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THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER.
JJJIJ ISTCLLIOKSCIK in l*7« COSSOUMTE# n 1881.
H utsrt. MKIAH BCnWK, JR.
H A.VN A Ac BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW orric*. ROOM
« DC* Butler Vwildlß*. J«m« nr. , t
ftttllc- W. T. Praetloa in all the eoarta of
WMbintt 00 Territory and ID tbe United
gtatra I*"*! o®ce-
GEOKGK li HI.AKK,
ATTORNEY AT I-AW-BOOMH 25 iXD M
Unian Block, Heattle, «nb.
Special attention: Corporation. iand am]
tritiwn- law.
J. *. GLAWOW. c. r rATTtano*.
Pntt»*rßon Si Gla»*ow.
ATTORNEY* AND COCSSELLORS-AT
law. Office, I<#> Jimw atreet, oppo
llte the Occidental.
IHA AC M. HAI.U
ATTORN KY AND OOOVHKUO* AT
Law. Solicitor in Chancery. Proctor la
Almlrait), and Notary Public. Room X,
tm BntiOiiig, ap*tair>. Mill atreet, Seattle,
W.T. OonwiKauon free.
" I.J. LIOH'I'KNHKKG
(Late of tbe Pennaylvaaia Bar.)
AT LAW-ROOMtI 1 A*li
C 2, rnion Block. Seattle.
HKNBY B. liOOMIH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW-KBHHKT HUM,
comer of Front and Coluiabia ttrecta,
Seattle.
K. K. NICHOIJJ,
ATTORNEY AT-LAW, NORTH YAKI
ma. W.T.
KBKN SMITH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, r. g. COMMlK
■loner and Notary Public. Pine lauda
boa/ht and Hold. Poatofßce box 678, Seat-
Ue. W. T.
WOOD Ac UHBOHNK,
ATTORSEYS AND COUXFLKLLOHJ AT
law. Attention (riven to land litlga
tion, lani titles and j>rui»At*- matter* only.
Boom' fi and 7, Union Block, Seattle.
lICHARI> oft BOX*. TECSYBN P. OYBK.
OBHOKN AT DYER,
LAWYERS,
SEATTLE, W. T.
Rooms 17 and Is. Yeslt r Building, Mill
Street, end of ComnnTCitl. Take elevator.
BABOLD PESSTON, HENRY MCBMD*, '
E. M. CARR.
Mfßride, CHIT AC PROTON,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR* AT j
law. Offices at Laconner, Mount Ver
non and Seattle. Seattle office, Yesler*
Leary bloek. jyl7dw
E)K. GKO. A. KKICH,
OCULIST. AURIHT. LARYNGOSCOPIST,
havlujf retnrued from his trip to the
Bait stid Europe, will be pl aned to meet
hi* former patrons and other* desiring hit*
tender*. »» his former office, in the Yesler-
Leary Block. Seattle. W. T. Residence, cor- 1
net Fourth and Morion. Jyl7dw
UK. JTAHKI B3 H.AHHO'IT,
HOM«KOFATHIST, FORMERLY OF 1263
Washington street, Boston, Massa
chusetts, fives special attention to diseases
of women and children. Those expecting
confinement or stifTeriuft from menstrual
Irregularities should especially consult
her. Call* answered day or night Con
saltation free. Treatment free for those
anable to pay from 8 to 10 a m. Wedu**-
days. Rooms. Kenny Block, Seattle.
UK. F. H. OOK,
PHYSICIAN Si BURGEON. ROOM 17
(Colonial block, ceruer Second and
Columbia MtreetM. Office hours 10 to 11, X
to 4 and nights. Telephone 13*.
C. K. CASK, M. D.
ABDOMINAL SURGEON AND GYNE
oologist
TACOMA, W T.
T>K. K. O. JOHNSON,
1)11 YHICI AN AND SURGEON ROOMS
5V and fiO, Yesler block. Mill street.
Residence, 917 Mill street, between Eighth
snd Ninth streets. Telephone 256.
I>H.. cr. HPrrzY,
(Academy of Parts, 1870.)
SPECIALIST FOR CHEST, LUNG.STOM
C ach, liver and kidney diseases, epilepsy,
paralysis, gout, rheuuiatism. syphilis, se
cret diseases. Lost manhood restored
wltbotit medicine* Consultation In Fng
llsh, German. Fr> rich and Italian. Office,
Post building. Mill street., room f», second
floor. Daily from 10 to 12 a. m.,2 to 4p. m.
UK. H. D. IJONGAKRK,
GRADUATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
Penusylvauia, makes a specialty of
diseases of the eye, ear and throat Treats
private, chronic and skin diseases. Re
moves cancer, tumors and nit ers without
pain or use of the knife.
Office, corner Third and Cherry streets.
Honrs. 9 a. ro to 4 p. m.
T. T. MINOR, M P. A L. a. DAWSON, M ft.
DKB. MINOUTV I>A WHON
pHYSICIANH AND 80 RGEON&
orncss IN orsiiA HOUSS NLOCE.
Telephones: Office, No. K2; Dr. Mluor't
rssMence. No. M
H.J. HOLMKB, M. I).
pHYBICIAN AND SURGEON-OFFICE
A Colonial block. Second and Columbia
streets.
Office Hours. 10 .10 to 12 a. raj 2 to 4,
and 7t09 p. ts. Telephone No. 122.
w. A. SHANNON, M. I>. J. SHANNON, M. D.
Dr». Shannon At Shannon,
I PHYSICIANS AND SURGFONS—OFFICE
Union block, Front street, first floor,
upstairs, room 10. Office open at all hours.
DR. K. K. HII A \V\
1 PHYSICIAN" AND SURGEON. OFFICE,
Colouial block, corner Second and
Columbia streets. Resilience, hi" Third
street Office hours. 9to 10 to a. m., 4to 6
and 7to9p. m. Telephone ITL
S. L. SMITH, M. ft. D arris WIIXAKP, U. D.
DKS. HM I'l'H aV WILhAKI>
I PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS—OFFICE
Pottdn's Block. Front street Offict
hoars—H to 4p. m and 7to* pm.
Mr. ami Mrs. H.«. J. Castle,
HEALERS AND TEACHERS -cams
Uan Science, Mental lli-aling. No. 101.
Bscond street, U-tween Madison audspriur
wattle, Washhigt4»n Territory.
J. e. set'saY. I U *. OWINS.
BCURKY aV OW KNS,
CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND
Coutractors. Kailaavn and other pub
He works desimied and built Once
RoornKSOantl Yesler block, James St.,
eppowiteOc Mental
WKI.CH .V OI.HI-.N'.
rivil. BKTILNEKRS AMI PKAUIHTS
iaen ALI KINDS of MEIBANICAL DRAUGHT
LAIPROTNPTLT ATTENDED TO
JJ*OM H, COLONIAL BLOCK. -TCON.L street.
S. C. ltl'KXrt,
A WHITEST »« ■ >MS H ASI> «>.KKNN\
.* t'-.K-k, TORR.TR « | < OINRNMA
Street*
VIHHKK AC Of .a WW.
ARCHITECTS BITTER'S iim.PlMt.
Jatrn'w «y. t identa 1 Hotel
B. BTRI N M AH.
ARCHITECT ROOM f-. HKISIO BLO'.'K
snd Man on streets.
OARDNKK .V HOGG,
CIVU- AMI MINING KKGINKKRS
Rooms 36 and 57. (Tuiou Block. Tsk
•levator
'OHN .1 \ Mi KK
4 nv.KNKY. V r\KY \M> > RYKY
g* ** *•' praeti< before the Tnittd
<Vntcst> initiated, con
•tried and defend* d Timber Ur.d « «vh.
iJm i'* l i XMa ,t *overumel»t land se
J?i , '* n d Settler* located. To«n»hipp *t*
; <"**unr> corrected up
drv m! o 1,: f«'Und st iv,v office. Ad
ys* ra) is City. Ku •«, u:itv W . r
®aOLKKA DAWUBT,
('"KNKk Fo! KILT A\L> ' > I STRVKT.
