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FOURTEENTH YEAR. OMAHA , NEB. , TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 , 188-1 , NO. 70
'THE STAR ASCEHDAHT. "
Its Bcnian Rays
Fervidly on Remilcau Destinies ,
Tlio Enthusiasm Spreading
Through Eank and File ,
Xoyal Expressions From th <
Union League Olub ,
The Great Social Politioal Faotoi
of New York ,
IBlaino's ' Hearty Reception in tli (
Nation's ' Metropolis ,
iliosnn Greeted Kntliuslnstlcally li
Ohio Both Thcso Groat. States
Surely 'I'llmlii < ; to "Our
TCInlno in Now Yurie.
Nr.w YORK , Septcmbar 22. James 0 ,
Ulaiii'i ' breakfasted this morning with Con1
gressmnn I'lielpx , J. Mcridlth Hondo , latt
minister to Grtece , ami Walker Itiaine
Immediately afterwards ho loft the hotel In a
cariiiiao unaccompanied , rotuincd at noon ,
aud received n number of calls. Ho was
called upon this afternoon by a delegation
from ths Union Leni io Club of this city , ami
A cnimnittco of the Union League Club of
Philadelphia , which will escort him
to the depot Ihia afternoon ,
when ho loaves for ( Philadelphia.
AND TIIK CLKHOV.
In the afternoon Hev. J. Carloy , Catholic
priest nt West Point , called on lilaina and
presented him with a gold headed caho , voted
to the icpubllcaii tandidatu for president by
,50 ) majotity at the fair at the West I'oint
Catholic church. Shortly after Father Car-
ley's departure a delegation of Methodist
clergymen , numbering about ninety , paid
their respects to J.'lnino. They represented
the churches in tliia city , Brooklyn , Jersey
City , Newark , N. J , , and Connecticut The
rovoroud gentlemen were introduced by Dr.
James M. King , of the Eighteenth street
Methodist church. Blaine lunched with his
aon , Walker , and afterward received the em
ployes cf the republican state committee ,
with each of whom he shook hands and con
versed for a few minutes.
TUB UNION LCAOUK HECEl'TIOX.
The delegates from the Union League Club
of I'hil.iuolphia also made their visit without
-any formality. At four the committee of fifty
of the Union League Club of New York ap
pointed by the club to co-operate with the re
publican national committee , together with
about 150 other members of the club assem
bled in the main parlor of the hotel where
lilaino wont to moot thoin. The delegation
was headed by Henry Clews , Cornelius N.
Bliss and Ilov. Mr. Armitage.
Charles S. Smith , read an address on be-
lialf of the committee. It said in part : "Wo
claim to be a body of men who ask nothing
for ourselves and only seek good government
and wise policy. I am desired by my friends
who surround mo to say it la their most em
phatic conviction that the questions of ques
tions to bo decided In the coming presidential
election which dominates all others is this
- - -
States ? ' " "We , sir , ' utterly repudiate the Am
erican and undemocratic doctrine of tariff for
revenue only. Wo claim this is the only
question now worthy of discussion , Wo
pledge to you , p r , hearty support of over
whelming majority of thii club. If there
should bo a small remnant of the minority of
onr members who may do ert their party on
election day it will bo only because they lovij
free trade ,
SMr. Blaine responded as follows : Gentle
men of the Union League club : I desire , in
response to your invitation , to express the
Jeep obligation I foil for the courtesy you have
. shown mo by this call. The history of the
jUnioii League club of Now York is iusepar-
-auly identified with the moat critical period in
Iho history of this nation. No ono who ha ?
followed our national progress for tha past
'Quarter of a century can ba insensible of the
yreat aid which your organization rendered in
the crisis of the civil war. Since the return
of pcaca you have boon distinguished for your
adherence to Bound political principles , and
by the weight of your inllucnca hava
done much to promote wise legislation aud to
lead public opinion in the channel * of safety.
T wiih again to return my thanks for your
kindness , and to express my profound appre
ciation of the kindly assurances you give of
lilaino left the hotel to take the G p , in.
train for Newark , N. J. , where ho will stop
for a short time. Ho was accompanied by
Chairman U. 1 ? . Jones and .Secretary i''esson-
den , of the national committee ; J. 13. Klkinx ,
Senator Kngeno Halo , ox-Goveinor A. B ,
'Cornel and Postmaster Mauley , of Augusta ,
mud the delegation from thn 1'hiladolphm
union league. The party will proceed to
1'hiladelphla to-night. Tha train will stop
nt Elizabeth , Kahwuy , New Brunswick and
Trenton. Blame will return hero to-morrow
3II.AIXE AT NEWAriK.
NKWAHK , N. J. , September 22. The recep
tion of Blaine hero to-night was very enthu
siastic. The special trnin which brought him
and party from Now York reached Newark
at 7 o'clock. The streets are thronged with
enthusiastic crowds from the depot to tliu
hojioof Hon. George A , Halsey , where the
public exercises ate held. The Blaine parly ,
in carriages , werp escorted by various mii-
/armed companies troin thin and adjacent
s'svwns. From a platform in front of Haleoy's
jrujHeucoBlaine was introduced by Courtlandt
1'arlv.cr , who welcomed him in a few firaceful
wouU , Blaina was received with loud cheers ,
llo rusnonci.-'l t ° the greeting as follows :
"ily Menu's : J Imvo learned by experience
of the Iiospitm''tY ° f a New Jersey welcome ,
but this scene tCWfe'lit surnmtw my oxpuri-
aud expectation. It would bo Idle in
me to deny that I . ' " > ' ' n nif-nllicauco
which it might not bo becoming to express. Jam
am Kratcful for these ro owoU
devotion from New Jersey to myself and
to the cause which I represent.
than thiH I need not say fu1ftr !
than to wUh you n hearty good night , .ulaliio
.wan auuccododby William Walter 1'lielps who
referred td Now Jereoy'H ' cordial welcome l
Blaine and Bixko ) of tlio record which Blulne
had achclveU in foateiliig the important in
dustries of that state.
After Phelpp , llin. Mr. Pougheon Bpuko
for a few minute * when the procession escort
ed lllitno back to liU train which wont on to
AT 1MIII.AUKI.HIA ,
1'HH.ADKi.viiiA. Septamber 22. It was mid
night when the lilaino train entered tlio depot
.and no demonstration was expected , but a
g reat many people made their way Into the
d epot and cneert-.d OH Blaine alighted. Ontsido
those was large crowd , and they were BO en
thusiastic it In-quired all the ulforts of the
police in attendance to prevent them from
carrying Blaine oif on their shoulders.
and wont immediately
Blaine was driven to the hotel
mediately to bin room. A heavy shower
drone the crowd into the hotel lobby , whom
tha demonstration wiw renewed and craned
only after Walter Bluinouppearedontho stairs
leading from the lobby and begged tlio eiithu-
sloBtlc crowd to permit his father to have a
miiot night's rest after his arduous day's work.
