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STATE JOtrroiAT THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 23. 1891.
M0I1EYFRP WHISKY Internal Eeverma Receipts Are Now Unusually Large. Tliey Are Expected to Eeach ! 015,000,000 by Saturday. ! WILL THEN TALL OFF. Distillers Getting Ready for the New Tariff Bill. Washington, Aug-. 23. Receipt from internal revenue sources con tinue to be abnormally large with, every prospect of continuing so until the new tarifE bill goes into effect. During the last seven working day from August 15, the receipts have reached the unprecedented sum of 11,000,122, and it is confidently ex pected that by next Saturday night at midnight, when the new act will become operative, th aggregate re ceipts for the precedirg tea days will have reached S15, 000,0 JO. These larje receipts under the cir cumstance's are deprecated by the treasury officials, who liken the situa tion to that of the poor man paying 10 per- cent per morth on money upon which to livd. The rea son for this is that tho aid coming- to the treasury this way is only tempo rary at best, and will add to the deficit later on, for on every gal lon of whisky now being with drawn the poverament, sooner or later, is bound to lose 20 cents. As soon os the tariff bill poes into operation the receipts from this source are expected to drop down to a merely nominal amoant and so con tinue some months, until the great supply now being1 laid in is exhausted. These abnormal receipt have swelled the cash balances of the treasury to nearly $131,Ouo.OOO. At the same time the gold reserve is slowly increasing until it has nowreaihed about $54, 000,000. This increase is due almost entirely to. the Western demand for small notes with which to harvest the crops. Under the terms of the special cir cular issued by the United States treasury in June last, small notes are exchanged only for gold and very substantial sains are now being1 re ceived daily from this source. The demand for small not ss has not yet set in from the South, but the move ment of cotton n v beginning is ex pected to bring iii considerable sums of gold so that for the present at least, the emlarrassn.ents which have threatened the treasury have passed by. - ERRORS IX TAftlFF BILL. Bat Tlircn That Can ilv tb Treasury Officers Adj Concern. WAsnn-QTOY. Aug. 23. The legis lative and engrossing clerks of the senate have been com paring the state ment of errors in the new tariff bill made in various papors and say there are only three or fjur errors that need to give officers of the treasury any concern. These are the paragraphs relating- to free ad mission of alcohol in the arts; the diamond schedule and perhaps the omission of a period in the para graph relating to stamping foreign manufactures. Even in the case of diamonds they believe the construc tion placed will be that intended by congress and they will pay the duty imposed on precious stones. As to the other errors enumerated, it is claimed by these clerks that by no 6V"stem of construction can the al leged mistakes in punctuation be made to either impose higher duties or allow the free adriission of articles named. Members of the finance com mittee are of the sa ne, opinion. CHA.MJLKR OBJECTED. Xld Not Want the Tariff Alcohol Error Corrected In His Absence. Washixgto.v, Aug, 23. Before the telegraphing for absentees yesterday the Democratic leaders made an especial appeal to the Republicans to permit the bill to correct the error with reference to a.cohol in the arts to go throufh wit'. tout objection in the absence of a quorum. It appears, however, that when Senator Chandler went away he left behind him a re quest that the bill should not be taken up in his absence, and the Re publican senators are guarding this request. The Democratic senators now threaten to ret:tl.ate by tak ng up the supplemental tariir bills an I trying to pass thorn in case they suc ceed in getting a cuorum, but they realize that there s re many difficul ties in the way of putting such a pro gram into effect, and did not resolve upon any definite action -beyond ex erting themselves to the utmost to se cure the attandance of a quorum. CLEVELAND KErCRXS. The Fmldent l:etun. From Ills Trip to Gray 'JaLlea. WAsntKOToy. Aug. 23. President Cleveland returned to Washington at 6:30 last night from his few days" rest at Gray Gables. He was accom panied by Secretary Liraotit, who met him at New York.aad by Dr. O'Reilly, : who went away from Washington with him. So far ns appearances can indicate, the president has evidently prolited by his short trip. English Wool 0hi Cp In Price. Washi-gtojt, Abj. 23. The antici pated enactment of the new tariff bill