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THE SEDAlaA WEEKLY BAZOO. DECEMBER 1, 1891.
BOLLS AND BEARS. Various markets of grain and live stock. J I WCC.C, 3S.2T0 221.S-9; shipments for the week. Receipts for the corrcsixmdiU!; last year, l'.3 3; sh:pu.eau, , Packing from November I to date, . - - - - ".J UJ J va w " - - - vaior iwu - - CAio OualltV lair. .MurAci unv Kau:i CiTy. Kansas Cut, Mo., Xov. 23. Wheat as 111 lair QCffiUUU lU-uav atr w" M lV loan liic Deal prices puiu t-Biu. nOL qui us au wuj CITY TEAC1IKRS. TRANSACTIONS ON WALL STREET. ,bccn, and they arc thcreiore atsposeu io nht: 3f'W for rouph pack- buy a littlo more freely. Elevators have . . ,wa(.uw for mixcd; 3.V. 15 for loaded out 150.100 bu of wheal m the past. , 1 ea'v"' acliini; and shipping lots. Pigs. ' . two days. Receipts to-day were 101 cars. o4J;.l3,.v). cattio. receipts, 1.100; re- 1,1 1 Institute Yesterday Was 31ost Interesting One. from the Infinite. This idea was much I enlarged upon, ami using the iky, the sea ami hiwm as the vehicles oi im agination's thoughts, ho sp"ke of the apocalypse, of the clouds, the chang ing wonders and manifolil voices of rr::. T.-.r.t- hnnsents veuor- .it!" yesterday - - . o 1 I."..1.UM. 4 - , 1 "... No. 2bard whcatsold at vc; -o. o unu, mMi.ci quiet and siciuy. tiroiU1itiV at ! OCIOCK -.r v- j fifl to Tic: rclscted. ...;,.. : vwi- r.nirlal vesterd.iv. . ..' - . . i . ,iviiiii.i..u. i .-, : - - r:.ivii ivvwwm', : . . i .i ttpr iipi-mifmHi 4! to 01e; No. 2 red wheat, 5.c; 15,401, shipments yesterday, 1,0J.; market 1 Vn a rcl wheal. aJ 10 ;ic; -u. t 1 iwriv active, uuuwu... Corn was urm cany uui morium lift sea and the "Iorious casllca in The rc-rular monthly meeting of the Strain Jmt the conclusion of all was 13 . it 1 t...:t.i I .1 . 1 . . 1 t n ivaj muni-1 thnt these tnounius anu ii;eaa sunuiu l)CKiuuinu imd us to a realirf.ii.n of tlie "many Father's House," ihe st 6ales and Itecolnti of tho CUIca Louis and Kansas City Grain, Live Stock and Trotlilon DealitiS' Jtcpreseutativc Sale or Llvo Stock Wheat and Cora In Liverpool. Wall Street. Kew Yohk, Nov. 2S, 11 a. m.-The stock toarketwas extremely dull this morning, except in Chicago Gas, Thich was weak. The opening prices were nearly all hlgfcor, tho gains over last nijjht's ticures extend ing to half per cent, but no life was seen in the transactions and prices wcro held at the opening figures for the greater portion of the hour when tho weakness in Chicago Gas had the effect of forcing a few iusignificaut de clines. Tho market closed dull and lirm at insignillcant chances from first prices. Europe, tho past week, has taken a com paratively limited part In the stock market, and on tho whole sold as much as it bought. Some unfavorable comment is aroused bjr the obstinate firmness of exchange rates and the practical cessation of cold imports. The general tendency of the mar ket has been in the direc tion of improvement. It cannot be said that the bullishness is of aa ag gressive kind. In fact, tho principal ad vances that woro scored were In the stocks which had been sold heavily short by tho bears and the upward movement would therefore seem to retlect the fears of tho professionals rather than any intlux of buying by the "street" or the public. At tho samo time tho oaso of money, with a steady increase in tho investment demand for bonds, supplements the force of tho targe traflic and earning returns which tho railroads, almost without exception, are making, or of such significant occurrence . v. n AMl.Mtlnn fnffnr scvin Years' s US- pension) of a dividend on Eric preferred, J, fA,.lrt nnllpinnlinn . nCHLrS Sncouruet muun; .... ... , Tho fnl'nivinrr are closinc nrices: . wheat. 