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WICHITA, KANSAS. "W3SD2JTESPAT MOKXEKTG, 1STOVEMBER 34 1886.
"WHOLE STO. 771.
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123 and 125
I'LL SILL II GOODS 0
20 dozen -Misses Hose; black aud colors, all wool, regular made; sizes o to
8 1-3, worth 30 to 45 ceuts a pair according to the size, all at tho uniform
price of 25 cents per pair.
50 dozcu Ladies Iioso, all wool, not
full length worth 40 cents per pair at
at 25 ceuts per pair.
10 pieces of Cameletle, 42 iuche3 wide, all wool, now colorings, never sold
less than 80 cents in the regular way; the biggest, thing on earth at 49 cents
5 pieces Camels JTair, 50 inches wide, greys and browns with handsome
borders, formerly $1.25 per yd. They won't last. long at 69 cents por yd.
10 pieces plain colors and 10 pieces fclripe bottclo to match advertised last
week, at 29 cents, did not arrive. They will surely bo hero Monday and will
bo put on bale. Don t miss them.
59 childrens cloaks, sizes 4; G, 8, 10 and
o corns cacn.
40 pieces good heavy canton flanucl valued at 10 cents per yd. Wo have no
place for them in our regular lino and will let them out at G l-4c per yd;
Speaking- of Towels
ilere is one for you! heavy fine German damask, knotted fringe; a small
lot of 25 dozen at 20 cents eaclj,.
10 dozen black farmers satin skirts 6 in. quilted bottom at 539c each.
10 pieces feather trimmings, uico shades of tan. browu bpjgu, blue, myrtle
and black all at 19 cents per yd.
2 pieces black satin Rhadamc warranted to wear , grood valuo al $1.25 per
yd. Wo know this to be a good silk aud put it on sale at an even $1. per yd.
All the bargains in Linens and towels advertised last week and not closed
, out then will be continued a Utile longer.
A new line of black aud colored Faille
popular we have in silks this season, arc
Three new lines of dress trimming to open now, buttons. Galloor.3, and
black aud colored beads, all of the latest deigns, and prices reasonable.
Another lino line of novelties in dros goods, more hair line stripes, more
popular black and white patterns, and now greys in homespuns.
We wilPstill run our ladies' scarlet vets at G9c; there arc not many of
them left after last week's sale. You will not see again this vcar such Tbods
for the mouov,
Wo arc still in shape to provide you with blankets at the same low prices at
which we have been running them; the very best goods for the least money.
Next week we have our opening of Fine
Wraps. Wait for it.
merino, black and coiore, regular made,
every store where they have them at all,
G - oods.
12 year?, all nt tho uniform price of
Fraucaiso silks, the newest and most
now open for your inspection.
AS CLEAR AS Ml
Returns from Yesterday's Elec
tion Anything but Com
Enough is Given, However, to
Indicate Large Republi
At rani S. Hewitt Probably Elected
Mayor of New York City by a
Oliio Pronounces an Emphatic En-
tlorsement of Republicans, aud
Against Democratic Act?.
A Inrderourf Assault Zilade Upon a
ISopublicnn Procession in
Reports Indicate a Large Voto Polled
Throughout Kansas and Gen
eral Scratching of Tickets.
Toi-mtA, Oct. 2. The day has been fine
and a large vote lias been polled. There
seems to have been much scratching of
tickets throughout the Mate. It is not
probable that any definite results will be
known until late tonight, and not likely
till tomorrow. "This is especially the case
iu Fifth congressional district, -tthcre An
derson the present congressman, is running
Returns arc slow hi coming iu. Indica
tions arc that the entire Republican ticket
i3 carried iu Elk county.
Aktiiony, Nov. 2. For stale officers 13
urccincts in Harper county give Martin
1,230, Moonlight 732; for congress, Peters,
rep., 748, George, dcm., 857. These same
precincts gave Cleveland G33, Blaine 2,193,
St. John 17. Butler 232.
For state officers six precincts in Harper
county give Martin, rep, 532, Moonlight,
dcm, 343; for congress, Peters, rep, 462,
George, dcm, 279. These same precincts
gave Cleveland 252, Blaine 1125, St. John
Mauiox, Kan., Nov. 2. So far as heard
Gov. Martin is running even with the Re
publican state ticket. Ryan, for congress,
is running behind. Indications arc that
Rogers, dcm., for representative, is elected
over Buttei field, rep.
