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WICHITA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1S,18S4.
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MUS DK. SKXTOIf!
The noted magnetic healer, is located at No.
630 North Market street, where the aick and
uDerine may receive the benefit of her wonder
ful healing power. Charges reaaonable.
DIUS W. IUCIIUOXD,
Magnetic nliytlcian. Cures rilaaases of every
name and nature by magiietlc treatment, with
out medicine. Ills cures are speedy and per
roaornt. Find charges rersonable. Diagnosis
.and consultation free. I'artles from a distance
can board with him at reasonable rates. Office
on Mmih Waterstreet, Wichita, Kansas.
Attorney-at-law. Office on Donglss avenue,
i dry goods store.
vr. M JOHNSON, M. I).,
Homceopatbitt. Temple block, third atiir
way north of postofflce; Wichita. Kansas.
Office honra from 7 to 8 a. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 9
p. m Chronic diseases a si-eclalty. 123-tf
BIS. W. L. DOYLE,
Destiht. Office oer Itarnea i. Son
lore. Centennial Mock. Wichita.
I,, r. SIIEKWOOD,
Dentist. Office In Frrrelt Ralldlns;ouo;lte
postoffice. Main street, Wichita, hanuu.
Teeth extracted without pain by nitron oxide
G. W. C. JONES.
at-law. OOce In Eagle block, orer
Ilorey & Co. 'a dry goods store
Da. W. S. McBURNIE,
Formerly physician and surgeon to the Lonla
Tllle City and Marine hospital, and late health
officer of Springfield. Illinois, has located at
No. 19 Main street, opposite the postofflce,
for general practice. S)?cial attention paid to
gynecology, electric and galvanic baths. Of
fice honra 8 to lu a. m. and 2 to 4 r. m., and at
Dr. W. S. Meliorate has opened rooms at
No. it Water at. for the special treatment of all
Female diseases Hours S to 5 p. m. on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TEKRY A DUMO.VT,
Architects and Superintendents. Office in I
Hoys' block. Wichita, Kansas. 2-tf
D. W. SMITH,
Eagle building, lion-cla aTenue,
1 W JIIIAMS.
GEO. W ADAM.
ADAMS A ADAMS,
Attornejy at Law Mlllpiactlre Instateand
federal court Office in Kagle Illock, Wichita,
II AltKI- A HAI'ltlS A KIKl'IIAL'bll,
Attorneys at Ia', Commercial block. Wich
,f M BAMlKlLVTON,
Attokskvat law, Wichita, Sedgwick county
Kansas. Office In Centennial lilock.
U. W. COLUNOt,
hout. h. riATr
Attorneys at Law. Will piartlre in both fctate
and Federal coiirti. Office In Temple block,
Main street, second stairway north of i'ot
office, Wichita, Kansas
K. It KKNTZ,
I'hyalclan and Surgeon Office orer Fuller A
Son'sgrocery , i
J. J. CBIST.
Architect and Siiprintn1ent. Office, Fnill
Werner' block, Douglas uveuue, between 1o
;ieka avenue and Laurence bt., Wlclilta, Kan.
Dentist. Office In Temple block. 1-tf
STANLEY A WALL,
Attorney sat Iji w, Wichita, Kansas. Office
aver Citizens' bank.
o. D KIIIK,
Attornei at Ijiw Itoom No.
3, V. S. Laud
office building, Wichita, Kansas.
The riiotographer. Itcturea in all aires and
styles, lie alc.i carries the finest assortment
or picture fraiiiw in the city, Give him a
friendly call and examine samples. d-2-tf
J. D. HC3STOIC, r. W. BHTLKT
HOUSTON A JIKM LEY,
Attorneys at Ijiw Office over Kansas Na
tional bank, WichltaKan.
Contractors and bullders.on First street, west
of County building.
Fresco painter, M-rn writer ana designer,
Kaloniluiiw. P:-er hanging, eio Offlre. Gft-
ng. on iuugianve. ixi li
K. II. IlltOWN,
Auctioneer. Clearwater, Kansas. 10S-Im
.1. K. L.MJCiv.
ttorney tt Law, It-iittft. Kan"1!
i: C ItL'liUL!,
Attoruej'-al-Uw Offiiv over
htriet, VVIrhlta, Knnan
Dkhtist. Koonm In Field building, Main
street, oppose Harding A Kluher'a. 1S-.M-
W. F. WALKEU,
Attiirney at Law. Office over Kana Na
D. A. MITCHELL,
A ttorncy-at-law and collection agent. No. 14
Main atreet. Wlclilta. Kansas. 127-tf
It. C. SCHUOEDEU,
Physician and surgeon. Office and residence,
west aide, of Mala atreet In W. Winch'a new
bulldlng.near pout office. d-ltri- in
DK..T E. OLDHAM.
Office corner Lawrence and Douglas avenues.
Itesldcnco Topeka avenue, between Central and
Third, opposite J. U Mead'a residence, dllitf
hous? renting business,
Sentenced for Embezzlement.
St. Louis, Xov. 11. A St. Joseph Post
Dipatch special says: A. 1). bly, who
robbed the American express company, in
this city a vear ago, of $10,800, plead guiltv
of embezzlement ami grand larceny this
morning in tho criminal court nnd was sen
tenced to four year in the penitentiary.
ShootlnK and Cutting:.
Trot, X. Y., Xov. 11. Simon 'West, of
Wickers Ferry, Saratoga county, entered tho
hotel of George 11. Smith, of tliat place, last
night. Wet attacked Smith with a butcher
knife. Smith fired three shots at him, all
taking effect West is not expet ted to live
through the day. Ambro$o Berr attempted
to disarm "West, when he was shot through
the knee. The trouble is said to have arisen
over an election dispute.
Members of the Next House.
"Washiniiton, I). C, Xov. 11. Secretary
McPherson says that according to his fig
ures, subject to correction, but not likely to
bo changed, tbo Democrats will have" 183
mAMilxtfa in tint Mnf lwince lfavmitlir-lna
141. and a C.reetibaekcr. "Welter. This cives 1
the Democrats a mnjoritv of 41 over all.
The Kenublicans sram 22 over the trecnt '
representation, and the Democrats lose 17,
and the Grrenbrackcra or Independents lose
Avovsta. .Maine. Xov. 11. At 3 o'clock
this morning llnrri BurnUatally shot Kutut
IX. Lishncse, n policmiAn of ihieity. Burnt i
lived in a tenement called Old Fort, on tho .
east side of the river. A disturbance arose j
there and Lishncss and another officer went
to tho house to arrest Burn. Xot being able !
to gain an entrance at tho door, Lishncss )
ahoved tin a window and wa about to climb
in whon Burns shot, the bullet penetrating.