73 to 73c. . bids were withdrawn receipts were IfJ . . . rfl. a 111110 later, mu cars, un -cnangc St. I.ouM. St. Louis, Mo.. Nov. 23.-Cattle-U I..... r.vi Mfir'ri'?. straJr. I loss Ue- to-day a rulo was aaopici pruviuuiK 1 1.500. Market steady: lair 10 that all trading hereafter shall i choJCC liCaVy. t3.5..4.iO; mixed. 53.30 i be on the basis of S cents per 100 'a.o; Yorkers. St.V ?3.70. Sheep-Kc-pounds freight to tho Mississippi river, ceipts, 300; market strong Some corn sold for immediate shipment at ZS cents, bid. No. 3 SSc No. 4 steadr. Receipts later only . , .... corn soiu locaiij i at 37a Oats wcro were b cars. o. - mixed sold at SJMc; white oats, ai'i-iia Rye, He for No. o. J, .aa.c Receipts, 13 cars. Flaxseed, b2'c on the basis of pure. Dran, In less de mand, 70c in 100-lb sacks. Re ceipts. 2 cars. Hay, market strong. Re ceipts were 13 cars. Quotations are.JTim olhy, $i.50S'J per ton; fancy prairie, t.5); good to choice, $5.:Ou.t;.50; low grades Mti5. IhU Louii. Si. Lot-i?, Mo., Nov. CS. Receipts, wheat, 103,000 bu; corn, 133,000 bu; ship ments, wheat, 143,000 bu; com W.10J bu. Closing prices wcro: Wheat December, 93;s'c; May, my,c Cora cash, 42tfc; November, 40fe; January, 30c; year, 30;jc Oats May. :Hjc old. vh ..af anil Corn In Liverpool. I T trrnpftni. IV. 2S. Wheat In fair demand, prices Jd higher; No. 2 red win ter, Ss7H"- - spring, as a. r.uur n!.it-r offer moderately, prices un- nim.iitnv Fancv winter, lis 0J. Corn- Holders offer moderately, prices Jd to Jfd ' higher; spot, Gs4Jd; November. 0s 4Jd; Pecembcr. 6s 3Jd; January, as u. LI'E STOCK 5IAUKET. 37e waslA new TRANSATLANTIC LINE. few Atchison 43Vf n. B. i O 101M C. C. C. .tSt. L 70 1). L & W 137 Laiie suoru 1 .t N 7S?d M. K. & T 2d)-' Missouri Pacific tWH Manitoba 114 Manhattan 103 lersev Central ..114 New England... Nortliern Pacinc M't Nor. Pacific pfd. 711 N. American.... 17 Reading 2 j. western.... Itock Island... St. Paul Union Pacific. Wabash pfd... W. Union... . Chicaco Gas... Lead Trust... Sugar Trust.. C. S. Oil Pullman Silver Itannas City. TCN-ai Citt. Mo.. Nov. 2S. A fnirlr i?ood bocf steers wcro among tho offcrincs and sold readily at good strong nrices as compared with a few days back and the buyers took some of a commoner class such as they have been passing by heretofore. Best dressed beef and shipping so!.l 10c hlehcr. otucrs strong shade hither, uood cows anu were not plenty and were in domand at strong to 3i0c Mgucr Commouwcrc perhaps a littio at full steady prices. Tho froor Kansas City Eank Clearing. Kassas Cur, Mo., Nov. 23. Tlie Kansas City bank clearings for tho week thus far and for tha corresponding time last year are as follows: I'.et. 1801. 1KM. Monday....1.872.97l $1,545,721 rnoday. .. l.W.aS) l,n.31J Wedrnwlay l.S8,135 1,50(J.110 Vhoreday... holiday. Friday..... 13S1.KH Saturday .. l.n 06 1,134,59(5 Inc. S33.233 7S.U75 2Z1039 357.447 117V stocker and feeder market ruled rather bi ' quiet for lack of outside country buyers 7'" 'and the speculators were compelled to ' hold a few over. Those changing hands 'went at about steady prices. The hog ' market opened a little slow and values 10 v ' showed a weakness to 5c lower and was SiQ 5S10c lower than Friday's general mar 2y Uet. The extreme range of sales was 53 00 .177K a 4.M. the latter nrico ivas on a fancy lot. vH The majority 01 sales wore at ev.uujjo. against 53.70aS5 yesterday. Cattle Receipts, l.KH; calves, --.; ci1md vesterdav. 