The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, October 28, 1892, Image 6
mf'amsmw .rjSv ? vm& i- 4S8SBCWv ismsmmisBasasaiteasa 1 vss!5''w.,t P THE BUI) .CLOUD CHIEF. i A. O. HOSMER, Pulilfsher. RED CLOUD. NEIIP.ASKA CURRENT COMMENT. Confidknci: men In Oklahoma tiro swindling farmer, by gottlng them Jo idgu their names to alleged government crop reports. jvfiw London Stninliird's l'nrls cor jlxLportdint says that the phylloxera has jtitqokod tliuvlnes In litisljriiynnd other district ' In tliu department of Ait be, Fnuiec. A itniNocwtos linn been In the London roo for twenty-eight yours, This is ntntcd to lio tho longest tltno un animal of this Utnd litis lived In captivity In London. fytrititoir William has scntrM2,roo to tlicllinnburg senate, requesting that it bo expended in relieving tlio distress among tha families of those who havo died from cholera. vt TWiT lpa'neso government contem plates the eonstrnction of six lines of rail way.aggrcgatlngbOO miles in length. The purclmso of tlio prlvnto railways by tlio state Is also projected. Senator Vi.nvi:.nui.i.a mill other cltl rens of Cnrncos, Venezuela, havo been ltnprlhoned by the Micce.vsful legalists in consequence of the discovery of u plot to recall Guzman Illanco. At Sydney, N. 8. W., the trial of tho Austral laulianklng company directors, charged with swindling stockholders, resulted In tho acquittal of four of the accused and disagreement as to tho iijtlierk A Knoxvim.i:, Tcnn., liveryman fell off a bridge und lauded on a pile of rocks, ti distance of fitly feet, wlillo In toxicated. Ho "escaped without Injury, but got mad because. Ills watch ease was broken." TllK poet Uogorh, whose hospitality Yviwt proverbial, lias tho credit of estab lishing tho brcakfnst party us it link In London society. Tho "mornings" at Ids house arc fuinoun among tho literati of England It Ih surmised that Itmnla inspired Greece's quarrel with Houmanta. It is nlso regarded as posslblo that M. Trl coupis, tho Greek "premier, wished to B divert public uttentlou from Greece's Internal troubles. In answorv to a letter from a collccto? b to thu proper rate of duty charge able on dressed veal, tho treasury depart tnent has informed him that tho veal U dutiable as raw or unmanufactured ar ticle at tho rate of 10 per cent ad vulorcm. Prmmdknt Hauiunon' lias filed his tax list at Indianapolis, and It is given out as a matter of interest that tho figures show an incrcaso in thu amount of his personal-property for tho lust year of 90,000. Ho test I lies to a total taxable valuation of euu.iwo. Jamks S. G unions, author of tho song "We're Coming, Father Abraham.OOO.OOO Wore," died recently at tho ago of 83. The song, which became very popular f during tho war period, wns written in 1802, tint It was not one of tho songs of tho time" that lived after tho soldiers went home. A l.uus letter pays: Mario llashklrt- j BpfTH1 tomb In lho cemetery at l'nssy I , still a pluco of pilgrimage. On the on'ib uro Inscribed the tttlo of Mario's work of painting und sculpture und i iwltliii id u roomy apartment hand- coinoly furnished. Carpets, chairs, 1 footstools, cushions, brlc-a-brna and 'draperie onco used by her uro tliore, us " well iwihor portrait In stained glass and lior bust surrounded by palms and sur mounted by uwreuth. I'Thk statement was recently made that (left. Longstreot was tho only gen- V eral who sighted and aimed a cannon during tho war; but now comes up a fctory df how ox-l'resldent Hayes did thojsumc, thing and made so good a shot , that ho camo within an uco of dropping a idioll on tho verv snot at tho ilmu occupied by (len. William Phillips, of Georgia, nml nts stair, (ion. Phillips i afterward tried his hand at sharpshoot- a Ing und suceoedud in sending u bullet micotufortably near to Gen. Hayes. Goti. I'hillips Is now an assistant United 1 States district attorney ut Atlanta. An account of u generous act on tho part of Oen. Alger hah Jiiht been pub lished In Washington, and It can bo re Tpelited without subjecting tho rich Miehigiindor to the charge of doing It r 'for electioneering purposes, lleforo tlio luto Grand Army encampment Gen. " Alger made arrangements with tho varl ' ous hotel proprietors for food and shel ter to bo furnished to any old veterans who were In actual need of such and who should mako application therefor. Ho did this quietly becauso ho did not care to Invito unworthy applicants and ho paid tho bills and is in no wIfo " responsible for tho publicity of. tho fi i Many troubles und vexations were Caused by a visit which was paid tho other day by tho czar to tho military camp at J turn. Tho latter place is a Tillage, on tlio Jfevu, about ten miles m4ronit. Petersburg, und uccesslblo by vatcr or mil. On tho occasion of tho ft visit fcoldlera wcro placed on tho railway.