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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. Attorney at Law office Corner of Broadway and Coll ego streets near the court House Albert Lea Minn. Tje Ivan lawyer. Land for Sale Albert Lea Minnesota. F moan Ess attorney at Laid Cor. Clark Broadway Albert Lea Minn t oi3ebt m. Palm Jek lawyer. Office Over Hedenstad s store Albert Lea Minn up u. B i Aux attorney at Law and collecting agent. Office on Clark St., Albert Lea Minn. Dec w1lytock, attorneys at Law opera Block m bros., proprietors of City Deay line a incl dealers in hard and soft Coal ice St. Office at j. A. Smith s store. D. D. Brown. D. K. P. I Bjes. K d. Blown co., Albert Lea does a general banking business. We have Fob Sale improved Citty in and f l h. Mcmillen has removed the of Albert Lea Minn. I. A Lovunia o. F. Mono adj. T Ovelt Morgan lawyers. Ollice Over 5c Spicer s drug store. Albert Lea Minn. Physicians. T Nelson m. A physician and surgeon. Liar Lemd Minn. _ two doors of u. D. Brown co a Bock title increased facilities for doing business he propoae-3 to give better satisfaction than Ever Leforc. Cash pain fou Irron tallow Joe. Re Albert Lea ins., collection and Rea estate Hough on Reno. His Little at fort Meads causes a fits disgrace. Sentenced to dismissal by Tho Sli Ormin using Iii Luence in Tavor of simple Alliance of Germany Piid Itri Ince in Tho i Amir a canal i project against Ilie United of Secretary Sherman Liefer Cut e to per Anent and Lutfe finite Tant action of tie House committee on invalid of the nominations for census favourably House miscellaneous. Major Texo. Sentence of dismissal. Washington Jan. No official confirmation can be obtained As yet of the Story that the court which hah been investigating the charges maj. Heno have recommended his dismissal the accuracy of this Repert is generally conceded Aad it is further stated Uroil scially hem Over that Gen. Sherman favors 11 Milder course and will recommend that Ilij. Heno be suspended for one year. Homeopathic physician surgeon Albert Lea Minn. Julice next door exist of the National Youso on Clark St. Ii. Smith a k. Mccour u o m1th Mccord i physicians and surgeons. All Calls attended to night or Day in City or country. Voice sit Smith Mccord s Etorce one door North of the Post Ottyce Albert Lea Minn. M. Dodge m. D. Physician and surgeon. I first door West of r. N. Parks store Street. Abort Lea Minn i buy and sell real estate on commission. Collections made in this and adjoining coun ties at reasonable Rutes. Taxes paid for non residents. Abstracts. Sell steam ship tickets to and from Europe on first Len s lines. Foreign Emeha Tirfe bought and sold on All principal european cities i represent the following reliable und time tried Continental of Verk. A Max of Philadelphia. Milwaukee mechanics of Milwaukee. I German. I of Recurt 111. Correspondence solicited. I h 0. Haukness As Cut. I City meat Market the old and dentists. A. Ii. Street Dent Jet. Office Over Brick store South of the Post office c. Merrill dentist. Office Over Spicer s drug store. -1ioxey and stocks. Favorite stand. A door North of Palmer s Toro where May b four ice a full and Complete Stock of All kinds of Wilch a Fol to Eoll As cheap As the cheapest. Ilic patronage of Tho Public a respectfully solicited. To loan of r estate Security. Approx Cal Kotos and Bour it. Apply to i a. H. Street. J office Over Brink store South of Post office. J every class of meat Fisli and poultry in in us Benson. J a a bad Edih proprietor i Cash paid for tildes tallow pc. J w. P. Bemeant Rea or in Al. Linde of Lum u Oney to loan. A. M. Tyrer has a Lurice amount of Money to i ,.Iii it alow rate of Intel cat. Opera House Hock Albert Lea. Miscellaneous and Vav i. Architect Ami builder. Ali Icart Lea Minn. Shop on the Corner of William and Newton 5 rce is. Nork p pc Ray Utt Cudtud to. Has f. Dealer in read Mufide and custom made boots Ami shoes. Done to order satisfaction Guarco Teekel Broadway 1st Cleor North of Elmun s. Giva him a Call before purchasing elsewhere. To h. Squirek tie old City Dray line deals in have and soft Coal Wood of Al kinds and Blacksmith Coal. Yard near s. M. Depot. Wood sawed and delivered. Slate at Hewitt s. Farmers Trade solicited. Or Iii City buys awl Sells foreign and Domestic drafts. Passage tickets to and from All Points of insurance effected in the Best companies. Of Money to loan on improved farms at Low interest and has for Sale on easy terms House and lot in Block 20, Village of Albert Lea. House and lot in Parker s addition. Lot 0x34 rods in Hall s addition. 