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23D YEARNO. 0,040.
WASHINGTON, D. C THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER MO, 1S00.
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FARMERS It! POLITICS.
Alliance Men Urceil to l'ruent a United
nml firm l'runt.
Tins Moines, Iowa. Oct. 90. The
Iowa Farmers' Alliance met here yester
day In annual session, with an attend
ance of 000 delegates. President J. 1).
t Furrow, In hU annual address, dwelt at
' scnio length upon the necessity of
remedying present Indtutrlal conditions
by legislation and by the application of
better methods of farming, lie ox-
hotted the members of the Alliance to
band together, vote together and present
a firm and united front to the monop
olies of the country.
' Delegate Griffith of Cass County
, spoke upon the Alllanee staying out of
1 politic. lie said It was foolUh to en
' ' tieator to control the party caucus sad
the eld parties. The old parties were
opposed to each other and ttrougbt al
liance men Into conflict. The farmers
trust organize a political party. lie re
, fened to the political aelloa of the
Southern Alliance aad the movement In
Nebraska aad euloeilaed their action
The work of organization was eow
p'lted last night, aad to day the mala
Lusiness of the convention will be takes
SUED A CONGRESSMAN.
Sir, Ilurrowa of Sllulilcau JlstuieU tt
l'uy lit ut.
P.u Paw. Mich., Oct. 80. Charts
Iuli ombe of Keekr yeeUrday ited a
M.'t In the Circuit Court of this eouuty
ugliest Julius Caesar Burrows of Kala
ii 37(v, Congressman from lids district
and recently a prominent candidate for
Speaker of the House, for $10,000. It
13 understood that Mr. Duaeombe holds
1. arrows' note foe that amount, aad that
llurrows has utterly refused tu pay.
j) mcombe has always bee esse of the
icilurnllsl KepubUceas of this eouaty,
in, I Hurrows' intimate friend.
ami rot m mxtn.
Tlie 1'ulutt Flm-AUru Base Uetles
Imi1 Militant l'(M-iUta.
Im.hmi'olu, Iku., Oct. 30.- Judge
(usbstu yesterday decided that the
JtuiianapolU owners of the pa teat nre
siuituguog device, la common use by
uy tire depiiHmawlf tJtroughout the
r. antr. hae cause for recovery of
-.Ijiuagts where Hut alarm has baea
i. id without their pcrmissioa This
involves nearly every city is the eoua
:r The psttat is ia the autotmlto
future of tae alana gong which at Um
iiu-c the alarm is gives releases the
bur-ia from their Stalls-
lie Treasury lkpartmeat has ad
ni.i id circular letter to all custom
. u i io iu regard to stawplag imparted
iu.md opium- Each oslcer ia
uiiJ. before he delivers any pre-
1 . iJ u(iujj tor Muoltiug to the u-
, iur to utiix vuatom stamp. tatlB
i v i.iie imported, the nam of tt
. i - d u.i..i port fshsn which imported.
i tu jjIix hk ova eteaatoirc.
vi.k4,Kui, Oc. !. Tae boktar
u .... i.uuavoud JfkmUt MUise
r v i )tti4jr aiteraooa aadoiHiy
, a:,j ug Jiuuts aVwe. ate of tfca co
, j hi i . tuu bis au-yeac-uU ao, Uo
, a. ia Laiued Attea. tae areataa. Tae
.in Lvjum was Ueawliaaed. Lorn
C3 iieuimigt W aiurrun.
ON FAME'S ROLL
THE GALLANT 11KR0ES OF THE
MONUMENT UNVEILED AT ANNAPOLIS.
Imposing Ceremony at tho Naval
Academy This Afternoon.
PROFESSOR SOLEY'S BRILLIAHT ORATION.
The Slery f tha Dsrk Tragedy Told in
Peli Language DeUiled Dswrip-
lion of the Monument.
AxxAmuj, JUn , Oct. 30. The
monument eroded nt the Annabolls
Naval Academy to commemorate the
heroism of the ofllcers nnd men of the
Jennnelle, who tlmrod a melancholy
fnto In the Arctic expedition of 1870,
wns unveiled today with appropriate
Tho monument wns designed by Lieu
tenant George P. Colvocorossos.U. S. N.,
the bond of the department of drawing nt
tho Academy, nnd It embodies ns nearly
as possible the Idea of the cross and
calm placed over the grnvos of Lieu
tenant Commander DeLong nnd his
party, at the mouth of tho Lena Delta,
by Chief Knglnccr Jfclvlllo. Tho base
of tho monument Is of granlto and this
Is surmounted by an cnlongated pyramid
of white marble, on which rosts n white
mnrblo ctosss. About the base of tho
cross Is a bronro anchor.
A plato of bronre set In the granite
bears an appropriate Inscription. The
monument was erected by tho olUccrs
and men of tho Navy nnd by James
Gordon licnnett. The dedication cere
mony took place at 2 :150 o'clock. A tlls
tltitiMiod company hid come
from Washington by special ttaln
over Hid 1'cnnsylvanl.i Hillraad. It
luclmk'd Mr. Do' Lone, tho widow of
Lk'titenAnt-Commnuder De Long, Com
modore Melville, who heai1el the relief
expedition sent out to rescue De Long
and bis parly, and a large number of
naval olrlcers and civilians.
Tho programme of the ceremony was
opt ued by the clnplnln of the Academy,
ltiv. Henry II. Clark, who dellwred n
short prayer. Commander V. 51.
Ilatbtr, L. S N., the chairman of the
ttionumont committee, made a brief
speech, formally dullverlng the monu
ment, to which Captain It. L.
I'bytldan, the Superintendent of the
ISHvy-Yard. replied. AgsLtant Secre
tary tioley then delivered an address.
Mil. MILKY 'l OttVTIO!!.
