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WICHITA, IvAiTSAS, SATURDAY MOEXCO, XOYEMBER 13, 1SS6.
VOL. Y. KG. 153,
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&?$ 5 H B8R. W
100 Dozen Handkerohiefe
Embroidered Edges and Initial Corners
also 50 doz Embroidered Edges and
Embroidered Corners, all
WRAPS, "WRAPS !
Our Annual Sale of
We Own all Our lioods
- A If A A
W Q O
m Sell Iliem Onseki
1 H fa I
The Situation at the Chicago
Stocn: Tarcls Unchanged
With the Exception of Ovlb Biot-
ous Mod of Strikers At-
tacldng an Imported
Workman's Household Gooels auel De
stroying Them Iv. of L. Con
iiiittees arc Still lloldinir
SeorefScsslons Jim. Cummings, the
Supposed ..Express Robber, .13
Writes Another loiter
Dated ftt Topelia, Kansas, Whic-h te
Addressed to the Missouri" Kc-
publicaa, in Which, was
Drafts. Doufis. 12tc.
THE ADAMS E035EEKY.
Jim Ctiuirning3, tho Purported Hob
ber, ITritej Another Letter.
St. Loos, Nov. 12. Jim Curu.'iiin,
tho Adams express robber, se 1113 to be so
absolutely assurei of hii own safety tint
he darei to hau a little amusement "with
the express company. lie has written sev
eral letters heretofore and the detectives
arc agreed that their were written by the
now imprisoned ir.c&enger, Folheriagham,
before the robbory was committed, as a
measure of safety should he be suspected,
and an alleged expert peauian testified be
fore the grand jury that the handwriting
was the same as the messenger's. But the
Republican is in receipt of afresh letter,
dated Topeka, Kansas, which it print3 this
morning, in the same handwriting as the
others and signed by "Jim Cummiugs,"
which goes to show that Folhcringhaia
could not have written it, or either
of the others. In the letter he states that
he regrets that .suspicions should rest upon
Fotheriugharu, and asits that the mes
senger did all in his power to protect the
cpmpany'u property. He requests that the
package, wmen acoonvmie
;I tJie iclter.
and v.hieh contained pioaertv -valued at
$10,000, in notes, mortgages, etc , be re-1
turned to the Ad'tnii eipless company.
Upon one nc;ipt for iuuae to the Fin.t
Kationnl bank, linr.ka, Jvansu, appeared
the follov.ing bignat are: "Jini Cummings,
for Firot National bank, F.urtku," and on
the line where tlio fact i3 to be noted if
money is not received in proper shape, oc
curred the words: ';I have no complaint
to make whatever." The postscript to the
letter says: ''I sent that back note to
Frank Jainef for :; joke, not for any desire
to get him into trouble."
Cpon a letter from W. II. Damsels, man
ager of the company, to the agent c dling
upon the latter to procure a second b mdi
man, the robber wrote:
'In order to tfive tlio bloke a chance to
see if he's any goo.i oa earth, I will go on
his bond. .!ri Cciiki:s(s.
Tiu. lalue cf iny property 15 'fSo.OOO in
it is confidently silted today that the
ofiicials of the cxprcs-j comp my and delce
ti.es in the city hive discovered the iden
tity of the two men recently indicted by
tLe grnd jury for grand larceny under thj
namca of Jim" Camming? and Richard Roe,
but they do net as yet see fit to make their
real n;mes public.
It has been ascertained that a wa'lress in a
Pine street restaurant was Gumming' mis
tres"j and from Iier, hb description which
t-illies eacliy with that giv-n by Fothcr
ir.ham, was obtained.
The shops at St. Chnile, ilo., where te
camp outfit of gvms, etc., referied to by
Cummings in iTformer letter, were ;vjr
cnased, has b2C.i vbited by detectives and
from their proprietors it was learned that
one of thi purchaser! was the waitress par
amour and doubtless one of the robbers.
It is :sscrteil that both of these men will he
All is Quiet.
