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WICHITA, KANSAS,SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1SS4.
Ifehfta ' '
MHS im. SEXTOS.
The noted mafmctlc hosier, Is located at No.
C30 North Market Btrwt. where the tick iina
nfferincmav receive the henellt of her wonder-
ful healing power i;aarfes reasoiinuir.
Attornev-at-law. Office ou Douglas nvenue,
over Lynch'a dry goods store. l:N-t.m
W. M JOIINSOX, M !.,
lfnm.nnnatliist Tcmiile Mock, tlilril sl-ir-
Wichita. Kansas j
way nortn or jiosioiucc;
Offlpn honra from 7 to 9 a.m.. 1 to Sand . to a
p. m Chronic diseases a sjieclalty
ll. W. h. POVI.E,
Orimsr. Office over Itarnes A
tore. Centennial bluet. M lchltn.
l. r. SIIKUWOOU,
Intlst. OOireln Kerrcll IIiillIlnf-o)Kslte
nosloffic. Main street, Wichita, haiioas.
Teeth extracted without Jain hy nltros oxldi-
air. - -
G. W. C. JONES.
Attoraev-at-la Offlce In Eagle block, over
Ilovey A Co. 'a dry goods store 7S-)-tl
l)it. W. S. McIJURNIE,
Formerly jihvsiclan and sargeon to thcluls
Tille City and Marine hospital, and late health
officer of Springfield, Illinois, has located at
No. 1! Main street, oj08ltc the jvostoUIce,
fo general jiractice. Sieclal attention uald to
gvnecology, electric and galvanic hatha. Of
fice hours H to 10 a. M. and S to 4 r. M., and at
Dr. IV. S. Mcl'urolc has opened room at
No. II Water st. for the special treatment or all
Female diackses Hours 2 to S p. m. on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TKItltV A MJMONT.
Architects ami Superintendents.
Hoys' block. Wichita, Kansas.
Office in I
I). V SMITH,
IlaSTIST Eagle building, IJons
las avenue, (
t Ichita, hnnsus.
J W. AlMMfl. r.KO. W. ADAMS.
AI'AM A ADAM,
Attornevy at Law. W III iimrllre In slate aud
Office ill Eagle Illock, Wlrhlta,
Attorneyn at Ij, CoiumercJal UncL. " Irh
.1. M ilAI.DElMTCiN,
Attoiiskv at LAW-.WIrhttn.Seilgwlcfc county
Kansas Ofliee In Centennihl Illoek
COLLI MIS, liOHT. ! PIATT
CULMS' A 1'IATT,
Attornejs at Law. Will jnactlce In liotli statf
and federal court. Office In Teiujile block.
Main street, second stairway north or Post
office, Wichita, Kansa
E. II ItENTZ,
Physician ami burgeon office otrr 1'iillrrA
Son'sgroeery . . -
J. .1. Clti-ST,
Arrhllect and Jnjrlntenilent. onire, Knill
Werner- blocL, I lougla aeuue, between To-
lI.a avenue .aid Lawrence M., Wichita. Kan
Dentist. Office In Temple block.
STAXI.EV A WAM..
Attorneys at Law, Wichita, Kansas
O ! KIKIC,
Attorney at ljiw Uoom No. 3, U S Ijind '
office building, Wichita, Kansas. j
The Photographer. Picture In all sties and!
tries. He also carries the Guest assortment I
of picture frames in tho city. Gilo him n
friendly call and examine samples. d-2-tf
Attntnevs at Ijiw
tloual bank, Wlrhlla,
O&ce over Kansas Na
Kxn MOVEIl A1IACIITKI.,
Contractors and builders, on Klrt street
of County building.
Kresci painter, sign writer and designer.
Kalsondnltig, paper hanging, etc
lo llllllillng, ou ixillgia ne.
E. II. 1IKOWN.
Auctioneer. Clearwater. Kansas
.1 P. I.M'CK,
Atlorneyutl.au-, U'lehi'a. Kan-ns
i: c i:t;i(;i.Es,
Attornej-at-law. office over .
Street. 1eJilta, Knn-as
lilt. . I C. HEAX,
Dk.ntiht. liootiH III Field liiilliling,
street, iinille Harding A Usher's
W. F. WAI.KEK,
Altiirnev nt Law. Office over Kaii-as
I). A. M1TCIIEI.I,,
Attoniey-t-lawandcollectlon agent. No H
Main street. Wichita. JCansaS; 127-tf
It. C. SCHUOEDEK.
I'hysician and surgeon. Office and residence.
west side of Main street In
lilt. .1 E. OLDHAM.
Office corner Lawrence and Douglas atennca i
Iteldence Topeka acnuc, between Central anil .
Third, opposite.!. It Mead's residence, illlitf
A. O LOWELL,
bouse renting business, Wichita,
TO THE PUBLIC.
Wli-lllTt Nov R, 1S1.
I take delight in recommending to thesufler
ers of Wichita, me who has sated me from an
untimely grave I was pro-tratcd on my couch
with a scorching fecr an I racked with pain.
No medicine prescribed by any doctor In town
ecmed t relieve inc. 1 hey called it consump
tion Then Mrs JanoT. Sexton wascalled In,
and with hergieat faith in Christ and grand
magncticpower, relictcd me of all pain and
fover. and restored mc to what 1 am now I
have made cverl calls, ami have took several
drives since my restoration from death
Mis E a MiCmmc.
The falling of the leave from tho hun
dreds of trees in this forest city of Kansas
makes a great change in the appcaarnce of
her honio.s and streets. In tome localities
the shade tnvs ,-tand so thick that v hen they
are in full leaf it is almost impossible to get
n view of the residence- that they protect
from the sun and wind, and lit the same
time, omce.il from the admiring or adver-e
gaze of tho'o passing on tho street. Since
jack frost has Motwi his chilly breath upon
them, they have not onlv turned bilious in
hue but ifave loosened tfioir bold upon the
parent stem and have flouted down to form
in many plnce-i n complete carpeting for the
wa'.k, "above which through the summer
they hung. Thi breadth of bruels is soft,
spring, noi'elo-saiid pleasant to the tread
of the iM-destriaii Hiid lew cities of our size
. preent the appe:
enej, on the other the house show more
plainly and in many places reveal the fact
that what wa supposed to be but a very or
dinary residence is in reality otic of decided
pretention. The beautiful leave., whether
when budding forth in the spring, xihcn
limy .levempeti aim acting as prmeciurs .
from the hot suns or fans for sweltering hu-
nmnitv 111 summer, or in tlie fall Xilien tliov
;; - ,; ... .1
he as v.4et for our feet, they are alwavs
beautiful nnd nlwayt useful. They fill a
space; thev are invaluable: thev awaken.
tUights;tliey arouse ambition; we are over-1
joyed to see them come: ive are -atisned to
seo them ro and then we lonrr to see tho first '
promise of their advent again after the chill
and barrenness of winter. A drearx world
this without tho lcaies.
