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A NEW BRAISER CHAMPION
Corbett Will Now Try His Luck on the Stage. WILL NOT FIGHT PETER JACKSON Sullivan Tries to Drown His Woes in Drink. Be Admit* tils Defeat, But Talk* Boozily About Fighting Corbett Alone in Room--Desei-t«>«t by All Save a F« Faithful Friends—Corbett Will flo l'i the Stage J Spa-eiat Dr:i New Orleans. La., Sept S.—Corbett was a big ovation to-night at the Oram) House, where he played in "After " He was followed ail, about ft Park. to-day. wherever he went, by an immense mob of men and boys who applauded him and broke out into frequent • Hurrah for Jim." lie visited the Southern Athletic Club in the morning, where lie thanked the members for the kindness they had ■how him. He also took advantage of the big tank of the club to enloy the luxury "1 a bath. From the club bouse he went to the newspaper offices, where he shook hands all •mil and thanked every Corbett shows but few marks of the fight. A black spot about us big as a dime pear his left eye marks where .Sullivan got f his few face blows. Corbett's right hand is very much swollen ami be is enable to use it ut all. In CORBETT Hl'RAINED HIS WRIST. "I got it in the last round." lie said. •'and l think the last blow 1 was «leterinincd to knock Sulliv then und usoii all my force. My right I landed too hard ami 1 have sprained it. I I came very near knocking Hullivan ...ut iu the eighth round. He was groggy, ami I Wont in to finish him and had forced to the ropes when the bell saved him. If I had had a minute longer I could have finished him th«-n. the next round little longer for a don't think Sulliv; second round ami l! gave him. wanted to rest would not let him ami them up. He bit me the shoulder; so strange them. It lookeil j If«' had rue. by d I «li'termined better opportunity. I was himself after the smash on the nose I decidedly all thu He w; •«•ak. 11 um. inn 1 m\'hebn<di ?Jf liis blows i I could not • 1 igh ho \va EAStKIl TITAN "What «I«. V« pared with .lack "Jackson gave i busy all the ti the think « .f asked. urder icht. II kept rest when hé Is have a breathing spell, beginning "I naturally hav Orleans. I hav here. I g< pugilistic ladder here" w •. The g. Yci It is all light fr« J f. New i ■ n the Ocl Kil ai u and I have J 1 « the ladder. I shall a Orleans pleasantly f. cause of the klndii but I shall probably time. her New •«•j ved here, for a lo n 1 not going to give prize lighting t thought for a full year. I some money now remember one of you gen he continue«!, turning to a I was cut out for the try it in my will be a it. and have some ae talking to do. There i> a pugilist in his training quarters. I going to reproduce the sc und I like th«.* «Irani! ;w play.. 1 i success. 1 a: the hero ii exactly us Olympic Club las details. I hav offers; and 1 believe that 1 e; the business, and i which 1 need at glit, oxceilc* do weil ; est. 1 which I want. <» OFFERS. Corbett was in receipt of several hundred telegrams, congratulating him «s, from most of the supporting ... . 1 pugilists in the country, and nota few theatrical men offering him engagements, Among the offers were one of r2,-*b0 for a week's engagement at Chicago; ? 2 ,'jn 0 fr Nixon and /.imrnerman for a week »en gagement at the Academy of Musk-, l'bila delphia; Î2 ,*fhi for a week at Brooklyn, £2,800 at Boston; «3 ,. mi a t New Yo'rk; $2,000 at Baltimore; $5.nno in California: $ 2 .)Xj 0 at Providence; 8 1 , and Hartford Rochester, Buffalo, Albany i He was also offered $ Chicago. er cent of ull profits sis name for a sal« :he World's Fai risks, laloon bis I 1 similar offers fro 1 Pittsburg. «tatue oil ere«I . all. r tite us«; « entrance ot bicago, he to take •J a similar offer came from a Broadwuy, New York. r BBKEPTT FOR Corbett's offer to give Sullivun a benefit « He will give desigi qnare Gar«h? tlie 17th. any city tin- ex ehain •s, preferably , New York, : Mitdisi re Snlhv 'orbett will give hi yet known wheth fier. H •ill ne tsept Cork he will not accept, as he money. friends sav tin :od the Delaney, Corbett's Corbett could •(»oner, but he per jg he did "i ted -•«'»ml. said thut ' hed Sullivan want him . ., there was no i... John L. Sullivan winning th: there is only due lasted as long as it did. mixed with the Boston the first been Sulliv; to keep him l'rom'it, a desire to show the more ehr !<• of light th: «»f r bei uf the "It w: ■ efforts that the b: Jim could hav«; . d the «»rk illetl with •r "f this people win do. >ve that at «»ne time bet wee was compelled t«» stop f: lances, ami my expostulations bor* fruit ultimately. ■ «i the I prufem-d ot "All this talk «*f Sulliv. * condition is being i tre bosh. Y say I h: 1 in a position :o that « * bett will averse und besides all of I do not w: him . As for Charley Mitchell's i halk-tu Corbett will p: he consider Ho has engugème talk about lighting until these art celed." Corbett himself said nothing a!. - Jackson matter, but lie spuk« barlie Mitchell. !!«• • opinion that Mitchell's lor the puri l.e . uttenti- to nil : 1 will 1 : the •xpres-.-.l ti 11 « -r of advcrtishig him -'.