134 acres of land in Hay Ward Freedom 80 acres of land in Moscow Freeborn is unto. So acres of land in Denbur Faribault county. Acres of Laud in Worth county Iowa. G. Gulf Kardson Albert Lea. Y Ned on. Korth of Lively stable. Ebru Vieli it arcs a a. Wicks at. Woodside a mom at. Of wishing lumber will do Well to Call at the Roost convenient of my Yard i As my fact Utica for handling it Are unsurpassed Natl my assortment always Complete. I am always read to a. P. Seb Gekht. To lie sold for the Benefit of tie Mort Gage. Indianapolis Jan. A decree was is aned in the United states circuit co Tut to Day ordering the Sale of Tho right of Way and real estate belonging to the Indiana Southern railway. The 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 Mancie and Cincinnati companies each of which have built their line Over a portion of the route of the in Diana Southern. Have it on trustworthy authority that one Well known Fulton Market Butcher gives a Blue Pill Gratis with every Pound and a half of Turkey he Sells. This the grand utilitarian blossoming Chromo shek.1ian to Washington Jan. Fei Llvine letter of the Secretary of the Treasury in regard to the repeal of certain permanent and indefinite appropriations has been addressed to Hon. H. G. Davis chairman of the Senate on twin Lle Ferring to Senate Bill number 860, for the repeal certain Lawa relating to the permanent Anel indefinite appropriations recently submitted for the expression of Juv views regarding its provisions and for a state ment of appropriations which will he affected thereby i have the Bour to state that while the system of annual appropriations which Given to Congress proper supervision of All appropriations and expenditures is undoubtedly Correct its general adoption should not been forced without allowing in Ficie it time for a proper consideration of the estimate s of amounts required to Picu appropriations to be repealed especially As the estimates of the various department fur next year have been v submitted to Congro is Ana in ruses reported j upon tar the committee buying them in Cherye. I in View also of the nut in. J banishment that would for to Lime attend this change of system i would respectfully r. Commend that the Date of Roopal to clanged to take effect on and after Juno. 1ssi, which u i is believed is As Early n Dute is would be Wise to adopt Feir the repeal of so Large u claim of appropriations. The Tol Louisi form of Bill which provides for the disposition of such bal ances a a May remain to the credit of these appropriations at the expiration the period of limitation is believed to cover More fully nil Points at Iosue than the one already introduced and it is respectfully suggested in 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 Mode for the appropriation of moneys from the general Treasury for p remanent specific and per manent indefinite objects except to far As they provide appropriations for the finking fund for the payment of interest Premium or the j principal o f the Public debt or of Bonds is sued to the Pacific Railroad companies for expenses pertaining to refunding the National j of tit not exceeding one half of one per centum of the Bonds authorized by the acts of july 14. 1s70, january 20, ib71, acid january 1-1, 1875, be and the same Are hereby repealed to take effect from and after june 30. I Al. Provided that nothing in Tia act shall be construed to interfere with the present require meets of the Law in relation to to j payment of annuities Tei indians or of any moneys received and held in the nature of u Trust for n specific j purpose or for excess of duties or taxis panel into the Treasury. And provided further that payment of cd j pen Liture which May be properly incurred within one year prior to june 30, Ivel under any of the appropriations of cried by this net May be made at Uny time within Inu year after Thiec Date at the expiration of which Lime any Bubin n nunning unexpended Mil a approx Hall be l Arri cd to i be surplus f und Section 2. Beit further enact d that nil appropriations hereafter to be made Hhall re j main available for two years for the payment of expenditures properly incurred within the time for which they Are appropriated except appropriations for the construction of us bbl buildings Rivers and harbours lighthouses and forts v. Inch shall remain available for n like purpose i r n period of 1 on years at the expiration of which Pei Indi or balances of appropriations which Finhall have been the books of the Treasury for such periods two and four years ively. Shall be carried to thu surplus j find and with the exception Obj appropriations for the Public debt. The Limi herein placed non Khali apply to All appropriations now upon the j books of the Treasury. See. 4. Aud lie further it enacted that it i shall be the duty of to so pc Roll departments of the government to include in their mini in estimates to Oun Gress. Estimates of the amounts required for expense Liture under the affected by this act for ser vices for the is cd year Issy. And annually the Rejiri tar. Sec. 4. And he it further enacted. That All Laws or parts or Laws inconsistent with the pro visions this act be and the same Are hereby repealed. Accompanying the letter is a Long schedule of appropriations which will be affected by the proposed Bill As Well is of those excepted from its oper tons. And Wool show to be held in Philadelphia sep Tembe next. Referred. The Brosal Espola hats. Or. Teklin Rose to a person explanation and read extracts from the Detroit Post and new York Herald charging