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WICHITA, KAKSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1886.
VOL.. V. TO. 118.
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MUNSON I McMMARA.
123 and 125 Main Street.
SiLKS. SILKS. SILkS.
Our special drive this week i a lot
of Colored Satin Rhadames iu the
newest shades, and a good quality,
that wo can recommend to wear well,
at only $1 per yard.
SILKS. SILKS! SILKS.
We have the exclusive control of
two makes of silk for thin market, and
wc guarantee every yard. We m
making a run on one number that
usually sells for $1.50 at 1.28; color
black. Call for it at the silk counter
season. Wc earnestly invite you
cxammc our dress trimmings."!;!
PLUSHES. PLUSHES. PLUSHES.
This is a seasou for plushes. We
show the newest colorings in several
qualities aud the prices will surprise
you. The closest buyers will admit
they arc cheaper than ever seen before.
This is important as there i3 a rage
cu striped-civets thi season. They
are a very desirable trimming for ail
kinds oi wool drees goods. They arc
in two, three and four tones, and
some of the fine goods arc perfect
works of art. Prices from $1.20 to
.$7.50 per yard. An idea of our as
sortment cau bo had from the fact
that, wc show sixty-eight different
styles and combinations of colore.
7 DRESS TRIMMINGS.
We have shown handsome drcs?
trimmings before, but never did we
display anything to compare in ele
gance to thosn we have opened this
One case Ladies Vests and Pants at
35c each, worth 40 per cent more.
One case Ladies all wool Sclirlet
vests and pants at 83c each, worth 40
per cent more.
Another lot of fine imported 'duell
ing at 5 and 10c per yard'.
One case Ladies all wool, regular
nude Hose at 25c per pair.
. One of our best bargains in Hose 13
a cajV"of 11 u"c wooli!osc at 50c per
pair, usually sold at 75c.
Lidies, Missei and Children? Sax
ony unuerwear m cream, pmic, oiue,
aud cardinal. Lovely 'sroods. Call
and examine tncm.
25 dozen ladies Cashmere Gloves at
25c per pair; very fiue and worth;50
AN APPEAL FOR AD).
Dr. Jobn Fitzgerald, President of
the Irish National League
Issues an Address to All Irish
Americans .in which He
An Earnest Appeal for Cantrlbutions
to the Fund for the Benefit of
Evicted Irish Tenants.
New York Oilicials Indicted for Will
ful Criminal Neglect of the Care
and Welfare of the Insane.
General Master Workman Powderly
Addresses a Circular Letter to
Warning Them of an Impending Strike
of Employes Unles3 Concessions
arc Made in Wages.
To Members of The Irish National
League of America.
YARNS OF ALL KINDS.
Saxony, Spanish, German, Shelland
Floss, Fairy Floas, Zephyrs.
We are opening now lines of Nov
Wa show choice and pretty Knit
goods for the infants.
This season our Dress Goods stock
could truthfuiiy be called" mammoth;
with an endless variely of plain fab
rics; with an cndle.-s variely of novel
ties; with an endless variety of combi
nation suits of the latest productions.
Wc fairly eclipse all previous efforts.
MUNSON i MoNAMARA.
Corner Douglas av. and Market St.
T .A. JlJwj -J&bmsS
200 Pair all "Wool
Scarlet Blankets a
$3. SO Per Pair.
"Worth Fully $5.
Lincoln, Neb. 2. The following ad
dress the officers and members of the Ir
ish National League of America was issued
todav bv President Fitzgerald, in response j
toChas. S. Parnelrs appeal:
The third coinention of the ImnlNa
lional League of America had at
Chicago on the eighteenth and nineteenth
of last month has" now become a matter
of history, the spirit of hannony and the
abrogation of personal views were pleasing
characteristics of this greatest gathering of
our race that ever assembled in this coun
try. This feature of the vast assembly
amply disproved the malicious report in
dustriously circulated and nopcu lor y our
eneu.ies, that disunion and dissention
found a home in our ranks;. The 1 evolu
tions adopted not only voiced the senti
ments of the convention but met the hearty
approval of the press and people of this
nation. The expressions of unlimited con
fidence in ?.Ir. Parncll, the approval of his
line of policy and the earnest pledge of
continued suppoit of that policy until such
time of the people of Ireland through their
recognized leaders pronounce its method a
faihuo, met the unqualified approbation
not only of the Irish lace throughout the
world, but also of al! lovers of human free
dom. Mr. Paruell cabelod ins approval of the
wibdom, patriotism, moderation and union
that clutraeteri.ed the convention; so also
the Iiish embassadors that honored that
body with their presence declared that its
proceedings would not only cheer
the hearts of the Irish people at home, but
also greatly aid the cause of Irish auton
omy with English, Scotch and "Welsh
statesmen and the niasres of their people.
