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Y PIQ.f BQUCICAUIT DEAD fSZVMONlA SUDDENLY ENDS U ;v WONDERFUL CARXER.,- .: - , ' cisn o- the mon ,- coirmcvoci sxauia pkaxatist or fai nn ; TBCVTB OtHTCKT Hlf PLAT. . DIM Beaetonnlt M mr suddenly fa his ; Mitirt at ioa wmi ruty-flfu mi at ao a'el ImI svealux. hfx BoaateMlt ted pot ltrl wait wi tor ma ytart, and lata k kM iWn mi; sign, of ftiwf BeeltA He wm. - svntysght ,nld,Besurdlng to tha record at tk Mto ''af theatrical biography. Ba wm takes 81 U ynrtedelphtewhMhMlsstplay.-A Poor Bhuttos." produced On. ths fust WMk la Aa-gMt,tarsaxr?idsstefitlto b oat and stteadlsg to ato wrtwufy datto wksa ths plsy m pinntod at Daly Tkssvtra, Aa 14. sum , tta k kM bSB Vigor agk tOVTlU sharp tetter to th mvpn, ta his fa, Utf MiMTi objecting to kMtUs t rtt-aiem af kto plsy, u tt . wh . kopa4 that as mM 7 Br to " th goldea agssf Imtimn yaars. B caaght a MTWI said last Ttesday, whtok quickly dvlopd tato yum cala, bat Wdndn vniag ke felt m much batter that k left kls bad, ana . m torn! Teaterdey morning, however, hs and a tatepss, aad the mslsdy attacked kls kert aad kle pkystetea aaaoaae that the m ! wm nm. El death wm kapplly pslnlsaa He wm aoaaeloBa to th tost. Ble wife wm st kle bedside whea a dtod. At e let hur last night tketmeraletreacemeaUked Bet bees, decided pea. . Itwald b bvioly tmpeemtbl to (It a eaprekemtlTe aoooont at the remarkable ca ' reer ef Ola gifted, nergettc, sud brilltoat Irish-u , wlthla tke limits ef as ordinary Bswtpsper artieto. A list of kla principal play a-A the aaaM of the important ehareo-ton he acted esanot eoavey a just Idee of his wesderfsi vsrssttUty sad the figur he kM hud ta the psblle eye for aearl; half a oeatary. BJo work m ' a playwright be-gaa la 1M1 with " Loadoa AMoraaoa," which, altkoogk tt wm saerely aa laUtetloa of the pure-17 arttaolsl Xagliah ooatedr ef the lMt eeatary, arrlvM klstf aad he kM predaetd la 1890 a aew pUy wrtttea to It the requlreneati of aa Aaterleaa ehsneter" oomedlaa of the aew Blast he knnt vpoa tke SagUsk theatrieal world like s ateteor. aakaowau maheralded. aa strlpllaa with a Play la kls werthx of the fame ef Ctalm&m HolerofV a play of whlok aaether the aathorahla. bat oae that klwaj he kaewsM kla, Beaeleaolt kM bsto keoaldla, Bto aame hM alwars beea fat sight; ke kept abrsart of the Cm almost to tap Ust , V Hs wrote meay bad plays. Be helped klmaelf to autsrlsl wheiwrsr hs f oaad It Be " adapted' . hMrsVtoash plays thaa aay other XagUsk play- . wrlght of his time, aad ke wm aot always oar. fl toalreeredittothe Freaek dramatlot Bat he leatef his ewa laszhaasttbia rltallty aad rlek Irlak komer to moot of the works ks adapted." - : If hehadarror writtea aaythlngbnthU thrM host kaowa Irlak dramas, kls aame would Ura, B weat oa the stag at the age of thirty years, aad ha boom i oa of the foremost aotors of kls era. U he had aot wrtttea a line, his aame would aerar bar beea forgottea by people who ksre seea him aot kt ylMa Ooppaleea, Shaaa the Post, aad Ooaa the Shaaghraoa. Bu Xsrrr kas beea preaonaeedby some sagaotooa rtttos saparlor to Begnler VssUa which tt wm loaadod. For more thaa thirty years kts hame wm aaaoelated with the tame of ' wrery aaaneat aetot ea the w-gw-h-ipeetlm stag. Bs wm th theatre manager's saatastay. galda, phUesopher. aad frlaad. A playkyBoaeteaaltwM always eagerly aoagkt for, aad ale km has lifted from many a play. .keoM a load of fallare aad started maar a yonag actor oaths road to fortaaa, jlHoa Boaeteealt wm bora la Dublla, aeeordlag PMeae, Ie& W. 182a, the "yewseeteoarf t 2!?' efiThe.teri to that he wm earned for ta eelebrated : Jrtokphylola. DfcaysMUrdBsr JFmso M?! WM.odaoated -party la fcablattd Parttyat Udo. Ualtr.-H, wlis IT aakaowa la 1 oSoa whoa his drat alavaatmm. laaed the f4aygoere! -T 1-oadoa Aawiraaee" a eomeflT ta Are seta, ; TVtE? 0rd Aostre hfaroh " tl ifv-""-1 7 kU wife, MMeJcMa-: i Mi mon" rarrea. air Hi rtt HarUr. ataddiot Mra.MUblvLedr Oayi hi me. ITl W ill m Timl AHU iriv. favorably reeelTed. uTbhi sarprlM wm fES , teauthor-wk. portory,- aad eaooseafally aeted at U th prWpeJ Kacllah aad Mrteaa the. Af Hf' Beyaavkea Thoair. Bept. la, IU iU. Boaeloaaira thtrd play, toilsd -lima kUteri or, A Oai tSl rlihJrt?,m V-? M aalag madeapof ds aad ends of 7other works, laeladlag Mrs, ?wl?rth0 te th P " ha MrUUekapl fra U "Charles O'hUllsy." The character tt S"4" wadu fromnbToowtori play, bet the pteee, wkJoh wm aethlag mot Z42t? U9S- wm-wU Meelredby th C6" . Womea- a eeaUmeatal omedy. PaeedbyklkBoaeleaalt at Gereni yii imns uea - a.- lata, wm a "JS. iSL " 014 BMdiTaad YiaaJ ?2,rTd,M5?,M t. HTaarkt KoV. .l44,llTesVstioay, aadUiuli MtMDfTut 5fTLMi pi sjampis of the old styla sf arttnolal oomedy. - The Bchool for Bohem-ftf! J5 at th Baymarket Pa. . 4$j? ad Ooad deaoa." a eemdlette from the jTeaoh. at the same theatre May a. 1S4S, He XalghtofArra," ThoM plays are aowpraqtteally T ?kaa Vow? aaada tattaa from the reaeh - 1Abbaye d Castro?" TodBr-tl ladoa Olympl i':,5. "J U aad -Th Qbmb of Bpados.", 4id Serlbs'e La Dam da HoCm Mweenlt made hU first appearaaee as aa f, BeWMtoa,aeeordtaeeeMptod ST?Tl2ilrtr roars ell Hs appeared la SJSKSJiH Vamplr.- Tato wm merely a i-lJ,??M-lHstka4 hadeiready I Uadoa aad that had a rrsook "tfaaL It wm a horrible sabjeet, bat hie per-formaaea ef the vampire. wWadaU. Mto Ta Jpamsd for It aleTMaeee, At th Si m l?,t75S2wj! l004 ow-Ls Cher: Ameiea:ahUV. f'?1 " " i"iul iVhad1 hlt1 - EXLt Mreraf of hie ewa aUM!- Jf to th Smerloaa "smw asama wa-aj anrolAdl sTaTlmm A t eaeteaalt pUyed so VsUm rliJn-were theapt4U tuTnJS toe-e laaa,eisp,eT. , l6ike WroSSa out a aew oomedy ceiled ThkilTrM loa QuUotTuTioad. wateh waaSiS'; foonded a Us aaiy.iaTaav''tSi wbiefe X. W. aberteoa aiteWa ffLsS. " Osrrtck- a4 JeaaM4j2erV t??C tor leTey,- Inn t hJarf.ir m -Lew r taMaM,- r$M lor bchemlag,-) -fiT IrUkHeS2S?i and -Loadoa AaaaTaaoe.'' wenT hiSr??, acu4 tbat jear at WaJJacVi aVdar h?.?fl jnprUioa. la 154 he wrote hTeoZ'Ji tWiin.r iMlartgae-s -Lsals XI.- whtea a2i a.ooe beea made aepopeiar by the aednaS bark isaa. C. WTSsId-fc. 4'. lrrui. It wm read by hintm aaffi t?.iSpi Vkp. loaf aftetwardta. STerl.r Theatreea Broadway. Ooaldoekwae the orKriaal Lesis XL touts soitrV. 