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WICHITA. KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19. 1886.
TVMOLK No. 7vS-t.
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We'll Sell You
2 u as y 5
"We liave just opened an immense assort
ment of knit goods, including Infants'
Misses' and Ladies' Toboggan Caps, Hoods.
Fascinators Mittens and Leggins. These
goods are from the "best maker in the conn
try, and ran from the cheap goods up to the
Que lot of Children's Clonks, sizes
4 to 12 3' ears at 75 conts.
One lot of Children's Cloak, sizes
I to 12 years, all nt the uniform price
of 1 50.
One lot of iNOsses !N"evmarkets,sizcs
12 o 14 Vcars sil $3.50.
One cn?e good blue and gold prints
at o cents per yard.
Que lot of nil-wool Hnir Line Stripes
blue and red, brown and red, green
and red, 40 inchas wide at G7 cents.
One lot .Jersey Caps, all colors,
worth 25 cents, all at 17 cents each.
New. Plushes, and Trimmings very hand
some goodsare just opened.
WE HAVE A
We are closing out
Short wraps are the fashion and all our New
markets must go at a fraction of the cost.
Down Go the' Newmarkets i
One hundred dozen Gents IIphw,
Seamless, All Wool, Hose, blue mixed,
brown mixed and scarlet, all at 19
cents per pair.
Anolher lot of Heavy Twilled Flan
nel, scarlet, at 29 cents.
Fifty pair- of l)lanke, good one?
worth $1.00 per pair, at $3.25.
Fifty dozen Children's. Mioses and
LidiTd all wool Mitten-?, worth 40
eeuls per pair, all at 25 cents.
One lot of Ladies' "Short Wraps,
-ize- 32 to 42 hu-a measure, made ot
ir-'od cloth and trimmed all round
with fur, at 5.50.
at 50c on the dollar.
THE NATION MIHM
Ex-President Chester A. Arthur
Died at His Home in ITew
At 5 O'clock yesterday Morning,
of Cerebral Apoplexy A
Although Startling to tlie Public the
Sad Event was not a Surprise
to Those Near Him,
Pull or Ilonors and in Apparent Vigor,
Lilce a JJurned Down Candle
lie Passed Away.
The Lamentable Occurrence Fittingly
Annonnced by Governor of iN'ew
York in Proclamation.
JSX-PHESIDEXT ATITIIUU DEAD.
He Passed Away Without. Apparent
Pain at 5 a. in.
Nkw Yokk, November 18. It is ru
mored that Ex President Arthur died at 5
o'clock this morning. The rumor is be
lieved to be true.
9:20. The rumor of Ex-President Ar
thur's death is confirmed.
The news of the death of Ex-President
Arthur came as a great surprise, notwith
standing the alarming rumors as to his
health during the summer months. Asup
posed improvement in his condition wa
noted during his stay in New London,
Conn., and the apparent confidence ex
pressed l3 friends, who remained close to
him, under the impression that his health
had been radically improved, giving him
promise of renewed lease of life. The
disease was one affecting his kidne3'S and
those nearest him had no faith in his per
manent recovery, but his sudden demise
was not spoken of. lie began to sink rap
idly shortly after midnight, and In '5
o'clock it was known that death was ap
proaching. He passed away without ap
As soon as the news of Arthur's death
was made public, main- Hags on public and
private buildings were placed at half mast.
Arthur had lived at V2-1 Lexington avenue
for t went' years or more. A stroke of
cerebral apoplexy, sudden, but not whol'y
unexpected by attending physicians, termi
nated his life. The .stroke came in lis
sleep between Tuesday night and Wedne--day
morning and he did not rally then -from.
His death was painless and slow,
like the going out of a burned down can
dle. For hours before tie end came l.c
was unconscious to his surroundings.
His sou, daughter, sister, former law
partner, Sherman r. Knevals, and closest
friend, Surrogate Rollins, were at the bed
bide. All reports to the contrary. Mr.
