10 Aralık 1890 Tarihli Omaha Daily Bee Gazetesi Sayfa 1

10 Aralık 1890 Tarihli Omaha Daily Bee Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE TWENTIETH. YEAR. OMAHA , WEDNESDAY JMORNESfG , DEOEMBEK 10 , 1890. NUMBER 175. IJo Will Guide the Destinies of the Union Pacific Until Further Orders , MR , HOLCOMB APPOINTED AS ASSISTANT , Clnrk'H Klcctlon to Hie Vice 1'rofcl- Ucnoy Will Iiiiincillntely K tionld SpnakH ol' tlio New Nr.w YOUK , Dec. 9. 1'rcsldcnt Sidney Dil lon of the Union Pacific today Issued an ofll- did order Betting forth that by consent and direction of tlio executive committee H. II. H. Clark Is until further order appointed gen eral manager In plnco of W. II , Holco'nb , re signed. All departments of the company nro subject to the appointment , J > Ir. Clark Issues nn order appointing I lolcomb assistant general manager of the Union Pnclllo rail way controlled unit operated lines with head quarters at Omaha. It Is understood that IMr. Clark will soon bo elected vlco presi dent. Union I'nclllo limiting Debt. UOSTOX , Muss. , Dec. 0. Director Ames of ttio Union Piicillc , In nn interview today , sold : "I bcllovo the October earnings nro tlio worst the Union Pacific will show for many months. They tell us from Omaha Novem ber should stiow improvement and I feel sure that December will continue the Improve ment , hut I have been sn much disappointed in monthly returns that I do not like to prophesy. The trnstcss have cancelled dur ing thUyear ( r.lTi,000 ( , of bonds , reducing the annual llxcd charges by nearly $ (500,000 ( , but only half of this reduction will show in this rear's ri'port. This leaves outstanding only | < ) , GiO,0X : ( ) of tbo 8 per cent bonds , nnd nt maturity , In September , IbM. the company will cancel the entire issue , anil when all ttie land notes are paid there will bo n balance from land assets to bo converted into the Union Pacillo treasury. Trustees of this land money have now I,000XX ( ) in hand foi Invcsttncbt In bonds. Besides tills the trus tees of the Kansas Pacillo consolidated inert ga o have another $1,000,000 OP. hand. "Tlio Union Pacific has not bad to paj above G per cent upon Its lloating debt nut much of It runs at a less rate. A small pan only Is on call nnd this at our bunks Mono of it has been held by Mr Gould. Very few of our loans mature th ! month , Wo have not been pressed for money nor nrc wo lliiely to bo. Our borrowings ai not mature until well into next year. Al our loans are covered wltli an abundance o collateral and wo still haveamplecollatcra left in our vaults.1' llllnolH Central's Ijnko Krotit lllglit Ciuctoo , Dec. o. ( Special Telegram tx Tun lieu. ] The announcement of the 111 ! nois Central railroad company that It pos sesscd , by virtue of past legislation , ccrtali rights on the lake front not dreamed of b ; the public , has created a veritable sensation Street Engineer Hlrsch wns engaged tlii morning in looking up the ordinances of IWif by wlilch tbo Illinois Central claims to hoi possession of the laud upon which its track on the lalco front nro laid , and n portion o Which the city is now endeavoring to have i vacate. The engineer found that nrcsolutlo of 1885 liaa ix-ally been adopted by th city council which gives to the railroad com pany nil thotluclulms to own at the prcson timo. By this resolution the company wn allowed to curve its tracks t00 ! feet south o Randolph street northwesterly to Its prcson depot , crossing the north line of Handolp' Btrcet 100 feel west of what was Its forme terrltorv as granted under" the ordinance o 1852. linctcr that resolution the company dl the filling up of iho lalto front that was sul scquently done , nnd there Is nothing in th -refolutlou which states ns to whom the Illlc lafitl shall belong , except so far ns It , relate to the lining done on the track line of th railroad company. Tbo AtcliiHun'H Annual Iloport. BOSTON" , Jlass. , Dec. 9 , The annual ropoi of the Atchlson , Topeka & Santa Fo for tl year ending JunoSIO , 1SS9 , is made to Inclui : six months from January to Juno Intcrvcniii between the close of tbo former fiscal yen The report gives In detail the record of tl amalgamations during the year and says tl result to the company has proven satlsfa tory in every respect , and the completion ( plans now in progress , looking to thosan end , will demonstrate the wisdom of tl policy outlined. Tbo largo expenditures n : explained on the ground of bringing up tl roadbeds mid tracks of acquired lines ttio proper standard , etc. Since Augus 18S9 , ttio tralllc on all lines has been hca\ and It has boon found necessary to make pr Vision for u largo amount of additional cqui inent , etc. The total operating milcago T.110 , Gross earnings were $111,004,357 ; 1 crease , $3,4:11,178. : Ttie operating oxpens were yOtt0,3Sfl ! ; Increase , § 1111,903. N earnings , $10OS,071 ) : increase , 1,1111 , 5 ! : The statement of the St. Louis & San Fra clsco rend shows the total earnings to fO,394OG8 , ; Increase , KKO.S'JJ. Operating c ponscs , t3,47ltjl : ; increase , SirJ-24 : N earnings , fcJDl-iST ) ( ; Increase , § 151,008. Strike ol' Union Paolllu Switohmc OniiKN , Utah , Dec , 0. [ Special Tclo rs to Tnu IF.i.J ) There Is a strike in t Union Pacillo yards hero among the swlt < men. About sixty days ago a press of bu ness In ttio yards caused the company to i on two additional switch engines and o man was added to each crew , making four one engine instead of three ns before , 1 cently the added man wns laid off , owing tbo fact that , the emergency had passed 1 To this the crows objected , and as their ( lections were not compiled with , they we out. Attempts to settle tlio difficulty tin failed , as the switchmen Insist on four in to a crew , The company tins brought in men hero several times , but the strikers hn intimidated them or pursuadcd them not go to work. To meet the emergency , lei oftl''iats have been doing the switching n will doubtless continue thosamu line of poll tomorrow. The yards are about two diiys ! bind at present. The strikers circulate petition among the business men today for expression of opinion approving their cour Some signed nnd .soino refused. The sit tlon Is quiet , having uo very serious aspe as yet. - _ The diaries AgainM the Atuhlson CHICAGO , Deo. 0. [ Special Telegram TUB Bii.l : The general passenger agei of the southwestern Missouri river llne.s i at Chairman Finloy's ofllco today to consli tlio charges against the Atchlson road , wh is accused of paying fci commission on tick from Chicago to ICnnsas City , it was fet that the charges could not bo fully subst tinted and tbo meeting took no other act than to authorize Clmlnmm Kinlcy to li into the matter further nnd adopt such me urea as In tils Judgment seemed advisable keep the market clear of Irrcguliir tickets. 