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M )iii.i;,u.ijy-;-Limg.iH'.w.,'j ' ,jjxa3im&iij .'-jfm-iimmBmmmu Pi m.ii.ji hh.jiumi n mi .umiD -, tr-re? sFSRWSfSJ ' -, " . " -J - r, . . -?. .s '?A' CPt' 3 - 51 S&l ttlfcl :m f 4 ' 5 - t W "-'K - VOLUME 1. WICHITA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER S, 1SS4. NUMBER 149 gAMlA".li-JAa,-fJll!H8Vi,-liJM-'.JJiy IV-LI. J.WII I 'III m viLd . . J? . Iwa ''' - i&jxl& STILL IN DOUBT. BOTH PARTIES STILL CLAIM NEW YORK. Indiana Conceded to the Demo crats by 5,500 Plurality. Demonstrations in Brooklyn Stopped by Police for Fear of Trouble. Blaine's Plurality in Illinois Over 21,000. Now York. k- Iork, ov. . (11:46 a. 111. 11.) Ten districts not heretof re reported at all have just reached the associated press oflice, some of them coming from the mountain regions bv mail. Thef-c foot up as follows: Dlaine, CtU; Cleveland, 217. N.t Ik-publican )dti rality in these districts 4 17. A difference of nearly 411 lms been found in Cattarnugus county between the asso ciated pres footings "and n.turns of the county clerk. If the latter's figures stand tht-v will increase lllaine's plunuity bv 441. If not there will be no change. An effort has been made to get tho election of districts repeated separately. Tho footing of the dis tricts as rocehed at the associated press of fice nre correct. The only possibility of er ror m in returns having been incorrect at first, namely too favorable to Cleveland. The situation at three p. in., it this: Several errors havo been discovered which, xe-pt as to one in 'WWcheater, will very nearly balance. The indications ro growing stronger that the vote will bo nearer even than hy estimates havo conceded. .Many counties are vet to be revised however, and the work will be slow and tedious. It is necessarily so, since in every case where a discrepancy is discovered or doubt is raised, and the election district returns arc inquired for at this late hour, it is not always easy to secure these promptly. Jay Gould this morning sent the lollow ing to Governor Cleveland: "I heartily congratulate you on your election. We all concede rHew 1 ork. i our Administration as governor hus been wise and conservative and in the larger field as president, 1 feel that you will do still better and tho vast business interests of the country will be en tirely safe in your hands." Sighed: " Jay Goixn. 1 ji. in. Tho question as to who has car ried New York ttate is now chiefly a ques tion of thcaccurat-i footings of long columns of figures. The footing of county clerks, with onlv a few missing, indicate that Cleveland has about one thousand plurality The footings of election districts made in the associated press office, indicate that Blaine has nearly an equal plurality. Twelve di.-Hcts in the state had not, up "to this morning, reported at all. Some sixty others had reported, but their accuracy was questioned, and they will bo verified to-day. The whole list of counties will be carefully re-added to-day, and the result of that addi tion, as well as the result of the compilation of county clerks' figure", will be sent out by the associated press. This work will prob ably not be completed before night. 1 Ins morning a salute ol one hundred guns was fired in the city hall park by order of the leader of the county Democracy in honor of (trover CleielandV election to the firesidency. The booming of guns drew n argo crowd from the bulletin boards at the newspaper offices to the park. During tho firing a portion of a wad from a gun struck a little newsboy named Jacob Simon in the face knocking out his rye. The Herald and Sun have withdrawn their bulletin boards this morning. The crowd was quite enthu siastic on the announcement of the election of Cleveland and Hendricks, and this was increased when it wa declared that .lay Gould had conceded the state to Cleveland ami had sent a telegraphic dis patch to the governor, congratulating him upon his election. Tho Republicans continue firm however, and still maintain that Hlaine has carried the state. Tho Mail and Kxpress says neither party yields New Yorrf state. Tin- content 13 so close that official figures may be necessary to determine the result. Returns so far re ceived indicate an apparent plurality for Blaine. The acting superintendent of police to-day sent a message to all polico captains to pre vent all parades not having proper permits from the police, nnd toj give an escort to thoso who had permits. The l'ost says: "The adherents of G rover Cleveland may rest confident that this state has given linn" a plurality, and that he has a largo majority in tho cfcctoral college." A revision of figures in AVcst Chester county shows a clerical error in tho associ ated prefH footings. The revision of th"n error gives Cleveland five hundred more votes than tho previous statement based on the election districts. By orders of the acting superintendent of police, issued to-day, tho captains are re quired to hold their men in readiness for any outbreak that may occur. A large force of police officers is massed in the sta tion houo nearest to the newspaper offices. The supreme court to-dav granted an order requiring tho chief of thoWrcau of elections to dhow cause, why ho should not ermit a committee of lawyers, appointed at last night's meeting, to inH-ct tho election re turns. Captain Berghold, commanding tho police force in the precinct in which is the Wes tern Union building, states that everything it peaceable The complete aseciated press returns by election districts from Cattaraugus county have been recated by telegraph, and show that the county clerk overstated Blaine's plurality by 4.12, and that th associated press returns lrom that county and footing thereof were correct as first published. Tho discrepancy, therefore, does not disturb the figures originally given. The Republican national committee deny that Mr. Blaine is coming to New York fo"r n conference with them. They say they have no means of determining the result in tlits state except the election disrrict returns, and that they will only take such steps as may be necessary to p'rotect the party s in terest during the" progress of the count, and that to this end counsel will appear before tho cdtinty canvassing boards next Tuesday. Tho committee say they want nothing but fair play and what" the law allows in the de termination of the result by those author ized to pass upon the returns, and this,jis a matter of course, they are bound to insist upon. IK-adq'rs National nemocratic Commlttre, No. II, WestTwonty-fuurtb street, November 7. ISM. To the people of the I'nited States There can no longer bo any question concerning tho actual result of tlio presidential election. Governor Cleveland and Thoma A. Hen dricks have a majority of eighteen in the electoral -ollege, and it" is not worth while for our adversaries to claim tho electoral vote of the state of New York. Lt is abso lutely certain that the returns of the proper officers of tho election on tho night of tho lh of November showed a decisive plural ity in tho state for the electors supporting Cleveland and Hendricks. If any different or altered returns are now being prepared, or are promulgated, they are corrupt falsifi cations of the records of the state of