1 -7? was r a aaaeoaoraUe prsUaoUoa U the acll of 1 m La ore iieaeTlheeTrar SiaS oaul e a lainoae aialodrama,-J aaet Pride," toaaX 04 oa a trsnek p'y eabed - htarteJeauT" Vm rtiafl ta 1V4 at Wsiiaok's. . . la us iUivr pan let that yer hemoraed to J. n U and at Drajr Laa Theatraj ihai. 4 at t.. s r i r ' gr nrat ef tit STOlMst Tt, imt ih. i a th. b eX that I sac, aad - tsd eerge ZSZZI. . . iieweieaait rotanad daw . heavYerh. It wm dona Brteat-iTwa aoted la 1 Sol athawj, MM It wm adapted for the Unin ktTit liTT-iy14? aadlteeSae J2t rrey Tbsetre. aad aVBaV fett, whose -PrMe aad PoTsrtr- waaamTTs theitraad. la 1 SdsTalW kfeeelce? rtJ u 4.. J?ar' Taat utett UU of - Th Streets of Leadea Thmttmitl fSSte' SsaaSrri At Wallacra, darlar tale period. hO w lt predaeW bis uilltary pUyed - Jeam. the a7. MrBo-ttirS iKrts of that ladJaa aaa jum Bel BwTTb7puT.ru"ir " "T", Ladla. which wm probe4lyprtT ku"1 H auperlBteaded nW rtrlTaW JU' dortag thtoperlod. ad wvw JBBBT AT aja Bolmo tr- u thai lli . ooBSpfoaoas KaglUk dramaZut. "T"'" oa aa aetor oa the Eaaliah stace Pr; already aamed he hadirt tkatttme aizsM aad "Doa Caeear da - mS TrHfhtT"17 ky outer Xagliah .xaetb a - wM aaw aw naal XW JSUIOI afafl Waadl kw, m BartoeJTeir Thee. IHoSm beglaalagox the soaeoa ef Tfc-TTSr WM renamed Viator Cardaa Theatr. Mr. - Boueteaait wm the stag director aad dramatist of the haass. hfe VSH,sHa EoorUon- aad hire. Job a Wood were the leading aetora. Booetoauirs dramatt-aatloaef tckena's CbrtotmM atory, eaedth -Crloket oa . the Hearth,'' was thecal SJfpn tha played Caleb rESZ aaer for the first time, Ajcbm Sohartam played Dot, aad air. JohTwodTUly Uowbo? Th Winter " TheOctoroon-wm rodaoed at J Inter Oardaiv. TkU wm Mr. BoucWlt drat drama of Amerioaa life, aad wm oae of the most aoaasful he erer wrote. JeCeraoa was the onglaalteiom Boadder, and Boaeieaolt played He rwired from th theatre altogether, kow-STr, long before th first rua o( -The Oote-rooa" wm flaUhed. aad, with Miss Boa "rUB wh was thea kaowa m Mrs. Bouctoaalt, Joined forces with Laura Keeae at her theatr oa Broadway, afterward kaowa for so long aa the Olympic. , There hs produced his "Jesanle Deaas," adramatlsa-Uoa ef Boott's - Heart of Midlothlaa." Oa hlareh Hi' l8?0- ' WM followed by kla sine famous Irtah drama, -The Colleen Bawa.- Tale wm foaaded oa a aorel by Gerald Orlffla eaUed ,.TJ?a CtoMa.- wbieh had beea published la London la the twenties, goon after Ue publlcaOon a drama foaaded !.JV ,cU?d TT O00Baor," had beea aeted in London, bat this bad beea forgottea for fears before Mr. Boaeieaolt's play wm wrtttea. he story at SUy O'Connor that Orlffla telle aad Boucloealt hM made kaowa wherever the f Hah language u spoken to a true story, aad lair's grav la still shown to travelers la Ireland. The east of "The Colleen Bawa- at Laura Keeae's Theatre Included Boaoloaolt m Mytoe aa Coppelcen, Agnee Bob-ertooa as lly O'Connor, Charles WheaUeUh m paaay Mann. Charles Fisher as Kyrle Daly, Laura Keeae M Anno Chute, and J. O. Bnraett m Father Tom. it to aot likely that the play aver had a better cast Mr. and Mrs. Bo eieaalt returned to England after ths run of Ths Colleen Bawn" at Laura Keene's. and la September, i860, they appeared la that play at tae Adslphl. Daring Ust season they acted Myles aadEUyS60 times In Londoa aad the provlaolal cities. When - The Oeto-rooa- wm vroduoed la London, ho v. 18. 1S61. Mr. Bouoieault himself appeared as Balem 8c adder, the pert acted la this country ;r MAJarenos- At ua same theatre .Feb. id 1863. he produced - Th Dublla Boy," a versioB of vaaderbmoh's L Gamin de Parts.- aad aroh 1. lHtti, -The Life ef aa Actress," ha which he appeared m OrtmaldL Grt-maldl wm the famous Bnaltoh paato ad eomedlaa aad the story of kl;,Ure..m! by Charles Dickens. The table of Mr. Boaeieanlta play wm aot foaaded aa taet, however, aad his ortmaldi wm obviously a reproduction of Beribe and Legoov' - Ml-ftoaet- -His - Cricket oa the Hearth- wm first produoed at the Adelphl April 14, 181 He leased Drary Lane Theatre for a tew moatha la the Fall of 1868, aad prodacsd for the first time In Loadoa " Jessie Brows, or. The Belief of Lack-Mwplaylng. aot Kaaa Banlb, bat Corporal la Da'blln. Vovember. 'l86. Mr. Boadcaalt produeed the second of hla three famous Irish Prtaeeseheatre, Loadoa. hfarea 80. I860, m BoaoioaultMdAgnM Uoberteoa sppeering m Shaaa ths Poet and Arras MMllah, Uwaeevea nor sasceeaful thaa - Ths CoUeea Bawa.- aad vinpeiilUT nodMel la all the principal olUea of Jlaad. Amepoa. and Australia. Anrraach varaloB of it, produeed at th Oalte. la Paris, with th title" Jeaa UPoeteV oa tos aooestvl toadaies,- held the m stag tor ItoSJitH one ever found aa -origtaal-of -anah aa Pogaa," Tae plot aad situation, as weU m the characters and bright dlalogaaTal! BMmto hare originated la Mr. Boas7suirs actlv brain, la loA joeepk Jeffsrson reaebed Loadoa after a tour of Ute world westwardfrem Vow-York. He had failed to maka a tovorahla tmprassioa at Winter Oardea Thearfmtr " Blp ' Vaa winkle,1 made by klmaelf en tae baals of aa old alterpieos wrinea by ato half-brother, Charles BurteTlaAaewalia? however, kla performance of Rip had been se tavorahly rseeWed that Mr. Jeaeraoas eptntol that a oeold make a memorable dramaUoiMir-aoaag f Irvlafs bar was strengthened, e realised the aeed of a ekJUully-mad playTkew. over, aad applied to the author of Taxrahaa Pogus" for aasUtaaoe. Mr. Bouoieault' s eon-TaaUoaal but efrsotlre drama called Bin Yaa Vinkls- wm th medium of Mr. JeXrareoa's tetrodaetioa t th Londoa pahUo. Bept, 4. IMS. His portrayal tfElp wm accepted without kealtattoa m m 1 ?aiNrt,work"t "!U dramatl art, Mr. l?MMtott'!.FJf .WM faraliy eondemned or dlimtoaedwlUi lalat pratoet but Mr. Jaffsreoa, who had after many ysars of earaeet toil at last --7 " . :r w wm vtvugni out at tbe laarnae. -..A 1 A . fame, has aever failed to aekaowledg ato ta-debtedaeestoth skill aad experteao? la stage. m.w iiiibbi irisa snwMUfc jsawtnor Jltto? J57 Betoault for Jeflereoa. celled The Pariah Cast.- was aot very an 0 easeful. At the Loadoa Lyceum, thaa under the maa agemaat ef Charlee Faehtor, MrTBoaeleaeit'a "i!? , US LM rtto" wm prodaeed to Beptsmber, 1866. Thto was founded ea two aoveis, -Mary Bartoa- and " Lluie Leigh.