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Algona Republican (Newspaper) - September 14, 1887, Algona, Iowa THE STAKR A Epitome of the INTERESTING NEWS A TORNADO struck tho Northwestern In sane four miles from on the causing a damage of BY tho explosion of a thrasher engine on the Oth at Garden William a and two ottior per sons wero fatally AN assay of Ihibois County ore produced on tho Cth SuJ in silver antl in gold to the AT Cored on tho Gth agoJ eightytwo and his Rfcd sovontyiight woro shot and fatally wounded by burglars who had en tered their IK a quarrel on tho 6th near Shelby Sylvester Bassott stabbej his brother Albert to A HEAVY windstorm on tho Oth unroofed several buildings at and two parsons were A FHBIOHT train was wrecked on the Oth near fatally injuring iivo men and causing a loss of in prop with fifteen hundred inhab was the scene of a great conflagra tion on the Half of the town was de and the loss was estimated at AT on the fith George Walker died from tho effects of a surgical He wis eighty years and boon a practitioner for over half a BEXTON the Commissioner of in his synopsis of his annual re port lurnishud on the Gth says that at tho close of the fiscal year emled June 73J patents were thu receipts amounting to expandilurus CROOK telegraphed from Raw to the War Department on the Gth that all unauthorized persona had been expelled from ths Uintuli Ouray and that Utes were all at home and AT its meeting in Cincinnati on the Gtli tho American Pharmaceutical Association elected of Presi dent of Treas urer and of Ox the Oth two valuable ono of them a present from tho wero stolon from the residence of Cardinal Gibbous in was fatally burnod in Milwaukee on tho ith by fat which be came ignited on a kitchen KOMAMXKI andKatherino Ho molki wero boating on the Oth near En glish whoa the boat was acci dentally upset and both girls were Their ages were nineteen and eighteen yonrs THE Grand Lodge of Wisconsin Good Templars began its second annual session at Madison ou the Tho reports of offi cers showed the order was in good condi tion Ox the afternoon of the 7th a cyclone at blow down several buildings aid FIVE men lost on 7th br tlie burning of the Maverick oilworks in East RiciiAiin HEXSLUU was burnet to death on the 71h in u hotel building at Touawau and the structure was de THE Milwaukee and Louis industrial expositions wero oponed ou the evening of the IN the United States Court at Jefferson ou the 7th two of tho Bald Knob rang were convicted under the Kuklux law for intimidating and driving away homestead Tho gang had been terrorizing half a dozen counties in Southern Others of its members were to lie THE Michigan Conforanco began its fiftysecond session at Bay View on tho A WATEKSPOUT burst on Careless crook Henghor on tho and twelve hundred sheep wore JACKSONS silk mill and the Grant loco motive works at wore de stroyed by fire ou the Six hundred persons wore thrown out of A FIUU on the 7th destroyed tho costly machinery of tho Barren Fork Coal Com near causing a loss AT Now two boys under ten years of age w ire arrested on tho with attempting tn wreck a iho examples of youthful depravity said their intention was to rob the dead and in jured an I admitted they read with avilily yellow back AT a ineetiugof Catholic Pielates at Baltimore thu 7th tin plans for a mnv university at Washington were adopt id and abuilling cunmiLtje The is to A siAiiK from an engme on thj 7ih ig nited tho bed llnr of a carload of lino cat tle on route from to the lantu Most of the were roast ed to tno others were frightful ly burned and had to be put to death NfiAit on tho 7th the Creston express train on the Kansas City St Joseph Couiifial Bluffs road ran into a local passenger and one person was killed and ten others wore wouivlod AT the Hoik County fair at Janes ville on the 7th Miss Abbie Ferris and Crossnian were inardjd in the pres ence of iivu thousau 1 The youutf people received very many WIND and rainstorms of extraordinary violence swept portions of New York and Massachusetts ou the and unrooting houses and bfouiia down barns A man at Worcester dashed against a barrel and and sovaial parsons wore partially para lyzed by inn livery stable of William Hoffron at was destroyjd Ly lire oil the ami thiriyuUht horsos aud twelve mules wore burnol to Tllii stuamcr Wiscuusiu landed 415 Mor mon immigrants at New York thu Sth the entire party leaving for Utah ia the A VEIN of salt 155 feet thick was found at a depth of TJ feot iu Kan tho It is pure rock very and pronounced by ixpjrts or to any other TUB Arlington Hool ut Saegortowii was burned early on tlie 1ho causing a loss of about jtfajizo Tijo who narrowly ull their Is u lit of jealousy at Omaha on the Sth