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SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC.
SPRlM-TIKiM O. MONDAY KVKM.NC. NOVEMIiER 3 1885
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Nov. 1 6, 1SS5. )
A people's market over run
v ith buyers. Force of sales-
nu-n entirely inadequate. A
regular luirK burl- Saturday
night Forced to pressing in
patrons to the task of waiting
upon the perfect am of cus
tomers that thronged our store.
Hundreds of people become
tired of waiting and leave to
come arother day.
eer within our time in
Springfield were we so thor
oughly over-run, almost
trampled over, as we were
last Saturday night. Huyers
seemed to come in tlocks,
men, women and children fill
ed the broad -aisles and every
available standing spot, mak
ing the store" a sea of cloth
ing, alive with anxious buyers.
Jo tne people ulio were una
ble to gain a bearing among
our corpb of salesmen, who
went away without being
served, let us say a word or
two. Come Monday, come
Tuesday, if possible, 'come
an da or evening beside
Saturday. You can see bet
ter. hear better, talk better,
buy better; it's better all
round; open evenings till 9
o'clock for your acconimoda
Overcoats are booming
suits too. Nothing makes
prices quite as low as manu
facturing the garments and
selling direct to wearers.
Nothing quite as satisfactory
as knowing belore vou enter
the store that the price asked
is the price taken, that the
goods must prove as repre
sented or you'll get the money
back, so long as the garments
are not soiled; that suspenders
are not thrown in with pants,
or overcoats with hats; that a
boy can buy as well as his
Scotch caps are below the
level of the market here or
Fur caps and ear protectors
Our trick in selling boy's
suits and overcoats, is the
trick of selling better quali
ties for less money, so the
trade comes here.
The strike on Newmarkets
and fine satin lined fur beaver
The Only Strictly Orfc Price
Clothing House of Spring
13 East High.
.1. M. ISIl'l-KMS!.
Dr. Frank G. fiunyan
im BuklKbta'a BBlMla
Marphy ! ".
i ttaoUor. lTn to tt pis nsni
KIEL IS NO MORE.
And His Rebellion Against the Govern
ment of Her Britannic Majesty
Till- IttlM-l M..l IWHli I ikt- II I, T-
tlrtitt I t lit Infill 1 liroiiuliont mi.
lulu Hiitl tlt Nnrllii-.t Tin
I . ulioii Till Moriilni;.
Toronto. N"o ember 16. A special dit-
prtrh fmm Winni-irc ta that tlie jceial
jnesencer from Ottawa jwise,! Irt Arthur
Frulsv iifMin. mi In- vaj to Kevins, bearing
tin- O.ovemor (Jeneral's warrant for the ex
ecution of Kiel toils) All preparation-! fot
the execution have hfn completed. Kleluaj
made aware four davs api that the vntenc
of the court would lie carried out on Mon
day. After the first reprieve Kiel pit it into
his head he was to he sent to the penlten-
tiAry. and his spiritual adviser could do
nothing with Mm hi-manner boconiinij In
solent but when the news was broken to
him that he must prepare for death he
sobered down. Kiel'- relatives and fnend
at St. Vital. fie miles from Winnljieg. are
en- much broVen down Hi- aced mother
liecame crazed some months aco. diirinc th
rebellion. It is lielieed now that the execu
tion will tale place.
Ottaw-s. Xovenilier 16 Alarm is felt In
official circle over re;orts pointing to re
newed disturbances In the Xorthwtnt. An
alliance has bivn formed between the vari
ous trilies In the Colcarry. Fort Mcl-con
and WihhI Mountain districts, all of which
are in want of sustenance and pro-
isjons. and the Ulackfeet, Rloods
1'iecans, Sioux. Crvi-s and others,
who have heretofore been mot de
tenulnisi enemies, have joiniil together
nml are prepariin; to destrov the ranches In
the district south of the railway as siwn at
Fprlnc o;ens. The Indians from the re-cmi
around Fort Fitt and Itattleford are already
Joininc with the trilies outh. J-ind they ar
also benur reinforce.1 b the Indians whe
cm-sol the line into the I'nitod States earlj
Inthejcir. These latterare well arml and
supplied with ammunition and are able to
supph the Tamilian Indians with what
iniinlt ions of war the? require. The risinc
will protntilv nortake the shape of an or
pininsl n-ssUince to the authorit) of the
cmerniiicnt. but will N a series iif raidi
upon the ranches for food actuall) ntviled,
and incidentally for plunder.
l.n.iNV. X. W 1. X.iv n; Uil h.i
Ihvii eontuitsl in the U.inl room of llie
ait.nli.iti mounted Hihe barnieks. 1iom-li-.idiU.irtTs'
sst is l.-.itiil on tlii'ojs'ii
pnurie thnv null wM of this citv. ever
sinei the coin lusiou of his trul hen
Julv. I he strut pin. ic of the pn-oner
vv.is Ihi.Im'm down for the Inst time jiMer
ilav when .1 lepresentative of the Assin--util
1'rcss via- HTiiuttsl to vi-it the pris.
onel ni-oiiipan of the lndi -In rilT and the
-ommaiid.iut of the uiouutiil j.illee. 'Iln
wason thei.vasioiiof the formal aiiuouiii e
nieiit that his death warrant hadarrivi-l
I'liere was a trace of Fn-iieh patois in his
aiivnt. His Kurd vv.i-s daik brown.
ne:ith truumisl. and his hair was
brushed Ii.k k tiom his hu:h
lorehe.ul. with a teinlencv to curl, in con
trast to the straight hair of his Indian pro
ceuiti r- His nose was slu;htl Koman.
and his skin dark, but not swarthv.
IH.knu' at him and witiiessini; his maii
ner. it was ,-.i.sv to discern the liilhieiuv he
lud Willi In- siple. "I Imvoonlv this."
istrikiim ins bre.u-tl. "to leave, and this 1
tendered to mv couutrv liftis-n jt-arsao.
and am vvillinc to t;ive it now "
Ills eoncludins houis. were pL-ssl in the
sole oinpauv of his spiritual advisor, win
I formed the tiiaes for him durini; tlie
i-arlv portion of tin- uuht. Kiel then laid
down and aps-ared to leei souudlv. awak
ening at an -arlv hour and acuu resiiiuiu
KM n Tl II.
Itn.iM. N. W. T.. Nov. lfi. I.ouis
Dai Id Kiel was evt-eutisl on the -niltnld at
the li.irr.uks of the iiiouuteil jsilue. miir
thistitv. for huh trea-on .iimui-I tlieljiuvu
ofdreat Itritian, at -.2:i o'chsk this liiiun
iu Mountain time.
Kiel m-riusl tiotue to prisis-l to the
si-ailold ill the same i-omosed maimer
shown the precedinc nuht when advis,-!
of his fate. Ills fai-e was full of color and
he apjH-aml to have complete si-lf-posst-v
sjou. Kesjiotidiii to the s,.riie in a
clear tone, he vvalki-l toward the place
of exts'ution. ri'jieatiiig his jiravep.
to the l.i-t iiiomeut. '1 he Imal wolds
escapincliimwere. "Merej, Je-u-. lie
died without a -trujiric.
Not to i-vi-sl tWolllV MTsoIls were pT-
nutl.-l with ii tlieisiuiiue- of tin- barracks
towitiu-ssthi eecution. and it wasi ertaiulv
IKTfoniMiI with decorum ami i l-i .it-li Ills
IkhIv was taken in charge bv thecoroner.
and the venlu t Usual to all -tate executions
THE EXILED POLES.
