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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - November 10, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts $1.75 for Only 50 cents. Head great offer Cit fourth Page. She been to a Lek. Beas great offer $1.75 for Only 50 cents. See fourth pm go a vol. Xix no. 45.Boston, tuesday Mohning november to. 1891. Price five cents. Election aftermath remarkable accuracy the globes forecast figures. Tariff the Issue in 18< 2. Cleveland and Harrison. With opinions and criticisms the recent Battle ballots. As the Globe was Tho Only paper to rive its readers the morning after election a definite forecast the whole vote for governor and . Russell plurality it is unite naturally the source a Good Deal legitimate newspaper Pride to be Able to Call attention now that All the returns Are in to the remarkable accuracy that forecast. In the very earliest edition the Globe wednesday morning this estimate the total vote led the paper in sir Allen. Democratic plurality. 5,000 a careful revision the vote by towns and cities gives the following result it ii Ell a a Allen. 150.557 democratic plurality. 0,731 the Globe was modest and conservative in its claim giving Allen his maximum and Russell ids minimum possible vote also stating that russells plurality would prob a ply exceed Roo which statement i proved by the above figures. There were 8162 votes cast for Kimball the prohibition candidate and 12.r>9 for Winn the Peoples party making the total vote Tor governor 817.266. Tile vote outside Boston was 127,570 for Allen and 120,776 for Russell a plurality for Allen 6794. Russells vote in Boston was 86,512, and Allens 22,987, a democratic plurality 18,525, from which subtracting Allens plurality 6794 in the outside cities and towns gives russells plurality in the state 6731. Last year outside Boston Brackett had i la ,828 to 107,533 for Russell. Last year in the cities outside Boston Brackett had 62,615 votes to 55,144 for Russell. The Globe estimate last wednesday morning with 16 cities to hear from gave Allen 58.000 and Russell 60,000. The revised figures give Allen in these cities 59,238, a gain 13 per cent., Aud Russell 63,000. Again 15 per cent Over last year. The estimated vote in the towns wednesday was 68,803 for Allen and 59,-199 for Russell. The revised vote gives 68,332 for Allen and 58,054 for Russell Allen gaining 15 per cent. Russell Over to per cent. The Republican and democratic vote for governor in the cities and for tile state by congressional districts for this year and last Are Given in the following tables vote for governor by congressional districts gov. 1891. Gov. 1890. Rut. Cond Lim. Maui. Fill. Till. Vent ii. Gin la. Nth. Nth. Event pc the. Ill Teeth. Allen. Kartell. 11.099 11.979 12.269 12,128 13,395 10,924 12.728 13,721 11.410 6.859 .8.580 13,109 14.428 9,901 12,189 11.491 la 626 12,479 11.487 12,541 11,762 13,626 15.019 12,909 12,447 8,133 totals 150,557 157,238 gov. 1891. Allen. Russell. Boston. 22,987 36,512 Brockton. 2,372 2,007 in in Bridge. 3.496 5.178 Chelsea. 2.126 i 640 Chicopee. Is 4 948 Kali River. 2,818 4.028 Fitchburg. 1,714 1.434 Gloucester. 1.325 1,210 Haverhill. 1,960 2,189 Holyoke. 1,318 2.314 Lawrence. 2,362 3,510 Lowell. 4.sis 6,384 Lynn. Midden. 4,135 4,035 1,964 1,516 Marlboro. 663 1,048 n. Bedford. 1.961 1.928 it a a Bury port. 1,028 1,207 Newton 1,919 1,478 North Upton Pittsfield. 861 1,126 1,032 1.420 Quincy. I us 1.878 Salem. 2,089 2,079 Somerville. 2,749 2,163 Springfield. 3.678 3,456 Taunton. 2,098 1,768 Waltham. 1,655 1,433 Woburn 869 1,244 Worcester. 6,594 5,701 total .82,225 99,234 Brackett. Russell. 9.949 11,378 10,636 10.743 10.553 9,024 12,466 10,972 10,205 12,161 12,019 9,975 la 596 11,232 10.009 10.702 5,952 12.163 7.241 13,287 11.283 11,393 11,169 10,088 8.376 6,680 131,454 140,607 cities. Gov. 1800. Brackett. Russell. 19,592 33,031 1,634 1,455 3,219 4.728 1,735 1.390 631 837 2,735 3,361 1,457 1.224 1.418 1,063 1,914 1.925 1,028 2,148 2,264 3,311 4.455 5,381 3.656 3,719 1,603 1,389 791 1,076 1,910 1,612 883 009 1,749 1,417 809 1,030 1,086 1,573 1,085 859 2.021 1,805 3,293 1,870 3,217 3,065 1.560 1,230 1,607 1,341 800 1,226 5,709 4,775 72,141 88,118 Massachusetts legislators. In they Muster in the general court party line. T will be seen by the following statement the political complexion the Legisla re that the republicans have a majority six in the Senate which was equally ride last year and have increased by to sir Lead in the popular Branch Berkshire. Berkshire Hampshire. Bristol. Cape. Essex. Franklin. Hampden. Middlesex. Norfolk. Plymouth. Suffolk. Worcester. A forces Ter Hampshire total barnstable., Berkshire. Bristol. Dukes. Essex. Franklin. Hampden. Hampshire. Middlesex. Nantucket. Norfolk. Plymouth Sunol. Worcester. Totals it. I 00 ii a a 0.6 i. I 0. .0 26 2i i2 i y.3 6 2 wow it 0.23 17 r. P. 4 0 0 5 4 0 la 7 0. 0 0 i. 23 la 0 a 2 0 9 4 0.5 i 0 30 13 0 0 0 6 7 0 12 0 0 21 31 0 20 9 0 160 89 i Harrison a Champion. John j. Ingalls urges his nomination against Cleveland. Kansas City to nov. 5.�?John a. Ingalls returned from an Eastern tour tuesday night after the polls had closed having been absent three weeks lecturing and attending to private business. He visited Massachusetts new York and Ohio and was not surprised at the result in any those states although he said that lie rather confidently anticipated Republican Success in Massachusetts by a Small majority. Being asked what effect the results the election would have Oil the Campaign 1892, . Ingalls said a it foreshadows Republican Success. It Means the nomination Harrison with Cleveland As his antagonist the same issues As presented in 1888. The Success gov. Boies if he Bas been successful will Render him a formidable candidate for second place the democratic ticket with Cleveland although in a presidential election Iowa May. Reasonably be considered As a Republican state. A one powerful. If not controlling cause Republican disaster in Iowa has been the dissatisfaction engendered by the prohibition policy the past to years to which the party has been affirmatively committed. This has detached largely the German and scandinavian vote and there is some ground for apprehension that the alienation is Complete. A notwithstanding the rigid prohibition legislation user and whiskey Are to be obtained As beverages in All the principal towns in the state and in Many the larger cities the illicit traffic is practically recognized and sanctioned by the imposition monthly tines Saloon keepers which Are paid into the Treasury and applied to Tho expenses the municipal government the Success Mckinley in Ohio will not in my judgment Render him an inevitable candidate against Harrison although that idea is entertained by Many his friends who dream that the experiments Hayes and Garfield can be repeated for a third time. Quot if Campbell bad been elected there was an impression that to would lie a prominent in dilate for the democratic nomination Hen i was in Ohio the suspicion b As freely expressed that the democracy new York was not making and perceptible Effort for his Success. Quot in a presidential year Massachusetts May still be considered Republican and the defeat Bassett in new York leaves that state at least debatable. A a the Alliance cur Peoples party in Kansas Bas practically disappeared showing that the movement last year Bas temporary and will not affect the relations the two Groat parties. Kansas is distinctively a blame state but the sentiment in favor Harrison has been gaining