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FOURTEENTH YEAR. OMAHA , NEB. , FRIDAY MORNING , OCTOBER 24 , 1884. * NO. 1'08 # *
"THE TWO SOUTHS. "
Tte LeafliDg Theme of Elaine's '
to the Hocsiers ,
"Bis Impressive Eooital of the
v The Old South with its Memo
ries of Rebellion ,
The Now South with High Strung :
Fostered by a Pure Eepublioan
Tie Glmllcncca Indiana Whether It
| will Support a "aolid South" and
( ' Democratic Mla-Hulc.
UL.UNIO IN INDIANA ,
AT TKIUli : HAUTE ,
Taittir. HAUTE , Octobar 23. Hlaino left Evansville
> ansvillo nt 8:30 : this mornlnor for Lafayette.
The first Btopwas nt Sullivan , where t\\o
thousand were assembled. Blaine mndo a
uhort speech , which wai toceivod In the
usually enthusiastic manner. At Terra llaute
there wns a great demonstration , and a largo
crowd , which greeted Blaine with routing
cheers. Hevaa escorted by a reception coin'
mittee , headca by the mayor , to a cariiageTnnd
driven in the procession through the crowded
streets for about an hour. After the return
c ± o the depot be made a speech , in which he
immla a distinction between
TIII : NEW SOUTH ASI\TIIK OLD SOUTH ,
The now seeking industrial development aud
lending the people away from the prejudices
of tha past ; the old , prejudiced , bitter , hostile
to northern interests , narrow of vision , un.iblo
to take in the magnitude of a great future.
The old south , ho said , wai the main elemnut
of strength in the democratic party , and was
striving , with the aid of Indiana and Now
York , to get control of the national govern
ment. It was for the people of those two
states to iny whether they were prepared to
hand over the Kovernaipnt to that elnment.
ljAl'ATKTTK7lnd. , October 23. ihe follow
HLAINK'S H'KECII AT TEIUIE HAUTE.
"The southern question , as for years it has
been popularly termed , is precipitated into
this canvass by the south itself , and neglect to
notice it would be to overlook uno of the most
powerful and dai gerous factors in the national
contest. To understand that question pro-
oerlyf It should be remembered that there are
politicaly two souths which wa may term
respectively the new couth and the old south.
THK NEW SOUTH
Represent ? that itwdkuned liberal sentiment
which is striving for the industrial doveloa-
meiit of that naturally rich section of the
Union , which recogui/es the necfl sity of a
tariff for protection , which casts the bitter
memories of the civil conflict behind , and
which is hopefully struggling in Virginia , in
North Carolina , in Tounessee , and in other
ptite of the late confederacy. Thia element
includes many men who served in the confederate -
federate armies. It mutually affiliates with
the republican party , and it BO As to load the
peoplcrawajifrom tub prejudice of the p-ist
to a contemplation of the majestic future
which by a wise nnd magaiuimouj nation
may be brought to the south in cammon with
THK OLl > SOUTH-
represents tha spirit of the rebellion and
cherishes sentiments of sullen discontent is
parpetuilly raiflirminfjiU fuithin the ri ht-
fulness of tha "lo t cause" , is full of bitter ro
pronchcs against thosa who triumphed in the
\ war for the union ; regards negro suffrage with
abhorance ; maintains the " bite lino" and is
ready to use whatever amount of intimida
tion or viiilenca which may bs no cssary to
pro'crvo Its own political and pcrsoinl master
in the south. It is unquestionably dominant
in all the old slave elates , mid H iu open and
avowed aflHUtlon with the democratic party
of the north. It constitute * three-fouiths of
effective uemocratio strength in iho nation ,
nnd in tha event of a democratic triumph
would be in absolute and undisputed control
of the government
run HniuooLi : OP THE KKI-UDLICAXS
ii for the ameloration , improvement and pro-
preea of the south as well us the not th. But
they are confronted every wbero und resisted
every where by determined and hitherto tri
umphant southern dmnocracy. The aim is to
conjoin tlio electoral votes of New York nud
Indiana with tlio electoral v tot of the south
ern bt.'ites , nnd it is for New York nud Indi
ana to comldt-r just what th.it moans and
vlierp it.wowld oirry them.
r - - " -VEW TOIIK HAH A OIIEATEU BTAKK
than any other state of the union in maintain
ing sound prinu'ploi of , government , in up
holding national crodit'in perpetuating the
financial sy t m which embodies the matured
\vi dom of the pa-t twenty j earn , in bUBtuininf ;
the protective policy , ( Cheers )
( INDIANA HAH A HTAVU
less than that of New York only ns her pop
ulation and wealth are Ics * . lo the oitlreiiB
of thobo t o states fully comprehend what it
means to trust the national credit , the nation
al finances , the national pensions , the protec
tive system nnd all the great luteiosts which
nro under the control ot national government
to the old south with its bitterncm , its unrec
onciled temper , itt narrowness of vision , IU
hostility to all northern Int3ro tn , ltd constant
longing to revive nn impossible past , Iu au > > elute -
lute incapacity to measure thosvveep andmnpr.
nitudo of our great future. ( Clmera. )
TUB NOUTH AND BOUTH
under a republican administra
tion of government will ultimiito-
ly come into harmonious relations
In the last ton year * great progress ha. been
made toward ) * that result , aud the next ton
yenrd may witness tint elfccament of all hostile
iues and the obaolute triumph of just and
magnanimous policy , [ renowail cheersj hut all
prjspccsof that result would bo da'oated and
, destroyed by giving the old imiitli posbesaion of
ithe national power. Among the lust of
THE IIALKKUL KWKOJH
< ( hat would follow would ho the crushing rut
, of all hhsral progress in tha south and the
, prac'.ic. < l nulliricutlon of all that ha ? linen
, gainorl by the reconitructlonluw which follow
ed tUu reb llion Thn people of Ninv Yorlc
and the p'i'ipto ' of Indiana nia not asked to u4 !
