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A Money at Law.
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Attoraar at Law.
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CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. Offloa In eourt
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Pbyaioiaa and Burgeon.
Phone 4 on 1SW. Office. JM Tin.
I tleth street. Ofllae iiouni: 10 to U a.
I m.; S to 4 and 7 to t) p. m. Buoday, 1 .30
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WOMEN Ifi THE FIGHT,
Elite Gotham Society Dames and
Damsels Hold a Demonstra
tion for Seth Low.
1KB. OBES CABBY THE BANHEB
That Dears the Name of the Leader of the
Citizens' tTnlbn ProgresslTe Democrat
flare Large Ratherlng, with Ana J.
Camming Leading the Exercises-Tracy
and Low Etlnate-Ir. Flynn for Henry
George Campaign In Ohio.
New York, Oct 28. Cooper Union was
never before the scene of such a strange
political meeting as that which lock
place there yesterday afternoon. The
majority of those, at the meeting were
women and women from Murray Hill
and Itlverside drive and 'West End av
enue at that. The women were adher
ents of the Women's Municipal League,
which advocates the election of Seth
Low, and the meeting they got up was
designed to show what they could do In
a political way, even If they did not
have votes. Each woman waa supplied
with a bannerette on which waa the
word "Low," the flags were waved
when the women wished to applaud.
The men who came In for hisses were
principally Croker and Piatt. The
speakers were Colonel Waring. Mayor
Strong, Joseph H. Choate.Seth Low and
Progressive Democrats Meet.
A large mass meeting under the
auspices of the Progressive Democratic
League of the Worklngmen of New
Tuck, represtating the Democratic cam
paign clubs Silver League and Bryan
and SewaU clubs, waa held last night In
Cooper Union. Over the speaker's chair
was hung a large picture of William
Jennings Bryan, above which In large
characters waa the Inscription "Our
Champion. 1900," and underneath It sev
eral lines from the famous "crow'n of
thorns." speech. Amos J. Curamlngs,
the principal speaker, received an ova
tion. He eald In part: "The charge
that I am not a friend of organized la
bor la untrue. I am a true Jttfforsonlan
Tammany Hall Democrat, and did not
hesitate to advocate tHe cause of Will
iam Jennings Bryan. For thirty-eight
years I have been a member of Typo
graphical Union No. 6. Is there a union
printer from hero to California who has
errr seen a union card In the hand of
Henry George? l"No, no."
Claim of the Republicans.
Following a long caucus of Republic
an district leaders yesterday President
Quigg, of the Republican committee,
gave out a statement In part as follow:
"Repeated canvasses show that Trnrv'a
strength Is growing and that Low's sup
port, which has never been large, be
comes smaller evrrv fia-w There are ri
two assembly districts In New York city
in n;n sr. uiw win nave any sub
stantial Republican support. These are
the Twenty-seventh and Twonty-rlnth.
In those districts they being the dis
tricts Ollt Of Which Dm.ctfaa.llv h n
Low vote wTO be drawn the net effect of
Mr. Low candidacy will be to Increase
the majorttyof the Republican party over
Van Wyck. Low's vote will be smaller
than Van Wwk', tn aai ixr
ahall carry New York for Tracy by just
hooui me plurality over Van Wyck
Which was Obtained bv Oovprnne TMilcV
last year over Porter." General Daniel
E. Slckels yesterday announced that he
would vote and work for General Tracy
and the whole Republican ticket.
Here's Another Estimate.
General Anson f3 MnfnnV moAn v
following statement: "Ever since the
great Republican meeting last week at
Carnegie hall the growth of the senti
ment In favor of Mr. Low has been
0teadily lnoreasine. Mv nrfefnnt mti.
mate rnade ten days ago that he would
get at leapt 80 per cent, of the Repub
lican rote of New York county and at
least 60 per cent of the Fame vote of
Kings countv has hen rKaniro riv
Improved conditions. I belteww today that
It Is a raneervatlve estimate fa that
In this county 6S per cent, of the Repub
lican vote win be cart for Mr. Low ar.a
75 per cent, of the Reupblican vote In
the coucty of Kings."