779: calves, 52. Fat cattle were strong to 5 or 10c higher, others steady. The folio win? arc representative sales: DRESSED BEEF AND sllirriNG STEEUS. wr. Price. So. Canadian Enterprlie Moving In tlie ill- rctlou or a V.s 1'roject. Ocebec, Nov. 23. Sir George Baden Powell, one of the British commissioners in thn rtelirinir sea affair, in now inter esting himsclf in tho establishment 01 a fast Canadian transatlantic steamship service. Ho has seen Premier Abbott and members of the cabinet and has isuea Quebec and inspected tho docks and other facilities. President Van Home of the Canadian ia- ciiic railway states thut the new steam ship line will ere long be an established fact. The vessel will run in connection with tho Canadian Pacific railway and Mr. Van Home believes that passengers irom Europe, bv way of tho tot. law reucc, will "bo landed by his through lice in Chicago within a fow hours cf the time that thoso by way 01 .c" loru m bo disembarked at tho latter port. The present intention U to have the now line . a running between Liverpool uuu ut before the opening of tho world's fair, and to compete with American railroads for a share of tho travel in connection there with. It is stated that the governments subsidy will be made 1 million dollars a year for an efficient service. A Notorious Counterfeiter. PiTTsiitno, Pa.. Nov. 23.-Deputy Mar shal A. W. Mauldin. of Atlanta, da., has arrived in this city, bringing Henry May, M years old, who is wanted here for coun terfeiting. This arrest is looked upou as one of tnc. most Important thut has taken nl:in in the United States secret scrvico for years. May is considered one of tho most expert, if not tho most expert, coun trfoitor in tho country, giving most of his attenUon to couaterieuing Mi r-nld nieces. The secret ser- riw lpn looking for May for a long time. May is an old timer at tho business, and has served terms in various prisons for that crime. May gave his ad dress as Corrv, Pa., and it is said to be in that neighborhood that ho passed tho counterfeit money. May is supposed to be the head of u gang that worked around Corry for a long time. HU coins were only told from Uncle Sam's by their weight, as he said he always found It hard tn ppt metal hcavv enough to make Imita tion gold coius from without using tbe real stuff. Mipr'dcvotional eserci'cs the hi perinleiident ollered suggestions rela tm.r tn school room work treatin-; principally : First of ventilation which he de clared should be attended to by the teacher, always, and not by the pu pils. Second: Reports of the progress and pioiiciency of pupils from the teachers to parents. 1 bird, the value of examinations. "PVinrth. the evils arisinir from dc- tqimnfr minils after school. Filth, the nreDaration by teacher of the daily work, so that stmlv. examinations and rccilatious all would be ellcctive. Sixth, of penmanship. Of course oulv the briefest refer- npA tn pseh noint was made, but mansion?." tlie city not made Willi iiaml. Tha institute then adjourned to section work and soon thereafter ad- iourned until the next regular meet . . . I. , 1 . , 1 . mg. seuiom nas so prumaoie a xucet- ing been held OX A HOT TKAIL. The Daviess County, Ho., Sheriff in Scdaliu on the Hunt of Thieves. WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. The Illinois State Board of Char ities will make an exhibit in the Illi nois building. Pueblo. Col.. 13 raisins money with which to equip aud send to Lin the cago a "cowboy baud." ) Ceylon has sent, through Sir Henry Wood, a request for space upou which to build a tea house. Wvomiac s buildintr at the fair will be of the French chateau style of nr-liitpMnn oO bv 70 feet, two stor- ntiiPiliinr? nractical. something that : t.:i, ml will coat about 820.000. would actually apply to the work in La(jies' aux;i;ary committees the school room was