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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Wellsville, New York                                 VOL. XLVIIL  WELLSVILLE. M.Y., THURSDAY, OCTOBER Î6, I890,  miiPl  HEED AT liOCliKSTKIL  THE SPEAKER'S ENTHUSIASTIC WEL' COME TO THE FLOWER CITY.  Til» I'anuiu« 3î»lnfl Klnt,i-iS«an lîi«I!*«>ra  A f^flrrlng Adilrfs«» an th« t.ffnuHng fho I>«y —Rriittfor i'rauk  IjjRfork Ais-» ilr-ilt^Ci« w —  IJoîli IlfCfívo an Ov«f,lon a,t  th« ríos« t»f tlia  lícH nrsTKU. N. Y.. Oct. ir».---Bprakor 'riuiníüM 11. Itrt' 1 aiid .'-rnntor Frmik HIh-(■ock iuhln'H-iíMl /iiJ JMi'licMri' oí .1,.')<K) propio at til«' ^VíiHÍiiiiijínii viiik laKf ovenhij;. The npcakcr arrivt d frnm tlio oa.st ;if 4:r><J p. m. nnd \v;is c-icorti'il to tho Poworn hotel by rrrepiiDi! nuiniiittec. He wn.H cdHihhIíis-tiraUy r<'' <'ived at tlio t ink, nn wnn the Kf>ii:it(ir, lion, (¡s'íiijíe F. Dfintorth pro-Hidrtl <>vi>r t111' nu'oiing nml a laruc lium-licr iif Ic.ulnr.; Ut -if-uî Nt'W Y<>rk üvjmb llfiîii'^ íMC in attrMtlaiico. Speaker Ho'd  K.'ii'l '^h"t¡ iiitr<¡ !i;<, >1;  1 thank i.u vi ry licartily f(ir tiiis trrcct-iim, liuî I ilia ik yo'ii luorc heartily iM'cause 1 Irs'IicVr t his lilCf'. illkT DlOilUH KDJllft llitliZ t(»lhi' cans' oT jjoikI govenuncut in thin coiuitr;.-.  i'.nti!''^ arc net. accidciifs. Tho liiu'i n.ro lai<¡ \ .'î-y i!»'cp ill I ht" soul Oníí man fol-lowri ill till' iiKi! steps of his Kl' iii'lfat her. Aliiither iti'in I eli'-vesln pri);!:r(-sH, l)elieve'"v tii.it (he \vnrM is ¡.'('iiiíí furuarci. <'tie man in a I)> in>i< rat. the other is ii IJepub-lieati. li is uni'.iir to -j'eak of the history of tlii-« eoiinti li i-. iiiTair 'i.e<'aii-e the f îemoi'-.ai A have hail v»-ry lilt le !o do witli f:. We 1 HM' to u'o ahiT.ii and dra;; them iifter us I do not^ sji" tl:is in apartidan i.pirit. If aaiy iniiti thini.s what I l.avc .';ai<l has a )!a\ or of "eU imi on our  part he lia'¡ oniv to ta up the iirineiiial evonisol the la-î Ihiu., xearsaud --!io»i whru pi iii' ipais l!a\" 1'e'11 enuueiated and wlien thediirerml conventions have rat ilie.l I ie-iM.  'i'ho ri':iit of tho pei>¡;¡e to rule in sn-lireiiie. Xu Idntf can su.-ct ■■-i ultv dar'* to o»;t r;iue t lie }i;i lilic, '-entir.ieni oi' liis (.oun-try. We haM' a sy .i"m oí rule by thi' ina-j,a-ity. 'I'he iuajo.-i; ,V of tiie 1 ».•!iio;-rats li'.'e 'Olltil >.|' Ma-I.n and Uix.itl's line. 'i'hi> Nort liera I ).■ino,Tats \\ iinv luuler i he l-e-h ol i he Sot;; h ri; h i p. Í ii:! . e ' .- i ;-d 1 !.■n^-o;■r;.^i'■ eoiurres^aien in m i h.- No; ih '.nutter I,.'¡del' thi'ir iireat'ii and s}.' wliai f hey Viou'ti do a! !;ie (oinrnienl liiu". i'a,: tla \- never d /i'. 1 \\i-!i i: "v  We ptfdgíMt onrftPl%-e!i tnat éWiy Aman-can rltlyfti «honkî ímve tho tight to Tot« muí hnvf hiñ vote ootmtíHÍ. The knijit amnion of conifTfm hn« closetl, lin»! wn h(i%-e r«fortnf!<l the tariff. Tiwm hfl<!i no,vi>rl>cfn a mrnsiirf pn«»#iMl h¡m»h wliich nil the .nrt« of deTimgogism îiavf» h^pu ho ron-rpntriited. Onr l>«Mn«crnfic frlentlH hftvc firsiu<*d . for wperiflc dutiea itiHteiid of ml valorem one«. Thi-«f nprtnilf-vnh!r<4 hav«« hreii flxpil nrliitrnrily. W«« intended in innk in« îhh hill to levy nnch !i duty Citi rviTV artlch? nn (o Htirnnlnte th« prodiietioii of that article in thi» contitry.  Wo havo RÎrcftdy lìccomc îha inr^mi  mannfae!nriin; nation fìf tho earth. W'c propnn-lo supply Olir own mark«i(« iind  h'-M -ì'-o hitr» suj>j,H,.i} prnpo««  to (^supply foreign murketíi. We must have then» anil wo will hnvo tlu-in. Wo intiHt now move forv^arU, Therr nre other pledges to he redeemed. Tli© federal elee tioti bill mn»t ho p.'iffHed. Tfcerc are men v^h<) viill n¡;i?\t thi'» law. n») mntt^T wlmt it tn/iy cost in the blood of the blaek man.  S lice (Tayton of Arkan«aM tordi his de-jiarttire fiom thin ».vorldit has Ii"eome «<■!