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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - December 8, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts I is Doston weekly Globe tuesday december 8, 1891. News the week. Dynamite in Russell sages office two killed. An exhaustive record accidents offences and other happenings told in Brief Pithy paragraphs for the Globe s readers. New York dec. 4.�?at 12.18 clock this afternoon a Small shabbily dressed Man. Apparently about 35 years old carrying a Brown Loather handbag called at Russell gape s office the second floor no. 71 Broadway and asked to see . Sane. W. R. Laidlaw . Pages clerk told Bim that . Sane was Busy and could not be seen. The Man persisted and continued to talk in a loud tone. Or. Sage who was in an inner out and asked the Man what was wanted. The Man said. Quot i demand a private interview with . Page replied that it would be impossible to see the Man then but he might possibly do so later in the Day. The Man continued to demand a private interview then and there and . Page ordered him to leave Tho office. On this the Man dropped the leather bag and an explosion which Shook tile entire Block instantly followed. Or. Page was thrown across the room and stunned. Or. Laidlaw who had turned away and was standing within a few feet the two was also thrown across the office and had one leg badly lacerated. The stranger was thrown against the partition Wall and was by far the most severely injured the three. There were three others whose j names could not be ascertained at the moment also injured. The injured men were taken to con j Nelly a drug store across the Way where it was found that Page and Lal Luw though severely injured had not received any fatal wounds. It was said that one the clerks in sages office was blown out through the window. Nearly All the windows the East end the North Side the building were shattered and the Interior the build ing was badly wrecked. Soon after boing taken from the building . Page Labouring under great excitement and pain made the following statement a a Man who gave his name As la. Wilson came to my office. I had never seen him before. He had a carpet bag in his hand and said if you will not give me $1,200, 000 i will blow you All to i know nothing further except hearing a great explosion falling Tho floor and regaining consciousness Here. The dead Mas lying the floor the drug store is i believe the same one who asked me for i Benjamin Norton a clerk in pages office j and toe bomb thrower whose name is sup j posed to to Wilson were killed. The body j the latter was frightfully mutilated. New York dec. 5.-the Arcade building where the fatal dynamite explosion occurred yesterday was visited by thousands 01 people this morning. Early this morning inspector steers and Cape. Mclaughlin took charge the building W. Booth manager the building and the agent Fred Potter had a Force workmen engaged in tearing Down the wrecked partitions and the floors preparatory to making repairs. Building inspector Brady also had men at work axing up the Walls. Or. Brady said that Tho Walls the building were unshaken the principal damage being done to the inner Walls. Ile thought that this proof the building being a Strong one in View the terrible Shock the explosion e. Osborne the Only clerk . Rages who escaped uninjured was busily engaged this morning in recovering papers belonging to the firm which were scattered about the place. Everything was picked up and taken to the third floor. Here they will he guarded until they can be sorted out to ascertain what there is value to be preserved. Among the papers recovered was the Check which Young Robertson the clerk. Had in his Possession when he was mangled by the explosion. It was covered with blood and two holes were blown through it. The Check was for $9000. Russell rage arrived the scene at to clock. To was unable to Tell what securities were missing if any. It was Learned this morning that the card presented by the Assassin to . Page bore the names Quot Wilson St Hedenbergh 111 Broadway. Wilson St Hedenberg who have an office at the address mentioned Are engaged in the promotion business enterprises. The senior member the firm. Hugh r. Wilson is a Young Man. And has had a Large experience with Cranks. Asked if he had any idea who the person could he who presented the curd his firm at Russell Page s office. Or. Wilson replied Quot i have read in the papers the description the head which was found among Tho debris in . Sago a office. I Ani very forcibly impressed with Tho description As it agrees Iii Many Points with that a Man with whom we had some dealings a few months ago. A Chi conversation was perfectly rational but he seemed somewhat Cranky. There has been plenty tune for him to go crazy since i saw him. During his negotiations with us he never expressed any animosity towards millionaires in general Russell Sage Jay Gould in particular. He might have taken some our cards with him Aud probably the doctors at the Chambers Street Hospital said this morning that Frank Robertson. The clerk in Sago a office was doing As Well As could be expected and that there was a fair Hope for his recovery. Charles v. Osborn . Pages cashier also lying at Tho same Hospital was improving this morning. The fragments the body the dynamite will he kept at the morgue until monday and if not claimed they will be buried in potters Field. Or. Munn says . Page suffered More from Shock than wounds Aud Lias almost fully Wilson known in Boston. Construction train was slow in getting to the switch. Doctors from Pennington cared for the wounded. A gentleman who was a passenger the express says Tho train was running at a very High Rato Speed. The engine crashed into the caboose the gravel train which was moving from the main track to a siding. The Engineer Tho passenger Tram. Which consisted a baggage car. Smoking car and Throe others one being a parlor car remained at his Post reversed his engine and applied the brakes and thus prevented the Accident from being much worse. The engine rolled Down an embankment to feet High taking with it the truck. The baggage and smoking cars were turned completely Over and rolled Down the embankment the next car went Down the embankment but did not Pste Over. The next rolled partial.�?T? Down but was held upright by the Pullman car. Only the front wheels the Pullman left the track. There were 70 passengers the train. The fireman the passenger train was thrown beyond where the engine landed into a Field. _. The passengers collected #100 for the Engineer who acted so bravely. Week . Hume was sending the Mast melodramatic telegrams. He intended to move heaven and Earth and would he in Pittsburg the next Dav to dolt an Endeavor was mane to see mrs. Hume miss Behrens who is at the seventh Avenue hotel. Phe sent word that she was sick. A clerk there said that never in three Vears had . Martell Ever been inside the hotel while miss Behrens was there. He thought that . Hume was wringing his wife. Mrs. Hume is Tho leading lady in . Mantels company and the cause . Hume Sanger is said to be newspaper publications connecting his wife a name with the suit for divorce to be brought against Martell by his wife. Tupper Down Labrier. Quot wrote trash could not have been put before intelligent Chatham ont., dec. 4.