offered. . , ortranized in fifty-five at of counties in Pennsylvania and are work to secure a line snowing women's work. Nearly 8700,003 of insurance has Hp rnncludcd his tnlk Wltll nn -arnet idea for noble siuceiity in all the works and conduct of the tpachere. unrintr them 1 1 care nothing a c 1 , 1 ... . tliAir lint 0 SS on 7'o -hat The puUl-Jy been place, ou .the Exposition . .. J. buildinirs m process of erection, ihe " Sattie Lyon of eighth grade insurance will be constantly increased t. ti... Jo o vinlm B(,ln. as the structures grow. !. ..mnli ntinrPPI4IPl. n IB IiaH iSUICl U. i.'lCUI.U, lub II13L 1IU ...vv...... I . T 1 ' true musical talent of a high order, sculptor, is now m Pans working on 1 ,;t'. r,MOt cUll nnd taste, a colossal statue of the republic lor UUU inula .i ...... 1 , . - -. r mi1 V.11 1 n.Un.r loajnn in 1 tliP World a fair. It will snow a te- wbioli all the institute participated, male figure nearly seventy feet high. The lesson consisted of three selections Sir Hcnrv Wood writes lhat ap- from Tennyson, and for forty min- plications for space are rapidly pour utes mere was an active uu ing in iroxu iuuuvuusi '" interest minifesled in Bagdad, Britain. He is very enthusiastic over HarounAlR .chied,Thc P;ctand the English prospects at the Ilxposition. 21.3 21.7 S.1 18.7 23.4 Total j.'53.850 S7.tOI.lC3 tl.SM.733 132 TIIE GltAIN MA11KET. j Chicago. Chicago. Nov. 23. December opened at tQc and then off to 92Xc May wheat at SI. COX and weakened to OOc. The re ceipts to-day were, winter wheat, 112 cars and spring 340 cars; shipments from store, 11,000 bu. December closed at ftJc; year at 9iJc, and May at DOlc. November corn was quoted at COc bid 0c asked with a few desultory trades at 70c. Other futures sold off from 47;c for year to 4fc, and May from 433s'c to 42Jc. The receipts to-day were 004 cars and tho shipments 104.000 bu. Of the arrivals 5SI cars wcro new. November closed at G$c and May at42Kc . Provisions dull and lower. Receipts of hogs, 2S.O00 head. Prices about steady. Tanuarv pork sold down from 5IL30 to $11.15 on shorts pounding. Lard and ribs off SKc For Monday receipts are esti mated at 40,0:0 head and for next week 210,000 head. Chicago, Nov. 2$. The following is tho No. 03 i,:h;i 40 Tox.1,3 0 10 973 40 s w i.ite 133 Tcx.l,-- 4 05 4 25 3 UO 3 CO 3 45 So 1.400 11 1.--44 U 1,042 01 Col..l,2-l 44Col.-l.S70 COWS ASI JJEIFEIW. .... Ml 5 4J 1 S 1,045 ....103 2 35 5 04 . y .3 so m . 970 2 15 13 910 SOU 2 00 2 1,150 1.050 2 00 3 PM 650 1 90 4 737 1.0-J3 1 50 1 970 24 N. M. S23 I '5 texas axu isdiax steeus. 54 1.001 2 5 -a-1S i:0 l,05i 2 03 U117N.M. S9j 24 NL W0 2 10 I STOCKEKS ASD FEEDERS. 21. 18. 15.. 0. 21- 3-30- 3 13 5 7 9 975 .1.042 . 910 . COO SO : col. 1,093 . SJ 875 ,1,114 4 GO 45 3 20 3 'JJ 8 90 2 30 a 23 2 OJ 1 91 1 75 1 SO 1 25 2 33 2 2d 2?0 2 73 714 7K Sot. 23. Wheat. Dec Year ... May Corn Nov Vear ... May.... Oats Nov..... Dec.... May.... Pork Dec. Jan May.... Lard Dec Jan May.... Rins Dec. Jan May nUh-.t'Lovte9tj y aitf 92H 02H -K r W 92 92M 100 993s SO 70 GSJ Ti AT, 40U 40 47K 43.l 424' iiy, ii4 S3V 33ti 33 31 S1H 31H 32 si,H tax 82 5 53 S 25 S 27K S 47H 11 : 11 12 11 12.4 11 25 11 C3tf 11 3J 11 50 II K 6 15 G 10 0 10 0 15 0 3J 6 20 0 20 0 2) 0 57J4 6 5) 6 30 0 57& 5 05 5 05 5 05 5 03 5 72H 3 GO 5 00 3 72X 6 (fit 5 90 3 93 0 Oi 2 75 4 2 40 I 17. MIXED. 