Salem Daily News, November 24, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL- II. NO. 278. J.ALKM. OHIO. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 24. TWO CENTS. "Warlike Fro-n the TUP- j bulo.it Indians, i Additional Tmo'js and Anramnition Sent to Scene of Dis- turbs nee. ftAdskins at Tine lUdge Agency isr. Situati >n Itecotuea More Se- rious Every Hour. PROPHECISH BY MILLS. j The Famom in luto Hif Future an-1 i'ol'.tic.il I Xov. Mills, who ha-5 arrived in talked freely r.iirht about tho result j of the lau and! about the action of tuo nt-x; llouso of ujprc-s-'nuuivv3S. Ua the 1 Speakers'iiip la.usuoTj Mr. Mill? is some- what retkvnt, that he has detenai'ied to rc-ti'v from public life at the close of the ii'-xs ba elected! Iffi AHEAD. AXOTHKtt BTG FAILURE. The OR Stock I Of Con- CHICAGO. Nov. The United States Mpisiires. Stock Company, having a large plant at liege wish, bas bee-n placed in t the hands of a receiver. The liabilities Silver Mm returaiuii'tl to Force tts j are and tho assets Enaetiueut of a Free Coin- The failure was precipitated by slow ao-e Bill, collections and tho depression in the money market The company was or- Kuniors as to gress oei froin Pine Uulye ii-.-a not reassuring. It is admitted by tbo authorities at the agency a nu.iiorous baud from Rose- i bud is en route to i ino Ridge, though i the purpose of the visit is not vouch- safed. Short. Hull and Jack Red Cloud, who have leaders of the ghost i dancing at Rjvbud, any hostile! L i i jc u intention and say mat tua dancing has demandJfop been stopped, iue d-iiu.-i.Ts tire coming into the agency in squ.ids, preparing to I draw their rations. Much loud talk is heard, but tbe Indians disclaim any hostile intentions. This attitude, how- ever, does not satisfy either Uuueral j Brooke or Agent Rover. The 'ear is j now that man.y of tho dancers will de- cline to come to the agency for rations to-day, but will prefer to organize in- i cursions into t'io country bordering on tbe In order that this! phase of the may be properly met, General iirookv- has ordered a large body of troops to Rushville. j Yesterday companies E, F, G and 11, of tho iiecunJ I-ifanlry, left Fort Omaha j on two special trains and will reach Rushville to-day. Comu.inies A, C, B and G. of the Tweaty-drst Infantry, from Fort Sidney, are uo-.v en route by special train from Columbus, Neo., to Rushville. Colonel Uenry, with one troop of the Ninth Cavalry, from Port McKinney, is also on his way them. The other troops in this department of the State are under marching orders and can soon be centered at the scene of the trouble. This move is intended first to cut olf raiding parties if any leave the reservation and second to sup- port Major Butiar'a Cutuuian-a at Pine Ridge should ho need reinforcement. General Brooko's headquarters will con- tinue at Pin" Ridge. ST. Louis, NJV. Wesley Merritt, commander of tiie D -partment of the Missouri, yesterday morning- re- ceived instructions from the War De- partment to send troops at once to Pina Ridge Agency, the of the Indian trouble. General Merritt accordingly ordered a rogirneno of the Seventh Cav- alry, consisting of eight companies of about men, under command of For.-iyche. and a company of ar- tillery with a battery of four guns, commanded by Captain C.tmpron, from Fort Riley to the scene of tho trouble. The troops left by special train. PISE RIUOK AGENCY, 8. D., Nov. The situation is certainly grave. Tho trouble ia slowly reaching a crisis. The danger of tho inliuus camping in a cir-f cle about the azericy became so apparent Saturday niglit that orders were issued vesterday for them to move- to a barren sandy plain at the foot of the buttes to the north and along Wolf creek. In these places they will all be in a bunch, and their great village will be within range of tbe Galling aad Hobchkiss guns. About noon the chiefs of tho different bands