has effected the wool market in Eng land, according t a report to the state department from United States Consul Meeker at Bradford. It has caused quicker rates than ever known before; buyers are eager to anticipate a brisk demand from the United States and farmers were anxious to turn their fleeces into ready " money. The prices showed an average advance of J'rtile" a pound over last year, caused by the tariff bill changes, as the consumption of the home Arade did but i rii ha advance. SONS OP YET E HANS. tTixm aw RItaal Adopt.it fcy tb Z? -Tempo rt Encampment. Davenport, Iowa, A up. 23. At the aational encampment Sons of Vet erans yesterday consideration of the three degree ritual was concluded nd the ritual was referred back to the committee on ritual and cer smonies to make certain changes. The commandery then entered upon the consideration of a revision of the digest, or blue-book of the order, of which a complete revision is proposed, to bring it down to date. The Ladies' Aid society spent the morning set tling disputed points in the dicers' reports. At the afternoon seas on of the com mandry in chief, the most important legislation of the meeting so far was passed. The constitution was amend ed to provide for the reduction of the age of eligibility from 21 to 13 j-ears of age; placing regiments of Sons of Veterans guard under jurisdiction of sixty three commanderies thus doing away with the guard as a national or ganization, admitting to meetings of camps as visitors all 'honorably discharged Union soldiers and sail ors, instead of only members of the Grand Army; providing for fenl instead of spring inspections; allow ing division commanderies to establish permanent quartermaster's Lead quarters; revoking the appeal of re moved appointees, and making the rank of past officers good in the divis ion to which they remove. The third degree ritual was resubmitted by the committee on rituals and ceremonies and was adopted. TEXAS CONGRESSMEN. Faschall's Tots for Fre Wool Defeats Him for K.nomlDation. Washington, Aug. 3. The Texas delegation in congress is receiving retunrs from a number of con gressional conventions in the state now being held. Representative Pas chall was defeated for renomi nation, the wool question being the main cause of his defeat. It is a large wool growing district. Mr. Paschali voted for free wooL The candidate nomi nated is not an advocate of free wool. Representative Cockrell's conven tion has adjourned until August 30, after balloting ineffectually. Mr. Cockrell was within four and one-half votes of the two-thirds majority at the time of the adjournment. Representative Kilgore's convention is in session, but no word has been received from it. DEADLY GASOLINE ST0YE A. Mother an 1 Two Children Fatally Burned at St. Joseph. St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 23. Yester day afternoon Mrs. Soars attempted to l'ght a gasoline stove. She had her 9-months-old babe in her arms, and Ethel, her 3-year-old daughter, was clinging to her skirt when the stove exploded. The fluid was thrown over them and all three terribly burned. The infant was burned to death, the mother so badly birned that she will not recover, and the little daughter terribly burned. The house was burned to the ground. Senator Oaay's TsriiT Speech. Washington', Aug. 23. The Con gressional Record yesterday morning contained eighty-five pages of Senator Quay's speech, which has been iu serted under the "leave to print" privilege granted several weeks ago. Representative Brosius takes advan tage of the leave to print granted by the house when the tariff bill was passed to insert a speech loaded with campaign poetry. There are twenty five selections of various kinds, some being dialect verses, others straight doggerel. Disappearance of a. Salesman. Joflix, Mo., Aug. 23. Walter Tay lor, salesman for the Interstate oil company is missing. He left for Kan sas City a week ago and has not been heard from, llis friends and relatives can find no explanation for his aV sence. His accounts have been inves tigated and found all right. BRIEFS BY WIRE. Roswell P. Bishop of Ludington was nominated for congressman from the Ninth Michigan district on the 133th ballot. O. Wirt of Council Bluffs, who was shot in both arms when riding to Cripple Creek Tuesday night, will probably lose his left arm. He is a man of means and a nephew of the late James G. Blaine. It is reported that Grand Duke Paul Alexandroviteh, the youngest brother of the emperor, is betrothed to Prin cess Maud, the youngest daughter of the prince of wales. Further proceedings in the quo warranto proceedings affecting the Pullman company's charter, which were to have begun