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Iowa State Rtplilican Gonyentionin
Session at DBS Moines.
Larrabao to Head Their Ticket for
Quaker Democrats Convene a Day
--Nominate a Day ,
John Sherman Sounds tlio Tocsin ol
AVnr the Opening of Ohio'
THE STATE CONVENTION HURTS AND EFFECTS
A TEMrOKAIir OROANIZATION.
Dm MOINES , la , , August 20. The state
convention does not meet until 3 o'clock this af
ternoon. Will do no work beyond effecting n
temporary organizktionnnd appointing of , by
congressional districts , the various working
committees . Adjournment will then ba taken
until to-morrow. lion. George D , Perkins ,
editor of the Sioux City Journal , Is to bo tem
porary chairman of the cjnvcntlon.
L&nnAiiEE ron GOVEIUS-OH.
Indications are now th t Lttrrabeo will hive
800 or more of tin 1,083 for the nomination
fcr governor , nnd his friends are working to
got him nominator ! by acclamation. Clayton
is the only candidate in the field so far for
lieutenant governor , An effort is being mada
to-day to Indues Gusoral Given , who with
drew yestoi day m a candidate for governor ,
to be a candidate for supreme judge against
THE CONVENTION AT WOHK ,
Tha republican state convention mot hero
this nftsrnoon nt 3.39 p m , with the largest
attendance in the h'ttury nf the pirty. It
was called to order by Hon. W. P. Wolf ,
chairman of the republican state central cim-
mlttep. Hon. Gaorge D , Perklrs , editor of
the Sioux City Juiirnul , was elected tempo
rary chairman , nnd lion Lafayette Young ,
of Atlantic , temporary secretary. Mr. Per
kins , on taking tha chair , delivered n strong
nnd Impretsive address , outlining the main
isiues of tha campaign. His tpgech was
loudly cheered , iMptclully tha portions In
which ho contrasted the difference between
the republic in and democratic parties In lennon
on the question of tha control ut the liquor
The convention proceeded to perfect B tem
porary organization by the appointment of
committees , composed uf 0110 from each on-
greesional district , on credentials , permanent
organization , and resolutlooB. The Utter
committee Is composid nf the fallowing from
the eleven districts In tliHr numerical order :
Charles Beardsloy , Drs iloines county ; O M.
Waterman , Scott ; U. C. Hemingway , Black
Hnwk ; J. W. arinth , Floyd ; H. S. Pairall ,
Johnton ; J. G. Hurcbininn. Wnpollo ; J. S.
Clarkson , Polk ; J. N. Josephs , Union : Smith
McPhersun , Mcntgomeryt J. D , Huuttr ,
linmiltoii ; J. N. Miller , Sac
Tha follonmg were cho on as the
BTATE CENTRAL COMMITT/KB
for lha unsulng year : Louis Wlenatcln , Des
Momoa couuty ; Oohu Ililsitigi r , Jackson )
E. A. Davidton , Bremer : F. W. Uurdlck ,
Winncahelk ; W. U. Needham. Keokut ;
John Harriet. Outline ; MUlard F. Stuokey ,
Uec tur ; O P. Scott , Pottawattumle ; J. 11.
Hayes Story ; Gee D PerkliiP , Wi.oc1bury.
During the convention thoru was luud an-
plauto at the moutiou nf the nanus ofJ. S.
Olarkson , editor of the Dos Moiuts Register ,
Smith McPheraon , Into attorney general , and
other prominent republlciUii.
After perftctlng a temparary organization ,
the convention adjourned to meet at 0 o'clock
to morrow morning. It is understood that
the committee on permnnont organization
have chosen ai permanent chairman the Hun.
P. M. Sutton , of Marshnlltown , and as secre
tary Cilvln Manning , of Ottumwa.
THEin 1'LATronn AND NOMINEE.
August iG The dcmocratio
state convention was oiled to order this
morning. Over -IDO delegates wcro present.
11. P. Allen of Lj coming , wai chosen tempo
rary cbairman. Uo eulogized President
Cleveland and said the people were now hav
ing n higher , batter acd purer administration
than for many years , Governor Pattlion was
biphly ciniplimonted for his move on the
South Pennsylvania railroad. The speaker
requeued that the governor ba fully endorsed
and tustained In his courto. Various com
mittees wore tlion appointed , after which the
convention took a rete s until 1 o'clock.
Upon reaieeujbliug , Jacob O. Turuoy was
made permanent chairman.
THE I'LATKOim WAS THEN IlErOllTII ) ,
It hoarlllyapprovH _ of tha principles adopted
by tha C'liicago deinocratio convention and
cordially approved of the democratic reform
administration of Pretident CJevelund aud his
cabinet.Vd reongalzp In thuir olliclul acts
a rcsoluto dtterujiiutiou to vinolcate tha
pledge upin which the president wak elcctea
To this uud , ha hua n nluttr , Indlsputabld rijht ;
to promptly remove uill.ials who titvu pros
tituted the public rervico for partisan and
personal ends. Tne thorough reform of
abutes nud searchlnK luvesliga
tions already made gue aisurance
that the ndrmutttration will recure for the
country that thorough organization of the
civil eorvlcu which will effect un honest , prjc
Y ticat and efli lent ndmiuistrntlon. The ad <
mlniitratlon uf Governor Puttteon it eudorsod
and the importation uf foreign pauper labor
denounced. Tuu platform lavora u grilled
llctnae tyttem , and oonuludos as follows : In
common with our patilotlo countrymen of all
sections , we mourn tha death of General
Grant , and cherish the memory of hU mudeat
and heroic character and greit deeds ,
Wo sympathiza with his belnved widow
and children ; wo trust that hladving with for
' hirmony aud good will batwoeu nlleeo
tions' ba fully real zed ,
Tha platfoi m waa unanimouily adopted.
