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NO NO4 4 WASHINGTON D C THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1906TWELVE PAGES ONE TE CENT
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fimielSilviera ia nuel nilel Silvi m ll lland viera la Leaves Le aves yesava Havana Havanaand la lafand a
fand and lll1er6tIleOlew Thep PJiereTthe a the Clew Ends Endspr EndsCebaUorr
pr ai Ceballos CebnlIofJ k d Co Make Assign Assignment AHsIgnclit Assignment ¬
ment clit When Shli > f wjth rItlt Specie SpecieAboard SvecleAlward SpecieAboard
Aboard Docs Not ot Arrive Arrh ArrheStutcauent ArrheStutcauent1skued Statement StatementIssued StatcJUentHued
Issued Hued By Attorney ArttorneTsfor ttornei for tor tIle AsesIgnee As Assignee A Agnec4JaUs ¬
signee gnec4JaUs 4JaUs Galls aiistdng Man inn Ab Abscondor AbJ1on Abeco
eco scondor J1on ulur ori I Liabilities t n nltles Are c Heavy HeavyNew nea neaNew llcavlNew
New York Oet ML BtThe The bunking house bouseof houseof houseq
q of J fl Mw OsbaJtea I fe Co New York and anaHauaaa andmade andEieroaanmde
Hauaaa Eieroaanmde made a tl gfenecai alignment for fort fortJt fortiro
tJt t e benefit of ertfkors ereltors today to Willoan Wil William ¬
liam 1 V Rowe of the law firm of sum Suilis4a Sullivaa sumVia
s4a Via A CromwellThe Cromwell CromwellThe CrOmwellTbe
The house was wasp U very Important mp rtaftt one oneia oneia oneIse
ia Wall street street 1tnt its Itt resources being gen genteighty genJly sentaJb
eighty Jly i pIued iac d between oJ 3i11Rti01 W9M and andttt 5 5ud 5N1 5N1and
ttt and it was the roost important importantAmerican ImportantINInidDg importantAamyr1eaa
American banking home 80 o far 1 as re relations re rewIt relatt6tns ¬
lations wIt Cuba and Porto Rico are areconcerned axeC8IICelJMMl areesneerned
concerned The Tb assignee a ee after a cursory cursoryexamination CUIS4ry1tJon cursoryexatiaation
examination 1tJon roughly estimated the lla HabOttMs llabfmiee llab
bfmiee b bOttMs at between Weetl SI ld1001LI0 M and 4000 4000No 51000000 51000000No 4000000 4000000No
No prediction of the vahA of the assets assetswas ASsetsWU assetswas
was ventured veat1lledThe venturedThe venturedThe
The msareeponslbie man responsible IeIIPOIUIIWeror for the 2 failure failureaccording lIurt lIurtaecontlB Iiureaccording
aecontlB according to William Nelson Cromwell Cromwellattorney CromwellaUorBe7 Cromwellattorney
attorney for the assignee is on the highseas high highseas hipseas
seas juat where no one knows He is isManael IsMmI8 ishotel
Manael hotel Stvim Sttvtera of Havana head of the thehovee theof thehaae
hovee of 3Hviera It Co bankers kers and mer merchants Jlterc mere111tats ¬
chants c of Havana a lifelong H lOBg friend friendaad frieRdcIoIIe friendand
and dose bastness assoeNLte of J X XCfebaHos I ICe
4 CfebaHos Ce C alioe and a Cuban aw correspondent eon ent ef J JJ JM
3 J M CetoeNos ft Co CoKKher CoJot CoEnvier
Envier lost try y him In spe sjrtuiiftn u1Mlea i or to toMs Ia1Iullatt Inhis
Ms ppisscsion poeeese on is IJGI i00tot Mlaft in Jti money mo 8 andother and andother IUIdotIIer
other property belonging to the New NewYork NewYwk NowYork
York house houseHard house1IarrI houselard
Hard lard to 3Inke Collections CollectionsTwo CoUeetlonsTwo CollectlousTwo
Two months age so Mr Silviera wrote wroteMir WroteJIIIPCebaIla wroteImo
Mir JIIIPCebaIla Ceballos connections ooftn ctIons got slack to toOfea inC htC
Ofea C Cuban revolution Oft was impending impendingand Jpendt JpendtAIId impendingand
and it was impossible to secure anything anythinglike aaythlDSJln
like 1111 prompt payments He would do the thebest thebe thebe
best be he could eoukIJater later he wrote TOte but the thesituation tlIesltatIoft thenltatlon
situation was really rall getting worse and andfrom JUIdt andfrom
from fr that tt time up to last week v a rani ranitttane mulI nnulttade
I tttane of excuses e cuem and very little money moneycame mOltQcame moneycame
t
came to the New York house from its itsHavana JtaHaft ItsHavana
Haft Havana agentEvemtealty agent agentEventually a ntEventvany
Eventually Mr Ceballoe got a cable cablelast IeWIt cableIzs
last Izs week Monday from Mr Silviera 5i1rlan m mwhich in inwhieM
which Jh hut latter r MI Saw d Ife II lrad hjaot et beers beersatpaasfpbt seejt seejtsa4oe
atpaasfpbt sa4oe afnjl ht IitiC MdW s en the most mostarias most hs hsaraovs
araovs arias risks 11 and that he would start > on onthe onm
J the following day to bring a COlli oompfcr oompfcraccounting te toataeunthid
accounting and terg large sums 1111 of bullion bumedratt bngkndatts sf sfdrafts
drafts to Ceballoe Co to take a long longrest 10narat longrest
rest rat and to spend a long visit with his hisold hiesold
old and true friend the head of the firm firmHe ftrmHe firmHe
He started from Havana according accordta to tohte tohJ tohis
his announcement on one of his own ownsteamers ownstamen ownsteamers
steamers the Carmenna carrying as its itssole Ita80ie hasole
sole passengers his wife and children and andmanned anetJIIIUIDOd andmanned
manned entirely by his own employee employesMr emplo emploMr employeeldr
Mr Cebalkw CellaJ expected his friends n ones on onSunday 011StuI4I4u onSuadoy
Sunday bat he knew that the Carmelina Carmelinawas Canncllnai CazmellnaW
was W a cattle boat of but 2000 OOO tons bur burden burda burden ¬
i den and was not greatly worried when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the shin n failed to make port tnt day On OnMonday OnJtlOlHlay OnMonday
Monday be had a sharp lookout kept for forthe fotthe forthe
the overdue steamer and began to feel a abit at abit
bit t concerned though tbou < h not yet eery eeryanxious seriously seriouslyanxious eriouslYaDXtoas
anxious over the deal dealOn dealOa dealOn
On Tuesday Mr Cebaltos began to make makeinquiries makeiaQatrte makeinquiries
inquiries for the mteeiae mIe ship He made madeas madeuor madeas
as thorough uor h inquiries as possible Cables Cabeehave Cableshave CabIeIIft
have ft been sent to every port which the theCarmelina theCarmeDna theCarnueIIna
Carmelina could have reached in the time timeehvpsed timeeJap timeelapsed
elapsed ed since October 2 The Carmeitna Carmeiimthas Carmeitnahas Cannell Cannellau
has entered none of these ports nor has hasthere baathere hasthere
there come in lit as far as a can be ascer 8Certalfted aeeertwined ascertained ¬
twined any vessel ve which has spoken or orsighted oraJPted orsighted
sighted her herShips IterSblps herShips
Ships Whereabouts Unknown UnknownConsequently UnknownCoMequently UnknownCensequendy
Consequently no member of the firm and andao andDO andno
ao lawyer 17 connected with the th investiga investigation iatve inveotigation tip tiptton ¬
tion can tell whether the Carmelina has hasmade hasmade
made 1 for the end8 ends of the earth whether whetherit
it has been sunk with the Silviera family familythe famnytile familythe
the crew seeking a hiding place on some somelittle ome1IUte somelittle
little unknown coast or whether it lenihslts hi hifcntlsms jsrul
fcntlsms rul about bout the Spanish Main as a apirate a1m apirate
pirate or whether it has met with some someaccident 500HacelMnt someaceldent
accident accidentAH acelMntAJ1 aceldentAll
AH the circumstances taaces inspire opeculation specula speculation vpeeuIatloo ¬
tloo tion but it is noteworthy that in the thextateniaUi theIttattaI thestateneas
xtateniaUi given out oy y tile counsel t el to today to today today ¬
day not even CR a suggeion susge Ion is made e that thatthe 1batthe thatthe
the ship has met with some ordinary ordinarymishap ordlnftrymtahap ordinarymishap
mishap OH the high seas seasAs SMSA8 seasAs
As alleged by William Nelson Crom Cromwell Cromwell Cromwell ¬
well attorney for the assignee the cir eircumstaaCes circumstances drCUIU ¬
cumstances CUIU are as follows followsJ followsuJ
uJ J M M Cebalkw Co bankers of hew IsewYork hewYork ew ewYCMk
York and Havana have today made madege a ageneral ageeneral
general ge ral assignment for the benefit to Wil William WIIJiam IViI11am ¬
liam V Rowe of the law firm of Sullivan SullivanA SullivanCromwell
A Cromwell with William elson Crom Cromwell Cromwell Cromwell
well as counsel to the assignee The SUfi suspensteR SUfiIHIRI sueDdnieion
pensteR ia stated by the firm to be due to tothe tothe tothe
the defalcation of Manuel Silviera of SJl SJlviara SlIiQl1l 531vlera
viara 4b Co bankers and merchants of ofHavana ofHavtM ofHavana