Arthur's health was not improved during
his stay in New London .six weeks ago,
and on his return, Oct. 1, he was 110 better
than when he left the city. As time pas-td
no permanent improvement came and his
physicians feared some such sudden .stroke
as the one to which he succumbed.
In his enfeebled condition a light stroke
of apoplexy would prove fatal to the 01.ee
robust patient. But with the beginning of
the present week a marked change for the
hotter set in. Tuesday the ex-president
felt better and stronger than at any time
since he was taken sick and commented
hopefully upon the fact.
It was after midnight when his attendant
left him .-done in his bed room and nothing
was heard of him during the early morn
ing hours, lie was not disturbed until his
attendant entered the room at S o'clock yes
tcrdny morning, lie found Mr. Arthur
lying on. his side breathing heavily, and
could not rouse him. The family an
swered the summons, but failed to elicit
a 113' signs of consciousness or recognition
from the ex-president. In alarm the' sum
moned his physician. Dr. Geo. A. Peters,
who has been in attendance upon Mr. Ar
thur throughout his illness, who responded
promptly and at once saw that he was suf
fering from a stroke of cerebral apoplexy.
A small blood vessel in the brain hud
bursted and paralysis of the right side had
en-ued. From the moment the discovery
was nude all hope was known to be vain,
but o efforts were spare 1 to bring the pa
tient back to consciousness. The3 were
all alike failure.-.
Mr. Arthur la -motionless and speech
less all da-. lie knew what was going on
about him for he squeezed the doctor's
hand and put out his tongue parti when
asked to do so, but never "poke or gave
any other sign 01 consciousness, iast
night at (i o'clock enfeebled pulse, more
ditiicult respiration and other sigus of phy
sical failure indicated to the watchful eyes
of his physicians that the end was drawing
near. The change for the wore came on
rapidly and his sisters and children gathered
at his bedside. William A. Valentine. Dr
I Peters' partner, and Surrogate Rollins
stayed with iheni during the night. 31 r.
I Knevals went home at midnight, Mr. Ar
thur's strength ebbed ont slowly and with
it his life.
It was 5 when the end came. He had
been entirely senseless for hoars, and died
j without a struggle.
! Mr. Arthur was 56 years of age. lie
has been a widower 7 years. His wife was,
I Miss Ellen nerndon before he married her'
! the daughter of a na al officer, a Yinriaian.
I who was lost at sea. Of their two children,
j the son, Chester Ailaa. t twenty -two year
ld, was a graduate from Princeton Col
lege a ar ago, and is now a student in
' Columbia faw School, and his practical
' traiuiue here was hi the law office of Kne
vals it liaasom. the firm df which the ex
president was a -Member up to the time of
( his election as vke-presideBt oe the Gnraeid
j ticket. The daoghter, 31iss Nettie, o
whoinMr. Arthur was vervfoud is 14 vears
Undertaker Davidson was summoned to
take charge of the remains this morning.
The funeral will take place Satur ay at
9 a. m. from the church of Heavenly liest.
on Fifth avenue, liev. Dr. Parker Morgan
Mr. Arthur was not a member of am
church, but his wife formerly attended
that church. One of the ex" president's
characteristics was his strong loalt'to
her memory. Mr. Arthur's remains will
be buried in Albany Rural cemetery in
the family plot.
Dr. George R. Peters was found at his
office today. He said: Mr. Arthur died
ot cerebral apoplexy; that is, it was the
immediate cause. It was one of the ways
in which his trouble might terminate at
any time: to that extent it was not uaex
pected. For two or three years Mr. Ar
thur suffered from an enlarged and enfee
bled heart and the variety of symptoms that
alarmed his friends were natural result of
this condition. He had kidney trouble,
Bright's discjise, but that was not the cause
of his death. A man of less powerful con
stitution would have succunibd mu -h
sooner. His great physical strength pulled
him through jts far as this. Mr. Arthur
was not only physieall' strong, but a
mighty good man, and those who were
closest to him in his troubles learned to
value him most highly.