�?Hon. Charles Tupper minister Marine and fisheries delivered an address to the Young conservative club Here last night. The speaker reviewed the recent speech . Laurier at Boston declaring the sentiments uttered by the Reform Leader As unworthy a True Canadian. Quot we canadians a said minister Tapper a were said to to hostile to the United states and desirous showing our exclusiveness. Worse trash could not have been put before intelligent the position the Canadian government today is this As to our relations with Tho people to the South that while Friendly disposed and anxious to Trade with them we May do so with propriety and with profit we would not be led into any arrangement that would detract from the National dignity do injury to Home interests gradually wasting away. Alien Laws por Canada. Measure retaliation against americans. Ottawa ont., dec. 4.�?George Taylor member parliament for South Leeds states that he will again introduce his alien labor act next session. His act is an exact reproduction the american alien labor act and he will push it account Tho aggressive attitude assumed by americans against Canadian workmen who Cross at suspension Bridge Brookville and other places. He introduced it last session but withdrew it at Tho particular request the late sir John Macdonald be to was opposed to the measure the ground that the matter was at toe time receiving International consideration. Steamship Jamestown went hard aground near the rip raps. Rile steam Hargo James s. Fease was destroyed by fire at Cleveland o., tuesday. Engineer Stedman olm red from the burning Cabin with his clothing tire Jam Ped into the River and was drowned. Fireman ringer was burned to death. Loss #10.000. A statement prepared at the Treasury de Par Mont shows that there Lias been a net increase #12,709,900 in the circulation since nov. T. Since nov. I there has been a not increase #8.887,045 in Money and Bullion in the Treasury. Tho circulation per capita dec. I is stated at #24.38. A. R. Blood Warren Penn., aged about 30 Vears. Was thrown from his horse monday and killed. His life was insured for nearly #300,000. His wealth is estimated at #750,000. He was Tho largest Oil operator in the Northern Region and was the owner Tho largest Carbon Black works in the country. The natural Supply Detroit Mich., was suddenly stint off monday night throughout the City owing to an Accident. When the regular flow was resumed the permeated the houses Many families the inmates being All asleep. Many persons were parti ally asphyxiated. Two persons were burned severely in the morning by striking lights in the rooms where had accumulated. The rear car a Harlem Railroad train jumped the switch at 149th St., new York he had been crazy for years and threatened one Man. Ii. Wilson who exploded a dynamite bomb in Russell sages office new York yesterday is. According to the accounts people in Boston who Are acquainted with Hima Man with a career Vicissitudes. He was born at Bolton Lake George and was the son Hiram Wilson for Many years proprietor the Moneta House. He was an exceptionally Bright Young Man very Well read and Quick perception opportunities. He resided in Glen Falls n. Y., after his marriage and that is where his eccentricities were first noticed. This was about 10 years ago and he was then about 35 years old. Wilson worked for James Burdick at his Sash factory and in the Sawmill and also was employed in a. Sherman s Mill under . Burdick a superintendency. Or. Burdick who is now in Boston knew Wilson Well and saws although Bright he carried the general appearance a Lunatic upon his features and the expression his eyes denoted mental instability. While working in the saw Mill his periods insanity became known by complaints from his wife whom he used to threaten a find ill treat when suffering from mental Serrations. These periods would not occur at first Only about once a year and gradually they were noticed oftener and longer duration until he became absolutely beyond control. He would work awhile Aud go off fishing trips about Lake George lasting from two to three months after which he would always appear at Glen Falls. After he left the saw Mill he went to work the Glen Falls Republican As a reporter and solicitor advertisements. He was a particularly Good Man at getting ads hut his newspaper career was brought to a conclusion several years Aijo. He worked As a Printer in several towns in new York state and did most anything he could get employment at when his father died he left considerable property but Wilson quickly ran through it All. He had a brother Charles and his wife is believed to be living but he is said to have no children. Three killed seven Hurt. New York express collides with a construction train. Trenton. N. J., dec. 3.�?the 4 clock train from new York the Reading Railroad collided with a construction train at Pennington this afternoon and made a terrible wreck Frederick Mclaren Philadelphia Michael Maloney Trenton and Thomas Fitzpatrick Philadelphia the Crew the gravel train were All killed. All were unmarried. Seven others were injured More less. They Are Charles Wilson Germantown. Frank Roderiques Philadelphia. Isaac i Iriquin Philadelphia . A. H. Dev Trenton diaries Druiding Philadelphia Oscar Tessier Philadelphia and John Ward Trenton. Roderiques was Engineer the express and was probably fatally injured. Tessner was the fireman Aud was seriously injured. The injured were taken to their Homes. The express had the right Way. The puzzling illness Charles clock Darien Conn. Norwalk Conn., dec. 4.�?Charles clock aged 22, son Isaac clock Darren has been in declining health for nearly four years and is suffering now from a disease which is a Puzzle to the most skilful physicians. Every diagnosis has failed to disclose the True nature the malady and the sufferer who has been confined to his bed for Over six months is gradually wasting away. When first taken sick the Young Man was afflicted with tits. He has now lost his mind and rarely recognizes his most intimate friends. Food is administered in liquid form and in Small quantities. He has been deprived his vocal faculties to a considerable extent. Frenzy her Mother. Mrs. Sullivan nearly kills the assailant her daughter. Cortland n. A a a dec. 4.�?henry Baker 60 years old and a Pedler known Here As a daddy Quot Baker is a prisoner in the county jail charged with assaulting a 6-years-old daughter mrs. James Sullivan. Baker is under the doctors care. He is a mass bruises and contusions. His face is so badly marked As to be beyond recognition. Mrs. Tsullivan rescued her daughter and proceeded to club the Man into insensibility. The Kotlier was in a frenzy and would have killed Baker hut for the interference the neighbors. Politics in the grand army. Providence veterans angered by the work Lindsay. Provi Pinck. It. I dec. 4.�?there is talk grand army proceedings against a Veteran named Lindsay who issued an Appeal to his comrades to come out and support Smith the Republican nominee for mayor in the late election. Prominent veterans Here state that the grand army have been paraded in politics too much and that a court martial May now follow Lindsay a political efforts. Jersey City ablaze. Explosion causes great destruction in Pennsylvania depot Jersey City n. J., dec. 4.