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SOUTH SIDE VOTERS
HUNTING DOG RESCUES
A BOY FROM A POND.
CAMPAIGN IN Oil
NEAR ITS CLOSE,
THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1900.
rQ&&! SJ iff w & B3p$iU& M
(Monster Alt etintr at Hermanni Hall,
Caiondck't, I'l-crodi'il bv a IIouv
mir Turchlitilu rroi'i'-Mon.
FORMER REPUBLICANS IN LINE.
ii(lorM'il Hie Opinions, of .lmlL'
Daniel Dillon ami Other Oia-
ioia Oilier KiiiliUbiitstic
Smith St. Louis Democracy is thoroughl
tumised. and nevt Tucsda it will return
he old-time majority for the Democratic
lickei. One of the most enthusiastic meet
ings of tho campaign was lield last night
rt Germanla Turner Hnll. In C.aroadelct.
1're-vlous to the meeting l,y' Democrats
nnd former Republicans marched In a mon-s-ter
proceM-Ion, that ettnded four blocks.
Led bv a bit: drum corps, the procession
jnarched through must of tho strtets In
outh St. Louis
In tl'e procession at the he:id of the
marchers were 2e) railroad men. and each
carried a railroad lantern It kjs not onlv
a badge of the organization, but a Minting
i.buke to the onc-candlc-povvcr 3I.ioi
TVanspareaeies In the procession pro
claimed the marchers for Urvan. Pockerv
and Bolte. and the cheering for the Denio
erailc ticket throughout the line of tlie
panide ia continuous The hills and hol
lows of Carondelet i,ave forth the houts
of Democracy that echoed in that locality
In former dajs. and promi-ed that A. II.
SHolto woull gie Mr. Bartholdt the race
of W"? life tor the congressional election
Gvrmania Hall was fllled to overflowing
with enthusiastic iolers. At least IS') peo
ple were In the hall, pr.il man were forced
to leave because of tlielr inabilll to secme
teai or oven standing room.
James A. Kennedy acted as clniim.in of
the meeting. He Introduced Judge Danlil
DIDon. who made a strong spot eh on Im
perialism, exposing tho tent ts of the Re
publican party and excoriating its leaders
for their efforts to saddle trusts upon the
James Vernon Martin, the oung man
jwhoso bcok on imperialism has attracted
much attention, made a short speech He.
2oo, condemned the Republican party lor
President Harry B. Ilav.es of the Jeffer
pon Club made the net speech. He evoked
ii vast amount of enthusiasm .is he ridi
culed the efforts of Theodore Roosivelt at
Ban Juan Hill. Mr. Ha.'i tcok tip the sub
ject o trusts and dalt tlie Republicans
pome hard knocks. At several panicul.it ly
pertlnent points he w is loudlv cheered.
Henry S. Julian of Kansas Cit discussed
Stato and national Issues and fully ex
posed the fallacies of the Republican party
on tho question of the School Vund
Another good meeting held In South St.
Jjouls was that at Xotlon.il Hall nt Allen
avenue and Dolman street. At hea.st SOO
.voters were present at the meeting and
lhcy paid close attention to the speakers
A. F. Rector of Saline County, Charles T
Sioland. Mr. Brennan and Perry Bjrtho
Jow were the speakers The luttei speaker
confined himself to the- World's Fair amend
ments. At Social Turner Hall at Thirteenth and
Mor.roo streets the Worklngmen's lirjan
Club lield an enthusiastic meeting with
3.SM present. The Reverend Georse Stoll,
, former Republican, was tho principal ora
tor. Mrs. Alice Mulkey made a strong
bpeech In support of Democracy . She wa..
At Arcade a big audience attended the
Democratic mettlng. H. CIa Heather,
John A. Lee. T L Anderson. Joseph W
2i"olk and J. J Russ-ell wde the speakers.
POPE'S ATTITUDE MODIFIED.
He Likes 2ot the Stateinents jlailu
, by Fieudi .Minibtei'.
Paris. Nov. 2 The Courncr D.i Soir.
which is often Inspired, announced that M.
IWaldeck-Rousseau's speech at Tolouse last
Sunday, in the course of which he alluded
to measures contemplated by the Gov em
inent against religious congregations, has
made a bad Impression at the Vatican, anJ.
that the Pope Ins Instructed the Papal
Nuncio at Paris to modify lilt conciliatory
attitude toward the Trench Government.
Tlie Rival "Eaglets Maude
kidanis and Sarah I.eriihardl. A
.full page in many brilliant color.
TO-MORROWS SUNDAY RE
RUSSIAN FAMINE PREDICTED.
Harvests in Two Gnvernnieins
Said to Re Inadequate.
London, Nov. 3 "In spite of the official
denials." says the St Petersburg corre
spondent of tho Dally Mall, "there i3 no
doubt that tho inadequate lurvest will pro
duce a famine' in the governments nf Kher
son and Bessarabia."
Knpniicil Throiisjh the Jail Hoof.
St. Jobeph. Mo.. Xov 2. A dispatch from
Faannnh s-ajs Tred Krle and Frank Mur
rav escaped from the Jail in that town at
S o'clock to-night, by sawing through the
roof. Erie 1 chirked with the murder or
Guy Speelman and H K. Specth, w3ioo
)ead bodies were found beside the Chicago
Gnat Western tracks near Savannah Julv
3. Murraj is rharged with steallag f77
irom James 'Wilon, n farmer, near Savan
nah, by whom he was emplojed.
Pnmipncrr. nnd Gold I'r.im onn-.
Seattle Wash . Xo 2 The steamship St.
Taul .irnvtd in port to-da from Nomii
with 13 pafencers and JUVVWO in treasure.
The steanier left Nome on October 20.
A New Train
to Southeast Missouri,
ArKansas and Texas.
Leaves Union Station
daily at 8.37 p. m.
with chair cars and
sleeper for Dexfer,
Pine Bluff, Texaika-
na and Texas. Morning train
leaves at 8:3G a. m., as usual.
Tou now have a new and better wny
to st to the St. rranela RKer. Tha
Cotton Blt pprvice I explained In oar
hook With Rod and Gun In Arkansas -which
also describes ard llluptrateis thi
finest sportlnff grounds In Anrlca.rree .it
City Ticket Office, 90? Olive St.