TI10U-.1111I-of IVopli Kxilfst t-'rom K11
11111I Ilritrn I'roiti l'ru ia.
laiMHiN. Nov. 1C. The exciteinent 111
(ermaii ovir lli-iuan k's continued en
forcement of hi-11I11 1 of exile of Kiissiau
iMih's from Fni-sia continues iinaliatiil.
ri-.it relief ouiiuitte have loin -ent to
ass-t the uiitortiinab- exih-s at I.em
lierg. r.-en. ami eraeovv. '1 In-
lehef oiiiiiiuttis. at the latter citv reiHirt
that J.oiki Foli". 111 one Kiissiau M-ttlemeiit
were reientlv ordensl to Mtlle up their
atlaiis there and ipnt Ku-sia witliout delav.
uiaioiitv of t!n-e ari- Koinan Catholu-s,
and main of them have ri-sidt-d m Kus-ia
-o long that the) have forgotten their
native language The) have all Ihs 11
iomicl!iiI to si-JI their pioH rtv
in lia-ste. and -i!.iti.m 111 favor of the
lis al ortn i.ils has taken sin-h advanl.ige of
thesittlirsth.it verv little of the projs'rtv
thus fonisl iim tlie uiarkit lias brought
mole than one-fourth of its value. To make
matters worst- Kussia has issued .111 order
prohibiting the entrj o! these exiii-s into
the czar's domain unless thev 1-111 iirovi
that tliev origiuallv vveie Imrn there.
1 111 lntilii Clin- .Mini, liv tni-rliaii ll.irs
Owli,ls 111 III- lllll is.
Nl-vi Yoim, Nov 10.- 'I he prominent
-HMitli-n which ra'iug has taki 11 in this
oouitrv is well ii-dualed liv the substantial
tin.ineul fait that during the Jij-t sea-on
tints h-adliig stabler, have unit eJot 7'.'1 111
-taki-s and pursts. 'J'hi--are the ifatieoa
stables i.Mr Fn-rre I.nllaldi. I'jlwanl Cm
nun - Kaiis.is Citv stable, and tin- Dwver
!r.r ' ItiiMiklvn stahli- Kauioas brads the
list, with s'.'4." IT orrigan s'.hi.4I"i. Dwvel
lints -Tl'.t'i Mr I.orillanl"s wen- made
with tweiitv lx horses. Mr. ( orngaiTs with
tvvi-utv-oiie. and Dtsvir Itros" with sixteen,
rin l t work done toj the n-ssstive
-t.ibl- wcie b anila. Kits- i.iinl and Miss
V.siMi.IK. Tenii . .N'ov. Ilk At mid
night ."laturilav. a baud of icgiilators toik
Xi.ih Calev and .usaii Mavlu-w. both 10!
orisl. lroui their cabin, and gave them u tet.
rilili- l-a:ilig. The mob iiiimbensl fifteen
men Alter vv.iniing Usan Mavln-w to
liavi-Tiaiv I'll) vvithoiit delav. tlie baml
r iusiii thrs- t-x-i-oiivli ts from their slo'p
and d.-livertsl to iheni lln sjuie message
tliev had given tin' woman, adding tiiat
li-ath won!. I be their jiortmu nhoiild Ihev
disregard tlie wanung. As mmii as tlinv
isiuld takf their di-parture the vvsmnu I
bule the town tarevvclL
Knj;ini-rr KIIIimI, i'irvm.iu lnjitri-il.
Iaiisu vi i.tow-.n, la., .Nov. Iti. The
Chicago and Xorthvve-teni -tock train.
making .Ti miles an hour, "truck
wild train in the Montour.v anls. Kngliuvr
Mike Hogaii. of IfciKJiiiiilfroiiitlielXli111,K,I,,,llJit.llK
ei'goi" f he stoek tram, .struck a Mvih h I
andvtd UIItsL His hreinaii was severe) I The "old smlger" comes to the front in
injured. J lo l'rojierly probabl J the exainluatioii of candidates for "weigh
60,000. I c iu the. ciutow house.
FICHTINC IN THE BALKANS.
lli.-s, ,,i i.niiui -...ill..ii ll.rn lliii.l-
I iut,lil 1! illlr.
llni.i: vnr. Nov In lter de-t'i.itt
nishtiin; i-tenla. the .suviaii troos .-cupii-l
iiyou- at K.ipnli. 'I he lossi
on U.lli sid,-, vveie heavv This vwtoiv
enaliliil the rviaiis to timi the veiv
dilhciilt anil n kv ci.ii.-eoi Di.ioiii.in li-s.
and the Itulganaiis. alter a traikint resi-i
jiue. utiesitisl to liimtz.i. wlieie.ui mi
jwirtaiit eimairi inent Is exjus tisl to t.ik
pi.ue tilaj. win. Ii will ijjoliahl.v divide tin
late ol Nona
I'liedniit ro.nl to Nina lu-ses thioiuh
l.iiibriNlainl Dragoman, but .umthei inns
liv vvav ot l'uii and turns both the diiilis ..I
r'anbnnl owl Dragoman, reaching -"lia bv
vvav ol lircsiiik. It was piolublv on the
latter road the tight viMerdaj t.ik pi.ue
lli-,l.aws Navj I- N'. 'I.
IIimikiv, Nov. Hi -Ina light with a
war vi"-el Is-longing to king TIici--luw,
reisirtisl i-tiid.iv. the lue
from the Hntl-h causl -(HI ot the
revv of the lliinueso vcs-t'I to jump ovir
lsiril. The Iliiti-li then luiaiilcii the v el
and iinsoeilisl up the river with liei. It is
n'iNiihsI that ::,IHHI Hoops ale stis kadeil at
roit Kuligoiia. vvlmh ociupic-.i lugli l
overhanging the iivti. ai
4 In rrj .liloiii- a Tin-.
NiiliHiIK, V.u. Nov. Hi. The negi".
Xoah ( lii-rrv, win. attciupli-d a iKiidisli as
sault til hiii '! e little girl Alue I'owi 11. and
then uiunliicil her in l'miie Aline loiintv
was haugtsl to a tree within a mile ot wlnn
llie ditsl was eomiiiitttst, almiit lOoilink
last night, lie lonles-od the irnue atlir
the ropt was put around his lux k.
Hi. s,,,i.,i, Ml s ii,..
I.ommin. X.iv lfi I he long ovtr-ilui
st amer .1110111.1110. ol the Am hot line, lias
tstiiiow.il into M. Muliael's bv the It.il-
1 111 -tt-.lllli 1 lllilejsllilellci.. Tile Milolil.tu
l.lt Xevv liuliNM. lului (,,-ni.a and lag
horn. She was letM.rH-d with a shall
broken, and was so 11 last on (M -.'.
l ill I.N.
I1-I1..I Mn. K.1.1.. run III.! II.
III.. Nov. Hi. -'I In faun liiuist
ot Alls-rt .loin-s was ii.iiipl telv dt-mollshts!
vcstenlav alteru.mii bv an explo-toti ol
intro-glvieiiiie stnnsl 111 tin- house, win Ii
Mi .loin's had Ist n n-iug to leim.vi oli-ti
I.iihI The lamilv
absi-nt troiu lioiiie
I in 1 .iii-.-l 13 N ilimil i-.
Fin-iii u., Nov. Hi. A Kittaiiiiing.
Ffiuisvlvania. -jnsi.il s.ijs The iublic
sih.Nil building, a thns-storj brn k ami
-tone -tnu lure, wa- entirelv de-tiovisi bv
hie last night. I.oss -aiium nisunii.ie
JO.OOO Xalunil gas is suj.jsisol to have
cau-tsl the lue.
gret tut nt Ki"p 1 ling 1'isli rie- lt-.t lit-l.
Fviiis, Nov. Hi. An Anglo-l'ientli
aglet-incut resssting the Newfouinlland
hsheiies ha- lieen signtsl 111 this ntj. l! is
regarthsl .is a satisfactory it.nijuiiinise of
the .imti.nl-. uivolvist.
srvi.t ( oll.li llllleil.
laixiniN. Nov. Hi. 'I he dailv new-jia-js
rs, in their editorials on the lhilgaro-Sei-ii.in
war. are unanimous m condi uiiiing
.N-rxiaand exjuev. great auxietv a to the
tutureot tlie li.1Ik.111-.
