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SSLSSSS? 2 kmsolmtb ij issi.
On and Near
Have Increased Some
10 Per (lent.
Since the completion of this
new transportation line
some 10 days ago.
We Predict a
75 TO 200
Per Cent
Lots I, 2, 9 and 10, block
16,Yesler's First Addition,
60x128, at S3OOO, one
third cash, one-third three
months, balance 6 months.
Beautifully situated on high
pliteau, eight minutes' ride
from postoffice.
Also lots 4. 9, 7 and 8, block
6, Burke's Second Addi-
tion, on Jackson street.
$21 00, on easy terms
five-acre tracts 50. 16. 26
•nd 47.
toes and Second Stret-ti.
Seattle, - W. T.
W. P. BOYD & CO..
and 623 Front street.
Cloaks! Cloaks!
New Fall Styles.
he unparalleled success of this department during the
ast season warranted us In placing large orders early. Con*
sequently we are in a position to offer this season the largest
and choicest selection of the very latest styles of Ladles', Misses'
and Children's
In all the Newest Shapes and Designs.
A Large Variety of
Children's Cloaks!
In the very latest 6tyles and very low prices.
Daily opening of SPECIALTIES In Staple and Fancy Dry Good:
Irom Chicago and New York.
621 and 623 Front Street,
FUVALLUP, W. T., Oct. 5, 1888.
James Bothwell, Secretary Home Fire In
surance Co., Seattle, W. T.- DFAR SIR: Ac
cept my thanks for your check for SSOO just
received. ! hid not yet received my policy
when the fire occurred, but it proved "O. K,,"
and your promptness pleases me. The fire oc
curred yesterday and today the money is paid
in full of the face of my policy, 1 shall say the
"Home" of Seattle is good enough for me.
Very Respectfully, E. BARTLE'I T.
Attractions for Nf.\t Week
24-in. Plush reduced to $1 50
Former price 2 00
Also Plush at 50c. 75c, I 25
Reduced from 75c. sl, I 50
Satins at 25
Reduced from 50
SPECIAL—ISO dozen fine embroidered Cashmere
Cloves at 25c; worth 50c.
Also a great many other articles which will be found
equally as cheap.
Opera niook, Front
Eshelman, Llewellyn & Co.,
Extoild * coril!»i INVITATION to »!1 VISfMR* t. *K ITTI.P. *■■■ wcU »• to a.) rrti
deoti, tu call *1 thru olliw,
StiKi'S} "SKftSS" .••.rWJKS.W?™" SSK
•jiuUuMnr* FUEK i,F >'frr 10 MH AtJ if *'*4 W P-* •«
some okimj la ihe
Future Great City I Pacific Coast
• C
We ctß Ki! yon let* in
i ] M« i» the m*i<ttJ«ctun ns peaser o( Seattle.)
Or l«t« la otter *e» :.*•»»■.! *.Witt.>u» ,»• hMtnew *n<l !«»<«<» «*•»*£
»trwt* ia s.«t:I«- ur tal'urlaui blurkitil• "«■" lt»> ip»J j-r*toi»,. r.itott
roar our chauee itt « Ufrtimr to #>*ar* fortnue. «#ot*Bt»e»t *t»4 hmpptcM*
CTCISuM* U an. . M . that Will i-ntv ;.:v f.-r 5.« r !.>«»
wife and eblktrva. Sdttu- wnl d«tU« in u m
|Mf>«lati«u ai* fuming to t
rim. u. b, wcarlM . «~tho 4 wUt « »«« ha.* «.' «vr. *«■*«•
ruur (racp, U»T«. (aub, Ismt and Ik to Mr ■ ft*tn*c is th< New \ fc. U-« I wwe.
E. LOBE & CO .
Just Received. 50 Crates Crockery, direct from England,
which wiil be sold cheap.
Mr. Blaine Speaks at New
Albany. Ind.
Blaine Takes Mills and Fairctaild to
Task for Clarlng Misrepresenta
tions The Old Roman Repeat* His
Tarts' Tax Talk—Minor Political
N*w Atuiv, Ind., Oct. 15.—Inclement
weather interfered somenhat with the
demonstration orer the arriral of Hon.
James O. Blaine, "ien. A. P. Hovey. Corpo
ral Tanner, lien. Adam E, King and A.
Towards u*an the rain abated,
and the thousand* of visitors from Ixraia
rille, Ky., Jefferson rille, 'h arl est on, Mad
ison, C'orydon and other point. tram|<ed
about the muddy streets.
Af>o'clock Ttlaine and Gen. Hovey held
a public reception at the Windsor hotel,
around which several thousand people
gathered. After shaking hands for an
hour Blaine thanked the assemblage for
the cordial welcome extended Gen. Hovey
and hfncseW, and returned to ex-l'ongrff*-
man Culberson's residence, where he re
ceired many callers during the day.
Notwithstanding the unfavorable condi
tions lb* street parade in the afternoon
w«» declared by the citizens to be the
largest and most imposing demo&ttnltoß
in the history of the city. A mtta meeting
was held at which it is estimated from
19.0t0 to 12.000 pen-on.* were present. Blaine
arrived at .j:2O and was given an oration.
He WM in pood vote® aud spokes* follows:
Mr Chairman- U<t Wednesday at
Goshen, I c:atf4that Mr. Htvemeyer.
paMettttrf the nqirtnist, had appeared
before the way* »ud mean* committee
when the tariff' was up, and. according to
Senator Allison, had secured a rearrange
ment by which 96400 ,uco wa- put
i»io the pockets of loat trust. Mr.
Mills, chairman of the way* and
mean* committee. in a special
card printed this morning in the Louisville
paper*, denies that Havemeyer ever ap
peared before the committee, or that any
such arrangement a* 1 bave spokeu of was
made for hia benefit. Ido not know what
Mr. Mills means by thi* denial, unless it is
that Havcmeyer never appeared before the
full committee when In regular session,
li Le means that be did r.«» f IMWO before
numbers of the committee in the commit
tee room. then he is contradicted not by
myself but by th* (bmgrational I tmrd.
«#n page 60G3 of the fon§rr*%i<i' (i H>ntnt
for the current session, issued on July lA. a
debate is reported i u whien Breekeurldge
of Arkansas, a member of the ways and
mean* committee, admitted that he had
invited ilavemeyer and bis attorney to the
room of the committee on the 12th of \pril
to talk over the sugar tariff, and Breclten -
ridge of Kentucky, another member of the
ways and mean* committee, admitted
having met ifavemever and his
attorney at another time. All that
1 stated is substantiated by what
i now quote, and in consequence the sugar
standard was changed from No. lit, origin*
ally reported and printed in the tariff bill
as No. 16, as reported by the ways and
means committee aud p***ed the bouse,
and it was in this change that Senator
Allison fluds the fri,ooo,ooo the Mills com
mittee put in the pockets of the trust. 1
may take Mr. Mills denial, if he chooses,
that Ilavemeyer never appeared before
him, hut here were two members who
openly acknowledged they had heard not
only Ilavemeyer, but his attorney, and the
attorney was skilled in every feature of
the sugar tariff, and uot only knew what
point* were advantageous to the govern
ment, but also knew still further what
points were advantageous t- the tru.>t.
The latter points seem u> have been adopt
ed by the ways and means committee,
though perhaps Mr. Mills did not know it.
f Laughter.)