The crowd then dUpirned clitetlng for the 10-
OAXTON , Beptember II. ' . The ejiccial train
bearing Genfral I jfan end th ? escort com-
mltteo lott Yi > um ; > tn\ni for Alliance at r.ir
o'clock this morning. At Alliance the parl
was ini't at thn depot by three republic.- )
clulu and ojcortod to the publlo yqiinro wlioi
1.1 gan and others adilrc nd 7,000 pcoplo. Tli
tri m then prccwdod to Ma ilon , l > hii , whei
the iBakcrs wore cscurted to the crntrr
part of the city and nddre-xp 1 an iminons
c ins mre. At 4 o'clock the train returned I
Cant-in. In the evening there \v - a inonstc
torchlight pri > co ioii nd gpeaUins in th
\\isw.itnand Opera hoit'O by liogan , Kelloj
( tonernl JJeavor , McKinley and other
Lo an goes to Akron , Ohio , tomorru
Krniicn niul Clilnn.
T.ONHOX , September W A special dispalc
to the Times says , "Now complications hav
arisen in the Vrencli-Cliincso dilllculty. Tli
blocking of the barnt the mo.Uh of Woo Sun
mor has been ordered by tbo Chinese a\
thorities , althongli a p.usaRO for ship * of uoi
trals was to bo left. This action is duo to
Chinese-disbelief In the promises of thoKrencl
A i > anic prevails a Shniiphni and merchant
and neutral powers have asked the naval com
mandera of tlio powers to take 001110 nction
Tlio Britiali consul advised the Chinrso ai
thoriticnto obtain skilled foreign assistance t
keeji trallic open , Tim liusaiaii consnls hav
boon ordered to protect French interest
wherever the .French consul leaves. Tli
Kuisi.in licet in Cliintsc waters comprises on
iron clad , three cruttetn , two corvettes am
? ix gunboats. Tnreo other iron clap's are ox
[ ) ectcd. This strength in view 'of the small
ness of Kussian interests in China Is consul
: red eigmlicant.
Tim Rrniul Army In PoHtlcH ,
Niw : YOIIK , September 22. Assistant Ad
utant General SijuircB , Grand Army of thi
Uepnblic , department of Now York , has is
ined a circular calling attention to the follow
tig rules of the society : "No ollicer or com
ado of this Grand Army of the Itepublic slml
n any manner lisa this organization for parti
lan 'purposes , and no discussion of partlsat
inesttons ehall bo permitted at any of it
iieotings , i.or t > haU any nomination for politi
: al ollico bo made , "
WASHINGTON , September 22. The term o
) . U , Coon acting secretary of the Treasur
inder special designation of the Prcsiden
vill expire Wednesday aud no warrants fo
ityment of money from treasury can bo issuci
, ftor that day unless the existing vacancy ir
his ollico of secretary shall have boon ill lei :
paforo that dato. It ia expected however
hat an appointment will bo made tomorrow
ir next day. The friends of Mr. Coon stil
anguine that ho will get the appointment.
To AVhoni tlio Honor and I'rollt ?
Naw Yoiuc , September 22. Kinal argn
nonts wcro inado today before Judge Wallaci
n the United States circuit court in the sui
ictween the American Bell Telephone com
iany and the People's Telephone company
Clio question to bo determined whether Bel
> r Daniel Drawb'.ugh was the first inventor o
ho speaking telephone. Senator Kdmonds ii
rinong tlio counsel representing tbo Pcoplo'i
: ompauy. ] Cx-SBuatorConkling _ is also in tin
Niw : YOUK , September 2'Bcnj. . D
Skinner , outside bond clerk for Blake Broa. iS
Jo , bankers , was found dead this morning
rom the effects of an over d"so of morphia
li < had been in pnor health a long time. It ii
ot believed to be a suicide , but an accident
le was married and was fifty years old. Hi
ra n. eon of T. S. Skinner , 1) . D. , of Chica
'o. ' . , .
j , -
ON , Scptembsr 22. Superintend-
nt Thompson , of tlio railway mall bureau hai
eturncd after a visit of inspection to the rr.il
ray mail routes west of Omaha. Ho travolot
vor the Union , Central and Northern Pacific
M ! roads and made many suggestions lookinc
o the improvement of tlio mail service whicl
re.ro at a rule immediately put in practice bj
lie officials , _ _ _ _ _ _
Jcatliofa GranilBon of Henry Otny.
LouisviLr.ii , Kentucky , September 22.
r.irry Clay shot hero ycstoij y didl thif.
lorning. ] Io w.ia a grandson of Henry Clay ,
ml was n very promising young man. The
itizonu are most indignant and tliero ia talk
f lynching Weplor who ia now in jail
The GlnsHblnwurs ,
Prmnunci , September 12. A delegation of
rominenljctlass-workers from Belgium , will
rrivo to-morrow to examine into the workings
I the new international association , gather
; athtics and satisfy themselves in regard to
10 repre-soutatioiH in.-ulo to them of the gluis
twineas in the United States before they on-
ir the association.
A Itlicliigan 1'ou-ii llKirilcatroycd.
BiiONSO.vMlch. ; , September 2An alarm
F fire was given late night at 7:30. Tlio lire
epartmcnt was out in force and finally sub.
lied the ilauios after two-thirds of the busi
est part ot the town had burned. Total loss
bout SJJ COO ; insurance 810,300. Origin nil-
A 1'rollllu Oil Well.
PlTTrtiiuita , September 21. The Phillips
ell , at Baldridgo , flowed yesterday thirty
ireo hundred barrels. At noon to-day it was
owing at the rate of three hundred and thir-
f eight barrels per hour. Tlio well is twenty
ays old , and has put mora than thirty-four
lousand barrels into the pipe line ,
A Fatal Umbrella.
GitEiiNsnunci , Pa. , September 22. By a
maway yesterday Goo. Semlorf , wife and
vo children were fecrioualy injured and a six
lonth'H old child instantly kil.ed , The horse
aa frightened by raising an umbrella ,
Death of Captain AV. 1' . Clark.
