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VOL. Y. KO. 141.
WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY 'MORWJS&. OCTOBEE 304 1886.
WHOLE NO. 76S.
123 and 125
Hew lo tie Line Let ilie
Now We'll Give You a Benefit
We don't offer Worthless Trash that sounds
cheap, but always something good. ,'
I j! lie! (IS
Wait 'til! Friday Morninaforthis Barg'n
2 iti a?
Continue this list owing only to lack of space," but rest
assured we have the biggest house rull of the "biggest
bargains you can find in a clay's jouniGy from Wichita
Show you the best values in blankets you ever saw
in your life.
T'lj Show you now the most elegant selection of Ladies)
111 wraps you ever gazed upon. They are the most exqui-.
site productions of the"
TT7 D "We are headauartex-s f or the most, eiaoorate assort-
l A A meat of silks, plushes, novelties, dress goods and trim- j
ill L"U mings. Madame Chambers is just home from the east, i
and wants to see yuii.
"'J dozen gents bine mixed shirts
ami drawers at tho extraordinary
price of S3 l--2o raoh.
10 dozen ladies till wool lmescnrlet
vcs$,and ianls always boon sold here
tofore at $1,15 at 60 cords.
i One ease heavy trill all-wool scarlet
jflatrnel, worth 50 cents, at 130 cents per
Two cases best quality prints per
fect in every respect and good styles
at 4- cents per yard. Ladies who
want to nialco comforts will'rembrace
this opporturrily lo buy prints for
: 20 baled nice cieau eotlon bat, opens
joitt in lasers. Ladies v.iio want to
Jmake comforts will cmbraco this op
porlunilv io buv bar.
10 pieces plain colors and 10 pieces
stripe bouclo to match, at the wonder
ful price of 29c per yd. They arc new
-tyli-li clloci? and wili mako a hand
some dres. You havo never f-cen
similar goods not as pretty, for twice
the money. Those goods are not m
the store, vot.
Look at this towel. 75 dozen nice
Damask towels, good quality, 7 1-2
Bigget tiling on earth. 25 dozen
large size, all linen, crcpo finish towels
at 12 1-2c.
This heats them all. 100 dozen Irish
and German knotted fringe, satin
damask, cream and white towels ft 25
5 pieces loom damask tabic linen at
17 cents per yard.
j n pieces nice all linon bleached satin
idamask labia linen at -In cents per
5 pieces extra wide, very heavy, all j
iicoi oroam damask table linen at 35c
100 dossen nice fringed napkins at 19
gauls per dovcri.
40 dozen good quality 3-4 size nap
kins at 1.35 per dozen.
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
Secretary MannmgAgaln ,atjils
Post, IliS First Act ::s
Issue a Call for Ten Million
Dollars of Three Per
Gen. Sheridan Seta Aside the Verdict
of the Court Martial Acquitting1
A Hiding of Assistant Secretary
Taircliild in tlie Matter of Import
Duties on Iron Ore.
Commissioner Atkins' lleporfc on tlie
Indian Kervico v.'ith Bccommeu-
ilutious as to Lands.
Wasuisgiox, T. C, Oct. SO, 1 a. in.
The following arc the indications for Mis
souri: Fair weather, southerly winds,
Tor Kansas and icbraka: Fair weath
er, southerly "winds, no decided change in
CAPITAL BOD GET.
AT HIS 1'OST.
VfAsniKOTO.N-, D. C, Oct. 20. Secre
tary Manning assumed actual control of
the treasury department for the first time
pincc he was taken sick. JIo signed all
the mail requiring the signature ot the sec
The proceedings of the court martial,
assembled in this city in the case of Capt;
Win. S. Johnson, U. S. A., retired, have
been made public. Capt. Johnson was
tried upon a charge of duplicating pay ac
counts and the court martial returned a
verdict of not guilty. Lieut.-Gcn. Sheri
dan, v.ho reviewed the proceedings, set
abide the verdict. Tiie lieutenant-general
says: The accused admitted execution of
two sets of vouchers for his pay for the
same mouth. The evidence shows that he
allowed the vouchers to pass beyond his
control, so that both wee presented anil
paid. Tlie government was thereby ex
posed to fraud, for which Capt. Johnson
cannot be held rxcu-aLle. The leleasoof
the accused from arrest ha been ordered
aiid the court martial dissolved.
The action of the lieutenant-general in
disapproving the findings of the court, ac
quitting the accused, is said to he almost
without precedent in the administration of
military justice. The accused stands al
most in the same position he occupied be
fore the trial, although he can't ha tried
again for the same ofiensc.
