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THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1882.
OUR GROWING COUNTRY.
Its Industrial. Commercial, Railroad,
and Agricultural Development. .
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Latest Reports from. Leading
Telegraphic advices to Jlradslcct's last -week
reveal a continued healthful condition of gen
eral trade. The weather in the cotton region
has lwcn favorable, except in Texas and Arkan
sas, where injurious rains have prevailed. The
market for wheat has been firmer and advanced
socio, as a result of the belief that prices are low
ruough to make it a safe investment for money.
( urn is higher, because the supply of old grain
is being rapidly exhausted, and the markets,
both in New York and Chieaso, are cornered.
Flocks of provisions and lard have been reduced
to a lower point than at any time for several
years, and arc controllcc1 by two or three prom
inent speculators. Oats are higher on account
of the diminishing visible supply and the in
creasing consumptive demand. The market for
manufactured iron in general is weaker than
when last reported. The regular quotations
account for a large proportion of the new busi
jirs done, except at :i few western cities. Dull
ness affects many mills and furnaces. Even pig
iron threatens to drop back a point. Petroleum
certificates have reacted 2 cents during the
week, and exporters refuse to buy refined oil,
even at further concessions. The movement of
anthracite is fairly active, but October rates arc
not generally obtained. Ocean freight rates are
firm, but cotton is about the only freight offer
ing itself for shipment in any quantity.
The Montana Herald gives publicity to a yarn
told by James Carroll, of Helena, of a remark
able discovery in a gorge in the Yellowstone
Park. He suddenly discovered, while Availing
for the approach of some companions, that the
atmosphere around him was a non-conductor of
sound. He attempted to hail his companions,
but not a sound could he utter, and he dis
charged his gun at a panther, but there was no
report, though the animal was wounded, and
left bloody traces behind him. nis companions
met him and were equally frightened as him
self. After riding a quarter of a mile they got
out of the charmed air before they knew it, and
one of the crowd nearly burst the tympanum of
Carroll's ear by shouting at him at the top of
The Government has received dispatches
from our Minister at Berne, Switzerland, re
porting the almost total failure of the potato
crop in Switzerland. Potatoes forming one of
the principal articles of diet of the Swiss, Mr.
Cramer assumes that a large import must neces
sarily take place, and he assumes that Ameri
can exporters of breadstuffs should make ar
rangements to supply the deficit caused by the
"United States stamped envelopes will be sold
to the public after January 1, 1SS3, at a reduc
tion of ten per cent, on the present price. The
Post Office Department has also arranged to
print special return request notices upon envel
opes without additional charge when ordered in
quantities of live hundred or more.
The failures for last week reported to Xew
York number 117, of which 110 were in the
country, and 7 in Xew York.
Officers of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany claim that the main line of their railroad
can do as much business with two tracks as the
Xew York Central docs with four. They state
that it is done by a sj'stern of long sidings.
These sidings are five miles apart, and slow
freights take to them to make way for fiister
trains. When accommodation trains arc run
ning at intervals of a few minutes a fourth
track is a necessity, and the road is well pre
pared for such exigencies.
The stockholders of the Boston and Xew York
Air Line Eailroad have ratified the lease of the
road to the New York, Xew Haven and Hart
ford Eailroad Company for ninety-nine years,
at four per cent, to the holdr-rs of preferred
stock. Edward L. Gates and Herbert B. Gates,
of New Jersey, and Charlotte C. Dcakin, of Col
chester, Conn., have brought suit, asking for an
accounting, and for the appointment of a re
ceiver for the Air Line Itoad.
A meeting of general passenger agents of
Southwestern roads was held in Chicago re
cently, and a schedule was agreed upon, which
is an advance on the rates heretofore prevailing:
Between Chicago and Kansas City, Leaven
worth, and St. Joseph, $11.80; between Chicago
and St. Louis, $!5.70; between St. Louis and
Kansas City, $3.50. The Missouri Pacific will
fix the rate between St. Louis, and Atchison,
TojK-ka, and St. Joseph.