in bringing ubxit tlut , deploiabln ronult to ba i
followed by nu abandonment of the great
finaiici.il nnd imlmtrial policioi under wtilch |
tLo not/wn IUH prospered no marvellously since
fie clo'o of the war. fNovflr , nover. | I do
not , I cannot bcliovo you will do It , because
Mich n coutso U forbidden by o\ery Imtinct of
pstriotmn as well ai by every con iuw.itlon
of onlfphtenod eelf-intcrost. ' ' [ rolonKotl
In the Indiana coal mining district , thorowa *
n great meeting , comixised largely of tntncri
Hlaino made n shnrt Bpti > ch un the tailff
which wa * very favorably roccivtd , and when
at thu end ho remaikcd that his Auditors were
( no ORonts , nnd sugnesto-l thnt these who
nroferred JCngli'h Ireo trndo ought to tote
with the democrntio party , there were loud
nhou'8 of "No , no , noNoil we'ro down on
There WAS another g'eat moatiofr , where
Blaine ppoko eubtiutiully as ho had spokci
nt Terra Hauto.
ho made a brief speech , in the course of vhicl
ho paid a tiibuta to tlio character of llenrj
S. Lane , whoso homo WAS thero. It wns nf
most dark \vhcn the train arrived
Hero Blnino wasrccnivtd by n wildly pnlhn
siastic crowd , who pressed around his cir *
iljgo BO clssely that Its progress was very
slow. Ho was accompanied to a ct < md , where
ho mndo n similar speech to the one nt Tern
Hauto. Ho wai then drhen to the house o !
Gen. George B , Wllli.inn , where ho dined ani
will spend the night. In the o\cning ho re
viewed n largo tor blight pi occasion. Tomorrow
row ho goea to Springlicld , 111 ,
RAILWAYS AJ COMMERCE.
THK 11. ANI ) O. CUTS WEMTWAIU ) .
I'HII.ADKLI'HIA , October 23. To-day the B
& O. biignn to cut passenger rates to § 1" to
Chicago and $21. 0 to St. Louis.
A CLOTHIKa KJILUllE.
CHICAGO , October 23. The clothing boo
and shoo and notion stock of Adolph ICaln
w as attached this afternoon for $211,000. Ks
timated liabilities $30OOJ to $40,001) ; assets
? G,000 to 88,000.
A MAMMOTH HOND SUIT.
AVASHINQTOK , October 23. Tlio Tonnosso
bond canes , which comprise tixteen suit
against tixtecn southern rallrond corporation
nnd which involve outsttnding bonds to th
amount of $7.00,009 ! ) , were called for in ar-tu
ment in the United Statoj supreme court thi
af ernoon. The was an extraordinary arra ;
of counsel present from all parts of the conn
try. Governor Hoadly. of Ohio , opened th
argument for the bondholders. -
rilHOHT OLASSIKICATIONS' .
M'lLWAUKEEOcWbor 23. | After a ton days
session the j ilnt western freight classification
committee this evening adjourned until th
first Wednesday in next Vebiu iry. Abou
ono hundred alterations in freight classifies
tions were made and go into effect Noyombe
10. The balance of the weak xvill bo given t <
meetings of the traffic and pool associations o
the western railway lines arranging for west
THE U. J''s KOUTE TO I'OUTLAND.
NEW YonK , October 23. Klernon'a agency
is responsible for the following : A conference )
was held between Sago , Gould , Adams am
Smith , president of the Oregon trana-cjutmen
tal company , whereby the loan called for by
that company last week has been taken uu
und the securities of the Oregon K ulway &
Navi a tion passed into the hiudd of thu
Gould pirty. It is ft'dd the Union Pacific
people have thus secured a in ijority of inter
est In the Oregon lluilway & Navigation com
[ THE 11AILWAT WAH.
NEW YORK , Oct. 23. Tiio owners of ono
million bonds of the West Shore railroad have
addressed a letter t ) the president protesting
oga'.nattho action nf the receivers in cutting
pas6engerratna , Thor-ffnr-tlie\.dohtjiUjro
ceiver's certificates wurba oteatart that wil
destroy the value of first mortgjga bonds.
NE-vYoiiK , Oct 23. The ti kct broker
took the rate war in hand this morning , Ono
said he would sell tickets to Chicago at $13
another nt $14 They will probably bo sole
at $10 before tha end of the week.
CUTTINO HACK EASTWARD.
KANSSCITV _ , Oct. her 23 , Tlio passenger
ralo to Chicago his dropped _ to nine dollars
and there seems a general disposition now t (
abandon the Kunsas City agrepinent , pending
the settlement of dilliculties. The cutting hai
not yet extended to St. Louis tales.
THE DUSTED IRO.V I'OOL.