Mr. Soley entered Into a detailed
dctctlptlon of the perils and hardship
experienced by tho members of the
expedition, and closed with tho follow
ing poetic peroration:
"Dead they are Indeed, but In dying
as they did they left lie hi nil them a
renown that to the service they loved
and died for remains, and will remain
forever, a priceless heritage. That long
retreat over 5tK) miles of drifting Ice and
open ocean, a retreat matchless In the
record of Arctic achievement, shines
out even through the dark tragedy at
its close with the triumphant splendor
of a victory won. On the long roll of
the world's explorers are no brighter
names than those of De Long and his
gallant company of the.Teannette. They
all not, warriors though they were, in
war, nor was the fate of nations trem
bling upon the issue of their struggle,
but it is not lu war alone that martyrs
win their crowns, nor Is it only in the
clash of arms and tue dirt of battle that
Is revealed the beauty of heroic death.
There they Uad
With the rajs of mom ou their white shield
Illuminated with the radiance of their
own Imperishable fame, serenely watt
ing for the deal muster; while from the
chorus of uplifted voices eomethe rl ag
ing notes of aiT'IoTriuBipbe," re-echo-lag
throughout all the agea, proelalBslag
in eterBblharmoalea the glory of those
Hbo fought their tight out to theed,
ami who, through death, achieved ua
A Wealthy 1'nnnor Mnriterwt lu a
Kluld Near IIU list.
lit Man i li.k. Ky , Oct. 30. George
W. Ctlai, a wealthy farmer, was mur
ditid ia a fl!U aear bis home la tali
c uuiy Tuesday. His reaaaiaa wee
fouad about dark, lyiag face down
ward, a few hundred yards from bU
house. IIU side aad shoulder were liter
ally hwH to pieces by two eaargee front
a shotgun, waka was discharged from
hekiad a large tree Was taaa tea step
distant. Tracks wet plainly tUecer aad
oa the ground aear tae tree, hut Uuase
ia no clua to ate slayer.
Au luwuu AdvaiUM Sate.
The sate of tickets fur Ike Waakiag
toa uigkta of tan Booth Hasett per
fotutaaeea at Albaugb's Taeatre la
Baltimore, began to day at Mitkr'a, oa
Ftfteeatk street Loag before nki
aigat last aighl there was a big crowd
Batkatly wait tag for tickets, aad waaa
the doors ere oueaed taia uor
lag tae liae rxleoded dtwa llf
teeaih street aad around tae corner.
It was continually sugateatod by atw
ar rivals eagr to procure seats for tae
fnstous ifngedinas aaauresaaat. It
gqljir (a) be lyarstvil late Uiii tfHtrajii's!
waat tae receiats were, but taew la no
doubt that it was tae iauaat advaace
sale that aa ever taken place ia taia
afemkvf aLaW aaf aV C'tfaahsaaaaaaA
Ktw You, Oct. 8u.-Tae ItVrU tab
UMxulag ay a report was la cUcujla
doe jeOerday taat Ueorm S- Kaigat,
tae dfsWvt cosvediaa, bad tlied la tl)a
Bearcat for tae laaaae. is watch ae aad
beea plated souw taoatas ago. Mr.
Katgat, waoae seal aawe vat Oeoe
bluaa, was u.hout 43 years of age.
FauUAKtUiA, Pa , Oct, aft. Maw
Iraoaa, a sister of Ueorge & Kaigat, the
,'j.miMHaM was seen hare thia ..T"
and aaid there vat ao teuih ia tae pub
Maacd report of aer hrotaer's tieata.
atotaJbur tatat ta ttaaussav-
Bsklis, Oct ). Oaruv to the aev
taruf law U tae U oiled Sutnw 1,000
weavcra ia StktJ are idee.
K.cs at Bcuujuh's tu utuKuir.
He la Mobbed by an An cry Crowd At
Amkhbohv, Mass , Oct. 80. For a
few days past a former priest named
TIkithh 15. Leyderof Boston, has bwn
laboring here in the interest of the He
publlran managers It Is alleged by their
Democratic contemporaries. Ills first
lecture was delivered Monday evening,
and his subject "Itomaalsm." ami al
though he was repeatedly Interrupted,
he went through to the end.
Yesterday afternoon he spake pri
vately to ladles, explaining the slrs of
priests connected with nuns in the con
vents of America. A large number of
the licet known ladles In the city were
piesent and highly praised the ex priest
for his manly talk.
The Itotrmn Catholic citizens of the
city, however, are indignant, and last
night thousands of persons of all na
tionalities were crowded around Ar
thur's Opera-IIotise, where Leyder was
to lecture. The cnllte police force of
the city was on duty. As Mr. Leyder
ptoceeded from his hotel towards the
Opera House he wai ereeted with criei
of "Turncoat. " -Liar" and other ob
tioxlotts names, but when he reached
the postolrlce showers of rocks were
hurled at him. One large stone bit him
just over thn temple and knocked hloi
tnscnstblc. It could not be learned
who threw tho stone. When ho recov
ered ho wns taken to the Opera House,
and was grccttd with round after round
of applause ns, covered with blood, ho
mounted tho stage nnd delivered n bitter
addross ngalnst tho Itomnn Catholic
Tho clly Is greatly excited over the
occurrence, and serious trouble, If not
bloodshed, is feared. At midnight tho
lecturer had returned to liis hotel, which
wns surrounded by an excited mob.
WHAT IT WILL COST TO RUN THE
CITY NEXT YEAH.
Mnny Iticien4 Itccoiiiiurmleil by the
CutiiiiilMloiiarii Willed Mny Ktcelre
tilt) Hnnctlnn ir ConcreHK,
Tho Commissioners bnvc submitted
tl c following schululo of estimates for
ihe ensuing fiscal year:
l'or salaries and contingent expense
In executive olllco Two Commissi n
ers, nt $5,000 each; one Engineer Com
missioner (to make salary $3,000), $DI;
me secretary. $2,Uf0: remainder of
force making total $II,."?7.
