The Indianapolis News from Indianapolis, Indiana on November 15, 1894 · Page 1
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J : I 7; I; III. ! POJLI : - V '. Jib iL ! 1 ! r THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER lo. 1894. rwrVBK.. vi I. C7f 77 j EDITION rouiiTJi VDiTiox f&TWO CENTk! i N DIANA I i " - 'i ' 1 ' t - f A HEW FINANCIAL POLICY. - jtlSB IT. IX HI MKMUiK. 1 " JT "DotallM. 4tf It Sot Vet Known r Triable Wlh. Carlisle Tu Clfll beeVlce Extension "Washtnarloa rni. any othMr country the worn. I tie ta ble retffntly put.Iirieti py ins unor, - house. giving an Itemlied rpsume at France'M exportation and Innmr'ati.irt during lf - 3. however, show that th - r - h.n STEVENSON FOR PRESIDENT beri diminution In hrr - omm. - r amo'inll.ii to W - WJ'f 1 fiaac - . Tf. ' - - ; - resents. c.tmp - red. with the pit - vim' vear. a falling oft of! 2'C.o.'."'. ft, ) and S'.", ' fruti, - :n ft, - ions .may be is.'MhHl It th: 'iodHiri of affair". First ! i r - .tiling business and common ..d i, ,. ear a jfalluij: - ip - rtailnii. .Mjnf' ren.s0 Llll.ll W. C i iik i tiii: mii v i P.. Iln, anil to - day '? whip Is Ifkelv. it the organization A reconsideration nut improbable, an fains be admitted lu of svc r.i I other vs'iracn will l pre ship. 11' t Ion l. - tho of the mertib inl.t lu :. - STRIKERS FIGHT FOR FOOD ti - . - n i I'M i:n - . th - ni r n n;i;i: n v ARK IKII.ESS. BIT TIIEV WII.I. VOT tiH K I. Fpclkl t!Th InJiunap - ln N. ' Truhdacton.! Xovehi - rr r. - A rofounil;intritfattarh to tit - 1rir. - comtri r 'mes - f lY - sldent CWieinr.1 bich. It Is Itlndirstovl. 01 outline a future ftnancUl ioV"y fur ,h ",u:'iri 'nd' may - dm - 1 UKtfe?tionir that 'ompletely - . cfcnirv tbe ohara - ter of the national curTefiey. That th - rri.IJ - tU to tre,t oT ehirse Mibje t in Ti - t menattge nenioned in tfK iial' - !i - v f esterdayi Hi Interview pnntrjf tin;' Inomlnr, ' ex'pltBlnK hs relations nh Secretary Callple i - ati - ally admits that aTiew scheme of national fitiati nt - r - tnc.ls belnir wjiibyte - l. In a, high ofllelal source it a tat 1 to - day that th I"refVdent had ten r twelve tnonthsipa.it - orkinK out"H - d - f tajs of a - newJ plan of linan - - - . notwl;h - Btallus the pptilar - lmprciisi'iH that iv - mta4 has been! almost t xcliislelv o - - flel With the tUriff. Th IV. - idr i.t. K - VnierstOOd," blives tUatfi - iiM - oinl.' Coofmh. althqugh larK - ly l:einiidi - ar. tfi One branch, will be more n - urK i; '" - icordance withj - his finan ial " the preeht leg - iiilati ve IkxJj "Beyotv.1 the hrolwiblllty that th - l'r - : - " 6eat, thinks Ctonress ho.J du om - - : Ihftir.to c ut the string whi. - h Wali str - 't - has tied to Lheltreaury (fold. Yir hias. rn.ty upl to this tlit'ie. dt - tmit'dy livrrniA 1 upon - a' plkn iiifficlentlji' . omiirehet.. . r to suU Jils fanJ'." Kai an ark iiowl. - dyi - d authority c n (ministration jioika - . Nmv . that It In tfeirally known ot what he is thlnitfti ihie will iiave ' utimbf i lesy . suggestion arid. ikubtless, nuiriv titiu - s a nay jun II l!e - emtKr aalbiTiiafl'. " announce en r! will be made of what ) j;ropo - s." f .There r. . perhaps. Jour cardinal prr - . onltloiis to be; lttentively onsid - reil i ' Mm. an4 'al!o by Oonrre!s. the l:tti - 'more pUniso - fll'vl. wlrt' h i - - now i.tMty thorbughlj urtliersHooir. the - Slate bnk - v. - whether of - notllt will be w ix - to :iuthor - lze the lsjue of untaxed nolts by t(iem: additional fcsrofcs of teeal tenors, o.n.1 lastty Chd , proposition, which va wj warilyaJvoiia.ted twenty years !ac. andTwhtcfl It advocates contend would - absolutelyjiirevetit pani". 1W interej't - beavlnff bifid to run Indefinitely, anJ con - verSble Infto greenbacks - at pleasure ah I : back Into jondi - ' Itlwouldi not surprise those who know J thl - jrreitliient Vest, however, If he should i . slxi utferince to some Ideas and sufres - j tic is whk'h have not heretofore i" - ' cui red'toianyoneror, he mny after - its - ; . ous slrjr the topic, throw the resp6nsibii - j, Hy of orlKinaib - u plan upon t'anjr - ss. '. or Ujr?est tha adoption of appropriation. Whch has aAtjealv been broached to ap - i point .a commission - to decide upon the I best plan of currency reform. iir"lon vp - rienf ed thf t if", t s.url'. .nid. a? rrpanW i.iii'u: ' i lino I ran . - . thf county a lit'l - . . war ut:' :ils. lnTeased tiif - i I' r - arlv sU t,i xinit manuf' - ''ir , l - - - l..irfd at: her port? or ' r .i nn ;( . - r"iitier. and I - ' - - - n:pKiV ti 'old aphorism, 'an - pa. : ,ih - i.:. - N.l nher t.'lr - - : 1 v - i ti i "rn t.i - f ' xl : ' " .. .. - r f.vio - i ! M.e a; ; ( . - t h - 'jl VlV iti.o . it - 1 ! :r. - , ta. - it I r r i. '.hf rr... - ha fit! I "e w h: h ! . - I - j: - .!: iii toad i - - ' r..w i. . ..T. - 1 - tYitf tl.fc. - f '!? iv. I. - - t.. - kllif. tor or to f.. rh.t; in t - i fi ts.' ' t !. - 'I liv C'liiiHt'A f'tir !)emorfi t Ic I)fent liiwurk ( 'K'W r:i n' I: iln un t Uni of I In - In ri U 1 id V Ia'tter ) l - 'rom HiirriMn. N'.. f inh Shi xiiv ititoiii.m m: in. I.hril In l.rt - nt nlBliin Viri - w ,t h a.! - i h. - 1 la. t W.i - 1 flu' . - . t rprctiir? ol l - unti. ..!.. I. . N .... - !) I ' : h.i s a pip. .in ' - '. . : .. '.. 'i.. t - at - .r Hr;. - . of h: '. - - i' c , - 't l - : re - of U. - - , w. - ek I '!:: r.t. - par;;. - w a - i - - f n 1 ' - : ir :' : i .. ' in: - - - . Th. ;. :!. i - in : :i a taitff .. - i. a frV. ::iv - j - .;!. - if.' 1. - i to think. The p. il '. - I - : !: .:.tr ep. - rt. - ! '. h... ; .( ' v j i p - - '.t - i u.i. .11 i - r.I.s httt - r: ..r : w (.. rs t:.e - - !.! not t.nit. - n.. Mid A i'hi - Uroir. !". r i w .1 ItOril.llUl.l . on Oilier Dellfliw. dletokv II. N V N'.vei. ,. V Man Who Ailvlanl ; Snrrender ll.ioted ii nd ThrrnlrniMl llnrou - ! Dlatrihntes Krrnil Anionic the llnaitrr On Ike Floor. r me$senKer learned that the fee Would be Jj5.i. The road is one .of those 'to pro - jiect wnose property me state spent rn than ouo during the coal strike. I Qi:.HTiox of citv i a nits Dlaruaaed By the tw CoarMaittees Interested la the Matte. I '.rnii.lt - I .' Voik. S'.. - . n,:.er 1.". The un say' - ra! h iii ire.l striking eloa k ma ke rs, ! not pay for a !""d. .''.t j.t l.t - - i . : on the tl,.or of W'alhaU.i Mali. ! up" toccther for warmth. .:: I ' - t .