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Friday Dkcbmbbh 18 1880.
AIR AS MOTIVE POWER
USE OF THE PNEUMATIC TUBE IN
THE POSTAL SERVICE.
A Proitloa o Iotrodoee n Qnleher
Mnu of Tmneportntloei A Serlona
Otiatncle Is th Cml Waste f Energr
In Tnnira leelon.
A great deal of urmiiw and comment la
tiiklug pluce in engineering circles about
Pttntater Van Cott'a remark that the
only anlutlon of the probkof the rapid
collection and distribution J? malls Ilea in
the adoption of the comptwed air system.
A corret'ioticlent thinks that this system
could also lie adopted with advantage for
the transmission of samples, packages, etc.,
which are frequently subjected to many
delays with the present express facilities.
Some odiciuls aeem to regard such articles
as of little Importance, whereas it is often
of great moment to have samples forward
ed with all possible dispatch.
The possibilities of compressed air are
as yet not fully realized In this country.
The pneumatic tube system of communi
cation la of coarse in use in mauy of the
big down town stores. In newspaper of
fices and to some extent between Western
Union ofUVes; but there exists a Kjt deal
of Ignorance iilxiut the use of colrrfireetied
air, even among engineering expert. Of
course the principle or the system la well
understood, but except for mining opera
tions aud for sendiug articles from one
part of a building to another It Is not in
general commercial use in the United
A leading engineer said to a reporter the
other day: "This compressed air system, of
which there Is so much talk, is financially
well snpported, but It's all humbug." This
expresses the opinion of a great many who
are supposed to lie thoroughly acquainted
with tlie roost recent developments of me
chanical science. Out as mauy whose oc
cupation does not lead them to make strict
Investigation iuto the feasibility of all the
mechanical contrivances that come iuto
public discussion are beginning to think
that the nae of compressed air would solve
many postal difficulties and also mitigate
the smoke nuisance, a brief summary of
the mrormiition on the subject is given
TIIK STSTEM CSED IN PAB18.
It Is generally believed that the system.
now in actual usts in Paris, has solved the
question of the speedy transmission of let-
tura and parcels. But this system was
first adopted for the purpose of regulating
the clocks of the city on the pneumatic
button principle, to obtain a uniformity of
time all over Paris. A large number of
capitalists became interested in thescbeme,
the company extended its operations and
the principal business of the company at
present Is tna supplying or power to manu
factories in different parta of the city.
The power is transmitted from the works,
which are situated Just outside the city
limits, in pipes through the city sewers.
One advantage of this system is that there
Is no escape of steam in the factories where
it Is employed, and It dues not vitiate the
atmosphere in which the workmen attend
so much of their lives. In fact, the escape
oi air into me rooms is tieneUciul, as It
neipe to cool and ventilate tbem.
On the other hand, the fact that np to
the present time It has been found Impos
sible to devise any means which would en
tirely obviate the continual leakage of air
makes the commercial utility of the sys
tem doubtful. It has been found that in
transmitting air for mining purposes 60
per cent, or the power Is lost. Of conme
in transmitting the air to great distances
through the ramifications of a vast city
the loss of power by expansion is vastly
greater. It Is possible that the percentage
of waste allowed by the company in Paris
wouiu inguten American capitalists, and
mahethe adoption of tbe system here com
mercially impracticable. Indeed the sys
tem in Paris, although Indorsed hy gener
ous capital, is still in an experimental
" TRANSMISSION or LETTEBS.
The system has conclusively proved that
me scheme is quite practicable Dhvsicall v
although the inevitable waste of power is
diametrically opposed to the generally
eepted Ideas of mechanical economics.
Such a service Is practicable if the nubile
can afford to pay for it at such a rate as
will Insure a revenue sufficient to cover the
loss of power. But that loss of power
.maxea au uie aiuercnce between profit and
km, and It is entirely possible that In New
York at least compressed air will never be
come a serious rival to electricity.
The pressure kept np throughout tbe
system vanes rrom seventy-live to eighty
pounds, sufficient to tear letters or Dock
ages all to Utters. It is strange that the
transmission or letters should not have at
tracted the attention of tbe comnanv If It
could be done profitably, as for this pur
pose about three pounds or fonr pounds
pressure is amply sufficient. And the fact
that they have not made use of what seems
such an ad rantiigeoua system is an argu
ment In favor nf the statement that the
service the public demands must be so
cheap that this system could not fill the re
quirements without a financial loss.
There are, howevur, other uses to which
sdentiilc ingenuity is beginning to apply
compressed air. It is rumored in Paris
that a company will shortly supply com-
prsssea air at such a low temperature that
it will entirely take the place of ice in ho
tels and households. This is an excellent
idea, and opens a new field for sensational
novelists. By merely opening valve in
what la apparently an innocent heating
apparatus the villain can freeze his victim
to death in his own bed chamber. This
would hsve added another story to Edgar
Allan Poe's tales of mystery were he alive
The authorities of the United States
navy have also been experimenting with
compressed air for the discharge of heavy
artillery, especially in connection with the
new dynamite gun. New York Tribune.
Too Jovial Altogether for England.
A jovial gentleman near Sheffield, Eng
land, was lately fined 100, with costs, as
between solicitor and client, for commit
ting what tbe Justice described as a most
outrageous contempt of court by frighten
ing a solicitor's clerk who was sent to serve
writ upon him. It was alleged that the
gentleman had set his hounds upon the
clerk, but the Judge held that the defend
ant had not Intended any serious mischief
should happen to the clerk, bnt merely to
frighten him. He was therefore fined for
his contempt of court in attempting to
frighten the server of the writ. Chicago
Oldor Brother (to little Paul, Just re
turned from Sunday school) Bay, Paul, do
you believe all they tell yon at Sunday
Little Paul Ye es.
Older Brother Do you believe that the
whale swallowed Jonahf
Little Paul Well, I believe it while I'm
there; but I dun't when I'm home. Puck.
