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B,4r': Esom.Promlneat ActrewMftaa their. Domestio- vfiJJF JF Ik IsfcilHBflE vtlta JW" 5lV J l''--Jk ie S Intet-rfeivf With Col. IpcenoU m tb iyry " 'it-Hs! VK r TrlbnlAUoB. -S VJT T reyswllaWYTO SSV " VNJ ot WorldiS-Girla. " 'S, :' WM stEwl '"l"",""m",,,"""l,""""""""' r..M.M.......M... ...,......,... H flHk PRICE Oiy CENT. . NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1889. PRICE ONE CENT.1 JlH m HERE IS QUEER TALK! flt ' ' 9BsI' i letf Froilneat northern Democrat H;' t Kelteiw His Mind In 'IH'P Washington. !: j B :. OBITIOISnTG- THE SOLID SOUTH. ' IMj I'1 WMb Particular Ueforenoe to Alleged JHn i Arrogance In Congress 1 S i) " L0K AT THE H0USE COMMITTEES 'J IQB- JXera Suing of Hit Phraeee "Every jRKHb Xmporfant Cctnmllln Either Headed or HK'H ControtTvd iy flouttern Democrat fKHH " r fiu(Aern Democrat wire 4t a SlJawPamW? '" Minority, in Ftiei, the Total Tote of the Party " " J7ie Jtfen We Hate Re: cued from the Satrap ItuXa of Itecen-ja-ilBBjfL flmell jirroflato o T7iemelr ; ''lBiijk' .ft -B' State in the Jlouee They Bought to '''fufiLtih Deetroy "-Other Tory Acrid Bentl- 1)jpnH ment Alleged Influence of All Thte SbI'i'RIB "" JJecewt jmetlon. ,.fVij . Oqtot Uiemoit prominent Demoenti of U HjV, Ktb k! ezpreue4 iomo tarprUlng opinion oon- fliPP ewoe Uitt Bolld BoQtn"laa Interne with I ' "a fA&taCt00 ooTKiponOent ot Tni Wobld, ) 'lj! C (IceUiei tnat (He southern Democrat, while I H$l tensing only a minority ot the partj, hue arro h WmSk te1 tathemietret tho bet offlces in Cointreau, I Avfl nd ttt ,tlBlr tranllnenM nt4 TerJ decided 1 BKlt t effect on the election, ne oompuiniot tuerele- SFr B!09 r veU-known DemocraU of the North to l 'H1 frter posts, wd thlnM that UltUe more modeity '' '' I Wf cn ttM part of Bontnern iMAen la desirable. t IHu fncill, TO TDB WOKI.D.1 I ln . WBHixorojf, Hot. 80. The following Intertjaw 1 El WM ita here yertrtaj Tn Would correa. ! - 'BBlJ poadent rf Itn one of the most prominent andln- ) iDlli fjnentlal Democrata in. toe United sutes. Bonu 1 'flly fc ' 0T'r Qu,lTter oentary on ot the :'mjfc, reeofnlaed leaders of tho party. It his name 1 f5 canlrfbe used It would gre the Terr greatest iflV political welsht to hi ntlerances. Bla reason for ' IwM notpermHtlsgliUnaaetq too attached tothsin- muK Mtir wlu suffldentlj obrlons after reaolcg Im' Whit he has to sir. After be bad expressed Mm.' 1 11 1 1 to the way herein elyea and tie" correspooilent M's I)dtrnt,.cmtbeuterfletrp't(rasnbmlttedto v Bk bto to oorrtotlon orrerlslon. It Is pnhllshedln i .! ''i'P1' Wowo a thus rsTlaed and lsglrea simply ts j fU' HE o prt ot ih,e current comment upon the political dB-.'jP- sit nation, and from a person Justified by bis post t feJlt 'tJaajntie party to, bat Ms Tlem go before the : ' ' " In reply to the inquiry as to what be considered, ' HfiF bres4 We la the campaign Just dosed, be said: mht' ' ,TI!B re lMe, ta I?''2dPnent wu !& III reform, and It has won. But underlying tba If!' v Issue wu another wbicb came closer to the leart, C,'j ft84 thoughts ot many TOter, and that was a feel- I m' 1 ' ?f flSH Motloaallam bad began to dominate la out P.!1 paity. as we must frankly admit It did, as la the, Sui ante-bellum days. f Isii) "Tiottmust remember that In this campaign tbej t 1WI great aim of the Republican party was to meet seo- ' Fdfi tlonallsm wllhiectloaalUm. They found a solid i' Myl'i South arrayed against them, led on by gentlemen ' 9nfi - Ppml.Pent ,n uoesslon. It was i, Imkjt J charged that these gentlemen yttxe. doing, or at. AB?J Ji tssapttng to do, oorertiytbat which they utterly 17 i f 1 " '-i to'acoompllib in the field. It was argaed- MW " ffM6?' IrgrettoT suceessfnlljr In many i '1 ' tcelM ?" wero trTlS to ruin the North-' flWd - era Industrie la tetsliatlon for the defeat pfaeses; ( Mm ' slon, It was proclaimed tn erery hamlet of the H.fnj 'North during the campaign tb$t the Southern -l Btates were, a arrogant now as "they were In 1.8Sit I Hm I ' BAd 13 proof of that, the organization of the Eouii 1 j , of ,ie'presntauf os was addnced, and' the appoint. V I 1 Beats (o our pregn missions, in both of which y U ) brsnebts, Itmuatbe confessed, the Southern ele I ,1 I J meat largely predominated, much mora so than , ,-) , the numerical Toteot the party" in the South, as I Wtm ieo)psred wjti) tpe pemocratl'o Tote in the North- f) ( ftrn States, "wpuid entitle them to. fhe Southern " H Democrat are Inthe'minotity, in fact, la the total '? tP'ftof (he Dt mocra'tlo party, but the largo pre- $ H iff i poaderane of 'the former element a oracial post- I H'4l ! tlflfl Isnt'a great deal of' streagth, to the charge of H' ( arenswai of ante-bellum arrogance on tailr patu H 51) TBS BODTU JN COKdBSSS. I Hi . itEeferrlog to the llousq o Bepresentatlres, mtf lookattheoompositlbnot the committees.' Srary Hj'j Important committee Is either Beaded or controlled H ) I bj a preponderance' of Boujh'ti 'Democrats, You M will" find ihe Northern Democrats relegated to the ' ' Hf J unimportant positions. 'Hy " There Is the Ilouao with a southern Democrat, ' ,HH though a Unionist during ilte' war, as Its epeakcr. I' ,bH ThffsajeDIty.apucpmmltttes wltft thirty -four i (n!) Chairmen glren o the Bopth, In th,e thirty-tour H),1 tTwT Uotiorfaaf oommitee In tb, Uonne'ls'ln- I H ) o)aad eiceptone. and that is the Appropriation , 'Hj ' Cftomlttee,' And, although, ll' fian4ll 1 he I J ,H Chairman, tho fire leading members after bWVp JI'Kjj M al Koutbera Democrats, esch one of whom is in B9 aJtweji'htr asub-commltteoorthechairm'npta ,) l , i' mtt-eemmiuae. .,-. 