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THE NORFOLK NEWSJOURNAL
PART ONE NOHKOUv , NKUHASKI'HIDAY - , ( HTOMIW 1(5 ( , 11)0 ) ; ! . PAGES 1 TO 8
London Paper Gives Forecast
of Alaskan Boundary Award.
HEARS THAT CANADA LOSES.
Morning Advertiser DeHares News Is
from Reliable Source Says Decis
ion Will Be Received with Con
sternation In Dominion.
London. Oct. 1G. The Morning Ad-
Tertiser announces that It regrets to
learn from a source which it regards
as beyond question that the decision
of the Alaskan boundary commission
virtually concedes the American case.
* which Is
The Morning Advertiser ,
thoroughly satisfied with the reliabil
ity of Its statement , says the news
will bo received In Canada with con
sternation. It gives a map and a de
tailed explanation showing how the
decision will affect Canada , and adds
that those who have followed the
arguments have been thoroughly at-
Ibfled with Hon. Clifford Sifion'a prop-
csltlon and presentation of the case.
RUSSIA IS FULLY PREPARED.
No Desire for War , but Ready to Meet
Paris , Oct. 1C. Olllclal dispatches
from St. Petersburg say the Hussian
ministers of war and marine have an
nounced that while not wishing to
make any move likely to precipitate
hostilities In the far east , yet both
departments of the government wish
to have It known that they are com
pletely prepared to meet any eventu
Official adIces from Japan and
China show that the negotiations be
tween the Russian minister to Japan ,
laron von ROBOU , and the Japanese
foreign minister continue , hut their
status Is not disclosed.
In the meantime the officials her
"have been Informed of the progress
of the commercial treaty between
China and Japan , which may have an
important bearing on the Russo-Jap
anese situation. The treaty opens
Mukden , the -apital of Manchuria , and
one other point to Japanese com
China's opening of the Manehurlar
capital to Japan , while Russian ha ?
not yet evacuated Manchuria is con
sidered significant and as likely to
Ameliorate the differences.
I TRY TO BLOW UP MAGAZINE.
Attempt to Wreck British Legation at
Peking Results In Failure.
London , Oct. 1C. A PeUlngs dis
patch to the Times describes a mys
terlous attempt to blow up the mag
azine of the I3rltlsh legation Tuesday
night during a military ball. Wires
were laid but were not connected
with the battery. At the same time
the breech blocks and sights of a 4.7
gun were stolen , but have since been
discovered In the native city. The
Times , after mentioning that such an
outrage at the moment the oflirers
were giving a ball might have hud
disastrous effects , points out the coIncidence -
Incidence of this attempt with the
UritlBh legation's recent refusal to at
tend the empress dowager's entertain
ment at the summer palace , anil
thinks the coincidence suggestive.
DEFAULTER HERMAN CAUGHT ,
Philippine Constabulary Officer Cap
tured and Some Money Recovered.
Manila , Oct. 1C. George Herman
the defaulting constabulary officer
has been captured and taken to Hay
nuan. Eight hundred dollars was re
covered from him.
Governor Tatt has designated Dec
23 an the date of his' departure for
"Washington to enter upon his duties
s secretary of war.
Dean Tompkins , formerly treasurer
of San Fernando , has been sentences
to nine years' Imprisonment on the
charge of embezzlement. On Sept. 2.
Tompkins was sentenced to seventeen
years' Imprisonment for forgery.
Returns from all the provinces show
that In all the natives have killed up
to dote 17,000,000 pounds of locusts.
Boundary Commission Dined.
London , Oct. 16. The dinner given
by the Pilgrims' society to the Alas
l < an boundary commission at Clair
idge's hotel piovcd the most notable
assemblage of Englishmen. American ;
and Canadians ever brought togethei
In London. In addition to the mrm
hers of the commission , the Hrltlsl
cabinet ministers , the American am
bassador and the most prominent rep
rescntiMlves of Kngllsh public lift
were present. Field Marshal Lori
Turkish Troops Pass Frontier.