'XI n > Union I'.ioillu'H New Nr.w YOHK , Deo. 9. Jay Gould , In an torvlow today , said , In rcforvnco to the inors as to the Union I'aclilc's lloating do 'The company had to pay f1tXX,000 ) for now equipment wblch It badly needed i the people wanted their money , That 1ms been arranged and the company receives now locomotives unj between for rand I thousand freight cars , which will enable road to more than move the wheat In northwest wlilch could not bo handled on count of the scarcity of cars , " "Western l Volilit AKNOointlon. CillCAUo , Dee , 0 , [ Special Telegram H'liB 13EK. ] The "Western freight assoclni r Uu regular session hero today , but i fined IU deliberations to matters of no gen eral Interest. The question of relative rates on bogs nnd packing house product from Kansas City , which has been reopened In the hope that the Chicago k Alton nmy be able to get rid of Its contracts , was laid over until tomonow. Iho Hook Inland Will NKW Yonic , Dec. 0 , President Cable of the I Jock Island road will sign the iiBrccinent now being circulated prellinlntirvto the for mation of anew railway association. The Wtist lolnt Tci-iiilnul Directory. RICHMOND , Vn. , Dec , 0. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Hlehmond & West Point Terminal company today , Jay Gould , George Gould , Sidney Dlllpn and CnhlnS. Hricowcra among tlio now directors elected. The report of the president called attention to the prosperity of the company and referred to the important alliance with the Missouri I'nclllc , connecting lU.Moitiplila and Arkansas City. < Imlrnutn Walker on Pooling. CIIICAOO , Dec. 9. [ Special Tclogwin to Tin : HBB.-Ohr.lrniaaA. ] F. "Walker of the Interstate Commerce Itnllway association , speaking of the qnnual report ol the inter state commission today , said : "I am sorry to see that the commission again dodges the pooling question. It was expected that it would have something to soy on that question , with perhaps n recom mendation to congress to modify the law Wlilch prohibits pooling. I have carefully studied the subject , and if tlioro U any plan besides pooling that will put an end to rnto wars ancl demoralization I nave been unable to find It , Uy no means would I bo In favor of the system as It formerly existed , but If It were established under government mRula- tlon and control , as It should be.lt would bo in the interest , not only of the railroads , but of the general public. There may bo other ways of preventing or stopping tlio ruinous competition that tius brought so ninny roads to the uergo of ruin , but I have not heard of them. Perhaps It can bo done by lines nnd Imprisonment , but I don't believe the evil will ever bo remedied in that way. " F.IT.IL C'VLKIX Koiir I'roplo Ivtllod , Several Injured nnd KOIISCH Blown Down , ATIANTA , Ga. , Dec. 0 , Yesterday near Monroe , Walton county , a cyclone cleared a space several miles long mid about ono hun dred yards wide , blowing down houses and killing sovcral people. .laclc Henderson was killed , his wife hurt , and thc-lr baby was carried 300 yard ) and was so b.idly Injured that It tiled soon after It was found. A family of negroes iiamccl Jackson were buried In the ruins of their cabin nnd two ol them killed. One other bouso containing seven negroes was blown down , but all cs , caped unhurt. JVHX C'joir The \Vcll Known I'uglllHt Shot During a Quarrel in , ' DESvnn , Colo. , DM. 9. [ Special Telegram to Tun DEC.J John P. Clew has ntlast mei his fate and went down a corpse this morn Ing in Murphy's Exchange saloon before i revolver fired by ttio hand of Frank 0. Mar shall. Ono bullet entered his brain and th ( other passed through his body. As ho laj dead on' , ho floor Marshall stepped from th < ptaco uriuhtivo himself un to an ofllcor. Hi is respectably connected , being the son o General Prank J. Marshall , a Coloradi pioneer , aud brother of Itov. Charles II Mnrshull , rector of Trinity Memorial church , The trouble between the two men was over i horse trado. N * CIo\v lias resided'in"Jolorado ' sitico ho wa ; six years of age , and had Ids ambition fired ti become a prize fighter when John L. Sulll van first visited the west. It wni hero ho began his career ns a pugil 1st. Ho fought for the middle weight championship hero and alsi for the middle weight medal offered by Kick nrd 1C. Fox. This medal he won accordlnj to the terms in three successive battle's , do foaling Brennan , Cush and Morrison. Th < latter fell a victim to Clow's ' science am strength twice. Other famous bat tics of his have been as follows : "Witt Harry P. Hynds of Choyoiino , throe rounds at IlivwllnsVyo.ja \ thlrtcen-round drav with Jim Fell at Muskegon , Mien , . ; will Huoy Sexton , twelve rounds , nt Kansas City lie boxed a two weeks engagement at : Philadelphia theater , meeting all comers four a , week. There he made u bettor rocorc than nny other pugilist made there. Ho wa ! succeeded there by ICil rain , nad made a mucl better record than the latter , for ho knocke out men with wticm Kilrain mudoadr.w IIo then boxed a four-round draw at Halt' ' more , defeated Curtis at Eau Cinlrc , Wis. . . . tlion P. J. Uonnor in oix round , utDuluth , Minn. , where ho nlso knocked on 1'iuUly McDonald In six rounds , Hodcfeatc Mart Fuhov nt Minneapolis in niuo rounds and O. II. Smith nt Ashland , Wis. Heals fought n fifteen round draw with Fran Glover at Minneapolis. At bis Plnladelphi engagement ho met and defeated Denny Kl len. Tom Kelly , Hill Grohlg , Denny Kellehe and Joe Downing , who welphod 5240 pound : Ills last battle was with Mllta Conloy , tl : Ithaca giant , in which ho was worstei Since then ho bos keep out or tlio ring. For two nrtlirco yean past Clew has bee drinking a good deal , and when drunk wi Inclined to bo quarrelsome and abusive , rel ; ing on liir science to help him out. La spring ho was shot and dangerously woundc byUnrrctt Hughes , but recovered. Ho h ; at last met the fate bo has so often Invited. A Carrier's Pluht wltli Highwaymen slut NASIIVII.I.C , Tonn. , Dec. 9. [ Spoolal Tel ut gramtoTnu BKH. ] Robert Beal , the me note carrier from tills place to Friendship , had tote desperate encounter Saturday night betwee tote Crockett's Mills and Friendship with tv to high way robbers. The night was very dai 'i'1 ' nnd the carrier was not aware of their pre enco until ho wns ordered to halt. IIo r spondedby firing at them , but they immei ntcly returned theflre , and n general fuslla en enW followed. I'lio mall ba were finally sccur ! W by the