Nominations bring In order , Courftd B
Day was warned lor state treaiuter , There
was no opposition , Dy wts nominated by
acclamation. Ihe convention then adjourned
line die ,
* HK.VATOR JOIItJ BIURMAS Ol'EXS IT WITH A
| IIBILLIAM Sl'MOIf.
| Ml GILEAD , Ohio , August 20. The re
publican camp.ii/n opened here to-day before
a largo audience , Senator John Sherman , In
making the opening rpecch of tbo ompuign ,
reviewed the career of the republicin party ,
and declared that tha democrats now concede
the witdom and tuccess rf nil prominent re
publican rneaiure * , nud the meriu of the great
letderioi Iho republican party. He said It
might b unkind , but it was natural , to recall
that theie same men withia thirty years had
termed the republican party ' 'nlaok aboli
tion party , " Lmcxln an " < ipe. " Grant a
' 'butcher , " and union soldiers "Lincoln1 *
hireling * " Tha senator declared that by tin
defection of co i piratlvely fnwmtn m three
republican ttate , some of tha men who con-
ipirad 11 overthrow tha government , waged
vrar Bgilost ir and wera the of the 1
- - - O " " " * t * 1I M * ( IU CAUIH l/l IllDt V *
ofhnlf-a-ujllllcu Jive . have bevn placed la the
very ie ta ot power they abandoned with tccrn
The ipvaker laid he saw the Union 11'
floating t hilf-mut for Jacob Thompioa ,
who was regarded as a defaulter and a traitor
Two ol the rmu who were in aroii gamat the
gover-ment now repreient th's ' country
abroad. "This strange turn of events , " said
the senator , "has tut one example in hlitory ,
and that WAS the restoration of Charles II ,
after the brilliant but brief protectorate of
Cromwell , and like that restoration , i n reproach
preach to tha civilization cf the age. " The
appointees of the now ndmlnutr tion had ex
amined the books and vaults and
FOUND KV11IY DOLLAB 01' rUDUO HONEY OS
or accounted for. The speaker declared Uiat
the republican pirly was notbsaten by demo
crats , tut by the diigtuntlnd republicans of
three states , who opposed the nominee of Ilia
republican party , and in the great state of
New York.i by a nmow majority of n little
more than l.OCO , defeated BUino nnd Logan ,
It was not wont of merit In the e two great
leaders of our party , " said the speaker , "but
the disappointments , personal contests nnd
controversies of n long lease o ! power. "
He declared that oven this defection among
republicans would have been ineffective , but
for the solid eonth , held together in politic
al fellowship by crlcacr , violence nnd frud ,
which , if continued , will ns nutoly renew the
strifes of tilt civil war as that the sun rolls
around its courso. 1 ho speaker declared that
the negro of the south Is openly deprived of
his political right ? , nnd it was done as boldly
as ny highway robbery.
He discu sed this question at rrast length
and then turned o the ndvjcaoy of
raOTECTION A3 OPPOSED TO FD.EE TRADE.
Ho condemned the course of President
Cleveland in pardoning Lieutenant Mullen , a
member of the Cincinnati police forca , on-
tenced to ono year for nrreitlng
nnd incarcerating negro voters In Cin
cinnati at Iho recent national election.
Ho defended John Roach against the action
of Secretary Whitney , and doclaterl that
under tha rule Uld donnln thee se of lloach ,
none but fools or madmen would take n con
trast of the government to construct a ehlp or
anything else. He declared that even the
ordinary collect'on of revenue Is obstructed by
riemagogUm which prodded the last election.
Illicit distilleries abounded in the south m the
belief that democratic rule mount free whisky.
While ho believed Proildent . Cleveland
meant to enforce the civil ser
vice law , removals were made dally
for purely partisan puiposes , mainly by the
posttrmitor gentr.il , at the rate of 200 n dny.
Ua closed by ; n few words in regard to tha
temrpranca i'sue in Ohio , nnd said hn be
lieved the temperance question nhould not
enter the pale ol party politics. Ha believed
n wise system of tax laws was the proper way
of handling the liquor traffic , and was opposed
to the effort to entoicj prohibition.
rnocEEDiNas OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
ANN Annan , Mich. , August 20. Tha
thirty-fourth annual meeting of the Ameri
can association for tha advancement of sci-
ODca was c tiled to order nt 10 o'clock tliii
morning by tha president , Prof. J. P. Leslie
of Philadelphia. The Rev. Hnskell , of Ann
Arbor , opened tbo exercises with prayer , fol
lowing which President Leslie resigned the
offica to the proaideiit-clocf , II. A. Newton ,
of New Haven , Connecticut. Governor R ,
Alger welcomed the us ocintinn to the state of
Michigan briefly nnd appropriately. A wol-
ccma on behalf of tha local c mirmsity was
expressed b ? the Hon. T. M. Owley. Presi
dent Augcll , of Michigan university , then
welcomed the a < s cialiun on b ha'.f of tha
university , whnte objfct , hn stated , was the
patneastBiitof iheecientUtBO'sembUd hero ia-
\eUiKating nature and tea.hlng what Inn
been learned. He believed ) teachers should
be nlluwed time for original investigation ,
which waa fostered especially by this neaocln-
tion , Pre-idont Newton rctpunded to the
weleonm addiessep , Rivirn Borne idea of the
work cf the association , reviewing tha work
of the different pcctlnn' .
Bmineua announcements were then made.
Notice was given > f some changes
in tha constitution of the a'scclation.
Tha permanent ttcretary announced the death
of several inembura of the a st elation. The
standing committee * offered eighty-two
names uf candidates for membership , recom
mending their election. The amendment al
lowing tl.o standing committee complete au
thority iu clectuu cf new membjra was
Vacancies In section "A" and "B" and
oth r routine I urine's waa traniacted and the
mebticg nHj mrued , The sections then met
and effected a < i oiganlzitlon.
WASHINOION , August 20. The acting post
master-general to-day appointed Iho follow
ing named fourth clasi poitmaiters ,
In Illinois Utics , William E. Armstrong
Grconup , James M. King ; Palatine , John S.
In Iowa Western Cell ° go , Jncsb Kauff-
mann ; Uasinn , James M lloy.
In iNebraska-Orleann. A. 0. Robbins ;
Strohl. Mrs. Elizt A. Vindama.
SHEET htON IIOLLEES THItElTEN A STRIKE ,
PITIBDURQ , PH. , Auguit 20. The con
fercnce oumuilttea cf theet iron manufacturer *
and ihu Amalgamated Association , appointed
to nettle the rollers , ecilequeition.met bore to
il oy , and af to * a lengthy neesion adjourned to
night without arriving at an agreement. The
t < b et rolloM ecilain tna only ono remaining
ucsigned , and tha Amalgamated. Association
nt n conference to-day notified tha manufac
turers that unless rlgnfld by the 29th inat. , a
stiike would ba ordered.
A Uocialori of Iniurust to Dlsnblod
V < ' cmn .
