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HE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
FOURTEENTH YEAR. OMAHA , NEB , , FRIDAY MORNING , SEPTEMBER J2 , 1884. NO. 71
L'A CRIMEAHD A CURSE , "
Congressman Finerty's Cntting
lent of Groror Gloyelanfl.
In the Name of the Irish-Ameri
can Vote ,
The Brilliant Legislator from
Follows the Standard of the
And Denounces the Democratic
As an Knciny of the I'eoplc A Sni.i-
ixij'tcr of Pauper Ijabor.
Special Di-ipatch to Tnu ] ) iu. :
CiltCAfiO , Boptember 11. The Cili/.en , Iho
leading Irish organ of the West , owned by
Congressman Finerty , will to-morrow say :
"Ueg.trding Grover Cleveland as nn enemy of
thopmplo , it is proven to hi ] sntisfnctiou by
liia record. Mr. Kinorty declnrjs that the
election of such a man to the otlico uf chief
mjg'utrato of this republic would bo a crime ,
A cuiwi : .
It would bo Iho promoUou of narrowness , uf
bigolry and of mediocrity , over expanded in-
Intellect" , tried stitesmnuship , imd unqucs-
tionod gomiis. Without surrendering n prin-
ciplothatho has over held , without nbandon *
ing the paoplo tlia indepoudont nnd honest
people who have trusted in and elected him ,
Mr. 1'inerty , on the broad ground of
American citizenship and American glory ,
heicby deeUros his preference for James U.
Elaine , as tlio presidential candidate , llu de
clares against Cleveland , bocauau ho baa
AN 1LSKMT OK T1IK LADOUKIl
and the mechanic , the ally of the monopolists ,
the self constituied judge of the constitution
ality of the me.v-mrers , Intended to benefit the
people , the barefaced dodger of the vital ques
tion of protection to American industries ( ind
tlio champion , nccoptod and ratified , of a for
eign interest on this continent.
Blr. li'incrty will never bo
found voting for nny dubious American who
lias the unqualified supuort of the Times , the
Telegraph , the Standard nud tha Nuwa , of
HE BniTOUTS JAMES 0 , DLAIKK
because , in declaring npauly for protection
agaluat Europe , nud froa commerce with our
American neighbors on and below our south
ern frontier , ho advocates the true American
policy , and the only ono by which our coun
try cannot only remain great , frca and proa-
porous , but nlao by which she can cprend
the influence eho ought to pos-
cs8 on the two cis-Atlautic con
tinents nnd maiutain tbo letter of that demo
cratic Monroe doctrine which says to Europe ,
"Hands oil" nnd of whish Mr. Bhiiue , al
though a republican 13 the
T11UE8T AND JI03T GIFTED
living exponent. With him nt thobead of Ihe
nation there would bo ift > fear that the Pan
ama canal shall emer degenerate into a
European , water waj' . "
lUcCollouuli'a find Condition.
CONKV IBLAND , September 11.Last even
ing a strange man wai discovered atlempting
to walk the trestle work of the Marine rail
way from Manhattan to Brighton , Beach. An
oflicer put him aboard a train , when a man
recognizwl him as John McCollough. Watch
waa kept on him as it wn : fojied ho would
commit tuicido. After the train started Me
Colloagh attempted lo jump oif , but was pro-
vented. On his arrival at lirighton 13each ho
complained of his head aud the fearful heat of
tbo past few days. It was evident that the
eminent nclor was suffering terrioly , and a
close watch was kupt ovur him until ho reach'
id f i lends in Now York who had been noti
fied uf his condition. It seems that McCol-
lough fancies ho ia followed by men who
wnut to kill him. He kec s dodging imagi
nary foes constantly.
NEW YOKK , September II. John McCol-
lough , who was reported to hava been prostra
ted nt Manhattan Buach yesterday , ii > eaid by
hU fiiondH to ho all riht ( ; to-day'nt his hotel in
this city. TJio Mail and Kxpress , luwdvcr ,
sayi ! that he ia contintd to hid bed , and ] ihy-
8ici.ui ) refuse to i tate \vhit : is bis malady.
The Tribunu nays : "Mr. McCullough
dined at the Manhattan bea-jh AVcdnusdiy
evening with Wright y.inford , W. K. Connor
nnd Borne other members ot thft Hluo Itibbou.
brigadu and lemun dq with which the fiugnj
rejia-ii was washed Jutvn , in accordance with
thu invariable cu-t m of tlia party , was of pe
culiar potency , whether there w.n.s : i trifle too
much hugaror whether tholuleful lemons had
been Mlpplled with too liberal a hand , JOIM
not appaar , but cerlnin it is
it alfcctod the digustivo orgaus uf thna
pro.sent after a marvelous fashion , Mr. Me
Oullough In fact ruse from the tablu while
uightwaayet young , nnd nuirmuilng Homo-
tlung about "That Infernal lub-tor calad al *
wayu plays tha doucu with mo , " wont fur a
short walk. While courting the balmy evening -
ing brcuzas alongbhoiu , ho wa < approached by
a _ considerate stranger who knew him by
light. Thu atrnugor look his arm , and no
ticing ho w a hutfuriiiff from what veemod
nn ovcrdo o of quinine , tenderly put
him on board a houiaward IMIUH ! tram and
sens his liluiHing nnd n dispatch tu a Now
York newspaper speeding after him slmulU >
neoiifly. McC > fluuy leauhud hin hotel , the
St. Juinoa is uuffty and felt so far recovered
yesterday morning that hu breakfasted with
hia manager , Joseph Brooks and proposed to
recall hU cancelled dates end begin the Beaiou
next Monday , ttnrtitu ; for Chicago this morn *
ing , That was , however , impossible , but it
waa decided that hu would oiicn In thu west
next Thuruday , playing in Chicago the Mon
" ' " "
"Tho World * ays ; KTw
" Thu Bonsational stories about John McL'nl-
lough , Iho tragedian , are found , upon invest ! .
gallon , lo be utterly witduut foundation , Mr.
