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SED ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO.
VOLUME 18. SED ALIA, MO., TUESDAY NOVEMBER 16, 1886. NUMBER 25. THE RAG BAG. up the paper and also looks carelessly at the social column 44 Yes. There it is. I thought so. Every ame of every womau who was . n - m nri. .1 . r llf l :i 1 1 1 Dolly Discusses a r ew 01 jluc i mere except -ura. v uuns-eus. THE STRIKE. Things She Finds In It. Said Will to me the other evening Yoa see it wasn't bee use Mrs. The Batchers and the Parkers Still Holding Conferences. The Mexican Murders. San Antonia, Te.., Not. 14 K. . Robereon is a stock roan of ValTerder A BULKY RECOKI). Killed Her Betrayer V infield, Kas., Not IX A fearful tranpfiv iM'i-ii rTfti in rnnm lwnl.lk ... .. , ... :: mi.. f il .m.v,... r-nnir, ana is jusi in irom LI Kio. He 1 nr vuiummuu "neis In III Krettune House, this city, this morning be- Whillikivs didn't Xmiher Attack Made Upon the Recent Anarchist Trials. Chicago, Not. 13. A bulky package way every little party was written up, but she didn't admire the fact that bv - as I was just about to look over the I gome strange and probably uninten- rag bag Dolly, what a queer f inml IBwrffahi she had been over ble of sense and nonsense your sex , looked. That makes me pause to are, to be sure Now, when it comes t SIV . to real abstruse questions, sometimes j pretend that they do not like to tec we find women far ahead ol men, and . themselves in print. Why I know a w Deserter From the Hanks. Ill V.. I't Tlior. '.ft nn r v un.u . . , - .... - I ' . I . 1 11.1.. f 1 develops m in the packer' strike to daT ; wn.cn maoe me now cw.enrtiea auacic up The conferenceof the p-ckersand Carletoo : wn nner and his inend fkm fresh ult Q wa.iT frvdiab inr Uilioc to a nieiuuerol the exeutiTe noiru oi ine c , , 7 Y It IS verv lOUlSU ior ladio to . . , . , A. ... in hre has much excued the Mexican-. rnii:ni oi uauor. iook piace uu aiiri- says that yesterday searchers were explor i)g a clump ot weeds near the spot where Will (irinner and one of his Mexican fore men were slain. They were attracted to me m iu- mv i-niriiin nmis. .a siirni : j t i . .' . search reTealed the festering bnij of iua- ,DU1D? lour ,n n'.gni was utspatcheu daloupe Loraine. He had been atawnk , ..TmPv " T a"0r' twice snd must have died within a short uU5J T" 't'8 J10"""- t:. contained the record in the Anarchist trial tarliwn u ts ru cnhmi tu. T k t "t V f T I ment. He was one of the then again, they are too silly. Now, just listen to this," and with that air of saiis- ladv, she is a ladv too in the scn-e that she dreses well, goes out a great deal, is intelligent and reputable, a 11711 V 1 . a . m . r. taction whicn win always assumes amiable, well-bred, kind and not at- higher than m any place else, ihe con- Terence lasted until nun noon, wnen Mr. ncKn. Mr. HatelT called the attention of Messr. I.iwler and Cnffetoa to a schedu'e khdurino t Vit ratp of w mfi ltJilil nt f'lii cago and -1 1 1 r points, lie claimed that A Missouri Pacific Agent Sudden- the rate in Cbicaeo. takine into consider-1 v w ation the ten-hour daT, was 25 iier cent. i when he thiuks he has made a point, he read: 4 'There are not tailors enough iu New York who understand the art of cutting and sewing wo i en s garments to supply the demand caused by the erase among fashionable women for tailor-made garments. The demand L-w r tDem g1"0 day by day. The art w is a peculiar one, ana requires more skill than the tailoring for men-s coats, vests and trousers. The difference lies in the necessity for closely fittiug the curving figure of a tightly-laeed And bustle-adorned women, in cutting rwhose garments there is no plain Sttil iner above tne waist, such as the sim pler figure of a man presents. The shops in which women are now order ing jackets, ills! ere, waists and sacques increase faster iliin the working tai lors are able to learn the new trade. The dressmakers must be suf fering, for mauy women are now or dering whole suits made in the tailor shops.1' "Well," said I, as Will paused for breath, that does look a little silly I must confess, but Willie, did it ever m strike you that the men are to blame for that peculiar craze? "Why" no, how could the men be to blame for such a dolgasted idea as the wemea running to tailors to have dresses made?" And Will ran all a forward womau, who said o me one day "Dolly, I am candid enough to acknowledge that when I see any thing nice not flattering you know but just nice, in the papers about myself, I cut it out and put it careful ly away, so that some day my little daughter may read and be glad that her mother was worthy of attention. ' Ah ih4t was a frank, sweet woman " 1 j i i : it .i