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JOHN W POTTER.
Won DAT, NOV KM 11 KH 11.
Tn Dubuque 7V"" "" conii.let
Itself over the fa'e of frpub'lcDlm In
Iowa thla fall:
Crn.l B.,lf. Iisrr k'lM nnr rnntr,
Klllrd htmVr h-ft in fn.ni.
Still Ihrn- s thin nnirb "
H i hsr. w rhlt k.-n soap,
The StTTnul 7V.W Irr has just
rommt'Dced tlie orcupi7 of one of the
tnoat m(?oiftf nt buildings I" that city,
and probably Hie flm-st newspaper office
la the United Slates. Ad inform! re-,
ceptlon was held in Hie nt'W building on
8atunlay. Tho l'ixmtr Vrt la one of
the ablest and nnt progressive journals
In the went, ami in pli' q'lartere will
ataod aa a monumi nt t" H plurk anil n
Tint Ohio n pulillr itiit have recorded
themselves stfainst third Irrmism, wLlch
I a hopeful inn. This waa Foraker'a
fourth run for KnviTniT, but hi, desire
for office was not appeased. Ho is one
of ibe kind of patriots who coi.ld bold
office from youth to old aire without pro
toting. The people of Ohio evidently
(jot very weary f him and !hia ia lo the
credi! of (he voters of the state. Fore
ker is Die sort of man who in time be
conies exceedinglT tiresome. He ia con
alantly in a state of hysterics. Accord
log to Foriiker every republican Is a saint
and every democrat a traitor. He is con-
tiuually discovering plots on the pari of
the wicked (lemocrtn lo subvert our In
alltulinns, and these discoveries be makes
public wilh rx.'cedini; noise and vocal
fireworks. He is a professional patriot
Who loves his country dearly, which Is
not surprising conitdcring that his love of
country has earned In m a comfortable
living for many years, together with a
high official position and a great deal of
notoriety, wliuh last consideration Is all
powerful with such minds as Foraker'a.
Had auaah at It.
The vnicrs of low hsve arrived at the
conclusion that prohibition doesn't pro
hibit. For awhile they thought It did.
but now tliey are completely dispelled of
that delusion. For the first time In thir
ty-five years Iowa has gone democratic
So short a time as nine years ago the state
cast eighty thousi,d republican majority
What has caused this tremendous revolii'
tioo? The ifrneral tendency towards the
democracy Is one reason, but unquestion
abiy the principal cause was the attempt
to enforce prohibition, with which policy
the republican party of Iowa has become
ideiititled. In the river counties espec
lallj 1ms prohibition proven disastrous to
-Rt-HjIniK :.irty. In all the large cities
alon; the Mississippi and Missouri rivers
saloons are more numerous ttmn on the
other shore iii Illinois and Nebraska, while
no revenue whatever is derived from
them, neither are they restricted in any
way, keeping open on Sunday as well as
week days Sofr as those cities thvrrfnre
ais concerned, there can be no question
that prohibition has been productive of
drunkenness rather limn temperance
No wonder, then, that tho democratic
policy of a minimum license fee of "ilO.
local option and strict control of tho
liquor tralllc should prve attractive to
liberaKtnindcd republicans and that they
votr.i ti,e democratic ticket by the thona
and. If the provisions of the democratic
plaTorm are curried out there will still be
prohibition in districts where it can be ens
forced, vi . in counties where public sen
timent favors it. lint In localities where
years of eipericncr show that it cannot
be enforced, there the city will derive a
revenue id at least fVsi from each sitloon,
and wise regulation will he adopted to
the end thai the evil of unrestricted tip
pling may be abated.
The election in lc-r.rtliT so soon
"'"L-vomlar results in fYim.) Ivania,
"Massachusetts. Illio.le Hand. Texas.
Michigan and other stntM, sei-ms an al
most Irretrievable defeat for those who
would regulate a man's sirictly personal
balms by act of the leglshttcre.
l"sh of Opinion
According to the usually well ii, formed
Washington correspondent of the St.
Louis .V.u,i.-. there is a sharp diviaiuo
in the cabinet tombing the proposed
federal election law. -Secretary I'.laine is
said to be dead ay hi list it. and Secretary
Tracy is reported to antra villi him.
Wanamaker, Windom, Husk anil I'nx toi
are tepreaented in favor of such a mear
ire, wuh Partner Miller uncommitted
Hlaine wants r- unrest lo devote Itself
the coming s-ssion to 'Ihuhi.s one
In. us " He wsnts It to repeal the inte
nal tax on tobacco, revise the tariff
the Interest of Monopoly, and vote f Ui
(HSIIhhi m steiimsiiip siib.Mif,
knows that the.e thinifs cannot be a
couiplished if an attempt is made to pass
a feilrrul election law. and that the dem
ncrats will be able to urevent the n
ment of sin I. a measure anywow. The
"''"J correspondent says
manic poHiiion is very unpleasa
any way. lie cannot control bis own d
partnient. lie cannot appoint his frien
n'n.inaies ami diplomatic mission
....rn.on irests mm as a kind of a he
. . " ' ea ucrtij
iTk, nn.l prt4 murf Rtti'tition to tb-
fill H"M tv
. - a set iiivji ivtlllTjf
than to the secretarv of the Male. Hlaine
also believe, ,D,t ,IM jH , , rt,rljn .
tent, rehabilitated to the rontl.lne f n..
rr -a ,,f.f Kf.f ...(.. sT;ll.,
umr7 j,e tlllI)k, (,t ,)(( coi)(J
elected president of the United Mtat
now, ami that In J sic the conditions
be more favorable to l.im r.i...
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iii who en iovs hi rotin,i... .,u.
this evening that Hu, declined the
nomination laU year l.ecau
h- was afraid that (U coll, 0()l
anu he .),,; unt (lire tu fu
. i", '1"" i",tn tM entrance in
public life. however l. ...- .1
I SIVT lit?
come con vinced that he , oi.ld be elected
oi pence bo would n
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. I Lirea ueDliai Dnm-
.1 1 " w candidate for
fleld. hat Ihere will , s nuinb.r
-' a on,, and that he. the one
national inun. e,,i,i ., ........
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nominal on. Ilei,, ....... '. ...
if i.i. K ir.wu 01 iiiir ne
-mi me presidential b. uii verv
busy in his bonnet. Mr. lll.ine i verv
"inch indued ,0 have hi, Tn T
he admm.stratlon. or retire. It , with
pold ;:Se"r J'T '.''"""T " the Pr.
W l,. ertLClTt'',n 'nW mT t-Ventually
Slmnlv D . . .
The i nlon Pacific railway. "Tli
and after August lmh the patro
itrons of its
. trains iwtween Council IJIu
iff a and
'""' between Council
unianu, vre., win be proT
delicious muli 11.0 1.. .. .
. - .uv uc. .ue ma
fords, perfectly served, at 75 cen
Pullman' t'.l r v- .
I have 1
ui lue service on these cars.
s Cohdota. Nov. 0.
l-armera are gettin nearlv through
Mine Anna Tew la lo Hampton visiting
Capt. J. Hugunln'a boat being Kid up,
be la home for the winter. -
Some of the railroad boya went to
work at Durant, Iowa. "Wednesday.
