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VOL. V. KO. 134.
WICHITA, KANSAS. FPtlDAY MOENINa, OCTOBER 22, 1S86.
WHOIiE XO. 760.
MUNSOf ft MoNAMARA.
123 and 125 Main Street.
This will be a Great Week with Us.
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
The Treasury Statement of Rev
enue Receipts for the
Shows an Increase of over a Mil
lion Dollars Ahove Expenditures.
Interesting: Communication Prom
Gor. Zenliclc. of Arizona, Con
Apache Indians and Their Ilescrva
tions in That Territory Time
Relative to the Disposition of the Hos
tile Captives anil Touching the
Apache Lands There.
A Pessertatiou From Commissioner
Sparks Upon Timher Depreda
tions in Montana.
Our Styles and Shapes are Entirely Differ
ent from Anv Others, and
Ingalls at Anthony.
Special Dpateh thelfciilv- Eatfc
A'Tno"Y, Elan., Oct. 21. Accordin
announcement Senator Iniralls met the citi
zens of Harper county in this city today,
and talked to them in his happy vein of
matchless eloquence for more then an
hour. UU address was necessarily abbre
viated in order to enable liim to catch the
train that should bear him to another ap
pointment.) Despite the threatening
weather a great multitude of people turned
out to greet the senator and hear him
speak. His address was a statesmanly ef
fort and was received "with tumultuous ap
Republicans at Saratoga.
Special Dispatch to tha Calty EaIc
Satcatogv, Kan., Oct. 21. Hon. .J. L.
Spcer addressed a huge meeting at Travis'
hall last night, His speech vras an able
and convincing effort on behalf of Kepub-
lican principles, and brought forth round
after round of applause from the audience.
Every Republican who heard it left the
hall feeling proud of their old party :md its
grand record. If the writer is correct in
his estimate Pratt county will give to Gov.
Martin and Ike whole state ticket (Tim
McCarty not excepted) a larger majority
than it did for Blaine in 1SS4, -which vras
GREAT SALE OP
"F! T R !
TVashlvotox, D. C, Oct. 2?, 1 a. m
The following are the indications
For Kansas: Local rains; scuthcrn
winds, becoming -satiable, nearly staiiona
For .Missouri: Fair weather in
tern portion; local rains in the
portion; southerly winds.
Corner Douglas av. and Market St.
PECIAL v SALE
200 Pair all Wool
Scarlet Blankets at
f3.50 Per Pair.
Worth Fully $5.
OFF KOIt UICI11IOM).
Washington. Oct. 21. The president,
accompanied by Secretary Bayard and En
dicott, Postmaster General Vilas, and pri
vate secretary Lanirnt left here at 8 o'clock
this morning" on a special train for Rich
mond. Xa., to attend the fair of the Vir
ginia Agricultural association.
The "president returned tonight well
pleased with his welcome in Virginia.
J'UISOXEKS OF WAlt.
Today it is learned that" the district at
torney of Arizona recently represented to
the attorney general that suilicient evidence
was obtainable to convict Geronimo and
his braves of murder before a civil tribunal,
and that in view of thai fact Go.'. Zeullick,
of Arizona, had requested the president to
day to cause the military oilicen? to sur
render the hostiles to the civil authorities of
the 'ivrritory for trial. .Notwithstanding
this request the action of the president in
ordering the contlnement of the Indians at
Ft. Pickens. Forida, is accepted at the war
department as conclusive evidence ot the
intention of the government to treat them
us prisoners of v. ar. ami not as ordinary
marauders, amenable to chil jurisdiction.
GOV. ZECLICK AND THE AIV.UIES.
lion. C. Meyer Ztulick, Governor of
Arizona, in his annual report to the secre
tary- of the interior refers briefly to the ter
mination of the Apache troubles m that
territory, and says with the' removal of
these renegades she welcomes the dawn of
a new day! her rapid development will now
go on without check or drawback. The
governor, referring to the San Carlos
Indian reservation, sas:
It contains G930 square miles, or 2,. "328 -000
acres of land, well watered and well
timbered, the most of which is as good as
anv agricultural land in this territory.