ground in the past year. It would not be difficult to secure a delegation in bus favor. Quot his administration is regarded As Wise conservative dignified and patriotic and a failure to renominated Bim would to to express distrust his motives and dissatisfaction with his policy. A i b ant to say that the Campaign in Ohio was conducted a very High plane. It was a Campaign principles being devoid personalities. Nothing More creditable has Ever occurred in american Tariff the is8ue in �?T02. People this state Are True to Tho Best clo a ments All life. A i done to mean to say however that the Tariff has not played an important part in the game. A so far a the Republican party is Eon-1 corned the result in Ohio fixes the Silver i question As one the issues Tho next i presidential contest and decides it sofar As this state is concerned. A i Ain convinced that a free coinage Bill will to passed by the Congress which meets in december. I also believe that such a Hill i As will be framed will be vetoed by president Harrison. A that will naturally make free Silver Hie feature the next presidential fight. In fact it will be the leaning Issue upon which there Are vast differences opinion in both parties. Quot i doubt very much whether Tho democracy in National convention will proclaim for free coinage they should there will be soother Issue significance in the next Campaign. A slam not at All disturbed As to the result in new York. In my mind it simply indicates the fact that . Platt s Power lies in the Groat City and that Tho country districts Are getting a Little tired intrigues the Metropolis and wanted to make that fact Manifest. Quot i done think it will have any bearing whatever upon the next presidential Flower wins by Over 45,000. Don m. Dickinson thinks the Outlook Bright for . Cleveland. Washington. Nov. talking about the results tuesdays election sex Post master general Don m. Dickinson said today a every one who was interested in . Cleveland a administration must rejoice Over the result in new York Massachusetts and Iowa. Or. Campbell made a glorious fight in Ohio and deserves great credit for it. I regret that he is not to serve another term As governor but Mcki Uleva selection is not much a Victory for the republicans. A to to decisive he should have carried the state As Gorman carried Maryland. With the National party organization straining every nerve in his behalf he should have let Een elected by a very much larger majority than he got. Quot from a party Point View his election i think will prove a Benefit to the democrats inasmuch As it will compel the republicans to stand up to the fight in defence the Mckinley Law. That is course b hat we democrats want. If Mckinley had been beaten the republicans a would probably be now looking around for some other Issue. Quot i think the democracy is sure Success in �?T92 the Tariff Issue. The Tariff will be the Issue upon which the Campaign will be fought. I do not to think that the Silver question Bill figure in the Campaign. I think there will be legislation a tentative character that subject by the 52d Congress. I doubt its living possible Roget a free coinage Bill through the Senate. The margin is very narrow and in the last Force Bill fight had great Deal to do by Atli the vote Silver. A but if a free coinage Bill should be passed by both houses Congress the probabilities Are that it would be vetoed Aud this consideration will probably Lead to some experimental perhaps temporary financial legislation which will carry the whole question Over until after the National . Dickinson believes that the verdict tuesday is an emphatic declaration in favor . Cleveland. If Cleveland is nominated he says he can carry Massachusetts. Silver was t in it. Secretary Foster says it was not an Issue in Ohio. Washington nov. 6.�?Secretary Foster said yesterday that the democrats Ohio had repudiated the free coinage Plank in their platform almost As soon As the Campaign opened and that the Battle had been fought and won by the republicans the Tariff. Quot i do not he said Quot that the Silver question influenced 500 votes though i am sure that had that been kept As the Issue they would have lost it Quot i def not think a democratic convention in Ohio would Ever again adopt a free coinage platform but that had practically nothing to do with this fight. Quot i think the result the elections shows that the West can be relied to vote for tile Republican party and that the contest in 92 will in new York Indiana new Jersey and Connecticut As formerly. We shall fight Over the same old ground with Tariff As the Quot do you think the result these elections will have any influence the Choice presidential candidates a was asked. He replied a not the Choice the Republican candidate hut i think it Bill make Cleveland the democratic he said lie could t Tell b hat would be the result the contest for the Ohio senator ship. Hut he supposed Sherman and forager would each make an Active fight. When he was in Ohio he said he heard nothing the proposition to dispute the legality Briceus election to the Senate. It might be however tha the United states Senate would reject him. Congress would meet in december and the Ohio legislature not until january so that there by Ould Boti me enough he said if Brice were turned out by tile Senate for the legislature to elect his successor when they elected a successor to Sherman. Foraker is in to stay. Rumor Republican flan to unseat Brice in Ohio. Cincinnati nov. 5.�?no sooner was it known that the legislature Ohio was Republican than the fight for the United Statos senator ship Between Sherman and Foraker began. It will be a bitter struggle. Foraker is assured about 15 members whose election Sherman did not anticipate. Tile legislature will consist 138 members is in the Senate and 107 in the House. The republicans have a two thirds majority in both branches 97 it will require 49 votes to control the caucus. Foraker certainly has 12 the 13 from Hamilton county As a starter but Sherman seems to have the Best it in the country. An Effort Bill be made by the friends Foraker to get up a Quot Hurrah for him and Force his election. A most pernicious scheme wan developed today. It is no less than the unseating senator Brice and the election a Republican to the vacancy. By this method both Sherman and Foraker could be provided for. It is said that the Campbell democrats Are very angry at Brice for his Lack interest in the recent Campaign and will make no protest. The Story goes that Brice gave Little nothing to the democratic Campaign fund and the supporters the governor Are very Wroth about it. The republicans have such an overwhelming majority in the legislature that they Are capable almost anything but the conservative element deprecate the talk about such a proceeding. There is no doubt that the contest Between Foraker and Sherman will develop a great Deal bitterness in the Republican party Ohio Ana May lose them the state next year. Mckinley and Foster will favor Sherman but the younger element in Tho cities b ill by Ork hard for Foraker. Sherman is taking the situation very coolly and declares that he will be reelected without much a struggle. Foraker announces that he is in the fight to by in and All attempts to induce him to withdraw with the Promise that he will be chosen to fill the seat Brice after the term the latter expires have failed. He expressed to your correspondent today every Confidence in his ability to win. While it is not probable that the Effort to unseat Brice will succeed there is no doubt that it will be attempted. It is even said that both Foraker and Sherman would favor it if they could both secure seats in the Senate. _ John Sherman Speaks. Republicans have won great Victory free coinage will be vetoed. I Hansfield o., nov. 6.