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Mary Anpf.usos Is at thoTremont.
.IniiN Lkwis, of Montreal, is at the fainter,
ft. a. Wicks, London. Lag.. Is at tno Letand.
1L S. Musskn, of Guelph. Can., Is at the Pacino,
fver. A. Ross Houston, U. B. N„ Is at tho fa
C'tiAiiK HoljPk.n. of llarrc, Vl„ Is nt tho Sher
,T. s. of Dcs Moines, la., Is nt tho
' C. 11. Evans, of Springfield, Mass., Is nt tho
Autiu-ii 11. Kt.wm.b, of London, Eng., Is nt
the Pnciile.
.Ovtnnni; O. IlAsKKf.fi, of Stillwater, Minn., Is
nt the Tremmit.
‘C. W. fii.iiuiK.v and H. A. Peabody, of Heston,
are at the Sherman.
Cor., t*. C. (liuikkt and George F. Towle, U.B.
A., arc nt the Palmer.
• Wji.t.iA.M llaiiuis. oftbo Mary Anderson com
pany, is nt the PncMlc.
Ex-t’oNtinKss.MAN Martin I. Townhrnp, of
Albany, X. V., Is at tho Pacific.
Ai.vukp Hr.iiAUP and family, and W. I). San
born, ol Ht. Louis, are nt tho Tremont.
Ex-G0v.,1, riiiKnoav Smith. E. Curtis Smith,
pnd George Gregory Smith, of Ht, Albums, Vt„
Broil thu PaJmeiv
Thk Signal Serving* will send n meteorolngleal
observer with Prol. King on his balloon voyage
rneodnv—Mr. .1. George Hnelmgon, of tbo Chi
cago oilier.
K. Lnvts Wali:r,.l. Paynler Allen, and A. M.
Hroolilleld. I.omlnn. Eng.; 11. Gulland. Paris,
France; John H. Williams and fatally, New Zea
land, are at tho Palmer.
P. D. Armour, Esq„ contributed SHK), O. B.
Shaw ss». J. A. Brown sfin, H. It. Wilson M.
IL Wilson S-.'i, mid ILX. Higginbotham SWto
the Halsted street Methodist Episcopal Cttnreh
and Sunday-school for tho current expenses
ot tbu past year.
A nkw patent cur. Xo. 4U>, has linen placed on
tho Mmilson street line, superior to anything yet
run on the West Side Onppany's track. It has
tpring-cushloncd seats arid a double top for Itn
arovement In ventilation. Several other ears of
:ho same pattern will soon bo run out of tbo
Frank McCubn. T years old, white playing on
the sidewalk in front of Xu. JW Tlosplulncs
Greet at Pf::» ye*terdav morning, was shut In
tho fare with a toy-pistol in tho hand* of Ida
nlavmate Leopold HUnu. Tho little fellow was
quite badly Injured about tho eye*, and young
Stern and bis weapon were taken fur aafo-kuup
. A StMSTT.U looking? fellow glVlhg tlio tinmo of
John Martin ww (xtptnrai at - o'clock yester
day morning by aiwi. O'Connor while ransack
ing a house on Heho»d street,lnto which ho had
forced entrance during the temporary absence
<>r tho occupants. When captured bo was hi ilio
fief of cutting open several vallsea with hi.-*
poeketknlle, nnd swearing lustily because in
oil bis search ho hnd been nimble to Unit miy
money In tho bmiso.
Tilt: Nhndcn/ith lllimiis Volnntoor Intimity
V.Monm Cluli belli tholr regular meeting at Umlr
rlub-room?. Hfi Randolph street, yesterday nft
emonn. The resolutions of resneet for
cliMit (larlleld, adopted n( tho lust meeting, were
presented by Comrade Detileh. neatly engraved.
The CorroHV ending Heevotary was Instructed to
forward tin,an to Mr?. (larlleld. tine of the com*
rude* who attended tho rouiiion of Ibo Army of
tho Cumberland at Chattanooga gave a short
ftccount o r bin (rip. and presented each member
with n r.ieinentn of tho hattbdk-hl of Stone
River, which ho had brought with him.
CuAht.Kt* TKif.MAN. of No. 17 Lasslng street,
and John Jack, whoso residence was not nseer
laineti. were finite seriously Injured yesterday
in an'unusual way. They, in company with two
othec men. wore returning In n carriage from u
Junoral. At the corner of North llalsted street
and. Fullerton avenue tho polo of ibo vehicle
broke, and tho horses ran away. Tho driver am)
two of tho occupants Jumped mil nnd
escaped unhurt. Tullman and Jack were
mmblo to pot out, and were
badly cut by tbo pieces of glass broken from the
windows by collision with the curbstone. Toll
coin'd left car was almost severed from tlm
fiend, mid ho in addition received some loop
pushes on the scalp and tho hands. A deep cut
on tho forehead was Jack's only injury. Hot ti
men wore attended liy Jtr. I’arks. and thou
driven to their homes. The rip belonged to
"West & Co., No, 107 La Salic avenue.
Tbo National Congress of tbo Revolutionary
party Is to bo held In ibo North Side Turner
Hall Oct. HI, At tbo meeting of (ho Central
Committee yesterday tbo following delegates
were iiamoif to represent this city: A. It. Par
sons. T. O’Meara, August Holes. Jacob Winners.
Proxies: F. Stunber, A. Wlmger, A. Ncellc,
W. Ilium. ,7. Duse.v, 11, Stein, 11. Luring.
Delegates nrn cwpoeted bore from all parts of
the land. Among tho distinguished people who
have been fnvltiyl In nttend arc Wendell Phil
lips. John Hwlniim. Leo Hartmann, and Patrick
IVird. A ball and banquet will be given Sunday,
lift. *_*n. In honor of tlio visiting delegates, at
which Mr. Hehwab nun others are expected to
ipeak. Next Sunday a preliminary meeting Is
to he held In Hlelnnmoller’s Hall, to which the
•Irade and labor organizations arc Invited In
soud representatives to discuss mu advisability
:if Joint action In regard to tbolr part In tho
During tbo mouth of September the olllcers of
tbo Society for tho Frevcntbm of Cruelty to
.Animal* have received llfiv-nitic enmnlalnts;
have prosnuuted and convicted twenty-two;
have remedied without prosecution, thirty
seven: abandoucil horse* shot, eight; trltliOß
complaints, hflceu: letter* of inlvlco and dis
tribution of uoplcs of statute* In relation to tho
treatment of nuluml* nut kept strict account of
a* It I* <toiio Impiciitly by ropiest of panic*
who desire lutornmilon on tbo subject, beside*
those who deserve ltd* by way of reprimand.
In addition to the work of the society in re
gard to utdnml*, Hie complaint* of cruelly to
children which have been examined were twee
ly-soven;- prosecuted, six: In must casus the
ehldren linve been surrendered by Urn
4'uurt or by mo parents to tho
Home for tbo Friendless or Bt. Joseph’*,
from which Institutions they are usually taken
to good home* In the country. No ehiJdioii
leave tho society's charge without (he evidence
and assurance that they will be properly treated,
cnmlortabl.v elotbed, and given a good common
school education.
Destitute women, who have been deserted by
tbulr husbands, otten apply to tbu society for
rellof, ami though it does not consider minim
properly within Usunhero of jurisdiction, sumo
way I* usually provided or direction given fur
their relief.
Much credit Is duo to tho citizens generally
.'or iholr zealous immwl Ju the prevention of
jruelty to animal*, und their faithful reports of
whatever ut tho kind come* undue their ob
servation, and they can rest assured that every
case Is attended Hi in its order and with us much
dispatch us possible.
Tho Vlco-I’rcsidenuof the Atlanta Cotton ex
position resident* In this city mu mpiesteu tu
meet ut Komii No. as Thiiil’ni; Ibilidlng at Hi
o'clock this morning tonrnmuo for an excur
sion to Atlanta. A railway-car will be 'placed at
their disposal, for tho round trip, to which the
railway hues will accord ”tho usual courte
sies.” A grand, good time is euntldmiily expect
ed. The names of thu Vlee-Fresideots are I*. D.
Armour, 11, L. Harney, William Hrom, John 11.
Dwight, T. 11. W. Flavor, N. U. Falrlmnk, H. F.
Hutchinson, JdhtiL. Mancook, Daniel A. Join;*,
C. I*. Kimball, V. F. Lawson, (Jcorgc 8. Ilowun,
JoHcpU Medlli, 11.8. Farkur, Thuiuu* L. Furker,
Andrew Bhumun, (i. A. Fierce. J. Irving Fearcc.
Albert A. Fullmun, W. F. Storey, und IL J.