Jacob Aibiec fatally injured his wilu and than killed TUB North Star Mutual Fire Insurance Compauy of Paul decided ou the 8th to wind up its owiugto uuuvy losses i a tornado OH tiio Stii in the hawk valley several persona were hop yards wero crops wero ruined anil Fifty barns wero and Alfred Gilfords house was woolen eighteen miles west of together with a largj gristmill ad were burnod on tho DISASTROUS forest flras woro raging on the Sth about fifteen miles from Louis THE American Pharmaceutical Associa in session on the Sth at votOil to incmorulize Congress for n repeal of the law imposing a special tax on drug gists who sell alcoholic GLADSTONE having been invltod to attend tho constitutional centennial at Phila lolphia replied that ho would have as much to do in engineering tho Irish ques tion as his residue of activity could ac and ho wai theraforc com polled to decline the most flattering proposal ho had ever AMONG the business failures ou tho Sth wero tho following Chipman of coal for of inotnl for Duncan of New piano for of cigar for and Thomas of tobacco for A FLOW of natural gas was struck on tho Sth at Am at a depth of nine hundred A was secured in Sioux on tho Sth to try Munchrath for the murder of George Seven of them are frost fell at ou the but did no damage to tho tobacco It was followed by HEPUBSBSTATIVKS of ninety brewing firms met at on the Sth and effected a State They adopted a resolution denouncing tho High License law as a blow at personal JAG in years was nearly burned to death on tho Jth by his wife aged twentyeight who poured coaloil on him and set it on THE estimated yield of in Mich igan this season is COLONEL THOMAS aged seventy drowned himself on the 9th at New lie had chijf cotton in spector for many JOHN THOMAS lioss who killed Emily an aged white ami sold her body to a medical college for fif teen was hanged at Baltimore on the PHILIP a wealthy of shot himself dead ou the A lew days ago he was arrested for and became very despondent over the a short time be fore said his reul numo was Philin A FIKB on tho Oth at de stroyed the postoffice ani halt a dozen assignment was made in on the Oth by Goldsmith liquor and tobacco Li THE family of Captain of the schooner recently lost with a crow of ton men off were not on the vessel as at lirst were at home in Tin peanut harvest in Virginia for this yjur was on the 9th estimated at Nino peanut factories clean uud son the nuts for tho tiduuiiitou on tho Oth the thutysevjuth anniversary of her ad to the Tha day was kept as a holiiliiy in all parts of the Tins csf limited number of acres lestorod to the public dainuin during August is 21 exclusive of acres within tho limits of the Indian QUITE a heavy frost fell on the night of the 8 h in and soma corn would be but the major crops were all a heavy thunderstoem on the ittii liKluning struck Martn of as he was plowing on his lulling him and his THU banks of tho uew aqueduct at North cimd iu Ou the 9th and throe mon under 130 feel of earth The holies had not bjen dus THBKB 152 business failures iu the United States during tho seven days ended on the against 175 the previous seven ADVICES of the Oth from say the Bullskin prairie and liio Lob Lolly woro on It was not only the but the a loamy soil that was on and the rienso black smoko could be seen for DISPATCHES on say that in the re cent storm in Lonawee Mich thirteen farmhouses were wrecked o wholly aud the road from O den to Higa was washoil Outbuild fences and lieUU also suflorod and several persons were badly deneiesmot in New York on tho Sth nnd formed n now political party in opposition to Henry It is to be Imowtt as tlw Progressive Labor EXCONOBBSSMAX MOSOBH who represented tho Findlny district in tho Fortieth nnd Forty first Congresses died very suddenly on tho 9th at Fin lliv ELIJAH HAY us and his of Warsaw on the 9th deeded property valued at to thn Board of Missions of tho Methodist Episcopal ALBEUT of Kentucky n memboof Congress from 1853 to 185 dLd ou the 9th in two hundred houses at Vosznrem were destroyed by flro ou the A Finis broke out on tho night of tho fith in tho Theater Iloyal at during n and in the rushto escape scores wero crushed to death and many others wero One hun dred aud thirty bodies had boon but it was feared tho mortality would reach Ax enormous in process of castin in the Vicicors foundry at Eng exploded on tho killing live men aud injuring a large number of ADVICES of the C h say violent rain Iud hailstorms in ths northern part ot England and iu Scotland had in many sec tions entirely ilontroyoJ tha standing FUIITIIISU advices of the 5th say that 130 bodies had been taken from the ruins of the Thnutor Royal at many of thorn so much burned as to be beyond In