Solla , Oct. 1C. The Hulgaiian fion
tier baa again been crossed by Turk
Ish troops at Uemlr Kapu , near Sam
okov. The Turks were pursuing a
band of Insurgents ant' ' followed then
throe miles in Bulgaria. A number o
shots were exchanged , but the 'Turk
Ifih soldiers finally retired wlthou
coming into contact with Bulgariui
Boris Sarafoff Slain ,
fialonica , Oct. 10. lhe military operations
orations IR. Macedonia are slackening
although there fltp .ftssaj oj.ISfi3 ts
of lighting at various points Clniim
Rtuntlal toports have boon lorolvod
) i-re that Horla Sarafoff WIIH killed
Dct 12 in a skirmish at I'ruva , ueur
Puddlcrs Quit Work.
Shnrpshurg , 1'a , Oct , It ! . As a re
sult of a cut of $ l. ° .r > a ton In tholr
wages , the entire force of 235 ptiild-
ors at nloorhead . IDS. company's
oiling mills , this city , went ou on u
strike nt midnight. Pules now men
are procured ut once the puddlors'
strike will effoi lively tie up the mill.
Jacob Kchnofor. the billiard chain-
ilon , now in Paris , will accopf George
Stilton's challenge lo play for the
Immploushlp at elghtcon-lnch balk
Ine. Tint match will piolmiily be
played in Chicago In
Motormen Declare for Strike.
New York , Oct. 1(1. ( Hy un almost
unanimous vote the motornion on the
electric road declared for a strike If
.holr demands are not compiled with.
\t the same time 2fii ! ex-firemen em
ployed In various capacities on the
road , but who retain tho'r ' member
ship In the Hrotliorhood of Locomotive
ilromen , also decided In favor of a
THE VISITORS AT BONESTEEL ,
Are Making the Most of Their Trip
to Gateway of Rosebud Res
llonesteel , S. I ) . . Oct. 10. Special
o The News : The people aboard
ho second popular excursion of the
Chicago & Northwestern railroad ,
lave been making the most of tholr
visit since they arrived. While not
so largo as the first , the excursion Is
irommnced most successful.
The weather , though cool , was very
iloasant and the excursionists have
made the most of tholr visit. All
ire very enthusiastic and pronounce
the country surrounding' Honosteel
The exhibits of produce by our
citi/.ons were even more elaborate
than at the time of the llrst excur
sion , ami the wonderful samples of
n productive soil have elicited many
expressions of great surprise.
The number of visitors was several
hundred less than before , but the
crowd w.'w sufficiently large to insure
A free excursion was run to the
reservation line at 2:00 : o'clock p.
in. and many eager eyes took a
glimpse at a portion of the 110,000
acres of land that will doubtless soon
bo thrown open to settlement.
Hardly any of the excursionists
will remain until Monday , the time
The West Point band accompanied
the excursion and during the day
furnished an abundance of oxccllont
music. At 7 p. m. this line band
gave a concert on the street that was
a rare musical treat.
J. H. Gable , travelling passenger
agent of the C. & N. W. , personally
conducted the excursion.
It is thought that there were more
prospective land buyers among to
day's excursionists than there were
here on September 12.
LUS ANGELES TEACHER SHOT.
Former Lover Kills Her and Commits
Suicide at San Francisco.
San Francisco , Oct. 10 Josephine
Meade , aged eighteen years , lormerly
a school teacher at I > os Angeles ar 1
who came here three weeks ago to
attend college at lierkeley , was .thot
and killud hero by Paul Schmidt ,
who then committed suicide. Miss
Meads was shot as she was approach-
Ing'her lodging place at 1810 Loguua
street. After shooting the girl , the
man walked a short distance down the
street and , plat-ing his pistol to his
head , blow his hiains out. Miss Meade ,
who comes'of a well known Los An
geles family , was very beautiful
Schmidt was also a resident of Los
Angeles , whore he is said lo ho pro.n-
Inently connected. Uerdeurture from
Ixis Angeles was caused by the un
welcome attentions of the man. For
several months ho persecuted her
and Insisted that &ho marry him
When she refused he threatened .1
kill her , and In fear of her life she
gave up her position and left the city.
MAIL TRAIN LEAVES RAILS.
Switchman Killed and Two Mall
Clerkt Injured on the Santa Fe.
Kansas City. Oct. 10. Fast mall
No. 8 , from the west , en the Atchlson ,
Topeka and Santa Fo railway , was
parllally detailed In the eastern out
skirts of the city. All of the cais
remained upright and none of the prb-
sengers vero Injured.
Frederick Hotn of Kansas City , a
switchman , was killed , and J. If. Tlarr
and W. A. Hogers , n'till cletks. and A.