thatspoe, and yet there are cratly!thed eplorable contest. Mi. Carleton said women who would deny and keep on he had nothing to say beyond the fact that , o he hid a Terr lull and pleasant discussion m w a 'Carleton and t on-rtsman trawler weie j bowed out by Mr. Hately, who waa eTl- dently in a VERV lAITI TATE OF MIXl. None of the trio would giTe any infor mation abont the talk except to say that it was of an unofficial and purely private character. Mr. Lawler appeared very anxious to h.ire the fact of his presence kept from the public, fearing as he aid, that knowledge that he was interesting himeelf in the matter would lead the strik ers to think that the negotiations had as- WHERE IS BVLKS. Ij Disappears. per notoriety and yet would have felt just as did Mrs. Willikens, had they accidentally been omitted. You know that it is a comm n thing for men t j sneer at the tears of a woman. Th y say, some of them do, that tears are not any particular evidence that the heart is touched but rather proceeds from the time-honored privilege women have of growing hysterical and nervous. Now I le lieve that the woman who is not "touched to tears," when she is ap pealed to by pity or grandeur or any higher, purer, nobler sentiments which come direct from God, is not exactly a womanly woman and I am not alone in this be- The fountain of a wwrrwa's lean Lies closer to her heart than man's, She lives by moments, he by yean ; She pities wh re he looks askance. Fint she to act the christian part, Keener to feel for grief and pain ; Perchance it is because her heart Is less a stranger to her brain. Howbeit 'tis womanly to weep, And her sweet, sudden tear of shame Our better selves from torpid sleep To win a purer, nobler name. Dear, tender, tear-dimmed, woman eyes! How oft your tender, pitying tean HaTe liftea from M, garments wise, The pent-up bitterness of years ! How oft your tean in some dark day, Down dropping, sweet ascented thyme, On our strong hearts, haTe kissed away The stain of some intended crime. will say "yes," particularly in the last verse where he says, "How oft your tears in I me dark day Down dropping, sweet as scented th J me etc. one foot over the other and I jief either. Just read what Robert looked at me as if to say "there's a set- j og(jen Fowler says in the Brooklyn tier for you Dolly." j Marine j w m . i .? l let mm enjoy tne peculiar perog jjpp of his sex namely great superiority of judgement and then I aaid. 'You see Will, for years men have been hounding down the superfluities t 1 3 .L.J x i. or woman s aress ana ineir constant j cry has been its folderols and unnecessary fripperies. These same men never paused to consider that someday the women would take them at their word and hence when tailor made suits were adoped it was from the pressure of the masculine taste rather than through a design or desire of their own. Of course it seems silly to patronize the best tailors out if so, they have plenty of male company, for I notice that even the partner of my joys and sorrows, never goes to any but the best tailors and that even then he is hard to suit. "Yes," answered Will, but you knnw TWlip what liipnnt by "silly was well I don't exactly ' I know but somehow the fact of going to a tailor for a woman's dress, seemed to strike me in the iu the abstract, you know, as being silly. 'Oh certainly' said I, "I am glad to tear that you were struck in the ab stract and not in the pocket book for I am thinking of having a tailor made ' dress myself." Then Will looked at me, gravely opened his pocket book, sighed, shook his head and after presenting me with a postage stamp and M&ver three cent pieces as its sole con f tents, put on his hat and was prepar ing to slip out He didn't though, until I had a brand new crisp happy looking $50. greenback in my porte mouie. Will is a tease, but he is very easy managed after all and 1 am going down to Lamy's to morrow to see about that suit. Here is a curious kind of a truth which I found in the rag bag : "I do believe," said Mrs. Whilli kens, as she laid down the paper after carelessly glancing over the social columns ; "I do belive that this habil Tol writing ud every little party is of the situation, with Mr. HatelT, who is a member of tbe executive committee of the packers' association and who was in hopes that an amicable solution of the knotty problem would be reached at an early day. Mr. llatelv was also in a WW tUMMIHI FRAME OK MIND. He was willing to sny that Mr. Carletcn a the most coneivaliTe and reasonable of the many men he had talked with, but beyond this he was not willing to go. All was quiet and orderly at (be yards to-day A MOB ROUTEO. About 4:30 p. m. this afternoon a crowd of nearly 2.000 strikers