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WICHITX, KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER , 18S4.
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G. II. TEBO, M.D ,
Physician, Surgeon and Acconcher. Diseases
of Females a specialty. OBce over Pollock
Pearee's, Boor No, 2 Kesldence on Market
treat. thrM blocks north of Central an nue.
Calls left at P. V. Healy'a and office promptly
C. V. BII1BKK, M. 1.
til ItoucU aveane, south aide. Barnes block
over Derby's Implement More, Wichita, Kan
Aaradaate and and praetldoner of Regular
Medicine and Conservative Surgery, nay -dal
attention to all Disease of tie Chest,
Abdomen, Pelvis, Serve, and peculiar to
Children: Confinement of Women : Sprain.
Fractures. Dislocations. Eruptions, Swelling
and Tumors. Office, 12SEat Dongla avenue,
Wichita-. Kansas Consultation personally, or
ujieuenn American, aa wen a me uerman
Tke noted snagaetle healer, is located at No. i
North Market street, where the sick and '
Basnas; saay receive u beaeat or her wonder- ,
sni neaung power.
Chart ea TeaaonabU.
Attorner-at-law. OBce on Dongla avenue.
vtci j.sui-i iu iwui iron. rzn-hm
rT. X. JOHNSON. H. D..
Homoeopathlst. Temple block, third stair
way aarta of potoce( Wichita. Kansas.
Oasee bean from 7 to9a.m., Ito3and7to
a. as Cluvrde disease a specialty. ISS-tf
DR. W. L. IOYLb
DssmsT. Otic over Barnes A Son's druc
lore. Centennial block. WlchlU.
DK.S. W. KICIIMOXD,
Kaa-ustle physician. Cures dlseaee f every
name and nature by mag-etic treatment, witu
oat medicine. His cures are speedy aud per
asaaeat, and cliargr rersouable. Diagnosis
and eonsulUtlon free. Parties from a distance
can board with him a reasonable rates. Office
asmib Waterstreet. Wichita, Kansas.
G. W. C. JONES.
Attorney-at-law. OBce la Eagle block
jsovey vo. ary gooas store
Da. W. S. McnDBKIE.
Formerly phrslcian and argeoa to the Loot
vllle City and Marine hospital, and late health
oaeer of Springfield, Illinois, ha located at
Wo. is Mala street, opposite the poetofflce,
for general practice. Special attention paid to
fyneeology, electric and galvanic baths. Or
fee hoars to 10 a.m. and 2 to I r. v., and at
TKKRT A DOMONtT"
Architects and Soperlntendents. Office In
Bays' block. WlchlU, Kansas. -tr
D. W SMITH,
Dbhtist Eagle building. Douglas arnue.
' W.AJtAM. UBO. W. ADAas.
ADAMS A All MS,
Ajsaraeyy at Law. Will practice In sUle and
(floral twarta Office in Eagle Block, Wlclilta,
HAatKIS U ABUIS A riREUAUUU,
JsMcnayaailaw, Commercial block, Wlcb-
J. M. BALDEBSTON,
ArroanT at law, WlchlU, Sedgwick county
Uaaa. OMee In CeaUunlal Block.
, .COLLI NJ, BOaT. M. riATT
COLLI NOH A PIATT,
Attorneys at Law. Will practice la both (Ute
and Federal oourU. Office In Temple block,
Mala street, second stairway north or Post
SSC. WlchlU, Kansas.
E. B BKNTZ,
Pkydclan aud Surgeon. Office over Fuller A
How's grocery .
J. j. CUIaT,
Architect and Superintendent. Oilier, Km II
Werner' block, Douglas at enue , bet ween To
peka avenue and LaHrence at.. WlchlU, Kan.
Dentist. Office In Temple block.
STANLEY A WALL?
Attorney at Ijw. WlchlU, Kansas,
iter Citizens' bank.
O. D KIUK,
Attorney at law Itoom No. 3, If. S. Land
offlce building:, Wichita, Kansas.
The Pbotoarapher. Ilctnrraln all sites and
tries, tie also carries the finest assortment
of ploinre framea In the city. Give him a
friendly call and examine samples. d-a-tf
t. D. iicvutosc, r. w. EEXTiav
HOUSTON A BKNTI.EY,
Attornf at Taw. Offlce over Kansas Na
tional bank. WlchlU. Kan.
Contractars and bnllders, on First street, west
of County building.
J. UUOIGEK, i
rraseu painter, sign writer and dnlRner.
KalsotntnlnK, paiier hanging, etc
umce, t.et- 1
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so oiiiiiiipg. on uongiaae
K. II. BROWN,
.1. I. I.AUCK,
Atlurney at law, Wichita, Kansas
E C KUCGI.K-9,
AUorne)-at-Iaw. Ol&oe over No.
Street, W Ichlta. Kansas.
OK. J. C. DEAN,
Dssjitist. Uooins in Kleld building,
street, opposite iiaruing t mners
W. T. WALKKU.
at Law. Office over Kansas
It. A. MITCHELL,
Attorner-at-law and collection agent.
Main street. Wichita. Kansas.
R. C. SCHJtOKUEK,
Phrslcian and enrgeon. OBce and residence,
wset side of Main street In W. Winch' new
bnlldlng.near poatoMee. d-lW-'m I
DE. J. K. OLDHAM.
OBce corner Lawrence and Donglasavenucs. '
Kcaldenee Topeka avenne, between Central and I
Third, opposite J. It. Mesd'a residence.
A. O. LOWBLL.
house renting business, Wichita,
Pioneer Lumber Man
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KSTAHMSIIKI) IN 1-Tii
A CompleU Stock of Fine Lumber.
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slvtjtoi hand j
ty Ofitt mod I'mrd on Markrl trnl, tthrttn !
Drwelss irtnvnd ririt Strrtl. -ct ,
DYEING & CLEANING
Wtrks 217 Mali Street
O. A. PeopleB, - Proprietor.
Hacker and Jackson
Hsndle all the
BEST GRADES OF COAL
CANON CITY. THINIDAD
& OSAC5E CITY SHAFT,
Et HAYDCN't F1HE-KmDI.Ell.-C.
c s. 2ij;oE.Tj3:iaojr
ROYAL OIL COMPANY,
. i , . .. i. . i i j Aa i United States gold dollars at the rate of,
Crkon, Irinalaig, Lmsecd and lard M.ojn
TUinXTTJrK AMD OASOUMX.
Coal Oil aad GaaoUn delivered to all part of
aal Daacla ava. Wichita, Kansas.
