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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - November 4, 1879, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                VOL XV NO 122 FIRE INSURANCE Oa 03 Merctiamlise and all Classes of Properly LIFE INSURANCE Conn Mutual Mutual Life New Yo COOPERATIVE LIFE INSURANCE For all Classes High or Low Rich or Poor Male or Female w ther Members of any Society or not ACCIDENTAL INSURANCE Travelers insurance Co Hartford F ilATKS CO LITEST BY TELEGRAPH ASSOCIATED PllESS DISPATCHES Calamities Made Endurable AGENT FOU TIIK ftiTslers Ule and Accident Insurance Coitany Of Hart ford Conn All forma of Accident Policioa written either Ttj Uia day wook month or year at nhort no Ofllcoin Ohise A Block Titusvillo Tliaotsiiviii Proclamation Issued Hayes TITOSV1LIJB V NOVEMBER 4 1879 WHOLE NO 5112 NEW SPRING TRUSS Gen Shermans Annual Report Interesting Statistics Concerning the U S Army DETAILS OFTHE INDIAN WAR A High For Hernia or Rupture tho Rupturo with greater ease to tho patient than any other brPiiymians to b Snoenor Tribute Paid Thorn burg to Major Phis uut represents tho Pad without tha belt Vote the position and ohapo of the ahapcd spring by which a constant but eary upward pressure in given to tho Pad when adjiistel ATo MareJSoily Spring Trusses lo Gallanil Rust No Elaatic Manila lo I rear Out A Perfect Appliance for the If of The Now Spring Pad Truss ban been de vised for the purpoao of giving permanent re lief to all who aro nQlicled with Abdominal Hernia in a ny of itf forms It is now and im portant invention fur tho relief of Itupture anil if properly adjusted it will invariaUv retnin tht benua and give groat comfort to patient As compared witti the old dtylo body spring appliances it u aclcnowlodgod by tUo moat BKUled Biugooiu in tho countrv 33 bciiiR far lunorior tha New Spring PadTniiM id hold to its place securely by a belt of lino uonolfistic web Mug and BO completely nud cnmforinbly is tbr honua retained that tho wearer is in a short tune uncoiiBcious of its prenonce ITor fialo oidy bj E PllLIIPs Apolhvcary 24 Spring St Titusvillo Pn Firnt door oist uf American Hotel Private RooiYis for Fitting Trusses WOULD LIKE PiraiODTir Itul Oct 5 1377 Herman Bocchur Oberlin O O When I was in Obio I bnughl of Dr Fenners lilood and Liver licniud Xsrvo Tonij tit your utoro I iiCVcr tool anything that did no HO much good in so linn time I would to iot Homo more of it ia 1 ennnot find it here Will you jilunnii let TOI know what I can go onehajf dozou hattlon for obligo vonra truly MART MEDBOURX Dr Fenners Blood ami Liver Romudy and Norro Tonic may woli bo called The Conquer ng Hero of tlio It a tho modiuinal tri umph of tho ago Wlioovor lias tin bluoa should talio it foit rogulatea and rejtorea thi disoniorod avrtonr that tiivea to thoir Ii alwRya cured liiliousncas and Liver Complaint Junndice Dyiputia Conttipation Fever nud Ague SpioonEiilargoiuonts Scrofula EryaipeluH Wmple lliatchCH and rill Skin Erup tions aud Blood Didordori Swelled Umbs and Slcopleisnoi3 luipairod Nervod ana Nervous liability rostorej lleah nnd strength whoa tho Nyiitcm u ruiming down or going into declino euro Fcmulu Weuknona and Chronic niidninatUin and relievos Chronii BronchitLi and aU Lang and Throat It doe these Uiinga by otriking nt tho root of diseac IIK removing its cnusca Dr Fenners Improved Cough Honey will re 0ivo any congli in otuhour Dr Fennors Golden Holicf cnres any pain nt Tootlmcho Neuralgia Colic or Hoadacho in five to thirty minutes and readily relieves lUiLunii Msin ICidney Complaint Dnirrhisa Dysontorj Dr FonnorH St Vitiu Dnnco Spfcitlc Ont Ad WASHINGTON Thanksgiving Proclamation WASHINGTON October 3 Tho following proclamation was issued by tho President today At no recurrence of tho season which the dovout habit of religious people has made the occasion for giving thanks to Almighty God and humbly invoking His continued favor has tho inaterinl prosperity enjoyed by our whole country been more conspicu ous more manifold or more universal During the post yenr also unbroken pence with all foreign nations the general preva lence of domestic tranquility the supremacy and security of great institutions of civil and religious freedom huve gladdened tin hearts of our people utid confirmed their attach ment to their Government which the wis dom and courage of our ancestors so fitly framed nnd the wisdom nud courage of their descendants have so firmly maintained to be tho habitation of liberty and justice to suc cessive generations Now therefore I Rutherford B Hayes President of the United States do appoint Thursday the 27th day of November inst as a day of National Thanksgiving aud prayer and I earnestly recommend that withdrawing themselves from secular cures aud labors the people of the United States do meet together on that day in their re spective