The report of Ii. A. Elmer, Second Assistant
Postmaster-General, for the year ended June 30,
38.2, shows that the cost of railroad mail trans
portation was $10,373,515, against $9,71)3,155 for
the previous year. The increase in mileage
was,991 miles, or S.J) per cent. This is the
greatest increase in length of railroad routes
ever made in any one year, and is greater than
the entire railroad mileage in 1831.
The Bock Island road announces the comple
tion of a traffic arrangement with the St. Paul
and Omaha line, by which it will bill freight
through from Chicago to Sioux City This
soems to indicato that the Bock Island road has
secured a controlling influence in the St. Paul
and Omaha, over whose track the Northwestern
road gains admission to St. Paul.
Win. M. Wallace brought suit against the
Providence and Stonington Steamship Com
pany at Boston to recover damages for personal
injuries inflicted ill the collision between the
steamers Xarragansctt and Stonington June,
IfiSO. The company made defense under the
limited liability act, to which Wallace demurred.
The United States Circuit Court h:is overruled
The application on behalf of the Baltimore
and Ohio Bailroad Company to lay tracks
through Wilmington, Del., for its Philadelphia
line was made in the name of the Delaware
Western Bailroad Company to City Council has
Eeccnt efforts to place rail contracts abroad
have failed, and resulted in the placing of nearly
a quarter million tons in American mills dur
ing the past few days. The price has declined
to about $43, which is below the price at which
iron rails cm be made. The American iron
rails mills will soon be out of work, and will be
under the necessity of adapting themselves to
the now improved conditions which have grown
up ab'Mit i: within a few years.
The lollnving are some of the cities now using
electric light : Topeka, Kan., with seven towers,
each 150 feet in height; Fondulac, Wis., five
towers, 150 foot; Evansville, Ind., six towers,
250 feet; Aurora, 111., seven towers, 150 feet;
Bock Island, 111., nine towers, 125 feet; Cleve
land, Ohio, four towers, one 250 feet high, and
three 200 feet high. Xew York has threo of
the principal parks lighted with towers.
A large manufactory for making compressed
paper wheels with steel tires, for railroad pur
poses, will shortly be started in Philadelphia.
Prominent railroad men comprise the company,
The October cotton returns to the Department
of Agriculture indicate unusual size and vigor
of the plant, and capacity for large production.
The late development of the fruitage, and indi
cations of a small top crop, limit the otherwise
extraordinary product. The general average is
eighty-eight per cent, higher than any October
for ten years, excepting 1S75 and 1S73. The
October returns of the yield per acre of wheat,
estimated from the results of the thrashing, fore
shadows a product slightly exceeding 500.000,
000 bushels, possibly Teaching 520,000,000 bush
els. The average yield per acre appears to be
nearly fourteen bushels on an acreage slightly
less than 37,000,000 acres. There is a reduc
tion in tho spring wheat region, and a largo
yield in the great winter wheat belt of tho
The exhibition at the North Carolina Slate
fair, which clo-od at Baleigh on Saturday, was
the finest over made in the State. The attend
ance on the chief day was over 13,000. The fair
was remarkable for exhibits made by the col
ored people, one of whom, George Snipes, took
the second premium on cotton, and the most
valuable premium, three tons of guano. An
other colored exhibitor won a gold medal and
"Golden Medical Discovery" (Trade
mark registered) is not only a sovereign rem
edy for consumption, but also for consumptive
night-sweats, bronchitis, coughs, spitting of
blood, weak lungs, shortness of breath, and
kindred affections of the throat and chest. By
THE STOCK MARKET.
Review of the Week fn Wall Street and Closing
Special to The National Tribune.
