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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - February 2, 1888, Fort Wayne, Indiana The news summary of the Eye Nofal happenings of a week As reported by Telegraph i. Political commercial and Industrial views fires accidents crimes suicides et�., Etc. Latest telegrams. A special from Charleston m. \ a., says col. A. L. Mayan the emissary whom gov. Wilson Bent to Logan county a week ago to inquire into and report Apo the now famous Hatfield Mccoy vendetta has made Hie report to gov. Wilson and it is As follows Quot i visited All the Hatli Elds and found them to be Good Law Abidin k citizens who have the respect a my co Iiri Dence of every one in the neighbourhood Rhi it while i Abny depredations had been committed and the whole Buno Undin country had been in a state of excitement and tumult bordering on a go Niue War peace has again been restored the belligerent parties on both sides live disbanded Iid to further trouble is anticipated. The strangest part of the Nthole affair is the fact that the hut ields Aud Mccoy Are related. The record outbreak scorns to have been caused by partic in Pike county resurrecting old indictments afe inst the Hattield which i found against Theiu five years a of. Liko county parties wheat to i rank Ford ky., Ami had rewards ordered for the ill Fields and came into West Virginia in Cir the ii ise of officers of the Law. When in reality they had no requisition and arrested or rather kidnapped Thomad chamber a Andrew \ Arney Selkirk Mccoy r. D. Mccoy Moses cd Tristian. Pliant Mahon and Valentino Haunold Over into Kentucky and placed Olsen in thy Pike county 1 ail where Are still Oon lined. This party headed by trans Phillips tired on and killed of Man Vanco without As much As Cailing on Hisiu to surrender and Are the Samo parties who came Over into this state and fired Poji Constable Thoin Psota and posse at which time Delphy Aud aug Tiger Ian were killed. Citizens of Logan state that had any parties other than those sent been called upon to make the Arr tits no blood would have been shed but the Mccoy who came Vith Phillips to make the Quot arrests had Vorn to kill the Hattield and would Bave done so after they were disarmed. Face has been temporarily declared but. It is reared by Law abiding people of the two counties that hostilities will be to nowed before a great while. The trouble began during the War the Hatli Elds a were in the Confederate and the Mccoy in Tho Union army. A special. From Marietta Ohio Sayi the Tow boat Giselle Quot Mcgowan while steaming at Lla Ruicer wharf exploded one of her boilers hearing away the Forward spirt of the boat Lireman Craighead was blown overboard and badly scalded. A st. Loirs special a Ted the 1st inst., says the ice Gorge which formed on Tho Mississippi Kiver in front of this City began to More at Midnight last night and drifted Down Stream about three Yard lifting two steamers out of the , slightly injuring them when the immense weight was checked and it Reid aimed intact until this morning when the january thaw loosened the great mass and it slowly crashed Down upon nearly $1,j j0,0 he Worth of property which it is Quot now Eloway grinding into ruins. The Gorge has been forming for ten Days and every Means had been taken to dislodge it but in vain. Tho great cakes fifteen or eighteen inches thick have piled upon each other forming a solid mass from Bank to Bank several Hundred Yards deep and from eighteen to Twenty feet thick. The mild weather has rotted Only the upper layer and beneath it is a Flinty mass of Blue ice ready to grind the Many steamboats and barges that Are tied close to Shore. Already several barges have been sunk together with the steamers Tamm Mattie Helle and Hayes. The Hayes is i Large excursion Steamer the properly of Quot the Anchor line. It is a total wreck if probably broken in two and stove in. She lies near land with Only her upper a Leek visible. She is a Side Wheeler valued at ,0 1u. The Matiie Bell is owned by the Illinois Kiver company. The Tai am was a ferry boat. The wharf boat of the Alton and Grafton Eail Road company was swept away at 11 o clock. The Steamer City of Monroe snapped her lines at noon and is a wreck. Capt. Mason and or Seeberger were badly injured. The ice has stopped running and there is Little Chance for the thousands of dollars Worth of property still below the Gorge. The limited express West bound on the handle Railroad ran into an open switch at Urbana it and collided with a switch engine. Both engines were badly wrecked. Frank Brown Engineer of the freight and Charle a m. Alhand of the passenger locomotive were fatally injured in rank Shade Road master was killed. Passengers escaped. Geneva in master Workman t. V. Powder try has written to the editor of the new York Herald As follows Hyde paitk.pa., Jan. 30.