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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - November 14, 1890, Burlington, Iowa E$TAB^nL" Ice Man, Makes a i ,]jvan, Ah© 0bU ‘‘ Clean Breast of It. i Dup® ,j |:,to Driving Cronin to the 'n " cottage - Cooney. “The l*r •• Did tlie Murderous Deed fox. _Sile,ire'* !»y Fe}ir- CBK ISS lion was IU,. Nov. 13.—A groat ^on-created in this city , iI1(r oy the publication of a felled article in the Daily Eve-*%f,rs which stated that an author-®!CC,*,V in the Cronin prosecution 6 that a full confession from I*. O’Sullivan, regard to his share in the doctor. O'Sullivan irticle, that he doctor to Die Car! with the un sect his- Cl&rk and Quint, in isr,~n« pastors,    OS editorial work arni auihorshiti Ho h enriched the bibliography or hi, with twelve or more treatise ,* torical and religions nature gregat Iona! ism of tl»e Last Ti ti 5" red Years" alone cor ains , mkh! "'"t of 7,500 titles. Dr Dev L b,b»«f?raphy ber ofyeaMnthtl p^t^V11!1--tory of Old Plymouth colony ♦»'*’ r'*l volume of which was published arr/} :\IOKXIXr No re I. (PRICE: 15 CENTS PER WEEK C II r uh1 The Illinois Cand Coming- Contest Til J II ell) •bed his ii cd e*. ated I life, its foot, earnest Bf- (cetcar- • •• -tate' the ‘♦he ill-fated but he did it eir- has the the ad- en- cottage urstandin „ that th*1 doctor was not to ed but iorccd to give up lmpor-,x^ implicating certain persons i the a leeed misappropriation of Irish rgcl’ivanclaims he was thus duped r.:,:: a part in the affair. Ores Dr. Cronin was lured t o the cot-tf-was^et upon by Cooney, known ^sTreFox." who kneekea him down. - an says he took no part in the nation beyond that of a deceived Fear has kept him silent about •:in the affair until now. documents which O'Sullivan sup-upre to be secured from th*1 doctor apers ana letters of importance ac the charges against the Clan-ociety. Gooney. "T • >' Cox'’ and O'Sul-re in the Carbon cottage as the we up, but O'Sullivan, not lik-ion* of Burk' and Gooney, do. undecided what to do. sal iv made up his ai mi and pda. Cronin was lying on the floor, nth dead. Coughlin came in and kicking the body, only desisting s .’ c ar. threatened to shoot him. t’Bin then claims to have lcrt the e It is not -tatcd that the con-ritten one, but that in verts been for several days in it of the Cronin prosecution. Dexter preparation of a tns-, the d in IHT Daniel 8. Appleton.!^*,.,,.* NKW YOUK, Nov. 13.—Daniel « pie to ii, of the publishing tirJ hJf Appleton A Co., died this morning was stricken with apoplexy Sunday. TER SERPENT DISASTER. Dead. Ap ii). He tile I.ohs is Au Olticial Sliiteinpnt Show* > 7ii Lives. London, Nov. in —Addita..' e *vuuitionai details ; of tho British torpedo .tate Whoa tho vc,el ' frmn Corr,‘““»- de stove in ‘pped off into deep water and dered. A majority or the officers and crew were below when the and she sank so HUCandidacy Favored by tllft Member, , Hatch Stand* Second—General ington News. s»utIii rn mom tvash - Burke and Welseh the former said he was going to take the Indians to Washington this afternoon, arui he was wining for Wel.-.ch to mako his investigation there. WILL CURE CONSUMPTIVES. columbus, Ohio.. The Seventy-Seventh Birth Anniversary of Allen ti. Thurman Royally Ke-meinbered—Speeches l»y Thurman. Cleveland and Other,. rn th regarding the lo cruiser Serpent, received struck her keel was torn off and a great ffi her bottom. She slipped off the rocks .    .    immediately    foun- A majority of the vessel struck ,    , , Quickly afterward    that none had time to reach tin1 deck    Tho disaster was so sudden and t omplete that ■ t was impossible for those on deck boats into the water. Three managed to reach shore but were badly cut and injured by being thrown on the rocks. The admiralty wil" the circumstances at.tendin tho Serpent. An official statement shows the loss of life to he 173 persons. A reward Is of-ti red lo the Spanish government for the recovery of bodies. to get sailors in vest!; the Ins ate of ,1 0 ' th? ne treatment. Times. -The Times connection i'ub- t his with EORRIBLI Serious Charge, \ gainst Bartcilot lished bv the Loniion London, Nov. 13.-(Friday) morning, in the Stanley-Bartellot matter, publishes a full text of Assad Fartan’s affidavit (iiscribes how Bartellot, after left Yambuya. linding foot employed armed Soudanese neighboring milages, but deserted. He then had recourse to capturing native women and demanding food for thesr ransom. He Sianley scarce, to attack-found them same. daily Assad ordered -ob Ion - a w mr.ey did the ates how Bartteilot men to be given from one-hundred lashes for Ile speaks of numer-•tealiug of food and the a niched with one hun-iashel until their flesh ase Bartteilot stopped, but twas a foul crime. • t *-»I of Crim- Phj-ioinn Sus;>e< ilia! Practice. BCA'.,o. Nov. 13.—Annie Timmens, nestic. died last night. A warrant nerved oat to-day for Dr. Charles i charring him with performing a bai operation on the girl. She bela respectable family in Pekin. It dry into tho identity of the :woman who died as a result of the ’riminal operation proves her - Annie Tremble and not Tim-She wa? a pastry cook in Pekin W bari house. Norris Wood-|t    ■    t, was found at hi, nizht and -aid regarding the I knew Annie Tremble when ted for me as pastry cook. She sterNc-iiie who a.*o worked for irk: Pekin some time ago and ffca::eof the Grand Central hotel street but -old out a short time save heard of neither of the I.:.- for a long time ’’ Dr. Ely porously any knowledge of the aa. operation. twenty-hvo to various offense ons cases of thieves being pu drod or more I was torn. In one ordered punishment when the victim recovered somewhat he was given one hundred and fifty more lashes and then compered    to    walk    ten hours in the sun daily    chained heavily. This wa, continued for two months when the victim s sores became maggoty. Bartteilot then relieved him for a week and Doctor Bonny gave him medicine. After this punishment of marching in the sun was resumed. The man finally decamped but was recaptured and shot. Washington, Nov t - mi willing to give , C ] Le this is proved bv tv •'poanership. and •'"dge Sri,” o^GeorX* °P5elr "r"" Ideal sp,-aker. but he w nt , makR J" iii zed ly old Uncle Blout!t    V* ,a state vim tm, i i °unt, oi his own. snail aad prosy    V ,s> d* slow as ;l too we! „p parliiun, ii Nobody here with a peunvwmcni prescience believes that. Roger c i f = can get it. According to " at leasG*/ r ou.ffi*lt 10 D,‘ a man woo can elb e c^ T u mS<‘!f- 0f a!1 th* I together lf i^fr()US’, h0t tonL'uod and a1' Logetnei ill-balanced tempi rs in the new congres^H. MiHs probably (“was the * »rst Given Reed us it, control of tho minority, with that quiet, exi° erin g contemptuous and sneering tongue of Jl.s, and he would have poor Mill., stand- nq on his bead in five minutes—a spec- tacle for tho country. It would never do at an. lost southern representatives alize tbs, and so do all th old em members, it K a s„v regret that Mills has candidacy, for it is ' have bee a conte for Berlin Doctor, Slaking Ueady of I'atienl,, Bt rn in. Nov. 13.