CALIi roil r.oxo.-.
The secretary of the treasury this after
noon issued the 14 jlh call for the redemp
tion of bontK The call is for $10,000,000
of bonds of the 3 per cent, loan of 1&S2.
and notice is given that the principal and
accrued interest of bonds hei cinbelow des
ignated will be paid at the treasury of the
United States, in the city of Washington,
on the 1st day of December, lb8C, mid the
interest on ?aid bonds will cease on that
day. viz: Three per cent, bonds Issued
under act of congress, approved July 12,
lt5S2, and numbered as follows: $-10, orig
inal Xo. 40: S100, original JS'os. G10 to 040,
inclusive; $300, original I"os. 2ol to 2b-").
both inclusive: $1,000, original Xos. 217G
to 2131, both inclusive; $10,000, original
Xo-. G:J20 to 7;10S, both inclusive; total,
The bonds described above me other
bonds of the original issue which have but
one serial number at each end. or "substi
tute bonds'' -which may be distinguished by
the double set of numbers -which are
marked plainly original numbers and sub
stitute numbers. All of the bonds of this
loan will be called by original numbers
only. Parlies holding bonds called by this
circular can obtain immediate payment
with interest to the date of presentation by
requesting the same m tiro letter forward
ing the bonds for redemption. Many of
the bonds originally included in the above
numbers have been transferred or ex
changed into other denominations on
"waiver,'' tiie original numbers being can
celed or have been redeemed under the cir
cular of September 13, 188rt, and leaving
outstanding the apparent amount above
A'TT.UIT SECr.r.TVKY I'AlIiCIlIliU
today decided tint in a"smg duty upon
iron ore tiie weight of the imported ore
after being dried at a temperature of 212
degrees, Fahrenheit, tliall be accepted, un
dcr an opinion of tlie attorney general.
The base of duty to lc accepted is what
ever is known to commerce as iron ore.
After a careful inves'igsUion the depart
ment finds according lo the weight of evi
dence that the irou ore of commerce is ore
from which moisture ha 1 been removed by
drying at the temperature of 212 degree:
Collectors of customs have been instructed
that entries of prior importations may bo
liquidated and customs refunded in accord
ance with the above decision where the im
porters have complied with requirements
as- to protest, appeal and suit.
a ::ncF.:T w.-covkut.
In 111- report of the operations of the
geological survey during September Di
rector I'owell says tiiat geographical work
in the west wa3 greatly limited by fie
smoke and haze which "prevailed in Incw
Bngkmd. Six hundred j.nd forty three
square miles of topography was completed
w hile engaged in geological work iu tlie
Atlantic division. Trof7 Schaller discov
ered a point of much interest in its bearimr
on the nature of recent changes ot
level of the 2ew England " coast:
it is that the rivers that riow from south to
north have a great amount of marshes in
their valleys and hardly a trace of alluvial
terrace, while rivers w inch run from north
to south are not bordcr.-d with swamps ami
ail have distinct terrace-. lie offers as aa
explanation the theory that the shore has
all been tilted up to northward, tk'is partly
destroying the drainsge of rivr-rs which
AS TO HTDIAN ArFAHW.
Tire Commissioner t f Indian affair?, .Ti
D. C. Atkins, has juit completed his annu
al report showing the operauons of the In
difin bureau during the Jas; fiscal year, lie
begins by calling attention to the unmistak
able evidences of progress made by n.any
of the tribes and sayj-T The excellent ttm
jer, subordination and general tranquility
which, with two or th cc exception5, Lave
everywhere prevailed is e.f iiseif a most
s'.rsprdous omen of progress. Many facts
fully establish the claim that (luring lire
past year the Indian nice has
taken a firmer step in tbe rasrch toward
civilization than"fcver before in the same
length of time. The estimates for carrying
on the Indian service have been reduced
from 7,328,010 in 18S0 to 5,G0S,873 for
1888, and but foran increase of $177,500
in the estimate ttr educational work the
reduction would have been greater. Con
siderable space lr devoted to a discussion
I of the condition and future of the five civ
ilized tribe3 in the Indian Tenitor3 Ilc
ferring to the attempts of Iwomcrs to en
croach upon thdr reservation, the com
It is not reasonable to expect that the
government will never tire of menacing its
own people with its own array; therefore it
becomes vastly important that these five
civilized tribes should co-operate with the
government in establishing peace and quiet
within their borders. After speaking of
the failure of thce Indians to sympathise
with the government in its effort to pro
mote the making up of allotments of land,
Commissioner Atkins says that it would be
best for the Indians to divide their lauds in
severalty, allotting 100 acres lo the head of
a family, and eighty acres to each minor
elrild. The large surplus remaining
should be sold to actual settlers
at a jiiot price and the procc. Is would en
able the poorer Indians to improve their
allotments, put up school buildings etc.
