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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - March 18, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn established in 1857. Albert Lea Minnesota thursday March 18, 1880. Number 12. Business directory. H. Parker attorney at Law office Corner of broach any and College streets near the court House Albert Lea Minn. _ the maj in Lokmer lawyer. Land for Sale. Albert Lea Minnesota 1mos.ness, attorney at Law Cor. Clark Broadway Albert Lea Minn t Obert m. Falmer lawyer. Office Over Hedenstad a store Albert Lea Minn. J. Beaux attorney at Law and collecting agent office on Clark is Albert Lea Minn w11ytock, attorneys at Law opera Block a h. Squier the old City Dray line deals in hard and soft Coal Wood of All kinds and Blacksmith Coal Tard near s. M. Depot Wood eased and delivered. Slate at Hewitt s. Farmers Trade solicited. It. B. Shown. D. K. F. Hibbs. H. B. Blown co., Albert Lea does it general banking business we have for Sile improved City property and farms. Albeit Lea Linn. 1. A Lovely d f. Mobs la. T Oyerly m011gan, lawyers. Over wedge Spicer s drug store. Albert Lea Minn. Physicians. A Nelson a. In physician and Surg Eon. Hartland Minn. Albert Lea ins., collection and real estate Agency. I buy. And sell real estate on commission. Collections made in Titis and adjoining coun ties it reasonable rates. Taxes daid for non residents. Abstracts steam ship tickets to and from Europe on several first class lines. Foreign Exchange bought and sold on All principal european cities. I represent to following reliable and time tried insurance companies Continental of new York. American of Philadelphia. Milwaukee mechanics of Milwaukee. German arc port 111. Correspondence solicited. H 0. Iia ukness sent. Meat Market homeopathic physician surgeon Albert Lea Minn. Office next door East of the National House on Clark St m. Dodge a d. Physician and Stajk Geo first door West of k. N. Wil Street. Albert Lea. Minn. Dentists. Pm a. H. Street office Over trick store South of the Post office w. C. Merrill dentist. Office Over wedge Spicer s drug store. Money and stocks. To loan real estate Security. Approved notes and bought. Apply to a. H. Street. Office Over Brick store South of Tost office. Of Oxey to loan a. M. Tybur Lias a Large amount of Money to loan a t a Low rate of interest. Opera House Olock Albert Lea. Miscellaneous. S. Architect and builder. Albert Lea alien. Iop of the of William work properly vat cycled to. Ilm6 f. Nelson in rat by Reade and Custori Trade boots and shoes. Work done to order satisfaction guaranteed Broadway 1st door North of Rehiman s. Giva him a Call before pure Hasine elsewhere. A. H. Mcmillen has removed Trio old the old and favorite stand. Be door North of Palmer a store where May b found a Fuu and Complete Stock of All kinds of meats which will be sold As cheap As the the patronage of the Public la respectfully solicited. Every Claas of meat fish and poultry in in Ita season. A 6, Bryndin proprietor Cash paid for hides tallow Freeborn county real estate g e 1st c land and r info doors North of h. D. Brown co s increased facilities for dotage business he proposes to give better satisfaction than Ever before. Cash paid for Iii Ness Tazza of i Cirr Bank buys and yells foreign and Domestic drafts. Pus Guijo tickets to and from All Points of Europe insurance effected in the i just com pauses. To loan on improved farms at Low interest Aud has for Sale on easy terms House and lot in Block 20. Village of Albert Lim. House and lot in Parker s addition. Lot oils in Hall d addition. 134 acres of Imus in Hayward. Freeborn acres of land in Iho Seon Freeborn is duty. So acres of land in Faribault county. ?-20 acres of land in Worth county Iowa. G. Gul Brandsoy Albert Lea. Abstract a. M. Tyrer opera House Albert Over 100 improved farms of Cale. Unimproved farms in every Toton in the county to suit purchaser for Cash or on Long time. Tillage lots with or without houses for Bale or to rent. Prices to suit times and customers. Parties desiring to Purchase Minnesota Cen trial or Winona St. Peter Bai Road lands can find a full list and prices at my office. 