Albert Touch, a colored mini about iMycarAof
•Ifts Is ii “inifft under surveillance " at tliu
Armory, charged wlib urnon. Tim eomiilaliit 1*
tout at llsoUo’eloek hint bainrday night Totten
built a tiro in a pllo nr rubbish in tho basement
of a honso of prostitution on Fourth avenue,
near Folk street, and so arranged a couple or
straw mattresses near Urn tiro Unit tho Mazo
would bo speedily conducted to Dm Hum- above.
The inmates of the dendUeovored Iho lire bv
reason of tho great volumo of smoko, anil
turned In an alarm to F.nghmNo. ID and thu
llubcoek. A prompt arrival or thu appa rat mi was
followed by tho extlagtmhlng ol tho tlroboforo
uny damage Inn) been ilonu. 'l'otton escaped for
tho tiaiubeitur, but was caught prowhngimnmd
tho sumo neighborhood again last main and was
urroited by Otllcers Under »md bong and taken
to iho station. Downs formerly etnuUiycd iw
errand boy and general helper by tbu pro*
pricings nr thu bagnio and was discharged >• for
eause,” hvur slnco thallium he has improved
every chance to vent his splto upon tho woman.
Only u fuw weeks ago ho crept in tho lumsu by a
mirduor, slashed her twice with a razor and.
wanti slio raised her hand to ward oil thu third
bmw, ent ono of hor Ungers oil ui "one fell
Joseph and Christian Ilium arc brothers, aged
respectively 2u and IS years, and live together
with their aged and decrepit father at No.-HI
liowu street. The tlrsl-named of thu two Imvs
has an unenviublo rc|iuiailon in thu nclghlair*
hood of tlm homo, while Christian, I rum Dio
duiliul and HHul attention which ho bestows
upon mu invalid parent, has earned for himself
tuo name of a good son. Vcsterday thu brother"
got in u'iuamd arising from their treatment of
"tho old man." Christian upbraided his
younger brother for his lark o| respect ami
pecuniary attention, and Joseph responded by
culling Christian a fool tor spending so mneli of
bisearuingsund bestowing Minineh of his time
upon thy lather. Joseph Htuilly tieeumo greatly
enraged, drew his pockctknlfe. ,uid aluM«?d his
brother in the left shoulder. Tho Muds of thu
kfillo struck rhu shonhler-bisUo and intiiuted
what might otherwise have been a dangerous
•* <,l * L ‘bb was arrested and kicked tip at
Iho Webster AvenuerituDon, and this morning
Ti. 1 Justice Kuufmuuuul
tbu North bide Folieu Court,
At tho rticeiiiig of agitators held at No.si West
I.aku street yesterday utteruoou Mr. Ueurgy >V,
Sloan offered the following resolutions, which
were favorably voted upon:
/IftwihYd, Thnt the plank In the platform of
tho State Republican Convention which up*
proved of making tho canals free, and demanded
n constitutional amondaicntto that effect. meets
our hearty npprovnl.
/hvolrcd, That tho benefit nf governmental
control ol tho monos of transportation, In tho
cheapening of freight during tho season In
which nm canals are open, brings »ho people
face to face with mean miestlon*: "Why should
not (ho rates be cheapened when tho canals aw
closet V" and " Mow can that ho obtained'/"
That tho only answers that can bo
given arc. to tho llrst, that thoro is no
reason why they cannot; that there Is no
natural compact between tee and 'monopoly
To the second, that only by tho Hiatus'owner*
ship nf the rallwavs, as of tho canal, can tho
legitimate prollt of tho producers nf tho West
and the cheapcntngnf price to thu consumers of
the Bast tie assured.
That tho fnrestaller. who fur personal
gain raises the price of human food and other
necessaries of existence, has rightfully and at
all times been regarded us tho enemy of his
follows, and by tho common law of civilization
as a criminal. •
/frv»»ifiYd, That (ho landlord who lives on rout,
tho nmmifaciurer and dlsirlhutm- wno lives on
proltl, ami tho usurer who lives on proilt.cuch
In his sphere, produces precisely tho same re
sults upon society as thu forestaller. As tho
existence of these classes adds to tho cost of
production* by diminishing tho number nf pro
ducers and Increasing the number of consumers,
that It is the business of progressive society tu
get rid of them as rapidly as possible.
/tonriml, That no man ts at peace with society
except by an harmonious adjustment of his
('iicmiies. Ho thu happiness of a nature is In
direct proportion to the Justice In it. That all
' agitation for closer relation between consumer
and producer Is indicative of progress. That
opposition to this movement Is proof of tho ex
istence of personal Interests protected by special
and conceded principles antagonistic to the
general welfare.
Boohed, That nollhor God nor man has any
use fora conservative.
John Vance, u laborer living nt the roar of Xo.
18iit Wabash avenue, mid employed in a livery
stable near by. Is locked up at tho Armory
charged with bigamy. From all that could be
learned of tho ease John Is a eouehnmn by occu
pation. Many years ago, while ho was bat 11)
years of age, hu sallied forth from his home at
Highland Park ami took unto himself a wife
from among the maidens of Evanslim. After
liveyears of belter and wor.'o mixed tho wife
left tho boil and board of her
liege lord, ami since that time has
not made her whereabouts known iu
the man she left behind her. Tho deserted hus
band was mu so bowed down by the weight of
Ids alliletlou that ho lost all interest in woman
kind. for he shortly thereafter struck up n
friendship and Intimacy with another woman
whine name John religiously withholds, hut who
Ims been uaonrluinud to he Mary Kelly. Thu
two took up lodgings together and have ever
since lived as man and wife In tho greatest har
mony. A trouble has of late arisen In tho per
son of John A. Kelly, of Xo. 1:11 West Twelfth
street—a brother to tho aforesaid woman. This
nine, Inspired with displeasure at his sister's
lack of a sense of propriety, now attempts to
sever the ties which bind by having Vance ar
rented lor bigamy, when Iho facts arc, so it Is
miiliorutlvcly stated, that no marriage continuity
has been observed iu the case In point.
The Huehestcr J/mild of Oct. 4 contains a para*
graph which furnishes u curious Instanceol* tho
Itmccnraclea of contemporary hlstury and poos
a lomr way towards showing that tho reporters
of the rural New Vurk press at least are not tuo
utterly correct In llieir renderings of tacts. Tho
paragraph mads us billows:
“Mr. Hnslgn ihmnett, of Indiana, tho con*
tractor tor tho construction of tho Genesee
Valley Canal Hallmml, white on his way to
Rochester, n few days ago, met on the earn an
old friend. Judge llradwull, County Judge of
Chicago. Mr. hradwcll informed Mr. Huimett
that, three years age, he iippointcd a eoinmis*
sion In lunacy «m uultean. and that the Com*
missioiiers brought in a verdict that (Jnfteaii
was insane, lint harmless. If this be so—and
there seems no reasonable doubt of Us uuthon*
llelty—the conviction of tbo assaslu will be
come much more diillcuit."
Judge .1. I). Hradwcll was scon by a Tmntm:
repm’ter and explained the story in a very few
words, tie said that on tho Sunday after tlm
death of President Garheld ho met for tho Urst
time the Mr. Dennett interred to upon the cars
and was Introduced to him. In conversation
tho Judge stated that George Seovßle, (Inf
lean's brother-in-law, had staled to him (Judge
Hradwcll) that some years ago he (Han dle)
Inn) gotten snmo doctors In Mmllson,
Win.. to examine (Juliemi with a view
to determining Ids mental condition.
Thu doctors pronounced Uultean insane, hut
harmless, nnd MivHeovlllo abandoned any idea
widen he might have bad of instituting proceed
ings hi Jonney.
It might bo stilted further that Judge Hnnl
well is not (Jointly Judge of Chicago; that there
Is no such Judicial utlleer. and tmver was (Comi
ty Judges of u city being vary scarce}: that
Commissioners In lunacy are nut known to the
law of Illinois; and that Judge Hradwcll ended
hts term us County Jmlgu ut Cook County in
A mvoncK suit or tub puruiut.
There appeared three days ago In an evening
paper the following advertisement:
1 corner ot I toy lie avenue ami Fnhon HlrnulSnlnr
dny idem. lutivuim I out 2 will receive a lib*
end reward by sending ids uildre*:* to —.
Themeanliiß of this blind advertisement Is
best explained by trivia# tbo following conver
sation. whicli took place between tbo haekmau
who appeared In claim the reward mid tho pur
son who ntVcied It, said conversation having
come by mysterious ways into tho possession of
tbo reporter:
Said tho Heiitlcumn: “ Is your name —? n
” Vca," sai l tho haekmau. *'
” Did you leave any one at tho streets which
are named in tbo advertisement In tho paper?"
-I did."
“Wa* It one person, or more?"
“Thoro were four."
