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nnrinr 1 BluBmMFMBWMjp JL AiLHJJ YII-NO. 307. GRAND RAPIDS, HlCm TUESDAY MOILVING, NOVEMBER 3. 1891. PRICE FIVE CENTS FIRED 1UEUS1 VOLLEY A Bocaicjc Bepubliean Bally at Hartman'a HalL CE5. CUTCHEM A5D C1PT. AILE3 Basil Traa Zatkasiasm y Taals- The mot eathotastie political meet ing oi the eauipa.ga wa held la ilart feui Uail, but ixni. The sentences ot the speakers were punctuated by the yells ol the crowd. Roaod alter rouui ot applause greeted the clinca te argumuu cl General Cutcheoa tvud Captain Allen, sad every muti-oa c4 Captain Belknap's namt brought forth a chorus of enthusiasm. Edward Taggart acted as master of ceremonies, and Introduced General Cutcfarun as a man who needed no la trod uctiou to any Michigan audience. General Cuichem wu loudly ap plauded as he stepped forward, lie aid: "I alway feel at home any where I the Peninsular State, and tieacefurth I expect to feel especially a) home In the ctty of Grand Rapids. I'm always at home where republJr ' cans are and X expect to die in the ranks oi that party If It behaves Itself a well as tt has for the last twenty five years. t shall lead wit on the sktrrn'sh line and after a while Captain Allen will eome np with hU heavy battalions and sweep the field. JLtki! the republican party has cwt-olVd the St:vte of Michigan up to 100, when It met Its first reverse. There ij always a reaction after a Preld'-ntial eletlnn. There are al ways a nurnbr of disappointed men. Abrnhnra Lir.eoln aM he nerer eouM rt six pejr Into one hole. Mh" I was In eortrrc I found that the mot d nirable thin In the world would be tr hire pot offices In on vllhure. Another reaaon for this disappoint ment U tVit peord' think things don't move fast enon;r?i. But it Is almost two yar a'ter the new eonirreM has tuen e'-cted D??cre tt can begin Its legislation. -ftlitr Thautaod BUcksr. i Last jear GO.0C0 republicans staid at hom and didn't rote, and today they are kicking themselves all over the State. I'm goin?r to let you all Into a secret tonight. There are never any off years In politic The election of 1800 was the most Important in ten years. The Henvocrats eirxl their opportunity In that census year, and we have had ample opportunity to resrret that we taid away from the polls. Through the Providence of God, Mel bourne H. Ford was taken away. He wa my fri'md and colleague, and I fcav no doubt that If he. had lived he would have occupied a hls:h place. I sat next to Mr. Belknap for two yars. and I stand forth here tonight to say that no man worked more faltb t : v r ' I.to'i-'.T diys. Sundays and holiday than Charles E- Belknap. P"e tomorrow that he Is returned to tlve place he so ably filled before- The lst democratic legislature was ftc like Mr. Flannajan, of Texns. who axked "WTat are we hero for?" They ' knew what they were there for. They sto!e two senra In the senate, and by their action thv stole three congress ional seats. This Is the first time the Jury has had a chance to sit on it, an1 I want yon to return your Ter-" diet tomorrow. (Cries of amen.) Mr. Cutcheoa then proceeded to review minutely the proceedings of that atro cious ontrasre committed at a tlm when there were but sixteen senators present, and tt required seventeen foi a quorum. A man duly elected was unseated. ft'l a man not even present ; la the eapital of the state, was seated In hU plnce. Is'.nnd before you to night to ear thit I do not believe p parallel ca of atrocity and outracr tfcas been committed within the Unit rd H:. rears Dnt all this was merely the enterinv wfdire. The dinorratl2 party ffa playing for n srreat stnte. and tb tave divided the state so it will reqnir' a majority of H0.0OO to make it repul llcan. They put up a district entire!' republican with a population of 07. XK). then they jro ortr to Saginaw an tnake two democratic: senators out o a population of f,(00. Then thev made a eortcresslonal apportionment. I suppose tiie democratic party sper? taoT brains on ttt than on anvthln rlsw they ever did. I suppose the dl. tirgnished senator from Kent count j tad a hn1 In r't- P!nce 13'- t: have atwaj electel pre:ien ti.t electors cp cn th syri-m that everj of th! 