How Here Comes the WheeL
As was to be eXDaeted. tha hltvirrla ho
appeared M a factor In tho ramntim
Theodore B. Willis, at prespnt commis
sioner or works cf the city of Brooklyn,
Is a candidate for the office of registrar
of the borough of Brooklyn. In his in
terest here Is published a statement of
tne street improvements made In the
years of Willis Incumbenrv of b nm.
mlsslonershlp and the amount of money
a very large sum expended therefor.
The statement conetudes with an exhor
tation to bicyclists to vote for one who
has done so much for their convenience
ana pleasure. Rev. Edward McGlynn,
whose advocacy of Henry George'a theo
ries brought him tn conflict with Arch
bishop Corrlg&n tn ISS6, is a frequent
visiter at George headquarters. White
there vrsterdnv T)r TLfoOlvrm aaM ,
there w-as no clash between the Roman
carnoiic church and Henry George's
n ANITA AKD BRTAX IT OHIO.
Both of Them Whooping Up the Campaign
witn ureas energy.
Vanwert, O., Oct 'is. Will) am j.
Bryan came into Ohio yesterday to give
a finishing touch to the campaign tor
the Democratic ticket Ho fs traveling
In a private car and opened at the little
town of Montpelter. He had a good
sited audience and devoted Ms speech
to the ft;ee silver issue and an attack
oa Senator Hanna. From Mor.tpelier
Bryan was rushed to rtpflanc vhm ha
held a meeting In the afternoon. He also
spoke at Paulding and was at Van
wert last evening. Tunc towns wera
Cold Cnre runs colds ta tbe bead, colds eft the
uncm, oia cola, new oiwim oratinatecoMi, and
all forma of grip. Btupa saceaixia;. fiiaehargea front
the now ana era. prevanU catarrh, diphtheria,
PDvuinonU. and ail throat and lung troubles. Tbte
pleasant li:iie pellet are absolutely harmlem, nave
avfa monaanu oi lives ana prevemea mucR Btck
hea. lu. Mutiyoa ltamedr 'r?nr trenmre i
Si'narate cur fur each diaamsa. Ai all druaaiflta
2 rents a viaL If you need medical advice write
ITot Mnnyon. not Arch street, f hlladelpbla. It at
mkokij nee. , . .. - - ,
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recently visited by Senator Hanna. and
Bryan's trip Is Intended to offset the
effect of that trip among the farmers
of northwestern Ohio.
A peculiar feature of Bryan's tour Is
the fact that It has been kept as secret
as possible by the Democratic leaders.
The silver leader will not speak at any
of the larger cities of the state. The
progress of the train from Defiance to
Vanwert was marked by enthusiastic
gatherings along the way.
Bellalre. O.. Oct 28. Senator Hanna
put In a busy day campaigning in the
industrial towns of southeastern Ohio.
He made five separate speeches, coa-
eluding with an address at the Elyslan
theatre here last evening. The first
meeting was at the Laughlln tin plate
mills. Hanna was received at the
works by a salute from all the whistles.
He was greeted with applause by the
workmen, and made a speech In which
he appealed for support for the adminis
tration and urged the necessity of con
troling the general assembly. The sec
ond meeting was at the Aetna Standard
iron and steel works, where 2,000 em
ployes of the mill heard him. In the
afternoon he spoke to an audiencs which
filled the Bridgeport Opera Hous. and
In the evening he addressed another
large meeting at the Martlrl's Ferry
Opera House. At the conclusion of his
Martina Ferry speech he boarded a
train for this place, reaching the Elyaian
theatre at S o'clock.
Mayor Harrison Goes to Kew York.
