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OIU ami drug stoic oppo-slto the depot. , .I i i i SEIT1.T t-OOTlEH. t it n. l'l'I.At:STAFV LODGE. NO. 1 1. iiieetsovery WciliuMlay ntunliiic JiuOa-, ... . . . . ,.. ...... t....il... .. ...trll..lt. illaliyluviud. leiiowH nun, iiiiiii V v"v , ' i. i, 1, I l liN. 4 H Moi.tY,beeretai y. T?LAGSTArF I.OI1UE. XU. . !'.. A. to. 1 lloMihu inciliii on .onnli M0111I1 ;r 1, . ' r " ' 1 ' lug ottry other Mom" a n' lit for tvo I, T'K. I'uijjam. Artiii-Swawtrj. rouuT col oxixo no. u. Indei'en V v ill Older Iuivkh it. hoMiro, nlar wri liitiu Mnaniv llnil Ha mtr. on the fir. jimlthtidThmtdu of taUi mown. iiih Anvnhorsnnd all ."' cr m Wl ntuiul 1 W . L an Uortrt, U. I . J W. Francis I: r T7T(JSrAFr LwlM.i". XO. 14 I. U. I. P meets fatu.ilaj e. 11.11; of wtcti ik 11 Jlasonie. Halt. All (.rood Tcuiplaru Into . Mandtiu cordially y Hknijv Asnuiwr. It 8 NOTICE VOU I'l'HLlCATION. Land OrrtcE at I'nnecorr, Aura., October 7. 18)1. f Notice la hereby kI en iliat iho fullowln named ettli rims II ltd notkoot 111 intent lot to wake Una. i o.f in sttppoii of hlncl.il.. mid lliai a.n pioot .il bo made U foiu tin) link o' lllB UlJrti U-J touti M nasitiiOf. Arl.ona. I iiay. XoveiuLey italcnitiit No. SlWtor tin- SH feii ji Twn. 13 N HBK. IInaiuctlto follow In TitutstlopMvr IiIm rominuoUK icttltlruti ut'Oii. lino rimn 111 ion m. um iit,i. ,i. ,, n liiim It. Tajior. iicinj 1. irfwkevt. Lmlwlt Vclt. Anton UI1110. nil of I lajtMaD. Ariz. ,T. C. JlAin u. Itesller. lio-.t miin, I. ....'.. .."i , 1...1 ..... v.. lp OJrict: at 1 CEsariT. Aitiz.. 1 uctou-r H, Mil. f Kotlco Is hrrouy glcnllial tlio followln itamtd tcltler Iinsnlid novice ot lil lntemlon toiuaKotinalpioof 111 hupponof Ii.h clniiu. and that u.d lijtot 1.1II I luailu lie fno tlio Uurk ot the District Court ai FlaSktuff. Ariiona. on batntuay. Xocmbo. SU lMil, vir. Anton Klein. Iionivsteao ariillcalion Xo. 4'iV, lor tlio X ) XI. ' ana K X W l. sec :u. Twi33 X, ft u U lit nunii's tlio loliowms wtweshia. to ptoro liih inntinUOUH rtmUcnco upon and euittvatton At. uiid land, tiz: Xuib.au Unit. Jnnn A Jtatklull. lliury t- l-oeKcit, Josepli tc. Lock ctt. of t'lagstnn, Arli. , ocl-Ot J. O. Mapjis. ItegUter. EAKllUtritBAi r.lKOITT. AltW.. Octotirtn.n'wir Notice H hereby Kiwi that tin Jo"oiip nained bultlt r has lllid nutwu of li.s lilleiitlou tqiuakofliinliiiw( t" iippo .' f e1"".", and that haul Snout will 00 made before the Clerk ol thO District 1 ouit at 1 lainti. At'; 7ona, on saunda. Xoveuiber is lsJl. lx. vuetH.n 1). bliipliiicl. Dcciaiaioiy Siate Vn.i t Xo. '.,J(. for the X W H stc. U. tp i ltTL'. He names tlio followlus w.iiiosm In'ntil dIu). continuous rwtidunce nMiu, nnu OTluwilloii ol. Mild mud. vl: John iiarnnjs ton. Ku 1'ounlierty. tliarto BinniB. Miitloii'r.l'.lcWi-r.alltill'laKMatf. Oct. S-iit AIISCULI-ANKOUS. I aUTHItlE SAVAOK. UNITED STATES . CoiiimUsloncrofthoDMrlctCoutlnlhe - Fourth Judicial District of iho lerntorj of Arizona. Illltilct t ourt tt)iii;ulloiiCT 111 1 ml for the County of Coconino, m a d lei; rltory. and l M. 1'eiiilon Xolnry. AduilUtd toiiiaclio. bfforotlio arloub!4rcauof ; ;j. lHiniiieiil. Ulllco two tloort 11011J1 tf the Hank Ilote . T?LAC9TArr tlOAItDOl-' TltADE MEEls V on the ufiinix of iho founh Ud11eMlay of encli month at the olllco ottV.L. .in llornKllpatrlok liuUd.niJ. j, W. I. Van lldiis. sh-c. J,LAu&lFFUIIKAitY AXD ltUADIXG lH iCoom AtiMielmlon.-lCeailtiiK room open tiiillyriointla. 111. toiu p. 111.; bunday. s o lun.iii. loiu.alelom. 