L'non'this tract are cathered together
of young Lonto and White Mountain
Apaches "about 3,300 souls, so that each
Indian, male and female, vonn. and old,
holds over TOO acres of land. Thee In
dians, I am told, are nearly self support
ing. It would be well tor congress to
parcel out the land, rivinr to each head of
a family 040 acres or if this is deemed pre
mature" then congress should take meas
u res to reduce the reservation to at lea.-1
half its present limits.
The rovernor reoue-ts that congress
be asked" to demonstrate by a scientific
survey and practical test the feasibility of
arterial wells lor giving the needed uppiy
of water and adds:
Around Denver a well irrigates from
forty to fifty acres. If half as good re
sults could" be obtained in Arizona we
could produce wine, raisins, fruits, nuts
! and olives enough to, support in affluence a
population of 1.2UU.UU0 people.
The governor, in conclusion, predicts
that -with the Apaches removed, the terri
tory will double iu population and re-our-c-"witliiu
the ue.t two years.
THE FINANCIAL sITVATlON,
The revenues o fir tbi- month have av
eraged over $1,000,000 a day, and are now
about $12,000,000 in excess of the expendi
tures during same period. The financial
siumtion i refr.irdf.-d at the treasury de-
j partment as favorable for another call for
y per cent, bonus, and it is probable thai
one will be issued in a few day..
Commissioner Sparks ha made a report
to the secretary of the interior upon in
formation received at the general land of
fice, to the effect that the Montana Im
provement company is making extensive
depredations upon public timber on untir
veyed lands along the line of the Northern
Pacific railroad, under an agreement with
the railroad company, and that private sur
veys are being made by the timber com
pany with a view of claiming that the
lauds depredated upon are odd sections ti&
.J CORONER'S UK
Official Inquiry into tfce Killing
of Bagiey by Pinkerton's
Witnesses Unanimous That; the
Shooting Was Done With
President and Cabinet Visit
Richmand, Ta., and attend
the State Fair.
Fixing- the responsibility.
Ciiicaoo, Oct. 21. Several statements
from diilerent eye witnesses are unfavor
able to the Pinkerton guards who did the
shooting as they were leaving the stock
yards Tuesday. Captain Mafkey, of tlie
town of Lake police, says the shooting was
utterly unjustifiable and there are seventy
witnesses to prove it. When the train
pulled out of the yards near Allerton's, the
Pinkerton men raised the windows and
called the switchmen and others in the
vicinity all the vile names they could think
of. I have the names of fifty police who
can identify a large number of them as dis
At the meeting of District Assembly Xo.
24, Knights of Labor, held last night, the
following resolutions were passed: ""
Whereas, A baud of mercenary men,
known a? Pinkerton detectives, have again
died innocent blood, therefore be it
llesoived, That District Assembly Xo.
24, Knights of Labor, condemns in un
measured terms any city, county or state
officials who n III quietly sit down and al
I'jw this band of hired aains to murder
innocent ciliz -:is, and
Resolved, That we, :i law abiding eiti
zens.'make request of the proper authori
ties to bring all parties to the foul con
spirjoy to trial that justice may be meted
out to them in accordance with law.
Chicago, Oct. 21. When the conven
tion of the Protectant Episcopal church
was called t. order President Dix sub
mitted two communication? from the na
tional council of the Congregational church
recently in session in tin's city relating to
Mormunism, and on the subject of family
and divorce. They were referred. The
house directed thesecretary to acknowledge
receipt of the communications and advise
the officer- of the council of the action of
The house resumed discussion of the
proposition to drop the wouls "Protestant
Episcopal" from the title page of the prayer
book. T'r . was apparently" regarded by a
number of delegates as a renewal in another
form of the proposition of Judd defeated
earlier in the session, which contemplated
expunging the words from all books and
laws of the church. After considerable
dicu-iou a motion was made to lay on
the table. A vote on the proposition was
culled for by the dioceses. The motion
was lost and discussion renewed.