Telegrams conveying the intelligence of
the death of the ex-president have been
sent to his brother, Major William
Arthur, of the United States regular
army, stationed at San Antonio, Texas;
to General Brewster, at Philadelphia; Ex
Secretary W. B. Chandler, who called on
Mr. Arthur Monday, aud other members
of the cabinet of the late administration;
also to some personal friends of the de
ceased. It is expected that members of
President Arthur's cabinet will be asked to
act as pall bearers at the funeral.
The lemaii.s now lie in the parlor on
the second floor of the unostentatious resi
dence whose honored owner has passed
away. It is not yet known whether Rev.
Dr. How laud. late rector of the church of
lleavcl' Rest, or Rev. Dr. Morgan, present
rector, will officiate at the funeral services.
As soon :is the death of .Mr. Arthur became
known tlags were placed at half mast on
tlie custom house and most of the public
and mercantile buildings.
James C. Reed, private secretary to the
late ex-president, received all callers todav
at the home of Mr. Arthur, the family of
the dead president, consisting of hi- son,
Chester A. Arthur, his daughter, Ellen II.
Arthur, and his sisters, Mrs. McElroy and
Mrs. Caw, deming themselves to all call
ers. The secretary remained in an apartment
on the second floor of the hou-e and there
received dispatches convcv ing expressions
of sympathy from relatives and near
friend-, but none of these were given to
the public. I
A ven fewl days ago in conversation
with Aquadiixit Commissioner Fish, who
had callul to sce.him, Ex-President Arthur
made the fialov. ing despairing remark:
After all life L not worth living for. and I
might as wcllgive up the struggle for it
now as an' lia'ie, and submit to the inevit
Ni.w Your, Nov. 18 Ex President
Arthur's priv.ie secretary was busy until!
10 o'clock tonght, when the house closed,
receiving vi-ifors and answering telegrams.
Dr. Parker 1 organ will olliciate at the
funeral, assist, by Rev. W. A. Learned,
rector of St. Zty u'$ church in Washington.
The funeral jer,vice will be very simple.
The remains frill be conveyed on a special
train to itllouny. Major General
Schofield called at the house
tonight and tendered the services of his
military forcdfor the funeral. A guard
of honor was accepted; the number ot men
has not bei n &"ci(ied upon. The following
was received tonight:
B Washington', Nov. 18.
The president will attend the funeral of
Ex-PrcMdcntgArlliur and will be accom
panied by t.itvsecretar' of state, secretary
of' the navy, gccietary of the interior aud
H Daniel. S. Lamont.
Albany, N. Y. Nov. IS. The follow,
ing proclamation by the governor was is
sued this afternoon:
By the death of a distinguished citizens
the people of the state are again called to
mourn. Chester A. Arthur entered into
re-t at his residence in New York city
early this morning. He had always made
his home within our state and fiom his
early manhood had occupied within it
places of ollicial distinction. Asa citizen
of New York state he was elected vice
president by the whole people; upon the
death of President Garfield' he became
president by succession, and with dignity
to him-elf and with honor to the country
he filled that highest office in our govern
ment. In all hi? life he bore without abuse the
name of a entleman. Remembering the
services au admiring the character of
President Arthur, it Is fitting that we
should by si ch action as may be deemed
appropriate express our sorrow in his
death and -Itovv respect for the high official
position which he held by choice of his
Done at the capital m the city of Albany
on this, the 18th day of November, in the
year of our Lord one thousand, eight bun
dre and cightv-si.v.
Sign! David B. Hn,u
By the governor.
Wi. G. Rick. Private Secretary.
Washington, Nov. 16. The senators
below named will attend the Arthur
funeral on behalf of the senate: -luhn
Sherman. Geo. F. Edmunds, John A.
Logan. Win. B. Allison. M. C. BotU-r,
Ja-. D. Cameron. D. W. Yorhees, Warner
Miller, Geo G. Yest, Jos. HawJey, Jas.
KIND WORDS KKOM ALL.
Attorney-General Garland snkl he had
known Ex President Arthur intimately, and
had ri-ou to e-tecin him both as a friend
ami as a public officials.
