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LAS VEGAS, N. M., SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1884. NO. 180. VOL (Í. i j. fitzgerrell, i rriR i v k i-ir- rnráTr aocmt REAL E.SÍATE AGENT. NÜÍARY PUBLIC C (NJ X XJ Y A N J;S X, RANCH PROPERTY, Grants and Cattle tor Sale Foil BERT The Wajrom-r tao'el Bml corral, tl Altdsomeiv loMtod on tbP imMa r ml. in l r huutofUwi o ly. A iplendid twee. Men , Unit will p iy li.i'i'UoiiH 'y. Ti:E ONE-HALF interest in b loaiKMiMi i'iii ni(M!ici'i emtio ranea In Western '1 Vx - i in Ik: liiiiiiflil lit ii tinriruiu. ( lattle nun nli hi ul In v.-'Jilifatr thin property. I HAVE fr sale enc of the finest rinsing propertlci In New Mexico, of nearly ioo.ouu screi. oon Armed iimi patented grant Warrantee need titio given, within two Dvlea of line atoes whipping Verde on the A. 1.48 K. K. K. Thin property taken altogether p hoss's mor;: Bid vuni n get than any ninifntr pro ifrty in New Hex loo, n t" loeattOBi gratft) wut'T, t i intuT and shelter. Ftlls propi rly can ti' bought ni a good figure. I HAVE twelve LOO mito locations in tbe eastern portion of sun Miguel Bounty, olesr title covering permanent water that control1 n pasturage for 9,000 bead of utile. The owner la open to an arrangement to place ti i range Into partnership or a cuttle company lit ii fair price. Tbll offer if worthy Oi the attention oi easital seeking cattle and ranch Investments. I HAVE thirteen locations, situated tome titty utiles from I.hh Vegas in Ban Miguel county, good title, covering the water in r beaunfnl valley hemmed In by high "mesas" i inn make a ii intra I renoe, hh well as shelter for cattle during the winter, on the natural meadow mam hundred toni of bay can he cut. Inlets oaeof the ttnesl Isolated ranges In New Mexico, itiui will rungs from four t" live th'.u Hiitnl head of tattle, Thin property can he liou lit nt a fait price, I HAVE sáyoraltWo, tbree anil four rnom haussa aad lots with olear titles that i win sell cie np for oash or win sell on the in ttsllment plan in payments of from BIO to tfi per month This is the host and the cheapest way tn net a home ami stop throwing money away by paj Ing rents. i also hat a desirable building1 lots I will sell in the i hove in nncr Cheap. $10 TO $25 per month will pay for s handsome cottage home I have them ror .ale of two, three, lour and live rnunm each. I.ocii'.e l in III rent parts of. the city. Hy mi 1'ilnir yon can soap pa) t r a home and save rent. The runts muí nay, a Idluga ftawpillarH pet iimnth, pays f or a huno, btop throwing n .vuv inline- In rents. 1 HAVE nava lor sate on o of Xbe beal located run nen In New Mexico, with reler- i n e to Bus gramma rraaa, timber and shelter. A Rne nover-fslllng stream of pure muuutaln ia'er runs down through the ossiter of Ihe reperly íá:á..00 teres of Warranty Demi Title, ittflQQ itere . oi lea i il Intuís, all fenced w th ti "II v y vu iur past) un 1 three barbed wire. TWO hmn ranches, S,wo hoed nt cattle oountedout, toother way. h'iisch, hh 'ill , wajfons, mnwer titc cúmplete. I'M s a dlvld nd pu liir prop erty nsy tft pur ceui "" InvtfuL n ent. I HAVE bayo desirable retid enoes a d business lots thr.-tiirbi'iit the city that I wi'l well on the i ml ul linen t pluti nl from fin In tin per i ii Ii . SHND for Fitsgerreirs Guide to Mow Mex ico." Free to nil i HAVE nt all limes a large list, of houses to rent. If you desire to rent bouses nil laud see my rent list . 1? J, J nu THE LIVE r-.LAL ESTATE AGENT MRS. W. K. HOLMES, Milliner and Dress Maker, South Side Plaza, 1 as Vegas, New Mexico The latest nyhH o nslm tly illsplaycii. Stamping anil Embroidery to Ordor. Mew roods received by expresa dsllj from Ni w Vori and l'. atoe l.raiisns .i n in in Kinds si KsebreMsrt, : .nop en in fiiik. Velvets, Brocades ami Plain Novell lei in Woo on (."H'Ih kepi mi ban .from which ladios mmu orScr goods f itnn i-li i ii h ii- i - with, nil eM iii L'liiugc. E. E. BURLING AME, ASSAY OFFICE an n Chomica! Labratory. ratabllahsd in KM, Bainptes by mail ,.r oxoroM win reBslve pntlopl and i ure, nl all nl kin (',1.1 niel silver bu'llon ri-fl L meftwl utul , -i iyi il, "r (.iircini eil Address, 446 Lawrnece SI. DENVER. - - COLORADO. HENRY STSSART, South Pacific Street OppTmlb Mi'j e r r i icdiuan Hiiih.' warehein-e JLacb Vofam. SiT. TVX. