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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF ALLTHE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED THE MOST EXTEKSIVK AXIV BEST ADYBRTISK6 MDIUI IX TUX ROCKY IWOUNTAfN REGION see SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MO3STDAT MOKKING OCTOBER 0 1890 PRICE FIVE GOSSIP FROM OTHER LANGS Another Grave Offense Charged to Sir Thomas Frcake HE SUGGESTED THE STAGE TO LANSTRY A Project tx Jlcstoro fho Old Palace at Moltkefl Birth day and a Boeus Imperial Carriage LONDON Oot SanPranclsooChronfcZfi Thomas Froako whoso Police Court escapade this week brought his narno tho public is the man who enjoys tho distinction or Lang try In tho theatrical career Lady Frcake was devoted to amateur tno atricals and gave n of at hor houso In Ivonslngton hn grouped together mora society bOiiutlCH on ono thfii over seen boforo orsince LangtryK Iinmodlato success at those tableaux led her to adopt the stage for a living Stunford who sailed on tho Ifintonlc told a friend horo that there was no truth tho report thab ho Intended to withdraw his capital from the Southern Pacific com bine with tho Varidorbilts and build acorn poting road ft is understood that warrants worn issued yesterday lor about forty peopio present at itho SlavlnMoAullfle fight They include Lord Esrno Jordori Lord Marcus Uorcsforci IMohartJ K Fox with all the backers and tralriorn of tho contostants There Is no good reason for tho recent report that both contestants will surely bo sent to though Jlkoly both will bo hoavlly lined Tho reason tho authorities untlciwok ihe proHocutiori was riot HO much to an example of these men as to establish a precedent rnalclng glove fights illegal here after In England poror Williams visit being purely a per sonal matter and Premier Taafos domain in politics being exclusively domestic in which Germany would never of Jnterfcrinsc A Bull Breaks Jjoose MUXICH Oct 5 At the annual feto to day during an inspection of prlxo bulls one of the animals broke loose and dashed Into the mass of spectators trampling upon tho people right and left Many persons were Injured but none seriously Prince Eegont Lleufcpold had a narrow escape Morleys Statements Denied LONDON Oct C Colonel Caddel tho magistrate who presided at the hearing of the cases Against OBrien and Dillon at Tlpporary lit writing a long letter in which ho charges Morlay with having distorted tho facts In hin recent speech relative to Tlp porary affairs SWIHO Win Oct The Revolutionary party In tho Canton of Tyronne has won a victory On the question of revision of tho constitu tion tho vote standing for and against Nearly Four Hundred Irowned Get 5 VossiKchc Kcttung has recuivncl confirmation of the report that General Bandovoski and three hundred and sovimty soldier wero drowned during the recent maneuvers inliusala by tho collapse of a bridge WANAMAKERS PET PROJECT THE HOUSES A Portal Telegraph Just What the People Need PRACTICABLE AND CONSTITUTIONAL The PostmasterGeneral Defends His Proposition in a Very Ijenjjthy Western Union Is Its Only Antagonist The Business of the Bftiilcs Shows a Slight Decrease BOSTON Oct to TILE TRTB following table compiled fron dispatches from the clearinghoused of the cities named shows the gross exchanges fo last week with tho relative per cent of in crease and decrease as against similar amounts for tho correspondingweek in 1SS9 CITIES Now York Boston Chicago Philadelphia SI Louis San Fruucisco Pittsbiirg Bnltiinore Cincinnati Kansas City Milwaukee HiiiTulo Now Orleans A NEGLECTED PALACE The Magnificent KHITIH at Versailles to be Ilostorccl PATHS Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series Much popular interest Is manifested In a project recently submitted to tho Legisla ture by M Guyofc Minister of Public Works for a restoration and preservation of tho Comdos tho magpiilcient ruins ot whlali huvo been slowly crumbling away for the last twenty years It seems strange that ono of tho most beautiful and attractive places one replete with historic interest and con tuSnJng many priceless masterpieces of line seventeenth century should have boon al lowocKo full into such neglect and abandon ment Tho repairing of the Louis XIV facade has been completed but nothing luus boon done to tho great front of tho palacu which remains in tho Identical condition of min as boforo Tho hall of thoICmporor presents a shock ing appearance all the statues being cov ered with dusfc recog nition Tlio statue of Marcus Aurollus has lost its head and tho bust Is surmounted by a crown of fresh oak leaves placed