—It is salt any preliminary inoculation already been divided as follow*: Ivoch takes charge of twelve army :<u,ii to say that work has ‘ ’rof. hos- umber. and not ary methods, pennyweight of is modern beliefs man who north-aject of declared his thought he might t with his certain I y of going into the senate from his own ' when poor old Reagan i> I'rom the extreme south there nobody- cists for is thought o' it to tor a citator luring tho lo •ms go ma; fun IDV at hip th" vi th the o w I -tors be tain grass, real I y speakership that except Crisp, of Georgia. Ile was a powerful fa: days ago, hut now it is said hi a1! anxious. He sees the : coming tohim quickly, and remainder of hi* career in house wants to be on even ti Boss Reed, lf Mills should speakership. Crisp would be the a.-kri edged leader of the house on ail of politics, and there would be tween these two. I hi s< uthem e ements vin, ii the organization of the new house i put off long enough, work largely in Liver of a northwestern man for speaker. The entire southern contingent seems willing to concede to tile north the glory of (his last victory. There is nobody that they want to clothe with present, or prospective honors outside their own giving, of Crisp, of Georgia, and Mill* they can cay: We can send them both to the senate. Go on now and pick out your young people from tlie north who can help to clinch this thing. Don’t let this boa rn wave which, when it recedes, leaves nothing but wrecks and debn* on the i pital shed* erected in the garden of the ! < hante Hospital, according to the sy-tem ; of the Danish inventor, Doecker, which j •an be put up within a few hour*: Prof, j Bergman a takes the surgical eases among D;;* consumptives in the Zn/.eistrassc f line . Dr. I ornet, the renowned Ling physician, has removed to this city. where he will receive coniumptivt s ’n the newly founded Alhrechtstrasse Clinic. Dr. Levy will attend the pauper patients in the clinic at No. iii l’ren/.la-uerstrasse as far a* the limited accomodations of that place permit. Dr. Dfuhl will anend tim military consumptive.* I interviewed Dr. Nasse, the assi - ant and right-hand man of Prof. Bergman)!, as to the new cure. Ile advii ’* foreigners to come here early in order that the' may find the quickest possible attendant the moment genera! inoculation begins, r ■■ perhaps even earlier than that. Prof. Bergmanri is idle just at present be: there i* no lymph prepared. Dr. says he may gel a new stock within t to *ix week -. After thai they w ill a i in a positioi to attend all surgical e smnptives in the order in which the; booked. Foreigners arriving previou thi - time must expect to exercise pat ie eopardize their health by flee 1 they cannot lf attended to They are reasonably sun to I within a few week*. to number of patients 1 rovvdiug ic to be tremendous, early not i fica -coming i* advisable. Dr. Berg-ommences his lectures on Koch's I within six weeks. Dr. Levy -aid Cd.i Mists, Nov. 13.—The capital of Ohio in the event of this day has become a veritable mecca of durn**- racy. Tm t his city have rome democrats of the country at large to pay horn Age to the “Old Roman,” Allen G. Thor .an. on the orca ! sion of hi* seventy-seventh birthday. All I day Mr. Thurman bas Dee ti the recipient j of attentions which few American staie*-| men have enjoyed after their ai knowl-, • deed retirement from the arena of politics. and to every caller, high or low, he has extended with kindly smiles a genial, candid and good-fellowship. The magnificence of the celebration t -day and tin banquet to night is the token of esteem in which Judge Thurman i* held by the democrats of Ohio i ud the country at large. Throughout inc- entire day < coming train brought democrats slienee from all sections of the States until to-night tile seem likened to no gathering 'non national convention. One of th MU. i I.KVHI.AND'* SPF KOH. Mi:. Puksidknt and Gknti.kmkn:—I follow the promptings of a heart full of devotion and veneration, a* I tender from the democracy of tile great -tate of New York, her tribute of affection for the man whom we honor to-night. I am commissioned to claim for my state her full share of the glory which has been shed upon the American name and character, by one whose career and example cannot be pre-empted and whose renown cannot be limited in ownership to the neighbors ami friends of any locality. We contect every exclusive pretension to bis fame and greatness, because be is a neighbor to all the people of the land: because he i* the friend of all who love A CHANCE FOR THE BETTER. Marked Improvement in the Stock Market. While Still X ery Active Lew* (Excitement Wan Shown -Tlie Lint* Climcl Somewhat Lower — London Market!*— Fimiiirlnl Matter*. Bank showing the liabilities, - J. tir, v ^22,^52. Preston >ald h' i*ted no very larg* dividual director* stated positively ti bank were all gi tlcular. In hi- (> that the bank I enough surplus on the institution at. if they could * able time. but the depositor- that the t-edged inion th* ad not hand. I Apport!, n until bt Id be pro loll- the '•Ar ite a wa* :ded lid a resi, rea- Ni.u Yohk, Nov. 13.