Mcl'ullough is in Ihn best health niul spirits
this evening nnd will start out onJhU profci
f ional tour next Week.
I.KXIXUTO.V UACM ,
LKxiNflTON' , Ky. , September 11. Track
fast.lilo and nn eighth Deb Milo < won ,
Light nnd Kansas ran n dead boat for the
second plncos time , Ij'i'J.
IvPtitucky atnllion stakea threo-year-old
Audrian won , Hosjiry WM Iho only oilier
slarlcr ; Ihno , ; tiaj : ,
Mih1 , s ° lling allownnceaVrft won , Itllvo
second , Neophyte third ; time , 1:11 : ,
Owners' liAinlicap milo nil ngoa Aleck
Auiunt won , liz.lu S second , Vanguard third ;
lime , 1:13 : } .
TUOTTINO IIHKEIIKIIS MUUTIXO ,
The ( Ighlh annual meeting uf the national
association uf trolling her e breodcra closed nt
the I\ow York driving club park to-dny.
The 1'illoy Helenn , by Meredith , walked
over for the annual nursery stakes.
The Manhattan ntakoa were won in ttraighU
by Miss 1.eland beating ISattouno 1'riiico in
1:3I'J:33nndli3l ! : : ; | .
1'roiluco otakuj valued at § 175 , wcru won by
Olympia , Temple nnd 1'atrlcla were distanced
in tha flint licat. Time , 'J:4UJ. :
MAHAOAN3KTT 1'AHK HACKS.
I'uovtUKsci : , September 11.Tho Nnrr.v
ganpctt paik truck was excellent to-d.\y. The
117 ! ; clans , unlini > hed ywlcrday , Uess o M.
won , Lorlno 2d ; Mnsdna lluy ! * d ; time 2:15. :
In the po'lpnned 2:23 clnts r.ica Iho judges
anmmncod the suspension uf Toner nnd driver
( Rollins ) of Montgomery , fur dishonest driv
The summary of the -.23 clasi , uufiniahod
vostorday , i as follows : Montgomery won ;
Iron Ago ld ! ; ICItty 1'alchcr 3d ; Don Carlos
1th ; best time ' 'ilH.
In the 2:17 wco Harry Wilkca won , Clem-
mio fid ; I'hlllia 3d : lir ! : > 5 , 2lIJ ! , 2:10J : , 'Jl7i : ,
S:1GJ ! : , ail. : !
In tbo fiee-for-nll uaccrs , Westmont won ;
Jewolt M ; iilly S. 3d ; time 1:15 ! : , UUOJ ,
2:13 : ? .
DHinllTOK 1IKACII HACIW.
BuiaitTON UKACII , September 11. Track
Three-quarters milo purse Nellie Glon-
inn wuu , Day -M , ISonnio Chief 3d ; time ,
1'ursp selling milo nnd n furlong Musk
won , Klnherly 2d , Buttercup fd ; time , lf)7J. : )
I'urso handicap nil j\ges milo nud three
furlong Edwin A. won , Wave o' Light 2d ;
time , L':22J. :
I'urso for non-winnera nt Brighton in 1S8I
ono milo Hnledon won , Gloudower 2d ,
Clnrnucu 3d ; time , 1:1U. :
1'iirso Boven furlungs Klorenco M ! . won ,
Jim Carlisle 2d , SiiiKjon 3d ; time , 133. ;
I'urso handicap steeple chase short course
Charlie Eppa won , Hanger 2d ; time , 145 ; .
BllKEI'SHKAI ) HAY IIACK3.
iKAn BAT , Sept. 11. Track fnst.
1'uiso for two yenr old , aolliut' , 3 milo , Sussex
won. Joy Boll second , Miss D.Uy third ; time ,
Handicap sweepstakes , milo nnd a furliing ,
Duplex won , Furg Kyle second , l > igun third :
Bridge handicap , 1J miles , Wntor Lilly won ,
Louisetto tecond , Bla > a third ; time 2:33.
llnndicn ] ) BweoD tuke ? , all ages , ] ? miles ;
Mnnitor won , Clonmet aecoud , Dutehcss
third ; time 3:05. :
Thrcn-quartcrs milo purse , threo-yearolds
nnd upwards , selling , 1'inafora won , Medusa
second , Galaxy third ; time llij. (
Steeple clniEO , [ short course , Quobeo 'won ,
Charley Epi > 8 second , Disturbance thud :
time , -1:13.
Tlio AVc-atlicr To-ilnv.
WASHINGTON , September 11. For Upper
Missisaippl valley : Fair , variable winds ,
slight rise of temperature.
1'or .Missouri valley : Generally fair , slight
tieu of temperature , southerly winds.
Fair CoiimiisBtim 1'orTowa ,
CKDAII HAVIDS , September 11. The Worlds
Fair commission for Iowa closed a buccestiful
meeting hero to-day. There was a largo at-
lendanco of prominent men of the state , nnd
the proceedings leave no doubt but that the
fund for defraying the expenses of the Iowa
exhibit will bo raised. A proclamation by
Governor Sheiman was presented , ho.irtily en
dorsing thu project , and commending thu plan
for raining funds.
