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Belleville Telescope (Newspaper) - October 31, 1878, Belleville, Kansas VOL. 14. REPUBLIC OCTOBER 31, 1878. WHOLE NO. 274. The Belleville IS Every Thursday Morning At the County Seat of TOPICS OF THK Many bales of cotton wii at the South for want of Ije J. 0. Editor and 83 a Year In or Legal tl per each and other year column one six three months One-half one six months three Om column one year nix throe Local notices 10 per N. T. VAN Law County Belleville the nco J. A. at Win in all the Courts of the Criminal Law a W. H. at Law nml Notary Public to all to in the Court second 27tf T. M. at will practice in nil the Courts of the Twelfth Judicial All pert to tiie A. E. at will in all the Courts of the All business to my aire will prompt and fnl neal and sold oi Collections a and promptly 168-if BELLEVILLE SALE AND FEED Having and stables formerly owned by J. H. and added to the business several teams and I am now prepared to furnish at reasonable 74-tt___F. BLACKSMITH Northwest Corner Public - - The undersigned begs leave to return thanks to his old for the patronage extended when formerly In business at thiB and now takes pleasure in Informing the generally that be has turain opened up on the northwest corner of the Squaro where he Is prepared to do ail work In his guaranteeing n 234-tf. C. The Southwest Public The undersigned bogs leave to bis customers for their patronage and by dealing and close attention to i hopes to merit a continuance ol Kaaio PLOW HORSE SHOEING And all kinds of general job woik can be done in any Blacksmith in a Neat and Substantial With competent I shall be pre pared to do all your work promptly and at reasonable the place Southwest Corner 210-tf. ED. luE frost has effectually broken the bade bone of the yellow fever in the Hard times in England arc unfavorably the foreign markets for American science ought to be at to explanation of the yellow fever hog has The feature so far is low downward a The bank catastrophe promises for the Napoleon was is now the retreat of Sitting Bull has not yet gotten over his fatal and chronic weakness of being to coinc A train recently passed from Omaha to San Francisco at the rate of forty miles an hour for the by line the are being drawn out of By the lime it becomes n law it will lie cc NEWS OF THE at The St. Joe Herald of Sunday startling information reached the yesterday afternoon of the arrest of gang of train robbers who entered the car of one of the night trains on the Kansas St. Joe Council Bluffs railroad about six weeks How the high-handed piece of was adroitly done by four just after leaving Winthrop is already well known to our a full report having appeared in the Herald at the The amount taken was about A large reward was at once offered by the railroad and express companies for the arrest of the robbers and the return of the A number of the best detectives in the west were at once set to work and the case has been thoroughly looked Any number of vague reports have been to the effect that the robbers had been they have proven to bo is not a lilt of the Fall River has been put to straightening out re fuse irons by the Warden ot the The Warden says lie is getting fat on it. Ik New two police men have been arrested for stealing If John Morrissey were living he would probably agree that is in When the yellow fever relief boat Helena on its mission of mercy down tlie it was not allowed citizens turning out with shotguns to prevent it. The Washington correspondent of tlie New Orleans that tlie October elections the election of Speaker to the and that is the coming of Now is likely to come to the front as a Republican Presidential candidate in 1880. If New York should unite upon ho would bo LV NEW Boot and Shoe West Side - - The undersigned begs leave to return thanks to his old for the patronage when formerly In business at this and now takes pleasure In Informing the public generally that ho has again upon the west side of the Square where ho Is to do All of In the Boot and work and at as low rates as any other shop In the DANIEL of and dealer in Boots and North side of Public BELLEVILLE - - work dona on the shortest and REPAIRING Promptly attended TERMS AND STRICTLY 114 I take pleasure in announcing to my friends which I flatter myself I have my full that I am now prepared and shall keep on a class of such ture as Is In general which I will sell as low as can be bought west ot the I also win make to order all kinds of Book My long experience and knowledge of fine has convinced and If not of my and I am not and will not be undersold the same class ot by any west of the or south of tho Oome and sen F. N. I am also In thib undertaking 1 keep on hand every size of that of the York had ii meeting the other ill which resolved thai Mr. Dima must either stop the cry or and he chose tho is intensely excited over the doings of at that seven graves having been robbed there within the past It is getting .so there is no sort of comfort in dying It is a remarkable that no eleven of committees in the present House of Representatives have failed to be returned to the Forty-sixth either through defeat in conventions or at the from October to of Agriculture at Washington figure up an