Havana who for several years have rep represented repre represented ¬
resented re the business bu office o lce of Ceballos CeballosCo I ICo RCo
Co His deficiency amounts to 1M9OM 1 in inmoney inmo inmoney
money and other property propertyDisappears propertyDfsnlpenrS propertyDisappears
Disappears from Havana HavanaStlvfora lIaanaSCh1ora HavanaSilviara
Stlvfora disappeared from Havana on onTuesday onT1IeIday onTiienday
Tuesday the 3d inst in one of his own ownsteamers o ownsteamers 11 11stlamers
steamers named the Carmelina withNew with withNew v1thNew
New York as his ostensible destination destinationIn de tinat1oDIn
In local publications he announced his alstdon in nthither intention ¬
thither of going to New York and m mletters let letJettenl Inletters
letters to Mr Ceballos he declared his htepurpose hisJMIIP08e
1 purpose of coming to New York and per pernonally fIruy perseally
nonally presenting N his accounts and delimning de delivering deUwrt ¬
limning Uwrt C the balance lance on handHe hand handHe h8JtdHe
He was expected in due course to toreach torelldt torent
reach New York on Monday of this thisweek tblsbut thisweek
week but failed to appear and it has just justdeveloped j jdeYeIoped justdeveloped
developed by cable from Havana that Instead in instead In Instead ¬
stead of departing for New York be had hadleft badJert hadleft
left for parts unknown accompanied by byhte 1yhN byhis
his wife and children Every effort Js Jsbeing sabeing a abel
being bel made to locate the absconder absconderSilviera ab5CoDderSllnera absconderS1lvlera
Silviera A Co were wer one of the largest largestand largestand t taAd
and gent t known firms in Havana were werethe werethe werethe
the largest lara importers of cattle in Cuba Cubaand Cubalid Cubaand
and were reputed especially to have made madea
a large fortune immediately bnmedlat l after the thewar tlwlr tlwlMr thewar
war r
warMr
Mr lr Rowa the assignee snee immediately immediatelytook immediatelytook immediatelytook
took charge ch rg of the businessMr business businessMr bu lncaMr
Mr Cromwell counsel for the assignee assigneestaled ae lgneestated assigneestated
stated staledMessrs statedrQsers statedMessrs
Messrs Ceballos C belIos Co had no pre premonition preJI pronenitio ¬
JI monition nlt1aq of this conduct C nduct of their agent agentCONTINUED aseutOONTINUJID agentCONTINIIBD
CONTINUED ON 0 OiBCOND SECOND PACK PACKThe P PALSThe AGB AGBThe
The Johnson Cafe 13th and E Is IsNoted Isj
j 4 Noted for Its Game New York Meats Meats AcWide c cWide e eWide
Wide Boards 2 Per 100 ft ftLnmber ftLumber itLumber
Lumber Trust Broken Brokentlbbey DrokenLlbboy BrokenLhboy
tlbbey S Co 6th si st and and N Y ave
WEATHER FORECASTFor FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaEastern ColumbiaEastern ColumbiaF
Eastern Pennsylvania New F Jer Jersey J Jersey e17 e17sey ¬
sey Delaware and MarylandFair Maryland MarylandFair lvlarylandFair ¬
Fair today and tomorrow tomorrow lignt ligntto lig liglitto t tto
to fresh fr h westerly winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYTELEGRAPHIC SUMMARYTELBGR4PHIG SUMMARYTELBGRAPHIC
TELEGRAPHIC TELBGR4PHIGDisaPpearS TELBGRAPHICDisappears TELEGRAPHICI
I Disappears DisaPpearS with a multon mton dollars in ingoM Ind InTostlmoni InSold
Sold SoldTostfmonunfaworabl d
Testimony Tostlmoni Tostfmonunfaworabl j unfavorable unflLoi Ia to Dr Breuwsr BreuwsrSecretary Brou6rSecretaw BrouwglrSecretary
Secretary Secretaw Shaw advocates fluctuating fluctuatingreserve nUOtutl nUOtutlreserve fluotuatinreserve
reserve reserveCol reserveCot reserveCoL
Col rabys SI 9liys men hold reunion reunionStandard reunlooStandttltl reunionStandarfl
Standard loses two points in Ohio oR ohsuit oRsuit oNsuit
suit suitChfn suitChinese
suitChinese
Chinese Chfn 8 smugglers captured capturedStave capt1lredSlave capturedSlave
Slave dungeon n found under Stephen StsphanOirards Stph StphQtrards Stephenglrards
Oirards home homeCabal homeCabal homeCabal
Cabal forces Gen Funeton Fun ton from fromNew Cuba CubaNew CahnNew
New Botch Brf ll war ship most powerful powerfulover powillftulaver powst ul ulever
over built
POLITICAL POLITICALWooflwfE POLITIUOALVoodnuff PO LUP1CAL LUP1CALWondeuft
WooflwfE stirs Hflfctses He < rsta wrath wrathHashes 1 wrathHughes t tHughes
Hughes wll ell reovrfred r at Buffalo BnffiafeLOGAIj BuffaloLOCAls blO blOLOcaL
LOcaL LOGAIjtima LOcaLOI
OI 01 time telegraphers do mo their tltelrvettfton QM QMvenflon oon oonv
venflon venflonBfatrict vettfton vettftonJfJtriet v ion
Bfatrict actimates may exceed stew stewmfluBns 8Ieww 8IewwmftUeDS elf en enmMiens
mfluBns mfluBns35r mftUeDSDr mMiensDr
Dr Maurice I Bgan E appointed an andl la lacflan 1adiem
diem n oommigsloner oommigslonerSpanishAmerican comtnlfWloRerSNUJI oommisSionerSpanlehAmerican
SpanishAmerican SNUJI hAmerican War Veterans eteram elect electoflloers fiatofficers ect ectotflcera
officers otflceraY officersY oflloersY
Y M C A hokls banquet and reunion reunionAlexandria reunionAlexandria
Alexandria bank runner loses 1iOO 1iOOREVOLUTIONISTS ldPlOREVOLUTIONISTS 3606 3606EEVOLTITIONISTS
REVOLUTIONISTS ARE CAUGHT CAUGHTItusslaii CAUGHTUU14slan CAUGHTRussian
Russian Officer and Twenty T1vcnt Soldiers SoldicrnATrcwteil SoltHcrrrctctI SoldiersArrested
Arrested at Vilnia YilntnSt VilniaSC YIJmaPetel8QulX
SC St Petersburg Oct It ItAll All the memben membenof
of an organization conducting coDductl a revolu revolutionary revolaUonarr revolutionary ¬
tionary agitation in the army have been beenarrested beenarreated beenarrested
arrested at YUma They comprise e an of officer offleer offleer ¬
fleer twenty soldiers and a Jew and andJewess andJ andJewess
Jewess JewessSTANDARD J JewessSTANDARD eWeA eWeASTANDARD
STANDARD HIT TWICE TWICEi T TWICEOllioSeozes l0E l0EO1
i OMoSeores O1 oScores Important Iln1GZtalltPoillts Iln1GZtalltPoilltsill Points Pointsin Pointsill
ill Oil Trust Hearing HearingdUOTE HearingQUOTE b bQUOTE
QUOTE ROCKEFELLERS WORDS WOEDSAttorneys WORDSAttorncs WORDSAttorneys
Attorneys for the State Granted GrantedPrivilege GrantedIrlvllec GrantedPrivilege
Privilege to Introduce Answers AnswersFiled AnswersFIlcd nltwcrll nltwcrllPilerl
Filed in 3SOS 1SUSOrhlnal Original Certificate CertificateShow CcrtfficatOlrSIlo CertificatesShow
SIlo Show Finn Iun of Operation Unchanged Unchangedby
by b Ouster Omoi cr Order OrrIcrQne OrderQuestion Qncstiou diou OpenFindlay Open OpenFindhty 011 en enniay
Findlay Ohio Oct laTbe pcosccudon pcosccudonwon den denOft
won Oft today t da7 upon the crucial test of their thencase theircue theircase
case cue the prlvifeee IJrl to introduce as evi evidence mdeaee erhdeuce ¬
deuce the answers scrubs of John D Rocke Rockefeller Rockfel1er Rockefeller ¬
feller to interrogatories flied ed by Attorney AttorneyGeneral AtueyGeneral AttorneyGeneral
General Moat itt m his contempt contemptJtJJt pro proceed pro proia
1 ceed JtJJt JtJJtr ia Jam S r t ttWJ
t + i iftltfc
ftltfc tWJ Jamdt attorney dt ttaent Isr far fit we ti Slate Slateadmit i ittilkt Staten4aiit
admit ttilkt that i Bad d the wart MIRtndI nrtetf irthem against againstthem aflestthem
I them In this partictdar their case cueha wound weisfBhave woundhave
1 have ha fallen tan flat he With this foundation fouadattto fouadatttoWOIk to loowork towork
work from iron and the evidence In Into hand handto hardto
to build with they expect to be able to toestablish toe toestablish
establish e tabUah conclusively that there has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been no real change to the conduct uct of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the trust since its organisation organisationAnother 0I organhuatlonAnother 1l1a aaAnother
Another distinct triumph was scored scoredtoday scoredtoday scoredtoday
today in the introduction of a series of ofcerticates ofrtlcalea ofcertiatea
certicates < rtlcalea of outstanding stock in the theoriginal theoriginal theoriginal
original trust These were furnished by byMrs byKrs byMrs
Mrs Krs Ida M Butts stepdaughter of ofGeorge ofGeorae ofGeorge
George M Rice Rice of Marietta now deceased de deceased de ¬
ceased formerly a teadin loading independent independentoperator tntIepencJeatoperatGr Independentoperator
operator whose financial ruin came as a aresult aresult aresult
result of the Standard StandardThese StandardTheae StandardThese
These certificates were issued to Rice Ricewhen RIcewhen Ricewhen
when the revision of the Standard OilCompany OH OHCompany 011Company