2 CO I 1 bull..l,33) 2 00 1 75 I Hogs Receipts, 10,244; shipped yester day, 044. The market opened steady to x lower; closed 5 to 10c lower. The following aro rcprescniauvu saius lbulh.1,470 1 bul..l.4l0 A 7Iytcrlou Skeleton Found. Rimini. Kan.. Nov. 2S. Two boys, njred 13 nnd 15. numed Ben aud Martin Swisher, while out rabbit-hunting made a hnrrihln dUeovcrv. Whilo walking up a hnllnw ravine filled with underbrush they stumbled over tho skeleton of a human being, tho skull of which looked as If It iw.n nlit in two with a hatchet or ax. sn fm. thn m.ittrr Is an entire mystery.and nothing can bo learned either as to who - . . i i. . tn Ma the dead man was or uuw uvuo death. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Lady of Shalott. lhcsc mystic xhe eight women oa the Illinoi poems Cilkd forth an expression oi yor,ig pajr J3oartl have 'decided to many opinions anu tue ieauu uua accept invitations to go to any pari with general regret that it could not 0r llie g,ate t0 deliver addresses in the last longer. . , interest of the proposed exhibit by s llf I .An.IilAtnjI 1 " MM wannamaser men tuuuuuu. Til nois women. a class exercise in music using me le in the south The jewelers of Hanau, the great p.jpi:3ot thei.rstgraiein i.e :nvvcIrv Ceter of Gernnny. have de Wfsr. Ppilnlia school a3 a class. ne ., , ., Sm.:, t s. xne . . , - i unitpil f-vhibit at the attention ot the . . , P n::n,;..;n A." il 1 1 . ijMizmuMia i.4, -j- liuve beautiful and earnestness and little ones were very nuum uuu w:rpi nri,ot Pncourairement i en .11.1 nc .in n o l...j tw v iluj Vaii Antwpriia I clHL iiua ...i-j . i room in Broadway. Ihey sang three cnWnnn nd creatlv deiiifhteil the tp.-riprs. The work done bv the in trnduction of music in our schools cannot be easi'y estimated, but it has crlai'dened the hearts anu nuieneu o .. ... i The American sculptor, Mac Moines, is also in Paris, working on the great fountain which will he placed in front of the Administration buildinir. The fountain will have thirty gigantic figures, On List Monday morning Officers Scally and Gosage arrested two men it the post omce building, who were arraigned anu tascu oeiore jiuige Hahtead on charge of petldling with out a license. The men gave their names as William Clark and James Brammer and claimed to have come from St. Louis to this place. They had oa their persons about thirty or forty pocket knives of various kinds, and the latter also had a 32-caliber revolver on his person. Clark had the form of a girl utooed on his arm. Clark was lined $10 for his offense and Brammer suflcre.l to the extent of 850 on charge of peddling without iceiise and carrying coucealau weapons. I his is the hrst chapter. The second comes in the shape of the following postal addressed to Sheriff," Sedali i, Mo 25 REWARD. We will pay the above amount for the arrest and conviction of the per son or persons who oroKe into our hardware store, in Jamesport, Mo, on the night of November 19, 1501, and stole the following goods: L 2-cal. c. f. double acting, bl'k iAl'l, 5 inch barrel, safety hammer revolver ; 33-cal. American dbl. actiutr, & and one-half to 3 inch barre5 ; irum 15 to 20 dozen pocket knives, mostly Henry Sears manufacture, a few Sim mons "Keen Kutter," and a few Ver mont goods; a half-dozen nzor?, Henry Sears manufacture, etched on blade, "Queen." Supposed to have been carried away iu a grain sack that had been U3ed, the top of which was cut off. Potter & Gillilak. N. B. Telegraph O. P. Walter, sheriff, Gallatin, Mo., any informa tion you may have. In response to this the officers here sent all the information as above. Then followinc this Sheriff O. P. Walter of Daviess county appeared on the scene. He has been in the city during the day and is pretty well satislted that the parties mentioned, above are the ones of whom he is in search. He is now awaiting the ar rival of Mr. Potter to identify the goods and bring the other half of the cut sack. many difficult tasks. Jamaica