33-Yl w. P. Sergeant dealer in All kinds of lumber forty sixth Congress. Second session the Senate. Washington March will iams presented a joint Resolution of the Ken Tucky legislature instructing the senators from Kentucky to urge the passage of a Bill reducing the salary of the president of the United states. Senator Brace from the committee on education and labor reported adversely the Bill to provide for the investment of certain unclaimed and Bounty moneys in the Treasury to facilitate the education of the coloured race. Indefinitely postponed. Bills were introduced and referred by senator provide for the ascertainment of claims of american citizens for spoliation prior to july 1, 18g1. By senator enable Colorado to select lands under the acts of july 2, 1802, and july making a Grant of land for the Benefit of agricultural colleges and Mechanic Art. Senator Morgan submitted a Resolution calling on the Secretary of the Interior for information in relation to the state of technical and Industrial education in. The schools and colleges endowed by the govern ment and in other schools and the extent to which provision has been made for such education of females and the number of females attending the schools. Adopted. Senator Wallace moved when the Senate adjourn to Day it be to monday but upon request of senator Garland to allow a ses Sion to Morrow for consideration of the hot Springs Bill he withdrew the motion. The Bill for the Relief of the widow of Gen. Caster was indefinitely postponed. Inter oceanic Casai. Senator Gordon asked unanimous consent for present consideration of his Resolution for a special committee on the inter oceanic canal and it was taken up. Senator Hill called the attention of his col league to the fact that senator Groome who had offered a Resolution for the appointment of a special committee before he Gordon offered his was not in his seat. Senator Williams said the subject not Only presented a foreign commercial and Legal question but might also present a military and naval question. He hoped the special com Mittee would be composed of the oldest men of All committees of the Senate because if we in tend to make our declaration Good it May be necessary to look into the condition of our army and Navy. This is the greatest ques Tion that has been before the Senate during this session of Congress for let me say that the american Popic have made no their minds upon this subject. There May be some differences of opinion Here but the country a of one mind in this regard. The people of the United states do not intend that any for eign nation or nations shall put a chinese Wall or dig a ditch across this continent that shall stand As a Barrier against their aspirations for Empire or commercial supremacy upon this continent. That is the Fiat and feeling of this whole continent from the North to the South from the East to the West and that statesman or politician who puts himself up against this current of pop ular opinion will be swept away As with a Rushing flood. I Hope this committee will be composed of the Best most patriotic and Wisest men of the Senate and that All questions connected with this subject May be referred to them. After debate senators Gordon and Groome withdrew their resolutions for a special com Mittee and the Resolution of senator Flatt requesting the president to communicate to foreign governments the desire of this government to secure the neutrality of any transit route across the isthmus. It was referred to the committee on foreign relations. Consideration of Calendar was proceeded with. The Bill for the Relief of the Winnebago indians of Wisconsin was Laid aside on objection of senator Thurman. Senator Garland withdrew his objection to adjournment from to Day to monday and gave notice he would ask leave to Call up the hot Springs Bill As soon As the appropriation Bills were disposed of. It was then agreed to adjourn from to Day till monday. Geneva award senator Blaine asked Thurman when he would Call no the Geneva award Bill. Sena Tor Thurman replied he hoped it could be taken up after disposal of the appropriation Bills. If any senator the Bill Conlen t pass As reported he hoped Amend ment would be offered defeating the main purpose of Bill and that the sense of Senate be shown on such amendment. If it pro failed he would give up charge of the Bill. Senator Blaine said the Courtesy of the Senate required the Bill to be left in charge of the senator from Ohio. Sash doors and building i material. Yard on Broadway North of Hall s livery stable Jbranch Starcus Mem i a. Was at a at. Ies wishing lumber will do Well to Call at Tho most convenient of my Yard i us my fact Tilei for handling it Are unsurpassed and nay assortment always Complete. I am always ready to Glye Barms. W. P. Sergeant. Senator Allison demanded the regular order Honse Bill making offer for fortifications and other works of defense for the fiscal year ending Jane 30, 1881. The son ate committee reported amendments increasing the Honse appropriation for repair of works of defense from to and for armament of sea coast fortifications including conversion of Small bore Cannon into rifles from to the appropriation of for torpedoes and torpedo experiments is left unchanged. All is explained in the Bill. The first Amend ment was agreed to. Considerable discus Sion took place on the other amendments. Senator Beck member of the committee argued that the Bill was inadequate Tut there seemed Little use of trying to bring up our defences at once to the highest efficiency. We had for years been trusting to provi Dence