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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - October 7, 1892, Galveston, Texas WITH OF NEW YORK A President ASSETS EDWIN Agent Southern Sou Antonio ViDOR TREMONT OPERA HOUSE TO-NIGHT TO-MORROW I MATINEE and GORMAN'S man CLASS MINSTRELS MONDAY NEXT NEXT CHARLES GARDNER VOL 197 GALVESTON FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 1892 ESTABLISHED 1842 MORRIS SOHS Mill Supplies o Kentucky Cane Mills Loaded Shells 307 300 311 it A BREYER HOUSTON TEX Cotton Commission Merchant Limits to buy on application your Cotton No PAUL JONES of Fine Whiskies Indorsed by Connoisseurs and Recommended by the Highest Medical Faculties in the World Ship four Cotton TO HOUSTON More than ever this son Houston is the ket for Texas We are well equipped to serve shippers to tage Turn your next ment to us and you will have no cause to regret it Cleveland W HOUSTON INDICATIONS Oct Texas ly fair east o win tin WEATHER AND Merchants GALVESTON TEX An Epidemic of Dengue PASS TCI Oct Warden an engineer lost one of his children ten days ago with a disease resembling diphtheria day tho other child died with tho dis- ease The attending physicians advised the family to change its residence as tho tary condition was bad Tho family went to Piedras which coming to tho edge of thp authorities they were ordered to this Bide Tho stato health officer Dr Lott who attended both children it as hia opinion that the is not diphtheria There ait no other cases in tho city f ever continues to manifest Nineteen soldiers out of ono company wore confined to hospital at Fort Duncan this week and scarcely a family ia Pass or haa escaped tho Tailing epidemic Murder Trial at Tex Oct in the Tom Wynne murder cose was nil in late yesterday after which tho arguments were made by counsel District Attorney and T H Boll caq representing the stato and B tho After tho of tho judge tho jury retired about J p to nnd have since beon hung up Andrew Jackson colored has bean given five for stealing Oct following daily synopsis of tho aud local fore- cast aro furnished by In charge of tho United States bureau at this ATI of off thn thu coast aud tho lowest pressure is over tho upper Mississippi valley An area of high ib apparently ing in from tho northern plateau region Tho temperature baa fatlon aloue tho tic const and ovor tho northwest It has risen over tho lakes und the upper Ohio valley and has altogether stationary ovor other portions Fair weather generally forecast for oast of the 100th meridian for fcur hours ending at midnight October 7 Fair stationary temperature easterly winds As obtained from the bureau tho maximum of Galveston day was 82 tho minimum ture was 73 Weather Oct following bureau stations current po rat uro at 8 o'clock meridian time as Abilene Tex Atlanta Ga GU morck N Cairo 111 Charleston S C Charlotte N C GG Chicago 111 Wyo 08 Cincinnati 0 CO Corpus Tex In Denver Col Dodge City Kan Kl Paso 78 Tox Havre Alont 02 Huron 9 FUu 70 Kansas City Mo 74 Little Rork Arli 70 Memphis Tenn 08 Mi lea City Ala US Nashville Tonn 04 Xow La 78 Norfolk 50 North Nob G8 Omaha Nob 74 Oklahoma City O T 76 Palestine Tex 82 Fla 74 burg 64 Rapid City S Dak 58 Santa Fo IsT Mox 00 Sau Antonio Tex 78 La 76 St Vincent Minn St 70 St Paul Minn Oii ville Fla 78 Toledo 0 48 Vicksburg Miss Rapid City S D 03 Cotton licit Bulletin Atlanta 8 stations maximum temperature 74 minimum ton G 72 64 80 04 Little Rock 12 82 64 Memphis 14 70 46 Mobile 10 80 54 Montgomery Now Orleans 11 84 60 Savannah 12 78 68 6 80 54 Wilmington 10 42 05 Now Orleans 05 Mean maximum 78.0 mini- mum Rainfall 01 Cotton For tho twenty-four hours ending at 6 p m October maximum ture 82 minimum 73 Abilene Boltou 80 64 Brenham 88 86 00 Columbia 84 64 88 72 Dallas 88 60 Hearno 90 60 Houston 84 Longview 90 68 Luling Si 74 Palestine 80 62 San Antonio HO Tyler 84 Waco 88 64 84 62 Maximum 86.6 minimum trace Columbia 84 Orange 03 02 Mean rain 05 Rest Not Penance MILWAUKEE Oct fore adjourning tho Unitarian conference adopted resolutions declaring in favor of opening ths world's fair on Sunday They nro ns Tho Unitarian anu other independent churches of Wisconsin m conference bled believe in aud recognize Sunday as a day of rest and not of penance and wo favor tho opening of tho world's fair in all its ments on Sunday We condemn tho sudden piety of congress in regard to tho vote to close the world's fair on Sunday and wo hold