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VOL. V. KO. 135.
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TFIANSAS, SATUBDAY MOKSI-IG, OCTOBER 23,
WHOLE m. 761.
L. 22. It will be r 1
Severe SHocks of Earthquake
Occur Along the Atlantic
This will be a Great Weekw ith Us.
The Worst Since the Memorahle
Shock of August 31st
liuildinffa iu Charleston Somewhat
Damaged though. Ko Lives are
joiwfiiimiiil Discovery iutlie County
Cleric's Office at Greex-sburjr,
Kan.TIic Cleric Gone.
A IlisL. Old Sens
Special DUratcli to tfcc Dally E;
flHEKXsisuiiG. Kan., Oct
remembered that there was a very hard fight
i. ..-.,.-.. t. Snnt-i Pr tsiilrnad and the .
Rock Island railroad on the bond question EstahliShed
in Kiowa county, both companies having,
their elections ordered, and both elections
being in favor or the respective rauroaus.
On the day of the canvass of the vote the
Rock Island company was on nana wnu
its attorney and had its canvass of the vote
and its subscription duly made. Ko one
was present representing the Santa be
railroad. . , .
Tt is now ascertained that the count
clerk lias skipped and that all record re
ht'n" to the Rock Island railroad election
canvass and subscription is torn out of the
county records, and the Santa Fe subsenp
t; nnnmis ;it a nrior time.
Th people are very much agitated over
this. -Mr l-ow lias neeu wniiwi
i : 7ZZZZ ! iTiiTTmmmDT niOTADV
ThcGaraenvu; -.- I liAIHIKII 1 H tllMlini
1 I llfcllll Mill IIIV1IUIII.
Enactment Pound to Need
Acting Secretary of
Treasury Notifies the
Kentucky Horse Heats the Turf
Record, Mating a Mile and a
Quarter iu 2:07 --.
That Owners of Copyrights
r.ooks Must File Certificates
Mr. Chairman Randall of the Appro
priations Committee of Congress
will have the Committee
Firie Wraps! '
Our Styles and Shapes are Entirely Differ
ent from Any Others, and
Exclusively Ours. - y ;
G-P.EAT SALE OP
Weather Renoi l
WiCTiivrcTriv. T). C Oct. 20. 1 a. m.
The following arc the indications
For Missouri: Fair weather; southerly
winds; slightly cooler: followed by fair
For Kaunas. Fair weathei, southerly
winds becoming variable; slightly cooler.
Again Occur Along the Atlantic Coast
from Washington to Savannah.
Chai:i.i:-to:;, S.C.Oct. 22. The earth
quake shock today appears to have been as
severe in Charleston as in adjoining Mate-, of
Georgia and !Noi th Carolina. Special dis
patches have been received from all p:irts
of this and neighboring states indicating
that the seismic disturbances covered a
larger area of country than any previous
shocks. Iu Charleston and other points in
South Carolina the shocks were enough to
shake buildings bring down loose
plastering, and widen the cracks
made in houses by previous
shocks, but no loss of life is reported from
Chicago. Oct. 22. The general conven
tion of the Protestant Episcopal church re
sumed sitting this morning. The commit
ter on general theological seminary reported
that indications of present prosperity are
verv "ratifying. Rev. Dr. Godwin pre
sented two reports irom the commiuce ou
canon-. The first was on the report of the
joint committee on marriage anu invoice,
and a message of the house of bishops on
the same subject, with which the commit
tee was unable to agree, either in whole or
?., -nnrt Tho committee rccommeded that
the house of deputies do not concur in the
mesa"e from the house of bishops and
recommended the adoption of the canon
providing that marriages not authorized by
Gods word are unlawful; that minis
ters adnioufcli their people iroin
time to time that the chinch forbids clau-
. ,inin.- mnrvifi ,: ttifil marriage nun nut
be dissolved except for adultery; that Hie
"uiltv party in a divorce suit be prohibited
trom" marrying again dining the life of the
The leport in in other features was die
same as that presented by special commit
tee early during the session. Placed on
The report of the board of trustees of die
American church building fund was read.
It showed during the past year the trustees
had granted loans to fifty-four churches
and missions, in sums varying from Slot)
Sa 00U. Total amount paid out during
the 'year 25,000. The two houses then
went into "joint scion as a board of missions.
