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Springfield Globe -Republic.
TIIKrtl,UINOFIHIilai,OHK-V.l. "VI. Vo. .1
TUlil IMitNUPtULU ttUl'(JJII..I -Vol. XjiJl.1,
SPELNGF1ELI), O., SATITRDAV KVKNING. OOTOHEIt 10 1885.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
vVssiiinutov, Oct. 10 For Ohio valley and
Tnnn'e, generally fair sreallieri ullihtly rm
erj w nds gene rally southerly, liwer barometer
SAIUKDAV.Oct. 'tO, IS85,
HOW TO SUCCEED.
1st. Don't imitate. Hotter
oiu:'s owh than to copy from
2d. Don't worship London,
New York, Chicago or Cin
cinnati, but respect and uphold
the city in which you live.
3d. Give the highest qual
ities possible for the least
4th. Always speak the
5th. Don't have too many
itons in the fire.
6th. He courteous and lib
eral to a fault.
7th. Always better your
own previous achievements.
8th. 15e constantly attentive
to your own business.
9th. Drive work instead of
allowing work to drive you.
10th. Don't wait for others,
but lead always.
The foregoing principles ap
plied to the manufacture and
sale of Clothing, Furnishing
goods and 1 lats are the open
secrets of the success of
Springfield's Only One Price
Manufacturing Clothing Re
tailers at Wholesale Prices.
SmiMinii.ti, Ohio. October 7, wit.
At a meeting of the Council of said cltj. held
on the Mil Inst , a quorum being irresent, the
fol'nwlug resolution was adopted:
lti.noi.VKn, n the Clt Council of the City
ol -t ringtltld, Ohio, twotblids of the whole
number of lucmbsiH elected thereto concur
tliiK, IhHt it 1h neecsaary, anil thMt It Intends
to make thrift public IrunruvernentM by srail
lug and paving with bonlders the three alleva
her Inafier described. In acsorilnii' e with the
prntlles and specifications tharefor on Hie lu
il e olllc oof the Civil Knglueer.
1st 1 he llrMt alley cat of I lmestomi itrect,
from Maple avenue north tot enter allej
.'ml I he second alley east of limestone
street, from Maple avenue north to Center
lid The fourth alley east of I linestono
street, from .Maple avenue north to Center
the expenaeof said several Improvements to
be assessed respectively per front foot upon
the proper! abutting thereon: aa ahown by
the pints no file In the office of the Civ 1 Hi
Itlneer, aud according " I and the ordl
nam e of Mild ell) , the assessment therefor to
b ald lu one installment, and collected as.
provided by law and In the uaaeHalhK ordi
nance hereafter to be passed
IheCltye lerk Is hereby directed lo publish
this resolution for twooonseciitlve wee ks
lly order of Council. J, 8. (jllMVALIKK,
lain City Clerk
IJURSIJANT tu the commands of an execution
ot sale Issued from the Court of Crultuon l'leas
.if Clark county, Ohio and to uie directed and Ue
llvered, I will oiler for tale, at punlic auction, at
the south duor of the Court House of aald tounty,
In the city of eprlngneld, Ohio, on
Saturday, ) loiter 17, A. I), 1X8
at one o'clock p. ni., the following described mort
gage 1 premises, lowll:
H tualed In the couuty of Clark, la the Bute of
Ohio, and In the city of Hpringneld, and bounded
aiil e'escrlbd aa follows, via i llelng lolnuin
bered fotty.lour bundled and lourteeo (4414), aa
the same Is nuinliered and designated on rsllas II
(lard's plat of lots In hit addition to aal I city, and
recordid In Tol ?, pp SO and HI, In the Itecord of
l'laii of lxit of Clark tounty, Ohio.
Hall above deacr.bed pretulaa appralaed at
Said above drscrll el premises lobe soil by order
of the Co irt of (.oiiitiioii l'leaa of 4 Jar k tounty.
Ohio, In case No 17(.7. wherein William M Usher
aril Louis K Button, larlners aa William 14,
Hilier A(, pialnlltti, ohtalnel a nmliugof the
aiuouut due them from William rj. Htra ley, de
lermaof sale Cash
WILLIAM H IIAKKIt.
Hhertlt of Clark Couutr, Ohio
K Colkwik, Atlorner, ."JToIh
I885. 8ICLER'8 1 886.
P. P. P. P'8
Popular Pullmnji Polaco Parties.
Qrand Excursions .
Will leave iTilruao, It. Paul 3 SI. IxtaW
fur l.a .tna-rlrs. Man Pranrlaeo aa.1 llona.
lulu. Monday 4rl. IS Nsv. IS, aaa !. 14
iHMS. ror lartlculara address,
I. C. SIUI.XK, Manager, U Clark St., Iklcaaa.
UP aOESHKLli GATE.
HVt'vrnrvi, j hum in a tionofihi:
UltKAT KUINKKltlNII I'KAT.
Kiplnalun of Hie Orent Itorka Wlilcli
llnvo Marlr flell (late n llMliKeroiia I'olrit
in the tipper New Vork llarlior A
Wonderful Hcne-lm Iderna, etc.
Nnv VtinK, Oct, 10. It It rtlirnalel tlint
three hundred and fifty thousand people 1-
f raliltu In New Vork today aluuK tire shores
opposite Hell (late on froth enlea to watch
the riploslon of the rocks underneath the
channel. The excitement wag great nil over
.Vew Votk and It has been the sole topic- of
conversation. Shortly lielore ten u'cloik the
ePKlncers In Uiarge of the work look their
ilacta and made the final arrange.
tnent necepnarr licfurn the t!e:lrlc key should
lie touched which was to cati'e tho upheaval
the thousand ol tons ot nolld rock.
