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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - February 5, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota Established in 1857. Albert Lea Minnesota thursday february 5, 1880. Number 6. Business directory. A Parker attorney at office Corner of Broadway and College streets near the court Blouse Albert Lea Minn. Trieman Blackmer lawyer. Land for Albert Lea Minnesota. O1uos.n.ess, attorney at Law Cor. Clark Broadway Albert Lea Minn o o15ebt m. Palmer lawyer. Offlee Over Hedenstad s store Albert Lea Minn. I u. 8taux, attorney at Law Aad collecting agent office on Clark St., Albert Lea Minn Rpy Kek Whytock attorneys at Law opera Block Ibert Lea Minn. 7. A Lov Fili d. F. T Ovelt Morgan lawyers. Office Over wedge Spicer s drug store Albert Lea Minn. Physicians. 4 Nelson m. Physician and surgeon. A Runny Minn. 0. Trenkler homeopathic physician surgeon Albert Lea Minn. Office next door East of the National Blouse on Clark St. W. H. Smith . A conc m. O m1th Mccord physicians and surgeons. All Calls attended to by night or Day in cite or country. Office at Smith Mccord s drug store one door North of the Post office Albert Lea Minn. A. Dodge. Physician and surgeon. First door West of r. N. Parks store Jin in Street. Abb fort Minn. Dentists. A. H. Street dentist. Office Over trick store South of the Post of tace Merrill dentist. Office Over Spicer s drug store. 3iojyey stocks. A Ronet to loan on real estate Security. Approved notes and mortgages bought. Apply to a. H. Street. Office Over Brick store South of Post office. I by to loan a. M. Tyrer Bas a amount of Money to Oun at alow rate of iut Trest. Opera Blouse Block Albert Lea. Miscellaneous. S. Hopkins architect awl builder. Albert Lea a Mirin. Shop on the Corner of William Andino Itoh streets. Properly intended to. Ilm6 f. Nelson dealer in ready made and custom made boots Aud Sipots. Work done to order satisfaction guaranteed Broadnay 1st door North of Elliman s. Giva him a Call before purchasing else Bero t h. So oink the old City Dray line deals in hard and soft Coal Wood of All kinds and Blacksmith Coal. Yard near s. M. Depot. Wood sawed and delivered. Slate at Hewitt s. Farmers1 Trade solicited. T he Cit it Bank to Tallery Bros proprietors of City a Fiat line and dealers in hard and soft Coal Wood ice. St. Office at j. W. Smith s store. H. D. Blown. D. K. P. Hibbs. H. D. Bbown co., Lea 1 does a general banking business we have Fob Sale improved City property and farms. L h. Mcmillen has removed the old two doors kor i of n. D. Brown co a Bani Vith increased facilities for doing business he proposes to give better satisfaction Cash than Ever before. Fon hides Talcott Albert Lea ins., collection and real estate Ace Emcy. I buy and sell real estate Ori commission. Collections made in this and adjoining or coun ties it reasonable rates. Taxes paid for non residents. Abstracts furnished. Sell steam ship tickets to and from Europe on several lines. Foreign bought and sold on All principal european cities i represent the ii ill reliable and time tried companies Continental of new York. American of Philadelphia. Milwaukee mechanics of Milwaukee. German Freeport 111. Correspondence solicited. H o. Meat Market the old and favorite stand. Be door North of Palmer s Toro where May b found a full and Complete Stock of All kinds of meats which will to Eoll As cheap As the cheapest. The patronage of Tho Public is solicited every class of meat fish and poultry in in its season. A Brume proprietor Cash paid for hides tallow w. P. Sergeant dealer in All ii ids of lumber in lath Sasoji doors and material. Buys ail Sells foreign and Domestic drafts. Passage tickets to and from All Points of Europe. Jug firc insurance effected in the Best companies. Asp Alfoncy to loan on improved farms it Low interest and has for Sale on easy terms Blouse and lot in Block 23, Village of Albert Lea. Blouse and lot in Parker s addition. Lot 6x34 rods in Hall s addition. 134 acres of land in Freeborn 80 acres of land in Moscow Freeborn Certney. So acres of land in Dunbar Faribault county. 