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" 2 THE OMAHA DAILY BEEl FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 27 , 1889.
AN ELEVEN INNING CONTEST ,
Clovolnnd'n Honvy Stlok Work
Snvoa the Day For Omalin.
tHE BREWERS BEAT THE SIOUX.
lionqo PlnylnK In tlm Field "Mainly
JtnppotiHlblo For Denver's Do-
fcnt Ily Aflnnanpnlls Otlicr
, Sportlnjt News.
Ktnnillna orthn Clubs.
Following will bo found the standing of
the Western association up to and Including
yesterday's games :
Onmlm U , Sr. Pnul 2.
Sr. PACL , Minn. , Sept. 20. St. Paul nnd
Omaha closed ( heir series of. eighteen garnet
vdtli un eleven-inning contest to day. It wns
a pitchers' contest , lu which Mcokln got
fourteen strike-outs , and Clarit hnld St. Pnul
down to thrco hits. Cleveland practically
won the panto. Ho made home-run hits in
the opening nnd lust innings. Score :
, . T. It. o. ft. t. r. h o. n. o
Murplir. c.U U 1 0 1 r < innny,21 > 0 0 4 ( I li
rnrnill , tr 1 U 2 1 II ricrclnml , 3b.,2 2 B 7 2
llawcs. Ib 1 0 G 1 \Mllln , ct o II I 1 U
Worrlcic. 0 0 1 it U Nnule , o .0 1701
Itciny. ji > u i 2 3 u Wnwi , M D i ) i : i i
ilnlr.lf. . . . . 0 U I U I ) Andrews , lb.,0 1 It U 0
Jlnlnii.tr 0 II 0 1 0 McHltl rf 1 1002
Pnnncr , c U 2 JV. 1 1 Cnnatan , U..O 2 1 U U
Jlcoklli , | ) 0 010 Ul'lurk , p 0 0040
Wals2 155 10jl Totals , 3 T-SilC J
U'orrtr.k mit forcuttliiK tlilrdbnso. No ono out when
' YTlviilnn niti wftainndo.
Ft. 1'nni . .o noinjonoo 0-2
dunlin. . . 1 100UUOOOUI il
Knni enrncrt Onmlm 2.1 Two-bn'o Mil Furmrr
nmlUmmrnn.2 ; Clnrulniil 1. lloniomim ClflvolunrtS.
Uiuoiilolin-llyJlnwcn and.Miusttt. DuuMn iilaju
rooncr , \ > 1 li nnd yxnilrrwe. Willie nml (3oon ( r.
Clcvulmul and Anilrown. Hnxo on cnllud nnllit OH
Mrekliili off Claric 3. Mnick out-llr Mockln 14 ; by
Clark 6 : I'nn cd tinlh * ' nucr 1. 'VIM niLclicn Mee-
klu'J ; Clnrt 1. Hnrrlflrclilt-Mucktn. I/isf t on Irnnca-
Hl. I'uiiM ; ( unnliafi. tlrnt Im eon orrom bt-1'nnM ;
Omnium. Tlmuofgamo 1 liour ana < j minutes. Uiu-
l > lro Jlurat.
IMIlwnukcc 8 , Sioux City B.
'Mn.WADKcn , VVis. , Sopt. i5. ! Milwaukee
and Sioux City played their last game of the
season to-day , mid Milwaukee won. Score :
r. Ii. n. iu c r. Ii. o. n. D.
, .1 2 0 U < lCllncM 2 1 II 6 U
, .1 : i : i a uciennir u o 2 o u
Mnrrusor.lb. . .2271 lll'owcll. Ib 1 1 6 II 1
Kintli | , s , .1 2 II II l.llroiiinii,2b ) 0 II 2 2 0
Mllll , i ; . . . . . , , .U 1 1 II ( I ( Jcrliin , uf U 1 2 II U
Allinrl * , ; ID. . . , , U 1 U 11 oillrmlluy , lib 1 1200
t-llch , hi , .0 1 ( I U 0 Illuck , rf. 0 1 S 0 II
J nt7cn. c. . . , .U U U 2 ( ilttrowell.p I 0 II 2 II
Urinun , | , .1 _ 1 1 2 II Grotty , o. I ) 1211
" " " " '
, TOtals. . : . . , . , "Bi32iTi"i Totals 5"bulb's
Milwaukee . .a .100020-8
bloutClty 0 U 2 0 U ] 0
Jfnrnixl nin MllwAukoo.l.fclouicOlty 3. Two-lmso
lilt * rowcll , llnnnnn. Jlliuk. 'llirco-bniolilln HriiB-
nun , llMBeiptolon I'onrmnn , Kurlu 2 , fclltb n. nine ,
Glonin Doulilu | IIIH | Morrlnny , JniiUvn , Knrlo
( IWlCOl. 1UUOII | ! rilllOll lulllB SlotTlMCy , Mills , AI-
berU , C'llno.lllonn , 1'nnoll , Croviull. Orottx. blruck
out-rllrUrlRltlili. lirCnmnll I. I'aiscrt lialls-Jimttcn
lCDk'l. | Tlmo 1IW. Uinplro Kocscliur.
Dcnvrr 7 , AllnniMipdllH O.
MINNEAPOLIS , Minn. , Sont. 20. [ Special
Telegram to Tun Bii.J : : Denver won to-day
through poor field work on the part of the
Minneapolis fielders , and Duke's wildncss.
'JJlipugh flip Bcoro was close , it was an unin
teresting game. Score :
" MIXSEAl'OMS. vtytvr.n.
r. U. b. n. i * r. h n n c.
Hudon.rf.'J | l o U 1 nnlrTmploSb..l II 2 I u
llciult , " ! > . . . . .II ( I 1 3 U MiClclliui , Sb..l 0 S 4 0
VoMer.cf ( I 1211 l'romlmirlb..U ( 1 12 U 1
All tvt. Jb V I 1 0 ( P rums , et..i 1200
Mlimoluin , lf.,1 2 0 II U xyinu > , : . . . . . o : i o u
3lyiiQrlu .11 U 0 0 U Kninin. ir u o 2 u o
JliuinOmu. B.,1 Dnrnlirouub , p.l 1 0 0 U
Ilolnn , D 1 01" < > Iwlnulinui , c..l
lu iliiloc , U 012 1 ( > Mo.Nubb , rf 2 2000
Totah II 721 73 Totula 7 C 27 11 1
i. 11V INNINGS.
Donrcr. . . , 0 1001 101 7
Jllnnenpolls l OOU06U02 S
Tamcrt nins Mlnnonpoll J. Two lm e hltn n l-
rruiplo. llniiriilinn. HIIHCM > U > lon llr toMpr. Miller.
Ttrlnaliiin. Double iiluys-Wtilto to McClollun to
Troiawny , Wliltn to Trcudway. iinscs on ImlN-llf
JUiK-a 11 , iir Hudson I. | jy ImmbroiiKli 11. llltbj-
Tltclicr-llcNulib , bnirvn. Mil or. blnirk oiit-lly
l uk II , by Hudson 1 , by luriilrouili ) t. I'IIBSI d Imlln
Tivlncliiini 3 , DiiviliiloS.M'J ' pilclics Hy Imko J.
