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Fkidat, Notkmbrh 18, 1892.
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Roman Catholic Prelates Dis
cussing Secret Societies.
A QUESTION TIIEI WILL
ArehTiUhnp KiiIiit Want a t'lcur lefini
Bilion on the Sul.jert - Ms.ill the lit IVl
lw nml t;iJir Mmilar OrfcnninHiii
H rorbil.U-n to the FniMirul?-Tlie Ue
etslon of tlie Italtinmre nnrll Qiu.tiil
Incjii.n !iillri n A Matter I'nrle Sain
Will Trohalily If ear A bunt.
Kkw Yo!;k, Nov. is. The second d.iy's
sessiou of the annual conference of the
archbishops of the Kojnan Catholic church
kegan nt 10 o'clock yesterday morning at
the archieiiiscopal residence, Cardinal ;il
bons presi.linH. All the nrchhishoos or
therr represeiit,itives were present, as was
Archhi'hop Patoili, the papal delegate, i
Afftin the tleliberation were carried on '
behind closed doors. The nir.jor portion of
the time, it i. learned, w as occupied in the I
discussion of the question of the condem
nation of certaiu secret societies. The de
bat referred chit Hy to the Odd Fellows,
numbering about .VXi.noo in the United
States, and the Sons of Temperance, whose
roll includes about 70,000 members.
Katmer Urines Tp the Qnestion.
Archbishop KaUer, of Milwaukee,
brought the matter to the attention of the
council by preventing the pel iion of tlie
German Catholic Central society of the
United States, which was adopted at Du
Mijne, la., Septemter last, asking the eon- lewlay. Jlulf this number were piven i n
ferenceto clearly define the dehijenation J meliate wtrk and the balance will likely
"secret society" in plain and unmistakable ! l',iW'tJ f"Ml- The heads of the Amaipi
terms, as some doubt bns been raised in n'at' d association and the atlvisnry cu li
the minds of some of the church auiho.i- ; of ,thc M riker held a ctmferct ee
nes .i to iicwit r tae sew icnes named t tune
Under the ban of the papal bull. In ex
pluiiiiiiir his position Archbishop Katz-r
taid that it is aLsoluuly not true that tlie
Free Mtons is the only sih iei foil. iddcii
by the church, and that, coiiMiiut nily, a
lloman Cut lie.lic may join any other lud.c
er society except the Free Masons. "
1 he Ix linilii.n or a (.otineil.
He quoted from the iujnncfion of the
third plenary cont:cil at Haltimore as
follows: "That all former decrees of the
Ionian ponti:I"s atjainst all societies con- I
ter.nedbytbebolysee are to remain in ;
full force, flr?ording to the tenor of the i
constitution "anostolica s.h1is" ami ti,P ,
meaning of the Konian pontiff; that the
free Masons and the Carbonari are excom
municated by name; that all other socle
ties, thouph not mentioned by name, are
excommunicated if they are of the same
nature as the Masons and the Carbonari,
that is, all those societies which openly
or secitlty plot against the church, or
against t lie lawful Kovcmment of tlie state.
Other Societies Condemned.
"That all socittties are excommunicated
which have their own minister or chaplain,
their own (religion;') ritual, and their own
(religious) ceremonies, in such a manner as
thereby to liecotue a heretical or schismatic
rect: that any society which requires its
memlicrs, lie it under oath or otherwise,
not to reveal its secrets to any one, not even
to the ccdeshistit al authority, that is, the
bishop; or which demands, lie it by oath or
mere promise, from its iiicii.Ih rs a blind
and absolute oliedience, is for!.i:hlen utnier
frrievoijR sin." itesitles the above the faith
ful are atimorii.-iietl to avoid all societies
which in t he judgment of the bishop are iu
any way dangerous to faith or morals.
The Council Will Take Action.
According to Archbishop Katzer the so
ciety of Odd Fellows has within late years
pained a large int reaseof membership from
Koman Catholic ranks on the plea that
they are not Free Masons, and therefore not
a society forbidden by the Koman Catholic
church. The council of lialtimore has ap
pointed the college of the archbishops of
the United States as the only competent
tribunal in the mutter of secret societies,
he argued, and it is the duty of the present
conference to determine exactly the ques
tion at issue. The majority of the council
coincided with the opinions expressed by
Archbishop Kalzer, aud appropriate action
will he taken.