'H9 I The South predominates in tb otqeers and. HB .' rmplojees pi tue Home in sbout the same p;o- lf'-'BBai c Wloa. If notmoreso, aslntHecommlitte The !,V leHKl asme proportion Is to bo obnrved throughout the Y'RI ' tnreu oa Pf laclpal clerks ot the exeo- XjMffi wire denartBtesis, except la the War and Nary, JUtP? Where naral and military offloen are at the h4 ) iLKli ' ,( s'os d,CImatUai obserrabldiatb , Ljll PrtHHil foreign muttons and the blgUerooesu- RlV 1 the two, a,ppolntmtaU to tb Supreme ' H'JM . sd by a present Administration, tap 't HtAXk t1on from the South was lar from being a iKJiwlV W ! ?? lgc-lat of abliity.exuesseiy mei. i BKjS 'If bs been schlered byUSsHi i iBli WH Hffftont ysra, ster the loasreHre. OHltl WI( '" mit n n,r wni "la the 'He. ; ,.H pshllcans en the stump, would b the rcsaltota I 'BA MWieRare pf o, pqy dominated by such as sis- ii'lAI la "''ajak-., ,!.-, t -- -' :iitiif.iii Wber lb DemocraUo patty (a largely composed ot the Union veteran ot thjit Tax. tnt bouts m rsa rcimv Instead of being addresud onthetarlir ques tion by such DemocraU U Randall, H. H. Cox. Ilolman, Oen. Collins,, ilr. ItusseU and other prominent leaders who hid maintained the psrty and fonght IU battles while tbes SeoessipBlau were trying to destroy tl Unionby tb men who rescued the seceded Staies front the anarohyaad robbery ot rsconatraoUon, and who mac it notsl ble tot the return to power of tb present domi neering element-to North wsa ailed during the campaign with such speakers as Mill, the Breck. inrtdges, Ucllliiln and Allen-ln fact, the cowrie which, it U unbappuj self-endent, ruled not only lathe counsels of tb White House, but in the popular branch of tb Legislature. "To the lntelllrtnt. Industrial mind of the North, there wss something grotesque In a tariff reform measure from tb interior of Texas,. mto. cateaby 'bine grass' stateamen and cotton grow ers. "Take, fortnsUno th condition ot affairs tn the Ilouse during the last few Congresses. What a seemingly perennial cry has been continued against Mr. Randall. While Mr. RaaOalll polloy Is not tn the tin ot freo trade,' It can hardly be said that b la not a tariff reformer, and as snob entitled to consideration from the party for bis loyalty to It Yet these Southern leaders, as yon know, proposed to read him out of the party, tb rssirr BILL. Then there is 'Banter Cox, certainly a typical rerenue reformer. What position does he occupy tn tbe counsels ot the party t Who has fosgbt Its battles longer or more eloquently or more success fully than bo t lie Is a gentleman who has seen more Congressional service than any man In the Ilouse now, excepting, perhaps, Mr. Kelley. And yet k what position was he relegated In the pres ent Congress T Ono would bare expected a tariff reform bin to bavo beta incomplete without hi counsel and motterband at the framing. Tet we do not hear that be or air, Randall, leaden ot op poalte schools of thought, were consulted st tbe White Ilonie on this question, or were invited to the preliminary pr any other deliberation, lq tbe House or out, on measures tor tariff reform. Intact, speaking ot Coxi in my judgment, and I think I am not alone In this thought, be should, by every right, bar been tendered tbe Chairman ship of the Ways and Means Committee, ss tbe succcasorot Mr. Hewitt, tn this Congress from New York City, and. who would have been the chairman had be not resigned, to take the Mayoralty of New York. Instead, Mr, Cox was, cashiered, so o speak, asa Junior member-below tbe MMses, the Uoilllllna, the Breckinridge and other ex-Cou-federates, 'There la Mr. Uolman, who is certainly entitled tea much more Important position than Chairman of tbe Committee on Public Lands. He should bay bad something more congenial to his ben,!, as evidenced by bts long career as the falthfus, wa,tch dog ot tbo Treasury. 1 what Hionr nara nirrxuaD, if instead or the Miiis bill u.bad been a Itan daH measure,' a Cox bill, a Bcptt bill or a Springer bill, It would have been far more acceptable to the voter throughout th country, especially the farm era In, the North, as there would have been noth ing la tho" name, or lntho composition pf the train ers,, to have offended tbe loyal prejudices ot tbe Dcmqcrato so)ders. ren Republicans who, favof aa extensive tanff reform-nutd they are many, u coming legislation will prove dia not like the Idea of having a reform bin come from an arrogant Southerner Inflated with th crude economlp Ideas of bla region. , Aslhavaatld, those things all tend to revive the memories of tbe war sad enlisted a sectional feeling that otherwise would have remained dor mant. " ' ifliw tous crrr hot to plant 1 1 have seen In alleged interviews with Mr. Mills that he lays the blame of Cleveland's defeat upon New York City. In oonverf ationi I bavo b d with gentlemen from that city and who I am sure know whereof they speak, I am firmly convinced that there 1 no foundation for Mr. Mills's Idea. Hut, if his Interviews be true, I think It comes with Ul grace from him to chargo Now York "city with trading, when tbe result shows thst Clever land's vote' of 1884 was largely Increased. I say that this come with 111 grace from Mr. Mills in face ot the fact, as I am Informed, that he and others were petted and overwhelmed with atten: tlons which I have beard it ststed were denied to