H t rPfcr l4r T4WjtfJ$JgS; C
It .w a foitunnte thing fur Iridic Wilk
husfii, -uiio lives-about a mile northwest
rf Gleucoe in St Iouls Counts-, that cstcr
lay maiked the in.iugurarton of tlie shoot
Kddle I.icks ei little of being ." je.ars
old. but hii ford niJimn i Keeps him in
dresses. aii uhen he w.mdcied Into a pond
uar nte linme esterday. it -temed ,i if
lil iliess would kctp him there until he
Hut Henr l'urctll. who s ,id he lued on
3I.incheti.r loid m St I.uuK was passur;
on a hunting trip with his pointer. .Mare,
and he s-nit the dng In the pond alter the
lull! "Viae.- In ought Kddie out, siV, but
wtt and b.ds.igqlcd
i:ddie is hi.ill for his .iKe. .ind I" -tremely
willful His f.ulni Simon llk
husen. Is fttgrfgti in business .it Hot mam:
Mo. and is not alnav it home, so th
oungUr Is quite a h liulful f.u his moih. l
to manage She made .i comp irt with him
that when he w.is U5 naushtv he must
wear girl's gutmtnth whleli he hates and
when he was COim1 "he would ,illn him to
dress Ilk- other Utile bos of his aM.
It happened Mterdi that IMdie w,i!
erv, er n.Mi-l.u. He tried his mothers
patience to the limit rin.illv shumlndid
him of their iompiet and rigged him up
In hii li'lle bill's dress nm this was onlv
TWO MEN KILLED BY C. & A.
' TRAINS ON THE EAST SIDE.
Tiom di earns io instant death was the
fate of s V Culle of lli3glnsille. Mo.
who walked from a freight caboose at
Vtnlco jesteidn niornii'g while the train
was slowing duwn to stop fur orders
The wheels of two trucks, passed otr his
body and In. was dtcjpit iled. Mr. CuIIei
was ait apiarist and i:ilur mtmbtr of the
Higglusville ilrm ot S 1' rullej i. ilro Ho
was iO j i ars old The coi ct l n ri ft ntl
made a confi let to tvporl large qu.intitlis
of hone bets to IkiA.mo. Cuba, and tl "
senior putntr w.u en loutu with a tarload
"t the time of the acilduit Ills f.imilj
has been notillcd. and Cmuntr llallty held
r I'hln.ie-n Mini AHnu ti.iin .N'd fl e4stbouild
from K. ills is City to St l.ouls. patsed
throusli Higcitisllle Thudi) nlglil Atttr
the car of bets had been .attached. Ml. Oil
ley entertd the train's tabuose and wiappul
himself in a blanket He was soon asleep.
'Jlu train ne.irt-d Venice In the earl hoars
of the morning, and, as Kast M. I.ouls was
the end nf the mil. Conductor Kilson awoke
Mr Culk and told him where thc wtie.
He arose dreamily and s-taggertd tow aid
the front platform, with his blanket and
pillow in hand, alio condui tor olimtW out
on top of the caboose to make signals to
In- enw Culltv reached the platfoim ind
stepp d bet'iem thebumptrs rilson, busj
on top o' the tiain, felt the jai of the pas--singtrsbcd
beneath tlie wile 'In. He called
for brakes and a sti p was made almost In
stantly Huirsing down, he dlcoertd the
mangltd corpse of the mm he had .Housed
onl a few mumeuts before.
AVUh the htlp of the train's crew- the body
was retroM'd to the C. S. A. depot. The
operator wired the agent at HigglnswHe.
and at davllfht the rem ltns were taken in
charge by 1 ndertukcr Krone of Venice
KILLED IN A FIGHT
OVER CAN OF I
William. Alias '"Crapper," Fir,-
nioiTis Victim of a Knifu Thrust
Tin eo Jleu Under Arrest..'
In a fight oer a can of beer je-tcrdo
evening at the foot of Dion street Willi mi,
alias "Crappei," I'ltzmorrls, an e-co:n!ct,
Zi j ears of age. was fatally stabbed. IM
ward Harrington. 43 jtars old, another ex
tol let. is held at the fourth District Po
lice Stntlon charged with tho cutting, and
with him are Martin Fitzmorrls. j dinger
brothtr of the diad man, and William Uow
nc both ot whom were engaged in the
light. All lie in the house at Xo. HflO Xotth
Main strttt i tept Harrington, who claims
No 1131 Collins street as his home.
The oulv ejewltniss of the light, ecept
the men engaged, was little I'add Donnej,
ii jears old. He sas that ho saw Harring
ton stab ntzmorris, the bo's uncle. P.uldy
was standing in the doorway at the lime
Ills sister, rr.i"cts Downey, 11 jears old.
said that she saw Hairington throw- away a
bloody knife as toon as he Itft the house
after tlie light.
Immedlitely after tho fight Harrington
started to sitk safet. but was too drunk
to get more than a block away before Of
Ilcer Manthowskl of the roiirtli District ar
rested him Then tills ofheer, with Oflle-T
Goctz. whom he had summoned tailed an
ambulance in which rumorrls was ron
rjid to the Citj DNpens,ar IJut tin man
died on tht w.u Doctor Johnson onli rtd
the hod toncycd to the morgue
iiEi'um.icA.NS ci.m m:v .innsm.
Antlonnl Ciiiiiioltteemiiii Jlurjihy Sun
-llfKinlej Mill llni e .-.11.000 M.-lJorllj .
Newark. N. .1 Nov. 2. hen the work of
tho e unpaign came to a close In Ncw
.Tersey to day, Nntlonal Committeeman
Traiiklln Murph, chairman of the New
Jersej Itepubllcan State Committee, fur
nishi d the following Etatemt at:
"Wi hae ni tde a erv thorough camass
of Niw Jersey, and hae caref'Hly Invcstl
gittd the conditions lu .ill ietIons of the
State that are considered anj way doubt
ful, and the result of the canvass assures
us of a malorlty for McKitilty of nt least
Ui) to EO.WO.
CSreiit Democratic I)iaiiiiiiistriitlcin.
nr.puni.ic si'ix'i i.
Mount, bti rlirg. HI . No 1. The final
rails of the Demociats here lo-daj was the
grtafst d moiistration of the campaign.
Hetwecn 5 ""'J and fiow) persons Is a tonsti
t.ativo estimate nt the crowd. A J. Hunter
ot I' iris ill and . II I'loii of Pllf
fleld, spoke to a large aril enthusia.tlc
crowd. In the Courthouse nnd park this aft
ernoon 1'iiml Iicniociitic llnll nt Trciitnn.
i 1 1 ltiav s-r'i:cii.
Ltb.uion, 111. Nov. 2 The Democrats of
Trenton, 'cicn miles east of this pl.ie.
elottd thtir campaign with a rousing rally
tliere to-night A Urge trowd was present
and much i nlhutlasm was dUnlajcd Ad
dicsses were dellend by I. M Kogy of
Salem. Thomas n. Toril ot Carljle and J.
Nltk Ptirin and "W. DulT I'itrcy of this
Ileniiieralic Unj nt lteiianlt.