N. Gilbert , a second switchman , all of
Kansas City , wore hurt slightly.
The accident was caused by the
forward mail car jumping the track at
a switch. The rest of the train went
In another direction and struck a
work train , but the passongi-r was go
ing at a slow rate , so that no material
Pullman Company Declares Dividend.
Chicago , Oct. 1C. At the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the
Pullman company the usual quarterly
dividend of $2 nor share from net
earnings was declared. The total revenue -
enuo for the fiscal year ending July
31. 1J03 , was $23,120,712 ; totnl ex
penses , $10,622,993 ; net surplus , $3.-
497,719. Tito number of passengers
carried during the year was 12,321,2'iO.
Evidence Against Miller and
Johr.s Siibmilted to Jury.
CHRISTIANCY ON THE ST/ND.
Former Assistant Attorney General
Makes Star'llng Cnari.jeu Ayalnst
Miller Tells of E > cuts Leading Up
to Ruling In Ryan Case.
Cincinnati , Ocl. 10. In the trial of
Miller und Johns , lor alleged 101- :
splracy to extott a brlho , the ginein
incut ivsted and the dclonsc liitio
duced evidence for three hours One
of the defendants was still on tuo
stand when court adjo irnu. . All of
the witnesses of the goveinmeni won-
fedeial olllcers or former employes
of the government , the most piuml
ueiit being C. A. G. Chrlsilunclii
was tirst assistant attorney In the
olllce of the ussl.Uunt attorney gmeial
of the postolllce department when D
V. Miller wns the second asslsliiin al
torney. Chtlstlancy , while no lunger
connected with the postolllce dep.ni
monl. w. < a startling witness In les
tll'ylng ( but Miller hud ml submit ! I
some important matters In the Itvau
case to him and had misled him In
regard to others , notably In the in
formation on which was based the rul
ing contained In a letter slgneil by
Chrlstlancy and sent out last Iteiom
her , which the government claims \\UH
sent to Johns for Uyan & Co The
government also seeks to establish a
conspiracy by producing a lolonruin
from Miller telling Johns to see Hyatt
The government opened up n most
thorough cross-examination on .loso'ih
M. Johns , who was roughly bundled
during the last hour that ho.is on
the stand. ,
JAMES H. TILLMAN ACQUITTED.
End of One of the Most i Sensational
Trials In Carolina's History.
Lexington. S. C. , Oct. Jii The ac
quittal of "fumes H. Tlliman. who
was charged with the murder of
N. O. Gonzales , editor of the State , at
Columbia , Jan. 15 lust , brought to an
end a trial that since Sept 28 bun
engrossed the attention of the public
of South Carolina as no other trial
has done In the last quarter of a cen
tury. The jury was out for twenty
hours. Never was a case In South
Carolina courts more vigorously con
tested. The solicitor was assisted by
four other lawyers , while the ac
cused was defended by seven. More
than 100 witnesses gave testimony.
Mr. Tlllnmn left on an afternoon train
for his homo in Kd oflold accom
panied by his wife , and Iriends from
his homo county.
Soon after the jury went out a bal
lot was taken which tesulled In n
vote of 10 to 2 for aiqnlllal. Sonn
after one of the minotity joined the
majority , leaving one juror standing
out. Ho held to his views and Kept
the jury out all night. It . .as about
twenty minutes before the knock was
heard on the jury room door that ho
yielded. Many of the jurors got no
sleep at all during the twenty hours
they wore locked up.
After the verdict of "not guilty"
was announced the motion by counsel
for the defense for the discharge of
the defendant was Immediately signed
by Judge Gary , the' solicitor assentIng -
Ing , and Tlliman was at liberty. When
the legal formalities had been gone
through with Tlliman walked up to
the bench and shook hands with the
Judge , after which he shook the hand
of each of the Jurors and later was
surrounded by bis ft lends , who ex
tended their congratulations.
Lincoln Man In Custody.
Lincoln , Neb. , Oct. Hi. J. L. Dlefen-
dorf. for years a mail clerk In the
postofllce , was arrested by Detective
Oantle , charged with robbing the
United States mail. For some time
It has been known that the mails
were being robbed , and recently a de
coy letter was sent out and , accordIng -
Ing to the authorities , Diofendorf was
caught red handed Ho Is In Jail
awaiting the pleasure of the federal
officers. The arrested man Is mar
ried and has a family Ho has al
ways stood high In the community.