Wednesday, were continued, owing to the absence of Attorney General Maloney. It is probable that no further action will be taken for several weeks. In St. Louis, Mo., the triennial chapter of the Order of St. Francis met at the Franciscan convent at M er rimac street and Com pton avenue for the purpose of electing a new father provincial and several definitures or directors, and to appoint the superiors and pastors for each of the houses un der their control. The men in session represent all branches of the order in the country. Senator Gorman and Speaker Crisp had a long conference yesterday and the matter of early adjournment was discussed. It was believed by the Democratic leaders that a business quorum cannot be longer maintained in either house, and that it would be well to have an early adjournment, and that it should come as soon at the tariff bill is finally settled. Kear Lamoure, N. D., the boiler of a threshing engine on a farra ex ploded, instantly killing John Land and Louis Berg. The latter was blown 100 feet and frightfully man gled. Four men were more or less injured. In Berlin the Vorwarts (Socialist organ) publishes the summons for the annual Socialist congrasa, which will open in Frankfort-on-th --Maia Octo-ber21- HE IS AB00DLER. Bosewater Denounces Republi can Candidate for Governor. Saj-s Majors Has Been an Ac cessory to Forgery. CONSORT OF B00DLERS His Nomination Secured by Professional Bribe Givers. Omaha, Neb., Aug. 23. Tho letter of Editor Itosewater of the Omaha Bee, in which he resigned from the Republican committee because of the nomination of T. J. Majora for governor, created a pro found sensation. Mr. Rosewater ex plained that he was too loyal a Republi can to support Majora. Continuing he said: "The action of your convention impels me to tender my resignation as national committeeman. You have nominated a man for governor who has been branded as an accessory to forgery and perjury by a Republican congressional commit tee, of which Hon. Thomas B. Reed was chairman, a man who stands self con victed of falsifying official records and procuring the issue of a fraudulent voucher while acting in the capacity of president of the state senate; a man who has consorted with boodler and jobbers and converted the room of the lieutenant governor at the capitol of the state into a den of debauchery; a man who has been the pliant tool of the railroads, in season and out of season, and whose nomination was procured by the com bined influence of corporate cappers, professional bribe givers, jury fixers and impeached state house official. "I cannot and never will ask any self respecting Republican who loves his state and country and desires to perpet uate the free institutions under which we live, under a republican form of gov ernment, to help rivet the chains of sub serviency to corporate monopolies and tyranny upon the people of this common wealth. "Believing it my sacred duty to up hold the standard of true republicanism at any sacrifice, I desire to be freed from all restraint which might be imposed upon me by remaining on the national committee. E. Rosewater. After some delay the resignation was accepted and Hon. John M. Thurston of Omaha elected to fill the vacancy. The work was smooth sailing after this inter ruption and the following ticket was completed without friction: For governor, Thomas M. Majors; lieu tenant governor, Ii. E. Moore; secretary of state, J. t. Piper; auditor, Eugene Moore; state treasurer, Joseph 8. Bart ley; superintendent of public instruc tion, H. ii. Corbett; attorney general, A S. Churchill; commissioner of public lands and buildings, U. C RuaselL jiUiiT CLOSE SUNDAY. A Galeslur$r Cattiolic Priest Mates a 15 Iff Fight on Saloon-Keepent, Galfsbcro, 111., Aug. 23. Father Jo seph Coaia is leading a bitter war on Caihotic saloon-keepers and bartenders here who violate the law. Of late there has been open violation of the law against the sale of intoxicants on Sun day, and reports of this had reached the priest. He said that Satolli's letter had nothing to do with his criticisms. The priest became much excited in his sermon on Sunday and he told the saloon-keepers that their actions were a disgrace and a scandal to the Catholic church and a violation of its principles. He charged them with decoying young men into their saloons on Sunday. He flatiy told them that they should either quit violating the law or leave the church, and that he would no longer ad minister the sacrament to them unless they obeyed the ordinances. The priest has also taken steps to organize a tem perance society and secure an address by the Rev. J. M. Cleary, president of the American Total Abstinence