September 11. Lizzie Sheriff
tbovictimof a terrible -mault near Six milo
ferry Iho night of July 20h , in hopilujsly in-
sauo. Sha was t.roiK'lit hfru from her homo
in Syracuse , N. Y. , to testify against the par-
tics nccit'ud of making the assault , but her
condition is such tint her toi'imouy cannot
bo taken in court. Preparations nro being
made to have her place in thu insana asylum.
Carl Soli u ron tlio Stump.
CHICAGO , September 11. Carl Schurz , nt
the Central Music Hall to-night , delivered an
mldrcfs on political topics. The aii'lii nco was
limited to thu seating capacity of the hall nnd
numbered 2fiOO. Tin on or four hundred
others ile irons of obtaining admi-ijion were
WASHINGTON , September 11. The democ
racy of tha DIstiict of Columbia ratified thu
Humiliation of Cleveland and llondriuks by a
grand ojien air dumonstrati > > n -night. . Theru
\vas a i ar.nle with some -1,001) in line , of the-
hial democratic organizutiou and demucrntic
clubs from thu country.
CINCINNATI , O. , September 11. To the
losses by the Hhhop lire hut night tihould bo
nddedtwentyfivo thons-md on Iho building
owned by August liccker , fully iiunrod.
Biuhops claim tlu place was sot on lire and
Ray thuy will h > ld the city rosp'Jii iLlo for
Un > lo-M > s as they , 'nkcd protection homo llmo
ngo and woru denied. Ko arrcati have yet
bom made ,
A Tclctfrunli Miuldlo.
WALL SriiKUT , Soplomber 11. It was re-
liorted on board that the -Baltimore ( c Ohio
telegraph compuiy has given nottc.i , tu lliu
United teleeraph lines that it will withdraw
f'Oin Iho pool unless the bankers nnd mer-
chuntH' dilllculty iaudjiistuii nt ouco.
A Count Tovii TalkOii.
LOKIION , Soptoinbsr 11. Adviies from Ta-
matavu , Kludngascar , All-in : 3'Jth , statu that
thu French had bou.bardod and tomporallly
occupied Mahatiora , a town on thu coa .t ,
fcomo distanca south of 'J'umatavo.
I'AIIIS , Septumbor 11 Thu government de
nies that China ban declared war , The cham
bers will not bo summoned to meet before Oc
tober 10. The pnmo minister luw returned to
Thrro were only two deaths from cholera nt
Several phynlciniia of Homo nro to bo pro o-
ciitrd for refusing to attend cholera cased.
Olh'clnln of aovernl provincial towns Intro been
dlsmlised for neglecting the public health.
Cholera is spreading through the province of
At Olcan.N. Y.yoterday during a lliundfr
shower several t.inks of i > otrolomn containing
.V'iCM ) gallons wotu struck by lightning and
John Wunssner a prominent' citizen nnd
banker of Corpui Chrlnti , Tcias , milcldod
yesterday. No cau o is Apparent but financial
dlllicullies are stupectvil ,
General Biillcr nnd mxtrwn ethers upoak nt
nn open nir mnsa mcolliig in Xowurk un
the 15th ins t.
The Northern Pnclfic railroad yesterday nb *
tallied an attachment agaln > t property in Now
York stnto belonging lo David K. Swan , cash
ier of Iho company nt St. 1'aul , .Minn.
It h charged that Swim wrongfully appropri
ated $ . ' 1,000 of the company's money ,
In the suit before tbo Now York courta of
the IVoplo of Illinois against Henry Hilton
nnd William Libbo , ilungo Donohuo yestor-
May decided tbo plaintilf nhoiild give bond in
the Rum of 87CO ai security for coUs.
The Gowl Templars of Illinois held their
state convention yesterday at BloomingUm.
The total number uf prostrations by heal In
thia city to-dny number 18. There weio M
prostrations In Brooklyn , three of which were
fatal. _ _
A Shanghai dispatch to thp London Tinier
says that the KuRiian Mag fillip has been f ecu
anchored in the Coroan pint , while thu Hoot
remains at Nngrnvpakl , awaiting orders ,
There have been 27 deaths all told in Men-
forlo , Spain , sincu Iho outbreak uf cholera
The 1'yroiinrs ii'jfion in southern Franco
reports 21 do'iths from cholera , Wednesday.
The opposing factions in Iho Colorado re
publican convention , now in session nt Colora
do Spring , nru iiicntiffcd ns "tho Hill" nnd
" .lull-Hill. "
There were two cholera deaths in Marseilles
( \ Telegraph Company's
Special toTmiBm : .
Niw : YOUK , Seplcmljer 11. The meeting of
Ihe Bankers & Morchanls lelegraph peolo |
to-day is reported to hnvo been lo consider
plans for a way one of their financial dillicul-
lies. The result of the meeting is enid lo bo
that Bonanza Mnckoy has promised to take
earn of the Indebtedness , but that it has fiuco
swelled from nbout S-00,000 at that time to
§ 300,000 or more. It was stated nflor tha
meeting that the company baa not yet com
plied wi h the conditions of thu Baltimore &
Ohio and that road fravu notice yesterday of
withdrawal from the pool. Mnckey's represen
tative does not pccm willing now to assume
the increased responsibility.
An American Consiil'a Nerve.
WASHINGTON , September 11 , Acting Sec
retary of State Davis Bent the following com
mendatory letter to Consul Frank H. Mason ,
who has remained at Marseilles during tbo
cholera epidemic in that city nnd Toulon : "I
take pleasure in expressing the high appre
ciation of thu department for the courage and
devotion you have evinced by continuing at
your post during the provalenca of the SLOurgo
which has visited these cities , nnd in the face
of thu danger with which you wcra surround
ed since its outbreak. Your report h exceed
ingly interesting and the information it con
voys is of a rory , u eful charact'fr. " , 4 ,
' At Cincinnati Cincinnali 11. Allegheny ,
At Toledo Toledo , Athletic 2.