Left on Imfrcs Allnnrii | > 1l9 'J , Itenjrcr 1. Tlmo of
cnuiol hour nud W mluutos. umpire Mcl > crmott.
J.nck Crooks' D'Jntt With ColiitnutiR.
COMIMIIUS , O. , Sept. 20. [ Special Tele
gram to THE 13BB.J Jack Crooks made his
dohut with the Columbus club at "Brooklyn
ti-day in n seven iunmcr tie game. He mad6
a Rood impression , judging from the score.
His error wns caused by bllppinrr on the wet
grounds on a hard run after a Ily hull from
C6ums"bat. Score :
busllrooLtjnB. : ! Mrut-1 out Uy Terry [ . . liy Ualil-
wlu ( . rustioil linlls O Connor 1 , Cliirk 2. Wllil pllcli
Ualdwln. Ucfton tla ea Columbus bllrooklrn U.
'Iuio-iiiourii.4iiilDiitt | : > . Um | > lru-lluurlo.
OT11KU K\lili G A. BIISS.
The National Iin.avui ) .
PiTTSBUita , Sept. ! iO , Result of to-day's '
Pittsburfr . 1 04000001 0
Ptilladulphlu , . , . ! 00010000-2
Base hits Pittsburg 1L , Philadelphia B.
Errors Pittsburg 0 , Philadelphia 5. Hat-
tones PittRburg Calvin and Miller. Phila
delphia Glcason , Anderson nnd Clements.
s , Sept. 20. Result of to-day's
gam a :
Indianapolis. . . . 0 0301 0030 0
Boston . 0 C 8 2 0 0 0 3 W
Base hits liidnimipolln 11 , Boston 15.
Errors IndlananoUa 7 , Boston 3. Butteries
-rlndlnnupolls Boyle , Rusio und Daily.
Boston Clnrkson uud Bennett. Umpire
Chicuoo , Sept. CO. Result of to-day's
eumq ! . .
Now York . 0 0000000 0-3
Chicago . ,2 0100010 * 4
Buso Jills Now York 5 , Chicago 0. Krrnrs"
Wow York 7 , Chicago II. Batteries Now
York-'Wolth , Hwlng und Brown , Chicago
llutulilnutm und Darling. Umpire Powers.
CLKVELAND , Sept. 20. The Washington
club did not roach this city io-da.v until
almost evening , nnd tlio umplro gave the
scheduled gnuio to Cleveland by a score of
ii in 0 , subject to the decision of the directors
of the league.
, i V II II B W I
, s Aytcrlonn Absociiitlon.
.BuooicuK , Sept. 20. Result of to-day's
Brooklyn . 0 04102 7
Coluubun. . . . 0 0 0 0 0 17
Game called on account of darknos * .
SojiT ! 20. Result of to-
. . ! 005800 0" 0
Athletics . 0 OOP 0 1 0 0 0I
KAKS&S CITX , Sept. 20. Result of to-day's
Kansas City. , i. 3 00000331 8
Cincinnati . U 01000300 0
ST. ' Louis , Sept. 20 , Result of to-day's
fit. Louis. . . . , ' . . .0 00301002 S
LtfUlsvlllo. . . , . .0 OaOliOOOO 4
I1f SIhlnca Miasnur ) Vallnv.
Mifaouiu YALLBT , la. , Sept 'JO.
Telegram to TUB URB.J The DCS JMoln6
Icncuo team played n second gnmo with the
Missouri Valley club here this afternoon , the
score being ID to D In favor of DCS iiolncs.
To-night the cititons here tendered tha homo
club n recaption nnd hall In honor of their
recent successful tour.
T1JI3 8PKI30 JUNO.
BOSTON' , Sept , 20. The races announced
for to-day nt Mystio Park nud Franklin
park were poslpondd till to-morrow on no-
count of rain. The event * announced for
to-morrow tuko place on Saturday.
GHAVEBBSO , Soot. 23. The trnclc wns
muddy. Summary !
Ono Mlle Anranla won , Cracksman
second , Etrnria third. Time 1:44 4' .
Milo and one-eighth Now or Never won ,
Cnllcnto second , Bolla. 13 third. Tlmo
Milo nnd one-slxtconth Gallop won ,
Zophyrtls second , Sam Wood third. Time
1 ! i > .
Mlle nnd ono eighth Reporter won , Los
Angeles second , Tonny third. Time l'Jtt } ( .
Six furlongs Conland won , Civil Servlco
scoond , Ralph Bayard third. Tlmo IslTj/ ! .
Six furlongs Fordham won , Brldgollght
second , Oarsman third. Time 1:18. :
JtncR * ) .
Lorisviu.r. , Sept , 20. The attcndooco
was small. Jockey Ray was ruled , off for
striking Jockey Sloan after the fourth race ,
Sloan's ' mount nnving interforrcd with Rny
on Bon , Air nnd preventing his getting
tluouRli , Summary t
Soven-oightiis of a ratio Clamor won ,
Electricity second , Lucy 1 * third. Tlmo
1:32.FivcclphtliB of a mile English Lady won ,
Milton second , Dollio Kings third. Time
Ono Mile Qnoon of Triimpswon , Plunder
second , Bill Lutclicr third. Tlmo l:44Jf. :
' "lirop-fourtlm of a mile Bcttlnn won ,
Amos A Bocoud , Bon Air third. Time
Mlle nnd ono-cighth Carus won , Antonio
second , Ten Like third. Time 1:5
Grand Inland llacci.
GitAxn ISLAND , Nob. , Sopt. 20. The rnooi
at the fair were all that the patrons of the turf
could hope for. Although the 2:21. : trot
wns won in straight heats by Frank P. , Qrn-
hanUs Mambrino crowdodihim so hard it was
n very pretty nice. In the third bent Gra
ham's Mnmbrino ran into Iowa Mambrmo's
sulky on the llrst turn and broke out several
spokes , Scibboll , the owner , tried to drive the
race out , but on thothlrd quarter the cart
cave out , nnd in trying to hold his horse
Soihbell was badly kiclred nnd bruised. The
horse was cn\ight bcforo any damage was
done , . 'Summary
Frank PJ wonGnmnm's Mambrino second
end , Iowa Mambrino third. Kittio B , fourth ,
Oregon Patohon flfth. Time 2:31 : , 2:31 : ,
In Iho thrro-ycar-old rnco , A. S. Patrick's
LymanUs , a three-year-old , and II. .T , Palm
er's Glbr.nroon , n two-year-old , were the
only starters. Glenaroon won. Bust time
Charlie J. woa the 3:40 : trot in straight
heats , Plutus Onward second , Bauquot third
nnd Soltaire fourtn. Best time 2:43. :
Dnxviut , Colo. , Sept. 20. [ Special Tole-
cram to Tun BEE , ! There was a largely in
creased attendance at Overland park to-day.
