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WICHITA, KANSAS. WEDNESDAY MOBXING, JANUARY 4, 1S8S.
WHOLE NO. 1135
I tA ' AST
125 Main Street.
THE STATUS OF THE HEADING
RAILROAD STRIKE. .
The Company Claims to lc Over
whelmed Willi Applications
Special Merest to PrudentB uyers'of Dry Goods
We open Monday morning, January 2, a sale of special interest
fn thnsaMo miv iae dry goods. Our entire stock will be put on
slle .5 fcost and less than cost to reduce It and convert it into cash
before our annual inventory. We come now xo the ending of a very
Somerous vear 'taking in altogether, and we will make big cats
?Sm nowm sto'ckTakmg to cleanup with as much cash as possible
The Strike in the Klines Several Thousand
Miners Said; to he Idle The
Exact Number Unknown.'
Strike Among Flint Glass Workers
The Fight Considered as a Long and
Litter One 15,000 Men Out.
Philadelphia, Pn., Jan. 3.
railroad strike is still" on and it is charac
DRESS GOODS STOCK.
Another special offer In the dress goods and silk. We have not
onlv cut down the prices on alt the dress goods and silks butwlll
rat ana fit them f iee of charge and give you this list or things.
5ms hst or llnrrSs given free with each3 dress over 50 cents a yard :
i l?2 ryards of selesia, 6 yards of comDrlc, 2 spools of silk, 3 spools
of twist and 1 spool of braid.
These dresses are all cu!; and fitted by either Maaame Chambers
or Kaoarne Liggett, both tirsc-class and accomplisped modistes.
We have also made a reduction in the prJce of making dresses if
you should assire us to go on and finish up the dress.
We want you to get a knowledge of the immense reduction
made in wrap We can and will cut, the life out or them. J3lan
kets, fiaEneia and every article in the house cut uown for this an
so badly that he died several hours later.
Halverson was a married man and resided
in Chicago. The damage to the train was
ALBCQUEr.QUE, X. 51., Jan. 3. A closed
carriage, with the horses well heated,
came running into town about 7 o'clock
this evening. lb stopped at Trimble's
livery stable, and soon the news spread
like wild fire that it contained a man
badly wounded. From C. H. Kirkpatrick,
who is a ranchman forty-five miles from
the city, the following was learned :
Tuesday about noon, as he and his
herder were about to roundup some cow-,
two nicely dressed men wearing scoten
caps, approached the house, walking.
Thev stated they had walked all night,
tired, footsore and hungry. Kirkpatrick
informed them that he had just finished
dinner, but plenty was left, and to take a
bed and rest, as he and his heider were on
a roundup for cows. The strangers did as
requested. When Kirkpatrick and the
herder returned, in about two hours, they
got off their horses in front of the house
and entered. .
They had no more than got inside when
the men whom Kirkpatrick had befriend
ed brousht down their funs and told the
The great herder and himself to hold up their hand-.
j The men bacKcu out. oj tne nouse
.... i ti,;v wnv tn rhp Uinrsi- One had
terized by the same determination as from ( mounte(i an right, but theother in getting
i,n lumnninn TVi fntimniiv mivs it is I ri fwr-iilpnt.-illv discharged his trim, the
L.,.j '..t ,:....:.. ." ioi lmilf-r I'literimr the rittht leg just below
merwneimeuwim apuuu, u- . nnsSnir throuah ifito the shoul
orersin search of employment, but that , -f hy hop rne m.,n fen to the
t.liov li.ivft enmiL'h men in reserve to fill
months of 1SST. the increase was 6' per
cent, and in the seven years ending in
lss7, 30 per cent. Tne total raru.m
! assessment m ten states m i-, w.is
$25S,KK5.S47, an increase of fc per cent m ie
past twelve montns. aim an increi-eu' --
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rwriVV vjrpppKV T rUiriF- per cent in the past seven years. In ronmi (jqi tn (jj. ,fc ,UU1Y, aiXrAAd
uii.vui.wj uuuii'u.n v,.w. numbers the increase 1
J. H. Delft plane's Love For Dealing in
Margins Lead? Him to Embezzle
ned with applications from lab-, bullet entering the right leg Just
a . , , t ,, . ! the "Tom. nassing through into tne
;earch of employment, but that " Phnr,Pb The man fell
i enough men in reserve to fill i ground, when his partner cried out, "We
anv number ol vacancies that can possi- ! give up. ' All the weapon at- tne i ouse
A ilan's Skull From Hi- Eyes to the Crown
of His Head Mown Off He Will
Hecover. It Is Said.
Kepovt of Southern Real and Tersonal
Valuations for the J-ist Ten Years,
Showing Uirge Increases.
ntimiM-K tho irM-prsf! in the nasi seen
vears in the ten states has been: Ala
bama. .55,00(.000; Georaia. ST7.000.PO0: Ken
tuckv, $133,000,000: Maryland. a3.000.piV:
Mississippi, $50,000,000: Xorth Carolina.
S37.000.oJw; South Carolina. S21.00O,0OO;
Tennessee, $2S.000.000; Texas, $333,000,000
and ATirginia. $1S.OLO,000.
A FATAL RIOT.
SiorxCirr, la.. Jan. 3. Mag Willis'
den. on Second street, was last evening the
scene of a bloody riot, which will prolubly
terminate in the death of Iiobert McKen
zie at the hands of Jack King, a notedjdo
perado. Among the parties at Willis' den
were Jack King, llobert McKenzie, .Joe
Parent and Frank Comiky. They were
all drinking, as were the women. As the
night grew on the members of the party
became more under the influence of liquor.