I find also in the papers U-diy the re
port of r Democratic meeting in Sew
! York before which FiircbiM, iccretirr of
; the treasury, appeared to defend his policy
j of loaning )0O,w)O,OOO of the people's money
,to certain pot banks without inter* st. Hit
; defense consist* chiefly in proving that
I overstated the amount these hanks could
make out of that transaction. He Kays
that I calculated intent!: on the whale
whereas the hanks are COB
; iwiled tokcep» per e« :oin their vaults,
j Poor hank*' What hard* hips they have to
lendure! iLan;rht«r I tkink Fairchild's
! answer is positively amusing, and it re-
I calls to m»f the soliloquy of the man who
j drew a 110.000 prize in a Jotterv a few years
J ago, when the habit wan to deduct 15
; tn>r cent, before paying the amount
j How lucky it wa*, he savs, that I did not
i draw $20,000. It would have ruined nie to
pay the premium. [Laughter.) Falrchild
; does not frankly and manfully confront
the issu.\ He does not state to the people
how the bauks could afford to buy govern-
I meat bonds when the government itself
• tmid not afford it. If it was an sdvan
tageous proceeding for these banks to in
veal $tt),o00,000 in government bonds, why
was it n<>t Mill more advantageous for the
j government to do it? (Cheers ] I press
this question upon Mr. Fairebifd, for he
has uot answered why, if the hank* could
make 2or 'J\s per rent, upon the purchase
of Cnited Stales 4s, the treasury depart
ment could not make as much when by
f doing what the banka do he could have
: wiped out $60,000,000 of the public debt,
j 1 press this question because it is a perti
nent question.
'*JlfK"!No TifE *•! BPLf -
lien. Harrison made a well-grounded
I accusation and UH-4 a happy phase when
j he accused the national administration of
•'nursin*? th" surplus." If Pafrchtid had
Invested |6OOO 'oJoin rutted St*t -b>nd.«it
would uot have appeared in the turnlus.
but if he ha«t loaneJ It to pet banks it sti II
appears a* a part of the surplus, to get
rid of which the people mu*t destroy the
I protective tariff". Tfc» re is a very sugges
ts** point 1-oarineou that, to which I tieg
Faircbild's attention. Between March,
j lNv». aud June Iwf, a vear and four
months from President Cleveland's in
' angnration, the surplus ?n the treasury in
i < reawi t'' : >.000,000 aud the public debt was
only reduced $60,000*000. «»f thi« $50,000,-
000 forty-four and a ha'.' million* was a
; compulsory purrhaae for the linking fund,
i The further fact is rev. a led that there
' was at that very date 0.000,080 of 3 per
I cent, bonds that conld nave t*s?n called in
n\ j>ar aud they were left in the hands of
private holders drawing Interest, and iu
order that the has hear of the *ur*lr.s
might he raided, and, as <»« a. Harrison
fa>s, "carefully nursed."
Trie xitrFUJC4Xi lcft NO scarvr-.
j Mr. H'aine said that when the Demo
-1 rrati< party came Into power, four year#
aco, ithad found no surplus at all. though
| during the campaign of fleutefatic
speakers bad placed th~ allege I aurplas at
■; • > . i .;-- poli. yof Prgakk I t I \ •
{land's admin ;s* ratiou wa« to sr cumulate
a snrplus. whirh eoald have been avoided
l-> pa> ing oit t»nds as they testae due.
IN KsCftSlfe ciroaa TBB rtarix.
Mr Hlaia then said; "I believe. Mr.
jt l airman. :Vat then* never wa« an ad
mi nisi ration of t e treariirv
that shewed so Ilt*ie practical cons pre hen
rU*a of the cundltkm of the ci> nitrv. one
that has been so filled with that offensive
eooct-it alwavs mark*: the free
trader. ! *aid before, and I repeat iiosr.that
f a Kepublican le rttarr of the treasury
had ItaiHHl seo.one.ooo to pet baLfc' all on r
the conntry without interest, the I* mo
e* atle party. if they controlled the bouae
*>f repre*en*alive*, svuid have mored to
I impeach him and I belfew u. ! do n< :
•»a* tl-« tt» pab!,* an* ««mld so treat secre
tary Fa - .'.ld, tx« ant> K wnld:»aas are
• uot fond of violent methoos. but art> s<
mst »me 4to wiih cauftion.
They do not wis 1 to impearh n>ro Wff*rr
: the senate, hut they impeach him before
| the high eonrt of the people, for ha>iag
Intone that whleb waa pialnly aeainat the
POhii. tab rest st . i -r J-a* f* •• •. W ?*•
spend to the set be ft»rm?r see
ivtar.e® of ihe to farihfully and
? eorstantly appb. iug the surplus *.« reduc
tion of the pablie mrbt. i« he
Mr. Blaine c»»n< luded w;th >ou;e rvf*'-r
to Use tsrifT are? ita ralatbmsto the In
Uiiftrta! interests la the vb laity of Stw
In i: • th»r« *»» » »< n h'lsM I *
ra«le. aad «re» Hoeef »nd r4»rj«oraJ Tanner
a lar»e a wtteuw at Ma****;
ha f Mr. Blaine aad hit pert* katv -r
Lafayette at * o*ek*rfc to-»om>w ns!-r.iit»«
He »j* ak* at an«*»
\v e4need*y at eraoon
A Speerh at <Haelhyetll# tw ratty
TiiAutand r#«p:e.
Sa*.L? vetik*. Ind .Oct, l> Ja»trr Thee
maa it-tt Claeinnati thU mantins f«w the
f>•«••• snorrafir !#rbecae heM tiew ikw
ajtefaoea* He aa* ree*ieed with enfljnai
a*sb a»•>»-.'f Uie mcie, an 4 arr, f*- a*aad
a )iVofTsai4di of I»e«MfraEr
nifllitlfmi a mif 5 -sg Tfc--
»a» ra r.-f. \tmr4it* n«
wa« airtrea » draam be ratiy
deeoAii'd sra» fc«v '■» t r^tghUk> einrthi
aueeff tiif* #••?:! miwe e#ow*ed fai?
grv'UH'.l*, rit;»?' ISla jiepa*** wete
and baw! tra". "•» r-i rv4M tkPie aud*,
fr-»:a ahKh j»r*'f«!n* ts* ai-*an*r» £k Id fo lb,
•atmae Iw-saae iSrtfea*-" Voorhe**. <*<?>..
JP;a k. %»res a»d ' tfeer*. J«4«e rhne
mati »&> rceatrtd aith v- '...fei:a*m at«d
an ke ti (w&MK
"i em iapf; afs I# a-v-«wfcd a*c #%gaa
; ttl vietuy ia thi* stale. and tinory in In
• dim* Kttn the election of Uroref Cleve
t land to tie presidency of the r ailed
Slates. [Applause) Sow. car friends
there Thuntian produced bis hnurtan*.
