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Ned Christie Killed by a Pesse of
United States Marshals.
The Officers Use Dynamite and Blew
Down Part of the Heuse.
,A Companion of Christie Wounded and
' Zlurned te Death, nnd a Third Man
". Arretted The Female Clirlitlcs
Ca Were AlUewed te Kioupe.
Taih-equaii, I. T., Nev. 5. Ned
Christie, the notorious outlaw, who-killed
Dan Maples, a United Status official, a
'year age, is dead. lie was Burrounded
about daylight, Thursday, by sixteen
jleputy United States marshals, led by
DJpk Brunts and A. Q. White.,
TThe presence of the officers was un
known te Christle until sunrlse, when
one of his companions came out of the
cabin -where Christle had fortified him
self. He was ordered te surrender, but
the only reply was a Bhewer of
ballets, none of whieh, however, took
effect. The fire was returned, and he
was severely wounded. lie managed
te get back into the house, however,
and then began an all-day's battle in
which neithcr side suffered any dam
age. Later in the evening the officers
resorted te dynamite', and succeeded in
blowing down part of the house and
, 60ttlng fire te the ruins. Whlle the
blaze was at its fiercest, Chrlstie was
seen te emerge from under the v fleer
Bad start te run, but was ordered te
halt IIe did net step and was riddled
with bullets, mutilating him terribly
and knocking him down. IIe tried te
regain his f eet but another volley settled
The officers then turned their atten
tion te the burning building, and dis
covered Chorlie Hare trying te escape.
He was terribly burned, but was able
te run. He was arrested. The body of
Wolf, who had been wounded early,
was burned te a crisp in the building,
whieh was entirely consumed.
The females of the Christie family
were allowed te retreat at the begin
ning of the fight One month age the
officials tried te make a prisoner of
Christie, but were obliged te abandon
the attempt net being acquainted with
the location of the place.
Pndlnn Hey's Leng Journey Afoot.
Bayfield, Wis., Nev. 5. About a
month age a priest from the boys' Cath Cath
ellc school took flve boys from the In
dian families here te the school. They
were all aged from fifteen te sixteen
years, and their names were Jack La-
Fointe, Albert Gorden, Jehn Chlngway,
Jehn and Pete Soulier. Thursday night
Peter Soulier returned te Bayfield,
weary and footsore. IIe had run away
from the school, and made the journey,
about six hundred miles, mostly en feet
Ills brother and the LaPeinte boy are
new en the read. The ether two, after
escaping with-the rest weakened and
returned te the school.
The Dead Letter Office.
Washington, Nev. 8. iThe report of
the superintendent of the dead letter
office was made public Friday. It shows
that the annual amount of mall re
ceived at this office of registered letters
showed an actual decrease of 4 3,4 SO
pieces, or nearly one per cent less than
the number received during the fiscal
year of 1801, notwithstanding the fact
that the postal business of the country
has Increased nearly eight per cent the
past year, whlle the mistakes of the
public may be attested by the increase
of ever seventeen per cent in the unad
dressed letters alone.
Mine Owner Disappears.
New Yerk, Nev. 5. It has been re
ported te the pollce that Charles Gill, a
wealthy African mine owner, has mys
teriously disappeared. When last seen,
two days age, be had in his possession,
it is stated, nearly $250,000. He was
, stepping at a small hotel en West
street, and had a fellow ledger named
W. B. Brunten, who has reported the
disappearance te the police. Gill is fifty-eight
years old and a cripple, having
te use crutches.
Mrs. Deacon Abducts Iler Child.
Paius, Nev. 5. Mrs. Deacon has
sprung another sensation by abducting
her child from a convent Tbe abduc
tion took place Immediately after the
decision of the court in her suit for
divorce. The court awarded the cus-
,tody.ef the child te Mr. Deacon. Mrs.
Deacon arrived at the convent ahead
of the news of the decision, which was
brought by her husband a few moments
after the wlfe had hurriedly driven
away with the child.
Can't Sell It In Ohie.
JCelujiuus, O., Nev. 5. The Peninsu
lar Space Ce., of Jacksen. Mich., writes
State Dairy and Feed Commissioner Me
Ncal that it is making a coilee substi
tute called ccro-ceff, containing seventy
per cent of cercal composition and
thirty per cent of coffee, and wants te
knew if it can be sold in Ohie, it belng
absolutely harmless. Mr. McNeal re
plied that he would prosecute any ene
-.who sold it in this state, i
f.-r The Homestead Cuses.