For contingent expenses, printing,
palming, building, repairing, etc., $23,
000. stables, engineer olllce. ,000; for
rent of district offices, 1 1.000, general
sdvirtUIne, $0,000; assessor's office,
total, ,577: cjllector'a olflde,
totsl, $110 157, auilltor's olflce,
one auditor $3t.0u0, audi-
tots' olflce, total. (Id.'JOO, nttor
nev'soltlce, total, Hl.'-iOO; sinking fund.
iJS.-lOO; coroner's olflce, fll.100,
markets. fil.OOO; public schools, total.
1.0ir,r,yl, which Includes '.'IM,000
additional fur sites and bulldlngi.
Police Depariment, total, 9.130,1911; Fire
Detwrtment, total, $lllt,870; telegraph
ami telephone service. if'i0,W.
Health Department, $13,060; Po
lice Court. $17,118; defending
suits In claims, $3,1)00; writs of
lunacy. $3,000. interest ami sinking
fund exclusive of water ImhhI, $1,313,
017 07, emergency fuud, $5,000; traas-
rirtatloa of paupers and prisoners,
1.000; Washington Asylum. $tK
b75. Including building for female
workhouse. $35,000, Reform
School, $-U,:n0; Industrial Home
School, $13.5utl, support or la
sane. $90,370. militia, $35,830. spriak
ling, sweeping ami cleaning streets,
avenues, alleys and suburban streets,
$133,000, iBcrease of $35,000; public
scales. $1,350. support of convicts,
$31,000, numbering houses, designating
alleys, etc., $1,000.
The estimates Mr the engineer office
are ss fallows: Salaries aad contingent
expenses, $15,700; for board of exam
iners of steaat. three at $300 each,
$000, for permit work. $lti5,0O0, $311,
600, for improvements ami repairs to
streets and avenues, $3(1,300, grading
streets. alUys and roads, $30,000; re
pairs of pavements, $135,000, surveys
oa account of sub-divUlons, $5,000,
surveys of District sewers. $313,787,
rcr streets. $194,000, parkin commls
kn, $30,000. llghtiag, $184 000, harbor
aid livtrfroMt, $3,500; puatps, $5,000.
hi Wires, $30,000. Waaklagloa Aqueiluet,
$30,000, Water Department, $308,973.
Streets Southwest total $d,0QO;
southeast, $1.300. northeast. $73.tMU,
CUoreetown, $03 000; auburban, $M,
00; northwest. $133,400.
Three ut l'blr leuBMe's blaM
bui'iHMeU tu tin In Ut. tst.
St. Louts, Mo., Oct. W. Tae aotiea
aw ia possession of iafcarsaatioa to tae
i Sect taat three of the supposed
Ilalia&s implicated ia tie aaaaasinatioa
of Chief lUaaeaaey have fled froat
taeir kkliag placea ia New (Mean.
It k Hfattau taat laey left for St. Loute
aad at now prahably ia hiding ia tab
KuMttaato tl. K. .tumnsiitteii Ktsat -mtwt
Tae aest payawat ua tae twattettt isua
of stuck falls 4u ia KoeeaUwr, aa4 those
cimtessplallng taking aaaM U1 an4 U sa
attvautage to coauueuce villi tae art uay-
at. Taepaisseuu are l at per aaare
a. The EuuitaM is a purely iu-
uusfaitve saviug and louiisg lotitiuiou.
las sucves tUe meaiitrrs avc met wlab u
awwn by the wport The rucetpt ua otocs
have betu iiTtaiiAW, aad tae asset at
tlu date is MX,3un.3i. Waea tt I coa
atdaiedtaat UiU is Uw wau't U ilug$3.
per UMMUii oa eaca share- iversUig tacee
sad half share t eca auaabar-4 tadt
caies waat taeji have atko-sssfiiUy aeeoav
LiUaaeiL Further Information w he ob
bds4 at tae 3k tuMaU BuUOsag,
1003 r ftmat- - Aox most, iee'y.
Kaiea t aeuatug to-awctow.
Waaaa TM Was Taamrsji.
St. Lotus, Oct. 30. yurtaar eaaad
natiii' of Fred. V. aaeal, aW wtfttt"Htit
booaaeepcr of atueUar Bros., develjpes
tae fact taat ale saortife taatetjil of be-ia-
$000 ia over fio.uuw. with a
probaaitsty taat the defalcation waU
xeaca esea atoce forjuldabk aguxee.
Meal iaatill ia jail wUt-re he ws placed
three weeks ago.
lhh.es at ikuutug's W utwcu'
A RDFFI4NLY EX-PRIE5T.
SUMNEYTOWN IS SOLVING TIIK
BUCK BRIDES BEING RATHER SCARCE
The Dssky Quarrjmia Pay Court to
the Pile Facts.
WHITE LOVERS LEFT OUT IN THE COLD.
The CatiMMiaa Girls Are Mtsl Anxi3 to
Be Wooed ty the Ethiopian Gal-
lmlg, and Yield Graetftrily.
Sumxhti'owx, Pa , Oct. 80. For
complete annihilation of the "color
line" this town and its vicinity Is enti
tled to first place among all competitors.
Thcie Is an epidemic of mlscegenalloi
which lias completely demoralised the
v-hlto male sex. Tho litlloi living In
the valley and among the hills border
Ing Swamp Cteck prefer black beaux
to white ones, ncd snatch them up as
soon ns they are on tho market. Tho
promiscuous Intermingling of the two
races hasHStumod nlatmlng proportions,
and It furnishes the main theme of con
versation for tho entire town.
a cot.ontni MtNtsTKit's Tiutnii'it.