10 all WMUirs. Iup" A. i'.lfiueuN. LiliiHuau. Atlantic & Pacific R, R. (W'ESTEItX DIVISION-.) TIME TABLE NUMBER 31, . KCirCT SUNDAY, Al'IUL 2G, 1801. .Tim: siiiEMi.K. EAST. STATIONS. No. 2XO. 4 t AlliiKiueriiUuai ouudxu diiilmr ' Nairno bprluH HoibiouK . IiibIow riaotau WllllHIUrt "TCMUVi JUUCfOII l'cwli yprmi . Hiiuman Tim XiflHisn Fcnner IniKund liai..e;i liantlow U 90a ,3 sou i imp tv up 11 Ui p U Jiiii -ijpBHp .llrtp ratp i .'7 11 n iLin HOu 4Ji 7iwa Utii i DIlUll-ID 111 I, M At ft u ,U n u lu u w a j via amn i iii a i ma it &p 1 in it :i ' ii 13 sip H nip ar Jlojttvo I V 4.111 ItlNNElTIONrt. Atbu.iuiu-A. T. H. V. It. It., for all .irt1 JunwiS!i-Iwtt ami Atlrona . iy for r'oit Wi ii.o and lr.Il. , 'uawaliloriiitt Souiljwii ItuilAny or LMAnTlIwSaii Diogo umi il.t.T,fe"!'"li:'" clv ?SSl" ' Northtfri. t. itliforn.a ""r'liMAN l-ALACKaLEEPINO OAIW. Noehaiuols made by Hlecplw V3. ''as" fieii,eriletiteeii &un Vrancweo and l Cliy.or'SiiuDi'tJEoanULtr.AlinoIo mid tlu- tHTlie firaml Canon tif tl Colorado, hltherlo lnacctunlo to tourwtft can fip reachei nj taking thlx line via I'eatli Spring, n(l fctaso ride from tlienco of but twenty-three tinJes. TliU Uanyoii u th Kiimdest and mol jvomlerf ill of nauiro' works. . .Stop at riaottitir nntl hunt deer, bear and -wild turkey In tho iiMgiililceut pUie fonnt of tliBSa.it'rancliK-oTiiountilliw.or vtalt ttw auitw i 1 1 i" i ' ' '" , I , Afc. W.kil. ' .l-.U, inl-l'l"'" .,,. ll .(1U1H11UV. N. M. , . . ... tf.T. ilHV, OoiieiiilAsoiit, Albuquurrjuc, t'.ft V. A, lll84i:ix. Gi.ueiaJ "atMiigor Agent, U5fiif." Albuquerque-Nil. eirjarknblo Discovorics Made bj- Colonel D. K. Allen, of Yuma. riiptluns or Visit, SJcuicctl mid Sul. iliur I'ro.u Volc.inoes lndcr tho Witters of I.nlco.liilliilu. Colonol D. K. Alien, editor of tin Vrizouu Sentinel, who 1ms for tho ias wo mouths boon pnugvi hi sui'uy ny liiiiilh gr.tiitvil to ii Now Yoil ymlif.tto in Lower California, rutiirnw ust w'etok with -his purtv,' eoiHWlni; , ji d ix icon nij!iiv in iiyir uojus, tin largest lioafljc'lny " oho "of 'ItVo Ion) burilt'ii. Ho ro' at lis u most inteiosting stoir f tho toinakublo incidents of tho trip. The party left Yuma So)tunilier U i. ul itrrivpil in tho Coeop.ih eountn mr tlays lutor. AVoik was ilium1-, .itoly onmiiiutH'i'tl ou tho survey. At ui'i'dod Indians weie dispatched t. ii ihh' i-iirapi ahead for the use of th- .mi ty. TItn FtllST CASH SIADC. Tho lirht fimip was iniulo at lake .tliijur, a lovely sheet of water lying ui the foot of Aliiint Major, and horso lnio in shape, lined with overgroens, ilitu with members of tho tinny tribe 4iid tht snrfaeo envoi oil with aipiatie binln of many varietied. Ineludeil within the survey made mo gieat sulphur and alum mines wliieh cover an nlta of iwostpiaie miles. Tlio suncy was mado iindoi xreat dillleulties, as the therniomutei langetl ven higli, and tho expense of water alone at uno time averaged ?0 M.r (lu). Indians being fin ceil to earrj i lie liquid a distance of lifteeu miles. The survey made included tho examin ation of Haulm's Colm ado from its suuri'o to its present mouth, and man) Interesting discoveries were mado in regai d to it wliieh will be given to tho public as Mion as tho necessary maps win bo prcparodi AJIOXO Tim V0UX'()KS. Iiinidcd In tho woik wasaueSaniina lion of the oleanie legion and tho ."Hounding coiintiy, all of which showed the seteiity of the recent earth qttuke tumbles in that suction. In the west group, fifteen of what were form eily the most aetito of tlio olciiiioc- aie almost entirely obliterated, tho only sign of their former location be ing laia-llke liolw, almost filled with sulphur water. The pilueipal volcano of the north group, tho (.iganla, is now very (pilot, ami in its immediate neighborhood, witli the exception of tho spasmodic hissings of tho escaping steam and occasional gaseous c.plo sion, lie)i seem to burst folth for the benelit of hyslaudeis who arc alwajs leaily and willing to stop aside proijiply at the manifest indications of Danio Nature's displeasure, all is nearly silenas the grate, The oust group of 000 volcanoes, which at times appear to bo dead and silent, suddenly, under tho wateis of Lake JiiUulii, will break out and throw up in the course of their eruptions, pebbles, fish, seaweed and sulphur. These almost daily visitations included half-hour outbursts of hof witter. To the south group have been added at least 100 grand volcanoes dining tho period uf earthquakes in July last. Tin: cinnj or all. On South Hill, where one your jgo no evidence of a oloano existed, the Chief, tho giutiiltfst of all now to bo uji ,jn"the"Siftithtril'"'e()imtfyTisiii active