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 RECEPTION TO CLEVELAND
Given by the Buffalonians
Club in His Honor.
HE REPLIES IN A NEAT SPEECH
Many Pleasant Early Associa
tions Recalled.
Decidedly More Fun
Marching in tho
Procession Than Running for President
—Sheehan Says Cleveland
New York—How the Helling is Going,
• New York, Oct. 26.—The recepti
given at the Imperial Hotel to-night to ex
President Cleveland by tho Buffalonians'
Cleveland Club was attended by about 200
persons, consisting of members of the dub
and a few invited guests. Mr. Cleveland
reached the hotel ut 8.30 o'clock, accom
panied by it committee appointed to escort
him. His arrival was the occasion for ap
plause. Ail of the company
.standing until the speeches
; ing, which lasted for almost an hour, were
over.
Among members of the club present
were the following : E. 0. Benedict, presi
dent of the club; Earl D. Berry, Robert
Hayes and John Clifton, vice-presidents;
Churles F. Bishop, mayor of Buffalo, and
Editor Normuu E. Mack of Buffalo. On
.calling the assemblage to order Mr. Bene
dict said :
"lean only call you to order and plunge
you into that disorder which usually
reigns during the time of a social gather
ing, for such none is this. Some time ago
timedub received an-application f
,borehip from our guest, Mr. d
companied by thé requisite. $2 initiation
fee. I felt constrained
the money and place the matter of
ing Mr. Cleveland without the -52 before
the dub, but I remembered tho business
I »art of it and kept the money, and wo took
Mr. Cleveluud in the same as we would
any other member.
"Mr. Cleveland meets to-night a num
ber of stray Buffaloes ami he mav want to
• lock horns with them in the exchange of
'a few words and in eating cheese und
crackers. It would be ludicrous fur me to
introduce him. His is a name which even
creates enthusi
■Republican meeting.
When Mr. Benedict conclude«l Mr.
Cleveland »poke as follows:
aevki.and's speech.
"I.hope it is not. nccessarv for me to tell
.you how much 1 enjoy being with von to
•night, and how exceedingly gratifying is
. every reflection «suggested by t his occa -
Its best and most pkasaiit feature is, of
coarse, the presence her«« of many 'old
Buffalo-friends, which recalls to
incidents and associations which have
.been, and will always continue to be, the
things most carefully kepi by
toiy delight.
, "You have among you one, at least, who
*2 years ago belonged with
Vatic club which Hud in hand the task of
iecting Stephen A. Douglas t«« the Presi
dency. Many a night we inarched side l.y
pide m yellow capes :
1 do
untuned
i
j
when menti«
•cl i
* mind
uuory
Do
l bearing torches,
believe that either of us
supposed for a moment that
didate could be defeated, provided
marched far enough and made
enough, and had enough of keros
running from our torches dow
Î am thus reminded of a time when mr
participation in the activities of politics
meant enthusiasm for a man or a cause a
great deal of excitement and noise, plenty
of hope and confidence, generally followed
by bitter disappointment soon forgotten I
.hardly think yon will be surprise«!
know that in 1892, when mv relation
politics has a rather more sober c
plexion, I recall my share in the campaign
of I860,and all its work and disappointinei
with comparitive plcasr
■inarching und shouting
♦hey are enjoying thecumpaign mor
J am. Somehow the thing looks
% and I ct
rather
me oil
backs.
*. Others d<» the
, but l believe
î than
serious
thinking that I
related to the present campaign tin
when Douglas ran for Preside
of your members was a student i
Buffalo law office. This rumimls
,the days when i
help
i ! was
. Another
the city of Buffalo I
attempted by the practice of law to obtain
as honest a living us was possible in that
business. Those were pleasant davs, and I
do not mind confessing that,
badly exchanged, so tar as my personal
comfort amt enjoyment are concerned, ior
. the perplexities and troubles of public life.
. J must not neglect to mention the furtln r
gratifying circumstance that,
anee of tiie name of this member up«
rolls indicates the probability rh
politics has improved us well as his
! knowledge of law since he was associated
with me in Buffalo.
K U V W another young man when 1
. iyed-iu Buffalo,.who wasa.-jolly. pleasant
,teffow, but/'who from a Democratic stand
Ifioiut, ami especially from the standp
of Democratic defeat, was one uf the most
.good-naturedly aggravating Republicans
«P y 0 «ly. I want to emphasize the
' mpanunce bf his good nature and good
« heartedness over 1*is former partisanship
toy mentiouingdh«' fuct that I have lately
. received from him as your secretary an
invitation to join this organization, whirl)
^understand to be pledged to the support
of a Democratic candidate for the f're.si
' (deucy.
"At the head of your club I find a com
.paratively new uc«piaintunce,
•jenerosity as a friend and •.«
Gn business was fully e.vplui
, when T found that he had h.rmerlv resided
• in Buffalo and had been educated in Jut
« ptibfic schools.