or Luck for Protection from a Seaboard attack. Oar harbours were nearly All accessible to All the largest foreign ironclads and the committee thought As a f nil armament cannot be had at Oitice it was a step in the right direction to begin improvement by introducing effective gems is fast possible. In View of possible complications in connection with the Monroe doctrine and with the projection of american railways through Mexico he would personally vote for tha expenditure of or for defense but the committee had gone As far As the House would go with them. The commit tee had been shown torpedoes were useless without guns to support them. Senator Wallace could t understand Why Jost when Iron had largely advanced in Price the government should change its policy and enter on the manufacture of Large guns. He saw no danger of War. The people wished the policy of Economy continued. Senator Mcmillan advocated the increase proposed. If our harbours had been defense less for fifteen years past that is no reason Why they should remain so. Senator Mcpherson said in regard to Tho memorials of certain contract ors of Iron leads for the passage of appropriations to Complete them he had Learned that or bad been expended on four or five vessels in propositions Reading tints i propose to build a certain vessel in described in accordance with plans and specifications incomplete for a certain sum of the naval department accepted these propositions made by favored contractors and spent millions of Woltera on these vessels without knowing whether the vessels would float or not when completed and in fact Emi nent boards of Survey have reported that even reducing the weight of Armor 37 per one of them would sink at the Dock when completed according to the plan of the con tractor. The vessels referred to Are the terror at cramp s Yard ind the Monadnock at san Francisco the ample trite at Wilmington the meant Nomah and Puritan the last named being at Boach s Yard. The Board composed of Lenthall and Sherwood eminent men in the Navy re ported these facts the Puritan being the special one referred to. It is fair to pre sume the rest being built in the same Gen eral Way Are equally unfit. He thought in face of the facts the other Side Conlen t be charged with undue Economy. Or. Windom charged the democrats had been preaching the policy of cutting Down appropriations to make a show of Economy but afterwards brought in deficiency Bills that brought the expenses no to former figures. The amendment was agreed to. Yeas 47 nays 12. The Bill then passed. Jesse iut. Senator Kellogg sent to the clerk s disk and had read an extract from the Charleston 2feus, alleging that Jessie Eaymond was brought to Washington by senator Kellogg for the purpose of influencing action on his contested election Case. Senator Kellogg said the article was false in every particular. He denounced its author As a Coward and offered a Resolution for the appointment of a committee to investigate the charges. Senator Thurman asked if the Senate had come to such degradation As to notice every newspaper article scandal zing a senator. When the Resolution Camo up he should move to table and let it sleep forever. On motion of senator Wallace the Star route deficiency Bill was taken up. Adjourned until monday. The printing office was being carried on quoting from the Vance report and from the report submitted last year by the committee on Public expenditures to show Gross irregularities and bases existed in the administration of that office. He asserted no other department had been carried on so extravagantly and in support of his statement said Franklin Beeves former publisher of the congressional Globe had offered to take the printing office As it now stood and do the Public printing for ninety per cent. Of the present Cost for the rent of build leg and realize by the transaction. Without action on the Bill the committee Rose. New East ties. The following Bills were introduced and referred by or. Scales to accept and ratify the agreement submitted by the Ute indians for Sale of their lands in Colorado and appropriating therefor. By or. Hosmer to accept title to pro Perty in Erie pa., and establish a Home for indigent soldiers and sailors. Or. Acklin offered a Resolution calling for information As to All appropriations Ever made for Rivers and harbours in Louisiana. Referred. Adjourned until monday. Gex Ebai capital exod pc chases. Washington March Secretary of the Treasury says he intends every week to invest All revenues less actual expenditures and a. Proportionate share of accruing inter est of the Public debt in the Purchase of five and six per cent Bonds on Public offers in new York the foreign budget. Bis stack or Gori. To prove hostile intentions to award of Baggia to form an anti German Alliance with Bull preparing to play the agreeable to visit inc the French ministry at