At Philadelphia Philadelphiaa 2 , Chicago
At Baltimore Unions Baltimore 2 , Cin
At Washington unions Nationals 3 , Pitta-
bmg3. Gaino called on account of darkness.
At Louisville Louisville , Mclropolilans
At Boston Buffalo , 1 Boston 0. Gntno
called on account of rain.
At Prouidcnco Providence ! ( , Cleveland 1.
At Now York- Now York 2 , Detroit 1.
At Columbus Columbus 13 ; Brooklyn 10.
At Indianapolis ludlunapuha , Balti
more 2 ,
Wins AW , September 11. Thousands of
copies uf the Nihilist proclamation nro dis
tributed , nigncil by the cunlrnl committed of
Skurnovic. The proclamation B&ys : "In the
struggle to sustain the people ugaim > t the rule
of thu czar , wu ought t3 have recnurao to the
same weapons hu uses. Our fight is now as it
uver was , a latitrauco. Wu have donu justice
to Jumiiiiiist tikiript/.yk , whoau death was
wrongly attiiouted lo tha violunco of
thieves. Ho w.a-i executed by us ni f. Rpy.
No traitor escape ] . " The polica have failed
to di.-cover thu Minrco of the proclamation.
Tha police , howuver , i-ei/.ed a Nihilist nt thu
railway Btntion difguiaed as mi olliccr's
Aincrlcuio Ciiiiudti Yloo Vcrnn ,
MoM'iiiCAi. , Kci > tomberll. Alfred G.lrnac
son , notary public , and until lately junior
parlner of the firm of J. II. & A , G , Isaac
Km , has absconded. It is understood that bu
is a defaulter ' to a Inrgo amount of money
ontriiblod to h'im for investment. His decep
tion was kept up for nearly a year by paying
, ho intercut on thunu monuys , lie is alee ae-
cined of forgory. Ho is bufiuvod to bu in Now
/V Fatal Drunk ,
Specinl Dispatch to 'J'llK liii : ,
KIAIINIV : : , Neb. , Septumber 11 , A man
named .Ia ol > Witmer waa killed and a Gor-
mun woinun had her hhoiddoc fractured by a
wng'n uinetting yesterday , as limy weroro-
linniiii' liuino from Kearney in nn intoxicated
o'li'lition. ' They lived twenty inilus north
Till ) Tccnnnry
WASHINITON , Seitembor | 11. Itls rumored
hero that thu president has d-cidud to nppoint
General Grorgo H , Hlmrpo Hecretary of the
treaKiiry. ( Joiieral Kliarj u was rucently ap
pointed as a member of thu coinmisi < ! ijn to
visit iSoulh America.
WAHIIINOTON , September 11 , J. II. Hqul
a private banker who made an alignment
short time ngo , committed sulcidu thii mur
ng by cutting his throat with a pen-knife.
THE CARNIVAL OF DEATH.
ATOODIT the Yioe-Clail Hills and Citron
- . Groves of Italy.
The Terrible Travesty on Na
ture's ' Surrounding Beauty ,
The Remorseless Advance of the
Deadly Plague ,
JL'lio Appalling Death Eato at
Panic and Eiot ] Bender tlio La v
Dcvolliiii to Ilia Sub
JcctH Tlio Honrt-llciulliiK no.
tnllH train Alli'olnlj.
NAI-LKS , September 11. The eitunllon in
this city it growing woreo. For Iho 21 hours
ending at nlno o'clock this morning , there
were UA7 ficsli casoa of'cholcrnnnd 803 deaths.
iVH the ministers have earnestly urged King
Humbert to leave the city but the king re
fuses. The kiug will visit the populua qnar
tore of the city. WhlloUlthig to-day thu
king met an arch blnhop wlu wna upon the
same errand of mercy , Tha meeting of the
king and pielato ia described as very interest
ing and touching. Thu inlninteia of the inte
rior to-day received a visit from the relief
committee and suggested to Hi mcmbora vari
ous cifectUBl pinna for the relief of the sick in
the poorer quarters of the town ,
A number of butchers have left off work
and it way feared that the meat aupply
of Naplea will bo nloppod , bn : a linn of army
contractors at Genoa have undertaken to
lurnlsli ample supply. Thj pinic baa ex
tended to the prisons , and c.iminals confined
in the Carmine jail combined to etfect their
escape , aud the military wna called upon , and
the outbreak waa aupprossot ! . A number of
experienced attendants frou the hospitals of
Mnroiolld are coming to Nnpliii. The minster
of war baa ecnt a number c' .Indents from the
military medical school to ; . ! st Iho physici
ans of Naples , nnd SIgnor Mayllani has handed -
od over to the relief funtho ' emu collected
nndjircscnted to him as a < uiimial gift in rec
ognition of his public ecrvicos.
Thu situation hero continues of most dis
tressing character. Thu dreadful epidemic
increases hourly In Us ravages. A fooling of
the deepest gloom pruvadca the city.i The
misery and sulToring amor fj thu poor Is simply
appalling. King Humbert yesterday was prevented -
vented from visiting the poorer quarter of the
THE scouiiac Timorot r ITALY.