Curious Mystery. The board of canvaersof Wayne county
ScHExr.CTADT, X. Y.; Xov. 11. Alfred , bavo sent out committee to towns to recon
Chapman, well known and respected, aged J'cne tho Hupectorsto correct clerical errors
83 years, disappeared at Schenectadv Octo- in the returns. Xo change is expected in
bof 19th. Jacob Mohr, a farmer, is'suppos-1 figures already published,
od to have been drowned at Hoffinnn's ferry The official vote of Ontario county cannot
November 7th. In tho search for Mohr's he acertair.cd until to-morrow, the board ef
body in tho Mohawk river Chapman's body , canvassers having adjourned until 11.
was'found. The cae is mysterious. Chap- i The Monroe county board of suKTTisors
man had 1,500 and S39 was found on tho ntct to-day as a board" of canvassers. A mo
body, but nothing cau bo discovered of the tion to canvass the electoral votes first lot.
balance. Mohr's" ca'e 5s mvstcrious. The A point was raised, and sustained by the
explosion of a dynamito cartridge brought J chairman, that only towns whoe supervisors
tho body of Chapman to the surface. ' I had the original "certificates of tho returns
- - - . signed by the inspectors of election could be
m ,. . ,.-.,., ' legally canvassed. Onlv seven out of thirty-
Masteson Arrested , flve iUpwril0ri had f-ucll 0020, wlti,
Molttt krxo.v, N. 1., ov. 11. John thn. Three of these towns were canvassed
M. Masteson was arreted last evening on a and found nn right. Tfce b(1ar(j lherl nd.
chargo of fraud, perjietrated upon Chas. journed until to-morrow afternoon.
Hendricks, who deposited with the banking The supervisors of Columbia countv ad
BrmofJ. M. Masteson, in receiving from journed until to-morrow for corrected n
him a check for cne thousand dollars Fn- turns from first districts of Chatham and
day aitemoon last, wnen lie Knew nimseii
insolvent, and was about to make an as-'
lignment. The crime is a misdemeanor.
He was taken before Justice Shcppard. ,
Masteson waived an examination and ap-,
pealed the case to the county court, which I
xbmU the first of December." The matter
will be laid before the grand jurr. Mean
while Maitcson will b held in $5,000 bond.
Other charges are expected to ba xaad
gainst tho defendant to-day.
TOO PREVIOUS PALAVER
MAY PROVE A PLAGUE
the Democrats for Their
The Reports of the New York
Canvassers Not All In.
Several Daya Will Yet Elapse
the Official Vote Will
And Then, and not Until Then,
We Know Who Will be
the Next President.
Special Dispatch to the Dally Kigle.
Pratt Center, Nov. 11, 1884.
Pratt county's total vote was 1,000; Blaine's
plurality 30o. St. John's total voto ivas SO.
1 Martin over Glick 200.
New York Official Canvass.
York,"ov. 11. Tlie Jlnil and Ex
press says the official count of the ballots in
every countv of the state is now in progress,
and the work will bo thorough, neither par
ty yields nn each and every ligure will be
closely scruitized in all the counties of the
Schoharie, N. Y., Nov. 11. The official
canvass of the vote in Schoharie county
gives the full figures Blaine, 3,472; Cleve
land, 5,339; Butler, 37; St. John, 173.
Ualstojt, N. Y., "ov. 11. Saratoga coun
tv official canvaES give lilnine, 8,190; Cleve
land, 6,846; Butler, 92; St. John, 02i.
B alsto.v, N. Y., "ov. 11. The ingrin
county board of county canvassers met this
morning and adjourned until to-morrow
afternoon on account of incomplete re
turns. Aijiion, ov. 11. Orleans county official
vote Blaine (30 electors) 3,997; Cleveland,
2,908; Butler, 08; St. John, CG9.
Kochentkr, Nov. 11. Yates county offi
cial vote Blaine, 3,191; Cleveland, 1,918:
IJutlor, 10; bt. .loun, :m
Locktort, X. Y.j Nov. 11. Xiagaia
countv official yoto will be Blaine electors
each, o,8"r; Cleveland, eaeli. 0,193. Owing
to clerical crro'g in the returns, tin board
adjourned until to-morrow.
ItocilESTEK, X Y., Xov. 11. The board
of canvassers of Livingston county met to
day, but finding errors in some of tlio re
turns, sent them back for correction and
adjourned until to-morrow. Tlio chairman
of the board authorizes the statement that
Illaino's plurality in that county is 1,152.
New York, "Xov. 11. Several counties
have reported their official oanva.-s tip to
2 p. m., nut in none of them have any nota
ble changes taken place. In one "count
there were found irregularities that com
pelled an .adjournment until to-morrow.
These irregularities w ere, however, purely
technical. The machinery in Xcw York
and Kings county will move slowly, niul no
statement of thc'finnl remit will be oblnined
for some days.
Xew York, Xov. 11. Kings county board
of canvassers met to-day. A number of cit
izens wore present, as were also the counsel
representing the Republican and Democratic
national and state committees. John T,
McKans was elected chairman and the iihi.i1
committees were appointed, and the board
went to work to canvas. Tlio tjueen')
county board of canvassers was also organ
ized to-day and will probably complete the
election vote this afleimoon. The board of
canvassers of Suffolk county nUo got to work
to-day on the vote in their jurisdiction.
Lawyers aro present representing both Ito
pubunans and Democrats in (Jiieen and Suf
folk counties to see a fair canvass.
A week is usually conunicd in working
this city and in Kings county less time is re
quired. Four years ago tile official can
vass of the state was not completed until
after November 30, over a week distant.
Prominent law trs of both sides w ill watch
CoorKRSTOWN, X. Y., Xov. 11. The
board of canvassers of Otsego county as
sembled hero to-dav, but finding error in
returns, adjourned until to-morrow after
noon. SciiKNECTAiir, X. Y., Xov. II. The su
pervisors give tho official vote of Schenec
dy county: Blaine 3.VC0; Cleveland 2977,
St. John 100, Butler 40.
PlatimuJro, X. Y Nov. 11. The Clin
ton countv official vote gives Blaine 5903;
Clcvcland,"ol51; Butler, 19; St. John, 35.
Trot, X. Y. Xov. 11. The P.on.ellnr
county official vote gives Blaine 13759;
Cleveland, 13414; Butler, CSO; St. Jolin, 110.
Watkrloo, X, Y:, Nov. 11. Tlio Seneca
countv official vote gives Blaine 3309; Cleve
land, 3027; Butler, 69; SL John, 119.
Caldwell, X Y., Xov. 11. Tho Warren
countv official loto gives Blaine 3577; Cleve
land, 2793; Butler, 179; St. John, 123.
Xhtv York, Xov. 11. Putnam countv
Blaine 2103, Cleveland 1520, Butler 1,'St.
Tioga countv Blaine 4307, Cle eland
3379, Butler 204, St. John 401.
Oswego countv Blaine 9970, Cleveland
7444, Butler 200," St. John SCO.
Cattaraugus county Blaine 7408, Cleo
land 0005, Butler 872, SL John 930.
"Westchester countv Blaine 11250, Clew
land 12524. Butler 255, St. John 437.
lletunis from all tlio townseicept Ossin-
ing and -Sew (.nstlc arc canvassed and these
will not change tho result.
Kockland county Blaino 2593, Cleveland
;;u'j(, initier 's, fct. .loim 123.
Lewis countv Blaine 3854, Cleveland 3,
778, Butler 14,'St. John 114.
Wavne countv Blame 0843. Cleveland
4780. Butler 408, SL John 133.
Herkimer county Blaino 0138, ClewLtml
5328, Butler 50, St. John 327.
Onondaga county Blaine 1GS92
land 13105, Butler 99, SL John 001.