(Jk pc - session Of a few lien. - !:, s i! ro'icl tha Ye.ter .i.i :;!r.:' ihi:. who had a ct - t.t or ' o'.t - ht hr ad. b it there were, about it was saiii. werv a.. u i . !. at :: k ; E i; s. - on 1 sec ba mi: K. ok L. m:mi;i th p.. II - - - - .iii. - ; .. ..... n - ,.t l - . - .i - l I iii io rt a ii I Muller To lie on i ill - . - - ! , . . , , , , ; ,. Irl,: - ;: Il the lelent - t. . i hf ..r'.i.i - l:.:t 1 tlihk th..: - ' : i a . :i I h : .p - , that w . wi.t N. v. - .rl.,:.s, N'oett.ber !" Th - - - ' " " .e ' - 1. srir.: ; pi - ; :i - i. t i.i i er.tl oi' the Kr.i' : - - .: i.at f ; ' . r. .. p, ..si.ni l. - f. - i' T 'i. : ' : '!::.!: w:!l the rie - .t th - I iiii.iu.i 'b itjirii ff. t - ; ie - .i'i! i. - t - th. - 1 Vniv - r it. P : :.u,t :i..n - r - are ) ft t - o be ik . s. , ;..: .'..v.;.!.: r:.i. for. a Ai:,..:n,' o'h - r reollHS.:is th - ' ,. :. i p?op.. - . - l will Jbe t - t.. ..m, !.. - : - '.': - ..:;. '.i:e r, JeM.r.it.f I'i. - . - . ii - nl ("l. - ve''ai.'i f"r :. ' '4 ., - j ; .. ;, - ;. .1. n. w .11 i . - A il.ii K. :r..oi' - to ''I.i. ao .5 1 :r : ? : i - the s': - .k ; , ,. . ; ) ,, w!;; ;..lVt. t; - ijii.i. 1 !. - i.rnri.er The nio . - Bi. - r.t to ... - " - . - ; , ; fa ... hi. - parly. H 'ate the 1 a bo r or;a!iiatior i : : " i f ( . , ,, . ,i j i.l.i ; - - . di.d !:' . .::: 1 i 'A v r ... V . T 1. 1 - red I. e n ii i ! i Car. : Illlii - r l)e:l I I. .' :.!. N '. - ' ' I . J,' tt v. ; i . 1 .':.: aw . w t:: ) t h.. . j ! I ' .'. I' I'I. H .To . . - ( : - !: . - . . I .. :jT fo! :i ii n :r. A I f - :l ai.d litnted 'b. - dv. alai He ti t II ! lilli. 1 a i. 'lavs I loll ' v i ! I jbe i'. ( V( ah :.l I - i - i.rr: bv i i t i: - u i'.m:ii. - Vliliefer Deleared CMI In r.i I i The nil M'urr. . r. .'ippe - .l.e.'. .'15 1 - e lir.II. ::rd I; ... !. !! h.ol .: '1 iitty loaves, o a i a - : ir: r ;, k i a. ii o,i f in two .it , r - . - .if a I..af. as - .,nr. . i ! a i u. - 'i w.i ma . ' - va - - in nrly Ure' - vn :. - : I ... for .0" b 1 ' ',! :i "t . tiitht ' - : he : ; ushi;.l ; ie w.laki - rre lain, v - ho tvi's ii : h.i be. n tr;iT.: - b h.al not p lb - 1 him to i ..r i - r. - d the others to k . :;.' i;.h ev - ry "lie was . . - rt i: t . - .'ii. - e. th - - ;e was a strain:.! a i.rf - pillel out of th i - a - h had r. - .i - ived a part of ... i.i ". : : - . u l . ' u; teiiti . - i 1 - :!' IS the . - . a:i 1 .T his r. I - : I - .. . tu CIO' ti t i lb I h. - her.i - and he:i it ; . no - will '.. i.:i.rfr to jeterinin - wh - th. i t i - t th - K. 'of I., f.io rs a!... h a rn !:.!. i 1; w - iil most likely, pa - :i:ii: n.i'i.Mi a. - ad who ba - he. - :. , - p..ki!i . , ti e s.il.u - t favor in.' s i. - :i.. T' .. t !e:it:..Ii wl:l lie .yl'i - I I.i the ;.. 1.0:1 l. subiiiittlne 1' to other labf. r ii - . The. .Hill be a - k' d : . . (. - it. ; tC' h. f - t:. - ta! - ; iranxfurttt.'ftion vii!! lake ; . ne v. - - onk - anir - atloi' v. i.l - n : ra - 1 ii w : h h i f.. K. - t . a I..1 1 dor. ' make a :... :',. - ! ,y m i: "I""' th. a:: t,v1i :l 1 amr.K trt - test ma.; i :: - .k '.hat t It - ! - The f i - 't - the f. - .t - '.at.. - - , and i . - i ia.iv th - t: !:ia!l. ,s for hir .r tet' - eti, ail N. w t;e . 1' - . 1 - ' ir. iza t i ; .' I. t U , w he:, ! I, an. I ill j.. - - . In TI i : !. - : i - j.l I I i ..'i a r 1 ! Had ...' . iafiv P. lit H'.iii! - : t If OIISI.li ot ' ii.tr: 2.1 1 .on. - : o t ri.lliK s s - :.iii no. o. - t - in Idil - Vs j Ijv M : '; . I'V - pr' - f - iOejit ..I - the A:;e I i .oti.lrwiio ha i i - i to "ntt? - - i th ...nve r i presenteil a pr po - t;. fi..i .rf all the labor. - ' I the i).iinr int.. tii THE PREMUKNT AXI) I'ABLISLK. - t - iOeJlt .'t - 1 (rwllo isi htt!.d th sentei a pi I irf all the )e .).imr P niiler i. shojUt boar.: of n;., ::.u'. - - !. u:) with s n: ar.f. ivca in:, ikc :' it - t - . - re - :. - . :H - b - llv'l Ulat i - t s.i.h a j : tit, v. - r.. adopt. - i lalvjr "VI r J.I be b, iif t.te j ;.t:d w.ml.1 Pt in u position the mob - . 'o!n. pi - t. lv to hae Its wron - s re ;re - s. .l .i!. 1 the more speedily t obta in its r'.cht - lirand Mafter Hd en - i'ri also - poke i'i favor of the plan pr...isi"l hy Mr IP. ard. w;.l. h he rei - olnmended as ..,. - ,. - - 1:.' eU - ii.t n'.s 'f a. Ivan tap!" that it w.a . I riot be well to overhimk. No I - .:. - . - - i was transact 1 Hiring the sei. :., - t. b ,t th' - re was :; (rens - ral tliiX'tission ..; u - w - i on tLe proposit.qn of Mr. I low a rd. IMIVI.KI) 'I.M IPTl .i:imi. Ir. Il run. of. eir VurL. ow llus 1 1re lilarnae Ih An All II need Mnue. ki. '1 i - Ut '13 ' l! . ;. i lit '5 i ; . ' On . r a - P HIM UK I Jt - .'i i k 1 1 i ii .i i mink .' .! - . - .11 n : i .,rta t (..n - h'si. for th. : ... o'inir pie til.'. - . ill' strike ;s - .ie I . I h PI P at rt ol ree.ni; It t h I . e l're - 1 leu I Mraper Imiiicn ra : - il . ' t i.i in I i i u n . I . N e, . :. . , ,. , . : . u (I a N.I' hea i: for i 1 : . th. rt " is tri. . . .. ..i.l;. . b thl - 'i Hot lo n the r i.i ". : ' h. - t .n.l itin - all this, a member of . . a r! j sta rti I a riot at X 1 !:::, of the . - trikers'in WJii - r! .:!. '." t - - I 1 l.v aMeriioon. beeau. - e :vie. the striker. lo ko ha. k to i'i.. hall was densely packed, the n - triKtrs hll.Tif; the ' - gallery. .Max I man. of the general executive board e onion, in the course of a spcei M, i"i ,i s - iod union ii'.an, and have ..ii :t: : v power . win (his str:k. - . .... save the ii::;,i:i. my hrothcrs. fiVe - up this siriKP and Ko ban; Wi llie. paltl - S III disp: - i. at anv way. l'. 1(11 Kll N"s VI i:vs. Tin N. 1 Sir, Clevela.ad fa Tlierr llifa flren ) So Mlaton JeralnnUlnt. , - VMhinrtoa. - V. C. November I5.ji - The - ,attehtiOT of the Tresirlent was calted t. j - a srittemcnt icontalnetl In certain iew s - t - papers to thf effect that there haijj been ; a (llsapreement between him ati.j .Mr. ' Carlisle - 1n rt.Bard to the issue of bond and other' matters, and intimating that ! - auvij ..dUaecemeuL - inifchl - result u the J Secretary's Retirement rrom the Cabinet, j The - President emphatically denle. ..Ute "entire - "batlh of silly mlstatemtintr?," t and said: K ! ' Never plnc our' association to - , Kelher hasj there bn the slightest j lunpleasantrtesa or iUfTerer.ee concernlni; j the affajrJof - the Treasury Iepartment ' atji - otler matter. 