-tied ttat no Hepnblirnti, black or whit/', idi;'.!! iiave any part in the government of til" Southern htates. We are pled'.;cil to riiriit this threat, wrotifr. If we can i-ontrol tlie next house of representatives, then we may reco>j;nize the fact that, the hattie hafs been foiiirht out fitnl the vietorv won. If v.e can aeetiinplish theleidslation towtlieh onr |i:irty in committed then tho.'ie troiib-lotis issneH may lie Intd nt rest. Bipl  The speakers were frPfpH'titly interrupted Ity (dieeriiiíjiitid npphutse.  TKRWFIC EXPLOSiON.  A BOX OF GIANT POWDER EXPLODES IN A WORKMAN'S HANDS.  Two iMtftntl? RUlat «mi Tlwlr  Itoftld» Fiflgìitfiillf- Mf»n.:7l«tl — KleW  «ffifjrs rtmdlj 'Ininr-a, Si* of Wt»«m  Wlll IH«—T!i« JlrrUlpnt Orfswrt nt ih®  lvnnhoo-llt«l* TntiTii»!, Tlilr**- Mllcs  Wi iit »f «,.-.»4.lì!,?, €i»l,  LKAtn'iM.K, Colo., Oct. "A terriblo »•xplaiinn wnn rfporfed at, iho Ivnnlme-Ibiwk tunnel, thirly ihIIvm we^t of heie ye.iterilay mornin^. l)n« of the workmfn enferei! tho tunnel with a box of glant powder. removod uno of tho Btì<!;s nnd occidentally knocked it ag ainnt the wnll. It <!Xploded, kiliing him instatitly and  friphtfiillv mnnKling hi« body.  The foreo of the explo«inn e.TU'ied thn putire box of powiler to exphide with ter-rllic force, killinjx -i man who was working nenr and badly injnrìiiK eiuht othcrn, bìx of whom will die. It in impos ublo nt preseut to olit»in n list of the names.  STABBED WITH A DREAD KNIFE.  I lìiink -lime I lenio. rat ^  i! hcr-; n io  Ih-W  ball' ,L;O\ j'i-î th au  .S3-e. KU 1 t pe ni' e\ Ysi  SUI i' Î. ! II  tills ti  ^'raI ii HI îiî"i'  l'i olle  t il  I Dtiiiikon 3îun i'.'ïUKe.q a ïtow Wlklels r;i iiilts in lil'i DeaUi,  Ptiii. \ 1 li t.nu.\, Oct. l.").-Dnrinti a frac.aH at 1 o'ch c'.v ye terd'iy mornini: ai the resi-d. ine of 'i'inioîhy ".Malionv. iitis Xorth Hro;! 1 streel, \vh;;t may prove u double tiatiidy A as ( lia« t id. .Vt I lie hoiir nanic'l ■Mahouy retnrned home drunk. ilis wifo \vas a'.', ait in'_; bis letnrn und he at fince conmienci il to ahu^e lier. Aftt r Word had l.een excliatmed Mahony pieked up a, (iitiii.-r ,<iid ma h a :;,-!va:;r iriii'.'. .-îf lii vvife's in .; i. Shc dodced fhe blow and li h'd for lier brotlier. Aiichael ."^lid..■uiuii-lui, lo proteet lier.  Ml i.aii'4 ,iln r<-s)K)nde.î and \vas beiiiLC h.st.d v.lu'u il.' si'i/jd (he bre-.d ktiit ! roîii t iie 1.1 i lie aiHl nia iea ic'ous I uiii: al hi-ant.Tj; i.i !. A; tii's jiiii i ure .i;.nle ~Sr( 'auii. an ininaîe oi i Le ¡jie; . , s!ri>;ie. l.etwreu the î'.'.i» ill-ii JUid le  .1 th  i, i;ll- 1 in-n-a ;r'i ri i;i - eut. Al. 1. iii.:hiih  i,,K k.  LOIT FOR TEN YEARS.  A Twns R«t»r«« I® n*r Fm.t*nm S  î/>0AK8P0nT. Ind., ()ct,. 15.—"My God, tbftrs Sb M«g«ip." ßxclftimrd Mm. Thoma« Twomblçy, a few night« riR.i m th« back rtoorof tho kitchfo burst oprn. whSIfí rfie and her îmfdmntl i,TeTfi nt »tzppfr, nnd their pretty Iß-yenr old rlntîghîor en-tíTfd after Ix^ing liwt for year» and Ri%en up for dead. iJtjt fdio returned r rRvln.ßc niAuian nnil in now locked up, preparntory to being taken to the a»yltim.  Whilo ratiofinl n «diort tiriie Mondny. fdio Hftid bIio had been condned in an n^ylnm nt Cincinnntl. nnd that nhn was brouifht. to the buck do,.i ,.f h. r fathfr'n liouwe by a man who pn^íhed her npainst the floor and then disappeare<l.  It in thmighf. by the nnihoriticM tbnt shrs Virtrt Indutfdto Hrroinpiiuy f-.rtiHrt manto rincinnnti at the time of her dinappear-nnee and wat» deserted by him. nnd that this eaiised her insanity. Whothem.'tn is who tirouirbt, her her." the .niitbori»' ori» tryiiuj; to discover.  PEARLY STORY FROM WISCONSIN.  THE UtAU JUKI0Í.  Arrî»n;ïeiiient « ComiiletíMl for tho Fiinnrul of ,Ii)»tl. r >liUrr.  W.ssiiiNdToN, Oct. l.\ — The arrangement s for tlin funeral of .lu'.tice Mi her were completed last, ni^ht . 'i'he fune.rul services will take place in 1 he M'lprfim^ court room at th<! ('apitoipifi^^een and 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon. 'I'iie Hev. Dr. Shippen of tl)ÍH city will conduct (he services. and the Hev. Dr. Hartlett will deliver tiie aildre '!.  