Xew Yokk, Oct. 25. The main feature of
to-day's market was dullness, tho only excep
tion being a marked decline in Denver, which
is attributed to short sales and to the liquida
tion of a Bull pool. Tho public seem hopelessly
apathetic about the market, and very strong
forces are at work to produce a depressed state
of a Hairs until after the election.
The earnings of the railroads and the general
business of the country seem for tho moment to
be lost sight of altogether, and even tho "short
interest" would seem to have been largely
closed. Indeed, there is every indication of a
very quiet state of affairs for the next fortnight.
Money at 5(a,6 per ccut.
Reported for Tin: National Titmuxn by II. II.
Dodge, No. 539 Fifteenth Street, WasbiiiKton, D.C.
For the "Week. CIoMnj.
lllgh't Lowest Bid. Asked.
Can. Sow ;s7 tt (VT fit)
Ceil, Pac .. 91.'2 M Mli WJi
Ches. .V Ohio i'i IT.
1st pref- H7l4 nl
" 2d prcf.. t!7 .'.
Chic. & Alt..." ."""." "."".'." ".'.'.'"." ill H2
C. 15. A. Q... .. 13-JJa' 131 Villi 332
c!c cfcl..!"!ZT "Si" ml' 'Wi' ".'.".'.'.'.'.
C.C.fcl.C. 9 illi
Col. Coal . 41 i 40s 3!l -10
Del. it Hud I13i 111 m?f 114
P.L.UV 33s 135 137?i VSIX
Den. Air. G . &!' 61! 51 51 ,
East Tcnii. !) li.'., Wi !
lircf. 1G IfiV
Erie 4J 4VY3 4?i 41?;
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-XI. O- tjl uti inwwtt.M (
" jiref fcO SO
Hoiist. it Texas- S2 M
III. Cent. 143 14V,i 14S 143'.
I. IJ.&W 4ZH 40,'; 41 4l-l
JikcE.,tW Xi : ?A :W,
hake shore 114 "1I07 112 112
Lou. & Xah . .. 51li 55'a 65; CO,1;
Mich. Cent 103?; 100,'i 102,'4 1trii
Minn. tfcSt.L 31 31 14
" pref. . 713f 725X
M. K. t t. '.'."Z"'.....'. "so1;" ');" sb1- sn;
Mo. l'nc icr.Ji mui iw'i kv
Mob. A Ohio 22 22 20 21
X. V. Ely W,
Nash. A; Chat C21; 51 ,MJ T.1JX
X.J. Cent 74- 72!.f 72?; 72?;
X. V. Cent 133?; 1321,' 132,'4f 133
Xorf. fc West .
" Jiref 57J; 56i 573; 58
North Pac 4Ca; 4J1.,' 45SJ 4G
Iref M'. ft"; 92?; 'M
Northwest 140 144 l4o& i4jj;
pref lKi;4 lfi3 lfi3"4 1G3J4
Ohio Cent. Ki?; J5V iH., m;
Ohio t Miss an1; 37?; 37;; 37K
Out. t West 25,' 27
l'ac. Mail 401,' 39 3.1 3'J
1'eo. D. tt E .. .. 2!)'; 27? 2S?; 20
Heading Clj; (il1-; 01 j; Gl?i
Uock Ibi V.U) Villi 132); 133
St. 1i.fi. ti. F. 35 30
" 1st pref :lli US
St. T. & Omaha 40?; .7; .jt"f 19
pief. loo,, liy.',' 107'; 307?;
Texas Pac 42-; 37; 4l'-e 42
Union l'ac 10-'a loo'.i io7j; 307?;
Wan. J'ac .w si; 31 31?;
jiref. 027; rva r.s os'
West. Union fr8'4 fc; S7?; b7.
1 - - - ,. ,,..
OUR COMMERCIAL REPORT.
State or the 3Iiirkets nt Leading Trade Centres East
11 nd WeM.
Ni:w Yoiti;, Oct. 23. Cotton Meady at I07i(o-ll l-lflc.