called out to the Indians to strike their tents and round up their horses and move to the new camping ground. The eaange was made within an hour and a half. Then it was dis- covered that nearly every tepee shel- tered a carbine or a Winchester, but no effort was made to confiscate these artrs. Agent Royer has also received author- ity from Washington to hire 100 scouts. The camp for njiies around is now pa- trolled night and day by Sioux police- men who are armed with Winchesters and who are watuiiing the movements of tbe hostiles. Over rounds of ammunition have come for the troopers of tbe Xinth Cavalry and for the Galling and Hotcbkiss guns. Ex-Indian Agent Mc- Gillicuddy came here yesterday in re- sponse to an urgent request of General Brooke. McGillicuddy has the record of being one of the most fearless agents ever in the employ of the Government. The two men have in conference all day. McGiliicuddy is in favor of crushing the Indians without any un- necessary delay. BLUNT. S. D-, Nov. and T- nard Bowers, r.-ho have been with tba Midland railroad surveying outfit, re- turned to Blunt yesterday afternoon. They report that at eleven o'clock Fri- day night, while camped about eighty miles west of Pierre, the camp wm sur- rounded by about fifty Indians painted and fully equipped for war. and with hideous yells and flounisbinz their guns. war clubs, etc.. cut their way tbroagh the tents and in and otit, firing their guns, flourishing dabs, etc., with- out doinsr any bodily harm. They final- ly loft wh'in r.bo zang of surveyors broke camp Saturday morning and started for Fort where they ar- rived about midnicht on Saturday, hav- ing traveled ail -lay without anything to eat. WICHITA. Kin.. Nov. bsntin? party consis-lina- of ITasap Stone, IL G. Hoazhland. Hoyaion aad Aiex. Askew. of went down into the strip a i-o on a bunt- ing expedition. They hs-i from the deputy They into caaio Saturday west of Cald soon an tae strip. They proiucei ".heir pcraits. but tbe Indians to recognize them. The pirty disarmed, ropes tied aronnd their aec.cs and attacked to the saddles of the who started north. Tbe were compelled to inarch at a Ureiy speed until wiihia fire miles of the iiae, where they were released, 'i'. eir horses, citnp i arir.s were confiscated, t j and savs thr-t it ho OM UIA. Nob.. Speaker he wou li.--if.ii years o'so-vL-.-in :i rounded olf u lu.'hi-r1 honors: but, if ho i.ill-> Ua v an hour's tvst. Of the probahlt: a.-'.'n'n cratic majoritv' in the Mills says: "Ta-i Fifty-second _________ ._.i'e nioa.iv bv been iue udiii.'urs tire coming 5 Kjver jree coinage bin. whioo tho twenty! MLUiM 111 IK Holland's KuSer the Way ot All Close of a Peaceful R-Msrn Which Be- gun Forty-one Years Ago. LATEST Gltlirrfd Oy J'rom A.I Xov. St-Xoarly every i When ihU co-.ivorn went into the hands the West brinss to of a receiver it distributed its business ividoly and also wont into the manufacturinj; busir.c-ss. At the present timo it has extensive works at Ilogewish. near Chicago; Ur- Decat'ir, Ala., and An- Its stock Is laryely bold issible xrain arriving from .u .ut lose tije capitr.1. onn or more members of the j more 1 Fifty-rirst Congress, the last session ea-.sso uf tho tariff eo- form bas been in every school bouse by hundreds of voung Democrats, who arc earntvst in tbfir are not afraid of the devil. A g change is being in that State, and the politicians will be unable to stem the rising side. He resrards Blaine as the strougesc man on the Republican side, but claims that Llarrisou may manipulate tbe federal machinery so as to secure a re nomination. "If he said Mr. Mills, ''he will go over the falls of Niagara as sure as fate." BOLD, BUT Attempt by 1'ension Appropriation bill will be the most earnestly debated measure, owing 'to the enormous proportions It is reach- ing. flnsc'Us to Rob a il ASSit.T.ox, 0., Nov. of the most audacious and almost successful daylight bank robberies ever attempted in this State here Sat- urday. The German is a pri- vate banking institution in tbe Hotel Conrad building, the large double plate glass windows and doo.