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS Importers nl I nllinrnlii wines. Angelica and French Claret. Samples of Wines Free IN Al 11 It A I khM. Appi-s, i;,,p, , Plains, H aotjea, free Hbjb gad I n Sluery llnlter Gun and Locksmith Shop (next door.) Aims mm J Ammunition. I'rrni Ii ami Am, rl. Mil I .i,.. .. un I ill-. CHARLES MELENDY, -MAM KAvil KKIl of- Matees, Bed Springs. W in hniis ciirtHinii, iii Hud fit eat petit in any part ul Ho i ii) FURNITURE REPAIRED, !C. KTC. DOUGLAS AVENUE il nr of Hi'venlh t,l A8VBUA-. - NKW MKVKo FÍTZGERR FINISHED AT LAST. omith'Uoii of Uie Washington v v 1 ''II II lilt If! I SSI J I Interesting Account of I lie Fin ish inn Ceremonies A rVRole Bundle of Reftdnbie Washington items. lltininii Monster Kills Mol her for $125. His rinceessfnl Train Robbery Near Little Hock, Ark. Some Important Foreign News, Mostly Political. Murders, Killings, Accidents, Fires, Failures and Fun. WASHINGTON ITEMS. MI CH ADO ABOl'T NOTHING. Washington. Dec. 6. The engrossed Copy of tne legu.ttr naval appropriation bill of last session, together with ac companying papers which embody the senate amendments to iho house, have been mislaid, nnd search for three days lues not serve to find any trace of them. They were in tho hands of tuu conferees When last heard from at the end of the session. These papers are desired now by the senate committee on appropria tions as a basis for the proposed action in fl aming a substitute for the bill pass ed by the house the early part of this week providing a lump sum for the support of t tic navy during the last six months tor the present fiscal year. A printed copy of tho lost papers is ob ininable, and a resolution may be pass oil to consider it as the official copy if tho engrossed papers cannot be found. COMPLETED at LAST. The long expected completion of the Washington monument obelisk was ac complished this evening by setting in pisco the marble cap stone and its py ramid apex of aluminum. The cere mouie.i were few and simple. An elab orate celebration of the event is being reserved for Washington's birthday, Shortly after 2 o'clock Col. Thomas L. Casey, governing engineer in charge, and his assistant. Ciptain Davis, United States army, and Uernard li. Green, civil engineer, togethor with Master Meebn'n Melauililin and sov eral win ktun slanging on tu u.,wv platform built around the mar ble roof near the summit, nrocootied to set the cap stone, (!00 pounds) which was suspended from a frame of heavy joist suppor'ed by a platform aud towering forty feet above them. As soon as the cap stone was set the American ilagwas uufuried over the head aud a salute of twenty one guns was Bred by the battery in thu white house lot far below. The sound of cheers also came up faintly from the crowd of spectators gathered around "in base of the monument, while the number of invited guests on the plat lonninthe interioro! the monument spontaneously struck up the "Star Spangled Bauuer" and other patriotic snugs. A stead? down pmirof rain had given place, a little previonus, t a brisk gale of wind, at this eleyatiou blowing about fif.y-live miles an hour atul very few of ihe invited guests cared M avail themselves nt the privilege ol climbing a nearly perpendli ular lndd or from the fioo loot plattorm to the dizzy beighl of 539 fee , from which three or tour lovrnallBlB and litli a dozen other adventurers uMined to witness the sit ting of the cap stupe and subsequently ascended t-i the nlnaOtc. Meanwhile the Washington MunMosent society, representad by )r .Jas. N. I'oner, Hon. Horatio N. King. (en. Win McKes Dunn, lion. Daniel H. Clark, ard T. L. Harv y, seoretarjr, held a iseetiugon the elevated plstforn, and when the arli.leiy flrlntf nnuotiiicsd the selling of the cap (tOnS). adopted a MM olutlon offered by den. Dunn, cougrnU Dieting tue Ann ricaii peop B oil the eompleliou oi Ibis enduring uuiuiiment oi the uaii ui's Qralitude to the father of Ins country. Among those present today at the nt mpletion of the structure was one of the master meohaBios who laid the cor ner stone of this monument more than thirty-six years ago, and also a watch in n ii of the won Minen t who had been contindoiiBly omptoyed in that capacity during neat ly the whole period. The Bag over the monument floatsd today from a Il.ig-slstt', the top of which ir i Xactly 000 feel from the ground, thus displaying the Anseiioan colorj at, tbe greatest height of construction ever yet known in ihe world. I he uioiiuaseul iiseii, with its height of 550 feet is far over the tops of eyery other structure