At ll o'clock this morning everything was
repotted ready and amid almost hrealhlesj
Bilnce the chitf engiriier stepped to the elec
trical hoHrd which aa located In the observa
tion building on the west si le ol the river and
at Just ll II lunched the key.
lnsunllj there was a Iremen lom shock
and explolon which shook eterythin,'. wlih
the force ol an earthquake. (Ireat voliimej
ol water shot geyfir like Into the air for the
distance of a hundred or more feet. Inter
mingled with the qui My waliri were thous
ands of pirns of rock, lrtrgo and small.
At almost the same instant the explosion
took place .he hundreds ol Btcn'nhoiH,
tugs and yachts ninth had gathend as
near the seine as was possible.
commenced whistling, ami kept It up until
whistles and bells all oier the cily and
Brooklyn joined in the noisy chorus. Kor ten
minutes the noise was dtnlening.
The explosiou was thouirht succenslul,
Judging from prrsent indications. It will he
some days before a thorough examination
can be made, but it is probable that the Iml
obstacle in the upper harbor has now been
riltKltt TllHUKAU HHt FJtOST.
1'rnfeaaiir Wrlalit, or Oberllo, clve. cven
IEMMtia rr llehiK n ItepiibllrHti.
Cci ilam, Oct. 10. As quite n political
sensation has been produced in Northern
Ohio by the recent pub ication In the Daily
Leader of a verbatim report of the steccli
just delivered by I'rofesoor 0. I'. Wright, In
Obulin the home of Wlllwm (.o'dell
Frost, the prohibition candidate for lieutenant
governor, and which has been claimed, as
was the Methodist church, to be going pell
mellfortbe prohibition ticket, I think the
speech should be reproduced in full in the
republican pajerslnthe stale. At a repub
lican meet! og in Obcrlin Professor Wright
introduced Judge Foraker In one of
the most compact, pertinent and solid utter
ances of the campaign. Mr. Wright is a pr, -
fessor in the Theological department, is em
inent as a scientist and has pub
lished several works of great
value and popularity In scientific
circles, and as he has betn a resident of pro
hibition states for a number o( years, Is well
qualified from observation and eiier!ence to
speak on the subject. I send tho fullonlng
report that you may put it into today's (Juinr
IUiibiio My duties have always prevented mo from
taking a prominent part in the political dis
cussions which have b-en rile during the
twenty-five years since I became a voter. I
have, however, exerci'ed mj right to vote
from lime to lime, according to my bejt
judgment, and I avail tuselt of this op
portunity to give some of the reasons for
the political faith wh'hh is in me. First, I
believe that it Is immoral and highly danger
ous to tjrn the L'nietd States government
over to the.democrattc pirty, whose main
strength and domiuent dements are in the
states which were recently in armed rebellion
for its destruction. ! thcrelore btlieve thet
it would be a great calamity to elect this fall
in Ohio a legislature which should fail to re
turn John hhtrman to the Lulled States
Second I believe it would be highly preju
dicial to the interests of thu frre linen to hare
tbetr former masters and oppressors able to
reign without restraint, as they would If a
republican mujonty in the I'nlled Mates sen
ate were to give place to a democratic major
ity. As an old-time abolitionist, tberelore, I
cannot hazard this election ol a staunch re
publican to the United States senate without
Third I believe the republican party to
be composed ot those elements ot sec lety
compnsiog the largest degree of good sense,
intelligence, patriotism, and ruoralily , nud
that it is therefore the iuut hopeful organi
sation through which to work for the pro
motion or all the best ends ol civil govern
Fourth I do not believe that temperance
legislation can Le made the supreme end ot
civil government The form lu which legis
lation against the evils of intemperance can
be made most cnectlvels still a question
open to discussion. And until there Is a
greater unanimity of sentiment upon the sub
ject than now exists among "lie and good
men we cannot proceed against rutceellers
ai we do agalntt horse thieves and mur
derers Fifth As to the urgency of temperance
legislation. It seems tu me that mj third
party friends have. In the first place, an ex
aggerated estimate ol the advantage likely to
follow the mere enactment of a general pro
hibitory law. L'uder our torra of government
such a law can be elfective only where there
Is a strong local public senlimeut to sustain
it. I have lived and labored Icr temperance
twenty years in prohibition stales, where the
legislature did everything that could be
asked, and yet I never saw the sale of liquor
anywhere else so etlectually under control as
it is in Oberlin without any law Yet I am a
prohibitionist but not a third party one.
Sixth Tbe republican party is nut likely
to be so recreant to Its duty as some Bllege,
It has glvsjp us one chance to vote upon a
prohibitory amendment, and if we temper
ance mtn support it properly I have little
doubt that it will give us another chunce.
Hut in case it does not, we have in six years
from the present tlmea constituiional conven
tion, regularly provided for, around which
we can rally our forces in nnn-pirtiaan etrbrt
without endangering the other Interests we
hold dear, and which are embodied in our
party affiliations. Meanwhile wo may hope
from the republican parly much more whole
some and ethctive restrictions to the liquor
trade than lan pjsiibly be extccted Irotn tbe
Seventh The war against Intemperance is
a catupilgu, and rrqiires in its political as
pects wisdom es well as zeal. The vote upon
the constitutional aracudment two ytars agn
was against us. When Orant made bis firs'
charge upon the fortified blullj ol Vicksbutg
be said that until the raw recruits had tried
tbe charge and failed they would not have
been willing to settle down to the dull and
slow work of a regular siege. It does no
seem to me to be wise fjr a small Laud of
ardept soldiers to attempt by tbe methods
now in vogue among the third party men to
Icare the rest of the army and Inak- a charge
niralutt Its will. Moral agencies can be
ellectlve by minorities, but political ac
tions depend upon majorities, and If the
Irlends of reform fall to unite In the political
held they fall ol everything. Bfore making
war aualnnt another klnir It Is the part ot
wl lorn lo sit down first and consult whether
wrt are able with ten thoiisind to meet Mm
that cometli against us with twenty thous.
and. What I fear In the present emergency
Is that the third party will keep In power, as
It has already put In power, the party from
which only evil tan come, from their course
with respict to temperance and many other
of the most Important questions. If there
are enough of them they can completely
null tho efforts of the ureal body of Intelll.
irent and patriotic cltl'ns who have been in
the habit of acting with them and keep both
tliftuHvei and them from having any band
In tbe shaping of the destinies ol our con:
Thine, la lies and gentlemen, are my views
stated briefly, upon which, with present
light, I am bound to act, and which I am
prepared to defend. To what extent Judge
Forakir, the gallant soldier whom I have the
honor of introducing to you, agrees with me
I do not know, but I believe hltn to be a
Christian gentleman who earnestly desires to
support the best prnitl temperance legisla
tion in this state, ami to aim at better than Is
now possible In the near future.
the sou i. a i.huA i, nr.. nriciAitr.