robber * , and they made their oscar. vote In the skirmish the carrier received a He toMl wound nnd hh horse was killed. The mi Mlml sacks were found Sundn/ morning nbo fifty yards from whore tlio struggle occurr , ey . Upon invc/s 1 Saturday night , ripped open. / JO- la gallon It was found , that they did not pet i ni money , as there were no registered letters an the innll. The onlv clue to the robbers Is . so. hat captured by the carrier from ono of tno : la- la.Is Amu lor ihoVoHt , WASHINGTON , Deo. 0 , The president ti approved tlio Joint resolution authorizing t to secretary of war to Issue 1,000 stands of nri its to North nnd South Dakota , Wyoming , Me : iet I nun nnd Nebraska. ler llcprpsonttitlvo Stoclibrldgo from the co Idi mlttooon coinmereo reported favorably t ets Bcnatobill providing for the inspection etsml live Battle , hogs iiiul all animals nnd mci un designed fur consumption in the state otl ion than that In which the milmnta may wk slaut'hteiedor when intended for export. as- asto Murder ixnil f'uluiilo , C.VIITIIAOI'I HI , Doe , U. Intelligence v * nt. received hero today of the murder of A. In- McCall , n former prominent citizen of t place , by Sebron Marquis at DavtonVa \ : rti- ' ington. Tlio two nic'n were neighbors , u bt : McCull lonned Sebron seine straw. Sebi the took udvantago of McCall's kindness nnd c iml I rled IUVMV moro straw than Im could ntTo When McCall expostulated Sobron ahotl : iiO ; killing him Instantly. Sobrou then sulcid Ivo Iho Gold the NEW YORK , Deo. O.-Ovcrfcl.OOO.OOO Ing ac- will start this week from Europe for N York. This will tend very strongly to rcli < the money stringency la this country , thn tent of which was shown today wlicn va to for money advanced tg > . per cent and In ) 1011 cst for no apparent l cause except four oa ' part of cavil -allsti. - ; THEY BREATHE MORE FREELY An Evident Eenio of Eellof Among the Irish Secessionists , MYSTERY DISPELLED-THE ROD BROKEN , To Ireland the Clani Adjourn , With Dloud in Thi-lr Several Kycs A Tory Cnmi > nlK" Fund. ICopi/r/fiM / ISOObti Jama Gordon L.ONIIOH , HOUSK OF COMMONS , Dec , 0. [ Now Yorlc Herald Cable Special to THE BBD.I All Is over till January 22 , but as there la never any telling what may happen hero , the leader of the now Irish party remained on guard during ttio silting. With him was Tim Healy , ono of the eight members of the cabinet. Is the cabinet really a vigilance eonunltteo , mid is my good colleague , Justin McCarthy , to bo watched 1 A party with eight heads Is a novelty the tall will never bo able to wag It. Justin managed the ma chine half the day and Tim Henly took It in hand the other half. Sexton looked through the aoor occasionally to see that all was fair. There is evidently a strong sense of relief among the secessionists. Now that they have got rid of their tyrant they brcattio the air of liberty again. 1'arncll no doubt drew tlio strings too tight. It was nil very well while ho was strong , but the moment a.wo k place showed In tils position the discontented wcro sure to strike it. Now they are .like men relieved of some heavy load. They no longer look nt the door with fear lest the man of mystery with his rod of Iron should walk In. They have dispelled the mystery nnd broken the rod. Tonight many of them have gene to Ireland to light their late chief on his na tive heath. They nro rather short of money , but perhaps the distinguished committee will pet up a now famine fund for their bene fit. Kllkennoy Is a suitable place for the real fight to begin , Pope Hennessey has sent word that ho cannot support Parnoll against the opinions of the bishops , so It seems ho has religious scruples which none of us know before. The secessionist party will therefore bo obliged to run him , of which they nro not particularly glad. Parnell will put up a rival candidate , I hear In whispered tones. Ho may start a third man in the hope of running him in by division of the Irish camp. In fact , there is talk of getting up a tory fund to contest qyory seat in Ireland ; and yet Gladstone said on Saturday that homo i-ulo is saved. Bach hour inflicts some , now and deadly wound upon it. Will no ono heal the schism before It is too late ? A MKMIIEH OF PCIIMAMEKT. 'ltft i fix is \xrovs. . Ho Would Avoid nn Internecine Con- 11 lot at Any Coat. NKW YOHK , Dsc. 0. la consequence of the publication of misleading versions of cable grams between O'Brien nnd Parnell tlio lot- tnr today communicated to the proas the whole correspondonco. Ho cabled Parnell Sunday saying ho shrmkvwitli borrorfroni _ _ taking siaoii ngaTTiSX annTri"a su .IjgTc wnlcli opens such appalling prospects of ruin and disgrace to the cause. Ho appealed to Par- neil before Ireland was Irretrievably commit ted to a ruinous conflict , asking if ho could not sco some way by whichwhilo safe-guard- [ UK his ( Parnoll's ) own reputation , the coun try may bo saved from tbo destruction which threatens it. Ho appealed to Parnell as "tho leader for ten years I have been proud to fol low and the friend for whom I still feel a warm affection. " Parnell replied Monday that had O'Brien wired Saturday some sug gestion from him ( Parnell ) might have suc ceeded. Now it was too late for bim to res cue the secedcM from their false position. Ho would bo glad , however , to consult with O'Brien on the latter's ' arrival In Europe. O'Brien wired today that Parnoll's reply shows a misunderstanding of his ( O'Brien's ) message , which was sent with the lull coil' currcnco of his colleagues. The tone ot Par- noil's reply loaves little ground for hope , but having regard to ttio horrible consequences to the county of n prolonged internecine struggle ho ( O'Brien ) Is still anxious for an interview and will start Saturdaj from Franco on his way to Ireland. The envoys also arranged to send Gill will O'Lricn. Parnoll GOCH to Dublin. LONDON , Dec , 0. Parnell started for Dub lln tonight. A largo crowd of Irish resident ! of this city assembled at the railway stntloi and cheered him wildly. IIo spoke briefly expressing gratitude at the demonstration which , ho said , would help In the light hi had undertaken. They would have no cnusi to regret that they stood by him and to gether they would win for Ireland what Ooi determined she should got. Parnell will b the guest of the lord mayor of Dublin. Ther will bo nlargc procession on his arrival am ho will address the people. Ho has been In i. vital to visit Mltchelltown nnd is assured o i.o - an audience of 80,003 thero. A number of th oill faction the train. McCarthy were on same ill illa At a meeting of the iinti-Parncll soctio a today the manifesto was discussed , bu sn nothing