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WHEELING, W. VA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 6,1887
NEWS AND COMMENT. THK W KVTHKi:. For Webern Pennsylvania «uni West Virginia, fair weather. unr«KT Winds vhiftlm to aouth crly. j I'koh mi ru>N *» defeated id Michigan. "DuWW with th« red flag" won in Chi cago yeaterday. F.ight thousand carpeutera are now ou strike in Chicago. Mu H hi AX I'robibitHHiists cry fraud. The chestnut gong is needed in Michigan. Nkvvs seeming to continu the low of the steamer Fagle, comes from New Found laud. Boston «ton« masons and their laborer* have struck for nine hours work witn pay at the ten hour rate « Th k l-abor party is young, but it's fast catching on. They've already begun to bowl fraud in Ciucinnati. FlV* more of Baltimore's dishonest election judges were convicted yesterday and sent up for two years. Fix 8 negroes were lynched at Yorkville, 8. C., for the murder of a boy who in formell upon them for stealiug. Col. Bk< kwith is elected in Jefferson by about 4tM) majority. The Democratic majority in November was 1, KM. JrnuE Holm a s does not think Cak l.lsi.K will remove KANDALL fiom the Ap propriatiou Committee chairmanship. The ungallant wire brings uews from Kansas that the introduction of woman's suffrage did not work any startling e fleets iu election result*. Thk office of Minister trom Austria. Hungry, vacant lor nearly two years. Las been tiHed hy the appointment of Chevalier Sl'HMlT VoN TAY kK A. John L. Sullivan, the prüe tighter, attended the President's reception Monday, and was the lion of the occasion. Mr. Clkvclano not excepted. When all the railroads get in their pe titions far immunity from the workings of the inter-State Commerce law things will he on an even basis ouce more. Cincinnati Republicans do not brag over their seemim* victory, but compares themselves to the New York Democrat» wbo-ie majority was swelled by Republi can» to more surely bury the l.a)ior ticket. Tut Inited States Supreme Court ren dered decisions affirming the right of New York to tax uational bank stock and shares, and devlariug unconstitutional au act of the Michigan Legislature regulating »uter-.State traffic. Want lu T.tkt* It Hatt-k. Tfiti/r'tm l<> IHt ktytMrr. Weston, W. Va., Aprilä.—Qniteaseu satiou was created this iuoruiug when the County Court annonneed it had decided to ies4 iud its action iu the grantiug of license for the sal* of liquor outside the towu of West >n. II. Neely, of Jaut Lew, applied ! for license aod was refused, whereupou the I Com t reveiaed the actiou of yesterday and j revoked the liceuse of one liilhooly, of Ro-1 auoke. It is thought the Court will have a tiissel over the right to rescind its cou tract with (iilhooly, he haviug ordered his goo.1", etc., iu pursuauce of the boud given by huu to the Court tor the sale of liquors, etc., at Roauoke. Administrator Mctiary aud l indester, the attorueys who made the tight yesterday for the whisky meu, have beeu secured by (iilhooly. W. W. Hranuou, ex-Mayor of Westoti, appealed for the auti-liceuse men and pre sented petitious of live huudred signers. Till »ne June Term. "Vrcetf T'UgniM to tlh Het/iMsr. Wnsrox, W. Va., Aprif 5.—Tb« crimi nal-« Heudeiii, Harris aud Williams were up l>efore J italic Oliver aud wereseut ou to the I• rund Jury at the June term. The (lav* Iu. Neu York, April ">.—A few of the Ikws cai jutera have declinad to grant the de mands of the uuiou (or &t.f>0 per day of uine hours aud aliout .'iiM> bauds are out of work iu consequence of lt. IH' the i>UO frauiers of Brooklyn who struck yesterday for the nine-hour rule aud $4.35 a day, fully "21)0 returned to work to-day, the de maud beiug acceded to by the bosses. The few trainers w ho struck in this city 4feo expect to tind work at $.'> .51) a day of niue hours. Cou« estions ou the part of the buildiug l»*wes in this city and arbitration of the question of wages aud hours ou the part of the uuiou men have thus far averted any extensive strikes. The Jour ucvuieu Plumbers' I uion still continues the battle for oue apprentice to every four men. and reports success. A Steel Ki|iluuoii l'irrstii ku, April 5.—Hix men were ter ribly burned by an explosion of molten uietal in the converting department of the Edgar Thompson steel works at Bra«? dock. Fa., about ten o'clock this morning. A beat of steel bad beeu dumped into the portable ladle, preparatory to pouring it mto the ingot moulds, when the liquid metal exploded and was scattered in all directions. W. O. Hoger», Ja». Swaoey, J. K Callahan, John Ready and John Britt. pitmen, were frightfully burned from bead to toot. H. C. Kangham, a coke boy, passing the pit at the time, was caught by the tlash and his clothing burn ed from his body. Callahan and Ready, it is thought are fatally burned, all the others very seriously. Many Clew«, Hat All Wortbl«»». Rahway, N. J., April 5.—There i» nothing new in the Kahway mnrder mys tery this morning. The police are running up against clews at every corner. Mrs. C. K. Miller, the milliner, this morning failed to identity Mrs. Clinton Fronate as the woman she sold the sewing to last December, and stili maintains that it was the murdered girl to whom she sold the machine. It is not believed that the polk* will probt much by the information Mrs. Miller has given them. Become the staple Dentifrice ot America? Simply Jiei-aii.se it is impossible to use it, even for a week, without perceiving its hygienic effect npon the teeth, the gums and the breath. . . The best bloud purifier and system reg ulator ever placed within the reach of suffering humanity, trnly is Electric Bit ters. Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipation. Weak Kidneys, or any disease of the urinary organs, or who ever requires an appetizer, tonic or mild tittnolant, will always find Electric Bit ters Um l«est and only certain cure known. They act aurely and quickly, every bottle guaranteed (o give satisfaction or money reloaded ifcid at fifty cent« a bottle by Logan & Co. Why Has Soxodout TImm> are Solid htti, REDS SNOWED UNDER.| 'DOWN WITH TUK R8D FLAG" THE CRY THAT WON INfllCAfiO. rW Bociaiuu Defeated by 30,000 — Prohibition Defeated m Miebigia—The Labor Men Kick ing 10 Ciociaaau—Col. Beckwuh Elected in Jefferson County. 