twenty deaths of persons injured were and it was believed that other bodies wore yet in the In several cases entire families lost thoir lives in the SMITH GUEENWAYS bank at failed on tho Tho bank was established a century ago nnd had the highest reputation for It was fiiircd tho failure would cause many WOUMALDS woolenmills iu wero destroyed by firo ou ths causing a loss of CHOLERA appeared in Rome on the five cases and two deaths At Palermo nine casss an 1 four were reported at twelve new cases aud eight and at throe now caies and one thirty res tho Napanoe Quebec railway station and the Mechanics Institute at wero burned ou tho John Wells was burned to A COKOBBS9 of tradosunioiis in London resolved ou Sth to agitato for a full holiday on Saturday and eiht hours of work ou othor days of tho A TKUB bill was found on tho Sth bv tho Montreal grand jury against William William Allen Pinkerton and Michael ou four are charged with conspiracy against James An VICES of tho Sth say that in the recent storms in Canada many livjs were lost and vessels THE English Government it was said on the improve and strengthen the fortifications of by building new which will be fur with eightyton The cost of those works will be IT was officially announced in the En glish Parliament on the Sth that the King of Samoa had been deposed by the Ger the English and American Consuls THE Sjiuiiioh Government on the Oth orderol the release iho American missionary at the Caroline Isl who was lately arrested by tho Spanish authorities there ami imprisoned at EDITOR not appearing at Mitch on the for trial under the Coercion made himself liable to and a warrant was issued for An indignation meeting was and conflict took place botwesa tho police and soldiers and tho during which two of the latter were instantly others were fatally and seriously TUB Austrian Consul at Bombay re ported on the Oth that thers wero deaths from cholera in India mouth of LATER PERSONAL AND SAMIEL of was ou tho titli appointsd Secretary of the American legation in AT llelvi on the Oth Deacon and triluey Avery celubratd tho sity lourth anniversary of their TUB Union Labor and Greenback partv of Pennsylvania Held their State conven tion at Williarnsport ou the 7th and nomi nated Charles of Philadelphia for Suprciii Court and Bun of for Stato Treas IT was reported on tho 7th that Assist ant Hocrotary of state Portor had re signed and would return to his homo in Porter said lie oil account of his wifes illhaalth and for other and private WILLIAM who was Governor of South m and served three terms iu Congress prior to Uiad ou the 7th at Flat aged eightyone Ho owned more slaves thaa any other muii in the State before tho but opposed out of nine Missouri counties on the Till voted in favor of locul are now thirty pronounced prohibi tion counties in the JOHX died on the 7th at ugcii Hftyony Ho was u leading divine of ihu Methodist and pastor of thu Triu Hy Church ut GovuRxoii OGLISIIY on tho 7th appointed Judge James of uud Liouteu auiGuvcriior Smith to represent Illinois at the Philadelphia Constitutional centen THE of Massachusetts not in Stats cojivtmtiou ut Worcester on he 7lh ami nominated a full with Kurlc for Tho platform loclaros against licuusu demands tlio hu nediate ivpcal of all iiuoasu laws and the submission of a constitutional amendment o tho and demands Unit the ques tion of woman suffrage be submitted to NBWTOX a Teteran of ho Mexican died ut 1ml the JJELKOATKS Jrorn about sixty labor and Olitkul organisations of socialistic tou jj JOliUcal i V THE record of the baseball clubs in tha National Leaguo for the weekended on the 10th was as follows Detroit games 00 57 59 New 57 fO THE Oh o Republicans opaned thoir cam paign on the evening of tho lOfch at Call Governor Forakar being the princi pal A LoNnox dispatch of tho 10th reports the loss of a vessel with fifty uuuds in the English Ar twentysix leading clearinghouses in the United States tho exchanges during tha week ended ou tha 10th aggregate against the pre vious As compared with tho corre sponding week of tha iucreaso amounts to nor TiiocsAxn nailmakers of Wor cester aud struck on the lOthior an advanca of twenty to thirty per in IN Montreal on the 10th Porters tannery and bnot factory and an adjoining tene menthouse were L Tim grand jury at refused on the 10th by a vote of IS to 5 to return an indictment against Miss Sarali charged with the murder of Walter the Chicago lumber dealer DISPATCHES of ih 10th from reported that a heavy flood had swept away twenty miles of the Southern Pacific railway track and done other JHE grnml jury in Chicago on tha 10th indicted Lovi Captain John of the schooner and Captain John of the schooner George far assisting William J