thero by some Tacotlous student One is led to In vosltlng Versailles that tho Gov ernment Is utterly Indifferent as tothe manner in which tho Government grant for tho maintenance of tho palaces tins been spent That it has been diverted elsewhere is evident as Is also tho fact thattho least work has boon accomplished at tho greatest possible outlay The grass Is uitont and tho entire promenade overgrown with weeds The trees are untrinunod and a general nlr of desolation reigns throughout the beautlfu 1 garden Tho Grand canal is choked with debris and from It emanates an odor of tho gravo Its almost hidden by heavy and dense miasmatic vapors which are a con stant menace to the health of the residents of tho vicinity Anyone having the tune to tumble into tho canal would cer tainly bo asphyxiated VAN MOLiTKES BIRTHDAY Workmen Arrested ST PETKUSJIUKO Oct Thirty arrests woro rnado horo in connection with the workmens political movement Many othoi arrests wore made in the interior Tho Jrori Lockout LONDON Got fires have been quenched m all but a few of tho Scotch Iron furnaces Tlio lockout will reduce the mar ket supply tons weekly Catholics Will Not Vote ROMK Oct is understood tho Vati can has decided in advlso all Catholics to abstain from voting at tho uomlug election in Italy Five Persons Killed PARIS Oct tho bursting of a res ervoir at LaLonde today Ovo persons wore killedand thirty Injured Cholera in Barcelona MADRID Oct is bolloved to havo broken out In Barcelona where flvo suapoctoc catfos uro reported two fatal Import and JCxport Duties MONTEVIDEO Oct import duties havo boon inoroiiscd 5 per cont and tho ex port duties restored Dan clot Is 111 PATHS Oct Daudot the Is seriously III THE QTJANTKELL PAKE Unscrupulous Rogues Circulate tv Subscription List Oct Ban Francisco Chronicle furies Moltko whoscrninotloth birthday occurs on the 20th has boon Invited by tho Emporor to spend It in Berlin Munich has conferred tho freedom of tho city on tho venerable field marshal In honor of tho event Unhap pily tho occasion which all Germany is pro paring to oolebruto has been abused by sonic aooundrol horo who wont to well known people with a aubsorlption list and Issued tippcftil to all Gorman towns to sond con tributions to a fund for presenting tho Oonms with au atdross and presents Tho sohomo is bogus The mimes of many of thoso who were said to havo subscribed vroro used without Several towns sent rnonoy tothosham oomtiiittco Tho Was Killed Dur ing the War in CHICAGO Oct Francisco Chronicle adispatch printed yesterday the death was announced at New Birmingham Alabama of a man known as T J Henderson Ho dlocl at tho farm liouso of a Mrs Par noil and it is said upon his deathbed confessed that ho was no othor than Charles William Quantrcll tho famous Missouri guerilla supposed to havo boon killed hy Federal soldiers in Kentucky just bofovo tho Rebellion eridod Oh this report of his doafih is undoubt edly a said S B Scott who was brought up In the same town where Quan troll was born Oanal Dovor My brother Goorgo W Scott ol this wnnt to school with him My othor brother W Scott an editor of Ciitml Dover looked up Quan trolls careor from the day of his birth and has undoubted proof that ho was shot by Oapfcaln Clark near tho close of tho war Quantroll was thon trying to take his band of bushwhackers to help Loo boforo Rioh mond Oo was woundoc and dlod in a Loulsvlllo hospital boforo any ono knew just whoho was In fact his men wanted It but sluoo thon havo admitted that It was him His old mother is still liv ing in Canal A RAWHIDE REVENGE Terrible Punishment Given an In 1 dianapolis Woman iNDiANAiOuis Oct TiuuuNE Dis patch San Francisco Chronicle Sorlos Mrs Edward Doody tho wifo of a welltodo olUcoti riiwhlducl Mrs George Kidney the wife of an onginoor on North Mcvidan street tonight Mrs Doody attempted to grab Mrs Kidnoy by tho hair but missing hor mark she tore ono oC tho rings from hor ear Mrs Kidney turned and darted up an alloy but was soon overtaken by Mrs Doody who n hold in her hair and at tho samo moment began to whip tho unfortunate woman ovor the head and faco bringing the blood with every stroke largo crowd gathorocl around and tho infuriated wo man was forcibly taken away from Lor vio Mrs Doody said Mrs Kidnoy had broken up hor family and sho had cletor mlnocl to give her a cowhiding Friends of Mrs Ivldnoy state tonight that slio has boon unconscious sinoo reaching her homo Mrs DooUy mot a policeman as sho was go ing homo and blandly iniormod him oC what had taken placo but she was not arrested Oct PostmasterGen oral Wanamaker tonight made