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THE SILVER CONVENTION,
Close or the Convention at St. Loula Reao
lation For the Free Coinage of Silver
St. Louis, Nov. 29. The delegates
to the silver convention filed into con
vention hall slowly yesterday morning,
it being known that tho coirmittee on
resolutions was still engaged in tho
work of revision. Chairman Warner,
in calling the convention to order,
stated that the order of business would
be, first, the report of the committee
on resolutions, but that any other busi
ness could be taken up while awaiting
the pleasure of the committee.
A resolution was offered by Mr.
Fitch, of Nevada, providing for the ap
pointment of a National silver commit
tee, which should have power to call
another National silver convention and
provide for the election of delegates
thereto. Also that the said National
silver committee be empowered to pro
vide for the organization of State and
National silver leagues for the promo
tion of the objects of this convention.
The fallowing were appointed assuch
committee: Alabama, Alonzo Irwin,
Selma; Arkansas, John D. Fletcher,
Little Itock; Arizona, AV. J. Cheney,
Tombstone; California, James McCud
den, Vallejo; District of Columbia,
Lee Cramlall, Washington; Illinois,
W. J-:. Tlielps, Elmwood; Indiana,
Thomas II. Nelson, Terre Haute; Kan
sas, W. M. Fortescue, Leavenworth;
Kentucky, Yoder Polgar, Taylorville;
Missouri, Colonel John Doniphan, St.
Joseph; Michigan, lion. lien Colvin,
St. Charles; Montana, Charles E. Mu
sigbrod, Deer Lodge; Nebraska, Allen
Koot, Omaha; Nevada, Hon. Thomas
Fitch, Nevada; Ohio, James Kilburn,
Columbus; Pennsylvania, John A.
Grier, Philadelphia; Texas, Charles
Longuenare, El Paso; Tennessee, An
drew J. Keller, Memphis; "Virginia,
John L.Cockran, Charlottesville; Utah,
William F. James, Salt Lake; Wyo
ming, N. Grant, Laramie; Iowa, Hon.
L. II. Weller, Nashua.
Congressman Bland, chairman of tho
committee on resolutions, presented
the following report:
The National silver convention, held in St.
Louis, Mo., November 2G, 27 End 29, 1889,
adopted tliis preamble and resolution us
their deliberate opinions:
That the demonetization of silver has
worked a practical violation of every con
tract then cxitini in the United States, en
tailed uncounted losses, reduced prices more
than 30 per cent, and in effect is practically
to make debts perpetual, as it takes from the
debtor the ability to pay; that it causes con
traction in tho currency, which reduces
tile value until there is no profit left to the
farmer, planter or men of small capital, who
depend upon the sale of products for returns
for their labor.
That we believe the certificate of the Gov
ernment, backed dollar for dollar by gold
and silver coin, on the product in the treas
ury of the United States, is a safe and sound
currency and has been approved by the peo
ple. That considering the contraction caused
by the surrender of National bank notes
duriuK the past three years and the vast
sums that must be collected by the cancella
tion of Government bonds during the next
three years, the necessity of restoring silver
is as manifest as is the justice of such a
That the gold and silver of tho West, poor
iug in a steady stream upon the East for
forty years, vitalized every form of business
there and steadied and upheld tbe credit of
the Nation throughout the great war and
made resumption possible, and that what
we now demand is as much more to the in
terest of the Kast than of the West as the
productions of the Kast exceed in value the
productions of the West.
That we believe In equal rights of gold and
silver, and free coinage for both, and that no
nation ever had or ever will have too much
gold and silver coin.
Now, therefore, be it
Iiesolrtd, That tho Fifty-first Congress be
requested by this convention to provide at
its first session for opening the mints
of the United States to the free and
unlimited coinage of standard sil
ver dollars of tho present weight and
llncncss to bo legal tender for all
debt, public or private, equal with gold and
that until such a provision is made, the
Secretary of the Treasury be required to coin
the maximum, $4,000,000 worth of silver per
month, as now authorized by law.
The report of the committee on reso
lutions was then adopted by a vote of
335 to 7.
There was a small attendance at the
four o'clock meeting of the convention.
Chairman Warner read the ten addi
tional names of the committee at large
appointed by the chair, as follows:
New York, Edwards Pierrepont; Illi
nois, A. E. Stevenson; Kentucky, J.
McKenzie; North Carolina, Alfred E.
Scales; Georgia, Harmond; Mis
souri, L. M. Itumsey; Colorado, J. E. S.
Eagaii; Nevada, Francis C. Newland;
California, F. M. Pixley; Kansas, J.
W. Rusk. The chairman ap
pointed the following com
mittee to prepare a memorial address
to Congress: J. A. Grier, of Pennsyl
vania; J. J. Field, of Missouri; C. C.
