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WHOLE NO. 731.
WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1886.
VOL. V. NO. 105.
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MUNSON t McNAMARA.
123 and 125 Main Street.
NOTION STOCK I
-;Goods at Half Priee:
The Mayor of Charleston, S. C,
as Instructed by the City
and the house -was lighted and burned. , "W insome Belle.
The refugees SOUht rcfngC On boats but j Special Cor. to die Daily Eagle.
the mob threatened to'destmy any boat that . Belle Plaixe, Kan., Sept
Issues an Appeal to the People
of the Country for Ad-
WE GIVE THE
FOR LEAST MONEY.
1000 Yards Imported Ruching at 5c per yd.
500 Yards Imported Ruching at 10c per yd.
300 fine Crepe Lesse Ruching at 25c per yd.
Mattery of Special Interest Promul
gated from the National Capi
Another Centennial on the Tapis A
Gathering of Governors at the
Quafeer City Preparatory.
600 Dozen new Style Dress Buttons, 15c per Joz Jnv
300 Dozen large size to match, 25c per doz.
Bradstreets' "Weekly Bulletin Shows
Gratifying Condition of Trade m
Throughout the Country.
An Appeal for Aid.
Cuakleston, S. C, Sept. 17. Mayor
Courtney today issued a proclamation in
accordance with instructing resolutions of
the city council, appealing for additional
aid for the stricken city calling attention to
the deplorable situation still existing and
asking the press of the United States to
give the proclamation the beAfit of its far
There were slight shocks of earthquake
at 2:23 this morning.
144. Yards Rosarv Bead Trimming, 15c per yd.
14A x arub tubdi .oca, 6Qo jggf Linen collars, 5c each.
600 Little Colored Border Handkerchiefs, lc each.
600 Good Size Colored Border Handkerchiefs, 2 for 5c.
5000 Spools Embroidery Silk at 1 cent each.
It will Pay You to make a Tour of Inspec
tion through our
MUNSON 4 McNAMARA.
Corner Douglas av. and Market St.
The Fastest On Record.
Blankets, Bed Comforts and
Sheetings, Shirtings, Tickings,
Prints, Cheviots, Sateens, Blankets,
Bed Comforts, Ete. Ete.
Far Below What They
Cost the Men who Made Them
For Hotel Keepers, Boarding-House Keepers,
Restaurant Keepers, Room Keepers,
and others who are now
KIXRMAX'S Ni:Vf r.N'K.
"SVasmIixotox, I). C. Sept. IT. The
Kingman national bank, of Kingman,
Ivnn.. lins been authorized to commence
business with a capital of $7.".00.
AT HIS OWN UKOUT.
Col. Chas. Stewart, of ihc ooi'iw of en
gineers, was yesterday afternoon by direc
tion of the president and at hN own re
rptest. plated on the retired lii.
Edward E. Bukirk, of Indiana, and
David C. Guthrie, of Ohio, have been
nominated principal examiners in the pen
THE l!UI)i:' NAVIK.
The plans and specification for the new
cruisers and gunboats, including the 820
Ion gunboat whose plans were changed in
comnliance with the order of the secretary,
arc now completed and ready for the in
spection of intending bidders.
OLEO Oil A' KICKRKS.
Some manufacturers of oleomargarine
have protest jd to the treasury department
against the construction placed by the in
ternal revenue bureau on the second sec
tion of the act regulating the manufacture
of the compound". The law impo-c on
"oleooil," neutral and other article of
like nature, a tax of the same amount as is
imposed on oleomargarine. It appears that
there are a number of iirms engaged in the
manufacture of oleomargarine whose busi
ness is to purchase and combine various in
gredients into the marketable article, and if
the compound materials are subject to tax
as has been held by the revenue bureau,
the result will be to compel these nianu-
factuiers to pay a double tax, as they are
also required by the law to place stamps on
the finished article when compounuea.
It is also stated that certain firms are
making large quantities of what is known
as "Oleo oil" which is sold and and u-ed
solely as a lubricant for machinery. If
the strict construction already given to the
Iavr by the department is adhered to
this material will also be subjected to the
t;iv imnoM'd on oleomargarine. The mat
ter is now under consideration by the
internal revenue bureau and it is believed
that when Commissioner Miller returns the
construction that has been placed on the
second section of the act will be modified
so as to relieve the material of the tax.