Waterloo, III. Nov 2 To-il.n was IXnio
cratlc d.ij at Renault, in Monroe County.
This afternoon .1. J. Kane o Kast St Ijuis
and Nelson A. Klckert ot Waterloo ad
dressed r".0 enthusiastic people. To-night
Kane and Charles A. Karsch spoke to OX)
people at the same place.
i:nlhnsliis(Ie lleellng nt AXnlerloo.
Waterloo, 111 , Nov. 2. The Democrats
In lit an enthusiastic mteting to-night In
this city. Addresses were made bv Henry
Itaab of Hcllellle, c-Superintcndent ot
Public Instruction of Illinois, and William
W inltlcnuinn, also of llelleillle. Monroe
Count will gle Kcm a majority of 300.
llon-nsln llriniicriih Kuthiislnstle.
IlUI'l BUG fcl'HClAL
Altamont. Ill , Nov. 2 W. S. Holmes and
Prank Taylor of Olingham addressed a
large and cnthusiatio audience of Demo
crats to-night at Moccasin. In this county.
They discussed all the lsues of the cam
paign. loliii "W. oble nt l.aimtr.
lvimar. Mo.. Nov. 2. General John W".
Noble spoke hero to-day for the P.cpub-licans.
an ineemle for Kddle to become naughtier.
He wanted to go outside, but his mother
told hhn he must stay in So, he f-crc.rmed
and hammered until ho was tired, and then
he begin to plan how- to dude his watch
ful mother and escape to the open.
Ills chance ocemred. and he got outside
and wint for the pond, like a duck. Plrst
he .sailed 'twigs aiound on She water, but
(lint soon piocd tiresome, he w.inted
something exciting Then lie waded in the
peiui Hut when lie was a distance away
from the shore hr found tint It wat slip
pi ry and that he could not woik b ick As
he sank down. In his frantic endeat or.s to
striuple to simit he tiled for help but
this did not attract his mother's attention.
Yesfrdaj was Hie nrst d ij- of the Iiiiut
Ii.g season Purccll was taking advantage
of Hit fiei and, with his pointer. Mnet.
strolkil near tho pond where Kddiu was
Miml but stirilv. sinking in a tin.ie death
for his n Mightiness I'ureell took In the
stu it Inn at a plain e and ent his trained
point! r after the ihlld The dog brought
the di obedient IMdio out of the pond, and
Puricll tool, hhn to his mamma, who al
iKst swooned lin she heard of the dinger
I er Irnln h id been In. Without much more
ado I'ureell uud his dog eontinued their
Mariln Spuiallo, a toting Italian section
hand, in the imploy of the Chicago and
Alton Hailro.nl. at Uranlte Cit. was run
down and fatallj injured while nossing this
tratks alitad of a pass, Mgei train half a
mile north of tin Gtanltt Cits station jts
It is thought that his life might hae
btiii saved had a plislclan beui summoned
lrntin diately afttr the aeUdent. but the lad
was placed on the Ham and taktlt to St.
l.ouls. I! the time he tould be remoed
to tho C'ltj Hosplt.il he wab too far gone
to rallj He died at the hdt-plt.il a ftw
minutes afttr arrling there.
Spinnllo's ldentltj wa-t not establiihed un
til late list night wlnn his bos In Cranlle
Citj. who had mlsstd him all d.ij heard of
the aecilent He piociedtd to St. l.ouls
and ldtntilltd the binl. fcpanallo was 20
.Mars old and a member of the Italian band
of section men who tame to the Tri-Cilies
hi the e.iih si,rng.
At t o'tlock jtsleiday moining hi reported '
for dutv to lloss A. Stroggln Tilt bos3 '
wa-j busy n tht tien's shim neir the I
tracks at (Jianite Cllt, and he told Spanal-
Io to join Hi mtn alr-.-dj at work up (he
tuck The lad Marled out to join the crew-,
.iiiu as tlie morning tialns were bigluiiliig
io pas) through en route to and from St.
Ixiuls he crosMKl to the Wabash tracks, liiit
before he arrived tlitre u Vabah passen
ger whistled for ..n open switch, tud
Spanallo rttrated his step3 to the Alton
In watihlng the AVabash train he failed
to see the midnight spec! il on tho C. &. V.
track", whlih was fast appro idling Itotli
trains whistled and the lad became con-
fllCfii! 1 l.lu lYrtf j In .lrwlcd ll. Wnlnt-ti
train he ran direttly in front of the C &
A locomotlie. The pilot struck him in the
sine, and m was luirlcd betond the netwoik
of tracks. The train's crow pltktd him up
WOMEN TO HARE
FIGHT m POLYGAMY,
Want a Constitutional Amendment
;e as -Mono
New- York. Nov. 2 The Intel denoniin i
tional Council or Women foi Christ! m and
Patriotic Services, organized to give unlttd
action In matters of national and Christian
import, completed 11 organization to-da
by electing the follow In,- olilcers
Mrs. Darwin 1'. Jamfs, m-esM.nt, Mis
R. a MncArthur, Miss Helen Miller Gould,
Mrs. William KIntaid, MIs Virgin:.; Ortott.
Mrs. Clinton IJ. ri-k. and Mrs Garret A
Hobart, ico presidents: Mis Sus m Haines
Ward, corresponding sctrcturj , Miss Vir
ginia M While, recording secrttarj ; Mrs.
G. C. Morgan, trcaeurtr. The following res
olution was adopttd.
"That the Interdenominational Council of
Women dlitct Its first aggressive effort to
bring about the adoption by our national
Congress of a constitution il amendment
dellning marriage as monogamlc, and mak
ing polvgamy, or polgamous cohabitation,
a crime in every State and TcrrUury
thioiighout tho Vnlted Slates"
The work will be Inaugurated by mass
meeting-, held In large cities, which will
be addrisstd by prominent spciktrs, Includ
ing Doctor Sarah J. Klliott, a deaeone.y
i ne i-roii sunt un scon it cnuri.li in
PALMS IN THE POST OFFICE.
Movement .Made Toward lieautih
ing Goveinnieiii liuilding.
AVashlngton. Nov. 1 An espeiimetit is
being made in tho court o" the luw city
post ofllce bulldlns by Superintendent W.
