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I ITI.JLL OMAHA E \ . FOURTEENTH YEAR. OMAHA , NEB. , MONDAY MORtflNGK , OCTOBER 20 , 1834. NO. 104 HEAR YE THE ISSUE. Elaine's ' Oratorical Masterpiece at South Belli ) , Indiana , An Eloquent and Logical State ment Protection the Key-Stono of Amer ican Progrossi The Great and Only Issue of the Campaign. His Previous Eoception by the Ann Arbor StudentSi " \VarnliiB Them Against Free Trade Iilcai ami the VlBlonnry Theories ot 1'olltloo Economic Tc.xts , TOUll. AT ANN AIII10U. JACKSON , Mich. . Oct. IS. Blaine loft Detroit - troit nt 8:30 : this morning by special train on the Michigan Central. This is the last day of his torn in Michigan. The first stop this morning was at Ann Arbor , where the most remarblo scene of the trip occurred. Thcro was a very Inrgo crowd around the depot , but tha students of the university of Michigan seemed to have taken possession of the place , and when Bluino appeared , their cheering and yelling were BO hearty and so loud , and so long continued that they seemed like ly to occupy the whole time that the train could remain at Ann Arboi All attempts of th o local committceim-ii to get n hearing were utter failures , but when Blaine stretched out his hand , indicating thai ho was about to speak , the uoiso immediately subsided. IIo beganlby eaying : "During the war we used to hear n great deal about the rebel yell , which was supposed to imply great viror and determination , but it seems to mo that the young men who do mo the honor to appear hero to-day could have terrified the whole army of Leo. [ Laughter nnd cheers. ] But I am glad to witness it and hear it , for it implies the enthusiasm aud strength of youth , and from the youth of the country the repub lican party Is constantly recruited. [ Wild cheering. ] What wo lese from desertion and disappointment and dissatisfaction on the part of the o dcrs is far moro than made up yea , tenfold made up , by the young men of the country who are just coming into action. [ Great cheering. ] Not only tbat proportion 1which Lola's good for young men of all c'assej , but wo have a very remarkable proportion of tha educated youuj ; men of the country. I wish to leave with these young collegians _ a problem in relation to the great industrial is sues of the times : a problem which will com fort the ii ia their future careers thet is to rind out why so many col.ega youths who are free-traders at "U bscamo protectionists at10. . [ Laughter anJ cheen. ] I think tha answer will ba found iu the fact that at < IO they have taken their degree in tlio university of expeiienco , which , after all , ij much wider ; much moro valuable than the , imiv-erillrrt ) ! 2neory. [ Cheers. ] Our college / boys are taughtr-1 was myself taught it when I was a colleiro boy the doctrine of free-trade but the United States stands 0,1 a perpetual and irrefutable argument barrier In a now country of the dootrluo of protection. [ Knthu- siastic and prol nged cheering ] I am glad to meet you , not merely ns those interested in a political campaign , but as young men who are the pride an l hupo of the country. In dealing with the great problems of the tuturo in this marvelous cxpciiment of a \ people , governing themselves by free and guaiversal biifTrnge , nothing can avail except our cJucatfd imd constantly cor rected pu lie opinion. [ Uhoer. ] I wish to im press upcn every man who has the advantage of a university education , tlut he is every day moro nnd inure indebted to liia country , and that jubt iu proportion a.s ho progresses in knowledge nnd wisdum , jii4t in that proportion v/ill he bo expected to p ly back in patriotic la bor t j the country which lus nurtured him. [ Good , good aud checr.1 , ] I congratulnts you on being born to euch great opportunities , to 11 harvest that is ripe for the reaper , into a field that ii continually expanding. By the time you have your decrees you will go forth to the battle of hfo in a great nation of < JO,000,003 freemen. Yon go forth , each of you , with just as good a chance in life as any other man ha , aud you go with the added oppor tunities which education gives. I commend to you your respnn ibitities , for the responsi- billies of an cduc.itod American are higher , and deeper and broader , and greater , than those ; of nn educated man in any other laud , and jmt in proportion aayour opportunities aru _ greater will you bo hold to account i this lifo nnd tha life which is to como , " [ Great and prolonged cheering 1 AT faOffll HUM ) . SOUTH BEXD , Ind. , October 18. At n lit- llo past U o'clock tha tra'n arrived at South Bend. The city was thronged. The work shops and mauy of the bntiiuesK houses were clo ed , and the day was dovotad to politics In the foienoon there had bean a Brent trades profusion. Thu afternoon was to bo given to the Bluiuo recep tion and the evening to n torchlight proce.1- tion. Blaine was escorted through the princi pal streets byti largo body of 1'lumed Knlghtn , and there was a continuous line of decorated houses and a continuous crowd along the whole route. It was about G:30 : when the procession reached