Ni:w Youk, Nov. 2. In tho Seventh
congressional district six election districts
give Lawson, Republican, 200, and Bryce,
Democrat, 1017". The returns so far heard
from the Sixtli congiessional distiict show
a walkover for Amos J. Cummiugs, who is
on both Republican and Democratic tick
ets. 5S0 districts: Ro-evell 11,518, Hewitt
02.230, George 4i,330.
20th assembly district complete: Fischer
2220. llonnidgc 5175.
010 districts give Rosevelt .V,184, Hew
itt 70,502, George 50,815.
The president board of alderman of fifth
assembly district, complete: O'Connor
1.430, Dcckman 1,401, Rooney 1,010.
Brooklyn assembly, Ninth district, com
plete: Bacon, Republican, plurality 1)7;
Carlly, Dcmociat, 4,150.
Ni:w York, Nov, 2. Font teenth assem
bly district, two missing districts. King
man 3,422, Doeser 1,1770. X. Y. Citv,
GOO distiicts. Rosevelt 40,830, Hewitt Gj,
82-1. George 57,259.
Eighth congrcwonal district, Campbell
11,458, Grady 10,927. Five disli'icts uiiss-
Seven hundred and sixty districts, Rose
velt 57,328, Hewitt Si,2S3", George 01,569.
Seven hundred city districts, Rosevelt
53,955, Hewitt 73,303. George 58,003.
One bundled and thirty-five election dis
tricts oulsidj New York and Kings coun
ty irive Peckland 10,009, Daniels 22,852. .
New York state Albany couuty proba
bilities dcm., carry Koncs election for con
gress. Brooklyn Bliss dcm., Mahoncy
dcm., White icp., Campbell dcm., un
doubledly elected to congress from Kings
Couitlaud count v, DaiJJV majority
Michigan, 20 precincts out of 1,409 give
Luce, rep., 2,853, Y.iple, dcm., 2,039.
Ohio, 21st congressional district "very
cloo. Claimed by both parties. Croupe
probally elected in20th district. -
Bnooiav:;. Nov. 2. Mahoncy in the
fourth congressional distiict L .said to be
elected by a plurality of 2,000.
Brooklyn, fourth congressional district,
tenth ward, complete. Mahoncy 2,490,
O'Conner 1,047. Robinson 400.
t Fifth congressional district, eighth ward.
Bhss2,55G, Waters 2,518, Mitchell S9.
New York City, 400 district?, Rosevelt
20.721, Hewitt 40,832, Geonrc 28,731,
Ward well 29 i.
New Yoik State. Town of Hudson Sec
ond ward: Daniels, 29G, Pcckhaui 20.
Adams Ccntie Second district.-Danicls 174,
Peck ham 57. Eliisburg Second district:
Daniels 237, Fcckham 127. Third district:
Daniels 234, Fcckham 97.
190 districts: RoscvcU i3,G'Y2, Hewitt
lT.SiO, George 12,310, Ward well 142.
Sixty districts give Rcoevalt 3.570,
Hewitt 5,722, George V.1 19, Wardwell 51.
The town of DeKalb.First district, gives
Daniels 174; Daniels over Feckham, lt0.
Seventy-five election districts out side of
New York and King county gives Peck
bam, Dem., for court of appeals, 0,325; ;
Daniels, Rep., 2,253.
The same districts last vcar gave Hill
11.527, Davenport 1,405.
New York, "Nov. 2. Twelfth district
complete, Pell 11.224, Cochrane IG.Gcl.
Sixth congressional district, first assem
bly district, "Cummiugs 3,805, Eocardus 7.
200,Murphy 332. Totnl vote iu Thirteenth
congressional district, with only two elec
tion districts to hear from, Frith 13,142.
Yiele 10,292. Sixth congressional district.
Fifth assemblv district. Cuinmings 4,071,
Utica, Nov. 2. Jarr.cs S. Sherman,
Republican, is elected to congress In the
Twenty-third district, Indepuukut, Wilbur, j
Republican, in the Twenty-fourth cislrkt. j
Nugaea. Nov. 2. Second district,1
Peckhsm 3G2. Daniels 314. j
Hammond Daniels 1G4. Feckham 5!. I
Essex county, town Ticoidcrago Peck
ham 123. Daniels 347,
New York City, Nov. 2 Sevwrtv
election districts cive Rosevett 4.467, Hew-1
itt 0,519, George 3,871, Wardwell GO.
rourth congressional tlvstnct, Timu
ward Malioney 1,G&$, O'Connor 1,598.
