The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 256, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 18, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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► Lint Strikers Art To-<J Thtf Art
Not War ted Arj More.
WVOMLVO STRIKERS FIRM.
M'Keesyort striker* Go T« Work *«TUtl«a
M • L««M Wt«i Mytrwr Ut«
V«ik (tat-Dork Uoiti«rt
Wu TWtr FlfhL
Xamptai Miat Jo!t IT —T>.e
OB.T <jt«tioo with tt« lrjc*i tri*tr*
now i hew to fret beck to work To-
dav * representative of the 800 line
notified « enerai Manager L'nder-
w«ad that thev were rttdj to r*rtnm.
tot laderwojd informed tftat
the r >^i r*a-i no fr^r men who had
deaerted >r t*r*n diacharyed f >r refo
*a# to ' >rm their 4vtit^ To-daj he
aa.: v.- at n L*- •* anted and did n I
pe jp** \o tftkr ftaj of then
VTowis« STfcJKMt* STILL FISH
ritrc^9fc Wyo . Jalj IT—The mem-
"n - "-■ '• ' • Fa i * ? on wo
a«r* end at La ram.#- hftre * ,♦*-! almost
enar.-.-x.oe Ar : t • return V> worn and
La*e rtff.Ted a tele^rma fr -m ritbt
4tciftnnjf tha*. the refutl of the gen-
era. nuar.ajf-- • * *pt hi- term* ma>le
k** P**e ti /f. . • y tron| an*! predict-
ing an early *ry
M M.KL*T-,fiT stktkf.jh *r*i to «ok|.
McKEt^porr J'* July it \^ut
ftM*i strikers returned to work at the
XfttioMl Tube work* tee-day .\ iar/e
number of strikers surrounded the
plant and entran — but tnftde Bo at-
tempt to interfere with the men pi/iny
in. Trouble i- h'/v -Trr \*.. h *r.
they come out thU aftern<>on .Sheriff
Richard* and VD deputies are on jfuard
•itcanojr at *r loci*.
Kt I>i i« .July ]? Strike Director
Elliott of the American Railway union
•aid that unless the trades unions
St Louis went out in *ympathy with
the railway men the strike here was
lost He admitted that fully one-third
of the railway employe* who went out
originally ha<l returned to work in the
Wfc T ll'PF.RIOR MK.X WALK Ol'T-
West m pkkiok. Win.. July 17 —The
men of th * J.alo- Superior Terminal dc
Transfer < o went out to-day, tyinjf up
fcll the «witehin«r at the head of the
lake because the company handled
Northern Pacific and Omaha cars.
U*A K IHOVK1.KM Wl* 11JKIB FIGHT.
AhhtaBTTLa 0 July 10. —All the ore
shovelerfc arid dock men who have been
on strike for a week returned to work
to-day. The demands made by th
men were acceded to by the various
A MOB IN A ( OLKT IlOCSF.
A Negro Brute Taken from Hefora the
Judy* wid Htrnug l'p.
Scotttviu.k. Ky.. July 17.- Marion
Howard, colored, we, taken from the
courthouse here to-day and handed to
a tree in the courthouae vard.
Howard was being tried on the
charge of brutal assault on Beulah
davidson. age<i 10 years, lie was cap-
tured yesterday afternoon The mob
was onlerly but determined.
MU«oiirl Kpworth Offlrer*.
Wahkknhri'ho, Mo.. July 17.—The
Kpworth League state convention
closed last ni^lit at F'ertle Springs.
The officers for the ensuing year are as
follows President, A. K. \V'hi taker, of
St Louis; vice presidents. J. \4. Car-
lyle. of Nt. Louis \V. N Pritchett, of
Albany, and ' liishop, of I<exin^ton:
treasurer Miss Alcinda Allen, of Mex-
ico; secretary, K. 1' Ryland,of Sedalia;
ftasistant secretary. W. If. Single, of
St. l<oiiis. 1'ertle Springs was selected
ft* the next meeting place.
In* r«M<M*« It* Capital.
KANNAS C'itt. Mo., July 17.—The
•tuckholders of the Arkansas Construc-
tion < o. to-day voted to increase the
capital stock of that company from
81.000 OOO to «:.. VK).ooo. This is the con-
struction company engaged in building
the Kansas < ity. Pittsburg A (Julf nil-
way. already in o[>eration from Kansas
< ity to Siloam Springs, Ark The fnnds
thus derive ! will be used in building
the railway from Slloarn Springs, Ark.,
its pievnt terminus, to Sh re report
\ IJuarrel l( -4ult« In Heath.
81:•" "• Citv, Kan., July i: John
I'ratt. a longtime resident of this coun-
ty. who sold his farm to one C. 8. Palm-
er of (Joshen, I ml., persisted in moving
some of the artieles which were includ-
ed in the bill of sale This resulted in
a light in which Palmer was struek on
the head by Pratt's hired man and died
Saturday. Previous to Palmers death
his assailant was arrested and tried for
assault arid battery which, it isclaimed.
stops further prosecution.