•• Woru they alt gentlemen?”
" No. Tberu were two goallcmcn and two la
” What corner did they get olf at?'
“Tho northeast corner.''
•• Did (bey all get mu iimro?"
•• Now look hero. Where Is tbo reward?
Want to see a little nmmiy before 1 gunny fur
ther in this answering of <|uestPms."
Then tho man who wa* anxious to know pulled
out a note. Tho haekmau thanked him, and
*• What was your last <juesthm?"
” Did they all got out there'"
” Vcs. They all got mil, and started aero**
tbo street west, but seeing some gentleman ap
parently watching them they went back in thu
liack and had some words. One of •• ladle*
said. * I bellovu that I* my husband
watching me,’ 8o they concluded she should
get back Into tbo carnage and go further. So 1
took her up around Leavitt and down Walnut,
ami shu ordered me to slop and she got out, und
1 went about my business.”
•• Da yon know those parlies?”
" I know tho two gentlemen and one of tbo
•• Which one—lho one that got back Into tho
•• No. tho other one,"
•• Will you give mo’iholr name.*?"
"Ves; thu gentleman who wont olf alone was
Mr. —, umi ho lives at No. street. Tho
other gi'iitlcman, who went olf wttb thu lady, is
Mr. —. I don't know where tie lives."
” Did von know the lady who loft you ut Ful
ton mid Moyne?"
" Vvs. Bho I* mi old singer. Her husband bu«
tier down Dm*. Thu oilier lady I don’t know,
but 1 often see her, uud I can hud her out If you*
•• Whore did you tuku them parties to?"
” I took them (o No, on ——— sued."
"Can you gkvu mu tho rndto yon took when
yon canto back, thu principal places yon slopped
at. and tho lumtlh or time yon stopped at uaenV"
" I can." said Dm huckmun, and ho went on to
glvo Dm information.
After ills answer was obtained tho bnukmnu
and Dm gentleman took a drink, tho huckmun
cave his name and Dm placo where ho could bo
found, and limy separated.
Tho rest of Dm story will probably bo found
In tho divorce conn proceedings In a fuw days.
tub m:v. fatuuk o’ctmNim's i.bctuiih.
McCormick Dull was about half llltud with
people last night to hear Iho loeturo of Dm Hev.
Father Mortimer O’Connor, on "Tho Present
Condition of Ireland." Col. W. IMlend, In a
brief speech, introduced tbu lecturer.
Father O'Connor was very onihnsiatdicaliy re*
eelvcd, and in substance said that bceamoto
the shores of America ns a rcprcsontatlvu of
kindred people who were today In absolute
slavery, and that tho armed lirltlsb forces now
in Iruishii anmhcrcd more than woru engaged
in both tho French and Austria!* armies at tho
famous liatilo of Marengo. That grunt force
was lu Ireland for Dm purpose of forcing an*
other milium and half of |mr population to lluu
b» the friendly shores of America lor tholr
lives, lint tuo time tins now cornu when tho da*
population of that land must stop, oven
f It should neccsHltatu thu entire tmnihi*
lailtm of landlordism. Thu followers of
that great man, lllshop Croke. only
wanted pm liberty of nn existence, Just ns Dm
curly colonists of America deulitrud tor that
minis liberty « century ago.
Thu laud bud been taken from the Irish pea*
pie; nil Die manufacturing Interests bad been
destroyed, notwithstanding tho waler*power of
Ireland was sntlielein to move thu entire facto*
ry system of thu whole world; her counuoreo
was gone and her harbors were empty.
Tuo reverend gentleman nave manv Instances
of evictions, which rusuitud in thudeatu of sumo
of tho tenants, explained thu meaning of thu
term "n»ek*rout, and gave instances of thu
rents being raised until they were fourteen
times ns much as Die Government valuation.
At iho sessions for thu llrst .pmrieroi Dm
present year there worotmUaw than f.uM writs
of cvluitou issued, which mcam that bj.uuo pur*
sons bad been subject to eviction during tho
year, but through the efforts of (he Land League
and tho present agitation there would be but
few of those writs served. Tho Land lasagne
had certainly forced the landlords to make a re
duction of their rents in a groat ninny In
stances. It had forced tho lawmakers to pa«s
a bill which two years before no party would
have dared Introduce, This bill was nut at all
satisfactory, mid tho tenants of Ireland would
never rest nulll they had tho privilege of pur
chasing the lands they had so lung occupied.
Hnppose the land question were settled tomor
row, yet tho people of Ireland would never be
satlsllcd until liter were free mid could make
their mvn laws. Tho green Hug was afloat ami
would nut be laid aside until (rebind was again
free. Me (bought that a brighter day was
dawning upon his country, Thu people had be
come mure highly educated, mu! were conse
quently much more nulled, and a people who
were both educated and milted would soon bo
Tho lecture was listened to very attentively
throughout, mid tho applause was frequent mid
civil. sKitvicn.
miOANi'/.ATiov or Tin; cmuAun ukvoiim
A numberof prominent gentlemen of both po
litical parties held a meeting Saturday nvimiug at
tho Palmer House for tho purpose of perfecting
on organization for the furtherance of n reform
In the civil service of tho country and tho agi
tation of thu subject among tho people. Among
those present were Gen. 1. X. Stiles. A. A.
Sprague. U 11. Cutler, Joseph Kirkland, E. 0.
Musuii, E. F. Cnurlii, 11. W. Patterson, A. B. Ma
son. A. M. Day, .1. K. Boyc*en. Andrew (Iruh.
Joseph Adams, and George F. Harding.
A constitution was adopted llxlng on tho
name of "TheL’lvll-Scrvlco Reform League uf
Chicago." Regular meetings will bn held tho
Mi st Tuesdays in March and October, and special
meetings may bo called by tho Executive Com
mittee, The annual meeting will be held at tho
March session. Anv person In sympathy with
the alms nf tho League Is eligible to member
ship on election by tho Excentlvo Committee
on payment ot tho annual dues of sl.
Tho nlinn or tho organization uro set forth by
the founders, ns follows!
“ i'he League, by publishing and circulating
documents, by conducting public meeting*, by
promoting discussion, by Interrogating candi
dates for nllleo, and by tho nomination, when
expedient, of candidates In harmony with Us
views, shall endeavor to foster u public senti
ment In favor of a reform In tbo civil service
based upon the Billowing:
"Appointments should bo made to all subor
dinate places hi tho National. Slate, mid mimic
ipal nlllous without regard to politics, Gomuctl
live examinations should bo open to all. ami the
persons sneeossfnl hi thorn should tic appointed
on probation. If they prove themselves lit, they
should ho permanently appointed, and should
serve during elllclcnev. or tor a fixed term of
reasonable length, with reappointment In emu
of continued ntness. Xo assesmumts upon em
ployes of the public service lor political pur
poses should bo permitted."
■ The larngito thou proceeded to tho election of
tho following permanent ulllcers; President,
Franklin Macv’oagh; Vice-President. 1. X.Hfiles,
Secretary, A. B. Mason; Treasurer, Henry A.
Huntington; Executive Committee. Murry
Nelson. Charles S. Waller, Edward Uraincrd,
Murk Kimball, and A. A. Hpragne.
Tho League then adjourned subject, to call.
111 m Spirit Speak* Tlivough tho Me-
UinmMiilp of iUr*. Itlelimond—ill*
Cidvdinl Abode—A Welcome from
Lincoln—A Word About Guttenn.
Tbo Spiritualists held forth lust night in Fair*
bank Hall, and, whether every one present was
a believer In tbo creed or not. the place was
crowded. It bud been announced two or three
days previous that utt this occasion tho spirit of
James A. Garllehl would address tho meeting
through tho agency of Cora 1,. V. Richmond, tho
Spiritualistic medium, and that tho spirit of tho
Urst martyred President would also bo present
to assist in the matter. Doubtless this an
nouncement ba<) tbo effect of bringing many
unbelievers to tho hall, notwithstanding tbo fact
that nn admission foe was charged.
Tho services opened with tho singing of n
hymn and n prayer by tbo medium. Tbon an
other hymn was sung.
Mrs. Uichnumd now came forward nnd offered
an explanation. Him Bald that at n previous
meeting, wiiiie possessed of tho spirit ot Abra
ham Lincoln,
ami exclaimed, “ How I should like to speak—l
believe I could. Since then tbo spirit of Gar-
Held and ottim come to her, and the ellcct hail
Iwen to niako her fed seriously indisposed.
This psychological oiled was to ho accounted
for by the fad that Uarllold’a spirit had
so recently left, us earthly habitation
that, coming to anntbor human bod)’, tho hitler
tult symptoms of tbo Illness whlub had canned
the demise of tho President. Tbo lady said she
hoped the audience would give dose attention
to tho utterancoi of tho spirit, am) added,
" With those words I make room for tho spirit
of James A. Garllehl."