First race , running , ono milo and one-six
teenth. ptirso S3.)0 Hindoo Rose won , Pa
tricia second , IJ T third. Time 1 :5T : .
Second race , running , tlireu-ycar-old
swcepstiiko , ono .milo and furlong Justice
won , Sympathies Last second , Receiver
third. Time 1:59. :
Third race , trotting , 2 : 1 class , purse SHOO
Gynsoy Queen won , Gcorpo Mosher second
end , F.uist third. Time 3:23if. :
Fourth rnco , trotting , free for all , purse
5SOO Wanitn won in tlirco straight heats ,
Carl'second , Spartan third. 'Tirao 3:21Jf. :
At a meeting of the club after the close of
the races , A. C. Bcchwith , of Evanston ,
Wyo. , owner of Fnust nnd Wunlta , was ox-
pcllcd from the track on account of abusive
language used to the judges during the 2:85 :
PUOHIA , Sopt. 20. Ruccs at the state fair
grounds to-day. Summary :
Trot Dora Cossack won , Alice second.
Besttimo 2-.a > .
Running , thrco-fourtus of a milo Palmyria
won , Mny B. second , Oak Spracuo third ,
Young Potomac fourth. Time 1 :20. :
Three minute trot Brit won , Bashaw second
end , Raymond third , Olivetto distanced
Best time 2:40. :
Running , tbrco-fourtlis of n milo Crlspino
won , Blush second , Fullerton distanced.
Bosttimo 1:47 : # :
1CAS8AS Cirr , Mo. , Sept. 20. This was the
opening day of the Kansas City Fair asso
ciation's fall meeting. The attendance was
largo and the track good. Summary :
The stallion 2:80 : race , guaranteed stake ,
$1,000 Ashland Wilkcs won , Guolph second ,
Atlas third. Best time 2:01. :
Guaranteed stakes for two-year-olds
Renos Baby won ; Kate Cnftroy second , Efllo
Rome third. Best time 2:52) : ) .
Pnln Alto'H Great Pcrforinnnot * .
STOCISTO ; ? , Cal. , Sept. 20. Stanford's
stallion , Palo Alto , defeated Dirrot and Bay
Rose to-day , trotting thrco hoatb in
2:17 % und 2:1 :
A lionc-Fflt Want Supplied.
Williams' indoor counterpart of base bal
in the Held. Sciontillo , exciting , speculative
For sale in Omaha at sporting goods , book
aud faucy stores. .
Kdcrertnn Conflilpntor Sticcol < ) .
YASKTOK , fe. D , , Sept , 20. [ Special to Tins
Benl ] 2x-CnIof 3uBtlce A , J. Kdgortoa has
been here and expresses the fullest conn-
donro thaVlicvlll beat-Moody and J'ettlgrcw
both for thd-sonuto and bo elected. Moody
and PottUircw both hnvo bitter enemies , ami
n determined light Will ba made against
them , especially oy the prohibitionists und
alliance men. *
Tbo best posted politicians concede the
success of Pierre iu tlio cuuitul race by a de
J > t--\th or n Cnlhlirntort llorst- .
CHICAGO , Sept. 3f5 , Arthur Caton , of this
city , received a tolograia from Peoria , 111. ,
this morning announcing I ho death of his
celebrated stallion Don Cossack , which wns
being exhibited ut the Illinois state fair. The
horsu is well known all over the country ,
having been shown at New York and other
horbo shows , und was valued at $ 3OUU. ,
California' * forest Firo.
SANTA ANNA , Cnl. , Sept , 20. The flro
which baa been raging for the past two iltrs
still continues In the canyons , The burned
and burning district now extends over ono
hundred miles fiom north to south , and ten
to olghtecn iniW in width. The loss lc esti-
umlod ut over 51,000,000.
A Cold l > nr. -
ST. PAUL , Sept. 20. To clay hns bcou the
coldest of the season thus fur In this city ,
Similar reports were received from a number -
bor of DolntB northwest and snow has fallen
nt St. Cloud aiid Duluth , Minn. , and nt
Black River Fulls. Wia. , with suvor.U locali
ties to be heard from.
Tlio IliiCuriiic.U Cliuroh.
LANCA9TBU ) Pa. , Sopt. 24 At a moettng
ol the trl-B.vnodio board of missions of thu
Reformed church , Rev. D. li. Shuoy contin
ued a > kuperlntomluut of uiUslocx within the
bounds of thu synod of the interior , covering
Kansas , .Nebraska aud Iowa.
Honit Will Arbitrate.
Sriiisa VAWSV , III , Sept. sa Ex-Con-
groisrnau Soolt has sent for the arbitration
committee of the Miners' association to moot
btm in Chicago to-morrow , with a vlow to
the BCltlomoat of tha diulultles.
Thp To in pi o of lioKvon I > o trofouV J
LONDON' , 5ept. % . The Temple of lloavon ,
nt Pokln , containing the dragon throne , has
been destroyed by lira
Will you sulTur with dyspepsia and
liver com pluirvt ? hhUoh's Vitallzor is
Kuurnntood to cure vuu.
AFTUR TWKNTY.813VKN YK.VHS.
A Iiong-Cost Son llclurns to Olnlm
OSIIKOSH , WIs. , Sept. 20. [ Special Tclo-
gram to TUB Bnn. | A romantic story cnmo
to light to-day of the return of a long-lost
son , after an absence of a quarter ot a cen
tury , to claim h's ' deceased father's property
which had boon escheated to tha state , but
afterward turned ever to step-brothers by
vlrtuo ot an act of the legislature. The
claimant is Jacob Young , who loft Berlin ,
this stale , twenty-seven years ago lo enter
the army and had not been hoard from
ulnco. Ilo says nfter leaving the army at
the close of the wnr ho was made keeper of
the lighthouse at Washington Harbor , Wj . ,
Whore ho has romalncd"for twenty years ,
knowing Httlo of wliat occurred la the outer
world and having no communication with bis
parents during that tlno ; Not long since ,
liappoumg to road of tha controversy ever
the disposition of the Younc estate , hu wro o
hero for information , nnd Qndlug that the
John Young mentioned wna his father , [ aid
claim to the property. Mr. , Young has com
menced an action In ejectment ngnln < tt the
Ostholdcr brothers , who are lu possession.
They Declare For the Negro's Civil
nnd Political lllchti.
BALTiitor.E , Md. . Sopt. 2fl. The domo.crntlo
state convention wa calleil to order nt 13:45
to-day by the chairman of the state central
committee. Jamas IloJgos , cx > inayor of
Baltimore , was chosen temporary chairman.
In his speech Ilodgos suvcroly criticised the
Independent democrats of Baltimore , desig
nating them us assistant republicans. Tno
usunl Qommittccs were then appointed ami
the temporary organization made parmnnont.
L. Victor Baughman , of Frederick county ,
was nominated comptroller by acclamation.