A Iteiuisrknrilft Feelealaatlcal lleclslon
From Hie New tork tJourl r Appeals.
I mm Mnriiluc hdillon J
Nkw Yortk, 0ti. 0. James Oilman and
his wife Margaret, aged respectively 'to and
8J, died in 1HBJ In this city, leaving $2,J0;i
to undertakei Henry McArdle to pay for tbe
funerals of herself and her husband and for
masses for the reKe of her husband's and
her own soul. This was tbe wile's. afcArdle
buried them both and paid for masses in St.
Alphonsiis and St. Peter's Roman Catholic
churches, ol which the old coaple had been
members. Michael Oilman, a nephew of
Mrs. Oilman's husband, got out administra
tion papers, and sued McArdle fur theli.iW.
Judge Frecdman, in the superior court, de
cided that the trust to McArdle was void, be
cause a ptrsjuflsoul could not be made a bene
ficiary, and could not take an Interest In the
property left behind for Its benefit. The gen
eral term court allirmed Judge Freedman's de
cision on appeal, and then the case was car
ried to the court ol appeals. The court of
appeals has now rendered a decision uphold
ing the validity ot trust for masses for the re
pose ol the souls ot tbe dead. This estab
lishes a precedent that will be of great Im
portance to Roman Catholics throughout tbe
McArdle will continue to nay for annual
high masses for the souls of the dead couple
as long as the money holds out.
t.UWIHATKIf OS Afl'KAJt lyct.l.
Iluw h Trunk Thlnf I'Hased aa a Klch
oiliiir Swell itt h HiirntoKH Hotel.
from Murrilui: I dltlon
Ntw YoKk, Oct 9. Karly last summer
Mrs. A. M. Lancaster, of Honesdale, Pa.,
while returning from a trip to Boston, had
her trunk, containing a valuable wardrobe,
Importaut papers and articles of great value
stolen. It bad been properly checked in lios
ton. The railroid authorities traced it to
Albant, and there all trace ol It was lost.
About this time a yoani; man dressed In
the height ol fashion and giving the name of
Clarence Depuystcr, of .New York, became a
guest of a bsratoga hotel. His baggage con
sisted of one very large trunk and a fine alli
gator skin bag. As the guest was evidently
one ot the best class, he was not troubled
with any relerence to his bill until near the
close of tbe season. His bill was presentel;
he took it to his room, and that was the last
that any one in the hotel ever saw of him.
The trunk waa lelt and proved to tie Mrs
Lancaster's. It has been forwarded to her.
Kvrrytbing was in It that she bad put In it
four mouths belore in Huston. Tbe young
man had remuvi d the check an 1 lived on the
appesra'ees ol the trunk and alligator bag
during the summer.
Vt.FHKS AMtln TO UK CITIZESH.
Wh) Some or lie lleiiartment Men in
WtthllliiKtuu Hardly lr do to tfhlo.
II-rom Morning h-lltkm
Wasiiimitus, lit. if. I be Star says
tonight that the indications are about the
departments that there will cot be so many
clerks going home to vote this (all as usual
The Ohiu republicans are making a desperate
elHrt to grt all their men to no borne, but with
only smallsuccess. Senator John Sherman has
written a letter tu a clerk in the treasury de
partment asking him to he sure an 1 go home
to vote, and to get as many otheis ot tbe
Ohio clerks to go home as he can. The sen
ator assures him that there will be no danger
in his si doing, and tbat he (Sherman) will
sland by him and tbe rest who come out
Tbe clerk to whom the letter was written
has concluded to go to Ohio the day belore
the elec Ion vo e on i lection da und to tome
baik quietly, without taking any further
pert In the campaign, aud says be thinks
others will do tbe same thing He says they
can better tilTord tjdo this an I take the risk,
than not to vote and take the blame if Sher
man is defeated.
Ittilted Labor I t Hiru Convention
WAKiliNiiros, Oct. 'I. the execu ire com
mittee of the Washington branch of the
Unite) Lalior League ot America has issued
a call f jr a convention ol representatives of
all the leigues in tho country to meet In New
York (ktuber JO.
NPAItlCt t-lttlM lilt. HIKK.
Ladies traveling alone in Norway are
charged only halt prut.
Ilx-Atlorney General Urewster and family
are stopping In Palis.
Manager Haverly'a Colorado investments
are Bald to be very unprofitable.
Clarion county, Pennsylvania, was visited
by a severe hail-, torm Thursday night.
II. W Mabie.Mrs Jackion's executor, prom
ises to clear up the mystery surrounding tbe
Sate II lme papers.
btuutur Voorhees, the "Tall Sycamore," Is
down for a political speech at Leejburg, Va ,
next Monday niht.
" ion A l1 Ah 11.1.
Chas. I). Jacobs, ol Kentucky, has beep
apiKjiutel minister to tbe L'nlted States of
The planing mill of C. II. Tyler, at Circle
vllle, O , was demollihed bt the explosion ot
Senato. Sherman ad lresed an immense
meeting of enthusiastic republicans at Piqut,
Baltimore democrats held a mass meeting
to consider means of doiug away with cor
rupt party "bosses" in Maryland.
At Newark, 0 , the captain and three offi
cers of the iialvatlon Army were arris ed and
jailed for singing on tbe street while a demo
tratlc procession was passing.