NOMINATIONS SENT BY
THE PRESIDENT TO
Philadelphia Letter Carriers
Want Additional Pay For
Extra Hours Worked.
Be Introduced to Give
General Grant a Life Pen
sion of $5,000 a Year.
Vest's Resolution Calling For an In
vestigation Into the Indian Territory
Bill Introduced In the House to Sus
pend the Coinage of Silver
Wamungton, D. C, Dec. 3. The presi
dent t-ent in tho following nominations:
ITugh McCuIlocli, of Indiana, for fcccrctary
of the treasury; Frank llatton, of Ion a, for
postmaster-general; Gen. Schuj lcr Crosby,
of Kew York, for first assistant postmaster
general; James Jlarlan, of Iova, for presid
ing judge of the court of commissioners on
Alabama claims: AVm. B. Scrigg", of Geor
gia, for entoy extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary of the United States to the
United States oi Columbia; John Baker, of
Illinois, minister resident and consul-general
of the United States to Venezuela; Thomas
A. Osborne, of Illinois, minister resident
and consul-general of the United States
to tho Argcntino Republic; Thomas
Adamson, of IVnnsvhania, for consul gen
eral of the United States to Panama; S. II.
Heappena, for consul general of the United
States at Constantinople; Fulton Paul, of
New York, for consul general of the United
States at Bucharest "Willard P. Lisdale, of
Ohio; for agent of the United States in the
Congo association, Win. P. Dun woody, ot
Iowa, member of the national board cf
health. Consuls of the United States :
William A. Brown, of Indiana, to San
Juan Del Xorto ; General L. Carlin,
of New Jersey, to Zurich; J. Maurice
Duke, San Salvador, Clias. Einstein, of New
York, Stuttgart; Frederick F. Fanner, of
Massachusetts, Three Kivers, Canada; (5. W.
Griffin of Kentucky, Sj drey, Nova Scotia;
W. Gilbert of Michigan, "Auklanil, New
Zealand; Dewitt L. Itcildy, of New Jersey,
at Kins; F. Underbill, atCindad, Bolivia;
Kobt. K. Wright, Jr.. of Penns lvarita, Co
lon (Aspinwalll: James F. Wilson of Mis
souri, Milan; A.E. Curti of Illinois, tecre
tary the Central and South American com
mission: Walter Q. Grosham, circuit judge
of the United Stte in the Seventh judicial
It is the opinion of n number of members
of the house cornmitteo on naval affairs that
no action will be taken by the committee on
recent recommendations of officials of the
I navy department for appropriations for new
vessels for the navv. They also think the
recommendations will not be favorably con
sidered by the house committee on appro
priations. An attempt to suspend the rules and pass
the bankruptcy bill will bo made the early
part of January, but as it requires 11 tw o
thirds vote for the suspension, it is not
probable the attetnpt will be succeful.
The secretary of the treasury appointed
W. S. Allan superintendent of construction
of the new public building at Slircveport,
I In the Snaim court martial to-day the
! books of Batcman & Co. were producea and
the cross-examination of J. Stanlcv Brown
proceeded with. He explained at length va-
rious transactions in the lock account of
1 Gen. Swaim and the further testimony of
tho witness until to-morrow. Adjourned.
becy Teller, Postmaster Ucneral Hatton,
Assistant 1 ostmastcr lieneral Jla7cn, and
Kailway Superintendent Tliompson will
iorm a party 10 aitena ine opening 01 111c
New Orleans exposition.
A delegation of Philadelphia letter enrri
(rs colled upon Postmaster General Hatton
to-dav and presented a memorial, staling
tho character of their employ ment comes
within the provisions of the eight-hour law,
nnd that they arc entitled to compensation
for the extra hours of labor given the gov
ernment since then action of tho labor net,
and requesting Mr. llatton to provide a
remedv. The nostmnsler reneral informed
tho delegation that congressional action will
bo necessary in tho case, and indicated his
willingness to further the procurement of
tho necessary legislation by all tho means at
Washisotox.D. C, Dec. .". Mr. Mnu-
derson, at hi own request was released from
service on the committee of claims. On
similar requests Mr. Slater was released
from service on the committee on tl-li and
fisheries, Mr. Morgan from the commilteo
on Indian nlTairs, and Mr. Dawes from the
committee on examining the several branclus
of the civil serv ice.
Proceeding to tho calendar tho senate, of
fer an amendment, passed tho bill au
thorizing tho construction of a railroad
bridge across the St. Croix, between Still
J Water and Tavlors Flats, Minn.
Mr. est s resolution of jesterday calling
for an investigation into tho leases made by
the Indians of the Indian territory, was
taken up and the amendment agreed to, in-
eluding within the scope of the investiga-j
tion the leases of lands in the Indian refer- 1
vations. Mr. Plumb defended tho secretarv
of the interior against the criticism made by
Mr. Vest vesfcrday. nnd hoped the investi
gation now contemplated would result in
suggesting a plan which would reconcile the
deeds of the settlers and the Indians. The
resolution was then agreed to.
The senate also passed the hill authoriring
the secretary of war to adjust ond settle the
account for arms, etc, between the terito
ry of Montana and the United State-.
Mr. Slater gave notice that on Monday
next he would take up and would press to a
passage tho bill declaring forfeited the un
earned land granted to aid in the construc
tion of the Orcgem Central railway.
The select cornmitteo of the senate were
continued and tho presiding othcer given
power to fill existing vacancies ersuch at
mav occur this week. t
, ine message ucing rectneu jrom tue
I snciinn nrA CsATtn taslisilimivl.
1 ltIL-31Ai:Ait. SMW nimtv " , susv v .s.v. -M, v
satsnts-iT'MitM,ilI will tn-mnrrmr introiliiPft I
a bill granting a pension of $5,000 a year to!
Gon. Grant, for life, beginning the date ofl .v large number of prominent people were
his retirement from the presidency. . present from all parts of the state. The
The chairlaid beforetlio senate the report state house is draped in mouning and can
of the commission appointed to select a site j nor.5 WCre fired every half-hour from sunrise
for the pedestal Garfield statue Referred, j t, 2 o'clock.