Chicago, Oct 2S. Supported by nearly
300 broad-shouldered members of the
Cook County Democracy, Mayor Harri
son and his cabinet left home at 1 p. m.
yesteraay xor a three days' stumping
tour of Greater New York. "Hurrah
for Tammany and to blazes with Henry
George!" was the sentiment of the lead
ers of the delegation, and the way the
westerners mean to act in that feeling
will make the tiger fairly purr with Joy.
or tne Chicago men intend not only
to "whoop it up" for Van Wyck. but
they are prepared to "roast Henry
George to the queen's taste." as they
THEY'RE SURE TO "GET THERE."
Thugs Out West Planning to Bob a Bank
Jefferson City, Mo., Oct 23. Two Ter
ritory gangs of outlaws are contem
plating a bank robbery somewhere in
the southwest according to the following
letter from Heck Thomas, of Guthrie, O.
T., received by Governor Stephens yes
terday: "Dynamite Dick's gang and the
Jennings gang of bank and train rob
bers are out on a raid, and they are go
ing to have money at any cost It you
have any friends in the banking bust-
Kess along the borders of Arkansas, Mis
souri and Indian Territory you oar tell
I hem I say to look out"
Thomas Is said to be t reputable clt
sen and to have considerable knowledge
)f the doing9 of the gangs In question.
Plenty of Land in Wisconsin.
Washington, Oct !$. In theonnual
report of the commissioner of the gen
eral land offloe for thp year ended June
so k is 8tacea fnat 13.79 acres were
patented in Wisconsin to the Wisconsin
Central railroad ovecoutrt of Its grant
and 11,668 acres was patotted to. In
dians and for miscellaneous purposes.
The report rhows that tha estimated
area of vacant public land tn the state
comprises 43.172.139 acres of surveyed
land and 7,167,741 acres of unsurveyod
land, a total of 43.J41.E86 acre
Lnetgerta Bacond Trial.
Chicago. Oct 28. State's Attorney
Deneen has arranged to place the sec
ond Luetgert trial on the docket''' for
Monday, Nov. 6, Attorney Phalen
stated that he had learned nothing new
regarding the latest Mrs. Luetgert
story. Phalen intimated, that he had
two detectives working- an the. matter
and would make every effort to get at
the bottom of the story.
Date When Frost I Due. "" "
Washington, Oct 28. Burgeon Gen
eral Wymafk has made inquiry of the
chief of the weather bureau of the dates
At which frost may be erpe&ted at vari
ous places tnfected by yellow fever, and
Is Informed that the average date of the
first appearance of frost at Mobile is
Nov. 22. at Montgomery Nov. 12, and at
Galveston Dec. 18.
Chicago Grata mat Produce.
Ch'r-. rv. 2T.
Following were the c : i f a on tbe
Board jt Tfade today: i..it Octo
ber, opened 944aC closed 86Ac; Decem
ber, opened 95c, closed Mo; May, opened
2e, closed 92Tc. Corn October, opened
ana aosea nominal; uecemocr, openea
26c, closed 26 Vic; May, opened 2c,
closed 20c Oats October, opened and
closed nominal: December, opened 18eC,
closed 1S3p; May. opened 2l4ic. closed
21Vc. Pork October, opened and closed
ncrrrmai; uecemocr, opened ana ciosea
$7.T7Vi; January, opened 8.67Vk, closed
$8.65. Lard October, opened and closed
nominal; December, opened $4.23, closed
roauce: nutter t-xtra creamery,
33c per lb; extra dairy. 19c; fresh
packing stock. 11c. Eggs Fresh
stock, 14Kc per dnzn. Live Poultry
Turkey, 9e per lb; rhlckens hen),
64c: oprlng elm-kens, 7c; ducks. 7Vi
Sc. Potatoes Northwestern, 35Sj43c per
bu. Sweet Potatoes Jersey, I3.00Q3.Z5
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Oct. 27.
Hoars Estimated receipts for the dav.
41.000; sales ranged at S2.CO03.8O for
rigs. t3.wS3.SS for mixed, ar.d 13 J5
$0 for heavy packing and shipping lots.