. . -.. .- . vn-v Eicle.
bpwuai uswuui --- 4V, Tne 1
Gardex Citt, rum., v.'". m (
Southwestern Kansas ExposHioa nssocia-..
lion, whose first annual exhibit was u-i.
here last week, is closing up its business in
a manner creditable to its managers and
satisfactory to all parties concerned. The
quality and extent of products u.pi.-
have demonstrated to the thousands of visi
tors that new Kansas, instead of being an
unproductive desert, has boundless natural
- -k-i.;-1i on industrious and encr-
cnjticpcople are developing more rapidly
than any new country was ever u
before. C. G. Constant, tecreiai...
whom ilevolved a large share of the
burden of the work, performed in mine
with conspicuous ability.
Sf. Louis 10. Chicago a.
T. Loo., Oct. :SJle fifth game of
the world's championshrp' scries ioui --.-.
2, ri,,v,n and the S. Louis Browns
Announced from Louisville, Ky.,
tnat Parties Named in
Possess Official Papers Bearing
on tner Northwest
Concocted by the Rebel Leaders 1 tir
ing the Late War and Entered
Into by Copperheads
' ' wis a tame affair, the latter wiumng easy
an Early Day and I'errect us y a score -.,. : d -,--3
rk Against the Assembly plan; as "--"" r,uW umpired for
of Congress. sauwieu !--;,-. T.ouis. and Kelly
niivnuniler. and no senous
propci tv. ihc custom nouso uviv ao
badly shaken, the western wing of the
building being cracked and the walls sup
porting the loof on the west giving way
slitrlitlv. . , -,
The shock at. 2.43 this afternoon is said
t i,.,vr. ltcd thirty second-;. If this time
THE riSESIDEXT'S 5EI.ECTIO.S. j
Wvshingtox. Oct. 22. The president
has selected 2ST. L. Uuford, of Mississippi,
for appointment as deputy fourth auditor
of the treasury, vice Sir. Davis resigned
Tlic acting secretary of the treasury has
written to Mr. A. IX. "Spofford, librarian of
congress, in explanation of the recent cir
rnbfr in icrard to detention for forfeiture
of books bv custom officers when the same
are imported into the United States with
out the consent of the owier of thecopy
r;,rht thfit dulv authenticated certificate
of such ownership are retiuired to be filed j l
,7.. -VTf..trt f,
uuM3.-. "-"A ;, ,livr .,n,l .cmnd
oQiciatcd between peii 9 . -----
bae as the referee. The playing ou both
sides was very loose, the batting heavy and
errors numerous, tne mtuj; --
.- i,vp l.t confidence in them-
selves and plaved a wretched game. Iwth td
the bat and in the field. Hint epocialh
dUtiuuished himself by his many and
rnstlv"errors. the Browns scoring no less
than twice on as many passed ball
once on a wnu " l"c"u"" .
In the ortnwc3t Vho were Dissatia-
tlcd wllU the Adinlulstration-,
The Whole Story to bo Published
and It id Said will Prodnco ;
Williamson pitchetl lor unicago m
first iunimr bnt was knocked completly out
of the box, and Ryan re occupied that po
t;t;, fnr ho remainder of the came, i ne
t 1. r.- r nrvnvifYtir Tftlll OMfll Illtl i
o) eauu u.ii . Wl.j wa... """-"--: ,lirns n the n-'t.t
every collector ot customs in me y. miwi .,-"-...: two men
States, under the seal ot the Jiurarian oi ; ----; -, , - ,.,.
Lutheran National Council.
Ciufvoo. Oct. 22. The national coun
cil of Lutherans organized today by elect-
in"- Dr. Spaeth of Philadelphia prcnicm,
ami bv electing both correspondingand rc
cordinir secretaiics in German, English and
tion are the presidents f
w;s"correctlv taken the shock this morning synods of the country.
v'is tvicc "as long. The waves moved session began with a re
from north to south. The shocks caused tee on foreign missions.
- "tc.tt TT 1 "K !T I1 B &
SwedL-h. Vice-presidents oi tnecomeu
tion are the presidents of various Lutheran
The worK oi me
eport of the comnut-
inn(rrf lieil CCrUHCUlUS Illll lUtluuc .1
listof all books now copyrighted and
owned by any author thereof, or by hi- or
A hTITtll IX TIME.