>■ "S'.liSt. of I!v , ■ \ ..
and <-hiVr*' * r * disrates .1 uoineu
•aaehlldni. Jlidwtferj • »p«. a" >.
Ttie first Regiment Armory
CAN BE RENTED
F <» Fair*. B»U« uud } mertuiu
■Oßtl.
CHARLES II KITTINiiER
Sc-rri tary.
# A. HASBROUCK 4. CO.,
•**au, and rtmunioi
DSUOOI3XS
AHB DKAI.BU »
Photographic Supplies.
»t-. Haaltlr. «. T.
W Seattle
PROPERTY.
60 60
ALL WE HAVE LEFT IS
SIXTY LOTS ONLY.
THIS
White & Manning
.ADDITION
IN
West Seattle
.
Has Gone With a Rush.
.
November 7th we placed
this choice addition of 480
lots on the market, and
already 420 of them have
been sold.
Come at once if you wish
to secure a lot in this addi
tion.
SIOO, $125, $l5O, $175,
and $200; one-half cash,
balance in six months, with
out interest.
Remember the fact that
we are owners and not
agents, therefore we can sell
you cheap. Buyers save the
commission in purchasing
direct through us.
WHITE4CQ,
CORNER
Co&itrcial aid Jactoi Sis.,
SEATTLE, W. T.
11AM
w. p. BOYD & CO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS
op
GENERAL DRY GOODS!
OTT 33. STOCK OF
TABLE LINENS, LUNCH CLOTHS, NAPKINS,
TOWELS AND TOWELING
Ia» the bent and mwt complete we have evtr
offered our trade, and contain® tsome en
tirely new and unique denigns.
Blankets Blankets Blankets
In white, gray and all the Taney colons from
the moNt reliable laotorien, bought at the
lowest caiih prices, and will be Hold in like
manner. Also
FULL LINE OF CRIB BLANKETS.^
Now is the time to purchase advantageously.
PORTIERE DRAPERIES, LACE AND DRAPERY
CURTAINS, TABLE COVERS and FURNI
TURE DECORATIONS.
621 and 623 Front Street,
SEATTLE. W„ T. <«»
CAPITAL, SIOO,OOO
TRCBTEE3: \ 4aV|«
J. FUETM, Caahler Pmret Sound Nat'nl Bank .
B. O. Warv*. Strove. Hainea A. McMicken. ▼
Attorney*.
A. B. HTI» ART, Stewart & Holme, Droit Co. .
DR. T. T. MINOR, Minor* Dawron, I'bj-,1- •
J. P. HoT-r,Man*'r D. Hortou * Co..Banker, UitV *
B. OATzaaTjiehwabaoher Broa. ACo.,Mfhta •
11. D. Seattle Hardware
Company. _ Xf
H. H. Lswi*, Turner. Engle A Lewia
EX-Gov. E. P. KERRY, Vice-President Page ®
Hound National Bank. *
J. P. HOYT, PRESIDENT. JAMES BOTHWELL, SECRETARY AND MANAGER.
Removed to 029 Front Street, toot of Cherry. <Uw
OCCASION SALE!
• A Job Lot of 500 Dozen
LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS,
HANDSOMELY? EMBBOIDEKED.
To be Closed Out at 25 Cents.
Xj-A-TOTnR, &c CO.
<>p«?p» Itloi'k. Front street.
FREE OF COST.
Eshelman, Llewellyn & Co.,
THE REAL ESTATE AND MONEY BROKERS
OF THE PACIFIC COAST.
Extend a cordial INVITATION to all VISITORS to SEATTLE, well as to all resi
dents, to call at their office.
POST BUILDING, MILL ST., SEATTLE,
And spend a few minutes' lime in DIHEC TINO rKIMTKI* DF.9CRIPTI\*
M \ rTi:H OK DttTTLK AM» W A«HIMiTON to Ti.ur friendsand ae
qnainiamr* East. FREE or COST TO YOC. And if yoa should wish to plant
some money In the
Future Great City i Pacific Coast
• Z
THE ONLY SEATTLE IN AMERICA.
Wt can tell you lots iu
iROSS' SECOND ADDITION FOR $175 OR S2OO.
This is the maunfacturing center of Seattle.)
Or lots in other well located additions; or business and residence lots on the best
streets in Seattle: or suburban Mot ks aad a res. It will pay you to call. This is
vour one chance iu s lifetime to secure fortune, contentment and happines*.
1 is.ii ibe too late to secure a seat that artil provide for your future, and thst of your
wife and chi dren cattle %ill double in population in 12 months. Railroads,
capitauM* snd population arv coming to cattle. Become one of her prosperous
nuiri.» b] %ecuring a fooihod while you hare s chance health is now within
your grasts have faith, invest and become a fixture in the New York of the Pacific.
COLLECT INSTEAD OF PAY RENTS. BE YOUR
OWN LANDLORD.
LOOK IIST AT THE
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR WINDOW
A>" 1 1 sac TMI
BEAUTIFUL COMBINATION MUSICAL DRESSING CASE.
Any one purchasing f 1 worth, or over. is entitled to s ticket in the ca**. worth |JOO.
The drawicf oil I take piare January l.a: the UOl-I»KN kf LK BAZ AAR. and
will be managed by s • ommittt* of ticket-holder*
P.t- KMBW «"»
PILE COVERING
GULLINE A CAMERON." SEATTLE *
VN •" AGENTS FOR W.T. & B.C.
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON' TERRITORY. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1888.
A TEMPESTS FURY.
New England's Toast Strewn
With Wrecks.
TERRIBLE LOSS or LIFE.
I Snow All Oser New Tork and
New England A Gsle on the
Great Lakes Heroic Work of •
Brave Ban*! of Volanteer Life
carers on the Massachusetts Coast.
|
| NEW Toil, ROT. 36.—' The first snow
| storm of the winter, which raged ia this
! city and along the seaboard of the N»-w
[ England and Middle Slates, was of blix-
I rard vigor. It is now abont over in this
vicinity. but ia still raging unabated along
the New Eog and coasL Telegraphic com
| muoicanon with that section is almost
| suspended The Western Ci ion has no
wires between this city aud Philadelphia,
thus shutting off all southern points. The
Associated Press Washington circuit,
which usuallv runs from this ci*y to Pbiia
i '.elpbia. Baltimore nud Wt«ai Tgtosj
! was this morning made up by wav
•f Buffalo, Cleveland and Pittsburg. The
( storm along tbs coast, all the way from
i Hatteras, haa been very violent. Jt is
: feared many marine disasters have oc
f curred. although it will require some davs
before reports begin to come ia. as the
storm would drive -esse Is off shore.
The Western Union succeeded at noon in
opening < ommunication with Boston, and
a few wires were a: that time working -
with Philadelphia. An As»ociated Press
man at Quarantine telegraphs as follows
"Noarrivale; wires all dowu. No veasel j
anchored off here except the cruiser Bos ;
ton, which still lies in the same position, j
I have not been able to get off to her yet,
as it still blows a fresh gale from the
northeast, with a high sea. The beach
along the Staten Island shores are full of
drift wood and wreckage."
SNOW I* SOUTHERN WIW YORK.
CaVaJoffjUtlß. X. Y.. Nov. 36 —At 7 1
o'clock last night the Mohawk valley was
four inches under snow, and the storm
was still prevailing. The Erie canai is
filled with boats stalled or ftariugto move.
A BARK WRE< KED.
