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' jfZ isz IXKctttt t. .1 &r? iVOl.. V. STO. 106. WICHITA, KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 19, 1886. WHOLE NO. 732. 7 T - ibv' " , ggHBgEi,!H"". a.. Sfa per m 1 if . rt It I1 .1; is 2 I &V V4 K IK N MWNl McNAMARA 123 and 125 -J AT Largest Dry IN THIS GRAND :-: EXP Til Bargains in Every Department for FAIR WEEK. Special early opening of High Class Ex clusive Styles in Silks, Plushes, Dress Goods AND FINE WR APS All Visitors in the City are invited to our establishment whether they intend to purchase or not. MDNSON & MAMAR1 123 and, 125 Philadelphia Store Corner Douglas av. and Market St. The Fastest Electric Prices APPLIED TO Blankets, Bed Comforts and Domestic Goods. Sheetings, Shirtings, Tickings, Prints, Cheviots, Sateens, Blankets, Bed Comforts, Etc Etc. Far Below What They Cost the Men who Made Tliein A Windfall For Hotel Keepers, Boarding-House Keepers, Restaurant Keepers, Room Keepers, and others who are now Refurnishing. Twenty Toiis of Above Goods" on Sale This Wei A. KATZ. S. W. Corner Douglas Ave. and Main St. Main Street. THE J- Goods House CITY. Main Street. On Record, The Great Race Between the Grey Hounds of the Sea, Though Really a Floating Match, was "Won by the British Cutler Galatea "Which Drifted Across the Line in the Dark A Very Tame Affair. A Jolly Time with the Jokey Jockeys Some Pine Races A St. Louis Exposition Event. The Scientific SparlorPointsBelwecn Sullivan and Ilearld Ended-in Ground Scuffle. The International Sculling Match on the Thames for 1000 and Championship won by Beach. Weather Report. "Washington, Sept. 18, 1 a. m.--Indi-cations for Illinois and Missouri: " fair weather, in southern portion, local rains, followed by fair weather in northern por tion, stationary temperature, variably winds, generally southeasterly. For Kansas: generally-fafri weather, nearly stationary temperature. MARATIME MUSEME'T. Great International Yacht Race Run Off Kewport, -R. I. Ni:wroiiT,R. L, Sept. 18. 10:1." a. in Witwl hlmvinrr north bv west twentv miles an hour but . gradually dving out. Day clear and pleasant -mth prospects of. a good race. The yachts' wiu start about 11 o'clock. The yacht race is for the citi.en5 cup in which the Mayflower, Puritan and Galatea are entered; it is the event of the day. There are four prizes, one each for the schooners for sloops and cutters of seventy one feel and over for sloops and cutters over fifty-five feet and under seventy-one feet and for .sloops and schooners under fifty-live feet; the race to be sailed under the rules of the New York yacht club. The course is triangular, about forty-live miles long, starting from the vicinity of Brenton's Keef lightship Following is the list of competitors: Schooners Gelana, Mantauk, Sachem, Miranda. First-class sloops Mayflower, Galatea, and Puritan. Second-class bloops Bedouin, Stranger, Thetis. Third-class sloops Cinderella, Clara, Bertie It proved a most disappointing affair and degenerated into a floating match, the re sult depending largely on luck in catching cap fulls of breeze, and to add to the anom ally of the whole affair. The first-class cup was won by the English cutter Galatea, whose only hope of doing anything against shallow American skimming dishes h:is all along been predicted upon her ability to get out in a race with them in a stiff wind. Furthermore, the great "Grey hounds of the sea," both English and American, were outfloatcd by the smaller fellow's drifting. On the second scratch the Puritan lost ground to several of the little fellows, and was overhauled. y ine uaiaiea. me btranscr vras fir&t to round the West Island stakcTboat. All the others were from two to live miles astern, and at the time of this writing neither at "West Island nor at the finish is obtainable. At midnight Commodore Gerry gives the probable winners, subject to claims of fouls, of which there were several, as follows: Galatea. Stranger, Gitiania and Cinderilla. They finished in darkness between the hours of 8 and 10:30. Newport, Sept. 18. The course of to day's race was chauged this morning from the line drawn between the buoy off B.