She shut her eyes, u lady at the piano
thrummed a solemn air, and thou, after the lapso
of a few seconds, tho eyes opened and tho me*
iUuiij began talking In her uuiumJ voice umi
nmmier. To thu believers, however, It was tho
of (Janleld addressing thorn.
•* Then 1 Haw through a Bias* darkly, now It Is
face to lace.” wore tho Ural word* of tbo sup
posed spirit. Thu aplrlitlion wont on to ttav that
it had been Imm again—that oarlhlv death wa*
hut tho budding Into new life. Me iby •• ho” is
mount tho spirit) had known from the llrst that
the wound to his earthly body watt fatal, and
that tbo kindly mir?gngioculvod wa* but to pre
pare for tbo spiritual birth. Ill* earthly mind
had not been aware of tbo laet. that tho wound
wa* fatal, but hi* spirit during uuiso hour* of
delirium had hold sweet converse witho.bor
spirit* that ulustored round about bis bod. Hu
wu* then
\\ hen he lirst pasted from earth ho seemed
crowded Into a narrow tunnel, from which ho
suddenly emerged with a sublime feeling—a
reeling “greater than birth, greater than death,
greater than tho fultUlmuiit of every ambition
of manhood.” There wu* a face, fair, benign,
and loving being, walling to gruel him. It wu*
tho faeu of Abraham I.lncoln. And Lincoln
spoko, saying; “I knew yon worn coming:
you are welcome." Lincoln acted a* hi*
guide. Mu (tbo spirit) saw hi* father,
mid, though ho had not known him
on earth, njuognlzed'hlm atunuc. lie also recog
nized other relative* ho Imd never seen before.
Lincoln was asked to explain thu mutter, and
said that on earth them was a double life, one
of senses umi one of dreams and spirits; the
spirit* of dliforent people wore conversing
when tbo oarthly beings knew It not.
Thu spirit then described thu beauties of his
now home, but did It in very ordinary language,
ami without conveying any dcrlnli Idea a* u>
how It appealed. It was simply u ‘•beautiful
land.” Ills arrival created no surprise.
were ready with a word of welcome, hut look
bl* coming us a matter ol course. Ho wa* so
overjoyed with tho grandeur and Hiihlfuiltv of
his new niiudu that ho wanted to call hi* loved
ones about him, but recollected suddenly tbat
tboy wore In anothor world. 110 heard tbo
sound of bells, but thu sound came as If mu of
tho ocean; It was dull and multlud. Next ho
saw a funeral cortege—that Is, he saw the peo
ple and heard tlielrsob*. but thu husiu ho could
not hear, could not see iho eatafalijuu or drap
ing* of wo. Mo called out, tmt hi* voleo wu*
lost. Again ho appealed Hi Lincoln for an os
planatlon, und was told that thu voice could not
penetrate thu pale of moriulUv.
The spirit ut this point spoko a few word* in
favor of tbo erced and thou addressed sumo very
Handling remarks lu '• my mother " aim “ my
wife," and said also, ” Tho Nation will bo pre
served.” After stating that tho Nation would.
If It only understood tbo slttiailun thoroughly,
” ‘ako oIT tho black and deck the wall* with
snowy brightness,” tho spirit seamed to take Its
departure. Tho medium closed her eyes, wiped
her forehead, uud took her seat.
MVI UU„ ,wl 11. .|li| Dktl,.
J)r. lluslmell, who was on tho plutfonn. enmn
forward In mako some tiimonncenumis at this
stage; but ho was suddenly imerrupted by tho
medium wlio rnslmd to thu front exclaiming,
I'urdon mol '* Thu spirit of (iarllold was still
present and hud Interrupted Dr. HnstmeU to say
a word or two with reference to (intican. What
he desired to say was time iho poor nmnlao
should have jnstleo done him. If tho people
saw lit to semi him to tho spirit world he (Car*
Held's spirit) would bo tho llrst to receive him by
Die hand.
Mrs. lUuhmond shut her oyoa again and this
time tho spirit went uwuy permanently.
Tim services closed with an "impromptu
jKHim by thu modinm. ,
John D. Volk, duslgnur and timnufueturor of
Him granite and marble monuments, tablets,
statuary, curbing, etc., In selected stock, OUlee
corner Dourburn and Uandulph struots.
Homo of tho most aeiivp moii of tho Now Vork
Stock Dxehange, 0. b. Haight, Freslduntj C.
Mlnzesholmur, Treasurer; 11. U. Dillingham,
Vleo*FresUlent; H, V, Whlto and T, C. Duck,
Trustees, have limorporatud a new electric light
company, under a patent grunted to W. SI.
Mnrkluud in August lust, who has discovered a
now departure In eloeDloUy, and has produced
what they consider a most wonderful lump,
which stands preeminent in Ha clear, perfect,
and unchanged steadiness, tbu light being free
Irom Muttering uv wavering, uud claimed to bo
tim only light possessing this property, Tho
Udlstni stuck is reimrtod to uu soiling at fI.UU
per share, and it Is expected that thu stock of
thu Murklund Kleu’rlo bight Company will bo lu
demand ul upremlnm over par, tho present price,
after thu prusunt oilerlngs are sold.
Wllliuiu Undid Voting, mumlierof the New
York block Kxehunge, Sit) llruad street, New
York, is agent for tho company-*J/bDng ifceuid.
Worccouuueiid KlUrudseauwlng-Wttchluej.
An Increased Activity in East-
Bound Freight Ship
Unri'dt and VnnilprblU—A Near York
View of till' Krllroait
Tbs Now Msnneomont of the St. Louis
Bridge—Tho Cincinnati
K.\sT-iinu\n Fiiiiiimi’ smi'MP.N'Ti.
'l'ho break In the grain corner at this point
ahum tbo middle of thu week has had the ettcct
of stimulating . east-bound freight shipments
Irmn this point during (ho last three days to
such an extent that Instead of a decrease In
shipments as would have been tho result thoro
was quite an Increase fur tho week. Tho small
amount nf grain shipped while tho corner
lasted enabled tbo Eastern roads to raise In
n great measure the freight blockade* from
which they have been suffering at most of the
principal points, and cm*? are now much more
abundant than be I ore. Owing to tho low rail
rates now prevailing, must nj the east-bound
business Is being shipped by rati, the lake Hues
not being able to make much competition at
such rates. Thu Mississippi bargo lines are
Mill less able to compete Gian the lake
lines, all which Is telling severely upon
Mr. Gould, whoso principal Interest Is
In the barge lines. But even If they could com
pete thuy would not be able to do any business
nt present owing to tno freight blockade at Ht.
Louis. All tho lines leading there trom this city
have given enters to their agents not to take
Ht. Louts business until further notice, ami as
much freight Is plied npat East HI. Louis, It may
be some ttmu buture they will bo able to rescind
tho order.
Tbe principal cause of (be St. T.tmls blockade
Is tbo Inability of the Bridge and Tunnel Com
pany to handle all the business at that point.
While It is conceded that tho bridge Company
could handle much more business If properly
mummed, yet it is admitted that the railroad
Hues running to; that point have so largely in
creased that even with the best of management
the bridge cannot handle oil the business
to bo transferred from one side of
tho river to (bo nthor. Much of tbo
present dlllhmlty nt St. bonis could
bo overcome by trnnsforrlug freight by tho
ferry lines, but tho grout trouble is to got trans
portation fro3i tbo Jcvcy tu the depot, us there
is a scarcity of horses, a majority of them being
sick with the *• pink eye." Thom (roubles nt St.
bools have again brought to (ho surface tho
project of building another bridge nt tit. I,mils
above tho present one, it being argued that
sooner or later the constntollon of uu additional
bridge wilt become necessary If St. bonis wants
to remain tho gateway to the Southwest.