Alleghenv county Blaine 0008,
land 3SS6, Butler 73S, SL John 11S0.
"Washington county Blaino 7337
land 4----.'. Hutler llo, M..lolm 2.rw,
Essex countv Blaine 4551. Cleveland 2.-
770s Butler 61, St. John 65.
Madison countv Blaine 6008, Cleveland
4S04, Butler SO, Sl John 529.
Montgomcrr countv BIaino'5413, Clee
hind 5505, Butler 48, St. John 134.
Steuben countv Blaino 10017, Cleveland
9060, Butler 5S7."St. John 901.
Fulton and Hamilton counties Blaine's
plurality 1047, showing no change from
Chautauqua county Blaino 10.670, Cleve
land 5.S01. Butler 431. SL John 540.
Cayuga countv Blaine 0,200, Cleveland
6,041, Butler 421. St. John 691.
Livingston countv Blaine. 5,191, Clcvi
land, 4,039. Butler 116, St. John 875.
Schenectadv countv Blaine S.7C0. Cleve
land 2,977, Butler 41,'St. John 106.
Electoral returns from nine election di-
tricts were without tickets attached and were
sent back for correction. The board meets
The canvass of Duchess county is half
completed. Bcturas from several towns
were sent back to have clerical errors cor
rected. Wyoming countv Blaine 4,441, Cleveland
3,189, Butler 53, Stl John 483.
In Orange county the returns of several
towns and districts were sent back for the
correction of clerical errors. Xone mate
rial. In Ulster county some returns were sent
back to the inspectors, owing to irregulari
ties which do not affect the presidency.
The Democrats and Bepublicans are repre
sented by counsel.
Otsega county Cleveland, 7,307, Blaine
0,871, Butler 84, SL John 432.
Xiagara countv Blaine 6;875, Cleveland
The Queens county supervisors sent back
the returns from nine districts to the inspect
ors. In each case the inspectors had failed
to give tlio total number of votes cast
When the returns from the first district of
the First ward of Long Island City were
presented the council for the Kepublican
State committee questioned their validity,
claiming that they were not signedabv'a
proper! v qualified inspector. He said he fiad
been told that Henry, chairman of the board
of inspectors, had left the polling place, had
received no ballots and had not been present
when they, were counted, and that another
person had taken bis place and signed tho
returns without being a duly
qualified supervisor. McLaughlin sug
gested that the objections of the counsel
were interfering with the work of the board
and moved that the canvass proceed. This
course was adopted and no further notice
was taken ol counsels objection. luo
counsel also claimed that tho voto of Xew
Town was in exce-is of tho registry, but
upon inspection of the registrv books it waj
discovered that it was several hundred less.
It is now almost certain that there will be
no change in the figures ii already pub
lished, showing Cleveland's majority -to be
1,922. The board reconvenes at 9 a. m. to
morrow, and expects to make a complete
canvass of the electoral vote before noon.
In Richmond countv, tho chairman of the
board of canvassers invited the chairman of
the County Kepublican and Democratic
committees to witness the count which was
only interrupted by tho offering of four af
fidavits of men who declared thev voted for
Butler in Smithlield, but believed their votes
were credited to Clevclaud. The board of
canvassers took no notice of the affidavits.
The official voto declared as follows: Blaino
3164. Cleveland 5135, Butler 75, St. John
Fulton countv Blaine 4017, Cleveland
3524, Butler 33, SL John 227.
Hamilton countv Blaine 521, Cleveland
507, Butler 3, SL John 21.
The Ithaca, Xew York, board of canvas
sers of Tompkins county adjourned until to
The canvass of votes for presidential elec
tors in Broome and Chenango counties is
not yet completed owing to clerical errors.
The canvassers of Oneida county adjourn
ed until to-morrow, on account of detectivo
returns from the first and fourth wards in
Borne. The errors aro simply clerical. The
county clerks returns show" Blaine 13,780,
Cleveland 13,820, Butlar 189, SL John 891,
The Xiagaria county board of supervisors
adjourned without making a declaration
ow ine to irregularities. Tho figures given
for Cleveland and Blaino will doubtlei-s
The sub-committee of the board of county
canvassers met in Albany this evening. The
Twelfth wan! matter is considered. Tho
Democratic candidate, in whose favor the
chance of votes was made, refused to profit
by it. The effect will bo to elect the Kepub
lican candidates tor county treasurer and
coroner. Tho voto on presidential electors
will bo officially canvassed to-morrow. Thero
will bo 110 change a far as known. Plurality
for Cleveland . 650.
Xrv York, 12 in. Cp to this hour tho
result of ballots for presidential electors has
been declared in thirty-threo of tho counties
of th'n state. The last previous reports of
tbo county clerks showed a Democratic
plurality "of 1280. To-day the canvass
show a net lo-s to Blaine of lour vote. Tho
remaining twenty-seven counties with
two exceptions " have reported prog
ress and will for tbo most part
report the result of their canvass to-morrow.
To-day's reports speak of irregulari
ties us in form. o mention is made of any
serious discrepancy in the count. Several
counties which did not to-day complete
their official canvass report that tlicre
was no rea-on to believe that when com
pleted the figures would show any change
from those already given. Tlio canvassed
returns received by tho Democratic state
committee from twenty-four counties indi
cated a change of siv votes in favor of
Blaine, against sixty in Livingston county
in favor of Cleveland. Xo returns have
been received bv the Kepublican national
committee at Victoria hall, and chairman
Draper, of tho Kepublican state executive
committee could not be found. Gen. Knapp
stalwart Kepublican from Auburn, said he
believed the official canvass would mako no
material change in the published returns.
If there is anyliitch ho said it would bo in
New York and Kings counties. Up in tho
country tho people know twenty-four hours
after tlio closing of the polls what the result
is. I think it i.- a sure thing.
The official canvass b" the Kings county
board of supervisors of the returns in the
six wards examined to-day, beginning with
tho First, showed Cleveland to have 14,229
and Blaino 8.210.
Bitfalo, X. V., Xov. 11. The county
cativatsiTB began work on the Krie county
vote and to-night finished tho presidential
electors, without making any change from
linres heretofore given. Blaine bus a ma
jority of 1,190.
Dispatches to tho Courier confirm the old
figures in Cattaraugus county, 1,393 majority
Chautauqua countv gives 4.S09 mnjoritv
nnd Wi online county 1,252 majority for
Blaine. Blaine's plurality 25,110.
Tho following counties have vet to report
the official vote for presidential electors at
election: lbany, Broome, Chemung,
Chenago. Columbia, Curtland. Dela
ware, Duchess, Krie, Franklin, Gcne-ee,
Greene, Jefferson, Kings, Livingston, Mon
roe, Xcw York, Oneida, Orange, Osweg.o
Queens, SL Lawrence, Schuyler, Suffolk,
Sullivan, Tompkins and Ulster.
l, .,.., D..ro
" .,-.... iican office holders will be turned out.