Dr. Dafrell moved as a substitute that
it was inexpedient to consider any change
in the title of the prayer-booh at the pres
ent session. Lost on a risimr vote, 13 1 to
129. The amendment olfered by Dr. Gray
was withdrawn. The amendment of Dr.
Huntington was defeated. The vote then
recurred upon the resolution of Dr. Edirar
and was lost by a narrow majority. The
vote in detail was as follows: "Clerical
delegate, 40; diocese vote, 00 aye, 13 no,
0 divided. Lay delegates. 44; 15 aye. 20
no, and 9 divided.
Address of Welcome by Gov.
and TJrief Response by the
Two Men Lose Their Lives While Fir
ing Salutes in Ilonor of the
Presidential Part v.
crowd standing at
went in? asked the
about 1,000 people
Coroner a Inquiry.
Chicago, Oct. 21. The inquest on the
body of Terrence Eagley, who was killed
Tuesday by Pinkerton men was begun to
day at the 22d street police station. State's
Attorney Grinnel and his assistants were
present on behalf of the state. Capt. Mar
kev. of the town of Luke, police, testifietr
that he was on the train that carried the
Pinkerton men. He rode as far as 39lh
street, when he got off and returned to the
station. There he first learned of the shoot
ing. He attributed his not hearing the
sound of the shooting to the noise of the
Did you notice any
Fourth street as you
I did. There were
there, boys and men.
Did thev make anv
They did not: if they had I would have
seen them and got oil."
Did they throw any stones or missiles of
The other witnesses to tlie shooting con
tended that no missiles were thrown or
shots fired at the train. The witnesses
were confused as to the identity of the men
who did the shooting, one of the witnesses
pointing out an attorney for the prisoners
as one of the men who hot at the crowd.
I desire to make a demand on Mr. Pink
erton to produce the 12.3 guards who were
on the train on Tuesday. He mut have
them here by 10 o'clock tomorrow, said
the coroner t the conclusion of the day
Mr. Pinkerton is not here, and he could
not have ail these men here any way, be
cause he ha? discharged most of them,
Col. Murui, counsel" for the Pinkerton
"We'll. 1 must either have your promise
to have these men all here or else you
must furnish me a list at my office so I can
subpoena them early in the morning.
Adjourned till tomorrow. The coroner
said he expected the inquest would be com
pleted in two da. s.
Goinj: Back to Work.
Chicago, Oct 21. Coopers at the stock
yards who have shown an inclination to
stick for cighrhour, held a meeting his;
night and resolved to go back to work on
the ten-hour system accepting the wage
offered $3 per day. Pinkerton's force is
rapidly being reduced in numbers, and to
day will probablv witness the departure of
the last rifleman." Employes of the. Union
Stock Yard- company's blacksmith have
resumed work at ten-hour system, while
scctioti hands have aKo gone back being
satisfied that thev could not win
Chicago. Oct. 21. The national coun-
j cii of the Evangelistic Lutheran church be-
ran its sessions today. Like the other re
ligious conclave, this one spent its first
day almost entirely in formal devotional
The foreign missions soeietv met in the
0' TO IUCU3IOI.
The President and Cabinet at Rich
mond Welcome and Response.
Richmond. Va., Oct. 21. The presi
dential party arrived at Elba station, West
Broad street, shortly before noon, where
they were met by the governor and recep
tion committee with proper escort and con
veyance?. A few minutes' drive brought
tlie party to the fair ground ami as the
head of the line filed into the main entrance
a presidential salute of twenty one- guns
was fired by the Richmond Howitzers. In
side the gates, drawn np in line, were the
military, consisting of a regiment of Vir-
of those things which meet the necessities
and desires of mankind. But the full ad
vantage of that which may bo yielded to
a state by the toil and ingenuity of her peo
ple is not measured alone by money value
of products. 33y efforts and struggles her
fanners and her artisans not onlv create
new values in the field of agriculture
and in arts-and manufactures, but at the
same time produce rugged, self-reliant, in
dependent men. and cultivate that product
which, more than all others, ennobles p.
state, patriotic, American citizenship. This
will flourish in every part of the Aa:rican
domain: neither death nor rain can injure
it, for it takes root in true hearts enriched
bv love of country.