which •« the signal for Another outburst
of applause), (oux rears ago ! had the
booor to speak tu a uc niter 01 meeting* ia
Indiana. . wa* advocating the election ' >i
Grover CieTeUad to be presided. Our op
ponent* were nctlrely engaged in the same
i «WtH. and wherever I went I heard their
: zio»nr pisdiosi.uo( what would befall tae
[ waiitrf should Clereland be elected
president Kverywhere they pre
dicted rain to the business of
the amtrjr; cTcrywherv tier toid
a, that the mills and factories of the
I'aited States would abut down because
they could not iire under the adtninista
tion of Grorer Cleveland. The people did
not believe their sad prediction, an 1 they
[ elected that man to the presids-ucr. and lo'
he ha* been preaidett for a lit I o.er three
tears aud a half and what do we hear
yvby, from the* very same Keoubbcau
orators we hear it declared that the United
-tates nerer was a• prosperous as ther are
this day. [Applauae.j All their prophe
cies of niin of the business of the country
bare gone to' nothing and is only rtm-o
bered to be rldlcuied. [Applause. j
•■ay friends, there neTer was a president
who took bis seat under none trying cir
cumstaoces t ia'i Cleveland. The Ik-rao
cratic party had been oat of power for
nearly a quarter of a century Of course
there were t»ew«*s«ts ssho thought woen
we got a I'emocratic administration every
Democrat in the laud ought to hare a rood
office. Of conrae there were others who
wanted bnt had their own pecu
liar notioua as to how the government
should be conducted, aud to meet aud sat
i-fy the wishes of the people. those who
eleced him pnebtcnt, that man Clerelacd
had the hardest task that ever was encoun
tered by the president. And how has he
performed that task*
"The people's answer to that ,jueslion is
found iu the fact that afler three aud a
half years of his administration the Dem
ocratic convention at St. Louis reaotni
uiited him by a unanimous vote. Ltt u.e
say once more No dishonest, uo second
ritieman. nobody but a grea; ntan. no
b<idy but an upright, Industrious, cour
ageous man ever yn was honored iu this
way, and therefore the answer to what is
said against Clevelaud ist 'Behold, the
American people have spoken lu his fa
\ ~r.' (Applause, i
"My friends, if I had time to do it I
would like to say a few words upon a *ub
jeet i!iat interests yon so much and which
is talked of so much this year—the ques
tion of the tariff. What is a tariff? It is
nolhing in the wide world but a tax. It Is
a tax levied on yon people, aud when it is
levied for no other purpose than of
furnishing the government of the
country with surticieut means to car
ry the government ou, no man of any
party wakes objection to it, tut when it is
used not for the purpose of raising in that
way the necessary revenue for the govern
ment, but for raising millions aud tens of
millions, nay hundreds of millions of dol
lars or more of revenue for which the
government has no use, then, my friends
the government puts its bauds into your
pockets aud robs you of your daily earn
ings. [Applause. { I'pon every article of
foreign manufacture that la brought
into your country for sale thi* tax
is levied. It is collected in the custom
houses of the United States. It is first paid
by the man who brings goods hen', and
then of course he put* that tax upon the
price* which he paid for the goods, aud
*eils it for that increased price when ke
dispose* of it to the merchants. Then
when the merchant sella it to you he keeps
on that tax in the price which he charges
you; otherwise he could not carry on his
business 24 hours.
He adverted to the treasury surplus, aud
said that was Juat so much money taken
out of the country. "That is just so much
money which the people might use in
their many business transactions and in
supplying their daily wants, and would so
use it were it not locked up in the vaults of
the treasury. My friends." coutinued he,
"our «pponents *■*/ this tarkf Is for
the benefit of the laboring man, a* if it
could p s>ibly be for the benefit of the la
boring man to tax him on all he wear*, on
all the tools and implements of his trade,
and wheu he diea carry him In a taxed
Collin to the grave. No; tnatis simply an
absurdity—the idea that a nation can be
made rich by heavily taxing its people far
beyond what the necessities of the govern
ment require. The idea that a man can be
bettered by taxing him on all the neces
saries of lifo i* nothing short of an al>-
surdity. (Applause. J
Hut the Kepublicsn* state that tfce Demo
crats propose to br<.ak down all the manu
facturer* in the eountrv, but, my friends,
they will do no such thing. They mean to
give the manufacturers a fair chance for
an honest living, and when they do that
they do all that an honest man can ask.
That is all they talk about, our oppressing or
Iteing the enemies or laboring men. Why.
in the name of all that is good, of what
mannvr of men is th- D-n.ee a ic party
composed? I have belonged to it ever since
I was knee-high to a duck, ss we boys used
to say. [Applause. \ I have watched it.
beeu of it aud seen it under many and
many an administration, aud always 1
have seen that ninety-nine one hundredths
of the men who belonged to the Demo
crat party are laboring men." [Applause
and cries of "that's right." A voice: 4 *Not
for a dollar a day either, uot if they can
get more."]
Governor Gray followed Judge Thurman
and held the crowd for three quarters of
au hour longer, after which the were
driven to the depot aud after some little
delay went on to Indianapolis, where the
judge will remain over night. The party
arrived at 0 o'clock. To morrow afternoon
at 110 o'clock the judge aud party will
leave fur Fort Wayne, where Judge Thur
man will .speak Wednesday.
A Very l.arge llelegatlon to Call on
(•en. Harrison
IxbiaHsroLis, Oct. la. —The seeretary of
the Commercial Travelers" Club
a circular to the effect that the commercial
travelers have arranged to assemble in
mss- contention at iudiaaapuli* on the
J'th, in the Interest of protection to Ameri
can industries. Indications arc that it will
l»e the lar<c<: meeting of the kind ever
held in this country, the circular claiming
that every article produced and manufac
tared in the United fttales will be ret're
sented. Responses have been received
from Chb ago. St. Louis, Cincinnati. Cleve
land and other cities, shewing that the
greatest interest is being taken in the mat
ter. and that all traveling men. irrespective
of party aAllattona, are arranging to »i*-nd
thaf 'lay in lndiaua{>oHs, which is to be
known as Drummers' day. The pro
gramme i* to meet in convention, organise
uad MMi luaoiuti »ns. after whi« h tin v w .»i
j ay their respects to Gen. Uarri>>on.
*»JU» t'RANCIM- > Vteptiblican Ticket.
San FuanciH >. tH;t ta The Republican
city au 1 county convention ruaseembied
thi* « vening aud nominated for major
Charles R story, seerefar> of the Home
Mutual Insurance « umpany; f»«r superior
• idges, J. T I»ar* . i K BonestelL H. H
faylor, S it Hoiltday; for stale senator.
Twenty-fifth «{istr ct. James E. Briti. for
a>eembiyman. T»veety-uisrth dis»ricf. Tbo*.
K Mnlvey. Twelve »cbo*d direcP>r* werv
K.'RUuatrd, of whom six were ladies.
Poll - jmisr* s and Jasti«»cs were nominated,
an the convention adjourned • til Wedmt
day nighl to complete the ticket.
Iteerption to Congr^««o»en.
.Sin I'tisctwo. Oct. ! —A fiattenng
eeption riven Cougr. ssnten W. W
Worrow and Charges N. Filtonhythe K*-
j übltcans of San Fmncls o to-uisht in
eeaaplimest fortneir work ineongresa. A
procession of RenuW;can cinbs of the
citv. ci mrri»icg about ew men. all being
;u uniform. marcUed through the principal
streets To tie Mechanics' Pavilion, whet*
speeches which cslied forth e» thn«iaatic
applsMiae were made by Morrow. Feltoa
and 1 iiaothj Ouy Pheljis
Shr»w»l Toang Prmorrat*.
Smv Vena. t.>ct. I«>.—ln the contest of
tht factions for the
a.ify. the Y«>uog Men's iH-mor-ratic Club
e ? uu e fence to-nlgbt hy declaring it
il.d tf * . itnf» .ird i ? s constitution to
endorse or t n the <an<iida*cs for
municipal office* when the Democratic
jar v has u.««re ihanote in the Oeid.
A Texas Kapablieaa Murdered.
llgMrvrtaD, Tex., «Vt. lA.
IMe, •'i KrftehtS'en r-aaoi'iate for
*•. ttt.u a »h-T. aa*
amhu*b »a*ur<!av n:ebt. No of
ib aaaaailaation have been uotaioed
A fl< »t »f Alien* Naturalised
(Hu ift!,d» ? li-Fftten htindred taen
of ear; • aatw-ri«:iii*» wre tiararaJiaed
! >arf today. Ttwr aev--n ja4gi> of tb«
<v.«»t» dnrt aod their *irrk» were tew
bttv* tuoft o* the day.
Sau I'raoritro'a Ttegiatratlon.
*a* F*a»« i>e*. IS.—The
of thl* wlus th«
great eloaad, waa a
7k# f*«»pw i* latMM.
t IS. —* erdioe flllpill*,
aeantai l « e.'