It was in the hope of accomplishing this
latter lesult and strengthening Mr. Par
nell's position that a large number of the
delegates stilled their individual opinions
ia order to fully and fairly test the line of
policv adopted by our countrymen at
home; they are victims of foreign tyranny
and most interested in this light for life and
liberty. The struggle, shoit or
lone they will continue to
receive from their kindred here earnest and
substantial support in any manner they may
indicate con-went wmiour amies as .vujc
ican citizens. The great honor conferred
on was as unsought as it was unmerited,
but sincere friends of Ireland assured me
that my acceptance of the presidency would
greatly increase the membership of the
league aud refute any insinuation thai the
organization might be used as a political
shuttlecock in American politics.
It shall be my earnest desire to aid the
other newlv elected ofiicers not only to
maintain the past efficiency of the league,
but if possible to render more serviceable
the course of our niolheilaiid.
Urgent as was the necessity that brought
forth such generous responses to the parlia
mentary foiid, there now exists a more ur
gent demand on the Iibh race throughout
thewoild. On the 22d of this month the
torv government of England deckled, by
the rejection of Mr. Paincll's land bill, on
the eviction and consequent starvation or
banishment of thousands of men, women
Lord Salisbury and his government will
soon discover that thev can never starve,
exterminate or suhduc by coercion uie
Irish people. The light is on; evictions for
non-pavment of impossible rents have com
menced; God's creatures are being render
ed homeless and turned out on the road
side, but they shall not die the death plan
ned for them b.v heartless tyrants.
I therefore appeal to every Irish man and
woman with Irish blood courting in their
veins to aid in icsisting this inhuman bru
tality. Let every branch of the league
stmt an anti-eviction fund and cend the
contributions to the national treasurer, Kev.
Chos. O'Keilley, Detroit, Mich.
Branches fchoulci be started in every town
and village in the country, in the work
shop and on the railroad, liich and poor
should unite in this Humane ami patriotic
work. Organization is necessary to resist
organized tyranny. Let the twenty million
of the scattered IrMi raw i hose hearts
beat true to Erin and liberty until under
the leadership of Chas Stewart Parncll and
in the Irish National League present a
united and determined front to taa. gov
ernment whose queen only a few days ago
intimated Unit the blood "and treasure of
her empire would defend home rule in
Bulgaria while denying home rule to Ire
land, and while she is content" with ap
pointing a commission of inquiry into the
system of Irish landlord roblwry.
Let the cood work commence at once.
State delegates should loii no time in or
eanizing their several states, while muni-cin-.d
councils and branch oiiieeri should be
untiring in their efforts to iucreas? the roll t
of membership. Secretary of brandies j
will please notify the national sicrelary,
John R. Sutton, Lincoln, Neb., of all re-
Washington Oct. 2. The president
today appointed "Joseph A. Wagner to be
pension agent at 'Kn'oxville, Tcnn., vice
Robert Taylor resigned; Frank P. Ar
buckle to be register of the land office at
Lamar; Col.; J, H, Dougherty of Texas,
Dell Busbyhead of Indian Territory, and
Malcolm McCoachin of Arkansas, to be
appraisers of the right-of-way of the Gulf,
Colorado and Santa Fe "railway through
the Indian Territory
OF INTEREST TO BBEWEES.