Since oast-hound freight shipments Item this
oily are being made mure freely rales have
somewhatHtltfoncu tip. undU!l« cents on grain
from Chicago Is now generally asked. Tho
Pennsylvania Company has established tho role
to charge Invariably two cents pur UNI pounds
less than the New Vork rate to Phlladeljilihiiuid
three ccntslcssto Ihtltlmore. lu accordance with
this rule It Is taking gram to Philadelphia at
IhU emits pur lOtl pound?, and to Jlalthnoro nt
P's emits. It does this to Impress upon Vander
bilt that It Ims no Idea, according to his demand,
that mo rales should be (lio same to all seaboard
points. Tho Pennsylvania people say Vendor*
Pilt shows no eoosistenuy in this matter. While
he demands that tho Pennsylvania shoo Id charge
less lo I’nlladelphlu nnd llalUiiioro on the
freight business, although the distance
to tho latter points Is much less
than to New Vork, be insists
on tbo other hand that tho Perinsylvmiia hits nu
right to take passengers to Ilusiun via New
York at tho same rate us bo docs via Albany
because tho Albany ruuto Is nearer than tbo
route via New Vork.
nts of grain, Hour, mi
Ity Hast by tbo vurlo
ending Oct.« tmuinii
The total snlpmoi
ttsitms from this nil
fur tho week
4.*>,!Uil tons for I
of r,.Sl*» tuns,
teimmt shows tl
DVlsions carrlet
ast from this el
.MWI tons, against 4
vlnns—an Increase t
Tho following stat
Hour, grain, and pro
ons roads loading 11.
past week:
tons of
2<7nur. I
ir,.;ja-. B,i.v,
D'.’.Tlt) 7.WJI
21,4iW »Mlu
Wll 2,740
:i,2or> 4.222
Michigan Central,
I.uke Shorn
Fort Wayne
Uultimoro & Ohio.
Grand Trunk
The percentages were: Michigan Central,
151.1 k); bake Shore, 20.80; Fort Wayne. Hi; Pan
Handle, i;i.80; Baltimore & Ohio, O.UJ; uud Grand
Trunk, U.OU.
Tho fact that tbo St. Louis llrldgo Si Tumid
Company has passed Into tbo bauds or tbo
(Jonl»l roadst—tlio Mludaurl Paelllo mid tbo St.
Louis. Walmsh Si Pnolllc—caused many to be
lieve timt those roads would divert tho bridge to
tbolr special bunellt, and not glvo tbo sumo
chances to orbor roads having to use It. Tho
two Uould roads, however, emphat
ically tluny Hint they mean to tako
miy advantages on account of tbuir ownership
of tho bridges. They hitvo directed u clrouliu'
to tho managers of tho various roads running
over uni bridge, stating that In order to correct
any erroneous Impression as to tbo cited which
Ibis lease might have on tho important Intermits
that are involved in tho malntcnanco
of a fair, Impartial, and mutual agen
cy for tho Interehango and transfer
ortho passenger and freight trailloat St. Louis,
they jrlvu tho assurance that tho pnllcv which
has heretofore prevailed of extending to all
roads the same consideration as to rates, serv
ices. ami facilities will in nowise bo departed
from In tbo I'nlnrc. In punmunee of (his policy
tbu lesscu roads ox pout to bosubjeotto the sumo
charge* and conditions as any other road, uud
to manage ami operate tho loused property In
dependently on its own merits. '
Cincinnati, ()., Oct, B.—At 1(1 o'clock this fore
noon books were opened for stock subscriptions
for tho Cincinnati Honthorii Railroad, to be op
erated under (bn llrlanger lease, in connection
with tbo Krlangor system of Southern railway
lines. Tim mime of the now company Is tbo
Cincinnati, Now Orleans Si Texas Paeltle Rail
way Company. Tbu total amount— sd.WnM)o(i—
-was taken by half-past II o'clock, Fred Wulffu,
of New Vork, subscribing a bare controlling
mini—namely: »l.fdn.uW, Tbo remaining
SI,r.KJ,UOO was taken by Clnehmatl merchants
and maunfantnrers In sums of from sl,uuo to
#7o,'hi. Tho company by Id o'clock elected
• lie following Roam of Directors: Frederick
Woiffe. of Montgomery, Ain.; Charles A. Page,
of New Vork City: John Heolt.uf Chattanooga,
Tnnn.: Tliwmlore Cook, of Clnehmatl: Alex
ander MuDoimld, of Cincinnati: William A.
Coodman.of Clmilmiutl: Udgar M. Johnson, of
Clnehmatl. By liiidii this noon tbo Directors
organized by electing Ibo following oipuers:
President. Theodora Cook: Vice-President and
’ tlcnural Malinger, JohnHeotl; Hnorotary, (leorgu
F. Doughty,Cincinnati; Treasurer, H. H.Tatum,
Cincinnati; Uonorul Counsel, Udgar M. Johnson,
TIIK 1., 1). & W. CLAIMS.
Oiivateh to 'Hit Chimin Trthant. .
ImhANAroMH) Iml.,Oot.U.—Judge Drummond
bus Informed tbo Clerk of tlio United states
Court Umt 1 1» tbo matter of tliu Indianapolis,
lUunmlugtmi & Western claims, tho court will
require imynicnt. Urst, of gll claims against ttio
Deceiver} second, of nil claims for supplies,
materials. operating expenses, and labor for alx
months before tlio Deceiver took possession, hi*
eluding nil material* and supplies fnrnUhed;be
foro (iio six months, though used afterward.
Serclal fPipuieh to Thi VhXtugo Tribune
SrmNnviKi.P, Hi.. Out. l».—Judge Tonrgeo, the
Hon. Haul Vumlervunrt, oud (lon. John f, lllim*
kcr, tho utlorneys for tho people In tbo uutl*
pooling ensu against tbo Cbluago & Alton Hull*
road, tho Wiggins Ferry Compauy, ami ntiiors,
Jwivo beep ijotiiled by ieiegraphd>y Den, Wager
Swayna to enter tbo appcumuco of tho brlugo
company at ouoo. •
SptcM pitvtieh to Vh Chttaoa TVfßua*.
Hnui.ptit, Colo., Oct. B.—Judgu Carpenter bns
granted an Injunction against the Denver,
Western Sc Faolllu Hallway Company, on tho pe
tition presented by Given & Abbott, contractors,
for the sum of JW.I7U.OT. This wilt put tho road
In tho hands of a Heeeiver, oud wind up another
wildcat railway company.
«Yru> Fork .Vail, Oct. «.
As somo uno has taken thu trouble to send us
a marked copy of that nblo and generally Jn*
dlclon* Journal, tho Halthnoru Amcr/enn, eon*
tulmugMr. Uarrett’s voluminous and verPoso
attack on Mr. Vanderbilt and an uppluudlug
editorial thereon, we (eel called on to say sumo*
thing about tbo controversy which has been
started by tho Ulillogulshod “ railroad king" of
As wo published Mr. Vanderbilt* brief, torso,
and somewhat contemptuous reply to Mr. liar*
tett’s prolix assault on tho former, our readers
peed not be told that tbo policy pursued by Mr.
Vanderbilt requires no defense at our hands.
Whoever will take tho trouble to go through
the waste of words wherewith Mr. Garrett seeks
to obscure the real facta in issue, will see In the
statements or Mr. Vanderbilt abundant reasons
for the rtiffo and verbosity of the former.
The history at the present “war of rates*'ls
susceptible of very brief statement. Mr. Van*
derbilt condenses It when he says:
** If the New Vork Central has stood alone at
the trunk-him meetings, it has generally boon
upon questions ntrcctlng not only Us welfare,
but that of lhe mate and City of New Vork as
well. Its olTorts to protect or resistencroach
tuenls upon the commerce which rlglitliillv be
longs In this port always oneoiiiiter mo hostility
of muds whose Interests are Identical with the
eitlei of their own mates which am tholv natu
ral termini.
• These linos, and especially tho lbdtlmoro&
Ohio, seek by expensive connections in much
territory naturally served by the New Vork Cen
tral and Its connections, mid then strike at It In
two way# by secret lyenttlnjr rates. Ilrst In diver
sions of trnlllu from New Vork to their cities,
and next by lower contracts to our own point*
nnd termini. When we discover this violation
of pood faith, amt make our rates conform to
theirs, they naturally cry out that we are do
morallxluir (he business and mining tho prop
erties. ...
•‘ No mattor>hathor It In Now Vork, Now Kn
glnnd, I'nlladelphlu, or ilaltlmere business, all
wo ask Is that It shall be fairly adjusted; and If
the adjustment Is not maintained it will be be
cause tho New Vork Central discovers, us it did
prior to the present so-called war. that it was
boluir cheated, and somebody had broken faith.
We nave ent nu rales; we have mot them.
Whatever any ether lino was willing to carry
for, we were ready to fellow on tho same terms.
If nt the same rates a larger share of tno busi
ness comes to us than Is pleasant to our rivals,
wo emmet help It; only they cannot expect ns
to submit quietly to their etferls to establish an
equilibrium by slieklnjrn knife Into one of our
•• It is not for tho purpose of crushing tho non
sirueiton of parallel lines that I have sought to
maintain tho rights of tho rend of which I am
President. The fact, as 1 have stated before,
that we have not out rates, but simply followed
the rates tlxed bv onr rivals, not only refutes
tho charge, bid fastens upon Mr. Garrett and
hts coadjutors (no fault of discouraging the new
As it Is impossible testate tho facts, and tho
policy of tho New Vurk Central, In uny fewer, or
titter, ormore truthful words than tuose of Mr.
