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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1888, Trenton, New Jersey                                ip U TO THE PUBLIC, VOL. VI. NO. 1813. TRENTON, bATURDAY AFTERNOON, SKPTKMBKK 8, 18b8. TWO CKN'1'8 fliw Bill Passed. A Motion to Reconsider Now Uncle i Discussion II VI I 1 H 10 UK ndiiu nt Which I i 1 1 i ill f Sixt} Diijs L lit ilh niiti Aul i n ii ii i i lo h him so ex It semite and lui up by a is-- which ni ting was i I j m nment in ti uts afkr i i 1 fr m (he pros! II nh !h ial mf ima t tit itjectl.m of tho t! (lii govoi nment s i m Mil isttr Dtuby t 1 it I SL t lead as L i ha tifpn lejeiled i I in ofll positive In il ll N infoi ina 1 1 tbi second IruiU pust li iu li -i not rtad, Mr h il i ill urgt J tho passage i if it i a 11 imustration 11 i Ij i lit 1 P 1 at tj find with t I M i oi L, far LU It 1 ii t o ly tht 4J HIIKIOOO i L1 m t I ttL tti t u n m this Vt 1 o lot-k tin h ur agreed upon v IB on tl t 1 ill Mi Iiijjalls the fi I ut tl iLstion, Shall i t-tin v i is 1 1 s i il mi-nut the bill ty 11 the fore gu tf on tilt} JUQ- i Senators )t 1 with M I nut Berry lii K publicans I tilt btimte was n i ors ansnued m 11 -i m jtion re 30 The i i7 nays 3 Ison of Iowa i i al ji s Sherman i i t 1 to rtconbidei 1 1 to offur as ti m pi i ling h tfl t until the in u itlnn that bt n j ctel ti n lo t i n l Ih til u i t m ift r Mi J ITri VH4-toJav M to i t i i tl f it Pition tl i i i i tl at Inn tht treat} I nn --h ul 1 tune effect i i II 1 1 t hum then the i t 1 O i this ,11 pool t tl t i i n is n pent 1 i in l t tli fl ur and ear I Ii lii i i's motion Ho l n Ij mill this measure 11 m v inaiiiiei It was, 1 11 ab iliti s and if i t il tu in the fact, of the v 1 li mi th president t ll is Mill pulling it 11 a1 online t ial mjuij i i uib man said Mr lint mioiaij advantage 1 vi lit tht principles i tti tiLti m of nations I1 1 tho null m to recon t i i lit it.il 1 Mr Deuba's i i 1 fut that the bill BBS 1 1 ill i h i motion aigued if la Hi d bv Chum would vvui ti ttie bill na u 1 tti ual pui pose of 1 i v tli tiLiit} Ho was i Mi liurmau s proposi residing tLat as B air 9 motion as -M scnah showed 'orty quo) um V I tli foul sen U i i i a it All L 111 i 1 t o vof ju t taken on Ins motion tu i c iii 1 i indicated the 1 of tl si n il ami to with it M -mm tljacttd A vote w is t il n a o i 1 uid a thu 1 Jimo on tils motion til isi i i 1 ut each time there 111 s h m a ju i u n o ed Ou the last ot tli T tt? I s naLois no were Blau Hi i it. jii it H ai R toher nip ill n 1 i! n t J n i mast of the Dem ou at s v t i v Ihi fi lends of the bill d th i in s.s of fui ther efforts to end tlit m it in 1 tl e senate adjourned tul Mt n 1 tho bill passed but will th i loliu i lo lOLouslder its passage pending _ DISCUSSING THE RETALIATION BILL The Hull i Another Day to the Sul I ro mid Con. T Sept time of the houe w is dm t 1 Liitird} to discussion of tho retahati u 1 i I V will be taken on thp bill to (lay it 1 n m Mi Nutting of n nl criticized the presi lent t >i n t using th pjnei eiven him eighteo'i mo it) uid Canadian disci imliiatiou ui st 4mti cm voxels pass mg L uui lian c inaK The American government lit sul was to blame for the presanl d flit ilt-i s Ii I nd lotiod upon Eng !iuh honoi ho i the history of nations 'Showed it nft u t saft to iclv on English plomiscR. Ht su 1 it th Mills bill became a law IJnglan 1 uu 1 lave actompllshed by her dipl'inn n 11 mill u e m this country what bio hi 1 i ima lit, to accomplish by _ tho_sn u il__ Mi Hli if M n, insisted that the pie