The clerk of the house committee on ap
propriations is about to send out notices to
members of the committee requesting their
attendance at a meeting to be held in this
citv on November 22, next. The next
session of congress being a short one it is
the intention ot the chairman (Randall) to
have appropriation bills entrusted to the
committee ready for action by the house
soon after it assembles-.
VXOTHEll AI'VCIIE CHIEF CAl III".
The following telegram from Gen. Miles
dated Ft. Apache. Arizona. Oct. 0, has
been transmitted bv General Howard to
tlu! war department:" A detachment under
'lentil cavalry, nas ju-i ai-
latter did good work lor a time out mu
as riinl began to play out he was obliged
to ease up and toss tne iraus wj ' -the
plate! and was therefore batted freely
md hard. , n ,tr
ueiti mnui: i" i"":
to score wlioot tier
left on bases. Hutl-
." ..:.!.. 1 rr tin Itrnivtis and did excel-1
lent work, only three hits being mude off'
his delivery. Bualiong caught him m his
usual brilliant style. .... ...
Caruthcrs did some brilliant batt ul
critical points in the game and fielded m
splendid style. . . .
The attendance was very large, it lKJiiifc
estimated that 10,000 persons witnessed tne
Corner Dourias av. and Market St.
no interruption to business.
CiiAULESTOx, S. C, Oct. 22. There
was a sharp earthquake here at o:1z o clock
this morning. Its duration was about
twelve seconds. Houses wei c shaken and
windows rattled but no damage was done.
Tim thfilrn was sharp also at Summer-
ville and was followed by sceialbaby
quakes, as they are called.
TnWrfmhic advises state that the shock
was felt at Savannah, Augusta, Columbia,
Orangeburg and other points in the state.
While the recurrence of quakes is tiymg
to women and children, it causes no liitcr
. ,..;v, i.ttiinr iii business or the Avorl: of
repairing damage, which is piogiesmg
tlaxta, Ga., Oct. 22'. A distinct
earthquake shock was felt hcic this morn
imr about ) o'clock.
CoixiiiuA, S. C, Oct. 22. There was a
heavv caithqualce suocic ncre at -j-y
o'clock, lasting thiily second. It was pre
ceded by a loud, conuuuous mm w.i..s, jloul,i demund of the tatc.
.vbidi InMral until the tmakc passed oil. S110mu
Xearlv everyone was awakened by the
shock which swaved buildings and Kittled
things lively. It was the heaviest shod:
felt since August ol.
Wilmixgtox, Del., Oct, 22. Two dis
tinct shocks of caithquakc were felt here
this morning about 5 o'clock. One was
quite .severe and shook houses and awoke
many people. No damage leported.
LoirisviM.i:, Ky., Oct. 22. A slight
ti,r...i.- nf oniiiimifiko. was felt here at :10
rmininn tv-iR introduced asKimr me
c?.ar of llussia to grant the Lutherans of
the Baltic provinces the same privileges
they had under the czar's father. The ies
olution w ill be forwarded to the American
minister at St. Petersburg.
CU.NELVXT), O., UCt. .'. At I lie Ciu-
vcralist general convention at Akron to
da' it was'decided by a unanimous vote to
cn"-a,Te in foreimi missionary work, and a
committee on "foieign missions was ap
A resrluliou was adopted to use all funus
subscribed . for church extensions for the
niirnose instead of allowing the same to ac
cumulate. . .
On the temperance question resolutions
were adopted iavoring united and earnest
work asainst the demon of strongdrmk',
declaring total abstinence to be tiic only
cure formtemperauco; that the entire sup
piesiou of the manufacture, importation
wlsale of intoxicating beverages is the
..i ,,-r. timuiil wmk for and the boon we
rpi.n-,.,nn woe frlllpil ill the
1 11U .iun. ...w -. , ,.
ning on account or darKiies,- ut ,
games played so far, the Cliicaso- lnue
won two and Browns three.