Secretary Lanmr said that Mr. Arthur'
death w ill touch the lHsnrL- of many people
with grief. Calfed to the presidency under
most painful and trying cirrmnstances, he
bore his honor- wiih dignity, and admio-i-terek
the executive dv pariin?nt f the
govern-next, in a manner that just u
all sections.. He was high I v esteemed and
e-"ec i:! ffked by main' of the southern
senators aafl rrtrtr?n!aiiTes.
Pofei Majier General YUas said 'hat jAt.
Arthur's diainistrxiko a? the eovwDawtit
had commanded him Tery stroaglu the
resp"t f the people, and eapeehtilT eue
sfeleric? tha very trying ch-cuiastaiK-eft ao
der hith. he iwk " the office, hi admini
iratk.n might be called reatarkaWy sue
Secretary Whitney said: T knew aad es
teemed pre-ioVtit Arthur Terr biguij k-B
before he &enuiK proidtct. 1 dermal hiu
a much abk-r man than was hk rcpote
when placid upon the ticket.
TUB OHS&qrTJSS MTtrARHBD.
Nsw York, Nov. IS.- la perfecting
arrangdments for the fwwra! of eat-Pre-
dent Arthur it has been determined to
change the date of the ceremony until the
morning of Nov. 22, in order to allow time
for the arrival of several members of his
cabinet and others of distinction who have
telegraphed their desire to be present.
London, Nov. IS. The Daily News,
referring to the death of Ex-President
Arthur, says: His death will be regretted
beyond the limits of America. As presi
dent he exercised the office in a manner
which won for him the lasting gratitude of
The Standard says: Ex-President Ar
thur's death will be regretted on personal
grounds by numbers of people who found
something wanting in his political character.
1ft Ii'm't -
Two Persons Burned Alive.
Indianapolis, Ipd.. Nov. IS. The In
dianapolis News' special from Marion, Ind.,
-ay-: A fire with terrible and fatal results
is reported this morning from the village
of Landsvilh, in the southeastern part of
ibis county. James Johnson, a prosperous
farmer, and family resided a quarter of a
mile from the village. This morning the
-on of Mrs. Johnson arose aud built a fire,
but finding it was only 3 o'clock, returned
to bed. Half an hour later the house wa
in Humes. Johnson and wife and their two
-ons escaped in their night ch thes. Two
daughters of Johnson, Ella and Minnie,
aired respective! eighteen and twent.
years, awoke in the upstairs
apartment to find themselves surrouuded
In Humes and half suffocated by smoke.
They attempted to reach the ground, but
escape was shut off. One fell in the stair
way and peri-hed there; the other ran back
to the bed room, fell acro-s the bed and
was suffocated. The building was com
pletely destroyed. Amonir the cinders this
morning all that could be found of the re
mains of the unfortunate young ladies,
were a few bits of charred bones. In tlu
family of Johnson, employed as a hired
man, was a young man by the name of
Turner, who, in making his escape, was
so severely burned, that he will probably
A Cluau Sweep.
City ok Mexico, Nov. 18, The man
agement of tlie Mexican Central railwsi
has di-charged ever passenger conductor
on the road, some sixty in all. It is said
the removals were made on secret reports
of spotters, who discovered an organized
system of stealing. About twenty Ameri
can station agents have also been discharg
ed on the ground of their supposed com
plicity with conductors.
Devoured by Wolves.
Dextek, Mo., Nov. IS. Last Monday
morning Willie Meyers, aged 1(5, and
Johnnie Flynn, 15 years of age, sons of
neighboring farmers, left their homes to
gather hickory nuts. They did not return
.Monday night". Ye-terday a party orga
nized a search for the boys. i,ate la-t
night the remains of Willie Meyers weie
discovered in a lone ravine ten miles from
here. Nothing but the clothing and a few
bones were found. Investigation showed
that he had been devoured by wolves. No
trace of young Flynn has yet been dis
covered." Both Sterling and Bollinger
counties are overrun with wolves and :t i
believed that the lads were chased by a
pack after d-trk and separated in flight.