• *1 will not refer to the other members
of your organization whose presence* here
J»»»» to min, I )i!ch.Mhj. i. „ 1 , 1 , Mit:. ,,i
fprmerd.ro, but viil . 1 ., mysuir ll„,
(Ice to say tbut my Sensations arc
this moment,
^•fsonal fneudlinei-s
' , that I
tho appear

ÎM
who*
ted to
ju>
i :
the atmosphere oi!
that pervades th..i
îurly forgot that this
organization has political ph
these plans und t.urposes occur to
they merely add to my gra-efi
tiou of your personal kuidne.«
courage
have associated togmner m
tain political principles, t}
old Buffalo friend i
wilt
appreei
U].por
act that ;
... trouble on açdount
#)i ni8 political opinions ami ncois v««ur
sthing to do w
peip
fasea
political activity
"Therefore, while
gratitude to the friends" l :
' CanuoMorbear the surges, j,
that your
* strates y
townsman, but t
awfully alive to
. You k
principles
your k
acquit me of insincerity when i «
the opinion that the result of the i
political struggle means more to i
try and our people than ;
I have e
the ch
is full of
bVl.'« f
rgmiizutiun
personal friendship i
old
r how devot c«l I !. n
your
: the Democratic
nowledge of
party, and
Will. 1 ;
fit ich v
is defiantly ami
nouuccd that the functions uf uni
ment may he used directly f
of certain upeciul interesis,
very remote regard to the welt;
musses of the people,
this an appeal
to to old fast to the doctrine t: ,.u
« government should at
istcred directly for i
should not be obliged
Glare of the hi«—.;: ;
ment they maintain
r filter
In .,|.|
all li
l'S be ;
tbcin, un«i tin
receive as tb.fi
which
I process oi
rich. In other
.party is insisting upon the
n of the rule that a _-<jv
people should be
people.
.»king special In
«•St upp
a government
purpose to disc
thou&Utf»j>n:id intelligent :.s
friends the differences betweei
principles j
detail bet«
th«)
1 purposes pr«3fst;t)ted
poopie for their approval. 1 onlv «if:
'assure you that tb«> gtafifi.^it^i.
, your personal attach meat affords Ggr*;««.v
• eufiaijcotl t>y the dpn»elmtsuess Unit it. »V
The attaehaietoO oftiiMse who arc
ial m«J patriotic, and by the «
(that tho (support you giye'in an «
jway to jrmir «jU townsman cannot créai«'
|iu your m.ipU3 th« kaeuuapjdbu th«,t aucu
g ht
support is in aiil of principles at all incon
sistent with your highest duty as Ameri
can citizens.
"It only remains for me to snv that
whatever may he the result of the pending
campaign, 1 shall always remember as its
most pleasing incident this occasion and
the evidence it furnishes of the considera
tion and devotion ot the Buffalo friends I
see here about c."
Lieutenant-governor Sheehan, who was
one of those present, was called upon, and
said that he had no doubt hut that the vote
of New York state would go for Cleveland
and Stevenson. As Mr. Sheehan concluded
Mayor Bishop of Buffalo, also spoke.
Mr. Benedict then announced that, re
freshments were ready, and the rest of the
evening was spent in socfal conversation
and handshaking.
HKTTINO OOKS.
At (ho Hoffman House odds of f 1.0)0 to
Mr. Cleveland carrying New York
being offered with few'takers. Offers
of bets at two to one :
Cleveland curries New York lie will bo
elected.
$800
also ma«te that if
M'AI.KEK IX A
Prm.AKr.U'iiiA, Oct. 26.—Judge tsiruun
ton having decided timt C
Ker is the regular Democratic nominee in
the Third Congressional district, the tight
there ia in an interesting condition. Cap
tain Kcr has doc!itied-the nomination, but
notin u legal way. Congressman Me A leer
tiie ticket only as the Republican
candidate, although a majority of the
Democrats voted for him as t he Democratic
candidate. He fears treachery on the day
of election and is working like a beaver to
secure Democratic support as the Reoubli
can candidate.
The danger is that with the new ballot
thousands <«t his followers will vote the
straight ticket and thus let him down.
He occupies the anomal
W. W.
being the only candidate, und yet «ff being
in danger of being defeated. The court's
the fact that Ker's
.* recognized by the Demo
The equities of the
considered. Mr. Me A let-l
and his followers are ruled off not only
the regular ticket, but of the independent
i ticket as well, for their nomination papers
were found to .be imperfect,
j The story of the fusion of the Xebrasba
Democrats and People's purly is denied,
Omaha dispatch says' the Deiuo
e hopeful «>t carrying the state for
«ff the Republican Congressional
"in-.i. lutes in North Carolina have wit li
supporters
cratic eitv committee.
and ;
Cleveland.
1 w
ir; av
oue in l'avor «ff
can«!iila te. and tho other huoauHo he
satisfied with the party
The registration dosed i
duv night.
heaviest registration ev
«lis
anaaement.
Boston Wed
The totals showed î ho
New 'i
Am
Cl I
gre:t
o-might in C«»op«-r l'ni
• hull being packed
. .; bel
admittance. Rnthiisiasi
the pr
itii poopie,
u white
heat through«
.«dinar.-, tumu!
F applause
ting Mr.
Furl Schurz, « •
mnnv lea«lii:g
ii«l
•mlorl'er ami the
rnuui-American citizens
. which
ns thev «•
u tiie platt«
ih tho portrait s of ! lie
.'uUy draped Xmeric:
s occiipiud seats
l! id
rounded by t;
Hags. Many !.
tho
l quite :
platform were several
i German-Aniurican
am
hundred prom
rfer called the
ill
meeting to order. Ho said i
"The <|Uo.stkm is, whether t ;
meut of the L'nite«! .States shall be left i«» :
parly Which believes that the sound ju«L
f the people can be inil
immense sums «»1
tlierefore, collects in the
lotis wav such
«•d bv
vhieli,
ises the passage
the advantage of
vidtials, and sacrifices the best interests of
the co
•y by liolding out high offices as
for collecting a large
ruption fund.
