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L HARK, FROM THE TOMBS !
Wl IHGALLS RUBS CAUSTIC INTO NEW
H ENGLAND'S LACERATIONS.
Hp Tbe Knin. Henator Chora la th.
H, Creed of the Bait Ihs Union or Wl
H and rlonlb nud tu Replacement of
B Political br Kconomle lnmi-WeiU
l weird lm Hlar of Empire !
BLyf tnriAL to ti-b wontn.1
Bf Boston, llass., March in. John J.
Bj itwalU sailed last nielit from this port on
H board the ooast steamor Dorchester for Eal-
Bj tlmore. after having made & brief lisit to
Bj tlio scones of lil childhood anil to lilt
( pai out.-1, who reslJo in Wot lloxbury.
Bj Before leaving ho spoko frccl)' to a re-
H porter concerting New llngland' polity
Bj toward the Vi'cet anil South In tho most
Hflj caustic terms.
WW "Tlio Konnbllcans of New England," ho
Bj (aid. "may panto this in their liatu: ' If the
Hp noxt llcpnblicau Convcutlon nominates a
WW monopolist anil tho platform contains a
m ilcc'.aratlon aealnst free coinage, unless
Pja rmi tcmarkablo change occurs in public
Mt oniulon, I doubt If they will carry two
Bk Btaton west or tho Allegbanr Mountains. ' "
Bj Again he naya: "The very Droanro of
UW cconnmlo question lias forced a combln-
Br ation between the Western State ami those
B of the Mimlsslppl and Missouri Valleys, those
V or tho Gulf ami the Southeastern Atlan-
H" tic Mates; between tho (treat srain and cot-
Ki'aA ton producer!', aa acainst tho manufacture
fi ins and commercial interests of tho Kant.
BLtS This combination has been forced by tho
Ha sreed and grasping characteristics of tlio
Um . Easterncspltalists.
leVR "Tlio Now England oeonle do not under-
ILV itand either the dispoaitiou or the tempor
JJk of the Western people, and havo not undor-
ILV atood thorn from tho beginning. Tho
ILV Vankco idea secma to be to treat tho demands
H of the West with derision and conttmpU
MMM The people thero have becomo tlrnd of being
JLH ridiculed and of having their fnvorlto
JLS measures of legislation overridden, and are
ILV determined to secure for themsclvta tho
H privileges which it has been thecustom of the
BV Hast to set asido for itself. This Is the back-
JLV bone ot the Alliance movement, and among
H the last things its loaders would bo likely to
JH barken to would bo the warnings from the
ILV moneyed Interests of tho Now England
IH "A crisis is threatened and it will take
I the combined wisdom of the country to
I avert it. ll this crisis a line nf separation
f between the East and tho West will bo
B drawn, and it will be precipitated unless
L. tlioie is a modification of tbe proscriptive
HHtj and intolerant criticism wbioh prevails
Hftt acainst Western men and measures. The
''n consequences of such a cilsis cannot be pre-
ft riictod, but tboy will be momentous. The
West and South want a revision and read.
justment of the tariff, they want the free
coinage of silver, they Kant a series of
Mmw economical measures to protect their agri-
E cultural interests, and every word of de-
HHK riaion sent lorth from Now England docs
MMfl not tend to Increase their confidence in their
k " lbe NeBt and South know their power.
HH They know, by the adjustment nf the
PS political forces of the country according to
L5 the eleventh census, that the seat of power
asaal has been transferred to them. 1 hey know
M that It they unite, us they are likelvtodo.
r that they can elect a majority of tbe Senate,
B n majority of tbe House of llepresentatioa
B and n majority of tho Llecioral CoIIckc.
MBV Whero would New England then be? Thero
would be no need of leiolntion. Now hug-
land could then be legislated to tho place
It desires the West to occupy. New En g-
land wants a sold basis. Die Wost and
I Honth are unanimous for free coinage: they
I want a large increase In the emulating
medium, ami all that New England may do
Bj to ttie contrary cannot change this dctnr-
r; minatinn. 1'licy have loug submitted, for
the sake of party, to New England's tarilt
IfKj domauds. but they will submit no longer,
pr "This lew political movement In the
' West is misunderstood by the East -pur-
k poscly misuuderstnod, it would Heeni. There
b are but lew of theestnrn States that are
not within the grasp of the secret lodges of
(1 the Farmers' Alliance. Jib surprising
erowtb In Ohio, whicb started with fto.iiou
k, members and promises to lie JSo.ooo bv
. tbe next 'election, i eunalled in several
ITB other States, and for l'resident Eliot, of
Harvard College, to tell these people that
K they are ignorant and do not know wbat
they aro do.ng is not likoly to modify their
gBK opinion of Eastern instruction. Aa a laat-
teror fact, such knnw-it-all iustruct'ou but
exasperates tbom and arouses their resent-
aSBt lnent. liecau-o the voters of the West may
lack the culture and scientllio knowledge
H and technical instruction or the l'renideut
afV and graduates of Harvard College, it does
Mt not follow that they are uot euuallv as good
f scholars in a wider school and are m.t eu-
Br gaseil in an honest eUort to solve tho great
f problems that confront us in accordance
I with the principles of a soundllnancial basis
and In keeping with good government.
"Jlnwtiie tide Is running in the West,
Kansas tells. In my Mate Harrison re-
I oeived 8'J.uuO majority tne largest rela-
H ttve majority given by any State
ry in tbecuunlry. This majority has dlsap-
) peurod. As in a night the llopnblican
v sent ment of Kansas underwent a change,
Ki and tbe piny of Senator-elect Teller and
( Jerry Simpson look us place.
L lint the State of Kansas did notBtand
K alone overwhelmed by the earthquake. Our
B If New England brothcrn had their chance
success in Now Hampshire, tbeir Demi).
L cratlo Cioveruors in Massachusetts and
Mt ltbode Island and their minority in Con-
FA necttcnt. Wo from tbe West lnresaw the
catastrophe, and wo appealed to the repio-
t tentativos from New England to he 01010
7 moderate, hut our appeal went wito the
K , soup resorved for eittrn dlgustiou.
kji. Your leaders exhibited a disinclination
Hk tomake even the sllgntest concessions upon
M National questions. Tho Western Judgment
fKrB on sucli an exhibition was that future ro-
H, operation for their benefit with the East
would be barren in results, and so they
f looked to thn Scuth. iiiikines interests
V and a desire for mutual protection drove ail
tectioual issues ami factional antagonisms
cut of political use. They were not inclined
K lo continue to dttror with a section with
f which they intended to lorm an alliance.
. andsotlie Ele otloim bill had but little con.
b. lidcration from them.
K "1'hatis wnat NcwEiiRlaml Isdolng. New
P England is dependnnt tin the means to
K maiuiaiu her ntauutactiiriug and counner-
jB Dial supremacy upon the producing regions
B of tho country, for jour farmers do not
raise enough to IiirnUh your population
r with hreaktast tin co raonths in a jenr.
f There are innumerable reasons why the rela.
L tions between tho two sections should be
friendly and Imrmoninus, With reasonable
r eonoesslnns, tho present differences could
be so adjusted a to secure- harmonious co.
: operatbu. To bring this to push compio.
F xnlsesmuat be made. Hut our experioucc I
rlth New England has bsn that tha will
have an or nothing. . .
"Tha great prairies do not furnish ns
with lumber to build our corrals, and wo
want freo lumber and a rednction of tha
duty 011 fence wire. Then, too, we wanted
freo sugar, but tho Maine woods are not
let quite exhausted and tint wire works at
Worcester and tbo maplo trees In Vermont
all hat their champions: so our demands
wero refused by tha representatives of New
England sentlmout, Nat all. for we shall
havo practically freo angar; but those Ver
mont trees haiLto be enriched by bounties.