sea with refer ence to the educational Ute saved by a Chain ambassador the a Joutsi. Arr Noi Nat ii Elli. A March Bill author izing the Secretary of the Interior to Deposit certain Indian Trust funds in the United states Treasury in Liea of investment passed. The morning hour was dispensed with. Or. Mcmahon reported Back the deficiency appropriation Bill from the appropriation com Mittee. The committee recommend an amendment appropriating for the payment of fees and expenses of United states marshals and their general deputies for the present fiscal year thus making total amount appropriated by the Bill or. Mcmahon inquired whether four hours debate would be sufficient. Or. Conger replied if no political riders were placed upon the Bill the time would be sufficient. Or. Mcmahon stated he knew of no rider but he understood the printing committee proposed to offer an amendment relative to the election of government Printer. The Bill was referred to the committee of the whole and without coming to any understanding relative to the time of debate or. Mcmahon moved to go into such com Mittee pending which motion the speaker Laid before the House a message from the president transmitting dispatches recently received from the Consul general at Shanghai on the subject of slavery in China. Referred. Mcmahon s motion was then agreed to and the Honse went into committee of the whole Carlisle in the chair. Depct1. Or. Mcmahon called attention of the House to the fact that no where in the Bill waa there any appropriation for special Deputy marshals. He doubted whether tha democratic party Ever would appropriate any Money for special Deputy marshals so Long As the Law stood in the present shape. The last session of Congress had adjourned without making any appropriations for special Deputy marshals and it was improper for any officer to appoint special Deputy marshals when no appropriation had been made. Folic printing. Or. Mcmahon passed on to consideration of the appropriation made for the Public printing office. He quoted from the Public sea Citi of fact Ronal Silvee Cois. There is a Scarcity of fractional Silver Coin caused by its presentation for redemption under the recent Law. There Are 000 of such Coin in the Treasury which will be exchanged at All sub treasuries for United states notes when an appropriation is made for the purpose by Congress. It will be sent free of Cost in sums of 5100 and up wards to any part of the country. The 3 ape. George Jones of the new York times. And erasing Brooks of the made arguments to Day before the ways and Means committee for the removal of the duty of 20 per cent imposed on Wood pulp. They claimed it was owing to the Advance of from 25 to per cent in the Price of pulp and a combination of paper manufacturers chiefly in the West that the Price of paper had advanced from to g cents per Pound the Price last year to Ujj to 10 cents now charged. It was also claimed Bat it was a combination of paper makers that forced the Price of paper to 20 and 2s cents per Pound during the War that had now caused the j the Advance of above 50 per cent., and that i if no restrictions were placed on them they might Force the Price even to War figures. The manufacturers present denied the exis tence of a combination to enhance the Price and claimed the Advance was entirely Regula Ted by the Law of Supply and demand. The Ute agree test. The Senate and House committees on in Dian affairs held a joint meeting to Day for the purpose of hearing Secretary Scharz in explanation of the details of the agreement which he has entered into with the Ute indians of Colorado subject to its ratification by Congress ill. Schurz after explaining the features of the agreement and setting Forth its advantages from various Points of View submitted the draft of a Bill to carry it into effect which the committee will consider at a future writ ing. The Bill proposes to appropriate in perpetuity a year As interest at the rate of to per cent per annul on the amount of stipulated As the consideration for relinquishment of the utes reservation and also to continue to appropriate the pres ent annuity of a year. The thus provided for each year to be divided among the utes per capita. The Bill further proposes to appropriate a year for distribution among the most deserving of the utes and per annul and to con Tinne Ouray s present annuity for a term of thirteen years from the present time. It is also proposed to appropriate for the Purchase of agricultural implements Cojei Estes to americans. London March the object of showing the utmost Courtesy to Wall known visitors from America several of the leading London clubs have resolved to admit such gentlemen As honorary members for three Mouths. Lib Ebai acquisition. Gladstone speaking at Marylebone announced that lord Derby had definitely joined the Liberal party. The budget. Conservative