220 acres of Laud in Worth county Iowa. G. Gulbrandson Albert Lea. Newspaper Yard Oia Broadway a tort of Hau d livery Stablo Branch. Yards hip Juffy a a. Wicks at Woodside j. Jonsen at. Patios wishing lumber will to Well to Call at Ost convenient of my Marcta my fact Lillei for ing it unsurpassed Aud my assortment Tho most con handling it unsure always Complete. I am always ready to c1h bar gaffes w. P. Sergeant. Rough on Reno. Bis lj.1ilk Jis Javadk at fort causes this disgrace. Sentenced to dismissal by the Gen. Sherman using ills influence in favor of simple Alliance of Germany until France in the Panama canal project against the United of Secretary Sherman reference to permanent and indefinite Tant action of the House committee on invalid of the nominations for census supervisors favourably reported House proceedings miscellaneous. Major Reno. Sentence of dismissal. Washington Jan. No official confirmation can to obtained As yet of the Story that the court which Baa been investigating the charges against maj. Lleno have recommended Bis dismissal the accuracy of this report is generally conceded and it is further stated however that Gen. Sherman favors a Milder Curfie and will recommend thit maj. Reno to suspended for one year. To be sold for the Benefit of the blot Indianapolis Jan. Decree was is sned in the United states circuit Cote t to Day ordering the Sale of the right of Way and real estate belonging to the Indiana Southern railway. Cue suit was brought by the Liverpool London Globe insurance company which corporation had become possessors of the mortgage Bonds of the Southern railway to the amount of 000. Samuel j. Tilden was one of the trus tees by whom the original loan of 000 was made for the building of the proposed Road. The decree protects the rights of the fort Wayne Minoie and Cincinnati companies each of which have built their line Over a portion of the route of the in Diana Southern. We Haye if on trustworthy authority that one Fulton Market Butcher gives a Blue Pill Gratis with every Pound and a half of Turkey he Sells. This the grand utilitarian blossoming or the Chromo api Kook nations sheilman to Davis. Washington Jan. Following letter of the Secretary of the Treasury in regard to the repeal of certain permanent and indefinite appropriations bos been addressed to Hou. H. G. Davis chairman of the Senate committee on sin Liefer ring to Senate Bill number 866, for the repeal certain Laws relating to the permanent and indefinite appropriations recently submitted for the expression of nay views regarding its provisions and for a state ment appropriations which will be affected thereby i have the Boner to state that while the system of annual appropriations which gives to Congress proper supervision of All appropriations and expenditures is undoubtedly Correct its general adoption should not been forced without allowing sufficient time for to proper consideration of the estimates of amounts required to place appropriations to be repealed especially As the estimates of the various department 1 fur year have been a Rem v submitted to Congress Ana in reported upon by the committee having them in charge. In View also of the inconvenience not in harassment that fora time attend this change of system i would respectfully re commend that the Date of repeal be Cli aged to take effect on and after june which it is believed is As Early a Date is be wisc to adopt for the repeal of so Large u class of appropriations. The following form of Bill which provides for the disposition of such bal ances As remain to the credit of these appropriations at the expiration the period of limitation is believed to cover More fully nil Points at than the one already introduced and it is respectfully suggested it be substituted therefor Viz a Bill to repeal certain Laws relating to the permanent and indefinite appropriations be it enacted Etc that All Laws heretofore made for the appropriation of moneys from the general Treasury for p remanent specific and per manent indefinite objects except so far As they provide appropriations for the finking fund for the payment of interest Premium or the principal of the Public debt or of Bonds is sued to the Pacific Railroad companies for expenses pertaining to refunding the Uati anal debt not exceeding one half of one per centum of the Bonds authorized by the acts of july h. 1870, january 20, 1s7j, and january 14, 1875, be and the same Are hereby repealed to take effect from and after Juneau provided that nothing in this act shall be construed to interfere with the present require ments of the Law in relation to the payment of annuities to indians or of any moneys received and held in the nature of a Trust for a specific purpose or for excess of duties or taxes paid into the Treasury. And provided further that payment of expenditures which May be properly incurred within one year prior to june 30, 1ss1. Under any of the appropriations affected by this act Ray be made