The resolutions which were adopted -
nfilrra tlio St. Louis platform ; condemn
trusts ; declare for n now assessment of
property in order that taxation may bo
equally distributed ; f avers judicious adjust
ment of license to sell liquor ; pledges the
party to adopt stringent provisions to preserve -
servo the purity of the ballot "box and do-
clarcs a sluccro nnd earnest purpose to
recognize and enforce all civil und political
rights of colored people and insists thnt the
schools for white and colored cnlldreu shall
to kept sepal ate and distinct.
PomiBylvnnla Non-l'nrtlsnn Prolilbs ,
ILuinisnuita , Pa. , Sopt. SB. The flrst con
vention of the Union Prohibitory league of
Pennsylvania , a non-partisan organization
having ior Its nurposo the suppression of tbo
saloon outside of party lines , was hold in
this city to-day. Tho'platform declares that
the constitutional prohibitory amendment
failed in .Tune last because Of the unfair po
litical methods of these opposed to It. As
the constitution cannot ho amended for flvo
yours to come , it favors the most restrictive
) r ! slation and the onforcamonttof the prost -
t policy of prohibition in the counties
which voted thercior.
A FKAUFULi MISTAIj EXPLOSION.
Several JUcii Horribly Burnett at tlio
Kiljjnr Thompson Works.
PiTTsnuno , Pa. , Sopt. J25. At Carnegie's
Edgar Thompson steel works 'at Braddock ,
to-night , furnace "C , " ono of the largest of
the blast furnaces , gave way at the bottom
and tons or molten metal , like water escap
ing from a reservoir , ran out. The furnace
hnd not been working properly during the
day and Captain Jones , the general manager
of the works , called to-night to see if ho
could ascertain the cause. Ho was working
with a number of men near the base of the
furnace whrn the break occurred. Tn aa
instant ilumcs of 11 ro shot .forth , and
the hot metal exploded and fell
hue sheets of water. Thnt anyone about
escaped instant death , is marvelous.
Captain Jones -was horribly burned , and
the uhyslciaas are unable toi state to-night
whether ho will llvo or not.
Michael Qutnn was so baiily'burned that
his desk pooled off ; he cannot live.
John MoKake is" badly burned about the
Ned Quinn is badly burned about the
Two or three other workmen whoso
names it was impossible to got to-night uro
seriously injured and may not recover.
CaptamJones is wall known througnout
the United States and Europe , wherever
iron and stcol is manufactured
Later ' 1 ho names of the ether workmen
who wore burned nro Patrick Hughes ,
Michael Connor nnd John Noodou.
ftllchaol King , a Hungarian , was present
when the seething mass poured out of the
furnace , nnd ns ho cannot bo foUnd it is
feared hehas been covered up.
About six ; carloads of molten niotnl poured
out of the break. The ternblo rush of liquid
stool knocked Jones down in the int. Fortu
nately ho foil between two trucks or ho
would have been burned olive instantly.
Whim removed from the pit his clothing had
been entirely burned from his body. The
loss to the company will bo quite largo.
At midnight Captain Jones was resting
easy. The physicians say ho will recover.
Two others will die ,
Iludly Scnlilud Victims.
CHICAGO , Sept. 20. It is beliovpd'that Ed
ward Smith , jr. , and Daniel O.'Connor ' , two
of the victims of Tuesday night's * accident
on the Rock Island roadj cannot recover.
They were very severely scalded. All the
injured are under police survoilanco , nnd
they will not bo allowed to tallr with ropro-
seutativcs of. the railroad until after the in
Powder Mill Illowfl.Up.
POTTSVILLC , Pa. , Sept. SO.i-About 11
o'clock this morning Lullin & Kind's ' powder
mill , at Crossona , three miles'bolow this city ,
blow up. William Scfiropp , Samuo1 ! s'totsf
and Henry Reed were killed and a number
of other workmen injured , 'iho 'explosion
wns torrlllc , nearly nil the , window gjoss in
Crcssonu being shattered. * ,
Flvo Killed and Twisnty. .
MILAN , Sept , 20. By the collapse of'an un-
finish ed house in this city yesterday , Ave
persons were killed and twenty injured.
A Ijoulsiuiin XrnasururVlio JJor-
townd Money on state HonUb.
NBW OIII.KANB , La. , Sept. SB. The state
ment of the cashier of the state treasury
during Treasurer Burke's term that ho had
culled Burko's attention In 18SO to.tho fact
thut coupons had boon presented of bonds
supposed to "have been destroyed , , was cabled
to Major Burxo In London. Burke tins' 10-
plicd , tolling how apparent discrctxinihes
mlghtoxlst , and says ho Is tied down by his
business In London , but when ho can get
away will sail for Louisuuu. It Is 'undqr-
stood Judge Marr will charge the grand -jury
next weoit to Investigate the matter , nnd to
unng Indictments against Ilinso found to
have been cmraged lu placing invalid ttccurl-
tius on the market. Judge Stanshury. who
wus for Homo lime engaged with Burke
in a business cupaoltv , has ' made
a statement showing that ho negotiated Jeans
for Burke at different times , amounting to
thousands of dollar * , always depositing as
collateral etato bonds handed him bv HUrlte
fur that purpbse. In comparing tha nufnb'ers
ho handled with these now published , he
finds that nmong thu bonds handled by nim ,
nearly twenty thousand dollars worth were
fruudlcot , Ho had no doubt of their validity
until the recent disclosures. Stansbury's
statement , which U made on the udvice of
his attorney , shows that HurKe as far back
as 1844 was using thu bonds then in his
keeping as state treasurer us collateral in
borrowing uiouoy for his own use.
South Dakota ISplscopallana ,
Sioux FAU.S.S. D. , Sept. 0. [ Special Tel
gram to TUB Bee. ] The triennial convoca
tion of the Episcopal chut ch of South Da
kota , closed its session to-night. Clergy
were present from all over the diocese.
BUhop Hare' * address shows a llvo interest
In church matters -ond a gratifying Increase
iu membership , Kov. J. H. Babcook , of
Mitchell , and James W. Campbell , of Ilurou ,
were chosen delegates to tbo general convo
cation 10 Now Yojk nnvt vroeic ,
WOMERSp A NOBLE CAUSE ,
Iowa Oonfeworjoo ot Young Pooplo'a
Chrlstla 'iDndoavor Soolotloa.
GROWTH q . 'THE ORGANIZATION.
Murder TWnl Sovornl Casoi of
Sonrlot y7'cror Koportoil A
l. . , . . -
'Christian ISmlrmvor Uonvnntlnn.
Dns MOINKS , lh. ( Sept. SO. | Special Tolo-
grnm to Tun Ben. ] The active business of
the sUto convention of the young people's
societies of Christian Endeavor began this
morning. When tho' exorcises wore opened
at Plymouth church , thdro wore probably
00 delegates present from all parts of the
state and more arrived tiurln ? the day. Mr.