R Smith of the Botanical Gardens which
will bo quite far-reaching if it should prove
to bo mtciessful n Is an effort to grow
large pa ms undtr the conditions Hint pre
va 1 In tho pot ofllce court, ami which are
riu te s-liniljr to tondltlons In many other
public baHdings, nlitcli also might be pro
vided with a litxurlnnt tropkal growth of
palms If the periment Is a suctess Tne
Si. ,1. J0r.V " "" apr;fc'e public building
is orjir, the temperature Is more irregular
iV,'ii,i1eire'f1"' liEhl Iha in a I'Othous,.
pihns C1IU- of Iurso l0I,lu,l
r:'P.Il,fi"5" jiave bun placed In the court
of the post olllce building, and will rest on
tho Blush roof ovtr the llrst lloor. 'this
root is about sevintv-flve feet btlovv the
a,hart0tfl,e'rCmcrs ?"? "P of he wi it"
.t . sn.1,e.'rKU ar'-'le! "f Plants will
'rin i P" i',i .s.row to " mnlnium height.
Ts'fn K lS,a?1 '? a " llm fr"In 'e Can iry
Islands, and Is ,,bout twmt-livo jears old
nitre are loo fan palms, one about
twuitv and the otI.tr flftttn i ears old. tl"
he Sol 'I1?! nas ,ra"i,I '' Mr Stuith at
tho Hotanle.ll Gardens lrom siel from a
wuii iiiiijuuiii nir the gardens This palm
"Vnl'7l' " eslinutVd
rni.i o ,""J or ,m'-t l""its in
Vrr i f,di S,otcs t0-'''n "Hereas. when
Mr. Smith began to cultivate that variety
of palm and to distribute the seeds there
weio but !g,t specimens of that varietj
from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from
Canada to Mexico
There are also two rubber plants In the
post olllce building which mav grow to a
height of fifty feet. If the conditions there
prove to be adapted to the plant. If those
plants survive uutil spring, they will be put
in lirger tubs, ,0 that their roots mav have
plenty ot room (o epand.
General Meigs, who designed and built
the Pension Ofllce building, alvvajs advo
cated tho use ot palms and other forms of
Cf,ctatlon for ornamenting public build
ings, and Ms Ideas have been carried out
to some extent in the court of the Pension
Another form of ornament which Super
Intondent .Smith hop's to lntrodute In pub
lice buildings is the hanging ba-ket. which
can be pi iced about the balconies looking
out on the tourt. the Post Ofllce and Pen
sion Oflice buildings, as well as in many
places In the Capitol and other public
Ilrelileolhal on Imiicrlnllftni.
Wichita. Kis, Nov. 2. John W Prelden
thal, fusion landidate for Uovernor of K.-in-fus.
spoke to a large crowd in the Audito
rium In this citv to-nlsht. He talked on
the subject of imperialism and the national
To Night's Meeting Will I'nieli-
cull.v Entl Liiboih of the
CANVASS HAS BEEN THOROUGH.
I-'xIiiliiiidii of Cartoons l .I-tTr-
i-on Club's S(orooiliioii Will
lie Continuotl Until 31on
The D. inocialic campaign In St l.ouls
will lie ptactlcally tlosnl after to-night s
i n ethics
Within the l.it month meititus have hti u
held In nerv avallabl.. lull ln 5-t l.ouls
and good Democratic doctrine his been dis
seminated thoroughlv in tvtrj ward in tin
Tlie .Kffeison Club's CimpiUn Commit
tee his distributed the mettins wntrtv.r
they in re di minded, and, outside of Uf-i
many irdepeislent mil tings hive been hi Id
Tho liir.il sriakers, as well as tin- otatois
from over tho Sl.iti, have be.-Iig..l St.
I ouls fiom one tnd to the othei A tlmi
ough, sjstemitie canvass has betn made in
eath ward If thr. is a voter in the tit
v ho has not Uen r. itlied at some of the
ni'iticioui meetings it Is bet.tu-v he has te
ll aim d In his shell and fearnl to lim good
argument fiom a Deinoer itie si Midpoint
A fev statlirlng metthms v.ill b. held
to-morrow u d ivntl will bi held Mon
da, but tho tifiilaal work u the sp. ikers'
bureau will be ovu after to-night Senii
Important mtttings have b. en sclieduled foi
this tvenin,- ind the Jelferson Club's
stenoptlion will be ktpt bus- until Tues
day. This h,is ptovtd a drawing tard Au
ditors is hih as .HiO havo waul id the
tartooiis and Demoeutli. ttts tin own upon
At Complon II i'I, at the corner of Puk
and Comptou avnius, to-night a meeting
will be lield The Jttftison Club's sureop
ticon wijl be used at 7 ."U Among the speak
irs will be Hinrj S Julian, A. V Ilttloi,
J. J. Pusstll and John W. Drain. lie
Tho Demotratt ot she Third and s-Kitiiilh
van'.s will hold a inteting it St l.iwirmt
O'TooIe's School hall, on I'ourttvnih stittt
The s-K.ikeis will be J J. lti.-sell. Prank
r.irris. John D Ureal, c A IJissttt, J .1
Han tit. A It Tail..!, Im I.vnUi. W J
Scli.iunlaub, P. M'.vlallev and . Carl, i
At the Wist laid ( uli urn the TvvtJitj
secoml Watd Club will hold a rail .1 nuts
seciiml Uatd Club will hold
-J, 1Il,,lkr,,,J ,V 11;,)"","rt,"n
if'1 - ' ,l ll,.Jll!ir' li,irf
' A nisstll.
II ivvts. Alt.ii-
nev Gentrul 1'rovv and W A. 1 arti r will
sit ik. A sttriopliton thibiuoii will bt
givtn at S JO o'lloik
The Twtllth and Tv.i ntv-fourlh w.ud-i
will hold a lallv at Gland and Magnolia
llVtltll.'s 'Hie spl ikils will be J.UIles J
Uutlir, P W liisfi ptii. f barb U N pton
liii I". CI irk, J W. Hal llmrluti and .lu pli
A bit, meeting of indi pendent monies will
be held at Nat.itoiiutn Hall Jamis I Unt
il i, ONcIll Hv.ui, John P Collins. Crlt-
aiul otli. rs will stie.iK.
notrats ot the Twutti-thiid Ward
will mtet at the southiatt toiiitr nl hull
and lowing avenues. Anion,- the . peaktrs
will lie Janus J lamer, .loan A lee,
Tl.ouia.s Kiilkiige, W M lav is, t lurl-s
l"o, W. T. James ami C I" l.umbtrgi r.
u.i) A wii.i.iM. Miii:ci;.
Continuous !-iiecc!iiii.il.Iii; nt .IclTcl
niiu flubs I)m iitimu llraneb.
The downtown heau.iinrurs of the Jtf-f'l-on
Club wtre llhed elrdi afleiuouii
bj merchants and othti.s who listened to
a tontlnuoe-j spttchnialilnK ltvee. The in
terest shown at the nutting vv.io .m ill is
ttation of the vast amount of nilliu-ia .1.1
.that has been i vtati.t at these il ulv runh
Thu prolontation nt the programme im 1
with he-ait favor ai.d all alternouii .1 t,oud ;
audience was pris ot.
