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The Cincinnati Telegram (Newspaper) - November 18, 1888, Cincinnati, Ohio r'..... THE m I ; VOL. 4, NO. l‘.)8. CINCINNATI, SUNDAY. NOVEMDER 18. 1S88. PRICE TWO CENTS. FIGHT WITH TRAMPS Thirteen Capture a Train Ait«r a Desperate Strusrgle.    , OlBoen Charge on Them, Killing One, Woondtng Others and Gnpturing Seven, ’ ■W'fOPiKi.D, Mahs., Not. 17.—Indian Orebard, elf ht tniies fntin the oity, was and atill U the eueiie of the wildeet ex* dtemeut aud terror. Gariy in the after'; noon there was a telephone cull to tne city marabal’s othee fur instant aid. A apeoial train was hastily made op. aud the Marshal and a statf proceeded to the auene. A gang of tramps, thirteen in nnmhar, had attacked aud partly ob* tained pcMsession of a train. Nearly all the employes of the rallroatl hud been driven away by the tianips, who lirst a|oned the cars, and then drew revolvers jand Gred upon thJ ainploycs, a general ■ riot ensuing. / The tfamna refused ts disperse when ordered, end Uie Marshal*s force fired on them. One'of the tramps was klile l, and aeveral wounded. The ofhrars cap* tnred seve.i. They, were John .Miirphv, C^iaries Hearnes, George Wilsi.n, Geo. Ctreeuwood, James lirujy, Frank Trainer and John Kellv. The dead man is unknown. Oilioersare stiil on iheacena.RUiMORS.OF WAR.OminouB Movements of Troops on European Frontiers. Pronch .Soldiers to the Left and Has* sian Soldiers to tho Right .of Germany.    “ I/)!»iv)'v, i November 17.—The Corti-nentat press are beating ibs war drum again. Htispiolous sounds are heard from Berlin, Vienna, Paris and Ut. Peieraburg. Russia and Franco are moving troops to tho German frontier on the west and uurth. •• Peace,'’ suy tho Prussian Jonrnals, “can not keen up with tiie rapid rale at which French troops ars being sent forward, and the steady accumulation of tnsu on tho side of Russia U incor.Histaut with th»< idea of a mero dafenae.” Tua Russian journals w.irn Franco not t<) oo w>o bssty, and try to explain, while they aeknowledge the renewed movement of fresh troops toward the Germnn and French frnnilura, on the ground that it la necessary to meet the uuguientatiuDs on the other aids uf the LH>rdora. Austria, aa the mo-,t exposed of all, is to a constant state of agitation; bu> now more than ever ie ebe stlrrr I up by tbe 'üxciiing I uinors and the somewhat hya* terical utierano 8 given out by the Vi* eniia new»papers. In Pai is lbs press, while ominously •ileiit on military artaim, warmly applauds the toasts g ven the Rusafan admirals sniertained at the French posts by tdgh government oOichils, and iliey welcome as a ray of bo(ie ilie oTaiiiin iiveu France in llie person of .Sarah lernharut tiy the Czechs of •, and luly, secure in the alliance with central po were, neither w.irns nor ihreat-er<, an 1 proteau ner uesire tu i« on atus Icsble terms with France, imw that the Tunis a air has blown over aud Tripoli is uumolesitd. elsctiou aud give a kev -note uf moderation to the deiiats which is ex|kected to arl>einlhe House of Commons next vvesk. when the quesiloM of an apoomt-mentof a su+roessor to ly>rd Backvdie, at WashHitfton, cu nes up. |:.iird < uundiiil, although he has hot a small personui loilowing In .Parliament, consisting, It is said, only one m in-l-sr, l.onts F. Jeiininirs, fornierlv of the New York Times, wields itrest influence, and is as aide to Vive tune to a de-I'aie Hi he is to decide the fate of a Gov-enimeut measure. No one in opposition Is more feared by the Ministry, nor more inconvenient and ein^''trias-t'ltig to lite iiia jorHy. Ho hss not cessed to tie the enfant terrible of the House, and aince he left the Calduot has resumed his fuuutioQ os the Fourth Party. . TUB .MOVEMENT TO BÜPPBR«S SI.AVKny. Qr»*at acc.'saiun of strength has been given to the movement for the suppression of the slave trade by Uie JoUit action resolved upon by