Cmcvoo. Nov. 12. The general situa
tion :it the Union stock yards hhowa no per
ceptible chuige beyond" the fact that appli
cants for wr.rk were more numerous than
on any previous 0,.iy, and many of the olu
men are included i"t the list, having appar
ently concluded to accept the protection
oilered them, to secure their former places
while there is still an opportunity. The
troops guarded all the mem approarhes
this morning but encountered n i turbulent
Cn:"Af.o, Hi., Nov. 12. The local pa
pers says this morning thr.; the result of tbe
many hours consultation between Ct 31
mitteoman Barry, Master Woikman Eut
kr and memjcrs of the several csscutlvc
IxianL in district 2Q. 57, as to the nnxi
moc against the packers, W4' the issuing
of a boycott circular agauist the g ols ot
Armour & Co. ThL ha bet a hi consider-
.,'inn f-- crim jl r.-i ".nr n ttfivrilt rirn!'r
prepars.1 Tuescay, but for fear that it
would iiot be sustained by Uie general ex
ecutive loard, has caused it to be v.ith
iiki. Powderly's well remem'oeretl ad
vice of hist spring that the time had not
come for the o nour movement, stooa m
the way of the liosrd's ordering
a boveott to sustain the t.xt for cu?lii
hour govcraracat onlv. This was a serious
obstacle, aai it has not vet 1-een overcome,
but Cie situation demanded some heroic
measures, and it is evident that distinct No
37 has determined to take the risk of Lav
ing its work overruled bv a hirhcr author-
itv than act try at all.
One small riot that ws promptly nipped :
in the bud was all that occarred at the1
I stock varda todsv. To reikve the moao-
toav of tho situation 3 Luadrcd or so of
strikers attemoted to tear into piece the
outfit ct" a receutlv engaged esnpiove of
mr to a aev.'
cepctsts isteri-rwl before mtica caatsge
va done, but the mob reaiainei in the
Tktuir" fur soase time aad at last accwist
the uffifortcaate empioye -was under the
iwteetion of a sCreag'gtHtni.
There is a krie increase hi the autabcr
of laen at -woro: aod it 1 wiH seem that in
; a fov dava the hou-ses. would bsltc a full
1 sa? at v.trk.
1 (iaeot tus -nackers in Wikiar over a
crowd of a thousand e r mow rrcarfcd
that the ma'erul was none of the best ssa
would aces! considerable weediog oat be -
lore ii wouhi oe verv servieeare.
-. i . - .
Th.re is a crowd of colored people
antoag tire imported meo.
xae -edmnauee coasiiim oi iiieasr-i.
iiacrav-Larle-aru JiiarshaJI aaet bchiUjng
Wiisia eiioa al! the moraing at the Traa-
cit houe. Numrrous visitors were ushered
up Lnira to tho room ii whieh tiic coramit
te sat, bat no asomit of inquiry could
elicit any information.
A new feature of, the strike is the bov-
coltiiig of Armour's meat bv district as-
Uemblies 57 and 24, K: of L
A local boycott has been placed on Un
derwood & Co.
CnrcAGO, Iov. 12. Tonight many peo-
nle are or the opinion that the stock varus
strike will be settled before 3Ionday. Their
to tsfce any hits nun tilt innaay anu it is
this filet that r:ve-3-Oil to the beliuf that
the metter wiii not Ijc settled before that
day. ilany rumors arc' in circalation, but
none couid'be conSrmed. One report was
that tho proprietors of two of the smaller
establurtmxeny had agreed to withdraw
from the packers R3oe:ation aud by taking
the p:c : of the mosj sLnJfttl rrapioyces 01
Armour, Fowl.T and oUier lending pack
er, attempt ti gain.prestage to thai j;ore
as well as "by those stnrtc-.rup :is the L of
The strikers leaders rcoeived and sent
many telegrams during the daj anil eve
ning" but absolutely declined to a wonl as
to whether or nekihe condition of affnirs
had b.en altered. In the afternoon 2Ir.
Cail ton, accompanied by 3Ir. Bany :md
the striker's executive committee, left their
headquarters ostensibly to call at the dovn
tu-. 11 offices of lire pat-icers. The packers
denied that any such e-all was made.