Commissioner Miller, of the internal rev
enuc bureau today decided a question of
great interest to brewers'. It was in regard
to the construction of beer barrels. Sec
tion 3342 of the revised statutes provides
that such barrels shall be pro
vided with two pigot holes
one of which shall be in the head aud the
other in the side of the barrel. Manufac
turers iu Massachusetts and elsewhere have,
however, for a long time been making
their barrels with both spigot holes in the
side of the barrel. This was done for the
sake of convenience and with no intention
to defraud the government. The practice
has been tolerated by the authorities as not
prejudicial to public interests. Other brew
ers have recently, however, complained
atrainst it as a violation of the luw, and the
department after a thorough investigation
has decided that it must be stopped. Tlie
Massachusetts brewers made a formal re
quest that the dcpaitmeut postpone action
until thev shall have had an opportunity to
obtain congressional sanction to the prac-
tice. Commissioner Miller notmed them
that he felt bound to enforcer the law as it
stands, and he had no authority to grant
their request for non-interference.
AOMIUAI. l'OUTIUt ILL.
lulormation received here is to the elfect
The Leavenworth Republicans
Performed a Clever Little
Which They Will Scoop
the "Dry" Vote in November.
that Admiral Porter is lying very ill at
Newport, the result of the carriage acci
dent at Milford Springs, Massachusetts, ten
Col. Lament says Secretary Manning
was expected the latter part of next week,
but possibly may not coma until the first of
the week following.
The Dickinson Republicans Indulged
in a Little Family 'Spate Oven A
Resolution and Adjourned
Informally Senator Sherman Re
ceived in Louisville, Ky., With
Great Eclat by the Republicans.
The Subniissionists Capture the Pro
hibition Convention at SeclSlia
A Cute Caper.
Special Dlsiuitch to the Daily Eagle.
Mclvaxe, Kan., Oct. 2. The republi
cans held a "rand rallv at this place lust
night. Mr. Reynold was chosen chairman.
Kecd, Morris and Jewett made speeches.
Jones, Capcnter aud Wright were all pres
ent and would all have made speeches but
for the lateness of the hour. Ed JeweU's
talk v.ms highly satisfactory. The people
down here sec the point. Mr. Thomas
may be a very good man, but the Demo
crats arc only desirous of his election be
cause he is the probate judge who issues
the whisky permits. II. II.
Wahosgtox, Oct. 3, 1 a. m. Indi
cations for Missouri: Fair, weather; south
erly winds; slightly warmer in the eastern
portion, nearly stationary temperature in
the western portion.
For Kansas and Nebraska: Fair, weath
er; southerly winds, becoming variable;
stationary temperature in the eastern por
tion, slightly cooler in the western portion.
FREAKS OP FROST.
Lyxcuburo, Va., Oct. 2. lleavy frost
this morning. Vegetation badly damaged.
A large part of the tobacco crop will be
DAXvnXE, Ya., Oct. 2. There was a
heavy frost in this section last night. Re
ports from the surrounding country are to
the effect that one-third of the crop is still
in the field, of low land tobacco, and is
damaged by frost.
Raleigh,. X. C. Oct. 2 A special to the
News and Observer from Ashville, reports
frost; tobacco crop considerably damaged.
Nasuviixk, Tcnn., Oct. 2. Telegrams
to the American from the principal tobacco
growing counties in the state say that hist
night's frost damaged the outstanding to
bacco crop from 30 u40 per cent-
Memphis, Tcnn., Oct. 2. A light frost
fell this morning but did no damage- to any
of the growing crops.
For This Week Onlj
The K. of L. Convention.
Richmond, Va., Fct. 2. The approach
ii g meeting of the National Assembly K.
ot L. has been the absorbing topic of in
terest here for some days. Already many
'mights have a-rived, iucluding delegates
from New Orle. , Kansas City, St. Louis,
Troy, Amsterdam, Lebanon, Pa., BIoss-
burg, Pa., and JirooKlyn. Jiacn incoming
train brings new accessions. It is expected
thai by Monday morning all the delegations
will have arrived, all the hotels be filled
and many delegates have private quarters.
The sessions of the assembly will he held
at the drill hall of the First Virginia regi
ment, the largest hall in the city.
There will be accommodations for
seating about 2,000. attliougii me
convention will not number more than ten
or twelve hundred. Grand Master "Work
man Powderby arrived tonight. His head
quarters is at "Ford's hotel, Grand Secre
tary Turner arrived yesterday.