Plieri- is verv little hone of finding Flvnn
alive, but the search is being pursued with
Cincinnati. Nov. 18. At today's ses
sion of the American Humane association.
measures were taken to memurnlie con
gress and the pre-ident of the United
States in reference to the transportation of
cattle; to provide for a systematic effort
tor the protection of bird-; to secure
thorough investigation of the treatment
and condition of cattle on western
ranches; to provide for a systematic police
of stock yards; to secure co-operation in
the protection of children exhibited on the
stage. A special committee was appointed
to leport at the next meeting upon the best
means of caring for children who are
wards of the state. A paper on the finan
cial support of humane work by Geo. T.
Angell, president, of Massachusetts, was
Masonic Relief Association.
St. Louis, Mov. IS. The Masonic Re
lief as-ociaiion of the United States aud
Canada laid only a morning -essjon today.
The only business of importance which
was transacted was the election of officers,
which resulted as follows: President,
Martin Collin, of St. LouK first virr-pres
ident, Jno. H. Pope, of New York: second
vice-president, J. II. liobinson, of Toronto;
irea-urer, Win. Delanto. of New York.
Advi-ory board: M. J. Iliggin. of Mil
waukee;' L. C. Williiim-on ami II. K.
.Mitchell, of Toronto, Canada. Toronto
was chbseu as the next place of meeting.
Chicago, Nov. 18 Representatives of
the League and Association base ball Hubs
were in sension again this morning.,
amendments to the constitution beiug con--idered,
the chief fight being the same k
last yt-ar, over the proposition to recognize
Sunday game. It is not expected the
IcagueWiil agree to Sunday games. A to
tin- qt:eton of dropping one of the club
notv in the league it is intimated that the
question wilt not probably be detertoioed
at this meeting.
The ludutnn Kiection.
Indian apo., Nov. 18. The official re
turns of the recent election show the fol
lowing results on the State ticket: Robin
son, rep., fr Lieut.-Gor., 231,922. Nel
son. dVin, 223.003, Gall. pro. &.lc5; Pope,
national, 4.G4Q. Robinson' plurality.
3.319. Mr. LaFolleit, rep. candid!
for Supt. of public instruction kada hU
ticket with 28-i.2tJ9 votes.
An Enemy in Cuip.
IsDU-.XA-'O'-.n. Nov. 18. The Jooraal's
Yim-emtee itpecia! says tha- b otBcWIy s-
nouoced in that city that Henry B. Duster-
Ikit. citv treasurer, ia aht in hW acconat
10.000 ui $1 2,000. Duj-tertwrg nearinj
the end of bi cd terra and baa been a
much rejected maa. His only attempt at
exDhmasioa is that he has been deCraaded
j by tfo-nebody connected with bis office.
Got Away Wttk i Swag.
Bctupl Pa., Xot. ia.Tljre masked
) itif .1 efft-eted an entrance ieto the reaideeee
of Nathan 3cCev.-r. of Oakland towmfcip,
j htst aiht aai after a ght hntiae aa hoar,
1 io which Mr. JAdCleret sad hi .
I MaraueU nod Jane, were terrti-iy iaiured.
iMictreded ia tteaiisg a l-rkK coataiaisg
nearly $16,000. with which they escaped.
j Chicago, Xc. ifc The KsO-irsr Pai-
i scBrcr arxl Fretgrht Vtxtdwum' i(u:ual
i AM mod in.-ut msmtisLhiHi f r the tiuted
j ? sd Casada today decided to mvyrod
j for x mf?mh the fl'uAt; of the by -!
j trhich areacrih! nspttimtm for nekrt or
i&mmlvHt meams fif mm
-.itWn A-rty tfeyaof dwaad.
THE WORST IN MRS.
Tlie Wind and Sno-w Storm
that Begun Last Tuesday
Swept Across the Northern Bor
der, Extending to the Sea
Pronounced the Severest Know for
Six Years: Its Greatest Loss to
A "Number of Vessels Driven Ashore
and AVYeel-.ed aud .Many Lives
Lost Helpers Helpless.