applied tor .wv square nrinPinql nf the hich feet of floor sn.sce at the imposition. wo,i oVnrtr Pirpfnllv nrpnar- f!nl. O. G. Ward, a member of the SVUUUi, IVOU u II--- I - - . , .l nn iho lpnnunnce. lie I .Inmnica parliament, is iuo iui CU .J.A.l.. uu uv. I " . , . r anni-A nt thp rnnuiiion oi ltaiv prior commissioner iuo r,H'"'"' .i. tl, orV nrfP. then described the his countrv. He visited Chicago Isst IV litv o I . - l . state of r.r.rope Do. Wt 03 370 cs aos 57 S00 70 2h2 54 2tVi 52 JS 74 2:15 75 24S 59 25S C3 2SI 07 247 S2 219 72 243 72 2il C2 2:11 00 213 71 -J2") 51 211 70 2."0 SI 234 7S 2j0 S7 U3J Prlc 4 00 3 9J 3fJ 3 S3 395 x. wt. C9 233 3J --91 37 213 07 222 04 255 3 S1K 04 2S) 3 SO i57 i'43 Receipts at Chicago yesterday Wheat, 145 cars; com, 694 cars; oats, 345 cars. Estimated receipts Monday Wheat 3S0 cars; corn, 430 cars; oats, 273 cars; hogs, 43,000 head. The 'Chicago Cull Market. Chicago, Nov. 27. Closing cash prices to-day wcro as follows: Wheat No. 2 spring, 9lKc; No. 2 rod. 92Vfc. Corn-No 8,66c; No. 3 yellow corn, 66a Oats No. e, 33Vc. Timothy 11.21 Pork-S.23 Lard-4)G.07. Rlbs-J5.50S5.73. . FUx. Bye and Barley. Chicago. Nov. 23. Closing prices: Rye, eash, 9393fc; November. 93$c: Decem ber, 94c Flaxseed No. 1, cash.98c; May, I1.C3X- Barley November, 500o. St. Locis, Nov.28. Rye, 87o bid. Fla No. Z, 890c. Castor beens, L7T. 3 SJ OS 215 3S 02 242 3 SO 73 230 3 75 72 239 3 75 7 237 3 75 fii 2 2 3 75 92 2 0 3 75 49 1HS 3 75 S4 213 373 02 225 3 72t SO 23 3 77,' 3S 2 0 3 31 224 370 93 IS3 3 70 74 132 Sheep Receipts, rrlci 3 SJ 3 ii 375 3r 3 75 3 75 37 375 3 70 3 70 370 370 370 3 0 305 3 05 3C4 3 CO 3f0 35". 345 3U) SO 244 S7 237 Ti 24 2 50 23il 153 243 C4 240 57 219 3. 210 i-4 -J21 OS 233 65 210 24 2tf tO 215 48 213 75 219 51 U3 34 119 54 1.2 27 122 12 144 25 52 11 245 HrtM. 377H 377K 875 370 370 3 70 3 70 303 3 05 3 05 305 3t-0 2 00 3 55 3.-0 340 315 310 3 10 305 3 00 2;3 Receipts, 4'a; numoer suip- i x Uo duriu a qUarrd between itcrday, 4SS. Tbo mawct was 1 Or0 b flt Lorenzo Perez was hanged nt Midland, Texas. Mrs. Annie Besant, tho thoosophlst, is in New York. A. F. Hodge of Dubuque. Iowa, has been found to be leading a dual mo. E. J. Cbapin is dying at alparalso. im nols, of wounds inflicted by highwaymen. Two jurymen have been secured In tho Gruves-Barnoby murder case at Denver. A contest for the county seat of Boyd county, Nebraska, has been takea into court. Five-year-old Marie Peterson came all the way from Sweden to Join her father at Philadelphia. Leonard and Nicholas Stark were very badly cut In a row at a dance ot Cedar ILanids. Iowa. The experiment of trephining to cure insanity, made rtccntly at Cincinnati, nas proven successful. Pnstm.istor-(Jeneral Wanamakcr has tnmln n number of awords of ocean mall subsidy contracts. n..rtrJo WIttc of New York has been cast oft by her lover because she blacked the kitchen stove at her father's house. Loonnrd Locbnnr, the Dubuque, Iowo. street-car driver shot by the boy bandits throe days ago, died after suffering Intenso wjooy. At KIrksvillc, Missouri, thieves entered the store of & L Plcklcr, and secured ei,500 worth of silk goods. There is no clue to the thieves. Bill Ground shot and killed his neighbor, Levy Lewis, ut MlamuvUle, Lhickasaw mem. mcnts vos steady. . I At Harthaire. MbsourLGcorco Lawrence Tho following are representative salos: ...mnloJ -bduct his soa from his wife. oV S i f-, ! from whom ho was recently divorced. Sho -a...... - o i i , , a, .,,.1 was given mc cusiouy oi iuu i-uuv. if a. 1S9 7 wt. 99 St I'ricv 4 13 3 75 !247 L. 02 3 75 Live Stock Note. Dressed beef men bought 2,497 cattle yes terday. Armour bought 6S2, Klngan 