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AM? IfKKKKIt ?-'?it'HNlI. AS A Pl!,!.
There l? the liveliest speculation over the coming
ri>- tion of the New-York Athletic Club, which
?vil! take place "ii January ft, It la iin?*ertain nt
: trritlng whether th? usual opposition ??.11
manifest Itself this year or not. The Nominating
committee in naming ita??ttckel ha asada an etTort
tS satisfy !he dig :?:- ?!.Itl m : i' .'.ub, and
aosae <: lh< osacers at the etub sein last night
*??ei-.. of the opinion ibal tor the Ural lime i:- ?? u
they ?ii i not foar any opposition. There were
those, however, who ??? :?? Identified with ;ii" Bchuy
1er opposition ?f a year a?? who r, fused 10 talk.
but they InUtnated thai fbere talghl not only be
???position, but ?i particularly strong "reform"
tlcV' might be Out in the field.
Inder the constitution of the club, the Nominat?
ing Committee hid until to-day to *?ost its ticket,
i?.-, a.-i-oniin-i to the constitution, the names must
b" !? st..<; upon tlie bulletin of the club fifteen days
Iff.:, th? annual election is to take place. 'I-!"
Ooinmitti-e anticipated their limit, and posted ils
ticket al the cluhrooms last night.
The ticket is as follows: For president. James
Wbitety. ??ho is the present vice-president; for
x NBS-president. John It. Van Warmer; for aecrc
tary, John ?". Oulick, renotninatcd: for treasurer,
Charles K. Coodhuc; for capialn, Hugh H. Baxter,
???nominated; governors 10 serve for two year?. J.
Noble Hayes, James Wills, K. ll. Lemon, Thomas
F. Muipha. Allait ES, Colfax, James H. Haslin,
rcnominate<l; Charles T. l.unt and O. M. Bea.-h, Jr.;
governor for one year, \v. s. Baldwin. The retir?
ing olBoers ar?- Asslstanl r>1strlct-Attorney Bar
tow H. Weeks, president, and George Massey.
C 11. Ityrne. the president of the Brooklyn club,
?ml a member of the National Ilaseball Hoard,
gave out for publication yesterday the minutes of
the recent meeting of the board when the case?
?.f Barnie and Pfeffer were heard. A stenographer
xvas present and kept a full report of the eesslon,
and the report covers twenty-seven pages of type?
written matter, too bulky for reproduction, par?
ticularly as the real substance of the finding of the
boar.l has already been publlehed.
Th?- report deals almost entirely with the case of
?tarnle; Pfeffer's letter to the boar.l Is not In?
cluded. Pfeffer will now, In all probability, gtve
out hi? letter himself for publication. Mamie's
testimony ?hows that he did not affiliate with the
Jnyihieal association until after hi? contract with
the Louisville club had expired. Then ltamle was
ssked to sign a paper ?wearing allegiance to the
National agreement and he refused, although he
admitted that he was one of the original framerg
of the agreement.
A great deal of paper has been consumed in
telling In detail how Burnle failed to keep an en
gagenaoat with Byrne In Brooklyn in October. The
reference lo be drawn is that Barnie di?l not keep
the appointment because he did not care to face
Bjrrne while he iBarniel waa affiliating with the
association projectors. While a man can be called
careless for not keeping an engagement, he com?
mits no criminal offence.
Until yesterday Barnie had the sympathy and
support of many people, but in an iir.erview he
Sgya some things which will repe! some of his
supporters. When he walked Into Parlor F after
the board meeting, and proceeded to "call down '
President Byrne In rather an excited manner, ex?
cuser, were made for him, becau?e It was Inferred
that he was nervous and erratic after the severe
ordeal throuih wh'ch he had Just passed.
Now Barate comes out and says that th^ ???
ports of his mee'lic wtih Byrne were cxaggeraie?l
ard iintru?-. and t lia t he did not say ihe things ,-,t
trtvuted to him. Such utterances will not i dp Mr,
Barate. When he came Irio the room there wi re
?present ;i representative of about every paper In
New-York City.
When he s<iys that he did not say to Byrne.
"If I go down 1 ??ill pull you with me." an?) did
not make s enccring reference about an all?a?-.*d
conversation he hud with Byrne at Baltimore .n
ls'1. he ?ltd net tell the truth. The real truth in
the ?-ase is, probably, Barnie was so excited that
he ?lid not know what he said.
The finish of the billiard tournament on Satur?
day night between Fournil and Gallagher wa?
discouraging to lovers of the scientific, pretty game,
and such mistake? should be avoided in the future
If professional bllllardlsts wish to have public sup?
port. That the-Frenchman, could have won much
easier than he ?lid was apparent to everybody, and
the foreigner may not know that su?-h tactic? are
not popular here.
Fournil conceded f?allagher l.&ilO pointa In 3,0isj,
and before the match was over Fournil off.re?l to
concede (?allagher 1.800 points in another 3,0t?J,
match, which will be played next week. Fournil'?
tuckers tried to arrange a tournament with SlOBSon
but Slosson, it is ?aid, refused to play. Fournil
is now anxious to play Schaefer. and a match may
b* made before the winter Is over. On the game
Fournil played last week Schaefer would probably
win, and win easily, but those who watched the
work of Fournil are confident that he can do much
The results of the week's play are a? follow?:
First nigh*.?Fournil, 500; average, 31???: Gallagher,
24S?; average, M 2-5. Second night?Fournil, 500; av?
erage. IS 3-1''; Gallagher. 4S4; average. 9 t-8, Third
night?Fournil. +62; average, 22; Gallagher, 266; av?
erage. 12 2-3. Fourth nlgnt?Fournil, 53S; average,
21 13-25; Gallagher. 191; average. 7 19-?5. Fifth night
--Fournil, NO; average, 33 1-3; Gallagher, 1ST; aver?
age, il 3-14 sixth night-Fournii. MB; average, 15 5-8;
(?ftHigher. BO; average. 10 ltvv? Grand total? Foui
nll. 1,1m: Gallagher, 1.421. Total innings. 135. (}ran?i
averai-e?Fournil. 22 ti-27; QaJlagber, lu 111-131.
The Chicago Athletic Association will send a
water polo team In the course of a month or two,
and has s-nt ,i challenge to the new Manhattan A.
C. to play for the championship. In the pest the
Cheirj Diamond has been conspicuous In water
s-.orts, and all members who take an Interest in
the exciiing game of water polo are requested to
len?l t h .:? i r support, and those who ?b-slr?- to try fr,r
a place on the team should inform th? nssnag? r.
It will be necessary to begin work In the tank im?
In a match under Association rules before sev?
eral bundled spectators, the ?'entreville Athletic
Club's champion first eleven completely shut out
the first eleven from the crew of the Whit.- S U
steamship Britannic yesterday afternoon on the
organizations grounds at West Twenty.tnird-st.,
Ilayonne. The ('entrevilles score?! four goals,
three in the first half and one In ?lie second.
John Fitzpatrick, of ihe ?'entreville Athletic Club,
was referee. The teams lined up as follows:
????titreville .\. C. Position. s. S. Brltannte
Bauer..;,,;,I .Walla,-?
