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THE AltG-US, THUKSDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1891.
BROOKS A BISHOP.
The Eminent Bay State Divine
AH IMPRESSIVE CHUECH SERVICE.
Sadilon Illness of On of the Attending
Prelate t lohop Clark Fall. Fainting,
feat Soon Recover. The Methodl.t
Ecumenical Adopt a Declaration on
the Subject of Sunday Opening of the
World's Fair A Strong Flea for a
Close Day Other Religion Kew.
Boston, Oct. 15. Rev. Phillips Brooks
was consecrated bishop of Massachusetts
yesterday at Trinity church, of which he
his been rector for many years, in the
presence of a most
atlves of the
church from all
over the United
States were pres
ent, and the im
posing old edifice
was crowded to'
the doors. Nearly
1,000 people were fife Stvi-i-
unable to obtain
.tood In tbtp
etreets to Kreet tl til y' "'
the new bishop phillips brooks,
upon his arrival. The ceremony was of a
most interesting character. Bishop Pot
ter delivered the consecration sermon,
which was an elequent and impressive re
view of trTe episcopate and its pewers and
duties. The text was Acts xiii, 21, 3d
and 4th verses and 2:1 Timothy, l-.
Name, of Some Bishop Present.
A number of bishops took part in the
solemn service of consecration. At the
commencement of the ceremonies the
clergy ranged themselves along the center
aisle and the bishops and bishop-elect
passed through to the chancel, the conse
crator. Bishop Williams, as presiding
bishop of the American church, leading.
He was followed in turn by Bishops
Clark. Whipple, Littlejohn, Doane, Nee
ley, Potter and Brooks. The clergy fol
lowed, amongr them being Dr. Aspinwall,
of -Washington; McVicar, of Philadel
phia: King (colored), of Galveston: Oliver,
of Kearney, Neo., and J. C. White, of
Bishop Clark Falls to the Floor.
Just after the new bishop had been
Tested with his robes an exciting but hap
pily not serious accident happened.
Bishop Clark, who had evidently not
Jieen feeling well, was suddenly overcome
and fell to the floor. He quickly recov
ered and was able to continue. A pray jr
and the singing of "Veni Creator Spiritns"
followed, after which the solemn cere
mony of the laying on cf hands on the
head of the newly consecrated bishop by
the other bishops was performed. The
final words of consecration were then ut
tered by the presiding bishop.
Record of the New Prelate.
Dr. Phillips Brooks is the fifth rector of
Trinity who has been called to the highest
offlce of the Episcopal church in Massachu
setts. He was born in Boston in 1S35, and now
in his 56th year is in the full prime of vigorous
life and intellect. He was graduated from Har
vard in 1955 and then studied in the Episcopal
Theological seminary of Alexandria. Va. He
was ordained in law and in the same year be
came rector of the Church of the Advent in
Philadelphia, where he remained until lfiS,
when he was transferred to the Church of the
Holy Trinity in that city, trinoe KU he has
been rector of Trinity church, Boston.
OBJECT TO A SUNDAY FAIR.
The Methodist Ecumenical Adopt Some
Washington-, Oct. 15 At yesterday's
session of the ecumenical Methodist con
ference the business committee presented
to the conference a petition to be sent to
the World's fair commissioners against
the opening of the exposition on Sunday.
The petition embodies the following ob
jections of the conference to its opening
on that day:
t That it would be in open violation of the
Pabbath keeping: that it would deprive the
employes of the fair and of the transportation
companies of rest and wo rship; that the spirit
Is not philanthropic but mercenary: that ttie
exhibits of Christians from Christian lands
will not be shown.
Point for the Stockholder.
As an offset to the stockholders' statement
that they would lose money by closing the fair
on Sunday, the petition cites the case of the
Philadelphia centennial, which was closed on
Sundays and was a success: that there should
be exhibited to visitors from other lands a
characteristic relicrious Sunday, and it is the
committee's opinion that the plea that Sun
day openi ng was for the working class is made
only to benefit the stockholders of the fair,
who are members of transportation companies.
An amendment offered to the effect that
the opening on Sunday was in direct vio
lation of the laws of nearly every state in
the Union, and particularly so in Illinois,
was adopted. The resolution was then
adopted by the council, and will be for
warded to the United States World's fair
IUiuoi State Y. M. C A.
Jacksonville, Ills., Oct. 15. The state
convention of the Young Men's Christian
association of Illinois began its session
yesterday, with an attendance of several
hundred delegates from all parts of the
state. The chief events yesterday were
devotional exercises and the appointment
of a nominating committee as follows:
James Barron, Canton; A. O. Martin,
Rock Island; J. C. Starkey, Rood House;
Ij. G. Myerhoff, Springfield, George N.