There will be a public dance at Mar
shell 'a ball on Friday night. All are in
The grain shippers are Boiling a great
deal of fault because they can get no cara
to ship their grain.
Roy Renway, who baa been working
on the river this summer, tame borne
Tuesday and will stay bere this winter.
On Wednesday night (he "Va" gave a
pleasant parly at the Temperance ball.
Soap-bubblea and refreshments consti
tuted the order of the evening. The
young ladiea of the society worked bard
to have thla a success, and they were
Two surveyors have been here for the
past week surveying for the new awlub
that ia soon to be laid from the depot to
Johnson A Webster's kilns. These men
have always bad to haul their limn a
good waya to ship it and this will Oil a
much needed want. V ho knows what
may come to Cordova yei?
Mr. fable la aa-'enall(al.
President R. R Cablo, of the Rock 1st
and. returned from the east yesterday.
No amount of coaxing could induce him
to commit himself regarding the alleged
arrangementa made by blm while in the
east. "Nothing whatever ba been done,"
be aaid, "but there is no telling what the
future may bring forth." The Interest a
of the Rock Island, he said, would be
fully protected, and it would not get "left
In the shuffle" now going on between the
various railroad interests. It waa evi
dent that Mr. Cable did not care to let the
public know at this time the result of bis
negotiations with the eastern magnates.
As regards the position of the Rock Isl
and towarda the ' Gentlemen's associa
tion." President Cable said he did not In
tend to formally withdraw from the asso
elation, but proposed totaketh position
that the action of the Union Pacific and
Chicago fc Northwestern was in direct
violation of the agreement and that those
roada had ceased lo be members. It was
probable, be said, that the Milwaukee &
Si. Paul and Rurlington would join the
Rock Island . J notice to Chairman
Walker that tbey would no longer lecog
nie the Union Pacific and Chicago it
Northwestern a members of the associa
tion. Mr. Cable was not pieparrd to
answer the question whether the associa
tion could be continued without the
Union Pacific and Northwestern Chi
8 Reynolda cemetery to M Schoon
maker. lot 2, block 34, Reynolds cemete
W D Crabs to F.lir.a J Drnman. e2. sw4.
and txi, w3, sw4. 35, 10, 3w. fG.lKH).
Laura J Conway to Charles A Sangren,
sub lot 5, block 14. Chicago ad. R I.
9 Guardianship of the minor heir of
Cyrus Churchill. UuardiaL's report tiled
and approved .
Guardianship of the minor heirs of
Peter Almquist. Letter of cuardianship
Issued to Andrew FriberL' Hood tiled
It is iindeiiiublu thnt the l.l-iii,- bnilsra of
the city of New York have a powerful ten
dency to produce, foster and increase crime.
Iusteadof belnn places where respectable peo
ple, reduced lu cirruin-ttioi.'i- or temporarily
short of luuney, can e"ur? a cle.an ln for a
suutll amount of money, they have come to
La very largely frequented by thieve and
other criminals of the lowest eia-s, a ho kV
lu thew resorts regularly and here contort
totretber and lay their pluns for crime of out
sort or another. Hut tliis i- not the worst
feature of the matter. Take tlieca-e of a
you on man who runs away from hi limn in
the country, or for any rumi linds himself
strsudej iu the great city. In wan-lung for
a cheap plana to lodge lu he nuturolly drifu
into una of thenu lo-lgin lintwn, and it is
almost Inevitable that asws-iation w ith the
people who make those plai-es then hailiiiiu--tera
will corrupt him. In nine case out of
ten I am quite confident that this propor
tion is not too large he turns out a thief or
a hur-lur, if, Indeed, he d-s not sooner or
later lieoouio a murderer. Hundred of in-suins-s
of thin kind tw-eiir everv year. In-spe.-t.ir
llvrtim In Sur'h American lteview.
Th MmiimI Alan la Maine.
A niuu who owns us over tw.. years' sub
scription put hlpHr Iwick iu tlio pontoBirw
lost w.s.k, marked "ib-fujed." U hav
heard of many uieun meiL There U a man
who used the wort on hu neck for a cullar
buttjn, the one who pastured a gout ou his
irraiidiiiotlier's grave, the one who stole
eopra from a dead man's eyes, the-one ho
got ric-U l.y giving his tire childrn a nickel
each to go to tied without supper and then
stealing the nickel after the childieu were
aslrep; but for downright iihsuiiikk the man
who will tnke a paper for year, never y
anything for it, murk it 'itelusnl." ami tuen
stu-k It back int.) the l.'sitodlre 1 eutltied tu
tha first premium. Now, if this man dont
wttla bin account with this otli.-e limide of
three wevkn we uliall tell w ho he i and where
be live, ami Invito him togoibmn theraud
ein-lllt of entll fair lo be ri till 'IU-.I a the
ItiaaiM-rt. Itw.it uu wrta. Norway I Me , A.l-
lit l.lrl anil Her (rniirr..
An iiinehloo girl ha hit on an ing.;i.iou
means of . If stiiirt. Witbu clever little
detective camera the ue to iiiiiuse herwlf
whenever her fancy let! her als.ut the city,
picking up here an old apple woman, there a
fiiKir"! news girl, yonder a croup of Uibie
lumblllig on the (rrosK In the park, and some
where Im an Itulmn woman with a bue.
bundle lsilaiii-el uu her head all full of ar
tistic swibilitie. Thoucb the Rirl could
neither paint nor draw, be knew what would
eompove well. Many of her photogruphs
were really picture, and, Umiik caught m-tautaneoii-ly,
prewrve.! all the -pint, action
aud freiini of life.
An artist friend saw them one diiy. and, to
hr surprte. offered to biiT half a d Ken of
the bent for tucx'-stlou for studio work. The
girl waa In wunt of money and resolved to
turn what had l n plav Into work. Now
he and her camera are out every bright day
from 10 o'clock until and an hour in a
"dnrk mom" of an evening lrm?s out soma
of the characteristic scene of city life trans
ferred to her negative and ready to l trans
formed into cah. lier work is quite the
fashion among the studio, and clever sug
gestion are often taken from it. An atti
tude, a smile, an expression often serve a a
revelation of some queer phae of humanity
and supplies the missing something that
souielsxty wunted to incorporate into pict
ure, sometime an artist gives her a com
mission, limning the ubje-t he Ls at work
upou and akmg her to bring in all the hints
ils)ii it that she can hud. New York Com
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured bv taking Hall's catarrh cure.
F. J. Ciiknkt &, Co., Props.,
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by their
West & Truax, Wholesale druggist,
Wai.dini. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
druggists, Toledo. O.
E. II. Van Hibses, Cashier, Toledo Na
tional bank. Toledo, O.