�?senator Sherman was seen at his Home today and asked his views the election. He said Quot i am induced to believe that we have won a great Victory. A in Many respects it is but one endorsement Echo the tight 1875 upon the financial question. A the tres Idem and myself then made an Issue for the honest Dollar and this election in our Commonwealth Only shows How the Senate a Republican tha Assembly democratic. New York nov. 5.�?tbe associated press returns the legislature give the following results to the Senate the republicans have elected 17 and the democrats 14, and in the 32d District . James t. Edwards an Independent Republican nominated by republicans opposed to senator Tedder and endorsed by the democrats is elected to the Assembly 65 democrats 61 republicans Aud two Independent democrats Are elected the latter being county democrats who bad been endorsed by the republicans Iii the 22d and 24 the new York City districts respectively. Hon. Fred f. Wheeler chairman the state committee prohibitionists says that it is clearly demonstrated by the vote that Tho prohibition party is coming into popular favor and appealing to the masses As a party morality and cleanliness. He save that More than two thirds the votes cast for their state ticket this fall was drawn from the Republican party and with those votes the party w Ould have won. The Tribune this morning says that the latest returns from the state give Flower a plurality Over 45,000 for governor. About to begin the fight. Speaker ship contest will be Well under Way within a few Days. Washington nov. 7.�?the contests for the speaker ship for Tho National House will begin in Earnest Here in about to Days. The candidates will open the Headquarters Bere then and an Active canvass will be made until Tim opening the Congress. A Large number members will come to Washington a pledged to support any particular candidate and their Noil Cominiti sauce leaves the fight an open one. Apparently the struggle will be Between messes. Mills and Crisp with . Mcmillan a close third. Or. Mcmillan it is claimed will draw chiefly from . Mills Aud the longer he stays in the tight the More injury will be done to tile texan. Uncertainty surrounds the strength messes. Springer Hatch and Bynum. Gen. Clark Missouri and sex representatives Kerr and Gibson Maryland Are candidates for the clerkship while sex representative Yoder Ohio is the Only candidate so far for sergeant at arms. Candidates for other offices Are mentioned but no announcements intention to rim have been made. Calvin s. Brice is not surprised. New York nov. 6.�?senator Calvin s. Brice chairman the democratic National committee reached this City from Ohio last night. When seen at the fifth Avenue. Hotel he said that he was somewhat sur prised that . Mckinley had received the majority reported in yesterdays papers. Quot notwithstanding . Campbells splendid said . Brice a i cannot say that i Ani surprised at the result. Ohio is a Republican state and the democrats have Only carried it when Tho local feeling was in their favor. The republicans had the advantage the local situation this year. The trouble in Hamilton county injured the democrats 5000 votes. Tile conditions in Hamilton county Bere by Ell known All Over the state and had a discouraging effect. Gov. Campbell did very by Eil under the As regards the Rumor that a Republican legislature in Ohio would try to take his senator ship from him . Brice laughed at this and said that the next legislature in Ohio by Ould have no More to do with the matter than would the legislature new York state. Kansas official returns from 88 out too counties show that the republicans carried the entire ticket Iii 82 counties the Alliance in one and the democrats in five. The other 18 counties Are in the extreme Western portion the state and thinly populated. Mckinley was tendered an ovation by the citizens Eastern Ohio at Canton. A monster Parade and general illumination the business portion the Toa n by Ere arranged. The governor elect reviewed tile procession and addressed it in a speech in which he pointed out that the Tariff would still be the Issue in 1892. London newspaper opinion. London nov. 5.�?the Standard commenting the results the elections in Tho United states says Quot the result will be a waiting policy the Side the republicans who May Hope by october to take advantage some democratic mistake some sudden accession popularity the part the government to reverse the decision now the times thinks Quot it is probable that a democratic Victory in Ohio would not have pleased All sections that party because it would have foreshadowed a schism at next years convention it is doubtful whether Mckinley a achievement is striking enough to vindicate his polio. Or to Advance his claims to the presidential the daily nebs says Quot it is not easy to draw a moral where most important contests yield diametrically opposite results. Mckinley a Victory is a most striking event for Europe but May easily be exaggerated misunderstood. He was probably elected not As a protectionist but As a moderate opponent free the chronicle says a it is now probable that we shall hear Mckinley As a presidential candidate it is certain that the republicans by ill stand a High Tariff platform Mckinley selection indicates the overwhelming Power the Money monopoly and vested interests in american _ gratitude gov. Boies. Des Moines. La. Nov. 5.�?gov. Boies was greeted at the depot last night by an immense Croud when be stepped off a train at la clock. He Bas driven to the Savory House where he met his friends and was kept Busy answering congratulations his election. Later he addressed the crowd from the Balcony the grand opera House saying a i thank you from the Bottom my heart for the kind and magnificent reception you have Given me a Jolley Victory in Dakota. Madison s. D., nov. 6.�?As there Are no tabulated returns previous votes in this state by precincts it is difficult to form definite estimates the total vote the state from incomplete returns but in two thirds the cities the state already reported Joller. Has a majority 2000 Over Smith Jerry Simpsons narrow escape. Topeka ran., nov. 5.�?returns from the 106 counties in this state show the defeat the Peoples party ticket in 75 counties. Jerry Simpson uras the Only Alliance congressman who succeeded in putting his county ticket through. Too lashes the Back. Whitecaps give Alex Rice one hour in which to leave town. Fort Smith. Ark., nov. 8.