Taylor, Decatur: J. E. Willis, Enfield; w!
C. Thompson, Chicago; J. W. Snyder,
Galesburg; S. W. Beggs, Illinois College;
K. C. Smith, Geneseo; A. Heller, Jackson
ville; J. S. Perry, Lincoln, Phil Bevio.
Macomb; J. M. Beardge, Monmouth; E
K. Slater, Metropolis; J. K McBirney,
Dixon; S. R. Loar, Pa.ua, and A. M. Bru
Roman Catholics Resign Their Schools.
Stillwater, Minn., Oct. 15. At the
regular meeting of the school board Tues
day it was decided to accept the proposi
tion of St. Michael's Roman Catholic
parisu to turn over tbe parochial schools
to the city. Tbe buildings will be leased
for one year for the nominal rental of tt.
Tbe present teachers will be retained if
In Favor of Methodist Federatioa.
Washington, Oct. 15. The business
committee of the Methodist ecumenical
conference yesterday presented a report
Savoring the federation of all Methodist
bodies in general cbureb work and several
address were made in advocacy of the
idea. "EdncAtion was the topic of dis
cussion next taken up and the speakers
urged the religious training of tbe young,
Tbe English speakers said that England
was away behind this country in the mat
ter of Si oday school work. .Rev. Cross
field said the Church of England schools
turned out "a lot of little bigots" and
that there was too much sectarianism in
the public schools in England.
Woman Christian Association.
Chicago, Oct. 15. Yesterday's session
of tbe international conference of the
Woman's Christian association was de
voted to the reading of reports from sev
eral cities, the most important of which
was that by Mrs. C. R. Springer, of St.
Louis, entitled "Growth and Perpetuity
Essential EiemenU in Conference Work."
THri REDEMPTION OF GREENBACKS.
Secretary Foster Declare Them Re
deemable in Gold.
Washington, Oct. 15 At the request
of certain friends in Boston Secretary Fos
ter a few days ago wrote a letter on finance
in which he stated that treasury notes
were redeemable in gold. Democrats in
Boston presented a tl.OJO treasury note at
tbe sub-treasury in Boston and demanded
gold for it. It was refused by the assis
tant treasurer. Democratic newspapers
published tbe fact of the refusal side by
tide with Secretary Foster's published ut
terances. Secretary Foster yesterdav
Horning sent the following telegram to
Hon. Henry Cabot Ixxlge, Boston. Mass.:
Treasury notes will be redeemed at any su'j-t'-ea-sury
of the United States in gold coin. The
refusal at Huston was an error on the part of
the assistant treasurer.it being probably the
fLvt case in Boston where redemption in gold
w as asked.
No Trouble to Get Silver ltulllon.
There is no authority of existing law to re
de em any paper money in gold or eilver bull
ion, but the government purchased over
l.C'H.Ouj ounces of silver to-day with treasury
notes at about V7 cent an ounce, and any
owner of treasury notes can do the same. The
director of the mint tenders his kind offices un
oft cially to the chairman of the Democratic
coiamittee in Boston with an offer to purchase
for him 1.W0 onnces of silver bullion to be paid
for in treasury notes.
REMARKS BY PARN ELL'S MOTHER.
Some Rather Sharp Criticisms on Promi
Bordextown, X. J., Oct. 15. A re
porter visited Mrs. Parnell, the mother of
tbe dead Irish leader, Tuesday and bad
a long talk with her. Referring to somx
statements regarding her son made by
Joha Morley, the eminent English rad
ical, she said:
Me rley is a liar. I know my son's veracity
all h s life. No man ever had a right to ques
tion t. I think John Redmond was a man of
soun 1 integrity and sound sense, and I think
WiU:am Redmond is the same. I think Hiir
rinirt n is a man full of riht feeling and ex
cellent sense, too. and integrity although I ex)
not know him personally
Somewhat Miaplrlont of Gladstone.
1 do not know what Gladstone means. aW
has g. t a part; composed of non -conform Ta,
Isnpiose. Il that is the rase 1 have no faun
in him. Those people would reform relijrion
until i here is nothing left of it. I think they
are ot wards and most bigoted of all. 1 was no
friend of the Litieral government when Fors
ester was in it. Davitt is a violent hater, and
heron juices. That is all 1 know of him. He
may b- a violent lover also, bnt he certainly
did nor love my son. I suppose he could brook
no opposition. There are many people that
think too much of themselves.
DEV LISH DEED OF A CONVICT.
He Cut. Off a Woman's Ears and Make.