'n!l h'ir a Unu. tn ths election- Bat the democrat I sria.Aiure. havii had a taste of Mood. mut h r preilrat xre . tf th-April elee fo nn then pasxl the Miner Eler toral rat. 0 eit m ther are prtl?r.i f ir tni.4, but I bIl "ve thit the t;prem court woul 1 declare It ur.coontltutlot at- It f extrf otly unfair. aiT way. Wh!n rn'i to th ballot Ijo tomorrow, saow that yoa di"t aj fror ot thl-t'ki'Td of rrjrni.ivtcrln and this kind of theft ia the snat I took op my pipr th?s morniru nd read my friend Va pie's rprh. r V'-' hr bc.i;i- he h is the ecur z cf his convictions. There ar jn p' pl rucnins: forcfrics around here wh "ffuse tf state whether th"y h!iei- tn fre or Umitel co$ni,f. I havn' ten tH? to f.rvl out whether th d-mcefati r Audita foe ronarr 5 I I f ivoe of fre ..v r or nt. I cao'r f.rd cut that any ov el hn. - Now. let us andrstand about ttsN f-i, fo'naar It mesns th5: tat an ri-n wh has nr slvr bii'ion may fcrfrsi It to tks rn!tvl ftats oiia' aisd apon the has's of 41 J 12 grain rf standard sflrer. air it sninM info aollars. The silver la the Viir wnrth 79 cuts. No thrf amir '3 ff Z2 cents. TM srs lato f treasirr of th Cslt-I ttt.s fr th t-enefit of f a t m. grt mie corners sr the on ho fvr thi laase tVy '11 ti'H 7 Ms wrt cf r1tr into tS mint I a dUvf. W?cfl t ti'-n rf Kt' tWT 9 fs t r ft''H nf r"!Tee to fft mtnf- ad W Ur fnr H. t HI b tr f's ,! a "tt t 7 Cent wCttl of wfk sivt ft --t ',lf lor It, tha I will bo tn favor of paying a dollar tu the mine owners to- A fiu.ctuai! eurreucy U the dvil' own currency, and st the ruia of labor, mtieu the two met&L stand skle by side in a common ratio, then I'm for a fre a&4 unlimited caautv, but as as there m a dilfereuee of ett-i. I'm not fet Uvor of giVLng It to the mine owners- Now, i se Altec's getttnj scared. Hs thinks he Un't (roing to get a wbaek at yen. but there's one mors tain I want ts say. Now let's wee about this billion-dollar conre4. I'm tme of them. Ths Unw U coming when the bililon-dollar i ootigrea that paed the McKlnley bill (.yells.) that put 130.000 new pen sioner on the rolls (yells.) that refitted our navy that we may need soon (yell) will be called btateed. (Continued ap plause.) Tuat wa a billion-dollar con gress, and this Is a bUHon-dollar coun try. We can bear the heaviest taxes of any country In the world, and we bear them the easiest. What go to build tip the manhood of a nation, what builds up Its defence, what en- j courage- patriotism by taking care of the o'.d defenders of the country is cever wanted. (Intense ch-erln.) The Hon, Edward Taegert read a t'erani from Don Henderon stating that he would vote for T.elknap, all reports to the contrary notwithstand ing Captal Allsa's AddrMi. Mr. Tagert then introduced Capt. Allen, as a descendant of the hero ot Ticosndei-oga. (Prolonsed applause and , yell-.) Capt. Alien said: I regret that Gen. Cutcheon didn't talk kmger Instead of cutting himself off In his youth. Ills t the best speech I heard except my own. I want you to be patient. You will be the object of more interest to morrow than any other congreBtiional district In too United States. They Know that you are going to stamp your opinion upon tai McKlnley bill and the republican party. You occupy a position as necessary and honorable as did your forefathers at Lexington. Chas.E. Belknap ka man who under all circumstance has been true to his country, his party, and his own. (yells.) A man whom widows and . orphans may thank for bringing to them their own. Tls!s not a question of men, but of principle. By the McKinley bill the republican party stands or falls. And now if the Fifth district of Michi gan, a district made wealthy by pro ttctlon, repudiates It tomorrow, it moans republican defeat in the next Presidential election. The man who fails to vote tomorrow is guilty of a political crime. Mr. Yaple pays the men who wot la are not protected. He says the article Is protected, but the man isn't. He aid hi boots were protected but he wasn't. Now, let's see. In a pair of ?Kot theire are two elements besides the man who wears them. The man who furnished money to buy the ma terial la one factory the man who makes them fa the other. Now It is Impossible to protect one of these factors and not the other. Both are protected from men In ofher countries who are doing the same thing. A man with four semes ought to see It, and Mr. Yaple ought to see It. Men who never did a day's work except for thir father or in whool set up thnlr theories against thee facts. There Isn't a idn-e-le thing that can be named from vour (sho to your hat that isn't "heaper today than it ever was before. Tlv only thing that has r!en In price 'a pearl buttons. The only th!ng a -fr man hankers for Is pearl buttons. He must hare two rows of them. Pas rrtjwdlr Aldr! Iay aside all partisanship and what .kis le.