Dyiihmlt* I'm L'nder a Train.
Hack Rai-ids, Minn., July 17.—An
attempt was made Saturday night to
wreck a Northern Pacific passenger
train here by placing dynamite on the
track. The engine was lifted clear of
the track and the passengers were bad-
ly shaken up, but no serious damage
resulted. The explosion was heard
'niles away. Suspicion rests upon four
MatutiH May Kiprl Breckinridge.
LotiHViu.h Ky.. July 17. A special
to the Post from Lexington says that
the Royal lodge of Masons will meet to-
night and the question of expelling
Col. Breckinridge will come up. As u
majority of the members are opposed
to the colonel it is said he will be put
Bold Bandit* at Zeandale, Kan.
Wamkoo, Kan.. July 17.—(j. T.
Shipps, a storekeeper at Zeandale,
formerly county superintendent of
Pottawatomie county, was held up and
robbed in his store Saturday night by
two inen. who shot at him before he
would give up. They afterwards held
up a farmer for 9'.'00.
THREE ftOLOIE&a KILLED.
lerrtoM Kipioetoo of tk* Aaaultloa of
a (uloc la ChAcafo
Chicago JS*y 17 — \ ft*-
tAc^ed to ft ii^tcr.k.M ,riE in charge of
b%tury F xrcood I'c.ied Sutei ar*..*-
1"7- tsplodtd it 1J0 o'clock t--.
tr.e cofTurr t Grftta ftti Oa,
boTjlcrftri, Three soldier* were
ftnd twelve were ffttftilv
^anv of «hc«n will die
of tLe k...ed wfti Farrier Galler.
troop b bevecth cftv-^lrv f Fort
Sheridan, lae vthers were members
of battery F Second artillery of Fort
Hiley Kan ani B cav-
Tfte trfXjp ftn-i battery a charge of
' ftpt. Dcdd. -"f tne Seventh cavairv
were prxreed.n^ fr Lathe lak« front to
quftrters at Hyde park. At Oak-
■ wockl and Grtad boalevards the
lioichUta fun with its rtistrra
waa in the rear of the com-
mand when soddenij the ground
^ho^k w;th a fearful explosion and a
burst of flame and sm-Jte ahot from tne
caiaaon and shell and ballet* flew in
every direction Wind
vered for blocks aroi
walking on the %idewal
^ hen tae sza /ice cleared %way the
artillery hone* were lyinjr dead
on the ground, their carca*^-* nearly
torn to pieces All ftroand lay dead
and wounded men.
The brown stone home of a Mrs.
r*evlin. at f>akwood and Grand V>ule-
vards 'A4-, per/orated by several bul-
lets. which pasted through the wall-..
'/las* wa« shattered and walls and
ornaments were torn and broken.
The ' ause of the explosion is not pos-
itively known. It is supposed tfcnt a
fuse worked loose from one >>i the
cartridges and the powler ground )>*••
tween the brass shells in the caisson
ignited and exploded the rxia-w*.
> ALE AM) OiFOBD.
The Contest Beto-ee- tht Athittc
Teamt of tr*t T«e Un>*tr t ek
LAIN SPOILS THE SP<jRT.
Aiae ,raB« Loo* m the Baaalaf Kv«tt
— Btekofc. of lale, Wiaa tk* Hs .
*r Tkrovlac—Taio Wias tk*
Ruaslcf J wmpa.
• were shat-
i idi pe<jple
Is tZjfjjc. July 17 —The weather to-
day -.*a- anything but sfttiafactory for
ft high c .a«e contest between the a th-
.-*• teams of Vale and Oxford. Aeoid
v :.d prevailed ail the morning and
t-Lere were many showers while the
c- ' •'**• ns of the main pavilion were
mftrred br rain wftter ftnd the Amer-
ican and Lnglish flags which graced
the structure were drenched. But no
ft mount of r-ftd weather could dempen
the enthuft^aam of the people and long
Wfatn the kov fixed for the first event
the vast majority of the 26.000 people
exp -< ted to witness the struggles had
crowded into the grounds.
i a.. t -arn arrived at the grounds
'* • • <•- i *•. *-r.t i:r.rn -d;at. . '
* an^ were -r,r.
iii^ rubbed down by their trainers.
The * >\1 rd itien had lieen on the
ground for some time and when the
handlers were through with the Vale
ft'hletes the two teams were photo-
graphed in a group The hundreds of
nmbrellaa which were open on all side*
made trie cro wd dreary and sober look-
ing. Many of the toilets of the ladies
showed by their dark blue coloring
that they were in sympathy with Ox-
ford. but there were alvj a number of
ladies •• hose display of the light colors
of U. - showed that the fair sex of
America intended to do its utmost to
encourage their athletes.