�?an explosion caused a disastrous fire at the Jersey City terminus die Pennsylvania Railroad this morning in the five Story Brick building fronting Exchange pm. The explosion took place at 3.40 clock and the surrounding Woodwork was instantly ablaze. The ferry boat Jersey City the Cortland St line was just entering the slip when the explosion took place and the Pilot sounded the tire signal the boats whistle until the alarm was taken up by All the River Craft in the Vicinity. The Pennsylvania company a fire tugs America Jumaoas Delaware Mercer and Lambden. The Central Railroad new Jersey tug Bayonne three Erie railway tugboats with three the new York new Haven amp Hartford company a Transfer boats and the fireboat new yorker crowded their Stoms into the four southerly ferry slips and worked their pumps to save the ferry nouse and the Adams express company pier the North. The ferry boats Cincinnati Chicago Aud Jersey City also got lines Hose in operation and deluged the buildings with water. The result was that the River end the terminus including the ferry slips were but slightly damaged. The company recently completed the magnificent train shed the Grade with the elevated Road constructed from the River to Bergen Hill and were constructing new waiting rooms Aud ferry houses to correspond. On the Interior portion the depot building the flames spread rapidly. The flames from the old office building mounted upward until the wooden ceiling and sides the unfinished waiting room were ablaze. The fire was then carried along a huge yellow Pine pipe casing to the new office Structure. This consisted five solidly built structures Brick 150x48 feet and five stories High. The second floor the Easterly building was used As a baggage room the others being merely Bare Walls. The four floors above the baggage room and the two buildings Tho West were gutted. The general superintendent s office and those the division superintendent chief Engineer and numerous other officials the Road were cleaned out. From the office buildings Tho fire spread to the train Sheds in the rear and attacked the wooden Interior ceiling. About i feet the ceiling was destroyed and hundreds the Glass roof lights fell in fragments upon the Concrete platform below. A dozen lines Hose wore brought into play and the train shed was saved from further damage. The fire was under control at g clock and one hour later tile ferryboat Aud trains were running schedule time. The total loss will not exceed $60,000. Which is fully covered by insurance. Stolen St. Paul sparklers. Bold burglar Breaks a big plate Glass window and grabs $5000 in diamonds. St. Paul Minn., dec. 4.�?shortly after 9 clock last evening a burglar smashed in the Large plate Glass window j. E. Ingham the Jackson St. Jeweller with a Stone tied up in a Gunny sack seized a tray containing #6000 Worth diamonds and darted up an Alley and escaped. Just As he seized Tho tray however he slipped and the sparklers flew in every direction in the mud. A great mob was soon the ground fighting Over the rings. Twenty two them were recovered and turned Over to . Ingham. How Many were pocketed by the crowd and How Many were carried away by the burglar is course Mere conjecture. There were 46 rings in the tray when the store was closed. Is Man tells life in danger. Howling blizzard prevails. Report that miss Behrens husband win take it Pittsburg Penn., dec. 4.�?mr. Hume the husband Charlotte Behrens the Robert Mantell company who was reported to have left Newyl Ork with the avowed intention taking Mantello a life has not arrived. At least he has not made his presence known. Imp. Hume was earnestly hunted for in p to Surg yesterday but could not to found. His threatened Advent was apparently without effect . Mantell. He remained closely in his room at the hotel Schlosser and denied himself to All visitors. All last week and the Early part this Northern Pacific trains stuck fast in Enow drifts. Grand Forks n. D., dec. 4, howling blizzard prevails throughout this state. All railway traffic is impeded. Northern Pacific and great Northern trains Are stuck in Snow drifts West and North. Reports received last night state that there is a fearful condition weather prevailing in Tho Northwest. Rain Snow is reported from every town and Hamlet. At Stephen Minn., a blizzard is raging and it is growing colder rapidly hut a blockade is . At Grafton it has been snowing since i clock wednesday night and still continues. Much fear is expressed among stockmen that it will prove disastrous to herds Tho Plains. Cruiser new York. Splendid addition to Uncle same a Navy launched from cramps Yard. Phil a Del phia dec. 2.�? the United states armoured Cruiser new York was launched this afternoon from the Yard the cramp ship building company in the presence people included among whom were Tho secretaries the Navy Treasury and Interior departments United states senators and congressmen High naval officials and representative business and profession a Mea from All parts the country. Miss Helen Page daughter j. Beaver Page Secretary the Union league club new York broke the traditional bottle wine upon the great steel ram the Cruiser As she Slid from her wooden Cradle into the Delaware River and christened her new York. When the new York is finished she will be the most formidable cruising vessel that has Ever flown the stars a l stripes and in addition she is the largest and most powerfully engined steamship Ever built outside european shipyards. President Harrison Secretary Blaine Secretary Rusk gov. Hill floor and gov. Pattison were forced to decline the invitation to be present owing to therres Sureff business upon them. On the Tram from Washington were Secretary the Navy Tracy Secretary the Treasury Foster Secretary the Interior Noble. Postmaster general Wanamaker assistant Secretary the Treasury Gilinson United states senators Manderson Frye Aud Hawley the naval committees the Senate and House headed by their chairmen senator Cameron and congressman Boutell Admiral and mrs. John g. Walker and chief Engineer the Navy Melville. In addition to the above there were a number congressmen and the naval attaches foreign governments in All about 250 people. Just As the Cruiser started miss Page struck the gaily Beri phoned bottle she held in her hand against the keel that was slapping past her close above her head and As the wine flowed from the broken bottle she cried out Quot i Christen thee new entire tribe wiped out. Gua Ymas mex dec. Captain a coasting vessel who arrived Here a few Days ago tells a strange discovery made by himself during his Hist trip. He traded up and Down the coast doing business among the inhabitants the islands and coast villages Between Here and san Diego Cal. A heavy wind drove him far out his Way. And when Tho storm abated he found that he was so far out his usual path that he had lost his reckoning. Ile was out sight Shore and when they saw land they bore Down upon it amt found an Island that was not Down any the charts. He sent a boat ashore Anet the men returned saying that no one liver there but that there were Many houses and evidences the place having been at one time inhabited. The Captain then went ashore himself and found that the Island had undoubtedly been swept by a Scourge some Kina. There were numerous huts but not a living thing was to be found. An examination revealed the fact that the former residents had died in such numbers that they had not been buried. The skeletons were lying around the Island where the people were when death overtook them. In one hut were found the remains 17 people while in Many others were the boxes great numbers. They had been dead for such a time that the Bones were beginning to decay. There was Little to he found to show what kind people they wore but it is supposed that they belonged to one the Island tribes which were so abundant in this part the coast 50 years ago. Of course there can Only be conjecture As to the probable cause the wiping out an entire tribe but the knowledge the fearful sweep scourges other islands leads to the belief that a pestilence swept off the inhabitants. Train robbers in the South. Rome ga., dec. 3.