Hall's catarrh cure ia taken internally.
acting directly upon the blood and mucua
surfaces of the system. Price 73 centa
per bottle. Hold by all druggists.
la essential to good health; but at thla
season It ia often lost, owing to the pov
erty or Impurity of tbe blood, derange
ment of tbe digestive organs, and tbe
weakening effects of tbe chabging sea
son . Hood's Sarssparilla ia a wonderful
medicine for creating an appetite, toning
tbe digestion, and giving strength to tbe
whole system . Now la tbe time to take
It. Be aura to get Hood's Sarssparilla.
DEBIT AND CKED1T.
Looking Backward Over the
SOME WEIGHTY FACTS PRESENTED.
A Wig Ralk of Cold Gone Out at the
Conntry Tha Coaaltloa of tha Cir
culating Medium National Bank With
drawal Tha National Debt and I'ar
caae of Honds Morgaa aa the Ked
Maa I'olat Regarding tha Cansua
Qaneral Capital News.
Wakhinqto. Citt, Nov. 1L Th report
of United States Treasurer Huston was
given to tbe public yesterday. It is for the
fiscal year ended June SO last, and say that
tbe year was remarkable one in tbe his
tory of tb public finances, both the rve
nnai and expenditure having been exceeded
but few lima since the foundation of the
government Revenues amounted to $ 1V7,
aV),0A8. and expenditures to 0.0,288,974, in
clusive of $17,'.".i2,3t'.2 paid in premiums on
bind purcbasetL The surplus revenues
were t7,7l,(rU, a decrease of $.'3,SS0,193,
as compared with tbe year before, counting
premium on bond as an ordinary expendi
ture. The receipts on account of th public
debt amounted to J5,111,: SI, and the ex
penditures to ttfl.314.775. , The gold in tha
treasury in exre of certificate outstand
ing was .!i3,nlO.Si on July I, ISMi, and
!Ni,'i7.4flO, ou July 1, mi. Notwithstand
ing th Ins of gold, both in tha aggregate
a id in the amount not covered by certifi
ficates, amounting to ntarly 4 per cent, th
tMsdtion of the treasury was strengthened to
avjry respect save tb amount of reserves.
T.i total asset, the liabilities, and the re
nrv all fell off 14 per out. At the begin
ning ol tha year tha free gold was H'l.wiO,.
OIK), aud at the cl $V,Osj,iS)i, in exees of
tbe demand liabilitie.
t'lgnra on tha National Hebt.
The aggregate bligations of tha govern
ment at tb clou of tha year, including the
pui lie debt and the natioi.al bank-note re
demption funds and depnit aco.iuiiU, of
which the treasurer has sole charge, were
:,H0,7H,,7. The debt, le rah in the
treasury, was l,aVl.o:; i:t, as against
l,i:M,lIO,87S a year U.ore, The debt
proper, consisting of th interest-bearing
bon.lt, outtanding notes, and m-ttured e
curitie, decreased during tb year from
$i.i:t7.:n;,.74 to 1,200.043,1.10. Th total
application of money to th extinction of
the principal, incla ling premiums, was $i:tS,
5',741, of which sum f I0",(i.":t,44'l was de
rived fnm surplus rvnu and .-i,"si'..ai7
wa taken from cash in th treaxiirv. Tbe
purchase of bonds amounted to J,.V'.s,ii.-iO
4' per cant, and t 1(J, 4 "0 of 4 per cuts.
Th reductitm of tb aunual intares; charge
tTwcted by tb operations of tie. year was
Conditloa of tit Cnrrenc-y.
The changes that took place in the cur
rency during the year were an increase of
about $.'t.issi,nti0 in the tock of ilver, a
contraction of $ II.iiOO.imS) in the national
bank circulation, and a Iocs of i"i,7.'sl,llil0 of
g ild. Of the three, th first two ar not
u .usuni, but tha last la new, each former
yearsiucw tb preparations wars comm-mced
for the resumption of specie payments hav
ing witnessed an increase of gold in tha
country. Tbe amount of tha has l I.k than
4 per cent of the tock of gold, and the fact
ol tbe los i'self is not considered signifl -ant,
iu view of tbe large numissr of Americans
that have viaiied Euroie the tast seasoo,
and the rapid influx of gold during tbe two
years preceding the last The total u-k of
gold, silver, and c.rciibiting note was
$J,On.-,1S4,.'.7l in and f-.',iili,!."l,7lS in
aiisldlng Htatment C.trreel.l.
It would seem from thnn tl.'iires.
Treasurer Huston says, that there bad been
an lu.-rea. of tb circulating medium; but
the certifh-ate of ddpoeit, which are in
cluded, are merely representative of in iuey
in the treasury, and to count tbm with tbe
coin and nob to b cu they give title
would be a duplication. If they bj a( aside
and the actual moneys disposed ac.sirdiug to
ownership, the foregoing ti jure will tej re
duced to Jl,tl;ej,!i4,Wtf for lsfl, and fl.tVW,-o-ij
4.t) (or I-y.i, niakui; aniareut a con
traction of about $ J.kji.iMI m the total
currency of the country.
Mime Further Cxplanatina.
As the bol ling of the treasury le-reati.l
in the interval in the sum of t41.lVJ.iKi the
circulation increased about ti.tno.isui The
public list: tl'Kl,OU! of gold and iii l,l)iJ,isj
of note, and gaiued ("iC.UoO.issi in si.ver. A
comparison of tbe currency in the country at
tbe end uf each of the lat live year shows
that the p-Ti-entag of gold lull off ouly
slightly, while it is still higher thau it Was at
the end of any year prior to !V- The per
centage of gold m he actual circulation has
showu lesa variation. Iu th purest of four
Sfear the public ownership of silver was
nearly double.!, while the volume of notta
Th Circulation of "Dad's" Hollar.
As tbe effort to increase tbe silver circu
lation have proved futile, no extraordinary
inducement hav been bald out to tbe pub
lic to take them, an i it is suggested that it
might be well to top payiug the cost of
transportation from the treasury, not oaly
as a measure of economy, but also as a possi
bl mean of checking the too ready r.iturn
of tha com to th treasury. It is claimed
that iu this way tbe silver dollar would hav
tb advantage of bniug held strictly on a par
with the other curreucy, while the step
would not give tb- publi.- any J ist cue for
Ptatlonal Bank Statistic-.
During tbe year tb uational banks with
draw fntl :mi,WS) of their bond bell by the
treasury as -cunty for circulating notes
or pub ic money. Th deposit aniouutad
to i,-1.7isj. Tuer remained at tbe
elooaof tb year $ 141, W1.4..J belonging to
", bank a aeeurity tor circulation, and
e-'n, t0 aro nkaa curity
for deposit In th last ten yars th num
ber of artiv loinks ha incraad neurly )iO
par cent, wbil tha amount of bond held
to secure their aotee ba dacreoasd in atmut
tbe sama proportion. The minimum limit
of bond for the present capital of tbe banks
w only about HJ.UOU.IM) or isJ,l,UOI be
low tha amount now on daposit Tb amount
of public money held by depository banks
rsn down from I-V1,71U,511 to I47,i".,7l4,
tbe result mainly of th voluntary acts of
tha bank in surrendering the UMisitn and
withdrawing tbier bond.
Iieereased In Their Circulation.