-It" Bob Fitzsimmons weight, w: fight and very «hampioii ni-ldh I belt's fighting. lo the fiv hud ] and particularly i that if < 'orbett w« •laimed himself i; pi: the , which he b«ji possible. In* being a strong back« to do this _ ... challenging Corbett was Jimmie Carroll's 1 says that all tall S I'LL I VA A r. /> r flie Kx-C'1iiimpi Fighting < <»rh«-t t Talks Itno/.it.r Atnmt RKW together with his seconds, left tin- Olympic t'lut alter tho crowd lm«t tiisapp«*! to the co streets, where they left th waiketl t«» the < '«»mi the St. < harles, champion's rooms, in the best of all visitors ; vichy. At ft ■■'«•lock pugilist express«*«] a «i nis friends, with th and Jack Ashu the room. They did • luter .Sullivi 1.4.. S-pt. nul The pari « 1 t in-: -l «trank ! ûullivan awoke at noon. A oou as , ■ t called f..r til«; jap, his valet. His j breakfast was served about J o'clock, but I a could "l can't Chew." he said. The fact Was that liis mouth is so badly swollen that all clu-wiug is, for a time, at lcust, question. I 1'., in to «ui to if the the . I.unnon came i at this time and asked SiriHv: •It how he felt. The reply was: : mentally. I did and it will take soiiio time for over last night's result." to get It transpires that Sullivan after his de feat la gan undoing all the careful work of training which be been «loing f chaz ' 1 bis trainers have >'«*eks past. Defeat and •oupled with tin* absence then of motive for further training doubtless led the man to resume his convivial habits. were drinking. .■»mine, as could be seen, f notations. When lie rnmg ho was taken over t<> the Gymnastic Club and there be was kept until th«- time when lie should with his people to tho ard journey was to begin ut 8.30. ni. your correspondent found attired in bathing trunks and ay ii plunge in t presented a pitiable spectacle, bis nose bail been closed, but Others about him then that Sullivi No nd deep sleep Ibis wes -.the result •uk.-tn-I this ■fi liich \t I p. Sullivi • poo!. The The < the ev blackened, the whole face the swollen jrriblv. > as a deep cut, still open, i whitening edges. The surfaces «if the dis tended lips at the center had been literally bis teeth bv Corbett's 1er more an. who tlio lower lip left side 1 with blows. To spread forth all Sullivi would edify ho one ami only pitiable the plight of the through twelve yours has beer He said that wliicli i .shipped 11 *-" Sullivi hat he i'ghtning t; sober quiet he would not which in bis pro; : • 1 as Ids deli her: the fact •ach » 'orbett; the shifty .f tin* new champion n. The Cali md kept Sulli «■ircling in order to face hint. The fre «locnf whirling, the whirl of the lights ami the uia/v swimming of tlioiisamDof white aces banked up on nil sides all confuse ami daze the big Ho had never been so The se , Hash-like science of tho relation to Sulliv; ,'oiild •i roled th h who in Thet dd P* cur* «Jilt er*' hat confronted Sulliv; ditio Hy - : < sobbed. "Lock ns.Tj ju<t lock with him i lo with him." •'light«« hieli lie held ln*twe< bleu cigi the ; •t: In- il k.- I In; «lid; at." In; he licked in«-. : blurted. T > bit I all the c In ants. He licked .ugh, but :«. throiiuh what I old. I : !. i b knock email !.. than ' 1 id. Ih ■ fatliiT ami I. Ï do.'^Y« ? he's «• Hier >!-li 2 1 lie«;«-1 the champio 1 as 1 lid, that sail. Aud so he rambled . After awhile he w«* 1 fell kicking." m, did the «Ideated the elub hou.v. I sleep. Ami ho\v differ«. the uttenti . nirly be; all his 3 paid him tie lay. Hi ds : 1 call. Hue d ; • at liis bm-k Hew to «1 wish. T kindly beurteil -tr. s b'niiling alone among at the cl Hands ! «. as about the I; onlv • of the 8u ding to the . •I uiupiou. t the bath department ared at tin- unsteuily lighter tin- batiis in his hatb til.* club I. lie s »Iled ab. ing trunks. Hew. .•ally in keeping hen Ip! should be gotten . Wake'v and Jo , . ", the Ii : .Mori •re blocks : the hotels, v bile faithful I Mill packing up lor the journey, as drinking i d at nciaipatu the bar T ims go tho shifting fortunes of P"g Kx < hampioii John 1.. Sullivan left the Charles Hotel at 7 1> this evening, Yuri He w pasii*'d by pretty i I of bis friends. Murphy went i told him to g« t : :.« all dav; hud m. 7. in •■llami p to Sullivan's o go. ulv : v t im«'. Dan. !.. f«;\ l-'r: M M< an. I'iiil C; 1 the I : «I Sulliv: «• ah g.' John lose • wed Frank M» I loll« or. Near the head of the at bereit half a «lo/.eti of tin - 1 .« thr Igll lb. 1. ( »ne tl.ev their hum with a •< fellow w (lift« « I bv. Mr. .-«liiiv; pretty full, but i The big Ihu d hands were id Milliviii hand, lu* e U thu s »arsuly; then. 1. -God hies. He irs leani M. • Thu pi . _ *ru whirled rapidly depot, where a UJ the •u great .Sullivi » the ow«l had gathered. At pul!«-d til«* • a rousing .w«i, the engine puffed, I'.hn !.. had shaken the dust of New cl. «'AT I fro '» Ala., Sept. 9.—The 1 hD •eiiil train <-< » r Corbett irit'lid- '« ft New »'cb'ie.k this g for Binuingiu , Ala. The Lu M«»l "tie. Win vas readied hoard of the trai beds. An innn ■••!rly all the rare still !• ■n thrum »und the trai ami shout«*« f-»r Curb» .'orld until the new champii ii <-d to cet, up, dross If at the door. This of sh« hin ! u buffet Pullman ear, Corbett's special in i<; road, id it Iv fast, as the s cert: • rate of les tu 40 minutes, rlier«* they had ti through vill:ig«.-:i at the rate "f mile a finding the si j t » •. There W« a»l'.*along the I« «1 t-» ttik« ill I : and pulled up a the tr >y the r-.-'ts, with t ope 1 « "Bon plan ! of r* still north with him * :: i -•i-ssful trip. I. H:* T'her«; i.; a banner ,tn st'le of tin; cur 1 ■««aril i ..'-'t i pt ion i.eo mi:. j raac.lie.l -Corbett ig. His i e of inn II«* n a fiat reccpii j iii"l ! with 1 > »iv, his sparring .- Upcru ; r, at U ilri «»dations for l.bOO couhl •i dtsap The F"'i dm turnultu 1 V boxed «•i . «Is. Ui »••«• i à wolle he is ca yot, S« ful wi h the ( EE It ED. « M». .* a Corbett, thu champiou pugilist, Jan J iront New Orleans tn^Nelv Vwfu. it w£ a passenger on train No. It :'.«• cxpniss ! dut; hcr** ; hue hu ll..'ll a. iu. minutes late. It cor vas drawn by hierum Corbett, his wife, his barkers priste light and bis attendants I .