Mr. McPherson introduced a bill to sus-
pend the coinage of silver dollar. It pro- Bad Debt
vides that on and after the passage of the act , t-. , s--rs.- tVts rw s r.-,Utn
I the coinage of silver dollars shall be sus-
pended;that the secretarv of thctreasurv bo
directed not to re-issue" any United States
notes of a denomination less than five dol-
lars and to destroy all United States notes I
oi a less ceaom nation tnan nveaouars, ana
to cease engravingor printingall such notes. J
i it aumomes ino fccrciarT oi me irwasurr
v aiiinnnvM inn Miiirv m t no rmtsi-PT'
upon the deposit of silver, bullion in such
sub-trcasurv as he may designate to iuc to
the depositor thereof sliver ccrUficatcs bav-(
ine upon their face the weight and market
value of the bullion deposited, calculated in
the presenUUon of any sitver certificates defaulting secretary of the board of direc
issued under the provision of this act by the ton of the academy of music, pleaded ,
legal holders thcrvol to redeem the same by j
the delivery to depositors ol silver
bullion of the weight and fineness specified.
The following bills were introduced into
the senate to-day and referred:
By Mr. Wilson, providing that railway
postal clerks shall hereafter be appointed
for a probationary term of from three to
nine months. If the record of service and
conduct made in that time is satisfactory a
permanent appointment shall be mrde, sub
ject to removal lor muti
Lb W ITU1VIU s Vl;.
By 31 r. Dolpb, making Portland, Oregon,
and Port Townsend, "W ashington territory,
rJiato tmnsnortation of dutiable -roods an
puns 10 which me act iu renuuu iu uuuc
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' Bv Mr. Miller, of New York, authorizing
the president to place Brevet Major General
William W. Averill on the retired list of the
army with the rank and pay of colonel; also
a bill providing the-nords "Confederate
cruisers, in the act re-establishing the
court of commissioners of the Alabama
claims, shall be construed and held to in
clude for all purposes of said
act, any and all vessels, officers and crews
of vessels onranized as expedition?, acting as
such by the authority of the late, so called,
confederate government, or any officer by
which -vessels or cargoes of loyal citizens of
the United States were captured or estrayed
on the high teas, and that act shall be con
strued to include any waters within the ad
miralty iurisdiction'of the United States. It
further provides that any case all ready
heard involving tho question of confederate
cruisers, shall be reopened and reheard upon
due notice. "
On motion of Cobb the senate amendment
to its bill forfeiting thu unearned land grants
of tho Atlantic iS: Pacific railway company
was non-concurred in.
On motion of Kandall the house went a
committee of the whole on the bill making
appropriation for the naval service.
evmour, member of tho committee on
commtrce, supported tho bill of the com
mittee. Ho said llcgan's so strict as to in
terfere with the laws of trade. "
Mr. Lone, another member of tho com
mittee, noxt addressed the house, affirming
that legislation on the subject of interval
tranportalion was desirable and demanded,
but the question should be discussed and
considered with care. There was no subject
at which nn impassioned orator could Are
his gun with louder report for a small load
of powder than tho railroad sv stem. He
favored the establishment of an inter-state
commission which should have supervision
of inter-state commerce.
Mr. Fetors cited instances whero wrongs
were perpetrated by railroad companies upon
the producing classes of the country by un
reasonable charges for freight transporta
tion, aim ueciareu rcmeuiaic icgmuuon mi
the subject was imperatively demanded.
Such remediate legislation wus contained in
the provisions of the bill under considera
tion. He strongly favored the commission
At the conclusion of Mr. Peters' remarks
the subject went over until to-morrow.
It was ordered when the house adjourned
to-morrow it be to meet next Monday. Ad
journed. Railroad Racket.
New Yoiik, Dec. 3. The railroad passen
ger war continues unabated. The West
Shore and Erie aic selling tickets to-day to
Chicago for 8.00. The New York Central,
Delaware, Laekawana, and "Western roads
a'k S10.50 to the samo point. To Detroit
the Erie asks $G; to Cincinnati, $10.00. It
is understood that the Central has instructed
brokers to sell their tickets as low as any
Chicago, Dec. 3. Tho general managers
of the Mis-ouri river lines, at a meeting tihs
afternoon, decided to order the restoration
of Ji eenger rates to MUsouri river points,
taking effect to-morrow noon. Kates are
S12.50 to tho Missouri river and $".50 frm
Chicago to St. Louis. The new agreement
runs two vears.
New York, Dec. 3. The announcement
from Chicago .late this afternoon that the
rates had been restored to Missouri points,
was discussed to-night in the lobby of the
Windsor hotel, and tho fact appeared to
give satisfaction to such railroad men as
were present. President John Newell, of
tho Lake Shore railway, said:
"I am v ery glad to hear it. I hopo the
arrangement will be permanent. There is
nothing more to bo said, only that the
change must prove beneficial to all roads
Daniel "Vorden said. "Jt is a good thing
if they only stick to the agreement, but un
fortunately wc know that unless there is
somo penalty attached, that is not alwavs
the case, a" hcivy money penalty might
oblige them to keep the agreement for two
At n meeting of the presidents in the of
fice f Commissioner Fink, to-day, it was
decided to fix rates on live stock at 40 cenU
per hundred pounds and on dressed beef at
0 cents from Chicago to New York. Tho
cliango to go into cflcct Monday next. Those
rates arc somewhat higher than those of tho
July tariff and much higher than the pres
ent rates which aro 20 and S2 cents respect
ively. Judge Coolcv, arbitrator, decides
that hercalter dressed beef rates aro to be 75
per cent greater than rates for live stock.
The agreement also provides for milcago
of not less than 1,000 miles, except in Wis
consin, where the law provides lor 500 millo
tickets, these tickets to be redeemed at -J
cents per mile, and uKo provides for tho
commissions only to regular agents, such
commissions being fixed on tho basis of $2
from Chicago to Mi-souri river points
and solicitors to be paid the regular
salaries and no business to be done through
scalpers. Each line to have but one citv
tieket office outside of the depot", unless ail
de-iro to put tickets in two principal hotels.
Kansas City is allowed two city ticket of
fices. Thc'ngrecmcnt is signed by all lines
between Chicago and the Missouri river,
Chicago nnd St. Louis, and St. Louis and
the Missouri river. It may be terminated
after ono year bv r.otico between December
1st nnd 10th, 18&5.
KoitT Monroe, Dec. 3. The handsome
quirters, in the garrison, of Col. Loder,
burned this evening. Loss about S5.000.
P nit vm, Minn., Uec 3. The Northern
Paeific brewery', ownetl by Peter Shroeder,
burned this "morning. Loss, $50,000, in
Bipukforp, Me., Dec 3. While the Sal
vation Army were holding a meeting in a
largo hall at Saco last night when tho build
ing was discovered to be on fire, and a seri
ous dis.itcr was only avoided by the prompt
manner in which the aud'encewas dismissed
befoiv the danger became apparent. Tha
fire was the work of an incendiary. Great
indignation is felt-
l'lTT:liLua, Pa.. Dec 3. A Commercial
Gorettc Com-, Pa., special says: Fire to
night destroyed the Atlantic &' Pacific tea
compnny's ."tore, the Daily Telegraph office,
a neition" store and one dwelling. Loss, $12,
000; partially- insured.