1 have . verv .reason to bfelleve that his attachment to me Is as sldcere :ind Trreat as mine is for . "hi - f& 1 sh lid be much aftlicidl rTsnv - thlmy sjioul 1 cause him to entertutn - th. - ! .thought Of rflvlnR up'hN position where he ' doing murii for his country. W'e '. have agTeed exactly as to the. issue of j bonds, - arid there has. been no backward - 1 nesa no bis part on that sul.je. t. 1 see jl : Is aaJJ that I am formulatibji a luiarn ivil a. hirrif . 1' kuch tt H he m. is pre - erue'l j It will - be tin. wtrk of the Secn - tuty of the TreasuTv , ' ajul 1 shrill imior.se and support it. I The trouble seems to be thit the charged with the exeeutlve dutler of ihe QovJl - iiment do not appear willin "at all times to take counsel of the news itaners and maku public all they, inters to do. New York. Ncv ember I". - I r. .i Uyron, ba - terkihn; ical - diie. - un i.f t Loom is I - abura torv , has consump. .,.: a.n advanced . - ftane. rontracte l b .;.':. li:c sertti.s. H has lost foi'jy - fivr ....:ii w eight in a fi - ' - A miir.l. t 'ot . - .a - has exr.erime.'t'.ed wltaU . bii.'tt ."ia an I .the culture of '.shasc ein'.s. . He ?;r. i lo - lii.v: "When a pitl - a; u. under n.y car.) I aiwlavf ?ot from h.rn portion of snutiiili . oilialiiinn the h.i . of his parti. ulr disease. 1 eain.:i ..e .a ne a .u .! I lies !ass. ready d : t ion sotiti a the mi v'l - muf spread out on l!ttle :h.t s We keep tlieni, in vva; - to examine them, and ;il :.' tliey are; perfc. - Jly .safe s they are on the jrlnss. is Off Di li - ill, .n m. v Hue to len 'li IU - treil tin - liirt. York. Jt'.i . inh'T i 'ot. - ns - niar. Hi '.trk. i .. kt'an will sail for un w if h hi - ;).'. ...lid iff v. ithin ,t I e vv ' w ecd. s. ail t?. - hahs of "or - Kress will probal.;.'' know - and hf r bjm no more' fur three . - ..rs; at i.aSl. i - a rr.i nci ri tli la v (j1 ;) - s f. r a I xtii,' al.s.n. . - . an f h is t ra - - . i;if)hit..pe wf d ie - mdetii rte in l. - rif. - t;n Co - kran s I I that he had I .ok. - 'i for P'.hl. ..: I a: .l; - wave everywhere e' - t It: New Y jrk . - :! S,. id he. rhh u - - It fwi.s a c .r.denif.ation of np n wh ha v. - hetrav . - l 1 . - ruocra l. - l l. s It as r...t, a i . o:;.'. ai t ion of .r;t. i;li - . - 1 t heins - 1 v .. tier. :;.. - v.f n - u il - teiited. I is0 - ui - oil .' .'cfl.'OtU.Aliy vfished. Tile had . ajnyie - i ' i!fc;r - . - s. a:. l will : wen: dow - ji uefcre th;' popi'.ii indilifialion o!i Tne.s - ilio:iL:ii - he lii.ate.l the Pel::. - ' rVijr. are I th.ouph sotj.. stevli; i ti a'.s vv.fie inn .ilffl .in rhe disaster 1 ov . - rw ftf - lni. - .'. lu - r. vva - iii.'r. - tie L 1 .pil' - sr i. craft, vv hose d - . - tru.;. a n ..l pr - ti - a fatal or p. - i miiriei.t ::: - lh in la'. i:i - . - .tt - .n - t ! two XeW II. Yo: : i a' It. 1' .til If. ..in Li npton i ; i.u.i. a 'mi t :, - t e:i ill s 1 1 1 , N,,v ltd. ': I.i ' . l.t - L' o '.'. ,,:: . Te .f,.r upi ti.. i I - lie could lini. - h Ihu - re wa 1 in wih: he's a s - irotn th - ali!" shout., b.o k j.ari ot lb. - - n . w I in The committee on parks appointed by Mayor Ixenny and tha advisory committee appointed by - the1 Commercial Club held an Informal meeiln yesterbay afternoon, in the assembly room! of i the club, for the purposei.of. discusting - the best method, of proctjedingf 'of establish a park system in Idlanap - ol( K; F. i.'laypcoL who presldel. made a statement of the work already done by! the cjsmmittee. He said tjhat the mbvetnent U' K a n at a dinner jtlven by the Ooni - mir.'ijl (.'lub, at which a number of excellent i:'ii' is on the) subject of parks were read. So much interest was shotTi in the matter that it was decided to p.'t on foot a movement lookint4t the I eactlfytng of the citj" by the establishment of a park" system. For that' purpose a committee haul been appointed, of w hl. - h he ha 1 beea made chairman, be ha i coinmunlcateA with a civil en gineer named Simons' or i.nicago. an i with Mr. K.irr.sh.aw, of Cincinnati. He h.i si - ikkested that otic of them com. - to the city and select. the most faorable site for an extnisiye park. Mr. Simons had o.Tet - id to r - or.ief for f.'vJ a day ami , I.;. - expenses; .Mr. Kjtrnshaw had of - ; .ered to oii.e and make the preliminary s..rVey fret of charge. Mr. 1 - airnshaA had. ..sK. - d lor a uar of - the city, and a spe. ial rji.e had been pi - epareo and " .sent loin. Air. iTaypopl understood that ."..r. Harnshuw w. - ts no prei - urlnj; a map ..! th - iity. showing it jvitho.il file puras. and another rnv showing It with - ihe pai'h systtm. as propost - u by him Mr. ( lav pool thought that such maps wuiii.l in. . ice many of the tx St citizens , to Kive lands and money to the project. I'ark t'tniiiiufcaaionera. H. Clay Aib;i. w ho had agreed to make a :jiij,'h . I r;. f t of the ' necessary legislation for the establishment of a pavl'k sjstein. reported that lie hai been unable to do much oh account of the eleciio.i. . He said that the chanter - had very little j to say about parks. Il would be nect.s - : sary to have a board of. park conirait - ' sioners with power to condemn land and i to asress its valuation. : George tJ. Tanner thouxht tha.t the ; matter had better be left In the hands ! of the Hoard of Public Works. "He said lha! he had a treat d - al to do wltn : .uawiri; up tbe chatter, and .thought i that tlie Uiai.l coul! now appoint a ! board of park commissioners If - ll..' j money for the'paiKs was to be rai.ed by , j special leai. - 'latiOfi, special cornmissioive.'s i - would he nt filed: Ir U.e money w as lo i e - na - from tlie m - TieraJ fund, the Hoard of j W rks could supervise the work.. I .'.ir. Allen t!:Hi;;ht thiit three iarkooni - ! ial. - ' i..'i:i - rs should be appointed withonf IN A FAMOUS CATHEDRAL LIES txi STATE THE HOOT OF TM dead ma op Rissi a. . ! It Wii Bnllt By Peter tke eeit la 1TO. - 1 - A lll.tory of th tiStr tolaC Bark te Raaal t blaia HI. Title aad Estates. . mi.j. for Silverman, bet so .tense that ., ,,n.. culd U'a k'"' r - pui - ioie citizens, w no won. i . I 1 V r i l - ii I a. I - - .a i. i r h l.im m the ea;;..ry . !;() '.t.i ;l - h' - oi arrtsted a t ti - u i;o,i i I'lci'i - iiiniy shrill tones: - .'