Circulars have been sent to all collectors
requesting information :is to the number of
oleomargarine factories in each district,
the average production and other informa
tion, with a view to adjusting the clerical
force of the bureau to meet the demands of
the business when the act shall go into
OK PKKDATOKY bVU'.IIS.
Special Agent Tingi". of the treasury de
partment, has returned to thi3 city from
the sealist of Alaska. Ho left Alaska
shortly after the seizures- of foreign "caters
had been made by Capt. Abbey. In the
case ot the British ves-el Onward. Mr. Tin
gle sas. the master of the vc-e! admitted
havinlr kilted his catch of seais a! mg the
shores of the scalist. The-e piedalory seal
ers, he savs, made a practice of stealing
ashore under cover of fog and clubbing
seals -which arc then tossed into boats and
convcf ed aboanUhip. to be skinned. Large
numbers of seaL are aKo shot in the sea.
and tins practice is particularly destructive
from the fact that three out of every four
of the animals shot sink and cannot be re
covered. Notwithstanding the-e lo--, the agent
savs. the seal life is increasing "with great
r;miriilv. The arent was not inclined to
discuss the legality of the seizures already
made, but stated that a law officer had been
sent from San Francisco to assist in the
prosecution cf the caes before the Sitka
attica's ni:w i m.
The president has commissioned John B.
Burbridge as postmaster at Attica, Kan.
IMl'OUTANT LAND DECISION.
Acting Laud Commissioner Stocklager
has rendered a decision in the case of an
Indian claiming land in "Washington Ter
ritory as a homesteader against the claim
of the Northern Pacific .'railroad company,
in which he claims that the occupation of
lands bv the Indian, prior to the filing of
the company's map of definite location was
such a claim as excepted the track from the
grant, and this decision virtually decides a
Targe number of Similar cases in "Washing
3I:nistcr Dealy, at Pekin, has reported
to the secretary of state two cases ot recent
should receive them, and attcr some
delay they reached the point where they
were comnelled to remain. Two days
later they were put on boats and conveyed j
to Canton, 'ihc value ot property de
stroyed is about .1,500, and Consul Sey
mour is pressing the demand for payment
of this amount in damages.
The second case is of still more recent
date. On Sunday, Juec 6, in the absence
of all the gentlemen connected with the
Methodist Episcopal Mission hospital at
Chung Kingand while only one lady was
present, a mob collected, broke down
the gates, threv.' stones at the lady, one of
which ait her index finger its entire length,
while she was injured about 'the head and
arms. Complaint was made to the officials
but the matter was treated lightly.
This is a serious case, vrites Mr. Dealy,
it may be a test one. It grew, as all our
troubles in China do, out of troubles ia the
Still later, July 19lh, the mob attacked
the mission property at Chung Ning and
destroyed it. 3Ir. Dealey tiled a piotest.
CABINET CHANGES ON DIT.
The Evening Star prints a statement, to
the effect that Secretary Manning will go
to Austria as U. S. miniter, instead of re
turning to the treasury department. It
says that hint as to his appointment is said
have been made to Austria, and it was re
ceived with great favor, and also says that
president has decided to make the appoint
ment of Governor Porter ua first assistant.
The secretary of state says, however, that
he has never heard of such an appointment
An Editor's Luck..
3lEMiMiis, Tcun., Sept., 10. The Demo
crats of this, the Tenth, district nominated
James Phelau, proprietor of the Memphis
Avalauch, for congress, by acclamation.
T.ATi-v lsorGE. La., Sept.. 17. W. E
Robertson has been nominated for congress
by the Democrats of the Sixth district,
over A. B. Irion the present incumbent.
New Oiileans, September 17. The
Democratic convention of the Ffith district
today nominated C. Newton for congress
overMr. King the present incumbent.
The llesult in Arkansas.
Little Bock, September 17. The total
vote of this state in the September election
foots up 113,000; Democratic majority 37,
000. The legislature stands: nouse, Demo
crats C7, Republicans and "Wheelers 43.