ojieiatjon, with aerator 100 hy '10 fej-t, and it fumes, siuokes and con tinue to threaten 'general disaster In .tho Immedlalo sitrmundinge. Fortu I uately the eruptions of volcanoes in liciwor California indicated simply an jivcrilow of hot mad and water, yet the iiullvoMiif hat legion seem to ho chary of tho vicinity. Colonel Allen found that Lake Jtil lulii, formerly consisting of a semi circular body of water live miles long bv one-half a tnile in width, now is a lake twenty-live miles long by tweh o to twouty-llve miles H'i'Ip, vith in average depth of twelve to twent) live feet. A few months ago Lake JiillultiwaSrtlinilyof salt water; now its wateis are perfectly pmo and sweet, owing to tho overflow and actioiinf the Coloi ado river. After completing the survey, andvis jjing many interesting mineral springs, thy paity hejfipi its homun-ard, journoy October 213d, Colonol 4II011 doter iniiied tos follow a now waterway ,which he had discovered, that ran parallel 11 tlio Colorado river, and (started with lis llotilla of four boats. -IX A NEW COUNTUY. Ho found the stream leading into a ountry entire!) unoNplored, lying nidwiiy between tlio Colorado rivei mil tlio mesa ditide wliieli separate Jaiter rivor, wliieli ilows into tin ialton bason, from tlio waters of New .Ivor, which Hows into tho Coloradi. icar its month. Now river, from tin noutli of Hardy's Colorado to tin oleanoes, was found to ho 0110 of tin .lost beautiful streams ou tho I'.ieilli , ope, at no point less than 123 feet ii iepth, and in its eouiso no obstriu ion to navagatioii can he found. The paity, headed by Colonel U. K. r)lleu, made tho journey from tin YwiV California country, a distanei if 110 miles, entile!) liy water, am ,ct did not dining the entire joining liter the Colorado liver until witliin fteen miles from Yuma, wheio tjie lowly discovered tvaterwa) was founi o be an inlet of tho rher. THE WOOL MAltKET. Tho sales for tlio week comprise 1, j3 1,200 lbs of domestic fleece and pub-.-ii, and oSG.OOO lbs foi eign, making tin .veek's tmns'actions foot up 2, 170,20c lbs against 2,7GG,000 lbs fur tho pu vloits week,, and 3,110,800 lbs douiestii and 202,000 lbs foreign for the corres ponding1 week Iasl ) ear. Tho total icceipts of wool at tliit port dining tho past week comprist dlOti bags and bales domestie and 1356 bales foieign, against 1:1,055 bags aim bales domestie and "Git bales foreign for tlio same time last year. Tho totai receipts sineo Jan. 1, 1891 , comprise 11)0,-105 bags and bales domestie and HG.208 bales foieign, against 142,506 bags and bales domestie and 90,71:: bales of foieign for tlio same time in 1890. Quietness still continues in the wool maikel and business the past week has been eompaiatively small. Not withstanding thh prices are being fiilU.Vfimillitatiu'd.,.-This is tliuvmalnl) to the fact that dcalcis are holding their wool Because prices are now so low that the wool cannot bo replaced for the same mono). Dealeis who are foiced to sell have to make concessions in older to do so, hut few are in such a position and the general tendency is to hold on. The movement in territory wools continues fair and the sales foot up to a eoinpai-athely good average. Prices are only fairly steady, however, and concessions can uudoubtedl) bo obtain ed on largo lots. The scouicd basis for fine and Hue medium strong warp wools holds at 58(rf.G2c, with medium at about 53(a55c. Off grades have to sell down from these figures as to quality. Theso wools are now staple in tho market, and in many instances have taken the place of lleeces to a great extent. Texas wools continues .id si lit ) sales have been made steady. Sonio fall wools tiro ollerlng, but as a rule they cost high. California wools aie selling qiiietl), and sonio fair lines are cleaning up on tho basis of foreign limitations. The situation an compaicd. with last vcar at this time is quiet for tho reason stated a week ago. Last year Is baldly a fair comparison as trade then was rather excited in anticipation of an incteased business under the new tariff Tho election at