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'HE ' OMAHA
FIFTEENTH YEAlt , OMAHA , MOXDAY MORNING , NOVEMBER HO , 1S33. NUMBER 1H7.
HIS HOME A SHROUDED CITY ,
Arrangements Completed for the Funeral of
Vice President Hendrhks ,
THE BODY LYING IN STATE.
IndlunnpollV Sabbath a ! ) ny or Sor-
i-ow Viewing tlin HcmnliM I'rcR *
Illcnt CIcMclnml Decides to
Kcmnin nt. Home.
Preparations fur II mlrlcJts' Fnner.il
I.vniA.VAi'DMs NV v..K Arrangements
forthefuner.il of Vice l'n Uent llendricks
are about co.nplotu : in 1 the ordarot ths pro
cession has been di-tcrmlned upon ns ful-
'Mounted ami Unmounted 1'otlcc.
.Military Iliiinl from Columbus Barrack .
General Knelter , Mar-dial ot the Day , and
Adjutant ( ieneral Konnl/ mid Staff.
llfnrsoaiiiHimirih at Honor.
Mi.- * . Ht'iidrleks and Family.
I'leildeiitof the rnlti-dhtatesand Members
of the Cabinet.
Kx-1'rosidcnt Ilajc ? .
Judge * of ( lie | Tnlt < > d .states Couit.
United .Statfs'cnatoM. .
Member * of the Hoiist ) of Kepre entatlves.
( lovcmoM of SUitpqultli Stairs.
Cl\lc Organl/atlou" .
Mayor * of Cities and O.llcor ? : .
Members ot City Councils and Other Muni
Citizens In Carnages
The line of march will b froin the church
thioiigh HID principal stunts of thu cil > to
Ull ! reillt'tlTV.
At lleiidrlcks' residence this morning thcro
vere a larcti nimilh'rot callers and thu ustul
eiiilous crowds In front. Mrllendilcks Is
inii''li lofivshed this in irniii- : after n good
iiMil'H ic4t. Tin1 burial c.Hki't arrived IhU
morning. 11 Is of the satin1 pattern as ( Jen.
( Jrants and wry richly and elab
orately mounted with solid sil
ver , with Muled white satin lln-
inir. On tlie he.uf cap Is u silver hrlno
jilato bearing in old English letters the words
Thomas A. Ilt'iidricks. " The body was
placed In the casket shortly after noon and
then removed down -Hairs to the parlor where
It will temalu until to-morrow , wnon It will
be taken to the court house to lie in state.
Thu face of the de.uj man pn'nts a tvm.irk- .
ahlv mitunil apiieaniiie * ' . This morning It.
Jl.rarks , sculptor , took a piaster cask ot
the face and succeeded in seeming a very line
Impulsion , from which hu will model n mar
ble bust for thu family.
Only Intimate Irlcodsof the family were
admitted to the parlor this atteriioon and to
night the houMj. was closed rntiielj toeallers.
'I his evpuiiiirteh'iiiam- - 'iit out by Mrs.
Jlcndilcksand Hon. O-rar H. lloid , llen
dricks' law paitner and cl. alt man ot Ihoooin-
mlltceon airatiLciiicnts : to 1'ie-iilent Cleve
land , savin : : that vvhllt- they tvould bo gratl-
tied at his attendance ids failure to come at
the picM-nt coiiiiitioii ot alfaiis Mould not b'
consldcicd atall disrespectful. The under
standing heic Is that PrcMilent Cleveland ,
llnis lelievcd of tlie cmb.irrasmcut of staying
away , will not come. Ur. Thompson , who
ai tended I Icndrlcks niakcs a formal denial
thin evening that the vice president was sub
jected to blccdiui : . This N in answer to a
published charge that llendricks had only ail
acute pain In the stmnnch and was bled to
death tlnough thcMiipiditv of his ph > siclans.
I.vniAXAi'oi.is , Xov.J. . UnlloimiHl sol-
illeis l < cpt up a lonely wat'Oi all last night In
front ol llns residence of th * late vine presi
dent. K.irlv this morning an almost Impav-
alilt ! crowd gathered In the vicinity ol the
home , mid Mon reached tor blocks away in
nil directions. The lire belllept ; tin their
lolling. The usual lellgious observances of
.Sunday wens for n gn-ater part unattended.
From the family i evidence to the court hou-e ,
where the body now lies in stale. sidewalks.
windows. and even roofs , were nlled with pee
ple. Kvery building along the line of
march was heavily
T.ie procession from the house reached tlm
court hoti < e at 11H' : ) a. in. The magnificent
structure ino-ented ,1 striking app'-aranei1. '
Thueiitliv front \\asco\vred with olaek. and
the maibltf columns onelrcled with > tieuurs
of black and white and the national coior > .
I'tider the lotimda directly In the ceiitit ! of
the Imlldini ; stands the catafalque. At the
entr.ince and on all sldei are rare and btrik-
IUK plants , i-o that the.sttiictiin eems to have
been built In a iM-autiful conservaioiy , 1)1-
iwtiy at the head of the cotlin is a
very elaborate ollerimr sent by I'.itrick
JvKan , picsldunt of tlie Irish National
IIMUIIO of America. On the eollln tests a
biokeu fravpl. Tlie body ih arrayed In even-
In , : dret-- . and the lifts like feature * bear a
look of tjiik't relief. V Hpl | ° wl'l'l > n > c > - arily
obliged to taku only a bun led ti.ince , thu
jin'sMini bcln " < o great that alwmt ulclity
viewed the remains every in nnte. More
than 1,0 * > pcoons passed alonsitle the eollln
ilui'Ine thN afternoon.
I.NDiAN.vi'iii.is Xov. 20. At mldnkht the
building waselOM' < l for the night. Probably
fiO.OOO people hail viewed the lemalns. Mrs.
llendiiekshavlncexiires'-ed atleslro to visit
the court house , the < loon > \\eru closed to the
public lor a few moments about 9 p. m.
J veryhody , musicians , un.iids and oiUcors.
lethcdfrom the corridor. Mr.s. llendricks
\\ilh .Inline Holman eame in a cairia u and
\\ere admitted bv a iirlvpto entrance. Her
1 ace Mwwt'd evidences of weeping , but she
bou : hrrM'lfIth much eomposuie. giving
aay to her emotions only onceMrs. . Jlen-
tlrlcks irnzeil imii ami h\ed on the face of her
husband , ami was then gently led away.
The President will not Attend.
AVAMU.vrn ox , Xov. ' > . The president
this afternoon determined not to nuke the
trip to IndUinaitolIs. To a repiescntatlvo of
the associated PRNS ho said : "In the Hrst
moment of the shock of llendilck's death 1
yielded to my Inclination and declared my
Intention to be piescnt at the funeral. Of
course , In reaching that conclusion 1 did not
put out of view a | > wemptory prexs of public
liuihii'V ) or what 1 themed sufllclcnt consid
eration ot my duty to the iKMple 1'ub-
llc biisine , 1 thought 1 could ilNK)5o ) of by
additional application and more hours of
work , and I considered It my duty to the people
ple to answer a temlftr sentiment of ixsjH'ct
mid auVclloii to the dead \ico pieilJent ,
illicit does them great honor , lam satisfied
now that 1 was at fault In considering the
tpip'tlo ) ) , . | ) i | hal 1 did not lake ns compre
hension n vlmv of the duty I ewe the public
as I shonldvtlnt Is , 1 did not look nt every
phase of It , and I am atniid my Mroiu , ' perM -
M > nal ileniru somehalclouded my judgment.
