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VOL. XVIII. NO.
We Are Selling
Those special ijvl? CLEVELANDS
faster thnu we can get them.
Expect another lot of oighl next
next week and six of those are
sold. The greatest bargain ever
shown in this city. Hotter let
us have your order at once.
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.
103 Salem avenue s. w.
t GO TO SEE t
l MR. FRED. SCHADE j
and the other crack bicycle riders
? Lake and Driving Park, S
jj October I and 2, i
P but in the meantime don't forget
5 to call on us for STERLING SIL- ?
VER NOVELTIES and SOUVE?
NIRS, DIAMONDS and WED?
Man ufacturlug Jowelor und
?? Optician, ' -
I 6 SALEM AVE.
Agency Columbia aud Hartford,
In our West Window you ?will see a
sample line of the School BagHSve have
on hand. We are going to soil the en?
tire lot REGARDLESS OF COST. Here
is an opportunity for you to get a good
School Dag cheap
THE FISHBURN CO.,
10 Campbell avenue. ?
Everrtkiua in the School Line.
Out; slightly used upright
piano, full size, good as new;
sold one year ago for $350;
now $225 on easy payments
One good second-hand Knabe
Square Piano, $50.00?easy
(iood, slightly-used organ,
Call while we have these bar?
gains. It will pay you.
J. E. ROGERS &, CO.,
No. 11 5. Jefterson street.
Jimmie Michael, on his Union
Racer, defeated Lesna, the
great Swiss rider, Wed?
nesday, September 15, and
established a new world's
record for twenty miles.
RIDE A UNION.
ENGLEBY & BRQ. GO
A WEALTHY WANDERER.
Heir to n Large Fortune an Outcast in
St. LouU Mo., Sept. SO.?Peter Cham?
pion, a refugee in the Central Home
Rest, Is not n tram a, nit hough he whs
admitted as one. Instead, he is a gen?
tleman of means aud the heir to a com?
fortable f ot tune.
The superintendent, wrote to his rela?
tives io tho Fatherland, telline of Cham?
pion's woe'begone condition nod asking
that he be assisted in returning to his
old homo in D?sseldorf," Germany.
A reply was received to-day, which
stated that Peter's relatives had been
searching for him for' three years anil that
he was one of the heir" of a large e'ftnte,
bis share being .000,0(10 marks. \Vith
the letter came a draft for 1.100 marks,
and the wanderer was started on his way
homo this afternoon.
TO OPPOSE M'LEAN.
Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 30.?-Gen. A. J.
Warnor has .mthoi i/.ed the announcement
that he will ho a candidate for Unitel
State*- Senator in opposition to John R.
THIS WRATH Kit.
Forecast for Virginia: Fair; allght'y
waimer; southwest nlnda.
The Day Proves to be a Record
Breaker in New Orleans.
A ?AD AND MOST SENSATIONAL
CASE SENT OUT FROM THAT
CITY?VARIOUS REASONS GIVEN
FOR THE SPREAD OF THE DIS?
EASE, BUT THE PRINCIPAL ONE
IS THAT THE WEATHER HA 3
TURNED WARMER-A STRICT
Nc? Orleans, Sept. 30. -To dny has
been a record breaker in the number ot
new eases of yellow fever reported, while
tlie deaths equalled those of any day
since tliu yellow fever was first discovered
in the city. Thfcrt are various reasons
given for the spread off the disease, but
the principal ones are two, that the
weather turned wanner again, and ow?
ing to the much larger Held to covet, the
board of health has had some difficulty
in getting every house as closely guarded
as was possible whc" tho cas?s were, few
in nunihei and the trained officials n'
the board were stationed about 1 he quar?
antined houses. The fact that the death
rate has-been small and tlie chances of
an epidemic have been growing con?
stantly les-t, have made the general pub?
lic somewhat enreless and there ha? been
increasing friction between the quaran?
tined people and the authorities. Im?
prisoned inmates of houses have been go?
ing over back fences and sneaking out <t
side doors in order not to be confined,
and the result has been that mote gcrnih
.have been scattered and rapidly devel?
oped by then' warm days.
in no other season have the authorities
been more sfrict of quarantining [houses
und isolating inmates, who must [he
around tho sick, and tho result has been
that every possible effoi t is being made
by certain elements of the community to
get the belt ??r of the board. Tlie increased
number of cases here has caused no gen?
eral alarm, because the increase of deaths
lias not beert in "proportion. The death
rate is a trille under 12 per cent., whec.