public a letter recently addressed to tho chairman of tho House Committee on 1ostofiicHS embodying an elaborate argument in favor of his lim ited plan for postal telegraph Appended to tho letter s a mass of matter to tho subject making altogether 223 pages cloMOly printed The PostmasterGeneral in the letter says in part After standing for a year past in tho midst of tho controversy ovor postal telegra phy that for forty years has gone on with sharper tone and widening range I am more than ever convinced of the wisdom and practicability of restoring the telegraph io the postal service and make It what it was originally intended to bo part of tho postal system I say this after closely studying tho arguments against the bill made so vig orously by tho great telegraph company which is now its only visible opponent I do not believe that it Is possible to this question down There is a deep ques tion and farreaching conviction among the people that tho telegraph service is by righ a part of Lho postal service Tho measure is to give tho country a vast enlargement o the postal system and bring home to the people cheap use of ono of tho most power ful agencies of modern commerce and civ As to the constitutionality of postal tel egraphy tho PostmasterGeneral says In part It has been argued by learnedlaw yers for a score of years that the Govern ment telegraph is unconstitutional The motives ol those gentlemen have been one of two In aU cases They have been paic attorneys of those corporations whose specia interests havo demanded that their monop olies should in no way be interfered with Tho other opponentswore those who imag ined tho constitution would be exposed to every sort of outrage wero they to fill sick for a day Tho courts of tho highest ap peal have settled this question Oongresh solthid it In advance of action by making tho United States owner and the Postolllco Department manager of the first lino of wiro constructed for commercial and public use Tho old Government telegraph schemes wore constitutional what shall be said then of the limited postal telegraph plan which I have been criticized for bring ing forward There is no doubt that It 1 constitutional The attorneygeneral foi tho Department has assured me that the conclusion that tho scheme is constitutional cannot bo In concluding the Postmaster GoneraTsays he has always Invited tho most rigid scru tiny and criticism of tho measure It is not a proposition to take money from tho Treasury or to employ additional civil servants it is not a propositionto put any power whatever in the hands of the Gov ernment which is not au present greater and more dangerous whore ic is It is a proposi tion simply to dovetail together two groat machines so that ono shall do busines equitably and by that means mako more money which shall willingly be accorded to it by tho the other to utilize its present skilled and faithful en orgy to help supply tho people with still bettor rneaiiROf communication furnished still more iwoaply It is not a proposition to buy tho railroads or coal mines tho sawmills orbako shops of tho country IE others speak out for tho tele graph stockholders some ono must stand up for tho people in tho Interest of the cheaper telegraph that they want I believe it be longs to this Department to take this stand and I propose intelligently and persistently to keep this subject you in strong confidence that it will not be long before your committee will take stops to give the people the relief prayed polls Ckiveliuid Norfolk Murdered WhileoAsleep Oct young men out hunting yesterday came across tbe senseless bodies of an aged negro man and i young woman subsequently ascertained u be his daughter Their throats had been ut Tho woman was revived slightly and said that they wore attacked while uslcep by an unknown man who cut their throats ind robbod them of the little money in their possession The man died in a short time tho woman cannot live Wanamakers Cousin Suicidcs ST Got i cousin oC the rostniasterCreneral suicided this morning with morphine in a lotul on Market street lie loft a note say ng simply life is nothing to me any He had boon drinking freely A The VIKNNA Oct Austrian nowspaHis Mother Only pora are full of anpry articles on the American tariff which receives more down right abuse than genuine criticism Tho Government is trying to allay thoexcite ment over tho ruoasuro Tho Minister of Commerce In addressing a deputation frankly declared ho was unable to exorcise pressure In Washington because tho Ameri can Imports into Austria werososmalKbutho promised to try to induce President