- Not 'far from tho city nro a num. h "bcr of mills, tho workmon at which live "on tho opposlto side of tho line, going , lioriiu dully for their mculs. TIicmj vorkmen got to their work on Saturday ' morning, but were not allowed to cross the lino aguln the whole duy, bolug obliged to go without their food or buy It in a public, house. No trufllc wus al lowed. Even peoplo who hud their own farm lands nu the sides of tho rail t vuy wcro forbidden to walk across. .Q.'ie trains from Moscow wero stopped, nnd wcro fcotitolV all within a quarter of an hour of each other In tho even ing. Tho rlvui tralllo ws also eutlroly Ufcpcmlcd, NEWS OF THE WEEK. Gloanod By olotrraph and MalL TROHOSAh AND l'OMTICAI- Hnnu Von IIiianiit, German nmbussu dor to China, has resigned. Ho Is ac cused of Intriguing to prevent certain railway concessions. iNi'OfuiATioN comes from Zanzibar that tho nntlvcs havo attacked n Ger man station and murdered soveral pco pie. , , Tun I'lilted SUlcn supremo court 1ms held thc'Mjnerolectornl fuw of? Michi gan to Iki constHutlonal. .liiiini: GitKHii am has written n Icltcr to W. II. Calkins denying tho truth of the story that ho intends to voto for Cleveland. OiiovKit Ci.kvki.an I) wrote a letter de clining to be present at tho world's fair dedicatory exercises and giving his rea sons. The London Times, rcforrlng to the question of tho appointment of a poet laureate, Fays that it may lw taken for granted that a successor to Lord Tennyson will bo appointed. Tho Times thinks that the objections ratted against Swinburne no lotfgor exlfit- Gkn. Daniki. Sickles has been nom inated for congress in tho Tenth dis trict of New York. Mikk McDonald, thu Chicago gambler politician, threatens to bolt tho head of the doruocrutto national ticket Mils. M. E. Lkark writes that nha, never advised any ono to voto for Har rison, whom sho considers us objection nblo un Cleveland. Wiiitklaw Hi'.in, republican nnminco for vice president, has sent out Ills let ter of acceptance. Ex-Piiksidknt Clkvkland will speak at Madison Square garden October 29. TllK French cliamlwr of deputies has appointed M. Loubct, prime minister, and M. Viette, minister of public works, arbitrators of tho Carmaux labor and political disputes. 'Iiik porto in a brief note In reply to an obligatory request from the Russian government nonio timo ngo virtually re jects Kims la's demand that tho sultan of Turkey shall not give audience to M. SlnmboulolT, tho llulg.irlnu premier. Kx-Pjii:sii)i:nt Cleveland denies pos itively that Gray Gables will bo sold. Attounky-Ghnkhal llKNHiv,of Penn sylvania, declares that ho did not say that President Harrison superintended tho purchase of voted In Indiana in 1838, but reiterates his charges that tho state was carried by shameless corruption. Edwin llooxir, tho actor, staying ut Lukewood, N. J., Is reportod better. Piiotkbtant Episcopalians at Haiti more, Mil, passed n resolution ugnlnst giving government rupport to denomi national schools for tho Indians. A mkvolution has broken out In Santiago del Estero, .Argentlno , rapub lie. Several iHirsona have alriady been kllloci London Truth Is nuthorltjBor tho statement that tho luto Lord Teuoy iton destroyed a uiass of his letters and manuscripts a few years ago in a fit of alarm caused by his reading Prof. Fronde's "Reminiscences of Thomas Cnrlylc." MAItQlTIBB I)K llLOCqiTEVILLK, French authoresses dead, uged 78. Mas. Lucy Wiialkn, anlece of Joseph Smith, tho Mormon prophet, died at llurllngton, la., aged t'2. Sho wan a firm boliovcr In her uncle's inspiration. Politics in Hawaii are still unset tled. The London Chronicle's Vipnnn cor respondent says tho days or tho Hun garian cabinet nro numborod. Tiik nmeor of Afghanistan Is endeav oring to hccuro lirltlsh help In