Blie Was Pretty ana. Plucky.
Spriscfield, O., Dec. la. Alone and
single handed Mrs.George Ifcwalt. a pretty
young woman of this city, grabbed C lease
Smothers, a desperate colored burglar,
whom she found ransacking her bouse,and
made him disgorge a watch and other
property be had stoleu. He finally tore
loose trom her, after a dexterous struggle,
and escuued. but was captureu later.
HusIiims Hushing fur liatiullffe. . ,.
SHtllBKDUKE, Que., Dec. li Kadulltfe,
tbe executioner of Birchall, has arrived
here to hung Blanchard, the American
who killed his friend in a drunken quar
rel. Mext Thursday luj goes to Wetland
to hang Day, the Niagara Falls murderer,
and the following morning he is again
due here to execute Kemi Lamontague.
will give their first annual ball at Armor4
o. t . I
uaii uu oamruay evening, uecember IB.
A general public invitation is .cordially
extended. Bleuer's banQ, George Stroehlev
' Those who have tiled it, say, there u
Only one good cough medicine and that
to Dr Bull' Cough Byrup, it la cheap too,
PARNELL AT CORK.
The Irish Caesar Welcomed with
LB ADDRESS FULL OF CONTIDEI.CE.
With the Aid of Cork He Proposes to
Fear Nobody Before leaving Dublin
Be ftecataree That Hew paper The
Irish Envoys Issue a Final Manifesto
to tha People 'on This Bide O'Brien
or Parnell's Claims to United Ireland
Glndatone oat the Stump.
Cork, Dec 13. Paruell left Dublin for
Cork yesterday arriving here in due time.
At the stations ou the route there- were
large crowds, who principally cheered for
the leader, bnt at many there were dole
ful groans In reply to the cheers. Upon
his arrival here, after receiving various
addresses of welcome from committees,
Parnell repaired to the chamber of com
merce, where a great crowd had assem
bled. He was presented with an address
by the National league, to which he re
sponded at some length. In the course of
his remarks he said: "I have come among
you with a proud heart. In the belief that
while Cork and Parnell are united. Ire
land is united. Loud applause. I am
preud of Cork, which has given me the
verdict without even waiting to hear my
tide. With such to support me I need not
fear the loss of Gladstone's trumpery bill,
which would allow the police to baton us
while the landlords desecrated the coun
try." Bo Declare. Hlntaetr Confldeot.
Parnell went on to say that never, even
in Gladstone's palmiest days, had he dis
missed the idea that Ireland and Glad
atone might again be in conflict. , Nothing
could be more absurd than the fable that
home rule was endangered because the
Irish wore true to their leader. He could
not look them in the face if be did not
speak true words. Continuing, he said:
"i am powerful and happy, and my ene
mies are disgraced and confounded. I
have been practically called from sickness
and pain, but Cork has done more than a
physician's medicines. I go forth to bat
tle, confident of gaining a glorious vic
Parnell's audience was fully as demon
strative ax that which he addressed in
Dublin the night before, and the scenes of
wild enthusiasm in the streets and every
where were reieated. The anti-Parae!!-
ites made no noticeable attempt at any
oouuter-demonstratlon. He waa met on
his arrival here by an enormous crowdand
was welcomed with great enthusiasm.
THE QUESTION IN ENGLAND.
Gladstone Hays Bold Fast to Homo Rule
London, Dec. 18. Gladstone left yester
day on his way to bis home at Hawarden.
Gladstone upon arriving at Retford depot.
addressed a meeting of 2,000 persons. He
said that he had anticipated that the
Irish members of -"parliament, by their
spontaneous action, would settle the pres
ent difficulty in tbe Irish question. The
continuance of Mr. Parnell in the leader
ship would be fatal to borne rule in Eng
land, Scotland and Wales.
Irish Homo Rule Comes First.
When Gladstone's train slowly pulled
into the station at Worksop an enormous
throng was found awaiting the arrival of
the great commoner. Gladstone In ad
dressing his hearers earnestly counselled
them not to abandon Ireland in this hour
of her dire need because of anything which
had happened to one individual. With
great brevity he explained to his audience
that the obtaining of necessary and pro
gressive legislation for England was an
impossibility until the home rule question
had been gotten out of the way in a manner
satisfactory to the Irish people.
A Liberal Union Manifesto.
Tbe executive of tbe Liberal-Unionist
association have issued a manifesto de
claring that under Parnell the National
ists were always an untrustworthy body,
upon whose pledges no reliance could be
placed; and no distinction can be made be
tween Parnell's present adherents and the
majority deposing him. The latter for
merly condoned his delinquencies, and now
sacrificed him only as a means of extorting
fresh terms from the Liberal allies. Nei
ther tbe Parnellitea nor any other Irish
party would ever accept home rule with
out a mental, reservation for absolute sep
aration and complete Irish independence.
Parnell's Mu in Kilkenny.
Dublin, Dec. 12. At Parnell's request,
John Kelly, who was to have stood for
parliament in North Kilkenny against
Sir John Pope Hennessy (McCarthy! te) has
retired retired in favor of Vincent Scolly, a
wealthy Tipperary landlord, for years a
member of the National Land It --me, and
who recently promised to give a tenth
part of his income to the league until an
Irish parliament sits in Dublin. Scolly
has Issued an address to the electors, in.
which he says that though he refused to
enter parliament in quieter times, duty
calls him now and he hastens to obey. The
bishop of Ossory, in whose diocese Kil
kenny is situated, has advised voters to
vote their sentiments,
United Ireland Recaptured.
Dublin, Dec. 12. The first news that
reached Parnell yesterday morning was
anything but welcome, but he never
flinched. The fact that the enemy had
made a flank movement, and recaptured
United Ireland, dldnt seem to worry him
much. As soon as he was ready he went
to the office with his friends, broke into
the building, bounced the guard, and took
possession again. Then tbe doors and win
dows were barred, and the sheriff put a
force of deputies inside to see that the
garrison was not driven out. Parnell
grew excited before he was through, and
wielded a crowbar with good effect on the
door of tbe office. -
Want to Think It Over.