Ovo or six (fays ago it was shown to be
above I?. The conclusion, therefore, is
natural th'nt there is no increase in the
malignity of the disea?e. The authorities
hero still believe that for some time lon?
ger the ne'y? cases will occasionally exceed
the number on the hooks today, but
the/ are singularly one In tho opinion
that the di.ehftRe cannot attain the propoi
ticus of nit epidemic. This was tlie rec?
ord to-day: Deaths, 8; now cases, 23.
Among tlie new cases reported to-day
is Ravenel Smith, a member of a well-to
do family. Five, cases appeared on .Tack
son avenue, one of the fashionable streets
of the city. Most of the patients re?
ported as ill to-day uro of tlie better class.
Late this evening three cases were re?
port cd by Dr. Separed in the Sisters of
Christian Charity Couvent, and earlier
in the day one appeared *n the Poydtas
Asylum, so that there are. four or live
charitable institutions that have had to
report cnses in tlie past four or five days.
The saddesi and most sensational case
reported to-day was that of Mrs. Jennie
Alford, who was: stricken with the fever
yesterday. Edward A. Reppaid, her sun?
n-law, greatly terroii/.ed, immediately
packed his grip and went north, leaving
his wife to attend her mother in a strange
city. Mrs. Alford died this morning and
was burled in two hours. Her daughter
is prost rated.
THE HOPE AT NEW YORK.
Making Preparations to Land the Big
Now York, Kept. 00.?Lieut. Peary's
bark Hope was made tn-t to a dock here
this afternoon. Peary was at the dock
when the Hope arrired. He and several
of his friends at once went aboard.
On tlie Hope were several Esquimos,
clad in the summer garb of the Artie re?
gions, the Cape York meteorite, sledges
and a pack of Esqhilho dogs.
Tho Hone will remain on exhibition at
the docl" for two days, after which- she
will anchor at 'he Brooklyn navy vard,
?here the big 100 ton meteorite will be
removed from the vessel Mr. Peary said
the Arctic, exhibits were for the American
Museum of Natural History and that
they will be prepared for exhibition by
CRAZED BY HER LOSS.
Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. d0.?Melancholy
over tlie death of her husband, who had
been her companion since her youth Mrs.
Angelina Brown committed suicide, to?
day by hnnging [herself in front of her
daughter's residence. No 70 James
street. She was 00 years old.
THE REPORTS UNTRUE.
? Richmond, Va . Sept. 00.?The sensa?
tional reports which have been sent from
Buckingham county describing the. lynch?
ing of a white woman named Fnlla by
negroes proves. Uoon investiKHtion, to lie
entirely untrue. There has beeu no such
occurrence in this Slate.
HOG OR HUMAN?
Fate of Luetgert Seems to Rest on a
Chicago, Sept- 00.?Hog or human:'
Tluit is the issno in tho Luetgert case at
present, and according to the view of the
chkh adopted by the jury, Is tlie fate of
the defeuent likely to be. Tho defense
proved to-day that the hone which Dr.
Horsey, the osetologist of the Columbian
Museum, declared was the femur of a
woman, is nothing but the bone of a hog.
Tho witness who declared this is Dr. W.
H. Allport, professor of anatomy In the
North Western University. Prof. J. A.
Welsener gave evidence in support of Dr.
Riese's testimony in connection with the
experiments with human bodies made in
the vats in Luetgert's factory.
LNOKE, VA., F?la
THREE TONS OF GOLD.
A Klondike Steamer Said to be
Returning With It,
Port Townsend, Wash , Sept. 30. The
United States revenue^cuttor Grant, Cap
tnin Mungei, has arrived from Unalaska
with advices from St. Michael's. The
steamer Hertha arrived at Unalaska Sep?
tember 12 and reported two inches of
snow at St. Michael's.
Mayor Wood's party had their boat
nearly completed for Bailing up the Yu?
kon, am' expected to leave St. Michael's.
They will no no farther than Munook
Creek, where there are plenty of supplies
for tho winter. There will be big ciowds
of returning miners ou the Steamer Poit
land, and it is ^estimated .that she will
bring three tous of gold.