Company plan of operations came following follow following followIng ¬
ing the ouster ou ter order from the SupremeCourt Supreme SupremeCourt SUpremeCourt
Court in Inlm J8K They are variously dated datedmost datedmo datedmost
most of them being between 1893 3 ix and UK UKIn J8IIn 6 6In
In all they represent eight ht shares of Stand Standard StandarcI Standard ¬
ard Oil stock being six shares of the theoriginal theoI1gioa1 theoriginal
original trust issue par value 100 100 frac fractional fractional fractional ¬
tional scrip in the subsidiary corporation corporationstocks corporationatocu corporationstocks
stocks aggregating < one share of Standard StandardOil Standardon Standardoil
Oil stock and a certificate of legal title titleissued UtJeIaued titleIssued
issued by the Standard liquidating true trustees truetees truetees ¬
tees tees also equalling equaJli in value one share of ofStandard ofStaudard ofStandard
Standard Oil stock stockAlt stockAll stockAll
All of these t certificates are unchanged unchangedPresented lIAC um haaged haagedPresented ed
Presented Pre ented to the directors of the Stand Standard StaJIdani Standard ¬
ard Oil Company C mpeny they will call for the theissuance thet theIssuance
issuance of Ida M Butts as executrix executrixof
of the estate e tate of George M X Rice of eight eightshares eightshares
shares of Standard Oil 0I11ttoek stock Upon thesecertificates these thesecertificates tAe8ecertJfteates
certificates wiU be based the argumas argument t for forthe forthe
the prosecution pro that the trust has never
been dissolved dissolvedQuestion dlaolvedQuelttlou dissolvedQuesfdon
Question Is J Left Open OpenOnly 01enOn OpenOnly
Only On I one other feature figured fa to todays to todars todays ¬
days proceedings The prosecution JIO sought soughtto
to introduce a certified certified ed copy of the in increase 1a 1acrease Increase ¬
crease of the trustees of the Standard Oil OilCompany 011Company OilCompany
Company In New Jersey following the theouster theoU6ter theouster
ouster suit in 18S1 The certificate came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from the Secretary of State of New Jeraey Jer Jersey Ter8ep ¬
sey The objection was offered to its in introduction Introdu Introduction ¬
troduction trodu tlon and strenuously 8boenuou ly supported The Thecourt Thecourt Thecourt
court had reached no decision at ad adjournment adjoUrnment adjournment ¬
journment journmentTonight joUrnmentTonight journmentTonight
Tonight the attorneys for the presses prosecution IOMCUUOtl pressesLion ¬
Lion are plainly elated They have bold boldthe laJdtb kidthe
the tb foundation of their case cue which they theyunhesitatingly theyunbeeltaUngly theyunhesitatingly
unhesitatingly declare can result to nothInS nothing noth nothing ¬
ing but conviction unless the Jury chances chancesto
to disagree disagreeJudge dgreeJudge disagreeJudge
Judge Banker has made an order that thatthe tllatthe thatthe
the Jury shall not be separated during du the thehearing thehearing theharing
hearing haringACCUSED hearingACCUSED hearingCCUSED
ACCUSED MAN CHOSE DEATH DEATHrial DEATHAwaiting DEATHi DEATHAsniting
i
Awaiting Trial rial for Robbing Holblu Mails Mnllxlie JlailHlIc Mailslie
lie Took Poison PoisonNew IobonNew PoisonNew
New York Oct 10 IOoWhen When the case ofJ ofJRuiof 0 0Rulof oRulof
Rulof P Bagraw accused of robbing the themails thetRaIls themats
mails was called before United States StatesCommissioner StatesCommioaer StatesCommissioner
Commissioner Shields In the Federal FederalBuilding Federalnulldlft FederalBudkltng
Building nulldlft today the th clerk paused a me moment met me114t ¬
ment t with his pen poised over er the record recordThen recordThen recordThen
Then he marked the case off the boob boobwith boobwith j jwith
with this notation notationAccused notatlellAccused notationAccused
Accused committed suicide suicideBagraw JNtcIdPBasraw suicideBagraw
Bagraw killed himself hi by drinking car carboIlo carbulbo j
boito acid early today at his home 3D 3DClay 11Clay 3iClay
Clay street Newark N J He sat t up all allnight aUnight annight
night trying to nerve himself to face ar arraignment arralpment arraignment ¬
raignment in court and he lost the battle battleWhen battleVhen battleWhen
When his mother tearful and sorrowing sorrowingwent sorro sorroWent sorrowwent
went to call him she found him dead on onthe onthe onthe
the floor He Heleft left this note behind behindPride behlDc1Pride behindPride
Pride pride pride Sold my life for fornothing fornothing fornothing
nothingDeareat nothing nothingDearest nothingDearest
Dearest Mother M tber Far better for you you to tovisit tovIsit tovisit
visit th the grave of the boy you loved so
dearly God knows I could not face this
Mother live for dear father and sisters sisterssake sisterssake sisterssake
sake who always made It so pleasant for forme fotme forme
me Death rather than this God forgive forgiveme forgiveIftl forgtreme
me again againPnt againPut againPut
Put Your Snrplns 3Ionc Money > to Work WorkFor WorkFor ork orkJl
For Jl r you by depositing same In n baakin baakindapt banking
dept of Union Trust Co Iffl4 F st st Inter Interest Interest Interost ¬
est paid Deposits Dpo lts subject to check at will v1DJ willJ j ji jJ i
J II Small t t Sons Florists FloristsHth Plorists14th Florists11th
Hth and G sts Washington WaldorfAs Waldorf WaldorfAsfiflrta WaldorfAsf
Asfiflrta Asf As Orin I1r and IKS Broadway New NeYork York
flN ND SLAVE UVE PRl PRISON PRISONDlulgeoll N NDungeon
Dungeon b Discovered D zsco T exec l Under UnderStephen UnderStephen Uu del
Stephen e p llell Girards ezzaz i d f S Home Homeniogal Ii GTle GTlet GTleOTLI
11 11pRICim
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OTLI pRICim x xillegal OF IErBF qT1ThTE qT1ThTEIllegal
Illegal Traffic by Eccentric Ml Mllionaire illllionaire MilBonaire
lionaire Possible PossibleResilience PossibleRClJlrlcncc PossibleResidence
Resilience bat Short Distance from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Del Delaware > wnrc and ane Secret Access AccessEasy AeeellEasLegeml AccessEasyLegend
EasLegeml Easy Legend of Hnnntiiipr that thatHang1 thatHungOcr tintHung
Hung HungOcr Over the District DJ Districtow trlct Xow 01V ISr ISrplnined IhplaiDedPhilanthropist 1BzplninedPhilanthroplst
plnined plaiDedPhilanthropist Philanthropist a Believer Believerin
in Slavery SlaerFortu SlaveryFortune Portnne c Q a Slyaiery SlyaieryPhiladelphia 3IT 3bystcryPhiladelphia cr crPhllacJelplli
Philadelphia Oct 18Subw 1 1eSUDWIq Subway r work workmen werIcmen WWerkmen ¬
men digging cH n deep beneath Wfctor street streetabove atreetabove sliestabove
above Market for the foundations of tho thonew tMaew thanew
new tunnel station uncovered at a di IIptIt IIptItof 4kof tk tkof
of HO feet what te clearly an old oktpri8On Slave Slaveprison slaveprison
prison The pen Is composed of narrow narrowcells BalroweelltJ narrowcells
cells in throe tiers with threefoot corri cerridora corridors eorrtdoni ¬
dora between the heavy walls HeavyIron Heavy Heavyiron HY7IIOIt
iron bars covered the windows 11ndowseach and to laeach toeach
each cell were manacle supportersDirectly supporters supportersDirectly SUPItWte18Directly
Directly above them te the house of ofStephen otStepben ofStephen
Stephen Girard the eccentric imTHonalre mID mIDwho ndUIsmendrewho imTHonalrewho
who gave n Girard College to Philadelphia PhiladelphMand PhllHeJpfdaand Philadelphiaand
and whose estate is now valued to the thehundreds thehundreds thehundreds
hundreds of millions million It was in tearing tearingdown teetiagdown tearingdown
down this house how which the traction com company COIDqy cornany ¬
any had bought from the Girard trust trustthat trust trustthat trustthat
that they came across the prison prisonIt JHi8oIt prisonIt
It has toner been be handed down In local localhistory Ioealthat localhistory
history that Girard drove a brisk slave slavetrade slavetrade e el1Me
trade and that some of the baste of his htegigantic histle hisgigantic
gigantic tle fortune came from the barter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the blacks AS A soon as the discovery was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made the whole board of trustees flocked nockeddown rtoek rtoekdown flockeddown
down to the dungeons They were not al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed to examine them but will tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row