"Through
enabled to
leader's vietorv wo will he
fui crusade
si everything
able and «le
spieable
can party.
r represented by the Republi
"A whirlwind
As Mr. Ottundorfer was closing,
tear tho southern «•
ithebainl s
liglity
die
the hall, :
the Chief." At
seon^comhigdi
entr:
•k up "Hail 1 «.
•o Mr. Cleveland
1«! toward tin
th.
«■to the stage, un«i the vast
tood up nnd ehec
I. yelled,
id
wav«*.i huts ami hi
As Mr. Cleveland appeared
;i whirlwind of applau-«* swept
hull, continmug !«•:• fully live
Mr. Flev.fi;
taking his seat. Kv
land's name them
elicited Hie grei
the sta:
! iie
[ bowed
• pout ed l y hef«
Ol'
by
CHA(HMAN HTi:t
Y S Hir«>UT AM
William Stein way was then introduced
pedally' grateful
us choi
•1 u
opportunity to preside
s follow*:
have thu
n this oe
for the reason that I have pors
inliniatelv
ally and
. .... .... . . .'andidatc for
, Grover Cleveland, for a period
that da'« s buck to t he year 1*r*tl in the eitv
ot Hu
er of JO ye:
skill«:«!,
p'orkmeu, between wh«:
uost harmonious relu
e<jmp«:t«mt to speak,
nie the comliti
vorki
. I think I ;
• ly. a
I.«
', i he best ma
m e and grea
AI
of
rk
Ft
ly,
Mclvi
es, lias drawn ;
v..:.! ;
iritubi*:
uni us and bus
riv all a
«k-urei
«■«•: i!.,«
lerial and sue
*« by
,•!»ich are not jirodttced i
■ !
this
auufact tired
y. y< t
:to
the «• .mdufi.
-• Wirdmitller
nf hi« address. Mr.
L
a«i a Iona Ms
i hit'll Were adopted with
apjila'i
th- M. Kinl.-v
s donouiio
inlV.mous ib'bauchery of IH'<s,
bill tind t
f
«".•etitio
«»f which
tbreateucii, ;

'!
•I only thro
'lev'll
i. i
«lut;.* of
pport li
aim. His dec
a > ietory of th«:
!«» the triumph
P >li*ieal stagna
[1;
•Ii»»«- tl
Hi
•«»Uhl be
i«l to
!•■. Ii wou'il up«,
th«*
politi
P
■'P
P
p«:
•! "I «
:il life, a
vcl.,,
P
ii-s-iiu:
«■ p.V.,1 •
the
i'll
be
i. fi
the !e
if his c.
Tin
rerunr'
the
.1
fi:
•rt thorn
hr
. ;.i
( 'leve
:«i .
«1
ii for tho
th
•*n introunccd
I!«
»V
-.1
only
.
and
level.md was loudly ap
frequant intervals during his
lie said:
Ur
'.«•d ;
pi.
l'ellow citizcns: When I address you
fellow-citizens" I use the salutation
occasions like this, and which
greater nican
common
ordinarily carries with it
ing than a customary greeting.
Jl seems to me, however, not
the presence of such an assemblage u
before me, to consider what it i
entitles ustoeall each other ; >w citizens.
It is at once apparent tlnu
apply these words to Am .. an follow
citizens—proud of the laud in which they
live, proud of American institutions, and
devoted to the achievement of American
success and greatness. They do
ipiire that those who c
other lands und bee
iss. in
is I see
s that
to ns from
people shall
forget their old homes, but they do signify
sue« an assimilation on their part as leads
them to contribute whatever is valuable in
the character they inherit in the country
of their birth to tho fund of American
prosperity and happiness. If frugality
and industry are their national traits,
those should be by them Contributed to
American prosperity, and if cheerfulness
and a love of song are their national char
acteristics, these should be
American happiness. Those who do these
things in true fraternal spirit and in co
opération with all others who love the
American name, and who also regulate
their political action by thoughtfulness
and an anxious desire for American wel
fare, entitle themselves to membership in
the grand association of American fellow
citizens.
patriotic support;
ron hardly he accused of si minim;
caning of words when wo insist that
lie fellows in our citizenship
this fellowship is only realized when wh
enjoy in an equal and just manner the ad
vantages of our citizenship.
Whether this is our actual condition is
at this time a subject of anxious popular
inquiry. W«> find a political party solicit
ing the suffrage of our people in support
■ the doctrine that this fellowship in our
citizenship is secured when the prosperity J
of certain especial interests is favored iii
the makiuK and execution of out laws,
odea direct, «•barge upon tho in
nthin the circle of
Vs a result of !
• 'this doctrine,
airuc i fortunes m
is of a few individuals,
n unequal
•ontribated to
ANOTHER M f \NINO.
But there is another and an exceedingly
important meaning to he given to these
words, which arises from the idea of a fair
and equal community of interests, which
they naturally suggest. If w
truly fellow citizens w
only a common purpose, but
' 'on of the benefits arising fr
association. Our citizenship grows out of
allegiance ami devotion to the govern
whicli claims
.
he
st hi
common
the
of
: «
•in '
Ot !
governmental partiality,
tin* sueiaissful
n «mormons
the lu
hue
:e patiently
thrift and sturdy in
ure far in the rear.
rely upon porsu
Ul'A L1TI ES
Inequalities of fortune furnish
gl'o m l f
discontent when thev are
enterprise, legitimate
attirai endowment.
op
XV hen,
to differences i
rer, thev a
.. ... govern
itul interference in behalf of a small
our people at the expense of
the remainder, nothing but the deception
tier
.t from challenging this
the
can prove
injustice and «le
<:oiisiderutici
their fellowship i
«lue tin
American citizenship.