Con-MBIA, S. C, Oct. 13. Fred Kemp
son, a convict recently sent up for eigh
teen months from Lexington county for
assault and battery with intent to kill,
made Lis escape from the state peniten
tiary a'uout a week ago and disapoeared
entirely. Yesterday a reputable citizen
of Lexington, who was in this city, told a
most astonishing tale of bis movements
since. He says Kempson went back into
Lexington county, about twenty-five
miles f-om Columbia, and whether by
chance or otherwise, met his former vic
tim and offered her the choice of either
having her throat cut or have her ears cut
Chose to Lose Her Far.
She net being able to help herself chose
tbe latter, whereupon the hardened scoun
drel dexterously severed both ears. He
also cut ont a section of ber clothing,
wrapped the dissected members in it, and
left ber After making bloody threats
against rhe persons and their property
who bad been instrumental in effecting
his arrest and conviction.
Passenger Train Wrecked.
Cotfev ville, Kan., Oct. 15. The east
bound Missouri Pacific passenger train
was wrecked eighteen miles west of here.
No one was killed. J. J. Johnson, ex
press mesnger, was seriously injured.
C. P. Allen, president of the First Nation
al bank cf Independence, and two others
received flight injuries. The wreck was
caused by the spreading of tbe rails.
Robbed Hi Employer of S40.OO0.
New Yoi:k, Oct. 15. A shortage of 10,
000, and possibly more, has been discov
ered in the accounts of Thomas II. Stout,
an employe of Kennett, Hopkins & Co.,
stock broke rs, who recently disappeared,
and who nfter ward sent a letter to the
firm accusing himself of theft an accusa
tion which the firm did not at first be
lieve. St. Ixui Going to Have Boulevards.
St. Louls, Oct. 15. The city of St.
Louis has finally decided to establish
twenty-threi; miles of boulevards from 103
to 200 feet wide, ornamented on tbe Par
isian plan. Necessary state legislation
was obtained last spring, and arrange
ments have been made for raising tbe
money. The cost is estimated at from fo,
000,000 to $10,000,(100.
New York's World's Fair Subscription.
New York, Ot. 15. Only $30,480 has
so far been contributed by the people of
this city to tl e World's Columbian expo
sition. This is said to be the smallest
contribution that has been made by the
ritisens of any of tbe large cities of this
Pullman stock to be Increased.
New Yor.K, Oct. 13 George M. Pull
man, who con1 rols the stock of the Pull
man Palace Car company, has decided
that at the ant ual meeting of the com
pany the capital stock shall be Increased
from $-25,0O0,(Mi to $30,000,030
Parnell Laid It to O'Shea.
LONDON, Oci. 15 Henry Labouchere
says that in recent years Parnell sus
pected O'Shea t f being tbe cause of all hio
troubles, and believed that be and not
Pigott was tbe author of the celebrated
0 DEADLY HASTE.
Making Up Time Causes Loss
A MILE A mSTE EOUKD A CURVE
Re. nit In a Crash That Promise Seven
Death., Two of Which Have Alreailv
Occurre.l Twenty Other Passengers
Cut and Braised Vice Presldeut Kii.K,
of the It. and U, and Ml. Secretary
Two of the Injured Partial Lint of
Hicksvillf.. O, Oct. 15 A porr'iTi of
the Baltimore and Ohio fast mail X v g.
from Chicago to Now York, jumped the
track here at p. m. yesterday, killing
two pasaengi rs. wounding five others lu
tally, and twenty others less serious'y.
Just east of ilieksviile there is a rharp
curve and a steep grade. Trains usually
slacken speed at this dantjerom poiut, Lut
from what can be learned it suems tl.at
the train was rushing dutva (he incline at
the rate of six'y miies an hour when l lie
accident occurred. Tiie traiu consisted
of baggage car, smoker, day coach, sliep
er, and private car of Vice President
King. The smoker and baggage car re
mained attached to tbe locomotive, but
the private car and the ladies' coacn went
over the emb takment and were wrec-kid
Railway Officer. Injured. ,
The private car of Second Vice Presi
dent King, of the iialtimure and Ojio
road, was ditched, but none of the occu
pants was seriously injured. Mr. King
h.id his arm fractured, his private secie
tary sustained a severe gash iu his km e,
and his cook was bruised about the head.
Tue day coach, wLic'i was well fill. J,
turned over ouce, an I bounded right siua
up. In it atrial tuai.osuvre it straddled
two of the telegraph lines and the cross
timbers were wrenched from several po es.