Senate: 27 Democrats, 5 Republicans aud
terday the cars of the D., M. & A: ran in
to town, and today there was a feast spread
to the D.. M.. &A. hands. A ccuple of
long tables were spread in front of the de
pot, and as an eye witness can say, the
feast was sumptuous. The whole was fur
nished by the city and country city and
farm v.ives alike vied with each other in
ministering to the wants of the hardy sons
of toil. A negro was heard to say: '"Boss,
I eat al! I can hold without a rubber stom
ach." The road that commenced nowhere
and went nowhere is here; yes, they have
got here, Eli, and don't you forget it. It
will be finished to Palestine today, thereby
savins- twentv-eirht thousand dollars the
the bonds voted expires todav. Tomorrow
there will be more transactions in honor of
the Moses road': tomorrow will be more
particularly interesting than today, the par
ticulars of which I will give you later.
Memorial Arch Dedicated.
Hartfokd, Conn., Sept. It. Ihc
memonal arch erected by tne town or
Hartford in honor of the soldiers and sail
ors of the war, was dedicated today. A
general holiday had been declared and
banks and manufactories were closed and
the streets crowded with citizens and visit
ors from out of town. Many buildings
were jrnilv decorated with flairs, bunting,
etc. Many grand army corps were present
to participate in the street parade. The
memorial arch was designed by Geo. Kel
ler aud stands on Ford street, forming the
north entrance to Bushnel park. It is of
rough brown stone, supported by two
towers that rise over a hundred feet. It
bears a large terra cotta f reize symbolical of
the scenes of war.
Bushnel Dark is covered with tents v. here
preparations have been made to feed aud
tent ten thousand persons. Shortly after 1
o'clock Col. Geo. P. Bissell, on behalf of
the building commission, presented the
monument to the town. Gen. Jos. R.
llawlcy received the monument for the
town, and delivered the address of the oc
casion. The dedication song was then
sung. The literary exercises were followed
by a parade.
A Fine Program, Literal Stakes
and Some Splendid Races
on the Famous
Louisville Courses, the Contests
"Witnessed by a Good
The Day's Enjoyment Marred
. Shotting Scrap Between
Brace of Iritaule Jockeys.
Last Day but One of tho Inter-State
Fair at Kansas City Other
On the Diamond Field Chicago Still!
Wears the Belt The Sullivan -
Hcarld Glove Set-to.
Washington, Sept. 19, 1 a. m. Indi
cations for Missouri: fair, weather, fol
lowed by local raiiis, slightly warmer,
For Kansas and Nebraska: fair weather,
followed dy local rains, slightly warmer,
winds generally southerly.
Official Vote of Maine.
Augusta, Me., Sept. 17. Chairman
Manley of the Republican state committee
telegraphs as the final results of the Maine
election the following: Official returns
from every city, town and plantations in
the stite gies Tolwell (Republican)
for governor 14,000 majority over Edwards
(Dem.). Our plurality on congressmen
is 17,000. The Republicans elect 148
members of the legislature, and the Demo
crats 33. Special effort was made by the
Democrats to capture the. legislature and
defeat Hall, but he will be returned by ac
elamation and elected by the largest vote
ever thrown in Maine for a senator.
Pmi.ABELvJlRrrPa., Sept. 17. As jrre-
sult of the movement upon the part of the
chief magistrates of the thirteen original
c..tm rvfn nrnvernors of as many com
monwealths met here to-day to arrange for
the litting observance of the centennial an
niversary of the promulgation of the con
stitution of the United States. This cen
tenary will occur on September 19th, 1SS7.
Ten States were represented. New Hamp
shire, Massachusetts and North Carolina
were not represented but probably will be
tomorrow. The following governors were
present: Pattison of Pennsylvania, Lee of
Virginia, Lloyd of Maryland, Stockley of
Delaware; AVetmorc of Rhode Island, Mc
Daniel of Georgia, and Sheppard of South
C;ito!in:i. New York was represented hy
Lieutenant Governor Jones, New Jersey by
a committee of the state legislature, Lou
nenticut bv ex-Governor Bigelow.