At a fearful sacrifirf Chicago Bargain
House, has received a large lot of Plumes
which will be sold at lets than half their
value. Monday morning they xtill Ins on
sale at the following prices: Ueal O-trich
Plumes, in back and colon, worth $2-00and
S" Rft. r.in't. be bouuht in anx- millinerv
toro for less; Chicago Bargain llouse price !
onlv 51 Jo-tor your clioicc, tteal Ustncli
Vluines in black, xxhitc and colors, worth
S1.00. S5.00 and SC.O0. xour tiick of tho lot '
forS2.75. Keal Ostrich Plumes in black,
ffoMJO. worth $10; still better 9.50 $13. Ke
member xve have grftitly reduced our Dre-s
Good?. Price our ladies, misses and chil
drens Shoes. r"e our Cloaks before you
bux. Hru. Hko-s.
Spccial to the ladies: HofTmnstcr & Son
will for this week only, gix-c to excry lady
"buying a pair of fini shoes, one bottle of
Bixbv'a floe drawing. Kutaili at twenty-five '
For fruit of all kinds, fresh and good, go
to Jno. SchotL
r-lll linellt 1 1114 OXUIlVHraril lllsll ay ... .. . . , t "S "" l'i""i.s- ii-cronugii u
of ml ireV -int a. thev are een in thfs I :ll0K.. U1 nl'c'iw Jesicniay lor correc- , t, :cpubl,can party must be taken back to
ForxTcitvof'-less K-uW' Tic vie tl."1 JU "f ,' Va' ?"; "" t?n the ownership of" the people to be held for
JorilOiyoi irevli.s3Jv.iiis.i,, xnc views , ,t nJ j mvnggxcn II fo.- lilame, 1.W for tho actual settlor unde-the homestead laws
on the streets are much changed since tho , .,,7 , , ,1.f.f'in ,,- i!,i.ir rL :,fi. 1 io actual suntr uncii. ini riomesieau laws,
advent of cool weather the eve reaches o C,'velaiul,iinil . ne lor Uutler. JiieMxtii, office holders must be taught to perform
much fart Walone Twentv-Mxtl, precinct of ,he!r uue. under the rctrictionf of the
muiliwniieraioiigiui .ii-eti niiuiiioiij.il 111 .jjj .t ns.-.m!, K- district, u Inch were I 1 r.iu.. ,i.f..j...i i.s. .ie .i t
j STILL COUNTING.
ctttiition TTsT rsr?xr
i THE SITUATION IN NEW
Returns From New York Coun
ty Are Still In
Dizzy Drummers in Mother
Hubbard's at Columbia,
Ratification at Wellington,
5as, Ends With a Sad
The Sachems of Tammany Hall Hold
A War Dance.
Count In Now York.
Ni.w Yokk, Nov. 1 1. A comparison of
th returns from the eiplit ili-tricts thus far
c:itivii!-t'l with lli; bulletins fent out on
election liicht by the city press association
lias resulted in sliouing u net I'e-mblican
miin of ",000 vote. In regard to this the
Post t avs (this afternoon) at firs-t sicht such
n ttattmeiit H-cin imiirtant, but in reality
the chances thus fur have no efl'ect upon
Cleveland' plurality. As already announc
ed, the returns inado up for the newspapers
on election night contained many errors, but I
strange to aytsubsequent can-nil exannnn
tion of the oiflcial returns made f c-arcely any
changes in tlie tilurality for Ck-velan'd, as
given unoflicinlly. An explanation of this
is found in the fact Unit the errors made on
one side were balanced with extraordinary
' cvennei-s by crroi-s on the other, A gentle
j man who i' very familiar with the actual
figures of the vote in all the assembly dis-
for Cleveland wou'd not vary half a dozen
votes from 3M'2o, which is a gain for him
j iver press repot ti.
; The board of aldermen resumed the can
vas of the cit v vote this morning. Xone of
t)0 defects or omis-ions ba-ed upon up to
to 2:30 p. m. material! v aflected the general
result one way or the other.
HU Juhir& voto to far occurring to the of-
tlcial cauva-t is as follow?: First assembly
,it.ri(.t jy votes Second, 2; Third, 1!2;
. younh 0 Fifth 1(?; Sivth -7; Seventh, 77,
I and tight, II.
The returns of IDS election districts of the
Tenth assembly dirtrict have been referred
to tho committee ou the correction of errors.
It will not cirect tho vote.
King's cotintv ollicial canvas, not yet dc-
I clared, is Cleveland, 03,271; ltlainc, ""V1-;
I ISutler, 2,4J2; St. .lohn, 1,12C; Cleveland's
; plunilily, 1&702.
The total voto of Xcu- York countv with
i which comparisons of the a'tocialed" press
are now being made as the canvas iiro
gries, is that futni'licd by the City 1 ress
bureau. On November 5th it gave the fol
lowing figures: Cleveland 133,000, Hlaino
S0.S17, Kmler V'l". W. .lohn H7'J; Cleve
land's plnralily 13,223. There are twenty
four a'semblvdi'-lriciis in New York coiwitv,
and their vote ns (ir.t icported by the eitv
pre-s is apjiended. I!y keeping it on hand,
thorctunis as they are canvassed and re
ported may be compared and any discrep
ancies may bended.
The assembly districts as reported Novem
ber olh, are ai follows
IILHXP. C'LEVE. iuti.ki:. sr.Jonv.
Totals... S9SI7 133000
The returns how Cleveland's plurality to
be 13,231. Tho following have already
HIST. ni.Al.Vr.. CI.F.VE. IHTM.IL !T. JOHN.
2 2130 5239 91 9
51 2G24 5111 12G 22
4 2391 0322 150 10
5 2C0.1 150? 12.1 IS
I 0 2G.1G 5012 12G 7
S 1722 1110 09 11
I 10 1177 - 5591 121 11
I 11 3.V.7 55312 57 5!G
i 12 30IS .1172 71 15
14 2250 1397 74 20
All the entuitic in thi state have sent in
their official repo-ts excepting New York,
Krio and .Monroe. II there is no change n
the pluralities in tho-c three counties from i
what it was reported bv their countv clerk !
just before the canvas of their le'iirns be
: r.i i i. ..i !:.. :.. i, . ... . :n i. I
tail. Cleveland "plurality -n the slate will bo.
1,208. 1 he f fty-evon ivrnue winch have .
reported show gain- for Cleveland of 2,, j
ynd losses or Cleveland of 10; t-a -is for ,
lila-ie ot 13, and lo--es lor lilaine of 1 1.
1 he cinva-s iniNeiv 'k oik county fo- the '
six dist--icts.iiln-sidvHiH.rted i as follow': i
t leveland s gam- 12, Cleveland s lo-cs lb;
ISlnine'i. !iins 70. I'.l.iine's hise. f,l. Net
gam for llla.ue loo. I hi, doe not include '
the dilletences al-eadv n.uiced in the com- .
pieiwi canvn o. tuo first ami exeniii ius- ,
sein lily districts, nor a'c the chaugvsiu ew .