Lawts. Del.. Nov. *2r> —The Americaa
hark Morro(,'astle.bound from Philadelphia
for .-an Francisco with 610 toas of coa , ar
rived at I»e)awere breakwater Saturday
night shortly before miduisht. At 9 o'clock
Sunday morning the bark's cables parted
and she wan driven on to the breakwater,
where she went to pieces. The crew were
safely lauded.
L®WES, Del., Nov. 26.—Five barks and
three scho'tiers are reported to this point
as haviug been wrecked on the coast.
TREMENDOUS BREAKERS.
ATLANTIC CITY, Nov. J6— The storm
yesterday brought an extraordinary high
tide, with tremendous seas. A crest deal
of damage has been done along the ocean
boulevard.
TWENTY-EIGHT LIVES SAVED.
The Noble Work of a Crew of
>la**aehu»etts Volunteers.
BOSTON, Nov 2t>.—The terrible effects of
last night's storm have beeu everywhere
manifest along the coa>t to-day. Al
though the lose of life already reported is
large, it would have been still greater but
for the brave efforts of Capt. Joshua James
and his volunteer life saving crew of Hull,
who are credited with having saved UH
persons from disabled vessels.
On Sunday afternoon a large three
master went broadside on the beach at
Hull. Cant James and his men rushed
for:tne Hunt guns, breeches buoy and
the life-boat of the Massachusetts Humaue
Society at atouy Beach, aud aftei strenu
ous efforts they succeeded iu briugiug
ashore the crew of nine ineu from the
schooner, which proved to be the Cox <k
Green from Philadelphia for Chelsea with
coal. The vessel is now fast breaking up.
A PERILOUS TRIP.
Hardly had the band of rescuers com
pleted their work at this place when
auotber vessel was discovered ou the rocks
about eight miles up the beach, hut further
from shore than the other. Hurriedly
rushing their apparatus to a more availa
ble location they found that the distance
was too great to allow the use of the
breeches buoy, aud the surf boat wss
quickly manned. The waves were tremen
dous and it wss only after a hard aud per
sistent struggle that the vessel w as reached,
their boat twice swamping la the attempt.
The boat was at last brought under the ves
sel's bow. aud the crew of eight men swung
themselves into it. The return to the shore
was a perilous trip, the boat filling several
tiroes, but it was finally thrown on tke
beach among the rocks, by a huge wave
aud entirely smashed.
A NEW BOAT AND ANOTHER RESCUE.
The volunteer life saves* continued their
patrol of the beach aud at da> light sighted
a third vessel ashore almost half a mile
northeast. She could not be reached by
the breeches buoy.and as their surf boat
had been demolished the tireless men
sta.ted for Strawberry Hill station, four
miles away, aud returned with the Humaue
Society's new t>oet, wh'th stood the huge
breskers and lauded the crew of seven
men.
SAVED FROM THE RIGGINO.
Not satisfied with the work already ac
complished. Captaiu James and his baud
of U stsrted for Atlantic Hill, seven miles
down the beach, where two more rebels
were reported ashore. Here they were
joined by ( apt James Anderson. of the
Humane Society station at Crescent Beach,
aud rapt. Oeorge H. Brown, of the govern
ment station at North Seitnate. Their
efforts were directed to the rescue of five
men, who could be ?wn clinging to
the rigging of one of \h>- Teasels.
The sea was running higher than
ever known before at this point, aud it »a*
thought impossible to reach the wreck
with the surf boat. The Hunt gi»ns were
brought into use. aud two lines were al
most simultaneously fired across tier fore
top bv t'apts. Anderson and Brown. The
men iu the rigging eagerly seized the lines
and a hawser was pulled atntard, but just
as the buoy was arw»ut to be sent out the
line bet ante fouled and the buoy rendered
useless. At this critical moment three
young men of Coha»set named Ain ie, An
toine and Salvador, manued a small dory
snd «* gr»at peril attempted to
clear the liue. In this they were
unsuccessful. Tie surf b« at was
then put «>ut on its third perilous j >urney.
The wares w*-r«- enormous, at tim - lifting
the boat as high a* the ma-ts of the dis
abled schooner, bvt tte brave Crew never
faltered, an* at last reached the vessel's
stern As quick a* they were within hail
ing distance a nearly exhausted sea in a a
crawled out from under a furled sail on the
mizren-top and « ame cautiously down the
shrouds. ( apt. James threw him a line
which he fastened aroaud his body. and
lumped into the seaand was rapidly drawn
into the boat by strong and willing hand*.
A desperate attempt wa« then made to
force the surf boat forward to the foremast,
but the waves would beat it back, aud for
neariy an hour they ttnajrvted be
fore they succeeded in reaching and
holding their desired position. Jhe men
iu the r.Eriug were terriblv exhausted. *nd
it wss s difficult undertaking for them to
descend, but. one after snother, four of
them descended in safety. Jumped over
board, aud, like the flrrt were drawn iuto
th«- t*>at It »as then discovered that the
fifth sailor iu the rigging was a corpse. aud
his bod % wa» left ;n its icy resting place.
The surfboat wss needed for the shore, and
a safe lauding wa» effected, amid the
cheers of the spec tators.
A roar»B I AhHf l> TO THE MA«T.
When the rtorm itru-k the veiwi
: i'apt. Kaie# and one refuned t<. *o
! aloft, and they wen- swept overboard. Th
other* took to the rigging, where Meward
j 1 Hrouu. of £a>t lUwtcn. btina nta>.ie to
w *fc«?and the cold, died rarly Sundar
morning and wa§ lathed to the maat by hi«
I c«tmf*anioni If the vessel rtdea out the
itorm. *1 now «« en:» likely, the i>ody will
!
A boat 1000 feet n >rthwe*t of thii N>af.
high and dry upon the landy bea< h. with
in reaching distance of Damon > (kavillon.
lie* the three master Mattie E l-lafou, from
Boston for a port ia with
a ceneral rargo. The raptam and
crew were in the ringing eight hoftrt be
fore she *!ru« k. but they succ«-ede<l in
reaching shore iu safety in their bc»at
iALUSFDOJILD AT
Still another v«***el su seen <3rifting
aU-Qt by the untinng btsd of
and, cettinc m re*]*»nse to thri*e af'easpt*
to j tt-- life lin*'*, the vesaei
! boarded by the caUant rrew. but no one
was «ts board It was the lingantiaa Alice,
abandoned The crew returned to the
shore, aud their uoble work wu done.
IN NEW IX.LAND
A Mantle of , »nowr--Tarrible Loaa of
Lifa.
Bo*T«s. Nov. 3^—-SiK inches of sat w has
fallen iu Ka«tern Nlaasachusetts and is
b>wu iato dr.ft*
In New Hampshire five inches of
| ha« fallen, and the same is true of Yer
j raoct.
At Mass the slorm was the worst
for ara
The arhooaer Avelona dragged ashore
oo ?ipe«acie i»)aad daring the »*«»rm yea
ter da» hbe will probably doat when the
weather moderate*. The AN kiua expert
ecced a lerrige ga'-e In the hay, during
which three of h*r crew was washed over
board and ioaL n*e names are ( hariea
Blackford. »hn DooceUe aad James Todd
ail hekmrinx to Lirertoe, H s.
Tbe acbooner lallff of Fall River la
ashore a: Hall Cat>t WsTrara and tbe
firm mate are reported low
The schooner Gen ran- i« asUwr here
H»KTia«. Slaaa.. NOT J6.-Th. pretest
•tomo is tbe worst eTer erperieto-ed a*
tbia tire of tbe year. Tbe wind blew a
hnmeaae and tbe wa drifted to tbe
beifbt of three or foar feet. Horse~rar»
were suspended an«J religions serrioe*
abandoned last night Th« wWphont.
aod eiwtnc li|tit wir»« are
<w>wn. the drain* f«L ! , aud the vtrerts
Mti
Firr*** rm* taxe* u*»r.