New York nd the men aiding or abetting the making of tuch reports are criminals, lt is not ex pected that you will tamely submit to the macWnations'of such men. lA-t them un derstand that you will recognize at noon lo-morrow throughout the United States the actual election of Cleveland and Hendricks bv firing national salutes, meet to-morrow night throughout tho country and express vour opinions in a manner that cannot be misunderstood. Tho men of New York are resolved not to submit to the gross outrage attempted to be perpetrated upon their rights and will speak for themselves. Signed Win. II. Bi-rnum, Chairman National Dem ocratic Committee. A. 1. Gorman, Chair man National Exccutivo Comtnittco- Brooklyn fired one hundred guns and tiad a groat torch light procession, celebrat ing the election of Cleveland. TVe Star says: A hundred telegrams have been received "from all over the country in ouirine the views of Mr. Kelly on tho elec tion, and especially asking his opinion of iew lorx Mftic. iu n.'Buuc w mesc in quiries Mr. Kellcy lent the following state went : ' The figures show a total vote for Cleveland and Blaine of 1,104.616, and a plurality for Cleveland ofl ,150. The Albany Evening Journal concedes this. I am of the opinion Ilie counties wuen cuiivnaeuu uy me ?. WJ"" "V;. ' ?" " ...-.- v.. v... w.-. w -.v , .-" ., , ,, , i ..: ,.M , the people will be kept 1.1 uspense until the official canvass assures them positively. Iei. j.eans ukcii ' lBB ,K " ,1 - hoard of supervision, on Tuesday next, will j cans also elect the county commissioner over show an increase over ths Journal's figures. tho present incumbent, a Democrat. Every The national Democratic committee's figures ' office in the county is now filled by ltepub aro 1,300 for Cleveland, and their statement licans for the first'time since 1870. election districts in tho state of cwlork .'. M.0..i, i sn-. r,.:..r 1 1V0. rv, . T..i..a-,i 1.. ,oJ: -Mcuaue, I,oUi; viavigan, J.lw: L-oz-indicatc that effort havo been made to tatn- ! -' ,!.,. ,.,.' ,'o.w,. .',! 1. :... ner with the returns, but the visnlanco of t)ie Democratic national committeo lias pre vented it. You can rely upon these figures, as I havo assurances that they are accurate, and that the state canvass will find them correct or nearly so, nnd if there arc reduc tions the number will not bo sufficient to de feat Cleveland's election."' Signed, Jon Kkixy. I . . '-" . rj On a careful review of tho figures by dis tricts us furnished by the agents of the asso ciated press corrected by returns received during the dav, so a? to" bring the record down to this time, the total vote of the state stands: for Cleveland 050,880, Itlaine j."S,420. Plurality for Cleveland 1,400. There are yet eighteen districts from which the returns are still behind or questioned. These in 1880 gave Garfield a plurality of 74C. The coun ties in which nro tho lacking districts, are E-"sex, Madison, Faratoga, Sullivan and Ul ster. The exccutivo committees of tho various Cleveland and Hendricks clubs to-night re solved to hold a mass meeting of the mer chants and citizen? to-morrow evening in the Academy of Music. The committee is sued an address to the business men of tho city faying: "That tho election of Cleveland anil Hendricks, to tho presidency and vice presidency of the United States is an assured fact. All" can rejoice that the election is ove- and that our active energies may unco more be given to our regular business affairs. The following are among thegenth-inen who have been invited to address the uueting Saturday night: Rev. Henry AVard Beecher, Curl Scliurz, Satquel J. Randall, George Wm. Curtis and. Benjamin II. Bristow. In Brooklyn late to-night the police stopped political parades, fearing they might lead to trouble. In this city great crowds to-night at the headquarter of the Demo cratic and Republican central committees, but no returns were given out. There was an entire absence of the feverish feeling of last night in all parts of the city. The Dem ocrats seemingly are content with the procla mation that the controversy is ended and Cleveland elected. Rumors were current late to-night that John I. Davenport and John .1. O'lirien had been arrested for alleged tampering with the election returns. Mr. O'Rricn was"scen later and denied that he had been urrtstd. He said he understood bo had been indicted by the grand jury and he expected to be taken into custody in n day or two. Davenport is tho United "States commissioner. O'lirien is chairman of the Republican county com mittee and chief of the bureau of elections. Tho Herald gives the following as the cemplcxion of tho next house of representa tive: Democrats, 185: Republican", 1!!8; People' party, 2. Democratic majority, LV Alii any, N. Y., Nov. 7. Tho Evening Journal concedes the election of Cleveland. It savs: There seems to be no longer any doubt that Governor Cleveland has been elected president. Every county has tent in its full returns aftera careful verification 1 1 ......... (!,....- fi,.,...i.,,,,i .. ,.!.,,-.,i;t,. of about one thousand in this state. The vote will not vary two hundred 011 either side of those figures. New York gives Cleveland enough votes to elect him. The Journal has devoted all its energy toward securing the result and it now reluctantly sLutcs that the election has been decided dif ferently from its deires. It believes that a prompt recognition of the will of the ma jority is essential to the maintenance and preservation 01 American institutions. o lotig a tho people of the United States have decided to tran-fer the federal administrie tion to the Democratic party, wo are glad that n decision has been made in favor of a Democrat from New York state. Congratulatory dispatches have poured in upon tlio governor all morning. They come from rverv state in the union. Already several thousand have been received. Among the telegrams was one from Jay Gould, congratulating Governor Cleveland on his election. There was a constant stream of visitors in and out of the executive mansion all morning. .Many ladies were among the callers. The governor bore his honors modestly. The excitement in this city has largely subsided, the Republican generally conced ing Cleveland's election. Many business and private, houses are decorated. The enthu siasm among the Democrats is subdued but intense. The Jacksonians, one of thu load ing campaign club', will serenade President elect Cleveland at the executive mansion this evening. On Monday night next a monster celebration will be held, in which all the campaign clubs of Albany and vicin ity will participate. Tuoy, N. Y., Nov. 7. The official vote of Wnhington county gives Blaine 7,337; Cleveland 4,222; St. John 25.); Butler 115. The police are guarding the Telegram building, which was to-night surrounded by a mob of 0,000 or 7.000. Tho Telegram bulletin boards were torn down and broken into splinters. No more bulletins will be put out, by the request of the police. The mob was "good naturcd and there is not much fear of violence. Two news boys had their Telegrams taken away and torn up. All the extra police are on duty. The police finally dispersed the mob in front of the Telegram oflice. The street be came comparatively quiet. Little knots of men gathered on the corners reading the midnight's extra. A special from Hoosic Kalis to the Tele gram says: Butler tickets there are till count ed for Cleveland. The tickets were the same size and thickness. It is alleged by tho Itutlcr managers that the same was done elswhero. ItixfliiAMTO.v, N. Y., Nov. 7. The ollicial returns of Broome county give Blaine 7,182; Cleveland, 5,780: St Joh"n,41S; Butler, 111. Sakatoqa, Nov. 7. Saratoga county's complete official returns give llhiino 8,190; Cleveland, .r.,810: Butler, 92; St. John. 425. DfNDET, N. Y., Nov. 7. The total vole of Yates county is a follows: Blaine, 3191; Cleveland, 1919; Butler, 114; St. John, 1CS. Blaine's plurality, 1274. Kinoiton, N. Y., Nov. 7. Ulster county's complete official returns give Blaine 9,929; Cleveland, 9.870; SL John, 128: Butler, 157. Sciiknectapv. N. Y., Nov. 7. The offi cial vote of Schenectady for electors is: Blaine, 3,200; Cleveland. "2,977; Butler. 