6htca(K>, III., April 5k—One of the most remarkable municipal contests that Chicago had ever experienced in the half i-entury of her history commenced when the polls were opened at 6 o'clock this morning. For eight years past the Democracy has held the reius of the city government, and y»t, with almost certain victory before it lor at least two years more, the Democratic party, less than a week ajco, t>ecame so completely demoralized, through its ina bility to find a standard bearer, that to-day it m without a ticket in the field. The Republicans alone are left to do battle with the Labor-Socialistic element. It is this fact which make« the contest one of more than usual significance. Robert Nelsou, the labor candidate for Mayor, is au. irou moulder and Master Workman of the District Assembly of the Kuights of labor. Personally he bos no particular official aviations with the So cialists, but the very fact that the Social istic element is in full control of the United 1-abor party, and that two of bis associates on the ticket are avowed Social ists ol the ultra type,Las given the Repub licans the opportunity of raising the cry of "down with the red dag/' aud tbe*ekotion has resolved itselt ito a .tight hetweeu the commercial, industrial and business inter ests and tbe trades unionists, Socialists and Anarchists. It is expected that the bulk of the Demo cratic party will vote the Republican ticket, although the labor men claim that they will receive considerable suppert troni that quarter. c..\t 11 b.i b.i i w> r.iv bas been at lever beat tor the past week, and both side» are working earnestly to day to get their supporters to the polls. The police worked bard for Roche, in ac cordance with semi-othcial orders issued by Chief of Police Ebersold, iu which they were urged to remember the massacre of May 4th last, and to do their utmost to administer a crashing defeat to the sup porters of Anarch*. Altogether the contest is a very interest ing oue, and will fully demonstrate the extent of the bold which the Socialists have upon the trades uufon element of the metropolis of the West. THE BKTUKKS. At 7:30 p.m., the indications are that Roche's majority will be 30.000, u figure that surprises everybody. If the 3,300 voter naturalized during tl*e j«*t month by the united labor party be added ty tho l-.O^K) cast for Socialist Taulier last fall, the total will be very near what Nelson's vote uow promises to be iu to-day's election. This would rneau that Carter Harrison's attempt to deliver the Democratic vote to the united labor party had failed utterly. Returns received at the town hall iu the stock yards district up to ti p. in , indicate that Elmer Washburue, beading the le forrn ticket allied with the Roche ticket in the city ward, had lieen elected Super visor b) a majority of 1,000 over all op|»o sition. 11 p. in.—It Is reasonably certain that the United I-almr party elected two Alder men aud nothing else. The United Labor patty polled to-day just oue-half the num ber of votes its leaders predicted. Their ■central ticket Is buried uudcr a majority til 30,000 votes. PROHIBITION DEFEATED lu HleiiiK*u Ky a Suiitii Majority Kepubli eanH (lut There liy lO.OOO. Drrtüir, Muh., April 5.—Returns from yesterday'select ion are slowly coming iu. It beiug settled that the Republican State ticket has l»een elected by alxmt 10, • mmi plurality the interest centers «m the Prohibition anieudment. The Riming ./uN>'N(i/suys it is defeated by 8,300 majority and others claim the majority will reach 15(000, bnt the Prohibition Committee» still claims the adoption of the amcflneil. This cl:um is liascd ou the liict that all the cities have been beard from, while country localities, where the movemeut had its greatest strength, have not yet been fully reported. All figures so far received on the auieuduieut are partly esti mated aud little confidence- can be placed iu them, although it seems prolwble the amendment is defeated by a small vote. This eveuiug the Prohibitionists claim that frauds were committed agaiust them in several wards iu this city, aud say that several precincts will lie contested. It is as serted that knowu Prohibitionists were prevented from voting, that ballots for the amendment were destroyed; that oppo nents to the measure were allowed to vote several times aud that votes against the amendment were purchased. 10:50 p. m.—The latest figures on the election place the Kepublicau plurality at about 8,001), while on the prohibitory amendment the opposition majority will be about 5,00o. FROM CINCINNATI. l'luraUti«« of tbr Republican CituiliiUt«* The Labor M«n Kicking. Cincinnati, April 5. —The complete count on the Mayoralty ticket «»hows Smith (Rep. ), 17,903; Matsou, (Item.), 11,951; Stevensou, il-abor), 1?,.'W57. Smith's plurality, 596. The pluralities« ol the other candidate* are as follows: F. W. Moore, Judge Superior Court, 2,050; T. F. Horst man, City Solicitor, 1,"*4»>; A. F. Bohrer, Treas urer, 2,StW; J. A Caldwell. Judge 1'olice Court, 3,949; J. C. Schwartz, Prosecuting Attorney Police Court 3.4Ô0; Emil Rehse, Clerk Police Court, I.MS. The footings for Council men and mem bers of the Board of Education hare not yet been made, but the indications are that the Republicans will huve a plurality on both Boards, it not a majority. The F.nquirer has little to say of the meaning of the election. It says of the result: "It is at least clear that no Demo crat upon the geueral ticket has been chosen. Fitzgerald, for Police Judge, ran ahead of the remainder, but not sufficient ly. The party is let! completely out It is too early to speak with any accuracy regarding the ward tickets, save to say that the Republican majority in Council will be largely increased. The election was a very orderly one, and the most or derly and earnest of all were those repre senting the United Labor party. The car penters' strike threw an unexpected element into the field. It sent to the polls 1,000 of our very beat artisans and they brought with them their broth«», their couaius and their uucle*. The result is to be seeu in the magnificent vote which the party cast." The ( 'ommrrriaJ • Uaztite says: 'The democratic managers saw early yeaterday Rat they were uot going to win, aud snd denly issued ordere throwing their strength, so tar as it was at command, for the Labor ticket This is precisely the opposite course from that pursued by the RepubU cans in New York when the unexpected • strength of ihe Labor party appeared. The ; Republicans there liroke rank* and gave , Hewitt votes to detest- George. Amor Smith's friends acted fci good faith tbrough ont to the whole ticket. "The moot remarkable thing ahpat the election in, the appearaore of tb« Demo cratic party as the third party. Whatever may he the deficiencies of the I-abor party in the excess of their theories, which may be