. PiTTsniJnaii, -Pa., Nev. 5. The trials
-, of. the Homestead rioters will begin in
" a few days. Sylvester Critchfleld,
t ,' charged with the murder of T. J. Cen
ner, will be trletl Hrst The casp will
open en Wednesday. The trial of Jack
'Clifferd, who is also charged with Cen-
ners murder, will fellow Critchfleld.
Kloetlon Dty a Holiday,
, ', Pettbville, Pa., Nev. 6. An order
' t , has been Issued from the Philadelphia
' and Reading Ceal and Iren Ce. head-
; quarters te the effect that all cellerics
and shops of that company will close
' sdewn en Tuesday next te allow the
werklngmcn "sufficient time te vote in-
Prominent t'nlirriilnu Kilts Himself.
8an Fhancibce, Nev. 5. Win. Kit-
rlclr, a wealthy lumber dealer of Ore-
' ville, Cat., committed suicide Friday
morning by cutting his threat en the
, ,, 'street A card was found en his body
f ' en which was penciled tlie brief state-
ravnt mat no iiau neon Hypnotized.
The President Designates Thursday, No
vember 94, as a Day of Thanksgiving and
Wasuihoteh, Nev. 6. The president
has Issued his annual Thanksgiving
proclamation, as follews:
Ily the President of the United States of
America A Proclamatien: The Rifts of Ged
te our people during the past year1 have been
te abundant and no special that the spirit of de
vout thanksgiving awaits net a call, but only
the appointment of a day when It may have a
common expresstea He has stayed the pesti
lence at out doers; 11 has given us mere love
for the frce civil Institutions In the creation of
which Ills directing Providence was se censpic
ueus; He has nwakened a doeper roveronoe for
law; He has wldcned our philanthropy by a
call te succor the distress la ether
lands; He has blessed our schools, and
Is bringing forward a patriotic and
Ged-fearing generation te ex ecu te His
great and benevolent designs for our
ceuntry: He has given us great increase in
material wealth and wide diffusion of content
ment and comfort in the homes of our peeple:
He has given His grace te the sorrowing.
Wherefore, I, Benjamin Harrison, president
of the United States, de call upon our people
te observe, as we have been went, Thursday,
the 21th day of this month of November, as a
day of thanksgiving te Ged for His mercies and
of supplication for His continued care and
grace. In testimony whereef I have bcrolnte
set my hand and caused the seal of the Unlud
States te be affixed. Dene at the city et Wash
ington this 4th day of November, 18W, and of
the Independence of the United States the one
hundred and seventeenth.
By the president; Jehn W. Pester, secre
tary of state.
Will De nt the Polls In the Principal Cit
ies of Indiana.
iNDiANAreLis, Ind., Nev. 5. About
one hundred special deputy marshals
have been sworn in by U. S. Marshal
Dunlap for election day. In addition te
these, two marshals will be appointed
for each of the 159 voting precincts in
Indianapolis. Twe marshals have also
been appointed for each of the SO pre
cincts of Fert Wayne, the Se precincts
of Terre Haute and the 32 of New Al
bany. The republicans of Seuth Bend
and Evansville have net indicated thus
far that they desire the appointment of
marshals. Node of the ether cities of
the state, under the 20,000 population
prevision, can demand marshals.
A Demand for bmall Notes.
Washington, Nev. 5,It is stated at
the treasury department that there is
an extraordinary detnand just new for
treasury notes of the one and two dol
lar denomination. The treasury office
is said te be shipping about 1 200,000 per
day in ene and two dollar bills te vari
ous cities throughout the country. On
November 1 there were f05, 073,000 in
ene and two dollar notes outstanding,
about 84,000,000 mere than last year.
It has been charged that the unusual
demand for small bills was occasioned
by the necessities of politics, but the
treasury department officials assume
the demand is due te the activity of fall
business, as there is usually a cry
for small bills at this season of the
Child Ilurned te Dentil.