�?to the editor the Herald or. Mcglynn s statement tent i sent an aug Bassonor to Kome is utterly Falbo. I sent no Money or Omba Asador there. T. V. . Or. Mag Lynly said to a reporter who called his attention to the matter Quot i shall not quibble with or. Powderly about the ambassador and of course i have not said that or. Powderly s emissary had audience of the Pope himself but i have simply to repeat Ray assertion that 1 know positively that such an emissary was sent to Kome and went there for or. Powderl3 or for the order and that Money to defray at least part of his expenses was asked of the general a Assembly of knights of labor at Miniie Apolis Quot a or. Cox m. P., arrested in London is in Ennis jail says a Dublin dispatch. The Walls of his cell Are reeking with moisture Aud Tho window Frame has rotted from the effects of Damp. Or. Cox was compelled to stuff his Muffler in a Hole in the Frame to exclude the bitter wind. Donegal peasants Are arming and threaten to destroy All Bridges in the country. Troops Are in arching to Dun Finaghy to preserve Tho peace. A the trial of Patrick o Virien number of parliament Thomas Byrne presi Ilent of the Bauin Sloe Branch of the National league and John Hayden editor of the Westmeath Koa tuner for offences under the crimes act was held at Coo Lerry county Monaghan Ireland. O Brien and Byrne were sentenced to four months imprisonment and Hayden to three months. Notice of Appel was Given in each Case. The mayor of Cork has been summoned under the Ermias act for assaulting poit fenian Cox a fortnight ago. The doctor of the prison in which Wilfrid Blunt is confined has advised that Blunt be put in the Hospital a Michael Davitt speaking at rat Keale county Limerick advised the tenants of lord Guil Lamore not to accept the offer tendered them to Purchase their farms because of the heavy burdens which would surely accrue under present circumstances and also because lord Guil Lamore had evicted two of his tenants. To considered persons taking the farms of evicted tenant cowardly Slimy renegades and social lepers a contract with whom should to considered a stigma the Cardinal object of Irish agitation he said is the total uprooting of the landlords from the soil a advices from st Petersburg Are to the effect that an army of Boer who had been shot in the Region of the heart was taken to a Hospital where the doctors declared that his wound was mortal. The officer thereupon admitted that he had shot himself in order to avoid the necessity of shooting the Czar. He said he was a member of a secret society which had balloted to decide who should undertake to assassinate the Czar and the Choice had fallen upon him. A father Stephens of a Laragh county Donegal has been arrested at Dun Finaghy in Tho same county under the coercion act Patrick Doyle of Gap Dunlop was murdered in his House. He recently some sheep steamers. Or. Wlliam o Brien has left Ireland for the South of Europe where he will Endeavor to recuperate his health. A a dispatch from Paris says that Cardinal Gibbons has written another letter urging tie Vatican not to condemn fiery George s writ i prs on Tho ground that George Only follows the theories of Spencer and Mill and that it is bettor to allow false theories to die a natural death than to fan them by giving them artificial Hotes a mrs. Clarissa Jackson a coloured woman living in Delaware township Hancock county says a Cleveland special has just become a grandmother at the ago of 25 years. Mrs. Jackson was married when but 11 years old and while yet in her 12th year gave birth to a a tighter. Tho latter followed her Mother s example became a wife at 12 and a Mother at i a. A a st. Louis dispatch announces the death of George Clark one of the Best known printers in the United states. He had been thrice president of Tho Lute National typographical Union and president of the local Union limes without number. Or. Clark