Toi-eka, Has.. ot. el. Official returns . There may be some widows holding second
have lecti received at tho othec of the secrc- , cjM, "offices that will not be disturbed,
tary ol statu from sixty-two out of eighty- jUt tle;c ,; fcjow, wi10 i)are mRj0 molIPr
two counties in tho state. Of those, Martin, fcv fostering monopolies, to theso I expect
fcl I'll t'llltll) tVI LyI )VlllUi ll.t.1 -. ijlTt'S
Glick, Democrat, 84,122; Phillips, prohibi
tionist and (ireenbackpr, 6,810; Martin, over
Glick, 28,08.1. It n believed that the othe
!" 1 ue"t '
Uity to about
received 1.1,- 1
n, o,.m, mi.- 1
coiintie- will increase his plurality
:v,Ki. the 1 sinine electors n
400; I levelam. .U.Wu; M. John, o..ol; Hut-
ler. 11,46s. Blame 5 plurality, oO,194. It i
c-timati.il that the other counties will in
creuse Blaine's plurality to about 60,000.
The vote ot. the uth'r state officers in theo
counties f-. Kepublican, 121.047; Democrat,
7o,4.V; Prohibitionist and Greenback,
Clay Cextkr, Kas., Nor. 11. The Dem
ocrats had a big jubilee last night over the
result in New "York, notwithstanding Col.
Martin's official majority in this county
over Gov. Glick is j27. The ratification
wa enthusiastic and orderly.
Seattle, Xov. 11. The election i still
d oubtful in this territon . The chances arc
in favor of Voorhecs, "Democrat, for dele
gate to congress. Tlio only iue between the
two parttes was that of railroads the Dem
ocrats and disaffected Kepublicans who de
manded the forfeiture of the land grant
which elapsed over seven years ago. They
have probably won their fight. Voorhees'
estimated majority COO.
lhtiLADELrniA, Xov. 11. Officia! return
from all the counties in the state, except
ullivan, which is estimated at "ISO plurality I
for Cleveland, give lilame a plurality on
ntJAi. mu imiLuuBui! ""
loriiy ot iwcivein uie ter.aie anu eignu -one ,
111 lllfj UUUM A 11U tit&fc wniKiuu i;nr-
gation will be twenty Republicans, eight
Democrats, a Republican gain of four.
St. Paul, Minn., Xov. 11. The official
canvass of the votes cast in Minnesota at
the late presidential election docs not begin
until one week from to-morrow. The re-
I turns are not all in yst. Blaine's majority
In those heard from'is over 61,000 and" it Is
thought it will excd 5C.O0O.
Sax Francisco, Nov. 11 Corrected re-
turns from the counties in the first congres
sional district of Calafornia, give Henlv,
Democrat, fifty-nine majority. The!RepuD
licans concede his majority, but will insist
on a reaount. Hencly will be tho sole rep
resentative in Congress of the Democracy on
tho Pacific coast.
Trestox. Nov. 11. A mandamus was
granted by tho supreme court to compol the
Hutchinson county board of canvassers to
canvass tbo votes of that county for presi
dential clecton and congressmen!
Galtestox, Nov. 11. Offical returns of
onlr thirty-two counties nre in. Thev give
Cleveland 67.872 votes; Blaine 26,344." At
the present rate Cleveland's plurality will be
about 105,000. ' 1 1 ,
lxDiASArous, Nor. II. Tho attendance
from outside of the city at the Democratic
state jollification to-day is not so large as was
expected. Tho streets are full of people,
however, and a liberal displav of decorations
made. The speaking will ta"ko place this
afternoon from a stand in tho circle, by
Hendricks, Voorhecs, McDonald and G-ay.
The indications are the torch light proces
sion to-night will be an Immense affair.
The Democratic state iollificatioy hero to
day was largely attended, but there were not
a great number of visitors from outside of
the city. Between three and four o'clock
this afternoon the meeting was organized at
Circle Park, where Gov. Hendricks was in
troduced and spoke as follows:
I take great pleasure in expressing to the
chairman and members of the state com
mittee my appreciation of tho taIuo of their
great services in this" contest. Tho Democ
racy of the state should thank them. For
myself, I take an opportunity also to express
my obligations to tho voters of tho state.
Indiana to-day is Democratic, it is Demo
cratic by a go'od many thousand majority.
Cleveland and Hendricks have been elected
President and vice-President of the L'nited
States, and have received theAOtc of Indiana.
Next to that wc have tho election of. tho en
tire state ticket from governor to the close of
the ticket. Wo have nine congressmen out
of thirteen. We have both branches of the
legislature, and that means that we have Mr.
Voorhecs also. We have great results in
several counties of the state, and if this was
not a celebration of a state victory I would
refer to the glorious victory that the
crats have achieved in Indianapolis. Of all
tho blows the Kcpublicaus have received the
loss of Marion county is tlio hardest to
them. Ax a result of the national election,
I wish to say to you that tho value of public
securities has already advanced. Many who
do not think rightly said the effect of our
victory would be to reduce tho value of
United States securities. Such we seo hay
not been the effect of tho election. A cer
tain set of men is no longer to ho allowed to
control this government.
Tlio doctrine of this country Is that the
rule of majority is to bo reec"ted, and now
tho majority lias caused itself to bo under
stood. The majority will rule and when the
balance shall turn to the Kepublican party
and that party shall have a majority wo shall
respect that expression of tho people's will.
It has been decided that tho pcoplo are ca
pable of managing their own election, and
From this time on the United States marshal
is not to deputize any secret agents to inter
fere with our elections. Thero never has
been in Indiana a canvass in which there
has been so much slander, scurrility and un
truth. It has been tilled with charges not
sustained by any facts. I never, so far as I
was concerned, turned to tho right or to the
left because of them. I know that mnnv
tliings that were being said against myself
aooui niy loyally, aoouc my dovotion to
the country, were understood , by the people.
Wc havo learned in this contest that truth
is stronger than lip3 and a party that here
after reaches power will reach it by truth
and not by lies.
Tho Democratic party, I believe, will
como into power. It sincerely desires re
form. The watchword of tho "party in this
contest of eight vcars ago with Tililcn and
Hendricks, has been reform, executive, ad
ministrative and revenue reform, honest
construction of laws and honest administra
tion of them. The revenue now collected
exceeds the wants of an economical admin
istration by 585,000,000. Because of this
tho Democrats say let there be revenue re
form; let that reform consist in part in a re
duction of taxation. Tho Democratic party
this year came before the country with a
clear and straight forward statement of the
reform " they intend to accomplish. In the
national platform they declared what reform
they would have. It" was. First, that the
taxation should not exceed tho wants of the
govcrment economically administered; Sec
ond, that taxation shall bo for public pur
poses alone, and not for private gain or ad
vantage; Third, that in the adjustment care
shall bo taken to neither hurt labor nor
harm capital; Fourth, that taxation shall bo
.heaviest on articles of luxury and lightest
on articles of necessity.
When at the great'eonvention at Chicago
this banner was put into the hands of Cleve
land and Hendricks, wo took it to carry
before the peoplo and to rise or fall with this
glorious banner. That banner I havo carried
over Indiana wherever I have gone; I have
preached that as the true doctrine of the
spirit of taxation and the result has been
four, five, or sir thousand Democratic ma
jority in Indiana. This is our doctrino on
the subject ot taxation, and it is right that
tiie people should understand this question.
