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   Webster City Tribune (Newspaper) - October 7, 1887, Webster City, Iowa                                r y t PttBLISOBR OT THK WEBSTER CITY TRIBUNE EVERY FRIDAY Official Paper of County and Terms of Subscription Only per Year II Paid In Outside of WEBSTER HAMILTON OCTOBER 1 or ECONOMY PRINTING Finest Job Office In the DEALER IN LEGAL HIOIM IUMIlt fi ol pIlTStCIAN AND All culls J promptly Ujrl pUVSrciAN AND iiromptly attended to ilnv or Wlll bo nt Illnlrstiurjr ovory Mt MARTIN ATrOHNBYB AT tnd Collrotloo Wolinor omen on Stcoud In a CHASE ATTORNEYS and Counnclori nt Wnh OUIce over Surlron CoB Sucoml Uyl PHV8ICIAN AND All OBlls promptly 7yl Webster nice up ely Uerr A SYRENA nisciuox of nnil Clill Iron ft oniiuimd rualdoiicu In tonucu Culls nn sworcd day or lino Successor to PHTS1CIAN AND Ofllra und roildunco over DetlorB drug All dills attended WebBtur Jowiu 47tf WO HOMCElATHIO Ihyslrlnn und Olllco llouinl ut between Upi MOIIIOB 8t nud WlllHon Avnnu Olllco n to 1U II toft nnd 7 to 0 or Huliiioiiiaiin 111 KAMRAR A TTOllNBYS AT Webster town fV Will In ll tho CourU of 1rompt atlentlou glrcn to In Kufurard fcecitnd Btreot nud n EL1AS j SnilUEUN Teeth eltrlolod Jwitholit tmln KIKKB by uso of NltroiiN Ox do Gold nil Inv mud ftno pinto work Olllco In over Loo WuUter UAGAN FUNK ol Webster City Brick i Tile A lupcrlnr qnnlltr or nil of Do kept cunnluntljr on linrul iiranoril BOOTS M SHIPPS Boot and Shoe Store HONEST GOODS FAIR PRICES im6 JTarmcrs nnd everybody Yon cnn now buy your direct from tlio nnd suvo mon ut the new Crooked Creek Yards in Webster FAll pcrndos of conl sold from llio bin or or delivered to nuy purt of the SPECIAL RATES BY CAR Cull nnd Lcnrn lOtf CHICAGO NORTH ra WESTERN Penetrates the Centers of Population In NEBRASKA AND Its TRAIN SERVICE Is carefully arranged to meet requirements o local as well as to furnish the most attractive Routes for through travel between Importon TRADK Its EQUIPMENT of Day and Pnr lor Dining and Palace Ins Cars Is without Its ROADBED Is o Tho NorthWestorn Is the fa vorite route for the Commerola the Tourist and the after Now Homos In the Golden Detailed Information cheerful furnished toy Webster MARVIN rA CA EAF SODA Best in tho Wo HI nsurance and Loans LEE SON General Insurance ARM INSURANCE A SPECIALTY Mniifl7 to on Improrod IMrma nnd Hoom 5 Tflr Jawelrjr Wobstor Cltj JSniO Merchant A Perfect Fit FirstClass IVorkmtnt and Very lowest Prictst RRCONU ilson iiml 1low work ilono In the oat niiinmT Ht IDW julrcs by t Ilonus looil hniil nnil soft WHEELS for Glvo mo ft 191111 My Klngilom for Hut I him lun hy At Servis old o ho cnrrhH tlio linos t stock ol ever put in n friiop in this tf U wilt pay to patronize tloors south of Sengcu SERVIS AT TIIK NKW AND BLACKSMIIH SHOPS nl two Innrs south of Chrystio Yoimkois o now ronily to ilo nil kinds of WAGON WOIIK AND HLACK SMITH1NO o at PLOW WOHK A Wo want nil our old friomls to call and nnilavoryhmly vUutlinliiiny ood work nt fair croiainsr DKALKIt LIVE I will noil everything in my llnu nt the very lament linng yriccii nnd piiy for gruln nnd stork the higheftjmca tlio markets have a lot of Charles and Bradley Plows that I will close out Call and sec JOHN 7tf THE Dos Moincs Street GROCERS Koop constnntly on linntl a rush supply of Stunlo tintl Fiinuy GROCERIES Produce tnkon In exchange JTOIve ui a RILEY Ill dour TUB THE STAR A specialty made on private work for par ties and TIIK suys thn people f luilln bcllovu Hint Kiissmwill juinnnr r later force them from thu Hriiisli KINO of li only for years but Ills huir Is niiir y Ho is tho ImnliMlworkiMl loliiirch hi A STATISTICIAN hns lignruil out Hint llioro la ftbiiff of coDuo ill stum in Hie lilted Stntos for oviry OIK Immhvil nil twenty women anil lilhlrai HUSSIA is eoiisiilerlng Hie mlvlsuhil y of ounctlnjx n law proviillnj Hint hllilrou bora in Hiissiu of ionium parents shall bo regarded as lusslan from SIMON CAMEKON is now the oldest tirvirlng Unitod Stales Io was born in Next to liliu are cllorson born In and lunnibal born In lias so grown in favor n Merlin thai n eremaloriuin Is to to built in the principal lithorto UerlinurH desiring to croiiiatc licir dead have been obliged to go to TUB 1lorida papers tell of a banana oaf two foot wide by eight feet ml of cornstalks twentysoven foet taken from a Held of eighty of wliieh they were only uvur go GEOIKIK of Ilerkl rotlo bis wheel