—The stock market to-day, while still very active, showed less excitement In the early trading and afterward subsided into an ordinary np- RAILR0A3 MATTERS. pearanee with only the and not bern u*( once. a cure I As ti I i' sure I til)!) of j man ti ( | met!in* i to me ! U'O loch two Ii be conure at : nd By official select among patients only case* ri mmed interesting upon. This will all be the stock of lymph i* !arg» mil inoculation a* large.' the physicians to the trad works largely among lite ,< we Lung tuberculosis Istle1 rn* to cure; the lymph must bo six or eight weeks iii succPssiu tor Dossier invited Prof. Koch ing to demonstrate to him th* luring process of the lymph, consider* as too costly to octilatingof poor patient* nnmand I now y tho*e surgical ; to experiment changed when owgh to ad >r. Levy is miens, and cst difficult arrive tins morning cleveland. He wa* a ihusia-tic web cane by i red at the depot, hi- I the streets to the exec J lug followed by a j Throughout the day | shared with Judge Th (.ion* if t he den, K-rati* I to pay their respects, j first went from the den i rive mansion and durn ! held a public recept: I horse. a president! I t vv nty-one guns bf , *ide. From early mon I of the state house w* | pent I Lx-Private -s I < love rn n Ca,rn pbeb I d mocrats were fir d: be course of whi ! : ic* i>eopie knew no was ex-1 »ry m-' prorn-l ai ted can be than a first to oslaent corded a most en-itizens who gath-progress * brough I live mansion beshouting crowd. the ex-president man th" felieita-leaders v. ho called ’rill- ex-president jot to tic execute noon ■ state th* ir country; dldly illustrates the element* of onr nut; be* ausc his example countrymen. It is fitting that ti in our destiny a* ; that there at" noble distinctively to our ■ ami who prize at American citizensh: to-night. 11 is give ausu hi* career splenic best and strongest character; and mg* to a1! his lose who have faith i nation, who believe thing* which belong character as a people its true worth pure p. should gather here ri-ti* to contemplate the yie the high*'- statesman*)! ding and disinter*^ Interests of the peo lh*1 id rh oia! fluctuations. The general feeling in the street ha* undergone a marked change for the better, and the opinion of most of the habitues of the street is that the object of the influential combination of i apitai-i*ts, which has forced the recent decline, has been accomplished, arid with affecting reform* iii railroad business now pro-Irosed, there will come a general improvement in values, ’fine late reaction from low prices two day* ago i* r* principally the effect of eoveri together with sum** buying by had thrown their holding* rho scare There were n failures t he even demonst a* yet g( very mn >ut Th* Ooiild.CnloD Faroff credited. Bo'ImN, Nov. 13. l r. he knows nothing ab >atisfaetion among stockholders, has in months, and doe* no what was attributed flu iiici r4 DU. -elbe Ii o hi ani ir se th* HI mug re t’e the ii nil -cli pt me w: I .'.rd f; :h Mr. .nclusin drove to I out-jrridors d with fimont, jininent reception, usiasin of ie remark <• shaking ••You will {Ilion Mr. 'man’s rc- r* lo is as SUSI lib! ie w preter a long as an ti fame. In th of thes the Ic tf this cit hension in wh’cl And I up theg *p, anc f duty Iu ais and honorab failing gtiidf retiei lions, \ on they hr :tppr zenship, of the se it has i rst cf all til that t mrougn un per-re Joice ic.'asion P, re-inter-es of ■. and and dr. VV I •ated the fa n e I n to t h' .j, a dye r) i > advam * che: k**d ,i i comparat Larded a* g shorts, hose who over oti further o disturb the bear* they have not * arid are still ural tendency c. I*. Huntington’* Opinion. SVN Ft:an* s, o, Cab. Nov. :    ( . IV Huntington. pre* den’ of the S-. them Ba* Hic company, wa* ask*.J hi* -pinion of the report that Go ii was to .t**nrite i-ontrol of the Union Paid tie. “It look.* plausible," he -aid “aud f it » pension: events b ct 11 i ii * ■ir hoi ‘he natural after the late sever* rid while fluctuation: scale thei I sinai! a**-* very mater; at rn not mm at ic end n of mis* r fail >pr* uiHi-u a k e were in -on the final change* ar** fractional amount* <*nl} The market this mo (Lienee of the *::*[,, US River bank and the di* to the North American ti rst prices were gen lower than yesterday’s flood of North market in the first few and the price* dropped to 7, a loss of ll. pei night. Although 'iii g re though i-es for the in- sympathized wi market outside f was not esp <ti absence of a spei a material rea going flack to I! the level of 11 f hour to eleven o' carn' noeulati 'bi* lnori ma nttfai which h aa nut ti ti I e * s til ana co r:grain!; t,ted bim on Iii iver*ar y: assar ng tin judge th a curacy of the nation were re his cot tinned vigor aud hopet yet be spared for many year ness. Judge rhurmau rep <•. re lid a1 I '‘rnnif>nl hears the cost. It i* " when Prof. Koch begins his lectu influx of physicians will ! * vet pee ti sand. That young Russell in setts, young Pattison in Pei Peck of Wisconsin aud scores fellows in the west need lob Massachu-ennsyivania, s of young encouraged. tile In MIKE KELLY MAKES A SLIDE. TEN PEOPLE KILLED. ilUi'riart Vccident Near Salem, Oregon. . Nov. 13.—La*t night the .them Pacific passenger :-und went through t he north trestle over Lake Labish, lies from here. The train J went down together. The Da- • Turned and half buried in it. sad fellowing this were the st Qazsragp and express cars. st-ir and a tourist sleeper. All to piece* and nearly every er a hundred passengers on the 'e - ired. The total number ;'r i probably reach a< high as a- many have sustained what * prove fatal injuries. Fires it along the side of the track to ®v’ 'inned warm and to light the worker* who had hastened to his city and vicinity. ' i adder., Fireman Neah an U'&odatramp were killed. rarry• United States marshal • probably fatally injured. injured were: J. L. Kirnber-'&h, Wisconsin, and C Grie-for a brewery in Mil ler M ll .at)' ii th' v*. accident on rn Pacific last night was '• r*mova! of a rail and that G' done by tramps. C. J..Waukee, Wisconsin, died r* eve dead. It is probable rn1 injured will die. The Gt inquest to-night. Among inured not already men-i A. P. Hewitt, Mo-'• astr*, arm broken and back Seiner, of Milwaukee, ’ 'a *;, painfully; Miss Minnesota. foot sprained; njured in the chest and tentis, burt in the back Magnus, slightly in-Minnesota, badly (rawford, the poet KivV-    ^r’    and ^^rs- J.'TNeenaba. Wisconsin. eriy > legs is paralyzed. jury to-night returned a v.reck was caused by an •■■ i’.-. that the Southern Pa-- guilty of criminal CENTRAL AMERICA AROUSED. It* People lear a General War on Account of the Honduran Trouble. Clt\ of Guatf.mai.v, Nov. 13.