-cujiied a luxuriously fnmi-diod vestibule I Pullman car at the end <>f the train. On I I .nil Mill Uf i of the world." hong before the time f< rive many people we 1'., \V. it 15. railroad been there since earlv in the morning, they having ex pec ten that the lighter would go through at 10. Oô o'clock. The oug increased rapidlv and when the train entered the city the gathering hero«l from f»00 to 800. All the spaco on the north aide of tin.* tracks from tin? sta tion shed to the west side of French street vttpied and there were nmmrous the south side of the trucks. indi anpeured beyond . there was a rush for the tracks and the crowd could be force«! from them only with the g routes diilieulty. Ref.ire t he I rain stooped people began to clamber upon the platforms of Corbett's ear. hie «lours in their faces and they were nut permitted to enter. fine individual attempted window of the «-nr. but did not Many of thus «ui their liant!» : to tlie half a dozen police officers weie present, and they bud as much as they could d keep peuple out of dancer when the Corbett si i when vidual got .• N... : till! the r**c ir the train to nr- I Hssemhlf.l at the lion. Homo hud spectators •Tiere she ct vidual when the Market .street. Instantly !(1 slummed the south side got down 1 knees and crawled th side. Detective .1 •» and the north side of the teitoil ami profs the forward plait a-, Corbett, if I g«-l off' ,ie uml shake my hand," the pugilist stepped out in the vestibule. In stantly the scrowd surged around the nlut the pressed forward yelled, "1' until v ! lome endeavored t«> •Ives from the throng, .as hurt it i I That m miracle. Corbett si almost i ok hands with about o tlnsir c doze 1 i •.-pom ions be sabla lev •«ini* ler *. To a distti !C<ignized he waived his h: •ailed ami wore bis hair pompa a visible scratch upon •e Wll h was ban tir. Therew: I : .'luained at a stnmlstill ihre«» «' s und during that time lie smiled liis a eontiniiouslv. u is boyish I a black jers.'V. all iiiidg«-. irï t geutlemanlv. «■oh ■d • < >n the lapel ««Mi The ct l. d hiil hiv agu cheered Mrs. •tt amlshc v smiling and ikcrcJiief. was here 1,000 people we led elding and resj iving her Ii: WT.ilctV.rb« in.' railroa-1 at On? o catch a glimpse of him. EIGHT WEHE KILLED. A Terrible A«-« ltntlroiMl at Wes the Fitchburg < uinhrhlge .1 nnrtlon, on. Mass : ept. 11.—In the terrible •Iiluirg ikiilroud ai West on last night, eight pen o death ami thirty three «.f them, at •er of the west the I pie others - le: . fat «Il y. in- e I <1 Erie freight train, running 20 miles hour, failed by tlie re: rain lying the di •r signal £ the «•st-bound 11 .« j'rM ; T he freight loo k : West fan; bridge .1 bed i the ear, splitting it : ,•<» sides of the telescoped c fell outward. The c: de l w it b people,and they w «1 crushed : The freight eng «ground l scalded. It Tbetr; ITie passen; was properlv flagged, the «•; without injury. . excepting the re As .« once a wild rush to get n Frantic a purposeless manner shriek ing aud gn ing. I'll as th«- crash e: th* as at of 111 .'cars . be«l a! W'bu the M: «1 ' the vicinity gut bered with s prising rapidity. All ah peopl.î g the do. But « langi-r (levelopcil. Flames began to 1 a the wrecked freight ears. the fir«* bells were hurriedly « depart tue 'um bridge responded promptly out the 11; »Hier source of fron alarms 1 tin- whole When. as. i ved the t 1 the as quickly cleure.l ■ 1 o'clock the passenger, minus thu uTics, continued on its v . The work of clearing • debris was pushed vig» tisiy all igbt 1 I »y U.»i botli tracks had been elc; ; siiilieieutly to all that had aeciiinulate«l at,that point to pass. erdtie freight train HEAT AM Almost Mmlo l»y Flying '-l>ringlkeM. HA», Mas-., Sept. 9.—An ther day of record sma-liing 1mspassed ing. A. A. Zimmerman again distinguished himself, he shared his laurels with \V. W. tic, the fast Mill! SIMM! into the history of hicycl«* I» rider. Zimmerman first started to beat the «tting record "f Nancy Hanks with a living start. He did not s established a bieveli Wind! •ied tin* living start half 1.U0 1-5. >r lowered Zimmer ;xt aking it i au'.s Hying mile to 2.9» 1-5. Jersey rider Hanks a second time* eclipsing her a régulât!« •us then aft \ tide 1-5 «»f About 2 feat and .second. Hi» time was r- witm-.-sed the wild when the re •arly w • suit was announced. Sr. I'm has broken the M., Mi «.v.. Sept. 7. • Ni 1.1 s tr. track. ial laut ly sh«; sh«. around tlio course h«-r owner. Rinl«i Doble. «le t he tale l-a s her groi '' 1er th daiun-d in.-.t phe 2.117 Hi pretty a« I covered the mile i who of the performance ■t tiieir «ligni ■ r lb«? ti •w h: a •• gave «-X . . .. mis lo the unie that Nancy o th l d«» better tli: r j;o bets w could MINIS rORVF.R | This r - "try Take u a «t on of Alber United States "Minister to Italy. Washing •nient contai tied i ». -The . 7?<*pt th«« .-abie ' sage fn K A i!l fiicial p.-r !• ■ in -, it tho re j lied. 1 has li.*«* Mr. F time th.-. i uily :n i, int-» th« history «<l happi - -mil dilll-Miltii-.ï ation witnout any sug as dm; tho e whi!-; he was United S: Italy. 'une Mr. Foiter n turm d a«- after a prolong' d ab.-» m-e. ■cal! -d i tied by the Fa v a it I ate l hat he tender his resignati" :«1 that, this! of Fr.