Southern Hour weak and less aitive; kooiI to choice
Extra jo 45f.7. Wheat ojiened lin c. lower, most of the
decline recovered and closed very firm at about the hijrli
eM ; moderate exjiort and less doing in hj.eciilation ; Xo.
2reil Certificates at! uHn-l Wii, Xov(inherl Olt'jfij, tr.i'i,
December ?1 lltol ll'i.and January ?1 12W 1 Vll. Kve
quiet and linn at 7(t77c. for WcMcrn and Stale. Corn
oj.ened Kaie. lower, recovered ,'jfii-lc, anil closed very
steady; Xo. 2 mixed 111 Elevator Mf.S7c.. November 79&'o
Mi'jc, closing Mtc, year 72s4f"i74e., closing 7:i3,c., January
Mtf'iiilc Oats V"''iC- lower and less active, closing
stronger? 3s(a 42c. for mixed Wctein, 42(4se. for white
do. Oollue dull and uiichaiiKcd. Uclincd hugars quiet
and steady. Petroleum tlull und unchanged. Tallow
quiet and steady at .Hr'n sti-. for jiriiue city. 1'ork mod
erately active und held somewhat stronger: Mess J2-"! 30
for S.t, 22 Mfoa 50 October. ?22f.i 22 2o November, hard
active ami 7af,10c. higher, losing with advance part I v
lo-,t; jirime steam at 12(',u'.; Yi;!, for spot, 12.r.0(il2 00
October, $11 Wll ;;t Xoember, ?11 l.";rrtill 30 year,
11 422fa.ll 47,'a January. Freight to Liverpool are dull
and weak : Cotton jer steamer .'('iO-lOil., and Wheat 4d.
Chicago, Oct. 23. Wheat steady. Regular at 91!;
94s, . October. H5V V November, UV .Ou'c. year,
jl 011"; May. Xo. 2 Spring tM'.fi r. casii, ojition same
:l legular. Xo. 2 red inter 9t.c. ca"li. Oirn active but
unsettled 0s5,c. ca'li. C7,-'r"i'"C. November, Ol'jtolc.
year, as'.c. January, 314c. May. Oalssleadv at :M?( 33c.
-asli. Si,!: Novmber, win 33e. year. 33),,((il4e. May.
Ityi: lowei at .:i'ac. l'olk unsettled at 22 3Jf.i 22 73 ea-.li,
?1! :alJtifl'.i S3 Nov ember, iI8 -J' .fn 1H sr, year, and jl.S 77JJ
(a lfifo January. Lard ijuiei and steady at 7II ii',((i 11 7u
csvsli ?J1 42,.tall r. November, 511 l.Vll 11!2 year,
and -:11 12'jf.i 11 13 January. Dull; Meats in falrdemand ;
Shoulders $10 30, short rib t! ! 30, .short clear 15 23.
A Iiiky steady at cl 19. At Hie clo-dng call Wheat was
tinner, but not quotably higher. Corn active and ?'('c.
higher. Oats irregular and generally firmer. Fork 15(ij
23c. lower Lard .in 10c. lower.
CiurAOO, Oct. 23. Hogs Iteceipts 10,000, and fillip-
nents 3,:;uj; jirices2')c. lower but steady at the decline;
0111111011 to good mixed 0iC.K); heavy jtacking and shlp
ing in 75(a7 30: light ?W-7 0.3. Cattle Ilecelt.ts O.ooo.
Miipiiieiiin .i,wr ; lauiy ;icLi e anil iiriu ; goon to cnoiee
sliijij.ing J5 13C'0; mixed butchers' ;' H.Vn4 10; stockers
i:'M.i 75; teeilei-s i .V.M 1 ;V ; '1 exansat J3 7(J'i-l GO; Americans-!
-2tfa't 25. Slieeji iticeij.ts 4,00U, shlptnent.S 1,200;
prices l.r.w-25c. lower; medium to good J3 05($4, ciioice
to extras 10;f4 30.