Yolk county included in thevUi.-ment.s of
t'S,.0e.r,c'! I'M C.u-eianu s Jiiura'ity nt '
1,20$. The Fourth pivciuct of tl
pivciuct ot tlie t irsl
siinilaeiv retunietl lor correction, gave
cording to the first figure-, rcpot-ed: lilaioo
40, Cleveland 375, Uutler C. If tliose
figures are not changed the r irst district
will show 11 iain of 9 for ltLune over the
fhrures of November Cth, and u los for
Cleveland of 49. Tho Seventh district xvitl
. ft Ui uUmc ,t 2Vi, and n zm
fr t'lovolaii.l of 01. It i claimed by the
. . . .1 ... . . -.i.
ieinocrais inai ii e nrsi. coudi in inese i""
j, .;,, . :,,, IL. tl. .,,
u. .,.. ..... ...w..., .... . ..... ...v ......
canvas will show little or no -sun forettlier .
.. . ' I'll'l'llllll 11 .ll It-L 111 1111S 111.. .,111111 1.11S Sl'IIL ........ ,1. n.,l. .1.. .. n.,.rtA ...J.I .. n
I ... ..... .-... .1 ...... ... .... m. .i.!...... .in -.i.
Hnini ol Imr- . . , -- , lans. jxuiiv. .ivh.-uiii.-h iiiuiscu nuu laui-
""Jh: .. .. . f ,-- ,...,....
" , ,, ,, Vl-,Pl,,ml no.
5?imc. ? ' s-c,e '. mS;,.?.',!s A.'. ... of
2S8, Blaiiw 53,612, Butler 2.212, and St.
The Suffolk County official canvass shows
Cleveland ha .1 plurality of 55.1 xote.
This agree with the Times' table of plural
ities published thi morning. Tho :-un
stopped the publication of counties Thurs
day morning. lt plurality for Clevi-land
then given was 59S.
Tho official canx ass of the Ninth asscrably
district of this county xxith the Thirty
first election district" missing, gives
Blaine, 4,410 vote; Clexeland. 5,117. Butler,
122. St. John, 124. The voto published No
vember 4, gaxe Blaine, 4,437; Cleveland, 5,
202: Butler, 119; St- John. 124.
Hie lenth assembly district complete
fiiXCs Hhiine, 4,177: Cleveland, 5,591: Butler;
124. fct. John, 11. A charge of three in fax-
or of Clexeland from the first pres report.
llio J-.ieventn uistnct complete gixes
Itlaine, 3,5G7; Clexeland, 3.342; nutler,v.7;
M. John, SO: No change.
The Twelfth district compit-te give Ulaine,
3,013; Cleveland. 5,17-.-; Uutler, 71; St. John,
12. A chango of one in faxor of Cleveland.
The Thirteenth, Sixteenth, and Twentieth '
election districts were rclerred to tlie com
mittee on technicalities. The Fourteenth
district complete rive Itlaine. 2.2.10: Clevc-
land. 4,307; Butler 7-1: St. John, 20- A lo.-s
for lilaine of five and a gain for Cleveland of
ten, compared with the early press report.
Senator A. P. Gorman, chairman of she
1 Democratic national executive committee,
itatcs that "Wm.II. Vanderbilt has not made .
anv contribution to tbe national Democrat-
ic campaign fund. 3Iy reason for wishing
to deny the statement that Vanderbilt con
tributed SISO.OOO or any other sura, 8av
3Ir. Gorman, is that the story is put out
with the malicious intent of creating the
talsc impression that Cleveland received aid
from that class of contributor and set of in
fluences whose aid, when given at all, was
wholly and unstintcdlv devoted to the serv
ice of lilainc. Whife in the campaign,
CItvelaud and Hendricks was dependent on
the popular support, given for the most
part in small sums. Some wealthy Demo
crats did their fair share, as did also some
independent Republicans of large meang,
but there was no aid from any great institu
tions likelv to receive from the national
government new favors in the future or con
tinuance of valuable privileges already cn
joved by them. Any part in the campaign
taken by such bodfes was entirely on tho
side of Illaine and Logan.
Tho missing election district of the Ninth
assembly di-trict is the thirty-first. This was
before reported as giving Blaine 142, Cleve
land 1G3. Uutler 3.
The World say it has not touched its fig
ures on the electoral vote since last night,
nor has there been an v change. Tho Times
gives Cleveland l,267jluraFity, a gain of
yne over yesterday. The gain i in Kings
The" Sun has not completed it count. It
will not vary more than three or four from
their figures of yesterday, of 1'264 plurality
Tho Tribune tablo gives lilaine 57,734
plurality in the counties of the state outside
of New York and Kings In these counties
it says the Democrats claimed 68,957 plural
ity for Cleveland. The loss thus far of tho
canvass in the above two counties are said
to reduce Cleveland's plurality to 68,588,
still giving Cleveland a plurality in the state
The Sun will publish Saturday the follow
ing table of pluralities by counties in New
York ttato :
Fulton and Hamilton.
784 -. ..........
Cleveland, plurality, 1211.
Ultkalo, N. Y., Nov. 14. The board of
canvassers completed their labors on the
presidential vote of Erie county. The only
change made was in the First district of tlie
Fourth ward. Instead of Cleveland re
ceiving 252 votes he is entitled to 254. and
lilaine is entitled to 230, instead of 281. This
does not effect the plurality of Itlaine and
Logan which is 1,100 in thocounty.
SvnACt!E, N. Y., Nov. 1 1. The Morning
Standard, Kepublican. will announce to
morrow morning that in its judgment Cleve
land has carried tho state and will express
the opinion that this view will bo accepted
by Republicans throughout the state.
Caxto.v, N. Y., Nov. 14. St. Lawrence
countv official: lilaine 13441, Cleveland
COtf, St. John 311, Uutler 20. Maine's plu
rality 7400. This agrees with the Times'
figures. The Sun had Hlainc's plurality
Cats-mix, N. Y., Nov. 14. Thocounty
cleik state- the official canvass of Greene
county will not bo completed until Monday
evening next. The Times and Sun each
give lilaine a plurality of 15.
.Malovk. N. Y Nov. 14. Franklin
countv, official: Cleveland 2948, li'aine
I03S. St. John 70, Uutler C7.
ItiTF'.l.o, N. Y., Nov. 14 Several more
arrests for illegal voting were made here to
day. Tammany Hall.
New YoiiK, Nov. II. At Tammany hall
lln ..nnnr.ll iHimmiF In, in tlin u.-tru-n. tf-
ni.t celebrated the election of Cleveland
aml Hendricks. Speeches were midebv S. J.
i:!imll, John Kellev and Congressman Cox.
A rf.lt crottJ mi5 ;,rejCnt. 1'nndall paid a
tribute to Tammany for his faithful efforts
to uri,le. MICCC to" tlie Democratic ticket,
aml atfdcJ. yy0 lnUft expect altogether
liartiushin to come from the next adminis
tration. The Democratic party must redeem
a1 iu promi4 to the conservJtive peoplo of
t)e -juitpj ft;aes. Thev must abolish every
urieccssarv office. They must bring tho
(-ovemmeft down to economy and that thev
mut at once reduce tho extraordinarily
rcat revcauc 0f tl,c country and the ureal
nlnount of public land that nave been given
.ic-...,. i,nii (,,. .1,. i,,. e ,iuivitv
froni Cleveland "
Colcmiiia, S. C, .Nov. H. The Demo
crat had an immense torchlight procession
to-night in honor of the election of Cleve
land and Hendricks. Speeches were made
I at tlie state capital ly "senator Jl. C . isutler.
