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THE TELEGRUI IIEILVLD, THTRSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11 1C32.
IT'S IN THE AIR. PARXELL'S PLAN. N t 'Ki IV J "d r,--" b.'fc-.id ' : '-t!fcg u-. t vt - . .a t rr;fi i H.i.; i tt,r-- Lti .' .: r -t; jk- tie dfc'.r vt. w 1. :f fM' l!vL Kvti WltB JksJ lUC IB ttjf t.. Ii;i'.a ul t"- it ! U . ; t j t'. m ill r x- t. '.lii f . i U. L.-v us La vf tie t-t.-t t'-u t- b ",.. .'.' 0r tt l :y .:t.: :. iu.i U 1V; 1 it :j-i Ut:a- L-J-i--''. m It ui tlx !vie v:e I -t 1.. t rji.f i. r.i 'ttU; II o::i .rt the Oits'ti Ocruis or ITS S?2EiD U maiCA FELDICTED. I10Y IELUSD SHOULD IE COMFAFD. La. MtObid l.rii'p H Ihilutlriit l - j I . 1 1 Cat. i frt. till: V f t s p rtd f v !l I I IIP r3 .1 i v ""y,.?. i-teil !llUJXu u u s HIE BARGAIS STOKE! ., 43 and 45 Monroe Street, TKUTII TIL A I) VKRTISERS! OSer Thii Week Ouiy, All Our n ! Ij S AT COST ! Ccrne and .v il wc (!or.'t do as we say. Fwryth:::g, in llol.day Good at Moderate Trices. l . . JL jrti n .'6 y All 1 X .. wan;', h .1 - r-- t 1 s. "".mm-- nun fit M l , 'H ?L, 41 oU tin U -. IT5 Hl-i!!tM iPRlf tb4t iaiuca, ta d:.- wt'..'t t ciei to e. oh isuou:.: ia K - Frkr. -, AusUa, ai ta la HttU ti.-OV-f ) t:-4t ttf il5c-.i; L ;. L ti-vil j-c-vjpU ta:l:aei to;tribte wiae :a : hre, 1 rtA j cauel by ti:'.rr:i, Tl i'rrn:! of iaiueai were duf.M tro-iri tLe a'.ir.vaphfcro t.err lit t-ro-Lt our by tb stixsfcip w4ltby to broker uf tils Cltjf no lines with his vif tLf Vial5-."r Hotel, wis attacktd by ,lien iizziasi, ccorsyalHl by cce. Mr. Wheeler eyeifbt Uo aCectei, aal for tioie Lis sufrr were o iata tht, a be afUr vir4 exprfd it, he thought he wi goiD? criy. Ia grt alarm his witn at for htr pbylcia, wao bliere Mr. Whelr h4 led all ta other guests at th Windsor in devolopiaj a wall-defined of influenza. The Klamroth family ar still ineering, but are jettia alon 3 couxfjrtably as can be exect el Dr. Ramoa Gaitera. of the Board cf Health, male aa o2icul report on their cas to Dr. Edsoa Tueaiay. Hi- report showed that the of tb proni attacked r&nsfei from 60 to 4. Thera waa no apparent cauise far tins disease, except that ctrtala members of the fam ily hal reoratly nceiTd letters from Kurope. The first ease was that of MIm Grtrud Klamroth, who stated that sh had reciveI a letter from Ku rope the day before the attack. Tho seizures were a day apart, except th lat four, which developed at the rat1 of two a day December 14 aad 15 re spectively. Dr. Ouiteras declares that his exam ination showed the patients to be about as ill a a person with a bad rold. Th. duration of the dUcase seemed to be two days and upward. Tho pitients RtaUvl that the sufTerin from th catir rhai symptoms wa.s nothing in oom p.irison with the great feeling of prostration. Dr. Kdson, chief inspector of contagious diseases, has no doubt that the disasw is infectious. Hedoc not believe, howerer, that it in dan gerous. This is Dr. Edson'n remedy for th in fluenza: Take a 10 per cnt. solution of quinine and sray the afilictcd mem brane freely an frequently. At intar f als during tln day a pill 'oinpost'd f thre grains of quininr. one-eighth of a grain of camphor, and one-quarter of a grain of the extract of belladonna. This will have the etfect of destroying the bacteria and also aiding in building up the debilitated system so that when the disease has left other diseases may not follow. Tho inf!uen7a in the form in which it is now making the rirouit of the globA is nothing, so far as symptoms and effe.