"There are no new varieties in this produc
tion; it must be the same wherever seen
and its quality is neither sound nor genu
ine unless it grows to deck and beautify an
entire and united nation, nor unless it sup
ports and sustains institutions of govern
ment founded to protect American liberty
Thi TYrpzpnt administration of the srov-
ernment is pledged to return for such bus- j
lunilrf Tirif nnlv ntnmias hilt ncltia! I
tenders of fairness, and justify with Ciiual
protection and full gratification in national
achievements. If in the past we have bewi
estranged and tlie cultivation of American
ctizeiTahip been interrupted,yourenthu-ias-t:c
welcome today demonstrates there is an
and to such estrangement and in time suspi
cion of feiris succcededjby an era of faith
In such kindly atmosphere and beneath
such cheering skies I greet the iwople of
Virginia as co-iaborcrsin tlie field where
grows the love of our united country.
God i;rant in years to come Virtuiti, the
Old Dominion, mother of presidents, she
who looked on the nation at its liirth, iuav
not only increase her trophies in biff growth
in agriculture and manufactures, but ma
she be amonc the first of all these states in
the cultivation of true American cllizcu
The president was fn-quently interrupted
by hearty applause, and when ho conclud
ed the immense concourse of people joined
in a perfect ovation of cheers. Col. Rev
eriy then introduced in the order named
Secretaries Bayard ami Endicott, Post
master General" Vilas and Commissioner of
Agricultural Colman, each of whom was
rreeted with cheers, which they simply ac
knowledged by bowing to "the people
Among the ladies on the portico from
which the speaking took place were ilrs
Lee, the governor's wife, and MNs Winnie
IXnis, daughter of ex-President Jell Davis,
to whom President Cleveland was intro
duced and with whom he spent a few mo
ments in pleasant conversation.
The party were then escorted to th
head quarters of the president of the swi
etv in another building where they iit
nesHl a review of troops, white :ind ol
ored. After the review the president had
a public reception for over an hoar and
shook hands with thousands. After a
sumptuous time the party were driven to
the Confederate soldiers home where they
were received with a salute of artillery by
the veterans. A stop of only a few min
utes was male, during which the presi
dent was presented v. ith a beautiful sou-vi-ncr
of his visit in the shape of a beautiful
basket of flowers and he shook haroU with
all the veto
The drive was then continued to nnd
around the reservoir grounds and through
the principal .-.treets of the city, and finally
to the gul-trnatorial mansion where the
party alighted and a general introduction
to the ladies took place, and Kline time was
spent in a social talt-, Miss Winnie Duv
was a prominent figure on the ground ttnd
very affable, in her manner.
At 6 30 p. in. adieus were spokt'ii, and
the president and party w re driven biick
to Elba station where they re-embarked at
G:1U, homewaid bound. 'Everything parsed
off most pleasantly till late this evening
When the prjsidtntinl party were leaving
the Confederate home the vets resumed
cannon firing and tne sun prematurely ex
ploded, blowing one of a nan's nmn o&
and breaking the other, and severely injur
ing another man.
A Fatal Salute.
Fkedbic Ksncnc, Va., Oct. 21. Presi
dent Cleveland passed through thw city
this morning on his way to Richmond, awl
was cordially received by a Jae crowd of
people. While firing a salute in honor of
the president the cannon was premntun'ljr
discharged and .Tas. Wheeler wlio waj ram
ming the charge was terribly burned and
mutilated iiwi fa expected to'die of hi injuries.
The Frencii and Turks Protest
Against English Occupa
tion of Egppt
Russia Preparing to Extend Seuz-
rainty East and South into
The Recent Strain iu Diplomatic Re
lations Between France and
Tho Discovery of Alluvial Gold In
South Australia Caused a Uea-ira
of Men Thereto.