WASHisoroN , Aujtut 20. Tin pension
Itwi provide that soldiers who have lost a leg
nt the hip joint or nn arm at the shoulder
joint in the service of their country , ( hall bo
entitled to a pension at the rota of $3MO per
month , Ithwbjentho cuitom if the pen
sion department to coumuu this law strictly ,
Tlurd nro lets than n drziu casoi on the pen-
( ion rolls lu which amputation has Ulten
p'aca exactly through the joints mentioned ,
GmnmUilnnnr li'aclc , In rulirgupou two teat
cue * brought be'oro him , decllno * to hold to
tha ttiict loiter of thn law and nllow tha full
amount of tha pension , though amputation
did nnt t ko place ut the joints , Uo holds
that If ainputatloi U so near the hip or
thoulder ni t render tbo t tamp untorviceable ,
the penilonor it entitled to the same compor.-
sitiun as if nu stump weru loft. This rule
will apply to a couiiderable number of pen
sioners who have been receiving pay at n
Shipping I'roliiUiiloii lo low * .
CUIOAQO , III. , Auguit 0 The statement
is pulliihed hero to day that the industry of
shipping liquor to IOWA It carried on here
systematically. The claim is made that
liquors are picked In ci6k , whlh me con
cealed ia crate * usually used for tbo shipment
of glassware , Hid are alio concealed in dry
goods Ime * and grocery barretx. Ona dea'er
nad ! the ( ales to purohtierd in Iowa had in-
creaied tinea the p ( sage of tha prohibition
law. The devicea In quetttnn have been em
ployed to overcome tne difficulty which re
sulted In railroads refuting to accept ordinary
liquor packages as contrary to law.
Jfrelly Well Killed.
GALVESTOK , Augtut 10. A dlipatch from
Laredo to tha News tayi : The reported fight
between bandits and soldiers nrar thli phce
is without foundation. N < > bind ! s bare re
cently b'un brought In , The body uf Alrx
ndro Vidurro , u wealthy merchant recently
m > skiiluated natr Oitrrlltos ranch , w/vs foiin
II i ting lu the Kin Grwude tu dty vith livi
tmllrt Holes iahli hud * nd heart. No clue
to the aisaiiinf.
Everything goen to indiotte that the II-
cycle tournament in 0tobsr trill be a grand
nalislic Doctor ia the Case ,
Tlio South Sea Commission Grow
Eloquent on Paper ,
OHnoEe Life and Properly De
stroyed in a Eaging Flood ,
The Southern Oyolono Destroys a
Million Dollars "Worth At
CONTINUATION OP THE COMSIISSION'S HEPORT
OK THEIli VISIT TO BOOTH AllEntCA.
WASUIMOTON , August 2S In tha report of
the South Americin commission preps red for
congress on the vhit lo Argentine Republic ,
they say more than forty steamers monthly
leave the harbors of Duonos Ayres for foreign
ports , laden with products of the valley of the
liver Platta , the largest component of which
is the political dominion known as Argjntine
Republic , There are also , every month , hun
dreds of sailing vuteels departing from the
eamo city , havlrg ctrgoes almost wholly des
tined to Kuropom norts. Not one of those
steamers flio the dig of our country , and
only one-filth if the sailing vetsels
ia an Auierlctn bottom. Thirty
years ago our country enjoyed a largo acd
commsrce witti tuo TJatta valley ,
ut since the advent of steam commuaicatiun
and tha effect of our civil war on our ocean
marine , the ilaj of our nation is rarelv roan In
these water * , and the petty nations of the old
world are better known through their national
ensign hera than our own Vet every Ameri
can of lonijt readerce lutbis country nud every
culz'ii uf it who baa traveled lu our land v > ill
tell you that tha ArKrntino Republic
IS THE UNI1K11STATI8 OF SOOTH ASIKniCA ,
In minyrespects thii obiervation is founded
in striding umiLuitiea. In round numbers
the lueiKif ilia republic covers 1,200 COD q laro
miles. Toe northern limit Hoi under tiop.Oil
BkU's. In the central regions there are vast
pliins where feed , as the president informed
us , over 80.030,000 head of sheep , and from
10,000,000 to 18.0CO.OJO head cf cuttle , in ad
dition to droves of horses of uncounted num
bers. One onner has o\er 60,000 mtres that
hi la about to slaughter for ttuir hides and
Ibtt report give ? in detail the products oC
the country , and stys tons of wheat and flour
mo belug exported ; that porlinas cf the land
B88ICB to have a capacity tor tha production
of the two grains of tha world -at leist of
Europa and the western hemisphere and
teat there nro also along the western portion
of the republic minEs.uf tilvor of unknown
value. Suino bellevo them to ba extensive.
T/IH soil and cllmata are Rroatly diversified
but that it never becomes so cold as to make
it necessary to feed stock , Sheep raising h < * s
increatcd thirty-two per cant rince 1H7 ( > nd is
largely in the hands of British subjects.
There has been no Increase m the herds of
The country bai 2,870 miles of railroad
built , and many thousand miles mora projeil-
ed. Foreign colonies have been tncourage.l
for many years , and Italy has sent a larger
number of immigrants Into the country than
any other nation. They are sn nuinorcui that
they o uld have taken possession of the gov
ernment if they had so willed Ia fact , it
TVHB oLCfl feared thit they would do so.
THE GOVERNMENT F03TEH4 EDUCATION
cintnbating S4,00io:0 ) towards it this year.
There are twenty-two normal Bchouls taueht
by American lidlea according to system , and
these ladles are piaUed very highly. There
ara also two universities and fourteen national
colleges and schools of mines aid itgriculturo.
The report continue ; : "How can batter rela
tions , friendly and commercial , between tha
republic and the United States bo eetab-
lUlied ? " Both tha'preildent and the minute s
of foreign affairs returned the same ncswor
"Create frequent stearr ship comrLunlcution. "
They expatiate at great length on Its benefits
to bothtidep. They siw in it bettor acquaint
ance on tboir own part and their leading men
with the habits and policy of our own coun
try. They believed that their own
people would take a broader acd
rusra generous view when once they coma
Into close and hueineis contact with our own
land. They chlm that if the United States
thorouzhly comprehended the vaitneaa of the
undovelopal wealth tf this region , iti mon'y
aud sons would il jw hera m streams uf profit
to each side. Uecca it was that the Argen
t'no ' government stood rtady at any time the
United State i would foster a schema to uoi o
with It on just terms la uatablithior ; frequent
nn < l cheap steam coinmiiQlcatlon botweeu tha
respective countries. Tno barncstuoas ol both
the presidout and minister oa this qiiosti.in
was very manifest. It will ba a great mistake
if the Argentine I to public is not attached to
the United States by far stronger ties than
thosa which exist to-day. The way to it is
easy and open ,
I'lUdHTFCt DESTftUOIION TO LIFE AND TltOl'
SRTY BY A EAINSTOKM IN CHINA.