�?at 2 clock this morning Alex Rice was taken from his bed by whitecaps stripped to the Waist and too lashes Laid his Bare Back. He was taken Back and was then Given an hour Iii which to leave Toiven. Which he did. Last tuesday night Rice with the help the Mother succeeded in inducing a 12-year-old girl to marry him. The child was b eak and delicate. While Rice is a big Burly fellow old enough to be the child a Grandfather. Tie action Tho whitecaps is Gen a orally approved. Business matters. Trade resuming a healthy and Large volume. Shoe business is now quiet but with better prospects. Confidence is being restored after the Maverick Bank failure new York nov. 6. R. O. Dun weekly review Trade says reports from All parts the country show that business though interrupted somewhat by Tho elections has been healthy and Largo in volume. At Boston the failure Tho Maverick Bank caused some uneasiness but business continues steady and healthy. No Lack Confidence is seen and Money is easy. The shoe Trade is quiet with better prospects. The Wool business fair by Ith sales 2,400,000 pounds and some concessions Large lots. Dry goods Are More Active and crude rubber firm. At Hartford Wool is in moderate demand the dry goods Trade is not quite so Good the grocery Trade is excellent and hardware fair. At Philadelphia the grocery Trade is Large Wool is in better demand with fewer concessions than for the past four months the dry goods Trade Only fair the distribution having As yet not equalled expectations but a Good volume business Bas Boon done and clothing has keen liberally nought. The shoe Trade is satisfactory leather and paper Active tobacco in Good shape chemicals steady and firm with moderately fair Trade in paints Oil and Glass. Western reports still show the effects a phenomenal Grain movement. At Chicago receipts wheat and Rye Are three times last years Tho increase in dressed beef is too per cent in Oats hides and b ool 33 per cent. And in flour 11 per cent. B Hile a decrease one third appears in Corn a Quarter in Barley one half in cured meats some decrease in cheese butter and rattle while lard receipts Are but a Quarter last years. Sales dry goods clothing and shoes Are largely in excess last years and Money is in fair demand. At St. Louis int leased distribution is observed and exchanges in october bore the largest by $4,, Okjin any month in the history Iii Tho City. The Iron Industry in spite the lowest prices Over known for some products shows no despondency and the demand for manufactured Iron and steel does not diminish. A slight increase appears in the latest shipments boots and shoes from Boston which for to months have been 2,992,489 cases against 3.ion.400 last year. Trade in dry goods looks a Little better Spring woollens Are in rather More demand. The dress goods season is fairly satisfactory and agents have begun to show Over coatings a till fair results. The recent decision As to worsted opens the Way to largely increased imports. Trade in Cottons is not just now equal to last years but for Tho whole season thus far it has been considerably larger. Tim business failures occurring throughout Tho country during the last seven Days As reported to r. G. Dun amp co., and e. Russell amp co., the mercantile Agency by Telegraph number for the United Statos 223 and for Canada 43. Or a total 266, As compared with 255 last week and 249 the week previous to the last. For the corresponding week last year the figures were 215. Representing 182 failures in Tho United states and 33 Iii Canada. Trade picking up. Business with Cuba increasing rapidly under reciprocity. Washington nov. 6,�?th� state department Lias received a statement showing the benefits already realized from the opera Titus Tim Spanish reciprocity treaty Uitich Bent into effect Only two months ago. It shows the increase shipments made by a line steamers from new York to Havana during september Anil october last compared with those made during Hie corresponding months in 1890.# the steamship company report that since the treaty Bent into effect they have had to charter three extra steamers besides their regular sailings and every ship has one out full. The shipments machinery the Mann Deiure sugar have Iteen greater than Ever known before. The leading provision merchant in Havana estimates that by Hen the treaty provision As to reduction duty flour takes place Jan. I next Tho imports from the United Statos to Cuba will reach 1,000,000 barrels per annul More than double the present total consumption. The company anticipate that when the treaty is fully in Force they will have to increase the number their sailings largely increase the capacity their ships. Progress the 80uth. President Harrison furnished statistics relative to her industries. Washington nov. O. A Hon. Patrick Walsh Georgia president the Augusta exposition has written a letter to president Harrison in response to a request for information in regard to the Industrial Progress the South. Or. Walsh says a utne South is developing rapidly and her manufacturing possibilities cannot to exaggerated. The South a Cotton Mills used last year Over 600,000 Bales tile 2,400,-000 consumed by the United states. In 1880 the South took Only 180,000 Bales. Quot the 9,000,000 tons Iron produced last year the South contributed 2,000,000 tons More than the entire production the Union in i860. England fell behind our country last year 500,000 tons. A it is one Tho most encouraging evidences the South s Industrial Progress that she produced last. Year nearly one fourth the amount the Iron produced in great Britain. The South a future for the manufacture Cotton is the Northwest is flush. Effect big crop in lifting mortgages and bringing new machinery. To the editor the Boston Globe a Telegram from Minneapolis appeared in some the Eastern papers a few Days ago stating that the late Rains had totally destroyed from 3,000,000 to 5.000,000 bushels wheat in Minnesota and the Dakotas. This report shoots wide the Mark and is misleading. If it was True it would Cut but a Small figure since the territory referred to will Harvest upward 160,000,-000 bushels the Golden Berry in excess fully 60,000,000 bushels Over any previous years. The late rainfall did damage to some extent uns tacked wheat while in Shock. This wheat will go into lower grades and have a Market value. As Long As speculators arc allowed to manipulate the Cereal so Long will reports favourable unfavourable be sent out to effect the Market. The crops All kinds this year will net the Farmers Minnesota and the Dakotas More than �200.000,000. This Means Tim lifting mortgages acquisition More Stock and farming lands Aud tile enjoyment unaccustomed luxuries the wage earner and the manufacturer new England As Well As the West will feel its benefits. To Garner the vast crops not a few the banners find themselves handicapped for want threshing machines and men. The jobbers association Minneapolis realizing their needs Are furnishing outfits and the railroads Are speeding them to the great wheat Fields free charge so great has been Tho demand for farm machinery All kinds and the Outlook so promising for Many years great Prosperity for the Farmers the Northwest the manufacturers Minneapolis Are enlarging their plants Aud adding to their Force to meet future demands. While by heat is and Alum ays will be the leading Staple the Farmers Are beginning to realize the importance diversifying their crops and now the cultivation flax is becoming a leading Factor not Only for its seed but for the Fibre for the manufacture Linen. During the past summer a Large Linen Mill has been established in Minneapolis. From the churches. It having proved a Success others will be located tin coming year. The soil and climate this Section is found to be especially adapted for the oui Al action the sugar beet and the Day is established giving employment to Large i death mgr. Preston vicar number people ii. M. new York. Minneapolis nov. 3. Canad Lwon t. Refuses reciprocity in copyright and much talk results. Ottawa. Ont. Nov. 7.