at any time within me year after Tibuc Date. At Ibe expiration which time any Balanov remaining unexpended of such appropriations shall he carried to the surplus fund. 8ection2. Lie it further enacted that All appropriations hereafter to be made shall re main available for two years i or the payment of expenditures properly incurred within the time for which they Are appropriated except appropriations for the construction of nub he Rivers and harbours lighthouses and forts which shall remain available for a like purpose a period of four years at the expiration of which periods or balances of appropriations which Stallb have been upon the books of the Treasury for such periods of two and four years respectively shall be carried to the surplus fund and with the exception of appropriations Lor the Public debt. The limitations herein placed upon a expenditures shall apply to All approx nations now upon the books of the Treasury. Sep. 4. And be further it enacted that it shall be the duty the Heads the Suverna departments of the government to include in their annual estimates to Congress estimates of the amounts required for expenditure under the appropriations affected by this act for ser vices for the fiscal year 1ss2, and annually thereafter. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted. That All Laws or parts of Laws inconsistent with the pro visions of this act to and the same Are Brieby repealed. Accompanying the letter a a Long schedule of appropriations which will be affected by the proposed Bill As Well As those excepted from its operations. T1ijb totes. Nov. Pitun s Points. Washington Jan Pitkin of col Orado to Day resumed his testimony before the House committee on Indian affairs. He re lated incidents of his interviews with Jack and other indians going to show Ouray had gradually lost his influence Over the younger does and that a feeling of disaffection and the War spirit had for some time past been gaining Ascendancy with them. He said some of the scouts Hud previous to the Thornburgh fight been warned that the indians would attack the troops at or near Bear River and that the Gen eral opinion among the people of Colorado that the outbreak was premeditated. Forty Sixl h Congress. Second session the Bouse. Ship canal. A Aarao ios Jan. Orth offered a Resolution instructing the committee on rail ways ant canals to inquire into the expediency of providing for a Survey to ascertain the practicability of constricting a ship canal from Toledo Ohio to the navigable Waters of Tho Wabash River at or near Lafayette ind. Referred. Or. So Ellabarger introduced a Bill directing the commissioner of agriculture to attend in person or by Deputy the International sheep and Wool show to be held a Philadelphia sep Ter be next. Referred. Personal explanation. Or. Acklin Rose to a personal explanation and Lead extracts from the Detroit Post and new York Jef Eralte charging him with having during the absence from the House of members of the committee on foreign affairs of which committee he was not a member made a report purporting to be the report of that committee on the nicaraguan claims Bill which was referred to the committee of the Arbole. He claimed that this was a perversion of facts and asked the committee on fore Iii affairs to examine As to the truth or falsity of the charges. His request was granted. Naval const Hucom it esd. Or. Harris from the committee on naval affairs reported it Bill providing a permanent construction fond for the Navy. A inferred to the committee of the whole. Or. Valentine asked leave to offer a Resolution instructing the appropriation committee to report the Post office deficiency Hill with exception of the items of the Star service by the 5th of february. Or Blackburn objected. Or. Buckner introduced a Bill reducing the expenses of the government in lighting Public buildings. Referred. Caprios Cox orb. The speaker proceeded to Call committees for reports of a private nature. Or. Knott chairman of the committee on judiciary reported a Bill removing to b political disabilities of we. 13. Talliferro Virginia. Or. Conger opposed the Bill on the ground that in his petition the Petitioner referred to the late War As he War Between the Southern states and the United states instead of the re Bellion. The speaker said that the tone of the Peti Tion did t exhibit any disposition on the part of the Petitioner to be hypocritical. It was in the usual form. The chair was always on the Side of the pensioners and in favor relieving disabilities. Or. Don t rank pensioners and who ask amnesty in the same clash. The chair would erect them All to full citizenship and those who have suffered he would have pensioned. The Bill was finally passed. 