having his illegitimate son recognized us tho successor to tho throne, which his sub jects violently oppose. Eiiancr has gained many Important concessions from the sultan of Morocco. Mil. IIlaink paid u vlslUto republican headquarters in Now York and had a conference with tho loaders. Tin: infant King Alfonso of Spain is ill. Hon. E. II. STU.K3lsin Washington on law busluess before tha supremo court JunoK E. E. Tiiaykii, of Iowa, was made chairman of tho national roads convention held ut Chicago during tho Columbian celebration. Tiik Now York Herald's La Gnayra special says: United States Minister Scruggs has formally recognized tho government of Gen. Crcspo as tho legal government of Venezuela. Tho steamer South Portland, which loft New York recently with u cargo of arms und mu nitions of war, has arrived ut La Guuyru. Mus. Hahuibon'h condition on tho lUst was hitch as to excito tho gravest fears, but toward evening alio rallied somewhat and Dr. Gardner said that ho did not think sho was in iuimediuto danger. M1HLEI.UVNUOUS. Okn. O. O, IlowAitD spoakt woll of tho militia aud wauta a larger appro priation. CoNciitATUtATtoNB wero exchanged through tho now telephone line be tween Chicago and Noy York on tho 13th. Unknown persons throw rocks through tho windows of tho private car in which Gov. McKlnloy and party wero riding at Hurricane, ubihuU station in West Virginia. Rich lead and silver ore has been found ut Kegar, Ok. Tup. International geographical con gress, held In connection with the Co lumbian exhibition, was opened in Madrid In tho pivsenco of n concourse of eminent Spanish und foreign sav unts. Joii.v Woods has been arrested at Richmond, Va. , clmrged with being an accomplice of Llzzlo Horden in tho doublu murder easo ut Fall River, Mass. Tin: caso against Labor Commissioner Peck, ot New York, for burning btatls tlcs will not bo decided until tho day beforo election, TllK Chicago schools hud their Colum bus day on tho 10th. A concerted pro gramme was tiaud in each sclwol houso. A itinox of terror is reported at Scott's Ridge, ICy., bocausu of feuds butwoun tho Sltipps and their friends on one side aud tho umlcrwoous, liulcya und iiknggs on the other. UnioK Theological seminary Jo likely to lose l,OO0.0t)0 boquesUi .since It has bolted the Presbyterian church for In dependence. Tin: City of Paris steamship made a recent trip from Queenstown to New York in ft days, It hours and twenty four minutes. A MiPHounr, Kansas & Texas passen ger train was ditched In tho Indian ter ritory, but forlunatoly nobody was hurt Nink prisoners escaped from Jail at Hampton' Ark. The total vnluo of property In Illi nois' listed for tuxnt'on by tho nsscs tors and loard of equalization Is l3.'U,iUO,noO. Tin: city council of Dallas, Tex., has reduced salaries of nil ofllclula 40 per cent A Tnur. bill was found by tho grand jury at Philadelphia ngalnst Dr. Zulll, thu veterinarian who docked tho tall of Mrs. llrooks' horse. Eiikd Wolf, a farmer living on In diana Kcntuelc creek, in Jcfforson coun ty, Ind whllo excavating, brought to light eighteen human skeletons, sup posed to bo tho remains of Indians, burled perhaps a century ago. Ciiinamkn nro being smuggled from Canada Into tho United States by way of Toledo. Cotton operatives of Lancashire, En gland, havo boon notified of u'flvo per cent reduction In wages. Sixteen stores and dwellings in the town of llcoton, Ont, wero destroyed by frrc. Tiik partial eclipse of the sun on tho 20th was succcflsfnlly obsorvod in the cost The grand clvlo and military parade In Chicago was tho greatest demonstra tion ever seen in the United States. 8. C Takhant, a tourist, has been murdered near Monterey, Mexico. Ho was from liuffalo, N. Y. Two men out of n gang of fourteen wero killed by a collapse of a sewer at Hamburg, Germany. GiieknlkAF bent Martha Wilkes at Nashville, Tenn. Time, 2:10,'. Lanoi'okd Hall, tho Lancashire resi dence of Mrs. Rylnnds, tho philan thropic widow who purchased tho fa mous Althorp library from Earl Spencer and donuted It to the city of Munches tor, has been plundered by burglars, who carried off Jewelry to tho vuluo of 20,000. Tun nbu-unlon boarding houso of Mrs. O'Neill, at Homestead, P.i., was set on flro ami narrowly escaped de struction. Thoro was no clew to tho origin