In this city for the 24 hours ended at 0
o'clock this u veiling thuro weiu % fl fresh cases
and 328 deaths of cholera , Ir * . other parts of
the province for the same time thorn were U
fresh caies and 14 death ? . > At Avcllino there
were 4 fro-h casoa and 2 dtaths ; at Bergamo ,
11 frojh case ? , ! ) deaths ; at Cnmpubasao. 3
fresh caaes , ,2 deaths ; af-'Gosfrtn , 13 fresh
cnfecs , C , de'atli8.ntCroiri ; , ; i 2 IWM'I ' - > / , 3
deaths ; at Cimoo , 12 freJh cases , lO'doatlm ;
at Genoa , 3(5 ( fresh caaej auk 21 deaths'at ;
Spezia , 20 fresh canes , 17 deaths ; at Carrara ,
0 fresh cases , 2 deaths ; at Parmea' 8 frush
cases , 2 deaths ; nt Ifeggio. 2 frrsh cases , 1
death ; ulNetira , Putonza nnd Salerno there
has been ono dealh in oacl > place ,
ritorosiiu KXCUIISION ,
It is announced that n grand trans-conti-
ncn'nl ' excursion hat been arranged to start at
the close of this week. Tlio members of the
American nnd British association will bu giv
en an opporturnity to visit the Hocky moun
tains at low ratus. Tickets to Denver and return -
turn , good for thirty days , can bo purchased
for tlio remainder of thu wuok at 805.05 for the
round trip. Opportunities will bo offered for
vifiting Pikes peak , the Garden of thu Gods
and other points of interests.
The situation is slightly improved. King
Ilumbcit today again visited Iho hospitals
and also the cumps of the poorer classes , The
municipal aulhoiitiei' , with Iho approval uf
the archbishop , prohibited all religious pro-
eo'sumn. Two hundred voiunleers offered
their services in the cholera hospitals.
Flood nainii oH in WlHuoiiHin.
KAU Cl.AlllE , September 11. ] ! otb , the Uau
Claire and Chijipowa rivers began falling nt
noon , after reaching tlio unprecedented height
> f 20 feet , which U higher than thu tlood | of
18SO. JJvcry brldf > o on the Chippewa has gene
out , five railroad and fivn wagon biidges.
In this city the lois of property is appall-
ing. No satisfactory CRtiinatu can bo niado at
this lima. In and hntwoan ( jhippuwu Kalis
and Kin Cllaro the hiss will not fall short of
SI f.H,000. ( ) nnd may greatly uxeeod that mm.
Tim I'luu Clare gut cmnpany lones three hun
dred and fifty tons of coal and all thu build-
ingi , valued at $15,01)0. ) DuainCBS houses on
nllmdoiof tlio two liver * are eubinf-ig'id.
Great apprehension IH felt that when the water
roccdes the foundations may bo so impaired as
to crumble thu walls. Two hundred houses
have boon mvopt away here. Only ono bfo
lost no far as hoard from.
TlioSliiuliw1 ( if Coining : KvorKH.
PmHiiuiia.Si'plomberll. On account uf the
depression of trade , Kdgar Thompson , of thu
Steel company , to-day notified the employes
that unless they accepted n induction of
wages , suspension of npaintion will bo neces
sary. Thu firm employs nearly fi,000 men
The probabilities nru that tlio reduction
will bo acct'ptoil us slio number of idle men in
this vicinity is greatsr linn at nny time dur
ing thu past ten years. Only about half thu
mill' ) and glass factories uro In operation.
There is meat ilistr.sH niri'ing ' thu poor and in
consequence , the poor-hoard olliclals Imvo
nearly exhausted thu appropriations fur out
door relief ami six month * yet to run. It is
estimated tuat there nru 1,000 vacant rooms
in the city , on account of the poorer classes
doubling up to leetcn expenses ,
Br , 1'At'i. , SoptembcT 11 A BpocinI t the
livening Dispatch from Man Ulairu says tlutt
booiiij on I'olnt Creole tubutury to thu Chip-
pown river wont out lulu lust night nnd thu
water in tha Hlver rose rapidly. This , witli
Hunting logs curiiod nwny the ujipur bridge o
.ho WIscon In Contrnl nt Chlppown Valla nud
n ! n the lower bridge U'lwoon thoio nnd thin
city. The Milwaukee & St. 1'nut brldgo nnd
nil the city bridges hero nnd the jelly bridge
at Chippown I'Vlla nro nil carried nwny. Tlio
Omhn bildgont the latter plnco ii not yet
; onn but there Is no tolling what may hnppeu
f the water gets nny higher. The Omaha
ruilroid bank is being badly washed , The
vntor i Hooding the tivots of this Hty doing
; roat damage.
JjATKlu The Ivan CIniro nnd Chippow/iy
Ivera nro higher than was nvcr known before ,
-hu water ( lowing over thu principal itroots ,
ind many buildings on the lower grounds nru
loating nwny. Half a million feet of n logs
invo broken from Iho boom tioar 1'dily Mills
lid nro lloating down stream.
I'AUts , Soplomber 11 , Admiral 1'oyron1
ulnislcr of the marine nnd colon ! eg , supports
ho domnnd nudu liv Admiinl Courbct that
ho Kronch ghall olllcially ileclaro war with
hinn , na n necessary action to linuro thu
complo o Micco aof his naval oiiorntluiif. The
.i"ig ro Itntes the I'atonotio ; the Vronch nm-
inuwtsndor to China , received from Taung
, i Yamen , n declaration war by China , but
hn nmba sndor rofured to givn the documoiit
illlclnl rncognition , upon the ground that di-
ilninntlo usngo rondi'ra it necessary that nucli
i declaration should bo mndo direct to the
b'roucli ( uivernniont at Van's ,
Klccli'lcliuiH UronlliiK n Word ,
IMiiLADKU'iiiA , September 11. In to-dny'a
icsslon uf the United States electrical confer.
unco there was a long discussion upon the imb
ed of adopting the word "wAlt"ns the stand-
nd meaauni of power. A similar proposition
VBB rejected nt tlio 1'nrU nmforonce , the Ccr- !
nans objecting to further KnglUh Innovations
u their language , and thn I'leiich having no
_ etter "w" in thoiis. I'rofexBur 1'reeci' , of
.ondon , nrciifil that "vvntt" wns n nnicli
American ns Kuglixh , nnd there could bo no
cavilling nhout ilia term hero. It wns finally
arranged that the matter nhonld bo rofeired to
\ committco to report.