places of worship there to give thanks and prniso to Almighty God for his mercies aud to devoutly beseech thoir con tinuance Iu witness whereof I havo hereunto set my hand and caused tho seal of the United States to be affixed Done at the City of Washington this 3d day ot November in tho year of our Lord oue thousand eight hundred and seventy nine and of the independence of the United States the one hundred and fourth By the President liUTHERFOBD B HjLYSS MM M EVAHTH Secretary of Slate GENERAL BlIEISuVB ANNUAL HEPOBT co tho Secretary of War was completed to lny It is prefaced with the usual tabular rUwavfl cnrea For sale by dealers For salo by E K Thompson ind J K Phillips Titiwville Pa ing Cards Crpy Books Sehoo Satchels Book Straps BOX PAPERS BLAUK BOOKS Full Assortment Just Opened i Mother invoice of tlosa Cheap 95c Express Wagons Receive A few EABVr CARRIAGES on hnnd to be elisel onk at cost I WE 1 1 SOX Chaso it CASH ForWrought nnd Casillron Scran At the EAMES Eames Petrolenm IRON WORKS Tibisvillo Pa Can bo weighed at Worlifl on our now Platform Scales Agont for tho calo of MORNING HERALD In thn Bullion District Bcrringer City Dean City Summit vw and Kennerdcll Ho can bo found Konncrdcll Vonango FOR WE tcmnt Lowry one of my fruidoa and desira you to communicate with me as BOOU aa possible giving me all information in your power in order that I may know what course I am to pursue If practicable moot ma on tho road at tho earliest moment Vary respectfully Your obedient servant T T TUOHNRUKO To this Agoiit Meeker replicB under data of September 27th as follows you aro ou the way hither with United State troops I send a messenger Sir Estridge and two Henry interpreter aud Johu A to inform you that the Indians are greatly eicittd aud wish you to stop at some con venient camping place and then that you and five soldiers of your command come into tho agency when a talk and bettor understand ing can bo had This I ngreo to but I do not propose to order your movements but it soems for tho best The Indians seem to consider tho advance of tho troops as a de ofiratiou of real wur In this I am laboring to uudeceivo tham aud at tho same timo to convince them that they cannot do what over they pleasn The liret object now is to allay apprehension Respectfully N G MEEKEII Indian Agent Under date of September 28th Mnjor Thoruburgh writes to Agent Mooker as fol lows shall move with mand to SOUIB convenient Home and Foreign Gen U 3 Grants Trip Through Iowa Receptions ail Alone tlie Line Heavy Snow Storms in the New England States The Late Senator Chandler Extensive Preparations for the Funeral Wednesday BUSINESS FAILURES IN HEW YORK my entire com mr Clierrrrrce lownfhtp Oak Pino Hemlock uidBaiiwood Lumber P POWEM uguther with such otliceri of the stall as nro assigned by the War Department to duty viih troops constitute the army proper or the combative force All other parts of the jiilitnry establishment are provided by tor service more or less counoctad ivith tho army or milithi but are not availa jie for frontier defenses Thus for instance ne U7 enlisted men of ordnance are in act workmen of arsenals the 1UU men of he engineer corps are at Willois Point i mdorgouug instruction in torpedo practice md are not subject to the division com mander tho 450 men of the signal corps arc employed iu observing the weather or m working telegraphs the orduanco SDigoaatu aave charge of old foils or iiied magazines ne 151 commissary sergeants are in charge jf store 1B7 men are H to wards of hospitals ihu West Point detachment ISO in number is localised at tho Military Aceadorny ths prison guard at Fort Lioaveuworth comijrises seventy men and recruiting detachmeuts jbsorb 1T1U men nt Davis Island Colum jus O and Jefferson BarracksMo These arious detachments aggregating 3403 en listed men of the highest grades compose ULjout onesixth part of inljsLod men provi ded by law for the whole army leaving but JU 7liJ for actual service I mention these jyures in sole detail because I know that it is the popular belief shared by many mem oers of Congress that wo have io000 men on duty I have done all iu my power to re duce these detachments to tho lowest num oer possible so as to ailord more men to our skeleton companiesbut have found it impos oible and 1 notice that similar detachments are reported on all army returns for iif ty years back There nro 4SO companies u tho regular army Twentyfive thousand men would give fiftyeight to each which is iis small as any company should be and I earnestly recommend that you ask Congress to HI legislate that the Ur000 men provided for by law may be allowed exclusively for regiments of the line and that especial pro vision bo made for thesa several detachments as has already been dono for tho signal ser vice The army cannot with justice bo held responsible for the work of 2o000 when so largo a fraction