was a prominent candidate for the office of Public Printer previous to the appointment of Benedict and had the endorsement of All the typographical unions As Well As the support of the Missouri delegation in Congress. He would have been appointed had not Tho president preferred an Eastern Man. Or. Clark %va8 proof Reader on the Globe det Nerat at the time of his death. A a Washington special of saturday says Quot the improvement in speaker Carlisle s heal tii still continues. Yesterday he and mrs. Carlisle and the speaker s Niece. Miss Queen left for Baltimore where they took a Revenue Cutter for fortress Monroe. They will probably be gone ten Days or two a the Bishop of Bacine died at Chicou cime que., and rear Admiral Clark h. Wells passed away in Points. A the Louisiana Republican 8tate convention met at new Orleans Aud the following ticket was nominated by acclamation for governor h. Warmoth of Plaquemine lieutenant governor h c. Minor of Terre Bonne Secretary of state j. F. Patty of st Mary state treasurer Andrew hero of new Orleans state auditor James Forsythe of Catahoula attorney general Gan. W. G. Wyley of East Carroll superintendent of education b. F. Flanders of Lafayette. A two thing Tho democratic members of the ways and Means committee Are believed to have decided upon and those Are to place Wool on the free list and to Reduci the duty on steel rails to i a ton says a Washington special. They have talked about reducing the duty on pottery Aud a repeal of those on chemicals but no Defluiter conclusions have been reached in reference to those articles. A on the 116th ballot Tho republicans of Tho eleventh Michigan congressional District in convention at Ishpeming no mated Henry w. B Eynour of Sault Ste. Mario for Congress. The democrats met at Marquette and named Bartley Breen while the prohibitionists in convention at ish Pemma named s. 8. Stulle for Tho vacant congressional seat a the new York democratic Stata committee assembled at Albany for the purpose of choosing a National committeeman to succeed the lat3 Hubert o. Thompson. It appears that president Cleveland Ane gov. Hal had an equal number of adherents on the state committee which after balloting a number of times adjourned without effecting a Choice. Thus now York will have no representation this year in the National democratic committee. A Julius 8. Grinnell is growing As a candidate for governor of Illinois on the democratic ticket says a Chicago Telegram. His party in Cook county is not Emited on him but the country press is beginning to place his name at the head of its columns. A the preside of has sent the following nominations to the Senate Knut it o. Harris of Minnesota to be receiver of Public moneys at Fergus Falls Minn. Myron h. Rowley of Dakota to be Register of the land office at Mitcheu d. T. Commodore Bancroft Gherardi to by a rear Admiral Captain William e. Fitzhugh to be a Commodore and commander Henry r Robeson to be a Captain. Financial and Industrial a an Ithaca x. A dispatch chronicles the failure of Tho great firm of Gregg a company manufacturers of agricultural implements. Tho firm did an Immons business and had Branch offices in nearly every state in the Union. The firm manufactured a general line of agricultural machinery such As mowers reapers sulky rakes binders Lawn mowers Etc. R. Duncan amp company s stove works at Sharon pa., were closed on judgments of 9,. The restaurant of f. Stebbins at Mason City Iowa was closed by the sheriff. Liabilities �20,000 assets $5,000. The Buffalo rubber company of Buffalo n. Y., has assigned giving preferences off . Byron a. Shotwell Cigar manufacturer of new York has failed. A there is an impression abroad that the Backbone of Tho great miners strike has been broken says a Reading a special it has been reported that the miners were returning to work. This is not True. A few of the Reading collieries Are working but very Short handed. Not .500 men Are working at All the mines in the Schuylkill regions. The families of Many of the miners Are suffering from Lack of food Anil fuel and the severe weather makes their sufferings greater. A Seymour it Curtis of Minneapolis Minn., have failed for $4.5,000.fires and accidents. A a Victoria b. A special says Quot an explosion occurred in no. 5 pit of the Wellington collieries by which upward of fifty lives were lost a temporary Cage was made and lowered