M ut ,
I'llll.AiiKt.l'illA , SoplombDr 11. At to-day's
ess ion of the Amcrloau Feicutisti , 1'rofossor
Morse ropurtal that thu committee in relation
, o duty on Hcientilie books had every reason
o feel a sin red that great relief miiy nhortly
W expsctcd fn > m thu governmonl for Importa-
,11111 of sclentllii ! books to bo used in collides
uid instltutiuns of learning. A commltto was
nppomtod to memorialize conpress tn supply
nouns with which Kclontliio researches in the
natter of fermentation unit its olfecta 'can bo
A $ UOOOO ( Vim.
ISAWIUOliE , September 11. The factory of
, ho Knglish furniture worka. D.Vilf son &
Son proprietors , in South lialtimoro , burned
ihla nfternoon , Thu walls of the factory fell.
: ta destruction Is complotu. Thu building ,
> csidcs the machinery , contained n largo
quantity of finished nnd unfinished furniture
ind lumber , none of which was saved. Thu
iroprioturs now estimate ; the damagu nt S200 , '
K)0 ) upon which them is only n partial insur
mice. The lire origlnrted in the drying room
over the boiler ,
Jny 15yc-Sco in 1'ralnliiK.
KAIASIAZOO , M ich. , September 11. Mr.
Bither , trainer of .Tny-lCyo-Soe , snya that thu
; clding is in the | ) ink of jondition. Horse-
nen from hero nnd nhfoad looking on , nru
expecting u great mile. _ tust hero Satunlay.
Dnriiif tlio uxorcisos this afternoon Jay-Kyu-
3co made the lastiiuartur nt ilU ! : , the fastest
[ quarter over made in Michigan. JCxtra
touches nro being put on the track , and uvury
effort is buing made to lower tha rncord til
M ud S. .Iny-lCvo-Seo make" no other np <
lioincinon'i in Michigan , /-T -
LINCOLN Nun. September 11. ThoStalo
Prohibition convention mot 1'erj to-day am !
.irgsnized , electing C. 1C. Ucntly , temporary
chiiirman ; ( leorgo K. Bitrlow SecjI. . O.
Miller wni selected permanent clulnnati nnd
Mr. Jtowaltnnd G , Wolfonb.irger , SecyJ
( } . Miller was nominated for ( Jovenor by nc
clamatiun and II. H. Shodd tha rupubllcan
iiominru cndursod for hiout Governor. 1'ivo
it. John presidential electors wuro also Holec
1\V. O. T. U.
.v , D. 0. , September 11. The
annual meeting of thu Wumens' Christian
Temperance Union began to-day at the Clar-
lield mcmoriiil church. Mrs. Clara L. Jtoaeh
was elected president for the ensuing year ,
ind then a ski-teh of the organization anil
linlii of work was described. Kav. Mr Power
lolivorud an ndiln.-H of welcome thirfuvuidng ,
wliieh wns rnspondud toby Mrs. Chapln of
TOI.UIIO , September 11. General John A.
Logan wni present this afternoon on the
, , rounds of the tri-stnto fair association ami
nailo a speech to an audieneo numlK'ring
7,000 or K.OUO. llu Hjioko about half an hour
upon the commercial , inannfactuiing i.nd
agricultural interests of Ohio and their wonder
Kiw YOHK , iSeptpmber 11. A meeting uf
nteiustod persons , residents of Now Yoik nnd
liiiilon , xvai held to-dny to dovi moaiiH by
which the 100 miles between the two cities
can bo traveled In thruo hours. Itisonli-
muted that thu necessary double trnekio.ul
could bu built for twenty-livo million dollars.
1'OllTI.ANI ) , September 11. A mioclnl to tin
1'rotH from Augusta says : The total vote o :
the stain will reach Hi.1 10 , mid Jlobio's ma
jority over Hedman is 20.1110. This is Iho
Jaigest inajority over given it candidate for
governor in thin Hlato In it pru > idential year.
Divlilcil loiniiratH. )
Kuw OIII.KANH , Sc-plembcr 11. Dispatches
ropoit that thu domocrntic congrusblonal con
ventiun of the Fifth district is divided , OIK
faction rO'iiiifninatlng J. 1'luiyd Kin , nm
thu others Chailes. ) , lioatner.
1. O. O. 1 < \
CIIIUAUO , Sujitaiubur 11. About 'JOO inmn
bors of Iho Sovereign ( I rand Ledge , I. O , O
K , , from all portions of the world , have nt
lived nnd will talcespecial train for Miimeaj
oils to-night , whoru u tiosslon of the lotlgo wi
bo licld ,
HOMI : , hoplenber ; 11. Another death , HUH
pucted to have been caused by cholera , has
occurred in this city.
The Kvctlantint ; Jloroy Tjottcr.