Late tonight jressrs. Barry and Carlton
sail the had bean working on a cvriain
liuj. tht iaiivrt of which thev were iut at
liberty to explain. The opinion is general
aiv ng the well posted strikers tnat import
ant instructions hive been received from
3Ir. Powderby and that the leaders are en
gaged in shaping their policy to accord
with the ide:is of the General ilaitcrWoik
man. Butter autlUs'ir Convention.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 12. In the National
butter, ci; and cLcsc association conven
tion this morning, 3rr. James Anderson, of
Xew York, chairman of the committee on
preserving, pae'dng and transporting eggs,
presented a report of committee. The re
port expressed the opinion that packing
eggs in cases was pret'errable to chipping
tiiem in barrels, although in New York the
demand was alrno.il exclusively for barrels,
because the empty barrel could be sold
again, In regard to the preserving of eggs
the report expreSbCti the opinion that no
absolutely satisfactory process would ever
be dhcoved uinii they tirst learned how to
prolong lmi,tn life indefinitely. Mr.
Boles, of Boston, tat I the dealers of his
cit' preferred eu-t-j very much to barrels.
When an examination of the matter was
made they would iind that cases were not
so much more" c.-aje.iiive than barrels.
3Ir. Van Polkcnburg offered a lesolution
asking congrc-s to make an appropriation
eanv m tht se-ion t eniorcc ote jmarga-
Tdr. I)ou glass move i that the conven
tion leilerate its saso that all manufactur
er and dealers in pure dair- products be
reuucatul to withdraw all support and aid
to the various orginiz.;tion and ttssocia-llo-is
throughout "tho country that have
persistently favored the illegal trafiic
in oleoinafgarinc and who have heretofore
aidrd the manufacturers and dealers
in spurious butter by exhibiting and deal
ing in such w.iyi as to assLt in its fraudu
lent sab. The "rt-ooiutiou was adoptcJ.
The following ofUecrs were elected for
the ensuing war: President, 11.-J3. Gur
ler, DeKalb," Ills.- secretary and treararer,
A. if. Let tier, of . o a: vice-presidents, Vir.
II. Duckworth, New York, Charles Utley,
Boston. II. C. G-rrctt, Philadelphia, Ja.
Iiewes. Baltimore, G. if. Oyster, Wash
ington. W. L. Deten, lliinois, Hon. V".
II. Hotch, MUsissippi, W. D. Hoard, Wis
consin. Jlrailotrcot's TJulletive.
Nr.w Yoka. Nv. 12 Special tele
grams to Bradstrcet'S show a continued
lack of general activity in the distrib-ition
of staples, with the exceptions in favor of
iron, steel sad lumber. Dry goo Is contin
ues to bear the brunt of the" Tallin off in
demand, while textiles generally, and pro
duce are quiet. At few points the r-jL.Il
trade has be ea stimuhtcd by colder weath
er, but the wholesale merchants now cx
olain that the countrv tradeTi iu-vCnot dis-
posed sufliciently ot their recent heavy
purchases to warraut a revival in
buying. The industriid troubles at Chicago
and the Eastern New York knitting inillc,
have not seriously affected the general
im V vi'f. !.lthivih 4-.000 pnmlm ers lirivfi
ben reii'lertd idle by the laoor troubles, ,
and a check to the foreign demand for
American securities created a dull
u3 ia the stock market with
some tendency to lower th. prices;
bonds were firm and advancing, tfoncy
was .asy and the arrival of more gold from
Kurope, together with the activity of the
treasury in anticipating December and
January interit payment, tenaing to ini
prve tie situiMon. Tiic itojipagc of the
offerings of the bills again.st securities gi.'es
foreign. eichaLgo a stronger tone. Jlouoy
irotu7a:ngfromtha wt'at more g?neral!y
than a week ago, although at Ivaa.i City
aad Milwaukee, the c.'ruatr' demac i is
Lc-ai-v. Tiie total bank clearing at thirtv
ci'ics is (U.CSO.G.rl, against &1.068,
L'S7.011 b-t week.