PAitKEnsiiUite, W. Va, Nev. 5. Fri
day morning a peer woman named
Harris left her two ehildran, aged three
and four, in the house alone. In a few
minutes a scream brought her te them,
and one was found with his clothes
burning. Se frightened was the mother
that she did nothing for the child, but
rushed te the neighbors crying for help.
Hy the time It came the child was
burned te death.
Marshals Will He Appointed In Arkansas.
Little Reck, Ark., Nev. 5. Oscar
Spellman, U. S. marshal for the eastern
district of Arkansas, Friday Issued in
structions te deputy marshals. He has
decided te appoint deputies throughout
the district, and declares that, under
Attorney General Miller's opinion, their
service need net be confined te cities
containing twenty thousand inhab
Why Net Hans; Ulm?
Genea, Nev.5. Baravalle, the waiter
who se brutally murdered Frank Reilly,
ene of the crew of the U. S. steamship
Newark while the warship was at this
pert taking part in the Columbian feats,
was Friday found guilty of man
slaughter and sentenced te twelve years
and six months' imprisonment He was
condemned te pay indemnity and costs.
Leg Blown Off While Celebrating;.
Muncie, Ind., Nev.- 5. Six miles
south of this city, James Lennex was,
booming Harrison at a rural district
meeting, and had a leg blown oil by
the explosion of a gas pipe. Lennex
had plugged ene end of the pipe, and
was exploding powder in it previous te
a political gatherlng.
The Dowager's Funeral.
Stuttgart, Nev. 5. The funeral of
the dowager queen of Wurtemburg,
who died en Octeber 30, took place Fri
day. In the precession from the palace
te the church. Emperor William
walked boside King William of Wur
temburg. Ills Last Itun.
INDiANAreLis, Ind., Nev. 6. Laf ay ay ay
otte D. Hubbard, familiarly known as
"Yank" Hubbard, popular conductor en
the Vandalla system, after completing
his run from St Leuis te this city,
dropped dead of hear.t disease.
Impurtunt Ciniil Scheme.
Vienna, Nev. 5. The Reichsrath will
seen discuss a preject te Jein the Oder
and Danube rivers by means of a canal,
thus making a complete waterway be
tween the Baltic and Black seas. A
French syndicate is surveying a route.
Live Canadian Cattle Burred.
Londen, Nev. 5. The beard of agri
culture has issued an order prohibiting
the frce importation of Canadian cattle
Heuceferlh Canadian cattle must be
slaughtered at the ports at which they
Itussla Hunt Up.
Londen, Nev. 6. Advices from St
Petersburg show that the government
has made futile endeavors te raise a
lean abroad te relieve its straitened ex
chequer. After l'lrebujrs,
Beavku Falls, Pa,, Nev, 8. Soveral
incendiary fires here in the last two
days have caused great excitement A
vigilance committed has been formed,
and every effort will be made te run
down the miscreants.
WHITE vs. BLACK.
A Sanguinary Battle. en a Sante
Fe Passenger Train.
When the Melce Ended a Ne'gre and a
Marshal Were Found Dead.
The Trouble One of Itace Four Negroes
nnd Three United States Dcpntles Were
Engaged In the Affray, In W hlch a
Number of Shots Were Fired.
AiiDMenE, L T., Nev. 6. A bloody
tragedy occurred early Friday morning
en the Sante Fe passenger train be
tween here and Gainesville, Tex., in
which one U. S. deputy marshal and a
Negro passenger en the train were
The tragedy took place in the half of
the combination smoking car which is
reserved for Negroes. In that com
partment there were four Negroes and
three U. S. deputies, named Smith,
Armstrong and Beeker. One of the
Nogreos remarked in an offensivo man
ner that that portion of the car was re
served for Negroes, and he would like
te knew what business white men had
in it Deputy Smith replied that white
men could ride where they pleased, and
supplemented his remark with an oath,
which angered the Negrees. Smith
was riding in front of the Negroes, and
he rose te go back te the ether com
partment The Negro who had started the
quarrel evidently thought the deputy
was about te attack him, and drawing
a revolver, shot him through the heart
Immediately a battle between the
whites and blacks ensued, in which a
large number of shots were fired. When
the melce ended it was found that the
Negro who had attacked Smith had
been kilted. When the train arrived
here all these concerned in the affair
were arrested. The train en which the
tragedy occurred was the through
Texas express, and was crowded with
first-class passengers, among whom the
battle caused the greatest excitement
The Negro who was killed has net been
CHEAP MONEY JEflOM CANADA.