- bat th famous telegraph seen wm om of Bond. aairs Most lageaious aad most saeeesaful theatrical lnveaueaa. H playd Johaay Ballly. th Irish sailor, la Loadoa, bat aever appeared U tf r"- "Tk Long StrthV- was speedily brought over th oeeaa. however, aad presented el itio Olympi Theatre, ta taisaity. whea J. H. Stoddart. aew the pviaotpal oaM-Uaaaf Mr. Palmar Oompaay m the Hail lava Sonar Theatre, played Lawyer Meaeypenny, and asade the first popular kit of kls oarees, HuatedDowar.The TwoUvm of Mary Leigh.' fward pTiseated hare by Laura Aeeae at Line dwtars Theatre oa Broadway wm pro-daoed at ths St. James's Thnatra, Loadoa; ta avmbr, 18&6V Louisa Herbert wm Mary Leigh there, aad Hoary Irvtag. thea only aa se-toomod aetor of stage villain, waeBawdoa ftoadamor. Ada Dyaa wm ato la th easa, - - After Dark, a Tale ef Leadea Life,- a mala. drama, which contatnen praetloally the aame railroad aoeoe that had beea the prlnctnel in-eideat ef - Uader the Oaallgbt, by Aanaatla Paly, prodneed at th hew-York lWtre. oa Broadway, cppoalt Wavartoy Place, ta 1887, wm, brought oat at th Prlaoeea's Tkaatn, la Loadoa, , Aug. .12, . I808. It wm pre-aeated here, at hthle'a, eooa afterward, aaa the ameBefwra, Messrs. Jams A Pa later, war compelled to pay to Mr. Daly a atohtly royalty for the aa ofthe eoeae he had la rented. At Lwary Lane Theatre, la Augast,186a. Bouoieauit produced ato - Formeaai or. The Bailroed ef Love." a melodram deallaa ptriaetpaily with th walaar idee of -fast life" a a aatveratty, aad tatrodaetag - a ptetortol ' reprseenter tka at aa Oxford aad Cam bridge boat raoe, This was afterward -done her M -Hlble'a. la 1870 he brought oat M the soma boms "Pan! Lafarga,-A Dark bilgst Vera." aad "The Rappexee.- Th last aam4 wm tried here at hlLilo's wttkout oapoooa. . Another failure, both at th Helbora Theatr. la . Londea, ta Deeoniber, 1870, aad at ths Fifth Avaau Theatra, aTew-Yerk, a year later, was "Jeaebel: or. The Dead Tteekoalng. founded ea a Trench play with th osesrful tlUo of -La Paada,- by Michel Msaeoa aad Aal et Bourgeois. At the hlfth Avaau Theatra vea ta alreadr-reoosn Morris could aot float "J d aot float "Jsaebel. -. 1873. la partnership with a atace-r. th tart of Loadeebereuirm, Mr. leased Caveat Qardoa Theatre aad tbe speetacsiar fairy play oalled ariv In track peer, MmmIMiiU I produeed tbe spectacular fairy play -Babiiaaa vuoa,- im un toet menv thoa-aaads of pauads, bat th spsetaoular display wm admitted to be th finest evsr seea la Loadoa. la tne FaU of 1878 Ma, aad Mrs. Boaotoaalt (Agne Robert sea) returned te America after aa .abaaac ef twalv years. They appeared at Booth's Theatr is " Arrah aa Pogu,- Jessie Browa,--The Colleen Bawa,- "Deti r, Th Cklokst oa the Hserth." and ether familiar plays, aad ato la Aerry; or, h'tght aad Moralag.- aa adapta-ttoa of Mms. Oirardla's -LaJoifaltPar.ftla which Begator famoua part. Ueel. wm traae-foRaedlato an eld Irish ervaat aad played with zqulelt paUvo aad deAlahtful hamer by Mr. Boueteaait, bs also Improved th pieee, tor Aagia-bsxoa aadleae, by mltsing th ttr som. ersterloal morAer of th Preach sts end tnaling the hro'ne tae mlaetng here's wi.s. V r Vwww.&u it A Si r. tlnanln i e lUUMi a a. eg in aa a-war fc..ia uus toaasrtade uia home ta tie country aad sayy vteued k nt lead enoeeliinslli - . t.L???Uil,JlWu octeaalt predueed. ta the eeyeatlee. tawiodraaas eel led iBeltoLT 'J2i faUtbS th 'hem. treating of a resiaan af llfela th 5t25 war J ha revamped aadjw? daaad aadar a bow tttia ta Bostoa aaiBtew-Terk I. few year ago. Hi "Led Astrav.' ZTfZfi aTtheCaioa 8aara Theatre ta the Winter ef 187- wHh great sa SSIm Zf Hi.11 w' weU ladwa. 7tm2L7- to'- la 1876Tbe Bhaaghraaa.1 ta third af kla popular Irlak pUyaasafaTatosd MgoodM th oUhadlU Melyaouxof H. J. Meetsra. STfi-eVBrJfe-S1 Af W taoHrvey j2JL a Bt!tJmA th rather Dolan ef apotoltaetiatedV vbS FiWi5L5,rt mdlmA rostte Mnbi-r'iaite ft. J?-?. iur Tkoatr TiZ'l?i fe1 woaly beea sum la 1' laBMtoa. Thto TTT- "?r enspteie tae list of am nlara. Uls aaeUraveaered ncas 'J kakas doae 3 more Ttaaa fsJrly repreeeat the work rfui vTuIKtI ade,"X "fJKt iberleee play ef ato. w.,ch were ackaowledged by aim fff.sach m - FrWddeal tompt of Oaart, and -The Wllloa him to be merely ea Ft " m rv. WllMwOopss." Ha itauaootittoa. Four or firs rears aew Mr ?rS khiSreth I-wrthm penyrAbont two yaawharat oUaedi- tow attstekUatooafaawTheaiSy T S0S0Z8 TO A BRATS' OFFICER. oonunu jnrni "wv mcxlax ru- UXTBO WITH A GOLD WATCH. oukL Sept. lSv-Oov. Jackaoa this mbbtbowb preesmted to Commander Dennis W. B, Wjstatot Ksvy.a kaadaems gold vatoiuwltt ehata aad charm, voted him by the kla gaUant eerrle at fiamo. pTnt wm pwrinbsaed troai Heanegaa. Bates Oa. f Baltimore. Th watch hM been maoh admired by those wee have mm Tt, and Z tory of Btate Le I Compta, whTmade aeleet vrMlttUh2S5 Ssk7ka poadoo. Vot filly hM th 8Uterf Marrland Pflf klmi testimonial f Ito aWracUuSS cinsrTlu . , m UaW DUsl MM ass tkmn tovorabiy rsported la th hL at" Birasea jLMONO TEX POLITICIANS. x-fleaator TkomM (X Dunham wfU b a eaa-dldats for City Controller, providing ealy oae nStotu ste-i, gsuta, the district, aad a maa whoso tategrttr hM SouS?15n TV oa.fthVf "Jlfade ofi th County Democrat who re- UU- B to .UU aa lade- pwes,aM wouia oertamiv a atroag and formidable eaadldata, - mayor uraatj is sow aa honorary membe f th jraOoasi Colored Democratic Tariff Be-fon AMoeUOoa. Hs wm' alsotad by th Executive Committee at Its last meeting. The headquarter f) th aasoclatloa to at lA West ItoPjrasldaaiha wjittaato th Mayor lnform-Inghlm of kle lection.and aoneludlag m folio as: -Trusting that you will aooept the same. MWare determlaed to work for a dlvtotoAai eawetefTV Twtw. - MoamouU B TJadorhlQ af Whit Plala bm dedlaiad kJasatlf to a aa tndepeadent oandl-dato for th . Assembly ta ths Second Westchester District, bis platform balag -Ballot reform aad parity la pollUaa." - TkA liqaor Dialers' Aseoclsttoa bm pramleed, aeoordlng to eommoa rumor, to raise fioTooo toratoctolattva oorrupttea fond, to be used la eiaoslna- tta frhas. nml A-tSZf .ILT "hrewd poUtteal observers declare that the TaForoe,aad aarsr bills wlU otthBa-puUlesas flva Btetsber of Congress aadaftaaa mamhers af assembly la thto Btate this Pall. . i njr nw coxrrr. bTb, Lonfi, 8pl 18. Th orgaalsatloa ef a mw trust company wm perfected kar to-day. It wm Basaadt-Tk Mlasisslppl Taney Trust Company- and th capital wm placed at n.00000. Pillowing are th Dliotora, som of them the I wealthiest men ta St. Louis: B, Hofftnaa. WlUiamsoa BaeoaT Julius a. OMlH3oddrAWiS fc?4"' V.nr . Ootaard, Frederick W. Paramora, Joel "wood, Thomas T. Turaer. James Caaan-k Dr. ThomM O-BlySeth W. Cobb. LswC company will do 1 aspaay basins. f""7 wiu ue a general nasi IT TEX MTM0Xmtr CJZAJttTJL Tk ballboy tf ths Hotel Taadom. Broadway Bad Forttetn fiirs. m tak s. nou. Vurteralaealcht oa saspietoa. tt to suppoeed. suasaexaews (aomsthlag about ths dlssppsar- aneeertbetla Ji'm IfZJ mmwn ear. - Tt The ojetocstVM aowMaprtooaer. , - TXUSGJUPRIO lurrrrai rtr.KJtdPRJO B. htaryT. arrival at : t''. as oftwo of ato erew-Mathew T. em rnvem w WKlJUal TA bodies war as yeesjeaay tate aswttok HeaeeJM Wen aa baa was bMsyeambed with rasA . , " J-,7, : aayai-1 BsgM. Three tbeeeasd aonara la nin y war atkea. The