WASiiiKaroN , August 20. Details of the
destruction In Canton , China , and vicinity , by
the recent great rain storm there , hive been
received by private parties in thtj city. The
Qojd wai the most serioiii which has vlelted
Canton in thirty years. More than 10,000
periona lost their lives , and a
far greater number are left
In o starving condition , Entire villages wcro
engulfed , and lice acd silk crops In the vicin
ity were alnoit tulned , Tha price of rica hai
bean raised eighteen mr cent in consequence
of Iho lois of crops. Rtlri fell tha laltorpirt
of June , filling and overflowing many of the
livers. The streets of Chulon wiTrt fl > oded
for ovdr a waalc. At Sczi tht water broke
through the city wall. It ii reported that
several thoura'id pertoua were ciiowntd at
that p'aoi ' ) . Tin embinkmoLts of tha river
were broken lu numernui places , nnd the
water swept acroaj tha kuaouudiug cjuntry
CAnnllNO EVKIIVTUINQ B1TOHE IT ,
A foreigner who was an eye witness of the
rcf ties ol devaitatlbit , reportH that one night
a boat he occupied , nucUured at a bamboo
grove. 13y monduK tha water had then to
tha topi ot the Ininbj'a , At ether points it
rotu ad high ui forty fret durlui ; the night.
I'euiila ildJ from the vlllitgeu aud camped
oa the hitldiloi. At Kun In , n
market placa situated ueir on em-
bankmeat of ota of the ttre nus
onnetod with the river which brings wnter
from the north nod west riven , a majority
uf tha inhabitants were drowned by uttr
breaking through tha embankment. Sjtiie
eicaned to n piece of ruing ground lu the
neighborhood , but the water continued to rite
and gradually overtopped the elevation ,
drowning thoie who it od upon it.
Huventeen Chinese graduates In Canton ,
hearing of the dUtruea and lUtTerln * prevalent
In their native vilUgtp , took puiage on a biat
with a view to proceojlog home to render
what astli-tiuca they caiilu. Oa the w y tha
boat was c psiz < d and all who were ia It were
drowned , In some places parents tied their
children on high branches of trees , whllo they
instituted measures lor their gecer l safety ,
Trees were washed up by th ? toots , and
EABTItKNPIhO CUUS Or OIIUUBKN W1IIE 81-
LC.NCKU IN Buaai.vaVATIB. .
A body of a brldi dresttd la her bridal
robe * waj found iloatiug In the river t Ojtn-
ton. A law tub wts seen. It w picked
up and found to contain a b > y and fcirl ; with
it ws found n paper otating their namei and
the day and huue of their birth. The parents
bad ontruttod this means to save the lite of
The writer adds that the sufferings whlth
tSouain js ore enduring Is heartrending. Par
ents replying with tears in their eyes to tholr
children's request for food , that they have
none , Peipfn are obliged to uio the filthiest
water , nd this , added to tha diieates which
wilt eniuo upon iubeidenc of the water , will
greatly aggravate the horrors of the situation ,
In the meantime all that ii bMng done by the
inhab'tinta to abate their mlssty in thabjat *
lug of K ngs , burmug of mo-.nso , nnd howling
of prtyers to idols.
THE BOUTillSUN OXOI.ONlS.
AN Exonsious nKSincono.v or rnonnrv ,
AfOCSTA Qa. , Auguit 20. Yesterday's ' cy.
clone in Charleston was terrific. The wind
was thirty-five miles an hour nt 1:30 : a. m , ,
increasing to thirty-five , forty , nnd fifty ,
wh.ch WAS reached about 8 a. m. ; finally run
ning up to seventy-five and eighty miles an
hour. The northern edge of tha crclono
touched Charleston , and completed the pas-
sigoln forty minutes , Thottreetiwerenotmoro
desolate alter the bombardment during the
war. Tbj storm commenjed p-operly nt day
light from the vi.uthwest , with frrquont cutts
As early as G o'clock the roof of St. Michtel's
church was stripped ; at 7 n. m the apparatus
on the roof of the slgual office was demolished ,
The last observation recorded the wind nt
sixty-eight miles an hour. The climax of
the o ) clone was at about S o'clock
But a slngla shod is standing en tha wharf.
Everything is in ruins nt the wharves. At
0 o'clock there was n sudden lull , but soon the
gale increased , and continued until 1 o'clock ,
whin the storm was over. Hundreds of
thouiandi of dollars were expended on the
wharves this season , putting tnem in order ,
Half H drzen yachts , two pilot boats nnd a
dredging mictiino were sunk. The cotton
exchange building was also damaged. There
was aha n feaiful storm at ren. The damage
tj houses in the city cannot bo estimated , '
The Nuwa aud Courier makes the following
rrmcrli animates of losae * : Wharf property.
§ 330.00) ; private property , 8301,000 ; cotton
preasp" . § 8 1,000 ; churches. S3 > , OOJ ; City prop
erty , § 3 001 ; railroads , SiO 000 ; Afhley river
bridge. $3,000 ; shipping , S10DOOt lumber
millS2I.UO ; miscellaneous , SlCO.lCO ; total ,
SI , 123,0 JO.
DESinUCTION TO SHIPFIKO VESSELS.
SAVANNAH , Ga , Auguit SO. Tha steam
ship Wnliam Lnwrcuce , from Baltimore ! ,
reached thU port this morning after toeing
overboard a 1 the trunks of the pai ongeis ,
and nil tha cargo batweon decks. Fart wai
swept awny and part wa thrown overb nrd
and lott. The veeael hid tan feat of water ia
her hold , and her fires were out for twelve
hours Lots veiy heavy ,
The Itillan brig Arago , from B unswick ,
Ga , was wrecked off the coast in Monday' *
storm , The captain , his wife , and nine of
the crew weio taken off the dlnmantlod wreck
by the brig EmmaKrnit , and brtu/ht to S
POEEIGN INTELLIGENOE ,
SPAIN AND 0 BUSANT. !