John Barns, alias "lliltlmore Ibck," es
caped Iroui prison at Grien Sp'lng, 0, and
shortly allerward knocked down and robbed
the Nickel (late station sgeut at Oik wood.
The lac-simlle ol a llohemlan oats bond,
with the name ol Hon, James A Norton as
president thereon, has been published In the
Tillln, 0 , Tribune. Norton is tbe democratic
can lidate fir auditor of Seneca county, and
his connection wltn this swindle will tender
bis election doubtful,
PRINCE OF THE OIIUHCH.
ItKATII OF VAHUINAI. JOHN
tl.O.HKKt ITJVICH TOIIH.
The Venerable I'relale i,r Ilia Unman
embolic Cliurrli I'aaar-a In Ilia Long Ileal
After Fifty Vritra or Aellve Work In tbe
Minlalry The llealbb-d Sienes.
(from Morning idltinu
Nuw Yiiiik Ocr. 10. Cardinal McCloskey
died at 12 10 o'clock this morning, peace
fully, and Burrounded by relatives and clergy
men ol his sect.
Ntw Yiiiik, Oct. 'I. At 3 o clock I)r. Keys
sail his patient had failed more rapidly dur
ing the twelve hours past than In the pre
ceding forty-sight hours. Ho did not think
It probable the patient would survive Sunday,
should he live until then.
ViiiMuiiTv Kepurl) from the death watch
at Cardinal McCloikey's house Is to the illect
that his death may occur tonight.
Soon alter 4 o'clock this aflernnon the
cardinal sank into unconsciousness and so
continued throughout the evening. Grave
nppn h-nsioru were lascd on this fact, and
Monslgnor rarley, Father Dohtrcsse and Mrs.
John Kelly (who was at her home) were
hurriedly summoned to thu cardinal's bed
side. At 10 o'clock thoso about the bedside
of the sick man were convinced lhat he never
agnlu would regain consciousness. Tbe car
dinal s nephew had been sent for, he
being in Philadelphia. For some hours pre
vious to his loss ol consciousness, the cardinal
bad taken no nourishment, and those who
watched lelt that all that now left was the
Inevitable and speedy exhaustion ol the un
supported vital forces. Uev. Father Doncey
came hurriedly soon after 10 o'clock and
Joined the group ol watching tfiends. It was
yet thougbt that dissolution might be distant
yet from ten to thirteen hours, but this was
not to be.
Midnight lights began flashing from vari
ous rooms In the cardinal's house, and to the
groups waiting outside there tame the con
siiousness that the unusual activity inside
was Indicative ol the approach of closing
scenes. At 12 30 a nervous twitch of tbe
muscles of tbe dying man's face was ob
served and the household drew nearer. The
doctor bent by the bedside and constantly
lelt the rapidly Dickering pulso. The Uev.
Moualgnors prayed fervently and repeated
invocations for the dying. Half past twelve and
tbe scene was one simply of waiting. On
one side of the lied were the cardinal's nieces,
Mrs Kelly and Mrs. Cleary, and on the other
side was Mlaa McClosky and Miss Mullen,
the latter another nltce. Ilehlnd them and
standing almost in a circle were Monsignors
Farley, Preston and Qulnn, Aichbishop Cor
rlgau. Dr. McDonald, Father Don Urease, and
the assistant priests attached to the cathedral
reciting the prayers for the dying. Dr.
Keys at the head of the bed anxiously
watched the ebbing lite of his patient, who,
though unconscious, still held in his hand a
crucifix, the emblem of his faith. At M "0
a. m. the end came, and so peacefully and
painlessly tbat those who watched scarcely
knew tbat tbe great change had tome, until
Dr Keys signified tbat all was oter and tbat
tho cardinal was dead. Then the b-itler,
Walsh, ushered forth to call the venerable
Rev. Don Urease.
The servant's eyes were wet and Dr. Keys,
who supported the reverend father on one
side, said to the waiting crowd outside "The
cardinal is dead." Monsigner Preston re
mained with tbe relatives and ofiered prayers
for the repose of the dead prelate's soul. The
other dignitaries and priests departed alter
tbjcdeatb. .TJieijeaslsjJassjUjal'a remains will
r el tin tha TaultsorWiTWnedrttl. flU;1B-
terment win prooaoiy ue oneweca irom
n y 2 r. r k . i TiTTTKrV-u.v.
Tliey Couldn't Agree, hiiiI n Divorce Mult la
II mm Morulni; I dltlon
Chicago, Oct i. C. J. Gross, bu years old,
and a wealthy real estate dealer of Detrcit,
Wis , married Lizzie llushard, 15 years of age,
In Credonln, III , about six months ago Yes
terday he lagan a suit lor divorce against his
alleged recreant wife. Tbe bald-headed gen
tleman loied not wisely, and would at this
late day annul the proceedings were his wife
to live wl h him. She refuses. He says tbat
her sister is the cause ol their estrangement.
The old man sats he first met the girl some
years ago, in Wl-consin, where they then
lived. He was struck with the youngest one,
who was rartlciilarly bright, well Inlormed
and iKde8ecl of positive genius tor music
and painting. Being prssessel of means to
do so, be undertook to give her advantages to
develop her talents, and provided her with
instructors, who soon taught her to paint so
well that her work commanded attention
everywhere it waa exhibited. She also be
came proficient as a musician, and she read
so much, wrote and reasoned so well, that be
began to fancy he ha I discovered a second
Harriet lieeclcr Stowe.
Alter a honeymoon of one week, the
couple came to this city, and registered at the
Commercial hotel. He then sold some prop
erty. After his child-like wile bid signed
her name to tbe document, he gave her a
nice roll of bills. She then deserted him.
After a long search he found her In a west
side dive, run bj her sister. He persuaded
her again to live with htm She consented.