One hundred and ten election districts
givcRnsevek G.360. Hewitt I&.010, George
Brooklyn, N. Y.. Nov. 2. Thin? con
gress district complete gives Bell 12.555,
Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 2. The Fifth
congressional district complete gives Bliss
11,348. Waters 11,050.
Poughkeepsie. N. Y". Nor. 2. Ketch
am, rep., is elected for congress.
Batavia, N. Y., Nov. 2. Sawyer, rep.,
is elected to congress.
Two hundred and seven election districts
outside of 2ctv York and Kings county
give Peckham 2G.540, Danic4s 37,834.
Genessee county 3awyer, rep., elected
St. Loins, Nov. 2. Ninth district of
precincts First ward, Glover, Democrat.
2G1. Frank, Republican, 217. There 1,409
voting nrccincts in which 26 give Luce,
Republican, 2,853. Yapal, Fusion, 2.G39.
9th congressional district, 23 precincts, J
Second warn: lilover, Democrat, 111,
Frank, Republican, 269.
St. Lous, Nov. 2. Butler county: For
?:m. rep, 3i75; dem. 4S5. For senator,
icmer.if and republican about the same as
for congrcs3, as near as can -be told from
Ninth district: 44 precincts in the Second
ward give Glover, dem, 155; Frank 101.
For sheriff, Harrington 143, Mason 120.
Ninth district: Four precincts in the
second ward give Glover 239, Frank 203.
Ninth district: Three preciucL? in the
third ward give Glover 337, Frank 299.
For hcrilf: Harrington, dem. 440; Mason,
jimh district: Sixth precinct iu the
Seventeenth ward!giva Glover 35S, Frank
270. For .sheritrrflarrington 324, Mason
Seventh district: Five precincts give
Martin, rep, 593; Hilton, dem, sG7. These
ame precints gave Blaino 537. Cleveland
Ninth district: Seven precincts in the
tenth ward give Glove 1,004, Frank 136.
Ninth distiict: Five precincts in the fif
tccnth ward give Glove 25 i, Frank 377.
First ward: Complete all but two pre
cincts, give Glover 501, Frank G14, Davison
157, Wilson 8.
Tenth district: Two precincts iu the
ninth ward give Clardy 93, Lindcnberger
Ninth district: Three precincts in the
Eighteenth ward give Glover 230, Frank
270. For sheriil: Harrison 207. Mason
Ninth dhtrict: First ward, all but one
precint. gives Glover 563, Frank G93.
Tenth district: Four precincts in the Sev
enth ward give Clardy 184. Lindcnberger
Ninth district: Fifteenth ward, all but
two precints, give Glover 42 i. Frank 580.
Ninth district: Four precincts in the
Eighteen ward give Glover 310, Frank 39G.
For sheriff: Harrington 403, Mason 353.
Eighth district : St. Ferdinand township,
one precinct, O'Neill 120, Cummiugs 135.
Mexico. Nov. 1. For state officers: Su
preme judge. Bruce, dcm, 530; Craven, rep,
157. For congress. J. E. JIatton, Seventh
district, dem, 523; Martin, rep, 118.
CixciMf vxr, Nov. 2. Tho polls closed
in Cincinnati at 1 p. m., after the most or
derly and quit t election in the history of
the city. Ncaily the entire registered vote
was polled. The first six precincts repott
ed showed a Republican gain of 270, the
comparison bjing with the vote for gov
ernor last 3ear when Ho'idley's, Democrat,
plurality was 0,440 in Hamilton county.
First precinct of Hamilton county shows a
net Republican gain ot 940; these arc all
from Democratic wards. In one precinct
the Republican gain was 347.
Sixty Eovm precincts in Ohio give a net
Republic.ngain of 1,659, 93 precincts in
Ohio give a net Republican gain or 2,414.
Ninety-three precincts in Ohio give a net
Republican gain of 2,414; total voto 37,331,
Prohibition vote GOG.
207 precincts irivo a net Republican gain
of 3,071; total vole 05,020, Prohibition vote
9G precinelj of Hamilton county r-how a
Republican gain of 3.352, Democratic gain
of 599, iu Republican gain 2,573.
271 precincts' give a net Republican gain
of 3,877; total voto 81,131, Piohibition vote
In Cincinnati the new election law pro
hibiting people from gathering in crowds
at the ballot boxes wa3 strictly enforced
and the utmost good order been maintained
Fully three fourths of the entire icgisterrd'
vote was cast befoie noon.