-copyright is again causing considerable discussion and trouble Between Tho Washington and Canadian authorities the latter refusing american citizens to Register for the Protection copyright in Canada. A is perfectly natural i a Ltd states authors and publishers arc very irate Over the Mallet and have their indignation roused at being refused the privilege copyright. In Canada under the arrangement already existing Between Tho i listed states and great Britain which was supposed to Sanction such registration in All British possessions. President Harrison insists that american citizens applying to the Canadian government for copyright Avo entitled to receive the same with All its privileges. Lord Salisbury s despatches to Washington plainly indicated that tic regards that All United states citizens Are entitled to Tho registration copyright in Canada even if they do not obtain copyright in England. This process a observed by Murk Twain and a it i Salisbury holds it can still to legally done and the department takes no exception to it and can take none. Sir John Thompson holds that Tho agreement bet Bosh the United states and great Britain is Only an arrangement and does not amount to an International treaty consequently he argues that Canada is not bound by it and need not respect it. The copyright Branch the department agriculture ills accepted this View Aud. Obeying the instructions the minister Justice refuses Alt United states citizens who apply for registration for copyright there Cap by Tittle doubt that sir John Thompson has i teen guided in his opinion by the provision and spirit the copyright act 188 i. This act passed the Canadian Senate and House commons. It Bas then re i red i. R t he assent Tho Imperial government which has never been Given and the act has not Only remained inoperative. But the two years in which the assent must he Given having elapsed has become dead letter. Only As lately As the recent session Bot h houses the Canadian la Nerlia Mont concurred in an address to the Imperial government by hic i Bas More a protest turn a prayer demanding Canadas right to legislation and control copyright. Canadian politicians contend that they have As much right to legislate in regard to the copyright As they have in other International Trade mutters. Such As Hills Exchange Etc. If this is not conceded by the Imperia a government they hold that the Only act regulating copyright is Tho one passed by the Mackenzie administration and approved by the Imperial authorities. This act provides thai the copyright May be obtained under the following conditions by person a unfilled in Canada any part the British Possession any citizen any country which has in International copyright treaty with the United kingdom who is Tho author any books map Chart musical composition shall have the Solo and exclusive Light and Liberty printing and reprinting Etc., for the term 28 year from the Tima recording the copyright thereof. The Law seeing so Plain that an author cannot err therein and that Canada is hound to reciprocate with Tho United states in respect to copyright. Tho minister Justice has no doubt carefully considered the question but it is thought his present position has been taken bit i a View forcing a full and free discussion copyright in All its phases. An English fair trader Canada. London nov. 6. Howard Vincent conservative member parliament for Sheffield who is making a trip around Tho b orld in the interest the British federation and fair Trade has arrived in Japan having passed through the United Statos and Canada. A Long paper has been received by the Sheffield chamber Commerce from him recording his observations american and British Commerce. Or. Vincent reports that the imports value by Canada for Tho last fiscal year Wras about ill 2,000, iou. Of this great Britain and the United states furnished �98,,, great Britain contributed �45,000,000, leading with 26 articles among them Iron steel Wool Cotton silk and Beer. Any these however were for the continent generally passing through English houses. The United states led with 22 articles including brass Copper Stone Wool rubber watches Edge tools and clocks. England supplies �4000 Worth agricultural implements. While the United states sends �117.000 Worth. England furnishes a Hundred times More Wool Cotton and Iron than Tho United Statos . Vincent thinks the Mckinley Tariff will further Hurt the Trade Between Canada and the Mother country he commends the activity tile United states and deplores the inaction England in pushing their commercial interest. There is Little poverty lie says in Canada. Wages Are higher and living is cheaper than in England and the Standard Industrial life is higher. Notes at Home and abroad. A run Tho Island City savings Bank Galveston tex., was caused by the failure Albert Weis the merchant who is Urgesi deut the Bauk. About �60.000 was withdrawn and $30,000 deposited. The directors issued a personal guarantee to depositors and the run ceased. The comptroller the currency has declared a final dividend 5.65 per cent. In favor the creditors the California National Bank san Francisco. This make in All too per cent and interest in full to jct. 7. 1891. On claims proved amounting to $456,657. Representatives All the Indiana Block Coal operators having had notice an dance Coal freight rates from Brazil ind., to Chicago to cents per ton to take effect nov. 15, decided today that they by Ould not resume work at their mines ship any Coal until the freight rate which Lias heretofore existed shall he restored nor until the miners comply with the contract entered into May 14 last. The comptroller the currency has received a Telegram announcing that the c Orry National Bank at Corry benn., had suspended and that the Bank examiner is incl Large. An official decree has been issued by the German authorities permitting the importation american and British cattle for Breeding purposes. A certificate origin and a favourable report from the Public veterinarian both to be paid for by the importer. Will be required. Fines and other penalties Are provided for an infraction the regulations. The customs committee the French chamber deputies has agreed upon the duty already determined upon by Tho Senate. Of 25 francs per 200 pounds american Salt meats imported into France. The report Hie committee agreeing to Tho rate duty fixed by the Senate will be presented to the chamber deputies saturday next. According to reliable intelligence from St. Petersburg. A Mukase prohibiting the Export wheat is expected to be issued about the Middle the month. So desperate is the need the russian people that they Are even utilizing for their daily by auts what has been received from the government for the purpose sowing and planting. Tho government has already expended 6,000,- roubles for the Relief the distressed districts. The imposition the duty 25 francs per 200 pounds american Salt meats is regarded As a Victory for the protectionist element Over the advocates 20 francs. The government also strove for the 20 francs duty but by As overwhelmed by Tho protests from pig breeders in All parts France. Acting Secretary Spaulding has instructed collectors customs to admit free duty until july 1,1892, All machinery intended for use in producing sugar from beets and to accept the affidavit the owner As Prima Facie evidence the intended use the machinery. Cold breather prevails throughout Germany and tie ground is covered with Snow. Or at excitement prevailed in the Corn Market at Amsterdam saturday. Sales wheat Bree made at 286 guilders an Advance to guilders and Rye at 267 guilders an Advance six. The St. Petersburg correspondent Tho London times telegraphs to his paper that he learns from Tho Best sources that a heavy Export tax will be imposed wheat probably a fortnight three