that time showed a tendenc) nioro towaids free trade and most manufacturers changed their tactics to a general curtailment from a disposition towards enlargement. The largo amount of foieign goods that were lim lied Into his country before the now tariff wont into effect has had a depressing elicit upon the market and has counterbalanced to a consider able extent tlio benefit of the higliei duty, The new law has been in force now 11 year ami ns the coining year will see tho initiket more free from tho depressing effect of those largo Impor tations, the manufacture of wollons in this country should be very materially increased from what they have boon dining Iho past) ear, Dealers contin ue to carry largo stocks and buyers as a rule are very careful about their -pur chases. Heavy lots of woves are not being taken except at prices low enough to bring them within the mar ket prieo for scoured wools. Tho po sition of tho woolen good market which is thu key to the situation is such that there Is good prospects for a stead)' fair business for'tlio balance of tho year. Midnight Train From Chicago on the Milwaukee & St. Paul Held Up. l'lio KolibciH Oct Avny Wltlt )cr One Hundred TlioiiBitnd Dollars. i Milwaukee. Nov. 12 Tho mid- light traiii from Chicago, on tho Mil waukee & St. Paul road, was robbed icar. Western Union Junction at 1 clock this morning. The robbers in 0 .apposed to have boaided tho train at hojtiiictlqn. As soon as it was well iwayMrom tho station in tho open .ifafrie, theystopped the train and broke ato the express car. It is probable hat the total amount of booty will imoiint to $100,000 and probably more. The train which was held up was the ine which generally carried all tho noney received by Milwaukee banks from tho east in tho morning. Chicago, Nov. 12. A report of the .rain robbery near Western Union junction bus been received by (Jcnerai tlanager Earllng, of the Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul railroad, which states that tho safes have been rceov jred and that the robbers did not get in booty. The report says that six uen boirded train No. 3 at Western Union Junction, G2 miles north ol Jhicagd at 11 p. m., and it is sup posed tto robbers readied tho junction via tiie'N'ortliwestern road. They held ap the t'Dgiueer and fireman, audwiieii ,ho train reached Frank illo, a Miiall station of 200 or 300 inhabitants, about ihree miles beyond the junction, tho) .aiiscd the engineer to stop it at the point of a revolt er. They then de aiandeil of the express messenger that he ojicn thiMloor of the ear, which ho refused to do. The conductor came ap by tins time and lie was taken a prisoner. The robbers thou broke in a iiindow of the car and throw in some find of an explosive which forced open die' 'door. They then went inside and covered tho express messenger with 11 ret oh er and tried to make him open the safes. This lie positively refused to do and the safes were thrown out of the car. In the meantime tlio real brakeineii understanding the situation rushed back to the junction and got Help and an engine. The engine and pose at once went to the scene and the robbers lied. Tho train went on 10 MiliMikee and the fast mail train that leaves Chicago at 3 a. 111., picked up the safes and carried them to Mil waukee. The police of Milwaukee and tho secret service of the system, to gether with tlio sheriff of Haciue count), were sent in pursuit of the robbers. Their llight was so hast) that they did not take the precautions they had evidently intended to take, so that the officials believe that they will get them before noon today. The way safe contained between $2000 and 3000 and tho way bills, hich wero taken and probably de stroyed. When tlio train arrived at Prank illc a telegram was sent to Western Union junction and a posse was scut to the scetie. A message to Milwukee at the same time was re sponded to by the chief of police who sent a posse by special train and within three hours after the robbery, skillful officers wero on the trail of the robbcis. Tho treasurer boxes wero