Gnglaml and Germa'ny. The cause has become fashionable and it receive-support from the most arlsiocra-tio. The liriiish Anti-Slavery Hwieiy is receiving Hie full benefit of the popularity of the muveiuent. There has been a revival of contriliutHns to which theold isocietv had long been a stranger. Car-ilin d Lnvlgerie. the apoatleof the blacks, whose elorpient ap|>eals arouseil Europe to the enormities of the slave traffic, has B''ht the society a donation of |l,UOO, and l)i<is EtigianiT GO'is'peed in the noble Work 10^ which she hns set her hand. Germsny comes in for a share of his pral-e, unci Prlpce Blsinarck Is laiided for the readiness with which he responded to the appeal of the Pope.ON THE POTOMAC.Why Cleveland Dismissed Pert Townsend’s Colleotor. Tliere Was Opium Sinnggllng—Perry Rclmunt's Puj»ers Signed—Oak-view Not Vet Sold, ■Washtnotov, November 17.—Secretary of the Treasury Kairohlld late this a/ternoon acknovvledgod the truth of the repoilof the removal of the Colleotor of Uusioms at Port Townsend, Washln-ilon Territory, l;ut declined to state what reasons the President had for so doing. Fr«iin other sources it was learned tlial he rt-moval was on Him a<-count of opium smuggling. Tlie removal had been de-; tormincd on for some time, out was I po-tponed until after the election. ' Cnloiiet l.a'nont atared today Ihst the President had not received an o er from bvron, the aoior, forithe purchase of Oak View. Puitlic Printer Benedlot denies the Storv that he intends to to resign ss soon as llariison is inaugurated. Tbs President twiay signed Mr. Perry pelmnnt’s eomn^Mn as Mini.ster to Nr.ffirt'llfflra'arTrTO tKe state Depsrt-mvnt.    _ China's Silk Production. WAsHi-íaTOv, November IT.—United Rt.ites Consul Seymour, si Canton, reports to the sute Oepartmeht that owing to floods the silk production of China will fall orl over one half. Europe and Amrrics generally get about ‘.¿I.001» bales per annum, but i I- year they wdl not get more than lO.OOO bales.' Tho value per b de la ^.'too, so that the net loHM to China from eilK will lie snoiu i:i,:U“).00)». anu tlie tr»tal will exvoed five uiiillon dollars.    >WEST’S SUCCESSOR.Lord Salli^bury and the Queen Looking lor n New Minister. Churchill’s Higli I-liilogy to the Americans Received With Cheers—Suppression of tho Olavr Traftic. London, November 17.—The Morqnls of Salisbury has gone to Windsor Caaile, where be will remain over Sun lay. It is said that a consuliatinn with the (¿usen on important hu-inesi to bi brought before tiie Psrllamant is the objector his visit, and it is not urllkrly that ths subject of sppo.ntlng a mi.iis-' ter to the Unlie«l States wilt be touched upon. l.ord Saiiabury is beilered to tie disposed to treat the matter on diplo-uistio, not sontlmeiiial, grounds, in which case no feeling of roaentment for the trosiiiiont of l.g)rd .Saokvllis would have pisos. The business will t>e seitlcd In a hurlness-like m inner, and tliai# i„ no reason to suppose that he will not have the connirrence of his Rnyai Mistress, who baa given no Indlnution that her friendship for the United Blaiee has been ooolod liy nont even is. BEFORE BREAKFAST. Itenrs So THsp and Nhort They Will Give (he Uciuler an Appetllr. Nkw York, Nov*>mi»er 17.—Judge Lawrence iiHs rranled John A. Stevens, the .tcior, a divorcio Irum his wifs, May U. Slevon-. New Yonn, 17.—Renr-Ad-m*ral Chas. U. ILiawia died at uoon to-uay.    • Jacksowitxr, Fi.a., November 17.— Thirtofti new osse» and nn<* doaih. AM returning refugees have boen ordered arrested.    _ Troy, N. Y., Noveinhrr 17.—Alderman Joh'i L. .Meexer wiM lorked in jiul tonight for slioot.tig an eigiii-yenr-old bov in the shoulder. .Sietuter waa'iryiug tu frighten the boy off his premises. Pierrp,.Dak.. Novemiier 17.—finches Couiuy iiss a genulnn case of leproey, tlie'siilij cl being a child uf .Mro. P.aii-■um, horn while ehe was a mUsionary lu China. New York, Novemlier 17.