PiTTsnonts October 23. The national
wrought iron pi po pool , formodjrt Decein
jer , dissolved to-day bicaue of dNagraement
ovrr n division of tha profits. The Knter-
irise Iron works of New York , ovviiod by the
lool. was oulerod to bo Hold nnd the proceeds
livided among the members. A general cut
n piices in now predicted.
ii'H Olirlsl Ian IV mperancn Union
Sr. Louis , October 2J. The W. C. T. U.
assembled thia morning. The report of work
among foreigners was rend. Thirty thousand
> 9gi8 of German literature had teen put in
circulation nnd distributed. It was resolved
.o make the work among Indians u separate
lepartment. The repart of Mrs. Cirolino
Suel , of Cincinnati , presented the history of
, ho association for the past ten years , The
) Iithof tlioW. C. T. U.vaj inthocnisada
vhlch o curred in Cleveland in 1874. The re-
Kirt stated that compulsory temperance educt
ion was provided for in snver il st.ttaa , Tlio
roasurcr's report showed reciepts in 188 J ,
? 7,887 , expenditures § 8,581. The rust of the
esiiouwaiof ndevotlnn.il character ,
A DpMruol Ivo "Wreclc t > T TriiliiH.
MO.NTKKAL , Quebec October 23. The Chicago
cage express which left ho o last night at the
1 o' . lock collided witii the rea t-boiind cattle
r in nt Point CIairi , causing tarriblo Irivoc ,
tilling origiueer. Alex. Stewart , and fttally
njuriiiff the fireman Other train bunds woio
Hiiously maimed , The pass4ngers cncuji-d
without fatalities and a number were quite
eiioualy injurud. atowart's body was not
ecoverad for tv\o hourx and when taken from
ho debris , was foun.l burned and charred ho-
'ond recognltinn. Onn hundrol mid hfty
lead of cattle wpro killed. It is estimated
IH damage i i one hundred and fifty thousand
A t'olil on I Hi\v.
WittMiHOToM , N. C. , October 23. While A
Scales , democratic cmdldato for governor
wad addressing a inootlE including many
adlca in front of tlio city lioll , a procesaion of
negroofi , who had been attending n mooting
n nnotter part of the city , pawed by and
were no disorderly that it was nocoanry to
nspond itvj iiiroting. Stones were thrown at
ho apeako 'a stand , one Imely inlHlni ; Scalen ,
no stillang Cul. Juhii N. Staple. Tlio
( Fair created great oicltomint. T u mcetlrg
ppolntod a committeoto Inform the repubh-J
Eau IrR'JerH Umy would lia rosfKinslblo for any [ '
resell J-ji of the outrage.
IMPOSSIBLE ! ! ! !
The New York Snn Again Exnoses ihc
ttic Bonrljon Sores.
The Unmistakable Triumph of
Tariff in Ohio.
"Cleveland Oannot Oarry a Single
Northern Stale , "
Ohioago's ' Tremendous Reception
Preparations for Elaine ,
The Wretched " Mugwumps"
Manifest Sickly Symptoms.
Chicago ItcpubllcnnH Deny ( lint thry
nro Appolntlnc Many Klcctlou
Rlarshnls Other Volition !
ANA ON THK ISSUE.
TUB BTIlUOaLE IN A NUT-SHELL-THE T.MIIFI
QUKSTIOS THE VITAL ISSUE.
Special Telegram to TUB UKE.
NEW YOHK , October 23. Sun editorial. It
will now bo admitted by every candid am
close observer that the recent election in Ohio
tuancd rhielly on the ( pio-tlon of protoctloi
versus free trade ; that the Isauo lining been
projected \vithpecu iaremphasis by the dofea
of JJurd in a district which Is wont to b <
overwhelmingly demoo-atic. No evasion o
this primary nnd vital point in the controversj
between the two great parties henctforth CM
bo po.'siblo. The great manufncturim ; Indus
tries , and the millions of worklngiron , who de
pcnd on them for their livelihood , are fully
awakened to the gravity of tha impondiiif
crisis aud cannot bo cheated into using the
ballot against their interests. But If the
great mass of artlsani huvo pet thnir _ faces
against tlio changsi which would lno\itabb _
cause an abrupt dislocation of our indiutria
sy tam , and the distressing fall of wag R , IT
WILL UK IMPOSSIULK FOU CLEVKLANI ) TO CAUIl\
A SI.VC1LK NOKTIIERK STATE.
COOK CODNIY'S CA.HNIVAU.
QIIANO ANO ELABOJtATK WlKPAllATIONS 1O HE-
CKIVE DI.AIMR AT CHICAGO SATUUDAV
Special Dispatch to Tim BEE.
CHICAGO , October 23. As far as Indications
go the reception which the Cook county
publicans will tender Mr. Blaine on Saturday
n'ght ' will bs porhnps tha mo t oitocstvo ova
tion the dbtinguishod pilgrim has yet received.
Gen. Jo'eph Stocton , who Ima In chirgo the
entire nnttor relating to the marching clubs ,
said that it would depend on the weather how
many men turned out , but the nuin or uviuld
not fall abort of 12,000 or 15,000 , If S.turday
night was clear and not too c Id Blaine will
leave Sprin.field to-morrow ntyht at 0 o'clock
on a special train of the Chicago &
Alton railroid arriving hero butweou
U and 1 o'clock Saturday morning. Whether
ho will stop over in Chicago a few hours or ao
on directly to Milwaukee , no ono seema to
know definitely. Tim i epublican state com
mittee have information tuat ha will stopover
in hm special car or breakfast there or at the
Grand I'ncilic , resuming his journny north at
9 o'clock.iivuiy. . , _ vent be will H turn to
Chicago from Mljwaukeo baturday nvenmgjit
7 o'clock. He will rjo the Gr.iud 1'acirio anil
rest a while , and n pro opsion of uniformed
knight and torch bearers will meanwhila form.