Indian School Children.
The only phase of the school question
touched upon at the s.s-iou was that of :
the treatment tftlie Koiriau ('alholicln
dian chilon n m the western
man Cat hoi c schools dt-pite 1 1 1 protests of i
H-.-v. Jii!.op p. I,
Chapel e. I he
the pi in'-: . .;
CJlll'-d fol ,.
Of his ci.l.c.i..
r .nl l i pii enta! ive
i . "f S .Din I-'e, was
'i i lie .-1! I ject and he
::! - on o:i t he part
FO'JLCIT S:.;T OF r.OEBERY.
tome Keotmtli-ets t ellecl iotj Munry
ClUCAOO.Nov. IS. By represci-.tiiig them
Belves as members of the Homestead relief
committee a gang of swindler have been
reaping a rich harvest among Chicago
workmen. The swindlers were provided
with forged credentials, aud during the
last month they have fraudulently col
lected at least $1,000. Thus far none of the
guilty parties has been urrestetl.
Tlie IU'V. Miernian Complains.
t Lot'is, Nov. 18. Kev. Father Sher
man made a speech to the society of the
Army of the Tennessee yesterday, in the
'course of which he complained that the
monument ordered by the fau ily to be
put over his father's grave was in the
hands of striking granite workers in the
east, antl although it was finished the fam
ily could not git it because of the strike,
lie said that the only way to get the shaft
would be for one of the general's old regi
ments to go and take it by force. The so
ciety elected General G. M. Dodge presi
dent, Sud chose Chicago as the next place
X weeting. . ,
DO'NGS OF THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR
, Th Convention at Work On tlie Law
S IxriH, Nov. 18. At the session of h-3
Knights of Iibor ton vent ion yr-t. n y
considiTiition of tlie report of tlieiomn.it-
tee of the laws was continued. A discis
sion arose on the pmiiosition to allow he
formation of nation.'il trule asscinl.lies of
less than ten local nsse.ul.lies. It r.-as
finally decide;! that while tlie law slinulil
Wiumn as it i so far as national trade a:
fcmWies alrc-..,!y in t-xisteneeara
no new rm will he oi-yaiuieil witii lists
than ten Iih mI asst-iuMies.
I'ripsi;i,.nn 1 hat AVer Rejertrd.
A proptjsit'uin to allow a district asst rn-
Hy hy a two thirl vole to order a local is
j semlily to withdraw any or all of its tit le-
priU's was reicctiil. The convention refined
j to reduce the term of general oilicers to t ne
j Vear or the number of the executive boa-d,
and also refused to niakee.x-repret-entati es
eiifiole to fliice. A letter was received fr. m
j John 1'. Sti-lle. si-cretary of tlie general :is
; Benihly of tlie Fanners Mutual Bem lit
j association, extending Kiwting.
IMill Invest iijat Ins Homestead.
Cnu Mai. Nov. 18. senator GalliiiitT.
' ,:ll,'l,suirei ni Senator IVffer, of
Kans, of the senatorial committee of
ven arP"ited in August to investigate
". ,u"'""vt, !,l alTair, lx'an yexU-rday
, tlieir examination of the Chicago end of the
j relations let ween the labor organizatk ns
(and the detectives. Superintend! ot
Murray, Assistant Superintendent Davul
I ton, II. O. Devoreaux all of the Pinkertoa
agency, and F. C. Newell and S. Riehanls,
employes tif the Illinois Steel company,
tcslitied but nothing new or interesting
Homestead Huns Stampetle.
Homkstkau, Pa., Nov. IS. Tnree in n
dred Slavs and Huns stampeded the Carne
gie company's works for emnlovment v s-
( .umiih (i;i. n neii t ne coiir rvl ce
t enditl Chairman Crawford, of the ad vise ry
. committee, said the strike wa still on.
HE PRAYED FOR DIRECTION,
And Now the Question It Was His l'r:ier
A llswel-fMl ?
j Gt TfTKir, O. T., Nov. is All of the m n
j isters in the territory are laughing at Ih v.