1 interpret tiie organ!
of til«- German-Anieri«
testing against the viol:
of it*
conceive this de
against the
feilow-eitizens \vl
o'pial participation i
promised under free
bv vir
nnd activity
as _pr.'
Fui
« I 1 M u ' r
ights
:
u to be a re
cktry <«f calling tliose
deprived of
the advantages
American institu
Lei
is always remember that unjust
..-ms arc not due to any infirmity iu
the principles upon which our Govern
ment is founded. They are .sufficient f«-r
ns in all our needs. Injustice is born
their perversion.
W
led. therefore, directly to tho
'•Delusion that the remedy for unfair in
pialities in the distribution <ff' the b. nc
Americun citizenship is iu the
hands of the voters of the laud, and that
if there bus been a «lep;
lights which sliouM guide operations of
our government it is for tiie people
demand a return to safe channels.
. a in closing that the
struggle to secure the rectification of false
îthods and the dishidgement of selfish
advantages is not an easy on«;. Attempts
•ajole voters, successful iu the past, i.
stid continued, and bribery and eorrup
are still in vogue. It is only by in
argument. constant endeavor ami
fitting vigilence that
the just and equal sh:
which belong
• fr
the
Let
leliig
we .Shall re
e Of' benefits
s American fi llow
Don. Carl Schurz followed Mr. Clave
hunl. Ho was aJso greeted wi! h great up
plause as lie proceeded t«> speak in German
on the issues of tho cum;
vising the election u
Stevenson. He said: "Th«
whether
. and in ad
f Cleveland and
question is
utional elections shall h«*
•rn auction sales, i
which the
Government is knocked down lo the high
est bidder. Larger sums than
enriched heneticiurics of
the Republican ehe.s
tory of A meric:
immense a corruption fund np|
never have its purposes been so i
revealed. Here is an evil to combat
less formidable than slavery itself,
absurd and redicul«
the
the tariff pouring
ts. Never before
in th«: his
politics bus :
ui'kiïîîy
. _ It is
« when Republicans
raise t he <*rv that Democrats do the s:
I know where
the Democn
tkii
«1 ! speak when I
tie campaign n
-tit is highly rejoiced when it rt
. enough to pay office rent, clerk
hoe, printing bill and other necessary ex
penses. This Republican talk is siTm.lv
he well-known cry of 'stop thief' r;
by the thief himself. N
argument in
of Republic;
less silly is the
secKiug to escHpc the dang
n eorrupti
«■ will hriu
« by making
Hie He
er (.'level
l>.
President will he G
cheers. |
i: I Great
should lie i
»•very llon><>.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clav :
•et, Sharpshurg,
out Dr. King's
consumption, coughs
1 his wife, wh
be wi
I
says be will
!
and «•olds, that* it «:
threuteneil with pue
t„, k , : r -In nri|,|„,."
remedies and several pliysiciai
her no good. Rohe
alter
file
other
Barber of < >«
- Dr. King's New Diseov
Ii
«I«
anything lie
Nothing like
Finit 1rs
r useil for lung trouble.
Trial bottles fiv
B«'!
drug
«•«1 free of charge.
Ills Resign)
Higgins.
:i;o, Va., Get. 27.—S. Y.
Gilliam Republic!
gross from (ht! Foutih «'
district of Virginia, last,
open letter, withdrawing fn
1 Its letter i.; side) resse 1
nominee for Con
rressional
iqht issued ;
tho field.
• Anthony
Higgins, Wilmington, Del., chairman «•!'
the national K«.*pubUeai
committee.
Ü
a
2Uliam «•:
]>ublicans to support Harri
and work and vote for llm Republic:
electoral ticket.
nils upon all Ro
•and Reid

AVJiiiu»e«l i»i:il Then s*i»»i
Art,/
r.\., OCÎ.27.-G«:
, was murdered
erday by Mike iIulbfo«<k.
Holhn« k
. Holbrook start I for hi ; I:
Wal
Tin
had a ü
Whin
'I: '
i'lpi'i-'i
.'(•«i Mm. Holbrook
ls waiting fn
•fid - hot him down.
Tiff!
/>/..*
«nt c
ty Republic:
«>f the
>;.
rubb,
of
' if
CöUrt ;!1«:U, Ul
tormed tin.* writer that li ■ hiisp't had a
a fi d lie
didn't got
iod in love
ither.'
A '^«•»•o Tliroat
if suffereii t«> progress, often
incurable throat
Bronchial Troches'' giveinst;
•suits i„:
«üble. "Brow
Surprising liifurinatiuu.
Oflosaa Lfinl-*
Attempled fraudulent registering
voting is ;* capital offense.
ofekcome nr smoke.
Seven Flreiuet
ii Critical Condition
Three May
Narrowly Europe Heath.
PiTTsimiKi, 1*a., Oct. 2d.—Twenty
ally firemen, hud a narrow
escape from death liy suffocation fr«,
smoke, in the cellar of 1». Chestnut it
Co.'s leather finding establishment, ibis
city, this afternoon. Me von of the firemen
a critical condition, and three
persons,
Their names arc : George Price, Track
A; Klmcr Croeo, Engine Company No. 2;
William Parke, Engine Company N
Otto Hauch, Nu l Company; John Conly.