—The Oen-• rd .Ml-sion.iry t.'ommitt e of iIih MeHi-odlel Church at Va me ting this af er-iioitn, appropriated for iniAHÍntiHry work; Iialv, Í47,UUU: Mexico,    Curao,llttfiiM. BRIGHT BETTER. Ptend London, Noveinbor 17.—An Argn-meiit agniriat the at'anrdiiv of taking t«M) naieh noitoe of the remnt nopleseantneoe wav made by laird Hun-dolpb Churchill, in an addresa dellv#re<l to his oonitliuente thi< afieriioon. He deprecabtl any exntemeni on ilie anb-Jeci.and aij^lni-lereti aacalli ng rebuke to the diandard for Its belib-oja arthdea en the relM-tion of li e treaty, tho Re-tallallon M«*sa«gA of Fra.Idem Cleva-land, and the dleml«Mal of l»rd 8ai-k-Vlile. He defended and lauded the Amerlean eharao-ev as one of sterling lutegriiy. ’*.\mertrani,ae a i*aci^''he ile<*lare<1, "were set IrrUaliU or fl' lad bveu aliargod. They were JuM sikI loviwl jutile*." Th<‘M Words of eulogy were unex-peeled and were received wits eppiatiee. T.»ey lend to sllay what reseiUm> lU PBlgbt Uvt'sv?l?f4 iho FmkiottUsi Another Allcccd W.vt»erh«rel in the Tolla. IgiNDON, Novcmlier 17.—The isteat nrwa from Rncbdalo le that Mr. Ilrlght hna paeaed tlie orisla of his lllners and Is much sirong r. Every precaution L ukeii egalnai a relspao. A week has paaaod without another \Vhite<‘iiHpel murdi r. One ie looked fur at any moment; the people expe<'t it; all confidence In tlie police to prevent at well as to detect the crime 1- luau home liitereat tins been excited by the snnniinoement mntgni, that the deteo-tivea have made an arrest In e<>nn«cMon wiihlheinurd ra, and tbat lliey attsoh great lui|Mirtinoe to it. The' prlaoner Is a doctor. He was arrosted Ibis sflenioua and Is held for exsuiiustloo. The puhliu ara Inorsduious. • TUNNEL TO CANADA. It Will he Begun In the Spring—Orar llnir (h* Money Needed HrImnI. Detroit, Nnvemiier 17.—Tbs Detroit Rsiroad and'1 unnel Compsiiy was In-corporstrd this afternoon for ninety, nine years, with a ospitsi of |1,&00.U»0, which is more than half of iha estimated coei of the pro|N)eed tunnel under llis UetiNilt river h* t enada. Among Hie aioi'k Holders are Lnther Heecker, Marv Heecker, Luther rniwlirldge. Geo. A. iW'ker, Fred A. (iaker and Jaiiiae A. ilaiJeok. Work wiU beglu early In the Bpriug. IN TIIE SWIM. Republican Ratification and Parade at -Chicago. ITew.York Insurance Men Peaat Their Republican Friends. Detroit Organir.en a Committee of Cnc Hundred to Hxpuse Election Frauds. CmoAoo, Not. 17,—Tho RepuMlotn mtlflration and psraiis to.night was a creditable a lair. void woather liad th« eflect bf keeping a |bod uiaiiy «way, and the enthusi ism w ts of a milder type than tbat ihovrn im the pnradi two weeks ago. Most all the local org.sniza-llons took part. Most of the marcliar.s carried Chluvse laiiierns which, in con-nectlon with rockeia, gave the sireals a brilliant nppearam-e. About five ihsa-band men were in line. A Rig Dinner Lost on Clevel.and. Nkw York, Nov. 17.—The officials ef tho .Vow York Life Insurance (iornpany, prevloua to th« eieoiiou, laid a wairer of uiuncr at Mariineili'iii on Ciet eland's chanres, and iu-iii¿ht the eulcria ament wasen joyed by tlieir K pimlicun (riemla. I'oililcsaiul "soup” were exjUid«»il from the bill-of-fare, ami jokes, suugs, muaio and goud will provaiie>l. Detroit'a Committee C.‘*Onc niifidrcdd Ukuiuit. Nov. 17.—A Cominiiiye oA one hundred ciiizrtii’s was oroaaized' here to-day, to investígale itie election frauds. Tlm Coiiiuiitiee U ei}Uiily composed of Uepublicaus and Deiuoc-au. peciaiiy. 