found where they fell, unopened, though there were Indications that efforts had been made to burst the doors. The.se were placed undergtiard and sent to Milwaukee by the morning express. Milwaukee, Nov. 12. Kvpross offi cials w ill not divulge the exact amount of plunder secured by the Western Union Junction nibbors, but parties in a position to know' say it will not ex ceed 5000 and niaV fall considerable short of that still),. Tho unopened safes contained the? bulk of tho trea sure, ui NEWS NOTES OV THE WEEK. A party of about fifteen Kansas colonists arrived in Tempo last week. Henry Curtis, colored, was hanged at Portsmouth oi'tio )0th inat., for murder. A carload of honey consigned to Chicago, was shipped from Tempe Thursday morning. Houston Jfclly. colored, was hanged at Rogers. Mo, Tonn., on tho 10th inst. for the murder of Dan Carmichael last Christmas. Dr. Charles N. Palmer, tho Ray mond, Wis., physician who pleaded guilty to burglary, was sentenced to one year in the State penitential-). William Hiiisloy, a full-blooded Iowa Indian of the Blanket elan, was mar ried to Miss Nevada Johnson 11 very well known white girl of Guthrie, O. T. The Rankin Manufacturing Compa ny, a wholesale clothing house of Nash ville, Tenn., has made an assignment. Tho assets are $193,000; liabilities $133,000. Over 80 per cent of California and Oregon first mortgage bonds hat 0 al ready been extended at 5 per cent. These bonds are mainly held in Eng land and Holland. A firo at Philadelphia completely gutted the wholesale cloth and woolen goods house of Lippincott, Johnson & Co., causing a loss estimated at $200, 000; fully insured. The committee of Berlin stockhold ers appointed to visit the United States and investigate the status of certain Villard properties has made a prelimi nary report. It is favorable. At San Antonio, Tex., the Federal Grand Jury has returned four indict ments against Pi esident Conrad, Vice President Morris and thirteen other members of the Louisiana Lottery Company. They are charged with using tho mails in violation of tlio lottery law. Rood, who killed Major Farrell in Xogales over a year ago, has been con victed of the crime of manslaughter by a jury at Tucson. His ease was a pe culiar one. One grand jury refused to indict him but another one took up the case and with the result as stated above. He refused to run awa) al though there were no strings tied to him, and prcfened to staud atrial. Prospector. The oldest man on earth, Hiram Le-ter. was married at Atlanta, Ga., in the Opera House, a fee of 25 cents .icing charged to all who witnessed the ceremony. Hiram is 121 )ears old, and his bride, Mary Moseley, is 81. The old man fell in love witli the old oman, wlio was matron of the poor house, where he was sent 10 jears ago. Ho fell Into- the hands; of fakirs, lto hit upon the scheme of having them married in the Opera House, the) sharing in the profits. TEltltlTOHIAL NOTE'S. From this) date the Commercial min ing company will discontinue tho re tail branch of their business at the depot and confine transactions at that point wholly to the wholesale depart ment Prescott Courier. If Tombstone gets tho proposed rail road to Flagstaff and the 'North and South railroad makes their connection with the Sonora railroad, that camp will then bo blessed witli cheap trans portation. Deep mining there would tmdoiihcdiy follow at once, and Tomb stone would make a city. Bulletin. Col. A. O. Brodie, superintendent of the Walnut Grove Water Storage com pany, expects to put a small force of men at work soon, getting ready foi the construction of tlio new dam. He desires, it is stated that lie lias already engaged all the men that he will need at present, and that no one but him self is authorized to givo employment to any one. Journal Miuor. Judge E. W. Wells rendered a de cision a few days since in a mining suit which is of considerable importance in its results. Tho claim involved was the old Esperanza mine, which lias re cently boon re-located as the San Fran cisco. Ben Block purchased one-hall interest in the