121 precincts iu Ohio sho net Republican
gains 212, total vote 40,896, prohibition
vote 914. The above includes G4 precincts
in Cincinnati a Inch shows net Republican
gain of 227-2,
Ninety tight precincts in Ohio show a
Republic ai gain of 3352.
Two hundred and sixty-three precint ts
given net lopublicau gain of 2,813; total
vote 45,8SG; Prohibition vole 914.
Toi.udo, Nov. 2. Romero, Republican,
for congress gains heavily oyer his major-
ny over ltuiu uvo years auo m every i-rc-
tlucl in the co mty so far :u reported.
Cine co, Nov. 2. Cp to G p. m. prac
tically no returns had been received from
today's eioction and even thoe who had
spent the day at the polls hi the interest of
various candidates wcro unable to slate the
drift the vote had taken encept to ay that
the Labor party hid displayed an unex
pected otrongtlii. Republicans continue to
claim the election of thy entire county
ticket, wkh the possible exception of
Loonds. who i- opposed by Pcndregrav
for the county judgeship.
Twenty precincts from Chicago give
Tanner, up., state treasurer, 1598; Hickes,
dem., 11C1; Adams, r.'p., congress, 455;
Tajlor, dcm., 4'jO; H.wvLih, labor, 1G4;
M:isoa, r,p., congress W0; Goodhill,
labor. 425. Republican majority 350. and
a prohibition vote of 1600, again of 800
votes over 188 i.
Forty prcincts from Chicago give Tan
ner, ref;., treasurer. 29G7; lfickc?, dem.,
BosTOX, Nov. 2. The vole nf Hid!
v.hichisthe tirt received and as consid
ered an augury foretelling the result in
the slate, stands a lie of 10 for Governor
and Lieutenant Governor. Long, for con-cres-,
his one plurality. There is a tie
ivr tnator The republican roprescma
the has a plurality of 21,
Fifty tovvus end cities gives Anie3, Re
publican 11,120, Andrews, Democrat, 7,
5dO. Lathrcp. Prohibition, 1,029.
Seventy-sis towns Amc 15,9 iS, An
drews 12, . iG. Andrews w U h tve a ma
jority of nearly 10,000 in Boston.
Finely -uvcn precincts trive Andrews,
Dcniocrvtic 24,118, Ames 16,355, Lethrcn.
RoMoa, 1,003 towns including New Bed
ford, Ames 23,643, Andrews 1S.74G.
iLiT.r.-:,-, Nov. 2. For congress hij'nere shipped there by a toucher, end damage to the oachlocry i cmercd by la
nruxnei gires Rocs, Democrat, a majority j many native cattfe were exposed u the sarasee. Over fiva Imadred hands arc
ovrRry, Rnabiiean, of 127; over Hiu. disease. Over siity of the lot imported at hoau: out ot cmpJcymtnl lemporarlr.
Lahr, 12&. Cannot grt fail returns frm j have div within r. wek, atd the aoi af.k&agh the &xi&un wSi not be of
thw eo-aety -.mid tomorrow nhrhL ! sfriousiv- aiiccted are isohited. This same j long duration. The disaster was ctti
pRrscorr. Nov. 2. For coazmss in t disease killed thirteen fine cow.s in Decatur, by tie bursting of a rotaid drum connect
Z L-viia corinty. Jolsn ('. Raj. IIcpabKcan, but has m&. obliterated by prompt action, j iae tiie two boilers.
50; T. C. McRac, Democrat, 2; L. IL and the importation of santhern cattle has j " ,.
Tiff. Lajor, 14). The same precinct gave j spr-ed. The Canadian Pacifle.
Cfeveland 237. Blaine 183. SL John 12, Dr. Rchl has witinn the pat fewdavs Ottawa, Nor. 2. Tho new WasSrain
Ratier 122. j killed two horse at Sullivan, down withtslcr, K. C. branch of the Casidiaa" Padic
Lirrrji Rock, Nov. 5. Sis precinct? in j gbmdcra. j raiissy, wa4 ofced toby.
Pulaski county give for congress, Rogers,
Democrat, 933; Langley, Labor, 077. Very
light vote polled. Rogers election in this
district is conceded.
Hot Springs, Nov. 2. Six precincts
in Garland county, for congress give Lang
ley, rep., 207. Rogers, dem.. 348. No re
turns from Montgomery county, but will j
Des Moines, Nov. 2. It is doubtful if
the result will be definitely known in the
state and the close districts before 4 a, m.
tomorrow. The Republicans here are
J claiming ten of the eleven comrrcssiaea in
state, but admit the First and Sixth dis
tricts to be close on the state. They claim
eight to nine thousand majority, auincrease
of three or four thousand over hat year.
