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DECEMBER 7, WB J
Pleaee Uver Ik Lateet
- 8 AH "hah Cisco, Dec. g. Hawaiian
" Consul Wilder when he read the new
f I from Honolulu via Port Tow risen 1
wu creatlr nleased. Asked what un-
expected contingencies Minister Willis
had found in Honolulu, he said: "I
think he found that the men campoH-
injr the provisional government of
Hawaii were hisrh-minded. law-abid-
f' I Itig citizens, instead of flilbnsterers,
.... . . . i
icn as ne naa oeen ieaa to oeiiere
Paem to be. This news will have
Aho Vest effect on the peoole of the
was "Luiied btites, and I nope the admin
the istration will be forced by nopultr
opinion to change its view on the
Hawaiian question, 'resident' Cleve
land's statement in his message to
congress that he had received no def
inite mwi frfim VVillfa ie m-rrfctwtratkf1
ele by what Minister Willis has said in
u the interview published in the Ha-
T 11 n
i waiiao (mucin
i I r ' 1 1 .1 1 4 1 v. - I J : I.
: .. : ., .
beci last night, lier oestinauon is a
11611 Cl Uw 1 V 19 BUwpM4 gviu
tml to Honolulu wun .nsixaciions ior
Minister YVillU. It is reported that
tlibvbed to take dispatches from Min-
rotes. V,P Thurston to President Dole. The
tcratftf tain of the Crow in refused to take
Jhe ftetters from Consul Wilder, saying he
did not know where ha was going.
Am taub Kin smnif in it.
fieWl . . . A am ..l.i- til Jli ii
Mwi lli-ought bjr the Klickitat.
Washijiotox, Dec. 0. Officials of the
state department have received no ad
vices from Hawaii by the barkentine
Klickitat, which arrived at Port Town
send yesterday from Honolulu, and
are inclined to discredit and Question
T) the accuracy of the purported inter-
orii riew with Minister Willis in the Hono-
leoi lain Evening Star. They say it would
V.t nave been improper for Minister wu
It. . i . . i f tm s
kA lis V3 nave in us expressed niinseii anu
l" . . t . I hi, tn1 tn him
k HWUW BUH V 1. Irt. V. w llllM.
FIX TIia rruat il out. an1 fh tffAnarfmanf
1 ''of state were evidently not expecting
n,any news from Honolulu this morning
i in and the telegram from Port Town-
uctaend caused surprise. - .
Prices were quoted at the close ai folloirs:
hard wheat, &Jo: No 3 bard wheat,
bio: No 4 bird whe it. bO'io releoted hard
wheat, 47 c4o. No lired wheat, 55!o; No. I
red wheat, 5-J i5:to No. 4 red wheat. 59 V1
Corn Continues In fair demand but prices
lots of No 9 corn for . December
IH4 shipment sold at 3)0 There were no
T river bids worth consideration received.
Kecelpts of eorn to da; were 70 cars,
a year age M ears .
Na mtzed, sold at S)4-W,o Kansas
City. No. A mixed. V430u, Na 4
mixed, 2o: Na ii white. 3U3fo: Na 8
wnlte. 30330'io No. S white and mixed sold
at 37o Memphis.
Chicago Board of Trade.
Chicago, Deu t The following tsbls
shows the ran e of prloe for actlra futurst
on board of trade to day:
W COBK Deo
Dec 12 75
J in Uft'i
Uec, V 0)
Jim 7 80
Dec 8 7
May I 6 i f,
Estimated receipts for to morrow Wheat,
83 can: corn, 2J0 cars oats, li)7 can: hoi.
Receipt at Chlovji to-diy Whet. winter,
96 curs: contract 2 oars: sprln r 100 ears, con
tract it cars, corn 815 cars, contract 115 ears:
outs 810 cars, contract 91 oars
KANSAS C1TV LIVK STOCK.