of liuiiian hands lie aluminum apex of the monument is engraved with an inscription as follows, on one face: "Chief engi Beer and architect, Thus. Lincoln Casey, colonel of the corps of engineers A dttants, (Je W. Davis, Fourteenih United Stntes iafantry; Kernard R, UreelVj cimI engineer; Master Mechanic P. P, McLaughlin," On another, "Cor iter stone luid on the bed of the founda non July 4,1MB Pint stone at u height nl IBB feet, laid August T, 1880-Cap stone set December , 1884." On tho third, "Joint BOWBnUas at the setting of i he cap BtoM, Chewier A. Arthur, w. W. Corcoran, Chairman W. B liell. Kdwm Clark, John Newton. Act of Angus: , 1870." And on the fourth faco 'he words. ' I.sus Dsn. THE srKIMOKK SI'H-l'ilMMITTEE It is understood that the sub QOSBBBJt Ico of the Springer committee on expen ditnrtfl in the department of justice to investigate the charges ngiiitixt United Slates Marshal I, Wright, by Represen tative to let', cousiMing ol Springer, I'll itoitt, Van AUtiue. New York, and Stewart, Vermont, will prooaol; start lOC Cincinna'i I'liursday night. WANTS A JCDOI Nllll' The St . i sas; 1 ho visit W Uovornor Crittenden of Missouri to Washington a few dhvs ago, and his statement that he intended to gn to New York, wore taken lo menu that he desired a cabinet position under the new administration. The Governor told his friends here what he wanted. United Slates Distiict Judge Krekel, Of the western district of Missouri, will soon be seventy years of age, and Woveruor Crittenden w ants to succeed him on the bench in case he retires. OflEAP TKLEQBAFHY, Representative Morry has informed the house committee on postoftice and post-roads that lis has received infor niation from tho senate which pleads him to belieyo that if tho house passes a bill to secure a Cheaper telegraphic correspondence, t he senate will accept It as B substituto tor the postal lull now pending before it. EDUCATIONAL BILL, The house committee on education has instructed Representan ve Willis lo call ii)) his educational bill as soon as possible aud move to substitute for it the Blair bill, which passed the senate aud is now on the speaker's table. THE H YDHOGRA fHIC OFFICE has prepared for exhibition at the New Orleans exposition a chart of the Arctic ngions from Baffin bav to Lincoln sea, showing the most recent discoveries, iucludinalthoso of the Polaris expedi tion, Narria expedition anil the Lady Franklin Bav expedition under Lieut. Gre6ly. internal revenue receipts. The collections of internal revenue for the iirst four months ot the tiscal yeiir ending June 30, 1885, were $38,U75, 76, same period previous fiscal year, f4, !)J'J,470; decrease $2,(523, 794. There, was au increase of $390,373 in collec tions from fermented liquors, and a de crease of $2.581,859 on spirits, $374,912 on tobacco, and $157,3 on miscellane ous items. The aggregate receipts for October last were $1.590,675 less than same month last year. ATTORNEY GENERAL BUEWSTER rendered an opinion sustaining the posi tion taken by Acting Secretary of the Treasury Coon last summer, that it was illegal to approve plans for public build i. e.s where the expenditure was greater than Iho limit hxod by congress was clearly contemplated, which would be necessary to complete the building. l h e decision applies to the proposed pubiic buildings at Minneapolis. Leav enworth and Dodge City. s ISSI m - Another Train Robbery. Little Rock, Dec. 6. At 10:80 tos night the passenger train on the Little Rock, Mississippi & Texas railroad, coming this way, when three miles be low Little Rock was stopped by live masked robbers, who switched' the train and took complete possession and went through all the passengers. Conductor Rice and KxpressMessenger tioneycutt moa m the haagago car when the rob bers opened lire, us tuey went toward the engine, and both men were covered by revolvers. About seventv-tiye peo ple were in the curs and great excite ment followed. All were ordered to hold up their hanls and the robbers then went to work They broke open Ihe express safe and. according to re ports, gdt $2.0(M), besides they obtained from the passengers in watches, jewelry aud money $4,000 more. No indigni ties were offered to the passengers and when thiongh the robbers disappeared, after enforcing a promise from the pas sengers not to leave the train for ten minutes. A strong posse, beaded by detectives, has gone in pursuit. The train arrived at Little Rock