"I am going to leave UiN town," said
McKenzfe, "and the rest of you people
will be iromg soon, too."
"Xot bv a good deal." exclaimed Kim:,
"I am goingto tay here and see F
TmiiUirtimiit buried. A man who will
TO THE LEGISLATURE.
Chicleville, Ohio, Jan. 3. Business
circles were startled late last evening by
the announcement that Jacob H. Uela
plane. confidential clerk and book keeper
for the Portage Straw Board works, thU
;,,- i,-ii .licnnnp.irwl mid was a defaulter lunmo onnurml in hot words. King
for -i lare amount. He left here on the walked over to McKenzie and struck him
lor i iarne auioum. Frill.,. a blow, felling him to the floor. Hepounc-
north bound Scioto allej tram i?nua.. ! . , Mpv" ,: ,. n,l(i ti 1P two men cran-
I night and his present whereabouts are un- .,lt.,i MdCenziegot a hold on King, and
tin. i in. Tiainniano liplnntwri tnoneof ' Iviiil'. like thenian with the oear. lonui
He Recommends Several Important
Changes lo le Made in Xcw
York's Present Lws.
Great Extitement in i!le Oil .Market
Which Has Seldom Keen Equaled
in Commercial History.
The Celebration of the Pope's- Golden
Juhillce, as Held in Chicaso lcs-
tcrda)' The Tope's Present.
turn tail for those fellows is a coward."
McKenzie took up the remark and an
swered King. Then it was tnat tne men
Albany. X. Y., Jan U The New York
legislature was, convened today. Governor
Hill, in liis message, says he is determine!
to make that document the briefest oa
reconl, bcciniMj he realizel that
he who gives hiv MU!ceUon
with concisenes and brovit confers
no small gift upon the active men in this
bly occur. It is said that 15,000 Schuyville , t nll-aud -u their possession, but , . , an(lmT).t resnected families of this ' not let go. McKenrie got King s W. ' AmonK the recomiiiondatioiw which th
miners are idle to-day. It is impossible to k rknatrick took the wounded man and the be , 1, , Vt f 1,5 o.nrt ' his mouth ,iud b,t lhe e,ml. 0,L, iV governor mnken i. the pn-age of aniub
tell the exact number of Heading em- Jr ffick to the house and told them he country, and the revelation o h.. short- inoincnt Joe Parent ami Fk : regulating the employneutofpr.H,r
plovos who have quit work. would forgive them. The wound getting comings was truly a deplorable surprise also jumped on McKeiwie. Parent hitt.u, a .. providing tor spring mimuHMl
ASHLAND, Pa., .Jan. y.-The Iviiights of bad Kiikpatnck got on ahorse, came to to his friends. The amount of his defalca- j him several blow in the tace to1 t-leetious in thecitv ot " $, .lmrtr
Labor held a meeting here last night and , tmvn for )edicine, and while here first )Y fnt tifc writing ho wwrt-uned ! and McKenzi.-started for the door. Kuii, nton of n commissiim ureb,. the clmrtrr
dencied to go on a strike, and as fv conc- heard of the hold-up of the clerks at Man- tion can not at this tv i nut, "; pulled a revolver ami tired two shots, at of t,,e dt f Xt.w ork, and " -uncm
quence there is but one Heading collery in , u-i's hardware store, the robbers securing but an examination of his books thus far j wl lch Mckenzie fell bleeding. mt.t to the statute which lim t o
this district working to-day and that one fmVr new 44-calibie revolvers. The de- discloses a shortage of . 00. , King Parent and ( omisky led In lUxere amount of recowrj ,0Jn.?5
isshoixhanaed. Riley & Co. have made a liption of the men suited those at his . , .. "riutendent of the works, arrested and iailcI toclay -MeK z a. is (,cath f a Jiel01 culd by tht '"KCiiw
sP.tistactory agreement with their em-' S,,. He then armed' himself got a JJPS as our found to be shot throna th, !; J , another peiM.n. or of rpt'n 'J'
ployes and their collieiiesaie in operation. clovCd carriage and left for his ranch. On o idential c erk and book-keeper. He; ""rl teni; t he foreJ lead on he h U int.r,s,nu the nn'on.i;!"",0W
Tins a'Teement it is sad, is a contmu- .....M.-in" at-h?s ranch he nulled down on S0-11, f" ',':,,. Vnrdn-v -lturdav mom- coming out just oerthe ear. the skuu nwy be lvctiveml m mh actious liu.u',
rLvding, Pa.. .Jan. H.-Propnetors of Before being confined in jail, the clerks j PtI,0Ig;iv one at the office about the elbow. their Iomotnt- aVX&r1&Hn
large iurnace and iron works in this sec- at andell's, whom they had held P, fe& and itiwakened our suspicions. THE MURDERED MAN'S FUNERAL. ,K'thwl of !TPi .iJ.TK
tionvrnihnt temnbut 1(kntifie(l them. They have the appear- ft nediatel y began an investigation, -E,v Oule.vns, Jan. Ji.-The funeral of "j.?, t ", StS'Twi
v.'j. iui WV ".. - ... ---"j -fc- - . v- illll. Jl V.Jlv tv ... I .1IW1 inillK M St 1 Li 1L- 4LI11IU1IIL1IIM VW i i-.v
I'.tiilinttimimti. Will l)e ol)ll"Cd to Close.
owins to lack of the supply coal. Many of
them have been running for weeks siioit
nf i-nnl .-Mid most of them have less than
THAT KENTUCKY WRECK.