No. ft Company; John MeCo
puny; John Hooper. No. 2 Ou
. 1 ;
•y, No. 3 C
•any. The
revived, and were able to go to
unassisted.
otlicrs t
their h
At 1.30 o'clock, this afternoon, an alarm
of tire was sent in from box 8, corner of
Wood street and .Second avenue. Engine
companies Nos. 1,2 and 3 responded at once
and found a slight blaze in the cellar of
the establishment named. The hides and
leather that were stored in the cellar caught
tire, ami from the water thrown on them
started the smoke up through the building
1 into the street.
When the lire department arrived on the
dense that it was
ay. A
the building,
hurried to the cellar, the
seat of the trouble. These worked directly
over the smoldering leather, while their
•anions turned their attention t«»
ier part <>t the building, and devoted
their énergie » to protect other property.
long until the blaze was under
control, and then tho firemen who had
rushed into the cellar
pented calls fuiled to bring a reply. A
search was at once commenced. When
entered the cellar thev
'Itorritied to li.id tl.e bravo It lyini;
'"fi, 1 * 0 lifeless,
.J 11 " ''i urk ° r ,»» thon 1 ', S >S 1 "'. fi"
l, f, tor<> **>» {•>«> ha; alt been gotten up 10
fibers including ( loots Meelo, Coates and
''«pector ol Police Mch.plvy, were over
come and a second rescuing parly wai
. ,,
«... „, ur bnijibodies were carried to the
and after a time all hut the seven
r «? ,wc .' a,wl * p others were
Yn ,,V y ., to 1 'c H.nno-.pathic Hospital,
J ' ,r,Mn ' ,u Houoh,Conly, McCoy and Hooper
s, " m recovered consciousness under heroic
tr , <i?m<*nt, but Brie«*. < mco and Parke
revived with ditllrulty. Iheircondi
"V" ttr-nitslit w regardeil as very serious.
* he damage to the property was about
' «»verca l.v insurance in the
''traru Company ot Philadelphia,
scene the s
impossible
her of firemen rushed i
and 11 of the
sco five feet
I
It
rero sought for. lie
the other fire
•failing's Latest
eat.
The Philadelphia :
Company and the U«
I Reading Railroad
. . I .Maine Rait
1 Company have formed an alliance.
At a meeting of the directors of tho Host
Boston yesterday week, Wil
liam T. Hart resigned his seat in the hour«!,
and A. A. Me!
vacancy. Thu Hon. Frank .1
«lent «it the company, the
position, and Mr. Mcl.e«»! was'elected to
succeed him. Mr. Jones was elected cliair
t his posit inn will
and Maine.
•«i was clue
till the
gned Unit
; tiie board, ami i
continue i
the executive head
In tho ss
. tho cor
• eoniiection it. was
announced that the New York and New
„ »lied by
Mr. Me I.cod and tins Reading interests,
would he
the Rot >
and Reading s\
England Railroad, already c<
ction between
1 Philadelphia
Ti
Atoms.
Bnt.MiNc
Harris, a small stati«
City, Memphis «fc Birmingham railroad,
19 miles west of here
blown to atoms at an early hour this
morning, by the explosion «if a locomo
tive boiler. Harry Mu time, engineer,
and William Crach, fireman, were both
instantly killed. Their mangled re
mains were gathered togath. r ami
brought to this city. Conductor Black
was slightly hurt.
Fusion Dodiimi in Colorado.
Oct. 27.—At a meeting
«)f the State central committee, which
lasted till 11 o'clock this (Thursduy)
morning, it was decided to witlulrnw
the (Jleveland electors, substituting
therefore tic- Weave
some objection to this movement, but
the orders of the national Democratic
committee wer finally .submitted to.
, Ala., Oct. 27.—At
the Kansas
were
There
Tho Now I'oKtal Carda
Sulo.
Washington, Oct.
P ostttl curdh « w 'th
were yesterday placed
first-class post-office throughout the
country.
27.—The
reply attachment,
sale at all
IÎ you
1 a bottlo of Salvation OH,
inutilatoi
wrapper
in Moiuethlng wroinr -Ii
dungeroiiH «-ounterfolt.
par foot, unbrokeu, g««nu;
yo! low wrapper, r
bo aura that tti«»ro
worth lims
niât up'in «oitiug
in a
I. it.4 !..
The Indiana Bieyele Works at Indian
apolis were damuged by lire yesterday
week to the amount of $33,000.
'Hie schools of New Castle township,
the outskirts of l'ottsville. Pa., have been
dose« 1 indefinitely, owing to an epidemic
of diphtheria and scarlet fever.
A negro ex eonviet, who attempted
assault a white
lieiilen
woman
huiiuer, Texas, Monday week,
to'death by the woman's friends and
neighbors.
A lo«*««motive boiler exploded veslertlay
tin* Kansas lit y , Memphis
f Birmingham,
I Ii reman were
«V. Birinitighi
Ah»., and tin! engineer
George Wood, a student al tin: Westing
house Electric Comp uiv's work« at Pitts
burg, was kille«! yesterday week. While
«'bulging wires on a pole his hi
eontuet with an electric light wire.
n til«; N«*w York Central
railroa«!, ju
•lay "'«*■ ; 'k, ran at a spec«I «»f !•;. ,,,,
hour fnr 10 miles,and the run from R
t«-r t<> Buffalo, Mi
minutes. It is sui<! this breaks the record.
,I*»v)<l OlHlUs.v Molli of Now York, lias
given, through hi * friemi ami assoc. .
lion. John Randolph Tucker, his enti
library to the Washingt.