Smith , of MnrshRlltown , led the singing , tvnd
Uov. William Urynnt , ol the same city , road
the opening scripture lesson , llogcr Lcnvltt ,
of Cedar Falls , was elected ucrlbo , and Miss
Hello Stewart his assistant. Uov , Wlshani ,
of tills city , road the "Lord's bo.itltudos In
contrast with these of the xvorld. Flvo
minute roDorts from the various district
unions occupied the remainder oC the fore
The Burlington district reported ton
societies , nix of thorn In the city. Cedar
Hnplds nnd Davenport were only organized
this year. The Den Moines union embraces
sixteen societies , comprising 789 members.
GrmneU district luv seven societies. An
active membership of over ono thousand
was reported from thujvlontlcollo district.
lu the afternoon "tho model prayer meetIng -
Ing committee" was the subject of n paper
by Mrs. Emma O. Moulton , of Stuart.
Kditor John H , Frank , of the Sunday
School Worker , presented n paper on the
"Sluggard In the Lookout Uold. " The
Lookout committee stood lu the same posi
tion ns did the minister's httlo girl , who
naid on circus day that if she wore not the
minister's child she could go to the circus ,
but slip supposed she must bo aa
example for the whole church , The
extent and responsibility of this commilcco
.is very croat , and only the most faithful
must bo placed u | > on it. Miss Edna G. Wil
liams followed with a panor on "Thocndeav-
orer in meeting. " Other papers read were
"Tho endoavorcr out of the meeting , " Irving
S. Wntson ; 'U'hoTiiblu in C. E. work. " Kov.
Wilson Dennoy j ' 'Our temperance mission , "
Miss "E. Uollo Stewart , A. AI.
The evening exorcises wore taken un with
the secretary's ' njport , Mrs. E. H. Slocum ,
of Toledo ; the president's address , Uov. J.
K. Fowler , D. D. ; address , "Tho secret of
power , " Uov. H.'A. Stinson , D. D. , St.Louis ,
The growth of the Christian Endeavor so
cieties has been ono of the marvels of the
past few years. From a small beginning in
Portland , Mo , , In the spring of 18S1 , it lias-
grown , until to-d.iv there ore 75,000 societies
in the country withi a total membership of
nearly half n million. The founder was Uev.
FranK E. Clark.nowltho president of the
united society , fpfio oojoct of the society is
"to promote anjcnrncst Cunstian life among
its members , to 'flisnro their mutual acquaint
ance , nnd to moltq'jthom useful in the service
of God. " It U.n.bj.ia sectarian , but rather nn
interdonomina iOn l movement. At the last
national convention , held at Philadelphia.
6.000 dplegatcsyejjp present , ropiesontingnli
parts of the country and from all protestar.t
Tlic Ulllliii : * Case.
WATEHLOO , la'Bent. ; 20. ( Special Tele-
grain to Tnu Br.EP The taking of testimo
ny in the Uillme cnse closed at noon to day ,
The witnesses examined this morning for the
state testified ttuvUlho handle of tuo revolver
was bluelr , and rfmt thcro was no hanging
lamp in Kincsloyjs .front ofilce. Witness
'Ellsworth fixed tllc hou'r Kingsloy died at
' 0:04 : o'clock. TUq witnesses for the defcnso
were simply corroborative of Stewart , the
witness whom -ttld state attempted to im
peach. Attorney * Da vson opened the argu
ment , for the state thl afternoon , and will
finish to-night. The case will probably go to
the jury this week.
A New Trnlllc Arraiiefnicnt.
Sioux CITY , la. , Sopt. SO. ISpnclal Tele
gram to TUB QEE.I It can now bo positively
stated that the Union Pacific and the Mani
toba bavo made a truffle nrrangcmcnt for ex
change of freight , which will go into effect
immediately upon the opening of the now
Sioux City & Northern line , which will "bo in
a few weoks. Tlio Sioux City & Pacific is
uow being ironed , Ofllcers of the company
admit the existence of the tratllo arrange
ment between the Union Pacific and Mani
toba , but sny the arrangement hns not yet
been formally signed.
Scnrlot FCVOI- .
DKsMoiNr.g , la. , Sopt. 20. | Special Tele
gram to Tun UnnJ Dr. A. M. Hooper ,
health officer at Somerset , has notified the
state board of health of several cases of scarlet -
lot fever at that place. Quarantine has
The health officer at Greenfield , In. , has
written to Secretary Kennedy stating that
scarlet fever hns appeared in the public
schools in the last few dayj. Several fami
lies have been Quarantined nnd the schools
have been closed for a week to await de
A letter from Wcsloy , ICossuth county ,
notified the board that typhoid fever hits
broken out in thnt town.
MIBSOUIU VAi.r.nr , Sept. 20. [ Special
Telegram to TUB BEE.J The democratic
senatorial convention , representing Craw *
ford , Harrison and Monona counties , met
hero to-day , and nut in nomination for sen
ator , Hon. Q. It Bolter , of Harrisoa county.
Mr. Uoltcr is the pipsont incumbent and has
represented this county In the legislature for
twenty years , HIS nomination was maao
unanimous nfter one informal ballot.
A PoitnuiHtcir Itobhoit.
Dus Moiscs , la. , Sept. 0. ( Special Tele
gram to TUB lice. " ! Postmaster Wood , of
Su Charles , this state , was attacked aud
robocd lute Tuesday nlclit by two unknown
IUL-D. They secured about & > 5 of the post-
A TOUGJI 'I JUG.
Tlirca Thieves Arrested By Special
Officer SavafO'lMado an Important arrest
last night whcn'u.appreheudcd John Dean
and Jennie Neal , hit * paramour , at Nineteenth
und St. Mary's aH-Auo , In the alley cast of
Heafey's stablo'/'ffi / by so dohiK ho caught
the parties who' 'robbed P , J , Green's
residence n j night or so since.
Dean is a colorprUTnmn , nnd while ho has
never been in tlio penitentiary Is n very
tough citizen ondiTptald ; not hesitate to carve
a nnin into shocilrings if an opportunity pre
sented itself. Thrco yearn ago Tom
Ormsby urrcsuvl him after ho
had made vigor's . .uttomps to dissect him
with u curving ktlfpr and consequently wiien
ho made u dash for his razor last night , Sav
age properlyput ( rtVpistol to hlb head and
took him to thu iturUm. Tbea ha rnturned
ami arrested JeriniuZealand Jack Havvkins ,
the latter u notorious tnlcf , When all were
safely behind the bars a search of the
crcmues was made , and Mr. Green's stolen
property , consisting of clothing , bedding and
silverware tc tlio amount of f JOl ) , recovered.
Tlio house is illled with articles , presum
ably stolen , as Dean wan never known to
work , and ho and Hawkins probably stole
them at various times. It is thought from ap
pearances thnt theyarn the parties who rohbod
Congressman Council's odlce , and aa effort
will bo m ad a to fasten the crime upon them ,
Dean is the negro who ran oil with the
white daughter of an Antelope county far
mer three years ngo , but lias elnce aban
doned her. The clmrgo of grand larceny
was placed against him.
Tlio t'ltv'H I'a
On Monday next the members of the fire
and pollco departments will receive their
salaries. Clerk Hrownleo of the pollco com
mission tinUiiod mailing outjlho pay-roll yos-
100 MUCH IjUMBUU KING.
AmUoxr Ilrown CAIIHCS tlio Fnllurn
of taucn toctinr t Co.