—Intense excitement prevails here over the prospect of a general war in Central America. Gen. Ignacio Alatorre, th** Mexican minister, was at the foreign department for a long time to-day. and it is believed his mission has been to persuade President Barilla* to recall the troops lie ha* sent to the relief of Bogran. The public, in general, commend his pacific course. Barillas h"!d an audience to-day with Senor Arrellano, the Spanish minister, and United States Minister Mizner, but they refused to talk. No definite in- j formation is to be obtained from any I source a* to what the government in-! tend* to do in th** present crisis. Rumors j arc mat y, but ar* of an extravagant na- j ture. President Ezeta has issued orders j to carefully watch all Honduras refugees I who were removed some time ago from j the frontier. General Bonilla, the most ! prominent leader among the refugees, ; desires to leave, but is not allowed to do I so. Sanchez, • •• itionary lea l r, was commander of tin garrison of Tegucigalpa, and had had trouble with Bog- ! ran. and tho revolution was the cense- ] quenee. TRIED TO SWALLOW A BABY. \ VI of Ii itV Desperate Fi^bt With a Ifage Hlnrk vii Du*. Com MiH'v, Iud., Nov. I*.—Mrs. William Iluxelly, of Brow:; county, living iii a log cabin, was making soap in the back ^•ard, having kissed her sweet little *ix-months-old babe to «hep in the cradle. Presently the bal i* mu canted, and she rushed in and was horror-stricken to find a hideous black snakw of enormous s,/c Trying to swallow th * child, having englished the hand, had swallowed it up to the arm {lit and was writhing in its contortions and efforts to make further progress. Grasping the hideous reptile in the middle, it seemed to relax its hold and disgorged the child's arm, then turned upon its mother. She dashed it to tho floor, and In her wild fenzy stamped it to death. It proved to be of the black rac**r species, seven feet and two inches long, and measuring six and one-half inches in circumference. The babe lived, and tao onvenience it suffered from its as that its arm and s if scalded in hot Go on. We will not hinder you. 'I hat i* about the southern sentiment to-day and that is what i* crysta’izing itself about either Springer, of Illinois, or Hatch, of Missouri. This southern sentiment closes about the west. They want the west recognized. There i* not an eastern name mentioned that touches a southern chord. It is all the Mississippi Valley. Three candidates can be named that will have to fight their way for southern support. The southerners like Bynum’spluck in browbeating Reed, but they doubt hi* capacit y and his quick knowledge of parliamentary requirements. They like old Hatch, of Mi*-souri, because they think he may t$tve great influence with the Farmers’ Alliance down soc th. Farmer Hatch, it must be remembered, Isa farmer from Farmerville, and is a very good presiding officer a* far as strength of voice and power of gavel go,put above all they Ilk* Springer. Springer, in the judgment of these southers member*, is one of those weasles that is ever on the alert. Parliamentary law, precedent, ruin and custom all dance from the end of hi* tongue like electric sparks from a livewire. He is ever there it a contingency. Nothing escapes him. His quick wit, his ready grasp, hi* persistence, hi* courage, hi* ever present politeness, bi* suavity, hi* buttonhole bonnet, all made a combination in tho lest session of congress which Speaker Reed will never forget. Something like it was seen before i Samuel J. Randall used to hector life out of Blaine as speaker, but Randall was not so ready a* Spring' point* that made Harry Smith, speaker’s “coach,” turn to the book' forced Reed, black with rage, to aw the result. The southern mi'tm *ts remember this, \\ hen it comes *.o caucus they will not forget the wit sistent and always siiaw member the Springfield district. _ WILL FOLLOW TANNER. Ball Flayer Contract. - Everv the P Noted Base J ca ga NKW VOUK, Nov. 13. bring* new misfortune to League. Yesterday Mik Diller of the Boston club, signed a National League play with the old Boston sign* p. ay yers’ Kelly, the deserted and * contract to team next season. Mr. Spalding wanted hint in Chicago, but the Boston management had the fir>t claim and refused to release him. The new conference committee of the Johnnie Prince, oi Cleveland; audience committee successful, under no c once to a committee member. There an brotherhood, consisting of Ward, of Brooklyn; Charlie Boston, and Al Johnson, of ; attempted to obtain an with the league conference to-day. The attempt wa* un-Theleague committee would reumstances grant a eonfer-ff which Ward is a a few me ti who will have to go out. of the base ball business if the Brotherhood collapses this fail. Among them are Ward and Pfeffer. The National League managers will not deal with either of them, tinder any consideration. The National League magnate* to-day also refused to meet the Player*' League conferen e committee utile** the American Association was also a party v the conference. The matter will probably be arranged to-morrow. :h ai OI lls*'-1 lime**. .* 'i'i»*- iiiurmiin replied hat no years or future act* of hi* could possibly increase the warmth of congratulation* he bad received to-dav from all part* of he United States. Mr. Cleveland th**n returned to Governor Campbell's mansion where h>* and a few friends were entertained at lunch -on. TIU' D A MJI KT. The banquet hall tonight was decorated in I im *t beautiful manner. The celebration wa* under the auspice* of he Thurman club, which baa charge of ail the arrangement*. Noticeable among the decorations were large portraits of Cleveland and Thurman. Seldom have *o many di*t.Jnguished men of any party assembled at one time in a place except on the occasion of a national convention. Among them were senators and ex-senator*. congressmen, ex-congressmen and congressmen-olect, governor*, ex-governors and gnvernors-elect. besides g. ntle-men who have distinguished ihem*e!ve* in various channels of puffin and private life. Shortly after eight o’clock ex-Pre*ident Cleveland anti Judge Thurman entered the room Mr. ( leveland supporting hi* venerable companion, who. further assisted by a cane, walked slowly up the hall. A mighty cheer, oft repeated, greeted the two distinguished guest* continuing until the chairman motioned the guests to take their seats. After the party was seated, every man rose again and waved th** traditional red bandana handkerchief in honor of the “Old Roman.” Mr. Thurman bowed smilingly to Iii* one T behorn pa (hot lid ie id lion fi ith •d* al tern ;.nat they they shot it* interest* and the intelligence do wed should bi standing of its i of its welfare. These are tm citizenship, .and ti:*-,- a upon which our free*:;* trusted to our people, Ii the beginning and for i.