gathered about the dwellirg of the Armour's employe who was attacked yesterday while attempting to i emove his household voods to anothtr neighborhood. The agiinst this man is o he is a Knight of Labor and refused to go out with the others. He again had his Mn1 on the wagons this evening when set upon by the mob. Cam pan t "E," of the Fint regi ment arrived before there was Tery much damage done and charged the Kansas City, Not. 13. Toe distppear ance of Charles J. Bylea, agent of the h aoiiri Pacific railway at LeaTen worth, is rreatihg consider ble excitement and a good deal of anxiety among friends in this city. He is well known here among the railroad men, who are unani'iuus in the theory that he has been foully dealt with. Mr. Byle has not been seeu in his office since last Vedncsdiy morning, and he last time he was seen at all was last Wednesday afternoon in the Leaven worth Union depot. We nesday evening 1 xt he met with the auditor of tbe road, whocameto make bis annual examination. The auditor is now at work on tbe accounts, but refuses to make any statement as to whether the ac counts are all right or not. By I- s took all the keys of the office with him, and' it was found necessary to breik open the safe. There are numerous theories in existence as to the cause of his sudden disappear ance, some think tha he has been fonilT dell with, others think he is short in his accounts and committed suicide. Tbe affair is a very mysterious one and his I fiends in thisCitv are universally of the opinion tha: he has met with foul play. A Hoosier Squabble. Indianapolis, Ind., Not. 13. The ten days allowed by law for the filing of notices of contest ai er an e'retion ex pired yesterday and th p i vilege has been exercised to an unusual extent. The leg nlattire elected. on Tuesdav. as ire of the btnkers . sn0wn on the face of the returns, will ing to the fact that I gUot on j0int ballot, seventf-six demo crats and seTenty four republicans, giving the democrats two majority. The repuo I icans will have control of the honse and the democrats of the senate. The coming contest hinges on the election of a United Mates senator to succeed General Harrison, and both parties will to the su preme court, and is believed to be one of the most voluminous volumes of the kind which has eTer confionted the supreme justices of this or any other state. Its cost has been over three thousand dollar, wh le in addition t he defense ha forwarded to Mi. Vernon a bill of exceptions, whic.i eoTers sixteen thousand type-written iges. The total est to the delense of the preparation of this mass ol mat ter, including the proportion paid to the Mate s attorney s omce tween tive and sixoVlock. Lillian Ouinn. a waiter girl at the Brettune Houee, ahi Frank K. Lock wood, the ball from a thfr-ty-eijrht reTolTer entering his head abwTw the left eye. She then hot herself in the head ana died immediately. Loccwud is still aliTe, but his physician thinks he can not live but a short time. The ball is still in his head and believed to he about the confer of the brain. Lnckwood has be-u well known as a conductor on thw Southern Kansas railroad and later the landlord of the Grand Central hetel at Medieine Ixdge. which business he went out cf in June last. While in thtt busi ness lie had Lillian (ninn in his employ as a waiter girl, paid her attentions anil she became infatuated with him. Sin-e then she has been with him often and has been in the employ of the Brettune house tor some time and has been fearins that nn Si-, .ii n f . f iKa record, is somewhere in the oeiehborhood : VOCIWVou w" S'."0 ? "'Jon "er ,m" of VUm. Ui,ol course, imihle for . ? " n'0l.. ' vv m w av yt v a aiic i. A this term, ami roast fluently nothine will be done beyond granting a supersedeas. This will carry the case over to January and possibly to the March term, and con sequently the winter may haTe come and gone before it is definitely known whether the prisoners will haTe another trial, or whether the conviction is affirmed. Mean while it is understood that Neebe, who was sentenced to the penitentiary, will not be taken to Joliet until the case of himself and his fellow prisoners haTe been deci- LOUISVILLE LIGHTED. mob, which lell back, company r, m.k a stubborn Hht for the nrize. Ihe then diTided into dettchmenU, which democrats haTe tiled notices of contest were stationed at the street corners in the . ijajnnt four republican members elect of vicinity. the boose, ana again -4 six of the nine a pateci. waoojf, i senators elected by the icpubl icans. The Loaded with Pinkerton's men, was sent to I charges on which these contests are based orotect the goods of the unpopular em-1 include ineligO ility on constitutional ploye. Another