definite decided upon. A telegrar to was received from the delegates in Amenc tok saying that they were co-operating by th methods they bollovo best to secure Parnell' s' withdrawal and the reunion of the party. it- - Merchants anil Dry Oootls MonUiieas Jo ed [ CaptirtaM tSX > liu Jama ( hirdnn IJennfU. } M.INCUESTEII , Dee. 0. [ Now York Hcral Cable Special to THE BKK.I An uncas ill feeling prevails owing to the slinky condltlo at of the Canadian dry goods trade. Severn - firms in Montreal , Quebec and Toronto hav already failed , and as some had buyers in thl iii market less than a couple of months agi a local shippers expect to Incur losses. Bin ; nllvlan & Archambault and Uoss , Foster. . Co , , both Montreal concerns , have collaosei nnd both had representatives In ManchesU n short time ago. The financial strain intl United States Is also producing some ; nnxlct ; ns and the position of certain eastern Importei la being noted carefully. Australian an Canadian dry goods failures during the pa : few weeks have affected Ungllsh shippers 1 of the extent of JC150,000. its IlnslncsH Troubles. icr | bo Nr.w YOUK , Dec. 9. The failure of Ca bran , Chaunccy & Co. , has Just been a irtunccdon the stock exchange. llosTox , Dec. 9Vhlttcn , Burdctt Young , wholesale clothiers , have nsslgnc ill's Liabilities , about $700,000. BOSTON , Dec. O.-O. W. Ingalls &Co. , sm ill- dc.ilcrs , assigned today. Liabilities , 200,00 nil ARKANSAS CITV , Kan. , Dec. \ > . The Aniei on can National bank of this city closed Its dee ar- this morning for lack of funds to meet 1 rd. obligations. Tlio stringency of money at im nn Inability to collect loans is given as tt cd. causes of failure. NKW VoiiK , Dec. 0. Nightingale Bros. Knight , silk manufacturers of Patcrson. I old J. , have assigned. The liabilities are not lo than 100,000 , nnd the assets are believed ow be about half that only amount , Tuollr 3VO has been In financial difltculty for snmo tlui CX. aim fora week or two past has bojn trjflt tes to effect a compromise with creditor. ) , buttl er. latter insisted on an assignment. Tholir . er..ho lias been laboring under difllcultles for sevi or eight yean , and the failure of their chl support , J. T. "WalkersSons ! &Co. , last month , precipitated the crash. Nr.w YOUK , Deo. 0. BliThnll & Hodges , builders , assigned today. Liabilities , $100,000. Livmirooi , , Dec. 0. Joseph Boumptiery & Co. , commission merchants , failed with lia bilities ofJEMMJOO. 4 inMT'r/rrcr ASK. Tlio Connrpss of Federated Labnr 1'orinulatofc Its Denmmls. DETHOIT , Mich. , Dec. 0. Among the roso- ' lutlons referred nt the federation of labor congress was ono to toke Iho telegraphs out of the hands of monopolists and place them In the hands of the government. This reso lution was applauded , ns nho ono for a world's labor congress in Chicago In 1893. A resolution looking to the opposition to pollco aggressions , especially armed bands known as the coo. police of Pennsylvania was prccted with iipplnuso. The federation was asked to endorse woman's ' suffrage. Various resolutions looking to the boycot ting of manufacturtos , supporting various union strikers and requests /or co-operation nnd assistance to organize a largo nuniuor of unions of tlio federation were adopted. The report of the special commuted on the admission of Sanlel , representing the Now York Central federation , was called for. Secretary Foster rose and reported : "Wo have concluded wo cannot admit nny political party without admitting others. " It short , the committed reported unfavorably on gen eral ground Sanicl came from nn organization without n charter from the federation. A. XJUVItAHKA T ' II'A * SCOKCMIED. Four IhislncBH HuUdlngs nt Potion Uurncii to the Ground. PONOA , Nob. , Dec. * , 9. [ Special Telo- g.-am to THE BEE. ] A destructive flro in Ponca this morning burned four buildings Plotchcs1 grocery store , Mrs. Addlso's store , Dr. Porter's office and a small shop adjoining Mrs. Addlso's store on the west. All these buildings stood on too corner of Iowa and Third street ) , and nearly In the center of business. The flro originated in the back part of Pletehes1 grocery store , and when discovered was so far advanced that nothing could bo saved from the building. In the second story was the .Oddfellows lodge , and nil Its furniture , rogallaj- books , etc. . wore burned The building was valued ntls500 and was owned by Dorsoy & liiclmrds. It was insured for $1.200 , ono half In the Under writers' ' Insurance company of Now York and ono half in the Phoomx ot Hartford. Mr. Plctchos' goods were worth $1,200 nnd were insured for K500 in the Oermania Insurance company. The contents pf the Oddfellows lodge was worth & 00 , nnd Insured for ? ! 50 in tbo Oninba insurance company. Adjoin ing was Mrs. Addiso'i building valued at $ C)0 ( ) , which was insured. The small building next in the row , owned , by P. M. Dorsoy , worth f00 ! , was fully covered by Insurance. Dr. Porter's oftico.valued ut $ TOOwas insured forSSGO. The heal broke the glass windows ofS. P. Mikosell's storcv on'tho ' opposite cor ner. The windows in thd opera house wcro also broken. Only by the' heroic efforts of the citizens was tho'llrokcjpt from extending and burning i largo number of the business houses. llcmoviiig Hie Postofllie In the CXI.LAWAT , Neb. , Dec. 7. Special to Tin : BEE. ! Last' night , in mo still hours , the Cnllaway postofllco was' ipovcd to the rail road addition , nearly , linif1 a inilo from the business center of thb tc vn , The railroad audition is but a fo\y fnb&thi old , and the town-slto speculators tiCcnargo have made strenuous efforts to socufo the removal oi business men from tb'ihrprosent business street. These efforts jndvo generally boon summer than ever before in its history. Lasl nlcht's secret removal has created great in dignatlon against Postmaster Alalr nnd th ( railroad1" company. Malr had prcvlouslj given the business men wrltton ns well as verbal assurances tlat | the removal would not bo mado. Things are hot hero today nnc the excitement runs so high that Malr < ieop : dlscrotly oft the stroct. j Wanted to le. ) LINCOLNNob. . , Dee , 0. [ Special to Tin DEE. ] A young follow earned Peter Keaton , living near University place , was found In front of the Merchants ! exchange this after noon in an insensible , ' condition. Ofllccr ; Harry and Malone brought him to the stn , tlon , but it appearing tint , ho ivas a very sicl Instead of a very drurhk man , Dr. Qiften was