Goodwin, of Utah; J. W. Porter, of
Virginia, and J. F. Scott, of Ohio.
Chairman Warner thanked the con
vention for the kind attention and
courteous consideration shown its pre
siding officer, and, on motion, the con
vention was declared adjourned with
At night the delegates were given a
Thanksgiving banquet at the Mer
chants' Exchange, which was a bril
liant affair, and a fitting close of the
National silver convention.
Satolll'a New MUslon.
Rome, Nov. 29. -The assertion that
Mgr. Satolli will be dispatched on a
mission to Ireland upon his return from
America is confirmed by the statement
that Father Howlett. a young Irish
priest who was formerly in a pulpit at
the Academy of Noblas in Rome, hr
been designated to accompany him.
Fout Worth, Tex., Nov. 29. It is
made public here that last Monday
night some one, having a key to
the door and the combination of the
safe in the office of the PaciGc Express
rimnanv. at tiin Union Derjot. entered
the office, opened the safe, took there
from Jfl.SOO. and departed without mo
lestation. The matter is as much of a
mystery as the recent bank burglary
here, when. $5,000 was taken, and
there is no more clew to this than
the other deed. Only three persons
were supposed to know the combina
tion of the safe, and they are all
trusted employe of the company.
ANOTHER BIG BLAZE.
Destructive Fire la Boston Nethlaff ta
Equal It Sinee the Great Fire of 1S7S
Two Acres of Baslnese Houses Burae4
The Estimated Lous.
Boston, Nov. 29. The most disas
trous fire from which Boston has suf
fered since 1872, and one in which the
property lost more than rivals the great
conflagration at Lynn on Tuesday,
broke out about 8:30 a. m. yesterday in
the six-story granite building owned
by Jordan, Marsh & Co. and occupied
by Brown, Durrell & Co., dealers in
dry goods, on Bedford street, corner of
The great fire of 1872 broke out on
the corner of Kingston and Sumner
streets, and tho alarm of yesterday's
fire was rung in from the same box
which did similar duty at 7:13 p. m. on
the evening of November 9, 1872, when
tho fire fiend broke loose, and before
being subdued consumed nearly $100,
000,000 of property.
The first alarm rung in yesterday
was immediately followed by the first
general alarm in Boston since 1872.
Yesterday's conflagration raged for six
hours, burned over two acres of terri
tory covered by magnificent structures.
As soon as Chief Webber, of the pro
tective department, arrived, it became
apparent that a long, hard light with
the fiery element was before the de
partment, and a general alarm was sent
out, and this was soon followed by
calls upon neighboring cities and towns
for assistance. The flames were soon
pouring from all the windows and the
roof of the Brown-Durrell building.
At 8:45 they had spread to the Shoe
and Leather Exchange building,
another largo granite structure adjoin
ing Brown, Durrell & Co., on Bedford
street. From both buildings the flames
swept in great masses across Bedford
street to the opposite corner, thence
across Kingston street, along Bedford
to Chauncey street, where it was
stopped in the store of Farley, Harvey
& Co., the upper stories of which were
The scenes about the fire were re
plete with excitement and activity.
The police were prompt in roping off
the streets and keeping back the
crowds, leaving ample room for the
firemen. On every corner engines
puffed, rumbled and emitted torrents
of black smoke, while hose lines by
the score lay in a twisted, tangled web
up and down the streets for blocks on
all sides. The territory bounded by
Kingston, Bedford and Chauncey streets
w:is the principal theater of destruc
tion. Here the conflagration leveled
ever' thing. Within an hour after the
first alarm sounded the whole structure
of Brown, Durell & Co.'s building col
lapsed with a tremendous crash. The
flames were darting from doors and
windows and the interior of the block
was a glowing furnace. Dry goods and
other combustible matter, with
which the houses were packed,
burned to a white heat. Granite
crumbled and iron girders melted
away like ice. The streams from the
engines were dissipated into vapor be
fore they touched the fire. Suddenly
the cry arose "the walls are falling,
back, back." The crowd surged back
for their lives, startled by the shout.