and ministerial journals de Clare the budget statement satisfactory. The daily says the budget is formed on the Happy go icky principle. The times says the budget was predestined to be unsatisfactory and it will not stir the pulse of the country1 in favor of the ministry. Wool and Schabb. London March evening Bales of Wool were sold chiefly port Phillip and Adelaide. Demand continuing brisk to last lot. This series of sales is now closed. Prices finished at the highest Point except for Snow White capes which sold slightly under the highest figares. The Advance on the last series of sales is for australian 2 to and in some cases More and Cape 1 to 2d. One Hundred and eighty eight thousand seven Hundred Bales have been sold for Export and for Home Trade. The feeling of Confidence in the sugar Market has further increased. He flyers Are buying West indies at Folly cd per 100 weight above last week s quotations. Crystallized is rather dearer As also Are Low Brown sorts and float ing cargoes. Beet sugar is rather above last week s rates. Aka kick. Course of the mixiste7. I Aris dispatch says the published reports of decisions of the Cabinet Council relative to article 7 of ferry s education Bill Are premature. The Only Point yet decided is that the ministers will not bring Forward any new draft of the article and will not participate in a second discussion of the Bill. Lie Garding the pro posed interpellation the government seem disposed to accept the order of the Day which would leave them the right of dealing with the position of religious Cofra Zemities on their own responsibility being guided by existing Laws in their con duct towards those establishments. Jack Ketch at work zzangz1hj8 cake id out. A Young mjg Gondi blood becomes a candidate for a like Fate by too free use of a Slen killed by a 3u11 Road collision Chilli Collie and casualty record. Germany. Gathering the proof March governmental Puit states Bismarck has ordered the col Lection of diplomatic documents attesting the hostile intentions of Russia towards Germany. The volume will include papers bearing upon Gort Schakoff proposition to France for the conclusion of an anti German Alliance. Russia. Saved by his Chain sh1bt. St. Peters to March Meli Koff was saved by a Chain shirt when yla Detsky attempted to assassinate him. The Bullet Tore a Hole through his coat but was arrested by the protecting mail. Geek Al foreign. Lisbon March ministerial the erection of saw and grist Mills and the j Jour nil of i ogre a referring to the Rumor construction of about houses for the cites in their new locations. Other sections of the Bill provide the necessary authority for the allotment of lands to indians in printed Gregoris for the last five years to severally and for the restoration of the show that the expenses of the office for the present year were far in excess of those for any year Sines 1.st5. What was the cause of the increase or. Conger Tho extra session. Or. Mcmahon contended that the extra session was not responsible for the enor Mous increase. It had been brought about in part by extravagant purchases of material and in part by the fact that Thoro no limit to the number of persons who might be employed in the printing office. Or. Hiscock the gentleman from Ohio Mcmahon attempts to charge by insinuation that the Man at the head of the printing office has been squandering the Public funds. If there had been stealing in that printing office it had been a the Purchase of material and in nothing else and those Pur chases had been made under the supervision of the joint committee on printing. He believed that the affairs of the printing office had bean managed economically and honestly. He did not believe there was a single person employed in Tho office needlessly and he challenged the gentleman from Ohio to name any such person. Passing on to the appropriation f or marshals he expressed his Surprise that his Friend from Ohio Mcmahon bad announced on this floor that Tho democratic party did not propose to make any appropriation for special Deputy marshals and did not propose to obey the decision of the supreme court. He had spoken for the democratic party. At the last Congress that same party had declared that the nation should be starved if the Federal election Law was not repealed. The same Issue had again been tendered at the meeting of the next Congress. The two parties had met on that Issue and had gone to the country upon it and the country had been heard from. A Leader of the Republican Side and a Leader of the democratic Side had gone before their state on that Issue and Foster had been elected to the gubernatorial j chair and Ewing had been relegated to con press. Another Ohio Man from this Hall and another Ohio Man from the Senate had met in their state and Gatfield had been elected and called to a higher position and Thurman would soon cease to Lead