The following is the score:
1 :i 3 4
...0 1 -t
0 1 1
Kv.. Oct. 22.-
Lonsvaus, Ivy., Oct. 22. Tl.. Timui
publishes an interesting column nrtUle
concerning the northwestern mnp'ncy
and the attempt of the Confeiloratv cocru
ment to relca' southern prisoner in the
north. The article sys. The moum
tioual publication of secret history ier
nvide in this country w alKiut to b. vmW
In Louisville, since the death of t' - Hon
Jacob Thompson, renewed ink n t. i-m
been felt in the disposition made vt 1 pa
pers relating to the attempt ot tlu V n'w"
cnite goyernment to reletiN: foull:- rn i ri
oners confined in the north, to arm and n
orgnnixc them, and by the eo-opcral" t of
.i ti.nmititiilu- dlwatisfletl wMi Mr
Lincoln's admfnistration through tlu state-
of Ohio Indiana and Illinois create amr
riou which would relieve the nvn upon
the army at the front. t
These papers and many other, n. a'uijr
to the movement are in the hanlWf
Chief Justice lliiw-. of Kentucky, who wan
in charge of all active operations Majnr
ti, i : r,wtiomnn of this city was the
principal aid to Judge 1 lines, and the
two centlcnu-n have ftr sonic timi been
considerintr the advisability of giving t the
public full information of what is now pru
crallv known .as the "Kortliwcsu-ni mn
spinu'v - Tht-e pajK-r will if -tipple
mentel by valuable public documents and
the announcement is made that th South
cm llivouc will Ivgin the publicatlun ft all
of these documents in the Ihtt-ui! - . ur
of that magazine.
The- impoi tance of the movuJu
ni.vor vn! Ik'i-ii fullv undcrstoI
icn biinHit in. (Siirned.') iele. "'TP'r '. .. -n, . nn Vmnh Ward, of which .was the hons')lMin
-vn !f is. lLUteuii. iui- i'- - i ,.:... r ti.i,. ii,niitiLiii t jn-- - ""-
Llkwood and J no. C.
provoked a lengthy discussion.
In the afternoon several addresses were
made, including one by 3rrs L. A. Chris
tian, a delegate from the W. C. T. L . m
behalf of the work of that organization.
Over 20,000 have been subscribed for vari
ous objects during the convention.
biding. The roll call
200 Pair all "Wool
Scarlet Blankets at
Worth Fully $5.
o'do'-k this evenin-r, lasting about five sec t mi-sionarry society voted to discontinue
-ic Tho vibration, were nearly north ! the French mission at Paris. Tin" subjet
Arc.iT.. Ga.. Oct. 22. Two severe
shocks of earthquake were fell hero today
one at 4:4" a. m. and one at 2-17 p. m.
Cuauwto, S. C. Oct. 22. There
were two sharp shocks h'-r- at 2:4- this af
ternoon, with equal severity at Summer
ville, Columbia and Augusta.
ll.vi.Eic.ir, N. C. Oct. 22 Theic were
two distinct earthquake shocks here about
3 a. m. and o p. ni.
Coix.mpia, S. C, Oct. 22. Another se-
veie earthquake shock, accompametl by
loud detonations, has just occurred here.
2:i"; p. m., shaking buildings for about siv
seconds. Xo damage.
Wilmixgtox, X C, Oct. 22. Another
distinct earthquake shock occurred.tlns af
ternoon at a quarter to :'.. No damage
WasiiixctoX, D. C, Oct. 22. A
ci;i, Mrfiirinnkc shock was felt here at
2:fo this evening. The tremor lasted but
aiiiueiaiii, u. "r.-"sr.r;'":.f,i, I include total abstinence
;pi ypeonuiccompustu ... -, minben?llir): to
tourtli story oi tne oiai . j an Qrk jQ It
r.f fm- tiio Snirorers. I "ent, asking consrcs
TIIH xkw sii.veu cnr.TiKic.vaxs
It is estimated at the treasury depart
ment that the ultimate issue of the new one
and two-dollar silver certsiicates may ag
"rcatc fifty million dollars, and the hve
flolhir silver ccitincates sixty million dol
lars. AXOTHKIt EXl'LAXATIOX.
Gen. Hazcn, when asked by a repot ter
this evening regarding disallowances by the
second comptroller ot the signal service ac
count, said: The puimsneu aunounccmeiH
of the' million-dollar allowance is very mU
i...wiimr -iTitl the statement made by the
second comptroller that Capl. Z'iills and
Lieut. Craig were not bonded is incorrect.
