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   Lawrence Journal World (Newspaper) - November 26, 1892, Lawrence, Kansas                                VOLUME NOVEMBER NUMBER 286 j r ui Couui u Uuntaa Wud li I iU ii Kmci Wiidt CO U is T if Uccvja 1U1 UiCAli licrucr U liueialls f Jiuoro Al l I Onli AiiUikiii Ai LA W JOHN AlTOKJSbV AT Boouia Ifio anil Huimin Mali aaJ naiuM t ATiUlOlEi AT fJJiL AM fuUNADU ci ALL Ui i Or A LM JL Vv Oi a DEN i SliroXU ell JufiiNAL Munthly Ila o iUalrd lourlli i uve CKV i GROSS TONSORIAL llwr I la tililst Ladifs and Childrens Hair llrcssiiig A 4ne Neil o DEALEK IN Loose and Baled Vvrocd ind Coal Cjurt n WHY NOT TRY A TEA Mstle of rivl hy i lor SICK Grandmas Wonder Tea ISTUE TEA TO Pries 25 Ceels at All Reel Estate FIRE UFE ACCIDEHT M FIRST Cull Over Orug MONEY TO LOAN OS CITT ASD COUNTHY THE OHIO HE HAS NO A Lone Bandit Gleans Out a Pri vate Bank at San The Most Darint of The Banker IB Forced to Hand Over the Money at the Pciiit of a j Customers Stood lu in V Terror Stricken tlie III the llEiik Hint Intel j liueut Ueftcriptlnn of the Fear Kobrr Aflrr Had j Mounted IIU and of daring ever per jMt rated in this territory occurred at i San a smith of this city j lat AVhile Jasper runs a private bank nml iii iis in of IM lie tlirini hialtimitm 1 Mr ati to tlu j pady nev tinre I i tlicn of tue into one in tMMore at in lime hniU llny wi re all terror st ami tint an inti1 Iff aiil a anin little uf rapturing the NATIONAL In view the i taat Iresiiient in his next saue to a reeoniiiuiiriatiill to the estalilishment a na tiniiai ihief lio luireau of stalistics lias submitted to the president eertaiu ob upon the in holds that as the government has assumed entire charge of one of the prin eipal infeetioii from the ihol rra andlike it must likewise take fall charge of the seaboard quar Me iites a story to show that it is within tlie constitutional of to do this and proceeds to give whv it shoui le He that the state ouar antntr to embarrassing eon of as was glar ingiv illiitraleii ill the events of last fall in He also holds that lhslate quarantines nre I iv th of from ships in New York harbor and the of cholera in the cityof lu Ximiuo estimates of a complete national iiiiarantilie at whiih is very less than the amount now un fairly exacted from vessels by state 4 nu THE UNGUARDED Walter TalkIn Way Thut liiy Onouil the Thanksgiv ing dinner in the Kaiscrhof William U alter United States ambassa made some remarks eoncerning 1rMOe ilisinarek whicii have excited ral astonishment ami Ihelps went out of tiucourse of his address to say that the Illitcd States tl the table remembered with the friendly attitude by the exchancellor r native anl their The unity anl iory of the lier Ihcljis llismarus Ilis respected today by the Uow n ItriiiucrallT Klector thr ICvui lrilnlily Due to a It now ap pears as though Ohio may have intend ed to have cone for Cleveland by a Last the state BUitistioians ia Columbus eompleted their election count upon Indi vidual presidential It shows that Lorenzo IX the republican elector for the Eleventh is defeated by James whose name appears first on the lit of Seward voles and Vickers It is thought the reason why Seward obtained so many more votes than his democratic fellow electors lies in the Australian plan of balloting in use in To vote a straight democratic ticket under this plan formerly was necessary only to place a cross opposite the democratic at the head of the list of This year owinjf to the tendency of voters to drop down one line ia their marking and desig nate the name of the first can thus erroneously voting for the law was amended to di rect that the crosses for straight ticket must be placed in circles printed for that purpose at the top of the It was feared from the first that many would neglect to comply with the new regulation and would place their marks at the side of the ticket nt thinking to vote it Sewards election is taken as evi dence that thierror wamade by many voters in It is argued that the cross was placed bcide his name by many ivho supposed that thereby voting the straight demo theiwere Tilting only for If this be tlie though it can never he enough voterin I Ihio drired tovote forllrovcr Cleveland and to carry the state by the plurality that