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HALT FOREIGN PAUPERS. ; . -THE NATIONAL DEBT. ' rrv U(? impctuoce cT"5 U. T RAZ1L IS FROM PEACEFUL. Peixotto May Have to Appeal to the Army, THE BLACKBURN DISAS TER. Canted bv a Gasometer Notes From the Other Side of (he Big Pond, By Cable. THE BRAZILIAN SITUATION. Santiago, Dec. 1. Dispatches received here from Brazil state that the outlook there, is far less peaceful than is given out by the officia tatements. In fact, the situation if dangerous in the extreme and erious conflicts between the troops f the new President, Peixotto, am the troops of the province of Rio Grande Do Sul are anticipated The latter have lapsed into a state o riotous insurbordination ana threaten trouble. One portion o them is in favor of maintaining the independence of Hio Giande Do Sul mad another faction is in favor of a re-union with the United States of Brazil on the ground that all dis content was removed when Marshal Da Fonseca resigned the dictator ship. President Peixotto has not jet given up all hope of restoring rder in Brazil generally, and par ticularly in Rio Grande without an appeal to the army, but it is report ed that the new president has de termined, should all peaceful argu nents fail, to appeal to the sword, and to leave no stone unturned to maintain the integrity of the Uni te! States of Brazil. DARING ROBBERY. A Train Held Up Almost Within the Limits of St. Louis. B The United Press. St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 1. One of the most daring train robberies that has occurred for years was perpe trated on the St. Louis & an Francisco road, almost within the limits of St. Louis, last night Passenger train No. 3 on that road left the depot last night at 8:20. The limits of the city had been passed, and the engineer was just preparing to make up for lost time, when four men, who had boarded the train at Old O rchai d, climbed over the water tank and coal and covered the fireman and the engi neer with revolvers Two got on the front platform of the express car next to the engine'and two others moun ted the rear platform of the express car between that car and the postal car. After the train left Old Or chard the two men on the forward platform climbed over the tender of the engine and placing a revolver at the head of engineer Wagener and another at the firemen's face, commanded them to stop the train. The engineer brought the train to a standstill at a point just east of the station at Gleii- dale and immediately two other men who evidently were in waiting at that point drew revol vers and beran a fusilade into the air to intimidate the train men and passengers. The robbers on the rear end of the express car called on the messenger to open the door and upon his refusal to do so, they placed a stick of giant powder un der the door, which on exploding badly shattered the rear door but not enough to permit the robbers to enter the car. They then made the messenger open a side door and two of them sprang into the car and forced onen the safe and secured its contents. All time the men on the kept shooting off revolvers and ground CAUSED BT A GASOMETER. London, Dec. 1. Five more bodies have been discovered in the calling to the people on the train ruins caused by yesterday's explo- t0 keep inside the cars. The rob- ion at Blackburn. The explosion bers took the messenger's revolver, was caused by a defect in a gaso meter. The man who had charge f ths gasometer has been arrested, but was released on bail. mild wntrh arid a emull nm cS money. After the robbers had se cured all the money, envelopes and packages in the sate, they jumped from the car, and calling to their Rev. Thos. Dixon, Jr.. Says Congress Should Check the Immigration Evil. New ork Herald. The Rev. Thomas Dixon, Jr.. preached his sermon iir Association Hall Sunday, with remarks about the immigration scandal brought to light in the thraid through K. om- missioner Schulteis' trip to this country in the steerage. That the Commissioner made the trip as an assisted immigrant, Mr. Dixon said, stamped his story as true. "Let us not forget," said the preacher, "that the enormous wealth and progress of this free nation is the reMilt, in a large