The "Blizzard in tlie'ortliwest Crowds
the .Mercury Down to Fifteen
Decrees JJelow Zero.
Washington, D. C. Xov. IS, 1 n. m.
Tlie following are the indications for .Mis
souri: Fair weather followed by light
rains in northwest portion, slightly warm
er, winds generally southerly.
For Kansas: Fair weather, followed by
light rains, slightly warmer, winds gener
Tlie Severest Storms Known for Years
Havnge the .Northern Lukes.
GnEr.N J3ay. Wis.. ZS'ov. 18. A -team
barge of Justice Field's, with four sail
btirges. coal laden, were driven into Ke
Avaaee yesterday morning. The F. 31
Dickinson soon broke away and went on
rocks. A small boat broke away toon af
ter she struck, and the captain and four
men sprung into the water and managed to
reach the pier, and two men and the female
cook, jumped from the vessel and were
drowned. Their name are Jerry Jem and
Arthur Prevs, of Green Bay, and cook,
Mniy Waters, of Toledo. The Ii"incrald,
another of Justice Field's tow, wiu. drugged
ashore fmr bonis later. Her crew, con
sisting of five men and female cook, took
to a small boat and attempted to reach
shore, but the frail craft wa- soon hWamijed
and five of the crew were seen to drown.
The mate reached the bench upon an or,
after a desperate struggle with the waves.
AllI.WAl'KKE, Wii . Nov. IS Tlie
burges Bissell and Tillie May, of .his
lice Field's tow, which sueressfully
weathered tlie gale in the breakers at Kew
anee, are all rigitt today, although leaking
Two bodies supposed to be those of Cap
tain Gorliam and one of the crew of the
wrecked barge Emerald waahed ashore
this morning. The School er 2s'ullie Ited
inglon, of Oleveliind, which was iy dietres
at l'wo Jtiycrs. last night, is npirtedall
right today. She dragged in wry close to
the beach "but her alienors tiually htruck
holding ground and she weathered the
storm In drifting by the piers, her main
boom and stern struck the Mghthou, dam
aging that structure and the trestle bridge
1 hat leads to it considerably. The veaeet
lost her rudder and is leaking.
An unknown three master was driven
ashore about live miles north of Two
Hi vers early this morning. The crew es
caped with dilliculty to a steam barge
which anchored near by. The name of Uie
untorttumte ve-ssel cannot be learned owing
to a blinding snow storm which prevail.
The schooner Cti:thogn and the scows
Nellie Church and TallahiiHse are nhore
in North bay. The vessel are not much
injured and the crews are ate.
Dktkoit, .Mich., Nov 1 r An Evening
Joural special from ICast Taw as. Mich.,
as. A heavy southeaster jirevaila wftli
snow. The tug, Ella Sunih, is hero with
bt.rges C. II. UavN. .1. .McDwigal. S. B
Buckout, Golden Harvest. B. M. linker,
and Star of the Noith The Davis i nafe
ly anchored, but four of the Jive barge
are driven on the beach alovc Eimry. '1 lie
Star of the Nonh vv:i sunk. At 1 1 o'clock
the sschooner, Lyman Casey. jmrJed her
aiu hor chnms and went on ihe bench.
.MAliqCBTTK, jncii , -Nov. io. a neavy 1
nortJiweSl gale prng uj on the iilie
rueaduy niint which developwl Into the
severest storm kmwn her in six ear.
i'lie snow had been falling nli day; the sea
grew higher every hour, washing over the
breakwater aad Uirowing spray forry feet
into the air At 2 o'efhk thia RttermR'O
the wave destroyed the harbor ItghttMJuse,
throwing it over into the harbor. All the
dock in the city not specially protected
were severely daomged.
During the afternoon the nchoooer Blua
Gertacb, laden with roaJ, aacceeded ta
cominir safely u the hnrbur. Tk
schoo&cr Florida wan not so fortunate, j
shewa drives io about 4 o'clock aad i
dropped aochr outaide of toe harbor. j
The tug Giltet went oot to rumens the
men and succeeded ia getttaf them all ofl t
safely except Andrew Petersot), the male. 1
who in juoip&ag into use ui waa ewupu
between the tug aad adwAioer aathey
came toother, und to bHy feawt tkat ke
dsd iat eveting.