Harri son to grant facilities for the mothorof pearl industries A thousand of motherof pearl workers are camping In forest noar hare In a destitute condition Funds arc for their roIteC LONDON Oct Standards Berlin correspondent says the diftoronoer between the Enrporor and Waidorseo regarding the inilltary policy havo been removed SUIO5DES Spain Wants Oct 5 A rumor is current that tho Spanish government intends to enter into negotiations with tho United States for reciprocity concessions touching Cuban American products The Cabinet has decided to suspend ap1 of tho new pubati tariff ponding a reply to representations to be made to tht United Spates Government by tbo Spanish Minister American Revolt Postponed LONDON Oct S Tho says Tho European expectation of a revolt aoaorig the American farmers against the artificial dearness caused tho tariff has neverbeen realized It Is always threat ened but always postponed The idea that the new tariff is a blowat Canadian Inde pendence is as absurd as the talk of ox cited people hero who hysterically declare itds an attack upon The Emperors Adventure Oct 5 The Austrian and roan Emperors had a narrow escape from a accident yrlx lie riding In a carriage at Muerstag today Tho horses shied throwing the carriage against a tree par vehicle Tho two rulers junhurt and the Kaiser Austrian decided not to ojder itp savePreroicf Taafd is a Hun dred Dollars a Month N Oct Glenn a ynung man of this olty committed suicide hvst night by plunging headforemost a window Hla wiiowetl moth or died in August By the terms oj her will tho son lias to havo an allowance of i i month in addition to living ox ponsos This amount was not sufaclent to satisfy his fancy and was quickly spent each month Lust night when be retired to his room he took out the will and i poured over for hours reading the olaivso which kepttbe property out of This morning a jjplJoaman found his dead body stretched on tho sidewalk under the window Tho skull and neck wore broken and the w his right hand grasped a crumpled ploco of the will The Comte do Movements NEW Comtfcdo Paris party this inoiiilug attended funeral ser vlces over thotremains of valet of the Diic dCrloaus who died in tills city the day after his arrival In the afternoon the royal party and in the oven ing wore 3utortalnod at dinner by General Tomdrrow morning they go to 1Aitrsi Oot Coiiite do Paris has sent a tablq dispatch to friends bore saying that ho was profoundly touched by tho welcome in A CHESS TheOmalxa ISihbezzIer Released YOUK Oot Ernest Kiall arrested yesterday on a telegram from Omaha stating tlmfcho was wanted tharo for tho embezzlement of from JY a bogus land transaction was discharged by Justice OReilly In the Jeffer soiv Market Opyivb today I Straight stated he had no desire to prosecuto Eiall and had Made a causing his iilrrest as ho could not be afrtho cxpensQi having JftSall taken babk Omaha f on 1 tlio 1 best games of the season of I A i t V J i 1 L The IiiUle Village of Strobeck De voted Entirely to the Game A rather unusual feature in rural lifeap pears to exist in a little Gorman village that nestles in the bosom of the famous Hartz mountains Life must flow on very peace fully in Strobeck for the principal business ottho whole population from the children at school to tho augustdignitaries of the district is the playing of the ancient and royal games of chess This has been the case for contoTJos according t tho Leeds As soon oldenough to nndorstand the moves boys and of this Idyllc village are taught the laws and ordinances of the gauio and Into the mysteries oHhe knicrhts move and the advantages of earlier casting Every Easter the children are solemnlygathered to gether todisplaytheir skill ii the presence of the pastor the school teachers and tho village aud boys and three glrla most proficient each receivea ohoss boarcVVihsfaiibcd with the words A Reward for Nor does the pinsuit of the game end childhood and school Is steadily cotitinued through The leisure hoursJjoth of andSundayvure and profitably spent by these worthy and aito gethermodel villagers bvertho chessboard with consumption of tobacco and inndcVntrlngerbeer inninvites strangers to be to tho anwary the chal lenge be glveii himJutter and igno portion and from exceptional house of en ter tai n m enta sacld or tin d a wiser m If ho has fancied lilinsolf ch essrplayers astbii been beatenin a cpu ri Denver Oniahti St Paul ProvJdeiuio Columbus Dufuth KMcliinoncl Itidiniiti polls Foit Worth Peoria Hartford Sf loseph New llavon sUoux City tirand Rapids Lowell Moincs CiuiUiuiooga Los Lincoln Now Lexington Ky