from thai laco to San Francisco between May 21 lid His expenses averaged 2 per His cntiro kit was in a 5x9 ncli Tli distance was WESTEHN railway managers have omo to the conclusion that raihvay jiitMIng In thu West has been greatly The prospout now is Ihal onipariitlvely little in tho way of new Diminution will bo undertaken next TIIEUK are some surprises In the slmtisties of Paris for The ilrtlis exceeded the deaths by only whereas tlio excess in 18H5 was There were di last against the pre THU painful intelligence comes from few York that no engagements have esultcd from the summers campaigns t liar Harbor or Narni The wateringplace butter lies do not appear to be in demand umong marrying A LITTLE olghlycarold girl in has gray hair which is turning vhlteridl the It used to be raven but began turning gray after a orriblo fright she had at a lira three ours Sho is the most vcnerable ooking youngster on ACCORDING to the latest returns of oreigners residing in Japan then ire 592 HIM rcnclmicn and f foreigners in Government employ lieroare 27 17 8 8 i Dntcbmen inrt OS DONA ISAIIOIIA of mill to be the richest rtonmii iii the her fortune being rated as high as She Inherited married and a handsome is actively engaged in steamships and a dozen other juslncss A cmuous kind of a boycott la re mrtod from Bishop rleuly went to Gleneoo to administer he rite of and tho people of the town refused to outer tho chiirol while ho was there or to hold any in tercourse with The lilshop Isop losod to homo and tho National league lias declared u boycott against HUGH a who died a tow days ago at nt tho ago of seventyseven orootod his own moijiimpnt some yours It is a splendid marble bearing Ills namo and the datei of his birth and and this epi taph Ho traveled over tho first mil y over built in England and crossed tho Atlantic in tho lirst steamship thai over plowed tho Ho explored many tumid and died in tho fullness ol the who was for tho murder of in Now thirty yours mid whoso tria was tho greatest sensation of that day died in that city Sho was sovonlyelght years of ago and was the wlfoof William of who sooma to havo robbod her of al her money and then dosortod Shi maintained to the laat her Innoconoo o tho and the living relatives o the lattor Boom to have boon con vinced that she was not guilty of tin crime for which ebo suffered so mini BEN ItuTLKit said to a roportor ro contly that anybody may become Proa but It is notsooasy to bo accopt ablo as a department When I was was examined for appolntmont as and failed though asked tho young womau who distributee tho list of questions to give mo oils 1 remenibor onoof tho question was What States and Territories would you oross In going from Now York to the Pacillo coastP I dldu1 no tho answer I wroto was Nona I would go round by Capo A STOHY worthy of if true comes from It is nfllrmoi that recently a young man was mcs morizod by one of his friends in tin presence pf several Afto some ol tho usual experiments wit tho the operator said forbid you to drink wluo during th next Tho patient was tlim nwnkoned by tho mugnotixer blowlii In his and it Is iilllrmod that h can carry a glass of wlno to 111 If tlio glass li fillpd with boot or any thing else his arm wll obey him and take It to hit THE ompiled From Late FROM MIL CoininlcsioiKjr of Internal en tint LTtlt dental thti rqiort int tin Intended making nn of our iiindd In tho Ho nald tliut tin in hrtiwtTM nil piitil their tnxon it wan not in duly to nmkn mi eh nn TiiniiK WIIH mtuh n heavy tlonmml throiifrh ut the cunntry for ecu ntukdH nnddiincH Hit thti It WIIH reported on tho nniititit to Htipply iho K of nnd of invltcil hy the 1res lent to not with tho Secretary of Htnto In jfotltitlon for n ttottlmnent with Unwt ritjitn of out of tlto ilierlcH ncuepted the trust on tho llth nit of bun been ppotnted by the President to he United iUK CoiiHul nt Olmrloa C American Coimul nt ban PtlKHinKXT ftlld Wife Ret Otlt pon their Jnnrney to tlm West nnd Month u tho iuth leaving Washington nt tun clock In Ton tho third quarter of thn tRH failures number tho United tales ami UOS in ngnliwt to United nnd n Canada fur tlio ilrd quarter in Tho voluinu of Iliu for the third quarter of tho present Is largely In exerss of tliu gures for tho tmmo period hint THE EAST Tnn raeu for Americas cop was illcd on tho 117th at New tlio Amerl nn ynuht Volunteer beating tlio Thistle 111 InnteM netnid Tho wind