Origin o or Fortune a Mystery MysteryGirard JIstcr JIstcrGtranI MysteryOMard
Girard came to o Philadelphia to 17 17J1 Ia Iathe laUte Inthe
the ijr 11 of mx he made Ms heroic loan to toftnanc tollaaoctthe toflaance
ftnanc ftnancvthe llaaoctthe vthe the country to its war After that thathe thathe thathe
he workel Otke i among the yellow 7eHo fever victims victimsto
In Philadelphia PIdJa4el Iab after nearly every one oneelse ODeelse oneelse
else had fled the city The orbjia of offolt1me his htefortune hisfortune
fortune has always been a aThe mystery mysteryThe mysteryThe
The colls run six to a tier are each eachlarge eachIar1e eachlarge
large enough to hold six 1Il men sacked to toclosely litcloRb inclosely
closely The old Girard house te within withinhalf wJUdJthalf withinhalf
half a square uare of the Delaware Delaware and secret secretaccess entJICft8 secretaces
access aces would have been beenGIranI easy easyGirard easyChard
Chard believed in shivery owned wnedaacI stoves stovesand slavesand
and had many on lib Loatetaaa LI sugar sugarplantation saprpianta sugarplantation
pianta plantationJohn plantation plantationJohn Uoa UoaJ
John W Jordan the Pennsylvania His HimCork Historical HJ8torlG ¬
torical Cork at Society SocIe librarian Jlbrartaa 1Is arhn saM he had Jsa4WII re recentiy recently
centiy vteltei WII a slave dungeons under aa nold aaoat
WIIhoue
oat house to EHrton MA which w ear earri e trJ otrreaggaddll
reaggaddll ri soon J ilatl exactly uac to t tA thesedpbus these theseJL
JL euxfous riveuawuuico JIaU uc eesem oanocMI lWItIt lWItItthe with wltkthe withthe
the discovery dI Is that for years a aOf legend legendOf legendpt
Of haunting b has hung around old Water WaterStreet Waterazeet Waterstreet
azeet Street between Market and andAeb Ash Stories Storiesof StortdoC Storiesof
of underground shrieks chainrattlingWows chainrattling chainrattlingblows chAJnrattilqWow
blows and all the other timebonorvd timehonoredmanifestations timebonorvdmanifestations timeoonoMmanifestations
manifestations have been told and it Ita is isa isa
a fact that houses near ear the old Girard GtranIplace Girardplace Girardplace
place cannot be rented because of this thisSHOT thtaSHOT thisSHOT
SHOT TEACHER IN SCHOOL SCHOOLJilted SCHOOLJHtCtl SCHOOLJilted
Jilted Lover Commits Murder in the thePresence tbuPrescnce thePresence
Presence of Children ChildrenCleveland ChlldrcnClevelaad ChildrenCleveland
Cleveland Oct WJa nes nes Smith of ofWarrensville oCWarrennI1le ofWarrOIasv111e
Warrensville shot and killed Miss XI Mary MaryShepard XarySbeparcl MaryShepard
Shepard the teacher of a district school schoolbefore ecboolDefore schoolbefore
before a room full of school children childrenThe eblWr eblWrTbe childrenThe
The school l was in a a desolate de place about aboutfifteen out6ft aboutfitteea
fifteen 6ft miles from Cleveland The pupils pupilsran pupltllraa pupilsran
ran frantically traJldca1 y from the building and a acrowd acrowd acrowd
crowd collected bent on lynching Smith SmithHe SmIthHe SmithHe
He fled through a nearby neub forest forest boarded boardeda
a street car ADd reached home Just aa aathe aathe asthe
the police and wouldbe lynchers reached reach reached JNCbed ¬
ed the house Smith shot and killed him himself himJeIf himself ¬
self selfThe
The murderer was a fourth cousin of hisvictbx his htevictfcr hisvlttlr
victfcr She Jilted him two months ago agoand apanti agoand
and although aJtb he had protested that he heloved lieloved heloved
loved her she had refused to see him himagain himapiD himagain
again apiDGOLDFIELD
GOLDFIELD IS BURNING BURNINGBliniiip EURNIIiGiUlnlJl BURNINGMining
Bliniiip iUlnlJl Town Is Threatened with withDestruction withDCHtrnetion withDestruction
Destruction DestructionChicago DCHtrnetionCIdeao DestructionChicago
Chicago HI Oct 10Goldfiekl lIGokI ekJ Nev Nev1Mand1l te tehorning Isbeaveing
horning according to dispatches received receivedhere eeetftdbere receivedhere
here tonight tonightDefinite tomgntDdJdte tonightDefinite
Definite news is lacking but it te re reported re reported isported ¬
ported that t the water ter works and an ea eathe eatin entire
the business block have already been beendestroyed beeadestroyed beendestroyed
destroyed and that the entire town te in todanger inda indanger
danger dangerThe da dangerThe er erThe
The town is the center of one of the therichest therlchest therichest
richest mining fields in the world orIei and andwas aDdwas andwas
was the scene cene of the recent nt GansNelson GansNelsonfight GtD GoneNelsonfight Neaon Neaonftcht
fight Only within a year or two have havehandsome havehallI4iIoIRe havehandsome
handsome buildings bUlkHn s begun to replace tile titeoriginal tileorIpal theoriginal
original mining shacks and many m ayof of the thecharacteristics tbeebnetet1 thecharaetmlatics
characteristics ebnetet1 tles of the mining camp still stillremain unremain stillremain
remain remainHIKDHAN remainHTh remainHINDMAN
HIKDHAN HTh > MAJi MAKES AFFIDAVITDeclares AFFIDAVIT AFFIDAVITDeclares AFFIDAVITDcelarcs
Declares Mutual Life Management ManagementIn
In I Electioneering for Ticket TicketNew TlclctNew TicketNow
New York Oct 10 tOoBiscoe Btecoe Hindman Hindmanthe Hiacl Hiaclthe Hindmanthe
the general P agent of the Mutual Life In Insurance IRiurnee Insunranee ¬
surance Company at Louisville Ky I who whowas whowas whowas
was dismissed after he had refused to topledge topIed topledge
pledge pIed himself to resign in case the pol policy polIcy p01Icy ¬
icy holders elected him a trustee of thecompany the thecompany thecompany
company has made an affidavit anida vlt in which whichhe wblchhe whichhe
he refutes the statement made by the theMutual theXutual theMutual
Mutual agency committee The committees commit committees commlttees ¬
tees statement said that no money of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the corporation can be properly used in inelectioneering Jftel inelectioneering
electioneering el UoD4erln and this committee has not notand DOtaDd notand
and will not authorize any such use useMr URMr useMr
Mr Hindman begins his affidavit with witha
a a letter that was sent out to Kentucky KentuckypoUcy Kentuckypolicy
policy holders on August Augu t 29 0 declaring that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the administration admml tratlon ticket Is entitled to toour toemr toour
our confidence CODft ence and our suffrage suffrageMr suffrageJilr suffrageMr
Mr Hmdmans Hindman affidavit says that thisstatement thisstatement this thisstatement
statement was printed by b Thomas P
Morgan jr salaried manager for the theMutual theMutual theMutual
Mutual Life Insurance c Company > of NewYork New NewYork NewYork
York at Washington D C CFINDS cFINDS CFINDS
FINDS GIRL BABY IN COACH COACHConductor COACHConrIuctor COACHConductor
Conductor Takes Richly IUebI Dressed DressedChild DrctolscdChild DressedChild
Child to Philadelphia Police PolicePhiladelphia PoliccPhUadelphla PolicePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Oct 10 10NesUtng Nestling in the thecorner thecorner thecorner
corner of a cushioned seat In a Pullman Pullmancoach PuUmItcoaeh Pullmancoach
coach of the Plttsburs express s a pr pretty prettyblueeyed prettyblueeyed tty ttyblueeyed
blueeyed baby was found sound asleep by bythe b7the bythe
the conductor at the Broad street t sta station staUoa statloa ¬
tion He H carried her to Contra station stationand atattcmaDd stationand
and the police are ro searching for Uw Uwmother UNmother themother
mother The child was expensively expensivelyclothed expensivelyclothed
clothed clothedSkilled cIotlwdSkill clothedSkilled
Skilled Skill cd and Unskilled Labor LaborCan LaborCan LaborCan
Can work year round in San Francisco
Fare Fare JS till October 3L 31 Berth BerthVIa Berthvia S JO JOvia
via WashingtonSunset route A A1 J Pos Poston P08ton Poeton
ton General Agent fill Pa ave nw nwa
a <
JOHN D MAKES AN END RUN
VAHUT Y YACHT lAuill AGHT i LANDS LAWUo Aiyno nuiwcQc uHiNtot uHiNtotOutlaw CHINESE GH1NESEOntla CHINESEOutlaw
Outlaw Ontla v Craft Disguised Djsguis l as asFisherman asFisllerlnau asFisherman
Fisherman at Prolgnce ProlgnceGOT Pro ceGOT ce ceGOT
GOT RID OF PART OF OARGO OAEGOAuthorities OARGOAutborUloK OARGOAuthorities
Authorities Swoop Do Down vn on Her HerAfter JlcrAftor IicrAfter
After Twenty Tncut eight Smuggled SmoKffletlChinese SmugglcdCllincse SmuggledChinese