♦otae tarWw B\utr)>a. b w :» b he aeya
t i-'?* tc wiUi Esnpen-r
\A 1 -rn's t*br-<- *.• itwr Vafliflfcss, and UMtt
Wtllhun taeognisae* the pojea
'"ipfrenaiag I»r. MabeWaata'a
Bftst. #. tViL L».a ere ae a eg
e.a «otMra <4 l*r. Xe tcMk i hoa»k. wher
•*e? S»"DK-d rony thovaand ware
•ese4 in iAtifmic
First Ruling on the Chinese
Exclusion Act.
Judge Sawyer Sustains the Hrusrr
Om (nry Point Nwt an Ex l'oat
Facto Us. Bat Repeal of a Treaty
The Chinese Waiting In p„ rt
Mast Return.
Ass FaaSK tsco, Oct. 15.-Ju.Jge Sawyer
announced a decision in the Catted States
circuit court to-day lu the two test cases
under the t hiaear exclusion act. The
court holds that the act Is constitutional
and that it* provisions apply to ('hie ewe
now ia port or on shipboard; to those on
the way from China and to those still iu
China. It is estimated that this decision
will affect about 33.009 Chinese, as there
are over S0,O» re;urn certlScatcs still out
standing. and It U beilvv.d UhiW are now
3000 Chiaamea in their natir* country who
had lived here before the restriction a-t
was pswd aud who, before the passage of
the exclusion bill, would be entitled to re
turn to this country under the claim of be
ing prior residents.
About CH Chinese hare arrived in this
port since the approval of the exclusion
act, and about 700 other* are aow on the
way from China.
The decision of the court, which is rery
leugthv, declare* that the language of the
act is clear and exact, aud capsble of bear
ing but one construction. It begun to
operate from the moment it w»* approved
by the president, and thouch the petition
ers iu these cases were ou the high tegs at
the time the art was approved, it never
theless operates tipou them. The court
further declares there is no specific con
tract between the I'uite.i states govern
ment and individual Chinese laborers by
which the latter should lie entitle,! to re
turn to this country after on, e departing
from It. A return ■ ertsflratc is re. « e r •
tract, but only all instrument of c\ idea e
to estah.ish the loeutity of a perwwi a!
ready entitled to certain privileges tiader
a compact between the I'ulted State* and
tiie ('bines,' government as between th.
two govesnment*.
Treaties, lik • othtr laws, confer rights
and privilege* a# looa s> they a t» in forro,
and theooui! holds liiat the rlgbt of c »n
--grLfis lo legislate in xueh a umrai-r a? to
i-ontrol aini rtpt-ai the stipoiatiow* t;f
treatiea has been clearly An
act of eongrcsa a Mibjret within it#
legislative power is as b.udin? upon the
courts a* a treaty on the fame subject.
Both are biariioff, except n- the Jttter one
couiiicts interferes with the former.
l"p<»n the other point urged by the coun
sel tor the Chinese, that the exclusion art
i« unconstitutional on account of it> being
an ex law, the court states: "We
do not find any element of an < r ;»sf fact >
law ia the act now in question. There is
nothing in th© nature of au offense .u a
chinaman departing from the country,
aud his departure is not mode an offense;
and there is nothing in the nature of pun
fshmentorof penalty imposed for the act
of having departed from the eountrv. iu
providing in the interest of the people of
the United States, under a change ol pub
lie policy, that he shall uot return, lucre
is simply a repeal by congress of prior law
found iu a stipulation of a treaty with
Counsel for the Chinese gave notice that
they would apjteal the cases to the United
States su}wreme court.
Canada Hay Object to In)ted States
Celestial* Kcuiafniug.
NIAOASA FALLS. Oct. I'.—The four chi
namen continue the ward* of the Grand
Trunk railroad. The Grand Truuk author
ities havedoue everything iu thi ir power
to get them across the frontier, even com
muui'ating with the authorities at W ash
logtoß. Raeb timsa r*p;v cams that tbey
cannot be allowed to enter the country.
The rhiuamen have now sent a communi
cation to the Chinese Ambassador nt
Waohinuton. No douM the matter will ' MI
cotne an international question between
China and the United State.*, aud possibly
Canada and the United States.
The feeliug here is that tue Canadian
government should object to Canada being
made a dnmpiug ground f.*r the Chinese
pauper population of the Uutted States,
made paupers by the United Sates author
ities not allowing them to return to their
places of business aud work.
MONTREAL, Oct. 15.—The four t hiaameii
who have been under detention i r the
t»a«t week by the customs authorities, be
cause of the refusal of the American
authorities to receive them, have been lib
erated, the poll tax demanded having been
paid. It ha« co»t each < hi tamau iu ail
*lt> >, 1115 for a through ticket from Hong
Koug to New York and I. J for the tax.
A Contract With the Canadian Pa-
cific—Three New Steamers.
MONTREAL. Oct. la.— A cable dispatch
from London says: The Pa itlc mail con
tract has been signed between the imper
ial government and the Cauadisn Pacific
Railway Company. Tenders for three
steatnehi will be received within a week.
The stipulated service is to commence in
1* months, the company receiving annu
adv £45,000 from the imperial government
in addition to £L>,OOO from the Dominion
government, for a monthly service for 10
years from Vancouver. n »t only to Yoko
harna and Hong Kong, as fi st intended,
but aiso calling at shanghai.
Increasing auxh ty is felt to ham that
the Dominion government realms *s that
the whole efficiency of the Canadian route
to the East uopeuds upon the Atlantic
service. If that equan that by New York,
say la knots, the Canadian route to Hong
Kong can easily compete with Suez; other
wisofast Canadian railway and Pa if! 3
service i* useless.
Terrible Fioada Near Tekin—Tiveo
ty Villagwa Carried Away.
.-*s \ N - • hiaa snail re
ceived yeaterdav say* a disastrocis
oceur;ed n«ar Fang-~han ll<jcot. In the
vicinity of Pcfcfan, »u'tie night of An*u*t
13. tfevesi and one-half .■.-* <■{ -.iim f il
m Pekin aud imia : - volumes of »a f r
crdlected in the ravin-*a about Lieu Li Ho
a .d suddenly brok ' ia «j»on » Viiiag»a
More than lO.OJO were drown** 1
ami a ?arge number of draag'it an aa s
Ibev ilaee» in the valleys near Pekin ar
. anger every seas--*:, as the hll - Ure
destitute of trees and the waier finsi ia
fearful torrents, nr.implied t>/ veg' a*ion
New* of the cataMxophu was b ought by
missionaries living n-.*ar the aoiae ol the
A Leeheroa* CUinamso -*«»nteweed
lliLTtuoaz, CN:t. 15. Lan Dan K<-e. a Chl
ne- e iaandryman. wasUHlay scntenc d by
Judge Pnelps to nine years in t e puatten*
tiarv for an a<tempte<i felooiooa a-asuit on
Ma* wart, a ;>y»ar old girt He is
the first Chinaman ever >ent to the Mar; •
land petutentiary.
Chinaman Denied Citizenship.
CHIC%«?>. Oct ir» -Moy Ming, a
thon-ucbly Americanised Chiuamaa. who
ha- am«»s >i wea.th a» a dea'er in Teas and
spire* durine a 12 year-' resfedsswa iu tbi«
eonatry, applied for i:aturaiiza~Moa papers
UHtiy, but was refused.
Emperor William at 1 ietor Faan
nel'i T< mb—Going. I» f'ompell.
VFiiiiam wj§i te4 the Pantheon ao'l laid
] vrvathi Bf»>u the ?«wbof Vtrfwr KfIMHI.
I A erowd geffccted otMMe ti»e I'aatheon
■Q.i rare t&e empevue au taikialaalk
• Ktreiisi when he - ame out. hi* ttMilff to
tbe «a'e kit r raakinc a deep
upon the people an 4 adding to i»f» popn
The fete* ia honor of tfc* German ftape
irevrfceae ban f»acia*fe*L The eißVenr
vi».M tarlotti points of interest ia home
an«S will go Pompeii. where he a ifl wit
aea the ea*arth*ns of ar.easber of bwhd
; hon«ea.