is necessarily diverted to other uses perhaps of equal national im portance The tables nbovo referred to show that tho grand aggregate of tho army roll ia 2187 ollicers nnd J42i2 men in service and 388 officers retired General Sherman devotes a largo part of hia report to tho Ute troubles He intro duces tho subject with a history of the tribe Theee Indians ho says aro of the worst class and occupy the roughest part of our country for farming grazing or for mili tary operations Their management is com plicated by tho fact that their country is Known to possess mineral deposits which at crncta a bold adventurous class of white men They aro very warlike and have no difficulty in procuring on exchange for their deer skins horsea and sheep any amount of lie best rilles and ammunition As long as tho gcjue lasts they will not work or attempt lurmmg except iu tho smallest and most ridiculous way nnd that only by compul sion The report details at some length the his tory of tho well known event leading up to the movement by Major Thomburgs com mand and the detachment of thatoliicer and continues with a knowledge now of tho re sult and to throw as much light on the im mediate cause of thin war in possible I give the last Jettons which passed between tfnjor Thornburg and Mr Moeker and I will here record my judgment that Major Thomburg was an officer oiid gentleman of whom the army has reason to bo proud Ho was a young ardent ambitious of good judgment and no man could have dono bet ier in life nor mot death with more heroism FOHTTFICATION CIMEK Sept 23 1879 Mr Meeker Indian Agent White Itivor Agency obedience to instructions from the General of tho Army I am en route to your agency and expect to atrivu there ou the 2Jth iust for the purpose of affording you any assistance in my power and to mako arreatn nt your suggestions and to hold prisoners such of your Indiane as you desire until investigations aro made by your de partment 1 havo hoard nothing definite from your agency for ton days and do not know what stata of allnirs exists whether the Indiana will leave at my approach or 1 nd tbia by Mr within striking distance of your ageucy reaching such point during the 29th I shall then halt and encamp tho troops and pro ceed to tho agency with my guide and five soldiers as communicated in your letter of tho 27th instant Then and there I will be ready to have a conference with you aud the Indians BO that an understanding may be ar rived at and my course of action determined I have carefully considered whether or not it would be advisable to have my command at a point as distant as that desired by the In dians who wero iu my camp last night aud have reached tho conclusion that under my j orders which require me to march this corn maud to tho ageucy I am not at liberty to leave it at a point where it would not be avail able in case of trouble You aro authorized to say for me to tho Indians that my course of conduct is entirely dependent ou them Our desire is to avoid trouble and we havo not come for war I requested you in my letter of tho Sfith to meet me on the road before I readied tho ageucy I reuew my request that you do BO aud further desire that you bring such chiefs as may wish to accompany you Under date 1 p in September 2iKh Agent Meeker replied DEAR expect to leave iu the rnorn iug with Douglass and Sorrick to meet you Things are pretty peaceable and Douglass Uies the United Stutes flag If you have trouble in getting through tho canon to day let me know We have been on guard three nights and shall be tonight not be cause wo know there is dunsjor but because there may bo I like your last programme it in based on true military principles I give these facts entire because I believe that Major Thoruburg acted from beginning to end exactly right So did Mr Meeker and the crimes afterwards comniittcdrost wholly on the ludians Ths report thou recites evonls incident to tho death of Major Thoruburg tho killing of Lt Wier and tho murder of Agont Meeker and embodies various dispatches aud military orders heretofore relating to subsequent movements of troops Tho following dispatch will show the terms arrived at and are existing at this mo ment of time HEADQUAETEHS OP THE ARMT WASHINGTON October 24 j To General P H Sheridan Commanding Division Chicago I have received your three dispatches of fsterday giving an account of the killing f Lt Weir and of tho strength of your forces itt While river and Forts Garland xml Lewis All these seem strong enough and are well commanded Let all prepara tions proceed and be ready the moment I give word to pitch in Should Agent Adams fail iu his mission I understand that the civil authorities will stand aside and the military will take absolute control of this whole Ute question and settle it for good W T SnEitiiAS General AU the world now knows that Special Agent General Charles