John A l.te presided at the noon m.'tt
lnt,. He made an add;. -s, T.hlth was list
1 nwl 111 .ai.eiitivi.lv .ml loudn .ipplaudt-J.
lie was follovvel bv JiiiiKe llillou, A I'. I
lteitor and U. II Aver ol Llneolu Cojntv,
who ,po-ed the tv.K ot ltnptrialKiu with
gitat vieor. j
111 tht afternoon a number of orators were
pressed Into sti.ici and the mi 1 inn; did
not I.ik at anv time one of the Straus
spcktri .v.is ( iptaln Iloito'i, 1 nijiro llor-1
ton exposed tho tileks of the HtpublitJii
liMders i" altimptius to s,cuii mgr-i votti
and diclarid afttr an election w is over It
w is Impossible to seuro an audience with
anv successful ei iMate His sp,t,h was
louiiiv appiauota auu lie i.UK"il Inr quit
m v.sv i:ii iiit v. i"
tine 'IhouKiintl llentoernts 1
The parade of tht JLlrjaii followers in the
Wist Knd to-morrow niKht piomi es to he
a rousing affair At a mettlng at Judge
Hanle's ofllce. llims Udun was eltttid
as (Irand Marsh il for the b trade Thu
marchtis will unit at No J7i'J Kaston ave
iiih, where uniforms and tiiehes v. Ill bet
distributed 'li'e parade will bi hi uied'b
Hanle's Drum and IJueJe Cons uf twen-t-tvvo
membcis in uuive losluin.s 'I he j
column will march wist on HaMon avenue i
to TaIor. At this place, it wnl hi joined I
I) a cuiitlniit nl from the Tvvent-, vonth i
warn 1 rom ineio mo procession win maieh
south to Puge east to Urand, 11. nth to
Cote lirllliante. west to SprniK and leturii
to place of starting About i thousand vot
ers will participate in the p irade.
to iikcimm: 'iiiu ki:iliins.
Slate Comi.iittei- laUi-s Vrriini-iitiMilH
W itli oiliil 'iintiiiHtec.
The Democratic lit idquuttrs will provi a
liv el place on Tuesd.t right A tcltrap.i
instrument v.ill be plac. d in one ot the
rooms and bulletins will Lp rtctivtd thtio
throughout the everlns. Arr.inj,enunti are
helns made with the eh ilrmen ui tht v.ui
ous eountv comnilttcis to report the results
as soon as thtv are rtttlved
Missouri news will be of p irtlcular Inter
est. Othu plates in tho city will neehe le
turus. lhe Jefftrson Club will tluow le
tums upon a screen. At The ilepiihllc thu
earliest retains will be bullttintd lij me ins
ot a steiioptieon
Ismieil Illniilc Wnrraiils.
Prosecuting Attoruev (.lover of the Court
of Criminal Cotrectlon spent considerable
time f-terdiy In his private office at tho
Ktur Courts, signing informations chatKlni;
false registration, u 11 juiii tint ttiueare in
tlie neiKnirirnuou ui -o 01 inese
exact number could not be asierlaimd.
When asked aK.r!nt whom th- warrants
wero lssutd. ilr Clovti replied tint he
was 1 ot Issuing them asainst any one. Aft
erwards, vvhen pressed for a more definite
answer, he said that he was thawing up
blank informations to lo filled out with
the names of thoso who hive rrglsleml
false!. It Is said that the n inn s ot se.eril
hundred suspttts have been collected b Re-
can polituiaiis. ami 11 tno evidence Is
forthcoming, warrants will be issued
ut-JInst tht in Tin se warrants. It is under
stood, ure to be served on tho defendants dt
thu polls on tltctlon dav
Hurliat'K's Political Pasf.
Trnnk CI Sheridan ot No r.'.J Iilair ave
nue declares that F 31. Lairback, who i"
advertised as a former piesileiit ot tho
Jeffer--on Club, and who U making Iitpub
llcan speeches over the State, was president
ot a literary society feiral cars ago
which went under the name of the Jeffei
sonlon LIttrar Societ. This Is the extent
ot the spellbinder's connection with the
Jefferson Club The literary society had
quarters at Pope's Theater building, and
bheridan was vlco president ot tho name
Ilelirefv Democrats to Meet.
Hebrew- Democrats will hold a big meet
ing to-morrow- night at Harugarl Hall
Tenth and Carr streets. Among the speak
ers billed to adlrss the meeting are:j
Boogher and Harry B. Havves. A 'bis turn- j
oui is expecieu. (
IVilltniiiM ltoplies to Itepublleniis.
Charleston, Mo., Nov. 2 II. Martin Wil
liams nddressid n large crowd In the opera
hoive in this city to-day, manv nepub'ic..n
being present It Is admitted thit Ills
speech was one ot the most effective of
the campaign. His rcplv to thu nspe'rslons .
of Republican orators upon the affalra of
Of " aSmr
Howiyivs Boucher's Life
was Saved by Lydia E.
"Ljili.-i i;. I'inlv ham's Vegetable
Compound s.ivcil mj lift- and g-ave back
ti liiviiiff mother to eleven childrtn,
v. liich was mo'i o th in any doctor could
have done or anv other niediciiif in
the wide world. Ah tiotilde was child
bed fever. Tho th'ud day after my
babe was boru 1 took a ehill, vvliith
was follow oil by. i hih fovei I would
ctsplte until my clothes itne as wet
as though dipped in a tub of water.
The chills and fever k'-pt. up for three
il.tjs. 3J j daughter j.t me a bottle of
jour Compound The fourth dose
.stopped the cliilN and the fever also
dis.tppeaicd Ly life was. saved. My
ajre at this ciitu.il time was forty
nine." Ljdia E. Bouglicr, F:tna, Pa.
fJo maclsctou in tho ivorfdfias a grealev record of cures for female ills than
LYS3& E, PBNKW&WSS VEGETABLE COMPBUND.
gJ"-"'"7 T-T-TSflJ..j .. lf l.i...i..j.j
"Mi-'oti'-i 1 olivine 1 r. til ll.iuibl 1 ins tint
the Ii iv I 1 loi m lif.n 11 Is eil and t'.iv
are i.u spuk, In th ir 11 niiim lit
siii.i, 'inn: -io iti:i.ts; i:it 'ki-iivi.
Last (Iptioi-tiimO for Persons ln
II.lic eleeleil 'Sills !u.