il t In 1 u t been del elict in not th i i cuifLried on him by the Ian 1 1 till nn of II publicans that the pn.si lint lui u pu ill inimous Inuot enfouingth tin ls- ho I ist the curt- em pioiincea of Cuiatla Ihe president euspeniion of the prmlftge of d, the bunUns ot Whloh wouia fit SPAPLRl Itit west as an appi pi late lenedvfji new t j AIIILI Ran fUhormen infltt 1 t y tho t aniu n ana liau an 1 il ttnn th) i an lot out tin leal oil uleis the of the east vvou d ud bjiiLfitL 1 Hu m passing tli till not onh to stltngttieii thehan Is uf I I aldtllt Cltvelaill ImL all future pit si louts Don t Ilo ibt Them n Illot S pt s Vssi taut Suio- tarj of StiU Hu s sni th it 1 siu no reabou to illbbehevt tlu s atein nt that ttieio has been a i lot In antoil tilni gr wing out ot the treatv ti ible N itli ng L in t e MI 1 as tt tht dt tails of th atf i i 1 t it 1 li 1 but tut Ii tiling him hapi nit 1 b f H and are likely to tin] en again a ton is a platt tt t a i m sul a It art intnt oflltial Hit jujpl ale i) irnia bit and n hen txtitt 1 I the 1 ant uiuso at Units uill kattui in t s an 1 fiLiutntl) create a i lot Thir an f n I- ngllsh thora, most of them btiiiL, at Shanghai. Cliliui ami the litaty ilk Sept H -Ihe tlal t irro hpontltnt of Iho Herald hs as foi Ions Atttr ial U the Chmiso f jlLlgu ufllto and to the Vmtrl an nilnlwter am abk to btatt authontatn that the nith the LmtoJ Stat< s ib still undei tonsiltratl n It has not t eon r jtttel as yui notri i implv 1 mtud btatta Minister ttlLgidptiLl tt U ashmuton that the titaty is still u 1 r ikhb ration an 1 from th itt ro} pel sonalh I It ai u that tht qu st) in of itsrejattion nabdtftrrtd at the touut il I (lucutlonal StatUtljcs. _ ASHINOTON Sept 8 annuaj report vf ttie commissioner of education shont, that tho aiceKMons to the hluaiy luring tho ear nere 1 bOO volumes and pamphlets The collet tion nu nbers 21 UOO anl pamphlets Millions of children at tend tht i ubhc schools some time luring tla )ear an 1 of thobt 8 OOt) 0110 ntro iu average dailj attendant e Tin southtru btatos have male greatei prognss than other paits of tho country Census of AuiLiltauH in Cauton "tt Abiiiv TON bepi H I he last report re ivei at the state dtpartment of Air harlts 9eym ur I mttjl St ites consul at Canlon bluvvd that 81 Ameileans of which number 37 were nonun anl childien reside 1 mCantin at that time anl i men and n omen and cluldr n m Snaton Hectrlo for the llunjs TON .Sipt light ho ise boat 1 has liten notified that the boiler and t iijjino houses at baudv Hook for supplying the elt ctric light buoys in Sidney b channel 011 harbor, have completed Ihehghtiu0 be put 111 operation abuut tho lattei part of September 1'iUite I'einlou Hills lUtnrnnd. iv bept president has leturnil to tho house without approval ilLjit private pension bills granting jtnsioiis In Mrs Hthpnnp Hppd Mrs Ifine C T Maphet Catherine John Charles ttalstor, Jacjb Nen haul and Rus sel L DuaiiH Mr, Mills to lake the Stump W ASHlNe-ros. Sept ab ut a Representative Mills mil go to to talk tariff refoi m to the people an 1 from thtie he will go to Indiana to take the stump To Build Hrookljn s Postofnoe. Sept setietary of the tieasurj has formally an aided the con tract for tho Brooklyn pobtofllce to Bernard Gallagher foi AND YET SHE TALKS OF WAR Canada 8 Poor Military Sliow Ing and tlquf I qtlipmenttl. OTT A Sept 8 Smee her formation In 18i7 tie D-mimion has expended only W4 ufiS on hei mihtaij organisation Ac toidlug to the last annual leport of the minister of miiiua the total strength was men namely Cavalij 1W field