McGariglo to FOUR men were drowned on the 10th near by tho capsiniug of advices of tho 10th say tliat Henry Stanley wus heard from on July a month uftov his imported murder Ix ou tho 10th the Jloor of a school building gave way wnilo a revival meeting was iu progrois and sixty or seventy people want down twenty most of them being severely one man A JIANW of Cuban 1H busters worn at tacked on the loth olf the Florida coast by Spanish aiut three ot the soldiers were killel and live FIVE largo sawmills woro burned in Minneapolis on th causing an regale loss a prominent pinsi flan of committed suicide on ia He hud bicu u victim of cociiiuo THE Agricultural Department ut Wasu ugtou on the loth ropoitid a luavy reduc lon m the condition of com in the West inco the last re the seven corn surplus States thu average wus ten lower than last Dakota spring wheat returns wera better than while from Wisconsin Iowa and Nebraska the reports wero a Biiade IRELANDS Editor oHMouR itaflant Attitude Causos Mis Atrost by Jlrltlsh Authorities tiltlB of tho Itlondy Blot lit Mltclutltstown Comments on the Horrible Af Sept OBrien was arrest ed yesterday while seeing Lnbouchere off on the OBrien spout tho day at Ballybrack with Dillon and He received a telegram from Labonchoro nnd Brunner re questing him to accompany them to accompanied by wont on hoard the Kingston boat for the purpose of declining the invitation to go to when a de tective met him and said he would not bo nr rested if he pledged himself not to go to En OBrien refused this when he was taken into custody and escorted to the Imperial Hotel by the who informed him that he could stay there all night if he would give a promise that ho would not make a This promise was not nnd OBrien addressed a crowd from the balcony of the In the course of his remarks he said So long us there Is breath In my borly my voico will not be silent until I nm I am proud to suffer for When I was In Kingstown 1 was told that I would not be arrested If I aid not umlurtaltc to go to En That shows that the Government Is beginning to clroiul us In The crowd gathered in front of the hotel was very in an interview 011 the subject his said that he had no intention of going to En gland when he hoarded the Ho mere ly wont there to see As to making a speech at the ho said ho had no idea of doing so until the detective men tioned openair indigna tion meeting was held in Market at Friday John Con don and OShea were present Labouchere and others made speech es denouncing tho Government for its course in regard to A Govern ment with an escort of tried to push to the Tho crowd re sisted them with sticks and The police then made a charge against the and were repulsed by men on Condon tried to pacify the Dillon advised them to treat the police with silent because home rule was nearly and then the Irish forces would be under the control of the instead as in the hands of their The row was re and reinforcements police from the barracks fired into the Two men were old man named Riordan and an elderly man named Fiftyfour constables were injured to such an extent that physicians services were One hundred and fifty civ ilians were also person has died from injuries received in Fridays and two others can not The Daily speaking of the occur rence at says The more we examine into the tragedy the more evident it becomes that it was nothing less than murder by persons The ominous silence of the Government and its agents on the question of responsibility is one of the worst features in the What are we to expect but crime answering dovilish outrage following devilish repression Michael at a meeting in Dublin declared that he would adopt every word and meaning of OBriens speech at Irishmen would deserve the contempt of the world if they allowed themselves to be hunted from their cabins like He complained bitterly against the constabulary for slaying their own kith and kin in cold even without a word of command from their If the slum bering embers of rotaliatgry vengeance were as in hoped they would not blame for any svil wrought upon Ireland would fall upon the instigators of the Mitchellstown Sept Jnll Mall Gazette says that the memory of old man Eiordan lying dead in the market place at Mitchells his grey hair matted with will haunt both nations for many days to The says the blood of the Mltchells towu victims is on the heads of Messrs Davitt and whose in flammatory and cynical language drove men againsfc the muzzles of This teaches the people that although their leaders have amusement and profit the people pay for it with their The Coercion was not bearing its bitterest The Govern ment meant to provoke bloodshed in Ire Blood has been shed in perfect won and butchery is its most