It Miut Ont.Onr Own Hanks te the Extent
Mentiieal, Nev. 5. The Canadian
banks, during the pest few months,
have been enjoying a degree of
prosperity that has been unknown
for years. Net only has money
been actively employed in the mercan
tile pursuits at home, but there has
been an unprecedented demand from
Chicago, St Paul, Minneapolis, and
western states, where excesslve rates
prevail. The Canadian banks, at the
close of September, had en public dis
counts In Canada $183,157,135, In addi
tion te this they employed en call leans
in the United States 22,800,000 of which
sum the Bank of Montreal hed $13,184,
202. The total of the call leans in
Canada was $19,823,270.
Thnrman Birthday Banquet Off.
Celumhus, O., Nev. 5,It is an indi
cation of the precarious condition of ex ex
Senater Allen G. Thursman's health
that the Thurman club has just an
nounced that their annual banquet in
celebration of his birthday, November
13, will be emitted this year, as Mr.
Thurman has intimated that it will be
impossible for him te be present, be
cause of the state of his health. He
will be 70 years old at bis next birth
day. The New Orleans 'Irttffedy.
Nkw Orleans, Nev. 5. On Monday
tne aamnge suit, against tne city ei .New
Orleans, the city officials and the load lead
ers of the mob who broke into the Par
ish prison and lynched the Italian pris
oners there, March a year age, will
come up in the United States circuit
court for trial. Suit was brought by
the heirs of ten of the murdered men
for damages aggregating $300,000.
Deputy Mamhals In New Yerk.
Nkw Yerk, Nev. 5. Twelve hundred
U. S. deputy marshals were sworn in
Friday for duty at the polls en Tues
day. The work was performed by U. S.
Commissioner 8hlelds. After the men
were sworn In they were assigned te
the assembly districts where they shall
serve, and the warrants and official
badges were furnished them by U. S.
Heavy Mi ew-Kill l.
Detroit, Mich., Nev. 5. Snow fell
here Friday for the first time this season.
If commenced te ceme devn about 3
o'clock Friday afternoon, continuing
for two hours, and covering the earth
withja mantle of white. When the
snow stepped falling the mercury drop
ped several degrces and the weather
became very cold.
A Cled Killed llltn.
IlAiiTFeitn City, Ind., Nev. 5. While
leading gravel in a pit south of town,
Friday morning, Jehn Rhonemous, of
this place, was knocked against the
wheel of his wagon by a huge clod of
dirt with such violence as te break his
neck. Others working near by were
An Archilulie CeinliiiUier.
Viknsa, Nev. 5. The itinerary of
Archduke Francis, who Intends te make
a tour of the world, has been published
in the Neu Frcl Preshe. According te
this the Archduke may be expected te
reach America about August next and
he will return te Vienna in November.
I'nrmcr Murdered ui.d Ilehhed.
Feiwyck, Arlc, Nev. 5. Fourteen
miles west of here yesterday, Ephraim
Pierce, an aged farmer, was enticed
from his heuse en a pretext and his
brains blown out The murderer then
went te the heuse and secured about
$2,000 from the iron safe
Fractured ller "-kull.
S1IKI.HYVIU.K, Ind., Nev. 5. Miss
Lavinla MclCuy, aged about 02 years,
residing nt Cynthiana, fell from auhair
Friday morning nnd fractured her
skull She will dle.
Ilrltlsh Wur-Hlilp Howe Sinks.
Londen, Nev. 6. A dispatch fremJ
Madrid states that the Howe sank Frl
SERIOUS N ALABAMA.