'i'hey an* shipped here from long distan(‘es, and ars feveri-h and hnngry when tliey get here; but still iliey an* allowed noUiing to eat or drink Hud ten to oU‘ I llevare ill iMtforeUi.'y are killed, and tiiai is the stud' we are compelled to cat. Why IVanco and Germany have iiotli pro^icrihod, or ftrohih-iu*d, ihe imporiaiion oi our pork, for Hie Klmpl" roa I II UiHt Hu y don’t like Hie Idea of I'Htciiing ihe d’ise:*K. n they ihiuk Hiey are iu danger uf, aud wlu* can iilMiiié tliem, and especially In view of the fact tiiat Hie liiiiish coTianI at riiicugo, in an oflicial coinmunfcution to Ins go\ ernmciii, said: 'Hog cholera 1-^ very provaieni in tne United Mutes; wiiole droves of ilieih are dying. In ttie faoiurlei. the dmd lio;ra are rendere<i inio laro, uiiirgarliie and eoafi grease.’ Tliis is (inly the.evnreM^inn of a general ae|i-titiicnt,.and m'Mn ,’ men well i»>sted declare that it Win bo. wdlnf agitution resulta in DBVing 'ivo Mto' kHhat we are to eat inspected tieiior imfore death."UNCLE SAM’S P. M.’SSome Statistics of Grover's Mugwump Reiga. , , Wanamaker Dliiea Lcvl P. Morten, PHH.AUkut'HiA, November 17.—Mr. I.«vl F. Murtón, after dining with Jnho Wanamaker, was eMCortedgio the Union I.«aKue Club House at 7 o'tdock, wit. re he witnessed the parade this evening*' After the parade a supper was giten to the disiingui-hed guest. No STteeches were made vf any sort. air. Mortuu leaves fur New York tomorrow. , Pi*cpnrntloTi« fior H.arriaoii'é Innugti-ration tu be .\on-l*.irtisaii.NUTMEG WRANGLE.An Bdltor Arisaulted as the Result of Politiotl BltterncEB. The Republican Candidate foi Governor and tiie Democratio Campaign Committee luvolvvJ. WAknPVOTON, Nov. 17.—First tant Postmaster General ^levennon’a aniiiial report shows that    ooal- msat rs were Bi>’.>ointcd during the past rt'Cal year,ov. rone-half h> ingon accnnnt of resignations or commissions expiring. imly l,JH were renioVf-d. One thons.ind six liiindrod and ninety-five offices were disfuntlnned, and 2.-.H1) cs-taliliahed. Two-itiirds of the offi *es estalil'died we re In'Hie Southern S;ate*8 and Indian Territory. Nine .States fthowcit over Ihn new oifices eslaldisbed, and i'eiin-jiVania wu# the only one iu lie N*)rih. The oommlttoc in charge of the Inang-n*^ation ceremiini«*9 Is hard at work. About Í14.UIH) has already been suh-KiTilicd. Th • coinmiiiee expcoi to raise l*4l).()0« bv snli'-cripiion and ti n balmice from the sale of iii*ksts to the ImH, 'I he members of Hie ' Kxcoulive fommltiee R-e (‘M.-bv S. .\oyes, A. .M. Happ, Jidui \V. Tnoiupson, ( . C, Glover, and Win. .M. Galt. The iatier vWu are Iicmocrals, aa ilie a air will t>e non-partisHii. I.RBI night at Rockville, .Md., near liore, William Invla. ageri a. coujmilied 'aiiinde i»v aiioodng hiin-elf at liic l»pd-ante of hie aick in iih**r. Tlie »ho'*k Killed lifJ*. Tan-e, Ihahcíiv. 'lue failier of the young lias liceri (Hinflued in ths insane ssvlum fur some time.IS IT THE ITENl)?!A Queer Ac.lng Enar’lshman Ar- | rested in New York. Thinks Hc’a Stll’ In Ijondon—TMctnrea pT Wui.R‘ii aml'a \Vhiic( hupei Curd FquiiiI on Him. Itri.'ht has i-ane i a wa-rant for the ar-r* St uf F.. .Srhuiis 00 Hie charge of eis-bezrlernenl. A dangerous flra hrok# ont in the drr-In'.'-rooiii of Hie iiiram W |iavÍH«t Co.’s < arri !ge Work.s, at lientnan. Flint and Wade air els. at noon hainrdav, liu| prompt work liv the ftreiiien stupi ed its progreea and coniiii d the lusa tu$l>Ot». timely“topics. New York, November 17.—A well-dresseii atranger accost(id a policeman on the street ibla afternoon and sur-priaed that oflVcer kiy aakiiig if this was ‘•Loiidon.’’ The policeman eatisfied hiinreif thiit llie mail was solfcr. and then asked lilm if he Yvoiild like to go to Hie police station, ,to wiiicli tiie Htranger assented, (»n the way to the Btatlon tiee.aldi “I feel very al'anTclv. 1 gueat 1 tia\« li* en in-ane. 