�?two masked men stopped an express train the East Tennessee. Virginia St Georgia Railroad two Miles from Here last night by waving a lantern. The men then entered the express car and with drawn revolvers took the keys from messenger Lewis and robbed Tho Safe. They then escaped. It is said their Booty did not exceed #1000. It is thought the robbers were Railroad men. Fifty men and 20 dogs Are in Pursuit tile men. Canada is Independent. The mistaken idea that prevails even among intelligent people that Canada is simply a Crown Colony the affairs which Are All managed and provided Tor in London was referred to by Hon. Vav. Langley attorney general Nova Scotia in an address in Williams Hall. Cambridgeport. Last week. Quot nothing could be further from the truth a said he. Quot no country the lace the Globe has More Complete and absolute Independence with regard to its government than Canada. A great difference Between the government Canada and the United states is that in the former instead electing a certain body men to Rule for a stated period the people at every moment have control governmental affairs. The Canadian government can at any time he deposed simply by an Adverse in regard to annexation with the United states tie speaker said the sentiment the Canadian people is distinctly opposed to a political Union but they Are in favor free Trade. _ mrs. G. Blaine jr., seeking divorce. Chicago. Dec. 6. special despatch from Deadwood. S. A. Says a motion was filed Here by mrs. Mary Nevins Blaine drawing for temporary Alimony and attorneys fees. Mrs. Blaine in her motion states that she is in a crippled condition both Dhysie Cally and financially and she petitions the court that the defendant James g. Blaine jr., be required to pay her the sum $1000 As temporary Alimony for expenses the suit and the further sum $500 for attorneys fees. The hearing the motion was set for dec. 20. The complaint and summons in the Case Mary n. Blaine is. James g. Blaino jr., was also filed yesterday. The complaint alleges that James g. Blaine jr., wilfully abandoned the plaintiff without cause leading in her custody a three year old child which she has Sinco taken care and supported without help from the defendant. On these grounds she demands a dissolution the Bonds Matrimony the sole custody her child and that the respondent be required to Pav a reasonable sum for expenses the action for divorce and counsel fees and required to pay such sum for Alimony As the court May decide for the future support herself and child. Mrs. Blaine who is non at Sioux Falls is expected in this City next week. Bonaire. Cd the largest its kind in the state was destroyed by tire monday night. In it is ahem is 00.000. Three employees War caught while at work the upper floor and perished in Tho flames. The second annual banquet the Ohio society was hold at Tho grand Pacific hotel. Chicago. Monday evening with gov. James e. Campbell Ohio As Tho guest Honor. Judge Leroy d. To woman presided. I it tors regret wore read from Gen. Roger Flea tie sex gov. Cox gov. Bishop senator Sherman William Mckinley. Or. Secretary Rusk Secretary Allison senator Brice . Marquis and Many others. Louis Armand the French teacher arrested in new York for persecuting mrs Alexander with his attentions was pronounced insane monday. The Story that 20 Mon were left buried out sight hut alive under the Earth and mud the landslide at Canton station Washington lat wednesday by the Northern fact to Railroad company a Bosses has been confirmed and is considered trite. Officials the company indignantly denied tile Story last week but a special correspondent sent to the mountains telegraphed confirmation it. Joseph Fuller aged 59. Of Housatonic mass., monday choked to death while eating a healed egg. He leaves a wife two Chil Dren and a Large property. 29 a. 8 13 2ft. 33 9 13 23 is it 9 18 14 12 19 so 19 to 17 27 24 20 34 21 14 20 27 19 i to 20 Ai 8 24 27 tuesday afternoon and wee overturned. I a the 20 passengers in the car were thrown a a Gujt \ v a violently in various directions and finally landed Topsy Turvy upon Tho lower Side the car. Two men. One a car cleaner were walking by the track when the car toppled and were crushed to death beneath it. Two brakeman were injured. An explosion occurred at the dynamite factory in Haverstraw n. A a a tuesday afternoon and the Shock was Felt for Many Miles. Five men were killed As follows John Wadsworth Engineer Tho works Peter Carleasa an italian Joseph Williams Joseph c. Adlay All workmen at the dynamite works and Perry Lou Sherry Bing slug who was in a boat near the shorn. Many windows were broken in Bing sing and the people had unite a scare believing that an earthquake had occurred. The first attempt in the history this country to afford Relief to the famine stricken peasantry Russia has originated in Minneapolis. The scheme is to Send a shipload flour to Russia by the midair next january and Tho 5000 merchant Millers America Are to be asked to help. The cargo will he 3000 tons 6,, pounds 30,000 to 50,000 barrels flour wort ii # 100.000 to $125,000. Railroads Are willing to give free transportation Aud the scheme will he set going As soon As the russian minister hears from Home. Minneapolis Millers will give 25 carloads the cargo. Sex county commissioner William Fanica Philadelphia died suddenly from heart disease at cramp s ship Yard. Wednesday while waiting for Tho Cruiser new York to be launched. Harry Bowmaster Duquesne Penn., was shot dead at Midnight. Wednesday by the Householder while trying to break into tie residence James Taylor. His Throe coir pacious escaped. The jury for the trial . Graves charged with the murder mrs Barnaby was completed at Denver col. Thursday. Maj. John Irwin the 88tli regiment. Connaught rangers. British army tied last week in new York City. He was the eldest son the wife Rev. John Hall. Maj. Irwin was a Man about 45 years age. He enlisted in the British army at an Early age and was connected with the military service until his retirement nine years ago. He served in the crimean War and spent a number years in India. Friday night at Minneapolis a burglar smashed in the plate Glass window j. E. Ingham the Jackson St. Jeweller with a Stone tied up in a Gunny sack seized a tray containing $5000 Worth diamonds and darted in an Alley and escaped. Just As he seized the tray however he slipped and he stones flew in every direction Iii the loud. A great mob was soon the ground fighting Over the rings. Twenty two them were recovered and turned Over to . Ingham. How Many were pocketed by the crowd and How Many carried away by the burglar is course Mere conjecture. There were 40 rings in the tray when the store was closed. The handsome residence which has been building at Good ground. L. I., for William f. Chase new York was blown to the ground by the fierce wind storm Friday night Aud is a Complete ruin. Several buildings were lifted from their foundations and two barns overturned by the Hurricane. A dozen yachts were driven ashore by the storm. The heavy Gale Friday night did much damage in Rockland county n. A. And reports from various sections received this morning indicate