Iho ntand erected near the court house The two Michigan senilorH , Coi.gor and Palmer , were first introduced. After they had givensomo account of the tour through Michigan , Blaine was InUoduejd amid enthusiastic cheers. Ho bpolio at eon u length on the tariff as the jgieat issno In tha campaign , urpjulng that tha maintenance of a pntectiyo policy was ) offer for greater importance to the workingmeri than to any other class in thu community. In tha Ba'iiu connection ho warned tlu workingmeu that their labor unions \umld ba pjwerlutH to prelect them against the competition of the cheap labor of the world if the protective tar iff were abolished , Bluino was driven tn the houw of Mr. plum Studeb ker , whoso guct > t he will bo until .Monday. Later in thu evening - ing he reviewed n very largo torchlight proces sion , J.I.\I.VI'H hi-KiX'ii AT HOirru num SOUTH lii.m : lud. . October 1 ! ( . The follow- tng in ISlalne'u speech at South Bend : "Men of Induna ; The struggle in all human society ii ilr t ior broad. There is uo UBO in propounding fine theories to them in u'ho is iungry. TJICM IH no USD in lurnmiu ! iv/i / ) political pricclplo to ono who U In r ary Af I shelter. There is no n o In talking philosophy to one who Is naked Food and clothing ate the pritmtty elements of human progie ? < < , and to eecuro this you mint put the people in the wav of earning giio.i wages. [ Shouts of ' That' * tight1'nnd cheers. ] I never oaw any man moved to enthusiasm by silently con templating the prii'perity of another [ laughter ] , while 1m himself was in nsed. 1o 11101.0 him you want to nuke him feel his own prosperity. [ Clucrs. ] The beginning therefore and the end of wise legislation I * lo ri\o every man n fair aud c | unl chance nnd to leave the race of lifn oi > on and free for all. [ Cheering. ] What agency will bast accomplish that , what legislation will most tend to thtt end ? CerUlnly it will not tend to tint end to throw open our parts and say , send yo all hero your fabiics made bv the cheapest and most distressed labor of Kuropo to cotnpelo with our own people who are Just openine their shops and building their factories , for if you do that you cannot spin n wheel or turn n lathe in these factories at homo unless you can pot jour labor at thu Kuropoan prices. [ tlmtVo. [ Wo begin right thera , and from Ihcsa consid erations wu didttco the conclusion that tha protective tarilt is pilnmrlly for the bandit of the laboring man , because- yon t ku In your baud any inauufiicturo.l article or cast your uyo upon anything which cannot betaken taken in the hand , you lind that the chief constituent element in Its cost Is labjr. In many cases the material Is but ono per cent and the labor is ninety-nine per cent in tha cost of the nrtic'u ' , therefore all legisla tion of r protective character is and must bo mainly for the benefit of labor , because labor IB the principal element in tha cost of the fabric. Hence if thera bo any man who is me- cm'nently and above all others interested in the tarill it is tha laboring man. [ Cheers. ] If you compare the two great political p irties in relation to this question , you will find that tha republican party lives , moves , breathes , and has Us being in protection , [ Great cheering. ] A protective tariff was ono of the first fruits of tha election of Mr. Lincoln , Wo have had it for twenty years on tha statute books with various amendments which have boon added from time to time to make it moro protective , i.nd the result is that all history , ancient , modern and mediaeval may bo challenged for a national progress llko unto that which wo have made since 1801. I am merely recit ing the facts and figures of the assessors books nnd of the United States census tables , when I say that in the last twenty- three years of the history of this country we have added m re wealth , double over , than wo had acquired from the discovery of the continent by Columbus down til the elec tion of Abraham Lincoln , [ Prolonged cheer- inc. ] Tharo must have been some peculiar and potent agent at work to produce this great result. That agent was the protective tariff operating to ntrvo tha arm of labor and reward it fairly and liberally [ Cheers. ] Whether that policy shall bo contin ued or whether it shall bo abandoned ia the controlling issue iu this campaign. All other questions are laid asidu for the time. There are many vvnich are worthy of consideration , but two weeks from Tuesday next wo shall have an election in every state of the Union to determine with reference 11 this question , what will bo the character of tha next congress and the future policy of tlio government. You have before you , tiio re publican party , pledged to sustain piotoctivo tarilf , and illustrating that pledge by a enecilic and consistent example , extending through the last twonty-threo years. You have , on the other hand , the democratic party , which in fifty-one years , since 1833 , have nevein a single instanea voted tor protection and never controlled congress , that it did not oppose protection ( "That * to. " ) I eay therefore to the laboring men nnd to the mechanics , some who may do mo the honor to listen to me , your unions , your leagues , all these associations which you have formed for your own advancement are well and proper in their way. It is your right to have them and to administer them as you choosa but they arq not as strong as a rope of sand against the ill paid labor of Kuropo if you take away the protective tariff which is now your background and support. [ Cheers. ] So do not ba de luded by the idea that you can dispense with protective tariff and substitute for it your labor unions. [ Renewed cheering. ] I do not distract your attention with any other ques tion , I do not hope to dwell upon the great isrues ' that have been made and settled by republican ) within the last twenty three years. That party has made a deeper and moro glorious imprint in history than any ther political organization that over was charged with a gro.it responsi bility and it is the patriotic pride of every man who has belonged to it and has shared to labors its responsibilities its triumphs and its honors. [ Great cheers. ] A Ulster of the Murdered Policeman DicH of Grlof. CINCINNATI , O. , October 18. Policeman Mitchell Gorman died to-day. IIo was shot last Tuesday in a small riot among the colored men n't the WesU'nd. Gorman attempted to arrest a man and was "hot in the back by an unknown mau. This was the beginning ot the riot. Henry Brown , colored , was also shot in thoiiffray. Tuesday avonim * ; on the receipt of the news of the wounding of Gorman , Mm. Kinear ; a sister of Gomun , becann 111 and this morning , upon hearing of his death , she fell into a comutodo Btato and died in n few hours , Morn Mini 11- ; Strikes In Ohio. Cor.inmuH , October 1'J. The balance of the Ohio Central and Buckeye creek rerions have struck for an adv.mco in the rate of mining to eighty cents per ton. These include lha miners in thu AV. 1' . Rend Sunday Ciook Coal company and Columbus and Kastorn railway company. The operators have refused - fused to concede to the demand and tha mines will not robume work to-morrow morn ing. This action will cut off heavy contribu tion s from tha Central which have been made to striking minors in the Hocking Valley. Itlnina at BI.OOJIINCJO.V , October 1 ! ) . Telegrams to day from politicians and railway officials Indi cate that tlio Blaiuo party will certainly bo liero on the 23th , The ( .arty leave Springfield ut 10 a. m , aud arrive hero at 12:05 : p. m , The only stop on thu route arranged for Is hero , where tha party will stay from ono to two hours. Fifty cars have been chartered by Chicago ropubUcans. Ex-Senator xiavid Duvia will bn president of thu day , Fatal BollcuKvplonion. . SHTKIWVU.LI * , W. Va , , October 1'J. Inlelli- ( ; enco from Middloburn , Tyler county , nay ihat the bollor of Isaac Wehrmau'a eaw mill m Ten Milo creek , exploded yesterday mornIng - Ing , totally destroying the building uinlSJiiu- chinery nml InstunUy killing John KOK and William. AVordon and woundltiR h'vo other ueu , two of whom , fatally , Canvas * , NKW YoitK , October | 10. Mr * . Belva A- jocuwood , candidate for president of Ilia na- llonal equal rights party , apoko to-night to uii auuioncu of fjOU. CANVASS CHRONICLES , The Completed Oliio Returns Showing the Full RcmiMcau Hajorits , Bourbon Efforts Oonoontratod in Now York and Indiana- Astounding Soliomos of Bribery and Base Intrigue- Kelly's ' Far From Sanguine View of Now York , Roosovoltluipoaohos Cleveland as a Party Honohuiani Butler Accused ol Scrvllo Heimult- oniiiRin ltln Prompt Denial Po litical NU\VB oi Every Ooin- plOMOIl. OHIO. THR OKKICtAli HKTUnXS ALL IX , Cor.UMliUs , Ohio , October 18.- The returns by counties are complete and do not chnugo the pluralities given last ulght. Unexpectedly the prohibition and greenback-liutler votes in crease proportionately with these of the demo crats and republicans. The prohibition vote last year was 8,302. This year it U 0,510. The greenback vote lust year was 1IM" ! , . This year it is 3,700. showing no coali tion , but the party lined were cloaoly follow ed. Tlio totnl prohibition and greenback vote was 11,447 ! , or 1,120 more than Itobiuson's plurality. Thu rust of too republican state ticket has an average majority over nil of over 5,00 . The total vote is "SO.IWt. Last year it was 718,108. In October , 1880 , it was 710,180. aud iu November , 188'J , it was 7.- ! UG7. llioru was no change in congressmen except an increase of ICO in RomoU' majority over Kurd , OLKVHLAND , October 18. The ollici.il can vass of Cuyahoga comity is as follows : Totnl vote of the county , 44,1U4 ; of the city , 33 , G5. llobiuson , ( republican ) for secretary of rtato , received in tli.s city 18,1)11 ) , m tlio county , 22,330 ; Newmuu , ( democrat ) had in this city , 17,032 ; in the couuty 20.7.SJ ; Morris , ( prohibi tionist ) had in this city 1'JS ; in the county , 3'JS ; HeroUl , ( greenback ) had iu the city , 1 ; and in the county G. Hobinsou H plurality over Newmau iu the city , -IS'J ; in the county , 2,05'J. 1'or supreme judge. Johnson , ( republi can ) had n plurality over Martin of 570 m the city aud 2,255 in the county. For member of tlio buaid of 'public works , I'lickinger ( rep. ) has a plurality over Benfcr ( deiii. ) of 1,1-U in the city aud 2,8'J1 ' in the county. 