modiiied by experience, they are not in politii-s for boodle, and whatever might happen to them if they were long in the enjoyment of power, they start fair aa honest men, and it is a profound satisfac tion, though they chased Amor .Smith so close, that they out-voted the boodle Dem ocracy." An uuothcial looting for ward officers shows the following result: Council men—13 Republicans, 9 Labor aud 3 Democrats. Board of Education—15 Republicans, 8 Labor and 2 Democrats. A («Urions fact is that the Third, Foui th. Nineteenth and Twenty-first wards, hith erto strongly Democratic, and the Tenth, Kleveutb, Twenty-second and Twenty fourth, strongly Republican, were carried yesterday by the Lal>or party. At the Unite«l Labor headquarters to day there was a streng feeling that with so many votes the Lal>or party should not give it up without a contest. "Our votes come so near electing our men, if it does not elect them, that 1 be lieve we will contest the whole city ticket with the Republicans/' said Secretary Bristol, of the I .abor Campaign Commit tee. "I'pon what do you ba*e your contest?'' was a-iked. "1 do not know that I am at liberty to state until after the meeting of our com mittee," said he. "I will say, however, that wé had returns from 107 prcincts showing a plurality of over 500 for Steven son, and additional returns this morning increased that plurality to some 700." "The regular returns at the elertion board make the plurality 600 for Smith, and we want to know how it is. I can only state indefinitely, in addition to this, that we Jjeai- there was bribery in ward Seventeen, and in ward Nine one man, who is in Texas, was impersonated at the polls, and another, who is in the work house, was also represented at the polls. We expect to unearth other trauds and irregularities further along. " lte< kwlth Elected. -tptriiU T'lrqram hi th* RtgMtr. Chai.estowx, W. Va., April 5.—Col. Beckwith is elected by about three hun dred majority. Iu November last eleven hundred aud thirty-eight (l,13tf) was the ^ ,UlVWi %WJ • Loral Option Detent«**!. Staüston, Va., April 5.- The local optioa eleciion here to-day resulted iu a majority for license in a total vote of 1,162. No Revolution. Kansas City, Mo., April 5.—Scatter ing returns fronj Kansas City state that the municipal elections in general passed ofi'qnietly. The introduction of female sutl'rage does not work a great change in the character of results. PROGRESSIVE PRIESTS. An Organisation That U in Sympathy With Dr. Mcttlyiiu. NKAV York, April 5.—Kev. Sylvester Malone, of Brooklyn, one uf the eminent priests who received an admonition l>e cuise they attended Dr. MctJlynu's recent lecture, said to a reporter lust evening: "There was nothing iu the lecture against the tcachiugs of the church. I think it is the duty of the priests to take a stand on this question, and if they do you will liml a great many on the side of Dr. McOlynu. I have spoken to many priests and they ajjree with me. 1 do not hesitate to state my views." It is uow stated that I)r. Burtsell, who was warned with the others, has not been suspended, but has been removed from his oftice as "Defender of the Marriage Tie." He is reported to have had au angry inter view with the Archbishop. it is au inU-rexting fact that Dr. Mo Glyno, Dr. Hurtsell and Dr. Malone were among the original members of what was known among the priests as the Littéral Club or Clique. It comprised also, at the start, l<ev. Thomas Farrell, now dead, and Kev. James Xilan, of PoagUkeepsie.' They Itelieved the Church should coul'uriu atul adjust itself to the spirit of the age and country. Their general tendency was toward limiting til* jK)«er of the bishops and Archbishops and the elevation of the diguitv of the priesthood. They mooted the idea of saying mass in English instead of Latin, and even prophesied that event ually priests would discard vestments. Of late little has beeu heard of this somewhat radical clique. Kive More Jug|(«il. B.u.timokk, Md., April 5.—Charles H. Owens, Issiah Waters, John Brandon, John B. Saunock aud Wui. J. By rue, judge« and clerks ot the electiou iu the First ward, tried tor conspiring to defraud at the last municipal electiou, were convicted in the Criminal Court to day. Notice of appeal was entered. The penalty is two years imprisonment. The accused are charged wfth putting ballot* in the box, and entering ou the poll books the names of persous who did not vote. Cotton Handler;) Fighting. Nkw Orleans, April 5.—lu a tight this eveniug between several meiul>ers of the old and new Council of Cotton Handlers, at Factors Press, Paddy Gilchrist was shot and mortally wounded. It is reported that a tight has also taken place at the shippers press, and that a nnmberof shots were tired. Five Jtegroe« Lynched. Colvmuia, S. C., April 5.—New« just received from Yorkville aunouuces the lynching of five negroes there at 5 o'clock this morning. The men murdered a boy last December who informed on them abont stealing from the fields. They were brought to Columbia some time ago for safety, and went to Yorkville yesterday for trial. Struck for an Advance. PnTSBfRO, April 5.—Two hundred laborers at the American Iron Works of Jones & Laughlin struck to day for an ad vance in wages of forty cents per day. The men were granted an increase of 13 per cent recently, and the firm refuse to make any further concevions. The strike se riously interfere« with the operation of the immense establishment. A Trial by Jury, That great American jury, the people, have rendered a Unanimous verdict in favor of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets, the standard remedy for bowel and stoiqach disorders, biliousness, sick headache, diz ziness, constipation and sluggish liver.' Good Results In Kwry Caae. D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes, that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold that set'led on his lungs; had tried many reme dies without benefit. Being induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, did so and was entirely cured by use of a few bottles. . Since which time be has used it in his tamily for all Coughs and Golds with best results. This is the experience of thousands whose lives have I teen saved by this wonderful discovery. Trial bottles free at Logan à Co.'s Drug •tore. ' > NEW LAW WORKING. THE INTER STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION BEGIN BCSIXhSS Their New Quarters—More Protests Owning m Against iLe New Rales—The Effect on the Roads Yesterday--The fctstan Ruads Not Boycotting the W«tern. Washington, April 5.