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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH M0NDA1 FEBRUARY .18, 1889.'
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' TIRED OF THE
Dom. McCaffrey BesoTves to
Leave tlie Fistic Arena.
J. W. Clark for President of the
County Ball League.
SPALDING'S TEAMS IN TEOUBLE.
They Meet Some Misfortunes in the
GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAT
A younc Pittsburger interested in sport
ing matters spent a few days in New York
last week, and while there met Doininick
McCaffrey. The two had a long conversa
tion during which Dominick made one or
two statements that will be interesting to
the sporting world. The young gentleman
referred to returned home on Satur
day, and in a talk with the writer said:
"Dominick McCaffrey has almost resolved to
entirely sever himself from pugilism. He is
negotiating for the saloon now being run by
Harry Alden, late of this city, and I think he
will get it The saloon is well located, being in
Union Square, and McCaffrey wouldsoonmake
Dominick went on to state his reasons for re
tiring Tiom the ring. To his friend he said:
"Boxing is a profitless business in America
now; there is no money in it for the principals
and I have had my share of hard luck, lhave
TEAISIXG FOE MATCHES
during the last 10 or 12 months and everyone
of them has been stopped. Ihave, therefore,
not only been at considerable expense but I
have taken none the best of it physically.
However, I am anxious to have two contests
particularly before I retire. One is with
Dempsey and the other with Pat Farrell. I
want to "prove to the world that Farrell only
hit by a fluke. There has been considerable
talk about Dempscy and myself and I really am
in earnest when I siythatlwantto fight him to
a finish. If the California Athletic Club
offers a purse of $5,000, 1 will bet Dempsey an
additional S5.0U0 that I defeat him. I say this
io pood faith. If no arrangement, how ever, is
rands shortly I am determined to go into busi
ness, and it 1 do that 1 will bid farewell to
pnzilk-ni forever." '
McCaffrey is in excellent condition and his
friends are anxious to pat him against any
bodv. A Pittsburg friend of his will this morn
ing write him advising him to apply for en
trance into the proposed boxing contest for
JK,000. Speaking on this point, last evening,
McCaffrey's friend &aid;
m'caffeey's steoxg claims.
-Dominick McCaffrey certainly has good
claims to enter any contest of the kind that
may take place. He siood six or seven rounds
beiore Sullivan when the latter was almost at
his best. McCaffrey did not have any the
worst of it in that encounter. He bested
Mitchell in a contest remarkable for hard hit
ting, and I really think would bold his own in
the big contest I mean to urge Domi
nick to take part in the contest if
it takes place, because he is sure to capture
one of the prizes. 1 don't think that Sullivan
will enter whatever Jackson does. If Sullivan
does not enter there is no reason at all why
Dominick McCaffrey should not be allowed to
take his place. Certainly he is now ready to
meet any of the pugilists who have been in
vited to take part in the aflair. I am .fully
convinced that he will do as I suggest, and if
he does, his entry iH be accepted whether
Sullivan enters or not"
The idea suggested above opens out many
interesting features. If Dominick McCaffrey
enters any international contest that may take
place the question will be asked: "Why can
not Dempsey also enter? Why not; there is no
reason why he shouldn't according to his talk
and performance. If an affair of the kind
named should take place it should be a tourna
ment governed by the same rules that have
governed other tournaments. Now that the
general question is being discussed it will not
be surprising if some American club or syndi
cate offers an extraordinary sum in addition to
entrance fees for an international boxing tour
nament open to everybody.
THIS IS FRANK.
Billy Madden Explain the lUcAuliflc-Myer
CHICAGO, February 17. "Parson" Davies,
who managed Mitchell and Kilrain throughout
the country, in speaking of the Myer-McAu-liffe
fight, said, "There was no fight"
"Why did Referee McDonald declare the
affair a draw!" was the question put to Billy
Madden, the trainer and manager of the Brook
"Why. there was so much money np. There
was between $25,000 and 80,000 staked at the
ring side. Of course it haa to be a draw," was
the reply; "and some of the 'ducks' say I
couldn t manage a scrub fight That's all
rght At the same time I handed over to Jack
3.200 'cases' last night as his share of the gate
receipts. That may be "bad management,' bat
Jack and I arc stuck on that kind, and while
these duffers are howling about 'had manage
ment' we are stowing away the "good sound
"How long before going to North Judson was
the arrangement made?"
"Xmt, listen to me a moment The fight was
no 'fake. It was a terribly hard fought bat
tle. There was too much money up to let
either man win, but Jack and I nave cot the
stuff. Bad management? Well, I should say
A SOLID OPINION".
Benson Why Hippodromes Will Ruin All
Kinds of Sport.
Commehting on the McAuliffc-Myer affair
Harry Weldon, of the Cincinnati Enquirer,
"The moment that the public gets the idea
that fighters arc hippodroming, that moment
will interest in pugilism tease. There will be
no fighting if there is no money to fight for.
Pngilists are not going to get in a ring and
pound each other for fun. Let the draw fights
continue, however, and it will not be long
Before there will be nothing to fight for. The
"good" men who go to prize fights and put un
to much a ticket for the privilege do not care
about witnessing draws. They will stand being
bamboozled a few times, but there is a limit,
and that limit is reached. A few more fiascos
nnd the best kind of a fight will not draw
enough money to pay for the ropes and stakes.
Of course, the shoulder-hitters, rounders and
plug-uglies will always follow in the wake of
fcuch an affair, but they are no good to the
fighters cor anybody else. They have nomoncy,
and if they had they would not part with it to
see a fight"
A GOOD SELECTION.