-d-l.ait Ha j ! -' "f U»'-' -Ï-;, » . * vefificttti'JU n W ashiugtou. TRACY WILL TACKLE NEW YORK .mania her un«l Footer for Iteapiiointme 'fltfil Though They Are Not Uotvn | ill the F.vo llopuk of SuceesH Now York World. President Harri! latest informatlol ofHur-j , according to the Washington, •mbers of his f: make the cabinet do their share towards rc-clect ing him. At least six ot the eight cahi net officers, it was said at the Ropubli headquarters yesterday, will go the stump in a short time to shout f their chief, Tho names of tho six execu tive advisers who arc to he turned loose the country aie Secretary of the Treasury Charles Foster, Secretary of War Stephen 1». Likins, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin F. Tracy, Secretary of Agriculture .J. M. Husk, Secretary of tho Interior John W. Noble and Attor ney-general William Henry Harrison Miller. Postmaster-general Wanamaker and Secretary "f State John W. Foster, it is understood, will not take the stump. Both, according to report, will bo retired to private life "ii the 4th of next March whether Mr, Harrison is ru-elcoted not. The others, however, are looking forward to being reappointed i event of Mr. Harrison s success, and they are naturally anxious to pull him through. till! It i lerstood that the six cabinet officers named will place themselves in thc-hands of the Speakers' Bureau at Ku publlcan headquarters and go wherever they are sent. Klkins will probably speak in West Virginia and tlio ttoutli. ft is not likely that lie will bo brought to this State in view of the strained rela tions reported to exist between him and Mr. Platt. Secretary Tracy is booked a few speeches in N -w York and it is said that ho will also speak i Km-,land. Rusk, Miller and Noble will woo the voters of the West. Secretary r will talk in Ohio and New York. Chris Magee, of Pittsburg, lias been in Alabama for the past fortnight representative of tlm Republics tional Committee. Yesterday the fol lowing letter from Alabama, given out by Chairman Carter's press bureau, is written by Mr. to Alabama lia- been kept secret, but the letter oreilitcd to him indicates that the Re publican managers M-riously intend to nuke a light in that av. The writer of the letter rufe gani/.ed Dein«* Alabani! that intiinidati f< New Fo Na Mag . Mr. Magee' , as practiced i and charges of colored voters is Li-m-ial iu that state. He says that Kolb's known majority among the whites in the recent gubernatorial race l bis colored majority, 20 , 01 ) 0 , the latter of which, he sa vs s. The fil.OOO White Votes No l that 95 per cent of the colored vote will be cast for Harri dud« 'S in this style: :u people will make I iu this district s a total votu of •17,000, will get 80,oiM signatures to a petition which wili !»«• laid before the 1'niti'd Stat«;s district judge for the placing of three deputy United States .-dials at each polling place. Thu signatures to this petition will include the white followiug of Kolb and all the n* • i > voters. This will be done through out the entire state and will give the !'« «pie's party candidate and President Harrison the electoral v «to. Thu Alliance iu this state has 33,000 bitterly oppose«! s "thievery, •as fi 1,000 . Will go to We vcinber, he say The letter c Alii) active campaign, alone, where there TI durs who i • * Clevcl: d. With tin s«- fifi.000 Votes Weaver and Fields and almof 1 <10,000 f< • that the Detmtcraticdownfall will >f tliu alphabetical li.-i. With Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina,»South'Carolina, Florida, Texas and Tennessee s begin at the head • to be lost to him. un inn i: t t rixa. Dark ('«Miiiiiishi« ami Noith Shit« I ni pro veinent I'riqilu Mi:«*( »liimliij- '* Conrtineii Members «-f tlie Dark * 'ommission, l.iwy ■art's briilge sii«- committee, ami otb« r e nortln'm approaches. f citizens met a tin; proposeii on Momiay in order t«» «seertain information as to tin* plans uf boulevard pavement, as to who will be responsible i<»r them, and als.» that tlie bevy Court, the North »Shin s« • Dark Conniii.- •:« «it«« mutual ward will touch the tin* lines of the bo briilge approaches. The members <d the Park Commission f City Council N. Dennis .1. Menton, George W. , 'William I*. Bancroft, tie , Chief Engineer Harry Palmer, Park Can by. Lev Committee prc-auit were t 'bainn: i'. ilutehisou, liii-lia« - ! Biiekingln: W. .lolls, >Sainiul Ki.lgore, Isaac N.Grubb, Henry D. Alvan Morrison of the I'claw: st ruction represented the Delaware striictinn Company, the eontracioi Tin n* Preside Bt : ..b.lin for thu as Tat null •>! Hawkins , was the only representative present >! the North Side improvement Company. lerbriish and trees in the line c*f •uet aud the boiilevurd had afford to the spec •w bridge. Tin Wushingt «I..W Ij.'uii e •s u full view of the in * uf the enterpris«*. Tin will bo ahu aihvay of the bridge •'» f«'«'t above the grade "f the uf Fourteenth «1 Washing De is J. Menton, speaking for the Bark Mi information s "f the parties pro • boulevard as wont to the inteiiiimi: lid enable <» make the asked fur •us of road bed through the park proper 1« « Hutchison « invited Engineer Morriso the «•"! 1 Fhai Collllll) >f the Lew < ' j explain the d«;tail-. It was show at the :h rights as would ! enable them t « * place the approaches ot the i«lg«* in their central line fn of Wushingt« south side of the creel The «•« the is tin* bridge üiiallineof the boiilevurd. cl hern approach rights would include 19U feel—-ti' Die t*i lor Wushingt ■ boulevard. Tins latu-r would be tlie park concession, as the former is alt cad v « it v property. Mr. "1. ' " ' nutboritively for the North SMeJm directors. But he I'M« f all said he couM >t speak prove* JcrstainlM that that the UU In Mr. Bates thought i would be utfimtut i -ell to regard to • "1 the road through I In- purk, win» will be responsible for its the u: Mr. usk«*«l that the North Side ' lllll •ni ( oinpany send a eoiiimuni • nark «•-Immission O iv- » 111 (i ! tin; :. a p«j: the m: Mr. Bu- h whet lier ill be lire brick paved, how ii will the boulevard 1, Tin- pa ilh Mr. si<uters then • presidi lit and 1 >« ;:ui , 1 . . Mr B« M a-1«* t lie ' «|UO.-t|ol aiigt-d tliut 11,i M. « . by, Wil M !: :i' r " ami the N,-rt! gard t-» paving the t»oule ir I. Register ('obpiho! : the »*.'