Seward The abstractof tive counties have been sent back for correction and it is possible that thev may imperil two other republican of the Twentieth and Luther of the mar gin of plurality is DISASTROUS A Freight Intti Cam Left lli Xov dis astrous wreck on the Indiana polis of the at Har vey City and Iriejit train M going east sfilled on of the Lraies oil t he The train was cut in and a part of i on th main about three quarteroi a mile east uf the Train west was at the top of the hill to meet and when tiie tirst part of train 4 had the supposing Ihe entire truin had started down the There were no lights on that part of si left standing the main track and the engineer did not see it until he was within a few hundred feet of IVcanse of the steep the train was under such headway that it could not be the was instantly killed and and Harry head were severely prubably fatally WICHITA llullrtlu IM M showing n a fully as they we whv iiave made remarks is a His tu iheimperor were iivd to exceptionally Walker JnKKiisox wife of Pu the died in this eilv night of She has Ken declining in health rap the past six months and her death was not unexpected She years of age and was tiie daughter of and of The remains were taken there yesterday for bur She leaves besides her a daughter ajred 11 and a son aged Great sympathy is felt here for He has been it hiwifes bedside unceasingly and waunubie on that account to take any part in the political campaign just 1 The fresh ets hemmed a party of miners in in the mountains east of and on account of their exhausted condition they were unable to Ret to the trans port and obtaiu a new supply of Kelt and uf are the only ones of fifty who for to get The others the route from sheer exhantion ami want of food and it is feared they in the survivors hail scarcely any Klllrd liy n a trader at in the Cherokee arrived here last night with a sevenfoot which he hail killed a few miles south of the Wednesday evening the animal ap peared at Hopkins and killed an Indian Simmons pursued the animal to its Into 4 south bound passenger train on the Houston Texas Central railroad was wrecked between Waller and Cedar The whole train went into the ditch except the engine and one Two are re ported killed and a number hurt All trains were delayed eight following is a comparative showing the in aid by theeensiiof lau of capital nnmUr of hands wages value of materials value of pop assessed municipal lor of industries re CJ of establishments 107 hands cost mat via I mis SJ7 Valllc of asscsed municipal GOOD REASONS A ItUliop Some IlilUK I I of the Methodist Episcopal church in his thanksoivinir ser mon injected politics fitoiigli to maki the ditoiirsc In answer to the lor What Should We lie he said As we can all join in this As you can thank IHH for what yon have just As you can thank ml for what you have As third you can thank tlol for what you hope to gel here As yin can thank for the grace of hopefulness and perseverance under As mugwumps you can that if you are you are als i As nativelxirn you can thank Dod that were Ixirn in this land of Asforeignlwrn you may thank od that you made your way to this country of your choice and your As white you can rejoice that you are the chil dren of One As colored von can rejoice that you are also the children of Let us join in a thanksgiving and let its mel ody roll all over the NEBRASKA A Combination of ItulrprndenU and Dem ti Koretttnll n Krpulillettn is stated that steps have been taken by the democratic state committee to prevent the republicans unseating a sullicient number of independents and democrats in the legislature to control that body joint ballot thus return a repub lican Initeii Suites Evidence has Ken submitted to the various mcailiers to indicate an or ganized effort on the part of the repub lican suite central committee to pre vent a sutbcient number of votes in the senate to make their senatorial choice certain of The legislature stands dem ocrats republicans independents 14 democrats republicans independents On joint ballot the republicans require five to and contests have been begun to seat re publicans enough to elect a United States Wnttrnon and nit Kxlrn Watterson in an interview last night said he did not think an extra session of congress would be