J. VT. Clark to be President of the County
J. W. Clark, the popular local manager of
the "Western Union Telegraph Company, will
likely be elected President of the Allegheny
Countv Baseball League this evening. Presi
dent McCarthy is determined to resign on ac
count of having so much other business to at
tend to. Doubtless Mr. Clark will prove him
self to be tho right man in the right place if
elected. Heisanenthusiasticadmirerof base
hall. W. J. Barr, the present Secretary, will
alto be elected. Mr. Barr has served the
League faithfully and well. His heart is in all
work that he does for the organization, and a
better choice could not be made.
To-night's meeting will commence at 830 and
the first business to be done will be the election
of four additional clubs.
Chicago, February 17. Declarations from
the Washington Park Jockey Club stakes, due
February L are now all in. From the American
Derby 64 colts and fillies have been struck out
leaving S3 still eligible to start With the ex
ception of Lannes and Caliente none of the 64
are among the notables. The striking point
about the showing is that "Lucky" Baldwin,
who has won four out of the fiveDerbysso
far, contested here, has now only Ganymede
and Gladiator to rely on this year.
Midget Miller's Case.
Manager Phillips stated last evening that he
had received information from Harrisburg to
the effect that George Miller was not to blame
for the trouble which he got Into and which
causea his arrest It is claimed that when the
hearing takes place Miller will be acqnltted.
It is also stated that Miller is matched to run a
race against a, Harrisburg (printer for 200
THE BOYS DISAPPOINTED.
Spalding's Ball Tennis Meeting Misfortune!
In Enropcnn Cities.
TOT CABLE TO THK DISPATCH..1
Natles, February 17. Copyright The
Chicago and All-America baseball teams ar
rived here to-night after a tedious railway ride
of 13 hours. Messrs Spalding and Lynch pre
ceded tho party. The whole patty is greatly
disappointed at the lack of sporting blood in
the Italian authorities. They positively refuse
to allow any games of baseball to be played in
the amphitheater here or in the Coloscum in
Rome, though for the latter privilege Mr.
Spalding offered to pay $5,000 and to give half
of the gate receipts to charity. The powers
that be object to any one playing in the his
toric ruin, partly because the galleries and are
unsafe, but more because they affect to think
that such playing would be desecration of the
Our opening game in Italy will be played on
the 21th instant, and will havo to be played on
an open field, as there is no inclosed ground
suitable for the purpose to be obtained. W'e
expected to play in Paris the week following,
but our European agents wire us that the snow
is a foot deep in Berlin and Vienna, and the
weather in Paris is wholly unsuited to ball
playing. This news may cause a complete
change in our European plans.
Mr. Spalding feels very much gratified that
the State Department at Washington has in
structed all American Consuls and diplomatic
agents of our Government to accord our party
every assistance and courtesy in their power.
We will spend Monday in viewing the sights
hereabouts, Pompeii, Vesuvius, the museums,
art galleries and the churches. We are all
well, but some of u are getting tolerably
homesick. Newton MacMillau.
OSSORY THROWN OVERBOARD.
Milton Young's Recent English Purchase
Dies at Sen.
New York, February 17. The English
thoroughbred horses, Ossory and Prince Io,
died on the voyage this way of the National
Line steamer Queen. They left Liverpool for
this port on January 3L Ossory was taken
with cold chills and cold sweats, followed by in
flammation of the kidneys. He died on Febru
ary i and was thrown overboard. Taking
fright from tho tossing of the ship Prince Io
jumped clear over his stall and received in
juries from which death resulted. His body
was also thrown overboard.
Ossory was the property of Milton Young, of
the Mc'Grathiana Stud, Lexington, Ky. " He
was bought in December from the Duke of
Westminster for 1,000 guineas. Ossory was a
full brother of the famous ana unbeaten Or
monde, being bv Ben d'Or out of Lily Agnes,
she by Macaroni.
Mr. Young had already advertised the
services of Ossory at $150 each marc
The importation of Prince Io was a private
speculation of an English friend of Auctioneer
Easter. He was by Prince Charlie, out of
Mystery, her dam Charade by StockwelL
He Snys n Few Words About Some Loenl
Regarding the dispute between the New
Castle shooters and members of the Herron
Hill Gun Club Mr. C. E. Glass, of New Castle,
writes this paper to the effect that he has not
allowed to state his case in the papers that have
published Mr. E. E. Shaner's version of the
trouble. Mr. Glass denies that the party inter
ested in making a match was in a hotel in
Beaver Falls. He says:
"We did lefuse to have the referee appointed
until the day oi the match, as it is not the rule.
The rules distinctly sav 'The judges and
referee shall be appointed before the shooting
commences.' That is tne reason Shaner would
not make the match and the only reason. As
we conceded him everything else Shaner was
afraid that if the referee was not appointed
until the day of the match that there would be
Mr. Glass goes on to say that there would
have been no hitch, and that he offered to bet
Mr. Shaner $20 there would not
THAT OLD STORY.
More Rumors About Dencon White Coming
io the City.
The Rowe-White matter has come to the
front again. This time the story that President
Nlmick is trying to secure White has been
revived. It is positively stated that Mr.
Nimick made a offer to White, providing the
latter could come here with the consent of
Manager Phillips says there is no truth in the
reports. However, whether or not they are
true, there is a well grounded opinion existing
to the effect that White would be no improve
ment to theclnb. It is claimed that the
"Deacon" has seen his best day.
Can Finish at 'Frisco.
lEr-ECIAT. TELEGBAM TO THE OISPATCH1
Chicago, February 17. President J. J.
Jameson, of the Golden Gate Athletic Club, at
San Francisco, has wired Parson Davies asking
what terms Myer and McAuliffe would ask to
finish their fight before the club. The Parson
has wired the backers of the lightweights for
their figures-and it is believed an answer will
be sent to President Jameson some time to
morrow. Sporting Notes.
W. M.L. The Clipper Annual forlSSShas
Seceetart Scandhett, of the local ball
club, is on a visit to New York.