Ti:nKN-vooi. Ky., .7n. a. The
infl -rmnifl n ;1
over sS,000. This all occurred m nis orK
for December. We are now examining
ions to that time, u e nan
1'atrick Mealv. citv commLSsiouer of po
lice, who was murdered by political ene
mies New Year's morning, took place this
B I I
I tbo ivork T)ie
i 1.. l..,f flw. tYint tuitwh o ivtrr, nl ......l., . irr irrnnir wit!) 111 IHlOKS lJL- -t -.-. .. - ..........
.!.. rrnu'N nun ri i iiiiu l iuixiu?u h,hiwiv ' '"-iiiiiiihiiiijijIiiii awi ,..-.-- '., rfAHniAn mw i-nc rTi fii i.iii iitiii iiiliiil-i
S?Srffi-S ly.P S,e story of Saturday's wreck remains H 'oe alt;n(le(1 lhat hns been known in
month ago, but the officials hae not been je told. As time wears on and tne weck I uiij .Jn Oo unearthed. AVe had no rea-, t his city for manv vears. The religious
able to fill them. If the strike continues . ljeing denretl awny, the presence of more ou to mistrust him. and looked upon him cercmonje.s ere held at- St. Michael's
i any icnatn oi ue iji. i 'VrvViVV,; I victims in the debris becomes apparent. as a valuable man to have in our once, i llonvMl Catholic churcli bv Rev. 1-atliers
lishiiKMitsinthis cityauavicinitj Ainj)eicuinsiu inc ". nf think J4.WW will cover his peculations. I . . Massardier and Foote. The u-
, compelled to close down. All industrial when tne wreck occurred .i i nmUi of anoihw consUlatioI1 w ,h tlL. J n - owed toMelniriecemeteo,
cities and towns in this section, such as passengers, who were m the ladies coach hm. tomolTOw, and unless we discover , j wl.rL. (iepritMl in a vault.
1 Heading. Biidsboro. Norristown. Potts-, .moi.illfr car. on the north bound ! additional shortage there his defalcation ,.., J t .()CC;ion, which re-
firm iimiiiiiiitiiiiis made by the oxetiitifc.
and charges usurpation of out nortty not.
originally v.-siod in them bin the prurugn
tive is now thoiwishlvw.r.ibliHtiel tor them
b legislation and iwd for partisan pur
noses. The guvenior nmkes nuoth-T appt-ul
for cuumerutinn and .miwrtionmeni Kinl
.vjivsaneiinmenituui wmhl umpnuon.t
bly result in a cli..ii(if in the rxduical turn
nlexiim of the hgishiiure. lu thgrent
Uemocnitie lottntitt of New orK-.li'u''1,
Kiiu t hi'tc i, an aveniatf : y'r '- "'
123 AND I25 Main Street.
BBAL'S DANCING AC A3QEMX
TvIOKTHS' HALL 213 NORTH MAIN" STREET.
town, Hamburg ami smaiu-r piac-s, n-
ceive their coal over the ridding
vi'hoad and vith stoppage 1 work
at lhe mines their traile will be
cutiiely paralvzed. It is estimated th:.t
m this citv alone from 3,000 to .",,000 men
are ernploV' d in iron works wliicli are in
urgent need of coal. Of sixty-eight collei
ies in the ychitvlkill region but six are at
work. Members of Knights of Labor m
this city, while refusing to strike, have
promised the Schuylkill miners financial
supnort, the same as they are giving men
in the Lehigh region. There is a move
ment on foot anions the business men of
this end of the Fchuylkill valley to hold a
nieelimr in tins city ami unug sucn il-s
,,..; i.polril in 111,1:111!.' their escape I will not reach much over -,uuo.
trom'the ears with tiifling injuries. Just j TJie cause of the unfortunate man s
...i.wi .! iimrmnnv i Tint kimwn. Ijast ' iimvnfnll was iraiiibliiig in margins, lor
MIV1V IW.v. ... - " , ..X........-- -- r j i.,:.w, .,,..u.
uiscioseii i which lie naci a muuni. is uiiaiu-iii'
miirofl mnrn thnnnn hour to nass a given
point. It was headed by the member, of
rlie Association of Confederate Veterans,
populat ion to em h awimny urn, .. -in
eiszht Hepublkaii ccmnMts vhi h Lay
over one assembly diwinci the ayraue p..
ulatlon in each district brreli hnlfihn-
nitrhfc a hOTiule sight wa uisciusuu i which nc nau a muiua. iy i;uMUi... after which came carriages
w iien the bones ot two unfortunate-, were , opened up m tne giam imsiness, w nert i cjCJ.v an,i the inemliers of the f.wmli A
found reduced almost to ashes, buried with penchant for (hulling in options developed 1..,-1,0. 0f the Firemen's Association
the burned ears. There is absolutely noth- itself and proved his nun. Hj tI"anH,c- m " uniform and members of Km
in" b which thev can be identified, and it tions were huge, and soon so heavilj in- ro,upaIjv No. 11, of which deceased had
i.?"ni.pt!iin ivIiPt-W thp linnMare those 1vm! the firm, ot which his i.ttlier was,, , -u-ttli their steam engine
of male, female or both. I the leading spirit, that liquidation was , draped itl black, next marched 1:1 tlifjiw-
Mr. C.L. Uillcspie. ot weaver, a suiau torcea upon uiem. nw, niriu.s .,.. ....... ct.;,,0Ii, then iolloweu a eoniuiu i o.w.