him wish having during the absence from the Houise of members of the committee on foreign affaire of which committee he was not a member made a report purporting to to the report of that committee on the nicaraguan claims Bill which was referred to the committee of Tho. He claimed that this was a perversion of facts act asked the committee on fore icon affairs to examine As to the truth or falsity of the charges. His rec guest was granted. Kaval construction i and or. Harris from the committee on naval affairs reported a Bill providing a permanent construction fund for the Navy. Referred to the committee of the whole. Or. Valentine asked leave to offer a Resolution instructing the appropriation committee to report the Post office deficiency Bill with exception of the items of the fear service by the 5th of february. Or. Blackburn objected. Or. Buckner introduced a Bill reducing the expenses of the government in Lig Hunn Public buildings. feared. 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 political disabilities of yarn. B. Tel Deferro Virginia. Lar. Conger opposed the Bill on the. Ground that in his petition the Petitioner referred to the late War As the War Between the Southern states and the built Al states of the re Bellion. The speaker snid that the tone of the Peti Tion Diun t exhibit any Dos Pomtier on the part of the Petitioner to be hypocritical. It was in the usual form. The Cnair wus always on the Side of the pensioners and in Avav of relieving disabilities. Or. Don t rank p a stoners and to a who ask amnesty in the class. The chair worm them All to full citizenship Ami above ii ave Eilif ferr a be would have pensioned. The Bill was finally pasted. 172, nays a number of republicans voting with the democrats in the affirmative or. Conger objected to the Pas Ioc of a Bill removing the political of John i Owens of Virginia and debian Leel the yeas und nays pending which the hour sex Direel. On motion of or. Hunter the alienate Amend ment to House Bill making an appropriation for riling no Anel draining the grounds South i of the Capitol grounds a us concurred in. J i claims. The House then went into committee of the j whole ill. Mite Bell in the on the Pri j Vale Calendar. The Bill on the Calendar was for the re Lief of certain of by neb Burg. Vu., and refunding to them a xenon pret party collected from them on manufactured to Bace of. The Bill involved and was do bated at length and Laid to be favourably j reported. The committee then Roland the j houie1 adjourned. The Senate with a recommendation for confirmation. But at the same time several demo 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 the Ben 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. Isle. Attr Vlugt increase of silvering in Hie coast institution rapidly assuming the of three deaths reported from starvation Appeal for Aid from tie dub Lin mansion House Tellef address to the people of the United states by the Neil York Tion by ills holiness the Lanea Etc. A fatal scratch. Death from xiyj1rv mrs. Lindermier s terrible physicians Fig Holuj the disease step by step but without features not before noticed in cases of tills kind. I Agama canal. Jan. Fact that France and Germany have formed in for the purpose of the construction under european auspices of n ship canal Over the isthmus of Panama have come to the knowledge of Hiecke tar karts Aud he has had an interview with Captain Eads of jetty Fame with the View of commencing the Dock system of crossing the in Hans. His object is to coir thence in and Vance of foreign Power so that m trouble be tween this and european nations Granta oat of the matter the United states in a be on the defensive instead of there would be the Case if stir opponents began Lime. I May add that a of new Yolk who is and of the reported foreign Alliance has a letter from a european source which Hays that there is a great probability of War with the United states within the eix Mouths. Genk Kal capital so tvs. The utes. Got. Pitkin s Points. Jan. Gov. Pitkin of col Orado to Day resumed his testimony Belore the House committee on Indian affairs. He re lated incidents his interviews with Jack and other indians going to show on Ray had gradually lost his influence Over the younger utes and that a feeling of disaffection and the War spirit had for some time past been gaining Ascendancy with them. Lie 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 sixth Congress. Second session tote souse. Ship canal. Washington Jan. Orth offered a Resolution instructing the committee on rail ways and canals to inquire into the expediency of providing for a Survey to ascertain the practicability of constructing a ship canal from Toledo Ohio to the navigable Waters of the Wabash River at or near Lafayette ind. Be feared. Or. Shul Labarger introduced a Bill directing the commissioner of agriculture to attend in person or by Deputy the International sheep Public be la Ding. Washington. Jan. House committee j on a Blic grounds agreed to Day to report favourably on several Bills providing for appropriations