We may have the "Australian" ballplayers
home again considerably sooner than we ex
pected. Jem Carxet offers to fight McAuliffe or
Myer for So.000 a side and give 5500 expenses to
fight in France.
SnoiirtEr.G, formerly first baseman of the
Pittsburg club, states positively that he has re
tired from professional ball playing.
President SpAi,DiirG may find that there
is much sentiment in taking his teams to his
toric places in Europe, but very little money.
SAM Wise has written a letter to Charley
Morton, of Toledo, a warm personal friend, say
ing that he would probably play short for the
New Yorks next season, and Ward would go to
George Scattergood. of the Gentlemen's
Driving Park, Philadelphia, sold his celebrated
trotter Oakland Boy to-day for $3,000. He has
a record of 2:41. but has done a trial 2:20. He
was purchased by Walter Penrose for an En
glish gentleman, and he will be shipped to
England in a few days.
Another of England's famous jockeys has
passed away. A few days ago James Snowden
followed his compeers and cotemporaries,
Fordnaui, Archer and Grimshaw. to the grave.
As early as 1864 the celebrated Blair Athol con
ferred St. Leger honors upon him, havingprevi
ously in the year enrolled bim on the list of
jockeys who had won the Epsom Derby. In
deed, it may bo affirmed that the deceased
jockey's fame will go down to posterity chiefly
in association with the pale, white-faced chest
nut Blair Athol. Among Snowden's many
successful mounts were Maid of Derwent, with
whom be won the Liverpool Autumn cup in
1856; Strathconan, with whom he secured the
great Yorkshire stakes of 1866 and the great
Northern handicap of 1S67. and Paganini. the
great Ebor handicap of 1870. The late jockey
was born October 26, 1843, at Flaxton, in York
shire, and was, therefore, in his 46tb year.
A QUIET DAT.
General nnrrlson's Snbbath Unbroken by
Applicants for Cabinet Positions.
Indianapolis, February 17. This has
been rather a quiet Sabbath, and General
Harrison has had a day of needed rest. The
chief topic has be'en the visit of Mr. "Win
dom. The leading Republicans here are
not disposed to talk much on the subject
One of them, howevei, predicted that the
appointment would array Congressman
Bunnell in opposition to the administra
tion, and that the fight would be lively.
There is less talk to-day of W. H. H. Miller
going into the Cabinet than yesterday.
Let quite a number of Mr. Miller's friends
positively assert that he will be one
of the eight. They do not pretend to assign
him to any specific place, bnt the intima
tions are that it will be the Department o'f
Justice. It is pretty generally conceded
here to-day that Mr. Noble will be a mem
ber of the Cabinet.
The leading Democrats here are disposed
to criticise very severely the makeup of the
Cabinet so far as it has been announced.
In this criticism they are joined by some or
the Republicans. Their criticisms are
mainly directed at "Windom, "Wanamaker
and Xoble. The great majority of the Re
publicans express themselves as highly
Galveston, Tex.. March 17. Citizens at a
meeting last night decided to celebrate the
semi-centennial of Galveston In Jnne next by
a big inter-State drill and national military en
campment Thirty thousand dollars has been
subscribed for the purpose.
PACIFIC MB. BAYARD
Objeclslo a Jinjjo Policy, as it Might
Kesult in a Standing Army,
WAR AND POSSIBLY BLOODSHED.
He Says That if the People Want a War
With Germany They
MUST GET A KEW SECRETARY OF STATE.
The Ejection or the Chinese. Fisheries and Extradi
tion Treaties Unfortunate
Secretary of State Bayard, through his
official organ, this morning explains his for
eign policy. He dislikes braggadocia, as
that would create a military spirit in the
nation. "War might follow, somebody
might get hurt, and the country would be
compelled to maintain a standing army.
To guarantee the neutrality of the Samoan
Islands also opens up a possibility of war.
He considers it' unfortunate that the
Chinese, fisheries and extradition treaties
Baltimore, February 17. A "Washing
ton special to the Baltimore Sun, based on
conversations held with Mr. Bayard, gives
an outline of the policywhichhascontrolled
the actions of the Department of State dur
ing the past four years. It has been fre
quently asserted that Mr. Bayard has had
no policy, whereas he has all along had a
very definite and a peculiarly American
policy. He believes that the American
people have a higher and a nobler destiny
than that of swaggering about among the
nations of the earth "daring" somebody, to
use a homely expression, to "knock a chip
off their shoulder." He thinks it is their
mission to take the lead among nations in
substituting pacific methods for force in
settling international disputes.
Mr. "Bayard's theory ot statesmanship is
that nothing should be done to disturb or
imperil our pcacetul conditions, but that,
on the contrary, the highest duty of the
patriot is to contribute, as far as he can, to
their perpetuation and development.
AFBAID OF A STANDING AKMY.
His idea is that the military spirit is to
be discouraged in a Republic except in so
far as it is necessary for purposes of defense.
Encourage the military spirit in this coun
try, says Mr. Bayard, and you would soon
have a war. A war necessarily means an
army, and if once the military spirit is got
thorough possession of the people, this army
would become a permanent establishment
Mr. Bayard, commenting on the clamor
in certain quarters over the Samoan epi
sode, said: "What is it they want me to do?
To provoke a war? I do not believe the
neople want to go to war about Samoa.
There is no occasion for it. If they do want
war they must get another Secretary of
Another favorite theme with Mr. Bayard
"is the neutralization of certain localities
which are useful to all powers and incapa
ble of defense, without dis'proportionate
cost, by any of them. He instances the
neutralization of the Suez Canal, by the
common consent of the European powers, as
an example of the important benefits to be
secured by the application ofHhis principle.
Some similar arrangement would have to
be entered into to protect the interests of
this country if a ship canal across the
Isthmus of Panama is built. It would not
be sufficient protection for the United
States to have control of such a canal. The
only adequate protection is to be secured by
neutralization of the canal by consent of all
NEUTBALITY GUABANTEES DANGEROUS.