near this place, viueu uie eroiis and true, ami sow,, i 'i'v". representing the vanom, oi-gauizauuun .
againasamemoeroiiiie m-iuui ii-iii.v.1 thi? cot ton-handlers, the teaniHe. ami
Co.. doing business at Millport, Umo. un- oalors ,UM lonushoresmeu, both white and
dcr his mauageiix'iit. lie w-is a s,ue.u m.croci aii m tulKregalia. with their Hags
recklast night. While digging in t ne
ruins he discovered hair attached to the
scalp of a woman. Thfi lle:li was burned
away, but long locks -are in good state of
nreservation. Almost m the same spot.
and active iianager, and under his super- f. , ' ,im!Wd in mourning. Kiuh
the l.isiness grew nun Plsl,l'' ; association marehed with tiie brs iwm
number. at.l in Ave other jfMtmmr.tu
counties having mute tliHii or district .1
population )urnl! eraiits S,W in f i
ilistrirt. , , , ,, .
Promont Cole was eleitwl speaker of tho
tbMiubly and Htary K L.n nraiidvut of
PrfTMtriM.. Jan. a Eat :mrnt in oil
toilay hue- ddoiu Iweu n.-ulM Tho
marfeet opeHtnl strung hi no -ud m
twenU-'minnteji advanowl t.v . sen
HOURS FOR CLASSES.
Ladies cevening)Monciay andTtmrsday,
Ladles (afternoon) Tuesday and Enaay,
Gentlemen (afternoon) Tuesaay aiia Friday
Gentlemen (evening) Tuesday and Fririay
Children, "Wednesdav 4 to 6 P M and Saturday
For terms, private lessons or
iddress room 5, Morris Block.
7 to 9 P M
2 to 4 P M
4 to 6 P as.
7 to 9 P M
2 to 4 P M i En
urtner particulars call upon or
CHAS. P. BBAL
THE WICHITA SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
121 EAST OA STREET.
sure to bear upon i-resmtii. v.ou.u - - . . f.( j Ir Glliebpie , Ulltn itissaid theaccrueaprontsamoumi . j f ,eral music. Mealy bad orpin- erat n.. . - -
cause him to consent to arbitration of the j. um(J j,,,, s16m,; -iother shoe has I to (XKK SueeesK-hlinaed linn, and giunb- J J t tntlaa xe0riJa.TS aud-wa hreslll. nt , shorw, hut m thU nuuiy of t . rf-n, - m
miner's strike ab least, lhe "7,e X"1 llot vet been found, neither has any account inii in margins, from which he had re-o- j , ir llIlion Tie inmates of uumuroiw seetoSfUi ,TOing to tlw ' ' ' ,!
notonlythiow- "0.C0()mineou A little lutcly kept aloof for some tm.. again a- , mIiablum, which ha.l exrjovw the ' . , , . , ,..!
ment, but SO.WO iiron workers as .vie ;.,,' (lpL. in the debris, in the same mot lured him to try and retneve w hat he h:ui , J umy of- t,M. deceased, also turned out cites. In the nMHiii.ie i
Shamokin, Pa.,, Jan.. A-J he miners 1 hair and shoes were found. Mr. lost in his earlier days. His luck was urn ! UMilerJtlM.i, guardians to the mtmherof toadxauteaud at t .d.-k .!, .n .
striked ent into el.ect thi moimng. A 1 n lc j)iL.kcd Up a letter, formlv bad. and the money that had come , M,Vl.ml bnndreI. The procession wan ,Mrte)l at H'. The -w-vn: ,U .dvnw
of the Philadelphia, and Heading com- j.1,.,, 5u a good, pb.in. ' into the firm's eofters through hi.- giH)d (ltW1 bv '200 carriages bearing pmminent t.r,.atd a great d-M of .-ri .retmru amtig
pany's colliers in this section, with n.t ft.mininelmnd, dated at bt. Augustin.Fla , management disjippeaud in the awlul citU(.nsaU(i friends of the dec-eased. Mags vcumtork and mi a -dunn tini. .ter lhn
exception or :oith Iranklin, - ol- addressed '-Dear Lula," and signed vortex. t, -m I on public and private buildings were dis 0.Mlmi the lobbv f th. . v. han jw
In addition to tiose at the Leading, loin ..r(va , There is nothing in the letter to , This caused a dissolution m the iirm. , . ;cd ,t lmlf J11Ait i-rowdr.1 with otit-iA-rs .hm-.u. u i !-..
pa;iy'- collu-rs.The miners went out a. the , iv t clue t0 the nameof the writer or and, bv the aid of friends, he bought out , i - , ' thiir deaU AIkhii th. ilu if '
Pennsylvania, owned by the I nion Coal r aim the envelope cannot be . his oartners and started m business for A TELEPHONE DECISION. ,Hideiiioiiiun pt.- died Ti. Hort" w. ,v
omiiauy, the cnteiprise. umu. - v. , , I himselt. He prospered mini awmi "- . . i i. K. ,jmige Vinton. U-11.J iuul shcMiUd t iM-mseix ,-s rubric m
ti'e.HTO' V? Invffi After the accident, search was made for iml to the fatal biick.-t-shop hcro his j . , rt ,ik dechie.l their elforU f w uiv oil I ... .-w; "
red by the Garfield Coal compain. lhc r .inj.10.vn man who was seen to uutu- monev soon disjippeareiL II le friends re- , sitting " i .....' ., kn YoitK. .. s. Ilwii-1 l-:
arrangement was entered into yy l" ' thc toilet room ot the ladies' coach on the nionstrated with him and iH-soug at nun, . lhiil telephone comnnniw u01..6 s. ....... dt(,,lllrtltin t!M. ,i ,,wrk- -n.l . -."