us light throughout tho contest WILUAM HAitTirxo fell Inton eahlrou of illhig catsup at un tliu JTth nd WIIH ftitully AT n meeting of tho Labor pnrty f Xuw held In New York City on tho John Hwlnton was forHeo ctury of Stata A resolution WHS adopted cnonnehig thn violation of tlm Eighthour by tho Federal YOIIK Democrats met in Slate eon entlon nt Saratoga KprhigHim thu litfllt nnd otnfniited Frederick Cook for Heuretury of The platform denuindH u reilnutlon f Federal tixutloii of at lonst idorses Guvemor Hill nnd Clevu iluuliirusi it thu purpomi of tho party t support tho elvilcervleu laws of tho lilted Stilton iiml of thu Stato uf New nd favors tho local regulation of tho Ilimur Tin MahsachuHettH In Htato onveiitlon in lloston on tho Sth rcnoint utcd lovernor Oliver Amen and ntGovernor Urnokott Tho plat orm favors u protect ivo tho on of Internal rovenuo nn lion t ballot and u fair tho nmlntctiaiicti f thu preHttit ClvllHervlco tliu nn It ion of n prohibitory tho OHHiitlon of tho of pensions ir VLtnraiiri and thu passage of n National ankrnpt AT Charles Courtney do mted ieorge Ihibear In n throumllu net IK on tho JSth In LUCY whoso husband wns pensioner of tho war of expired ttt homo at on tho at ho rlpo old ngo of ono hundred and threo earn nnd tun AT n meeting ot friundn uf tho Indlaim luld nt Lnkt K on tho LMHh ft protest WJIH inndu tho order f thu Indlnn lluronu prohibiting thu nso of ho native In tho It wnK bulluvcd tho order would eturd the thu caHhior of tho hurwt tnnern wan arrested at on the nit for 100 of 1U41uniK Is tlm nt Jaoob tho Now York a stay of WUH granted on thu iillth IT wim reported on tho LMIlh thnt In pector of wan in New tork City for tho pnrpoHu of iirroKthiK Horr lobt for holiitf necewHory boforo thu fact to ho llnymnrkut In that he iuulteij ho conspiracy hy Icttorw and Hpeiuhoa JOHN SwrNroN doolined tho iioiul uitfon of thu HociallNtlu Labor parly of w York for Hecrotury of to Hall was on tho LMlth nit ohoKcn In bin A cosiiitoMiHK betweon tho vorkorK nnd mnnnfnotururri ut IMttHbnr wan on tint UOth and lovon thotiNnnd unemployed urtlsanti would roHiiino IT WIIH douldod hy Jndtfo of Iurk on thu that thu hoyuob liiK of a nonUnion laborer hy a labor or ganization in pimlKhaUlo under thu law J TIIK Huotuh yaolit Thlntlo WHH dofuntud by American yacht Volunteer on tho 30th In their neooml raoo at Now York by U inluutos IHii thuR louvhitf the Americans oup on this aldo of tho IN tliolr weekly trmla review R Dun A Htatod on tho ftOch thut tho TrouHtirj ohnnuH of bandtt had ohantfud tin foolntf In tho money hub withoul Itiff much UH to lofrlllmnto MICHAEL tho Irish ngltutor roHohud Now York on tho 10th utt WEST AND THE Huoond nnnual cncampiuent of th Nntlonut Union Vuturann Union comnionocd on tho 27th nt Tui IjtmlneHH portion of wna deHtroyed by tiro early on thu morning o tho MlHH riHKIlB COUHINH took tllO Ontll O otlkn IIH United HtatoH to her deceased in tlm United Htatc Court nt HU LonU on tho MtHHCoimin la tho lirnt woman who ovor hold thu olllc of THIS Ohio HaweBall Loaffiio played thol last guniu thlK HOUHOII ut MaiiHllold on th winning tho punnnnt with XanoHVltlo TiiKCommandorof R ntlhofomi nl mooting of tho onuumpmant In Loula o tho JHth reported tho total inmuborBhip o tho order on tho 30th of Juno taut ut 372 During tho year tho dunthu o inemborH wero TUB etriko InuiiKuratod lu tho woo IP mllhi nt two months ago ha proved n und tbo wouvors wuro ro turning to work on tho 28th nt omployora It wan mild to bo n tiovuro defeat fo tho Knights of Finn doHtroyod Mnxwoll box fuo tory lu Chicago on tlto und also LobHtchIM cuunlng u IOHHU KiiANir HOOD and of Muftkegon loft tholr tliroo ohlldren in tho hoiw on tho night of the und whim thoy ru turned thoy found their hublca Inirnud t death nnd their homo lu AT tholr reunion In on th 2Hth tho National Union Voter elootad a full corps of otHoor with of Com TIIK R will hold tholr next Natlona Encampment ut during th wook of thu centennial uunivornury o tho Bottlomont of thut Ono thounun votoruuH on tho 20th muUo u pllgrlntug to tliu tomb of Abruhum Llnuoln ut Bprluj fleltl BIX Mormon pnlygnmlKta woro foun guilty ot unlawful cohabitation at Hal Lake City on tho 20th and sontoncod I nix montW Imprbionmont THK inotuberH of tho und Dan vlllo ball clubs woro all indicted o tho 2Uth ulU far playing halt on AT threo muttkeUuiun a tempted to jiho oh a passonjf train on the JUUi but thoy woro drive