Mr. Bayard sought to apply this principle
of neutralization by international agree
ment to the Samoan Islands. The proposi
tion that the United Statesshouldguarantee
the neutrality of those islands seemed to
him to be unwise for the reason that to
guarantee the neutrality of an independent
sovereignty, especially one as weak as
Samoa, would be to expose this country to
the constant risk oi embroilment in the re
lation of Samoa with other powers. We
would be responsible for whatever Samoa
might choose to do. without the power to
regulate her conduct. It would be cheaper
to annex the islands at once, for then, in
assuming the responsibility of defending
them against all comers, we would acquire
the right to provide them with a safe and
stable government. To do this it would be
necessary to build great fortifications at
Pago P3go, to furnish them with a power
ful garrison, and to maintain a strong fleet
in the South Pacific. The cost would be
enormous, and after all this expenditure
American interests in Samoa would not be
as safe as under a guarantee by the powers
interested of the neutrality of the islands.
Mr. Bayard looks npon the rejection of
the Chinese, Fisheries and Extradition
treaties as unfortunate for the country. He
does not regard the action of the Senate as
justly involving any reflection npon the
actual merit of the treaties themselves.
THE DEADLY SAUSAGE
Carries Destruction Into a Family, Killing
Philadelphia, February 17. Last
Tuesday one of the children of August
Lemmann was sent to a neighboring
butcher shop for some meat, and
was given a piece of Vienna, or
half-smoked sausage, of which she and two
of her sisters ate quite heartily. On Thurs
day Gertrude, aged 7, was taken ill with
symptoms of poisoning, and on the two suc
ceeding days Margarite, aged 5, and Freida,
aged 8, were also taken sick with similar
Ail were removed to a hospital, where
Gertrude and Margarite died, and Freida
has bnt little, ifany chance of recovering.
Two other daughters, aged 3 years and 18
months respectively, were taken with con
vulsions and removed to the hospital, bnt
will recover, as they ate very sparingly of
BELLE STARR'S DIARI
Said to Contnln Many Thrilling Adventures
of the Female Desperado.
St. Louis, February 17. Advices from
the Indian Territory say that the journal or
diary of Belle Starr, the noted female ban
dit of the Territory, has been obtained from
the Starr ranche. Belle intended to publish
it as an autobiography.
The matter contained therein is replete
with thrilling anecdotes of personal adven
tures, but the most remarkable featnre of all
are disclosures concerning crimes in Texas
and the Indian Territory, which will tend
to prove that innocent men have been sen
tenced on various occasions. It is also a
matter of curiosity that the names of pro m
inent persons are connected with certain
crimes that have been committed in recent
years. Some of the sketches in Belle Starr's
journal are humorous.
THE BOTTOM DROPPED OUT.
A Scrnnton Street Falls Through Into an
Scbanton, February 16. Thirty feet of
the surface over an abandoned mine on Mul
berry street, caved in this afternoon, break
ing off the gas and water pipes and stopping
Gas from a broken pipe ignited, and be
fore it could be turned off exploded several
times with terrific force, the conenssion
knocking people down and endangering the
surrounding property. The residents in
that section of the city are now without
Will Have to be Made If AH tho Wonld-Be
Stars Are Added to tho Shield
. Hard to Get Nnmes for Some
of tbo New States
ISrrCIAI. TELEOBAM TO TUE DISFATCH.1
Washington, February 17. The states
men are trying to make all the geographies
obsolete before schools becin next winter,
and there is a fair prospect of their success.
Five new States will be in the
Union before December, and the division
of Dakota will call for new maps and
compel the children to learn new boundaries
and new capitals. Mr. Springer expects to
get the new Territory of Oklahoma created
beiore March 4, and the maps of Indian Ter
ritory and Texas will have to be revised, be
cause generous geographers, taking pity
upon the meager proportions of Texas,have
generallv credited the public land strip, or
No Man's Land, to the Lone Star State.
The pending Indian appropriation bill
authorizes the President to appoint five
commissioners, three of one political party
and two of the other, to negotiate with the
Cherokees for the purchase of the tract
known as the Cherokee Outlet, and with the
five civilized tribes for their shares of
Oklahoma, and also to treat with the five
civilized tribes looking to the admission of
their Territory or any part thereof, into the
United States as a State or Territory on an
equal footing with the existing States and
Territories, and the admission of their
people to full and complete citizenship of
the United States, the agreement reached to
be submitted to Congress and the Councils
of the Five Nations for ratification.
This contemplates a new Territory or
State east of Oklahoma and embracing the
eastern half of what is called Indian Terri
tory, but which is not a Territory at allin
the sense in which Dakota and New Mexico
are Territories. The only appropriate name
for this new State or Territory would be In
diana, and the people who have been trying
to get up new names for Dakota and Wash
ington and New Mexico will probably ask
the present State of Indiana to change its
name to Harrisonia or "Wabash.
MOVED UP A PEG.
FIttsbnrB Gets Into Eighth Place In the List
of Clearing Ilonscs.
Boston, February 17. The following
table, compiled by the Post, shows the ex
changes of the principal Clearing Houses in
the United States for the ' week ending
February 16, 1889, with rates per centof
increase or decrease, as compared with
the amounts for the corresponding week in
New York 718.00,13: 38.1 ,...
Boston ...... 93,72i4S8 13.4 ....
Philadelphia 64,15,3U 13.6 ....
CMcaro.. 62.421,000 20.2 ....
St. Louis 19,199,014 17.2 ....
San Francisco J6.tOG.C56 .... S.O
Baltimore in-iMJ 2U
Pittsbure 12.289.229 19.5 ....
New Orleans 12.004.290 23.6 ....