crowd was quickly or- grounds, bribery, corruption, etc. The i i a. w ganized ana had nearly overpowered the republicans propose to contest the seats oi Pinkerton guard, when company C, of the three democratic members of the hon?e and Anti-Law and Order. La Crosse, Wis., Nou. 13. The anti law and order, the organization of saloon keepers and others who ere opposed to the etiforcement oi blue laws, declares its in tention of renewing its crusade to-morrow. The telegraph company has so far yielded to the ' anti" element as to order that no messages excepting those on signal service or other government business shail be re ceived or sent to-morrow. The names of all street car employes, paid singers in churches and newspapers employes who are found pursuing their regular avoca cations will be taken and prosecutions in stituted next week. Despite the local ill feeling wLich prevails over this method of retaliation, the saloon is ts are apparently determined to keep it up until all the pos sibility of arranging a compromise has vanished. Then theT will submit to the inevitable. A Disastrous Conflagration Polf lowed By a Fatal Cistern Explosion. THE STORM. Snow and lee Prevail 0?er Large Extent of Country. nkerton guard, when company C, of the Kprnnd. arrivpd nn a AnnMa rinirk anil I charging through the mob arrested mx men and put the others to rout. No casus li tie are reported. m m a. a a I I larieton did not think there waf any probability of a boycott being ordered, the p ckers Having rescinded their order to employ non-union men only. Thestrikeis were disarmed to far as a bDjeott was con cerned, and the que&tion at issue was aim ply that o!' eght hours. OKDEKKO TO WORK. At a meeting of the strikers to-niht a dispatch was read by Larry from Mr. row derly, ordering the strike ott and the men o return to work. The sentiment of the Is it not prettily said ? I thiuk you 1 meeting wa equally divided and further action on ;ue matter was potiponeu in Monday. It appears that Mr. Barry had thecrder in his possession since Wednesday. He cliim to have delayed it-promulgation solely lor the purose ol saii-iying him-oh of its authenticity. THE x EXE IX TIIK M ELTINO when the order was read wax in manv re- specls an extraordinary one. Mr. Barry had not finish d the announcement before the asse mblage was in an uproar. Men .ose to their feet and shouted they would never go back. Ah, the author must have thought of a teuder, loving mother's tears when he wrote those lines a mother's tears that kept some strong, stalwart sou, whom she loved, from going astray. It is a hard heart that cau resist a mother's tears. . Thfy are a nraver iust as holy and iust as truei. Sullivan-Kyau. m. ml a ar ... m-m a kl,l o cint'fl Rata , Jsan rrancisco, tal., ot. 1,. An ap- ac.c. -'--Mi - - - "l-M peal was made yesterday by the society and well ti8 woman! v to weep" and j ior the suppression of vice, to Mayor Av . i " . i Bartlett to have him withdraw the license that poet may not be handsome from J iSulliyao.R t0. a swell society girl's point of view but ' night. But the mayor declined to lake he knows how to reach a woman's j any further action in the matter Owing uc Ik,lv"?c uv to fue fashionable entertainment giTen to- heart through a 4 woman s tears, j njc,t in the grand opera house for the ben- Next week the "rag bay' will agaiu oi the Charleston earthquake j uflerers. D j the managers of the contest haTe arranged be yours as well as one sena'or. The legislature will assem ble on Thursday, January tth, and an exc'ting time is considered certain. A Brutal Marder. DenTer, Col., Nov. IS. The murder of (ieorge R. Richardson by A. K. Arbuckle, the latter a sub-contractor on the Colorado Midland railroad, is reported. Kicharn son was bookkeeper for Arbuckle at his camp, and had been so employed for sev eral weeks. He cme from Indiana, and has been saTing his money in order to bring his wife ont to Colorado. n Wednesdsy of this weea he announced to his employer that he had save. I the money and asked for a week's leave of abs nee. He was told that if he quit at all it mut be for all time. Richardson did quit and tried to sell his time check. This so enraged Arbuckle that he seized a ham mer and killed the bookkeeper almost outright. Arbuckle gave himself up yes terday at Colorado Springs. He is re ported as a tyrant over his men. A Kansas Opinion. Kansas City, Nov. 13. '.he JowrmuC Lawrence. Kansas snec'al sav? : The au- j v m i thorities of thi city are of the opinion ' that "Jim Cummings," tbe reputed express ' robber, is a man named Parington, who was confined in the county jail here nst winter for obtaining money fraudulently, and escaped in April last. "Cummin?' ' handwriting, as published in