39; St. John. 100. Blaine's majority hn beeu incorrectly reported by 140. Rochester, Nov. 7. Orleans county complete gives Blaine 3,997. Cleveland 290?. St. John 009. Kansas. Toi-kka, Ks.. Nov. 7. Tho excitement in this city the past forty-eight hour has been to inten'e over national politics that no ef fort h been mado by anyone to complete the ioto of this state. "Xewtpajwr men. committees and candidates have been f.:iti fled to know that the republican cmdidates for (date ollice had received about -10.000 majority and Hlaine over M.,000, and the ielMauvo aim couniy tuni-crs aimu-i uumu- mou for that tartv that none of them cared )lnalZ"Z . . ., . .-., , I for details. The countv canvas.-er? all over .1... -..c. .!,. V.it- iJ,v ,1 1 it ii vvvi . ..-. .' -.--.. , "'V : , " v "',."" Vl K, 1, i, .rnt ..nV oflicial results will all be m the sccretan ot i.ninj A,iti, 111 lun nr iiiriH ii.ii.s in'ii Lilt- i . . . . . .i.... ...1. .1.. r".'. , "' . V - -ri -i i.e..' othcial vote will be given. Uw plurality tor lll.. it. llii s-liii'iiti rtinntv. is :tJ!l ' for Martin for governor, -i.577. The rest of tho state officers have 3,i$ majority. Kyan. for congress, 3,130. Kmiyiria, Nov. 7. The official vote of Lyon county, ns returned by tho board of canvassers to-day. is as follows: For presi dent, Blaine 3076. Cleveland 1519, Butler 2.4, St. John llO; For covernor, .Martin 2031, Click 1SS7. l'hclps 17?; For lieutenant governor, Riddlo 303i Uolliday 1641, Bried- ..!., .vc 11.... tn. x-.. -l.t.- !., .,!.. euiuni io, ijiumu .-i ivi viuiu ju'iuc, i nonon oiut, .ampueu 1310, rooiuai. on. For associate justice, Johnston .'S47, Hurd 15$!, lcBrvan .,0.""; For secretary of state. Allen 3112. llogan 1571, Hubbard "iUO; For auditor. .McCabe S020. (Javisan 1003. akeQeld Z I, iiliams ;-; ror treasurer, i Howe3114. Hultman IoSj. Hefflebower 2.5S Battell 43; For attorney general, Bradford 3112, Smith 1J1S1, Brush SO-5; For state su- perintendcnU Lawhead S101, Keys i467, Fannie Jiandojph 330; For congnss. Kyan oim'.i, i uiiu ii i ue county ticket was ranrinr from 1000 to Fort Scott. Nov. 7. The official canvass of the vote of Bourbon county made to-dav, rives Blaine 1.317 plurality, Martin 060 pli- Mlitv, and St. John a total vote of 47 in the , county. Tho Republican tnaioritv in tho ' county ticket avcracc 1,100. bolinger and i elected by majoritie-- Unl tkt the Demormtic "candidates had presidential contest U settled, by 1700. l.n ,J.irtrA II,. t,-,t nntliinf. ieiiiii In of tho mayor Of Fulton. KJ bfttmr JJ Currier nre both elected to the legislature, and Uowden to the senate. J.he itepubli- . "olto.v, Kn, Nov. 7.-Tl.e following i. I me oiuciai votes 01 mis county, as canvasseu K, , ,,.-, acve,d ,,?,. St. . ,.,.--, ,... ,,. i :m 1 on-. T-.....i.. 1 uuiiii, m, iuuer, 11; .uuum, j,o.i; -reiuun, ' l.IWi Mulin, 1,734: Click, 1,251: Kiddle, ' .... ;-. i-...i' -.'.. for state senator, 1784; Hayden, 1,312; for representative, Dickinson, Republican, 1,803; Ulair, democrat, l,SSi; Heeler, republi can, on the county ticket, elected. Salina, Kas., Nov. 7. The official can vass of the county commissioners made io day, shows tho Repnbhcan majorities to be as follows in Saline county: Blaine 1.331, John A. Martin 278, .Moore, county attor ney S97, Hinds, district judge 7C, Faulkner, representative 92, Collins, represcntative212, 1-reuencKson, clerk ol court l0, Jlrs. Car mtJiers. roiintv Mn,printenfli.,.fJ7l. Wi-ivrr probate judge"377, Dickinson, county com- missioner 137. " Skxkca, Kas., Nov. 7. Official canvass of Nemaha cuuntv: Blaine, 2.2.V5, Cleveland, l,r8C; Butler, 38; St. John, 80; Martin, 2,- 180: Click. 1.707. Phillii C; Allen, 2,339; Hogim, 1.020; Hebburd, 9; Morrill, 2,337. l-'enlon. 1.027. Smith's mnioritv for sena- ! tor in Nemaha county is 227. Stkrli.no, Ks., Nov. 7. St. John was burned in effigy on the principal street of this citv this evening. The Democrats of Lvons county are hav ing a big jolliOcation to-night. The total vote of Rice county wa 3.100. The largest number by 1,000 ever polled. Ki.dokako, Ka-., Nov. 7. The Democrats ar.t maoing a big demonstration here this evening over the report that Cleveland is elected. The ttrt-ets arc thronged with peo ple. ban(h playing, while everything is illu minated, celebrating ever since 3 o'clock this morning. I.KAVKNWoiiTii, Ks., Nov. 7. The offi- i cial vote of this county complete give Blaine 3.598, Cleveland 3,197, Butler fcti, St. John 77, .Martin, Republican for governor, 3,190, Glick, Democrat for governor, 3,993, Mor rill, Republican for congress, 3,001, .Kenton, Democrat for congress, 1,003; Crozier, Re publican for district judge, has 399 majori ty. Jefferson county, as far us heard from, gives Blaine C00 majority, Morrill 400 and Martin 250. Maine. Al'OL'sTA, Me. Nov. 7. Mr. Blaine being interviewed at his homo said he had treated tho Republican nomination as an honorable trust confided to him without solicitation and had, therefore, spared no time and no cllbrt to secmo its success. He had confi dence that he had been fairly elected and he trusted that every effort wou Idjiow bo made to vindicate the ballot. "To quote mv own -aying on an important occasion," added Mr. Blaine, "any party in the United States can bear to bo defeated, but no party can bear to be defrauded." Mr. Blaine freely expressed the judgment that a major ity of the votes of New York havo been cast for tho Republican electoral ticket ho thought tho returns and comparisons with former votes clearly established this conclu sion. Latest advices received here from New York are to tho eli'ect that the Republican coinmitties of tho state and national, after a careful examination of tho whole ground art satisfied that the state has gono for Blaine and Logan. They state that a correct count will show a small Republican plurality and that thev havo taken steps) to establish the fact. Afr. Blaine's re-idence was crowded all day, many prominent citizens from disL-int part of the state arriving. Interest in the re ult in New York is growing deeper every hour. This afternoon Blaine talked freely about 'his situation. He said to distin- gnished citizens of Elaine, "I feel entirely satisfied that tho honest votes will change or manipulation will show a plurality lor the Republican electors of not less tliau 1,500 votes. I don't speak idly, but from the most necurato data carefully furnished tne from tho most competent sources." Mr. Itlai'ie added that the dispatch of Daniel Maniiinj;, published yesterday, contain ed tho most arrogant and offensive threat t control the election returns iu the inteiest of the Democratic ticket ever made in any northern state, and equaled the worst bulldozing proclamations over issued in the south, lie thought its ef fect would be to reduce the law abiding cit izens of New York who cannot afford to have their state reduced to tho level of law lessness prevailing in South Carolina and Mississippi. The gentleman asked .Mr. lSlaine if lie felt much disappointment over the po.