The assembly will have an open session
Monday when Gov. Lee will formally wel
come the Knights, and Grand Master Work
man Powdeily will respond and deliver
the annual address. Subsequent sessions
will be secret, but the press will be fur
nished with a record of all important busi
ness done winch it desires made public.
Off for the Assembly.
Philadelphia, Oct. 2. -Grand Master
"Workman Powderly and Messrs. Barry,
Hayes and Bailey, ot the general executive
board. K. of L., left the city at 10 this
mornim for Richmond, Va., to attend the
general assembly of the Knights, which
will convene in that city Monday next.
General Secretary and Treauivr Turner
left for Richmond last evening.
A Great Strike Coming-.
lI.vai.rTOS, Pa., Oct. 2. Thursday a
f uither demand by General Master Work
man Powderly was forwarded by eitcular
letter to Cox Bros. & Co., operators at
Drifton; to Derringer & Goevens, and to
Arion Pardee, Sous & Co., operators at
Hazlelon, Mt. Pleasant and Latimore. In
the circular Powderly says:
"I address you for the purpose of mak
ing the final request that the men receive
;Ti":'dvance of watres. I know that it is im
possible to longer check the ardor of the
men and a strike is inevitable unless some
thing is done to avert it. The men have
been acting on our advice and deferred
from striking for some time, but their pa
tience being exhausted, we can no longer
pi event them from making the eifort to ad
just their wages. ,
The operators addressed recognize this as
the lat appeal, but nuke no acknowledg
ment. There is no longer a doubt that
a date his been (ied for the strike. Mas
ter Workman McGarvey, of district assem
bly No. 87, has received positive advices
from Win. M. Bailey to get everything
readv so the order to stop can bu obeyed
all over the legion at the same day and
hour. The dav fixed is Wednesday, Octo
ber Oth, next, at 12, noon.
Brief, But Pointed.
KnwYoitK, Oct. 2. General W. T.
Sherman Avilh hi family arc stepping at
the Fifth Avenue hotel. When juked if
he would make any replv to th's opsn letter
of Jefferson Davis" to J." T. SriuinT, the
Maryland historian, in uhieh Gen. Sher
man" is dcclarv.nl to be a falsifier, tbe gen
eral said with emphasis: "No, decidedly
no. The malterj touched upon by Davi?
were settled in the newspaper two years
ago. Yes, some of them t.vcaiy-nve years
ago. Da is' record end mine are known,
and from them people cm draw their con
clusions. Davis' on book shows him to
be a traitor. His letter is altogether be
neath my contempt."
Event of the Season
Washington Park, in
The Great Bace Between Harry
Wilkes, Oliver K and,
For $4,500, Which irms Won by Harry
Wilkes in Three Strlght Heats;
Time 2:16 1-4.
The Latonla Jockey Clab. Cincinnati,
Preaeuted Some Fine Sport, ami
Jerome Park Followed Suit.
On the Diamond Field, Detiolt Downed
New York; St. Louis Gobbled the
Mets Games Klaowhore.
Leavenworth, Kan.; Oct. 2. The Re
publican county convention nominated a
full ticket today and embodied in their
platform a plank which calls for the en
forcement of all laws upon the statute
books. A feature of the resolution was
one endorsing that part of the Atchison
countv Democratic resolutions which
pledires that faction of the parly to prohi
bition. It is the iirst instance in this state
where anything the Democracy has done
h:is been endorsed by Republicans, and its
adoption was passed amiu mucn eutuusi-
AniLKXK, Kan., Oct. 2. The Republi
can county convention of Dickinson coun
ty convened here today to nominate candi
dates. Every man nominated by the coun
ty convention is for Judge Wilson for con
gress. A resolution endorsing Anderson was in
troduced and after a four hours' fight, in
which there were a dozen tie votes, the
convention broke up in a row without
adopting the resolution.
Hon. Harry ilillison Flora and non. m.
Ibunsov were nominated for representatives
for the Sixty-eighth and Sixty-ninth dis
Omaha, Oct. 2. The Republicans of
the Third confircssional district, today
nominated G. W. Edors.
Senator Sherman at Louisville.
Louisvii.tj:, Ly , Oct. 2. Senator Jno.