Jam now icmlnded by omoof the bent ami
mot patriotic and thoughtful of our cHlzens
that the ii'.il ami solemn duties of my olllco
unt at thu national capital , and that In the
piocnt peculiar and delicate Mtuallon 1
nii lit not to take e\ei a remold chauco of aiv
chlent Incident to travel to gratify a senti
ment M > ueneral and MI churactci hue as that
Involved In thU subject. 1 have been pro-
lonndly impres > cd by these considerations ,
but mout of all InUucnccd by their strong :
and unanimous jiivsentatlon by devoted
friend * of the late vice president lit Ing In his
Male and city , and their endorsement bv the
nohlo tiud p.itilotle woman who In the In-
llnito sorrow of her whlowhooU letlccts
the spirit and character of her honored hu > -
b.ul In her solicitude for public K < > < > d. I am
now cci tain that neither my desire , nor senti
ment ruft-rred lo , nonlillleiiltly that attends
In this case a change of tleilKii , nor any stub
born Idea of herobm will justify mo in sub-
jix'iim , ' thu country to any Kicnier chance of
disaster than attcniLs n\y \ ( icrformancu of
Ftilct duty hen * , ami that 1 oiiirht not ( o In
flict upon my countrymen eun uurxst ami
anxiety attending my dcp.utme , nb enco and
return In nttcndancu ujs.ui the tunoral cero-
Chlnctiu I'ii'atiM on Hoard.
SAX KIIA.NOISCO , Xov. J9 , Xows was re
ceived yott'nlay that the hti-amcrOiojhound ,
trading bet\\con Jlon Kong and 1'okltol ,
was looted by forty apiwrently Inticwnt i'hl-
Jiesc iKibHiiiKi'iv , who M-attfnsI ever tho\e > -
M-l nud Miclilcnly oix-'iicd nruvlth ivvolvers.
The plunder h valui'd at OUT * U , uoy. bl\
iilr.itcs have been eaptua'd. Thej svlll bo
Wyniorc Bnlt.nhly Cclelratr < Her
> lptro ) > olltan I in prove men t.
Wviioni ; , Xeb. , Xov. 2J. [ Special to the
JEE.J The Btrwt railway connecting \Vy-
moreanJ Blue Springs was formnlly opcm.1- !
nttlie comtiany's liendiuartcrs to-day at 11
a. m. . The ceremonies Mpm the occasion were
attended by prominent citizens of both
clde ? , nnd con l t il largely of "tpppohos and
l > eccli maklnif.
Among the U'ymorlans who wore convey
ed to the meeting on the trial trip of the
company's elegant new car No. 3cre to be
noticed the following : H. Uurch , J. II. Aku ,
J. U. Wler.T. Hycrs. R. W. Latlln.Dr. Glvln ,
It. Mv cy , .Saimi" ! Wymore. Mr. HitopsJ.
K. H.ues , A. It. Kelm , Captain K. lln > ford ,
K. A. Winter. M. Morrl-on. Contractor Hew
itt and Kn lnerr Hilton , The lilue .S primes
dehwatlon ivaclit'd the place of uieetlnc by
another of the new line s .splendid car * , Xo.
1 , al o courteously provided by thu company
fortholraiiiportatfon of the party , and they
were : A. Mel.eod. J. C. U'llflams. .1. U .
Itlco. .1. U. BnyikT , A. O. U. Castle. C. K. O-- !
born , \V. ( \ Illll. W. ( J. Itistc , K. II. Hur-
ritiL'ton.V. . M. iipc'llman. li. .1. lioderick , T.
F. Uurch , Win. Cralfe' , Win. lleibert and .1.
The meetin ? , presided oxer by R. W. If -
lln , xvasxery airntMbly adilrtisvdby Samuel
Wymore , b. Itnrch and Mayor hatlln , of
Wymoie ; by MesiM. Uurk and Cattle , of
Hluo aprniKS. and by E.I' . Reynolds , the
company's --ecretary " ami treasurer. Thu
line , which Is well o < ] iilpi edvith the best
modern Improvements , is two and threo-
lourths mllej In length , and its completion
matk an Important epoch In tlm prospcums
history of O.ue county's future mctro | > olls.
Out"lde of Omaha and Lincoln this Is the
only sticetcar line In operation in the state.
Frcili Hai % on Toast.
Exnir.n , Xeb. , Xov. ' " .i. [ Special to the
BKH.J Friday evening there was consider
able excitement created by a il ht between
two roughs from the country , Gene 1'ry and
Tom McC'loiul , which ended In McCIond
tearing Fry's ear completely off. It was
the last night of the Catholiu fair , and all the
touyhcat characters In this and York county
were present. MeClond grappled with Fry
at the door of the hall , and after some pre
liminaries overpovveivd him and they fell ,
MeOloud having his opponent's ear be
tween Ids teeth. Ho placed one- hand on
each sld. ' of Fry's head , and pulling back by
mam force tore the ear completely off by the
roots. They fought for live or ten minuted
more , when -Cloud In np-'d and ran.
Dining the ililit IriemH of both parties
stood bv with drawn revolvers , and when
the marshal attempted to piri them , ho
was forced back with a revolver at each side
of his head. Until McCIond started to run It
was not known that Fry had suuVied any In
jury , as he made no outcry , and when it was
noticed twenty-live or thirty of hl.s fil n Is
-tailed in pursuit of him , alt helng armed mid
bent on revenge. Had he been lound he
would have received rough treatment , as there
ueie threats of Ijnchin , ' . It K just learned
that McCloud lias skipped for Co.ora.lo , from
where he came \\eek ago. He is u cowboy.
A Sriirdcrcr Kecaiiturcil.
CITV , Xeb. , Xov. 29. Special
to the UKI : . ] Word has just reached here
that Mart Hall , charged with the murder of
a-youm ; man by the name of Xorval , at Xorth
Aulmin , n year ago laat Fourth of July by
striking him over the head with a billiard
cm * in , llm Mi Coy's aloon , and who has been
n fugitive from justicesineo last .lauuary ,
having foifeit > - < l liU bail , surreuileied himself
to-day to tjherilf Kowier. Halloas got out
jail In this city , where ho had been temporarily
arily coiuincd on a writ of habeas corpus ,
and admitted to bail last January
Tlih'ty-Pix-o Days AHleep ,
COI.VMIIUS , Xeb. , Xov. 'J9. [ Special to the
Hni : . ] Thu condition of Miss Minnie Dish-
ner seems to be little changed. At times she
5hows more signs of animation by moving In
bed , then she resumes her former sleeping
condition. Sim has taken nounsiiment more
finely iliirln the Ja.st few days. This Is about
the thiity-ntth day of her cataleptic .sleep.
Her physician , Ur. Evans , is comment of her
A Dock Hunter's .Mishap.
CuMTMiiUd , Xeb. , Xov. 29. [ Special to the
Br.E. ] John Gallen , an old citizen of Platte
county , who lives eight miles northeast of
Columbus , while hunting ducks yesterday ac
cidentally discharged his gun , the shot tak-
inir eirect in his riu'ht hand hhattering it so
bidly that it was amputated. He Is getting
Sued for JfnllclouH Prosecution.
XUHIIASKA CITV , Xeb. , Xov. K > . [ Special
to the Run. I J. L. French , of this city , com
menced suit yesterday against the Singer
Sowing Machine company in tic ! sum of S'iv
000 for malicious pro-ecntioii , having been
charged by them with embezzlement , and
yesterday havimr received an honorable ac
A SiiocosHful Church Fair.
EXITIH : , Xeb. , Xov. SO. [ Special to the
BKK. ] The Cathollcfalr , jti-t , closed , netted
the church at this place over 51,100 for the
The Striking Coal 'Minors.