X"?'. ? ' .Him-iiis
?By-nn-s.. f (... Bom
Hudson. .Mfilftarks. ?* .,. I??adl,?;i??r
ntssatrlck. - ? I .Hall
Campbell. ' .Bernard
OrmmAy. I i.Orady
Davidson. !.K'.rwards. , .Powderty
Jam*-? Sj,H?*n. | .. M(?,r?. raf't
(?. Spaven... .UU-key
St. Louis, Dec. 23 -At a meeting of the ?Hrectors
of the Bast Bt Louis raeetraeh last night it was
decided, in agr? eaen) with ihe rules of the West?
ern Turf Congress, lo suspend racing through the
months of .January and February next. The Ma?ii
aon track will probably continue through the winter.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 23. ? Prosecutor White, of
Fredcrlcksburg, Va.; .Mr. Fogga local a?ent of the
Adams Fxpress Company, arid a number of other
officer? of th? company failed on Chief of Police
Deitbch to-'iay and had a corift-rence regarding train
robber Charle* A. MorganiieM. and tne posniblllty
'of taking hlni back te Virginia within the next few
days. A visit was then made to the city Hospital,
where the prisoner's condition was more fully in?
quired Into. It i? not Improbable that h?- will be
taken back to the ?cene of the robbery within the
next three ?lay?, as the express ix-opie are ?leter
rolned to move him and Klv?- him a trial as soon as
po?.?lhle. HI? attorney, on the other han<i, declared
that he will fight the case as soon as his cd?nt get?
_? . ? ?> ?
Hemingford. Neb.. Dee. 23. -The war between th?
Cattlemen'? Association an?I what are usually ?lesig
rated as the -'Bustiers" gives evidence <>f breaking
out afresh In Box Butte County. A day or two
ago fifty head of <*atti?. whi?h Messrs. Buckingham
and Sterling, of Colora.lo, claim as iheir own. were
found in the range near here. A writ of replevin
was Issued '; 'he Colorado owner?, and they were
backed up by !h>' ?"anlernen'? Ass.K-latlon. Sheriff
Hall, with deputies, surprised the '?Rustlers'' am!
drove eff the stock. Later they tried to regain
possession. ba?-klng up their effort with a big ?!l?
play of firearms an?) ?ome ?hooting, bul no furth.-r
damage. The ???urts ?111 try to se'tle th.? trouble
without more serious result?.
?__? . ?a. . ... -
Scranton. i'enn . Dec. 2?. Thomas Cahlll. mana?
ger of the S'-ranton Baseball Association, is dying
at h!? room? In thl? city, of hemorrhaj-e of the
lungs. Yesterday hi? father and Bister w're siim
mon??d from Fall Ulv?r, Ma??., and ?re now at hi?
bedside. When the baseball ??anon closed last Sep?
tember Cahll! was retained by the S. rant on A??o
atatlon to nunui tbelr football taa,"? and skating
Colgate ?l Co.'s
For Holiday Presents.
rink, the last to be sscured i.y flooding td" baseball
grouAd?. While coaching Ihe football team t'shlll
overdid himself snd was attack??! with hemor*
rhages. ll-- re overied so f.ir thai he was abli to
?ralk out and was supposed to t,. on t?,.. :,..; ! to r. - ?
i.iviry. Four day? ?go, ?pparently witboul cause, \
Ihe hemorrhages returned mid. acting ipon a ?jr?
tem weakened by I'lne--?, provi i ?ver) lerl us. lit;; !
attending physician said to-night thai f there an- ;
no more hemorrbaaea he may r.illt. bul he could ,
not say thai then- are ?han.? s ,,r ins reco?'ery. Ca?
bul la among the best known and the sb'.eal of the
younger generation of bail players. He is a college
man, and flrsl attracted public attention ?/hen ne ,
played at short Held for the Louisville (American
Association) team some years hj."> Later he Joined
ihe Trot- [..?in in the ??astern Lea-rui ? can'ain
an?i manager, coming t:? ?leranton last August In
tb? same capacity -rhen the Trot team disband? :
During his Illness ?-ahill lias rece v d ihe unremit?
ting care of Km met Rogers, th?. well-known catcher,
who is wintering In this city.
TIIK ?>l*l-*I?*K It? >I.l >KltS or TROT I'i:?'!.AIU: HIM
Albany, f>ec. 0, Governor Flower has dismiss? i
the charges preferred against District-Attorney
Kelly, of Renaaelaer County. The Governor's or?
der of dismissal Is simply an approval of the report
of the Commissioner appointed lo take testimony
in th? matter. William n. Henderson, of Randolph,
S. v. Mr. Henderson's report is ? long one, ?n?l
declare? in subatancs that the charge? wen i
Buhotantlated. The charges were preferred by Wat?
son M. Holmes. Supervisor of the town of lioollck.
In Rensselaer County. They allege habitual drunk
ennesa, failure t?? present t<> th? Qrand Jury the
complain! of Superviso- Holmes against two Es- I
else Commissioners for withholding money? re- i
celved by them, malversation in Office, thai Kelly i
was unfit 'or his office and a "?ubjeel of contempt
to all ?good people.*' The Commissioner bases his |
report us to the ?lriinkenness chiefly on the teatl i
niony of the County Jlldgi . r-h.-rilT and County <'1> rk I
and other offlce-ho'.ders. other testimony equally :
potent, was cJte?l in behalf of his flndlng that the t
charges were not established.
About twenty-five years ago, when New-York was
a eonsMerably smaller city than ?t Ii now, and
when, ccmsequently, its principal ihoroughfan was
less crowd"! than Bl present, a brilliant scheme
was devised for makinc It easy f.?r pedestiians t?>
cross ?roadway. This was th.? construction of a.
bridge across that street In tb? ?vicinity of Its tl
crowded point. Th'.s is ga?era ly cone? ? I t< b? at
the intersi.'t'.on of rultoii-st. lire, then, ? bt l| ?
was built from sidewalk lo sidewalk. Bui the ex
p?riment ?lid net fulfil the anticipation! of ll
who conceived the project. It S i? r ?1 I ?IK
People ?lid not take to t'.. Women ?spec i'.I) ob?
jecte?! to cUmblng and leseendlng the stairs,
it must be ?remembered that this was before the
days of elevated roads, when New-Yorker? wer?
notai rustomed to ?talr-cllmblng as an aim
able part of their daily lives, So th- bri
Broadway i!<i not r.m.iin In use s gr it ?? ?