such action not only to ho contrary to religious freedom but to defeat tho highest purposes of tho tho and education of the laboring men and women Entombed Miners Mich Oct of throe more of tho men entombed in mino woro recovered this morning They woro Identified HS John quist and Herman Two moro aro buried tho dutma To Patti NEW YOUK Oct Special Marcus Mayor the opera manager haa returned from Europe Ho ho is gomg tu bring Mme to this country m November and sho will m ti now opera Highest of all ia Leavening U S Gov't Report LIKE THE LITTLE GIANT GEORGE MAKES HIS FIRST SPEECH AT MARSHALL He Several Campaign Started by His Tta Oct Clark yea made his first in Harrison coim ty the campaign began At 11 o'clock tho opera house waa full peo plo standing m tho parquet and in tho gallery Delegations from Atlanta son and woro on hand Undo Billy Jones omJ of the first citi of county hud buon tho honor of introducing Judge Clark Undo Billy V head is whitening unto tho harvest He haa been in this county moro than half a a century and whon Marshall people want to say n mini is scrupulously honest square they say ns honest us old Billy Jones Undo in introducing Judge Clark Fellow citizens I have bean voting the democratic ticket in Harrison county for fifty years and never scratched 0110 in my life am going to bo true to my record year by voting for George Clark the only democratic candidate for governor Judge Clark after returning thanks to the people who had come out to hear him and after paying a tribute to tho many high that hud distinguished thu ship of tiie county I understand some people aro saying there will be domination in und negro lators from this county 1 want to say hero nml TIOW and fnr nil tinio whr Bay it aro no friends of mine and nothing in common with mo This utterance was with great plause It is a subject near to tha marts of tho Harrison county people this of domination and the report had been spread that tho negroes in their meeting hero next Saturday would not only ratify tho action of ho Fort Worth convention in but would put out a full county and legislative ticket relying upan tho mon to see that tho ticket got fair play Judge Clark's em- phatic of each a and hit emphatic assurance that no man who had any part iu such plans was a friend of Ins re- minds of thu people of any prehensions which might existed Judge Clark took up thu two platforms adopted nt and said if ono was tho other could not bo Hu declared that Hogg had and defied the will of thu of the United States and had repudiated the action of the democrats of at Senator Coke won going the Hogg platform and tho tional platform wore in perfect harmony It was not tho first time iu tho history of tho States that Senator Coke was wrong Neither wan it first time in hia own history whoa tie wan ridiculous Ho declared that if the of tho Hogg party in Texas waa Functioned it could only result in thu absolute destruction of the through t United States Next iu order came tho wild cat tanks nnd income tax planks of tho car stable woro discussed na Clark haa handled thorn at other places Thoy say continued Clark you are tho republican nominee They call us tho combine I have no doubt that tho man who said this are Uio very who have bcon going around soliciting he colored voto for years I am satisfied it depends altogether upon who the darkey votes for If they voto for mo and I some of them will I desire to thank them for it aero nnd now A You will get them all judge Uncle Billy Hurrah 1 hurrah I rah Hit em again There is no question m my mind but what the action oC tho republican nt Worth Ii ia something almost unprecedented mt not entirely for a whole to walk up deliberately and lay party advantage and party ties on the altar of their country for their country's good It is a spectacle that should commend itself o citizen of Texas who puts his stato hia party Wo democrats have done same thing Here m Texas in tho year the democrats in convention assembled did what? We determined not to jut out a democratic ticket and we solemnly a republican and by the eternal wo walked up to the polls and voted for him to a nan Why? We laid aside our party and obligations Wo laid it ali upon the liter of Texas whon she waa in the throes of a nighty agony There was nothing else for us 0 do as loyal and patriotic of Texas That was why wo indorsed Jack Hamilton and why wo all voted for him Uncle Billy That's so I Toted for lim myself