Trkcton, N. J., Dec 3. The funeral
service of Maj. General Molt occurred at j
Bordcntown this morning at the late rc-l
dence of the deceased. Bov. Mr. Kails offi
ciated. The remains were then brought to
tbi rilv -end met bv Gov. Abbott and a
militarv guard, and taken to the state house
anu ia;'(i ln rtatc there until 2 o'clock. The
provisional battallioa acting as c-cort con-
IlfelfSfi III II IT1I dllll Iiaillfst. -i. It UlUtTJV Liir.
1 s-jwuetA. .-inTcttn a T niWltarv '
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niver View ccmeterv and was interred,
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edy occurred here la: night, resulting in
the death of L.V. Strapon and Dr. Calhoun
IjwrcaWi both well, known citizens. The
. rK (1v mv-f rtiit tf iha LATs-nnt nf at
Jiffil.itr Www out of the settlement of a
licZL Simpson ted fir7Cmortailv
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nce fired thrM $hotj ra:lj ukiag ,ffecU
!the,attrn; p,,,., s-j ,, heart.
Tjiwrenr,, ';, SOIe hou after the
rrST J. oaren.
guilty and was sentenced to eighteen months
Kansas City Specials
Kaxias Crrr, Dec. 8. Journal's Atchi
son special: The board of railroad comrais
sloners Jo-day inspected the repairs on the
first 113 miles of the Central Branch rail
road as made by their recommendation.
They find that the road has been greatly im
proved, though much needs yet to be done
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I to bring the road for tho first 120 miles we
from Atchison into a state of efficient repair.
- i lne nuj'"'oners
m, -::--. ,... ,..., (Win
I Ine commissioners nave assurances irora
the management that new material will oon-
tinue to bt furnished for this line sufficient
to put the whole road in thorough
repair. There has been but one accident
during the year to passenger trains, result;
ing in slight injuries to several passengers.
The report covers the ground thoroughly
and makes a good showing. Much still re
mains to be done to make the first hundred
wiles of tqe road equal to the average rail
road in Kansas, but good progress is being
made under the personal supervision of Su
perintendent Fagan, and $240,000 has been
thus far expended Tor new track material.
Many wheat fields along the eastern divis
ion of the Central Brancn railroad are uesva,
ion ot tno ucntrai urancn ratiroaaare ueaeuiv c ?;ct ----
showing that the Hessian Uy has been tt -
work. Reports from farmers indicate hbW'
ever, that no damage has been done west of
Watervillc. Its ravages being confined to
tbe northeastern portion of the state, which
is not. however, n wheat countw. 'Much of
.Lba-com, is still ithesW, but is boingrsp-
ldly gathered; although prices rule as
low aa 12 cents at Greenfield rnd vi
cinity, Columbus Cases.
Coixmbis, O., Dec. 5. In the United
States court to-dtv a decision was rendered
in the cause of tho Central trust company,
of New York, against tho Ohio Central coal
and railroad company, ordering them to
pav into court, within thirty davs, S33.000
for tho benefit of holders of coupon bonds;
also commanding the coal companyto pay
into court, within the same time, $550,000
for tho benefit of bondholders in default.
The 4,500 acres of coal land in Hocking
and Perry counties will bo sold at auction
at this city by Wm. 31. Kamscy, mnMcr
commissioner, appointed by the court.
Pittshuro, Pa., Dec. 3. Thi- evening
while George Hart, a well known mechanic,
was at work in a pit at the Keystone bridge
company works, a heavy iron girder struck-
him, completely severing hi head and both
legs from his body.
Zug & Co.'s new iron mill and nail de
partment will close down next Saturday un
til after the holidays, on account of dull
Schocnberger's blast furnace will resume
Monday, giving employ ment to two hundred
The Lucv furnace company, employing
seven hundred men, this afternoon posted a
notice of a reduction of twelve and one-half
per cent in wages, to go into etfect at once.
Albany, N. Y., Dec. 3. President-elect
Cleveland will attend tho charitable enter
tainment in the Academy of Music in New
York to-morrow for tho benefit of the actors'
fund. Ho will go by tho Hudson lliver
railroad by a special train, leaving here in
the forenoon, and will be accompanied by
his sister, Miss Cleveland; his private secre
tary, Erastus Corning, and wife; Mayor
Bunks and wife, and Col. Cusidy, of the
governor's staff. The party will go direetly
from the train to the Academy of Mu-ic,
and will return by special train immediately
after the close of 'the pc rformance.
Boston, Dec 3. The American Bell Tele
phone company to-day declared its usual
dividend of three dollars per share, payable
January 15th, to stockholders of record of
December 31, and an extra dividend of three
dollars per share, payable December 15, to
stockholders of racord at the cloc of busi
ness. To-dav tho latter action caused a
jump in the stock from 262 to 2G9, the latter
figuro bid alter the morning boaru. wucs
vfere made later, however, nt 208.
St. Louis Exposition.
St. Louis, Dec 3. At the election of the
board of directors of the Exposition and
Music nail association, the old board with
the exception of one niember,wa rc-clpcted.
Although the exposition which closed lost
month yielded 3 profit of $ 18,000. the
board found themselves still short of funds
to complete their building in thu sly le origi
nally planned nnd they will now probably
place a bond upon the" structure and apply
the proceeds to a speedy finish of tho mu
sical hall and all pirts'of the building so
that they can give a grand musical festival
Wnr.ELi.fo, W. Va., Dec 3, At Balhire,
O., Bub Boram stabbed Sam Day three
times in the left breast with a large dirk
knife. Day will die. Boram was jailed to
await the result of Day's wound-. The a--sanlt
was premeditated. Boram is a notori
ous character and Day a quiet young man.
A man named Archer interfered and was
badlv, but not dangerously, cut by Boram.
Preacher- In Trouble.
Leave.vwokth, Dec 3. Bcv. B. F. Bates,
presiding elder of tho Eastern Kansas dis
trict of the African 31. E. church, was ar
rested this evening, charged with bastardy.
The complaint is mide by Carrie Anderson,
a member of his church, who is 17 vcars old,
and states that la-t July Bate-, took her in
the church and forced her to comply with
his carnal wishes.
Ma coy, G-a., Dec 3. A horrible tragedy
occurred last night at Camilla. Before day
unknown parties entered the house of
Stephen Goodwin and killled him while in
bed, and also killed Mrs. Melinda Gregory
and son in their beds. Their money was
not taken. Goodwin's horse and buggy and
shotgun arc missing.