the democracy. He Hiscock wondered that the gentleman from Ohio Mcmahon with that sad experience should stand Here and announce that the democratic party would not obey the decision of the supreme court. He expressed in conclusion the belief that the democratic party would yield to the inevitable and appropriate Money to the special deputies what they had earned. Or. Kinley attacked the manner in which great bulk of their present reservation to the Public Domain. Vitae Cla iils a ejected ind allowed. The House committee on War claims decided to report adversely upon thirty claims amounting in the aggregate to above 000. The House committee on claims reconsidered their former action in awarding a. B. Meacham for injuries received while the service of the United states during the Modoc outbreak and increased the amount to i hey also decided to Al Low the heirs of copt. Henry w. Shriver for services rendered by him to the United states. The claim of j. B. O. S. Latham for for supplies furnished the United states during the War was also favourably passed upon. Representative Keifer presented a minor Ity report in favor of Washburn in the Case of Donnelly is. Washburn. At the meeting of the election committee the Honse to Day. Trade masks. The House committee on judiciary took no the subject of Trade Marks at its meeting to Day and ordered a Bill to be reported to the House which will carry out the treaty stipulations with foreign countries on the subject of Trade Marks. The committee decided to report adversely on the Armfield Bill providing for inter state Trade Marks and also decided that that subject was not invested with sufficient importance to War rant a constitutional amendment As was proposed by the Mccord Bill. Pas of Eeve ote Olvet cals. The House committee on appropriations agreed to report an additional appropriation of for expenses of the internal Rev Enue Bureau for of additional inspectors rangers and store keepers. Boyek improvement. The Honse committee on Commerce instructed or. Clardy to report a Bill to the Honse providing for an appropriation of for improvement of the Harbor or Landing of St. Charles mo., by diverting the Channel of the Missouri River from the South to the North Bank. Female suffrage in Wisconsin. Milwaukee March Senate to night concurred in the Assembly Resolution providing for female suffrage in Wisconsin by a vote of 19 to 11. Of the Interior of the United states to found commercial colonies on the West coast of Africa says Portugal should congratulate herself on seeing the United states approach her colonies because that Republic ii Zacapa Pable of despising the rights of Portugal i but would on the contrary guard them i against encroachments by England. Shanghai March is reported that Chung How late ambassador to Russia and who negotiated lao treaty has been beheaded and that a revolt has broken out in Tekin. London Larch Berlin dispatch says Herr Lasker s determination to vote henceforth independently is Only symptom Atic of general Agency which is breaking no the liberals and pro a resists into a perplexing variety of groups. A correspondent at St. Petersburg reports that a number of political prisoners who have been for some Tuic confined of suspicion have been released. Tailed. London i arc c. Taylor co., merchants and Colliery proprietors o Birstall end Gor Ersoll failed. Liabilities estimated at pounds. A St. Petersburg correspondent understands the third Section or police department of the Czar s privy chancellors on its present form will is abolished. Professor Gri Boriff chief of the censors department has resigned. The works attached to an Iron foundry in St. Petersburg exploded yesterday and the foundry with three Large buildings de stroked. Collision in a show storm. N. Y., March heavy Snow storm at an Early hour this morn ing the Over land passenger trains three and four collided at bed desert Miles West of Here. Martin Engineer of train no. 4, will probably die from his injuries. No passengers injured. A too Handt a evolved. St. Lotus March Marshall mo., yesterday dial Goodman a Young White Man Twenty one years old had an altercation with Smith Loomis coloured. Loomis used offensive language whereupon Good Man whipped out a revolver and shot him twice killing him instantly. Wife foi80neb Huso. Little Rock March l. Fad dec coloured was Hung at Washington Ark. To Day for murder by Poison of Hia wife in november 1879. He had formed a connection with another woman and was heard to say he intended to put his wife put of the Way. She was taken suddenly ill at the time stated and died suddenly in a few hours. The sheriff arrived at the scaffold with Fadden at p. St., after prayer by Hev. Jas. Lived. The prisoner addressed the Public briefly not directly confessing but professing Hopes of salvation. Prayer was also offered by Kev. Brown. At his request the drop was then