It was seea t,, he superfluous arid unnecessary, snd
after a trial long enough to show thai ?t did not
meet a "long-fSli want' it was torn ?WS) ?
although the number <?f peopi? passing up snd
down Broadwsy day after day has - >
Increased ?luring th? Intervening tweni)
yeara no on would now tentar, to iggest th?
building of bridgea t.. enable the multlt i Im io ci
th.- street with ?ase and s.if.-ty Probabl) -*
BrOOklynlte? reallz.- that in Kulton-st . near the
great shopping centre of their city, there ?,? i bl
from one sidewalk t.. the other ahich ?
them to i? i unnlng th? gant !el of ti
can and tni thai threaten to imperil th?
of those on on? aide of tb? street wm?? wish to pas?
to the other. This bride-- la furnished . :
and Incidentally by the Kings Count) Elevated
Railroad Company at it* Flatbuah-av? ?tation 'Ini?
ls th?- onlv downtown station of that company bull?
between the railroad tracks what I? called an Inlet
tra.'k ?tatlon. Prom each sidewalk ? italrwa rl ?
perhaps fifteen feet, leading to s platform r
ext?-nling across th?* street, from tb? mid I ?? .?f ti .*
platform, acain, a broad .?'.airway I? i 1? to lb? Bts
tlon proper. The lower part of the BtructUI? ? in
?tltuteB a complete hr!?ig< ..pen to the use of anv
body oarln?? to cross it. Doubtle?? tb? ?mall b
In the n'iplihorhood have made use of It at time?,
but the probabilities are that no one ever climb?-!
the ?talr? on one side, crossed the platform ?n! de
?cended on the other si I? for th. ?ol? pur] .-?? ?f
crossing the street without nutting himself or her*
?elf in Jeopardy of life and limb on the pavement
The experi-nre of N.w-Y.,rk an I Brooklyn seem?
to ?how thnt bridges, as means of CI ?Mil I crowded
thoroughfares, are not In deman?!. and would be lit
tie used if provided. Similar results are sail t.,
have followed where the same experiment has been
tried In foreign cttlea
Pittsburg. Pee. 2-'t -The Immen?? eri|*ine furnish?
ing the hot blast for two fuma? e? of the Carnegie
plant at Braddock was completely wrecked thl?
afternoon. The loss is about t&OOO, and the fur?
naces will i?e closed down for an Indefinita pertod
throwing uv? men out of employment The output
of the funwees was from ;"*?? to 2M ton? s day. A
heavy ball tw-ntv feet above the Boor te anv <!??
tache?! and fell on on,- of tli?- pipes The engine
"ran away," and was broken up b) the violen ?? of
Its own action The tblrt) foot flj wheel flew spart,
an?i piece? weighing alunir two ton? f. .i a block
away < ?lie en?l Of lb- engine-house wa" demol?
ish ?.-d. Tiie sccident waa followed by s small ?x
ploslon m the boilers which ?uppil? I th? engine.
The engineer was standing by the steam - h?.st, bul
?-scaped uninjured. The engine was u,.. largest ol
the k n?l ever built. It was set up four years HK"
4 horpi.K WVBDBB IS nil: MAISB traohs
Bang*-*-. M?., i >? ? 3 Camella Naahau and
Charles Langley, of Brownvllle, were murderod In
a cawp in Mililnocket Sunday forenoon. It is ?up
pose?i that the murdei wer? eommltt?-d by .1 ?eph
and Xewei Oebriel, Indian?, who belong it? the old
town. Both have bad reputations, The murder? I
men, it i? understood, had been bunting, and the
supposition is tha,t ih? Indians were t(.?:r guide?
and killed them for th? purpoM of robber) A
cousin of the Indians, who was employed at the
lumbering camp, w.n: t?? th.- hunters ?nur? to-day
to s?-.- bis relative? n. was met si the door by
one ?.f th.- Gabriels, who ha?i two revolvers In ins
banda, und who t'.'.'l Ids cousin to keep away If lie
valued ids life The latter wa- badly frufntened,
and ran lo Mtiiino'-ket ?tatlon. Later several men
w?-n: to the ?amp and found it burning, with the
bodies of the victim? Inside, The Indian? wer?
captured by the lumbering crew an?l an- now he]?l .
nrlsoi.ers at the lumber camp. Sheriff R.I snd |
lieputy Sheriff Lancaster will ??? to th.- -.???h- t,, ,
morr >w, arid an bKtuesl will probably be bold.
Chicago, Iiec. B.?Th? Civic Federation will tak-t
legal action in th?- alleged attempt of Alderman
John Power? to ?ell out the i'lty Council In the
Interest of the ctgarett? manufacturera Lyman
?Jage, president of the Federation, say?
"The matter will certainly be brought to tin
attention of the legs! advisers of the Federation.
Just what ?'ourse the Federation will tak?. In th<
matter I. of course, cannot say now, but I urn
lii'lined to think vigorous a.'tlon will be the
result of Its deliberations "
The statute under which action will be begun
makes the offence a mi?d?roeaoor ?inlv. and pro?
vide? for a tine not to ?xceed V..1"??. Member? of
the council wh?-n Interviewed generally belittled
the story of the alleged blackmail, and, with few
?XcepUon?, declined to commit themselves on ttit*
subject The Council thl? w?-ek will tak?- ttie mat?
ter up, and a complet?- Investigation of Ih? affair
will. It I? said, be underlaki-n.
A beautiful I'hrlstmas servi? e was given y?Hl?r
day by the ?enior an?i junior depertmrats ?.f Calvary
.Methodist Episcopal Church Bunday-scbool, Beventh?
ave. and (>ne-hun?lr?'d-aiul-tw?-iity-tdi!th-Bt. The paa
tor. the Rev. Dr. A. it. Kendig, preached the ?Christ?
mas sermon. Tart of tin- musical programme, which
??insisted of soliis. <lu?-t? and choruses, was rendered
I.y Mrs. Kress, Miss Carter, Miss Kr.ss Miss
Week?, Miss Compton, Miss Healy, Miss Yen.iiu.
Miss Benson, M)?s Buser snd B. T Landon Th?
??h'lruses "I'niise the Lord Who Reigns," and "Hall
to the christ." were sun? by tb? entire school. The
cornetlsta wer.- Miss t'Hik ami Mr Jenkln?, At
night l?r. Kendlj preached to the Harlem Lodge.
F. and A. If. The annual Christmas services will
be held In the church to-morr<?w at 9 a. m.
Washington, Dec. t?. it is announ?d thai the
N?w-Vork and Kl'.ri'l.i special, which has been a
feature of Southern trat?' f.,t several yesrs, ?rill
be put In s?-rvlce a?/,iln this sngson OVST the Atlantic
?'??as; Line, the lirst train running <>n Monday,
lanusry 7. it will laavs K?w-Toeh dally, aaeepl
Sunday, at A.'.V) o'clock I? in . and Washington at
iO:K, arriving at Jacksonvlll? ihe ik-xi evening ai
7:05 o'clock, an?l at St. Augustine at ft ),'..
The service of tn. New-York and Florida gbOTt
Une limite.) train, operated over tli? Sniihern
Railway, leaving Washington at lnOf. p. m ?lad.,
will also be improved by th? addition of Pullman
dining cars between Charloti? and Jacksonvlll?, be?
ginning December IL
To i!.' Editor of Tbc Tribune.