hwrctorsha torday tBejarf rilerait a vretotefSMtnahw BteesesefOB.,,. n, Bklpvl-. The the puM repaeiaans 1 Jeha A. OalSweU. Hiskllisa. "in I otna nTsawi Apearileaa, First irew- hswilmaial TtaaTlM Mowgar. Dlatriet, aewlaatsd aTkaaeretewn. Jeeish M. WseMsirtee. remieres, t Dlsgiot.ietieealssliS at Keebvfile, J. J. W. Biulaeaiev. Bssahrt SV uetrtok aeeslaated at Aart arena. lad traeu saa . aad Paanak O'MaUer, risjm'j District, both aemfsitig at IMhiaahvtUa. LpSSXS Y: TLXJL f : wSm bibs owns are w at epMUsaseee cembuetMa et raxs m a rahbteh steae. baa tea Mam Is aew had SAateaaras nabs wire. aa 1 I Aaveyeeterdav ei raise M 148 eieaa saasedstoasef fLOvii te fleeces Bras s sap msl-ers. Th swUdtog wm dsaaagsd a0i aaroel aTX'el dealer ta dry seeds aad ate gniiaienre. iximr'". maim mm aumiM Ca I ular , aaaee tm awr aid JtZZr ZZZ ZL "T okasn Bevels, ia MlttJJSES ".V that served and T-ff!rrt - sbart tlm ths preeeaeed aa eddieea taMBsataT Tr , TTT aBteteS : COJfQtxfalOJfAL JtOMTBTATIOira. v ;- Byroa a BsssDmaeafasatx BeOamr ' '" Tt ITbli Tsiawliit aemlaatilatflarteaatl - BLOODSHED H THE HOUSE MB. DlSQLETa BOSS SUFFERS ;.;;; ::. T0M A - COLLISION. J THS MBUU OP imitt UID,I OI : DXB TO LOCK ' DkMOCKATS M THA - CLO8CD DOORS BCA8T OPaat. WssatuHirwa, Sept. laWLaagatoa la aot yet a Btember at th He of Representatives. The Pufiitoaiu have brought ths contest between kirn 1 1 aaa vensnie, th ataHIng mamber.t a vote, ItettokaM that point for lack af a Bepub-aoaaruavMthaDeasoorata aavw anh bat! an aayla compelling th BepubUcana ta fur. atoh th votes from th Bepablleaa ao anart or th Damoeratat to thto hav resulted ta soma attains- as th Bpeaker was at ttmaa in a mA humor, 1 aad wm ooeasloaaUv iaelined te ha eommonlr overbaarlnr kmrf tt, nimmi. Tks-sxpedieat of going oat toeeoape being Ited to make a aneraaa Munmt tM. Bpeaker, aad la th attempt to aoafiaa th Deta-ocrats te their plaoea uader a can of th House thtawMaatasrstotaneesadalitUs accidental bloodshed, ander th lead ef Mr. OTerraH of TirglBla,wk wm helped by a train of Bepch-lleaaladtffevoao. It wm found by th majority to b tmpoe-afbl to mustet more thaa 15 Bepablleaa TOtaa aad, with th rtolbl Democrats coon ted. thsr wm atlll aot a quorum present. The tlm wm ooeupled from U o'clock until S la a snotieoaioa af ra-oslls. There was one to prove ths absence of a quorum, and another on soms other question, and thea a call of th House, aad tt wm aot until the afteraooa wm pretty vaUfoaa that th question wm pat aa approving the Journal of yssterday. Just be-for th Journal was appro red there had Jwl t. M House, whea the Clerk had handed up the report to the desk on Utat motion, and it aad appeared that titers 1 wm a quorum present. The Speaker, in tojjatteanpt to aetoe time by the foretoekTlg-aotad too fast that the House had aot suspended eaUat th Houaa aad ordered that th roll TZrT "V,1" epprovatot u J ournai. Mr. ."sTastloa beea made m wm now made Reed, standing la hia place aad peuslnr ueuoeraiaiy oelnre be answered, threw a little more bray late his drawl thaa oaual as he slow lr retorted: "It Is tint should ha aa4" aw. that each a There were aot many Democrats la ths House, bat all preeent were itirred up by the question and th answer, and tt looked for a moment as " tta aarly days 0t ths seaslon were to be re- 7,s -easaing- mate a. aur. ao ao Jucuolal m usual Im his manner, aa he J w o MIWWT AT. V.T1SD vuwu, wtui pointing at the Bpeaker: -The Bpeaksr la not ths master of this House; ho to tie servant ef the House." The Bepablleaa leered, m If the sentiment ? PfBoaterous oa. Th Bpeaker was net-ttod. H would aot permit aay Bepublloaa to talk to him la this wst. and he would let aay Democrat know that he could talk back. la his esiBMst. most i provoking tone, ko suggested to kit. Crisp: -Ths gentleman from Georgia need aot recommend;- bat the gentleman from Georgia did aot naiad what the Bpeaker aald. He shouted: -The rentle-tnaa from Georgia will always Insist upon his rights, aad ho will so that a tyrant toM thwa awar from him." Mr. Bowell of Illinois shouted to the Bpeaker that Mr. Crlep gavel at th Bpeaker. retorted that be wm bo atore out of order thaa th Chair. The Chair iA.tk htr. Crisp wm out of order. " aad.- added Mr. Bead slowly, - ho will take ato seas." Mr. Crisp's voles dropped to the eon-vereational pltoh wltk th remark: - Of cou.se k wilL but k wlU always resent such remarks.'' The Bpeaker did aot attempt to Jam throaak th motion, bat proceeded, m Mr. Crisp had recommended, to Mk If ths eaU should be saspead d. a bile the call wm upoa the House, uader orders from th Bpeaker, the unusoal precaatloa wm takea of locking ths dsors that lead to the Speaker' lobby, at th soath of the chamber, to prevent th Democrats from leaving. Hitherto, oa door Into thto lobby hM been toft open, la order that members who found It necessary to do m might lea re the' House for a time. Mr. Barrows to credited with having suggested to the Bpeaker the experiment of locklBg th opposition la. All restrain ta of thto sort carried oat by th subordinate officers af the Boom hav always beea resented by members. Two Dement ate war moved at about th same tlm to go Into the Bpeaker' lobby. Coleman, Republican, of Louisiana, approached oae of the looked doors and asked the aoorkeeper to let him pass. "Ordarsiato tot ao o&s pass," replied - th door-banger. Just than Mr. Camming, whs wished to g into the looby, eeme aloag. He looked at OoTe-aaaa aad thaa at the doorkeeper. Thea he la-formed th doorkeeper that he wished to pass. "Order to to tot aa apass I- Coleman gav the door a alight posh. It did aot ytold. Cum-mlags thaa swaag his weight agalaat It aad It burst from ths small hasp that held M at th bottom, the look oflertng aa reatotaaee worth mentioning, Three or four member paeeed out. There to also a door at th right of the Speaker, opposite te that which Mr. Cantaxiagska foroed, aad Mr. Kllgor presented himself at that door aad wm refused permlaaioa to pass out, Hs did aot parley with the door-baager. Wearing a vary substantial shoe, within which wm a tolarably athlstis foot, he braced hi heel upon th floor aad Ato to against ths door tram. Th door tew from Its fastenings with a crash. Outside th door, waiting to be let in, was the Hon. Mr. Dlagley af Maine. He had pressed close to the door to attract the attention ef the keeper. Whea Kllgor burst through th Obstacle, aad the door eaoaned from tha nrasenra ef his font the first sbJeet that It encountered was th aoee of th gaaUamaa from Mala. Th eoUlaioa wm Tioieat eaough to oaaaa