at 11:80 p. m. More Wages Itcdiictiou. Wheklino, Deo. 6 Notices were posted today in the live flint-glass manufactories at Bellaire te the effeot that after December 12th, all work of pressors and finishers would be paid for by the piece and at Pittsburg rates. '1 his amoiiuls to n reduction of from 25 to 75 cents per louo pieces of ware, it is this or cIosh down A meeting ef the district union bmm kers, representing fx "iones ol eastern Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky, was held here this evening, and it was resolved to resist Iho proposed radon liou of Melinite, Martin's Kerry and Bridgeport. Assurances were received from unions in ail parts of he country thai assistance would be offered men in remaining nut ugnitis' reductions, No strike or lockout is expected in this city as factor i MS hero refuse to go into the movement for redaction. Terr i fio Wind Storm. Philadelphia, Pb., Dec. c. -a heavy wind storm passud over tho enl iro west ern part of the state, ami although it lasted but live minutes great damago was done to property in this city, Wires, swinging signs, chimneys, etc., etc., Buffered severely. One sign four feet wide and covering lbs entire top of a business house on Seventh avenue was carried away, falling on a woman named l'l iir and her two children. The boy was instantly killed anil the othei a girl Berk) only, but it is thought not fatally, injured. There weru ru mors of aecidonts in other parts of the city nnd Allegheny hut nothing has been received. Al Creonsbiirg, West More land county, tiu roof of Ihe court house was carried oil' but no one was in jured. MotheiBf order! n g MoBSter. Hamilton, Ohio, Dec. 6 George Snider, a farmer aged forty living near Darrtown fifteen miles away, was put in Jflll here after midnight, charged with the murder of his mother, who has o. en missing from her home In this city for the past tour week- Mrs. Snider had a inortgHgo on her ami's tarm, and went four weeks ago to collect ihe inttr est. He paid her 6, Rhj smry is that lie started with her next day lothe railroad station, when two robbers de manded her money and upon ber refu snl killed her, and made him promise, under penalty of death, to say nothing about it. Ho says tbey burnt her. I he body was disinterred and totiiid in night clothos. Tho suppositien is that lie killed her in his own house. Had to Pay, New Yoke, Dec. 6. Tho elevated railway today complied with the orders of the court of a few days ago, and paid into the city treasury $1,285.58 in lull amount of taxes declared due. Tlie World's Fair. New Orleans. Dee. 6 The building committee of the World's exposition mude an inspection of the grounds, buildings and machinery today with a view to deciding it there was any rea son for delay in the opening. Tho com mittee decided that, there was no reason for delayiBg the opening and that prep arations sin 'urtber advanced than ever knnisji) before in the history of large exhibition-'. The demand for space is unprecedented. The Kelt Telephone. Boston, Dec. 0 The directors of Ihe America! boll telephone company have voted a petition to the legislature for nuthorityto increase their capital from ten to twftnty million dollars. Street gossip has it that In Uieeyent ot author ity beiug granted, new stock will be is sued at the rate of one million per an num at par and the company expects to have wires between Boston and New York opened to loase in July, 1885. Ketlehing Out Ilapidly. Galveston, Doc. 6. The Baltimore & Ohio telegraph company's lino was completed today to the suburbs of Dal ias nnd onnection between Sherman and Tnxajkana will be made as soon as tho coroniny completes negotiations for right ot way through the streets of Dallas. iA junction will be made with the wires of the Gulf of California and Santa Fo system, thus reaching Hous ton and Galveston. A Prominent Man Gone. New Orleans. Dec. 6. Col. Walter M. Smailwood, secretary and superin tendent of the produce exchange, commercial editor of the Picayune and a member of the board of health sun sanitary association, died this after noon, aged 59. He was a colonel of the federal army during the war and after wards appointed postmaster at New Orleans by President Johnson. A New Industry. San FRANCISCO, Dec. 6. A state ment is published this morning that, the London' telegraph company has purch ased a large tract of railroad land in ihe Mojaye desert for the purpose of raising the Yucca