Cincinnati 10.72o.339 11.2
KansasCitv. S 124,353 3I.S ....
Loulsiillc 7,661,212 22.8 ....
Providence 6,SG,8CO 5.8 ....
Milwaukee 5,238,100 32.6 ....
St. Paul 3,537,230 0.3 ....
Omaha 3,K!3,S 22.0
Minneapolis 3,462,971 15.9 ....
Denver 3,4O,930 51.3
Galveston 1,378.749 73.4
Detroit 4.331,334 11.7 ....
Cleveland 3,2I,050 13.6 ....
Indianapolis 1.699,253 .... 7.2
Memphis 2,7S7,547 3.5 ....
Columbus 2,160,530 0.5 ....
Hartford 1,704,383 .... 0.1
.NewHaven 1,157,557 5.4 ....
Hlchraond 2,350,940 42.4 ....
Peoria 1,568,367 14.2 ....
.Norfolk 1,004,882 9.3 ....
Wichita 70C,IS2 3.7 ....
Los Aiifreles 81o,300 .... 26.1
rortland 973,179 19.4 ....
Springfield 1.754.070 64.4 ....'
St. Joseph 1.418,53.1 7.0 ....
Dulnth.. 1.970,036 93.3 ....
Worcester. 941,444 2.8 ....
Lowell 756.950 4.8
byracuse 646,406 5.7 ....
GrandKaplds 563,172 0.8 ....
Topeka..: 329.629 60.0 ....
SIOUX City' 412.133
Total tl,097,139,727 26.5
Outside New York 379,040.490 15.6
Not Included In totals; no Clearing House last
G0VEKN0R LARRABEE INDICTED,
Charged With Libelling a Woman Who
Wanted Her Son Pardoned.
Des Moines, February 17. The Polk
county grand jury, by a vote of 6 to 1, has
indicted Governor Larrabee for criminal
libel. A Mrs. Turney has been for months
tryine to secure the pardon of her son,
Chester Turney, who was sentenced to 17
years in the penitentiary for theft. She
charges that the youth's conviction, which
occurred three years ago, was due to fraud
in the interest of a number of persons who
undertook to lynch him and feared that his
acquittal would injure them.
Governor Larrabee has refused again and
again to grant a pardon, and as a defense
against the agitation, published a pamphlet
detailing the circumstances surrounding the
case. He included an extract from a news
paper charging Mrs. Turney with having
two husbands living. This has been proven
untrue, the first husband having been killed
in the Civil War while on picket duty, al
though the army records fail to mention the
The case has gradually be
come part of the bitter contest
which has been waged for 6ome time
past between Governor Larrabee and the
railroads and will undoubtedly cut a figure
in State politics. This has been brought
about by the railroads granting Mrs-Turney
free transportation to enable her to keep up
the agitation for her boy's pardon. "The
general opinion is -that the prisoner was
guilty, but got a sentence much too severe.
TO DEFEND PARNELL.
Washington Irish-Americans Hold a Sleet
ing and Snbscribo Liberally.
"Washington-, February 17. A mass
meeting of Irish-American residents of
this city was held to-night for the
purpose of raising money to aid"
Farnell in his suit against the
London Times. Senator Stewart, of
Nevada, presided, and speeches were made
by him and Bepresentatives Foran and Mc
Adoo, ex-Governor Price, of New Jersey,
and ex-Bepresentative Eicheljeu Kobinson,
of New York.
Resolutions were adopted declaring in
favor of home rule and denouncing the tes
timony given against Mr. Parnell as that of
perjurers and felons. About 5800 was
A MODERN CAIN AND ABEL.
Edwnrd Burns Kills His Brother John With
a Baseball Bat.
CiNCiNNATi,February 17. At Avondale,
a village that adjoins Cincinnati on the
north, Edward Burns killed his brother
John with a baseball club. Edward isabont
22 years old On Saturday he came home
to Avondale drunk and abused his mother.
To-day John Burns, of Walnut Hills, went
to see 'his mother, who told him orEdward's
conduct John talked to Edward on the
subject and the two came to blows, in which
Edward crushed John's skull with a base
ball .bat. It occurred at 3 o'clock this after
noon. At 6 not a soul in Avondale except
the murderer and his mother knew it, Ed
ward is in prison.
New York, February 17. Sixty-fiye
prominent electricians of this city left to
night for Chicago to attend the National
Electric Light Association convention at
Chicago. The party includes John F. Has
kins, H. D. Stanley, W. J. Morrison, Clar
ence W. Meance, J. B. Edson and J. B. Ec
clesine. He Was Laying Up Treasure.
LEOMrusiEB, Mass., February 17. The
police arrested Wilbur Joy Saturday even
ing for the robbery of B. B. Andrews' store.
On searching his room the .police found 17
watch chains, 7 watches, '4 revolvers, rings,
studs, etc., while a watch and chain were
touna on nis person.
LEO TO HIS PEOPLE.
Tho Pope's Jubilee Letter Bead Aloud
in Many American Churches.
ALL HOMAGE WAS APPRECIATED,
And the Holy Father Indites a Document
Fall of Important Lessons.
ALL GREED OP 1I0NEX IS DENOUNCED,
The PnWIc School System Deplored, and the Church
In nearly every Catholic church in the dio
cese of New York yesterday was read a letter
from the Pope. It was the jubilee message
of His Holiness, and a very important doc
ument. The Pope first expresses thanks for
the homage paid him on his 50th anniver
sary, and then preaches a sermon evincing
great thought, care and study on his part.
The document is here practically given.
ISPZCIAt. TELEGEAK TO THE DISPATCH.!
New Yokk, February 17. The last serv
ice in connection with the jubilee of Pope
Leo XIII. was the reading in most of the
churches of this diocese to-day, of a letter in
which the Pope expresses his appreciation
of the homage shown to him the world over.