called next but that an extra sesxion called to meet next October would lx a wise BLUE TO SEE HIM IS The Impression Now Prevails that tna Days of the ExSecretary lie has Another Sinking i A Picture of Death aud as White Aa the Pillow on Which His Condition Excites There to ba Good Baaion for fur Boon Iatunt Abe to More Slalne ami Family will MHHT lhaa that of NEW llcraldo Washington epeciul liluine hud another bud attack last aud for a i niriiiie wus in Johiisoa and Hyatt wirc Kiiminoni und iiflir u lime Nllcceciled ill AliBolunlv no infor niation i f n dilliule diameter can lie ob lihiin will IILVIT will Ill mc him is mi intiiinilc fiicnd loniclit is Ihe picture of dcnlh ami as while the 1illou on which i ioinlilion ronliniKH U ix nlr Ihe previous slati incuts of the family mul ulltiiiling plijh rian Unit nothing mrioiis tli inuttir with As noon nlllnini is aide he will lenve Washington lake up their rcbidcnrc for u time in n warmer climate limn this It 18 inider etood been so Kelvil us the most miitahle place for the mid that Hluinc und family will go tiltre next cturting ulmut the tirst of the anil traveling hy tusy stages through the south und west liy way of the Snutliuin There appears to he good lea alarm in the rase of the invalid Operators Want graph operators on the line of the liig iour are anxiously the oflieiierul IVck con Ihe dcmaniU madebylhem on November is expected tlnil Suptr Peck ami hij division assistam will hold a conference today in Indina p lo sitinitioii and deter mine u timrse tf Ah ml 15 pet nl of Ihe iipernliira empkiytd liy the IJiir Four are memhers of the Order of anil should the company fail to compy with the de mands of the operulorfl a strike if no or liiiary is likely to If a ittrike in declared it in said the rngin und will The Collirtloii an imclini held at Plymouth hunh Inn night Lymnit Abbnt iinvid Unit tiniiniiiiul collcciioii foi foreign miiniiiim be p lill one week from next when s should he in pewa and Unit ul should go to the Xovtn nnssion unhHii olherwiHe Ameruiin hoard of inioiniiH sonic vcaS ninre ilnii wiis hope for the ami toils inercy for him ended aldestli tint Ihe belief of the Plymouth i In iiie uction Piiejtllfle of tlincii pugilistic Inrns Ihouirht towards Ihe mill m Monday at Coney This it bound lo be a hard for men nre yniug in on their ptepiiru tory woik for all liny urc Cos lelio in nl his lighiini duel IregciiiB mid to he pounds He will now have in null nnd lo withstand lie biitleimg ruins of Ihc llriLsiiih hus a clear record of winning The only time he failed to land llrst inuncy wuB in his buttle with his prospective antagonist with whom lie foimht a tirritlc ending in a Cheap Eli nrMnn XKW Sfi Line iissocintion and Southern Kailway and Sieatnship association announce excur sion of one and onethird fare to nil attending the Nicarauean Canal convention on November and December A a aged of was run over in the railroad here yesterday morning und mangled badly he will Bright came to Sedaliu from where ho had been employed on the Kansas Texas he went to sleep un der a pansenger truin at the depot and when the train pulled out was run Itrlef of tlie cabinet remained in session yesterday only lif teen there being no business of importance requiring and the heads of departments desiring to continue work on their annual IVior to the cabinet meeting the presi dent received Senator of Arkan sas SolicitorGeneral of the and Mural llDrnlne Mine Hanked firo in the Klossburg coal mine is still raging but is now well banked up and will probably be eondned to a compara tively small portion of the The 100 who were for a time hemmed in by the have all es caped safely except an name who was taken out badly burned and U in a critical ivitication Kansas slightly Tariable BUIIXIM MTKRPRtlkX DIIDI ITwklr Tradt Etflfw KtorU IhlK NEW Pun Oxs weekly review of trade says The announcement that Told would be ex ported though not in large hax not necessarily as much meaning as many Foreign exchange does not yet justify and movements not warranted by the state of exchange may be due to tem porary and trifling The condition of business throughout the country appears with the volume of trade greater than in any previous At Boston the trade is prospects are considered excellent and