Grand Jury to Probe Boodle Charges.
Kansas City , Oct. Hi. A grand jury
to Investigate charges of boodling
made against the board of education
of Kansas City , Kan. Is assured.
Over 100 citizens have signed the pe
tition drawn up by the Mercantile
club asking Judge Fischer of the dis
trict court to call a jury. The iury
will not only bo asked to Investigate
the charges of boodling. but to stop
gambling and close the dozens of II-
llc't saloons riming in violation of tbo
MISSIONARY MEETING ENDS.
Dr. Spencer Delivers Interesting Ad
dress on Japan.
Philadelphia , Oct 10 , The eastern
missionary convention of the Metho
dist Episcopal church cumo to un
end with a monster meeting hold ir.
the Academy of Music. The conven
tion was si success in point of num
bers attending Its M > t > slon and in the
iuterobi aroused for the Christianiz
ing of the heathen world. Prominent
clergymen and laymen from all parts
of the country were present as delegates -
gates and mlflclonarles fiom Africa ,
SlberiJ , Japan , China , India and
nillimerlia uUo ( unit pail In the
proi i-'dlinjs ItccaUKC nl ( be piem-nt
course of oviMiin In Iho tat oust the
addroHi of Dr Spencer on Japan \\ait
pintlculurly Interesting lie IIIIH : < | i"til
tnenty yoiiiH In Jiipun und told of the
progress of mission work Iu that
country Among other things ho
fluid : "In sax Ing Japan you stivo the
Orient I would help Jupan sine
China. I would help hot build a wall
no high und sliottg that the Kimslun
boar could neither scale or mil crawl
through It , for I - II known unlo vou
that wherever thai boar pluooti his
paw there IH au end lo 1'rolenlaut mis
sions und to American commerco"
Declare Vncr.ncy on Ticket.
IVs Molnos. Ocl Hi The iilittn
ballot commission decl'ired that Ihcto.
Is a vacancy in the Itepubllcan leiiu-
toriul ticket In the lltemor Hutlor
district , und ( hut Iho name of W N.
Lai kin should not appear on ( he
ticket because his nomination wan
secured through fraud. He was nom
inated In the convention alter an
other mint from his county had picked
a majority of the de' ' ales to Iho
convention The commit lee will fill
the vacam \ and probably select anew
CHICAGO SPORTS GO TO IOWA ,
Doxincj Under the Dnnn \ the Windy
City and Ring Followers As
semble at Davenport.
Chicago , Oct Id Special In The
News : lloxltig being under I lie ban
In Chicago : il tliu present Ihiu1 , tint
oyoH of lln > local ring I'olloworH arc
tiinicil toward Davi'iipoit , lowii ,
whither a coiiHldorablo delegation
will no tonight to wltni'HH a boxing
Hliow slated to bo pulled ofT In that
city. Tin1 mugnot that will serve to
attract the Hportlng fraternity In a
ten-round bout between Ilenny Van-
KIT of Chicago and .lack Clifford ,
with a record of having achieved
much KMCCCKH in the lighting game
In Montana , Utah and other nee-
tloiiH thereabouts. Among the C'hl
cage fraternity ho IH practically an
unknown < | tiaiitlty and they are lookIng -
Ing forward with coiiHldoivibl ( > In
terest to Hee wlint kind of a show-
\\\K \ \ he can make against Hiich a
clever and liurd-hltting lighter an
MARSHAL LOSES HIS PLACE.
Vermont Otliclal Removed by Presi
dent for Neglect of Duty.
Washington , Oct 1(5. ( The piosl-
dent upon Iho recoiniiiendallon ol the
attorney general , IIIIR removed Mar-
ylial Fred A. Field of the dlHtilct ct
Vortnunt lor dereliction ut duty In
permitting the escape at I'roviden ,
II. I , of tin oo Chinese cntiiiHted to
him for deportation. The. prisoners ,
who obcapod with eleven others , \vore
under Hentonce of ilcpoilatlon and
wore conducted to I'lovidence on the
evening ol Juni ! 20 and placed on
hoard a si earner ut that point some
time prior to that time. At "i o'clock
the marshal lc.lt the boat and ie-
tnrneil to lloston , loavlng the prison
ers In charge of his son , who was act
ing as bis dopiitj , to accomi any the
prisoners to San Francisco llefon *
leaving them the marshal inlormcd
his son that two men weie on the
boat , whom bo claims bad been point
ed out lo him UR proper persons , but
whom ho bad never seen helm p. might
assist him if necessary and that he
lKht leave the piisoiiers In their
charge while he wont to supper. The
deputy did so and upon bis icturn
fiom supper found that tin1 two men
and three piisoncrs had escaped.