An introductory letter from the Archbishop
of New York was also read, in which the
Archbishop says: "I trust that the faithful
in this diocese will reflect seriously on the
many important lessons contained in the
Holy Father's letter. Acting on his ad
vice, let us study the life of our divine Re
deemer, that we may follow more closely in
The letter from the Pope is.addressed "To
the Patriarchs.iPrimates, Archbishops and
Bishops, and to all the faithful in grace and
communion with the Apostolic See." Alter
reference to the celebration of the fiftieth
anniversary of his priesthood and to the
gratifying manifestations of joy and good
will and reverence, the letter continues:
THE POPE'S ADVICE.
In the exercise of our high apostolic office,
bestowed upon us by thu goodness of God, we
have many times.as in duty bound, undertaken
the defense of truth, and have striven to ex
pound particularly those doctrines which
seemed to be most useful to all, so that, know
ing the truth, everyone by watchfulness and
attention might avoid the pestilential breath
of error. But now we wish to address all
Christians as a most loving fatber to his chil
dren, and in familiar discourse to exhort all to
lead a holy life. Now if an inquiry be
instituted as to the kind of life
men commonly lead, it is readily seen
that public and private mortals differ from the
precepts of the gospel. Too sadly, alas, do the
words of the apostlo St. John apply to our age;
"All that is in the world in tho concupiscence
of the flesh and the concupiscence of the eyes
and the pride of lifp," for in truth most men,
with little care whence they come or whither
they are tending, place all their thoughts and
care upon the weak and fleeting goods of this
life; contrary to nature and good order, they
will become the slave of those things of which
their reason tells them they should be the
It is a short step from the desire of luxury to
the striving after the means to obtain it.
Hence arises an unbridled greed for money
which blinds those whom it has led captive,
and in the fulfillment of its passion hurries
them madly along, often without regard for
justice or injustice, and not seldom accom
panied by a disgraceful contempt for the
poverty or their neighbor. They call self-love
liberty, and think themselves born free like a
wild ass' colt. Snares and temptation to sin
abpund; we know that impious or immoral
dramas are exhibited on the stage: that books
and journals are written to jeer at virtue and
ennoble crime; that the very arts, which were
intended to give pleasure and proper recrea
tion, have been made to minister to impurity.
Nor can we look to the future without fear, for
new seeds of evil are sown, and, as it were,
poured into the heart of the rising generation.
BOUGH ON THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
As for the public schools, there is no eccle
siastical authority left in them, and in the years
when it is most fitting for tender minds to be
trained carefully in Christian -Tirtu, the pre
cepts of religion are for the most part unheard.
Men more advanced" in age encounter a yet
greater peril from evil teaching, which is of
such a kind as to blind the young by misleading
words, instead of filUng them with the knowl
edge of the truth.. Many nowadays seek to
learn by the aid of reason alone, laying divine
faith entirely aside; and, through the removal
of its bright light, they stumblo
and fail to discern the truth, teach
ing, for instance, that matter alone
exists in the world; that men and beasts have
the same origin and alike nature; there aro
some, indeed, who go so far as to doubt the ex
istence of God, the ruler and maker of the
world, or who err most grievously
like the heathens, as to the nature
of God. Hence the very nature and
form of virtue, justice and duty are of neces
sity altered. Thus It is that, while they hold
up to admiration the supremacy of reason, and
unduly elevate the penetration of the human
intellect, they fall into the just punishment of
pride through ignorance of what is of more im
portance. It is not our purpose here to consider how far
evil deeas may prosper, nor whether empires,
when flourishing and managing matters to
their own liking, do nevertheless carry about
with them, as it were shut up in
their bowels, their seed of ruin
and wretchedness. We wish this
thing to be understood, of which history has
innumerable examples that injustice is al
ways punished, and with greater severity the
longer it is continued, we are greatly con
soled by the words of the Apostle Panl: "For
all things are yours; and you are Christ's, and
Christ is God's."
ALL TOR THE GLORY OF GOD.
By the hidden dispensation of divine provi
dence the course of things is so guided that all
things that hapnen to man turn out to the
glory of God and for the salvation of those who
are true disciples of Jesus Chnst. Of these the
mother and gnide, the leader and guardian, is
the church, which, being united in Christ, her
spouse, in intimate and unchangeable charity,
is also joined to him bv- a common cause of
battle and of victory. Hence we are not and
cannot be anxious on account of the church,
but we greatly fear for the salvation of very
many who proudly despise the church, and by
many kinds of error rush to ruin. We aro con
cerned for those states which we cannot but
see are turned from God and sleep in tho midst
of danger in dull security and insensibility.
"Nothing is equal to the church," says St.
John Chrysostom. "How many have opposed
the church and have themselves perished?
The church reaches to the heavens; such is the
church's greatness, she conquers when at
tacked; when beset by snares she triumphs;
she struggles and is not overthrown: she fights
and is not conquered." Not only is she not
conquered, but she preserves that corrective
power over nature and that effective strength
of life that springs from God himself, and is
unchanged by time. And, if by this divine
power she has freed the world grown, old in
vice and lost in superstition, why should she
not again recover it when gone astray ?
Let strife and suspicion at length cease, let
all obstacles be removed, give the possession
of all her rights to the church, whose duty it is
to guard and spread abroad the benefits gained
by Jesus Christ; then wo shall know by experi
ence where the light of the gospel is, and what
the power of Christ, tho Redeemer, can ac
complish. STEAMSHIP MOVEMENTS.
The City of Chester, from Liverpool, arrived
at New York yesterday.
The British King, from Philadelphia, ar
rived at Liverpool yesterday.
The City of Berlin, from New York f6r
Liverpool, passed Brow Head last night.
TnE steamer La Normandie, from New York
for Havre, passed The Lizard last night.