a besaorrbage, and the report weat aaoot that at last ths Imposition of the BosdrulM had rMultod la bloodshed. All-gore axpreeeed hi retrst for the injury ha aad fafllcted. aad Dlagtoy had ramovod all tha atalaa of hi injury before the report ef tha aooideat had reached the galleries. After thto tha Jtopablieaas, seeing that their ckto wm somewhat Indifferent to the suoosa t Langs toa aad that tha Demoerate war determined that he should be Mated by a Bepublloaa veto If be wm to ait a all m a Bepreeeatative, cam toth MaalMioa that a oauoae wm sec 11 sary. wU a urom Mold b aslly mMtered upoa a au 01 ue novae, too rate were aot aad enough to eompel th mambr to stsy aad vote after tha call had beea suspended. Wa at Maseachnaetts at this Juncture dropped an amendment te tbe rutee into tha box, to b add- ad to aoma other amaadmaints hehMoSared. BIQiimIiis thai mamliaia shall ha daad SXA a K deducted from 'their pay, for eeea refusal ta ota after they hers beea found present by a call at th Hoasa, This wm laughed at, although tt wm baltovad that some at the Bepab lleans were ta a humor la which taay weald try to de anything with th rules. . Aa Mr. O-Farrall appeared to be the only Damsel at who would stay ta the House, aad, m ks would aet make a quorum, there war hurried MBsoltatloM among Ute Bepabltoaaa, aad at 8 o'clock tke aaotiea to adjoara wm made from th Repahltosa aide aad wm carried. Just before the House dispersed th notice wm reed w Hpiiuwa aww we aeia m the adjooranssat, . ( The Sawohtteaa aaaaua fhto sfUnx long sgoalalng appeal to the RepuhlieaM to aaaa sa aaiinaas sur auy a wees. , xa ai ... . AS... V . .1 . bar to take tha plaoes of Daasacrats, ohided their shssatee aaaoeiate for their Uek of tater-ast tat tha prcpsasd atesttoa. aad Intimated taM tt wm a WMto af ttms for th KisotiSM Oommlt-tos to maks ivparta that ths majority would ast stand by. fk TarlffbOL awvr,to really ea Tsaa n saa xace as isspis or aay otaar 1 pUeaat to be seated ta a ehahr new eeewpied ap- iby m dUVssOsVsnVerjaaV MMMtmj WAdaaV haunW IB PCaaaTUsI fMttoaa to -strengthea" th rules w today, bat the snost arsens asaoe were asade apoa a Bootiea to require the datogstloas freaa each of tha state to sasnms the daty aad responsibility ef gettlag a full repreeeatatfoa of every State ay Monday. t a aot oauovoa taM sne atepaoueaaa wui able te muster m majority to-morrew, aad seeioa to likely to be vary short after oae or two laeaectaal aOerts to eompel tha Ti sinensis ho kelp I aagstoa late ato seat. V ! A fkraag af lobbytota, Vk that tk bm- atoa to pprac1sg Its closs. to fiattarlsg abwat nag at t to sessinpllab aomotblag left andoae ta tke farv night. Protected iatorests, fearful f th A ,v. ft.Hl ak. , 1 out- sultte. kovar about the Finance Committee - mA ,W. w,ma . A U a . Haas a. talking iastanatlagiy aad threateninc abaat trsm, aagar. aad other things tAat are m psssd to be ta danger, sad there are walspe that the ahlmtln anbaldT nvaa are lahorlnvi th hope that ther msy a enough asoBeyTi th hope that ther may b enough atoney left eeme where to make It poeslbl te gettbaSaa-aidy bill through before tha breaking up. Th TarlaTbUlooafiiiaaeMdo BMgrvo the lolAyiate aaaoaef ashaaoa, Tha Items of tha bill are as aasasd to be beyond th roach ef argamesi froan tha aatntdo, Tha members af the eonfanaaa eommltwee are admitting that they hare a hard task before then. They are distressed, sot euly by tha difiareaea of epinloa af th Individual in ambers, bat stoa by tha pressure af sectloas. W-l .1 mM ft .ill 1 1 w -1 m rimaiw mtw ta aws man tag is im the b Ua, heard thMtheT Beam aaain'SM to submit to havs binding tato 1 Istere to toa unua ust M Bt aws thaa a a apoaad daty. tasy eoacarred, sad then ai 1 mm m il t lis Tmm line ik. - - - - . to aay report tha did aot ascxy tra Z?r prouipuy protestea that the onlymotioas r..." .V. apud the call aad to adjourn. IlMrWn.x .luunl u- w 1 CTL Then te e m. - tt ferrees. "I FLA W a... A A . . w 1 . - aM?.1 Houm aaaa wh an for free ewu .The V..:T-V?r are majnag aaowa their etarmlaaUos to hav their ueslrsa attandnii as. r aaaatosehodato. and tha bull Eortl h-aTL 2n.T.Ur throagh the th : Mwr trouoM ooarreat rates cm no ssasc wants ta lew lor Iroa. "'.S!, ,"elurtB" , purpose, v stractaral hlllata. atAj . .a . TT other 1 thlnfa. sm .n.fjJt l. . 1 . . thai Benate ratea. PenniTivanU wantT hirh oa rail, billet, and plates. That wlU - . am vmmm voniecwetesv. tl m possible te-slrtt. whea the most tmpertaat aetuiir of thai permit tor st tsL iilm iTli ur esaate wui Maltalls la PaaMyivaala' teterast; bat other forms. Including stractaral Ires aad sL ther shall be sa advance la tha Senate steel. : rat. BtOul w. Aiunoi ana sir. Alilson are aadea-to be determined to adhere to most of th O ratea. white lfr RiMmik mtt vr. Senate maaar Psbmj lUsrenlM mm mnlA .t. a i saasyrvnato aad Ohio Iron men. The leaders In both the enle aad the Bowse Tt are! uapreeaeu wiia tae Importance of briaglna a ma aIa,. 1 1 . . . . . - - - . A-AyiinTjM ma looosnpiese report, which weald make it aeceaaary to have dlseus-i.!S'."J. " 5?"ht of now. Balsas tha blU latofalL M hen tha time within which the eua- thai '""" Aia vm wiu im nispoecq oi la loose 1 "-, toer wui a a Tin Hoot Th proceeding at th full meeting of th ouaa mnA n.i. nn.,f.. , . , - , mrm wiut woiw no in- amendments apoa which the nnnfui isijs had SSSfftiif4 wer" tovmaUy accepted, the Republicans making ao comment and th Demo-crate ao objection; because It wm useless Ths Bspablicans had decided what they would do beforehand, and there wm aothinc to be Were pwsaeu apoa war Ute rcoiproclty amend 1 apoa war th rcoiproclty amend itI ta DiAt . A i vw . v. - meat, adopt tha Benata, aad la which tha Boom eommitte Ukee very little Interest on MO,t)A.tKA. I. A ltA.1.