SHERMAN STATUE UNVEILED.
President Roosevelt Delivers Address
of the Day.
Wubhinglon , Oct. Hi.With impies-
give ceii-monies an ciiuchiiian statuu
ol William Tccumsuh Shcinian was
unveiled bete in the pii-tieiiri : ol olli-
cial Washington , with Ihu piesidont
at its head and thousands ol veteraiib ,
membeis ol societies ot the ain..es of
the Tennessee , the Cumberland , the
Ohio and the Potomac. As the two
larte Hags enveloping the statue wer
drawn aside by William 'i'ecunibeh
Sheiman Thurndyku , thu grandson o *
the dead chieftain , the cannon of the
Fourth artillery buomed a salute and
the Marine band struck up the "Star
Spangled Banner. " Success In evoiy
detail nttended the ceremonies.
Ilel'oro the unveiling uf the statue
the president and Lieutenant General
Young , chief of the general stalf of
the army , reviewed the troops partici
pating In the dedication parade from
the Bland opposite the statue. The
president delivered the address of the
day. A representative from each of
the societies of the four armies spoke
In eulogies of General Sherman.
Dowieltes at Buffalo.
Buffalo. Oct. 1C. Si-M-n tralnloads
of John Alexander Dowie's restoration
host , bound for New York , arrived
here , und after spending a few hours
at Niagara Falls resumed their pil
grimage to Now Yoik. Six of the
trains carried 2,000 zlonlata. und the
sovi-nth was the prophet's special
train. Kiu li of the six trains were In
charge of lorty Jilon City guards.
Lake Steamer Sinks.
A8hlur > nd. Wis. . Oct. 10 The steam
er Marnviotto sprung a leak and wont
down In 200 feet of water near Mich-
lean island. Four of thono on hoard
had narrow escapes. The Marquette
cleared from Ashlund with a cargo of
Mud at Pert Riley Causes
Change in Program.
MANY BATTERIES OF ARTILLERY
Troops Will Include Nine Tbounand
Rrutilarn and Five Thousand Mili
tiamen Five E.ttra Townships
Camp Satigor , I'or ! Itlloy , Kan ,
Oct. HI. Tin' reglitionlal ill III i Hchod
tiled lor the moinliig woio culloil off
on account ol the mud , im wan Iho
pioblom lor ( bo ultotnoon Evcr > oito
wltoIIH not engaged In KOIIIO duly
wits driven into his touf b ) the wind
and rain General .1 MimUlui Ili'll ,
U. S A , who will cotntnund the second -
end htlgado , arrived with | IH ! Hlaff ,
and hi' \\IIH rocoivi'd bv n salute of
elo\en gutiH Colonel Artbtit I , Wag
uor. assistant adjulanl general , IIUH
boon appointed chlol itiuplio Colonel
.loHoph II IliiiHl. Third cavali ) , bai
boon uppolnlod senior u.nplto of I he
blue fotcoH und Lloutonaut Colonel
Cbarli'H ( I Trout , coiiimaiidaul ol < !
dolH. senior un pirn of the IIIOVMI
The Joint itiaiiouvorH of the regulate
rid National ( itiurd will coiiiiniuii o on
Moitda.v next When all tioopti an-
signed ba\o arrlvod they will niimhor
M.tint ) , about fl.lino rogtilarH and 5,0(10 (
militia. ThlH IH about twlro the num
ber of troops that puillclpulcd In the
mimouvors ut Fort Illloy hint your.
Thn maneuver territory this year I1)
also in OUOHS of that of n year ago.
Farm land adjoining Iho roNorvatlou
will be used. The govoinmotii IIUH
selected four townships In Gouiv
county and one township In Hlley
county noith of the reservation. The
maneuvers ultimately will see the
moblll/atlon of more field batteries
thnn hun houn , made nlncu Iho t'lvll
"OPEN" SHOP THEIR THEME.
Civic Federation Discusses Questions
Affecting Industrial Situation.