the miners climbing to it by Means of ladders so that at 1 o clock Loa of the Ico men in the mine had been rescued. One White Robert Williams was taken out dead. The explosion took place in the last level and in this Twenty five White miners and a number of chinese were employed. Fears that they were All killed were verified later for at 5 o clock All the White men were carried to the surface dead and the work of taking out the chinese was begun. Quot a by the burning of the York a daily publishing company $75,000 went up in smoke. A flames broke out in the chamber of com Merce building at Peoria 111., sunday night Aud were soon beyond control. When the roof fell in seven or eight firemen were carried Down to the third floor and two of Thom were very badly crushed and burned. Iho building a handsome one is a total loss. It was erected in 1875 at a Cost of f u5,000, and the property of those occupying it will make the loss fully $.50,000 More. On the lower floors were the offices of the Western Union and the Mutual Telegraph companies the offices of All ithe fast freight lines and several Grain and commission merchants the Peoria improvement association and others. A the destruction Ivy fire of the Johnson flour Mills at Milan Iii., entailed a loss of $40,0 0. A the Empire Block at Mai one n. Y., was reduced to ashes causing a loss of upward of �200,000. A afire at eau Claire wis., destroyed property to the value of $.5.5,000, the sufferers being largely storekeeper. A a fire at Springfield Iii destroyed the office where the state printing is done involving a loss of $7.5,0j0. A Large amount of work in course of completion was destroyed. A a defective flue in the four Story building occupied by or log it sons merchant tailors and Iceren Brothers manufacturing jewellers at Pittsburg resulted in a fire which burned fiercely for eight hours Aud occasioned a loss of $3x,0m a a broken rail throw three cars from the tracks of the grand Haven la Oad sixth five Miles West of Detroit and six persons were seriously injured. broke out in the store of Henry Rogers amp co., no. 54s Broadway new York and extended on either Side until eight buildings had been destroyed thirty firms were burned out and the stuck of other merchants were damaged by water. Several firemen were Hurt b falling Walls one of the victims d aug of his injuries. The loss is figured at $1,4u0,0 >j0, while the insurance reach a Inch higher criminal record. A an extensive and systematic larceny of Quot Coal has been discovered at Bainbridge Ross county Ohio. Fifteen prominent citizens of the town including the marshal hotel proprietor and a pro byte Ria preach ice have been arrested. Detectives say that half the citizens of the town Are in the steal. A three masked men entered the re Sidonye of Henry Merritt a wealthy Recluse who lives near Huntingdon pa., Aud demanded to be shown where his Money was concealed sayd a Pittsburg Dis Ratcli. His assailants Jound and gagged him and failing in their efforts to extort a confession by these niemans held his Bare feet to the fire Aud otherwise tortured him. Loav ing him in an unconscious condition Tho robbers proceeded to search the House and found a Coo with which they made off. Or. Mer Ritta was left bound and gagged and was not released for several hours. He has Boer engaged in the lumber Trade for Many years and is Well known in Michigan an i Wisconsin. Hia injuries Are thought to to fatal. b. Hitchcock and his wife were found murdered on their farm in los Angeles county Cal they had been to Santa Ana where they had Given a deed of their farm to a German Fritz a Schlag who is supposed to have murdered them in order to get the Purchase had paid them for the farm. Or. Hitchcock and his wife were formerly residents of Elgin 111. A Schlag and his partner Antone a Dyk til have been arrested. A gov. Wilson of West Virginia has been called upon for Aid to suppress the Mccoy and Hatfield gangs whose bloody deeds Havio. Become so notorious the trouble originated just after the close of the rebellion and has been kept up at intervals Ever since. It was believed at one time that peace had be ii declared but hostilities were renewed a month ago. Since which time a number of Persona of each party have been killed and there does not seem to be any Prospect of peace. A the jury in the Case of Cora lae at Springfield mo., returned a verdict