Last Sunday llcv. Andrew .Tonus of
Cntllslc, a coloted clergvinan, performwl
tho regular baptismal service for two
young white damsels under 30 yoars of
ngc. A vast throng swarmed tho banks
of Swamp Creek to witness tho novel
ceremony. Clothed In npparel white as
snow drifts, the two girls were led
shivering Into the stream by tho dutky
divine. It was In all probability the
II i st time n white person was b.tptld
by an African, llcv. Mr. Jones Hnldi
regular meetings In Sumneytosrn at the
town ball, nnd nlsu In the private home
of a white family along Swamp Cre-ik
n mile from this place. Hlscougreji.
lions ittu largely white. notwItlntaDdlnr
tLe fart that I lie re arc a number of
clirpjinen of white blood in tlm vicin
ity. He also preaches In FrankfurJ,
A St.MICITV Of Dt'f Kt I.OVKH.
At out two vears ago George 5. Miller
cpetii'd his Ilelglan block quarries oa"
mile above here along Ihe creek, ami
negroes were imported to operate them.
The twenty-seven men who work la the
rock form a little colouy. Hut two
of them have wives with them, ami thoe
two are the only colored women for
miles around. One f the "darkles"
said to a Philadelphia Utront corre
spondmt yesterday that some of the
men had families in the South. The
rock-diggers hoard with the white fam
ulus in the neighborhood
It was not very lomr after thestrangers
had made their & In K.vamp Creek
society before the young white bloods
felt that they were losing it round lu the
alTtrtlona of their sweethearts. There
Hemed to be a nameless charm "a
something undefined" about the men
from the mid day sun that was lacking
In their white brethren, and the longer
the negroes stayed the better the girls
seemed to like them. LngagetnenU of
long standing were broken, rings were
returned, melancholy youths wandered
about and mixed couples were seen on
A SOilAL NKOI ittov.
The gentlemen of color took the girls
to church and the other gentlemen went
alone. There was no way for the Utter
to retaliate, inasmuch as there were
only two colored women la the neiga
borhood. In the natural course of
things montages were expected, but as
jet no white gltl has been joined in
wedlock to a negro, but there are sev
eral engagements announced. More
than this. It Is an undisguised fact that,
inabuwberof instances, tbeae people
practice cohabitation without going
through the formalities of a mirrlage
ceremony. AVhlte girls and colored
wen live as man and wife. The oaly
parties interested who do not seem to
enjoy the aspect affairs have assumed
are Ihe white beaux, who have not
whereupon to lavish their affections.
in tkeuuk or t. w.
The oaly thing that stands ia the way
of a coasuMSttauou of the blif ut state
of things by regular marriage U a vague
ttupiel.tu oa the part of the whites that
tkute is a law prohibiting tae inter
atari laga of ihe two races, while the
colored ata walk aoaaawaat liuddly
upon doubtful ground.
THRY WASTED TO JURBY.
OJiK WAS WMiTK AKD TUB OTUKM WAS
WU4 , Jtkt) COil Li) VOT.
Kouawfow-. Pa , Oct. 30. Tiwaaa
Young, eaioted. aad Ml LUzte Yoigat,
white, areaeatad thcaateiva before
Magistrate I'raer yesterday aad re
quested taat he luake thaat aw aad
wife. Tae father of the girl was with
the couple aad said ae was willing to
have ait daughter aarry Youag , but tae
I-"" aererthaleaa refitaad to mt
form Us cereaaoay. Tae party tkea
started out to Aad a tlergyaaaa to atunr
taesH, but all taey caUod upoe refused,
aad at latt accounts the knot had ao
btsa tted- Tae couple live several
asikt aorta of here where the color liae
evidently to aat very closely drew.
lb 'wk a Mar Trial Tcttjb
FvtLAtnarutA, Oct. 30. Tha I aiwi
ticaiea waHhip Newark, huiUliag by
C'raatf & Sons, started this uwroiag oa
aa uaoaUe-fatl trial Uip. She i teyulied
to do ka thaa any of the other vessels
of her date, tha avasuat huffae-nonpar
delooauiat ImsUm hut 6,500, Catuaia
Caaey, oe of the beat ka-w had oa
popular oMeec of lUe Kavy, wlti coat
ajaudhtr. CotvuMs. l.. Oct. m-rAn
titlW'aspt vag ataaV to tyaBaaaliilia snajtth
Stauh. fwttaer, while he tetura
bag to Ut houw early yeata4ay aK
Isg by to hlghwayaie, who putted
hssu &ottt hit teat aad aJhat lOJlihfajr
Usa. bcathiaiaud left hisa larakai.
lCKaIM laaat kftjaAXUAr fejM
tPltTapaaaj ar aaaBBBgap SMtfB
yau-aUvKU. MAaa., Oca, ta-The
eacuraJott ateauitr Bay Foiat duriag tlu
Ldgh tide yc.tcrd. was lifted trout Lu
wajs. Hated and .una
Kalco aL Ucu u, lu luotryw.
AHOTHER AMERICAN COBMESS.
MIM U'llimn nt New Tork Weitu tJntin'
I.nnentinnpt or Swntes,
Nrw Yotik, Oct. 30. Miss Lily
Wilton, daughter of James Wilsrm of
Vo. 278 Madlfnn avenne, wtw martlod
yetteniay afternoon to Count Claea
Iwenhaupt of SwbIbb at lite residence
of the bride's father. The groom is a
memlicr of the nwd oldest house in
Ilev. Dr. llmlerlck TerTy Hal the
nuptial knot. The bride wa attired In
n coflumeof white satin, with a point
lace front, embroidered with pearl
brads. The bridal veil ws of point
lace. A necklace ami tiara of diamond?
were her ornaments.
MIm Grace Wilson was the maid of
honor. The lieM man ws Mr. Grip,
the Minister of Norway and Sweden to
the United States. Among the guests
were Ilaron IVeck Frva, Secretary of the
Swedish Legation at Washington; Count
Magnus von lloen and Mr. von Kuliler.
The groom and his Swedish friends were
in full military uniform. The newly
mat tied couple ieft for a trip to the
South, and about .Tammy 1 they will
tail for Stockholm.
THE BRIDE OF A DAY.