At the Continental notei governor ram
son delivered a brief address of welcome.
There were present also many other dis
tinguished visitors from the various states
and a citizens committee of entertainment.
After Governor Pattison's speech the party
divided into pairs and marched from Chest
nut street to the old state house. Here the
meeting was held in the room where the
declaration of independence was signed and
stanjiidg under the canopy of red, white
and blue they listened to an address of
welcome bv Mayor Smith.
Carpenter's hall, the old hall v. hero, in
1771 the first colonial congress met, eleven
provinces being represented, v.'.a- the next
place visited. At this place alo a meeting
was held. The governors arranged them
selves around the large table near the cen
ter of the hall. Richard K. Botts, one of
the oldest members of the eleven carpen
ter's company of the city and county of
Philadelphia" welcomed the visitors and
brietlv reviewed the history of the timc
worn" meeting place. Hampton L. Carson
then delivered the oration.
The business meeting of the governors
was c.d!e 1 to order by Gov Pattison. Gov.
Lee of Virginia was invited to take the
chair. Mr. Carson was elected secretary.
Letters were read from the governors of
North Carolina. New Hampshire and
Massachusetts, regretting their inability to
be present and assuring the governors that
thev were in sympathy with the movement,
and Col. J. E." Peyton, who orignatcd the
idea of the celebration, and who has charge
of the arrangements, was invited to the
stand to make any suggestions which
mi-iht have occurred to him. The colonel
in reply said that it would le a good idea
to have even' state iu the union rcprccnt
cn at the celebration next September by a
redment of soldiers. It seemed to him
that the young men in varioas states would
gladly avail themselves of this opportunity
to participate in the celebration.
On motion of Gov. Pattiion the orgaai
zation was made permanent. The go-
i crnor euiriresis also mat a coinumieu ro;i-
sisting of representatives of the thirteen
states and a committee oi citizens irom
A New Candidate for Pap.
St. Xouis, Mo.. September 17. The
central committc of the united labor party
composed of members of the Knights of
Labor, Central Labor union and Trades
Assembly issued a call for a convention to
be held on October 7th to nominate a full
city ticket. Accompanying the call is a
declaration of principles and aims of the
party, as follows : To secure to laborers
the full enjoyment of the wealth they
create; to make industrial, moral worth,
not wealth, the true standard of individual
and national greatness. Tn order to secure
this result the party demands the establish
ment of a bureau of labor .statistics; the
reservation of public lands for actual set
tlers; the abrogation of all laws which do
not bear enuallv unou labor and capital-
the enforcement of measures providing for
tlio. limiUh and safety of those encased in
mining, manufacturing and building in
dustries; recognition by the incorporation
nf l.ihnr nr'r.'iiiizations and enactment of
laws compelling corporations to pay em
ployes weekly in lawful money; the aboli
tion of the contract system on national,
state and municipal work; prohibiting the
employment of children under 15 years of
age in workshops, mines and factories;
prohibiting convict laborjthe assessment of
a graduated income tax.
The party demanded at the heads of
congress the establishment of a national
monetary system in which the circulating
medium in necessary quantities shall issue
direct to the people without the interven
tion of banks; that the entire national issue
shall be a full legal tender iu payment of
debts, public and private; that the govern
ment shall not guarantee or 'recognize pri
vate banks or create banking corporations;
that interest bearing bonds shall never be
issued by the government, but when a need
arises the emergency, shall be met by the
ksuc of legal tender, non-interest bearing
money; prohibition of the importation ot
foreign labor under contract; the organiza
tion of national saving institutions; the
acquirement by the government of all tele
graph and telephone lines and railroad'.
Hanged and Shot.
NkwYokk, Sept. 17. A special irom
Savannah, Ga., says: Three week., ago,
during the absence of her husband, Mr-.