artilleiy, 1 110 garnaon artillery, 2 en gmeers 17) mfantiy j3145 iiilhtrry col etc Uo4 Mlddle- illcd last year while the total streHgltHMd fallen off Id'j percent since 1873 By the Dominion militia aet the military forte consists of all male inhabitants betn ten tho ages of 18 and (SO not-exempt or disqualified This includes both aeti v o and resei v e forces The active serv ice is made up of volunteers, w ho enlist for a tei m of three years, while tbe reserve is enrolled without performing drill, and is available only m case of a general call to arms Repeated efforts have been made to have the active force vyith modern weapons of wai, but asa-mattor of eoorromy, the old fonyder t-nfield is still retained UantB to Sue the President for Libel CHICAGO feopt. News special from Washington (jon Bionne of Indiana, nlll mtiuduco a cuiious petition n tha house next Monday Iho petition prajs for power to sue the president tor hbel and is tho work Of Mrs CharlotU Umltbi-who is championing the cause of Mary Ann Dougherty, whose pension bill the president vetoed on the giound that she was a disreputable charac ter, having been arrested Boveatoen timos Mrs Dougherty denies the charge and has had the facts investigated by Mrs. Smith auLiug for tho Woman's union Mrs Smith says that she made a personal seai eh of the records of the police court of this city where these arresti are said to have been made, and fouud only uno instance wuai B a Mai y Ann Dougheity had been ai rested This waa twenty ago, and she thinks, therefore, that Mrs Dougherty has a good easj for n Fiinenil. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 8 latest Ha watlan report of tho finance committee on the expense of the state f uno ral of tbe princess. The report shows that the funeral was taken advantage of to all an opportunity to fling money broadcast The total expenditure was about twice what it should have been and tha orders were given by King Knlakaua personally Some of the items were bona flde and some the result of collusion Among the artwles orleretl for this remarkable ftineral yero 81t! suite of clothes for men and boys, shirts, 740 hats and 887 dresses and a vast quantity of underwear, costing in all A Denporato Hattle with Slave LONDON, Sept 8 the reported fight with slive tiadors, Capt Lugard, of tho Afncan lakes expedition, received bullets m both arms nnd in tho chost He wa? pro greasing favorably, and intended to ask the Engllnh government to send guns to enab o him to GO tlnue the expedition His consiala of men. Their flght with the slave dealers waa of a desperate character and lasted throe hours, whon thoy were com palled to retire befora the strong Arab btook ada Capt Lugard that the Por tuguooo are ass sting the Arabs The expa dltlon is still fjiirtged to great danger Pdrnllar In the combination, proportion and preparation of IU Ingredients, Hood's Birsaparllla aecom pllshes cures where other preparations entirely roil Peculiar In ts good name at home, which li a tower of utrenith peculiar In the phenomenal sales It atUlneil, Hood B Sana- MrtJlt U the nmt successful medicine for pu'l- fjlng the blood, giving strength cr attng tppttlte. lOOk CROPS DAMAGED BY FROST Yellow Jack Rapidly Lengthen- ing His Roll of Victims SULM1 SI UN  st i itt 1 t-eiisuy of 'lit Cltj (omplfttil I il> 1 1 1 A I lie IHaeittr KeUitij; it Hold in Other louns J r I- lln s S 11 II 1 Of lljW f I 1 j 01 tod dm t 1 ur Ii tin s an 1 inl t dtutts i bi t cum s h uiH n 01 Hit 1 atlis r Or i n tlhuins H pt in nent Ii st m I jj ul u Mid Gin M A Itiulh