'Webster Full, of Stillwater, juintor of tae
i Methodist Fpiscopal church south. t)n
! the Sunday iireceding the election he
P-iy lor u.e ioni to tiirect h.m
"ow to folst b!tial!ot. Kttrly on electijn
day he went to the pt.lts and voted, as he
thought, the straight Democratic ticket.
After leaving the booth he stopped to htar
some man explain the met hod of votingthe
ticket under the Australian system.
Had Voted the ICcpubltt an Ticket)
He Wits horrified to lind he had used the
stamp wrong and had really voted the re
publican ticket. He rushed back into the
I booth and wanted to take his ticket out of
thelxixand change it, but was denied the
privilege. , For the first time in his life he
I had voted tlie Republican ticket, and Y;s
friends all tell him that in answer to ids
prayer the Lord had directed his vote cteu
against his own w ishes.
rreshj let ian Commiitee at Work.
CltiCAco, Nov. Is. Thirteen prominent
rrcshyterian clt rgj 'ncn and laymen of a
committee of sixteen, three of whom i.re
unavoidably absent, selected by the List
l'resbjterian general assembly, began yes
terday at the Virginia hotel a coaferei.ee
theobject of w hich is to formulate a plan
to secure mote direct, relationship betwt en
the theological seminaries of the Pre.sbte
rian church and the l'tesbyterian pulp ts.
I iuc lAimanuvT niii uc lu Mansion a wecK or
Another Itroie Who (Should Hang.
East I.ivija'ooi., O., Nov. 18. Geo -go
Burton, a grocer, shot aud fatally wount ed
his wife yesterday. Burton had been o i a
spree for a week. Iteturning home yester
day morning he accused his w ife of be tig
drunk, and threatened to kill her if she did
not tell where she got the drink. Mrs.
Burton protested on her knees that she 1 ad
not tasted drink, but the inhuman husbt nd
pulled out a revolver aud shot her twict in
the region of the heart. She cannot re-
Two Children Horribly Hurned.
CHICAGO. Nov. IS While Michael B'tte
and Lis wife were absent from home, 331
Jefferson street. Yesterday their two sn all
children were horribly burned. It is
thought that the elder of the children ral:ed
n.,nd ffT. tt.u tl.. t..r .!,;. a. ,.i...i. ....
caught lire. In Lis anxiety togetoui of
harm's way he set lire to the cradle, wLere
' an infant lay. The infant wns burned lo a
' crisp aud the other w ill proltably die.
A German Miscreant's Freak.
Betrctii, Nov. 1H. This city Las b-en
the scene of an awful tragedy. A lalx rcr
named Kugergrim was courting two coun
try girls. Finding that they had both dis
covered his treachery he strangled ne,
stabbed the other to death and then com
mitted suici'ie. The affair has create! a
profound sensation, as it is many ytars
since anything of the kind has occurred
Fnnernl of John iloey.
New Yokk, Nov. la The funeral of
John Iloey, the ex-president of the Ad.-.ms
Fjpress company, took place yesterday Iiom
St. Jeo's Kon.an Catholic church. The
coffin, which was of massive polished tak,
with silver trimmings, was buried in fi jw
ers. The churcit was tilled w it u friends of
the d!ceased, among them many prt mi
ne at professional and business men.
Garvin, a in. m who married a prostr ute
and then killed her because she was not
faithful, has been found gudty of man
slaughter at Pittsburg.