the St. Lovil papers corresponds with that of Paring ton, and Frothingham's description of the' robber tallies with his appearance. Alter Parington's escape in April he wrote sev eral letters to the authorities taunting them upon their inability to ran him down. A HEAVY SNOW 8TO New York, Not. IS. Thw seTere now storm which preTailed throughout the state and New England yesterday evening reached here this afternoon, the a ind blow ing half a gale. White Hakes are falling now in blinding masses and incoming trains are somewhat delayed. Advices from all parts of the state show no abate ment in the storm. Should it continue through the night a serious blockade of traffic will occur. The snow fall here lasted only a short time, and the flakes soon melted. The thermometer has fa'len rapidly since sun set, and at midnigh: it is unusually cold for this season of the year, with a fierce gale blowing IN THE MOUNTAINS. Harrisonburg, Va., Not. 1. Parties coming in from West Virginia to-day re port eight inches of snow in Pendleton monntain in the Alleghenys, and still fall ing. The mercury stands at :10 degrees there, and it has been snowing all day. AT POlXiHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK. It has been raining, snowing and blow ing for the past twenty-four hours and considerable snow has fallen, but it melt ed Tery rapidly. Last night the wind tore down fences and stripped tree. The Hudson is unusually high. It isgtowing elder and all the western trains are de layed. CLEVELAND, OHIO. Northern Ohio dispatches from various towns within fifty miles of the lake report a severe snow storm y ester 'ay and last night. In many places snow fell to the depth of a loot, greatly interfering with railroading. Louisville, Ky., Not. ;:'. Three alarms at eight o'clock to-night called out all the tire engines in the city to suppress a tire which began in the middle of a handsome block ci ousiuess buildings, in the rear of Kobinon Bro's wholesale hardware store, anil spread rapidly to the surrounding buildings on the north ide of Main be tween ixth and Seventh streeN. The Hames originated in a defectiTe flue, and had such headway that Robinson's store and that of Wm. Cornwall, wholesale no tions, were completely gutted before the tire was unler control. It was thought the Louisville hotel was on firw and a great crowd gathered in time to see th i large cistern at Sixth and Main streets explode and tear up the street. This was CAUSED BY FuUL QAM There was much excitement. Two tire engines were demolished by the explnsimr aid James Connell, engineer of No. I company, was killed outright. Chas. Obst, captain of No. 9 company, had threw ribs an ' a leg broken, and Denny Hamil ton and Sam Scanlcn. firemen, were Dain- fully injured. The tire was un der control bT 9 o'clock but not before it had spread ai to the stores of L. L Warren boots and shoes and Craunian and Shutileworts wholesale clothing. These building were only sligtly damaged by the ft re bat the stocks suffered by water. Following are the .LOSSES AND INSURANCE. Robinson Bros, loss on stock and building, 18000, insnred $6000. Wra. Cornwall building and stock, $6000, iesured $. 000. L. L. Warren loss on stock, $70,000 insured, $60,000. The other losses willow about $10,000, coTered bT insurance. MCE NOT tflCB. Dolly. A Church Burned. Pittsburg, Pa., Not., 13. St. Peters Cathedral in Allegheny City, one of the finest church edifices in the country, was destroyed by fire at an early hour this morning The loss isestimated at $150,000. that Sullivan and Ryan shall not appear until 11 p.m. The men will tight with ( four ounce gloves and under the revised ' (jueensberry rules. SulliTan's manager says to-night that the match will not last fifteen minutes, that Sullivan intends to I knock Kyanout so suddenly that he wont even give the police a chance to lnterfen. The great bulk of the male population is on tbe tip-toe of excitement at the pros pect of a "clean knock out." The Full lie turn. Jeflerson City, Nov. 13. The official returns complete show the next legislature to be democratic on joint ballot by a majority of forty -four, a loss to the dem ocrats of one senator and thirteen in the Champion Ltogs. Abiline, Ks., Nov. 13. The great west ern field trials closed to-day under Tery favorable circumstances ; the win ning dog- were ss follows: all ages ; Stake Lufra got first rod, house including three elected as ind.pend- and Ruby Buck el lew 2d. The next trials en t democrats. , will no doubt be run here next year ami the birds will be more plentiful and tbe burs will be less. A Bier Snow. abominable. Here's a column about Lockport, N. Y., Nov. 13. It began week, all the Dames and everything, i "j finaliJ aLl eleven 