-, . the special Uoeaae taxes not indorsed by the House should bs takea off pedlars sad smell dealers la tobacco. Ko refereaoa wm mads to the proposition to extend tha withdrawal period, aad It remains to be eonaldsred hereafter. While denial has been beard of the statement mad yesterday that ths rates oa wIbm and spirits, sdrsaeed at Mr. Plamb's rs- aucat, wen , to be taken off. tonvlng the rstes of Jf Hor" " to sgain asserted to-night that the ratea will It about what th House made them or svoa aot aa advance oa extotlag rates. Thto to soeordlsg to Us reoommeadstloa of Minister m' ,oUo Wf)X by s restoration af art Jhefree 11-1, although that to aot favorable with th horthweet Senator Plumb will aot accept free art readily, eras from s geatle-maa whom hs admires ao uareeervedly as Mr. Beld. He will fight the proposition for free art ! tha Benate, as Mr. Payaoa wlU fight It la th House. If th eonf erree are tacky, they will be able to bring la their report by Monday or Tuesday. .. Bepreseatattv Hansbrough has a totter .from a friend st Huron, Informing him that ths aew independent party la South Dakota to exerting Itself to ths tallest extent to carry the naxt Les lslsturs, aad to fast maklag convene to the movement. By combination with the Deaio-erste they will trade btate and Congressional tickets tor members of the Legialatar. la order to defeat Senator Moody, aad elect la hi stead ths Hob. Bartlett Tripp, Ute Democratic Chief Justice of Dakota lorritory. Supervisor of Census Wakcneld sf South Dakota fa her; aad he corroborates the above, also sarins that money hM been contributed by the national Farmers' Alliance to carry out this scheme. Senator Pettlgrew to quoted aa Mylng that there are 8X families going from New-York aext month to the western part of Brown County aad the osstera porttoa at JEdmuads County, 8. IX, to taks fsjrna . The people who are interested ta th Brver and Harbor bill are not letting the grass grow ander their taet. Having TMelvod Bpeaker Beed'a signature yesterday the bill wm hurried over to the Benate to-day for the autograph of the Vloe President. It leeched ths senate while Mr. Plumb wm talking about tha Treasury aad ths financial situation. Mr. Mortoa promptly Interrupted the Senator te allow the bill to b delivered, and a few minutes afterward the measure wm signed by Mr. Mortoa. Mr. Blew, art was thaa making a speech, bat the Vies President coolly took him off the floor Ions enough to annoanoe to the Senate that he had signed the bill. II those In ehsrc of tha Blver and Harbor bill continue as expeditious Mthey have beea to-day ths President will have the ehaaee to look it ovr long before he returns from kla vacation. Ma, Plumb felled to get a vote to-day apoa his resolution directing the Judiciary Committee to reconsider tha Bankruptcy bill aad report 1 back ao modified m to provide for a system of voluntary bankruptcy only. Tha resolution cams ap ta ths moraine- hoar, bat Mr. Hoar wanted to study It a little loagsr. sad Mr. Plumb yielded to his request te tot it so over a aothcr day. A VERT UNPOPULAR STRLER, BAjnKBB, MMCHAXTS, ' AT IAWTXRS 8CPPLT THS FLA CI OF 8TSMKKKS. Bkmlutb Faixa, Washington, Bap. 18. A re-Biarxabls apMtaele wm presented at ths new xposltioa bulldlnc la this dtv veaterdnv. Two hundred union carpenters struck work tna Brd of Director found it absolutely accessary to bay a small annntitvaf lamb from a boycotted milL Public Indignation .wm m ones aroussa to a remarkable degree. Prominent etttoeos, bankers, merchants, law- Jsrs. eoundlmea, pulled off their coats aad aauner la hand went to ths building sod engaged la tha work af laying abiagtos oa th im- wmmnmmA mia THa .i.ni. ft,., ft. tagloos sad aooree of other loading stttoeu Joined ta th work to-day, Including th Hon. A. H. Cannon, Father f the city ; J. J. Browa. a yiiiiinaairo, iwuiw, soa napitaust; W. XI. Taylor, .President of th Board ef Tradat ktayor Clough, aad a host of others. . The strlks wss made without a -Bomeafa wara-tag. A eoafarenoa wm Immediately held, but It raanltikd ia no tmm.it Tk. r.nI m.m tvt rector thea Issued a call to ths public sxpLala- tng thetr course and argiag all good altlsra o rrmy ta us rssena. a. tares loree oi i Til. Cmi ftlTMirt thlA MAMlmA. m.mJ the building will surely be completed in time for saa opening en ut, x. RACINQ AT POINT BREEZE. Prmirsnjraxt, Bept, lA-Tns asset aasgslai -nTtirt imrntirt irmlfl art hare Taataul te haeiaei M pertsets say m this has been. A fresh bresM aad a warm ens dried ay the Brack st Feint Tli esse, aad thlrteMmpttslhestoweideidd, Ths SOS das paoarequirsdaUU finish ft, bat ths 8 OS class trot-tisg to still unflnlihss, atthengh sevea heate hav bean SssHad. This no wm fertile te tnetesnte. Two I . I K i W W K r-hln. T'n ..u A - -- Jr, by BawtsMTS, Jr-Mtered tee :S0 bet, and esvstsi ahenrse ef SMTere ware raas by the ladne m men enxiety to pretest the pubns, Tb bless Fails saldlng, eersa61e, wea the first sad eeeend kseteetthtoieeetrem asdte M, betaaear each sue. stetene eyeumetMsss that MeCray wm Uvksa eut tree eehlad the mer aad leaced by Fvsut, tyat sithsagh he bad ths heat ta aaaa at IM wree-enarter pate M sands m push lee tt seating as tMstreteh, aad Bcrsmhto as-aia go hosss arst. Tbs-psll-wM m evkieat' that eztea aame freaa the eVsetoter mm -mm ana an- mm ism wm Saa SIOO sad Mey Mdes, and the heat declared sfc The Vlliegs Farm driver. Andrewa was sett In behind angle hT, sad, thossh the Uttle assre wm enable te wtekeST shs wm the fighting horse ta orery antes. Bsllmas 'f,1" ffw1 P7 en te sSreotlhs vinimiwr mmwmmm ua rmaa. rw sale grsaeine ef Beisatat had asthteg te de with say sUn ef th rasa. After the third heat Pols ssith rtt tea soWsd asasi wm njl.. mum mmummmm mm ue rafiSV Mom sndCretone, Jr, art toft In, sash 1 BL kavtagtw TK- titm. firid wiekissteet, whea BaaahadDs . i -. , snatXAaraa. , f tCsASBFures 9100. ftTnltakSkis. Mm-, vsvavsar, rmmttm, saa IB -r im tAaI-a hL an ana ' ' ' Msranrtee. ay Walker Merrill. (Brew. ' - ley). ,. ....... ., fl 1 I I l SWisatATBfPsps)-., .. 1 I ! 1 til 1 1 sffeeterj............. j 4 I 4 Jaess S, (Dehart a f ate. Tires- t); ti9ht 1IS8 XS. r I'IATEST. FOREIGN SmFFLYOm V smnsawmijt asssnm are-srw- wia BBU m . asp ajajsj- AafTwWlWBnaa Wsntl aBBCUMfjBf bV " ' IT f P ant II 4T 7 BU Meiaa a a few k sTWensl Vkliau T B a. . ' . " ' ; ". LATEST : ARR1TAL. : ' ' ' Sm . TST Sm. tmmrim i w st, u. aoesetv - . t SAILED. sdnitere,r tag twin. Keiialnii tm nhelria la Ski leiiist ism I SnsshMBnaUyweatheraaawlt iaTlluI te ims tt, ea M the las wm a Tarv etoee thlas brtwisntnssraysMef Walker Msrrui at4slsus-Sar Bey. Ait bet these twe were rated eeXsTthe stxtt heat, which famishes the 1 -t-i1t naliM Mreeeef the day, the sett paetng skte by aide si. meet te the wire. whereMaraneeS aseaas te get Kthri. (Browtu Dts. Time ti87t fiJBt Owi i fi7i flflj CAUL RAISING LY TEX WZSZ yitWt )F A RAXCHVR. BCT THXT DO '. -4 OT CARAT WRIOBT. ... OoCaAO. Bspt. lav-wnnaam T. Banter. wk at tatat ssts t tat satOs raacha ta Boa tsaa. Wyota-teavaaal Daksta, takas aaoh a gloomy vtow'at tk cattle bnaiaiea ta tk WsetthMhe Isssh BtoavattBgtofessalato a plaa waiokwinketp thsrsliers. Hs says that what to kaowa Mth BomblaatloB a treat in tvasm smmtiseiilm Bfalnst thasB, gad ghnj ffi akwt tinto tkey WlU BM laernSeJVM WlthOBt BMB sosnes, Hs stes Mys this to beasMs the ta