Hk tTTATiL Mml. NOT We IOM of
We i» reported by the wrerk ihi*
ia«>min« of the }arre fi<h:n* »cbooner
Edvard Norton, which went a»b«*rv on
First Cliff point at iJI last nirht and im
raediatelj went to Ttr crew con
sisted of V 6 men and perished
A TEEEIBLC JTJGKT.
Poiiuxd. Me.. Nov. .Sl—4'ap?. Trundy.
of the Cntted States life-sarinit statin, re
port? "No vessel nahted sir.ee yesrenJar
mornini. Saturday ni)?bt we MV f-cverai
runnir* for sbclter. as we sup»pused.
help anything off this coaat last night.
Capt. Tmndy added that it had been the
wor*t day he erer experienced.
ON THE GREAT LAKES.
Veaaeli Driven Ashore and
Loat—Sailors Drownttl
KurosTuH, OntL, Nor. 26.—-The schooner
Jaha was driven ashore at eouth Bay j«r»int
and is ponnding heavily, A ateamer Lss
ttotw wMr rescue. Tbe schooner Cora
Post is sab ore on Bell's point, aud the seas
are break ins over her. Tbe schooner W
Y. Preston is ashore on Wolf s inland, and
breaking up in tbe rale.
PORT Hraos. Mich, Nov. JR -The steam
er F. W. Wfceeler reports pickinc tip the
crew of a foundered vessel on Lake ilnrou
this morning. Tbe name of the craft was
not ascertained.
Of w 800, N. V.. Nov. 25. —A tow of lum
ber rafts and caual boats are wrecked at
Cape St. Vincent on Lake Ontario. Toe
storm is terrific.
COLORADO TRAIN ACCIDENT.
Two Tas»enger Trains Meet at Fnll
Speed.
DZKYBK, NOT. 26.—A fatal accident oc
curred »a the Denver & Rio Grande tra«k
at a little station named Ha«ted. 1T» mile*
north of Colorado Springs this morning,
by which t»o men were killed ami several
fatally wounded. The Rock Inland use the
track of the Rio Grande from Colorado
springs to iHrn ver. The Salt Lake express
on the Rio Grande pulled out of Palmer's
Lake eight minutes late, and was thunder
lag down the divide at SO mile* an hour.
One mile south of liusted the track makes
a sharp curve, ou turning which the engi
neer was horrified to see rapidly approach
ing the Rock Inland express. The engi
neers and firemen of both train* jumped,
and a moment after the engines came to
gether with a thundering t rash, teiescop
ing the cars of hoth traiu* and rendering
them a mas* of broken timbers and iron.
The upsetting of a stave in the Rio Grande
baggage car set fire to the traiu, aud before
it could be extinguished three cars wen'
consumed. but fortunately no oue Mas im
prisoued iu them.
On investigation it was found that only
two trainmeu were killed, W. H. Phillips,
express messenger, aud J. H. Flvnu, bag
gage master, both of the Rock Island. The
wounded are Martin Munroc. engineer
of the Rio (irande traiu: alight fra lure of
the skull and badly hurt internal!}, will
probably die. Joseph Berry, engineer of
the Rock Island: head cut and badly
bruised. Harry £mith. fireman; badiy
scalded and head cut. The firemau of the
Rio Grande train received fatal injuries.
Several others were more or leas injured,
but uot seriously. The responsibility, it is
claimed, rests with the traiu dispatcher.
THE HAKKISON HOMK ( Lt B.
Ita Existence to Continue as a Pollt-
leal Reform Society.
INDIANAPOLIS, NOV. 26.— Yesterday was
the quietest day the president has enjoyed
since the election, lu the forenoon he*at
tended church a» usual, and after dinner
weut out for a long walk, coming down
town iu the course of his ramble. To day
he passed a qaiet but busy day in bis li
brary. He had few callers.;
The Harrison Home Club, an organize
tiou witn a membership of TO) prominent
ludiauapolis Republicans, and which did
seme very effective work in the general s
interest at Chicago aud through
out the campaign. has decided
to maintain a permanent organiza
tion. Handsome headquarters will be
opened, where newspapers and |»olitical
literature of every kind will be kept and
out-of-town visitors euteriaiaed. Pending
the iutervaSs betweeu elections the club
will demote its attention to securing the en
actmeut of laws looking to the amendment
of the present election lsws, for the purifi
cation of elections and the punishment of
fraud and bribery. It is believed this will
prove one of the first clubs iu the I'nited
Slates incorporated for this purpose.
WORSE THAN INDIANA,
The War Wh of Chlcigo Boys
Dismay M Gen. Crook,
CHICAGO. Nov. jtj.—Gen. Crook was in
duced by the directors of the Waifs' Sun
day school to address 12ft) Chicago street
urchin* st a Thanksgiving dinner yester
day afternoon. The subject of the address
wss to be his experience with Indians
The result was amusing to all but the
noted Indian fighter. Almost before he
knew it the general had a I-ad case of stage
fir.ght, the little street savage* receiving
him with uch paralyzing veils and other
like manifestations of deviltry extraordi
nary, thst the nubduerof redskins lost his
voice completely anil wss obliged to
retire to hi* sest, looking a* fatigued as
though he had just come beck from a Ma
days' fight with Geronimo. Nevertheless
the dinner wes the greatest success of the
kind that ever took place iu Chicago.
THERE WILL BE NO FINEKAL.
A Penusylvaitla Teamster Blown to
At"iu« by Nltro-Glycerlna.
PITTSBURG, Nov,2ft.—"l>oe Haggcrty was
uuloadiag glycerine at Plea>autvilie. Ve
nango county, at n«*>n to-day. He had 1040
pounds of it In a wagon. It exploded by
some means and Hacg»rty was literally an
nihilated Parts of his twe horses were
fonud half a mile a*ay. Mrs. Gutscbaw.
in a house in the vicinitv, was seriously
injured by the side of it being blown In.
The explosion was heard at Oil City, twelve
miles distant.
81. If KBt'KN CHALLENGED.
Judge Rocker Should Eight the
President, Too.
LEXINGTON. Ky , No* KT.— J C. Moore,
of Ifc-nver, is here. He is supposed to bear
a «hallengc to senator Bla< kbarn from
Judge Racker.
I>KNV IK, Nov. 26.—The report from !>ex
ington, Ky.. that Col. John C Moore was
there beariag a challenge from Jadge
Rnckcr b» Senator Black barn is untrue.
HE a\ I HEK-s rifEH IN
•lay Gould to lla*e ISought
the %trhlson telrgraph I.lne.
OiriCO, S»>v. ">'• —l* » reported that
Jav Gem Id i a- botxght the lei- trraph lines
of "the Atchlsou, Topeka A Santa Fe for
1300.000.
Apaches to Iw Tied f r Murder.
Tvrso*. NOV The four Apa*he msii
jlV9ieMM . l '» Jnn«\ I*7. mutinied
t sod .-»« aprd witfei < ihcr Indiiop from the
«v»erv«t !<•»». aud who were a fer wards rap
tored and »- ei.c«-d by court martial to
imprlsoanieul al A atrsz. but wrfr par
| dosed bv ti..- |*r« * <l»-nt three weeks a*o,
*e:v br, - r* i - ♦r» n»«'a* and will be tried
f©rt'e«*»u rofM »e «»ra -> a: d a man
named IMe 1 « untied after leaviag the
! res* nitiui
%-I w IV \% alkie* Hatrh
SE* Y« K NOV AS F**rty on# men
%'atrd .. ** tramp in Madison
Square 4tar »-• ni*::t. At midnirht to
| night l * leaden wa*: M*»re
; !^, t i* *• c#'ol I-J. « ~mer
j fcj.'.. H t\ m 125, Day 117, Noreasne
' ia». Hu- - ». fl (c)miu 111. Hart 114,
; Caxnpa >a 1
Fatal i»»iler Ksplwsloa.