St. Uilis, Oct. 24. Cattle Ueceij.ts 1,100. and shlj.
ments30. Deniand good but supjdy so scarce that little
could be done ; good T xas .Steers of 900 lbs. and uj.wards
sfild promptly at 5-l(. 4 30; lighter ones 3 253 75; mixed
butchers' c-t 23 ; feeders J." Com 4 i".
13K1VATE STOCK TELEGKAl'II WIDIls" I'.ICTWEEN
WASHlNtJTON AND NEW YOllK.
II. II. DODfiE,
Danker and Lroker.
Donds, Stocks, and Investment Securities Bought and
Sold on Commission.
No. 539 15th STKEKT, 'ConcoitAN UUILDING.)
Washington. I). C.
Agency for 1'riinv and Wlntely, Stock Ilrokcra,
f.t Dioadwav. New York.
Every class of Securities bought and sold on commis
sion in San Francisco, Itaitimore, I'hiladel.hia, New
York. Boston, and Wa-diington. Orders executed on the
New York Slock Exchanuc at one-eighth of one jier cent,
commission Private and direct telegraph wires to IJal
tinuue, Philadelphia, New York, and Jioston, through
which orden are executed on the Stock Exchanges in
tlioM cities and reported back jromj)tly. Quotations
of Stocks and Hoods and insinuation regarding the
Maikets received through our wires INSTANTLY direct
from the New York Stock Exchange.
'Sags and banners
I would call your attention to my nddres-j in relation to
National Flags and Danners, either of the finest or
cheajiest Silk. Hunting, or other material. I oiler G. A.
It. Posts and other Societies Flags and Danners at much
less figures than any other houscintheStates. Also Flags
for Hire on jiublic occasions. Tents to Hire. Tarjiau
Jins to Hire. Guns. Overcoats, and Uniforms. Also gen
eral decorator of Convention and Banquet Halls, Halls,
Public und Private DuIIdings, Exhibitions. Exjtosltions.
Churches and Fairs, Simdnynnd Public Schools, Funeral
Cars and Catafalques. Also contractor and builder of
Triumjihal Arches. Pavement Canojiies to Hire. Spe
cial care given to Sunday School Hauliers and Steamboat
Flags. Covering Spreads to jirotcct Carpets.
F. T. FOSTER,
1G2 Vine Street,
59-2Gt CmCINMATI, OHIO.
Pfe. THE GREAT g2fttW
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Lumbago, Backache. Headache, Tooihacho,
Sore Tliront. .Snollinp". Sprain, limine,
Itui'iiH. .Scald-. I'rxt iliten.
ANO AM. (ITIIKK IIOIHI.Y VMM AMI ACHES.
Bold by Druggist! and Dealers everywhere. Tifty Cents a bottlo.
Dlrectlnmln 11 LanRtiagei.
THE CII AKLF.S A. VOGIILEU CO.
(Eareior to A.V0OElr.iCO.) llallimore, BJ., C.S. A.
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
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Day or Night Celebrations,
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DISPLAYS.
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!). Atlanta, l.ythe Jfmi. Jaceh J). Cor, Ex-Governor
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Major-Gen'l U. S. V., commanding Twenty-third Corps,
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the usual uutnbur of parts in a watch, which are s-o
arranged as to he easily -U-aned or repaired.
Ai'WIt ATU, becaiiM' it will run twenty-four hours,
and keep time equal to the better grades of watches.
CI! ICA 1', because it will wear for yeara, and is ollered
ata price within the reach of everybody.
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WASHINGTON, D. C.,
Attorucy-at-Lfivr and Solicitor of
ABIERIGAN & FOREIGN
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ESTABUSHED EST 18G5.
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT?