revolting The Joifl says the Mitchelstown affair shows the necessity for the full application of the Crimes act to prevent such meetings The Dublin Freemans Journal says The blood stain is indelibly attached to Chief Secretary for and to the The Journal ac cuses the officials of sending a force of po lice and a reporter to on whose evidence the warrants against OBrien and the Poor Law wore issued for the special pur pose of exasperating the Yortt Journalist Talks with the MnglstrntoHarnftftlng Piillos of Mis OfltaeWhftt Ho Tlilnks of Recent Events In Grntul Army Ilcasod with tho of ClvllSorvlco Ko with One NEW morning journal publishes a sixcolumn interview with Pres ident Cleveland in which the after expressing regret at the disposition Bhown by certain newspapers to throw ob stacles in the way of his efforts to establish civilservice reform on a firm says No man in the country can know tho embar rassments antl tho perploxltlos which have sur rounded mo In attempting to monrt the con dition of public With these limita tions to tho Immediately successful ac complishment of my but guided by every light possible to bo marto avail I itnow I am trying to bring about the remedy without tho least personal nmbl tlon or Let mo sivy hero that it tho disappointment rising from my Inability to numo forofllco nil those recommended by my near and political f rloncls woro sulllotont cause for those who wish mo well would bo very tow In a subsequent conversation the Presi dent sakl that the composition of the Pa cific llallroad Commission had been a mat ter of unusual thought and consideration with and in view of the valuable infor mation obtained ho was glad that the question decided by Justice Meld against tho commission had not been raised Their dis patch recommending thu employment of additional counsel had been answered im mediately and full power given Why such counsel had not been employed he had not been but he understood that a reasonable adjournment to examine into the law had been Concerning recent events in Grand Army circles Cleveland said The soldier having laM down his arms after malt ng so many sacrifices and enduring so many having achieved such a vast and good work to perpetuating should be preeminontly tho best When he in time of re sumes his citizenship his desire for tho peace and quiet of his lountry nnd its entirely dependent upon should be emphasized by tho very trials he has I do not bol eve he can bercarrled away rrom tho oven plane of that good citizen ship by tho devices of unscrupulous men who Would use htm for partisan Further he said he did not fear there would be any overt act in Louis in retal iation for the Wheeling because it was contrary to what knew to be the spirit of the municipal and commercial bodies which had invited him there and which ho believed to be the spirit of the whole people of With the progress of CivilService reform the President is very much He said In tho flist year and a half of my Adminis tratfon men came hereby the by the each company filling tho room nnd emptying it only to make way for another and there was always the same formula I have to ask thatbe The would Why he is a worald be the uniform This was repeated over and over and over again in each successive case with seemingly hopeless I had could tho same answer You must bring me proof of his unfltness as a public I understood very well their in ability to comprehend Knowing very well the process which had obtained hero for so many I could but sympathize with thoir inabil ity But now the formula is altogether I have not heard that expression for many months It is at the outset of every application for a change This man is a faithless public and these are the rea Is not this a very great deal to have ac complished is not this a sufllcient for tho time that has to those who may complain that more has not been accom plished Concerning the question of his renomina tdon Cleveland said It seems to be the universal belief that a President must desire a I can not understand how any man who has served one tenri as President could have a personal ambition in securing a second term with all its solemn its harrassing du ties and Its constant and grievous exactions upon his mental and physical it seems to to accept a second term should rest only upon his sense of a sol emn obligation as a citizen and an appreciation of his duty when called upon to bear his par ticular part ot tho burden of Thus tho office can least it can have for me personal I hope my present term may be concluded with protlt to tho coun try and with as few mistakes on iny own part as are incident to fallible human TRUE BILLS Frnor Irving Indicted at Chicago for Aiding MoGuiiirlu to lis grand jury Satur day