called. Ho pronounced' ' the man sufferinc from nn overdose of quinine , and after * ad ministering an cmotlu crit him homo with i friend. It was developed that ho had boughl a quarter's worth of quinine at adrup store nnd n few minutes .afterwards swallowei half the dose. Ho has been on n spree for 8 tUy or two nnd his friends bollovo that h ( toolc the drug with suicidal Intent. As IK had been talking about taking morphine , it \ < . thought that ho meant to buy that drug in stead of quinine. Election of I'ost Of ) . NOIITII PI.A.TTE , Neb. , Doc. 9. [ Specia ! Telegram to THE Bun.It-Stephen A. Douglo : post , No. 00 , Grana Army of the Republic elected the following officers for the ensuini year : Commander , Charles P. Dick : sonlo vice , A. M. Mason ; Junior vice,4'William Nc vllle ; quartermaster , J. F. Schtnalzcrold surgeon , August Smith' ; chaplain , I. A. Fort ofllcer of the day , William Emerson ; ofllce of the guard , T. F. Mcglemor ; dole-gates t the department encampment , R. H. Stuar and William Emerson ; alternates , I. A. IT'or and Loren Sturgis. The Stnto Grangein Secret Session PAWNKE , Neb , , Den. 9. [ Special Ton gram to Tun Bm.l The state grange UK in this city this afternoon. The session wa secret. O. E. Hall , state master , preside ; nnd there is nn attendance of nearly t\v hundred. Tluj destitution In western countlc has had some o ct on the attendance. Th weather is line ana tomorrow promises to t a big day for the grange , as there will bo n open session. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . Tlio Jefferson Court ? House Contr.tcl FAIUHUHT , Nob. , ' 'Deb. 9. JSpoeial ToU gram to TUB BEK.l Tti < j contract for build Ing the Jefferson county court house wt today awarded to R. M. ( Alien of St. Jose pi Mo. , for $51,800. Thts'atnount will coin plot the building and furnish heating and ligh Ing apparatus. The bqntractor is nllowc twenty months to complete the struotur There were nine bids , Natur nl Gns at Ilcavcr City. Br-AVEiiCiTV , Neb. , Dec. 9. [ Special Tc cgram to THE BBB. ] Diggers at work on well north of town the other day une : pectcdly struck gas , which burst , forth wll great power. A largo stone placed over tl well by the workmen wns tossed up Into tt nlr. The well has been visited by man people and it is believed that It Is a spring i natural gas , Notes from Tcuuinseh. 1- Nob. , pee. 0. [ Special Tel gram to TUB J3nc. J fjeorgo Searles , livli : four miles south of this city , had his left ar & taken off above the elbow by a circular wo < il. saw , Colonel A. M. Appleget nnd P. A. Brui il.U. ) O dago ol this city left today for Pine ltld | U. agency. . 1PS Tittiuiy Il Ls LIXCOIKob. , . , Dec , 0. [ Special Tclogra id to Tin : HUE. ] Today the resignation 10 Oliver S. n Tiffany , one of the Judges of tl Ninth Judicial district , was received by Go ornprTtinyor. This afternoon the govern appointed Hon. Eftwln M. Coflln ot Ord to Judfo to succcc4 Tiffany. The County Division Case. LIXCOI.X , Neb. , Deo. 0. [ Special Tclegra 10 to Tim HUE. ] Tlio Knox mid Custer conn 10ni division cases wcro argued nnd subiultU niMl today in the supreme court. Thu judges liiv Cf taken the matter under advisement. A REPORT FROM ELI PERKINS , Ho Says That Many'industries aw Being Established in the West. SUCCESS OF A BEET SUGAR FACTORY. Formers WhoMnilo Money by ScllliiK Ucetn-Tlio IMntto Valley Will Sup- illy tlio Country Grain's Hc- iimlns Will Usst. WASIIIXOTOX nunm.u TUB 0 uu Ben , , 1 Rl3Ki > u TEBXTii ST EBT\ : > WASHINGTON' , 11. O. , Uoo. ! ! > . Today's New York Sun ( democratic ) lias the following In Its local columns : "Molvlllo D. Laudon ( Ell Perldns ) having just returned from Dakota , Nebraska mid Minnesota , was ashed if tlioro wcro any new Industries being cstnbllshed in the west on account of the now trafllc. "Yes , " ho said , "there nro three great western Industries being established , which will keep § 50,000,00) ) in this country every year. " Wlmtnro thoyt" ' " 'First the Urand Island , Neb. , beet sugar Industry Is u wonderful success. They are now turning out 800 barrels of pure \vhlto beet sugar n day. The plant cost $ ,100,000and was purchased In Germany. The farmers nil mmlo money last summer raising beets in the Platte valley and next year millions of acres in that valley and In the Jim river vuliey , Dakota , will go Into the boot sugar Industry. They are putting up other boot sugar factories hi Lincoln and Norfolk , Neb. , Sioux City , la. , and in Aberdeen , Dak. T bellcvo the Platte and Jim river valleys will supply n'l ' the white sugar the country will wnnt in less than llvo years. Germany is making her own sugar and the percentage of sugar In her beets is 5 per cent loss than in Nebraska beets. " TO EXAMINE OFflCEUS. By direction of the secretary of war Lieu tenant Colonel James Blddlu. Fiftn cavalry. is detailed as a member of the board of officers appointed to meet nt Fort Leaven- worth for the examination of officers to de termine their Illness for promotion , vlco Lieutenant Colonel 13. Ban ford , Ninth cavalrv relieved as a member of the board. Phillip L. Bommer , company K , ( attached to company F ) Seventeenth infantry , now nt the recruiting rendezvous , Kochesfer , N. Y. , is relieved from duty on the recruiting ser vice and will bo sent to Fort D. A. Hussell , Wyoming. The commanding officer at Jefferson Bar racks , Missouri , will designate nt once an ofllcer to relieve Captain Henry B. Osgood , commissary of subsistence as poit commis sary of subsistence and acting post quarter master nt that depot. * Captain Osirood , upon being relieved , will proceed to Omaha nmf > rcport to the com manding general , department of the Platte , fordutvas assistant to the chief commissary of subsistence of that department. A SMAU. MINOItlir. There was great surprise among these who have been pushing the resolution for the re moval of Grant's remains from New York o .Arllgntou when the final vote was taken today and they found themselves la a very small minority , Tlui'romoval was counted on as almost certain but at the last moment poll- ties stopped in.aud so tiled the matter in the other"way. Every ono of thoJJJow York City congressmen is a democrat and they word * -jat > l < Uo-iiririKtUeir united strength to bear on the democratic siflo ih'ftrgtilnfr'J'liiaf ' thtsir political salvation depended largely upon Keening congress from throwing national dis credit on Now York by the removal of Grant's remains , As a result of this the democrats presented an unbroken front against the reso lution and with the aid of the scattered votes from the other side they put nn end to the proposition for removal. Thl Is causing much disappointment among army men. General Algcr , the ex-commander of the Grana Army of the Republic , urged the re moval in his recent message at the Boston