Aboard tho (5rant were Captain Peters
and crew, in all nine men, of the schooner
Huonenie, which left Seattle Auimst 15
for St. Michael's with tho lumber for
building boats for the Yukon river. On
tho night of September 7,during a dense
fog. the llueneme went ashore on Unlak
Island. All on board escaped to land by
menus of life lines. Eight davs later
the captain took three men in small
boats and started for Unalaska. After
pulling three days the} were picked up
by the steamer Dora and tal en to Una?
laska, where they w rre transferred to the
cutter Grant. The first day out from
Unalaska two sailors were drowned by
being washed overboard.
If you want cheap, off grade
groceries, don't call on ST. CLAIM
BROS. They sell ONLY THE
BEST. ST. CLAIR BROS.,
C. F. BLOUNT, Manager,
'Phone 111. Ill Joflerson s trete.
Oakland Mineral Water delivered
at 10 cents a gallon. On tap free.
BOSTON WINS THE PENNANT.
The Struggle Between the Leaders
at an End.
At Brooklyn?Brooklyn, 3 runs, 7 hits,
3 errors. Boston, 12 runs, 10 hits, 0 er?
rors. Batteiies: Dunn and Burrell;
Klobedanz and Bergon.
At Baltimore? Baltimore, *3 runs, 8
hits, 5 errors. Washington, 9 runs, 1ft
hits, 3 errors. Batteries: Pond and
liobinson; Mercer and McGulre.
At New York?New Yorlc, 0 runs, 13
bits, 2 errors. Philadelphia, 5 runs, 8
hits, 4 errors. Batteries: Seymour and
Warner; Wheeler and Boyle.
There were no other games scheduled
Standiso op the Clubs, w l PCt
Bo'ton. 03 38 710
Baltimore. 80 30 095
New York. 83 47 030
Cincinnati. 74 55 574
Cleveland. 60 50 530
Washington. 00 70 401
Brooklyn. 00 71 458
Pittsburg. 57 72 -142
Chicago.*07 73 438
Philadelphia. 54 77 412
Louisville. 51 77 308
St. Louis. 20 100 225
GREEK CABINET MAY RESIGN
Several of the Ministers Are', Un w'lling
to Remain in Power Longer.
London, Sept. 30.?Tho * correspondent
of the Times at Athens, says: "It is
generally .believed that tho government
will resign at the sitting of the Boule.
In any caj.e, several of tho ministers are
unwilling to remain in power. On the
other hand it is believed that a Dalyannis
?ministry will no! be accepted by King
George aim the nation at the present
moment. Hence M. Bnlll, 'tho premier,
hopes to retain power, In which case the
cabinet will have to be nltnost entirely
' It is expected that the Chamber will
accept tho peace treaty unanimously,
i uhlie excitement on tho question hav?
GOT A BULLET, NOT MONEY.
Nervy Woman Huckster Drives Off a
Higbwayniau With a Shot.
Lancaster, Pa., Sept. 30.?Mrs. A. J.
Kaufl'mau, of Columbia, who is a huck?
ster, was returning home last night,
when a man sprang troni the roadside at
a point about a mile fron. Columbia, and
grasping the horse's bridle, demanded
her cash. She replied that i,he was a
poor woman and had none, whereupon
the man said ho knew she was ft huck?
ster and had the day's'proeeeds with her.
The fellow then attempted to climb
upon hor wagon, when she drew a pistol
air1 Ored. The man staggered hack, ex?
claiming, "Oh, my God!" and Mrs. Kauff
man drove off No further trace of tlie
man has been found.
FIVE PLAYERS TRANSFERRED.
Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 30.?To-day De
Haas Robisou and Patsy Tebeau, presi?
dent and manager respectively of the
Cleveland baseball team, came here and
ft deal was consummated with Owner
Strobel, cf the local team, for tho trnns
fer of five players to the Spiders. 1 he
men who were bought, by Robison were
Kelb and Blue, ?pitchers"; Myers, first
baseman, and Glikes, center fielder.
They aro the cream ol the^Toledo team.
It is understood that $4,000 was the
fVY, OCTOBER 1. U
It Has Been Referred to the Attor?
THE RICHMOND ^CASE IS A TEST
ONE?SO SAYS CIVIL SERVICE
COMMISSIONER PROCTOR, AND
HE FURTHER ADDS THAT UNTIL
A 'DECISION IS REACHED ALL
APPOINTMENTS ARE MADE AT
THE COLLECTOR'S RISK.