1'or ulioritl , lutvster ( iep. ) has plu rality over Sawyer ( dam. ) in the cjuuty ot 1- 287. 1'or com.ty clerk , Kitchen ( rep. ) over Mullory ( dem. ) 51,18 ! ) . 1'or prosecutor , llad- deu ( loji ) over \Voli ( dom. ) 3,137. Vor pro- b.ito judge , Tilden ( iep. ) over /chring ( dom. ) 1,083. In the Twenty-tint district Foran ( dom ) has 1,270 over IJurnott ( rep. ) In that iiart of thin county in the Nineteenth district Taylor ( rep. ) has 2.B01 over Alvord ( dem. ) FUSION IN PENNSYLVANIA. THE DEMOCHATH r.Krn.VQ JJKSrKIlATK. I'lilLADKU'iiiA , I'a. , October 18. Since tha Ohio election the possibility of a fmi m be tween the democratic machine aud the 1'enn- bylania liutlerites has been reopened , and it is no longer a secret tlmt active negotiations arc pending between Chairman llensol and the Butler loaders looking to that end. The only hitch if > the difficulty of arranging a satisfac tory distribution ot electors. At thu Bella- fonto convention a committee was appointed to wait upon chairman linn-el and state the viowH of thu Butler people oil tlio desirability of forming n fusion ticket. The minimum number of electors ( U- mantled by the ISutler leaders was ten. This proposition Was repudiated by Chairman lien- HO ! as well as by the o.hcr democratic leaders , and a fusion upon that basis was declared to be iuadvifabla and inpructlcablc. This inde pendence was owiuj ( largely to the encourag ing reports fioni Onlo , and the democratic be lief that with Octooor victory in the west , 1'ennsylvania would waver and give the de mocracy more than an equal chance to got an o.ectoral ticket from the Koystuno state. But the republican victory m Ohio has overthrown the oirnfully developed plans of the democrats and a fusion which a month ago seemed improbable , is now one of the possibilities of the next few days. Chairman House ! , although reticent , is in favor of the movement , bolioung that victory with tlio aid of the Butlurites in practically n.suratl. Thd Butler leaden claim they can handle between -lO.iJOOand JiO.OUO labor votes. With this reinforcement , and with the de moralization thu prohibition ticket is B | > nu'J- ing throughout the state , tha democratic leaders assert that Pennsylvania can bo wrested trom the republicans. The o in however , violent opposition anionc many , leading Butluritoj to u funion with the domu- cruta. Memboru of the Butler state committee and other prominent hibur men doprucatu the movement as weakening the Inllnonco of thu now party. Among republicans the idea of u f union ticket In tlio utatp la laughed at. Chair man JjGcd-i , when questioned about tin matter this morning , HiUd : "It is too Into in the day. T/io idea of u fusion between the ButleriteH and the utato democracy id ridiculous. UKPUIJIjlOAN JJK.V ACCUHKI ) or WOHKINQ IN IlKrUllUOAN I.V- TKIIKSIS. Special telegram to Tim BKK : BAI.TIMOHK , October 19. The Butler move- merit has gene to Emaili owing to positive in formation having como to the knowledge thcjhead of the oigani/atlon hero that Bu.of is acting under orders fr in tbo reptibt ( " national committee and has his expanses paid by the republicans who alsu control his move ments. A few diiys ngo Gen. W.H Parsons , chairman of the national greenback labor committee for Maryland , went to Now York to get Butler to comu hero and upuak , Ho was reform ! by Mr. llutler's managers In Now York to thu republican committee , He went to thocommUtco nnd was told that tha repub licans could not affuid to send Butler to Mary land m it was not u doubtful Btato and they had no money to spend in experiments. Gen- Parsons publishes a letter netting forth these facts. 'I ho Butler party was to have put an electoral tiokat in thu liold next Wednesday night , The meeting will not now ba hold. , SI jiim.KH'rt DINIAI. : . ] [ Ans < > ciatod 1'tata , ] i SuuuiHE , October I ! ' . Butler telegraphed ' ' ' from Hoston as follou'H , regarding the statement of I'arsona of Baltimore in the Now York Time * and Brooklyn Kntfo that the rcpublicim national oommltlcu tmld the exponn-s of the Butler campaign nnd there fore : nntrclloil ills movfincnls : "Jtavo re coi\ed 1'nwon' * statHnonts. There is no tone word ot truth In it. IIo nukorl mo some weeks ago for money to organiio M nrylAiul , I de clined , and told him my plan ot campaign had been placed in the hand * of Mr. I'limutnn , whom 1 warned ngninst him altriWArdn. 1 refused tti oo Tarsons. Plimpton told mo that ho h d refused to liavo nnjthing to do with him. I had hoard of Parsons Letoto , and that lie was n fraud. 