-t go, but a bad rold. It begins with watering of the eyes, running of the noso and general irritation of the mucous membrane f the throat, and nostrils. Tt is attended with the aching bones. burning eye, dull head and general weariness and digust with life that attend a bad coll. It i like hay fever, rxeept that its course is short and it drr s not appear to have the tendency toward asthma that erives added t rror to the fever. Its in- direet tffects upon the patient depeni upon the rircumstaures i of tho attack and the tempera- ment f the victim. It has in many i caes abroad been followed by t)ie : breaking out. of ;i rash and other indica j tior.s of serious rifertinn, ,m tlie doctors ; say that the rah is n ally only an indi- j cation cf a feverish tndenry in the pa- j tint, heightened by the influenza. It has also been stated that pneumonia j and pleurisy were natural results t of th inf. u"r..a. but here again :!. d(-- ; tor- inis-, th.i? thee disea-es, where ! they have followed t':,c i nf i.en7 i. b : e ' ' Jcf'Tj due to other ''auses with which the J I ir.f!r,r!za l.a-. if .ny -.nn ! i-ti. ! AH d ers of uuneji'-o iire , nl abroad errn n agree tht ' there is n-'thing dar.srerous about the , epidem'e, arid that vrn ils unnleas- . t. .'. slior? t.:r,- in , ;r to ten days tho " di'ejsft in Iv:rope. ; Da .r jl. s.-v that there is rot lung iti th" dimit' or br'at.on of New York to , tml flay lhs league. Ji New Ycms. I. HTfc ruyrr N.'i ml I.agof lUe-li:i club re-v.f-rd it.s scftal. a iu the Fifth A ri' liutrl T.-iay Ri prc-eded t ii- tL rUtlvK vf tte clut t tie u? ar.i ta Ke..e;ry rules fvr tteu Uliktv-e. TLt- u.o.st of Xl.tr !,ri..n m:oq -a cp.wi iu dopt.L, fcet tf ty-iiS. At tte f tf rnOQ Atssiion the report v? the cvrurr-Utee on jUyins rule- taken '-p. The rtost importa:it r'tfAg a.iia was a provision to Lav two ua p;rea at ea:h gixf. On is to stn i be Llni the tat aad the othor will W ta tiocei ia the field. They may chinga places after each ianinj. Another change enlarifes the pitcher's box. At preat it is 5S by 4 fett, but the new rulj Diait it 6" by 4 fctL Tim Krefe's ball was adopted. The report of the law committee was the first matter taken up at tho evening fet-iaion. II j Its adoption Juie Henry Uivcn was engaged as the general coun tol of the league, with jKjwer to employ the best legal talent in the various citira at Lbs own discretion. Judge IUeon was instructed to carry on not only a defen sive but an aggressive campaign, and Stxretury Urunnell was ordered to meet all the legal expenses out of the gen eral fund. Chairman Vanderslice, of the committee, reported that two of the ableJt lawyers in Philadelphia had already been engaged to care for tho eases of Bufdnton and llallman. The constitution and articles of agreement were adopted and ignd for theclubs by their representatives on the board of directors. No communication was received from the St. Louis club in relation to an ap plication for membership and It is likely that there will be none, as Pittsburgh, the doubtful city, haseoine forward with its f',000 and signed the constitution and articles of agreement with the other clubs. Lor:. Dov li - L-x.;; iii o:td:pui a..i ttifit vuit. siurr:ed w li. 1 1 t.Lrr. Gfv'i ti -i-ttf r. aed TC urv Tuesday iuorr.g and killed tl e I'A t:r. with hatcLet. TLe itunlif ti arreted 1 tb father r d re-ts-rl to Ut u: In at t.CU.e le e tf t: le.v.f a feid iriuer wud vt ;titf.lts i:tivuit. Tie Uy rtcaici 1: ft It r rf j roof TO FREE NEEGE. Another Strong F.Oort to !