The r.'in.uns will lo t.iken from tiie court room to the I'ennsylvaniu depot, thence to K'eokuk, l;i.  Till'just ices of the sajirem;» conr! will ac! as |iall be.iieVsatid will aci omîiany the remaiîis l<t Kedknk, The tr.ain will leave here at T: ID ¡1. m. on Thursday a.nd wiit reach KeolvUk Sat nrdav mornim; alioui H» o'chiek.  The arrair.'cnienti^ for the funeral of (ieii. i'.e!i<nap are nut rom[defec(. It has iieeu dei il!, d, however, tha' the funer;il V. ill tak" ;irHe trom S!. .lohn'-- ehnreh in  ili is  liiiri.  •its-  1 \rk  tliat  n't o;i.  tlie i.o-,M'r:d will lic  The rrpclous iieinn Knid to .Abound Imi the '^evenil Sinull I.ukr«. rini.TOV, Wis,, Oct. 1,5. - The excitement eaus"d by f he disi ovrry ..f ¡.rari', in the Sut^ar river, nor \)h.in\. in tliis «tut h:is spread to thin localitv. The Renin baie lieen discovered in the north and Houth braiudien fif the Manitowor, tho Kühnake .and .Mtid creek, bcwden numerous snudi lakes which lie in the county t' ("alum .  Tlie water in Tery ch-ar and comes mostly from sjirinj.'s, whii h are numeroua In thin county. Tlie liottoni of these streams ;\re s;mdy and full of «ravel, and embedded in this [.rravid are miliionsof (dam;!. Out oft wo or three varici ies of t lies" the pearl-produciiii; claniH are found, and tlie iiiimher of |lear!'^ found in u sìiikIo (dam averai^es from on'' to tlfty,  Speeinieiis of t.he pearls have been i ont to ('hicatro. New 'N'ork and Mihvaui<ei und favor;iíde re]iorts as to ikeir value ha.vf bft-n rcf iirifd  CABLED mimi ABROAD.  GREAT HAR^^o^4V OÎSPLAYEO m  THF. SOCIALIST CONGRESS.  OESTRUCTIVe PRAIRIC Fl»t®.  ilun  1" heart. T  •! Mnhotiy  io c  ad >1,1  lita!  THC ;:i'J:MÌ£ME coijnT An.iounNG.  < • i.'iooof nf Aimoimeint: fhe !>e;stii of ■ Justice :'SUIer.  (»It, t.^i, AVliell lite su-¡.'II'ÎM" Ciiur! oi' tl.e i';,'iled ."-^I'lte., n—rl!l-1 !,■,; \|. t,..;(t:(v the ro.iM ill Nii;li it lipids iV- •-(- 111-;-, ^vas erii-.\ (!■•■ i with s[n'ef ;; ( | U'-.. ■ . 1 I !! Ill ll-'lll  CINCINNATI'S CROOKEDNESS.  The I.eKi-ihitiirP Will Try lo SlnUshten Afliilis hi the Tarii of Aiin'il<;i,  ('n[,r\!r'.(-<, <i., < let. I,").- 'Chi' le.,Mslai!iro convened in e.xi r;i s'ssion visi.'rdav, Tlie  C I CI  ire-eu' t.i h.  .!e;,!h of A ■l.air ;li;!i h; ^d Jill.-I ^v I-  ; h.-. ; ; I'  i!v itiii-r  alit  ■1 k  if th  Itll-  I^.mu t;  'lie sni! ;r,:d th-  ■id iV I.,  ourf tie 'I'il.' wh  I he  Olli'! r: .-¡1!. ■•d th.it l!;i' re riiih r  ¡rovertior s  fii'ssion V,-:!'-  condii iuo 1 nati, and t necessin'v 1 opp u'inni; tain boaid  lie sa>s  tlie cliai--i been" Ui;|iie il y of th • tiie-s.-i;.:e s, k'lt I', a ¡1  me-s;.^-,. sets foii.il tl,,it tlie e;'l|isi |i| i au-e of t he >|.'ohir:dile f t lie pil'ilie i-ervice at ( 'ilieui-irthe [iiirpos.' of seriuüiic 1 he '.'i--l:it loll to !,'ive t he peuple an y to sclc-t. t !ie lueuilh'r- of c,-r . .if t iic X'lVrniiier elect ion.  Thm Kitt«smist« fall io CWmt« tti« S>ltU  «»(«(»Irni rre(llrt««ti l»y II«« Kaewil»« ■ «t  fSortraUMm, nnd tha Bírlí-t««®!  »It* tif f*»«»»!!« Thrnwgh-  «»it lhf> Congrrs-»—Til« H«H-»n Hn-vmrm-  »3«'í!» rrpi»arlrsîj fnr I»«  I/ONPon, Oct. l.\.......Herlln «d^-deos Rtnt«  that, the svtbstantml mmnimityof nentl-meiil displayed in the í~íiielali'ii eoiigrrsn fit Halle h.'iH c(sn"iderHbly dÍMíipp<dtited the enemte«» ot .*~oelnli>»iu who h.n^e IwM'ii predictiníí that tho member,»» csf the p«rtf would fall to cuttinii on« nnother'a throat« in a fitruKKlo for prerrdenrn nn noon as the law« reprensing their political activity were repealed, 'rtie Kxlremist«* made so much noise liílfnrí* tbn ri'liKI''""« ii'isi nibled that iiearly overybiMly Iwlievetl th;i: they v, ere 11 rong »ml would be ahlo to force coiice'sioiis from (ho !Vîodenit<,'!, even if t hey did not. obluin nbfioluto control ii( the p.irty Hut tho proceedijuif of the eoinne-^'i speedily devehUK-d the fact that the I'.xt remists nre in a riilicnlouHly r-niall minoriiv, and that th® party'Hcon-t'dence in their luns^ tried and efliiient ïe.'ider.s i.s iin-.h/ikou.  