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All removed from command, 741; Turkish troops its operation, 761; constitutionality decided, 761; moved from Asia to Europe, 741 ; operations in Asia, Democratic Convention, 761 ; platform, 761; voming741; the revolt in the Caucasus quelled, 742 ; opera tions, 762; election, 762. tions before Kars, 742; end of the campaign in Armenia, 743; movements of the British fleet, 743;

W reasons, 743; changes in the Turkish commanders, 743 ; main object of the Russian commander at Plev- WADDINGTON, WILLIAM H.-Biographical sketch, 320. pa, 744; contest before the place, 744; its surrender, Waldensians.-Annual synod, 762; statistics, 762. 744; conditions, 744.

WASHBURN, EMORY.--Birth and death, 762; career, 762 Servia takes up arms again, 745; proceedings of the Washington Territory.--Progress in wealtb and populaMontenegrins, 745; subsequent military proceedings, tion, 763; finances, 763; tide-lands, 763; &gricultural 745.

lands, 763; salmon and other fisheries, 763; coal and TURNBULL, ROBERT.-Birth and death, 745; clerical career lumber, 763; statistice, 763. and writings, 745.

West Virginia.-Legislative session, 763; officers elected,

763; votes at State election canvassed, 763; State officers, 764; resolutions relative to the Congressional

Electoral Commission, 764; silver made legal tender, Unitarians.-Annual meeting, 746; reports, 746; British 765; other acts passed, 765; seat of Government ixed Unitarian Association, 746.

by election, 765; Greenback Party Convention, 763; United Brethren.-Statistics, 746 ; general conference,

resolutions, 765; finances, 766; echools, 766; charita746; proceedings, 747.

ble institutions, 766. United States.--Excitement about the Presidential elec. WHEELER, WILLIAM A.--Declared to be elected Vice

tion, 717; state of affairs, 747 ; election of President President of the United States, 221. Hayes, 747; his Cabinet, 748 ; letter to the Governors WHITE, Mrs.-An adventist, 4; her gift of prophecy of South Carolina, 748 ; Federal troops withdrawn, recognized, 4; its benefits, 4. 748 ; the case of Louisiana, 748 ; instructions of the WILKES, CHARLES.-American naval omcer, 766; birth President to the Secretary of War, 748 ; removal of and death, 766 ; career, 766. the troops, 748: civil service reform, 748 ; letter of Wisconsin.-Legislative session, 767; acts passed, 767; the President, 749; coins of the United States, 749;

finances, 767; debt, 767; value of taxable property, dictation of Congressmen declined, 750; extra session

767; value of exempt property, 767; total tax levied, of Congress called, 750 ; message, 750; measures of

767; school statistics, 767; State prison, 767; industhe session, 750; the silver bill, 750; the Fishery Com. trial school, 768; geological survey, 768; Fish Commission, 750; conclusion, 750; the political agitation

mission, 768; Republican Convention, 768; nominsdeveloped by labor strikes, 750; its sources, 750 ; tions and resolutions, 768; Democratic Convention, vote of workingmen in Louisville, 751; their plat. 768; nominations and resolutions, 769; results of the form, 751; clause of Republican platform in Ohio, election, 769; amendments to the constitutiou rati751; Bread-Winners' League of New York, 751; their

fied, 769; biographical sketch of Governor W. E. call, 751 ; a Baltimore convention, 752 ; its platform, Smith, 770; classification of the Legislature, 770. 752; Tompkins Square meeting and resolutions, Workingmen.-Convention at Indianapolis, 396 ; resola752 ; address of St. Louis workingmen, 752; de tione, 396. cisions of Supreme Court in Granger cases, 753 ; de- Wyoming Territory.—State of affairs, 770; sheep and cision relative to income return, 753; do. relative to cattle exported, 770 ; do. wool, 770; winter grazing, an express company, 753; do, relative to railroad

770; wheat-raising, 770; Indians, 770 ; finances, Tii; transportation, 754; do. relative to power of a State books on the Territory, 771 ; statistics, 771. to control freight, 754; do, in a State law relative to

the transportation of cattle, 754. Universalists.-General Convention, 754; statistics, 754,

Y 755. Utak.--Recommendations of the Governor, 755; finances, Yeas and Naye (Senate). -- On the Electoral Commission 755; school law, 755; polygamy, 755; death of Young,

bill, 158; do. on the bill, 159; on the decision in the 756; silk culture, 756.

Florida case, 204 ; on the decision in the Louisiana Yeas and Nays (House).--On the Electoral Commission

bill, 163 ; on the decision in the Florida case, 204;

on the decision in the Louisiana case, 217. VANDERBILT, CORNELIUS.–An American capitalist, 756; Young, BRIGHAM.—Birth and death, 771 ; career, 772. birth and death, 756; career, 756.

Young Men's Christian Association.--International con. Vermont.-Celebration of Bennington battle, 757; pro

vention, 773 ; statistics, 773 ; vice suppressed, 73; ceedings, 757; case of reprieve for murder conviction,

London Association, 773. 758; savings banks, 758. Virginia.--Receipts from taxes, 758; debt, 758; condition

of various funds, 758; legislative session, 758; the Moffett Register Law, 758; its provisions, 758, 159; ZIMMERMANN, APALLON E. - A Russian general, 773; extracts from the law, 759, 760; further details, 760; . birth, 773 ; career, 773.

case, 216.

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