-av-ertail and the flagships anchored ta the southward of it, to and around lien and Chickens lightship, leaving it on the star boaul hand, thence to and around Pig.s lightship, leaviug it on starboard; thence to Brenton's Reef lightship, passing to the southward of it between the lightship and flacr. 10:40 The yachts crossed the line in the following order: Clara, Mcranda, Galatea, Thetis and Sachem; the Mayflower crossed a 10:42. Gilatca 10:32:10. Puritan 10:33:12. The Mayflower was half mile behind at the staft. The Galatea holds to the windward and is in the lead. The Sachem apparently leads the schooners over the line She has a eood start and is holding the Mirauda well under stern to leeward. TheGalatea is in the lead, Puritan sec ond a little to windward. Mayflower third in a southerly direction. The yachts passed Point Judith life saving station as follows: Mayflower 11:10, Miranda 11:00, Galatea 11:00. but gaining on the Miranda, Sachem 11:10, Bedouin 11:10, Puritan 11:16. Narragansctt Pier The following re ceived by homing pigeons; ll:2Ga. m The Puritan gaining, Galatea still in the lead; Mavilowcr not gaining on Galatea. 1 1 :3o The Sachem is abreast of the Miranda. . New York, 12:40 p. m. lhe i'untau is""aining on the Galatea, but the latter has a good lead. The Mayflower does not seem tobe gaining. 1:10 p. m. Wind getting very light; the race cannot be finished by daylight unless it freshens. Point Judith, R. I., 2:1," p. m. The Mayflower rounded the buoy off Block Island at 1:24 p. m. Newport, 4:0S p. m. The yachts are now .ilwmt five miles from the lightship and comins before the wind. The May flower i in the lead and to windward. The Puritan is second, the Galatea third. 4:10 p. m. The loop Bertie passed Pnini .lnriiih sit 3:40 i. m. The Galatea is about three miles behind her and is appar entlv the next boat Newport The wind has continued to fall and there has been a dead calm for some hours. The small yacnts hugged Point Judith and irot some wind; as a re sult tliev lead the bis sloops by several tnilu At last report the Galatea hautjgj Imri ihp best of position, was five miles ahead of the Puritan :.nd Mayflower. ' There is no time limit to the race, at j best it cannot be finished for several hours, j It is reported the Puritan is coming in in j tow. Darkness shuts out all further view, j 4:13 p. m. The Puritan lias a slight lead ; and to the windward position closely push ed by the Mayflower. The Gilatca is in line and far to southward. The Races. LoiuviiLE. Sept. IS. The sixth and last day of the fall meeting was well at tended"; the weather was pleasant; the track in snxxl condition. First race purse 300, $30 to second, three-quarter mile, selling, starters: Mc Laughlin, Arch-bUhop, Monarch, Bcttie Wilson, Henrietta. Vulcan, Ovid. Bob Swimin, Tchaupitoulas, Mary Porter. Ovid won rather easily, Swimm 2d, Mon arch 3d. Second race half mile, Sanford stakes, 2-ycarolds, starters: Nellie L, .Taubert, Clarion, Alimony Nick Finzer, Banyan, Insolence. Catalog Tom "Wood. Finzer won a neck a! Nellie C second, half a length in frori Tom "Wood: time 1:45 3-4. Third race urlongs, selling, purse $300, S50 to sei , three year-olds and up- ward, starters ly, Dancing Kid, Viola- tor. Ultimatum, bullivau, War b'ra, Tax-gatherer. Coinjrag into the stretch Tax gatherer and "War$tgn raced in this order; Tax-gatherer first easily by one and one half lengths, Suftvan second, Dancing Kid 3; time 1:38 3-i. Violator pulled up lame. Fourth race 0e mile, purse 300, 30 to second, waiter weights, starters: AVar riugton, Long May) Dark Hall, Little Fel low, tirant ti, lorn uanow, ijizzie warier, Schobeloff, Fellow Broeck. "Warrington won easily by a length, Schobeloff. second, Little Fellow 3; time 1:47. Fifth race 1 1-14 miles, free handicap, sweepstakes, for 3-year-olds and upwards, starters: The Sheaes, Hopedale Macola, Sour Mash, Flori L., Punka. Hopedale