172, nays 53, a number of lie publicans voting with the democrats in the affirmative. Or. Conger objected to the passage of a Bill removing the political Dishi Listii s of John Owens of Virginia and Demandel the yeas and nays pending which the morn no hour expired. On motion of or. Hunter these Date Amend j ment to House Bill making an appropriation for tilling up Anil draining the grounds South i of the Capitol grounds was concurred in. I Sivate cl.uj1s. The House then went into committee or the whole or. Mitchell in the chair on the Pri vate Calendar. The first Bill on Calendar was for the Relief of certain citizens of by neb Burg vu., and refunding to them taxes on pro perty1 collected from them on manufactured to Bacco. The Bill involved ind was de bated at length and Laid aside to be favourably reported. The committee then ruse and the House adjourned. The Senate with a recommendation for confirmation. But at the same time several Mcmo cratic members of the committee took the ground that half the census supervisors throughout the whole country ought to be selected from the democratic party and they therefore reserved the right to disregard to Day s action of the committee when the Nomi nations came up for consideration in Tho sen ate. The indications Are that a Strong move ment will be made in the Senate to have up All census nominees for the present with a View to forcing an equal division of these appoint ments Between the two great political parties. Starving celts. Sorrowful tales from sub Esi Jerald Isle. Alarming increase of suffering in the coast institution rapidly assuming the proportions of three deaths reported from starvation Appeal for Aid from the dub Lin inns Lou Ilelle address to the people of the United states Ivy the new York Lon by ills holiness the Huneeus. I Agama canal. Washington Jan. Fact that France and Germany have formed an Alliance for the purpose of the construction under european auspices of a ship canal Over the isthmus of Panama have come to the knowledge of Secre tary Evans and be has had an interview with Captain Eads of jetty lame with the View of commencing the Dock system of crossing the islam i. His object is to commence in and Vance foreign Powers so that if trouble be tween this and european nations grows ont of the matter the United states May be on the defensive instead of the offensive As would be the Case if our opponents began first. I May add that a of gentleman of new York who is advised of the reported foreign Alliance a letter from a european source Bays that there is a great probability of foreign War with the United states within the next six months. Gesual capital news. Public Eui Luigs. Washington. Jan House committee on Public buildings and grounds agreed to Day to report favourably on several Bills providing for appropriations for Public buildings at the following places fur Public build Ings at fad Usab ky., one half the appropriation to be expended the first your and for a Public building at Quincy 111., to be expended the fir it year. Fax Tjing. Secretary a Barman was before the Senate finance committee to Day in response to their invitation for an Oral of Bis views on funding and other Point. The Secretary s remark0, Tudic from the repetition of his Well known in regard to Iii Diug were for the most part simply no exegesis of Halo last report and of the accompanying finance exhibits for the j end 1 i to. The con Ference was not concluded to Day and the Secretary will appear before the committee next week. Invalid the Blouse committee on invalid pensions on motion cof or. Caldwell Nna Nir Sously agreed to Day to the Follon ii to Resolution to govern rouser aeration by the committee of in valid pensions Tab All pension claims it an in valid churn to a be be posted to Date from Dis Barue where disability was incurred Previ Ous to discharge and where disability was in Cui red in Heij Nen t to discharge from be rime of. Disability and All Peu Sious shall Date from tie Thomil t. A widows pens Iees where the husband Hud Bun a pensioner shall Date from the death of the Hus band and where the husband had not been a pensioner from the Dratte of debility. Sugar Al. The bearing the sugar question wai3 continued this morning by the committee of ways and Means. Henry a. Brown sex Treasury agent concluded his statement with experiments and showing Grade