71
in which Mr. Tuck
of intiTimtional and e
The library «•
st it utional law.
s of over 1.
cow«!, which hud been attcudingapoli
meeting m Canton, J'a., Wednesday,
by a freight train ami
and William Streeter,
killed and J. J. V
A band was
lot, hear tho
volumes.
Ac
leal
t:ek was
111 Is worth c
•R'.io
of Last Tr»y.
Kirk wa
playing :
riousiy injured.
1 the people did
approach.
Oil has been discovered ou the f:
William John, near Catuvvi. '-a, l'a. Several
* pumped froi
and lighted. Tho oil gave i. *
llumo, and was pronounced
The prie-.: <.f land i
rapidly.
aimgcrs of th« lVople's
to have discovered :i
assassinate Congressman Jerrv
of
.
liliepth of
were tilled
a brilliant
bean A No.
2.0 feet yestenb
1 product.
the vi
The polfi «e:il
ff
P!
plot'
Mmps
Whirl!
mad«* public iit
vivel ' » offered
Robert :
kill Simpson, ■
which the writer
«i difference w
•oil'. '
«tics with his s
The Indianapolis supreme n
o'istituiiunal the
:ks
lias de
ist ration
' the electi
:q.j)ly
ft*:
' Hie law
I
:h icily
t ,r< j ia! ,
-•fit. The .grounds
h«* a violai ion t.f the
•'dors and
dents Uf tin 1
in the employ of
tiie g.jvcrnm*
the law is held
ls that it is class hîgislu'.io
ad dispatch says; Tho reign
i has been inaugurât«*«! by
Of to
• whicb
• of the strikers still»
is hard to tell what the final n*sult will be.
Tiiere is a strong feeling among ti
abiding citiz-ns in favor of potiti
governor to havu the troops rot
the town put
consider tins the quickest ami
g the
!
.
Thev
. offee
«•stubhshing peace where
• supreme.
wav of
violence is
Piles permanently cured;
Read, 129 South 13th Street. Phi'h
Send for circular.
pain. Dr
üdelphia.
ANOTHER "BLOODY ALAMO"
Terrible Slaughter of Tomo
chians by Mexicans.
AN ENTIRE VILLAGE ANNIHILATED
But Three Hundred Soldiers
Bite the Dust.
Tho Villagers Assembled in Their Church
speralion Until
Re
and a llloody Massacre, Filly Described
a ".Second Ah
ami Fought Willi
Ail Were Killed- V
El P
of the annihilati
a people who inhabit
Temocliie, and wh
Aztec, last evening, i
staiitial than at first indicated. Te
chic is situated
, Tex., Oct. 27.—Tho news
of the Temochians,
village of
nearly pure
the direct road to
and Jos Marie, in the moun
tains of south-eastern Chihuahua,
Mexico, and has been in open robellioti
against the state and Federal govern
ment for more than a year, on account
of excessive taxation extortion by
government officials and gover:
interferences in their religious beliefs.
Two months ago the government sent
the 110th Battalion, i
General Uanjel, to make the people pay
the tax required of them and
government officials appointed to take
charge or kill every one of them. This
alternative was openly boasted of by
officers in Chihuahua before the troops
started for the town, and when the
Tctnochians heard of it they decided t<>
tight it out, as they
should they surrende
would be shot
tiou.
command of
;cept
knew that
peaceably they
the slightest provoca*
jVlicn the soUlicrs made their descent
the village they ivern mot nnd driven
off, with three oflt«
killed, and two officers and -15
taken prisoners. The prisoners
confined in the uboos. General Hanjel
was the only officer who escaped.
When the new.-, of this affair reached
the ears of President Diaz lie decided to
annihilate the village, au« I who
people
and 11 men
the
! notified of this they ail
's with us, and
: will
not he taken.
Soldiers left Chihuahua tw
ago and formoi 1 a juucti«
from Pinos Altos and Guoriv
number of 1,200, and last .Monday
attack was made on all sides. The
■lilans, who only numbered 38 ,
with their families took refuge in the
church and awaiting the attack, which
took place about 10o'clock,
was made on nil sides,
was terrible.
weeks
with others
the
, t
J'en
The attack
I the slaughter
At dusk the soldiers
cntrauco to the church :
gained
terrible hand-to-hand fight took idaee.
Thou the soldiers omnh-teil the
sacre, with 308 «if their number killed
and many wounded.
The village tin- next day presented a
terrible View. The streets of the little
village leading to the church were tilled
with bodies; blood
flowed in torrents. Not
Temochians was left except those who
happened to be out in the mountains,
hut the government has paid clearly for
its victory.
The Temochians were some time ago
a very wealthy people in cattle and
farms, hut the lack of
of their crops had brought them
poverty and they were unable
under tho extortion of the government
and its officials, and wer«- brought near
to starvation. They Were very hospitable
ami several weeks ago, when several
parties of Americans passed through
Guerrero t«> Chihuahua, they were
treated kindly anil well cared for. The
I a
seemed to have
man of the
in and failure
to
government officials objected
-"iffS there, saying tho Temochians
were bandits.
The ieeliiig against tho. government is
very stroug und the incideut 'has been
caReU the "second Alamo," which will
bring tho blush of shunto to the Mcxi
people, as it did to those of Texas.
their
Ke« p it «
■ * r
ivteo fr«ini ....
Captain. Captain s c. Wuikor, «'»»uipuny «'.,
l ir.ti ..«qiuioiu, imllaua Voterai) Le^e
;h Syrup in
family for tho l.'i.st
two your*, and ail vise all having «-hildreu novor
to bo «vitheut It."