17, Fowler 81, Dold 131, Phoenix Packing company 293, and Swift 1,13;. Packers bought 6.005 hogs yestorday. Armour bought 3,043, Kingan 1,016, Fowler 1,000. Dold 620, Phmnlx Packing company 40, Swift 1,500, Morris Packing company 1,101 and local butchers 5. Shippers bought 609. Receipts since January I aggregato 1,166,649 cattle, 74,935 calves, 2,283,003 hogs and 364,475 sheep. Compared with the corresponding time last year mese ng- On account of the prevalonco of diph theria at Clarksvillo, Iowa, all the schools of the city have been closed until January 1, and all'publlc meetings forbidden. SocreUry Foster Is improving slowly and Is now ahlo to sit up during tho day. It is expected that he will bo able to re sumo his official duties in a few days. Chairman Walker has issued an order that transcontinental commissions on cm grant business must not exceed f 12 from the Missouri river and $18 from Chicago. Tho archbishop of Annecy ha written a letter similar to the cno which caused the nrosecution of the archbishop of AIk. It Is expected that the author will be prosc- sad hoirs. U5.SS3 sheen, sad an Increase ot ! cuted. 990 calves. la a glovo fight to a flnleh at Birmingham, I Alabama, Eugcno McElroy of Birmlng- Chlcsco. Cbicaoo, Nov. 2S.-Hogs Reoelpta, to- j ham, knocked out Frank FittwllUams ot ly, 25,000; offldal yesterday, 33,041 ; ship- Cincinnati, In tha third CBusd. It WM aa day. meats yesterday. 1373: rewiDts for the easy rlctpry, dunne tne WT , , . 1 . . . T - ages, ne ucnneu tne term Aieuau sance, and eliowed what it accom plished. The establishment of chiv alry, the founding of monarchies and the establishment of Christianity. He treated of its effect upon (1.) Science Anatomy, a3lrono mr. etc. "(2.) Exploration, colonization, the Portuguese, Columbus, De Gamo. Second Its effect upon the spirit ual nature of man. (1.) Art, Michael Angelo De Vinci. (2.) Scholarship (A) period of passionate desire (a) of acquisition (c) of criticism. He dwelt upon the extremes of scepticism and of imm irality, and declan-d that the Renaissance was the attainment of the consciousness of the power of man of the intellettial libeity of conscience, and eloqueutly defended the idea that God works through all history in the interest of humanity. The paper wa3 a very able one. The Key. A. Jump was then intro duced and sn:.'ke earnestly and im pressively of the responsibilites of the teacher, who, he declared exer cised mure influence over the, young than either the parents of the chil dren or tho preachers. lie urged the importance of religious instruc tion aud example, and warned teach- ers tn uc on tueir iiuaru, iesi me text books in use might in tho course of time become an evil influence. He warmly compli mented the teachers and the schools, and commended tho sincerity and thoroughness that characterized the conduct of Sedalia schools. His talk was well received. The 6unnntendent then read a piper eu.itled "Castles in Spain. He spoke of the mystery of the in visible which all know lies about us, and inquired whether these ideas that are acquired wituout tne am oi tne senses, the work of the imagination as we term it, may not beibecopiei of something realized by that spirit within us that is capable of detaching itself and acting independently of that physicial, and whether the ideas it brings may not be authentic tidings middle J weeb The Chicago Furniture Manu facturers' association, which has a membership of 210, and an asgregale capilal of 26,000,000, proposes to make a united exhibit ot mammoth proportion in the furniture and up holstery line. Vice President Thomas B. Bryan will sail November 23, for Europe as one