PiTTS-nuno , Xov. Si The situation of the
coal miners' troubles In the Monongahela val
ley Is as follows : Last night the sheriffs of
Washington and Fayetto comities had massed
their forces at the fourth pool , had guards
placed In and around each mine , and notllicd
thu btilkers that any attempt at violence
this morning would be promptly and vigor
ously met. The strikers , on reviewing the
situation , became alarmed , and during thu
early hours of the morning came down from
their hiding places , scaled the hills ,
and inndo for their homes
on foot. Recruiting paitles weio
notllird to proceed no further. The work
men in the loin Ih pool aio Intimidated , and
none attempted to go to work to-day. They
all , however , have promised to leturn to
woik Monday. At Pine Ittin about ono hun
dred miners gathered about tha mine.- ) there
to Induce the woi leers to quit work , but no
violeneo was n-eiL Robert MeClure , of the
Iron and coal | > olicc , N in the city. Ho snvs
tlm names ot seventj-lno or eighty of the
pi I neliKil raiders are Known , ami they will
piobably bo arre tul sooa on the ehargo of
Tha Hammond Contract.
Cinc.voo , Xov.3Siwclal [ to the OKI : . ]
ThohopesentertaliKslihat the acception by
the St. I'aul of the piopoied compiomise
tioublo about the dressed beef rate fiotn
Omaha to Chicago under the Hammond con
tract would restore haimonlous relations be
tween the various toads in the western
ficight iVoiH-Iatljii , have not been realized.
Xowthe Rook Island and Xorthwestern re-
lu es to abide bv the compromUu agieed to
by the 'Milwaiikeo and St. I'.iul and insist
upon thu tatter's reporting at tlie full tariff.
'I ho ftvllng U very nltter and railroad men ,
Mlevlug that thu St. I'aul will not yield , are
of the opinion that n general breafc in rales
will shortly follow.
Weather For To-Day.
UITKII Mifsissii-i'i Cloudy weather , local
rains In northern portion , no decided chance
In temj mture , variable winds , generally
Mis Dfiii VAJ.I.UV Increasing cloudiness ,
liKjil wins , variable winds , generally north-
wustciy , ttodechlwJ change In temperature.
in houthern portion slightly colder ,
Tlio McCullougli l taio.
DCI.i'lIli , XOV. W. LcttcTa Of ml
ministration were granted ycslerduy ujxin the
estate of John MeCnlloudi. the actor , to
KimranlMi the Trust anil Safu DeiKwit com
pany. The pioiR'Hy is valui'd at siVCS , of
ul I'-h m M ) N In iieraonul cifcou. Mr. Mo
Cml'ni ' 4 died Intestate.
TO BOOZE OR NOT TO BOOZE
Th&t is the Question Sorely -Agilatiug Onr
Sister Commonwealth ,
SCHEME OF THE RIVER CITIES.
A Convontloo of Delegates From the
I.endlna tunlolpalltlcH Ci'llnd to
Consider the Prohibitory
Jnnibo Iowa Speclnls.
The Tjlquor Qiiontlon In Inwn.
DCS MOI.MIH , Iowa , Xov. 'Jit. [ Sixvinl to the
llriK ] The Investigations into the working of
hlich license and prohibition in NVbra-ki ; and
Kansas , uhlch Senator Suttou , ( republlutn )
of Maishalltown , has been making , ha\o ex
cited a great deal of comment throughout the
state. Some of the democratic papers think
they see In this n movement to repeal prohi
bition , led by Senator Sutton. Hut \\lille the
senator hns boon thoroughly iuipiesscd with
the desirability of a local option law , and no
doubt hoKs in time to ice such a law In
force here , yet ho will not take any position
to compromise the partv , nor will lie with
draw from It his support , whatever attitude it
may think wisest and be. t to assume this win
ter. The question of prohibition seems to
be uppermost In the minds of
all classes of citizens , and various
scheme- ? are proposed for modltyinc , with
stiemtth or weakness , the prevent law. In
the river cities there seems to be a leelln
that If concerted action were employed , some
ji.an for permitting towns , when ; the prohib
itory law is entiiely inojieratlve , to license the
sale of liquor comd bo adopted. To this end
the mayor of Kcokuk , proposed a confer
ence of the mayors of the leading eitlesot the
state , wilting to them the following letter :
Un.vu Sin : Believing that there l-i a desire
on the part of a large majority ol the citizens
ol our lar.ro towns that our coming leghia-
ture should eimct some mea'-uie which wid
jrhecitiesan opportunity to couliol the sale
of Intoxicating liquors within their corporate
limits , a suggestion has been nude to mu
which I believe , at least , uoithy ot considera
tion. It Is this : That a conference bo held
by the mayors or other representatives of our
larger cities atsome convenient place during
tut ; month of December to decide upon a
measure to recommend. Lot tlie conference
be entirely non-partisan anil outside of poli
tics. My idea ot a law that could bo the
easiest pa > ed would be to amend , not repeal ,
the pre-ent law , by giving cities of a ceitan
class , say nrstor second cla s. the authority
to licence , rcgu ate and piohibit the sale and
manufacture of Intoxicating liquors witnin
their Hunts ; no licen-e can bo imposed ex
cept upon the paj nwnt of a licence lee of not
lt ! > s than dollars. [ To be agreed
upon. ] If I could get the uuvors of Des
Monies Council Ululfs. Sioux City , Davenport -
port , Luhit ) < iuc , and other towns , to join me
in a call of that kind. 1 would Issue the call.
\Vhatdoyou think ot it ?
In acooidance with the above reoue , t the
follow Ing is to be sent to-morrow by the
majors of Keokuk. Hurlinirton , Dubmiue ,
Omiinwa , Council Ulutfsand Sioux City , ad
dressed to the m lyorsof all cities 01 l.tWJ and
more population :
To mi : MAVOII : Hcllcving that theie Is
a genernt desne on tlu * part of the eiti/ens of
our larger towns that me eusuin , ' legislature
should enact uh measures as will give
municipalities , under the proper regulations ,
tlie right to regulate , licentu , or prohibit thu
sale and manutacturc of Intoxicating liquors
within their municipal limits , and Outlier
beliovinu that such legislation won d be in
the interest of temperance , good government
and tlie welfare ot thu law-abiding- i > eop.o
of such communities nnd also bdllevln that
united action on the part of our larger cities
uomd be more potent than individual
efforts , you are thereloie invited , with such
other representatives a.s your city may desire
to send , to participate In a non-i > olitical conference -
ferenco or convention , to Iw held by all the
cities in the state ot Iowa having a popula
tion ol4OOJoro\er , according to the census
of ISM , on the lUtli day ot December , IssV at
the city council rooms in the city of Ues
Moines , Iowa , at 10 a. m. , such conference or
convention to be held for the pin pose of dls-
cu--Ing the relief needed and agreeing upon
Mich measures as It mav IKJ desirable to have
the legislature enact. JJ incwith you statis
tics showing the piacticaleflectol the prohib
itory law In your city.
It is imito likely that the mayors of all the
cities or neatly nil thu cities rulein.il to , would
approve ot the plan. Hut thu dlltictilty Is that
they all repie-ent the majority In the next
legislature , and stand no chance whatever of
having their plans carried out. While the
river towns seem to think from their own
immediate observation that the prohibitory
lav , Is a failure , the interior ot the state point
to the large republican gain in the legis.ature
and Insist that this is proof that the peonlc
want no change In the law at present ami de
mand that It be given a talr trial butore it U
repealed or materially altered.