oft by truin iNtheBixth dlntrlot of on th UUth thu Democrats noiiiliiQted Colon of Duton or Con to eid the Into Iolonel IN the valley of the Itlo Irandn report ot n1 JOtli nit showed that them had been i ftit destriiettoii of property remitting from u reeent The of Hantii Iji 1nebto nnd Kdlnburg wero dn royiil TiiKallejjnljiegro liiHnrroetlou lu Mntn nrdu It was reported on in Oth TIIK death of n woll nown nnd medical director on lie MtatV of tleneral Clrunt during tlio late oeenrred on the 20th nlU at nt Iho age of neventylwo AT tho animal inert Ing of the Womnnrt clief Corps In in ronneetlon with ie on the Iloth ult Mm f wan d Nntlonal AT Loiilrton tho 30th ult the tlraml rniy of the llepubllc ulcctid Clnnend John of to bo Commander for thn miming Tho new onitnniulerwiiMlioru in 1eniiKylvmitaforty Ven years enlinted in Ohio In und was breveted Major In Novem Nisit house nt burned on thn 30th V Ml1 ULT nd two of his ehtldren perltihing in the allies LK SAIIK u was hnngnd an on thu 30th fr the nirdir of a fellow countryman named han Ah Chuek llvo yearn AT on thu KOlh ulth JamcB miveral was nr Hted for Isnitlng fraudulent voueherH in etiHlon tlcMratidlng thu ut 11 of n innni Irulthe IntcrStato Coinnierco Commlrw IIIM bieii grimtod u peiiHlon of twlvu illan per month AH n mildler of thu M ex it n wnr AN train utruok n carrlntre eon Susan Dell and liith agrrd lad tho 3011 and killed them IHEI convlcled rrcently t Slonx of tliu murder of eorgo was Hintmeed on tho Oth tt four yearn in tho diKioyed tho Htennier Shim on 3oth near und hreo lives were lost FOREIGN TuncHiiirmiT Ontario nnd Quebec Ntidi reM were tho and the eoplo wire HiilVeilng The llren igedlnai nntl the furnicrH had out buildings cropH and cattle A burst In tho rivers Mler ud In on tlm 27th caiiHlng litin to tliolr nnd In tlie tod which remitted much property wan In tho town of Mler two bun red honaei weru tlie town of lucrro wat alco llfty IIOIIKCH be ng either away or IHMUNO tHo twentyfour boniM ended on ho 27th weru reported 11 J new not cholera nnd til in and I now cusen and 1 deaths In Ca SDos ndvlenH of tho 27th wiy that n hinefto hnd been wrecked on onu f the lYnaidurcH and three Ired soldiers and thu captain nnd vltli the exception of uno weru AT sixteen JOWH were on thn 7tli convicted of ineemllarlrim nud Hunt to Siberia for MANY wero enrolled an niimi ierH of the Irlrdi National Lenguu in Dublin it ita fortnightly meeting on the Lord tayor who declared that hu OovennaentH attouipt to HiipprehH thu caguo wis n dimnal IN reporting on tho 2Nih upon tho recent ronttrr tlinoiintf a German ottlclul niwerted hat tle French Imiilmniin were on oil wlfii tho Hnldhtr shot ut ruvicn wan repoitud to ho opl lemic in Londim on tlie Hlxteen hun Ired pittienUi hiilleiing From tliin dlHeaNu voro mild to bn In the TIIK Itrlllrth It WIIH ro irted at Londim on thu had boen vrcckml otf und ten per sons were THE Hungarian Dletwim opened by Kin ieror FrunclH on tho 2IUh nit witli Htntemont that tho foreign rolalloiiH of cinpiru were friendly nnd eat H itit that thu general munition Iho Htrongthonlng of tho military Ox tho ult 1olydoro Do n lloman WIIH eloctud Lord Mayor of IOUUTKKN iiRrHinm reported drowneil on tho 30th ult by tho wrecking of tho no bo oner Ocean Friend oil TIIK cities of Lombroko nnd other towns In Canada were on tho 30th nit enveloped In u dulixe flinoko from thu forunt Navigation WIIH KUHpniidud I Kit Queljoc and Mon Tho IonKen In tho Ottuwa dlutrlul wora figured nt LATERb THE nublfodoht on tho iown tlie total Ubt to bo iNh lu dnbt IORH oimli in Dooruani during Bop to in Decrouso Bluoo Juno llroH near weru on tho 2d eiitiHlng grout IOHH to TIIK IjiHldunt and levoland Kiifnl completed thuir journey U HU Lou in on tin ulghb of thu iHt Thn greater purl of tin day WUH taken up with a parado und publli at TIIBIU weru tlirun denthi and 11 vn IHOH pf cholera at thu New Yorkinuirnntlni btation on thu A PAiirv of twuntynlx men ninl womei mtsHlonurkH sailed from Now York on the iHtto Join IliHhop Taylorn oniony In Ccu tral AT twentyHlx lending clonrlnghoiiHOH I tho United KtnttiH thooxehangeH dnrlng th week onded on the aggreguluil ngaiiiHt the prevl OUH AH eoinpnrud with tho oorro Hpondlng wuek of thu dcoreaH amountHto 15 5 puroont Jon ADAMH cdlonsd WUH lynched on th iHtitt for tho killing o Joseph Loonuy of Now whole Bale Called on tho 1st fo KxOovinvou o diid on tho 2cl ut Hortfon aged eightythroo