Chicago , Ocl. It ! Discussion of the
( liuiHllon ol' the "opon" shop by tupru-
uentutlves ol labor and ol capital took
up the gioalor putt ot the llrat session
ot thu National Civic Federation con
ference , which IH endeavoilng to es
tablish iiioto rightful telutloim be
tween otfiloyeiH and employes and to
end Hit lie. VaiioitH phases of the
matter of lieedotu of employment ,
which IH now agitating the eitllin
world , vveio piesunled by Intel i.'Htud
DurliiK bis talk int "open" shop ,
John Mitchell , picsldo.nt ol the United
Mluo Worlu'ts. strongly denounced
thu nonunlonlst und the slrlKo btimk-
or , whom he likened to cilminals.
Prosldenl Mitchell will leave for
Colotado Saiurday night at the close
of the conleronco to lake personal
charge ol the lontio'ersy between the
coal miners and the Colorado Fuel
and lion lompany and the Vl < tor
Fuel company. The men have de
manded an eight hour day with an in
crease of 2fi cents , which the com
panies refuse to grant I'nloss a sol-
tlntnent Is toadied Mr Mitchell t-aid
'hat a strike affecting 2.'l,0in ( men
would he i ailed on his arrival In Cole
EXPRESS MESSENGERS STRIKE.
Pacific Express Company Employes
Stop Work In Several States.
St. Louis , Oct. 10. At the goneial
houdquai tors ol the I'acillc Express
company in the Equitable building , it
was estimated that the strike Inchi led
eighty-live expioHb mohsongois , sixty
drives ) and clerks and lorty poitois ,
and nine employes in East St. Ixmis ,
making almost 200 men affected The
board ol diioetois during its quarterly
meeting took undo conbideration the
demand of the express messengers
It was decidid that the Iricicaso could
not bo g > anted and won ) was sent out
to that effc I Superintendent OciiRch
said that he had boon notilled that
employes hid gone out in Kansas , Ar-
kansos and Texas , but not in any con
Auto Endurance Run Ends.
I'lttsbtirg , Oct. 1C. The automobile-
endurance run to Pittaburg from New
York came in a close with twenty-
one machines In at the finish. Thu
cars of Thomas , Gather and Whitman
wore the last to arrive , and It Is now
thought that the dual count has been
made. A telegram of congratulation
was received from President Shut-
tuck of the Automobile club ol Am ° r-
lea , and there were numerous other
telegrams of a like character from
prominent autoiuohillstR. Mrs A. T
Hiker , the only woman who made the
rvn. was presented with n irasnive
Iowa Democrats Open Campaign.
Dos Molnos. Oct. 1C The Demo
crats opened their campaign with a
meeting at the auditorium. General
Weaver spoke flrst. confining himself
to state issues. Ex-Governor C. S.
Thomas of Colorado spoke briefly In
illation to the present condition of
the Democratic parly. Congressman
M. J Wade discussed the taiiff and
revenue and presented the view that
the present schedules are too high
and that they are laigoly responsible
for the existence of the truMs.
Editors Sentenced for Leeo Majeste.
Lolpslc , ijoruiaiiy , Oct. 16. The
court hero has septencjLHeir
Ilib. ( In I'dll'it of the l.eljmlc Volk
/i-rtimg , in ximonths' ImprlHon-
ineni . lieullellr un , of ( be Allen
buig I VolltH.rituiiK to Ilirco nic'iitlin '
anil I lr ) Schoopplln , member of the
KclcliHlag und nn editor of Hie I.dp
HC | Volkserliing , lo four monlliH' for
ICHC miiJi'Hli' In imhllHhlng un urliiln
coticeinlug an alleged half hiother of
( be ( iernian emperor reproduced from
n Vleniui paper.
Admltn Sionlny Flctltloun Name.
Diilulb , Minn , Ocl H ) Charles F
Lelutld , president of the defum I Com
merclal llankliiic company , at it meet
Ing ol ciedltors admitted that hit
signed Hie IHilltlouH name of Mi In
lyre lo a note to iiecure money for
bin own utio from the bunk I.Huml
dtew out of the batik , which wan A
nilvuto concern , $40,000 fllnce March
6cwlnu Machine Plant Sbutn Down
Providence. H I , Ocl \ > ' Ov tig lo
un Hacbmeni for n iuuiler | of a mil
lion dollaiH , which \MIH placed on thf
lilant of the lloniehold Hewing Ma
chine company bete by truidcih of
the William J King estate , ( he inn
chine works hnve been shut down for
nn Indellnltr petlod The nltai limit } '
wan plui oil to cover noloH valued at
$ i.Tiniii ! ; ) uhlrh H In claimed ate ( hn
lo Hie estnle
GRAIN AND LIVE STOCK MARKETS
Opening Quotatlono In Chicago This
Morning The South Omaha
Live Stock Market.