—The liratofficiaJ act of the Interstate Commerce Commis sion wad the selection of permanent office quarters. This was determined on and announced early this morning—the first morning that the Commission was empowered to act judicially. The fifth floor of the recently completed Baltimore Sun building, on F street has been selected. No more satisfactory selection could have been made. Each Commissioner will have a spacious apartment i'or his private use. A large room will be set aside for an audience chamber and there are adjoining rooms for the filing and storage of docu MHMits, etc. The rest is $3,tiM). The build iug is eight stories high, faced with white marble and is one of the handsomest struc tures in the city. Its location is central, midway between the np-town and dowu towu governmental departments. The Commission will move to the uew quarters withiu a few days. Colonel Worthiugtou, Major Shell man and Vice President Smith, of the Rich mond ami Danville, Georgia Central and Louisville and Nashville railroads, respec tively, appeared iu behalf of their com panies and presented petitions praying that the long and short Eanl section beuot applied to their roads, until such time as the commissiou could adjudicate on the specifio requests already submitted. John S. Lazarasus, General Freight Agent of the Indianapolis, Decatur and Springfield Ra Iway, applied by letter for "the privilege of charging less on grain and other traffic received from connecting lines at junctions than we make from our local stations. ' ' A. D. Smith, General l'assenger Agent of the Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad, has presented a petition asking that the long aud. short haul provision l>e waived for the present as regards the traasporta tion of passengers between Pittsburg and New York. This line is louuer than the Pennsylvania, with which it is in com petition aud a small portion ot the pas senger traffic has put down the rates to $8.05 for second class, and |9.00 for first class, asagaiasf $10 ">fl by the Pennsylvania H. A. Anderson, Superintendent of the Western .v Atlanta Railroad Company, ex tending from Atlanta to Chattanooga, pe tition» to be relieved from the operation of the fourth section, and to charge lea» tor a longer than for il shorter haul to, troni and through Atlanta, Home aud Chattanooga, and intermediate points iu order for said company to meet water com petition at Home, Chattanooga, Montgom ery and Augusta. UNDER THF. NRW RULES. Inauguration of tlitt Conuiierce I.hmt nu the Nen Vol k KomiIh. New Yorw, April 5.—The new Inter State Commerce law went into eflect to day, and ko far no difficulty in regard to the n«'W rates has arisen. At the otlice of the Trunk Line Associa tion iu this city it was slated that the new rule was working satisfactorily, hut that, some interests would he sure to contlict. These, however, were so trilling that they could easily l>e settled by the agents. W. 1.. Malcolm, (ieuetal Küstern agent of the Santa Fe road, and Mr. W. E. Hull, Gen eral Has tern agent of the Soutliern 1'acitic, also stated that the new law was working evenly. The new rates have heeu posted in the depota, according to law, aud the traveling public could see at once what the various classifications are. The abolition of the free pass system is favorably received by that portion of the public that did not come under the privileges of the dead head rule, now defunct. How Iii»» N«w Law AflW't« III« Milluri. 1 niuanaitii.is, April 5.—The Inter State Commet«« law is causing all sorts of trouble. A proniiuent miller says: "What the law will ultimately do 1 will not pre tend to say. Its effect so far is to hurt the millers of this city. We ure compelled to shut down on account of the failure to get rates south of the Ohio. After this thing is settled our prospects ure good. The mills experience no trouble in securing plenty of gruiu to keep them running, und orders are fair. Not Boycotting Wi-st«rii KomW. Pirrsuiku, 1'a., April 5.—Chief As sistant General l'asseuger Agent F. Van duseu, of the Pennsylvania Company, stated to-day that the impression that the eastern tratlic association had boycotted western railroads was erroneous. "Such talk," said he, "»nonsense. The lines over which through tickets are not beiug sold are simply waiting for the ad vice of their counsel. "Our couii»auy has already the consent to sell through tickets over a large num ber of connecting roads. "In instances where tue sale ot through tickets has been withdrawn, it is merely temporarily. The tickets will be re-in stated as soon as legal advice is given to have us act as agents ot each of the diller ent roads. We have received authority from several additional western roads this inomiug. Circulars will be issued to i lay to sell through tickets' over such lines. The Hues giving such authority to the Pennsylvania Company include the Chi cago and Northwestern, the Chicago, Mil waukee and St. Paul, the Chicago, Bur liugtou and t^uincy and the Union Pacific railroad. ' ' Thr Jesuit Father, Antonio Julian, in his book on travels in South America, says: 'This plant (the Coca) possesses all of the wonderful properties claimed for it." Commodore Gibbon, (U. S. Explor ing Expedition of the Amazon ) says: "The Coca has properties so marvelous that it enables the Indians, without any other nourishment, to perform forced marches of five and six days. It is so bracing and tonic that by cbewiug it alone they per form journeys of3U0 miles on foot without appearing in the least fatigued." To build up a broken down system, to relieve dys pepsia, biliousness, female monthly suffer ings and nervous prostration, LiebigCo.'s Coca Beef Tonic has no equal. Tu E usual treatment of catarrh is very unsatisfactory, as thousands of despairing patients can testify. Ou this point a trustworthy medical writer says: "Proper local treatment is positively necessary to success, but many, if not most of the rem edies in general use by physicians, afford but temporary benefit. A cure certainly cannot be expected from snuffs, powders, douche« and washes." Ely's Cream Balm is a remedy which combines the important requisites of quick action, specific curative power, with perfect safety and pleasant ness to the patient. Children's Home, Cincinnati, O. We feel that we cannot speak too highly of your tfooch's Mexican Syrup as a cough remedy, it is a most excellent medicine, being pleasant to take, and all the nurses agree that it is j ost the thing for the chil dren. W. V. Cboi se, Superintendent IIASK KALL. LouUvllle 19, Syracuse ». IxirisviLLK, April 5.