LONDON , August 20 The Paris correspondent
pendent of tha Daily Newa says : "The
Spjnlah general , Salamanca , returns to the
German government the decoration of the
Prussian red eagla. It is hoped It will shame
King Alfunza inco resigning tha colonelcy of
the Gorman Uhlina , The chief towhs of Ar-
rafron boycott German beer , " S \
The StHDtlird'rt Barlin corrcspnnoeut says
if the Oirolino dispute be referred to rbitra- _
tion , Qaten Victoria , not Kiog Ilumbart , will
decide the question.
BKIILIN , Atigubt 23 , The Cologne ? Gazette
publlthaa aa amicable article on. the Carolines
trouble , hoping the difficulty wilt soou ba re
moved aud mutual good will strengthen the
old friendship betwenn Germany and Spain.
MADPID , Augutt 20 Count Da tenomior ,
Spanish ambasiadrr to Bsrlin , telegraphs to
day that Germany statoa that she declared n
protectorate over the Caroline idiu'ln , be
lieving them unoccupied , and that before
doing BO , informed Spain. Germany was
willing to diacu's the question of possession
with Spain , or , if necessary , subm't It to
GKIOIANV DECLINES TO ARBITRATE.
The German government declines either to
propose or accept arbitration of the nifferen-
ces between it and the Spiniih government
concerning the Caroline iilimd affitir.
VJOIORIA WILL NOT INTEBFEBE.
LONDON , August 26 Tha rumor that
Queeu Victoiiu will arbitrate the Carolines
dispute between Spain and Germany is not
believed hero , ni England joined Germany in
n note of opposition to Spun'd claim ,
PAHNELL'S DUBLIN SPEECH ,
LONDON , August 20 Parnell's Dublin
speech yesterday hai thoroughly arouiod the
conservative press of Englttnd. The Times
nnys no prudoat politicuu on underrate the
importune ] of the fiction taken by the Irlch
nationalists nt thnlr conference m Dublin
yesterday. The Times thinks it wlU m-ot
with n fate similar to that which befell O'O in-
nell at atimewhftn Irishmen were aicoufiilnnt
un they aro'now , Parnelldemtudu the repeal of
the union , So the Irish question is no longer
n question cf local eelf goverument , Tula
might ba acceded to by England , which will
novcr listen to the plaa for the separation of
Tha Standard says Parnell his declared
war. It will ba a thama and a disaster if tha
btuteeman of both parties fail to baflls him.
THE RU8SIAN rUOrOSALS.
The Notts snys tha Rutaian propiial * Invo
been submitted to Lard Duff < uin , GJ ! Ridge-
way and the amcur The English govern
ment will wiit their approval before funlly
accepting the proposal. .K _ _ . (
UABLIO > OTES ,
TAE HEMAIN8 Of AN ADMIRAL.
PAllln , August 2G Tha remains of Adm
ml Courbet , which were lirought homo from
the oaut on tha Iron clad Biynrd , were lanard
at Hyovea to-day , , A mats ha 1 provloutly
been celebrated on board the UiyarJ , The
casket was covered with wreatbsand salvos of
artillery w re fired during the dlsambark-
inent rf the body , The weather was bright
and tha tceno very impreisive ,
THE Itll'iniAL MEETINfl ,
ST. PtTiRsuuna , August 20 , The Journal
de St. Petersburg , comment lug on the imper
ial conference at Oremsier expresses the hope
that it will remit in strengthening tun exist
ing cordiality between Aiutrla and Rutsla
The absence of Emperor William and Vtloc *
lilinia ck does not , tha Journal says , ligoify
any slackening of the cordiality among the
members of the triple allianca.
MADRID , Auguit 20 rhero werofVJu'J now
caiea of cholera , and 1,647 deaths fiom the
dliease reported throughout Spain yesterday ,
TODION , Auguit 20 , Ten psrsona died
here from cholera jejterday.
TAKING DOWN TUB fLAQ.
PAIIIS , August 20. Tha Gurrnan flig which
was recently holdted on the French iiland off
tha Victorian coast , south Pacific , hrw bsen
rimoved by order ut Prince liiimarcknt tha
AN ABANDONED VISIT.
KllEMSiEB , Auimt 20 Thn czar has aban
doned the ld a ot going to YuundentoItit
the duke ol Cumberland.
Dynamite in i'tilladelphla.
PUILADILPHIA , August 2C.-An explo ion
which completely shattered the heavy plate
glass windows for half a block around , oc.
cwrred early this morning in a saloon in Nine
teenth street , owned by J. B. Roger/ . The
exploilon w s cauixl by a dyn mite cartridge
which tome one had placed on the window nil ,
Their Execntiiro CominilteB Calls OD
Officials ia Nw ? Tart ,
Doaianiing Eeinstatomont of all
Uisoharged Membsrs ,
No Definite 'Oonolusion Airivcd
At-Othor Labor TroubloSi
A. Captiro of a Counterfeiter In St.
tioula Who \VRS ? Ittiiufctiir-
IIIR Brazilian Queer.
A TAtiK AVlTtt TAIjUAUQB ,
THE COMMITTEE OP KNIGHTS MEM THE WADA81I
NEW YOIIK , August 20. Jay Gould , A. A.
Talmadge , general manager of the Wabaeh
railroad , General IManager lloxio , of the
Southwestern system , and Captain llaye ? ,
first vice president of the MiisouiiPacifia rail
road , this afternoon received n delegation from
the executive board of the Knights of Labor ,
which is hero to effect a settlement of the
difHcuUien between tha Wabaah nnd the
Knights of Labor.
From sources near to tha railroad men , it is
learned that Gould informed the committee
that the officials of the railroad were not cip-
pasod to the Knights of Lnb > r ; n an or
ganization they rather appreciated It. _ The
company had never offered such a proposition
to the men as had been ntatf-d , in effect tint
they muit break from the Knights at a con
dition of employment
T > lmd8gespeaking for themexplained that
when the new management began under n 10-
celver , many ctuiifraj were nocetslUtod.
Leased lines wcro gnt rid of , and expenses
curtailed , The failure _ of the wheat crops
had been felt , and constituted one cauo lor
THE COMMITTEE HtjaOESTEI )
as a means of settling the difficult ? that all
tha men employed smca June 10 In placa of
union men be discharged and the old hands
ba reinstated , and those who had refused to
cut from the organization of tha Knights as
a condition to be taken back June
18 , when tha shops were reopened.