In two weeks again she 1, It him and came to
Chicago, lie followed and again took her
back to lielolt. They were not mated, and
the Hie ol the young wife was anything but
pleasant. She again lelt blm, and w,is ar
restelby the police yesterday at Gross' re
quest, charged with vagraucy. The jouug
wile and her wayward sister will be arraigned
for trial tomorrow.
llce.l'realdelil llentlrle ka l-.iitertnltied,
Sr. Loch, Oct. y. A strictly private ban
quet was given to Vice-President Hendricks,
at tbe St. Louis club house, tonight. Only
fort covers were laid and the allair Is said to
have been ol a purely social character. Mr
Hendricks was at the fair again today and
was given a lunch by officers of the as'ocia
tlon at the club house, at which some toasts
were drank, and a sly ellort made lo obtain
some political expression from htm, but he
die lined to In led away. The attendance at
the fair yesterday proves to have been the
largest since the inauguration of the enter
prise, notwitbstandlt gtbe crippled conditions
of the railroaisand the necessary curlall
mentsof the means of getting to the grounds.
Fully 100,000 people were on the grounds
during the day,
The fSalluiiHl l.lbuiul League.
Cci ti anii, O , Oct, 'J The ninth annual
congress ol tbe Natlpnal Liberal League con
vened here today at tho People's theater.
Col. Kibt. ll. Ingersoll, the prtsilent, not
being preseut, Chas. Watts, ol London, Kng
land, flee presldeut, occupied Ihe chair, 'Ine
alternoon session "iss devoted to the reading
of officers' reports, Tonight J. I). Sfiaw, ot
Texas, read a paper on "Liberalism, stated
aud defended." G. W. Stewart, ol Missouri,
read a para-r on "Krolution," and Mrs.
Mattle Krrkel talked woman sulfrsge.
Hie Knights remplnr.
Cliwuhu, O., Oct.O, At a meeting of
the Grand Coiuinandcry Knights Templar ol
Ohio in this city today, Caskill s resolution
which provides 'bat Ohio knights shall not
rrcpgriz? any degrees except such as are con
lerred under tbe ancient York rile, was de
feated by a vote of lOtl to 70,
TIlAUId HUKHK AT THE Al.TAU.
A Mew KtiKtaml llrldricmmii Cruelly Ite
liouneea Ills stride llefnre the lluaats.
If nun Morning l-dltloti j
IIoiton, Oct. . Miss Olive Carlisle, resid
ing at No. il Chapman street, has tor two
years lieen receiving devjted attentions from
Frank Samuels, a young man of good habits,
who lives In Waltham. She returned tbe at.
lection which he lavished upon her, and a
year ago they became engaged to be married.
A fortnight ago the lovers officiated as
groomsman and bridesmaid at a wed ling at
the People's chinch, and, emulating the ex
ample ol their friends, they decided to be
married themselves to lay. At noon today
the guests were assembled, and the minister
awaited the entrance ol the bride and groom.
They came In tngelher and took thelt posi
tions before him, but before he began the
rereniuny Samuels roughly cast off Irom his
arm tbe hand ol the bride, and, turning away
"1 wont marry her1 I ran get a wife who
IS purer and better than she Is.
Il'forb the astounded guests recovered them,
selves Siimuela had left the house. The bride
went into hysterica and fainted. She was
taken tu her room and medical aid summon
ed An hour later she escaped frc m her at.
tendants, and at fi o'clock this afternoon she
was lound lying on the sidewalk on Tyler
street. She was scnsele-s and moaning feebly.
At tho city hospital she recovered con
sciousness, and said she bad taken 10 cents'
worth of oxalic acid. She first look 5 cents'
worth of the solid acid dissolved In water,
and when thu produced no immediate relief,
ahe bought 5 cents' worth of liquid acid aud
drank it raw on the street. The doctors say
she will die a horrible death.
To her mother, Mits Carlisle confessed that
a week ago Samuels took advantage of her
devotion to him to wrong her She was
crazed because ol his desertion just as the
marriage vows were about to be taken, and
determined to die. Samuels has not been
seen since he left the house.
STIIIKE OF THK tt UlHtil. MIKKHS.
Iteluanl of the Chicago I'ork Packers to
Live Up tn their Aireenirat.
If rom Morning dltlon
CmcAi.e, Oct il. Chicago pjrk packers
are In an unenviable position. Six hundred
coopers employed to make barrels for pack
ing purposes are out on a strike, and from
present appearances they show no disposition
to resume work. They claim that the
Coopers' union has sufficient money In Its
treasury lo keep all men for six months; that
they will hold out until the packers submit to
their demands. Tbe cause ot the trouble is
this During the summer months, when
business is slack, tha coopers always
permitted the packers to make acutln wagei,
but it was understood that when fall came
the men were to receive their old wages.
Now the packers reUse to advance wages a
cent. As a result the men are out. Tbe
reasjn the packers have gone back on their
agreement Is, they have barrels sulhcient,
they say, to last them for three months.
This, howeier, Is not believed to be true, and
the coopers surmise lhat when the pork
packing season opens in earnest pakera will
confer with tho men about resuming work.
111H UltKAT MIHTAKK.
A Prominent ClilcacuHii Publishes tha Ab.
solution ot Ilia Wile from rScandal.
I rom Morning Edition
Ciiicaoo, Oct. 3 A few months ago,
Judge lloermau, of Louisiana, and Mrs. Nana
Wegley were the principals in an unsavory
case which attracted tbe curiosity of people
Urfur-aad far, on account of their prominence
to ine social nrmament rnemistiaud of Mrs.
Wesley abused tbe judge of improprieties,
which resulted in both Wegley and his wife
suirg lor a divorce. Tbe judge pronounced
the allegations false, and intimated that
blackmail was the end desired Warrants
were issued tor the arrest of the judge, but he
escaped the dungeon, owing to the leniency
ol a constable.