—The feature of t be game to-day between Louisville and SjncuH Stare was heavy slogging. Cham Itfrlain and Dundon pitched, ^eore: Lou isville 19, Syracuse 9. Rase hiU, l/ouis ville 21, Syracuse 11 ; earned rune, Louis ville 14, Syracuse 6; errors, Louisville 4, Syracuse 6; struck out, Cbamberlaiu 5, Duudou 1. ■ The World'* Champion» Downed. Br. Louis, April 5.—Indianapol is played magnificently to-day and defeated the world's champious alter a hard fight. The champions out batted them but their hit« ; were more scattered than those of the In dianapolis, who by effective bunching brought in the wiuniug runs. The infield work of Denny, Glaftfe-ock aud S ho in berg, was »imply superb yuinn played a great game at ceiitre. The playing of Sylvester at left aud the hitting of Carrnthers »ere the best features of,the champions' work. Bwrv made a home run for Indianapolis. Score: IndianaIulis 4 0000 2 20a-8 St. Lou l> 1 1 1 2 Ü ü 1 1 0— 6 Earned runs, St. Louis 5, Indianapolis 4; home ruusk Seery ; struck out, by Foutz, 4, by Beyle 2. A Chane« for the Ladle« Washington, D. C., April 5.—There are at present 80 women employe«! in the Treasury department, and it is proposed, in view of the pressure for these places», to increase the number to 100. Athletics 14, PhilUe* 7. Philadelphia, April 5.—The second game in the local series was played to day before about 2,000 people. Only seveu in nings were played ou account of the low temperature. Score: Athletics 14, Phila delphia 7. Baltimore !?• Buffalo 4. Baltimore, April 5.—The Butlaloclub, of the International League, was to-day defeated by the Baltimore club in a five inning game, the score standing 12 to 4. The weather was too cold to permit of playing and only about three hundred persons were present. Buckeye Bridge Company Kali«. Cl.KVKl.AND, O , April 5.—The Buckeye Bridge aud Bolt Company made an assign ment to J. Shaffer for the Itenefit of their creditors. The liabilities are $35,000 and the assets, it is thought, will pay all the firm's debts. Carnegie Bros & Co., of T'ittfthnrir are the heaviest creditors. .1er emiah Miller, oue of the leading owners, is temporarily iu.sane, and a day or two a«o attempted suicide by »tabbing himself forty times with a pair of draughtsman's dividers. Kiglit Thousand Men Out. Chicago, April 5.—The carpenters' strike is still in progress. Small torcea of workmeu quit this morning ou a building in process of construction. It is estimated that at least 1,1X10 more men joiued the strikers to-day. This makes the total num ber out 8,000 Iu many places the bosses acceded to the demand» of the men, but the union would not permit the men to return to work till the Employers' Asso ciation has concluded to grant the uuion's demand. Hoping A^aiiixt Hope. St. Johns, N. F., April 5.—Intelligence has been received here respecting the Heal ing steamer Magie, which notouly confirms previous reports us to the tiudiug of the rwrcckitge, but also states that portions of the figurehead, deckhouse and bulwarks have been picked up and identified. Noth ing positive can be known, however, until the aTrival of another of the tiect, and per haps not then. Want a Niutt-Hour Day. Boston, April 5.—An exteusive strike of stone masons and their laborers and mor tar mixers in this vicinity, has been in augurated. l^uitc a large body of men are involved. The object of the strike is to obtain mue hours per day, with the same rate of wages as paid for ten hours. A Trade Dollar D«cUlon. Washington, 1). C'., April 5.—The Secretary of the Treasury h*s decided that National P.ank depositories are not required to redeem trade dollars under the recent act. _ THKOUG1I THK STATE. The boom in McDowell lauds still con tinues, and laud buyers are u limerons. A sale has been effected on the Beech and Dry Forku of 12,(XXI acres, $311,000 being the price paid. Other land sales are re ported elsewhere in the county. JiUues White's stable, at Straight Fork, Jackson county, fell down a f«w days ago, burying a son of the proprietor iu the ruins. His mother and little brother dug him out, slight bruise« only resulting to the victim. The preliminary survey of the branch of the Ohio River Railroad to Spencer, Koane county, has been completed. The road will lie thirty-one mile« long. Almut fifteen miles of track have been bid on the exteusion of the (iratlou & «•reenbrier Railroad. Ed. Scott, colored, had both thumbs toru off in Bowers' mill, at Martinsburg, last Monday. Jules ami Lewis Viquesuy, of Randolph couuty, have lieeu arrested for bamhurii ing. len children Ol tue tamuy ol Mr. t. S. Righter, ot' Clarksburg, are school teach ers. A | roject is on foot to erect au extensiv# llour mill at Elizabeth, Wirt county. Peach trees and .spring flowers are in bloom in McDowell county. Horses are bringing unusually high prices in Tyler county. MARTIN'S FERRY. MisaCotts, of Wheeling Island, is the guest of Miss Ora Boyd. The Wash.-Jeff. boys who are at home on vacation leave for school to-day. John Reid, a mould-maker at the Buck eye Glass Works, had a finger badly mashed yesterday. Will C'nrry, or Wheeling, well known ia this city, has resigned his position in the B. O. office. George Horning, the water works con structing engineer, and his son, George, Jr., have arrived in the city and will go to work at once. The lull returns of the township election shows the following majorities: For Trus tee, C'oss, 441; For Treasurer, Ed Clark, 132; For Clerk, J. T. Han«., 33*2; For Constable, William H. Moore, 136; John W. Stuff, 570; For Council, iu the First ward, Rilley had a majority of 93; in the Second, Smyliehad IGT, and in the Third, J. T. Hanes had 51. Lippbardt for Water Works Trustee had 441 majority. How and Why 815,000 Cuine* to Kouae. There was some excitement oa tht street yesterday when it was announced that some one in Rome had drawn a part of the capital prize of The Louisiana State Lot tery, on last Tuesday. A New Orleans paper bad a list of the lucky numbers, as follows: "No. 73,987, $150,000 whole, sold Ln fractions in San Francisco, Phila delphia, Buffalo, and Auburn, N. Y., Portland, Me., Fort Wayne, Ind., Rome, Ga., and Aberdeen, Miss." The lucky ones were found at last. They were Miss Abbie Webb, Prof. B. F. Clark, and Dr. J. A. Tagner. These had pooled together and purchased some lottery tickets, and among tbem was the Incky number.— Romt, (Oa.), Cmrier, FA. 11. HANDALL DEFENDED. JUDût HO! M AN SATS HE WILL REMAIN ON THE COMMITTEE For Appropriations—Mr. Carlisle Will Not Remove the Pennsvlmia Scoooaist, Who Will Do is the Next Cuagress What Be Has IW in üm Lut Sebion. Washington, April $.