Tli decrease of 4l,0).mi iu the national
bank circulation wa the largest that has
taken piai-a within any out year siulw this
currency was llr-t issn-tt Toe contraction
which Iwgaii in 183 with tbe rad.iuiptioti of
th a sr rent bon is, has amounted to
l,')0,ISSI,l), of which (lOO.UOJ.IIiMI fell to tbe
last three year. Toe outstanding note
amoiiuted to j:i,lss),0o on June :I0, wiib
fTH.OuO.oUO of lawful money on deposit for
further reduction In proportion to the
circulation the redemption were usually
heavy, but there baa town a distinct falling
off since February. An investigation of th
cause which have produced the large accu
mulation of funds In the treasury for tbe
retirement of tliese notes, leads to the con
clusion that unless nnfuvurahie conditions
should eriae, the amount will continue to
run down until it reaches an unimportant
Redeeming Ntolan t'ualgnml Notes.
Th question whether national banks
should ba required to r adeem unsigned note
stolen from thain and put into ,-rirculation
baa been considered, and th treasurer gives
bis views, which are that as the law plainly
require tb banks to provide for the re
demption of all note issued to tbein. wheth
er regularly paid out or not, an innocent
holder Is entitled to the advantage of th
Method of Keeping Accounts.
The treasurer suggest that the present
method of keeping the accounts, by which
he is charged with funds that do not exist,
should be changed so that tbe hooks would
at all time show the true state of tbe treas
ury without real or apparent discrepancies.
THE NATION'S RED WARDS.
Commissioner Morgan Advocates a I'elicy
of Education and C'itiseualilp.
Wahiii.vqtom Citt, Nov. 11. Tb annual
report of Commissioner (4 ludian Affairs
Morgan wa given to th press yesterday,
de says tb Indiana should be absorbed into
mr national life as American citiieus; that
iJie reservation system must go; that Indi
vidualism should as soon as possible take tbe
place of tribal relations, and Indiana con
form to tb whit man's way, "peaceably if
tbey will); forcibly il tbey must" at any
rat thay cannot cap It; that the duty of
tbe government is to prepare tbe Indians for
the new order of things forosd upon them by
the logic of event; and that this must be
done by educating tbe young, attendance at
school being made compulsory; that in car
rying out this plan the qualifications of tho
employed should be honesty end competency,
the matter of politic being entirely ignored.
THE "ROCK ISJjAND
A Hot meat of l,nd.
The com mi anoner considers the allotment
of lands in severalty a moat important
factor in this scheme and disease the beet
manner of sa d allotment, suggesting certain
changes in 'he law so aa to make it more
equitable. 1 b number of Indian pupils at
be 147 Indian schools, ia 6,95o. Tha cost of
maintaining the school during the past
fiscal year eaa t8ti9,073. Mr. Morgan in
brief advocates the entire changing of tbe
habits of to red man from those of the
nomad to I boas of the civilised being.
This, of coon, cannot be done in a moment,
bat be says it should be commenced, and
its purpose thoroughly explained to tha
ludian as wel. as th necessity for it.
Wabhisjotxw Citt, Nov. 11. Robert P.
Porter, auper ntendent of census, reports to
the secretary of tbe interior what has been
accomplished, and recommends either
the publicatioi of the census volumes by
private oontrt.et or by the census offlo itself
as a plan that will both cost leas and insure
prompter pa licatioa than by having the
government printing offtje do the work. He
refers to tbe 1 squeals of labor organisations
that tbe censt s show the percentage of pao
people who ovn their homes and farms, and
cognate matUrs, and says tbe subjects are
important, and should be included in the re
port, but that it requires congressional au
thorisation ar J appropriation to enable it
to be dona.
What' th Matter with Thompson?
IVASHiJioTi'it Citt, Nov. 11. "I have
four on, ss d James O. Thompson, clerk
in tbe postofice department, to a reporter,
"and if one of tbem were to show a disposi
tion to becom an officeholder and go into a
clerkship or ven run for en elective office,
I should feel t tat it would have been better
bail be never been born. I would a great
deal rather art- him digging in tbe street,
laying brick, shoeing horse or doing some
thing useful and that adds to the wealth of
the country ai d himself."
Call on tha Rebellioa Record.
Wasnimotosj Citt, Nov. 11. Surgeon
(Jen. ra! John Moore, of tbe army, ba sub
mitted bis annual report to the secretary of
war. He givss an idea of the immense
amount of res ssrch made in the rebellion
medical recorts in stating that &7.6.S4 calls
were made dui mg the year on the record and
pension divisit n for information as to the
cause of dent 1 of deceased sold iers and for
tbe hospital record of invalid. All of these
ealls were ans vered.
Looking After th ' 'Wild 'Wast" Show.
Warhinoto- Citt, Nov. IL Indian
Commissioner Vorgan ha addressed a cir
cular to all In lian agents asking them to
stat what infl lence tbe so-calUd wild west
bow have up-u th Indians traveling with
ft oles Ks plain th Earthquake.
Watikloo, la., Nov. 11. Uoveruor-Elect
Boies address 1 a big crowd of rej.icing
Democrats her Saturday. Tbe town was
"all tore up" with the jollification. He said
be was electe 1 becuu of tbe protection
Idea of hi col ipetitor, because hi party is
ound on tbe corioration question, but most
of all because Jowa people are tired already
lncrraoir Haugblar t Tfed.
New YoKK, Nov. IL During this week
VYaUton ti. hr wn and Eva Ingersoll, daugh
ter of Col K ib-rt O. Ingersoll, will be mar
ried very quiet y. There is much curiosity
aliout this wed. ung, as it is understood tbat
only a civil cotiiracc will be entered into,
and it is not kn wn where it will take place
at the mayor's oftice oral tXT. lugursoll'
Fifth avenue bouse.
Anotli r lilrik for Macktty.
Evaksvii.i E, Ind., Nov. IL The freight
brakemen and couductor of tbe Peoria, De
catur and Evansville road made a demand
yesterday for ci rtain privileges, and threat
ened to strike if their demand wer not
granted. It is lot known what tury want,
as tbey are gett ng standard wages. A tie
np is iu pros t
Clarkson Visit l'hlladalphla.
I'HIl.ADEl.PllH, Nov. 11. Assistant Post
master tren-iral Clarksou an i Mr. Clarkson
visited Betbsn) Sunday school with Mr.
Wanamaker yisterdny. Mrs. Harrison
fully exacted Co lie with tbem, but faeliug
iudiposd yetteiday morniug,hodetermiued
t rt main mdo r all day.
Tb Southwest 1 All (tight.
i.HH Pa., Not. 11. The schooner South
west, which wa reported lost on Lake Ei ie,
raine in Friday night with her main gatl
topsail instead of ber forrs'. Her boom
were giaie and b ir cabiu tov in.
Death at a Tale fctudant.
New Ha vies. Conn., Nov. 1 1. Frederick
B. Ol s. uf tb 1 ale divinity school, died hut
night at the New Haven hospital of typhoid
lever. His re alive reside at Uovstt,
Th SltwMon.try Aa Not Murdered.