that the pecuniary loss will to heavy. Capt. Albertson the Schooner Alice Snedecker anchored in the Hudson River was struck by the main Boom his vessel last night Aud instantly killed. The latest reports from the wrecked Brick barges off Haverstraw Friday night show thai the number dead is reduced to two viz., Nicholas Ingle and Frank Murray. Haverstraw Bay is Lilied with Drifting boats which have not yet been secured. The estimated losses by monday nights big tire in Tho Chicago arc Light St Power company a Plant Are As follows arc Light so Power company buildings $100,000 dynamos $250,000 engines boilers and Stock $75,000. Tag a Brothers Cork manufacturers. $15,000. Henrych contracting company. $20,000. Thomas Brothers #5000. Columbian Novelty company $2000. Total loss about 3500,Doo. Tho insurance carried by the arc Light amp Power j company will probably cover its loss. The protector building connected with the Convent the Sisters mercy two j Miles North Newburg. N. A. Was burned j to the ground monday morning. There wore 240 children sleeping in the building i but All got safely out. The Structure was a four Story Brick. Loss about $40,000. Plainfield n. J., suffered by a $200,000 fire thursday night. The laments race horse eurus owned by a. Cass flied at the Chesterbrook farm near Philadelphia thursday. Fire thursday destroyed the drug Mill the Murray St Nici Iol manufacturing company in Chicago. The loss xviii reach $100,000. The condition Cyrus w. Field improves steadily and he will very Likely be out in a stranger in the House Nathan Mandell by moans the Gold dust swindle. Urine Pau had Tho Mandell family arrested. Fire at la clock tuesday night threat ened to destroy the Adams express in pan a a building Dearborn St. Chicago and the commercial Bank adjoining tie South. The damage xviii be Over $100,000. T he grand hotel at Leadville col., two stories High was burned to the ground with All its contents tuesday morning. It is believed that a Luau named Matthews who was lying sick in the House was burned to death. The question liability the part railroads in cases injury to persons Riding a pass was settled tuesday at Albany by the. Out t appeals. The court holds that railroads Are liable for Accident to pass holders. Joseph t. Ladd jeweller at 3 Wall St., next York assigned tuesday. Quot Ladd s time Quot which came the ticker every Day was the official time the new York Stock exit Bange. The Assignor claimed to Nave about $50,000 in the business. Kina Farrington leading lady in the tin Derila company at the next York Academy music and Fanny w Ard another member the troupe were robbed monday night by two unknown men who got several Hundred dollars Worth Diamond jewelry and Money. The report prof. Mendenhall chief the United states geodetic and coast Survey made to gov. Chase Indiana shows that the Indiana Boundary line is one mile East its proper place at the Northern extremity the state and Ohio is entitled to nearly too Square Miles Indiana territory. Anchor Lino Steamer Philadelphia struck a Rock and was sunk near the Mouth the Detroit River tuesday morning. The Philadelphia Laden with flour Xmas bound from Chicago and Milwaukee to Buffalo. All the Crew were saved. The Philadelphia registered 1463 tons. The governing Hoard the International league press clubs met in new York tuesday to Complete arrangements for the next annual convention the league to he held in san Francisco Jan. 14. Among those present Yvere president Keenan Pittsburg and Thomas f. Anderson Boston. Frank b. Carpenter Painter Quot International arbitration Quot was dined in new York tuesday by prominent gentlemen. Hon. Andrew i. White presided. Addresses wore made by Rev. Or. Thee lore Munger new Haven senator Llis coi a Robert 1 a lagers >11 Aud others. The painting mentioned was purchased by mrs. Or. W. Carson Dalton mass., and has been presented by her to Queen Victoria. The steam Barge James r. Pease Xmas destroyed by fire wednesday at Cleveland. Engineer Stee Ian emerged from Tho burning Cabin with his clothing fire jumped into the River and was drop med. Fireman ringer was burned to death. Loss $10,000. The four Story building 281 Pearl St., new York occupied by lie Binan St Butler Oil and m. Barran Scoe importer cigars was burned wednesday afternoon. Tho losses will aggregate $12,000 insured. When the officers the Hopkins county Bank entered their offices at Madisonville ky., wednesday morning they found that the door bail been blown off the Large sate and that the door Tho Strong Box had been forced open. The Safe robbers secured $5600 in Hills and Gold and Silver Coin. No clue. A local passenger train hound for Tuckahoe which left tile new York grand Central depot wednesday evening was wrecked at the Junction it Tho next York Central and the Harlem railroads at 149th St. Two persons William Fleming and an unknown Man Yvere killed and several others slightly injured. A. R. Blood Warren. Penn., aged 30 years was thrown from his horse tuesday evening and killed. His life was insured for nearly $300,000. His wealth is estimated at $750,000. To was the largest Oil operator in the no Thern Region and was the owner the largest Carbon Black a works in the country. The Western Normal College located at Shenandoah la., was burned thursday. Loss. $50,000 insurance $28,000. The general Assembly at Columbia. S. C., thursday afternoon elected attorney general r. Pope associate Justice the supreme court suit was entered thursday against sex Mavor Richard Pearson Allegheny Penn for embezzlement. He is charged with retaining #740 workhouse and jail funds. John Foley Gustave i Aston and John Midden three Boston thieves who were convicted monday at Jersey City n. J., Yvere thursday sentenced to five years each in state prison. John Dubuke a hungarian employed at the Hallstead Colliery at Duryea Penn., shot and killed Stephen Copko also a hungarian and fatally wounded another hungarian. The murderer escaped. Rev. M. M. Bell pastor a coloured Church at it. Holly Penn., was arrested thursday Coffee k Eft Edwin a. . Roston Poe. 8, 1891. All communications including subscriptions intended for this department must he addressed to Edwin a. Durgin lock drawer 5220, Boston mass. Chess divan. I Roa Tremont St., room 7. Chess and checker players meet Day and evening. All Are Welcome. Solution position a 1606. By Ii Richmond. Pierson Mich. Black men 6. 24 King 32. White men 19. 28 King 2ft. White to Nlay and win. 19.15 32.27 28.19 27.23 15.10 a. Wins. Solution position no. 1607. By Edwin a. Durgin Boston mass. Black men 5, la King 32. White men to. 23 King 29. White to play and draw. 23.18 23 18 7 to in 24 19 23 32.27-1 7. 2 9.13 25.22 13. 9 18.14 18. 9 10.14 24 28 14 to 27 23 2. 7 16 19 22.13 32 28 to. 7 11.10 20.25 28.32 23 19 drawn. Var. 14. 6. 9 to. 6 32.27 it 2 drawn. Solution poem ton a 1008 by h. Ii. Washburn. Blk Weh me. Black men i 4, to 9, 12. 17. 19 Kings 15. 27. White men Roll. 13. 16. 23. 26. 29 Kings 3, 8. 29.25 18.25 3. 7 15 8 13. It 27.18 2ft 23 13.19 3.12 i to 25.22 19.2 1 8. 