Werner, the lift-and ioni of the opponi-fion, has made ¡i most if,çoininfoUM failure. He has the (piali! iff! of ¡I pliiu'iible aiiita" tor, and had i; lined a considerable fidlow-iiiK anion!; t lie ¡iroh'tnri.at by hii .«k iil nn an or.'iior ;iMd hi- superlietal brilliancy in criticism upon tlie leader«' pidiey. Hut. he hi' ks the solid aidlities which vvmild (it him fo cope with HUch men as l.ieb-kneciit. < ¡riüenberKer «iid Ilelielin a deliberative a--sem!ily. He has dispk'vyed such a ciudii,\ in handiinsj ecunomical [irobleiiis as lo becoino the lau,uhiii.!i stock of the con;,cress, whicii is a rem;iri^aldy in tellectiial Imdy of men. To /idd to his din-comlitiiie, Werner has been unable to disprove the aììe!.;at ions thnf îio is not ;ulyed-in fhe\Noi>i Í-0. ialist, ;ind cries of "s)iy have ticen liurled at. him v.heiu-ver h<> lia'i >.|i(>kiin. 'i'hi' eiiarire tli;i( he 1-, heiiit; paid to ( reate di '(•iir.ion in the party has, it l-i true, not lieen proven, lint Ill-it lier h'i't it been s;itisf;ii tority met; and l! \voilld rf-qiiire tnore niei'it than Werner pie-seses to ovi'i-couio the disadv;intak'i' inipo-ed I sueii ;i i-n ¡oils snsplcjull.  Herr I .¡■•\i!-.iieelit exprès ed tlie 'eu- e of Ike iiit'ly when he ciintcnipt iion.iy d cKiri d ;ii it any foul emdd thriev innntis, .OI 1 I : I. t.'ulnrr ■■!" ti,- \ ..-m-- b-.t-  iiiii.'.ri a ! 'I' hold anion" i r i ; •• 1! i : vh t ni-'ll wsis pr.i.if ,siou'/h thst ^■iell :ii " '.■. nd i  •Thmtn Mmm^ mt CmttU »awsiiA.  »•«•lÄtlii« In nrnMmm.  Fàmm, N. I>., Oct. 14.-H. 8. UntkrMU, noe of Ih« raliro««! 00a.>»»l«»lop®fti #1 North Dakola, report« a i^raewhiil ûm-plorabl« condition of affftl» »f^ong th® ranflmifn nt W« flirtrlet fro« Rlmott-u«» prtH-t-iUntmi prairi« Hrea. Iií*tw«in Äftr-ÎRrd c«»f>n «usi Mack river» «ná î» tliiifiil-kyM of both th« dí'atriiction ha« moHt complete whilo »bout, KHI Bmr mount nin. íind f!i.«it of thrr» nothing ha» left for ntrn-U to live on. At tl»# liiversidfi ranch Mi im» of Iisy litwî TO bend of cattle war« hurnr.d.  In nImo<-t every ínnínmcp in th»-^ rallej« the «mall farmer« httv« loHt their crop» ud (ecd for ihfi wiutfv. Îîut inii t lié üour»« of fhe Are the wind was blowing » hurricane, lenpitiK lire hrenk.®» of 7(1) feet In idth.  The ranchmen tdabn thrf will I,« ®bls to K^t KtroiiK eircuni'dantiftl ovldenca that the i1r-:i were b» th» Iiidii»n«-from  the V'ort Yates reservation, who comfl into the vnMevh iuid ilrive the game wmth and urn tho prairie'^ liehind them t«> prevent the K«>ne irom going back liefure being kilh d or raptured.  GREAT SALE OF THOROUGHBREDS.  ■|hn i-BiiKMii» htfthl« ef r¡í|5t. H. B. Hrow® .tioM BÎ Slnrr!« Fwrli. WKftTi rn sTi.!',, Oct. !.'>.- I'ul. lîruc« ycf^-lerday sohl at nuction all the horse-» iu trninin.i; belonging to ''apt. S. R. Brown, with the exception of Se.norit«, whom the ¡liait) [iri/.es very hijrhly and will keeji. The Ml],, was a great, success, m will b« een by tlie figures fiehnv:  |)e:M'uth, :!, to V. ('. Mel ewee & Co., cu.tHK»; l'.uddÍMl, i, to i-: C Smith, P,(',00 ;  [loríer. ), to W. H. Harry, Í l,l(H>; Long Uiin, a, to W. nonoh.iK'. f 1,11(1(1; Defaulter.  to M. Corbett,$:i,r>r)i1; Iiay Keldinf, .'I, by 1 .on}if(dhnv. diun .\nne ISoylen, to rvictinire t'o.. î'i.tiHi; bay colt, :t, 1>y Povvhutt.nn, darn Lady .F/itio, to II. Warnk" & .Son*», .K'O ; .b'nni.i B. a, to .1. Dalv, fl.05<); A. H,, i. to F. K. Siierer, .lewol  to M .1. Daly, The I-'austino yearliiifc^'. the property of H. I'raiher, wero alno .sold, but o»lf realized inferior pi icen.  it i-  11 e -.v  cite-tli.it  e-. of cróiíki - an i e, .ii(-rr:  tlil-Ull IT- .1  > - - ! iie t ime 1' Î hl- ; ■!i;ir;i'i- I"!- < nil iii'i I he - ; .i!i iie-nt of  ( ';iti-i li;i:!- i li Is ti, i! iM"i- :!■. .J! •  -ary tu  llir-.s I m w i I j (  r;!te h hive ma iui-  I. 'i'he lu re:,Ml idupi a  .1' I.  1 lie  ■MÎ i-Ul/i  . i;reli'  '11 liè-d out (o  Mr.  1  iiu;ia:- ■ .atrainst historv initi I  ( 1  Who i- it :!i.-it t!i'>-e !-;:ch!-/ Kvery  i^uutherii L'.eiit Iemali euunis iur tSireeof us. T1.