A fair statement would have included the
fact that thce disallowances were
onlv made upon alleged in
formalities and that Uipsc expenditures
were based upon orders ot tiic secretary ot
war upon precedent offenders and the ap-i-ivnv.it
and settlement of these accounts
tment. The question oi copits oi
ms not being Hied with the accounts
is simply this: The new comptroller seeing
a regulation referring to the portion of the
armv that copies of telegrams snoum ac
company accounts, erronou'Iy aviimcd
that it pertained to the signal service, when
in fact it did not and never had done so,
and l.is whole claim now rests on this er
ror, which he adheres to now that all ap
Thov Finally Agree.
CuKAr.o. Oct. 23,-At the meeting of
the Southwestern Passenger association to
day the members .succeeded in agreeing up
on the manner of pooling Iiumiic. to and
from the south passing through Cairo an;
St Louis Adjournment was taken until
tnmnrrow inirinn.!r wiinout u Hiug .-"
nn il.n choice of a commissioner.
'. choice of a commissioner. J he
ictwill probablv be perfected and
ed tomorrow antl it is believed that
UiJlli ui .- ' ,.., ,
raid of Morgan Mirougu i miv i
this brilliant cavalry leader v.. i ti..
-..l .1 tinriuinnil Willi the t' .1
131JWI1.-'1 iiiivi ....j.. ;- --
ollieers of the raid, it dcvel-.i,, I t'. f .rt
that there was Uironghout the v r . vtM
"rejit dissati-tfaclioii wlthi'i ;" '
at Washington, and this hd tl- I
ate leaden to take advantap- "
turbed situation and if no:hU - "
co openition of theso dfawtwaal da t
The purpose of this wa 'tH Vs
sJrengthenwI by the nun esff til iff. ' -
bv Gen. Jlorgiui, JimIjp Hiik" J-" '
to evajw from the Ohio jK-mtii'tia
ter this event Capt. INnci .l i r
Kichmorul.Uierehccoiift.rrnl ui'h I
dent ln in a to the l)Ct iikjsji 1 1
HMm Women Missionaries
IC vxs b City. Oct. 22. The National jiad been made previously by the treasury
Chiistian ilissionarv convention adjourned tlepar
at ."5 o'clock this a"iternoon, to meet next telegr
October at Indianapolis. At tiic morning
scssioii it was decided to continue the dis
cipline vear book, the price being fixed at
2.")cent.s"acopv. It was voted to continue
and extend the mission work in Colorado,
and the board was instructed to investigate
tl,r fu.,l of Xew Mexico. The foreign
theaiuiirs of the association will bo placed
in charge oE .1. W. Midgely. at pn-sent
commiSioner of the soulhwe-tdrn railway
..r.,;..iiMn until the vve-teni and north-
iiiovv.-"i . & i rirn
westem pools aie fixed when a permanim , ,,...,..,, ,.r ,. kitnatIon
ommii-sK.ner vill be chosen , u W(H tlnnllv decidetl t u -u,
OnTFartlns Shot. Sm4P&.S .f'T.'v ,
-. . oi T!v lsi of the cennncu unvuji.n i.. ..-.-.
Oct. 2f-Thyltoto.ua j(, aJr.
Pinkcrton guards and aooui me iii oi i .. - - njn:itirm lo a-fiai- tli .
prlouem, nnrl a movement f i
.,. w nbmhitulv nwxiearT i .
recruit the cxhuitcd arnilc- f V
Mhe fttst ptirptHe. thnf"i v
cure the relemie of Iniprhoiii-l -the
coininMowrn ppoial v
iavicw wefpth- lUm .!:"' I
nad the Hon. C. M t lij '
l-ia iu vm-" - ,. ,, ,.
I it"" 1
til i f .
inkcrtoii guards and alwut the last of the
ion-union men employed by Annonr&Co.
left the yards
last night. The train in
charge of a detail of fiftun police who
w-c directions that the windows of the
raw lw kept closed, that no uwy demon-
... 1 Ar!n llii ll-nttl Kliellfcd
the corner of Fortieth street and i inter
avenue a shot was ilred at the ar m which
the non-union men were but it was oajllr
dirccteil and paea over -."' " ' j wrn ... v1mKe of j u,j 0.