th true wish tt aa. aad that tha make thetr living ostsf th trast always have asms plsoslbto ax sum forth small pries a-talaad for osttto. Ta obvtote tato a prapcaas to forraaa aeMclatloa of an the reaches, which. caa.MBtrol an th marksts. aaO aad akra wber It pteBSBS. at lte in .wteea- aii i w with the brokers'! oommtosloa of bO eeste a heed, smooated last year to with 82,600.000 ef rardsre. Mr. Hon tor Mys there wtn bs money sstaagk behind the .association, tf too peckers refnaa to buy Sirect from It, to build slaughter bsaaaa sad rsrrlsrstor beans of it ewa ea the mashes l?? ths dressed beef direct te the market. If this is not done, he belleTM ther will M ruin Bmoag the eattie ataa. who are aew aasr sr loss doing baatasM oa borrowed anoaey. Mr. Hob tor's views are aot shared by the peckers or the scsaralstto-s men at th stock yards, and their reasons fee not th taking much ?' them are appareatiy lassoaabty srounded. tesae Walsel tAoaitbt thssV wm too mneh eppe-sitioa amoag ths cattle snem for the plaa to work. " wwuia a ao swoa aal ess all the laws. Is. areas a mmA n.rin a .u w - - w. . and ha did aot thtak they would baTB. F. Hn risoa said that the scboms was a eraay aaa. Tber was a doubt that the ranchers had been '7 tetet and th wea that had made millions In ths meat bnsineM had Ided them. Ha had told the aattra caul mea that U they did aot take ears they weald thB ttot aa bWa.J at. kII-WS r . tw-v svaa aaaa UBaSA am piACDsp mm laanw srs. Hs did aot thtak the eees mea ana got sn aversas onmmlaains of ao aaatn IL!?4 Jt rBC etl they war generally sold by Us trala load. He belieTed the Inneiil beef men mads ths money Mt of the rancher, for the meat that weat late cans did aet really s cent, whea the pre lit aa tha rset ef the fares wm considered. The idea of slsuxbter-jBg and paeklag la th tar Wst wm tapracu3a. ble, becauaa they had ao fat aattla there la tha Spring aad Winter, aad la those th hIu? AaM, t hdto, which they ooald not afford to do. Another thing wm that whea dressed beef wm aold by the oarload people did A?n,ftT.w.A rM,e thy waateTaotaa h heefof the aatlve Mttto mixed with It. Hols Morris took aa stack la Ma Haste aeherae. He said it would aot work. Jusmsh! Campbell aald that Mr. Hsu tar's scheme had beea so crested several times prevtoasly by different parties ta different parts af theMuntrr. aad va bow the Asserleaa Trast Company was operating oa a similar idea. Mr. cWpbell. In epeaklnc at the anaa4al wuittJTJl the ranchmen, said tbat undoubtedly throach expenditure aad bad nunamtrBt w In tt l(HuiltAtAi Iw .-ii--7a -l - - by eonaervstivs methods aad sarafal atteattoa wsa aasamf saASsaxm A h. 1 mmmm. ha.m i a . a . . . IT 7.' "'"S" woain sums esn ngat, ana tht in the next four years ths Incrnaaed soa-sumptioBof dressed beef weald sead the nrioe of eattla ap 5 aad 7 eeate a pound. WORLD'S FAIR COMMISSION. THB TBOCBLR ABOCT THB BITS PAR FROM BIUO 8RTTLKD. Criu4 Bept, 18. From to-day's aettoa af the Fatienal World's Fair Commlasloaer aad from s eaavass of tha eommlasioa it aaa be stated that s majority of that body to finally aad lrraTscably sppoaed to th double alto for tha World's Pair, aad that aa Bat-arday aext a reaeUUoa will b sflered aad adopted requMttng tha Chlcag DtTactory to tender Wsshlngtoa Park, er what to geaer-J?.y ""i. ?th PmsTm a site, laeae this to refused tha eemmisslon wui Mrtartto aahtogtoa that no sdequate site kasbUa Ther ars atos tadlestton of a okaag of seaU-ntont.la ngard to tha Director Geaerslshlp. and from tadleatlOM to-alght the aoeal Directory will aeleot oaTmaa aaDlractor aad . tha Fstieasi Camsatosloa JH1 tal V-' thstr owa with tha Jf . Commissioner GejteraL- sad place "P.ef-TB of all forelga aadtoitnTdtoaal exhibits ta connection with tha fair. Thto wilL eourjBurtall Ue powers af tha Dlreetor General. The Coaxmtosioaer wlU attothi enlary of the Commissioner General auAixio DTr'otUraT To-days meetiag of the eonuniaatea wm an exeitinaoao. Sooa after that eywasaJtod to order a resoluuon wm offered by Alternats Msroer. which had bees already ssreed osVaud approved by a estvcua af tha fyrmmlatlnnara The reeolntion to m follows: FreelseA That the fen sail all aal sVaa rnmnA tks mm.mtm.Am. s. Xhm CXmiCkXgm Baikaixl mt Dlrttl uasHsnav gfef av sMtsR - - ae.A wwasBSTSTnTa- sBTsrsaa grg bbbbsb spnjsssj isjhOT mmBjm .B-Bercer. Oommlsslener hUDoaald. CaUfor-ala: Gsn. fewelL Mew-Janoy; BL CiTvir. a Msmsa vis ui aiVfiBj jmj isjafBw mjw Bt an rseoluUon, aitheuxh tt wm finally agrssd to toy passed calling npoa th local dtrwetory totli af the aataoiittoa bavins iuvtadiotiM JlZHriZZ lake front sat aad Jackaoa Park m sites had beea ootataea. aaa bim m to th cost of pre partus Tim ammUt tMmm M0oumnf4 wtn afOWa A FIORT AT A PRIMARY. CXI OP MATOR OLBASOVa PRtZBDg BAB A UTRLT RXPRRIRRCR. lPostmastor JamM A. sfv,, Islaad aty aad kla brother. JoMnh R. Mr wsr arrested tost night la that pteee aa war-rants Issued by Mayor Gleaeea tT-g them with assaulting Lawyer Oeorge R. Fayae ta tha rooms af tha Jffsrsoaiaa ramnrratla fig no rasa aad Teraoa Avsaoes. Th bm taaea to the seooad Precinct Button H " MTines wm aaauy ana ted tuey wen anmittaa fj-tnada- to kail, furnished by that Whaatka dlfflonlty eeorrd tk Club wm holding Its primary for the TTsntiaa nf detogate to tha olnlnfltWtera Caaveattoav Payne, wheis n Gleaeoa rrmoati- aad apposed to (.aVjsffereoaiaaTecwg they styla therneeivee, sntered tne reosVswltA n list of aamee which. It to alleged, he WMtedea-rolled a tha hooka af taVetohV thus Sm awnera of tha -- aanis it. V. seeding and kelp to ssleet tha oeadldatsav MaAaaaa fanaasdlatoly objected to tha oarolV tneat, danlartm that to was trraerular. thasul snoashooJd b piwpoeod Itaaateaaiit regutor msotlag. that half mt shewn weTapah. lieana. aad it wm a beld attempt of tlLeGUaAoaw ttee to steel tha Jefiaraoalaa delesates. Favna. who denied th allagstloaa, avsn that thsta- XanaM than - '-- htaa mA - . - throw.hlmaat of a aecoad-story wladow. Th. 7? T" aa ta aati- i sac li mine piraraiaM to M a lively PERSONAL LVTXLLIQXNVX. . WItosa sVBhmsllaf Baas. to M tha WUnnra Frestoa Jshnstoa af to at sao sew xora noios. - Bsaater Band all T flfHtia af tk AlhMsarto BetaL la ad CrnLgressmaa Bam aal Pswlar g ywJarasT ha at U Hotel MStropals. .7wm"r Brwwm of D-re to M the -aSayHSlHal ftete Controller Edwnrd'Wsmpls f l-UM MM M "..I ... , fenntor John A Bartsnj of TMala. Jawa McLean ef Cincinnati, aad Btate aaansaa n at ntessLghtsa sf BocsBstBs are M tss) Fifia AX OXJ TMUOIXAW rrr.irp 4eunt.uursy.BAV-thyssrssld.wM toad aadar kla wa trash ta Msdlsoa