( This market furnished by Ward ,
Humus , Wilder Ki Co. , CommlHHlou
morcliantH , 221 Hoard of Trndo ,
Omaha , Neb. , meiiiliurii Chlouno board
of I rade. |
Chicago , Oct 1(5. ( The opening
prlcim on grain tblfl morning nro aa
Decemhor wheat 7i ! )
December corn 15 % .
December out i . ' ! ( ! % .
SOUTH OMAHA LIVE STOCK.
Prevailing Prlcoo at the Yards Thl
( This market furnisned by Jack HOD ,
Illgglns & Co. , Llvo Stock Comnils-
don morchuntii , Stock Wxchango
llulldlng , South Omaha. )
South Omaha , Oct 1(5.Cattle ( Ke
olpts 2,0110 Market on nteerH Hteady
Market on cows steady , about sumo
I'Voders iihio run steady today
llogH Hecclpi 3.500. Market slow
I'rlcoH lungii 5 und 10 cents lowoi
Hulk of union tiLnnd at $0 10.
Sheep - HecelptH 1(5,000 ( Market
lully an sttong IM ycHtcrduy and run
nini ; steady.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Day's Trading and
CIlll'IIRII. Oil l.'l Ill'pOltl llf ll.UM.IKf \J \
fioht to ttir \\lif l crop In Arp ntlui
iliuli'il NlioilN to ( OVIT loijiiy mill tin iinir
kl-l Mlli'il strong , llrrrlnliHI I'luslIlK S'
lilKlU'l l > Mill" ! i inn \\ii : j -h.i'li liiKli
m , hut nitlM IVKIU tloh \r , \\ltli Jiiiinar/
\ | | ) nil fiom T"y tu IT'jr
Win-ill ) . ! . , Wc : Dec. , TtH-i. ' . m\
Cm u ( > i-t , Mu , Dee , > lu >
Oulh Mrl. , IS'u ; Div. , KOTJ < % ; M 37S
Pork'Oct. . , 1I.EO ; Jan. , IIIU.'i M r
I.unl Oi-t , $ rt.ilfi. Dfc. . MOT Jn
$0.70 , MHT , $ fi 72.
ItlliK Oi't . * H to .Inn , 1fl.'t7 Mm * n H.
PlilrjKo l wli 1'rleoh WliHin No . rcil
R.MIH.IIs.i . ! i'ii wv , > i''i' . niiiiiiii.a NH i
.iprlni ; WVTihlc' N'K. 'I Hirliit | ) 7.VnH.1r N.
J limit 7vlsO'/j\ ' il\r : No .1 hard TlffJ
7Sr. ll or I'oni N't " 'IMI 4IV&MHM & ,
No. 't ctiKti , 'lo'Ji'iAtiP , So J v'Mox * 47l'j'4
47'X..r ' No r ji'llow , ITAi-IT'-ji ' Out * N <
2 ciihli , : illS'o. . 2 wlillc , .IIMi.l-.l'V ' No 3
Chicago Live Stock Market.
( . 'liliilKD , Ort. l.'i ( ntlliUiiTlpt * t'J
CHNI Inclinlllie 'J.V I vM'htriiiH lun C""il
to pilini' Htfcrn. s.'i 7H' < i' > 7."i poor fi nu
illmil , $1 rrOH .Tii ; "Im kiTM anil fcrilors
fJ'.V/l-l l.'i ; n > w . SI o'.T-t V ) , -Ifum. . $ ( <
14 " . " > ; ( aimers , $1 IIKH.TJI. tnillx . < J OtVin
I .Ti . i\\f \ * . * 'J ' . ' 6l7.'Jfi Ti'vns fi'il bteer * .