Topekii Wont real Clearances villa Toledo Outside of N 2 y 521 100 J 14 I 5 5 Decrsr 7 3 2 y 20 S Not included in totals this time last year No cleariiiRliousc at PRIHE RING BRUTALITY A Chicago Pugilist Receives a Sci entific Hammering1 OHICACJO Oct oC tho most brutal fistic encounters ever this vicinity took place early this morning in a barn rieir Shelby between Tonfmy Ryan of Grand Rapids ligbt weight oham pion of Michigan and Oon Doyle a local pugilist of Chicago weijiliinR 137 and 130 pounds respectively The light to a ounce gloves berry rules The battle was for blood from the start Ryan who was evidently the most scientific of Wio two rhamigod to Doyles heavy left banders and in return the faco and breast almost to At the end of the twenty sovcntlvit was evident that Doyle was used up but nevertheless he wanted to fight fur ther Despite tlio fact that his eyes were closed lie staggered to tho center of the ring almost crazy and wanted to light it out rough and tumble His secondthrew up tho sponge however and Ryan was clarod the winner FOUGHT BLACKSMITHS PiTTSiHWC Oct of McKoosport and George Gillen of pTansfiold this morning on a boat on the Ohio river near Rochester Little science was displayed the men going at it like black smiths In the fifth Gillen was knocked down find his head struck the deck render ing him unconscious The fight was given to Bissell Both men were fearfully pun ished FROM THE MEXICAN CAPITAL iMEDIGIRErOR THE ELDERS Mow the latterDay Gospel Is Re ceived in England AN UPRISING OF INDIGNANT HUSBANDS Mormon Missionaries Whipped Tarred and Feathered and Re quested 10 Carry Their Pernicious Doctrines Ia fatuation of the Females tVORK AXD GENIUS LONDON Oct Francisco Chronicle has had a hard time in England this weak Tho elders and preachers have been treated vo tar and feathers little ropo business for their too groat zeal in making woian converts Since the cloiugs of the United States Government havo been cabled from Now York detailing tho detention and hu miliation o the latest batch of women tho people here have come to regard the whole business as a sham and fraud The first demonstration against tho Mor mnrns was made in tlio agricultural village of Slierboiiriie in Dorsetshire on Thursday evening Tho elders wero holding a pros elyting meeting hundred women and about thirty ioen were echoing the sen timonts of tho loaders with hiillclujahs and amens Somo gof tho women married but the majority wero single girls All at once there was hubbub at the door Loud calls oC Open or we will break were heard Two or three of the elders went to parley with the outsiders A glance convinced them that they wero bc seigpd Three hundred men husbands fathers and sweethearts of tho women in the building were there to demand some thing more than apologies Quickly tho two elders beat a retreat within the sanctuary and gave tho alarm In another second in wont the door with a crash and in rushed tho men They leaped over the highbucked benches and made di rectly ior the elders who had by this timo suddenly huddled within the communion rail Tho congregation was panicstricken The four elders pleading piteously for mercy were quickly seized but they had already broken their promise to leave that part of tho country and the men were de termined not to be fooled again They took them into a private room and administered n frightful lashing to each hurting three of them preity badly It was decided to liberate them if they would start out of town at once This tho frightened ex horters said they would do When they emerged the priests wero met by about iifty women who begged them not to go away saying that they would appeal to tho townsmen to spare them and explain tho purity oC their motives After going to a farm house three miles oiltho Mormons again changed their minds They would return and call on tho authorities for protection the Sheriff one deputy and a town clerk Thus the outraged and rewhipped men and organized another meeting Last night again however came tho aveng ing hatid of the outraged husbands of the village and neighborhood Thetuob marched in and secured the leader tied irouncl one of his legs while his arms were jound close to his body The men then dragged him through the town hooting Two of the other exporters wero stripped and treated to tar and feathers and then iurned adrift with the alternative to ido on a rail The third lied as did his companions the instant they were released Tho constable did not put in an appearance JLS he was evidently in sympathy with the nen who had committed the outrage It is safe to say that there