V. 8, Authorities mil Fearlessly Perform
Montgomery, Ala., Nev. 5. -The ap
pointment of United States Marshal
Walker and the subsequent telegram of
Gen. Shelly, chairman of the demo
cratic campaign committee, te the
chairman of the Dallas county commit cemmit cemmit
tee te arrest the deputies should
they ceme within thirty feet of
the polls, have caused some appre
hension that there will be a centlict be
tween the state and federal authorities
en election day. Gen. Shelly is deter
mined en the ene hand te make the
state law paramount in the manage
ment of this election, and Marshal
Walker en the ether Is equally firm and
determined that the United States stat
utes shall control. Marshal Walker has
Issued instructions te his doputies in
which he clearly sets out their duties
"Your duty is that of a peace officer,
and you are directed that at the polls
you are te keep order, preserve the
peace and protect the United States su
pervisors against violence or intimi
dation in the discharge of their official
duties. In the event an arrest becomes
necessary, you are directed te carry the
person arrested before the nearest
United States commissioner. Your
rights as peace officers in making the
arrest of the persons interfering With
United States supervisors are supreme
ever that of any state officer. If it be
come necessary in making the arrest
you have the right te summon te your
aid any sheriff, deputy or any ether
persen te make the arrest and if any
be summoned refuse te give you such
aid you will at once report te this office.
This is a federal election, in which thcre
is no election of any state or county of
ficers, only that of congressmen and
electors for president and vice president
of the United States. If deputy mar
shals are prevented from the full dis
charge of their duties they will prompt
ly notify me at my office in Montgome
ry, Ala. Your duty must be performed
without infringing upon the rights of
any citizen or citizens and in a manner
that is firm or free from intermeddling
display of authority.
FIGHT WITH OUTLAWS.
Killed and Wounded Ilcperted en Beth
Taulequah, I. T., Nev. 5. Anether
desperate battle has occurred between
a pesse ei aeputy United Mates mar
shals and the notorious Ned Christie,
who a few days age escaped from their
clutches. Learning that Christie and
his gang had returned te their cabin
fort in the Caney mountains, United
States Marshal Yees get together a
ferce of 50 determined deputies and sent
them te renew the attack.
They were led by Deputy Marshal
White, reputed one of the bravest men
in this country. It was learned Thurs
day that the party reached the fort and
made an attack at night Arch Wolf,
one of the outlaws, was killed and sev
eral of the marshals arc reported
wounded, but it is impossible te get ac
curate particulars yet
When the marshals surrounded the
house they waited for Christie te show
himself, but he did net appear. Arch
Wolf came out of the house at daylight
and was ordered te surrender. He re
fused and started te run back into the
house, when he was fired upon and fell
mortally wounded but managed te
Immediately the gang opened up fire
en the marshals and a number of them
were wounded. A perfect fusillade of
firing was kept up between the opposing
parties all day, and it is feared that
many are killed. Their orders are te get
the gang dead or alive.
The New Telephone System.
Chicago, Nev. 5. A party of prefes
sienal and business men went te La La
pertc, Ind., te witness the working of
the Strewger system of telephone con
nections. The invention, which is sim
ple, worked welL It consists of a small
beard with small keys attached. If Ne
120, for instance, is wanted, the first
key is pressed ene time, the second
twice and the third six times. The
user then has the connection he desires.
The company expects te make the cost
of telephone? service te subscribers $2
A Delinquent Operator flees Mad.
Little Reck, Ark., Nev. &. A. W.
Bennett whose alleged negligence in
delivering an order caused a collision
here a day or two age, In which a fire
man and an engineer were killed, is re
ported te be reaming the weeds a
raving maniac The coroner's jury held
him responsitle for the death of the
two men. Bennett is fifty years old and
has a wlfe nnd large family.
A Street Cnr Ilulldurs' Combine.
St. Leuis, Nev. S. An effort is being
made here with every prospect of its
success te consolidate the St Leuis, the
Laclede, the Brewncll and the Amer
ican Street Car Building companies of
this city. The four corporations have a
combined capital of $1,000,000 and are
among the largest of the kind in the
Clttriniiu Menrtnry Delegate.
Bkiiun, Nev. 5. Count Veu Alvonsle Alvensle
ben, German minister te Ilelgium; Dr.
Ven Glasenap of the imperial treasury
department, and Herr llartung, director
of the Itelchsbank, have been appointed
delegates te the international monetary
conference which meets in Brussels en
A -Monument te Kllsuerth.
Chicago, Nev. 5. A subscription te
defray the expenses of erecting a monu
ment te the memory of Cel. Elmer Ells Ells
eorth, the first union officer killed in
the late war, has been started here.
Edwin L. Brand hoaded the list with
f 1,000. The project will be pushed.