Judge There was another time whon wo indorsed a republican When General Grant the great was running for the democrats indorsed and voted or Horace the blackest republican who over lived Wo did not we wore democracy when we voted for lack Hamilton or voted for We hought it wiso to show to the world that ocrat 6 aro patriots first and party men vard Neither did the republicans abate mo principle of repu whon hoy indorsed mo at 1 ort Worth They imply came together aa men loving realizing that the stato was again in he of a mighty agony and laying aside all party ties for the time bsmg joined hands vith us that Texas might bo free And rny el low citizens this is tho beginning of A and brighter em in an era of an CHI of good fouling an era of an era of reason an era of Judge Clark wont over tho miserable failure commission law as it was and with an appeal to his hearers to join muds with him fur Texas to go with him and lift Texas out of tho of destruction tut of tho paralysis of business and the sm to capital out of thn night and horrors f up into the sunlight of a new nd a brighter flay whon penco should abide t bu m very heart After ho had concluded Judge Clark re- an The ladies and men him and shook his hand and icn he went over where Charlie Doyle had a spread lit for gods and inon and n joyed n hearty dinner Clark has promised to speak nt on October 27 tho day after tte groat Dallas ally FORT Tex Oct ock of tho democratic executive com- is still burdened with mail At the declaration of Soth for lark is U haa boon known r since the Houston convention nl for lark but it was understood that 1 wm not going on tho stump Now that ho o Till ho of to tho CAUBO mi have asked him to tili several II 1 H f aro in Fort Worth nnd at tho democratic headquarters to-day They aa they are going to beat Senator date for governor on the Hog ticket in his own town of by a bi majority and on making big inroads on th fn thi country Both gon are at work for tho success o tho democratic and aro speeches C candidato for IHU on thu democratic ticket ai rived to-day from county Ho aays h had good crowns and that Clurk is going t poll a heap voto in than RUJ body Ho soys tho farmers ou to hear him and he found a largo majority o thorn still true principles of democracy as enunciated in the Chicago and Turner platforms At ono place Captain Walsh ha an of 400 nnd every ono was I farmer and a largo majority of them were Clark The Clark people up there according to Captain Walsh aro not talking much bu will all at tho polls and vole right Cup will remain iu tho city for a day 01 BO and will then tako stump again und con till the 8th of November After Mr Tex Oct THP NEWS Aa Hon W H Grain me tho privilege as his life long a few momenta to reply his or any part of it I think it not out o place to say something for myself my party and my friend Terrell through your columns I havo heard Terrell at Rockport Gregory Corpus Alice San Diego and Laredo and state as a fact that ho has sally respectful to Mr Cram personally never haa attacked his record as a member of con- gross nnd said or intimated in any of tuese speeches thatt he has not done all ho could do for his district or any more for any other portion of tho nor did ho abuse the democratic party further than to arraign as well ns the republican party for lating for the few against tho interests ol tho Mr speech was full of reflections on if not abuse of the party collectively oud individually including Mr Terrell by name charging it with uu amounting tu stupidity oven to tho direct charge that Ter- rell actually did not know that our state laws and constitution a man could not mortgage his homestead ind by construction that as Terrell was a all men in tho people's party woro equally ignorant whon ho know that here wus a fanner or laboring niua thy state owned n home nnd could rond uid that did not know hub this is thy ease to charge it upon a muu of ia simply ridiculous and will not am bo by any fair-minded nan in tho district whether ho is a democrat republican or party man His that Torroll is not a farmer and his to an audience that ho makes his living by bis jaw is a to occupying Mr to ay nothing of hia gentlemanly portuiont Mr Torroll has lived on a farm eight miles of my homo in county for nearly thirty years In his boyhood lays ho worked on tho farm in Colorado county whon not attending the country chools and before ho reached his majority in