concluded its investigation intothe cir cumstances of exWarden William Mc Gaiigles escape from the custody of Sheriff Mutsoii the night of July iii at McGarigles home at Lake View and returned indict ments UH follows Leonard treasurer of tho Col lege of Physicians and three indict aiding and abetting tho es cape of a prisoner and Levi janitor of the two indict cousjiiriuy urid Hiding John captain of tho Canadian schooner Edward two indictments conspiracy and aiding to Johu wiptaiuof the American schooner two and aid Kurly i Sunday morning Leonard St John and Janitor Levi Bell gave bond be fore Judge tirst in to answer charges of conspiracy and aiding a prisoner to and the lat ter iu to answer to conspiracy and aiding to SIXTY flufloor of a Church Gives Way Umlur iv Crowd at rear cud of the upper noor of u twostory church building ut three miles from gave way dur ing a revival meeting Saturday and sixty or seventy people fell with it ttiirteeii Hardly one of thorn escaped The injured were juicily rescued from the and three of them were found to be seriously injured One inun is fatally Every physician iu the county was immediately seut for and the work of relieving the injured promptly No further particulars have been reeeivwl from tho The Runted Theater Koyal a Veritable MniiTrnpThe JDouil Now Estimated ut Severely Injured Number Whole Families victims by the burning of the Theater Royal Monday night were mostly working As soon as the flames were extinguished a large forco of men began searching for The stairway leading to tho gallery was liter ally packed with while at the head of the stairs there were scores of piled one on top of the There were pitiful scenes in the vicinity of the burned theater as friends and rela tives of supposed victims awaited the re covery of the In many cases fath ers and mothers both and numer ous children are thus left without means of support Several of the bodies were burned so that only a small cinder The number of persons severely injured is six It is feared that the death list will reach It has been ascertained that there were 200 persons occupying seats in the gallery and of these over 100 lost then lives The search for bodies still goes It is very probable that the total number of deaths will never be owin to the fact that many of the bodies were Most of the killed were and chiefly But few children perished Several whole families numbering from two to five persons lost their livea The construction of the gallery stair case accounts for the great loss of life among the gallery Half way down the flight there was a sharp The first persons who left the gallery got past this but several of those who followed were thrown down and jammed into the angle and were unable to extricate thern owing to tiv pressure from behind The staircase at this point was thus eaectual ly and there wus no other means of WHOLESALE of the Queen Now llesitiiug in Consider for Becoming the regular meeting of St Georges Society last a delega tion from the various lodges of the Sons ot St George asked the parent society to join in the formation of a BritishAmerican Tho intention is to get nil natural ized citizens of Scotch or Cana dian to join in a movement for of aliens from tho countries To this end the cooperation of tOJ Scotch and Canadian clubs will ba But of the Canadians of a voting age iw Chicago are naturalized LIVES The Schooner Niagara on SuperiorThirteen tnrnoiis Go the Fated Said to Mare Moon Drowned Off the New Fonncllamt Sopt rcporfc hns just been received of the foundering of the schooner consort of the steamer six miles this side of Whlteflsh Lake in Wednesdays gala She was commanded by Captain Clements and was ore laden from Ashland to Her crew of ten men was and the cap tains family was also reported Niagara belonged to tho same tow as tlw schooner which was lost lust No vember off Ashland with eleven livea was owned by of Cleveland Captain Delos Waite of tho steamer just reports that the Niagara lies one fathom of water ten miles this side of Whitensh point and five miles from Her inizzcn mast reaches above water and her main and fore mnsts are floating near by with other pieces of Watte saw no traces of her illfated crew nnd isnys that no small boat could have lived in the terrible sea which was running there The United Empire arrived from tho Sault during the day and reported it was the storm her crew ever and the Idaho came up it was still running Captain Waitc thinks that in addition to crew of the Niagara there wero a number of women aboard of us he noticed them when she was bound All must have doubtless and possibly Tho Niagara was in the tow of the Australasia this not of the Ka as last Tho gale was one of worst on tho lake for the wind