Sherman, by invitapon of the Republican
state executive committee, arrived here this
afternoon and onened the congi essiona!
ctmpaiirn of the Republicans He was
tendered a public reception at the Gait
houe iu the early afternoon and afterwards
participated iu the ceremonies of laying the
corntr'stone of Louisville's new custom
house. At night Leidcrkrant. hall was
packed from gallery to stage with an
enthusiastic audience. Mr. Sherman was
anplauded throughout his address. He
was introduced by Walter Evans, ex-com-mNsionei-
of internal revenue.
In closing hii addicss, referring to the
nnlitiejd contest ia this district between
linn AG. Caruthand A. S. Willis for
the Democratic candidates, Mr. Sherman
1viwl the. Democrats to compromise and
w-ttle their differences by voting for the j
Republican nominee, Augustus " ilsci:
liisiiAiicK. Dak.. Oct. 2. Governor
Pierce issued his proclamation forbidding
the importation into the territory of rattle
from Chicago not accompanied by certifi
cate of health from the oilleu of the Illinois
state veterinarian or United States inspec
tor. The Plague in :New Jersey.
Veuoxa, N. J., Oct. 2. -Nino' cases of
pleuro-pneumonia have been discovered
among the cattle on the farm of Wm.
Chae; two cows have diet! and three are
dving. Three more were taken sick yes
terday. The farm is surrounded by other
farms on which there are droves of cattle.
No Danger From Canada.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 2. Commis
sioner Coleman, of the department of agri
culture, todav received the following
communication from the chief inspector of
stock of Canada from Montreal touelung
the condition of Canadian cattle: 1 notice
by newspaper reports that the question of
placing an embargo on cattle entering the
United States from Canada is being dis
cussed. Knowing as I do that Canada is
nntin'lv free from uleuro-nneumonia, or
any other contagious disease of cattle, and
that everything that war. capable of carry
in" the disease from contact with infected
animals in quarantine, has been destroyed
bv burnimr instantly the cattle sheds.,
feuccs, feed', clothing and bags, as well ;
manure no trace ot the diensc can po3
siblv have escaped outside and since its dis
covery no animalsfthavc ben permitted to
leave the quarantine nor will be as long as
there i3 the lea-t possible danger.
Louisville. Oct. 2. The state board of
health has quarantined against cattle from
St. Paul, Oct. 2. Gov. Huhbard Las
issued a proclamation csiuuhsuhis iu.u.w
Chicago. Oct. 2. The special trotting
meeting at Washington Park to day was at
tended" bv over S.000 people. Weather and
track were perfect. All the admirers of
the old time sport and the lovers of the
trotting horse and red sulky seemed to bo
in their clement. The first event was for a
special sweep stakes of $200 each and a sil
ver cup valued at S300. Entries: Glial.
Dick StauiTer, Jcimttte and Editor.
The horses got awav to a fair start with
Glial at the pole and in the load, a position
which ho held to the la ouirter wlu-ro hu
was headed bv StauiTer. closely followed
bv Editor. Thi, position, however, was
not long maintained. Editor closed up
and passed Ohal coming under the wire a
neck behind StauiTer, Ohal a bail third,
with Jcanott taking the dust from lite
crowd. The second and third hcau were
virtually a repetition of the first except
that Ohal look second place in the second
heat and third place iu the third. Follow
is a summary: ,
Dick StaiUTer J- '
Editor - ; -
T imo 2:21 1-1, 2:'M.SJ.
The second race was the groat event ot
the dav. A grand .special sweep-stakes
&500 entrance, with $11,000 added by the
dub. The starters were Oliver 1, driver.
Iludd Doblc; Harry like, driver. mi
NYss; Hell l' driver, W. II. McCarthy.
The start was an even one with Oliver K
at the pole. At the half-mile Oliver K
went into the air and Wilkes took the lead,
keeping it to the finHi, with Oliver K a
good second, and Hell F well in the rear.
In the second heat Oliver K was on
Wi kes' v. heel frcm the stmt to the llnfch.
without a 'break, but was out trotted bv
the little one. Roll F wai a had third all
the way round.
In the third heat the horses got oil to a
good start and trotted the heat iu the same
order va mentioned iu the eccomI. Sunt
ainst Illinois cattle.