Adams of Colorado appointed by the Secretary of the Interior to conduct these negotiations with the hos tile Ules has partially succeeded in his mis sion has obtained Kiirreuder of Mrs and Miss Moeker Mrs Price and two children who are already sjife with their friends Ho is now supposed to bo again with tho hos tiles on Grand river endeavoring to effect tho other conditions required of the Utos by tho honorable Secretary of tho Interior who is primarily rcsponsiblo for tho entire management of the case I certainly upplaud the courage and energy thus far dis played by General Adams and hope he will fully and completely succeed iu his praise worthy mission and believe that prudence demands that military preparations and pre cautions shall not slacken Thus far wo have lost eleven citizens two oflieres and twelve soldiers killed aud forty aro wounded The Indians admit a loss of thirtynine war riors killed so that they have not much rea son to boast The report next treats of tho Apache raid and states the troops are in pursuit but nothing definite can bo given as yet The Apaches the General says only resort to agencies to rest recuperate and make ready for the next war I infer that as soon as winter comes they will return to their agen cies aud bo good General Sherman refers at some length to last summers incursions of Indians from Sit ting Bulls camp and kindred subjects and remarks that some more permanent security must be found than results from tho good will of our neighbors He therefore recom mends that Congress bo asked to appro priate one hundred thousand dollars to com plete Fort Assininbione and two hundred thousand to build a new post near Wood Mountain and Bays in this connection I also beg to submit my conviction that very soon progress of events wiu mako it abso lutely necessary to move all Indiana now lo cated on tho Upper Groa Venires Piogans Blood and to the Sioux reservation below Cannon Ball Creek and to open up for actual Bottlers all the land in the region north and west General Sherman reports a highly satisfa c ry condition of affairs in the department of Texas and especially along the Kio Grande frontier The largo iminigrnliun which has poured into Texas having now extended to what were formerly her wasto lands remo val of some of tho frontier posts further west is necessary and General Sherman therefore earnestly endorses tho recommen dations made to him by General Ord for Congressional appropriation to construct military posts ou the new Western frontier Referring to troubles caused during the post year by attempted emigration into Indian Territory from tho southern border of Kan sag General Sherman Bays tho delicalo duty imposed upon tho military wai admirably performed by troops under orders of Gener al Pope Tho opinion is expressed that at least thirty superfluous military pofcti might be sold to advantage Tho report in conclusion treats of the subject of military education and after re ferring to tho artillery school at Fortress Monroe and the academy at West Point says similar ones should be established and maintained for cavalry and infantry Theee have repeatedly been attempted at Forts Lcavenworth and Snellinf but no sooner hayo they been begun than some Indian has imperatively called away the troops BO at this timo wo havo nothing of tho kind But tho day must come when schools for infantry and for cavalry vil be established in tho nature of a past graduate course and if possible for instruction in tho use of the rifle and torso before your officers and recruits are pushed into battle nnd danger Worth tho Paris dressmaker hai a forewoman called Miss Mary who s al most as widely knjvn locally as himself Bho is on English brunoito with a light ard very grucefil and takw with my ounrb cum camp near and Accepts Hanlan s Challenge for Another Match Suit Against Tiideu iu General Foreign and Domestic Intelligence IOWA Movements of ExPresident Graut COUNCIL BLUFFS November 3 The special train scut from Chicngo by tho Chicago Burlington Quincy Railroad with Colonel and Mrs F L Grant Captain J G Walter Secretary of the ro id and two repl resoutatives of the press arrived nt Council Bluffs early yesterday morning since when employes have boon decorating tho cars The train is iu charge of Cnsil Walker and is as elegimt aud comfortable in every par ticular as possible Tho engine is gaily dec orated American flags and evergreens nud a Horist who accompanies the train has displayed considerable ingenuity and taste in decorating the interior of the cars The train consists of a baggage and six pnssegger cars The special train pulled over from CotmcilBluffs curly this morning and at a detachment of infantry lioaded by a regi mental band and followed by carriages con taining General Grant Mayor of Omaha Mis Grant nud General Clurk came in sight mlisioner Lyman in tho suit of the