in wheat or a total of 400,000,000 The com crop promises 1,300,000,000 The oats yield will be larger than forty years ago that could never cross the and the American Association announce with entire complacency that electricity can never be made available for general use in an ill The report of the Commission has just completed an investigation of the affairs of the Bank of the City of Glasgow is a shocking tale for unfortunate shareholders of that institution as well as a sad commentary on the practices of its The report that the people of Memphis have begim preparations for the next we undertake to Southern cities will not lose anything in tho esteem of the country under the they give the Mardi Gras a rest for a season or Mrs. Mary Douge has returned to the active management of after a long vacation and a journey to It is understood that one long article and tyo poems will be by hbi to the forthcoming November & by the publication of St. for tho young people are doing much to supplant the vicious literature over the Its contents are healthful and morally sustaining without being stooped or Every youth in the country should take St. south I am at ynur If N. The of the City of Glasgow in been and are in Their crime consists in throwing thirty-one millions of belonging to other The Scotch are a terribly practical In some quarters of the globe a set of bank managers who had actually squandered 131,000.000 without anybody would be thought remarkable and perhaps sent 1 to at one of the men is now in the toils and that ho will have justice meted out to At an early hour yesterday morning a bold attempt was made to rob a passenger train on the Kansas Pacific about 150 miles west of Kansas It proved and in the melee that one of the Mike Rourke by tho leader of the was Another of the Dan was shot in the but escaped to the The rest of the gang managed to get Tho robber was taken to Kansas City and was there fully identified as the leader of tho gang that made a heavy haul on the Bluffs Kourke has but little to say and takes his arrest rather Ho is the leader of a gang of desperadoes that has been operating throughout tho West and Kouth for a number of a A young man by the name of met a well to do old farmer in a saloon at Burk back of and they drank together and became quite jovial and Neil bought whisky and started home with the is Gahart to spend the night at his invited the old man to when young Gahart knives were drawn on both 8ide,-but Neil got the advantage and plunged his weapon into his At this point the mother of the victim rushed to the monster and begged him for the life of her helpless Neil wheeled upon the mother and drove into her loft causing instant The drunken wretch ripped young Gahart open so that the A younger son of tho old came to the rescue suffered severe flesh while the fiend himself received dangerous The murderer fled to the house of Lewis Walls ami eluded capture until when he was secured and put under two thousand dollars He expresses sorrow for nothing but the death of Mrs. a murder of the most horrible character was committed in Indianapolis on the Mrs. Mattie a widow 68 years living in what is known as tho quarter of the was found beside her bed with great clots of blood oozing through her An examination of the body showed a gash four long on the right and the head and face considerably bruised and neck Henry a worthless character and sou of Mrs. Farrel by her first has been arrested on An inquest is now in tue Gen. 0. Howard from Fart Vancouver that a Umatilla Indian was murdered on tho 20 by white and that the have within throe weeks lost fifty taken by He Cannot the United States District Attorney bo instructed by the Attorney-General to attend to this and other cold-blooded murders of Indians by white A few such justice would do more for peace than a whole summer's The foregoing was endorsed by Gen. 3ta0e The Galveston from Fort Worth The stage leaving hero for was stopped 15 miles east of the latter place by two masked Tho mail pouches wore cut open and the contents One male and two female passengers were stripped of denies the Samuel issued a card relating to the recent publications of cipher telegrams in the Now York Tilden have no knowledge of the existence of these telegrams nor any information about them except what has been derived from or since the publications of them in the Ja poisoned At the wedding supper of Willis and Alice at ten of the party were some unknown having put strychnine in tho It is that one of Aliss rejected suit of man seek to tho wounds and to rekindle the embers of sectional Let 1880 without any of these elements of sectional Of course we will be divided as to the of governmental but with that element eliminated from the the rep of tho South can stand upon the floor of Congress as the peer of any from the Northern and ean look to the material development of his own to the enlargement of commercial relations and make the Southern people more With and harmony this groat country can march on to a more glorious and illustrious future than has been seen in the To generous friends oast and The Peabody subsistence association of New returns to each and all sincere thanks for the noble generosity exhibited in furnishing money and provisions