, son shaft. Excelsior, IhckorKiUge, tuck- h bouml train an infant before the tor the Mike of Ins wife and children, to K.j upj,ont. business were compelled by the Jirowmi Uuo rin-r m "f '" hirg.t
'ory. vamp and Lancaster toll lieis where- He was neer seen again and ; ve' up his method of speculation and ( furnish instruments at the legal ever cn there 'I .err iev .1.-. ti a
' bv the pioprietoi-s agree to xi the old "Z,1 n t to locatc , mVii pi-0vt'd futile, eoi-fine himself to legitimate business, for " swniwio ,.,.,,, . ,vilfl(i u, er of shorts ar.d t.,ev a.- Mm.
rate of wages until the strike is settled. gt mM ihat lie was unable to yvi out , hich he had splendTd qualifications Ihs rate of ?3 a month, whether they wished U, f , lt(rl r m c,rf, , , ,, fn-
i Tin. collieries idle in fchamokin gave em- - mtc (lep.irtment and was burned 'o j friends seemed him a lucrative position in J ,lo m or not? was the luisb of th dccisKjn. Tb Jrht Mr ., ,;..!. .. ' . '"
iiinvmcTd to .i.n(X) men. i 1....1. ;.. .1 ; i ;. iuitvnit tli.-it-tin-I 'i,,,i,a n hut bis uuconouerable de- .. .. . v .... .... ..nn,iru, nf ih . ...u.i. :. ....., i.nr !. s,lMr,a ,
Re-opens Monday, January 2.
Number of pupils limited to thirty.
For Circulars, Testimonials, or Persona! Inteiview, Address Either Principal, , bhould j-Vj ""0''
P. 0. Box 705.
FLINT GLASS WORKERS.
PiTTsninjG, Jan. 3. II. tellers Mckee, a
prominent Hint gla-ss manufacturer, in an
interview states that the number of firms
w hich would shut down their glass facto,
ries on account of trouble with employes,
was forty-three and the numlwr of skilled
woikmcn eninloved over S,000, to which
bones found last night are thos,- 01 tn- ; Mlrf to he in a ueai sou. u ... . ;, 1Iml,vare cnn.yHnv for a writ f , time, am! th- ..i .; t; -I"'" 'J
man and woman. The cliili 1 was proiMioiy , trouble there amine was '-- ,',,. 7'i mi damns rniuirlnK the Central Inion with the wtii ptnii .y-"" "T
with its mother and l .""lUier. its , He lHce instnunea pricr-nptU '. .-i.u Ufo..-t'.en. w '
body being buried in the debris-. ThelMi- ,,y the Straw-Boanl works in the ca- TJ Kf'a 1IIon,h. The conn reaction et...i, t 4 .. At jh
nicion giows that there are more people parity of liookkw-per. It is ranow 1 he n"s' thTdeinurrei 111 iho compari' ' .rut. tm-re was H -l.Bht !. '"-'
buried in the wreck than were extn- lorged the signature of the Portase w inw- j f'V' f ,T "iaca thHt untlt-r thettuU ! vimic. ol t I"'" " '"' "i
cated. ' board works to !mwn o tjjt ( iJj ,M!n! , fMl. I mne of lr:; .- . r the h. '
DRIVEN TO THEFT BV HUNGER, i ffS.ftff lasVlSy he w l KheUy lf t'1?.. I SiS! toW- '
Boston, Mas.., .Jan. :i.-The mostdaring , Zlbau), with check, amounting to MOO of trmni , s lurf TS k walllt . $SZ$d P5um.-. imr f Uh- -p
theft of the wm- tobedeix-itedtothecredi 01 uie sira- .mj . "7;' ' t Hl ,,r ntvml tele-1 nMiiUUivecf that .mtm- -i' "" '"l .
-,,, -c u l,.ml nmti!iiiv. elll SW W niu iuiii.-.ii. "'"--.-.., ', ....,:.. .. . I. nu.l .tmrJv n .... - "l '
millOie Ol till" """' ...i"..-j- . , f.. ..1...MOU hilt t Ull 11 BKHmWir'l Mliir nn- ,mri-.M"-. - r-j
, f, f credit of the firm, and seeureu uunu.iuj. . 1 ,
1DG-AR B. HAYMOND, Graduate University of Va.,
ARTHUR LEPJE3VRE, Graduate University of Va
-.- -'- !i
(t:- .. - -'
V A-'" 7 - A-
w ''(V.sis,, tan . x X
-. -'."aai.B"' -k, .
"v ,s--' Vv .
SW 'M'o .s
and the most distressin
ter was committed in the
liiKiiio i"" . ..- -- -, ,1 ,,,- nf creuu J
whom the shut down would inrowmu ol (tny at one 01 tne mosi. nenucm..-.. .ir"'- " the hah
emulojment. Workmen other tian uiice
I ,-u tuallv engaged in making and shaping
I -d.iss would probablv work until the stock
on hand was exhausted. It is understood
I the difficulty is to be s0hed by a coin-
mittee from thc Hint glass w orkeis associa
I tion, whose decision is to be tmal for the
I workmen in all factories
Nkw Vokk. Jan. :'. The strike among
I fiint glass workers has extended from
I western manutacturers to eastern lactones
I and men who left work in fifteen factories
I in Brooklyn. Philadelphia. New Hedford.