DEATH FOLLOWS CLOSE ON THE HOWE
The (linom, Martini nt Itln Olut) Ten
leritny Afternoon, In n Corjue To
liny The Ginning Scene,
Ilougltwout Howo of IS'ew Y'ork,
whose tuartlflge to Mist Mary Hatter
wotth, the daughter of lieprewntatlve
lluttcrwortli of Ohio, took place at hU
bednlde yesterday, died In his room at
the Metropolitan Club at 12:1. o'clock
For several hours after the wedding
yesterday Mr. Howo rested easily, but
towards night he became delirious, and
those In attendance were obliged to use
force to prevent him from doing harm.
This cmllnited through the night.
At times the sick tntn fancied he was
on his wedding trip. This mornin; an
attempt was made to quiet htm by nn
Injection of morphine, and this opera
tion was accomplished only after a
31.. Howe, who, with Mrs. Komi,
Mrs. Howl's mother, nml Dr. Magruder
1 ad terrahed wllli him dttrltu the
nli lit, went to her home f'-r breakfast
after her butbamt became quiet.
She returned about !):M and remaltntd
at his bedside until the end. During
her absence he had grown tuiicU worse
and hU heart was falling rapidly.
Puting the early morning the bealtng
of bis heart was so strong that It could
be heard all over the room lit which he
lay and hit breathing was siertorlous
About 10 o'clock the physicians de
cided that be could only live a few
hours, and .Mrs. Howe was to Informed.
From this time he grew gradually
taker, the artlou of th heart lets
regular and at 13:15 death came to him
calmly and quietly.
3Its. Howe, Dr. Hoosa (Mr. Howe's
step father), Mr. Hooaa, hU mother,
and Dr. Magruder were at the bedside
wheu be died.
1 b funeral will take place from the
headquarter sof the International Ameri
can lalon, 1015 Vermont Avenue, to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock. The
temalna will be taken to New York for
HUNTING DOWN A SC0BKDK8L
Hielher u( n WronaMt Vimn uu (he i
Trull ut llr Deetrlver,
L-thTtsTEB. Oct 80. K. X. Ward-
low, a real estate agent of St Loul. ar- i
lived in Ijincatter last night in search
of Chariea Mowery. a former resident ,
of thia city. Mr. Mowery has a wife I
ana manual uaugmer Mere, tie ted
them in iieptember, lasW, aad went to
Lltile ltik. Ark. He made love to a
sUter of Wardlow, a young girl wh
Ihed in Utile Hock, and married her
the following Oect tuber.
Siime lime aeo he de-rted her aad
left for parts unknown. Soe wrote to
Ijuuasler ami then learned for tae ri rat
tiate that her huibaad had a family
at re. bhe at oare Iwcaate a raving
maniac. The young lady hat rive
bsbtkrrtaad they coacluldd to huat
Howtrv down and kill hint If they
Ut. Waidlow saw ilowery's faaiily
here and fouad that they knew aotniag
of the missiac man. who hat ttotw aoth
lag for their support aiaae ha left her.
The supaoaitioa ia that ha hat goa to
lirxieo aad one of the Wardlow broth
era to oa has trail.
Mowery to probably W years old. hut
looks younger. He was eagaged is tha
saJa of atusiftl Instniwenit hatv aad
bote a fair reputathut. Mr. Wardlow
it ft fur hoave ail midnight.
A CsmUy WwatU-Ha AaaniitM.
MillM.swaooit.B, Kk . Oct. ao.
U bile Morris Watts was huaUag ia the
woods at Cumberland Gap, Tea.,
yesterday, a ntaa sprang fron hehiad
a tte aad shot him through the grata,
istiictiag a prohaUy fatal wouad.
WaUs is a ton of Eiward lieary Watts
of Luadotv. JKalaad. reputed to he the
tuoat eAteasive coal dealer tot the world
aad a auw of great wealth Watt' -aaUaat
has sot jet ta captured.
IToAsaia to ulMMt.
Vmualu, lu,.. Oct SO. Sots
Ldke. a imkiw of th lain ii. H.
buu ta M euy law wee aja, aaot
the latter to the head, the wouad pruv
tos fatal tea days later. Lucfc vat
tbtei4ay giw a pwUadasrv heariait,
the tvidatw adduced thpwtog that the
dt Ettdaat was forced to do the t&kH
u,n. Lothe w4 bousd over for trid.
Tae ttaaaaattTaS la ttar.
luiiAuo, uct. M CoaiJUhev has
IttU uuabie to gt kvther hit Ml
uaw and tae CaAifoxaia trip to o4 for
iki ptAacat tt least Playfrt who
bad promised to go kept the wires btuy
lAplaUdag how U would be liupoaaihta
t get away- The result is that C'oode
ke bad no chke but to deiUie the
wbule IblUiJ off Hi, (.'iltl'iruu pj.it
Uvi Iai.k Crock. ba gi.-lie i I',.
"A BEAD SECRET IS 00T.
A Utrint?r Sflitmo er OaiittnltsU
llinnght t I.telit.
CntCAco, Oct. 80. It wns brought to
light yesterday that a mimbw of real
estate men havo been doing their best to
purchase 18,00 acres of land In a triet
jtwt over the Indiana Hne on the Calnmet
Hirer ami Lake George and Wolf, ami
It was also found that they had as their
mltwipaN r-tirh prominent packers a
Bwlft, Aimour, Morris, Cttdthy ami
For ihe last few months the owners
have been disposing of those acres at
5 owl round prices, comdderlnr tmrtr
irtance from the city. The Calnmel
Canal ami Improvement Comrwwy own
fl.tiW acrrs that He between Kttt
Chicago arid Lake M tc.hlamn.
tine of the real estate men Inadvcr
tenily admittetl this scheme yesterday
ami in the same breath said that It waa
all a dead crrt and no one was to
know anj thing about It until all the
land was In Ihe bands of the slaughter
The idles nf all the deeds of real es
tate In this virlnlly have been made In
other persons' names than the real
buyers, atd as yet nn one Is supposed
to Know anything about the glgantlr
scheme which Is on foot to move the
Union Slock Yards from the preaent
Iccatinn to the point near Wltltlngs
where six railtoads and a river touch.