Sir: The purposes and method? of Ihe laboi
move men 1 In lb? I'nlted Stattss have been clearly
revealed In the Intenai and somewhat acrimoniou?
debate which ha? been poing on ?luring the laal
three day? In th.n vent Ion of the American
i', lera lion of Labor between the advo itea of
trade-unlonlsm pure and simple snd the advo
, atei of 8 ., iallam and Its revoluti ?nary tenden?
this ??id. ?iivergence both of principle and of
policy l ?hsIlejBttei-npl to explain. The definition
of Iradea-unlonlam a? given lo me by John llurn?,
member of the British Parllami nt, In hi? own
hand-writing, I? a? follows: "A medium of col? |
lectlve bargaining f"'- It? constituency. Il ; I ir
labor ?vti.it a chamber ol commerce I? for trade, <.,
.ifi institut?' ?if banker? fw Itnanct " Mr. Burn?
sdded thai "dlaorganlzed labor is powerless against
organised capital." In .. word, irades-unlonlsm re?
late? i?, the relation which exist? between em?
ployer and employe. The most Important feature
of irades-unlonlsm I? thai it protect? laborers
a,, ins) themselves, or, In other words, regulates
destructive competition among them through bo?
bo? latlon,
The necesstt) for su. ii regulation has been
clearlj proved bj the lessons of espertence In
manufacture, In mining. In trade, and In Iran |?or
tatlon. I ?'...nid add In this i onn? i tlon thai the
stri.-t trade-unionists, ... h ?s i have described,
aim a? nothing which is not secure?! '?. all n.. n by
the principles <>f government which prevail In
'?real Britain and In the ITnlted States Bul .?
large portion of the membership of the trades
unions, and. ??s I shall hereafter ihow, a large
portion "f their delegates her? as? mbted, refuat
i.? be bound down to nur?- questions arising he
tween employer and employe. They are forever
trying i?, commit their organisation to a constantly
expanding addendum to ihe sinn:?, trades union
faith, ?neb addendum consisting of economic, polit?
ical and socialistic Aogntma
This departure from pure trade unionism and
Ihe sharp debate Which has her?. b.-?n had In r?
gard to It find expression In What I? termed a
"political Programm " Thl? programm? ?is f.?r
mulated ??? \? ir ago. ami a resolution waa b?Io|.?
that it should b.naldert i bj this convention
Having a v? it in which '" prepare themselves the
orator? on both -1 lea ?/ere f ill) hargt I foi M ?
debate as was Daniel \\ ? i st?r when he replied lo
Heyne Mr Clayton salt] lo Mr vYebstei
??nter...| th? Senate rhamber, I hope you are well
charged, sli VI ? |k i. ' i i?.. Bngt t
Ths dis? harg*c ?if ti.. tlv? III at r? of tht oi itor? ..f
inlonlsm on the oi -, i. an I of s. ? Iallam
on the ?.!!,.-r ?r? rth coming from
Nt ... 1 ? rh to Denver I
The |. ?!;?: I pi red embraced
(21 dir?. t lea ilation; <J) i legal el ?
. U ta i in Ii , act] : ol l aorksl
or life; (6) ttu ab illtl m of th - ? ?
work; (7) the
?' the muni I pa I
li .
' light an I power;
'? ? ? ntni
of ??r . ictl m and
In all legt?!
It ??fill readily
gramme <
. ? .
r les? cincel
i i v, hat i?. ,. ?tu
Involving th.- rank?
nine i land. and the ..????:?
?vlth little dli i- i' an?, IS . a
Plank No. :. ..:. : a-atei ?? ., t ?? a , i. i t .
Pian? fio. I , ., I
P'.ank N ? - ?
battle of trad
, . , . f i
, ind lo a n ?.??<??
. :.. ti,?- questl ?n *?* I . th? ?
th? two ra lifferent atetho ?? for H
ment o? the i ?Hing nriassea II -.?..- ? ? f the
contesta t?> ? h
? imb il m: - were ?pi? ndldl) equlpi la ? ??
f t hem w?
others native-born tmei mi who had Investigated
th- ?at ?r and I . i lliSI
tain, in Coriunent.il Europ? ande? a la ?-Is Th?
lit.ratur?- upon the -.'.;?? i of laboi *???? '.'??? I
drawn up..n, frjm ihe dirk ag ? t" the preaent Haw
Several <?f ttie disputants ??? them? Ive? .? i 8 is ...'
repute Tin- itebate ??..? Intense and ??'
a Tim ?nlo u -i he ant! - i r trade-unl
clearly bad the oettei ol lb? argument from ll
ginning. They brought overwhelming
,,r....f ,,f tiia- following seriara!
Kirs!. Socialism has btigbted trade? n
wherever the former has tou lattei both la
tiii-i . ountrj ai i .h Rui
era save ? ??? rlly .? I
tried i ? break down ir i le? ui
b i?an ? ide In the Interest of la
ma le !?-. ii.? I? uni ni ;i and non?
Th? t:,,,j. - nail) . i.,?!?:' ? *J
' . .
iu In fovoi f th?
ev ule ! Ihe ?|u< - II :.. and ? ? ?
, . -.??t I
: ??? " "1 ?ii dare noi snawer thai
a I? |? ^ it? 'V i lar? n ?I ?ii-?er It." 1 .
tegi I,said ?"...?. ; ? ? ?II
nope to attain frier? an t?? > leader? reading
up to* it One is itif- i.? i let .' 'i ? a l'
has go.,1. m room r mu |?, all l
ladder of .*- ?? a.. h It hat ne round a
bottom ml i the i ?p \? :.. i ladder s ill
... take?"
? n.f tha ablest ?i. ' m . ' Impasa :,?? t ; ? ? ? ?
In favoi of trade?-unlonlsm pur? and ?Imple, and
in opp , !?? i" I" J M?
<; lire of Phlla?lelphl i vice i. lent ??f i- i ? lei i
lion. II- wa? followed by Thoma? J Margan, "f
? '| igo, i lu,k S ?lallst, aho mad? ? . 11 lenl
an I vehemi , ? ? ? g I he cllmai
argument i??? deelarlna lhal he m i be? im?? .? con
vert lo Roclallsm under it"- teaching? of Ihe i.r.-?i
...is speaker, I- i M<*Oulrc To thl?, Mi McC.uIre,
??ith a merry iw.t.kie ,?r h ? eye repll? I In
pathetic tones "Mi Chairman, m:'-?- reara ?go I
mi ? r. i i,, ided and foolish, but toda* I *m gra)
h. . i- i an i ? itlou "
H ' srbundanl srhll? hair and benlgnani i nint?*.
t. mi -e add.- I gn Illy 1? the elf?
-,? : . ,?,?.? received s th ipn iron laught? ? i I
applause AI laal ?? rote wa res ? ? ?n i ?ubatl
lute to plank number ten, which ?ubstltute read? a?
follow? "Th? abolit! n ?I ii"- monopoly lystem ol
lan I idling, .m i tht substitution thereof if ? title
of occupancy and use onlj " I'urln? Ihe brief ?Us?
?is?!.>f this plank there ?ras developed a arid?
difieren?.f opinion bi lo ?rhai :- reallj meant
i? ?;,,,,., , ? , be cleai Ir Boclall?ilc, bul th? I I? ?
.i,.,? p. ., i iptl in ???..ul i be th? defa it ol pi u i. ten
?cerne I ;.? the trade? unionista, In ihe Intsnae <?*
eltemenl ?rhlch prevailed, t.> b? sufflelent, ??? it
areni through by , rote ?1 I.M7 i" Ml Thbi rote
was by constltuendes, and noi by delegates, ?rbe
number oils about Its,
Then two plunk? ?rei* proDosed and adopted Into
tha political programme with little debate, aa foi
loara: Fust Tha repeal ??f all eoneplra<?y and
panal laws affecting aaamea nn?l other workman
Incorporated in the Federal and H ta ta law? of tha
ITnlted States. Becond Th?- abolition of the bbo
nopoly privilege of l-sulng m.ui. ?, and a Bystsm "f
direct Issu** 10 and by lh<- people.