'I lie la-l time i rernenuier l»eing a*v iKe I was in l.a)iidon, at Police lleadipiart-rs.” lie gave hiH name as Henry Johnson, and raid lie lived in the best d|*<trii*| of Hie We-,1 Knd. Me tod the I’ol.ce Sergeant tliai he Was bro'a'iiil to a etaie of cuiiaciivusiiess by hearing a vojce on the street, a.ivn'l": ‘•Tnore guei The Wliite-chapel iiiiirderer." AUei Hie man had liecn assigned to a (*eil he w iH aliacked with a lit ami was removed to the liellevue I1oni.iihI, Several phologniphs of Knglisli ladies were found in hia p'c-ketv, and alno a I canl be.iring the adilress of .Marv Juhn- Ali this talk anoiil Pre«lder>t-e1e-t Uarrlsoii liefng a cold man, show-í bow litt'f* is known of lilm. IIeae<'ined to get ()oi enough vvh«n that lady reporter puileri her note book on hiiik. Is it poN-iiife that Ibck flnrley w*ill be «'inwcd to\kib another man before the lawduys a powerful liand onblm? None of the first class bnainess m«n wiii kick on the ilnrty-tive r»er cent as-Be aincnt for the FxfioKltlon deftclt. Mr J. T. f'arew says he wants to be! ths first man to «cmi liv his clieck. Ths .Sh'll to (Viinii.niv are satisfi *d with ths inerei.sed liu*,irieaa luonglit them hy reisoiiof (he ••show.” un i areas eh er-fill as pos-ib'a over the tact iliat they inus: nay nr>, .sio it is wi ll other Idg Iioour>«. ‘ Hnt tlie littledhaky feiiuwa are mal. ing faees.    . Btuii, \VLiUtchu|>el, l.oiidun.A DA.NGEROUS MAN. Hartport), Cosn., November ^17.— The'e is much excitement here over the Mault made last night oa Judge' D.' C. BirdBali, of the Telegrsin. The Judge says: ”Last night I left my otllcesliout V o’clock. I noticed iLrre men following me, in a carriags. At a corner nut far from my bouse, they jumped from the carriage, rushed upon me, and one hit me with a club, while ihs others assaulted me. I defended inyseif us iiest 1 could, and during the melee a biilb t from a pistol, fired by one uf them,wont through the collar of a messengSr aiatid-Ing near.” The asauiianu wen; arre-ied and brought into uoiiri this morning, and siHioii'gti Jn ige It.rdsall eiiien-d a COI piaint of as anil wttli intent to kill they were held niuler a onarge uf nimple aauault and released on bail of y.'>,iK<ii. T,.is sTernoon laey were re-a. rested on lb* ciniiplidni of iiiriii.all,’ taken liefo.-e ■ nnihor Judge, and held in sJ>,inH)oua charge of assuuit wiiu attempt to kill. This bail WHB prompily fiirnishml by Morgan G. Uulkley, iiiw recent Repulili-cuu candidate lor Governor, who, al-lliongu C'onuecib ui hua gone Licmo-cratic, will lie chosen <«Oiernor liy ihe Ropnblican L- gla.alnrc, itirdsall' and iiulkley have Iwen at daggeru’ polu(.s f.,r sometime. Rirdsali has atpiuKed Itnlk-iey aavag ly in Ills |>aper, 'I'elegium. which liulkley soiue sinceclosed out on account of an attack made by it on the .Etna L fe 1 nsn ranee ( t inpan v, of whicli Unlklev was Prosideiii. it i-charged that limisali was furnished with funds to HUrt the rcPgram aga.n, him continne iu stt'ackn on Huiklej, by Hie Uemi ' r.itic 8taie i'ominitt e, and it is popularly auppo-«d tbat iiuikiey is Poli iml th m w pa.icr, Hie Reuu.dí which has fought the Telegram.AN 1tall\T1íiot. Dick Hurlc]^, the M*’rderer, cn tSe War-Path Again. Ho Ciiokes Hia Mother and flh'ts Fire io Her Ilrnise, and to . Slioot Hot! Fur.-cl I. ■STILL COUNTING. Tlie Rrsnlf of tlie Blaine C'lnb EleetloB Noli Vet Known. The r.iaine Flul) «lection closed at 9 o’clock last night. There were three tickets, niio'n ail of wpich was (ieorge Fox fivrjPrefident. and as there was no Opposition to him lie was. of (y»iirse, eiccir 1, In one instance Fox whs Hcraicned and the name of Murat iiaU 81-mi written on the tii-k l in re<l ink. 1 liere were 4<.l vut«-s chbi. A memliei of til I omiiiittt'e on Foii’tt e.tiii: .‘We ’.vili not b" tbrougli licforc ii o’clf>ck in flic 111.) ning.” A mcniber of the Flub went hi*11 b tter by saviirg: •*! v« be**u li.{.'e at three eiectiona. and I never saw worse scratcin d tickets. Thev will no| get (hroitgu lill noon. It was 11 u’utooil bt.'ure they tin.she ; la-t vear.” KEELY IN PRISON.A FIRE HORROR.