Cattle Estimated rerpins for the day,
15.000: quotations ? ' at 5J5 50
for choice to extra i'.: :..g steers. $4.70
CM good to choice uu.. S4.4O&4.80 fair
to good. $3.S0'54.30 common to medium
do $3.6034.25 butchers' ste-rs, ' $2.90
3.90 stockers. $3."0$4.50 feeders. $2.00$
4.20 cows. S2.60ti4.60 heifers. $-.254.26
bulla, oxen and stags. $2.60Q3.D0 Texa
steers. $3.20S4.50 western rangers, and
$3.W7.00 veal calves. Sheep and Lambs
Estimated receipts for the day, 17.CO0;
quotations ranged at 3.oo4.:s west
erns. $2.7534.50 natives, and $4.006.10
M'lwaukee. Oct. 27.
Wheat Buoyant; No. 1 northern. 94c;
No. 2 spring. S'Hc: December, nominal.
Corn Firm: No. 2. 254c Oats High
er: No. 2 white. 21e224e. Rye High
er; No. 1, 4Kc
Hay-Timothy. t7.50IS.50; wild, SL508-50.
Siraw taff M SO.
Biuter Fair to ehoica, 17c; tre-h creamery,
Coal Soft. lOe.
Cottle Butch era oar for m fed ate-
4-; cows and heUere, 333e; ealTss, bi
MOTIVE REVENGE, NOT ROBBERY.
If It Is True That Mtarreanta Caused the
Sew Terk Central Horror.
Cold Springs, N. Y, Oct 28. President
Depew's opinion that the disaster of last
Sunday morning on the New York Cen
tral railway waa the result of a dyna
mite explosion planned by enemies of
the corporation finds many upholders
among railway officials and citixens fa
miliar with the conditions. "If the em
bankment of the railroad waa torn up
by dynamite the motive of those who did
it was not robbery but revenge," waa
the statement made by one official of the
road yesterday. "When the party of
twenty-six roadmasters of the New
York Central system arrived at the
scene early Monday morning and com
menced a critical survey of the section
of the embankment which had been
either washed or blown out, one of the
roadmasters, a man who had great ex
perience in the use of dynamite, said
that, the excavation looked to him very
much like the work of dynamite.
"The tendency of dynamite is to blast
downward rather than upward or out
ward, and one of tbe most expert track
builders of the railroad aays that a very
light charge of dynamite would have
collapsed a section of track fully as ex
tensive as the section in question. Tha
locomotive was found In the river at
least thirty feet south of the depression
In the track, which makes it seem rea
sonably certain that the engine leaped
the space before It started In its plunge
into the bottom of the river."
General Manager Toucey said: "I
believe something broke on the engine
and ploughed up the ground and jarred
the road bed so that it loosened and
slid into the river."
TRUE STORY OF THE SHOOTING.
Game Warden Kills Three Indians and Is
St Paul, Oct 28. A special from the
Leech Lake reservation in northern Min
nesota says informantlon by sepclal
messenger has reached the reservation
that a fight occurred between two In
dians and a game warden in which all
three were killed, also an Indian wom
an. A deputy game warden arrived at
an Indian camp on an island between
Bemldjl and the Cass Lake reservation
and seized two guns and a trap outfit
which belonged to Kak Kah Quash and
Mahcheannequah, two Indians on the
Cass Lake reserve.
He also made an attempt to seize soma
furs which they had, but they resisted,
whereupon the warden clubbed the older
Indian with a gun until he became un
conscious and then shot him. He next
shot the other Indian and his wife, mor
tally wounding both. Meantime, the
older Indian, having recovered con
sciousness, hotandkIHedthe warden.
Says Her Husband Waa Murdered.
Chicago, Oct 28. According to Mrs.