.iiteriiilen,l nt Xlillfr on tin- T li Kr.iph.
I.li.lrl U1-I1I l.ltirill..n.
Tht! follow ing (xiiiiiniiiiicatiou Is M-lf-ex-jilauatorv
Wk-ti n I'mon Tl 1 1 i.i: vi-ii Co 1
-l PI BVl I Mil M's ( l m t .
( IM IXX VII. O . Nov li. lss-, J
Di ill "mi: 1 notiie that some of the
nevvsias-rs i harge that the t-tern I'nioli
'Ielegraih ( o. ha-, bv 1t-.nt1.u1. greatlv di--lavisl
the lighting ot tlie citv bv the l.hs tin
Light Co.. etc.. and luanv citizens ale nnlig
naiit 011 aeisiiiut of it. 'I he (at tte elo-e-an
article w it 1 1 tlie as-ertion that the i-t-ern
I'limii Co "1-11 1 iitnte lu-t eiigiinsr of
the uiiivirse vtt." I Is-ln-ve that it the i it
ieiisof .""iringtield will -..nefiillv iiitti
gate the Ui--tioii at ts.sue their indignation,
if .111 exists, will In- turned 111 anotln-i di
rection, 'lhe telegraph wires are a- e
s'iitial to the hu-inc intcn-ts of "-jirnig-Iield
,vs tin- elistric light wiles, and
niuili more so. We have is 11
pied the soutb side of Mam stri-et
with our wne- tin thejiasttvvent.v-tive e.iri
and we think we have a jirior right over a
new -t turn r. Two t-ais ago wetsxuitsl
Isitll -lile-id M.1I1I street .nut the south -nle
if Columbia -tits-t. but at the liiie-t ol the
1 itv toimeil we o.iisoinlatisl all tints i.niti-s
ami now isiupv 011I the south si.leuf Maui
stiist through the bii-iuess jMirtioit of tin
lit. The hieitm I.iglit Co.. not conti lit
with even other stieet in the eitv.
now sis'ks to deprive lis of the
unit we ihciiiv. or to render it
-snlangiroiisth.it we will Is coiiijs-llisl to
abandon it for our own satitv. if the work
to lie done 111 the tutuit is t.url rcjiresi ntisl
li what has ahead been done. Again, it
will on! take one iole to the sip-arc nnut
to light Maui stro t at each stris't cr.-ing
fnmi the Cohiuibia street wires than tutn-it
a 111 w line of iles mi Main street If tin
( haiiipmn Lie. tri. Light o.cauii.it-iaiidtlii--uiall
ad. iitinnal cost we will donate to them
tin ililftrniie Theie misl Is- im delav in
lighting th' i-itv the injuin lion we have
sis-unsl ihs-s not jirevent the elt-clrn light
conipati finui reaihiug a single jsmit
where thev are nsiuiisl to Its-ate a lamp
Had the usual business lourtesv i xi-tmg
Istwten telegniih and ti lejihoiie ioiiii.iiui-Iss-n
obst nisi li the Chaiiiiuoii Kits trie
Light conipan there would have l.'li no
reason tor re-orting to legal uiiasiin
Ihe wolk done on Mam -tin 1 ea-t of
Limestone is simplv outragisiii- and
would not Is- tolerattsl bv am Ii legiajili 01
li'lejihiiue lompauv that has anv 11g.11.ll01
its own wellare I do not know whit
.1111. unit of taxes the LNstiie I ighl ( 0111
jiaii pa.vstheeitv of ."-pringtield. hut ven
Hue the a-sertiou that we juv double as
niuili as thev tin If tliev ale to Is- given
pcruiis-n.n too. 1 iijiv evi rv -tits t 111 tin ( it x
might we not leasonuhl tliiiu the light to
in euji one side of one stie, f
I X Iu 1 1 1:. "-iip't
Ills Mioli.lli lllrili.l.i).
iiuinls'r of his friends and relatives
siirjiriset! the venerable .Mm Mapji- at his
home. No 17 West Columbia stiist. 011 tin
is-casinn of his ninetieth lurthdav t.l iv
llhoiigh having .itt.uni-.l sin hail advaimsl
,t: Mr Majijis is a man of -iiigularlx 1 liar
mind, lie has Usii a tlose observir all hi
life and is ji.irtK-nl.il 1 xm II informed on
jolitial subjis ts, Is-mg a staiiiu h n iut
lican Ills luanv frit lids will wish him t t
iti.iuv n turns of the dav.
1 e;itlltrill III ll 1.
La-t night the jsiliieiajituitsl dim I'etth
er-011 ami juit him 111 Ii.m k on a ii.trg- t
malicioii- tle-truitiiiii of jirojs'rtv ls.i
iix vvts'ks ago lie wasihargisl bv llndgil
..iltii. . ol ill Harrison strut, with a da
tardl dtssl. Mie had louiid hi r new luiggv
hteraliv tit and -s rah InsI to puses, the
link jss'Ii-l fnuu the trts-s in In 1 vanl. ami
hertlowu Insl-ilestiovisl Featliersoii got
wiietol (lip fait that the js.In e vieie after
him and -I-Ij.jh-iI not show ing up almut
town again until la-t night.
1 he I hi lose I'lold 111.
The first of a course of live lectuies. to
be given bv tin- ( eiitial M L. ( hiirth. will
Is I'UK-da cieliing at "1 o'elis k. The Its -tine
will betleltveitsl b Dr. Kah-onnr, ot
the Fir-t J're-h.vtcriaii Chuicli. the -ubjivt
being the "Chinese Frohlem," Ai the dm -tor
was rtvenljy In California, and mail?
thorough Iuvt'tthraliuus on the Mlbiect, his
hsturewill douhtle-is bo trrr Inteie-tlmr
Eke M,'tv vt Stvh, P"clare3 War
Apiiait Bu'gpria ami MarcV.3
Jh Xl.nsrl a l.-uc I'rorUiimttnns A
tit-rto llalllr I t. !.. I l TsLa
I'Ur st llntKoiiisii Ilrtllr
1 on leu utt-s.
Disjiatches from Kelgra.le stite that Klnc;
Milan has mfoiuitsl the jsmcrs that Serxia
has di-clartsl war against Muliraria becau-e
llulgaria arbltrarilv attaekist a i Itioti
winch the Morava tlivisiou of the Kings
trisijis held in "n-rvian terrltor njijsi-ite the
King Milan lia-also issued a j.ris-lama-mation
vvhicli is in substance as follows;
N"ivia cannot allow llulgaria. which has al
re.ul prove. I a hard neighbor, to disturb
the htl nice of jsiwer ill the Halkans to her
ext Iiisive advantage. He then alludes to
whathecills the uiou-tifiatilu Iliilginan
cusionisilutv on the frontier, the unlawful
semiie of Hregrove and the 1 ii-niiragenient
by llulgaria of the libels condemned for
high tri-ason. (King Milan here n-feis
jirobablv to Peko Favnlovich, the lit r7i
govnian chief, and Fashieo, Uie Servian
K nil al leader, wlio were exjielltsl by King
Milan from tlie MvUjitchma. Copies of rev
olntionar piis-lamallons signetl b these
men ami distribiittsl throughout Sen la
were rts?entlv found b Smian emigrant-,
and the latter claiuiisl tiiat the were
ilis-eiiiinale.1 bv the revolut onits under
llulgarian jirolection. This llulgaria denietl,
claiuung that the men were many miles dis
tant from the ."-email frontier, intrenched
lu a fortiess. King Mil in also alludes to
alleged ill treatment of I-ervtan emigrants In
Itnlgiria. the blockade of the frontier by
Itulg in 1. and alleged attacks b Hulcirlan
xoluntis'rs on the :-eri lan eopIe and troojis.
In ronclu-ion the King sav- "I cannot
Miffer these intentional provi nation-, and I
therefore r..l tpt the jsilic orojs'n ho-tihtv,
which has Iks-ii forctsl ujon me bj Ilul
gina. N rv la's just cau- now rests tin the
arbllriment ..1 arm-, the braver of hir
linn and the jirotts-tion of the Alinight.