Chinese Get Away Awn AwayCaptain Captain One One3Inn OnelUnn OneMan
Man and Fifteen Celestials CeIe tla18 Cap Captured CapturedStorT CapteredStory ¬
tured turedStorT Story of Wild Chase ChaacProvidence OhnlSeProvtdeace ChaseProvidence
Providence R It I Oct M JIlJa la tha dart c1aot dartflees dartness
ness oC the early hours > a f this tlthe naxaiag naxaiagwhen eRrsng eRrsngwhen
when the pattering of a driving tIr11a rate alathe on onthe corethe
the a till roofs of the wharf abode smer along fps fpsriver t e eriver
river front drowned every ewl7tM ether nonaji nonajithe + ogilitba
the schooner aehoon c yacht Frame wAfea wJdCitbaa lot lotthus T Ttha
thus tha two wsdcs woes torn 4rte Nett gilt pncavedf pncavedfHatted sd t tUlllted r rtutted
Hatted States riaattt a > is v as fc fcv
np v and Stata4IBn atewa the Aldhttk U dlo coejt cos t ted t ted
ed to get t rid oC fits load of fortytwoCbinamea fortytwo fortytwoChtoamea fort7twoCIdatea
Chtoamea and smuggle esm gbe them the ashore Bythe By Bythe Bythe
the sheerest accident the plot failed laBelFlfieea failedFifteen failedFifteen
Fifteen at the aliens aile have been cap captared captured caplured
lured The captain and one member of ofthe oftIM ofthe
the crew have been arrested and from fromone 1roIDODe fromone
one of the men the police have a confes confession eoefea8IOD emafeselom ¬
sion which tees teU of what t happened < on the thetrim Uaetrim thetrim
trim little pleasure craft with its stttr stttreyed sIkeJOd slit sliteyed
eyed yellowskinned pigtailed cargostowed cargo cargostowed Cso8towe4
stowed In its dark hold 1nce It left Newfooadland New NewfoundlaDd NufouMIaD4
foundlaDd toward the end of ofIta September Septemberon
on its strange errand errandCnutrht erraadCnnJ11t errandCaught
Caught liy Accident AccidentAll AecIdentAJI AccidentAll
All the carefully mid plans might t have havesucceeded haftncceeded havesucceeded
succeeded had not a laborer J In a coal yard yardhere yardhere yardhere
here stumbled over a prostrate KOIK form In tothe IntM inthe
the dark He hunted up the night watch watchaian watch1MB watchman
man and together they notified the po ponce po poHce police ¬
lice Half aa hour later a squad of patrolmen pa patrolmen patrobIIeA ¬
trolmen under the lead ot f aa immigra 1InmIpatl bmmigradon immigration ¬
don oncer eases upon fleaa of th thCnlaaavea thCbl the theChlaamsea <
Cnlaaavea Cbl aft irgssstl is m American tamemican cos costunes cos costumos COIta
tunes ta pr + r rJcT c C V h the half halflightea halt1i halflighted
lighted 1i f Wl r dose quar quarIbr quarTIle quarilu
Ibr The i oatAt and andthen aRdtbea andthen
then D Dsf I r r fonaed a aposse atNt apoeemt
poeemt posse ar < st f fc fcTllertt w vessel vsoselThey vesselthe
They Tllertt S iTbr > > f > niitea down downthe doVo11the
the haar I ft H C shore On Onboard Onboad Onhd
board r R wna enti4its frt the txewThe crew crewTha crewnwt
The nwt aaur rt rrrlt rte iv i h or real realwt4 ilheav them On Onman One Onemsa
man w wt4 vut t tC 4 captain at atthe atdae a ail <
il the tlate a t n rva tw < wiv c Jankme ad aadthe adtJIe andthe
the other ire rs8 cd 06 ide UMkCOft UMkCOftt tbeconit the coo cooftaitpii
ftaitpii flssirttha t s it 8 ianesn r All Allthe AJttbe
the net t > dW < w w itsd d itobrtld aartod ted andthe and andthe andtile
the veHc a v scatcfo e htct > 4 r thorn tllemmAt thornAt UMaLAt
At pa pIS iu4 4tL + 4 VsL it tt rrtrj rtptraaaii ntaaa tokI oM his htesUtry httIfit hissigry
sUtry Of n tijinjrp tr trA + tp > U WM M or tot f the yacht yachtThe yachtTIle yachtThe
The TIle yac 7H p ISi iy fts h eat gone goneabovt Detrc fieshut
shut art xt ptt t ift i peri x c i 1ag 1ar < a short shorttime aborttIDte shorttime
time at f + 11 xr a fiv tvi evfor viorv t j r oat t only onlyfor Iyfor onlyfor
for twit i i 3 3 t 1 ffit m mVr er 1 tc xver v or he had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been or6 or ct1 i < tlJ y j r r rjth th ii ii l 1a Frolic to toHalifax toHalUaX toHalifax
Halifax HalifaxLAt HalUaXLat4J HalifaxLate
LAt Late O oa + t uii ui jtt > ti trs > J e e ssicr 4r r at on row rowboats rowboats rowboats
boats with mnU set rirt i iltr + ltti 5a try hetrN t telr r bswa ws be began be beto began ¬
gan to att Wt o Of t Ws u UJN A ir r t i FraHc 1 mslk Trip Tripafter Tripy Tripafter
after t ti tithe cy y vi4p t = i l Lh 4ci5rtwo of ofthe oftile ofthe
the Chia Cha Chaside < s hjS c xf t naaIl lafl Q the theafter theIt theside
side of rt I t ttttUe d r vJefl yddp yddpinto > Into I the3a1 the thebore the1IUIe1
1IUIe1 tttUe ecai hUl 7 7weighed 3a1 d It t Frolic Frolicwebel
weighed p j d tJlJ tJlJbon her sails saiteCff sailsbore
bore a awsq w i i 1llittaswe > L
llittaswe 1 f 1 v n nCfl tteff
Cff ltt e s lt t a mate ut cutter cuttersail culterkel cutterpicked
picked t thustiori q t pt Jn f sail they theyta theyJtor theyhetld
hustiori Jtor ° Of Ofsliamird eu J Gm F c ta bearing beartBU bearingellgkt bearingknow
sliamird sliamirdcouU ellgkt U JITd y d t pmt rt aknow t know kJlowthey kJlowtheycouk11ie they theyKvan theycould
could couk11ie be bentS5tet F t t fr frdreg t 1tH ud udttnt
ttnt dreg ntS5tet ntS5tettried e n d I < < Kvan theytried they theyOl ey1rIetl
tried tit 4 4 > i t t 3 clLonsday clLonsdaythey Ol JlJH ae day day9t
thpyiesC 4thpyiesC they i Milt bltt it z se whIle whIlethe whilewhich
the eavia eaviawhteh t 9t smoke smokeriiij e ewille
which whtehth wille tki 1 t > riiij ri te made madeNrt JIMUIIktJwo
th the cowra cowrath c r rt Nrt Nyttha 1nsr monifng monifngo ut g gthe
th the aaaUf aaaUftheir s ItI t o zind trtG Ihte In attheir at atibni atthe
their atp atpThe tHsnr tHsnrThe uiui uiuiThe
The ni JMI i ithem > + r r ibni tbiriIOwnf tbiriIOwnflAUK tlevrnOa tlevrnOaImng down on onaoom <
lAUK 1 oiv oivth Jr Jr p F ttSora fm af afthellt attic atticthess
them that thatvoc tI < hK th istt t wt gent bf bfl to tosea
voc ami a l I Idown 1 e G 1I aM aMdown andown
down tha thabfaek thaThe 7 7TJIe
The Y < aoom aoomrfg acum acumpetet om ompIMe
pIMe 5 d rfg nfgwas nfgwascItIIIIgeC > was wastteror waschanged
cItIIIIgeC + jl c i teaser t of offleeke ofth ofthe I
th SIIIII t m efe 0 e teII a j jut jutWaek t tblack
black Ofc Ofcof t i 1 decks and amiliiB andtaerraiII emu emubgrrel
taerraiII yes t f f IIILrhus inshushi liiB IIILrhusI Thuis ThuisI
I tf n 111 tb > k 1 jit th the Winer Wineryacht JC1Io ncr ncrytClit
yacht diq f 0 r e11Y 1tt t kind kindof Nl NlOr i
of a eni enitknwly cntW > r y ClkU ClkUtiouIIy aantimmsly
tknwly tin VMTAc > > 1 t ttI t tThat
I
Ac AcTlntt > tI iIo h hTlltllt
That W Wpassed A t 111 111pes i 11g sp sppaa5Od
passed N Nrevenaft NIt i J a ey little littler littlerevenue
r revenue v 9 9caused C + aa iiftt cet which wlaiekca whichcaused
caused ca Chi Chipaid > tJi tits titter culterPAId titterpaid
paid no at atNext au + t t t Y nd Jh mypass mypassc J8SS J8SSf J8SSNext
c l lNext f
Next Sundi Sundiexeerslon i 1 i h See SeeexeurllOri Seeexenrsleit
exeerslon t jB jBd
I
d
1 Ilarper arp J i ier t In bnsbnrs burgJ
13 135 Be Belie n s tl Ii a I I Cum Oumbc Gumbes
bes lie lieFrom dd i t6 + 1es 1esFrom rt rtFrom
From gaia at1 J I r T Tm hi m 8ti a am a am
m Seniiay s Suril mi y + J ling from
Cumbechtac t J 1aI tar
tft1 tfisburg8 S a 4 p m m
ed on In lid at It oclock lusters ysatoruay ysatoruaymorning ay aymorning y ymonaIDg
morning she splashed her anchor over overboard Oftrboanl overboard ¬
board in this port portThe portThe t tTbe
The police also Mo arrested John C Lebesntaa Lehen Lehenman
man maR of Boston who assisted hi landing laadfogthe JaaIbcthe landingthe
the Chinese ChineseJenkins ChtDaeTeDld ChineseJenkins
Jenkins TeDld Duncan and I ebenman IAben > were werearraigned wenta werearraigned
arraigned a before United 4 States Commieebner Commie Commissioner ¬
toner Crass at noon charged with unlaw unlawfully usIa usIafully unlawfully ¬
fully conspiring to bring the Chinamen Chinameninto OIttaa tdaameninto
into the United States In violation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the exclusion act They pleaded pi not notguilty ROtWHe notguilty
guilty std were held ia HJM each Later Laterthey Laterthey
they th y were w taken to Boston for exami examination rxamluntton ¬
nation UOft before the United States authori authorities suthoitfs ¬
ties there thenTSe thereThe thereCh1a3men
The Chinamen who were captired had hadletters hadktten hadletters
letters on them addressed to w Whig Wia tas Kee KeeS3 Keem
S3 Amsterdam avenue aftDtIey New York City Cityand CItJand Cityand