was never headedjand won after an excit ing chase, the Slashes 2d, Flora L. 3d. Time 2:11 i-2. Boston, Sept. 18 In the Mystic park races to-day the 2:929 class was won by Queen "Wilkes in straight heats, Rifleman 2d, Maud Muller 3d, Sweetness 4th, Royal M. 5th, Mary Ann sixth; time 2:28 1-2, 2:25, 2:25. The pacintr racfor 2:20 class was won by Nina in straight heats, Jee S. 2d; time 2:271-2, 2:28 1-2, f:30. Siini;niiE vd Bay, Sept. 18. pinners: Mallie McCarthe, LastMona, Lucky B., Grisettc, Estralla)and Becky B. The. Brand Final. Kansas Cit Mo., Sept. 18. Today closed a successful week at the fair grounds. The weather hasbeen favorable and the at tendance has been good from first to last. The unfinished running race, half mile heats, was decided lodaym favor of Lady Parish, Gray Elsie second; time 52 3-4. Clas 2:34 "trotting, o(Xh ,' White Stockinjrs , 1 " 1 1 Governor Wood.t ...-." Lizht Bird. . . 4 4 Robert Rysdyke. Diamond Time 2;-". 1-2, 3 2::il 1.4. Class 3:4, trot $500. Trouble St. Nicholls. . . . Daisy Gardner. Strangemar 2 4 4 Edwin G 3 6 7 Cashier 5 7 5 William C .- N... r. f C Barney Williamk 7 8 8 Time 2:3o 1-2, -.: 1-4, 2::J.$ 1-2. Trotting race 2-year-olds, $2CJ. was de clared off. U Consolation purse, 400, 2 miles: Jessie J first, Joo Lodgefcacond, Panola and Kildare distanced; time 4:42. Running, tJ-jrecr-olds, mils dash, $"K), divided. Vivian 'won, Grace D second, W Davis third, Sdammon's Filly fourth; time 1:48 1-2. f ' THE JRLY BRUISER JSi SullivTl-Ki 5ohs Hcarld Out in Two (.Round's. Pit'rsBLRG, a.7 Sept. IS. The eonteH liatw on John vl'" Sullivan and Frank Ilearld, that waVlD" he solely for scientific points, and in itucjfc each principal wr.s pledged not to 3mrr thc other, was com menced in the Coliseum in .Allegheny City tonight and proved to hi what was gen erally expected a desperate fight for blood. "While tAie men were vet struggling in -a desperate embrace in the second round J (Jlnet ot I'olicct .Murphy with halt a uoen i oiiicers ran on to tha stage, pulleu the iu rious combatants apait and declared the match ended. .Tlrea the referee gave the fight to Sullivan and 300 people howled their disappointment over the brevity of the entertainment. The air of Pittsburg has been thicker to day than at an jr "time 3ince the discovery, and general use of natural gas, not with the o'd-time smoke, however, but with pu gilism. Everybody has been talking about the great fight. The contest that was to settle an aching doubt in the iniuds ot the American people as to whether John L. Sullivan was invincible, or whether the comparatively unknown gladiator from Philadelphia, Frank Ilearld, possessed the skill, backed up by pluck, to plant his fist on Mr. Sullivan's carcass often enough to score a majority of thumps, pla'fully allied point-, with theproneness of humanity to accept as go-ipol what they know rather than to pin their faith on what is only claimed to be true. Most of those who ex pressed an opinion at all, gave it in favor of Sullivau. John is a big burlj", and has thrashed a score or so already, and why should lie not knock the head off Ilearld? Six rounds,1 four ounce gloves, for scien tific points only, was Ipassed from mouth to month with significant grin;. No knocking out; of course not; but it is safe to say that of' the 3,000 people in the Coli seum when Sullivau and Ilearld took their corners, there vcre not a hundred who had not paid their 2 in the expectation of see ing one of those slugging exhibitions which the gentle John "lusinade so popular. Even John himself had tacitly acquiesced with a knowing smile to audible conjec tures made in his presence as to the likeli hood of his knocking out Ilearld for his temerity in daring to"face him at all. As to" Ilearld he confessed that he had nothing to say until after the contest. The immense coliseum with its capacity of 5,000 people was thrown opv-n at 7 o'clock and the crowd that had Iwcn clam oring around the door foryin hour made a rusuT Two dollars admission and 3 re served seats was evidently not an exorbi tant rate m the eyes of Pittsburgcrs, and a thousand people "were in the hall a? quick as the- could buy tickets. The audience was a miscelleneous one and comprised be sides a large delegation of the "fancy,' many solid citizens who all day long had been sitting in bank3 and mercantile ofiices in solemn dignitv. At 10 o'clock they hook hands Ilearld seemed afrai SafllvAnaud sparred for mjipd for him and hit wind. Sulli liim in llin sffiMKflEr cn-irrinlr f-.i-.