Slr.I.Biil RNK, Sov. II. The report of tb
mur l. r o. M -. bavage, an English mis
tl n irv, I y sav.tge in New Guinea, proves
to Ut 1111.' unl I.
UNDER THE MICROSCOPE.
The 1 1 1. tod In tl a t ronln Trnnk Ileelarod
Mauisn Illood Meeting of Irishman.
Chicaoo, Nov. 11. Tbe testimony in the
Cronin case Hati rday wa not sensational,
the most imports it probably being that of
the expert physicians as to tbe character of
the blood found oa th cottage fljor and in
tbe truuk. A tatspoonful of liquil blood
was found in tie latt-r and Professor
Haines and Dr. V. T. Belfleld, both of tbia
city and both mi n-oacopisu of many yeers
experience, wor tbat it waa humsn blood.
To dufense triad to weakan tbeir evidenoe
by showing tnat h blood of puppies of a
certain age is Identical with that of human
baings, but taken with all tha circutnatancos
un.Ur which tu t loo I wa found tb eff.tr t
r.ct tcs .uch of a auceeet.
Th I toe tor's Hair.
A few buman hairs ware found on a piece
of p in the t ottage and these bad been
also examine!. 1 b doctors both bald to tb
view tbat they war identical with hairs
taken from ( roni i'a bead.
Urbard Wardel aaid be saw two men, on
about 5 feet 11 ii cbe high ani tbe other
about b feet 8 inch g into the Carlson
cottag tb night of the murder about 10 :M.
Another witness pasead tb cottage about
7 a. m. May S and saw drops of blood on tb
sidewalk in froi.t of tb cottag and re
marked at lb time that somabody' noes
bad been bleeding Other witnesses testified
to eeaiug Cough ia and Kuoa together as
though tbey wer frieuda.
Th Mtal Nearly Through.
The pros-cut ion annnuueed Just after ad
journment that all tha state's evidence would
be in probably by Wednesday night
Maetlng o' Cronin' Friaads.
Tb friend 01 Dr. Cronin held a crowded
meeting yesterday afternoon to make fur
ther arrangement) for th Manchester cele
bration at Batt-r r D, Nov. 2a. Tbe princi
pal ap!akar was Di. Pater McCabey, of Phil
adelphia. He made an earnest, ringing
speech, in which b praised tbe loyal Irisb
Amer.cans, wbo war atri ving to aid in tb
prosecution of tbe foul asaaasins of Dr. Cro
nin a tru support rs of tb laws uf their
adopted country, tnd loyal sons of Ireland,
and evoked a bear y cbear when be referred
to tbe friends of tie triangle "a a gang of
Jobn Devoy rsmorksd with bitter emphasis
that the money su leu from tbe Irish move,
mtnt to pay tb lien J s who killed Cronin
waa only blood-money filched from the Irish
"A Bloody Trtitnr to Old Ireland."
Tha Clan-na-Gae enemies of Dr. Cronin
bald a meeting at McCoy's hotel yesterday
afternoon. The a lbscription books which
bad been circulaUd during the week were
turned In, and the mm of (9 IT banded to the
treasurer of tbe defense fund. An exultant
cheer waa given as the sum was announced,
and a Tipperary lr slimau shouted gleefully:
"That'll show W what wa think of th
bloody traitor to ol 1 Ireland I"
AlexaoiUr fctililvan Relaaasd.
Chicago, Nov. 11. Saturday Judge
Baker released Alexander Sullivan from
bail in tbe Cronin case, tbe state's attorney
giving up the fight ou tbe ground tbat be
was satisfied that it was uot law to hold a
man over from one grand Jury to snot bar.
liepletel aa Martyrs.
St. Locis, Mo., Nov. 11 Four hundred
Anarchista held s meeting last night to
glorify the memotyof Bptes, Parsons and
the others. This address ware delivered
in German and one in English. AU were of
the same tenor d spieling tbe death of the
Anarchists as mart) rdora.
French Anaiehista Csslauvat.
Pabis Nov. 1L About SU) Anarchists
attended a meeting In tbe Beileville district
yesterday to commemorate tbe "martyrdom
of tbe Chicago Anarchists. Louise Michel
waa the principal spetksr.
BISHOP AN I) PRIEST.
Great Gathering of the Roman
TO CELIBRaTE THE CENTENNIAL
Of the Establishment of tha tbarch la
America Cardinal, Archbishops mad
Other Prelates In Proe.s.lon at Balti
moreA Splendid Parformane of Ma
Sermon on tha Church and Ita Op
portunity by Archbishops Rjraa and
Baltibtori, Md, Nov. 11. Tb centenary
of the Roman Catholio church in America
was celebrated, yesterday, in this city, in a
manner befitting the occasion. Tb old
cathedral tbat crowns ths Charles street bill
bad within ita wall an assemblsge meet
notable, and around its iron picket fence 00
Charles, Mulberry, Cathedral and Franklin
streets people thronged in thousands, who
watched, some with interest, others with
pride, the procession of priests and bishops,
and lingered long after the chant of the
seminarians announced that the service bad
begun. Admission to tha church could be
gained only by the tender of a card of invi
tation, and thousands were disappointed at
not being able to gain admission.
Orat Gathering of Prolate.
The gathering of prelates embraced two
cardinals, seventeen archbishops, and seven.
ty-tiva bishop. Th pope was represented
iu the person of Archbishop 8 to! II, of Le
panto; Canada, by Cardinal Tascbereau;
Mexico, by Bishops Monies D. Oea and E.
Antequara Oillow; E igland, by Bishop
Jobn Virtu, of Portsmouth, and Mgr. Gad,
of London. All of tne archbishops in the
United State were in attendance, exespt
Kenrick, of St. Liuis, who is too teeble to
travel, and nearly all the bishops.
The Procession of Prlssts.
At 10::) a procession composed of 400
priests and 15d seminarians started from St.
Joseph's academy for tbe cathedral, the pre
late falling in line at the archispiscopal res
idence, tbe whole making a gorgeous pageant,
witb the purple robe of tb prelate and tb
crosses and banners carried in the line. Ar
rived at tha cathedral, tbe route to which
was lined with thousands of people, the pre
lates took places in tb chancel, tb priest in
th aisles. Tb pontifical mass was oalebrated
witb great elaboration and ceremony. Arch
bishop Williams being tbe celebrant. At the
conclusion of tbe mass Archbishop Ryan
preached from Eccleeiastea chap. 50, verse
1. 2, a, 7. 14.
Archbishop Rran's He rm on.