for our no further funds will be F. a heko Lieutenant of the relief boat which was sent down tho sippi loaded with supplies for the yellow fever sufferers in small towns along the was stricken with the fever at and His funeral was FOREIGN TUE BANK in a financial commenting on tho official report of tho in the affairs of of the Tho will now have some light thrown upon the condition of the bank's and a most sombre light it is. Tho bank has lost on a probably favorable estimate That is a most disastrous statement for the unhappy and wc need hardly ssy that a loss of such magnitude could never have fallen on thom but for reckless mismanagement to begin and tho deliberate and long continued fraud practiced to hide that MADE a Military states that tho British have a raid upon a border and captured four chiefs who are held as A dispatch from states that it is reported that the Viceroy will not be content with a simple hut will require the to come to Odessa on tho Black is the stronghold of tho There are 310 of thom in prison there who will soon be tried for offences against the and Siberia is likely to have an accession THE It is reported that Italy and France have the Belgrade government they will uot tho Servian until the civil and political of the Jews is A Berlin dispatch the Czar issued ukas ordering that military furloughs shall only bo granted for urgent reasons and in any case not to extend beyond The Sultan has Minister that ho has written to the Ameer of calling upon as a good Mussulman to to an amicable arrangement with TUE The London in its arti says even at per the silvo market is very unsettled and and only scarcity of a sharp THE of is raise a religious war among the dans of Asia against AID FROM The William of lias sent 3,000 about as a contribution for tho yellow fever forwarded for the relief of tho yellow fever Smith will act impartially and honestly and give general THE T. AND 8. F. Particulars have become con the lease of tho Denver & lUo Grande railroad by the Topeka & Santa Fe road for thirty Tho lease takes effect Dec. 1. Tho Denver 4; Bio Grande receives forty-three per of tho gross decreasing one per and will receive thirty-seven per from the seventh to the fourth Tho San Juan silver mines are to be opened through tho grand canon of the designs are to connect with the Kansas The transaction is regarded as a defeat of Jay and warm competition with the Union Pacific for the freight traffic is INDIAN A gentleman from the country on tho Pacific reports serious trouble anticipated with the who were becoming insolent and demonstrative and are it is generally for an attack upon the white settlers as soon as an them and the settlers is being widened and both parties are arming themselves for an MASONIC The following grand officers of the Grand Lodge wore elected in tho annual session of the Grand Lodge of at E. D. of Valley G. D. of D. G. Joseph of Fort G. S. A. D. of Christain ot G. F. H. of G. 3. SECRET of decides tli BO much of tho election law passed winter as requires the numbering of ballots to correspond with a numbered poll list is because opposed to the principles of secret The law is peculiarly stringent and has attracted much ORANGEMEN Tlie Orangemen of Montreal were ac -an illegal on tho 12th of July jury to acquit on the ground that in lodge room was not BY United States District ney of has resigned and made a written confession that he has lost iu Wall street moneys entrusted to him as government the amount is believed to be The convention adopted resolutions to memorialize the President and Senate of the United States to so modify the treaty as to prohibit Chinese TO the worst slonu of th thousands of citizens of turn ed out to say farewell to who sailed for TO Iha GERM A PARTY Two young ladies named Ellon and Georgia two children of Calvin and a young man named were drowned near The party of six was returning on a wagon from camp and the road which was overflowed runs by a lake and the horses strayed into deep water and upset the PANIC AT A During a marriage at the Colored Baptist at which was crowded to its utmost a piece of plastering fell creating a panic of the most dreadful The bodies ot ten women have been already taken The wounded being sent to their returns have received on the vote for Secretary of State for all the Ohio counties except Hamilton and and reliable unofficial figures from all the which makes majority for Secretary of State 3,154. TAMMANY'S Tammany Hall has nominated THE FEVER SENTIMENTS A 11. Hon. John F. of has been unanimously a s candidate for Congress by the In his speech acknowledging the compliment he the next contest between tho two great they will divide upon governmental policy and without sectional and sectional hatred will be eliminated from the So far as the South is concerned I am certain that such will be the I fellow find it in my heart to indulge in feelings of malice toward the people of tho North when I witness their magnanimous and gracious conduct toward the Southern I feel like pulling off my hat and standing uncovered in their grander than the is the victory won by the people of the North in their noble and generous contributions to the stricken and suffering Upon that fatal field tho South surrendered her