.ili - ' fch.e waved h - r j. - .. . ai:d werv one looked tha: . ri - ii .V. as". eipo No'. . fl ilf.l. n N i N. - w Y. da n r... - i r.i" N..v. NeW N 1 oik. Y. miM t v ia :nM ra. .ullsin u li - - t - .): Ill of last , to I r H. - r: - .vv h : lire 1 - 1 uio'tntaUu - last ni"hl i burn. i ov ' ti.pes. a:i : jmniiin '"i'i o , 1 o f . .. . . . - ' . ii.hal.iia ree I ore 1 . Nov. n. in ').' ; '. - t of - At Aim - I An. , 1 'I v - : - . i I halUpt t t ire. 11. i! - a w ". ai. ' t ' , . . dt.et'' an .1 - ; i .ut. - l tai - "COXfiRH - SSM. - lX 111 I !H" 11. INS. H.t as d i.:i :. r ros. - ope tney beet. me dry and dan - l.'s4 February 1 ma.1 s. - ti. - very Ihoroiik'n experlirieirts ,v. itn the li.i. - !r. - : of CLiiisiini;.; io;i and 'in some way i f oilier if - iit - rtri'1 Were illlowed to .It... . - 'IVrhap - llu - y mav have I.e. n - ; tn io th - flour, pr on tt my elot '. - s. ; riiav be th - t th classes and bottles w. "e riot i.roi.eTy st .n lized. I have no doolt that outn - . to the carelessness vvhi.h - ( often conies I lirn I oil if f :i mil ;a : : y iv.li dar. - er.I m some Ivav or other inlial - f i :., icerms. It w - is fortts'.jrht later t.i'at 1 first ri - 'umilti'il' ie yr.ip toin - . 1 hau i oiit,h and f. - lt lery weuk. An exam.aa - riop. showed uui that I had consiimp: .on. HiivuoT, I .ne ''ot despair of a . :ii - t. IhouKU ooth of my r.mjfs are afff tf l. A M IT FH 100.oiHl. John I'.. Itd4ill VA'iinta Dinmxrii from Klea - trlc l.lhl oni in n let. III. "ti. - J i.'tnJ. - t.'tta parti was ele..ed on fistiii.ct fts - ,ie that prole' tit.rj ' vv jr. i i 1 1 it. 1 1 i h mil. s ' If il - near - I. - Sjl e. ' bfVV - '! Oiei. tjr ;il CbMe - BncV lo ItiillonniMili avad o to rk. - j Bivecisti to. Tb ln.lii.naps.il" Nf'. , : Washinetbn. U. C November la. - f anfM gressman Hynum was asked to - tVuy wiu he Intended to do wnen his term in coat; reea explrfd. , i M am spins oarn nome ani t'u to work." he replied. - 1 ' "It haa been stated that you would locate tf fashlRton. was suseeste,! Sobody lever heard me say so," w the OjngTt""11' rePI - v - '' f.,,'5S I"1 tftat iatatenWt the 18 h''r to "h' Jheujrht. Spme of the peo?le' who mjijke thai statement would doubtless liketo .liave me Mive Indianapolis.'' j ,i - ' rWTM.'TERS AUK "KK KIVti." Pitt sb - rc. Noeetr.bfV 10 A ben hl. - d in tbo I'liil - d Stat. - ? Court hfif by John JC I'.v.lall She Mi kfesport l.inlit, ompa.iy '1 il - .T pie Iii and n - aln In : v - j Jt - - fare 'ltji.r the 1 ) - mc..rat1i' p.il,cy o! 1. vv tail'? iiid abundant pnl in lion. a., a . .itttM . tin itepublii - itii ) - ili( y of hi' - h i .r.r ...tiii jiv.iri te ! (.rodui ti..i, ' Ti H" lf of ftfpi. ' - iiliiliv. - s pasVf.t a bill w l. W.i si m.i v - i ii y i on. eriJkl to ! ! .. rlyt cij .. f. t nt w ith i lie .rincil les pro - f. - i' - b.. ftti.r party .li.r.iu: th - pi - .T - : - .'..ii'.ai '...frpii. - i.. - When - ihe bill i. - aeh. - l the Si - nate "us v hole si o - was chaim. - i. and the put - p..se w I: .(h iiiii.lci its fr apuii i m the liou - r 4s entirely ab.lll.ltlllfd. It Was t' o i v an pr - tf ri ! - ! ! th - authors tiji.t ihe Sen, ,('.. - 1:11 was a rf - 'l c n i p 1 1 . . n of I ii - llnW a 1. pb - 'lies. It Was admitted fo I - Ihe; !( - - '.'. t oi a bar - rati. b which, ft e voles In'il - f .. vt.r vver - pi:rjflij:sed or - e - ..t. - !;lV the bestowal .'!tai"tr f:iv..is on .ert.i:n inddsiiies ;md liualities. The tp.o. as.it pass - d bt, ht.ses. wa - 1'. - .l - lt IIV 1! 'Il - - fet l WiSi till I. - . - l. . ' at i 01 'on he i t - t - : i. nt i . . .. , W . 1 . : . .. . .... I , - - ....', - . .. I pa i v .i l udy h.n - b - . - n !...: i llruiiki'il :iml Ifottli il. b , Taxi at.. M - i h a ti na in - d p :ri o - 'e ; neat I. - re. . - .tai : I ; rrlh'f w to J l,rou - hl bv k : !. ;in - l h: - i 'a .' ' HI.l ad ti.f "' ' i i.ers. - n v !: n i bev f f thai h.e v I w ee 1 and i "I I" h.s p. ke. it 1 - 111 I'I I I - l - l I 11 I i n.l ... I ' Ml" ' - I' VI . ' wh .:' I I". roii it - s. v. ho was in the - center of th.t I. .i.i. sboutmi for older.' and. pashm.", his v.... !i.r..:iLh the crowd, leaped ol. the p .:: .iin i... . - l 1 - Silverman. Thei: liar - a ss, v. ho is riothiii - ! i! not dnimali. - . j.; on - attn a run;: 1 Silverman's ne. k n . v. . - . v . 1 t !. ot her arm for or lei . . - ..:ne oi ;.i . magnetic imtiienc - as a ha - b - r - i' 1 l" have rcti.i'tit:. and then - was i a ".ood union man." he ;,.!. ' It - : .hat - - aid what he did onh t) f '. v ,.r Ie. iiims. - - ' , 1 11 - - , - row.l . lii - er - .V Kmbol.lt ncd by itd - S:P. rtri.in auam appeared. :ayini;: i .im no s - ib. I only sai.r ttlm I t: " ,' h.t vv is t iiht - Ihat we should t;iv e .. p t :. 1 s; ; - kt' 1 n a bod v ." .II.'" i - "tid i e. I - - tlons arose and at. - I'll . - h its .! Iviii liitti!" were htard. but i: io . in.v:i,K.k tt. r - store .jcift. and toi l it:. - . r..wd thTit - even ;f th - - 'jieak. r d.r ! ! m his v iews from them he should : " ; r " '' - '. Thfrwas a .1. - 110 d - al itt. ! d.l.K. lilt I t.l fon it SS Seet!."d to - . 'h. . r.iU'.l Weil 111 hand, and there wa - no m ire troi.t Ie. The strikers passed r hit. .'.I. - p. , intinue the strike and : : .ill abt - it Siiv , rman. Id - ; hi I lioiisaml Mill ()ii. N' u 1 - rk. N. v - timber 15. - I at - : t - 1 t'.p. - . - y . president of th - v iii.i ii.i 11:.: 0 ! Hoard of 1 'loa k ma k. - ; - . .11 1 to. ;., ;;.at a Kieat many small firms 1.1 - ::: 1 w::,i strilifi - s. r.:t th..t '!,. !.,. .,.!,: ins - .it - . s'tU hoi. line. out. II - i - t." - i: the. - are four tiioiis in - l ha: - ..' work, a. - .d e ijtlit thoiisanl st.il - .. - t: .): - M,"e tcan one h in. Ir. - d 1 "' :'" ' - i f', ni14.it:.. - on til - floors ' V ..ir..t:;.i Had. 1 iv - fi four hundred t i . - . - ha ' - 1 n 1 v U t u du rin - ; the past he' a - a for tioii - paymeiif ot rent. , ra l. - ll.i'l. "ti trie l - .a. - t M l - ale eon. th. News C 1 - : bust: 1 1 r : k e 1 Ss has falP Ix - vrail. .ff i inrush ; Ut 1 . to visions. Kit - , trie (impumv. cf r.Vovcr over J,'.... in r i " i - 4'! 