The members ot the ( i. A , K. In Iowa liuvo
started out with the Intention of raisin t
$ UW.OOO , and asking the legislature to add
as ii.uch more for the purpose of erecting an
appioiiriato monument to (5eneral ( ( Srant ,
probably hero at the capital. It has rece.itly
been suggested that Instead of putting S'JOO-
000 into a monument of granite or marble
that the sum be used fur a soldiers' home tor
disabled soldiers here In Iowa. The Idea is
meeting with some favor , and It is not un
likely that In the near future a soldiers' homo
will be built In this state , If not In the way
ed then as a separate enteiprise. In
ict , the platform of the republican party this
year recommends that the legislature make a
suitable appropriation tor"sueh a home.
There are a large number of old soldiers In
Iowa who need and would enjoy the benefits
of such an institution. Then ; is no national
soldiers' home nearer than Lcavcnwonli ,
Kan. , or Milwaukee , \\'is. , and a sultatjio
homo for the disabled veterans of ihK state
is very much needed hero In Iowa. It-will
nrobably bo built before verv Ions. , and It is
not unlikely that thu coming legislature will
The public. Improvements in Des Molnes
have gone on at a rapid rate tills year. U Is
not unlikely that the statistics at the close of
the year will show a larger MIIII expended In
building , roiiotrtii'tlon of public works and
other Improvements tlnn n is been spunt lor
years. The new Lociiit street Inldgo
across the Ues Molnes ri\er Is
now open for foot travel , and
will soon bo completed. This makes
the seventh brldgn sp.ining that river In this
city , and tlie Sixth htreet biidge , just in tm :
bubutbs. makes the eighth. These new bridges
greatly Increase the facilities lor travel , and
hell ) the city's growth.
'I he government building on which an ap
propriation of nearly S-.W.OU ) Is being ex-
bended in repairs , looks liken venerable ruin.
The walls are only standing as high as thu
second Mory , and are now about ready for the
additions that are to Iw made to them. For
lack of a better place the stars and snipes
ban ? at half mast In honor of the dead vlco
president , from one of the tackle Ivams that
mo leaned over the dismantled walls of thu
only federal building in ! ' > city ,
Hculdcd l > y a Boiler Explosion.
McOKKCon , Iowa , Xov. 'JO. [ Social to the
Jlii : . J The boiler In a steam packing house
here exploded Saturday morning , and fatally
K-alded two men and Injuied another. Ed-
waid Chamberlain , formeily of Council
niutfs , tiled from the effects yesterday morn
ing , and Hiram Jiarker , son of a tanner and
a member of the M-iregor ( drum corjis , last
nkht. Henry Schloub was blown thiough a
window but will recover. The explosion was
caused by a defective hand hole.
Three Men Hurled Allvo.
Snxftiow.v , Tex. , Xov. SV. Yesterday
morning six woikmcn entered a vacant
house four miles north of here , used by bcc-
tlon men us a rain house. It was built of ties
with earth roof , The men built a tire and
went to sleep. The posU supporting the
structure caught tire and the building turn
bled In , killing tttri'o of the men outright and
sciiniiily liijuiiug the other three. Thu kill
l were. Win. 1/iudcll , of Carbon , Ind , ; C *
W. Ford , of Anbiiin , X. V. . ami a , man
whoNi Identity eou.d not
other three \\111 leaner.
A N O.A f.V 1 1 A UDV 1J It O WX nil.
Wnrreti \ntcoOoes Down With Ills
Hont lit tlie Hound.
Xr.w H.VVKV , Nov ; $ . [ Special to the
HCE. ] Warren Samuel Tates. Vale ' * * . resi
dent of Omaha , Xeb ! ; waft diiven out Into
I/on ? Island sound In Ids ducking btat ,
Thursday , from the oufcr Thi.nblo Island
end is supi > o-ie < t to have been chilled to d ' ith
or dmtttiMl. Thlsisthp.seeoiid violent deith
nt Vale tlnco the beginning of the college
year. Yutes and Victor Brush Caldwell ,
were fast friends and both c.iuu front tlu
same plae and both Httvl with CildwelPs
mother at Xo. 4 * U'nll street In tlih city.
They wen. to Thlinldes on Wednesday
night. Thm day mornlmc the young men-
were up brisht nnd curly with their sum an d
game bass for n day's sport. The wind
was blowing fresh from tlie north directly off
the shore. U freshened steadily anl , know-
lug that the young inih werelna.xpericne l
boatmen some old hands w.une.l them about
going too far froai ijio shore. They Inul
scaively gene off , however , before the wind
increased to a tralo and rendered bjth men
powerless Caldwell stceied his boat to some
rock on the edge of Uio Thimbles and min-
aged to leap out as his bo it drove fast. Vales
lost out ) of Ids Oars nnd was last
seen gesticulating for help as Ids boat
drove out of sight. ] Caldwell was resc icJ
about noon and at once telegraphed to varl
ous ports of Lmg tslliid. -wiving nore-
ply , hu started Thurklay nigiit for I'ort
Jelfei-son , In the hojielof liiiding so-aie tracs
of his friend. It Is s.ud tint th' ' ! m man-it
have been chilled to jdeath before he went
away aero-s the sound : even If his boat was
not capsized. There is a possibility tint lu
may have been picked jup by a ilsliin. ? ves-tjl
bat it is more than prau ible that he has per
Xiw IlAvnv , Xov.,23. f Associated I'ress. ]
Warren ft. Yate.s. son of Henry W. Vates
of the Xebraska Xational bank of Omaha ,
and member of the Vale junior < -ass | , was
blown out to MSI in an op.-u boat while duck
hunting , and has undoubtedly been drowned.
His classmate , Victor 1 ! . Caldwell , aNo of
Omaha , sii.'ce.-ded in lamliiion a rock ,
fiom which he was reseiletl. T.iore ; u > a
tierce gale nnd heavy sea.
I'OKT . | IKFF.KSCXov. : . 2S. Thcbouv of
Warren S. Yiite . ofOuu'ia.the Vale'-taJjnt
blown to sea while duck huntlnir. w-is found
on tholjeach at Halting liirojr tins moining.
CUAXV OX COCAIXE.
A Chicago Physician Goes Desperate
ly Jfiul Over Ills Hiihhy.
CHICAGO , Xov. ' "A [ Special to the Hr.i.J
Ka.st niglit acjirriage drove up to the U 'ar-
born avenue entrance of the criiuinit court
building , and from U emerged Ur. Charles
Uradley of 'M Uush strevL accompanied by
some friends , who took him before Judge
Prendergast. The Insane cases propjr had
been disposed of. and thu roam WAS ulmu-t
clear of the usual crowd of curious specta
tors. There A\as no juriyand the alf.iir was
conducted us ( jnietlv 111 'possible. It WH
shown that Ur. iJradley , wu ; is a pro n.njiit
physician , had beo.i au.llctjd to tlie u j ol !
cocaine to siii i an uxtentius to ren IT him
pnictlciilly imane. Toe htoiyy.i > told the
doctor ha 1 nnd jr its lull wuje p * rfor n ) I e\-
neiiment.s on his family that have uia.lu
them physical wrecks. Hi * claim wa.s that he
coald inject the hvilrochlorlde without pain ,
and remove the lle-h wjtliout Injury to the
patient. He injectcd-souiu ot it into his
on arm , and then wit\ ! red hot Iron barncd
It out without tlincbiug. Some muio or
it ho injected into the wrist of his
! 5-j ear-old child , anl ; thisn with a knife cut
out the llesli , the littje one apparently suffer
ing no p lin. He iiiud tlia drag promiscuous
ly in the tainllv , mid beutmu h'inlf a slave
to it , until In a little time his practice tell
awavaud his fnm iy was reduce 1 to want.