Hiwtm, Mini Coi-iuii'. .v 1.. raueii 10 re
K thwnslHHit the .city, at 'which wh , ..hut d,w,. , uluT
II. !..,. i.risl VflRI ill I iltT
lulr' ".""V. "",.,. -.,.. ..1 1. ,.,u.i. tin. mm r merit ot fw, c-vtiix ' nnnuiwn mmht... .-. --- - ,
thecitv. Crowds are at all times passing i,,kf sayim:: "I wisii to 111 1 uw . l- r-"'".i" .nmniiuieatioti with hII nor-i h U4ag re.!.! I .'. nrrri r
e Traveler building on State street. 0.1 received on the JM " -oil., mis de- be dai .. &&T-JShM &t mm? Th M f R3fc
wtre Alexanders Co! have an office as , ch 1 $ 'vS & W 4' tinK
,p,cie brokers. Alexander and his clerk , UkTienin he extracted lif he te lephom '"gSSfiU, Z& 3,l A. . . J, '
were startled by the crash of glass, aim on , t? Lunaua. wmen . ..- - - -ebhones hikI tpho!ek connection and cMtowfn 7f.r.ta fch- w.i ar-
turning saw a hand reaching lor some titration. . . , ., . I V: 5ltj at thefr place of businJ'rstor- ! .nUir. in llttrfMira and r
."- is J. ,,..... mi exhibition in the win-, His operations in u bucket shop in thw , fiui ""r""-'" J, " tj . manLh. The , lvrh hrt. I"h-1 iUo a bl hort m
.":. ...i,;.: nf .,f ib.. door. Alevan- rit v. where it is alleged he n.st iv ww.- "".-. "p. ."""'1 1 ir..t in thin inarkrt.
CDUlimii) 'nrw I
dercha-'d the thief and quickly caught j in the last fewj day
1 Ti,u i..o, vtni!'r ed hard anu -vie- iis suiasen ixi
ander hiul to knock him down. At the
Liuiimi tin. 1 biff L'ae his name as 1 atncrv
was nn linuetns 10
J I is ws-tiiod was to
1,.!,1.. .,, ri iniillllf-. or losings-. n -
ve-ted all his earnings Sn iork auil grain
DROV.CNED IN THE RIO GRAKDE.
1 .a Cut a kh. N. M.. Jan. 3.-On atrday
ill 'Jfllllt IT -. t v-.ri. -' . " " ,-' - ..-M.-. ..n I - - '
"-" " - , t ......,. an. iiiw riiiipnr 1.-, ucufvr llluMWto wt-n- hwj, " " . . iftat ir. .1IU:k: u xiMfU h-v i w" "wi
turn to work yesteulay or today with two . . j . Wl.lr tlmt , K wiSe ; d)mmt.ri. Uin friends say .t. wf!1 j..,. n-ra H !,, nnd
V" ,e"f, "r
LYNCHED BY NEGROES.
Chaki.E-sTov, - C, Jan. 3. A white
COKE wuKKtrUj. " d Waldrop has been lynched in
PlTTsitrKG, Jan. S.-It is stnted that the , " " - sQ
reduction made recently in t he price. u. - lynchin o tbe Wnd
coke will not affect the wages of the coke , askno j t prf
worker. It has been decidetl that the re- .r kuo 1
1 riill U3vty- -.... -. -.-. 1
THE POPE'S GOLOEM JUBILEE
Cmt v,, Jjui ". --FW 1 XIII
icokien piWle w cIhrtI in C b"g'
eteruy hi1 .SnncUy t ll Rwomn tb
Th- rr-i0" nnwni;
l except iuiia. x.i v. "',"";...--- ' was dead and that he nan iwu nmv v..... -. u, .-. w. .. ...,-Tr- - - . - ...j. . ,. ji.s i l. mirbt the oik-rhi.n on
, l.vooOmenarenowoui. rrom men. ...t.-u- , . tl from htantng was a member 01 toe i-re.i "--- nun k rfw-, --- --- i . 1 anrliHiboti
fa -turers said this afternoon that the strike , ;":jdK nred the robbery. While , nd hekl m high .neem bv those' wh o J reat.hel tbu V,1. ba,l been j wet th.- WW by toe W
1 1 .m ..: 1... .. lniiiramiinMornnn. e nt simiii-ii"'i"".",-" , f .1 ,K . .. 11; w4f :iru! chiulnui are al- . . .... ... ,. ..1 s ... , j- ..k. . ti no tbi oniwflff . '
1 mils i.Mir 111 1 11; l iifc tn '-- "--- ii. : ...w ii.ip nt run wi'iiiiiu seii'iai win- t. iii'i iikii. i-7 - - j., .- iu f?i intiuip nwiti u m. uv ihuit -- - -- "- .j '. a
; doubted thc possibility for a co iclnsio n. ' 0"Mad known him for years, hap- ,ot dkHMBicd. near Tort -eWon. Mr. Kor, who wa rfipl ,'tliw" -
The output of the country would ho do- "f1";,, in and they si,lthat Oeary SSTof the pwty. wy that WiiHi rowd i ce it i'-l I XII "1 "T" "f,-
creased by . four-fiifths by the ".'" nMin anil they believed EXTRAORDINARY CASE. mtottV river near a whirl, tvbn pa.d hrn wnl; by aii tn '"": '
strike and if it lasted twelvemonth" St. TxJCls, Jan. 3.-A dinpateh from San ? ,'Kt wa caught ,n tbe.rapW- Wil- rth. . ;( nu ' W-
.....;! . i.n. ni kiru.t'1 ; .iAf.'vrLi .il.i. i - . . -. - . . ,, i. i,.kii , . x if.nuiiHi NvrvMzw aiw. ..-.w-t . -
wmmiiii. ftr one 01 sra. it is cuumru. un " ""' k" "'"" " "v . . .. .. -.. i -. - -j w 1 ,
Antonk). Texas, gix-es an
f!alrin Pease, while blaetms m a
-''-".. . T7 ... . i
,k-. nl in nn attemot. to rerowr it wen- M-ld tn all " cM?r-. -
, w. dtownerL i-nymtX csi ih.e bv owf1" ul "J
fiio ,nr i.vinnnimrv nttracnm - t ... . 1
t.iwM ivw tint !nc nnut ami bt mhi. . . . .-,., ... . -- ,. . .. .