Now YOHK , Sopt. 20. Pngonstnchor &
Co. , exporters of petroleum , etc. , rondo nn
nsslgumont to day. Their attorneys say the
present difficulties are solely duo to the
failure of Andrew Urowu , of Ilnffalo , to take
care of his obligations , The direct liabilities ,
ns near ns can bo ascertained , nro between
f3rt,000 and (10,000 ; contingent linbllitlcs
pbout (300,000 on accommodation acceptances
nnd Indorsomcnls for Urown. If Drown , the
lawyers snv , would tnkocnro of his outntand-
ingobligatlons , all of which wore for his nc-
commotliiUon , and tiny Pagcnstecher & Co. ,
they could hewn handsome surpluK. Andrew
Urown Is well known as "tho ISaffulo lum
ber king. "
Gold Hard to Got.
UurrAto , N. Y. , Sept. 20. Dr. Plorco ,
president of the Ulg Hcud Tunnel nnd Min
ing company , the failure of which was an
nounced yesterday , in his circular announc
ing the future prospects of the company at
HlgUcnd , says : "Tho vast quantity ol
boulders that were uncovered completely
liandloappod our operations nnd made them
io expensive nt to prevent thu realization of
promts. Our operators have demonstrated
the fact thnt there is n vast quantity ot gold
'in our mlnn , but In the fuco of the obstacles
mentioned It seems to bo Impossible to ex
tract It at n profit , Tlio total output from
our mines last season wns SlT.832.a3. This
did not pay the cost of actual mining opera
Dr. Pierce , president of the company
says thut thu statement that the company
has collapsed IB misleading nud uncalled for.
The couinaily cun pay nil Its debts 1C it hi.s
any. It is perfectly solvent.
Obtninbil an Attachment.
New Yonu , Sept. 28. An attachment has
boon obtained by the Trow Printing nnd
J3oot ) UJndlng company against the properly
in tlio state of liclfortl. Clark & Co. , upon n
claim of 33,01)0 ) alleged to bo duo on prom-
isory notes. ;
MUSCULAR , MllS. COSTELIiO.
Wow She ninclo Tliincs Warm For n
WHEKUNO. W. Va. , Sept. 30. | Special
Telegram to THE Dnc. j Thcro was a very
sensational see no in Justico. W. H. Davis'
court , this city , this evening. Mrs. Annie
Costellb , a woman of Amazonian proportions
and of a record lor pugilistic powers , was
brought into court on a charge of grand lar
ceny. The hearing was set for to-morrow ,
and as the Judge turned to pick up a paper
the defendant sprang nt his throat. Davis is
about 05 years of ngo nud the frenzied
woman broueht him to the lloor with
sufficient force to cut a gash in his head.
Mrs ; Costello held on his throat dcspito the
efforts of tlio officers in attendance , and
there was a severe struggle. Finally the
justice secured a cano and struck his assail
ant several times over the head , Inflicting
severe cuts. She was then secured and
locked up. Her ofTcnsa is punishublo with
nt least a year's imprisonment.
All IiiteruM Inir Decision.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 20. In the case of the
Northern Pacific Uailroad Company vs Ran
dolph , Secretary Noble to-day decided that
by failing to appear to onposo final proof of
proceedings on the part of pre-emption for
other claimants , u railroad company docs not
forfeit any rights which the whole case
made shows it to possess. It simply can no
insist on any further opportunity to contra
dict the proofs submitted , as it has had its
"day In court ; " but If , on tliose proofs them
selves , it still appears on the face of thoM
M hole record that the company has a prior
or a superior right , judgment must go ac
Tills decision corrects a widely prevalent
misapprehension , ns to the olfect of the
"Forester" and other whicti
cases were sup
posed to have inflicted forfeiture of rights
upon the railroad companies who failed to
appear at the hearings.
Pounded the Kditor.
ATJAXTA. Ga. , Sept. .20. [ Special Tele
gram to THE Bic.J At Eustpoint to-dav
Colonel Itcubon Arnold , his brother , Frank
Arnold , and his son Ilcubon Arnold , Jr. ,
went into thooillco of John Coiilcy , editor of
the Plow Boy , und boat him badly. Frank
Arnold nnd Reuben carried shot guns which
were discharged in the nielco and
Conlcy says , at him. The trouble grow out
of an old feud between Couley who is a son
of ex-Governor Cnnlcy , nnd the Arnolds
who are among the most prominent lawyers
of the place.
Valuable l nornlrs far Krnckett.
BOSTON , Sopt. 28. The Dorchester branch
of the British-American association last
nicht resolved that no British-American can
vote for Mr. Brackott ( republican candidate
for governor ) in this campaign und bo true
to the principles of the Biitish-Amcrican
association. This in based upon the state
ment that. .Brackctt was inv'.ted ' to attend
the queen's jubilee banquet and refused , and
a short time after made a speech ut u land
Sopt. 20. The Cologne Gazette
says the proposal of the chief of the general
Btuft of the liussian army , that a second line
of rails bo laid to the western frontier , is oo-
ing carried out despite the opposition of the
minister of finance. Three bundled locomo
tives nnd the requisite amount of rails have
beea ordered for delivery in May. This will
complete the strategic network of Russian
railways , ' llicieasing tlio capacity to mass
troops on the Gorman frontier.
Sherman Hlecteil Provident.
CINCINNATI , Sopt. 2(5. ( At the business
meeting of the society of the Army of the
Tennessee to-day , General Sherman was
elected president , llosolutlons were ndoptsd
asking favorable consideration by congress
of liberal pension laws , and ono relating to
the recognition of the military telegraph
corps. After the reading oi papers , the
Tim Humane Society.
LouiaviLifflt Sept. 20. At the American
Humane association to-day a resolution was
adopted that the association requests every
state nnd local society in the union to on-
iQeavor to obtain from the legislature u law
matting it a penal offense to'dehorn cattle ,
dock the tails of horses and to shoot pigeons
nud other llvo birds from traps.
Iowa Pension * ( JranUMl ,
.v. Sept. 20. [ Special Telegram
to THE Bi.n. ] Pensions allowed lowans :
'Original invalid Ddnl. Huffman , Walter S.
Scott , Franklin Goicor , Arthur M. Burrls.
lecreaso John H , Stlno , Leu I R , Bennett ,
.TamoD M. Heath. Walluco Ren , .Martin
Bromley , Thos. Wilson , Edward Cain , John
D , Baker , Thos. Jones ,
OfllorrH Killed ly n li pnrado.
WOODVIU.K , Tox. , Sopt. 20. Deputy Sher
iff Rhodes , Of Polk county , and Constable
Wolters'on , of Tyler county , were Killed at
Warren yesterday whllo attempting to ar-
jcstuinan named John Boll , said.to bo a
jcattlo Milof and refugee' from Montgomery
county , The o Ulcers were shot through tbo
head aud died immediately.