Firemen dropped their nozzles and ran
to save the apparatus. Great gaps
opened in the walls and bricks from
cornices dropped into the street with
A thrilling rescue from immediate
death was made by Officer Charles
Maynes, of division 2; Officer Benja
min, of division 16, and "Sleepy," the
colored attache of the city hall, about
9:45 o'clock in the building No. 80
Chauncey street. Edward E. Whiting,
a veteran fireman, helped with the hose
on the building. It grew terribly hot,
the walls threatened to fall and the
cry was raised to get back, as the
roof was caving in. A desperate
rush was made by all hands to get
out of reach of the tumbling bricks, and
all escaped save Whiting. He was
struck, knocked down and covered by
the halted debris. Officers Maynes and
Benjamin braved the furnace-like heat
and the risk of falling walls and tried
to find the buried man. "My God, can
any ono help me?" was the cry they
heard. This directed them to pile of
truck and timler, under which they
found Whiting imprisoned. Frantically
they pulled and hauled at the hot
debris. Ever' moment they expected
to bo killed with falling stones, but
bravely kept at work. They got hold
of Whiting's amis and tried to pull him
out, but the burned skin and flesh came
off in their hands. Once more they dug
away at the debris to free the burned
and injured man. They succeeded in
this and got Whiting out It was found
that his right leg was broken, that
he was frightfully burned about the
head, anus and body, and otherwise
injured. Ho was driven with all speed
to the city hospital. It is believed that
his injuries will prove fatal.
Police Sergeant Kimball, Patrolman
Haynes and ex-Councilman David
Berry rescued seven, people from the
building at the corner of Kingston and
Among the seriously injured are:
Michael Atkinson, policeman; John
Halley, hoseman; Thomas Quigley;
District Engineer Bartlett; Edward
Frohan, foreman; J. Dacey, fireman;
The most conservative estimate of
the loss is $4,000,000. The insurance
Scandal la High Life.
Troy, N. Y., Nov. 29. George S.
Walworth, a broker of New York City,
arrived here with two private detectives
in search of his wife, who, he had
learned, left New York with Jack
Verner, secretary of the Forge and
Iron Company, of Pittsburgh, Pa., and
went to tho Troy House, where Vemer
had registered. They followed a bell
boy into Verners room, and it is al
leged, found Mrs. Walworth in the
room with Verner. A warrant was
nfwnimwl tYki- the flotjititfnri VarnAV
and Mrs. Walworth; but they left bur- I
riedly for Albany.
OF RECENT OCCURRENCE.
I The Gaoilan ranch of 7,855 acres la
Monterey County was sold the other day
i Tins courts of Berks County, Pa., have
decided that a type-written will is il
legal. Delaware County, Pa., let her one
hundredth anniversary go by recently
without taking note of it.
I The Chicago public library has beem
' awarded a gold medal by the jury on in
struction and education at tho Paris ex
A tioN in the Philadelphia Zoo, suf
fering from tho toothache, his keeper
administered laughinggas, put tho beast
to sleep and safely extracted the offend
A Washington lady recently pur
chased is Winchester a mahogany side
board over ono hundred years old and
shipped it to tho wifo of ex-President
Cleveland as a present.
At Memphis, Tenn., Sirs. Annio Ev
ans (colored) lately brought an action
against Patrolman Conway (white) for
calling her "Aunty" on tho street She
lays her damages at 5,000.
The tallest smoke-shaft in America
was completed recently on tho grounds
of the Fall River iron works. Tho
chimney is S40 feet high above tho
granite base, and is thirty feet square
at tho bottom.
Mns. McAnow, ono of tho owners of
tho Spoiled Horse Mine of Montana, re
cently drove into Helena in a buckboard,
unattended, carrying a gold brick worth
$40,000. It took two porters and a truck
to get tho heavy mass of gold from the
waeon into tho hank.
Tins sheriff of Warren County, Fa., is
a humano man. Tho other day he start
ed for Allegheny with a prisoner whom
ho was to land in tho Western peniten
tiary. They had to stop over night in
Oil City, and sheriff and prisoner, tho
latter manacled, attended the entertain
ment at tho opera-house.
An old musket which had done service
during the late war, now among tho relics
in tho Libby prison atChicago, suddenly
"went off' with a terrific report, though
it was reclining against a pillar, and no
ono was within two yards. How it was
exploded is a mystery, for the charge
must have been in tho gun for twenty
Tiik Chineso pupils of the New York
Sunday-schools havo opened a club
houso for thoir mutual entertainment.
All tho Chineso newspapers will bo
found thero and tho services of a lawyer
havo been retained to g:vo free legal ad
vico to tho members. Chess, checkers
and backgammon will bo admitted in
tho club, hut tho insidious fan-tan will
bo strictly tabooed. It is a club for
"geed" Chinamen only-
Consumption Surely Cured.
To toe Editor: Please inform your
readers that I havo a positivo remedy for
tho above named disease. By its timely
use thousands of hopeless cases havo been
permanently cured. I shall be glad to send
two bottles of my remedy free to any of
your readers who have consumption if they
will send me their eipress and post-office
address. Respectfully, T. A. Slocum. M. C,
1S1 Pearl street Kcw York.
When a lawyer tells a client he has a good
case, he means one that will win. When he
tells another lawyer he has a good case, ho
thinks of one that will yield handsome fees.