DcBLK.Deo. IS At a meeting of the mu
nicipal council of Kilkenny, held yester
day, a resolution was adopted rescinding
the vote of . confidence in Parnell, which
they had passed at a recent meeting. An
amendment was submitted that an ad
journment be taken until next week to al
low of discus! on on a resolution signify
ing their adherence to the McCarthy fac
tion. Hani Doesn't Fool Happy. '
Losdon, Dec. 12. Timothy Healy is
much disgusted by bis reception in Dub
lin, where he narrowly escaped violence at
the hands of the crowd. He has hereto
fore .always met with an enthusiastic
creeling in that city, and was not pre
pared forsucn a complete revolution ot
public sentiment. He is making ready,
-however, to take tbe field against Par
nell's candidate in Kilkenny. The news
trom Kilkenny is favorable to Parnell. -
Received by tho "Residuum."
LoSDOK, Dec 12. Michael Davitt, in an
Interview yesterday, said -that Parnell was
received at Dublin like the pugilist Sul
livan by the residuum. Davitt declares
that Parnell well knew that his case was
a hopeless one.
ONE MORE MANIFESTO.
The Irish Delegates to This Country Ut
ter Final Appeal
New Yobk, Dec 12,-The anti-Paraell
Irish delegates issued another manifesto
yesterday. It is largely devoted to a state
ment of the situation from the standpoint
of the signers when they arrived, and the
prospect ot a victory for the Home Rulers
at a general election in England which
could not then be much longer deferred; the
success of their mission in a financial
sense, and the effect the money raised
would have in tbe elections in England.
Then a comparison is made with the situa
tion now, which they admitt to be very
gloomy, and ask "Why is this" -Discrediting
Tbe manifesto then goes on to discredit
Parnell's sincerity and statements. They
do not believe that Gladstone has been
treacherous, or that the Hawarden inter
view had mnch to do with the trouble.
They admit that hints of treachery of Eng
lish statesmen are powerful appeals to the
Irish people, especially when made by such
powerful man as Parnell, but aay that,
notwithstanding their attachment to their
late leader, personal loyalty to him now
would result In ruin to- the Irish oause.
They Are Not Muttnsors.
They repudiate ParneU'simputatlon that
mmMMl -t Me- Wuubwantn am. ranuU
neers, and state that the real issue is I
whether it is humanly possible to win tbe '
general election under Parnell's leader
ship, and if the loss of the general election
is the certain and Indisputable price of
retaining him. They insist that without
tbe aid of the Liberals the Irish are help
less to obtain borne rule, and also that
Parnell knows it, but continues to insult
those who alone can secure what he pro
fesses to desire. -
Appeal to the Irish People.
In conclusion they appeal to the Irish
people, and say that if they decide in Par
nell's favor they will bow to the sentence
that releases them from political lives of
ceaseless anxiety and toil. It tbe verdict
is the other way, they aay, it will result in '
the triumph ot the Irish cause, will secure
the good will of the English people for Ire
land, ana win stimulate the Irish on thts
aide of the water to renewed vigor in the
cause, and result in tbe subscription ot
such abundant fouds that Tory coercion
will be overthrown at the next general
Tbe Seizure of United Ireland.
In an interview yesterday O'Brien, re
ferring to the report that Parnell holds a
great uiajority-ot the shares in United Ire
land, said it was not true. "The shares
which stand nominally in his name are
less than half the share capital ot tha
company. Mr. Parnell is not and has not
been for nearly five years past a director
ot the company. He ceased to be so at his
own desire about five year ago for the ex
press purjiose of guarding himself from all
pecuniary or criminal responsibility tor
that paper. That responsibility I have
myself borne wholly throughout all these
years. " He added that the seizure had not
a shadow of legal right.
Timothy Harrington, in an interview
yesterday, said that he bad maintained
silence hitherto upon the unfortunate
break in the Irish party because a general
diBcusxion could but lessen the chance ot
reaching a harmonious understanding.
He fails to see the force of the reasoning
oi the opposition to Parnell. Political ex
pediency seemed to be t he only argument
they had for ousting Parnell from the
leadership, and he believes the Irish peo
ple, will flout the idea ot shrowiog over
board their leader for any such cause as
tbe vague ana indefinite promises which
Gladstone has given of home rule. -Postponed
On account of the delay ot tbe sailing of
the steamer La Champagne, O'Brien and
Gill have changed their plans, and will
sail ou the Obdain for Rotterdam ou Sat
urday instead. From Rotterdam they will
proceed to Paris to meet Parnell. Timo
thy Harrington sails for home Saturday
on the tiruria.
BOUND TO HAVE BLOOD. -
The ludtans, BsvIbcNo Soldiers to Kill,
Attack Each Other.
Pine Ridge agexcv, S. D.. Dec. 12.
Tired ot waiting for the soldiers to come
and get killed, the Indians in the Bad
Lands have begun fighting among them
selves.' This news waa brought in
Wednesday night by both government
scouts and friendly Indians and is reliable.
The buttle took place Wednesday in the
amphitheatre ot Grass valley. Two
Strike and his followers circled around
Short Bull and bis followers all the tore
Boon, actively skirmishing, each leader
bound that his supremacy as chief ot the
whole body should be acknowledged.
Twenty to Forty Good Indians.
The killed are reported all the way from
twenty to forty. As the scouts and friend-
lies had to escape during the confusion
the result of the skirmishing Is not known.
Gen. Brooke sent Little Bat and five other
Indians back with old Two Strike, under
the agreement made in the council that
one should return each day and report the
progress of the reds incoming in. Not
one of these men has returned, but all are
held close prisoners of war. It is reported
that Little Bat has been killed, but the
report is not vended.
HEAVY EMBEZZLEMENT ALLEGED.