3 6.15 7 to w. Wins. Position no. 1609. By w. M. Fuby Bill Terre haute ind. White. Few Days. Mrs. Lindley ins daughter is charged with assault and Battery by a not improving. The Cotton Mill at Des Moines la., Tho Only one in Tho state was burned Friday night loss $150,000. It is Rodor Ted that gov. Francis Missouri xviii Call a special session the legislature to meet Jan. 15, with the intention redistricting the state. The record Iii divorce courts was Brokon Friday by judge Collins Chicago he listened to and took advisement in 26 cases in a Little Over two hours. A rain and wind storm did much damage in Tipton la., Friday. The Hank building Pike so Kempton and a three Story Brick building were blown Down and the roofs Many other buildings destroyed. Tho International Trust company Boston has made application for the appointment a receiver for the Keokuk la electric Street railway Aud Power company which is claimed to be insolvent. A work train the Findlay St Western Railroad went through a Bridge three Miles East Lima o., Friday the cars piling us in a Sli ageless mass 40 feet below. Three italians were killed Aud several others Yvere fatally injured. Female member his congregation. He was committed to jail in default bail. The jury in the Case Michael j. Galilean trial for the murder Hackman Cummings in new York City which occurred last Christmas Day thursday night rendered a verdict not guilty. Gallivan Xmas discharged from custody. Gov. Pattison Pennsylvania Friday issued a charter constituting Hazelton a Borough in Luzerne county a City. William Bowers aged 26, a tramp from Rochester. N. A. Was run Over by the oars at Pittsfield Junction Friday morning and sustained injuries from a which he Dieu that evening. A fire occurred at Blair neb., Friday morning in which six business blocks in Tho heart the City were destroyed. The loss xviii reach Over #100,000. The cause the lire is As yet unknown. Frank 8anken. An electrician who shot his wife sept. 27, was sentenced to to years in prison at new York Friday. Or a Ranken was in the Hospital for a month after the shooting. She recovered. Tie heaviest storm the season commenced it Silverton. Col. Thursday night. Black. Black to play and win. Position a 1610. By r. E. Bowen and a Kirk Vood. End no Black. In in in mm�9 1 w mom Momo White. White to play and win. Position no. 1611. By h. In Washburn Brewer Sie. Black. Mhz in a my in i in in mom 6.16 8 la 8. 3 14.18 9 14 a-21.1t in. 9 18.25 5.14 30.21 28.21 13.22 drawn. A corrects gnome game. No. 2769, by k. Tesche Leit. A who plans 30.25, allowing Black to win. Game a 2775-Glnayow. By l. S. Head Minneapolis Minn. 11.15 22.18 20.23 6. 2 7 to 2319 9.14 16.20 23.2ft b-26.31 811 18. 9 29.25 2. 6 to 15 22 17 it 22 1.6 2 1.30 23.26 11.16 26.17 26.22 23 to 15.22 34.20 5. 9 2. 7 30.28 2ft.30 i it. 23 2m 24 22.18 Lio 22 25 27-11 9.14 6. 9 14.18 13.16 7.1 1 30.26 17.13 to. 3 32.28 20.11 4 8 ll.1ft 31.26 3. 7 31.27 13. It 3. 7-a 25.22 25.22 8 la 15.23 12.19 26 17 7,1� w wins. A corrects Globe game. No. 27 Ltd. By John t. Hennigan. Who plays 19.15, allowing Black to draw. B. 12 left a 23 32 10.15 12.19 15.24 32.28 White wins tory neatly. C�?26.22, 10.15 White wins. The new Headquarters. The players reorganize and secure excellent accommodation. The interest in checkers in and around Boston has been at a very Low ebb for the past two years. In fact Ever since the old new England chess and checker rooms ceased to exist the players have had no regular organization and it was rarely that Nitro than a Quot Corporal s guard Quot could to found together at any one time. Brately renewed interest has manifested its if and the players have reorganized. Or. Van Doran has secured very desirable quarters at 150 tie Mont St., room 7. And fitted them up in manner for their accommodation with every com Cnudoe for Comfort and pleasure. If fiery is h smoking and a Reading room in the latter the use tobacco is prohibited and is for those members who enjoy a game chos checkers but not tobacco. The rooms Are provided with Tjien grates and in the evening with the grates alive with glowing coals present a very cheerful appearance. All persons interested in the game ale cordially invited to Call and those a who would like to learn will find a competent instructor in mryan Dol an. The rooms Are centrally located opposite the common and electric cars pass the door to and from All parts the City and suburbs. Our Christmas number. Extensive preparations Are being mane for a grand Christmas number. The editor is in correspondence with Exvell known players and authors throughout the country also Scotland. England. Australia and new zealand. No pains xviii be spared to have this number the Acme anything Ever done in this line before. The Best to be had is what we want and is what you will find in our Issue for dec. 22. Contributions Are respectfully solicited and should Roach us by not later than dec. Id. Draughts classified. A now system. Fro it la us from last Veek these three classes comprise the results All games to which Tho Ordinary player finds it convenient in any degree profitable to devote prolonged attention and that modern compilers and revises recognize Soite such limit to legitimate demands their readers time is becoming almost daily More apparent. Nevertheless it is fro ineptly desirable to show in detail Tho divergent result collateral lines play. And for venous reasons not entirely sentimental. The Earnest student May wish to preserve methodical record variations which though seemingly sound and even Brilliant their inception failed to withstand Tho searching Light subsequent publicity. Further and More explicitly in games loading to b results there Are Points where Whites Choice available plays includes drawing and losing us Well us winning continuations Anil no scheme can rightly to termed scientific which does nor provide a separate place and designation for All three. Games yielding results obviously afford to Black n similar threefold Choice play demanding corresponding representation Mil after appending compartments for another stratum derived classes in order to meet not improbable contingencies tits resultant scheme May be displayed in the following self explanatory form White. White to play and win. Two Exvell dressed strangers enter a i i, is a High wind and Snow is Drifting Fahey a Bank at Marion. O., Friday and i badly. All trains Are stopped and Tho track while one engaged the cashier in con versa Between there and Durango is badly Block Tion the other reached through the railing j Ltd Seq. And grabbed a tray containing #1500. Due the grand jury at Galveston tex., a which the men was afterwards caught a Kenton i adjourned recently found tvo indictments hut was fatally wounded in the fight before Gamst j. La Duke new York president boing taken. Over $1100 was recovered i the american tobacco company and notes. While attempting to make a Landing at fort Monroe tuesday the United states from him. Anna m. Purdy Syracuse n. I keeper a private maternity Hospital was placed trial in that City monday for illegal practice Medicine. Munday night at new Boston tex., Charlie Vine shot and killed Deputy sheriff Dave Morgan threw his body into the River mounted morgans horse and escaped. Sex pres intent Grover Cleveland accompanied by mrs. Cleveland and baby Ruth. Left next York last week for Lakewood. N. It is not known How Long they intend to stay there. A run Xvan started r. A burgans Bauk at Mansfield Valley Penn. Monday afternoon because the cashier refused to pay a doubtful Check. All demands were paid. A fireman the Hudson River Railroad Xmas killed monday evening. He accidentally fell off the cab near Scarboro n. Y., and another train came along Aud struck him. He was about 30 years old. A Span a Bridge Tho great Northwestern rollaway sex tens at Kalispell. Mont., fell monday taking Nown with it to men. Five men were killed and the other to badly injured. The fall Xmas 