The pnrndo will cot in line at S-l" , and as fr.r
as is known , will pass in review bcfoio the
presidential candidate whiln he &t indi upon the
Olarkstreet balcony of the Grind Pacific hotel ,
Gen. Stockton said that the idea of escorting
him from the dop t had been abandoned. Ho
will bo nut by n recaption committee from
the state and county c mimitt-ps and bi driven
in n carnage t > > thu hot l , The pir.ulo will
consist of uniformed and mounted club- > , uni
formed , and uniformed torch-light bearers ,
Scandinavians , Germans Norwegians nnd
Irishmen. Tlio Irish will put between 2 , < 00
and 3,000 men iu line undo command of dipt.
John li" . Pincrty. Congressman Kinarty will
meet Hlaino on his arrival from Springfiild
and will go with htm ti Milwaukee. Klabor-
ate preparation 8 have been made tn send 10-
000 uniformed men to Springlitld to escort
; ho presidential party hither.
TAKES A DECIDEDLV SIINOR KEY 80 TO M'l.'AK
THE GERMANS UALLVINO I.OVALLV TO THE
OLD STANDAlll ) .
Special telegram to TUG BEI : .
CIIICAOO , October 23. The independent re-
lublicuii comml tjo ha.i been boasting , from
time to time , of iti list of nimei. nnd IKS pot
out that sundry thousands of nlUtftd "Mug-
wumps" are on itn oils. Since the Ohio eltc-
ion , however , it it beginning to oinga cmillor
uno and it numbo H arn now foiced to ad-
nit that the Uer nn republicans who were at
irst Inclined to supp irt Clovelund are lapldly
olloniiigthooxamploof thulr Ohio brethren
and going Inck into tha republican ranks to
upport Blaine and Logan.
DENIAL THAT THK CHICAOO UKrUULIfAKS AKE
HKCUniNQ ANV OllEAT OUANT11V Ol' U. H.
[ pecial Telofrram to TJIK BEE.
CHICAGO , October 2. ) . Bdputy Hayes , of
ho United States ma-Blul's office , Bald this
morning that the statement that fi.OOO depu-
IIH vould bo aiipolnicd to nerve dining the
lecti > n _ hero WOH nonsensicil nnd without
nundation. Ho added tint enough m irnhalii
vonhl bp apnolntod to ntiiiut the other ollicerH
n securing > m honest ulection. Six huiidnd
lad been found ftjual to the occasion two
rears ngo _ . If It wiu foiinil necessiry to have
, (0) ( ) thh tlmu that number would bo ui- [
minted. At present only a fuw npp-.intmoiiti
ro bein < mad t' ) render the mip-rvliior/i t.io
EOUHINO ANTMIONOl'OLY IIALI.Y AT tIKCOLN
pocial telegram to thu HEE ,
LIKCOLK , Neb , , October 23 , The city hull
was well filled thi nvoninj ; with nn audience
ompoocd of men of all parties to hear cx-gov-
uuor DavU Butler , of I'awnoo City.
lie laado n ringing antiinonopoly speech ,
nnd wai li toned to with close nltcntion to the
end lll i i > cccli was dilfrront from others do *
llvrrcd hero thh fall In that it VPM cot made
up of abuse of mon , but of ineniurca such as
are resorted to to rob the people for the bcno
fit of corporations. The pcoch made votes
for Stlckol and many noiv friends for the tx-
HIS IULLT AT TAONTON.
TAVNTOS , Maw , pctobor 23. Butler spoke
in the music lull nt noon to ono thousand ,
mostly laborers. His speech wai vary llko
most of his former speeches. Ha nlhulixlto
the letter from ( .3 on. Tftrsons , which ho called
"bosh. " Ho said the last tlmo ho Raw that
gentleman wai when ho borrowed forty dollars
irom his business inBiiagor to got homo. In *
stoid of the collapsoof t no people party which
h d been predicted , the only collnpao ho hoard
of WAS that of the democratic party In Ohio ,
Ho saiJ if ho wni hi power hotoulJ nuke
epoculnt on n penal olferjso.
IIUTLEH TlllliaTKNKI ) AN KdOINd IS BOSTON ,
UOSTOX , October 23.Wni. . II , Whltmoro ,
chairman of n committee of the poiplo'g p ir-
ty applied for protection of the i ollce for the
people's party nt n mcoiiiig to beheld in South
lloatou I'd lay evening. Throats have been
publicly announced to rotten egg Butler , who
will speak nt the meeting.
ciiuncit HOWE'S \ > onK.
NASHVILLK , Tcnn. , October 21. The Hon.
Church Howe , manager of tha southern head-
( pinrtors of the National republican committee -
tee , will go to Kvnnavillo to-morrow'to meet
151 ai. o. ainco Mr. llowo has had charge of
the political campaign in the couth ho has
bcon vigorously at work , aud will confer with
the republican nominee for president as to the
outlook in this section. Ho h much encour
aged , nnd his interview is expected to have
much to do with the canvass now drawing tea
a closo. A number of southern nowapnpors
have made strong attacks upon the national
committee for establishing headquarters In
the south , nud declared _ thnt the solidity Tf
this tcction will remain unchanged. Mr ,
llowo believes otherwise , nnd that the elec
tion will surprise many of the most confident.
A IIOUUIION' ItOOllUAOII.