Says the commissioner: Let these "Indians
at "once assume all the rcs-jonsibilty of eit
izens of the United State.-, with "its laws
extended as a protecting aegis over them,
and the day of their fear aud apprehensions
of marauding whites will be forever ended.
Tiie commissioner dwells at length upon the
surplus land3 in the Indian territory and
says were all the Indians of the United
States to bo uprooted and transplanted to
that territory there would be, including
those now residing there, 230 3-1 acres for
each living Indian, lie suggests that
the Iviowas, Comanches. "Wiehitas,
Cheycnnes and Arapahoes, the only In
dians ru the territory west of longitude 08,
be removed to lands east of that line, lie
expresses his conviction that the proposi
tion to throw open Oklahoma to white set
tlement would be an experiment dangerous
to all concerned. It ia, therefore, recom
mended as a preliminary step that congress
authorizo the department to appoint a
commission, who shall visit: the Cheyeuncs
and Arapahoes, the "Wichita? and Kiowas,
Comanches and Apaches, in the Indian
Territory to ascertain their views -with ref
erence to the subject of removal to lands in
said territory east of the 93 degree.
Tlie report says that the immediate
necessity for die establishment of
United " States district courts with
in the heart of Use territory of
the five civilicd nation", say Muskogee u
Ft. Gibson, no longer admits of aloubt.
Tiie necessity f' e legislation by congre-s
upon the question f leasing Indian lands
is also a subject of -emark. The commis
sioner refers to lyi instructions to agents
looking to the teaching of In.li-n how to
farm, :m 1 says hi intends to see I.) it that
they are fully carried out. Tirj succe' i-r
non-success of the Indian farming experi
ments, hewns, will require somcycara to
demenstratc. The commissioner in treat
ing of the Indian Pchcols, speaks
in the difficulties experienced in frcciug the
children from adverse home iniluence, and
after some diciK-ion of the matter says:
At this lime, however, I would not advise
diminution of mate-ial aid and support to
any of the different kinds of schools now
fostered by the government; all are doing
excellent and etlleilftUte'rvice in their par
ticular spheres. 1'e suggests that an In
dian graduate who marries an Indian
graduate he assisted in purchasing a team,
settling on 1G0 acres of land, fencing,
breaking, and building a house, and that if
he takcj ui hntl outside of any
Indian reservation ho made a citi.cn of the
United States under the head of agency
employe. The commissioner says: The
general public has long had the idea that
coiruptian prevailed in the employ service
at Indian agencies; that many agent-, hav
ing in their own hands the power to em
ploy or dismiss thoir assistants, had snr
louuded themselves with ssrch material us
they could completely control through fear
of discharge, or by collision with them in
dishonest practice's That this condition of
affairs rendered fraud easy and its detec
tion by inspector-, special agents or this
office " almost impossible, and that
thus the government and the Indians
were plundered with impunity. I deter
mined lo make ssrch a charge as would ef
fectually remove all just causes for doubt
as to the honesty and integrity of the ser
vice in this particular. Indian agents and
school superintendents were therefore noti
fied that the ofiVe would select aud appoint
all clerks as well as physicians an 1 addi
tional farmers. I am pleased to be able to
report that most of the agerrts cordially
support this move. The ruling that agen-
cv clerks shall ba "selected bv the Indian
otiice is a wi-c one and has already been I
found to tend directly and plainly to the
improvement of the service.
Of the necessity of an appropriation to ',
derray the expense or taking a consusoi
the Indians, the commissioner say: 1 do
not doubt that n;r accurate cens'u" would
.-how a decrease in tire number of Indians j
throughout the country, or at Irast at sev
eral of the ranches. The outlay for taking
the census iz iacmsiderablc when com
pared with the great saving it would proba
bly effect. Tire saving in two instances
Cheyenne and Arapahoe asul the Pine
Itidge will amount to a large rm an
nually. Wet or Dry?