! e;.d • lav. repo !" -rt: than for the si 12 births and 7 marri; Saturday, Auctioneer W. A. If tiki .1 sold the property ol Isaac ami Fhoel «leot-asc'l. consisting of a In l«*is, ou Carier street,to Thumaa T. Woldm for $ü,312.j0. EVICTIONS IX ICELAND. now it Chief Secretary Worley C Ho London, Sept. 9.—Among the first fruit s of Chief Secretary Morley'n pres to iu Ireland is the release of who had been imprisoned for contempt of court by defying the decision of a judge on a question of eviction. Mr. Morley has gono the whole length the law allows him in releasing this pris oner. Asked if lie would refuse to aid the police iu cITccting evictions in Ire land, Mr. Mot ley said that ho had boon warned that lie was hound by law to assent to ofllcura assisting a sheriff in carying out evictions, if he refused to give such assent, then the Irish U nionists would indict him for a broach of the law. The convention of the Trades Con gress, now in session at Glasgow, is tho biggest meeting that that body has ever held. There are in attendance 459 dele gates, representing 1,219,034 members. The convention is attracting little in terest, ami much of the proceedings verge Mr. Wilfl; the farcical. A noted delegate, Abraham, a working col lier aud copper smelter of Wales, who represents Hlumdda in the House of t'ominous, volunteered to relieve tho dullness of the debate at sions hy singing a song. The offer wi grasped by the wearied delegates, amid loud acclaims, Mr. Abraham, is a Welsh "Bard," and is commonly known in his constituency by his Hard name, "Mahon," rendered with good effect in the Welsh tongue "The Men of Harlech." Tills innovation in the pro ceedings was a great success, the hers of til«' Congress enthusiastically applauding the vocalistic efforts of Mr. Abraham and vociferously demanding an encore. Tho political intluence ac corded the Congress seems to be lessen ing. • of the bub* i, , wli ! i'li** failure of tlio House and Land Investment Trust, Limited, announced part of a series of gigantic bank and buihliug suspensions volving liabilities approximating £0,090,000. Thu first failure- announce«! this series was that of tliu London and General Land, Limited, the next that of the Liberal Fermane.it Building and Investment Society, tlio suspension of the II« In vestment Trust. The nominal capital of each of these concerns «lues resent anything approaching the liabili ties. The money which they chiefly «lue to depositors ami ii who hud been induced tlio affairs of the cone to-day, i | J •t r«p rnstors, participate iu ;riis by the allur ing high rate of interest which they offered. The liabilities of the Loudon and General Bank are roughly estimated T the Liberal 1 tlli'iS«' of t lus and Land Tru>t at $2,000,000. Another great buiMing and bank society is involved in serious fin: c.ial ditficulties, but its suspension has not yet been announced. The collapse of this concern will shake the whole building society sys tem in Great Britain. A run occurred to-day on the oldest and most prominent hank in London, the Associated Work 's Building Fund. The suspension must also affect tlio general financial position. It is a singular fact that the crisis causes no panic or scare. The limited building bank investors are all small capitalists, whoso life savings are 'ay, or arc imperiled, by tho faillira of tho concerns to which they have entrusted their money. The losses which led to the suspensions are chiefly traceable to injudicious shrinkage in land blocks. Ho far, no suspicion of malversation attaches to the directors of any of the ruined companies, although tli«' shareholders charge them with con cealing the true position of the institu tions. Thus a shareholder in the house istment trust, after re peated applications to be allowed to withdraw his money, to-day got a circu lar dated September fid, announcing the trust's suspension. Although haute finance in the meantime Is unaffected, the widespread ruin brought on smull investors by Hies«! disasters must ! a strain upon the big bank . noral Andi'r.-on, of Giucinunti, <)., ie lying critically ill at Lucerne, lie is an internal tumor. Ills , second secretary of London,has the general's be«! igbt be with him in the event of a fatal at £ 1 , 000 , 000 ; Society at. £2,000,000, lions and land' i , bar/. Anders the American Leg been summoned t side, so that lc his last moments i termination <>f liis illness. Mr. (ilft.lst idrees, which was read before the Oriental tiongress in this city, lias been hailed us a wondrous proof of the new Premier's e ;rgy and industry. The manuscript covers 8,000 ■*ords, all iu his own writing. Every extract and reference* contained in the address was made by himself, and the address was chiutly compiled during the progress of tlie late general election. The race week at Doncaster, which includes the great St. Leger stakes, lacked its usual social brilliancy. Many of the leading country families were absent, or were only thinly repre sented. The largest party which at tended the meeting was that of the Duke of Portland, ut Wclbock Abbey. It included tlie Duke of Cambridge, the Duke of Westminster, the Duke of Beaufort, Earl ami Countess Cudogan, the Earl of Enniskillen ami Lord Ran dolph Churchill. The party of Lord Houghton, at Frystou Hall, comprised the Duke of Devonshire, the Duke and Duchess of Montrose, the Marquis and Marchioness of Londonderry and the Earl of Chestei field. The Duke of Connaught nnd Prince Iktirv of Battenburg shot five stags i one day recently while stalking iu th Queen's Forest. i'hu Queen will present a unique wed ding present to Princess Marie, daughter of the Duke of Edinburg, on the occa sion