1 ' all tT 0J rt t Itir PropoirJ Kxten - loa nt Civil Service Kolea. V - Washinf: nn. I. C. Nbveml - er IV - ' Vmv mu ti are received at Jhe Ttst - cJTlce Depafrtmer.t from postmasters Ar ttt rriuntrv1. askinc that certain ftceT Included In the recent civil s,.rvi,' order - be excepted from its oirra'.ioi.s for Jihort tliie. It appears, accordijii; IP - many of tiem. that the postmasters appointed e'.hee the. new admlnisirtninti - came fh to bower Uave not yel had tmi' - tO - A'U the tfflces under therrt watii their pifty frlenkls. and by he new exteti.sion they .are : iebarred , from seU - otmi; ' Jiff clerks a4l.other for posithn. wr.t liave hefetafore been' considered part. patronaje I 'place.: These let lets hav - been verv numerous, our to carfi the re - Jit.v la made that the President t.r - ly ca:t except ah51 offlt - es from the operation, ofi the oewj fjMff, and that ""it is fot.vt - r - i T.tobahli lha4 he would be w illiut; to t 1 ckm iif ihe letters ask w hen the oi - - Ul ' takie. effect. (lhe s'.ippvition beif.s1 V thai some lrne in the future was ow.s'is.' - rated. It vaa known, however, tna! tidi - i "very suest on came up In a; recent l:ilnvt - nieetlr - . a id that It was deu mimed tH - t "' the order i.ent .tnto effect the day that ii . - 1lt signed Tl)e - correspotiilence thus fVir rcWVj a; the depanmtuit shows tni 4herefcr - 3 grt tr.ay pUces afievle l b. the order, and censileruble disappoHT: inent In Pi my potoiceg . .ctainst and 1 'H Cl. - Vflii i. m tn : . - K3 tail Claims that ihe nd i:n - Iteiie ln - fkld had a contract wi'h the - lirush company by which they v - ie to be aner.ts In Allegany and nineteen rounding courses in western I'cnnr y b vtiiila lie s.iys that altho'.i:h tf - Hn. - rt company':, patents were uii.l tl vv .:'. lowed infrin - 'etnents on them' ;.r.d (. : - . tvitf. - d other companies to manuf 1. n if aud sell elet trio (foods in his territory. H - also Hiiiais that the M ' K - . - n id l.ini't Company has purchase - 1 f r.. - s 1 her parties ati.l is iisin - a larte 'j.i''i - bt - r of ..ioi'ble carbtn arc Pimp - v. 1 are tnfru.ii 1 ... ,.,., - .... f vv: ah 1 ! I'ti.pi ft ; a.ip': 1 . - : orm. t - ..f . I t he i up .j, I Stales, e b t - is an exhib: - 1 iv i.irudy an 1 i.arlv dishonor I n - u : - i - if lefij. - f - f b. appr. v ! fii h I., - - I'resi i - int r. f..s. d lo i I I 'h' ill. lib Kor'. - au :'" pi i - Jai'l. oariiiK a miilt - at. - i N'.nib, r - l.feii J " i : i f ! til" . t : sin;.' ! - si - u: is ii. 1: ' Th . ' t r 1 1, i 11 ki !':,llV k ir'iii:,, - w . - w h. , ' . 1 a - "t .'d - .i o'.Iipl. - .l. Vlleireil Kriniilx In' A Irululii. Th;:. - Ky(i:Jl SiillOIiS of ov a. a - untinir a.. ttiry nr. 1 aj tl.if them. J rnerts on Hrush ; ; .: i iv Inpohl have lost 00:1.1 en - r, fluo.dO". and th. a - K .16 till proud s in ir.i - :: terr Jtym. iit of the t .mn.i. - s.or. - 'u'inst..i:i. i '. 1 "... November I.',. The 1 U - If - .lllii an national Va m 1 a ,irn nrtiml! - wf.l I't - et'.ii'iv a'.; hi" h :t r v - fo'irt '1 a year hence. t tlr - ttorotresslon - ni - v , ty district in thr - nia. on th. - pround of k tor r,. v ! - ! tior.s. The . - n.min. - had d. - i - d en ot ihr.1.1 1 t.. - , It w is rm - d it th - Ifcoubli, - in f. .it - th. arl - 1 Ii. - I '. r:.. - rats are t c.n - iie'i'jt .v ::'! - : - .: up .',.. - r ihe matter, an I. ;i i - levid - nt from tl. - jr manner that If' . - rt i'd a :. n is arritd iiiif. tilt sessr - H! p: fiif kirxt ''"t'tri. will b,. a for, iid I' - I - iiii - i' to Speaker Kc - i's foriii - r Mi - r.. ' THUMi ;n tin: ' M)i:i:u. ohvt Iterurn to :. if I . Novernt it . .1 v . rs at the l.ri:iii: h V f been ou siu - f 1 1. n ihi to return to t hei '.ii The settlement was ! ihr.,u'!i the I il leV - es - 10: :. pKe. 1 1 is claimed I y - 1 f thai the employes wili . . or the li.ii.i.. . en i, t ..1 tna. n in. rv. be aide to ork. oh. h 1 rir:. i - . - - i w h' - r. it rrn - i throvy o n th - r - t urns il . - :j!'".ii'!i Stat.J o.' i f. - ai U. and iutn.i1 tln.t 1 - iichjh i.f'v, . I'M'tit: - . , , 1 : . - ov - r The th .f Tw , ed Iii Yah e I'll. a;: t .) A'.lrti I'i: kill hi - vv,' ,e n ti it h: - 1 V.'i k ball t' Afai. 1 f I.o. lilt.. d!t an : ; f .'. f. ti M. n .u bv I . than I. - :'. J ill. (,() an. tun. ry. be a!,l - ire the cuT - dotvn. i:HOK AM) ItOIlV. l.ct ter lu A hl. ll A Ha Itn - filfil - - k ii;; Hi'Khi Vt. in - '!.,' n - f 1 P . . - t II at It ill.'., us do A I - tll'r I'rma iiHrrUnn. to Itiibezvileiiieiil. !'hii..dt;pi ill. November - IT.. - Va! - iei 1 Alien, a n.4ti.ber of the lia: cf this t:t v .ist. - T.iay pf;,l.:.!t Coert to th4 I m 1 - I LI dim ' '1 "f. Joseph N. tfl:n Thenars Kal'le, 1 11 nu.lty lb . h - 1 ': inWczy - lcm - 'r. of the Kev. JaJiti J. Hv.flera.an. ..'.' ivniiltvin and v Ali. - n had ' - : trusted agent - of the pros, cut niai v j ears. , and the tn - iiit ha i o in his tuir.o for inv estnior, t . ! Into - speOulal.i'.Ci on his own a - o ol In - clients' path was swept a" Kev. Mr. HutTer:r.ar.'s ioss ajta.i fi; .'. tit IhJ Jnrg - cst part vv., - iy th slatutelof. limitations. A. ,01. . lornierly hidhfy r sCi led, jifei.l al.v an 'ext .Bjila - y i husband, and p'. - it men v were tfj.de by h.s cOnt - .d . the proksecutbri. The judge iinttt. ! - teliCf. 'ft . r. .t. r - :T. I h. a :.i: The K. I. l:i ; ..:t I . o i ,t' ' liu - N l.i:.; A:,f 'T' 1 : , "1. - r 10. - liid. .' hi t 1 tllo i b 1 : .Vary is at;,. h.i b - r.ii. ;. .11 Tht hint - 1 1 . Ir' - wold , .' . t . w'h nd U rr. . i I n I. illuni::. . a uk. Thr Ni ih. d Ko :, hi - , a. wrnur f. r. i nau - r - o. rac: ov in - : , . - vv a t , The (1 iavv ess:,e M..V. 'il.' i". f v 1 i - n r r " ni'.y n :i::ik r p. a I a n . - htn l s. rn' .r run ov em l .i L : r 3. . .1 I in. - - rid upon ;; - " i 1:. li.a r.u :. a is 1 11. ry Pit, 1 - . 1 1 1. w ,11 t ; 1 ( . ter I Hi - to s. rv . 1;. ;ri, , i iv'.. - ifii.ii" r; pu ii. : ; :on o 1 ' h i. - f Vi firs, v . - v r lv H' - ;;.JA.M!N HAKl.lKoN.' 1.1 1 . U - llt to he NV - vv I. - e, V i.l'i . d Tl ' i an alisw e r. win lfo.... if that he lot. 