American makers of pig and iinished
iron are confidant of the future as
a moderate adv;iccc in the prices j
cf raw iriii i looked for in a few weeks, j
sir 5i p- r ton Tho r-til mill hav con-:
traded alwat ".'W,KW tons for the 17 de
livery, nearly one-hnlf their capacity. Pe
troleum cimtatyts have generaHy broken
f.ut cr tli rut in which they have kid at
about 05 cents jar barrel ami on Thur.stlfiy
adTiic?il to about 72 1-2, dcHinjr at 71 3-b"
Wheat continues hcay and prices low,
tne fanner's stocks at the northwest make
the 3Iir.acmolis iacliac to bearu.haeHS. Jn
Hiaae5ota and Dakota 33 pfr cent of the
total crop is reported out of the farmer
Phil kthz lpuia, Nov. 12. The agents
.of Armour's branch cstabtishmcat ii this
city ami the firm of Washington Butcher?
& Co. have witliia a day or two sent to
Chicago O'.er no huacrcd skilled" hop
butchers to take the places of the strikers
at Arcur 5 aacinf h:5a in that citv.
The vaszi wcra garaaet! oae "ear': ateach
wvrK at trra 3 to i sac were roaaet-a
protec-tic-a from viokntsx
rj. tJ-atcrtr? of ttMj KrpnbUrran varrx.
, ben elect of Phitarfetehw 'uiiLjat &a&&
Trasarcr afaUfcew S. Qaay ttjs indorse!
&r La:telrtates8ecctor to aiceec-i 4 oca
j L lliteheil, whose term eqpina next Marcii
CnxitLXPTOK, S. C, Nov,
12. The offi
j ciU t wt of the Ssv
i irKt siv2 the c fsctioa
m to .a. r..iot.
j Deaccrat, over Frasll, Ripnbsia
1 To Be Submitted.
' -. -r- - -. -. . 1 r
4 r.cse ivaa., ar..v me nairu oi
, eoaaty comrnksioaerj to-lsj orderol a spe
eaU election December '1 1st. to saumrt
propos.uoa to s.iS5cri3 $.ii,iaai to iae
J capital r-;i aad rota loads to the FortJTOtx. aava itreo, i.r.uw -.uw.
1 3milh, Kansas sad Western railway.
Wm. StubToIefielcl "Wilson, tne
Jonesboro, Hi, "Wife Mur
derer, Pays tne
Penalty of His Dastardly Crime
ontiie Gallows Xesterday .
Hulliday Wren, a Colored iran, Also
Stretches Hemp at PIttsbur-,
2T. G. for 3lape.
A 3Iol) at San Fraucisco Seek to Gain
Possession, of Alex Golrtensou,"
the ilurderer, Unt Tail.
Uill Davis ai:tl Jack Kenueily Flsnt
C2 Pounds and Botli Tall From
On the (fallows.
St. Louis, Mo. , Nov. 12. A special to
the Globe-Democrat eays that William
Stubblelleld Wilson, the wife murderer,
was hung at Jonesboro, 111., hisafleraooa.
The execution was private. Wifeon's crime
was committed on the 7th 01 last Jauuar.
Coming Jioinc that clay alter one ot ins ciis
tonsarv absences, he found several young
children, and one unborn child, were the
victims of his alternate abuse and neglect
for twtnty years, kindly asked him in. lie
seemed enraged and went into the house
and soon after a pistol shot was heard and
his long suffering wife staggered out and
"Gone Where all Good Darkies Go.'
TUleicii, N. C, Nov. 12. Ilolliday
Wren, colored, was hanged for rape at
Pittsburg yesterday in the presence of
fully 5,G00 persons, about half of whom
were colored. He made a short speech ou
the gallows, but made no confession. He
taid lie did not dread death. He asked
his wife and two children to be cared for.
He declared that .he had been prosecuted
wrongfully :ind v.w willing to
submit i-J the Lord's will. He told his
brother to le careful of the company ho
kept. At 9.10 the drop fell. Death was
almost inatantanous, as Wren's neck was
S.o FitAXCisco, Nov. 1Q. An immense
audience assembled at th 3Ietropolitian
tonight to express th"ir indignation at the
murder of little Mamie Kelley. who was
cowardly shot down on Wednesday Lvt by
Alex Goldcnson. Several firey speeches
were made, which created intense excite
ment. After the meeting adjourned the
exx-itc-d crowd left the building and pro
ceeded to the county jail, wherc the
prisoner is confined, with, the evident
intention of taking him out and lynching
him. The crowd was greatly increased in
numbers and bv the time they readied
their destination it numbered fully 10.000.