$ Slacle to s. cure th ConTlcted AnarrhUt'i I'ar don. ('inr Ar.o, Dec. IS. The members of the grand jury that indieted t he Anar chists are about to make another appeal to Governor Fifer fur Iho pardon of Oscat W. Neebe, who was sent to Joliet under a senteneo for !ifteen years. Mr. K. S. Dreyer, the well-known banker, who was one cf the grand jurors, has become convinced that Nee bo is suf fering unjustly, and is exerting himself to secure his pardon. The petition is signed by many prominent public men, including the grand and trial jurors, and tho$e active in the movement bop to obtain the signatures of tho judge and State's Attorney. If these are given the pardon will he confidently expected. It is asked on the ground lhat Neehe was borne on the night of the tragedy, bad no part in the conspi racy to murder and has been already severely punished for sonio wild talk, which was his only offense. HEAVY DAMAGES FOR A BOY. Awarded Thirty Ihouwnd Dollar for m l.'i't l.rs and a I'roken Arm. Fu.r.M'iNK, Te.. Dec 1 v- In thedis trict court a jury gavo Noel Chapman, a 10-year-old boy, a verdict for Sv;. 0f) damages for loss of a kg and the breaking of ;m arin by an ac--i'len: n the International t irea. North? hivirs! railroad n rai s i., the against a I he jury ant e ::. s w in oi-t each '"a-. Fro:- f, gener ll perio 1 of t i y. T! erdiet ever renderel on-. run v in Texas. wa- cut only twenry-:lve minute. Chap man was an employe. Thf MIH Yt Inter. F.r oo'ttNo i ov. 111., 1. c. is. Danle lim in full bloom were p;.-kd here Tuesday and lawns and pat;;r-s are as green a-thevwre in rr. ci ; :r. rr.'-r. A Second crop of poo'l apples !i,r, ju! b"ert t -:i-!." l;.t Mo ;Ti Pula-.i ani Fu-.-oln in I.ogan County. Son.e of t varieties of street ar. 1 door- are a- green and vigorcr two months asro. The v e r; t h e r is h ?. v i n 7 upon );c May t rade, sore throat and trial ion f !t . hardier r-v,rd w "Is as t hey v eri u Treasonable a deprei.irir rfert aivl there i-, n.uch inal tr. .h. A Itloo'lr rr. a e he-". lifle burg. Pa -iv F- y rr-4 It will probably. m.lbr hre 4hiu 5r 1 . I.4'.- - ilar.v c' vr: lt- y fay, 1 " in t. peter -e-, i rr t h in r KVTOM V. Chsrios P'iso reb d in -o T,. re ar. 1 W 4 la4. r V e f '(i v.-: leg. pe. r.i '.am 7. i;-rr- )' Ko ur. I f 1 To'- "Ty e - An e- ii o -4ar4c n l;r. in l-'-a4 ;cr, A r '.' i 1 1 r ft,.: r ' v.p -li -;n a ia I8"", g'4 to iep t l r n Yc II- N Ir. i M-y . irrb r-r i ir.i4i ii i. ,r.s H 4 h ' 1 1 " rr. a r - ha br r ' fce -nre half a ' T' - : r. !g v i-cr fir. r. I U. Van V' ,-. -. - i T-'E DESTITUTE DA K C NR. HE OWNS UP. Henry Jones, Ono of tha NaT tie en Riotdre, ConU tscs. HOW HE UURbERLD MR. F0S1LR. Aflar Atluiptlns lu Uttliot 111 Ileal dei.e. with Dinaiuitr, H- ltak Uul tt l.'.U of lila ict.m with Hatchet. A tfloRBicrr x irr roxrr.Hrn. FaniMot-r. Ml , IK-c. IS. In the trial of the Navassa rioters Henry Jonts confetaed that he killed Thomas I Foster "No cii& tad I laud euough to throw the dynamite, and 1 lit four ani Ihrtsw them at the Loute. Afterward 1 wat with James Parley, George S. Key and William Jackson, alia 'Pluck Jack,' to the magazine to get more dyna mite for out protection iu the barracks, but not to throw at th toute. I gave Key the pUtol of Mr. Koby in order to protect Lims-df. and kept the hatchet In my pocket. While returning from the maguine. and when near the tank, Mr. Foster ran out. 1 struck him across the abdomen with my hatchet. Mr. Foster said Oh,' and turned around with hi hand in Lis pocket. I haw be had a razor and I jumpd behind hi in and cutbim in the back. Mr. Foster then fell and I dropped my hatchet and picked up the razor. As I was going to the officers' quarters I met William Harnett, alias 'Richmond Shorty.' (a Government witness) who had Mr. Fales' gun, whlh I took away. Jamca told me he had fixed Mr. Fales. No one aw me when I struck Mr. Foster, and no one of the witnef.sr-s who have bo testified could have seen me. I did not cut Mr. Falep and did not see him that dar." I (O l l I Uitt't tJWO l 1 I nts LoMoa. IVrc. Mr iVrue l u X-.. t b a ireat k t-w d n i lk tmii! at Nv if.t t u I ;.dy and prt-e-.