Under the influence of tie stu.f lie claimed
he would revolutionizj medicine and that
the world won't ! recognize in him a benefac
tor. He became a fauatle on the subject. He
mortaged all he ioss.sed ) to purchase his
favorite study. His wife an Invalid an I his
live children ruined in health , their condition
was heartrending in the extreme. Tun f T-
nituru In tha house Is in thu hands of the
The scene in the court room was dramatic.
The poor victim seemed to realize his situa
tion. Suddenly raising hid voice to a high
pitch and running up to the court
nnd placing his hands on tne
judaro's shoulder , he cried : "My Oed
almighty ! you will kill my wife as sure as
there is a UoJ In heaven. I ask you as a
man , judge , to try the twaine , and if I am
wrong then do with ma as you will. " Ur.
Wadihvorth tc-tiiiett that he believed the man
Insane fiom thence of eoeilne ; he thoiuht
Ur. Bradley should he connned In an Institu
tion ; that he oclletcd him ahopele-is ca-c of
insanity , but as an experiment suggested that
he be sent to the Wa-shin Etonian home , where
his c.T-e ean be closely watched. It was so
ordered. Hradley comuu-nced thu habit
about last Mav " , and It has grown on him
gradually until" IN culmination in the ruin of
seven people. Threa of the children were
sent to St. Vincent's hospital , and Ids wife
ami the rem lining two children to St.
JosCDh's. "It is considered doubtful whether
any of them will recover.
The Opera Season In New York.
XEW VoiiK , Xov. ii Mapleson's opera
.season closed last night , tluec weeks earlier
than tirst announced. The directors of the
Academy of Music .state tint he did not sl n
a lf.i > u ami had not paid them , ami for thesj
and other reasons lie was aKed to le.uv.
Both Maple m and the directors , however.
insist tnat everjthlng Is harmonious , anil
Mapleson s.iyshe was willhu 10 nay rent for
the Academy , althoiuh he never had before ,
ami to sign a lea c if lie had b.'cn given jirop-
er opportunities to reuearse new operas.
To a World reporter he said last night :
"Thu iitmo-t har.iionv prevails between
the directors ami nil ? . Two weeks ago I no-
tliietl them that I sliould tt-in | > uraniy withdraw -
draw trout thu lield at tlu end of this week.
I simply could not nght a battle with nil Wall
stieet , which Is bent on importing < ! ermaii
oi er.i now. I propose to tafto tBo piihliu as 1
nnd it. J shalfmova my lorces to n sue di.s-
tance , nnd watch the co.nbat Iwtwwn tno
Cennans and Americans. When ono in
Moored 1 shall come back und whip the con
queror. " j
A Murderous Assault ,
PiTTsT.imo , Xov. 2S-rThis morning about
1 o'clock , Samuel liritmin , acctibtomed of
late to sleep In the ofllcu of his son , P. C.
Drittaln , a wdl-knoxvn coal operater in the
l'ast end , was awakcuefl from sleep by a
strange man near the bettjvho had n revolver -
ver pointed at the old 'mail's head. Mr. Itrlt-
tal n asked v hat wajj'wame'd , when the other
hied , the bullet atriljliij Sir. HrltUln in the
forehead but glanced , , anil produced
but a slightijund. . Thu luo
men then grajijileU witU "eich other , when
another shot was hrcd , nirllilng Mr , llritlaln
In the arm. Ho fell and became insensible ,
but was arou-cd later by the tin ! burning him.
He dIseoM.-ied his bid was In tlamw , and lia
managed to throw hU btUf lollies out of the
window. This morning when the otllce uas
ojened ho was found lying on theiloorlna
pool of bhxMi , unconscious. The affair U a
myftery. Xo cans j for the assault Is known.
Mr. Urlttalu waiTOycainyf age.
Three Tralun in a Ifoap.
LOVISVIIXC , Xov. SS. A delayed loca
freight train stopped on the main track Just
beyond Pewee valley thia morning and was
run Into by n through freight , which Ictt hereabout
about 7 : oo o'clock. Su\vral caw were tele
scoped. The engineer and fireman t's-
capd oy jumping , ' JJefore woul could
leach tl'o ' u arcst station the
Larango ( ! morning ijiassenger twin came
rapidly around the curve und run Into thu
front of Um local freight iletnohshlng both
engines. Thot-nginetr * and nreimn saved
themselves by jumping and noneoftho ju.v
sengerji were injured. Tlie ears and eniiines
are piled upon tlie rul 4iid all trains are
THE WEEK ON WALL STREET
Our Spouial Reauma of Pivo Diys'
on the American Bours3.
JAY GOULD JOINS THE RETIRED ,
The Uallroiid King .Makes iris ( tegular
Announcement that Ho I" Out
of the .Market The Street
In Suspense ,
Hc\ew ! of the Stock Market.
Knw VOIIK , N'ov.-.u [ Sinvial totlioUr.c. ]
The past week has brought little change
In the cpbtiii commercial situation In
general business as compared with recent
weeks. The dry goods trudc in particular Is
heavy and inactive. The stock market Is
very mum as if tired. It opened with some
thing of a break all aloiu the INt. Then for
the urst time in many weeks the bear paity
come oj > enly to the liontand sohl stocks.
Tlu-y commenced pretty rapidly. Outside
parties were scaled , and threw over a good
sharoof their holdingsso when the break
was greatest , some of the mo t active stocks
s.itfered a decline of live ixjlnts. The bull
leaders , however , were eimal to the emer
gency. It is probable they are willing to let
the market sell off a little , bat It must be In a
gradual and easy way. auddon breaks III
the mirki'l built upon h'VM of what the
ral nails are going to eirn. and with Mtwk > i
largely 111 the ban Is of the publle easily
fiiirhteued , are not alwa > sai'e thinns to
handle U tlu-y atUun too much he d\\a > .
OnWeilue-tliv thure was uccoidin ly u
fieo ili-tiitHitiou of Imyiiii : ord.-r , pie uma-
hly cmcnntlntr Irom thusimi1 bull | eels which
Inaugurated the cimp.iUn for a il-e. In lir-
street , It was given out that Vandcrtillt him
self was supporting the market. Anvhow ,
thiius wereiiine ly hu-u to the old position
and short-walsUvl b.ars skipped to cover as
ijuieklv as the'coulil. TUP piibliu. were re
assured ami the fact poiut.-d oat that the
Baltimore it Oalo's conditional siiiiature to
tlie trunk lin j co up.ict applied only to the
passenger pool , and in no wiy aft'.vied tlie
ireight tlepaitiiieut of the trunk lin iijuv-
meiit. As to the Injunction in tlieVe > t
Shore case , the nuhlic was ieas ure < l that it
ready amounted to not.ung , and wu * in tact
a stock joimingdevice Tiieamouutof moiiej
involved w.i.s too small to stand in the way
of millions of capital bound in the subject of
tlie West Shore deal , and even it the parties
should move o'iMlnato an I the injunction
iimdt ! rn'murnMlt , it w.iniil b evaded some
way. This sort of argument b.-lug in reality
very sensible in its w iy , h id good effect , and
joined to the liberal support given to the
mafket , ( nought prices ba.-k to the point at
whieh they w\'ie beiore tht ; break b.-rau. and
litnltl the iiiarketoverTiiank giving in very
What tiic- hulls did not explain , however ,
was wiire the roa.ls were to sei tlic oMiava-
gaut eirniius ne-e-'ary t < i in-tii'y tlie huh
prices atshicli tlijy are selling Of course
theie is agreit im irive n-nt in tlm returns
since rates went I ) mk to a pa ing basis , but
they have not d. ) u mstratcd that h isiness
lias increased ion point that thay will earn
dividends yet. r'or instance. Lake Sliore
It has bjen 11,1 to stand Ingier urure- . were
talked for it. Some interesting calculations ,
also , have been put out a'jmit it having
suoivn dm lend-piying eariiiii js in the last
month or so , but In all the nguriiig no one
beeimnl , inclu le tlie Inevitable price woie'i it
nuist p v , and prettv soon , to the Xiekcl-
Tue bre.iic was stojipsd but the public came
back to Wall street fro u Ttiauks ivlnsr in a
tliouglitfulmood. At t ios.ime.timu the beais
are showing tliulr heads ) n a more ostentations
way , and for some lime past the big bears aie
even credited with bavinputom consider i-
ble linei if s lorts. The jieople are cautious
about Inlying , nnd for the p.i t twodavstiiu
market lias sa. ed a id has biien exe 'c.lin ly
dull , transa"tions haviiu dwlmlied doun
to tlimeiislous very much like those of the
inactive matkets last su.inner. It is
risky to siv that thu downward move
ment in prices is at hand. That is what
would undoubtedly occur If the uwiket was
subjected w moral inlliienee.s. Unt there is
no reason to bell.-ve that the combination !