Several attempts were made to storm
the jail, but it rra, guarded "fio
strongly that ihe p' lice were enabled to
repel the mob at each attempt. At this hour
(10 p. m ) the excitement is somewhat sub
New York. Nov. 11. Bill Davis aad
Jack Kennedy fnght with two-ounce
gioves.to a finish, Marquis of Quceasbury
rules, near Rockaway this morning thirty
threa rounds. In round thirty both crime
up very groggy and desperate lighting was
i done all over the ring. At the end of the
round the men could barely walk to their
comers. In round thirty-one they almost
tottered to the centtr and at the call of
time they hammered rach other, abandon
ing all a"ttt?;npt at 5-eiouce. At the end of
the round both fell down from sheer weak
ness, and though both toed the mark for
another round the referee djcided the light
Assault aad JSnlteTy.
Milwaukee, Wi-.. Nov. 12. Col J.
A. Knight of Ashland, who managed the
birislativ.- campaign, in Wisconsin for Post
master General Vilas, this morning as
saulted Horace liable, editor of the Senti
nel, who in a fit of anger over a statement
made in the Sentinel's editorial on tiic day
previous to the late election. The colonel
atrack Iluble in the face with hia fist and
made a vicious bhw, a: him with his cane,
which was hupp'ly arded off by the by
standers. The cane ;vsi broken in the as
sault The Doodle Alderman.
Xew Youk. Nov. 12. Judge Ewiag. in
the court of general sessions today, disposed j
of toe case of U oottle Aklerman Aic
Cabe, holding lliat he need not be ?cat to
the institution bwt that he might be cared
for by his ife. Tiic judge tfxi ball at
$20,000 for the pra.oner'3" protluctioo in
court should he recover hb reasoa.
Fire iu a Church.
Cute ( J, Nov 12. At 2 :30 th is asom
fire was discovered in the bascaicat of the
r'h'cago Avenue church, at tJie coraer of
Chicago avenue aad Is.'Iie street. The
alarm w.u eivea, l)ut before the cagiaes
cook! reopsad the tlaiaes had burst through
the first tloor into the ject are room, theact
spnawt to the second lior iinil m'u the an-
ditonum before it was cstiagfiished. i hn
fire had salted the tniMin completely,
Inceadinrism t bdwne.1 bv some to c the
cttWonh.-firc I i?i-
??TLcMihtZwUm. Aawfta&Fort Safe
pastor, owkl not ecacrive what racdve any
I oa- miffht have, bfit admitted t'aat he couhi
iorriiae wih.m. i. .. --. ;-s
not uocersiaaa inc ongea t uji: jfujov ."
the part of the building whare they were
discoverwi um& u.r
i irr- r.nlf
A. Heavy Gale.
Cbicaco, ov. 12.-a neary gale aa
been btowiag oala iTeaieafl au
h I aad cnatloTie!! ihl moadag. frfoa !ar J-i xH-t-d
J cumber of rem&$ to efc rtf ige. A HaU Tk; -'
i Irtmber schooner, laden whh Um. was
driTta Tan ta &acn -Ritaia a q on-T ei &
Oe ffom h.e emir ila asoming, and
n&w a corapieie wrw. Nothing can
iwraed as. to the scnoooer name or aw
fate of her crew.
The wrerJar.1 box; tan s ont to ne tne in
tie lumber craft eafled "2iie W andcr-
- i t- " of iiarinettc. Y.ls. Utr entire crew
rcaaedmtiweaiJsauiaar! oe aeajnoa.
; && & hura Ted thesseiTea hy jamr
hut on bak aJST as tfcar boxt w drirea
- Csicxr.o. or. li A iJciH6?"
a l irom &Z1B'' v. .Frf T
irarr a w, 3b. vm
Off the T.iTjIc.
"Kcojiuc. K:i2., Nov. 12. Engine No.
2 while being turoetl ran off the mm table
at S o'clocrflsst ovening aed so far lws not
been sot bftek.
Weather Jtecoi t
WAsmxGTo:,-, D. C, Nov. IS, lx.ni.