Our western farmer see and know these
things, and neither President Eliot nor
an) body elrfe cau ahnt their eyes. Our
Western farmers havo aveo moro reasons
to feel lncouscd. During the close of the
jat seisiou they saw their l'uro Food
bill, their Eard bill and other Important
agricultural measures permitted to tile with
tbo scission, so that way might be made tor
the Shipping Subsidy bill, which Is tor the
interests of tho shipbuilder along the
Maine coast, ljn't It natural, under these
circumstances, that tho producers should
rlo in icsentmeut acainst the greed and
get.atlofNew England T
" Men of the agricultural reeious seo that
yearly they labor but to grow pooler, whiln
in the largo manufacturing and commercial
regions thero Is an Inordinate and inex
plicable accummnlatlon nt wealth. All that
these wealthy communities desire in legis
lation is granted, while all the farmers
demand la either buried In commit
tee or laughod out or sight. The
New Fnclandcr lor twcnty.iive years
have boon ablo to do this because
their representatives have by long experi
ence and extended service reached positions
of iutlneuce and power. They have held the
Secretaryship of State, tho Speakership of
tbe House and the Chairmanships of all
povverlul committees, so that New Eng
land'ri wants would be attended to, if ov cry
other section of the country suffered a a
consequence. 'But tbey laugh best who
"As again showing thechange of feeling
In tho West, I spoko twentv.uve times In the
last campaign, and during the month or
October addressed 100.000 people. They
manifested interest exclusively In economic
and political tonics. Anything else fell flat.
The Elections hill and the question of suf
frage in the South, which had been en
grossing questions in 188K, had lost their
power aud were regarded with apathetic- In
difference. Much of this indiffeionco was
undoubtedly dun to a perception, misunder
stood perhaps, lint all-powerfnl neverthe
less, that co-operation between New Eng
land and the Wpst was hopeless, and the
success of tho reform demanded could only
be secured by a coalition between the South
and West, when existing causes of political
estrangement are removed.
"But after after all. the New Englander
are trno to their traditional charactsr, for
the genius of New England has been sharp
cued and developed by us environments,
and for two centuries they have laid In wait
lor tbe human race. New England has her
money invested in Western enterprises-iu
tbe Atcbison. the C, II. and Q. and other
great undertakings. It is among the things
that are 111 the lmmediato future, that West.
tin Legislatures will put upon their statute
books enactments for the establishment of
arbitrary and maximum rates for passen
gers and freight upon the railroads; tbey
will pass usury laws and statutes for star
of executions in proceedings for the collec
tion of debts. These are some nf the retalia
tory danger that will threaten the perma
nent values of Eastern investments inland
"As a New England boy I donotdoMre to
see the line of separation drawn. If It la
drawn it will be New England greed and ig
norancoof tho needs of the Western people
that will do it. The West will play tall to the
Eastern kite no longor. "
In reference to Muratllalstead's comment
that Hie benator'a utterances in the matter
of tho annual British war scare indicated
that he was In need of a change or climate,
the Senator laugningly said that while Mr.
llalttcad believed that tho Senator should
change his climate, when it had been passi
ble for Mr. Halstead to hate a change-in
Berlin be, tho Senator, had been one of tlioie
who had prevouted him. Possibly Editor
Halstead was striving to even up accounts.
Til minister nf Militia t'nmplaln of an
IS FECIAL TO im WOnLB.'
Ottawa, Out.. March 13. The annual
report of the Minister or Militia issued
to-day shows that Canada expended
last year $1,'JOO,000 upon her de
fenses. Of this only x."0U,000 wai ex
pended upon drill. Tha greater part of the
money waa expended upon tbe military
tcbooia of instruction qr, more properly,
tbb permanent force, which now numbere
about J.'-'OO men. The total number of
men drilled was about 30,000, who put
in the usual drill of twelve days,
the total expenditure upon the mili
tia force siuci' oonrederation In 1807
is in tbe vicinity of tJU.ooo.000,
This has no refereuca lo tho outlay of the
British Government upon tha fortifications
at Halifax andln British Colombia aud the
maintenance of the regular force nf the
British Army by the Imperial Oorvernment
at Halifax: nor has it any reference to tho
mal itpnance of the British fleet on the
llrlti'h North American stations and tbe
Attention Is called by tbe Minister of
MHltia to the Insuliiciency of th appropria
tion nf Parliament to keep up tbe dolanses
of tha country in a state or ettloiency. The
Adjntant-lleneral regrets that owing to tbia
cause It waa impossible to drill the whole
Mas Cured Others
will cure you.
V WHAT WAS HIS SECRET?
V The Story of cm Outcast Who Fell Among
Hr Good Samaritans.
EV It was during a fiuo evening In April that
K a number of men could havo been ercn
E I making their way down the Siu Joaqulu in
BH one of those primitive vehicles of narlga-
B tlon commonly cnlltd "flutbonte."
R' Tho tortuous winding of tho rlvtr kept
thrco of their number bus) in Keeping tbo
K boat In the current, vvhllo tho remainder of
H- Mi" company gathered about un Individual
B who nns mtertalnhii: them with rustic nlrs
BjE upon n
Hr The ctcersmun, n tall, athlctlo specimen
H of manhood, vvns dovotlng nil his fiuilt-s
H to sliootltif it slnrp turn in t'.:o rlvti, when
H Ills ovo foil uponndatk object which np-
IVi ptnttd In tl.ii mcuUow nt a dl.lnme on the
Ill M " It enn't bo n bitio heron vv&tcl.Ing lor
If I A, lOpLcr.i," l-o Buttered ; " It's too large.
An' I'pi blessd," he eald, after taking a
keener look, " It I don't think It's a man.
If It Is, what fetched blm out In this lono
Calling the othera to him, they looked In
turn, and tho stoerman'n rurmlso was pro
uoenced correct, Tho wonderfully clear
ctmosjihera permitted tl'cm to eo that It
wiw a man standing uiotloulcss, and with
his fat. turned toward tbom.
Tho boat glided uudcr a bank of tall
rreds, and when they emerged from tho
shadow of tho waving screens nnd camo in
lull view of tbo object, they put tho boat In
tovvarda the bunk and hailed him.
At first the motionless figure did not seem
to hear, but stood na though absorbed In
thought. When again tbo vigorous ball
nns borne donu on the broezo tho figure
BALLOT REFORM AT HAHRISBURQ. '
Hvr Pransylvnnta flepablleaa Ar
Bvadlnar the flreat laanr.
srxciAL coaaxsroxDxiicx or thc woaLD.l
IIinRtsnCDO, March IS. Tho Hepubll
cans of Majne have disposed of ballot reform
by a bold rejection. They will dispoao of It
hero Just as effeotcally, though not so boldly.
Tbe spirit aud Intention 'are the same In
both places, and. Indeed, whorever tha
boss machine prevails.
It Is plain that the machine Itcpublicans
of Pennsylvania will not have ballot reform
If ther can prevent it. The reasons for this
determination will bo ntidcrstood without
any further recital. Tho abttsos which
ballot reform would corroct aro thn abuses
by which tha roaobiue thrive, tho rings
rule and rogues reign. Take away the
power to buy and to Intimidate and tha
combination of rings and monopolies, which
form tho Republican party of Pennsylvania,
would be practically dissolved, and tho people-
would be restored to tho enjoyment of
their own. The Australian system of secret
voting (, therefore, the ono thing to which
the bosses and their followers will never
consent. They will talk about ballot re
form, and they will enact laws ami shams in
plenty, but they will permit nothing what
ever which will destroy or even seriously
circumscribe the power to spot votes which
involves the power to coerce and corrupt
Tbe things needed In this State are. first, a
system of compulsory rorsonal registration
and second, a secret ballot. About these
there is no honest difforenco of opinion. The
necessity tor them was set forth In Gov. Pat
thion's Inaugural with the assent and ap
plauss of all decent and honoiablc people,
without any regard whatever to party lines.
But It appears we aro not to have them.