Kiindti for HI. Ijoult. ' Klevatcd.
ST. Louis , Sept. 20yonl was received
hor'a from Now York that a loan of $0,000,000
for the construction of an elevated road in
this city has boon successfully negotiated ,
and that Adolpuug Upnzano , u civil engineer
of thut city , will soon bo hero to coininonco
the work of construction.
Dull til IlfCOKl.
PROVIDENCE , R. I. , Sent. -Samuel L.
Caldwell , ox-prcsideat of Yutsar college ,
died to-day after a brief illneas.
Lisuox , Sept. 20 , The duke of Co I m bin , a
brother of the king of Portugal , U dead.
NuwYonif , Sept 0 Wtiilo attending the
funorali of Colonel Gouverueur Curr , the
journalist , touuy , Jacob A. VYaterhonso , a
Iriend of ttio docoatodand a member of nit
regiment during the war , dropped dead of
imr < lvuBis.
TOOK HIM FOR A DYNAMITER
Modlolno for Asthma Mistaken for n
AN AMERICAN'S ' PREDICAMENT.
Ilo I * Placet ! Utulor Arrest by German
Omolals Altlioiiuli Carrylui ; a
Letter or Introduction from
Jn ID OB O. Bin I no.
A SiiNploloiiH Mixture.
NEW YOKK , Sept 20. [ Special Tolcpnxm to
TUB BEE.--lIoward | Douglas , n prominent
business man of Cincinnati , who arrived
hero f rom Enropo yesterday by tha Mcntnci
City of Paris , hart nn unusual experience
whllo abroad1. Although armed with letters
of introduction from his Tnortd\ Secretary ol
State Jumps G. Ulnino , ho was nrrostod in
Gormnny on suspicion of bo hit ; n nihilist ,
To make matters woi'so , the Gorman police
cfllclnli discovered In one of hla trunks
something which they pronounced dymunlto.
"I am n sufferer from nsthmn , and that IB
what , led to my arrest , " said Mr. Douglas
last evening. "Tho direct cnuso wna the
remedy that I use for the complaint. At the
Gorman bonier , of course I hud to submit to
nn inspect Ion of mv baggage. In one
of mv trunks was n preparation
of saltpetre and other chemicals.
which I used ai n euro for iisUinm. Mixed
togetlior , the stuT ( is of n blackish color. 1
hnd also m thu truulc nu apparatus used lu
preparing it. The ofllcial wlio was Inspect
ing soon ruBhod away from the trunic In nn
excited sort of.vay. . Presently lie returned
with four other ofllcials , mid they iipprouolicd
my trunic In the most cautious manner. Then
thcro was B very nultnated conversation
among them. 1 could miiko out just enough
ot what they were saying to understand that
they believed I was a nihilist whom they
had caught rod-handed , nnd that they believed -
liovod they 'would bring great distinction
upon themselves by causing my arrest. J
regarded the matter as n Joke , and calmly
"Before very lone two of the biggest of
the officials pounced upon mo und marched
mo off. I exhibited my loltors of introduc
tion , but the odlcials only shook their heads
and said amqng thpuisolvos that the letters
were forgeries. I Insisted that they should
simply keotf mo under guard until the letters
were sent , to tile United States consul and an
analysis of the supposed dynamite was made ,
After considerable hesitation thin was agreed
to , and in the meantime 1 remained under
strong guard und separated from my wife.
After several hours of tedious waiting the
letters wore pronounced genuine nnd nu
analysis of the medicine proved that it was
what I had claimed. "
Kansas Young Ainu Accused of
LcAVEXwouin , Ivan. , Sept. 20. [ Special
to the Bun.J Julius L Bailey , of Heno
county , was to-day rcloasod from the stuto
penitentiary at this place , having been par
doned by Governor Humphrey. Bailey has
an interesting history.
On Soutcfflbcrll , 1SS3 , he wna convicted
of tie ) murder of his fulhorJosmh P. Bailey ,
under the following circumstnncos : On'tho
occasion of the visit of the Rev. H. F.
Ilickolc and family , relatives of'tho Baileys ,
the elder Bailey slept temporarily in nn Im
provised bed in a disused corn crib. One
morning the son arose early and went to thc >
crib to get seine cobs witli which to start a
iire. Arriving at the crib holound Ins father
breathing hard and in an unconscious condi
The old gentleman hnd been murdered
with some blunt instrument , his fnco being
fearfully baitorcd up. Julius was tried for
murder nnd tlio only damaging testimony
adduced was the statement of the young
man's mother , that ba'd feeling existed
between father nnd son nnd medical testi
mony to the effect that the murdered man
had only lived a few minutes after being
struck. A few duvs before the trial ono
Chambers , formerly employed ny Bailey ,
disappeared and has never since boon scon
in the vicinity.
During the trial the mother of the prisoner
displayed the most heartless indifference
und as her son was led forth in manacles to
n murderer's cell , she coolly crowded for
ward and claimed her witness fuss.
She drove her son's wife from the honso
nfter His conviction. Since young Bailey's
conviction public sentiment in Rcnu county
hua been turning stcadilv in his favcr and
tlio people are unanimously In accord with
the pardoning board in recommending Bai-
THI3 NORTIIWISSTHICN OIUSI3.
A Special Msotlni ; of the AVestcru
Freight Folks to Consider It ,
CHICAGO , Sept. 20. fSpnclal Telegram to
Tnc Bun.J A special mooting of the West
ern Freight association was called for this
morning to consider the northwestern situa
tion and the alarming spread of low rates
down the Mississippi to within 101) ) mlles of
The situation was still furtnor compli
cated by the issuance yesterday of n tpj-iftby
the St. Louis , Keolcuk & Northwestern in
connection with the Burlington & Northern ,
i educing tlio flrst class basis from St. Louis
to St. Paul to a 51 } cent from the present C'i
Chairman Faithorn sent a telegraphic re
quest to the St. Louis , ICookuk &fNorth-
western asking them to at least temporarily
withdraw tlio tariff , but the answer was re
turned that it was too Iqto , ttio tariff bumg
The general situation was' thoroughly can
vassed this morning in tlio association moot
ing , tnoro being a strongly expressed desire
to restrict the territory in which the rates
taku effect. Nothing definite was done , ttio
mooting adjourning until to-morrow.
DnnioR tlm Humor.
BOSTON , Sept. 20. William II. Strong , ox-
president of the Atchlson , Topoltn & Snntu
Fo railway , telegraphs from his homo that
there is no truth in the report that ho has
accepted -the position of president of the
AcknowltMlijos the J jotter ,
Sept. 20. Corporal Tanrior
was to-day scan by a representative of the
Associated press at his residence nnd ques
tioned ns to the genuineness of the letter
purporting to nave been written by him to
Private Dalzcll mid teloernphod this morn
ing from Caldwcllj O. ilu stated that the
loiter was genuine , and had been written In
strict coiilldunoj ton man whom ho consid
ered as n friend. Ho said the letter wan evi
Snow In W
MILWAUKEE , Sept. 20.Snclnl from
points In northern mid western putts of the
btntu report a bri k HUOW storm prevailing
to-day , The tomneraturo is low.
mmNEi > To n GIIOVND.