—A correspoud eut lust night asketl Judge Holiuan, of In diana. if it was trne that Speaker Carlisle would next year remove Mr. Randall from the chairmanship on the Appropriation Committee, as has been intimated, and scatter the other members of the commit tee, inclnding himself and Ornerai For ney, of Alabama, m other directions where they would have letvs to do with the up propriation in the next Congre«. "I do not think," was Jndge Holman'f reply, "that Mr. Carlisle ever intended to do any thing of the kind. Mr. Carlisle is an honest man. He believes in adminis tering public matters as economically as Mr. Randall does. The people of the country have contidence in the Appropria tion Committee of the House. To wipe it out, as bas been proposed in some quar ter«, ami substitute other ami less exper ienced men would in my judgment be a fatal error. "It would produce great dissatisfaction throughout the country. Mr. Randall has been charged with holding hack the varions appropriation bills committed to us, to antagonize legislation he does not approve. I cannot understand how snch stories originate. In this case it has ab solutely no foundation in fact. The ap propriation Dills, as you know, are divided among the various sub-committees of the Appropriations Committee. Mr. Randall made the chairman of each sub-committee responsible for the bill placed in his chtttge. The Sundry Civil, Mr. Randall's own bill was reported unusually early, aud, notwithstanding the shortness of tlie session, was reported to the House two months before adjournment. He did his work more promptly than any ofus.' "Then, in your opinion, Mr. Randall Will remain in exactly his present positiou in the Fiftieth Cougress?'' "Undoubtedly. I do not think that Mr.' Carlisle cau be influenced by Mr. Randall's "Upon what platform do yuu think the Democrats will stand in the next Presiden tial election?" "Our platform, 1 think, will Ik substan tially the same as that ot three years ago, except that the feeling in favor oi* revenue reform will lie more decided, while protec tion as an element of jtolitical policy, will not be so conspicuous. I doq't think, however, that the taritV will cut auy more of a figure ln jggg tbau it did in 1881 —not so much probably. The principal issue will be the retention in power of the party of honest methods or the reinstatement of the party ot extravagauce and corruption. To my mind there is no doubt ol the re sult." "How will Iudiaua cast her vote in 1888?" "Indiana will give any Democrat from ten to filteen thousand majority." "Will Mr. McDonald Ite a candidate again'"' "It he is I have heard nothing of it. I don't thiuk he will be. 1 don't speak by the card, if Mr. McDonald should Ik* a candidate our delegation would undoubt edly support him. Btft it does not look to me as it Indiana would present any of her sons for Presidential honors unless the Re publicans should bring out Senator Harri son. His attitude during the receut exciting Senatorial coûtent in our State was such as to win the admiration of Itoth partie». He is a sale, conservative and able man." "Is Cleveland popular with the Demo crats ol Indiana?" "Well, yes," was Mr. Holiuau's hesita ting reply. "On the whole h is administra tion is generally commended. Our people neither agree with him ou the silver quoi* tion nor on the subject of Civil Service reform, but they do itelieve he is making a good President, and that is the main thing arter all." RRlDOErOKT. Signor Boseo drew good houses in Bridge jKtrt for three nights. Mr. John Stewart is no liettcr and is weakening continuously. Mr. Albert Browo »old a tine bred Kentucky horse to Col. John Hill yester day for $.'too. Major Camp was in the city a few min utes yesterday calling on the temperance committees. Mrs. Harry Wethterald was taken sud denly ill yesterday, necessitating the at tendance of a physician. Yesterday William Tweedy, 1 <eaadei Barkers and Frank Smith and family, all of Mt. Pleasant, left for Oiuaha, Neb., to make that city t'ueir future home. Mr. August Koehnien has resigned his position with Samuel Woodcock and will open up a shop of his own in Adam Kberle's building in a frw days. (Jus is a first class tin worker and deserves success. The entire Republican townsbipticket was elected Monday. A. T. Bowie and J. A. Mitchell, among the Democrats, hus tled Clark and H an es closer than any of the others. The municipal elertiou was a kind of a surprise party for the prohi bitionists. Furl une'« Favorit«* are those who court fortune- those who are always looking out tor and investigat ing the opportunities that are offered. Send your address to Hallett & Co., Port land. Maine, and they will mail you free, full particulars about work that you can do while living at home, wherever you are located, and earn from fô to $•£"> per day and upward». Capital not required. Voit are started free. Both sexea. All age». Some have earned over $50 in a single day. All is new. The Wonderful Heating I'roperfle« •( Ds^ji Prophylactic Fluid. Wherever a preventin healing, cleans iug and deodorizing in ection or wash is required use Darbys Pi iphylactic Fluid. Any indaroed surface, ex tenia 1 or internal, treated with the Fluid v ill be quickly re lieved. It has effected or« that had re sisted the >>eat medical skill. A man wbo ha« practice» i medicine fur 40 years ought to know salt trom sugar; read what be say»: Toledo, U., January 10, 1*&7. Memr». F. J. Cheney & Co. —< jentlemen : —I have Iteeu in the g-neral practice of medicine for most 40 years, and would say that in all tny practice and experience, have never seen a preparation that I could prescribe with m lunch confidence of suc cess as I can Hall's Catarrh Care, mann factnred by yon. Have prescribed it a great many times and its effect is wonder ful, and would say in conclusion that I have yet to find a case of Catarrh that it wonld not cnre, if they would take it ac cording to directions. Yours trnly, L. L. Goksi'ch, M. D. Office, 215 Summit S t. We will give $100 for any catte ot Ca tarrh that can not be cured with Hall's Catarrh Care. Taken internally. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Prop»., Toledo, O. JÔTSold by Druggist*. 