A r ! c ro n y rt
e I» t:\ysr.
It Cu
Ituild a I.«
Parallel With the
Rays a Chester special:
has tiled an opinion in
Judge Clayton
tho suit between
the Chester »v. Delaware River Railroad
Company, a protege of the Reading. :
the fioutn Chester Railroad Company, a
creation of the Pennsylvania, refusing the
petition of the Reading for special injunc
tion restraining the Pennsylvania from
laying their tracks on Delaware:
; seems us though the long tight whirl
i waged by the
tl».- Pe
:
. It
has he
til roads will re
suit i
*y's Imiiding a branch
parallel with the Reading and gaining:«,
portion of the valuable river front trade
this city, so iong held by the Reading,
oust peculiar feature of the matter
the brandi of tiie Reading which
Th!
is th:
the IV
r fighting i:
,'er a line leased
the rival
pany. Wliett the so-called Darby exten
of tbc: Philu'iclphia, Wilmington A
Baltimore ruilroa.t was built tho old line
running al
Island and i
the Philadelphia, Wilmington A. Baltimore
to the Reading, and the former company
eoii'ü at.ilateil itself upon getting rid «d a
worthless property. With the rani«! <lc
velopnient of «.'bester, however, the old
line has become valuable, and, running
along
part «»f the manufacturing traffic.
In the »»pinion Judge Clayton says it
ifless for the ciitiiendiug railroad :
g the river front ac
• • < 'bester
) fight
both
under false col«
secure th
As the object
apidly increasing
a.lc
along the river
should be favorol more th:
Jther, refuses the motion for a special
injunction and continues the injunctions
hereto!'
jii'ig«! will compel the Bunding to remove
us present track from the centre t*i the
side ot Delaware avenu-*, hut th
the I'
why ■
i. The ruling ««I the
«•f
her side of
be cuiitested by the latter i
* Reading's tracks will
No
.. tell tho
.. .*ll n « .
tent moilleiuo.
of
llo.«l's
compliiiliO'l u/
Iu consequence of a family
.Inbstovvn. near Mount Holly,' N. J.,
Wudnesilay night, Henry C«j««k, an
ploye of the llunco.Ms stoel: farm, stabbed
hi
Willi«
it h a pocket-knife,
an cun not recover.
th<* breast
it is sai«l the injured
In Pittsburg Thur.sda«
sloi.^of^the conduit of the cable line was
side of tho
or against tiie other side by a
wugoii. This left n<
the grip to slide through. Who
car notched the Obstruction it stopped with
»jerk. Tiie ear was crowded, ami all the
foi
less injured.
passengers wore mor
While u long trat
Mah;
I unction.
th«* IMiiluilolphia »V
railroad. Thursday, the
parted, and the roar half, getting hey
the control of tho « row, dashed i
•vitig north fr
f both
•ith the ox co
Reading
Tumaijua. The crews
« jumped, and all escuptsi
ti«»I» ot tho freight fireman,
» piled s •
who fraetured a log.
The c
high
freight vvas stoppe« i several in
th«!
r«*ckau
rs, pusscn
gei's nctng
«1 .Krongtli
Julia 11:
i'atutablo ae hunuy. buld by Uruggbts.
Malt.
ANsnnnnn i vitii a iiloiv.
How a Republican ('amlldate Replied ton
Citizen Who Ashed Him a Pertinent
Question.
El
Lakh, Minn., Oct. 27.-This
of Minnesota is in the wildest
assault by Knute
.Nelson, Republican candidate for gov
ernor, upon a citizen of the place.
r In the course of Mr. Nelson's speech,
Tobin Lauby asked him a question re
garding the alleged wheat conspiracy.
Mr. Nelson told Mr. Lauby that he was
not there to he catechised anil com
manded him to shut up. The latter
shouted back that he was an American
citizen and had a right to ask questions,
when the orator was telling untruths.
At this Mr. Nelson sprung from tho
platform and grabbed Mr. Lnuby's
throat. Tho
■ blood w
sue. ti<
excitement
e parted before
shod. A warrant was
issued for the arrest of Mr. Nelson.
A il HE A T HE Eli Tit VST,
It reive ry Firms Combine With u Capital
' »10,000,000.
Milwaukee, Wir., Oct. 27.—One of
the biggest brewery combinations
effected in the country has been .
su minuted by the consolidation <»f the
Pubst Brewing Company and the
Falkcnberg A Hrcckcrt Brewing Com
pany nf Milwaukee. The latter is
practically merged in the former, the
capital stock of the company being in
creased to $19,000,000, with Captain
Fred Pabst still at the head of the con
•fudge Cooley Will Vote for Cleveland
Now York Evening
The report, first published by the
Detroit Fn c l'n ns, t hat ex -.1 t tilge Thomas
M. Cooley had determined !«• vote for
Cleveland has been denied vigorously in
many Republic
Chicago In h r- 0«.v
to print a dispatch fr
quarters, ami the
has gone so far as
Ann Arbor, in
which Mr. Cooley was credited with
saying that the report
unauthorized and without foundation.''
In order to get at the trutli in the matter,
mher «»f the faculty «»I
irsity of Michigan, asking him
■s, if he were able to «1«» so, the
:. His letter, received
this morning, contains the following
"Judge Conley authorizes metosny
that he stands by tho stalemont pub
the Detroit Fr,, 1'ims, and that
» "entirely
: to a
the Uni
to give
facts it
tho
ïisiied i
the supposed dispatch of the /ntn-Orf
is wholly false, lie is willing you should
say, il von «'are to, that he «has not heliev«
in the McKinley hill, and that lie e
Mr. Cluvehuul. More tiuiii this
! to have sai«i, and he is en
publish a le
t*> vote f
ho «loos
lively unwilling
take
t he campaign.