claim from one of tlio original locators, but his right to tho possession of it was contested by Guil ermo Vargas, tho owner of tho othci half. Judge Wells has very properly decided that Mr. Block was entitled to his half, and tho mine will now be worked. It is located in Castle Creek district. Journal Minor. Dr. Warnekros, it dentist of Tomb stone, In whose olllco Howard J. Her ring died last week, was arrested on the 4th inst. and charged with murder. Facts have been developed that he ad ministered an overdose of cocaine. Tlio examination to-day resulted in his being held to answer to appear before the Grand Jury without bail. Cocaine was injected into tlio gums of the de ceased, and physicians testified that no power could have saved his life. The testimony wont to show that de ceased died iu terribly agony of an hour's duration. Dr. Warnekros was taken before Probate Judge Woleott and admitted to bail in the sum of $7000. TRAGEDY NEAR II01JI100K. Engineer Clark, of tho A. & P. R. E,, Shoots and Kills Brake man Lovin. Sud Termination of 11 Hitter Vuetl by Which One Man Looses Hisl.liV- itntt Anothci-'ls Wounded. On Saturday afternoon at the A. it P, stono quarry about two miles this idq of Holbrook, Engineer Clark shot and killed Thomas Lot in, a brakemaii. The parties weie employed on the work train ahd had been having trouble for sometime past. On Saturday some, j. misunderstanding occurred in. regard sufi; to some work to lie done, and Loviu pulled 11 revolver on Clark but by standers interferrcd and prevented bloodshed. Both parties went to the caboose where Lovin attacked Claik, hitting him over the" head with iiis re volver and filing one shot. Clark was knocked insensible and Lovin thinking he had killed bis man, gave up his re volver, a Colts 15. When Clark re- covered consciousness, ho borrowed a shot gun from one of the men working in the quarry and hunted up Lot in. As soon as he saw him lie lircd-but missed ills man. Lovin started to run away when Claik again lired, the shot proving fatal, Loviu dying an hour afterwards. Clark after the killing went to Holbrook where he gave him self to the deputy sheriff. Tho deceased brakemaii leaves a wife and two childien living in San Antonio, Texas. Engineer Claik is unmarried aid has a sister and brother living in Albuquerque. Itefuscs S(l(),00(). Sax FilvxcisCO, Nov. 11. Eversiuec Senator Stanford's two year old eolt, Arion, trotted a mile in 2:10 numer ous offers of purchase ha e been made to him. One telegraphic bid was re ceived by Senator Stanford offering' $00,000 for the colt, but a reply ic turned was to the effect that $00,000 would not buy one-half of Alien. Heady for service. New Yokk, Nov. 11. The United States men of war, Atlanta, Concord and Bennington, being fitted out at the Brooklyn navy vard, will be ready to set sail for South American seas by Monday next. Tho Atlanta has been lloated out of dry dock and will take her ammunition on board tomorrow. The Bennington has her supplies on board and the Concord has finished her coaling. Washington, Nov. 14. Orders were scut from the navy department today to New York for the United Stales steamer Concord to sail at the earliest practical day for the West Indies to join the Philadelphia and the Kear- sarge. Open Hcvolt. PiEitiiE, S. D., Nov. 11. A revolt of Big Foot's baud of Indians under Red Cloud, numbering some 00 fami .ies is in open revolt against the authorities of tho agent at Cheyenne agency. The trouble is ou account of Indians selling their property and starting for Pine River agency. They were arrested and brought back. Cirnlit for Europe. Baltimore, Nov. 14. Twenty-live steamships chartered here, this week carried 2,250,000 bushels of grain to Europe, mostly corn. rliiiTolnln Weekly ol.ilu mid Cr.inpiilcil if Wit. The Toledo Weekly Blade, the most prominent Republicrn weekly- pub lished, is the ouly political weekly newspaper iu the United States that is jditod with special reference to circu lation in every part of the Union. 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