Wasbinuton, D. C, Sent. 30.? The
contention between Colonel Brady, of
Richmond, and tho civil service 'commis?
sion over the appointment of deputy col?
lectors is to be settled by Attorney-Gen?
eral McKeuna soon after his return to
Washington. Collector Brady's vigor
ohs and elaborate statement in support
of bis action in the case of recent appoint?
ments, add re Sited to Secretary Cage, was
to day referred to the Attorney-General,
witb a request for n construction of sec?
tion 8148, Revised Statutes, which, Co'
onet Brady insists, plainly authorizes the
collector to appoint his deputies. Is
section 8148, approved .Tune 30. 1801, re?
pealed by the civil service act is the
question submitted to the Attorney-Gen?
eral for his opinion. Acting-Attorney
General Boy1 is 'preparing tho opinion,
but In the absence of the Attorney-Gen?
era' declines to talk ?hont tho matter.
However, as the recent opinion of Judge
Cox. in tbe Woods case, followed the
brief submitted by the Assistant Attor?
ney-General, tho inference Is strong that,
tho opinion in the Brady ense will sus?
tain th^ collector's position, that the act
of .Tune BO, 1864, and the civil service act
are not repugnaut to each other.
Tho Brady case. Civil Service Commis?
sioner Proctor said to-day, is n test ease,
anil if the opinion of the Attorney-Gen?
eral is adverse to the commission's con?
struction of the law, it will be left to the
President to enforce his own rule in his
o-vn way. Secretary Doyle was sent to
Richmond to make a personal investiga?
tion, with a view of presenting tho "ques?
tion involved fully and intelligently to
Secretary Gaue. He is expected to return
here Saturday'or Monday, when his re?
port will bo submitted to the comm'ssion
ers. The matter will then be submitted
to Secretnry Gage, an*' subsequently to
the President. When the President and
Attorney-General return on Friday, as
it is now understood they will, the accu?
mulation of business will prevent uu im?
mediate consideration of tho matter, and
it may hung lire until after tho fall elec?
In the meantime, it is the understand?
ing In thu Treasury Department that all
appointments in theinterual revenue ser?
vice ifo made at tho risk of tho collector.
The comptroller of the treasury, it is
said, on seemingly good authority, will
not approve accounts where the legality
of appointments made by collectors is
raised. From every 'collection district
where collectors have been appointed by
the present administration there is a long
list of daily com plaints from storekeepers
and guagers who invoke the aid of the
civil service commission agaiust illegal
removals. The commission, said one of
the commissioners to-day, would be kept,
busy answering these cases alone, and
an early conclusion in the Brady case is
not only desirahle. but important. No
love is ,'ost between tho Attorney-Goner
al's office and the civil service commis
nion. It 19 an irrepressible conflict, and
the Presdient alone can adjust it.
Believing in the honesty of President
McKinley's declaration iu 1890, when, in
a speech in the House of Representatives
ho said, "If tho Republican party of this
country is pledged to any one thing more
than another, it is to the maintenance
of the civil service law and its eflicient
execution, and not only that, but to its
enlargement and further application to
the public service," the civil service com?
mission has confidently forced tho issue,
and the Attorney-General must now de?
l-id's with .lodge Cox that tho President's
order of August llthis in violation of
tho civil service law or sustain the com?
mission's construction of the lav.]
RATES MAY BE CUT.''
London, Sept. 81).?It is reported here
that the cable rates to America will be
cut as scon as the two new cables be?
tween tho French and \ho Massachusetts
coast ar? opened for business, which, it
is expected, wil1 be in about a fortnight.
No Reference Made to thu Princioles
Enunciated at Chicago.
Convention Hall, New York, Sept. 30.
--Tho platform adopted to-night by ram
many Hall Democrats deuounces tho
prodigality, hypocricy and inotllciency of
the city's administration for the past
three years; favors homo rule; condemns
the Raines liquor law and domahds its
repeal; denounces unlawful arrests; op?
poses trusts; favors dollar gas, rapid
transit and other reforms and has a spec?
ial labor plank.
No reference whatever is mnde to the
Chicauo platform, which shows David
B. Hill's fine Italian hand. This all
mean.* that Henry George will remain in
Judge R. A. Van Wyck was nomina?
ted for mayor and Byrd S. Color, Brook?
lyn, for comptroller.
Bicycle races Friday and Saturday,
3:30 p. in. sharp.
A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.
Webster City, Iowa, Sent. 30. ?A very
destructive Ore is raging in Emmett
county and is sweepiugeverythinu before
it. It is estimated that over 12,000 tons
of hay have already- been burned and a
largo number of dwellings have boon de?
FRESH TAFFY, all kinds at CA?