for Public at the i for Public build Ings at i Aei Usab ky., one half the appropriation to be expelled the Tir Taud i for a Public building at iu.,to i be expended the Tir to year. J Hrire Tail Sherman was Befefi c be Senate finance committee to Day in to their invitation for an Oral f of his views on funding other Pijut. The i Here turn a re Mark a ulc Funru Tho repetition i of bin Well in in to funding i were Lor the part simply i Che Gotsis of Liu last report and of the accompanying Liu Anee 1-Xhiluu for the car Thi con Ference was not concluded to Day. Ind the acc rotary ill appear before the Rusit Pittee next week. Ai.1d Pex Suos. The House c Imp Nitto pensions on inn Ion of or. Gal dwell unanimously agreed to Day to the to Anvern by tue committee in valid a Timon i that All Primon claims of an in vah l character be Lepot cd to Date from etis Barye where i mobility incurred Previ Ous to Dis Charno. Und Uberte dict Billy wus in red t Irum Ibe Dale of and All lira Touitou shall from Lue of thu him All Wield its Penis pcs where the Hii Ribaud had been a pensioner shall Date from the death of the bus band and where the husband Aad not been i pensioner from the debility. Fuoau the Henri a of the Husar question was continued this morning by the committee of Waya and Means. Henri a. Brown agent concluded Hia statement with i Peri ments and Vernon stations. Bow a Birb Grade of Nuar Jan be co Loreel so As to make it represent u Low Grade under the dutch Standard. On being asked by Gai Finkl what course he would recommend the com Mittee to adopt he said he would rce Ommond the committee to allow the present Tariff on sugar to remain As it is dutch Standard and Allt Anel to add to the Power of the Secretary of the Treasury authority to employ polarization which discovers immediately Tho Crystal sizable strength and consequent Market 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 pave 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 Stopf Kibo us. 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 Yermont 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 Tennessee 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 ments reported upon. It wan agreed by the committee that All nominations reported from the sub committees to Day in regard to none of which there is any question of personal iat Nesh of the nominee shall be immediately reported Back to new Jan. Ogorman Secretary of the Irish Relief committee of new York received a Cable dispatch from Edward Dwyer Grey lord mayor of Dublin end chairman of the mansion House Lle Lief committee Dublin by atm that the distress in tha West of Ireland is rapidly increasing and assuming calamitous proportions. Or. O Gorman said this evening that he was daily in receipt of from Ireland All to the affect that the destitution in Cou Tiangha and Northwest and Southwest and the Island iving off these parts was 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 stars Are entertained for the Spring Aud Early summer. He will to a borrow Send x Joo to the mansion House committee which will make Al ready sent by this committee. Am desk to tee new Yoke Jan. Irish Relief com Mittee of this City have issued an address to the people of the veiled states urgently re questing speedy contributions for the distressed of Ireland. After reciting the mis Erable condition of the people in Many districts the address says that the Dublin mansion House committee seems to Lill All the conditions required fur Al Wise and humane disposal of any funds placed in their hands. In the list of persons Active in its organization we find Catholic and protestant archbishops and 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 find will be received by the treasurer Henry l. Hoguet it the Emigrant Industrial Sav Ings Bank .01 Chambers Street. Parnell s be ply to lord car Scnill. Of Sofield Jan. Speaking in the City to night referring to lord Al Fred Churchill s Cable said this Young Nobleman says that my statement that tha Relief fund of the Duchess of Marl Borough is being administered for political purposes is false. Now 1 have the Best most re cent information from the distressed districts that my statement is absolutely True and that nil persons out of favor with their landlords Are precluded from participation. More than Otie Parish priest also has already complained that the fund is being administered for sectarian purposes. The word of a descendant of one of the baud of the notorious Sarah Jennings mis Tress of the Dake of York and pm the other hand of syst Duke of i Larlor of whom writes us follows that How a his to his sister s Dis Honor and thin i.e.1 had been kept by in h must profuse imperious and shameless harlots.1 will he scanned a him what closely the american a Scopio who. At least can the their stors were honest men und women. Adverting to the mansion hons commit said apart from the Hierarchy there was nut a single a Ernic rot it who possessed the collide hire or respect of the Jaisli it Ople. Parnell also spoke a second time to night it Ilo Yoke to the same effect the