-v nnr! three quarter mHrates. Time called. f Second ronnd After several feints Sulli ! van got a good lick in and knocked Hearld down. They came together again and the ! police interfered. The men retired to their ' corners. Tip fisht was decided in favor. of Sullivan.KSuilivan insists on another j round. f i The proceedings, commenced at KC0 with a spar betwfen two voumr local lichts, follow ed in due time by tu o other couples f who did their best to prevent the aidicncej from srettin iranatieni ...... ... ...w 'HflMantlAM i, .vr mm- - i shook hands. Sullivan weighed SCtf pour.'ls and Herald 1S5, but it wa hard to believe that there was a difference of only twentv pounds between them. The cloved. four ounce, looked very small and every-1 J body felt if the intention was to slug I In? Vto-nll nf I:.1... .. --. !..- I u.u. i.i..l Ul 1 UUUUit, Mil" tiiUSJU iS , Ui'ilt llili liJCll liiliuj ...l. u...u. rwj. . referee. At 10 o'clock the referee called toBIg Tupp-.r Lake, bringing a three time, both men srirxnT li!i?!v fnrarnrd and ! nmn-rcl lnvk which thev had secured af- ' could be done with terrible effect. Sulli van evinced the most desire to begin: he made several feints at Hearld but the latter, lithe and active as a cat, got away and danced around the big man in a most ag gravating manner. Sullivan was evidently getting mad, but Hearld's face was as ex pressionless as a whitewashed fence. John could got stand it any longer:. He madeiaof -his famous rushes and sent a fearfhhfljBfy hander-into Hearld's slomach. HearlurcQhiitered rapidlv on the chest but got another one in the nose that sent him flying half across the ring; but the Phila delphian was not there to be irashedlwith out a struggle and he was back again bang ing away at the champion but with little effect, certainly but with remarkably good intentions. There w:is no doubt now about the character of the contest: Sullivan meant to knock out his man if he could. The two fought wind for perhaps a minute and then pinched. There was some desperate infighting and Hearld was forced over the .ropes. h. The referee BreaTrbeak" away. But there was no llreaway in the now maddened fighters, and amid the yelling of the crowd the pugilists were pulled apart by their attendants and forced struggling into their chairs. The time was 2 3-4 minutes and Ilearld shook himself and laughed while he was being sponged and rubbed down. . He did not look much the worse for the rough handling he had received, and Sullivan was not hurt, but he was very, very mad. He had ei idently found more powers of resist ance in the Philadelphia boy than he ex pected, v The second round opened with cautious sparring and Suliivan was wary and Hearld a little apprehensive of the 'giant's rushes. This time Ilearld was the attacking party. He had made up his mind that he must flight and was determined to do his best. He tried to get at Sullivan's face but hit short. In an instant he was in the embrace of his antagonist, who pounded him on the head, face and neck with all the force of his brawny right arm, till Hearld slipped away and gave Sullivan a drive under the eye. That was the only clear blow he got in on the champion. " The latter seemed staggered for an instant and was apparent ly too surprised to do more than protect himself from the blows that Hcarld was showering on his guard. Then he gathered himself for a supreme effort and with an upper cut under the chin sent Hearld flat on his back, an actual knock down. Hearld w:is up like a flash and they clinched. The fight had be