Tkh soro! a* the weather wo
exit, and Kaipcror WUliam iTe»aii»eai at the
rnmUny w)ih (>gat
fcamairtr. ia t>e ait* f i«a» *ke
' w»*«: ?-t beeamc finer, asd aft* r conk-r iae
i With Klst Uao»£*n tht? <!r>r«
■ a*o«t tfe* •* te «•:• * th- rbe p«rtf
wi . flirt for Sfepka ia vh« coming.
Tlae FretMtk Auternment A*aent# t .
);eri*i»n »f the C;.a»tHoilwa
I I PaSiS, Ot. f C*9*x*t£*
reav» p.S» ed i- • '-U* ■ *n. rVm r- a
rtr*rvt-*, ?-*? n »iwieWto*-* fa? i ta< i»a * r
iMMMk :el»e t d a
? bin for r»*i>ioa of ta-e
1 firrte.. w;ti> !.» »kt kit.
i run)set. Ie » »i-6inxfavlii» ite KE
i Ut tint nriKhm »i ;kf «*•
flared it was not proposed by reversiß*
the constitution to destrur Republican ta
! •.tirutir™, bw to tmprone theto. Kevtsioa
i was ral&er aimed against roj*a< plots
arsd plots for the creation of a director,
j Roquet added that the bill proposed lo
! grant the ministers a legal period during
which ther should remain la power. Th«
tHlnisrcra would thus be less preoccupied
j with the roles of the chambers, and st the
| same tin* the chambers would always
Gswets the right to impeach ministers,
e moved tha: the bill be referred to a
: committee. This motion was adopted af
ter debate.
German Station Destroyed-S*tl«ra
Sacrificed to a Fetich.
Zsxutua. Oct. 15. - Natives attacked
and destroyed Moduaola, a German sta
tion near Bayamtigo
The story that three sailor* who deserted
from the German gunboat Mobrue had
been eaten by natives ia unfounded. The
men were killed by the natives and the
bodies badlg mutilated through K-tichism
King Tawaasese Hard Pressed.
I>vM>o<(, Oft. 15.—A-lrtces from Samoa
of the date of October 2. sute that Mahe
toa's particaus had taken Tama<ese's resi
dence and were beaiegiug his a lhereu'i at
Mallui Point- The latter wrr.- without
food or water, and the Germans were trv
iag to supply tiiem.
ISeath 1-fs Confederate Official.
Sgw Ow-gASs. Oct. I?.—John Chaffee,
one of the most prominent member* of the
cotton exchange, s id one of the Isrgest
cottoa planters in tho I'nilcd K str*, diet
t aged 71 He w*s funding S.'CT t
daring the war foe the Confederate govc-i.-
To-Da>'s Wasther, Rain.
Sas Ksasi isro, (.tet. 15 —lndications for
24 hours for Oregon aad Waahlttgtou Ter
ritory: Kain: southerly winds hri»k t>
higbiont'ie imtne,liaie higher, fol
lowed by iow temperaturv.
Acehlag to l>ie November Id.
Los Axoklss, Oct. 15.—Frit* Anschlag,
the murderer of •ic Hltchewks. vet
bn ugbt into court thi* morulas and the
date of his execution fixed on .Virem
ber 16.
He Accepts in Order to Aid in
l leveland's Re-electiun.
The Familiar Assertion Repeated
That I'ioteetion la a Tax ou
the Consumer.
COLVMBIS, 0., Oct 14.—Judge Thuruiau a
letter of acceptance was given to the press
this eveiling- The first draft of the letter
wa* iu the judge's handwritiug, and type
writer copies showed only a few changes
in punctuation from the original. The
letter is as follows:
"COLPMUU3, 0., Oct. 12 ,l*Us.
Hon, Patrick A. Collins and other*. Com
mittee: Gt*tin*en—ln obedience to cus
tom I send you this formal acceptance of
my nomination for the office of vice-prcjd
dent of the United Slates, made by the
Democratic party at St. Louis. When yon
did me the honor to call upon me at
Columbus and officially notify me of my
nomination, I expressed my sense of obli
gation to the eenventkm, an t stated that,
although I had not aoughtthu u<»miuation,
I aid not feel at liberty under the dream
stances to decline it. 1 thought then, as I
still think, thai whatever i could prota riy
do to i rouotc the re-election of i're&ident
Cleveland I ought to do. lli» administra
tion has been marked by sat h integrity,
good sense, manly courage aud exalted
patriotism mat a just appreciation of theee
high qualities *eems to call for his re-elec
tion. lam al*o strongly impressed with
the belief that nib re-election would tend
to strengthon .hat feeling of fraternity
among In* American people tha? ia es»ou
i.al to their welfare, peace ami happiness,
and to the prosperity of tae Onion and of
our free institutions.
I approve the platform of the St. Louis
convention, ana i eanuoi te*» st ikinglv
expi«ss mv dissent fr -m the her ti al
teachings of the monopolists, that the
welfare of the people cau be promoted b>
a system of exorbitant taxation tar in ex
i vs» of the wautsof the government The
idea that a people can be euriched by
h«.avy ah.l unnecc?sary taxation, that a
man's condition can be improved bv tax
him cm all he wears, on all his wife
and children war. ou all his tools aud
implements of industry, is au obvious ah
surdity. To till the vaults of the treasury
with an idle surpiua for whieh the gov
eminent has no legitimate use anti to
thereby deprive the people of the currency
needed for their business and daily wants,
aad to ersate a powerful and dauftrous
stimulus in extravagance and corruption
iu the expenditures of the government,
seems to me to be a policy at tariaue<
with every sound prluciple of government
and of political economy.
The necessity of reducing taxation to
prevent such an accumulation of snrplus ,
revenue and the consequent depletion of
the circulating medium i* so apparent that
no party dares to deny it, but when we i
come to consider the mole by wbic i the j
reduction may be made, we find a * ide an
tagonism between our party and the mo
nopoliitic leaders of our political oppo
ueuts. We seek to reduce taxes tin*
necessities of life; our opponents kto
increase them We say. Give to the me«*e* j
of the people cheap and g*>od clothing,
eh* an blankets, cheap tools snd cheap
lumber; the Republicans by their platform
and their leaders in the senate— Ly their
propoa*d bill, say. Increase the taxes on
clothing and blankets and thereby increase
their cost; maintain a high duty ou the
tools of the farmer and mechauic and Upon
the lumber which they need for the con-1
ttruction of their modest dwellings, shop*
and barn*, and thereby prevent their ob
tainiug their wecea>arie* at reasonable
prices. Can any sensible ntan doubt as to
where he should staud in this controversy•
( an any well Informed man be dec eived by
the iaise pretense that a ay stein s>* unreaa
ouable and unjust is far the benefit of the
laboring men?
Court ftTtO!S OF rohElii* LSKvR.
Much is fcaid abo.'t the competition rf
American lalKirrrswith the pauper at»or
».f K inipe, but need* uot every man who
looks around him see aad kuow that an
immense majority of the labor%ra in
Aia-ri< a are not engaged in what are
ca.ied the protected industric*, and a* to
»h »«*e wh »are empk>yed in anch industries,
i* it i.ox undenianle that the duties pro
p4>seii by the Demoeraiic measore called
ibe MiiU* bill far exceed the difference t>e
tween Asseriesu and European
thai. Uiarsfaes, if it were aim: ted that
onr wofkingmeneaa be protect d by tariff
agalnstcheaper lanor, tcey would t*e fully
protected, and mor»- than pr»»tecte*l by
L&at bili" poea not every well informed
man know that the increase in the price of
nom«* produced by a hish
tart<f doeanoc go into thepocgetaof a
in 4 men, butonly teuda to swell the promts
of others.'