measure' of ... ... . : i ... . i : ; liming! ai ion. jut mere is hijuiuci side full of warning and danger. "During the past. few years there has been pouring from somewhere a stream of deadly poison into the heart of the American nation. It has resulted in polluting and de bauching the nation's lite at the centres of civilization. The atmos phere of our great cities has become fetid with the death-dealing air of a moral plague. This poison in the blood ot ihe nation is manifesting itself airaiu and a'irain in violent ruptions on the body politic. We see it in the degradation of munici pal polities. "We see it in the riots that have at times swept the nation with law less fury. We hear it in the click of the gutis of the Vigilance Commit tees of San Francisco. We hear it in the crush of bombs in Chicago and the growls of hatred and defi ance that yet issue from those dens of desperation. We hear it in the crash of the assasin's gun in New Orleans, and then in the roar of an outraged populace as they sweep the streets in fury and riddle the bodies of the accused. We hear it in the accent of the professional this o-ggar as he crowds our thorough- ta-es, and see it in the ever increas ing degradation and utter hopeless ness of the poor in our cities. How long can it continue and the nation be safe? "It seems to me that it is time we uau ceased to trine witn this problem that holds for us such tre mendous consequences. The time has come for Congress to do some 7 importance of keepingthetloodia a Pure condition is ; universally known, and yet there are ' veryfewpeopiewho ! Have Tifrfn . oviuiuu, saic rheum ritVlAT fnnl linmnr its Vi The Monthly Statement of the Finan cial Jugglers. . .jx By United Press. W ashington, D. C , Dec. 1. The 1 Mftlwi .r?!?e5T Pe U montuly debt statement issued from other foul humor is heredited and transrr"'01" the Treasury Department to-day for generations, causing untold suffering arr! shows a reduction in the aggregate i we accum--te Pon and germs 5 d n ii i ' 6a,s6 Irom .v.. . of the debt dunug the last month : breathe, T 17 Jh e of $2,024,986.92. There , was a we eat, or W nnw l?a vr i . i a ! w rfrinv II II II II If "r and iruuuuuu uui lug iiuveuiuer or . II I 640,679 in the ion-interest bear- j V,! II ii.f? debt and 929.4fi0 in ! ri" T.e, l U 0 ... 7 " the debt on which inter est has ceased since maturity; and an increase of $150 in the interest bearing debt and a decrease of $545, 002.08 in the surplus cash in the Treasury. The aggregate of inter est and non-interest bearing debt to day less $39,120,917, net cash bal ance or surplus and the $100,000, 000 gold reserve; is $838,613,068. The cash in the Treasury to-day ag gregates $748,356,750; made up of 271,843,193 in gold coin and bullion, $412,898,340 in silver coin and bullion, $43,108,305 in paper money, and $20, 506,911 deposited in National banks. Against this aggregate amount there arc liabilities to meet gold and silver and currency certifi cates in circulation amounting to $509,221,509, and currency liabili ties amounting to $40,000,123. The gold coin and bullion found in the IVeasury to-day aggregates $271,- 843,193, an increase of nearly $8,000,000 during November, and the silver fund amounting to $412,- 898,340 is about $3,000,000 more than it wa3 a month ago. -V4C IS more nn Proven C. H. Y A ill A power of Hood's Sarsaparilla over all diseiI ' ' oi the Wood. This medicine, when fairly : 1 U'V .vu, uwa vav. viwj uate oi sernfni-i . ; (' r salt rheum, removes the taint which cauv lWt F,. 1 CAtarrh. nfntrn1l7P C! ... -V K. P 0) M nisi BOUND TO BEAT HABB1S0N. catarrh, neutralizes the acidity and cures rheumatism, drives out the germs o malaria, blood poi soning, etc. It also vitalizes and en riches the blood, thus overcoming that tired feeling, and building up the whole system ' Thousands testify to the superiority of flood s Sarsaparilla as a blood purifier. Full infor mation and statements of cures sent free. ' MoocFs i airsaparilla i Sold by all druggists, f 1 ; six f or f5. Prepared only ' by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass ! IOO Doses One Dollar ! At K r, 0f: Mail Pa : 0. 