{ion American manhoc the highest and purest A country broad and dm ii to the purposes oi and promising vast arn sources, and a people der*tanding the va me and holding fast to rn for its history and its much to d character vigor. Bi that the it ether thin depositary- ' go which ha- fi.rnuI of the strength at public, has it* s home. Here our cut w: ne .* alar eye abuse* erne* of have no ' are the jower is nditions :ry, that protect while pri gaitis ov* dealing* i rying mo of last ex o’clock wa* ac highest figure* The E>'ciimn for stocks both rest ri ward th" * advance :Le lo we* tending t of the 'is : ne ilia •>' an a< jet we ion of er rn of the North lo* re* in regard company and the rally a fraction final figure*. A tier lean poured upon the >t few min ite*' (rading. ddenly from 16 '■ut from a*l o! th'* others weakness the American wa* . and with the ire to *i " North A settling t ainder A coilfidi J and activity end of the ho I more rapidly. price* of the early 2 per ■ ent, car-beyond tile price* The market at eleven vc and -t.rong at the I* the hour. ’list says:    “Early    prices ti London and this martin; effect of the su*pen-l River bank at the close be true. Gould win give administration. He is road man and, like my.*» about a stable conditio; great western road-." “If Gould assumes t the Union Pacific, do progres* toward a big shall include tin* Son! Missour Pacific road* ' “I am in favor cf vc Mr. Huntington, “aud I a* to offer to (in-..bd Atchison people I was bine all our respective them deride on a nan, company. They have proposition, and I cat d pram wan! good rail- The Nortliw I* t «»r ii -1' niou nii’nt. *oriic • North ac ti vi ii pre*-ion. and s* I he re ass; the ITIC ahi of it f* an he i ti ffin Freigl length agreement. taken. TI. from the I, the M s*i*s the Decent! respecting Sioux City of the irite: Nov. i< iatio North but I matte itll rival' na:. va* r» d Ii da; TI: ' Sri-!' •d a; e I Ii*- Kf p< No Tnil Ii Chicago, Nov. 13. -Genera: Manager Mel en if the • i :    P    i in the city. He der are* rh re truth whatever in the report t headquarter* wifi be rein over Omaha to Chicago. Heferr**'! to a .Joint Co in in it I < hi, nd( vith d cl tenet . ha* .mg mid ii whi mad; verm wit IVR and ory hen the Hen r on the and I per- FeiinsylvanlH’s Oltiria! V ote. Pahkism’kg, Pa., Nov. I ..—Complete return* finished this evening show Pattison (dem.) for governor ha* 16,551 phi rality over Delamater (rep.); Water* (rep.) for lieutenant governor had a plurality of 22,365 over Black (dent.); Stewart (rep.) for secretary of state, lias a |ilurality of 25,Jal over Barely idem.' I The prohibitionist vote reached 17,goo, thousand admirer* and did likewise a* cheers air. At the conclusion C'nairman Lentz, of the }>oKi* briel'y, introduci Congressman < Mithwaite. Waite delivered a brief Thurman the guests r again, and the scene of ID only met terrible experience hand wore blistered water. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. Contise! at JI lines kaahl, tea me Defense Declares Coiisjtirac.v Trial a Farce. Di'hljn, Nov. 13.—In the trial of conspiracy case at Cloine! to-day mend, for the defense, spoke the Red-bitterly lem s policy in the ) call Canon Keller to I office, but it wis ii jt Car. against the government cuso. Ho wanted t< to testify regarding the occurance on Pon*onby estate, but the court, ruled the evidence in admissable, whereupon Rodj ll. Dillon. ii lirvan took st«:»ilUr <Jnining Groom! th it Ftiiiiiv Must <D*. Washington, Nov. 13.—It is neither impossible not improbable 'hat bef ire the fifty-first congress expire* the senate will have an opportunity to act upon tile nomination of a successor to i o",*>on Commissioner Green It. Haunt. The belief is steadily gaining gr that Raum must go, just as Tanner \ because he is proving too ’.'.cavy a bt for the administration to carry, immediate cause of his downfall, report that he is doomed '* true course, the scandals developed the recent congressional investigation of bis connection with a patent r, frigcrator concern and his financial dealing the most notorious pension a to’ Washington. It Is asserted iat President decided several weeks ago make one more w b > OCH: The f-jta the for ia1 mr people ffiffir candida polled about IU rf, JI Epidemic of Typhoid F«*v iKXTVii.LK. (»., Nov.. 13.— A of typhoid fever is raging re been already eight which twenty-five have pres.*nt forty person* Business i* entirely suspenc OO people who make up are wild with Far. A here. -nine been are was pride wa* t - ■ J man th •art would hav of any im: ti Mr. Cleveland for him rent the of the banquet, Thurman Club, ng Toast Master When Mr. (Milieu logy of Judge jse to their feet •villi enthusiasm e swelled with lan being. It e ovation sub-J mig But a' whole frugal moral firmly comd tty an attrib aru lid i that depi aid. .ira!tty an n Amort: ive minutes before sufficiently to enable Judge TI :o respond.* .IF I iG K THURMAN’.* >FKKf ll. ig.