reach ing a velocity of sixty miles an daily arriving from all ports of the country go to show that the gtilo of the 2iith of was one that will be long remembered for the loss of life and extent of damage sus tained from it At and wound the Island of the gale raged in all its A name was wrecked on the back of Langley near and as no trace of foer orewhns yet been found it is feared that they must all have beeiu One hundred thousand dollars will not cover the extent of damage to property sus tained by Uewfoundland vessels that on the Banks during the swept anchors slipped and sails split and twines and trawls lost and abandoned is the daily and many a vessel arriving has even a sadder one of loss of to There are as many as five banking schooners missing from five Grand Bank nnd one from all of which were on theBanks the morning of the gale and have not yet been seen or heard If the worst should come to pass and that these vessels are the bread winners of hundreds will have found watery THE OF CivilService Commissioner Oberly Con strues tho as Expressly Forhitjdiiig the Discharge of n Government Em ploye liecaiiNo of His Sept CivilService Com missioner Oberly has in response to an inquiry from Charles of the CivilService Board of Examiners a communication embodying the views of the commission respecting the right of a postmaster to remove carriers and except for causes named in the CivilService The Commissioner That every carder and clerk in the Cincin nati postofflce might be legally removed for cause Is a proposition on which you need no in It concluded that wish to know in the opinion of the efllciont carriers and clerks of good character may bo legally removed for par tisan they do not agree politics with tho The has heretofore and now that the power of removal is except that removal may not bo legally made lor any one of tho following onuses Because a person in the service has refused to contribute to a political fund or for a politi cal because a person has refused to render political Because a per son has refused to permit the appointing officer or any other person In the civil service to co erce his political From the provisions of the law and rules it is concluded That It is unlawful toasltan applicant for appointment under CivilService law to divulge his political opinions or That if tiie appointing officer asceitalns in any way what are tho political opinions or affiliations of any applicant for appointment is unlawful in him to therefore eithor discrim inate In tho applicants favor or against that it is unlawful in the appointing officer to appoint an eligible for tho reason that he Is or is not a or to refuse to appoint ua eligible for the reason that he IB not a Repub and vice That it is unlawful to remove any person from the public service for refusing to render political The fairly is that entrance to the classified civil service shall bo upon moilt of the applicant without regard to his political opinions or and that continuance in the service shall upon the employes without regard to his political opinions or There fore the appointing officer who appoints or re fuses to appoint an applicant because the ap plicant does or does not entertain certain polit ical opinions violates the and an appoint ing officer who removes an employe because thev etnplaye refuses to render political service In accordance with the wishes of the appointing offlcer because he is not a political partisan of the appointing officer also violates the MGARIGLE A Canadian Grand Jury Returns True UillM Against the Wandering Detective Piukeitoii ana Police of iu tho Buxter grand jury yesterday morning found a true bill against Boodler Detective Piukertoa and Colonel of for con The only witness examined was James who made the Bax ter was examined at great and after ten minutes deliberation a unanimous was As soon as the grand jurys pre sentment was made Crowa Prosecutor Greenshiulds moved for a bench warrant to have McGarigle brought front Ontario to answer the indictment before the term of the Queens The other de he were beyond the jurisdic tion of the court Judge Baby replied tlmfc the warrant would issue at For Commercial Wirnan of Stattm YM and president of the Great Northwesters Telegraph isi now in this section delivering upon commercial union between United States and Partn who claim to Jiave most from the protective policies of the two are enthusiastically in favor uf Wiiuans speeches are heartily re ceived at all picnics and fall Union in eagerly and u greut breaking of political parties is expected when the subject comes squarely before the country us it must very There are inonv this section who are willing to go further twin comuiercittl indorse to tlw y iattOAttB ;