-s adjoining tho main entrance to tiio hotel. At one o'clock in the afternoon a man entered tbe bank and representing himself tobe tbe asjfnt of a stone company, roquosted P. G. Albright, the president, who was alone, to go out in f.-on'; a.; ao he could furnish Ir'm so'n? new stone stops. Alb-igbt complied, and duringBa brief convers-tion with the stranger he bap- per.ea to planes into the bank. His fell a man at the safe doors and he rushed in and encountered the man with in bis hand, done up in pack- ages. Grasping tho situation, Albright also grasped the robber, and the' latter threw the bundle of boodle to his con- federate, who was outside tho counters. The money packages struck tbe wire screens on top of the counters and fell inside. Foiled in their attempt, not having secured a dollar, the confederate quickly disappeared out the front door, and the principal got away from Al- bright and escaped. KO AST ISP Horrible Experienc of ft I.in-mnii Vfho Receive.! tho Full Force of Volts of Electricity. SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. W. Mor- gan, while repairing a wire Saturday, on Kenrney strot-t, received tho full force of volts of electricity. Mor- gan bung by his hands from the wire which wis forty-tbre3 foot from tbe "round- Fellow work'nun tric.J. to bring Him down, but his gvnp 01 the wire co- Id not be broker, a-id tho wire had to be cut -Iroppr-rl unconscious into thfi arms of his roi-.uer, who brought him safely to the ground. The palms of Morgan's hands were burned to the bone and after regaining con- sciousness h P. sufT-rfd intnns'jly. Thous- ands of people witnessed tbe accident and great excitement prevailed. Mor- gan will probibly recover. Throw Her.'filf from Window. BKOOKTA.V, N. Y., Nov. MM Charles A. Coombs, wife of tbe son of the newly elected Congressman for the Third district, entered the Pierropont Hotel Saturday and engaged a room on the sixth floor, saving she wanted to be away from the noise of tbe street Five minutes later, as the chambermaid en tered the room, she was horrified to see Mrs. Coombs plunge from one of tbe front windows. She struck the portico in her descent and bounded off to the large iron flower tirn hi front of the hotel- Mrs. Coombs was picked up dead. There apparently many Democrats in, the House of Representatives who desire an oxtra session of tho Fifty-sec- ond Congress and believe that it is tboir policy to work to that end. Leading Republicans stand ready to encourage such a move on the part of their oppo- nents, bolieving that its ofloct will re- sult in great benefit to the llepublican party at tie next election. Speculation runs very high on either side of the question and almost any opinion sought may be obtained, with plonty of states- man ready to father it. Tho siNer men are determined if pos- sible to force through a free coinage bill., They are strongly impressed with j their ability to accomplish the work in the Senace, where they have the assist- ance of fcue new Senators from Idaho, Montana ;vnd Wyoming. There will not be suUiui'L-ni strength, however, to carry such a bill over a 1'rosidonual veto, which is almost to follow its passag--: although some of the strongest adherents of frep coinage express the belief that the President will not an- tagonize such a after giving mature conbiiloration. The recent nrtkr successes, it is claimed, wiU figure groatlv to their advantage. Representative Lodge, of Massachu- setts, is of the opinion that the llouso will cprtftinly pass an apportionment bill and that tne Sonace will complete the work of tho majority by passing tbo Federal Elections bilL Mr. Lodgu also ventures the opinion that, ''if tbo Democrats got an extra session next it