-sible pro-pect of losing the presiden cy by such means. Mr. Blaine answered, I don't feel so in any personal sens" but pro foundly so on account of the vast national interest depending on the result. I feel great pride that no imputation of fraud has ever been seriously uttered against the mem bers of the Republican party in any state or district. I don't believe the American peo ple will accept a fraudulent result. The re publicans havo carried tho northern states by more than 300,000 majority and they do not propose to have the leading state taken from them by fraud. Lewimon, Nov. 7. The Journal's sum mary of 370 towns give the following: Blaine 00,079, Cleveland 40,547, Butler 3,770, St. John 1,910. Blaine's plurality 19.5S2. Illinois. Chicago. Nov. 7 Mayor Harrison has issued a request to all "newpapers of this city to cease issuing election bulletins on the grounds that they nro moving cau-es in collecting crowds anil causing undue excite ment. All have complied. l'he Timesclaims the state legislature will have a Democratic majority ofthree on joint ballot, giving two doubtful districL5 to the Republicans. The News' returns indicate a tio between the parties, with two districts in doubt. The Republican state central committee claims n majority of one on jnint ballot. Purifier returns from the state indicate the election of Republican congressmen in the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth. Seventh. Eighth, Ninth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth and Twentieth districts, and Democratic in the Second, Third, Tenth, Twelfth, Thirteenth, Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth and Nineteenth, while tho Eighteenth is in doubt. The Daily News has reports from 97 of 102 counties in the state, giving Blaine a plurality of 21,881. The other five counties in ISSOgave Garfield a net majority of 1,(10 over Hancock. Two of these counties re ceded bv tho Associated Press give Blaine n "J"" ".' --- " "c ""7" " ' plurality of 102, inakmg his p in ty m 00 , counties 2 ,0Si. These two wuntic in I&M gave. Garfield 10 majority The three re- mainini; eountie "vc Garfield 1,-170 ma-1 J"""-, . . , c . .. I to hear from the i,.:i.. x-.. . , .. ,.i..i:... . (.l. t. 1111 sixteen couihic for governor of 4,133. The" remaininint; ite!n counties gave (.iartleld 11,37 plural- itv. T lie news, on tliee tact estima te- Olesby's plurality at about 7tX). .V number of I!epublie-in. went in n b-dy to the houte of 1. M. I'liliiior and calld out (Jen. Logan. He bowed his thank but de clined to make any remark. Indiana. , , . . ,, -..' - -...!., -; iiui.--.in'u-, iu., 'w. 1. vti iiv w..-1-j 1 ?cbl returns it is. reported ; ,i. i. , i ;..., i. .-..- 1 i.inAM(i iiii 'Bl i""'"":l '": H"1" " "V" """- I-""-" 'y or;vW. anil the lpuiuican state cen- , . ., . ., ,.. ..i, ti,, inw 1.11111111111,.' iTjntn-ii-s hi.- (iitiv.i. ji -j. .. .. ... . . -i.x . ivmocratic committeo claim i,wi majority. ' T, - , ,iJ.-ii,,n stands as fol- lows: Democratic. First district. J. .1. ! -.. tireen. democrat I,'J, Leucoct, ! Kleiner: Second. Thos. II. Cobb: Third. Jo- 1 Democrit 2.0H, l'helphs. IUpublican 2.-J4. I na G. Howard: Fourth, "Vm. 5. Holtnan; ! Lehlba.-Ji, Republican 500, Macaboo, Demo 1 Fifth, C. C. .Mattson: .jcventb, V. 1). By- j erat 50"). . c;. . . . . . . t l num:Mntli. i. U. Ward: iwelttn, liotxrt . Uiwry; Thirteenth. Geo. Ford: long term, II V l.i.il lnriilli SiWlK lttr. ' 1 1 Tho..iI. Browne; Ligl-.th. .las. L. Johnson: Tenth. AV. I). Owen: KKnenth, Geo. AV. - Steele. The present delegation standi Ke- ' ....d;--n a n.rwv-.tc iO The itiliiUnt ! DemocraU have arranged for a jollification meetim: to-morrow night, on which occa- sion the speaker will be .Messrs. Hendricks, McDonald and Voorbees. Gov. Hendricks has received a great many congratulatory teleirrami to-dav and has been busily cn- eccd in receiving and entertaining callers, nl.,n.-uhnm n-.r wmv lt.-nnbliiir.. rr- f,-.naf friends. An asioefated press reporter , found him this evenin in conversation with number of politicians. Senator Voorhecs among them. He was in an apparently hap- add to w hat had alrcadv been expressed by I him for the past day or two respectinc tho , election. " " Superintendent AVallack of tho IVestera I L'nion telegraph company published a card I in the Journal to-morrow in answer to tho i enure iM-iuimicau v lram nl mind einrvssini- iimll a sal- roonif ua.c also t-vr-ii civscu uoiu strictures of Mr. Hendricks on the wanner in which the election returns were collected in this state. The first returns showed con- sidcrable Republican gains and Mr. Hen - dricks claimed the facts had been inten- tionally misrepresented bv Mr. "Vallack. The reason for this, Mr. AVallack says, was mat tne precincts 311 which ttice gains were made were reported first. As samples he shows that, of 245 Democratic precincts, on ly tnirtv-eigfit were reported durin: Tum. day night and "Wednesday, while of 201 Rc pifblican precincts 203 were reported. Evaxsville, Ind., Nov. 7. The whole 1 clty is ahvewith menaud boys, all making ls much noise as possible. Iloth parties are rejoicing and processions of men and boys, with tin horns, pass and repass each other .ci,ii.t n.- , n..i.i,. ......:.. til ... : All ar'c in good humor. Georgia, Savannah, Nov. 7. One hundred guns were fired to-day in honor of Cleveland's election. An immense mass meeting was held in front of the Cotton Exchange and arrangement., nave been made lor a grand j l1ub,ic demonstration, Atlanta, Nov. 7. The city is celebrating j Cleveland's election. At 11 o'clock, amidst ! ringing of fir? bells, firing of cannon and I blowing of whistles, an immense crowd. : bearing banners, tlags and redslurts, entered the capitol and took the legislature by storm and adjourned that body. The crowd then took un Gov. McDaniel and carried him across the street to the custom honse, whero enthusiastic and patriotic speeches were made by Gov. McDaniel, Congressman Hardman and Gen. Sawhn. At this hour, (1:30 p. in.) the wildest enthusiasm prevails and the city is drowned with shouts and other demonstra tions. Lauding Republicans are addressing tho negroes, telling them they have elected Blaine and they must see him put in. Savanaii, Nov. 7. Intense excitement in this city. Such scenes unknown here since 1800. The city wore the appearance of a holiday. People gathered in groups dis cussing tho great eent of the election of Cleveland. Business men and clerks are on the strctts and in many instances the store are cloed and the people wild with joy. Ohio. Cleveland, Nov. 7. The Democrats fired a hundred guns this afternoon over the