will bo no more converts at Sherbourne VENEZUELAN AFFAIRS group with vheir arms about on im ATI Interesting Budget Concerning the Southern Republics CITV oii1 MEXICO Oct Newspapers liorc call on the Government to to the PosUl Union against tho United States Government in forbidding tho transportation of Mexican newspapers bear ing Mexicanpostagewith lotteryadvertise ments General Eririquas Governor of the State ot Vera taken steps to introduce colonies in that is rich in re sources Steel rails are now bekig manufactured on a sinull scale The rainy season b as ended President Diaz rides daily through tho streets andwoods Tho free way in which ho exposes himself shows thatbe dis credits the rumors of plots against his life President Barillas of Guatemala told a correspondent that the statement that he was trying to a Congress of Central American States was incorrect Thisho said had been three and tho Congress should have met in Hquduras September IGth but on account of tho war the meeting wtis He that under no circumstances could a voice or vote be allowed the United States or uny other foreign Cation Heir Most Suppressed NBAVAHK N leen liberally advertised to address a social stic meeting heretonight At ap jointed time the crowd iussuius and Germans hall ind greeted the anarchist with loud cheers The police then much to the are initiated discomfiture of the auflience escorted Most fromtlio hall and gave hira half an hour to leave the He complied The Victim 61Malpractice BALTIMORE Oct was created by the finding of the nude body ofra white woman tied with a rope which wasi weighted with paving V post morteni showed been thevictim of malpractice t suggestart will perceive what ought to strange dawn A Stallion Killed the racesiat Marlboro fair yesterday the Bis at owned by William Meyers collided witha buggy DeingVdriyen across the track stallion was killed and Meyers was seriously The Hebrew slon of the Gptiventions Pi utipnsiid a Union between the1 United and IJhibns They Minister Peraza Demolishes a Sen sational Cable Dispatch CHICAGO Oct Daily News Wash General Peraza the Venezuelan Minister was seen this afternoon regarding a sensational cable from Caracas It says Venezuela is on tho verge of a revolution and efforts are being made to upset the Government of President Palazio andbring back from exPresident Blanco The dispatch concludes with the declaration that Peraza is about to be re moved from his mission here because he published in aNew York magazine a map showing England as possessor of the dis puted guano territory which Venezuela is trying to hold Peraza made short work of the cable by showing a letter lust received from the President of Venezuela It was written Sep ember 26tlr and contains most cordial expressions of goodwill President Palazio concludes by saying the Republic was never iu a more stable Peraza feels that the cable referred to was a scare emanating fipm some malicious source As to the map used in tbo New York magazine Paraxi says that appeared eight months ago and the mistakein using it was fully explained at tho time He wanted to show the route of the proposed iuter American railroad and for that purpose utilized the first South American map avail able Great Britain makes these maps and they therefore show the lines of territory as that government seeks to locate thorn A German Day Parade ST Louis Oct A an Day parade took place this afternoon and de spite a cold drivxling rain which fell all the afternoon thirty thousand men partici Each man carried an American ilag there were manyartistic floats representing the fall of Bonhroescz the Every phaseof politi cal allegiance religious belief social posi tion arid personal sentiment had part in the panrde and voice in the exercises which fol lowed it LOUISVILLE Oct anniversary of the landing of the firstGer man1 immigrants was celebrated heie today a large parade and speeches A Wealthy Baitimoreari Dead BALTIMORE R one of Baltimores known of the the presenthead ofthe firm of i Brown died residence V evening accidentally Hashed bis freely from1 the wound and ex uaiisted found the floor of the had suffered long frbni bitter nrakers and ereleiided The fight was pne ever otli there ias What Men of Genius Think of Their Comparative Genius pure and simple is no doubt an en viable gift ordinary men stand in tho valley and in an tutitndc born of innate hero worship gaze with awt upon the favored of the gods as thoy tread tho mountain bights But genius needs a in order that its waywardness might bo use ful and its daring flights something other than tho A sensltive and pas