weak ned , or if they chose theycould not put
prices up with as much ea > e as they have
done many times In tl"3 past three months
It is this feeling thai makes speculators
doublv doubtful and gives tlie market to-day
a condition of suspense.
Tim stock exchange linn of W. E. Connor
& Co. , of which Jay Gould Is a special pait
ner , with a capita ! of SWO.OiK ) , and ( ieonrc .1.
( jonhl ncucrai paitner , will lie tlissolved at
the end of thu year , und will not bj renewed ,
Hoth of the -Messrs. ( ioiihl will tormally sever
their relations with Wall street and hereafter
divjte their time and energies pnncipallv to
the management of tincorporations in which
Jayd'ould in most lanrcly IntPiesteil. Con
nor and Morislni will in all probability con
tinue the business togcther.but the foundation
of the new iinu has not yet Iwen eompltted.
In speaking of tlin matter Jay Gould said :
"I have decided to leave Wall street. I have
bi > en down theie twenty-live years , and now
that Lam about W ) I think I am entitled to
retire. Let some younger men take care of
things down then1. So far as the market Is
coaceined 1 hnve been out of it since last
summer. A.s long us 1 stayed down ihere I
was credited with dolir.1 things 1 tlid not do ,
and as I had closed up I thought It be-t to
come away , and I propo-e to rest Fome , and
devote mysclt to the companies I am Inter-
e-t'il In. i'ho linn does not need me , as Con-
no. ' and Morslnl are ilch and have amiilo
capital to continue the business .hist what
arrangements tney made 1 tlo not know , in
fact , I don't think they have completed them
yet. They may continue as specials , taking
in some of the younger men to do the work.
1 ha\o the kindest ieeling.s towaul boih
of them , and they have my tiest good will ,
( icorge will come up here with me ami take
an active part in the management of the
companies in which wo are Intcie-'ted
Missouri J'acitlp. Western Tnlon and Man
hattan. We will do our be-t for the-o proper
ties and let the street do what it likes with
pi ices. They are all doing well now. Mis-
souii 1'aciiic has no lloatlng debt , and has
5MO 000,000 in good securities on hand. The
business of the Manhattan is growing con-
stantly. Although Western Tnion Is doing
business nt le s rates than a jear ugo , it is
making about , as much money , "
As soon as they c.in uet analrs In shape ,
which will probahlo reimlie until Januaiy ,
Gould will go on a four or live months' cruise
In the Atlantic as tnr south ns the Windward
Islands , and possibly to Itlo.
ratal Accident in a Shaft.
MKUIUTT'H COIINCII , X. V. . Xov. 2s. A
terrible accident occurred here early this
morning. While u number of workmen
wire descending the hhaftof the new aque
duct , the guard slidecaujrlit when but a ehort
distance from the stop , throwing out one of
the occupants of the cir , named John Kd-
wauls. In his fall he struck against a bucket
which was coming tip the shall , and which
contained swue.s of workmen. The concus
sion threw John liiuke , Michael Doyle nnd
an Il-illan , name unknown , from the car ,
and they with Kdwar Is tell to tlui bottom of
the shaft.n distance of 150 feet. All weie
killed Instantly except the Italian , nnd hu
sustained Injuries watch will probably piovu
fatal. 11 i.s skull is frrt uvd , II irke leaves
a wlfo and child , lo ) > lo leaves a family in
Ireland. Edwards was , ulso marrkxl and
leaves a wlto and child.
"Wrecks on ( ho North Coast.
QUKitir : , X'ov. 2S , Tlio wrecked steamer
liiooklyn has bcn driven up on the beach.
She U open forwaid and Is brciking aaild-
ships and will probably go to pieces. The
wrecking steamer Karl Dnlferin lies near the
nrooklyn and Is aUo breakln. . It Is likely
that tlm UultViin'n new will be obliged to
wlnteron Atlanl'u Islam ) , asi.is.ttul by lisher-
men. They aie eiwtin a ilw tilling opposite
Iliilllon In Manic.
Xr.w YOIIK , Xov. 2i Hank statement :
Jleservo decrease , givi.ooo. The banks now
hold $27,000,033 In cxc sd of thy le/.il leuulre ,
The Hulgarlnn .Moniircti Classed As n
Ln.vpnv , Xov. i. ' . ( Special to HIP HKI * . ]
Xeverwas a knleldo < coplc transformation
more startling and swift than the change
which has come over the face of affairs In
tlie Halkans. The prince who , jtt t two
months rue , was the object of universal
wrath and scorn in Kuropp.in olllclal circles ,
has become the most livi olc and sti Iking tig-
lilts of the Uay. In September crowned.
heads and diplomatic blewigs were tleb-ttlug
how to make his punlshm drastic and tle-
gnidlng enough sullieicntly to eapslAj him
uiiil warn others. In November the.v uwo
on the ridiculous efforts to c tabl ! h a < a fact
they always * admired him nud Wished him
well. In the meantime IIR is victoriously on-
trenrlied on benian "oil , with the enemy at
his mercy. H Is dllllciilt to dcM-rt ! > e tlio com
pleteness of the Servian collap-e , moral as
well as military. We are bcirinning to learn
now by devious byways that most of the
stories of Servian victories were made out of
wholeelothjthat the soldiers behaved throughout -
out with utter poltroonery where they weienot
live or six , to one ; and that King Milan per
sonally acted consistently tlio pait of
an abject coward. And yet , months
ago , there wns not an authority In
Europe , except Itii'sla , who would not be
ll \c that he would have an easy promenade
to Sophia , and that the itiilgnriaus would lice
like frightened sheep on his approach. Itiuely
Illdeed has so big and gloy a bubble Itecn
ptickedso well. Xot since tiailbaldi's Mes
sina da > < , probably , has Kmope been so
enthusia-tle overall armed heio ns now over
Ale.xaudt r of Dattenbeix' . Perhaps thu citron-
iek's of Ins achievements will dwindle wuen
time ends them , but jn-4 no * they lead like
laics m Hie \ i liable Old. In this era of war-
lain bv long rniiireaitillery ami mancuvring
bv electnc Imtioif. the sK-ctacIe | ot a inon-
inch who n nt.s with Ids own sword in hand-
to-hand battles is mspiriiiirly welcome. Tne
time is at ii.uiil when Alexander will need n
head ot very superior order. lie lias won
unexpected an almost unexampled vlett-
rv , and now mu t solu ; the piohem
o'f keeping the tiuits of it. Au--tr.ii
has responsibilities towaul the wietcln.il
King Milan and ins humi.iated subjects , ami
she iiiu-t protect them Horn the full cotis < } -
uuences 01 their tms.iap. 1'riih-e Alexander
-homd be nble to lestrain hluiH'lt mid recon
cile the natural tlesiie torn complete tilimiph.