will bo the beginning of tbo end for them." lie thinks Mr. Mills will win tbe Spoakersbip contest. Many Republicans entertain this opinion. The aanounccmenttbata strong lobby is oh its way to Washington with a vievr to securn tha enactment of legislation which will lead to the disfranchisement of the Mormons bascroated quite a com- motion in political circles. There are two bills now pending in the respective bouses which propose to take the privi- leges of the franchise from any person aiding, abetting or countenancing po- lygamy, or who may be attached to any institution that does, Frioads of tbe Mormons hold that to pass either of tbese measures would be very unjust, as the Mormon church has sincoroly ac- knowledged allogiance to the lawj of the United States. It do3S not however, that there will bo any tirce for the consideration of such bills dur- ing this session. KESCUED JUST IN TlilE. Senmon Tnken from Vessel About to Sink. Nov. '34. steamer Earnford arrived at Sparrow Point Sat- urdav night with nine shipwrecked sca- from tbe Russian barkentine Yautzen. The Earnford loft Santiago de Cuba, November 10. On Tbufsday last, when twenty miles southeast of Capo Uatteras. the Yaataen was sighted in a dismasted condition and witb dis- tress signals flying. Although tbe sea was very rough a boat was lowered by the Earnford and Captain Pihlman and his crew of eight men wore taken from the Yautzou. The latter vessel was Ixmnd from Philadelphia to Fernandina, Fla. A heavy gale prevailed for some hours on Wednesday, which carried away the vessel's masts. The pumps wero out of order and the barkontine was making water fast and about to sink when the Earnford rescued the men. FATAL KNIFK THKUSTS. Saloon Important Political Evpnts Likely to Fol- low His lUMnise. Uluoli I auie After m llluttfts. THE HACU-K. Nov. 111., j King of 11.dland, died at six o'clock Sunday morning, aged seventy-throe years. His illness took a suddon turn for tbo worse Saturday evening, svn-.p- toms of urtvmia appearing. Queen Emma was at once summoned and re- mained with her husband until bis death. The King's last hours wero peaceful, life ebbing quietly away. Im- mediately upon tho announcement of tho sad event tho palaces and other pub- lic buildings woro closod. and notices wore posted of the cancuilatiou of all amusements. Tho death of tbe King of Holland is for more than ono reason an important political event. Tho mental malady which proved fatal first showed its symptoms in an aggravated form for many months, and it was thought then tbat tbe appointment of a regent would be necessary, but tho King's partial re- covery soem'id to remove that necessity. His aiiliction wus sof toning of tho brain, and ho was usually quiet and almost comatose, but at times displayed groat mental excitement. Notwithstanding his notorious marital infidelities, Qiioen Emma has shown the utmost tondornoss toward ber dying husband, so that tho Prince of Nassau spoke of bor a few days ago, in an address to the Luxemburg Chambers, as "tbat angol of devotion at his (tho King's) bfdsidc." With William III. dies the direct male representative of tho groat house of Orange, lie was the non of William II.. but only connected collaterally with tbe famous William III., of England. Tbo A special s.'s-i i of t e No-.v Hamp- shire has been called to meet on IX't.viubor i One of tbo botiw of t'..o Ocean was stovo in by a whaio and crew drowned in tll.e Arctic Oc Fire R. V. Na- tional Senior Vice r A. R., died at Koston on tho I'right'a disease. United States '.V'n'ii af.i bis deputies for-v-- moon- shiners tuo c.-ii'ities of Wt-st Virginia. Mr. J5. P. tin? hirnorist ar.d poet, who is better to the world as "Mrs. 1'artiivft.m." is at his home in CheUf.i. M.i s. The report of um T: Postmaster (.Jonvral. wi'.l bo sun- raitted in a fow days, win an in- crease of ten 'he postal rev- enues. Tbe coi'.l miners of -i i do- nuiudod :v r..