Emporia, Dec. 3. The Emporia Daily
Republican received this evening a sjecial
dispatch from Arkansas City, signed by A.
C. McCord, secretary of the Oklahoma
colony stating that the colony was well or
ganized, and would positively- move for Ok
lahoma to-morrow vnder command of Vie-c
President W. L. Crouch.
1 Tobacco Clause.
j Kkv West, Fla., Dec 3. The New s says
of the tobacco clause in the Spanish treaty,
I if the treaty is ratified by the senate with
this clause, Kev v et is doomed. The citv
would cloc up every cigar factory and force
! about 17.000 of our citircns out of emplov
ment and entail a loss of about $2,000,000
On a Crulso.
Norfolk, Va., Dec S. Gov. Cameron
and Oyster Inspector Hunter left to-night in
the states new ovstcr gunboat lor a cruise
UO ClWBPWk? MV
after ovter pirvtes.
1 -.r- t . f 1 ..
la.- 15 trie tn:ru
gowrnor has led during his term
LotnsviixE, Ky, Pec. 3. The lLnbitities
of Hill A Fletcher, wholesale notions, who
' assijied yesUrday, is estrmited at 5S0,(X.
asels, S150aXW. "Xothinc Mmsationil in the
failure, which ws forced by the dullness o!
VjLsni2.GTO.v, I). C-, Dec 4. Indications
for Missouri arc fair weather,
kiiis lire-V AfiaTtsm r Tfl,peiTjafrt- fn Fuj. 1
davHair' weather for AstrteTea.; f cV vJc.r
n,Ti. ;. iifht t. fn t.-nru.ntr.ro
Lrrr-j-Kock, Art, Dec. -The pres:-
d'ntisl elcsiors unanimous't- adopted a !
memorial to the president elect, ursine Sen-
ator Garland for attorney general.
Profeaaor Dead. j
HaMiLTOX, N. Y-, Dec 3. Rev. John!
James Lewis, professor in the Madison uni- j
versitv, died to-dsv of pneumonia-
f tili .
' 1 ! t !
OF THE ELEC
By Accident Hendricks Nearly,
Loses One Vote in New York, '
But the Mistake is Dis
covered. Tki United
States Grand Jury
" liitl t;Work op the Lcman
Brand Contested Case.
Tata Mater of Governor Cleveland Indig-
naMtry Denies the, Statement of
"&3a Mew York Newsnarjcr
Tslsjfssims Giving Items of .merest
J'''rtlBin the 'Various Countries
St. LotTis, Dec & A Jefferson Cityjflaits
ialto the Post-Dispatch says; There-den-tial
electors met this forenoon and cast six
teen votes for Clouland'and Hendricks.
John J. Mortin, of SUj Louis was elected
messenger to convey the ote to Washing
ton. Atlanta, Ga., Uec 3 The presidential
electors meet to-dav and cast the
vote of tho state for Cleveland and Hen
dricks. Columbus, O. Dec, 3. The Ohio electoral4
college met ut noon to-day and the full v ote
of twenty -three was cast for Blaine and Lo
gan for president and vice-pi evident,
QpycoRB, N. ILJKc. 3. State elector
mcf this morning and cast the vote of the
state for Blaine and Logan.
Alii vy v, N. Y., Dec. 3, The presidential
electors nut this morning and cast the vote
of the state for Cleveland nnd Hendricks.
Little Bock. Dec. 3. The presidential
electors met to-dav and cast the seven votes
of Arkansas for Cleveland and Hendricks.
Si. Loin. Dec 3. A Post-Dispatch
speciul from Springfield. Ill,, says the presi
dential electors met in the senate chamber
at noon to-day aud cast twenty-five votes for
limine and l.ogun.
R iLkigh, N. C, Dec. 3. The electoral
college met and cast the vote of the state for
Cleveland and Hendricks. The ballots ue-d
were made of silk grown in North Carolina.
Iypi ixafolih. Dec! 3. The presidential
electors met this morning and cast their
votes for Cleveland and Hendiieks. The
electors called in a body on Gov. Hendricks
to pay their respects.
St. Paul, Minn., Dec 3. The presiden
tial electors held a meeting to-day and cast
tho vote of the state for Blaino and Logan.
TortKA, Kas., Dec. 3. According to a
statutory provision, tho electoral college met
in the onice of Secretary of State bmith,
at V2 o'clock noon, and was called to order
by General Price, and the. organization com
pleted by the election of L 0. Pickering as
chairman, and D. A. Valentine secretary.
The oath of office was administered by Chief
Justice Horton, nnd the voles taken, which
resulted in nine straight being cast for Jas.
G. Blaino for president, an8 the same num
ber deposited for John A. Logan for the
offico of vice-president. Aftferwards the
technical formality of sigjjag and certifying
to the returns to the prejuuent of the senate.
Judge C. G. Foster, and for the messenger
was completed, ana tue more interesting cer
emony of choosing a messenger to carry tho
vote to Washington was undertaken. On
the fourth ballot J. M. 3Iillcr received seven
votes, and on motion of General Rico the
selection was made unanimous. On motion,
A. J. Fell and General J. II. Kice wxreVap
pointed a committee on resolutions, and re
ported the lollowing, which were) aaoptea
1'e-olved, That we renew our fealty to
the undying principle- of tho national Re
publican party and desiro to conevto our
gallant standard bearers, Hon. James G.
Blaine and Gen. John A. Logan an expres
sion of our confidence and esteem; that wo
regard Blaine and Logan, as private citi
zens as higher and better reprefcntatives, of
American manhood than any official repre
sentative of the Democratic partv; that wc
recognize in James G. Blaine tlio greatest
living representative of American ltepub
licanirm and tender to him our earnest
thanks for his manly aggresMvo campaign
for 15publican supremacy; that Kansas, the
first-born child of Republicanism, again
pleelgcs her fidelity to ltcpublicnn princi
ples and in the future as in tho ptst Kansas
will inarch at the head of the Republican
column giving more Republican majority
in proportion to her population than any I
Resolved, That the secretary be re-(ueled '
to forward a copy of these resolutions to I
James G. Blaine and John A. Logan. i
The following resolutions were alo tinan- I
imouslv adopted: J
Resolved, That wc herein- tender to tho !
secretary of state, tho Hon. James Smith,
our sincere thanks for the conrtesv extended
to us while occupying his office eluring onr
sessions while engaged in the discharge of
the duties a- electors for the state of Kansas.
ltesolv eel. That wo arc under obligitions
to him and appreciate his services in pre
paring the various certificates and papers
required to be prepared and signed by us,
by so doing he has greatly lightened our la
bors and facilitated our work.