The Willard school building in WestQuincy,
Mass.,-was totally burned this morning. Loss,
$21,000; no insurance.
WALTON'S Opera House, Butler, Mo., the
Farmers' Bank and two stores were destroyed
by fire early yesterday morning. Loss, 163,000;
A wooden block in Dennisport, Mass.,
owned by Br. D. R. Ginn, was totally burned
yesterday morning. Dr.'Ginn's loss is 13,000.
The building was occupied by L. a Burgess fc
Co., drygoods, whose loss is $18,000; D. Chase,
Jr., fruit and oysters, loss $10,000.
I KWcr Telegrams.
SFECIAI. TKLSGKAWS TO THE DISPATCH.!
WUrben Kiver 1 7-10 feet and stationary.
Weather cloudy and moderate.
Bmownsvixle River 20 feet 3 inches and
rising. Weather clear. Thermometer 44s' at
4 P. H.
MOROANTOWN-Rlver 18 feet 3 Inches and
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JUST LIKE BEN.
Ololino Having Trouble in Forming a Xevr
French Cabinet Boulnnpcr Charged
With Attempting to Huin the Ex
position DIoro War Humors.
Paris, February 17. M. Meline is ex
periencing great difficulty in forming a
Cabinet. M. "Waldeck-Kousseau and other
prominent men have refused to join. H.
De Freycinet prefers the War portfolio, but
on the persuasion of President Carnot he
has given a half promise to accept the For
eign portfolio. M. Ilonvier takes, the Interior
portfolio. The other portfolios 'are tempora
rily arranged, but the list is not likely to be
until tomorrow. Senator Ernest Boulanger Is
mentioned as Minister of Financo
The only positive adhesions which M. Meline
has received, are thoso of M. Bouvier for the
Ministry of the Interior, M. Terrier for the
Ministry of Education and M. Doutresme for
the Ministry of Public Works of Commerce. It
is hoped that General Billot will take the War
portfolio and M. Bibot some other, but Op
portunists and Radicals are refusing to join, ,fn
anticipation of a short life for the new Cabinet.
A Radical manifesto has been finally agreed
to and Issued. It is mainly dovoted to denun
ciation of General Boulanger, who, it say?, did
not hesitate to oppose his own program of re
vision in order to overthrow the Republican
Ministry. The manifesto then says that tho
Boulangists are not afraid to paralyze business
and menace the success of the Exhibition by
placing their hatred of the Republic and. their
personal ambition above the highest interests
of the conntry.
The Exhibition officials have presented a me
morial to President Carnot praving for politi
cal truce in the interests of the Exhibition.
They Don't LlkeTlszn.
The demonstration against the military bill
took placo at Pesth yesterday as announced.
There were G0,000 persons in the procession.
Speeches were made against the Government,
and there wore frequent shouts of "Down with
Tisza." When tho procession arrived at the
Emperor's palace fhere was a remaikable dem
onstration of loyal enthusiasm. The air was
rent with shouts of "Eljen" for the Emperor,
and political cries were carefully refrained
from. The Dehavior of the paraders was ex
emplary. At 6 o'clock they dispersed quietly.
Tho East African Expedition.
Lieutenant Wolff and other members of
Captain Wissman's staff have arrived at Zanzi
bar. Sir John Kirk has also arrived. He is on
his way to Cape Colony.
Captain Wissman is expected to stop in
Egypt on his way to Zanzibar for the purpose
of enlisting troops for his expedition. He will
make his headquarters at Dar-Es-Salem.
Desire Trade, Not Wnr.
In the Spanish Congress yesterday Prime
Minister Bagasta created a sensation by a
speech in which he proposed a large reduction
of the army and navy estimates, in order to
permit a reduction of taxation without re
versing the Liberal party's free trade policy.
He declared that the time had arrived when
Spain must devote her whole attention to
economical matters, in preference to military
and naval affairs, and that for a nation that
harbored no warlike designs armaments were
not needed. The speech is considered a good
stroke of policy on the part of the Prime Min
ister. Increasing tho Emperor's Salary.
The Upper House of the Prussian Diet unan
imously voted the addition to the Emperor's
civil list. Prince Bismarck was present, but
took no part in the discussion.
Stanley's Messenger Ill-Trentcd.
It is reported that messengers who were sent
by Tippoo Tib with letters for Henry M. Stan
ley were maltreated by Arabs and forced to
return. The messengers, it is said, have now
taken another route.
Preparing for War.
The London Pojf, commenting upon the
"European war cloud" and the visit of the
Duke of Cambridge to Spain, dwells npon the
necessity of keeping Gibraltar and Malta im
pregnable, and hints at the sending of heavier
and better guns to those strongholds.
The death is announced from Paris of Count
Francois Jean Clary.
Ernest Henry Charles Dechen, the German
geologist, is dead. He was 88 years old.
Mr. Mead, a member of the Lyceum Com
pany, and a well known actor, died to-day.
For TTesfern Penn
sylvania and West
much colder and
Pittsburg, February 17, 1889.
The United States Signal Service officer In
this city furnishes the following.
Time. Ther.l Ther.
7:00 A. Jf 53
10:00A. M 40
1:00P. M 41
4:00r. M 43
7:00P. M 40
Maximum temp.... 53
Minimum temp...-. 39
KlTcratSr. H.,7.1ftMt, a rise or 3.9 foet In tho
last 24 hours.
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RUSK SAEE-OH FIRST.-
Wisqonsin's Ex-Goyernor as Solid as
Blaine and Wanamaker.
THE WAR DEPARTMENT HIS SIZE.
Calico Charley Foster Called an Air-Tight
Tip for Something.
HARBISON TAKING IT ALL COOLLY.
The GoTernment Preparing for an Indian Ontbreai in
The name of Governor Rusk, of "Wis
consin, is now thought to hare been per
manently added to the Cabinet nucleus.