Periodic Headache and Neuralgia; cold
hands and feet, and a general derangement
of tho system, including impaired digestion,
with torpor of tbe liver, Ac, are, in certain
localities, invariably caused by Malaria in
the system in quantity too small to produce
regular chills. Many persons suffer in this
way and take purgatives and other medi
cines to their injury, when a few doses of
Sbullenberger's Antidote for Malaria would
cure them at once. Sold by Druggists.
It would be perfectly safe to lay a heavy
wager that generosity is not the motive
which prompts awoman to give her husband
a piece of her mind.
Deserving op Confidence. There is no
article which so richly deserves the entire
confidence of the community as Brown's
Bronchial. Troches. Those suffering from
Asthmatic and Bronchial Diseases. Coughs
and Colds should try them. Price 25 cents.
Kothino is more wearing on a sensitive
nature than to be made a sort of safe-deposit
where people can leave their secrets. Mil
Millions of women use Dobbins' Electric
Soap daily, and say it is the best and cheap
est. If they are right, iou oughttouseit.
If wrong, one trial only will show you. Buy
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When money gets tight it ought to mako
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Carter's Little Liver Pills, but ge t a vial at
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THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 2.
llutehur steers 3 oo 9 ?5
Native cows ISO 9 2 50
HOGS Good to choice heavy 3 50 B 3 70
WlIK.VT-No.2rvd C8U 70
No. 2 hard G!li (a
CORN No. 2 23tt& 24
OATS No. 2 16 17
UYE Xu.2 35 & 35ti
KLOUlt Patents, per suck... 1 85 kt 2 00
Fancy 1 (i tt I 50
HAY Haled n at 7 00
BUTTKU-Clioice creamery.. 15 0 21
CIIKKSK-Full ci tain 8 w M.
EGGS Choice 17 dt IS
15AOON Hams 10 0 10i
Shoulders S ft 6tj
Sides 7 a 8
LARD 6t 6
TOTATOES m 40
CATTLE Shipping steers.... 20 - 4 80
ltutrhers' steers .. 4 00 w 4 50
HOGS-Packing... 3 60 9 S 70
SHEEP Fair to choice 3(0 A 4 90
FLOim-Choice b 50 9 4 35
WHEAT No. 2 red TTti 77H
CORN No. 2 2Stt 29
OATS No 2 -Jllwa 22
KYE No. 2 40 40tft
BUTTKn-Crcamcry 20 23
POUK 10 50 a to 55
CATTLE Shipping steers... 3 BO 4 50
HOGS Packing and shipping 3 73 & 3 SO
SHEEP Falrtoclinicc 4 00 O 4 25
FLOUR Winter wheat 4 40 e 4 50
WHEAT Xo. 2 red 78 78J
CORN No. 2 34 O 34t
OATS No.2 20 O 20U;
UYE No. 2 44 4tVk
ItUTTEi: Creamery 11; 23
I'OUK 9 W ? Go
CATTLE Common to priiuo. 4 On at 4 SO
HOGS Cf wA to choice 15 a 4 00
FLOUR Good to choice 4 40 ft 10
WHEAT No.2 red 80 8014
CORN-No. 2 42 0 421
OATS Western mixed ,t 27 2
nUTTKR-Oeaiuey...'. 13 e 2lfe
fOUlk j 23 HUM I
Deafness Hay Fever A
Sufferers are not generally aware that
these diseases are contagious, or that they
are due to the presence of living parasites
in the lining membrane of tho nose and
eustachian tubes. Microscopic research,
however, has proved this to be a fact, and
the result of this discovery is that a simple
remedy has been formulated whereby
Catarrh, Hay Fever and Catarrhal Deafness
are permanently cured in from one to three
simplo applications made at home by the
patient once in two weeks.
N. B. This treatment is not a snuff or an
ointment; both have been discarded by
reputable physicians as injurious. A pamph
let explaining this new treatment is sent on
receint of three cents in stamps to pay
postage by A. H. Dixon & Son, cor-of John
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Sufferers from Catarrhal troubles should
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Have you noticed that quiet, languid,
dolce far nientc feeling that has all of a sud
den settled on tho country, as if life is no
longer worth living? It is easily explained.
The base-ball season has closed. Norris
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possess more than ordinary merit and cura
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Ue that it will benefit or cure or money paid
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and scalp diseases, and for all scrofulous
affections, it is specific.
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works for you on rainy days, but the money
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"Any fellow that comes along can get tho
pull on you," said the doorstep to the bell
handle. "Not till ho has walked over you,"
was the bell-handle's retort.
All cases of weak or lamoback, backache,
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A modest person seldom fails to gain the
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cause nobody envies a man who docs not ap
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Pleasant, Wholesome, Speedy, for coughs
is Hale's Honey of Uorehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
A woman may think a man is a genius be
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In an oyster campaign, of course the ene
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A hare opportunity to make STiOO.OO before
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