Within the shadow of the dark wing of the beside the new made graves of her heroic sons and with bowed head and tearful eyes she extends Her hand and surrenders her heart to the gracious and magnanimous God's own band haq vao bridged the bloody Let not the ot maoh and it is thooght that an important railroad An important case of tho Kansas Pacific railroad company was decided at last The whole question of the company's affairs came tip before Justice of the United States Supreme and Judge of the United States District sitting in tho Supremo court chambers in as the court of the United States for the district of Tho matter came into court under the suit of Adolphus and the first mortgage Pacific railway against the Kansas Pacific company in its corporate capacity to foreclose the mortgage on of default in The immediate matter at issue and upon which a decision has been expected for some days was the petition ot D. M. acting president of tho for the removal of Henry Villard one ot the receivers of tho In the course of Judge Miller's which was a written he said that it was not proper that there should be two because of the contentions were likely to and did arise between them j that Mr. Greeley who was charged with had relieved the court of embarrassment by submitting himself to its judgment that it was uot proper that so groat and important a property should be administered by two one of whom was over three hundred and the other more than a thousand miles away from the that an office in New York was and the expenses of the receivership in New as administered by Mr. were that it is not impossible in the court's judgment to find some person within the jurisdiction of the court in which this is situated who can both give a good and sufficient and who can manage this property economically and and this should be Judge in the delivery his reviewed the under which the appointment of tho receivers was first made in the State court and the reasons then adduced for the making of it. He concurred fully in the opinion of Judge and ordered that the two receivers be discharged to positions for reasonable but brief until one receiver could be appointed and qualified to succeed An appointment will probably be made though it is not the different interests can tde new ok the kansas 1,'nited States Judge sitting at in pursuance of the on dation ot W. J. Player and T. A. representing the and Wallace representing the New York committee of and A. L. representing the K. P. railroad appointed Sylvester T. of Kansas the present auditor of the to be receiver of the Kansas This appointment is claimed as a victory for the present as opposed to Jay and will result in breaking up the present combination and pooling with the Union Pacific It is also claimed as a part of the compromise that J. P. Usher shall be retained as one of the general of the The order directs that all the general shall be transferred to the State of One party that Smith will not make a the that he will comply with the order of the both in the letter and the spirit ot the The appointment has been the that Samuel J. Tilden is engaged to be married to a St. belle and that the will take place within three THE weekly Wo indebted to Lyndi Wright i of Kansas tor the reliable review of the grain iu our homo markets during the week past have been attended by rapid fluctuations varying at times during the trading from lin a In creasing stocks in sight and further failures of large shipping houses in Eugland have been made the factors by the clement ot any reaction to a higher range of The markets in spring have advanced fully 2c a bushel since our last and winter which has suffered leas than has advanced Liverpool advices quoted wheat firmer and to six to one shilling per quarter with a continued good demand toi tho The previous of damaged wheat are fully borne out by the deliveries in French home much ot which is so unfit for food as to be is there any improvement from previous reports of Russian which has been pouring into Marseilles from the Black Out of stocks now at this port and estimated at 8,000,000 bus. not more than is considered to be sound milling Shipments of our best qualities on arrival in French ports go immediately into and French stocks have at no point been increased Ijy wheat though Franco has received an immense part of the 04,000,000 bus. shipped our shores during the past thirteen The of our winter wheat continues to attract the greater attention and later in the must command a greater premium f reports the The first shipments threshed from the stock produced an unfavorable on tho but later of grain that has passed through the sweat in the excellent color and has none ot that toughness that made so much ot the rejected This will strengthen confidence in our spring wheat in foreign The question of future values we still in our previous review -is one under the control ot our own At a time when commercial disaster is unsettling values ot productions throughout Great and prices of breadstuffs have found a level not known before for nearly a score ot will wo continue to on present market our surplus or withhold for a later and certain appreciation in values at interior points during the past week have fallen off and a reduction from 