-n th e.fe;t of a p.okecttTv: tarifi apou you and me? i want to ak my democratic friends If the BaglUh par uimeat could elect the next Congress an, who would It be?' Why, Law. ,-fuce would be elected by two million unjority. The democratic party said we could ot m k i :n or glas war. , no - j'O te y They're the great "I can't" party. Vmerlcan people can make anything mdr God's sky. (Prolonged applause) I munn't detain you longer. (Yell .f -Go ahead!" "Give It to them!" 'You're all Tight!") Today, there. Ls more comfort, -irre nr tti1 plenty, more dMribu Um of the luxuries of life than ever Wore, nnd there Isn't a man in tho "Tni "A htates who can't f?nd wor Jf will. I want you to do your l-ny imorrnw and if you do the nf. .na ion f th calamity howler will be - ne. Yells vt "Belknnp! Belknap! IM- Mr JMttnnp nia a brief speeeu id tbred th p'Cp'e to turn out nnd rte. 'set for Belknap, but for the -rTw'nle of republicanism. Ttree eS"rs for Belknap were then 'vn with a will. SCATTRING THF CHNTS. !f w Trk Lmgmm Playsr !; Aa HaII ('lrrt In O hr flllfc. New York, Nov. 2. Local base-ball dmlrerjt have something to talk about '.n the action of the players who are eTir.g the New York league club, 'orrers and Riehardon failed to niuke erm with Mevrs. Day and Talcott !ast Frily or with Manager William '.arnie. Yeterday, It is ald,tConnrr ind Illrhardin wnt to Philadelphia .,: !tra ,VKo contracts 'or three years with George Wagner, rprentlT!sr the association team of that city. R'isl and Buckley e.re sal ! to have raied a a?rrern he Chicago association team and tha rn,er i rire f;.S0O for a Na on's wo-k with $.1(KK) advance money. 'ot withstanding the reports the ianagrs of th New Yors league -luh are nnt apparently disturbed ovfr ;he situati'u- RitiH t si ste n. Outhf. O. T., Nt. 2. Th-lljr of rt IhornUn. a deputy Unite! tales mar?-?. lrojjrhl to fh ritv "Hit-irdsf morn;rg from the Cress tmntry, hr h wis silled by on ?om rrt s. Thornton wss sent thr "tttikl dsrssri mal srrsits. tS m't Jsih m i dsvfr rtg to tulfiit i-in.M w, Th'i tfe th rl l.ite1 i4ts dfvMtf rosrhsl who t ln iUd ni th led a Tsrr kfy dutso ifc-sroont'Mu a tKs sn4e- FhI, I-o ft , , J- w'frj; KttH. of roc St Aff,Ti. ft suburb of In r. I - VarUrt, fd 2t, svlsntsilf tplMM g t nndSff r SfitfrntHSf fls s fift thf etr ft " ?i Sd pU fvf hit rfIy r fn-1 USER IHBE CHAIR Aide i mm Ilaussr Treads on Con. tractor Connelly's Coat Tall WA5TS TEE STREET LAMPS LIGHTED 1st TrUT Wtr t W LwrK Tw rs tBkt.i..Iii Vommtm Cosncit wiil tt Tauruajr The council was not called toordr until u.ne o'clock last evemc u. se couut of an undsrstsndinf baa at tu previous meeting. There seemed to t a mutual des re ou the part of all pres ent to transact the necessary business as quickly as possible and make, their escape. The impending election ea grossed the attention oi the aldenueu and sicu!stions ou th outcome were rife. Clerk ShmkruAn cslled tue coun cil to order, because of the aUence ot Mayor Uul and President Saunders Aluermaa Turuer was elected to Uke the chair. Geo. M. June and others petitiontsl the council asking that the grade on Cbariss-st. be re-estabiished. N. L. Avery presented a communica tion representing that be was tue owner ot certain properly on Canal-t. used by the cty as a nay market and that ttie lesfo under wmch it was rented had expired. It was requested that trie matter be looked up aud terms made tor its future occupation. C. B. Cheney said be would turnieii potatoes in any quantity delivered in lots ef 100 Utsaeis at 30 ceuts per bushel, all potatoes to bo takeu uetore March. Referred to committee ou p or. Bids for the construction of a ri ago burner wre laid ou the table for one week without consideration. Aid. Hauser moved thatV-5 be stricken from the amount due Street L:iiLi r Connelley, adding in expianMtion