The ihoos mentioned wore those at Fort
Wnyno Ind. , Decatur and SprirgBeld , III. .
Moberly , St. Louis , and Sedalla. Mo. The
executive board of the Kninhts said that tha
shops were closed Juno /opened / two days
later and then when the old hands rpplled for
work they were refused unless they signed nn
agreement to quit the Knights. Borne 1,0 g
men leluscd and were locktd out nnd others
The confereferenco to-day hicsed hero. If
the officials would sgree to diecharge the men
who took the places of those locked out , all
would bs well. The committee demanded an
answer within fifteen minutes , but _ the rail
road cflicuU declined such rapidity of de-
clfion , and stated that con idaratlon would bo
given the matter , and an answer later on.
THE COMMITTEE OK KNIQHIS THEN DiPABTKn
Ex-Mayor 1' . V. P.owdr > rly , of Scranto
Pa , grand master workman of the Kutghts
Labor , was teen at the Astor housa to-n'gh
Ha gave tha substance of what was said by.
the Llficlals as above , ad .ing that Mr. Tulin-
adga aajured iho committee that ho had not
caused the discharge of employes because
tliQy refuted to saver their con
nection with tha Knjghto of
Labor and that ho did not give iiistractiona
to his assistants to discharge men who refuio
to slfin the agreement of June 18 , Mr. 1'ow-
derly added : "If necessary , we cm present
proofs that such orders came from head
The gentleman canttnned that Mr. Tal-
rrmge haj asked for tine In which to conelder
the question , and , tuid he woull not feel
sattened while the road was in its
present condltion'without consulting tha offi
cials. We will bold another conference , said
Mr. Powderly. when a reply is expected from
the Wabash officials to our demand to rein
etato l.GOO men who were discharged.
A CIjEVJEU OATOH.
BBAZILLIAN BANK NOTE COnNIEHFEIT E3 OAP-
lunil ) IN RT. LOUIS.
ST. Louis , Mo. , August 20. It hai just
transpired that a man named Lnclea White
was arrested here a week ago latt Monday ,
charged with being concerned In n gigantic
scheme to counterfeit Brnzilllan bank note ? .
White wai arrested at the Hotel Mother ,
where he had been stopping for some time ,
and detectives engaged in ferreting out the
case bava discovered partly finished notes
amounting In the aggrfgito to S3 JO.COJ. The
captured p per is chiefly notes of the denom
ination ot 2CO milreis , tut they consist only of
floats of notoa and are not signed. The
backs , however , have been discovered in Now
Orleans , and thus the tchemo has been foiled.
Other arrests arn expected to ba made both
hero nnd In Now Orleans , when the names of
tha Brazilian members of the gang will ba re-
cured. It Is said that one or more of the
( jacK nre now on their way to Brazil ; that the
HUtlioriticB of that country have been cabled
to that effect , and the men will bo arrested on
their arrival. The printing of the fronts of
tha notes v ai done here by August G ait &
Oo. , who were told they were intended fur
clgitr box labile , but the suspicions of Cast &
Co. being uroused whlla the woik was lu pro
gress , they infurmad the United States au
thorities here , and detectives were eet to work
on the case.
Lucien White , the man arrested hero , bays
his former home was Whitney. Texas , but that
bo lived In Brazil a number of years , tint ha
returned to Texas six months ego , and shortly
afterwards was approached by a man named
Lane , who broached the scheme to him uider
tha guise ot cigar box labels , and ha went into
It. lie then wont to New York to have the
printing done , but fulling In thia he went to
Ghicago , where * he again failed , no then
came hero with the above result , no u an
mtt-lllgent , well-educated man , aud tbn de
tectives think Lane Is a myth , and that White
is tha chief mover In the scheme.
The bogiii notes are said to ba admirable
Imitations ol Brazilian treasury notes
AND VIIIV JIANQEROUS COUNTJIIt'EITH ,
When Gast & Go's suspicions were first
amused that the work they were doing was
not deelnnpd for cigar box labjls , Iheynotlfied
the Brazilian consuls both here and in New
York , but it was not until they laid trie mat
ter bt fore United States Attorpey Bllir , of
this city , that action 'was taken.
Detectives were then nut on the cue and
Gait & Co , were directed to proceed with
their work. White was Informed by Gast &
Go , tint the labels would ba ready on August
17. nnd ha arranged to receUo them on that
day. Meantime White was thadowod , and on
the evening of the 17th ha wai effectually ar-
rfbted at the dining room door of the Hotel
Moeher and taken to his room
where he has tlnce been kept. 80 fir ha ba <
taken the arrett coolly HH will have en ex
amioatlon before United States Commlsiiouer
Oul'eu ' to-morrow.
It li laid the detectives have located Whltt > '
confederate , and that perhaps ho U
ulru dy arresteJ , but his nama in not Lane ,
No pitted were fjimd in Naw Orleans as hai
WE9T8EN NAIL UANUmCTUJigBS IN SESSION.
PirraBTRO , August 20 , Tha adjourned
meeting of tha Wca era Nail association is in
progresi hero to-day , with a full representa
tion of the milli west of the Alleghente *
The members rtfuied to give any information
until after the cloee of the meeting , Trade is
repotted to bo locking up , nnd manufacturers
anticipate an early resumption.
BTBtKIXQ MAIL MAKERS.
A conference of striking nailers and their
employers was held this nftoinoon. At
She enbcrger'u mills one striker returned to
work this morning , but was afterward induced
to tuspend work sgaln by the other strikers ,
This was the first In this district and created
coQtldernblo excitement ,
COAL MI.NKR1 COMClN'IKtl ,
Sr. Lotli t , Mo. , AugujtSG , A convention
of delegates Irom every coal mining difttrlctin
Mttsouti n lu teselon atSedtlia , The pro
ceed Ings wcro conducted In secret , but It is
known that the purpose of the convention Is
to device a plan , If postible , to unite nil coal
minors in the state in ono orginizalion under
the juriidlctton of tha Knights of Labor ,
THE WABASII IIFFIUCLir ,
S.T. Locia Mo. , AtiRmt 20. The Wnbaih
committee of railroad strikers have finished
their laburs here. They will Ioa\o for homo
to-night. It is intimated that an order is ox-
poet-d from the executive committee of the
Knights nf Lnbor , wh h may extend the
ttriko to nil points woat ot IS cw York.
SPORTING INTELLIGENOE ,
HANI.iN AT OKNLVA LAKE.