of the Exposition Comnrssioners selected to promote Weld's fair interests in Spain, Italy, Greece and other south European countries. Two other commissioners will join him in Paris and accompany him on the tour. Tha New York Chamber of Commerce will send a delegation to the approaching session of the legisla ture to urge a liberal World's Fair appropriation. John lioyd i batcher, one of the New York commissioners, thinks there is no doubt Ibat an ap propriation of not less than S300,0C3 will be made. -Some rare old curios in the way oi saddles and ancient harness will probably be seen at the World's fa-. The National Association of Saddlers has decided to raise sJa.UUU tor an exhibit of their trade at the fair. This will be expended, largely for ancient eaddkrv aud harness, which will oe procured through special collectors, Rev. Dr. S. J. McFheraon, of Chicago, at the instance of a number of associates prominent in religious circles, will correspond with mdividu als and societies in tho various de nominations with a view of having a conference of delegates from all parts of the country ?o arrange for a rclig ious exhibit at the Worlds fair. The creat dome of the Adminis tration building, which will be the most conspicuous architectural feature of the Exposition, and the four smaller domes, wf 1 be covered with alurai nium bronze, a newly discovered rmalcam, which is said to glisten brighter than cold. The contract for gliding the domes has fcen let for 834,UU0. The members of our county so ciety are doing all they can to make the state society a success this week. THANKSGIVING BALL. The Harmonie Turner club gave one of those delightful Thanksgiving night balls wherein there is always so much enjoyment, and where happy and contented faces were seen on all side3. There was a very large attend ance and the spacious ball was taxed for room. The music, of the best character, was furnirhed by Friemel'a J orchestra. Nearly everyone present I joined in the dance, and it was, all in all, an evening of pleasure long to ne remembered by those present. MISS H. A. GOODWIN, A,KUsr. E. E. McClellan, the stationer, has placed upon the editor's table a tiny publication entitled "Bonnets and Hats Youth to Age," by Mrs. A. H. Huntington, of Watertown, New York, i'lustrated by Miss Helen A. Goodwin, who is well known in thi3 city. It is a unique publication and not only rebecs credit upon the author, who tells of the changes of ':fe in pretty verse, but the illutra- 10ns are rich and appropriate. i he liny book is an elegaut souvenir or Christmas greeting and can be had at Mr. McClellan's. PLEASED WITH HIS LOCATION. Rev. R. D. Black, lately of the M. E. church, of this city, but who is now in charge of a church at Ft. Worth, lexas, writes back that he u very much pleased with his new lume. He is now attending comerenca at Waco, but is expecied in S.dtlis fhorily to complete his arrangem -i:3 for moving. AT THE SCHOOL EXERCISE?. Sheriff Smith was in Warsaw Fri day night and attended the uhl?c school exercises at that place and pro nounces the entertainment as otic or (he best he had ever seen in that line. Aud, by the way, Sheriff Smith :s a good critic. A BAD NLEDLE. Mr. Hinton Gorrell who stuck a knitting needle in his eye last v.'-ek, is being treated by Dr. Ed. Evan, at the residence ot bis brotber-in- M. J. D. Brown, a v, DISTURBING THE PEACE. Yesterday morning Aaron Mos was arraigned before Justice Fisher on charge of disturbing the peace of Lewis Stanford. He was fined $1 and costa. WILL RETURN MONDAY. Mayor Stevens, who has been at San Antonio, Texas, for a month, oa business, will return home, arriving here to-morrow.