money is easy at lower At Philadelphia trade In general is fair ly Money is easier from lack of demand and U expect ed to be easier than usual for the coming At Baltimore a slight increase is acen in the local de mand for goods the supply of money is ample and the caution shown in southern dealings has been justified by excellent collections this At Cincinnati cigar manufacturing does welt Trade is good at though not changed In iron la close with active At Detroit money is in strong but Iron U volume of trade at Chicago U satisfactory and collections are good with money in currency Ixiiijf wanted for the He eeipts of broom corn are more than iloulilf last of butter SO per cent with slight decreases in cattle and while in hides and oata the decrease ia 10 per in dresscd tieef and wool per in Inrd and rye W per and In wheat and aeeda 40 prr cent Trade at Milwaukee la stimulated In all lines and money In pood At Minneapolis and Paul there is a food with collec tions The Minneapolis Hour output is against lust and the lumber mar ket U M the cutting being 000 the largest on Trade at tuiiihn m very active with collections TiHjd and money At Denver trade is with fair collections and at Salt Lake letter than iv year At Kansas City live stock receipts are but gram receipts and at Su Louis local trade is improved by more favorable llusinesa at Memphis has slightly as also at Little Trade ia improving at New with money much easier and cotton and sugar very In speculative markets cotton has absorbed interest because of the enormous amounting to nlxmt or near ly the entire crop in two broken and one full The sales this week have been bales and the price has advanced with small signs of the reactions which such a movement generally Low crop estimates now prevail at the south on the ground that frost has done much Wheat is comparatively with through rates of 1 cent de cline and corn and oatH are un changed with small Pork products are pork and lard threefourths 1 if a cent Coffee is also stronger by onehalf cent The condition of great industries is decidedly In general manufactures promise to have no between spasona The wool en mills are busy and sales of wool greater than a year with smaller The cotton industry Is thrlv In iron the market remains firm with large orders for structural Money has lieen steady nt 4 per the treasury having added slightly to circulation liy issuing more KxiKirts hero for three weeks fall 17 cent Iwliiw Inst and are much but last years excess of ill Novemler was so vast that some excess is probable this Stiuks have IKMII de clining cents to fl per Hut there is no sign of COSTLY RESIDENCE N nf The the elegant and coatly resi dence of Cornelius IB a smoldering of Illackenod and crumbling walls of brick and heapa of are all that remain of the pala tial which for years has been num bered among Newports largest and fin est The lire also destroyed the valuable contentsof the including wearing apparel and rare and eostlv articles of every de The tire was discovered by Yanderbilt The character of the furniture and the decorations may be judged from the fact that in a single hall were hung tapestries esti mated to be worth or The jewels and other valuables are Estimates place the loss at largely To ICcaeh meeting of the stalwart democratic state central committee will beheld in this city next A number of the leaders of the fusion democrats will attend and it probable that both factions will de cide that it will be politics to no longer permit a dividing line in the democracy of Kansas to The feeling engendered in the campaign has in this short time been in a great measure eliminated and there is a dis position among all democrats to let by poues be and reunite upon the nrinciales of The first candidate for Halls position as labor commissioner of Missouri has made his The applicant is II uf and he has al ready obtained the support of the lead ing of and other towns near his He was circulating his petition among Sedalia patriots The reports that the illness of Blaine is very serious are emphatically denied by his who says that his distinguished patient will soon be all right An Kl raao EL Cos til lo was hanged at after noon in the jail Deputy Sheriff Lyons cutting the Within seven teen minutes he was pronounced