WASHINGTON'S BIG FIRE.
Street Railway Company Lost |
Washington, Sept. 30.? Eire brcke out
iu tho central power stntion of the Capi?
tal Traction Company it few minutes be?
fore 11 o'clock last night, and in a half
hour the magnificent six-story structure
was doomed. The building occupied the
entire block [from Pennsylvania avenue
to C street and fiom Tkirteen-and-a half
to Fourteenth street.
The blaze started on the southwest cor?
ner, and despite the efforts of the entire
fire department, swept like wind through
the enurmous building. The bent was so
intense ?hut the men were driven from
the adjacent street. When it'becaine evi?
dent that no elTorts could save the power
station, the department turner! its atten?
tion to the .adjoining property, but tho
ilaim's leaped across Fourteenth street
on the west to a big livery stable and
then across Thirteen aud-n-balf street on
the east and attacked a row of three
story brick residences.
So fearful was tho heat that the fire?
men could not get within reach of the
burning buildings. They were driven
back foot by foot until the streams from
the hose pipes could not reach the tire.
The entire lire department was on the
scene, but so tierce was the coutlagration
that their ellorts were futile.
The house was built four years ago. It
is six stories in height, and besides cou
taing the power plant of tho Pennsylva?
nia avenue lines of the Capital Traction
Com pa ty. is occupied by do/.ens'ot offices.
Tlie walls began to fall by 12 o'clock anil
with the decreasing heat the men were
enable 1 to get to work on the adjoining
property. Several houses were gutted.
At this hour it is impossible to state
tho loss. Approximately it will be
about $400,000 on the building, about
$300,000 on machinery and stored cats,
while the loss sustained by tenants will
amount to $200.000 more, making the to?
tal damage $1,000,000.
This afternoon firemen are still work?
ing ovoi the ruins of the Capital Traction
Company's power house, which was
burned last ntoht. Nothing remains of
tho massive six story structure except a
part of the two side walls. Tho fire was
one of the largest ever known in Wash?
ington. The exact cause remains un?
known, though it Is established that tho
fire started in Gettinge's printing olllce
on tho second floor.
The 'fraction Company lost over $000,
000. The company carried about $300,
000 insurance. They will erect auothor
building immediately. Horse cars were
put into service to-day.
A number of buildings in tue immedi?
ate vicinity suffered from the llorco blaze,
the largest loser being Charles Wader
who?e carriage factory and contents rvero
damaged to the extent of $20,000 with
SOME KLONDIKE NEWS.
San Francisco, Sept. H().--Tho tug
Richard Holyoke arrived this morning at
Port Townsend from St. Michael's. The
people at the latter place are preparing
tinir homes for the winter. Many who
have gone up the river have located at
Miuook Creek instead of Dnwson, as
there is plenty of food at the former
plaeo. On the way up the Holyoke aban?
doned her to.v, the schooner Bryant, and
nothing has since been seeu of her. The
cutter Hear has been ordered to remain
ntSt. Michael's to maintain order until
the arrival of troops. She will then pro?
ceed to the seal islands to convey a gov?
ernment surveying party from Seattle.
Don't inius the bicycle races Friday and
Batup'ay at Lako and Driving Park.
FIGHT ON THE PENINSULA
WTUlainshurg, Va., Sept. 30.?(Spe?
cial)?Delegatesjfrom the Peuinaula cone- j
tics met here to-day to nominate a Dem?
ocratic condhlato for the house of del- |
egates. After considerable wrangle
as to who should le admitted to tlie ball, I
the delegates split. One set renomlnnted
T. T. Powell, of Newport News, and the
other put up .1 F. Hubbnrd, of York
county. Both conventions claimed to be
Co cut and seo Schade and Kelms,
ypbampion bicycle riders of the South.
POLICE ON THE ALERT.
Chicago, Sept. 30.?Chief of Police
Kipiev to-day issued a general order com
manding every member of the police de?
partment to hold himself in readiness
until further orders [for a call to im
tneSlate duty in case tho street car strike
is declared. Three hundred employes of
the street car company held a meeting
hist night and decided to stick to their
posts und it. is said there will be. no
Take your girl to see the bicycle races
Friday and Saturday.
JAPAN BUYS VESSELS.
San Francisjo, Sept. 30.?Advices from
Japan.by the steamship Doric state that
the mikado's kingdom has purchased tho
two armored cruisers which tlie Arm?
strongs were building for Chili. Tho
South American republic was unable to
pav for tho vessels. The cruisers nra ?,
000-toii vessels and designed to make a
speed of 21 knots.