* Thurman responded to “Our Guests." IL* *aid in eg that he was not here to mas rat'* speech. He was here ti his heartfelt appreciation of : have so kindly seen auk with his whole no ai and a; rectiv our gi is exac ical pe Hie bai -hip. b ing* of and ca among verti ti y * an un her of busti n**s s yesterday, together with the j promo' ii od ors tan ding that its losse* would re- quire it to be wound tip. I lut later, ; A mer: man i when i t bf •came known that the fortnight i eondit ion* > * ‘ I t i P IT tent * in London had I ieen com- ! is were en- : plated w t hont a failure and th* 1 Bank of j eliance . at Englai ;d r ate remained unchan god there : to co line, was a g< ?neral recovery, and I by 11:30 j ecratci i by i nearly et: •cry stock on the Ii *t. exce{»t j >TU North Ain erican, went up to la ,st night'* I 10 DC sub- I price* and many went abovf *. notably j \iste nee. j Non ie •rn I’ac I fie fir ferred. Western j ie tide a t re- Union, Re >ck Island, and North western.” gently un- j N ooi Money is tight at 12 per cent • •c nation | and ac tive ■ bassness sustained it i the stork i " atlee Tion raarke t after eleven o'clock, ba t the high I have had prices of t he first hour were not surpassed j Amer lean and a i Joel lining tendency deve doped but ii hood and only a portion of the early adv am e wa* I * forgo lien | lost. Vill lards were ffie most a ic tive, but I e til?.; i all St. T'a and other granger* were still I - a f e prom it ten ;. Later in the day North j power. and Ameri can retired to P but the general ; t guar; AUTY list wa * ft iir!y well held and a t rn>on the i* re mark** ! \v as active and 'toady. generally | Amer loan at sri; ill fraction* and better than the i * born and I openin SB {ilia! 2:15 p. in. Th** 'took ma rket after • I light twelve I o'c lock wa.* quiet and firm and Vpendc nee. the b •'**! prices of the force soon were 'raffing and again real •tied A decided we; aknos* de- omplai Ming vein po d toward two o’clock. however. Rental and Sn s?ar re ■tin re* became a leader, drop- been ; ping f rom i 5$ to 5 I ,c: St. I’a ul, I Le to cd. N ever !* e; \ orthern Pacific prof* ;rred, I c ruly j to 60 t e: Atchison, I c to 3o . C. After •Ie y 0 f its I some I lest tation the dechne wa; - resumed. home S. I I I n ion I 'a .cifie *. ored a loss of I * c. The •conom y a* i downwa.i cl movement then act laired ad ti: ii I dition; ai r orce, the market b*-ci orning de- of we I moral; ized ,. and before the delivery hour I enter prise I a1! the * forenoon's advance* w< *re wiped it I be 'ie' e out, w •ith fractions in addition i. At 2:15 the ai; arket was active and we ak ar the r.ora- lowest pr ice* cf the day. CAPTURED BY CUPID. Two Merry Wedding* at Kirk Hoi*. [Correspond'nr<> of The ft Kirkwood. Nee. 13.—Mr. I at.d Mi** E la Dickey. Mel >f were united in marriage th * seven o'clock at the hon; parent*. Mr. ara Mr*. J - Y. v r. Ii. I Th Kiri and North Kirk -’rem the Rev, ton. pastor of the Methodi church, officiatin witnessed by onh particular friend* favorably known one of our faire: ladies, and the groom -young man aud the trust Monmouth busine** ho deserve the bride he ha young couple will re*:d< They were the recipient co'ily {>re*ent*. On Wednesday evenir W. S. Wray was the see pretty wedding. Rev. R< dating. The contr Mis* Mary < . Wray Arthur I'. Snow oming Immediate. tile happy coup e ll and from there took p. rn. for their futu? where they wi! bt friends ar 2522 E\ vein ber 16. The in for their hap;.tm ■ : the young couple. the bi Dick© Robert : Epis. i • it y, g a’ ide'* Bar- •opal ■ and i i;g na! off! ting this a qt •artie* were la1ce and Mr No shes tend The Nashville Race* Th. rn if thn i if-denis enfor I watcl >nnd j went, j lrdnn j The | if the j is, of during ! vita v in I stricKen. | and the • j populatiot A Big C5rtti« In Hie Mormon Vote Sai.t Lark, Nov. 13.—The of I canvass for delegates of election in Lows Cain (Mormon) has a. til ma; >ver Goodwin (liberal). Th;* r 'hows a gain of 6,232 in the Mormon etal tab e-ity ■suit vote and a liberal gain of 3, )22 in two years. Caine's majority then was 6.6 13. Th vote of wa* light, especially on tin Mormon sidp. ,v citizens oi d gentlemen mark of frit h"re. said he i. to repeat rn >f my con fid ’rec ir cir dun gradual and la a* my I ar fit! WD Tri ( mtone ERII, Ba. prominent i and S. B-killed while hv His EriemUs !?<*>ih. . Nov. 13.—James Metfiloy, n the Mechanics' fritterr.ity. Benson were accidentally moving some machinery to- aboutone thou-sPot. When the c MILITIAMEN FIGHT. ' \"f R Wedding Charlvarl. ICC r s!'Cb*’ ^0V- U-~A sor‘ f!i-! Prf night between Ku-, ' and a company of I treating one of their Tester? a*' in honor of his Che company fired G attract!*d the k' -'rV’* the students fell in .• •j'ann°Yance of the mili-'•ai. (.ranger ordered the !of tuYhe sGidents. Then w‘-H : ‘rce<l hand to hand i tjj, .",ne"s<?d here, the militia ^ ' ^ clubs aud the is. -jv1.8 .tything available {»ta’ V-- !.'‘*llred are numerous r°Portcd—Irving p,>    •    who    died    this ,■ :.y received mo»d declari-d the tr-ad a mortery^. said lie would go no funner. ' Mr. Sheehy and Patrick the same course^_________ On, Him,Ired end my Pedple Honiele... SSN FUAVCr,,. NOV. 13.—A portion of the town of Tiburon t;re tlii* afternoon involving a S:Yo«i. A hundr. d ami lifty people «• homeless.    __ ThP Usual Result of French DucIh- T'x-i* Nov. 13.—De Roulede and guerre fought a duel this morning near Monceau. Four shot none of w hie ii too iv ( ,l Iga-icar were exchanged. 'oui morn- being Meeting of the lllln.d. K|d-eo|,a1 Connell. ; K non vini.K, III., NOV. 13-The, EPI ; eopal Conn, ii of ffi‘fi1 r°^ ,Tter* J"c"rn-1 met here ye»terd»T.    sj.h00, at | ing the welfare o. . I. * * .    Holy Knoxville, th" Orphanage of Child. Springfieldi anu    „caoa Ch -bl Homo. <jutm-y. were H*cu»e«. and moa-uros lo am'umulate a fund for the infirm clergy of the chun i ken.    ______ Hrrrison that he must bange in the pension thought expedient I to call for Mr. Raum'* resignation dor- j ing the political campaign. Now, it is | said the commissioner's resignation is j more than likely to be announced before ; the close of the year. Mrs. Watkins Reinstated. Washington, Nov. 13.—Postmaster General Wanamaker sent a letter to City j Postmaster Sherwood, directing the reinstatement of Mr-. Margaret S. Watkins, . th*1 delivery clerk, who was last I ours-day temporarily suspended for an , alleged disrespect to Senator Quay * son. i she having stated that no disrespect was j meant.______ An Iowa Postmaster Appointed. Washington, Nov. ' ■■ the p,, Ni-d^t appointed Walter C. Matthews post- | I master at Odebolt, Iowa._________ THE WORLD’S FAIR. Sutter, a naval vet a warm friend or Mc his death went honu ran. Joy, and Biti. —Tile Baltimore incorporated at •based one day. Henry who had been on hearing of suicided._________ One Result of the McKinle Chicago, Nov. I Tin Blate company Springfield to-day. ha* purcna thousand acres of land at Park Ridge and it is said will begin the erection of buildings at once.    ___ Burglars Make a Haul. Nf.’v Ori.f.an*, Nov. 13.