it n Horiick Mis Dtnoiipirt ol i 1 V (Kwttld VcLhtgjtt Mis nirtt n (ooltindl Mis HtJinck H thp thirl of hilunilvto die Dr b t 1> l ol "bat Is i Miss VUu inuiutn i t th Sinn r Sou ing Mac hint ojmpum liii ift i tlu. ofliciftl Jibt cl >si 1 Iho infant cf Mis Iff h 1 tut it is wild not of 11 fevti tli lift nuth i and ei0ht children Ii the dusL UL uid ont Iiod Ihuisln lutal to d ito >ll bht tast'i tti ditv arc fl MI H A I tnglo (usliioi ot the stato I i ik -in 1 chairman ?f tlie Jrnrnittt o i sit itati in f the LI itmn H htm uoik 1 in defatigalU since the outl L ik f tl L f is als among tht -sif k i- J J Hamtl Di A. 1-ernanl z ml V U Cockn.ll Ji are Thu th i npw t j.se> an M Hit Hum mei Iltiirittta K jb tii n M! s f C and, daughter H i T laiuitin f 1 LUurch L LUI a 1 k N i la at tho o inent Mi L] jtl j n mile OKU Ooor L thinit) r-, ol ji I Mirth i Chainb is olore t I t n Ii HI Sa i H 1 Basslj Miss Vnnie H pkm t John ikler J isj L i N J Ki 1 ju IX} CaniL Smith J I M k m jn a ne0ro b jy H unCt Ku IJuII Cai i it Jim son MahalaHjllci Lhaiitv L ir rie Hastings, Paul n Flbjuiu (tiljicli Mi 11 leif Ru 10 Thomas BLlhel Vltri, I Sj i k tu chiliion of George W tf twoL-hllun t Mii I Mrs ilt in 1 (.iBht (_hil Iren, Mrs U ih ni> 1 ;kn hanier Katt, McViltv Mr-- k 11 I mm f oljrtd Vitlmi 1> u U ill iim Uutlor I Hit A.n li u Mi k i J Biannon frt, i ge An0 1 ]i n J (MI! 1 T 1 Km' a ilhains t 1) I tii AilUi H T I VI he I i i ik U 1 J n nit Lew H L nis M s, J 1 lams A committee of tlu. Lit n-, i niirj ai jiociati m was apjointtd t) ansuu "Xj-tneral sstatenitntis m utuuKL to Camp fhe reports that j allow is it McClenny Ha, thirty milts, at  tht, 1 Hun, VihU to tin Ipitin. Nl i K s t s in I n, t i ro ttst i a n t tli i i u i iti n u Mi Hill f jr 1 I Is 1) I 1 it I I LI In 11 lllst n nht th 1 ill I Ii 1 1 Jtl H 1 lib un 1 1 si 1 1 A n i iJ tlw u-i 1 n s n i O i il I l tn It riti Viis n 1 I 1[ M 1 I i tt 1 I uis I t tg II i I i in i 1 v iUt ncl-in il nnml I un I 11 in (ll ulst i i ILJ.L, I0 i S Inn 1 i in I Di id Hi ii] n 1 mill hn I Is i i i l ui Mill 1 it n nn 1 th hist sj i h 1 II JUI I V 111 Jl II I f I Ills l tlJ 1 IL Mi 1 tl i i i 1 i t nu 1 hu H ti us, II i 1 1 n tuil ul it un 1 tin lis till ii 1 1 nth r u 1 t i us fin Hill Mr I ill un a n s anl this mile tl II II in n L 11 l II sp ik r llnullj n t. i 1 in i 1 i 1 t x Raih uad om rn ill in 11 Kin in "ill K mil HI n i in in tout. an I H t I I tin I it t au lion s on til 1 fhis IJit ill li 4 in tj shjut for Henn (r u M.I K. i n in i u I h r n 1 I 1 1 1 s n h in 1 111 i k u ij 11 the tixahctt i nu I f luis is hi ai pair 1 tut when IK 1 ai 1 his h st tj (T Hill thei H u a tu in il u upmi of in e 1 Ii is i 1 1 1 is- Us a 1 1 Clonus Mi I kn u 1 i i i Hul f l 1 is t jf II t 1 ial nloim bill HIL t imtllt i u 1 brifoie Mi Ge igo lull pj k 1 t u It naseulontt at a nuin 1 i f p n] e Hi thL hall were theru ftr thL iui[ s t makinn tioub'o Mr tuiiiLl t Ins] Ltor asked if i 1 i LO ilJ n jt bipi sen el 'jut the police nu 1 i th itijit to cheLk the list ul rs Mr dil tho best he could; and nmdL an L! iu nt s )L8Lli In fuvoi of the elLLtuial rufjim incusuio which H 11 hat OL 1 U bun Mi G or0e ha 1 finisherl Walter I onan tuel tosij something butthoupioar wai too is nea of resilutions con kninlng n rnoi Hill Has then read nnr] Iptlart I abpted though tin vote nisabout us nois} on ttie n on the }ea side The meeting then a Ij jtn no 1 GHOULS FRIGHTENED OFF Vn nipt t i Ste il M mvell s 11 ith lit lls u Possible Uoinatice ST I tis 'ij-Vn ittempt Has made to i ib tht grave of Maxnell the muidrrei >f Pu lei i tLiith 1 1 m this ut> Ih dlt  i is ilalv unknown t) him an 1 inMatu, ituii his failel to establ kh htrikutlty TliipL niLii outci tl tho grave vaitl Laharv ceraettij and appioarhed MaxHollb Sb v in seeing firL 1 his justjl nlns; them away Thcj uiii to a nagou lu waiting near by and li riij dly t low to the would be lobbtis has beLiifounl Thej left a spade and a coil of t p Ijjng on tht giave (.el man ships llombirtl Tonya PARIS Sept Ihe limps publishes a lispaUh troni wtutli stijsthena at 1'oiigiuii tin landing of the tffl ei s of tht, ttei man mipam assisted by tlie sultan tronp, Sllcta noie ex hange 1 an 1 1 H o of th CT   i> of In lianap jlis, Minn tioiibinei iliilm II Giownky of N J con In tjr S L A hdge of Atlnnti ('ii d oiko pel, losiph Buloy of O nah i Ni i I'et oit Has s lerte 1 a.s tho plat o foi li il 1 ng llie nt xt tonvLiition Thn I inji' I I dors to Cnntp liiiun Sspt 1 mpiroi William ar rlvttl at 1) imlirotv Inj Henasie- rtiMtlat hsstatnn b} thp municipal au thoritii s anil militai j Dm nmpernr at once we it to tti tiiiiliill K i wlioro tho aim> inin in ers Hill he lioll Tho North tt4) tonfii ins1 tho report that an increase in t le naval foioes will bo made in connection wtttt Hie to buill tt L uml bttsM.en the No) tti sea an 1 the Baltic CnnsUlrratt Ittibbi rft CHICAOO, Sopt S Ihmvoa entered the Mil Ire 1 Oatman at M Wood land pai If, and tl her injuied, destroyed or canied aw ly oil paintings and frames valued nt A pimtlngot Mis Oat- man's motliei t from its valuable frame, was found in n bain with the words, "Wo leave you thin face written across tho back w ith charcoal yonr job printing to the jflH Tnurn office. f Thus Said Mr Barnum After Visiting the Old Roman 10 MM VK U NLH Utk 10 NK.III lit Kiiniiinitl llj In His Utitini All (Iiitlttl nltli Ilia 11" is jt nl lv. i Jlum IJIHthi- I I ill, is Niu HI S lliiirmali slept tl! 1 il t i f inn ion au i Has vl 111 hi- s n an 1 11 >s mill i "it hi i i Mi 1 Inn man ate a htht ti al I ist ml thin i a numUr of !n n 1 ill till n halite I m his i lorn and til} litl 1 i> 1 is man led daughters Mis Ml n n k ol Juinalta I 1 and Mn> C les 111 Inn in 1 Hill I 1 cnll H! aul s[ nt tl lu nitli him I h lui litsst land liuikfastel he sm k I i mii nnl hutttd ditufullj mth Di IttliHiilt mil Ins s i tl m that In nl the natural feeling if Huufhess 111 s i m s ac-iois the itiei.ttro H is all riBLt an 1 he sat up the gnater part of th lin Ilundit K f p isom, calltd to pay thtir ttiL ild Demount though most of them sun] U sent up their taids -A-mont, them HOI e Hou IV H Burnett Istiitt attouiLV of Cmuimati J Barton K 5 Yu_u t IJtlmoiit State btnatoi C I 3 Iwin ot Marvlaml ex Senator Duutl of ex Lieutenant in r ImutiL y F Blatk of I'ennsjha nn J B rimrman fttiigtlty, Du Lancey Llnelind JJol Mar Hon Hilt hn s S e] hen 11 Elkms Governor I it n 11 N w J PX Senator Hausum olNuith Cai 1 Senator U II Mm tha nx Senator Barnum I he id re O Cook Similar M Butler of houth l J Ukei Deshler Welsh of Ohio Ht n Ii lull lilt us Ihomas Nast and Mr an I Mi" C Uoiham of Mi Ljiniim Has one ot the nrst to see hi n 11 H is it the ho el waiting at an ail) h ui aul i[ peaioi auxi ms and Ul at i until h mi djwn from the Ol I hui ms all light, ho said UTa f ILI 1 mot tnmjit the foot oe the stalls iom Nast LhntteJ with Mi Thurnmn 1'toasantly fur fu G teu "minutes, ami St plioii 1 Ikms, who had tailed to sympa thiZLWith in oil personal frieud was at me u 1 ti[ stins Half a 1 i otbeis MsitedJudgeThur man anl ill 1 un 1 him bright and cheerful, and le Koine the d sippointmeut 1ns