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   Republic County Journal (Newspaper) - March 20, 1878, Scandia, Kansas                                luJj H Essentials ttt lfoBEBSelttials NUMBER VOLUME r Brjproclamation of the Spanish au thorities in all slaves who have served in the ranks of the insurgents in any capacity are to be given their free dom upon applying theproper au Another proclamation an nounces that Cuba will hereafter have a in the on Porto according to the population of the TrtB House Committee on Banking and Currency have authorized Repre sentative Phillips to reportfor his bill providing the of postal savings IOPXC8 REOEKT publications bi private letters Lwritten by around Washington for a dozen or more years seeking to secure from Con gress softie recognition of his claim to the New Idria quicksilver mine n Low er are attracting The of of Senators and Representatives are men tionedby having been the MpTents of stock in State of Virginia is The Auditor reports that there is but in the and that there is no way of increasing the all taxes being paid in coupons representing interest on the bonded debt of tne THE Treasury Department has issued a circular relative to the purchase of silver bullion for coinage to be delivered at the Mints at Philadel San Francisco and in quantities of not less than AFTEH full consideration and Consul tation with members of both See re decided in his on the ground that funds In quention were inrthe hands of detailed the defendant was therefore riot who has been giving materialization iii nW confeisett thTlnTpo1 practiced Jiy him tipou t3ie ex plained the trick by which he introdirood into Ms cabinet the persona whopersonated rlhe expresses for he Bolely for the salt e ot1 SAMUEL McCuARt Jowd one of the pioneerjjettlers of the is rj THE nominated ItobeYt Heywelasi ot TPiiwt Auditor of eral thousandshares 6f which wferetlis tribuled arounfd1 where it was thought they would do the mpst bill logg aid ofc and Pa cific Railroad Company proposes to give it the right through public farids between NewOr leans and the the Texas Pacific WVeimffient PnnfcmVofflce grant of the same riinrtbeVi of ttftetEnate houses of the retary of the Treasury has de termined that the first silver dollars to be issued will be used only in exchange at par for gold or for the pur chase of silver bullion at market He does not feel at liberty to use them to pay for current expenses until the amount coined is sxifilcient to furnish all alike without does he deem it expedient at present to exchange them for United States or to use them in payment of interest on the piibi lie debt until the amount coined is suf ficient to enable him to do so ly therefore they will at present used for the purchase of silver bullion at market The silver certificates will soon be ready for and are of the form of bank engraved in the best and printed on bank note fiber THE reports rendered by the insur ance companies of New York and Brook InBuranceDepartflaentofthe State of New York show that eight companies only have gained in the amount of their net surplus during the past and that only to the aggre gate amount of while 74 companies Save lost in their the amount aggregating ACCORDING to the Mark Lane the grain at Odessa arid Nicolaieff during the blockade of the Black Sea ports amounts to about 000 It is estimated that the loss to commerce by the blockade at Odessa alone has been from to THE business men of the Pacific are said to be almost unanimously op posed to the proposed abrogation of the trade which they claim has tained a firm footing in China and ated a demand which can not otherwise They are preferred by the Chinese to the Mexican and a suspension of their coinage would be to throw away the business and our pres tige as a silverproducing sections of public lands per mile as the Texas Pacific Company has been grant ed in the State of The bill also proyides for a declaration for feiture of the land grartt privileges heretofore conditionally con ferred by Congress upon the New Or Baton Rouge and Vicksburg it having failed to comply with the it i t f f THE Committee MjginB finally disposed of the income tax by agreeing to report a bill exempting all ufx levying a tax of 2 per tnat amount to 3 per thence to and 4 per for