The lloaid of KUitinit ComuiisMum is will
i rmlti ill lis appeals ssstuns a.t ri otloik
t! is aftiTiioon, aftfi v Iikh tho now pool
boi.k.s v.ill b.- 1 lot. I pirmjuently. To-day
the list oppi.rtunltv for n Isiratlon is af
foidid. UhoiMr h.M iitr-l.ttnl 01 rilled to
luve his nam" enteied In tile new books
must pirform th it du:j to-i'a Or then by
r. 11: qtiish his rlht to vote netl TutdJ.
The 1 itiolltnt lit n-.iss at Hie e uitluslon of
the bonds s.ssn n ihs afternoon
Pr.ietiiall Ls-Inritlon l over, but those
pirsjiis who tuiild not n isltr in then pre
cincts for anv valid nasun are tntitled to
ipplv to the bo..rd to-d iv in ordi r to be
qualiHul Hvir 01 1- 1-. jn'stifi. d ln appe u
lng before tin boanl who v. as nut p rmltie I
to vole In his pncintt or v. hose name ves
stikktn trom tin t -istr.itlun li-t bv the
Hoard of Itevi'ion, or who was ib-ent from
the tit, was .sitk. forgot tht- dut. or hid
any n amiable ini'e lor not turolllrg
These and all tetlmiial c-ist-s are worthv of
aiiii.il to-dt Cut this is the la-t th into
to nister, and the duty should be attended
Vtsterdav lib mints were int. red In tho
books, and thu d 1 before at out .Vj9 The
nglstrafion was surprisitigl tiavv on both
da but it fe II oucht that it will be light
to-da, as the ni-h o-ualiv oiittrs on the
Hist dav of the appe lis session Secretary
llobllti lie antlflpateil tint the tin il 1 nroll
nitni v.onl.l not ixeiid l.HO Now. lio.viver.
irdlcitiuns aie that it v 111 ,.'0 10 about 1 I rl.
whU ii would bring tie total up to about
3".?.C0 , ,
In ainirdanie "with the law th- board is
having lilt IWti of ri f,ist r. 1 ml qi-ahtuil
votir- of th. en r. i't.. pi nlid There will
be JS. id UiiM list- uii for ei Ii pre. nut,
and. uiidir the la' iviv vot. 1 of ev-rv
pntir. t 'vlii-i' n nne -hotild In oil the li'-t.
Is intith.l it. 1 list fur his pr.eiiiit ui" n
apilUation 'lh. lists have not all Im 11
printed tt but tilt will 1 itad very
soon, as lutsda is tkttion iu)
r.t'ii.i:u scomis iii:iriii.icMsii.
Deinoeratle Cilinllilulc fur CilliKl'ess
Koiindl ( heel 1 il.
Theie v. is an e.-ithu-i i-t.'c- Demoti.iltc
nuitiiig last night at Druils' Hall. Ninth
and Market streets The bij ball and gal
bi v ero hat diy large nough 10 lon'ain
the .uiuli-nt", whlea throngid in long b"-
fore the hour nppolnttd rot tne ppeautis i"
appeal. Th. audience i ondis.lv d for the
most pirt ci wotnIr.Kineii, and there viaj
quit., a nuinbei 01 negioej sprinkled
ihroughout the h ill
Thu principal spi ,ikr of the evening v.is
James . I. liutlt r. Deinoer itie eandidale for
Congitss in the Tneltth Co-gi. -tlolial JW
trict .Mr. llutltr was Intro (i.ctil bv fi
ll ml Scott ilancotk His appearance was
grtettd with deafuii'ig Thiers, and thioii(;li
0111 his spiicl. he wa.s trequiiitlv iiuer
rupfe.i b prolorge.1 meeting He held ms
tuiliinee and at no time In ids talk w.w
theie anv want of Inttiest
Mi. Iluller dwelt upon the Issues involve I
in the turning tieitiori, both n itlonal aid
munlilpa. He spoke at some I. ngili upon
the polio of tht Mcivink ldininistration
emiiti.e-lzliig thf itieonsi'-t. nfv of the Ke
publii.iti pirty In its recognizing slavery In
tin. Sulu anhlpelago, while using as Irs
1 hief bvvvord foi obtaining negro votes In
this eoiintr th' fact tint it was that party
which frtd the slavis III the South
He spoke of a scheme of locil Repub
licans to prevent voters from i-venMlW
tlulr hoiit-t rlht of fr.inchl-c in the coin
ing ilettion. 'lhe ne ins emii'ovid, he
stall d. vv.re blink warrant? Mr HutliT
woiird iqi his ,uldr.s bj warning all those
prtstnt to allow 110 one to interfere with
them at the polls, but positively 10 assirt
then rights and insist upon ercsing their
highest right as American cltizuis Othtr
spe.tkir.s wen Judge J J. ltusrell of MIs-si-sipjii
Countv. J W. Drabelle. and Wil
liam s-cott Hancock
iM:pi:tT:iJ mvis -iu:r.ri(;.
I.ni-SC Croil nt Clinrleslun, Inslsleil
on 11 .speech.
Charleston. Mo , Ntv. 2. A crowd of five
or iK htindnd persons mt thu tram heal
ing Webster Davis through this city this
morning and insisted upon him making a
'-piech Mr Divis lomplttd from the rear
end of a toath in a llve-mlnute tall, and
arouse d great etithutlasm. He w-as en route
to Jacksyn from Poplar I Shift.
Ma or Iteeii fM-ureil ItcpuliIIi'itiii.
UIll't'l'lLIC fcl'Pi IAU.
Marshall. Mo . Nov. 2. James A Keed,
31.1 or of Kansas City, mude the tpe'tu ot
the c impaign before an immtnse at-die-nce
heie lat night. About half his time was
taken up In discussing State issues Not
only did he answer tvery Hepublican criti
cism of Democratic measures ami candi
dates but turned thelt ov n arguments
against them with telling effect. Ho rc
vlivved the period of Hepublican misiule hi
3tlssourl. he compared Oocktry and other
candidates on the Democratic ticket with
their Republican opponents and not only
made, but proved the assertion that the
Republicans could not induce their b-st nun
to run lor othec in this State. On l-aticnal
Issues he cast new- llfiht on the questions
of imptri illsm and trusts, showing, for In
stance, that the profits of the Stand inl Oil
Companv for the pas.t ear were Jm,"iiO,o
enough to pa the annual wages of the 13.).
C.) striking l'ennsslvanla toal miners.
I):ils MiiiniMl Up Ailnilulstriition.