J ii..ni 'n r:n.-rnns1kM.mjm n.l
ado Hampton, LoxernorlTioiiip-on ami
n.t.ri ficn"v snniTiiiri-il tr-tvi.lri m
r,i,s tii.i,.;i .i,.. i.j ,i.
..tuiiiri i.n. V..VS-1-, nvuTivu tu .,,-
cession. A dispatch lo the Daily Kegiter
iroin -nanes .v. iana, ear.or 01 mc -evv
York Sun, was read by Senator Uutler. It
-tated that Cleveland plurality was 1.250
1 in New lork, and that no partv ot rtaona
' ble men now question the final accuracy of
those figures. The dlpatch received thun
i dcr of applause.
Cnic.xr.0, Nov. 14. The daily News
Muncie, sp?cial saysc The Democrats at
tempted to hold a ratification meeting at
. Selma last night. Tho Kepublicans were
aUo present in larcc number. Some impu
dent and senseless fellow hurrahed for Jeff
Duxi, xxben a fight ensued in which at
least one hundred "men xverc engaged in the
raeleo. Shots were fired, bricks and clubs
thrown, and several persons badlv hurt but
1 none killed. Hot blood exist. Tn the pres
ent excitement further and ferious trouble u
lortsviLii, Ky-.N'ov. 14. The Travel-'
er rroiecuve asociauon wran ineir semi-
annual fes-sion here to-dav xxith a fair repre
sentation. The obiect of thi association is
te secure legislation rescinding the drum
mers' taxesparticularb in southern cities,
and for the genenl benent of the fraternity.
Nothing of importance hits been doneasyet-
Uostov, Mas--, Nov. 14. The official
canvass shoxrs the total vote of Boston at
roiiows. lilame V0.S:
Butler 8,715, St. John 1.551. Cleveland's
Chicago, Nov. 14. The national stockmen
reassembled at 10 o'clock this morning. A
letter from Prof. Raw, of Cornell Universi
ty, was read, in which he criticised the bu
reau ot animal 'ndustry. declaring it insuiii
cientand a needless "expense measured by
the results of its work. He made the claim",
among others, that it liad failed to discover
pleuro-pneumonia among the herds in New
York state when the diseaso was existing.
tjommissioner lonng answered the com
plaints at some length, declaring the bureau
was a very valuable auxiliary of the depart
ment of agriculture. Amotion was made
to tender a vote of thanks to Prof. Law, but
the matter was laid on the table.
The committee on tho award of Judgo
Cooley, arbitrator, fixing the rate by rail for
dressed beef considerablv higher than that
for live cattle, reported that the two rates
should be the same, and stated that the
health of beef caters depended in a measure
on having the cattle slaughtered as near the
fattening point as possible, to avoid unsani
tary conditions produced by transportation
on hoof. Adopted.
The committee ou resolutions pre-ented
an extended report on the question of fenc
ing ranges on government lands. It set
forth that obtaining a permanent tenure of
these in some legal form is of the greatest
importance to the furture of stock raisinc;
that these lands are largely unfitted for
agriculture, and not claimable by irrigation
on account of their broken surlace, and it
took running streams, and that Colorado
and Wyoming stockmen have $200,000,000
invested in the business, adding to tho taxa
ble wealth of the country and lowering the
price of beef: that tlicv would welcome the
opportunity to buy or rent these lands-for a
term of years; that the committee to go to
Washington to suggest stock legislation, be
instructed to endeavor to secure the passage
of a law permitting the rental to stock own
ers who aro actual occupant of grazing
lands between tho 3!isouri river and the
Pacific coast, for the longest period possi
ble at the loweit obtainable rate, such ren
tal not to interrupt or suspend the opera
tion of existing law for tho pre-emption or
homestead, rentals being subject t such en
tries; the committee to be in-tructeu bciore
submitting such law to congress to ask the
assent of the Colorado stock growers' asso
ciation. Those of Wyoming, Dakota, Mon
tana, Idaho, Nevada and Nebraska being
represented in this convention.
Keolutions sending greeting to the stock
men to assemble at St. Louis next Monday,
nnd deprecating the division of intcre-ts and
appointing a committee to confer with their
committee from that body were also adopt
ed. Tho officers elected are: President, De
witt Smith, Springfield, Mo.; secretary,
Thomas Sturgis, Cheyenne; treasurer, John
Clay, Jr., Chicago. Also an executive com
mittee of eight. Adjourned sine die.
Namivillk, Tcnn., Nov. 14. Tho Phi
Delta Theata convention elected the follow
ing officers for two years: President, Hilton
Brown, Indianapolis news historian, A. A.
Stcarnes, Cleveland: secretary, C. P. Uawett,
New York; treasurer, Chas. A. Foter, Mad
ison, Wis. T he treasurer reported the re
ceipts as S 1,500, balance $700. It was de
cided to hold the next convention at Cincin
nati in October, 1SSG. Colonel II. Vilas
was chosen orator; Lugcno Field, of tho
Chicago Isews, poet. Jioth of tho alumni
fraternities made tioems for the occasion. A
charter was refused the Kentucky military
institute and Davidson college of North
Carolina. Tho convention closed with a
banquet, at which Judso John 1'. Phillip,
of Missouri and Judge D. IT. Lency, of Ken
tucky, responded to toast. The occasion
was used for the presentation of a cano by
the fraternity to Judge Phillip. The ban
quet was complimentary to tho fraternity by
the Tennessee Alpha chapters of Nash
ville. Firo Record.
Salem, Mass., Nov. 1 1. A firo this morn
ing in King Upton' glue works, nt Peabody,
destroyed the entire works except a portion
of the" boiler shed and two wings of the
chemical shop. One hundred unci twenty
five hands are thrown oiit of employment.
Loss, SW),000; insurance, 575,000.
St. Louis Nov. 11. A St. Joe special
says: The Wabash elevator at Maryvill,
Nodaway county, owned by N. J. Streilon,
was totally destroyed by firo this morning.
Loss, $15,000; insurance not known.
Chicago, Nov. 14. Tho lo.-s on A. O.
Spald'ng A; Bros.' stock of sporting goods
was adjusted to-day, the insurance compa
nies paying S75,C00", being tho los sustained
on their stock.
Dethoit, Nov. 14. A fire at Mt. Clemens
last night destroyed tho Grand Trunk ware
house and freight sheds, with the contents.
Five cars were burned, and tho loes are
shared by merchants owning goods in the
warehouse. Loss $25,000.
Muncik, Ind., Nov. II. The Doxey op
era houc, nt Anders in, Indiana, was burned
this morning. Los, $SO,000; no insurance.
New Orleans, Nov. 14. Tho oil mill at
Monroe burned esterday. it has been in
operation but three days." Total lo, S100-,
000. insurance, $74,000.