The canal that runs through a portion
of this property Is an assured fact and
cannot be tilled up
When the symilralo buys the Calu
met Canal Company's properly they
will have In that piece alone about fif
teen miles of water frontage, Including
the lake, tlverand canal.
3Iesers. Armour, Swift and Slorris
would not talk on the subject yester
THE NORTH AGAINST THE SOUTH AT
A UlcHocletr Kvent tVlilnli tt'lll llr.uv
Out tlie Oroniln A (Irrnt ronttmlt
ntntcti .Mur II" I.onkeil l'or.
An interest eo widespread as to be
almost national Is being taken in the
great football in itch for the Middle
Btates championship, which will lie
playid to mot row, whatever the weathor
may lie. The New Y'otk "ua yester
day ri fared to the match as one of
pellicular Interest as lielng played be
tween teams so splendidly represent
tlve of ihe North and S u'b. Ihch of
the teams has been much strengthened
this year and a game such as Is nerer
seen save between two lirst-class col
lege football teams will be played to
morrow at Capitol Park.
The great Interest taken In football
1M season, when the msutajer of the
Present game showed their enterprise
by brlnglmr such teams a Princeton.
Johns Hopkins and the Naval Academy
here, and thus save the sport loving
public au opportunity to witness elevens
which it had been Impossible to get
bete before, bids fair to be duplicated
Ibis fall. Already negotiations have
been lutered Into with all the crack
college teams, and they wilt appear here
during the fall and winter.
To morrow's game Is the initial one
of the series, and It will be doubly In
tcrettintr for reasons previously slated,
ami the additional fact that the I'nl
versily of Ylrglnla has long had the rep
reeeniathe team of the South, and one
that has endeavored many a time to meas
ure swords against Yale, Harvard and
Princeton, but has always been denied
the opportunity. It compares favorably
with Prlueelon's team, aud an effort
was made to bring them together last
fall, but the expense was too gn-V. evert
had not other consideration prevailed,
the Pttnretoa eleven rifuslng tu meet
tleui. This will be the flwt meeting of
the Ylrginla team with any member of
the later Col lee i ate Associstlon. anil
will deatoiutrete what kind of rushers
and tackier the boys are as compared
with their more famous Northern
The University of Pennsylvania
eleven belongs to the same association
as Yale, Harvard aad Princeton, and
thus far in the chaiu(4oab!p contest
bas wade an admirable showing. It is
the test Uam In iu section aad hts loag
dttirtd to settle Ihe disputed chatupioa
thip, but no opportunity offerel until
the i riseat
'lit atrauetuients for the gaue are
Biueb more perfect than were those last
jear. The referee aad uasulre will be
acta thoroughly verted la the iteKxin
of the game, aad this, of Itseif. assures
tquare and fair sport.
Pii'iiiing by the lesson of last year,
the manegetaeat has wisely decided to
place tickets oa sale at Breataao's. where
those who desire to avoid the crowds at
the ticket ouUe caa obtain tickets at tha
regular prices. The accoutaaaiattoas
for ladies will also be better than Uat
season. The ground has beea aliased
so that the play lag hcuads will he usurer
tha grand stand aad la belter sight of
The gatae begins at i 13 o'clock, had
will he the oaly iater-coiWjrUte cfcaav
pioahip gaaus played is Washiagtoa
IUmMjs IWaiOtMiU Wagaatsw
T m.s WiuuLrfst " ltsuAatBSUaA'i4a
naa ayaaBBasjaBB aaajp p snBaaFVwaaaaBawsa
K,w Yosta, Ort JO. 4 ruuwr. cos
U ftosB aa unusual good source, was
curtecl last aight thsl PresUheat Good
via of tha Brooklyn Players Club aad
Pwaideat Byrae of the Brooklya
Kadoaal Club bad tet duriag the evea
ipg aad had a eoaiereace loofing to the
coaaoMdatioa of the clubs, It was
stated also that both practlcaUy caaw to
aa agrkesaeai, aad that they talked of
the players they will have nt seasoa
acd th slarhss the players wiU receive.
- a " ' "
ti Tkvas (sa atertta.
litmu, Oct dw. Yesterday Bishop
buibtks.who has reiutacd frw afrks,
had a coasultatkNt with LmpetorWd
li iiu King Lipoid aua ( lnuiLellor van
JBaraB Wtostaaas. wb" b i- p.'ti uu.d
bit) tb.i'a.rtufe fr hul 4uUt ,.u.1j
wuch of his Uusuj with Kta$ Leopoid.
Eutpecur Wlliiiuji has prttseoted Hsroa
WtosnaAh a Ub aa elabotaU; tea aetyfce.
The aew Uetauta Afrkaa coawaajr
hopa to divert the sueat of eudgrs
UvU frxuu Awerits to the cvdoaks whUh
it wiu urgsal.'-d to clblUU is s-uth
uuJ 5uutbw.t Afiku Aiii ia Mjiot )
iiiJ 1 1 qii.ii
SADDLE AND BIT
WHAT TIIK FI.TRHS AT BEXNINO
DID THIS AFTERNOON.
THE FIRST RACE FALLS TO SYRACUSE.