of her marriage iu October to Prince Ferdinand, thu heir apparent to the throne «*f Roumania. The gift is a ire barge fashioned in the form of •nil. The neck aud head form tho prow, which is 18 feet in height. The body forms the cabin, and the feet employed in propelling the beautiful craft. Dr. Pierson of Philadelphia, who offi ciated in .Mr. Spurgeon's pulpit in the Metropolitan Tubernaclo during the latter's final illness und who later acted the same capacity, lias been finally ■.pted as tlie permuncut suce« Mr. Spurgeon. Dr. Pierson will ass his duties in the tabernacle on the first day of January, 1893, ol DuralyslH, Ploas *r to Chostor Ti William Maxwell' «jf Stanton, Del., was stricken with paralysis last night at the residence <»f his of 231 Falters . struct, this city, did not rally, and expired short time afterwards. lie a very F< SeiiHickii«-«is F: HorsToriTs Acid I'hosplmto. Dr. W. W. Blackman, Brooklyn, V Y.. says •Ii pleased with it in seasick brought to led prompt and vend cases have where it all ■ relief.' The steamer Tidi ly evening ired uj t-» Homestead with j Sat u r hll«' In Hirne« for tlie storm in Chicago, .Saturday ;k the house of î I y burning his two evening, lightning s George S. liune, t.itu boys, agcil -s and If yet ing together. , who were sleep IT SUGGESTS NO RELIEF. Mr. Bayard Gives His Opinion of President Harrison's Lettei. "I Can Discover No Word That Suggests tlio Slightest Amelioration tliu American People F l'rf«ent Kxrennlvo Taxntlon, Except I'vrhupH When Mo 1'rulse* the l.tttln (•hnlet-hnles ltored by Air. Itlftlno the Nacred Tarlir." Relief of Their Now York World. Wilmington, Del., Sept. 8.— To the editor of the World. —Sin: Complying with your requost for a comment on the letter of acceptance of President Ilarri , I can only say that from its first dlscoyer no word that suggests the Bliglit relief of the American people from their pres ent excessive taxation, except perhaps when ho praises the little gimlet-holes bored by Mr. Blaine in the sacred tariff of McKinley, which lets in and out a feeble trickle of reciprocal relief thirsty commerce. There is not a bur densome tax upon productive industry which lie proposes to lighten, nor the weight of which ho desires to equally distributed. Tlioro i obscurity or complexity in such cases that distresses und embarrasses impor ters and puzzles courts and counsel for Which he proposes a remedy. To the amount of tax that reaches tho public treasury ho seems whololy indifferent, but tho advantages and profits of pro tection to its special beneficiaries he «lilatos upon with rapture and prophe sies their abundantine The toiling fnrinor who produces tho bulk of line to its last l est amelioration in «ri exports, tlio great army of un pro ten tod consumers, in whose'id creased cost of living the tariff and all other taxes ara mingled, cannot find * cold word «»f passing consider ation and hopeful promise in this doe *nt of self and party congratulati« uml commendation. Never did a paper unconsciously t story «if its was only the advocate live of a combinat! ! favored bv 1: plainly the writer foil tlio id that it's author l ropr«'.M-ii la uf classes unjustly ', who had advanced him power for their own profit and natu J rally dosiratl its continuum* I «lo not find anywhere in this letter the hem'volent and dignified tone befit who holds the high office of great family of republics, whose citizens «jf all parties ids fellow-countrymen, aud equally to lie credited with a desire for its wel fare, ami therefore entitled to his re spect. But I find it rather the letter of a partisan, full of carping criticisms, orthy ami gross misrepresenta tions of the political opinions poses of pic of the United States, sharp impeachments of motives; appeals to thu selfishness of class interests and party prejudices, and , by the Amcriei •tnory <*f the events of the last three years, and be unmindful that decisive popular mdoreil than against the obnoxious l policies with which s identified, and r seeks unqualifiedly to re msify, than w by the election of 1890 ; emphasized iu November, 1892. T. F. Baya ut». I ting a t'liief Magistrate of 1 I •e than -half of the pela it abounds in thu posses l-L-'P««' Of •«•rdicl was his administruti« which ho recorded I will bo FVNKItAL OF n illTTIF.R. Throngs C.ither •i«i««t A mes lui r v Sail Tribute :hy, Mass., Sept. 10.—This as thronged to-day with ' 1 near Amf.s quiet tow those who gathered fr« to gaze for a last time up of the dead poet, John Gracnleaf Whit tier, far til.' f.'i 1 pay the Inst tribute of respect tlie patriot bard, honored by life and mourned by a nation a nation i in death. All mast ated with emblems «*f mourning. The re,mains of tlie departed poet, encased rich broadcloth casket and sur rounded with beautiful fioral tributes, lay in state in the parlor of his lute Friend street, fr. the city flags 1 public buildings • at half ml* decor !. 