Chicago, Nov. 1 1. The general passcn
geragentsofthe Alton and Hock Island road
issued a joint circular to their eastern and
southern connections to-day saying, they
object to the arbitrator rate of $5 allowed
them from Chicago to Missouri river on
through business from eat at cut rate, a
fkeil by the trunk line, October 15th. That
therefore to protect themselves and their
connections on business to Missouri river,
they xvill accept a proportion of whatever
through rates, tho-e connection may find it
ncceesary to make for self-protection. This
license to" make rate, applies to business
ticketed through Chicago, St. Louis, Bloom
in gton and Peoria.
Augusta, Mo., Nt.x. 1 1. Tho Kennebec
Journal uill publi-h to-morrow morning the
vote of th state at the hut presidential elec
tion, excepting ten small towns and planta
tions not xet returned to the otfico of the
secretary "of state, showing tho following
result: "lilaine, 71,71(1; Cleveland, lil.Cjf;
Uutler, 3,091: St- John, 'J.1I3. Blaine's
Slurality, 20,000; majority, 13.5W3. In 1SS0
larfieldV plurality xyas" 8,!L0, and his
majority -1,37a. Itlaine carries every county
in thestate, xhile in IpSO fourVounties
gaxe majorities against tJarfield.
K.vns'.'s Citv, Mo., Nov. 14. In I'olice
Jiistico Ingrabam' court to-day, judgment
for $200 each wa entered in" eighty-two
cases against the Corrigan consolidated
hor-e railway company, for failure to com
ply uith tlie ordinance in having tracks.
Tliis aggregate- 510,100. said to be the lar-
ftt 'nrtmvmtit cvpr rnlfrtnl in a similar
cou't in this countrv. The defendant claims 1
i-regularities in the proceedings, mean- "C"t ye. The roctct rnetniting the t AVamiisotos, I). C. Nov. 1 1. The indi
whilea tM cae is now pendinc in the hi- i ontu, killing her msantiy. 3Ir. hrne 1 1 cation, for tho Mifsouri valkv are: Fair
NewYohk, Nov. 14. Irving
brated tho election of Cleveland and Hen
dricks to-night. Kesolution congratulating
tho Democrats and IndepenJent-liepubli-cans
on the result of the campaign and pre
dicting an incorruptable and capable ad
ministration xxere adopted. Ex-United
States Senator Gordon, of Geocia. and P.
J. lahan. of Cali fornia, made addresse-.
New York. Nov. II. Trnjint executive
committee of the trunk line commission de-
cided to restore the cast bound tariff rates
as adoptevl last July, ltiev xvtll go into cl
fect the 17th inst. and applv to all elapses)
of freight, except live stck- Each road,
and especially the president
thcreol, will dc
heldflrictly responsible for any cut here-
Ft. 'WonTn, Tex.. Nor. II. In the free-for-all
pacins race here to-day in first heat
between itichball and Jewctu Jexrett won.
Time. 2:14 J.
The second heat abo won by .!eett ia
i20l. Owing to dirknes tbe'rsr willb
flt,ir,rfw trv-nrtrrtc thi(sKl! .,11 KAttir,
favorite in the pool, to-night.
p-rren'-nrKr), Va Nov. 11. P. Evan.
fCameronisl candidate for coarrre-.- fromtbe
4tn district, will contest tac eiectson of Coi.
D. Ilradx, (Mahooe'a) candidate. Evans
claims to have discovered corrupt and un-,
dcrnand practices on tne part ot lirady ami
followers during the recent canvass.
3I0XTPEUEK. Vt-,Nor. 11. Tn join: as
semblv tbe lecislaturs elected as supreme
j court jodges. Homer E. Koyce, present ic-
csmbcT-t. chief Justice: assoda:e jujtic.
Jonathan Boss, U. H. Power, W. G. Yea
xv. John W". RowelL and AV- U. "Walker.
TERRIBLE RAILWAY DIS
Passenger Train Thrown From
the Track at Clear Creek.
Ten Persons Killed and Fifteen
The Dastardly Act Committed by Dis
Delegations to the Cattlemen's
Convention at St. Louis.
Galveston, Tex., Nov. 12. Meagre in
formation is received of a terrible railroad
accident at an early bur this morning on
tho Houston tfc lexUs" Central railway, at
Hempstead. Tho north, bound niglit ex
press was precipitated into the Brazos river,
the engine alone keeping the rails. Ten
passengers arc reporttti tailed and fifteen
Ilr-Mi-TEaD. Tex., iNov.. 14. Later.
Abqut half-past one o'clock this morning
the north bound train of the Houston &
Texas Central railway was wrecked at Clear
Creek station, about two miles south of thi
placo and, as far as known, ten people were
killed outright, and fifteen wounded, more
or less dangerously. 1 nvestigation by the
railway authorities reveal that the diabolical
work was done by discharged employees
and thieves in the vicinity, who
sought to wreck a freight train for the spoil
it contained. Breaking into the section
houe the wreckers obtained the necessary
tools, and hi pulling spikes and unfasten
ing fish plates, arranj;1Ml the rail to yield to
pressure without, however, entirely "remov
ing it. It so happened that tho passenger
train having the right of way and being
behind time, was first'fo reach the sceno of
the di-aster. striking the loosened rail tha
engine and tender got over safely, while two
baggage cars, mail end express, and two
Pullman sleeper, wer.t over the thirty-foot
embankment into the.creek. In the biureaeo
car L. Cordoza, traveling passenger agent of
me -xew lorK, lexas jc Jtcxican railway,
was drowned, together with F- F. Lorfs,
bajjgage master, nnd Green Lewi, colored
porter. The following are the killed and
K. F. Lori, baggaqe master.
1- Cardoza, tra elling passenger agent of
the New York, Texas ic Mexican railway.
Lcmar Leak, ncwi boy.
Green Lewi, colored porter.
Hamp Thomas, of Nova Scotia, wood
.V German lady, and three children.
Julia Childress, of Atlanta, Ga., six year
old, at first reported missing, was taken from
tho water drowned.
The following is the list of the wounded:
S. 1J. McMullin, express mes-engcr, thigh
broken and internal injuries.
Itobt Victor, slight contusion of the face.
C. L. Wallace, bruised about the face.
lfev. I. (J. John, editor of the Texas
Christian Advocate, severe cut and contu
sion. Jno. Glas', of Houston, slight scalp
K. If. Fordtran, of Galve-ton, slight con
cussion. Dennis McKnni, of South California,
J. C. People, scalp wound aud injured
A. II." Jacksoii,Tpf Montgomery, Ala.,
J. Cockrell, of Kyan, Texas, slightly cut
annul tlie iieaavji j
1 Austin Gambler!
rof Clay station, contur.
sion of the back,
W. W. Childcrs, of Atlanta, Ga., contu
sion of the back.
Isaac Massay, of Georgia, slightly bruis-
Win. Massev, Atlanta, Ga.. bound
llockdale, Texas, slight contusion.
Sohu Kdward;; of Georgia, nose broken.
Wm. H. Burton, of Houston, wounded in
Mrs. Kdcl, of Galveston, slight wound on
Tho injury of J. C. Peoples will probably
Kxprei messenger McMullin is thought
al-o to be dangerously wounded.