And why 7 Because, and only because, the
Republican machine ha resolved to refuse
them. Neither the compulsory personal
registration nor the secret ballot is attain
able without a change in the Constitution aa
It stands. The machine denies tha change
in the Constitution, and so denies the re
form. These tactics aro simple enough,
and Inaimuch as the machlno owns tha
majority In the present Legislature it will
succeed in its purpose, unlets the peoplo
shall promptly apply the scourge to tbe
backs of a sufficient number to break th
The particular device with which tha ma
chine leaders of Pennsylvania have con
cluded to deludo the people for the time
being is known as "the Baker bill,"
bkllfnlly drawn, largely a transcript ot the
excellent Massachusetts law, and tn all tbe
non-essentials really admirable, it Is almost
perfectly adapted to aorva the purpose ot a
delusion and a snare. It Is, however, in tha
one essential point the end and object of re
form secrecy of tbe ballot that it Is most
delurivc.most ensnaring I The Constitution
of Pennsylvania provides explicitly for tha
identification of ballots. To accomplish this
It requires each ballot to ba numbered as
voted and tho number set opposite tbe name
of the voter on tbe voter's list No ono has
ever doubted that an long ai this pro
vision remains a secret ballot is im
possible. The whole controversy in tbe
late canvass tumid npon the reten
tion or the excision of this odious "marked
ballot " clause. The workingmen and the
people generally demanded its int.taut re
moval. Gov. Pattison declared that it
must go out. that thero could be neither
free nor honest government in Pennsyl
vania until it should be out, and thatinas.
much as it would take scars to remove it
otherwise a constitutional convention
ahonld be immediately assembled for the
purpose. Upon ihla statement of his sol
emn conviction hokws elected, and that
this an immediate constitutional conven
tion to enfranchise tho people and to eman
cipate tho State from the control nf corrupt
rings was the main object of the majority
which effected the late political revolution
is beyond any question whatever.
But in order to afford recmlng Justifica
tion for resistance to the calling of an Im
mediate convention to meet tbe declared
will ot the people, the llopnblican Baker bill
proposes to evade the marked ballot clans.
It requires the number written on the ballot
to be covered by the turning over of th
eorner of tbe ballot secured by gum, Tbe
list contalnlnc th corresponding number
is to Lo sealed before connting, Tbe whole
contrivanoe is a mere fraud and la known
a such to tha Republican leader or it never
wonld have been employed by them. Tbey
know perfectly that it will not ataud in the
conns. They know that It would vitiate
tbo entire bill if the bill were otborwlsaof
value. They expect and desire the law. If
passed, to be set aside and ro to defeat (he
wholo contention far reform. They know
that even if these provisions, ostensi
bly to evado tbo coustitution, were
valid they would contribute noth
ing whatever to tbe secrecy of the
vote. The wholo system nf election board
espionage would remain precisely as it is.
The officers would examine nsjmbers and
identify ballot Jnst as ihey do now. Tbey
would bear tha numbers in memory, or
mako notes of them. They wonld examine
ana transcribe lists before sealing. They
would havo all the information they have
now, and they would use it Just as they have
done in the past. Tbe sole purpose, there
fore, of the Baker bill is to enable them to
set up a false pretenso before the people, to
say that they have provided for a secret
ballot and that a Constitutional Convention
is no longer necessary. They will continue
tn admit in tha future, as they have
admitted all along. tLat the constitution
in its natural and plain intendment, does
not admit of a secret ballot. But thry will
say, " We. your good mastei s, havo' gummed
down the Constitution ' by act of the Legis
lature, and, presto! hero you are with all
j 011 want and no further trouble." If they
lir surH snl me Mita Wi!,Biow's Soormxo
Siscr lot jour cliildrsa walls iMthluf. !J3e.
started, nnd, raising his hnnd In answer
strodo rapidly towards them.
The men on the boat watched tha op
proachlng figure, tho breeze blowing out
his long, grlizly hair aud plajlng with the
brim ot his large soft hat. Behind him
camo a small animal which, when they
came nearer, the men perceived to be a do?.
Thero were various speculations as to the
character of the stranger.
"Sluice robber, an' ben tlrttv out o'
camp," said 0110.
"(lambler out o' luck," said another,
" Lift his conscience at Capo Horn, and
h llvlu' on his wits," said a third.
By this tlmo the strange pair had rcaohod
tho river bank The man at the bow ex
tended bis hand and drow thcncvv-comcr on
board. Tbo dog essacd to follow his mus
ter, but in leaping struck tho gunwalo and
fell Into the water.
With a cry tho stranger was about to
spring In to rcicuo tho cur, when a inuscu
lur Arm interposed. The steersman headed
the boat for the houk for ttie strong cur
rent bad swept them out and coming up
with tbe animal ho was drawn on board.
Tho man clasped tho drtpplnt: creature to
bis breast and sank clown on tho dccK us
though ha was about to faint.
Oue or two c:sa)ed to wink at this move-
can only manage to postponath matter tn
this way another rear or. two they may
elect another Legislature bv Intimidation
and corruption, and carry tha Stat in an
other Presidential election In the same way.
Tho passage of the Baker bill and tbe sys
tem ot repeating, based upon fraudulent
registration, remaining undlstnrbed, the
machtno would bo in Just at good a situation
as It was before the peoole took It into their
heads to hava honest elections by means of
the Australian ballot.
'I his bomg the substance and intention of
tho Baker blll.lt la only natural that It
ahonld have been made a purely partisan
measure. Tbo Republican caucus adopted
It bodily, and resolved that It was too pre
cious to bo altered tn the minutest particu
lar. When It came tip in the House to be
rushed through, under orders, tha Demo
crats were frankly notified Uiat no amend
ment would ba permitted, that this legisla
tion had been dnly matured in caucus, and
that tha public consideration of it was, like
tho measuro ltrelf, a aham and a fraud.
Tho spirit of tbo Democratic caucus on
Tuesday night was radically different.
There were no differences except as to minor
details, livery mau in that body was for a
secret ballot, and by the quickest means.
They resolved unanimously that they would
accopt every constltntionol featuro of tho
Baker bill, but that th secret ballot, and
consequently honest elections, could be had
in Ponnsjlvanla only by tho exolsion from
the constitution of the provision touching
registration aud the numbering of ballots,
and they would contend for an lmmediato
Constitutional Convention to mako the nec
essary changes, according to the will of tho
people, aa oxpressod at the election, and in
th recommendation of the Govoinor in his
The Baker bill will probably pass, as the
bosses have decreed. They will use the
' ' gumming down " pretext for all it is worth
lu opposition to a constitutional conven
tion. But such Is the manlfost popular-demand
for a convention, such the resolution
of the workingmen and the farmers ou the
subject, and such tha determination of tha
ballot reformers not to be cheated by a trick,
that they may bs compelled to consider a
convention also. If they do. however, the
convention bill will bo Robinson's or some
other equally deceptive Republican meas.
nra, providing for a convention at a day so
late as to postpone the secretvote until after
the olectlons ot 180?, which Is, ofconrse,
the comprehensive schema of the leaders,
embracing the wholo subject. It is not un
likely that two bills-the Baker legislative
fraud and another for a Constitutional Con
vention may reach tbe Governor's hands.
What ho will do with them may be inferred
from the decided language of his inaugural.
ot which the following aro a few sentences:
" To reform the abuses in qnestion a con
stitutional convention is necessary. There
fa no fraion trt ituch a contention thoula
not be atfemliled at an earlv &nv. tt CLeUbera
Items compMrd and the remits submitted to
the people and approved or rejected within
the present year. An act of Assembly may
establish in Pennsylvania an official ballot,
the booth seclndiog the voter and the open
count, all of which are important reforms,
but wo cannot establish compulsory regis
tration or give to the people the one thing
which they moat want and are determined
to have a secret ballot lave by a consti
CitiCNCEV F. Black.