GENKVA , N. Y , , August 20. The villngo is
alive with pecplo , who cimo to witness the
boat races. The weather li beautiful. A
gootlo uorthoasb wind prevail ) , which scarcely
ru files the water at this end of the lake , Tha
trial boats take place this afternoon between
4 and 5 o'clock. There will be tlvo contestants
In one heat and five in the ) other. Untilnu is
the fivorito for firat money , Guaduer econd ,
Owing to n heavy wind , the first trial heat
wai delayed until 5:15 : , McKay , llamm ,
Uabinitt and Leo compotoi first. Gaudaur
wan sick and withdrew. The four rowed a
ntraight nway inilo nnd n half , McKay win
ning In 'J:374 : , Hamm and Lo wore two seconds
ends later In n dead boat.
In the next heat wera Hotmor , Ten Kyck
and Haulan. llanlan took n leading place
within ilia first quarter of n milo nnd kept It
to the finish Time , 94GJ ; , The main race
will bo rowed to morrow.
QAUHS PLATED 1E3TEHDAY.
At Ghicjgo-Cfilcw , 3 ; Detroit , 2.
At Pittsturg Pittsburg 7 : Loui vile ! , 0.
At Gmcinuati-St. Lnuls , 2 ; Ciocinnati , 1.
At N w York- New York , Uj I'rovicenc'-
At New York Metropolitan , 8 ; Balti
more , 2
At Philadelphia Athletic , 7f Brotklyn , 10.
At Philadelphia 1'bihdo phi ; Benton , ! .
At St. Louis -St. Ltuis , C ; Buffalo , C.
U.K MAKES A SUCCKSHFDL ASCENSIOrT At
Special Dispatch to thu BEE.
UBLVNA , Montana , August 23 , When
Prof. Hunt , the balloonist , made his npp.ir-
anco on the fair grounds hero to day , there
were fully 15 COD people present. It was the
first balloon ascension over made in Montana
and crjwds came from all parts of tha terri
tory to eeo it. Every ono went away eatis-
fud that Hunt had given him n equare deal.
D'scardinc everything lu tha shapa a car or
basket Hunt sailed off hanging to n
trapeza bar aud performing diffi
cult athletic feats when nearly
a inilo from the earth. When last scon , Hunt
looked like u fly , being about as far heaven
ward ru hutiun beings over get , and come
bjck. A telegram received from Huut nbout
( i p , m. HUnounco.1 his tafe arrival abmt
ninety miles touthaast of Helena , hayicg
mad n tbu Journey In about two hours. Hum
is to nuki ) another asceuxlon - K"B
which ho ia to leave for Omahi , where he is to
make three ascensions during the fair.
Progress olgtlio. , Smalll.x Epidemic
in Moiitri-a' ,
MoNinBAL , August 25. There were nine
teen deaths from ermll-pox here yesterday ,
being the largest number recorded since the
outbreak of the diseasa. A hospital tent was
opened to-day. A large number of casea have
baen fonnd to exist in rft Jean Baptisto vil
lage * a suburb of Ibid city. One undertaker
burled MX pereons from Saturday night to
Sunday morning. None of the houses are pla
carded. Twenty-five deaths from email-pox
occurred In that village.
Mullen IleJnfctntiMl on itio Cincinnati
CINCINNATI , August 2C Police Lieutenant
Michael Mullen , recently pardoned by tha
president after having served several months
iu the county Jill for violating the federal
election laws l.nt November , has been rein
stated 011 the Cincinnati police force , and was
to-day assigned to his former position in
Hammond street district.
A New liAnlc at Wayne.
Special Telegram to The BEE.
WAINE , Nub , AuRust20. The First Na
tional Bank of Wavne was orpinl/.d to-diy.
It sucocda tha Logan Valley bank. John F.
Broaeler is president , and D. O. Patterson
cashier of Iho new iuBtltuticin. The directors
are K L. JOUOP , J , W. Jonei > , Henry Ley ,
John 1' . Brosslur und D , O. I'rtttcjsou. Tto
bunk commences biulncss with n capital of
Hiaam&viLLG , Mo , , August 23. At 7
o'clock this evening Major John N. Hdwards ,
of the St. Joseph ( Mo , ) Gazette , was ttrickau
with tp > plexy while standing on the depot
platform at tliii place , and is in n dangerous
candltion The affection is attributed to
ovoiexertion in the march and tha excitement
attending the Shelby reunion ceremonies.
Flro MC N ; hcoHka City ,
Special Telegram to the BEE.
NEBIUSKA OITV , AiiRust 20. A ccrious
fire occurred hera this morning , destroying
valuable property. Shepbnrd & Hayes' fine
creamery , located near the city , burned to
thegroUD'l , The fire started in thnonglno
house. The lost ii estimated at $12,000 , with
insurance amounting to § 7,01.0.
iCeiurnca to Oinaiu ,
The lady who w a reported In yester
day's paporns being on her way to Valen.
tluo to bnry her brother , returned to
Omaha yesterday morning , and Ja now In
tha city. The telegram informing her
that her broker was atM alive reached
her at Columbus , and the immediately
retraced her tlept , and ordered the caa-
kot sent baok. Through f lie t tement
m dp , the names were allghtly mired ID
the former article. The Jndy's name b
Mrs. Baxter , while her brother's narcelt
Alloy. She is about to establish a mill- !
nary ttjre at ( heighten , Neb , and Is In
th city for the purpose of buying her
stock of good * .
A Hunkun nanctiiary ,
The Christian church , which ia 83 fai
below the grade at the corner cf Twen
tieth and Farnam streets , Ia graduall )
being raded by JPver , preparatory < o
being removed to Davenport alrcet , It
Unow ecnrely n roller. , eight or ten
feet above the ground , -K
"B iit * to mtt + nrf *
Oorn Feeling tlio Iffbot of Con
tinued Oold Weather.
The Movement of Western Oattle
Mutters of Itromrnt XrAiiRpIrtiiR Dntly
of Interest to tlio Bttal-
THE GRAIN PIT.
Speclivl Telegram to Tlio BEE.