Tbe archbishop reviewed tbe history of
the Roman Catholic church iu this country,
and welcomed tbe visiting clergy, hoping
tbat tbe union would be but the beginning
of a still mors Intimate one. It wa a cele
bration calculated to rejoice end console tbe
heart of the pontiff, and tbat should deeply
interest thinking men of all denominations,
or of no denomination. H believed that
bfor another century thoughtful men will
see that this wonderful catholicity and unity
will prove a most powerful auxiliary for tbe
perpetuation of our political union. He com
pared Bishop Carroll in ths church to
Oeorge Washington in tbe life of the repub
lic. Speakiug of th suppression
of tbe Jesuit, of whoa order Carroll
was one. Archbishop Ryan said tbat Carroll
knew that no society, no individual, was es
sential to tli church' existence; but be
behaved that it predisposed Carroll in favor
of tbat great principle in the American con
stitution which declared that the state should
not interfere witb religion. In reference to
tbe charge tbat tbe cburcb fears science and
is tha enemy of education, he spot at
length. And to disprove it, called attention
to Georgetown college and the new Washing
ton university. Tbe charge that the laity
were priest-ridden, every Catholic knew was
false, and be hoped that in tbe congress this
week tbe laity would speak out learlessly
Banquet at St. Mary's.
Tbe service being over, the clergy marcbad
back to tbe cardinal's reaideuce, where ranks
were broken. In tbe afternoon a banquet
wa given at St, Mary's seminary, at which
the following toast were responded to: "Tb
Roman Pontiff, " Archbishop S.itolli; "Mex
ico," Bishop D'Oca au I U.llow; "Ireland, "
Archbishop Clesrv, Kingston, Cauada;
"America," s.cbbisbnp Ireland. Letters
were lead from Cardinal Manning and
Archbishop Walsh, and a number of illumi
nated addresses were preeeuted, oue of them
accompanying a marble bust of St. Thomas
Aquinas, tbe gift of the English and Irish
Roman Catholics of Rome.
Archbishop Ireland's Add rasa.
In tbe evening another brilliant service
was held at the cathedral, A rcb bishop Helsa,
of Milwaukee, being the celebrant, after
which Arcbbubop Ireland, of St. Paul,
preached a sermon on the future. He said
the great work tha church in the United
States was called to do within tbe coming
century waa to make America Roman
Catholic. Tbe importance of tbe possession
of America to the cause of religion cannot
well be overestimated. America's influence
is wide-apread among nations and tb church
triumphant in America, Catholic truth
would travel 00 tbe wings of American in
fluence and encircl th universe.
America and tha Church.
It can ba shown, be said, to tbe American
people tbat tbey need the church for tbe
preservation aud complete development of
tbeir national character and social order.
Whisper to liberty that religion cherishes it
and guar. Is it alike from anarchy and des
potism. Let labor know that religion will
ward off toe oppression of capital, and teach
capital tbat its rights are dependent upon ita
fulfillment of duties. Ha wanted Roman
Catholics to be aggressive. Toere wa a
woful lack of CalOoiic public apirit. W
have a dread'ul lesson tu learn from certain
European countries, in which, from weight
of tradition, th cburcb oiinga to throne
and claa, and lur ber grasp npon tb
people. Let us not make this mistake.
The Chicago Fat Slock Show.
Cbicauo, Nov. IL Tbe American Fat
Stock show and Live Stock show given
under tbe auspices of the Illinois State
Board of Agriculture will begin its twelfth
annual exhibit at tbe Exposition building,
Nov. i'J, and will doss on Nov. !IL Tbe
boras show closed Saturday night. It has
been a great success.
That F.ntt rprlslng hpacial Heard From.
Atlakta, Oa,, Nov. 11 Barrett, Tb
Constitution reporter who was sent to Ala
bama to interview Rube Burrows, th dee
per lo, and for wbo safety considerable
apprehenaion was fait, baa return! to
Atlanta. Barrett interviewed Burrows near
Gal tin n, Ala.
I emnsey and Mitchell Matched.
Bostosj, Nov. IL A telegram received by
Capt Cook last night say that Jack Dmp
sey and young Mitcbll, of California, hav
been matcoe i to fi;ht in two months at th
California Athletic club room f.w 3,000
and a bet cf t'-'.-VHJ on tbe outatd.
Tried to Wreck a Train.
(Sandwich, Ids, Nov. 11 Large rocks
were piled ou tb track of th "Q" road near
Plauo yexterday afternoon, tha obstruction
Iwmg scattered along fur nearly half a mile.
Tbey wer removed before a train came
she g, but hid evidently been placed there
lo Itrui atiotit a wreck.
Caught lu a Flra Trap.
Loihuon. Nov. II. Three travelers took
refuge in a trn near Dresden Friday night
and in some way set fire to tb building.
Tbey were unable to make their way oat
and were burned to death, their charred
bodies being found near the door.
That supposed "Traitor."
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. IL Thar is no
clue yet to tbe ideutiiy of the man found in
a shallow grave at Lake Johanna, and tbe
theory that it is a medical student J ok is
not accepted, although the top of tbe skull
bad beeu removed and part of t le brain.
F.lflel Tower Stock I Good.
Paris, Nov. 11. The Eiffal Tower com
pany baa made a fiual payment of lot) francs
per share and reimbursed the shareholder.
Henceforth shareholders will take half the
receipt during tb twenty years tbe conces
Twaa au Off Tear at Rome, Too.
Rome, Nov. 11. The municipal elections
bere yesterday uassed off ouietlv nt the
4A,00U citisens entitled to vote only 17,000
avaiieu .uemseivee ot tne privilege. All tbe
clericals abetained from voting.
' 'Will Make aw Assignment.
Philadelphia, Nov. IL Dll and Joseph
C Noblitt, dealers in U( holstery good and
cabinet hardware, suspended payment
Saturday aud will probably make a general
Daly Go Into tho Association.'
New Tore, Nov. IL The Brooklyn club
has signed Thomas P. Daly, catober of tbe
NOVEMBER lie 1889.
A FRIGHTFUL FATE.
Horrible Death of a Heroic
IH THE FRENZY OF HYDROPHOBIA.
Bitten by a Mad Dog While Saving a
Child frerajave Furiosi Brute, She Dlae
la Horrible Convulsion One Weak
Later Locked la Her Room by Terri
fied Attendants, Sha Mutltatae Herself
In Her Dying Agony. .
Malta Beitd, Saline County, Ma, Nov.
Miss Badi Hurt, a young lady, wa bitten
by a road dog Nov. S while trying to aave
child. She died ot hydrophobia yesterday
morning in tbe most borribls manner ever
witnessed in this country. Mies Hurt was
one of tbe most prominent young eociety
ladies in this county and was well known
throughout central Missouri. When it be
came known Saturday that she evinced
symptoms of tbe dread disease ber friends
Docked in from all parte, and tbe best medi
cal aid in the state was brought '
Har Awful Death Struggle.
Saturday night ah became very violent
in ber ravings, and it was found necessary
to bind ber fast to ths bed to prevent ber
from doing herself injury. All night her
struggles end convulsions continued, but
eerly yesterday morning she regained con
(ciousness and seemed to be enjoying per
fect rest. Hbe was released from her straps
and was conversing witb ber friends, wbo
bop sd that she would recover, when sud
denly sbe sprang from the bed in e par
oxysm of madness and attacked hrr attend -ants
in such a ferocious manner that tbey
fled in terror, locking tbe unfortunate young
lady in tbe room alone.
Terribly Mutilated Herself.