Í'..- i.-ilk aliout neiiro doiniuaLiun. Tile Detno.-raiie ¡iart> h.-itrs ! h-e ueL^ro. We lia-.e s ■( n it in the hou-e. 'i ic Suuili-ern Denioer.-i! <'.\pected to h.-n-e iiie ■-.■uiie <;untrul over tb'- hoiin,- of re pr -eiii .i; i ve-; as they h;i\-e over t lu-se îiallot lusv -s, 'I'.ioy \veri.' nii--';ilveii and weie il' |,ii.- t-;: ! '\i d tiiereat. 1 iK'.y ilenounee-i it asan u;itr.i;z'' iiial ihey -Imuld !;e ohiiue.l !• iiy  their phy.sie;il pr,■.senee, not their menial, in the ]ia--:i.i;e of neeess.-ij-y ]i-;;e-la; iun ;lt.  Í per di"i/i. 'I hey s;it. there liiii in.i; the pass;ine of the .McKinh-y idll, v,!ii. !i to tlie average ¡Jeiuocralie loiud has eo\-er;.d every westerii f;irm vsitli ;i m ir; .^ai:;»'and. lilli d every i;ity uitli tlu- Wi-ii d'r.-s^ed desoiiuion Nviiirh 1 s-e befi•¡■e me lo-ifudil-. -They s:lt, t.lirouu.il t .  iUlt, V, hen the iiHe--i.iou of ¡;iviii.:z a c-d-ored. man }<i - rrin.f tip liir- Demo  crat,i(; patay -«wis aiiequaii-ls repre-i i)ted by empty benché-,, I'erliaps i! v. as i;e catist' l'rofi'.-.-.ur l.atiu.-toi; had ;itt:iin. d to a hinli (eriier of ilit el diienee. i 'or soui ■ reasun, at any rale, they ^ut up and Irlt, the IniihUn.u:.  Tiie Deinoc-rats iillowed the aiimiuisi r;i-tive tarilV bill to ¡la-s ;or the sake of test-tlu; consiit-iuiunality of the action of  the.bojjs.. ii.; ¡u'.-e.-Uüi  ready decided that it is euu.-i it lü i.'¡,il. It will „foon uo to tiie stipr. ine i.ourt, I hope, iiut we a're'to iVave a'llecisiiin i."y ' a puutT tnou- .supreme tlian the .-iijireiiie court, by the people of tiie I'nited States. This country is not uoin^' t<i he <outented with till',L:overnnienial system of ;i century a.ua. 1 shall I'C ^lad of the position the Hepublicans tuok. wiuilier the huus.' i.s Demoei-atic ir lîepi;blican.  If the people of t lie Cnited Si:ttesareso lui.'if^iiided as to want a Demoer;itic hous-.-of represen! titives. It t tiiem ha ve one with all that it implie-. If we ,Lret /iTa'publicau . loîi;,^. we. %VH!!.t. (.siiiuyi.d. .If. t.lkvv .a I.ieu.i-ocratie house let t hem ha ve cont rol. Tho Democrats don't want h-Kislation. 'I'hey want to hit where they are. 'I'iie Heimbli-cans want to .sit a little hifiher up, nearer the piilint. If yoil voters \\:int to do your duty at the.coming election yuu will vote with the jmrty who uidiolds the rule of the ■ taá3dniy:.............................. .......  Sfiuitor.Hiscuek vva.-; next intrudiiced and spoke substiintially us follow.s:  Two yonrti nKO, on au Uctoher fvunincr r Baw the siroetH of thisi greai city lilh-d "With RepublioanH tramping; tiirough the i-aiu and mud bearing banner.'^ and tori;hes. It was prophetic of the victory that fol , lawtl. Tho result %va» tho ele(;ti«m of Ha«lgou aniî Mos-tOE -to the places wInci^ . thof now occupy.: The, congtv^s, thon choaen clecteil my friend o-t-apeaker of th«^ Luueq of rapresenlativeg. Wo went into that congress pledgsd to reform the tariff ilia iutercats of Amoricüu induotrlea, .Ámarkaa lalmr êM th® Amesicau people.  Ill >Seiiioiy of <,eii. i'.elUiiap.  \V.A.-iiiX(. ri'N, '>••'. ¡5. -l-'I-iL,'^ .-¡re îlyinu at half-mast, over th.-exei-utive man.---ion and the exet uiivi-di-p irliiu :its out- of r.'-sjieet to tlie i;;eniury of e\-Seeictary of Wai- De!l;n'i¡< I.. ( ii-ani. i in_; :-ec re;ai-v n: war. i-soed a i;. m-i.d iir'!( r;ui ;ii-_: v.- ih -urru'.v tiie ih-;i!li oi I U n. ■,ii. 'I'lli etil,lilis of lien, ií-.-livn.-lp ■■ i-iîei-re i a.: \rlini:-tuu to-iHurio-iv.  1 Ili- fuller,d wil! 111.-  íi. lln;.'h Hel'-ioai,'. .-.'r-  wiilji- ;-|îe.-re 1 a; Xi.-iie I if 'ill,' ill iai-  rr.tii-i'-ti luii.ii ill-« ri\es trom ( '¡lii -i:;!!.  To !•  W ■ !ler s-.; e  tor .\cti.e h").-- Hear -•lidi .'It- the nava'l di ,;;iv and li id conù-reliees  e;);ii-e < i-iiisers  -ni\o-|.'\', Oel.  Service.  Adii.ir;d -r-.'ir! nu-nt. \vi! i-i See-  1 I Veitei-i!.!-,  ul:; -1  1 11 0 II II  II II 11  la.iel  i; 1 ar;-l  \  It iai-ire-lo  1 -du!.:; :i.:i  I i 11 il Il  II II Il 1  U all'I ilun.si  iii'i les!