The following aro the electors ond the
counties from whenco thev hiil: Gen. John
Holt Rice, of Bourbon; Delbert A. Va!en
tine, of Clav; Andrew J. Felt, of Nemeha;
Isaac Orlando Pickering, of Johnson; Joseph
Lemuel Deni-on, of Neosho; James Monroe
Miller, of Morns; rred Vt.aturgc, or Cloud
Winfield Scott Tilton, ot l rego;
Ihompson Taylor, of Reno.
On motion adjourned siuc die'.
LANif, Mich., Dec 3. Vt noon to-d-vy
the Michigan electors orgaiuz-d by the elec
tion of .1. Eastman Johnson chairman, and
Geo. II. French secretarv. Two members
were absent. Ge-n. C. 5te"ke1e was chew to
carry the vote for Blaine and Logan to
Nasiiv ills, Tenn., Dec 3. The electoral
college met nnd cast the twelve votes of th"
state for Cleveland and Hendricks. Col.
Robert J. Chcs'er, the oldest Democrat n
tho state, was elected inessongerv
Acsnx, Texas, Dr. C The Democratic
presidential electors for Texas met at tbo
state capitol to-dav and cast their thirteen
votes for Cleveland and Hendricks. A spir
ited contest was had for the office of messen
ger to Washington. W. S. Kobson of
Fayette, was cbo-en after twenty-five ballot.
Eight candidates sought the honor of mes
senger. The ejectors sent a telegram to
Preidint-e!ect Cleveland, rongratulating
him on h:s 128,000 majority in Texas.
New York Notea.
New Yokit, Dec 3. Ditpafchc from all
points sav the state presidential lctors of
the several states met to-day and cast their
votes as directed dv the people ana seiecwa
me.-en.ers to conVey to Washing the
result o the ballot.
At th meeting ol toe electors o: uu state
at Albanv. the procwdlci-s was sospended
, , . . ., , !
for an hour owing to the absence of John
Deltnar, of Brooklyn, and Alvm Devereux,
of the Twecty-sixth district. The atoor and
galleries were crowded si the t!nn asd
much disarrtointmest expressed at the lafl-
1 ure of the two electors to repcd "-pre-scnt"
when their names were eaUed.
i Eugene Kelley, banVer, presided. Wc
I hit tisttia was c-sJlrd to vote for vice rtresf-
,. .. . . , ,-, . . r3,.j,r.
UPUfc UC UIV.ACT4 U m UVK. w.mi s.., hm. -
. .. . a
- ?r ll d T -ta..8C0
One of lb other eieciors dtectea lne error
in time to save Mr. Hendricks from birg
cheated" out of one electoral vote. "When
,. . -
audience were p-ver- The rrtum were
tjgned and Erastus Cornirj& of Albany,
desicnated as -nessenrer to convrr th re-
tnT to Wasbin-rtoa.
In cw Jersr the electors united in
recommending Attorney General Stockton
as the proper representative cf New Jersey
for a cabinet position -ia case Cleveland
i snouio aeterrnma iq select raesawer. a- uw
cabinet frota trdsstate.! f ' ? f If
' The Stewart-Huntington case2 was sm-
- turned to-day in the supreme court,
deposition of Thomas Pevton with r
. to surrendering his Central Pacific stock to
-j' tho defendant at the samo time as Stewart,
was read. Jir. 1'eyton s stocic was sur
rendered under the same circumstances.
Mr. Peyton then took the stand, but his
testimony was only corroberative of that of
Mr. Stewart yesterday.
Gen. Aspinwall testified he had, as execu
tor of -his (Aspinwalls) father's estate,
brought suit against the defendant on Sep-
4 tember SJ, ibid. 110 ftau an interview with
Huntington in reference to the claim or his
father's estate against the defendant, being
the difference between the price paid his
father for his stock and the price paid others
: subsequently. HuntiDgton said he could
uvk ai'k uuiMUU vi tuu nut iia; ui um wuuui.
The trial of the suit was brought in the
Kings county supreme court by Mrs. Sholb
IiAAT'iIIa ti-tfrt nr tha a r.. ssn 4 1 rs ra vrtrtvsawh
jet or confidential clerk of Lord, Day fc Co.,
to have the deeds of her real estate to the
Mercantile Trust company set aside on the
ground that she signed the papers under du
ress, was rc-umed to-dav.
Urs. Scoville testified that the officers of
the trust company came to Blrck Bock,
Conn., the 27th of July, 18S4, where she and
her husband were and brought them to a
hotel in this city, and that thev forced her
husband and herself to sign tfio deeds, and
that they furnished her husband with money
to leave the country and told him the de
tectives were looking for him.
- r iMr. D. O.'Mtlls gave a dinner to-day in
lonor of .lames It. Blaine. Mr. and Mrs.
B-Elkins were of the pastv. After dinner
Mr. Blaine went to the Metropolitan opera
hou-c and listened to Lohengrnc.
Cuicaoo, Dec. 3. The federal grand jury
to-day visited the office of tho county clerk
and personally- examined the vault from
which, it is clurgnl tlia envelope., cojitaining
tfio ballots cast in tho Second precinct of
the Eighteenth ward was abstracted and
two hundred forged tickets putt ir place' of
a liko number cast nt the polls. Judge
Blodgctt also issued an order for the pro
duction of ballots the second time before tho
grand jury and they be examined this after
noon to determine what bearing the testimo
ny given as to me priming oi lorgeu ucaets
lias'upon the case.
The Daily News will say to-morrow that
during the examination of tho alleged forged
. ballots bv the United States grand jury to
day, Fnliis, who engraved the fac simile of
the head of the bogus Republican ticket,
hud. Wright, of Hanscom & Co., who set UP
and printed tho body of the ticket, were
called in and shown tho tickets which were
supposed to be fraudulent, and that Fatlis
identified the head as that engraved by him
by certain accidental slips of tho engraving
tool, and tliat Wright identified tbo whole
ticket as that printed by him on the night of
November "1st, pr seventeen days after the
election. At this time tho original ballots
were in the custody of County Clerk Ryan.
It luu alreidy be'en re ported that Wright
yestcrdav testified before the grand jury
that tho "bogus tickets were delivered on the
evening of November 21, to J. C. Mackin,
secretary of the Democratic county com
mittee. Toledo Topics.