r-"-.- " . . . 1-. a. t. . w .-ji- . tiu 1 kuitun amv; i "
plr.La!L,Br"7a Kiw"-iai-5 oTa r0f uoo
- ' , . - t . 4 .ft f !! imnwiaiwn ci a a
i-ull bi-t Wediieadity. toncfteU oft a boon lfce body, rwt it naB, inn ""- r - .-".'."rrrru ' t,wfafr with
edynamiu.canndge. which eroded totlm. Hi--b----ffffi HSS KS
it ,.,n k Knl; rrf tJm Ttver. aad i !
low. It ha- been kartell todaf thajl WH;
A three months yam will he .opened tto Sotewesterr . Busl-
SS college pn uuesaaj "u "-- !,TirinraiiaWv. ""':,.:. 7 ",..," , ,1., idni.Trfal Justice Garvn Mia an !
Ship, arithmetic SlimvuiUiu o.- j- .... 55 - rap.ra,s ... -r- """ on tlwbodv of. t colored girl 1.! yen.
reuuciion (Krod. I be evidence uupnwiicu
1 " a half-witted farm lahorer, wno was ar- cr0wn 01 tne neaa crr -j, - , r, .. r'fV TTH Tw Um- in Octo- oH VV"'1" "' " " .
0?e?rireS "e protested his innocence but f hfe p. bw not 1. KJ J" W,UT W m9 f
,ha -ascomuiitU Hu.eye.weredroyed Not- berofthyean j .fcu .a, ta .V ?
Iwfore he pot oat of the wefl. VbMi
brorht to tbe surface it was fonnd lhat
one of his hands was blown off, tbe otlier
Xew Yok, Jaa. a-DUctie Forzcaat?
-. V M - """" . t t I
. i AiaAka' wMwm mmrtw ikhh i - -
and mar- ! w,iv mancled. ani the entire front part . . """ ?ZZZZLrijZZum ' CfwleT and Maku nad .n iaaaay
m, .., :.i:.,,i Wniifmn .r u. -Wnirfmn, ib v, nwtrlr to the 1 v- ,: . am ! th.Jhr-iii areksnt k,M lidnan. albv BHiy iOiwani.
.i -n.. ... . fniiiinTtnn 1 1 1
niia . ..c" " '?.i.i J.rfjinK- follow '..I ... ,,... ,..1 ...k , nr.l " , uA ,rrirf awov. learins ' nriiev for .W0. the tomwT harin- n iM fc-j.ft. lirtOM, llam Pratt
ul ..... ..-.,...- . :i ri;i lllrvi ittiJU .wv.., .. , (..s..... v. - -- ,".-.. - Y.. A ism iasvav ta LUJ -
the reduction 01 prices, Ui,
i,oro M-..fl not to ch.uure the
the present. They hue also decided that
the reduced price
would only be tem-
beinj; taKeu 10 jau i ' er. vi, -" wittwtanaine wese remiiMw .j..
UtjWp, thev were haltetl nvtmrty negroes ' tjm Uom not lost conactoiwoes a sraie
who sei.ed" Waldron. took him into the miotlte mce tbe accident. He ea heart 1
woods and riddled him with bullets, but , Mnverses cherfBHr and sleejs w-ll.
c,rT- onmn1I A ftSPOrtniGIltS Of ol wao- ' Jtl
AND PINE JEWEJL.RY
did not kill him.
EDGAR STEEL WORKS.
PlTTsBintG, Jan. o. Two weeks have
elapsed siuce the Edgar Thompson su-ei
works closed down for repairs. ICo scale
emnloved in the convert
,1 VT-ni ,ill. .'trid tht; me
ferent as concerns the price they will be j - yumored that ome white men
isked to worx lor in 1. iUr m"""-- Hre imnlicated in the lynching.
inction 01 i 1
i thontA some opiawe are neeejewny. 1 ne
. -v . ..r t.tu. hrAin. in- as m "
n,rtv nf unarmed white citizen went
,t.i.. r..Cpiie of Waidrop, but were ordered ,, M thnh it were laid upon a plat
away by the negroes, who then took al- gndoM with life- The pn' tna- .
15 ine wnfr " . i-.-
ana ne ivhsu tiMM- s
A BARGE SUfKS.
HtiMsx, Ark.. Jn. 8. Thfa mornhsat
sn early hoar the Simmer Gaidtoa Sr,
ootnnMnaVd by C4pt Jh - Hifler.
came into port with two kte uargr .She
nf Avprv descrlD tion. soUd silver and silver plated ware. Also a
cS4, (our own importation) goid Headed canes, m acc
everytmns usually found in a city 3ewelers stock.
Our Goods are Purchased ' Direct from Makers
At tne lowest Spot Cash figures and we offer them at very
small advances: Do not wait until tne last moment to make . selec
tMon " We wUl reserve any article desired to be delivered laf-
We respectfully request an inspection of our goods, feeling sure
of our abliity to suio everyboay.