Cape Girardeau. Jlo . Nov. 2 Webster
Davis addressed an enthusiastic audience at
the Courthouse here this evening He re
lated his iirponal txprrlenc-s among the
sorely ptrstcined Iioers and told how hs
irttrest in behalf or thtir Ropublie had
forct.l him to take .1 stand agiinst a parly
that smpathlzid with their oppression. He
Ml the worid knows cf tho vcndevfaJ
ctiras which have been mazs by Lydia Em
Paakbsm's VegetzbSe Qompovnci, yat seme
vjomen do not realize that all that is
claimed for it is absolutely true
If all suffering women could he made to
believe that Mrs, Pinkham can do all she
says she can, their suffering vsould be at
an end, for ihey would at osice profit by
her advice and be cureda
To all doubters Mrs Pinkham can furnish the most r",;itiva
and convincing- proof of these facts
First Ly dia 1' 1 'inkham'b Vegetable Compound holds the record
fi-r the largest number of absolute cures ot any remedy for female
tils ever known in this country.
Second Mrs. I'mkham has on file millions of letters from women,
who have been lt-stoicd to lit tilth by the ne of her Compound, and all
that she claims can be venlied liv
Third All letters addressed to her
read, and answered by women only. Tlnt
N'o testimonial ever published without the w
Facts About Lydia E.
Compound in Gases of
Change of Life, Bearing
Dovm Pains, Eic.
' I bad falling inflammation and
ulceration ot the womb; backache,
bearing-down juins: was so weak
and nervous tint I could not do rav
own work: had sick headache, no
appetite numb spells hands and feet
cold all the time. 1 had good doctors,
but none of them did me any good.
'Ihrougn the advice of a lady friend
T began the use of T.vdi.i K. I'inkhain's
Vegetable Compound, and after taking
one bottle I felt greatly relieved, and
bv the time I had used "several bottles
v. as" completely cuied, so that I could
do mv work again. I am now passing
through the ehantre of life and using
. nur Compound. Tt helps me wonder
fully. I want every MjiTeringwoman
to know what your medicine has done
'or me." Airs. W. itt. Bull, New
"poke ot th. ciiameiul nt of this adminis
tration in pai. tig zli)V Oo fur the Phillp
i.inis lo a lotien mon tr hv tint our coun
uv h i.l whifptd In 1 righteous war and
how tinrighl. oua was th- present oppri ssion
of tht Filipinos Th- tru-ts as rostered
by this admlnUti ltion Mr D ivis "howid fl
be the gitale t nien.u e to American free
dom, lie made a ttllh'g appeal to all
tlasses uf Allan. 111 votrs lo support a
Pnsidtnt mil en administration that toull
not bo 111 mag d bv the plutocrat .
lti'lilllilie.in Rail Hits : i-urci-
Clailatlu Mo. .ov 2 The sts ond and
h. avlest trost fur Dav It -s Countv Repi.b
Ibons fell to-diy, when tlmr rail which
had b-t'ti exttnsivel advertised as the blg
Ifist mettlng of the campilgn, turmd out
to be a faree. A big protesslon had ben
au.ertisiil toimove at 10 o'clotk. but did
not put in its appearanie until hair past
1! and then onlv tonsisled of forty rigs and
lio men. women and children bv actual
conn" The advertised sp,.tKer falVd to
aruve and the lota s eakers had to fill tho
gap The Itt publicans are disconcerted
over this, their mi nnd failure to rail iu
this rampilgn I.-ess than 1W) people wtro
in atti iidance.
'I:ill li'llkv in Native Cotuil.t.
.llltl'M .lohll A T.lltt- rpfiirnpd liKtnnlni.
! from Cildvvtll and lmvitss touiiiles, where
1 In m ide canpalgn speeches He spoke at
' Prtcktnrlilge. Caldwell Countv, last
, Woihw-ilaj night and 011 Thur.idav night at
1 Altamont. Daviess Count Judge Talty
was born l'l Caldwell Countv. which has
been lltpubllran, but is evtiected to go
Li. .notritio at next Tuesday's 1 lection.
, Judge- Taltv depiried this morning for
, Pieiltricl.towii. Mo. wheie he v. Ill spiak
t.-.-nlgh; II. will leturn to St I.iuiIh ;o-
j lui.riow and speak 111 North St l.ouls on
Mond 1 night.
1'iilr 111e11tI111e11tH Well ilfeil eil.
i:rTUUi spi rri
IMiee I'll. Mo. Nov 2. Judge Jehu 31.
V. ond addres-ed a large and enrhusiastlc
meeting lure to night and did great -?ood
for the 1 ails' of bemocr.ic. Intidentallv,
ho i.ud a f-ood word for the World's Tair,
ard reieived assurantu of strons sapport
for the amtndminl.
sititill Crnnil llciirtl .leffrieH,
Palmvra, Mo, Nov 2. J P. Jeffrits of
Hmnl'.il, canihdat for Represcnt-itlve on
the liciibllcan tuket, sp0Uu at the City
Hall litre to-night to a. small crowd.
'I went? to One 011 IlocIi-r .
A litt of JJUAi against 5100 that Utickerv
will 1 elected Governor 01 311-souri was
pliecil jesfritay oy uroKer Delinttt Was-
1 serni-in Tlie Doekerv tt.d was taken bv
a well-known totlon broker, nnd the Plory
tnti 0 a itipuoiit-aii cii uinciai.
I'.irris 1l1IrcKse1l I.arsii" 111llencf.
i:f:iT!:i.it si fciai
St. James. Mo.. Nov. 2 J. W. Parrls of
I banon addi-cised a large audience at the
Citv- Hall this afternoon on State Issues. He
is confident of 3Iis-i.un giving Its usual
Democratic majority next Tutsdav.
A ultirlilge 3'mili- Little llnlliiisiiisin.
JlCI't 1IMC SPECIAL.
3Ionett Mo. Nov. 2 H-3Ia or C 1'.
Walbridg.' of St. Ixmis spoke here to-nlcht
to a fair-sized crowd Thin is the wmd-up
cf the Itt publican campaign in Barry Coun
t Thcri was not much enthusiasm The
Democrats havo their wind-up Sjturd.iy
Illl Is Influences Iti'pulilicisiiH.
Jackson. 31o. Nov. 2 Wtbstcr Davis
spoke here to-day to 10 if) people His
spe-eeh was a foreihle arralgnmi nt of the
imperialistic and trust-domlnattd adminis
tration of 31 r 3IcKinley 3Ir Davis's xllt
lo ibis county lias undoubtedly adJtd many
moie to the long Il3t of Rtpubllcins who
have tome out for Roan in this com
munity. 1I1M1TMII ADOI'lCll.
Oflklaiiil DemiicrnlH llviircss 'I heir
Ojilnlnn of I'emberf un.