At ihis luncturs the course of procedure took un
unexpected turn Ii wsa derided a year ?go thai
ufler action upon the ?-leven plunks of th? po?
litical platform then formulated for debate at
this convention, the following resolutions should
be acted upon
"Resolved, Thai this convention hereby Indorse
this political action of our British comrades."
a wide difference ..f opinion prevailed among the
delegates as to s/hethsr sich political action had
?ver been formally taken In Orea! Britain, and it
??as i?rov?-?i thai the programme of eleven points
hud never I? eli a. led upon as a whole by Ho
?ritish Trades-Union Congress. A vote upon th?
resolution ?vus reached In II.urae of an hour,
and to the utter ?urpriae ol all ?t ?/as rejected by
a rota'of 736 f"i to LIU again?! Ho the entire
"political programme" ?>f ?leven pointa aareed i?>.
ihe substitute for plank It, ov?t whl? Ii the great
struggle had taken place, and the mm? additional
plunks, ??er?- nil rejected together AI Brat sight
It look.-?I as ihough after mi exhaustlvi debate
leading to .? definite conclusion th? convention had
suddenly stultified Itsell But such was not th?
rase li ?mis b marc pat lamentary stciU.-. th?
effect of which waa i" poaipon? ihe whole matter,
it came about thus A large number of th? del?
gat.s earnestly opposed and voted agalnat pi.inks
8 ami !? These ais?, voted sgalnai the n olu
tlon, and were Joined b) the will .*-'?>? i.tiisis. who
desire, of ?ll things, to k.ep ihe debate alive
The tesiili la thai the whole subject a? i?. Ihe
addition of an economic and florisllstli propaganda
to th?- traise? m ion creed -?il come up again ..t
the next ? (invention TI...test may be s. i ?lown
as a par llamen tan victory for Ihe iWiallsti
\nd now, in Ho- height of thta Intense d bata,
??a sud ..fur to-daj <-..limitais A ?mi?' ? .il.l? ?-ar? ?III
run tlu.iiigii ?la l!r<>a<lwa\ In South P?m ?rllhoul tmtis
Ps?BSjar? g.?lii?; le.rtl. i.. 884 h st M ?'. Iiitiil.ii?? ,iv?
terminals .an >.?\? ann..t,m.? ..f transfVr by boardlna
pr. |.<-i rar
i.Uumbua Awnua ?'ara will SB?**? I,lu? signs r?adlna
"i'olumUu? Arapua," and blu? ?id? liguu la aOiUUoa at
ire Hi?- brat?aad ??? pre went lb? loweat I
prier, .*.<? real? a pound. r?-<i?i?-<'?l fro? s*i.-<
il poilu?!. II Nnaaii'i St.. in-ill' llnlileu lain?'
?,?i i iiiti.-ii Htori-N. f*?tabll?bad --'A ymwura.
In which slmosl every de'.egat? lolned and nlearl)
ahn ed ids color?. I shall attei ipt to ? la? ill! I ? m
rdlng lo theli standing upon the connl? ins
oil? ?I! '.
i Thei ? are i few delegate? ? ho woui?
confine trades-unions rigidly lo their origina
f..??ion us "a methu I of eollertlv? bat lining roi
lfi-.tr constituencies," or, iti other ?ords, to nu-tter.
urislng In the business relatl ?ns of ? mployer to em?
ploye This ?di. ?. I should say, comprise about
?per renl ol all the rtel?egatrs. There men say: "this
la ..ut- distinctly? work. L? t ns consl?]? r all oth? r
questions ?rlth ?.ur feltow-cltlsens outside ??r trades
in ion ... ,
f- ,,,;,| Probabl) 90 per cen? of the del gat? ?
t.. a greater or lees extenl desire lo myi outside ?,i
Ihn Mstlnctlv* work of trades-unionism, and l vor
the Id ?- of commlttlt : II ?? F? loratlo i ? f Labor to
.-,- inonoml?' and pater all tie n i eluding
tho ?? which .???in?' within the dealgnatl.?f Popu?
lism, as well as of ?Socialism.
Third rrohabl* about 10 per eent of the delegates
m.. rVx-laiist? in principle, ? >f thee?, 70 pr ? ml
would attain unto I bj the pn
methtei? of tradei ??'- bile the remnlnli g 30
i. .-.ut would discard irades-unlon method?, and
l| ? |ki for Social,-:.! ?1 ?..!
In the cours? of the debate, oui and mil trades
unionist? declared that ibe extreme Hoclallsta ar?
rnemlei of the !?'? ??? ration, and I am Inclined lo
believe th? assertion correct
I '. nv< r. I?, ; i, !???:
? -?
T.. tl. ? i: IttOI of The Trimme.
sit : Seeing i ? 1st number of Ths Tribu?
? t. "I'onvlci l-sbor." I ?i.?ire to gtv? you
im optni ir .?i Impression? on the subject II la
evldenl that s Ian i of the convicta them
I to s lystem of ??? mpl? te Idl neat
... it ? . : m i ? a of mind ?n I body,
.. iii< which m ike- ? '???
p, ra'.?? ? of many, a:- ? man) more be ?me hope?
lesal) Insane on .?uni ?>f the terrible and unnat?
ural ? <? I? ' I?. ? man who rve the Btate,
f tl --.?.?? i term of twet
inder ? ?? II w ist be ??
re ln?l
Haunted h that wb? n h -
t t n? li it ? -, i- i he ? dl I.at no honu . :??.
.? ? for hi? needs
He ttiii-?! th
In th? a
thai y lie?
\ . -1
? . i hi? own pi even wild
? n : the Htal id I
; . -...dar ?tut !
.t.'. .... n '
; u ?
,? ? i re? ?? i umtx r of I
.'.it t ?
t pas? a . , ?
? ? ?
.. hoi
1 fit- that II '
; ?
l'.tnd \ -
? ?Id l'oint. Va : ?
-> ?
i'. i i. ? t ONI WHO
lit- KNOWN HIM i.'.v?:
Kli ?? peragra] ne of (
ni e fact tha
.... -gf-.nl ? ; ?
' .ver
\ . ? .i The | ? iy? In ; >' ' ?
irrenl hei ? .?ti I
?| ii. try It. (lib ? Repr? sente
? ? , . , .... .|-,.,
i . Republican but an I?
? t ? I W Ish r ig h l hei ? i
m? . .? ... i i?? vom h fot
i in
f the lie) . ind i ' l nomina
If. In t in ?mpn
it, r... t Mr. H
tntit-n ! Itepui
lion, .. ? ,
and afteii
and was a feal
rumoi r
! t\ Itli ?'? t I lili ; ?
lit- .?' th? t o? a It? t. ibiic ru-ci
i?t:y. to
v. ii .... - ?ti n tin neat Congre I
l?. g to a .t ? em hey will find
Itepui and ta 1 ???? Ti. in?"
as all tru? i.