Ex-Governor Foster is now given ont as an
"air-tight" tipor something in the same
line. It is now claimed that General Har
rison isn't at all worried over the Cabinet
rSrZCTAL TELEOKAM TO THE DISFATCB.l
"Washington, February 17. The net
product of the last week to the Cabinet
makers is one man certainly added to the
list, if those who pretend to know and who
ought to know are to be believed. It is
about as certain now that Governor Busk,
of Wisconsin, will be the nezt Secre
tary of "War, as it has been
for several weeks that .Blaine and
Wanamaker were booked for Secretary of
State and Postmaster-General. Blaine says
that Eusk will be selected, Colonel Dudley
that he has been offered the place, and Sen
ator Spobner that he has been offered the
position and has accepted it. This informa
tion is given to the correspondent of The
DfsPATCH by a citizen of Indiana who is a
close friend of President-elect Harrison,
and this able citizen also declares he knows
that the mantle of Secretary .Endicott is
about to fall on the shoulders of the sturdy
old democratic Republican of "Wisconsin.
STILI. IK THE DAEK.
For the rest, the gossips are still in the
fog of doubt, and the friend of the President
elect referred to would go no farther on the
road to information than to hesitate, keep
very silent for awhile, as though he were
turning some great question over in his
mind, and then finally to utter solemnly the
portentous words: "Keep your eye on Fos
ter," meaning ex-Governor Foster, of Ohio,
Foster of Fostoria, known to the world as
"Calico Charley." Though there are a host
of believers in "Windom, it is the opinion
of many that Harrison will solve the prob
lem in regard to the Treasury portfolio by
giving it to Foster, who is recognized as a
hard-headed business man, versed in na
tional and financial affairs, and in perfect
harmony on financial questions with the
principles of the Republican party.
After Foster, there is a yet greater di
versity of opinion. Thomas, of Illinois,
and Piatt, of New York, both have a strong
call for Secretary of the Navy. Miller, of
New York, seems to be the only person
really named for
THE NEW CABINET POSITION
of Secretary of Aericultnre, and Senator
Teller, of Colorado, quite as .lonely just
now, as the choice of the gossips for the In
terior portfolio, though the Senator says he
would not accept. For Attorney General
there are a dozen names mentioned, but
again, quoting the friend of Harrison he
fore alluded to, the President-elect has not
got as far as that yet. Apparently, the last
thing the administration wants is a lawyer.
Mr. Harrison's friend states that the
President-elect is not at all worried in re
gard to the Cabinet, notwithstanding the
agonies in which the Indianapolis and
"Washington correspondents have labored.
He has proceeded calmly and deliberately,
has avoided factional breakers so far, and
when the result is announced it will prob
ably be found that, considering the difficulty
and delicacy of the task, he has scored a
brilliant success in a Cabinet which will
hang together through thick and thin for
the next four .years.-
The Government Preparing for an Outbreak
nt Turtle Mountain Agency.
rSFECIAI. TXLXGBAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
"Washington, February 17. The "War
Department has instructed the commander
of the troops at Fort Patteh, Dak., to send
a company of troops to the Turtle Mountain
Agency to protect the citizens of that sec
tion from any possible outbreak of the half
breeds there. The sheriff of Rolette county
has not as yet asked aid of the Government,
having merely requested the local militia
company, commanded by Captain McKee,
to back him up in his endeavors to quell
the disturbance which has risen there inci
dent to the attempt to collect taxes from the
half-breeds living outside the reservation.
In his last annual report the secretary of
the Interior drew the attention of Congress
to the necessity of providing more land for
the Indians grouped around Turtle Mount
ain, and if this provision is not made the
President will be obliged to take summary
measures to control these Indians and per
haps return some of the half-breeds to the
Canadian Government. These half-breeds,
who belong to the Pembina band of 'Chippe
was and have nothing in common with Ket
tle and Cnthead Sioux of the Devil's Lake
region, to which agency they are attached,
are located npon and around a reservation
comprising about two townships of land lo
cated nearly 100 miles away from the
Devil's Lake Agency.
The Crnlse of tho Tnnderblltf.
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desire to send free by mail to every one. rrna
Specific Medicine is sold by all drnizists at 1 per
Eackage. or six packages for $3, or will be sent free
y mall on the receipt of the money, by addressing
THE GRAY MEDICINE CO., iinffalo, . Y.
On account of counterfeits, we have adopted the
Yellow Wrapper; the only genuine.
Sold In Plttabarg by 8. S. UOLLAND. corner
Smlthflcld and Liberty streets. mhl3-kU
DOCTORS LAKE .
OFFICES, 006 PENN AV&
All forms of Delicate and Com
plicated Diseases rennirins CON.
cation are treated at this Dispensary with a suc
cess rarely attained. Dr. S. K. Lake isa, memtier
of the Koyal College of Physicians and Surgeons,
and Is the oldest and most experienced Specal.
JST in the citv. Special attention given to Next
ous Debility "from excesiver nihil exertion, to.
discretions of youth, Ac, causing physical amj
mental decay, lack of energy, despondency, etc;
also Cancers, Old Sores, Fits, Piles, RhemnaUsr
and all diseases of the Skin, Blood, Lunss, Urin
ary Organs, &c Consultation free antl strictly
confidential. Office hours 9 to 4 and 7 to S p.m.t
Sundays 2 to 4 p.m. only. Call at office or adare8
K.Lake.JI.D.,JI.R ,C.P.Sor EJ.Lake.iLD.'
3 IL9 snffertatr from tho ef-
I M fecta of youthful er.
1 faa B 1 ron. earir aecar. loss
manhood , eta. I will sena a vainaora ireauwiseaieai
contain!? full particulars for home cure, free of
WF. F. cTFOWLER, Moodus, Conn.
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