of. Sugar 2an be Artilio ally coloured so As to make it represent u Low Grade under the dutch Standard. On being issued by Garfield what course be would recommend the com Mittee to adopt be said he would recommend the committee to allow the present Tariff on sugar to remain As it is. Dutch Standard and All and to add to the Power if the Secretary of the Treasury authority to employ polarization a bib discovers immediately the Crystal Zable strength and consequent mail Cefic value of sugar and also to employ when he saw fit analysis in order to detect other ingredients. Or. French assistant Secretary of the trea sury then appeared before the committee and gave the reasons which caused the Secretary to Issue the orders in regard to the appraisement of sugar so much complained of by importers and claimed that the effect of the orders had been very favourable to the Revenue. Census supfrv1sobs. The Senate committee on census met to Day and received reports from several sub commit tees on nominations of census supervisors. The appointments for Maine new Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts and Rhode Island were reported Back favourably from the sub committee and so were All those for the West Ern states except three for Illinois one for Iowa and one for off Lessee which Are held by the sub committees for further inquiry. Sen Ator Kernan who has charge of the nominations for new York new Jersey Pennsylvania Delaware and Maryland did t report on them to Day nor were any of the Southern appoint inputs reported upon. It agreed by the committee that All nominations reported from the sub committees to Day in regard to none of which there is any question pee onal fitness of. The nominee shall be immediately reported Back to new Yoek Jan. O Goren in Secretary of the Irish Relief committee of new York received a Cable dispatch from Edward Dwyer Grey lord mayor of Dublin and chairman of the mansion Monse Relief committee Dublin stating that the distress in the West of Ireland is rapidly increasing and assuming calamitous proportions. Or. O Gorman said this evening that he was daily in receipt of information from Ireland All to the effect that the destitution in Connaught and Northwest and Southwest and the Island iving off these parts iras rapidly approach ing dimensions far exceeding the worst fears of the people. In some districts the distress had almost taken the character of a famine and the gravest Tara Are entertained for the Spring and Early Sammer. He will to Morrow Send to the mansion House committee which will make Al ready sent by this committee. Addi1ess to the people. Yoek Jan. Irish Relief com Mittee of this City have issued an address to the people of the United states urgently re questing speedy contributions for thai distressed of Ireland. After reciting the mis Erable condition of the people in Many districts the address says that the Dublin mansion booze committee seems to fill All the conditions required for a Wise and in mane disposal of any funds placed in their hands. In the list of persons Active in its organization we find Catholic and protestant archbishops Aud Bishops the Moderator of the general Assembly of the presbyterian Church members of parliament of various political parties and Many gentlemen prominent in professional and mercantile life of distinguished reputation for liberality and Well applied Benevo Lence. Subscriptions to the Irish Relief fund will be received by the treasurer Henry l. Hoguet at the Emigrant Industrial Sav Ings Bank 51 Chambers Street. Reply. To lord sub Cfofield Jan. Speaking in the City to night referring to lord Al Fred Churchill s Cable said this Young Nobleman says that my statement that the Relief fund of the Duchess of Marlborough is being administered for political purposes is false. Now i have the Best and most re cent information from to distressed districts that my statement is absolute in True and that All persons ont of favor with their landlords Are precluded from participation. More than one Parish priest also has already complained that the fund is being administered for sectarian purposes. The word of a descendant of one of the band of to notorious Sarah Jennings mis Tress of the Date of York and on the other hand of Churchill first like of Marlboro our of whom it Mcaulay writes As follows that he Bis Rise to Bis sister s Dis Honor and that he had been kept by the most profuse in Periong nud shameless of will he scanned somewhat closely by the american people who at least can b on to that their ancestors