WASHINGTON , September 22. Captain W.
' . Clark , Second cavalry , and Attached to
lieutonant-Genoral Shuiidan'ti btalf , died hero
ii morning , Ho was oistinguisliod for ser >
ice in fighting Indians , and wax tlio best au-
lority on the Indian bign language ,
Tlio Great limilcruul.'H Tronliy.
WASIIINOTON , September 22 , The acting
icretary of the treasury directed the collec-
) r of customs at Now York to admit free of
nty the Ascot cup won by Keono'a ' Koxliall
Inch has boon in the custody of the collector
> r neatly two years.
Tlio MoroHliil Afl'itlr.
YOSKKIW , N. Y. , September 22. The
largo preferred against Victoria , now MM
ulzkamp , by her brotlier Atilla for tlio
Icgcd Btealing of u diamond breast pin U
IsiniRsed. No ojio/ijipearcd against her ,
ri > uni ; JJiBinnrck anil tlio 1'rlnuo of
LONIJO.V , September 22. Count Herbert
iieinarck anivcd ia London and started for
.borgeldio ciutlo , Aberdeen to visit the
'rinco ' of Waloa.
Killed In u Jlirno Cur.
NKWAHK , N. J , .September 22 , Mrs. Mo-
.aughlin . injured in n horua car , struck by a
) comotivo , died early this morning. The
unductor an < l driver were arrested and held
i await the curouorn Inquest.
v Drowned in tlio lUohawk.
BcilENKCT.vi'i , N. Y. , Koptember.SJ. Yc -
erday K. S , Hopkins , wlfa aud two othera ,
, - -ut out on thu Mohawk in a light boil ,
, Hopklna wai drowned by tUo buat cap-
"GOD SAVE THE QUEEN. "
From the Forecast Disasters
Thrcateu Her Throne ,
The Goverimioiital Oomplioatioi
Engoiidor Absolute Panic-
Disgraced in Egypt , Shorn of He
Naval Strength )
"Tho Mistress" Stands Appallc
at Her Future (
Gordon's ' Self Belief a Stigm
Upon Gladstone !
HolKluin Tlio CJIiolcra Ol her
Important VorclKii News.
NF.W Yonu , September 22. The Sun'acabl
letter from Dublin B y : The fit of panic froi
which Kngland ia suffering just now is 0110 (
the worst and most prolonged attacks she hii
had for years- Nothing is going right. Tlier
is n.it a point of the wldo horir.on of the futut
which is not darkened with lowering cloudi
and the perusal of the Kngltsh journals for th
last week would convince any foreigner llui
Kngland had permanently adopted the phi
osophy of Schoponhauor. The Khartoum e. >
pcuitlon is spoken of in the moat dospouden
way. The frequent changes of the plan , th
entering of boats ouo days the organization i
a camel corps the next , the call already fo
volunteers from the guard regiments , whic
are supposed to bo reserved- a last resorl
and finally the lurid and unbalanced telegram
of Gordon , produce mi almost universal leelin
that the whole thing is going to
l"n IN A FIASCO.
To complete the discontent there are re
ports of the loan being given despite the fall
uro of tlio conference. Lord Northbrook I
described as a cuuvoit to the principle of :
protectorate , and the public are divided hit
two parties , the ono dreading that all thi
money aud possibly blood are going to abso
Into waste because of Gladstone's resolve t
to fulfill his pledge of withdrawal , and th
other pointing to the outspoken and ( lore
declarations of even moderate French journal
that Franco will not permit the monopoly o
Kgypt by Knglaml. All attempts to puue
trate the doeigim of the imperial trio fron
whoso councils ICnglaiid was HO ostentatious ! ;
excluded are vain.
And these things lend additional intercs
and impoitanco to the really novcro panic tha
lias Hot in on tlio condition of the navy. Vo
the first time tlio charges have passed from tli
unreal speeches of expectant ollico-holdcru am
retired admirals , who are panic-monger
by profession , to the columns of popula
papers , Kor once the sardonic and bittcri ;
anti-radical St. James Gazctto and thu ve
hniucntly Gladstoniau Pall Mall aie agreed
Xlio St. James Gazette Minis up the situa
tion by declaring that Knglaud baa not eeci
Iho last of her great wars.
It adds that , ' 'While as a boligerent natioi
wo nro morq and mQro doubted , there i
scarcely a nation in Europe where wo are no
* ' " ' = "
s no |
question of tlio hour with characterittli
liromptitudo by devoting twelve columns o
its contracted space to un examination of tin
condition of the navy. Its conclusions art
pessimistic in tha extreme. The position al
ways demanded by Englishmen of all particf
ivas that England's navy should bt
jqual to all the navies of the other powon
jf Europe together. This is far from bo
og tbo cuso now. During the last fifteen
fcaru the naval exponilitnro of other powen
ms increased per cent while in England II
: ias .slightly doireaecd. So far from boiufj
diead in armor , guns and speed to any proba-
ilo combination of fleets , elio is just n littli
( head of I'Vanca ' in shits. ; bejiiml her in'giins ,
iboufc eintal In armor and speed. Englisl ;
funa are infeiior In ) ) oth weight and power t.
.lioso of 1'rauce , and oven Italy. The poinl
hat leads additional danger to nil this is that
low England ia absolutely dependent on oth-
ir countries , especially America , for food ,
The English papers themselvcHliang upon thii
in the main chnngo in the _ naval elUia
ion i.f the empire , and the staid and almos
illieial j'J'publlquo Krancalso , by way o
vnrning Kng.1'1"1' ' against her supposed bos
ility to France , > nnbo an elaborate calcula
ion on the subject , concluding with the atato
nent that the cutting elf of the eua communi
ation of England for six Weeks
WOI'M ) MKAS A TAMIS'lJ.
Tlioso considerations lend additional fnrcx
o the startling statements that tin ) prepara-
ions of England against tlio Alabaman of the.
titurii are insufficient to allot three to each
tation , and that for 1 11,000 merclmntmon
cattcred all over the world there are only
wonty-four unatmored vessels of u speed ox-
ceding fourteen knots an hour , Finally , a
ornodo service is absolutely non-existent.
The newspapers still continue to publish
o'umnH of contradictory aud iniaginatiyo ac-
oiinls of the reaultH of thu imperial inter-
'lows. Tito fclitoment isiopeatcd co often as
obopeihapa credible that ono great object
, -as to jircparo moans for gradual disarma-
tent. The despots nio 6-iid to bo getting
fraiil of these vast forces becanso the fright-
id increase of poverty , and therefore of HO-
iallHin , to whicli they nro loading and some
oiibts are oven felt whether in the coming
onllict between the throne and rovo-
iitiou , the troops could bo relied on.