WILLIAM tho nldost grud uuto of died on tho 2d ut agednlnutyHlx Till oxHecretury of Htuto of V the 1st Konlonccd to tw yourHlu tho penitentiary und fined for embezzling fundu of thu TIIK Jtulluvue Bank of tma un lutHlgmiiunt on the Ut with liabilities ei tl in lit od at about TaiiKK pornoiiH limt tholr UVUH on thu IH Inn lire la u Detroit Co A minors In tho Hpriiigllnhl trlot to thn number of I If Icon hundred struc on tho Int for an advance in IIuNity u Frco M committed Hutoldo on tho lut nti by ululating Tom purnry Insanity WUH thu TfiiiBB men und two boys wero suffocate and thirteen others wero overcome wit gnu ofi thu 1st In thu Kost collierynear Asl THK of Now York City on tli 2d nttomptid to hold a tnoutlng at Unlo lu sympathy with thu Ohlong but thoy dlnporHud by tl pollco after u AruiK on the d Dtroyod the Dntton Mitchell ImrnH un ulnetoon Irioludlng Don tho ft mour running TUB reeord of tbo buwobaU tilulm in th National Leuguo lor tho wook onded on Ui 3nt was w foUowM Detroit gamoa won 77i 00 71 No 65 01 00 irrnlrTtinusuml Vclrrunn Stnrrtt Ili Itillii nnil ralrilillirN Anntuil of Oriuiil Acniy Itrllvf The In Hluft ad IheiiIrienda huvo taken thn city by und from dnyllghr until far Into tho Ight hist ono euntinuoim T iMitinM ItHilf out of tho tnion From oYinck nuwurd Iheiv ol u of half an hmir a ml the local reteption nil hough H nnmhers had been Cnuiul it to Imndlo tlio peoplo that rowded upon Thorn were tiinet IhuoH reitiued und ven tho awful rnnh of tlie Knlht Tem lain foiiehtve was more than p to threo oeluek In ttiu afternoon tho nirial repnts to tlio of llu eimimittenHhnwed thnt over twenty iMtiNitiul were already upon tlie and IIH every trnln trotiKht hi moro liectatoiH than draud Army wan cut that fully strangcra wero u the TIIK early ns ncvon cluck the vartouH nnd deiiarl iniit divisions begun to assemble lit finn fop 10 piiratle and preai niiiHseB of people TIIH rational Enorimpmont or Mio nt tho M held llip li Ulnir and illeeted aloinj tbo As there of n i if iho doWUiKiur f rain it WUH thuilly decided to postpone io piiiMilit unlil When the fart of tin was generally known oiiHideniblc isfac Ion wns otli by thn eomraden and the nnd overal of Hi loral and visiting with imdH playing und colors inndu urades on their own account to dem their indupoudenceof tho Hnln luotigtuiut the whele and IwsL night ho diiwnjiour wns ultin to a delngo nnd 10 Mrcoin wero turned Into minliituro It WUH tho llrst wot spoil that loins linn experienced nincn early nd Jupiter Iluvhift got In hin work in lino AH u result tlio prevailing condl 011 was ono of gcnornl Lilly ono hundred t housund striiiigorn nro i thn nnd Ihey huvo perched them elvea liko ItcrrlngH into tho lobbies of thn tho doors of tho t rlgar lores nud rnpeeially tho lonsunds of theui havo boon glad to no ro u nights sholtor nitlon uwny from tho and thousands with many among huvo apliico to lay loir Thu hiindrcdH of ton that ad been pitched In tho Hubnrhuu parks uvo been rumlered nnd tlij wonty or more thoiiHiind veterans who hnd cen itsMgncd to campingout puiftetH havo ui tied them In and fteenred ac ommntliitiunH rmild huvn men made uvaliablo for the goneial a late hour tho outlook wan that tlio aln would iontinuo tbrniiKhout tho ml thu nnilmbilitles arc tlmt tho parado vill bo entirely Tho will npou thin aft inrado or no Limt night tbero was lurgnly tittended rofoptlon at the hunt Governors of Wis ousin of Iowa of Alirh and of IlllninX wore urnoiig ho inostH upon tho Mayor rancis welcomed tho ami Oennrul alrehlhl A promcnado concert tho TIM FA n A nolbing nit diseouinging voro the oxisting conditions iiKain lay morn In Tho leaden lieavlor than mill hung the onu dlHrhaiging n dreary tho noxt a dreary The fdrcnlH weru n wearv wimlo of and if an elemental connpir ury had boon formed ngaltiKt Louis and US KUCStS UH BIICCiHR eon Id not have been moro Thou Hands ol veterans nnd visitors turned their faiTS hnmoward Tues day thou sands moro of l hu early ilHors yen e Id ay Ing took n hurled gin nco at thu slty and thon iiuulo tracks for the to catch tho curly UJMvOAIKS1 TueHduy night tho local committee ontor tnincd a setiaiiri Intention of declaring tho march purl but tho veterans wouldnt mwo and word wan sent to houdquurlors o von If it ruined as It novor rained llicro woro enough oomrndos ready and willing to turn out und inulco a nblu It WUH uftor nine be fora it wns finally decided that Iho com