Thomas Willis was assaulted in- her hou-e
in Rogers, on the Central railroad by a n. -
Mr. Willis defended Jiersclt wi.n
gun, whioh she used as a club, but w.t?
the point of being overpowered by lh
rm wIipii ji colored irirl. armed with an
axe, niched to her assistance, dealing the
r.csro several blows on the haul. The two
woincn, after a desperate struggle, put the
negro to flight. Tue-daV afternoon .Ed
ward Favrsaw a ncirro who answered the
description of Mrs. "Willis' assailant. The
negro was arrested and sent to Milling for
On his arrival at the depot there he was
recognized by a lad named Brecon as the
ncsrro who had outraged his sister, aged 1 1
years, near Milling, a year ago. Tiie girl
was sent for and on seeing the negro iden
titled him, and fell in a fainting fit. It was
a foregone conclusion that a lynching
would follow, and an extra itrong guard
was placed axnit the jail last night to pre
vent it if iK3sible The prisoner confessed
his miiltln Benson last uiifnt. This morn
ing Wilkcrson was sent to Sylvania tobc-j
ceedinc across the country guarded by offi
cers, they were met by a band of fifty
masked, well armed men three miles from
Milling Having obtained iKtesession of
the prisoner thev hanged him to a tree near
the Mxneof hN crimeTand riddled his body
these states be appointed to make arrange
outrages perpetrated by the Chinese upon nients for the celebration.
mnrimnc Mp- A Fiilinn and wife, i On motion of Governor Stocklev of
Gn.vvE3F.XD, Sept. 17. First race
purse for three-vear-olds, one mile: Little
Minnie won by a length, Einnostics second,
Birch third; time 1:41.
Second race purse for two-year-olds,
.-.! mile Sunbeam w6n bv two lengths.
fimninus second. Miisrcic "Mitchell third.
time 1:10 1-1.
Brighton Beach, Sept. 17. mners.
Beggar's Bush, Relax, Delia Beach, Bar
num and Jester.
Louisville, Sept. 17. There was a
fine program for the fifth day of the mect
iii"; weather threatening iu the morning,
luft rlPfii-Ml off about noon; attendance
irood. , , ..
First race Three-fourths of a mue.purse
$400 all ascs, 100 to second. Starters:
Finality, f iolin", Little Fellow, Dancing
Kid, Lord Clifden, Malva R, Hatoo. Lizzie
Carter, Cams, Etlie H.
First heat Malva R and Finality were
lapped, Etlie II third, and running easy;
they ran to the wire in this order, Malva R
winning by a length; tim'cl:16 1-2.
Second "heat Malva R won by a half
length, Etlie II second, two lengths in front
of Finality, third; time 1:10 1-1.
Second "race handicap, all ages, one and
one-fourth miles, slOO to first, 75 to sec
ond. Starters: Tonsv, Lady Wayward,
Wandcroo, Santa Ana Belle, Panama
and La Sylphide. Wandcroo won bv a
length, Panama second, La Sylphide third,
time 2:11 15-3. Top-y wa well thought of
iu this race, but she broke down at the turn
Thir.1 r:trc 1 3-4 miles, the great Ameri
can stallion stud vand to the winners, about
$0,000, had only four starters : Bob Fi-dicr,
Jim Gray, sir .lovjpn. ami onei v,iuuw.
Jim Gray kepi in front to the ft retch where
Sir Jo-eph looked like a winner and push
ed up first; his jockey lost his stirup and
Gray went to the front and won easy, Sir
Joseph and Silver Cloud racked for second
and many thought that Murphy had land
ed his mount first, but the decision was
eiven to Sir Joseph, Silver Cloud third;
time 3:09 3 1
Fourth race 7 furlongs, pur-s? 2.0, ?.-0
to second, for 2-year-olds, selling. starters
Mountain Range, Valet, Nora M, Legan,
Florimore, B. Blue, Pat Sheedy, NJ!ie J,
Jim Nave, Revenge, Watchem. They got
off with the racd between Pat Sheedy,
Legan and Nora M. and th"y came in
this order. Time, 1:1-2.
This morning at the race course some
excitement was created by O. O. West,
western agent of the Denier Bro"., of
Brooklyn, attempting to shoot J. S. Bran
nan, owner of Boot Black and other racers.
West had used obscene language to Bran
nan, sr , about allowing Boot
Black to be exercised in his
(West's) paddock, and West was
exeited over the affair when the elder Bran
nan came up and remonstrated. The two
began quarrelling when Wetdrcw a revol
ver and fired, the shot missed Brannan who
clinched with West and pressed the pistol
into Bmnnan's stomach, but the hammer
cati'dit in his coat and Brannan twisted it
out of the way, the ball grazing the llesh.