The Democrats are divided as to claims on
the state ticket; some of the officers of the
state committee claim the entire state tick
et will be elected, and others that Sells, for
secretary of state, and McKay for attorney
general, will be elected. They cUim the
election of five congressmen.
Returns from Iowa come in very slow;
12 precincts give Jackson, rep.forsecretnrv
of state 1,177, Sells, dem. 1,044.
Indlvxapous, Nov. 2. Election of In
diana state officers, except governor, one
judge of the supreme court, legislature,
members of congress county officers.
Comparison with presidcntal voto of ISSi,
seventeen Democratic and ten Republican
senators held over and twenty three to be"
elected, 1,617 precincts in the state, which
in 18S4 gave a Democratic plurality of
Ten precincts show Republican loss of
26, Democratic loss of 125; net Republican
MoxxaoMEiiY, Nov. 2. The weather
was clear and voting lie;ht; there wa3 no
opposition to Herbert, Democrat, in the
second district. Jones, Democrat, of the
Mobile district, and Oates, Democrat, of
the Third,. were also without opposition.
The contests in the other five districts were
not formidable, unlcs-jiu the Fourth, repre
sented by Davidson, Democrat, and a can
didate for re election. The indications aie
all favoraf le to a solid Democratic delega
St. Paci., Noy. 2. Not for many years
has there been so much excitement at an
election, and this is augmented by an at
tack made on the Republican procession at
Minneapolis last night, during which GO
persons were injured. Ex-Governor Pills
bury among the number. One or two
were severely hurt, and their injuries may
20 election districts give Magi 11, rep, 130
SAa Fr.AXCisco, Nov. 2. Partial re
turns from all counties in this state outside
of San Francisco couuty give the Republi
cans a majority, unless the majority for
for Bartlett, Democrat, for governor proves
to be much larger in San Francisco
than is expected.
Partial returns from all counties except
San Francisco county gives a republican
majority for governor.
Fr. Woutu, Tex.. Ndv 2. Everything
in Tarrant county has gone Democratic.
Can tell but little about majorities tonight.
Abbott for congress in the sixth district is
elected; Norton, Republican, withdrew.
TrLim, lov. 2. Unable to give figures
of election returns tonight. The indica
tions are that the couutyhas gone Demo
cratic by the usual majorities.
Wir.Mixoxov, Nov. 2. Rowland, dcm.,
is elected to congress from the Sixth district
by a heavy majority. Meagre returns from
tho second district now represented by
O'llara, colored, rep., are favorable, to the
election of Simmons, dcm.
State returns coming slowly ail indicate
Nineteen towns and cities give nut Re
publican gain ovrr 1831 of 274.
3 1 towns aud cities how net Republican
gain of 391.
City of Milwaukee. 7 precincts: Total
vole. Rush, rep, 1,238, Woodward, dem,
l,0i2, Cochrane, labor, 183. Indications
sv.it labor for congress.
II uvn-oun, Nov. 2. Patrick McGovcrn,
chairman of the Republican town commit
tee, was arrested this afternoon on a charge
of brilK?ry at the polls. He was released
Hartford, 9:30 p. m. 39 towns give Re
publican 9,351, D.-mocrat 10.2G3; lcgUla-
tmc Republicans 32, Democrats 33.
Euik, Nov. 2. The election board of
the fir.-t preciuct rejected the vote of sol
diers, inmates of the Pennsylvania soldifirs'
and sailors' home of this city.
Co.vcoud, Nov. 2. Forty towns give
Sawyer, Repblican, 3.G5G; Cogswell, Dem
ocrat. 3.743; Y"entworlh, Prohibition, 189;
Republican net gain, 31.
Detroit, Nov. 2. Sc vent-three precincts
give Luce, rep., 080, Yale, fusion. 0,179.
53 precincts give Luce, rep, 0S50, Yaple,
HsMi'His, Nov. 2 Jss. Helan, Demo
crat, is elected to congress from this, tlie
Tenth district, 07: Zach Taylor. Republi
can, the present incumbent.
Co'.rnBrs. Nov. 2. I. W.
Democrat, is eWted to congress
There was usudden oad aggravating
collapse in the wires last night alout 11
o'clock, all the wires being cut oh" almost
simultaneously, ite coma near oi no i
electrical disturbances in any direction and
arc at a loss to know why the election re
turns should have been so suddenly cot off.
Perhap? somebody can explain. Ytu Ed.