Louise Humpel her husband's dead
body, which is amona- the ft
stolen from the county morgue at Dun
ning a few nights ago, was taken to
conceal a crime. She declares it as her
belief that he was mauled to death by
the attendants. She says she saw htm
Saturday afternoon, and he was bruised
and cut An attendant would not let
her see hi9 face. ,
Crushed to Death In a Quarry.
Evansvflle, Wis.. Oct 28. While
working at a stone quarry three miles
south of here the top gave way. crushing
Charles Millbrandt with stone and dirt
George Bidwell, who was with him.
called assistance and the remains were
dug out. It was ascertained that his
neck and spine and both limbs below the
knees were broken. -
The Charges Against Carson,
Springfield, Ills.. Oct 28. A special
meeting of the executive committee of
the Illinois Mine Workers of America
will be held hene tomorrow to inventi.
gate charges of bribery preferred aealnEt
rotate .President Carson of that order.
Witnesses have been summoned.
Wedding at Qnlney, Ilia,
Qulncy, Ills., Oct 28. Lawrence D.
Emmons, Jr., son of Judge Emmons,
married last night Miss Eva Distin. only
daughter of Colonel William la Dlstln,
surveyor general of Alaska.
Robert Knecbs, the horseman, expects
to be cleared of all charges against him
December wheat sold at St. Louis up
to $1.01 yesterday, making the highest
record of the season.
Sprinter Wefer's record, of 0:tl for !2G
yards, made in Canada, will not atand,
as the course was eight feet short
The Army and Navy Union of tha
United States began its eighth annual
meeting in Shrine hall at Kansas City.
Fifty-four persons perished and eighty
others were seriously Injured In a
church fire horror at Khnieleff, Russia.
Another victim of football. A cow at
South Kingston, L. I., has died from eat
ing some club'a pigskin. Including part
of the wind.
Mrs. John MeDonough, of Evanston
(Chicago suburb), was so severely
burned by the explosion of a gasoline
stove that she died.
Matthew Oleson, a Finlander, of Re
public, Mich., was arrested by Game
Warden Gustafson for having venison
in his house. He was fined $68.
A. S. Franklin, who was interpreter
with the Wellman expedition of 1S94, de
clares that Lieutenant Peary's find is
not a meteorite, but a mass of telluric
Mrs. Mary Davis, 32 years old, died at
Chicago from the efflects of poison. Her
husband. James Davis, is held because
he was unable to make a satisfactory
Mrs. W. F. Dale, of Oshkosb, Wis..
is one of the oldest twins in tbe United
States, the other being her sister, Mrs.
S. M. Trautmaa, of Albany, N. Y. They
are 81 years of age and are in excellent
Leading bicycle manufacturers of the
United States have banded together to
make chainless wheels on the same
lines as the new Columbia and will
unitedly fight Colonel Pope should he
eue for Infringement
A man who said he was from Mon
tana was discovered on the railroad
track near Janesville, Wis., and waa
pulled away Just in time to escape being
ran down. He said he was waiting to
be killed by the train.
The Baptist university, at Sioux
Falls. 8. D., from which Institution the
pupils ail walked out a few days ago,
is in a peculiar position. The trustees
refuse to reniove the president ayed thy
students refuse to return until this Is
ATTACK ON CORPORATIONS.
Tlllnoh) Steel Company rteelnred Illegal by
the Jones Island Attorney.
Milwaukee. Oct 28. The validity of
the organization of the Illinois Steel
company was fiercely attacked In the
United States court yesterday. It was
asserted that not only Is the company
not a citizen of the state of Illinois but
that it is tbe illegal outgrowth of two
other corporations, which are also al
leged to have been Illegally Incorporated.
Attorney Rublee A. Cole raised the
question in the trial of the first of the
eviction suits filed by the steel company
against Jones island residents.
The steel company was formed In J RSI
by the consolidation of the North Chi
cago Rolling Mill company and the Un
ion Steel company. It Is contended by
Cole that the organisation of these two
corporations was In violation of the re
vised statutes of Illinois and It was fur
ther asserted that the consolidation of
the two companies was illegal.