1 found a loiter hero from Mr. Boyon , marshal ot Maryla d , a member of the national committee os the pee ple's putty of Ui.it state , asking mo to como to a-'altfmoro , U ) whl.h I replied this unrulng , puttln him in communication with Mr. Plimpton and referred thU letter to lini to see If ho could llnd occasion so that 1 could go to llaltimore , as some change had been mailo in my cngaijoments in Ohio , which night Bixomo thu opportunity. ThU was lone tint JIOIIN before 1 had neon Panom' nr- tiolo in the Times nnd before I hoard of Par son * , except as nbovo ftatod. [ Signed. ] HKXJAMIN 1' . UITLKII. IOOSKVKLT iMi'i\cins : CI.KVKI.ANI > AH A HKJI Ol'llUlC TOOL AND 1I1HRI.1NO. Special telfginm to TlIK llEK. NKW YOIIK , October 19. In his speech at Brooklyn last night Theodore Hoc welt said : 'I have always boon treated in n courteous mnnnor by Governor Cleveland , but ho is not the man to bo rolled upon to stand up against the wishes of his party , or net other than n partisan. I don't say that the governor has ictod from any improper motives in his veto , lint tlio man who acted from improper mothes ivould have acted as the governor acted. Laughter and applamo.l Grover Cleveland iins shown himself not nblo to resist patty dictation. Ho would have to not as a servant of tlio democratic party , and the domoo ratio party Is not n good servant of the people. " THE ENEHGV OF DESPATU. TlIK 1'KMOCIIAII OOSCBNTKATlKfl TIIKIil IN- IQl'ITOL'S KKI'OUTS IN NKW lOltlv AND INDIANA. Special telegram to Tim BKK : Nuw Yoitif , October 10. The domoratio loaders , still stunned by their recent defeat in Olio , are concentrating their forces as rapidly as possible into this state and InJ'aua , Al other fields nro to bo doaertod , and money and speakers poured into these two stales. Bar- num. however , is not going to rely upon on thusnvsm alone to carry ollhor of the two states upon which the committee ii now plac ing every hope of success. A company o well-known business men of Now Orleans win have made their fortunes as members of the Louisiana gang have already gone to Indian apolis to commence buying up that state. Y'B VIEWS. THU SIONiriCANT 11KMA1IIC Ol' TDK I10SH OS Till OUTLOOK IN NKW TOIIK. Special telegram to THIS BKK : NKW YOHK , October 19. John Kelly wa visited a day or two ngo by Joseph W. Lucky editor of the Kochoster SuJay Herald. In thocourfo of a. short conversation , Lucky asked Kelly , what Clovoland' 3 plurality it New York would bo. "Cloveland ought to got 40,000 in this city' said Kelly. "Will it bo safe to estimate that ho will go moro than 30)00'"Askod ( ) Lucky. "I think not" was the reply. 'But will 30,000 in this ijity elect Clovolnn iu the state ? " Lucky asked. "I think not" was thuulfct i'9 panno. Ono Moro Democratic Iilo. Special telegram to TlIK Tilf. Niw Youic , Octobsr I''f-Chairman War ren , of the repub'ic n comiiittee , is very in dignant at the statement' ] iiiblished in the World , and telegraphed over the country tha ho haJ sent t telegiam to isiamo urging hi immediate presence , in New York. "Tho whole thing is n lie , " said ho , omphat bally. "I sent a telegram yesterday achiti ( Blaine when ho would arrive hero , as it wa necessary to know the fact to arrange for n grand parade of republicans. " The Meed of Victory. Special Telegram to Tim Br.K : Cor.UMliua , Ohio , October 19. The republican can stuto executive committee yesturda ; issued a congratulatory addrcsa to the repub licans of Ohio on Tucsday'fl victory. It show that on the head of the ticket the republicai gain was 20,010 * , while on the other ollicer and congressmen it waa 110,000 , compared wit last year. It closes with an appeal for a lonj , aud u htrong pull for November ! . . Tlio Fnt , Htoclc Show , Si'RiNamr.D , 111. , October 19. The com mltteo of thu Illinois statu boatd of ngricul ture , having in chaigo tlio arrangomenta fo the holding the Eleventh American fat Rtocl show in Chicago , No\ ember 20th , will meo at the Sherman house , Chicago , Tuesday Oc tobcrlilbl. Causci Its victims to bo mlicr.iMo , hopeless , confused , .iml depressed In mlml , very lrrlti- : ble , langiild , and drowsy. It is : i diseiiso wlilch docs not ( jet well of itself. It requires careful , perslbtcnt attention , and a remedy to throw oil the causes and tune up the diges tive organs till they jier/orm their duties willingly. Hood's Barsanaillla has proven Just the required remedy In hundreds or cases. " I have taken Hood's Harnaparjlla Tor dys pepsia , from which I have BtiiTcrcd two years. 1 tried many other medicines , but none proved so satisfactory as Hood's Barsaparllla. " THOMAS COOK , llrush Wcctrlo Wght Co. , New York Oily. Sick Headache * " For llio past two yc.ui I have liccn anileted with Buvero heailaches and dyspep- bla. I was Induced to try Jlnoil'H Haroapa- illla , and have found jjreat relief. I cheer fully recommend It to nil. " W BY ! ' AN.vAiii.i ! , New Haven , Conn , " " j HIH. Mary 0. Bnillh , Camlirldgcport , Mass. , was u bulferer from dyspepsia and sick Jieail- aclio. Bho took llooil'a Barsaparllla and found It the best remedy she ever used. Hood's' Sat'sapaHlIa Bold by all driiEfilsts. Si J M * for$5. JIado pnlyhyO. I. HOOD ft CO. , I-owell , Jlass. , IOOaDososlOno. Dollar. . HOLY HORROR ! he SuOCaius Rovclalious in Mine Bauer's ' Memoirs , Just Pnblislieil 'bo Eioliost , Baoiost Series of Royal Scandals Written Siuoo tlio Libidinous Roicn of Oharloa IL tferoiless Dosioation of Nobility's ' Vaunting Pretonsionsi Hha Domostio Honor of Qneon Vic toria Assailed , A. Book tlmt GoiiiiiitmtlH ltn Author to Siberia or