of not guilty and she was discharged from custody. This ends one of the most celebrated cases Ever tried in the Southwest and will probably be the ending of the whole matter As it is stated the prosecution Ltd attorney will Nolle the Cao against mrs. Molloy she also being indicted As accessory before and after the crime. A the jury in the trial of Tho election workers at Indianapolis returned a verdict finding Simeon Coy and w. F. A. Bernhammer guilty As charged and declaring Stephen j. Mattler not guilty. Judge Claypool one of the lawyers engaged in prosecuting the cafes was assaulted by John e , county clerk whom Claypool denounced in the trial As a villain. A three coloured men were taken from jail at Plymouth n. C., and riddled with bullets. National Law makers. But la being done 1>y tie us Tiona notes. A the Secretary of the Treasury has informed outside officers Itiat he has officially determined that the importation of Moat cattle from great Britain and Ireland under certain prescribed conditions will not tend to the introduction or spread of infectious or contagious diseases among the cattle of Tho United states. A James hassle who was stolen from his parents at Camden n. J., Twenty five years ago was discovered by them last week. Regarding the fierce vendetta that is being waged bet in the Hatfield and Mccoy factions in Pike county Kentucky and Logan county West Virginia a cattle Surg by special says the scenes now Are in i Gan county a sparsely settled District entirely without Railroad or Telegraph facilities and with Only a Tri weekly mail consequently All news of a general character is brought by a special courier. Some Pike county people were Here to Day and purchased Aud shipped sixteen Winchester rifles having purchased All that were to be had at the hardware stores. It is also a known fact that a Hatfield Man was Here a Day or to ago and purchased Sio Worth of . This coupled with the fact that the county judge and county attorney of Pike county have gone to Frankfort in quest of arms looks very much like the War is on in Earnest and that the Wilda of West Virginia will ring with music during the coming week. Almost everybody is up in arms in the two counties named above and the excitement increases daily. A Tho Grant Monument at now y Ork has adopted the draft of a circular to to sent to All architects and sculptors who wish to compete for the Honor of designing the memorial to Gen. Grant. The estimated Cost is s.50t,000 instead of a j ,000, the orig Al figure. A the natural heirs of mrs. Stewart have combined and will begin it Iuit to break the will of the great merchant s Wdow giving most of her property to Henry Hilton. A Henry e. Dixey the actor unsuccessful in his suit against or. Morrison Mun Ford editor of the Kansas City times for criminal libel. A miss Nina Van Zandt the proxy widow says a Chicago Telegram has received the following letter from Prague Rohemia it the annual meeting of the Young anarchists of Bohemia hold Ian. 10, 1888, the following Resolution was adopted unanimously with great enthusiasm we the Young anarchists of Bohemia express to Vou highly respected wife of our Ideal our Heartfelt condolence and our greatest sorrow Over the death of our Noble Leader. In dying so bravely for a Good cause he has tied us All with new common Bonds. Among the men who offered their lives while lighting for our highest ideals he will always be in the front ranks. At the same time we must express our Abhorrence to the tribunal of a land which not Long before could proud itself of Beine the freest on Earth. In the name of the Young anarchists of Bohemia. A. a w. Is Hekler. Miss Van Zandt feels highly flattered by this letter. It had never occurred to her that she achieved Fame not Only in America but also in Europe and when she was told that socialists and anarchists in Enji Laud France Germany and .