The case was lost sight of until this even
ing, when the tullowiug card, which explains
Itselt, was made public
fun oo, HepL 1J llfeujnltlnir the fact, after
careful loTctia'.ttiun, of wrongfully airuslntt iuy
ltt Njii.1 h ISegley of lull lellty, I hereby de
c'ar-the esldenca toully Insurfl l.ntli sutstan
tlste the charge, and desire lo repair the great
wruiiie done to so Inner ent woman.
More Democrats Jtude Happy.
Wa'Siiim.ton, D. C , Oct. 0 Tbe president
this alternoon made the following appoint
ments Chas D. Jacobs.ot Kentucky, envoy
extraordinary and minister pleniptnt!ary of
the Unitei! Mates to tbe United States of
Columbia; Charles Fester, of Indiana, consul
general ol tbe Uniied Stales at Calcutta;
I). J Partello, ot the District of CoUmb a,
consul of the I'-I'el Me'ej at Diss Idor
Wm. 1. Henderson, 1 Arkatssa, aocia'e
ustlce ol the supreme court ol the territory
of New Mexico. Dirdel W. Marrata, of Da
kota, marshal of ihe United Slates for the
territory of Dakota; Thomas P. Smith, of
Virginia, attorney of tbe Uniied Sta'es lor
the terntoiy of New Mexlo; Cnarles Par
latige, of Louisiana, attorney of the United
States for the eastern district ot Louisiana.
Fasten. Sllnsa Workers' Hlrlke.
ISostov, Oct. i All Ihe glass manufac
tories in the Kastern association comprised In
the territory of Pennsylvania, New York and
the New England States are now idle, the
men being on a strike, except Ibe Iloslnn and
Sandwich, tbe Ml. Washington, of New Hed
tord, and the New England at Fast Cam
brilge. This takes in thirteen factories in
Brooklyn, one in Philadelphia, one In Men
den and one in Somerville. President W . J
Smith, of Pittsburg, the national bead of the
American Flint Glasi Workers' uri n, ar
rived in Sjmerville yesterday, and is here to
direct tbe workings of tbe local unions.
Further strikes and lockouts are talked of.
Ills omen's Cuugrraa.
Dra Muim-3, I , Oel. 0 Today, Ihe last ot
the womtn's congress, was maiked by an In
creased attendance Mrs. Lucy Stone, of
Boston, was present and addressed the meet
ing The following papers were presented
"Woman Physicians in Hospitals lor Insane,"
by J nnie M, Cowan, M. D,ol Iowa, "Jus
tice and Help to the Needy,' by Mrs Mary K
llagg, ot New York, "Th Present Phase of
Woman's Advancement," by Uev. Augusta
Cooper Bristol, of Sew York, and "The Ua
llglon of tbe Future," by lmogeue C. Fales,
liiiimiTov lis- alii, Oct. 'J. First race,
mile Harry Hose won, Fellow play second,
Hickory third, time, 1 20,
Second race, 7 furlongs Diamond won,
Jim Nave second, IlitdWn third, lime, 1 34
Third race, mile Uarnum woo, Treasurer
Second, Leman third, time, 1 4i
Fourth race, 'J miles Weasel won. High
lllglit second, I) ivttle third, time, 1 59
Fifth race, 1 miles, over six hurdles
Ecuador won, ilonaretta second, Harry
Mann third; lime, 1 "i7
The New Mliilster lo Columbia.
Wahhimitos, Oct. i Mr Jacobs, o I Ken
tucky, who was today appointed United
States mliilster to Columbia, Is about 53 years
of age. He was a member ol the common
council ol Louisville, and was twite elected
mayor of tbat city. He was a prominent
randilate tor the gubernatorial nomination in
lrjftl, and reteived a respectable Tote in the
democratic convention. He Is a lawyer of
ability and blgb standing.
AFFAIRS AT ST. LOUIS.
THK HTHKKT HA ll.ltO All HTHIKHtH
HTIt.l, ON THK HAHIATU.
A I'olleeinaii Kliooia nml Kills n Driver
Who Attempts In Obstruct u Car Whole
aale Arreats llytlie I'ollre An InirfTerj
alve raesensrer Hurt.
from .Morning 1 dltlon
St I.iiiiisj, Oct. 'J -Ilia lira! really serious
event and one Involving tbe loss of life oc
curred about three o'clock this alternoon on
Stoddard avenue. One of Ihe cars of the
Union depot line was coming up the avenue
In charge ol policemen Orltliths and Hannon.
When near Hickory street It was surrounded
by some filty men, who liegan to cut the
harness and make other demonstrations. The
officers twice ordered the men to desist, but
they paid no attention to tbe command, and
assaulted the officers with sticks and rocks.
Hannon was struck with a rock and Griffith
was knocked down by a man named John
llovey. While the latter was beating Griffith
Hannon drew his pistol ah 1 shot llovey In
tbe head, killing him Tbe body ot llovey was
taken to the morgue an 1 Harmon went to
headquarters an 1 reported the affair. He was
placed under arrest. Harvey was a brick,
later, but has been driving a car on the Lin
dell road of late. Four ot the rioters In the
1 welltb street affair, four of the Cheteau ave
nue gang, five of those who upset
cars on Washington avenue, and six
of thme who stopped cars on
O' Fallon s'reet were arrested this alternoon
and locked up. The prisoners were quite de
fiant, but when they found that they would
lie confined in ' HoMour"iind uot released on
trail they cojled down and were more docile.
Wm. Jackson, chief clerk of the Arlington
Hotel at Hot Springs, while going to
the fair grounds in a Cass avenue car, was
sttuck by a rock during the not and bad his
Jaw badly fractured Henry 0. Yaeger, a
prominent citizen, was also struck in the face
with a rook and received a severe wound.
None of the roads involved In the strike
are running cars tonight, having suspended
operations as a precautionary measure. They
will resume lonorrjw. No demonstration
was made by the strikers tonight. The exec
utive committee of Ihe Knights of Labor sent
a committee of fix men to the presidents ol
the railroads today, but they will not reveal
the result. The police board at an executive
tneetlrg this afternoon ordered 500 special
policeman put on duty to norrow. At a
meetlog of leading business men this after
noon to consider tbesiiuatlon, a committee of
five prominent mercban's was called to sit at
three separate hours tomorrow to hear sta'e
ments from the railroad officials, the strikers
or men employed on the railroad, and repre
sentatives of tbe Knights of Labor. When
these statements are made, the committeo
will report lo Ihe general citizens' eommittee
for final action.