The -torm abated a KJe daring tke
nhrht, but today waa raging vUh reoewed
fury. 'I'he harge Wiiee with her con
"rt are at the Ctocobg teach, four ttikw
&uA of here, both tmatu will he a total km.
A crew of milor have bees at work ail
day making eil-Ktt io nave the ow. bar
wtthout avail, the n ruoaiag ao bigfc
that ttotbiog eiio live. I'he reacaina; cat
w aearir drowiwd before the eBMS u -pvw r -v -
wve lite mm w tede4. Tbe karge hi temviry ht Kera Ita -waa
lyi: km in the water, aad aeatta to the- ka & o JimiMe
be -drinr way. every we r r kr 1 The ??" Pr '
tieil tber;ii.atnUiaaraaI T?"J?' .
are aakore at Pfewj lf- ftwrantea yrUi pl taw -wHiai mm .
of here, but it h not yet bats kamed - STt!ZL J.
thetcanritycrfMfeHHiiigaj?arltiifc Tnej by m
dKoeer Fiwrida lies eo the knack ff taif && ..
city, a total wreck. . ,,. , A ,
Csicaco. 5.v. 1 Tie tor tddnecd i - " -"' ;
Mof flmdriecvftftWaaaiRWalotfC Sr ! -
tke docka. The only ietrirnfe. wa? c,pfc i, nTaa y Ta lew
ofaiawilmnbercarr. Froake nook Vi&! m '
ont" at toe iile-a-tnf Ostium waa i
I tmBafMr to ee the &ttb p mtsmme m
1 tae biiocttse scow. iww
htkeaboot safdmt esq
harreami is m
:. .Tt tii. . ..I..V IkK IIIIIIIIIMH VIIB .
1 10 m talk an faar fmm h Pkweat : Uora.ix. S- ,
' TbeKrdof mssimmlUenmAmtmmlKSlttmlew Aihax.
ieaJeisnaappfcltej:, Keata up loa ; iuJitD-a and J
I BatMF. 31. Dickison, ncir Kewaunsec,
three lives tost.
Two unknown schooners, one supposed
to be the Helen, near Port Sherman.
An unknow u schooner, near Hog island
Barge Star of the North, near east
Tawas, fate of the crew unknown.
The vessels known to have been driven
Barges Wallace and Consort, on
Choclag beach, east of Marou IU crew
Severn! vessels at Presque Isle, names
unknown, many lives lost.
Schooner South Haven, near Port Sher
man, captain badly injured.
Schooner .Mary, near Blenheim. Ontario.
Schooner Pathfinder, near Two Kmrs,
cargo and vessel a total loss.
Schooner Cuyahoga and two scows in
Schooner P. S. Marsh and an unknown
schooner at Stiguac.
An unknown schooner north of Muske
Propeller City of New York, mar Che
boygan. aehooner Kolfagc, nonr Godcnch, Ont ,
all broken up.
Propeller Nashua, on Grass island Green
l'urge Brissell. Ivowjuinee.leaking b idlv.
Schooner Golden 'Age. below C.uaa
Propeller Belle Cross ami Imrtr, s a ross
from China Uitch.
Schooner Florida, on Marquette bta.h a
Barges Buckont, McDougJill, B ik r an I
Golileu Hjtrvest. neur East Tnvva
Two unknown schooners on Ma kin.no
In a majority of Uiesu cases thi t n ws
are safe, but the result in nit.uu'Hrcf
others i at least uneeriain.
The Storm in the Wost.