Indiana electors cast. 54S,a83 votes for
governor at last week's election, as folk ws:
Matthews (Dem.), iO,tiOJ; Chase (li.p.),
253,01; Templeton (Pop.), 21,tJ2; Worth
Slight Unpleasantness in the Na
A KiKSAS DELEGATE TAKES WATEE
He At Takes Some Very VncompUment
mry La igtiage, I'.i iii- Thereto I'llloetieetl
by it I)nlay of Artillery The Fight He
tween the Popu list and Oemocrat I"re
rlpitates the Dittien !ty, and the K
Adjourns with a Sp.it on Its Hand
MtMPHls, Nov. is. There was a Cash
of weapons in the Alliance executive ses
ion yesterday tmn ii.u; not the figurative
flashing if cans, but the tlra ing of real
revolvers. Tin- i-i ;t ii't-nt, however, qii'
etetl for the t.i.,.- h mi; upon Salvation
ik-ott, of Katist. i:.M;; wnter. "V :i are
a coward and a s. , -.neirel." aroe the voi e
-f J. F. Tiibesn, and he stod confront iia;
Salvation Scott, with his index finer
pointed directly at Ihe Kansas lVpnll-t
leader. This sensational scene grew oat of
the war which is lieing waged against Till-,
man by the people's party memln-i-s or t
Alliance because he sent out liter.itured ir
ing the recent campaign advKing the mem
bers of the order to Vote for Cleveland.
Sce't "Alludes Tillman.
Karly in t'.ie morning session Dr. Macune
arose to a qui st ion of privilege. It b.-ul
been char-cd by members of the Alliance
that he (Macune) wxs a party to Tillman's
Democratic literature distribution. Salva
tion Sectt jumped up and discourteously
shut ofT Dr. Macune with this remark: "I
hope that no man will be made conspicu
ous by any act of the body because of his
party fealty." Then he went on to say
that it had been rumored on the street that
a certain individual would be rewarded for
his martyrdom on the altar of IVmoeracv,
and he hoped that the name of the culprit
w ould not be mentioned.
Tillman L'ses Vigorous Language.
Mann P.-ure, of Virginrv immediate'y
jumped to his feet with: No one has yet
been tried and convicted, and the remarks
and insinuations of the brother from Kan
sas are in bad taste and wholly out of or
der." Tb remarks of the Virginian were
applauded by the conservative elemont.
Dr. Macune concluded his remarks. After
he had ended his talk Tillman, who had
been present all the w hile, arose to a ques
tion of privilege. He beean by indorsing
what Dr. Macune h:id said denying com
plicity in seeding out the literature which
Tillman was charged with pn-paring. Ho
then turned, and looking Salv.u ion Scott
squarely in the face, denounced him as a
coward and scoundrel.
WHEN THE "GUN" CAME INTO PLAY,
Tillman Held the Artillery and Seolt
ScoM jumped iipaud said the brother from
Tcnr.e.-xc had luwonstrued his language,
as he diil not call any names. Tillman ad
vanced t.iw.nd I.l.n, saying; "Did you not
mean ne. si,---'
Scott si-id: ' I will let t
cide who 1 meant."
con .cnti 'n d
Tillman thereupon retorted: "I repeat,
sir, what I have said no one but a coward
of the dec-pest dye would dodge the issue. "
Scott grabbed a chair and started toward
Tillman, when the latter quickly drew a
revolver and shouted: "Drop that or I will
put a hole through yon as big as a lo.v
Itiscretion Hetter Than Talor.
Scott dropped the chair and ran, while
the excited delegates pathered aroin d
Tillman and succeeded in securing his
weapon. A recess was then taken to give
the deli gates a chance to recover from the
shock. When the convention re-asembh d
resolutions for the good of the orrler were
read and passed. Among the resolutions
passed was one declaring the Alliance to be
a strictly mm partisan organization. The
convention broke up in a general row nt
midnight. After a stormy scion lasting
six Lours the Mar-tine faction left the La'l
in a body, dtv-l.iring that they woiildnot
aliliat w ith Boucks and his 'gang of po
A Split in the Alliance
The action i f Macune's follower) t
the breath away frotn the Boueks cro'.v J.
After over half the delegates had followed
Macune out of the hall they realised that
the Ion? threatened split in the National
Alliance was a reality. A resolution was
passed by the remaining delegates to post
pone the election of ot'irers tint il !) o'clock
this morning, after which an adjournment
Trying to Patch l"p Peace.
After the adjournment tlie Ixmcks fac
tion went to work trying to patch up a
truce, but the Macune faction received
their overtures for a reconciliation coldly.
It is believed that both factious will set up
independent organizations and adjoin n
tomorrow. The Ixucks faction is com
posed of rampant third partyites, w hile the
Macune crowd is intiuly composed of
Democrats who want the right to vote the
No t iue to the Melrose Murder.