Sr.DALi.v, Mo.. Oct. 2. The county Pro
hibition convention met in thus city tody,
hut was captured by the submLionisls,
and after endorsing L. L. Brigg. the Re
publican candidate for representative for
the eastern district who pledged himself to
vote for submission, and nominating Judge
II. P. Smith for county judge at large, ad
j'jurncd. Roth the candidates for leprc
scntativc from the western distri.-t are Pro
Senator F. M. Cockrcll spjkc u this :ty
at the opera house tonight to a crowd of
..i.m. t i r.ou Twonle. He sooko for i:ZM
'hour'!, devoting mast of ids time lo the ua
Another Zigr-Zns Eoute.
South Faksiixgham, Mass , Oct. 2.
I: is ler.ruel thu morning that 1 1. A.
Siniosds, president of the Franklin Ccnmly
NnJiitta! bank at Grecntleld, 3Ia-i , w
dMied on account of the investigation of
iC t.-:.k'a affair bv Eauk Examiner
Missouri Dcc3 rCot.
Kansas C'itv, Oct. 2. A JcflTewon City
special savs at a meeting of the stale board
of health "todav. it was decided that a qi ar
antiuc against "Illinois cattle is not at pre cat
So Ts'ov.' Developments.
Chicago. Oct. 2. One of the great herd
of cattle quarantined at the Plmmix dis
tillery was found dead thi morning. An
autop-.v resulted in a verdict that the ani
mal ha'd pleuropneumonia. Thcotatc vct
eriuarv inspection of the Harney farm to
day brought tolisjht no new eus.'-. All
.!. ,.,-.,..., fix.r.. l,oi lui.n wilntc! mid found
lilt V.Uo men- .... ' y" - - - -
to be improving, numerous small herds
in the northwestern paitof the city were
abo inspected. No pronounced cae of
i pleuro-paeumoma was touti't among t.iem,
out several sick cw- wot uwu. ..v
a few shipments of cattle won citified to
..i thr. .stock ards. The dullness was at
tributed to the usual ubwuce of heavy
dealing on Saturday.
The Strike Did Not Keiri'i.
Chicago, Oct. 2. Thcwerkof expecU-d
.strikes and lockouts at the Union stock
vard ended this evening '.vi:h tlw working
"forces of the great packing houses anil kin
dred institution still int.-u t; yet some of
the smaller concerns have practically stop
ped their machinery for an indefinite pe
riod, anil one firm, Shercb & Neil, has
packed up ami mrr.ed to 'cbr.wka. unable
to loiigerwithstan d the didVr -arc between
eight and ten hours work.
That concert of action on the pnrt of lite
pacders is contemplated wa-s fiecly ad
'iiilted bv them todav. What the exact na
ture of their movement is wpui.i wm-
raised if made at will. According to care-
Oliver K - - f,
lkllT ;;; '
Time, 2:10 1-2, 2.17 1-1, 2:10 1-1.
.Trno'.ir. Paiik. Oct. . Winners to day
Gleaner, Lairgaitl, Climax. Vohmte, Little
Minnie and Iajor Pickcll.
Cincinnati. Oct. 2. Latrnia Jockey
Club races: First ra'-c ICtiincb c wen,
Evangeline cco:id, Pocotr.eke third; Ifmr,
Six Furlongs Fifteen ;artcrs: LMnitd
won. Wahoo .second, Dancing ICid third,
time 1:10 :M.
Mile and seventv yards Sir Joseph w i
Jim Orav eccontl. Monocrit third; :
Mile and a half furKmg Klura I. '.
first, Clara second, Leua Knight tt ir ,
Mile and five furlong Montana Ront
won, Quenn second, Silver Cloud third.
Ji:tll ami IJat.
Cincinsa'M, Oct. 2. CinchmMi 13, All -Mies
11. L')iiisillo Louisville 7, Haiti
moreO, Wiwldngtoa Chicago ft, Wuh'i
ington 4. St. Loui3 St. Louis ft, Meti 2
New York Detroit , New York ft H
ton-Rostou 9. Kaua? City 2. Plulmlrl
phia-Philadelphia :!. St. Louii 1. PUlt
burg Rrooklyn 0, Pilteburg-J.