1 rely ujnm mv jssijile's patrioti-m."
It i-othciall announcisl that a force of
Hiilgarian. on Tlmrstl 1 attacked a bod of
N-rxians near VI i-ma. The S-rviiUs re-I
turned the tire Ten Hulgirians, killed or
woundisl, were left on N-rvian terntur--Pevcril
of tlie S-rvnns wire vvoiiudtsl. In
constsuence of the attatk of tlie Itulganans '
the Cabinet on Friday decided to declare
N'rxian troojis have capturisl Tru and oc
cu.itsl the heights.
'1 he ssTMan annv cro-sod the llulgarian
frontier at one o'clock Satunlav morning in
three divi-inns, at Ssarlbrod, Klls-ura and
Hregova. The met w ith 110 resistance in
cros-mg Miar ligntlng occurrcil at 1 ni
oil the Vlasina road, and at Kii-tendil.
Man were killed and wounded on both
Miles. The llulgarian- rt treated at all
jsenLs. The whole Servian army is now in
The varum-force-of Perviaarc as fob
lows: Field aim CO.'Js- men. wlthdti
gun-; reserve formation-, l.,,'-"ii men. with '
34 gun-: reserve annv or landvvchr. .VJ, JTO
men. with ISO gnus laudstniin. 4'i.lKK). or a ,
tot.il of 170,412 otlicer- and men. and 4IS
rims. The infantn is aimed with the
Mau-er rilles, improved b Majir I-covano- j
vitch. which is of a calibre of HI IS mill i
meters. The artdler is xariou-lv armed
with iniizile-lnuler. and Krupp guns. The 1
total c.sxalt force included in the about
iuiiuIkts 4.(100 men. 'I he llulgarian neld '
army consists of -J4.000 infantry. 1,400 I
cavalry, two regiments mid one csin- i
pan of artillei, 'J.340 men; a battalion ol
eiiglnetis, MK) men: a detai linient of tram.
V.OOO men: and a force of gen.liniiene. j
1,000 men. or a total force of ..J, ."go men.
with 104 gutis. 'I he lufautr is armed with
Rfnian rules, and the Intteries liave Krupji
guns and gun- of thelate-t K11 'an j'lttern.
The re-eive force con- -t-of 24.0011 '1 heie
are also twelve battalions of land-tnim of
1 '00 men tach. or T.'.'OO men. making a total
force of TiO.OOO men. There i- no want of
anus, but there is -oarcel a -uthcient !
funv of cavalr" and artiller. Tlie cavalry
iitiinber 1.500 men 'I he scarcity of otheers
since maiiv of the Kus-ian otlicer- retunusj
home i- also a serious matter
Frince Alexander is an able and energetic
soldier. The Ka-teni Hiiiuelian annv 10m-jiri-cs
IS.224 men of lhe fir-t lev, 1'i.tsii of
the vcond. -'I 107 of the reserve, and :i 4JJ
mt 11 of the ai live resene. linking a total of
Ol.O'O men. The-number of otheers availa
ble is altogtthtr out of j.routloii to tlie
iiuinls'r of men. There is no -s?arcit of
arms, as tlieie aie almt o.ooo Kruka,
T.OOO llenlaii anilti.OOtl Martmi-Henr rilles
in tlie j.rov uue- The aitiller consists of
four guns. The llulgarian ar-enal- at
liitstcliuk and Kt-gra.l coiiti'ii a g.ssl -uji-jl
of arms, uniform- and isiuipment.-. The
ar-euil at Kii-tcliuk is turning out tlu.OOO
li.Milm t-aitiidges jsr lax iu addition to
nmmiiuition for artiller.
The jM-ivian ami is marching in threii
divisions on Situ, titiu-ral Ilorvatovitch
couimaiids tlie It ft wing lencral Ia"liginea
the right, and King Milan then nter Tlie
xv ho'e force Is exjss-ltsl to concentrate at
N1I1.1 on Xovemls-r 'ii. The loads are cov
eied with snow, letarding the juogre ol
the annv .
The N-rvian division marching from Fin I
direct on Nilia will jirobablv have the Iir-1
decisive baltle of the war to d iv. when they
ure exjss ttsl to reach the tlitllt nit and ris ky
gorge of the Dragoman D. tile, vvheiu a
luuulsT of Iiulgari in battal.oii- have Iss'n
(oncentrated and where a -land ma tw
Tlie declaration of war b King Milan
aga n-t llulgaria mid the actual Is-giiinlng
tif Im-tililies engige the m.liviiiiiil attention
of tin jssiple. and vet it is next to mio-i-ble
to get .111 r li ilile news from llulgaria.
owing to tlie exj.ulsioii of m.wt of the ue-s
eru-"sudei.t- mil the dittieiiitv the itli-rs
have of getting Iheii di-jatihe- forwarded
to telegMph othees.
NUM. Novemls-r 10. The follow mg has
just Itts-n issinsl li the liovemment: "The
S-eman- having iuvadtsl llulgaria near
T-aribnsi ls-fore tltx'l.iring war, llulgaria
has thi-nlcd t iijihoid the national t-au-e by
all the means at In r di-jsi-.il " lnt.'ii-' ex
citeinent inevails Active jirejiaratioiis aie
being made to defend the it A number
of heav guns aie ls-ing mounted in avail
able jsi-ilion- cumin tinting the dilTeiinl
road- lead ng to the citx
l'rim-e Alex tinier, in an older of the da
to the iil'iet rs and 11111 of his ami, -uv-"Kuig
Mnati ha-ihx'lansl war against us
aiirt Ins or.lt its! the S-rv 11.11 arm to invade
Bulgaria. Our Perv Ian brethren, hi-tead ol
assisting us, wish to rum our country.
Show voul courage now. and defend your
motheis wives, si-ters and homes! Fur-uti
and annihilate the coward!, treacherous
etiein! Lt t "1 ornard' 1' our battle cry,
hrctliifu. and urn (io-1 aid us and grant us ,
Nn 1 v, NoveuilH-r 10 Frui'-e Alexander
has returned here from Fhilijijsjpulis llu
univisl at ten o'clis'k xesterdi innriiini; '
and was rixeivi-i with tl.t ijrciitest enthusi
asm b thou-and-of jssiple. who crowded,
the street-and cheered theinsilves hoarse.
The llulgarian Government has formally
letitIoned tlie NilUn to assi-t in rejiellim;
Servian invasion of llulgarian territory.
Olio of the grounds ujkui vvhith the is'tlllmi
i ba-ssl is tiiat Serv ia admits and pretend
to re-jstt the rights of Turkc in llulgaria.
I.iMiv, November 10 Servians havo
cajitiinml the tovviif of Adlich-kula and Tru,
after brief hand-to-liand lighting.
The nr Fans ili-pxtch say thn
French budget -hows a deficit of a inilliatt
The Sfoinhiri? -av-: "The llame of wai
tins bts-ii kindltil in tlio llalkiu-. We ts-n
the Ix'ginnlng, but no human IntelhgeiKt;
can jnetend to set the Urn ts of Its area ot
fort sis" the mtensit of the fire "
The Iktlly 7't tajmili's Vienna special
Kis that in con-ettie'ice of tlie masscre at
Khd-cti h of nve Mussulman a rising agaiu-l
the llulgarhns U Imtniiieiit.
TI16 llulgarian troo are suffering greatly
from cold, especially by night, because of
Inadequate clothing and blankets.
The Jlonnon- uie making wonderful
jirogre-s iu thn Saiitlvylcli !sland. The
have a congregation of 4,000 converts in
Oa'jua, and Urge numbers In otlier places.