75 eta. John H Harader, a son, near 15 yean old, of William Haradsr, of Ütfton Mills, was suddenly stricken wtth total bündaeM Thursday, March 10th, while walkiag lei sorely in the yard. COXDKNSKn TELEGRAMS. The Big Foar earnings for March were $231,879.76. Local option was defeated in Aviadaie, Hamilton rannt/, 0. March tires oust the United Suit -n and Canada $10,450,0U0i Olirer S. Kelly, Republican, was elec ted Mayor of Springfield. Edwin H. Fitter was inaugurated Mayor of Philadelphia Monday. Judge Wtu. 8. Pierce, of Philadelphia, Is dead, aged seventy-two. Tommy I hin forth and Fataey O'Li uy fought four rounds in New York. Slosaou defeated Schael'er .U cual too carouid, it Chicago; si-ore 5(10 to 488. The Upper Michigan Peninsula bad tht heai lent mow lall of the season ftton<ay Ocrg< Skidioore, a notorious Eng ial thief, wtuterf in l»udon, was im-sted it Chicago. v B. F. ,'outn is not a candu lie for re election is Chuiruinn of the Nt lit oal Re | publican Convention. The total redemption of trad< dollar« ac cording to the laf^wt return, nor untM t< *t,87*,7:î5. Theoptiilus Griffith*, ol" Sen itJn, Pa, was shot and instantly killed by Jo£«i|d] Brooks, Itotli coal miner*. Ben F. Teiupleton, a promit ee t citi*» of Liberty, Ind., suicided by. hanging himsell with s halter rope. (ioveruor Kiygs, of Delaware, has ap pointed his sou John Attorney ikmeral of i the State to ÛU an unexpired u n» John 11. Barron, President of the New Hampshire Cattle Couipauy, shot himself fatally at Concord, X. H. Frank M. l-augston, sou of the ex-Min ister to Haytf, shot and fatally wounded a colored man in a quarrel in Pittsburg. Noah Harper, a colored man, living uine miles east of Mechanicsburg, O , whipped his twelve-year-old child to death. Herman Schull/ler, aged twenty-su, died ofhydrophobia in a Chicago haspital. He was bitten by a dog before Christ mas. Colonel Lauiont denies that the i'resi deut intends to take horseback exercise, or that he intends to practice gymnastics. A. N. Sutton, of the Drug and Chemical Company, Ciucinuati, died of an overdose of morphine, at the .Marine Hospital. A petition in the Supreme Court of the I WuteiAt nf i \ >1 it it« l»i ik In <l.x<luru ilia oivil service unconstitutional, was dismissed. Philip H. Brock, Democrat, was elected Mayor of Columbus, O. The Republicans will have a majority of the Cit) Council. Chief Justice Wade, of .Mou tana, his tie cided that the law imposing a license tax on commercial traveler*? is uneoustUu tioual. John L. Sullivan, the prize Ii gh ter,, call - cd ou the President during Mouday's re ception. He says all Cleveland ueeds is a treatment of Turkish hath«. Mrs. Daniel Blonder, of Klkhart county, Ind., is recovering from serious il In«-»« through the treatment of transfusion of blood from her husband's veins. It is charged that Surveyor General Reichart's office, Sau Francisco, bas been manipulated to swindle the Government, and that he uud others have Iteen indicted by the Federal grand jury. At Heading, Pl., a large quantity of dynamite, us«sl for blasting exploded. Andrew l.ueti had Isith legs blown oil'and will die. Two others, llaliauH, names not ascertained, were fearfully inju red. Saiu uel Wertz was also b;ully hurt. Judge Colt, o! the U. 8. Circuit Court, at Bostou, in the cane of the Cnited Stat«-« va. The Americau Bell Telephone Com pany, to trat the validity of tlie Bell int ent, denied the luotiou of the defendant for leave to demur to the bill, and also to plead matters tu defense. Considerable embarrassmeut iu carrying out the work of allotting land-- in sewral ty to the Indians is icpurUs! at the Indian Bureau, tine of the greatest opponents of tke act is the Indian IK* fen se Association, which has for its President tiev. Byrou Sunderland, pastor of President Cleveland's church. The luter-State Commerce 'Aimmission promulgated the following rule of proceed ing: Applications made for toe official w lion of the Commission kliall lie made by petitiou, which shall set forth I he fact* on which they an* founded and In veritied by the ont h of the applicant or some million zed agent or attorney. Land Commissioner Sparks recommend* that patent* Im- issue«! to the Northern Pacific Railway Company for (amis along so much of the road as lies between a |»int near Duluth, in Minnesota, aud the Mis souri Hiver, in Dakota, but states his opinion that no |>atents should lie issned to said company tor land* on any portion of the road. The U. S. Supreme Court has decided the test suit of the New York National bunks against the municipal authorities to restrain the collection of taxes on the shares of hank stock. Ttie quest ton raised by tlie «aae is whether or uot the system of law» enforced in the State of New York is iu opposition to Section 5,218 of the Re vised Statues of the Culled Slates, which requires that the taxation of sbar«« of na tional banks "sliall uot.be at a greater raU thail is asse~.se)! upon other moneyed capi tal in the hands o! individual citizens of said State " The C>urt unswers that question in the negaMe, an«! allirms the decree of the Court below in favor ol the State. IIOKMPOKI)'« ACID l'IMMI'HATK. NerioDi Prontratina ai»«l Wi>ikliMi ul |br Alimentär) Canal. I»r. E. M. <i*vitt, Toledo, O., iays: "It in a valuable remedy in tier von« pt nitra tion ami weak«-«*of the alimentary (Anal." (•really K tri led. Not ft few of tbe riti/raa of Wheeling have recently hemme greatly exuted over tlie astoundIni; la. W that several of their friend* who have Wo pronounced by tbeir physician* an incnraWe and |heyood mil hope -suffering with that dreaded mooster Consumption -have beeo completely curçd by Dr. King's New Dtocoteiy for Con sumption, the only remedy thai don posi tively cure all throat and lunjr diseases, Cough*, Cold*. Asthma and Bronchitis. Trial bottle* free at at Ixtgau \ Co.'a drag store, lalge Utttlenfl. Ad vir« to Mother«. Mr*. Win* low's' Soothing H y rap Sot children teeth mu, in the prescription of ooeof tb? be>t female nurses and ohymcuoa io the United S ta tea, and bad been u*ed for forty y ear* witb Derer falling sacteaa by milliousof mothers for their children. During the process of teething ita value ia iDrak-uaMe. It relieves the child from pain, «nrea dysentery and diarrhoea, grip ing in the bowel*, and wind colle. By giving health to the child ft renia ita mother. Priée 2.1e a bottle. Baek ton's A raica Sal va. The beat wive in the world for Ca ta, Bruises, Horw, Ulcer*, Halt Kbenm, Fer er Sorea, Tetter. Chapped Hand*, (.'bilMain#, Corna and all the Hlcin »aptiooa, ned positively rare* Pile*, or no pay required. It ia guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For aal« by Logan A Go. Catarrh I* Mo« a Kloo* LH»—I. No matter what parte it may finally af fect, catarrh always starte in the bead,and belong* to the bead. There is no mystery about the origin of thia direful disru. ft begins in a neglected cold. One of the kind that is "sore to be better io • firs day a." Thousands of victims know how it is by sad experience. Ely's Cream Balm i-urss colds in the hsad aad eatanh la all ' its «tagea. Not a snuff or a liquid. THE IRISH MEASURE. AN AMBNOMKNT PROPOSED ON THI SEC OND KKADIXG To Sua» Um IUI u W*tkk» aid - Metttxrs Leaving for tk« Boitin n Pun —Tb« Qatan'i ILv«twftU— titatftl Foreap Dispatch«. "Loxncx, April 5.