weeks hence. All the ministers except m. Vishne Gradsky minister finance favored a total prohibition the exportation. Therefore a modification is still possible. The Long warning Given to exporters will result in an Active Trade in the meantime. The proprietors the textile manufactories Saxony have decided to make a Complete display their products at the Chicago fair their action is regarded As important As it will in All likelihood induce the manufacturers textiles throughout Germany who have hitherto kept aloof to join in the exhibition. Religious work in the various denominations at Home Ami abroad. Rev. Or. H. Fox dead episcopal endowment for new Hampshire. Mgr. Preston vicar general the roman Catholic diocese new York died in that City tuesday last lie bus Horn at Hartford Conn july 23, 1824. His parents Bree Zephaniah and Ann Preston both old new England families and episcopalians. He get and a ated from Washington now Trinity College at the age 19 years with the highest honors his class. After three years spent in the protestant episcopal theological Seminary in nub York City he graduated in 1846,and was ordained Deacon after some opposition. Among the Young members the clergy at that time there was a Strong ritualistic tendency and this Young Clergyman Bas one those who adopted High Church views. To became one the deacons Trinity Church and later assistant to . Seabury the Church the annunciation in 14th St., then new. Soon thereafter he a a As sent to Tako charge the Church the holy innocents at West Point Bishop Del Ancey about this time ordained him As priest he remained at West Point a year and then for two years was assistant Rector St. Luke s. Then the Young preacher took Tho most Radical step his life. His close theological studies had led him to the conclusion that in order to Savo his soul he must join the roman i Atho Lic Church. To Brent to Bishop Hughes and requested admission to the roman Catholic Church. He and Rev. Or. For Bush who had also become a Catho be Bree received into the Church by father Barley in november. 1849. Wishing to become a priest the Church . Preston Bas sent by Bishop Hughes to St. Josephus Seminary at Ford Tam under the care the Jesuit fathers. At the end a year lie was. In 1850, made a priest at the same time that his old Friend . Forbes b As. Mor. Preston buried. Archbishop Ryan Philadelphia delivered the funeral oration. New York nov. 7. St. Ann s Church in East 12th St. Was hardly Large enough to accommodate the hundreds us to attended the obsequies Tho late Hight Rev. Mgr. Thomas Preston this morning. As Early As 9o clock the sidewalk in front the Church b As thronged by Ith parishioners Ami when the doors opened at 9.30 clock the Church tilled up rapidly. Had it not been that admission was Only to lie had by ticket there would doubtless have been a still greater attendance. Tile body Tim dead prelate which had lain in Church All night rested a draped cat Falque in the Centre aisle before the Chancel rail and there were candelabra at the head and foot Tho Bier. The body was attired in the vestments a priest Over the purple Robes a monsignor and was enclosed in a cloth covered coffin. Black gloves covered the hands one which clasped a Golden Crucifix. The Church was draped appropriately in Mack. Members St. Vincent de Paul a society acted As Ushers. Shortly after i clock the priests and acolytes emerged from the Sacristy to the mourn tul strains the great Organ Ami archbishop Corrigan Bogan the Celebration the pontifical mass requiem assisted by mgr. John m. Farley St. Gabriel a Church. Frs. Edwards and Mooney were deacons Honor for. Lynch Deacon the mass for. Taylor sub Deacon and mgr. Mcdonnell Ami frs Kelley and newer masters ceremonies. Archbishop Ryan Philadelphia delivered the funeral oration. Dual convention. Meeting the world and National women a Christian Temperance unions. Tho White ribbon Baves triumphant in Boston this Beek for tuesday morning commences the great dual convention tie world s and National women a Christian Temperance unions. It will be an event much significance for it will be attended by delegates from All Over the a orld representing almost 300.000 Temperance advocates tile same number children Tulio Are members the Loyal Temperance legions and 30,000 Young women devoting their energies to the Temperance cause. There will be a Large delegation present from Canada left by mrs. Judge Steadman Dominion president. Among these will he mrs. Edith Archibald whom the White rib boners across the Border have put Forward As their representative Tho Royal commission inquiry into Tho results the liquor traffic. Mrs. Archibald is Tho daughter sir Edward Archibald who b As for 28 years British Consul to Tho United status with Orcsi Deuce in new York City and was knighted for his services during the cd Vil War. Sir Leonard Tilley for 40 years the leading Temperance Man Canada will come As a fraternal Delegate and Gen. Neal Dow Maine will be an honoured guest among the other delegates who Are expected Are miss Florence bal Garnie Ixia ii. In Liosi platform efforts have been so highly spoken since the woman a Council last february mrs. Col. Parker wife the famous educator and herself chairman the dress Reform committee the woman a National Council . Kate Mitchell a leading physician London mrs. Maud Ballington Booth Tho salvation army. Mrs. Bent Portland me., Idle has been present at almost every convention since 1880. Will also be present. Prominent also among tiffs number will be miss Frances e. Willard president the National women a Christian Temperance Union to whose tireless efforts and executive ability is duo much the Success which that body has achieved in its Noble Enterprise. Tins grand aggregation Temperance workers will be extended a cordial Welcome and Hie hospitality state and City by gov. Russell and mayor Matthews. They will he received by mrs. Mary a. Livermore mrs. Fessenden president the Massachusetts w. C. T. 0. Mrs. Rev. Or. A. J. Gordon president the Boston Union and leading Boston clergymen. The programme which Lias been arranged is one unusual interest. Hie first two three Days the convention Bill be devoted to meetings the various committees Whigob there Are Many. Friday morning. Nov. 13, miss Willard president the National body Temperance workers will deliver an address to both unions. These Tbs great organizations Are practically one and the same but e tech has a separate president Secretary Aud executive committee. There will be a mass meeting the Loyal Temperance legions Boston and Vicinity saturday nov. 14, at 2.30, at the Park Street Church with singing by the children and addresses by National and state Juve i Nile workers. On saturday evening when the i Amaua lady Henry Somerset will give an address and sunday afternoon she will preach the annual Sermon Iii Tremont Temple. On sunday evening in Tremont i a topic mrs. Mary Clement Leavitt honorary Secretary the world s w. C. T. A. Will speak Quot god Iii sunday afternoon nov. 15, there will be children a meetings at various localities in Boston to be addressed by National and state workers. A Demorest Gold medal contest Bill be held in the people s Church wednesday evening nov. 18, at 7jjg. Till worlds w. A. T. U. Convention will be held it is expected in Fanevil Hall nov. La. From morning till night. This will be a Small meeting made up the general officers All the countries represented the special delegates sent from those countries and superintendents tile worlds w. T. V. From 15 to 20, will is