--,-.M ( !ir l'ilii lii';;i rhi-a-.-u  H:)t; i.  i:xli;liit¡iiii (I 1 a ;i  Il 1 ;i II -..' 1  u.,]:: Ki-l-ll  1 a t  .; IM  u. H. r..  ni) t  lu 111 '.) ■yi r auò  retar .- '1 racy and ('un:liiuilon s h^•lnl■^ey and i-'i iirer in n ;.;a;-d to ex| ii!i iti-c liie er¡vii;ii-;i-iit of t hü i:rui;u'r 1 'iiiladeipiiia -and the. dviiaiiiite cruiser \'e-;:vius -.o i ¡,,it I la-se Ve--,-ls I ,ili 'i-' plü iu'o active ,ser-viee as siii.n a-- p( -,-iiiie.  To Inciense Ils « .-iiiilal stock.  Ti;i-.N loN. N, . -'i'he X.itii'eial  f'ord;ii.-e conili,IIIV M-^terday made, an .-ip-plle.i.î iun lo t lie ■(■¡•■,■1 .nry of stale ¡or au-tlinrity to liicre.ise ils c.ipii;i! stock to i-.iHiii, .Hi- reporied liiát ihe"(-oin-paliy°'ba-sY'lT(a-ièil "k 'euniiiUì-ition oi\ li'ar-..iviri.' \Vitll ¡:e.-liiijll.-irlei - ;U XeW  >ork. ....................  A Murderer Coii«iet(nt.  PiifcliKKKl';,!!-;, N. v.. Oct. 15.--The trial of Arthur Petidori^ast f»ír muid<'r was completed- yestenhiy afternoon und late last ni^iht, aft.i-r .seven hoars' deliberation, tiio jury broui^ht in a verdict of murder in the second de;iri-e. 'I'lu.-' prisoner will be sentenced to-day. î'enderga'-ii shot und killed his fatiier-iii-luw, Wasii itiLiton Olivet, on .July-4, in Dover nioun-tains. this county. He ple'adeii that hu lid the sliooîina; in fcH defcn  fating for ri.-,t.tiy i'rlvilCRea. GLoCi-lCbTKH, -Mubs,^ Oct, 1,">. -- IIOU. Hobi-rt ,Rt-n<L cidouiiil se.cretan-,for. New foundland, held an audience ye,Hterday at the Hoard of Trade rouni with rvesidcnt Smitb and other protuiucnt men con  nccfed \vit"irtho''iisher^(^s;:- Th(' objpct wfia  to submit II propo,sition fur adniitting the prpductb of Mewfoundl'aiid libheries frcu in return for which American ii»hennim woul.l have free acccsHs to bait au.l other outtitH in Nowfoundland ports.  Dnvc Orr Strlcliea With I'urulyold.  Rexgvo, Po,, OcL 15.--Davii Orr,. first baseman of the Brooklyti Urotborbood  \Verd houBS. Hs will b^ removed to hia home as Boaa to ba to abk U» stmd ths  loaraef. ,  ( onnt of Paris ,-i!  i;en'-. la-! tlie W,--;vrM. i l.,uliied;i> , C-l i rd ,-1 nd I >n L'o over t lie ìli il i-Xidairiini.'- t i'c i pi.sltiu;;s lini-,!.; lie d.-v.iieM to t ne eut ire !a: î !•  r.u-iu ut «Jelty-t---,- r . H.I,. Oct, - '¡'lie Count hi•^ i-. liiov touri-ts ai rixi'd Il il,-4 al  •p-lu;! ^  whii 11 1 il, tell.!.■ ; ;o  fi-l-l-iiim.  <i i-li.ieii over i:,ir.'. l u d r.'iid. (ietis.  Xewi-in, Sliieiiiu, S'i'iieiii ;iru hi'i'e .'üid w¡'ll -,■. d il t lie \ i -il I rs I ii-iia\ , ! i l-,- ! ri -iii I ¡¡i-ir r - .pert i ve th.- (i-^n!,, lii-ihiywiU I lioro;i_ii ill- jiee; ion of li, Id. 'l'í.i - e. i-uin-,',-i re  .e ; I ,;',ie¡-i-d tile i.illllt i-,-' iOla 1)1' 'fil ' tov. !l lii i-e e.\  Iteatli oï .KieiiMcAurine's Wio-v  'l'iiitK, t>et, r, .''ils. ix'.-i; ■ ,M|,'.\U-lilTe. ;in ;lcl i-.-.s- eli ."ii.; i t iie 1 l^.a 1 lie ly  iVOiriwd "Xa;ur.!Í (i.s ( u'isp,-.uy," and t iie ;e of .1-,,-k .Nie.Xu.Hh', til' c,li;unpio!i ¡ li.irhrwi''i.'(:t -¡rrr/e ii;r;:íer. died sü'iiieüJv la-t niuiit i;i th.- We-t Side laiix-i i.n Sixiii ■i.th. The i-au-e oí lier ileat li is siip piwcdto have iiev'ii lie.irt (ii--";isi' , .\i'.-s; MvAulíue Wiis kiio\vn o» tiii' as  íín'íé'riirii iií-í' -uiinilv name  lli-r iiiotlier. Mrs. (iu —ie lli'rt, i.- ;il-o an a<-t;-e-,s. .Mr-, Ixate .Mi.A ii lille niarrii d Ja-.:,k. .Ali.-,,'ii,:!Í!Ve in Cid;!ortii:i souie laoiith,-ami. , , -  . THE NEWS GA^l;; T0.3 LATC.  A siiii-iil<''s Wiio !in|i,irt < .Indilli Intel li-.;eii<e lo Her ïîyî'e.; I ! ii-I'uii i|.  Lii! (-'.■'!.I.K. I )r!. l.'i. A\ h;!e K'n's-rt ( '.ill was lyin.; on I'lis i¡, ;i; 1; h -i I Ì;ì I ■ el. fl oin ;ì Wui|nd |ii-i;i|i;e--d h;, lii-nWll llilild, fie' re-ult of di' -yi.-inii IS-,'.' . i--|'i---d hv hi-wretche-i po\, I .V, \ii .. t 'ule reeeivi'.l a i.'le-„'ra!ti ii'om ,\,-w'i lok ,-: a ie-ii ui i:m í1í;íI :ihd le-r urutln-r, a ii--i-i. ui of Xi-w '\'oi-k. \vi-r.' the heir- to a.i e.-1-it e \ a 1 ned at i-lo.r®:!. 'i'lh- irl.-el tldiii)-.