might bu permitted to huvo tliolr nnd aides woro dispatched to tho dif ferent hotels to untiounce that tho nignulto Blurt would be given at Then Iho comrndoH proceeded to get Into in Into everything In llio shupo of nppnroL Unit would keeptho wot from heir all Ins und prevent tho Irons from getting down their nocks awl playing hide and Buck it round tho region of thu Kplnal Mvory available cnr omnibus and vehicles of all description woro prcnsud Into service for tho bunellt of thuHu from ngo und In wero unublo lo lulto their pluuo In tho column ami bruvo thu There uiie Hie fuinin Km Himsom scviTiil hundred and poMs fniin KutimiH Wn r blitL in d aluinst verv sectitiii in the In the iimltir nf npparel u very iHronlric looking Uroui iadici gosw iloaiis had In en prrsrv od into Tbo mits rout Indent was sn betiiiol tho and as they rched looking straight with ilrm und steady tiiey were re itediy Tliu posts Irntn Iblcngo hml the brad or tho with tho com from KlllhuMiam clemi in their A ddegiition of of three aeled as u Mpneml etuvrt to tho depart incuts of Aluska ami WasbluKton The Indiana department was proceeded by Mor ion of Terru After thn Indi ms fimin the departments of IVnnsyl ilii und with Cali fornia and Vermont in tho in the All of thn at re ived tliu lnaitieat of lovernor Laraluui ruiiu ut the head of thu Iowa and u hundred sturdy NVhraniiiuift w I looked it up in great sty In IIH they in a relied uheud of the three hundred cow buys from Colorado und thn crowning ovation was reserved for thn visitors from the who made more noinc unit were In merrier mood than nil the rest u I Iho divisions livery other man bad a sweet turnip or hours bead nn tho point of bis ram or while fully nueoro had fort i tied tho nitli lhr roosters to be lound In the These limy waved in tinair in pxubernuen of I heir foe I meanwllllo elieoring themselves in to the greetings of the spiLtwt Heinei linen Intlf ranks closo liebind eaeb other would start up as many ihncivnl war and the tntmill would bu Kortuuiitely tliere wan u Bpnce of stvcral yardn between this enthiiHiustie crowd mid thedolegution from whith marched with solemn There wore hearty miuiifesiitiinih of feeling IIH the delegut ions from New Klorldu unil Texas imivliod The HUVO ru I colored eon tin gent H in line wore woll A detachment nf tho Hniis of mounted and on brought up tho roar of the which WIIH cightyfnur minutes in pushing n given Kstliuates of tho number in lino vury from to tbo luiler bolng nearest the tho HQWH that tlio prutido would go on In nil und but tho HpcutulDiK didnt HCUIU to mind altliouyh of ihotiHiuidH of thorn wero prolly wollKonUtd IUIIK boforo tho houtl of tins column cutno Into Tho mum rovtowlng Btnud tvna lointoclon tho oiiHt of tho rnnin trluinphnt arcl at Twelfth und Olivn und hy tunoolook it WIIH piiohcd with a nnd no tublu it WIIH lOtin oclock when Iho booming of tho guns In AViiHhinylon Hqnaro guvo ftlffnut for thn hond of tho procoHHlon to H u At tho Humo momont cuino tho Tho contlnuoun rnlnfiill of tho punt two hud boon houvy but it WUB nothing UH eompurod with tlio pour thut Iniiugurfitctl thu moving of tho coin Jiut tho wo 11 UH tlio atooU tholr mandorlnUhiuf Fiiirohlld sut oroot upon hU grim find Tho CommuiulorlnChluf wua tho hond of tho with his mounted twonty yuitlu A tinoolul oituort of mountod police woro In tholr ainldbt tho huud of tho Missouri department uumu la with John A Logttn of und the urmod battalion of Wlloox of the TUB nilANT When tho heud of tbo column roached thn re vie wing stand thu l oniniHiulcrin Chief look up his pnsiilnn ut tliu west post of the pint form tho bead of tho and ieneral Klienniui slood the pant Judgo lenoial Aelinj loveruor of and stood between but fitrlhor As Iho various pnHiw weni by they saluted the stand unit their sultitii tioim wero recognixetl by JoiiKruU Khor man and Oeiiisiomilly a cheui would bn given for lionnrul but he was aliuoul comulctoly General fur whom rlienr after cheer WUH up by tlio voteruns Huh for Undo and Hull for Old Toenm woro tho forms in which they wore gonorally Thu only plHts which received any up pluuso from tho stand wiro tho rolored all of whom woro groined with plug of Within un hour after tho parado hnd dis banded tho HUH pooped the mud Ixgan to dirittppuui undnr thn Inlliinnei of the cold wind and for thu rest of the day tho weather Hhortly beforo tho opnnlngof Iho busi ness session of tho oncainpinuiit