supposed cover the number present this meeting which is for the purpose adopting a Constitution and bylaws electing officers adopting resolutions and so far As possible listening to report. On monday evening. Nov. To. The annual banquet b ill he held and the toasts the evening will tiring out the bit and Wisdom Tim Best and brightest men and women the Temperance Reform movement in this country. The music for the convention will be in charge mrs. Alice born Harris the Soprano soloist Tremont Temple. The local Union Bill also entertain tie visiting delegates during convention week and the Young ladies Wellesley College will tender them a reception other details the programme by ill lie arranged later. Or. Briggs Case shelved for a time Rev. Or. Briggs Case before the new York Presby Tery ended favourably to the accused. A Resolution being adopted As follows resolved hat the presbytery new York. After baying listened to Hie paper Rey. Or. Charles a. Briggs Iii Tho Rase Tho presbyterian Church in the United states America against him a to the sufficiency the can rues and specification to form and Legal effect and without approving the position stated in bus inaugural address at the same time desiring earnestly the peace Ai d quiet the Church amt in View the Declar tons made by . Lino lunching his loyalty to the holy scriptures Aud the Westminster standards and i disclaimers interpretation put some his words deems it Best to dismiss Tho Case and hereby does be dismiss it thin Resolution passed a vote 94 to 39. Of those b Ilo voted ave 71 Bree ministers Aud 23 elders. Of the noes there were 26 ministers and 13 ciders. Rev. Or. George w. F. Birch chairman the prosecuting committee gave notice an anneal to the Synod. The Synod May decide to Send the Case Hack to the presbytery for trial. Or. Yan Dyke offered the Resolution Aud made an Earnest plea in support his proposition to dismiss. His motion lie said by As not made . Briggs. By to had said Here anted a trial but in the interest the peace purity and Unity the Church Rev. Or. Henry Fox dead. Rev. Or. Henry a Fox a a Ell known methodist Clergyman and a writer died at Fairhaven mass., thursday evening. Or. P was for several years a member the new England conference during which time he occupied Tho pulpits some the More important churches in Tho neighbourhood Boston. Ile was Horn in Kingston upon mull. Eng., May 13, 1821, and Early became a convert to the doctrines John Wesley and joined a that b As then Tho struggling soot methodists. When about 18 years age he came to America and entered the Active ministry in which he soon gained Eminence. For three years Fie was proprietor and president the Ashland collegiate Institute. Ashland n. Y. He was prominently identified with the abolitionist movement in which he was a coworker wit i Bishop Haven Wendell Phillips Aud Theodore Weld. Will appear before the court in Robes. Paris nov. 7. The Long expected trial the archbishop Aix mgr. South Sou lard which will prove the sensation the year in religious circles will begin before the court appeals in this City n 21. The archbishop will appear in full pontifical attire. The charge is it his having questioned Tho authority the minister Public worship. The government evidently regrets having begun the prosecution. The move is very unpopular not Only with the clerical party but with frenchmen generally Ivelio have thought it to Tho interest France to Foster Tho papal friendliness account tie Popes antagonism to Italy. The trial it is thought will be formal and should tire archbishop be found guilty it is not thought possible that to w ill be sent to prison. The archbishop would have precedent for appearance in his sacred vestments in the Case the Bishop Poitiers whose arrest b As ordered by Napoleon Tho third because he had spoken Tho emperor As Pilate. The official who went to make the arrest found Tho Bishop Poitiers in All the solemnity his sacred garb and said that he proposed to go to Paris in that form. No arrest a As made and the matter terminated in an official censure. Minister Fai Lieres already fools in much the same predicament As did the emperor. Boce Leos Rel Fylous will. Rome nov. 4.�?the fact that the Pope has made is religious will and that his temporal testament is secretly being prepared by four cardinals Bas called Public attention to the health the aged pontiff. Although his holiness is not so ill As to be confined to Iii bed to is steadily losing strength and tile impression prevails that lie cannot survive Long. His old enemy intestinal Catarrh has attacked him with renewed vigor and the physicians seem unable to combat it successfully. So far As the Popes worldly possessions Are concerned the fact that Tho Hulk the wealth Tho holy see is invested in great Britain in Bauk England Stock and in Freehold and leasehold investments a device resorted to by his holiness in Case lie should to compelled to leave Rome will place the minds the roman Catholic b orid at ease this matter. At Home and abroad. Hunan literati have issued a manifesto ordering Hie search and expulsion All native christians the confiscation their property Aud the destruction the churches. Christian native officials Are menaced with Disfavour at the annual convention tile Massachusetts Christian Endeavor societies will be held in the City Hall Springfield tuesday and wednesday nov. 17 and 18. Among the speakers Are Rev. F. E. Clark i. Or. J. W. Baer Rev. A. Z. Conrad. 1>. In Rev a. J. Puddefoot Rev. David j. Burrill i. I mrs. Alice May Scudder Rev. Vav. W. Sleeper prof. L. T. Townsend Rev. C. P. Mills Rev. Robert Mcdonald and others. Miss Cassie Fitzsimmons Hamilton ont., a missionary in China has written denying the reports lately published about the chinese uprising against the missionaries. She says they have suffered no serious indignities and that their work has Peen interfered b Iti very Little. She also states that the chinese were provoked by unwarranted insults from europeans and that they merely resented these insults As americans Bourn do under the same circumstances. A canvass the episcopal churches and missions new Hampshire to secure funds for the erection a Bishops House at Concord has resulted in the raising Over $30,000. An Effort will be made to raise an endow ment fund with an income sufficient to meet All the reasonable expenses main tasting the House. A Golden Jubilee. The Golden Jubilee it. Rev. Mgr. Nicholas Cantwell vicar general the roman Catholic archdiocese Philadelphia was celebrated tuesday in St. Philip de Neffs Church which the venerable priest has been Rector for nearly 50 years. Death Bishop Boogie. San Francisco nov. 5.�?shanghai advices state that Ucb a has been received there announcing the death at Hankow Bishop Boone tile american protestant episcopal Church while ids annual visitation to tile ports. Tile first meeting the International evangelical churches Maine b As held in Waterville. Me., wednesday afternoon and evening. A Large number delegates were present. _ will Trade with Uncle Sam. Proposed direct steam communication with the United states. Washington. Nov. 8.�?the Bureau american republics is informed that tile legislature tile state Spirato Santo Brazil has voted $90,000 a year for the establishment direct steam communication with the United states. Ohio consoles see republicans at Washington Are hopeful president Harrison talks a Little. Or. Plaine lot at ail Renalt in Massachusetts causes much comment Washington not. 4.