alLincomes in excess of that In the com putation of rents and air are Hb there during the late war to theTaifint JAMES for many years at died on the 2d aged A SPECIAL the Pope considering the expediency of appofnt Cardinal Archbishop of to a post In the the way for the appointment of on Archbishop ofJos6nYin with German recently discharg ed from the Interior shot him 37uhingfoii ori the THE Texas Greenback held at Houston on the adopted a plat form and appointed an Executive Committee to oaU apomiiijiting JPOLlTICAlJ THE Louisiana whose term expired was reconvened by the Governor for 15 PRESIDENT of Colonization has purchased a ves BcHn Boston with which he wilj transport u large number of negroes from Charleston to SHEHMAN says that at least to men inthe and declares at this moment there is almost absolute certainty of newied war with the ALL but two of House Committee on Indian 61 tbe Tn dlaYrBuretni Iromthe laterUr to the whose recently died in leavjng her a fortune of head of was formerly a saleswoman In the Siflger Sewing Machine Companys store in She is a accomplished who struck out West to better her and seems to have succeeded in her WAUE was worth from to THE London Court Journal revives the rumor that Lord Dufferin will sue leeded as GoveTrhorGentoil jf Qsttadalin September next by the Marquis of k AN autograph letter Grant Knoxville LATE STEW8 Tom a notorious adoj formdrTy bf arrest ed as the recently robbed fJic express car on the Texas CenTral The of the National mitterV Chefcsb and Associin was held at beginning on the J ftfarmer residing hear lowaj jive happily his wife and they agreed to separatehnUdiVide their On the morning of the who had skme time up her resi dence Ber former home to get her the She was accompanied by her 7year Tap New Hampshire State held on the resulted in the election of Prflsootitr for by from to THE House Judiciary CommiCtee will report against approving the special legislation of the Legislative Assembly of right of way across the Territory to the Southern Pacific on the ground that the Terri torial Legislature has grant This is reckoned as one point scored fqr Scotts Tjexas Pacific AMONG the Postmasters Decently oon S Petersburg Potts opposed by can on the ground that he a but his appointment finallly confirmed by Senate Committeeon Pacific recently gave a hearing to Spolfofd upon the to the completion ofs a Pacific roacl by the extension stoEl Paso of Harrishttrg andtJSan to cdhnectiylththe ern Pacific Railroad tEljug San Antopio Company da not ask for a land grant or for any indorsement of bnttbatareentraefc maybe au the War Departmeffcl shall make advances as the road shall not to exceed per these advances to be reimbnrsed to the Govern mcnt in military transportation anil postal of says that nothingcbuTd inducehim ever to become a candidate for President to Lee is to be erected at Richmond hy Joseph Milmore of The chief ornoiftent of will be a full lengtlj statueof Lee in bronzethe base will be made of and Virginia of the Southern Commissioner to enthusiastic tjie jrospeofi a display of bth an apparently cor dial Oil some pretext he put the little boy up JhaLscuttlehoie on to the and then deliberately in the hack of the killing her instant Ihen left the g6Ing to the The steamer Cityof of the was buried at Memphis on the morning of the She had arrived Louis about mldnigKTTuuI Bad oil riumbdr of passengers and a cargo of Threelives were of bf a Brown colored barber of the The origiiiK bf the flre and in ftveimlmUfts after at Was flames front8tenTto There have been several heavy fail in the provision trade of At two children named Wood widre and two others serSouHly biurned the with which the aged ligli on the Robert 12 and Charles pf the same quarreled over the posses jlon of a stick Of Patton threatened to ehnot McAdams if he did not divide with Aslho luttef gtill a pistol and shot McAdnms through Ihe killing hinvfilriiost The murderer but was Hubse ThenowdermHl at titling two Forty mbiers were kilLed by an ex plosion in Unity Brook HoJ on the llth Cliicago has been compelled to large ly rodiice its police and tire force on account of present lack of ftmdtmnil greatly reduced for future A colored family named hus wife anil were killed by a light ning stroke near on Ihtr night of the The Jail