Zt Meifti to me that if the policy of the
Drmocra ie pirt; i* painiy | r aeotad ail
maat nnde/HMQ that *-e k«S|b eudft the
oo»t of living lew, aq ) at the M:n« tlia*
ioereaae tbe ebare of Ui« man l f »
tbt U>aefita «»f national j*r«»ap».-rity »u i
I ata, eery raapectfetly. yonr obedient
aerraat ALLEN ii. THI'RMAN
Frightful Acrid rut to a Workman
In Fact I'urtlaanl
t*«ftTL&K!* t Oct. 15.-1/aalel sfncdbom. a»
£' ar« *od, an <1 toarried. ftUirVwd the kwa of
.» rigai Ur< y**tenlay morning. whiie tm
pk»ytti ntu a wood rnaiug m attune iu Last
Ptfrtitail. The ffi«rbin« noud uear th<*
i'ortiani £ Vanoomer railway track. with
a bora** attached, and tbe animal
bad more*! uear the trak with
.»at hciu* obeerrnd bv the men :u
f-uaixr A .oeomotiva fcaJ pa*>ei th«» plae*
K-mal tisei without coming is
tail »u r*ack?ng it ©»>o»«*ed with tbe thart to
miiu.h Uxr *aw we« ait*-hoi. throwing the
paile) ofTaad ti»« m« ©tit «f plare. The
*;:er »ta-k Swndhora on the ley. j«*t
above me atiki*. aevering the Jimb m
cautiy. Waving tbe io*er portfcm iu tbe
bvui. Tjc amu/a at.- wa* aiw b- »sea *ud
be ran a m 4 a *a*.u fr «.*s* t&e fi ying fs ac
meuu. iiv aas taken to theiiooii eaasa i
tan ho<yff !j where hi# iuynriea were at
towM to, it being Ivjod M(t«uT? t«» te-
tlw iit t« igher ap. It U e *i*d*si
iba?.*Jo Ifeora wul tbe accident
lelioa ifur VieUb.ic atealf.
Jaf s*-eruutg. O t la.—Jt rW y«lk*w
feeef taie 1" : 4rat2)t, •. 1 «<e
eAt *aJ t>niletin for tb- _t h»rwr* t nflwl ft p.
b%. &iw** Ntw tas-' *. » d ■a*t.i«.
5; total nemia »o# raaea to da«c. &*sr; beHal
of sSrath*,
Uet-ari;*, Afca,, uet. ii.~Tnfeo asrw <a-e»
ada< ana on«» d^atn r eokired The-rs *•?'
ij_iMr -'era *rif e?ght
An Ami M**U*!«*ai Drv*,ce»i.
«UH Fit-i ai*», O?!. Meeirien
J... ( - c -r. hio i
■ ate* art ;.-e*r. «*» amity
tf th# «{wettlec a aai.-
uwi fa* the fc«>. He we* ti "ta Old
Unrt-t. o« iiatfcar* jt, •» .re k» Use
Ui« fcanwi+'t aa* )r-«ied zp* wh , # %
©Ufcuriwo f«im eitwita a eiatant® of JO
Both Houses of Ct>mrress
Almost Empty.
Sir. Allison Wishes a Olseasalon of
the Tartar Rill Before the Session
Adjourns—Views of Mr. Blair on
Cleveland's Morality—A Bombas
tic Resolution by tiro. Wheeler.
Wasuistifov tktt. 15.—1n the senate
Hoar called attenttoa to the I'nion Paiifie
railroad funding bill, and suggested, in
riew ol its great importance, that It should
be set down foe hearing the first Tuesday
io December. Agreed to.
lUair. in connection with a veto uie*»apr,
proceesled to discuss peusitn v, toes gene
laily aud the case of Mary Ann liberty lu
His remarks brought tt-rth a reply from
CoekieUof Missouri, who warmly defend
ed the course of the pensiou vetoes.
lu reply to that Blair characterised the
president as au tnfasotis llbeler ia having
used his great j-ower lo defame and libel
this woman Ooherty unaecesaarily. Mary
Auu Doherty, he asserted was a woman of
irreproachable character, while ther*' was
no proof of the character of her assailant.
At the close ol Blair's remark* the presi
dent's message vetoing the tall granting a
pension to the widow of Mark Keyci-ards
was laid be lor*; the senate, the itrouu'i of
disapproval being that the benetlciary
would receive under the action of the pen
sion bureau a much larger sum thau she
would under the bill, lieferreil.
Another frum tha president, re
luming * i llioui hi* approval the bill
grattUbg ft pjusio'i t*> W, s . Bradshaw, wu
laid belure the si-uahr. The ground o( dis
approval la that the disability aras uot tvn
mcird iu lutlltao ajrviee Ijaid ua t:«-
Hale Introduced a bill itathoriaiug the
Meretary <-i na" to prouct Uk* Washington
a< queduct luoarL I'a»-ed.
ktruau {>rvH-ukd a 1" (1 Uiin of tii6
Women s v uristiau Ivtuptraiict: I'aiuti of
Otoryia for the repeal of the iuteruai
revenue law*, and tMnaed me senate.
He referred to iat> fart Uiat Utert »u no
uuoruiu of eilher houac iu the city of
Wa.n.iii;H.a, au.t thai no holiness euu'id
.a A full V be do! I' iu the fan-of a single
vlijeetioo. There was, therefore, he i-atd,
bui oue thing left to be done, aud that was
to auj >ura at the earliest da> possible. He
Alnsoa to »aj whether there was
auv possible (bailee of passing the tariff
bill at the present seiaiou.
Allison said he did not see a possibility
of | a snig It in the senate uuder tlit- sur
rounding rlremavlaut.es, aud eveu if it
»a» passed by the senate it was Impoaai
ble to ha\u the amendments roueurretf iu
by the house before next December. It
was a fact Wat, witu the tariff entiraiy aud
ainoiutetf out of the 'iuastion, eougret-s
has not at this day aud uour ready to ail
j .urn. The general Mciwey bill had uot
yet received the siguatutv of the president,
and was only seut to him last Friday or
ratuniay. The delay nad arisen ontof the
fact that the appropria''ton bill not
i.ime to the senate iu the early period of
the aesslou. if he bad bia way he should
push the tariff bill, to the exclusion of ail
other hminesa. Discussion ol the adjourn
meut resolution stopped lu-re, and the aeu
aie proeevded with consideration of the
tarin bill.
Vfs* -*Jvi the UritTifsuc had lie«n raa«lc
uj. uu'l t&ad gouts iu the couutry. Wliii toe
dtnixted to atltNAit would to on *omo <|nes
3io(t *■ that had arisi'u iu turrvut dewf.
Tue tfrxt matter which he waa
tin t uarge iu theseuate au4 ou Uiebtump
that uf puLiif money had been
I'iacvd iu nattouai banks for the purpo»e
of favorfliaaa. Utf repelled t..iu <harfe,
t iaioiiug tne tuoaey wa« distributed fat.iy
autougtue uatiouai bauki iu variuun'iticn,
and Ia at officer* «»l uly a few fucii
!.tiiii .x tie loured to tbe Democratic part/.
»»ii th«other hand, he elaimad that the
Pint National bunk of New York la !n7'.* t
iu oouuectiou wltU the caehaKxe o( 4 pa-r
c ut. made •ttormotta profits. Tak
prt of the Republican alminiptaatiou. he
•aid. from l%ttol*K made
clear profit on a capital of s*'iOU,uou. li*
prt»'!if for IH7S had »M?eu U per t-tnt., but
in when it wan tue lUcal th
trea&uiy in the exchange of 4 j»er c«i»t.
bonds lok aere IJJ per cent. C<m
ciudiuf, n • said that in the iticreaMMi
tia its of the aenatc mtOatitutc for the
Miili hill could be plaiulv aeen th** cver
prc" nt haml of Nt?w Co.. lau-4.