union. COLORED PYT1IIANS. Their Entire Organization 15,000 Strong to He Brought Into One Body. Ixdiasafolis, Ind., Aug. 23. The convention of international colored Knights of Pythias yesterday adopted a unification resolution. This report is taken as the official views of the order of the United States. The con vention refused to approve any of the four factions which now exist. The result of the action in adopting this report will be to bring the colored Knights, 15,000 strong, into one boly within a few months. Mi Head Was Severed. Mexico, Mo., Aug. 23. Jake Morris, j a young man about 17 years old, who : resides two and one-half miles east of here, jumped on a freight train to i ride from the depot to his home. His : body was found at Farber, twenty-five ', miles east. His head was severed : from his body and he was also cut in , two. He evidently tried to get off the ! train while it was moving. I Newspaper Office liurned. j Skdalia, Mo., Aug. 23. At 4 o'clock i yesterday morning the office of the : Western World, the organ of the col , ored people of Central Missouri, ; which is located in Waldron's 'hall, in i Lincolnville, a suburb of this city, was destroyed by fire. The fire waa of incendiary origin, i ! Killed by a Runaway Team. Jefferson City, Ma, Aug. 23. I. N. Gibson, a farmer 65 years old, and who lived eighteen miles south of this city, was killed last evening by a runaway team. He was quite a prom inent man in the vicinity where he lived. F. M. Cole, who has just been released from the county jail, where he was con fined for selling liquor, wants to say that Jailer Burdge's treat of the prisoners is "batter than could be expected." This rather offsets some of the other stories. The best tone 1 piano in the city is handled by Babcock & Frost, its the Weber. A TANGLE OF BED TAPE. (Tarrant Issued Acalust Eieta and Ills Companions Cannot Be Served. Sas Fbajtsisco, Aug-. 23. The sin gular international complications in rolvinf the liberty of General Antonio Ezeta and his fellow refugees, which tare been so prolific of opera bouffe sensations, developed a new tangle af conflicting authority yesterday. Warrants were finally issued for the arrest of the refugees, but the local federal authorities got tangled up in jrovernment red tape and the war rants could not be served. United States Marshal Baldwin, irmed with the authority of the fed eral courts, set out to have the refu gees brought within the jurisdiction af the law, but he ran up affainst Captain Howison, the naval officer who commands at Mare Isiand navy yards. Captain Howison declared that he had no authority to furnish trans portation for the marshal, and he re fused to place that official on board the Bennington. Without the assistance of the navy department the marshal could not reach the gunboat. In the first place, the law allows the marshal but S3 for serving each warrant, and under this compensation be could not afford to hire a tugboat. Furthermore, Cap tain Thomas of the Bennington, has strict orders to receive no one son board his ship but accredited naval officers from Mare Island. Under these conditions the United States marshal must have the assistance of the naval authorities if he shall ever arrest the culprits of whom he is in pursuit. All the afternoon the mar shal and Captain Howison have been in telegraphic communication with their superiors at Washington. Judge Morrow of the United States district court issued the warrants for the arrest of the refugees yesterday morning. The written authority from Secretary Gresham, which bears date of August 11, and which was mailed from Washington, was placed in the hands of Judge Morrow by Eustorjio Calderon, who now represents the government of San Salvador at this port as consul. The complaints call for the extradition of Antonio Ezeta, Leon Bolanos, E. Jaccinto Colocho, Juan Cienfuegos and Florencio Busta maute. The accused are charged with being criminals and fugitives from justice. SUAVE TllEHSELVES NOW. Poison Got Mixed With the Face Powder In a Barber Shop. Red Oak, la., Aug. 23. A bit of care lessuess has nearly ruined the barber business in Atlantic. It was one of the best shops in town. The proprietor had been using Insect powder to kill flies, and in shooting it on the mirrors, got some of the poison in the bowls used for face powder, and did not notice it. For two days this mixed powder was used in pow dering patrons' faces after shaving. The insect poison was absorbed in the pores and produced local blood poisoning, re sulting in great irritation and breaking out There were a lot of sore faces and necks in Atlantic in consequence, and in the belief that it was barbers' itch, a panic among