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Jailroad time tables.
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All others flair except Sunday
ST LOUIS ft fcAN FUANC1SCO
Mall tranT"ftrom St Inlt arrives at 6 oop m ;
leaves for the north at DCp.ru.; Mall train
leaves forthe east at 9 -V a xn.
f lot-is ft ?cott wicnrrA.
Kxp .sandman Iran
1Y relftlit leaves
S-ocl. aud througrrTrelpht leases
Express aud mail arrives.
ts ay ririffli t arrives
Aconunodutlon and Irriplit arrival
!. a m.
11 00 a m.
9 50 p. ro
K 40 p. m
II 00a m
Attornev.at-law. Office on loa;ilas asenue-,
over I.ynch's dry sroods store liEI-t.m
W. M JOIIXsO.V. M I) ,
Homafpatliifct Temidc block, third stsir.
way north or postolUce; Wichita. Kansas
Offlce hours fruni 7 to9a.ro , Ito3andto0
p. m Chronic diseases a .eclally 12S-tf
I)U s W KIllIMO.vn,
Magnetic phwirUn Cure dUvases of very
name and nature li nisgHPilc treaUuent, with
entinsiclne lUseurisara tpeedy and erma.
Best, and cba jestonahle. Dlasniisls anil
ertiwiltatUTn-e' Palltnts Trom a distance
rd wllh hlra at rea-onalile rates Offlc
o .nth Water!.. Wichita, Kan dl2J.
IlIt.T L. ANDREW'S.
Treats all affectlnns of the ear, nose, throat
and Ian s by the m"St approved molern meth
ods Asthma, hay fever nd rose cold spee-lily
rellered : treatment mild and unimtallsK.
Office In Ferrell'ltuildJng, opjio.lto iKstofflce,
oSre hours from i to l:s jl m , and rrom IS' to
Hit W 1.. IIOVI.K,
l)E5iisT. Onir over Harney A oufs drue
tore. Centennial block
I.. F. SIIKUWOOD.
OGiceln Ferrell IltilMlnjropjKitlte
Main street, Wichita, hani.as.
ieeth extracted without lain b tilllos oxide
: v. c JONii
Attorncy.at-law OHlce in Kaglc block, oer
llovey i Jo.pslrj-goods store .:-2u-tr
. Dn. W S McIIL'KN'IK,
Formerly phrsldsn and surgeon to the Ionls
Tllle City and Marine hospital, and lato health
offlcer of 8pringuc!d, Illinois, has located at
No 10 Main etreet. opposite the tHstoffice
Special attention paid to gneculogy and eloc-tro-vaior,
electro-sjKinge and galvanic baths.
Offlre hours 8 to 10 a. m unlitotr v., and at
TEKllV A DL'MONT.
Architects and Superintendents Office In
Hoys' block. Wichita, Kansas 'J-'.f
IIimipt Kagle liiilldllig, Douglas atenue,
i VI- APAMS 4.KO U ADAMS
DAMS A ADMS,
Attornevy at Iav, Wlllpiartire in state and
federal courts 4ilbre in ligle Clock, W ii hlta,
Ks sas disu-
HAKIlls A HAItltlS A 1 IIIKIIAUGH,
Attorneys at Ijih, Commercial block, Wich
J M it.W.DhltVION,
ATTOkNar at law , W Iclilta, Sedgwick county
Kansas Olhce (n Centennial liloik.
SI. W. COLUViiS, nonT v. rlATT
COI.I.lN(.' A pi m,
Attnrnejsat fjin. UUI practice in liolh slate
and Fe.leral court Ufliee In Temple block,
oflica, Wichita, Kansas
K II KK.NT7.,
Physician and burgeon ilhce4ver Fuller A
J J Cltl'jl,
Architect and MiiM-rinteTntent Olbce. Kndl
Werner's block, Douglas avenue, between To-
pekaLVeuue anl IAwrence M , 1 una, Kan
Dentist. Office In Temple block. 1-tf
" - - STANLEY A WALL,
Attorneys at Law-,
r cltlreus' bank
Wlclilta, Kansas. Offla
Attomet at Ijiw Knniii No 3, V S. Ijind
The I"hotoRraher. Pictnrrsln all sires and
alvlea "i also carries the finest assortment
nf ulriarc frames In the city. Olve mm
rriepdly call and examine samples.
-. i. iic-stox, r. wr ixurLir
IIOFSION A TIKNTLKY,
Atinrnes at Lsvr Oilice over Kansas Na
tional bsnk, Wlililu, Kan
Slot I. It AltAclllKL,
Contractor ami builders, on t lrt street, west
of County building
K II I1UOWN,
Auctlontei. Ckarwaler, Kansas. i
J. F. L.tl't'K,
Attorney at Law; Wichita, Kannas.
ttrtice over No.
street. Wichita, Kannns
DIC .1 (
llKNTisr. lEonuts In
H.l.l building. Main
street, opistsUe llsnllug A 1 l-her's
Attoinev at Law
It C SLIlUOKl'LIt,
Physician and surgcin. O.Tlce west sltle of
Main street in W Winch's new bnllding, near
poslolflce Itesldence on Main street, bet Cen
tral and Third streets, Wichita d-lW-un
Atloroer-at-lawandcollectlou agent No II
Malnstreit, Wichita, Ksusa 1-T-tr
No. 4 UPRIOHT
(Pat nil t
(hit btnw Ji nrrtrtirl iifttitf in1 Cn
irr 1t,l I pritit I'Iiih t nil t Mr.iiHny
Hull Riitl viimhie It
soi.r ,iii m. loR
Stciiivvyy 4i Sons,
& Fischer, Pianos.
sou: .HiI.ms mm:
Mason & Hamlin,
& Chase Organs.
Shfft Knvic Siw l?oo A "teal Vcrchandisc
$3" ffsai I attention iaM to orders left fer
tutin. isvolrliie-, muting anil polishing
ION ARNOLD & CO.,
S3 Main Slrcat.
Whitescarver & Co.
liars Just flltnlui" their roon on lh southeast
corner oi First anil slain, an.l rr now prepared
to furnish anvthlni; In th lr line .a short notice.
New Rooms! New Gtodsl
Short Ordar Keats Served at Al Hours .
Bivo Them a Call.
'IF :e, TJ I T !
.7th and 8th Additions
iThla la tht most tltalrabl realdsaos prepstt j
In tba citT.
alTicws Low. Terma Esvav-
V ' aaiirsC.
AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM OUR
CORRESPONDENT AT MULVANE.
DERBY DELINEA1 ION.
A Grand Democratic Rally.
To tht i'dttiir of tht Daily Scale :
ror days tun t05tcr were up unnounc-
inrj a j;r!md rally. The time camo and nu
audienre of a hundred (half of them !e
puhlicant) met at tho scliool house to listen
lettra. Cowert, Sowars smd JlcKc-e.
Mr. Cowcrt would have abuW Illaine,
eulogized Cleveland and datnntd tho Ite
publican partv. if the thoughts that welled
up had not filled him too full for utterance.
The other t o turned tho rally into a love
feast, or more appropriately an Giperifnce
Mr. McKoe, a pleasant lookini; gentleman,
epoke ahout as follow s:
"Ladies and gentlemen: I am a Dcmo-
drat, v ote for me; from the crown of my
head to the sole of my feet, v ote for me; I
was hom in AVashington county, 1'a., vote
for me; I was clerk of tho district court in
AVashington county, ote fur ine; AVashing
ton countv is a great sheen county, vote for
me; AVashington count v is noted for v! ool,
vote for me; ladies and gentlemen I thank
vou for v our attention, vote for inc."
Mr. Powers then gave his cijierieiiccwhich
was effecting. "I wish I had not heard him.
How, are the mighty fallen' The deceitful
nest of man, how great! Oh, that I had be
come deaf and my eyes had been plucked
out ere I had been accessory to so grit a
crime as helping to spread abroad the fame
of the. Kaolk's oditor. I have been swear
ing by 1dm, and Yoting with him, but
I had thought the editor was the great,
the only original boomer of the Ilappr
A'alley, but Mr. Sowers gives the secret
away. Ho himself is tho great original.
IIcitwn. who published to the world tho
excellence of the Arkansas A'alley and gave
its now famous name, the Nile of America.