A local democratic journal publishes to-day
a long story to the effect that the national
republican committee were ougagiog through
their colored branch colored deputy-marshals
and repeaters who were to Intttnidata demo
cratic voters in the south nnd prevent n fair
election. The Hon. Church Uowo pronounces
the story devoid of truth. Ho says : "There
hai never boon a deputy-marshal board of
about these headquarters nor a colored man
nbant these headquarters for any such pur
pose. There is absolutely not a particle of
foundation for1 lut _ story- any other that
the sou hf.ru republican hoadiptartors is any
way working any scheme looking ( o the em
ployment of deputy-marshals anywhere fur
any purpose * whatever. "
THE TKNNEH1EE CONQIHCSSIONAI. DISTRICTS.
Information jtwt received from all the con
gressional districts indicates the election of
five republican o ugrcsimen. with possiblly
two more. Bate , dcmocralio candidate for
governor , will run behind 10000 votes , nnd
this insures lleid's election. Tim vote on
presidential electors will ba close , with the
chances n little the best for the republicans.
Every day slnco the _ Ohio election has
ctrongthcnod the republicans nnd weakened
A Ilooslcr I ) < * iu crat
TsJiMANAimis , October 23. A democrat
ic rally nnd barbecue was held a5r Peru to-day.
The crowd was the largest ever assembled In
town , numbering about 20lA ) largo in
dustrial parni'i wk.n3tt'ri.l ! > ? > tn < townships
iihdn line array of uniformed clubs and bauds.
Sixteen beeves and a dozen theoi ) failed to
satisfy the hunger of the crmvdi The arrival
of Ilend/ickrt wni groo od with great enthusi
asm nnd his nddroas rccahed with round'of
applause. Speeches were ulso made by Ex-
Senator Muu maid , Durbin Ward , Judge
Hoinan aud others. In the evening thuru
wai a largo torchlight procession and : v crodl-
tublo display of fireworkn.
WAnAhll , Ind. , October 23. A big row oc
curred on n Wab.vh p.is enger train near hero
this evening. The train was full of people re
turning from the democratic barbecue at Fe
rn. A woman named Coltoiien , crized with
liquor , drew a long knife and commenced cut
ting and flashing iiiuong the oocuoanti of the
car. Henry Garner wns cut in the shoulder
U. Qiilnu was dangerously stabbed in the face
nnd Conductor L'rincu was nlno stabbed In tlio
Fivco. The woman was finally ejected from the
No Fusion iu I'oniiBylvnnln ,
PITTSIIURO , October 23. The idea of fusion
Between the democrats ami Bntlorltos in
Pennsylvania was abandoned to-day. Thus ,
A. Armstrong will not bo placed en the doni' ' >
cmtio ticket for the p r iosa of strengthening
ho opposition mid it pisslhlo defoatlng Gal-
in Wells , the republican elector , as content-
> luted. _
A. Democrat Endorsed by Itoilubli-
ITAIOA , October 23. Tha ropuollcau con-
[ fres-joiml c nvontlon at Seneca Fal'fl to-day
nianimoualy and by declamation endorsed the
jemocratio iiomlu o , John Arnot. lli < record
neet thu approval of thn rdpuhlicans of thid
district iu nutterd of fin nco aud tariff.
WATEiuiony , Conn. , Octobar 23 , Vrobably
25,00 ) strangers were hero at the dedication
of the Boldlors' monument to d > y. Over 8,000
lemons were in line. After tha para'Jo of
BohlierH the monument wai unveiled. The
iruientttiou address wan delivered by F. < J.
viiuelmrv and thu ! itclro. ! a of uccopttnco by
John O'NoII. The addnvs of de licatlon wa <
rutle byeiiator L'lutt. Music il oxerciseH
oil owed by a choir of 203 voices A dro-H
urada by the Si > co < d regiment In tlio square
aciijg the monument completed the ilaj'd
Coj.niUJUB , October 2S. The not republican
ilurallty on the tongrcssional vote In the la't
) lotion was 10,518 un olllclal returns. In
&st nlght'H dosput his , MolCinley' * majority
wa ? i/ivou 800 nil irt , othdrwlsa the Iiuro4 (
.hough partially unnlliciil , were correct.
K r tlio FalliorlOHM in fvraol ,
NEW YOUK , October 23. The nojr Hebrew
orphan asylum on thi hank of the Hudson
river Uotwo n iliUth and UHth utroots , was
dulicuto 1 to day It co.t SUOO.O U ut'J will
accummodata & 00 inmatu ) .
PARLIAMENT CONVOKED , , '
The Brillsli lc lslaln c CalU in Ses
sion by Qnceii Vicloria ,
Her Majesty'a ' Neat Speech tote
to both Houses.
Gladstone's ' Threatening Address
to the Commons. * *
The Franchise and Redintribu :
tion Bills all Important. ' .
A Prolonged -and Stormy Session
Ttio llorrlhlo Chinese Mnsancro At
Xuin Sin Tlio Brunswick Sueecg-
moil OUitr Foreign
OVEN ING OP
1JIE qUKKN'fl Sl'LlI , * "l'JC *
LONDON , Octpber23. The followlnr ls * tho"
quoou's speech nt tlioopcirinrj'of the ECBSJOM :
"My lords mid gent'cmen : I.'JjjvdlirMight
you together , to onalilo yo't ' v " l-onsidor tfij ?
jjroat subject ot rcprcnontatli'iS 'j ( the peoploT
I continue to maintain rclallSns of amity with
nil foreign powers , The information from
yomlnii includes l > ainf ill uncertainties , but the
energy , courngo , , nnd roionrco. rjo'nspicuously
displayed by General Gordon iu n succcsiful1
defense of Khartoum deserve irty warm reccg'j
A change of my troops tp Dongola Ira lor
its object the rnncuo nnd security for that gal
lant oillcor nnd of these who have BO faithfully
co-op rutbd with him. I mm using my best
endeavors In J'gypt to promote further im
provement of alfaira in that country , I have
given my support to tUo Egyptian govern-
inent in thu difficult- financial * poiltlon in
which it was loft through the failure of the
recent conference. I regret the occurrence in
tha Transvaal nnd am considering with tha
Capo government means to secure the ob
servance of the convention.