Kansas Citv, Mo., Deo. 8 Cattle Re
ceipts 7,61; calves, 201 shipred yesterday,
3,328; oalve. 70). The markot for steers
was dull and weak to I0orl5j lower; cows,
bulls and Texas cattle, steady: calves
strong: feeders dull and steady to lower.
Dressod beer and shipping steers (3.703& 15;
cows and heifers (1 80 (3 75 Texas and Indian
steers S3 50: Texas and Indian cows 11 9)
&2 25: stockers and feeders 1270.3 10: mixed
I; ; Hogs Receipts. 7,7)9 no shipments The
mantel was ao lower, out active, closing
strong. The top wai $5 35 and bulk of sales
Sft llltn X IS with mini Rnl at UK llii anil S& &
I Sheep Receipt, I.9J2. shipped vesterdav.
108, The supply was fuirly large and good
quality. The early market was active and
?trong to higher. Late receipts were no
eoted. The followtn are representative
74 4 3i
TO DOWN TAMMANY.
Movaneal Headed by Independent
Democrats of New York City Started.
New York, Dee. . The political
ovement headed bv Judcre MeCrearv.
icltler brothers, and other anil
amtnanyites. took definite form last
gn under tne name of "Indepen
nt Couotv Organisation." The
prpose of the movement, it was ex-
ainea at toe meeting, is to unite
n of tAth narlloa Mnrl nf a) I iKilai
If political thought In order to over-
nrow tne domination or Tammany
iiall in thit cltr. It effect wilt be
lltlrelv liMaL atlnnal anil iiita
political organisations will be en
tirelv Ignored. At a meeting Decent
ber tl the platform of the party will
Aeothe ('ihlla Jro 11 Hat,
0hica live. . At the Instanreof
the defense Juror Taylor was die
mlw.ej by Jug Tulhlll at the oen
Ing of the tWhlla trial to-day. The
court said that there was nothing
gainst Tavlr's rharseter, but that
h id mail tiiUtakf In hl examlna-
n a a venireman whM'h nuii-
hI the d'inlL Tlim for the
d time left the jury lnci.upieu.
ml trM AUmmt la Itm t'4ft
ivkn IKhv tt Memlwrs tf the
bnal ti'a to tipany inl at '
t-rii't to .la and M Ur ' v-
on the ) m train lll.
iiih rvad It U ald that
UwiU Ui Ui lvl at a neet
.twatitiee Una tvealng.
DYNAMITE IN LONDON,
Twwetr-Foer Foaad Fonad la a K4r
Ins; Haaan .folio Hard at Work.
Lokdox, Deo. .In the room of a
man named Schneider, who is re
ported to have just arrived from the
United States and whose place in
Choncery lane . was searched yester
day, was found a tin can ecloned in
two wooden boxes. They were taken
to the Bow street police station and
immersed in water until to-day, when
they were examined by government
experts and were found to contain
twenty-four pounds of dynamite in
cakes with fuses and everything ready
The police are in active search of
the man who managed to escape.
The impression is gaining ground that
the police have really discovered, ac
cidentally, a plot to cause a dynamite
outrage in the law courts.
Irishmen scoff at the idea that
Schneider bad any connection with
the extremest section of the Irish Na
tionalists, saying that his name was
sufficient to class him as an Anarchist
and that it would probably be shown
that, if the explosive found in his
londging was really an infernal ma
chine, it was probably sent to London
by the Anarchists of New York or
Chicago, vho are also charged with
supplying the Anarchists of France,
Austria and Spain with funds and
other means of causing explosions.
The Evening Standard has caused
an increase of the excitement by re
porting that the police have found a
number of bombs in a swell cafe in
the West End.
Grip Kpldmle at Leavenworth
Leavenworlh, Kan, Dee. 9.
Deaths are occurring in this city and
county at an alarming rate, no less
than twenty having been reported the
past ten days. Most of them have
been among old persons, the grip,
co u i iled with other complications,
having been the chief cause. The
disease is almost epidemic and every
physician in the city and country is
kept busy night and day. It is esti
mated that within the past two weeks
fully one half of the homes in this
city have been visited.