10 a. . to During that time thousands passed in «11 glance at the calm, peaceful fac«« of the bad furnished them tion and hope. At 2.30 were held i the house. T here, was a larg ance. The Quak used,i Woet singer who much of inspira 'clock the funeral services tho garden i attend : accord mice with the requost of the deceased. The lute the Friends' sorti f the Uni« tory at Bartlott's Corner. Floral tributes were received from all over the country, many <»f the pieces being very elaborate. Among the prominent people present were: Oliver Wendell Holmes, Congress man William Cogswell, ex-Gov. William Olaflin, the Rev. Anson Titus, f<>r M-ly pastor of the Church, Amcsbury, John W. Hutchins« liis sister, York; Universalist iv at Natick; .. ..f Lynn, and Mrs. Ludlow Fatten of C. Steadman of New York; Warden F. C. Lovering of tlio Massachusetts State prison; Mrs. Harriet Prescott SpolTord; Francis J. Garrison, son of William Lloyd Garri ; 11. O. Houghton, of Houghton, Mifllln «fc Co., Boston; Edward L. Fierce and wife; Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward; Horace E. Sembler; J. C. Frank lin; General O. O. Howard; Miss Edna Dean Proctor; Colonel Thomas We worth Iligginson; James Forbes; Mrs. Harriett McElwyn Kimball. The Haverhill city government was present in n body, coming train. The Loyal Legion of the United States was represented by a delegation of 10 members. The Whittier Club of Haverhill and several other organizations were present. Telegrams and letters were from a number of distinguished people, expressing sympathy ana grief. Among the latter were messages from James G. Blaine, Frederick Douglass, ex-Governor John D. Long, Hon. R. T. Davis and Alfred II. Love. Business in the town was suspended through«mt the afternoon, the factories being shut down and the stores closed. Mr. F. J. Harrison had charge of th«* obsequies. New E. fiai ?!> Graiul Army Receptions. The commanders of the Delaware posts of the G been invited to ; iugP.ii, D. c„ I Army of the Republic •mi receptions in Wasli s follows: riejitc'inber filth. 11.31.1 p. hi., by tue ladies citi niniilt«'«*, a national authorized by Congress, iu the rotuiula of th»-Capitol; s«-pi ei über 2'»th, fr« D.3<t p. m., by Mrs. John A. bog:..., ... •ueet tin* John A. Logan posts of tin* Foiled States and the <1. A. R. aud the Woman's R«*lief Corps uf Illinois, at Thir teenth nnd Clifton .streets; »Septem her 22d, at 8.30 ]>. ni., by Miss Clara Barton, at. Ueti •ail-piarters, .Seventeenth and F to Xlm ilci-i-ii Ills Y PiTTsiicna, Sept-. 5». —Frank Garvin, a art ist. aged 23 years, shot his wif«-. t ora, through the heart, about to-day at their home iu Allegheny. The couple were married lust Tuesday and the « aus«; of the deed is supp«»seil to have been insane jealousy. Mrs. Garvin age and very pret ty. She was a daughter of i'admer Rodpath of Chicago, a former of this city, •wspaper i î here only yi storday morniug. The murderer i jail. I c; What is gg g g y ESS & £ HH Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It Is for rnregorie, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use hy Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation aud flatulency. Castoria assimilates tlio food, regulates tlio stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas» toria is tlio Children's Panacea—tho Mother's Prlcud. harmless substitute Castoria. Castoria. * Castoria 1» an excellent medicine for chll Castnria Is so well adapt<-<1 to children that dren. Mothers have repeatedly told mo of its good effect upon their eliildrou." I recomiiienil it uasuperiortoauy proscription known to me." It. A. Aroitkr, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. N. Y. Da. 0. C. Oaooon, Lowell, Muss. " Our physicians iu tho children's depart ment have tqtoken highly of their expurl euco in their outside practice with Castoria, and although wo only have among -dieu! supplies what is know a products, yet we are free to confess that tlio -rite of Ciu.loria bus won favor upon It." •' Castoria la tho best renu-dy for children of which 1 urn acquainted. I hope tlio «lay is not fj«r distant when mothers will consider the real Interest of their children. Castoria Jn . regular l of thevariousquock nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, l»y forcing opium, •ng syrup agents dowr. their throats, thereby sending them to premature graves." to look with l other burl fui r phi ue, IMSPKNBARV, Boston, Mu.w. llom-ITAL IJ.' Da. J. F. KiNcnsiiOR, I, Pret. t Allen C. Si Tho Ccntanr Company, TT Murray Streut, Now York City. Conway, v it r.\ Flit«» TIUIIIHilllll l'i F I diiy-Tlin -;iki Spoi-ial ( '« >rre*|Hm«letire r»| « iu/.utto im«l .Iniinml seeoml liiiv of the <.'«•«• t ural Fair opening day. b««iiig K f « 'omitv Agneii! than 'Mi. The raring ;i«'d by the Ashby . Md., «Iroppc«! deuil iu th«* tliive-uiiuiite u $•'»,« KW. Tin. •I» Ian tin •f Mas ter finishing valued 1 ! ass. Hew; ear-olds, *.*«! •■»I'M, » « l Happy .Mi a ni .MhuU « . .5 1 .L A. I>a.rw bf 3.00 dass; pur.-e #200: ll. K. ndii's« 8 •|«illip.V It! N.'-Imh' I I .ID.. . blk s « Ltmill Aslil.y **..« k I'. («. Kalrfux's Ur ; K. Mohou'k brg ( Vi-il M . . Ibii-.l.-n - A. Ii «iinpton h ijrg liuverly 2.:;.* class, pacing, purse SL'.'iO: W. T. IlHri-iolt's b h Hurrett. II. ilunici-'s bg Mo - Enink Johns >n s f I», ii. Kell« j V • ....i g Itoll.) (ä..l|-, Hilly A.-k«: Some guoil racing is expected the four! Ii day. Trotting free for all : l*i«<'iTtHH Htabios. I.uueiiMor, h s T I». II. Kelly. K I». It. K»Hy. -;i H. !•' ilminclon. H'-o. Ilaitiiu At iss 1 11 W. H. II. Ai-lmlT, ITiilu., ti g Toi l>. II. Mel. r«*a, tTi*(»t««r. I'a., I> m on, Mn., .Sept. .s. -This was the third «lay of the Cecil previous d:i 12.000. I'll, on tin* TT. F I • fair. TI«.* Ti larger tin ab» gertlun pis u ! IM KJ. The r: immenccil ui I Wit ll Willi; of I'hilu'h-iplna as . v. judge. Miinniary : Colt race, 3 year-olds; purse -8100; tw Happy Minnie, 1. (»I'ijyke. «« ! JCiklon nt«K-k faun. . S. (ir/H'uy I'T«*«»t, s î. C. AnUer-. mis lass, purse $300. . IÎ. It. ..4 I llaie.li-l, k g.l. ivitrlty, I» in i. Itl.-X « iMjitiiiarliii, V'. ... „ .31«- boy hg llfu-vi-y I-'. Foot. Al.-u'k, !: !: \V. !i. I: ■ - TiuiO, y.3. r »\, 2.30 class, purs H. Clay, «• Chrislimv .. :ix' 1 3 1 It. UoiliuomJ.... :j 3 a Elkton, Mi»., Sept. 19.