of tho fire. The Episcopal house of bishops has named tho bishops for tho newly cre ated missionary jurisdictions. At Sardinia, O., Stephen Felkes, n banker, was killed in a dlftlcultv with a tenant over the ownership of bomo corn. Till third game of tho world's cham pionship scries was played on tho 21st and lloston, by tho effective pitching of Nichols, pave Cleveland a shutout. Tint solemn dedication of tho world's fair buildings at Chicago afforded ono of tho grandest and most unique spec tacles tho world has over witnessed. The celebration concluded with an un equaled pyrotechnic display. Gkoiioi: IUnTLKTT, United States marshal at Pine Ridge, expects an In dian outbreak. A hoy named Neunllst act a gun trap for chicken thieves at Louisville, Ky. His mother was first to open tho door of tho.chlcken coop and her head woh ! almost blown off. Tho boy wub released on ball. Duui.no tho bicycle moot at Point Ilrcezo truck of tho South End wheel men, near Philadelphia, William II. Marmot, uged 50 years,, dropped dead from heart disease ten minutes alter (lul&hlng a race. ADDITIONAL DISrATCUKS, At Los Angeles, Cat, a frightful ex plosion of a piece of pipe killed seven persons and wounded others. Uoston Is having nn easy timo with Cleveland in tho world's championship aeries, talcing tho fourth consecutive game. FitKn UT.iiicii, n boy oi H, was ui tacked by dogs and partly devoured at Ryeiimoro, III. He died shortly after being taken from the savage brutes. Tub dulco of Roxburgh, England, is dead. A kkw disease, contagious and fatal, Is reported. In Japan, Its native place, it Is known ns berl bcrL Tiikiik Is probability of the prlnco of "Wales visiting Chicago uext year. Tiik plant of tho Phamlx powder mill at Kellogg, Wk Va., has blown up. No one wns hurt MuitDK.ltous Apaches, supposed to Iks members of the Kid's gang, have killed two cowboys In Arizona. Omvkii l'Kiutr, tho notorious ew York express robber, escaped from An- burn pcnltcutlury, but waa recaptured, A Ciiinksb newspaticr at Sau Francis- co says China will resent tho now ex clusion net by making Americans In that couutry wear tugs and by possible hostilities. Tin: Hamburg-American Steamship Ca's warehouse at Hamburg was burned. The loss amounted to (500,000. Nr.w Youk'h Presbyterian synod dis posed ot the llrlggs e.iso by relocating 1 back to tho Now York presbytery, where it originated Till: Lako Shore road is being doublo tracked between liuffalo and Chicago. Coi. J. H. Wood, a pioneer museum manager, died at Adrian, Mich. NoKTHEliH Mexico is threatened with a coal famine. Joseph Pkiikb and other students of Eastmun college wero playing football ut Poughkoepsle, N. Y., when Pcros cuino in contact with ono of the other players, receiving such injuries that ho died. The full produced concussion of the bniln. Wiu.ust H. Kku.y, died at Frank fort, Ind. An autopsy showed a cancer ouh growth around a shoemaker's ilwl, tvhlclt ho had swallowed thirty years ago. Tnciti: aro differences In Gladstone's cabinet regarding tho disposition to be made of tho Irislulynamlters. A N mm Nit of election commissioners nro charged nt San Fruuolsco with fraud in not removing names of "stuffors" from tho books. DEOTituoTivu Mtorms nud floods with accompanying heavy losses of life aud property uro reported In Sardinia REID'S ACCEPTANCE. rtnn. Whltrlstr tMil (live Ont 111 I.nt trr nf Arppitiince-lll VJkxm on Nation al yiialloim. Ni:v Yomc, Oct CO. Following is tha letter of acceptance of Whltclaw Itcid, republican candidate for vice president! lion W T Ilurtiln, Aii'lvrson, In.li tlcirSIri When ilia nomination with which the tmtionil convention hail honored mo was formally nnnounccil by your committee 1 fto copUmI It ut onco. Indoinxw) I acouplcd also tho principled set forth In tho resolutions ailoptci) by tho convention us the basis of thu aprrftl to popular KU.tr.ifrc. To do ntlier, or lest than this, is, to an horjor nblo mim. an Impossibility. A tiolltloal pirty Is nn nsnoclntlnn ut cltl."ns, sucking to h.ivo tho government conducted In nccordanco with It8lew nud presenting cntidldntis whom It strives to elect for Unit purpose To accept lta nomination nlthout Intending to carry out Its principles would bo ns dishonorable, and an crim inal as to procure pooilrt under fatso