come a mere rough and tumble. Hearld slipped and fell again when the chcif-of police and his officers rushed in and with difficulty separated the men. All was con fussion;the puglilists were both" anxious to go on and it the officers had not kept them apart they would have fought with the police on the stage. Sullivan made a dash at the representative of a New- York paper and the latter reached toward his pistol pocket, but the police disarmed him and forc ed Sullivan iuto his chair. The referee then declared Sullivan winner, while Hearld's backer protested that his man was still aux ious to fight. Sullivan then addressed the press representatives, in which he compli mented Hearld for his pluck, boasted of his own "talent," and declared lumself still ready to defend his title of champion against all the comers. It was the opinion tonight that Ilearld made a better stand than McCraffrev did at Cincinnati. Great Sculling Race. London-, Sept. 18.. Beach today de feated Gaudaur in a sculling race." The match was for 1,000 and championship of the world. Enormous crowds of people lined the banks of the river. The start Avasmade at "4:50 p. m., the men getting away well to gether. Beach immediately got a shgnt lead, and at the Starand Garter was a third of a length ahead, pulling thirty-seven strokes a minute and Gaudaur pulling thirty-five. At the creek Gaudaur led by a third of a length. Beach spurted at the half mile tree; he led by half a length at the Craven carriage steps and was the same distance ahead at Crabtrcc. At Hammersmith beach he was three lengths in front. His time to Hammersmith was 8:58, Gaudaur covering the same distance in 9:03. At Biffcn's Gaudaur began to decrease his oppon cnt's lead, and at Cheswick was only lialf a length behind. Bj- the time Thorncy cioft was reached Gaudaur was half length in front of Beach, and at the pumping station he was still slightly in the lead. Beach then slopped rowing and Gaudaur obtained a lead of two lengths. At Birtics' bridge Beach again spurted and going to the front, won by four lengths. Beach's time was 13:50. It wa a fear fullv hard nice throughout. The weather was clear and cold with the wind from the northeaat. The tide was good. 15.'fore the start the bttiug was five to one in favor of Beach. Ball aud Bat. Kan'svs City, Sept 18. Chicago 0, Kansas City 3. Philadelphia Cincinnati 2, Athletics 1, 12 mmng. M A)ins De troit 0, St. Louis 1. Denver Denver 10, Leavenworth 3. Lcadville Lcadville 20, Topek-i 7 U dtimore St. Louis 3, Balti more 2 New York Mets. 13, Louisville S, New York 5, Philadelphia 2, Pittfburg 7, Urooklvn 4. Boston Wasldngton 11, Boston 3. A Pleasant Event. Sr. Lov6, Sept. IS. One of the most plcaint attractions of the exposition thus far during ik present season was the con cert in the large music hall this afternoon, given by a tliorous of two thousand clsil uren. The voices were selected from among the beat in the public school- and they had b-cn thoroughly trained, separately, by the muic teachers at each school, and collertive'y by the director. Professor 1'rooelich. An Illinois Cj'clone. Chicago, Spt. 18. The Inter Ocean's Joliet, 111., special says; About S.30 this evening a cyclone struck the southern lim its of this city, A dozen frame buildings were leveled to the ground. John Bucklev's house as blown to pieces. All the familv c-ycamxl. Buckley! i took refuge in the cellar, from which he was dug out badly injured 1 finn trliniP r.lTnp (Vinifi not IM? 3- .... "V....... " ..v--, - - .- 5 ccrtained wrM taken out from the ruins of i her home with her leg broken. j The large grain elevator of Mr. Carpcn-j kr on II istero aeuu and the office build-1 ing near the same were totally ruined. j Mist of the street lamps werecxtin j i.-uL-hl by the storm and as that part of j town is in tola! darkness it I liard to oh S tain fac-t- j Trip to TAx Tupper. pjtosr-Ecr House, N. V., Sept, IS. President Cleveland's mrtv returned to-' t !.!.! av .1., hjlitft'f KTli Fit.tW w-.. - - .