tuat mauy of the lights throughout tue city remained uniighted. He ea.d he t eaoved an example sliould be made snd a penalty imposed lor such neglect. Aid. Stein thought, inaimuch as the committee on lamps had audited the bill, the full amount rbould be i aid. Aid. Hauser aid that merlins after meeting ue had heard the report of the Police and Fire Commissioners read which in variably showed that lights were not lighted half the time. Aid. Mills said ths reports referred to were in regard to electric lights and wanted the mat ter referred back to the committee on lamps. Aid. Saunders came in and took his seat and, at chairman of the committee on lamps, said that each month different sums were strick'-n from Connelley's bill. Put to a vote, the nioiio was loot. A motion made by Aid. ODonnell to order a warrant drawn tor toe amount recommended was carried. Dr. I. Emmet Welsh sent in a com munication informing thecouncit that three lots on Hamilton street, betweeu Webster and Myrtle street were com pletely tilled with water, m some place to a depth of e:ght feet, making it a dangerous place in which children bad narrowly escaped being drowned, and asked that the same b. abated by turning the water into ttu Broad way-st. sewer. Referred to tiie board of public works. Aid. O'Donnsll introduced a resolu tion ordering the Consolidated Street Railway company to lower their trolly wires two feet on the Canal-st. pules, and that the city marshali be instructed to serve a notice upon the company to tt)St effect. It was also suggested that the support w.rcs be slackened so that the braces would do some good. S verul wanted to know what the import of the resolution was. City Attorney Taylor faid that the poles, as recommended by the street car company, made of iron with wooden topi, had been paid for by the city, and that the itreet cai company had placed its wires too high, making it impossible to place the guard wires so as to prevent accidents. Th real object was to give the poles an opportunity to utilize the bracts recently putthssed. The street cr company were given forty-eight hours in wmch to lower the wires. The council will :ieel next Thursday at 'L o'c lock to canvass the election re turns for police Cuurt judge. Gas Dtcovert at itaahnelt. Bot&cell, 111., Nov. 2. The city water system ft supplied from two six fceh and one eight-inch well, one hun dred and twenty feet deep, which are tilacha gd Sato a large ti&hlly cover d ;ttr t i. a few iveuuigs tue engineer lifted the trap dtoor of the reservoir and thrust hi his lantern. Immcdiativ ly there was a terrific explosion, the roof of the renervo'T was lifted, the ce meJit walls were torn, and the engin eer was thrown fifty feet. Since then the trap has been open and has .studi ed more and more strongly of escaping gas. Yesterday the pipe by whicfr the tklx-lnch wells discharge was touched with a torch, and the gas escaping from it has been burning ever since. It shoots a strong, Intensely hot flame twelve or fifteen feet high, and is steadily Increasing In force. The source and quantity of supply will be prompt ly Investigated. MUST STOP STEALING SISAL. sfsw lMkfetaav of th Bahamas gek Tltttr Piafttati. KUwimee, I'la., Nov. 2. Governor Fleming 1ms been called upon to take rfieiM to stop depredation upoa the rfisal plant by the people of the Baha rmu. Th prewns, ;ov?rnor of the Ba hama. Sir Ambrose Shea, ! a wide awake man, and he has not only set wt for hut owa benefit some thousand in ral plant, but has en roursgM t general planting throujrh Ut the ljUrl. Now this woul l U i-i praiseworthy if It were not for the nvwtt wbirh tbe Bshnraans employ to obtain t1 sial plant . In rn I tl-y are sioleo frora ths state if norwla. For year pst th Bahamans sre aol Ulkitnt the plants Yf watleada tni ter rlpted -it hv beenm l nttrlS f t GoVrfnor H'm't b4 Ha4 h' ittent.nn enl tn It, sfti Mr f. ft rfe. t r?!il't r-- ftHnt WMVt'" wH! mvtst tM tsHt tn'1ft f' rWMs. h 1 ft f3 f rr Ht 1 mii ffH.mn eaffjflsf wf r hm at ptt tffMeM lt rtr- sda from Yucatan by Dr. Perrtae about &fty years ho hae bex.aiecatural Ised and hav run wild in cuany of ths keys, pvvia,Uy in tke neigubwhood oi Biiscay-ce Bay, and though its cul ture has not yet been erivuly pur sued, owin first to the Seminole and afterward