Detective Shet by a Creek.
Nkw Yekk, Nev. Jehn J. Cary, a
dutoctive connected with the central
office, was shot dead at Twenty-nlnih
street and Seventh avenue, by James
D. Blanchard, an ex-convict and Chica
A Drunkard shot te Death,
Mi.NNKapeus, Minn., Nev. 5. Christo
pher Ilcnderbeu, arrested for being
drunk, was shot leml by Officer Kolou Kelou Koleu
tcrskl while u'umptlng te escape.
Gathered Frem All Parts of the Country by
Claude Wilsen, editor of the Advance,
at Wilsen, N. C, has disappeared most
Jehn Jenes, a celebrated trainer of
jumping horses for the prince of Wales,
died at Epsom Friday.
Marquis De Saint Dennis, a cele
brated Chinese scholar and an ocademi ecademi
cian is dead, at Paris.
Judge Jehn Cellier is dead He was
ene of the pioneer citizens and very
prominent at Atlanta, On.
A reduction of five per cent in the
wages of ship builders in Belfast went
into effect Friday. The reduction af
fects 12,000 empleyes.
The United States grand jury at New
Yerk, at Jehn I. Davenport's Instiga
tien, nanaea up forty mere election In
dictments Friday morning.
Gen. Samuel Wylie Crawford, who
commanded the Pennsylvania reserves
at the battle of Gettysburg, died at
Philadelphia, aged 55 years.
The Hudsen county grand jury at
Jersey City, N. J., Friday afternoon in
dicted fifty-four colored and ene hun
dred white men for false registration.
Bryan Butler was shot and instanly
Jtilled at Sufkin, Tex. by Leuis Man Man
teeth, both young men and students at
the East Texas college. The killing
grew out of a schoolboy frolic.
The city jail was burned at Sanoma,
Cal. Twe tramps arrested for drunk
enness were burned te death. Their
names are unknown. It Is supposed
the prisoners set fire te the jail them
selves. Corporal David W. Thompson, Com
pany B, Sixth Infantry, new with his
company at Fert Themas, Ky., hav
ing enlisted while a miner, .will be dis
charged from the service of the United
E. B. Sligh was knocked down en the
street at Chester, S. C, and robbed of
$1,000 by two negrees. Sligh says he
shot one of them. Sligh is the Repub
lican candidate for congress from that
Jehn Murphy, who was arrested in
New Yerk city for illegal registration,
has been sentenced te three years' im
prisonment by Judge Benedict in the
criminal room of the United States cir
The department of state has received
notice that the Gilbert islands, lying in
the Pacific ocean under the equator,
have been placed under the protection
of Great Britain. The decree announc
ing the protectorate was promulgated
at Apamama May 27 last
The Michigan supreme court denied
the mandamus asked for by D. J. Cam
pau, chairman of the democratic state
cemmittee te compel the Detroit com
mon council te rescind their appoint
ment of election inspectors in that city.
The court holds that the council had
full power In the matter.
The secretary of the Interior has ap
proved the allotments of lands te the
Indians en the Devil's Lake reserva
tion, in North Dakota, te the number
of 809. By the terras of the general al-"
lotment act, these Indians are thereby
declared te be citizens of the United
States and entitled te all the ritrhts.
privileges and immunities of such citi
zens. 'A HE MARKETS.
CINCINNATI, NOV. Bl
FLenn Winter patent, U7&2US. fancy,
M.15&J.50. family, K.4S Tifli. extra, il03.25;
low grade, Jl.OtxaiOO; spring patent, (4 224 50;
spring fancy, 1160:3.83: spring family, R 00ft
3.40. Rye flour, f3.Wa3.ee. Buckwheat, S'iOOO
2.15 per 100 ft sack.
WnEAT lluyers wanted geed Ne. 2 red at 07c.
Samples purchased at the recent low figures
have all been placed at CSc. Ne. 3 red sold at
63c for geed sample.
Cern The market was quiet and about
steady for bhclled, at 43c for regular Inspection
samples of Ne. 2 mixed, Ne. 2 yellow and Ne. 2
white. Old ear nominal at 4143e and new quiet
at 3S233C ter prime cured lets.