11,035,074 bus. to 9,803,043 bus. Foreign markets are reported sixpence per quarter Our home are The prospects ot a tree movement of the new crop during tho next month and afterward prevents any values of this cereal there has been an improvement ot Ic a Exports for the week were light and movement from producers hands to market the same as during previous slight improvement in prices of thia grain haa taken place in sympathy with all feeding stuffs and a generally lighter - Kansas No. 3, No. 2, 71''4c. for tho 24c. No. 31o No. 2, 18o Live Colorado native firstname.lastname@example.org. Colorado Texas Native General 60r80c per On per choice 17o; 18c; 12c. per 11 from 30@36c. Sweet from per 75o email@example.com. 83%c; 84%e. 3i;^c; 32c; 81.J^c cash and 82^0 SiVe Dec. 34Xc 33|^@33%e. Rod winter 87o 88Ve 88i^c Now No. 2 93c; No. 8 95@96c; No. 2 red 95e@*l.03. 47c; No. 3,43}^c; No. 2, quiet at firm at 48>^c 8a 981-19, The Theory of the Propagation aud Spread of Froni the Professor Joseph 0. of the of delivered learned lecture last evening before the Social Science Association on the subject of The hall of the Col lege of at Thirteenth and Locust was comfortably The lecture rather too technical to be interest to tlie general The Pro fessor had prepared for the benefit of members of the press an covering fourteen pages of The following is a summary of what the Professor The germ theory professes to account for the of yellow typhoid by attributing them to the more or less mechanical by masses of spores or mycelial developing in tho and in the Tlie lecturer did not think that it was proved that tho minute vegetable organization discovered in connection with contagious diseases were the but expressed the belief that it would bo prov ed at no distant He reviewed chief evidences in favor of the germ and quoted from several eminent foreign pathologists who have lately advocated this and paid a to Pro Tyndall for tlie good work ho has accomplished in awakening popular at tention to the connection between dust consists largely of and dis The lecturer thought that general benefit would result from it being understood by woman that the contagion of yellow fever typhoid scarlet is probably composed of exceedingly minute called spores of one of the dots or periods upon page might contain over fifty Each one of these fifty millions of seeds is under favorable of re producing its kind with almost able So for ex of 1-rof. Letzerich is really the morbific agent causing a particle of the grayish false membrane which appears in the throat of patients ill with this although no bigger than the dot contain separate seeds enough to infect every inhabitant of the whole continent ot North Tho obvious from these strengthen the of that every effort should be made to prevent these morbific germs from being lot and when they have made their escape to destroy all spores likely to come in contact witli unprotected Each individual affected with or any other of the mentioned is. according to this to be looked upon as a sort of hotbed or forcing house for the seeds or spores of that The lecturer said that one of the most mischievous popular which a general acceptance of the gorm theory would necessarily is the belief that and other contagious maladies often without previous exposure to the of The germ theory teaches that every new case of contagious is the offspring of a preceding case and the direct result of exposure to the chance of having tlie spores in the exposure which it only required sufficient foresight and care to Ill regard to its importance is only by its For such contagious and it Avoid cost the entrance into of living spores or seeds of Sanitary authorities in order that they may shut out or kill every one of those actually visible or even tangible seeds ot disinfection and prolonged detention of with disinfection or total destruction of goods from infected is the of tho many at tlie expense of tho The Plan of Tlie Chinese plan of paying the doctor a stipulated to keep one well instead of feeing him after one is is practiced with iu some parts of this A of has for two years past entered into an arrangement with some patients Ijy which he is hygienic suggesting preventives of If one of these patients becomes ill tho doctor visits him at half Tho Chinese physician under similar receives no compensation and his regular salary ceases until the patient It will bo seen that Springfield is not quite up to tho Chinese standard in the way of furnishing inducements to doctors to prevent instead of to cure the plan is an improvement on the ordinary system which requires that other people must fall sick or the doctor must The Medical and Surgical Reporter recommends the suggestion which the experiment and points out that by adoption the physician acquires a knowledge of his patient's system and habits of often a matter of importance to It is suggested as an improvement on the Springfield plan that whore oho of the doctor's charges falls ill through the deliberate violation of the hygienic principles impressed upon he should pay foes instead of the half rates which he would otherwise be Some From the New York A very curious chapter might the contrast between many noted localities and the name which they a contrast bo