My countrymen, I cannot express to vou
under how much and how great an obliga
tion! feel to-you. I did not desire the nom
ination for vice-president. Several voices,
"You will be president four years from
now."! It became inv duty to accent it and
J went, as far as I" could, over tho state and
spoke to the people frankly, as I have always
spoken on public question"?, and to vou, and
to the men and women and children who
aro at home, I tender mv heartfelt thanks on
Following Mr. Hendricks, Governor-elect
Gray made a short speech, in which he
"The time is near at hand when the Dem-
, ocratic party will havo the opportunity to
carry uui m reiorm. 111c pica IS put up
that" we will turn the Kepublican office hold
ers out. Of course wo will. This has been
the contest between the parties. Tho Ke
publican nartv in its twenty-four years lease
j of power, has "filled all places with Republi
can, and wnen the Ucmocrutic party obtain
power on the fourth of .March next," we will
expect from that time on, as rapidly as
! possible, that the offices will ba filled with
T ,l,,'t T..t ,V..t nil 1,,V.
the Democratic administration to ay, 'pack
your grip sack, get your Saratoga trunks
ready: vou mar i?o to tho rotlii'-n bv tho
sea 'or a"'hi'0 OT f your health is not good
TOlI n,ar g0 to Kurope, or if you don't want
to do that you may take Horace Grely's
njvice aud ct west: when vrc need vou nain '
ajT;ce nuj wcM; whcn wo ncoJ ou an
. .;ii a ,-.., ,. t. J
wo will .end for vou.
Other addresses were mado by local speak
ers. Xcither Mr. Voorhees "nor Mr. Mc
Donald pok. At nicht there was a torch-
light parade, which Mr. Hendricks reviewed
from the stand on Washington street. ,
There was a great crowd on the streets and .
iitutu t-utuu-iauj. .r.ier wiui: p?i-si:u uu
in good order.
After the parade, brief addresses were
I made by Voorhees, Hon. Joseph F- Me
, Donald'and others.
Preparing For Work.
York, Xov. 11. To-dar st noon
the board of aldermen trere 'worn a a board ,
of canva-ers. Charles B. aitc, Bcpubli- '
can. trw elected chairman of the board. The
room vvas filled with lawyers interested in application for infantry and cavalrv at Fort
tha count, and spectators. Among the law- , Leavenworth. He mention the "encamp
yers representing the Kepublican national , mentj of the Mtaois XatJocal uard during
ami siaie nnamiuect were luiiira ju
:vrt, Col. Geo. BIws .Kobt. Swell CUr-
The Democratic national and ftatw commit
A -.. ...m... -..w 'vmw.
tee were represented by Gen. Fr-iaci C
Barlow. Franklin Barlow A
p-. Fnu-cj, Scott. Francis 1
aron J. Vander-
T ".tetirtn FA.
. n.-on ami J. fl Carter.
A resolution was offered that nono but
tnoe having uu-icess with tee board should
bC allowed to remain in the room during its
sessions; this was laid on the table. Kcqni-
aite committees wcr? appointed on pro-
testa Mdsupcrriginfr of thj returns, etc.
"Wm. P. Xick, of Tammany, read a protest
against anvvous Deing counted that were
cast for W. R. Grace for mayor, on the
ground that it has been publscaly and
semi-official! v asserted and believed by many '
people that Grace was not a caturalixed cit
txen; this suiter was refarred to the com- .
raittee on protests. The board then ad
journed until to-morrow.
Arrangements in Washington
Of Applicants for Departmental
Service in the South
Annual Report of Major General Scho
field'e Military Division.
Bonds Voted in Harper County
Aid the Sunflower Railroad.
.Special Dispatch to the Daily Eagle.
AxTHoxr, Ks., Xov. 11, 1884.
The bonds for the Fort Scott road was
carried in Anthony and Silver Creek town
ships by four to onft.
"Washisotox, D. C, Xor. 11. A series of
examinations for applicants for depart
mental service at Washington has been
arranged for December for west and
south as follows: Monday, tho 2d,
at Des Moines; Wednesday, tho 3d, at Oma
ha; Friday, the fith, at Denver; Friday, the
12th, at San Francisco; Wednesday, the 17th,
at Los Angeles; Monday, tho 22d, at Fort
Worth; Wednesday, the 24th, at San Anto
nio, and Saturday; the 27tb, at Houston.
These examinations, will be of two grades,
"limited" aud "general." The limited is for
copyists, at a salary of $720 to 900 a year,
and the general is for clerkships, at a salary
of $1,000. Persons desiring to mako appli
cation and be examined at these examinations
can obtain application blanks and a copy
of tho civil service law and rules and regu
lations, of tho postmaster at either of the
places named, or of the civil service com
mission at Washington, and as in case there
will not be time to admit of application
being forwarded to the commission and
notice of examination being returned to
applicants, the application, duly executed,
may be brought to the examination and de
livered to the chief examiners.
The estimates of the expenditures of the
Sostal service for tho fiscal year beginning
uly 1st, 1885, are as follows: In tlio office
of the postmaster general, $271,600, office of
first assistant postmaster general, 23,095,000;
principal items aro for tlio pay of postmas
ters, 1 3,uw,uw; pay cierKS in tnepostomces
53,300,000; frco delivery and letter carriers,
$4,535,000, offico of the second assistant
postmaster general, SS0,294,269: principal
items being railroad transportation, $15,
684,205; star routes, $5,900,000; railway pos
tal car service, 1,875,000; nnd pav
railway postal clerks, $4,282,a0O.
of the $44,282,300; officethird assistant post
master gcnral$l,338,400;offices superintend
ent of foreign mails $600,000. Total 69,099,
169. The estimated amount will bo provi
ded bv the departmentfrom its own reve
nues (including $400,00 from money order
6crvico) $51,2(3,650. Estimated excess of
expenditures to bo appropriated out of tho
general treasury to supply the deficiency in
tho postal revenue $4,825,639. Total appro
priations tor tho present year4 ,U40,4tX),or
$7,059,769 less than the amount estimated
necessary for tho next fiscal year. Tho
principal items of increase aro compensation
to postmasters $2,0001000; pay clerks
in .postoffices $400,000; free deliv
ery. system $535,000; railroad transportation
$2,934,006, which includes compensation to
the Pacific railroads which heretofore had
been certified to by, the, secretary of tho
treasury and pay of railway postal clerks
$382,300. Tho financial "officers "department
say certain items included in estimate of
the present fiscal ycar,such as compensation
to postmasters and railroad transportation
an amount which was arbitrarily fixed by
law were reduced bv congress in tho post-
office appropriation bill to tho extent of
several million dollars, thus making appar
ent tho difference between tlio appropria
tions for the present year and tho estimates
for the next year considerably larger than it
would bo under normal circumstances.
Hon. .Tames Schuyler Crosby, flr.t assist
ant postmaster general, took the oath of
office to-day and began to discharge his offi
A decree of the supreme court of the Dis
trict of Columbia, adjudging insane .1. O. P.
Burnsidc, late disbursing officer of the post
offico department, now- under indictment for
embezzlement, was presented to the secretnry
of tho interiorto-day, and upon his authority
Burnsidc was committed to the government
hospital for tho insano as .111 insane person
The counsel for Gen. Swaim laid before
tho president an argument against tbo legality
of the court-martial appointed in his cms".