\u8tria Are her ardent worshippers and that her picture adorned Many a dwelling of the european proletarians she Codd not suppress a Smilo of gratification. Latest Market quotations. York cattle. Hugs. So . Wheat no. 1 a plug. No. 1 Rod. Conns no i. Oats while. Pokky new . Chi age. to prime Ste Ora Good. It on Ink to i air. Hogs shipping grades. Sir up. I Ikata no. 1 ked Winter. Count no. I. Oats no. 2. . I. Butt eke Choice Creamery. Fine Dairy. Chefs a full Cro Iii now. fresh. a per by. Pork a mess. do. Wheat Cash. Cox a Cash. Oats no. I White. Clover seek. Kansas City. Wheat no. 1. Count no. 2. Oats no. A a. . Wheat Cash. Count no. Oats no. 2 White. Kyeu no. 1. Bakey a no. La. Touko mess. St. . In at no 2 red. . Oats Cash. . Bab Leit. . . Cattle. Hons. Sheep. The air no. 1 Alvite. Con a no. 3 y Ellow. East id Eltty. Cattle Primo. Fair. Common. Hogs. Sleep. Lambs. Omaha. Cattle prime. Common. Hogs Choice. Mixed. So Eph prime. Fair. Compion. He Quot i 3.7s Quot 25 amp 0.00 5.00 i i it ,90 Fly .90 .91 if4 ,90vj .61 .02 .40 a a 14.7,. To 15.2 a 5.011 amp .0.7.-. 4.2. It to 5.00 .�.2.� in 3.00 Ltd 6.00 80 l c .81 .16 m .48 is tip .31 .8 1 Ato if .2 a Ltd .21 .12 o .124 .2 i .21 j i a .95 11. >0 v�-15.00 .85 la a .85 a Oil amp .02 amp .34 a i.95 .80 if .80j< .�T�2v.ca� .4a Soto .48u .48 a�5 Vii Quot to i it a. ,<0 .07 .7� 14.00 14.25 .81 @ .47 .04 i0 .81 .41 .66 .9,> 14.50 4.75 be .5.50 of in Iii 6.00 5.0j amp .0.75 .92 to .93 .5.00 4.u0 3.00 5.50 4.->0 5.25 .1.7 5.00 4.50 3.75 8.00 2.00 amp 5.25 4.50 in 3.50 amp 6.25 to i 5.25 a 6.00 0 4.25 amp 4.09 Ltd i 5.50 a a 5.25 amp 4.25 a s.50 amp 2.s9 Iii committee on manufactures reported to he House on Jan. 25, and that body immedi to Tely passe 1, the Road Letioa introduced by or. Dason of Illinois directing that Coli Muttee to no Wiira into tiie Tiamen uni Bur and extent if the corporate our to Gage in Mauu Fao during or Iii ining or dealing in any of he Tecusa Itin of life. Aud known As trusts Quot and Quot pools Quot their Lue Thoda of doing a Uaine As and the effect of their upon the prices of necessaries. Or. Springer i resented a Jue Crial of settlers on the Public ads strip praying for the organization of the territory of Cimarron. The Senate Bill a i Bor izing the construction of a Bridge across Jie mi8si88ii i Kiver at Burlington was passed 3y the House. The Senate pensions commit see made a favourable report on the Bill Intro tuned by senator Manderson known As she grand army Bill to pension sex sol piers Aud sailors who Are incapacitated or manual labor and provide pensions for is pendent relatives of deceased soldiers. Or. Chandler s resolutions calling for information rom the Navy department were taken up by Ibe Senate and passed. Or. Butler in behalf of the minority of the committee on territories reported a substitute Tor the Bill reported by senator Piatt for the division of i it Dakota and be admission of the Northern half As a state. The substitute is in the nature of an enabling it to allow Tho people of the whole territory form a state government. The Senate amended and passed the deficiency appropriation Bill a Bill granting a pension of $2,00u a year to Urs. John a. Logan passed the Senate on the i6th ult. By a vote of 55 to 7. A Bill increasing to $2,000 a year the pension of the widow of lieu. Frank p. Blair was Pauaea by a vote of 4 t a. On motion of Quay tiie senat a of from tue Calendar Aud passed tha Bill in Are Sinic the pension Tor total deut near to a North Iron �13, and Alio wine a proportion at a Saiag for partial death eat. Or. Blair Lulu leased the Senate in Bux it Ort of his Duea Lional Bill. Or spooler introduced a Bill to regulate Commerce carried on by cel Grai h. Among the petitions a it resented in the Senata was one from the Chicago Board of Trade asking for retaliatory legislation against France and Germany for excluding american Moat. Other petitions Wero preheat so from Pennsylvania against the admission of Utah a a state with polygamy rom various states in favor of i Roui Bivion a Tho District of Columbia and one from new Jersey in favor of licensing Railroad conductors. Fhe appropriations committee reported the House Bih to Quot carry into elect the agricultural Experiment act the House of Keresen Tatevos passed the following Bills Auie Naing the navigation Laws i providing for the Sale of tie new York Indium lands in Kansas to subdivide the Western judicial District of Louisiana approx Ria tink s17.