Hotnny Itny Goiiurnl i NO\VH. A OHASTIiY IS.YPOSE. Special Telegram to TUB HKK. Losuo.v , October 19. The mcmoirH of Carolina Bauer will crcato oven greater sen ntion than Carlylo'a dyspeptic dissertation , fho qiiecn Is especially hurt by the pnblic.v .ion as the reinlntftccncorcontain rovelntimis vhich may bo called horrible and rovoltlug with regard to the liouso of Cobiirg fron which the luiglidi monarch obtained n hus jand and which she has boon trying to cnnnn- 70 for moro than twoutyjyoars. The family was so hideously poor in the beginning of the present century that three of the piincesso.i were brought on a show to St. Petersburg to tr ; and catch the fancy of the brnUl grand ilnlco named Constantino. As ho would not make my selection himself , his mother cho o for liim the youngoat of the three , only fitted years of ago and who eventually hnd to roturi liomo , from his abominable troatmont. An other of the girls married the 1'rinca Alex ander , of WurtcnburR. Ho jiad thin lep/i / Liloaled body , and the expression of his face was brutish , his forehead being disfigured by a b g wen , and ho was n fearful glutton When too young princess awoke on thu morn ing afto the wedding day , shu found Ler him baud beside tier gnawing a bifj ham bono wltl brntlfih ferocity The revelations of Karolino Bauer makes with reference to the late kin ) , of the Belgians , to whom she was morganatic ally marriedabout twelve months will remove that monarch from the pedestal of na acity and ostodin upon which the l.iboriom pulling of his family placed him , and L'aron Stocli man , the friend nnd favoritn of the iiueoi and late prlnca consort , is proved clearly t lm\obeeu up better than a pimp , oven will his own cousin. All these rovclationn lent point to the \low which Lahouchoro is piench ing of the marriage of tha LTUIH ! duka o Hosso with Slllo. Kttlomino. "Why , " hi asks in thu Week's Tiuth , "is the marring spekou of in Ilessu Darmstadt a a scandal ? Is it m ro of it scan dul than Iho marriage of the patents o I'rincCHS l.ouisu of jiattenburg or of tbo 1'iin cess Louisa and the ManniU of lioruo. " Th real scandal ho thinks lies in the strenuous o forts of thoQiiQiu to bring about n dlvptce. "Tho coiiduet , " ho says , "of our 'goo < Queen" " words which ho writes with hlgnll cant quotation marlrs "has boon aiulvoc.il i the highest degree. Further revelations wit regard to the death of 1 lans Titnkart increas the painful impressions produced by his earl death. He lltcially was killed with Itindnan The clu'ef source of his downfall nnd the nervous vous dlsoaso uhich destroyed his reason am life was caused from aristocratic ladles wh would insist on acting as nmuteur models fi nude and voluptuous liguiCH which abound i his paintings. THE IOHAMIIKE , A mm. TAiaiT WANTI : ! ) m I-IIA.NCI : . I'AiilB , October 18. In the chamber of deputies uties to-day , Maiquis Do Hoys interpollatei the government regarding the economic crisis Ho dumadcd the same protection for the agr culture as thu manufacturing industry. Forr replied that the government wax equally M licitous of both industries , The trnth of th position , he declared , was shown by the prc posed Income tariff on coro.ils. Ho though the present time , however , inopportune for a discussion of this project , anil theraupoi moved tha order ot the day. Adoptci 25'J to 17H. Moline , miniHtc of ngnculturi ! , will amend th bill Incrosaliigthn duticH of foreign livn stud no as to make the duty on oxen fifty francs po head , sheep live fruncH anil xwino tun francs ilu will nluo Fupport the demand of tlio conn ell general of Aixne , that the govornmen shall levy ( i duty of two fruniH per hundroi weight on wheat and four francs pnr hundrei weight on Hour. The French prem la abiiorbai in tin ) discusi-Ion of piotcutivo ilntieH. Th Itepubllqiio I'rane.iiHo says the econoni ; cribix through which 1'Vauco ' is no\ passing can only bo cured by th sovereign remedy of increased customs du ties. .Slidi increase , itcontomU , will iimelior ate thu distress * In the agricultural Industry and will lower Iho price Of transportation am make moro abundant the circulation of mono , throughout the interior of the country. Tin Ilappd doclurus that Moliiia'ri urnject will fim leHiciiingeuppurt. When it Is Been tlmt 1 will incrouBii the price of bread and meat , th deputies will think twice before approving it The Jtadical eava n giuat majority ot the com mission on protective duties uro fa\orablot the proposal. IIOlKlllll IOItlII , BIIUSHKLS , October It ) . The liberals wei victorious in the elections hero , at Antwerp OH tend , Licgo , and fifteen other towns. Th cloricalu elected their candidate lit Bruges Nhullos and nine other placoH , Thin is at important tilumph for the liberals who con Hldcred that tlio education act bus boon eon doinnod by the people. .Innnon , Vim Ham liecl : nnd lloyviirt. were elected in this city Thcro wan light dliijrder hero nnd uoinu ar rests. No HoriotiH disturbance ocuurrod , however over , and troops weru not rc < | till oil. ( iieu oxcltoiiiont jirovalkcl in all towns and mucli unnimutlon WAH munifosled. Crowds of puu plo ] irucodeil by bands and singing Bongs murchvd Ihiough tlio.ntr ctH , A Hrocy.ti In Manitoba. TOHO.VJO , October 18. The Afall'M Wlnno- ptg Bpicial says 11 telegram from Col. Oarry fctates it is reported that Louis Kiel was shot n 1'rincn All > urt during 'riot ' there and the ; o\prnmont wires IIANO b 311 cut. WiSSKi'tti , MuniUib October 18-Tho nnor tint Louis Kiel w 4 shot and Major 'nirljr't 001111111111 ! of m mtcd police mas.a- led , publiilieil In nn o\v liift iMpor hem and elcgrapln-d to uuttido I nt , fs a cinird. S NKKDKI ) . S , October iy. The Uti-st ollieinl dii- atches from China UU ) Hint there hxs been o fighting at Trtinsili lnco the 8th. Admiral ? ourbot aks for n 'latallion of marineg to tralghtod his luinllninrtioi. \ . ANOrilKIt CM. . VOIl THOOIN. T1'Vanca ' ( no\v paporl stixtoi that General ) > i l.Inlo has tolrginp'itxl that ho 1ms only ' .HOD olToctlvo troopi , which are iniulli Jent to ceupy any extent of thocnomy'rt country , Itid'iHlrlrH In 1'Aitirt , October V ) . The petition ot French nerchants In Ale 'vndria was proscnlod to the Immbor ot depuKoa through tlioicopies dent of the Ato.andria chamber of commerce trging tha imiv'aillato piymcnt of the Alev andrin IndiMiiinty to na\o Krcnch rccidcnts in hat city from ruin. The commission an tctltions nmdo a report dcclating Its urgency. LONDON' . Octobdr 10 Tory election agents throughout the country , in reporting to head quaitora in London as lo the ctfcct ot thu gov ernment rmHitrlbution si home , declare that It will ba deUrucUvo to the fortunes of Iho par ty. A SiiiiimoiiH For An American. LONDON , Oclobor IS. The Glebe says , n sumnvouH has boon raised agaiuit the Ameri can , G. 1C. liogorri , for nsxaulling the limn- i\icr of St , Stephen's lovio\v. ! The a-isault was made on noiouut of tha article entitled 'Tho ' Man from Now York , " 'iho HunKnrlnii Oynnntltcr , LONDON , October 18. The Hungarian min or arrested on the arrival rf thu steamship rd Clivo from rhlladoliihia , ha given ovl- dcnea that thn dynamite in his possession was U ) be iiaod with felonious intent. Flro In AfOHCOW , October 1 ! ) , Several wnrchouiea and tha ( lerrmm theater In the cantor of the town are on firu. It is likely that the llamua will spread to turroundiug buildings. The Oliolorrt. October 18. During the past 'J I hours there were nlxty-four casent hirty- povoii deaths from cholera , at Naples ; at Genoa no cases , six deaths. DoslriiotlvA Fire ] fia. , October IS. Twelve stores heio burned thin morning. Loss $100- COO ; little Itminmco. It was llko the fire which occurred one year ago. Tlio Uiiko of Ilruiiiavlolc Dead. Bimi.v. Oclobar 18. Wilholm , the first dukoof linniHuiek , died this morning , UonioorntH Arming. CIIICAUO , October 18. In conmuntlng upon the Biiporvision of the polls in this city on election day nnd the appointing of deputy United States marshal * and deputy BherillB , the Times thin morning prlnU the following : "Tho democr.vtn , that is to say , ono hundret : of thorn , organized yesterday what they arc pleased to style n vigilance committoo. Jt Ii composed of determined men who are re colved that m Intimidation or violence elml ruloat thoChicigo polls ; nt lenit that there nliall bo nouo dona by ronuliIicaiiH , mid their ordorH are to piovoka no fight theinselvcH nor to imlulgo in any as long IK tha contest is merely wouly , but if any bull dozing ia attempUid liy no ro or other deputy marshal' , to resist It and if any democrat it xhot to sea to it that tha i-hooter at once s'.iT fern the panio fiito. So the inattor standH , ami if the feeling keeps gnmlng in intensity theru will bo serious trouble in Chicago on election day. " A TliroiUniion Gable Cat. Special telegram to the BIK. LONDON , October ID. Insiders in the cable now ntuU th.it the Mackoy-Bonnelt cable pcoplti will not murtirlally lower the ratas lioyond thu present tiiilT Howovpr , It In nn- dc'i-Hioiiil tlmt u vigoroiM attempt will bo made to Hecme thi ) p'ltronitgu ol largo cable custom- era by offers of ho.vvy rebates on accounts. This muthiid of obtaining cuat m and dractia- ally cutting charges will ho resented by thu muinberx of the pee ] , who assart they will fully meet every move of this kind by proper * tiomitoly liny rate ) . TUKI- ' . mtiniiroN im.\ca IIAOKH , JllilcsilTON BICACII , October 18. Thice-quar. tew of a mile , ii-yoarH old : Myrtle won , Knv mot micond , I'aul Kernan third. Time , l:20y : , Alilu and u furlonff Hulllm * allowances : Tony Vostur won , Carloy JJ. , Btcond , Noruna third. Time , Is.'WJ. IMilo aud a ipiirlur : Contcmnial won , Li/.iio MaoBacoud , Hjyul Arch third. Time , 2:12 . Seven fmlongH , 'l-yearit-old and upwards : azard won , Sujjar I'Jum second , Josie Cartel tliiid. Time , lml. : : Mlle mid anuartor , over five hurdles : Koch' c tor won , Bally Hocoiul. Time. 2:23. : " \Vcntlior To-day. WAsillNnrON , October 10 , Upper Missis uippl generally f.ilr woathcr in Houthern par tlon , local rainH partly cloudy weather It : northern portion' ) hicioaslng Honth , veering tc northwesterly winds , decided fall of tomporn turo. higher Ijuromcter. Missouri , local raiiu , jiurtly cloudy weather