to the civil war, yet the time will coma when Florida R1 want erery p'aut It can raUe. In fact, ex- j perlnienta are cow being made and nurseries are established ia beveral fa- vorable districts. Y'ucatan owe much of Its wealth to sisal, and If the United Statw can ocly produce a machine that will en able growers to pUi the fiber oil the market at a price to compete with the cheap hacd lalwr of Yucatan, another profitable industry will ba added to the resources of Florida. Ijtst year Yucatan exported Ual to the value of $7,000,000. T Stlrs tb Alr Htaamrit. T .;.: ' . j v . Tue qaes tlon of restoring the monument erected by Cyrus v. Fi I oer t.ox where iiaor Audre was executtd, is being i. mouument was broken into many pieces by tlstroy vt"ar '- dDwnward, imbedded in the grass- A circular iron fence wit!i tii.-irp pickets sarrouud It. Farmer, around Tappan are ready to give something towards the restor ation of the mouument. The senti raent of peopl? la relation to the Andre has chan&i-d materially, and it is iaougbt if it were restored there would be uo further efforts made to moKst It- IT WAS A POLITICAL DEAL Gaors Kcnoaa Kxplain lij lluola wan (rlt-adly lurio War. Topcka, Kan., Nov. 2. G orge Ken an, tbe Russian traveler. Is in this city, lie was h'liown an editorial in a New York paper tod-ay in which the Idea was held out that Americans can not afford to treat the Czar's govern meait with bitterness oa account of the 'friendliness of Russia to the United States when Ave needed help daring the civil war. This aroused hiin and he said: "This is a mistaken Idea a great many Americans have in regard to the action. It was simply a political deal and the csiar and his advisers showed a great deal of wiadom and fortdght ediiess by it. They saw that the side In that war with the most money and the most men was bound eventually to win. England is Russia's greatest enemy. They saw that England was friendly to the south', and by extending sympathy to the north, which was sure to wfci, they could spite England and make the United States a friend u Ik- a-. si to gmit advantage in the eveut cf war with Ecglnnd- The gov ernment of Russia hates republics, and 2t was the same feeling that led them to fhow friendliness to us that caused them to be friendly to France. They have a common enemy, which Is dan gerous to both countries. "The people of Russia are la a fright ful condition, their crops were a fail ure, and now, only three months after harvest they are compell d to eat g; a s to live. .Thegovernment, however, is uot gofng to let them die If it can help ft. That would leave the nobility with out support, and the latest estimate I have ?en fs that the government will b? compelled to appropriate Je between ninety and one hundred mil l3on dollars to feed the starving peas antry where the crops failed." Kantian Cereal Exjort Prohibited. St. Ptterfbuig, Nov. 2. The imperial ukaso prohibiting henceforth the ex portation of all cereals except wheat also interdicts the sending out of the country of potatoes, flour, malt, meal, dough and baked breads. London, Nov. 2. Iu view of the ces sation of Ru-ian grnin exports the statistics of tue Glasgow general grain stock for 1891, as Compau-d with that of lS'JO, are of serious importance. They show for 1SU1 a decrease of 74, vha) quarters of wheat, 88,000 quarters of. maize, 10,000 quarters of barley and 16,000 sacds of Hour. In oats alone is 4 slight increase shown. OUTWITTED THE BRITISHERS- Altsvtliiusiita AggrrsatiDS; SToO.OOd lletl Agalusl ku .ngltU lot pwianwu St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 2. Attach ments aggregating nearly 5700,000 have been fued here against the Du iuth Iron und Land Company, of Minne mta. Limited, on Duiuth, by Albert Scheffer, presulent of the Commercial Ikink; James W. Wright, Pereival Flu ver, John M. Paver, and others. More thau $100,000,000 Is Involved alto gether. The corporation Is a British one nnd the stockholders are principally Eng lishmen of noble birth and extensive means. The name Implies the object of the organiration and a vast area of valuable mineral and timber lands has been acquired. The lands are of large value because of their extent, and are located chiefly In St. Louis county. The capital rtock was raised on debentures tx to Americans. They mature May 1. 