Papal rs'nhclos Officially Advised to
Cultivate Friendly- Relations
With Political Powers.
OVEK TL1C OClsA".
'jff.rriorir! ;ni1 rjxw-rvl fh rotinrtc tt apt-. !
eral minor committees. The following of- ?iDia volunteers, Richmond light infantry
diana; corresponomg secretary. A. ;.IcLui, dbinet passed the military remained at
of Ohio: auditor. J. i . right, of Ohio, i "pa-nt arms." Welcoming shouts of the
The convention will close tomorrow. inany thou-ands greeted th? presi
dent along tlie route to onp
of the buildings '.there the party
wa to e recetveu. e cucsis
Loxikj, Ott, 21. Tlie St. James Ga
zstte says that 31. Wnddiagton, French
ambassador to London, acting uadcr in
s ractions from hw government, protested
in behnlf of France agninat British occu
pation of Egypt. The jmpcr eiH that
France and Turkey are in complvtc ac
cord iu their opposition uoccupAtin. and
Russia supports them.
A traveler from Bokhnnt who has
reached Peusucvant on the Afghan frontier
near Khyber pass, reports that Kuviani
have completed the 3Ierv ami Ov.wrail
way to within the .tagvs of Saraka. he
also givrs tfce following tnfonnn ion Tlu
governor of Tashkend has summoned hv
end Mohammedan officers for political pur
poes. The Russians intend to establish
military cantonment for thirty thousand
men at Shirabad near Bokhara. Russian
otuVers disguised as L'sberk merchants are
actively engaged in I3adakhr.n inspecting
the citadel" and passages to India. Tlie
traveler also reports that the czar U ds
pleased at the ameer of Bokhara for refus
mg to enlist Russians amrnur his tramps
"Lord Randolph Ch'mhfli has returned
There have been 150 suicides in lh Grr
man army in eight months past.
Rumors urc current that a terrible fitato
of confusion ami alarm exists in tho czar'a
household owimg to halliirjnaitoo of ur
am'tmry dangers to witch the czar i sil
ject. "it is said on set lag an adja-ant
wuikicff rapidly toward him reccwtlv tio
car ceiled a revolver and alio tin- tvlj i
taatdead. Other accounts far the a.iju
tant made an attempt t-. k. It f
otaer firjtl id self defetue
ROJIK. Oct. 21. Cnrd n .1
papal secretary of stn: I
pope's i:atructioi, lias at
putxd linaeioa abrowl. dir.i f
lemkm to the pnncioal ?-! i
clesiastknl qietp-t of tlv J
thim to cuImt it1 r ! i i
different oti nii:,.nt v ml
the situation of i-' fh-ir !i !.
Bo.at, OaL 91. Int.-Ii! -received
that theJehnrer or-!
lieen put into prniHice. In i
htge in Roogal two human ,
fiewt, the object being to n
buerbar aeasnu'or. The
mimly afcemled tlie fnaemlpvn sui-l
d aith'bntTeiy. Their charred 1" ,-wU "
after wards earrtel by Um rtJu ." t
Dmu.N, Oct. 21. PfeherV .t.-'cr
Ilnyee reports the toe of ves"- akinj; tins
Wicklow oonit by the reccttt aUnM aegf
gnttng iu value 200.000. ami rts thai un
ItB rdief to affonlrti there wttf 6e m a h
dblrew Uiffrtiguout that region.
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A statement Contradicted.
Ciiatt-Utoooa, Tena., Oct. 21 II
James U. Rhitne, ia hi $twech at lu-'SHirg
yottrday, referred to Caattan'Mgo n .i
point in the 5oath where cni'rfw" TaVr r-
arcpaul 50 aad T?) cent per day.
Daily Times, in commentiar fi
speech, sars: Caretul inrntiiratioe t 'ir j 4 1 , uk-- n t'.icea
reveal's ine fact trial tla? lowest wage rwJ t j pt-rn at ' i w-r-,.-
mtr r.'u'n rrirv
Ikes sttturn'm'd Gen
rnv.ff1nflr rif it - f ti rrtu n
.U,U.OT. , ,..-
. p'rial pabt .' iinlvliH.it'
I sir .;ob- jrcjir i -ry t 'r .