incident occurred aurmg uw- im-n.---' - j wjihJoll0 y,; (jihumv
train to the city. . . I These documents- i!lnct
.... m . -..ni.s. fcjrniMnfimt ii ------. - m
Ihe ouicners me ui i'"""Y - --
i., .. 'I'i.a iitrr Titiu lul uisfitnu't . - . .i i. i A .jm. w.i t
rt.nt rrrmmrl tfir 11 IISS li.L'II MCWt i imivuv- .- .... .t. 1diriiftV.Wll WIH W '' -
awav It was on this alone that he claimed ..,lt of their meeting P " ,nf heiwetn the had- r, .f I.
that a half million dollars had len mis- faction at inS ,r CfmP,,n-v lhffi intcr5or army,
placctl To thc-e facts he replied that the j bulchci-s arc now v,orluae. j rfjiC ljf ., f)j,jJioi, '
copies were necessary for the accounting - enitneni at Wwhingtc.n arou;'
r.. .- 1!. !.. ll.Je if.,- not trlir ' Cif.ttnllTni.ll'yi Stl'lKU. I.t v., uliu tWllitil I I
imrnuso of all the eiirlit great dcijartmente i , ,SVii.iJi. Kv.. Oct. 22. The : d? ,, Jmw wever Leon well
of the government none but a ioriion oi
the war department ever furnish any cop
ies for that purpose, it would not have
been necessary in this case under any cir--ict..iip;
since the correctness of the
National W. C. T. I. Convention.
MiKXEAi'Oi.i-, Minn,, Oct.22. The na-
tiona convention o ul u .j-- -i ; V"r:;ihv:iYS c,rtiacd to bv a disin
ed this morning, i hiss e.a:-s 'w..- v ..-r: - --. ,.-. . ,
slsovvcct ncany cvtr r-toiuu luiii... --- ---
such cases, and had they been
o,.d no one but an expert in tne
delcate present, including a nuniucr irvui -w
n..f".i.. Arr rriT-.- T. Willartl. mother all
.- i. ,v..;,?nnt n biilv 92 vears otd. occu funu
n f n hc o n the platform The president signal office could have aunucu iem
SounW rcomm ee on credentials since they were all in -cipher and without
I n S then ileli veSlhcr annual address. I address and signature, and any number of
Tl S " d Ss o?M ss Willard was an ele-1 copies might have teen hubstituted and no
-in o'cafo? nuritv and temperance. It ; other auditor could have detected it lln,
aiu p.ca ior I""y ,r r,min-1 ;, ., nid matter. General Haen continued.
cin:e wnu a scuta ui .""' '"" .....---
mentiations, among which are the follow-. aud
mg: A sv.stem oi iurtns"i' .;,."-
misaddress to the
,..;.,.., on in ibc I jmwnllc iv 2i
Sl HV."w-. ---' " . .
yards, twenty-four in numoer. quit wunt
this morning, and not one of the old force
is on dutv. Tmnsportiition of frelglit lia
been grcatlv dcliived. but railroai oJUduto
claim thev "will have ample fwrce at work
in a few days. Xo disturbance I he men
sav thev do not intend to eu br k to worK
till their demands Ur iv. arc granted.
They say they do not intend to resort to
That 'ew Alaskan IJlvor.
Chicago. Oct. 22, Lieutenant Frojpr
j ick Sdiwotka was m the &7KV'
H. has itist returned from AhtsJca. ne
t . ; .. ,.t I r. : l - .1... u.nlm?rr m
now nrouqni up impij as u . ! lie was amuset " w..w.--rf
....... . .nnr mp. r.n mv rotnrn 1 his is ... v, VrtrL- tvWsiMOers over n
llllill . ..J.lr - v... .--. -. - . v. .H .. ...- . . ,. ,
Uic papt m.ftwl tliryri iy -rv
IKjisonal totcTGH iMru -ww .
Saraeof tlietHi&l.TU " '
cnterpriic were arre-p-1 tri d
srl; othenwere rre-l " ' '
want of cvklf ncv. 'J'Mjuwa'
foraKeiieral uprWa? ai
rKfonl The mm. I
Evcn'nt iVtMhingUNi very U I
lating on Uti rphode f U
Uie authorities there, though ?
naliy able i thwart H. v. r 1 r. '
cxttot. nor the inanitoh f ''
myed ia it.