The point made is that tho court has been
ordered by the president and the president is
not empowered to order such court, except
in cases where a commander is accused or is
the accuser. They represent that in thi
case the secretary 6f war is the accuser and
the proper person to make the detail
of the court. Tho president has taken
the matter under consideration and will
have a conference with the secretary of war
upon the subject to-morrow.
J. II. Saunders, agent of the l'nited States
department of agriculture to attend to the
international exhibition at Hamburg, in a
report recently submitted to the commis
sioner of agriculture, savj: So far as I
could gather, it is generalfy conceded that
whenever an inspection of our pork is made
under a careful governmental supervision
similar to that now made by the German
authorities, thero will be no objection to its
sale in Germany. Indeed, it strikes me that
were such restrictions mado there would bo
such a stronz pressure broucht to bear upon
the German government bv their own peo
ple that tho embargo would be speedily re
moved. McPherson, secretary of tho Kepublican
Congressional committee, saya that lnun the
most authentic information he has been able
to secure, the next house of representatives
will consist of 182 Democrats, and 111 Ke
publican?, 1 Greenbacker, Bruium, of Penn
sylvania, and 1 Fusionisf, Weaver, of Iowa,
'flic Democratic majority over all will be
39. As compared with the membership of
the variouj parties present in the house, this
estimate siiows a loss of nineteen tote to
the Democrats and four to the Independent
and a gain of twenty-two to the Kepublican)
and one Fusionist vote.
The annual report of tho superintendent
of the free deliver-service show an increase
of five in free defivfrr postoffiee. and 210
more carriors than during the preceding
vear. Tho total cost of this branch of the
service is $3,501,200. The average co-t of
The excess of
co,t of the set
ch piece is two to three mm.
receipts from po-tage over the
service u ?I,-iJb. I he presi
dent appointed A, X. Glenn po-tma-ter at
Mound City, Mo.
MX,, Xov. 1 l.-The annual report of I
Jenerai Schofield, commanding the
, of Missouri, published toUv.
treat of the operations in that division dur-
ing the past year. The rosttr of troops in
the division shows 7 regiment and 2 com-
pames of cavalry: 19 regimenU tr.dlB.m- j
psnyof infantry; J batteries of field arti'lerr.
The report urges the neces,ty forliu-ral!
and barracks for the troops m the divia-ra.
He refers to thedesUtutecondmort of certain
Piatte. and urges means for their relief. He
lllliUUl U1LTO1 111 UlC n.-lJi.l..-ll. VI 111' .
trrget the neceitv for a practical school for ,
field artillery, tahtoncu after schools of ,
the months of Jur and Auitlil. wnen Ue
inspection of troow occurred by Lieut-CoT.
jmue,. oi .s r.igniu cavKirj. jviirrai
Schofi'dd in this connection ianle attention
to the importance of chools for the vcral
states. The urgent need j for the education
of both officers and mea la the om of the
modern ri5c in field taanonverne3arv to
maVe the 5re of the ri2e elective; ana ta
the detail of arnsv life both in camp and m
rw.- -. nf T.k iiulnrtinn
to vouag men between 17 and 20 vcars of
age'would caaVe, he urges, excellent sbldwrs,
f- more valuable than many timft- tbeir
number of untraLied militia. "The Govern -
meat mu-jht weil s;ive rea.0J!bie aid to 15k-
cJuxili in money, raihlary .materials and
experienced instructor such as would msJte
u system inexpensive to kim.
HA-tpra. Ks. Xov.ll. SieriJ J. S. Gard-
cr had quit ccrrel experHace Sunday,
Since the heavy rote in favor of Harper for
the county scat, the present county scat
people have been greatly disturbed for fear
the sheriff would carry" over the records.
Consequentiy when he'went to his office last
aunuay neiounu the wnoie building lociced
solidly. Procuring an ax he broke in the
front door and found the room full of armed
men. Getting inside he told them they had
but a very few moments to vacate, whe'reup
on they jjeaceablyretired.
S. X. VanKirk" superintendent of public
instruction of this county, was jailed in
Harper yesterday on a charge of forgery and
embezzlement. It is charged ho signed the
names of the school officers to an order for
$500, drew the money and used it. A pre
liminary hearing will" be had to-morrow.
Cleveland, Xov. 11 Horace P. Weddel,
of tho banking firm of Everett sfc Weddel,
which recently failed for upwards of a mil
lion, called last evening at tho residence of
Sylyc-terT. Everett, vice president of the
Lnion Xational bank, one of Everett's
brothers, and until about a year ago con
nected with tho firm. Whilo discussing
business affairs at the door, Weddel suddenly
drew a revolver and aimed at Everett with
murderous intent. Everett wrested the pistol
away and called for assistance. Weddel was
taken to his homo on Euclid avenue and a
physician called, who pronounced him labor
ing under temporary aberration of the mind.
onun lever ensueu, ana aunougu vreauei is
easierto-day, ho is critically ill. Supposed
brooding over bis financial losses brought on
New York Notes.
Xew York, Xor. 11. The Republican
national committee have moved to the Vic
toria hotel. Chairman Jones, Senator Ho
bcrt, and Messrs. Elkins, Chaffee, and Con
verse, are to-day awaiting tho reports of the
official count of the state.
Hon. Emery A. Storos in an interview
this afternoon, said: "It is the duty of Blaine
to insist upon a fir count, for he has not
been running for fun, but as the represent
ative of some millions of people."
Tlio Democratic national committee to
day issued a call to those interested in
Cleveland and Hendricks for money with
which to defray the extraordinary and un
expected expenses occasioned by the threat
ened dispute of the electoral" vote of tho
state of Xew York.
Xewbcro, X'. Y., Xov. 11. At about 4
o'clock this morninij a heavy emigrant train
going west on the West Shore, broke in two
aud stopped at Cornwall station. Owing to
the train men neglecting to send back a
danger signal, the heavy freight train follow
ing ran into the passenger train, completely
wrecking it. Most of the passenger cars and
the engine of the freight train were over
turned "into a deep ditch, with several freight
cars. The track is not obstructed. Xo lives
Kansas Citt, Mo., X'ov. 11. In conse
quence of tho complications from the rate
war between the Chicago and St. iLouis, the
Burlington has again withdrawn from the
Kansas City agreement. The remaining
members have agreed upon a rato of $5 to
Chicago nnd S4 to St Louis being a further
cut ol one dollar.
St. Louis, Mo., Xov. 11. A conference
was held here to-day by J. W. Midgley,
commissioner of tho southwestern associa
tion; Geo. Olds, traffic manager of tho
Missouri Pacific, and Geo. Xettlcton, presi
dent of tho Kansas pity, FL Scott & Gulf,
in regard to the division of business between
Missouri river points and southeastern as
sociation, and an arrangement was entered
into under which Xettlcton made a con
cession to tho Missouri Pacific on tho Texas
Pacific Tho old agreement with this modi
fication was then renewed, but just what di
vision of the Texas business was made has
A Voter Intimidated.