COBimn, Miss., March lo. John long shot
and killed John Gilmer in a nuarrel over a game
of"craia." Both were colored.
BurraLo. March 15 Comptroller vTemple
baa appointed Ihomas II. Murpby, of tbiacily.
Assistant Clerk at Anuurn Prison.
CuBXSBrno. W. Vn., Ma.-rh 15. John Gard
ner, tooldtesser at Stewart's oil well at Forest
City, fell Irom a derrick 1 esterday and waa In
Nxw Bcdford, Tei,, March 15. Frank
eiwver. tbe aeronaut, was thrown from his
sllooc and seriously hurt about the bead yes
Wiltok. N. II., MarchlS Nineteen headot
rsttl and two horaea perished In a fire which
destroyed George M. Hartshorn's farmhouse
and outbuilding early this momliuj.
McBtDZit, Miss.. Marrh IB. Moody Price,
formerly a postal clerk between tills city ana
New Orleans, shot and tnatantly killed Henry
Bhedd last night. 8bedd waa th agiesaor.
Wit-MINOTOK. Del., March 15. Tbe carriac
factory of F. T. Clyiner, waa damared by fir
this morning to tne extent of 910,000. The
Kirkwood House and the Western Hotel, adjoin
ing, were also dmsed.
Mrxnsviixi. Fa., March 15. Three hundred
Idle men and boya will be given employment to
morrow by th resumption of work at 'Ihom
atton Colliery at thla place. Other collieries ar
xpected to follow tn a few daya.
Straws show which way the
wind blows, and little things
indicate great changes. J-0
is a littlething, comparatively
speaking, but it has made
great changes in the dietary
table of the country. Every
well regulated breakfast table
is now supplied with H-0.
Thla advert Isamant forwarded to tbe 11-0 exhibit,
etreof tbe Food sod Health I'xbibitum at Lenox
Lyceum, will entitle tbe sender to receive a com.
plimoDtary tleael by telarn mall.
ment, but tho effort was abortive, and n
commiserating silence fell upon tho group
as tboy regarded the strangely-mated twain,
who sal sldo by side at tho feet of tho helms
man. He was not like the other.', tbe stranger.
ills face was most nflned, but thero were
deep lines thore that showed that sorrow
and ho were Intimate. Ills ejes had n lar
oS, dreamy look,and there was a deep Hush
on clthir cheek which shoaod tbatdlseaso
hid tnkci a hold upon his ) stem. Ills hair
was gray t.nd so long that It fell upon his
shoulder. He was slight in build and ot
medium Hlxe. Ills habllltmnts consisted
ot a htavy bluo shirt, sucu as the others
wore, and a well-worn coat and pantaloons.
Oolr.c lo a locker, ono of the men pro
cured some slmplo food and wit It down bo
foro tho man, whoiuiutrrcd his thanks, and
glv ing the dog a sbarf, beguu to cat.
The meal finished, one of tho men ap
proached and began to question.
"Where are ye from, stranger?" ba asked
In a kindly tone.
" It uinttcra not where I am from," was
" Hut," pcislsted tbe men, " what Is vcr
" My namef You may cull me Ismacl If
vou like," said the stranger, with a bitter
" An' bow camo ye here In this wild
Placet" questioned the raun.
" I came from there," sold tho stranger,
pointing tow ard the Knst. " He camo and
Irovemoaway, He drove me from Val
paraiso ; he drovo mo from tho coast, but
FROM THE WORLD OF LABOR.
Dots KUfer's wbeelrtaht shop la nnw reoalsed
as union plaoo by tbe Carriage and Tfaton Work
The union eompositors on the Lrnn Y'libaro
been loefctd out lor refusing to accept a reduolibn.
Tim Lon Iiland llrswlna Company vlllbeaaked
br the Utvoklyn Central Labor Federation to em
ploy union oogineere.
Durln- tbe last three months tbe Journeymen
rtaketa' Union has islned loo membere In U newly
llranrh 1 ol the United Meehlmate' Union haa
appointed a apeeial committee to propote rerierd
A propostt'on Is before the Mlchlsan Leclelatnro
to au amend tbe Htau Constitution aa to permit
the purobaie of railroad! t,j the mats.
The Koollt Aaaoctatlon of 8bfemskrra has asked
tbfttlrraur Maurice llyan A bon to eubmtttbe Oil.
If reueta with ihcir wcrkmen to arbitration,
Te labor organlaatloua fcf Ilrnoklya propote to
bold ameia mseuuBiin tbe t ily IUU steps aa an
eli Jtbour deruonsletl m on Miy 1.
ItieHoelal Dsraov.ia sof Hatony will hold a con.
veotioii on AlarciitH at Cbemnits toprspare lor tbe
corcluit municipal eloctl na tn that kingdom.
In many Weate u otunlies tne m-mbera of the
Farm-re' Alliance are toicottlna tho newfp.pere
whoee editors retute lu support tLe demands ot tho
Chris, Porfert and John Kmlthhav beonmeb-sa
framers, aoit tbey rare two security, yeattrdsr, to
hind tuetn t upbold Uni n rule,.
Walters' Union No 1 hu returned the tomrli.
ruentary tickets for the ball of tbe Urania Quartet
Olub.bvcauae tbaa aoc ely haa cnaaied niUuion
Henry Ibe-n haa restmrd "editor of tbe Maker'
Journal end tbe riecutituHo rd of the Interna
tlooal llakera' Union la edrertialnf lor a new
Tbe Union lllll I raraera' Union will eleet a nw
Preeident nsit Katurdiy.as 1'rssident Osektn hse
rovlxnod Last week four nee rueiobere were en.
Carpenter llos Oeorae Dletriek hae made an
asreetnent with the Carpenters' Unione to emplty
none but union rri-n In the future. Ilia "aoaoe '
ba? e been dltohargod.
"Moral l'oterty from a Workiosman'e Mand-
fo'nt " la the subject of e lect'ire 10 be dellrered by
leoree K. Murray, Master Workman or I). A. 49,
K. oil.., tbiaeveniugel 630 r-eveulh erenue,
llakere' Union No. Jt charats Hose Theodore
nultnerwltb batlua violated nil contract with tha
Union, A proposition to Jain tua other bekere
nnlons In eitahllshioi; a Joint labor bureau waa voted
d,vn by the members.
Tbe labor organlsatlone of Cbriatlana, Norway,
hare purobaaed a large p ot of grt-uud whereupon
to erect a bulldieg with room for tbe tneetlnge of
about lurty unions. The coat la emulated, at
Branch a ol the United Upnoltterers gained
e even new membe ra last week, aod tweutyme can
didate bare been propoeed. The boyiott egatn.t
Volt Ilroc wee indorsed by the branch. For dure.
tCa.gO were reoelved feet week.
The arerage temperature of wrare-roome la from
SO to KO degrees. In one mill In rail Hirer the
tomperatue la kept ao high that it la kuown aa
"Uttle Hell." Kven In mala of modern build tbe
only provulone for freah elr ar the orevioea under
Valentino I,ower is the eecond to withdraw front
the brewers Fair Trade Association, lie hae pros,
teed to Sell beer to any of reiceneiuta'e cuatomers to
aid tbe boyoott ot the labor unions ayelnel Fetgen.
The Bhoe Laaters bare Jntned th Brooklyn Cen
tral Labor Union. The Legislature will be aaked
by tbe letter body 10 vote lor the bill establishing a
atate printing omoe. Ad affiliated unione tailing
to pay shell duee belore April will be dropped from
llakera' Union No. 1 made contracts with two
boasee laat week and 8,500 union labels ware sold.
At the next regular meeting tbe aaiary of tbe man
ager of tbo laour bureau will be fixed and a new
Offloe Committee la to be eleoted.
Tbe machine wnod.workers st Pilot's shops have
gained en average adranoe of three rente per hour.