elec tion, but they will havo a parade to-night and to-morrow. The Democrats fired one hundred guns this afternoon and one hundred more to night. A jollification meeting in the Armo ry to-night was addressed by national com mitteemen, W. W. Armstrong, Congre-j,-man Ford, and others. A street parade is arranged for to-morrow. Cincinxati,Nov.7 The street demonstra tions here has been unifonnily good natured though very noisy on account of the use of tin horns aiid other noisy instrumonts. The tendency has been to grotesque and carni val like. Tho Commercial Gazette to-day announced that thev would post no more bulletins, and advised the people to go home and await the regular mode of receiving I news. I he advice seems to have been taken as tho streets are comparatively quiet to night. Iowa. Des Moin, Nov, 7. The following dis patch was sent to the national Republican committee this morning by the Iowa Repub. licau committee : "Des Moines, l:u, Nov. 7. To the Republican National Committee, New York: Iowa Republicans beleiving with the national committee that Mr. Blaine is fairly elected are ready to protect tho vic tory of" their party in whatever manner be comes necessary, and we believe with Mr. Blaine that any party should be able to stand defeat, but a party worthy of success, as is the Republican partv, should not yield to fraud in the slightest degree at whatever cost. ; Signed, "W. P. Wolff. Chairman Republican State Committee." Tho congressional delegation in Iowa as far as determined aro the Third. Fourth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh, Republican, ane the Second and probably the Fifth, fusion. The First and Sixth will require the official result to determine. The delegation, without counting tho First and Sixth, show a gain for the Republicans of two. ' .-.. Missouri. St. Louih, Nov. 7. A lew more counties, making in all eighty-four, give majorities and pluralities tor "the heads of tho state ticket in this state as follows: Mannaduhe, Democrat, for governor, 27,729: Ford, fus ion. 18,447. Net majority for Marmadukc, 9 282. Returns from several more counties in this state are recehed and they aro of the same general character as those previously reported, snowing lieavv los.-es lor .Marline news, subsided to-night. It seems to be generally accepted that Cleveland and Hen dricks are elected, though there are still many Republicans who believo Blaine and and "Logan are victorious and will not be convinced to tho contrary until the official vote of New York is announced. The Dem ocrats are jubilant and exultant and will have a grand jollification to-morrow night. ICansas Citv, Mo., Nov. 7. The streets were thronged to-night with jubilant Demo- crats who crowded aiout tho newspipcr of- ,..j.i 1 .:ui.. i!.. 1 1 .,i..t- , however, they had df-per-ed without anv disturbances. J he local committee, as mi gustcd by the national committee, has ar arranged to lire a salute to-morrow as noon, and called a meeting for to-morrow night for the Democracy to express their opinion on the situation. 1 Michigan. I Detroit, Nov. 7. A cart-fiil comparison I of figures from both Democratic and Re I 1 . .1 .1. .. .!.. 1 ! puoucan sources snow inai iue iigurus sem- 1 , in uy tne associaieu press reports irom im ! city are nearly correct. Tho Democrats al- low the Republican a plurality of about I 1500. The Republicans claim a plurality of ! 7500. The state has gone Republican ac I cording to comparisons in this ollice by 4, I $77. There is not a great deal of ditl'ercnce t '. in the state and national tickr ts as at first 1 i thought. The Second congressional di- ' I trict is still in doubt. At midnight tho Free Press, Democrat, reports Blame's pluralitv in 1.12S P f , ,,- . ,1 - 3 , ,5 f o78 Tbc ,ateit , . republican pun plurality in 1.123 precincts anu -iger. precincti- cpublican piin of 11. The l'o-t, Uepublican, with two counties e-tima- teil und .1 few others partiallv heard from. , . , . ... ,.... ..',.. ,. -. , .:,.., f ciaimeu a inuraiuj oh lire en-ivuint iiynri, 01 5.00.1. and for Altrer for covernor. of 43W. The congressional delegation U seven fu-sionist-s nnd four Republican;, a gain of one for the fusionist. The re-ult is reached by a loss of two Democrats and a gain ofthree Hepublii-ans. New Jersey. Jeil-kt City, N. J., Nov. 7. The "Now ! Jersey state Uepublican committee received ( reports to-dav from all counties, sUto they 1 , - , i;. -0 .., . r , ap.u,j o.-or ----- 1 kit xtii . . i. .uv. . v'wiii-tiiiii.'iri 11: . ..." "-:i: ' 7.1 ':" 1 . ;,. "i"i:. :... iunis gnu -'u,1' u,'. "'A '" ",,: ctnt-Kntlnr ".MO. St. Jnhn l.ltA. Forcon- - -. .- -- - -- ----- - ... . .. . .1.. .. ..,-.. K ,.,.a,. ..b. iit.. c-s j uiihhi-u. - fc .c '-.- ltepublican I,Ss, Buchanan. Uepublican .in-i ? li.n...., irrK 1 North Carolina. Charlotte. Nov. 7. The citv wild witn cvcitement over uieveiano s election. The best citizen fed tnat Cleveiand s ection means peace and harmony between the -c- tion. and reunion tn more than name. Bon- Sre are burning on Independence square f.J nil me siivi Miirn.' liie nrviEuanim uio'ii liberty was made is !., ami the people are wild with excitement. Pennsylvania. I'ittsbc-ro, Nov. 7. A proclamation was sued to-day by Chief IVice Brown, pro- hibitir.g thu'po-ting of election bulletins and blo-ing of tin Ijorns on the street. ThU had the effect of reducing the crowd materially- and the best order prevails. Fool after the the order ,.i-. lated to keep ap the excitement Wisconsin. Mi:.w-.tct."Nov. 7.-Thaddeus C-Touad president of the central inder-ndect Ppab- licsn club of "vTiiConiis, this tTerinj -ut , duke for governor, and indicating his pin- error from Miami county; reversed; opinion ralitv not to be over 10,000. No estimate -,, a''n''ne..J- has vet been made of the vote for prcsiden- " " "" " q hctr C"T!' ct -n,; tial electors but it will largely exceed that ! erro oni Shawnee county; reversed; opm of -Marmadukc. The congressional delega- j wn t) aletwme, ' tion undoubtedly stand Twelve Democrat I " l?m vs- S- I5; Mnrl, et al: .fr aud two Republicans. The excitement which .r-ro,m f.haw"- "y; "versed; opinion has been intense among all classes of people I - aienune, .1. for davs and filled the streets iu the neigh- J- E. Stratton, administrator, etc., v.. R. borhood of newspaper offices with eager and ! "" McCandless; error from Lyon county; anxious men. watching intently for the latest , opinion by Hurd, J. . .r l . ,.. t ., t -:i the followg to Gov. Cleveland, Albany,! j New York: "The independent llepublicans f of Wisconsin congratulate you and th . ' , J country on the triumph of reason and en-.' lightened citizenship over partisan prejudice t I and tho corrupt struggle ofofiicc holders) j and monopolists, ' ; " Louisiana. New Orleans, Nov. 7. Rockets, bombs. t and bonfires light up the city. The States, I -.. . J... - T m . 1'icayuno and J imes-uemocrat ouices .ana other buildings are illuminated in honor of Cleveland arid Hendrieks. The crowds in ine streets axe auuuiiu lusuiy. .m-prucnes ; from various points in this state and Missis- sippi show great rejoicing. 