-w be n strike after s'-cmid sui- i. i-irt of Sos- l as Oaniol idiinsion of- r the Con. Dnitth. Ind., Nov. Ter- rell was killed by John Feltnor.0 known as General Feltn r, at Huron, ton miles west of here, Saturday night. Both wero roHidents of that village. They had a Eeht during tho afternoon in George Feltner's saloon, but woro sepa- rated. Terrell renewed tho quarrel and shot at Foltner, but failod to bit him. He then bogau beating him over the head with tbo revolver. James Wol- ford, a friend of Feltnor, then inter- -fered and while he hold Terrell Feltner stabbed him. Torrell died in ten minutes. Feltner is under arrest. Torrell was about forty ynars of ago aad loaves a widow and four children. FOK AN OLD CKIMK. Arrest of for Omiplic'.ty In tho Jtiinlcr of a WADPAUCA. Wis., Nov. Pry- or, who was a police-nan in this city at the time of the Mead murder in 1832, was arrested Saturday at Anticro for complicity in tbe crime and will be brought hero. Pryoris one of four men in this city wbo wero suspected at the late King was born in 1817, and may have inherited his insanity from tho Emperor Paul, of Russia, to whom ho was related on the maternal side. lie ascended the thronn in His only issue is by bis second wife, Emma, be- ing a daught-tr Wilholiuinrs. now ton vcars of age. The King's death severs from Holland tho Duchy of Luxem- bourg, which will probably become at- tached, under tho Duke of Nassau, to the empire of Germany. An act of Dutch Parliament, cussed some yoars ago, provides for tho succession to tho throne of Holland in tho event of tho late King's family becoming oxtinct. Queon Emma is vorv popular and will undoubtedly be C'jnr.inun.l :is regent until her daughter attains hvr majority. Tho States General has been called to meet on December 8. .n JVlLIiD. CottnttB Who Chicago Pollcnuieu K ml Capture G "f l-'.lx Are Knrlly W .nted. CUICAOO, Nov. 24. Eirrht thieves were arrested Saturday by tho Des- plaines street station, polico. For two months they havo livod within tho timo, but tho evidence was too poor, shadow of tho station, but so clever wero Tbe arrest of tho others is exnectod in a day or two. Tho murder of Mead was an atrocious crime. He was in his bank at night and was stunned, robbed and then the top of his head blown off with a shotgun. Tho arrest of Pryor is tbe result of tho re ward offered by tho coun- ty board. _ firpat .Jninp. Ciiif.Kio, Nov. after- noon I'ile'Raker jumped 7 feot, inches at the Exposition building, breaking his record of 7 feel inches. D. H. llarrts, his o'.mer, is desirous that Moorehouse and Pepper match their mare Jlaud against Filemaker. Harris says ho will match the old horse against their en.tire stable, including Roseberry, for aside and two-thirds of the net gala receipts. by Wis.. Nov. is tronble on tho Monominee reservation. One hundred and fifty Indians surrounded the lodging camp of Henry Sherry, near Evergreen rive burned the camp after tbe men had tired. Eleven horses, fourteen oxen I and the camp outfit for fifteen were all destroyed- The white men were on- armed and fled for lives. Tnc In- dians claim the white men are tres- passers. ______________ ami Flrotnen Won't Strike. NO-F. com- mittee of Lake Erie Western 6m- ployea are still holding orivate meet- ings and decline to frire an y informa- tion to Tbe press. A well founded re- port is, that members of the committee are urging a strike, but tbat the engi- neers acid firemen are opposing it, and that if a strike come tbo latter will renoaia loyal to the company. National Rank Payment. ALMX. KAF., Nov. First Na- tional Bank of this city closed its doors Saturday aad will go into liquidation. The failure wan caused by depreciation uenry i oj mortgages on which tbe bank bad r. and money. Tbe liabilities are about and tbe assets small. de- mostly small farmers, who ill afford to lose the monev. liiiriml L'ndor TalliHS