Gentlemen of the House of Commons ;
The oporatlohs in the Soudan render it noces-
eaty to ask of you'furthor pecuniary provision.
My Lords nnd Gentlemen : A bill for thn
extension of the ( .arliaincntiuy franchise will
bo at onca Introduced. May tlio blcssmp of
God nttond your loaders.
GLADSTONE AND THE KIUNCIIISK HILL.
LONDON , October 2. ' . In the commbns
Gladstone gave notice that ho would auk
that priority bo granted the franchise bill
throughout the session.
IIIELAND AND Till : TIIUONB.
Timothy Harrington , homo ruler for West
Meath , gave notice that ho intended to offer
an amendment to the address in reply to the
speech from the throne to the ollect tint the
administration of the law in .Ireland was
satisfactory , and tint inquiry into the
Mtamtrasnn murder trial would load to
greater contentment am tig the people.
GLADSTONE1 ! ! TIIIl'ATKNINa Bl'BKCU TO THK
'LONDON , October 23. In the commons to
day Gladi.tono 'tfinnked N-Tthcota for the
moderate tola 4ot , his speech. Ho vaguely
referred to lhp- ' Congo question , the Capo
trouble ; , the Egyptian nlTaira nnd Lord
Northbroolc'd minion. He Insjsto I that the
redistribution m < < stfollow tha'liancliiso bill ,
and doprccalod the disorders in Birmingham
and elsewhere , but raid ha hoped the opposi
tion had seen that the souitry wanted the
franchise bill paused. Ho would warn ( horn ,
that while insisting their labors should in
clude the redistiibntlon schema , they _ should
not inoludo another question the issue of
which ho was unable to foresee. 'Lho spoeclus
made bv other conservative * showed that they
objected to Gladstone's menacing tone
Litbouchcro said ho hopail tlio lords would
pereist in r < ? j'tctn ! ? the frauchiso bill and thug
hasten the abolishment of tliat body ,
CONTINUED CALAMITIES DEKALL1NO THK HKT-
TLKMKNTH 01' THU NOIITII ,
QuEiiitc , October 23. Hon. K .1. Flint re
ceived the following telegram from Hov. J.
E. B. Quolcot , dated Gaipo , 22d : "Tlio set
tlements of 1'ointn 1'rigato and Petit Anne
nro burned and thirty-live families ore homo-
h'pH and starving , Jftir God's ako asHi'nt us. "
Another telegram says tbirty-fivn IIOIIHOH wpn >
burned at Olaydonno and two hundred per
sons aio starving , having lost all po.incnaioiiH.
Tlio Brniifcwlolc Rucccsalon.
October 2 * . I'rinco Albert , of
, is a cnndldato for the throne of
liriinswick. His claim is favored by the
BF.IU.IN , October 23. The Duke Cumber
land issued a proclamation usuninir the gov
ernment of thn Duchy of Bnmuwick nnd reserving -
serving the right tj issue thn iiecui-sary ordo'H
in relation to the oath of ullcgianco. Ho says
Jio says ho intends to govern the couutiy In
accordance with imperial and provisional con
1'AIHH , October 23 I'rlmo Minister Terry ,
Captain Knrnier who negotiated on the part
of Franco the Tion Tain treaty , nnd Odiior.il
Millet , lately ouininaiidor of thol'remh foices
In Tonquln , huvu boon iuvitoJ to confer with
Lho ToiKjum commlttoo of tlio chamber cf
Till ! IIACHAClin AT TOM HIM A DKI'AUIIIIBNT
Ol' HOI.11IKHV BMUOIITKIIUI ) IIV TIIKACJIIHUOUH
I'Altlti , October 23. 1'nHcr advlcra from
Ohiiu givu the following iiurticnlnr/ the
Kronch defeat nt Tom Bin , October Kith Liner
Ming Kchtinn , n Chlniae goner l , aunt Homo of
lilo Bold If ro divgilliitd uu coulius to nlfer HHtUt-
tanco to the Krmith In the work of building
forU. Meanwhile the rout , of the Chlnceo HOI *
formed an malm c.i'lo near nt hand. At
ai/iven nigind thu suiipoacd coolies nnd the
made a eudilun attack upon the
Kroucli , whit were hemmed in on all ntlcn and
ovurwholmed ; and ruthoil Into the so t in con-
finlon , Admiral Lcupron admttH that UA of
1 1 in man were killed. Hn offered n reward f r
each uor [ ) o restored , The Io4s of the French
Hag is greatly dejlorcd.
lllIJIOliEll OUUUAK HIMHATJO.V.
I'AIIIH. Octobttr2J It in statin ! that Ger
many is likely to take it ops looking to media *
tion between FrSnco nnd China , looking id itf
amicable nottlomnnt of the dilhVilty.