encampment and today ho was conspicuous in the capital coiTidors putting hi a word for the resolution , just prior to the final voto. PATENTS ISSUED. Patents wcro issued today as follows : William N. Bates. Atlantic , la. , gate ; Will iam A. Bennett , lilair , Nub. , collar fastener ; Wlntteld S. Brlgfrs , Boomer. Neb. , attach- mant for windmill ; Cyrus Corl and A. P. Porr , Alta , la. , belt fastener ; Orlando Huffman , Friend , Neb , , barbed metallic fence ; James Jopling , What Cheer , la. , coal hoist ; Edwin 11. Matties , Council Bluffs , la. , reversible en velope ; Edward M. Murr.iy. assignor to bicycle step ladder company , Davenport , In. , 'store service ladder ; William Prescott , Fort Madison , la. , railway ditcher ; Jacou S. lluthorford , Beatrice , Neb. , device for grading and leveling roads ; Knspur Schlitt , Uownr , la. , heater ; Christian C. Schupbach , Grand Island , Nob. , window screen ; Jere miah F. Smith and M. A. Smith , Kcokulc , In. , toy projectile ; Efllngham H. Warner. Storm Lake , la. , food steamer ; Daniel Wilde , Washington , ! . , grain elevator. ' I'HOIIUILL' . NO CHANGE AT 1'HESKNT It is not likely that there will bo a change In the personnel of the interstate commerce commission very soon , It is more probable that Commissioner Shoonmnkor of New York will boroappolnted when his term expires on January 1. Two members of the commission nro so much Indisposed that they can not at tend to their ofllclal duties at this time , and It it believed by many who have vlsted the commission that it would not bo wise to re place Mr. Schoonmalcer for an Incxporicncod man. Messrs. Cooledge of Michigan and flraggof Alabama have not been off duty for seine timo. The demand being mndo by the far west for a place upon the commission , it Is thought by these in authority , can be inoro satisfactorily met wlion the commis sion of Mr. Morrison of Illinois expires , on January 1 , IblM. The political complexion ol the commission is now favorable to the democrats - crats , and under the law the republican party may have three of ttic ilvo commissioners. Mr. Schoonmaker is a republican , and , Mr. Morrison being t democrat , his successor can justly bo choser from the republican party , and ho can come from beyond the Mississippi if the demand ol the fur west is to bo recognized , and it is bo liovcd that it will bo. UIO NE1IIUSKA CITIES , The following statement shows the popula tlon of several of the chief cities of Nobraski with their population by the last census Columbus , 11,118 ; Fremont , ( l(55l ( ! Hastings 13,7li ) : : Lincoln , 55.4UlNobraskaCityll-ira ; Omaha , 180,530. , MONTANA OEL9 A PI.UM , Much to the surprise of everyone , the responsible sponsiblo position of postmaster of the housi was tills attcrnoon accorded to a citizen o Montana , James W. Hathaway of Helena The postmastership is the third li Importance in the executive ofllce of tli ? house mid carries with it , not only ro sponslblo duties but a largo amount of pat ronngo. The candidacy of Mr. Hathawaj was not publicly announced by Itopresonta tlvo Carter , who had charge of the canvass and it Is probable that ho did not know of till candidacy until tils election was made knowi to him. The candidates for the posltloi were Ilosmcr of Massachusetts , supported b ; New England and a considerable followlni of eastern representatives ; Kalnh am Humes , both of Illinois , who had their fol lowing ; Kccd of Minnesota , who was put h nomination by Representative Lind , Tin caucus was convened for the election of th postmaster on short notlconnct , the candidac ; of Hnttmway was not icnown to these wli wcrj advancing the Interests of ttio opposlni candidate until a very few moments bofor the caucus convened , The election is to till a va cancy created by the resignation of Postmastc Wheat of Wisconsin , who resigned at tin close of tlia last session owing tocortnli complications In which ho had hocoino In volvcd la contracts connected with the ol flco. An effort was made at the time of hi resignation to sccuro the election of auotlio Wisconsin man. but without avail , TU term of Mr. lint , ly will expire In December , 1801 , wticii mi successor will bo elected by the donicu-r.4' house after It con venes. The stated sal.i if thoolUco is only $ , ' .500 a year , but the \ \ ulsitos connected with It are largo , nnd ti putrotingo to bo distributed Is quite cxU vo. This Is the first llmo In the history o Mio government that ono ot the Important Mtlom of the house is given to n state with but ono repre sentative , and It must certainly bo regarded In Montana ns a compliment to the state. Kopresentntlvo Carter iinnwllately tele graphed Mr. Hnthuwny , who replied that Uo would bo In Washington within llvo days. iowTOWNS. . The following is a list , of the principal towns In Iowa with their population by the last census so fir ns heard from : Hoono , ll.r.lSi Collar rails , ; ; v > ! ' 3 : Charles City , V.YI''S " ; Council lllufls , UI.IISS ; Davenport , as,10l ; DubuquC , 150,14' ; Kill-Held , : tl,0 ! , ; Orlimoll , : own City , f-.O.'S ; Keokuk , ll.OTS ; Ijyons , 5,7U1Iason' ) ; tjl'ty , 4.00J < ) : Mount Plensdiit , 4I18 ! ; Musoatlne , 11,43'J , ; Newton , ( filiil , Oskaloosa , 7iWO. TIIIY : MCIT : is TIII : MOKS'INO , Senator Ciillom 1ms called the Interstate coininorcocointnlttoo for their IIrat mooting of the session tomorrow morning. Tnu large millibar of interstate commerce bills nnd amendments will bo gone over , particular attention being directed to the anti-pooling and the automatic coupler and bralw bills. DUNXKI.I.'S HIM. Chairman Dunncllof the census eonunltteo finally introduced his reapportlonmcnt bill today. It provides for a house having a total membership of ! 