Tolepo, O., Dec 3. Tho Toledo produce
exchange to-diy adopted an" address to the
railway in-inager? of the country setting
forth the fait that nt tho inueh higher valua
tion of western produelion tho past few
years, transportation rates were, based upon
the principle of what the traffic-would bear.
The principle is declared to be a fair one
and sanctioned by participation jn fcacral
prosperity, but the railroads have
now so changed, it is belicvid, the
value of western products and rail'
rates as to demand revision and. readjust
ment. Even under a water rate rojn Jake
ports to the seaboards of 0 centa'per busH
el. The Kansas farmer has realized only 35
to 42 cents per bushel for his wheat. The
com crop i- tho great commodity that for
nishes tmnsporlrtion and we are now at the
beginning of the movement. At present
price's thu result to the farmer is so exceed
ingly small that the very lowest possible
rato will bo required to give a stead v water
business and prevent wholesale feeding of
the crop instead of grrfngtba grain.
Mrs. Jtf. B. Bacon, of this city, a sister of
President-elect Cleveland, iwajptttnlly dis
claims all knowledge of an interrfew with a
correspondent of n New York journal, which
has been widely circulated by the press
throughout the country, and whereby sna is
made to express predictions m to the future
management of the White House and views
concerning her own and her brother's family
relations. She declares the statements to be
absurdly false, and annoying in tho extreme,
and she'has nothing to make public concern
ing Mr. Cleveland's future, except that she
and her sutc: entertain to high a personal
regard and re.spf-ct for their brother that
they aru glad to allow hint to make his own
plans without being hampered by their in
terference: Foreign Notes.
LoypON-, Dec 3. The executive council
of the International Inventors' exhibition,
to be ojencd nctt May, has resolved to re
ceive American applications for space until
jtong Kong dispatches to
the Time-, soy; It H believed here that
China is determined to resist France, hha
will insL-t on her niitbority over Anam and
Lcr righf to maintain a Cbine-e garnson at
stategic point' m that country, she will in
sist, aUo, that the French legation at Anam
shall be placed on the sami- footing ss tho
legations of other countries.
A dispatch from Dongola savs the jnudir
has received news that the Mahdl is dead
and his followers dying fast. The camel
corps and the Maffordshiro regiment will
start for Ambukol next week.
The Chineo ambassador in an interview
to-day with the Erl nf Granville protested
th-it ft was a br-adi of neutrshtv on the
part of England to permit French raen-ot-
war to coal and victual at Hong Kong.
Negotiations relative to mediation between
r ranee nnd China nave ceased- nungy
Ivmcn has rejecteel ail overtures made by
England n that direction.
Advises from tin- Gold Coast of Africa
statn thst trade nota had taken plat at
Winnebah. Twelve men were killed and a
number wounded. Th- notTS were finally
Pari, Dec. 3. The apartments of 3'.
Morrin, the man shot th othr day by
Madame Ciovu Hugnes, have been searched
sad an important document found, includ
ing th witnesses' subpia by Madame
Lenorcr-rn to testify against her husband.
She wished tp obtain a divorce, and engag
td the srncw of a private detective agency
to prove guilty relations between her hus
band and Madame Gov: Hugnes.
Le Paris jtatcs the secretary of the Chinese
legation at London has submitted proposals
to Earl Granville, Bnuih mediator, which
France can accpt.
Le Paris say Admiral CourWt telegraphs
the crvstrmneit that tb-s health cf the crews
of tbclVeach fieet In the Chinese waters U
An Alg-.ers dwpateh stst that it is re-
por:i mat Furpieiovzs cases oi siccsew on
the transports bound to lonqum
have been found upon medical ersminstton j
-- --' . .
continvitd three- days, Wednesday, Friday
and saturosv un. i sy were Drutairy i
driven out c Conception hay arntd intA-1
in?, itonc-r-fcltinc aad nont ezrcration. j
j . .. ,-,,, . ,. v
g T.a SiXi t,jA.-A j-.-Ta nuivut a isuatau j
Th prot-ction cf the United j
..., nrw-up.! nr it 4 mti9Mi Vc Vs n '
Bcxae. lrci The. btuTdlnj; U araCway J
through the Great St. Bernard raocntatn m ,
nr.A'T disCTJMMn. Apcjlic-atwc ha bees i
made to the federal council for a cosoeasloa ,
to enable the work to be attempted.
pcrsTT cedi of tfc trcasarr and to pay the
-t..ww.jft mvr . i n-'m J m Iri f'.t X M ctlajN -rt aty
. . ) . I . l If .1.. . 1
arrangement ansa the national bank to re-'
dae t& ciarions tot snteKly now nescg
paid the bank fro-a 10 to pr cent. This
will leave th greater part of the custotas '
revenue at the dispoul of th goverri7ie-Bt.
Aacr.cts ra.lwsT sntsJses aacar.ttBjr to
It p-r cent of the customs datsss wul be
maintained. An Ajnericaa debt tit $QjN0
com-n duo tcu month win be met- Prtai
dext Draz has such aasaraace fromth bank.
St. Prrntrr;ac, Dec 2. Seres asarca
tsts, oa cf whom 5t a w?tnas, have beea ar
rested her. Document of a rrrl-rtiosary
and erisninal character was found in their I
possession. There are fresh agrarian crimes
sbwtsss i near onrush r saBn a rna nwiv-f ri;
y ajva u ssssevrss A44 MIO UtVIUSVC Vf
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Shipping wheat .
Corn .., ... ... .
Corn, pure white .
Pat cow and heifers...
Fat shipping hogs, best
Stock and feeding bogs .
. i sonsaoo
. 3 soasoo
. x x3as eo
. Z M
Sweet Potatots . .-.,.,
PaaUoM, irrbn ..,
4 M I
Turnips. ,..,.., . .....
Onions ., .. ... ...'.-
Applas , .'.
Chickens, pr lb
Chickens, per doxen
8. C. Hams
8.C. Bk. Bacon ...
D. 8. Side
Shoulders ..... . . .
Corn mal ..... ,,.-
rionr, hlf tt pafeat ..-'
riour, XXXX...... .
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Horaa and Mule Market.
'Issalptsthe past' week llfbti fair demand
nr rood; common and scran very slow.
Iloasrs Heavv dranaht extra
Good ,......v..... ........ . . .
Kclks II to IS hands high
IS to 16 hands high
New York Monty Market.
New Touc. December -!, I Ml.
Ito'.av Lent at 2X3 V cent.
Pbimb AtKacAXTiLa P-iraa t','66 V cent.
8Tznxixa Excnsxai Firm at 4 51,; tie
jnanell.HXv Oovaa-sjHSsjTBoiD I'trm
Srarc Scp ams qolet.