and Chan Kew 1402 1 Union street Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brook1y4 ¬
lyn lynCHINAMEN
CHINAMEN GOT AWAY AWAYT1cnt AWAYTwentyeight
Tivontyelsht T1cnt eJght Were arc Slipped Into Intolro IntoProvidence
Providence lro ldenoe Harbor UarborThe HarborThe
The Il Immigration iBunif ration Bureau yesterday re received re recelec recalved ¬
calved word that the schooner yacht yachtFrolic 71IdtlroUc yachtFrolic
Frolic which has been cruising c off the theNew theNew theNew
New England coast awaiting awalUa aa oppor poorfealty opportunity ¬
fealty ty to land a cargo of fortythree fortythreeChfcuunea fort7thneeJdIuuMa fortythreeCbfnsama
Chfcuunea slipped into the harbor pt ptThrMen of ofTuesday
ThrMen Tuesday night and was wasMiecwrful waseuccmfal
Miecwrful tt la Act aatefttaaiDwr aatefttaaiDwrexploit to tmmiJ w
exploit mcpioit Twentyeight of the Chinese Chinesew Chinese Chinesewere
w were re landed and escaped Into to the Chinese Chinesequarter aaquarter chinesquarter
quarter of the city Fifteen others were worearrested werearrested
arrested The Tb captain and craw of tile thoFrolic tileFrolic theFrolic
Frolic aad one of the principal smugglers smugglerswere smugglerswere ugten ugtenwere
were alto captured capturedThe capturedThe eCl eClThe
The attention of the immigration au authorities aathoritIH anthorittes ¬
thorities was 8M f fast rt drawn to the smugger smuggingof
of Chinese into this country about a amonth amonth amonth
month ago when the Chinese Inspector at atI atBo8ton atBoston
I Boston xot wind of an attempt attem t to bond a alarge aluxe a abarge
large party of cootie laborers at atpobat some somepoint somepaint
point along the New England coast coastAfter coutAtWr coastAfter
After a quiet investigation be learned learnedthat learnedthat
that the schooner yacht Frolic had been beenleased beenleased
leased in Boston under mysterious cir circamstances clreaautaDCe8 circomstancee
camstances and had proceeded to the theNewfoundland thetWfoundJaDd thesewtoundland
Newfoundland coast ecut where the Chinese Chinesewere CbIaeeewere Chinesewere
were to be embarked He reported his hisdiscovery hisdiscovery
discovery to the t e Washington authorities authoritiesand authoritiespuenl authoritiesand
and general instructions I were seat nt to all allimmigration aUtIntIon ailkumigratbon
immigration officiate to be on the lookout lookoutfor
for the theL vessel Revenue cutters were or ordered 01dered ordered ¬
dered to patrol th the coast in an effort to tolocate tolocate tolocate
locate the yacht but they were unsuccess unsuccessful una unaful unsucceeful ¬
ful fulBALLOONS fulBALLOONS
fulALLGONS
BALLOONS ESCAPES AUTOS AUTOSNovel AUTOSNovol AUTOSNov
Novel Nov RaGe in Germany Is Won by bythe bythe bythe
the AirsMK Airships AirshiplSoor AirshipsScorc i iScore
Score Soor Is Three to One in Favor or of ofAwronnat ofUJounutJ ofat
at Awronnat ro avts Who 110 Arc Favored Favoredby Ifa Favoredby oDcd oDcdIt
by It a Brisk Wind WindBerlin WindBerlin intl intlBerIba
Berlin Oct < t 1OA A race between military militaryballoons JaWtar JaWtarballooM militarybatinons
balloons and a volunteer corps to automo automobiles automobJlea autornobiles ¬
biles began this morning < at Tegal a sub suburb suburb suburb ¬
urb of Berlin The conditions provide providethat provtdethat providethat
that an automobile will win if it reaches reachesthe reacbethe reachesthe
the landing place pla of a balloon within baIt halfan baItan baitas
an hour of the balloons landing The Thestart TIleIItrt Thestart
start attracted an enormous crowd crowdFour crowdFOOl crowdFour
Four balloons were pursued by seven seventeen watee seventeen ¬
teen automobiles whlcu whlc were given fifteen fifteenminutes Alteenminutes fifteeaminutes
minutes start They vtook J teok different differentroutes different dUferentroutIn differentroutes
routes routIn in a western wprn direction Balloon No NoI
1 which was colored white was toot sight sighti
o i seven minutes Jllbavtesatter after it started The Thewind Thewi Thewind
wind wi ia the upper atmosphere was un unusually ununaII7 sitThrw ¬
usually unaII7ThuIt strong strongThn
ThuIt Thn of the balloons escaped Thefourth The Thefourth Thefourth
fourth was w captured by one of the auto automobiles autemo automoblI ¬
mo moblI mobiles lleL Daring the race a ear occu occupied oecupied occupled ¬
pied by Baron Schieinitx 1 1nJU one of o the theja thejudges
judges judges ja ran Into a tree and was wrecked wreckedThe wreckedThe wreckedThe
The baron was not severely hurt hurt but the uedriTft thesedriver
driver and another occupant of the car carwere care carwere
were e severely injured injuredThe 18JtIftdlIae InjuredThe
The general idea prompting the races racesIn raeesI racesis
In I that Berlin is besieged be and that it te tenecessary IIIK isnecessary
necessary IIK that important dispatches dbpatehescape es escape escape ¬
cape the besiegers besiegersThe beaIetrenTheballoonl8ts besiegersThe
The Theballoonl8ts balloonists were instructed to take takeadvantage takeJMhanta takedvantage
advantage < e of air currents If Ifthat possible possiblethat possiblethat
that would take them across water waterwoods waterwG waterwOro
wOro woods dll dp and other obstacles obstacl forcing the theautomobile theaUtolftOWle theautomobileto
automobileto automobile to make long detours det detJAP detours3APAN
JAPAN JAP RESENTS TREATMENT TREATMENTTokyo TREATffiNTTolo TREATMENTTokyo
Tokyo Paper PAIH r Demand Dcm ultlH flint MIkndo MIkndoStop JlIkntloStop MILzadoStop
Stop Californias Persecution lcrneeutlonTokyo lersccntionTokyo
Tokyo Oct 10 JOA A demand that the theMikado theMikado theMikado
Mikado rescue the Japanese In California CaUfomlafrom CsIUorniafrom
from the persecution to which It Itchared te ischarged techarged
charged they are subject te made in the theYorosu theYftrWnI theYereeu
Yorosu Cnoho a widely circulated Tokyo Tokyopaper TokyQJapei Tokyopraise
praiseEver paper paperEver
JapeiEver Ever since IDee the California Republicans Bepubllcansadopted Republicansadopted publlcaDs publlcaDsa40pted
adopted a platform demanding demandM Japanese Japaneseexclusion Japaneseexclusion Japaneseexclusion
exclusion the paper says the Mikados Mhkadossubjects Mikadossubjects Mikadossubjeeta
subjects there have suffered aH kinds kindsof Jdndiof kindsof
of mistreatment mistreatmentTo ml8treatmutTo
To leave 50099 Japanese to such a fate fateIt fateit
it te argued Is to discourage emigration eml emlaud emigrationaad
check attempts at national expan expansion expaa3iotl expanslon ¬
sion slonl
l 273 a 7 Lnray Lura Caverns and ReturnIncudlng ReturnIncluding Return ReturnIncluding
Including transfer and adtnteslbn Rd to fa famous famous famoms ¬
mous Caverns from BaltinMN had Onto Ontostation Obtstation Ohiostation
station S46 a m Sunday October 14 14Returning HReturninS 14Returning
Returning leave Luray 6 p m m
LAY DEAD AMID A1t ID BUSTLE BUSTLENo
No One Knew It When hen Longshore Longshoremans LongBhoremn Longshoremans ¬
mans mn Life Pa Pallllerl ed Out OutNew Out8W OutNew
New 8W York Oct 10 lIt It does not seem seemFNtftblc soemJcwtWc seemiomblo
FNtftblc that a man could uld Us doad in this thiscity tbl tblallY thiscity
city for twentytour hours in a spot spotwhiah spotwhich
which 11111 is in rul full view few of hundreds constantly con constantly contaUIJy ¬
stantly > passing to and fro without somebo9y some somebody MO O Ooj ¬
body oj making mak c an investigation Stfli Stflisuch StilisUttt t9i t9isods
such a case came to t the attention of till thaauthorities tillauthorftJes theauthorities
authorities this th morning frnln The body c f fJohn rJ fJoint
John J OIm Duffy forty < tr year old a longshore longshoreiriui longsltor1r1U longshoreWsa
iriui lay on the striugpiece fringing the theCunard tileCunard theCunard
Cunard line pier on the North River Riverdose Riverdose Riverclose
dose by the busy Gensevoort Mark Market Marketfrom Iarke Iarkefrom t tfrom
from yesterday y y ncrnbng nx n rninc until this morn morning mornug mornIng ¬
ing when at last i ii occurred to some somebody 10 10bod somebody ¬
body bod to look a MtJe closer at the man manLongshorrmen manIongMoAmen manLongshoremen
Longshoremen wheeled trucks of boxed boxedgoods boxedup boxedgoods
goods up and down past or along the thepier tileXiet theFier
pier truckmtn arrived or departed with witha
a rattle and a crack of whips ships came camein canMIn camein