Agalnat one of the members of the Myatie Tie Asso
ciation onarsee hare been pretsrreo ty Union No.
8 lor having been an Intormtr at Douglaae' atope.
Lathara1 Union Na 1 has given the members of
No. J, with whom they hare amalgamated, one
mouth totaketianafer cards. Thoae telling to com
ply wltn tbe requeat will have to pay tbe rr-gular
initiation lee unites they prefer to be treated aa
The Dolegatre of the Brooklyn Central Labor
Federation will ask the Joint I- xoullve Board of
Central Latior I ederatlooe to raise the bnreott from
all brewerlea wbiiee proprletora are willing to pay
nnion wagse end keep union time In their ahepa.
"Labor la dirt cheap hereabouts." this la wbat
the owner ol a factory near (lera, Uerraaoy, adrer
tiaea in Uermen peprrs In order toeell hla lactory,
lu which be hae made a fortnne by empli ring several
hundreds of unfortunates who bare been celling nlm
their labor "dirt cheep.'
The non cornmlutonisejomcera of the Royal Body
Guarda at Llnkjo uing. Norway, recently diacuaeed
tbequeatioo, "What are we to do agalnat the
spreading of Socialism among the men In our
ranka!" It la not known wbat tnaanawer has been
aa the proceedings of the meeting were kept lecrst.
Tke Mutusl Benevolent and Aid Association of
the Ureenwood bnrtaoe Railroad employe wld
bare an evening entertainment to. ley in bouth
Brooklyn. On of tre featurea will be a four.ronnd
6 love conteat far a trophy wortb 50. between Will
m Steele and Moxie ' Hough,
lbe frreeco Palntera' Union haa approved th Ac
tion ot th painters of Htts org acainst the Broth
erhood Painter and lleooretora, and resolrd not tn
work on aoy Job where members of the brotherhood
ate employed. The Brotherhood has beenaaareel
witb admitting suspended members of other paint
The attendance at the Workmen's Frew Concerte
In Cooper Union bee become so large, that at rector.
day'a concert, la wes announced that 00 ly those
procunne tlexete wilt be admitted, and thattbe
meratersblp eardaof labor orgauUatiooe will not be
sufficient, In tbo future, to secure mdmiaalon.
Cigarmakera' Union No. 144 will disease the tenement-house
question at Its meeting to-nlg'it In re
gard to tbe decision of Preeident 8treater. who holds
Ibat tenement-booee wot acre cannot be membere of
the International Union, beoanae th enght-bonr
rnle la nut obeerred In tbe tenement bouae.
In eight different ahopa tbe members or the Wilt,
iamaborg Framers' Union bate neglected to elect
shop delegatee and their booeSta will not be pud la
oaae of accident unleea tbe dsleeetee be elected.
Michael bultenberg waa eapelled for dleobeytng tbe
walaiug delegate, Tbe borcott against Fairea.
epan'a beer wee Indorsed by tbe Union.
United Bntchere Union No. 1 enrolled five new
members yesterday. TbeKxeoutlre Committee was
Instructed to draw up a oonlraet to be signed by ell
but oner bosses employing union men. A special
committee waa appelated to sunt tbe new unione
organised in Bnokiyn to aeenre their oo-operatton
In organising tha ebope In hoth cltlee.
Tn aldlera and atUlwrtgbU Union received
yesterday that aU of Ita membere mnat contribute to
lbe tool inanranee fnnd. lbe dnea were reteoj to
40 reale per month. The election ot officers resulted
aa follows. II. Htudt, Jtecordlng Secretary! Chris
bebtenker, Flnanclel t cretaiyi hrneet buses.
Treasurer: J. llokull. Trust; Delegates to lb
Central Labor Federation, Aleeer. htudt and
"It rcuat not for a moment be lmeglned that a
reduction of the honre of labor would at ell hare tbe
tendency of diminishing either the prodnomtty of
the laborer, or the egtrogeta production ot the
people, for it le demonstrable mat wherever tbe
boure of labor have been reduced it baa been fol
lowed by au increased production per capita and aa
a whole." Samuel Goiejrra.
Tbe following new ofieore hare been elected by the
Bruoklrn branoa cf tbe Amalgam vted Hociely el
Carpentere and Joloere '1. biraieter, Preaiaent,
L. Hare, Vlce-Prealden:, J. Irevide. becreiary.
F. (tittena, 'Ireeeureri W. Kobertsou. bcre-eanl-at
Arms. 1 he branch baa purchased a uewflagtobe
dlsf Isyed for the first time on Lat.i.r iay.
Tbe United Wood Carvers' Aesoeiatlon has ap
pointed a committee tnprepere plsns aud apecin.
cations for eatabllabing a co-operative eliop. At
Bradley A Corners' shops two of tbe roombrra bare
b-en Ttctlmlx-d, end twootner meu.here who were
inairurueetal In baring them dlacnarged ware hned
rVilllam Merten and Albert Bernhard wero elected
yeiterdartnrepreeant Typographical Union No. Jit
at tbe Boeton Convention; their eubvtllute ere
Bruno Belnsdorf sod Cooetsntlne Adler. A nee
sealn of wagee waa proposed, which, sithmrh It
dues not involve a greater outlay for employers, will
make the income of emp!oee more uuitornj. ite
dlecue-lon noun the propoaitlon will be continued
Tbe annivereary of Contectionera Un on No. 7
was re ebrated in great style Hsturday eveulnc at
Maennrrcbor lie 1. Keel JCth street. There was an
exhibition of many artiatically arrenred show 1 ecee
of lonlectl inerv, ant daiuiug wae inanlred in ui,t 1
tbeeuiell houra ot bandar mommy. Drlegetijne
from all bakera unlcni and fiber labor oramxa
tiona were prekeLt w tu tbeir flags
Mrs Vona ow, Vice-Preeidem of tbe newly or
ganised V-ur Operatora Union, addressed the Far
riers' Union on neturday. easing thuiit to sstist in
extending the ranks of tbe new organisation and
I was Innocent of what they charged acainst
me. It wax a witknd and cruel deed '"
His queetioncr arose and tapped his fore
"An' have )e no friends?" tho boatman
" Friends? I hnvo no friends but one."
As be spoko hi bund rrstrd emtly upon
the head of the dog, who looked up affec
tionately. After that they left him alone. Vor three
tla)s the pair remained on the boat, the
proprietors regular!) bringing ihim meals,
whtt'h tlin old man ate In tllcncc.
On the fourth day the) rame to a spot
vvhero n tribiitar) tlowtd Into tha main
stream. Beyond tho bunks of this river
rdre'rhed n hvel plain, which nnJcr the
vvmra rains had thanirod from n dustv
w.tste to n vast llowrr bed. As far na tho
yc could sett tho enrth was ilotlud with
floral riches, width wero as many.hucd as
When tho stranger caught sfght of this
display nls c) u brightemd and bo rosu to
" Klowcrs, Tim1" he cried. " Wo must
1 ho boat was headed for tho hsnfc, and
ihc old man, putting two gold pit ees 011 the
IkIicIi iihiii which he had Ik-vH sitting,
slipped ashore and walked rapidly away
ttcr wulklng until a turn In the river
hid tho boat from view tho old man threw
liuiibilf down nnd began to pluck tho blos
soms about him. I
" Mi, 'tis a beautiful nosegay, Tim 1" bo
said to the dog. " And they can't drive us 1
from this, can the), Tim t"
,. li.lllisisn .-
Stout, Short and Slim
havo greet difficulty in getting
Suited or Overcoated. Tho fault
is not thoirs, but the clothier's,
who has not adapted his stock to
supply this want. We can fit any
shape from 33 to 50. We mako
a specialty of these.
Tbe leurafHt C'IoihIuK-IIoiis.1- In merlca.
Jrail nud Orchard fMt.