X , Oct. 2.I.Kmporo'r , William aii
Crown ' 1'riuco Frederick nrnivcd. Tr |
iniotttotof nuoscsMon has been iliscu cd K
the Uunihrntli , n majority of which will iQ
cnlonottu mlmlttho claims of the lnko bfj
Cumberland to the throne , ' v
llKHUX , October 23. The Xorlh ( Jcrman
G 7ptto9ayBelovcnoutof , nineteen district"
of Hanover return (3tiolih Jpputioa whoso pr. -
Brammo , according to Deputy Goct ? , flncO
L'tusfii will not pont\neou ly offer the Han-
o\er thronnto l\io \ thiko of pumborlaud. is UIH
mo of loroign ctimullcationi to bring about o.
f l'arMt ' , rttm- The Gazette considers
this uecmratiori tronsonablo.
liU'f.sEiflOctol ) > er 23. The SB cnr.Vrring
wlth/i'rluio Minister Mnlon , request l the
Ithdra' writ from , the cabinet o'/j'Jacobi nnd
Wqeste , After ciJiinnt council find considered
the rcprst Ma\oTJi'forinod \ ' Iho king that the
whotojulnlstry muUstand or fKu togothar.
The king replied thift , ho wmld comldcr what
caurao to pnrano. Ho desires n coalition of
thomlilistry In order to accuro voting of rstl-
malcs nnd tlio mtlonal , ' military reserve bill
hml the distolutlon pf parliament' In the
cprlng. , - . . "
4 UnvasKi j'OclQbpr/S. Mnlon , jiVlmo min.
Istdr has roelgand. ' * / ' '
' /F nin Flnancpi/
I'AJtt Vp&bjr * 513. The cabinet to-day
igrtcJKJoTimkajvicdiictlon Of 3,000,000 franca
In thi ) nnfffopflaUhni for to inlmstcrios'of war , '
flimiice.'iiTsUuiUuii and Jiubllo * Avork's.-j Jules
Jtocho propo cH t tuo'bndgit cpmmlttofltA
Oct. -Glad8ono ( ,
long letter to tlioStalpas diocesan couforonco
( iu the subject ; of tlio dUostnbllshihciil'of.Uio
Chuurch ot Koglan . 1 to counsels churchmen
to bo tolerant ot .each others , views and con *
duct the ! controVersIes with charity , modera
tion , inllduoia nntl'rosf rvo.
LONDON , October 23. * - At mooting of the
liberals favoring the franchise bill at 1'ottft-
down ycstordny a Uowling mob attacked the
town hall , shattered the windows nnd sovdral
private houses were wrecked. Dickaon , M.
I' , was attacked while leaving the hall and re
ceived n scalp wound. Other liberals were
Tlio Parnoll Party.
LONDON , October 23. A moating of the
Irish parliamentary party wan hold to-day ,
Paruoll presiding. The mooting resolved to
press the Cathollo cducitton tpiostion In par
liament. No formal resolution wax adopted
regarding the franchise policy of the party ,
which will probably bo decided upon after the
tint reading ofttho frnnchiao bill.
MADIIID , October 23. Two dcathi in this
city are sinpoctod to have been caused by
asiatlo cholera , During the past twenty-four
hours thojo have bcon sixtcorf fresh caaoi of
cholera nt Naples , ouo death : no now cases
deaths nt Genoa
, Conl Mlno on Fire.
SIIAMOKIN , 1'a. , October 23. The rhila-
dclphliand lteadlng Coal nnd Iron com-
panj.Mllpar Vulluy haft on n wire vain is
por"pon"dlcular imd it Is impjfdlblo tn reach
tnn fir < > .f Tfao.ininoLiV'J-l " jirobiWy , ; ! > ? " jloodod. _
Z' < * nipcrViiu In Cnnntln ,
Q'ouo.VTO , October 23. The Scott temper ,
nnco net voted on to day in the Couuty 1'oel
was defeated by 100 majority.
I'KOlllA , Octobers. ! . The Univorsalist con
tantion opened at 1:50 : for prayer and confer
unco , led by Itov. S. W. Sample of Michigan.
Theattoudanco not BO Inrga as yoatorday. On
tli opening .T. It Jones of Chicago , delegate
groin the national Unitonan conference , was
introduced. Ho came to bring greeting and
congratulations from that body , Hov. O. L ,
Wart presented n memorial from the Iowa
convention recommending that a certain Sun
day in each yoir : bo set apart as inintsti'rB'
Sunday Heferrod to a committee of which
Dr. Chtipen was mndo chtlrmau. At ton
o'clock the special order of buainosa rolnlivo
to the nmendmcnt of the second nrtiulo of the
profession of fnlth was taken up , discnsHcd In
all iti bearingit , and lost. Adjourned nc 1
until i:30. ! :
At 2 p. m. the annual mooting of the
Women's Centrnnnry Association wns hold.
The tliomo of dinciiBblon wab the needs of the
work in the wuat nnd the general miBslonnry
work. Kov. Olymplu Drown emphasized the
vccoiiiity of pressing young wmnon into the
work , or rather ( ncournging them to study for
the minUtry. The nfternoon session of the
con\eiition was devoted to Urn mattcrH of min-
slurs utid linnace. A series of reBolutinns
wtra propoied by Hov. Amos Criiin , of lu-
bu < | iio , Iowa , providing that a upeciul fund of
85uOO bo ramod to Incrojuo the missionary
work. Hov , K. L. Cougor , of Galesburg , 111. ,
load a lengthy report on increasing the min
( Inwn At Tlio AVorld'H Kulr.
IOWA Cirv , October 23. The World'd expo-
( iltion commiHilon of thin state has apomtod
L. V , Andrews of Doa Moinot to uoood the
late Kimpiharaon nndsup rintoridont of thu
Bocloty ( topartmcnt of the low exhibit , Mr.
Andrews is at present acting as uecretary of
th state buaro of houllh.