New York mtn end Democrats at tbe National Uefdauarters. From my information U would, item If there be fault to and with New York, that Is to b traced to the leaders of the "party and tho .Mugwumps' pf Brooklyn. They vpre tpq fsTorltM of the White House. My information leads me to believe strongly thst it is an undenia ble fact that Tammany Hall, thp solid wall, as II were, or the democracy of 'the dty of New York. , got little or nothing" in the distribution prpapon age; nor could any of Its, leaarf p'arjkoefeptthe crumbs'that'wer inept from the of uu(eous repast syre'a'o; before thf So'pthern 'Democracy. '" T ' DiVK iibJtTnBKhl tEilS3 BEStf lONpElpT' " Recurring again, to the House, th fapt is Pfttent that'fhere has been no obance "tere for any 'self respecting Northern Democrat, What Was the ctuse of the frequent absence from 'the House of such men as Coctrani Collins,' Huaaell 'and MoKlsioyf it was apparent tg sn observer tljst there was att air of chilly repulsion .toward the Northern leaders from the Chair all last congress and fjofltlje ruling coterte which hai jhe yb(te House and jhp Speier' gici, and it was this thai nlpe to deeat usl And ffon some things f have recently Heard'and read this trjith Is' grad. oally sweeping through (he mluds ot Northern Democratic voters. I say jo Thb Wobld that un less soma one, rises to call, a halt against the arro gance.aud aif tatlon 6? such combination within the party, th' organisation of thp flfVtrPrst Cpn . crate, It It should, be. lit the bands of the pemoersts, will be more nnbiushingiy sectional,' (f that r?v possible, than heretofore. MTb. President's almost axiomatio phrase, thst It Is a ppndttiqa and. not a theory (hit confront V. is truism, and the voter of the D enh pave dmgs;trte4 by the returns of the late, eiectipn tht they thoroughly understood he pqndlUon. Our defeat In the campaign Just cf ted wl!) prove very bensflclal to tbe party If It Till only teacb tbo ' solid, Uouth' little of the virtues or modeffly apd modctayou. tor never agalt in our lifetime will tbo 'solid South' achieve too prom inence and Influence at which It so enccettsiolly aimed la tb patt. In other words, to us a homely phrase. In tbo hoar of prosperity the South tried to be oS more then it could chew. Or sgsin, thp Boutberntrlgidiofs' max the Northern Peatpq. rscy'very'tirei ' it is very f aligning ttthg nt'ep whom we have rescued from the satrap rule' of r- construction should arrogate to themselves thp best sesU la tbe boos of their fathers, whloji they sought to destroy, and to which -Lhey bavp been relnvited in all the amplitude of perfect ma aest? and Democratic ffateralty." - (icttlaa- yttftdy fp.r ( BI!pj (KCCUb ) TW nOSLD.1 WUHjtjifte,, f T:PwmeoHHf Belmoat, recently MMtttat4 HMHi fq 8rln, to-dys-psM4, aft. Ml Mtwqld 4t, la ts pmt ------ UajaUa al sftaaasalial sUlA. VMM IsMiallAS MsM"MJBrvxAfggyfci, f ttWrTI r , i , , 't i .ft j AT THE WIND-UPe How the Weary . Pedestrians at Madison Squaro Gardon AroExpeoted to Look at To- Nitfitfs Finish. EIGUT DE1TUS TO AN8WEB FOB. Tbe Calumet atlno Aanln Set qn fire Er fct on tho Market. faricux to tes wobi&I ' Cilcmst, Mich., Nor. 80. Shortly after mid night this morning tbe news that the calumet and Hecla mine was again on are was spread about the aleepliut village and It was quickly proven a true Report. There were only too miners and tint bermtn at wpri; in the Calninet part) ot the mine, pn account of the holiday, and the incendiary fd aa excellent opportunity to are the mine," ' Thp are was found shortly after 11 o'clock at nJghVbf three tlmbermeq on the'ilx'th level of No. 8 shaft. An attempt to get water to throw pa tit aa'tneaahbwed that the water pipe baa ' beea out t tbe ris,fcpt their "Uvea, tfteaq throe, brave' men parted, and running through" different pajlflMtho Immense mine, tola th nunsnt 0 hn f or their lives. Tbey supposed "that everyone. In the mine' was warned, 'and were among' the last to come to (be Bnrfs.ce. They found then thst eight men wero, missing. An Inquiry showed thst tbeso men wero, working fa the main engine shaft 1,700 'feet down 'in tbe mine. Hour after bout passed and the men did not ap pear. It u certain that they are lost and probably Sere suffocated while trying to escape.' 'The en's names, aa far as can be learned, are: Andbiw IUnsok. ' Andrew Karruuuina. WiLUiV ttumtf, married. Jama Usbsuo, married.' T AtrroKto Msttsiiabem, married. JOnN'VAMDXKlILT, single. ' The names of the other two men cannot be ob tained. Many of the men who got out had a very narrow escape. Had the are occurred on any other night the loss ot life would haveaeen mncn greater, a many men Would have bten'st work In the dpepest part of the mine. When the men were coming out of tbe mine a heavy volume of amoks and spark Issued from tea moutn al No, 8 shaft, showing thst th nsmes were coming upwsrd rapidly and feeding on the dry timbering on the sides of the abaft The shsft Was covered with 'timbers and dirt, but the dense smoke continues to pour through the crevices.' Tbe nsmes are closer to the snrfsco than in the. past ores, therefore it will be easier to extinguish this Are. iAU openings will be closed and cirbollo add gas farced down to displace the oxjgen. Thl method ' of flfthtlntr underground - ore has been twice' tried1 before eoccesstnily, but It takes several months. It will be necessary tq cloao the shaft of the Uacla portion of tho mine and thirteen shafts in all will be dosed. Many