of both meetings amounted to Loui City Sioux City Iowa Jan. Hundred and twee to two dollars warm raised by a meet ing to night to sympathize with the Irish deaths Rhom starvation. Dox we to three months Tuia week from starvation near Parson town county month. Ireland. To account. Paris Jan. The Oren of the papal Nuncio Here referring to Tho mis Sion of Parnell to the United states says by Tho work of Tho protestants. Catholic ire land Calls protestant England to account. Whoever outrages Justice paves to for terrible expiation. Inn Pope s Viox. Home Jan. Holiness the Pope has sent 10.000 francs for Relief of the Dis Tress in Ireland. Tie situation Augusta Jan. Tho 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 have just passed. Several additional in zionists took their beats in the House and there were but four empty chairs at the senatorial Board. The Auburn Light infantry departed this coming. There is no military or extraordinary police Force at the state House now. Dudley Buck supposed the Man. Cincinnati Jan. Prize offered by the College of Minsio 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 tin til the composition a performed bit is to a Buck of Boston. The composition is one hour in length and is for a chorus and orchestra. I Philadelphia time Jan. 28. 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 come under their notice. Mrs. Mary h. Lindermier the victim was a widow who since Lier 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 Yonng mail. She had one remarkable Hobby that All the neighbors talked fondness for raising poodles of which she bad had five in the House for some time. She bad also a habit of picking no homeless or injured Little dogs wherever she found them taking them Home 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 Aud upon her stooping to pick no and carry away Ker pets the wicked Little stranger snapped at her and left the Marks of his Teeth on the Back of her right hand just above the forefinger. The wound bled slightly but Sho regarded it As a Mere scratch requiring no attention More than the application of a lotion that she got at the drugstore just opposite her House. She 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 unsuccessful. 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 in usual weariness and particularly of a Sharp shooting pain in the right Arm. Next Day she Felt As 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 536 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 tip Post a that she was 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 come to or. Lawson fora drink of lemonade and he observed that she swallowed it with seeming aversion and difficulty. When 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 Sho 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 afterwards she had to be brought Home again. Or. Collins now called upon or. Charles 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 which they ascribe the subsequent a Feuce in of that violent convulsive action which in other victims of hydrophobia has necessitated holding by several Strong men or tying Fust to n bad. Rigi Rixo the the principal remedy Tisi Al was a of Uip South american Indian War Arrow Poison called curare or woo Rara. Among other palliative agents employed were Gnu ipod and opium. The doctors desired to Pyrah a to a cer Tain exult the Muscles that produce spasm. I to sulphate. Railed curare or woo Rara was administered in a filtered solution each injection containing r. Tajall fraction of a Grain of the Poison. On sat urday night Vrbeti she was quiet and perfectly conscious reference bang Luaono to Tho dog. Bhe Saul she Elid not believe he was and. Then ssh a complained of thirst water was brought nud placed in her hand whereupon she exclaimed. Shudde tingly of i Cun t dropping Tho she continued spasmodically us Ruy he Art would top. It would kill Sho tool a Little Ico in her month which Rolio til her but next she could not look even at a Frozen Gnu r. Her drink was on sunday morning when with great exertion she swallowed some milk punch. Only time when she would touch fool Alit i i it any was 011 monday afternoon. Her condition seemed better then and miserly ate considerable meat potatoes Aud cabbage. After that she steadily grew worse her men Tal distress and Bur evident suffering from thirst being hard to picture. She a Aull not Bolive that Sho Hud Hydro phobia or that the dog bras mad. Tha dog she said to or. Collim was nothing and if Yon understood Tho Case i d get she was suspicious of everybody especially towards Tho last when her breathing became very rapid and heavy and the temperature of her Jody extremely High while a Frothy vis Cid fluid came from her Mouth in such quantities an 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. She cried to those about her to Pluck it out. Although suffering in tense agony with Tho symptoms described or. Collins says that the spasms were con trolled to a great extent by the medical treat ment. Although conscious until about three Bourn before her death which came