-i wttl uiitgUa g roai! ki d r: trr 1 n 1 1 afM-rcovO te tilreafd a large neellt.j: li. teply ti the spcb rrnt i..dt ty Ia"1 rsa'.ifct'urr Mr tic-il dr. l!t d that Here Lc o r had l-eii a n-vetnei.l vf au-.-t. U:aftUtud U thf iocriir whl,h wa ts.i i oUijarat. ei frer fu-;;. cr:i .e a t : e l.ud Lt ue t.tea.eiit Tlf .t ;e-t of i the Lu-.Lr rule u oven e r.t, he sa'l, v ; t regenerate Ire Jar i. etpecia! iy will rjrard to er Jiiduktrial c.u.d'.t ci.. Manvfactuie ii.'.gtt be dete.ojfa '. ffUCh hU t il Lt at to J.a it lie ' atra'.n uC tt.e iaid .ud : le ' the prople to ;ov-.k t i ti t r j than farm'.r.g for gaUa.g a !:::.g; ! lribi industries - not at tt.e es )!.- f ' the Kngitat. ex-heoLfr but of tie lrl xchf'j 'ct r, ot , t.t - t v! all, ILrww'l tt.e effort of local ar.d indiid..ai t:.ur rriae and with i riale carital. Mr four'a plan f inuklt.g railw j impvt er:hed din nets wa a penditure r f ir.s:iy . Home rule, th- .-peaker r.atlvual regti-eiution. :,.! ti: tlloi.cL talu ti the it genn at.ot. 1 1. the iiid utitriul u i.ii the people If !.. - wouid Lot div . . of Lag land t f ; ' trial U( t-lo :. : . ! w o jld be jvulu l ly e:r j loyt-l ir.r 1 now, to nairsts.il iu ! o frat:d and tr of tr.at sort land to get and bead abo e w ;! r ercise and d-ciop tL j..-r pie that she w cjlc exhibition for the woi tn ; 1;. trio :! ftt - tt . ri . ) ' o;i.v t It.g ! .1 the aii d bd t aula 1 H-.U'' pt . ..... y t-ous- i. t. a fine rr. !:. !. t F ler.d:t'..res 1 r,.it le Ire- t atfp anl v. 4 U.lt .c i 1- j c i i e r a : i i.et r oi r. 1 r x- lef n f THE WORLD'S FAIR. . ..,. , Kr.Te-. :;arje.. ilsirt r,-;ir- ::'s Mlr.ri Mor lay o!T l!o-o r.oeo ;th r at. 1 i I.:' in the e in v.e gt ..r. 1 . .' a .i'e .tlv rh Senate Commlttft to Hej;la Janoary It Hearing th Claltni or Varloaa Cltlea AT ho Tnnt the Ilig Sbow The IX1M Tro poaed bj t'hlragoani. Washinotok, Deo. I. The Senate committee on the celebration of the quadro-centennial of America discov ery held a meeting Tuesday afvernmn. The only business transacted was the adoption of a resolution to meet January s atid begin hearing statements from the representatives of interest d cities upon tho subject of the lo- ation of the World's l air. The Chicago committeemen have brought along the draft of a new bill which will be submitted to the legis lative committee; and probably take the place of the measure drawn up onie months ago. The new bill nationalizes th" matter as far as pov sibl. It provides for ascertaining wh :W the city designated by Coneiess has actually S.',000.000 raised for expenses. When this is de termined Katisfatorily a commission of five members at large is to bo appointed by the President with nine alternates. There are also to be commissioners from the States and Territories appelated by the Governors and the municipality which hr.s the fair is to have a general corr.rcit e of lf!0 stockholder represent irg it. A corporation is created out of Wi.. voyeral representatives and tlie manner cf organir3tion is formulated in df tail. Practically 'h4 w . managr men, of the fair ress with the cor poration, whi'-h the.s represents the National Government, the State and Territorial governments, the munici pality ai 1 b'v ind the -trx-kbol ders. Fir. a the National "Jo rrnmer. is n t tied, hut the prin -it V are ro.vl iy for making tf.e xpob.t.rn a. Na- ; event rathe- tlan a rcnate n- laid tin terpri HI' . CO. I)c.' cago irtT'Tt'Ts ti.f.r ll.':'-r 1 s - A number cf Cr.i- er.tiv sent letter to .i.'