in and wont out and tugs tU 8 petted up antI amidown anddown
down the river while hlle over in the market marketa
a step tel away a babel La el of mingled sounds soundsar383 IOUMaar soundsarm
arm ar Kvcrythtafc was excitement excitementeverything excitementcvcrythIng
everything was 1 alive except Duffy and andno andno
no one knew W that in the midst of lit litthey ilta iltatbey
tbey were in the presence of death deathThat deathThat deathThat
That fellow has made a strange bed bedsaid bedMid
said < one to his neighbor He will w l get getdrenched getdrenehed getdrenched
drenched there thereDo thereDo
Do him good responded his compan oorapanion companion ¬
ion It will soak some of the bad wide whiskey widekey ¬
key oct of or him Only a drunk come comeWilliam contealDag comag comaWilliam
alDag g
Wn William tam Gabrino of 191 West Thirty Thirtjsecond Thirtysecond
second street a produce dealer was on onhfe OfthJ onhis
his way to Gansevoort Market with his hiefriend hisfriend
friend Bernard Nauss Na this morning morningwhen mornlnrwbra morningwhen
when his eyes lit on the body of Duffy DuffyHe Dalt DaltHe DaffyHe
He remembered that the man had been beenthere beenthere beenthere
there at It oclock yesterday morning and andthought aDdthouPt andthought
thought it strange that no one had gone goneto goneto
to see whether it was possible blo for t r one oneto ODem oneto
to deep so km Ion in what was wa little short hort of ofdeluge atetuge ofa
a deluge delugeCome delugeCoins etugeCome
Come wake up he called calledThere caUet1Tbere calledThere
There was no resistance rel at all The Theshake Theshake
shake almost sent the body into the riverThe river riverThe riverTbe
The river front was as it was yester yesterday yeaterday yesterday ¬
day and as it will be tomorrow throbbing throb throbbin throbbing
bin bing with life lifeTILU1AN UteTILLMAN lifeTILLMAN
TILLMAN ON THE NEGRO NEGRODiscusses NEGRODiscusses NECRODiscusses
Discusses Amalgamation and andEesponsibility andResponsibilitJT aiitlonsibilit
Resl7 Resl7PLEADS Eesponsibility onsibilit m of Whites WhitesPKEADS WlritesPLEADS
PLEADS FOR PURER MORALS MORALSIVonld MORALSonIrI MORALSWould
Would onIrI Do Away with Fourteenth Fourteenthand Fourteenthand
and Fifteenth Amendments and In Introduce Introrlucc Introduce ¬
troduce European Passport Sys System SYHtom System ¬
tem for ior Supervision of the Col Colored Colored Colored ¬
ored Race in the South SouthLittle SOUtllIAttle SouthLittle
Little Bock Rock Ark Oct MLSensdtor 1I5e Tfll Tlqman Tfllman lIItor
man of Sooth Carolina Carott delivered an ad address 1IdItere address
dress here today on the race questtefi questtefiAmong q qotbtr guestidnAmong
Among other things he said saidA aidA midA
A crisis is approaching approachingeye ay It is baere lsltere lslterewhen ere erewhen
when the white bIIe men must D is rule ruJt this tbteSouthland thisifimtbiaad 1
Southland of om 01IIW ours regardteas repII of all 11 the theYaajHMv theYaak
Yaak YaajHMv es between Cape Coiuia ee d he 1t I Iw9 Ia 1iiinee
iiinee w9 sar a ttrfafr twbdm which te avfitwary it itwhich M Mwhich I
which I regret to say I believe It trots trotsand was wasand
and is I the purpose of the politicians in inthe Inthe
the North to so amalgamate the two races racesin raees1ft racesIn
in the South as to make us alt part ne negro De DeSZO noare ¬
are The Southern women are standing standingguard standingpard standingguard
guard at the door of the temple of race racepurity racepurity racepurity
purity and he men are aiding ia the theamalgamation the1p theasnalgamatlou
amalgamation 1p 0I1 There can be no dual dualstandard dualfiandard dualstandard
standard of home life in this country countryWe countryWe countryR
We R e demand and rightly too that our ourwomen ourwomen
women be pure They are with us 1111 and andby aDdby andby
by the living God a white man who will willnot willDOt nInnot
not stand with us should b De made to live liveforever JIveforever liveforever
forever with the wretches with whom he hedelights beeUcbta hedelights
delights to associate associateWould associateWould allllOdateould
Would ould Force Forcelcgroes Xcproes North XorthI
I would like to have all the the negroes negroesmove negroesmove negroesnave
move to the North In fact I have AaveBCbeDIe a ascheme ascheme
scheme by which I believe it fe possible possibleto
to compel many of them to go there therewhere therewhere therewhere
where they appear to be loved so dearly dearlywhere dearlywhere dearlywhere
where the Presidtttt of the United Lntte d States Stateshas Stateshas Stateshas
has sat t down do and eaten wkh one This Thisassociation ThiscIatloft Thisassociation
association of white men with negroes negroesoften ne neotten negroesoften
often times starts the demon in the thenegro UteMPO thenegro
negro which ends hi an assault upon UpOftwllbe a awatte awhite
white woman The negro te Jed to believe believethat believethat believethat
that he te as good as a white man why whynot whDOt whynot
not as good as a white lIlte woman and thenbe then thenhe thenbe
be soon dangles from the end of a rope ropeIT rope ropeIt ropmelf
IT there are men with grit enough to todo 10to todo
do their duty itrtyNow QoNow dutyNow
Now for the remedy In Europe Europewhere Europehere Europawhere
where here every one te white all persons personsmust persshow personsmast
must show their papers I believe the thepassport theJQIIPCKt thepassport
passport system to America would abolish abolishravtehings aboIlshnLvlshlnp abolishtavishings
ravtehings I know the fourteenth and andfifteenth andAneentb andfifteenth
fifteenth amendments would have to bedone be bedone bedGae
done away with When a man leaves leaveshome leaveshome leaveshome
home he would have to present his hispapers hispapers hispapers
papers In addition he would have ve to togive tostve togive
give a good and sufficient reason for forbeing forbeJag forbeing
being abent It would result in the put putting puttl putting ¬
ting tl of the loafers on tho chamgang chamgangwhere cm cmwhere chaingangwhere
where they would be made to work workThe workThe OIk OIkThe
The Herald a Home Newspaper Newspaperat
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come Quicker and better dolly delivery dellyery dollycry ¬
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Heat your rooms where hore other heaters fail failwith fall1th failwith
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TERR TERROR R or THE SE SENew u uN
New N e w V English Warships Warsl arslli ps s Most MostI MostiIV MostWondezfal
I Wonderful iIV onderful Ever BuntQitECY Built BuiltSECRECY BuiltSECRECY
SECRECY QitECY IS ISHcaT3r MAINThillfED MAINThillfEDHcav MAPDheavy
heavy Hcav Broadside FireCombined FireCombinedwith FiredoDlbinednith FireConlbinedwith
with Great Speed SpeedLondon SpeedLondon SpeedLondon
London Paper Prints Data About AboutYcKselx Alt Ab1ut ut utVCIIeI utVesgela
YcKselx Soon to lie Lauuchlid LauuchlidRevelations Launch id idRevelations d dIteclatlons
Revelations Come as a Surprise Ito ItoBritlahShift io ioBritish tollrItJ
British BritlahShift llSlft Snift Bnongh to Catch CatchIUL Catchwithr 1 1tvitU
tvitU IUL Cruisers Crul erH and Able to Sink SinkThem SinkTheD1Vll1 SinkThemWill
TheD1Vll1 Them Will Cost Enormous Sum SuraLondon SumLoIMIoft SumLandon
London Oet 1ITIIe M The Telegraph says y9 it itlearns ItJeaIM Itleans
learns that the three socalled armored armoredcruisers anuoredcnd8entthe armoredCIII
CIII cruisers cnd8entthe settthe the Invincible tble Inflexible 1nAextb1e and andIndomitable andIltabJehleh andIndoadtablewhich
IltabJehleh Indomitable which are now beta being built builton builton builton
on the Clyde and Tyne are in reality a anew an anew
n new W type of battle ship having a broadside broad broadside broedsJde ¬
side nre Are equal to that of the Dreadnaught Dread Dreadnaught Dre d dnaugbt
naught and a much higher speed speedThe speedIM speedThe
The paper says n they will be the most mostwonderful moltwonderful mostwonderful
wonderful ships piI ever hunt Ut for any fleet Seethaving fleethaving eet eethavlog
having greater offensive power than any anytwo anytwo anytwo
two battle ships now in existence exJ com combined combined coinbined ¬
bined with extraordinary extraoccJl ary speed speedThere eedThere speedThere
There has been some mysterious secrecy secrecyregarding secrecyr secrecyregarding
regarding r ng the vessels y l since they were authorised au authorized authorlzed ¬