With Austnnn necessity eliamploning
fcervia , the w.iv soitldeem clear lor an ar
rangement which would leaHiissla ( abso
lutely ballled and friendles * . Hut if he in-
-iMs on lorcmg the dregs of the cup down
Kin , ' Milan's nnoat , apeacetnl o'utmn may
Iw impossible , and Au tiiaii tioops would
occupy Servia next week. The siumthm is
lealij at its u-ry darkest. It mn > be that the
dawn 01 lignt H near nnd may b.1 devastation
anl huiror are near. It is for Alex uuler and
Ins piote.-tor. Lord Sali-burv , to tleiermiue.
SOFIA. Xov. - ? . KejMirts trom 1'rinco
Alexander * ! ) lie.idqiintti'iN at tlie front , state
that the liil.rariaus ! continue their torw.ud
movement. Aevero battle was fought at
Huotlne , in which the Hulgnriaiis foiced 'he
Seuiaus to ret ire at the poiutot the buoiiet
and cuptuied that to vn. Th" town is occu
pied b ) a loicj or Unitarians and a portion
ot 1'r.nce Alexander's arniv advanced
several Kilometers ijeyoml the town.
SAI.OMI .v , Nov. ii Tiiiki h war prepara
tions cent nnu on a laige scale. Seventy
tlionsuiU tioop.s , . ' , IOJ huiees and 1SJ canons
have been lauded iittiiia poll during the last
tew da\s. Tne Turks aiocoimdeutot being
ab.o to repel avn .e. atiaek by oitlier Gteece
or Scivi.i or a eombuicd attack by boiX
Tuiki-h troops nie oeuij , ' masswl in tlie vicin
ity ot Xovi
CoxsrAXTiMii'i.i : . Xov. 'H The porte has
elegiaphcd 1'iince Alex'nnder as.anj ; uiili to
stop the advance of thu Bulgarian army in
VIK.NVA , Xov. 2 . Dispatches received
heiiiate that the Bulgarian g.irn.-on at
vVlddin made a some but xveie tojniist-d after
desperate iiuhting , in winch many lujonets
wereeiissed and Hand to liana struggles en
sued. Thu faiatijiiter was heavy on l > oth
BKi.oitAii : , Xov. 2'J. An armistice be
tween set via and tiulgaria was concluded at
; i"A ) vesteidaj aileino.in. Tmj ce.s-ation ot
liostilities hioiigi.labout bv theelloits of
tlie Austrian nilnisici at B
Combining With tin : Viutorrf.
LONDON , Nov. S3. A story Is eurient to
night that UlatNtono has Intimated to I.Did
Salisbury a willingness in tue event of con-
fvrvutlve success ut the polls to gi\o the
whole lilh-'ral strength to the support of tlie
government on all reasonable iiiLasUtes , In
ouli-r to pievuiit the necessity of uelding to
tue nunoiis coui.se ot placing Knghind uiuler
Jnsh die-union. Xo thmtn is entertained
that the lioeial leader s proposal , if it li.w
really been oitered , has been accepted.
Stirling Up a Revolution.
MAi > nir > , Xov. is. A state of hoigo 1m
been di'clar.'d In Old CaMilc , forming the
pre-ent provinces of Hergor , Valladolid ,
Valencia , Avula , Segovia , ftorid , Lagrona
anil hantamh-r. It is reported that icvolu-
tiouary iigent.s with important papers liavu
armed in thu nonhern provinces ,
The Pretender's I'laiiH.
LONDON , Xov. 24 An Interview with Don
Cailos Is published to-day in which the Span
Nh pretender fays that he will remain qule
asloiigasSjialn is traiimiil. but will iiuer
vcne to defend the monarch ) if anarchy or
the republican threaten It.
Oli.Jcctint ; to I'nrnuU'h ( 'lection.
Conic , Xov. - ! ! > . An airent of the conserva
tives hns lodged an nhjcrtion to I'arnoll's
election because I'arnell Is wioiigly de-
K-ribud In the \oilng papers as leader of the
lush people. _
\ Dead 1'rlnup.
CorhNiiAor.N , Xov.- ! . I'lince IVdeiick
brother of King Chiistlan of Denmaik , Is
THl'J C.\TTI < K5IH.V.
A Consolitliillon KflVclod with the
Itival Or unl/.iillon.
ST. Louis , Xov. 'Jit. At the session of the
Cattlemen and Horse dowers' as iKihttlon
) ts.enlay , Mr , 1'yler , of Now Mexico , pio-
bented the icpoit of the committee on trans-
liortatlon , The u-e of air brakes and patent
couplings on stock cirs was it-commended.
.Stops In transit should be ma'lc at night , In-
Bteail of by day. The committee , on confer
ence with thu committee fiom the Cattlu
( rowers' aosoclation of Ameilei , reported
Ihiough Mr. Simpson , of Tt-xas , the terms ol
jiisolidallon asa''ii'fd nt joint
c IIJKUI a meet
ing held yi-stonla ) at .Spilngneld , 'I ho name of
the association that is to be lormcd Is to bo
the Consolidated Cattle ( hovvoiV A s cla-
tionof tlio I'niti' * ! .States. 'Mm two associa
tions will mi'ft In Chicago Xov finder next
and proceed to thu election of a | ue-ldi'iit ,
\lcopresldi-nt , secii'laiy ami treasurer , und
a i i-M-cmUo commlltco of iiftt-cn. Thu it--
jurl was iubptej | | . Thu election of olllix-in of
thu Xallonal Cattle and lloiou Crowt-is' as
sociation for is i was tliL-n iirx-cedcil ultn.
( iovi-inor itoutt , of Colorado , was chosen
] > resldeiit , but he declined jiositively to ; i < >
cejit on the ground that private bu-'iK-sj du-
mandcd hi-s entire time.
A Uralcemun Killed.
In thu Council HIiiU's coliiinn of this
is noof thu UKB will hu found an ao
count of thu dreadful aecidont whic.li
Ir.ijipeneil on last Salimhiy afternoon to
David ( 'oon , outs of thu U. 1' , owiluh-
men ungaiji-d across thu rivor. Im-
ine < liatcli"ittur thu accident thu injured
man was brought to this Mile of thu
river with thu intention of taking him to
St. Jost-ph 'o hospital. Ho ilioil on the
road , howi-vor , und thu rrmains wi-ro
taken pliurjttj of by 1'ndert.ikcr Uurket
Jlo will bu buried to day.
A LIBERAL DOSE OP DEFEAT'
TLo Grand Old Man Going Down Before 0. -
whelming Tory Odds.
Motleralo I.llioinls 1'roply
tliclr I'urty Cniullihito-j Pnt-nolt
liOEesUnoorillM Ablest Don-
tonunts The Irlsli Vole.
Tlio Pnrllunicniiiry 10tt > otlnn .
LONDON , Xov. va * . ( Spcelnl to the Hi.- ) - >
The llbeml jiarty has sustained a cru-shlng
defi-atat tlie hands of the very const ItueneJes
which hitherto have been liberal strongholds.
The grc.it romm > relal and niinufact > iring
centers , the home. * of tnat energy , Industry ,
and Intelligence which nrike Kiulaiul what
she Kha vo reiiounceil nlleglancu to liberalism.
Whatever counties ma.v do the sienllkMtiro
of this result cuinol beatfeete * ! . Liberal or
gans are too bewildered by the blow to of ! .r
nuy Intelligible explanation of the disaster ,
but Chamberlain's lespomibMlty for it Is
fieely mlinltlMt by every liberal I have met.
H Is perfectly clcai tlmt moderate liberals in
gi eat numbers , not content with abstonlion ,
have plumped for con Pivatlve eandld.ito.