lUiiiss ha 1 ottabuued than anything 11 i In the aftti noon Vugust Belmout called an 1 tuidefe I to Mr Ihurmau an invitation inuL lLoLpti ,i ut thu ManhaUan ilit Mi Ihm man aictiptea, but upon the athi e of Hi Goldthwaito gava it up later in thu attcriionn Vltei consultiug with Mr Thurnmn and his sjn n the Ut 1110 n Chan men Bnte and Baiiuim nifoimel the Newark committee that Mr fhiu man would speak there as au uctin id to-niLlit Ho HI 1 to OVLI to Vwark this evening on tht IL al tiam which leaves Jeisey Citj at d 0 clot-1 iu Col Bntes private car The oar willb) sdetiaiked at Newark while Mr 1 hui man spiaks at the Bellevue avenue nuk aftn whu.li it will be attached to a Hesttrntiam auti the paitywill leave for home jipt foi his western rlntes, Judge fhurman said day that he should iu- sist on otajny and uuiung a speech In New York Li. Congrisaiuan Booknalter of Ohio sp nt half au hour with him last night leav mg about lotbck and half au hour later tha old gentleman retired Mi Bookwalt i 1 here is no reason Mi Thurman should not speak to mor- row night Ht is all l ight, and a renmi kably and well preserved man. He waa ft ling i en bi ight to night, aud smoked a as we talked iht only othei- callers admitted last open m0 weio Col Bi ice and Mr Barnum I r WallacU's Funeral. >rw "iORit hep final arrange- ments for tho funeral of Lester Wallack are being c om ileted by Manager Palmer and Thoodoro Moss The sei vices will be held at the Chun hoi tho Transflgui ation on Mon daj at 10 Jam Gen Laurie Loseated HAI IFAX S Sept 8 courts have uusuitel Ueu Lauiie, member for Shel buinti 111 the housJof commons, for irregu- larities bj his agents He Has tile Papers. B il TDiriBE Sept 8 Rt Rev P Janssens has leceived at Natchez, Mis-s the pontifical brief appointing him archbishop of Now Orleans CONDENSED NEWS, The New York and Boston baseball clubs were given an ovation while passing through Buffalo on thoir way west Manager Mutne has promised each of the New Yorks silk tiles if they win thro i out of the four games at Chi ago and he promised the same to eocti of Bo tons and the accompanying new-pijifr vf the Bostons Trirr Lwu games at Chicago bamuel nephew of Edward Ev orott, once principal of an academy at Pa is now a hostler at the Washington house, Manhoim, Pa JSew York baseball reporters and -wll known actors p ayed a game of ball at the Polo grounds for the benefit of Carl Rankm, the djmg minstrel at Philadelphia The game netted nearly and private sub sctiptious lais-edthe purse to A boiler at Openheim's mill at Little FalLt txplodod, wrecking the mill and killing two boys I otta has purchased the Grand Opera bouse at St Paul Tho lush Catholic Benevolent union has 1 to hy over unt 1 next year the propo- sition to strike tho word 'Irish1 from the naiBB of. tho org Iron the absconding cashier of the Hills lale Savings bank, of Detroit, sailed for Europe on the Parisian on Wednesday undor tho name of Frank Abbott Ihe postoffici at Newton, N J, robbed of SI 300 in postage stamps and money Hai net B ccher btowe is dangerously ill athoLsummor home in Sag. Harbor, Theru is no hope for recovery Pre-sidont Hill, of the 8t Paul, Minneap- olis anil Manitoba railroad, made his daugh ter a wedding present of a check foi The Washington Po-rtsays Socretaiy Whit- ney is about to reslgu because "public is not prolltable, and has no attractions for him A shock of earthquake shook up City of Mexico Thursday night, but did nt TftYING TO has the newest things in hits r Fll for Fall. 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