NKW YOUK , Sfptembrr 11. The oxnminv
Ion of Henry H. Had Icy on n judgment
gnlust him , wns continued to-dny , The
outisol for llndloy claimed the procepdlnui
cro merely for thi > purpose of making politi-
il capital , llndloy win asked tha data of
is report to thu democratic national cominit-
eo of his Investigation into Ida Mercy loiter
intter , Ho could not remember tha ditto but
o would fnrnUh the record of the committco ,
'ho next question was aito the natutu of the
ervlces rendered the commlttfo by Hndloy.
lo answered that John I , Davrnport had
ktid him n similar iiuention in 18SO mid that
had gathered up nil meniorandn on the
nblect In Ilia pmscssion nnd In thu posne sion
( tlio committee. llu wns asked further
ncstions nbaut the money ho Imd received
rum the commlttcn nnd BAI | that it wns from
-lfiO i to S2f)00. If the counsel were fnir nuil
list ho ft.tld they would look nt the records ho
mmiiv'il t. ) produce , which give nil such in *
ormation In detail. The counsel sold ho did
tot want the records. To another ipieation
10 said , John I. Davenport h.id In 18 L paid
ilm SIT)00 for pnch facts us the information
10 possessed in lefjard to the Mun-y letter ,
AVIiy wo Are Sick.
No device that can add to the comfort
mil convenience of n dwelling is omitted
n our modern nrohitccturo , nnd money
a not regarded whan tlio luxury of cloth *
ng or bottuty of poraounl ndornmont is in
ucstion. Honca vro nil live in but tor
.oinoo nud wear bolter clothca than did
iur iorufiithora. Why oliould wo not
nko the lumu bolter care of our health ?
Vhy oluuild dyspepsia , nnd the train of
iacnaoa tlutt follow it , almost unknown
n the olden time , bo so prevalent now )
ply bccaueo of the poimmoua nnd in-
liCBtiblo | traah which in thcao dnya ia
orcccl upon thn public ns guiutlno lood ,
ir used tu ndulturnlo thoau nrticloa Unite
; o to innko up the dully bill of fnro of ov-
iry houBohold. Our forufnthura vroro
ontout to mnko nunioy byplnln nnd lion-
Btmolhoda ; but the hot , computition of
ho present day nnd the atrifo for rapid
ichea Imvo called forth nil the ingenuity
f modern science to doviao cunning do *
opliona thnt slmll uimblo the nvoricioua
lunlor to inororapidly Increase , his profits ,
von though hit doatroy the health of the
nibliu theroby. The consuciuonco ia
\diiltcr.\tcd , impure , poiconouannd bogus
oed on ovcry hand.
The people buy thcao ndultcrnt.id
rticloa uf food because they nro chunp ,
ntiroly ignorant ot their poisonous qunl.
tlco. A few yunra ngo this evil had
reached atich nlarinint ; propoitlona in En *
Innd thnt the public acntiinont doinnnd-
od legialativo intorforcncu , nnd pnrlla-
nont unnoted the moat Hevero repressive
a wo. Dr. Small , U. S. A , , nftor nn ox-
ntninntion recently mndo under the di
rection of the war department , concludes
.hut the ndullernlion of food ia ua great
n thiii country to-day , nnd of ua danger
ous a , character na it wan in England nt
the time referred to. No nrticlo enter-
BO generally into the food of every
'amily has boon founcl inoro vilhtinoualy
adulterated than baking powder. For
.ho purpose of undorooliing W nbaoluto-
iy pure powder liku the "lloynl"
which has bocoinu the utnndnrd for puri
ty nnd atrongth in baking powders
liundrcda of dealers nro putting
up baking' powdora with cheap and adul
terated croata of tartar uonti\\nia liiuo , ,
uurth , otci , adding ationgth by the free
uao of alum. U'iiuoo powders nro oold
aheap , but thnir uao ia expensive , for
they are ono of thp cliiuf causes of the
dyopepein from wliieh tlio American pee *
, ilo aroBuIloring. This species of adul
teration , nt least , can bo avoided by fol
lowing the ndviao of Prof. Mott , the
chemist lo the government , who rccom-
ncnda con&umora 'when purchasing
jaking powders to nolect ono ntandard
lewder , us the lloyal Ihking Powder , '
ralhorthnnto rink purchasing ndvonturoua
comjiounda put upon Iho market by pur-
aona who have no higher motive than
dollars and ccnta.
\Vu \ hnpo to ECO congrcna take hold of
.his important matter in n anfliciently
vigorous manner to put an end to Iho
whole iiefarioim biiuincen. In the mean-
.itiio , if iiooplo will bo nn careful to buy
.hi.- beat and purest food n.i they nro to
wear the bust clothes and build the moat
comfortable liouaca , it will not bo ncceo-
mry to nil ; DO fn < | tionlly the quunlion ,
"Why nro wo HIC ! ; ' ( " Kv ry acioutiilo
, est haa proven the "iloyal" to bu pure
rtcw Yiirti Oiry'a Icrrllilo llonf.
Nr.w YOHK , Hoptumber 11 , At 't n , m. to
lay thu thermomelor maikoil 7 < i degree ] , at i
v in. 7l ! , at ! ) n , m. 77 , noon 85 , The ! it'h
fall from yesterday's U'liipeinturonlfurdcd bn
little relief ; although n light lueexe sprung > , p
ho people still Hiilfiired severely from thu ef-
'ucts of tinhead. At the coroner's olllcu , bn-
Lween thu hours of K and 112 this morning ,
Lhorn weio 'J5 sudden deaths ru ] > ortrd , many
it which woru directly duo to the bent.
Iln lcHirvtu : a Miidnl.