Govern ment against Samuel J Tildon for unpaid in come taxes Ho was called on to produce his books as required in tho subpoona but refused to do so Tho matter was argued before Judge Choate The Judge decided Colgate could not be compelled to produce his books and ho was excused as a witness The Judge directed the examination to bo closed before a Commissioner aud to this ruling the United States Attorney excepted on the ground tliat the Court had no power either to excuse witness or closo the case They wero received by Colonel Grant and wife Owing to a misunderstanding aa to the date of leaving there wore only n few hundred people al the depot when tho train moved out of tho station to the hmo of Marcluug Through Georgia llEt OAK November a The spocial train which had backed into Omaha was received by a largo crowd at Council Bluffs Thirtynine members of the Grand Army of the Republic welcomed Gen eral Grant and Governor Gear made a speech of welcome and offered an escort of tho Grand Army across lowc which General Grant accepted with tho remark that There was ft tune when their protection was more necessary than now I hope this occasion nm3 prove more pleasant than whsn I needed your escort before I thank you Governor and the State of Iowa heartily for your good will aud your escort Three cheers wero given for the General and an enthusiastic German proposed threo cheers for the American king Soon after the train started a man who was attempting to climb to tho platform wad fatally injured by falling uudor tho wheels Tho train stopped a few minutes at and a considerable crovd cheered lustily Arriv ing hero about noon Stuto Senator Hibbard stepped on the platform aud introduced General Grant who spoke briefly asburing the people of Iowa ho was always glad to take them by tho hand both at their homes and in tho field Mrs Grant being called for appeared and bowed aa the train moved off GBEBTON No vein bar 3 At Villesea General Grunt went through rather n severe hand shaking in a good na turcd way Tho run from Villosoa to Creston Ar miles was made in 40 minutes A large arch erected over tho main track here and a large crowd was in waiting BumrxoTON November After leaving Cusfnr General Grants train next stopped nt Murray n moment and at Osceola n triflo longer At Charitous the decorations were quite pretentious A band welcomed the train aud tho crowd was the largest yet seen in Iowa School children conducted him to an enclosure near tho pub lic schools and the lady superintendent of schools held aloft a little miss who made n neat speech of welcome in nn embarrassed manner which pleased tho General ex ceedingly His return to the train was a veryididicult matter owing to tho crowd about him At Albia a minnte was consumed in the ceremony of hand shaking Ottum wa wns brilliantly illuminated with bon fires and lanterns and hearty cheers greeted tho incoming trains At Mount Pleasant there wrro morn illuminations and a com mittee of citizens of Burlington entered the cars at that point MICHIGAN The Late Senator Chandler DETHOIT November 3 Arrangements have not yet been entirely completed but there is no doubt it will bo tho moat imposing solemn occasion over wit nessed in this city The remains will bo in state in tho vestibule of City Hall Wednes day 8 a m till 1 p m Tho public will be admitted at the Fort street entrance and pass out on Michigan avenue the guard se lected from various companies of State troopa being stationed around tho catafalque until 1 oclock when remains will bo taken back to tho Chandler mansion on Fort street where the funeral takes place at 2 oclock Only a few intimate friends wero thus far admitted to view the remains at the mansion on Fort street Friends of the do ceased decided not to allow a poetinortcm examination At a meeting of the Executive Commitlea of tho Merchants and Alatinfachiren Ex change this morning it was resolved that members of tho Executive Committee close their places of business duriag tho hours ap pointed lor the funeral of tho lato Senntar Chandler also rccommcndthat all merchants in the city and State do the same A meeting of citizens was held in tho Re corders court room today There woro a largo number of prominent citizens of the city and State present The chair was occu pied by Mayor who stated tho ob jvct of the meeting and delivered f eulogy upon the dead statesman Colo el Duffteld was chosen Secretary The following Committee was appointed on Resolutions Gco Jerome Thco Ro mcyn C 0 Trowbridge II C Baldwin General N Luthrop And Chief Justice Camp bell Pending the report of tho Committee a eulogy upon Mr Chandler was delivered by Hon G W Lamed Tito following committee was appointed to make arrangements for the funeral Jerome Crane II B Lcdyard J Romoyn W C Maghnny Colonel Duffield W E Qnim by ft ml James E Pitman Mayor Laugdon nud Mr May bury appearcc ofl