barber shop patrons en sued. One hardware store sold 150 razors in one day, and the barber shops were deserted. The breaking out did not last lung, and when its cause was discovered the panic ended. But mean while a number of those who had bought razors had learned to shave themselves satisfactorily, and will keep at it. LITTLE LORD FAUNTLER0Y lie is Seriously 111 With Typhoid Fever at Washington. Washington, Aug. 23. Vivian, the only son of Dr. and Mrs. Hodgson-Burnett, and the original of Mrs. Burnett's famous "Little Lord Fauntleroy." is dan gerously ill with typaoid fever. Dr. and Mrs. Burnett, who have been traveling in Europe, have been summon ed home. Young Burnett, who had this summer passed the the examination for Harvard, is an exceptionally bright and interesting youth, now 17 3-ears old. A Jadc-the-1ieic-Slasher. Fort Watse, Ind., Aug. 23. Fort Wayne has developed a fiend of peculiar species. Last night a num ber of ladies were frightened by a fellow who chased them. Yesterday Mabel Shelvey, aged 14, was followed by a man near the court house, who Beized her long flowing locks in one hand and slashed them off close to the head with a razor. The brute escaped. Mrs. A. L. Thomas was similarly attacked last Saturday, but escaped. The ladies can furnish no description of the man to aid in his arrest. . Mosely Opposed to Any Changres. Capoo, Ind. Ter., Aug. 23. Palmer Mosely, governor-elect of the Chicka saw nation, was in town yesterday. He stated emphatically that he was opposed to any chansre in the holding of land or the tribal affairs of the Chickasaw nation and will refuse to entertain any proposition from the Dawes commission leading to a change. He will qualify as governor the first Monday in September. The Choctaw nation is also opposed to treating with the Dawes commission. Biff Fires in the IClckapoo Country. Wichita, Kan., Aug. 23. A special dispntch says that miles upon miles of the Kickapoo country is on fire, tho reflection of which can be seen for forty miles. The grass in some places along the valleys was five feet high, and the. blaze is terrible in conse quence. It is said that the Indians set the country on fire purposely with a foolish hope of keeping out white settlers at the opening in October. The Fraser Murderers. Sedas, Kan., Aug. 23. Sheriff S. O. Hartzell arrived here last night with Wesley Best in custody, in addition to the five who were arrested Tuesday for the murder of John S. Frazer. Ex-Sheriff Richolson is expected in a day or two with Licklietor, from Muncie, Ind., and until he arrives nothing definite can be done. Shot His Stepson for a Dog-. Ottawa, Kan., Aug. 23. John Mor gan, living near Homewood, Franklin county, fatally shot his stepson, mis taking him for a dog. American Steam Laundry. 112 West 7th street, tele, 34L jTWO MORS CABLES TO EUROS' di Thm Will He twlr When ke Kw Ones Are in Operation. Two more cables are being laid across the Atlantic. There are at present ten cables connecting the old with the new world, but so rapidly has the cable business grown that they are inadequave to handle it all. Tne new cables were made by Siemens Bros. &. Co., whose factory at "Woolwich, England, has been working night and day to complete the order. The cable la being laid by the Fara day. When the shore end ia all paid oat it will be buoyed, and the 1,'ara day, comiegback some weeks or a month later, will look: around for the buoy in order to pick up the cab.o again. Thus, passengers across the At lantic may see a buoy awayoutia the ocean, but mariners will be warned to let it alone, as it imrks the end of one of the sections of the new cable. The Faraday can lay the deep sea portion of the cable at the rate of seven nautical miles per hour, pro ceeding under almost a full head of steam. The catde is simply paid out from the stei n like a rope. Occasion ally, however, the steamer will stop and pay out a lot of cable before pro ceeding. This is done where she comes to a clifT or sudden fall in tho bottom of the ocean, which is not level, as some people imagine, but has all the typographical features of dry land. The Faraday is provided with maps of the bottom of the ocean as ac curate as if made by submarine sur veyors. At all points it is sought to have the cable actually resting on the bottom and not stretch' nj from hill to hill. While the Faraday is laying the cable electricians on board are constantly keeping up communi- ti.tr, aim CABLE 18 CONSTRt'TSD. cation with the shore, so as to see that it is in good running order, and while In the nrdd e of the Atlantic the olKcers of thj saip may learn the latest news. Eye Service. There is nothing more humiliating to a right-minded