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Inspecting Southern Roads

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New Yobk, Feb. 3.- A party of ruen wbose wealtli aggregate $liiO,UOO,UOO or more. will start out thi.s evening in three magnlOcently appointnl can ír a trip through the Bouth. Jay Gould will go in oar with Lis daughter, Misa Helen Gould, and Sidney lüllon. Senator Calvin S. JSriee and Gen. Bamnel Thomas will po in anotber car. In the tbird will be President John H. Inman of the Bichmond ft West Point Terminal company. Tbere will be, besides those nnmed, some others in the party, wbk'h goes to lngpect the Brloe-Thomas system of Southern railroads, in wbich Mr. (ould bas recently acquire 1 a large interest. Redaklna al lic Theater. Washington, Feb. 3.- The delegados oí Sioux [ndians wlio nre beie to confer wiiii the "Qreat Father" aboui their grtevaneea are enjoyingall the pleasure oí dght seeing, and evory effort is being made by tliose wbo are In charge al Uim to render their trip to the Capital enjoynlilo. To-nlfcht tl e chiefE wlll occn 13 (our at the National Theater. s none of the hostiles have ever before I en to a theater or eeen a theatrieal performance of any desoriptli 11. the g tter and s e i:i cular display oí "The Merr Monarch" will donbtlees be a dec-ided noveltj t 1 them. BlecUon Hill Abendonrd. Washington, Peb. .'!.- It can be Btated ■with po8itiveneg8 thai the managen oí the electlon l.iil have Bnally decided to abandon the meagnre In the interest oí Important pabilo bnsinen remaining to i' aoted uiipn. This decisión lias been commnnicated to the Democratie Senators. Washington Notes. Major McKinley is reported as haviuK told a frieud that ho oould uot accept tho treasury portfolio if offered hiin. J. W. Hedenberg, tbe Chicago specula tor, testilied befoie tbe CongregslonaJ silver pool oommittee that he tried to oorner the 8Üver product of the world through the house of August Belmont & Co. lh knew nothing whicli would implícate mem bers of Cougress in any silver pool.


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