Atlantv. Ga., Oct. 29. A committee
of fifty compose 1 of twenty-five pmhibi
tioaists and t. only-five nmi-prrhibitionisti,
appointed by the citizen' mass meeting
Tucsdav night, met yesterday and are now
in dead lock. The amis presented the
name of Tyler Cooper for mayor and voted
for him every ballot, The prohibiii'iuists
pre-ented first the name of Captain Ilarrj
Jackson, and then Judge K. T.Doraey.
Kadi ballot gave twenty-five votes each.
The committee adjourned till tonight. It
i thought no settlement can be made.
The jiroiiihitioni-tj seem willing to take
anybody but Coojcr, and say thcantis
ought tb divide equally in the selection of
aldermen and council. Tire antis are un
witting to surrender Cooper or make any
concessions for the council that -will not
give them control of both branches. They
claim the entire -..xt ticket -will lc ovcr-v.hcsmrBgiy-rleCttd,
and therefore tGrn a
deaf liar to the plea, of the prohibitionisti5.
The latter say as thp law has been parsed
it is the duty of liiirens to elect osficcrs
who will enforce it" It is probable if the
mmmiure of fifty 3o not agree two tickets
w-1! Ik preNmled.
Beware of Counterfeits.
Nkw York, Oct. 29. jlr. Augastia
Dally lias issued a fcsrd to the public warn-
lag it against travt-Jing coiapanit bearing !
his name awl claiming to prvsent his plays.
He lias no traveling company and cone i$
authorized to use Jus name. "
Locomotive Eainoer. f
New York, O't. 29. The convention j
of the BrotltfTirad of Locomotive En
gineers decided to decline all further invi
tations, and will devote the remainder of
their stay in New York Htrictly to business.
Bdsmcsi of importance, but secret, was
! done toeray. - .
Telegrams to Bradstreet's from'
all Parts of the
Bepresent the General Trade of
the Country Practically
Manipulations of llailroael Interests
Shown in their Various Phases
from DiiTerent Standpoints.
An Addresd .from tire Chairman of
the State Central Committee to
Entoreatinir invents to Turfmen at
Washington and Alemphis, and. a
Titatchless Record for an
Toi-i:KA,Ium., Oct. 29. The Kcpubli
cau slate central committee tonight issued
the following address: The Republican
state central committee now has returns
from almost all parts of the state, and in
dications are that an unusually large vote
will be cast, more especially in the west
ere part of the state, aud it is true that with
the increase of population the Uepublicaus
have their proportiorr of the increase. It
depends now upon tire voters to maintain
the position of Kansas as the state haying
the largest Republican vote of any state iu
the union in proportion to its population.
Let the Republicans see to it that every
voter is at the polls and that his ticket is ail
right. Yr'e want to exceed Pennsylvania
in our majority and prepare to head the
procession iu the next presidential cam
paign. Use every cifort to swell our ma
jority iti every section of the state.
llv.xr Yor::c, Oct. 29. Special telegrams
to Bradstreet's while recording somewhat
improveel movement in merchandise at
Chicago, Burlington and Davenport, la.,
Kansas City aud New Orleans, reflect en
on the whole a continuance of the late
check to general trade. While this appears
to be of a seasonable character after the re
cent period of active trading, there is little
in sight at the moment to suggest an imme
diate improvement, although public con
fidence in its appearance in the near future
is unabated. From a number of points
word comes that mercantile collections are
made- with less case, which is attributed in
part to th- low prices of staple farm pro
ducts. At most of the cities reporting a hotter
business cooler weather preceded it. The
practical holiday in many lines in Xew
York on Thursday cut into the total vol
ume of transactions aud, is re Icctulottiu
week's bank claarings, together with about
one-third less trading on tiro stock ex
change in a loss of about Si23.000.OJO
from the total of 758,300,000 la?twck.
The western money markets generally
continue quite firm with the current of
funds still to the west, The demand for
funds for genera! commercial and indus
trial enterprises at most large cities con
tinues marked. The stock market
was hesitating and somewhat lower
during the early portion of lho
week with considerable bear talk aud
selling short. This was followed by a re
vivafbull movement and considerable ad
vances iu certain stock". Bonds -were gen
erally strong and advancing. Jloncy was
much easier, the arrival of a large amount
of gold from Europe tended to give a lcs
stringent tone. Call money was quoted at
4a0 per cent, and time loans at about G ier
cent. Exchange continues weak and low
with prosprrts favorable to further gold
imports. Commercial paper is in poor
supply, but rates sire still well sustained.
The distribution of dry goods from ea t
ern centers has been notrcably checked,
though prices are strongly held.