?endaroush sketch or (if you can) a model of your
vention P fJrom.n E. Li mov. V.'ashinsrtoii. I), c
d a I'RIiLIMi.'SAriY KXAr.IJATIO will io"
.Kin ik . iiivfii 'ii.irttiL ...&.'.i a.-i.v & , Hlli UO
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ju.iuLui iiii i uiitu .-i-m- i .iivni-,,11 im- r-.imu i;ias oj
inventions, ana you will be advised whether or not a
patent can be obtained.
WILL BE MADE FOP. 1TII3
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send ."?C0 t pay fovenimeiit application fee of Sl.", and
SO for the drawings required by the (Jovernmcnt. Tim
amount is payable when the application is made. T!'H
Ls all of the expense. utits a Patent is alluved. "When
allowed, the attorney's lie Ob'-io) and the final Govern
ment fee (!sCO) is payable.
Hy fiese terms yoii know beforehand for notliimr
whether you are ,'oinjt to pet a Patent or not, and no at
torney's lee is rharped unless you o f:n a Patent.
An attorney who-e lee depends on hi success in obtain
ing the Patent will n"t :ulvi- oti that vo-ir invention i3
patentable nnle-s it renlly U pateiitaMe."'W) far as his !est
judgment am aid in n terimnin the fpietion; hence
you can rely on theadviccijivcnatteraprthaiiiiarv exam
ination is had.
liK.s'GV i'ATKrvTS and tho ItHfJISTIIATION
CI' liAiilA and TKAI3E-MAKKS secured.
CAVEATS prcpnridand fih'd.
Application lor tte IlII-SsSUE OF PATETS
carciully and skilltully prepared and promptly prose
cuted. Arpliatinn3 in rci-ivor of IIE.TECTED, AEA.
DOSED K FOill EITEi CASES made. Vmr
ottcn valuable inventions are saved in these classes o'f
Jf you have undertaken to recure yonr own patent and
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Send me a written request addressed to tfie Commi--ioner
of Patents that he recognize Ueokgc E. Lejio.v, of Wash
ington, I). C, as your attorney in the case. Kivinjj the
titlrof the invention and ab-.at the date of filing vour
application. An examination will be madeof.thec-i-e,
and you will be informed w hether or not a patent can be
obtained. Thi3 examination and report will cott you
Jitterforcncc Contests ari-ins within the Tatrnt
Ollice letwe"n two or more rival claimants to the same
subject-matter of invention, attended to.
Appeal Kcmedies pursued in relief from adverse
S.":irche made for title to inventions.
Copies of Patents furnished at the regular Govem
raent rates. (',-, cents each .) ii'Mwjuent tolS6C; previoua
patents, not printed, at cot of making copies.
topics oi Ollicial Itccord furnMicd.
Opinion-, rendered as to scope, validity, and infringe
ment of Patents.
In fact, any information relating to Patents and to
property rishts in inventions promptly furnished on the
most reasonable terms.
lit member, this ofiice has been in successful operation
Bincc lift!, and you therefore reap the benefits of experi
ence. Address, with stamp for reply,
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tf3 reference piven to actual clients in almost every
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remarried, are entitled to a pensiou of e-ipht dollars a
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Increase of Pensions.
Pension laws are more liberal now than formerly, and
many are now entitled to a hiiher rate thau they receive.
Front and after January, InM. I hall make no charges
for my trrriiet in claims for inerca-e of pension, whtro
no new disability is alleged, unless successful in procur
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injury was incurred while iti the service of the United
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certain heirs, are entitled to one hundred and sixtv acres
of land, if not already received. Soldiers of the late war
Land warrants purchased forcashatthe highest mar
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General Land Oithv aiidoili.T ilureaus of the Interior
Department, and all the Departments of the Government.
"We invite correspondence from all interested ..c-,,,.1.,..
them of the utmost promptitude, enerjty, and thoroiif i
mem oi ine uunosi prouipiiitiue, energy,
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nca !nolTvnitffr-4iiitrilfi(ltikii!lr'lintiIij s
GEORGE E. LEMON.
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J:X.S UO ZM'-is, Jr., jsrookiyn, IV. V., for
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