,Xj:w Yokv, Xov. 11. Joseph W. Kigbt,
Jr., of Babylon, L. I., is an enthusiastic
Democrat, while his father, who is over
sixty years old, is a Kepublican. On elec
tion Jay Joseph locked his wcrtby progen
itor in a room of his house and "thus pre
vented him voting. A committeo of Repub
licans called with a carriage to convey the
old gentleman to the polls. Joe forbade
the eomuiitteo to enter the house. The
committee went away and novvtliey say they
will have Joo arrested for intimidating a
Hai-tkord, Conn., X'ov. II. The official
returns at the secretary of state's office show
that the Kepublican" candidates for state
secretary, treasurer 1 nd comptroller, voted
for a week ago, have pluralities over the
Democratic candidate's of about 125 each.
Waller, Democrat, for governor, was the
only one on the ticket getting a plurality.
The legislature will havo the choosing of
tho entire state ticket. The legislature is
Galvesto.v, Tex., Xov. 11. A special to
the Galveston Xew a from Longview says:
Dr. J. II. Allison, a prominent and much
i-stet-med citizen, was assassinated this
morning by Jim Fittcrly, a disreputable
character. Tho doctor was just entering his
office when Fittcrly stepped up behind tiim
and shot him three times through tlio heart.
No cause is assigned for tho diabolical act.
Fittcrly escaped the officers. Bloodhounds
are in pursuit.
Chicago, Xov.JII. Diphtheria has broken
out among the pupils of one of the public
schools and vcral fatal cases are already
reported. The health department official's
are considering the advisability of closing
the schools, and tho health commissioner de
clares that tho disease is certainly epidemic
in the city. One family is reported as hav
ing lot six children out of seven in past
two weeks through the disease.
The Storey Will Case.
CniCAOO, 111., Xov. 11. In a heating of
the Storey will case to-day. Judge Trumbull,
counsel for Jlrs. Storey, at the request ot
the court, produced a will, antedating the
present; bv which the entire etate. includ
ing the Time, was bequeathed to the
widow, but with the provision that she wa
not to marry again. Thero was not a mad
clane in the will, a in the case of the latest
La Croxr.. Ks., Xov. 11. Mrs. Lillian I
Miller, wife of Geo. J. Miller, one of the
most widely known buin men of La
Cygne, died at her home in this city this
morning of typhoid fever. Sho wa a
daughter of C. J. liewis, Sr., of St. Joseph,
Mo.", esteemed by all who knew her and her
death has occasioned a feeling of deep gloom
in this community.
Bounclnsr tho Bolters.
Xew Youk, Xov. 11. At a meeting of the
Republican general committee of Kings
county to-night. State Senator Albert Dog
gett moved to drop from the rolls the name
of al! those members who votid for Cleve
land. Alexander Fonnan and Edwin Pack
ard, latter a d'degate to the Kepublican
Chicago convention, admitted that they did
no.t "W. rP,ne: T.hs WlT
fI- " ,,Tbc 'T""" - r,J YtJL?
r' "f1 Henri srd Itech"
Clxt Ce57KE, Kt Sor. iiTh. CUr
coan.x hori.ll0rn Dndm association h-!d
Ju UJ-lia, ,e u prcceded by a crand
iT1 ,rad,of .hort-horn cattle W by
b,m. 'f mu.ie. CoL P. Muir, Mimn'
no;ed Ml,roAa f;.3?rij .McDoeU. the
Gr5!rortS and other breeder, from abroad
.,,. I, - ... I!.n - -
fr"m sll otct centra! Kansas.
Died En Route.
?r. Ijow, Xov. 11. A Quiocy jpecal to
the Post-D'upitch sy Ilcr. Jame Johrjon,
ag-d TO. of Vlpara:or IiuL, died on the
Hannibal and fit. Jowph tram thU BVirnisg,
, ,t 2 o'clockof wmorrtge of lU laa.
The bodr -uras brought hers and aa iaquet
LeSd. Jin wue and ctuorea accos-apsoj-wj
Tj"n4Tru.-c, Xov. 11- The CouHer-Jot-tr-naT
Sfilie-iburr. Ky7 specal ay: Tb
whole of tb bei buiines tqnar of tbia
I nliTe Tnl dtroTd or 2.TL. IOt- sJjJUCKk
. . i.
j partially iMureii.
' Cmc0o, Xor. 1L John MeCcdJooj-h
toafc bresVtast at tbe-C hieaip ciuti ai coon
j txeday. It ts taoc-t SeM Jus way to
1 St. Luuif, bent on acting.
- TVA-T!tTOt, Xov. 1L Miatocri. tor
iwcalher, light varbie wiai. slijit ciacpa
Maud S.-2:09 1.
Lsidtotox. Kv., Xor. 11. Maud S. has
roved herself a greater mare than even her
ate owner, Mr. W. H. -Vanderbilt, or her
nrescnt owner. Mr. Robert Bonner, even
thought she was. Hiram Woodruff, the old- j
time trainer of trottintr borsas. laid it down
as iron-clad law that you could novcr have a
fast mile after frost had struck the ground.
Last week ice formed repeatedly and took
the elasticity out of the ground". The day
was bright "for Xovember, but the expert
does not look for muscles to be flexible when
Indian summer comes. Thero was a large
gathering of the very best peoplo of the
Blue Grasa region at the fair grounds track.
At 11:80 Bair came out behindthe queen and
garo her a warming up mile in 2-26. The
judges and timers were Major McDowell,
Col. R. West and W. H. Wilson. In tha
opposite stand Mr. Bonner held his watch
flanked on both sides by Gen. J. Robinson, j
M. L. Broadhead, " Mr. Richard An- j
derson and Hamilton Busby. Tho con-1
ditions under which the "performano j
was made, were written in the record book.
Maud S. will start to beat her own record of i
2.-09 and should sho beat the record. Wood- f
burn farm, where sho was bred, will com- t
memoratc the acbiovment by awarding to 1
her, through tho Kentucky Trotting Horso
Breeders Association, a cup with the time j
made by herengraved thereon. Bair joggc-d.j
around the track, went to the head of the-1
stretch, then came dowtt and nodded for the .
word. The great marc did not make a sin- 1
trie mistake. Tho time of the first ouarter
was 32 seconds, and of the half milo 101;
the three-quarter pole was reached in 1:37,
and here Mr. Bowcrman joined with runner
hitched to a sulky. The finish wai strong
and the iudses "stopped their watches at
2.-09. Tbo major.ty of outside watches j
maaotne time sva -ine scene wnen me
queen returned to the stand for Buir to
weigh was indescriable. The crowd tilled
the quarter stretch and shouted til! tbeir
throats wero husky. It wn the gr-atest
performance of the kind ever witnessed in
the world, and the Kentucfcians shouted as
only Kentuckians can do. Mr. Bonner's
first congratulatory dispatch was to Mr.
Vanderbilt. The'mare will now be turned
out for the winter.
Paris, Xor. 11. Up to noon to-dav there
were thirty-six deaths from cholera, includ
ing those in hospitals.
Victor Guiuhard, senior member of tho
chamber of deputies, died to-day while con
versing with his colleague at "Palais Bour
bon, aged 81.
There have been six fresh cases ot cholera
since midnight and fifty-six deaths. Tho
victims of the epidemic are mostly illy fed
or dissipated, and rarely of robust constitu
tion. Tho council of ministers to-day approved
tho principle of imposing an increased duty
on cereals, so as to aflatd the agricultural in
terests the samo degree of protection as is
given to other industries.