The demand for raw wool from manu
facturers is not so large as in September,
tlrnngh the decreased demand from ea-tcrn
knitting mills has caused no weakness.
The strength recently shown in iron and
steel is maintained.
Wheat has been stronger and higher
again after a reaction from the advance
ma le early in the week. Speculation for
eign war rumors and the growing opinion
lliat importing nations will yet have to
buy largelv from the United State, are
underneath more recent advance-.
Rains and fro?t in many sections of the
c )tton regions have not resulted ia wide
I.ouissvill? reports the weather favorable
fwr erring the tobacco crop.
A Railroad Bold.
Chicago, OcL 20. Tne Toledo, Peoria
it Warsaw railroad was -sold by the United
States marshal tod-iy for Si, 970,030 to John
X. B-twew, whorcprricViiCharkalforan
ami Thoma Danny, representing firrt
mortgage bond holders.
Its a Mistake.
New Yomc, Oct. 23. A B-wtoa special
to the Post savb: Dpite rumors which
have been widely circulated tltat the Chica
go. Burlington & Northern ami St. Paul,
5linnapolts fc Alsmitoba nulroads aw Ut t2
consolidated, the lC5t of authority h girea
Xctt Passenger Ronte.
Cnicvoo. Oct. 20. The BarHngron
route will formallv open iu nsw passenger
route to St. Paul and Jfmneapolis over the
recentlv completed C. B. Northern road
Sundav. October 31. The company an
nounces that it will ran two express tram
dailv from Chicaco, Peoria an 1 St. Lou
to SL Paul and Minneapolis, ami two 1-sc
trains lailv Irem use nona. j
Completed to WlafleltU
WiXFiKLD.Kaa., OcL 29 The Chicago
Faaas A: Wertera railroad was completed
to WinfieH this tvcrJng pjing a hort Hue
by way cf Doughs and Ei Doradato lo
peka nod Kansas City.
CJ. A. R. Appointments!.
Wrr.wAUKUB, Oct. 23. General Lucins
FairchiW, grand commander of the Grand
vrmy of the Bcpubiic, announces the ap
pointment of the following sia.T: Adju
tant general, E- B. Gray, cf Madison:
quarTtrmislcrgeneral, Jhn Taylor, of
Philadelpnia: jimjrc-asivocsw caeici,
Ht.it E. Taintcr, of Hartford; assittan;
adjutant general, F. W. Oakter.of Jladi
sen, Wi-; fecior aid-de-cscnp, Phu Chee,
Jr., or Bariboo. v a.
A Distressing Homioide.
Bpcc'-al DLjpa'oh to tha Dally Easle.
Akthoxy, Kan., Oct. 29. Last night
just after dark near Corwin, in this count-,
(Harper) about twenty miles southwest of
this place, Lee fleshier, a young man
ubout 10 years of ace, hot A. T. Lawler,
a married man about thirty-five years
of age, willi a f-hot gun, killing him
instantly. Lawler, 3Ioshier and a lad
named Bobt. Arner were traveling in a wag
on on their road to the territory. Lawler
and Arner sat in front, the former driving,
while 3foshrer sat behind with a gun in in
hands, wherr 3Iohier Maidenly shot Low
ler from behind. Such is Arner's story.
No cause can be assigned for the deed, as
the parties were mere acquaintances and
had liad no dispute. Both Arner uud
3fo-hier are rrow in custody to await the
ilHiirrns, Term., Oct. 29. Attecdanej
at the races today was fair; the weather was
everything that could be desired: the track,
however, was still slow from dust.
Pint raae selling purse for all age-,
1 1-1G-mile starters; Petticoat DO, William;
Phil Lewis 100. Sotlen; Probus 00, War
wick; .lim Nave 92, Freeman; Dawn
0Day 101, Kueff; Froaic Louis 94, Coop
er; Bob Swunrn 99, Covington: Leroy 1)9,
Toral; Watchem 97, Johnson; Monarch St,
3Iorgan. Petticoat won after a drruug
finish, Watch. I'm second, Fronie Louis,
third; time 1:31 o-l Dawn O'Day broke
down after running three-fourths of a mite.
Belling: Bob Swimm $20. Petticoat 13.
Dawn O'Dav ft, Phil Lewi-. ftt5, Jim F 3.
The second race Three quarters of a
mile for two-vear-oUK was declared oil.
Bo-e Ovid anil Slickaway were the entries.
Hose was scratched aud the conditions that
three or more horses should start.