A Banker Charged with Appropriating
S8,20O,0O0 la Bonds. '
Chicago, Dec. 12. R. G. Scoddard of
the banking firm of R. O. Scoddard & Co.
New York and London, was arrested yester
day afternoon on a warrant charging him
with having embezzled bonds and stocks
ot the Chicago and Arkansas Construction
company to the amount ot S2.200,000. The
warrant was sworn out by V. B. Modica,
secretary of the company. Later in tbe
day Mr. Scoddard was released on $6,000
ball, 'i lie officers of the construction com'
pany claim that the bonds and stocks have
a real value of $l,0t,00a
ilr. Scoddard said hist night that he was
much nonplussed at being arrested on a
criminal charge when he had committed
no crime. Tbe bonds, he says, are intact,
and the construction company can have
them when it pays him $160,000 which it
owes him. The bonds, he says, are really
wurtuiess, ana inose wno causea nis ar
rest ought to know it.
Tarlow & nutchings, dealers in worsted
goods at New York, assigned Thurs-
The story that many miners were to be
evicted soon at Fairmount, W. Vs., is pos
Two big cats attacked Louis RodinkofL?
a peuuier, in .New York the other night
ana severely bit ana scratched him.
Chief Mayes, of the Cherokee nation,
has been ollered (30,0(10,000 by the Lucas
Cattle company, of Colorado, for the Cher-
Dr. Welti has been elected president and
M. Hauser vice president of the Swiss re
public for 1SUL Dr. Welti is at present
The conductors and trainmen on both
divisions of the Colorado Midland, be
tween Ladville and Grand Junction, have
strucx ior higher wages.
The 5 year-old girl, Esther, of Cyrus
Dutter, living north of Alliance, O., was
burned to death Tuesday morning in the
tire which destroyed Dutter s house.
The "Kentucky court of aDneals has
struck tbe great game of poker a blow be
tween tbe eyes by declaring that money
won at tne game can be recovered by law.
The mail steamer Nepaul, which went
ashore off Plymouth, Eng., Wednesday
night, has become a total wreck. Her
cargo was insured, at Lloyd's forfoOO.OOO.
Levi Mullen, who diaauDeared from his
home at Perry, Iowa, on the night of Nor.
2S, waa found near Redfield Wednesday
in a straw stack, his throat cut from ear
Miss Lucy Drexel, of New York, a cousin
of the Miss Drexel who is now a Roman
Catholic nun, was married Thursday to
Eric B. Dahlgren, of Washington City, by
At the session of the HHncn National
Guard .convention Thursday in Chicago
CoL Fred Bennitt was elected president of
the associatiun, and- Cols. Berkley aud
Ziegfeld vice presidents.
J. L. M. Irby, the Farmers' Alliance
candidate, was elected by the South Car
olina, legislature in joint session Thurs
day to the United States senate to succeed
Senator Wade Hampton.
Washington McLean, late proprietor of
The Cincinnati Enquirer, who died at
Washington City tbe other day, was buried
Thursday, Rev. D. Douglass, of St. Johns
Episcopal church, officiating.
When the creditors of Henry Semous,
wholesale liquor dealer of Findlay, O.,
went to his store Thursday to levy on his
stock they found that the whisky was all
water. Semons was arrested.'
The fair grounds at Peoria, Ills., are
now in possession of Mr. Jamison, who
has advertised tbe buildings thereon for
sale, to be moved from the grounds, and
the state fair people are much exereUed
over the matter. .
An Englishman named Kiug, at Fox
boro. Out., complains that a ghost in tha
form of a moman has attacked him several
times recently and severely hurt him. . He
was fouud the other day unconscious with
finger marks on his throat, and when be
came to said the ghost did it. r . -
- "Fired" Chief Engineer Cooley.
- Chicago, Dec. 12 Chief Engineer Cool
ey, of the Chicago sanitary district, who
has been badgered continuously by tha
drainage trustees for the past four Weeks,
Judge Prendergast being chief badger,
was summarily bounced by the trustees
Wednesday, and Gen. John C. Newton, of
New York, temporarily put In his place.
Four of live of Cooley 's chief assistants im
mediately resigned when they received no
tice ot tbe bounce, and tbe civil engineers'
convention in session in this city, as a
comrse&t on the action of the trustees,
dropped all jther names for pr-ileat and
unanimously elected Cooley. Too trouble
was over reports frieoas ...
HIS DEADLY FUBY.
Wf plesale Slaughter by a Young
SIX C0BPSE8, HIMSELF TEE LAST.
Baited tu Bis Vovm Bo Goes Oonalas;
with TrrlMe Saeemm The First Vlc-i
tha a Uarmless Old Man The Others
B s Sweetheart, Her Mother and ra
th er and a Friend of the Family Ho
W Inds I'p with Solrlde.
FV T Smith, Ark., Dee. ia Six persona
lie lead at the Jennie Lind mines, about
twe ve miles north of here, victims ot tha
insa ae rage of Charles Joplin. Joplln waa
charged by Dr. Stewart with having be-
trav a IxiU. Miller, the daughter of John
MiDsr. Maddened by the outcry against
bin). Joplin armed .himself, and seeking
hla '.ictiuis one after another, shot and
kill. 4 John MUler, Mrs. Jehu Miller, Lou
Miter (the daughter), Dr. Stewart, and a
mat. whom he met on the prairie five per
out in all. Afterward Joplin shot and
kill. 4 himself.
The First Brat si Harder.
" A s about 5 o'clock yesterday morning R.
O. Caldwell, a prominent farmer, wat
driving home from this city, and when
abo it four miles out was Intercepted by a
matt armed with a shot-gun. The man
ask' 4 him it either of his mules could be
ride en. Caldwell told him no. About
this time an old man came along riding a
pon f. The man ordered him to get oft.
bat he did not comply promptly, and tha
fellow shot him twice, blowing the whole
top ot his head oil. He then mounted the
pony, and rode it about three miles, when
the snimal gave out and he abandoned IV
Shoot Ins; of Dr. Stewart.