Wnlls. JERSEY CITY, N. J., Nov. The wall of a now building which Wells, Fargo Co. are erecting on Pavonia avenue suddenly fell Saturday morning, burying :v largo nurrbor of workmen in tbe debris. The police, firemen and ambulances scon tho spot and the work of extricating the buried rmin commenced. From underneath the big pile of brick and timbers wore beard faint calls for help. Two men wero taken out dead and ouc of thirty-five others rescued, ten areseriously injured. Tom Men Killed by a Train. Mich., Nov. As the day express on tbe Michigan Central was nearing this city Saturday it struck a buggy containing Dr.niol Crane and Bert Green, killing them instantly. They were not ;ryirig to cross ahead of the engine, but nnable to control the horse. They were carried on the cowcatcher a half aiile. A Jollification. FKEDEKICK. Md., Nov. The Dom- cratic jollification here Saturday in honor of the election of General Will- iam McKaig to Congress was the great- est affair seen here since the old Whig days. At tbe luncheon served at tbe market bonse after the parade the crowd consumed barrels of coffee and sandwiches. to PKORIA, I1L, NOT. Frank Sberrer, s waf'-bman employed by tbe I'eoria Distilling Company, while making his rounds Saturday slipped and fell into a tank of scalding slop. It was some time they that their pro >ence was not known until a few days ago. Four bold safe robberies and innumorablo thefts are laid at their door. Tbo poli-ie raided a small cottage at 13J5 West Washington street, where members of tho gang were seen to enter, and arroatod six mon and two women, with but little resistance. The polico claim they are the parties who robbed tho safe at the Lako street depot of the Illinois Cont.ral railroad; Booth Son's s.ifo. and :iho stolo a box ont, of Millionaire Ivilk-r's buggy con- taining deeds, mortgages, etc., valued at S ____ Cila-si 1'iictorv tiumiisefl Flrr. AI.TOV, III. Nov. The Illinois Glass Company's works at this place were badly by firn Saturday, throo of their scvfjn furnaces buing en- tirely destroyed, also the mixing room, ongino soom. grinding room, ware and packing house and storage bouso. The loss will roach nearly 3100.000 and tbo insurance is about Tho works employ about I.TifiO hands an'l the fire will throw about half of thrm outof employment until rhf dtMtroycd portion of tho'worksis rebuilt ami Tiroiixn Kllle I. E. 111., Nov. Tho south- bound fast mail on the Illinois Contral was wrecked at this place Saturdav- The engineer. Ed Barker, bad ono of his legs cut off and one arm badly shat- tered. The fireman was crushed to death. The accident was caused by a misplaced switch, which sent the fast mail train into No. 5 train. which was sidetracked to allow the fast mail to pass. It Ahont Timn- CHICAOO, Nov. All differences be- tween the World's Columbian Commis- sion and the World's Columbian Exposi- tion Company will probably bo settled to-day. After the joint ronfercnc's com- mittee. appointed to dcfino tho au- it.s before he was and his flesh fell >not Nov. Sarah F. Winter In TorK. KlWsTore, N. Y, Nov. weathCT now prevails along tbe opper j Hsdsca Tal'ey Soow Tell throughout j Satnrday and the ground is tution for the Blind consulted suicide yesterday by shooting. Melancholia superinduced by iil health was tbe cause. Buried In BtnJc. NOT. and Thomas Mclwnoaga. aged respectively six aad eight years. Wiled Sunday b- the caving in of a sand bank opposite tfeeir III Cirr. la., Nov. Scarlet Tevr israzingat Alyona aal tho schools have foeer. ciosed. Diphtheria, which is quite thzoagbout Iowa, now prevails to such an alarraiag extent M Cresco that active bare from tbe bones when be was lifted ont. He died in a few bonrs. Saloon Rrawf In Pa.. NOT. Epb- rata, Satnrday night. Melville James and Barton Kiine engaged in a gnarr in a saloon, when James struck Kline a blow on the bead, from the of which he died in a few minutes. James was arrested aad narrowly escaped lynching. Mats., Nor. Harvard eleren defeated tbe Ya'f vaci here Saturdajr afursoon a of 12 to in one of bni'.imt i and they will uro.'ttbiv 1. A clor'i named suicide at Monso Carl n-1. losing all his funds :.t. t''i" tublos. This is the cido at Monto Carlo th'.