Under Uk Win Mamfelin Flushes
BELLITOE GETS HOME IN Tltf TIM",
Tkt ExUsl Wttlhtr Brings Oil the
Iwl Cfewi ef Ihe Metlitg Twu
E.tln Days' fUeing.
lltlght Minslilne, a fast tnrk, a
rrowtltd gtaml stamt ami excellent
Hitt marked the lad tegular day tit
the races at itentilng. 1 he club haa
wisely tlteWetl to have two extra days
a cd thus appropt lately finish the week,
but tr-tlsy was the last of lite regiil.ir
mttllcg, Tliepteamnl weather brought
out a big crowd, by far the laraest of
the netting, and aa they poured
thrcuch the gates the officials uf lite
Jockey Club bad reason to congratulate
tin mnl us on the sttccoe of their
An excellent card for the day's sport
was furnished and tho character of the
hordes up to the standard of the previous
days. The liettlng was brisk as
muni nnd the odds o He red were
eocid. They are a genial lot of
bookmakers at llennlng's, but one
has to bear In mind tliat they are
also out for the almighty dollar. Still
tliev will lay odds thai eive the public
a chance to recoup Itself for its iosaes,
but stiangeto say the public has not
yet done It. and In Its oagerness to get
ahead It has contributed Its wealth to
the already plethoric pockets of the
"bookies ' Perhaps this accounts for
There was universal satisfaction ex
tires tl todav over the ruling off of
lit utiles anil his jockey yesterday.
Since Its Inception Ihu club has llMiy
Insisted upon honest performanres, and
It Is gratifying to the patrons of the
ttsck to know that their Interests are
lelrg protected. If there were more
cltil with Ihe same spirit of the Wash
inttrn Jnckey Club, there would lie
gti-ater Interest In the sport, aud it
would be relieved of a treat deal of lite
odium which now attaches to It.
Following Is a summary of the day.
SYKACl'SK IIKTH TIIK t'lHHT.
l'lrit race, live elgtitha ot a mile.
Painkiller, UW, Utlston. 10 and -i;
Pilnce Howard, 110, Taylor, 10 and :i;
Armadale, li)0, llrooki, !V) and tl.
Harry Hussell. i:U). Ilaggln.-I and 8 3.
Syracure, I-'IO. Stoval. 3 and 1; Itttstlc.
I8t. Taral, 10 ami ;i; Phooa filly. 157,
I to wen, '(I and lo. Moalctn, lOT.-fonex.
.1 and 1.
7 At ruY-Syracuse and Mohican
ere Ihe favorites In the Selling, and
the rlrst rtamtxl rewarded his backers by
winning handily, lie got away on
even terms with Rustic, who
at the half-mile pole was leading by a
half length. Coming around the turn
they were all bunched, and when
they straightened out for home
Itustlc led, Syracuse second. Painkiller
third. Stoval by good tiding carried
Syracuse to the front and won by a
Itnetb, Painkiller second, Prince
VAXDOMS IN THE HEl'OND.
Second race. 1 1 10 miles dentat
ion. 107, Hay. 7 ami 1; Tappshaaaoclc.
107, Lewis. 13 and :!, Cortleelii. lit,
Taylor. 1 straight, Mandolin colt, 113,
Taral, 7 5 awl 3 5.
yss rarr This was another favorite's
race, the second favorite winning esse.
Mandolin led at ihe atari, with Oottkelli
second. Passing tha stand tllenfallon
had tha brst of it by a length
Mandolin second and Corticeili third.
At the uuarter they were the saute.
On the upper turn Uaadolia
went ahead aad was a length
In front of Ulenfallon. Eu
teting the stretch they were bunched,
tut putting ibe pool Iswa Taral kt
Mandolin out ami won by a length,
Corticeili seeoad aad O leaf alio third.
'BELLKVta WIXS TUB THIRD.
Third race three quartets of a mile
Alma II.. illy. lu-V aWU, 13 aad V.
Virgie. 1U8, J. LhwIs, Vi aad V.
Mary Stnae, lud; Joaes, S aad -V
Biddy IVyU. 103, Hay. 9 aad 3.
UUihwood. lot), Stmt. 10 aad 3, Belle -vu.
li,o Taylor, t-S straight.
i ht me Ikliavue ftrtt, Mary H e
second. Alma It third.
Pollowiag art tha eatries in the re
ruurtb vacs Oa aiUst ss'lieg fed
clvs, IIU Uipv Outwe. rl; Lssudef, 111;
Eleve, VM: WWk, U7, Kig Bssem, Ui.
a4 as. John, lla.
rifth atae Baadscsp: ibMusKcr atibt
asats. Mbas Jesat, t.s. aslvtio, lo, 4
q 'i(ar wilffti,
A a wa fa at unlet a Maaa
Fiaultr ttut tha Jon
Km- i'laiuk, Wta., tict. mfilu
Hack, a farmer, had been ia the habit
of luckiag blawelf ia bis bad rooai aad
playiag at sutctde by firing ravulver
to bring hit wlfa to Urms afistr quarrels
special atttuiioa whea he did u yestct
dsy. A?tcr three hours that fouad
hut lying unconscious whh a bullet la
Bootes;. Uet '0u, The State Board of
ArtdUatiou ill visit Lyaa lc-aivrrow.
The award has aotbUd tbt i.yno uw
rn.co ptaaufacturcH m-X the -ikiaco
ho are o wiIVl ..l,1 i,kclui
IhstUaiil eud4voi. i i i i -a k
mat of the loattutu-i
ttOMM S4M t. t.tv
Wai i a. Wvi-iA, &. . Uxr. .
The X.,rMura 1'u ItU. ttrslnrlevsjtor at
1 uri.k.i J..l. u w.u t Ualh destroyed
In itc i-uiuu t.ui'.Ut isilh abuut
yj.kxru lii :mkm u whmst- '1'U los U
MPsvr w kTi vritspagpi"J p tJP w wnP4v
Immakajos, Iwb tact. tW
Totuasy hlilkr of this city tifaad
sriUlcs yiUt-idn.v to tight Toaxaiy
vVumu f"j 1 o 4 aide at Nest Or
uiii NuitUJOtl ii
. j i .-- . . -.j..j.
f MIT itWJWWCtTf.
rwtmetn Mm In t!ha t'retmr 11 rt HW
The I)epwn merit of Start htw rwetfUl
a petition, forwarded by lh TobajWB
Growers and Cigar Xaandwttrway
UrtroB r f Cnbn, to the Sfrnntth OoWni
int, with fegurd to a iwlpfWHy
Ireaiv between the Island of CnM and
the I'nl red States.