tho confederate army Fourth infantry Hood's and remained n tho army until tho close of tho war and I havo never hoard him brag of it 10 so wounded in that ho was afterward considered unfit for infantry transferred to the cavalry and tho muu vith him ho has he reputation of Laving made a faithful ant private Now if ho had bragged tho balls which I an aud a hundred gallant acts ho uid performed as a soldier and the several oars of toil and hurd labor he had performed n the farm to his aged parents after lie were freed it would and could lot have exceeded Mr laudation of iia own to tho people of this district n his spaoch hero Mr train states that it was in consequence if events that occurred at that he notified Mr Terrell that ho would not con- thin joint debate and atill after these had ho mot him in joint at aud as far as I havo been bio to leara nothing unpleasant occurred at tiat meeting Now if tho which at wore of a character s caused Mr Grain to abandon tho joint for fear ho Bays of a personal ulty it to me that he should roken off thon and should not have run the isk of meeting Mr Torroll at Again 8 our party is largely composed of ent farmers mechanics and who are considered tho most conservative and well behaved portion of our le it is very hard for tno to that thoy mula act like a howling mob or violence or marked discourtesy toward speaker unless he provoked it have not had the pleasure of those in joint do bate except at my owu ouso and tho house of Ben Terrell whon a number of the people's party woro nt and I know that Mr Grain was not only a most respectful hearing but that o was often applauded by men and by tho party and that even with when rose to make his after Mr rain had delivered his speech Mr Grain loft 10 platform and returned to it nor did e remain present thus depriving Terrell of n opportunity of replying to his for ho was chiefly applauded If Mr Grain had given me tho few momenta asked to reply to him I would havo done so n a more kindly tono if I could than I have n this communication and it would have saved ne tho trouble of writing it you tho trouble nd expense of publishing it and your readers way from Corpus Christi of hearing our f it as far as I have made it public herein nd would have suited me much hotter as I m his personal friend HENRY E Republican Convention LIVINGSTON Oct republican convened at tha courthouse at 8 clock u m On motion S H Dunnam was elected lan and J J Hardeway secretary Tho object of tho mooting was stated by tho after which the house was opou for Mr H Jones of Beaumont who as present was introduced to the audience y tho chairman Mr Jones then mode an address Ho discussed tho leading issues stato politics especially those of ore interest to tho republican party His ilk was in harmony with all parties but hen you see Jones you see a Clark an from the rind to tho core was ordered by the chairman o road tho republican state platform which o did The indorsement of the platform ns postponed until Saturday October 8 at hich tho chairman haa called a county J J Hardoway S H Dunnarn and others mndo short which tho contention to meet at the If rue At Tcs Oct Saturday Mr Coleman editor of tho Truth San Antonio a largo audience in tho hero in tho interest of tho populist candidates In course of his address ho for decision in tha Saner in grand tripping him tip to tho delight of tho Germans ia tho Mr Minn the populist congressional Mr MoRne of that ilk for tiiA hut nnt J li are to forth efforts in the few ovor the entire district and of carrying their congressional aud legislative The San Antonio Messrs Perry Lewis und C the tho respective wings of tho democratic party aro making no efforts whatever to make selves to tho neither is Torreil the republican nominee This is istic of San Heinr County SAH Oct wwa stirring day in local politics two county conventions being held The So ram m faction of democrats with sixty-seven dele- gates ia attendance assembled in tho at theater S M Ell id was made permanent and Faust secretary Resolutions Indorsing Cleveland and denouncing the Callaghan as an trust Au ex- ecu tivo committee of twelve was appointed and authorized to act with ail opposition to tho faction This ia HS Joo Ryan G H Judson H Pauley Albert Stoves William Aubrey J L A C Walton H E Verner S M Ellis Joe Devine and B J The fusion county convention composed of delegates from all parties factions op- posed to tho Callaghan