PtTT»»rE; NoV. jt. -A ' . "r i:
Pa »j"' * The
, holier tif K* st sawtnlo exploded *te
da*. kis.iug <ie<or*e Kelly, sawyer: Jesse
? Mali. S*« r > a i and Leslie « r<«a». a arraer
I Lewi* Ka »n ws* badly s*aMtd, but
may re< « v»r
, t>*l kD"r Will "Ho 1 |»" .4 ustralia
WASMIXOTOV SI>R. 3FT. — the
• »ar-n<a.l - »o defeated lYemt r Mnrday,
; will leave he-e aU-at the m.dd e of the
i we* k f-.r 'JI r ran iso«, whence he expects
-a..l fo- \ .it-* ;a to n«t the crack row
jer»oftUt • ntry.
A ISii k i'Mklir ladlcted.
Cmi iiv», Nov. 16.—The grand jury has
indicted T ho*aa* Ta- man, caahier of the
defunct 1 a k-rV bank on i. r.am»fr»
bexxiemeu' .• a:-'Ot H» OTO of
dep<*:t*. knowing the a;* was insolvent
A Ta »ma Thief Arretted.
SAS fkiynvA K«ir. #-Tbe
have arrested W. E. McKeana, who is
wanted ir Tar<*mao» a charne of rran l
iarrenv. f.-r -:eaitng* quantity of )e***rT
sf,enff W St. of TaA 'rtiui. arrived an the etty
radurday.
To l>a*'» Hfealfcar.
| j* A 9 r*A*ci9CXi. 3fov. > —lndication* fen
-24 h.-ar» fi>r ure«on aai WaibiDftoo T*rrt
torv Haiu In :ha wntem portion, trym
i northward, fair weather eke
w£*e re
REP FIRE.
Typical Chicago Anarchist
Entertainment.
A N.% KCII Sr M>AY SCHOOLS.
Powderlj on thr Floor
of the (>tseral \*«rmhl» by
Chic-***'* thief Sm iatiat.
rmcA«o. Not. sax— Anarchists and syta-
I pateirers held a meeting _ast night in The
suburb of Lake View, which Vsad been
advertised as a free entertainment. After
gymnastic exercises and singlng.th? carta! a
over tbe stage went up. disclosing a tab
.eanx. the feature of was a whit*
tarn of August Spies. In the rear wa* a
fma'.e. personating the iioddes of liberty
I To her right wa» another, representing Jua
; with sword and trait* ia hand, bat
• her arm was held by a little gir!. who
? seemingly nointrd at the Goddess of Liber
ty. NtXt waa a man la black. represent
ing the law His hands were throwu B)>
and a tpyical anarchist held a sword u> his
t>rea»L in front was anot'ter anarchHt.
armt-d with an axe, Beneath bis feet
were the stars aad strspe*. and over his
| head waved the crimson Uae.
. Several eitums of l*ke View manifested
disapproval of the tableaux and left the
J hall, but a majority of those frsetnt ap
j planded wildly
The police say they will wot allow a repe
, tition of such an "entertainment."
ANARCHIST HI'NDAY BCUOOU.
Teaching the Vounj Idea flow to
Shunt.
I'mcASo, Nov JR.—The exctuiiv* com
mittee of the newly organized local aaar
chist society known a» the Arbeiter Kuud
has issued a circular calling a large taass
meeting next Sunday for the purpose of
devising means by which To fouud anar
chist schools for children throughout the
city. The circular was freely alistribated
yesterday, it iuvitesall anarchists toiu
vestimate the society's schools, of
which there are six jn Chicago, each lo
cated in the rear or in bascnit-ut* of sa
loons.
One of the schools, in the back room of
Ractiau Brothers' saloon. on I.incoiu ave
nue and Ha! stead street, was found to con .
tain >esterday afternoon liOchildren rang
in? from five to 14 years of age. seated on
Jong benches, listening intently to what
the tc«cher* were explaining to them
aU>ut Julian Most. The teachers told •
the children that Spies and i'ar*oi>s had
been murdered by capitalist*. and referred
to the dead anarchists a* martyrs.
I'OWDEULV'D FIRST OEFEAT. '
Shilling, the ( hit R|w Socialist
thief, ttrtually Simtalned.
Inmaxapglis, Nov. 2d.— ln the Knights '
of I.abor convention this morniug the
relevance committee occupied the time.
In the case of the contesting delegations j
from district assembly «, New York, that .
headed by James K. Qainn was recognised
Powderly says he is sorrv he w«« re
elected. a» ht* has been ottered a better t
Job, one paying ft4M* for three months' .
work.
The busiuessof the afternoon was uearly
all of a routine character. <>ne of the
first thiugs done on reassembling was the
passage of a resolution to adjourn the as
sembly sine die to-morrow at noon.
The committee oil appeals au«i griev
ances resumed work. The only case of
imports nee considered was that of George
Schilling, who as master workman of dis
trict av>embiy of Chicago suspended
local assembly 400. The local appealed to
the general master workmsn, and was by
him reinstated. Schilling tnereupon ap
pealed the case to this body, on the ground
that the master workman of a district a*
semblv, sud uot tne general master work
man. had authority to suspend local as
semblies.
During the hearingof the case hchiliing
vigorously denounced l'owderly on the
: door of the assembly. When Schilling
i concluded his statement General Master
' Workman Powderly took the tloor au<l ar
gaed in justificati nof bisection, by claim
j ing that when a dispute arose tut ween the
district master workman and the general
; master workman, the latter being the supe
rior officer, was eutitled to authority. The
dsl«ate being closed the geueral assembly
first refused to sustain Powderly's action
in reinstating the local cssembly, and then
refused to endorse Schilling's sppea!. By
a small majority vote the whole matter
was then referred to the new geueral exec
utive beard,
i A number of other unfinished appeal
' cases were referred to the executive board.
) The newly elet ted general officers were ia
; stalkd this aftemooa.
» To-merr->w the legislative committee will
' suits t a report It is understood that R.
j1» Layton aad Balffe luanmout will con
j stitute the new committee ou national leg
| Ulation, with l,a)tou as chairman
The following named cities are appli
cants for the place of holding the next
general assembly: Toronto, t auada: At
lanta. Ga.; New Orleau*, Toledo, Albany
aud Providence, It is thought to-night
that either Toronto or Atlauta will be
choeen.
M AON 1 KICK NT SIGHT*
Great Waves I»a*hing Madly an the
Cape May Beach.
! C am: M \Y, N. J., Nov. 2*.—Sea- are beat
ing heavily agaiust the uew bulkhead of
j the new Mt. Vernon tract. The spray i»
: Hying higher over the board walk at the
! lower end of the city than has ever beeu
known. The iron ocean pier remaius yet.
I Above the city the sea has cat away the
beab from 10 to 15 feet. The signt Is
I a magnificent one and is witaeseed by
; almost the entire populace of the citv The
Half-w ay bouse, just within the city limits,
is a complete wreck, aud now lies flat
upon the ground. The board walk ou the
OoulevsM owned i»y the city, extending
from Michixsu avenue to Chelate, is
almost entirely carried away.
The beach Is strewn for miles with de
bris. The strong wind had a clean • ween
at the water in the thoroughfare as it
rolled towards Baltic avenue this mornim;
; it; most alarming volume Resident*
along the greater part of the avenue were
com pel led to use boats to get away from
I their flooded homes.
THE SWITCHMEN DEFEATED.
' Collapse of the Railroad Strike at
ladlanapolla.
IJUHANAPOLIS. Nov. 2k—The switch
| men s »trike did not exteud to-day to the
j engineers or Art men. a* was anticipated,
i The >ttuN?lou remaius unchanged. except
; that all the r .wis were moving trains to
> day. aud to-uight the bl«* kade is nearly
■' o*en "me New mm are spplylug \->>
work «t every office, and tne superin
'.ettdents say the} wi>l have no difficulty la
I supplying every striker's place within the
next few da vs. The day. taken ** a whole.