150 feet. Information has Boon received in Omaha that Alderman troller recently arrested at his Cid Home in Germany the charge desertion from the German army has Neon sentenced to six months confinement in the military prison. Acting Secretary state Wharton monday a formed director general Davis Tho worlds fair Chicago that minister Egan has telegraphed that the chilian government confirms the arrangements made by the late government Tor chilian representation at the Chicago exposition. This action the chilian government is a Surprise to the rail officials and seems to indicate that i that government believes there is no Postai i ability Var. At Midnight monday the canals new i York the Champlain. Black River Oswego and Cayuga closed for the Winter. A receiver has been appointed for Tho Al a Hance Mutual fire insurance company i Reading Penn a he officers the Oom Nauy affirmed that it could not meet its i losses. the Union window Glass works at William marburg Baltimore a member the same company for violating the antitrust Law the state. Or. Marburg went there three weeks ago and is alleged to have tried to compel the wholesale tobacco dealers the City to accept propositions made by the tobacco company. Boston Holiday Liuio. The Oliver Ditson company publish for pianists Quot Gigue Ernst Redon edited and fingered by m. Leaf son. It will afford pleasure to All who appreciate thoughtful composition and it is cultivating 50 cents. Among several selections from Quot la Cigale Quot the is pretty 40 cents l he Quot polish b. Hammer is novel and charming 50 cents. Oliver Dit Sou company a new songs Are Quot go Lovely Rose Quot Maud x. White Quot a Nice Young i. A. A Xikes hum Orcas Quot love Golden dream a duet. Lindsay Lennox a sapphic ode Quot j. Brahms Quot morning Bright Quot a. Goring Thomas Quot Sarah Jane Matilda Quot j. De Lakeman humorous Quot Tho better part a Frank a Howson Quot Tho Star Bethlehem a Stephen Adams Quot what a difference Iii the morning a Felix Mcglennon. Humorous Quot look into mine eyes again a Edward Sharp Quot night time a Iii arc icy Van de water Quot in s Sal it Cion is nigh them thai fear in. Sterndale Benim Quot nightingales song a j. Zeller Quot bring me no f. Boott Quot but once the hour Carl White Smith company publish tvo inexpensive hut neat editions Andron comic opera Quot la Cigale Quot one containing All the vocal music Vith the English libretto. By in c. Barnard Aud All the instrumental music arranged for piano the other containing a selection vocal gems Vith piano accompaniment. They Are the Best and cheapest editions published. In piano Musio p. Kellaros Quot to glory storm Galop will he found 40cents. The White Smith company have for vocal music Quot tile Shepherd s . H. Bailey Quot ring Sweet Bills Quot j. In Higginbotham a collection 34 new Aud Beautiful Christmas carols the Folio for december. A very attractive number prof Glover a Moody the death Parnell Quot a Job lot a comic Charles Brighton Quot he in Irish a comic Loren Brogden. Game no. 2772-Kelea by f. Te8cheleit, London. Kno. 10.15 2. 7 6.10 31.27 16.23 21.17 24.20 27.24 14.18 3. 7 15.18 7.11 17.21 11.15 4. 8 22.15 10.15 32.28 20.11 7. 3 11.18 3. It 9.14 27.20 23.14 13. 9 3. 7 18.14 22,18 9.18 ft.13 21.25 15.19 11.16 24.19 15.10 30.21 23.115 3. 7 8.11 6. 9 10.15 8.15 18.20 17.13 26.22 7.10 1b.11-b 7.ll 7.10 18.25 15.18 16.10 12.16 26.23 29.22 10.17 la. 7 18.15 10.14 14.17-a 18.27 20.16 13.17 28.24 to. 7 26.23 7. 3 drawn. La .16 1.6 27.31 111.24 31.26 7. 3 17.14 28.19 a la game no. 49 in a c. Ii., . Hefter says this loses. Will . H. Please Point out the win by corrects Globe game no. 2382.�? f. T. Game no. 2773�?single Corner Quot by 11.15 8.11 15.18 10.19 a-13.18 22.18 28.24 30.25 24.15 28 24 15.22 4. 8 6. 9 7.10 8-14.17 25.18 29.25 17.13 26.22 21. 5 9.14 11.15 2. It 10.26 6. 9 18. 9 25.22 32.28 22.15 13. It 5.14 8.11 3. 8 11.18 1.28 24.19 22.17 19.15-1 31.15 drawn. Var. I 26.22-2 25.22 17.14 14.10 3. 7 11.16-d 10.19 in 9 10.20 23.27 22.15 24.15 18. A to. 7 31.24 14.18 7.10 1.17 19.23 20.27 23. 5 22.17 21.14 7. 3 7.11 16.32 10.19 12.16 8.12 drawn. Var. 2. 24.20 11.18 1710 29.25 9. 6 11.15 19.15-3 18.23 3. 7 5. 9 26.22 10.26 27.18 25.21 6. I 15.24 81.15 8.11 7.10 9.14 28.19 14.18 15. 8 21.17 10.15 7.11 21.17 6.29 13. 9 17.22 22.15 9.14 8. 3 1.5 drawn. Year 3. 31.26-4 20.16 12. 8-b 3. 7 19.26 10.15 12.19 10.15 19.24 14.18 19.10 23.10 26.22-c 7.10 22.15 6.15 15.19 11.10 2481 31.29 18. 6 10.12 8. 3 10.19 prawn. 1.10 8.11 16.20 18.23 Var. 4. 21.17 22.17 13. 6 15.19 6. 2 14.30 19.15-5 8. I 16.12 31.96 23. 7 17.14 7.16 10.24 2. 6 80.25 2. 7 12 26 12. 8 26.17 7. 2 6.10-e 31.32 24.27 6.10 25.32 16. 6 10.15 8, 3 14. 7 27.23 1.10 30.10 27.31 w. Wills. Var. 6. 2. 7-6 2. 9 9. 5 Al. 6 9. 6 9.14 18.27 t7.14 1.10 11.15 7. 2 31.24 13. 9 5. 9 c. 2 14.18 3.11 14.17-f 17.13 drawn. Var. 6. 30.26 33.18 18.15 7.10 10.17 1731 17.14 17.22 8.11 12.16 2. 7-7 26.23 20.rd 16. 7 19.12 21.17 14 17 23.26 9.j4 drawn. Year. 7. 19.15 2 7 15.11 8. 3 8.11 21.25 30.10 14.18 23.27 31.27 23.19 20. 4 la. 8 3. 8 4. 8 25.30 0.14 18.23 27.31 drawn Var. 8. Hie following play seems to win at this Point. 16.19 8.12 i. 5 19.24 14.17 24.20 15.11-9 la. 7 27.23 b. Wins. A Durgin. Var. 9 25.22 22.17 17.14 14. 5 18. 6 14.18 19.24 24.31 j. 9 1.19 b. Ivins. A Durgin. Notes by a ending rather critical la in note to game no. 142 Quot the Board this move 8,12 is said to win. C forced Black draws by 14.17. 21.14, la. 23. Etc. The play now to rows As in game no. 142 Tim pm decidedly the Best. E�?1.6, 31.27. 6.10, 16.6, 8 la drawn. Of a la. 15 a White wins As follows 19.10 9. 6 9. 10,15 16.11 14. 7 i to to 14 is.33 8. 8 24.19 5. 9 6.10 20.16 19 18 7.11-All. 8 14.18 23.27 w. Wins. G. 7 2 i. 0 6.15 2. 9 1519 10.15 15.10 9. 6 6.14 w. Wins Genic no. 2774�?single Corner. By j. My Kenzik Harker Cammid Groht though this scheme four strata May be found sufficiently for the practical work Ordinary students As Well most Breakers the new ground a it by no Means gauges the depth measures the diversity the ramifications under consideration. It is Clear however that the scheme can readily be extended downwards to whatever depth the most zealously exacting analyst compiler May desire Aud by using the same alphabetical designations plus the positional indicator q. As a taxi Decimal system notation a current nomenclature May be found As inexhaustible As tie possible strata methodical Bifurcations. That the classification results this principle implies an equally scientific classification games cannot fail to be readily perceived and fully appreciated. The proper class indicator May find an appropriate place at the head each variation As Well As being associated with Tho distinguishing numbers the several variations at the Points from which they Branch and can la both cases he easily superseded in tile event subsequent criticism fresh analysis demonstrating tile necessity for so doing. Problems Ana positions in general the play leading up to which is unknown withheld May according to the express conditions thereto attached be provisionally relegated to classes a b and a their respective places in the Complete scheme being definitely fixed the discovery disclosure tile prior play. M. W. A nut to crack. Iii addition to Tho solutions previously acknowledged to would add the following Stanton Stone 3james Eden Laj. S. Hopkins 12. Miss Rivan Torrey 92. I this Little miss is Only to years Aga total number solutions received 429. Mash. 11.15 25.21 3.12 16.12 27.31 32.18 8.11 32.27 i. 6 24.20 15.32 24.19 12.10 12. 