' I lie New Fleet ion l.uw
1'ottsv i i.lk, Pa., Get. 27.—A serious
presents itself to the ofli
' of the districts of this
county, by tho refusal of former i
tors' clerks to i
predict
Iff appointment «
the board this year, under the
lot law. In several districts it is impos
sible to scour«: clerks, owing to tho in
des of tho
t««r- are resigning by 1 he score. 1 n other
districts the officers themselves, fearing
t he erroneous duties before them, openly
state they will not serve.
:w bal
ew sehe
*, and inspec
A Little West Chester Colony
West Chester Vtlh
A
T. Mtillin A Soi
immense clothing establish me
, formerly of
and
Sixth
l Markci streets, Wilmington, fined up
in splendid arrangement, with elevi
arc lamps and other modern improve
ments in the Mullin Building are
«•mphiyed the following former residents
ot W«wi Chester: John S. Mullin, Jr..
Herbert T. Mullin, Ruel
Sydney Kirk, Charles White, William
Morgan ami Harry Buxton.

he.
. 1.
Tho Fleet
- Alarm Was No Good.
.im, (Uavkn, Fa., Oct. 27.—
The furnishing »tore of D. 1). L'oldron
as broke
<>f this plan*
by bur
ight and tiie place literally
of all the shoes in stock. A
glars Iasi
cleaned
peculiar feature
electric alarm i
(lie raid is that :
•onnected with doors
entrance tiie
burglars took out the entire show whi
tlow.
and windows. T
Fell Fifty Feet Into tin« Hiver,
■t. 27.—Tho false
bridge being constructed
.l,l„ Kv.,
work of ;
the Cumbcrl
collapsed yoslirday and live
were thrown int«) the river, over f>0 fuel
below. One was killed and the others
seriously injured.
•orkme
i'it 11. i o el rm a i rr .i / its.
i.cslie Stuart, 38 years ol«l, committed
suicide yesterday wuek by «•
throat.
At yesterday week's
ing of the hoanl
the pruvii
of health the iu««li«al ins|iee
22 new cases of «liphtheria lor
21 hours.
The evening classes
t he Drexel Tnstl
•ert- tiirte«i Tuesday w«**-k with ab«
MuU students. About 7«".» attend during the
".
Nixon ami Zimmerman, theatrical
i the American Bill I'osti
gers. :
puny, limited, yestenlay
recover damages agattis
I'ho Ite
the Messrs
Fitzgerahl, trading
Publish
iVlk'l'l
s publications.
The strike of the cmi !.
Patterson's rolling mill, has
off by the National LoJgcof the Amal
iniinii of Iron :
ers, and the charters for the lodges at those
mills, as well as for the lodge in Marshall
Bros. A (.Vs mills, have been returned
the National Lodge.
«y«'s of Hughes A
dudared
The «tot'tter-stone of the
building of the W<
, at the sont h-west
I Arch streets,
A«ldresses
. John Hemphill, D. D., the
an, D. D..
William 11. Lam
i ne-story
's ( hristiau Asso
corner of Ligh
imitli
.: .y
by the I
ge Dana Boardm:
Bishop l o
bert.
John Hartnett pleaded guilty yesterday
weel: to tin* murder of Mary M. Stiles, alias
Mullie Hartman, on April
North Seventh s
the grade of tho «
second degree, and said lie
fi la.*
at 3lû
. Judge Roe.
fixed
s munter of the
•ould dispose
>f the ease on Friday. Excessive intoxiea
of thu
YX * j* mi
Doctors disasree, Thev
have to. There are differ
ences of opinion among the
best; there will be so long
as knowledge is incomplete.
But there is one subject
on which all physicians are
completely in accord, and
that is the value of cod-liver
oil in consumption and scro
fula, and many other condi
tions in which the loss of fat
is involved. And cod-liver
oil has its greatest usefulness
in Scott's Émulsion.
There is an interesting
book on the subject; sent free.
Scoitä DowuR,CheniiMs, 133 South 51 h A venu
New York.
Your druggist Iceops Scon's Emuldc
«>!— ail drucsiBts everyw!n.n: de. 51
:
1 of cod-Uv- 2 !
'
Ayer's Pi Sis
Are compounded with tho view to
general usefulness and adaptability.
They arc composed of the purest
vegetable aperients. Their delicate*
sugar-coating, which readily dis
solves ill the stomach, preserves
their full medicinal value and makes
them
young.
sia, biliousness, sick headache, and
the common derangements of tho
Stomach, Liccr, and Itoirc/s;
also, to check colds and fevers,
Ayer's Bills
sv to hike, either by old or
For constipation, dyspep
Are the Best
Unlike oilier rat hart,ies, tho offert
of Ayer's Pills is to stmt f/t/ten
the excretory organs and restore to
them their regular and natural ac
tion. Doctors everywhere proscrilw
them. In spite of immense compe
tition, they have always maintained
their popularity its a j'amil// med
icine, being in greater demand
now than ever before. They arc put
up both in vials and boxes, and
whether for In
Ayer's Pills are preferable to any
other. Have you ever tried them?
si- or travel.
yer's Pills
ndl«yI»r-.T Aver & IN«., l.owci V-.»*,
i 5 .
r.
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»
nenvcuBCfie
a# s ® rf ®
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il'IIKH
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