miners will 'be put st work 'In the Booth Utcu mine, which bsi no underground connection with the main mine. ' , Tho rate or production axed by the French syn dicate can be maintained from 'the Bomb Hecla alone for several months, but the merest la wagrs Which wss to have taken place to-morrow canbot come.' This 1 th fourth time in tho'nlilory ot the mind and the third time in two. years tbat it baa bean on arc. Tho flrat nr was accidental, thp second mysterious and th,e last two pjalnly lncen- "Boston, Nov. 80. The new ot the big Are In the Calumet and Hecla Mlqe caused a big alamo iu the stock .here. At ant there w)s a drop of nve points from' S.0O," and slmost immediately a further decline to 2.60. it Is generally believed by mining men in Uoston thst the era was in cendiary. It seems, thst the company posted a notice before the previous are that no man con nected with any secret society would be employed by the company. TD.BI Mil 00 ABEOAD. President wd Blrs, Cleveland Preparing to Visit Europe ,'Next Hummer. TECISL XO ISS WOULD. J WxssmoTOir. D, a, Nov. aa-Onwhatlsmted, to b Mnndoubted and indisputable authority Vlt Is said that th President and Mrs. Clpyelanjl, will go abroad very shortly after the Inauguration oj the, Republican Admlnlitration. ' Mrs. Cleveland ha long entertained a desire to reylalt Eujope with, berhutbapd. Bptore'ljer marrlagp she took a trip abroad with her mother, This, hoypver, ws In jhe psturq Ota school gltl's oatlng, jiud'ibe has since described herself 'a, havl'pg been "ruibed about II sq hurriedly that she had np opportunity to plUdy the bcauUIul and wonderful (hipgs'tpbe) se,eu q fqfcigq countries.' Uhp noyj Quires th Presidepttg pcepnipany h r qn what would bi a mere leisurely Bummer tour. Since Mrs. Cleveland went Into the White Home she has developed wonderfully. Oh Da teen a great many people and has been a great favorite with th member of tbe dlplomsuo corps, who by their descriptions of the wonders to bo found lq their several countries and the One facilities which she would hare forobseivlngihtmtrsvllngtth late mistress ot the tyblte HoptJ. hare excited her desire to make an extendod 'tour over nearly all Europe. Sh bad not expected to make this tna. It is said, lor seversl year yet. fpr. though she takes btr husband' detest philosophically, before the election ahe was quit 'ss sanguine of bis success as the President himself. An oppori tqnity bs now artjyed, bpwpftr, tp mate M foreign toor- . Both the Presldsnt and Mrs. 'Cleveland realize thst no matter bow ktud their friends may be they win necessarily flpd their pultloa for the first two cr three tatratns Mtsr leaving White House more or leu embarrassing. A trip abroad containing tb Snaimer months wonld wing tnpm back at a time wnea other interests would abs6rb pubilo atten tion and leave them tree to settle down to tb quiet lit which tasr both caret it I said- thp PrssWeat and Mr. Cleyelsnd will ssfflor trance esrly la June. -Mrs. i'levtlsnd wUbes'tovwriuibenrFtsrje. T Presldsnt waats'to ftMta qall anuria Eujltad, tadHU wmmmmm AN INDIAN DDDB IN COUET. Anotbtr Link In tbo Unman Chootaw "Lit. Igntlon In U'nablncto. araoiu,Tq m wobld, 1 WasnrNQTOx, Nov. sa Th celebrated contro versy in tb Choctaw claims ease is still dragging slbng in the courts. A tew weeks sgo Henry s, MolCee, attorney tot the Indians, walked np to the Treasury Department and drew opt SJW, ptb aa bla tecs to, tbe osse. In open defiance of an order of the Court He was afterwards arrested on a charge of contempt of court ' and bills were at th asm time filed against him by other attorneys, who claimed to have been connected with the case during th fifty or slsty year the claim has been In litigation. McKee secured bla release on a legal technicality, took a train for New. York, and with nearly all the caah in his pocket Is believed to have sailed for JCurope. ' - r . v , To-day a number of bills were filed alleging that the Indians bad no right to make any agreement with MoKee ss their attorney, and averring that rneenilt amount recovered should be psld into court, to be dlatrtbutea to all the attorneya in the ease.' In the mean time Mr. McKee is said to be .looking' to ajdesBSBtrraaencala thespburbsot Parts.jsad, Is aet likely ta pbpw np her for some 'time. Tho litigation la the case, however, does not atop here. Tho money which went to the Indians was distributed In, accordance with the ruling of the Choctaw Court of Claims, snd a certain por tion of it fell to Mrs, Caroline Pltchlynn, widqw ot Peter Pitobiynn, Chief of the Choctaw Nation, who was for year a pic turesque figure m Washington, where he spent the latter part of bis life endesvorlng to aeenre Justice for himself snd trtbe. col. Pltchlynn left a son Thorns, who has made Washington his homo for some years, Snd has married a white woman, bywbomne has several calldren. Thomas is sn Indian dude, tor tbo raiment ho wears I vsrlsd End costly. Thomas also possesses another atirl nte of dudes a list of ' creditors, who to-day filed a petition asking for a citation to Mrs. Pltchlynn to, produoa the will of her lata huiband, that it may be probated. The petitioner! aver that tbey are creditors of young Tnomas, and they demand that :ahe shall distribute ta blm nls share of the raraons Chootaw claim, that he may aatlafy bis obligation. Thomas IS said to be.' entitled to something like tioaooo from the original claim which, a recov ered, was in thp neighborhood of