. Edward Vail & Co. Jewelers,
145 MAIN STREET.
nyan ii-f 1wpn nffprwl a rediti
I lier cent leis than last year, but will hold
a meeting this evening for the purpo.se of
asking for an increao of from t to G per
cent. All the laborer employed around
the mill on renaii-s will be suspended to-
i dav, and on Yfednesday it is rumored all
the machinists who are now working,
alxrat seventv-five in number, will alo
nop work. Everything i very auiet, ami
it looks as though tlie mill will be idle
1 several more weeks.
' ' FIREMAN KILLED.
I Wasatah, Ind.. Jan. a A freight train
I east-bound on the Pittslairg, Fort Wayne
& Chicago railway bmke in three parts
! west of here this morning. The middle
nottion ran into the rear part andstruek a
dead encine that was bcin towoii on the
train. Gonre Hahiarson. a tiramon in
charge nj the ecsittc, wis pinned in btr
tweea the encine and tender and lmurta
AN OLD FEUD.
LlNCOLX Cesteb, Kan., Jan. 3. Pat
Clearly shot and instantly killed his neigh
bor, Dick Turner, this morning ten miles
south of this city. An eld fend was the
cause. Turner came to Cleary house and
called him out: they quarreled: Jnrai
drew a revolver anrt whxi to shock- oic.,
but the revolver mused fire. Cleary
drew his revolver and saos aim. '&)
came in town and surrendered to tbe ot-
MADE MEXICAN MINISTER.
Fo" Dc lAc Jan. , general Grahei
quieth left home on Satnrdny in n&poaHe
ta raesse from ?r!i.t S11?:
und he probahly fe in fc aluloiu J
cccsidaKd certain th he has ba toadr-
ed tho lesican xsisaion and that ne .vt.i
CHATTA500GA. Jan-3. The Tradesman
has received official reports from the corop
ttoilers of all the southern state zcz
Lonisiana, siTing the total real eitat and
persoaai property Taloation in : 183).
1,-ml JSS7. the raOnwd valuaon for
therrismia86d 1S?7, and tbe $x
levied in each Jai. The totl realty and
personality vai&aiion in Alabama. ,r
m. Kentnekr, Maryiand. Ml-Msvpi
Xorth and Sooth f 'arr.ima. TruwaA-e. i
Texas and Virrir. i - y ", i
JS.44a& iP. '"- '-. V fvy ' ,
the ftuir vet. leo 1 aw-1
n.aA rV7! S.V ?ZL ai. 1 .: lh- siisb- -.-- -.. 1
the iora m t ' e t-r -ant
Sin. The JmerMw tu ..."
c ,.- .! vrhi'.n UNfV r-Tf int
Utea ou a Iwat trom X- Hayn to Hrt
ton!. Uebmao prag nfrb.H and
wped Later 1'nUt wwif hi- I fjrt
tit rvn in th- ort ron at Hartford anl
ca to 1 '"- lrf a t-x J
- . . ' l f.11 Mr 1 -r ii ar lii nj" ufw
had been espsneflciwffeoftsenwieinwiMie , ' V he w f'wr t.a e4
on her trip btwa lentlhis and Helena, j Jj Urhwio had la hi- ?
by ranning aground 00 Sad ma- Th mmmi )hb ea.-. whb-h 't
b-rgeshad been esaminwl hy ?, him ? T THnXn? aha trC
earpnte- and everytmns wt jbwjiw n w ITT
itf5eUHT, bat neerSrie5. In wT ' wtth nte partsem.
ifcjKJrt tim. me ot , imp- (? . -
t-k. antl m an jacwoiaiy f"1" l" j FOUW0 FROZ& o ".
barie Jvunk u the b.ttoin, caOT wiUi j Ycaat. 4a. il-Edwai fe'twrt,
11 t enirr cT5M- tj . -- ,
mrch and ioa5aikn of eotst, afl
a a- - i---
. r ft
wuehv.-iil pnwe a ople kgk.
sreiiiht w mppe -o pinwi w .' "
Orkan. A far .- aeertined. thre waa
no inwtraac. An at&'tmv will b rtde
to r.aw the hrj?e. It ippd -while
forcing Uebsefrom-Jicfiaad bar her
Md-r we-o s4rtnaa- 7
SV ALLOWED COKCEKTRATED LYE
-. jTX Cstt, 1, Jaat .IjMt eveidns a
i.ic vear-Id e of Hx. hM 3lr-- W. J.
WlJur", ia ae jsinr Lw to hl j
jwri. otboklcrfabaator eovesntttrtod
- irankaJtfwOlaaWttyff't. it
v . wi owwr jtHnid, hp Us
iwsl-BifTiil.a ifcHlPlg. aOTa "'
I SSSlsBolS'St w ! s&STfora A dae StdW.
Hriwg on Um old Cmmdtt KH rd, F
T'oniptwi. N J. w S4t,;f"J T
morning to cut MwM-wi. Tfct 1
of him wiw Tsra,y lawmtits. wiva h
fMMHl h-l U a iomij H "tr m'
Udrt with Lfc fa doitr.l . t ' r
fcl ith mwJTW St vriule t fcvi
wwrk. ! ww w drUikins as-
CAU8ED BY A HOT XKJRAL.
3?jKr Bavk , Cons.. Jft- 3 -The wwU
of tfce Smaow MiMlitnt ii241
oaiedby 2 0crtd iUrsL