'IT. - nian - y apprebeitsive 1 a letter' vi hL ll fi V ed iie f. olll ..He df hy t r, - k. . hjo ny thij i .i"i. - 'i: f :i..o - :a: - i - :v" take an int. rest in the work, because ot ; ; iht - lr interest in the city. ' I ! Mj - . Claypool thou.ht the money wus not the uneslion lhe were there to d:s - : cuss. The first th - iu - K was to Ret the prlv - ' j Kesle of est.tblisjhlrisf. .the parks. ' I .Mr. Tanner believed that tbtre was ; j eiieiuch It (ri.siat ion ua that subject at i j pr - sent. . : j ik - iixf Meir.tt thouifht the pj - rk com - ' mission should consist pf three men. each ' I t... serve for six years, one conuviission - ! i t's term to expire every two years. ThU' , would allow ei'.i - h nvv mayor to appoint oti - corio.iissi'jiie r. Many members o; the ci n:i:.i;tee ihoUik'htj this was a koo ! ' i '.ca. and said that the Hoard of Pub ic , ; v orl:s and the Hoard of Sifety should j be on the same plan. Some memfKT - i . thoiiiiht If eommlsnioners were ap - 1 ' pointed, the money would be forthco.11 - I me. , f ( iinni'll A iiriprin I Ion. 1 It was stated that if there had be. 11 . ar. one to superintend the expon JiPire of , I money the Council would h.avo appropri - '. ai - 1 son,,, money far parks.. t "The matter cam up ttefore the f'nuri - ; , il." said Councilman Cooper, "ar.d the I reason chut nothing was done wa. - i that 1 the t't.uncil had no assuranni that tie money would be sjnt tor parks even if 1 j it was appropriated, If there had been a i 1 board of (.ark eomttiisionei'S they would ' 1 have rh.i 'r.ioiev " "ih. Oe.n.'il - wouldn't have ap - I ropi .:.re.J any tn .liey for parks, an . - :iid Mt. Tantitr. "It's all p ilitn j 'h the Council. Y .1 didn't wan: te) have .1 .Tv 1 .lined of hiirh Ui. - .es. Tiia: s w ., - 10 irtotiey vvi'S '.; '!: Jp: i.l t. - d. We . i . t . t wr.t polities mixed up with the parks. " "The tax htiiit :n ihis cirr I. - , '.j crps mi fa - ?!:".". i.i, if; .jr. c...jp,.r "Th - t.' rate is notv nly 'ai . m;p .), ir,,. 5pvi. v - V . hd a iii . r in of :;i. cents to" ko hi 'r '.v - Pad '.'.1.1111'! to .ipj., 0 prm fe tin; iiof.y. hi.; v. c had. no w.iv if s..ndn; i; I'it'it ri.. 'l - 11 w approju i tt. - d It' Mr. AlP - n wis a - !;ed r) ut, n ivsh'ii! la'..: 0:1 t.ne subiect of pitri.i ..r. l r. brtn them with hut! ..t th - next m. - t linn of the committee, also lo m ike a ron - h drift cf'what, v'ci laws he th.eiht , , f,.k..,, - v . if , erred m lo t! . .m ;ri tt - e. ti.v 1 11, ,i be embodied 11 a bill to be i.r - s.r.ifd to the l.eyp - - h.i ure Mr. ln imol'n Plnn. 'Mr. 1 'lay';. 00I - ail that he had found ..1 number of :tf.ei,s who would ea - .s'i t;. - .'l".1'" t" 'b - park - t.' if they were ni - that the money would be f xpen l. - d ri"ht - He sai. 'hat he would e,. tiiotiey himself, and ::et other people to five some, as . - am as he was sure that ill - .par.s couil ie established. Ii - tl.oUh' .'I Voilimiss'oi; should la elJippW - ,0 - ! lo een b - mn i.ind and to fake i( In the city's name. If there was no orjjier way. he would forrw one of a syndicate to .in - ' !la - e th" land an I ,W - e.l it to ft,,. ,.jrv. .v .t.'i t tic .itif r - tandirikf that the - ltv was to . - t - ri.l a c. - rtain amount oil it each v ear in li ip. - 'K en,"nt - There - wer - t bif, tions to thtj. Mr. At - bn remark i - t: it that a syndicate "would not 1'ave 'h - power to ' oti.pmii Ian - is. lie ti.oiis'ht't he best way to proceed would re St. Peter.bnrfr. November 13. Toe boiy of Alexander HI lies in state In tbo Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul Sirica - it was placed there, thousands of peoflo have viewed, it, and many of them wept as they .passed the colfln. Around It ro many candles, which throw a a - Mmmer ing llg - ht over the features of U dea4 Czar. , ' ! - The Cathedral of SS. Feter And PajuL in which the remains of the late Cur Alexander III will be laid to their reat was ortginitay built "by peter the Oreat in 1703. though it has been rebuilt and restored mortf than once ,3lru?e tien. 'It'll often callei the Fortresw church, because it stands wfithln the fortress which was built on thjr island bj - f Peter of Peters - burjrsky. lle - tjeath tha pavement art - reat vaults, in which , all the Russian sove.reiKiia since the foundation of St,. Petersburg' lie buried. With tho excep - ffion of Peter II. who diet at Moscow and tw interred there. rverhead tn the church magnificent pnotiiiments mark the sites of the graves. The Interior of the j cfruroh Is covered wh banners and. other miliary trophies captured in the various wir wated by Kussla ajalnst the Swedes, Poles, - Turksi Persians and French. , Externally th most reniakable feature of the budding.' is an oblong structure 210 feet lone by li feet broad. Is the slendej - and elegant pyramidal . spire . sprmin? from tha four - cornered belfry at the western end. Th summit of the cross), which surmounts. It. Is 271 feet above the ground level. In rhe gildlnf of the spire twenty - two poun Is we.ght o5 pune gold is said to have - been, empioye.1. The fortress, which coai.alns - the mint as w ell as the cathdral. ' is now used s. a s;ate prison. The remaiirder of the l.sian'l is meanly buil and is the refuse of the poorer officials und the'better class of i.rKi:i. men. Its . - .orlhern part. se( - arated .'riKm ihe niaj. - i island by u narrow channel. Iiears the Banie of Apoihecai ;e - ' isl.'n - l. a - i 1 ir 11 tiiid l y ,t botanic. il d'lf 1.11 ot - r - nt si fitlfc valre. and hy Me rrivaie - .rounds a.il parss. In. lading .the i.i.v.'"' rj ihles 'ddvlil J arinii; th - .i.jcfors. 1 "zar. Alex ir.Jer's Ill - lies" ind journey to Livjid:.'. cor - t PJ.wlc.i' roubles. (.OIN(; It ll K T RlNlli. Mr. ovvv Ililnka I! Ilia Title ii Ki! K"r. ka. Cab. iov. N'ovvx has siai't"' .for r Cnn ilerovrr Hat - i tc. i ; ulf r I.'. - A. fk. it j.s;a u tlaiui statex coTtscatcl tweniy the Iti'Vslati gaternmciu. 'oiirr.. and ho owned larve i: h fLrt'eitid for ' crit - ar He ii J t J A T.trlrn, ls. fvlt - iitV veurv has ari us pillions. A yeir 'ip' he cti.Ti" t . - 4 to fakv i - nai - o: a ranch. Sin ) :t Xth oi'.'.ii - T; :"' ''I he hatii be .1 1 is 1 i tie ! nrl years ajro by His title v. us prt.perty . whi it '. it, , '.he ' ': and id iurit! - . the ls. Cvt, - ;:tJ veur Pin rted himself and fit: i.iy by v .. . - vis, d t'V - Uden.Js that f - s' :: i f t he new te. r. :'.:! ar - i. fort "r . - II. . ! . S'.iou 11 thr" It - will No a y ri'C - lve has hut i iid - r the law 'h. - thir property during ail thtse ytiirs will p dpo be i' - c'o .ert .1. j MAW'OH HIMjTll - s Dttl.HTKll. . . L - . - ; be Is inll I.i lie IhtiK - dw - eil tir Marry St - ii:itor I me.u'a a4lnk with thte at - his rest. oration praoik - rmy riV - .one. npi oh'ir 'If audi '. - atai". .cunaiilitlorii of New York. N .vni'i r I all - !s fh.:. i - .; .,. - h ::: - ; : on. u tl not I e v rnif. : 1 Miss Kate of" Sena tor 1 ';i I x . t 1 Th - Her - !': ort cut - w in. h. how - that the eii - llri. - e. serond .':rtee. ari l i inel oli lids nils ol in it.' t" ,, peopl f Senator 1'on ani.ourlef'I tn pa 1 tifs In h 1 eve thf stat - - t re ikitowu to - ri ' 1 1 x terms, with t he 1 "i - i' tf r hot. ie in Miss (frit - crons la - t ouch "ar.. - r - n t ev - r. I'ag' - HK .: dan - h.t. 1 Mr. Janife 1 anieroi.. i'nr,. - . 