H s then caught a young man driving an
emi ty wagon, and jumping in he told the
youiig fellow to drive for his life or be
wot Id kill blm. Takiug the whip from
the driver he whipped up the team and
ran the mules to Jenny Lind, a distance of
tone or four miles. Arriving there be
wes t to the store of Dr. L. D. Stewart, and
seei ag several men about tbe place drove
them off with his gun. He then re-entered
the store and shot Stewart down. He
wal Iced out, but returned and once more
eho". Stewart, though it ia said tbe first
abet Killed him.
tlaKhternf tho Miller Family.
From Stewart's he went to tbe houM of
Job a Miller, a quarter of a mile distant.
rinding Miller some distance from tbe
boo se he shot and mortally wounded him.
lie Chen proceeded to tbe bouse and shot
Mrk Miller fatally. He next killed Mil-
ler'n daughter, after which he blew out his
owii brains, just as a posse of men who
had been summoned came upon him. All
the victims are dead, vi hile In the waeon
wit i the young man he told him that bis
nacie was Charles Joplin. He gave the
yon eg man 2, saying be wished him to
telt graph tu uncle, somewhere in Kan
tuc y, that he waa in trouble and to come
to i un. '
Tho Remit nf Bnlhod Lot.
J iplin has been at work at Jenny Lind,
win-re he fell in love with Miss Miller,
whom be murdered. He was in tbe city
yes- erday with the girl for the purpose of
mairying her, but her father followed and
pre' -ented the ceremony, Taking his daugh
ter borne with him. Joplin followed them
lat r, and thing Dr. Stewart bad some
thing to do with breaking up the match.
kill Ml him. The old man be killed on the
prairie first was A. L. Dull, of Hutchin
LIGHTNING TIME ON THE RAIL.
A 1 rain Makes an Averace Spoed of 7.1
Miles Per Boar.
BCfTALO, N. Y.t Dec. 14 The Vander
bilt party, 'who passed through here
Ke inesday morning on the North Shore
lim i ted en route for Chicago, broke the
reo ird for speed of all previous runs on
the Michigan Central, in doing which
the -e wore some startling spurts on the
Catada division. A special train waa
maleupat Suspension Bridge consisting
of toe private care Cornelius Vanderbllt,
hTeildent IJepew, Mce President Webb,
President W. S. Webb of the Wagner com
pany and president Liedyard, or tbe Mtcm
gat Central, and a baggage car. '
Ssventy-thrao Miles in hist Mloates,
A 11 the officials named were on board.
Tho special left Clifton, Ont., at 5:38 a.
m. From there to Detroit is 827 miles.
and this distance was covered in four
hoi rs and fifty-six minutes. Deducting
Aft -six minutes for stoppages,- the total
act lal running time was four hours. At
different times along the route the record
er I agistered a speed of from sixty-two to
sewmty-three miles an hour, and the aver
age for the whole distance traveled was
57.21 miles per bour. -
A BRAKEMAN'S ADVENTURE. -
Ba rlad Fifty Feet Into a River Be Swims
Out and Flags a Train.
stiilehem, Pa., Dec. 12. While a west
ern bound fast freight was rounding a
curve on the Jersey Central railway near
her yesterday several planks fell from a
car to the cast-bound track. An east-
bot nd fast freight crashed into them and
wat. derailed, throwing both trains into
the canal. Fireman Rinkers was serious
ly t nd Brakeman Klst fatally injured. An'
othr brakeman was hurled fifty feet
thr ugh tbe air into the Lehigh river. He
swim to tbe shore and hurried to the
tra :ks in time to flag the New York flyer.
wh cb is the fastest passenger train on tha
roa i, and was heavily loaded.
: MAGGIE BEYER'S REVENGE.
She Cats TJp m Silk Dress and Starts a
N W Yobk, Dec 1Z Miss Nellie Crosby,
forewoman of tbe girls department in the
Art ericas Lead Pencil Company's factory
in Hoboken, has procured a warrant for
the arrest ot Miss Maggie Beyer, ot 71
Wl low avenue, Hoboken. Miss Beyer
wai until Friday last one of tbe 800 girls
in IXiss Crosby's department Miss Crosby
disi harged her on that day for careless-
nest. Un Saturday Miss Beyer returned
to the factory with a pair ot scissors in ber
poc set and waited until she got an oppot
tus tty to go to a closet where Miss Crosby
ke; t her silk dress which abe wore going
to iJid returning iron) business.
A hew Cm for Fins. .
Ii i a few momenta the dress was cut into
rib ions and Miss Beyer emerged from the
cla et in triumph. Some of the othergirls
tried to hold her, but she seised a large
box of pins and threw them hy the hand-
rul Iuto the faces oi her would-be captors.
Th.se missiles proved very effective. They
puiictured the skin of the girls whom they
struck, causing temporary pain, and
qui Jwly cleared a way lor Miss Beyer's as-
icap. Miss Crosby cried all day Sunday
ove r tbe ruin of her dress.
j Bad Hews Iron tha Glass FwWrtu.
P .TTSBL'BG, Pa., Dec.ia. At the regular
monthly meeting of the Flint Glass assod
tiot in this city Wednesday the reports
froi a the tableware trade were very dis
cos raging. Since Nov. 1 the -trade baa
fall m below par, and nine tableware fac
tor as in tbe Ohio valley closed down in
defJ uiteiy. Various causes were assigned
for tbe unfavorable condition of business.