1 Governor Kellogg charges his defeat in the Third congressional district to corrup- I tion, fraud, violence and intimidation. ' Virginia. Richmond, Ya., Nov. 9. Richmond's en thusiasm continues unabated over Cleve land's certain election. The joyous excite ment of the Democratic population is un paralleled. Two hundred guns were fired, but littla business since yesterday. News centers were crowded all day witii exultant , Democrats. Anotucr great demonstration i to-night. ! Petersbup.o, Nov. 7. The Itepublicans ! to-night concede the state to the Democrats I by 0000. The Democrats are highly elated ' at their success in thjs election. " i Alabama. Montcomert. Niv, 7. Tho people of Montgomery poured into the streets at night fall and in a snort tine locomotion was diffi- j cult. Torchlight procession, houses illumi- , nated and four hundred guns fired. The! citv was-as bright as day lor several hours.; The Advertiser has dviecs of utmost enthus asm throughout all Alabama. KansfcClty Items. Kansas Cniov. G. A firo on the cor ner of Eightbttld'plive streets to-night de stroyed the planing' mill of William West and" two adje(ni8jf dwellings. Total loss, 42,000: insunjae, So',000. The Times Sg: At Ottawa, Kas., large crowd are on tWfrtrcets to-night, and St. John was buroevyctfigy- Massachusetts. Bosro.v, Nov. 7. Tho result of the elec tion as proehiimqi by the Democrats wa celebrated here to-night by firing n salute of one hundred guns on the common. At the conference of Democrats and Independents, a committee vas appointed to decide upon some plan for a farther jollification. Kentucky. Louisville. Nfy. 7. The streets are crowded to-night Tlio citv is decorated with flags and bunting. 1 ho Democrats are wildly demonstrative with joy Tennessee. Knowili.e, Nov. 7. The. Democrats are firing two hundred' and nineteen gun? to night in'ihonor of Cleveland's election. Supremo Court Opinions. Topeka, Kas., Nov. 7. Tho following supreme court opinions were filed to-day: V. W. Winstead vs. G. II. Ilulme; error from Barton county; reversed; opinion bv Horton, C. J. John C. Dougla3 vs. Henry Easteral; error from Leavenworth county; reversed; opin ion by Horton, C. "J. M. R. Drawford vs. the board of countv commissioners of Elk county ct ul; error from Elk countyr-Tffirmc-d; opinion by Hor ton, C. J. r Kiriball Dowy.sfignee, etc., -s. William Julien et al: error froin Johnson county; reversed; opinion by Horton, C. J. 3Isry W. Baughmrn vs. P. C. Baughman et al; error fromAVilson county; reversed; opinion by Horton, C. J. William Elwood et al vs. Orlow Walcott; error from Reno county; affirmed; opinion by Horton, C. J. "L. R. Troy vs. commissioners of Doniphan county ct al; error from Doniphan county; affirmed; opinion by Horton, C. J. Charles Hern et al vs. Newton City Bank; iT'nr from Harvey county; reversed; opin ion by Horton, C.J. A. G. Ritter vs. the Phoenix Mutual Life 1'isi.ritncv company; affirmed; error from Vl ,n .-vutvroT.ciori "ry-Yalcnline, J. H. B. Nixon " vs. School district No. 92. e. ' .. error from MePhersen county; rJiinii cm: opinion bv Valentine, J. Hester A. Wolf vs. Larkin Washer, et nl; error from Wyandotte county; reversed; opinion by Valentine, J. Win. Lcscr A Co., vs. Glazer, Straus? A Co., et al; error from "Wyandotte county; affirmed; opinion by Valentine, J. i he state ol K.an-as vs. r.mma llendnck; appeaj rom Chautauqua county; affirmed; opinion by Valentine, J. J. tr. Jit-Gannon vs. Jlenry fetraightlegc; v liiiaui r.roun et al, vs. the uaiena min ing and smelting company; error from Bour bon county; opinion by Hurd, J- John C. Douglass vs. C. D. Geiler; error from Leavenworth county; affirmed; opinion bv Hurd, J. Too Touchy. Cleveland, Ohio, Nv. 7. An Oberlin special to the leader reports that lat night after receiving the report that Blaine was VU'.,teJ', th ''ir:"c tudent and citizens built a bonfire, d'sdianred guns, fired anvils and had ajubilee winding up by serena.hng prominent prolnbitiani'l-, including the professors, with tin pans nnd other unmusical lllsiruuieuis. in imu luuuu, iut ilium i visit to the residence of the -Rev. Mr. Mills, ! a senior in tho college and ordained minister, who had been a conspicuous advocate of the cause of the prohibition party. The moment the charivari bepin in front of hi5 liom-e he ! lireil four . I .! fmm n-vnker inin Him ! cum crowd, one of which riiphtly wounded 11 student named Mitchell, tnkinj; cfl'ect in the edge of hu car and grazing the tide of his dead. Mill? wa arre-ted and put under S103 bail for trial to-morrow. The fcelinir npiimt him h reported trons;. Fnlled to Agree ti. ,.;.;..;, I UK! armtralion ' CniiAro. III.. Nov. committee on the relative rales on dreed beef and live cattle to the feaboard, met to dav and failed to agree. .Judge C'ooley, ,-n behalf of the railroad, will report one rate to Commi-ianer rink, and S. Allerton ! inr, -n' , on behalf of the cattle men will report an- 1 other, deorgo 1J. bwift, on behall of the dre-sed beef men, though di-agreeing with both, mil make no report. Railroad Racket. Chic too, 111., Nov. 7. C. K. Iird. gen eral passentrer arent of th" I'altimore it Ohio railroad, telegraph to-day that b liospita), thb city. At Tenon hospital acrra would bo here Tuesday to take (uirt in the : raw. and three death, ami elwVre in the discu-.'Ion looking to"a rctowtion of sea- city far death occurred f row Wednesday lioard jiatsenger rat. The refiual of tbe ' morning ttatil noon to-dAV. Total, twenty naltimore i Ohio to consider tho Mibject- one eato nd thr death, lias been in the way of such rcsto ration for . yj, oate sdopwJ three articles of a en ieveral days. j auwiaj refr bill, providing for th elec- - f lion (X 22 sri by departmcnti and Stabbed. ; cohwiiw. and iuv-8fi by wnatc. The ltALltnoKt, Nov. 7. A vocngmao nam-: u - d .Tame. Kabenber. tabW and almost : . tt 1 i ri- trii - . .. .i . t ,nslanT "". fcniniicjiKitr,.. be bad been keep ng company with o i'aca . . ., .- -r. ,.'.. .i 'rt... ; f ire? ui eveniiiir. lie mi arrtteu iw.e - apjx-ars to be ne motive for the crime. w. drunk at the time- He Stoamboat Burned. M.nio.v. Indiana. Nov. 7l The steam-' -r -.-. rv,.mil -. hnt Anni. Fr-r l-nrrl otl,n water', etlre ' wrccWsl leanootc WBArtea a.ienime, ww '. -..--.. -.-, ..-, w -- - - , - - --' atthewlMrfthis evenin" The paingrs wtwIjmJ moot? at "Wing I'otat. Toe oT-5tr-lr as4 a. had WrJitr: and crew escaped bv jumpinc into th rker. h " -ff the fcen, but bU ,hirt and hoof . jrT's'lssZ The boat was Wue'l at t'V'OO. and with a w on the body, fbe iMte, withh.i hd ( '. Jr7. T. .-S small carw is r total loss. ' - ab5rt- M fi?ln w on ' .r,,nr. u,ri barrel. : Mom. via Galveston, Nov. 7 The - J L - "f. ? treaty for the rcdpiool paswgeof Ameri-, W 2"?? tiffin tS can a'nd Mexican troop, .owl the tacH"" 'JLlb iarv line has b,n extended to Octob M. I ' W.Mefatyj. . were s peied up. l-yjj. ' Vxm. Nor. 7. Cooler hers ciujmji a ! war. Many Amricai arc making ar- Asslsned. ! rvzemmU to Jearp tfce ety. Lon.-yiiii, Kv., Nov. 7 Hesry "Wolf, i QroiBC. Nor. 7. TV cesirsi rHr i y; s u:0 corercd. bv aeW. -. - , - wholesale hiskey, jisstaed to-day. Lt- . Deny It. PitiUDciJ-jiti. Nov. 7. The oSciiU f the Pennsylvania ruXroia iwoJCr depart- men- Wv i-i . n- ,. Vxen made bv tke -.. . WUilUM . ...,. Wind Karke- A xsspoToy, Nov. i.