HllKK IIl > lvlllH | I0.j | > . .I.I I. "I , CStllliall-'l til
IUCHIOU , il.OiO. l'i'lilKlH'i uilvil iiuil
llHtclllTM' . .f.'i l J/li JO. gnixl to clloll'p
hi'Bvy. t. % "Mrd 15 , roncli Invv J.l.liT i
$ 'i7. . Ilk'lM ' " < * 1 I" Imlk "f ilii. Vi.p-i
4i ( ! OO Sliri'p ltriflii- | < .11 IKK ) MI | , ( i , nifct
iHlllllx. HlrailV til 1Oi I i I < IK , ' ! I" 'hilly. '
wt'lln-ii. * .1.4O'i/4i i. full to iluilii. tuliicil
$ ' - ' I' ri. ' ! mlM' ; H-iti slici-p. $ -'J.V < i4 S > an
tlvi' l.niilM , $ : i .Vi'i.'i 'P < I vM' > tmi lauibtt ,
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KMIIUHH I'lty , Oil l.V- I'nttlilti"oliti ,
n , ( on , Minn h , fUoli i > lii-i-f xii'ii- $ > l
: > .M fair to KIMII ! , $ l.l'.Vi(4 ( no. > li ki-rk and
fccik'ia , $ l.Tr i4 00 ; wi-stirti fi-il hirer *
$ 'I.2 : J4 30 , Ti'\an .mil linHim sli'iis fH )
WI.40 ; 'IVxa < COWH. < 17Vd'jKi : imtl\--
ootri , tl .vxii.'l it'i ; riHitro helfors. $ ' . ' .2V. |
40O , cuniK'iH , fl.OO'if. ! : : u hull$1 7.VI. ( .
i-alvi-K S-M-mii/J. ) . HOL uoi'iptK ; > , eon
nii > iii > il lOililKhii , iin i"l liiKU" ! top
f.VN ) . hulk nf tains , s.'i 'i.i'ii.l 711 IH-HVV
S.'i -j.Vi/'i if. inUril pmki-is. i.'i ( Vkfi | 7
llk'lil x i uV j..W ( ) . vorkii'i 7.Vn'i MI plp-
S.ri 27 ' . ' " 7" . SliCfi | | | . - . | | . 7cm urn'
kct SIICIIUIT : nnllvi' laniln \ t 'Viifi . '
wi'Ktiiiii Inmb'i. 91. ' . Vit' > HI fi-w I'wosJ TO
tntt.75 : TI-XHK rllppptl MMilhm- $ ' < > ' <
4,0 ) j Ti'Ml * cllppi-il sli fp $ _ ' 4 ( > < ir > '
cturkcrs nml feedct' , $ ' . ' ( 4ii.uO. ;
South Omaha Live Stock Market.
South Omulin. i > rt. \ < I'ultlo UP ipta
O.tmO : kti'uily n itlMNUHM , $ . ' 7viri.CT >
- mill lii-lfi'i'k .t ( i . '
I-O M , $ il. i < \-xlora
ti'i $ . ' ) "i-l IU ; TCXH * i.i-ii- " < B
'l.iki ; iniiit' ' < 'iiw8 anil liflffi.v - ' jx.u.f J."i.
ruiini rs i ) MKn'J 5JT > : Ktoi > k > T NIK ! fcrtlt'i < ,
> 'J. . CI I III. r.lhi'h , Hl.Mil'i i"i UuHM stuCK ,
Die. , $17.VW.i.V lloxUiM.lpM M <
closcil .V / lllililghor. . hi-i\v w HiWG r , . ,
lili\rd. * "i. I.V < l i VI , light .si Vifiio > A > pli- .
$5.ui)4"i..Vi ) , Inilk of inle , $ 'i I.VJtrt.r.j
Slifi'p U H"i'l- | . 8 ! IV > vi.av , | to Htfotuft-r
wcblcrti yiMiillne" . v I "i"-it s."i wctbprs ,
Vl.itOiiii l ; eui-s , J-.7oit-l . luiunion uuJ
itoukurk. $ 'J."f' f.t..riO ; lumbi , ? 4XKUj5.00.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
St. JoM.-pb , Oct. 10-Cattle Jlccelpti ,
2- ; steady : natives , $4.0c > Qfi.2C ; eons
and liftfcrii , Jl.'JMM.TS ; utociors * nd f eJ-
CTK , f..7Mi-K ( ; ) . lloenvc lpta , 3.447 ;
uiostlr tO > utOe liltfhfr ; debt. $3.03ti5.l > 5 ;
medlu * ) and Uvav/ ,
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