'c,,ock A, j: - i io-oay. iue snow ian uas oeen irooi aw c i m was ivw xi nu m 4.1 C C3AAJLI A- T uo ULiiw. Fatally Burned. Jacksonville, Texas, Not. 13 The little daughter of Lon Pierce, a hotel cook, was Rescuing a Murderer. Raleigh, N. C., Not. 13. Dr. T. C. Pow ell, a physician of high social and profess iocal standing, shot and killed Wm. Sharp, a son of state representative elect John J. Sharp, in a bar room in Rocky Mount last evening. The shooting was done in a delirium of drink. Dr. Powell was given into the hands of a deputy to be committed to tbe Tarbarro jail. When hall way between Rocky Mount and Tar barro, at 11 p. m., fiTe of Powell's friends met and took the prisoner from the deputy. Perhaps. Washington, D. C. Not. 13. 1 a. m. For Missouri, fair weather, slightly warmer in the southern portion, stationary temperature in the northern portion, var iable winds generally southwesterly. For Kansas and Nebraska, fair weather, cooler variable winds. The i irangers. Philadelphia, Pa., Not. 13. At the morning session of the patrons of hu baodry to-day, J. B. Clardy, of Kentucky, spoke of the "defects of the United States signal service system. Tne committee on agriculture was instructed to inTenigation the matter and report. J. J. Bingham of Ohio, was re-elected a member of the executive board. It was resolved to com mend to the earnest suppoit of every farmer the centennial annWersary of tbe framing of the constitution of the L'nited States and to urg the gorernon of the stales and territories to send dele mites to the conTention to ba held here December 2. It also rssoWed to rcouest President level asd to encourage the celebration Messrs. Darden. of Mississippi, and K. Hone, of Pennsylvania, were appointed to see that the intentian of the resolution was complied with. Terrific Sea Wares and Rain Storms DeTaVHtatiiig France. Paris, Nov. 12. The city of Nice has been visited by enormous waTes from thw Mediteranaen. The water swept away the quays and tke promenade on the Anglais plantation. Upward of a 100 people were cirried off their feet and the quay and promenade covered with sand. Ihe devastation wrought by the waTes extends two miles along Nice water front. AT LAKJSXf which is twenty-five m:les from Nice. fierce storm has been raging and three ves s Is are known to have been wrecked. Men standing on the quays were carried out to sea on the immense waves. The Croisette prominade was destroyed. A rain amounting to almost a deluge has been, falling for four days at Gap, the capital of the department of Haules Alpes. A NUMBER FO HOUSES have been destroyed by the dooUs resulting from tbe water fall. The city of Aix is so badly floaded that trtvel inthe streets i impossible except in boats. In ?Xinie two parishes are under water and a third is isloted by floods. Five Victims. Sheffield, Pa., Not 13.-Last night tne boiler of the Milton Mapes miii explode I. killing the owner and his son. tweWe years old. Three employes were probably fatally injured. A Mugwump Talk. Ga-h.l I was coming from Washington just after the election, when the un certainty of the result caused qpMl conclusions to be drawn. The corres pondent of one of the chief mugwump papers of this country said to me: Cleveland is about all of the dtmo cratic party we mugwumps want, f think,'' said" he, "that the late elections show that he alone is strong of his was: party. Bill Morrison andjCarlider antl nearly all that set, sneeren a Cleveland", and at heart disliked him. The president has broken them upv Carlisle goes back to congress with his tail drooping, and Morrison is left at home." Marshall's Blaze. Died In Jail- Houstin, Texas, Not. 13. J. A. Wiltz, cousin of ex-governor Wiitz, of Louisiana, died in jail yesterday of lung complaint. He had been arrested for fraud at the in stance of a noeelty agent. A Mistake. Wellington, Not. 13. A mistake dis- i coTered in the footiojr of tue election s buupsT uiunuug. . hl w ten mches j and g Q0W lhaw- , lauily burned yesterday while playing with , ro Alter sne goes ner taay inena takes ' slowly. 1 urc 10 the absence of her mother. Mrs. Cleveland, besides being act excel leu t whip, is said to be a horse woman of no small experience. It is reported that she intends to become an active member of the Horse wo men's Club of Washington. Post Dispatch. If reports are true, the howe- ii tr i . mi woman s ciuo at wasnmgion, win Marshall, Mo., Nov. 13,-The large new returns from the eighty-fifth representative laDgUj6n it it depeuds on Sirs. Cleve- residence of Mrs. Jane Berry man, was de- district, mates a ajnerence oi nTe Toies in , for mm tm& stroTed by fire at 7;30 this morning. Loss tsvor ot BottcroB, KepuDlican, e"nlw .jdk him by four majority. come.