It was Mr. Sowers who first brought Senator
Plumb into notice, and tossed the patronngc
of Senators Ingalls and I'liimb over hi
shoulders, as unworthy his notice. During
the grasshoppt r ynr his magnanimity out
did itself, and now he would like the county
to reward him by displacing Judge .Jewett.
If the result of tho election can bo foretold
by the reception the gentleman receivnl.
Judge Jewett will still be Judge Jewett.
Mr. Crowart would like to llnd the "Lo't
Mr. Sowers thinks he could make a ep-ech
better an) here lse than at Derby.
Mr. McKee think lK'caii'o AWhingfun
county has lots of sheep it mut follow thnt
the re i plenty of wool. Strange.
The gentlemen think John Patterson is
one of those "damned Irish bolters" becuuso
lie thinks prohibition ought to b en
forced. Our Democratic friend' do not avail v cry
Col. JI nderson being called ujon for re
marks, said, lie made it a ttoint never to in
terrupt a Democratic met ting, but tho-e
who wanted to hear him could do so by be
ing at the chool houso Tuesday evening the
Ixt tho-c v.ho wnnttn hear an able speech
come ouL The Colonel was a presidential
elector from Illinois in IST2, and i well
posted. Coino and hear him.
Should the I)( moeratic central committee
wish to si nd any more speakers like the hi'!,
Kockford Republicans will take great pleas
ure in distributing the band bills announc
ing the fact-
Oct. 18th. 1884.
A GRAND TIME.
Mulvaanc Alive With Social
To the KOltor or the Hall) 1 aclr.
Mulvane is still awake. Last night the
(rand Army of Republic bo s held a catn
fire in Dryden'a new store room. "Camp
fire" is only the name of t lie meeting, &
there was no fire abroad, and yet it was in
tolerably hot. The room was denser
packed with ladies, gentlemen and children,
and the inevitable small boy. Two long
tables one on either side were highly
filled with such "feed" in only Sedgwick
and Sumner county laches can fix up.
Logan's, military band (the bet one in sev
enteen states) filled the valley with swe-et
strains of music, such as the bovs heard
when they were hunting Johnnies in the
south. The rx rciei within doors consisted
eit songs, tableaux, recitations, sjH-eches by
CajiL Kuhn, and John. Kelly, candidate fur
state se-nator in Sedgwick county. Then
came the eating, which was not neglected.
After supper, tho room was clean d of uu
neccossary obstructions, and those inclined
to "trip tho light fantn'tir," danced till the
rooster warned them ol approaching day.
The soldiers hots enjoy these meeting, and
do not mind the dust, the heat or the labor
required to make the necce-sarv prep liga
tions. This border town is growing m size, busi
ness and population. Kvery week we are
enabled to chronicle some important im
provemenL The second brick Iioiim in
now being built for bakery. Our elevator
is ne-aring completion, and wo have a very
fair prospect of has ing a fiit-elas flouring
mill built here this winter.
Ikes'. J. It. Mctjuoun has moveil to
Clearwater, and his place is tilled b Itcv.
Nells, of Michigan.
Work on the M. K. church is being
pushed as la-t a po-ible, and the town is
dotted all over with new hoiiM in dilTerent
directions in ursu of construction.
There is considerable talk of organizing
an Inler-lounty lair at Mnlvunn. i hen
that is done, we will hold onr meeting after
the four counties have held their fairs, and
then all the premiums, tock and other
things that took premiums can be bought to
Mulvane and there a-certain who had tho
bet in the district.
AW arc to have a big political meeting
here next Friday evening, at which Hon. S.
It. IVters and Col. Swopc are to addrv" n.
I suppo-o vou has e heard from Ohio.
Th forenoon jtsterdav was consumed
with the hearing of the case of A'oggo Joes
bin against Fred Shatner. This was a suit
brought by the plainlirl'to reccv er wage.
The plaintitf is a Swede and a genuine
crank. Thecourt room was well filled with
people listening to the testimony. The tcs
timoney of the Swede was amusing in the
the extreme- He went to Mr. Shatncr's
place last March heiring that he wanted a
gardner. Mr. Shatner did nut wish to cm
ploy him w ithout reference. He claimed to
be a professional old-country gardner and
said he would bring reference. In a ds.v or
two he brought a letter from the Sweeidsh
Consul at Chicago. Mr. Shatner then hired
him for $20 per month and board with the
understanding that if he gas e satisfaction he
would make better arrangements with him
at the end of the month. After he had
worked a short time Mr. Shatner discovered
that he was a little off and that he knew
nothing about gardening in this country if
he did in Sweedcn. He sprouted sweet corn
beans and pumpkin seed in flower pots He
planted tomato plants in a bt"iten path
along si Je of a row of grape vines. He ap-l
peared to be particularly stuck on water
melons and w as determined to have lots of
them. He planted beans, lettuce, com.mcl-
Ions, pumpkins and cellery in rows all mixed
S together and planted a thrte-x ear-old
Kifl vine In a flower pot; that is the kind
or B wrdner be was.
A V enj 0f the fint month Mr. Shatner
discharge Vim and jsixid Wm $20, but his
ympathyv,., excited for the man aud he
tow mm as', would allow him to stay
and work the garden on shares, he selling
the products and pav ing half the receipts to
Mrs, Shatner. At first he slept in the house
but lie was filth' and was sent to the barn to
sleep. Some trouble occurred between him
and Mrs. Shatner and he was discharged.
He brought suit to recover wages for the
whole time ho worked the place. The jury
had been out but a few minutes when thev
brought in a verdict for the defendant.
WICHITA HIGH SCHOOL, OCTOBER :.
To the Editor of the Eagle.
Thinking that some of the ilems collected
by the high school pupils might po'sildy
interest v our readers, I ask, ai a pergonal fa
v or as w 11 as for the entertainment of my
pupils and tho other reader of the Kegle,
that you inert the following items at an ear
ly date. I first submit a list of
which were asked and answered by the pu
pils during the first two weeks of the term:
1. AVhat i the cause of the war between
France and China?
Answer The French endeavored to ob
tain full control ol Tonquin, a province in
the northern part of Annatn.
1!. AVho compose- President Arthur's cnb
inft! Anc Frelinghujsen, S crciary of State ;
Secretary of Treasury, dead Assistant Sec
retary acting at present s Kobt. T. Lincoln,
Secretary of AVar; Chandler, Secretary of
the "ay; Teller, Soerctary of the Interior;
Greshum, Postmaster General; Itrewter,
3. How far north did Greeley go ?
An. S3 degree", ."! minutes bv boat",
then to 85 degrees, -5 minute'," 30 seconds
north on the coast of Greenland with sledges
4. AVhat is the extent of the ravages of
Ans. In Italy, Naples, Florence, Itomc
and A'emce ; in France, Marseilles, Toulon
and Paris. Cases arc also reported in Chi
na, India and Australia.
C. AVhat body has the light and power to
impeach cabinet officers
An-. The House of l'epre-entutivcs ha
the sole right and power of impeachment of
federal officers. The Senate tries the case
and decides on the impeachment.
7. AVhat is the present condition of af
fairs bctvwen P.ngland and th" false prophet
Ans. El Mahdi is gathering a 'trong
force, and is preparing to inte-t Khartoum
and tare the garrison into subjection.
" Name sir leading daily newspapers, tell
where published and give the names of their
Ans. 1. The Mm, New A'ork i ity. Cha.
2. The Daily Tribune, New A'ork City,
" Commcrcial-Ga7ettc' Cincinnati, Murat
ltiiKtcud and Kichnrd Smith.
I Knquircr, Cincinnati, AV. F. McClean.
o Daily Tribune, Chicago, Jas. Medill.
Courier-Journal, Louisville, II. Watter
sou. Many other questions of equal importance
were asked and answered.
Ae have had several falling eierciscs of
which the following i h model:
AVrite sentences uing the following
words eorreetl: Tattoo, portemonie.
delible, ell'erv esce, Loui-iana.
as.va MAHON .so. T. I
1 He was beating a tattoo upon the table.
2. I found my portmonio.
'1. The ink is delible beesiu-e 1 ran erase
I. He hnded safely in the Irkustok.
o. The wine has ellVsverced.
ii. He will attend the AVorld's Fair al New
All l UtTIIIUEMI. S":
1. Some African tribes tattoo their bodies.
J. She lost a small portemonie on the
street last . icning.
0. He resides in Irkustok, Siberia.
4. If the ink whs delible the stain can be
f. SomcliiUids illerve'sce. .