'ho Englinh pessimists draw tl.u
onclusion from tha reconciliation of Austria
ml itusuia , that Hussia has buen Induced to
bandon her designs on tlio Italknus in con-
Iduration of lier _ being allowed to do what tlio
ikes against England in Central Asia.
The ono small crumb of comfort that IH ex-
racted from the telegrams of Gordon by tbo
liuisterial organs in that he is in favor of tlio
illo and noc of the Sniikin ] ! cilicr route.
JoublH are now felt whether , oven if Wol o-
iy gotn to Khartoum , ho will bo able to in-
uco Gordon to leave all hircgolves Htill
icing apparently in favor of rotninlng thin
orntorv , unlosH It is to bo taken in hand
y the sultan of Turkey. It i * not known
, -hotlic'r Wolsoloy has among bin other
mtvers that of recruiting ( Joiuon , but It ii
liought by cynical observers that toinu- such
utliority will bu roijitirod to dinpouo of
HlAIMTONIl'rf WHITK KI.HI'IIANI' .
The prime minister ban been compelled , an
icHt people thought , to depart from the vow
f siloiicohu imposed on himself , and in now
mkiiii siieechoi at the rate of two or thrflo
day , The radicals are seriously disap-
lolnteil at his dutcrminatiun to routrain the
gitation from an attack on the bouso of Ionic ,
ml literary crities mourn over the
, laby - wanhy stuff that is madii to do
luty for \irilo oratory in hi *
oplicH to the numberloiiH aildrcsseu , Sir
itulford Nottcoto'n rival harraiiKuen are nit-
let-stood to lie raid by I'dltora , oorUluly thuy
ro not read by nuybudy uln3. 'J'horo Is u
erta'n ' tendency to greater vlulonco In the
ooech ol the liberal rank and lilo , and a nlifbt
eiiHutioii IIUH bitiiit caused by the ttateinont
hut tlia I'rlnco of Walm intends to _ depuit
rum the constitutional rcutraiut of his port
ion , and t vote for thu i-ucond rcadlug of thi )
lill lli thu autumnal seHiun , If ho tikp : no bulil
tcp it would 1:111 : the agitation ugaintt the
neaMiio , and , llioutfh the tiling bcoina
inlikoly , it wmild bo only part of bii policy
muny yearn of iiiukln the EnglUh crown
9 dc-mocratiu as
LOM N , K"i > teiuber 22.Th' ) Mark Lane
Cxprus , In iti weekly review of the corn
rftdp , Bays ; "Thu line hut woutbor caueo ?
very fnvornblo coiulitlmH for next yc *
crop , A'aluo * hftVo iln lined. Sales of En
b h wheat for thn jivwrlf ! , 7-ll.T qunrte
at03s 7d , against ( W.HI .marlm . nt-lls-
for thecorrejpondlvg vrok la t yonr. In tl
forf Ign trade there Jim K en a further doclli
and values nro only noi linal. Off co.nt trai
H confincit to a f Wv > ViwtraH n onrgoon ai
ono AinoriOftn which sold nt 32 * 3d. The
were ten nrriv l Hurlnff thowook nndsn\ (
Files. Tnocnrgdu * withdrew , llvo remalnei
tiftonn cargoes now diK' . In 1-indon , trade
much depressed. J-Jonr l < Oil lower. Mat :
ioty qui t. IJntlttv is ( M lowtr , Dal
qniot. Hoans and pei unclianged , and bus
ness in them steady. '
x'i September 2i Tlio report tin
tlio eiego of Kbarlonru lm collafsed , whic
reached Cairo from various sources , Uconllrn
od by olllcial tclcgrains , I'repnv-albna for tl
dpspatch of n camel corps to the Soudan , coi
tinuowlth unabated -vigor. 3 ten who bav
enlisted for this scrtitu' will proceed to Kpyi1
in the Iran8portg'il > zcnn"nnd "Anstrabn ,
instead of the "Kiin , " M lirst intended. Tli
aitmirallty K'vp noliw that COO men are o >
peeled to sail in tifo"Decan'1 and "Austral !
\ > > ill probably bo dtlaVcd only a tow dayf > , am
then proceed in the 'yCsin. "
Uni'ssKLS , SoplenuiM 22 , The streets u
this city are filled this vronlnn willi excite
throngs of people , bniE'lhoy were mostly ( igh
seei-n. A few grpufts paraded singing am
sLoulinff. The policft cntilv dinpursod sncl
groups. A decree ! published annonncin
that the director of. the Notionnlo no\v papo
Is expelled from the country for printing vie
lout republican nrticlos.
Dalrj' , J'roduetn.
Ciut'Aao , Soptomtpr 22. Tliolnter Ocean'
Illinois. Skim chotso sold at ( ! @T4 ; fill
creams at 10. liultcr advanced ( ivo cent
over lost week's prices , regular sales boln |
. ' (3,000 ( pounds at 30@2o | , closing firm. 1'ri
vato rales of 5.7CO boxoi of cliecso and 155,001
pounds of butter wore' reported , Total sale ;
§ 75,000. Tlieso trausaotions nro the heavies
of the season and tho'prlco for butter Is higboi
than in any ot
Their Money iiml itol.itlvcs.
MOXTIIBAI , , Septamber 2. ' . A charge hai
boon preferred here nfnnst ! ] ) r. Howard , su
porintcndont of the longuo I'oint asylum , fo
signing certiflcatqs for committal of two per
persons as being insane without Booing tlu
parties before they were lodged in the institu
tion. It is urged that tbo patients were no
affected in mind , although confined with lima
tic * . It | s expected the government coimiiia
nionere will make an investigation ,
Italy Cholera , itnllctin.
KOMK , September 22. The bulletin o
Iho ravages of cholera in Italy during the pas
twenty-four hours. Bergamo province cigh
teen cases , eleven deaths ; Ctinco provinces
no cases , fourteen doathi ; Genoa province
twenty-Hind coses , nine deaths ; Naples City ,
three hundred and five ca s , one hundred aiu
sixty-one deaths , i'otal four hnudicd nnc
nine cases aud two hundred and twonty.si >
Belgium PoUtlunt Troiililun.