The following are the indications for Kna-
sas: GeuontJiy fair weather; sligktlyf
warmer; winds greersdly soalhcrfy.
ForMisaoori: Fair TFcathw; -warmer;
variable windt, shifting to southerly.
Chicago. Nov. 12. The Natfoaal
Fanaers alliance resamed its deiibemtiasf
this foreseen, witlt Prcajaent SUeeter in
thechir. Tiic comininee on ratolutians
mswie a report oatllfticg' a p5iey whLb
was discussed by the c?air aaxl seven! of
tlie dele-ntcs, tbcr. L.llow td p. truk on rail
road traiHc, 2d- Geo. P. Harding, irfvr
rinir to the tn&na r in which tlio farmers
arelmposed on by the railroad C!rapaoie?.
A delwrato froai Wisconsin told Jiow b"s
state was blessed br fanatlrs, aini several
others spoke in the une strain.
In the afternoon a platform was adopted
which favors a urJon of the fanners with
the labor organizations to ameliorate ftH
evils oppressing both classe in common,
and tliat th plk cf all Hrsre cities be
pbicwl under dirtH. state control aal tt.ors
trradiul income tx awl demaatb tlu.: rail
roads le sabjectdl to the closest possible
supervuion by the government. Lpon
Uxril and prohibit: ju i$aues, thts tJlitturm
U ttfturnrnmittaL The election of officer
resulUtl as follows: PreUeat. A. J.
Strecter; -ice-preideai, .1. J. 3m?ows;sec
retarv, Milton George; treasurer. Mr. Ar
nold." The next convention of ta Hian,e
will be he!d in ilinneaiwlis.
WAsnisoTo.v, D. C , Nov. 12. The
president made the following appoiatnients
todav: William D. lJurnei:, of Cinc-in-naM.'Ohio,
to be United States attorney for
the boutherc district of Ohio: W. 1. Jacll
soa, of New York, to be Indian agent for
New York; Amos A. Brown, of New
York, to be consul of the United Stales at
Clifton, Ontario; Wm. II Bowman, of
Rochester, N. Y., to be commissioner to
examination of the Oregon and California
railroad, ia place of Gideon B. Tucker, de
clined; Frank R. Hoffman, appmi-er
3lerchandi, district of Chicago; Charles
W. Irish, Iowa City. la., urveyor ger.ir.il.
Nevada; A. W. Kiherahutr. California
receiver public money at Independence,
California, vies Michai'l J. Cro, resigned;
John W. P. Laird, California, renter
land office, Independence. Cnlaforoia, vice
DavM Walker resigr.e I . Timothy II Ry
ner, Atlantic City, N. .1., Indian agent for
Uaitah and Qariiy cfnMlidatotl agency ia
Utah: Samuel A, "Walton, Kentucky, con
sul United Stated .
Cancelled Tuoir Datoa.
New Y'or.K, Nov. 12. The Violet Cameron-Lord
Lonsdale opera troupe have de
cided to abiadon th proposal tour of the
star and her lordly manager, caused a nnm-
lr ot the out of town managers to cancel
thtirdr.es of the oompaayT This taken
with the fact that thi'r engngemeat at the
Casiao has lxen a linaachd and artistic
failure, decided the noble hjnl to tako hi
troup home again.
Thoy 811a for $50,000.
Detroit. Mici., Nov. 12. Yesterday
the Detroit Esxc;ng Nnws publisJittl a rea
Matioral ttcry to the e.Trrt that the Dttril
Free Pres Ava? fm-.ncially emlwrr.isaetl and
that dit-sfatioLS on the e tkoriai tkwr iater
fercd with the paper's Fiicet&s-
It was stated !at night thai the Free
Press denounced the whole statement 3
false and malicious, a:ul this morning
brought suit r.gaiust the New for libel,
claiming $jO,Q(W damages-.
JjfDiaK.vroLis. lad., Not. 12. The
stockers j-late bonrtl of h- allh has received
telegrams saying that pU".r puetiai'Bia
had app'ared in Beaton coanty ami leg
ging aid in preveating the ravages "of the
disease. In their efforts to check the epi
demic the fanners in the aorShern part of
the state have killed cad burned 7eral
hundretl head of c:tt!c.