1. J9Kr NOTICE" gl ARcnmsiiop ok aix. Paris. TW.. 1. Svpral WJlnJ confederates on the locomotive to thing, and that in dead earnest " papers are asking the government the engineer start the train. to demand that the Vatican depose The engineer slowly started the ...... I.. ... ii i Played With the Bomb. tie Archbishop of Aix. The Thunderer Speaks. By Cable London, Dec. 1. The Timet in its financial article to-day divides the bondholders of the State of Vir ginia into three classes. First, those wbo would accept an early settlement of any kind so they may train and the robbers jumped from the car to the ground. The robbery took place at almost .By United Press. London, Dec. 1. Five boys while the same spot where the famous Phiyin? on th l)eacb at Southamp- r rothinjrham robbed a 'Frisco train on the night of October 17th, 1886. ON THE RA0E COURSE. ton found a bonb embedded in the sand. They did not know what it was and bt-gan playing with it,toss- ing it from one to the othfcr'and rolling it along the shore. IThile they were encaged in their sport the By the United Press. GuTTENnuRG, N. Y., Dec. 1. bomb exploded and pieces of it flew secure a profit from the bonds whieh First race, J mile: Maggie Beck in every direction. One of the boys 1 1. 1 1 1 .1 I C A. ' i. J X- a 1 II .1 l-ll n nc uuuui cuenpry. oeconu, ly si, aiupu&i, siuonu, mary x. inira; was insiani ly Kiiieu, another was so badly injured that he is now dy ing, and the other three were so se verely wounded that small hopes are entertained of their recovery. those who are dissatisfied time 1:164. run ine preseni scneme oeconu race, o iurionjrs: unce because they paid a higher figure Again first, Knick-knack (tilly) sec ivr ineir oonus. xniru, inose wno ono, uomance inira; time ill lose by the scheme, but who 1 turd race, a furlongs: Holmedel iesire the matter settled, so as to (colt) first, Alma T. second, Alli- facihtate further railway enterprise, quippa third; time 1:03. tc. Ihe second class is largely in hourth race, 1 mile: Kimberly the majority, and if they will only first, Saunterer second, Blitzen wait patiently and remain firm, third; time 1:41 3-4. they will get better terms, because Fifth race, 5 furlongs: Tormen the business community of Virginia tor first, Sirrocco second; Mohican third; time 1:014. rill insist upon a settlement. They May Get Back. By United Presa.-v Washington, Dec. 1. The post office has received no information fficially in regard to the dismissal of Democratic employees by the postmaster at Poughkeepsie', N. Y. Steps will be taken, however, to in- Testmate the matter and if it is found that the employees were dis missed on political grounds they will in all probability be reinstated. Yellow Fever in Brazil. By th3 United Press Rio Jankiuo, Dec. 1. There i; an alarming increase of yellow fe ver at this port. The disease has assumed so serious a form that the embarkation of frovprnmpnt trnnn Sixth race, 6J furlongs: Gloster for Rio Grande do Sul and Santa first Tom Hayes second, Faux Pas Catalina has been temporarily third; time 1:22. pended. The New York Democracy. Indiana Republicans Who Have No Love For the President. By United Press Fort Wayne, Tnd., Dec. 1. Ex Congressman White, who presided at the anti-Harrison meeting at In dianapolis last Saturday, has con firmed the printed report of that meeting. He said: "The purpose of our meeting was to work against Harrison's nomina tion. There is a strong opposition to him throughout the State and if he is nominated I have little doubt that he will be defeated. Our meet ings are for the purpose of crystal- izing Republican sentiment on this point and to show to the Republi cans of other States, that if Harri son is renominated he will have strong Republican opposition right here in Indiana." 