person than to be watched. There is nothing more an noying to an employer than the spec tacle of men hard at Work in his presence, but Idle, or dilatory so t-oon as his back is turned. A man who is desirous'of earning his wages w rks at all times during business hours, but one whose chief anxiety is to d: aw his salary is better out of the way than in it, and is, moreover, dis honest. Whether tha engagement be lor one year or one week, the agreement, on the other hand, is to pay a certain sum for the services of an individual: on the other, to work faithfully and honorably for the said term. What would be thought of the employer who should, on pay day, withhold a portion of the salary by reason of the contract not being kept by the workman? Ha would be universally condemn ;d as mean be yond precedent, but is there any more justice or honor in frittering away an employer' time, or deceiving him by a pretended performance of work, than in withholding an employe's salary? None at all. Labor is hon orable, and the man who works for his living, whether with a pen or a hammer and ch sel, is to be respected, but no one respects a man who is constantly trying to evade his duty. Value of Salt for Bfieop. The American Sheep Breeder calls attention to this matter and says: FleDty of salt is a great preventive of disease. Witness the health of the flocks grazing on the salt grass es of the South Atlantic and Gulf coasts, and the "salt brush" of Ari zona. Though they may be 6lfghtly injured at first by the excess of &alt in this class of regulation, ultimate ly they ceae to be affected by it. and thenceforth they are almost wholly exempt from mobt diseases which as sail their kind. The uniform reply of shepherds on the ranges of Florida wiiere the salt crystals can some times be seen on the gras ner the coast to questions as to their heal th, is "There is nothing ever the matter with them." Of course, this does not apply to those exceptional regions where the mysterious "salt sick" p -vails, which, o far as understood, s induced by a lack of salt, not by an excess of it. A Seaman's Frolic. . A seaman was fined at Birming ham, Lnland, lor interfering with the comfort of railway passengers. He stepped out of an epre?s train while it was traveling fifty mil s an hour and wanciered a ong the foot board. One lady, who stopped th train, was greatly alarmed at seein his face apjear before tae window ut her carriage. Simple Eaoagb. Some time ago a hospital pbysi clan, after laboring indefatiably to extract a marble from a child s throat, rushed to his cmce after more instruments. After he was gone, a police officer who had witnessed the doctor's unsuccessful efforts, turneu the child upide down, shook it by its heels; and out dropped the mar ble. Hardy Old F'ellow. Alexander Brownlie, of Tumut. JJew South Wales, who has reached tr e venerable age of 76, was lost re cently while prospecting in the range, and wandered absolutely withou' food for eight days. But he had water to drink and a pipe to smoke, and he came back to civilization, if net well, at least alive, i Anno I rrjo ; !ylUyiDLsCnoa I Kitch3ll -a Marburg, AGEIITS, 529 EMiSAS AE. You have your troubles, but w have the remedy. We know this because ladies who us tell us so. If you are not fully convinced of its merits, c&U. sorat of your friends about it. Soma of them, probably, have used it. We are willing to stand or fail on the testimony of ladies who have used Viavi. You should profit by their experience. Dor?ft Rosb blindly Into IL Inform yourscl fully. "Be sure you are right, then go ahead." 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A fall lino r llomropslhlo 3Ie.dle.inm. ems BROADWAY AND ELEVENTH ST., (Opposite tirncn Church.) HEW youix. E0033 $1.0! PIS DAT EPI7A113. The most CntraPy loi-.afcl hotl In fin o'ty, enmli:i;iel on Uiw l.iir"i -ari .;m. t rirloi-:t'a pr chs. iic'rin.y n.ar.i S.y a iif w a.i I liau oni additio . ilia. lu .' Us former :.ip ic It. Hip nw lllnlut ito?n is on of tli M:st .'niuiunf ruM.niitl I k.ior. '. i i n in till, (.mil.. try. WIL TAYLOH. MM 1 1 r $ fc- r - -yv Cltt-JvMAKKr:T ttLTRQMP,-Toptka'Kas. C all for Cubeb Cough Cur and Insist upon having nothing elne. 25 aud GO cebt bottle. Try it and if it is not a we say the best remedy of the kind hi tho world we ask you to condemn it to all your friends. Sold by Kowley Bros. Small in fize, great in results: Da Witt's Little Early Kiaer. Beat pill for Constipation, beat for Hick Headache best for Sour Stomach. J. K. Jouea. The finest fruit Pies nd puddings to e had in this city U at VVhitneya only, IbO Kaunas avenue. Read the "Wants." Many of them are interedtin? as new iteuii. tio if ii St. D Hotel