A NATIONAL JUNKET.
Washington, Sept. 30. ? Admiral
Walker, president of the Nicaragua Canal
Commission, had an interview with Sec?
retary Long this afternoon, at which it
was arranged that the now gunboat New?
port should cany the members of the
commission and their assistants to Cen?
KILLED BY A COOK.
Springfield, Ohio. Sept. 80 ?Robert
Reed, of this city, was murdered In the
kitchen of Hotel Deckel, at Dayton, to?
day by a German pastry cook, who ran n
knife clear through Heed.
Coal and Wood
Barman & Furro,
108 Sn'.em nve. s. w.
PRICE 3 CENTS
THEJ. A. L.
Mr. Thomas F. Ryan and His Plans
For a Scoop.:
HK CONFERS WITH THE STOCK?
HOLDERS AND OTHERS AT NOR?
FOLK ? WILL THE POOL BE
BBOKEN OR IS THE SOUTIIEBN
RAILWAY COMPANY BEHIND
HIM*?OPINION IS DIVIDF.D AS TO
WHAT 1 HE OUTCOME OF THE
FIGHT WILL BE.
Norfolk, Va., Sept. 80.?Thomas F.
Ryan, thu New York capitalist, who has
become famous in his efforts to contiol
the Seaboard Air Line system of rail?
ways,"und who since be was thwarted at
the las' annual meeting of the company
has been untiring in his efforts to oust
the present management, is now making
strenuous efforts to so shape*his plans
that he will control the annual meuting
which is called for October 5th and
scoop the property he has so long coveted.
Accompanied by Henry Crawford, the
noted New York lawyer, and F. M. Col
aten, a banker of the same city, he arrived
here this morning, and all day 'ong wns
closeted with 1). Lawrence Groner, an
i attorney of this city, who represents the
syndicate here. Numerous conferences
were also held during the day M-ith sev?
eral stockholders of the Benboard Air
The owner'of a large clock of stock
represented in the pool, which is all that
now holds the syndicate in cheek, nnd
which they are endeavoring to break, was
In conference with the New Yorkers.
The gentlemen all declined to say any?
thing for publication. It is thought in
railway circles here, however, that tho
efforts of tho syndicate will be directed
toward a disintegtation of the pool of
stock, which now stands a soli'' barrier
against their obtaining control.
In transportation and flunnc'nl circles
opinion is divided as to what the outcome
of the fight will be, but tho general Im?
pression is that, unless the Injunction
recently g-unted against the syndicate
Portsmouth is dissolved, Mr. Ryan
will fllid tho voting of his present hold?
ings of Seaboard stock a difficult matter.
The Seaboard people seem confident that
tho pool will withstand the attack of tho
syndicate. They claim that the Bouhern
railway is liehlnd* Mr. Ryan, and that
by the transfer of tho control of tho Sea?
board they hopo to obtain a monopoly of
southern traffic. Mr. Ryan and party left
for tho North this even'ng.
It' you arc looking Tor a rare
hiiHlncsa opportunity in the
Khnpc of* a nell-estanlislacd
grocery buMluesM, best Htuml
and best, trade ia the eity,a?t
drcss, at once, by letter, E1>I
TOR. this of lice.
Rome. Sept. 80.?Tho new cruiser.
Emanuele Flliberto, was launched at Cas
tel a Maro, on the Ray of Naples, to-day,
amid thu greatest enthusiasm on tho
part of an immense gathering of people.
Tin' new ship has n tnuuugn of 11,750 ia
805 feet long, and 7!) feet wide. She will
be lit ted with an exceptionally powerful
See Schade and Nelms ride Friday and
Saturday, 8:80 p. in., at Lake au?J Driv?
NEW LORD MAYOR.
London, Sept. 30.--The corporation of
tho city of London to day elected Liou
tenaut Colonel Horatio David Davles,
member of parliament for Chatham anil
aldei man for Blshopsgate, lord mayor of
London, (?? succeed tho Right Honorable
Sir George F. Faudel Phillips, Rart., the
present incumbent. Tho election was
London, Sept. 31. --The presence oi tht
Bishops o( Iowa and Cairo is the. feature
of tho English Church conference, which
is now in session at Nottingham. The
Bishop of Caito, at this morning's sit?
ting of thu congress, narrated tho history
of t tie American prayer book before a
highly interested audience.
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