-Tt iadicatkci for the Miswuri ralley are: Fsir nXUn slijbtly warmer tad vinabi windi. GENERAL NEWS. BROOKLYN REPUBLI CAN KILLED BY DEMOCRATS. j A Terrible Boiler Explosion in New Orleans Nine Men Killed and Six Wounded. ! The President's Proclamation Issued, Appointing November 27th for Thanksgiving. Fire in Kansas City, Failures, Foreign Flashes, and Other News. New York Notes. New York, Nov. 7. A crowd of people were cheering last night in Brooklyn for Cleveland and Hendricks. Patrick Brav. in spector of sewer--, nnd Patrick Cunningham, a car driver, cheered for Blainu and Losran They were set upon by the crowd and both stabbed. Bray s wo'unds- aro fatal. No arrests, t,. iK ',,;.-! o.. ,.;,.,;, -.. ,.,.. papers were filed in the suit of Alexander , Stewart, lunatic, by his guardian, Benjamin F. Wheeldeii, against Henry Hilton, for the sum of $20,000," which conlplainont alleges is due him as one of the heirs of A. T. fctcwart. The general passenger agents approved Yice-Cliainmin Patterson's order reducing emigrant rates to the level of second-class tickets, and continued to sell over the coun ter at $12 to Chicago to-lay and at $0 iu brokers' offices. ThankSRlvIng Proclamation. Washington, Nov. 7. -The President has issued the following proclamation: The season is nigh when it is the yearly want of tins people to observe a day appointed for the purpose by the president as an especial occasion for thanksgiving unto God. Now, therefore, in recognition of this hallowed custom, I, Chester A. Arthur, president of the United States, do hereby designate as i suc'' day of general thanksgiving, Thursday, ', l"e -itnuay 01 this present November, and I do recommend that throughout the land I people ceasing from their accustomed occu 1 nations do then keep holiday at their soveral homes and their several places of worship, and with heart and voice say reverent ac knowledgment to the giyer of all good for the countless blessings, wherowith lie has visited this nation. Terrible Explosion. New Ohleans, Nov. 7. The boiler ex plosion at Meads' sugar house was more ter rible than at first reported. The killed are Ed Eden, engineer, W. Booker, John Jonas, Henry Nash, Joseph Richard', Paul Rich ards, "James Beese, William AVilson, Henry Macelin, colored. Tho last two are boys, aged twelve and thirteen years. 1'he wounded aro Augusta Kantz, Oscar Rantz, E. Rantz, John Fricke, dangerously scalded. John Delond, John JIcGuire, slightly. The boiler was bought second-hand twenty years ago, and had no water in at tho time, and cold water being put in it exploded, flying through tho roof of the sugar house, a" dis tance of 250 yards into the" canal. The en gineer was thrown 200 yards, landing on a wood pile ten feet high. He was tfv- only one killed instantly; the others livedleveral hour-. Railroad Racket. Rociiestek, N. Y., Nov. 7. Two West Shore passenger trains collided this forenoon on the ButlUlo, New York fc Philadelphia road on which the West Shore trains enter the city. Conductor Lcarey and Brakcman Hollingshcd were badly bruised. Both en gineers and firemen jumped into ths, Gen essee river and saved their live.'. Mrs. Mo Intvre, of bcottsulle, had five ribs broken, and her back sprained. Both locomotives and two cars were badly wrecked. The ac cident was caused by one train running ahead of time. New Yokit, Nov. 7. Kiernan's news agency states that the New York Ceneral railroad has just reduced the rates to Chi cago to $11. This gives tho West Shore a diticrential rate of 'SUA). The West Shore tickets sell at $9.50, and broker predict a greater reduction. BrlclRO Bnrninj?. CoLVMJirs, O., Nov. 7. President Greene, of the Columbus, Hocking Valley & Toledo railroad, has requested (Joy. Iloadley to order out the militia on account of the burning of bridges in Hocking county. Sheriff 3lc Carty, of Hocking county, to-day telegraphed the governor to onb r out the troops. He says Murray City was attacked last night by 300 or 400" miners who used tins filled with giant powder, with fu-es attached, and some dvnnmite. The !hcrit! says he could manage Ilocking countv if IVrryand Athens coun ties were looked after. So trouble has been reported to-day. Gov. Hoadleyis in Cincin nati and the call has tint been answered. Forelcn Notes. ImSIiOS, Nov. 7. The Highland reform association has telegraphed to the exasperate Crofter, at I'le of the Skys, not to resist tho police, but to protest against their action by n petition to parliament. Maiip.H), Nov. 7. Heavy rains continue in the eastern provinces. Many of th" towns and villages of Aliceante," Almiria, iiu alencia are sutlenng lrom the tloodg. , , , , . . , Nniehavc been destroyed and manv per- . ....... ,. .. ..1 .. . .., iii... son- rendered IJUMtl ItSS. WltRl U1EI1V3, prevails. London, Nov. 7. Durinj: October the Uritish imports decreased, ncornparel with October ol hlt vcur. .-1.737.000. The -t- port decreased, as compared with October -' DeTemtJar of hist year, 7-'0,000. j iryj m-,''.1 UfENO- Atre." (via Galveston), Nov, V .uppojed , of cholera cmned much . alarm. The -.'.tamer nrus-'U and another Italian fteamer are detained at Montvido. Paei-. Xor. 7. Itr-tKirU of the re-appear- . nce of cholera have a dpre-incellcct upon , ... , :.. '.i. ' country. The preset of police at to-day " sitting of the beinc council expressed the nnttihin that cholera would atrain snoedilv ' disappir,fi only iolate-lcafc are reported. lIport. of cholera from midnight Thursday to t o'clock thM evening ihow twenty-seven case and even deatht. including er.o death in the inburb of T'.mlon, thrt-e at Nantes and one at Oram. 1'ari-1, Nor. S. During the twentv-four , hour ending at I o'clock this evening," then were four death of cholera at Stantom? yirm of "rvtw e-fthe latter I fiid at nine year iiwKad of hfe. Prrteoder to tb ttmm w.- rtwlarefl utKtligible t the n- a. CossTxN-riN-orLR. Nov. . Ioncwr Auna, Armeoion patriarch, who hm Ln ill forevera) laoaw, dkd to-day. Care IlREcm. 1'rino: Edward UUnd, Nov. 7. The body of Cant. Onmtw, of the ne3 to DC ine ctwk. joiwijicii.i,uw ..... t r xr r , Uoetaded by recetrt oew ttomu al tr-un tee bi nwowc. Ibviv. Nov. 7 Ia U ooaiaa to- ', zrigfct tbr fmette; bSJ wm rod the teood tieieravtf 72 to 282. TWr ManeeBat of the Jxto3 f Go. Oerckad to U Brncy f LnsW Otitis, it Bfratr fivoraWr wektjnv-1 b. ... g. . Ci,i-ir-. suio jo e. . &iosuw). K-, Nov. 