ta, coo, oca WHO WILL BUCCEED POPE LEO? Cardinal Gibbon and Tascberean Are Talked Of. Momtbxal, Not, 80. A special from Ottawa to the Wtiiiets ot this city says that Mr. Michel Vldsl, formerly member'of Congress from Louis iana and a well-known diplomatic agent, is In that' city. He was a member of the Commission which settled tbe claims of 'the Hudson Ray Company, against tho United' Stales Government In 1843 and' 188. He has been Commissioner to Pern and Consul at TrlpoU. H spent bis recent yesrs in Italy- Alluding to the Pope's great age, to-day ha 'asserted that the opinion among tne Csrdfnalruthat the next Pope, mum not b an Italian. la Paris Mr. Vldsl apoke to Mb Cornelly, ot the Oauloiir, an authority on Papal policy, who baa Jutt written a book on the subject, ,. Mr. Cornelly found that msny csrdlnals at Itonia favor cardinal Olbbons of lltlilmorc'as Leo's suooessor? bellevtnsr the United, Bute would support thp struggle for tbe, .restoration of the temporal power. The obleeilon to' choosing a Popo from any European State ar many and ot ronrse political. Mr. Vldal thlnka, according to what he pas heard In Italy, that the most pop-' ular and 'least objectionable choice would be Cardinal Tsachereau ot Quebec Cardinal uibtons Is not available owing to his repreaeasteg a de mocracy. Cardinal Tsachereau, on. the other band, occupies a unique and strong" position ss a British subject, and yet one who wonld be regarded by France aa a Frenchmen. He would thus elicit the sympathy aad sanpert pf two powerful nations.' BIIK PULLED fog, PENflSITB TOOTH. A IfepBbllcnn' yifp Clalpisd tb Forfeit of b Novel Election Pel. A (srxcut to Tax wobld. El Paso, Tex., Nor. 20, A novel election wager was psld hprp ypaterdjy. A few weelta, before elec tion a prominent Perapcfallo deniift was operating upon the Ivories of the, Yffp pi a leading ltepubll. can of this, city. 'A t)lseussloa ed to a wager, tho term of which were that It Cleveland were elected the lady should return to the dentist for more den tar work, while If Harrison war 'Victorious the dentist agreed to allow the lady to sxtrsot pno pf bis (the dentist's) teeth. Yesterdsy the lady, armed With a big pair of ' horse " forceps snd accompan ied by some friends, ' went to the dentist's omoe to claim tbe wager. Neither the dentist nor any of tbe spectators seemed to think the lady would really claim the forfeited tooth, bnt as she showed an Incllnstlon to do so the dentist sdjnsted bts chslr. took his seat snd pointed out the molar whicn ne prpposed to sacrifice. The lady seized her forceps, whereupon her female companions all' led from tb room, una fastened the forceps upon the tooth and gave, a Roll. Tbe forceps Slipped off. Then the dentist ld her she must give the forcer a little twist, in stesd of merely 'polling at the toatn, and ho showed br how. Again she grasped the tooth, gars ih requisite twist and pull, and, tq ho aaton ishtoenl of lh onlookers; hJrheld th 'tooth up, before them.' ." ' ' ' for JJ'fjp J?npwid, fdsfjrn'Ano Tor pair! Jtit- n rpwifaiyiqi nun .iaowe -fi"gw.a r1'r Wttrtv Wind, bHoWV oAfer, . Th fsllowtng record shov"the changes In the tempersure tor tbe' pssr twvaty.four huurs, tq comparison With the cprrsspetMHcg dst of last year. a Indicated, b,y pq' qaefar ft l'erry phar- W-0?1 .aW . 8j. !f,Jf'",,""l(r frill r.t '"' 3 asnitstflrWsssMWrJW Wti'' " " t: WHERE IS T11IB PRETTI WOMAN? Sh Ift Trnnka Full of Clptblna, bnt Na. Cine to Her Identity. lariCUL TO TBS WOBLD. Chicago, Nov. 80. A pretty, freah-feced young woman came to a State street hotel two weeks sgo with an llMaTpred man, old enough to bq be? father. They registered as "P. 4. Brown and wife, Racine. ' The man stayed tour days and dis appeared. Mrs. Brown excited the curiosity ot the other boarder by her besply and pnsophUjU. cated manners. Monday afternoon she said she was going to the Post-Ofllce to gel a money-order cashed, and bas not been seen atnee. She left tbre trunks fall of costly clothing and other property. Her botrd was psld for some time In advance. When the landlord searched her room to-day be was surprised to. find thst everything that could bo a cine to her Identity had been de stroyed. There- was one latter from which the sd4 dress and signature had bon cut It began . ' My own darllnc," and wa couched all through la lb languaea ot a paaalonately devoted lover. I have done but little busluen this week, " It says, "and have had hard work to collect any money, Jenks la bound over to the circuit Court In t2Sp ball, which he furnished and his trial wtll noltak place till next March. Florence waa bere, but i don't know what ahe teatlllod to. Harder ssld the next time be got you he would seo thst yon did not get sway again. I do apt know, Mary, if it would be best for you to come baok bere or not Do yon think ba coaid arrest yon before Jtaks had his tnsiv" The' police argue tbat 'the young woman waa wanted In Wisconsin or elsewhere tor some crime, Tbey think tho oncers on her trail caught her Mon. day afternoon, ana she was carried oft wltqpnt a requisition. BOOUBINQ TUB CODNTKY FOB BUTTON. Tbe Released Itlnrderpr Htl nt Large, bnt IlJar Bon Da In Jail Acaln. r tsriCLU, TO TUB WOBLD. WrrnsvttLK, Vs., Nov. so. The towa Is still greatly excited over the rsloaso by a mob last Bight front tap oouaty Jail pf Vyman Sutton, th condemned, 'man who was to hsye been executed to-day. The dtlzens are using all efforts to effect bis recapture. roaUrs, giving tho reward of tl, 080 offered by Got. Lee for hU recapture, bare bean sent to nesrly all the sheriff snd chief of police in Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Tennes see and Kentucky.. ... .