A riftcou Tlintinnml Dollar Foutulrjr
Flro ISvo Flromoii liOnroit ,
Last night about 11 o'clock the flro depart
ment was called to McCloiuy ft Oborlo'a
foundry on Twenty-fifth between Blondcan
nnd Burdctto strocU. Thp building wns ono
mass of flames when the llromon roitchoci the
spot , nnd dcspito their efforts the rtrnoturo
WM entl-cly consumed.
While the flro wns In progrcM Captnln
Cnntidy , of Uo o No. 1 , nud Mike Nooiuxn ,
ot No. 4 , were Injured badly , though not
seriously. The two men wore Mantling Juat
in&ldo tlio ilouulo doors flghltnK the ilnmoa In
the roar when the second floor caved In und
they were covortd with a mass ot debrii.
The loss CAiinot bo correctly estimated , but
will bo In the neighborhood of SlS.OOo. All
tholr patterns , some of which were for In
tricate parts of nmchlnory , tvcro bUrncd. Itt
nddltlon to this , the models of the Union
Hydraulic Dr.iln Tlio comp.my wore burned ,
nmong wlih'h was n model fora new mauliluo * m
which Is valueil utM.OuO , the Invontlon bcitift
in an ombrvonlo stitlo.
'Jho flro broke out from n coke oven In thu I
northwest coruor. The linn had beflu doing
some heavy casting during the day mid the
u.xtrcmo heat hnd ( tried everything so that it
burned like tliulor. To ami to the dilllculty ,
the IIOBO broke several times , putting the
ilremoii to serious inconvcnluiico.
Vanillin .tlnUot nn Arrest ,
DoUctlvo Vnunhn mndn an nrrest yostor-
day. It was-a boy fourteen years of ngo ntifl
the ofllccr got htm to thu station without
nsslstaacc. The lad had slni.pcd n youngster
of his own ngo because the latter lilt him In
the uyo with a i-ottou tomato. Judge Borkn
hunrd tlio in.-uuir , and , nsuorulniiig that the
llltlo fellow wus n hard working lad , dis
A \Vrniniic ] I'npur Trust. - .
CIIICAOO , Sept. 20 At a meeting of the
Western Wrapping Paper association to-day
a committee wns appointed , the result of '
whose worlt , If successful , will bo a wrap
ping paper trust , Tlm movement has been
under wny several months.
Jctnquln Miller Says Wo Don't I'ra-
noiuioa OiirNnmu Ki l > t.
I rend in the puido-boolcs that I tun
the man who gave this oinbryo otnpiro.
uud incipient stuto its uumo. Whether
or not this bo U-uo is of very little im
port ; but it is very important that this
sweet und sonorous niiino ho pronotiueou
propurly , and spolloii propurly ug well ,
says Jonciuiii Miller in tlifl Now Ypi-Jv ,
Jndopoiicluiit. The future litoruturo
the harvest thnt la to eomo nfter nil thin
hivrd plowing nnil jiluutinff , of- this
present gutiortitlou , tlio art'iuiditho r < J-
linomont Unit is to follow , will iiiulst oh1'1
getting buck to the tin mo that hns ow- '
( lured for centuries and cbnturipd p > \
the lips of the Indiiin. X/ot / t s not pot
too far away from the names suid the
pretty moaninga of them. I-ilah-hoI
the light on the niountmn ; Oropon
Aure il-agua hoar the fulling water ,
etc. , u'.c.
.Yes , I admit thnt I nin not , sent out
through these lands to lind fault with'
the pronunciation oC munee by the woo-
plo. i know very well that I aui em
ployed to point out the priuo and the
quality of real estate , gold mines , cowfl ,
sheep , hogs , horses and town lots ; hUtit
is enough to split my enrs wide opou li ? '
hear Longfellow's pretty name O-itm-mv
uontinually called O-my-huw by the
larger half of a half-million people in i
that prelLv city. And this is only one. J
example of buch butchery and had \iso %
of sweet names ; but I have only space
now to say that , as a rule , all those
th reo-sy liable names aud nearly all ,
Indian uatnos aru of three syllailosT- .
that the accent is thrown heavily on tho. .
middle syllable , as Dakota , TaroTnn ,
Spolmnb , etc. But right liorp I am pain-1
fully reminded of tlio fact that Spo-
kauah , from which place I wrote last,1 '
certainly calls herself "S po-Oanl" The
ghosts of all good Indians ought to HBO
up and haunt her with acalping-knivoB
aud tomahawks till she is willing to
&peak her sweet name with somewhat
of the respect to which its soft und
dreamful syllables entitle it.
or A HUBBLE. ,
Biifl'uloV Natural Gii-4 Fuel Compnuy
ic Nn Store.
T3ulTalo's great natural ga ? bubble has
finally burst. It did not ilissblv.c 'GO" tile ,
"all ut on co and nothing lirsf'-principlo ,
described by Dr. Holmes , saya the Hut-
falo Exi-ess. ]
Daniel O'Dav , presideutof the UufTalo
Natural GaB Fuel compiiuy , feoundd tlio
death knell in an interview printed this
morning. There ib not nor will bo iny
gas for factories. Thosupply for house
hold purposesdoes not equal the demand.
No now sources of supply have boon
fen nd ; the tin o pipeline will not carry
all the gaa that miglifbo forced through
it , and the company shrinks from the
the cost of building unothor.
Mr. O'Day oven Bays : "Wo can no
compote with the cheap grades of coal
Unit are used. Even in Pittfeburg , I
am told , right in the noighburhold of
the gas Holds , they are /hiding / that'
they can not do it. The manufacturers
understand thai wo can not furnish
them with gas at the rates for Which
they can get choim bituminous coil. ; Wo
can compote with tinthruc'ito. but not
xvlth the cheaper grades. " Did , Mr.
O'Day ' over assort that gas was cheaper
than eoiiiy Probably not. But bomo of
his friends have , and , when the Express
proved to tlio contrary , it was jeered ut
by the natural gas organs.
The company hi ! a prolltablo mon
opoly in supplying fuel gas for hoube-
hold purposes. J3ut the poor manufac
turers , for who&o benefit principally the
gas was introduced in Uuflalo , ami who
wore deluded into getting up petition
to the council that tlio company might
bo allowed to furnish gas to them at re
duced rates , they inuM remainout in the
cold. Mngnillcont bubble with your
obedient common council , your lHuoa of
stuck to Iriendly newspapers , and your
pretense of general philanthropy yet ,
you have burstl
T\v < > Opinions.
Pnclc : Old Mr. Funds I can't ' ace ,
Jlni-ry. why you llnil it necessary to
draw your salary in advance this way.
I'm Hiiro the other young men In the
olllco are saving up money out of theirs.
JJurry You are all wrong there , uncjo.
I never know n Ingle ono of thum to
have moro than ir cents in his ixjcket
whun I happened to want to borrow SI.
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