COLUMIIUH , October 2.'f , At the closing BOH-
nion of the Masonic grand ledge of Ohio to *
day a resolution wau adopted declaring it the
opinion of that body that tha nulling of in-
drinks in a Masonic olfento and
thonld duipiulify any ono from mlmiaslou and
allillatlon with any Mnnoulo lodgo.
DETuoir , October 23. A heavy wind nnd
sno < v reported this morning from lakes Huron
and Michlgxn ports , Thin Is iv jam nt St.
Cluir II tu whiTO forty-six vesalos and steamers
uro diituinod nud passage bitweon lukeu Krlo
aud Huron iv bloclculcil ,
North C'irolliiu l rolilltillonUtft.
ji , N. 0. . October 23-Tho prohibl-
ls nominated u full electoral ticket for
St. John ,
PJinrsflaj's ' mi g Hie Sioci Yards /
( ' / S , , i
n r1 1nt A
anilf.fco / . ,
V & - *
* i /
v'OattlGi ) ull and
Hogs Unohar d in Sapply > nd ' '
Wheat FlattanecV' by n
Trade i Pit Domoral-
L'arlc ulco Dull nnd Onncrolly
Lnrd | In a IitKo Manner
nor , -Easy ,
Special telegram to TilK BKE.
OCliiaXao , OcSbbor 23. ItaccipU of wcsternn
Biul Texans , about80J can , which would
loavfl.nboUt-1 030 natives nmonfjtho fresh or *
titnls. Tlio general market w&s dull , with a
tendency to lower prices on all sorij from hrat
class natives down to the most common. Best *
gradca ot range stock were ntBotnowhcreg near
the prices of yesterday , yet there was n weak
undercurrent. Good to choice , 12COli5o'lbs.
SO 80@G.oO ; common to medium , 10001200
lr | , email@example.com . Sales-ir.4 Toxnns. 9111 Ibs ,
SH.6U ; 294 Tcxans , 007 MM' 53.80 ; 163 Texans ,
1015 Ibn' 91.10 : ISO Montanas , 1270 Ibs , 85.51 ;
03 Montanaa , 1258 lb > , $310 ; 275 Texans , 013
Ibs , $3.65. Grass Texan cows , firstname.lastname@example.org ;
, ! ? email@example.com.
f 1100S. v
Thcro" "WM a fair to steady dornand , nnd
prices underwent little ono changp on the
bulk bt fair to good picking privies ; which *
contiiluod' tcj soll'arnund about'SJf 80@4 90.
with bcst < packera at $5 00@5 1 ' , and heavy at
S516&52' . Ifanoy asjortod heavy , $5SOfg >
535. A lot of select fancy heavy soldi-for
S3 50. Packing nnd Bhii > plng. 330@SOO Ibs. .
$5W5GO ) ; light , 1CO21G Ibs , , 5450@GOO.
There was a strong opening in wheat to
day , and for n time tha market ruled steady ,
but on the ro.eipt of the news of tha Wash *
bank failure , made heavy offerings , the mar
ket fell oil lie nnd the ruling was weak.
Cloned on the regular board lo under yester
day. The weakness continued on the after
noon session , the market again declining 1 ©
Jo , closing nt 73 jo for October , 74\a \ for No
vember. Too for .December , and G5 o for Janr
uary. Receipts hero continue lurao. Sum- .
miug up for the past twenty-four hours , 442
cars against 453 yesterday , but nt other west
ern points the arrivals were smaller.
The market ruled heavy nil day nnd appeared
in n meuiuro demoralized. The rcca'pta show
lit increase. Offerings were frno , with opera
tors cautious about buying. The demand bf-
ing'comparativoly light. October declined 2J
tarU In the session and closed on the regular
board 2J under ttstordiy. November opened
firmer bub quietly sold off two c nts. rallied a
trillo and closed 1J under yesterday. The
cold 'feather In the woat is favorable to the .
gradinffbf corn This wns ono of tho'weakcn- * "
mginllii ncc On the nfternoon board the
murkot ruled firm r , closing nt13 for October ;
123 for November ; 39 for the year ; 39J for
KQmet and generally easier ; closing at 15.50
for October. ll,72i for the year ; ll.OOfor Jan-
Easy , closing at 7.12J , for October ; 7.97i for
No\ombor and Uocombor ; 7.07J for January.
nniniiTOK IIKACH IUOEH.
BluailTOJf JJcACH , October S. Three-
quarter mile , two-year-old maidens , Emmet
won , Ado ! a second , Hawthoruo third ; time
1:22 : j. Milo , "oiling Jennlngj won , Boureor
tec nd , Cirrio Stewart third ; tlmo 1:18 .
Milo and three furlongs , all jigoa , Clarence won ,
It Moron second , Kay Miller third ; time
:3flJ. : Hovon furlongs , threc-year.olds soiling ,
Valley Forgo won , Nororn. second j timalBl : ? .
Milo and n half , six hurolcB , fioor o McCuN
lough won , Puwneo Becond , Bally third , time
No ChioaRO Journalism for Car ) .
NRW Yoitic , October 23. Carl Schurz do-
nicjf the report thut his friends In Chicago are
taking flops townrd purchasing a newspaper
there , of which ho WIM to astinno lontrol.
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
, $1OOO. Given
Ifalum or any Injurious substances can bo found
111 Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Jn pos-
rccefvedTrom such chemists asH , lana Hays , Boston -
ton ; M. Ielafontuln ( > _ , of Chicago ; and GuBtavua
Jloile , Mlluatikce. Never sold In bulk.
23 Lake fct. 287 , W ) & 291 1Vatcr : . St,1
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