- e,i r.' ri-:id to the iiii--!iand, hut thi-y eauii.' too late. In I Wo huitl -, lie .-I- dead.  Mis. ('lie i-,-mie frui'i Soutis,uupton, l-in^laiid. liiauy ye.ir- au-', 'i'íu- mut was !,-ti io iii'i- ,'iiid lu r ie.'u!iier, .lohn l'".vaii-11]' XeW "^'ork, by an aunt wlio lived iu ."-^uiit (liunpt-in,  .\ Boy Kul.Iier.  ri-:i,\it. <ict. S.'i. 'I'!-," overhiiid sîa,;.;e roblied ."-unday ni:4ht, eii.ditt-.-U lliil-.-norili of this jdaee. Tlie Wells 1 r4 (-ompan,\-'s t re;isnre i,'o.\ .-nul tin- Inu-'l .States mad sacks \M-le I..Î0 :i. hiie iae roiiiier w-a,-cuu iuii iln; mail sin ks uj,.. .u, Dri\-er -MeDanieis stiaiipcd ;i pistol at. liim, inn It (ti;l not u<i olì. '1 lie loi.l.i-i li t icatci ;md ün-d î^^■o--liots at the driver, neitiiet of \\liieii touk elle. t. The ruhli.-r V.'a-eaiiidit ill ('ioverdaie. He prove;! to be a huy Ol iiliout. l- \ i-als alni ii -t r;ur..;ei-. lie tr,-ivclcd oVer Sl.-vtN lûi'u-S aloni" hei'ure lit! u as (-apt-.¡red. He suecu'ded in abi/Ul s lull from tiie stai.;»'.  Dynamite as an AUy of Íeaijieraiietik  .M.\i;r!\-sVl!-I,I-:, Ind.. Cet, l,",. 'I'lle liipioi deah'i,'Í of'M-ii-iiiiiitii'-^-ti nr;- ahnust in -a state uf sil'u.., Sa.tiird'iy ni-.:!it .a dyna-mile iiuiiili '.->'.pl'iced iindi-r H alle ii-k's dru;4 store and tlie explu,iun wliuii fol lowed siatter-d t le,'drii;;i.;i-t '''red eye" proniiseiuuisly, daiuiiu^iii!,:; stuoli ,-uiil tho  liuildiii.-i A .notil i' wa^ pi o-i-d ou  Xunuiiii'- dm:;- store dour sa y i 11 ;;; iii- piaci!  !ii-\t in km-. Wniinm .M li-sl.-man, a .>;(!()uj,i .k-i-eper, waS'ïiiiinii-d 10 ii-aw .»iiidu tv,-euty <lays or'suiVer t!;" conseqiieiH-es'.'  .-iid in 1  1-1 L'liiar 1 till ml U  1 I  'I in:: III-.: abolir  ,\11 l!;e iiarlv i-li'i s hiiv.' t hi! tum,led liv I le- ■  I!.- I t!i;it til.' in  r of S. u! th  t rium-  The .Inry ÌViii l,oeti«'<l l-p.  Lo\i; 1-1 AMI Cirv, X. Y,. Oct, 1,',-Th© tri.-ìì of Miiyor <;ie;i-ot!, of ihis e,ity for. (IH-, i-aillt 111 t il" 'iH-i .|id de¡.;ree «ui <ieur;.';e H.  rowley. a l'i-piirti-i, on ¡■ìeptemlNT 7,  Was e. liil i li iii-il yesleiday, jiud I he caso  o t he jury l"c; •• in the atternoou.  11! ti,.' jury <», i.'clo'd Ufi fof Il i e-.',irt ad luiil ii''d,  THE MAHKETS.  di  .i!.-h fi  ti -il t  1 ( h li  ,i.le ini.-r.  t!i  .\ii  1 t t  .\ ii-t nan -, to Wall  --Ulli  I th.-  er.-d th l'eiiîs al  THE SOCIALIST CONGRESS.  lien- ■\Teriier Attemjits to Deliver -an .t'lilress, I'.iit is l,;ou;!;eil iioviii.  11 \! I.l . ( let. 1; 1 . ii.'.re.'d !(\ th  Si II lai 1st (oliLii-i-s . Vu-; M'-;v to :i| I uiittu it i ee t u , ii V.-,I i..:;, i. ; in (pit .: .ujj ii! i,-sue lii-i N'. cell ill!' p;;i'li-i ini-P.I ,-iry leiuh'i of the .^ociiil si, p;rriy and the ¡'.i iiin Di siili-iit.s. No lueiiilr-r ot till- ii-i''h-l,m ri-iin--i-iititi'; !'. -i-liii or anv u. ¡.-.Mt.- di p Ute'-i. hv ¡.he i-.„-:ali-,'■ of  api.oint.  of the >  d OM 111. ici, I  liii,1111  t!;  ici  fil.  .m....,.  I.I-I ly after the i lir,' 1 i'Mise ves- I  rreetinç  W.v illXo'loN, Oi-t, l.-i, " iiresidi-iit arrivi'd at ! he \\ terday he i-siicil a 1 all 1 the e.tbiii.-î. Ai r: u'. 1,„ i. all th.' liií m bel-s of the Cil'iiliel Were pl.,-eût e.XCCpt Secret ary ih'- ici or and Po'-1 nias; i-r ( iene ral W,-inamaker, il is uiidei--tu. d- that the -ulijei t Ol'an extra si-s-imi uf cu;i:;re-- was dis('U'.se.i. Privale Secri-; u-v ik'dt'onl wlien askeil aiioilt t i;'i' lOiff ;.': --iiMu-hiol 110 ¡nfoi iiiat lull to iiiipiàrt.  llif'«-'--i>nlioim! H uit' svieliiiile.  pAl'.Is. Oct l.'i,......'riie Vienna T.ai-iïdet  bank, ila' (»ttoman liank and sevev--'. Freiieh haiiks have fürnu-i' ;i syndicate and \'\uil L'sf tibirsh" iin ihterri'iTii-inal Hcl^nri--ties tili ill P.'iris.next muntii, Thk- tiew concern \\ ill pos.-i'ss - a capit al ííí (»(»1, of which lîn per cent, is paid up, Tho principal business uf the bank will he tho iRsuance of iioods covercd by jiiorcrumcnt. securities. ______ .i  To Keeolvo íílllon ami O'Urlen.  New Yomc.Oct. 1.5.