Texad Fever !n Illinois.
Pbcatup., I1L, Nov. 2. Dr. Rctd. as
tisian; sirtte veterinarian, ha 1-ca calied to
Raymond to ia?p.t 100 head Cherokee
rcitie nfllidtd with Te.Tss Sxer. Thev
cattle sSIkUxL with Tatss Iver. Thev
AHenawal or the Troubles Re
, Among tlie
Chicago Packing Houses Immi
nentEmployers and Em
An United States Express Car oit the
Lake Shore Road "Broken Into
A New York Symlicato Bidding1 for
the Purchase of the Cherolcyo
Strip of Land.
The7 Want to iEako a Cornor
Grazing Lands in the Strip
Before Congress Mee'a.
Wo Menu Bnslness.
Taiilequaii. I.T , Nov. 2. .1. B.Bidl
and J. W. Wallace, of Leadville. Col..
representing a New York syndicate, who
want to purchase the Cherokee ttrip, ar-
f rived here yesterday. Bisscll said. We
mean business m regard to uuymg the
Cherokee, atrip, and have funds subscribed
to pay for it if the Cherokee's will sell.
Vire apprehend trouble from coagro.s and
we propose to olfcr enough for the land to
mako it profitable for The Cherokee's to
sell. Our proposition is open and there is
nothing to hide iu the matter. 1 know
Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City are
looking on this matter with interest, for
they have a large trade from this strip
We belong to a corporation trying to get
up a corner on grazing bind, but propose
to do a legitimate business. The attorney
for the Cherokee Strip Live Stock associa
tion arrived yesterday to look after the in
terests of that company. He says two or
three members of the council will be here
Tuesday or Wednesday next to make a
proposition to lease the strip again for
grazing purposes, their present lease soon
expiring. He further says that should the
Cherokecs decide to sell this conpany vul!
Another Express Robbery
Toledo, O., Nov. 2. The United States
Express company has another mysterious
robbery "on its hands to be cleat ed "up and
settled for. On the arrival of tlie Lake
Shore train from Chicago hist night, it was
discovered here that something wrong ex
isted in the express car, that "runs eloicd
and scaled between Chicago and New
York. Examination developed the fact
that the car had been entered and sundry
packages containing valuable merchandize
was opened by robbers unknown and a
quantity carried away. Tho express offi
cials at once took steps to coverall evidence
of crime and set about to find a clew to the
robber or robbers. The car had been open
ed iu transit, evidently by Eomo one who
knew more than would bo accredited to an
ordinary thief. Suspicion wtts at once di
rected toward certain employes. Endeav
ors are being made to discover the Krpc
trators of the crime.
More Trouble Anticipated.
Chicago, Nov. 2. There is a prospect
the lb, trouble of Jcu days ago at u.oMoek
yard will bo renewed. This morning the
Packers association held a meeting at which
the following resolutions were unauiniouIy
Resolved. That tho member of the Park
ers association a ill control their own busi
ness; that they vv ill protect their properly
at an' and all" costs; that they - ill rim
houses on a ten hour hais.
Resolved, That the executive committee
be continued in office ith authority to em
ploy any protection that may be made ncc
essisry. It is claimed that the strikers already out
are urging all the men logo out again for
A Family Feud.
Ni:w Okluaxs, Nov. 2. J. C. Kirk
Patrick, formerly of Shrevcport, was ahot
and killed at Crescent hall hi this city to
day by Dr. T. G. Ford, of Shrevcport.
The shooting was the result of family
troubles. It is stated that the trouble ie
tween the two men was iu reference to
Ford's wife, a fine looking woman, who
lived happily with her husband for several
years till sho became acquainted with
Ivirkpatrick, their drug rlerk, who .suc
ceeded in alienating her afifecons. Mrs.
Ferd Ift her home and came to thh city
ith Kirkpatrit k. Ford is very popular
in Shrevcport. He shot twice, the last
shot entering Kirkpatrick' chin ami rang
ing upward into tlie brain.
Killed Hiu Brother.
WiiKnu.io, W. Y., Nov. 2. A teh
gram from Perryville, McDowell couuty,
S33's: Yesterday AHwrt Pavne wir? shot
through the head by his brother, W. P.
Payne, pro-rfcutin? attr raey of thf county
ar.fl a prominent Democratic politician, anil
instantly killed. Tlie two nvii left n iisigh
lor's house about dark, both under the in
tiuence of liquor, and Hiarul home. A few
minute? after tlrw left several fclioi were
heard, and upon residents of the locality
going to the spot Albt rt Payne was found
to irfTdeftd and an empty revolver May or.
the ground at his brother' fwt. . P.