3Iattoon. III., Nov. 2. At a recent meeting
ot the Democratic Club ot Oakland, the
home of Stanton C. Pembcrton, the Re
publican candidate for re-elictlon to the
Statu Sen ite from the Fortieth District, a
manifesto vas unanimously adopted, which
said that Ptmbtrtoti has held ofllce for
eight ears through support of Democratic
friends In Oakland Township: that he I:a3
ever provid read to sacrillto party interest
or pergonal friendship for his own aggrand
izement and that hu has had no scruples in
attatklng the social or business standing of
those! vho opposed him.
Tho manifesto cites Instances where Pem
bcrton lought the candidates of Congress
man J. O Cannon, at that time tho political
boss of this con2ie.sslon.1I district, and
thereby earned Democratic support. It is
evident that by this course lie has not only
alienated from him tho Republican follow -trs
of Cannon, but the Dunotrats. who se
cured his election to the State Senate in
lS'Jfi by tho narrow margin or IK majority,
tho warning manifesto of the Oakland
Democratic Club Is being given wide publi
city. t:iti:vr political ui:3io..sTitviio.
Fifteen Thousand People Asc iililctl
in Vaailalia to lleiir Speakers.
Vandalia, 111 . Nov. 2. Tho greatest po
litical demonstration in the history ot
Factte County was given here to-day by
the Democrats Fifteen thousand people
blockaded tlie public square and streets
from morning till night. A grand pirade
took place In the morning, 1,200 men and
women on horses being one ot the features.
Congressman J. R. Williams ot Carml and
Congressman Thomas 31. Jett ot Hillsboro
epoke in tlie public square in the afternoon.
an examination of her reionls.
at Lynn. Mass.. arc received, opened
is a sacred contidence never violated.
liter's fall and free consent in writing'.
Still More Facts Showing
Irregularity is Overcome
by Lydia E. Pinkham's
tyitli irregular menstruation, and have
begun the use of Ljdia E. Pinkham's
"egetabe Compound. Would like
your advice." Cora L. Payton, Alay
"DilvkMiw-Pixkiiam I have taken
three bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, but I have a bad
discharge and write to ask if I had
better not use your fc'anative Wash
also.' Your medicine is Tielping me."
Cora L. Pajton, Ogontz, Pa., July 1,
"Dijits Mas. PiXKiiAM I write to
tell von of the benefit I have received
from the use of j our remedies. Befora
using them I was feeling very bad. I
used to go to tlie hospital, but it did
me no good. Your remedies, have
done wonders for me." Cera L. Pay
ton, Ogont, Pa. Feb. 25, 1899.
and ex-Congressman John R- Eden of Sul
livan. Hdvvard Green of Chicago and Judgo
AV 13 Wright of Ulllngham spoke from
Mirloui stands along the streets. Speeches
are ln'Ing m ide to-night ln the pnbllo
square, tha opera-house and Armory Hall,
and the town Is alive with Democratic en
thusiasm The Democratic leaders are Jubi
lant over the success" of the meeting and are
couf.dent of giving the largest Democratic
majority In the history of the county.
l!OOsi;vi;i.T' CA-MPAIGV E'NDED.
Rough llltler Triele.l 2(,20! SHles
11ml fuile OTIS Speeches.
Owego. N. Y, Nov. 2. Theodore Koose
elt. Republican candidate for Vice Pres
ident, completed his campaign to-night at
this rolnt. In eight weeks, he has vis
ited twenty-four States of the Union, made
1.73 speeches, traveled 21,203 miles, visited
CCT towns and cities.
His record includes more speeches, mori
miles traveled and more territory covered
than that of all the other candidates for
Piesldent or Vice President of the United
States of all other parties for the last 10O
jears, with the exc-ption of tho record
made by William J. Bryan in 1S5S.
Tills Roosevelt campaign was tlnlshed by
a tw-o-wetks' tour of the State of New
York, during which the candidate traveled
2,!5 miles, through thirty-seven counties,
and made! 120 spttches. tho majority ot
them from tho rear platform of the train.
31r. Roosi-ielt finished this tour in excel
lent health and good spirits, and, as ho
said to-nisht, "With a slightly weakened
oice. but able to go on with the cam
paign a couple of weeks or more."
The last day of this campaign Included
eight stops between Jamestown ln Chau
tauqua County, and inclusive of Owego In
Tioga County. The stops to-day varied
from two hours in duration at Olean. to
ten minutes at other oolnts. Ho finished
to-night at Owcgo, the home of United
States Senator Thomas C. Piatt.
Reed nnd Kern "Wore Hnthnnlndtlc
Hannibal. 3to , Nov. 2. At noon the
marching clubs and cavalry brigades,
bands, drum corps, city officials, mounted
officers and the county Democracy met
James A. Ricd at the depot and gave him a
Tho popular and eloquent Kansas City
3Iator was escorted to the opera-house
amid 11 din of enthusiasm. The opera
house was packed from pit to dome with
farmers of Rall3. Jlonroe. Shelby and 31a
rlon counties in 3Iissourt and Pike County,
To-night R- II. Kern of St. Louis ad
dressed a largo audience ln the Park Opera
house, wlillo thousands clamored for ad
mittance after tho immense building- had
Large delegations from Quincy by special
train toolc part In the demonstration. Han
nibal has tho reputation of doing things
right, but this has been a record breaker.
Everv business hou-o and almost every
residence in the city was profusely deco
rated. I, Uj'OIIS AT COWAN'S statemest.
St. I,o 11 is Jinn Points Ont the Railroad
Washington. Nov. 2. "That was a (fear
ful bluff put up by President Cowan of tho
Ualtlmore and Ohio Railroad," said W. L.
Davis, a St. Louis railroad man, tvho Is
registered at the 3IctropoIItan.
"Any railroad man will tell you that Mr..
Cowan Is fabricating whn ho says that. If
Ilrvan Is elected, ho will cancel an order
for lO.COO steel cars. Ills railroad either
needs the cars or does not need them. It
It nced3 them they will be built, no matter
who is elected. It Is not good policy for
the management of a railroad which has
just got out of bankruptcy to make threat
of this nature. Cowan had better get ail
the cars he can afford, carry all the coal
and crops ho can get. and put hi3 line on
a par with his competitors. He 9hould be
tiie last man to make such a statement."
II. . EM.OE "IVITHDUAAVS.
ConKressiuiin T. "IV. Sims Now Will
Nashville. Tenn.. Nov. 2. To-night B. A.
Enloe. who has been In the race for Con
gress in the Eighth District, as an Inde
pendent Democrat, announced his with
drawal from the race, which makes certnln
thf re-election of Congressman T. VT.
The withdrawal to-night settles the fight
In favor of Democracy. Tennessee will
have eight Democratic and two Republican
Congn-ssmm in the next House. Great
pressure was brought to bear to induce En
loe to withdraw.
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