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hLATE news in brief.
Yesterday's bond offers aeCTegated 5111,200
M follows: Registered 4s $111,200 at I2& regis
tered Ks 810.000 at 10
The President yesterday signed the Com
mission Of Ejwln N.Hirtthnra nf Ohio, to hB
Deputy Second Controller of the Treasury, to
, take effect November 1.
Horace S. Shepherd, Treasurer of the firm
of Shepherd 4 Morse, lumber dealers, or Bos
ton, has tiled personal petition in insolvency.
His liabilities, which are mostly for money due
pu notes, amount to S14G.557. As his insolvency
is personal, it does not involve the firm of
which he is Treasurer.
A passenger train on the Baltimore and
Philadelphia rnad collided with an engine
coming in an opposite direction at about 1:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon near the (Sixth
avenue crossing in West Wilmington. Fire
man Edward Lyle, of Newark, Del, was
killed. No other person was injured.
The striking block miners at Brazil, Ind..
visited the Jumbo mine yesterday. Some of
the miners agreed not to return. The majority
of the "blacklegs" will not stop. They wero
greeted with unpleasant epithets, and in some
cases stones were thrown at them. No one
was hurt. An unsuccessful attempt was made
to get the men at work at No. 10 to quit.
Grand Rapids and Holland, Mich., busi
ness men are proposing to run a canal from the
former cltv to Holland and Late Michigan, at
& probable cost of 2,000,000. The Holladd route
is the shortes and easiest for Grand Rapids to
connect wilh Lake Michigan. A committee
composed of member of the Board of Trade
fcnd otber wealthycitizens or Grand Rapids and
Holland will fully investigate the route.
A boiler used in a qnarry at Wrie'ntsville,
Pa, exploded with terrific force about 1130
o'clock yesterday morning. Mrs. Lemuel
Barnes was killed instantly. Her head as
blown from her body. Her husband had his
skull fractured, and cannot live. A small build
ing was blown to atoms. Fragments of the
boiler were thrown two blocks. Nothing but a
hole iu the ground marks the spot on -vhich the
The Non-Partisan Women's Christian
Temperance Union, of Minne:ota, has derided i
toueciarc irs independence, xne ainerences
that let! to the formation of the Non-Partisan
Women's Christian Temperance Union in
Minneapolis were augmented by the action oi
the State Convention at Dulnth, which de
clared that non-partisans would not again be
recognized, and have at last come to a crisis iu
Archibald W. Brown, the attorney for
Frank Woodruff, alias Black, one of the Cronin
Suspects, made application yesterday afternoon
to Judge Baker for a writ of habeas corpus for
Woodruff. Woodruff based his right to a dis
charge from jail on the ground that two terms
of the Criminal Court had gone bv without his
being put on trial. Judge Baker fixed the
bearing for Monday morning, and ordered that
State's Attorney Longenecker be notified
Three more sealing schooners have arrived
In port at Victoria, H. C. They are the British
schooners Favorite and the American schooner
Bessie Ruter, belonging in. Astoria. The
Favorite brnucht 1,700 seals. The Rush was
sighted Dy hunters while out iu canoes, bnt the
vessel was not interfered with. The Theresa
was boarded, but as no green skins were found
she was merely ordered out of Bearing Sea,
She brought 625 skins.
The firm of Gibson. Parish & Co., of Chi
cago, w'.nch was forced to apply for a receiver
on the 31st of August on account of a inUtake
of their head bookkeeper in figuring up the
assets of the firm, notified the police to-day to
airest as an embezzler Harry E. Clifford, the
man who. it was at first thonght, had merely
mads a clerical error. It has been discovered.
it is now alleged, that Clifford took some of I
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tUUUlUIIU,I . UU bJk-HVK BIUVUUM lO UUIl BUVIIU,
as it will require some expert figuring to de
termine that point. It Is said it may reach
The steamer Alameda, from Sidney and
Auckland via Samoa and Honolulu, arrived at
San Francisco at noon yesterday. Admiral L.
A. Kimbcrly and staff, who have been at Apia
for six months, left there on the Alameda and
stopped at Honolulu. The Admiral was given
an ovation at Honolulu. The British man-of-war
Caroline and the Japanese man-of-war
stationed there fired a salute upon his arrival.
He will remain at Honolulu a short time and
then continue the journey to-San Francisco on
the United States steamer Nipsic, repairs on
that boat having been almost completed. She
is expected to sail about October L
A CORNER-STONE LAYING.
Monday Evening, Sept. 30.
Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Howe & Doyle.
' Mons. Delaner.
Leopold & Keating.
'Sheridan fc Flynn.
Miss Lillie Allyne.
Miss Georgie Lingard.
Mont. Emfle ChevrieL
A New Protectant EpLcopnl Church at
Greensburs Stnrtrd by Bishop Whitehead.
Bight Bev. Cortlandt Whitehead, Bishop
of the Pittsburg Diocese oi the Protestant
Episcopal Church, laid the corner-stene of
a new churcbat Greensburg, Pa., last
Friday, in the presence ol a large audience.
The church will cost $7,000, and will be in
the Gothic style of architecture. The cere
mony commenced at 3 P. M. by the pro
cession of the Bishop and clergy from the
Second Be'orm Church to the new site. The
clergy were as follows: Rector G. Van
Walters, Bev. Charles Bragdon, Bev. Dr.
Irvin, Bev. Tavlor, of New Haven, and
Bev. P. S. Mesny, of Trinity Hall, Wash
ington, Pa. The congregation numbers 500,
and the church will be hastened to com
pletion. Addresses were made by the
Bishop and Dr. Irvin, and a history of the
parish was read by the Senior Warden. It
covered a period Irom 1851 to the present
time, Bishop Orlando Potter, ot the New
York diocese, having at one time been
rector of the church.
Oct 7 Gus Hill's World of Novelties. se29-23
COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. 30,
EVEET AFTEEUOON AKT EVENING.
The Ideal Organization,
WILBUR OPERA CO.
WITH THE UNIVERSAL FA VO BITE,
MISS SUSIE KIRWIN,
In the Following Brilliant Be'pertoire:
Monday PRINCESS OF TREBIZONDE.
Tuesday CHIMES OF NORMANDY.
Wednesday GRAND DUCHESS.
Friday MERRY WAR.
Saturday TWO VAGABONDS.
Next week Wilbur Opera Company in New
Operas. ' Beno
E. D. WILT, Lessee and Manager.
Commencing Monday, Sept. 30.
ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY.
Pirst Joint Appearance of -
And an Excellent Company, in the following
Monday. The Merchant of Venice.
BOOTH, Shylock. MODJESKA, Portia.
TmobiIqv fiwH Thttrflilav TTnmlfit.
BOOTH. Hamlet. MODJESKA, Ophelia.
Wednesdavand Friday, Bichelien.
BOOTH. Richelieu. MODJESKA. Julie.
Saturday Matinee, Much Ado About Nothing.
BOOTH, Benedick. MODJESKA, Beatrice.
Saturday Night, Double Bill. Tragedy. and
Comedy, The Fool's Revenge and
MODJESKA, Donna Diana.
Parquette and 3 Rows Parquette Circle, $2 60;
balance, $2; Dress Circle, 6 Front Rows, SI 00;
balance SI; Gallery admission, 50c
Lower Buses, $18; Single Seats, S3. Upper
Boxes, 8: Single Seats, S2.
Oct. 7 Helen Barry, "In Love and Liberty."
Under tbe direetio ? of
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ONE WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY. SEPT, 30.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.'
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EXTRA MATINEE GRAND ARMY DAY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1.
MONROE 'M RICE
IN THEIR WHIRLWIND OF FUN.
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For Weak Stomacli Impaired Digestfcn Disordered Liver.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CEBITS PER BOX.
B. F. ALLE2T & CO., Sole Agents
FOR TOTITEO STATES, 3C5 & 307 CANAIi ST., NEW YORK,
Who (if your druggist does not keep them) will mail Beecham's
Pills on receipt of price but inquire first. (Please mention this paper.)
GRAND PIANO RECITAL.
James Geary Manager
Harry Scott.. ............. ...Business Manager
Week September 30 to October 6,
World's Greatest Pianist,
The Cowboy Phenomenon,
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Hiss Mettle Babel,
Champion Lady Cornetist.
Commodore Foote and Sister,
Tiny morsels of humanity.
Numerous new ana novel features, with
HARDING AND AH SID'S
Great European Novelty and Specialty
Comedy Compauy in Theater.
Coming Oct. 7 Rose, the Wild GirL
THUMA'S DANCING ACADEMY. NO. 64
Fonrth ave. Members of the National
Association of the Teachers of Dancing of the
United States. Canada and France. Opening
Tuesday evening, at 7:30. October L Class
every evening, of which three are for begin
ners each week. Ten lesson tickets $3. Chil
tlren's opening Saturday afternoon, Octobers.