— Burglar* this morning blew open the safe A. B. Meyer, securing JM.ooo in cadi and ' 30,-000 in bond* and notes. press ; honor : ic y have sn kindly seen fit to do j iv i; I him: t | neighbor* fellow citizens of Ohio and I the distinguir bed gentlemen from other : states f t I im ;' mat ii or tnen<!*n o at: I I esteem. I ant of seventy-sevet SO Olt'“ll given Oi ny vuuiiuuiic* I ii lie | beneficent effects i THV firm belief of continent and tin I extension over oil of the globe. She ! in comparison with the live I tion, it Iuis been long enot I see my native land under ! tiffins, increase in populatiot I seven-fold: in wealth in greater degree, in extent more than double it' area; in general well tieing and prosperity of tile people aud in their educational advantage* and religious privilege* are without rival iii the world, while it - magnificent works of internal improvement, its wonderful agriculture, it* great mines and manufacture* and its marvelous means of communication, creations of science and skill, surpassed anything ever before known by the human race. And in these same seventy-seven years th'1 constitution of nearly every government in Europe has ameliorated by the indroduction of more I liberal principles. Central and South I America have becoom republics. Canada and Australia are *ubst,antially republics i without the name. Even in tile far the j) •runt' n the ut: ex pc wire and Thrift iditure l thrif-arefui i rrbr irket wa* still disturbed after 1:15. but soon recovered and prices again noved up, though the movement lacked. •rn Northern Bai ifie preferred rose from >7    to 60 and St. Paul from 17 to I*    The market on thi* recovery be- again quiet and finally closed ac- ' anges again Na *5! VIIXK Five and a bal lght list f the age estimony iidcnce iii the ignition-- and ration on this ai but certain jortion* as been the Hair me to institutor!; than very far territory When, then-o ’ rru*t, chat rn of making and only condemn J ne** and econc ffi p.ai ho, •rn; id with executi ut Ai pp my wi when an re I y be ital me ere rig with ic. and which ca’ is f> r a defense of Ami i wort bv to be pen the ques tit mmy, whether i * or to she opera it. the democrat *d aud traditions that a vigon •neath callet av ide I iditure nd wa ;ct n in I dition nil re* bv et A rn cr I iltty not eap- c af came tive and fairly .*teaiiy at from the opening, 'rh lower and sugar is down J Northern Pacific preferred 2    . Pacific Mail I Louisville and Nashville , North American 7    . with only fractional changes in the re*t of the active stocks. won, tit i rd Sc won, time. Liniitffig time. I; md Race Pullman 1:44ffi . Th’rd Race yard*:    Dolliki Attica* third: Fourth Bac Lucille Matin *econd. (Kiev t Fifth Ha N< dr -Fir* ’.lam md. < >re * La Mu: Bai I rd -I rd: ' I VI AU Ullin U NKW York. N lit. Vernon. Obit 'livings Bank ha ink Swept I inter. \ special Main time i ha ii?.! Mar Wa I third. ex- mt- ery ran i ii ii I a ported fail ti rf Decker. *ay* th* suspend' 'set*, S7( ion wa* Howell r vnox County . Liabilities, OO. It I* rended bv the Favor of Tov, I MIM IN he two Mf oted («t th main attal pie. The watchful g Overtime hee to our pl; I are especia care and {> it: and whet ‘.rf (eefii tliey a ter down with burden* gre can bear. and are mad scorn by hard taskmakcrs, we leave their side. Astite grea* reformer, insisting upon iii* conviction*, in the presence o cusers, exclaimed, “I can do else. Here I *tand. God help however much other* may modi ride cheapness and ‘he poor at apness and to individ-:he govern- ; true to its Iterably re- j frugal peopled to lite j ‘ their ! borne I they I et* of I will not | (ierman i •eligious hi* ac-noiight i ne,” so, j and de- j d frugal i Nortti A iiifrican C'<>i»'p»n\ All Right. Nkw York, Nov. 13 The official* if i o are tha obi the Norte authorized ti fectly sol von were called them of the s< party and to The company and intend* t< A mer jean e statemen They * together *i company have t that it is peril v th** creditors rnpiy to *ati*fy in Bt.< ii ay t city \ women a* lay tora! and gel church. The of th* idea, th* tho Fir*t chur Grace church. in ti; * vhinitj sltion. J.ally IL. N uesit gate D' legate*. Y et. to-day Hind condition obtain their ha* made r.< ' make none. of the rom-^operation, assignment > vcU. rf* on Armour A Cnilitlif CHK Al.O, NOV. merit was made Dii««<>l ye 13.—The :o-dav that Fart o«*r*hip • annouoce-Bhilip D. of out in Mon flow Severe Colil* are Broken I tana. From tin* Virginia Cit> Mont.) Mc !. ’nim When we find a medicine we know to posses* genuine merit, we consider it a duty, and we take pleasure in telling the public what, it is. Such a medicine we found Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, last winter when la grippe wa* prevailing. Refuge t° l>e    With    Oleo-    j    ^y0 aro    that we warded of * ov er a I attacks that were threatening by the :se of this syrup, and we have since r»*-n a few hour* severe colds, and t t wo or three days, cn-'P by its use, as have • Bi    I    to whom v " have a” .bat ' rep- , Japan become with pn.pK lib Dairymen margarine anil Uke Chicago, Nov. 13.-Dairy association nu world's fair 11 M' deXTER DEAD. •VT Of Wte» a^xCon8reSRtion:-ilist Et-[Ef. . 1 New Hertford. iv. ‘Rn,    v, pter.T) n asj; Nov. 13.—Dr. lied ’, it0r °* the Con- m°,rnin2-rbended ‘ a ,,,argyman and ^stnrav ov?r fifty-six years. l^ltoipL 1!ftfr ho had com-at Andover. :    H.,    which he left a (’ali t0 the t5, 'ton. j.^Berkeley street °‘ the G « assumed the ■ll in co,.I, ^Cvngreyatlon-jtinction with I)rs. Will Retire r rom New York, Nov. 13. hocker Fire Builnes*. —The Knicker Insurance company and have ■;----..    ...    „    Tnenrance    company Guardian I- ire inf ‘ra bu^iness, owing to decided to retire from bu.    made fierce competition and a. [ at the present low rates.