She stripped off her clothe, tore them to
llirvds, and then scratched and bit tbe walls,
toors and window casings until she tor off
all her finger nails and broke out her front
teeth. Pnysiciana were hurriedly sum
moned, and on their arrival tbey at once
threw a blanket over her head, aud thus re
strained ber while tbey administered chloro
form. As soon es sbe was lully under tb
influence of the drug sbe died. Her appear
ance was terrible in tbe extreme. Her face
was torn and scratched and covered with
blood, while the bloody froth from her
mouth ao disfigured ber tbat ber nearest
friends could not recognise ber feature.
This is the third fatality from mad dogs in
this county during tbe vst ten days
Many Men Probably Frosen to Death.
Dekvir, Colo., Nov. IL A special to Tb
R-.publican from Trinidad, Colo., says: The
bodies of John Martin end Henry Mdler, two
cowboy wbo were frosen to death neer
Sierra Grande in but week' terrible blis
sard, were brought to Folsorn yesterday for
burial. Four oihar men belonging to th
sam party are missing, and it is believed
that they are dead. It is reported tbat
twenty men are missing from this range, and
it is feared many ot them never will be
Three Men Killed by a Boiler Burst.
tViLKE.BARRE, Pa., Nov. 11. Five boilers
at Pardee & Co.'s coal mine, near Haselton,
exploded yesterday morning, killing John
Burk, Frank Muaek, and Joseph Rand.
Cold water in a hot boiler wax th cause.
Tbe accident will close tbe mine tor several
weeks, throwiug a large number ot people
out ol employment.
1 Iterally Cat to Pieces.
Baltimohe, No. IL Henry Nichols, a
Baltim.ire i.iid Ohio engineer, was killed
while b.rdni4 a Philadelphia, Wilmington
and baliimore engine at Bay View juuetion
Saturday evening. Tbe body was literally
cut to pietsfcc
COL. GOODLOE IS DEAD.
Swop' llullet Foaad a T.tal Spot and
th feud I Settled.
LsXINOT.is, Ky., Nov. 1 L Tb bopes of
CoL V. C. Goodios's fr.ends tbat be would
get over tbe wound inflicted upon him by CoL
Swope Friday were dasbtfd to earth yester
day just before noun Ly CoL Goodlu'
death. Tbe doctors about gave up the case
after an operation whu u was performed
Saturday afternoon about 4 o'clock. Th
abdominal cavity was opened and a search
made for tbe track of tb bullet. It was
soon seen that it had takeu a downward
course. Tb doctors enlarged tbe opening
on the right side of the abdomen and after
push iug aside tin periioueal covering cam
upon the ileocueoal junction and found tbe
ball bad perforated tbe ileua just near ita
juuetion w ith the acndiag colon.
A Critical Operation Performed.
After consultatiou it was decided to par
lor in laparotomy. Ibe surgeon wd up
the injured portion ot tbe aiuad intestine,
carefully brought th sevared ends together.
replaced tb poritourum and closed the gash
ln the abdomen, leaving the patient in a
fairly comfortable condition. lie bore the
operation as well as could be expected, and
b rested comfortably during tbe night. But
there never was mora than ou chance in a
bundred for bis recovery.
Tbe colonel waa conscious about 6 a- m.
yesterday, and askad tb doctors if b would
live. Tbey told him no. He then called a
tew personal friends to bis side and gave
tbem directions about his estate. A few
hours before be died b wa received into tb
BOSTON IS A "SUCKER."
Th Eccentric Gearc Franc la Trala Scc.aTa
at tha "Hub."
Boston, Nov. 1 L George Francis Train
was released from pr.s n Saturday an i cele
brated bi eacaps from jail last night bv an
address before a big eudience in Music
bsll on everything in general and on Boston
in particular. H wore his proudest amile
sod a seersucker suit, spmpus of which to
remarked tbat he was tbe "-err" and Boston
tie "sucker." Train was 111 a critical mood
snd said: "B.stou is a backwoods town,
where a mau can't drink or lie suartd on
Sunday unless be makes a sneak ot himself.
He called forth the pLulits ot bis Yale
auditors by tbe statement tbat Harvard wrs
) ily a primary school for footltsll plsyera
an 1 poor one at tbat
Th Smith-Jackson ftoslng Match.
LnKDoa-, Nov. IL In the boxing ma'ch
at the Pelican club last night betwasn Pe
ter Jai kson, the Australian champion, and
Jem Siuitb. champion of E iglan 1, Jackson
badly worst -d Smith duriug two rounds,
whereupon Smith deliberately croas-bu-locked
hi opponent, A claim of foul was
tt once made and allowed, aud the referee
f ave th fight to th Australian. Tb match,
which was for (5,000, was witnessed by a
large audience, and much excitement was
lis played over tbe result
Art (Hass Works Destroyed.
CLEVELAND, O., Nov. IL A Leader spe
3iai from Fostoria, O.. says tbe Butler art
-!ass works, tbe largest establishment of the
tind in the country, burned to tbe ground but
sight. Tb plant was owned by Pittsburg
and Fostoria capitalists, and was working to
its fullest capacity night and day. Tbe
building and content are a total loss, sti
ll ted at (tto.uoo. Insurance, (30,00X1. Cause
)f fire unknown. The couoern will be re
built at once.
Their Itinerary Completed.
Philadelphia, Nov. II. Th South
Americans arrived ber Saturday from
Pittsburg and were shown around tbe Quaker
;ity yesterday, visiting Girard college and a
few other places with their wive wbo bi d
noma on from Washington City to meet
them. They spent most ot tbe day in rest
Tbir journey ia over and tbey have left
tbeir private train for good, utterly unab'e
to express the delight their trip has g.v. n
Axtel Mo Longer King.
Ban Francisco, Nov. II. Sunol, Sena
tor SanfurV filly, broke th S-year-cd
record ot, tbe Bay Dls'nct track S iturt-la-,
trottiug a mile in 2 il"1;. beating tbe gre. t
Altai's time. Sunol had a ruuuing mats
Tbe X was made in O.K.', the hi in 1:05, th
in 1 :57V. and tbe mile in 2:1U.
A Printing House Uurned.
Kashas Citt, Njv. IL The Peter H.
Tiernen priuling bom end b n lery aud tbe
A. N. Kellogg auxiliary establishment
burned Saturday night. Loss (30,000,
Democratic f oiifiestie.
ClHOiitHATi, O., Nov. 11. The Democrats
f Cincinnati filled tbe Musie bail Saturday
ntThtata jollification over tbeir victory.
Toe Republican aave all the Stat ticket tx
Barnaaa a Gucet of the Lord Mayor.
London, Nov. 11. Mr. P. T. Barnum, the
showman, waa a a-nest at the lord meenr.
banquet Saturday evening and waa loudly
Latest Styles and the most
s iei rrvr m. ag
CUT OS FOCOIMWrRAM.
Wilt Ssssj you Money, Time and Labor.
Eves v llousaasirER S hollo Uavb Oka
any lady con operate them.
For Sale By
TELEPHONE NO. 1063.
THE WOMEN IN COUNCIL.