THE CALVESTON FIRE.
flnttnras (,.nerHllv ICe-umeil 4Tmpsth7
of h sul.i,t)iitUI Plutinctrr l'urlnK In
Oaivimun. lex. November 16. The
weather Is sjiring like and warm, and busi
ms generallv ha- Iss-n resunnsl. The
store- are ojs n, but the i-lt has a holiday
air about it. F.s.ple are moving quietly
about with verv sail faces. Several thou
sand peoj.le eiiiistantlv vi-it the burnt dis
trict, and -mall -moldering fires are still seen
heir and there The tire department Is
tearing down tlie dangerous clilmuevs and
clearing the streets In the vicinit. The re
liefjCOiniinttis's are active! at work, and
ever joor, liouieless tannh has lieen coiu
forkililv but tepijaimril -heltiireil. Tele
grams of svtnj'athv- and aid continue to ar
rlv4 Governor Inland sent a"nn. the city
of lpeni-on -."o. -mil even Fsrgo. D. T,
telijrr.lj.hs r,tl The jssijile of Dallxs. Fort
Atth. u-tiii Nin nton!o. lion-ton, ami
othfer nlies aie -t liilmg iinvatecoutrlbutiuns
to infortuii ite frieiitls.
.lo-eph F11 In er. editor of the New-York
II i-hJ. wire- hi- svmiiit'i ami otfers altl.
to vfhlch Ma irFuItou re-jsiudisl a follows:
Hoi Jni.ph Pulii7 r
'lj re"jtoii-e to oiiir h 11I1I5 appreclntrd
tl sstth I het to -av while weitr not-ollc-,t
is? oul'dt-h .1 si'nill not fnrlhc iire-ent
rjiit anj coiitrihut on- vo'untarlv tinif
I"ifd It I. fi i.tov Xlayor
'Ihis rep'y 111a be -aid to rellect tlio
Crucful seutiut'it- of the jsnile.
T?he corrts-tisl li-t ju-t completed shows
thai the total insurance 1- "M.OOO.Wll. The
folvivving coui-inies are addisl to the list
jireliou-l teb grajihtsl: .Ktna. of Ilart
foril, S"4 ". Xiagara. of New York, ?.!0,
Oofl; II.irtfi.nl .ii.!)W. North llritlsh Mer
catijlle, of lamiloiL c'is,')00. National, of
Hartfonl. 14.4i'. Fli.rniv. of Hartford,
M.JOO. Williamsburg Citv. of New York.
.C0,9W: Fun in. of New Zeiland. S3.000;
Sjulngfield Fire A Marine, of Massachusetts,
P OOll! nennnms of Wu X'ort 'ino-
Callfonila, of "-an Francisco. Sl.onn- total
TCOflltlHl t".tr.ls -tVTll ITX- nrm mit.ti r. '
Jsirteti. S-'H1 7'".
Tlie amount credited to the I'hirnix As
siirnnce Coiiijiinv, of Hartfonl. in Satur
day's dispatch, should have been alloteil to
thej'lni'iux. of Loudon
In theceiitieof the burned district a single
house is standing No cau-e can Is assigned
forlts eseajs' Two men were found 011 the
strtet his. n-ble from ejoure. but re
tov"nsl at the ho-jiital An unknown man
was found dead in a wagon Ills
death 1- attr t.utt tl to heart disease.
Mitsrinducisl b excitement. Frank A.
Deijk a (oii'iunptive, expited wh'le lieing
leinovtsl from a burning liou-e. Numerous
othsr ea-ii idles isvurreil, and there were
inaiy immvv t-eajs-s. One lady pre
niaturi'lv gav.- birth to a child, and will
prohiblv die The tire seems to have
originated fiom the furnace of a boiler in
the car works, although there artt vague
hints that it might Inve been incendiary.
EXPLOSION IN A MINE.
A Box ttf (limit l'w tier Klplmlei In
Silver Xllne Ten M-n Ivllle.l.
Dknxtiu Col.. Novemlier 10. A Pilvei
Clltf sjiecial sajsan explosion of a box of
giant jsivvder In the Imil r roim of the Hull
Domingo mine Frida 1 veiling set lire to the
building, and in ten minutes the entire
shaft house and hoisting work- were burned,
to the ground
Sujerinteuilent Foss, of the Hull Domingo
mine, was not injured bv tlie exjilo-ion a4
was at fir-t -ujjss,sl. The engineer and
several other- in tlie lu1II.I111-.it lhe time of
the exiilosion were slightly injured, but
noru serum-l. Ail dibris has lieen re
fnilvetl from aioinid the mouth of thrhifi
and tli- tire 111 the -haft timbers near the
The follow nig men are in the mine- Con
Nourse. II Westfall. Klmer Hei-ter. D W.
l'atttin, N" Degro lii'r. M 1 ,.i xntit. John
Ijiuls. (.tsirge Smith, WUI11111 Stiong, -M.
Foieman Arm-lrong wxs let down to the
.'.Ml f.i 1. vel and found ten men. all dead.
Five of tl.im had clitiilMsle'ghteenfivt from
the Isittom of the -haft to tin- drift and their
dead bod es were found 111 the mouth of tlie
drifL The other nv had tilts at their
drill-In the face of tin drift. Three of tlio
dead men leave families here. One was en
gaged to Iieluirned next week.
T he ."-iijs-rintendent w ts not Injured and
much indignation 1- felttoward-him. There
1- strong talk of ivnching b indignant
liimers who ac 11-e bun of crimunl negli
gent e In keej.mg giant jHivvder In the boiler
room. It -ccuis now that llie lire originated
in tin r.xif of the building, ami a jsirtion of
the burning r.sif fell into the Isnier room on
the jiowd'r, vvliieh exjihsle.1, bursting a hole
Into the bo iler and di-locating the machin
ery -o that even thing -toipd at once, but
the nien could have lieen .liawu ftom the
mine if the mat Inner could have been kejit
Notwithstanding the building was on fire,
no one w.us senoii-ly inlurt-l by the exiilo
sion. but the engineer and several others
stunned and bruised Kngimer Chamber
lam was standing at his engine trvlng to
make it work when -unmiudei! b llames
and was carried aw a b fiece of friends,
llundnslsot citizens of Silvt r Clitl. Kosita
and Querida vvorkisl all night and all day
endcavothig to te-cue the ininers, and hun
dreds hel's d to gi t the bodies out of the ininix
Kvervtlnng was done h 1. unl. The sad
calamltv ha- ca-t a gl.min over the conunu
nlt sucli a- wa- never known N'fore.
THE PACIFIC ISLANDS.
An Important lllpL.tiisrle xi,e to Mernra
Wv-iilNOTox, Nnvemlier 10. All Imjsir
tatit diplomatic move to s-eure the neutral
It of tlie islands of the Facifle. -o far ax
they are now iks-uji cd b tlie continental
jsivvers. is 011 foot which contemplates a
disiegard of Sjiiin- claims of -overeigntv
overall of tin- i-land- ujsin which !i
lias not e-tabp-hisl and malntauusl
her colon e- Kegarding this an nj.por
tune titne. 111 view of the apprel en-ions
caused I i-t summer bv the Cainlmes atfair,
Hawaiian aiitlnirilies have latch directed
the Hawaiian Mnu-ter to tin- country to
projto-e a plan to the United States, Kn
gland. Franis-, Holland. Germsn and Sjiatn
for tlie settlement of this ijue-tion. It Is
that the Sandwich Islands, winch jsisses
great Influent e 111 tlie other groups, be al
lowed to -end a coinmis-ion to unite them
In local representative governments,
whoso integrity shall lie gmranteed
bv the jsiwer-. Tlie contracting jiowers
would then si nil Consuls to the
i-laiids to jimt.st their rt-ect ve intere-ts.
In this vvav the l-iainl- will bo kej.t forever
os'iieil to comment' and neutral man wars
tint in. iv In reader ari-e. The scheme, as
outlined has heen the subject of several
1011-iill.iiioiis Ktwis'ii Minister Carien and
Sis-ret ii ll.1v.1nl. Tlie hillt r 1 eartily en-ilor-es
it Armed with th s t iiilor-ement.