0. Louisiana is one of tho southern state's. I
I selecti d the above pipers at random,!
mnnj others were equally correct. j
Ihaveal-oa collection of excellent que
;..n. ...! v.. ....... I-....,. ..u rtf. . i.!..i. i....'
tl! .III'. I Mill, III. I IIIHI llll ll IXUVil lllttV
been selected by my pupils and which I
would like to lnve published in your pa
per. During the week jut clo-ed we have col
lected u Hrge number of facts and items con
cerning the city of Wichita. AVhen the list
is complete it will make a brief and correct
hi'lory of our city.
AVith thanks for past favors 1 remain
A'ery Truly A'ours,
J. O. Stefjek.
UEKORU JUSTICE THOMAS
Two caes of interest were heard by Jus-!
tice Thomas vesterday afternoon. Tho first j
wns the e-ae of the tate against A. C Hen-
nctt lo ras-ault ami Lattery. I nu is the squ'.l.-
tile relerreil t in the l..u;u: a lew !as ago
as having taken place at the Iliche'y house.
The facts brought out in the evidence re
.ealedas ugh n state of things in connec
tion with the p-iriie-s as e-ould vull be imag
ined. T. It. Wall conducted the prosecu
tion, and J. W. C. Jones defended. It nii
pears that a fort of smothered war had been
going on between Itenuett and two women
for some time, which e-iiliiiiimt.il in a pitch
ed battle on the 13th inst. The names of the
female warriors are Mrs. Green and Mis Al
ire llnivhard. Mr, (irven wn the first wit
nefS introduced ; she possec- nn abundance
of chee'k, well powdered, and the way she
rolled out testimony, embellished with cuss
word-and fine's epithet, was a holt terror.
When Mr. Jones begin to croa-examincher
he turned upon him and et her face in as
brassy a mould a- -he could. Inste-id of be
ing bulldozad by the disciples of Illa(ktone,
she actuallj cowed him. It was no trouble
to her to give ev idenoe. and ho could not be
made to contradict herself, she would
balk at nothing, .she was miite a tnivelle-r,
hiiing been in pringfield, Mo., Carthage,
t. Ixiuis and in Yirginia vsithiu the' pree'iit
vear. Tl other il-misel was a straw ber-j
blond and she wore a Cleveland
badge. She could testify as fat as
a qn'irter horse could run and
culd spit out the cuss w-ord and pet
names ivjuallv as well as the other. It np
lvars that Itennett, who was a clt rk for Mr.
lliches, weiit into the dining room on an
errand; in consequence of the bad feeling ex
isting lwtwivn hi'ii and the women, the nnl
haired damsel ordered him out, w hen a rjuar
rcl ensued and in the racket Itennett pushed
or shoved her. the other" womin then come
forwarvi and told him not to strike her. Iten
nett said lie thought she had a pi-iol under
her apron, and he struck her and drew a
pierce of w hip handle out of his inside pock
e't and threatened ti knock some of thenr
brains out. They also swore thit lie had
threstened to shoot them. Squire Thomn,
in v iew of the e tdence could not but find
the defendant guilts , Irtit ow ing to the fact
that the wonn-n by their mtnner in court
had s,bown that they were not angels by Miv
means, he imposed a fine of $i" but owing
to the tutenualtng circumstances which ap
peared during the triala portion of the fine
was remitted and the remainder together
with the costs wa prpmpth ptid. Thus
cndel the war but hostilities max oe renew
ed at at any time.
The next cacc was that of the utate apsin-t
Wm. llobinon for an ailegnd forgerv-. The
fact, in the case appears to be that l.obion
on the nintn ol tne present month
.indented two checks for rtivmeut at the
Kanvs National bank of this citv. Mr.
Hyde, the cashier, it appears suspected that
there micht be omcthing wrong. He
brought them to Col. Lew is. the president,
who asked Robinson to come into his private
ofEcs. He then told Kobinson ;hat he would
have to s'ndorse tlio checks beftre he could
get the money, this he readily consented to
do. A Then Col. Iewis saw the endore
ment lie waj satisfied that tlie same hand had
filled out the same checks. One Of them
was for S30 and the other for JitSo. One
of the checks was drawn in favor of AVflliam
Rico uid tint other in favor nf a nun named
Smith. Tho prisoner toi Col. Lewis that
he had received the checks from Mr. Ilice.
The checks were signed C. E. Barwise per
F. Baucher. CoL Lewis got him to write
Mr. Barwise's name on a piece of paper,
Iiobinson wanted to sec the signature on the
checks before doing this, but the Colonel
would not let him have them. The writing
on the checks and tliat on the paper corres
ponded, and the banker was satisfied that
the checks were forged. Ho too, Kohinson
before Justice Thomas, and a .t was
issued. Mr. Barwise is a grain .or, and
F. AV. Baucher does business for him at
Garden Plain. Kobin'on worked for him
shoveling grain, and at other w ork around
the place. Baucher issued checks in pay
ment for grain, signed C E. Barwise by F.
AV. Baucher. Three checks No. 14, 15 and
10, had ln taken from his check-book
about the time that Robinson presented the
checks at tho bank, and the numbers cor
responded to tho-o of the missing checks.
Mr. Barwi'e and his buyer identified the
checks which were produced at the exami
nation as being similar to those taken from
their book, and CoL Lew is swore that the
signatures to the checks and the endorse
ment bv Ilobinon were the same hand
writing. Mr. T. B. AVo.ll, counsel for the
defendant, claimed that it was not forgery,
inasmuch as one of Bauchcr's initials did not
appear on the check, and that a name that
had no existence was not a forgery, this,
howei cr, did not stick as no other Baucher
or Barwise was known in oraround Garden
Plain. The prisoner was held in $300 bonds
to appear at the present term of court.
A BEWILDERED BUCKEYE.
some few weeks ago, thero was noticed in
thee columns, the arrival in our city from
the roval old buckeve state, of two sisters of
Mrs. J. F. Sullivan. One of these ladies
cams) from Young-town and the other from
Salem. The prediction was then ventured
by this paper that when these persons had
been in the "Forest citv" of Kansas for a
short time, had had opportunities to view-
its beauties, to note its rapid and splendid
growth, to realize the richness of its soil, the
pure and healthy climate and the great pos
sibilities here to be found, r at they would
deside to move eiut and !te this their
home. This prophecy ha ' 'u v been ful
filled, as vesterday at nT".i, -ur. D. Ik II.
Neas, daughter and son arrived from
Young-town prepared to make this city
their future home.
Mr. Neas expressed himself as surprised
almost beyond measure to find such a vigor-ou-,splendid
city "away out in Kansas." It
seemed that his home in Ohio had accompa
nied him on his trip and had arrive here
at the same time, c he two cities arc just
about tho same siz ' though there U a great
disparity in their agc, -estern place be
ing about eighty jcars of age, while the
queen of the southwest is but fourteen.
The rip and tare, rattle mid bang of the
builders here almost bewildered the new
convert to a western life, though it caused a
subdued 'mile to play upon hi countenance,
as he is a carpenter.
The Kagle and its readers extend to Air.
Nease and family tho hand of fellowship
ani b;j tuem wefcouic to a citv and a peo
ple that they will -oon admire and love.
' The Kentucky jubilee singer, are truly ac-
complied and sweet singers.
Mr. J. D. Ilutchins, who has been under
the weather for some dajs iat, is feeling
much improved and is again to be four.eWn
his old accustomed place liehind the coun
ters of the real estate hou-o of N. F. Nied
erlander. A. (S. (iranger has just arrived in the
cits, having drive'n through from Com
manehc tenuity, a large flock of sheep which
he is transferring from his claim there to his
rancho mar cheney. Commaiiche is a
splendid grazing county and a fine place for
flocks, but Mr. (irangcr prefers to have his
woolv herd nearer homo during the winter.
Nf.w A'or.K, Oct. 18. Frank S. Kennedy,
jeweler, installed, lie maue an assignment
to-dav, giving preferences to tho amount of
AYamuvotos, Oct. IS. The indications
for the Mi-souri A'alley are: Generally fair
weather; fresh and brik south to wet
wind; higher temperature.
AWiMHNOTOs, October IS. The president
hns appointed Stephen F. Wilson, of Pcnn
sjhania, to be associate justice of tho su
premo court of New Mexico.