' Vk» rather disastrous to the strikers, and
j there i» a visible weakening manifested by
; some of their uwm-'-er.
Th«* general ofttffi of th* Locomotive
Bmtberh.**l and Kir»neu i AMoriaUeo
did not put iu t&eir kjifCtnuMC today, as
itwa- fiuo out the* Wi»uld It cannot
be re la ly as* rtaine* tnat either of theae
onran.iat'on* ;.av«- tak'-n any **rp toward
assisting (if sustain >uk the strikers.
lit IN AT MANHATTAN BKAC M
I'art c t the Marine Kailruad and
KrlKbl' n Kailrond Tarried Away.
MAIUATTAK RIICI. I* I. S.»v jf. the
tempe»t reached it* h»*be*t •trensta here
at | ;> m fceday. Thv-n the tide being
very hiich and tne bn ak- rn tr<-mendott«,
with a Mrotuc northeaat wind driving them
<»a the ♦upla'iai> wruch raat al.-rg the
wno'.e of the Manhattan Ikf h < omuni i
property. *u»a? feel an ihr«/wn hs*h in
the atr an 1 fr >n» one end t<» th?
■rther. Immed * ely afti r the depot at the
W. *t end of tne kU-i.i* r*i.r-»ad wa» »wept
int«> the a«* bodiH. * d in a few miua<e«
•' wore fuliv t ;?d «»f thw track uf tlie
r«.4id wa» a'.Mi earri a*ar.
Tbe Urtahtvu paviiiot. wa« away,
and it:« are-! re* of »ne A*
weii e» tt Nn'iuf ra '.r. ad ati'l end
>lepot, wid go *t :V- uekt high tide If the
ftorm t'lOtiHQri.
TII »: R;niri u<H 8 r.ursrn,
The <<■>■ »li*ia \e»ti«*«»g f*r •
santle "Strike
»r S • 'p -A p«p**r «ay*
Althou>t.». &* +* <*■* h
ral tra V w • ' - %*e wot received an.s
'toe ..rraniJa
U*m of an . a tit to tie car
rled thmuxb a t runsentl«b of th«
Aotcn**w fr-'.-?*'.( 'l wtis- h i> t»i
meet iu t is -
do*bt « at t is well wndei
way A*■ n« a a niiwf and urxing ii
has hre3 *n* t»t t.. all or a * rations sup
l>'<eed fc (sUH »-Web a *ch» me, aod tt WSil
pronab y *ms the iewd ng work of th« Ci«
\.-otion . ,
The A«aertcaa fcic ai;*ta a-e th" pnsben
of ta sc' em*-, and )! »« t •Ir id« ato hav«
,t come P» a <* n iu Wo. i'.e W'»'4tla re
suit of arhich wWi *• •-' »• ai strjke.
A Terrible t» «*er Kipl
Clj*. l*> Aft, Nov JL-A
asett* « C tiraa. I»d . spMlal »afS Tha
boikr in the * hair faeto y at tha* vibage
expl<<ded 'h • mora w kjlgag >»•
Befit, John »ta?k and mm
|iwt M>rereh u»)an*»g Fr-d Ursts. engineer,
.r»ci;a« I>C imeun-
I* rAKLUHE/T.
**• riaheela* Treaty and the Saek
*"l* lafldfat- lrl.li Owtrag. •-
lx>*tS'>. NOT. * —ln the ho«se ef roa
sou to utgfit Omtriey, liberal, a>ked if tbe
corrtapoodeace on tbe A men,-an ftaherte*
I <iae»tl,«i >a< to be whether it
was tbe inM!»n ri tbe *or»nimeot to
oe««ia!e for a are WMMOO. . and
, ».**">" " "eaatirae. o« „ « to the
ai«rr*eeoe of .real „p:nioa relaiee to lh«
tneaaia* ef tbe trrai* of l»;- \ w « - n
sanded U> ra*pead the cnfcwrt iaee;, f ;ts
previstoas.
aa '"a I*,'iv .Json, parliamentary aee~
f°r tbe forrifa office curtl* rf i.l'etJ
tbal tbe nneraaeit wiS: uo« publish an*
J-apeta nof make an? Hate on the »«
j »aet at & reseat a a*lu rimli uin op
i cratioa.
Smith. gwerasatat leader. *epl vine lot
' queatiou. intimated that the
undertbe pretest r.reutr#ta*icv» «u on
to r:,ike IUT ftatemem :e*rard;n« the
appointment nf * alalmr f washmgtoin
The bonae then went into committer of
me whole. and the debate the land
; pure ita»-» biil waa resume J rarueo pt»
P***d *» amendment to tbe effort that uo
atone} l-e advanced foe the purvha«« of
more than one Mdiof if »octi haldin*
weir rated at no ta* a» > early.
balfonr contended that the a TO -udmert
1 interfere with the »tm*Hh working
of the van of »ale.
|~'*Xvs £beehy, nationalist member for
! ******** app**a;
j iuk t<w.f eha;rman oa a question of privi
tef*. He stated thai he «&« lea wins the
houat when an attendant handed him
what appeard to be an ordinary viaiUtf »
<**« I pon into the Mb* a rooitt
bw from Ire laud served him with a sum
n>oas nnder the coerrion art He moved
to report progress m order to five the bouse
an opportunity to discuss thin audacioua
brent h of privilege.
Raif.mr deplored the incident and did
not know under what authority it had hap
; veiled.
On motion of John Morlev. a committee
! was appointed to inquire into the t ireum
tfancea of tne incident, consisting of Wil
liain Version Marcourt. Mr Mor'ey. sir
rbarlea Kusaell, Mr I'ame;!. Mr Timothy
HeaJy, Hame Matthew*. Mr
♦ Goachen. Mr. Madden. Sir Edward i'«a*s
and Matthew HidU-v.
i'arnelis amendment wa* afterward*
lost by a vote of i,> 4 to ill.
THE KAST AI'BHMN BUM KADE.
The Company I»rte r rained »lave«
Frf«l lUllff of Kmln.
BERLIN. Nov. yv—The directora of tbe
I East Africanrompauy have met and unan
imoualy retired to Inform the tjoYeru
meat that the company will relinquish
none of iu right* in KaM Africa, that Ibe
i intention is to strengthen Hagomavo and
; JMraalm with MDM forts, aud to attempt !
to reconquer other «ta!jon« under the pro j
lection of the blockading squadron. It j
waa derided t<> upk the re?eh»tag for aii>
iwrl. !t la exitv'ed the ronipan* will ut
a loan of 10.000.000 murks.
The puTrrnnu-n! ha* veiecitd Fr«at\' *
proposal for a blockade of Ka<! Afr.ra ,ui
tonuitfon that .Juve dhowa and dealer*
j iiwirr the French Can aeixcd bv other
ta>weni be hail,led oeer t.> Kranre for pun
' Uhment.
/. VMIRAK, Xov. 26.—The (jucatjon RFCARV!
HIR the fuel Urea barla>red I > the raixiou
station A: M,ML.a«a ha. U-eu ». ttled to the
satisfaction of the native*. The ARRANGE
metit secured freedom U> L.OI ulavea.
; liEfcLl*. Nov 26. —L.ieut. \Veta»inan will
. wait on the emperor, realfrn hi« rnmmit i
I sion in tbe army «n.t »t«te ht« plant for A
relief expedition.
The Kmin relief eommittee ba*e pa»wl
a reaolntlon terervltiK all i-onneetlan IM
* ween Ike committee and the Ka.t \frtea
i ■ umpanjr.
TT» AKKEST IIAKKI>'QT«IK.