-.,.. A movement 1 on foot to get the town sod county to offer an additional reward. It la gener ally believed here that Halton will be recaptured soon, ss he Is physically very weak from a lone snd clow confinement In Jalt, II. will be unable to make his eacapa by foot across tbe mountains, and be know bo will bo' captured it ba attempts to leavp the county by raiL Presented ta Ilia Sfsvor-Elect. Alderman-elect David Barry, ot the Twenty, third District, called on lsyor-ciectarshtyestor-day morning and presented 'to blm a handsome gold'pensnd holder that were voted to blm as the most popular candidate for Mayor a few weeks ago at te fair of tho Herman CathoUo Church of our Ladyot Angels, in onellundred and'Twelfth street, between Second and Third avenues. The vote stood: Urant i.000 Erhsrdt. ISO! Hewitt 70; Coogan, so. Mr. Barry won s gald-hcaded caue. at the same fair as the most popular Aldermenlo csndldate.'' ' f ' ' ' u- ' t r- Tio Will Hacceed J, J. Itel.p, Comptroller Myers said' yesterday that' be wonld not name a Superluiendant of Markeu as successor to the late Jsmss J. Kelso Mforo next weak, ne will probably promote Chief Clerk Ursbsra Mp Adam, who has been ten years lnihe Department. Obituary Nstea. Hn. Jan Knanp, wife of the UU HUphen H.Knspp, waiborlt4 Jut WadDMdsy Iron the Ctiureb of ill. Viuc.nt it Paul, Twtoty-thlrd street, oesr HUtb are qua. Wlllum It l'otr dld jMUrdtr In Bak-m. Usjs.. acsd rustr-o rears. 1 wu tr oldlbankofflelal In to vonntrr, baTms Dlrt4'tb AsuUo 'Uaalc en Msroh 31, mat, and ropj.loU) tharf for nf ty-sla l". 8ainnel T. lion,' B wr.Urr aud Tiusarer Of th Mar 'land Uol Conpsor, atd Tory saddtnly on TBaBksxiTlo liar. Mr. IIom was a Ulnotor ol tb Doworr 1'lra la aanooe Oonpau. TjMiuter of. Mrl sooittlM. attu t lor MTrai hUIm and a well-known financier. CbatlM L. Drualaln, on of lb btt known Ohkaso tDosTpbr, diwt VVMneaday nlsbt from a paraljtlo stroke. Mr. Draistaui wu known a u trd.nt bplntusl 1st. IU nportod nwrly all tho bplrltuall.no oom ninleallons'roootna bnudlam t snos In Chi-ea-o- Th last eonmnnkoatlon whleh ho took down la shorthand parportod to b from lltnry Ward Bcbr. A tlejram roooifsd at Ponn' Orors, K. J., from Tamp.. FU-, VMtanlajr, antwnoce. tuad.atta tturo cf Juaoplilt Kiklnton, ono ol the flab ComnUslontrs ot N.w Jtvuf. Daoo.trd bad a larao'ttnraonn.rlsblnc plant a T.rap and left I'sstlflrm two w.ats ay to look all. r nia Intrnatatbora. Wbalhar or notbodlad ol xallow later U not tnoiit. A rabl daapattb from Pari itatM tnat Mrs. T. T. Pttnun (Marfory Daanl dlod abor rtrdaj afternoon, rib bad baanln Paris alooo borloa. and bad boon sick for soiaratwaaks with narrou proat ration. Mrs. Pitman Ba wall known In lltowv alrolo all orer tb eoontry. Ba bad writlaa much for nawapapar and naulnaa. and aJao PBbUbd serarat rwrralf. bo waa tb; w T. fTFitinan, proprtaiof of ha Newport (It. 1.) JVawa. and s Uphf 01. A, Darfa-adltor y tp sania pa par. 'Matnrln'Llrlnsaten. wboMOMlh was announoad ? Urdaj mornros. 4 (h m pf;aclr-for iMrs. we a rproaenttrTMw.Yorkr. Ha was (anarallr eontid rid tb bad of tbo PIS UrianSoq ItaUr In .now York . II was a promloaot inarabor of to Union Club and ono of tb ortstnal Vurtttrba. 'H llTMttb str part pf tbo rar oi lata at bla oonotn bom at Slauburn-on-tbc-lindaon. St inbortteda lux foftsn..whlel) now Som to bla widow and Bis two danaiilon, airs. Carta Uh BaaUnok and Mr.' 0(d MUlaJ ar. wfiwttltaa'fillfsKS K!iaivsn:s5"rB.Hcid fcStu. ?us? k -dp wsw&apib tUHrnVtrnX sjhttt4.ellat.sjr. " T r Wlw" IwT'f"')' EXTRA 10,30 O'CLOCK IU BRBAK IT. Littlewood Ahead of All Rec ords This Morning. Ho Jogged Along Through Hours When Albert Slept. t i i in 1 1 a Herty Waa Glum, bat Kept On in Beoond Flao. Moors 9, Very Able Third In tho Raoe. Tea Mea yrtiq Art) lilkelj to Be In at tHe Divide I Old Sport Disconsolate, but MMot) on H THE 10 O'CtbCK SCORE. ' AfOs. Lapi. Uttlowaxtd 079 S fieri. ....i. .,,,, ,.,.,,..,.,,,. hO I hlnpro. --.,... ,,.,, ..,,,,....,... 09 3 CartWrtaiit SOt 3 Naremac , 002 8 Dart....... ,,,,..,,... .. .,,,.,.. oOO If paar,... ..!.V..M..,, ... 07 I 71iVartb,.,,,...., .................. 403 2 Golden. -. 480 0 Mason.. .. 48T 1 The Rtcorat llatael, 0714; FtttgtraM, C71; 4itrf, Ml Atccvto'dpok this morning George Lrttlswpod; resched sad passed the' gre'sts'st record ever'mad at that hour la'a Its-hour go-os-yoo-plesse, and at T cclck he had scored M3 miles 7 laps, which WO rivs-elghths of a tnll bettor than .any other man had ever done at tho is7(a hour. Oeorge Haxaet had held the record for tbat bout tlnct ISM, when h scored Ett mils lap at r o'clock pa Saturday morntng. Albert's scar at this hour was only ps?.',' rpjles. snd Uatael's record was t'uil (food np tq the ltd hoar," from which point Albert's'soore wsa the best fhe contingent ot British subjects which bss in tested (he Garden slap tap rac began cheered, and th ipper a the back seats awakenea and joined in' tbe applause, while the band played Hall Britannia.'