I'hev were then separated anu nave since
Ball and Bat.
Kansas City. Sent. 17. Chicago lb.
Kansas Citv 5. Baltimore Baltimore o,
St. Louis 2. St. Louis Detroits ii, &t.
Louis 2. New York Metropolitans 7.
Pittsburg'4; Brooklyn 7, Louisville 3; Now
York 4, Washington 1. Boston Philadel
phia 10, Boston 4. Philadelphia Atmeucv
tf, Cincinnatis S. Lcadvillc Lcadviiles S.
Topckas 4. Denver Leavenworth 0, Den
Denver, SepL IS. The directors of the
base ball association held a meeting here
and decided that instead of blacklisting
Darly O'Brien, captain of the Denver
league thev would tine him $50 and re-in
state him. " O'Brien accepted the comnro
misc and played in today "s game
For Scientific Points.
l'lTTSBUiio, September !. .Manager
Hughes says all of the troubles have been
gotten over and that Sullivan and Herald
will meet and spar six rounds for scientific
points without any slugging, iu Alleghcney
New Your, Sept. 17. The trade di-
patches to this week's BradstrecLV tell of
inrn!iHi distribution of merchandise, with
a distinct and widespread tendency toward
higher prices for staple goetls. 1 he fact
as telegraphed from leading cities are al
mast uniformly encouraging.
From New" England tho autumn bu.i
ness is reported in excellent shape.
Philadelphia reports satisfactory activity
in most branches of the distributing trade,
with no complaint of collections in any
Kansas City reiorts the Iwst business for
several months, with prices firmer.
St. Louis find-? Mill further improvement,
with free huyinsc in anticipation of higher
on i expressed regret over the affair.
n- ! New Yokk, September 17. Brookhn
., i .loekev club winners: Brown Duke, Nellie
At Louisville business maintains an ac
tire an firm movement, with the distribu
tivc especially well employed.
The merchandise movement at New Or
leans has been very brisk." with prices of
staple goods except ltor generally ad
vanml on the week.
From Chicago the report comes that in
all important branches of trade surprise U
expressed at the care of western and north
western collections. Some lines report that
moncv is coming in a month ahead of
time." Good reports of collections gener
ally have been received.
Iowa trade centers report further satis
factory trade movements.
Reports from St. Paul and Minneapolis
of general trade are again favorable The
dry goods trade of St. Paul U particularly
Tho loan markets throughout tho coun
try are generally reported more active with
a tendency to higher rates ami collections
arc somev.hat slow at Louisville on account
of low prices of tokicco and the reluctance
There is a marked revival of speculative
activity in the New York stoek niarkia,
Bonds of all classes are active and strong.
Government bonds advanced on purchases
by the national banks. Money is e.-wkr
though rate are firm at between 5 and (
The eastern wool markets an- no 1 s.1 f i
vorable for holder, the tendency or pric s
being upward. On some lines a nv 1 1
one-half cent a pound has been attained
B Mtnii reports remarkably favorabu f n
ditions in the dry g:od trade Cotton
good, arc closely sold up at the mills
Tho improvement iu the coal tn I r
ported last week is well maintained
The general Mtuatinn in the it nit trade
continues strong and prices are wilt wain
Sugar is higher; coifce has Ik on a I
yanccd l 1-8 cents a pound.
Moving tho Ki'dslctiirt.
St. Lris. Sept 17 Thru- J ui. . tt
and eighty live (h,ni-i;i,nt In-i'i 03
men, 17.r squaws ut I 147 children it til
in this city this nmri ing in twcLr ml
cars, over t tic Atehi ':, Toju-ka ' ' '
Fe railroad, in i-imw f Col. .1 .' I
of the 10th I S (: airy commit. . the
company guard TIm- lrtdi". irugh
not actively ei.g. n !;. G'om . j" late
campaign, arc n.v-ithks hupt-d tf
furnishing the hostilcs with provisions arid
ammunition, and the government thought
best to remove them from their reservation
Thev will proceed from this city direct
Ft. "Marion, near Jackhonwlte, Via , and
will be given a recrvntion somewhere tn
that state. Crowds of people gathered at
the railroad station to fee the real lr-t In
dians, and were rewarded by sciln.r lli'in
eat breakfast in a modern "reslatirai.t t
which proceeding they were evidently ai
customed. Among the chinis in tn pTt
were Becothlay, I loco, Ciiwo, Joi ill
C'nato and Bcshtmay.