Minister Caneii will -ni fur Furiij on a
nils-ion to the nation- inentniiied. He has
laid the matter tief..re tlie Mint-tors at
W.i-liington of the countries nauitsl, and in
ever 1.1-e tl eiraii-wr-h.ivebeeii fnvurable,
A lp-ra! sntnte!.
lavtisviilP, Kv , X'.ivi'iiiIht IU Alf.
Little, camsl il e Iliealhitt Count di-sjsTa-do.
wa- Sati r.lav seiilenttsl 111 the Flutetl
State- C t tor - xtteii v.-ir- on the chargf
of foigmg in-on IMpeis ami o-toIhc
ordei- I 11 le 1-ikiw foitv hvu vear- old,
and is crislitetl w th tlie inuriier of fourteen
men. lletore he pa. lied the ago of iniin
htsl he kll'isl one of Ins plai mates. Latei
he liiuiden .1 tints' brother-. Once when
l.i--ing a - ck m in's house, the devil tooii
jsi 1 ion ot I: in. and he entered the sicli
chamber, drugged the invalid out nf beil,
and kit V.-l him to d .ith A 5 em or so a gi
llie 111 litia had to be oldens! out to supjiresi
Prisoners IC-Ie-ril I tt Moll.
Omxiiv. November 10. During tin
heavy snow storm and blizzard last Tlturwla
night, a jiarty of desieradoe attaoketl tlie
vvontlen jail at Valentino and re!eaeil acovv.--boy
called "Frenchy," wjio was confinei!
for the bmtal murder of a Cheny Cotintj
hoiiK-steader. At the tame time a Siom
Iinlian pri-oucr named rrairieClucken, win
had committed rajie on a xvhite school teach
c jatuiu Uisj ecae, BotUjre still at largo
The President Will 80011 Havs Els An
nual Message Ready for
Kl-rblcf Jtistlrr X'lnornt. of Xw Mrtlco,
(iltes Itt!lt-t! Acetiunt nf hi
Aljlntiiint Rml nspii.
ion Ctltil Notes.
the PKEsnibvr pin-PAitiNo nis xif.ssace.
WAsiiisiniiv, Xovember 10. It Is un-
!trstil tiiat the l'r--lleut has made con
siderable progress with hi annual message
to Congress Farts of it. Is saliL have been
copitsl on a tpe writer and revised, and In
the main it will be rtady for the printer In
a week or ten das" tune. Commercial trado
with foreign countries, the steamship sub
sidy question and new vessels for the navy
are questions to w loch considerable space in
It will he devoted.
Sergeant at-Arm- icclnm has returnod to
Washington from his home In Ohio. Mr.
Leedum. from the a-suranceshehas received
from a number of Congressmen, feels confi
dent of his re-election as Sergeant-at-Arms
of the House.
Judge Durham. First Comptroller of the
Treasury, has divided that each United
States Mar-hal is entitled to Compensation
amounting to SO, 000 a ear. provided that
the fts-s of his oilice amount to that sum
after pa ing his deputies and all other office
exjs'iise-. Demty Marshals, he decidoi.
are entitle! to three-fourths of their earn
ings after deducting nix-essary expenses In
curred in Hie discharge of their .lutlei
Tlie Siinda fiiilMI eterday, sjieaklng
of diplnmstic matters sas- The Senate
will mitts' Nithered with any reclj.rocity
treaties this winter, as the administration is
dead agaui-t them Mr llxyard has care
fnllv tucked MinisjYr Foster's SjianNh treaty
awav Iu a jiigenn-holc, where it will lie, al
lowed to he js'rin inentlv. Congressman
Towiisheiul, of Illinois, sjs-nt several hours
with the I're-nlent vek before last urging
the adoption of his jilan for customs union
between the American rejiublics, under
winch there would Is free trade among tne
nations of this henu-phere. and pmbably
the Fre-ldeut will give the scheme some at
tention, but 1 do not believe he will recom
mend it. The Viciragita Can il treaty will
he renew etl with some iinalificatlon. -o as to
recognize the rights of Costa Hica. and the
route lias bs'ii somewhat changed as the
result of Uie last sunt' by Mr. MenocaL
Tlie tli-eovt rv lias Iss-n made at the State
Dejiartment tint Mr Charles Foster, of In
dlanajsilis, who ha- taken the oath of office
and sailed for Kurris lo enter Usin hia
duties as Consul at LTls-rlield, Germany, wai
not a citi7en of tlie Fuited States when he
took his oath, and lh.it it will Is necessary
to recall him It ajis'ars that Mr. Foster!
naturalization dates mil) from November 1,
lss and that when he ttsik the oath ol
oflice was not a citizen of the I'nitetl States.
Tin Chief of the Hureau of Statistics re
ports the total value of the domestic cattl
and hogs as follows- October, 15, S6,
U0S.00S; October, 1-S4, ST.4s7,OfO. Ten
months ended October 31. lss.x, STr.hW,.
074: for IsM. ST7.Ut4.RM; bisf and jHirk
prislutts, twelve mouths einltsl October St,
Issx, Ssrt.tsi2,o-rt: ft- lss4 Ss3,4iis,21s
dairy j.rislucts, six months entiisl Octobei
31, ls-x. S7.VI7.4j7 for I-s. Sjo.0-7 457.
Tlie Stvrttarv of War ha.- ordcretl FirM
Lieutenant George L Converse, Jr.. son ol
tlie ex meinlsT of Congress from Ohio, tc
ujiearat Fort Iaiivenworth before the Ile
tiring Htiard to -.v If he is eligible to b
jilsee.1 ojs.n tlie retill- 1W. Ho was se
verely wounded lit an engagement with In
dians In New Jlexu-s a few earsago, and
ha- never fully .ecoiercd from tha effects ol
The sale .if some jin.js'rt In the West
Knd belonging to the Garheld Ho-jiltal As
sociation, which w ts annoiineeil in the-e
d spatches a few davs ago, has since bs?n
concliiihsl, mm .I11I111 It. McLean, of the
Cincinnati r'nninr. is now owner. He
owns two or tlme otlier piecsof jirojiertv
in llie same squire The money was ad
xanci-1 b h s father. Wash Mclean. It b
stattsl that the father and son now own be
tvvts-n them SI 1100 011O worth of real estate
in tins citv. Mr MeLein. r . hiving StliO..
000 Investfsl, ami Mr McLean. Jr . WOO 000
On tlie 7th of this month before leaving
the fit, ex-Chiif Justice Vim ent, of New
Mexico, sent to Fri-idt-nt Cleveland a lette:
giving a detailed account of the circum
stanies connected with his apjHii.itment and
sjisjs-nsu.n from tlie othce of Chief Justice
of that Ternlor. He stated that he had
not -ollcibsl the ajijsuntment, but while lie
was absent from Xt w Mex'eoon a tr ji to
KiirojH. the bar of the F rst Judical District
of tlieTeintorv rts-oiiiuieiultsl his appoint
ment and the Delegate from the Territory
came to Washington with others to urge his
ajijioiutuifh', lb- had no knowledge of the
rautenflus -uspens on when informed by
telegraj.h of that fact. He telegraphed the
Attoriie General for n statement uf tlie
cli irges against him, hut no rtsn- vvai
rtremsl He ' hen risiies!isl a hearing lie
fore action was taken ujsin the ajijiolut
inent of lu siiise-sor, then being no neces
nt for liasie, as then would Is no court
held 111 the di-tnet for ten weeks from that
time. Not being able to learn the cause of
the suss-iisioii, lie .rot ceded to Wellington
for tlie piirjsi-etif an interview He was
permitted to ex inline all the jias'rs on hie,
and from an Interview with tlie Secretar of
the Interior and the Attorne) General and
the jiajs'rs on tile, he I.-inied that there was
nothing chargisl against him. exis'jithis aj
ointiiient of stejilien W. Dorse as a Jury
CommissiiiiiiT for Coltax County. He
statetl that tlie adiiiiui-trition was of th
ojiiiiiou. vvheii his sii-jssision was ordered,
that tlie Colfax Count Court had jurisdic
tion of a general business, and e-ioeially of
suit- that might ari-e under the hind laws
of the Fluted State- This he showed was
a mistake: tl.it thecourt had hojurisdictlon
whatever of uiy-iit thff could arise under
the laws of the Fnitts! States;
its busine-s was purely of a local
nature He then explained, in
detail the reasons wheh induced him to
appoint Mr Dors. When he ojiened court
III that coiintv theie were 100 criminal cases
on the do ket and tlie grand jur found 100
otlier indiitinent- during the term A law
less condition of oci. tv hid existed in that
district for some tore, requiting on two oc
casions Fnittsl "-tales troojis to be sent from
Fort Union Tlie piinciji.il trouble had
grown out of ditfi'iences between cattle and
sheep men. e.u h lontentting for exclusive
right and use of the range. .Mr. Dor-ey was
a I irge cattle owner and one of the wealth
iest men 111 tin- count. He had lieen active
as a is-acein iker lietvveen the contending
parties of herders, K U'h of tho-e factions
feared the asceiid.u.cv of the other In tlm
juries of the court and it was mij-irt.iiit to.