Train Bobbers Want to Surrender.
Little Rock, A .., Dee. . Gover
nor Fishback to-d received a letter
from Sheriff O .breath of Benton
county stating that Chesney and
Powell, two of the Oliphant train
robbers who are in hiding in Benton
county, have made a proposition to
surrender on certain conditiona They
admit guilt regarding the robbery
and will plead guilty thereto, but
not to the charge of murder. They
offer to turn stale's evidence.
Several Failures In Grand Island, Net.
Geand Island, Neb., Deo. 0. As a
consequence of the failure of the
Citizen's National bank, the Grand
Island Canning company, the Grand
Island Cigar Manufacturing company,
and the firm of Archer & Baker made
assignments this morning. No state
ment of assets and liabilities have
been made. ,
Madam Julia Wo if Dead.
London, Dec. 6. Madame Julia
Wolfe, composer of the opera Carina,"
Over 600 cases of the grin have been
reported at St Joseph, Mo., in the
last three daya
Over 100 families at Richmond, Ind.,
are dependent on public charity for
the means to live.
R. J. Carter's hotel at Shackelford,
Mo., was destroyed by fire with all its
Thomas Axworthy, the exiled de
faulting treasurer of Cleveland, Ohio,
is dying at Hamilton, Canada.
The El Paso, Texas, Herald and
Tribune, both afternoon papers, have
been proscribed in Mexico.
The principal business block in
Wheatland. N. D., was destroyed by
fire. Losses (30,000.
Glass factories in and about Wheel
ing, W. Va , have resumed or prepar
ing to resume work with full forces.
Dr. Lewis J. Warren, a prominent
physician and Haptibt leader of Clay
Center, Kan., died of Bright's disease.
Tramps broke into the store of J.
L. Sheldon at Reading, Kan., and
secured clothing, money and other
In his charge to the grand jury at
Warrensburg, Mo., Judge John E.
Ryland declared in favor of the whip
ping post ior minor oiienea.
Major Joseph W. Wham, paymaster,
U. S. A., has been ordered before the
retiring board at Washington by
direction of the President
United States District Judge Foster
of Kansas, who is now at Ualveston,
Texas, is gaining health rapidly and
expects soon to be well again.
Ellsworth Ingalls baa been appoint
ed receiver of the Norton, Kas., state
bank which closed its doors last Fri
day night with 538,000 liabilities.
II. D. Richardson, assistant cashier
of the Advance Elevator company of
East St Louis, was arrested and con
fessed a shortage of f 3,000.
The Wichita followers of Colonel
James R. llailowell announce that he
will be a candidate for congressman-at-large
before the next Uepubllcan
The total paper currency outstand
ing November 30 (less fl.000,000
estimated to have been destroyed in
the great Chicago fire) ia 11,113.349,
17, an Increase for the month of 111,-
The North American Bond Invest
tnent com pan of M Paul, has sus
pended boi'ut of the deck Ion In
C'btcayM strain! the Uaarauty com
pany o M kouis,
fifMH'lal thanks have been offered In
all the tWrUn rburchr for the Kin
peror seat-apt fivm the plot to sa
iuU him, and the celeataata
through tot the Uenuan empire have
Wen ordvrvd Vi hold services for a
Tt I'nlud Mate court of private
land i'Uhui at Santa IV, N. W,, has
eonllrmwd grAata f r ItMt uoo seres la
UiuAMlm eiMtnty, f,ir IU.'hhi a r lo
lite aanue HH.t and for M,lxl r
In Si'rr HHinty. but rejevlad tfcJ
Aaioniti Wi? urtntol 1)VM0 asrra
Thnothv. Bine GraM. Orchard Kr
i op. i i r aeeoa. lane
S3 KANSAS CITY, UO.