Nr.w Youk, Sept. IS. A sjk-miI f-'i
St. Johns, N. J!., snya. Now u j i t n
coi vol here from iJe'le Ile tmlfc-atjog t t
Jockev club winners:
Swift aud Error
Opposite the Kaw
Knsah Citv, Mo., Sept. 17. Fifth day
hu?r-st:ltc fair, tine weather, good attend
ance. Summary of races:
Free-for-all trotting. $300, i00 added if
Harrv Wilkes " . - .
fimc2:27, 2:20, 2:23.
Cins3 25i" trotting ?".
Time 2:, 2:27'., 2 1
CIa2.M pacing, &':
Jrown Duke, Nellie a large ocean 'towuhip !m probi'.1
wrcckcdor ha had her decks w j t
..1 J 1
'."n 5 2
n j-i.il there, r a better precaution ; "
yneti law as yuiKersyn v. ji n Coumrr tjiri
Bol lc Da vi
Time2i!B,2SM,2S. . t ,
Half-mile heat H"J, uniinxsneu:
.1 1 1
Si 4 5
A ?. 4
I Gray Ekie .
i Timo .12 :J-Jt 53 1-J.
V ""7,; i Rac wiU U continues tomorrow.
A Family Jar and Bottle. Bchto.v, Sept. 17. The following U a
31u.wArKEE. V.'L?., Sept. 17. A special Uainniirv of the trotting race at Mystic
tn ti... v.vf-ninc Wisconsin from Eau Claire j ,,,,-v jr-f,r-
isavs a farmer named Uphold, living mx i o-,c!al
miles irom uneicK. cus. """ V"," f Viking
fmmnn ear this morning and then v v-rnav - 2
1 hunc himself with a bed conf. D'jmestic GWr2 A." ".
vary heavy gale of wind. 3Iub wr k ii
hfw'ljten wcdifcd aihnri' in thf Atx-x It
consists of cabin d'xir and l"ildin z Tt i
an.l other moterial. A maalrr t.1 d vl
caltlBlinve also ten thrown up W t' "
but nothing has vet lccn futtni w . i
to tlhcover the "identity of tli- ' --"1
IC v-vias Cjtt.Mo .itr inter 17 - J . !
Hugh Lynch, on of the DemorVi n i
t.s ft.r'ihi' ftrnnlr natirt binch- hit v'h
Twenty Tons of Above Goods on Sale This IMjwS
infelicity wa the can.. ;itex...... :
nffir Chubb of Eau Claire wa fatahy Syh-ial.............-:-
.,.,1 M!k AT-.t-v- Vnllnn ntnl .-! nf 1 lf H? nnrnr,' 11i plinir :i!Ointea a COmmilUC , ,!.. 1- ., ,ImrW.n TTLin WllOHl lie was iry- Aii - j-w, -"
T? ofll r n i Qll i W O ! Vmerican Pre'bvtcriau inisaicu in China, i consisting of live members to draft a plan, i jn to'arrest at 1 o'clock this aflern' n. . T.fjzJii
uv-tuuiwiiiunv m&siou hospital and station I and t he governors of Pennsylvania, liela-1 ' -- TCr..'-. T "SvV.'.'.'.'.'.'.T '.'.''.'...' '
at Kwai I'amg, aDOUl -i'JV nines souuiwes. ; v are. unoue isiauu, .nsruauu uu """ . X - - t - iJohniIakmy...