'If Harrison is renominated what will you do?" "We will neither work for his election nor vote for him. I do not love Harrison's administration, and I think if he is renominated no will be beaten. In case of a positive declination from Blaine to accept the nomination the support of the anti-Harrison men will go to Mc- Kinley, Alger or Gresham." The next meeting of the Indiana Anti-Harrison League will be held in this city. Captain White is one of the most influential Republican I'uiuiciaiis in nit; oiare. lie car ried this district, which has a nor mal Democratic majority of several thousand, and was only beaten for re-election because he worked hard er for Harrison's success than his own. He has been totally ignored by the administration. W.RHolloway, manufacture: of Carriages, Buggies, sus- His Commission Cancelled. By United Press Washington, December 1. The Department of State is informed that Don Ernilio Puyo, Chilian eonsul general at San Francisco, Cal., has ceased to have any con nection with the Chilian govern ment at that port his commission having been cancelled by the Chilian government. By United Press. j New York, Dec. 1. At the meeting of the Democratic State Committee held at the Hoffman House to-day Wm. F. Shcehan was elected a member of the National Democratic Committee in place of HermanOolrichs, resigned. Are solu tion was adopted declaring that in the opinion of the committee it would be detrimental to the best interests of the State and the Dem oeratic party for Governor Hill to relinquish his office as Chief Mag istrate until the expiration of the time for which he was chosen, and it is the sense of the committee that the best interests of the Democratic party would be subserved by hold ing: the National Convention in this city. ' pen Ex-Dictator Fonseca. is now in one of the palaces, guarded by sol- cners. The Minors Pardoned. T' . ... .. r-x Farm waoons Carls, Wheelbarrows, Etc, Repairing, Painting, and Trimming, Done with i P.w ... . . j ma 03 V -4 Dett-n-.ber.lv. a " ; of land ia St. Mc-t" 'coun'vrf vVnVm',-. i land rf Mr. K'.-v 3''U U UTI' e i-.r:'-. ! I Ktrts. r;.':of !IJ:.: ; Hua is m an ev b' sewrHl zA i :! Ea-t ' VJiv.rrr. i F;leib. ai ivi'-.-.l i-IoLe, K v lure- I Te-msof sale: V4: in f-ixanir'nt-rr.'.:.;. wn n hum fn-r ttrt :: rd i' -lyrr.Hii-. ;i purchase nivu-viit- Xeat.iess, Dnnibility and Desnatch. Fain I!-: Ii.. Call at shop for nrices. 114 East Davie Street, spl7-tf XMAS 1891. The Largest Stock of O Y In ttie State. s ill ki: 1 ,:ifr??tvsr j in trici " J Kactorr.on 8C(1 three t,uL.. j 340 acres vr. j .- : uir-r on Tt:'.c .-- onttnliC"-"" . I y-jacrKa'---.. twoaL-ta-Cri-I pabaw 'o-toa V. I Prettiest assortment etc. in the State. of Novelties, f !Hn.ltb:ert: ; : 75atretr, i - - ... We have been in the toy tnvle for long time, and with our Experience Ano Monej ; y tb8 Uoite l Press. eel. The pardon by Pres. Carnot of Pas do Calais miners convicted of taking part in the re cent riots bus created a feelin"- of decided uneasiness among the bour geois class, by whom the leniency of Carnot is regarded as an incite ment to strikes and violence.- The movement received firm support in its rigorous treatment of the trobles in the district. Cure Your Corns by Using Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint; for corns, bunions and warts, it ia Mr. Balfour on HomeBule. By Cabte. London, Dec. 1. Mr. Balfour, First Lord of the Treasury, speak ing at Huddersfield to-day, said the Unionists were all agreed that it was the duty of the government to provide local government for Ire land if it could be safely done. Unless they were able to found a bill on the broad basis adopted for Great Britain and unless it were to be accomplish ed without menace or alarm to the smallest minority in Ireland, the matter had better be left alone. It was his own belief that was possible to fulfill all the necessary condi tions, Doubtless that bill would transfer the power of landlords in the southwest to other hands Unless this proved likely to enable the dis. loyal to injure the loyal it was not a reason to reject the measure. we are able to offer an urns snail y imf assortment of novelties ami toys tlr.s year. As to prices, everybody who ever bonght anything from u? knows tht we 1 ii X fee!, t" I wo I tb.-re ; frrjn:-t-tke:. i A r ' tor i -er-i' ! 'iee::p" 1 1 ' i- i rr-- SHOP-: Sell Our Goods Gtep w We have our stock nearly coinnle' atid new things arriving every c; ; Call and see the pretty Xmas Goods. We will be pleased to show you. WOOllGOtt 14 E. Martin St. ! A ' JpOR RENT. Furnished, on Hillshor ;' - il large front room on first Ho r ?. 1-" ingtooneor two penlfinen. !Yrxe' jnientto business and very ieMiHiie. I Apply at thiB offic no-tf. .V r.