Chamberlain's attacks on pioiwit ) , his
ngiarian socialism , his violence , must , II is
now soon , have niicniatrd thousands of 1 < ad-
IIIL- liberals long before the torie.s bethought
themselves -tailing thocr.v , "Tho ehtin-h
is In tlanger. " Xor ha- the long catalo no
of mi-takes of the liberal ROVCHI-
nii-nt Iwon lorgi'tten. ' ( Jlailsfoue'.s
strange silence and Lortl llnrt-
limtoii's fniinie to denounce his r. > di < , al
colleagues here convinced inoiteiiihi lib ; laN
that tne leiuleislnp tit the imity has pnctl-
cally passed Into rhnmbcilnln'H haooi.
Glatlstonu's appeal tor a lilvial majoiity
strong enough to deal Independently with the
Irish question eame too late , nor ww ? II | > er-
sistemly urged. A | K > vverful section of the
lil > crals believed ChamlKUlaln was moio duii-
geroiisthan I'arnell , nnd regaidisl tlie bi < Ak-
lugof the empire as less Imminent thnno -
eial revolution. The radicals hail IK.-COIIIO In
toxicated with the notion that a neiv eia h.id
tlawncd nntl the new voters were inaskis.
Tuey lelt no misuke uncommitted. They
started a scheme , tlneatoned t > very institu
tion and ollered hugo biitHss to the ] > ooicr
clas-es. Chamberlain s attacks on the I'.ng-
li-h church in his sH-echiN ] nt Glasgow .uul
Hradlord gave the toiies their ciiance. 'J'lmy
imulo di-e.stabli-liment ihe leading i-suo in
the campaign and completed the ruin which
the earlier blunders of the radlcain bad
begun. The lilshot in instiiy
boiotiglis has been a powcrfu f et rs.
Theie are not uiui ) in which it.
has actually turned the scale , nor
have 1'ainell sonlers to the tilsh to NOW ion
the lories been uimeir.ah ! obeywl. Javitt'n )
inllueneo was e.xeited lot tlie Mb.-rals in dias-
gow. Tlie Irish in many other boroughne ) | -
siTved their iiidepend nru and voted as lltey
nleascd. I'.irueh endiiivigtial tlefi.it in
Hi'UiLst , where Sexton has ( hwn he.-it'-o in
Ucrry , w hich ivi-cts .Mi. Oat thy in Liur-
jtoolheiu ho lum-elt had to icttro lnf : ire
the contest , ami in ( Jlaow. . where lie fat i < d
totlefeat Mite nil lluuo 01 elect a single tia-
tioiialist. I'.niip 1 Is reported to bo nlarnniil
by the extent ol the toij succ.a > ses , tloubliJli ;
wheiher to cancel existing orders and throw
the Irish \ote tor thu liberals , lest the toiies
plovo sliong enough to tlispenso with his ;
support ip iMillaiiieiiU Tho. uasslbUHl' ' ftf a.
toiy vielorv over tliu lllH'lala and I'aniiuhifi
together is tli-eussc < l. Some torled even ho-
lleve it is probable , but us matters blond -.f-o-
day.Mr. 1'aineH'K policy , In spite ot .sunury
cheeks , has heen .successful. ( ! oed judges
believe he will hold the hahinco of power In
the next parliament and he able to cxpe.1 : niy
mlnl.-try which ietu > es to concede homo ntlc.
LONDON , Xov. til The ruMilt of the < : l < v-
tioiin so far show that the liberals elrcted ] It
cand. dates , the conservatives t.tt und the na
tionalists nineteen. The Ill eial.s have Rfl.liteil
six odtl seats and theci'ii-nrvalivcs ( hiily-
four. The IlbeiTi s have won thlity-eight new
seats and the coueiatives titty-eight. Uival
eiowdsof people are a.s-emblc < l In fiont'oC
the \niious ncwsjiap otlircs oiiooriug the ui-
biills as they nro posted. The excitement is
very crent. Chailes Stewart I'arnell ami
Timothy -Michael Healy , iintionalibla , have
l > eeu elected for the two divisions of ( , 'oik
Coleniu-'n C.U1M3 for
Complaint in Jilt. Annual Hoporl ,
W.VMIINOTON , Xov.1i. . Commissioner
Coli-nun's annual reM | rt was made public to.
lay. It says tlie one great need In the ajjil-
rulttii-al interests of the United States M iv
better understanding and moru intimatu re
lation between the several agricultural exper
iment station ! ! , and n more piactical cooperation
ation between these institutions and the de
partment of agriculture- . These col
leges , endowed by congress , mo ,
BcpaiaU-ly carrying on experimen li with
out any central head tlironuh which to report
antl compara reMiits. Ho siiDinit.s that hid de
partment should have full authority and am
pin means to avail It-sult ot thu advantage. )
offered by these Institutions , lie-JUVOTH : ;
law authorizing the department to slaughter
animals nnVcti-d by plcuro-pncumonla ; mtl
MiongH advocates Uio institution ofAioor
JJays in all states.
Court .Vote * .
All the courts of the city wore- quiet
In the ihstrict'court Judfjo Neville li.'ul
no business , and .Ind \Vnkclcy \ was on-
cnjiiud with tedious iir iimonta of a de
murrer in the case of McUormiek vs.
In the absence of Jnd o McCnlloeb ,
thu county court hud no businosti eave t < >
is-tiu u niin-iii''i : * liconsu for Courutl
J eucli nml HosaTlohl.
The ffderal linihliup ; was tlrnpcil in
mourning ; in respect to the memory of
the cleccai-etl vlco jirosltlent , am ) the
courts \vcro as qniut in though Uio tlia-
tinituishcd dead lay ontonibL-il there.
Catanh I * a very prevalent disease , with
dUticsihig and oflciislva gjniptoms , JIooO's
Barsaparilla cites ready relief and speedy
cme.jnmi the fact It acts through the lilool ,
ami tlius readies every | uit of the syttem.
" I suffered with catarrh fifteen years. Took
Hood's riarto | > irila ! ami I am uot troutilei ) aiy !
with catarrh , and my Kcucral hcalUi Is inucti
better. " I. W. l.nxia , IVotwaerk Chicago
& .St. Ixjuls liailroad.
" I suffered with calanh C or 8 ycarj j tricj
many worulc fiil cures , Iiilulcrg , rtc. , sj > tr.J.
Ing nearly out , liumlrMlUullars without bc-ncCr.
I tried Hood's 8ar apurilla , and nas greatly
improved. " } i , A. AUJJEV , Worctstcr , JUss.
Hood's Sarsiparilla Is cliarartcrlzdljy \
three pccnllarlllcs ; 1st , thu cuvtiliMtlvn ot
rcmcill.-.l ngciits ; Cd , tbo ] > roi > nrtlon ; 2dtho
jiroccsi ot tccurlng the active lucJlclnal
fjiialltles. The result U a niNllchia of unusual
strength , iffccthig cures Milicrto unKno\vn. \
Gcud for book containing additional evlJciice ,
"llfKitl' * SiM.iparilla tones up my
cs iny liltiui ) , sli.iri'i'iis inv ai.i
to imke mo ' ver. " J. r. ruojiijv. . i
i uf JK-cUD , I.ont'11 , Witfcj.
"HfKHl's Birwip.irllla lioat < all others , and
N nrtliJti nilill'li-'l. ! ' " I JUjutlXCTOJ ? ,
jjv ) Ji.mk bticct , Xvw VorU City ,
8old by all crur ! kt . it ; * lx for $5.
only by 0. 1. HOOD i CO. , Unveil , Maw ,
IOO Doses Ono Dollar'-
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