�?there is not much Joy in administration circles Over the result the elections. The re election gov. Russell is especially annoying to the president As he sees in democratic Success a possible disarrangement the plan whereby grandma Hoar Ami Uncle Alanson Bree to hand Over the Massachusetts delegation in the next Republican convention to Harrison. It has occurred to him that yesterday voting May silo by that grandma Hoar and Uncle Alanson Are not As much in it As they fondly imagined they were and that with other men at the head the machine Massachusetts votes May be cast for one Harrison s rivals. Secretary agriculture Rusk who is rather Apt to express his mind freely a is a mad Clear he said today that he was in favor re storing the duty hides. The duty was taken off. He said to please new England but if this is the Way she shows her gratitude she should be Given something to kick about. It i due to Secretary Rusk to add that Waffle lie Knob s a Good Deal about Wisconsin affairs and something agriculture his knowledge Massachusetts and her industries is extremely limited. Had he known More he never by Ould have made such a suggestion. Mckinley s election brings him prominently Forward As a presidential candidate. His friends and admirers Are the opinion that he will be a very formidable candidate before the next Republican National convention. They foresee that his Tariff policy will ire the Issue and express the opinion that the rational thing would be for Nim to be Tho candidate . Mills is surprised and disappointed at Campbells defeat As he fully expected he would lie victorious. He is however delighted at gov. Russells Succes and believes that the democracy has a promising Field in which to work in new England. That is the opinion shared by Many other politician. Or. Wihbey Virginia a Republican expects to see tie democratic nomination go West and that oar. Russell will be the vice presidential candidate. Gov. Russells election has convinced Many people that in �?T92 the Democrat will pay More attention to Massachusetts Connecticut and Rhode Island than they will to Ohio and Michigan the Star tonight in editorially commenting the elections nays a the Democrat in holding the governorship Massachusetts achieve one Tho Points that b coveted by them. The result was largely due to the personal popularity and ability their the consensus opinion among leading democrats appears to lie that the sweeping Victory the democracy in the Empire state Points to the Choice a new \ orb Man As the party s Standard bearer in 1892. Tile president in conversation with a per Sonal Friend is reported As saying a i see nothing in yesterdays election returns calculated to discourage republicans so far is next years general engagement in concerned. The issues decided were in the main local. The democratic triumphs in new York Massachusetts and Iowa wet i All obtained with but Tho slightest reference to Tho leading issues that Divide the to parties. In now York no National Issue was touched upon at All from first to Las. The whole fight turned the glaring unfitness tammany Hall to be entrusted brith Liny sort Power. Quot in Ohio alone Quot concluded . Harrison a the issues were rational and there we gained a decided and most Gratifying Victory. Protection reciprocity honest Mon a All Republican issues Aud All opposed by the democracy entered into the contest and they have All been endorsed by Tho people. A what is the most significant too. Mckinley Boh in those very sections where the democrats asserted that the Tariff Bill would be repudiated. It has been demonstrated therefore that the Farmers. Where the question is properly presented to them Are not opposed to Protection but the contrary Are in favor it Ami Bill support it. The thing for republicans to consider at this time is that next year when All local questions must be Aud will be put aside and Only these great National questions presented the people at Large Are Likely to endorse the verdict rendered by the people Secretary Blaine denied himself to All correspondents who called upon him at Tho state department to a Globe correspondent who met him in the big corridor tie said Quot there is nothing i can say As to the significance the elections. There seems to be reasons for congratulation upon both hide. I have not Given the result any thought and cannot discus Secretary Foster Bas jubilant Over the election in Chia to had just returned to Washington when the globs Man called upon him in tha Treasury. Quot Why. The election out there yesterday a he exclaimed in the same breath wit i his greeting Quot Bas one the biggest things in the annals politics. We swept the state As with a new Broom. What is the secret our Success simply this we worked out there like Secretary Foster was asked what bearing he thought yesterdays election would have upon the presidential election next year. He answered a Only this the Republican part is absolutely sure to carry the in try in 1892.�?� Quot it was a Superb Battle All along the said Secretary Wanamaker Quot and each Side by As fairly its Mettle. A close contest rouses the interest the people and this is to be always and every a Here desired. The apathy american voters is dangerous to Good government. I am not surprised at the Pennsylvania results. Gen Gregg the new auditor general is an old Soldier and a Man stainless life. G. Mccleary the new City treasurer i have known personally for 25 years. No City in the United states can furnish a better representative business ability uprightness philanthropy and the qualities that fit a Man wisely and impartially to administer Public a was to the elections in the other he went . Quot others can speak better than myself. I will Only add that Mckinley selection b ill be read about abroad As an endorsement by the people the Mckinley Bill and thus it will help to dispel the dream foreign manufacturers that we Are going Back the present Quot and the republicans scored a Success in Ohio where it was unlocked for How do you explain the falling off in new York state a Quot new York said . Wanamaker a is a subject i do not wish to speak about. I really do not know enough about Empire state Jhaj Lipics to warrant a conjecture Quot and As to the effects this election will have upon that �?T92?�?� a Well in answer to that i will say that things look very Bright for my old party at Secretary Tracy said that if new York had done As Well As Ohio did lie would have been much better satisfied. Clever forger caught. Blank checks Many Banks found upon his person. Wheeling w. A. Nov 8.�?further Evi Dence has developed in the Case i. J. Porter who b As arrested Here Friday night at the episcopal residence it. Rev. Bishop Keane by Hile trying to pass a forged Check the Bishop which goes to show that Porter Mcgrain. As he Calls himself. Is one the most dangerous and notorious forgers in the country Aud that he is wanted in at least a score cities and towns. When arrested a Large number forged certified Ehe oks a dozen different Banks were found his person. These ranged in amounts from �200 to $1000. Among the things found the prisoner by chief police Del Bruges was a Bunch 12 15 old fashioned Quill pens and a Small bottle Carmine Ink. He had �40 $60 in Cash i and a Check for �200 and one for $50 and another for $60. Besides he had Blank checks about 20 Banks in All parts the country duly certified across the face tired Ink. Mcgrain is a rather distinguished looking Man. His Beard and Mustache White and has the general ii pm be a Well to do gentleman

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