—The aecood reading ol the Irish crime» act amendment bill Iran formally raved is the Hoaae ii/ \nnuon thw alternoun by Mr J tifonr, bief Sao rttary l»r IrelanJ. Sir iendurd huauel. •on. iCiUdütoiiua) nieuiler É.-r the B*n bury d usioe of »»xulthùw wov*i au aaer Ii icntu> Ute ni u» th« effect that "i-he bill would, \ jftaaed, i îcreaf i tlw di»>r « in ItvUiZui iJ jjp i ibe l niou atnl l* Umpire, tu»' tlvrefore ahouKi ba rtjoctad.'' ' 'h Mou*e of OotuinoiM w p~actical!y Uliu< «. wtMk ib>liiljy, « mu» uetu lv .«. re pairii Tb» go\e.utu«iit iuaiat* U'ut debate od tlit lriih criminal law El4UU) i-IQ<SJM. Lu i aLtoJJ pWäMÜ, IUI will ]>iit}one tl.<* «ir uiion on the bUl tili tiie liUh in»!. Tue Can<**nrattre «bip* ictain ennu>;h member* to keep the majority se cure. in order to prevent a aurpnae. K»v(httuakm DumiX, April f». — lt w imported that e6.rtlKjuak .ti I at e occurred »t Aden. Manilla* I iU|>ro« lag. Ia'Nik».n, April S.— Ki-Necretary Mau mug coutume» to increase iu strength daily. Sh« l'ullnl Through. 1<4<NI<ON, Apr.I Â' Thrl/un<uofM««lMi is recruiting at Amsterdam Sbe haa un dergone a dangeiou* operation with the brat result*. Oueeu Vie'« Whereabout*. Can weh, April .V—A^ueen Victoria left here tor Aix-L«**Haina at M o'clock thi* evening. There *w an imiuenae crowd at the railway station to wit ne*« her depart ure. The Kngliah and Kreuch a^tiadron* lying here were illuminated in honor of the t^neen. BELLAIRK. ■ Henry liohl, ui Man«!!*, wa« tu the city yesterday. Mr. l.ippett Mitl Mit« Koa» Sonuelatrn will Im- married I hi* c*» muiK S|ianglet I'omI will chance off an elegant gold beaded («De at lu cru ta a ■ >■*»■■■• Kfv N. S. Iloqr hâa M» far recovered from hm lut«* tickutiM lo be aliout agaiu. Henry Smith, the upholsterer, will oc cupy a room lu 1-1 um llroa. ' ne* building. The Knight* of l.alwr and the gbiaa worker» are »"onteMing for a handaome »ilk flag. The temperance |>eople «ay they are not ou« whit litacooragwl aud will try it over again. AUiut $'iM,(MM) worth III' nul r*Ut* lia* changed h.iinl'. iu thin rity dnriug the pant week. A large atone lellop the f<*>l of Cbailaa Cruiliy ut Sullivuu A iiin«l>* mal hank and manlied it. Tliey want John Dunn to niUh f«ir lb« New Huven, Ct., eiltU. John »ill pi if ht- get* 11,MM). 'I he Miiutelimr Item-volent Society ha* 16 aack* of tloui to Im» distributed auiong the worthy poor Theftitloon men bate lieg.in brightening up their pliye* of bminevt. They feel Male for another year. Win. Schramm, for treasurer, lx«t hi* opponent 5-11 vole*. Frank William*. for clerk, rame ont t'.M votea ahead. There wraa a »lischt Are nt the power limine of the water work* about ait o'clock hut evening. I.itlle damage waa doue. Joa. White lut« itou« to l<*4Ven worth Kauaaa, to play hall, and <»co. Wutlak« ha* left .i»r Maiiatield, O., tin Ihe name mimioo. The 1'rincam will run lo Wh^eltugthia eveuing Ui atxom inndaU tin me who dear a to intend the "Uevil'a Atniiou" at lb« Ojnia Hou*« The large lump that ha* been growing on the cheek of Walter Cum plu-II, the glaa* worker, wax removed laut Saturday by l>r*. Writ and (!<«r. David Forhea, a pktmher, who mm em ployed lyr Jamen Fiitou, v»aa fiHiud dead dear the la< lory of Ihe Hellaire Nail Worka whither he had gone to du aouie work. The cauae aaalgUed in heart dineaae Mr. Fori** ww a thorough man at Lia bom mm. He moved here from MarietU about •ix üioutha ago. A wi/e and ait cbildreu mourn hi* demiae. WKMT Vf KU I NIA POLITIC». Nu«»« lit)Ii*r«d Vmm Uor# and Ttiera on Ik* PollUral Current. To (bf câurn* Itroiocrili we ««y: IVe n-nt tb«ï imiue of Hou. Wiu. I, Wilson •ml rrtir won! for it Iii« reraldtruut* will conic to taw and he frlad that Ihr way m opened Ui jret ont of a very disagreeable •Middle.—Hmtk Ii ram h Inh llufr hi rr. It the MueuK lleioocrat» iu Jtltirim county lie in the minority, m Um nomma lioü of Col. Heckwitb would ludicate, what eine can the kickers eipert Uuui that they will net up the plea, borrowed from the kicker*, that Iteckwitb wm not the rhoicc of the minority and Unit Iber «re uot bouud to aud will uot aopfort him; »up pose they would hhium, without reMoa though it »booId lie, that tl» iwxuinaitou wm corruptly or unfairly >*■< ui*d, what else ooald thaw calcitrant« «apart, than that they abould tarn upoc hin and da feat him aa did the kukera l.y the caacna ootoiuee "In the* casas, that we (tat teach bloody loatructiooa, which being taught, return to plague tlte inventor." We aioeerely Uuat however that tbM doc trine of diaarnauio, these uubaptiaed fan taaim, will not obUun in old Jeff moo. We hope that Mr. Hrckwitb. or the Demo cratic uomiuee, whoever he is, will ha elected by au overwhelming majority.— BrafUn Drmvcrwt. Tbe aoti-caocns members of the county convention - M they did aim in the eseca tive Cmaittoe-reAiMd to adopt a rtaola tion dedaiiog to lavar of Democratic piio ciploi and usages. Wbeoever a liemocratic meeting (uroa down expreasiooa of aa pure Democracy aa thnae were, it la time for tboae who hove tbe welfare of the party at heart to Uke alarm. Tboae prioriplaa should never ha laid aaide to sait the roo venieoce or support tbe vanity or gaio aa office for aay man or aay set of men. Kot it baa beea dose, and there are hraakan ahead for the Democratic party. Col. Beck with may go to the Legislators, bat be won't there aa the choice of • Democratic majority of Jefferson conatv. Notwitheennding that they «tamped the coaaty from one end to anothor, and fan ported spankers to place false faamea before the people, and notwitbotnnding they made ose of every Kick in politics and brought every possible influence to hear an votem, his friands cannot bnt foel mertifled «ban they reflect that ont of a Democratic vote of over 2,000 they coo Id seen» for thsér candidate bat a beggarly 8fl. What n glerion* endorsement this UT Tbe gallant (Mom! will donbtiam make Urn Mi of it, bnt be enn't brag mnch on such m ' 'endorsement. —Skcykt rdMim Rtfider. Casgfcs as* Haasaansss Tis trrtmtiu whtob Induces wagbla« tmaMdiaietr mMi ' ' by nsasf ^'* JunrOtof l>s«**" • boxes.