1. > ( I. illllnoU has twenty-two members , or a gain of two. Nebraska gains three and Indiana remains ns now. Mr. Dunnell has tbo republican members of ttio commltteo with him , but the democrats will not sign a favorable report. According to tills discontent among the states is reduced to a minimum. It is ( ho lowest total mam * borshli ) nt which no state looses a member and the higlie.it membership atwlilcli no stuto geti an undue Increase in Its quota. SCRIM TO in : issur.n. The senate committee on agriculture and forestry nt its Meeting today ordered a report without recommendation on the Conger turd bill. The minority of thoconnnlttoo reserved the right to present a separate report. The moral inlliioncoof this action Is in opposition to tlio bill. In the senate todnv the joint resolution of Mr , In galls' for the Issui ) of seeds to the sot- tiers of Nebraska and Kansas who have suf fered from the drought was considered nnd Mr , 1'aildook was authorized to report an amendment to the agricultural appropriation bill appropriating $ . " > 0MO ( to bo expended under tlio direction of the secretary of agri culture for the purchase and diatrloution of seeds among the settlers In the country west of iho Missouri river who have suffered from the drought during last year. MlE > CCM < AMOUfl. The Beatrice public building bill pawed the house this afternoon. Senator Paddock , who was watcliinir it , at once seized upon the clerk of the house and induced him to take It over to the senate in a special mes sage. Senator Paddock later called the bill up and moved to concur In the house amend ment and had tlio bill passed. The bill llxes the cost of the building at f.50,003. Provision for the purchase of tbo site and the com mencement of the building will bo made in the sundry civil appropriation bill. The nominations of J. Fitzpitrlck post- matter nt Hebron , Nob. , and Joseph Tccturs , receiver of the Lincoln laud onlco , wcro con firmed by tlio senate toaay. William H. MuiiRor of Fremont , Peter A. Doy of Iowa nnd Mr. Yates , a bank president of Omaha , have entered the Held tor tbo vacant Union Pacillc directorship , Ills believed that Mr. Roddy of Rlverlon will bo appointed register , of the land.ofllco at Bloomfngton. Mr. 13. llosewator left tonight for Now York whcrb" ho vili iboMinTtjuiineai/iiiud plcasurotni the first of next week when , no returns to Omaha. . Tin , Owgo.Et.Flood was today appointed a member of the pen'Sioa "fooai'd ill iJHito.i , S. U. E. M. Cowan was today appointed fourth class postmaster at HarrUbur ? , Banner county , Nebraska , vlco C. M. Mollltt , removed - moved ; George W. Halo , at Mitchell , Scotts Bluff county , and John H. Ealoy , at Creston , Platte county , Nebraska. A pension has been allowed Chester L. Dwyer of Johnstown , Brown county , Ne braska. PKIIUV S. " / ; ir.ijs f. A Drunken PhyHiulitn's Proscription Kcsult-t in Dcntti. Sioux FALLS , S. D. , Dec. 0 , [ Special Telegram to TUB Ilii : . ] A sad affair took place today in the vicinity of Valley Springs , six miles cast of bore , in this county. Dr. C. P. Bisscll , the lending- and oldest physician in ttio place , has been in the tmbltof go hit on protracted sprees. These spoils of drinking come on several times ayear. . His usual companion has been Ben Scheffer 6f the same place , nharnessraaker. Yesterday both started out on theiri periodical spree and wound up in SchnlTer's harness shop aboutPo'clock in the evening , with the In tention of going to Detl. After SchatTcr was in bo U for n while no claimed he could not go to sleep , and the doctor told him that ho could fix him. The harnossmakcr expressed douots , and the doctor replied thatho "would put him to sleep or kill him. " Ho then gave him a dose of morphine , and this morning Schaffcr was found dead in bed. An inquest is being held tonight , winch will probably re sult in the arrest ot the doctor. From tlio evidence it is gloaneu that ScViaffcr had § . " > 00 on his person when ho went to bed and today only (10 could bo found. Bissell Is the iih.ysi- clan nt Valley Springs for the Sioux City & Northern. Ho came from Waterloo , where ho has wealthy parents. Tlio IIostiloH Strongly Intrniiiiheil. G OIIDOK , Neb. , Doc , 9. [ Spjcinl Tclo- gram to Tun BIE. : ] Monsoe , a half breed Genoa student , Is In from Pine HiOgc , and reports the hostile Indians are well fortified In the bad lands and will light if ttie soldiers go after them. They say they do not know what the soldiers are there for. They nro taking cattle from the friendly Indians , but itls thought thatas soon as they can under stand the situation they will coinu Into the nxoncy. Tills town has been a great trading point for the Indians heretofore , but there has not been a slnglo tepee hero since the soldiers commenced coming , ana they say that they are afraid to come lor fear of being killed , Alnrgo number of these who have been with Buffalo 13111's and Foropaugh'fl shows have enlisted as pollco and scout-s f01 the government , Seventeen Indians Arrested. ST. PAUL , Minn. , Dec. 9. A band of seven teen Indians from Uandall , S. 1) , , who bnvi been troublesome in the recent agitation were brought In this morning under gunn and taken to Fort Snclling , where they wll ho held until disposition Is mndo of thcli cases. They wcro arrested by the Iiuliat pollco of Lower Urulo agency last woelc am by them turned over to the military uuthori ties. Work ofButjlmtli Observer/I. / Pini.AunLi'im , DJC , 9. Various report ; read at today's ncsslon of the American Sab bath union showed encouraging progress o the work. Corresponding Secretary Tayio reported that there never had been such in awakening to the necessity of observing tin Saohath day as nt present exists , Ho spoki of ttio efforts being made to liavo ttiu world' ; fair closed on Sunday , The \Voallicr Forecast , For Omaha and vicinity Falrj stationary temperature. For Nebraska-Fair ; northwoUorly winds lower temperature. For Iowa Fair Wednesday and Thursday _ warmer ; southwesterly winds. r For Soutli Dakota Fair ; warmur la east o orn , colder la western ; westerly winds. SPLIT IN THE HOSTILE CAMP , Scouts Ksport a Big Row Amoug tbo In dians in the Bail Lauds , DIVIDED ON THE QUESTION OF PEACE. An Ai'incd llitul : ol * Co\vl > : > yH to Tnlco tlio Field Today In Sonruh s ol tlio lied Jin- raud.TH. 1'ixi : Ktnnn Aonxcv , S , D. , ( via Uushvlllo , Neb. ) , IWe. 0. ( Special Telegram to Tim Hr.n. ] ItoporU tonight stnto that a biff quarrel has arisen among the bostllos on the question of closing hostilities , Four govern ment scouts sent out this mornlnghavo failed 16 ixturn. ) General Hrooko says General Miles has not yet left Chicago for ttie north * west. C. 11. C. CowhoyM In the I'loltl. UtnnCiTV , S. D. , Deo. 0.-SpecUl [ Tele gram to Tin : HIM : . ] The Sixth regiment of cavalry arrived nt this point and went Into camp on the outskirts of Ithu city nt 8 o'clock this morning , * Runners nro Just in hero from Spring crook nud report a skirmish between tlio hostile Sioux and the cowboys at Hint point. About forty shots wcro exchanged , but no one wa * wounded. At daylight to morrow morning a largo party of nrniod cow boys will leave llulTalo , and will kill and capture what Indian hoitlles they may find.