sionate heart allied to a powerful and vivid imagination are undoubtedly tho elements which go to make the poet or artist but to accomplish anything worthy his endow ments the favored individual must havo these gifts of his resting upon a sro foun dation of common sense and short ho must have an early and definite knowledge of the importance of work And anything liko happiness to himself can only accrue from the carrying of snch knowledge into daily practice Instead of preaching ou this our selves using up as we go along this or that attractive saying of some notable man nil rhe while altering a word here or a phraro Where and so making In fact a plagiarized hash which we would like others to fhirfk our this wo are content that each cloar or brilliant saying shall it should star iu authors crown So hero are a fmv of utterances of great men on t lie subject of No says Emorson what your work is lot it be yours no matter if you are a tinker or preacher blacksmith or Presi dent let what you arc doing organic let it be in y by whic shall stream God will ftist by cow when lie done his best but what he has said or done otherwise shall give himno poaco It a deliverance which does not deliver In the attempt his genius deserts him no muse befriends him no invention no There is ono plain rule of says Stuart Mill eternally binding and inde pendent of all variations in creeds em bracing equally tho greatest moralities and tho It is this Try thyself nn wearicdly till thou lindcst the highest thing then art capable of doing faculties and outward circumstances being both duly considered and tnen do Rusldn being told of a man who was a genius mediately inquired Docs he work I observed Dr Livingstone that all eminent men work hard Eminent geol ogists mineralogists men of science work hard and that both early and Mr Blackmore in Alice has told us how Mabel Lovejoy waited and wondered hoped despaired and fretted and thon worked hard and hoped And the late President Garfield said Tho worst days of darkness through which I have passed have been greatly alleviated by throwing myself with all my energy into some work relating to Between vague wavering wrote Carlyle and fixed indubitable per formance what a difference A certain in articulate selfconsciousness dwells dimly which only our works can render articulate and decisively discernible Our works are the mirror wherein tho spirit first sees its natural lineaments Hence too the folly of that Impossible knowv thyself till it be translated into this partially possible one know what thou canst work Again Lay this other precept well to heart which to me was of valuablo service iDo the duty which lies nearest which thou kuowest to be a duty Thy sec ondduty will already have become Dear to the heart of says Pax ton Hood that motto of the old monks is Wo havo met with some few men and women too who could not comprehend it and to whom it was a dim occult mystical saying they wanted an explauation of it Poor things and wo had no explanation to give for this is one of those sayings for which no explan ation will suffice it must be felt to be true no amount of commentary can else make it appear reasonable To work is tho human mission be who shrinks from labor shrinks from the purpose of his existence It is sad that toso many thousands of persons nowa days it should be necessary to say this Labor is everlastingly noble and holy it is the source of all perfection no man may accomplish or become accomplished with out work it is the purifying fire burning up tho poisoning and corrupting influences emasculating the manhood of the In George Eliots Silas Warner we have this of the solitary weaver sir said Marnor meditatively I should ha been bad off without my work It was what I held by when everything else was gone from Goethe says Fortune is the goddess of breathing feel her favors truly we j must live and be men who toil with their and bodies and enjoy with them Again He who is born with capacities for an undertaking finds in executing this the fairest portion of his j said the great painter Joshua Reynolds who have undertaken to1 onour arc and haverepresented it as a land of inspiration as a gift peculiar favorites at their birth to insure a much more favorable disposition from their readers and have a much rnoro captivating and liberal air he who to examine coldly whether there WITH HER CHILDREJL Heroic SelfSacrifice of a voted Hotter Be POOR MEMBERS OF A FAMILY PERISH They TFere Overcome by Smoke and Died Embracing Each Unknown Woman on a Railway Train Elects a Horrible Death Iowa Oct bcnso of John Mcttec was discovered