combination bled at theater nt 9 o'clock to-night Ben was temporary chairman und John Walters temporary secretary eral W H Young was elected permanent chairman and A W permanent The association withdrew on not allowed equal representation with the other factious The delegations did not pate in the convention It was in session at a hour now after the ing For judge of tho Thirty-seventh judicial district G H Noonan the incumbent district attorney George Paschal the incumbent district clerk Umscheid county judge George C i commissioner precinct No 1 Alf No 2 F No It Peter Jones No 4 Henry sheriff John P collector D M Poor assessor clerk Hans it justices of tho peace T N Devino aad W E Cox constable James Somo Tex Oct Doits tha farmer of arrived in ihc city last night Ho has recently traveled through a considerable district and ne ho says 10 has heard politics discussed until he is sick of it is iu a position to know whereof he speaks Ha estimates Clark's 00 The captain la in hia year but is coking hale and hearty The following mo MB Mason Between Clark nnd Nugent Doubtful between Clark and Nugent Hogg has not much strength ia that county Kerrville is for Clark The county is Clark and tho people's party Clark sure Between Clark and Nugent The county is for Clark but the alliance is Clark aud Nugent will be first Clark second Between Nugent and Clark in the lend The captain he is the moat Unprejudiced nan in the TO rid but intends voting for Captain believes the bulk of the ry vote will bo divided between Nugent and in tho counties he has vith Nugent leading and that Clark will carry tho and towns The Germans will all voto for except n certain communities in Mod ma county that ire for Nugent as thoy hare the alliance In that county He does not remember Gorman ho has met who will voto for Hogg At the last ion the Farmers alliance all voted for and helped to swell the democratic majority logg will not get the Far in ore alliance in November Nugent and Clark will About County MARLIN Tor Oct THE In our issue of Tuesday your correspondent at place reports a decided change in of Falls county for Clark and con- ludos by saying While a mouth ago this was ono of the strongest Hogg as in the state to-day it is conceded to Clark All that I desire to say is that your not know what he is talking bout I challenge him to name any number f mon who voted for Hogg in tho primaries lat havo since changed an faror of George The decided change your correspondent sports diets only on paper just about liko lithe other great changes of sentiment we ead of in THE NEWS No sir there has been no change hero in ivor of but many of his on supporters now support ing Hogg his assertion is made advisedly and ba if necessary On November S Falls will swing into tho Hogg column and our worthy but misguided correspondent is asked to mark the prediction J M A Observation Tex Oct answer to an in- Professor R L Hovis principle of the school said to TUK In my o mm unity Me the voto will be largely Clark and Nugent My observation warrants mo in saying IB colored vote will not be n unit for any of 10 candidates for governor The colored man is getting to do his own thinking and his own voting There was a me whon tho boas could soil the voto of his but good time ii gone Is thu Yes and each enthusiastic artisan ia sure hia man will get there I am independent in politics and expect to vote a vory speckled I think that vary American citizen put the ry's good above party power and party tess I think that partisanship is the sm of 10 American voter to-day I do not think that tho republican of Clark will bring him near as many as expected Manager Bony FOHT Tex Oct the party manager is not oaa busy than any of his competitors Ho ots mail every day by the bushel all about 10 strength of Nugent Ho flays if Nugent on growing at tho rate he is going now is election will bo assured by November 1 ho people's party headquarters always has visitors ana to-day no exception to tho rule Tho matin are loaded down with good for the boys nt the forks Letters fill tho at work and are now on tho rolls of the moro than the Four WORTH Tex Oct Moore of the state executive com- received a letter from Mr N W in the ho will take iho in of tho month malco n speech Any till the election i from r f the of the i party m tho their to help Clark the contents of which will develop later on Mr ia busy Bonding out rind in a fow days will havo in overy quarter of