? ? "
I ' . ?Ill liso Un 1 him ?"t t ri n to I..- t t uat? I as a
Itepui,;i? ni and ii an) ??: Ih? pp.??lil??n -nil \?:
lure to ,e "the gag< ??f I. il si the) ? id
tin I him i foeman "worth) f II I ? Th?
iiubllc i.i i . ' n r?l Oil t. may Ik
ano i ? ..f .?.I t.;. ti it ?-??mined
ample vlndl? ?l Ion \ i fn?m his Ii muraille publ'?
i ? ?: I . . ?tali ? m . '.'lit Jurlat, there w. t ?
in? i lenl ' rller II
countrymen ma) e/ell feel proud, and which prove
thai hi- Republicanism ie?;..ti while kitn* ?
critic? wer? : ??; mere chllfli ?i ll- will : ird :i me,
1 h??i>e, t??i men I lonlni ? two of t h
He is n.?'? ? natli ? ?'?in, '"ii l?.?s I.,. n
citizen, lawyer, ?tat? man ml jurlMi f?o over tnlrty
-, ? i : ii the l. t rl? ? wh< i he now live ? lie w?
born In louth Carolina, tlv?<] l?verai yeara in '.t.n ?
i .ad. and ... tu fail of I?.? Join? ?1 ..t . ? ? ,
"t. ihm it: In a Northern ? ?" -, ? h ? ? ? ?? were
dally associates for four ?? ? ?i snd whence he
was graduated hoi on'.) with hoi ir, but with
honor? 11 ? . lu., year? tha I I hi r? ?el
lion of tl??' Mouth began, and it wa? ?hen thai ha
sit .wed th? "m?tal ha ?.?- mad? of." lie promptly
look th- ild? of ih? I'nlon, although by - ? doing
Ii?. ..ppos.'l the wlili? s of lus kindred, he ?mule rlo
quenl ?n specctie? later In aid of th? recruiting of
soldier? From lirai t ? lust he wa? consistent, true,
patriotic, and to- ha? remained so, ? tru? u pub
I,? ?n thi i? and a true Republican now
If ,tn\ one iiuestlons whether I. whe vouche? tins
forHenryRichardGlbson.be a Republl in, lei him
aak for my reference? ?ad b? ?hall have them to hi?
heart'? content Recauae The Tribune staled that
the Imprest i ?n p-.k. n of I* current "here and iiiero"
t have written this communication; for her? I
claim the rik-hi t" defend mj friend there h?
can defend hlmaelf it. U \\ ? ?< >i >\v.\itl)
Rrooklyn, i?e?v ?l, iv?i
?im: or TIIGin i'kii:m?s noMPLAINM or iiik
To Ih? i :? 111. ,i- of Tiie Tribune.
1 -"ir: it I-? a dall) wonder I > me that men who are
constantly driving horses not onlj do not tr?al
them merely wltboul actual cruelty, bul do not
oft n contract real friendship for them. There Is
so mu? ii patience and docility In horse?; si many
nan* which rnen ?i ? supposed t.? admira in women
and hor.>. but fr?.m ail my observation In New?
York, I am Inclined 10 think the blggl r i.rut?- |g
ie t between m. wagon shaft? There ire excep
liona, bul ala , they ? to | rov? the rule, ! am afraid
if fou win ?-v.-r 11k? pain? to notice the fai of
m ?in ??f th?. ?torse? NT . you will be stni k l?\ th.>
i" t'.-. ? i . i nesa of their expression hopi I?
r.cML sad endurance, actual despair if -sou can
lmffp!ne ??? ii a ;,,,,u In ? horse's f...... \,. .... ?nder
it I? there when you not? ? ? regard of
even brut? reellngi whl ii characterises tin- way in
which ti- .?>.- Iraated The, are driven lit
i.- - nia? inn..s, their mouth? "yanked." Thej arc
-tan..I at a dead tr .1 and ar?- SUpfHMed to be
motion'.??? Sl a wold Kv.ty one w|,,, gjlOWl lilt
thin*- of home? knows h??.\ sensitive i- theli h- it
in?/, the) also have nerv??, and they ?r. v!ie.| at
How tired one ?get? ..f that eternal "Whoa," ami
?'.. t up." shouted nt the top of the driver brute'a
I ?j-w .? hor?e this iiiornlna. ?ttached t?> s mirket
wagon, walk a few pacea beyond the point where
he was supposed to a lop, and he wa* "-ranked" and
heat?", for it. A w imiti who ha? worked for
gaya tint in a coal-yard near her hou?**, tt ;?* eg
H?i Id ?Me the tt'.-iy 111- horse.?? Hre ^-.bui-e'l. Ef
n-h.fc tt Is the a?me: nut pecple are accustom?-'
It. I <lo not belief? -hat ?he human suffering In
cruel city cm compare with the sufferlrgs of
horse? through tli- ?tinter. They (the human*?
at least -.-petit ?'in beg.
J. ?-. A. MATHEW80
New-Tork, Dec. a, mt.
I to
es ti
Alfred T. White, the commissioner of City works
in Brooklyn, has don? s pabilo servios of iar.-e
value iti causing the ?tree! lamps In New-Utrecht
t.i be ? oun ? ! and then making .? eomparlaon be?
tween th? ?norraoua oversupply there and the total
number provided In the rest or the city, Tbe
machinations of th? little Democratic ring in the
?own of \*ew*L'ti'echt by which i lottg*t?tt*a can?
irait with a gaa company was made and lamp?
?I up without !he least regard to 'he nee? - It;
for : tern were describe ? ai some length in Ths
Tribune several months ago. There never was a
gi i ; patleni taxpayers of
any community.
Mr. White find? that Hiere ara :.'.KM sti-?-?i lamps
in what is now th? [thirtieth Ward of Brooklyn,
and -ays that if tin remainder of Brooklyn were
treated on the ?am? liberal s.-aie there would be
" " 0 lamps in I" lead of less than
Thi " ligures enabi? ever* one to estimate with
the ? ? ind haracter of the ?win lie
which has been i rpetrated ?>-* the taxpayers of
th? town, which l?ciamc - ward of Brooklyn on
July i last. Probably tli never was .? parallel : i
?t In the .-it.!:/. ! worl?l. Gas Limps extend ovei
miles and miles of absolutely vacant territory, be?
l up as numero i .-i' as If the whole region had
been thlrlcl) a cupl? ?? i. house? Thi? was provld
Ing for the future ?rltn n vengeance The whole
thin? was done undei th? forma of law, bill? being
worked tbrough the l-egialature without any *en
eral knowledge ?.' iheir meaning and Intent. The
m in ? t....'it re ;. onslhie . ? i this outrage on the tax*
payers ? '.?n ? ?i.i.-i Purgueson who ot -upled ? po
ln New t'trecht triklngly similar to that of
John v McKane In ? irave: end.
Th.. quest!.f the tali'lity of the eontracl with
th? lias company, which ha? twenty years yet t.?
run. is now before th? courts. If tu.sti??- Is done.it
will be ?el aside as fraudulent an?! wasteful. <'om
missioner Whiti evidently has no intention of al?
lowing th? rompany to prey upon the cllv if there
Is a pos? blllty of preventing It It I? the hdi-ht of
absurdity for as mucb ??? to be consumed on the
n? wl) laJ ? out an?i unoccupied ?treets ??f thu town,
<>r rather ward, containing about 11,000 people, as
would t.- required in n city of th? sise ???' Buffalo or
Cleveland !:' possible, the men responsible tor this
gross waat? of Ihe ? eople'a money mu-ht to be ma?le
t.. suffer for n There would seem to be ample
ground for ??roccedln? a-;?;- ?t them un?1er th.- Til
? .-.iii.-ii ti i? airead) ;.l useful in at leaal
one Importan! cae? In Brooklyn.
i/o/.'/ cot EHEI) SIDEWALKE
WOt THE l."\t?:i< PART ??:' MOlfTAOCE-gT.,
i - ar?.ie recently printed In The Btmday
Tribune deacrlbing th?- covert sidewalk i
? under which on? can walk without
?xposui to torm? i th? way fr ?ra I ?