Ho-tos', Oct. IS. The annual n-port of
the Oregon Ilailway and Navigation com
pany for the j car ended June SO, after pav
ing taxi, interest and various lived charges,
tl n, j, lcfl m v. ,.,.,. ,,er c,.nt..0f tl,c ,tock
ol the company.
lltNVl.it, Col., Oct. IS. . prize fight
with three ounce gloves occurred at Jewell
park this afternoon, between John I". Clow,
middleweight champion of Colorado, and
John O. Dav i, of local celebrity, for SCO0
and the championship of the state. Davis
was declares! the winner nt the end of the
Nl.w YwiK.Ott. Ii". Mrs. IkVlva Lock wood
arrived in this city this morning, stopping
at the Fifth Avenue hotel. Almost imme
diately upon entering the hotel she went out
again and vi-ited the gallery of a photo
grapher. The e'lierator ' about to scat
her in a small chair win u she espied n large
cliiir tint Illaine and Cleveland sat while
having their photos taken. "Why don't vou
place mo in thnt clrur," she asked. "That
is the presidential chair," replied the oiiera
tor. "Well, sir, I will it in that chair, said
Mr-. Ivkwood, "I think I am able to fill it
as well as an who hale oeeupied it lefore
Nl.w A'eiik, OcL l!-. At the etiice of the
AVest 1-hore road, tickets to Chicago sold at
$15; to ut!alo$l.tV. The New A'ork Cen
tral and the IVnnxIranin roads wen asking
$2lH the IMaware, Lackawanna and West
ern and the Kric wanted $ls.r-0 for Chicago.
Tickets were wlel over the counters in the
olSces. scaliers' tickets could be bought
over am of the above lines except the
IVnnsvfvania and the West Shore at the
price's" named. In th otfice of the New
York Central tickets to Iiulfalo sold at
5l.t"0. There is npparentlv a lull for a mo
ment in which to tr to e fleet a peraianent
truce, and ticket agent are awaiting orders,
w Inch maj come at any moment, either to
restore rates to the schedule or resume the
Si'Ki.oriKLi, Mass., Oct. IS. Thcpirtic
ularsofth accident on the Boston sc Al
bany railroad, near Kinderhook last night,
show that it w as train wreckers who placed
a pile of rails and sleepers on the track and
carefully wedged them in position. The lo- '
comotixe turned completely over.
pressor jumped over it and the baggage J
and smoking cars .were piled on top. The j
fcleervr remained nn Ilia tel- i'nm-.-. '
. ,.. .- .. .. .... ... Hl-klv. ..U.l4!t. ,
Davis was found under the wreck terriablv !
sc Jded and died at S a. m. Fireman Stick"-1
nev s recoverv is doubtful.
H. Gould, leginiureil, Btrrraire Master Geo.
Fatrbank s scalded. The wTecking train from
Albany cleared the track. The Boston Jc
Albany officials ottered $100 reward for the
discos cry of the miscreants w ho wrecked the
MEMTnis, Tcnn Oct. IS. The Appeal's
Tupela, Mississippi, special avs. One of (
., ' .. -., ..." '
most terrible WTecks that ever esccurrcd
on tne -Mobile .VUluo railroad happened a fight themselves nor indulge in any as long! railroad cxmpany announces in order to -few
miles north of this place last night. ' as the contest is merely wordy; but if any j forj rt, rolroas as loir raj-s . je ord hr
Every coach cf the passenger train due here ' bulMfn'-. " attempted bv negro or other rompeVng lies, to the srt, it will eojrs-
at 1.S0 a. m. was thrown from the tract -ssid '
badly damaged. The rails had been taken
up bv unknown norsons with a view of
-uln .1.- TS. -t . F
r,,.i..,r ;. .yu.uS u.c
were scnou.iv injurrd: Kev.J. Jl. Inmac, .
Henderson. Tenn Mrs. AVarner. Ft. Hearr!
New ATork; Paul Krouso, St. Loui.; Leo
Groti; Springfield. Ohio, and a negru. Tfcr
attenaicg pnysictas tninks cone arc iatallr
.i-isut-nsm. mmsTOsaiui b- s.. inns u p- no stoui inwr-i m cm- arsj-ctan, and $14 s-s-ocd-elas : t acexo
IrLTx.'r.l5:" x $ 'ilT m1 " .'D- "S on rifCJondj-r- rati. 51S for first-el and 51 for s-cI
KANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING,
BLAINE ADDRESSES THE
ANN ARBOR, MICHI
And then Makes His Debut to
the Hoosier State at South
Ben Butler Passes a Comforta
ble Night in His Hotel Car.
Rousing Republican Demon
stration at Ottawa, Kansas.
Another One at Augusta, and Still
Another at Osage City, Kansas.
Various Other Political Items From the
Jackson, Mich., OcL 18. Mr. Blaine left
Detroit at 8.30 this morning by special train
on the Michigan Central road. This is his
last day in Michigan, as he will spend Sun
day at South Bend, Indiana. Tho first stop
this morning was at Ann Arbor, w here the
most remarkable scene of the trip occurred.
There was a very large crowd around the
depot, but the students of the University
seemed to have taken possession of the
place, and when Mr. Blaine appeared, their
cheering and yelling were so hearty, and
so loud and so long-continued that they
seemed likely to occupy the whole
time that the train could remain at
Ann Arbor. All attempts of the local com
mitteemen to get a hearing were utter fail
ures; but when Blaine stretched out his hand,
indicating that he was about to speak, the
noie immediately subsided. He began his
little speech by saving: "During the war
wc used to hear a great "deal about the rebel
jell which was supposed s-o imply great vig
or and determinination, but it seems to me
that the young men who do my the honor to
appear here to-day could have terrified the
whole army of Lee." Mr. Blaine then sjsokc
at some length of the responsibilities of ed
ucated young men. and left with the stud
ents for their solution of the problem w In
so many college men who were fn-e traders
traders at twenty are protectionists at forty.
I think the answer will be found in the
book that at forty they have taken their de-gre-es
in tho university of experience, which,
after all, is much wider, much more valua
ble than the university of the youth. Col
lege boys are taught, I was mvsclf taught,
when I was a college boy,' the doctrine of
free trade, but the United States stands as a
perpetual and irrefutable argument and ex
ample of the value in a now country of
tho doctrine of protection. I am
glad to meet you, not merely as those inter
ested in politics, but as voung men
who are the pride and hope of the country.
in ue-aimg wiin ine great prouicms oi tne
future in this marvelous experiment of a
people gov erning themselves by free and
universal suflriure. nothing can avail excent
our educated and constantly corrected pub
lic opinion, i wisu 10 impress upon every
man who lias the advauLige of a university
education that he is cv rrv day more and
more placed in debt to hfs country. That
just in proportion as he progresses in knowl
edge aud wisdom, just that proportion will
he be expected to pay back in patriotic la
bor to tho county w Kich has matured him.
I congratulato'you on being born to such
great opportunities, to a harvest that is
ripe for the reaper, onto a field
that is continually expanding. By the time
you havo your degrees you will go forth to
tho battlo of life in a great nation of 00,000,
000 of free men. You go forth, each of v ou,
with just as good a chance in life as o'ther
men have, and you go with tho added op
portunities w-hich education gives. I com
mend to j ou v our responsibilities of an ed
acated American higher and deeper, and
broader and greater than those of an edu
cated man in any other land ; and just in
proportion as your responsibilities are great
er will vou be held to account in this life
and in the life which is to come.
Dowaoiac, Mich., OcL 18. There was an
immense, gathering at Jackson when Mr.
Blaine stepptnl out upon tho flat car which
served as a speaker's stand. He stepped in
to the presence of more than 2,000 people.
He was received with the usual enthusiastic
demonstrations. Injresponding, he called
attention to the importance of the tarifl" as
the issue in the campaign at Marshall.
South Uemi, OcL 18. At a littlo past S
o'clock the train arrived at South Bend. The
city is thronged. The workshop, and many
of the business houses were closed and th'e
day was devoted to politics. In the forenoon
thero had been a great trade's proccsion.