Another State-National Claaa,
Des Moinea. Ia.. Oct 28. Judge Spur
rier, of the United States district court,
who had cited the state board of elec
tions to appear and show why they
are not in contempt of his court, was
last night served with a notice of a stay
of proceedings Issued by the state su
preme court pending the determination
of the question Involved by the higher
court. He said he would rormlder tha
matter, but intimated that he may hold
mat tne supreme court cannot super
sede the district court In summary pro
ceedings. Reports orYellow fever Cases.
New Orleans. Oct. 28 The turH f
health yellow fever report for yesterday
Is as follows: New cases, 62; deads, 11;
total cases to date. 1,321; total deaths,
156. At other points there is nothing un
usual or sensational. The epidemic has
its usual list of new cases and deaths,
but not nearly up to epidemic figures.
Methodist Bishops In Council.
Baltimore. Oct 28. The bishops of
the Methodist Episcopal church began
their semi-annual session yesterday at
the Mount Vernon Placa Mnthnriut
church. The sessions are sorrret nnt
even ministers of tho dennminntinn in
the city being admitted.
Another Strike at the Imposition.
Omflhfl flel fi A. rtriba im .n. 1
, - - . w vu .gain
at the exposition grounds. This time It
is the carpenters working for Ooldle A
Sons. Thirty-six of them walked out
yesterday. The trouble Is due to the re
fusal of the contractors to discharge all
fire Destroys a Big Warehouse.
Qulncy, Ills., Oct 28. A large five-story-
brick warehouse of the Bonnet
Nance Stove company burned last night
The foundry and other buildings were
also partially destroyed. Loss. $60,000;
Weaning of an suinola Statesman.
Cleveland. Oct. 28. Hon. Ma. r
Curtis, of Grant Park, Ills., speaker of
the Illinois house of representatives, and
Miss Marv Etha Grim
Park, were married here at 6 o'clock
Tha Jerrican Piano.
Among the musical instruments need
oa the Congo we notice (be long and
short drum. Some drams are used to
beat the time of the dance. Some other
drama are used as telephones for the
transmission of messages to neighbor
ing villages. The stringed instruments
represent the African harp. The ivory
horns are used for the convocation of
popular assemblies. The double bell is
used to call tbe attention of the people
to some proclamation of the chief. Tbe
Africans everywhere are very musical,
but their tnusio does not always suit
The African dance is not always in
dulged in for amusement alone. Danc
ing enters into some of the most solemn
ceremonies, as, for instance, the in
auguration of anew king. Then the
chief elect of tho tribe dances very
gravely before the assembled elder, and
The madimba bad been called the
African plana It is made of calabashes
of graded sixes, which are surmounted
by boards, of graded sices also, all be
ing attached to a ecmicircnlar frama
Each board Rpresents a note or half
tone and emits its appointed sound
when struck by one of the two rubber
balls at the ends of two sticks, which
are cleverly handled by tbe musician.
While almost every native can beat the
drum or play some of the minor musical
instruments, the playiug of the madim
ba is an art which culy a few special
ists learn. They must be paid for play
ing at festivities or ceremonies, and
their art supports tbem, either partly
or entirely. Journal 0f American Polk
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AN OPEN LETTER
WE AXB ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO TUB
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD C ASTORIA." AND
"PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," as ocr trade mark.
I DR. SAMUEL PiTCHEn. of Hyannis, Massachusetts
was the originator of OTCHERS CASTORIA," the same
that has borne and does now on every
bear the facsimile signature of VZytr wrapper.
This is the original PITCHER'S CASTCRIA. which has been
used in the homes of tha Bothers of America for over thirty
years. ' LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the hind you have always bought - on the
and hoi tne signature of C&&$rM&&c wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is
Harch 8, 1897. Q&-jL M.0h.j.
Do Not Bo Deceived
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even be does not know.
"The End You Have Always fought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The End That Never Failed You,
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