Hl.TiPLK P KICKS I
ChamuBr Suits, &r $12,50
Parlor Suits, "Mi-. or - 49.75
Woven Wire Springs, - - 2.10
Hair Mattresses, - - - 8.75
Mnntel .Mlrrora. Parlor Cabtiirtn nnd n
ratnplrtn line of C'urpttn, A.C., nt e.juaUy
W-cin quote price, on other joodi.bat qaotv
tlont araoa t to very lit tin witltuat aetuc tha good,
You mtjr be lutl hort or lunntiy now, bat we
cin fsUllj tit tUtt pMt U rlibt. aud In wij rirr
till f vct 017 to yon,
6ATELY & WILLIAMS,
(Delnreenfllh nud 7ih raven.)
136 and 138 West 23d St.
For (he Skin and Scalp.
Tbe rtiult of '20 rein tir&etleal eipcrleoee
Hie hi; .Oil-arted by lOe niedu4a prcfn.i,.on, un
i equalled aj a remedy lor fH.xauia, n-ald brad, oil
kin, pimplea. fle.Ji worn-a. diacuioitttiboa, i-giy
cotnplenoa. Ac Indltpeiuable aaatoiial fcrticju,
aoa a aure pre f entire of ell diMttei 01 tLe aaiu
It remotes dandruff md rcarf, and produce a
betlthr action of tbeeoalp. tberrbr protnot ug tbe
erowtb of tbe hair, and iiteteuilui iu tal.toif oat.
isy, It ii InTeVluftbie tor ate tn tbe nare
(CKpiBfc err, iti eJitj.Dc Itchinc tutle.nim.v-
Vs!JptQgaAav nun, aodpreveatini mUkiruit.
eelMS tc-ud'Qead rih. ou account
' Lbbbbu ' - dmuietUtu proptrtiee ti
nvs-evev Ea prerrnta aud aratiuje a 1 uo
9 x, 04 Dle&sant cdor. pieieuta cU-
"- WflpffiSi eaees etc.. aud njf te maed
Lk. aj w tu iiopuoitr en tfie noit Uell-
NpPe 5VI ok MIaMno. It prerenta bar
&2& bttr'a tlcb, ecxemt, rlng-wotni, and
t inflamnnvtory attect oue ol tne
face, and Ubealiuic, rootbiug and retteh.ct.
Tbeabical people will nua iv excellen( lor waih
ins off paint end make up.
At UrniraUlH) or Sent by Mull. 30c.
FACIAL III. K.M IS II IS.
Tbia U tbe larfeat uatabllsbment In tbe world for
tbe treatment oi ttieikui aid traip, ecxtama.malep,
warte eapertlnoutt bair. birtumir mbtu, trexK
les,Dimp.er,wrmt.le, reduoie. red e.ni,oiir akin,
acne, bleofc btad, tarber ucb, tear. imUii0,
poeuer luarkst, (acta I darelopment, etc. Co o nit a
tlotffe, it office or bjr Iwlttr, llitt-xitce book on
all hkin and hcalp Affedtoa and tueir tieatmeot
aent teealed) tor iOc.
JOHN H. WOODBURY.
125 West 42d Street, New York City.
Why pay faAcr price
lor hate, when you
ran bay lbe let bat
made at eVaMVO, any
abapi block yoa d
alref MANN BnOTUERS
(iraod fc Urchard ate.
promlelor that none of tbe union operatora would
work for e.ab" fnrriffre Aeeuieot, will biren
derel and tbe furrifri will not employ anr ntd'
anion operator benoafortD. ibe Carrier Union
aiimfltei twenty new tnrtnien laat week, eicb of
wbooi paid i,.'0 initiallnr lee. Bit oandidats
were propoeed. J. T. lUinnon wae eipe Iwd for
tkin wor. irom llernx hone x Co , where tbe fur I
rlereereon etrtLe. At the nxt meeting ameua
mnta to toe cuoetitntlon aod tbe proposition to
pobiiaa an offie al organ will be diacaeeed.
Tbe General Term of ttie tup rente Ooart be4
affirmed tne )udcnnt in tbe cats ot Vf, W, Ryan
aainttbe Burger t Mower Brewing Company, Id
TiXTing IDe tjuretioa of boyonttiDg lljen, who 1
kept a ea non on Hamilton attnnn, Urooklyn, waa 1
bojctitted by tbe Htuvrer' AooiailTi raecauee. It la
alleeed. Hie predeceeaor faild to pay bit ber bill.
Aa Kjan ronid not get any ber liom tbe raemt era
of tbe Aetociatinn bit buain waa ruined, aai he
ened Hurir t Mower tor damiret. lbe jury mat
him SJ.0O0, The lawyer i( tne Aaaociation apieald
the oaae, but tbe jtidruent waa aaataioed by tbe
Ceneral Term on ftatur lay. lbe aum and aub
atanceof tbe declaUn te that buycottere are liable
I fur the daniagrS cnu by them.
' At yeeterdajr'a meeting ot the New York Kramer' !
Union omrltint we made again thu the traiuM
aud carpeutera employe i on the UoyernmeDt bund
i.injre tn t".lil Ulaud harj not been ptld nman wage.
and tbemembarrs workiuc thre aeembleJ at ibe
labor bureau of the Uuijd, h'J Viral arnue, relating
to cow the ! nd uoltee ibeir wagei wre puld m
full. V .Lettrbaum waae)ctedmftubrof tbe Lzaiu
! iniug Ciiinni t , anl J, H ert waa appointed on
I the ri i..r.c Commtitie K, Hocbatelter wae Unci
for nit ki 11 filte a.ilernebtM In reari t thi ,
waareereo ired by him. After May I the mmbre
will not I- permitted to work eithiramerabeisinging
to Union .So, 1 atid ', Brooklyn, a tbey rfuetj to
recognUa the ioinl iu ee eot lnl by .ba INew ork
and Broiklyn I'nlcnst, r llicbter waa elected lelt
sateto the Kigbt-Uour Conferenca,
I.abt month (J to c Flint Co . of 14lh it
and Oth are . ch-are d out old elock at any price and
ron e ot ,ur rcaJm got crett nargaine, end cow.
whl'e tbe trale are lamenting the dull tlmee ana
viewing with long feces the olofeahloDed etiok
era " tn tbeir warerooma, t-L!NT Co. are ahowing
"hierTeU uf beauty" la lurniture that sell at
Then rising bo wcatily took up bis march
towards the bilU un tbe east, hi s footfalls
making no sound on tbe sprinsy iath of
velvet inoa-s. Ibe sun beat down tierce
and hot. and deeper prow tbe flush on the
old man's cbecl. At times he muttered
wildly to himself, and bis pace grew more
utitnad). When he faltered the dof? went
ou ahead, and, facloff about, seemed to
urfre blm on. Mile nfter mtlo was left
bcblud until ai lencr'b a mlolnur camp
camo In view. Then tbe oM man stopped.
"Shall wo ko thire, Tim? Wbat if he
should bo thre' Oh! Bandlnl, you are
rutl, you are cruel m he cried, clasplncbli
The dog came buck nndtaUnffhtm by the
klrt of hi toat tried to pull him it Ions
Tie old iiihu hlattrtd forward until tin
almost reuclud the workers by the river'
cd (iv. Apatu ho stopped, while tbe do
ttiKt-d at tils coiit, but In vain, lbe sick
ms u.M)u htm ami the Vci bad capped hi
stritith lie roiled i nd ft 11, and as he MI
be ciuncd tbe don tt tboianh, wbo.crnwl
In-? from beneath tbo r lebt timt hrld Mm
down, turned about and Hiked lib master's
Ho mlcht havo lain there until he died,
but a m.nUterinff anil in tho form of u
wouiuu d- tbo means of keilug the Hatne
of life lu bis body for a time.