Chicago, III , Nov. i2. Commisaoncr
Blanchard todav notuicd the Ateiia, To
jxka aad Santa" Fe company tliat he coukl
not icrve as their rep-wM'ntntirc arMtrator.
The position wa-i then tendercl first to
Hugh Randal! aw! thca to J. F. Tucker,
lMjth of whom declined. I'l Qr- -Doge
was iadaced to .vpt. The tneetiur
of arbitrators will be heltl rtne Jinv next
New York, Not. 12. Honness faflnn
thrcjghoi.t the couctry for tJie part eva
davtj :ti reported to Ji. G. Ditaa & Co.,
mifntor fur the United htates 138. Canada
(33. totnl, 031; as cmparrtl wlta the .eta!
186 of Jar: wek and 313 toe weK pnrvK:.
The noticeable ictTcase in U noiabcr ui
casualties arves ia New Yrk city, Canada
aatl the onthTn .ucte.
PiTTsBrHjs. Pa.. or. 12. The moatn
lv report of the condition of the bJaat fix
aacte of the UoiUd States. p3b2!iad by
' the Ameriran Jjanaiartereri tooay. www
, . )n lbc prorinction of 'dwzoari
. . rwK of K XIX mt, of
u t M 0l biteiainow
p 1" .
Thfl charter for a new eamv u, be
railroad company, has wca SUA tie
t-reljirv of state. The wai-twoe t.f tht
. . Chaotar. Stoaigomcrj,
! Labette aad Chrokae cookie to thravath
j eagteja j of e. Ffnwted ln.
. - WnBax A. Jloor-.
j t d-u. k u:. C. W. finals-
eirto. If-W --
Tfce notlnnVx at OH K sra u iW'-r.
h tinned. Eery traawo: ts il! r y
be j and this efcy iriil Jt-J" Ik W !!; "C2
it m: icostautre am enxa r -. .-
pin? the -oa! New. aad we hrt a. u i
- , sensed Vac ngm in s&a' .
i fd toman natae.
liorrp Uk. .-
-rfc. .-a-i. msI rar of
, "- t. n-tiratarA ur niil
, . - u aa&i, L ra csn.
j in ths ss&emiHT roaai U tfce e-s - jo&'A
trriuKiw a Tjei4r. vremmxK
..'X.. - i 7-.. -.. tut. mA t
-V IZTT-a tettafiJ of
i iIl rZZ-UaitlriliJi'zl jdef" a!
. , .v-- "ii.'n'.Lirt a
I allv kiTittal.
i rr.r,',t- ? in hntif! sttd nats&e a. tUMlnrti esi arrrer. hnf Snrs Wtv ST
guaee road asd trfegraph Bne frost TSew-1 vec!s'oa sat ae".' ,
! too tbrooeii llarrer. S3rwdt. Bntler. ! em ia cv-ti Kame. v . ;
Heavy Sias and Floods are He-
T3ortaa rrosi jjiumejai,
Sactioas of tbe
Pdreign Cotmtries in AYntcti is
3ntaied t& "Toss of
Ltvas and Property,
illicit Alsrmaislflts at sraflrill Over
Uio Keports of a Throateaad
The Gavcrcmeat. ami that Xstcnsiro
atilitarr Precautions aro
Tho Vathor of Prince Witfaomar, of
Deuamrk, 5cmts Tclctraax lte-
rYmias Jlo TUroaa of
OVER TICK OOE.eX.
P.u9. N.. 12. Tlw r i f N;oo
lm vbatul bv c .loraiou-v av ir.i
t j t
Meiittrrawi. Ta. wU 1 v. . j t aw .
qnavs and the proafc nail., tia t.w A
plantalfoa upwartl .f a Inr. hel I
?cre carriet! f their ftet an I the
j ami promeaadc covcnxl rith sRac!
ucvasimion wreugm vj .i .
two miles along Nice's vtucr frat
Lanues, which h twenty-llvt; mlios
Nice, a fierce storm has lcen ragU4
two y.s U :ire kitown to have been
oel. Al a standing on the quays t r a
rkt! Ow'. to sea on immense vrat u
Crocsotte protntaatle was ls(troycU
A rain amountbv ! lo !l ,lt '''"
lwn fnli;H fcHir dr.VK at OiP. til' I
of tho tlqurtment of H-uilej Air". A
unciber of 1 oue have been utterly 1
stroyed by the liooik nuitiag fn n tl.c
Tho ciiv of Aix u so baHy Haxl l ;t
trnri hi the stm : . k iuiposaibie. ex ;t i.t
In Nhnes. two pn;uhs nn tualer w i r
aad ai. Alter is isolatl by floods.