were honest men and women. Adverting to the mansion Bonso commit apart from the Hierarchy there was not n single member of it who possessed the Coit Leuce or respect of the Irish people. Varnell also spoke a second time to night at Llo Yoke to Tho some effect the proceeds of both meetings amounted to Sioux Citi moves. Sioux City Iowa Jan. Hundred and Twenty two dollars was raised by a meet ing of inight to with the Irish tenants. Deaths from starvation. London Jan. Were three deaths this week from starvation near Parson town county month Ireland. Called to acct it. Jan. The Organ of the papal Nuncio Here referring to Tho mis Sion of Parnell to the United states says by the work of the protestants Catholic ire land Calls protestant to account. Whoever outrages Justice paves the Way for terrible expiation. Toe Pope s. Kome. Jan. Holiness the Pope has sent 10.000 francs for Relief of the Dis Tress in Ireland. Tie situation in Maine. Augusta Jan. The House to Day resolutions were introduced extending grate Ful acknowledgements to the Senate and House of representatives of Wisconsin for their appreciation of the Gravity and import Ance of events not Only to ourselves but to the whole country through which the peo ple of this state Hove just passed. Several additional of unionists took their seats in the House and there were but four empty chairs at the senatorial Board. The Auburn Light infantry departed this morning. There is no military or extraordinary police Force at the state House now. Dudley Buck supposed the Man. Cincinnati Jon. Prize offered by the College of re miso for the Best work by an american be performed at the festival next May has been awarded to a composition based on scenes from Longfellow s Golden the name of the composer is not to be made known until the composition is performed but is opposed to be Dudley Buck of Boston. The composition is one hour in length and is for a Borns and orchestra. A fatal scratch. A woman s death jfbo3t Hydro 3irs. 0 terrible physicians fighting the by but without features not before noticed la cases of tills kind. European events. General Afan political old would Kobs Philadelphia time Jan. 23. A Case of hydrophobia ending fatally yesterday is remarkable for to presence of a number of features and the absence of others which the attendant physicians say have Seldom if Ever before Home under their notice. Mrs. Mar the victim was a widow who since her husband s death some years ago carried on the business of the Beer Saloon no. 014 North fourth Street being assisted by her son a Young ratau. She had one remarkable Hobby that nil the neighbors talked fondness for raising poodles of which she had had five in the House for some time. She had also a habit of picking no Home less or injured Little dogs wherever she fond them taking them Boise and caring for them until they were restored to health and plumpness when she would seek some neighbor Desir Ous of adopting a House dog. Between six and eight weeks could not remember the Date and All efforts to ascertain it exactly have been was attracted one evening to the sidewalk by the yelping of two poodles that she had let out to play. She saw a strange Little dog trying As she thought to Hurt one of the poodles and upon her stooping to pick up and carry away her pets the wicked Little stranger snapped at her and left the Marks of his Teeth of the Back of her right hand just above the forefinger. The wound bled slightly but she regarded it As a Mere scratch requiring no attention More than the application of a lotion that be got at the drugstore just opposite her House. Be supposed that the dog belonged to a neigh Bor and never thought that it might have been mad. Whether the dog was mad or not the doctors and friends have been unable to ascertain and All efforts to identify the animal have been. The fatal scratch. Attending to her duties As usual she seemed perfectly Well until tuesday of last week when after ironing a lot of clothes she complained of unusual weariness and particularly of a Sharp shooting pain in the right Arm. Next Day she Faltas Well As Ever but on thursday the feeling of tiresome Ness by pains in both arms and something like intercostal neuralgia. Or. James Collins of 53c Marshall at her Call and she told him she thought she had rheumatism. He prescribed some thing that eased her and not suspecting hydrophobia he supposed that she Wes All right again. Being called on saturday he observed Peculiar conditions. Crossing the Street to or. Lawson a the druggist or Collins