^Attanoosra Hotel Burped and the Gueaia Robbed. Sensationrd Theory as to the Or’r^n (>r tlie Catuatropho. CPATTANopoA, Not, 17,—It has been rlscovere l that the Knronean Flot-l fire ilat occurred bore Monday, w.a» cf in-cindiarv origin. It is and that one of IJe hotel guests was murdered with a lutohet, and robbed of a iai’i^a amount c( money, and tint th-j hotol was then fi(ed to cover the crime. OlHccrs are aterching for the sunoosed murderer. Sánlinj deveiopmenia are promisad. Ons Hundred and Fifty Laborers Capture a Canadian Ratiroad. They Want Pay for Days They Were Idle, and ilcing lleftiaed, De-etruy a Vast Deal oí I'rupcrty. IjiiKRtiHooKK. Queliec, November 17.--One hundred and fifty Iialians reliellcd at Fa(|ueltevllle today btoAuaeihe Hereford Railroad Company woula not pay them for ths few days on which liiey did Out work Io Octoi>er, They drove all bauds from a steam plow and diaabind it. Two engines were run oft the track and dlsahled, and the tlmi>ere on a bridge were cut. The llallana now have (Miaae-alon fr on the bridge to Veimtlt-ion, and alihough wtihoui a leader, Hii*y threaten vbdenoe if their demauds are uot met by Monday.BARRY DEFEATED.Hb Appoal Voted Down by tho K. of L. Convent.ou. Kiidrrd Ij«ÍK)r Aseociaiiona Come to the Fiiiiuiflal Kescne of tlio Order With $1.‘>0,00(\ iKiirASApoi.TH, November 17.—The Griovance Fommitleeof the Knights of IjjlMjr today reported against the appeal off. P. Hirry from the action of the G«H *ral F.xccutive Board in expelling him from the O.der. The debate on the qiieitimi las.ed all the afternoon, and tiino tho committee was auHliined by a votsof lJ2to 'Ji. Iktrry was taken by aiir|uiae, Hie underaUnding being Fiat the (isse was not to come tip utuli .Moi^ day at the morning aesaioii. Kcpn HMiitatives of the Ginas-idowrra’ Atafmldy otlercd, lor toe ii<e of me Gen*ral Kxecuiive Boird, funds of their organization, amounting to $liu».iK.u. Other delegsles utlered other siim-, iiiak ng in all Ibid.ui.o. and u m a« voted that tlie iniieageof the delegatee should be paid aa usual. It was ennposed and honk'd »'y the better elcineiii of tlie community that when Hick ilurley -iew .lohii Kecting in cidd blood, lu .Morris' sal mon on Main streetj, a year or two ago. tliul hla murderous career would 111 l>.a-t be lempo-rarny (.becked. It ap|>ears however, that such was not to be th • case, for, aiior a very lirief stav in the • i iinty Jrtil,wlj. re he enjoyed u!l the privilcg«#, f ivoisHiid    III    wi>i(|fh could ti««i‘fe- ly granted him hy Mi'eri . .S<*hoti. he wa-iitmrHied. He ueen convicted of inaiisiaugiiler and aenic nre.i to hf-leen years in Hie Peniteiiti.ii v. .V new irtul was granted, and Huiiey releas’d or. lH>nd, wiui Jue Hrewater aivd nihera asaurelT. Since hia rel«nse he has a'-lempted the liv es of aevera ncr-ons. in-clnuing l.isown l»n»ken-ii»*ar,ed nioiher, Whom lie one morniiig choked tilmo-l into in-eiisiinHty, and Hien -at fir.- to the hou-t*. w h.«*h, hut lor the timely arrival of III' sotcr, wonlu ha»e hurned to the ground. On anoitier occasion t.e drew a mn on ‘'‘Ited” Udirell, and had •*l¡ed” not dis-appeareii hiMdenly, woiiM have ki'iid him. .\noiiier man e.\i ( r;.*-rn e.l a i;arrow escap- from being knif d,bv ilnr. icy. .\i Hie laii* elei'i on Hur.ey w.or; li foi Fox, Hoiihoii and .'■.•ti..U at tii'c’p-).»*-., and wneii aske i ov i;rr*w*,er iii w(#rK for Ha.'goriv, t..* rciTised. I nisrned i»rfc V'i,er. w ho is now pre-paring u» frdiii lliiney’' iM.nd. Hurley, It is d, has tie.rd of Brew-ler'e m.leiii.oiis and iia-* awora vengeance. and II' he genend y.endesvors to execuTe a Hiri ai waen once iioiTe, i' likeiy to iMiiKe irivnple .ior llrew.'ter V. ho, it IN claimed. IS prep: rpd (or I m. Keaiiiig’a f’riMidg lijiv ni. de * vei t nf-fori to h.ive Hurley hrougnt to trial, bill in vain. Ihe acMon of I'rosfcnior 1 iigh in lailmg (•> call the is csJs-ing cousidernbie c >iiimerit. THREE FIRE ALARMS Tb« Pamons Motor .vfnit l.ockcd Fp Till lie Tells Ills .*i|cret. Priir, vnKi.PHiA, November 17.