! A four-mile gait from this hour would land th Sheffield boy two mile beyond Albert's record and win for bla tl, 000 la cold cosh, the Diehard K. Fox diamond belt as champion ot the, world, and pne fonrth of the receipt at the box offle'e during th week. And four miles an hour Is to George Littlewood aa easy as lying to soother man-even after ba has rqn &U rolis. In bis race, Albert slept Ave hours pa the fifth night. At midnight bis score wu usmlies, and at that hour Llt'tliwood' was ftf miles behind this care, but during tb hour wblob Albert devoted to rest Lmiewqod ran up pis score and at 1 q'clopk he was W lle" b"- of Albert's score at thst Sonr and in Just ss good condition. T ; Usppy Jsctf Smith snd his assistant Jack Hiama. gaveT LUtlewood an aleoholbstb and a robbing at tstdaight ad tacked him In his little bed for one more two-boor nap preparatory to tb last struggle. At 8 be turned out'agaivfecllng first rate. ' ' HI limb war as elesa as those of a raoe horse, and there was not a mark aori blemish oa hlrat Ills feel wre pink and white, Ukp a baby's, and there was aever a blister. " 1 '! It vou went to knew will he beat the record, l say jackllyams; "111 tell yon true bo will and easy. And the rscer put in x miles an tonr fpr five hours toWv It r- . n' , ' ,r' Ban Uertfilept two and a quarter houra ut night, which was rather more wan-common tor aim. '"''' t in answer to th query, " How la the boy this morning r oeofg McDonald replied " with arlu gubrious face and (a his ova peculiar dialect, Oh, the Boys ail right, but tho oner are golug as fstt as bits, don't ye know I'l Daq smued gilniiy at an KvitJ'o,1OBtDre portor In ihe eaily' mornuig; sad said,' quietly: MU-BabsTdrae; Itwesrsamsa.'' Littlewood bad gradually IDcMaaed bts lead on the Boston' boy tb eighteen 'mile at I O'clock this morning, snd Moore, who aat out with each bright prospects and led the race 'for sixty-eight hoars, was thirty rail- behd Herti. . fsturday preaoats nq hsU-hollday to any ot the hesvy'-eyed pedesinsaL- Tkaresr tsurtaea mm RrbeyoBd the btV meToV befoJIloo'elboc fcuewalag. -, . The hour ar fast slipping sway under ttr tm sV titW ta,- wey baM-aM, -Bao Ehmm KTIT'w&t r.Hf ''I. ' "MH Fh!TSl?.it0.?JB-J m wifirw ' - ?1H th following tablet ; , .' ' M M "VIA It 9A MIUMA M M f. , i t "- :''H etti.wood , miiju 8t.p esoCi nso.o as.' ' -, . '1H o"j-V ' ' 0.S 49d.O Wl.U 6OO.0 MM. ULf v , aBSBsl pwtwrisu , 4117.5 te.t twKs m.t lai Kt , h JgH tvonmaa...: 47LO 4jt.ll 47 S .! JKe iWj '.-'l J " ... 4S8.7l11.7 474.1 4T. t m.1 i, ifXSmU lonor,. 4i3.7tM.ll 471.3 475. e. IfTo. K VSbbVobI iAZyth trT't,!il"-0 4Tf siKS . MSmWm tltdn. ,. 4M.it. 4Sl 10S.4 tvA.4 4T4.I r'Mmmmmi -' ...... 4M.a47.4 4St7 ape. a 470.1 418. a , 'Jl THB WSlduTS, mtBT AMD LAST DATS. ' 'aBBBi a A. Washburn, th original Xante he ..'H iruesser,"vrho run a welgbtag-maohtn la tbo . ,tj-ljij 0rden,welghmg evtry body free If sefsWgaeas sffaBsl within ore pound oi their weight weighed the)' ., -tsGammW pds befor tho stul aad again tu moralsg wius ' ! J&ibbB these results i i -30ssH iJttUwood f& Jl, - ' .H 'art.,..,...... M iVau JM , .-.'H irtwri(hl ,..,: ..,.!t9 1 MkM ,,mVaKm tn is ''jfH 003"' n H !" 5 -s 'Sal woiara.. .,.,.,.,,..., ISS 141 , ' MlBBBBISlI i"b 104 1M 'V.HB wampana..,,,, ,,,, ,,,,.,,,., agrs . -jLtAbiYJ Moore passed th tooth mUe-pett at S.4 tMj , . , sfffl BPTnlag, aad Csrtwrlgkt resched it at ft. o'te. ' H Old Bpon Carapana tpneaed 4 mlieaat amtlw' ., JH arte -midnight, and the pie-eattag Taylor got tUnw f ' .IlilllH at 1.15 this mornlog. ''smlH atlDlHOOT 8C0BI8 AND BE0OS9S. I -,' .3H Howeohdsy has ben spent by thslee4stit .- H tht race a oompared with Albert's work la bts est ' ..laHiVJ aide facomaybe found In the subjolaed tabic- - 'laB which give tee aoors at midnight caobdaj , . 'bbH lartr 2f.u jji.t -j9.o inj.'s e,p i iAH foor...,,. 139,1 JIO.I 31Q.1 iXS os.i - r r'JaVaV! lartwrislV. lsio afM.3 IlV.'J tW.0- StS SL'L'H TflB T O'CLOCK BOOBS. Vl Littlewood, S03 miles 7 laps; Herty, B13.41 Moore, i !8H B.!j cattwrlgat p02.s; Noretaac, 48.1; , rJH Hart, 490.3: Conpor, 4sdL7 Ilowarth, stUTt iJsH (lolden, 478.01 Mason, 477.4; Campsns, 40e.es 'MLVaVfl Taylor, 400.1; Elaou. SDlJi Peach, 23. 7. - !bH Jhe Itcoordi Htaei, 5i8S4), Botts; Albert; i-a! p57.li pjtagersld, rso. 1 .,. .LHH Little Connor waa unable to retain a mpathftji - "JibH on bla stomach to-day, bnt bo ooatlauad ia two jaH track, pale and weak, for b wftq lq seres-th pttM ISmmm and most keen, going or loso.lt ;-H T1TB 8 o'clock scons. "" "'jml Littlewood. tiSS miles 4 laps: HerlT, Boats ,'Jeslai Moore, tlt,7t Csrtwrlght,' oua.5: Nombmc, . "SmmU 4JS.8J Hartdil 4; Connor, 490; Howarth, 488.71 'MiVbsI Oolden, 4118; Mason. 480.7; Csmpana, 410.0: TT- VealMl lor,.4Bi.4i Hlaoa, aea.7: Psaeh, mo. . ijSkLW The Itecordi Ilazoe), U; FlUgersld, Ml; AU " 3laH bert. was. .. islM 'Littlewood again bested th record ate o'clock, ' JUM when be scored W mile. wWch wss nearly Urea ' '!- miles better than the best tecotd made byllsEaei -VWIB la less, aud ax mue hotter taaa Albert's at tbe wmM same hour. 8BH George Noremoo completed 600 haile at a 59 , 4sBmwkm o'clock, maiiag the flftn man to reaoa that pwat; '- t''H old ron on bis insoLa. -, V- , qmM Old SpoWM la a crying mood tht mosralsijraasl.i' ' raH Mivelled a griat dsal aa ha turned th track, JaaW,, (V2NvbH as ho passed the scorer, a yoang isWji''viaBs! nsmod Reardon essayed " to oomten ua7 idt ''WkmrnmU bat the old man misunderstood Esardop's Bwttve- ".'i'timmM aqd struck Urn a blow which blafteaM i 1HI hi' eyes and nearly knocked htm dosra. OM JoimH Hport was oa bla mascl anywar, An boar bafeM V -'cfH this, while he wsa running abreast of Daa Barty,, ' ''juM amaa tatd. "Don't lead blm a cent, Dn.Ti , 4B Qnlekuaflssb Cmpanaa flat left bis Bboaldsrjf-' fi H and th wit spent the next minute, wiping taj , ;lcB brood, trwa his damaged nose. rrl " -- k SammW tdlfrJ 08,.. -f;'B Noremao, urs.z; Hart S.B: Connor, . 