-rt sk T:der,t.. avkirp if ti.e Wor.d s Fxj osition -were ( hicigo .I w-Furo-.er.v T eorre-ror.der.tt perfect i'bTty to fx- jm'.-, a preference a tt'-'-en Cirr. ani New Yck. The rep.ifs receive 1 i be p:i.ror, iir 1 by inqu'.r e gav th' the nation of the wdld. J t" i - i e i Prief.y referring to th I 'a: t.ell coTb misnion. the sj.:4r hUl tt.at .e hn lieved the judge' report would not dis credit the national movement Mr. ParLell devoid the peer p. he aiad at liight to the Tenai.t' league. He said this wa b far tr.e gtt trt-t an most powerful peaceable movt-r. ent i ter t"gani;ed in Ireland or any ctL r coun try. Although Ireland was 1 ru:. ... it- he was nt appeased. n the contr;:r. i.e people's dlfclike of the uoorrntM wa. ten-fold more intense froir the i j perierces of thrte year of coercion. Put the country, though ll d i not vie". 1, was tranquil because of the faith it hi in the assurances cf Mr. Gldtor e that a triumphant liberal party would soon give it its legitimate freed, .rr. Mr. Parrel) would rot r tht it would be impossible to govt rt iatr! by mere coercion. 1-x.l Pal't r : xt of coercion and .r -H i -;i .or.a , ! never succeed. Mr. Palfour hal u.ade several mitake; aiL.or.g thee wa- at he had negle ted to provide for krr ki of rent ar.d for the m .tution of ev c u i tenants. This bad led to tfce forrr.at.f n of an agrarian moverm nt which woull sweep llilfour and l is j.r,.pv wjv a chaff is swept liefore the w Lirlwir.d. If the (iuvrrr.mt rt t ad ti'-tMrc to be ahamed of in its rnnnc tion w.th ::. Times, r. Parnell add-d. d'-.lt, it would gratifyc-irios ty -y n.aking k f.-ovn the truth about that n atter. The i-o-n. try wanted to know how far the Gov rr mt nt bad gone ;n a c ;re so mean d so thoroughly or.tri.ry ! tie Fri.-b spirit as to atta-k n.r r fror-i au.b by t!;e use of m. h i;iT-utab,e monK He knew t! forgeries, let he : t . , i T ,'! than have a-. r r t-i the x (iovermr.er.t o:' red h.n.. cr.Tt. miss ion ir s ' t ry ; Anal indtcTi -rt. hal t. nat cn and the rr.ovf.tr e r.t s part v. if tte; f 1 M a?.'. mat Pari Pro' d: pris ' r a r. Parrel :t a F: r -d by a -iarr t nt i s a r. t s arf s ti.M i hv Mr. 1 de- -:. ar.-J v a V dl' d ... . . f t Pa M.' .1 : r- r- . i h t Ic.sh " r ,u I-rr, 1 I.e. llr.ers K 1 1 1 e ( ; if- : n ,f -rg 1 ; t f ' rr. . t e r. i ' y I -, j'n . : ll.Ug f'(--, 't t r. up to date are almost without exce t Ch'.raj). ;r. d 'iil V or. ra r .gr '.s : 01 1 esrr.r.:i t'ee Fr THE PAN-AVERICANS. Thef I'nt In rtosv ! t T"k. nin-ttrf t'p 1th Parifjiet TrrHr b? the t riinn feafqa f Inh. Nrv Yf.B. Iv c l - Tb Pan-Arrv 'an dgt- cn Tueada, psi-i i; o .f r.r" ' .' l?ge the T" jcc-,-r. cf t sa-.rr r-f ra-;ral hi'r- ar.l t k' at:. irs". At r 'r.' tvT ; i car . rvptHr: t h 'r.l- r. r ( ": V m-f'H -'; p,' r j, 7 at'efl'd th ''.-. A;rr-g r r ', aV ; at -tft e " r rs ' IlVir.M. I;, w a s ir. ie to i t,-s ir. this vi .;tr f.f s,at. fa I . I 'otter. ge t. yersT ar''. '' ;f r'' m en the elever tr, r ; fv c 1 ' Tr.-.ne, ar.d tctn t k ' - e r. b -,ti" 1 ar.d i-.t.it. SVi'.i ej .IT . Nm ( F I T A ft. 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