pretenses. There will ba nu mtnundnrHtnndln? rs tu tho purpose s of tho republican p-irty In this con test, and nn doubt ns to tho nltlltila of its can didates. What It Intends It has not forth In langunfts that cannot ha mistaken, and tlmy will strlvo by nil the lawful means In their power to enforce Its plainly expressed will. Slnco my Interview with your committee- fur ther reflection und enrcful attention to tho arguments on both sides la tho current publlo dtsciuslon havo conilnncd my belief In tho wis dom of republican declarations, n? tvoll nn In tho lucid enndor with which thoy savo been prciented. Tba party platforms, so-canca. an tnoro lra- poriaru nils year man usual, jiom no icaumu I ruSTMpSCT'SSaS; form of exproHHlon Attention Is tbcrcforo concentrated less on tho men themselves nnd moro on tno principles cacti has pu.t rorwnra to rcprcrcnt, and when, In caso of election, will bo roiutrod to enrry out, Tito declarations of our opponents demand n still closer scratlnr, slnco their victory now would glvo them tho first opportunity they Invu had slnco 1019 to put In prnctlco their policy. Noicr, slnco that date, havo they had control at once, both tn thn exeouttvo and legislative departments of tha government This year tho dlcctloa of prisldcnt clearly carries with It msjarltlcs In both houses of rongreM. It Is obvious that la tho common Judgment of the peoplo In nil parts of tho country, tho reatly vital issues which this ycurdtvido tho pirtlcsnnd demand popular had been extended over tho entire j i,iD nfl,n rpiin litiiirn-lat-declsion. nro those relating to tho tariff and orchestra pit Smooth and tempting l Ills Ulllt-U. XllU UltllSL. decision, nro thoso relating to tho tariff and currency. Fortunately both sides stated their positions on Uieso subjects with directness, simplicity und f ranltness. Tho issues thus m.iOo between thn rival candidates of tho people's i sunrago arc tun-dally sharp this election. Wo , favor n protective tariff, nnd when In full power miulc tho present one. Our opponents favor a Urlff for revenue only and promtou tho repeal of tho present ono. Mr Jt"ld nnalvxci thu tariff p'nns of tho two platforms, showing that tho democratic policy, If logically carried out. Is not distinguishable from free tradu and that Its enactment into law would result In lho vlotcnt disturbance of busi ness. On tho other hand, tho republican policy meant protection to American Industry, protec tion to American Vorliuiciwprotcctlun to Amer ican homos und Its enactment Into law would mean n eontlnuauco of tho prosperous business conditions. Tho writer then takes tho auostlon of exped iency of a protective tarlH and review tho buu'jllM that, ho says, huvo resulted from It during tho past thirty years, naming tho In crease in tho real wealth of the country; tho lncrc.iBu lu American Industries: tho lncrou.su In the valuo of American products: tho Increase In American wage; tho Increase In tha saving banks deposits in tho building and loau associa tion. Coming to tho republican policy of reciprocity. Mr. Held explains its provisions and points oat the bcnetlts which, hj says, It his conferred upon the American producers. Ho shows that the increase In our tr.ulo with tho countrlos with which we huvo reciprocal treaties increased In tho tlrst year 1U 7H pur cent, whllo thu Increase durtuir September amounted to ST. 61 per cent Tho exports to thoso countries with which wo have reciprocal treaties amounted in tho llrst year to t2.M9,Vtlt moro thau tho Imports from them, making a handsomo balaucu of trudo tu favor of Amer ican producers. On tho subject of currency Mr. lteld states tho democrats proposo to broak down tho na banks. Ilostatca thitdlsaHtrotisraiultwouid tional banking currency nnd restore tho stnfo follow thu restoration ot stato bink Issues and states thu republican party would maintain a national banklns ajhtem and suvo tho country from lho baleful Influence of a depreciated currency. Heretofore, slnco 1850, says Mr Hold, tha democrats havo been unable to carry their .hruatencd disastrous legislation, because, thoy havo necr at ihosainu timo had control otboth brunches of congress and tho presidency, Tho republicans Imd ulnuys dominated cither tho houKo or sonata or oxeuuttvu ofllco, so that thuy haoliccn nblo