Maki.kii2AD, Maw., Oct. 2. The l-r-t
of the scries of race bctwi-eu the Hn-ti-
and Kacltsh cutter. Stranger, wn ibiiIwI dl
Mstrblehejid today. The courac wai fiff-n
railca to lecwanl and return. ThcTlHtli
tnmcl the outer mark at 1 : 11 ; the Htrarg' r
at! 12;ft0. The Thetui finhUvl Hi 1 II 0
the Stranger at l.ftO ,ft!J.
L'nlinown Craft Sunk.
Ov.i-s So in i, Wk, Oct. 2. nj"rl
comes from Lake Superior Utston Wi-ln"
day Ian tlurins a heavy gak- th captain "f
the steamer Cur of 0vtnt 3omd. wbd
lying leside a "pier, when? ine hud lanrI
for siwitrr, sv a vwmrl p down wi'h ad
haad. Ho could not tanks ml vrUt kind
of a raft it w. tat npadS! ivi
tram Verde Irfand.
Criminal Xcirlef t.
N&w Yon, Oct. 2. Th- Kngv ,uij
tA tor 1,my h&-1 in si imlirtmrul
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nn! tn snenlc of thoic emnlovci! in ekrkfd
mnrrftv. '.vill iro cut. The only thing in
Gaeihell. It ia alicg-al ta.Vv a!xmt $-'i.iwS the nature of u strike oceurreu tpj
worth of iper of a ?cry qneptlonable dar-, .nr.our'.. As tlw cash 1xvp, xty in au'a
acte." has come into poi.-'.Jai"n of the bank, j jx.rj jn thf rtSail denartBKal o
n,alr Ht of Smon'h. 1 1 .is tlioutrtil i:? dw, A m.n-ir twkine- jcriv. rer-iyi
'ul estimates mivlc todav the elTrt will le j ai;aiat dwriy tomiii.HM r W. If U .;. ,
that in the neighlyjrhootl of 28,000 up,t1k. W. lila. ?M Jo. lU-vt. wf i
resorwd to improper methotis to make good tltr cj. cnveloijca UiJay each of the y. tricxl nt the gneral teswon. T
i! an interview rrttucai zLiinvau -.i -r!
r .t. .. .5 I.. . !. . ' . - . . tMt -t 1
.. m rfin-YtticnCL' oi uie uvy.esj;i ui ; irt isntr. mVF ra. . -" -'
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. ywiugsten. iKifil the paymaster
swi ' exiK-ct'-iI an irreawr from .J.!0 t
th nrcitse OI the trim: ' Tint i
negitctisg to provide saf urvl lait" ..
roaiixindallKi, rare aI atiendaato f." ' r
tain Inxine rjfr- wtHsr th If car .
tdv and kenrfnsr. Tkv ewmi.i'iKr j
i-1 of mWrtncnacr by fctti"irot ''
nji of tlie grand inn reprrv-d tbft V
S. W Corner Douglas Ave. and MarketSt.
st if -j A-T r-..i( Jirr had otHcitiHT rtiUG lriat l '
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i,"""r " I ,. .. ;,, rnnvficentv of the dcnreson oi M& .rik f mm now n. A tssl r- i&c r.;. iQae asylum in-ptemiKf ;-, aa-i i
Iiaukisu-jug, Pa., Oct. J. oov. l aui- . . ., -. ,. 01,fr sIrt, ,i ?. ilifj"i .rt,..., thtir nliimaiuxn ther .r.- t ?n wridil condlliua. ajTr' Si
son has ad Iressed a letter to Attorney Gon; , . j, ,Wl31 tojn.ifel to pa ,w Uiat the hnoxt would druggie en with-1 uuv a. iiealh -! wt-H bchf f f i' i
j eral Cassiday on the action ot the anllin- f, j; unlU ln. fcU h? mvii no longer 0,lt th,.;r aiuai.-. The javelin etriktr . nu, but through impcrfrct rvns
cite pool, mid requesting him to move "hfe Joafl Q.. ,;irit,fo,irt!l-, 5hares. tjH.a rt,H0urn! to the railroad :r:icL. crar nCtio it I a .'wrcc of danger to t!f f
j against n in the court, la t lis course oi T,T,D0 crookedncs? -tvhatever in liw ur where tbey elected a chairman. He 0f Hrr-oiiyn. By thdr report lhc hrM !