Allisuti m d that a* lo tbe favoritism
uliowa toe Kirst uaitonal Uuk of Svw
York. Mr. >herma«». then tecretary «»f the
trciuury. had explained the matter over
and ovrr a*Hiu It ha<l ari»e:i out of Uie
exchanga of 4 per cent, bond* for h pt r
eent. but that wa« not like the pres
ent «aae. The criticism made on tho pre»
t .it administration was that instead of
this for pan hasvof b*md«,
thu? p<rr cent, iut* rest, it had put
it into national banks without luterett.
Wnat would be the condition If this were
October I, URi 1, when the ptrcent.
bond* became daef The secretary nmld
not pay them bee-ause tbe caiiiug iu of that
♦ »7,uue.uui fnuu the national tanka would
create a panic. In addition toibia
o.ai ihe re waa a farther ain- unt of |Ai,UOOt
acr) on deposit In national t*uuks to the
credit of dithuraiuir ofHcrr*. aud the sen
ator from Miaatmri (Vest) could not get
atfsy from that criticiam by alluding to
treasury operation" iu 1H79. which were
necessary and proper.
Teller obtained the floor, and the tariff
bill went over Uli to-morrow, aud the sen
ate adfonrned.
Two Diverse rropositisa* Offered
hy Houtbern t) am aerate.
WIfSIRinOK. Oct Vi."-lo the house the
sjnaker to aeall of the stat« a for
the introdactlvn of bi!U and isaulatlona.
Wheti Alabama was called Wheeler offered
the following for referem*«:
"Whksba*. the senate of the United
J ?ate* ha- reported a bill to rvw*e tbe #\
!aw», which bid is m re oppressive to
the masses of the j -opie snd mor\i in tbe
Interest of monopolist* than any measure
ever proposed to an % legislative body of
whten we have recoio; therefore.
i'KnnliM, That tne PataoreaUc members
of this house jdedge themselves to eon
tlnue their efforts to defend the people
against this unequal, unjust, unwiae leirls
iatkra, which, ft ena* ;*d l?>to law, must
in**v» ably «hfk *ind limit the sale of
Ameriran products it* foreign ctmntrie#,
stimulate aud strvnpt.en tbe op
eraUoas of and trasts,
and prolong, if not perpetuate
tJ»e sublacUon of the jv-opb? to the exac
tiotus of a^-nnittiate>i eap;tal, au I the
jDemocratie member* of this con«fcs* w.li
mtistsin the coot est up »n this fit»#»r until
th vl lory is won or tfeedaties with whieb
they hav* been charged by the t>eople
S'rs<- hv f m*» tu'i<v«al iim'faf lon. alat>
1. That the wnat" tariff bill
should be diseased upen tnia floor to the
e<»d tha' its features be and made
kaown t»the peopie "
lU forred to a committee. The n-nili
tiou :n!r«»ducen by dates uf Alabama, to
cloat ? • • pras nt *e* don of c**ugre«a on the
17th }:»«»., was >a<d over until to-morrow
A Iteelslofa r-f Court Adverso to Oar-
iasd and Gsn. <ft>boato«.
. Wat HI *eTO*, Oct i">.—ln the district
supreme eotirt. reneral term. tod«y ( la tbe
case of J. Karri* Roger* arainst A. II
Garland and Jt*eph K Johnstoo.etal . tbe
tiemuirer enrered by ali of the dafrndanis
except Attoracy'iettorai Gar'aad. was
ovcrraled and defendanfs r*<j«lm! to
answer Tbe chief jttstfoe reitrrsd to tbo
charga that Cbe pteintHf had hreu refusad
information as to the condition f*f tbe af
fairs of the company and wa» of tbe e»t.iß
son that fee was eatitlcd to an
uarland. in hts answer, under oath de
nied tbe ailecation# of the btH. a.<d v*m
sensed to an accounting by the ntiif
• ororaitlee for all turns realised from sales
of stock iu violation of the arreem«-at
Tbe deetsioa rtquired that defendant shall
aow a««w*r
To Change Ihs Meeting-Um* «.f
W()et. U>. "li^'^rfa^otofive
Wtitkruf A s-'saa
*b - bo«»e a b»d pmvidiiig for lit* asew
h.;ag of ti»e Klfiy £r*t cntrreaa and s« a#
eokrre»e- a«o t l -e »th <-1 Ware: , wbe-i
ad) urn me« *ba& t*- >mwe«4>at«d> : ak ©u
a=£Mi3 tbeftr*? Mi<iHa« i - I'ereruher
few uulass tbe,
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VOL. XIV.-NO. 136,
t rolmnc for *»> d ts done m plafww, tho
I miotr. waahio* oo; a; on the river
I tmm r.u to ♦» pet day: ttiat thlj ran he
j fiiiicu «hi far oily *Ni«t two )o»dM tn
» th€ owi ®* 6rst ***** water, tad
*troMfly to ilk trariU whk-h
and ato;* at) operation*
1-eru.na miner*;* ar - abaattaat and ran
he m« t aith la many dialrirta, —l —iHr
in the ronsher rouotry and H itrariy afi
rltera that ho (rarrrwii.
DisfGwciiaiit orrtmcu.
Tke Laaadaa "Tiuaa* •' l.ltt at Irlah
i Oct. 14.-The fVrw, . _W„rf
I puhlkhea to~day thr u.t of the rharaca
•irninM the Paruellite* whirh the ! <mJoa
rtmn wilt brin< forward before thr eom
minion of inquiry The Tbmrt indleta M
Inati mrinber»of i-ariiaroral. Tfce iUt of
other peraona inelurted Jam.* Carer Bra*-
lin. the hoepital inspector o Klrhcwad
jail, who said ha aatiaiad -trpheia to
ewape; Stephru«. ."tarar.Kraa. font. Hren
nan, S:-.vriliau. Condon, and othrr Feulana.
ihe l-aud U«iie la charged with 11 lent
acta. with the object of OMalBtM the com
nUie independence of Ireland. The Ladiea'
: 1 «ague •* included. arith the uamea of
; Anna Harnell and other*.
A P..>w« Bank KoHUary.
MosrauL, Oct. 1"..-Tha rlerk It- the
Wnebeo hank rere(»f-d a mrarlaa to-day
* hen a; outh walked itt with a *oap-box
under hi* arm, pot the !«* down on the
floor, akppcd upon it. reariird or«r and
rraapni a pawwl of ttfllr vailed at liODD.and
went out of the ,k«or All of ths employe*
*ut to the door a< *Mckly a» potsiUa.
The ihlef *», no» i. r.' to be aad no
one ran pwm deacriptinwot turn.
Murdered in a Crowded Street.
N*w YORK. Oct. U-ta Italian. Anlonto
t« aconlo. waa fata ly a.ahbed in the heart
i» front of Cooper Hnh n to a gbt, while a
inertia* wu iu full hlaat in the W * hall
and many people were walking Hong the
crowded thoroughfare. rbu unknown
murderer escaped The ViaUta had lit? in
Mr*. Terrjr Held far Trial*
s»x Ftumiaeo, Oct l.v. - Vlr» sank
Aith. a Terry waa arraigtsed in the lulled
fate* district • .>nrt t\»-day apoa two in
dii'taMOtx, charging brr with assaulting
I Uttetl Mate* Xaroha) l'rauka •* the circuit
rourt room recently. nb.- p!oaie%l not
C'JUy. ami wanrel. awl oa hail.