BROWNING, KING & CO,
Largest Manufacturers and Retailers of
Clothing in tbe World.
Fine Clothing !
At Less than Manufacturer's Cost If
Owing to our being delayed two months inl
getting possession of our store and haviDgf
made an unusually large stock of Fine Re
liable Clothing we have decided to offer the
300 of our $22.50 and $25 50 Hen's
0 HSuits at $15.
500 of our $20 Men's Suits at $13.50.
500 of our $13 Men's Suits at $ 12 00.
600 of our $15 Men's Suits at $10.00.
400 of our $10.00 and $12.60 Men's
Suits at $7.50.
NOT ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH OF ODDS
AND ENDS OR OLD GOODS.
DROWNING, KING ft CO.,
1013 and 1019 0 Street
Mail orders solicted. LINCOLN, NEB
JOSEPH OPELT, Manager.
Cof. lift Q Sfs, Liqcolq, Neb.
Orgai Fiy Warraalefl for Fire Tears
Price, $49. 75.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
NAgents Wanted for the Kimball Pianos and Organs
A. liOSPEj Jr., Oijiahaf Nebv
- AGENTS WANTED - -
Mopping' made clean and comfortable. Do not touch the hands
to water. Stand erect. Address for circulars,
Model Hop Fail and Wringer Company,
t Mil HU
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1893.
Geo. N. Mulertz of Ashland, Neb.. '
Will offer about
50 Head of Choicely Bred Poland Chinas.
Twenty or mora will bbrd ow two at whteh in (rrmod-dnuehtr. of Tom Corwtn ind
1HT, and all r rich In the mnt fatnoua utralns of tha breed. Klficou (Sllta of tbe Haet breed
n Alfto Blkck Tecunueh VIMS, Uem'i Buntneu 2I67I, nd Ave up boar nf KehrnHry, March
tud April farrsw, aad lbs four txua boars out of tb.lrt.jr five fall boar, and thlny five barrow
rlghlug almnl one hundred pounSi avre, Amnni the brood aowe will be the tope of my
)A rrep nf Frhruarjr. March and ArrU plu. In offering my seed brood aowa I w ll have pairs
of the same breeding, of which I retain one, and will gla breeders a chance to yet th-lr rholce.
Among 'hem will be twograod-nanghtera of Tore Oorwlu Sd iM7. aired by KuunMln IIea4 TldS.
rataloguea furalahed on appllcatlou l'a'tlea from a distance will be ml at tb depot or a
the ttnimerclal Hotel, Aablaod. Neb., and returned after the sal, hal eoiameacea at
o ciot s; lunca it.
CEO. N. MULERTZ, Owner.
Z. S. BftANION. Auctioneer.
Hldi by mall will rclr the careful atf ntloa of th auctioneer.
0. J. WILCOX, ACCOUNTANT.
!I7 Waahtngutn 01 , Uoai , Nisa.
IVwh and atMwnata au.llted and alut4
ItinputMt aiHttunta 'nd fur tital. Ae
rounia of euunty fim. UU ait HrromUn.
rhwk-dup. Simple ayatwrn f bia kevptua
o( aoUBl t wrrwpxoueiHw
a rivs uuiwa rowm
In r4 ettnJiltoa. Will U !j
casAfli soliltotm. , , , , .
1la O pifULYl
Coratr WW k M si's, Uavtu., Nu
F. M. WOODS.
Fine Stock Auctioneer.
20SOSt. Ulpeolp, rb
FmdIIo Sal Data.
V. M. WohJ will oonJuct sales as
l o T. Mam, l'lttlc and OMIa. ki
l.lnHln. Nrb., lfc.ur.ilsy, l c. T, for
Call ims mo. Natterma 4 to. for
crrtaira, atf una, biMtJrw, a4 all
farm hui4(iiw. We'd um yu rig at.
Hi4i TkbuWs atat tllrtK.a;
w.wa a suur stituaai cur Ihsr
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