Kansas City Oraln and Pro4oce.
Kamsas Citv, December 3.
TKt Dtilf Indicator reports -
Wheat Receipts, 19,000 bashels: shipments,
T4,ewi irasneis; in store. co,eM),Busnt:isi mars
et somewhat steadier: Mav higher: No
cash and December, sf1,; January, MS'iklarch,
44.-; May, MX: No. 3 red, cash, U; No
a son, 3 -;.
37.00U hasbelst mar-
W.oou basbelstln store.
ket stroat-er. Mavhlsher: No. : mixed cash. A
December, first half, W'l Dscember. 23Ji j
January. ; May, '.;.'; white inlxed, 17 j
hlg-h mixed, l)i.
Oats Cash, S3; January, 231;; rejected, 30.
Kansas City Lire Stock.
Kansas Citv, December!
The Lire-Slock IndUttor reports :
Cattle Receipts, 1777; market onrin- of
good quality: stsady common dressing: expeirt
em. 5 wxitUJi 10; good to choice thlpplng.av 10
93 30; common to medium, St .VK5 00; feed
ers, ai.73l 0; rows, Si 73A3 SO; gTsns Tex
as steers, asteVil.SO; Colorado hair breel
-tews, aiii4 a; New Mexico steers, at 13
Hoca Receipts, 13,133: opened steady but
I cakes: lots averaging ST7 to VJl onnda sold
C ft 0334 10 bulk at M.UWsl.CO.
Siiixr Rticelpts. 1KI7; market qulst: f sir to
ood muttons, t 33-l 0; common tome-dlnm,
Louis Oraln and Produce.
8. Louis, Dscember 3,
ftqia Market unchanged
Wheat Market opened steady, ilecllned a
fraction, closed a shade under yesterday; No 3
red,7607nVcaah; 7B December; 7'",' Jan.
nary; fvii l'ebroary; tiXwC.'i May
Cove Market lower and slow; 33 casli;S3'4
December; 3i7ia,' January; 3i;$V, May
Oatk Stronger and slow; MVcash; 33i De
camber; !W.li8a)1; May.
Riceiptb nour.30.ono barrels; wheat, 41, 0u)
bushels corn, 74.009 bushels : cats, lo.t'i)
bushels; rye, O.OW bushels; barley, 30,(U)
SiuraE-rrs Hour, 13,) barrels; wheat.
ri.OQB tmshels ; eon, 14.WJO bashels: oats,
J.ooabushels; rye. I,U0: barter, lo.uo.
Wheat higher; 7 January! 87'.' May.
Corn higher: 3J,tJ; December; M'i Janu
ary; at'isM May.
Oatsdnll; 3"; Ms.
at. Louis Live Stock.
St. Lolis, December 3, lt4.
Cattle Receipts. 1300; shipments, 31,
market stronger and active; offerings better.
quality good to choice shipping, av toai 00;
common to medium, M IV-eJ OB. goexl butcher
steers, as z3at.73, common aad mixed lots,
3 U"il 00; ao Texas here.
Itoa Matkat stroafas; Yorkers, 3 vl.)0;
packing, S.wmS 3; heavy. i jiKi ); re
ceipts, U.Otai; sblpmeaSe. 1.VM0.
SiiEEr Receipts, lnnO; shipments. JuO: doll;
good to thole muttons t2.73ns so; good to
choice lambs; tMH.
Chicago Oraln and Produce.
Cuicaoo. December 3, lien
aock Market dull.
WitEAT Fair demand; unsettled, foreign
sauces favorable; market strong, rose sw
reii ;,e. raiueti ana cloaca
d iic over yesterelsyj
nary 73r,.74S "b
(3n;.';No 3 spring.
LracinoeT, a: Jsnasi
rusrr. 7IMd73: Mar. V
7-.Vtl; No 3, 3'j; No 3red,73V?
Caax Market good demand; orened strong
and higher; year rose le, receded 'ic, closing
'c over yesterday; January and May e'osrd c
higher: cash yMXHt year, 33;i36'. January,
Oats Market weaa and lower rash, 741.1
year, ttvasav; January, SMC', j May,
KacnrTS Flour. 23.boq barrels ; wheat, i-o-(00
bashels; eorn.SM.Ott bushel ;osU.IIJ.'i
bushels ; rye, 13,000 busbel : barley, to.OUO
SiitrwE-rra Flour, 1,000 barrels ; wheat,
90.SO0 bashels j eera, IM.WB bushels ; oau.
4!, ono bashels; rye, -!,w bushel i barley,
Wheat steady; rose 't&'ie
Corn firm; year and January ro "c.
Oat firmer; ruee3A7,c.
Chicago Live Hock.
CniCAOO, December 3,
Tkc iHmtr" Jnrnal report
Cattle Rcalpt.9,(M) shipments,
market Terr dull and weak
exports, ts KM a; good U ehoine shipping.
3 VVt 3ft; common Ut medium. .'iti 23;
Texas, 4 ! S3.
Hw Reerlpt. Se.ooO; shlpmenU. l,".
Market lalrly active, ICrftlv. blgbert roagh
packing, (t lt4 30: peeking and shipping.
SI anits CO; light. Si Vai tu
Suur-ReHptsW: hiprneat, ; mar
lnfertorto fair. SI nl iflf medium to gnnd.
l 4 (Ot good to choice, (4 XV44 OT; holiday
shep, S C3
E F. FRIEND & (30.,
LAUD ilfl) L01K AGENTS.
Bay. 811 and
Real Zavtat of all
Climesi Vatrm Pronartv and
Lu-ff Tracta of OracisT
nease remember that this is no
Personal and Chattel
Short Tirsa Loans Prafarad.
OaXte 121 Dwogtaa Aveas.
FLANNELS and BLANKETS
f a Keductlon l
From Itrglar Prices.
Cootlstlng ol New Markets, Ku.lan Circulars, Kolmsin
in all Color and Material Just received at
Eaglo BuildiniT (Now
Dry Goods. Boots, Shoes, k
E. P. HOVEY & CO.,
Have decided on a change in their business,
and will on Monday, Uec. 1st, oiler their
entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots aid Shoes,
amounting to Forty Thousard Dollars, at a
great sacrifice, to close at once. This will
prove a golden opportunity to purchase
good goods at less than eastern jobbing
humbug sale, we mean just what we bay,
and we positively .state that our entire stock
.will be sold at prices that will interest all
'close cash buyers.
B. P. HOVEY & CO.
New Due ol
No.), 1 1 1 Dou-rlaa Avu.