The afternoon was devoted to the Blaine re
ception, and in tho evening to a torchlight
procession. Illaine was escorted through all
the principal streets by a large body of
iilume-d knights, and there was a contmuou.
lino of decorated houses and a continuous
crowd along tho whole route. It was about
half past five when the-'proccssion reached
the stand erected near the court house. The
two Michgan senators, Conger and I'almer,
w cro first introduced. After thev had giv n
some account of the tour through Michigan,
Hon. Marion Campbell, the president of the
day, introduced Mr. Blaine, who was enthu
AVhen crderwas restored he fjxAcatsome
lengthen the taritras the great i-sue of the
campaign, arcuinir that the maintainance
of the protective policy was of far greater
importance to the workingmen than to any
other class in the community. In the same
connection ho warned the workingmen that
their labor unions would be powerless to
protect them agiint the competition of the
cheap labor of the world if the protective
tarifl were abolished. Mr. Illaine was driven
to the house of Mr. Clem Studebaker, whose
guest he will be until Memdav. Later in the
evening he reiicwed a vcrv large torchlight
IHtavi. N. A"., Oct. 18. General Butler
passed last night in hi hote-1 car, ti'ing his
comfortable bed and private e'ompartinent
for the first time, w bile the car was lying on
the side track at tho dpoL Only the
through express disturbed the silence of a
night in the country. A thin blanket of
snow coated the hills on his way to Oneida,
where General Butler was met by 1000 ap
plauding men and enthusiatic women, who.
demonstration w as reinforced by the boom
ing of cannon and display of bunting. Gen
eral Butler made a sjieech here which was
heartilv applauded. Addresses were also
made Lv the Genera! on wav, at Lvons,
Clyde. Ac. '
Osage City, Kas., Oct. 18. The largest
and most enthusiastic political meeting ever
held in this county took place here to-day
and this ex ening. Large delegations were
present from all parts of the county. The
Blaine and Logan Club and flambeau clubs,
on foot and on horseback, one thousand
strong, paraded the streets and the dispos
er fireworks wa the grandest ever seen m
this countv. AH the business houses and
manv of the private residences are brilRant
ly ilfuminateei. The speaking took place in
b"oth of our spacious opera houe. Hon.
Thomas Bvan, Geo. Monahan, C H. J. Tav-
'or. Hon. J. W. Butterfield. Col. John ft.
1Jlce JIon' "nt an k. W- I'uhes
dressed tt people during the afternoon
" " "
Ctticsoo. Oct, 18. In conimatinc upon i
the luwn Uion of the polls m this atv on
election day, and the appointing of deputy '
I'nited Slates marshal and denutv sheriffs. I
the Tirws this morningpoinU the follow inr- I
The Democrat, that is to ur, one hundred
of them, organized retrJay wh thev
pleased to stvlea visnlance commute. It
is composed of deterraired men who are re
solve! that no intimidations of violence
lit - .1 j- a
B" ,Vce -nicago polis, at least tha:
there ihall be none done by the RepuUi
i .'i.'.i. t.'.iT! .
.-, . ,-,:, -j. , J.n rv1
, IVmocrat ts shot to see to it that the shooUr
XIT:' ZC:. 7"'." .1". -V" V . "T-l
TIUlsk u limi Hi MJ Jl IIUU SOC SQOSlUr
at oa.-s. suSV-rs the safs fate- So the matter
stands, and if feelisc ktst cTowiciT in inten-
.:..! Till - . . . . - I
.. . -r t
rstsssuwn uaniet. i
Eu DoKAtw, Kan, Oct. li-.. L. Redden J
In an ir.trtsw. dratea emphaJicaSx- the j Tbt- ractiac box factory of D. J. CarroH.
statement attributed t hira that Got. Otirl j a AValW ftrt, tool. j xo-esgit. axd caos
had the railroad bin Tetos-d. aad it wa j td drsa Us that and rtdWcicr boihiiMi
paasssd over hU Tela. to th xtat U ever iMjiCO.
Colujibvis O., Cct- 18. Ketum by coun
ties complete do not change the pluralities
given last night. Uneipectedlir the I'rohi
bition and Greenback Butler oses increase
proportionately with those of the Demo
crats and Kepubucans. Hverron.snion
vote last year was 8,302. ThisTvar 9,57a
Greenback vote last year was 931. This
vpflr 5.700- hlinwtm' no eoalitior. hut liartr
lines clo-ely followed. Total Prohibition
and Greenback vote, 12.417, or 1,120 more
than Kobinsou's plurality. The rest of the
Republican state ticket has an avcrago ma-
jontv oxer all of over 5,000. Total vote,
-CA A-n T . !. . -to li. A...1
icv,ott. .nasi vear it was ta?,ioc; vteauuer,
1850, it was71b.lSfl; November, IN-fl, it was
721.0C7. No change in congreJ9"irn except
an increase of Io0 in itoosis 3Hnrr over
Cleveland. O.. OcL 18. The official
canvass of tho vote'of Cuvahoga county givi a
the total votes of the the cointv at 1,101;
of city, S.ri,7C. Iiobinson, th Jtepublicnn
candidate for secretary of staf-, received in
this city. 18,011; in the county, 22.830.
Newman! (Democrat) had 'in "the citv,
ITkK; in the county, 20,780. ?lorris, (I'ro-
iiiuiiioiii.ii uau in ine cut, i??; in me
county, 308. A'. Bold, (Gretnbaeker) had
in tne citj-, -1; in the countv, U Kobinson s
plurality over Newman fntnis city is 459;
in the "countv, 2,05'J. For supreme judge,
Johnson, (lkepublican) had a pluraht v ox er
Martin. 'Democrat! of 570 in the citv : 2.255
in the countv. For membsr of hoard of
public works. Flickincer. f Kepublieanl had
a plurality over Benfer, (Democratj of 151;
in the citv, 2,691. In the countv for shtrin".
Dewesto, (Republican had a pluralitvoxer
Saw v er, (Democrat) in the county of" 1,287.
Ottawa, Kan., Oct. 18. A great Repub
lican rally is being held here to-day. At an
early hour strangers began to make their ap
pearance on our streets. By six o'clock the
city commenced to don her holiday attire,
and at tw o o'clock was glittering with glory,
the air rcverbrating withr eloquence from
near and far, and everv where, on loot, in
wtgons and other vehicle-, constantly re
ceived accessions to her "Onds. Specials
on all tho roads arrive-d crery half hour,
heavily loaded with living.rrcfL'lit, swelling
the multitude to proporti,t that no one can
correctly estimate the Lawrence, cv clones
with their drum corps arrived fn full
strength, intensify imr the enthusiasm
that everywhere prevails. Tom Anderson
and his- jnodocs are furnisHng vocal muic.
Two thousand torches arc hi line and a hun
dred flamlieaux are ready tor the grand dem
onstration. Tho fireworks are arranged for
on a most magnificent scale. Forc-t park
is literally jammed with people. Gov. G. L.
Anthonv, J. Ii. John-on, Dr. Krohu and
Gen. Caldwell are making speeches.
The immense parade col umn form d in
tho race track in Forest Dark at 7 p. m. The
calsalcade with flambeau, torches andmiisic.
intcrsjicrsed with band, moved through the
principal streets the line e-xtcndiiig over
two mile's. On their rctUTt to the park the
grande-t sight of all was witm-sted. The
magnificent pvrotechnic di-plax. blending
with one hunih-ed nambcu and thre-e thous
and torches, lighted the park and the
citv with all the color oYthe rainbow. Con
spfeuous among the many representations
was one showing Cleveland" teiiih-rlv nur
ing a baby boy, and Hendricks loading and
firing upon the union. At 10 p. in. tho fire
works wcro still blazing away, and the
sjieakers entertaining the vn-t assembly.
Over twentv thousand souls were drawn to
gether to witness the grand di-plax.
Avcvstv, Kas., Oct. 18. Col. John A.
Martin. liepublicaii nomine" for governor,
arrived in Eldorado this morning, and wns
given a reception by the jieople of that city.
He responded in a spurt speech. At 12
o'clock he and AV. K. Maulev , of Wichita,
aeeompinii-d a special to Douglas, where
they w ere rcceiv ed by the pe-ople of that
town in a hand-omo manner. Siwehes
were made by Col. Martin, A. I., lkeddin,
and AV. E. Stanley. At 5 o'clock bands of
music, flambeau and torchlight clubs pa
raded the streets, making one of the large-t
political demonstrations iter witnessed in
this town. Col. MartAi, A. I- lSeddcu and
Mr. Stanley are speaking'to an overflowing
meeting at tho opera house. The utmo-t
good feeling prevail., and the streets are
crowded with people.
Rally at Minneapolis.