Third nice -Free handicap for all age,
mile heats. Starters. Eilie, SS, Cooper.
Dirusmim, 83, Covington; War Sign. 100,
Tirol; Emma Mauley, 93, Williams. Daus
man won the first heat alter a very dose
finish, Kllic second. Emma Munlcy third:
Dausman won the second heat h-mdily by
a length in f ron of Emma Manloy second,
Eflic thinl; time l-li 8-1.
Iu the betting Dausman brought 20.
Emma Manlcy flS, Eilic $8, War Sign 7.
After the firht heat Dausman iJ20. field
Fourth race Gcohed hotel swecp-takej
for all ages. 1 1-4 miles. Starters: Sir
Joscjrh 110, Stoval: llopcdalc 113. Jone-s.
Sir Joseph won as he pleased, llopcdale
jecond; time 2:13 1 4- Be-tting. Sir Jo.'ph
VrAs:u:;oTo.v, I). C , Oct. 29. Nations!
Jockey Club races
First race. One mile: Frank Ward won
by two lengths, Gleaner second, Irish Pat
third; time, 4.03.
Second race. Handicap, 1 1-5 mile.
Green Field won by a neck, Richmond
second, Bcrmie Princc'third; lime 2:11 1-2.
Third race. Capital stakes for two-yenr-old",
7S mile, Coimemara won by four
lengths. Grise-tte ccand; Laredo tlurd;
time 1:31 1-4.
Fourth race. 1 1-8 miles; Baruum wmi
bv two lenetlH, Lizzie Dwwer ficcoral,
Urgonnctte tmm; time i:iH).
1-rfth ratv One mile; Pegasm v,m:i Iy
four Icngtln, Banner Bearer hccond, JEamie
Hogan third; lime 1.43.
Sixth race. II:mdi"ap, steeple cha;
"Wellington won by a short length, J ark
second, Will Davis thin!; time -JJJO.
Two jockeys, P. Lynch and W.Meawy.
who rode rc3pcctive4y Dhturh:-rce and
Bush Brocks in the ctccple cka -, were
suspended on the race track upon com
phinls of owners of horses for throwing
the race. The srispen Ion w:ts lumk xr
maueat. At the meeting of the club this
evening the owners presented rvhlcr.ee that
these two jockeys had telegraphed to po:
lle at a distance ad vising thr-m to btt on
LONDOX, Oct. 23. Tiie private sweep
stakes of 1,500 .sovereigns each, half for
feit, arranged to take plar at New Market
Hough toiwnccling, proved a fails: re. The
Duke of Westminister's 3-year-old lt,
Ormonde was the only horse to appear,
aud he walked over the course. The other
horses c'iectcd was I)rd 1 lastings' Mel
ton ami 1L Ham's 3-year-old, the bard.
Ormonde now goes into winter quartern
lie lei? not vet been beaten aad has gained
one of the greatest records of any raea
horse of the century."
The race for the Jockey club cup, Czar
owitch course, was won by J. Hammou I'k
3-vear-oU horse, St. Oatien, Lord Hardng-j'
i-yeor-old horse second, Eurasian third;
time, 4-U5J i-lo. mere wera nn mner
Zo Prorcsd Hade.
CftiCAf.o, Oct. 29. At todar teiion
r,r tiict- Soulhwortem Badwur AMOcMrtion
it was fonml that no progress cotrki le
inndf n iYrrafrin' lac nerocntases ualll ;
a detuion was Yutcbl as to wnat uaia,
.....,. ... . v-.-.0... ---- , -
ront.l lu imobvl. Thi? nornt cotlld not be
crrivcl at until the fierce rate war r.uwng
the ivanaas nnej was seuu.tr, as ine ugn
lias been seriously affecting the piol rec-
imes. It was nnrtlir asreoo w arrange a
conference with th Kansas line at ."t.
Lonb on Wednesday nxt al wbk tirae
an attempt will be made to iop Umj war.
The suae di flicalty iras at?t in Tcpjn! t
the lumber tnwbkrf. The St, Paul nd
Nurthwetern roH.l. nrhkrh do not beVrn
to the pwd, IroM the key Ui Ibe dtaatica
is the rc:U of uyhij's thscMmm. A coa
ferenrc will be held in a ooapie of werfw
.tih fn linrs radm-rat the MissoFtri rivr.
arvl an effort mad? to form a totnlier pos.1,
taking in all the Ciueago aatl orwc:eni
roads. Tlie uniting ljoonwl to eose
tethcr a?atn at St. Lmm Weda!tey
s-r Tt.f.v (ct23 The mitC3tIoB of
Judge VUue to lbs Supreme court for a
peremptory wni 01 injumaora 10 wapt
the Brpublicsn '-antral comrmUcc of Hi.