? ? h il . dl I not es
,.. .
... i i- along ihe wi ll '?
H i hingt ii lent i 11 were, it
w '? not put there with the leflnlte Intention ??? pro
m the elements iti another
? ? ? th? r? .it.. tw ? covert
u ?Ik?, the roof? -.f which, l( Ihey ma) !??? ?o call d,
were ?? ?? ! with II -;?? ' of -hie: ling
?ru..:!? i. from th? of winter and th? I >'
t rhese are In M?ml ?
I -v.- n |h? " .-?? ||
f the
i from th? ?? ?? of gurman-st.
irt of Montagu? ? way. I? not .?
r*g'i!ar public I 11 ??? i ? i I I i
: in extent ui der pi
.?'.;;-; - - ,t ha*
ther ati The fac? ?>f
e atreti bins of
t from time to i me t i ?how
tn.t; th? t. - - , a ner? ha*.
i , It Is b?
pr ! vat
? ? ,? - >m ? w? ilthy pi "i1!- Ivli
? putting ai
is. On a | ? thej
? ive I ? " t y in can
ir awning mat? rl >i ???? i
ifford I pi ? I SO sat
ry that It ? :? : t . ??. t.i the expei ?
' ? ? ? ? Idewalk
: ?r? th.? building ??:' the ?? .b
even bo !.. ha I t.? fool It 'ip
? iticli a peculiar angle tJiat
mb Ii an ? on ? hoi afternoon.
H ,.| .... , i.. . ? ? '.??? ? -, -i gtlon si thai
It i- :ik>:>' ihn th? plan of coven l idewalaa might
iv? i.r earned Into ?ffeci. The rovartng is
? iceful h construction, and ?? t:..-:? ar
..- ' ul off from theni
i.t the roofs :i . objectl it '.?> them .an be ooncelved
rtalnl) I? ? ?real -??? ?r ?? of rom fort f.?
number? of people at all ?eaaona .f the year. It
that " ? - > m? i?: in ? ? il !
t ad i in tag.-w ied oui on a
, >ti Th* eon !;tions in Mon
01 ? if R PACKERS IRR Rl it.
Baltimore, Dec O (Special) Maryland oyster
packers at ? blue ov? lb? proape t for the -
The) have nol had auch s bad one In yean ?? I
I weal which aiw.ts
': ? ; : imp I ' ?
In the Weat, ha been be ...?.ir I.
.,- t ? he i i k.-r- ?nffei Man)
the large packera hav? .
n ;.
the road la greatei ' ng from
lay? brought In
? ? ^ da)
"?' a -, packer? .? ? ?;' i i if tbe) ? in
? '; ji r h ? expen?? ?.?'
? i have ? ;..-.--i
?ll half t!t?!r
foi ' ? - ? ini ,t < pi. ntlful
. ? rders. T1
: ? rrlty of money in Ihe
\. ? , fot the ti
i /? i ?. ???
i ?? R?v V II
in ?/?. ?. 11 in\ t,j
i ?
the Park < ? 'hurch,
gn itlon ? the moi nlng aer% le? t ?
d i) The resignation i ill ?fa stjuabb .?
that Las t. rn tt.. the last few
Th? t? .u'..i.- originated In (he action ol th
I ? corp ?i.?t: m, wbl
?red to settle up i!.. I 1.000 In lebte Im ?s ol
ting It In Iveni and g? ttlng back its
it s rcentag f their far? t ,.iu-> This
ha ? ? nbrol ? i the church bltt? t'..
\ large element in th church demand i th? ?ett.e
' th- it; I? ht !? .--. ? n full B) fore ? >t their
majority, however, tbe a?lvocatei ti i ?Ivent
?a ? ? i -i ,??. \ . ?rating the
from dl ?hon ?i ah!? action. Mr ! i
wa? ;. th? 'm ? an opt?onenl of thi policy, .?it I
In ?? doing Incurred the enmity of the oppoaltion,
Oakland, Cal., Dee a Mrs. Bleana Josephine
I..- Conte, ?lster-ln law of Professor Le Conte, ??r
Ihe Cnlver It) of California, was burned t?> ?bath
it the home of her ?on, In Berkeley, this after?
( 4 to 7 dose5
Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets
/.?..i vie unaliag n.imr and .t,',i>?<? /?> Ui on ,t ?omml tore,
//-?.'. our ohiftt in'tftnitii:- them out hmoAOM .'
O-ea.e*>??> ON I kMAl. "%.-%.-?>?
Thee ?bsotatety run Sick Headache, Mltonsneai
Constipation, Coated Tr?!--g*ne, l'??u Appetit?, trjrspep
sia .?-ui kindred derangements ef the Stomach, Uver
and ll.iwi Is
/lflii'1 iitnpt Aomr substituir su id /?' be "rust
u rooei."
7'tii- subs-tit nit- nuts th,- dealer leu,
tints/, i,./, \ BOUT the SB*?*,
HIS profit ii in the "JBBi At coin/."
Adrtrr-.? for I'sr-r Sami-i I .
No. 60j ruin Street, BUFFALO, N. Y.
wi: iii.it to.?i;
WKUBtm nt\o.
\\ -!ti:it<>0 4|>:
108 Fi?th Ave., cor, W, IGthSt,
.?es? crritnKlsT ^-s
ONE ."' THK .il.i.K.-T I.NBTITtTIONS Of Tl!,: !?nrW??>
.-;i.ITatl ?I?TOD,
rtica. lie.* a tsp-itii. ?With a sing!? i.'it'T'iiptioB
of four faara during the r ir, lbs Welsh ;?? ??; ?? iMVa
iui l mi Eisteddfod la it; i wnraUy on Um i-t of
January for forty years, T avsaasj
h iva been mads In i i... t, .? the
K.ith??rin8- on January i. MKS, will bave t ? i?--, ir.tw
est than fo.miT.y for ''yir.rii- etttseni In al! paru of
the ITnlted States. The fir-i atrslsei Bill be Md
on N?w Yesr'? Eve. wh- n .lo-dah perry, of this ?sty,
mm . f ihe most fluent of Welsh orator?, ?? i ?ir?.
?;?1e. rin the mornlnK ..f "!>yld ?'alan," the \Y?Uh
nasaa for New rear's Day, the presld? it arl : t>? T.
Solomon Or I At ha, probab!) th- n. .-t ?? lely k:. .-?n,
Wetehnan to tha United State? The indu? . :-.'?:h<j
fClsteddfod ??ill i. Henry M Edwards la.? ? n?ir?
of l.ai'kawanna < 'onnty. Pent ho -".ill.ilao
adjudicate the poatry, dedematkHM an! ?peeebsa
Th<? ?rocaltsti tola year arl'l h.> Mlas Ann', h ??. of
Columbia, Wls., the contralto, who n i? brought ts
AAMrlca with a Welsh coneei iron id R w-i.
ter Dairies, of Ntw?Yors, ' Klv, i. i ? > i rs>
from Vermont, Pennsylvania and VeaM .-?< w\\
compete for th? musical ??ri/-?;* Bai ? u and
.he nu f 111 . be?n
receive! from ' intcstants ?Isteddfod iMaegg
s ai" of the poema a hese ?re
srrateht II pur arti.-i?-. Many of
? asa) - ??? U I ??" i! ? I volume?.