BnvssitrJi ! , eritemVrajJ2 , The burgomas
ter.pf tliUifcifcj ? ' bM.fimt i a j
.t.- = .i- klil'i.r/V- i-r .J
BOSTON , Septombcr 22. The table coin-
piled from special dcsratchcs to tbo Pot.
from tbo the leading clearing liousoj of the
United States gives the clearances for tin
tveok ended Septombcr 20th , with pcrcenta i
3f increase nnd dccrcaw , comimred with cor
responding week of 1SS3. Total , SG02.77U
DOS ; decrease , 320,200,000.
Tlio Tonally of Dlaobodlonuc.
KANSAS Cur , September 22. Two freigh
trains on the Hannibal rend collided near Nov
Ciainbria , JTo. , at halt past tlireo this inoriiing
riireo men were killrd , including tlio enginee
if thn west bound train , and the uonducto :
mil another fatally wounded. The wcs
bound train was running contrary to orders ,
, The Tallnj oostx Wreck.
YiNKYAiiimAVKX , M achusotts , .Septem
ber , 22. Tbo steam tug , Jtoacno , with tw <
pontoons of 175 tons llonting capao.ty each ,
arrived from the wiock of the TaUapoosa thi
inorninR. When the other pontoon- ] arrive
From ilia wreck of Iho sttte of Maine , an nt-
[ empl will bo made to raleo the wreck of thu
BiulKo and lllood.
> roKfiKHroiiT , 1'n , , September 22. At mid-
lighh Saturday , Theodora Dwyer was phot
ind killed In his own liouso at liutlcr by Jan.
'utcrson , a prominent citl/.en , Tlio two Jinon
md boon drinking with fnondo niul bocaueo
. 'otemon wanted to t'o lioniu a ( Barrel ensued
tilh the above results.
SllOJUllH LOHt It.
lidiKEA , Nevada , September 22 Fire to
lay destroyed ton buildings , principal among
hem being the Parker house and Wbito 1'inu
tank. Losses , S0OCO. ? Inaiiranco , mi-
Tlio Gordon Itollof I'lvpcailKui.
LONDON , Sojitember ' 22. General Lord
Voleoly has telegraphed the war ollico to nlop
urwnrdiiif ; troops to JCpypt for the present. It
< believed the expedition for thu relief of
Cbartonm will bo reduced to a Hying column
wing to the favorable news fioin Goiicral
Goncl Nowu to ISiiKllHh TorlCH.
C.Mirb , September 22.A dispatch from the
'Vouch ' consul at Khartoum repoi Is the siege
f that city raisml , and the country in thu
leighboibood of Khartimm freed from rebuilt ,
nd the obtaining of food supplies compara-
LONDON , September t'2 , Ordura wcro ro-
eivc.fl at Woolwicli to-day from the admirnli-
y mupcnding work on the transports for
'Vypt. AfUirwards theoo orders were rescind-
d and directions tivtn to complete the nhlp-
uontb without delay ,
A B\VlBB HlllAHll-Up.
IKHNK ! , Heptombor22 , A oorioiia railroad
ccident occurred today near Loclu , caused by
ho collision of two pateengor trains. One
idy was killed outright. .Sixteen others were
Gliolura In Hinin | ,
MAIJIUU , September 22. fjlnco last account
lovcn frusli cases of cholura wcro dovolopcd
t Allcanta and tlx at Turmaoiin. TJirce
loatbs at latter and flvo nt thu former town.
A N ny Hallway ,
' 22. The 1'eim-
JtKAiilKa , 1'u. , Hiiptomlcr
ylvauiu Schnylkill Valley railroad was for-
riully opened thU morniug between
't-tUlown and riiiUdoli'hla , No ti ; cial cure-
HI I'diil & Ojuulitt Dividend.
WAU. STIIKKP , September 22.Tho direct-
un of tha Bt , 1'aul & Omaha have declared n
liurterly dividend of Jj per cent un preferred
tuck , payable October < ' iO.
A Day of Riflloiis Excitoincot in
Gliicaso firaia Pils ,
The Corner 111 Oorn Sonda Prioi
up to Eighty.
A Pandemonium Among tl
" " " "
"Louga" and "Shorts ,
Hysterical Travesties on tli
Strange Situation ,
The Impenetrable Mystery of th
Impelling Power ,
"Wheat Ijnx Cnttlo Market Stirfoltc
Stronger Tlio Provis
ion iMnrkot Unrrnu of
Special telegram to tbo Hun.
TIIK QIIAIN nrs.
OHICAOO , September 22. Highly cent cor
and aovonty-livo cent wheat was Urn aiiomal
presented on 'ChaiiRO to-day. Whether tli
relative values of theeo ceronl.i over befoi
presented mich a stranga contrast in not pi (
cisoly known , but th present condition c
atfairH ia acknowledged to bo very uiuuim
Karly In to-day's trading there was n strcr
uoin cifort made by "short" interest to cans
their September nnlo.s but there wcro no iul (
rnialo olferings until the very pimiclo of higl
prices wa touched , oightycentM , nathora wer
then olford to Kettle , the market then dronpe
elf to 78. Hose again to 78 and closed at thn
liguro , In the latest dealings of the day. Tli
present high figures lias apparently killed al
now speculation , very few operators haviii )
courage to create any larger short intores
than now exists oven at tlicso maxlnmni lig
nrex. The extent of the dea
idnoapruarH not to bo clearly undorntood , no :
is it known who are the partioa that are nov
in Kupromo control of the market. Jtut whoever
over they may bo they have thus far demon
xtrated their ability to retain completa con
trol and name any tigurcH they chooHO for tin
the near dolivorya. Tlio claim n made thai
the short interest ia Htill tmtliclontly largo ti
udvauco the price to a dollar per bunhel if thoj
ilesiro to do po. September corn offered ) a (
r , rose i and 1 cent at a time until SO wa :
reached , when a decline of ] cent occurred
which waa tlio closing price on Iho regubti
board , and closed the afternoon Hoaaion. Ocl
roeo 3 } , broke elf ngaln , but closed nearly a
the best figures of tlio day. Nov. also mlvancci
mo cent while tlio year and Ma ;
ihowed llttlo change. Tlio lutes
notations were 7'J for September , Ml.
for October ; -18 for November ; -IOJ for tin
year ; S'JJ for Slay.