remarked that it seemed like a Case of hydrophobia. The druggist recalled the dog bite and if or. Collins had doubted be fore he was now convinced. He Learned that on the previous evening she had Corae to or. Lawson fora drink of lemonade and he observed that she swallowed it with seeming aversion and difficulty. Sven the doctor returned to the House and brought water in sight of the woman she showed alarming great dread of something and extreme restlessness and irritability. These continuing she was taken by the doctor s advice to the German Hospital but there she showed such suspicion of everybody s motives and became so uncontrollable in her spasmodic actions that three hours had to be brought borne again. Or. Collins now called upon or. Charles As. Milles for assistance and the two after talking Over the matter with or. F. H. Gross or. E. Santee and or. Charles Turnbull decided upon a course of treat ment to Winch they ascribe the subsequent a Feuce in this Case of that violent convulsive action which in other victims of hydrophobia has necessitated holding by several Strong uie ii or tying fast to a bed. Fighting tile the principal remedy used was n Fulp Hata of the South american Indian War Arrow Poison called curare or woo Rara. Among Otter palliative agents employed were j Ca Zipor and opium. The doctors desired to paralyse to a cer Tain extent Obj Muscles that produce spasm. I the sulphate called Curaro or woo Rara was administered in a filtered j solution each injection containing a Niall i fraction of a Grain of the Poison. On sat urday night when be was quiet and perfectly conscious reference by ing made to the dog. Be said be dial not believe that he was Rund. Then is sb.3 complained of thirst water was brought and placed in her band whereupon she exclaimed Shodder ugly of i can t dropping the Glass she 0011 Tenud spasmodically of my heart would Stop. It would kill she took a Little ice in her month however which relic mud her but next Day be could not look even at the Frozen water. Her drink was on Santiny morning when with great exertion she swallowed some milk punch. Tai Only time when she would Touli food alter i n Day was of monday afternoon. Her condition seemed better then and she eagerly ate considerable meat potatoes and i Binge. After that be steadily grew worse her men Tal distress and her evident buffering from thirst being Bard to picture. She would not believe that so and Hydro phobia or that the dog was mad. The dog she said to or. Collins was nothing and if Yon understood the Case i d ret she was suspicious of everybody especially towards the last when her breathing became very rapid and heavy and the temperature of her Junly extremely High while a Frothy vis Cid fluid came from her month in such quantities As to necessitate constant changing of clothing towels and other articles. In one of the spasms on sunday her terror was increased by imagining that a hair was growing on the tip of her Tongue. Be cried to those about her to Pluck it out. Although suffering in tense agony with the symptoms described or. Collins says that the spasms were con trolled to n great extent by the medical treat ment. Although Eon scions until about three hours before her death which came front exhaustion at half past five o clock yesterday morning she would listen to no reasoning and was extremely whimsical. A late As monday evening she desired to know whether one doctor was not sufficient. Compared with other deaths from hydrophobia hers was an easy one. I Al but issued. A Patent was signed and delivered to Day to the new Idria mining company for the Pantcho Grande quicksilver mine in California. The application of the new Idria company had been amended so an to conform with Secretary Schurz s opinion published july last. Tic Pope s health emitting of a French explorer in Felc wrestling with an attack of the to increase us military strength in increase of infectious diseases in St. You the Pope. Home Jan. 30. The Pope s health is causing anxiety. He suffers from fits of shivering and great prostration but persists in his usual occupation. Norms of the it Joe Damp London Jan. 30. By the fire Damp explosion in the Colliery at Metesser Saxony yesterday ten miners were killed and nine injured. Nine persons in the pit at the time of the explosion were unaccounted for. French politics. London Jan. 30. A dispatch from Paris says a coalition of the moderate be Pabli cans with the conservatives yesterday elected Leon say to the presidency of the Senate finance committee Over Calmon