Tho-e of the wounded unable to proceed
to their destination are comfortably quarter
ed here. Cordozi's body was taken charge
of by friend. Belief trains with railway
ollicial and surgeons snt from Houston
this morning aro her and at the sceno, do
ing everything po-sible for the suflerers.
Omaiia. Neb., Nov. 14. In the case of the
United States government vs. Brighton
Kinch company, Judge Brewer, of the
of the United States circuit court, has ren
dered n deci-ion. The company has fenced in
about 52,000 acres of land belonging to tho
government. Suit was brought oy the lat
ter to compel the company to tear down
the fence-. The decision of Judge B'cwer
in effect is that the Brighton l'anch com
pany have no rights to construct fences upon
government land, and the government ha
an absolute right to have fences removed if
it sees fit to exercise that privilege and that
construction of fences upon government
lands wa an obstruction and nuisance, and
that the proper remedy was by a bill in
equity, and that in fact a bill in equity was
tne onlv proper ami adequate remedy, in
such a ase. lie granted a temporary in
junction enjoining the defendants lrom
con-tructing any additional and cros Jencc
on hud miVii closed bv them. He said ho
would awnit final bearing before issuing a
mandatory iniundion requiring the removal
of the fences therefrom. Mrl Woolworth
took leavo to file an amended answer bv
which the ca will not be finally heard at
tho present term of coutt. This decision
settled tho law in this circuit that cattlemen
had no right to enclose government lands for
, ; - ,
Tho Daadly Skyrocket.
hluxotox, Jxas., ov. 11. The lira-
ocrats held a jollifieation in thij city Ia.t
UIIUL UUllII tVUIUll UII IlvlIU:!!. I'WmV.. i'
xvhich a ladv lot her lifo nnd two men were I
serious!: injured. A bunch of skyrockets
caught tire and exploded on the street scat- :
tcring the burning missiles in even direc- ;
tion. One of them struck Mrs. ."schnarr.
wife of 3!r. Jno. schnarr, superintendent of ,
Sehnarr. siitvrmter.dent of .
1'" K""1 option bu-inesj in thw city, m the
t kl ;ii;... ....!. I. AA.. K,I -.
, .7K11.1H-4 iL-K i iKKiKiu siaiirj-
"' "urt' "'" -"r- " "' "wu. a wan-miis
1 man from ritubursj, had an ear almost torn
G;T bv a rocket. The celebration came to I
an end at once. The sad occurrence cast a ,
gloom over"ibe communitv,
New York. Nov. 1 1. The nominal rate
to Chicac-o to-dav at the offices of the Erie.
e; a nore, ana J .ick waia roans lias oeen
'510.10, but ticketi were sold at 510. 15ro-
v..- .,- rvn 1.... 11 - Cft-a !-. .. t
, 5(. j,,-,, anJ Cleveland vesferdav were r-
sptiTelv S14.40 and Se. To-day they
' have lch reduced a half a dollar. The
Penn-vlvania companv holds firm to its
,. is 1:1. ., II. . II,- III1L sn I ML ...I... IklLC, ...
schedule ficm-e. There fetmto be god
reason tor believir.g tire Pennsylvania corn-
' nsnv will enter into lb catttmf competition-
The rule bv the cw i o.-k Central to Cm-
carro u S12t the company office and $11 at
tfce troke-s. Kailroad Commisoner Pur-
cony the fixing of Winger rt is oct
of tbe hands of the pool comraissiontrs.
New York. Not. 14. Tbe one bendredib
ajmivcrsarTWtheconccr-Uion by the pre -
late ot th -colsc, l.p:scopat cscrca ot
Samutl Seabun-, th- first American Episco-
pal church tonlay. Bishop Seabury, at the
time of bu datS, wa profosor of djvjnity
in tne geocrai tneoiogKSi M-roicarr. air.ee
be was rrrs.de bubop ! tae prcojat 1
ctiurcJi, b has txteaded its xverJ: acres
csr.lmeut uuoer tr. dirertion of sixty
dioesi.n bishops, with about ifiOO eltrgy-
It bt an Citimated rceabrbiti
more uVsn ZQlJtX).
New Yom, Nov. 14.-Th failures for
the ikut scn dar. ia the UnUed 5t,:r are
211: Canada. i: lotaLJ an increase of 30.
as eomnared with last wevk. wbea the tctal
w4 21G. Hare than half of the total fail-
ures occarred ia tbe wetero
Waeiiixotox, D. C, Nov. 14. Fish com
mission car No. 2, in cliargo of G. II. Moore,
i leaTes Washington to-night with carp for
i the snpnlr of all applicants in Illinois, Iowa.
and en route via Chicago, Quincv, Bea j "
atS'poUrtialandtboorthernlacific FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Secrctarv3IcCullough has prepared a cir- WIPUIT I I i P I'VTC
cular in relation to the importation of old nlltlUA JAftAXilO,
rags from infecfed ports, which modifies the Ltv Stock
existing orders on tnat subject, so as to con- ,.. . , " vi
tinue the embargo until further notice, wd, iffiX. .::::."; '-"
to declare all Trench Mediterranean parts to rt com and heifers s;so$4 00
be infected. ! Ft Mapping-hoj, bet S Ota
Although no successor to CoL Dudley as l1"1 r",5l"s be V""V S&3 2?
commissioner of pensions has been appointed J p ', " ""'
it is understood that the present deputy
commissioner, Clark, will be promoted to
fill the vacnncv.
II. D. Cook, of tha firm of H. D. Cook Jc
Co., bankers, who recently closed their
doors in this city, has made an offer of com
promise to their creditors, looking toward j
oji luiiui-uuue si'bLitriueub vi iiiiuuc claims
and extension of timo on the larger one.
3Iadisox, Wis.. Nov. 14. A meeting of
the leading prohibitionists of the state held
at tho senate chamber this evening decided
to perfect and retain tho state organization,
and place an agent in the field to organize
clubs in every part of the state to raise the
necesary funds by assessment of every
member, and keep up the campaign un
ceasingly for four yedrs. T. S. liicliardson
has been appointed as state agent. No
compromise with any party, such as high
license, submission o"f constitutional amend
ments, etc., will be considered. Local clubs
will hold regular meetings and every mem
ber be pledged to support the prohibition
ticket at all times.
Tho Storey Will Case.
Chicago, Nov, 14. In tho Storey will
case to-day the court refused to admit the
will to probate drawn bv Mr. Storey in 1SS1
and which is known as fiis last will, on the
ground he was then of unsound mind, the
will drawn in 1S79 containing nearly the
identical provisions as tho one made in 1331,
not yet offered for probate. The court aUo
appointed A. L. Patterson, who has been
acting as conservator, as administrator of
the estate in bond of one million dollars.
No More Fights
New Yokk, Nov. 14. Tho police com
missioner has received a communication
from the mayor asking that tho police pre
vent glove fights, such as take place in Mad
ison Square garden, on tho ground that
they aro demoralizing and differ in no de
gree from prize fights. The superintend
ent of police was accordingly instructed to
prohibit such exhibitions in the future and
an order to that ellect was sent to all police
DorifJE Cm, Kan., Nov. 11, Delegates
of the Western Central Cattle- Grower' as
sociation, together xiith an equal number of
stocKineu not delegates, accompanied Dy mo
famous Cowboy band, of Dodge City, xvill
leave hero by "a special train to-morrow-noon
fer the stockmen's convention at St.