Notwithstanding tl.o enormous losses that
luuet have , fallen on many mumberu , nu
inurous little pleaiuntries were indulged in
At . . - one . . , tiuip.it , . . . . . wiis , . . n prcpor . thing to impale i
rv member happened to liavo ii bank book li
Ids pocked , ho placed a few kernels botweoi
the luiwos , aud declared hiu intention of depositing
positing it In lion of gold , Traders offorini
to _ sell nt 7l'o or 80c would bi
cried down with such remarks an
"Jon't throw your property away lik
that , it can bo raised for tlio price , " otc
Upon being asked who , in Ida opinion , wu
commandor-in-chiof of the manipulator ! ) , in
old aiiuculator replied that it was tlio blimtos
deal bo oven saw , but Hint the mihjoct bai
been reduced down to whore tbo majority hai
little doubt that the man in Armour. How
ever , the moHt prominent iiamo inmilinnoi
on Vliange is that of 1 * 11. Wearo. It ia f > al <
that ho positively refined to nettle any trade
nnd would not Hell a pushsl of corn at anj
price. On this account , there being othon
similarly inclined , the market for an Inflated
Jeal is very dull. The general feeling ii
itro if ( in coiiBideratlon of all who an
interested in thu corner , and It is ciaimad thai
, ho manijmlutorf , in view of this , siiift the ro-
< poiinll.ihtynprm each othern' ohoulders , and
iiiulc again , until there is no certainty in what
lircction the coiidcmiiation would bt ) jimtifm-
ilo , A largo number of broakorn , who find-
nf ( itrcmuncnitivo employment | n acting a
ornoM agents , have ilosoitud their auticor-
ler friends , whoso just didploasuro they have
hereby incurred. Some of them who are in-
lehlt'd to members not In the curner , aiu cou-
idered to have acted dfcgrncofully , and will
10 axkud to walk up and settle for thom-
fun Rlron In early dealings but grow lioavy
nd fell oif rapidly toward tlio cloio of thu
[ gnlar nuesion but became firm on the after-
eon board. Closing | o iimlor Saturday , Tlio
vtest iuotatloiin | were 70 for October ; 77'/ / for
t'uvumbcr ; 7U1 for December.
nleil firmer In Hympathy with wheat ; closing
t 21 for September211J for October ; 201 No-
ember and year.
dvancod to 12 00 ,
tongor ; closing at 7 U5 for Soptombtr ; 7 H25
> r October ; 7 174 'or ' November.
Among the fresh roceinU wflro 7WO ran 8
attlo , The htavy rccoiptu , although iinlici
nted , had u depro sing clfeut. ISuyern hold
If and triulu ruled dull , l ispatclies from
t'uw York reported -i0 ) ! curu of cattle and n
alf a dollar lower. There wcro not ever
, fiX ( ) nulivos among tiio fresh receipts. Prices
ro HO irregular that it Is almost impossible to
lake up quotations. Best corn fed and solid
ativna HtuoiH may ho quUeil at I ! 2 ! < to I ! 85.
JommoM native Bit-era < vcru Belling unywhoro
rein 4 25 to f > f)0 , and medium nt f ) GO t < > 5 75.
Cat ivo butcher * stock steady and
11 very light supply. Stockera
nil foeileiH Kcarco and linn. Itungo stock ,
iany of the salesmen quoted as ( leclinml lit
! SOil5 ( ( 5U , ns compared with the liilicHt ( lust
voek , anil whether Iho decline will end bofoto
ho glut is worked elf no imoHO-jmn to proillul.
( ioixl to choicn Hbippem 1-1)0 ) and UOO
lounds , ( i 00@ ( ! fiOj common to fair , 1000 aud
2UO puimils , ! Wdiiti 05 , Kannu c.ttlln woio
wale. Through Texanii , U GOd \ CA : Wjom-
ng , ! 00510. . Ono bundled Wyoming ,
217 puiinilK , 5 IfO ; 2KO lialf-breedH , 1011
Kiuods170:200 : Wyomlugii , 115li pounds ,
( JB ; H75 Nobrai-kaH , 1115 pound * , 1 2y ; 2 0
'exnnti , 10.VJ pounds 02 } ,
The market ojmnod HIHV ! nnd rather weak
nit before the moiniiig hours ponaod sotiio nr-
out fehlpi > lnK grades wuro secured whicli
timulaUd the demand , anil by noon about all
; ul but 11 sold , the general market closing eon-
idcrably Hlrongur than at the opening , rikip.-i
nd graders sold ntI 75f'fi ( ) 2. > ; iieHortcil light ,
and medium mixi-.d ,
t 5 75WO 10 ; common
r.oa-5"HOj : best heavy , li OU@G 25 ; light , ICO
u 210 pounds , 5 : ( % 0. ) ,
Tlio Kxoltcmcmr In Now York ,
Ipecittl telcuram to the UKK ,
NKW VOIIK , September 22 , The opening
ras dull this morning ami tlio stock mmket
las not bucn nutivo ut any time yet. Them
irasnouioproKHUrotoBoll in St. I'auland Niuth-
re t < ! rii , and the prieo w u forced dowiilgc
or thu tirdt and fo for the Noitlnveulcin. The
lould brokelri lefil'oil to loan thn I uluii IV
Hie , and thu rate wea put tip to 3U2 for use ,
ndocil tlio loan crowd becjmu very
ncli\o at niiitimo " " ' 1 prtiniu
wore roquiml for nil tc-cl . -1 ' * fhow *
iiicroft injf nhoit ItiteioKt Mid ma.v \ ' ° prcli
Inary top to A munll WJUOMO nsr.x' " , , , r '
buys. H U r\oii taid that the ' lymm
church calico jmrty ate geltlrg their Wf | lln
en njTiiin and that Dracnii Wlilluvill "
object ( intero.'t to thn Ijnckawana chi ' ' * '
short nrdor. The llutry in thn Chicago Rr1 !
market Is dividing the attention of ppecm > > t <
ulth the breAk In oil. U ii certain that t.
ha been heavy trending on the corns
seine of griiln operators hero , for the majori
of them this afteinoon nro denouncing tl
grain gambler. ? who get up "corners'1 In pn
itiictK. Oil clmoil Saturday at 7lje ! , nnd liroV
Ic to-day. Tlio oxcitmiietit on both exchangi
1ms been intense , nnd the fluctuations fust nu
fmloun. ICtchniiRes nnd broker * olllei-s lit
Tinvili-d , in sharp contrast In the stock bn
: rw olllces. The bn-ak la attributed to th
iig Iliiw of tint na\v Phillip ] well and th
promising prospect of thoio now drilling In II
newly discovoi-fd seclion. The activity , ah
iif brokpM supposed to bo Belling for tlui Star
[ laid Oil company U not pleasing to those-
IL' long tide.
WlmDItl II ?