vice pres ident regular Republican candidate. Tee abut. London Jan. 30 the strength of the German army on a peace footing As shown by the military budget of 18so-81, is officers and men. This does not in clude the projected increase which the Cologne of Anzette says is chiefly destined to reinforce Alsace Lorraine Garrison. The new Field artillery regiment is to be stationed at Metz and the heavy artillery is to be divided among the fortresses of Alsace Lor Raine. Geb3iaxt and the Vatican. London Jan. 30. A dispatch from Rome Days telegrams received Here state Prince Bismarck and the German Crown Hayfi agreed that it is advisable to reestablish Harmony Between the Koman Church and Germany. It is not yet known whether Prince Frederick William will visit the Pope. Los Dok Jan. 29. A Berlin dispatch says the budget of ministry of Public worship will come up for discussion next week in the prussian diet. It is generally believed Bismarck will take this Opportunity of giving an explanation upon the Church question. Negotiations with the Vatican have arrived at such critical Points that the help of the diet must be called in. The news that a concordat will shortly be concluded is judged hero to be false. There is How Ever no doubt that the minister of Public worship will soon Jay before the prussian diet Bills amending the May Laws but it is thought that no question of restoring to the Church her foreign Independence will be raised. Concessions granted. The Vatican has sent dispatches to St. Petersburg through the papal Luneita at Vienna authorizing Bishops in Russia to adopt certain provisional Rales embodying concessions which it is hoped will facilitate a settlement of More important questions. Poetics. London Jan. 30. A Paris dispatch announces the Senate rejected two reactionary amendments to the educational Bill but the votes were close being 143 to 135, and 147 to 129. In the division in the chamber of deputies on the question of favouring Politi Cal clubs the minority consisted of 7-1 conservatives and 100 members of the advanced and extreme left. This is additional proof that the Cabinet cannot rely upon the sup port of More than half the advanced left. Eight conservatives and 248 republicans formed Tho majority. Infectious diseases. Or. Petee Subo Jan. 30. The increase of infections diseases in St. Petersburg is exciting some apprehension. The mortality from that cause for the week ending Jan. 17th being 19 per cent of the whole mor Tahti or twice is great As usual. Commuted. In the Case of adjutant Baronoff who was pc Aien ced by court martial to be dismissed irom the service for using insulting language in reference to the minister of the Marine the Czar has ordered that he be placed on half pay instead of being dismissed. It is probable that be will receive Tho command of one of Tho cruisers in the Pacific. London Jan. Go. John Locke the Liberal Tuo Niber of parliament for Southwark is dead nge very lick. Father Oakley Catholic writer of religious subjects is dead bed 78. Flow exc Jan. 30. Bruneteau a notorious colonel under Ibe pans commune died in this City. Paris Jan. 30. Intelligence has been received that Abbie de Buell in attempting to Cross Africa died at Ujiki. Youtt. London Jan. 30. Beaconsfield is suffering from a attack of the gout. London Jan. 30. To deliveries of sugar Here keeps in excess of the weekly sales. Stock in Tho United kingdom although 000 tons above that of last year is tons less than that of 1878. Madied Jan. 30. The Senate by a vote of 150 to approved the articles of the Sabaii slavery abolition Bill As modified by to mixed committee of senators and deputies. Orr Sitz Jan. 30. Tho Largo spinning manufactory Here burned throwing persons out of employment. Londona. 30. A bar Liri correspond ent reports a the government Cannon foundry such Large orders have been received that a number of fresh hands been engaged and All Are working extra time. Vienna Jan. 80. It to reported the Oza Rovitch recently remarked to some polish magnates i shall by proud to Wear your glorious Crown. Communicate this to your countrymen and assure Tern of the favor of their future muss a Ulieru. Chicago Jan. Frances e. Wil Ted has resigned the presidency of Tho women s Christian Union of this state and will go to now York to devote her time to the National w. C. T. U., of which she is presi Dent. De Atli of a Riv vols Hauler. New Yolk Jan. Brown a member of the firm of Brown. Brothers Well known Bankers died to Day age 79

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