to prevent nn enactment Into law of tho democratic pjllcles, which had threatened ills liter. "Hut tho present political situation," continues tho totter, "makes tt plain that dcmicritto victory in the slates uhlch thoy must now carry in order to elect tho projident would also tnsurn them enough now senators to ruverso thu present slender majority In tho senate. If their elect tho president thH timo thoy will cer tainly havo Un houso and thus be placed In ub Holuto control for thu llrst time slnco 1839, with nothing to prevent their carrying out tho threats thov initio u,'alint lutli Un present tariff and tho present currency, Thoso ques tions ot tariff und currency an vital and of In sUiut luipirtanco to tlu'wholo country and to nil its peoplo. radical chan-roi umountln; to an absolute reversal of policy. Tha attempt lo change tho Issue and dlvort' attention from these prussln; questions of th hour lo ttia alleged forco bill scarcely calls for a notice. Tho very tltlo ot thu bill roterro t to proclaimed Its objcot to bo to prevent tho ,tia of force at elections. It failed, anyway, and southern whtto men who wero lately the chlof opiionontH uro now bcalnnlns to wish tt revived. to protect them from holm; tliumiclvo-t counted out at elections they havo fairly Won as tho I other day in Alabama by tholrown whlt fel- low democrats. It Is well, however, to say o .leauiielat.oa 1? tho nwcrauo ' 0'mnrnent m y cral ofilccrs Is ki tfiipcrvlso thu election of fed- Krotcsquo. That principle. hu:i lone In en recognized: and It has ticen sustained by tho courts It novr stnnds undisputed on tha statute- bojki und tt was enforced at tho rocont elections by Cleveland, tho president of tho United States, through his order of Oatol)or', IbS), to his uttonicy-rcner.il. Hut It tsuotto bo dlsKulncd thit tho recent clamor against tlio prln.lplo, If It means unythlnif, means a pur Ixfo to nullify articles XIV. and XV. ot tha conslltiilloii of thu United States. In conclusion Mr. Hold eulogized tho personal character and tho administration of President HurrUon, nnd nays: It may bo said that tho present condition or tho country nnd public conlldcnce In tho admin iHtrallou combine to form tho Hlrongost protest ualnt KUliJoctliiK the peoplo to tho shock and needless risk Inevitable to such a change A sudden reversal ot policy Is not what either thosuTgeottor. lot ordinary business prudence or other obvious and general contentment of peoplo rail for. I bcllovu your declaration of principles and your rcnomlnatlon ot the pres ent pollen und sltllllul prcslrtont wilt com mand popular approval at tho polls and wilt, under Uod, inuro to tho continued benouta to our country. Hrlxure of StnuggUr. Ottawa, Out, Oct sa The govern ment has been advised ot tho seixnro of a Chinese smuggling schoo-aeroff Sand wich, a few miles from Victoria. Tho schooner turned out to bo tho San Joso, which has been doing a good business by binuggllug Chinamen into tho United States. Two months ago sho landed elghty-flvtt Chinamun near San Francisco, and later fifty ottiors wero landed near San Quentln, on tho Cali fornia const Who n tlio vessel waa Bcl'-od by Collector Mllno it wiih ascer tained that arrangements wore just per fected to transport tifty more Mongol ians to tho United States. GRAND BALL. - . Ths Worlil's Fair Drdleotlon Innngnrated With u (Jraud llll-Tho Children Celn- lirate. Chicaoo, Oct 20. In behalf of other patrons and of tho patronesses of tho ball, Maj.-Qcn. Miles, Mayor Wash burnc, H. K. Falrbank, Gcorgo M. Pull man and Marshall Field had invited 4,000 prominent citizens of various states to participate in a reception ten dered to tho president, vlco-president and ox-presidents of tho United States, tho representatives of foreign govern ments, tho governors of tha states and territories and other distinguished guests. Whllo in its Inception and con duct thu function of last night was un official, It opened tho baptismal jubila tion of tho world's fair of 18'J2-a. So it was that there Avcro btlllant scdnes In and about tho Auditorium building early lost evening. Thou sandfe of electric lamp glowed brightly from tHo facade of the towering' build ings on tho lnko front Along tho broad pavements of Michigan avenue dense crowds of peoplo wci'e content to