For particulars call at academy. se23-U
The most successful in America ih;pbirit of attendaaciP,
NQTE THE ATTRACTIONS THIS'WEEK:
MHATTi A Y SPeciaI program of popular-airs jbytftH
VISUAL Great Western. Band . '-T-i-tH
1 U Jih UV A I Welsh' Singing- Societies- in thejfevea!
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PROF. BROOKS' DANCING ACADEMY,
Sixth and Liberty streets. Ladies' and gen
tlemen's class will commence Thursday, Octo
ber 3, at 8 o'clock p. M. Misses' and masters'
class Saturdar, October 5, at 3 o'clock. Ladies'
clas? (exclusively) Thursday, October 10, at 3
o'clock. Mus-ic and f nil explanation for danc
ing the new military schottische quadrille,
adopted by the American Society of Professors
uf Dancing, and the Washington Minuet and
Gavotte for sale, 50 cents a copy. For particu
lars see circulars at music stores. se22-71
Corner Seventh avenue and New Grant street.
Yon are respectfully invited to the'
IMPERIAL CLUB'S GRAND FAMOUS
Reception and JDance,
HELD EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT,
FROM 8 TO 1.
You will ceitainly enjoy yourself.
Admission 60 cents. se29-19
TITISS EDNA BRIDGE,
Cyclorama Dancing Academy, Beech st. and
Irwin ave., Allesheny. will open for the season
of '89 and '90 on Friday, October 4, for ladles
and gentlemen. Class evenin s. Mondays and
Fridays from 8 to 10 P. M. Misses' and masters'
class, commencing October 5; cla&s days Wed
nesdays and SaturdavS, from 3 to 6 P.M. La
dies' class will commence Friday, October 4, at
4 o'clock P.M. For other information address
as above. se21-61-su
THUMA'S DANCING ACADEMY
Fonrth ave., the only members in Penn
sylvania of the National Association of the
Teachers' of trancing of the United States,
Canada and France, opening Tuesday evening
at 7SS0. October 1, and classes every evening
thereafter. Beginners' clashes, Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday evenings; advanced
clashes, Monday and .Friday evenings: juvenile
classes, advanced and beginners, Saturday aft
ernoon. Children's classes opening Saturday
alternonn, Oct. 6. Ten-lesson quarter tickets
good to be nsed in 10 weeks. $3 OU, payable in
advance. Circulars at music stores, and for
particulars call at academy at any time.
NOTE THE PARAGON OAST:
Monroe and Bice, Bernard Dyll w, John J". Maffael,
James Cavanaugh, Gus Williams, Victor Good,
W. A. Mack, i Ituby , Walsh,
. THE WESTMINSTER 3ADRIG-AL BOYS,
Mtss Catharine IAnyard, MissrNMie Bosebud (Little Bosebud), J
Miss Catharine Gerald, Zena Saffl, Carlotta Saffl,
THE NEAPOLITAN TRIO,
AND MERRY LENA MERVILLE, "YOU SHOULD HEAR HER WHISTLING"
BIJOU PRICES: J-gcTSSago,
ican composers including "the melodies of Stephen C
Poster. ' " . l
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nPlTTTT) QT A "V German Day. German music and'
111 U 1101 A 1 . songs of the "Fatherland," by, the
xs.oDerc rium ana Cecilia Mannercnorat S p. at
Floral Days. Magnificent diapla;
of Special -.Designs for " Wed
A TTT R J) A "V Pecoions and Bridal SetsJ
OCT. 7 "THE STDLL ALARM."
On account of the agreeable surprise riven to oar
r n rices:
Ids hammers, pistol srip, at S10 50; side action, twist
TTeeable SnroriSB ?lven TO our fllRtflmmt fnr thA naat rwootr a pfTI
continue for one week longer to sell double-barrel, breesh-loadinesnotsrunsattbe following
.new xia&er, i.op action, etc., jh; lop action, 8 1 eel Barrels, rebound-
unequaled low prices
top action,twist barrels, reboundln; hammers.patent 1
bounding bar locks, laminated steel barrels, at $15: 1. :
Parker, Never Miss, at $22 60: L. C. Smitb,' bammerlei
teed to give satisfaction or money refunded.
irrels. all improvements, at 811:
ire end,etc,at J125U; top action, re
Lli. breecb-loader at J20j Thomas
5, at $50. Each guifaold Is guaran-
SI. SCIO?, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Smithfleld.
Send name and address for Illustrated Catalogue and FrlceList, free of charge. se29-TTSSU
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