with probable HIIOWS in J.iltota , brhk northerly windi , decided fall temperature , higher baiometei. IMnyor Orauu'H Popularity. Special Telegram to thollKit. NJI\V YOIIK , Octobar 1'J. The ulti/.jns'com. milter ) organi/.ed huro two yuan ) ago , roorgan- I /.oil last iiMitniid ilucldeil iipciii the ru-nomi * iiarion of Willluni K. Ciraeu fur mayor and resolutions were adopted endorsing ( i race , and culling for n limn mootim ; to bo held at the academy of imislo to place him in nominn * tion. AVIOHT VHtGIMiL HKTUllNS. WiiKKU.vo/W. VH. . Oct. 18. The retuiiiH ro ntlll incomplete. Caiuful eatlmaten placn the democTAtlu majority at about DCOO , It may Iiu u httlo IUM. It will bo two or throe duys hofoio tno leinoto oonntlei can bo hoard from olliciully , KNAVISH INGRATITUDE. Tlicrongu ExDOsfc McSweenoy Liijof | aue , Another SOT * * is Demooratio War : hrottlod , MoSwoenoytr J'.ttornoya Eolato the loal Faotsi Not an American Oitizon Wrons- ; lully Imprisoned But a Fenian Incendiary Sworn to British Allegiance ; UlmlncH Efforta in tlio Hcllof tlmt IIo \vnft a Nnturall/otl Aiuoricixu Citizen. M'SAVKKNEY THE SOAMI' . SiKtlal Telegram to THE BKI : . RAN FIIANCISCO , October 19. Daniel Me- weonoy , arrested by the British government 'or stirring up sedition tn Ireland , wlillo llaino won secretary of state , mid about whoso case tlio democrat ! ) nro making such a mwl , is Bhown up in no very enviable light In ,1m , Clirouiclooi to-day. Tnat pnpor hai nil interview with Jiulgo 0. Coonoy , who nctoil na McSvvooney's Attorney all through the pro ceedings for hU release , laying the casa before Blaine , It alto has an nflltUvit by Judge James Meo , who for a tlmo nclod na McSvveonoyVi attorney. They agree throughout , the story being in follows : "Mcdwccnoy was uatuiali/cd , in Cnllfornln under thu name of Sweeney. Savon or eight yearn ngo lie went ti Ireland. When ho carno. uncle he announced that ho had bought land thorn and was point ; back to Hvu in Ireland the remainder o his days , IIo sold everything ha possessed in America and took up residence in the county Donegal , Ire- laud , resuming the name of McSnconoy. Ho MU for and was chosen poor law honso guar dian , nml wan compelled of course to take the onth of allegiance to Queen Victoria , which amounted to renunciation of his tVmoricun citizenship. IIo mixed iu politic ) 'and trhough intemperate utterances won arrested under the Coercion act. As his attorney , Judge Coonoy , s.iys ho inndo the best showing ho could for him , and that Dlainu nnulu strong representation ? to the British govoinmcnt on McSweony's be half , an strung as ho could without declaring war. Tending negotiations Gnrfiold was thot , nhd from tlmt tlmo till Arthur wan inaugurated - rated , which practically ended Blruno'rf secre taryship , ho was in no position to push matters further whllo Girflolil was lying cm Ills death bed. However , 113 a result of hi ? representations , McSweonoy wan ollored his liberty if ho would return to America , which ho refused. Yet this assorted immigrant , whom the democrats Imvn brought to thla oountry , is going about mailing lying sprcchea against lilaiuc. Mho Buiuictt-Ttlnokny Cultlo Lamlctl. CONKV IHLAND , N. Y. , October 18.-Tho B'nuett-Maclcuy cable vv.is landed nt12:15 : - thla afternoon , nml ono end was placed in the cable station. A tug loft Faraday with two miles of cable on board. She buoyed ono end two milcH from the shore and than started for the land , paying out thocabla. When uquar ter of n mlle from shore , the bnhnco of the cnblo wni celled from the tug on to n raft. Hope * anchored on the beach connected a raft to which the raft with n cable aud small bouts were attached by haweerj. A number of sailors on shore hauled in ono rope whllo these on the first raft hauled the other. Thin it was landed. Floods in tlio AVrHt Indies. BAI.TIMOHI : , Oct. , 11) ) . Heavy rains are re ported in .Fnmlcn. The rain full on the eve- King of the 7th was ( i | Inchon. Hallway bridge * were Hooded tn n _ depth of two foot. Telegraphic communication is Interrupted throughout the Island. A vessel arrived re- purling to have panned a largo quantity of trees and vegetablu matter evidently washed from elf the different West India Islands through heavy rains. Tlio Great Hebrew Philanthropist. NEW YOIIK , Oo'ober 19. Tiioccntonnary oE the \onoriblo Sir Mn'cs Montofooro wan cola- liratod to-night In the J'Mvo 1'ointn hnusa of industry by the emigrant classes of the young mon'ri Hebrew asHociatlon. Tlin hall wai crowded , many of thojo present bovine : been c'liablod to como to AmciicA through thu philanthropic Sir Moses , ARSHOUS rtYIHGTOHOlODOWn EARLBAKINOPOWOE ITAMBOUtmTORISn PURE CREAM TARTAR. $1OOO. Given iraliim or any Injurious Hiibstimccscun to fouml In Andrews' 1'oarl Baklnrj Powder. Ia pos- lively PURE. Jlelnuemlorj > eilund testimonials ) receivedTrumxuch chemists as H , Danallayg.Uos- ton : M. Peliifontuine , of L'hlraeo ; and Gustavua , Uodo , MHwanlcv. Never kohl Iu bulk. C. E. ANDREWS A CO. CIIIOAGO illljWAUlCBB i 29 Luke fct. ' 257 , ib'J & .Ml \\tndSlf fo 5eafei ) % c Tobacco.fo * > * ' * ? * ! * M 4-W3B ! * ! ! . .