441 j i:immm Howarth, 4041 aolden, 488.2; Mason, 480.0: Caata'nKH pan; '4lH;Tyior, 40 g; aon. WO; Pea,' .- , J3H "' --- "UiixM THAT OBHAT KAIIEOAD'aXUST. L , Sa9ll Pnhlo PoHeif Wfnlcl Wo Tp.Uffti? If-Prft ':H pd Oaatla Oavitea Cbaajra. '' ' - VflHsasmi ' WAtannaTON, Nor. 00. Th aanaai report of tM', 'IJH Intersuto Commcrco Commlssloa will be ready' v MUB for' distribution In'a few days.' It will shsH'i 'fH theraUroad mileage ot tho country oa, JaSB, -nB iavtesUms,tfd 52-7ai mUet Tl!f T-Wwa i'''Lm ;ooaa,tructl0fl la 1880 was 8,471 miles, aad la 18eT , - HH 11,688 rnliesL ' Tbe number of corporations owalasr !,-9JbI and coanoiiiai the roads U ess, ' . Bearlag upoa the proposed great railroad Traat .- aH the commlsslop ssysf ' ' t 1mM SnrtblotamrtTalant'to.oonaoUdallonpt all thra4( ' '1 , !JhH of lha oonntry nsdtr a slnsl baad, or area Uwwot Hlkmmmm oonsidsrsbU oetlon, wbatuar by martar or or tbav ' Wb1 formation ol a oonfadaeaUon which abonld bar nowar r. .iSejBJBsa of leialeantrot orbrlhaerMtlonof wnatl nowtsob. ( gammmU ntsaflr dacrminatd a Trust, eoald bardlyb Bappoawt i '-v)1bbW1 posalbl rn U tb panto won at llbwtto form It at t--'dH lfthapartlaa ooold oom Into harmonjr oa tho aubjoet' ' VjsWfaH an ansnsrantotthaert would bsao oTwrabadewis. , 'MljtJIoVJ to poirerfal In It control orar to bnaisos InUraaU of . , v & thooonBtrV, and o naotptlbl of balni.tuwd, tea s4t'"n',DMaH eblaTon purposM In maoj waj that pubilo colloy ooold n 'v"4JSJfJi nofcrmonnaaettutt at lAaamsleM brt4o ; SsIibB It war bald in clot lasal roalraujts and under ffootaal ' ,i:(MBmm pnbue npnrMob ana oontrou "Tie TolauUtTBrrtnap. i. "'inBU m.nta ot lb kind In othar Una of bnslnen ar alroaAjr - ' aOBn aaMcinBtlj thnatanln to thapubuo tstwrast aoatb -i t-fiBiH moat ardant adtooau of .tbaooaoantratlan of railroad, i -ii : .jxaH autboritr cannot ronblrupct tbat Ttbini of ib,j v, . JH art toWntroltti traiiitJtn r SB count rjMrtalb ,'.' TlmU prorlded for by loalalatloo. Wltboot luUlallon to fane ' .-. .1 . IBmH IthtUaoanbodone,' rr ' ' - - rr -&H lUlauye to Caitlo uardea and the transeortaUoa ;-.- iMO ot immigrsBtav me Committee make these reoosa- H yM mendationst V ''..''' ;ySH Thatooma place of aratr eapeeltr lhnt3t! aa ; rtBal dan tie nrotldad for th recaption ol Immlanmta. lo caleW. -"; fSM ioniawhuo. upon Raw Yrk brborv W"?. ImU ,- 'tj-H prafarabt forb plrpooe. bnt Is twine lodtapanaaftv I. r bbI whtnr tb plae aaUotod. that it b approprUtfd f- ft VtlaB lnaifly to tbU purpose.-and trutpwraonB-noalwrm. Vt IH putatr oonned, wjth tb trnsporut4au Itnnda-eanM A1 jjH Ttatl al'rairnlar Una of Interior, traaaporUtioa U . V 4'JH allowadto hat (nU at tb plaonso pro.laod.wbo "raHsmil mar sll tlektt nndar resnlatioa iinraribdtacn ;. .. iWmM qualnmlUs to alt.nd prT.nt .in;; ' -- jj . -:JM TbutbsparmeototeommliionafoitbroatueptliBa .v "9sbb1 mUrraota and for proonrlnx tb ablpman of tmmlgraat-'' " 4bsbbbB from forolgn coantnas u declarad Ulesalasd mad .. 3H !T:attbOommlalonbonborlod'to proaottb tar '-H for tb utnaportaUon of tbt ela of pawan!. waioh r;-eml mar ba rTUwd from ttma to Urn.' and which.' Bxd aa itswH anrtlm shall bthrsaUr fans not to bo dpartd) 41nmi from br tbo oarriar. rAaady rate, prododae- rufosav , JfJH bl.rfuu, aadtboeattlns 08 of tb ulsturr dijjM , ' t,l tbaratTOmTlnto th'pockU pr partus whoao parti afca amlal llnlntbbnatnubarmtnl 1 and dwrbsUitj.- M llofdobIndlapansabltatb da protfeUon l W mH cU ot poopl. and SB doU ol tb snrl OmiaaaH (otham wtlfnot b. 10117 part ormorT nnttl tbaa. aSK WBmW ir prarldsdfor. Tb ooiacta cannot be tnUr aWB jlwaB pllsbod'oseapt by tb Kadara? rJoinuBnt UktsstiKi. - -X -iVU plot control o,l th wUol sabJot. , JHSHBJ qnnv' Money Hpalled niw. JiB Th nepnbilcan Inspector of Electloa who yo. . HM celved tbe first t,oou from the Htpublleaa-Hsi WLU tlonal Committee for the arreat and coavlestoa C . '&H ahUiegal voter at tho late elecUonwa aatt ipS! tb Island yestprdsy for Intoxication aad for taro, 'H lnghbrwlfeaqdcblldreaoutof ooorv "HolsJoka; J'H Broderlck, of No. 149 Madison street " '"tH He was not the best of husbtnda before he ft uJSM tie a. 000, and he slstted oat to drink, or that HH wtndfalt Vesierday morning he staggered oom, 'WH and when hi upbraided him n pnahed her aail .lLH th chUdrea out of their apartment aad toojt4 . ''H the door. She reported his 'conduct to Cast. Sara . YfJaH land, who detailed Pollcaaiaa Donnelly to arraat Mi'bbH tbe husband. Tbe letter attempted to stab ta L-l policeman. .1 .'aEismV tl know I'm prank, tb exclaimed. "LctlM- KatsBel ptT and I'll go Straight home and to bed." '" ' lisB U must protect your wile' aad ohUdra,t 314 , StmM Justice Pord. " On month." . - . 1H I'll get out on boil to-morrow, hoet4 tMi ' 7iJH oitsqder, . USHsH -" 'i a-aM-taswya-fai Hr1irIH John Rodger Wanted to tlet Kt. f 'afl f inau to rwa wobld. 1 JVf ii Isflai Dstvom.O., Nov. 'sa-Joha Bddger k4 a; I . '41,10 bold attempt q wrjofcth Bpoq gsj qa ad JtaMs . 'i VVK ganpff.ejjg!Ftri'f driviajr eatkee betwsfjtow I JHB Joints of ralU and placing otoer obe4roolll m ' JH the track. Boat ttettaa mu saw Mas, ta4t M IwaH log obts. caught hist ,Kodgr bM asaVm - SSI offatnintJohVabn'mstioa r aot Htmnm ,'IHH lr'tMtm4iqWeva5tUlJ, ' , vHj i - jf.i.jj'i . ., '" 'aai ! tWTtl iiil lsnii isr i7i4JlaHliWr " iLaflaMsmt!sflWBlaaai