Thi principal cause, however, was the
paiage ot the anti-lottery bill by congress,
wh ch compelled tea, grocery and other
likt Institutions to discontinue the gift
tea' ure of their trades. :
" Tho Fiend of the Straw. -
C UCAOO, Dec. 18. The Vaes, Kith a
vie' of finding which w- the wind
bio rs .for VStri, baa been collecting ed
itojial straws, and prints twenty-tour
columns thereof . from Republican and
Del locratic papers. From these tbe paper
geb. up a display au with the nanieot
Jat tea G. Blaine as the choice of the Re-
put lican for tbe presidency in irSM, and'
tha : of Grover Cleveland as the choioe of
the Democrats. . ;
' Duel Between Father awl Sua. -
" GUKEsVULtV Tex., Dec U-A fatal
due - took place Tuesday in Paines Valley,
I. I , between Senator PauL et the Chick
asa t legislature, and his itki, Joe PauL
in v blch the latter was killed. The father
red Wed a dangerous wound in tbe tbiab
but will recover. It is Mid the difficulty
gnr f out or a quarrel over a woman.
3 1 LaFayette's brudwn Uad. :
P tills, Dec Mi Senator Fraooois-I.X-
na A da M"-r da la i aye tic, i andu-
of t n. L 1 , aU, la i )X at t r-s it
72 1 ears.
THE TALK GOES ON.
Senatorial Scintillations of Wit
ELATE ASD K0E0AI BWAP RET0BT8
JCryo Defends BBrv!ae Davenport and
Talks of Bayoowts sad Ballots Morses
Declines a Snggestloa to Cewat a Qae
rear Interesting Bepert fresa tbe Ba
roem of Animal ladnstry Hot as an
Blocks tho swamp tVaad Indemnity
B1U OfBclsl Wows I torn s.
Washington Citt, Dee. 11 Tbe senate
put in nearly allot yesterday on the elec
tion bill Part ot the time that bill waa
not before the senate, but that made bo
difference, as speeches against the bill
could easily be rung in on tbe matter that
was up Plumb's resolution for eleven
hours of work a day. Daring this debate
tbe Democrats complained that tha ob
ject of tbe resolution was to shut off free
debate, and Morgan said It would result in
Democrats talking to empty seats, per
haps with not mora than two members
present to listen to a speech.
Blair Drops lata Hasaor.
Blair said, alluding to the defeat of the
educational bill some months ago, that be
had a bitter experience then, but he never
saw the time when he was reduced to tha
ridiculous number of- only two senators
for an audience. The reaaoatfeat he had
audiences then was that he was entertain
ing. Laughter.) All that Democratic
senators had to do was to summon their
intellectual faculties, if they had any
liauguterj, and then they could get audi
Mure-an's Vrwmpt Betort.
Morgan said that if there was weakness
on the Democrat ic sideot the chamber it
was becauxe the seuaior from New Hamp
shire had his seat on that side of the cham
ber and "watered the stock." Democrats
could attract an audience, be said, if they
bad some charlatan to perform contin
ually on a high trapeze. But unfortu
nately they could not put forth a man with
tbe genius of talking six weeks at a time
ou such a dead and damned subject as tbe
The Election BUI Agala.
The time was th.s occupied until 9
p. tn., the resolution going over without
action, and the election bill oauae up. Wil
son spoke in favor of It, then (rye took
the door in reply to Daniel a denunciation
of Supervisor Davenport, ot New York.
lie said that every time anybody attacked
Davenport t bey retired beaten. House in
vestigations had been made, and the ac
cusers of Davenport bad been snowed un
der by the facts. He had been brought
into court five time, and every time ae-
Baronets Behind Ballots.
Referring to the present election law, he
said he did not think the law one-tenth
wide enongh or one-tenth elastic enough.
If it were necessary to put a bayonet be
hind every ballot, he would-be la favor of
putting a bayonet hehiud every ballot.
Applause and biases in the gallery. He
then eulogized Davenport and denounced
Judges McCann and Barnard, ot New
York, who In seventy days had naturalised
Daniel Comments mm Frre's Bomarka.
Daniel commented upon Frye'a declara
tion as to associating a bayonet with every
ballot. That was the senators conception
ot a republic a bayonet and a ballot side
by side but that was not the conception
of a republic which lis founders had, and
was not the conception of a republic which
tbe American people had to-day.
A Claim or Misaaotailon.
Frye I sard "If it was necessary to
cure a free ballot.1'
' Daniel There is much virtue in an "it"
This bill has got a bayonet with every
voter, if tbe supervisor of election chocese
to put it there." Daniel admitted that
elections in New York ctty bad been pnri-
ned, but claimed that the tveult was due,
not to Mr. uavenport, but to tbe good citi
inns of both political parties.
The Coagraeslonat Brief.
Washington Citt, Dec. 12. In the sen
ate yesterday the bill for a public build
ing at $ioox City, la., was sent to confer
ence. A resolution was passed instructing
tbe postofQce committee to investigate the
subject ot postal savings banka. Plumb's
resolution providing tor early meeting and
night sessions was debated until 3 o clock.
when the election bill waa taken up, and
v nson oi lowa, and rrye made speeches
In the house tbe fortifications and print
ing aenciency appropriations bills were
passed; also tbe bills providing for the re
moval of causes from state conrta, to pre
vent tbe manufacture ot counterfeit dies,
and to. provide a penalty for tbe altera
tion of election returns with intent to
affect the result. The bill to Indemnify
purcna-sers oi swamp lands was debated
without final action. - -.
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.
A Report Thnt Shows It to Em Dose
Washington Citt, Dec li The secre
tary of agriculture baa sent to congress
tbe annual report of tha chief ot the ba
teau ot animal industry. The report aays
that the year baa passed "without the dis
covery of pleuro pneumonia in any new
district. No cases have been discovered in
New York, except on Long Island; none
in Pennsylvania, none in Maryland since
October, 188S New Jersey's condition has
Improved rapidly, and. there Is no conta
gion in any other states. The efficiency ot
the department methods is demonstrated
by the fact that the disease has been con
fined to the restricted areas on the At
lantic seaboard which have trom the first
been recognized as infected.
. Expenses and Other Facts, -
The total expenses of the work daring
the year have been $274,839, of which fcS3,5U
was spent for cattle. The number of tbe
affected cattle during the past year waa
7S4; the number the year previous, 8.134.