sprung and after a severe struggle he was pronounced dead after 17 minutes. His neck was broken by the fall flour Mill burned. Disc Nikati March flour Mill Baker Johnson co., Shoals ind., was burned yesterday afternoon together with bushels of wheat a Hundred and fifty barrels of flour lot of Corn bran Etc. Loss no insurance. A destroyed appetite. Florence ala., March May Field coloured was hanged Here to Day for the murder of Tobe Irvine coloured in this place Kove Ruber 11, 1878. Mayfield had no appetite yesterday or to Day and slept very Little last night. He said his a eviction was caused by malice but us Wasu aug to a better country and was prepared to die. At the trap fell and in about ten minutes the doctors pronounced May Field dead. Killed by a bail collision. Coli runs March freight train consisting of an engine and 9 cars was wrecked near Chillicothe of the Sciota Valley Railroad Early this morning. The engine struck Throe horses which were on the track. Edward Gates fireman of thin City and a Man named Berry who were on. The engine were almost instantly killed. The wreck is said to have caused a of aider Able loss of property to the Railroad and trains were delayed All Day. Paydos or political bribe is. Habe Isaubo March will be made for Pardon in the cases of Kimble Salter Petroff Emberger and Crawford. It is thought a special meeting of the Board of pardons will be called. 8hksiff shot. Cincinnati March commercial special from Sanford by. Says that yester Day at Liberty Casey county Deputy sheriff w. L. Attempting to arrest Jas. Cosey received a charge of four Buckshot in Bis Abdomen and will die. Coffey escaped. Another hanging. Savannah March Brig Harly negro was hanged in private at Thomasville ga., to Day for rape of a respectable White woman in october. The condemned was resigned and Calm. Could t get a Dekalb miss., March proceedings in the trial of Vergil and Houston Gully for the murder of Gilmer was abandoned to Day and the Case stands continued on account of failure to get a iary. Beeak1nu Mississippi levees. New Orleans March break which occurred in the Ovee near the Barracks is being c used and levee strengthened. The River is very High causing apprehension that the levee will not withstand the storm. A Crevasse thirty feet wide is reported a the levee on Bayou Lafourche fifty mile below Lockport. Col. Hardel slate Engineer will Send men and material to Morrow to close it up. Exit Dian agent indicted. Milwaukee March United states grand jury returned in indictment against sex Indian agent j. C. Bridgeman of me nominee wis., reservation charged with i making fraudulent returns and vouchers to the government. Bridgeman claims he will is Able to Clear himself of the charge. Impressive ceremony. Cincinnati March numbers of leading members of the masonic fraternity of the United states Are Here to participate a the ceremonies conferring the degree of the order of Malta. This event is considered of great importance and interest since it is the first that has Ever been conferred in ample form in the country. The Postulat is Bobert s. Pomeroy of this City. The ceremonies will occupy three Days. But not ambiguous. Tusca Narz. March United states troops under command of Lieuten ants can son and Clark met and Defeated thirty indians in Alamos Canyon in Tho Sac Ramento mountains new Mexico on the 28th of february. Tho lodges and ponies were captured and to port Smith. The indians Are supposed to belong to Vic Toria s band. P. H. Sawyer sex Deputy Secretary state of Maine testified before the legislative commit tee yesterday and was discharged. T kearneyd03i. The hoodlum appears sat so the a Ruiess. Sam Feancisco March very quiet. Last night were a number of Ordinary meetings of workingmen s Ward clubs at which the citizens protective Union and the arrest of Kearney were vigorously denounced. It is not Learned whether Kear Ney attended any of them. The executive committee is said to have held a meeting to Day but nothing is known of the proceed Ings. Ki2abxey in court. Kearney was brought before Tho police court this morning. He stated be was ready and desired neither jury or counsel and had no witnesses. The policeman who is tha complaining witness in Tho Case Beaufi temporarily absent looking for certain witnesses the Case was continued 011 motion of prosecuting attorney until to Morrow. Ami san fijian disco March at 7 p. U o Leary 42g, Weston ill. The latter left the track at half past three nine Miles be Hind o Leary and did t return till after five. San Fyk Alcisco March three thousand people were at Tuo Pavilion this evening. O Loary is ranch fresher than yesterday. Weston is in perfect condition. Little betting 10 to 7 in favor of o Leary. It is conceded that neither will cover 550 Miles. Score 9 p. Si., o Leary 430 Miles Weston 420. In Paperi

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