Vanderbilt, wo have reprinted them ns acom-
plutu answer to the voluminous invectives, mis
statements, false deductions, and Irrelevant ar
guments of Mr. Garrett, whoso tedious and un
readable broadside Is u prolonged wall of de
spair, In view of tho steadiness, composure, and
resolution with which tho New Vork Central is
meeting a war that was unprovoked and that Is
n continuing peril to tho legitimate Interests mid
administration of all tho railroad property in
the country.
Our. llaltlmoro cotmnpornry, tbo Anur/cnn,
makes one mistaken lu regarding Mr. Garrett's
reckless and ent-tlireat methods us likely to
tend to tho permanent interests of llaltlmoro.
if ho Is right In his claims of the vastly superior
advantages of tho llaltlmoro & Ohio as a trims
porterof Jrclgbt from tho West to tho ."onboard,
he has no occasion to snurlllee the property he
is managing l»v doing business at losing rates,
in order tu accomplish tho impossible task of
bringing tho New York Central to terms of (us
own matting. Mr. Garrett beasts that "If tbo
direct and valuable faculties of the llaltlmoro
St Ohio Hoad (mure direct mid more valuable, Pi
many eases, lor the region it penetrates Ilian
any other lino) could be fairy and properly used
by tho merchants of Now York, Instead of b!j
per cent, 15 per cent of tno business of New
York would be mxumnmled by that route.”
lie asks: "Whilst tho llaltlmoro Sc Ohio Hoad
reaches directly through its mrtj Hues many
points, great entrepots mid centres of trade lit
tho West which tho New York Central docs not
reach by its own linos, shall any one question
tho right of the New Vurk Central Hoad lo do
business at Pittsburg nr Columbus, at Cln
elntml I. or Louisville, or tit. Louis, or nny of the
numerous points which iho Now Vork Central
Kond docs net even profess to reach by Now
Vork Central lines?
Mo argues:
” Tho ibiltlmuro St Ohio has tho advantages of
distance (u llaltlmoro us compared with tho
Now Vork Central to Now York—namely:
From Chicago 140
From tit. (.mils *d4U
From Louisville.
From Cincinnati,
hI pm-
Diis mil
tiled to
ok pro*
Anil from all points south of Baltimore—viz.:
tho distance from Baltimore to Now York..lßS
“It also bins proven fur a series of years that
Its expenses of operating show it to bo thu
cheapest road of tho mink lines, and to quote
from evidence given before the spocial Assem
bly Committee on Hallroads of New York in
Hitt) on bubuiC of tho New .York trunk linos: ‘lt
is the cheapest road of the trunk lines to oper
ate from tnu fact that It runs a areal portion of
Us distance through must valuable eoalllelds.
Whilst tbo New York Central Is paying SH, or sl.
or s'> a tun for Us coat, tbo lialifmoru .V Ohio
eau bring it out of tho pit and dump It Into the
ear of the engine at a cost possibly of 8J or VO
cents a ton. Thu advantage it has In point of
fuel far overbalances any advantage tbo Now
Yurk Central may have In grades."
’ Admitting all of mono easily disproved asser
tions, why is it that Mr. Garrett's lino cannot
compete successfully with tho Now York Cen
tra iy No one knows better than he nous that
the advantages which ho claims for his road am
Imaginary, when loose of tho New York Central
are considered. Tho easy grades ami tho lour
trucks of tho latter allow tho movement of
freight with far greater speed attainable and
with a uuarter ol the power roipilredon the
heavy grades and cluttered tracks of tho Baltl
iuoro&Ohio. Way should Mr. Garrett throw
away all his advantages of position in a vain
slriigglutostualnway from New York lines tbo
traihe that naturally belongs to them'/ What Is to
bo gained for iialtimuru In cither compelling
thu tmilic that must coino over tho Baltimore ,vs
Ohio to be taxed for u senseless npd costly
struggle fur tho tmllle that thu Now York Cen
tral and tho Brio can handle ho much more
cheaply'/ Boonur or later tho legitimate tmllle
of tho Ualthnoro Si Ohio must pay for Mr. Gar
rett's cosily mid disastrous Northern campaign.
And Baltimore will not escape from tbo results
tho wei
tho ntno
A by ib<
ilty durl
mint of
ic varl
‘lug tbo
I fine's,
tons o/
12,1 N)
Mr. Vanderbilt Is trampill aud determined,
because lyj Is right, and because he knows that
bis stockholders wilt sustain him and his Hunt
to tho end. And Mr. (Jarrell, or his stockhold
ers, will do well to study tbo old fahlu about tbo
Iron aim tbu caribou Jugs that were Pouting
along together down stream. It was tbo earthen
Jug that feared a collision.
Tbo Cleveland Jlctnhl has tbu following re
garding tbo efforts which are being made by
Vanderbilt to secure possession of tbo Cleve
land, Columbus, Cincinnati & Indianapolis Rail
road :
Tho transfer boohs of tbo Cleveland, Colum
bus. Cincinnati & Indianapolis and tbu Cincin
nati, Hamilton A: Dayton Railroads closed last
Wednesday, ami the owners of slock that day
will clout tbo Directors of tbo Ohio Railroad
Company on tbo ttitb of tbo present mouth. Ho
far us pnrohasiug slock Is concerned, the work
of Vanderbilt, as well as all otbors, must have
been completed on tho sth lust. Tbo fact that
tboro bad been no unusual amount of stock
transferred up to that day Would lead to (bo
conclusion that Vanderbilt hud not secured ab
solute ownership of Miillleient stock to uuntrul
tho election, and relied for Iho main part upon
obtaining proxies to tho uxiunt ot several
million dollars. Hus he, or will ho got those
proxies'(Is now tbu question. And It Is n ques
tion that up to tbo present time no person
has been aide (odollnitly answer, reports to tbo
contrary notwithstanding. As a matter of
course, tbo strongest uifurts of tbo Brio and
Pennsylvania people have been and will be
made to prevent vunderbill from accomplish
ing his purpose. Krlo holds no small share of
Cleveland ic Columbus stock, and (bo closest
working relations Imvo existed between tbo two
companies. Tho combined Inilnoueo n| Hrlo
nud Pennsylvania Is not to bo easily unset, ns
Vanderbilt may have discovered In Ills effort to
get proxies.
••said a f/erald reporter to a Cleveland, Coin m
bus. Cincinnati & Indianapolis otlleUl of tbo
rank of (Joaoral yesterday: *Do you person
ally bellovo Vanderbilt has secured auillnlent
stunk to control tho coming election?’
•••Herioml v/ was the reply, * seriously, I do
not bellovo ho bus: In fact, I was much moro
Inclined to tbo opinion that Vanderbilt budget
us two or three days ago limn I am at this mo
ment. and X am not alone in ibis opinion
either. 1 "
disciuminatinu against de-
Tho Detroit Pu«( Mini Tribune snyst *• Tho pa
pers Just now nfo full of comment* on thoevl*
dout discrimination of VoudorbUt against nil
tho railroads under his control in favor of tbo
Now York Central. Hut tbero Is anothor kind
of discrimination that tbu people of Detroit urc
more interested In tlmn anything of ibis kind.
Tbo mutter concerns tho people of tho entire
southern part of tuo State. It is tho grip which
the l.alto Shore & Michigan Southern Hallway Is
obtaining on everything south of tbo lino of tho
Michigan Central llallroud. A short tlmo ngo
tbu Detroit, UllUdalo & Southwestern Hoad
went over to tbo majority, and it is
freely predicted tbut in less than throe
mouths too Fort Wayno & Jackson
will bavo Joined tbo same lunumurnbio
company. )f it were simply u matter of bring*
log those road* under <mu control tbero would
bo no objection; the l.ako Bboro A: Michigan
Bombcrn Is well ollicered and ably managed. Its
road-bed* uiuVrolllug-sioek are well kept up.
All this Is well. Hut not n bushel of grain
comes to Detroit over any road owned by tho
Luke bhuru & Michigan southern. TUo wheat
and oats grown on tho lino of tbo Detroit, Hills*
dale Sc Buiithwesteru and tbu Fort Wayne Si
Jueltson should by all rights cornu to Detroit;
but If It comes hero It will perhaps go by one
road and perhaps by another, nnd Vanderbilt
muy loso (ho freight on it. So the currying of
It via Toledo Is secured by a discrimination in
rates. This Is, of eounw, u business transaction
bu far os the l.ako Ktjore & Michigan Hutnheru is
concerned, but it hurts Detroit. Thu methods
taken by the Lake Shorn to aeeure to It the car
rying of grain are wise and generous— for tbo
road. Shipper* uro given to understand that tho
road will stick by Its iriooits; and when there Is
u quantity of wheat in a section ot country, tho
dealers uud shippers aro encouraged to buy It,
with promises of good rates, which promlsesara
kept, Only opo road coming through the south
; part of tho State Is free from Lake Show cou*
trol. This Is tho Wabash. Tho point of nil this
la that the grain merchants of Detroit will bo
mightily pleased when Kt-aln elevators nro put
up on tho lino of tho Wabash at Adrian, Mont
pelier, and nil othor local grain shipping points,
Whom farmers boII tholr grain they will buy
Iholr supplies, and over tho mad that ships tUo
grain tho merchaudisn will return."