18i0. nad lnr 7 per cent tntret. Tbc holders of some of the learned of a plan afoot among the Englishmen of the corporation to look after their individual Interet in i way that Is thoucht to be Inimical to th-e holder of lntHeta in Minnr. tn. The pln embraced a proeeednx to bf Ntib In Grrnt Britain, with the Ww nf declarnff the concern Inolrnt an-1 the- appointment nf a re,'ve- to wit! np the ffari of the enrrtornt'on. rVvnrv of the creditors in Minneyota, retting wind of nrh rumorf antlcl nited any effort of such a character by taklrwr mesire to per?rt th?r fnerei. Jk n result a!on hr on s-t !n n cl Ira' en f t -ehm nts twre V-en I'vtA-l ti on th !ni o-rt'd bv It on t rwni'l that the dfnd ant Is a frrrin coTpoT'At'0t' MCR. PRESTON CROWING WORSE- t.mia tmp Tfcat tw rat Will U Ffisi If is I New York. Nov. 2 Mrr, rrefn m TrwJy frr,t rirlv Srikt-fv, At time orft prryvs of Cfmrara t i v Imprormwnt, wNso all feel pr.rrmt ge bnf wb the rvtp rnn he ft left kr t(sn Vf.T. Hia tjHtmst ee erveef t r M mViem. Th ! wo-rv ft w 5l I at hmv t r t -w-tsm 'Trf ll TT pd h' tt !f f rin rr t-eilr. Valhr t rl-r srs ? sefrikr-np Col jrne n jfti erntei!v. try e t rit r frt; retes wrr -Ttw t wis f-rst taln fit. IS THE Ifiilll! Bev. Campbell Fair Make Inquiry of Francis Dillon Jblasan ABOUT TARIATIQ5S OF EOHAllSa Ua Iafrs tkst Csiauhosas Has Bms kjs l .ka .!! a Maay AitiStr Slia rif(a U" To tha Editor af tLsTu-KiSAS Hssl: A c ntlemau lectured m vur city Sun day evening oa the subject: Wby a Protestant Minuter JU(rutJ to the Catbolx (?) Church." 1 tit italtc and note ot iaterrogation are mine and are intended to tw sujtgesuve.) A rriort of the addret appears in Jour iseue cl today. Presuming the sdcusk nd arguments used to be correctly quoted they Lave every evi dence ot iiavnix beeu supplied to your reporter, or 0 him extracted from the Itcturer's nianucnp I infer that the "rtturn" trip of this vereatile gentle msu was taken owing t the -varia-tioiis" he supposed to exist in Protest atii.sni and me "unity" he presumed to Le in the Roman CatlioLc Ciiurch; iu oiiier words, this gentleman abandoned "Protrrtanlitm owing to is variations and embractd "Ronistiitn" bccaue of Its Unitoimity, at Ue luieat. I am prepared to p:e in your col uiiiiiitl.e iol.oMiiig elatruieut : at the history and "partus' of the Roman faith are full of Variations, contentions, oppotitions aud contradictions. As this repi emulative ' of the ll.Lernian mj ciety's lecture platform commenced tins" novel theological controversy, I ask him to continue the diccusciou by unswering the following quetUons and prtniny hit antv.tr : Firct, Is it not true that the eataUyw of the yoei are so diverse iu tho anuais of the Apcy that scarcely two of them agree? Second, Is it not true that there h ive been rivtil pofet, and that dictions re garding succession have been doubted and repudiated? Third, Is it not true that Baronius reckons twenty-six "electoral varia tions" and Oruphrius gives the number as thirty? Fourth, Ia it not true that thee "rival popes" in the Roman Cburcn caused real scliism and frtqueut blood shed? Is that unity? Fifth, Is it cot true that some popes were Arian$, and denied tho Tna.ty? Were tAey infallible? Sixtn, Is it not true that the pope doms of Urlsn, Boniface, Innocent, (iregory, Clement ana Benedict mani fested continuous confi cts'.' Seventh, Is it not true that Avignon and Rome, Arrairon and Aquileia had constant fights of popes? Eighth, Ts it not true that on the sub iect ot General Council there have been urrinir fm-iiiwiii in thu Tinnun nrtrn- I m union? N.uth, Is it not true that on the s ub- i'ectof suprcmaqf there has been atuon; iOmanisU stroug diversity of opinion Tenth, Is it true that infallibility has caused constant contention iu the Roman Church? Will tho lecturer give ua the "unanimous consent" of even papal authorities on this subject? Eleventh, Is it not true that Rome has had among its adherents the most diverse views presented .n the subjects of Ariauism, Eutychianism, Monotho litistn, .'elagianisiu and such l.ke con troversiej? Will the gentleman wtio lectured Sunday evening tell your read ers what is meant by the "Jaasenist controversy?" Twelfth, Is it not true that on the doctrine of