'iJ"? Hred twecy aula i fcwV Oi -we a ;im escatrr, caa .o .tat csy ca a rfts. btann. Forlc of two otter JkmJm, iup- nb..i., m si.a tvii lrom tbte wet la night. Going to the Na- j tional hotel he was shown to a room. This ' morning he wa found laying on the bed dead, a pistol in bis hand "and with a shot through his brain. The coroner's jury found . a note on his person directing tliat bu body be sent to Illinois, and S40 in money to his. family. lib wife has been sent for when further investigation will be made. Fire Record. Stracc.e, N. Y. Nov. 7. The wholesale clothing house of Theodore, Dessel & Cc was destroyed bv fire this morning, causing a loss of S'7o,00u; insured. One ""thousand workmen are out of employment. Sr. Loci. Mo.. Nov. 7. A stecial to the ! Post Dispatch from St. Joseph, savs the town Wl iXUUl, 1UU, IS Ull UtV 3J1U W 1,1 lUililUIJ be almost entirelr consumed. Creston and St. Joseph have been telegraphed to for as sistance. The Creston fire department reached here and if now at work. Fira in cendiary. if Ar.QrrrrK, .Mich., Nov. 7. Hart Bros., dealers in general merchandise, burned at Republic this morning. Loss, $00,000; in surance, $45,000. Recovered. Reading. Pa., Nov. 7. Up to noon to day the bodies of three of the seven men who were buried under the rums of the dis mantled stack at the Robinsonia furnace, wcro recovered. They were burned beyond recognition. Four other bodies are buried beneath several hundred tons of debris. The force of the dynamite at Stouchsburg was felt within a iidius of thirty miles. Failures. New York, Nov. 7- Failures throughout tho country for the'seven days ending to-dav number in'thc United Statc"lS3, Canada, 2; total, 200; a marked decrease over last week, when the total was 207, and tho previous week 258. The decrva-e arises in New Eng land, and the middle states and Neiv York city. Single Scull Race. PlTTfUURO, Nov. 7. Tho single scull race at McKeesport, Pennsylvania, to-morrow f ternoon, between Peter H. Conley, of Bos ton, and John Teemer for $500 a'side, Con ley to have ten seconds start, b attracting considerable interest. Both men aro in excellent condition and a stubbornly con tested race is anticipated. Failed. Cincinnati, O., Nov.7. Gottlcib Straws & Co , dealers in hats and caps, assigned to Henry Lauer. Assets estimated at $00,000; liabilities $100,000. Burnt In Effigy. Ckdak RAriD.s la., Nov.7. St. John was hurncn in effigy iu front of the Republican ollice this evening, in the presence of 5,000 people, and then dragged him burning through the streets. FINANCE ANU COMMERCE. WICHITA mTiLKETS. Live Stock. Shipping t-rs iff .Via I 50 ISutrlierj' ftrm 3 UXiS 50 Fat cows aij.l hirr :t Hiffi at Fat shipping hor, best 3 ftvil -il MoeV ami frnllnR hopj 4 u4 75 Shrep. .. - .VK.t MARKETS JjTtHLEGUAPII. New York Money Market. New Vouk. N"oeinber7, InJI. 5ION-CT TCasv at llfj r cent., closlnir t 1'kixe M-Crcastilk P-irEi: A-jJO V cent. SikkusO KiciiAsiiK Pall atl.w); ilrmanil I.M (JovitN.iK.-r Uomds Strung, ami lu good de mand V. S. 3-pcr-cenU 10ii.' u. s. is'-jT-ceiit us;; 'J. S. 1-pcr-cenU -. ii State Secuki TiE-s Quiet. Uailwat Securities Firm. Missouri I'acldcB'e bomU 1US Hannibal .t St Joseph bond I OS CentrU'aclllci.tucE..... if Chicago A Alton j;, Chlcaco, Hurlington X Qulncy., II" Demer A llio Or.im.e Hannibal A St. .luiM-ph Seji IlMiiilbiil ASt Jieieph pnferre.1 (asked). t, N-), Missouri I'aclflc !i Northern l'ucil-C 1'U Northwestern W-V New York Central r5,' lloek Island- ,. Ill Union I'aclile ; vyatiash .. 4Jf Western Union 1'J Kanmat City Grain and Produce. Iur.i Cur, November 7, InI. Tlit Vailtj t, ili cat (jr ri-I"irts Flocii Halt und weak sle one ear of family, SI 5i Wheat Iti-celpti, 11,610 bushels; shipment!, 23,'JitU bushels; in store, 75,l!" bunbrls; mark et about steady; cnnh hiKht-r; .January and May lowtr; No '.' red canb. i,V,M.it; No 5. SI, bid, SiV RnVed; DiTntnher. ."i2' bid, 53', ankedi lanuary, .v. May. ftl; No :t raih, I; bid, 4.1 Raked; May, '.I bid. 3S,, asked t No I, .V. Yi.iV rejected, :., bid; No 'ixoft. yjbid, m;. C010 IteceipU, 10 Ku bosheld; ihipuientt, 0,-1". tiufliiln: In Bturr, OI..-41) baahrta; market a ehadc steadier, eaeii higher. May lower; No. i mixed cash. SiuO.,; November, ilrnt hair, 'Si', bid,.1'J anked; .oenibT, W, )ear, i hid, fflj; a'.ked; .lanuary. -' bid. Wi anked; May, K; white mixed, 34; high mixed, 31 1 rejerted, Oaih Cash, VI bid; rejected ,11 bid, 37 aked. Kama City Live Stock. KN-- City. NotemberT, 1"AI. The .irr-.SWfl Intxtalor report: Cattle Kecelpu. 6,i7 market tady for jcr ranee exporter", M nt; 33; (rood to choice i-hlpp't.?, ." i.iftt- 'Ji; common to medi um. S.Ui$5 Itl; feedeic, W 'fiQU.Mi cw, 4 .Ui&3.3't cran Texas teer,3 suflA't't Col ors So hairbreed ateen. 3.-ui4 23. Hoo llccelptn, 4.W;-.; market weak and lie lower; InU lveraRln2 rT7 to J" pound oold at il -5l -,'); bulk, l I'JkiI f hHEir Receipts, 1.315; steady for good na tive mutton at it Kkji3 w St. Il-oul Grain and Produce, St. Ion, NoTember T 1844. Flocs Market dull and unchanged. yitEAT Market lower and fall; tradlcjt No. Sred; iS.'tt-.iScaah; JSJiT'; November; ,.S'4 7'.',7 year; 7,seo;i janu May; rloMcx at Inalde pric-. Coax Market falrlr actus and lower; 376 '&'?; m ' YaVrr"! - lowett quotation Oat Market dull; -XK'i cah: V,U Notem ber and jeir. iliuatirT!- Floor, ,uobarrita s wheat, SA.ttn IuuIkIii mm. f..ja bmbcli: oat. I"."; ;!; " '" !. Url.r. l-.w smrxiTrionr. I. on barrel.; h.at. i m r.i K..h.i. . -rr 1; i,u kcih.li : oau. .!.!' bohel; rye. I ; barley, t.V 1 j St. Lout Live Stock. ! St. Loci. 'oembr ". lo"l. ' Cat7Li Itetelpt. i ihlprneot. vi warre oclr boteher tradej kox1 hiipln tU-.trt wonltl i otll readily If her. ?xl to choice Texa. M,ri , t4 wt romrooa to fair, M iMZ.vi. Siirar IJXrelpU, l'; ffclpronU. ': rerj crcj onlj local tr5e at j.rrTl.e prttea. , Arraasoo okd. Wheat dsll, -weak ar.d loiter i T Ti'. JaaaarT Corn firm; . 'aTtnWr; jean Sty, I Jaoaary; 7i', May j Oat enter anil alow; 2 May Chlcafo Grain aad Priiace. CniCAi.0, Sotember 7, ISM. rioct Market eatltr kat not lower. Wrm-JJtrket fair lemjj.l bat loweri for" . efnalrlcej asfamraMe. reeu umalltr. aail J blorieoU umalleT; pnel eujf, fell '.e. d Suctnated, clotioz 'c fcK yeterlayi oei3 bcr. :i4;',; December. :i..tlS ; faaary. TS'iiiT.. tiitBri; o i ?, Tstji So i,Ut; So I red. 's,X Coe Oj-es-d fair dmaod. weak aod lwer, : elo4sC 1iike lower; tah. !ill - . tilnt at i W.'.S Sottisrtm. 4!s4lH.eilrtI'.: yerK'i i3. eiovlar 3-": Jar.oary. 7.iit-fc. ow . say. 3r,m. .? ea! SIS' Iefenterr. S titMuf at ' fcat. 5- : oaU.lf.'i" 0 bibel, j rye, Z,." blil : laSey, 9IX Jrcibel Swrauiv-nir. ii.w fcarreJaj wkeat, .t tmtl . em. Un,w tr!U-, mU, 10.OW tBt5v rye- IM WtuAeiai barley. 1..096 traafcejj rrtaK'0J wjaaa TTet Sna asid rw tk?,ebJtr. Cora ?; Ieialer aal X7 fell se OaU t-3y; XvttBVs rw St Cbscafs t-irt Sl. If-; TXrtff.t, ' Vi ttvvnM. J-Wj Mirtrt actit a6dJ-j: bJfeT; craft. t.wUc , Sei s ytr.Utrmi mxi tuyyift, ,-- tkt -5fe t e aid jtrwtra J -IW i taarkft ai aa5 'Vk kliTi err f -am e?rn iiwsru,? Xl ! ' iin lUnutf. 'tUr la: rutsn to st&X3i. Robison Bros. 21 Main Street. E UP! We open this day all our stock of 1 UNDERWEAR AND KNIT GOODS at astonishing LOW PRICKS. WAKE UP! WAKE UP! $10,000 Worth of GENTS' FURNISHING. If it is not known, we intend openod tho above amount and Como and see our men's shirt That is ONLY 20c EACH. The samo is sold 45C Come and see the difference. 19C 8old in this city CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAK8. CLOAKS CLOAK8. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. "wa.:ec:e ttzpi $25, In this SLAUGHTER Will Be AU the Go. We have iVIORE AND BETTER Cloakn than Entire 'iDkft;W() jj m11 yoQ Sf y(ju want don t. Come ana eee. YOU CAN NAME YOUR OWN PRICE Remember WE ARE HEADQUARTERS - ON - CLOAKfl. CLOAK8. CLOAKS. CLOAKB. CLOAX. CLOAKS. CLOAKS, CLOAKS. CLOAKS. TAKE THE PUNK WALK Robison 2i Ma ik The oheapeet oaeb store in E UP! Men's, Women's aad Children's that it shall be, that we have will five you all the benefit. and drawers, a pair 40 cent. in this town for Also our all wool men's soeks, for 37 l-3o. wa:k::e! tt:f OOO stock. in stock there ia this County. them ad will not bore you If you ONE DOOR NORTH OF P.-O. Street. Ho shoddy attdfer truck. WAK Each Each Bros -s. fir I 1 mni-v"u'sBr3i!f .uvt i?ai'aial-MyiA'rts- "?:.