Mr..T. C. (lanlt, (lonor.it Manager, nnd Mr. J.
F. How, Vice-President nnd Pcerctary, of tho
Wabash, Ht. Louis & I'adllc Hallway,wuvo In lUn
city Saturday.
Cot. Hldncy 11. .Tones has boon appointed Oon
oral Western Passenger Agent of tho Louisville,
Now Albany & Chicago Itallrnad, with head
ipiartcrs at Chicago. Mr. .tones was formerly
with tho Pan Handle and Ualtlmoro iUHIo Hull
Mr. K, A.Pnrd.Ooneral Passenger Agent of tho
PeiiiHylvanm Company, tho Pittsburg. Clneln
nnU&Ht. [,•mis, and tho Vimdalln liulrmuls,
wan fn tho olty ycstonlay, Mr. Ford says ho W
nn his way h ick from n tour of Inspection over
his roads. He also states that thorn n no clmngu
whatever In tho passenger war, and he does nut
think It will he over very soon.
Tho Chicago & Alton commenced running Its
third train tn Hu Louis last night. It leaves Chi
cago ul 11 o'clock dally except Saturday, and re
turning arrives at Cnluuuo at 7 o'clock a. in.
dally except Monday. This train will ban great
accommodation to residents In suburban towns
who desire to attend tho theatres, nnd who leave
the eltv late at night. A suction of this train
" 111 also run to Kansas City, reaching there at
the same Unions tho train which used to leuvu
hero at bp. m.
Their llopiirtnro for Si. Lanin Lint
Night—A Visit from (ho Union Vet
eran <Tnb,
Yesterday was tho Inst day of tho Albany Bur
goss Corps’ stay In this city, and last evening
tuoy loft for HU Louis, tholr next stopping
place. Yesterday morning, u number of tbo
visitors attended divine service in Central
Music-Hall, and tn tho afternoon they wore
driven about tbo city by members of tho various
city regiments. Un tho whole tho day was
pleasantly {passed and tho Albanians expressed
tuomseives bs highly pleased with Chicago aud
berpoo pie.
At about D o'clock Inst evening some eighty
members of
bonded by tbo President, Cut. Scribner, Oon.
Boom, and MnJ, Dull, murohed frotutholr bead*
quarters to tbo Palmer House, headed byNov
ans' {laud. After tbo hand had performed several
selections tbo club marched to tbo club-room
of the lintel, where tbo Burgesses were drawn
up In lino at present arms. Tbo usual military
courtesies wore extended, and Col, Huribnnr in
a brief speech presented tbo command with a
set of resolutions handsomely engrossed on
Capt. Smith said ho would ask an old veteran
Captain of tbo corps to respond to tbo splendid
.speech from Col. Herllmer, and ho Introduced
Col. ICmgsloy. Hu said ho would return tbo
heartfelt thanks of tho corps to tho members
of tho Union Veteran Club fur the handsome
testimonial of their regard. Thu speaker had
seen lit to refer to what they had done lit Chi
cago at tbo time of tho groat lire, but they asked
no credit for that, as It was alltuoy could do
under tho circumstances. Tbo corps hud also
been praised for tho bravery of Its members
durlnir tbo Warof tho Uelmllfoti, and be hoped
It would not be called egotism If be look oc
casion to refer to tho record of tho organization
during tho hour of our Nation’s distress with
pardonable pride. Years ago members of tho
llm-gess Corps had been In every battlo from
Vera Urn/, to Mexico, but the organization had
always been referred tons u company of “holi
day panniers.” However, this raiiculo bad been
turned to praise when the Burgesses hud en
tered tho service during the Civil War ns well
drilled and equipped us any company in tbo
army, sending to tho front eighty-six men.
Tho command returned from that bluntly
strife, many members of It having won
honors In tho Hold. Tho organization had fur
nished soldiers from tho private to tho com
mander of uu army corps, and ho would venture
to say that thoru was nut a Imttlelluld unstained
by thu blood of a member of tho llurgess Corps.
They were not a •• holiday purmlo” company,
but they took Into (heir ranks (ho best young
men of Albany and trained them ho that If tbolr
country ever needed them again they would ho
in tbo van. In conclusion ho again tendered tho
thanks of thu command to tho Veteran Club for
thu hauosomu testimonial, saying that It would
bo hung In tbo armory and would always re
mind thorn «t Chicago and the Union Veteran
Club. [Applause.]
In tho nutiiu of thu I,WO mumbers of tbo Chicago
Union Veteran Club wu extend to you the fra
ternal bund of tho subtler.
•• Thu patriotic noi vfeos rendered and tho man
ifold suerlttees made by tho members of your
corps (u (ho late War tiro already caught up ami
inextricably woven into tbo web and woof of our
.National history. We oaunut add a leaf of Inu
re! or might of lustre to your fame. Around
your name Is a halo of glory, bright, beautiful,
and Imperishable; but grout ns Is onr admira
tion for tho Hobllerly reputation. of your com
mand, much us our eyes kindle and hearts glad
den at the sight of men who shared with us tho
dangers and hardships of tho great struggle fur
tho Nation’s life, high us wu hold nil those In es
teem, they seem to dwindle into Insignificance
when we think oi your ohlvalrlo bearing toward
tlioKii’Jftkou people of our city a dccadu ago
“Outside of our limits tongues may tell of
•whut you have done for the Nation. Hero wo
remember best wimt you did for us when Chica
go lay in onu vast Held of ruins; and hero tho
sweet story of your generous aid and uusoltlsli
example is lisped by children, and will bo told
until our city census to be.
“We welcome you nut only as worthy citizens
of tho Nation; wo welcome you not only ns fel
low-soldiers of tlio Republic, but wo also wel
come you as noble benefactors of our city.
“ He assured, then, gentlemen of the Albany
llurgess Corps, that our homes and our hearts
are open to you individually uml collectively
whenever wu may be honored by your presence,
mid that none in our midst have u greater
warmth of feeling or regret more deeply tlio
briefness til your stay mid mmo would bo made
happier by your speedy return to us limit tho
Chicago Union Veteran Club.”
Tbo address, which was written by Oon. {loom
and F. Q. Hail, Ims boon elaborately engrossed
onu sheet of vellum the sides being dec
orated with banners and tings In graceful fes
toons, with a monogram of tho corps—“A. B.
C.”—ln one corner, and stacks of • arms, groups
of tents, cannon, and other «war umlerlnls
tastefully arranged in tho olhors. In thu centre
of tho sheet at tan bottom Is a scene of desulu
tluti lit Chicago after tho groat lire, tho wtiolo
having been executed with a non bv Prof. Pow
ers—a very artistic piece of work.
Thu Burgesses then gave three of tholr imlijuo
nlfuhotleal cheers for tho “Vets." mid (bo emb
returned thu compliment with three cheers uml
an old-riiKhUmeil “tiger.” Thu commands
thou marched to (ho rotunda, where a largo
crowd of Indies mid genllomeii gave thorn a
parting cheer. Fateh man of tho corps was pre
sented with a lurgu photograph of tho Palmor
House os a souvenir of tho trip*
to Tin; m.Tor,
In tUo meantime n battalion or six companies
of (ho First Infantry, under Idmit.-Cnl. K. |(.
Knox, heudod Inr tho Uevhmmtul Hand nnd un
honorary irunrd of Uno ntlleorH, bud marched
down from tho armory, and were drawn mi on
tho north side of Monnm slum between Htuto
und Oearborn. Tlio honorary itnurd was com
iMibud of Muj. .1.1). l)im;rs, Adjt, C. W. Lain*.
Cupt. Howler, Capt. Holman, Cupt. A. I). Smhb,
Capt. Hibson, Caid. Fm-mHton. Menu Downs,
blent, Thompson, und blent. Allman. Tho bat
talion whh headed by (ho orauk Company C,
under (-’apt. F.H. Davis, und thm'O wore uhouc
30J men In lino. An tho Votoran Club nnd tho
Huruess Corps passed tho battalion cnniu to a
present. Tito First then iimreUed to tho front,
und tho lino marched norih on Dourbom struct
hi tho following orders
Humidor Police.