K.i Hr a I! t laa u,Hi' r
Put O. t V.1 Tl- i
1 fi I trajjemtrnt tx !wm- i Pra'"
thit 'nni-d. U'0rai Ji d 'Ink
were eiecieu: x-reswem, isaac x.reu, .mues, ami imra i.-wKpaii;o oi numgw to colorwi Iabor in nar mdutrv H o 31 h
o; vice president. T. W. Worcester; dicry, also a battalion of colored troop?. cent pr day, and this rate cows cnl . a
iug secrctan-. S. 31. Jefferson, of In- As the carriage bcarittz the nr&identand few at the South Tredenr mm work- 1
PiTT-nrno, Oct. 21. The annual con-
For This Week Only.
The greater number of colored mfii at j i",ui. ?
these works receive wag running from : tlt- Vireaa pr
2 to S per day, with a brge numttT at j M' raJ army U
the intermediate rates of .$1.25 t 51 H j P""s " ll,' r '
What w sav of .ttattaooaa in Ihw rrari i" r.s.n
h.ooxrslle aa .
. -Th ,
1 . Ir
the oiUc-e of
ie gucste were j applies to Dirmingliam, J
the president of ' other places. Some ctntoried
teen mak- a
ocietv. w here member of
! ihf rivoruirtn eommhteo and a ff-w other
West Virginia, was opened here tonight distinsuiJied diizeas were formally intro-
witn a ermon by .Moderator I) Lunnmg- ,f,irwi irif nD hou" later, the nresii'r-nt ' fnr iu. m.ir.r m oT Oni! mit ..rk
arm of Governor Lee, made his ' inc in :
high a? 4 per dny as puddkm awl f ti.-i
dry men. in th section. We may say pm
ham, of Wheeling, W. Va.
! taking the
i way, h-.'ered by liw houts of ten thousand !
I voice, to the veraalA of tlie building and
.faced the welcoming multitude. "The
efnllv tltat tlie eaie rans fitwi $1
r greater ma&s of colore
i :ralw f h r
!1 - If
.'Ban t .
The Southwest Passenger I'ool. - voice, to the veranda of the buudim? and Humored Election Schemed.
Cuica50. Oct. 21. At the general meet-: faced the welcoming multitude. The j rxw VoitK, Oct. 21. The Tfmw tb
ing of the south we? tern Paeneer Assoeia-, huzzas having ceased. Colonel Roles! ; aiornini: sbvs A raawr wa drcclated
tion. held here todav. the ?t. LouLs & San i Beverly, president of the agriculture! so-1 reiteniaT that all sorfnfe and b'Taied
Francisco road v-as" not represented and it I ciety. stepped forward ami introduced roatis In U cttv woald be tied up on ek
was understood that it refused to enter into j Governor Lee, who m a bnel speech ex-. a,m fa aad ajo of tie shoe nl fartor-
anv orgouization to pool the pastncer bu- I tended a we!co:ne for the commonwealth , cioed ia order Uiai JaJborin aea might
ineiS on tlie tronosed basis. The w Frisco of Virginia to the presfelfent of the nation. 1 Gvr ;ieir power. It w&s sjd tliat :aea
can sive tiie association lines considerable nc prcsKient was men raironnceu y j jw u.k Uie rtay on -oaj Bute pr- f
j An i:n1r,Jor JJaira'4
uusj)' m vm rutittiv tmrr
louginst to the railroad company and not to trouble, as it is in position to demoralize all ! Colonel Beverly, who in behalf of the j &, 0f the paHs earfv ic tJie i&orttiag al TmvMmrj.