It is claimed that Juror who was recently scot to jail in Chicago for is and a movement for his pardon is on The three negroes who murdered En gineer George Lawaon at have been arrested and have confessed their guilt THREE OF THEM Thoy are Identified CM Partloipanta ID a Bank Robbery at Accused of Many Other The Immigration Laws now Being Considered by a Senate Decapitation of Office Prom Pnacnt Conference at Berlin Will A4jonrn oat the Solution of that Ore men arrested near Arlington last night on charge ot a bank at lioilyn last September are members of a baud of outlawi who have been committing crimes all over Ihc men ed are aud ry The three men were lileulitled who was in the bank at Ike time of hv They look nu of the terrorizing the 111 habilkntn in Ihc row boy and shoot iug out of The prinonern own a iniall ranchv on hich they reside and are owners of coiiiidcrahle both horses and cat are supposed to be a gang who ruhbcd the Kntcrprisc Cily bank in Wai lulu about five Years anil another bank near It is thounlil thai Ihe recent robbery on the Northern Pacific was committed by the same aa some of them are missing from their The residents in the vicinity of the camp headquarters are su iotimidnted bv them that they are afraid lo render uny assistance in their capture or give any More arrests are ixpeclcd lo WholVkHle DccaplAllon morning paper prints the following special from Albany What is alleged to be a whole sale of Albany county sympathisers of Cleveland aud con sequent opponents of ilill began to day when John an active lieutenant of the leader lierrick in ibis received notice that his services would not be rt quired after December Mastcrson has been chief clerk in the stale engineers office since at a salary of Lately he has been very energetic in defeating Chairman Mur phys scheme to capture the county aud that activity hai ended in his decapita As secretary of a county commit he wits present al a meeting a week ufler when Mayor Congressman Tracy and Senator Iarkcr were appointed lo proceed lo Ihe governor and ask thai Ihe headi of cerlain lirino crals be cut oIT for alleged tratilorui conduct on election Governor Flower informed the committee thai the mailers rralcd with the beads of the ComliUr ng NKW United Slalcs senate us on unmiira lion of which Sonator of New is wai lo have held a scislou There wai no nllhiniKli nix it ninmini lutd of the rommiltcc met and held an Informal talk Senator Chan dler said the tlril session of the cnmrail leu would bu held Monday or Senator Faulkner said he wtia in favor of resurrecting and panning a bill which was parsed last year but hunt up in the conference committee of holh This bill decteed thai all mani foil ihould be madu on olher lide inntead of in Ibis country BO that all undcuirahle persona could he stopped from nailing instead of being allowed to siiland then be detained al this It is certain lhal all members of the com miltcc faTorcd a more rigid enforcement 1 Ibo existing immigration Sena tor Chandler baa expressed himself as in favor of the stoppage of immigatiou for a certain period wilb certain provisions and savs he will advocate tills opinion before the Will a meeting of the montlary conference was held to Ihc adjournment yesterday being unlil The proposals of Alfred De one of the English will be made The gen eral expectation centers on the plan thai will be ut forward by Uelegales are snnguine that it will form the basis for the eolution of the ques tion before the On the olher declare lhal in view of the position taken by uc German and Austrian delegates and probable attitude of UrilUh Ihe Conference is cerlain to and it will only be a waste of lime lo prolong be To With secretary of the inlerior has appointed a commii lioner to reopen negotiationi wilh the Shotbone and Arapahue Indiani in Wy oming for the surrender to the United Statei of cerlain portions of their reser vation and to negotiate with the Flat Bead and confederated iribei m Montana under the proviiiona of the act of July ii staled at the while house this morning the venerable Scott much and that family were much encour aced at the favorable change in bin COD The president and member of hii household are much depreaaed at the condition of the president1 father They realize that