plant which grows thereon for the manufacture of paper. The. plant will be ground to a pulp ata point on the Colorado river, shipped by rail to New Orleans and thence by rail to Liverpool. Vlapleson in Trouble New York, Deo. 6 Ida Rticette, a member of Mapleson's opera troupe, brought suit against him and obtained attachment to tlie amount of $1.000, cue for salary. Today argument was heard in the supreme court in the case of the Bank of the Metropolis against Maple son for $1,500, which the bank claims Mapleson won't pay. - Koiwrrnmy OpeMMl. New York. Dec. 6. A branch of tho New York free circulating library, erected and supplied with 10.000 vol umes, both English and German, by Hon. Oswald Ottendorfer, editor of the Staats Zeitung, In honor nl bis deceased wife, was formally oponed at 135 Mary land avenue today. The Hells New York. Dec. 0 Henry Irving o'osed his second engagement in New York by a presentation of the same play in which he made his first appear mee before an American audience. "The Bells." He was called before the curtain and expressed in a few words, his acknowledgment of the kindness shown him. A Determined Suicide. New York, Deo. 6. John Parent, a native of Virginia, aged 84, commit ted suicide in his room at West Thirty Second street tonight. At Orst he took a dose of oxalic acid, then hacked his head several times with an axe, and h nally shot a bullet into his brain. Pur eht became crazed with jr-alousy- Charitubie Cowboys. i'oi.t muí s. Ohio, Dec. 0. A Nelson tllllO special Mys I Relief tor destitute miners is coming from quarters wholly nnlooked for. ihe cowboys nl Texas send one h nod red nnd liftv dollars to the central relief committee. A I'lotcst from Calilbrnia. San Fuancisou, Dec. 6. Ihe board of stute viuiiculiiire adopted a teselii i ion n q ues; mu; the California señalera aid representative! to oppose thi exe cution of Km Mexican reciprocal treaty. Very Sensible. TOCONTO, Dec. 0 The tariff com mission ot the Ontario manufacturers' association strongly denounce eonvict labor. kokkITiTnkws. NO OCCASION KOIt ALARM London, Dec 0 The limes sayt,: The prospect that America will put a stop to the coinage of silver by repeal ing tbe Bland bill has unsettled businoss in India and caused the Calcutta ex change to decline to olio shilling G) pence. ROYAL ASSENT OIVEN. London, Deo. 0. in the house ef com mom today the speaker announced that royal assent had been given to the franchise bill. MUI ISM POLITICS. London, Dec. C I he liberal asso ciation and eh doral agents continue to protest Bf Bins' a division of the bor loiigh into sections under thenewre diSlribOtiOfl bill. Managers of the Lon don association of workingmen's c:ubs prntest against sectional representation. They say it will destroy the caucus er ganizatinti and split the popular vote. Mr. Chamberlain advises the liberals of Glasgow to make the municipal con testl political and so prepare the way for parliamentary contest. es conservative papers are devoting much attention to the revolt agaias. the Parnallltes. and calculate they will he ab eto ratera eighty Bvb men ioihe house as soan as the redistribution bill goes into effect, I he United lie and declare the redistri butKMI hill will proline the most change in the British constitution that has ever been proposed to parliament, and says it will lead loa final triumph of the I Nationalist's cause. UENTS AND LEASES. The committee of commons, which' hasohargeot the bill for the relietof( Irish laborers advise granting laboiers f chsap lenses in perpetuity at rents to be sett ed by land commissioners. The committee is also in favor of lixing Iho law. . A WARNINU. London. Dec. 6 French ministers at Vienna Rome and Constantinople send warnings to t he home government that the contemplated increase of duty on grain and flour will expose France to reprisals in other countries. The Huu garian government requested the for eign depart tnent at Vienna to reinons straft) with H rauco and threaten the im position of new duties on French pro ducts. Civili, the Italian reformist, writes to Paris newspapers that in case France levies increased duties on for eign products foreign markets will be closed against her. A KINU BLOWN LP. London, Dec. 6. Adyices from the west coast, of Africa state that two Mo hammedan slave-catching tribes at tacked the king of Talaba in his capi tal. The king's household and officers weie blown up with gun powder. A DECREASE. PA