>,0j0 for Tho repair of the l United states War steamship Hartford providing for holding terms of court at in Lucy 111. Regulating Pratico in cases removed from state to Federal courts. It provides that the plaintiff shall not to required to give Security for costs of the suit if he be a citizen of the state in which the suit Isaa brought. Or. Belmont from Tho committee on foreign i fairs reported the joint Resolution accepting the invitation of Tho 1 Rench Republic to Tak part in the Wiite rational to to held in Paris in ikr<9, and sf200,00i to enable the l United states to participate. Or. Blam from the c Cui Mittee on coi Aafje weights Aud measures reported a Bill to discontinue the coinage of thei cent piece. The de eyed Deal ii nay Bill of last year with Senate men mencs waa favourably reported in the 27th ult. In the hoi de and Pola of. Or. White of new Quot York Iutva Oduces a Bill withdrawing from disposal the in surveyed Public lauds embracing natural forests and All Pul it Lic lands returned by the Public surveys As Timber lands. It provides for the appointment of a commissioner of forests and four assistant commissioners whose duty it shall be to classify the forests and Timber lands and to Termine what portion of those lands Shaw by permanently retained in reservation for Matic and other economic or Public reasons Alt what portion May be disposed of. Lands which Are Mora valuable for agricultural than Timber purpose shall to restored to Homestead entry and Sale. The Senate was not in session. My. I Ofle Iod a Resolution in the Senate on the Joth ult. Instructing the pos Torlice committee to inti ire into the causes of the a efficient mail service especially in the West and South and presented Ouw paper attracts and letters to show the Pienio crated Quot condition of the service in Kansas Tho result of a stupid att Emit to make a record of Economy. The Senate pos Torlice Coli Mittie to forced adversely on a proposition to reduce letter postage to one cent. Or. Morgan made his third speech in the Senate in opposition to the Lii air education Bill. The Senate passed the Huus Bill Maikui an appropriation to carry into effect the Law Dettt Lishing stations at agricultural colleges. Or. Cullous Iutva Oduces the Bill introduced in Tho House by or. Henderson for Tho construction of the Hennepin canal Ana appropriating . In Tho House of Kep res putative. Or. Cutcheon of Michigan introduced a Sesoi Tiou dec luring it to i e the sense of the House that in any revision of the Tahiti the urine Clivle of Protection to american Iii Btry and the maintenance of Tho it of is of american workmen at the american Standard of fit to be distinctly recognized and term la adhered to that duties ought not to by Imi hired for Revenue Only but the production of Quot those articles which the l United it Tuitea Bas abundant raw material tied labor t produce ought to be protected Purtic gently to enable american to maintain free Competition in the american Market and that articles on Tho free list should be selected from among such of life As Aie not produced in Adoti uate quantities in this country. Tho speaker pro Tern Laid before the House a letter in m Tho i Public i renter discharges made by him and denying the charge that the it ou"re8sional work of the Ollice is largely in arrears. After Sonbi Depablo debate the House adopted a Resolution order us. An investigation of the adminis ratio of the printing office Dir aug Tho incumbency of the present i Public Fri iter and that of his predecessor the following Bills and resolutions were introduced in the House Aud referred by or. Townshend to place Salt on Tho free by or lax Ler Al Lishin the tax on by or. Tarsney for the erection m of a statue to Gen. Custer by or. Kland. For Tho Arthur coinage of Silver und for the Medeni Union of National Bank la a. Chinian in i biting aliens fro i of corporations or accepting on a team or Street railroads on and Iver unsent it state to tract work or on inv vessel wholly engaged in n Ivi Guti uti i Niton states Waters by or. Owen a Thori in a Sui Rev for the purpose of mailing Aud maintaining a continuous waterway Troia Lake Mich ii an to the Mississippi. Fortune made. Quot that Laud i Boi Iglitz of you the other Day Quot said an easterner to amp Missouri Man Quot disappoints How so Quot Quot wily Vou misrepresented it. Ion said that it was valuable but instead of that it is unsightly and covered with Quot with stumps he Quot Quot yes and most of them Are hollow and Are full of water showing that the land is Quot stumps full of water Quot Quot then your Fortune is made. Quot How so quota a Quot Why bottle the water and sell i1 for . Let s see your name it Johnson Quot Carpe Terby Trade Quot yes Quot Quot my dear or. Johnson x congratulate traveler

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