trantubttantiotion, boiniuicaus and Franciscans are direcly opposed? Will the gentleman who commenced this discussion tell us the views of the "Schoolmen" on transubstantiation? Thirteenth, Is it not true that in the Church of Rome there was a faction fiht on the subject of communion in one limit Was it not decided by a vote? . A doctrine decreed by a ballot! Fourteenth,, Is it not true that Deus, a Roman theologian, gives ten ditfereut views of Romanists on the practice of extreme unctiont Fifteenth, Is it not true that the Oj pal tlu ologians differ widely on the place, duration and other particulars of 1'vrgatoryf 1 could Isrrely increase this list of "Variations ot Romanism" and enter fully into the particulars of history to prove that every oue or these "varia tions" gave rise to pos.tive contradic tions among Roman theologians, in Roman councils and Roman churches, but I awa t the "lecturer's" reply to what 1 have asked so that I msy pur sue bis line of thought and not my own. Campbci.l Fair, Nov. 2, 1801. St. Mark's Church. H I)ncr r a Itapturo. Ero klyn, Nov. 2. The Eagle ha the following special from Washington this afternoon: To an Eagle corres pondent Gen. Tracy said: "There is uoih'np new or a'ar-mng in Ch.hau tmsiti m. Everyth nj wi.l, I think, be salisiactonly settled. Tin is the gea eral impress.on in this cay. Our gov ernment, however, wdl It u conciiis tory ar. possible in conducting negoti ations with the South American re public" IU!4ats rr ftaafe Cr(itrft. WasLiieton, Nov. 2. The Comptroll er of the Currency has declared divi dends la favor of the creditors of the insolvent National hanks, as follows, vis: A divldjd c( r.O per cent. In favor cf the creditors ot tb National City Bask, cf Marshall, liifb-, on claims proved, smonntirg to f 15."s022. A f.rst dividend 15 per cent, ia favor of the creditors of the Spokane Nstlonad Bank, cf Spokane Vafr.. oa claims proved, amounting to f 2S3,92l. IT WAS A LONG SWIM. A RttUS Back rdi ArrM A Laka f.igkS Mltea. Nw nver. "nnn.. Nov. 2. For sev eral wefka past sport rraeir living In the vieiuty of Lyme have b-eo trying to capture a back which was discov ered la the woods nar Indian Swamp abevt a wt ao. Yeterday a huiit Irg psrty was fcrrad jad all the avahabi dots collctd for a rrard etas. The 4er was startel acd fol luwed (Jrirg tfce eatire dsy, but st no time did it rtin witfcln ganbot of the ir.scy tnea siat5rftd to look emt 1c r It- Iate fo tfc afterorto der ran te tfce ore of Je?g liand P-errttZ and was dinviri hr John Oo, a fi-errcatt. wfeo frst mistook It for a ft !H4?rtr In t.e wst-. Cpsa tr fearer h 4 "eoTer1 tat It was a b"ati?al back. It waded farther Uto tUe fcouud at his approach, act finally b-gau to kwiai towrd I'J-ix Island, etbt mile distant. At Uul the buCL fciiil sMimmitg for ths Inland, and, wtien aen through sjl&s t wu thought to be about L.f a mile from tLe -or. The buck Is b .ifevrd ts b.i tL- of a pair liberates! la Hartford a bant a year ago. it other, liberated at the sanis urns, wm killed ou the railroad trsvck at Lysut about a yrar ago- REPORTS ON REGISTRATION- laataaiUa Ust s rail sa WUl 1m ltl4 XMiaj. The rsjistrat.ou LsU of the differeat precmcu in the city snow aa increased number at electors and indications are that there will be a full fuu polled to day. Owing u tbs faet that in some of the wards u was necessary to re-regis-ter aud that in those precincts lare Showings were made, it is sale to pie diet that the people ar e inclined to ex press their enmce. Every t-fl rt its. been tuade by all part.es to tmpr ss up on voters ths importancs of registering and ads ice in that d.reUion emsio have born eiod liuit. Tns btue .i the polls will t hwtiy coutested. Pul hc sentiuitKl u ..versaily concedes that Belknap w.ll (H.ut a aiajor.ty ul ;ne ballots cast in lae city. It th.s be true bis election iea&urtd. 11 u. emus will probably tn heavily sacrificed lor Moullou, itie people s cat.diuale for police judge, ujkui whtcn orhce the party L.t.fn:iiatiii buu, ciiUrs its ttrugile. L. K. Carroll, the ce.nttcrat.o noutinee for police jud;e, is the itj-ct of much vituperative psejudiiM; aud tiatred on account of the terocity w uu wru h, as city atr Hey, he proM-cuteJ tbosw who were ar retted for snout ng "scab" at.d coii mitUu otber ittly