The frr tf Uie north w4 r i
mkl Gen. 15. Daxe. oae ot '
r. urMftv. Texas. Oct. 22.' Pleasures
for the relief of the Hood sufferers at Saline
Pass and Johnson bayou nave m no wise
abated here. Subscriptions of Galveston
now asrerc-rate STvjOO. Houston has sent
several carloads of clothing and provisions
aud a couple of thousand dollars. The
mavorof Beaumont has received a tele-
-1 cational bill; for
woman s care in
a prohibitory ame
tion. Also one
t .. i .:..... : i.r.- lr.nn mcn in xiify' .r Tna mfr in hUBOl. vmj. e skm .i.r t.i ihj i nniffirn. -
Iv of Ir askimr tiem w ic stcontt uuiu n- "-- - ....- eovuiy h .j . , -" - J "'"" w 77 . J ,
IV. . 11. " ? ..,,.,. l.f,r. l-.inrr rnvM to . Krn n Mlrfl neT. W Pftt fi t ,,m ,MJ UUtfui' ll H'. ' .
Sl"S SSLlSini 1 omco rnccrnetl. It I, unpalcntcti Kuiit. aI if the b ojp. H h- k 2m tbe f -'
s' v... v. .--... 3- - . . ft rtr - .t . ..- miiip 1 Oil fSU StT I i. i. ....ll,u m .. that .if
of the White Cross move- and invidious, since m iuw' " , .: "" onf-' w,4'" , V- MT. .. 7 ,in ikvmv " y -- ;
oi wit iimo v - B(M;nj .,1 bureaus of tbe ,!,,. T,.m river is a liew dicoTerr. thai I -,!. nf tnffa (ii,,,, Itnllai.
,l0,:luy.V'a "1" "ll?." :;;"f 1- the mc w-Ut for thirtr Kf!: Uiat it U ikH T- m&fonW arctol J-
tiic aooiuion o, ,it. i..t .m , .u,u. ZxZTZn .. ,w.1l nv-ncTiirxd cws- 7 . oy r,nl or mvp. but tlsfcl ,," .-i. ,i .;, of .-
for the placmgoi wnic ui. , uuiua.. i .. ... - - t w - - "i"- :- . , ,,f ,m4 nMn. "- , "..., ,. . l1t,
til ncnal and nhilanthror-' om to aiwavs reier aim u;ut.cni ne on vro j t - raaiie b iw "-"
npliSSon to SnaiW for ' to the otHcm interested forthrir sjteme u te reccxbl the wkl ovrr. ,. ,!,.
i'"vu .. .- .-... .. !.!... .I., , i u r iriisnent ... v tn iw- iAAvaluti
A joltjraio ijut: i
City. Ocrt. 11. A Jonroal
. ... ... ....... i. -. i-an fnratMn tie?e
,t;no- llw !ir! ivl in n till K1I1I1 Ita v . . . "- .
"" .- .,.-.i.i:.: f .'. tr. fr.!- iIik cminesv nas now -. jvav
rrlklbl. Gen.-llaen added that U KoonrHJe
c;.TTf.r n"i!st the use of opium, and ior
this courtesy has now as a-
(ien. nazen iuibw " : ioohtiul-, jiu , nj"w . . . i ue .rt)irT3K
.. .1..,. .liiMUrt-nrMl .1 K.l C vrr-n tMnnUKiS!l ASVr ! . .... -. I .
i.-.,n. iiictnmL' as hwi u...""imiL'Kuium w. .i-.v t "-'-. , tp uint h n
.'111 1.11111 .1. ...w -. . . . i " . . . I E ..M-MW. . r - '
r ' i TIi"t-Tfrt Honnlnv "-? --,..-- -".. i- . !.. -s--rirt -.Viis IHH1 uu
rrriTi. i nini v a itiatiu..v.u v--- -. - ,, . , , n-tinno iTnrr' i isct a'-t ir wut v-:-w- - j .
si'.OOO on behalf of the Southern Pacific 1 1',-Wr"; ri,t T.k. of En-land. Cant. Mflh ! Lfcur. Craig rtiouhi have
Railway company: also a teiegram from - f canjula anj a. Pear-1 an opportunity to -answer ux P' "V.
Col. A.IL Lellou statin" that 1 'naden t J ouinan " . ctinveiiton of bav7neyer, hesafd, Itsd thematic drowj.-.