tho Ohio delegation gavo publicity lo u addressed to Uovcrnoi1 Furnkor by Depart ment Coinmiindcr of Buying that inuuy dupartmunts icquosled Unit hia imniu bu proKcnled for liud tho Uovornorft wblcli wns to tho offout that while ho had n profound appro elation of thu U would bo Impossible for bun to Tho Now York delega tion also gnvo out u dispatch from Chicago saying tlmt lonurnl Hlocuni was in that city nud would arrive ho re ThurHday morn Ariiingumunts wiiro bolng purfectod hiHt night for tomlonug him u royal recep N curly four hundred delogntCH anil Post Department Comimimieis woru ussomblud In tho Exposition Hull nl four oclock yes lorduy wlum tho Jlrst Hocrot bUHkllOHH SCSSIOU Of ttlO OlUlllllplllUIlt WllB culliid to After n fuw but cor dial romarlCH of Omiorul Fair thu roll ring at ouco pioeeodcd to read tho nnnual At tho outset ho miUI Tho loyal pcoplu of this country uro with us beurt and nnd on thuir strong lovo wo always du pond for HUpport as long UH wo Unop Htrict ly wllhiu tho path wisely marked out by thoao who founded and HIOHU that have by ruro good judgeniont fostored this AVo havo thiiH fur followed that and no nud I HOC no IndlcailuiiH that the coniraduH can In tho future Im suiluceil into lorUtdilun iluhls Wo invite Irom tho people of this country thoHtrietest Rcrultlny of our sou conlhleiit that It will bo found thus well within thu linos laid down by our rules and To tho end thut this inuv HO I ouiiieHlly caution ovory mo in bo r of tho order to keep watchful guard ovor himself when bo speaks or acts na u member uf thu Army uf tho a soeloly foumlod upon duup seated rtcnliniuiits uf HO burned In us to havo becoinu akin lo and ono which HO completely commandA thu conildoiito of Iho pcoplo as u whole and us excrdtia thu greatest lost it loud llsolt to tho fnrthuranco of sciiomuH or moimireH forolgn to its lugltlmalo Theso iTUiurks woro frequently inter rupted by prolonged thadmn oiiBtrution WIIH IOHH gunoral when tho Join luotiug tho urllolo of tho which forbids tho UNO of tho organisation for parti HUH or thn discussion of pollllcul qucatlons at ita moet Httld 1ar IIH ho know It had boon strictly o boy oil In letter unit spirit during Iho Tho report wont on to rncnimnond thut tho incoming comiimuiloriiiohlur und councilor administration bo lo accept Iho olTor of Josoph Droxul lo transfer to tho llio cottage on Mount MuOrogor in which lonurul Urunt bruuthud hm H suggested tho unnipllutlon of un history of tliu ordor should at otico bo und thut to ovorcomo the inoonvomunuo Iho auU property of tho ordor Ivom your to the National hcudquurtom bhould bo locatea ut borne central point for a term of Tho ponklon inoHilon was Thero siid the bi en no change of opm on or of mehnd in TlieUraml Army had been for years of cue niind in rnnsiitenng but simple ttiilt tlm United should leant giiint a pen HIM n of nut less than twelve dollars a inoiilhto all whn nerved ill roe months or morn in tlio army and nuvy ditiing the had been honor ably n ml uho aro siifTeiing from menial or ptiysinil Ilitll recent ly them had been no object Inns to such nnd alt lion h others had changed there tho Irand Army would nnl Thu donuinds now miido weru eeitbor now nor but hud been al votirtcd or Tho hud altnoAl unanimously approved me heiiend ont iViiHion bill and thoy experienced great disappointment ami rognM ut Us Tho national pension commition had now prepared mint her meiisiire will eh found furor nineteiitliH of tho and I nt tho next ses sion uf llu Knew that many of Miem a broader known as Hie Hervien 1eiiHion and liodld not pro puso to nrgun ugaiiiHt us nn nlilmuto nl Ilm niimo limn hn would nrgn them to tikn isit thoy could gel now in order that tinmodiatn relief might be given to those that citniot I alto earn of them More than ho would Mint if iieriiunny wan allowed to enter into Iho discussion of tlm il would dn morn to disrupt and injurn ihe ordor than nil the iittnekh might bn niado upon llio or ganmitlnn by Tho of tho uddrom UMIH compli mnntnry to llio Relief und thn Nous of but in his clostm tho spealier referred in a neittly veiled to the reliel Mag quesl We have nut suid nor huvowe at unv I hue since Iho war uiiv dlsimsl tlon to open imnin the iinoo divided this only will noi ourselves reopen ilroiidlul but with tlm loyal North and protest against all which others may make to do by holding up for especial honor and disthieiloii anything that pertains