The sleeper fared better, aud after sliding
off its trucks it lay right side up on ti e
ground. Those iu the smoker escaped
with a severe shaking up and uiany
bruises. Neither the smoker nor the bag
gage tar left the track,
ar -, Cause of the Disaster.
The train was ruuning fully sixty
miles an hour at the time, and as near as
can be ascertained the accident was
caused by one of the drive wheels of tLe
engine leaving the track at the switch
near the water tank. The wheel spread
the rails and all the cars excepting the
baggage and smoker left the track. Foi a
space of 800 feet tbe rails were absolutely
swept off the ties. The day coach was
turned end for end and shattered and
splintered. It was only a few minutes
after news of the accident was brought
up town that business was practically
suspended, and the citizens in large num
bers assembled at the scene of the disas
ter, rendering all the assistance in their
the List of Wirt Injnred.
There were forty people on the train rs
near as can be ascertained. Nobody in tl e
sleeper or private car was seriously i -jured.
Following is a list of the dead a; d
m ist severely wounded, as near as can te
obtained at this writing:
Thomas Waterstone. of Montpelier, O.. killed;
A. M. Jiatthevs, a farmer, whose home was
four miles from Chicago Junction. O.. died of a
frwtnred skull and internal injuries; Mrs. J.
A . Urubankh. back and shoulders hurt; 11. D.
Scott, MeConnellsville, O., cat in head; a
baby companion, head cnt and breast burned:
Mrs. John Iinsmore. l-ra:dw-ood. Ills., serious
internal injnriesr Mrs. Sheldon, of Baltimore,
hnrt in back se riously; Mrs. Sheldon's sister"
liule child. 2 years old. seriously injured;
Rhoda Woodall, Winchester. Ills., flesh
wounds on arm and head: Mrs. Minnie Miller,
of 1019 West Madison street, Chicago, head,
back and neck seriously injnred; Mr. Craw
ford, of Dulnth, Minn., head hurt: Miss Craw
ford, bis daughter, serious internal inju
ries and bruised head; Mrs. E. E.
Rrooks. of Canton, Ohio. haad seii
onsly bruised; Mrs. Thomas Waterstone. of
Montpelier. O.. injnred in the back and inter
nally, condition critical: Mrs. Sarah Snyder,
bruised head and serious internal injuries
Margaret Birsh. or Birk, of Cambridge. t..
bead and face and internal injuries, recovery
doubtful; Jane Davis, sister of Mrs. Birsh, will
He Had to Make Time.
At 4 o'clock a gang of men were at
work restoring the track. An engineer
said: "This train has only three hours
and twenty minutes to run from Garre't
to Chicago Junction, and if they don't
make it they have to give good reason.
They positively have to run fast and it i
not their fault that they go so fast through
THE LYNCHING AT OMAHA.
A City Councilman Arrested for Having a
Omaha, Oct. 15. A warrant was issued
yesterday by the county attorney for the
arrest of E. F Morearity, a member of
the city council, for murder, he having
been an active leader in tbe Coe lynch
in 2. E. F. Farris, who is said to be one of
the men who pulled the rope, was like
wise arrested, and the police are now on
the lookout for the man who threw tie
rope over the wire to which Smith wns
hanged. David Mahonpy. Bob Ward,
James Trainor. and William Bloom
complete with Morearity and Farris yes
terday's arrests. Sixteen men have thus
far been arrested charged with murder in
tbe lynching case.
Huit Kill tbe Dos to Realize.
Haktfokd. Oct. 15. Mrs. Clara Louise
Kellogg-Strakosch, who is living at her
summer home at New Hartford, was pet
ting a strange do? when he seized a dia
mond she had removed from one hand,
and was holding in the other. The dog
swallowed the jewel, which had cost the
owner $353, and the prima donna began
negotiations for the purchase of the dog.
Tbe owner agreed to part with the ani
mal for 50 cents, which Mrs. Strakosch
gladly paid. The animal's value has now
risen to 1 330. 50
Had His Fan and Went Hence.
Beblin, Oct. IV A sensational suicide
occurred in the crowded Thiergarten. A
dissipated youth who had taken five bier
garden waitresses out for a drive in a
carriage gave each of them 8 marks ft r a
kiss on arriving at the Thiergarten, alight
ed, and telling the coachman to take ike
girls home, drew a pistol as his compan
ions were waving their adieux, and .hot
himself dead He had squandered a large
Suicided in the U Loui. Reservoir.
ST. Lotris, Oct. 15 The body of Will
lam II. Cole, an old wteam boat m an frcm
Indiana, was found floating in the reser
voir of the water works yesterday morn
ing. He had recently committed suiciie
by jumping into the reservoir during tl
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