A rim to lUmiiT* llim form Lon
don Irnion Olrhrttlnii.
DCBU*. Nov. 2ft.-Kdward Harrington.
m«i»r of parliament, failed to appear to
day in answer to a «umrnou« charging him
with inciting tenants to adopt the plan of
campaign through his paper, the Kerr*
ScMtnrl. His counsel apt>fi««J for a p<i»;
poneiaent In order that llarriaxton eon id
attend the sittings of the Psrnell commit
•ion in tendon The magistrates refuse*)
to grant the spplicatiou )«vanse the in
citing was continued. A warrant was issued
for Harrington's arrest.
Dvbliw, Nov. 2ft, -Thousands of persons
attended a demonstration in Ulasneviu
cemetery vesterdey at the monument to
the Manchester martyrs. The proceed
ings were orderly.
BOI'LAXGEK'i AFFKf TIONS.
Hla Wife Seeking Hlvrrf A Widow
Utiling to Wed.
Nov. 2£ -Hott'augcr'a wife ia tak
in* ate pa to obtain a divorrt. It ia ataled
that one of the rioheat widow* in Franc# la
willing to marry Rotiiausrt
I'srlflr t able Survey.
M.%n Frahcisco, Nor. 2ft.—W C. flu
chanan, member of the New Zealand par
liament, is iu the city, lie arrived on the
Mariposa from Australia. Iu conversation
he sate : "t treat It ri tain now has a steamer
out with a regular marine survey corps
tak n* soundings of the I'acifl - ocean bed
to find out farts requisite for laving a
Pacific cable from Australia via Honolulu
to Vancouver. B < The colonies have
l>eeu urging the putting on of at leaat two
such survey thiis. but at present there is
but one out. I do not know where it is.
but it is working sway somewhere out in
the ocean and will get through by and by.
It is pushing on from Auckland toward
Honolulu."
Tlie Arizona Legislature ttepubllraii.
Tcfso*. Aria.. Nov. 31-Tha official
count of the territory gives the legislative
council to the Republicans by four major
Ity. and the as.*emhlv to the I>eraoerets hv
two majority. A majority of both branch
es favor the removal of the capitol to
Phoenix at once, and the holding of the
term of levialature there. The present leg
islatare does not adjourn uutil March 21
A < wrjof In a ■ rnnk.
HiVULKo. Nov.»» \ trunk containing
the (orjut- of Harr Uueia«-benr. forwarding
agent of the Hamburg Ameri< an l k a< ket
Ctx, wan dimwpwd ja the Ha*k> u chfk on
Saturday. Tb«* aknli vt« fractured and a
nat« b and |7jo in money were ml««ing
* ate ward named i>aw wa* arrvated at Co
Immr t«>-d«y, ( barged with heiug the mur
dent.
( lan Itell* HrlMMl4 Freau
Han Pn?«ct*"> Nor y> —Judge Murphy
to dar dtamiaacd five < hargea of forgery
v* hi« h have been la nding againat Mr*
Clara Uelle Ml»-nald for the naat year.
The principal r- a-««u of (Manklaaaf. m* atated
by covnael, waa the lahtrr tba* a trial f«»r
forgery would do Mr*. M< Ifcuiald'a child
| Itol'er Kt|il<i«lnn In I%'laeonnin.
Poynktte. Wj«.. Nov 31.—A ateam eu
gtne connectr-d with a threahln* machine
j exploded thi* evenina. in«tantJy killing
i Ja« k Tuttkr and Cho* York «u<i aeriou»ly
injuring fuwother*, laeiudlnc Wm Buck
; iey. owner of tbe ma bine Mr. Backley
; hna aince diad.
ltoa*lan Copper Duty Increased
t*T l*rrgK.«pi a»i. Hot. 28.—Tbe imnort
dutlea on aheet coppar hare been locreaa
»«d to M eopecka per pxtud. Tbe duty on
eopper bottomed wooden iktH haa baen
' rite 1 at 12 rnbiea for tbe firat 100 tuna, and
| for a very additional itao tona.
A OrotindUaa Fear.
Kot. J*.—The Daily A>Vw# *mj*
■ It jvgret* I>»rd *ait*burv'» deelflon to de
! !i]r the ap»t*"!rmn«-ut of a tuntMor to Lord
, r>mrk villi*. Thi§ foone, ft m». may j»ro
\.»ke I'mkkpt He vela ad lo withdraw
ViliitWr PbeJf-a.
A Krtm li I ri»U A |»t#roar lilog.
HtftLiff. Nor. +6 —The \orik O-rrmam torn
: ifttt *t»'J a;»<>«t ail other prominent Gcr
man papr* cuui-ut In the op.n.on thai the
i»!?a:m of France are u udinK toward a eii
' *i*. of whu h th* Myjuearea are ir.rakuta
ble.
John Bright tiroaa tloarljr Wnm.
Lotf&o*. Sot. 28.—John Bright had a
n-fht. Hi« l«i»»ir» arr in a worn
; «'>>cdt*l'rn. aud hi* temperature higher.
He grow® hourly worae.
Official r»te of Florida.
j J*« *•••««vjli.e. Fia . Nov. 3*.—A *j«er?al
|to the Tim** in torn from Taiiaha*aee *ay#
> The official vote of fliMB U a* foUotrt:
Cievclaod Harriw»n Fi k #BB*.
» le*ela£d'« ma; -rity o\rr liarnaon. 12,
Htrilaa Kltfthm ft lota.
Ln»Pt». Hot. A dtapatrh from Bel
grade »«r« Heriou* iketton rio*« owontd
t< dhj iu tterr'a. He**-rai Jirea were ft»*t
and SUJ public holdings were demo*
iihrd
(;un« f«»r British ( nluaM».
OTTAWA. HOT 2k—Tt»e Ikomiaioti •**%-
: ernmrnt ha* ovtftfl4 lao w* W pound
ni!ed gnoa from the '*ovrru»ent
, for ote on tb«» FaHfir «-oa»t
Belgian War fft^arall««
Bit »RMi, S«r. I The K»nU %« i that
the gwrf»Mi«-at will a»k the chamber of
day at 1" for a of VOtw.MW franr* to
complete armament*.
Afna* ex iHnrdrrnd.
GAIV**TO», Tex.. S**% & T. *».
I MrtMule. I»*rmerly *rs*riff erf W«lu>a
waa aiMre'-* :.afrd rt» bla honae bere tMrtpL
An Imperial l»w« , |»U« , a^l
rtui), Nov JS r.w wtmy
to-d»« W Itw »!«»>*«■ m 4 ,tc *
ptMtWul of l»« g
K»pufcl.< .« M Slma.
! j
1 ai|oill; d >lm to Bw »at h«««»
VOL XV.-NO. n
INTERNAL TAXES.
Annual K«>port of Commis
»ionfr Miller.
H«l\ T riOMKTTI TKOOI CT
l»e, rea«ed Maoafartare at Whiaky—
Sriw t'rwtt l'.raa<l; -liltanar
sarine Fraud.
W Nov y Jgarph MUW
'X»ma»i*»'o«er of internal revenae. baa
toade aa elala«»«e repvet to the Kvtetarr
■>f the tr* anurj of the operation* of that
-erTtoe ilnrirg the fiaoal .tear ended Jaaa
u !a*L The repkirt ahow» total r*refp«
-or the Bieal \ear of »i:t.X*,«», aa in
j ereaae of t-. wi.tTt orvr the reeeipta for tbe
pn i kw Tear, au l more than tbe reeeipto
of ar.) year atnt-e Ivsj, whea Ute reevipta
j a#ir*-*aU'd JUt.a Receipt. f„ r the
, >ear were a'-w. tt mora than the aa
, timated reeeipla for tbe pfeacni iiaeat
vear Tbe re<-eipt. nei« jear will be Hi..