- The hostile c.uup Is situated thirty miles from the railroad , at a place called ( ! nisi Basin , In the bad lands. There arc from six hundred to seven hundred bucks tlioro. The runners report that yesterday nnd t ( dnyn number of ranches were burned and' ' cattle stolen , Tlio Indian stronghold Is totally Inaccessible to the troops. They linvO from three thousand to four thousand head ot cattle In their camp , with Hti Ings upon string ! of dried beef. Those liostlles nro Ird by Kicking Hull , who Is an emissary of Sitting Hull and Short Hull , tbo high priest of tlio ghost dancers. It Is claimed that thosa In dlans have boon half starved , and as soon as an Indian is killed It will precipitate n war at onco. Should a winter campaign bj In- ' auguratcd these Indians are fully propired The majority of tbo hostile * nro from Uosobud ngenov. Including Short Bull , who is backed ' by Sitting Hull and Red Cloud. Those Indian1 understand that thuy have done wrong , and they know tint some will hnvo to suffer. Slt ting Bull has been fermenting discontent from time to time to keep the mutter up , buff did not want the outbreak to tuku placu until spring. Things at present look very sorl- oua. Ills claimed that Itio only way to-quol thoxvholo disturbance is lo capture and afV ro.it Sitting Hull , but no ono scorns to knotf just how. Tlio whole trouble started about four wcck $ iipo. An Indian policeman arrested an In * dlan named Little , who , vas accused of steal ing n cow and killing it. They told him tha Agent Hoyor wanted to sco him. When ha got to the ngoncy two iiollcomea grabbed him and told him ho could not sco Agent Hoyer , but must go to the guard houso. IIo tried to get away , when one of the Indian polled struck Little and broke his club over liU neck. Little then drew his knife and com menced cutting right and loft , when the pollco let him go. It being ration day , a num ber of young bucks gathered around to soothe the light. The Indian agent , thinking that ! the ghost dancers wcro going to jump thi neency. hurried off to Uushvlllo nnd For ! Kobhrson , calling upon'tho troops , who werd sent in with all possible haste ; ' Bitting- Hull took n < lvantilgO of' thlif-to stir up a ferment among the Sioux , nnd from that time thing * nave been getting xvorso. l-'fTaot of i ho Itvccnt Conference. PINK KinoE AGENCY , S. O. , Deo. 8. [ Spec * ial to Tin : Dcu.J The stir of excitement and comment created by the vlsltof the trooj * f war rigged liostlles last Saturday , under a cry dirty rag of truce , continues in a lively naniier , As stated In my dispatches relatlva , o that visit , the comment Is very generally igalnsttho idea that nny such visit should vor have been allowed , nnd much less thai t , should nuvo been requested , in view of the ) vldcsproud deviltry committed by the doj erters from the Hose Iiiul , Pine Ridjjo nnd itbcr agencies. A strong opinion Is entertained by a largo najority of thee > familiar with thcso Indlnni hat unless a change ho immediately mudojn bo p ohcy of the war department , as outline mil laid down In the council on Saturday , thot vinaliilng history to bo m ido by the Indian * vlll bo one succession of devastating depro- latlons such ns will kcop the settlers of this lorthcrn region in a state of almost constant error. Thu failure to severely punish thcsa lostilcs will , it is also widely stated , roiult as is oven now bolnsf lif * stancnd dally , in swelling Instead of depleting their camp ; it will besetting setting a Ingn premium upon lawlessness" , OIK ! prove a tat inducement to these reds to make outbreaks , seeming , as it does , to Inl sure them not only great gain , but a gilt- edged offer of line feeding and lucrative posi tions , when their daring has extended to the whitcf swooping m or burning every thing n sight. One of the most friendly and ro- , Iablo Indians bora ut the agency , and who la considered by Agent Koycr to uo as wlsoas tie is honest and peaceable , drew mo asldo if tor tie hud heard of the tempting offer made by General Brooke to the rebels last Satur day , nnd said : "What think of that ? " "What doyou think of thntl" I nskod. "I most think I damn fool for not going out ana bo bad. I hnvo heap , heap , heap meat , other things to vat and lots of line horses. Then I get Invited to have inoro stilt if I come In and bo good. Yes , yosl I think I damn fool , C ! roit father no hravo no more. Great father ho coward now. " Thuro Is a great deal of comment , particu larly regarding the way in which the Indian talk in Saturday's council was In terpreted. Beside the Interpreter , through whom ttie two sides exchanged views , there wcro wcro some three or four others , nil of whom were exports , they bclntf Frank Urouard , chief of the government hcouls ; F.nink While , who has boon agency Interpreter here under several administra tions ; leather .Into and ono or two others , all In addition to Mr. Wells , oDIcial Interpreter to CJeuiiiiil Hrooko. The Interpreters othof than Mr. Wells agree that the latter .spoko entirely too fast , aid not give strictly literal Interpretations , and entirely omitted inter preting the emphasis given bore and there a'.l through the council and failed to explain the nio.inlug of many Idioms which , whim simply translated nnd not fully explained , leave , In many Instances , nn impiesMon entirely tlio reverse of thutln * tended to bo convoyed. Ono of the atrlklng Instances of tlni , I inn informed , win at onetime time when , during the council , Chief Ui-d Wll * low said to the general , according to the In terpreter ! "I was a boy , now I an a man , and have come to listen to you , " making It npponr that lie , ] { cd Willow , Imd reached tlid ngo where ho WHS ready to listen to reason nnd anxious to hear anything offered. Ad a mutter of fact , however , HedVllloV meant , "I am a full-Hedged warrior roaJy to light you nny where 1 What have you got t < J say about It , nnvhowl" Ciuneml Brooke wni told , soon after the council , that serious Inaccuracies existed in the translation. In reply , ho said that hd would investigate the matter. It comes pretty ntr.itgut that , after nil , tlio Ideals to draw the liostlles out ot their stronghold in almost any way ami avoid taking tbo desperate chances of at tempting to light them out ; then to throw a line of military between tliotn and the Dad hinds , and dUarni tbuai. In other words , it scums that ( icnomi Drooka Intends that If possible his soldiers shall titloaithnvA nn "even break" with the reds , liiHtcad of lighting tlicm In alucallty where tlio ohuucca of death nro about , ilne ngnlnst thorn to otid In their favor , us would bo the cusu In the bud lands , Adjutant General Cole and Colonel Ilotcht Itiss of the governor's staff , Ulm.-oln , spent n finr hours hero yesterday , en route iilong thf BlUhorn looking after the urm.s that havq hron.hipped out for use by tbo local military ni ai'lous towns. fJ-.U , 0 ,

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