—The twelfth annual fair of the Cecil County Agricul tural Society proved points of attendance held i i day ; ; of the d finances ever i'lie crowd yesterday numbered fully 15,909 persons, who * from Delaware, Pennsylvania and all sections of Maryland. The f: financially. Tim h encouraged, the next : -September, 1893. Elktou. proved t.» bo a grand success manage and decided to hold al fair the second week iu Trotting—2.50 eins «: premium, ?200. II. Kengh Wa*h . 1 l 1 It, York, Harry P., blk g D. U. Bn I'a Jess I » «oorgi! bcattc good, l'liila«U-lphiu... .3 2 5 Motor ,cm Wi •brow, Dale «V Dbna Wlialev ville, l'a. ... ba.lv .Scott, blk York, Fa.... Nick, b g Joseph M. II ,, bridge. bdwurd M.. I» g d. ■vald, ^ . 1 3 7 ft 5 3 .. .. W. T. Harriott, ; Augustine, Md. B«*vcrly, brg W. M. ( V » Eureka, blk f blk..»n N«*rlin**, I» . <» 4 4 . 7 9 tl .10 4 ti lllpt .limius il. iiarden, I Big Falls. N. 7 7 8 Ti Special race, trotting; j)roiniuni, $350. bs D. IT. .f 1 1 .3 2 2 '«•r, Fliilu.2 3 3 alem. Kelly ..I» g S. A. Bice,Bullim Davy lt., \W H. Barn; Gill stakes; premium, $59. Yugi Bocket, hr g b. tin«*, M«i. Harvey W., <1 h J; nus Â. Wilson, . lis W. II. Dosliane, ark. Del. M: ('«•cilion, Mil. B. C. An«l«i-on, Fairhill... Hero, blk s James 31. »Start, Earle ville, Mu lalia, «i g W. B. Biggs, Middle vu, Del A thief broke the heavy plate glass wi «low of Mallet's jewelry's Neb., Saturday night,* and * getting away with a tray of diamond rings valued at -id,lo«». Minnie Merrick, who was riding in a lion cage in a circus parade iu Wiston, N. •kod by the animai ;u iu tlie right jaw. A male •«*nt t«» her rescue and succeeded bine, »in, •ceeded i iu saving her life. A nw ni. i//;. All..-my. N. V., ViHll«*«l l.y a l>«'Htrii«'tivo «.inlay Mnri.iiiK While Hill .Vlllillllll tu A l.i.nl f.V A I.IIANY, N. Y., Sept. 12. — AI 3 'clock this orning lire I the upper portion « .f the l.vnii Building, oi'tll side. on tlu I Pearl streets, aud spread with frightful raphlity. When the ti rivi-il the entire ' the structure was in liâmes, as a pi'iTcct line of sparks upon th«! surrounding building.*. The fir«- appeared lie- uppt r stories, which .ir«; occupied I had made suet lien «lis«-« «V« • r* •« I that Hier was id:« ad y danger that front wall, tivi .-»ori.v, high, would fall into the At 2.Ö0 o'clock the lire, which had eoinniiiuiuati'd Uhmvii, had spr«-a«l t-. the north end ot that structure and the fiâmes licked up the wooden pillars <»f the belfry, wliicli was ,i solid column of fit The entire department l the t«.p sb.ry « have caught i headway «. the Second Ref. l the «era that ire block, bt t; led by Hudson •«mi, IH'.iver and South Pearl |d ! ay. At fi.fiO clock the tiro w Tho loss will not fall short of control. $500,000. A $0,000 l'.LAZIÎ IN Rkmono. I'a., Sept. 12.—The largt burn, tobaeeo she«l and other buildings Styer, it Tisliip, this enmity, w with «1 Ad: undents, i'esterdav The loss if er $<»,000. The fi blacksmith sh<»| the tobacco, grain, liny, Â«-., tlie farm w«-i the premise*. All »•«I. l Tl.OOlx FOR Y STL RS. ei-atcly I * I •-n 1 1 fi 1 1 1 .ASTON, M l., Tall.« thoroughly cj apppiacliing opening of the t Tin: r« plentifiil--ns plcMitiful* ■pl.lt. -The oyster (•"«inly w: pretty ■ of the •d 'port is that they : L-inniy , it is believed, thirlv i the h.iptank river. : not fat, however, any where. i »us they will s. Thu tong »uglily eqiiippeil for the , and the scrapers nnd inking large preparations. An Oxford oyster packet, who has just returned fr through tlie par T!l«*V : fatten ii .upm dredger a business trip >rth-eastern states and the utlook is favorable for a heavy demand. There will be •ity ol orders, lie Fays, but the ipics ti«»n th«! Maryland packers will bave ta •t is whether « Chesapeake oyster n«»t they eati get at a price low gh t" compute with the output of the souther packers. Oysters scarce in the Cliesa poakc, comparatively, and there many engaged packing Chesapeake oysters that he expects high prices to prevail, and possibly lo reach the limit whore tin* packing business will be un profitable. A failure in the peach crop makes oysters dear. Those who have prepared to can peaches and could not, go to packing oysters. Besides, when there is but little canned fruit greater demand for tho market, there is «•aiou d oysters. This Oxford gentle looks U»r a brisk season for the catchers, whether the packers make anything not. onVrt-d Soafoni Nows. l'iuu Ai>|»oiiitnioiit. Rev. Clarence T. Wilson, who for nearly has been pastor of the M. K. Churchill this town, lias been urged by the board of bishops to accept a transfer lo the largest and most important churches of his «it-nomi nation in the »South. The church is located at Fort Smith, Ark., a «'ity of I<>,« hm i inhabitants and one of tho growing cities of the southwest. It is sup posed to be a very complimentary action "f the bishops t«» offer such an important appointment to one so young in minis n-riul life. But it is now thought that Mr. W ils« »n will not accept this position lie cause «>1 tlio liech ol liis present charge, the exeiti-iiHMit which ihe news of liis suppose«I transfer ci SO III! «•'I*ui the town It is reported that the he is ii arranging to have tho transfer revokeil. st striking rustic beautv lucks the polish aud exquisite reTuieiiiciit which dis tinguishes the city belle. A lew apolicn tious «»! '•ideiin's Sulphur Soap" to tlio «•ijiiiplexioii will, however, confer upon i a lasting and transparent luster, unequalled in the wuriii. Beware of counterfeits. Suhl by druggists. -'Hill's Instantaneous Hair By«- «(iiiieas rapidly ami us safely changes ' _ «xions color to the richest of natural blacks or browns. Both are entirely harmless, containing no mineral substanco. The T I a cough or sore thr« tlie best tuodi cine by far is Hales 1'anions Honey of llureliouud and Tar. Bike's Toothache Drops c minute.