Misnevpolis Ksns., Oct. 18. The Re
publican meeting held in Minneapolis on
the IGth, to hear Ji,an A. Anderson and
othi r-, was the largest and most enthusiastic
held in the countv this vear. A line display
was made in the evening by the Ke'publiiiin
club of this county, and the Martin flmn
beau club of this place, headed by the cor
net band, after which the openi house was
literally packed to hear Congressman Ander
son, who made an able and convincing
speech. W. AV. Walton, Conrad Meohler
and K. I. Moore made speeches in (he after
noon. Democratic Nominations.
Kansas Citt, Mo., Oct. 18. The Demo
crats at AVyandotte, Kans.i, to-day in ide
the following nominations: State senator,
Jno. R. Goodin; clerk district court, I.. C.
Trickey; probate judge, R. K. Cable'; county
attorney, J. T. Harlen; superintendent
schools", II. C AVheelock; representative
twelfth di-trict. D. It. Hadlct: representative
thirteenth district, It. W. Ifillikcr; commis
sioner, twelfth district. J. Ligrange; com
mission) r, thirteenth district, tephen I'er
kins. Lawrence Items.
Lvwni.ncE, October 18. The Time, siys
The Democrats or the Eighteenth district
nominited Mose McMillan for state repri"
Ottaw a special a There was a large
gathering of Democrats here to-diy. The
oce'asion was tho vi-it Governor Gluk to the
city. He spoke in the afternoon before an
audiince which filled the opera hou-,and
his speech was rec-iveel with marked appro
val. Atchison Democrats.
At ihso, Oct. 18. The Democrats of
the Fourth repre-entatise di-triet nominated
John Ssvnton for the le-gllalnre to-night.
Sertoli hns been ji member of the l-gi-Ia-ture
for the last six years, and is a Republi
can. He canvassed the county for the Re
publican nomination " for state
senator a hort time ago. hut withdrew from
the rae-e. giving A. J. Htrwi the nomina
tion. He gn as his rea-ons forgoing in
to the Democratic convention that hedid not
have fsir play at the hands of the Republi
cans. His opponent is Chirles W. Helming
the regular repiibliein nominee.
Ka:s4s I'm, Mo., I9. The largest lo
litical demonstration s-en here during the
campaign, was made by the Democrats to
nirght. The street pr.cs-ion was made up
of local organizations and clubs from neigh
boring towns. Thedisplat, of fire-works hv
tbe-Topeka flambeau c-lub was cstttcMiry
cheered. Meetings were held after tin pa
rade at the board of trade hall and market
.piare, addreed by Senator F. M. Cockrcll,
Gen. James Craig, Gen. B. C. Brockmyer,
Congressmnn. Graves and other.
A'xlley Faij.s, Kas.. Oct. I. A Illaine
and Logan club consisting of over one hun
dred members, wa organized here to-night.
The meeting was large and gnat enthusi
asm prevailed. It is eharsctcricd by some
as a pbenomnl event in the history of pol
West Virginia Election.
AViieeuso, W. A'a, Oct. 15-Ikltrm
are still incomplete. Careful estimate
plaes the Democrat'C majority at about
5.000. mavbe a little les. It will be two or
three days before the remote coontie can
be bcard'frum officiallv.
Rally at St. Marys.
ST. Marts. Ks.. Oct. K One of the larg
est and mocathuistK demonstrations Mi
i here this 'oason wa held by the Democrat
in the rink in this citvlhts evening aj.d was
! - u s 1 r. jS - si- t.t. ti
addresses! Vy Gen. I. AV. Blair. Abnct
v" 1P" preva..
SrxAcrn. Oct. I?. 1 J. FiUgeraM -m
rnomma.su try the I-rscrat. for eongresw
Brrnunxv, P Oct. I-. Tlie pubH
cans of the Tenth eongrrMional district
nominated Chas. J. (hild--y, of Easton. Pa
"slew York Brevities.
New A'oaic. Oct. 11 The Tribune av :
The NTwYcTfc Centra! and Hadson Pjver
rities of .he flrst aad s.nd W.s-v. ti,v-..
?? ?? "? -"""ay, as all at ac 13
ct rMarssi rate to all rotsu la tfc stl,
rates to CMcago being iicd t 510) Sr
--s . - - w viM.k .vt 1'AS tf i
class i-t. Lfliw. 19 irst-cUs. shuji t.
. j ,. '--l,rj l'Z-' ,"
i...: rorTrToa,11 -stefwa, U
OCTOBER 19, 18S-4.
DEPUTY MARSHAL HOL-
LISTER SHOT AND IN-
The Murderer Assisted by His
Wife Makes His Escape
From a Certain Death.
Terrible Railroad Accidents at
Tupelo, Miss., Putnamville,
Ky.. and Kinderhook.
Prize Fight at Jewell Park, Colorado.
Between John P. Clow and John
Big Fire at Barnesville. Georgia, and
Numerous Other Smaller Ones.
Murdered at Hunnewell
CALDwrn, Kanas, Oct. IS. C. M. Hol
lister, deputy sherift" of this county, and
deputy Lr. S. marshal, w as shot and instantly
killed about daylight this morning near nun
newell, by Bob Cro's, a noted desperado,
while attempting to arrest him. A posse
from here w ent over last night to arrest
Cross for abducting Mr. Haunumo'a daugh
ter last week and found him with his wife.
Hollistcr commanded him to surrender. He
failed to respond, when the door was kicked
open. Tlie w oman shut tho door and it was
again kicked opened. Creiss then fired two
shots but f lilnd to hit any one. Tho woman
then came out of the houso and the
posse began arranging to fire it to get
their man out. AVhile Hollistcr
was standing near the corner of the house
guarding the door, Cross again fired and
killed Hollistcr, as above stated. Mrs.
CikA entered the hou-e again and camo out,
fedlowed closely by her husband, he keeping
r between himself and the guns of the of
ficers. Cross was covered by a A inchester
and would have been killed, but his wife
sti jied before him and pulled the gun to
her breast and held it there until he had es-
caed in the darkness. He escaped with
nothing but his gun and shirt. A large par
ty is in pursuit of him, and if he is caught
he will be banged to the first object that
will support his weight. Hollistcr wa one
of the bravest and most daring men on the
border, and wa a terror to evil doers. His
funeral takes place to-morrow.
AVasiumito.s., D. C, Oct. 18. The new
Japanese minister was presentee! to the pres
ident to-day by-the secretary of state.
Adjutant-General Drum and Col. T. F.
llarr w ill leave Washington this evening for
Fort Lfuxrnwortb, Kansas, to make the
semi-annual inspection of the military pris
on at that place. Major General Schofleld
will accompany them from Chicago.
Tho treasury department has just decided
an interesting ouestion arising out of the re
striction net. The Prcnbvlerian board of
foreign mi-sions shiped at Canton two con
xerted Chinese with tlie object of installing
them as te-iehers in the homo mission at San
Francisco. I'pon the-ir nrrival it was found
thit they were not provided witli the certifi
cates reipurtsl by law and tho department
was applied to for instructions. The col
lector of customs has been netified not to
rs-rmitthein to land and see that thev are all
returned to China.
Nr.w Haxkn, Oct. 18. Benton, Nichols
A Co.'s patent folding box manufactory
burned this morning. Los $20,000, insur
iinci SI J.000.
Eauton. I'.x., Oct. 18 A tire this morning
destroved the saw null of Wm. Stockersfc
Co.: It-rnard, Coy Ie A: Son's ico houso and
Stable, Tax lor sV Co.'s store. Stocker'a loss
is Sir,OiV,"insiiratice S'i.OOO. Co, le & Son's
loss is S"5.n00.
Ai'hi'sta, Ga.. Oct. 18. Twclvo stores in
Edgefield vscre burned this morning at 4
o'clock. List year a like eonflagration oc
ctirreel in the same part of town. Loss $100-
000; xerv little insurance.
Nkw Vobk, Oct. 18 For some months
the scenerv used bv tho Kiralfy Bros, in
"Around tlie AVorlll,'' has been stored in a
coverrd alleyway at Fourth street. This
morning smoke as seen issuing from the
place. Immediately after, the flames burst
forth. The fin was extinguished before it
spread to adjeiining buildings, but the in
llamable scenery seas totally destroved. It
was brought to" this country from Europe,
and cannot readilv hi replaced. Estimated
loss will run from'$3,000 to S.OOft
I.vwbf.nce, Kii'., Oct. 18. This evening
about half past ten Mock's elevator was dis
cos cred to be on fire. In a few minutes the
whole building wh in fl lines, and despite
the exertions of the fire department, the en
tire establishment was consumed in a short
tune. I.osr $.15,000, which is part insured.