Chicago, Nov. 18. The story of an ar
rest in connection with the Krnest Kun
neth murder at Melrose proves to be a mis
take. Thomas Bode-, the constable, says
that no one had lieen apprehended. "The
report has been current iu Melrose for two
days that Schultz was lockea up," he said.
"It is n-it true. There are nogrouudst of
suspicion against him."
Yomig; Woman Killed hy a Kockct.
DiXATin;, Ala., Nov. 18. During tlie
Democratic celebration Wednesday night a
sky rocket exploded prematurely and
struck Miss Jones, a beautiful young lady,
nged 10 ytairs, in the left cheek. It. pierced
the eyeball and penetrated the brain, cus
ing ihstar-t death. This accident broke up
She Shot Her Ileiatuer.
HrLViUKitE, N. Y., Nov. m The trial of
Hattie Ackers, who shot and seriously
wounded Michael Quinu, a telegraph ope
rator, at this place several weeks ago for
ruining her character and circulating scan
dalous reports about her, has terminated
by a veruict of not guilty.
Thrown Fifty Feet and Flilitirt.
KENoSitA, Wis., Nov. 19. The 9-year-old
daughter of Thomas Shield was struck by
a passenger train while on her way home
from school and thrown a distance of fifty
feet, alighting iu a ditch. Beyond a few
cuts and bruises the child docs not seem to
have beeu injured.
The Non-Partisan W. C. T. V.
Cleveland, Nov. 18. At the session yes
terday of the non-partisan W, C. T. U.
convention Mrs. Lllen J. Phinney, of
Cleveland, was elected president and Mrs.
II. M. Xugham, of Cleveland, general suc-retary.
MORE WHISKY MILLS GOBBLED.
The "Trust" Gathers in Flvs Biers Largs
ST. Irit is. Nov. 18. The big deal by
which the whisky trust, known as the Dis
tilling mid Cattle Feeding company of Illi
nois, secures control tif five large distil
leries additional to those already in the
combine, has been closed. The final
negotiations were really concluded, accord
ing to President, Teuscher of the Central,
on luesitay, and aitliouli no papers
have been fih-d everything is said to have
been sett leil for the transfer of t he property.
Samuel Woollier, of Peoria, is here to close
up the matter, having arrived Wednesday.
Can Make a lnt of Tanglefoot.
The distir.erii-s changing hands by the
deal are the Central, of St. Louis; the
Crescent and the Star, of Pekin, 111.: the
Dodswortb, of Cincinnati, and the Ne
braska, of Nebraska City. The cost, it is
said, was about fl,!5,U)0. The trust al
realty controlled ninety-eight distilleries,
with a capacity of 40.000 bushels of corn
and l.so.UKi gabons tif whisky daily. These
late purchases add 11,000 bushels to the
corn capacity and about 3,000 gallons of
The family ..f Charles Hennings, New
Yoik city, ate raw pork sausages and as a
consequence Hennings, his wife anil his
ciiitu are in me Hospital with trichina.
They may lccow r.
Inspector Boss, f the Chicago piOe
loive, pronounces ir . story or an a: letup;
to steal Mrs. Palmer's diamonds a "t.ii.c.'
As the inspector was direct I r;o. .t . ,1 in t!,
story the reportori.il imagi ;..uio.i sc. ae t,
have p-ttcB in its work.
At New York Dr. Churlcs H. Vt-nn e
married Miss Catherine Divxel, daughter
of the Life Joseph W. Dreiel, of the famous
Two bodies of the crew of the ill-fated
rteamer Cilcher have been found on the
lieach at Fox Island. They are those tif
Steward Williams and Fireman Green.
It is reported that Justice Field, of the
supreme court, will resign because he
doesn't like Cleveland.
The Rockford, Ills., Plow company has
made an assigumeut. Liabilities, f 70,000;
M. W. Murchison is at Chicago, and pos
itively denies w riting the letter that caused
MiniBter Sack ville-West to get his walking
papers in l.SNJ and caused so much political
Two kegs of gunpowder that were being
used in connection with a Democratic jolli
fication meeting at Mountain View, Ark.,
exploded, destroying considerable property
and killing live men and more or less se
verely injuring fourteen others.