Cairo, Xov. II. Another attack was
made by tbo rubels upon Souakin last
night, which was promptly repulsed, and
tho Egyptian cavalry are now in pursuit of
the flying enemy.
Dublix, Xor. II. Patrick X. Fitzgerald,
a Fenian suspect, arrested in London last
April, on a charge of treason and fejonr,
wa3 acquitted. Owing to his acquittal,
crowds abandoned tubbercuro cases and all
prisoners wero released. They weru receiv
ed by their friends with great rejoicing.
Berlix, Germany, Xov. 11. Tho Imper
ial board of health "of Germany and Aus-tra-Hungary,
are acting in concert in an en
deavor to adopt measure to prevent the
cholera from securing entrance into cither
Fat Stock Show.
CniCAUO, II!., Xov. 11. The annua! fat
stock show opened in the exposition building
hero to-day. Tho exhibition is much larger
and finer than ever before. It is especially
notlceablo 111 the good representation ot
Polled Angus and llolstcin cattle, whicli
havo not hereteforo appeared In thesd com
Ciiicako, Xov. 1 1, The Xews lias official
returns on the vote vote for president in
this state from all counties except Cook,
which includes Chicago, with u cloo esti
mate on tho vote in Cook county tho result
is as follows; Blaine 37,475, Cleveland 812,
M'J, Butler 1140C, St. John 11,7.11.
St. Louis, Mo, Xov. 11. The vote of this
state will not be canva-scd till all tha re
turns aro received by the secretary of statn
It will probably be a week beforo'nll arc in
San Fr.A.NX'i-co, Ca!., Xov. II. With
tbreu counties to hear from, tho Xevada
legislature iias a Kepublicuii majority on
joint ballot of thirty-two.
Milwaukee, X'ov. 11. The official re
turns of forty-seven out of sixty-six counties
indicate that Blaino will hive about 1400
Poktlaxi), Or., Xov. 1 1. Unofficial re
turns trom every county in tho stale give
Blaine a plurality of 2,lu0.
Detroit, Xov. 11. Twenty counties out
of eighty giva Blaino a plurality of -1700.
Auousta, Mc, Xov. II. Mr. BlaiiKi re
mains quietly at home. He appear to ho
waiting tiku everybody else, and occupies
hinise.lt about his orduiary utljirs ami in
entertaining friends whocalL
markets" by telegraph.
Kaatat City Grain and Produce.
JC."i)i Cur, Noeint-r l!,lsil.
Tht Dalit Inductor report
Fioca Dull and weak balen 1 car faacr at
"iVmbat KeceljiU, 3i,fuH battirln; sblpnieat,
SS.uuU baaliela; tc tore, Oj.Imj batbeU, mark
et more ttadjr (-t-Df rally h)Kj-r, So. 2 ml catt,
X: ovenber, -v tilil, M'. k-U I - uitrr,
MX; January, S3 bid, a'i aitced, il;, tut
HOH; S I cash, WH bid, u 4, J7 bid, sl
od; rejected, 3! ,io. aon,;
Com Jteeelpli, II, iW baabcU; siiipmmtt,
la, Wo bnabali; in itore, S2,ia. biulitU, miv.t
strosger, X0i)ic hiKber- o. 2 mitrd raab,
31; SutrmuvJ. am atlt. HHnSlii i .-so-rn.tcr,
x5MVi J ear, -o., Jaaaarr, ?nX bid, i5",
aafced; Maj, r-; bid, ttK aakett; -suite zuinl
Mi hifO jsixad, i la bid, S.-.S atlcd- rrjtcled,
Oat Cash, IS, n-JrctM. 21 ankcd
Kaaia City Livt Stock.
KxrM Citt. SoTMnbrlI,li4.
Tbi Urr-Slt Iniinasr rtorU:
Cattle Rrcvlpta. 3,9'St rxjorU-ra and aa
tiTr shij.'-InK tr woaM ll a bad bijfbrr,
Bra: Oft tb market, f-dir arris demand and
brio-- cood prices i the b-st -rrade or Ta
and other ranjre eattl ar troiuter aud taunt
artltr- and ahad blebrri r aad lutcbtr'f
uteadJI rxpon-sTt. VIVXaIJZ; rl to OMc
hlpp.nr. um V. common to nielinn, J -.',
; fMlr. M 75-34 3i. Cmp. 1 5mJ..-!
gran' Tria .-er, IJ3-J
'11. Colorado bair
brrf-d :, as tirtM w
Hon Bereipta, S.Mtt marW. opned troair
and a bale slither, bat tooa rrer weak aad
eloI.V;offi JoU Teraiif- in at l $
IS b!nr the bolk eAtrezon ranirr. i.l(.7i
on l"t averadBrft3 ponndt.
Siraar IteertpU, 1.351: tbft rtenaod tor fat
njstWa it jtood at tnt:er trir: reeHpla nvwtlT
tod-era; eonaxm and fair to rod rnastoaa,
St. Ixraii Grain and Produce.
6t Ixc3, Xovember 1J,1M.
Ttor-t Uarkrt da'I and ancbansreil
Wnrar Market opeoefl stekdj- and adaoreJ
a bad, rearted and cJel a tzielUia nn4rr
Teter!ars So -t red, ;4S7i;,. cab. i
'Noiembex, 'HK' , Janarjr. 1Se5'i. Mar
Cos-' Cab and .Ntml-r tsifkT optiona
r, ctm-J a ba'le S. rtab. . frnr.
S jear, j,t,a Jaanary. , Ma ilH
Oata Market sloir ', tab and XoretT
tjI'!. IeeembeT s ar, -Ki65, Jan
aafjrf Z'SWS1 May
lUcrirro Flour. .'"JtanIs wheat. Sl.we
babls can, ll.wi bIbJ ; ate, JI.K'j j
b-unela j rye. I.Urt t3&eU tarlT. l9Jlf
B-rcrva-irr- rto-ar tm barrnlat wkeat.
mj0 b3fcl , MB, Z.Wt buaLrtej oata,
t,M bvabala ; ; Tjt. V i barter, ,'"
TITt"tkSrr and j-r alow-. "AH Ieretr;
tken saatdssdlr lover
Con rer. NoremVr; UN jaar; Sf
O-tU alawj Kn rrr i
St. Looli U 8tcL.
?T Utcv. 5ore-al- IS.te4.
ncw-lfarxet active; Torkrr, lJ?4H tli
I peV,.g, t KM.:j: b-steSWTi, I-X4 J?j
rersya. .. aniseni, ..
Carrut iiiU, IWj iJtwseu. aw. Sroi
3t c?f rlsr poeir aid csm-isn to yJ in rhoitx
Mcf4a atem wald!-rta sji4 fsirv.
Bd!t, H JVjQJ w etcaauva 9Cs an!
BwtetMn. tss.m w); Tata, el rs a.
snsr ZeerfpU. 1J tUparaU, M;
sextet s&eedri eus-scs -ued.3S. :.
(Oed U tL'Jtcr. X r-4.t.- 7xa, X VjI.T,
ALL DEESS GOODS
ALL HIGH-PRICED GARMENTS SOLD ON THE SAME
REDUCTIONIN FACT ALL CLOAKS SOLD AT ANY
21 Main Street.
TAKE THE PUNK WALK ONE DOOR NORTH OF P.-0.
CUT OF ALL !
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