the United States. The commissioner, in business from St. Louis to Kansas and C-ol-, farmer- of Vireinia. wefeomod him to their . ook! cither jatimidate voters wJw wcrt . Bratfky w
his report, urges a vigorous prosecution
agtiinst both companiesr He says that the
public lands in portions of 3Fontana. Idaho
and Washington territories, are being
rapidly denuded of all their valuable tim
ber, and unless the full force of the OTvem
meut is exerted to put an immediate stop
to these operations, much of the public
limber land in said territories will oea be
nothing but a Isarren waste.
exmtfMir. wm lodged hi tft
Uib) roDraiog. At VJ1 tht '
wa5 armgnjri beUm JimUtc f '
ebarge of eMbecrJenwnt. H
affliction. It la oJerfl
crifsfoal coftrt wBl take afar . '
j aad by Sotnly lie 'will fc ! ' '
was talus Irtlore J
oradopomt- However, it was agreed to state. Deafenm? and proion?ei rneera j nol ;a faror of Henry George or raauag e aK rloc " fraw uatl f
iroonaDAl perfect the pool, meeting the mtl wiki wavingof liat- ami handkerchiefs j to fcoep ifam nJj4ffe the pottiog r S- TheosI tssprwi ' r
competition of outside roads in the lst greeted him. ,!a3ifl tbe?r petwn as exksma&l rf j wV io U st to JrtM ob. a h "
manner possible. The major portion of In a clear voice kind enough to be heard j tfc,y were compelled to go away to their j ca ISt tmt 38ata J? T ,f
the agreement was voted on and adopted. ' upon the borders of tlie great rauUiPiuc j pfeccs of bedce-! withoo: ratios rtiaae '" rer ' o4 JiH""c- J
j hc spoke as follows: of tlte leaders of tfce Gewre monnaeat CoIMas acr! Mm to r tmu ' ' -
of Mrsmia: While 1 , no-hooed tae minor as ri&ctilom and ! pemKtmUmxy J ' K ' " ,
incerely foryir5cuIre-1K.joK,a;foundaliOQi Urt U was admitted pr,$ xn" "firr-i mir : r. i
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Gonld a: iremphis.
Eemvuis, Tena.. Oct. 21. Jav Goukl.
Throttle Manipulator:. . Fellow-dtizfins
Xkw York. Oct. 21. The Brotherhood , thank vou most s
of Locomotive Engineer? continued their ! ception and recognize
s5Kn tooav wsth closed loors.
! coromiuees ami committee on
were annoiatfd Ibii ihoir nsia?
made ixtblic. Two seion1: a day will be ' welconse t- tendered not to an uniTwnai y aB,j jjg
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itandinsr I liospitanry ior wmen ikv jw,c "i -, aooot several day3 ago. it was iUM
crcilentiafe ci have always leea ltiagi-hai. I si r antberitv that two or Owe day
wrs not . iiillv aware that vour clemoastratjaa ot f,.w ri,,-, c.wW rr!H and ,
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who i on a tour of in-pectioa of hU rail- h'ld hv Uj dclcsates. The wives and ' but an locamL-sct of the olai .?"'rc ' coB&paoie to wetke ssxh tmvatsemeau Uwt J .tj ,irai(M. ,
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j Memphis wouki be soon ooe of the tcr
j minal points of his railroad system. Mr.
GouM returned to St. Louis at op. va. by
I special train.
lhies in the southwest, arrived flits j daughters of tlse'delegate went driving j cnwa-5 the goveratnent of tl
ine from St. Louis. At 8 o'clock he this afternoon in Central park. , States. Th slate of Virginia, ti
tred on change where he statexi lhat of prfNiieot, seven of rhot i
S. W Comer Douglas Ave. and Market St. sxs3isz?L
The Xoyal Legion.
Piiii.voEi.rinA, Oct. 21. -The annual
session of the
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etected fast srand ebancelior. JL H. , nremia c-cerri a s mac wnca iney are
Alien. Sedslia: rrand vice-chanceilor. J.
iiuford, Kansas Citv. CTaad prelate news and prownty of tnelr state.
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w;u in iui: yjuiix vi. v.VvitiUAintux-i-tni
at St. Louis was referred.
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