at Packens was captured by an armed mob on thp night of the and three illicit distillers confined therein were The Gov erjiment has authorized the Collector of tho district to enroll a posse ot citizens to aid iu therecapture of the prisoners bring thc malefactors The coinage of the new dollars meneod at the Philadelphia Mint on the Thp first struck were scM to the President and Secretary A liuinber of persons died fromex posure during the recent snowstorni in Wy oming ami of sheefi were The State Barilla of at Hot owned bytSumpterj Latta has into in conse quence of losses hy the great The House Committee on Railways ahd agreed to report a bill in Government control of Moines llapids milking it It is estimated cost ff Tnaine finance will be rfbont It iij propoaed to place the cana in charge of the War i on the Alder inan Nalle plunged a bowiciknife inU the lieart of Aldermau killing him in The difticultv originated during a the City wns uxv ate with copies of certain correspondence be tho ftrlflsh and American Govern incuts in to the appointment of a third Oominissioner nnder the twortty Uiinl urticlii of the Treaty of Washington Tho AlcolioHc Trafflo hill hy a vote of2 to the Introclxiced fttid Tho Diplomatic Appropriation liill was IlscuHKcd at lenpth in Gominittee of tho and an oveuiiiK session held for dehate only No hills of were Xispoaed In the on the the bill in aid of the Iolar expedition designed by James Uordon Henuctt passed unanimously with pTrt ThBHtraseWHtorHio relief of SurgeonGene taken up and passed with luit ono dis snntint Senator Senator Tei lor prciionteOjOpntition of Hohert Ingor of and In which they say gress now in fo for tbe ostcnnlbU purpose of sup thufc certain acts of Congress now in EUROPEAN platform in building Ihe new iron bridge over trhe way on pitating 13 men who were at work into the lylled outright and the remainder seriously j failure of a large hardware is an Ldabilities not fly explosion opagasoliHeftiaga zlne located under tho Postoflice at Harri K and Katie Amer were killed and nine other was fire sgrne MAKY WALgStl haFmMe foncrat on the Washington iPoIlce Duke Centered suit in a Sari ftourf property valued at tht includes Some of the finest residences JiLLEN died in Chica go lie presebd Assistant of taken to Washington in 1832 began his official cafoei as a page ABRAHAM ofthtflatePresidentLIrtCQlnjbM eluded life in an interior to GBAIJT and formally to the wjdow the Denver tral roads vere completely blockade Jhe opt ing level f tfA T pryt San had explosion opquwexl on the by which 17 miners lost their lives by being buried Austri the t rom went ashore H were The San Domingo revolutionises a injiln vrmtfiiiifyfartag tnanf pjriabners all their ariipery and animu A colored charged in stlgatlng a boy to get fire to a bam inghaljj wojf JKil and by a mobf Atlanta to L Av Archduke father Francis Joseph ot Austria President nominate THE Thomas C as Paymaster in the is op position among and the Senate Military Cdihttiftteebas nation for further THE suits against on account of deficit his iniBSlouei of IfreeUmeus huve been entirely down between thes Jives onswere more or I al assistance to the of food and irid borne other cities t r A mail car4 together With its entire burned on the Lake Shore Railroad on the morning of the train was the westwardbound and most of thejtorfil Was destmed for Farmers and Traders Bank of haasuspahded on account of tlie of certain parties connected with tbe The The coming Conference of the Powers probably be held at Berlin instead of X telegram dated says Kaouf Pasha and Ignatieft started for Hbbart Pasha will leave for Crete The vis Of the Grand Duke to the Sultan lias bjaeii abandoned for the report again current thivt the Austriabs are about to occupy and This is but it is tirfdfcistood that Austrian plenipotentiaties with the of llussia and bring the questionof the future positron ofthOSe provinces before the Areport comes fromConstantinople that Suleiman at the time of the signing oi the SVmtsticowaH the Command jsrinCliief of the Turkish has been as a punishment tor his part in tonspiracy to dethrone the Advices from said to be trust are to the effect the medans are greatly excited about the over hrovv of Serious trouble is appre ded unless the foverument takes