lo in any manner glorify the cause of Wn alii rival thn people of tho South in exult ing all that poitiilns lo and honors this great Union and in condemning anything tends to foster a hosiile Heiitiment to thu end thai they shall revern thn MiilrleniB nf thn under no circumstances can bit coupled with them in Riiino honorable terms the symbols of u sentiment which Is antagonistic lo Us The resumed his seat amid loud Thn annual siutUtleal rnpnrt showed that thu number of members upon thn rolls is a gain nf in live quartern thai u quarter of a million dollars had been ex pended in charity in thn months and thai Ulii cnmnulcH had passed mvuy during tlm Nnl without homo u motion to refer alt rcsnlutiniH lo a eommiUeo with out doliile was and a largo num ber of wero presented nnd so Under a Htinpenslon of tlio rules u resolu tion siihiniUed by Comrade ot Illi was It thu Com miuiderinCbiet in appoint u committee of seven to report lo tho enciimpuietit upon l lut feasibility of accept ing ibe in vi tat Inn of llio trustees nf thn Logan monunuml fund lo cooperate in tlio noble don eral Kuirchild nnmcdiuinly uiMKinted nn a cominlliee of lllinoin Nnw Yorkllovernnr Ioniisvlvaaia Haimitml aiulChurlcn An adjoiiniiiienl was then taken until nine oclock Uiis Two huiiilrcd repn seining Iwon lynlnn S nins and four assem bled behind cloned doors in Harmony Hull in Iho U IVUH tho lllth annual of Iho Wo Iteilef ind Ilm National Irosl of Hun Tho reixiing of liur annual which tilled u cloBnly printed pum plilel of over olio nun dred orrupltid Iho whole of tho mm dealt ut length with tlie troubles in tho order huvo arisen during thu yeurlnOhlo and and con demned In iho Klrong language thu fac tion al hy KlornWul wliich docided tliut eligibility to membership IH basnd upon ludynhlp and by ante cod out on war to tho ynlou This tho Nallunul 1rushluntcontnuii in a longlhy In which Him con toiidn thut tho ordur Is opon to und that ttio relatives of iho Union volcrans havo no right lo trnuo on an of loyalty or ur rognto to thcmsalvon tho pulrlotlsni of tho women of Iho Hnch a slio HolflHli and Thin feature of iho uilUrcua was repeatedly c bee Tho financial report shown that women were minpundml Instyonr for fnlluro to pay their This bulng In KOIIIU tu nuglect un Iho part of IhocorpH Thu inuiiiborBhlp of tho ordor Is placed at nil liicrciiKO of during Iho Tlio uonvontlon will bo ruminieUtliU morn Thu tngelhor with Oon orals Hhornmn und wero the giKtritH of Mayor lrancos at a private bun qitet last and later thn party ut Umdod tho reception given to Juslicu Mll lorof Ihu Unitnd Hlaus Hupnimo at Iho ruHliloniu of Jonerul John A largo number of comrudnH nnd visitors loft for homo nn llio uvoiung but Lho city IIUH been so crovvddd that their depart ure hud no appreciable Thu dele gatcH lust evening hold viHltliig ut ouch heailqiiartoiH and enjoying In numermiHotluM Thero is a Hlrong disposihon on tlm part of tho delegates lo tlio encampment to punli through tho biiHiiiOHH with all poiisihln din although in order to do tho round of which tiad bitun mapped out for will huvo to bo ipeolal for over hall an hour I treated In the address at gveat length Kud 11 UIT IH thought probable that track laying on tlm Hod Uiver road will comnmino next in which ulluu will ho compiottd in time lo handle u part of Him HOIISOIIH pro KurmerH aru loaded down witli u superabundance of product of all especially und aro ut their wlltt ondH lo tliid nieuiiH for moving Act ive mciiHiiroH havo been taken in Ihifi city and tlio Irovliico of Manitoba to ralno rreiiilir NorfpiayH effortH lu that diruelion having An lho Northern Iaoldc road IH much Intorosled In tliu Hod Hiver rutlroud It IH reporlud thai u lu Dm event of u failure to huvo tho bondK of tlio roud humlltid olno hundlo tho hnnds ttrotiRtll of lho KnouNothliiB tho now KnowNothlng parly will huvu u fitHt hold lu tho Hoiilli IH apparent from thu drift of opinion in this Tho Mocldonljurg which IIUH just boon in HUH dincuHHod tho quoHtlon of Uomtin Cuthnliu oncrostchmonU und passed a rusoluilon culling on UH mouthum lo leave Catliollt InstltutioiiH Aa thu 1rus byloriaiiH aro unumiully strong In North nud Houlli thuir wlUkuunuHB to uugntfu In u wnr with tho Cut hollo churoli tthowft thuir roudinoaa to fall into some now and it In intimated thut there are poll vlulaua in holh Htates to tuko vantage ot tbo   

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