, his letter Uie governor ssji-: ..iy acat:oa . j.n.jj.r oa;ji testify Utnuzhtwav aprmaUyl a "etrike commit- ipcrviftor". of Kings cobbI? wt ttr.?it
has Wp.i dircctal to tan fact vi..an the l.c.,mw Director Krifh corrcb- hcaninir of five b-iy, varying mage l to Tirwid" r.ew iisitr f wm--
past fcrmigbt tnat certain corporations - Qrr frrra fe to 12 vcoi. The committee did ft KaHing ia lid they will U m-M acrjuci--chartered
hy the commonwcaltn of lean- ',--.. v .faicaticn of work well, for the sapcriutcmleni wcntwl yfe for cegJcct.
iTuaa, aeiui in ow u. " '' " .m v in the L'nion Dime Savings on a search for boys to flUJac puces o inc Whod iUirrr?
.twoaavancvam the price cf Mthracitc "car.. ?m t c Ln. .i , dLsfittMai h boy3 be mst wiUi nothing nZTlrZZZrnrr. Wr
nuttancea lo the lutlona! ireasurer, and all caai. n::accn ascmatnett us.u wc- T.' :V6ttIJeaunian, reccivinc but blaok refesabj. ,V3LlMittw
rir'vrBdnl)ri'idiofiWr conxvraUoJH comprise what is known .- Fn- :ctauur .sww o "!rtll,.-r.f "iT- UkA mnlai vrn waroerl Wl,?"''
rSSfuS rcatt of the American theWJbraritc cai combinations by which Si Eartlqc P.caume. 1 1 JrJCtr
press, a continuance of the invaluable a: six corporations were m effect pledgeil m nstitut ton V'lnhta or to be 6is- "riA-uxs-ov S C Oct. 5 -Il vr 1c f 3 ?Z c LOOa
ktance heretofore rendered the league writing to restrict and rcgula-f the p tol - lowciiJ-L . .
fand I most earnestly tek the oi .the cval and mamfacn and advance '- fH f -T ltIo I Jc Ix srooc lo Oes-1 feircItzcrfor JoJc o .Tjx-t ST ar StS- j Ubimic va.scis,
IrMi American press to arouse I pnec. . l- " ' mcrviHe there have been exactly ibirty-oae SFa-vsao, Oct. 2. shrrre
ompt action in aid of the 5- - jg- iH: S oS !
fcSLordblc SrS ! Has 3To Such Inienlion. 1 sSSlClo S failing, btalth and more imagmary. dawrfflB CW'
liouldlwaSa rfaSehearf N,w Yor.K, OcL 2.-The is M ,r , u,. O. A. H. Commander
even- friend of the oppressed, and dwm from Philadelphia says: The Pennsylvania sgmntm, which ?m. , othtnvi.-c be un ul fc tnsnorj. The wiih-; Ewobu. ivait. Oei. 4-j-" ";
especiallvuithDof mv fw country- Rrtrwd ranaay; id an vSIrinl of thai j nearr. h, Bltodne 1, .boot Jfifg'iSSdilr dwidy. trfib Dido Jafad.Bd. of tJvS"S
men company this morning, does not contcra- 330,000 to 2&-.j0. and I think Uu. ncrciwny u ' :frbcdr comtajdcrf tlK(Jfaml Army of ;.
I remain vours faithfnlir. plate the cstabluhmeot of any nw steam- fully ha!f Uiat w doe to tbcAmii ht- afresh no.. f "w k.vj puWlc; trill bsprat z ihatflht u
remain, o..rs ia tf-j-, JIlip Kbs r. reported, and has no: purchased change nfbna bank. I Uimk )J?gv Sffril tb'e l rconk at Kmporb, Ko aid U
President National Irii Leayn of Amer- norlt fa& torcha ihi rigbu or wil yjS l?C'flrSSlB' M delhtr o-Wr.
ica. , f randiiscs oi the Inman line. clover au ini4.v jca (.uviuv- j