'i h eapn.il ai - - in. 1 m t n t . a l ll - v. be on very f'rt spun a iiionth year at t heir w . una. ,Nir. Jarnes i'ani"rv 1 - the possessor of a v - ry ial;. - . fort i if. It - was one of the hens to the e - iale of Sim.ni I'ameronv his ura - iWathe r He is tl ion: at the cap - Ual. and. it 1 - n r.. lerst 14. 1 I. spends mo. - t of his time at . count! y pla - - near Har - risburt alii at t lie 1 ' i nier. 01 f - tafe In the South. .Mis. liil. f 1 - in Pans at present With her da 1 1 Ii t - rs. ,md will pnububly i...t r. - t irli 10 V ashiui - toii this winter, as she Wis his iri ituKe a trip to Kgypt at a ti early da t - . TIIK wt:Tin:ii III I.I.KTIV. i L'r.iteJ States Wca.t.er Loreau. Indianapolis. Ind.. November 15, jvtti. Tbrrniuuiricr. Nov - mlT fa. V.. .1 Ti. 12 rn.' p. m. .'o Iff November 15, 1K;. 7 a m. 1 ra. p.m. :;j - il - - f j Ilarixiirter. r. - 21 ; 0 m. - n' - r Lurnl Conditions. 2 I.m. - - 2fi.:s for Mri I'iavpooi. and others Aho felt in - i.nel. tv. say specitically. just what they - :( nilliti; to :v - .. This would form that ip'jii ' x1 th - nui - : - ,.s 01 a parte Tund. to which th ctty ar.ip pr: '. 11 1 - In jlvaluals would add Mi' of Aleyer.auil (arniiier. tf:r.c.trs if the Hoard of Public 'Work - xpressed themrelve forcibly on ihe p. est Ion of vying a. tax for.pirk pa: - - ' os. - s to - d:i.v stiid yr. M. y - r: "I atn favir of parks. W, should have th - m t - 'oreeasis lor Indianapolis and NJd v ii.nnity fcr th - thirty - six hour - i ."l.ng p.' m . November' 1. l."v4: Warmer. filr wather to - nliiht. r rida vj . even - : k V. arrtier, rlr - ather to ; rW fol',. .wed t v k - 'al rams on I lower I'tntiera! i. - e toward ' T l.n 11 as : 10 1 l : Till: IJlUNt Kit "Mil V.Nfil.KH. Ide Poiipe l.elieve lltchtirtl Ueiunoy i i la the vim. N , jav 'I he; so:', Ill ..11 p' ::. t r. i.u : . :.: 1 as a feeler." s iii 1 ; ,vt . - . "1 1. - ,, arpose vv .. - tt y ' is .si present b 1 think that whci tnv l - tt - J t ,'. - It. .fii.l. 1 rs of tb - (I . ) top,; 1 inn I'la v - 'opinio:: . - i Cenernl OniJltlotja. A s - torrn area, moving southeast war 1 - from th. - Northwest, is central over Lak Superior.; ;wlth .11 J2. Local rains fed. in fi.i itht jfakota and on the porthern Atlantic ctast. snow ,11 .Montana Var the city is not ':n con - I of the .Mi. - iss!pil the temperature row from I" i i Ji degrees. xi ept fnfm Montana nortrtward and In - Manitoba, where It fell frtm P) to 31 degrees. Storms probably will prevail near the lakes. by of TUB pbPKEVuH i FRAxcn. fwil AAjllTT tilve - nir ttenaon. H hashing - on, - D. oj. November 15 - I U. r,i,avt ftta - a Cohsal J. M - . Wiiey. at 1st - ' i draux. aenlld th L - ipaftment of State - - a int.rentW report oil the trade depres - - tiom' la rfafic - oursi of 'hlch "hie eek tt fir.fl a refison fs our gut : - pc - Ke(aa: ! - If the jveople of the . Xlrli - i ISiatea havle hid reason to com - aisin ot bird atirnes for a year or more ' ipfilt, tle YrrficiLi to a certain degTt, ilaalro Mead their oompanions in rr.Isfor - !ttiB. fft ahatlFranoo can not suffer on 1 J.erilure thf - wcjt'rprbqooncrd financial i orpresvion land etiti thrive. tn the ron - : ,traryrrI ri.lt.bt tf. itakins all Ihiigs into ' 'ietsl.ra.tJpn. ;the' Is not : to - iay, better fT than aky of ker foreign rieaphbors. ,ftf arjiUslJca - ahbw tfct there 4tilV . rc' - iwsafr.a made nvonct" tr capita la cfrcu - cmu in tfe r.iutiii o: ranee pmi - u I:. - l I'n.ut tlx tiro. tic. ! VVashUigt.tn.' P. C., Njvc'i i Virgie .'. Mrlicrmott. tie - fo.. d;'..g - ter of A. . McTT - i ;, - .rt ' l'tr. - . rtiAt avfri - e.' Wa - .t. - : l.iiie w.elis a i:i. and e - - 'rl..y ' ill!! the sy r.ipt(rns cy ii biiol." , r d j J w a s o i'ii.u. .. 1 ... ... . - , t . : g ri iw .e to - ' l t.i e .1.'. - 1 - l.mc bit a r - e'.ghr.lr'. - - jS s;; . p. - tn - : S..r..Uy r:n - t n:: - .: i.r - I seir.i 1 wil l - ori ulsions. which . ' i chmds o l" - n thror.t, and . - i. - - :vt 1 welt - : T'o iff which was f ' u - :: j BitfH "r 'abas. j j j .dt rntnrer - Clark AirreMetl. ' li - r er. Col.i Noven.' tr IV "i;t - i ' Ciark. thd advent ..rT. - n :. . 1 ;p. f .vltfi Mii - s Gertrude. Hutch: f . .s :. ; I resle.1 t - day it Cistle Rock. I . a.;, brought .back J to Jenver by !. - tect:v CUrfc. .His wife ct.no f.icujv.ith ..: d.irk if charied with sieiitr.g mor.t.. tiH a llss Elliott Just prior to his mat rlkge - ' i . - r .ikefllelt!,Jliv De - stro. - ! illy Fire. : ' ' Mason i CTtvJ Va.. Novrintr 15. Th tdwn of Sheliielul fifteen miles south jf here on' !th Iowa Central, nud was t.H titlly destroyed by pro laat aint. Losa IP..UUUk I ; I - tit' I len - Jt r. ... to ' :tl.'i'l : a .1' .eil .'. . - i. 1 - . . .: C - 1 . - I - ' Mite. Nov. - mbe - ie '.'...I,. 1 on - c.s. .. .::ti th. - . town. : l - . - Alflioii - ii ; o.i the Marti. e murder, r err,,r - rl. a V.:i ii. opj r.t : itius ha v , vol.:. ..ii art - ,11.1x111 - ... . - e ei - nl Ii;. . e U - . ; t :....ny . vv 1.0 - f ia. - - - . ir.: . - .: r.i.. i,... , . - .. i ; - ,.' " . I ... e : : . - a. - the tbeorr that h. Mrs. P.: i: . ii Hitani - ..n.dl - . 11 .:.f,cr :: - Ti. - rwa - i' . if. J - ' - o tab o! e W, - r' . 1 i pr . , et l.. ra t.l i." r : ; : 1 .. iille - l tor tu: a: '. t he 'wh,. 1 1 prize :irht: tj tiik - I iai - - at : and. its a 1 1 c n d a ?. t a: ,i - rl on again a : t'..r.e this niornin - j hi not hesitate to - vnl - 1 hid 1 r.v.j : ga.:ii - 1 Koi'l'. j :n 11 j n t as 1 as I At.AI WJ re. TliK STATU. Juilge llnv I I). - t - lil .a the C A IP liit uriiurn tion ( wilroien). It 1 - ' v ar - th:s morning - udge Theodore P. if th - Appeilate Court, cajlel t - t.v:e attorneys interested 'in tre . rsy over the. incorporation fe '. which the State claimed lo be . tx.i... 