a Committee from tho Common Conn cil in HCBsion in tho Council Chambers an nouncing a similar Committee by tluxt body and fiiproBsing a desire to operate with tho Citizens Committon N W Y U H H The Suit Against Tilden NEW Yone November B Tho oraminvtion of Januis H Colgate w Svutinucd today bafora UuiU I StnUi Com FAIIDHES Isidore Ileiu fur dealers havo made an assignment Liabilities said to bo very barge Eastern liabilities estimated at Mr Heiu said tho indebtedness was mostly in this efty and that tho ftnue creditors would probably bo willing to take 05 cents on tho dollar but they may bo sure of 00 cents and that probably they will receive every cent the firm owes them as ho hopes to surmount tho difficulty and continue business Considerable excitement was caused among tho dry goods trade by tho announce ment of tho failure of Sottover liros Co of Chicago and there was a consequent lull in business which recently has boon very active Thoir connection with tho trade in this city was widely extended aud it is be lieved their liabilities are chietly with New York merchants It is estimated two firms aro sufferers but none to a serious extent THE BATTLE TODAV 5 General Grosveuor aud Colonel T Camp bell of Ohio arrived from tho interior of tho State where they havo been rendering efficient service iu the Republican campaign Tho eve of tho political battle finds tho sup porters of Cornell aud Robinson equally con fident CODIiTNTSY MEAXS BUSINESS CATTJCIA November 4 Courtney sent a to BUiikio to iiight accepting his last Knggcrstiou to row Banian a race for the SiljOOO agreeing to put up forfeit CANADA Wrestling Match Tonoxio November 3 In the wrestling match for a side between Thomas Lynch of New York and D Cross of Baltimore the latter was the victor sxow STonxt A Kovoro Btiow storm prevailed throughout Ontario last night find this morning OVERDI1FW niS ACCOUNTS MONTREAL November 3 Dempster tho defaulting manager of Mai sous I3nuk lugorsoll Out is in jail hero lo admits his guilt and explains by saving ic commenced by overdrawing bin account vhich led to his falsifying the books AMERICAN DU1OE SEIZED AMIIERSTDDIIO OXT November ft Tho American barge Ark owned by S B Jrummond Detroit was seized hero by tho ustoms authorities A rescue being thrcat ued four men were placed in charge under customs oQicer ULAOK TOKOUE LOSDON ONT November 3 A disease locally known 03 he black ongue but which is probably a very violent orm of diphtheria has appeared in tho sec ion of country surrounding this city Wm Weatherull of London township lost livo ueinbors of his family by it throe sons and wo and two daughters are now xwn with tho disease cases aro IBO reported from Lobo and West Williams Tho disease has baffled medical men TENNESSEE The Howard Association MEMTTLIS November 0 At a meeting of tho Howard Association onight the following was adopted Resolved That from aud after tonight uo IUTKCS Bhixll be Bent out paid for by tho asso ciation that no bill of any kind shall bo contracted by anyone for tho association hat all allowances to members ahull cease from and after this date except to tho Sec retary and Superintendent of nurses who shall be allowed ono week in which to close thoir books and business of tho association that when tho mooting adjourns it be to meet Monday night and the Auditing Com mittee are requested to examine and rnport on the books and accounts of tho Secretary nud Treasurer Four white mon woro arrested last Satur day and lodged in Crittondeu county Ark jail charged with murdering a negro named John Broadway a few dnys previous Tho premises of tho murdered man woro robbed ty tho party who did tho lulling MASSACHUSETTS Heavy Snow Storm BOSTON November 3 Tho first snow of tho season commenced his morning and intermingled with rain fell at intervals during tho day Tonight a strong wind prevails and snow is falling Briskly Dispatches from various points in Mow Hampshire and Vermont report n very Heavy storm At Dover N II it has been snowing all day and considerable delay to raius occasioned At Keonc N II fifteen inches fell and at Lebanon it has been snow ing since last night Trains aro blockaded causing much delay The storm is still rag ing fiercely Other points report a fall of from eight to inches OHIO Arrested for Embezzlement CINCINNATI November M Alfred N liobiuson oxTreasurer of Clor mont county was today arrested at Miami ville charged with embezzling from tho County Treasury two yearn ago A for mer clerk has been nndnrarrcst for thin crirno for the past year or more but was released tnst week COKEION The News in General An Austrian squadron U erpacted to ar rive at Salonica in a fer days terrible Indian Caliato Vas quoz at Cp m September 17th was taken from prison and in the Plaza of Sapaz Hon duras tho theatre of his lost exploits was shot to death He was charged with murder of twelve