- -.. . . ter a hard morning's work. This is the las: wcek Liy of the President's party in the Adlroadicks and they have spent it in a delightful manner. It is w iih regret that l ;hev prepare to leave thK charming pot I ltlonMondsv. PERTURBED EUROPE. Eussia Announces Bulgaria's In dependence, and that She will Maintain it. Kaiser "Wilhelm 111, hut to Witness Army Maneuvers. Ahle Cardinal Jacohini, Papal Secretary of State, 111, and Great Anxiety Felt for the Outcome. Hostile Arabs of the Soudan, Assem bled in Force at Dongola and Threaten to Invade Egpyt. The Tfew Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Makes Hi3 Grand Entree at Dublin with a Flourish. OYER THE OCEAN. Ireland. Dublin, Sept. 18. Tiie Marquis of Londonderrv, the new viceroy of Ireland, arrived at Kingston early this morning. His voyage across the channel was pleasant. The arrival of the lord lieutenant was sig nalled by a royal salute. He will not laud until noon, when he will proceed in state to Dublin Castle. The stat entry of the Marquis of Lon donderry into Dublin was made with the usual official demonstration, but was devoid of incident. The marquis was accompa nied by his wife, Lady Londonderry. The were received in "Westland row by a crowd which cheered them. Both the marquis and Lady Londonderry proceeded thither from the station on horseback. Lady Lon donderry, as a tribute to the people, wore a dress of white poplin, "When thc couple departed from the railway station they were greeted with checxs, followed In grains. The marquis recognized the greet mg by liftiug his hat and bowing with a smile'to the crowd, s r The entire route froni the railway station to Dublin castle was lined with troops. Most of the buildings were decorated and the streets looked gay. Thc Hibernian bank building was conspicuous bv its total lack of flairs, buntimr or decorations. Kil dare street clnb house was filled with peo ple. In Nashua street a banner with the in scription "The Queen and the Constitu tion" was displayed. During the progress of the vice regai procession cheers nearly everywhere were accompanied by groans. The vice-regal party w:is welcomed at the castle by a large powdof loyalists who cheered heartily. There was also a hostile crowd there which UiAitaJbest to offset the welcome by cheep ngluttily for Parnell and "United Irelanuv'The hostiles at tempted to follow this up as tho Marquis and Lady Londonderry entered "the castle by singing "God Savd" Ireland,1? but the people rallied aud put a stdpjo thiV Prussia. Beiu.lv Sept. 18. Emporcr William had a severe chill and is hi feeble condition. He will notgo to Met. STAsuritGH, Sept. IS. Emperor Wil liam drove out today to the ground where the arm- maneuvers arc bjcnig conducted. Italy. Home, Sept. IS, Succi, the faster, .sue ccssfully accomplished his task. He sub sisted thirty days without ordinary food, on mineral waters, and extract from a fryun root. He finished the lak without being at all exhausted. The illness ot Cardinal Jacobini, papal secretan- of state, has assumed a critical stage. The greatest anxiety is felt in papal circles about the Ksuc of the cardinal's I J I iicss. Bulgaria. Sofia, Sept. 18. The Russian agent has informed the Bulgarian government that Kufsia has not only rc-olved to maintain the independence of Bulgaria, but lias re served for herself the right of defending it. Sobrauj approved the bill appointing n court martial to try Major Gruff and other officers associated with him in the coup d' etat on the charge of treason Egypt. Alekaxi)HI. Sept. IS. Hostile Arabs of the Soudan have assembled in force in Dongola and now threaten the Egyptian frontier The convict employed by the Cgyptian government at the patrolcum works mutinied reccnllv. Tweniy-fom had to be killed before the other could Ik; forrcd into submission. Prance. Paths. Sept. 18. General IJoulng?r'i! beliesc utterances rc much commented upon, especially the rentence, "at length we can abandon the defensive tactics and boldly assume the offensive." POLITICAL POINTc. County Conventions. Bei.oit, Kan.. Sept. 