'J. all. I r - - ::: If.::. Wild. I AM IJ.. ItllHI) Ol T. t an Not r.ii uiut 11 Member of tlie tliii'Ui(o iium u a l' a h. "h: "igoj Nov embt r " t.n.airs Club, after .The aristocrat!! - a stor.nty sessiip p - iLiyf t tfused to admit to membershi) he ndfeir3 colored levturer, .Mrs. Fanni ffarrii h ' Wliiams. The applkation of Irs. l'ill.ims for membership had . been orisl Jred at several. special sessions, and Quarjrel of the first magnituife was de. elotit - 4 by the discussion." S A strong tctiorl.o? the club, led by Mrj. Charles lemol'n. wife of the mllltonali - e brokei", i prong y opposed tbo drawing of the color 1 vn : '":. J. - :... ,r lh - ...il. t - 'r i;. - i"hit f tw 1 IP. - t 1. N. A. ins HO. kfor - i The y. - j. rafts P. it sir the office is his lor lit - . John Hosfoid.of jfist .Hoxbury. M - s . salesman for a Chin ago - i.rm. n. - d at hotel at Marshiilltow:.. I:l. He reftse.l to give any ifUOrmatioh regarding htJ family, or fioipis. Thefe seems to be Bome myster as tp his iast life. i The Nebraik4 Institute for the Pear and Dumb im Cmaha h.as been turned Into a hospital. Thirty . of the Inmut - s - are aUlliTed" with typhoid fever and 'others are threatened. The authorities are much dU - tnrbed oyer the situation. 11 r I - ..V . - a - 'lhel coiltr - cit . - : . d ie from ih - fhe - ago 6c Las'ern JlIlno)s P.aJai.y Company. A. C. Harris, for tije ra.l .vay. and A . torney - General : Smifjh and v'. A. Krl ham. for the State, were present when the decision was rendered. Ju Ige iluvus h 11 that the IncorjKiratidn i - c s ., .piar - p - tor the filing of arttcl - s. 'in - . .::!,, - in the case, he saH failj.r to . h .v. tha. articles had been tiled. At to w. - .at rigat the; company '.has o of - raie in this State; as - a - consolidated .omi iny without nliiig new ara les f :r. - .i i - oration. tn Court did not decide. lit held that tht Question; was mot iri - Volv - I In the jiresent coniroversy." I It :s understood that the State will take an appeal to tne Supreme iCqurt - within thirty days. Should it lose i Its. cause before the Supreme Court, iqui warrant proceedings would be begun tp keep tle railway from operating - until it file articles and puya the JcXofpi fee require i by law from a company of llts capital. The.Chlcago'& Kastern Illinois offeral Us article for filing - la the Secretary if state omce a lew month a to, and withdrew tr.n - , hnmediaitety! whan iU iflon it tips tbrie for a. Id . tiunaJ ' tu - r - i - 1. At,but 2." p. r .nt. of our j.eopl ! . iio'ovvi! carriages, couid afTord to pay 1 : - ' additional lax. If would. In m p.nion. bkW ror.g to tax the othe "' p - r : lit. for what at this time can be ac - i ..'iiitfd 01.lv a lnxur. We have a num - of parks now They iio not a 11 - belong o the city, to be sure, but the peonie a.u Uii." them without . - oft. The propi - r - , - ow ners are ta.Xfl heavily now an 1 blifonal burdens should not be plated 11 them; There are inanv people In tt.i :ty Hhl can barely ..miake a living, and wouldrbe an outrag to tax them si.il more. Trie Commercial Club that took i 17. - i" M from 'the citv, sits up like a king und . vmands tht more tax - s sh.Ul be Ie1e.l on c ur people. If there are phi lanlhrbplsts here who want to do sumetntng for the city, why do they not do as philanthropists do elsewhere give to tpe city, not fax itV Let us build up. our city first, tjet the - in bsta ntiada before the luxuries are bought, and the property - owners bur - ; dened w ith more taxes. J am of the opln - ; ion that son.e one baa a large ax to I crind in this matter, and If the people do not - w - atch oirt theywdl have to turn the grind - stone. Hy all mearrs. let us I have parks as fast as we are able to get them, but don't Impose any more taxes." fald Mr. Kramer: "I believe in parks I and - plenty of .them. Hut let us take care I .. 1 , A W htr.r - o - . . . Ul Vtliat " ' " ' ' ' ' " 1 " ' ' nj tv 1. 111 more,, and let us buildup the city in a ge3d substantial manner. The petiple can not stand any more taxation at this time." ; . t CITV PA RllilUPHS. Tbe "Weather In Other Cities. Observations taken by the United Stales Weather Bureau at 7 a. ra., nine - tieth mexidian time: P.isrnar - eit. N. P I'.oston. 'Mass... cf. ? 111. Bar. Ther. Mayflovrer Cor.grtfltatlonal church wili offer many Christmas article for sal t - dayt and to - marrow at Hie rhureii. . Supper . wilj be strvfl at 6Vcl.K - k bvfiuMToW evrnlnx. K,. l.erts Park, r'mh maa;rilld again laat rughi upon tb se.tal prttucUn n( the car taTaJ'iieeB Esther." - - By request the en - t rtalnnnnf. will be repeated 4ot - ruorrowL which wili be knows as chtitlren'a nieht. - , An official notice slirned bw ThomJa Tm.' cart. - as aud ft or ot Marian in - . . has been tried with the Serretary tt State., cetttfylrva to the appointment ' Luke n'alpole las iua - tice of the peace. The appointment - is to - be, ia foro alU hia uccaaaor aiiail ba nhnaaa. 'hlcagcf. Clnclnnatii O Cleveland, ) Jacksonvtrile. Fla Kansas IHty. Mo luisvillr Ky New (rli - iins. li New York. N. Y. Omaha. IN'eb Plrtsburj Pa St. Iouli Mo. .. St. Paul. iMinn... St. Vincent. Minn Washlni4 611. I). ( C. F. R. WAPPENHAN3, S - oO .... 2Vi .... 2R54 .... 31C Jf - W .... ."in24 .... .:) SUM2 .... &).18 .... atn .... 2538 .... .1) .T., 276 i.. 2S.a X. it, w . .'. . Si.23. 54 ' alii 21 4H. 4 - 11 : i 34, 4 42 3li. Weth. Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear Cloudy' Cloudy . Clear 'lear I'lear Clear Pt Viy Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Clear Local Forecast Official. For . Colony of Lltbnnlaaa. riiiltlnnre. November 15. 3Ir. John CoOper, ; of Ba - ltitnore, who 1 recently lolght tjne thousand acres of land near W - healtons wharf, on' the Rappahannock river, Virginia, has Just obtained an ctp - tiop on !"x thousand acres adjoining - bis lirst purthase. It is said that he want - the land 'for a colony of IJthuntana, who wish to (come to this country to settle and eng - Jtee in farming. He la endeavoring to secure 15.0UJ additional acre, lao aa to make the whole tract fo th oul - ony 22. acres. , i 1 j ; . . f . 1 I - f .j - ' Give the Money to the Poor, j Ed Ho jhour. druggist at Clyde anil Cot - leje - vrinue. . haa wrttted to Chairman Moore. V5 tbe Republican county committee. Indorsing the auajrestlon that there be iio city celebration of tba Uepub - - Ilea a TlotoryM and suggesting thai eacfi Kepublioan who would have JolUOed contribute at least half the amount tt wouli, navo - oooc nim - to max a luafl - xor .ue mm liaiu m. in 1 - 1.: i ' I j : ' t 1 1 t in. "Or !l I. 1 'sf' I ;t i ' 1 , - 1, , f'ft -

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