persona and the bnrningof the bodies of some of his victims even foro life was extinct gave tho namei of a number of politicians priests revolution ary generals lauded proprietors and othonj who aided him Financial and Commercial Governments Stctuly a ml iinll roud Active owu quoUd fill 005111 50 fwaflT it t3 00 India maia it 20 00 CDT SEE Market dull nominal long rnlddlw at 87X short at 60 Haricot doll prims steam quoted at firm wwUra iTurltot dull ind unobangtd WMt aro quoted WHISKYQuoUxl it 31 15 iL P NEW KOKK Novouibei3 Money atringent it por cftnt doj a at 7 110 per cent Prime tuorcaiitilo paporut por cent Sterling exchange H toady bilk 480H sifjlit oxuliango on London at 183 Bar silver at 118 tovenmicnt4 siteadv and per cant higher In railroad bonds tfio principal activity was in Kuntcvs i Toxii3 iaauoa Kluto securities dull The money market was atringent throughout tho day and most of tlio loans on call woro X per diom and legal inturost Stoika wero buoyant earlv m tho day and ad vanced por cont 1ho irnprovomoiitwas aflsrwardd lost iu tho general list but towards tbe eloso n tinner tono proyailod and in soina instances tho higluut quotations of tho day wero Transactions at tlio Stock toilaj aggregated 325000 shares of which 01000 Eno 12f00 Lalio Shore 18000 Northwestern I 80011 Ht Paul II Wabash 10000 Delaware Lackiiwamm t Wostorn 8000 Now Jersey Cen tral 22000 Hannibal A St Joo 0000 Michigan Ohio i Misnissippi 8000 Western Union23000 Pacific Mail 140UU St Lonu Kan sas City Northern28000 3000 LouUvillo it Nauhvillu 7OUO Iron 3000 C C k I C iJOOU St Louis t San lrancico 5000 Northern Pacific 5000 Dol awnro A Hudson 6001 Union Pncilio 5000 Narilivillo Chattanooga St Louis GOVERNMENT BONDS Coupons of 13S1 106 Now la102 S Currouor City Mills JOHN EASON Propr MANUFACTURER OF FLOUR And Dealer in Grain Feed Etc NOTICE TO MY PATRONS I am pleased to Inform you that my mill is now running half iU capacity and in short timo I ahall havo it in full operation and ahill mako better flour than ever before made in this city having addod all now machinery and en larged my mill by adding another story I had to givo my personal attention to theae improvo mentu and have r Delected my advertisement in tho future it will ho corrected daiiy There u a largo advance in wheat and oaU and all othpr kinds of grain and preferring homeraised pain I will pay tho highest market prica as will bu iiaan by paying below Flour Kotall PKR Bics White Flour now prooejaS a 20 City Younjatown 1 80 Snowlluko 185 B B B B White Wheat 175 O K i 35 Hye Flour bbl 5 00 White Wheat Graliim 1 60 Oatmeal 2 Buckwheat Flour tt 5 Amorican Kxi U S Kxp N Y Central ILIIC Erie prof Harlem Ilom prof Michigan Contra Union Ilieific Liilto Hh m UlinoH LVutral Pittsburgh Xortliwiialurii STATE BONDS Tennessee old 37 iVirgiulaa now 27 now 31 Missouri SiI0i VirginitiH old 23 STOCKS AND BONDS W U Tel Quicksilver do pref 1iiC Mail 10 60 ij7 do AdumV prcf 105 101 5S a 12 91 175 IlO D7 St Louis A San F 284 do pref do firsts vansas Pacific S3 Janada Southern 75 c c A r70 Jersuy ContJ look IslandU7f it Paul do pref t Wiiyno 1orre llanto 15 do prof 30 Chicago A Alton do pref111 Jhio A MitfsUatppi 20 if Del Lack A V V P Tel 42 j A Nash 78J jn A Q120 II t at Joo 40 do prof do pref 104 i Puc Bomld Kaimaa it Texas U Vaeillcllu St L K C i N do liUHlyrantHll2Uj1 do prof do Kink Feed iiiitl Oraiu Kotull Feed per 100 Ibs i IQ Yellow Meal per 100 Ibs t 20 Yellow Coare Meal per 100 1 10 Middlings per 100 Ibj 1 00 Screenings por 100 Ibi 1 00 Until per 100 Ibn no Corn per biuhol 70 Outs biulio 40 Feed it ml Grain Wholesale Price PEB TON 00 Yellow Bolted Corn Heal 22 CO 20 00 flrau IS 00 Corn per bushel GO j Onti per Iniihcl 38 J Ill liiff Iriccn for Ornln PEB BUSHEL White Whoil nowl 20 to 1 Jt lied WheatSI 10 to 1 2i Duckwhoat 50 Iba 60 to 66 Hye eo Sbilleil Corn 55 Oati 35 aprlOlyJOUX KA30N STOVES 30 Invested in WaDytKtocka mnke overv month Book A dd I 1 x vi KI i n wtlll 1 i I Ii nUr with full it Iri h Hnil TIN i llVJtENCE A COi INauw Yoft Radiant Home PRODUCE MARKETS TOLEDO TOIKDO 3 xtondlor No 3 Wa bash at 25 amber Michigan spot at 91 27 No 3 rod Wabash npot tit Bollor No vember at SI 27 Holler December at 81 seller January at SI woitorn ambor 61 27 No 2 amlior Illinois at 20 No 1 Dayton and Michigan red at 01 27 qniot high mixod now at No 2 spot nt 45u now at 42o No 2 ut 17Xc quiot No 3 at S2o DHESSKD at f3 50 olovsr quoted at M eaih No L tit S5 CHICAGO CHICAGO November 8 ftoiuly and unchanged wontrn spring at 5 25 Minnesota at 7fl fancy ut f 6 JO winter wheat at Sfl 75 extra nt 5 CO Hiiporllno at 00 imtnnts lit 6fi OOgS SO nntiottlud and gotiorallv lower No 2 red winter ftt t Chf cngo springjat Til 16 No 2 Chicago npring at 10 1 MK Holler Norombor Bollor Ducuinbur No 3 M SI rejected at 89o OKN Market and gonorally ipiotfd at i2vc cnNh nnd Bcltur Novem ber 10c