stand closely packed for hours, viewing tho uotnblo folks as they arrived to at tend tho reception. f About 0 o'clock the ' rumble and flash of glistening equip ages began, ilia lady managers unci pntrotlCSRCS Of 'the tlfiair Were coin- 1 t0th? rendezvous which had UWII liAUU v u.ov. XI1U i;ili;i- ally invited guests followed in rapid succession. Once within the great Audi torium tho first impression was that re sulting from a flood of light, almost dazzling to tho unaccustomed eyes, nnd yet it was tho soft, aggregated glowing of incandescent lamps myriads of them. There seemed no stross of light In any quarter of tlio great hollow, so equally wcro the lamps distributed. tho greaisteci nro curtain or tno smgo had been lifted and tho stage flooring tempting l0,r .rKJin. the rccoptlon, and which continued until nearly 11 o'clock, tho vice president was escorted to tho lodgo on tlio tmmedlato right ot tho stage, nnd tho remainder of the distinguished guests followed in ti.ts r,rho members of President Hnrrlson's cabinet, headed by Secretary Foster and Postmaster-General Wnnamaker, Speaker Charles F. Crisp and party, VUiui uuhvicu .tiuiviiiu l. ruiiuruuu party, tho associate justices of the su preme court Hoxcs II to M were occu- I pled by Govs. Reynolds, of Dolaware; Pattlfion, of Pennsylvania; Abbott, of New Jersey; ltulkclcy, of Connecticut, Russell, of Massachusetts, and ltrown.of Maryland The reception commlttcu held tho fort in box N, and had ns neighbors Gov. Flower, of New York; Holt, of North Carolina, and Jlrown, of lthodo iHiantt uox a nail been assigueu to that eminent philanthropist and advo cato of prison reform, cx-Prosldeiit Rutherford I). Hayes, but tip to a la to hour, this distinguished guest had ffillcd to put in an uppcarancc. There were some dazzling toilets in tho adjoining box, which had boon al lotted to tho board of lady managers, and in which Mrs. Potter Palmer, president of the board, was at times conspicuous. The visiting members of tho diplomatic corps, the local directors and the members ot the national com mission wore nearby neighbors of tho ladles and beyond these twenty-llvu consecutively numbered boxes wcro occupied by tho executives of states previously unprovided for, commenc ing with Oov. Page, of Vcr inent, and concluding with Oov. Mark- hum, ot California. All ot tho chief ox rnla. All of tlio olilef ox- accompanied cither by members of their respect- rcutivea wero KtS aSS-'ftSifS Holes, of Iowa; Peek, of Wisconsin, and Uoyd of Nebraska, conspicuous In so far that they hccmcd to bo the target for the hundreds of lorgnettes that wero called into requisition at Intervals, by tho grand aux dames on the dancing floor. TUG SCHOOL CIUI.DnKX. CiliOAOO,Oct20. Yesterday witnessed two important events in connection with the dedication of tho world's fair and theso wcro followed nt night by tho inauguration, reception and ban quet nt the Auditorium. The first event was tho celebration of "Columbus day" by tho school children 6f the city and youthful enthusiasm, was given the widest play, Tlio com mlttco of stato and city superintend ents had arranged a programme for tho. celebration in tho public schools nnd the children exoctited tho order of ex ercises with vim simultaneously in tho . scores of school buildings, which wero all decorated. First came the reading of President Har rison proclamation. This wns fol lowed by a flag raising aud tho pupils saluted the colors, pledged their allegi ance to tlio flag nud In concert Bang "America." The next feature ,was reading of tho bcrlptures or somo ac knowledgement of tho Dlvlno llclng. Each school then joined tn singing "Columbus Day." In tho primary grades tho llttlo onos recited patriotic verses und sang llttlo sougs, while in tho grammar and high schools histori cal essays woro read and declamations delivered und Joaquin Miller's song, "Columbus," as arrangod by O. Blaok mau, was sung. Singing of "The Flag of tho Free" by each school closed tho exercise). Dividing attention during tho day with tho school celebration was the ar rival from Washington of tho cabinet ofllcers, members of tho diplomatic corps and justices of tho supreme court Ktavenaon Not Yet Itnady. BiJUUNOHAM, Ala., Oct 20. Gen. 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