IjOhU to print hb lYasliaVs) name oa liwir
ticket as a candidate for Judge of the crim
inal court as today rcfcd- 5'r. Vatfn'
wa? regularly nominated by a BepnbHcaa
cMiventioa but on ckarcs ot dhhooeaty
bfinir bronrht ajia?t iriui vem kd Xty s
second convention to -withdraw. This be
refused io do anfl Use convection aotatea4ed
another raxdkst in hb plat . Mr. m
tiae appealed to Ue repretac coort fa
perewrtorr writ to compel the ipcbteao
to taint hk naow o the drket
wi:h the abort result.
KsglUh C7raia iarkt.
LivrKPOOL. Oct. 29. A &&& wkly
UMr iUxAt wliisyt '. ziisvlif. &ks not
rtJcx iUu. "' " efeft
cbangrd. Eaglfrb wisast ia prcTjjrJal
market h Gd to 1? kmer. At toOayiffiar-
kH tlwre wa? heztiy an aTera?e
aatl the tone was iiet. A msSl btilncM
was Okmt: m fibw, iv --o ru . r
t i-.it. -bL4 -jrA 1-2 to la
9k. Inuwirft fair tral was dene,
j 2Lik ? dnli. pnceJ ivoiiug uayw.
Addiclonol Details of the Territl3
, Disaster at Jtio Wis,,
The List of Victims Mentioned
Corroborated by tho
The JTumber who Lost Tholr Uvea
Now Beltovcrt to be is'ot Less
All Traces or leleutity Destroyed hy
Fire, and tho Names of arauy
will Novor ba Known.
An Ocean Steamer Aahoru oil" 11 y
month Harbor, Itlsws. A Like
TUB IlIO UIS.SJaTKl?.
Tho Work of Itecoverius and Identl
fyluy the llomaius ofUio Victim1'.
Milwaukke, Vis., Oct. 29. Though n
mass of bruises and coutlucd to hh K1
Conductor Soarle, of the ill-fated train Hint
was wrecked and destroyed at llio, to-
better today. He will mrover. Thu nf
ternoon he tnlkeil freely. What ho rvcilU
ch the passenger in the conch whose occu
panLi were crematmlis important. as having
a bearing iu establishing the rainimun
number killed, and in aiding to ilv tl ir
indent ity. He remembers aud can dcwrdir'
sfventeen pjypie, imd Luows that tljcr
were more in the coach, so that It Ls evident
that the fatality must liavo been at !oa-.t
twenty, and probably more
Among those whom je dewrib d ari
3lrs. C. Seheror, uf Wimuia, !ier children
ami mother-in-law, Mrs. It. Jones, two
sifters of charity, tiound for Wi:uiu
Louis Brinker and Fmil Wolters.Iorf, ( f
Columbus, Wis; two women who got mi .it
Chicauo, one with a child; Chan. Sn.'ih,
who escaped; an unknown man of t at
40 who boarded the trahr t Wattrt.'rtn
mid who w:es bound for .Mansion. U , a
man with a ticket for Stillwater, Minn .
three loggers ticketed for Wausati, p.oi
ably to go to work in the pineries. x
This INt does mt inchulc a novilat.-
a-enmpacied the Catholic sister, r t '
ter Seott, J. T Lincoln, Jlrs. C. M.M i'n .,
of ltock Taland; the cmnH.rrinl tj.! r
Dibble, or ifn. Iwcrj-, of Jlllwat'k c
Tne latter is probably h mMtakas n.- f. U
jM-raon h known here. There U lltth i! .'
that the three pinery men, whose pi
on the car Conductor Scarlc recall d t " .y
for the llrst time, perished, lie hat!
them Imt a few ndmitca before emh I .:
asleep on the lieuiihes. Tim identi t
the Catholie hi-te was fully est.d !. I !
today, ilot her Alexia, .Superior of Fr.t
cuc.-in cunvcnl at Annonu, was ni
ot tueu: as Kvm reportel; tne uOt: '.if
members of hrr convent; oac was . w r
Ahhonr.o, a sKtcr to Motiier Aleia.