Little Ureas at I ha W. C T. V. Con
vention at Chicago.
Cbicaoo, Nov. 11. Matters were quite
lively at tbe W. C. T. 17. convention Satur
day. Tb matter of contention wa the mucb-talked-about
license to sell liquor obtained
tt Washington City for the Sborebam, Vice
President Morton's new apartment house.
The truth of thia is that tb leesse, Kernan,
ha obtained a license to sell liqvors to the
jocupanta of tbe house. He does not keep m
ar. In orJer to get his license he bad to
lecure tbe consent of the pmpny owner no
itber side. These are Mr. Morton and John
R. McLan of Tbe Cincinnati Enquirer.
Tbey consented, and ex-Governor St. John
in cloeing the debate Saturday, found fault
with Mr. Morton for consenting.
A Telegram Marl It.
As soon as business was begun in the con
vention a te Ingram from H. B Monitor),
lVahinglonC ty, was rea1, slating tb.-t Ker
aau's license was the only ou yet isud; all
the saloons were running without a license.
Mra Woodbrldge rejoiced sarcastically tbat
the vice president was law abiding. Mra J.
lillen Foster suggested that custom was very
trong. Even tu W. C T. U. had iis head
iiarlrs in this city at this time at a hotel
which kept a bar running because it was a
necessity if a hotel wa to be run. Perhaps
it was tb same way with tbe vice president,
Tbe ladies would not bsve tt, and cried "No,"
'No, but voted unanimously nearly to bav
he resolutions committee report on tbe sub
ect Tha Subject r Aaala.
In th afteruoou oue of the delegates read
the newspaper statement that the Terr
Haut Liquor association bod- made Mr.
Morton an honorary member. Then Mrs.
Foster took tb floor witb a telegram from
lie n. Nettleton at Washington City, saying
tbat the "accusation of Miss Wiliard" re
garding Mr. Morton was unfounded and
false. Mrs. F.srter wsnted this to go on
record, but vigorous objection was mad to
accepting anything tbat impliel that Miss
Wiliard bad made en accusation. Then
there were some sharp thrusts as to wbo
prompted Gen, Nettleton't telegram. Mra.
Foster disclaimed it, and said it was proba
bly prompted by Miss VViilard's address Fri
day. The u-let;ram was laid on tbe table,
much to Mrs. Foster's disgust,
Mr. Goscsr'l Faith and Hope,
Mrs. Ueleu M Uougar made e speecb et
tbe Ada (Street Methodist church yesterday.
In wbit-h she declared: "It will not be long
before there will be a law passed making tbe
manufacture, sale, importation and expor
tation of all intoxicating beverages a crime
auntsbable by severe peual lies wherever the
American flag fl sits Iree." About tbe late
Iowa election aud tb swreping Democratic
victory, Mrs. Uouitar said sh was free to
s imit tbat 0 .vernor Botes is a u-f,-ct gen
tleman, a strict teetotaler, but with wrui.g
spiuions on tbe liquor question." The resu.t
it the laws election bad la-en brought about
ay misusing political feeling for tbe benefit
rf those p-st houses, tbe saloons. Sh was
town on hib license, and sa.d it increased
tbe number of saloons, which sha charged
srere the hotbeds of Anarchism.
Cut Hi ruioti lu Court.
Kra.nklin, Mas-., Nov. IL Elm-r La-
badis, a Freocbniau about 4 year old.
while on trial for rape 01 on of bi daugb.
term, committed suicide Kaiurdiv Ly cutting
hi throat with a pock ?t kui.a. Th testi
mony bad been concluded aud tbe jostle
aid: I bis is a matter beyoud mr Jurisdic
tion." "Mine too" txrlaiiued Laua.be, as ba
draw tne knits from hut poc.et and slashed
his throat. Hi three daughters were
present in court
Mya th Tralnmra Did tha Work.
Br Pail Minn., Nov. IL Tb North
western Railroader at.r.buts tbe D nio-
cratie victory in Iowa to the restrktive rail
way legislation so tuu -n in Vogue in tbat
state, ar. i lusisu tbat it know just what it
ia talking about. It says the work was done
by tbe employ, not by the managars, and
tbat a counterbalauca to the granger vote
baa been I ound
WowMw't Ho Ceswwlel SVItkoal a LyehlnT
x-axiisoTON, Vs., isoe. IL Dr. Walker,
wbo was mortally wounded iu tbe fatal p-r-onal
figbt at lirowuaburg Friday evsninir.
is dead, and Dave Mdler, wbo shut bun, is
expected to die. 1 he Miller boy are in jail
at Browusburg. Reports from Brownsburg
say lyncning is oeing discussed on account of
tbe killing of Mrs, Walker.
A Most Cowardly Murder.
Raleigh, N. C, Nov. IL Friday ninht
unkuowu assasuus wnt to ths house of Mia
Cent. Burns, iu Johnston county, and mur
dered ber aud ber gran.isun, ugttd about 8
yeas aid. Both wer uo', sill their bedi
were found iSaturday lyuiif uu tb floor.
Tb boue bad Inn rol.ba.l. Mrs. Bums was
over VI years ol.L
MOURNING THEIR " MARTYRS. -
Anarchists at Set-oral Cities Remember
the Chisago Executions.
Cbicaoo, Njv. ll. Tb feature of tha
Anarchist demouaU ation yesterday was its
utter lack of tbe enthusiasm which gener
ally cbaracteriz tb. cstberinK of the
AnercbisU Leu than 8,000 peopl ei.ited
Waldbeim onnetery to decorate tb grav
of th executed A-iurehists, and acarcely
half of those listened to the spoeches. Th
epeeobe wer mildner itself compared with
those delivered last year. Th ouly incident
which occurred throughout the day was the
removal by tbe police of a red fl.g dis
played from a window by Mrs. Lucy
Enthusiastic at Kansas City.
Kansas Citt, Nov. 11. Tb AnercbisU
of this city celebrated th anniversary of the
Chicago executions yesterday at Turner
hali Tbe exercise consisted of spchs by
local Anarchist an I a eeriee of tab
leaux npresenting tbe progress and
final triumph of Anarchy. Tbe apeecbse
were bitterly dauuueiatory in tone, and tbe
audience was enthusiastic
Car for Grief.
Not nuvny years ago a gentleman bad taken
affectionate leave of his wife and daughter
for a three month trip abroad. The child, a
lovely tittle girl of Si years, stood by a chair
with her thumb ln ber mouth a favorite
pastime, and to ber a pauacea for all childish
ilia. Sha watched her mother for a few mo
menta, saw tbe tears filling the lovely eyes
and dropping one by oue from her cheeks,
then went to her side, with a comforting tone,
looking pityingly up to ber face, said,
"Mamma, suck 'uo fuml" Gloucester Time.
A Gastrooom loal Criticism.
"Here's pointer for ye. Bill," aaid tramp
to one of his companions. "Dont never go to
that house on the hill yonder. "
" 'Causa whenever they've got pie they
havent any cheese, suid when they've got
chsee tbey havent any pie- I woujdnt eat
atoosncb place as that. "--Merchant Traveler.
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