some atittKlisstaTi action is believed that Moslem volunteers to serve against Russia could beraised without dif An Athens dispatch says the insur rection continues active Jn Epirus and outbreaks ih MaCcUoTiia are TheJournal At Petersburg de clares untenable the reported EngUxh de mand that all points of the treaty should he subinitteU ta the If Congress is in U subjects not ofVEtifopeah nhd Which toight Jead to jxolted but Itjfil mustbe set says The German Government will not Issue invitations to the difficulties about subjects be considered are Tlia general prospect is far frojn Germany will claim the Presidency by pre scriptivQ whether Bismarck attends or In the on the Senator Cook Iell to provide for the or feanitatiftnr a Kiwuf and for the of nel and improvement or navigatlbii Senator gent called up Tils joint resolntlotv in regard to Chinese and made a fieoh the tlie Defl ppv ApproprtattonbiH wasWrtheroonsid The Senate was nbim session on the as the ds roieVirofirifo tho Ways and The Pacific reoottxmend tlie passage of the bill for a through Souora to Topeloi obscene in the opin ion ot tho petitioners plain violations of the letter tend spirit of tho fnnrtnmontul prin ciples of our and are now being nuiiil lor I ho ijutpose of moral unrl reliprious and praying that such stat utes may The petition was re ferred to the on llnvision of On motion of Senator tlie bill reported by tho Committee on Judiciary in regaTrt to the Pacific Railroad sinking fund was taken and speecliort in favor of the bill were iniido bySenators Thuriuan and linviu of House spent the larger portion of rliedny in considering the Diplomatic Ajjiprppritttioii bill in Committee ot Iii tlie course of the Cox severely criticised a former speech t and charged upon tlie latter that ho in piirt 1or UK Kleetoral iinrt he I naturally dqsired toliavn tho result certlflBU as Tlie was washing wouldfiJise out the damned Jn the on the the Fortifica tion Appropriation bill was reported from Cmmittfeo and placod on tlie Sen ator KeJlogg introduced a bill to aid the New OrleansandPaclftc Railroad Company also to cDtabllsli a mint at New Hoth were SenatO Morgan from the C uuuiittoc on re ported a bill for the relief of book of the riacuil on It appropriates eorn for tUimage done to tUcii Nashville dnrinp the Pen utor member of tb suh iTiitted a minority signed by hims and of against Hie passage of the Senator Matthews failed up tlie motion submitted by him ycs tnrilay to refer the communication of tho yecretarj the Interior in regard to tim ber dejindntloiis to the Committee 01 1ublic and have it printed ifi tlie record Senator Matthews Hiiid he asked tu havo document printed tu record u a of as the dcpnrtincn It emanated had been jestorddy in the win had heretofore opposed tlie printing of the again spoke ut leugtf upon tJio BI arguing that the Btniopage of oho dollar per acre esacl from tho people of Montana was Senator Sargent also opposed the motion to and the subject was laid usido withoul nil Wost Point Appropriation bil was tFen and Senator Pad dock called up the Scjiate bill supplemental to an act in relation to the Hot Springs iu the State of It continues tlld commission appointed by that act to near eases untfl Vlio 1st of and pro vides that they shall receive a compen sation at tfie rate of per Sen ator Pprsey moved to amend the bill so as to continue the commission until Instead ot Agreed He also submitted an additional section nu thbriziug the superintendent of the roserva to the Hot Springs Moun tain Water giving to said company the right to construct a reservoiroil the Hot Springs Mountain to supply tho reservation with Agreed The hill was then read a third time and the the Diplomatic Appropriation billwas perfected and A AND DRIED and canned fruits and barrels of apples are important exports to Groat AN AtwellV TownshTp band of48 has been poison ing his wife of to whom he had been tvo years THE Papal palace of Castel he summer residence of the near A15anp4 a yUlagff 10 miles is to be restored the rccep tion of the new of lit his pipe in his carriage the other and shortly after found the vehicle on The whole concern way burned except the the ami tho run ning FOUR well known bon vivants of Bos ton had a dinner at Youngs the other night that cost There were 13 