well known in Catholic circles throughout
tho northwest. Another waa Sister Dif'
ia. Thry were accompanied b;. Alb r'.'ie
Schmidt, of 2-tew Cavtle, TU., who w.v i
cmdhlate for the order of portfire. T.'i
dNpatch says; The work of identic '
the dead is progruadng slowly. The J
of a man whose legs anil arum had '
hnrncil otT and whose UiatrUd fa" )
evidence of tne terrible ajjonv ho hid -
fcrcd, was identUled as IVmiU '. i
er. The IkmIv of Kmil "'.
dorf wi fouml under a pile f rfl
and tni8es; hb lrend wai burutd t a i
der and every iwrtirlc of clutling ha I in n
destroy cl. The iKsdies of Blrera Ah : 'ior
fa and'Dloacia were found clone U th' r.
one was in a kneeling posture, her hit.di
clnsjMvl in prayer. The body of a : r
who i ippowl to be AValipf fk.'t w, i
rernortd from urder a ecst.
Three Trains in Que Wrack.
Bbm.ow Yaus, 't , Oct. 20. A
rioua smaltup oeCTirr.d thU ujnrmj.
Gusset' i rtailon, on tho Central Ve: .. f
ndliYKtd, 1J miles north of her.-. T.'i f
rlciaU arc reticent regarding dHaila I
aecklent. Xo. 4, a intsed freight and 1 i
senger train, leaving here at 4 -.t0, Wi? rvt
iat'j in tb2 rear by an extra fivkht '
following it. Lo. C, anclher freight tr&i '
whiclt lelt lure at C a.m., ran Into Ur r r
of tie extra on a bridire. wnsckia al' .
train nod entirely bnekaded the t. I,
whkh will not lckared Ijefore ttmor- w
No one Iras erifiusly Injured, bit th .
agt to r. lling stock m larr.
Ocean Steamer Amb'nv.
Borrow, Hum., Oct. 3. Tne at. j .. .
TTooia of the Cnnanl Ha?, v hx.'
DuxUnrr in a tak k fg lit . . ; t i
Hih Pine !erig, thive n . n i ' ' J
net Point. She Ilea In a :.. ''mr
poi;in. 7T Pjvimi. . .1 5 iz I,
mol for tt-vI-hi Oo-r U i jh . ,
barkeotlac n-d ct-w tA, i.a - of .. i
toaa lrjr;h-n O'itz'. P-kt,
which the P. ronia went whor U ' '.
nort'? nfcte of ,i rranrs lV'i versus i
Ityr, Xa I : v'. S'e j-1 - Jij t ,
forty-lnomt-rm-lttttc ar.d thr h. . i
ateei3--n..-:.r!-iaon Wird "t fiM1 r
psrtcnLroV .-ble hf n' "jo. .
lo ontaide b very thl- k K t ; i
to her aaa&ance.
Shortly at tr Uk rtpor; t?iit -Paronin
from Llrerpool lot Btst.-i "
xibore, tha offlceof ths CaenleM' .
wa beaieged by atudons innuirte i '
was, howler, mtle of a dcfla&e rat- f
be leamt1 at tJie Castrl ofitse, axixi 1 1 -1
a diapeteh hl bear rteeiTBd frt:. V j .
mouth about noon from Capteta Sfa js
that hm vaael aoc"orel tbr. r .
nortJiecst from PlymowUi and cart nf I- -borr.
Tie ibjj lio3 thli eki. -
woeki ptece tbe rfiip AU izlt? ni K .
Pine lodge bich'J e rjrrcd a rrry t, ,
grrvm vAtti. A k-5T 'foea r-
VV'oolfefrier stale.! Oie Wp w all rf
sol woikl -i tLX ftl? be m. l- .
T ttr Paoa w at met dfepatr . I
Tka ireat!er ojfiaUe i raortl t!.s
ita nncsiSv bar?. Tk Boa V w
Buat cfflBgacy hmA ea two of itt t . 1 1
mtmia ile Pflncn
i All tepfint l& kys rrry faefttT n'
easitr grotmdad. It H unAraKo!
lbs jmejtwtnbtkBdaa4wt -UtBaAcmoafkeOidVoSumjJltomU
Timr U oo daarr wfealres- t Bf- f
Pa&a a new horn, hceia; ara ' t -m
Glaaww foaryoar ago. S ha
nmninr oo tl& line a Jiixkuwer -jmn.
Snc U 4i ( 1 i
BwH-niuetl at ?,0C.
The l"3TGfe h b&n -. aa I
tniti brir;bc vttfJ cot txe op ua: -sjacnfng,