Cleveland has remitted to him a dratt for j 7" ".'-- ' ,i. nr .iwjr nintrv- tn .Itcir attention. . 1
-v s ..1f, f flw ,flrprc It k estimated that! "K mu."- .--'".'; - '. ,"i. he looked ixto. Coorwrranel
-.- l-r-sr- iii.Ai,or vim OOfl has Iwcn sul-crilMd . ! w!nn m tne won... , ....ui -.rWi-l htHnf thJ a mraibr-r of
I I I I I V i but it is confidently expected liy the Ua- -wiiilc Tlierc's Life There's Hope, niuias sMom at Pire Xstaiwl. .J-i "
vylJLX Y 1 veston. Beaumont and Orange relief com- K v6f) 0tt 0ire of t court. thirgl with vwjtia? ?wd taken ; - A 1
C mittecs that this sum will 1)0 increased to ' nil-in3ed jmarchfets stated j frm tJie w5- of the Oregon, has UmAer-1 Ceoa-i Ji-J
: .. .!.. .nAflmr rrlAtlriT. fir II
r!vt t&e K.irt t' CU-
Ue nfcdcat prw rr &t
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llllli: . M1. . w. -w . - .. dl- 1 . T . "
nntii ? w iimiat8: deomistloos ia Howard . -. ,f ihriril-r ,--tb f-
ccaatr liver Loik-m aaoat i.(k.i-w . j,. , lb&t ,,n .: tfs ;
. i tJ L. JT -1 ir - ;.
Iast nishl a numtwr 01 cp-ww ":' " ThTi-vo J ' ' "'
Ifae lKioe of BBl Cooper, lie po f- a4 an U t itr
andftrwl Lbraafb t"w "- ,"Bjs
SVnOBBlT TOTWnS- rwT. i ".
S'j llf'lF'JP -
'S. W Corner Douglas Ave. and Market. St.
nearly 100,000 within the next tea naj.
The if e5T?. Blaine.
iLtWOl.. IA.. ucv . -'-'
Y-lJtpai u, '
.?, ,.- avSt-xt-' .
tr.i.i tbat ii5 '
itmi f-m -in : I' r
new trail , Ly rfe-igwttion to the mjy jheiBlan lanflcrs ""VJ7,i to a
;rssyr-!EEs. sr. -5-1 . 5S-: .-. .a-,:- m-
llnowxsvnxK, Pa., Oct- 22. Hon.. 'a ; aecisjons, winch it is claimed sJhw Oie in 1 - at him. now ia ?&? Ua ac lie capwww - $juim. Tw ,
G. Ulaiue, accomonnfcd by his two sous, s-,K1;ons of the eoirt wene improper It ' -oncTthhd. If the dwnce 41-bJ ae green. ( 79 pj-Mrt av
devoted the dav to visiting the --rcnes of U. jj j; t!ie ln3n trjio incited by n l tLtsmi-Scd, s vnr OiHe- i:obbo4. i tluowlag f t 34fc
his childhood. The party -pent several i g-j, or n;,ig, wa, beheld eana.lv t JV? -tilth. Oct Sl-Tw ersHiB08ft. Hw rj
hours in the old mansion where he was m. .v5h the acluaj pcrpesralor of the Mi-Sonr! JLilitan' Matter., eiikosttk -;-Jn-: - lhc iaksii- reaaiS f "
. -. t .1... r.- . i. . . . . . .... .1. . .rt .. . ... rt 1 t -.f .. . 1 fT Ti rr"i im.v-. -- -
toin. :iuu aiM) .isjivii . ," . i cihi. iil-i iji. uiat .v . , i. t-ii i it.. .:. - -- .. . .
parent? and hi-sister In the okl Catliohc nol vet expired the court can grant the
cemeterv. This evening hespofceal antmutkK
immense meeting held in tiic public , -
square. The address was non-oiHical and .
It'HT Il.l 111 lL LTUIUW- v.- s -- - - - .. ;
ted with the town and vicinity. Tomor-tbe TirDanocrat f - w ! ofAnitrica-!
wIln"gSL;P:uie ,hvV.rfthfaevl ""
-iog ft ttiar
. T H f T l
. - -? fcT frfTPIXK' ! Oil IA3ST !- Vfc. -- t - - --
, niv stv-eial .say. the ate mHiia-v commit- ABp?Flr"lL Iioa.. mSi in Keatttckr. It 0 '-' .
. .' i lava nth 1 riiin ?Mi r "-- .?.. .. - immi . 1 t-tii -------' -'-