jvre-erve the Mfui ijiio which had beeu
stxrurtsl irnc!tallv through Mr. Dorse)1
efforts, lie was advised by the Attorney
Genera! of the Terrltor) and prominent citi
zens that Mr Dor-ev's .ipimiiitiiient would
liavea ver) sati-factorv etf-ct on those 1 on
tending fact on-and tend tr. the preservation
of tlio j ae ai.n good order of society.
Judge mi-cut state- "In ajijsiintlng
Mr Dorset it did not nvtir to uie that the
fact would have any etfeet ujim National
jvollllcs or the general jH-,ticies or jour a.
nilnistration. Tins view of tlio eae neref
euteie.1 niy uilnd. The jin-nerv atlon nf the.
peace and good uider of the community wai
He 4.1)8 that no otlier mutlve actuatetl
Mm and that it Is cruel to attribute an) dls.
honest jiurisi-e to him In that connection;
that since h's susmi-lon every lavv)er inhl-t
district has ietitiontsi the Fresuletit for his
restoration and that also theclerg) of I-ai
Vegas liave uuaiiliiioii-ly united in a request
for In- re-torit on to oltice. lie says Ida
susjiisioii Is a blow at the indejitintenee of
the jndiciar); that the fran.fis of the Con
stitution had luotlded a life tenure for
Judges, tfi enable them to decide the laws
without fear of removal. He appeals to the
President to give a emhing Investigation
to his conduct, whether as a citizen or
Judge, through agents ot his own choosing
and after such Investigation, If he should bo
satisfied aa he must be that he has been true.
to the sacred trust confided to hhn, he wll
do him the justice which he alone can de
and which his sense of justice and fair ikai
lug will dictate
The siege ot j.easaiit weather has en
abled the larmer- to devote -iifl lent to .
Ut tin con.!. 11 to iii m-t ot tue (tan
liu-ktsl, ami l1 iiijui pnt- of tin coiui'v
the corn and fodder have been safeh .to--'
away for winter f. 11I Tin' nip is an 1
usiiall) large one in all urtx of the i.niiitt
the ield ranging from -ixt) to out- huimr -bu-ht.1-
s-r a.-re. The great major ti .
fanner- "cut ill" theli mill. an. I aft
liu-knig haul tht fodder t. tlie 1.. -1 ,
-ta. k it a.- t i fr i.i u . -.
and cattle, m-teut 01 1, .- ,,t
it oil of the tlt'IiL as wa.s d .lit exliu-i.
until within the just f v . n- in Uu ,
of Ohio. Arr.11g.111.it- 1. ' . .,,
toerts-t a gram w:i'ehou-i if " d. 1 .
tlou. on the I. It .V W l: IC gl 1 11
west of the tit). hen ttu- load ias
built tht- Siivders uitendeU to inakt mi
grant, as well. 1.-a j..L-- ig. 1 -1 1 . 1, n ,
their intentions nevtr m it. r ill il xj.
Will. Iaiwery has lateh innlert iken th.
j.iojis't, hasonleretl theinmis-r. mil ( n,,
1 arraugeil for the t-rts 1 ,., ,1 1!,. i,n,
111 tue uieaiuuiie ne 1. inij'n, iM 1 r . i ,
corn at 11ns jsiiut and shi.j.in n a- t i-t a
lie can. He has quite a lot of .-in hen- :
closed iu rail cribs or js-iis awaiiing ir- ti
Its .shljuiieut. A- -iii as the warehoti-e -
completed he will handle all kiicLs ..I tI , ,
ami iloubtle-s do a genera. ...i mn i..u
lillslness. Alniut -event 11. 1 s.n-
iiicluding tlie pupils of Hethel towtishij
high sehool. atteiiil.i! the le. t ire uii,
".Malilliioth Cave,"delivenslatOliv. IJrun h
U-t Frida) niglit b) Hon. I. D Hrown
t-omiuissloner of couuiioii -s. Ins ,-. Mt
liniwii jirefacisl his listure with 1 -hort 1
siiiiieof what is N-ing d.me in tlieisluca
lional held throughout the state tlwiPn
e-juciall) 111K111 tow n-hiji high fs-lu.s ami
uieir imjsirtancu. There are about tiftv
lOVVIlsfllp luglt scll.s.lslll the el-l.lv .1 ..,
counties In tlie state, ami almut one-h i:f"f
mat nuiulieror towiishiji supennteii I. nt
e.njilo)etl. This is a new i!e.arture in lh
histor) of the iiiiint) seinait- m Ohio
will Issome a js-rmaiieui v in ', ,
proportion to the abilit) "at 1 ,
of those istiijiing th
lions of pnucijialof tlit-e high si l,. ,1
siijienntendent- of the various p. -' ,.
Tlie utiveltv will sisiti tlis.iiji,:u ani !
It Imtli tlie high Ct lusil ami tin -ujm nil . -l
C). unless fir, men ,,re at the -tan.iai.l -.
Jiress their merit-and ileiimu-tnite hv .-,.f
works tlieir light to exi-t sium,i
leitures ami eJiteiUiniin-nts ine Ue.i
rangtsl lor the coming winter at uh .
llraiuh. Mr IlrowiideliviTtsI tht hi-ili-,
Friday nicht. K s. ( ox of Foii-moMn
O . will Intuit iijmiii "Litenitnr. ' lb
will Im tollovvis! b) a mil-. al ami literal v
entertaii.iiieiit als.ut the liolnlav- law
nii7e(ireiiii.iii. of Oxford, tome- next wth
A lecture entitled "Cniinli- from a " Mt -Havers.uk'
F . II, Mver-s of c.,,g,
Hill, Ohio, d.'liveis the last let tin.- ..1 the
tourse: siilni.i iro-sfie n.I--" m.,'
an elocution irv entt rtaiiituent will . ...-eth.
series. Hith i town-li '. lu-'h -. ho .: n.n.
has all euiolliiii ut ol U'lw . Mi. .'-1,1
pujul-, and new student- 1. -i l.a ,,
week, fjicot.ragiug n-i : .
of the di-tn. t school-. .
"Institute" and 'nadiiig . t. ', '
ing done in 1 .- Mun-hip
Nkvv OAKIi-ir. N..v. 10. State s,-I,,kiI
comiuissioner. Hon I, D. Hrow n. ha, Is-ep
sieiidiiig a few ...... a.i...n the sihoo.s ot
till-tow n-ltij. He a'-. vi-it.d ;!u -,:, !
111 our town, ami 1 ul.- an address m th.