Dks Moinks. In., Nov. IS - flu -t rm
continues with increased sever: t nl iv
The railroads in the northern pur' of the
state are blockaded. The ( :iu ,10 ai.d
Lock Island jmsseuger tmin N-1 -. vvas
snow IkhiimI vvisi of here All t.i tr.uiH
are snow ImuiimI on the weal end
While the snow plow on lh V :. la
narrow gauge road of tin? Walni'h S'in
was pustiiug through a drift iu ir Piuoni
estenluy. three tnu-k men. Mr F.irnnv,
mid his son, and Jieph Disvin vv 'i str u k
and so bitdly injured that Farrow and sm
died last evening. Davis li.nl !iH 1 gs
broken, and was otherwise M-Mrilv h irt
The storm was so Wimlini tha- tie mm
could not be set-it by the eiigin.tr
Smrx City, Nov IS The -i- " rn
left as suddenly as it came I"' mi w
stopped falling about S n'rlo k ii-tivtn
ing The Sioti.x City roal IV id jivu
gtr train from the south is the ttr 'r a to
arrive, comiag in at 2 p. in 1 1 r
nwiswill be tHietteil a Moon as . v 1 tt
remove tlie drift.
St. Pn.. Nov. 18. The w.
uiiMlemting: tmow lta ceMMil f
the wira! has rrasnl bkwin;r I
momelt-r wj fifteen b low this 1
loiai Mtow ftdi wait 11 1 S ui' i
are greatly delay ! todny tui in.
of the varmus road think th , v
ning all right totnorrow So f r
tie from the blhcutrd are repr'i A
IvANSVb ClTT. Nov. IS I'll- .
through miiw from the went tl t
are i-iecte! to itrrive tontelit
' 1 . ds i
. fur i
olHcinN. Way inutw cnuit- in l I u ft 11
1 he points of blockade nmi ! - t.' . ,'
lOeiiloflke rtorot the bhM-kitih .
mwed. The caltientea inter v 1. w . 1 I
not antiflpnte way acriou :im
sinrm, n rKOchmen, they n t, 1 1
iy prepured for winter.
I K i l Hi
Cyehtiio in 1 mitv I'.nui
Wll.KKtiKAKRK, Pa , Nov I"
l.ut detntctive frelone iKev.ii- '
in the Wyoming viilkry tbi m r.
log inu-nn..- excitement while i' 1 1
roof of houe in vriiMi.t pr
were toro off. At Kingston, 1
liere, the new Catholic ebun b v
wreeked At ParMaia, thr 1
here. Hotter! JohnMi. a nri-'
struck by a flying (dank nod v t
killed. "The" aleepk- iA th
church, one of the hihet in il.
km coiitpletely denwdkvhed.
Deiiiolibhod ly a Celon .
TaoT. N. V , Xo !H I
work of the Jhn U. Thonij -
ron-pany. near Wmt Troy, w
ubed by n eyckioe thU awwrnn
were bwdly buroei by vitriol 1
tnlly. The Um U $40,0U0.
A canal boat otpuin wm !! v
caaaJ aud drowad.
Vi 'it :
1 ' V;
Storm 011 tlm Sufibo'l
Xkw IIavkji. Conn., Xov t"
tbe bcnvicMt wiml atoniM w '
rain ever experienced hrte i ' 1
eity thb forewnoo. Earir-'o
the in Kiag left ben wh ''
in low. Oo each brjre "rf'
two perwM. It U "C'r'
barge aaek off MilfW Tb
graphic cotnmnakattV1 betw
Skw You. 5-0 Th
wastcoaflaed Ut Jmmij tb '
ami dwo poor af ft T
grt.whif t-okfer wrffe brWt
1 be we:, Rcfafta ol the A -iadfa-ate
& jorwll aloi.'-
I'rolav 9ft0tk-f T-v
frma IjuhA" ay f wa wad
rarhr l wkf fr
to Ikwtey. Hex. foams
fie,wddry. A' -all
th ! kydswtta wen; :
:bbJ that randy oeew th?
wether ht gUy modefai'
A lf'AT Ita Wtr lie'
Cbicaoo, Sn. t Tid
arbitra-- who are briM
the eMabfkdifeirt '
new lwo p-- "
i,mm rrw: npwwy o
itntt-k tnelenawnftliwHaof tke two teas
1 muy emmummm
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