She did not possess the beauty of a Ve
roneeo Madonna nor the tender prute of an
Ophelia Mio was mlddle-ajrtd and homely ,
she was dressed tn coarse garments aud
she held a heavy bucket in her lunbiirucd
AMUSEMENTS. j AHyXXWTS. fl
TONY PASTOR'S:- Wfqg&EL. fl
PAQTnR JENNY HILL. 1
ITflOilJElf . pendld Irish Oemed.a. SJ
JOHN AND HAIla5LYt KERNELL. f
niBrllfe? JCf,2?,' fatorlte, h. on ana oel, fl
JAMS iAGCSE CONE. H
RUSSELLROSS AiSD FENTON. 9
ROSE AND MARTIN JULIAN, 4
2 CR?"i). r, HINES AND REMINGTON, II
C. W. LITTLEFIELD, DRYDEN AND MITCHELL! M
MATINEKS TUESDAY AND FIUDAY. !
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Reserved Seats. TRiSXt 60a
Wr'nrsdsj- Vtallnrr hatnrdajr.
THE MOULD'S OltrATFHT Ml.NSTItLL OIl-
tl A S 1Z ATIO V
HPKflsl, .tlAriNI'K TO.irOllUtjW.
a 1ST, PATRICK'S DHIS
Nest we-t, FUANK UA.VihU In (Jttlo l-Uwl.'
MU-KUM. VI U 11 6 II V 8UTII HT.
Op'nlr'mlOa.M.ttllr M. Adii.lllc. U.s.stisrtra
JOll.t RHI-KIIAS, Ireisnde haDOn.nt. st MUL-
DOO.N'H HKOKP1 ION all thiajreeL.
S!? I THE FAIRIES' WELL,
Next VVeek-tnKTWKLVK TKMPTAT10SH.
HARRIGAN'S THEATRE. AftE.
M. w. liiULUT ....Mense-T
Twelfth Me.ksDd UeprOMleot.r1 aoocesa.
till. IIOVV MM) irtltltIOA.
Reiilly andjthe 400. rft ,','
OAHUCN TllhATRK. MAOI30.V AVr. A.1U
eve.mnos at k is hat. mat. at 2.
I Adapted from therrenobof "Deeant
LOVE I'Fnneml." U. IliCJonUUemlier. aataur
I... of "Csptaia h.ilt,' Idler.' Ae.
a.is rirat DrametloD Id tale coaolrjBinai
W'All lis reat Hsrisisn success of
TVVO HUMJIthD MlUlir.-t. .
ACADDIV. MAT'SKKa WKD'V A SAT'V.
l.v-l .MONTHK AKlbll FOUK VKAK3.
DUUUI TUOmKiON a.V OIIIOI AL CO
T)1EP LP HOMESTEAD.
jw. i) MiNKiriTPKori.h'a iuuatrk.
Kate claxtun in
Mlt. McKKK KANKINlrrnewpler
HTI1A MAT. Hl PA lHICK'S PAY (Tceedef).
PROCTOR'S T,,&Ti;iE' I MEN
MOibPerf.Wed.Marcb-iJ Soneenlra AND
C'IIKf.KH IM)III.1IANH CU.UfriMrM
AlAll.NKnH VVKU. A.NU BAT. 1 1 U M C. I a
COLUVJilUH TIIKA1KK lMUi SI. snl Lei. ar.
Mslioees Vi'ednsidsr sndSalardsr.
Hands Across the Sea.
1 be Ljosam Tbeetre Rrjeocss.
Kesrr Erenio and Vy4. anil Bat. Matineee.
ED E N--OTER O-".
W. aJdStT BKAUTIFUL. JAPANESE.
XTU ST. MUSin HALL AMD ALItAMBRA
CUUKT, lit and 136 ka.t lltb St.
Orebeatnon yUja ererr afternoon and eeenlnr.
ISealectedcaae apeeiaU. tveud Ue jaee r.
VHo liroedwaj. M. T.. aad ilat 5Ji rVaialattaa.
SMALL-POX IN ST. LOUIS.
PUTalclan IIktIok av Ilrvrd Time etmmp
Irm It Ont.
IsrrcieL to thi oau I
Bt. LiOc:s. Mo.. Msrch 15. Tlire week
ago a man named Campbell waa fonnil slcL.
aod drltiK with small.poz in a 10. cent
I lodKlne-bonse on the levee, aud. borne too
I weak to aland the ride of 100 mile to
Unaranline. vraa placed in an isolated vrant
I of the City Hospital and died there a lew
days later. Tho place was tumlcatcd and
the clothes were bnrnenl.
Two vi teas passed and all went well until
last ednosilar, when tvro patients were
seized with I lie disease and hurried to Quar
antine. 1'he ward they slept In vraa fumi
gated and all the clotblnit burned.
Tunrailay a waiter in aehennrestanrant.
who lay here a patient in tbe hospital w lieio
Camntiell died, waa taken with ttie malady
aud he too went down to Onarantine. Ill
room waa sinoketi with sulphur and every
thinc he owned ws bnrned. 1 tie city phy
sicians tlionsht they had at laat squelched
lint to their horror it appeared attain at
the IndKiuc-honse n the levee. There it
i was found to-day that a lodcer named
, diaries Welbel had been taken witn the
disease, lie had been there when Campbell
was sick and had diitted away.corainsr bsclt
only a tew daya aeo. In tins nay he escaped
! tbe fnmieatinu. At thn same time another
case made its appearance at th City Una.
pital. Anton Mtiucer bciuR found with an
unmiatakablecase. He was sent toiiusra i
tino and is there now vrith the rest of the
patients. 1 lie lodginR-hon.o waa1 acaln
cleaned, and iho citr rhysiciana say tnev
aiern-itldent there will be no more small
pox in this city.
aya lie Will Hlnp the Klcbr.
lariciiLioini wosLn 1
Tnnr, X. V.. March 15. Chief Detective
Markbam. when informed last nUht that
the Duon-Mi'Carthy fleht was publi'clyad
vortlseit to take nlar. on Marrh .'U.aaid that
he would stop the battle at all risks. Ilia
maneEers say they will procure an Injunc
tion, bnt .Markham aaya ho will arrest the
pueilist. injunction nr no iuiiinctlou, and
sett'e the court prnceilinesarternardt.'lhe
Chief la in earnot. and savs tLat no in
tluruco can bo brought to bear to induce
him to foteso hi plain ilutj.
Heslan'a Trltiate to Hernhardt.
Bobtov. March M.-Messrs. Abbey.
Schoeffel and (Iran announce the receipts
foi Mme. Dembardta nx eveniiur perform
ance: and tli ret- matinea asorer Mll.ouo.
Ihe lieure. are swum to by the treasurer.
THE JUNIOR IH TleK ItKST Ol HTEU
Dtscnit In tbe world, snd tne deiifbt of bore and
atria. BoluSOc. 11KALTUFOODOO..S1 Jti.re.
Hot she had the heart of a woman, for,
Eolnc to the iirootruto Pgnre of tho poor
sufferer, she lifted htm In her strong arms
and carried him to a homo that was set
apart ns it refuse lor victims of pulmonary
complaints and acuto rheumatism.
Tbe doctor of tho camp bad just struck
"pay dirt," bnt ho cheertully responded to
thecal! for hie services, and through his
and tbe kind-hearted woman's effort the
sufferer was once moro brought to con
aclousness. On tbo tunk noxt tbe old man lay a man
who was down with rheumatism of tho
worst kind. This individual waa possessed
of line vocal qu'ilttlie, and no sooner had
Ihc phjxtciun kit the room thiiu ho began
I to Ulk
l "Welcome tq Douuvnn's Patch, stran
ger." siild he. " I would giv e j on my hand
of 1 wasn't llxitl je'r so. 1 can't move, &o
consider ) onrself shook."
I He waited a minute lor a reply, but tho
old man did not uimwir.