'ugh -vim! oiir'11 nt. wine' v.
highl) aj.jirwlaud b) all j,re-ut.
llie conn i mi r 1- Is. 1 1K.1..I
ill the workm- . f tin .0. tiv -. h..!s, of
thi- state, than anv of his i.nv!.is,iv
from tlie fact that he visits them and iaxs
parti.-iilar-ittu.ta- thwu cjt i. - WV
ma look 111 his n, t nu.ual itj.i iyr - mn
interesting deie'o limits in this .lue. i.-n.
His Inilueiice in the legi-.ature this winter
will no doubt Im lt.lt on tin- -i...i..
He ni.rt- the sth.sds m i-tu! t. . .-'
as Is Ing in tin-front rank in tne -tale II,
delivered a lector at the ti'iv. B.-1 . '
-clnsil liou-e Frida uhjhtou tht M 1111 u 11,
V.ic " w hah was '..ig il) inteie-tiiigai ti ..
atteiitletl. Mi J. nine Hugh- . .
111.1 O . ha-eoine to Mi .1 Mob'. ' t
live. Sin will att"inl -elio. here this win
ter. Mr. and Mr-. I. J Meniada area
Miuicie In!., attt-uding the fuui nil of tht n
uncle. Peter Mmk.
Nkvv Ci:i i-i i:. Nov. If..- Dr VanClev.
pastor of the M. K. ehiiii-h. preaehetl ne o'
a -t no of -.1111. m.-oii the -ubleet Ilea. 1 1 '
vt-sterda) at 11 o'lhs-k. IU- -ubjet I k- 1.1.
hut lie treated it in -11. ! a fr. -h ami th. 1
ough manner that it -t.-niid mw Ju-t
N-fole the stnnoii he ailinini-ti r
the sacrtsl rite of lujilism to ti.t
voting ladle-, and one xm ng jen lein.in
The reverential inanner in wh 1 h thed t.
eng-agi's in all these cereiuonifs make- tin 111
ver) impressive. JJi- wold- mil -.len.11
mien will be rcinemnred in this commiin
tv long after he i i;oiie. His enur. li h is a
live working Sabbath school of a!ii t two
uumlrtsl meiiilier.. Tin- art omit- for tin
pio-js'rit) of the thur. Ii 111 a mea-uie.
Ke K. Dan-, of Fitt-tiel.L Ft. vvi
jireichiii the l"re-bteri.ui rlnm h act'
next Sabbath lnoriiing nli.l eveninj Ii.
jireaclitsl two sertutiits hen. two w.s-ks tgo
winch are reuit.inut.-retl .i being tspui I
nix vni.ou- jmaclnsl in this ilmr. 1
for it long while. Mr. Dav -has
jire-.it lied all the time on
jilats- sinte he left college, and now is an
ajijilitant tor tills vacant Jiuljut. -Mr-
r.llis, ot lellovv Sjinugs. will ileliver
tems'raiicc 1-s'ture in tlie Christian chn
next SabUith eveiutig. In the moniPi. -will
pre.uh in the alsive thurcli. D 1
Cor) is fum -liiiig our eitizi 11s vv ,t
class turke)- for Thank-giving.
A new town 111 llu 1.1 ha- I-en name'
New ork. 111 honor of the A ln.T..i.
All I.iw 1 nun has a large collection .1.
Iivesiiake- which he otTer. to -ell for ,
rents .1 f.sit.
n iron jiler. S.IW fts't in length, is be
ing built at Hoston. It will Im the longest
in the world.
Tlie ex;ennieiital test at tlie in w Mount
Olivet en 111.it. ir on lamg l-l.oi.l wh- an
The French government is considering
(he praiticabilil) ot allowing the -".her-So
A jilant ha- 'ireu ill- en ' 1 1 utra'
111er1c-a from vv h . I real 1 1 iUm
will siMin be made.
llo-tou exquisite have t - . 1. - -1 ivtsl
is well a-their fat T :- n u-iiu-jsirtisl
A new gold Held .,ir - I - .veretl in
rasiuauia. ai! advent . - are disking
tliere fioyi nil j.art-
Out of the 4 0.HI..HHI hog- examined in
German) l.i-t ir . 000 wti t uinl t be
uifcittsl with tu. In'i n-
TI1rifC11l1.u1 to - having -tiuhtsl jihar
inarv iu New Yt'r h-iv e opeueti a fashion
able drug store in Hav.uia.
Four great men who have moved the
world were Isirii this mouth Mohomcl.
Luther, N lull, r tinl t.olil-iuitli.
Suiallliox h.i- 1 10 cd the Niagara river
all 1 broken out in loiiawa.id.i. X Y. Thi
ll 1- c ati-ed a -mall p.tin. in ItutTalo
Arrangeiut-nt- an Ih-iiu, mad ti e-ubli-h
a great St otch tolonv in Florida to t-iig.u
111 aglnulture and fnut growing.
Denver i--aid to l erowdttl v th vou -men
-eeking work 1 Uilv utoiwih!' -
standaii) chance for rt-1 iving enil... nun'
h.kt is said to l tl 1 largest -tit-r 111 t! .
world i- mt exlrbition 111 I hi.-uo. lt
weighs 4. JjU poll 1 1 1- ami 1-t iglittt-11 It CI
An col tl frtt long wa-recent'v t il;n
fiom tlie Missis-iiiji nver at Mtuiphi- It-
skin was stutfitl and jilaeul hi a lox.il mu
scum as a curiosit).
Sugar U strongly risxiiumendtsl as an .11
tide of diet for cattle. Thev art. -.ml t.
fatten quickly iijhiii it, and it iiujiroves tm
llav or of the lleslu
The smallest cow in the United State Is
owned In Madison, Wis. She ,b 34 inches
high, weiglis 345 poundi, and giro Utice
gallous of milk ilalij-. '
BBUCE. ittUK & CO..
8oys' and Children's
Our boys' and .ciiiidreo'a cloth
ing is a constant suriirtee, 6ven te
our oldest and coit customers.
Mothers cf beys would cartalriy
noi.atiempt to purthaiethair Doys'
and chi'j-!','s ctcMunQ elsewhere,
if thsj.knev. iuv posit'valy cheap
A-e're selling t'-.em You should
know that we keep al! sorta of
good clothing for children, tli
shapes, sizes and stvlas are here,
for Verk-fJsy, Play-day. School
lay and Sunday. We will quote t
fbw of cur spaca' prices for this
CHIL0?eiS SUITS, $2.50,
$3.00. S3 50,54 0CS5.00.S6.00,
$8.00, SI0.03, in plain or pleat
ed bloust'5 Also a tiiil line of
33.00 S4 00 o5.00,S7.00,
BOYS' SUKS. $4.00, $5.00,
$6.00, $9 00, SIO.GO.
B'-YS' OVERCOATS, $3.50,
54.00, $5.00, up to $16.00.
0EKTS' FURNISHING G00DS-
Al! the latest noveliies of the sea
son. BRUCE. HMIK & CO..
mmi mm m mmm,
17 and i: IHsh M. ami Arcade.
HALLE1T AND DAVIS,
Tlie triunipluirniii-icil mechanism,
WILCOX AND WHITE
rroni.iincil hj the hst jndifeH a.
tlie Imtriuneiil out t.nlj of llio
irei'nt, n l tin fi.lurw. Ira
Iittm i.t ;u ;; ha- rebelled tlie
N. d EAMILT0N & CO..
, I I Vsl II I STItl.l.l.
At a Great Sacrifice.
ioth r'-i t ' 'ii I'T-tur r ta-ip; at
n-'i mil . .it.,, imoci. Fine
Still saline at ;:c. $-J and 2.50.
noaiitLsai 4:ic ami . '.c.
KID GLOVES rCLEANED
ti tuts )n-riilr.
PAL L A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
I ATI-: T CASES,
M)M('IT0R Oi' l'A TEXTS.
R.it.m -. AhhiIh Jtinl.linu.
Adjustable Chair Co.,
Manager fur Sprina,-'
i. o. t:ux ss.
Rocker, with Au omatic Foot-rest.
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MB. C. S. WUliaai 23 Ssst i!ah Strct
lrri ftocksrand Ret,rr
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