Dcconibor 4llo sollor January seller Muy rejected nt stcndy and unclmugcd nuotad at steady and unchangoil fptottjcl nt 8k dull prices a lower ipiotod nt canh 32to nullor Docomljor irOHullfr May rojoctod al 22p TIMOTHY lirni common to quolod nti2 15r7j2 f5 FLAX higher ouotml at 41 45S1 Hi imsottltMl nnd gnncrally lusher quoted nt OOcasb 35A S 41 nolltr November fl IlOiQ 50 Docoin bnr 10 Wj ncllcr Jnimary moderately active and a Hhndfl higlior qnolcd at 25rtL6 cnib iC 35 Mullor December 50 htnnnrv JIULK Rtondy with a fnir demand quoted nt ylt 75 stiort rilm at IS nbort cloar nt j5 M Mnrkot steady anil nuchtngwj quotol at rl fJB AiiJ laiya Una ef Base BnrniHii Parlor Stoves at November Two large land meetings woro hold in County Calway Ireland Saturday Nitcbtigall tbo African trav eler residing hero hai received a tolegram stating the expedition scut out by the Ger man African Society having explored tho Kufora Oasis was there set upon nnd plun dered j Cortes from Cuba nud Porto Ilico held u meeting j and decided to name a deputation to ank the j Ministry to present to tho Legislature taneously with a bill for the abolition of I bills for reform of the tart lift and I commercial relations between Spain flud her colonies At the municipal elections in England nrday wherever political cnnsidenitioiis won involved the Liberals wero mostly trium phant Charles Grtmcsen tho noted theologian nnd biographer of distinguished artists dead aged 7 Advicca from Buenos Ayres to October 10th Kluto 3000 Peruvian havo arrived nt Ariai The nrrnios are ncur ing each other and n battle U imminent session of the iirifs reop ened today and a message wawrr ttlnnnoncc the approachuig murnayn of King Al phonso St 1hcmas October tho IJepnblic of Hayti General Solomon was proclaimed President lie obtained 82 of 87 votes in tho National Assembly A ministry baa not yet been formed News ftuni toiiii Domingo in to the 20th With ml firing a shot the whole army of the north 1 tlio revolutionary movement Lend bullion withdrawn from th0 Bank of iifland today wan fur ahiumu to New York Porto bos decided to carry out promptly all tho reforms which it o nsuioru necessary OH well AH thoio to It ia bound by treaty stipulations DOUBLE HEATERS beautiful Open Fronl Boynlon Tile Slave A argt variety of RANGES AND COOK STOVES And everything in tlio line Repairs and Fixtures For nil iilnd of slOToa furnishrd nt short notice HO LSI GOODS HAKDWARE IronNalls Oil WellSupplies Etc R L KERNOCHAN Bop2Jtf 22 Diomond St Postofnco ELECTBICITY 4ND LIFE NEW YORK NEW Yonc Xnvomber 3 qniot but stoatly quotad nlrong receipts 30000 bnr ruh hlpirtmo wusUrn HIH at r5 Gl common to good nt tQfn 5 60 pood to cbuito at 70 whito wheat nxtra at 7J i0rii f0 extra Ohio at 75 SL LOIIH at iG ifnii i0 MimifnOta patent at i7 75 Market iniMttlod receipts 791000 ungraded at cl No 3 rprint nt T No J uprint at 1 3j No 2 Milwuukeu at rl IM ungraded wintor rixl at il 3D a 1 12 No 3 ilo at No 2 Iu at No 1 do rt jl 42jfti 1 M rilianifr No 1 attl M mixed wintor at 7 3S ungraded umber nt 41 No 3 ninljtjr at 11 11 No 1 at 7 43 wlnto at lifyl 31 No 2 whito at 1 37 of No 1 ut ji rniiot No 3 trojlaro quoted at dnii Cmadi ipioto1 it H at ite dull and nnliinscd Mnrkit dull rvrijiti husuIn at fii 5 Li c ilt 57jfj Nu J at roll11 yolliT M 15 j No 2 white ut flc low luixid atiiJo No 2 nail er XovfinU r Jk Iiiimbur at rrumiry at aciivij 3JOOO bmli at I Irtjloi doinanj and unchanged quoted it lcmml at full pricua year MULJSquoted M7fS ISc oaitorn and ivoatcrn at Now Ydtli Sutto at 32rtiiSc quirt but rtnmly Itio in fair to good runn ing quoted at S quiet but ntcady Or Icaru quoted at dull and nncliinge1 Caro lina quoted at Lcuiaiiina at Urm qnolod at Has boon liftol by uciciititlc invoatigation high nLoio tho region of charlatanism and placed upon the list of positivo remedial agents Etctricity a remedial agent ii fast super seding all othor of truatmcntr in a great variety of chronic functional organic and ncr vaui maladief thotjo incident to a do crofvso of norvnuH or vital power Vital force or Electricity permeates every ncrvo muscle and structure of tlio body and our entire being a nuppnrtod bv iU benco every diurder upon a weak cnuU condition the untspia or abnormal tribution of the hfoforco will Hiirelv ro liovcd by the proper application of Having given much timo and atudv to prc paro niviolf for tho thorapontin application of and having b1 aovcral of practiial oxjierienco in Iti I feel warranted in that all not totally incurable can by itn I am prepared with a variaty of battcrioj viz anil lalvanocou tory to apply it may bt roquirod E B RHODES M D Office KO 47 West Pine St T i t u from 0 a m to 9 p m Pa bo attuuded at their raudonco if dc CHEAP MEATS 7OR Everybody for LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST I Beet Porter 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