thorized in the sprta spring of 1546 as was the thecage thecue thecare
cage with 1th the Dreadnaught and the pres present prete1t present ¬
ent revelations crate n U a surprise surpriseThe surprfeeTbe surpriseThe
The new ships will w t be of 173M 11 tons as asagainst asagalnat asagainst
against Dreadraughts 17160 but will be befeet
40 feet longer Their breadth will be 3 3feet 3h 3hfeet 3feet
feet less than the Dreadnaughts DreadnaughtsEach DreadJuulghtLEach DreadmtughtsEach
Each will carry eight 12inch guns gunsagainst guliSapln gunsagainst
against t the Dreadnoughts ten but theirbroadside their theirbroadside theIr1NoIuJeIde
broadside are fire will be identical as the theITreadnaughi theI1readnaughl theDreadnaught
ITreadnaughi is t able to fire only eight uf ufher other ofbet
her guns in broadside while the new newvessels newvessels I IveMeIs
vessels can fire all of theirs theirsThey tbelnrThe theirThey
They The will 111 be equipped with turbine en engines enme englues ¬
glues designed to develop a speed of oftwentyfive Q Qtwentylye oftwentyfive
twentyfive knots but it te likely that on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their trials they will develop twenty twentyseven twentyHVen twentyseven
seven To provide for this high speed speedsomething speedomethll1 speedsomething
something in the weight of armor r has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been sacrificed but otherwise the hulls hullswilt hullsw hullswill
wilt be constructed on the same principle principleThe principleu
u tile LreadnatlghtL LreadnatlghtLThe 1reaaa lIts lItsTIle
The object seems to be to enable them themto themto themto
to overtake and foreign cruisers and sink sinkthem sinkthem sinkthem
them by their tremendous concentratedgunfire concentrated concentratedgunfire concentratedguaftre
gunfire It is expected < they will be short shortly shortIt shortI ¬
ly I launched When completed they t will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably have cost 1759WO pounds sterlhtg sterl sterling sterlms ¬
ing each eachAPOLOGY eachAPOLOGY j
APOLOGY FROM HOBOGSO HOBOGSOiU0 MORo PO POn
4r 4rLn1Op1d
Ln1Op1d iU0 9ffu tt Minister Mln1 lt rC CTSmriere mniCr Vtaa WhlaDIpomatie Wine WineDiplomatic VtaaDiplomatic
Diplomatic Victory at Fez FezTangier Pez PezTaagIer FezTangier
Tangier Morocco Oct 1OStI8taction 1OStI8tactionfor Satisfaction Satisfactionfor
for the recent IHtreatment of a trader tradernamed tradernamed tradernameai
named SUovi a protege of the American Americanlegation Amet1caBJepUon Americanlegatlon
legation in Morocco has been reported by byMinister byXInlster byMinister
Minister Gummere as the result of his hisvisit hisvIaIt hisvisit
visit to Fee The Moroccan government governmenthas CvernmentlaM governmenthas
has promised to comply with every de demand demand demand ¬
mand made by the United States Sta in con connection connectIon consection ¬
nection with the abuse of Staovi StaoviIn SIaoTLIn SleovlIn
In securing this concession from Mo Morocco Morocco Morocco ¬
rocco Minister Gummere has broken brokenkli brokenWI brokenIli
kli records for settling eet a dispute with the theSxtltan tbeSulta theSultan
Sultan and his achievement te the talk talkof talkof talkof
of diplomatic circles circlesAn drcIeLAn drossAn
An apology has been offered by Moroc Morocco Morocco Motorcc ¬
co to the United States for the mistreat mistreatment Jldstreatment mistreatmeat ¬
ment of its protege and the officer responrlbhe re responsible re reaponble ¬
sponsible for the outrage oat has been im imprisoned Imprisoned imprisoned ¬
prisoned prisonedHAY prisonedMAY prisonedMAY
MAY RENEW TRIPLE ALLIANCE ALLIANCEGerman ALLIANCEGerman ALLIANCEGerman
German Foreign Secretarys Visit blt to toHome toRome toRome
Rome Given Significance SignificanceRome SlgnlficnnccOIM SignificanceRome
Rome OIM Oct Id tOoIn 111 Messagero declares declaresthat dec1ar declaresthat 8 8that
that the forthcoming visit of the Ger German Germaa German ¬
man foreign secretary Baron Von VonTschirsky Yonhchlrsk7 Vonrechirsky
Tschirsky has for its real object the dis discussion dl dlea disemedon ¬
Ion of the t question tJon of the renewal of ofthe oru ofthe
the triple alliance The Messagero says saysItaly saysItaly saysItaly
Italy is b in an embarrassing em position positionowing poeIUOl1owing poetUenowing
owing to her h r strong friendship for Great GreatBritain GreatBritain GreatBritain
Britain who perhaps may be compelled compelledto
to t 1 arrest by force the menacing develop developments developmatts developments ¬
ments The Italian government is face faceto faCto faceto
to face with th a great responsibility responsibilityA
A contract for the furnishing of an anentire aneatlre anentire
entire supply of new guns for the Italian Italianartillery Italianartillery Italianartillery
artillery tau been awarded to the Krupp Kruppcompany Kruppeompaa3P Kruppcompany
company The amount involved is ld410OR1 11 I IBJORNSEN
40009 40009BJOBNSEN 410OR1BJORNSEN
BJORNSEN AS KINGS ADVISER ADVISERAged ADVISERAJcd ADVISERAged
Aged Norwegian Writer Helps Shape ShapeXew ShapeXcw ShapeNew
New Nations Policy PolicyTrondjen POlle POlleTrondjen PolicyTronden
Trondjen Norway Norwa Oct 19 IGBjornst IGBjornstjerne 10Bjornstjerne Bjornst BjornstJerne
Jerne Bjornsen is the uncrowned King King1of KinSof Kingof
of Norway orwy As hale at the age of sev seventyfour seventyfour seventyfour ¬
entyfour as most mo t men thirty years his hisJunior hisjunior hisjunior
Junior he is in constant communication communicationwith communicationwith communicationwith
with King Haakon members of the min ministry minJatry ministry ¬
istry and all the parliamentary leaders leadersNo 1eadcn5No ladenNo
No important policy poIl y is shaped without his hisapproval blsaooroval hisapproval
approval approvalHte aoorovalIDa approvalHis
IDa Informal authority is wielded with withthe withthe withthe
the greatest tact tact and to the common commonpeople commonpeoph commonpeopit
people he is no more than the most wide widely Widely widely ¬
ly known and best beloved citizen Uzen of the thecountry thacountT thecountry
country countTBLIZZARD
BLIZZARD AT BUFFALO BUFFALOSnowstorm BUFFALOSnowstorJU
5 5Snowstorm
Snowstorm in the Lake Region Fol Followed Followcrl Followed ¬
lowed by JY Cold WaveNew Wave WaveNew VaTeNew
New New York Oct fA M A heavy snow snowstorm snowstc snowM ¬
storm stc M crm rm set in around Buffalo ADd other otherlake otherlke otherlake
lake ports this afternoon extending as asfar asfar asfir
far west we t as Detroit The snow began to tofall torlu tofall
fall in Buffalo at t oclock and a short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time later had turned Into a fullfledgedbifuard fullfledged fullfledgedbllzsard tul1ftetlged1ttluard
bllzsard bllzsardThe 1ttluardThe bifuardThe
The snowfall at Detroit and nearby was wattexceedingly wasfIIXedlBftJ wasexceedingly
exceedingly heavy Word was received receivedfrom reeeindfrGm receivedfrom
from that section that ten inches had hadfallen badfallen hadTaller
fallen At Cleveland the snow S was fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by a a cold snap that froM up the theore theore theore
ore barges and prevented them from frommaking frommaid frommaking
making maid a landing bindingMemphis landingKempbts landingMemphis
Memphis Tenn Oct 1O WSUght Slight flurriesof flurries flurriesof flurriesor
of snow are reported from various parts partsof parLio partsof
of o Mississippi 118 Arkansas and Tennessee Tennesseeand Tetane Tetaneal14 Tennesseeand
and unusually cold weather prevails but butso buts batso
so far no damage to crops Is reported reportedKnoxville reportednoxville reportedKnoxville
Knoxville Tenn Tenn Oct JO 10A A light 1It t snow snowfell snowfell snowfell
fell in Western West em North Carolina CaroltM South Southwest SouthWtst Southwest ¬
west Virginia and East Tennessee to today to today today ¬
day Crops Cro are not damaged damagedBristol dalnagedBrl damagedBristol
Bristol Brl toI Teas Oct 10 ItUnusually Unusually cold coldweather coldweather coldweather
weather for October prevails here Snow Snowhas SnowMS Snowhas
has been failing all the afternoon and andthe andUe andthe
the nearby mountains art covered whtI whtIthe while whilethe rhilethe
the mercury is down to freezing framingTakoma freezhtgTakomn
Takoma Rye Whiskey WhiskeyFor WJlI WhiskeyFor keT keTFor
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