18. Lri L. Aid rich, of C.iwker City, waj nominated today by tlu I'epublican convention of the ICOth Representative Ui-tritt, 3IitchclI county. A full ticket w.'is nominated and the conven tion harmonious. Paola, Kan., Sept. IS. The H'-pubH-cans of the 17th Keprwcniatirc district met in convention in the court hoim? in Paola today, and nominated W. V,'. McG ruder of Wea towmdiip. Yatks Ce5teh. Kan.. ept. IS. The Republican convention compo-ed of ninety two delegates, met here Uxiey, and after passing rs?ohition'i, renominated Hon. W. II. Slaven to represent Woodson county in the next lesislaturu. In Oh to. Cleveland, Sept. IS. Amos Town-v.-nd was nominated toLnr by the Republi cans of the Twenty-tint di-irict for con gs. Fri33in;r About Ball. Halitax. Sept. 18. Upon the hearing of the case of tho seized fishing schooner, David J. Adam?, being resumed today lc fore Commissioner MrLcland, Samuel D. Ellis, of Victoria Bench, ?worc to having sold bait to the captain of the David J. Adams- At the conclusion of Ellk' testi mony the court adjournal until wxl 3Ioa- day Agreement Accepted. PiiiLADKLruiA. Sept, !. licprer-eiita vires ai the hiding railroad interest? met here today and ar-cepied the agreement f the reorganization of the soydlato with the Gow.-n party Liabilities Stated. Assets .New York. Sept. 18- John Y. Mille mann & Co.. nroviron dealer, made us- signmcat toiny with prcforencts amount ing to $00,902. CAPITAL BUDGET. TWEAlv i'UKVR. QUEUES. AVasiiixotok, D. C, Sept. IS. A re port has been received at the state depart ment from Minister Seymour at Canton. China, that attacks upon the stone and pile work have leen vigorously renewed to ruin the south channel, and that ho and other foreign ministers have protested against the action. SIMlULAU, Ell? The following named appointees of the general land office have up to this time neglected to file their crucial bonds, their commissions are'therefore withheld Geo. W. Julian, surveyor general of New Mexico: B. T. Lcbhetter, surveyor ccner.il of Louisiana. " Resristcrs of laud offices S. C. William. Del Norte, Col.: D. D. Tucker. Gainsville, Fla.: S. II. Hart, McCook. Neb.; .1 B. Kinnev, Tucson, Ar: A. Geaner," Miles Citv. Mont.; D. Webb. Salt Lake City, Utah; C. P. M. Miles, Garden City, Kan.; II. It. Hinchart, La Grande. Ore.; W. J3. Copeland, Carson City. Neb.; Win. Fixen, Detroit, 3Iich.. C. B, Warner. Walla Walla, W. T.-, J. K. Dcrmer, Lcadville, Col. Receivers of public nionies Z. T. Craw ford, Gainesville. Fla.; Jacob Steinmetz, 3IcCook, Neb.; F. M. Smith. Tucson, Ant., A. Hall, Miles City, Mont.; Jas. Browne. Los Vegas, N. 31.; Wm. B. McClure, Colurdealcn, Idaho; B. M. Thompson. East Saginaw, Mich.; Allen Wood, Susan villeCal.;S. C. Glover, Valentine. Neb., L. Plane, Pcrgus Falls, 3Iinn., L. T. Boyd, Bayfield, Wis. OX TO TIIEIU RACKET. The following circular letter addressed to registers and receivers of United States laud ofiices, was issued today by S. 3! Stockslager, acting commissioner of the general land otlice- It has come to the knowledgo"of this otlice that in many towns where United State- land olliccs aro located and iu other plan, certain hind agents and attorneys adopt the busincM sisins of a character to represent their offices as government ofiices. For exam pic tho sums may bear the words "U. S Land Ollice," in bold letters of a size to be readily seen at a distance, reading in very small letters the word, "HusineM Done Here," or "Papers Drawn Hero," and that the effect and apparent purpose of such signs is to mislead and deceive the public, particularly settlers and nppli cants who are uninformed and who often enter these ofiices, have their papers made out, pay the fees and leave their entry money, fully lielieviug that they have been transacting busiucKS with authorized gov eminent officers. You arc authorized to notify all agents and attorneys in your dis tricts using deceptive or misleading signs or advertisements of any character, that the um of same must be forthwith discontin