CHIOAUO , August 25. To-day loading
markets showed no very decided features ono
way or Iho ether , though wheat continue
heavy and ranges downward. Oold weather
sustains corn and tlio provision list. Receipts
continue rather llgtit Wheat was ogaln
weak at tlio opening , the primary cause being
lower foreign markets nnd rumors , which
were later dcnloJ , of heavy failures in the
London grain trade. Selling WAS soon gen
eral , October going down to 81 } ? , which van
Jfo below the opening , nnd l@ljc below yes
terday's close. Later tin market firmed up
coma on predictions of froit throughout the
northwestern states and northern Iowa and
Illinois. A good deal ot "Jong" wheat was
broubgt out again to-day. Around 81i@81fjo
for October the market.was quite steady , tbo
bulls securing little or nothing to advance the
market on , and the boars wore confident thai
It would fall ofitsowu weight if left olono.
Statements as to the condition of wheat now
being withdrawn from store vary greatly ,
some claiming that it is In p.rfect condition ,
and others that its removal is a matter of no-
cetsity. The close cf the morning session
was quiet and n llttlo heavy.
was a slinde lower at openingin sympathy
with Iho feeling in wheat , but continued cold
weather and fours rf damage if it continues
made pricei a hadt < higher dating tha early
hours of'the day , Tha general tone , however ,
was n little easy , with trading on a very mod
wcro tubject to n slight bulge for August de
livery , shorts being anxious to over on the J
belief lint the option named will be subject
lo a little squeeze. Anadvarcj of Ic , how
ever , wai followed b ? n paitlal reaction ns
eoou ni the short element had coveied ,
In the provision pit the situation remains
about unchanged. October pork opened at
§ 8 80 and told up to § 3 87J , but afterward
sagged back almnct to the opening and re
acted to § 8.90 _ Tha market was in control of
the packing interest , who ore not over
a-jiioui to soil t\cept at a proSt. Although f.i
stocks in store nro exp"ctcd to show consider
nblp increase at the eud of the mouth , it is
b-liuved they will bo iimplo. The lateness of
the season will huld tliu market from any
very great advance.
Special Telegram to the BEI. _
CHICAGO , August 25 Th"e"cattlo trndo wag
rather slow , with little or no change to note W
on tbo beet fbt native a , Low grade native
stock , especially cow ? , bulls and common
steers are selling at about the same prices as
fur Texans. Texas cowa tire making § 2.40@
2.60 , ami alters S3(0@3. 0. Northwestern
Texanf , including Nebraska , Colorado , Wy
oming and Montana , sold nt SS.GO'SH.IO.
Range natives nre Felling at from § 3.50 to
84,55 , the latter for train from Oregon.
1 tedera are making S3 DO to 51.10 for choice
selected , fancy yearling * , 83.75@4 00 and the
ordinaty run of light , little stock , Si G0@3.50.
Tha I. R. Alter train of Oregon cattle sold at
$1 55 for steers , ? 3 30 for cows , S2 75 for bulls
and SI OJ for the yearlings. Among the
northwestern cittle on sale to-day wore six
teen loads from the Durbin Oattla company ,
a train of Wyoming-Texans from Holden &
Sroven , a tralu \Vyciming Texans from G.
, ' , Untci k Co. Shipping steers ,
1,3'0 to ICO ) Ibs. S540@G.2fi ;
J..200 o 1.350 Ibs , S4 2 ® 5 35 ; 050 to 1,200 Ibs'
S420@50J Through l\x icuUlon. shade lower -
or ; USO Ibs , $3 GUfeS 75 ; 7nO to 000 Ibs. 82 90 ®
3COCOJt. ; 70U Ibs , S270@335. Western
rangers slow ; nutivm and hlf breeds , SMO ©
fj.00. Sales-lSl Utah , 1,171 Ins , SI 40 ; 180
Nebraska-Texas , 990 Ibc , Sf 75 : G ! ) Nebraska-
Texan , 1 008 Ibi. SI 2i ; 1G8 Wyomiug-Texas ,
059 lb , $3 G2i ; 322 Wyomiug , 1,182 Its , 31 80.
The market ruled rather slow , and inncen-
eral way closed weak. There was little or no
change in prices , nnd about all were sold.
Hough and common sold around S3 95@4 00 ,
and fair to good picking sorts Sl23te440 ,
with boat haavy nt $ l.tOgl.70. Tacklce aud
shipping , 250 to 320 lbn , 81 fG@l CG ; light
17 ° lbsSl.G.@l.l < 6j 180 to 210
On til ,
WABIIINOTON , Auguit 2(5. ( The chief ofth
btm auof statistics reports the total values of ex
perts cf domestio cattle and hog ? , and of beef ,
pork and dairy product * , as follows : July ,
1885 , J8.480.579j July , If 81 , 810,278.049 , For
the seven months ended July 31 , 1835 , S3G-
904,309 ; for the sevtn months ended July 31 ,
188 , § 54 411.7CO.
Ubol an pork products for the nine months
ended July ai , 1885 , SG7,7CCG92 ; for the nlna
mouths ended July 31 , IbSI , $05,670,800 ,
Dairy products for tlio thrto months ended
July 31. 1835 , 84.031,710 ; for tha three months
ended July 31 , 1881 , SGiil,6GO.
llo also reports thi < t ital values of exports
of breadstuff ! from the United Stated fti fol-
? "V881 ; ! 88'7"05 ! J"1 * 1834 , 312-
> 71ft71. I'ortbo nit ven mouths ended July
31 , 18:5. 585,668,982 ; for tha savon months
ended July HI , 1884 , S80,510t81.
Itun on a Philadelphia Bank.
PniLaniLi'jHA , Pa , , Augu t2G , There was
a run on the Spring Garden bank , at Twelfth
Spring Garden street. , a Btftta concern.
1 no tank bas not been cloied , nil demand i
b.lug met. The president , Francis W. Ken-
nady , declares the run duo to a malicious
rumor , and that the Institution is entirely
A Snow Storm In August ,
WILKEBDARRK , Po. , August 2C.-From
early morning ywterday until late latt night
there was 5 heavy down- poor of rain in this
county , At Harvey' * Lake , ten miles from
day ' with ° Wre J.thl ! "M 1" ' ' and. continued Ul
lloneluctor Dent ) ,
CLEVELAND , O. , August 20-Jojipl , P rkln
whose death occurred at Sara'cga , N , Y , to
night , was ore of the foremost citizens
Cleveland. He was Identified with all lead- of
tog cbarit es of the city and was preMdeut
the largest orphan wylum in the state"
Upper MlesUnippI Valley ; Local rairw ,
iouth ly wiods. slight rlsa la temperature.
JJisiourl Valleys Local rami , southerly
winds , tlight > Ue la tunporetaro ,
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