.Oltril l-UI.AK Itlt.lEAHCHES
Discus. ton or the ,1uli J ere by the t'ulted
stHtea Natxl Institute.
(From Morning hditlon
Anvaholu, Md , Oct. U The Luited States
Naval iustitute, composed of officers of the
navy, discussed at lb- Naval Bcademy tonight
Lieut. Dancnbower's papr on "Vorth Polar
Researches,' in which he takes tbe ground
that there is no continent yet undiscovered in
the north polar beam, and the only lands yet
unknown are some small islands and
groups ol Islands, and the scientific knowledge
yet to be ascertained is not worth the loss of
lite and treasure that will be required for fu
ture expeditions. Capt. Narres, in his criti
cism, considered Danenbower's paper an able
and trustworthy one, but did not want the
reader to be decelsej by the term "open
water" as oavigible water. He was certain
that no vessel will be able to navigate
successfully in the Arctic ocean north of
Smith's sound Chief Engiueer Geo W.
Melville, U. S N , writes that he agrees tbat
tbe work ot tbe eiplorers of the past has
been well done, but he does not concur with
Lieut. Danenbower either In his selection ct
riute to the pole or his statement that, be
cause of the hardship endured, the loss of
Hie and treasure, the research should be
abandoned. He disicrres with Lieut.
Danenhooer in his selection ot the Smith !
Q-lmfl nulla anil a-.n-a- . I -....1. ...... .. !
wilt.-, lu.ti, mil a,gut;3 ni ICUKIU nniUSl 11,
and urges that Frez Jo'elland has two essen
tial features recommending it as a bare for an
advance toward the pole; first, perfect safety
of apprcach and retreat; and second, its high
latitude. Lieutenant A. W. Greely writes
that be has nothing to say to diny tbe merits
ottheessat.btitits tendencies seem particularly
unfortur-ate and he regrets that It emanates
Irom an officer of the service. He consents to
the general proro ilion but Irom a strictly
utilitarian standpoint polar expeditions do
not pi) unless tue scientific results are com
mensurate with the cost. The second point
thai the voyage of tbe Alliance was the mest
hazsrdous aeries of expeditions since
Kane's he approached with deliiacys
and Commarder Wadleigh was
as great as Capt. Schley, and be thinks Com
mander Greely must consider Lieut. Dauen
bower's doubiful cunipllment lhat he should,
through falling to coulorrn to his instructions
by unskilful navigation, put an unproe'ted
and uasate vessel into an arctic pack.
All honor to Commander Wadleigh, who
willingly ventured on such a vessel
and into such a latitude tor bumanilj's
sake, leaving the main qio'iuns on moral
grounds, Ihe highest standpoint he believed
to the navy, such explorations being results
commensurate with their cost. In ti ne ot
war the duty ol the navy Is clear. In time
of peace Its duty is to prepare for war by
cultivating those q lalities ol danger, seaman,
ship, Indominatable energy and prudent daring
which result from varied ami dangerous ser
vice. Prof II. Rink, ol Norway, supports
Lieut. Danenhonever in his theory ot islands
and groups of Islands in tbe polar baiin, aud
believes tbat further Arctic research is not
worth its cost.
llnw Catholic n tlilglit tu ute.
Dim.i, Oct. U.Cardmal Manning's article
on "How Catholics Ought to Vote In the
Coming Kleciiou" has appeared in the Dub
lin Review. The cardinal d lends par
liament and the constitution, even
though oppressing Catholicism. He
prajs lor liberalism which is devoted to tbe
care ol tbe poor, chauge cf the land laws, aud
enforcement ot local option. He strongly de
nounces secular education and urges Cath
olics to plsce the religious question foremost
and lo su port onlv those candidates
who are In favor of placing voluntary
schools, a vital question in Christian educa
tion, and of Ihe appointment ol n royal com
mission to examine into the great question.
Anything lu Avoid War.
Lonpon, Oct 9 A Servian writer to the
Daily Telegraph says that Servla desires Ihe
whole or a portion ol Old Servla, but to
avoid war she would content her.
sell with the corner of Bulgaria
abutting on Sofia Unless the
powers, he says, grant at least the latter com
pensation for Ihe union of Bulgaria aud tits'.
ern lluumelia, Servla will light for Iit
rights, and Servia will la- conciliated ouh
II the status quo is restortd
It la Tu He Hoped Mil.
Maduiii OlI. 9. At a meeting of Ihe
cabinet to-day Premier Cauovar De L. Cas
tillo expressed tbe opinion that he would
loon be able to announce Ihe settlement of
the Carolines dispute by mutual concessions.
MURPHY & ORO.
48 & 50 Limestone.
3 4 Twill Scarlet Flannels 20c
up. 7 8 and 3-4 Plain Flan
nels in ail grades.
THE AM AN A
InSciilef, Xhtj nml White, tho lipst
Biirinol furiiiiilcrrreir, narrautod tturo
( otlilnral )yc.
Stripe Jersey Flannel,
Stripe and Plaid French Flan
nel, Eider Down Cloaking.
Thwn are TCy 1pnlrable for cliilelronN
wraps, ladles.' bloiiae jacket, etc.
All Wool Blankets in White, Red.
Rose, Light Blue, Gray, etc.. $4
THE AM ANA
Splendid Value and Low Prices.
In Silk and Wool Embroidery.