Welsh -?:-.. i:< ' d-itss
sa far back as the da) f Dyfnwal M mud esate
urloa before the Christian era, originating in iha
early ruatom of deciding pu '.?hat
?? is ki. ?a n a - r- uth ?.a
- nj
? ty with th .It
it a Idlag
questlona is an
assembly f..r fostei , : l.ng
? -
?- h? 1
in 117, sn 1 this i - ,n be
ited with cartaii '
the Eisteddfod, it? 1 are
:.i? ar itlv? , ? ? . rented
the twel ? ? l
i... th '??? of the ? \ .. i are net
? -t*ul and th? ? Sf thg
i..,?- ?rill probably ever h.?;i to th- ni t an.-tent
-i y of the Etat? ! ir. !
rhe flrsi Elate Idf? ! Instill led ? ? ?ntti ?nt
waa probably that <?? i . ' hut
ttiat ?>f ( il? a ??a? founded about the ?am? ttaaa
The history of ii-.-- latt? ' baa been ? ':>' *r
any ??:h?-r in bu, es?. ?ltd?-? .?h several I.?.- t**n
h.l! in various State? Tne greal I ill -?-??ion
was. of ..our??', that he, I In Chica I tb?
World? K.ilr .
rndouhtediv. it-?, presen) Sourtallng ?tat? of tag
*,v.-:*h language and lit? ? itare la l< ?lj to th?
:..t'-i i.'., i i his i? ? -? '
h of the ? "eltl? race, ai i '
In*- ?ha? rh?ie will be found, these days
an Irish Bist? : Ifod. whlcl ?I
Irish buiguagi and lit?
has i e-, lia ...n ,i-?^i i ? ..- .
thi? country, ??ho
?Ile?;., ai in m i : In ?
life into
. .??,! ?' '?
? ?i Irish
h th?m
?elves are ashamed of H Still th?
pis to ?. bom it in the -? ?J life and
. ...i ?.-. . - ik ' oth ! (looks
..- i ; ind hletK are bell ? ?enl sat In
irelaid, and ar?* spreading amona ?"? ;?' ?>??' A ??v*i
for the Hterstun
A llorar? i urloa ty ha? ? -' ,n
this conn, -tloi Is th? i f rilmwnt Vj
rrsd it the gres I. held ?t
Caerwya, 1- llntsh - '??'"
Ella ibeth, In '.'?'* : I iwarded by
a . om ?? i '
m inded i.r? ? ?v'r-,>
w ,,'.?- . ? . i ?.
"Know all Men by tl ?-- '?
a ? 'ongi ? ?-? . if i
.... .. :? ' ? ... \'?. In the ten!
i . ?:???. '.? ? ?
? *fA
Her MaleetV? I ?I at
Wal"?, u : !?? fore ?\ llll ??? Mo?tyt
? ip
John ? ? " ? - ? "?
Tlielv. .tt I irlfllth. S ? n.
Ev in I.I..? I of l.i!. and Will im il
"An ' ?: tl .??? ?
M:i/ -t? ? conn. ' do . ' - ... ?
\ % .-itan liai th? ? ? ?? I ? ? ??
order thai i-?? tona r<" 'five and li "?
lain him In ... - me,
to recelv? I - 'r
. ,? te? i- i its i -i- m ?snd pro? '
un 1er oar h tul ? . ' ? . ?
< tn i ? -
he knot? n a? Siiion
h-m ireil with the ? ?
? . ? i Kl?ii l?1 foil. It Is not a bai '
.,,tif. -t-, i foi ? ? ? . ? In .vocal m u? ?
of this bard's poems, a? ?..'.,- ? ir, ara
still ?xtanl m manu ?crl| :
ram ?xu warmcii n*i
M - ? ,-? -i. lase, j i > as)
Sit ?IIS! ??*?
i. ?? pi ? - ?1?.
i-elope ! "ti ',? It?, hjf Mini I SJ
i:.??'?"in i '..??? ? i-!. - bei
land, "i. hi ? ?? ii ' ? ? i >? ? at
MiNini , ?
in ????!??. a . a
? | ? ? 1.
- | . ?? ;.. ,? I !..? \ . , I
Tar?ai<mlag vcatser ?mi itarhi ? ?: ?? ""'|
ereur isj
fair ?reather In it! i 'ii?i di?
ns., slew!) in ..ii ,ii tr! i
?reel ??here It will h? colder.
I'KTAll.KI' rORBCAST rOR l,.!'?V
I-. r Mala?, N-'??? II. .; ?' I I I ? "?-t
ner'h ?. m |? ;? , aaUag - ..nli.
!->r .?l..?.i. I..I-.T? Kk 1- i- o I , i ? f?"1
? ? , . la
!?' ? Eastei a \ ?. ? ?.. at
r-r gaatera Peiiasifl sal? I N n ns?
. ?i i ?? Inda i a mina ? ".",:
Por t!??- Dtsti et of i. M ???t.
fair, easi wlnl. !??>. ..mip< ?oath
t at ?Testera PanasytvsaM ssd ?? stem Wee ? '??
rreasint rloudlness; ira i-, i north ??mis !>.- if
r ? in ,. threatentn? ???? uh i ?? . ?
i'.,i- in li .-i.? thp ?....'? .ta
nurthern portion tvarmei - ith ?.ni
Tfiir.l",-!* LOCAL OBgFRVATI N ;
3? l J'*
A A 8 j |_i__i.
HOIltM XlortiiLS.
'?? i ?. ?
la i'ii.- diasjrsni ? coniu ?, ??.? ..ni . llaa -? .?? ,:??
fiia i??? in i.ie-.iar .i? indlesied i.? Th? Prls?i??'s ?*?f
i ?wording baromeur The brekes lia? r. ?. awau !'?? saa>
i..?, i. ; i Bi Perry'? Paana
Ti.?.iin.t itiffct? i?. ?\ i :i , The ?arealhav rumsss
?ii fair .?-i i un. ii nnl ' ? I SB?
t??..n :i.'i mi.i M d'Vi p ii,- Jill '???
!.. '?'?!? than :..?lii-.!.i\ and IIH, |.??.i' DM ItH ? M ISSSj "' "<?#
I da
l-'air ani ?farmer reatbet ?uii prnlwM) sr? all I 'tr
'I'lie Mi?,li*i-n 4lnllwr
baa found thti hat i tils m - ara lasj ? I Basis hr th?
Blaasaai laxatrre, S-rrsp f Pags, ?rhes ?-? fi???i at ????
ia??n\? rfr?rt or a gamt? ramadi raas hy ?ny .ahor, ?nd
lliat It is m?fS aro?i>iili|* n? iliem. I lilldrsn ?nlov U, an I
ii .,.ti?nii ihp.,1. ras traa rasaedy. Syrap .' i-iw?. m
iiiannutiurtd by Hi? CaiKcrnis fig Sjrup Co. only.

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