from exhaustion at half past five o clock yesterday morning she would listen to no reasoning and was extremely whimsical. As 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. European events. A Engkraf an political world Fotss. Old the Pope s Leal la causing of a French explorer in Field vat i an attack of the to increase its military St engr i in increase of infectious diseases in St. Patent issued. A Patent was Signell and deliver eel to Day to the newly aria Bli int company for Tho Panoche Grunde quicksilver mine in California. The application of the new Idria company had been amended so a to conform with Secretary Schurz i opinion published july last. Anxiety Fob the Pope. Home Jan. Pope s health a causing anxiety. He suffers from fits of shivering and great prostration Bat persists in his anal occupation. Victims of tie tiie Damp explosion. London Jan. Tho fire Damp explosion in the Colliery at Metesser Saxony yesterday ten miners were killed and nine injured. Nine persons in the pit time of the explosion were unaccounted for. Bench politics. London Jan. Dispatch from Paris says a coalition of the moderate rep Bli cans with the conservatives yesterday elected Leon say to the presidency of the Senate finance committee Over Calmon vice pres ident regular Republican candidate. The Beeman amt. London Jan. Strength of Tho German army on a peace fooling As shown by the military budget of 1680-81, is officers and men. This does not in clude the projected increase which the Cologne Gazette says is chiefly destined to reinforce. Alsace Lorraine Garrison. Tha 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. Genii by and the Vatican. London Jan. Dispatch from Rome says telegrams received Here state Prince Bismarck and the German Crown Banfi agreed that it is advisable to reestablish Harmony Between the Koman Church and Germany. It is not yet known whether Prince Frederick will visit the Pope. London Jan. Berlin dispatch Saya 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 Here to be false. There is How Ever no doubt that the minister of Public worship will soon Lay 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 chanted. The Vatican has sent dispatches to St. Petersburg through the papal Lune ios at Vienna authorizing Bishops in Russia to adopt certain provisional rules embodying concessions which it is hoped will facilitate a settlement of More important questions. Politics. London Jan. Paris dispatch announces the Senate rejected two reactionary amendments to the educational Bill but the votes were close being 143 to 135, and ii7 to Lay. In the division in the chamber of deputies in the question of favouring Politi Cal clubs the minority consisted of 74 conservatives Aud 100 members of the advanced and extreme left. This is additional proof that Tho Cabinet cannot rely upon the sup port of More than half the advanced left. Eight conservatives Aud 243 republicans formed the majority. Ini dec Titus diseases. Is. Jan. Increase of infectious diseases in St. Petersburg is exciting same apprehension. The mortality from that cause for the week ending Jan. 17th being in per cent of the whole mortality or twice is great As usual. Commuted. In the of adjutant who was scr iced by court martial to be Eli missed irom the dec Rico for using language in reference to the minister of the Marine the has ordered that Hobo placed on half pay instead of Bertig dismissed. It is probable that he will re4ccive the command of one of the cruisers in the Pacific. London Jan. Locke the Liberal member of for Southwark is dead nge very Kev. Father Oakley Catholic writer on i Ligi uus subjects is dead 78. Floor nor Jan. A notorious colonel under the pans commune died in this City. Pabis Jan. Has been received that Abbie do Baez in attempting to Cross Africa died at Ujiki. Gouty. London. Jan. Suffering from no attack of the pout. London. Jan. The deliveries of sugar Here keeps m excess of the sales. Stock in the United kingdom Althei ugh 000 tons above that of last year is tons less than that of Madrid Jan. Senate by a vote of to l s. Approved the articles of the cuban slavery abolition Bill As modified by Tho mixed committee of senators and deputies. A Domnitz Jan. Largo spinning manufactory Here burned throwing persons out of employment. London a. Berlin correspond ent reports a the government Canon foundry such Large orders have been received that a number of fresh hands been engaged and All Are working extra time. Vienna Jan. Is reported the Czar Ovitch recently remarked to some polish magnates i shall a proud to Wear your glorious Crown. Communicate this to your countrymen and Hisure tue m of Tho favor of their future i Willarts. Chicago Jan. Frances e. Wil lard has resigned the presidency of Tho women s Christian Union of this state and will go to now York to devote Ber time to the National a. 0. T. U., of which she is presi Dent. De Atli of it inv Yorac i Imker. New York Jan. Brown a member of the firm of Brown Brothers Bankers died to Day ago 70. Newspaper

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