PETKitsiifBO, A'il, Oet- 18. The font is
burning in Prince George county, extending
a short distance from the city to Disputanta,
on the Norfolk and AVesttrn railroad.
AUroN, Ga., Oft. 1. A fire swept
Barnesville yesterday. Assistance was sum
moned from .Macon and Griffin. Both de
inrtments responded promptly but reached
the scene too late to render much service.
About 1 o'clock yesterday- a spark from a
p-i'-tng (nguieo.-i'the Central railroad, set
tire to Six) bales of cotton on the depot plat
form. The fire rapidly spread and destroyed
four-fifths of the business portion of town in
two hours, involving a los of JloO,
01 "ii which there was a very
light insurance. The Barnesville
Gaettc, Odd Fellows halt and the post of
fice, were among the buildings burned. Th
heaviest lexers an W. R. Murphv fc Co.,
$30.VO, insurance $8,000; G. I. "Summers
and D. A. Mmnd. buildings. $25,000; A, O.
Marsh, bam. Sll.OnO, insurance $,C0O;
lagers A. smith, $10,000. insuranco S'i&OO;
R. J. Uiwell, building, Sil.OfiO, insurance
light, summers ,; Murphv, carriage fsctorv,
$-.0OT insurance $.'.000. Thir.y.fi."ei
buildings wire consumed.
Tlre is a thirtv thousand dollar fire re
tortes! at Acwertfi last night, destroving
stores of T. II. Tanner; latclifield & l'ut-
nsm. . Ixnnon . Co., insurance $20-00).
There is a -enous fire alsti at Cochran.
Sslt Lakk, Oct. I. TfieClawson Jmlyg
amy trial finished toxlay. A'erdiet not
renderetl y ct. The mother of the alleged
stsooud wife swore that sb isitd hr
daughter, when living with Cliwson, she
never inqtiiral whether the married him or
not. Tlie father of the accusssl testified;
nver talked with bis son about th matter
until after the indictment was out. Other
relative wr similarly. Priest Tavlor
said thre nsilil be no marriages at th? En
dowrrwmt house unless autlvenzM. Proba
Wv a bnndrcd could not recollect the nanv-t
of"tbca. George (. Cannon swore: Didn't
know about tb record of tht Endowment
house, wanted to rsmain ignorant, could cot
pro the nam of any one who oficiated at
the Endowment " bousve. Jiross E.
Cain, agm on the stand to-dar and rs-afirm-ed
ms former teti3xoTir. He said Ciawson
talkcsl lo lum about hit tvjonce. He ex
pressed dtsubt as t accurate langttag.
said if bad no doubt be told Ciawson M
didn't g-te a damn, ' he would tell the truth
Testimony of tb defenst- is mainly in-pearnmgwxln?s-s
of th prosecution- Af
tertlsy giA through tho larra iy the
eas i; far strong? than before the Sc-ise
oSered any totunony.
Chicagov Oct. la- Tfc Iteomtic eoo--r.sttwsl
tsnmites of tKs Kirst IDmstss
district have named AA'ro. X. Tfldec, aa tV
norriine of the party, the crtrigrnukisal con
ventiisi harm; p!sced the nattfr a tfcir
The Oa's park dcrcrny in charts of a
young bor. rnnam; Vtsrtsva th aty and
x-aiagf of Oak park, ran into a fat oJomitg
train nn the Elt Line railroad nr tb city
limits to-ajght. A put-cgr naraed Dickey
sr'ts killed and tbn had.carrosr tatpM-
Dcraorr, Ort. 1-i.The Vocrt (Mich)
gan) Lutheran CocaeSl t North Aeserica
this foresees heard tJ rsrsort ct lb Ger
man eomrrHtVe on totie asiatwsas. Propo-
eet torms lor bokwisi acu tacra op ana
mm! rubnes tHxsMi attd miaftoL Thit
a&cnvexse report ef ?"iisk atvd FissUh
bocv tassasotis srersr rsado, asd ct ti s-rci
gratl iBtsssott; also trrsss-rr report. Ae
tkro sxa takta tar tit taccrtSftarsmt. at tit
Iwdr. t I
Camdex, . J, Ort. 18. AVind to-day
and yesterday are fanning the forest fires in
New Jersey. Last night 'six fires could
be seen from AVaterford, and the people of
inax village are neans siuoae-si out. xxuo-
dreds of men are fighting flames.
St. Locts. O-A, 18. A bootblack fifteen
years old, was arrested here at an early hour
this morning. He say he was one of a party
of six boys Trhe lighted the fire which re
sulted in" the great lumber yard cocflagTa-
xion in vieseutuu, otrpseiuuer ou..
Reading. Pcnn., Oct. 18. Thi evening
an engine on the Philadelphia & Reading
railroad on which A"illiam Ketchncr, super
intendent of signal towers of the company,
was riding, ran into a mixed passenger and a
freicht train near Ecter. The e nirine was
partially wrecked. Kctchner was in-lantly
killcsl and several persons hurt.
Chicago, Oct. 18. In reply to telegram
from Toledo announcing an open X rak in
passrnger rates freiin that city to Mis-juri
river points, and declaring that it had K-s'n
provoked by the sale of thousand mile tick
ets of tlie Chicagev Burlington st Quincy
issue, Mr. Lowell, general passenger agent
of the Burlington, announces that no tickets
of their issue of anv description hive 1-en
placed on the market.
Vanderbllt Catting Liberal.
New Turk, Oct. 18. At a meeting of tho
trustees of the college of physicians and sur
geons this evening, the announcement was
officially mado that AA'm. U. A"anderbi!t had
given to that institution $500,000 as a build
ing fund. A site, including I'D city lets, at
sixty -eighth and Sixty-ninth streets and
Tenth avenne. has been purchased and it b
understood that building operations will bo
begun at an early elate.
Mystic Park Races.
Bot-Tos, Mass., Oct- 18. The closing heats
of two unfinished races at Mystic park was
trotted to-day in the -:-l clus,. pilot Knox
In theL.2.50 das there were but lire
starters. Storms, Hoosac and Foiharn hav
ing been drawn. Hastings won the liat and
race. Bijou taking second money, Alfred D
third, and Hopemont fourth
Brighton Beach Races.
Briohton- BitAcn,Oct.lS. Tins following
are tho races of to-day:
First race Furse $i"i0; two-y ear-olds,
three-foejrth mile. Myrtle wem by a hi ad;
Emmt-tt second; Paul Reman, third. Time,
Second race Purse $iVl, weights ts'U
pounds abov o the scale, selling allowance,
mile and a furlong. Lenny Foster won;
Barlev B. seconS; Norena third. Time,
Third race Purse $100, handicap, one
and one-fourth mile. Centennial won by a
a head; Lizzie 3Iack, second; Ikoyal Arch,
third. Time, 2:12.
Fourth race Purse $i50,threr-yrar-otddt
and upwards, welter weights, seven fur
long, Hazard won: Sugar Plum icconJ;
Josie Carter third. Time, lMj.
Fifth race lurse S'i'iO; handicap, mile
and a quarter, over five hurdles. Rochester
won by a h ad; Bailey second. Time 2.-3.
Railway Smash Up.
Lochviixe, Ky., Oct. 18. Meager par
ticulars of the disastrous accident at Put
namville, on the laniisvllle sV. Chicago road
have reaclu-d this city this morning. Put
minnille is a way station, one telegraph
office, located l.'il mile's freiiiitlus city.
The Courier-Journal' special sajs.lhe
Louisville express No. I, going south at 2.20
o'clock.'was thrown from the track at l'ut
tiarnville, going down an embankment of
seven feet. Tlie engine was badly wrecked.
The baggage i ar rolled os er one and a half
times, and the passenger coachis went on j
one side. The front trucks of the .Icepcr
loft the track. The engineer. James Chun h,
had three ribs broken; cxiiri-ss messencer, i
Charley Cutler, right hand mashed ; baggxgi
man buried under the baggage and bruis-d;
one hunureil passengers urutsee! atti
scratcheil. but not otherwise inlurcii. (en
doctor Frazicr and the brake-man i-scnped
injury. Tho baggage far took fire at enif
and fnlialf an hour th entire train, includ
ing tho engine, burned. The loss is $75,niiO.