■ aw.ixo. pro.fte.l no et-angee are mad- in
!beexiatin« rati* ottavauoo
The withdrawala fori^<nauiaptl«aduriM
from »ppW«, and law.!'*)#
Swk>Q%; !>tiirtu, (i!k>ni;
f« ruif ulnt iK|ti«r&, .4j#9£i9 ham-la , l*anL
chfwiu.tr ana
amoking, 30I.V«\M8 putttKisr, i lfnmnpi
7,7 4« iHiunJ* tbil ahtvnt % «ar|pß
]*h. . ■*{ ..f ,<vti.»n of internal r,wn««
for the year * w t.' s %?v«Sfcl, bring iess than
per ctit of !fee am.mut collected. Tho
« o»i of coiln'tioß for the previous y ear
was XI per cent. of the amount toileted.
I Hiring the fttr 7M j*>r*.>n* hate i«u
-ested f >r rercuuf violatiooi; property of
' the value of 3A ha» been reported
: for »elture and s7.U>l9 14 for asse>*meutt
! ft>r unpaid taxes intl penalties. !>«nn|
The year .»1* illicit sUIls were set red. result
!:i| tu the 'U'lUi of oue ottWr aud the
Wi-UUdll.ti rf it ;
"Hie uumher of dHtillfrhi
during the >ear was .£*94, and the number
operated wa* 3N6. The uumU rof cram
ri»a register* .1 WM MOB, of which
1029 werv opernH i. an in< rvase over the
previous vcar of 110 iu ihe nuruher rvgtn
(ervd. and of f«u In the number operated.
Then were Mil ftoHdimUtrtt* registered,
and >O7 op rate*!, a decreate of i.W iu the
j nuutlter registered and 1519 tu Uie number
The conmiantooer devotes a chapter to
the sublet of fruit brand?, and rvnrwi
hit reeommendatiou of tart rear that su
thorny be «n« n for the distillation of all
kinds t.f fruits under the regulations
which govern the t>roduction of b r andy
from apple*. j»eachea or grapes exeln*
sirety. Iu rinrd to the prnpttMliou to re
' loose the tat from the trand> distilled
frwm fruit, he say# it appesr* to be pcob
able that relief of thia article from tua
tiou would trad to the utilisation of a large
liitnibrr of different (raits for the dutilijp
ts and to i>e production of na
additional volume of »ueh sntnts. which
might be reasonably expected to have an
appreciable effect up n the tax paid ou
♦rra n ami molasses spirits, with which II
would come in rompetitiou. Reduction
of Ihe revenue fe* abolition of the tax
upon fruit braudv is not, in his opinion, to
»*• i!na«nn«l by the subtraction of
; the present collections (m that tonren.
A considerably la'jp r amount would, be
•as*. in all probability b - lost, while the
mischief to the revenue service and in
rrtanol difficult rt in the enforcement of
the law a* to train and mo!a*se» spMn,
out of all proportion to the amount of tax
surrendered, must be seriously appre
hended.
file quantity of spirt's{7l,279 40« gallons)
produced and deposited in distillery ware
house* during tne year is less than the
production (T7.*3l,"*U> gallons) of the year
l*e>7 by ?..'»vj,ih3 gallons.
There was an increase amounting to
4,W7 .«*«>» gallons in the production of alco
lluJ' * ni ' D< Q, '*i cologne spirits
and aa»' jultv r< ase amount
lug r» | Mfc
d UCI # WtolkjF, tgt
»i• i r
warctiMpHhteiMscbtjwvJ* wwnji.^wji
the <iiStftty (HHtji wwMiiwN|i
from vnwlmsmmi 4srn| HM-MpMr
\*x~ by 4..itt.'«* tafWW zl w* MiK
gallons fas stated
chief of the bureau of statistics) of export
ed domestic spirits reimported during the
\ear. upon P«)V«Sl of irffttomi duty
equal to the internal reveaae fax. he ad
ded. the quantity virtually withdrawn from
distillery warehouses during the tear is
found to be 751,17:,A0S gallons, or 4.777Jtt
more than during the year 7, including
2«L'1*.64& gallons re imported aud tat paid
durins the year. Ther* was a net decrease
of 700.70* gallons In the uuanlity of spirits
withdrawn for export as compared with
the previous year.
The commissioner »ays, in response to
numerous suggestions by racmliera of con
gress and others as to the practicability
of withdrawing sidrtts from distillery
warehouses free «»! ut for nse in the me
chauicai arts, aud protecting the revenue
sealnat fraud by inetbvlaUug spirits In
bunded warehouses established f«»r the
liurptse, that the run ro.eoplst of his office
has made experiments for the
purpose of as<vrtalalng whether
such spirits r«mkl l»e da
methylated. From an exhaustive report
it appears that he has succeeded la sepa
rating no-thvl or wood alcohol front ethyl
or taxable alcohol, ami In deodorisnf a
portion of the ethyl aleofcei through tha
I use of bonehiack and other chemical sub
attneva. The commimioaer says further:
I "It tuav be urg*d that if demethylatioo
'an not t«e accomplished without the u*e
of a still, the operator Is readily liable to
dttaftios, because of the special surveil
lance required by the Internal revenue
law* In tne matter of stills and distilling,
bw* I do not tak* this view of the ease.
Tha quantity of aptri;a remaining India
tiller? waraliouaea at lb* cloaa of tberea?
in Mated at6I,MMLI iraUona. feeing 4,112.281
more than the quantity *» remaining al
the clone of the previona year
Of *O4 "04 gallon* of grape brandy bonded
duringth* Keen! year. gallon* were
produced In the Flr*t diatrirt Calif ornia.
31*,616 gallon* ia tbe Fonrth dMrtrict of
California. lO.flW galloaa ia ihe Tenth dla
trio* of Ohio, and 416 gallon* in the Fifth
riMriet of New Jenw»y. Tto* quantity of
diatllled aj.Jrila in the I i »ted State*. ex
cept what may he In eaatoma bonded warn
bun*»* on the i*t day of October, MB, waa
93.712.919 gallona.
Toaarco.
The amount of laxea collect ad
from tobacco in al! abapea during the year
«a« an im venae ©f VIAM4 oear
the rollertion* from thla aoncee for the
previou* year
The eaport account abowa a da* rcaae in
marmfa tur**d tonacro of ZM,H pounda,®
deereaa*- In the number af etgara exported
of 4»> - j.4—•. an Inereaae in tb* n umbel of
Hgaretb a exporter] of 40.3 M MO. Hl«* num
ber of rtgara imported daring the tend
year ended June 30. iiM, aaa Tha
*aiue <»f the manafnHured tobacco import
ed wa» S*M9sf.
oLKonaaaaaing.
The commiaaionev devote* r >n»i4erahla
apace In hla report to the anbjvrt of oleo
margarine. The quantity of oseo»urgarHMl
produced from Noreaahef I. l**a. '-he daf
on which the took effrci. l» Jane
«i« t&4 pounda, tax paid »«•
56*2Kt.734 ponada e*»*»rted, 2.414.7*
pound*. I'Htt or dtatroyed, *A.TM pound*;
remaluing In the factoff Jaiie Wb
|»<»ttnd». There ware I
poun l* of ol« onsargarlae in tha ! ostm
- aha June :»tb ia»i. of which
potjud* were in tha nanda m maonfne
iarrra. ponndf In the band* aa
wbolr»aie dealera, and 1.P0.W yonnda
! Tha commi-.ooet «nya "The fsiMg
off la th* a amber of apeual iMp'f**,®?
been a anljeet of great *«HeU«»de in thtt
office, and tJ may i-artly ba dne !•
«r,<l rmivrolrot !•"■» "■ " Jtf J* !„
make <*iam»nati»>oa of mapedad witter in
. al' par*« of the eonn'ry **
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rv.runp fc.r tit r" ro4l»* J*°«
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