—Inventor John W, KeelVBiirr*-ndered him-Nclt 111 court tills afternoon, afier the writ of Htiacbiuent had bten sent out against him. Through hisennnsel, Mr. Murphy, h« nnde a long s atement that he had n ally coiufdi-d vv uh the orders of thf I court, and jintlfviiig his poaition. Judge I Kiiiietier evimmiltsii Kecly to Mov amen-am.' i’liaon until lie Should nave purged hiui'sH oi contempt. PRINCETON WINSs Old A Oiime er reoirmll rroM llMrv«r«l. N aw York, Nov. 17.—Tbe pama of foot-boil to-da.v beiwesD tbe Fiiiiceton and Harvard e uba, was won by I'riuueluo. Beure, IN to (L    ' ^ DÍstAS¿ü*MEAT ■•14 lo M ««Id la This rtfy. Held a man wall known on 'Fhnnge, and who does not ulk (or the fuu of Uiklngi *’l know that dta'aaed live eteck la •old iu the LlOtitnuaU marital, hogs ##• THE “OLD JOYS" Help Onl n < orariMle With n Itcnelli. The to'timonlrl b.*ne'll aiiterUiniiisnl laal idglit at .Memorial Hall, on .S.xt i Biie*L to Joocp'i W, J«ihnaon. un ler ths aii»pi(Kis of Hie Woinan’a Relief Forpa '¿¿I, wa» a Jellghirui uccasion tii sil of itr feainrss. 'I'lis prograiiim« «nmaUied uf ninoieen parts, ami intereailng throughout, and it cunid’not have N'l II olber-wise under liie skltlad iiianagameni of (omrana J. H. Hoii«i. Boma uf ilie miiaicat nniiiLia.’a wer« truly lieuuilful, V. hoe the tableaux weresve'yiuing Hiat tlietyscould wish fur, Ths third iinui-Iter, a SI ng liV Mia. Georgs F. Weiim r; the fuuiHi. ••f’ocitt Noah.” by «..uiiiiuds J. H. liurtnii. Slid the puislc of .Miss ( arris Hstmaker wers .the moat euter-laliilug features of the evaulng. Golninbta (’ollegw Admits Women. N«vc York, Novtrniier 17.—After j rara of agliation, the trustees uf Folumina ('ollege have dsoi levl Ut stiinlt wouisii as pnplia. Young men wilt not lie avlmittcil into tha sains olasn.rfMima with the wiv/ man. Nepurais huildliiga wUi be used iur alasfs u( teob aex. Torn 810,000 III tie Inn M lieclbnrreiv Faclory, About htlf-pa*vi ti'’e o’clo<*k l»*vt night an alarm uf lire wan turned In froni nox II, «*>.rner of Front and .Main sire la. caliing tiie Fire Itcpaiunciu to u idaz.-in an old tuiiitde-dovvn or:ck stable in the alley Itei ween .M.iln and Syi umore and Front niM Hfcoinl street-, .situated as it v\ an, iivhi in tiie ¡ctd'l of ilc lag vvhiakj and w hol<*Ni.le UoU'Ch, ihere w um coiiN eriiaiioii (oi I V idle iimoiig ihemer-chuniH Mild nii'iiic'- men m Hlo neigh-liorhO 'i!, i'u: a-t.oon as ihet-iiglnca .foi ill work Hi idiiec wiiSfoon exilngii!«hcn. 'I'hc loH* w in not excctd JUhi. M Pile a ilozeil engi.icH w r - congregated at ihe firsadoui.i ularm waa turnevi in from box i>4. 'iinatoi si (le't and ilarnsi, an<t in a :ew- momeiUs was (nbowed Py a Ihiru. Tlie eiiulncs “look up” us rap'dlr a-t'O alble and nr .Kw for iii« Gesl ami llsrriei 'ir< el where tiis vvne.d-barrow fmlnry of His John I'Caiiiby I .M'tiuirac.iu iig (onr any. Nos. 7n. 7*.' and Ml I'elilfi street, wa- u sidid mass of ! Iluiiiea. 1 lb- fat lory >s a** Hiorv -and-tiHM uisnl I'flck stri.ciur,, aiMiul thirty iecl front an I tn.e linmlrol leet ilecp. (»n ths wsMi Hide is a frame idiice , tui on liio cu-t Ihs boiit r-ruoiu slid irsms dry-hou'd. A»'**ul 5::io o’clock a lltils daiiglitsr of James .Mason, Hie snv'lneer, w no was keeping tisi lather (’onii>unv in Hn> ih>iI-er rooni. dl-covereU a rlie In s Itsirid of shavings nini'r SMtHiiway Icsciig t< U.e la. lor,V anove. .She at i iics gave Hi»-aiai'm, and in ■ isw minute* Hie i n ti:<o« tai.poiide |, but l*y the llms Ihsv airived ins fi.iins- usti spread ail ovcr^b - tlry-hoiiNS sod intti iiiS upper storleu of tiie facttnv. liv hard worg Hie firsnteii suiCsstied III ('tiefining ihs ilamss to ihe rsur ; art ol ths ii|q»«r siorias and Hie dry-iiiiuae, tha iaitsr bsiiig U'latly dost ro.v Sii. '1 lie Iiamaga is cstlmsiati st almnt f 10.-Oou, ulHiooi.h Mr. rVariilsr thinka It wii go (sr beytiiid Hial ligiira. lit loaa mi niHcliliisrv Is alMnit «J,uut>, dii hnlldlrg 8J,')oU sod aiot'k pi,IMS), Tna insiiraneo is |.U,000, and plsi^l with .Hlmtiii Hiarn. ‘Ilia ctiiiipunv is coipprasd of John Fearnl#,v anti Alex Metthew«, ano havs l*osn III liosiiis-s sl>oui four rs.irs. ' .