Louis on the 17th, and will arrive there Sun
Cleveland, O., Nov. 14. Benjamin
Shorte.i's decapitated and otherwise shock
irgly mangled body was found on tho rail
way n nr Berei "this morning. He had
money when la-t seen, also a revolver and
pocket book, none of which were on the
body. It is believed he was murdered by
tramp, robbed and left on tho track.
On Their Way.
Kansas Citv, Nov. 14. The members of
the South American commission arrived
here this evening from New York, and left
via the Santa Fe route for San Francisco.
General Sharpe will overtake the party at
tho latter place, from xvhenco they will
start on their southern mission.
. -.. SU John Burned.
Laiexed, Ka7,Nov. 14. St. John xras
burned in elligv hero last night amidst tho
cheers and yells of the multitude, who as
sembled m Broadway to wilness the event.
Thi i one of the few counties in tho state
w hlch gave him a majority in lSSlI.
IlortOKF.., N..L, Nov. 1 1. Samuel Gilles
pie, asi-tant superintendent of tho Hudson
county branch of tho Prudential life insur
ance company, is in jail upon charge of
forgery in altering the returns of the collec
tors and forging their signatures to false
Nr.w YoitK., Nov. 1 1. iV body supposed
to be that of Phillip Hoddy, o'f 2.J5 east
Nineteenth street, this city, "was found in
Central park late this afiernoon. Certificates
of minim: stock representing li shares were
found in hi clothing.
IIaktfori-, Conn., Nov. II. The one
hundredjh anniversary of the conecration
of the Bishop of Seabury, was celebrated at
Christ'. church to-d-iv." Bishop William
presided. There was a 'jrge attendance of
clergymen and otiiers.
Bitkai.o, Nov. 1 1. Peter Lewis Otto.
German confectioner, aged 23, while
drunk, shot hi xvife dead in their home.
Otto wa arrested in his employer's store,
where he wnt immediately after" the shoot
ing. Colorado Cattlo Men.
Drnvkb, Col., Nov. 1 1. The Colorado
deJeirvtion to the national cattlemen's con
vention at St. Loui. left this evening on a
special train and will arrive at St. Louis nt
8 o'clock Sunday morning.
KisoToy, N. Y., Nov. 14. .lames I'owe,
of lJnndout, finding his xvife drunk on reach
ing home for dinner thi afternoon, remor
strated with her by clubbing and itamping
her fatal!... I5owe was jailed.
GKTTYsnrR'J, Pa., Nov. II. Wm. A.
i 1'iincan, who wa jut elected to congress
, f.,)m Ulu ynetcent1i diurict, died at his rei-
dena; thi mornin:. Hi il-alh xya due lo 1
Chicaoo, Nov. II. .lohn jrcCullough
arrived thi morning and nnnouncet hi de-
4 h-ss vut IAS A fA 9 jV C rst T' nsf.l MA1 A
,.. " n
j Wind Market,
J .a , -. .
westlier; xxtnets gem-rally lrom Inc wu;n 10 !
mt: flight change- m ttmMratur.
Altoosa, Pa-, Nov. H. S. C. Hiker, a
wealthy land, coal and iron owner, made an
a-signment thi morning. Liabilities not
AVe.tbcrt-okt. Ma., Nor. 14. The
i carlv-:i-ers this morning found General liut-
J . . -
I -"-Iwrn; in eSigy on I'rcrnc vjuarr.
LoMro.v, Nov. 15. A c-rerc shock
i earthquake accompanied with a terrifierr-
' picnive report- occurred to-night at Cuth-
Ijiscasnt7r, and imqi iwraiv-Eve
from Manchester. Tb sbock thrnr
- miles In
i down borv- in the trerts and caused great
con-temation and McJerival among tb in -
Tbe J-twrtOK-v eomnaiiT. xnercisant rfthJs
citr. have failed. Liabil-, $2JtyQO.
f The roornmg 1'wls Iona!Ha dupatti-
j tutcs the Gen. Voleley rts a JetUr
1 Gen- Gordon. dalsi November 4ti,
trromg tbe massacre ot CoKrxJ St-r; ana
j Herbis. Gen. Gordon m v be is itill able lo
hold oot agam't tbe JJstdi. So otiT
pcul dispatch to the pre here roesjUoM
j th inter.
en-jneat gitea om im c-o, tad proceed-
oi ed lo.ex tnuaca-as'l oa u tuu 01 .t-
' Teicbrr, snlh great cerrroocr. proclaimed
the Bnt!"h protectorate over a part of that
tsUnc- 1 ae proxaorate ecrfrs tie toixh-
.era coast ea-tward of sbe Ose H-mdrfd aod
FortTnt rmSma, tast loncitod. d ia-
sriJ U'Stll s; 3r"l4
- i.-i :t i .ji. . r !-. -
aaocsxc- uaus jtuastrxi w cwia.irw
SeGleCii w tlie protectorate U
sot permised at preat, "
, Btsil;OT. Ja AcoIBtiffii cf railway
trairj occiirred t-4tj Bar lb dj(t at
Ilanaw. Fifteen persons were killed and s
large number wounded.
Paris, Nov. 14. Since midnight there
ha been seventeen deaths by cholera in this
- 1 deaths at OrarT
citv. Thirty-one in the hospital, and three
j Shipping wheat....
Corn, pare white ...
Swet Potatoes ,
fulalore, per tU..
Lhickpu, per Its
Chickens, per dozen
). C. Hnm ....,
3. C. lit. ltaeon ,
Bacon Aides ... .
I). S. Side ,,
K lour, high patent
Hone and Mule Market.
KecelpU the put week light! fair demand
ior Kou; common anu ecruu icrj huh ,
Hon-Es Heavy draught extra.
Good . . ..,... .... ... ...
Mclk 14 to 1. hands high
15 to 10 bands high
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market.
Nur Tobk. November 14,ts4.
V. S. S-i.er-eent ". 1WV
V S 4i-er-centf III.V
J. S. 4-pcr-cents
Missonri i'lkclflc C'a bonds
Hannibal X St Joseph bonda
Central 1'arino. atocks
Chicago A Alton
Chicago, Iiurllnfrton A julnry..
Denver A lMo Grande.
Hannibal .. St. Joet)h
. . 3S'
Hannibal St. Joseph preferred (aaked)... ij
Missouri raclflc '
Northern I'ac'tlc IS
New York Central e9
Hock Island 110
Union t'ttclile JJ
Wabash ... 3
Western Union - 6li
Kansaa City Grain and Produce.
Kjeitis City, November li.lsril.
Thi Ddly Indicator reports
Ktoctt Dull and weak.
Wiikat Iteccipti, 40,1-10 bnahela; ahlpments,
:il,() bushels; iu store, e'JO.uubuthrla; mark
et steady; No 2 red cash, WIS'; November, dus ;
Deei-mber. M bid. Mi asked; Jnnary, S3.S
bbl. MS as veil. May, Oo.V bid, 61; aakedj No.