to be on Cro at an early hour this morning When the fire men arrived Mclloo jumped from a window in the upper story the ground and was seriously hurt Trio flames wero quickly oxtiinsuished ami tho romuindor of tho un furtuiKiio family removed Mrs McKoo and daughter Hose aged IS were dead Tho youngest daughter Berths apod 10 and tho sun Charley aged 5 wero unconscious The boy died this afternoon and tho girl eannot live says ho was awakened Ina sense of suiloeation and found the A HO11R3BLE ACCIDENT Fate of an Unknown Woman on a Burlington Train CHICAGO San Francisco OimnMc Tho passengers on a Burlington train that readied here today told of a strange and horrible accident that occurred shortly after thetrain left Galesburg At that station a woman with a baby got on the train She was coining to Chicago and from hero In tended to journey to Mexico to meet her husband Her name was not learned A few miles from Galesburg tho train was running at a high rate of speed Tho woman about the center of the coach and hrtd her faoe close to tho window A freight train bound for Galesourg carno along just then on the opposite track It running at tho rate of twelve miles an hour The passenger train was thundering at a clip Tho roar of tho pas senger cars and the shaking of tho road bed loosened from its fastenings a door in the side of a froTglit car It fell outward and struck the window through which tho unknown woman was peering Tbo corner of the thick door struck her full In tho face with crushing force Hwv features wore smashed into her skull fractured and theback jiurt of her bruinsexposed Sho died instantly Tho train was stopped and the body of tho poor mother and tho crying child were taken back to CYCLONES AND TORNADOES Places and Conditions Favor able to Their Development Lieutenant John P Finloy of the Unitod States Signal Service has written toresting article on the origin and mcnt of cyclones and being the typical general storm and ter the typical local while cyclones may develop and North gulf coast From each of those cyclones approach with peculiar ifities Those entering tho country rant contains tlio maximum moisture it is tho region of local storms especially nado The quadr are any means the arti may be j acquired how the mind may be strengthened and expanded and what guides will show the eminence It is very natural for those who nre unacquainted with the cause of anything extraordinary to be astonished at the effect and to consider it as kind of magic have never observed the gradation by which art is ac who see only what is the full result of long labor and application of an infinite number variety of acts areapfc to conclude from their entire inability to do at once that it is not only inac cessible to themselves but oun be done by those only some gift of the nature Jjestowedjupon One of the most characteris tic utterances on the subject of work is that of George HenryLewes It sounds like a veritable trumpet blast young dreamers from a foo longstraying paths and moonlit groves Wiere is in the present an overplus of raving about genius prescriptive rights of vagabondage its anditsihsubordination to common sense seasc saie fromthe that the real men of about anything of v not dreamers They knew that was not a frenzy not y a thing at proportions of lesser degree ttiefmeanest mankind shared with them it would not to accomplisliwitli success the things they votedytheir wnole to the Ichael Angeld bsve bull t St sculptured the of iinfi equilibrium within becomes much greater and the tornado ensues The questions which naturally occur What places are oest adapted do velopment of tornadoes and time when conditions are most favorable them Lieutenant Finley points tornadoes are regions Twhere warm moist air begins to fiow v neath a colder and dryer stfatuni that comes from v This condition is shortly jbjt an inversion of in and lower first visible of the coming storm being ance in the west and northwest 61 aneavy portentous bank of followed denly by ti violent comwotidnon theface the dense black mass aiid by adjacent clouds toward the center of east and northeast season is most the interior of the the air of tho lower latitudes far ujp1 iiiito the portions of the of the Rocky MountafnsV curve being toward ii north LieutenantFinleys summary suits of his iavestigatipris his gigantic pencil while his have dazzled J1 A ll i 11 Llll j Wlv rtrtC of he allowed to ouldV Beeshdy und Mozart aye aTjitndant iibt pf sitdown dges tk1 to conie As regards Lieutsnaat Finley north i i tb e safe 1 toSyfiich   

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