Rig Doc. 6. The bankers' clear ing house returns tor November show a tiecrease of one-third, as compared with the same month in 1883. RECEIVED BT THE POPE. Rome, Dec. 0. The pope today gave private audience to the prorector ot the North American college. His Holiness spoke in affectionate terras of the work performed by the American kierarchy at the plenary council at Baltimore. Tomorrow, the 25: Ii anniversary of the found at ion of t he American collego by Puis IX, Pope Leo will receive the ai umni after mass and accord them a pri vate audience. Good Sized Fire. West Randolph, Vt., Dec. 6. A disastrous fire is raging here which originated in Lamsou's furniture house which was destroyed, together with Mrs. Chad wick' a house, Manns. Thom as & Draper and Mitchell's stores, the (kmage hotel and several dwelling houses. Unless tho flirues are checked other buildings are in danger. Later The lire is now under control : It burned the whole square from and including the Cottage hotel to Mer chants' Row. The large brick block cf Deboil & Gray was somewhat damaged. Total loss 860,000; insured. Must Take it Straight. New York, Dec. 6 - The managers of all railways leading out of the city westward today agreed to limit all re duced fare tickets to one continuous trip to destination on the tram upon whioh the journey was begun. Out of Employment. Milwaukee, Dec. 6. The Merchant mills at Bay View were shut down to night in consequence of over produc tion and want of orders. Fourteen hundred men are made idle by the siiut down. Remember well and bear in mind That Jake Block's Clothing House is Easy to find, And when once there, the Bargains rare, Will fill your bill, and money To spare Boston Clothing House, Opara House Block. BROWNE & Las Vegas, TST. M. jiii'i i"" Tft ,sNir,- Browne, Manzanares & Co. Socorro, 1ST. M. JOBBERS OF AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN RANCH SUPPLIES Outfitting Goods, Mining Implements and Materials. Flour, Grain, Feed and Hay, Blasting Powder, High Explosives, Fufe, Etc. 'I h' bcHt iniuk'l WOOL HIDES, PELTS. Will at all times' wnpott with Kastetn priflCa. DAILY BULLETIN : Received via A. T & 3 F. Railroad One Car Soap White Rus ian. Satinet, Chicago. Camina, Standard and Golden Fieece Two Carn Kansas Corn, One Car Bacon. Ramn. Breakiast. and Dry Salt. One Car New Orleans Granulated and Yellow Suar in barrel. One Car Nails Received Friday. Wh C andles tor lirlsUiuiH Tiew, U Ms, IK. 7 lis, f Mis, IL'O MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Nrw V.rk Market. New York, Dec. 6- Money I ui 3, bar silver $1 07f Stocks tinner during the past hour with gen eral advances of from J to J in prices Three's $1.(114, 4's $l.lj. C fl.'J'; C B it i. 121 é : Central Pacific. 145, I) & R G. If; Northwest. 81 j; Rock Is land. HI; St. Paul & Ohio, 2t); Union Pacific BO); Western Union, 624 Money JeiH. elosing nt and offered 1; prime paper 1 i r 0 ; sterling exchange steady, 481 i, demand 85. Chiiaia Live Stock Market CHIOAOO, Dec. 6 Catlle receipts, 4200; market steady ; natives lirm, Texaus 10 lower; exports, 60 85; good to choice, $5 60ik6: Tex- ans; 2.90(38 70; Sheep receipts. 600; market steady ; $2 mul-i 45. Kaoias I lly Lire Stork. Kansas City. Dec. 0. Live Stock Indicator cattle receipts 780, market still weak and slow, values unsettled, and supply reduced. TELEGRAMS CONDENSED. Citizens committee, Chicago, ofl'i r $5,000 reward for the perpetrators ot the election frauds, Second district. Eighteenth ward. Butterfiold & Co's. saw mill, Alpenn, Mich., burned this morniag with 275. 000 feet of lumber. Loss $35,000; partly insured. The statement telegraphed west from New rork that fictitious rates were be ing made by the South Shore dispatch over the Erie railway from here to Buf falo is denied bv tho general freight agent. Nicholas Folley and John Milsug, Pittsburg, local pugilists, indulged in a vicious prize fight near McKee's rocks last evening. Both men were badly punished and at the end of the fourth round the battle was declared a draw. New York. Dec. 6 The woman's suf frage party have sent Marquis Hallaba ry a letter ot thanks to the conservative party ef England for their friendly at titude on the uffrage question. Pretzels, Boston Bis cuits, Cocoanut Drops, Butter Wafers, Iced Hon ey bars, Graham Wafers, Soda and Oyster Crackers, Cracker Meal Fresh Ar rivals. At Belden & Wilson's. MANZANARES I IE In thr Ti-rrltnrv for- I December J.