the Nominated Tex Oct democratic convention for the representative district composed of the counties of ton Colorado Lavaca and was called to order to-day in Columbus by D V Whitton esq of Wharton county tivo chairman for tho purpose of nominating a candidate for the legislature D V Whitton was elected man and Hubert L Fourd jr of Colorado county secretary If Kennon placed tho name of JameaU Barhae of Wharton before tha convention and waa seconded by fi B Houston There being no other name sub- mitted to the convention Mr was nominated unanimously Mr Barbee present on took tho rostrum and treated his followers tmd adherents to a How of logical ment reason During his lio many reasons why he is in of Hon Georgo Clark for governor Ho said that his occupation was that of a bear hunter fanning occasionally for recreation but from this on to 8 ho waa going to hunt and ho would promise enough greaso to lubricate thu wheels of prosperity for many years His speech was received amid mauy bursts of enthusiasm Col tun bun COLUMBUS Tex Oct republicans of No 1 Colorado county met in hall in pursuance to call on Tuesday night for the purpose of a a precinct chairman and secretary D W Whitehead was elected chairman and A M secretary On motion of Henry Green n committee was selected to arrange for a on the 12th instant on Hon Walter ana Hon A J Roaenthal will speak iu Henry Groen took stand and ad- th in of Clark for governor His was received with great Immediately after this A L n which was carried without a dissenting vote ing tho action of the Fort Worth convention and that entire combination Appointments TPT Got McGaug and tho governor woro on hand to-day but tho laAer leaves in tho morning to spook in Blanco county Ho will havo to it quite a distance Governor to-day gavo out the ing appointments whore ho will at 11 o'clock on tho days McGregor county October 11 Culvert Thursday October lit Italy Ellis county Saturday Coilin county October 18 Taris day October 20 Saturday October Tho that on of of- work at the capital he would mako no other Tex Out U man people's party lecturer spoke for two hours and forty minutes hero lost night to a d sized audience Mr Ferryman is well lasted in ancient literature nnd highly his hearers He took up tho Hogg regime and him from beginning o end Ho declared Clark to bo und that platform was in keeping with the national platform of tho democratic party that Coke is crying out against the man who helped Sul Koss put him iu the United States senate Mr is n man and made converts to tho people's party In County NEWTON Tex Oct A J Houston failed to mako his appearance hero on tember 30 there only i ft voters out to hear him speak The people's party executive committee met here Saturday to arrange to have a printed Hon R A Greer democratic nominee for state senator will speak in Newton county at tho following time and Cow Tram October 13 Newton October 14 And October Iu Republican Convention Tex county lican convention will moot horc to to the senatorial convention which will bo hold at Houston on October 111 At tho Into county convention County At- torney Tohn C Mnhan was unanimously in- for the office Ho is a and a graduate of the university and a popular young Appointments DALLAS Tex Oct J Houston lily white candidate for governor will apeak at Nacogdoches on Saturday October 8 Center 13 on Friday October 14 on Monday October 17 Beaumont on day October 18 Tho Iff no rod TEMPLE Tex Oct democrats of the county aro organizing clubs nt ali the voting boxes ana the third party brother will bo assailed from point Tho campaign committee appointed regardless of Hogg or Clark Just how this bi- furcated campaign is to bo in harmony is not yet Conk lit Tex Oct Cook addressed tho citizens of Bastrop nt tho opera house last night in tho interest of Quito a number of Indies woro ent HU speech tho HUMID ns that delivered at Huntsville At the sion of thy speech a Cleveland and Clark club was organized by Tex Oct republican precinct convention attended by a majority of tho voters here mot Monday night and in- J B Shea postmaster at Velasco for judge and E S C Sanderson a colored mtm of Point for of candidates have boon nominated by tho third party of county N Ti Tot Oct S R democratic nominee for of from this district through for lie will to-day Ho spoko nt to a and of democrats the boing by their absence IN x Oct havo boon in this city At one of thorn which mot nt on