Obituary: At Chilton, Tex., General Ben
jamin J. Shields, ex-member of congress
and at one time United States minister to
Venezuela, aged K.'; nt Cheuoa, Ills., Dr. II.
H. Silliman; at Kingston, Ont., James
Kichardson, of Richardson & Son, .grain
forwarders, aged 73; at Charleston. S. C.,
Edward McCready. oldest graduate of Yale;
nt Mount Vernon, N. Y., John II. Dernott,
the New York banker and stock broker; at
Beatrice, Net.., Dr. W. J. Sisson, aged 50;
at Tacoma, Ya.sh., A. Shumwny.
The plate glass manufacturers of tho
United States, who have been in session at
Pittsburg, have decided to curtail their
Hamburg authorities announce that city
free from cholera.
TV. C. Bowman, a prominent banker and
business man of F.-tVmington, la., watt neat'
ly swindled out of S,",000 by means of a
Special Master iu Chancery Simms, at
Little Rock. Ark., reports an additional
shortage nf SiM.fvsT ju ex-State Treasurer
WoodrulT's ai r. .tint. This makes the total
Itai.e Hull I t.
-Tiie br. -e ball mag
have held a meeting
Hides of the I
her.', at 1 i
the 'la-i c -V
tet ia.j oi -,.i:
bcill Lc. . . s .
day iii A; i .'. a
ill Septet..: ".
a silicic .--i us.
id disputes of
n sift led. The
i lie decision to
en the last Thitrs-
.-- u s 1
d cm: it the l.i-t Saturd.ay
1 'J games for each club
The old board of dir. ctois
was chosen excipt thid New York takes
the i h.cc of Washington. The mataiati.
adjourued to meet March " at New York.
Plunged Over a Clin.
Wutl u.no, W. Va., Nov. IS. A bad acci
dent occurred on Caldwell's run, a
mile cast of town, yesterday. T. J. Wen
dell and Henry Buch, expressmen, were
driving on the road when their horses be
came frightened and threw tho wagon
over a chtl twenty feet high. Both horses
were killed and Wendell and Buch fright
fully crushed. Their id juries are probably
New Y'okk, Nov. 18. Henry Yillard
gave a dinner at Sherry's last night to
prominent Democrats and members of the
Democratic national committee. Presi
dent-elect Cleveland was there.
Ss!f praise is no recommendation, but
there are times when one must permit a
person to tell the truth about himeclf
When what he bsvb is supported by the
test:mony of others lo reasonable man
will doubt his word. Now, to sy that
Allcoi k b porous plasters are the o.dy
genuine and reliable porous plasters
made is cot Etlf praise in the slightest
dtgree. They have stood the test for
over 30 years, and in proof ol their
merits it is. oniy Lecest-arv to cull mt;n
tion to ihe cures tbej httve tfftc'til and
lo the volunttiry testimonials of those
who have used them.
Beware of imitations and do not be
deceived by misrepresentation. A k for
Allcot k's, hnd let no solicitation or ex
planation induce you to accept a Buhsti-
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At never before
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1809 and 1811 Second Avenue.
314 BRADY STREET,
Tie Fall and Winter Goods are now DAVEltfOIiT,
In. Eenirmbtrr we are Ehtwirg the kitet ard most varied
asEortment of Dcmestio and JiiFoKTKrj pocda in the three
titles. Suits made to your measure from $20 to 10; Trou-pt-rs
made to your measure $5 to f 12.
We will occupy our new
and Twenty-third St., and
Fifth Avenue Pharmaey.
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We can't help talking about 'em; they are
going this weather like hot cakes.
A Special Sale this Week.
2500 fine stylish garments, with and without fur,
at $2850, 22.50, 18.00, 15.75, 14.25, 10.25, 8.25,
7.50, 6.75 and 5.95.
You will save at least $4 to
S10 on each garment you
buy from us.
ELEGANT LINE OP
Aillinery Always the
best at the lowest Drices.
We are the People.
is reserved for
for Ten vears,
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store, cor.of Fifth avenue
will beknown as the
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