"1 rtikon ye never whs tuk this yer
I way," bo vvtut ou. " Theao ihtumatlx
takes a right povrirful hold nf a man, I
kiti tell ye." Still no reply from bis neigh
bor. My name's Jim Corkery, at jcr service,
nn' cf je'll oblige, me with jer handle, yo'll
" Tim 1" muttered tha old man and tho
dog, who had betu crouching In a corner,
jumped upon tbo rude bed and lay by his
"Tim!" said tbe rheumatic patient.
" Well, It hain't baa ter spell nor easy to
'wV'.Tyj.'1'" niUIADVVAY.wear lhaa. M
J. WhSLKV jtpsBNOUKSr ...... Sol? tlao aaer H
1- sry Kfjbt. Mallnele VV iV. and Set. "fl
SUCH A LOT OF FUN, I
100 CO.NVUI.SIONH. ' "
MO PITH, rfl
of Isachter at erotr performance of T.H
NAT G. GOODWIN 1
- t(a the crisp and rfrCTb!nff conitjttT, lfl
THE N8MINEE. 1
,.,. THKNABIiJ OLD MTORl. JM
Toe tnsitro lined toorotftewinarall the tlaaaw1 W9
BItOVDWAY TllliATIlR. ' JM
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EDWIN BOOTH, U
LAWRENCE 1JAURETT. ha9
nf?MJVrTiuV, iv',', rbl ",'t aalrtrdw malme. 19
ItlUllkLIrUrTnorsdat' aero tril.r nlahta MAlt IH
i!ti.'.U'',l,rdax nun.. rtlHinKM LOVK and J9
HAHRKTT'NI.At WhEK. Monday. Mtronantbt l&M
Venice . I nesdar. HeraUii.1 VKlneeder, Olbellot !
Tbur... ttlchelieai Fri.. jollus CV.tr i rlii. tnaUaM. -
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X4TII HTBKK1 THfcATBR.'Tjtear CthAe. &M
. Poitlre)y but vVeett; ?ieV
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lvxtra Vtat.-HI. ratrleU'at I)OT-TsiradiayI .3
W. J. SGANLAN . I
in th domestic Mh dtama. 93H
THE IRISH MINSTREL. -11
elt neea-MAWTfcH. la Mt.1UARa. V
. To-Niaiivis m
The Groat lte'niational
SIX-DAY GO-AS-YOU-PLEASE. M
a.AOIrtKViA1 janEN; Mi
Atltbefamone ped-atnaDa ot Enroise, Aria 'and JI
America, ar.'.ono in prtzn. Tbe r) J. 000 diamond fH
belt to breaker ol tbe rerorrt. sei..esi
ADMIHSION, nO CCStS. ''RM
. UI1A1U.IJ8 G. ALUEln. Manager. -$M
A. RUBER'S I4TH ST. M
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mm im W0HDEB' m
fipm urnts. 'M
JrAVJl.i'iilX& Doab'e Rtae Compear. Trjsrj
' -"S " " All Mew Curiae.
BaADIvox SQ. TIIKATRK, 'Jtlh at, end tl'trar. xU
KreolneeB.IV halnrrtair Matinee at 3.
THE PHAEJBSEE M
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ph CARMENC1TA. H
5 GLINSERETTIS. 5 'M
SPECIALTY E.trrJlTAINjtnS. Il
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jeninaat8.15. Matinee Salurdae et 2. Wm
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Admlaeion. iiOc. b.ta on sej t.e weeseeheed. IB
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,. Krenlnreat s. Mstlne. Sstorder st 2. .JI
' THE POWEfl BFTHE PflESS." 1
Nlnt.OJS &ac.-Peeerred Eeata-SO. f
KcKEHKA'S ,M:i"v FLIRTATIOH J
Mat, Wed. I FAY. I Mat. 8at.
JALMKR'S THEATRK. Dnidsrar A StrtSasT W
k'enlnea. H. II. biturdar Matinee atX &
willard. L WEALTH. 1
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COMFORTS B'c",Tf,V.nr.l,S5rt,"- 1
OF HOME. rtr-artW
NKW PARK THKATllK, Hroadsrar aadruthsA. 1 .1
t Krerr .r.nint at a.U Matinee thora. Set.
I J A VIES T. I A S
! POWERS. I IN1 STRAIGHT TIP. M
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JaV.MBKRG THE ATKK. Irrlnff plaM A 15th st, ,&M
lv.nicht. diieMilaTaB4Tharsda, PavULow dtB
In Th Jirl With Monoy. Tat-aJar Dto Joanul J$M
Ufa, Vriday ttim, UbmX And tULnxiif, Sodaaa l(M
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BROOKUH ASWSEHENTS. J
LEE AyjADEIfir 1
TIII8 WEKir. SATUItOAY MATINKEOM.T. 5
Mr. aadUra-KK.NOAU i
Monday. Thurs. and ha(. Mat.. Tbe Ironraaatea.
Tneedaj and rndar. A bcrap of leper. Wedaeedar
NtUU Tn. Weaker hea. Satnrjar Hifto. Tb.
Ou.sn'e Kbillma. Poettl.. relrellat. i
HYDE & JBEHMAN'S. f
THIS WKKH. effl
Matiseea Mondsr. Tneel7i Iboradajr Jt Satantar. nb:
HELI-Mi MOUA, lj
tbe Ureateat fulnnr Female Baritone, VL
In addnioD to a rl'KMAblY COMPAlfT f &
Uoi-erhce open datl from II A-M. t P. M. g
James O'Heill In " lha Dead Heart." M
COL. SWN8 NEW PARK TIIKATUK. Jfifl
lsTbtlJ tij'nwsj-ak MtiD4 Tdna4a A Sa tarda. Jr3'
EhOLIbU PAhTOMIilU ASP HOVULTY CO. SMj
IOVKLTY THKATRE. S. 41b and Drifts ate. 4Kk
Krerrereniee Ibis ereek aod matinee Sw
Tueader. rbnrsdar and Maturdav. H
TUK HKIVATK Me-UniCIAUY. MM
f irjet. Wot's tber balance of It t" Ko aoond M
, uuie to Ills ear but the beavrr breathing ot ?,
hla nelahbor, (or he lind f allea asleep. Mf
"He ain't vtry loclaLle," growled Mr. ""aa.
Corkery. "Cuw these.jrer sanltarr regela- 'Sm
tloos 1 DanU et I ain't sick of 'emt" 81.
Darknee8 came avrtftlr on, and with it 1
came tbe fresh nlcht breeze. Aa the gloom MM
grevr deeper tbe wind grew itronger. nnlfl WM
finally tbe rude blast made tbe rickety jjl
building tremble to It spine. -MI
"Ob, dang all this I1.' said Corkery, u lal
eaih vibration caused his joint to ache. vHI
' It'a enough ter kill a man. Et I waan't -MM
ao tough I a'pect I'd gone to tbe Wenerablo 9m
llenr) longaao." 9M
"Leavod bare tltelr tlmo to fall and ;
flovrers to wither at tbe , north wlnd'l m
Lr.-atb," eald tbe old man In a low toIco. ?
" I'm glad lo hear It," eald Mr. Corkery, a
think ntt tbe word! were addressed to blm- jm
self. " Hut, stranger, how's tbet goln ter 9
alter my case t" ,w
" You forged tbo notes, Bandlnl, and fa. iM
tened Hem upon me. liut 1 forgive yon," AM
muttered tbe old man. Through the dua '"Hm
Uk'bt of tho flickering Are upon the hearth
tbe llatener could see lilmfold a dark object 1
to his Lreast nnd lay motionless. The "JU
silence grew oppressive, and filled with la MM
lmltHnablo dread the man forgot hla infiraa. .39
Ity and sprang to tbe door. " Hey, lllll I " torn
he cried, " como qutckl there's aomethlra' ,'Wm
wrong hero I"
There was nothlns wrong, for when tb kmw
doctor came In he simply found that a nja. :
mom bad been sent front above, and MetM IH
was one leu ot the population Qtvwank$ WM
fAtch. XxcAanei. jmj
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