men wore in stirring hy 1000 at n Sle In IgU to Hit ui bond or tu direct from For brudt age aud D nWP o nn fi AND DEALERS Lewis Mitchell who so completely the crowd for for governor that when they finished the club to hear Jack land who is to Clark and adjourned There is that the colored here are fully organized und are for Clurk Nominated a Baylor Co Tex Oct representative convention of this tho One Hundred and Fourth district mot in morton Tex and on tho ballot W 1 of Stephens county nomination is received with favor in this county Coke Will Speak WACO Tex Oct Richard Coke speaks ut in Houston county Octo- ber 7 and at the following day Ho hus also the following appointments Houston 10 Greenville October 15 17 27 29 A Nominee MEXIA Tex Oct Twelfth republican convention met to-day J H Wills colored was nominated for stato senator The work of Fort Worth convention wus indorsed and Postmaster Neece elected chairman of tho executive Oct S Deaton of San Angulo candidate for representative on tho party ticket addressed our on tho 1st uu the issues of the day Ho Weaver and gave the hail Columbia Clurk hi WACO Tex Oct J aims M ertson of Meridian was in Waco He jaid find Basque county strong for Clark vith in race I do not to the people in the out- ook in my section Will Spouk Tex Oct address tho citizens of Brazos county on Saturday October IS at Bryan IN BAT An Expedition Described by Lieutenant Commander Maynard October following letter has been received at the nary department from Lieutenant of the United States ship Pintu tit under date of September 15 From tho captain of tho City of which arrived at September 14 I learned that there waa to that Prof H F Roid and two have boon engaged n making n scientific ex- amination of Ihu Muir during the met with some accident and The captain had boan at tho on t expecting to Prof there and lirirm him away no other trips will bo made to bay tiii t but none of tho party waa found ut their cabin the face of the nnd no bad left ia whereabouts Their boat was gono I HIE their wore still iu cabin 1 Bailed from thorn on September 5 for bay On thb morning of tho in Icy Hu just before rounding of bay wo mot Prof Reid nnd imo a Hinall boat with they wera trying to reach in order to One had boon loft at the with tho instruments and baggage wf tho party ns borit was too small to carry than two man They hud been two in making tho thirty miles which they were distant from tho Glacier nnd had a amount of hurd only in the way of provisions I took them pn board with their boat und stood oil into Glacier bny but as tho thick and rainy I anchored at 1 p m in bay Tho tug been partly cleared on tho following hiy I nn nnd although it was well filled with ice I succeeded in ini the of the Glacier at p m when the third man WHS found and taken on board with ail effects Leaving the Glacier at 4 p m wo wore clear of tho bay and ice at o'clock and reached Sitka at 3 p m on September 9 Prof Koid stated iu of his ab- Bonco from the cabin on i when the City of Topeka arrived that ho had gono in the steamer Queen which had reached the glacier on HO to the groat twenty miles distance to finish some work there ex pouting to bo back before tho arrival of the City of Topeka which he an- would be on September 2 or 3 He had completed his work on August 31 and had returned to within miles of hit cabin nnd could neither see the ship nor bo neon by her on account of the intervening land nnd ice The const survey steamer and the seized vessels nnd fred aro now in this harbor I have secured tho Pint ft to her winter mooring AS I know of nothing to require her presence elsewhere RS tho season severe storms aud bad weather may be ex- Throe Murdered N C Oct was received hero to-day of a shocking crime in Tenono county A negro farm hand named attacked his wife and two negroes and shot and cut all Their injuries are fatal iu each case was captured An Actor III Oct Harris a member of the A M Palmer com- pany now playing at tho Columbia opera houso is dying of disease at St hospital Tho physicians attending him say there is no possible hope Boy Killed GRAHAM Oct Allen tho son of Alien of Graham foil from a wagon load of cotton and was ly killed by a wheel passing over him was with Ma father cotton to Mineral Wells PUT YOUR ADVERTISING In a medium that goes direct to the people strikes home has no waste circulation and brings In game
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