glaring in many cases as to suggest a prophetic irony on the part of those who named Salem afterward lengthened into harmonizes ill with the associations of a spot which has witnessed the multiplied horrors of the three bloodiest sieges in Tlie now one of the great monuments of civilization in its highest with which its site once The muddiest of Asiatic rivers is styled and Russia's oldest city is still Now Town in of its rank as capital of newly founded state in 879. an abbreviation of the Greek words polis looks anything but august at with its crumbling and long lines of roofless now for the lowest originally took its name from Prince and the capital of which stands in the midst of a clayey and contains not a single stone which been brought from a bears the unaccountable title of A nugget is reported to been found at British where the gold yield is Tramps in the south are burning where the proprietors will not pay them a dollar a for picking The United States will probably have a surplus of 120,000,000 bushels of wheal from the crop of 1878 available for export to The savs it is all a mistake about Longley killing He killed only and yet they hanged him for such a Pious people have in contemplation the erection of a memorial chapel in the as a The stock is to be floated by the No less than thirty with their ni the the six It singular fact that for the eight months ending Aug. 31 we imported only 125,000 of railroad iron from Great the imports of beer and ale amounted to They have fiat money in Buenos and prices of clothing run as suits of children's suits a gold dollar there is worth in The reports the of gold in paying quantities by two experienced miners in Battle at the foot bridge crossing at British northwest A youngster of 6 eloped with a little girl the other and went as as where the couple got lost in the labyrinth of and were finally sent the with Wie exception ot liave government their acquiescence in the assumption of the title of by the prince of A man suffering from delirium into the river the other day to rescue a couple of imaginary persons that he thought were and had to bo helped out A Providence swindler coolly sold a house to which he had no and received for tlie forged owner first learned of the sale when the supposed purchaser ordered him to wove A at to sell his sale of live comprising not less than 140.000 with unlimited right of The trick succeeded y. Thirty deserters the Mexican army came to Rio Granilo City in two days and more are The soldiers say they have no and but little to and have never been paid a cent. Of the immigrants who arrived in New York during 2,428 were from 2,0.77-from and 1,41.5 from TO from and from A gentleman of is negotiating for the purchase of a ranch in Los Angeles He proposes to bring over a colony of fifty each of whom is to contribute 000 to a common A negro 70 years of age and weighing over throe hundred passed through a few days on bound for lumber districts of During the past summer he has walked all the way from The N. notes a demand for farm and adds more farms have changed hands in the Granite State during the past nine months than during any other period of the same length for the past two hundred Says London who are best able to pronounce an impartial judgment on its assumed merits and are of the opinion that we shall speedily have to abandon it. The island the most pestilential in the A little hero of C Charles of while in his father's yard near the a few days heard the cry of a child in the current was he iu up to his and after a hard pulled the baby to the Lewis the noted South Carolina was married at midnight in the mountains to Miss Aveline sister of Amos who was killed by tho revenue and whose death led to the conflict of authority between the State and United States thousand Lombard peasants have been attacked by a malady with the impairs the digestion and nervous and becomes It is produced by the habitual consumption of flour made from damaged maize and by and unhealthy Sir Charles Whetham on the 28th elected by the livery of London and the court of aldermen lord mayor for the ensuing He is 66 years a flax and hemp chairman of the National Provident the Metropolitan and tho London and Blackwall Railway The new constitution of provides for the following a reduction of 2."j per of state attorney superintendent of judges of the circuit and 12,250. All tho clergymen of Washington have united in signing an address to the expensive funerals aa ' an to be deplored under any as subtle source of social and national and especially so iu times of bereavement and in the that solemn reprover of human pride and An electric light on the tower of the Maryland says the Baltimore is so strong that anyone possessed of good eyesight can easily read the fine typo of that or the time from the face of a watch at two miles A that enables one to tell the time of night on a watch two miles distant must be pretty Part of the edge of the cone of Mount Vesuvius has given Prof. Palmieri is having a kind of bulwark of scoria constructed around the of sufficient solidity to considerable resistance in case of an At Monte four shocks have thrown down houses aad rendered one hundred and thirty-two
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