*N,iiiis tnrua vsars ago s lira las nrr d at HissMiiis !dscv,»na otaaaluuad auUsid-arabls b'ss. «... IS imimmA    I    mm    mmm CITY CHIPS. On Infnrmaiinn luriiithrd hy the Lovali MuuutsMurlug L'wwiF«oj,’M^uUa Kcwciitrir Amelia Kivea. (I.«ni'VlHe Po«t.]    ^ A Ifldy wiio liven l>ui a few miles from Arne la liivcN-Fhanlor, llie eccentric and faincus tmveli-i, is here on a víMit. and teilaineof S'lme inciilent'i und freaks roniiecteti with her rnarnage mat hays iipvci* appeared in print, I think. Th* noveli'i is nothing if not asusiitonat; •o afier me cerc.Moiiv, lh*t«ai of going iniinediiilsly sway oil a Itridal lour, slis ciiange.i llie w holo or.ier of things, I ackcd lier V» lioii* fsmiiv up, and i-tarl-en them offi up Hie couiurv, remaining ' in siipieiue    of her hoine^ where '.In* lingered several days before going l''.H'l,    , 1 lie nik'ijl of the wadding the house rfinained nriliiantly liilited farafier (he gr:^v e'reak'of tiiwnlii up the ea->ieru horizon, ami the pfVtty l>n<ie w .h -er^n, tlitting tiironcli the n>oins. first In hsf own iin<i liK-n in the |):irlor. where sue idaveti her harp and «ang many NOiigs, The,lav w* N fully iiorn iiefois site saw til to seek rest, and not until H o’clocli ■tinner vvhn annoticstl did she make hv| api>earat»ce. 'I lie 'tory onblishS'i that Mt't. Chsnler vv ss confirmen in ner oi-til ro e, my in» forrnHiit tella me. Is liiefHily true, o*ily iliHi it was onianiei.isd with tiaintv and ext|UiNU frills aim turlieio vs, i-nn woiiid nave done cretin to a l>si.-.irs's onlv for llie slisne of llie garineiil. It la also -aid liiat when the Hislion connrm d the prctiv '_'irl. tier lovolineMi 'O iiazed the t.iod'man tha' he hardly knew how tc pcrfoi.) Hie serv ice. Dou't Wuiil MoiiNtaciics ou Their (.'onrhiKCH. (rblliidslvlilii llmev.1 If anyone no iy. as p(H*iii«rly dlsgrnn* tied expression bii the faces of mo t of j the i'liiliKieipbla con«'hmen. they may know tliat it is all locaiisi* the.r nu-tres'e-s, istwing to ths di<*iaiHS of fitsii. Ion, will not allow them lo wear tlieif inoiistafioH. 'l iic iiverNL'e coii*lim:4o is orotid of hi'* moiiNtuche, to have Ni.cnfice it is aorciv leit. Nm ion*r sines a eoi,ell mall o ereii to work fr*i lK> • mi.iuti less if allowed lo keep bis lUOu*» Uche, and, b.*ii.g refused, quit. RIVER INtTlLIGENCE. FlNrt.*«ifATI. .S’ovemhsr 17, IW4 River. ?• test z InchesHUd rising. Fair. I'lnwiii'Ru. I’a., Vovt-mioir 17. -H vsr lufeat 7 liici)'* hikI rlsinx C.e..r. W iu si i'O. 'V. Va.. Novenaherl7.-Riv#r W re>*i nno rl Ini. Kutr. P vBKKK'SCiio. Novemlier 17.—River U feel I liii li anil fatll 'g hair. I’ll >Hi.ran»\, SoveiiHier 17.-Rlver II feel • ln«*lif« andriHiiig. • loiKijr. Fam.KKHi'un. Kv.. Novc'TiKer 17,—Klver W feel u liicliea aiKl rGliif Clear. Oiiraa TItcy’ll Gci Thi Ir W*r«K Tli« old employe'* * f the (irainl Hotel are Hhoni to uring an*ii, through Hln* k ami llockliold, Ngalnat J.ihn /ninatein, Receiver, for their salarlea agcregatlng gi’HiSto. h l.s likc.T iliai Mr. /nmai. In will |niv ilii'lrcia Ills Inasiiiiich nr labor IS a preferreil c dm in th'sB'aia. and ih# hoPd ha* Ih»*ii vei v pro-;x.ruus eiuoa It cams into in* liands. 9ti>,000 Tliiet raiighf. Taooma, vv. T., Nov. 17.—Fred A, .Slofpsoii, the Northern Pacific I'.xprsaa cP rk who HUile a •lO.fMk) nackags Ua| Tueoitav. was raptured at Kanlooua, XL *U., this inoriiliiK. ftulUlrre* lioiiif Govrniur. Datt'W, ().. Nov. 17.—J. IL Ihnmaa, Treasurer, waa this afternoon eJeeUd Governor o( IhsHoldlera’ Home. Detective lUlpli Crawford, remrned from .New York iMt night slier laiminf Icisie lick, (ha shop-lifter, solely la l.iai clv^. P.. W. Iiewev, ot .New Yitrk, a men* bei of the linn of Urowulug, Kiuy 4 Uv>., 1» ot tha hb Nioholoa, '. I.'nb’ir'thsir.

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