diMsideriy sc: i.g durm tLe rtceut street car sirike. Ti.s latnr oranuations believe lnt be jO!es as their frit ud simply for resei.t Kia. They rtai.ze also th.t tnt ie is i.o jOhib:lity of electing Multtui at i common ene mciiilers have declared themselves lorHsperty. As sn eso i ient ludication that demwraU ltave utle confidence in electing their tieket it needs but to l-e ineut.oucd tint ranii democratic Utters have very I. tile money up, aud will not jive, but rather demand odds. Ths prohibition party sod tae people's will jHJii aUmt ail equal number of votes. The riht is letween Belknap aud LssuncK, with ths former decidedly in tbe I ad. There was no report made to the city clerk as required, by tbe ree strat cn committee, of the First preciuct of tn Firtt ward. Iu tie Second precinct there were reg stered 31s names Third, 175; Fourth, 408; Fifth, 142 additional; Sixth precinct, 18. In the First ptecinct of the rWoad ward there were 12 aud in the Sc-ci i d 142 additional names reeuter-d. The First Precinct of the Third wr I did not report. The Second eiiowed 45." and the i n.rd KC additional. In the Fourth ward there were in the First precmct 354 and in the recond .HI, additional registrationa. There were no reports from the Third and Fourth precincts. The First precinct of the Fifth war did not show up. The second produc 34 and the third r34 voters. In the First-precinct of the Sixth, ward were reentered. In the Sec ond, providing ail vote, 51 laiiols will be cast and in the Third 512. Seventh ward. First precinct, 23; eecond,3S9; third, 402. In the bloody eititb there were in the Firit precinct lo7 aud ia t'i j-reoud 75 add.tioiial registrations. In tho First precinct m the Ninl?j ward there were 115 and in the Secoud 107 additional. Of the live precincts in the Ten' ward three reported. First, 107; S ond, 103; Third, 76; all additloi The last two were far away aud expected in this morning. As far as the wards iu the city are concerned they are evenly divided. The republicans claim the First, tve end, Third, Sixth and Tenth, and tne democrsta the Fourth, Fittb, Seventh, Eighth and Ninth. " CVt llta Will Kasrst Tne Liiia Atnerieaa bareaa of tbs World's fair tas recaived a cablefrai) fruia Lieutenant Sc riven, commiaslor)er to Central Aicerica, annonndng that Cost a Rica will exp"nd $100,000 on h-r exhibit at the Worid't fair inctead of iVW.000, as ri jlnaUy Intended. Tbs gov ernmect has oCcialiy a;-jie4 for aa acre cf ground at Jwrkon purk a pen whit's to erect a baildim? and cUfplsy Its rs oarers. A TrS)SH4. Drobson Wh 1 can speak mil cf nan I always deeo. Craik-Yes? Brobson Now, the other fiiy, rDkine aid yon weren't fit to act as palll am tit a panper waka, and 1 toll Lira fo srersl Truth. A Tar Kaklnc rlee. A bal in pout that can be de pended upon to be free Jroin lime and alum hi a o-jlt rmuiu in tii j tiav of ad u iters td ftwl. to lar as cao ue Judjrexl lrom the official rtjHirt, the "Royal" iNia o be the tiniy one yet found by rbenifcal analysie to !e eo tiiviy wlt'iout tue or thf other of the mlwtanoes, eil atoiuteiy j ure. Ilite, it Is ftbintii, rtult frtmi the ex cJunive ue by its waculaeturers of cream ot t4irt.r qci.iliy rf ued and prepared by pdte:;t prir'ess w hcb tot. 1 y r rxiov ih t rtran o 1 ro an 1 other ,?up:irtii. Tbe ct ot tLla cheroievilly jure treara of tartar ie mneh preatr than any other, and It 1 twrt tn no leaking iowl-r except "p.nyftr the aiafiafar arers -wtijrb ennrrii tiie patents tjfcder w kteh It e rf1rid. I)r. Hdward ft. Ire. fnTtnerly aealy tieal elremiet for the C S. Govertiiaetit wtte made the analyst for the New Tork State Board of Healtn In the BtrerUjraHon of bikin; powders, atid wtioe Urt-'roate krowlede nf tbe n- TfIien of all tSoe l this m-r- kt, etxiiblow b!rn to pk aotbr;--ta4vHy, iys nf t purity, wh(,-wrmiv-s aod fupTto? qtiality of tit "r.Ayst:" "I ftrvl ttie Bnywt P-aklnr TfrwrW emrpod of ptre ar5 w boifiioaae in rr d; rit. It lv a ersm of trrtar rw W ktA &r yry. rrirtMn 4lmr a! em or php!iat, or otbet Isjnrioe aub- Trnf. Ijtt' tf-s af te rent ecT-etf f- Yrr hr-ih 1,e VrH f1 f.lf"i r'rrrr. rrert fSfw thf T.si BkVr.tr I"r'?rr t gprior o s!I e4!-r ts re-nrt eni lnes rc ftrr. Tt i put fr?y 1t reot prtvrfTtr !nl In !, hf?t mk t'se ro? f r riaroTa at1 nst wkoV tr food.