CltiiMiiP , September 22 No clearly define
Idea exists as to whoNliehiud the corn cornel
but Iho conviction U gradually spreading tlin
t Is Ariiniur. Tlio statement H made that b
k after two or thrco partloi against whom 1
Jins a special enmity , nnd it is said that ho 1m
thcpo unknown parties nhort well up In th
hundred thonaiHl , but that they 'fctlll refus
to buy in at his figmes. It is fniposjlhlo ti
nucortaln what bouses and traders had beet
forced to cover their shorts to-day. Kvory
thing it in a chaos of doubt and uncertainty
ADIacnHCtl Girl I\IIIH Away "VVItli r
Man nnd Her Mother's
UOSTON , Soplember 22. A twelve year oh
Ctrl of Farmiiigham , on IViday lacked i
valiji.1 with diamonds nnd negotiable bond
to the amount of ? CO,000 belonging to be
mother and ( started for Itostou to meet ,
young nmn and elope with hiui , The pit ! '
nnino la Sadie Itobinson , diughtcr of 0. V.
Robinson. Sadie's mind has boon Tilled will
romantic Ideas of runaway marriages. Sli
said that 1'rid.iy morning she tool
the valise with her to school am
had given it to n woman. She told a story ol
having her life threatened unless slip complied
with a demand for money. She said she met
the woman in Albany , nt the station , and
gave her the valise , which was recovered in a
uuig store , where Sadie had left it , promising
to call for it to-day. She rcfiued to give thu
niuno of the man with whom she intended to
elope. The valise contained tha following :
Ono thousand llvo hundred dollars in bank
billn , three ono thousand United States bonds ,
S7 000 worth of diamonds , 8:13,000 : worth of
MII.WAVKII : : , September 22. Malinger Mer
rill of tlio Chicago Milwaukee & St. 1'aul , is
pronounced very poorly , but there are no foan
of his immediate death. Ills physician is in
altonihinco upon him three times dally and
occasionally at night , but the congestion ol
blood on tbo brain when thu blooil vcsse
broke , which caused second Btrolto paralysis
three weeks ago Saturday is thought to him
l > uy.
Si'niNonULi ) , Ills. , September 22. To-da-
the colored people of Springfield and surround
y > 3V > .i.b. U .ianCiai.rauTl :
. "VJ. . - > * ' .1 * * ( > * " - t * . . "M ii ( * 4 ; . , rtr- , .t * * , * 1. IWY
In the forenoon thBywvjBltod TJiicoIn'u ok
honiQ In a body and In the afternoon the )
Detuned to au address at Oak Hideo park.
The principal speakers were Snmuol V. Case * ,
and Kov. Geo. lirentz , Thn attendancu was
laitfo. and the occasion was very enjoyable.
AtVonlil lioJluiilHl , Ijynulicil.
New Om.i'ANH , September 22. A Times-
Democratic llermnnsvillu , Miss. , e ] > ccial says ;
A brutal negro named Kesfcr brolco into tliu
to-iidoiico of J , W. Fife Saturday night and
attempted to imlrago I'ifo'.s daughter. The
cries of Iho girl brought thu family to her as-
Histanco aiu ) the noero Hod but was caught
early Sunday morning and lynched.
Oliolora In Nalcn.
WASlll.vfiTON , Soitombor 22. The depart-
inontof etato received from the United States
consul at Naples the following telegram rela
tive to tliu cholera In that nlnco : "Septem
ber 22d. Tim condition of affairs are moro on-
j.nnah'iiif ; , There nro fewer ruses and deaths.
Capes , HU5 , deaths , U" in the jiait twenty-four
A DjiiniifjfMl Dlvlno ,
DUIU.IN , Siptombor 22. Itov. Trackloton , a
IVusbytorian minister at Tiillamoro , brought
i llhal suit against Iho l reoinan's Journal for
L'50,000 damiigcs for printing in iti olnms
that ho clopi'd with Mrs. llrown to 1'iwln.
Mrs. Jirown hai aUo brought suit against tlfo
tame paper , claiming' damugei at i''i.OOJ.
JliiHlixvlinckliij ; In K/O'pt.
OAIIIO , Ki'ptomber 22 , It is reported that
1C I Mnhdi intends to reinforce his troopop -
rating bnforo Khaitouin. Friendly Amar-
irs again defoatoil the Jladontlowae1 , and the
latter uppoulod to Osman Digna for assist-
uico , Tlio Amarars lost thirty killed in the
JlHti-onili > i : Druntli ,
I'lrTHiiumi , September 22 , Tliu drought In
, ho western part of WashbiKlon county is so
jail that the caltlo urn dying and sheep have
loriuhcd In hit go number * .
MuHHUCllllHOltH JlllllCrllOH ,
UOHTON , Soptombet 22. The peoples' paity
ipened Its eanipalgn at Lynn to-night
> y a receiitionti ) Oeni-ral Duller , and two ini-
niiiiou ru'lies at tbo music hull and the col-
E N ? i yl ;
\ ] ; , * , ' & K''tlt IH.I..I . .Aft X . ' /.W > '
\ytU \ iJ y yt ( . . ! * n ff-sv ;
iraltiii ) uri'.v ! iiun | .m > nljf < l uici-.tciui .
11 AiiiU-iM-/.1 X'o.ivl Jj.ikiunI'owilor. . I ! > o * '
! 'v ' < ly f'linE. JU-iu ; i iniirM'liiutU"tlntoniu'j ! !
let ivlln > iiiMlir > Uctiitii'-tiR,3H. ! , JWll'lIIuVH , llo -
> ai ) M. Hi l-luiii.iliK' , in'I'lilcnuoud ; uu.'l
DuiK , MlHiiiuki.il. NovcrsuM la bulU.
. _ . .O..T- . fl.PJOREvys.ft . tt- ,
MiscGllaiiG3iis a Ifoclasiiifliid Itcnu of
Domcslic News ,
Extraordinary Larga Number of
Assignments , Failures and
Financial Embarrassments ,
Kaoes , Base Ball and Other
Sporting Events ,
Suicides , Lyncliings , Accidents
and Varied Casualties ,
Another Giddy Htnpcincnt ( tnlhvny
Topics Tlio Treasury Sncocs-
slon A. Now Coinot Gtlior-
wise Intorostln .