The nccioVnt is thought to be caused by
tramps drawing a bolt out of the Switch and
throwing it ojMm.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Monty Market.
Xair Toaa, Octobsr 11, lssi.
Mosiav EaayatJMlfcrnt ,
Prustc MaacatTiLE raraa WC, ctnt
Snauto KsiiiasHia llnlli ts'Si nsnianJ
Govaa.'ssia'rr Iloius ejulft
U. S. J-jier.centa UrO JC
17 8 ts-ix-r-crntt. 11:.
J 1-per-centa Vfi',a. ..
State Saccainas Qnlet
Railwat Sict-aiTiEs Ixiwe r
Missouri Pari tie S't lion. Is luSSi
Hannibal A t Jusrj.li bomls lm
Ontral I'aelSc stocks '"s
Chicago A Alton . '-"
Chicago, llarlinirtun A gainer . Ils
ISsnTer A lllo Gramle B
Hannibal A 8t. JOKh ass,
Hannibal A St Josttb prrfrrrr! (asknl) ssi,
Mlstonri Pacinc '.
Northern TaciUe l
New York Central '.
Bock Isiaad 1111;
Union !'acln 5S
Wtttarn Union si's
Kansas City Oraio and Produce
Kassas Citv, October t". !"-
Th Daily Indicator retnrts
FLotM Dull and. anehanxrtl
W iicat l(Cf ipts, 45, "Ou bushels -, shlim.als,
ii.irtibashels; Inttore.tTM.ViuJhntbelt M.rset
wesirirrenulsr anklnwer; ire.1. rssh.
s.r uiu, ihi-,c tittu, eebuur,a .
aakrel, oembr, MstM'.s Ic
ts-,c: Janpsrr, ".-'. bid: Mar, '
r.l So J reI, cash li'.c bid, t-c
i.'rbid. Me,e aakrel, October, ai'.c bll, Uc
bid l ask.
t-c atke-1,. o-
Ttnlier. XTKlbid. tie asketli rTlsCtM. IV Md
No I toft and fash. lSe bid, eu'.i: atkrd, O--totssr,
Coas Itrreltiti, ft.svw bnshrlt i sliipmentt,
7,1'si bnshel. j in store, 'u.3.ei ", basbsls Mar
ket still wraiL, .stieloer ."so iresl. es.h,
Xijci October. J7es oTembr, ZTUe Wd sir
atkrd. rear M7C; Jannarr, i,l).A sied
Mar, S bid. .se asked, white mlfed. ssei
bllb rolled. .'.caske.i, rejected, Ud. Si
asked; 31c asket
Oats Cash, nominal, Nvrrmber. TSSe Ud,
Kansas City Lle Stock
Kassss ClTT, October U. !
Tbt .le-Srei ssflxfar retsirtt.
CATTta Receiptt, 1,17s, market 3rmer lor
trass ranire, and 10Iir hlnberi sjrvrs,
US; fCKsl to ChrviCA sblllplnr. at lt Wi
common to medlom, 5 swis.i, frrlers al.Ti
ijtt ij cows, l Uffi V. jrrsts Tests steert,
93 IS44 lj
Ucx.s Uecetr.lt, J.t'A. laajket weak trl a
tbade lower, lots ati-rglnr 11 Ja'tt
tuUlatl.iS'ri 'Jl; balk atll 7ft 4
SHEir Ueeell'U. JiOf market 'inlet) fs. to
pod mnttont at i T.xal a, eommon i .--
ttlt Oraia aad frodtct.
r Ixstnt, Oewbtr It
Ftora Market oaeJianced.
Wnasr Market losrtr, lnartlte. Xo.tr-l,
7(s,it77e cab, 7c October i TV'.stT?'. ctn.
beri 7'.7V Irmber, tuf,ii;e Jaaatrr,
closing at oattldot
Ceiax Market ofneel lower, bat rerosered,
aadctoel hlf ber for tbr jssr, and Ml sar
for the months! 47atss.c easb. ie. e-
br t .S4t'i. ricKtnir
Mili. rioalnzat U'.
at St bid ember.
:uils,, clotlnxat its.e. Jear, Bst. "-
U(at ItV Jaasarji -S
oats Marktt lower lw: a,-JCe 'sb.
WiNuteasber, wyeari t"',lMi)'
HacEirTs rtosr. ,tt barrelt t;wbett, '
botbelt f Born. 130o bstbeit , sits. ""
caaaelti rr, I,ii bushels barl'T. '""
SnirstisTs ricmr, 10,i btrrelt i ktt
17.tso bisbelt i ejorn, 7,'srf bsskelt , sU,
I.WWbasbeltirjr, I barlejr, none
Chlcafa Craus and Prodtct
Csticaoo 0-tUr I. I"
a-Uica Marker; jalet.
Wheat Market actlso weaker, loon Ie
lswett erlteo tssn oa U Ctala; trri ss
Wocsfl lnrlf Ui tay tradiaf txrars tii
.aarket fell '.e aatt ek.e-1 -wiuiia .", of itss!- i
arsrea Ortobr, Zsh4'J'.t, elot- tt "":
etTr.'.c. 5ostmbr. ;i-us7'.e, eioottc st .ssi
IeiB.r,7Sf;i:'. tlooiat at7t. Jaetsry I
7tsltS77. tlessini at TS'itt.tH. Mar, "S-I
fejoaief atV o Isrlnir. titstt . j
39k o s r3, . -so, 9, so
Cias-t'Etettitrl, UrweT, market at BJMt .
iaiekr, sfcttiti itTJ fr sod deellae es. ,
Sottabr lesl i',e. cioala !. lower yetr
ft!llc. elosisf SeluwrT Mar cJc-e-i sr - .
en eaoh tsouic tXiMat at 7si. oesr.
taSiaistc elotuar at l.)si Noseraber, n
sc cleiara: ossf itsr iSS', d
st se, Jssssn z,sss, elota m sTW. Jas.
rt . r ..j -.!. ..v ... f, ..
VtT"tet " ww4 mmo, .., ,.o. i
brr, S5S. StrstTaber, svarist-, er. .,
rase. Maj- r-,Si;r.io.iaata
KacEtiis rtoar IT.etuo ttrnlt , srteeat, ;t
oto bsukelt i con, I27.bat (ratlsela u, at. ,
babU ( rye, U.tOD busfcelt : t1r. . '
itwaT rioar, ll.uw barrtla i r1s.t, '
ll.aoa btwaol i eora, !. teostssis i ou.
at.aa rbaotvsit f, rt, tx eaakolaj watsrr.
Olut Uts !'.
Ortcossc. Ottokwe 1, tat,
T0 issiS't sweotf TpftM
Bono KtKslpU. .! akiwaaoata, tMX
surtot a aad weaaer.c lowerj rssaaa s..
lack at.aet k; plklg taA atssu..
a wssai Hi HcAt. 1 -vse, tUmpi!i
Cattus oasaru. -t okrataawaii. ym
traik im aiaeri otBtstfto. m mm'.m: mLJ..
mA rtLS siiTmm s ki . . . "atT
- - - .Mm4v a f,W M. - - - -. -. ur
ttwat fleriA, laMI tm fle 9 eTTr .WI i
W.i..f S m -
to. .ari ss4v assi.,,j7
W I ait itfll ii tie Bui. ail iltan
Bob ap Serenely.
We keep the
One lot uew Fall Prints
Another case Brocades
17 yds figured dress goods -1
lot white blankets (sold in this
city at 2.95) --,-.-.
i'Hold up your hands and Laugh. Gome and
New Plush Skirl,
We nam no prio, but oomt atid for ?0Orlf.
Ask For It.
Remember tho place, the only place,
21 Main St.
21 Main Street.
TAKE THE PUNK WALK
Pioneer Lumber Man
o etw Cw""'
CSTABLWIf Et IJ 1-7C
A Zm$ lttk i 7 LmW.
5-' L&zrilzLrJSf mwm-
21 Main St
ONE DOOR NORTH OF P.-O.
far. . aracaara
i. e Jicatot
HACKER k JACKSON,
Aa4 avli atat of
Ft. Beott lH if int.
aaW aWry ariBp EtaVPAra, Pv. pf,