The decrease in' the number of cattle
slaughtered has been steady ever since tbe
work of eradicating tbe disease began.
During the month of October, ISift), no
eases of disease were found, and t be bureau
draws tbe conclusion from thre facts that
the time is approaching :-i,!d:y -when
pleuro-pueumuuia will bo ' re'y eradi
cated In tbe 1. mted tates.
The Texas Fever InfectHUi.
Concerning the regulation established
at tbe time of the discovery of Texas fever,
the report says that these have not been ex
tended east ot the Mlnvivuppi river. There
is no doubt, however, that the Gulf and
South Atlautic states are Infected with
this disease to the mine decree as Texas,
and there should be the same regulation of
cattle coming from tbem ' The effect oi
the regulations established in tbe west
has been extremely beneficial. The looses
during ocean Toyeirea have been so much
less than usual that insurance is said to
have been reduced ovar SO per cent. This,
u true, means a saving to shipper of more
Koch's Diseovarr Anticipated.
The scientific work of the bureau '.dar
ing the year has been confined to Texas
lever and the infectious diseases of swina.
Wrtb both very important results hava
been obtained. Concerning the latter, the
report says that tbe interest in the invest!
gallon of bacterial products la increased
by the announcement of Professor Koch
that he has discovered rvmedT for tuber
culosis. Jf professor Koch's remedy is of
the nature supposed, aays tbe report, his
method consists in tbe application of a
principle discovered here. - . '
QUORUM IN THE SENATE.
One, But the Latter Derll
W'ASHIStfTos ClTV, Dec 1 Vice Pres
ident Morton had an opportunity Wed net
day to put into operation in tbe senate the
Reed method of making a quorum by
counting tiicni uers present, but not rating.
He did not take s.lit:i of the oppor-
tuniVj-,. however, d spile the fact that he
was urged to do eo by Sherman. A local
bill was .under consideration in tho moot
ing hour, when less than Quorum of sen
ators responded on a rising vote on a pro
. .. A Majority Wan Present.
Tbe rules of the senate expressly provide
urn wnen tue auseuce of a quuruut Is dls
closed by any vote, a call of tb amn
tunst be bad. Morton firected tho clerk.
tarc'l tbe roll, whoa Sherman foe-ned up
i tue vir-e r 1 1
Quorum himself instead of ordering tbe
Woe Id Have Boew Some Fan.
Harris began a protest against each
course, but before be bad tittered tbe fire
tence Morton, ouietlng both bnermaa
and Harria. told tbe clerk to go ahead with
the call, and the Ohio senator bad nothing
more to sav. It had looked for a moraen
ae if there waa fun ahead, tor the Demo
crats would not have sat silent while such
a precedent waa established as that pro
posed by Sherman.
HOLMAN POSTPONED ACTION.
The Point of Ko Qaerem Satunlsl
Agnlast the Swans Load BUL
Washikgtox ClTV, Dee. li The "great
objector." Hoiman, postponed action ac
tion, probably favorable, yesterday on tha
bill to indemnify purchasers of swamp
lands, and to reimburse tbe states for
lands due them 'under the swamp land
act. He did it with his little objection, in
this case, that there was not a quorum
present. Pay son said tbe bill bad been
favorably reported in three successive con
gresses by unanimous vote of tbe commit
tee. McKae of Arkansae also advocated
Its passage, so did Blanchard of Louisiana
and Kowell of Illinois.
, Why It Was Opposed.
Buchanan ot New Jersey said he knew
that under the swamp lands act lands had
been selected that never bad been swamp
lands since the dove came, bark to the ark
with the olive branch in its beak. Hot
man insisted that mauy ot tbe grants were
fraudulent and corrupt. He said tha
states were driving a hard bargain with
Uncle Sam in tbe matter, and, finally, just
as tbe committee rose to close the debate.
ha discovered that there wae bo quorum
and that settled it and tbe house ad-
Interest Duo en Wow Year's Day.
WABHiSGTOTt ClTT, Dec. 11 A state
ment prepared at tbe treasury department
shows that ot on Jan. L, 11. interest will
be due on only l3,C2l,83i of per cent,
bonds, tbe interest on tM.aiMrsj of those
bonds having been anticipated. On 4 per
per cent, bonds interest win be due on
$.YA2SVJ0 registered sod vm.8uJ,9.W cou
Bcfeaed to rardoa Indiana Mnn.
Washlsgtoji Citt, Dee. IS. The presi
dent has refused a pardon to Horace C.
Douglaa, of Indiana, convicted of violation
of postal laws. In tbe case of F. E.
risevena, of Michigan, convicted of cubes-
clement, the presl.ient has commuted the
sentence of fire years to three years' im
Tho Freeldeat's Wife Arrive.
Wasiusutox Citr. Dec. li Mrs,
Harrison and Mm. Mi-Kee and the chil
dren arrived here yesterday afternotm from
their home In Indiana. 1 bey were mrt by
tbe president at the railway station.
Paeheeo's Komi net Ion Confirmed.
Washixotok Citt, Dee. li The senate
yenierday coofirmed tbe Doniinalroo of
Komual.lo Pacheco, of California, to be
minister to the Central American sta tea.
OiHs.m. (mm. II
Hrd of trade qnotatfce ludaf wereasfur-
Wheat-No. t Itmcmtmr. ur ned har.
rkjord "-; January, njx-nnl !, cloend t-Vi
May. opened Vet-, ck-ext V lorn-No S
December. ow-net !-. . &VV: Jeona ,
opened and chnxd M.; May. -n-d My,
iloaed Mc- -. 7 Uonsb. op-ned
ekeed C?4r: January. ir-nd t-W. clueei
4V: Mar. on-ned k-. cl-wd V. Pork- IV.
ceuUrr. ' opened and ihwd ivl-t: Janry,
sjened SI" Ul rimed !H : iUvLmo.1 til
rVet-d f 1 1 Lard-ltnemlwr. .-urneJ rea.