-> AtAlbv.iy. N, Y.. in t, :'-l Ingrahain. uonvwtod of sevon-yoar-old Frank Si.i-nd ,n. has boon sunteuced to D.urionu I.L-.-.O.I for sov- on yours at iuird la'iior. The Commercial bunk, of Ou'hrtf, O. T., which is tho larjost in the Territory, has made nn assignment. The proprietors havo nil left tiio town. Tho failure was ciiusod hv cbe failure of the Newton, Kan., n-ttional bank. The Uriltnd States d'-.xlTuirs at Madrid roport.3 c-.i-.o-; and deaths from cholera in oxceptiny in ISarcelona. since the outbreak of the disease and up to October 23. Thoro wore twonty deaths rvjorted in Barce- lona. The British Forei-r.i isod tho Fronch uovc. dite PoJlowski, the is Htispi.-ctod of IKIV Russian y -1 Tho police lire seare'in who is bcjiicvud to bu don. Advices from SIITIK.-.I it tho natives of tho Attia who woro tho only people to hoi I Iwc from ao- knovvlodging Malioloa W Ivmg of Samoa, havo lin.vUy given tuo r i.iibmUsioii to him. Uy this dni-lara'.io-.i of allogianco peace now absoltstu throughout thO- Sa'.noan Islands. L. Prottyman, a Cbii-ngo has failed, carrying d J..M bim tho North Division Iiiiiii'nur Co.npauy. of which he was the l.ir.rest stmikhoidor. Tho bank's about A-hilo tae lumber company o-.ves about- Tho total uasiots of tbe two concerns are over STO'i.DOO. llrnkn the It. I., Nov. F. Lonorgan, of lloxbury, Mass., on Sun- day broke the record for standing high jump without weights, clearing 5 feet inchos. .Ho is about twenty-two yoars old. Lonergan also won a 109 yards foot race in 'J second.--.. Kiubard Gillofipie. of I'orthnvl, .Mo., him against any other sprinter in tho country. protu- to e.xtva- rod the ;Tin Paris, hesuspoot, in Loa- THE MEETS. iiii un'l On call vns thority of the two report about the only thing left for tbU session is to settle tbo fate of the system and then adjourn. Will Continue tbe Strike. CniCAfto. Nov. Toe cornice mak- ers at a meeting held Sunday decided to continue their strike indefinitely. Tbe oomice men are in good condition financially and threaten lo continue the strike cntil their demands are SeTeral trades unions to sap- pors the cornice makers in tbrir de- mands. _ the Main. N. Y., Nov. 24.-The trial ol W. Allen, superintendent of ojafia in the IJaffalo post-ofSce, charged with fames in history of foot ball i robbing: the mails, which occupied than specuton were present J Attention of tbe United States Court exciveiaaat pnvaiivL week, resulted in NEW YOI-.K. Xov. a 5 por Exi'lmnjf sto-.Kly. 1'o-teJ rates 4KT nttcs-l'D'i for sixty iluvi ;IT.) )M5-'.t for ilum-.mii. (joverncaenl bo.uU t'ly. C'u Us ut, 4B, coupon, at I'M, do :il Wl. CLEVELAND, Nov. mitlo at tl.SHlf> Mlnucsotn pawnt ut '-i No nn.-c-i'. at. I'.ic. Xo. whltu at No. 1 while at We. 'Vie, dairy at iTJc. York :i' :it !'c. -Strictly fresh at at per Nr.w, YOUK. Xov. fl.- r-i, D03OU1 ex at t-'t 't'lV rlty rrii.l cstni ut 10. sup.-rilnc nt nuo at 3ifO Xo U re 1 at 1 cash, do NovtM.'cr SI.C'A do Deceir. 2 m'zpil nt ca-.li. do Xovem- bcr nt do D'-ct-raber at mix- J :it-l.Si4c. December at 4 o. il at W.UI. January at creamery fancy at 2Sc- flat at S-tOc. Xov. at 93'iC. Decemlnr at iH'ic. rabcr at 31'io. rr :uid December at 4-To. f at W.OCl. January at 112.13. at f J.'.ntiary .it Ji.'JT'i- r at January at 5VTV TOLEDO. a. Cash at i at AO'I. No--. for po-r. 35 2S. T trails st T -r Stron? a Bo AC'IVC and easier. for at cows Stronr. 5.00, 'arnbs Xov latabs choice e_S2T.. good Cboice to at J KJ. g Fira anJ b- M Msdinras. Scavy Yor a; Pa.. -il-- iBg doing: fosr of catt'.c Sew Tort 8r-i. M .i 1 ;

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