Lo.TlX):;, Nov. 12. Tha'St Jiii -zette
declares that the Rarl of ldo J
foreign s"retary, had some vr.rd
1'aron DeStaal.tlie Haifta ambwad.
their last meeting aatl aungmuv'1
the baron is about to leave Kngiui d
proivuged leave of abaeace.
I i, official y aaiwuncet! n- et8t d
F,on! Idk3leira and Baron D St d
n ted at their last laectiag .s uat: i
the contrary the interrkw w h. h
place oa Wednesday w3 x:;y ernl.'
Information haa btma reeei'Sv-sl lit "
much alarm eist in Madrkl in on j .
cf the reports cf the thrcatcnol u'
g-vernraint, aait tue; ' n
reeaulfoai? are being take i .x
ki shows that u hanl t i
fee! Jag prevails ainoog Ute people ..". 1
rtoing w feared, in Cadk alao &a ii . '
oiciirrl which ksds the poverua' t
liriicve that trouble is iair icat. 'I
was the rcfu?l of 700 sivldb-r to m
forCuW, to which hrv tlw &1 1 . i
The local gorwamc.-.t '--w b
public its reply to the l 'cr rarc.it. f
diaed t? il by the vxial d ri f
oration calling ntl'Lti- i f t!i" .
enorrao v incrca'e in t.
poor aad narpi,j'e I
bord'. reply ass-rl.s lU t
Oclof-tr, lcf, tho ixtct:
iwrs in Load-jo wr.i :
die population wltih in
of the year lm the r
t'us 1000. aol nrjpico ll
t!. in.f -
i .t lmr .
prore that if il.. j
to raaagf it aad iu a'
bnntil promhes to .v- 1 1
ties in the wck of rel.t .a
Bombat. Nor. 12. TUe Gfctu ! r '
In Afghanistan, have been atta teed .
Afjehan general aest to Ji4o ilt
badly dueated. Vhs gerral foi '. -Ut
c&rt load of beatkoi rehd tU'c!
battk- a a token of t?je vktoty hi- . '
Soru. N'or. 12. Tiu kio. ( I)
oa lehalf of hia wn. Ptjc Vi nkl -acart.
a telegcatn o T'rasv ., c'-
thaoUfor tfca honor f.uir I .,
son. bat decUautg npj'. a .. '?a
jtibw him to accept "th tLi i
Henry Gtorge bad hi pwcalfau -thecr
iwwrporated in the r
irfoptl 'r W friT- - ..t r-'
uaioa nveli"j :i ct "j
taxi sn ,
'jCr t ':..
-r, -jtion a ' a
'irmti ' f -'
.. of !-ri ; t,
r caii'i.' . . .
for i ur
wayve rrr ve to tns.k r '.'
mcaofi.? '- h'ld k.. ' r
w, ami I t '. " rjr t '
bow t.g vTiitf thHr ii .
w3Jth. tv ?lnlaa:
wiikh Mir roBMCon Vz ! -for
hi r hfidntt-" Tbc : .
the tI je of ked acsoaksV '
fro&iuhMM hi proic4os
ws. and lax U at that rate
SATtye-u. c a.
Prsrf. Hay, of ftela. -1
anzAr i t s Ztt
if Ur :' ' abfiirti 't .
i,l jrvc i'i' "t r :
txiir r Ji ' uV in ! ."
1 lorirr -,fttt
1 -iar ri
i H t-j
f D G.-.c,
the 'Ibe tfili
. . TV ; '
mil - r.i.- .
, ef h
r be a'
. i VJeiMr Km
the ' -
' Good rrm t
i'i narii pr baht oa or