8 16.19 35.18 4. 8 27.23 7.11 3 a 12.10 19.10 16.20 14.10 11.16 answers to correspond Anica h. Z. accept our thanks for games. A. A sent As requested. Mckenzie accept our thanks for criticism. L. S. us hear from you often. Obliged to you for game. James Haxe been sent you. The Dickinson Tyne foundry. 150 Congress St., Boston will furnish you with double checker form for single column Complete for #1.25. They con also be used singly As in the Elk. Flames news. Rumor bes it that j. To Denvir has bought Reeds interest in the a axe can checker review and in future will conduct the Magazine. Tim match for the Rhode Island Champion ship Between messes. Wales and Eddy in gradually nearing the end at. The last sit Ting Only two games were played occupying nearly three hours time. The Aret an Quot old fourteenth Quot was drawn the second a Quot second double Eddy won with Tim Black Side making the score Wales 3, Eddy 2 Avn 3 with four games to play. At the conclusion the state tournament at Pittsburg thanksgiving Day . Reed playe i six simultaneous Blindfold games winning three and drawing the others. Our exchanges Are Filiti paragraphs headed Quot Barker to Wye Iier and a Evv Lylle to Barker Quot and the prominent question is. Will they play. The Globe wants the news and will print it when there is any to print hut it will not waste space this silly and nonsensical Bosh and cheap talk beforehand. When xviii players make a match and play it Xvi Hout wasting from one to tvo years time in cheap talk that amounts to nothing to the regular monthly meeting the new York checker club. saturday evening the Mem Liers discussed plans for two tournaments to he held in tie club room at no. 276 East 10thst one xviii be a problem solving contest and it will take place at tile next monthly meeting night. A set new problems selected by . Schaefer i and messes Avery amt l inn will be placed a bulletin Board and the player who solves Hie greatest number the problems within a Given time will receive a prize. The other tournament will be played according to the English and scotch plan if tie members can agree upon a plan by which the strongest players shall give fair Odds to i the weaker . In answer to our query Quot where is the great Irwin a a we have received the following Quot Windy Irwin is again in Minneapolis and is having pretty hard Luck with the boys but course he always a Conics up smiling a Hie tournament for the championship Pennsylvania. Played at the Home hotel Pittsburg thanksgiving Cay was Well attended Plaxe ers being present from All parts the mate. Ten contestants entered the tournament Viz Joseph Maize . Ewait. 8. Johnson. W. H. Tyson. mul hoi Lanil. W. L. Bernhardt t. Reynolds Edward Smith Vav c. Brown and t. Boyle. They were paired and played with the Fob i lowing results j Kirst round. Bernhardt0 draxwn., i Reynolds. 2 drawn. Smith i drawn. Brown drawn. Boyle 0 drawn., second round. Tyson3 mulholland.drawn. Exalt. .2 Johnson. .0 drawn. Maize a Bye. Third round. Maize2 Ewalton drawn.,3 Tyson a Bye. Fourth round. Maize .2 Tyson. .0 drawn. 4 the last round was Well contested and excited considerable interest lasting till Long alter Midnight. Or. Maize won a Wanter and a Cross and by his Victory is now the Champion Pennsylvania. The match for the championship Australia Between messers via Rock and mar. Resulted in the following score mar to Warnock 3 drawn 5. An International tournament at posts draughts is to he held at pans commencing aug. 9. Hie new draughts club at Cape town. South Africa Lias 30 Active members. In a paper entitled Quot tent life in Palestine Quot contributed by j. E. Workhouse to Auckland chronicle Home paper tie says Quot deep in the ground under an Arch the Sisters Zion Convent Are the remains the original Victory pilates Palace court Over which Jesus Nazareth was led to the people and this pavement Are clearly visible Marks evidently made for the purpose playing some roman game at draughts. The scene the imagination May Call up is not without a touch tragic interest a the stolid roman soldiers sitting engrossed at the game while a Short distance from them is being enacted the greatest life drama in this worlds history. The great team match Between the players the East and West end Toronto which has occupied their attention for some time past came off last thursday,30 players a Side and resulted in the following score East end 91 West end 62 drown. 28. It. Daisetta and g. Fletcher played for the East and West respectively their score standing 3 to 2 and one draw in favor . Disunity. Maize. 3 \ ewait4 i Johnson. .2 tyson2 mulbolund.4 .1 .0 .4 .3 .0 i .3 the Boston Stock Markey. Latest quotations. Land stocks. 111 1. Asked. Line. 7-> Tapit Witni. Boothbay. Boston. Boston water Power. Hoyleton. Brook line. Campobello. Lust Huston. Frenchu Iione a nay. Maverick. Newport. San Diego. Sullivan Harbor. Topeka. Vest dial Winter Harbor. Xvi Throp. Wollaston. 3 p. M. Bid. Asked. 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Wisconsin Cen prof. 163 23 68 40 4 and 17 4 40 45 0v4 18 4 78 115 26 120 20t4 37 97 a i 163 a 24 70 04 74 1764 434 4sv, 202 203 175 167 a 25014. Is 16 31 33 1034 1034 514 to a 224 a 120 75 33 106 li9 20 4 378 4 163 23 4 68 6 414 734 86 a 17v, 40 a 754 91 37% 974 iss 344 41v, 744 86 is 18 ft1�?T Xii Railroad Bonds Atchison t a 8 be 4s. 824 82% Atchison income. 63% bos United 1st 5s. Bos United Las 2d 5s 72v, Chi. Bur a North . 1011 Chi Bur a nor 2d 6s 1011 101% Chi Bur a nor Deb us 1004 mexican Central 4s. 71 71l, 84 4 35vs 20 204 92 40 mexican Cen 1st inc mexican Cen 2d inc 3 Wisconsin Cen 1st 5s. Wisconsin Cen inc 5s Allouez. Atlantic. Bonanza. Boston a Montana Butte a Boston. Calumet a Hecla Centennial. Tinkin. Franklin. Huron. Kearsarge. Mesnard. Napa. National. Osceola. Pontiac. Santa be. Tamarack. Wolverine. Mining stocks. 1% 10v, .40 88 144 260 12 .20 14 4 is 44 27 la is 1 amp 28 824 64 s 864 73 is a Silt 85 20 9 104 it4 360 124 144 ii .85 4 24 .25 .30 154 #3 78 102 1014 in is 40 la .40 39 154 aaa is .30 jul 384 25 .35155 15624 4 Telephone stocks. American Bell 190 193 Urie. 42 42% 43 mexican80 i .75 new England. 494 50 49% tropical. Miscellaneous stocks. 158 4% 194 44 i .76 15 17 2% 98 178 16 934 i24 sit him .50 in 178 134 49 384 Butte a Mont com co Eastman car Heater. Edison phone doll. Harrison store ser Price. National Cordage. 924 Pullman Palace car. 177 Reece buttonhole 12% Thomason hous elec. 48 Thomson hous e pre 264 264 unlisted stocks. American Cotton . 28% 298 Bay state . Detroit electric. European welding. Fort Wayne electric. Fort Vayne it Are a. Illinois steel. Illinois steel 5# National Lead Trust. Sugar certified com. Sugar certify cd to pre. Thorn Blee series c Tom a elec series d Thoin a welding Westinghouse Al to r 12, 13% 184 sex dividend. Total sales today Bonds #74.533 shares 13,242 unlisted shares 3483. Cutting Down tile Corners. Smiths monthly Kingley say done to you want to invest a Little Cash in a scheme i am lust maturing Bingo i would like to go in with Yon first rate old Man hut the fact is i have just begun to save All my spare Cash for the Christmas present my wife is going to give me. For every woman to Bead. Quot now. You must not let this go any fur said Watts to Potts after retailing a Choice bit scandal. Quot certainly not a said Potts a How do it you happen to hear it Quot my wife told a she a Jim Tike in woman can to keep a secret Ursa

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