3, til hid. .V asked; .to 4, 37; rejected, ; No.
i soft, 57 bid, 57'i asked
Cou Kecripta, 12,000 bnsbela: ahlproentt,
21,170 bushels; In store, 4S,(obubela; market
lessfttronir, aomeaales loer;So. 2mlxetlrab,
3 (s-1i':No7eraber. Brat half, 31V; oTembr,
ti bid, -a1; aaked December, flrat h ilf. 27 bid,
27.1' asked; year, 2tiJ; January, iX'.i May 2.i;
white mixed, 33; high mixed, 3t; rejecte.1, 23.
0TM December, 2.bld.
Kanaaa City Live Stock.
Kaxa4 Citt, November lt.lsM.
Tho Live-Slock Initiator reuorta :
Cattlk Uecelpta, 2,yt; market alowaty
Hoc KecelpU, ."i,22U; market Arm. I5e high
er; lots averaging 230 to lC pound aold at I.'.CI
tit.'o; bulk at Sl.3031 40
SintEP Ueeelpta, 222; market ateady at J.Mi
(&,1M for fair to good muttons
Louis Grain and Produce.
St. Locis. November It.lwt.
Klolii Market dnll and unchanged.
Wheat Market a fraetlon lower, fell Vc,
rallied ?,M',e, and cloted 'iff He abore yester
day; No 2 red, 7.V37.rlf cah; HXH71 Decem
ber; 7S", year; 7e,7tf'f January; KlXGnsb
May; closing at outsftle prices
Coils Market lower and alow, S!UA caahx
US November; Mii&M;, closing 4,4' year;
3SS.I3a. closing 3l,'i January; S.'i.'.'S.ISS May
OatsMarket lower: 2; cash ami November;
2CS-5,'i sear; 26', January; 2!2U1, May.
Krcicirr Flonr, 5,0) barrels ; wheat, C7,ono
husliels; com, l.1.') bushels; oats, Sn.oiii
bushels; rye,. S.UiO bushels; barley, it.oua
SuirMiNTi Hour, 9,wi barrels; wheat.
'A,Hi bushels; corn, 11,0.10 bnsbels: oats,
3,ij" bushels; rye. 7,t; barley, l,w.
XVbrat easier; 76J; December; 70 January; W
Corn easier; 31 -.year; S3.1,' January; S5,8
Uals quiet; 16 November; 20 May.
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Loci. November U.IssJ.
Hoc, Market active; Yorkers. 4 .Via 4 Si;
pscklr.ir, .3(Vf,l 4S; heavy, at.4o.j4 ii( re
ceipts, d,70n; shipments, 3,2i0.
Cattlk Heceluts, h.Vi; shipments, fftl;
care, no good natives offered and but few Tex
as on the mirket; pxports, ' -iVO-Vi; goo.1 to
choice shipping-, S.'O'nii.i".; common to medi
um, SI .Vx3.' U. Texas steers, 3.Mj4.3ti.
.ntr Itecelpts, l.lirt; shipment, 1.100;
market dull; eommm to meillnm, ti.Kdt 73
good to choice, 3 0173; lexas, l.7XtJ 23.
Chicago Oram and Produce.
Cnicuno, November 14,154.
Fbucn Market eaxler but ntl lower
WnrsT Market demand, active and unsettl
ed but mlte Arm, market o ened firmer. f.H).'c
higher, rallied fie. fluctuated, cIwIrk Ku',c
over yesterday; November. 72US73 closing 72'i
December, 7K'74,i, closing 74-f; January.
4',.2,s, ciomg .-; M-ty -1 417'-., closing si
; No 2 spring, 7.'673'4
ired, 73'i74; No 3, !
I .-so 1, -..sfa; .o.
Cokv Market fair demand, opened Brm.sAon
fell I se for November, for year fluctuated, dos
ing l',c lower; NorermW, .Sc lower than yes
terday; cah 44; Noveir-ber, 4JVtJ. closing
44; year. ..-a, cosing .''; May,3S',ttK,
Oats-Msrkel inlet, nominally unchanged;
cath.M',; November, 2S';fC2eH". cUalng .,', 1
year. MS; May. 23
FUcrirr riour, 1ft CjO barrels ; wbat, 1M
111O bushels: crrn. e7,ori bushels ;ost,!).ii
bushels; rye. 3,r bashelst ba'Iey, ,ujo
SmriTS Flour. 15.i'JG barrels; wheat,
61. f") bub-)s; com, I2,M; bnshrla : oats,
'.J bushels; rye, U,io bushels: barley,
Wheat easier; NoverobT and January roa
e; !cembes and May 'ic
Corn steady; November fell ea jsarand
(s'.slrre-mlar; Decambrr and year met He;
May fell ,
Of Accs-ints Aint Sedgwick Caaatv,
Kansas, for the Month of October, A. 0.
y. George E. Klrkpalrick, work on
ant Ke crossing blj slouch. . .fM
2J1. Cvnis sulliTan, witness fees,
dlslrirt cr.int. .. . . .
Hi. John Stewart, railroad ticket for
jaiipr .. . .
m. William Dalton, juror fee dls-
j 124. Ir I jmpbear. same
525. V. II. Kcler, s.me
! rSi. Kred W. Israel, nine
;."7. J. II. Coleman, sarae .
i 2b-Jsmes Stewart, same
! -iS. A, II. ('rlfSn.same
Vi. t. K. Mltfhelt, same
of si. U. . Itaies. same
fx. E. Vodst, rae .. .
j m. J. . lull. same. . . ..
4. '.- . ' . . .
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5 j,' ?" ytttrif' n":
, " ' Jj: nn"'-!"-. '
' . r Jt. OarxTsS, ..tat
, n. Jaha Usve..siie.
j Hi. s. O. Jlills, uae
I JI2, IJ. x. filler, same
iv. . Mniacr, sswe
! 114 W. I.. rte. lastrante r-!(cj-
cr V lor tbr years J
' Hi r. E. Klr'.p-triek. work on trade.
In Wacolownb!p, rercoatrct .. Vi U
HO. Ils B. Dram. Juror's fee , 54 00
, 17. I'- K (. dsmste 00 Xurrar
TOli V- (O
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cirn. same . ,. 3 t
OIreer, ara. .. iio
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ate. etalt vs.
S ate of Kbs. idirvrkk cttotj, .
I. Murray JfTer. oultr f Jsrrct
cftvrctr. Ke, do berrby terrify tkat tie
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i orIoarrctiarrrs for
parp or er- j
MctJs.y Xtk, Aailtar.
ALL DEESS GOODS
ALL HIGH-PRICED GARMENTS SOLD ON THE SAME
REDUCTION IN FACT ALL CLOAKS SOLD AT ANY
21 Main Street.
TAKE THE PLANK WALK ONE DOOR NORTH OF P.-0.
LANNELS AND BLANKETS
of a Rsduetlon nt
Cuelsi!c ' v Mtttrtt.
la all Ceiora as4
mtU WmiWa (Nsrw N.). Ill OmiIm Air.
CUT OF ALL !
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