Payne wa? at onee arrested and jniied The
cau' of the murder is unknown
Broke His Neck.
LiiAVKXWonur, Kan., Nov. S. ljui
night J. W. Newer, a wealthy and respect
ed farmer, "stho W.- at High Priru
twelve raih rt of Iwre.and a num named
Lacy started in a wagon frm lite (Uy.
The night was dark, and Newer insisted on
standing in the wagon to b-ltrr sec where
he was driving. About four miles out
they were driving at a pretty rapid rale
over a bridgr, when Newer f!l headlong
from the wagon- Lacy stopped tiw wagon
and found the man' neck was broken. He
lirrt lirtt ftT? mt'i'ltr.'j Trrr ? il llifn?
nf fmir him who Imvc di1 srithia
and their parents, both over SO years of
age areitfll living.
Fatal Boiler Barat.
CiiaulesTox. S. C, Nor, 2. BoHcrs
t ', and G at Charleston cotton factory ex- J
j ploded at G.25 this morning, wrecking the
j boiJtr house and killing Win. Oake, color
ed, fireman, sad criviIy iajaria? Rieli
arrlton lfir?. carA rlier. Oakc Was
literal! .- ?1 if. Laih b? tttmm. The
WAsmxa-rox, D. C, Nov. 2. Mr. W.
A. Croifutt, editor of the Post, says that
the bones of A. T. Stewart were recovered,
and describes their recovery in this way:
"At a dinner given to thirteen gentlemen
in New York two years ago I heard the
gruesome story. It was told quietly to
three of us at the end of the table "by n
member of Judge Hilton's family, told with
considerable circumstantiality, in broken
bits and snatches, between stories and
laughter and songs. It was n couple of
years anterior to "that,,! think," he said,
"that tho bones were finally ransomed.
Jndgc Hilton persistently recused to con
sent to it. refused to have anything to do
with it, and at List, when Mrs "Stewart
declared herself unable any longer
to carry the burden of the ghastly thought
that the poor remains of lier husband were
bcing carted uround tho country by a gang
of thieves, she defied the lawyer's scruples
and concluded the negotiations. She gave
$25,000 instil of the $50,OtX demanded.
Tho bargain was made through a lawyer
who seemed to havo no other briefs, and
who probably got a good portion of the
'.swag.' The ghouls insisted that tho
uione3 should be delivered to them on n
lonely lull in Westchester couuty at tho
dead of night, anil thither, in ncconianea
with their directions, a relative of Mw.
Stewart journeyed alone in a wagon, which
he drove himself. At a spot in the country
road which had not been designated or
described the driver was suddenly halted
by a horseman, masked. This myjteri ni
messeuger led him through-; by lane to
tho hill top, where after certain cercmun'es
to iusuro their safety, they received the
$25,000. examined it," and then dragged a
bag of bones from another bugsry near by
and surrendered it to the keepiug of tho
solitary tracler Before they tllsappcaml
down one side of the hill they commanded
him, on peril of his life, to turn about and
descend the other slope. Ho did as he was
bidden, and got to New York before morn
imr. The next night the bones were com
mitted to the vault under the great cathe
dral at Garden City, which lm already
been connected by a tecrtt wiru with a
chime of bells sure to ring and alatm fiu
town if it was disturbed."
Tho Charles Cliuch who is the nephew
of Mrs. Stewart, and probably the direct
heir, is Lieut. Charles N. Clinch, of tho
24th Infantry, United Stsdcs army. Thus
young gentleman, after having had a lib
eral education, was determined to get into
tho army somehow. He was about enlist
ing, when influential New York frirmb
represented the ease to President Arthur,
who directed him to appear before tne
board then hitting for examiua
tion for a commission. It L?
known that Mrs. Stewart was greatly
"pleased ith the energy and pluek shown
by her young nephew, and xud to friend
then that she would not forget it. Lieut.
Clinch has many friend iu his regiment
antl all through the army, and they will hi
plejwotl to hear that he lias ben reniem
bored by his aunt in her ill. If current
rumor is to bo credited, this young otU r
will soon le tho wealthiest man on th
active list of the armv.
Fell Over a ClilJ-.