Lire StocS- TU I nh.n W-k Yat.V. retrt
the MW-wiua vrt--: llv V-' .n-eoed
tive and prHM steady; hnl.1 f ad", ?- ill
SS: ruunh iw. kmw-. 'A. tn;o-.l r
hcar lio.' and eUii.j-iti U U. t.lbvj.
iat: pin. f-..iX.9t
Cattle brtelniaa beeves. J6a IS. M.
cattle, f 1 SU&3.UU-. raws and bulla. clXiDzei;
Texas steers. SiSViAilU; calves. JAUv I'd
Sheep-Chnetmns sheep. Si L5a tu; lambs.
Produce: tatter- FaBT e-pxr atnr, S vHc
per lb; dairies, finest fresh. U p kug
stock. lUjllR. fceiis-Freah candled, ken otf,
SK&Stt.- k) doe.; ir house stork. lHSc
lTornti poultry- Bens. eV - f spring
chickens, fancy. Bo; roontera. V: durks. eJ'V;;
tarkera. Mu (.; (woe, Potet White
ruse. t,M 9 uti: red roe. ?AT.-; Uohnm.eVa
etc; Peerhies. HuV4c; Bnruanka. o-a.Kk-: pour
stock. ao3DDc. Hweet pr-tskv-ULiav Saiaj
1 Ti. Applea-Cocf.nc. Si brl: eating, i;
klk-JugKB choke. W TiJi. mn.-y tarMties, tt
UH . -
Kcw York, Dec 1L
Wheat-Nat red winter cash, tl IMV1C;
do December, 1.UU; do January, S do
do December. CMc; do January. J3'x fiat
Were doll bnt steady: No. X mixe c-ah. SQ
tuHc; do huy. tdc Rye Nominal. Bark-v
Jiouiaal. Pork-Dull: mnaa. i'i.:&cuta
Lard Viuot; January. M lw
Livestock: tattle TtsJIo mcVmtely.
tive; poor- to beat native ttk. r-1 AJ& 7
lfll) t-s. bulls and dry cow. t.ni,l:t jil sheep
and Luuui-Mup. nrm: laiulK. a shad high
er: sheep. H -: L."V, hi hii . hunha,
1J Hotfa-Uaxket lower;- lire hoc. 3
Bae Unland prairie, KtMOS-M
--J leear-eaJMeff l-W.
Hay WUa, Jjo.OU.
Cord WoosiKl O 4.0.
A prominent physician aad old army
surgeon In eastern lowa was railed away
from home for a few days. During bit
absence one ot the children contracted a
severe cold, and his wife bought a bottle
of Chambirlain's Cough Retxedy for it
They were ao much pleased with the
remedy that they afterwards used sev
eral bottles at various times. He aaid
from experience with It, he regarded it as
the moat reliable pre pa ration in use for
colds, and that it erne tbe nearest of be
ing a specific of any medicine bjhsd
ever seen, ror sale by Hani A Bahn
Held Itu las tight.
Tha man who tells too conflden
tially juat what will cure your cold la
prescriDing i&etnp's Balsam this year. Id
uie preparation of thU remarkable medi
tine for coughs and colds no expense is
parea to combine only tbe best and
purest Ingredients. Hold a bottle of
Kemps Balsam to tbe light and look
through, u; notice bright clear look
then compare with other remedies. Price
ouo and VI.
Ia the pursuit of the god things
hia world we enttHnete
sat out tbe heart and eweetnesa ot w'arhl
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from tha use
it Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
ail claims, u cores dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles, it la a perfect toaic. aDDetlxex.
blood purifier, a sure cure fur ague and
malarial diseased. Price, SO ceata. of
IOTXOX TO OOITTBAOTOSS.
Sea d proposal will ho received u tha CMj
Clerk S once. Bork Isotad, 111., sntll Monday.
'saary Sth, lew at r. n. for contact lie ue
iaprovessrat erdereS by sa -Tdtnaace of eatd
tltv. which ra adopt el May IS. !, and is en
tltlea aa ordhace for the anprovesMnt
Fourth sveane from Tnenttelh street to Twenty-
uum street an Twentv-taira treat rrom reenh
57"" " rum nvense, ana rirta arenas f -on.
' wemynoira airees so poun sooal fonr sand red
a boat one bendred aad alsty feet throogh the an
detsrede croeaior of tha C. K. I Ar.et.dUM v
B. at W . raiiroada. and fruaa taiia aa-a BSf -
. T i a"7-Tuj eiren, Jo are
Mollns avonae to tho easier of in lateresc toe of
Vortr-sUth street and es d Fifth or Molina ave
nue, and for furnlaetn( the Baler ale and dotes
the work accord inr so the plana and epeciScailon
therefor. The said Improvement ordered by said
vmiiweie wpwi oi nerving wna cornsionas. es
carauna-. f reduf Improvhic end nana, with tau.
Ins brick uf food quality tsrenty aevra blocks of
eueeia m nata uue or said ordinance set eat
The sold Improvement, meet he eonetrectod and
the Btntertal therefor famished meet be la accord-
encewimiaerNensaoseprcuUnUonsfor said Im
provement oa ale In tee aald -.iie t 'lark nm,-
which said oflVe, said plan and speeiacations are
open to the latpccuoa of jul neravas Isbueeted
Oantrectanlorarabk rmmQlesef hrlrk with
"oa work Is lobe dene, hrtcs need ra the eork
"VT'""h snnrpkw la aaalrty and style,
All bio. meat be econn. panted with a ceraied
check la the sent of Srehanared eel ten, parable
to the order of the treaearer of said ctty' nkkh
shell Become rorefelled to esld city la esse tha
BMider shall fall to enter hM eo street, erah ae-
eeaoee taw warn ier ae pnes
laaUd.an4aoonreiie: tn ua mui
d, and accord Ice; Is the txeat
la the a ran mat the aauaa
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