The petillonen aNert that they f
rrnf routed with asimpfe probtem On
the one ride, ruin, stagnation, m'aaty
atd vague hopes, on the other srd',
abnodaece, wealth and protsl
After staling that the McKltdey bill
Kill work disastrous effects on Carn
trade, thepetltionera say
"it is mressary to avoid so tntteh
hatm and ward on snrh calamities, and
we find no other way but a romoierclal
treaty with the United State, accepting
the ttclptoclty that our neighbors pre
Jtose. There It nn time to loe in making
thht Iteaty, the McKinley bill wilt go into
trTcrt on October I. and thereby I He
President of ihe United Siaea wilt b
anihotlcal to Impoee heavy duties mi
sugar enmlnf ttom countries thtt
rn Ihe 1st nf Julv, 101. shtll not
have allnwetl rerlpmcal c-wceasions
to the Jfotth A merle tn prodtid.
Aa far as tobsreo Is conOerneil
the new duties ate to be collected Im
mediately, and In ahliclpsiion of tlih
Iheto have been shipped enormtHH
nuantitlts of leaf tobacco ami clgtra.
The 1 mslne rrlsMthtt tlirentcnt its h
terrible, Imminent, and Its oone
queiices embrace very serious dangeM."
The cigar manufacturers conclude by
lcdnrlngthe Chamlier for the interest
It lias taken In such Important ques
tion, accepting In their entirely the
tewiliillonn adopted at the special meet
ing of the 8tli Instant, and asking of the
1. The Immediate abrogation of the
law of commercial relations uf 1983.
3d. The Imposition of a precaution
ary duty on Spanish products, which
should be In relation to the necessities
of the treasury of the Island, so as not
to render dlmYutt the negotiation of
commercial treaties with foreign coun
tries. Ikl. That.wlthoutlofttng time, negotia
tions Ik- .'I lied with the United Slates
for a commercial treaty on Ihe basis nf
free sugar and reductions on tobacco
vtltLltitho limits already prescribed.
lib. That the Chamber of Commerce
and Important corporations of thl
Wand advlte In thilr proposed new
tariff the articles on which the etptrt
duties should be loltlied.
full. That negotiations bo entered Into
with some other countries so as to tastiftt
facilities for tho export of Cub ta pro
0th. That, providing the correspond
Ing duties sre paid, the free title of to
bacco be allowed In Ppaln.
Ulinreeit With I'rnoHilNK u Urlwlntt
(llu'rutlHti lpB IIU MUtrc".
Ton ox, Oct. ;io Owlnr to the high
octal standing of Ihe pi riles tovdved,
much comtneni has been oceasioatd by
tte arrest of l. Fourous. mayor of Utt
city, on the charge of being a rwtty to
a conspiracy to procure a crlmWtl
nperallott upon Madame JoiulcrrH.
his mistress. The 11; in tha caw Is it
Creole and is the wife of a French
naval ofllrer and the daughter in Uw of
Madame Jouulerres is also a slsterln
law of Admiral Coulombeaud, coot
mender of the French squadron, la
Toouln waters. X Fouroux is a ra
tireil naval officer. The midwife, who,
together with Madame JoqulsrrtH, hw
been plsced under arrest, is aaassl
Laure. It was at the residence of thte
woman that the criminal operatlouk
aald to have bean performed.
Madame Aubuerlia, the divorced wife
of a Toulon legal practitioner, acted as
5o-betwetn for M. Fouroux and Msdttavy
oiiotorrts. The operation was per
forate d ou the eve of Csntalts
Jorjulerrc' return from a pMtraetad
voyage. Two months ago the iatliutaw
between 11. Pouruux and the tody
ceaaed, and the latter went to Paris
Front that city aha wrote to the Mayor
demanding money from him. ThUh
refused to supply, wbereupoa his lata
mistress commuolcsted the facts to tha
procurer at this city who Instituted tha
official Isuiuiry upon which the arrattt
TIM or urs.
A Preiutaeat Sw Yrtc HsHhh His
Kkw Yotti.. Oct ao William T
TaswehtB, a former director af th Oat
Mat Ev haage. committed sukldt ay
shcotiag hlmseir last night at hhthw
ia Eaglcwood. Mr. TaaaehtU wastW
ears old. la l71 he bectuie tha hatd
f the flnu of Itobert TjmaehHI & Mtt
Ik aas a dashing operator aad atahtjr
kept ot the safe side of the atarhaV
Mr. Tsaahill was very popular wish
his fellow brokers ia the Cottosj K
chaage. lie was a wUlowee, iHlhllit
who had aa iaterest ia tha boMaestv
fAtrnttJattaaCtl ta L'lMt safasaT saMaVsUt AC
eSFVniiBa' " ir iaf Fry saw
ttsa 9hta t sttjs,twa.
t'uu au.. Uuio, Oct at. lveti
Hoard of laapsovetaeats arrived ia Up
cite lt sight aad will this mortjalg
Bk a petttku ia the SupreuMs Court to
H-strtw Use members of th ae B)td
of Publk- Affairs, sppolssled by MtMt
sfosby . from eateriag upost thaw dutiag
The proceediag k by iiiiisaitl ahd
aWcistoa k sought oa the citwtiiutintv
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PtuoTti, Ctet. . Whlk ajp t i '
arrival of a trsia at the -' i
Lofaiij utowaashu'. .
ofUiU.i- a coxa, da i'.- -,
hi sift ia, Atblt . I
kt.IVa.Ut tt.!. id
t bind ji- . ! td
fls WBPw WF9PtwstJBjBaie,st "i
Uauh Cwk aud
vtk, b!- mitt, i-iw
ittlb.-t i. I till N
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