Oats The market was firm In tone and the
demand fair Ne. 2 white held at 3eij35'ic, and
Ne. 2 mixed at 32c
Rye Showed no demand of consequence and
there was no pressure te Bell. Ne. 2, nominal
at&5QSdc. Sales of Ne. 3 spot, track, nt 47c
Cattle Select butcher, B.fV3tft). fair te
geed. MTiJtlW; common, H.7Jil2.M. Geed
te choice heavy helfurs, (3.00&3.S0. geed te
choice. light heifers, i2.0033.A0. Cews: Geed te
choice, r2.0O3 2S.
Veal Calves Common and large, S2.0034 00;
fair te geed light, 4.ai25; extra,5.M.
Hogs Select heavy shippers and prime
butcher, W 45 6.55, fair te geed packing, (ft. 20 a
5.40, common and rough, (4,i5.1& fair te geed
light, tt.2J 1 5,40; fat pigs, J5 002525.
Sheep AStn LAMUS-Market continues dreggy
with light demands and moderate receipts.
Sheep Wethers, 4 25$4 75, fat ewes, M.753
4 50; common te fair, ti2.v&3.80. Lambs Lambs Lambs
Geed te choice, c4 50,(500, common te fair, J.25
New Yekk, Nev 5
WnEAT Firmer and active; December, 75
15-lOc. May, tc
Rye Inactive end stendv: Western, 59200c
Uaiiusv Quiet; Western, 00 75a
CeiiN-Dull.steady; December, 51e,May,51Ue;
Ne. 2, 49CJS0HC.
Oats Moderately active, arm: December,
37c; May, 40c, western, 34-mvfa
PiTTSBtman, Nev. 5.
Cattle Market nothing d3lug, all through
Hogs Market slew; Philadelphlas, 5.70
5 00; mixed, 15 5095 65. fair te btmt Yerkers,
f5.2t5.45; seven cars of hogs snipped te New
Sheep Market steady and unchanged.
Daltimeh . Nev. 5.
Wheat Firm; Ne 2 Ttd spot, 7l4c; No
vember, "Ue December, 73i: May Sd.
Coun Quiet; mixed spot 4SV,e: Netembcr,
48Hebld. jour, 47'iO January, 48a
Oats Acthe and strong. Ne. 2 whlte wost west
Kye Quiet, Ne. 2, 58Hebia
CiircAae, Nev. ft.
Fleuk and ait.u.v. Cah quotations, rieur
nemluul; Ne. 2 spring wheat, 70He- Ne.
3 spring wheat, 69S0lc, Ne. 2 red, 70Sc;
Ne 2 corn, 41 Se- Ne. 3, 40Vic; Ne. 2 eats, 30fs
SOVtO: Ne. 2 white, f. e. b., 3(i,&30c. Ne. 3
whlle, 3J33c, Ne. 8 rye. 50c, Ne. Sbar'ey, 63
04c, Ne. 3 f e. U.HIaOOe; Ne. 4 I, e.b., 32.500;
Ne. 1 flax-seed, 1 10liftl.ll.
PlIlLADRU'IltA, Nev. 5.
Wheat Optlonssteedy, Ne. 2 red November,
Cehn Options a shade easier, local car lets
ueminil; Ne. 2 mixed In expert elevator, 48Sje;
Ne. 2 ratxfd November, 4S4a4Si,e
Oath Firm under light offerings Ne, 3
mixed, 37c. Ne, 3 white, Se. Ne. s white, 404
IIe, dochelce, 41He; Ne. 2 white November,
say, u 40c.
TOI.tPO, O . Nev. S,
Wheat Dull. Ne. 2 cash nnd November,
rOVc: December, 720; May.TBlic.
Ceiut-Dull. Ne. S cash, 4Uie, Ne. 3 40Ha
Oats Quiet; cash 31 He.
UYS-DUUl cash, 54c
Clevxh SeedacUye hut stcsdy; prims
cash and November, 15.30; December, 17.49:
I Have Yeu f
discovered that while the astronomers
lire jmzzllriK tlicrafclvcs ever the pe
culiar Hppearnnce of tbe moon Henry
Ort has a novelty in the
thnt is quite line cneuirn te plcnse the
lady In the moon. Watch the moon
and keep en tjoen
HENRY ORT'S !
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