Houston. Mo., Noy. 2.One of t
saddest acchlents that ever look place in this
county occurred last evening at 8 o'clock, 0
miles uoitlnvcst of I louston. Mr. Wilh tin
Palmer. i gentleman nearly blind, ur
making hU way home tdter a tlay'.s H' r
for a iifighbor by the came of Bart. H--
could Itarely, widi bit feeblo vision, dp y
his pathway. When coming to an "ello v '
in the nad at a point about half a mi'
from his house, he fell over a ledge of xvx k
and wtts instantly killed.
At Urn point where the fetal accidart
cuned tho roal creeps around the otL.' ff
a table of limestone, where, at n irptJi't
ultir leap of twenty ftvt If -giiH a tlcti' '
yon The old gentVnnn ovfcluutly bu i
that he had passed the point of dtiiigr i. J
was making hfs way turvtm a liUlo jt.
Hat land near by, "which In its ou'.! -
bore some resemblance to the table of in.
where hia life was lost. He had lwen en
gaged through the day iu "pulling fml..t r '
and bcin? ry tired" at nhjlil deeidl t)
stay until afu r sappi-r with hi empl vtr
and make his way home afterwards. Ills
wife and children were uneasy nlmut him
throtmh the night, and at oomhig d.nyd Jit
started for the randeuw? of Mr. liiirf t
find out whe'her he had cnt the ni-jiit
there. On their way the ghastly Rpectt-!
of his corpse -wan discovered at tho tar- f
Saro llobbcrs In .MitdfastppJ.
Moun.n, Ala., Nov. 2. Two men j
of whom hid during the iliy plare. t"
tnimp, but e.tcStcd Miipichm bcaas i j
was fairly wt-H dressrtl and not lur- r,
were fcen late lait night iu fnmt of M
Greenhocd's etore in Shubuta, Mi. Tl t
morning dscovery wan made t.al
safes, those of C. C. l'errell awl a' IL r
not named, liad len f racket with i
stolen from the comtruttiwi carf tl i
railroftil, ami that thHr valuable coot- r.L
were mUsing. G-ienhiVMi's tfc was fm ."I
opc.i IkU uninjiiaiL TJkj comV'ii Ui '
hi ff; was writtJi on a can! p-i- 1 i
the leg of the tafo ami Iht Imrxlor t ui
bled to it From thU tafe fcl.WW vrj
takrn. It m cftumalerl that mwhu tii
wa abstracted from th i4b-rt ii
At thU jreanon f th" ytar its ; hi -i
iha iaterior haniiU; ity lar. ..n. w 1
Saturday night U Wg with UsuW J el
Itaid mar. therefore, haa 1sto t ,' 'h
Jarz-r than h now oehncm kded iu"
tramp UagUr h fkacrttril m ir.
etrrzl, ckn nan, litht hair, -.tr.
neat xixnr, mixed twual w.it u.'i ,
A Itlack JJnitr.
CmcMio, Npr. 2. Wil'lv -.,
acgro, arxctd Fridny ou vitu I a
uk the brute who aawilk-d ai d r
Jfrm. Marr DcAeotl Mw Norai M r a
Swuday nijdit nar Thirty tr: nr. 1 J'aJ
arrets, wwi Ut''n ite!: u t
vtAtmlxv for iilrnliftfAtuttt Til t
men were on the second fioor of u , :fi
State gireet, ntr iUxxj woaiL Ik . l-trj
tiSed the negro sa their aArta&i, trlwhli '
Uui inU:rrtew wa lemg heiu aU A ir, tA
relalivcu and friend insde a na'i jr thf
prisoner, rope in hand rrr'siat Wrt.L'
and thrc officers were oUI-l t v
cIuIk freely in onlrr to gi-t ss-y -xl.
thdr priftonrr, aad he wauknfcl
countr jail, it lasing thought beU to reawv
him from the Hyde I'ark' Jul Ta t
women wit bsrofaliy beaici f.j
oiha. and ifhw 3i3U')i leii '
I r s.j
Xc Vows, Nor. 2. A P -t tperi
from IJttd5 tv- Richard I'nnup ta."
h dintHxsored. Is fo h-xrut l tv- f
otae ItsK pKti ha h Itxti d. ;
ocka. sad las bwrowed jrr fnr
MMi fxiead U the anaocft of 3', s
Prtstoa bus 1sj abften; I r - rev
awl it i brlkrred be U sun .a -
Cottoo la Tcnnciec.
JCKrr, Tesa.. Xrr Z-TI c '
crop in lid ccwaiy i the yl v. i 1
ia twenty are yctau It l sui'r t j ;
ami haled, lieadrtds of Us- a cju
lata town daily, which is rsl. fcTi
food ia crsry Ifac of bchr.