i from Canton, wntre they iiaa expenuea a j :a. were apiwinieii. ; yz
considerable sum in putting up bunding-', i A reci-vs -was then taKcn to cuauic uc . Uirou
.-ior-xi nn tiir w?ii i w-!inn? r-rimmiiiiv in nrcnare a man. ' cztfK
""foreim devils" must so in tbrtr . Z r . ! Candida. 33; total, 16-r c-mporcI with a
davs and their building be destroyed. The "ate w ar immmeni. , te, of 1T3 j. wxJc and I'M Uie tvk
r,-:.,.; oc i,,i won. r.i ihi lotnmof, ew ionic. Sent. li. A move aucctmg
isting of live members to draft a plan, i -m to'arrest at 1 o'clock
t he "governors of Pcnnsvlvanii, liela- " -
i:h.l Tlnnd Alan laud and Genr Failures for th
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Ns-.vyons. SepM. iU5ineianiStabbg ; ,
roughAat the country during the laM j iloi .
k number: For the Cntfcd State?, W2. n & i-j. -SSW, 25s 1-2.2
S. W. Comer Douglas Ave, and Main St.
A crowd gathered near the hospital and
Mr. Fulton set out to secure the protection
of the militia. He was stoned on hia way
and not permitted to return and no sol
diers were sent to protect the mission.
On Mav 13th a mob piled straw and fag
ots against the building occupied by Mrs.
and Miss Fulton and a little daughter of
the former, upon which the inmates aed
s pasenccr traffic from New York to the
west and south-west, will ue rnaae.io-aay
by the commission of the trunk line pool,
they -w ill announce a general reduction of
f roin i-i to $9. to all southern and south
western points. This is caused by tnc taci
air line has irrown restless" under continued
cuti made by the Baltimore fc Ohio via
vious to last.
f.-tinco. Seut. 17. The Ti
Sterling. Ilk., special says; -I. 15. G1as5,
banker, this morning made an alignment
tn J J. McDonald lor tnc ocncui oi nu
. T ,i-,2 nfMnht-r 1. lltwnwMi
- . M fAixitfes which are to continue until
cs Mui the end of the fair oa the 10th proxuno-
were iaangnnitoi lonrcn u '..
drill of the St. Ijousj Flamlxau battiilton
and the AUdetic association. comprx-sSng
loot uaii anu yun.-i
dmwn from the cuwlulacy. It t'
that lie will supfwrt 0;ngrwA:nan Y n. r
if that gentleman h reubmmatwl t .
KepublFcan-j for congress hen' e In- r
TheaccounU of Contractor Van A-k- i
in the construction of the rvani ( -tr
Wvandottc and North wwtern t.T vl
were Hitllwl today and work wJJJIr t i'. r
cnrrieil on by the new uyndlrat- A r :
ing for reorganization vrlll L h'-M U.K. r
row when some change will k-m..-
Iltrrriiisfto, Kan., Sept. 17 Jatrv
lleihie. an old V)ldicr. m found tcla
!i uftowi miles Koth of te p!r.c w.th
his throat cut from car to ear and hU l.vl
nriy haggltfl oil. He lircl abn aad i
ram-icd to hav twnmHtol pjir. It
j U4jng an old butch'-r knife. II' hl T
2 j alwy'Uajn drcd -rvcraI ilar ' "
r Ife Mnrderer Kanud
M.vc.5. Ga , fh-pi-. 17 ltVr J -
Cyk. celorwl. wai hwigwl uxlyr r
I I'.aticr. for the murder ol hii w.' ix .
3 1 The crowl ex Uic czevd'i u w&
fAUuwfd at y
KrsM.v.. Kan.. Spt. 1". 1'-
I la'txtoT uy&s,y removed the jitrxv
otiicr over U hia botwlwarn. on v s
-piid xstmater failure U rt-s..'
balance due thegoveraincnt.
(ook raa-dc a full
VSSSSS "d SSS Sa . mm - w i ssx s
will fall al'dubs. Tlio display of flambeau was very
e of Brown. , nne-and wwitned by twof Uiousand
1 & CO.O00. Tlic lo?e
I ., -.TI nrvsn fft TWrtn A
I who deputed bieir ving with Gla-. of citizen and viator.
Cine too. Sept. 17. Postmaster Gtocrai
Vila arrived here thU moraiajf on hu w
from MafJwon. Wb.. to abinston Ha
if apfjaroitlr fa excellent health.