The Chiraito l'ariu»> Arhifvc a
I'artial Victory.
Street Klotlnt While Ih« tonftr«u(«
Wm In rro|ret«-VaUK Accl>
•tent— Ilrivrrs Ahasktd.
CmK >'KJ, Oct 1 -The great street car
strike, aiier a dural! >u of nine days, wa-t
t ude'l completely la«t mains <w a Isull
honorable to both aldea. The <]session of
wages was compromised. An adtanca
was secured, but the stale is materially
lower than what has been lua-l-d upon by
the strikers op to the very last. They get
only about oue third of the increaae asked
for. tin the other hand, ail the reform*
demanded by the men in the system of
working are conceded, aud all the striker*
are In be re employed The men hired by
the company since the • llikt began will
also I* retained. The minor questions at g
issue will ho settled by arbitration, the sola
arbiter to bo l.yman lisgo, president of the
First National tank, who has the confi
dence of l-oth the s rikera and l*re*!d»nt
Verkcs The "set ear" systasr, whieh the
men claimed prevented them (em getting
a fair amoont of sleep at any oM Um
during the day is to be abolished. Thn
Working day Is to be 10 ronseentire hour*.
The agreement was iea«hed at a nnl'ni
w lileli lasted nearly (lx hour.. Tttuae prel
ent were Major Roche, somsaittefs of
striker* headed by Master Workman Curls
tie, and President Verkca, with two attur
nevs of the company.
tfc'hiie the conference was *"lng on ft
riot oct urtvd al«ut half a mile away, at
the corner of Market strict anil
avenue. The sight of three Korth S;dß
cars close togrtht r and guarded by potica
b«d tamed a crowd of er4U>men and
Uns lo assemble at the street corner.
When a patrol wagon, leadtag, aud tho
first rar bad passed the mob made a rttlh
and clotted In on an Imported eoudui tor
aud driver of the ». eond car. The police
on the «'ar were being oteraowcred and ro
sorted to their revolvers. hanger war im
mluent. Jmt th. n Uawt. lirciuan with .*0
ottlecrs came rouud the corner on donhlo
tjnlek lime andr.utawcie freely used, and
many of the mob got away with broken
head's. Hlx of the leaden were arrested.
The rivalry hetw> a the drivers of
wagons that have taken the pl*re of can
during the stnkc culminated las; night in
a serloua accident- Two vaaa loaded v*th
passengers wero racing au Clark street.
one of the drivers becoming M» excited as
to overlook a pile of building materia).
Ills vehicle smashed into ths brap aud
then overturned. Twelve pi.sengars were
nlumsl faat under the <»»«■». which the
Irlgbtt n* d horses attached attempted to
kick to piecta The shrleklag, proaniog
people were helped out as toon as po*«ible,
and all were found to be badly i.miard aud
s rahbetl, while In addition Miss Aunle
Cnpert's left arm was aiaeovcred U) be
broken. 1-awytr t:. E. <"ark waa suffering
» like injury, ami bis uiarrtxl aider |ro»i
Decatur, flfa., lay uneonaeioas, with ber j
kmc brokeu and »calp laid epeu. The J
doctor! say that in b»r case there waa cop
cit-sloti of the Uraln and she will probably
die. The driver, I /mis Mevert. waa ar
Home of the new drlvera who remaia in
the service cuthe.North Hide w err attacked
and IK at. nby a mob tbl* morning. The
police dnivo them away belora s.-rim»«
damage was done.
Tttg c DtriNr bsKMtt its raontag.
Chhsoo, Oct. li--There ak.ll acema to ha
«*rh iilssati>fa>'Uon Iu exUtcace among
! the uorth side atroet car men, aud It may
be posaiblc tliat the cud is n»t yet. They
>ay It was (heir »nd«r»tandtui! thatlha
new mcu were to ba as "•extras," while all
of the old men were to go to wort
regularly. They now iod thai the
"aatraa are to be supplied Irvia tbalr o*B
ranks. A rct|«ept l»as been sent to l.ha
master workman of the distrlet to call a
lucetiug. which Is to consider tbe matter
at midnight to ulght. This morning oae of
tbe new men waa aiiacke.l by four aid
employes, and In ae;t tit loi.ae drew a re
volver and llred several aiuiU at his aasall
ants, wounding one of them, named Bar
ley, In the loot.
Vne gcueral meeting of tho North i'da
men assembled mine time after midnight
to night 'o dlsco-a the eours. to purso*
to meet the unexpected ro.istrwtfott be
ing made by the company nptm tb»
meut. lip to I W a m. uo eoio'tnaton had
been rearned.
TIIKOW.% Tuaoc.ua A I»I»OOW.
Hleepv tVatrhmrn In a *s. of L. Haft
Nk* TMI, Oct K..-Jaatra E vtolna
and four frieutis went I mied through a
window of ball and Into lb*
Street a! a very early I uar Ibis morn tug.
Among those tnrown out was Dyer D. Lum,
! >rmrrly of Chicago, bit now cMtur of aa
anarcblst sheet published I.err. t| liua
had lircii rtiustaird in Cytfcaeoras bali by
an order of a civil i »ti 1- an-t f >of
frlcu Is were cnardlug the hall. All B*J
nnove-1 the-r bats, coaia and shoes and
went to sleep. Hftorvi? af Km ward a num
ber of tbe auU lloiut: t inb faction erej ;
•litoii.e ba:i in liicir stocking feet. They
burst open the iloor aad sailed Qaiun and
bis frieß'ls. at the sain , nae striking thent
witn AsU and el aha.
After being thrown t noagb tbe aibdow
tbe party of live ran 'o ta. polise .tatiOTl
in their stock ; ag feet and sows hi protec
tion ft Is suppoeed the Wadtraf the aa
saiian'.s was Walking Me legate Pitsgeraid
of the Ale and I'orWr I'nlon Raws over
the possession of the bail have keen In
■jnent In DUtrlct Ass«:mbly m
' The ftwrl iegton ttoad «aM lo Dart
< itt< t'f'i, Oct. If> —lt la slated that Man
agtr HP/he, of the Kar mgtan read, as a
reanit of r«ce»t coufereaaaa with his strik
ing engtiwers, baa conceded all demaada
exoepi that for aim i > bnuAtaf tbe clasal
; firatino. an I that the loeg akrike will Mw!*
: ably be settled at tbe convention of tha
j Brotherhood at Kichsaond ibis week.
A IIUKtl) TWIT glinMlVi.
Mess York lioaa tiahera Raise tha
Fries 1 Cent m Leaf.
K*s T"»t. Oct. IS.— Pxj IX« Kakers*
Aa*oef*to>n vesteoiay ns'st d ttie priecef
tread 1 eetit all around. The Journeyamsk
uakere' t'num at a meebftg u»t l . that
tbaaetiotief tbe hne-ea was the »r«t stem
toward I'- fining a br- ad tenet, U1 anted
» i workl■ t ..pi# iiut to paire tiita shepa
ahtreth- «aade
Met tl«g sf the K. of t» H • d.
m;i.ep«urßta, Oct. IS. ffce regui«
numtiiiy meeting el tha I veeutirs i -«rd,
K of L, at the haaMWßer* «f (h«
.adrr iu ta.t City to-day, •)> Vaasrr P,»w
derty, da;u./ ItgWyj JfMMrflrth and
Ha) t« {reaml. Ti»e tdht ■ tw« Wesntna of
the u -■ Caritasa aad f arfy. h»ec p.*. t<d
u.fr r.< .tiatl- as in |ii« "«o4* «>< t;i*
ttiard. a--l acttoii <ije.;i lhen» will > - |
ooeirf tiiv "ajiat i>u;««f»aa4 - ' 1
the tuafcny cl the MMfUM
a very a>;ig e:»sM uf
sKc el routine bwW U

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