—The botird of aldermen yesterday apjiointcd ^ cominittce, In-cludi'og the pri'üideut a,u<l vice preaideat of iliat böisy, to receivft JVÎMsra ''Joha Dillon and WllUara O'Brien, who are 02-pectcd to arnye hers shortly on a French  liest 1 net Iv».' i'loe.i!,) in We«t I l is in i ;4.  ♦ 1 )'-Î:i 1 \TV.-W.a'..-■<Jc-t: -Is. -Al ke íhx.ds uf Sini'iay- lUKht eaa-i-d .ylno uim oauiaui-til property in Hitcliie. Harljoiir, Tayioi and .Marsliidl coiintie- .Many house-lu cated aiuim rivers and ererk- -.vei'e carried and a iar;.;!' niimlier ef iuid;.'!-- were r.i^ meetinoof, .j..,,; a.' T'he unl.v liie rs port ed lost su fjiri-tl.iit oi \\ ilii.iiii '\Viiii.-rs ot \'is!a, IMarsliall county, aij;i-il I'.i, II- hail crossed tiie creek t<) rescue a child. ;iii i uU t lie.\v,'iy back hi.s luirse lust i; , !uuti 104 and ^'inters and th-e aniiiiid were liruwni-d,  ui' -,-,  imanini  iiiK til',' .-I'l ui'ii.n,ii I i. si au',  Herr U'l  i-uriu'le— I la lliihed d -pieci,  .^k^L ( Fl,mee, I  tr.itisla.'-i ,1  ii-,.1,, .-1-:'.-uU.i il,, i, Iii.ili  ruer riti n e- Oll'  I; ;! '^I 11, 1,1  M i> 1! 1; ', ,1 -.•a- t h '.r ','. l,u:-- foli .yyi! ■•r trietnli'-rs <•  ,te,i t.i ;  iil 1,1 :i(.-; ion h-î.u; -at iuii d  I y i.-.:;  lin-  I  t!  >.V.ls  lili; ill--!  ihil:---que-tio;,.. but s 11. t l. l'i ile'iel t heii made idin.,c 'A .-i'ii.'r"- ari^iiinuiiî  e an i i-'i'iTUl, d, ¡,-:,Mu-- fm .vcrc'l oral il.U-- which \ve i,e,- Herr 1 ,Í!'h¡.l,i';-ilf, ;!!i(  aruused mm il ..-¡i, loi-i..-¡,i. • ¡i.;; ..\f!i a.ivucati'd more tliormiuii ''u-i'.-,'iiiiy..i'r',un e-pi'cially m 1 lie pr.'Viiiees, 1 he creiieli tial- ol luur -iVoiiirll lil le ■-,lté- Were, ai i-i'-pteti; iii'i-if he - lfuide|is- '.s eie fidiiiííífd the ciiliüie- -.  Sever.li furei-ii- deli'uMie-made t iieir ìirst a¡>pe;ira;ii e iti th.'' 1 . .¡i „-1..-- e-t i-rday aia wer»' eilt h u-iasi ä, ií ' I :.' ;.-rî e i, e-pee i i-l ly i'raii .MiiiX, i.i;i.i,.diii-i- of the f.inious f,nini!i-r, of luodern -ui i,-iíis!n, Karl M.irx  - ('aniH'UR ilisn the AiiU-i ie.-rit .TolioS'l'n, iK-t. l.">. I'hu p'lMii' -I'liool eeleliriit ion of the .'(lUiiver-iii--.- ui tiie bat-  til.' uf XJui'i-nstown ili-ii:<!i!s.-u,,,x j,.,',e--.it.Sunday. TiiC i:e;-cmunii-s iil ti. - -.-'i -Is wi-re stronudv palriotic. an 1 tii.* ri.i 'ii -iiick ilua!eddruuj.,;Jl„,i!ii«sti;i!rs; , At liie Duf-  forin stri'd'sclioiii, th« lari.;e.st in ih.- "Du'iu-inion. tiie Aiiiericiin ila;,/ -i .-i- iuu'iiicel. and tiie chiidrcn «rcw excite.! au I Ivisse-l vigorously, and were nut ijuu-te 1 imtil the llag wai< ¡diiui'd btui^iUh the Union .Jack.  Thonsaiuls l,l»t<ui to heuator Voorhaoa,  PUKU, Ind., Oct. 15.--A crtiwd ntinibafr Sng many tbouhanda wa» hifre yestcnlay to hear Senator Daniel W, Voortieea opeuk He arri ved at nocio, and an hoiur aílír-word» delivered a stelae aildrej^a oa the queatiouB gf fell® d^.  iOid .S1A!, I,ii.-Ie sent't lie ."Sill- ali-t in si'-..iun at Lile  Hid  1 l'i I'liui, w iei I e¡ii rkim^tnen'.HConm-c  Cin. AO ^--ifi. liie- U till  il Vcl'V ^C  A Elisili.  ( » -t., !,'.,  u r» li ill t ram  ni». I î i I li  iiiisli  -1 m  Ol  -i - ut 1 lie t lintain  J,'i!ie uf th-' lo'sl ;r,-i!!) i.iLiiii.lcil l  niispl.'i.i-ed -s'.s Iti li .at ,--'.)Ulh I ìm ai:u, tt-S i \ 1 ' î 4t4 \ 1 uj-n y, iiy -i .and Me;.'.ed -.ns, le uf ñ t.'vN f,-i t sutil liuueul i 111- eu.ti lies wer-;. i¡. lai.i-u. 111 (lie l'.uoe lo be O.e.t of ¡àa.i/e i.s  mybU-ry. No une «.'.aM iiijunni.  An I'iiíh«'2S',llii{; i'IerÈi ,\rrt",teil.  CJ!U:A(,ÍO, Cict. i.'i, - Uiiflh P. .Junea, clerk in t lie em¡doy of t he Lv<-n!tiK -biurnal, witô airtstíil h< tv ( h itj^i d Ilk 1 míi".'¿l  meut. P. i» î iî 11-"- -'1 o! I III?  t7üü abort ih ioiim-rly as,n.iant to  th© cosbitr, and au exi-mincr of tl c buoka  la aaid faj buv« ic «'Kult'd, tlic feiivrtiiOa'S.  IS 1 vi'ii  \ I  N. M. % ot Î.  ■^Sartict. V V01ÎK, iti-t, ¡:>. 111. \ I" tc!; th" hi'ilii st \va-, .'lU per  ti"l rati-', fs.'d -ii'i !.,r Ml li^iy  SI,.I.  O'.fls-i r-llîTi'ncV 'i lili. K' ly,  ■ih-, -il ! . s. 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