A. Ilntul IJnrncd ,
l'oHTr.\Ni > , Oregon , Seplombor 22. A fire
last night destroyed n whole block including
Iho Ksmoml house , the leading hotel of Iho
city. Thn fire started in a hay yard , and
pnad with inch rapidity that all efforts to
mivo the hotel was iniav.iling. Total loss ,
The Clnvolnnil Fire ,
CI.KVKI.ANI > , Soi > tombor 22. Ttoyised oftl-
matoa of the lossen'by yesterday' * fire shows
fonroo IJrothers & Company , $30,000 ; Brown ,
StruiiR & Company , S85UOU , insurance . * 5-
COLD WATKK MICH. , September 22. The
beat half of the business patt of the town
burned. The fire department from Detroit
ramo to assist and checked the fire. It ia sup
posed to bo the work of an ncendary.
A Huston llla/.o.
"liOHTO.v , September 22. The Middlesex
bleaching and dyoworlcs , Somervllle , burned.
Loss ! ? 2j0COO , ; partially insured.
NEW YOIIK , September 22. The failure of
A. ' . S. Jonoa wai announced at the Now York
Mining and I'otrolonin ICxolnngo this morn-
ng. Two lumdtoil and fifty thousand barrels
if oil were closed out for the account
Xachariuh Stern , clothier. nssiRiicd to Mon-
tz Krondenborg , preferancoa § 230OCO.
Loumvn.i.i : , September 22. The well
mown whisky firm of Nowcomb , Buchcnan &
3o. , filed a deed in assignment to-day. The
leed merely states the liabilities exceed
Niw : Yonic , .September 22. Preferences in
issiRtimcnt of Xachariah Stern are § 23,000 in-
itcad of 82:10,000. :
CHICAGO , September 22. Jacob Bursdorf's
upholstery establishment closed to-day on
ijmj'Ct.iVxiwwr iB' uoi VfWnf tn'rt > f acSry''J ' rn'V }
Ji6"hamlsof the "sheriff.'Efibllitloir , § 20,000 ;
TIIK I.OU18VILr.K MQCOll FAir.UUE.
Louiavn.rB. September 22. An assign-
nent is placed on record to-day from the grunt
ivhiskv corporation of Nowcomb. Buchanan &
3o. , the largest affair of the kind in the uoutli
mil one of the largest in the union. Other
iBHignmonts for the benefit of creditors were
iloU by Geoiwo C. and Andrew Buchanan
noinbura of tlio linn. The deeds of assign-
nont nro all very general in their terms , mero-
y setting out that their liabilities are moro
han their assets and that finding themselves
mablo to meet the juit demnudi upon them ,
hey convoy all their property , real and per-
onal for the benefit of their genurul creditors.
L'hoy except such property as is exempt under
ho statutes. UoorcoV. . .Morris was made as-
Ignoo of the company and of George C. and
Vndrow Buchanan. It will ba remembered
hat Nowcomb , Buchanan it Co , failed about
wo years ngo.but finally succeeded in obtaining-
xtonsion front their creditors. Their linbil-
tic.'i were then about § 1,500,000 while their
loniinal assuta were S2,000,00. Since then
hey have paid elf many of the old debts , by
ontrnuting now ones and ruduciug the bulk
f their atsets. Humors on the etrcots e.-vy
hntGoorco 0. unil Andruw Buchanan have
klppod tha town. A sou of ouo of then
ayti : "Katber has not been seen sincoSundny , "
nd hu Bays ho docH't't know when ) ho boa
one and Andrew Buchanan is also missing
nd can't ho found. Nothing ia known as to
hu condition of tlio firm'.s nflaits further than
tilled in thu assignment. 'J'bu absence of the
lumbers of the firm from thu city has aroused
ho uspiciou of something wroucr , but noth-
ng is kuuwn to confirm them. Mr. Morris ,
ho asslgneo , says that the linn hai simply : vs-
igned , as they Hliould have done n year ago.
CIIIUAUO Ii.l , Heptombcr 2. A confession
f judgement to the total nmoiint of $39.000
ran filed to-day against A. I'lieilman & Co.
/holeaulu jotvelciti in thin city. When the
ojnity Blicnlf attempted to inako a levy on
ho ttocl ; of the linn , U. Bach nch was found
it poHsoi'&ion who stated that aforoclosuro had
iei'11 niiulu in his favor by chattel mortgage
[ ) rltuO. ) ) llo also declared stock was not
f value to oxccod § 5,000 ,
I.ONDO.V , Ont. , Septoiuber 22. Thomas
'mvcott ' , a banker of this city and tlio head
f eoveral agencies of Western Ontario , ia in
Illicultiea. It is known that his chocks
ran refined by the bank of Montreal. Lla-
ilitles e-Htiinatod at 8800,000 -Sl.OOO.OOO. . It
i stated that his several acencies have car-
led discounts representing about § COOCO
I.OU1HVII.I.E JOCKKV CLl'li HACKS.
LOUISVIU.K , .September 22. Track stilt
lllo nnd onu-Bixtotnth Bclling-Whispctinu
on , 1'Iros 2d , Diamond ad ; time 1.5U.
Mile heats handicap puret Iviouua won ,
, i < ! zio S 2d ; bust limo , lJ7.if. :
- . nnd up-
JSIilo nnd a ( jnarter-thri-e-year.olds
. nrds-Ntophjto won , Ytrgio llcarno 2d ;
line , 2li : ( | . , , . ,
Belle Meade haltoa , two-year-old colta
lirce-fourtlu mile Wnrreutou won , 1'cgasus
d , Clay 1'atu 3d ; time 1:17. :
imiUIITON 11KAUH HACKS.
BnioilTON BiiAtll , September 22.-Two-
oar old maidens , live-eights of a milo-Bou-
in Leo won , Thunderbolt second , Lenox
liirdi time 1:011. :
Mile-soiling Dan K. won , Musk second ,
lurthnima thiul ; tlmolWJ. :
Handicap all oges , ono and ono-eightli
lilna Lutestring won , 1'lutigor second , bio-
inn third ; Unto 1:57.1- :
Non-winners thrte-fourtlts of n mile Joe
Inn-ay won , Manitoba Bccond , Barney Aaron
ttlrd ; time 1:18. . , . , , ,
llutdlo raco-ono and one-fourth miles , flvo
nrdlcs Ually won , 1'awneo second , Jesslo
) , UilidU } co 2:221. :
At Cleveland-CIoveland Ct rhlladelphia 7.
At ToleJo Toledo 5 , Virginia 2.
At Cincinnati Cincinnatas 0 , Ualtlmores
' At Columbus Colmnmw 0 , MetroiwlitaiH
M IiiJianepolls Indianapolis 2 , Allo
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