HOME , September 11 , The general health
of tha city is excellent. The Catholic news
papers unit ? in eulogizing the bravery of King
Humbert during his vinit to Naples. A pub-
liu subscription is opened in Milan to present
JCing Humbi-rt with a medal commemorating
his \isit to Naples.
An Important , DnolHlon ,
I'llll.ADKi.l'lllA , I' , Hepteinbor 11. In the
criminal priHecntlou of u man to-dny for cut
ting the liaxter tnlegrnph and tcli'phono wlics
Iho judge Ill-Id tlml the occupants of a house
hud the right t' ' cut wires if t-lretclud with *
nut permihnlon of Iho occup nit.
A < Jell Wave.
CiiffcAOO , iS'i'pli'inber 11. The livntu-l Kpoll
has bcuu broken by it cold wave last nluht ,
tiniislng n droji In the thermometer to M °
thin muiiiiug ,
IIUVJI'H New tJoru Crop.
] ) DJ MoiNi * , Sopl. 11 , The llrst load o ;
now crop corn wns marketed hero to-day. It
. wm well filled , sound , and very diy , nnd tohl
) for twenty llvo cents per linnhel.
TMrsflay's ' Business on the Chisago
Board of Trade ,
Oattlo Show a Decided Ad ,
All Around ,
Western Banco Stook Pro
in Bettor Form-
Hog Market Aotivo aud Higher
for All SortB ,
The Qovorninent Eeport Helps
Wheat Upwards ,
Corn KliowH to a IinrKO and Hotter
OnlH nnd 1'ro-
Dull , ,
Specinl Dispatch ti > THU list.
CniCAno , September 11 , Among the ro-
ceiptB were about 100 c us uf Texans and 100
of tenitorial rnngurn , many dravca of which
woru nf a very superior quality. The market
Benornlly was ncllvo nnd pi ices ruled strong
on nil Burls. Kxportera , shippers nnd dressed
beef dealers nil seemed lo have urgent orders.
IJeat unlives were icarce , nud wore generally
quoted 10j higher. Common , medium nnd
second chins native steers were also n thadu
firmer. The boat jnngors were In nctivodu-
inand. Nalivo butchers' stock waa slendy.
Stockers nnd foedera were In good demand
nnd firm. Ihoro is a strong inquiry for
stock calvoj , and the heavy receipts of Iho
week have boon dinposud of nt nalisfaclory
figures , but not qulto na high at last week.
Kxpott grades , 56 50 to 87 OOj peed to choice ,
1S00 ! to 1,350 pounds , $ G 10 to Si GO ; range
caltlo firm : Texans , 700 to 1,000 pounds , $3 4t >
to 5140. fclnlos : 1811 half-breeds , 1,003
pounds , SI20j .103 thin Wyoming * , 1,120
pounds , ? 110 ; 219 Wyomlngs , 1,1-tO pounds ,
The [ market < vns activu nnd nt least lOc
higher nil nfound owing to light receipts aud
cooler weather. There was n bitter demand
from shippers , nnd the prmencoof nnother
packing on the market , _ nll contributed to
ward its'strcngth nnd nativity. The outlook
gonurnlly is for boiler prices on hogs , oapeci-
idly under Ihoso light receipt ) . Sales nro nt
S5 25 to SO 85 for common to choice , heavy ,
nnd 5T 25 to S ( 10 for common to cholco
light ; light , 100 fo 210 pounds , 55 30 to S 10.
Thnro was n strong upward movement in
whont to ihy on thu opening , caused by n fair
number ofontsido orders nnd reported reduc
tion In tha nvnllablu stock. The government
ulatumont placing Iho crop cstimato J > t not
to exceed live hundred millions , was ralso _ n ,
factor. The prices ross fie , but fell off rapid
ly , again fluctuntod awhllo , then advanced Jo
iutVT ( Ircobiijinc , nnd closed on tVol regular
board jjo over yesterday. At the afternoon
session the market ruled easier nnd"51@o
lower , cloning nt 77j ) for October , 7 ! > A for
November , nud 80J for December.
A l.'trgo buaincos waa trnnsacted in corn nnd
Iho courto of thu market was vury irregular.
Tim chief interest conteri'd in October futures
which early poldatfl.'IJ , then ndil oil IJo In.
rapid fimhlon ; later advanced ic , nnd closed
on the regular board IJo under ytsterday.
Thu weaknefcB in this feature was ascribed ti >
a number of "Longs" ro.ilizing. September
declined Jo for the day and November roe ic.
On thu attornnon boaid Octoberngaindfclined
4o nnd November declined ie , closing nt fiSif
for September , tlfi for October , -Jol for Iso-
inlod onalor , closing at 21 } for September , 24 J
for October , 253 'or ' November.
wni nlmoat HfclefB. 1(1 ( (10 for Soplember , 15 00
for Octubur , 11 ! I5 lor thu year.
was only fairly active , 7 271 for September
and October nnd 730 for i\uvcmber.
GrciiiilmuSc Nomination ? .
HT. I.OUIH , September 11. Thu pioenhnck-
cra nomiimtfd W. K. finnby in the 2d district
and.f. K .Jordan in the third district of this
slate for congress.
II alum oriiiiyiiijnrloii ! , iiioUimcrauun bo loniA
.u AntUMws' I-eai'l Eakinit I'ou'iler. Ja ijos.
-lyPURG. . JiuhiKi'uilorhCil.niultcstlmonlaU
r. ' . . iwlTiom f.uch . cJiumlhUaaS. Uannllays.llai.
Inn ; u. Deiiilonlaine , 01 t'htri"o ; ; Rml uabUivra
liodu , Milwaula-e. Never > , old In bi , , . .
? i ! .
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