Bqaara ysstsrdsy altoraooa br PiMnsmis hun mt va saa r ml hla - - uj t .a - - . LthatthadeaU wm seoidental. bat mvesti- racent (.ltiwv dlataly I wraaeh. Yaaag GUrey weat away a a sail wttk traah, I afar k assaxasd to find his kle haswat ea ths that he had Jstor liilrey at ato by tha i xotr A90VT ZXM. MX JtADTf ITptoaa alt Fssattraly ompsy trains rroaaidM to Aa fw?f4 1tmMmlTJmFiT wUlkoiJ sa kdlgnattoa aMottag BMUktuiks f B, J. h'tewwland A Cev. Taasa f . -: -' mmmwm wnv ana tssr aa beea a a Barrel whoa yoaag UOrey reessited It BsMreMssaMsd a BBam Baaasm -Mriris aa nan mi bi raortbad htm Ja ZLa TTLX WZA TXZE. aaf - . -r ' fsMUldW10saV 9pC y4HaanpaltTb 7 188 P. kLPsr kTataa. talr. wtada iistai aTTj soaXberly. Far Fainu's Xas-rarA. Xa smst Xswsvatp. fmir. bff stsasl by ligJUreustaa Xmrtkm a Xsw-TsHk, srssmsr, sasttesjfaly, uWiaasBBBa saaa?sa snYanntantsTawsSyai " ' f . Perth DhwarwtCeaaa3hia.De land, aad Ttnrtala, fair, wanner, vartabla wtada-aocomlng seathfMteriy, rata Pstardsy. Per Wostara how-Vork aad aestcra PBayV Tiin, rain. eeteriy TawfsOowlag shows th akaamtotkal patntara far tk past twsattylww smtrc. porteea wttk the anrtMpoaiTlag BaUaf toot year, as tndlcatsd by th therm smst sr at HadaaTi Pharatesry.nSBrMdway: x .,-.'""-" . .a t twot -is-fc iaaa. yM v-: J jl-ll M....ast ATWrasrs tesaperature hr aaase eatehtet TaaVL. s-vlsmisrstsrshmaiaaslii ysars. TBM CAXF0ZrBOTZX - TTOBT. '-BsTW'.OnXAAim, Law Sept. l.Tkea tk Oraad 5 Jury aMsmhlad this asernins; ta tha Criminal Osart JttdgsMarr tslksd ta thorn about Ue r-ot Carrull-Be wa fighA- Bs charged tham to ; tavastigats tk fight, aad If they foaad th taw: had beea violated to lnd'sfl parties eeneernel aad bring Uem betera huceuri This will result Is the Indictment ef th massrsrs ef Ue altered Olympic Club, wber IM fisht took place. Mean-' walls Attorney General Beyers bm beea Instructed by the Govsraor to eaoao forfeiture af tateeasjrtwr aeAwereref whtoath btate tews war violated aa Tneedsy Bight. v - Fats paott drseewete. and tee heart ' oattnc t raUeved a s Lnrta luvnaptua by auiag eae et Caarxs rurrre Tvteeabeaeie wtH bo fameae as towa : BS s hair ta liMlravbte. rplT U imilj. mm a I III , k-- w -"' - a eai ytrsiiaisl reeitlt. ' ' Ma ssmaleta L needed ler si Irks st PB4rBtet' SJ1XGT. a TOKUX needed tor every wesAnesa. FAJtAXB B iLsasv BSXavsJS h Ills te tee hasn. A ITTW.FOIaDRB COLLAR, " -: R. W.- Ottasawa. -K, as W." f e v . s .. fawn flssshe T. t. erwisT ni vra ' ast. iTsaaaana, ins uiav fe sa mat sa QRAHXM-McAXT)-trW.-Oa ' Bspt. IT. ' at Ft, ' Johs Chars Cllfiou. B. L, by Ue Rev. . C ., Wlesten. D. D- FxncT Kosra aaaaaa ef Wey. bndas, Bnglaae. te Mantos Cniux nutwl Maailer ss" iesiea a Meaaarew. Aaq, at laras. sura. a. L OBOyxTKT.7r-JAOOBOWOe Taeedsy. Bey. 1AM Christ Ouron, Msckaneack. M. J, by te : Rev. Dr. Wm. Weils Hotter. Miuos Wnsvoa OBOvnrrsxH ef Kew.Terk City and Josaraixa. -dasghteraf serahH. Jmhein. MOK-(XXnR.43aklanA CaL, BesA ltV IS, at . Ue restdenee of tee bride'e pes eats, fYnsncas. Ssejrhteref AJnwa F. Oaeper, tejoaa M. Mod - at Civ ins, M. T. PARRtSH-aaTKPARD.-Oa Tnnreesr, aea. 19, lbk, M Oracs ChapeL by the Rev. eeers F. . VsJsoa, Locr WatAXiTVAaeshteref aJesaaaer w. aaeaars. af Breottiyh, and HSM sWBaar FaBsiaaef PhUadslphla. . ROSgaTTKLlJ TTCHTOW. Oa TbsoMnv, Bept, U. tawO, M DalBMoies-a by the Has. Hera J. ntat, Mayer et Mew-York. ADOLra kojt fbs TwS W1Uta-gW-WllaiiBgtna papers pimes espy. ' . BBOW.-At samtord. Onss.. ea Tsaa say Bee. is, Csraaauis, dMgitot f the late Osts-gssad . . Mary Brewa. ReuvtrsM and friends ars tavttsd te sSssnA th ' . fUMerJ IM In. wltiAia wi II k. RaOA im . h. ... . - libwa Cnarch IVteay. bcbs, la, at :M F. M. BAJTrgtA-On Weaneeday. Sept. IT. APSUxA H, James a Dsnleto. - , rss end friend ere rsspectfnSy Is filed I her funeral m Frtdslas f" T SO SVStBOTM teatteaA mm P. M. tress eoraer ef Bssdolph Ave, Jersey atyBetsnte. BIIDII-Ol Sept. IT, K ABU ABBA : Funeral trCra bar late rsaaesn. .tM At, mdsy, Bept, 18, St l Mt F. M. FIssm emit OAfX.sa ETKR.-at J lhjMasr C-.WKW-. Faaiiatarfvtoee Phtea. Jareey City Belshte, baterdsy evealag st Bjetesk. Utarmsnt at tee sonv.slMSS ef Ue OIDaBMX-On Ttemtey nsn - ftejdeaetu 10 West tad SA, J. . IB the aid rear af hla m-m . II du. w axjlxx Oo4na it. Bottos of funeral sareaftor. rTX-A lhrneld. Cms, m the 17th tost. : atsMOBi. (ixrrx a. te tee 6U year et kds see. Funeral i oa Beurday moralag. at 11 iM e'cterA Train Jtese teaad CMtrnT Depot at Please emit at at. ssuj sea ty Fhnsderphto si an ptesM copy. XAORR-Oa.ivth lnelAsoroiAS Lest, ta th slat year et his ace. Funeral aervieM from his tote isatSeaM. 131 WwllUK,rttdistUK. . - nIr2-?TkmT-ia ia. Baas: F-FsKoro, la the 6u year sf SAsags. . Kotios mi tnnaral hereaXlsr. . - . RXpfOLDA-At Raat Oraass. K. X- Bept. It MA. rtteiTtoMswtA '?.,,rrY' her lste reatrVnes, tao ' Wlilias se Sstardsy, m-m. M.ulJoV.M., Train lea Tee toot Barclay and Curtetsoher fits, as' I JO F. M. tar Brick Church a2ten7 TOBRT.-On Thursday, atept. IB, Java Ajra, wiaew JMOMteT- ' "sAtertbsiS -Msttes of iansrsthsreafter. :-'- WsntasMae. lT - 1"!i?--a"A Bept.' lT.ao. w.iMiiB'iia laao. ttiit. mt uj - Tnasfsl 1.. V wA - - . Cti Maxell I. It" j PlVRsV WLTTnLOWa aWrrHJXO BTRCF MAS seea need tor ever FIFTT TXARS BT arrv.v OBB OF MOTHRBB te their CHIlBXX VsmJ TRRTHUfiP wish FRRFRCT aUCCTAA. nsnXTHXa tha 17HILD. BOFTRXB las 6TJMA, sOsys sB pntn. OTJRRS WTJTD OOLIC. aad to Ue bessjeanesy tor DIARRHRA. BoM bv eurlata te ewery pert eftMwsslA TweertysTtegj? TT U KO LOhTOER VRCRaART TO TA V n nLs1LiTsAUJAsia BwaasUacJeal BRttrfZl???- iT?..?OpD CO.'. XTfr JWl1 MAILM."" La -ts'ite-trt.va at. . SmmTZ 5Lrli te iSflL;? M. Maue'fer htft ssfl at :SO F. M. Maita teres mm. tVm ZlTRAJZz th-mss byet. .r. (naiUnV Meedaya d Iharedaysj atees at that sates Sally et tTaa. WRDDLVO IXITTATlOJCaV, w X, P. DUTTOy e OCA ' 'f-SI West tM at, -' BXW-TOAX. arc e i as ay rate, warmer, soath lass, rata aad Malar Batarany letende sasat M dtreateaATJft r rsraawkaue. Ble as Jsaetrs, sad semtessWiSs SaUrae trees Baltiasers, " r -per aetersaTVtorT Xtaly. apatn. Fta-tagaL end TwrkeyTper ateaBnaUsLl OJaasww7sts?r asate be Zmmmi' ---25 ' -T-?-'--!J -TCBa-te. Oeuere tor ether Krai is easmwtaertelteuia. sSataBM eayar J a 1 A. ht. Bar Oeattral Anate aad sJTJaVat SraS-Cn AJAtor Veairaalaandtysa. ate RavaailtoVto S2ur ie-:sA U U. tWTrnuAarSrVr-lJjrliSi'- CaaapwsohyTJGp "e Teeeeea. per aaaaaiahipcuy af VlhliJtlZ mm.mi Stv' w'TraxiIi, par atesanahta --Ay swAeslaad, Xawaltoa, FW. flu fauliil i lea sppttrattoav ; 'I

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