Torthe Implement of Hldewalk, ('urbarul
ltKHoiAFD, That It la hereby declared bv llio
ty Council of tlie Cllyuf S.rlOKfleil Ohio,
at It Is ecccs arj.nnct that ft Intends to ni-
proc Pern e llrr avenue from she fnir.. ..car.
sou h tn the i tills by curbln and guttering
the same on Ihe weal aide and Kradiii-T
and k'raelhu sldcualka, alio the Meat
aide of r-pilnc street from North a'reet
to Burt (reek by ciirlilnir and utitterlnx
and KradlriK and graveling aldeMa L, Him tn
Improve! clumbU street from 1 huestone street
lonprlnu urcit r pnvlru; the sidewalks on
buth hides o the name with lirlekwhere the
airie has i ot been alieadi done also to Im
prove the north -side of Clark street from Me
chanlo street tn the Little Mlnrnl hnilrond
and both sldea of Kirn street from 1 1 e-tmit
avenue lo eheruinn Avenue, ! mrulng and
(tuttcrlr k and KraauiK and Kravellns: the de
walks ine west ddo of Knee street letvieeu
r CO A I It It Kiul Muloerry atreet to tie
(traded and jave t h ltli br ck also to Improve
Water stnet from Norths reel to llutk Creek
by grading and cravelli g the sidewalka on
both aides bild Improvements shall be cut
struclel aeconlliiK lo the (Jrdliianca of this
city riKUiatlmrHiich ltnpcow minis ami to the
acceptance of the city Kn. lueer and the
nicrof the prop rtj, tioundliii! anil abut
tltlij upon portion- of said Mitels ntnl aieniica
so ordered tn lie linpriiv.il, arrhere'jj irelercn
to so construct salu Improvements within no
rtajs from leal service ei in hem of the no
tice of the pas age of this resolution
Th it a d propel j owneisar hercbj further
not fled tlixt at tne cxplretion of ssld period
f is) ila a aid ouncll W I 1 cauc tuld tir prove
meiius to be made, or so much there f aa ahall
uot have tn-en alrendy dune bj the rroiierty
owners, and wlllb) Ordlnanceorderthcas e-s
mentof theexteu.es thereof upon the prop
e rtv hounding and abutting upon sail streets
and avenues to be lmpioved. In proportion to
the r. ectlve ftet front, of sAid properties
nnri that said Coui ell will b) said O dloancu
further provide for certifying said asses incuts
to the contractor, doing thu same for said cit
In I tt in ni therefor according to the Law a
and u dlnumes of this citi and that
trie ( ity Unclneer la beieh directed
upon the completion of the work to
forthwith ptepaie aud report to Council a
natement of Ihe cost of said Improvement,
and that the Cit Clerk la herenv .lire iwi to
certif) to the Major a co j hereof and also
cause leaal publication to I, made of Hie pass
age ot Ihls resolution;
l'au-d bj Council, October (1 1W
I'.r Mast, President of tltv Council.
Attest' J S. hiigtt ACTKK.Cit) Clerk
SAI.K (r IIONOi.
TOritE is hereby given that ihe city ol
1 Siu;fli,i Dhlo, will otter for salo to the
highest and liesl bidder at the council cham
ber lu said c!tv,oii luesilaj, the JUth day of
October, A I) InVi, at 7 30evcloeic i m , the
bonds of said clt) to the an mint of thirty
thousand i.JIO,iuo) dollars, of the denomination
of ouo thousand (Jl.lxOl Dollars, each to bear
G per ii it. jer annum Interest, jav able semi
aiiuuaiiy, av me ouh e or eue city ireasurtrin
thlseltv, or attlie luiporteis'andlradcr' Na
lloual flank In Sew ork city at the option o
the holder thereof, on the first dav of Mutch
ami September In each ear until tho pajment
of the principal thereof. Maid bonds to ho
coupon bonds said bonds to be Issued for thu
purpose oiotituiiiiiig means tor tne pavraeiit
uf the cost of the main scer on Center street,
In t enter street sewer dlstrh t, or sewer district
No i Sard iHinds lei bo due and pa able aa
follows, Mve thousand (S-i.l'O) dollars bep
teniber 1st, 1S.S) and rlvo thousand (9.i,oii) c ol
lars on the first day of September each vcar
thereafter until the vvholo amount Is paid,
and when sold are to be taken and paid for by
the purchaser lliereor, at the oftleeof the city
treasurer in this clt within fifteen (16) daja
Irom IheUa) of sale
lllds lor the purchase of said bonds maybe
flied In writing with the clt) clerk let any
time prior to the lime above named for the
sale of salt tsuids, and hits uittier erhalor
in writing, will be received bv said council on
said Jtlli dav of October at 7 3o o clock p. in ,
when all bids will Is? conslderod by the city
council and said bonds will las sold at not leaa
than ar value and accrued Interest, subject to
the conditions hereinbefore set forth, ui the)
highest anil best bidder.
liv order of council
JlWlH J H SHKWAI.TK.lt ntvl'l 'V
ltlt.NT IlllMls roil HLK.
TllEcounrilsslonerpof tlark i utility, Ohio, will
sell to the lilnlis.t bUder,on Mori lay Ottuber
Si.lNst.at II no ixk a ui , at th.lr oifue in the
City of 8irln,ttlelil, the folluwliu county hunts
bearing date llctoler J, IssJ, aud filling dueOo
totier Hi, Is ' Interest iiereeat per annum taya
tile, semi annually rwotsinits f I icsto escn atid
ruie tiuoil of SVhi issued fo the pursjre ol refund
lng sssessiatnts fur the ruuslriictlou ol free turn
ilka roals, uii.t. authority ot flection S.SJ1 a,
lterl. dritatutrtnf Mlihi(t) I, 7a v lIJi
due bond I Hunt) aud one Isiad rf SJno. Issued
for Ibe nurprse ot huliJIug a laundry at the Cull
drtu'sllu . under authority ol Section 71, He
vised etitutesol Onto
Tu right Is reasrved to reject auy and all bids.
Hy ordor of tha Commissioners,
O V. fssviM,
lir Auditor of Clark. Ck , 0,
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5. TBHJ"aesi' . . .