First Infantry Hand.
Ilonorury (itmrd.
First Infantry HattnlUm.
Nuvans' Ilaml.
Union Veteran Club.
Hurley's Troy Hand.
Old Hoard.
llurfreds Corps.
Tho procession marched directly to tho Illinois
Central depot, and crowds aionir tho Uno eheerod
adlenx to the departing visitors. Arriving ut
the demit, tho llnrgosses passed to to tholr
special train, which was awaiting thorn, and the
other urganUatlon* marched tutu the depot, nnd
drew up in Hun at tho side of (ho train. Tho
Cunts band played *• Auld bung Hyne." cheers
were Interchanged, farewells went said, nnd tho
train moved slowly out of tho depot at into, to
I bo ( crowd's song, “Oood*Hy, My buyer, Uimhl-
Tho Ilnriressos will arrive In Bt. T#ouU this
pluming at H o'clock, and will remain hi that
city until Tuesday morning. They will bo hi
Cluelmmil Wednesday, in Cleveland Thursday
ami Friday, and wilt arrive in Albany at & o'clock
tiuturduy afternoon.
7b (A* IMflor n/ 7Tu C'Jiicug'i Trlbunt,
Ciikuiio, Oct. Several or your oorroflpoml*
cuts of luto huvo tnkon irrcut olfutiao ut tbo no*
lion of our City Fattier* lit vlvlmi to Sophia
struct the Illustrious iiuiiiq “(JurllulJ uvunuo.”
No better aelecllou could buvo been mndo In
tuts city, lu tbo lint place, tbls street from
Mnooin Perk to tbo river It more liken farm
tbuuu street. Second, Us Inhabitants nru oml*
nently CbrUtlmi and Industrious people. Third,
tbo buildings nru bumble, unpretentious struct*
ores, devoid of nil show urn) take pretenses.
Fmirtu, It bus u truly Christian ctiurcb, now In
processor oroctlon nunr It* eastern boundary.
Tbu übovo reasons nru unfllnlont, 1 tblnk, to Just
ify our wiso Council In thnlr cmnmendublu no*
tlon. Tbu street Is mi uxuot typo of utir Plus*
irluus dead—bumble, unpretentious, aud Chris*
In view of tbo action of our Common Connell,
several ucutleimmuuQurileld uvc-uuubuvo lu-
angnratod n movement and started n subscrlp.
tlon on tho strnot to nrcct n momunontto Pres),
dent (Jurtleld’s memory? said tnomnnout toe.Ht
fafl.uoo. and,nil property-owners on this street,
nnd within two blomts on cdthor side, to sub.
eeribo liberally. All names to t>o published,
with amounts given by each, Lliinoln I’-it-i*
Congregational Church to start with Sa,OR Thu
Is eminently proper. Said mmmtmmt to bo
erected on tho street adjoining Lincoln Park.
L. M,
Neeomt nny’s IKuotlnic of the Nntlotmi
Ahnucltil loti ol'Chureonl Iron* Wot* (ten
-Two Thou'snml Vuiiikln to Count!*
lute a Ton Hereafter,
Sp«(a( OUputfh (a Thr Chicnnn Trlbmir,
Cincinnati, 0.,-Oct. B—Tho Natlon.il Assnoltj.
tlon of Charcoal Iron-Workers held two sessions
again today at College-1 tall, and tonight are In*,
lag liampiotod at tho Highland House. Th«
member* In attendance are ehloily from Phila
delphia and diiferent parti of Pennsvtvanla. and
from tho lame Superior region. Tho ipiestluni
which have cn,m« up for discussion are the pres
ervation of the forests, tho yield of wood to tin
amc in dilferent parts of tho rmintry. the yield
of coal from ditforent kinds id wood, thobo-t
methods of conslruetlug charcoal fur
naces, and tho number of pounds that
shall constllnto a ton of Iron. On the
last-named point Important action was taken.
Ily a resolution of tho Association a tun of Iron,
which has heretofore contained u.CMO, and. in
some places. -Mull pounds, will homuflor contain
but pounds, Tho fear seutns.to bo general
among charcoal Iron-workers that thotr busi
ness is In danger of being greatly Injured by tbs
wholesale destruction of forests which Is almost
everywhere going on. How to prevent fores)
tires is one of tho Important ipiesilnns up fur so
lution. The association will on Monday timkt
no excursion to tho Hanging Itoek Iron region.
fir. Lotus, Oct. H.—'Tho itlver Convention
which is to be held hero on tho itttb Inst, prom
ises to bo not only tbo largest gathering of tbo
kind over Judd, but ono of extraordinary char
acter. From* LUX) to 1,1)00 delegates, among
them many loading men ot tho country, will bo
present, nnd nearly overy city of any sue nnd
most of tho commercial organizations between
tbo Allegheny mid Uoeky Mountains and tit.
Paul mid Now Orleans, will bo represented bv
prominent and Influential citizens. Several
Oovernora of mates and a number of Congress
men will nlsn be In attendance. The movement
Is attracting unusual attention.
Bam Fiiancisco. Oct. A Vlntorln dispatch
says: Bcporls from tbo mainland show that
tbo recent heavy rains have almost entirely
destroyed tlio cereal crops throughout tbo
Province. On Vaucouvor'a Island tbo crops aro
safely boused.
Clergymen, lawyers, editors, bankers, and la.
dies need Hop {Jitters dally for nnrvo force.
WLOUMFIBLI)—At Itlvursldo, Sunday, Oct. I*. nf
l:i> p. m., at tlio residence of tier son-in-law. tioorg*
Cliaiiibors. Mary A. Illoomlloid, aged 71 years.
Knnonil services will bo held at the residence of
(•euntu Chambers, at Ulvursldc.nt halt-past II o'clock
Tuesday, lieu U. Hpoclitl car will leave tho Uidoa
Hanot, via tho (X, U. & Q. It. it., at 11 a. ni. and return
to the city ut li tt p. ui., thence by carriages to <irace
land Cemetery.
tWilHrtforii (Conn.) papers please copy.
ANGIiB-OcU K. corner Clark and Klmdo-sts,, Dr.
J. I*. Angle, aged 57.
ttr*i’eiirhi, hhlppoosburg, and Now York papers
plunsu copy.
O'NCll.ly—Tho funeral of Cuthorlno P., beloved
wife of Frank O'.Volll. will lake piaco tit 4 o'clock p.
in. today from rasldonco. BStt Culumot-av., to Twan
tysui-ond-flt. UopoU itoiualne to bo taken Bast for
\V AIIUKN-At his residence In Madison Park. Hydl
Park, orucumplieutlim of diseases, Moses Warren,
the wo»-kiiowii publUhor, at I p. m. Sunday, aged 51
Funornl from residencenl Ip. m. Monday. Friends
of tbo family Invited, Train to Hydo Park leaves
city atl'iim p. ni.
Union Veteran Club will bo held this evening
at the Grand Paclilc Hotel.
Xt.JL hun win hold a young converts’ ana inoulry
meeting In Cower Fnrwoll Hull, Y. M. C. A. rooms, at
» o'clock this evening. ■
JL of tbo Third Presbyterian Church, will lend tbs
V. M. C. A. imumlny prayur-meottng today.
Uy UKO. I‘. (JOKE & CO.,
214 and SKI Madlsan-su
GEO. r. GORE & CO.,
214 & 216 Madison-st.,
Boots, Shoes,
For Best Retail Trade Only,
Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 9:30,
liohcmlan . Majolica, China, and
Fancy Glassware,
< J HO. I*. (U)UKACO.. Auctioneers.
«-l«.«.«.«. JL X ciilO iSUiC
Tuesday, Oct. 11, 9:30 a. in.
Tills Sato will l»o Vary Important to the Trade.
I,OUO I.O’i’N.
CthQ. I*. uoitK <t CO.. Auctioneer*.
Boots & Shoes
214 6t 216 Madlson-st.,
Wednesday, Oct. 12,
AT 9:30 A. M. SHARP.
1,000 tecs Boots ail Sloes,
600 tecs Mk Cecils,
xchci uixyvrt vradh maws
THURSDAY, Got. (3, 9130 0. m.
Cloak* und Uolmor.m l.ondlna BjHJclßlir. ■
OKO. 1». (IQHK & CO.. Auctioneer*^
Monday Moraine Del. 10, al 10 o'clock,
194 West Madlson-st.
ConsUUiiK of Chamber Sots, HruinoU and Ingrals
Carpets, Stoves, Crockery, *o., Ac., to U> suld wl bout
reserve, under Chattel Mortvuuv, to hUbvst bidder.
rmtKUOY A CO.. Auctioneers.
7S and MU Usudoluh-st^
*j, orUfvvasamtUe

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