he may die now at any CONDENSED KaUer William had a A rood oil well has been struck at Them waa no roast turkey In the St Louis workhonae The Mutual Oat plant at has been sold for Charles a per ished In a blizzard near There was a screre sleet storm at lasting all Three men were killed by a collision between two freight trains on the Pan handle in Ice in the river delayed grinding in the Minneapolis so that the weeks output was the smallact in three Sir John Abbotts resignation as premier of Canada has been accepted by the Sir John Thomp son was called upon to form a new MARKET City Un KAKSAS W aalppwl IK markaira lowing an DBsaain assr am surrino Lirrs Rio I to MM COWS AND 8 US 138 701 5 K7S ilO i ma tn 4 6 8 27 MS UK tie tot tit na Ml Ml KB iw 7W KB 7M L16 TIXAR AN ISD1AK TSXAK AMU INDIAN OOW1 7MIIW 77J 7K3 Hit M M AND I NL9J HiJ 1H 1LIO U1I 6 10 Writ 871 ISO 711 tut WO Sa A Bl I Imll MCM i loo 10 calx it 7 Ml 0 ftft 1 I I 1 since Iblpprd Thr market cloning followlnz ara rspro salpff 71 S7 W7i 78 SI6 SS74 10 547 ZI4 64 71 41 H 61 54JJ SheepRecelpu Tbo markat atiiady for good and weuk lor other The following are reprenenlallve SI SB 961 8 461 91 IB toJay and omcial 918 shipments listt about quality only Market active but prices fully lOo Sales ranged at for light for rough for mixed or heavy packing and ahlpplng low today anil 000 official shlpmentl Market weak and prices 5Qioo two 1000 official Bhlpments Markat quiet aad prices IxnU Market Market lower 16 4a5 Mi Market Arm and Kansas City Uraln wheat KOHc blither by sample to The wero Soft wheat sold slowly and feeling waa had tew for and nothing waa done In round lulu were Quoted follows II hard Na 3 nurd MHO57HO 4 hard rejected hanl I red MOOIVie rod 4 reil M a somewhat firmer feeling In com without any distinct Improvement In are Increasing slowly Closing cash were Na i No 3 Na It 3 33it33He 33c 4 JlnastHo no grade quoted nominally at Shippers palil 17o rlrer and S9c for 1 mlied were Cash were I Na Na Mo Na 2 W j Na 3 Rye steady Na Na 3 at 46o No 4at43v aleadv aeraplInK to billing on the o pure small luu 2c Irsn Ilran steady accordlnf to 100lb market Quo tations are IK60 750 clovnr per rnncy good to low Chicago cintln Mud f EV OromMlHlfhiit Corn Oata Jan IIV K 35 II Hi 0 in H 674 8 61 7 40 7 42U 7 Si 314 MS U 14 6H 1170 0 K H50 7 60 7 65 7 O txjwm 71V 41 H IS 0 14 36 14 6tl 8 40 8 M 7 40 7M It K6 14 9 40 8 M BOO 7 50 7 S 7 115 LODU nv ODD ba Nontn Cura 3tc 31o sic Mew York ha BXo IX 41c aia City firm strictly tISc re dull weak eitra Mo good to S3Q26c atora iUady 2to ISftAo roll HcaTy chickens un I5o each and per Heary fairly eftto iprlnn HQ7a Large more Dm KOOOttO KM per bbL Ufht more arm New York DW 10 per bbL IH per Ion llfbt MkBHe Tie per UiiftLTt per owl per noeto per Ural Ufht npply Brm TIHATto per ba firm 60o yel TOQWa per ba Katlera hand II per ba not ID per Btrlnf Me Wo per Going to Buy a Watch If buy that etnnot be The ooiy thietproof Wttcha an OMM wfch Hens the Idea The bow IUB a AcoUar rnai down pcadnt ttn and fits iota firmly lacklnc tba bow to the Uuit auwot tw To be sure of getting that the out is stamped with this tnde lIRfc It cannot be had with any other Ask your jeweler for or Knd for one to the famous Bon Filled Case KeystoneWatch Case BUBTNBBS Oldtit ftkttaul Buk la H AmiCaibUr Capital SuTplui James Mar hew mark banklni for LawrenceNationalBank United States a general banking and of exchange all tbe principal DIRB47TOKS I blward B Oelcbmuta U WALTKR Aast Judge Attorney or Bu MERCHANTS Loan and Savings Vice MAUl Aiel Caiblu loterost Pali 01 Waikins National IADL K Ant a W Paul ttaTlnn Dopart men t OepualU layi on all principal of Ire REAL ESTATE GLEASON Hdridgt EOOM Oor If wuh to buy Farm or Cltj call and eeo our If you wish to borrow we canfurniih I at very ow in lumi of from to NIC THE WELL KNOWN PRACTICAL IIu at lUlbuti 730 A TAILOR n U prvpuM to do all of UUorUc hy lirgt clvfl carrying ft lice of MmplM of and goodfl A call will JOHN CHARLTON General Torndo ail IIu bait over twenty TMrv MM rtllltiln rntr OfDfe 712 HagsadnuelU Who wellkamra of In tad other a SPECIAL COLLECTOR Hu opened an offlce it MAB8ACHU8BTT8 Cr wd to come utf tee Btlai your Old moel Will tin rat farm tad   

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