__ No trouble to sell    1    h‘    rtlC Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. ~ • cheapest, Salvation Oil only -Sc. say of Best and - . It banishes pain every tim Financial TnmM * ' SCOK ANR I'A Denny, a prom! ing exchange    >    ;    . cide by V ’• !' *    ; cl a1 lo- Fears' discus. of Illinois, reported had been classed commissioners a* a' and butterine ’’ same class. I members, who dairy exhibit distinct fron    s q'he matte length. Those O' ’’    ' I’lIILA steamer vjor ' • prod’ nore tree ani cr;'.; with each year. And more marvelous yet, ligiit seems to be breaking over benighted Africa, and men are predicting without exciting ridicule, her redemption from lier barbaric sleep of centuries. In a word, freedom seems to be gradually circumnavigating the globe and. proud thought for its, the polar star of Hie navigator i* our own republic of of the United States. Mr. Thurman spoffi1 feelingly of tim uniform kmdne** and honors bestowed upon him by tfip people of Ohio from boyhood to old age and *poke of all distinguished lawyers and statesmen of Ohio and other sections of th*' country whom he had known during his career. in conclusion he said; “Before I conclude there is one state merit I feel it my duty to make. In one af our town papers a few day* ago, I saw v nam** suggested a* that of a proper didate for the presidency or vice-idency in 1802. I regretted very i to see the suggestion, for, tty prod Here v questiot shall ha and. we will t heir *i rn tile riming, “We e stand.” wa* raised e t he neces- a rin i in f 0 S i it re very friendly to me and published place of my residence, it might ■ be suspected by stranger* that Tired, or at least approved by B* such was not the fact. My me *ay to you, in all sincerity the least mental reservation, Q nor shall I ever again be tr office. Honored by my cr ask nor desire any fur-your continued friend-ill. Gentlemen, you men and women stand forth in dof Americanism defiat can do nought else. Thus whorl the v/hether our peo pit saries of life at a cheaper rato. we are I not ashamed to confess ourselves “in full > sympathy with the* demand for cheaper ; coats:” and we an* not disturbed by the • hint tha’ this seem* “necessarily to involve a cheaper man or woman under the i coats.” When the promoter of a party measure j which invades every home in the land J with higher price*, declare* that “cheap and na*ty go together and this whole j sy*tem of cheap thine* i* a badge of pov- I erty: for cheap nier'ffiandUe mean* cheap ] men and cheap men mean a cheap conn- 1 try." we indignantly repudiate such an interpretation of American sentiment. And when another one. High in party councils, who ha* become notorious a* the advocate of a contrivance to perpe tuate partisan supremacy by outrageous interference with the suffrage, announces that “the cry for cheapness is un-Ameri- ipeech option a newspaper known I can;” we scornfully reply that hi- lightest con' doe.* not indicate the « of true Americanism. I will not refer to other utterance* of like import from -imiiar sources. I content myself with recaning the most prominent and significant. The wonder i* that ihe*e things wi re addressed by Americans to American*. What wa* the occasion for these condemnation* of cheapness and what had hone* American men and women done, (Continued on Payc Tuo.) Armour and Michael Cudahy had dissolved partnership. Armour making over hi* interest in the Omaha house in exchange for Cudahy’s interest in the Chicago house. The separation i* entirely amicable and wa* indirectly the outcome of Cudahy’* determination to retire from the active outside work of the firm. Tin* London .Market Clone* Better. London, Nov. 13.—The *toek market opened firmer, but afterwards became weaker. 3:30 p. nu —At thi* hour the tone of the market was fiat in consequence of the prevalence of unfavorable rumors regarding the discount house. The stock-market closed better. New York took all the stock thrown on the market, causing a firm tendency. The stress in stocks was due to the weakness of a large private bank. This firm i* now amalgamated with a large London fi>ank Then was a *a!»* of 2750,- 000 worth of consols yesterday in connection with thi* transaction, confidence now prevails and everything i* on a firm ba*is. THE NORTH RIVER BANK. Stnti- Superintendent Preston Makes a Statement of It- Condition. New York. Nov. 13.—Up to one this I afternoon th** state bank examiner had not prepared hi* statement in regard to the North River Bar k. At th*- clearing I house it wa* learned a arg** contractor was debtor to tile bank to th* extent of j $500,000; a so tha:    there wer** six or 1 seven other customers, also contractor*, i who were bebtor* to the batik for large | amount*. Collateral* for security of rh * I loan* are said to be claim* aga:n*t th* i city. State Sop**rinfcndcnt of Bank Bre* ! ron to-night made a statement of the liabilities and a*set* of the North River t'rononnced Hopeless. Ye* From a letter written by Mr*. Hurd of Croton, s. D . w* quote taken with a bad cold, which *< my lungs, cough set iii and finally t"r initiated in consumption. I gsiv,* myself lip to *uy Saviour, determi’ cd if I could not. stay with my friend* o . eat th, I would meet my absent or e* ab',*, . My husband wa* advised to get Dr. King * New Discovery for ( on* un pi ion. Bough* and Bold*. I gav it a tr:a!. took in al! j eight bottle*: it has cured n e and thank j God I arn now a well and hearty woman.” I Trial bottle free a* Henry * Drug Store, ; regular fin l ent* and .on. In Airt or Missionary Work. Boston, Nov. I t.—The general missionary *ociety of the Methodist church ! resumed the consider,u ion of apportion ; ment. J*25,00 ) was given to the work in Africa; "44,700 to South America: -*71.-! 500 to i {or North india: *71,Goo to South * Indiana; *2o,0ou to Bengal. ThaiikttgD 11* ic Day iii Illinois. Springfield, Nov. i Governor j Fifer to-day issued a proclamation ap-j pointing Thursday, the 27th instant, a* I a day of thanksgiving. To stop hemorrhages. ,i w York doctor sny* "ll external is usually pressure either with some kind of a bandage. I let.» wound it should be thoroughly trinircnt pond's Extract she e8*i*t the contraction of th*- *>1 til" bleeding i* inc ais*' be us***! to gre:" .-known Vi n t he best rn* an* th*1 fingers or ■e binding up a n ashed; an us jlrt I e us'd to OOO vessels. I f mal adv Ponds image, " Eft rf an WH! Not Coii)e-t ii:; t \ NP, Me . Nov first B i erat* of tile first Maine di I eid*’d not to contest Reed' | hon*** of representatives. j*i#*.tt. 13.—Tho demo have de th* *'*a! YIH' I forenoon < damage oi A *7 5.000 Fir**. •I , N. Y., Nov. • South Salina *tr< $75,000, e this i*ed a Advice to Mothers Mra. W‘TMiow’s s*X)th;ng Syrup tiioui'i a.-wayi ii, used for children ,.eeth)og. It imotnes the child, sot tens Bn* g’;rrs, a' ay- iii pain, cures wind colic, and ;*» the bes* » nierty for Diarrhoea Twr-ot y-tlv**    a oottte. ;