courses and six kinds of and it took the chef two days to prepare the A SON of Senator Withers of Virginia is the first victim of basebll this having been struck on the head with a bat slung by a player who was in a hurry to make receiving serious and probably fatal A BIOGRAFHER says of the late Pope that he was a great Ilw had a French table without pockets nt the when his health al lowed used to play two or three games every evening before going to Two Augusta aged 11 and stole nearly from their uncle a few days and each provid ing himself with a revolver and a bottle of started out to seek their for They were soon how and all but about TIIKY have the plague of wild geese iu some of tho California wheatprod tic ing It cost one Colusa rancher this year to keep the geese oft his and it costs the county in tho ag gregate more to fight than it docs to run the county A cifEKKFLL real estate sale was reg istered in New York a day or two Some gentlemen bought a tirstrate cemetery all in good running There is no style of tenement that has less troublesome tenants than a good and so probably these gen tlemen A BEN an engineer on the Fond du Lac narrow is one of the oldest railway engineers in the coun He ran the first train into A ago a young feline of the polecat species took possession of a small cellar adjoining Joseph near the Troy North Vir ginia Griggs speculated for sometime in what way he could get rid of varmint without having his supply of and po tatoes permeated Che pungent aroma peculiar to Accord he determined to make friends with the by way of con he passed up to the who was perched on one of the upper a savory portion of raw which was eagerly After feeding the animal in this manner for two or three he became so tame he would eat out of his hand without Yesterday Griggs carried a board into the with which he made a bridge from the shelf to his tempted by a choice morsel of boiled walked on to the in p Harlior GipUpt Californi f private VUls were j The Sonute not in session on the made a lengths speech ih reply to of A4 Jew days pceviousy The Consular Dipj lomatio Appropriation hill wus considered lu pomvnittoo oftho In the a large num jigaiust the taxon The I aSftiirfcM not JaaBNuwaUnir the eating all the while out of his entertain ers Griggs backed slowly out of the carrying along with him the board with its precious and drew a long breath of relief as he land ed the skunk safely on the ground out side the His young coming along just at proceeded to interview the little when lost was making for the the snow with his A CONTRACT has been made by an Anierieau fium with the Russian Gov for the construction of a Petersburg to a distance of 10 The canal will be 280 feet in WldtE 20 willadmit of ttye passage pf war wiljhiiva short distance of tbe Tfie firm has staged as a forfeit In case the contract In 1859 the first train out of Oshkosh Chi He boarded his first train in the Green Mountain and in this con tinuous has never killed a or JUDSON of swallowed an artificial set of teeth in a fat of The plate of containing lodged in the of was unable to extract and as a last forced it down the it must The man at last accounts is ble and has a fair chance to North that the famous standard of Moham mod is at the Museuni Of Artillery at It was formerly in the Mosque of Abou but Baron the Sardinian Am purchased it in of the guardian of the and sent it to King Charles It is of red with several verses from the Koran em broideied upon it in yellow The height is slightly oyer six and the width about six arid ajauarter J 1 A NEW YORK Herald man had rheu and in just onehalf an hour he learned that the following will it Iodide of ber raw baljed raw ginand tan1 Turkish a potato carried in the a horsechestnut carried the an eelskin tied around a suit of red hoLwateTt qo4 leni a trip a drv equable sulphui1 mustard and is ThV of the firm is nbvirdn bis Way Russia to make preparations for the on which is tobegin 1st of next Thecbmpany is allowed iintii1888 fo 66mf Wfe the Th suish Work in oom liierbiri1 andinUitarypolnt ol viewwas Jimonstratod during the Crljpiean A BBCTiQjf iiperiean ildin 82 feet has been apart fop the i cultural products iofithjB no t in eachVaief wfllbe ing aleadingstapleof gi   

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