ued, and ou will report nil Mich agents or attorney to this otlice and facts iu each case in'order that proierstep may be taken to prohibit them fr.)tn practice Iwfore tho land department and local land olllccs. An Anarchist Slander. Chicago, Sept. IS The nnarchist, Tar sons, has been interv iewed several times re ceiitly regarding the .statement made in the TUrmtfli from "mo. Tev . to the effect that his wife was formerly the inivstrehs of a full blooded negro named Gathings, who she deserted for Parsons. A letter wliicli reached here from Waco reiterates the charges made in the telegram. A pir turcof Gathings came with it. Annul with the letter and picture, a reporter called upon Mrs. Parsons and went with her to the jail, upon the occasion of her usual visit to her husband. She preferred that the interview should takr place in his pres ence. To this rcquc.it the reporter assented. The letter was read within the hearing of both. Now, Mr. Pardons, tell what you know about this matter: lets have it Settled. d inanded his wife. Thus abjured, Pnrsont fcaid tlut h iu 1 lived with the woman who was known .! Gathings' wife but that he left hurnomi time before moling Mr. Pinions in Aus tin. He said such alfairs are very common in Texas, that no one mid any attention to them in those days.. This was pudtively all there was in it, and his wife knew no more of Gathings than a child unborn. A TSicn Kettle of I'IhIi. Cincinnati, Sept IB The board of re vision, consisting of mayor, city rmnn trollcr, and one or two other city officials, recently employed an accountaiit'to exam iue the'boolis of the late board of puMif works, today entered into consultation with the expert. A warrant was ismied for tin arrest of Geo. S Sieter, aad-tant Fccrutary of the h board of p-iblic works, and at present holding the smnc office under the lioanl of ptiblif affairs, whfrh suctwl the other namI Itoanl. He i rhnrged with hating cmlizJoil $6,000 of funds at ur ioui times within the pr.st five years lit wa nrrr-stwl thU nftcrnoon awl gate bonds in the Mini of $1,000 for his .ipjfm:ce The expert slates that the evidonce of embezzlement i- ul Mich a chnractcr as to prove tha it could x(A Imve Vwn acrom plishwl witlioul th- crmnivanc of other officers It i, thireforf, px fractal that much more startling rcvclaUous will Ik made when the invc?thatkn U romjiI-trd and n rriKirt made. Si' trr lma lnn in scr vice under JyiUi Republican and Demo cratic afl rnini-stratf on for many yefirs, though always acting with the Dcmocrati' party, lie i well counrctcd by marriage and has IAi-n highly rrapccUd Fifty Thouband Short. New Yokk, Spt. I4 A Ur days be fore Hcddcn vncated the collector cliafr to give place to Mugone. Deputy Colltctr Doughi.'ss Smith, examiner of mail station ed in the jJO-Kjfilctv was dbinhem! from the custom? service Collector Magone liai since dictj?firj irregularitis in Smith s accounts. Investigation to far plactw thT deficiency near ?.,0,0GO. Head.s of Their Own. Chicago, ScpL IS Two hundred aheep butchers employe! in the packing houses at the stock yard? have gone out on a strike. The atciWa Juvve xn rwtaving ajvea ccnU and they wont ten cents j;r head. If they iairc the price thoy ak their wages will amount to about ten dol lars s day The junkers aro "dstenniacd not to give the frrirc akcJ Homicide and Suicide. Ka:A3 Crrr, Io , SjL IS. la a quarrel about a girl William Donahp was staWcd bv rril PriVatly at ISUj and Ijocu ttn'fto toaiglit and dial muatly lioth rai wrrf testauers, W J. HargrsYc, atsil hurt for n St Ijotih yrup Jlra. -mcided Unlghl by using laudaauia 111 health wppoasl to b th' cau-r, Ufl" for Boaton, Chicaoo. Sept. 18 Mere than eight thoujiaod Odd Fellow, many cccosiprmtod by their -wives' and friends. If ft for lJon Jvur ;hi- G"ranI Trunk line thk irmrrnfag to attend the raet-ting of lb Grawi k:prnc Ivo-lge which i-egms sml 31ondar roornfng It took more than 170 cars to carry Uwtn There were rtprcntaiirct i!mj Jrslu from every kdgc fa lh 'cat asd north west. 7 Jaiffgjp Wff Kt WS? '