'1 he foyil )*,x was filled with am- |
bassador- ministers, etc
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-TA2ri>IK<l OF THE TEaH^
a Mwtlnf of tb« A B T Director* It
Dtti<l <l to vod Dot AflUtort
to A/uum >♦* Inter*:*; la
- Cht^ago July 17. — Eugene V Debs.
pr*r<ident of the American Railway
union, declared positively last night
that 5.ij0j employes of the stock yards
and packing houses would strike thia
morning to assist the railroad strikers
and atao predicted walkouts on more
than one railroad. Neither of his
predictions were verified None of the
raiiroada were incommoded in the lea-«t
ftnd at the stock vards there was no
-sign of a tie-up On the contrary all
the /Teat packers resumed without
trouble. The police received informa-
tion that a raid by a mob was planned
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. >r the yards to-day for the purpose of Saturday
stopping work in the packing houses.
A force of 300 officer* was secreted
about the yards to be kept on duty all
'lay The yards to-day contained
about 17.000 cattle. 10. uOusheep and 17,-
W hen Debs was seen at the Revere . „
still in hope, of winning the -tnke. medium raU«J T-.ia, btep here Th- H..r-
' We have by no means conceded that j *«*"' ^"11 and 3 to i)c iower tlun Ian wtrck.
the strike is lost at Chicago." said he. |^e foilowl°E are representative ^ales
The men who are out here are still | w lamb' i.T*?r5 i«4 'is *5
i 10 5-2 7^3 i 10
1 "5 Ji 574 1 SO
714 I SO :i "40 1 Hi
KoL-eipts ^sturday < Io shipped
The market *«** active sr. J lOo
At Peoria—p. .r..
: higher closing du„ and «e«k
j are rej-reienutlve sales
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the Siamese minister, who takes the "" -
most lively interest in athletic sports.
The f nited states ambassador, Mr.
Jiayard. and Mrs. Jiayard, liishop J'. t-
ter and all the secr rtaries of the
I nited States embassy were con-
spicuous in a group which was sur-
rounded by the foreign representatives
who were in sympathy with the Vale
fry, of Oxford, won the 100 yard
dash by a foot and a half to a yard in
10 Jordan, of Oxford, was second
and Pond, of Yale, third.
iiickok. of \ ale. threw the hammer
110 feet ." inches on hi* fourth throw
and won Jfrown, of \ale. was second
with lol ft-et and Robinson, of Oxford.
third with 101 feet 10 inches. The
score then stood Vale 9. Oxford 9. the
scoring being done as follows: The
university team winning a first in any
event. 3 points; third place in any event,
In the 120 yards hurdle race Oakley,
of Oxford, was first and Hatch, of Vale.
second. < ady, of Yale, fell at the last
hurdle and Oxford was third. The
time was lft 2-." —one-fifth second faster
Shot I>*ad fij a l>*puty Marshal.
Lkavkxworth. Kan July 17. -Ed.
alias March Oonohue. a marble cut-
ter and a deputy marshal, accu'sed by
John Coffey, a miner, of protecting
non-union men. got a revolver and at-
tacked Coffey in a saloon. Coffey cut
bonohue s head with a beer tflass and
both tusselled on the fi'Mjr. Finally
Donohue drew his revolver and shot
once but missed, f offey ran up stairs
toward a pool room, when a second
shot killed him.
Th« I'ailaian (um|mn).
Chicago. July 17.—Vice President
W ickes. of the Pullman company,
stated V/-day that the company was
willing to take back its striking em-
ployes Our manager at the works
he said, lias been Instructed for sev-
eral weeks to put the men back to
work just as soon ai enough of them
agree to work to make the running of
all departments possible We could
probably get along with 1,000 men.'
A storm !'r*dl«-t«d for Kan *4.
Toprka, Kan.. July 17.—Gov. Lewel-
ling has received a communication from
A. J Devoe, of Hackensack. N. J., in
which he predicts that a severe storm
will cross Kansas between July £} and
•ausing floods in the eastern part of than Oakley had ever made.
the state and tornadoes in the north- Oreenhow. of Oxford, won the mile
western. He claims that he predicted run easily. The times of the three
laps was as follows: first. 1 minute 19
seconds; sccond. 2 minutes 51 seconds;
third, \ minutes 2-5 seconds, fireen-
how was eighty yards ahead of Mor-
gan. the only Vale entry, at the close.
IJildyard was the second "string" man
entered by Oxford, but retired at the
opening of the third lap. The result
was not unexpected, as Morgan's l>est
time was five seconds lower than that
^ ale won the running broad jump.
Sheldon clearing 22 feet 11 inches;
fry. of Oxford, second, with 22 feet %
inch: Oakley, of Oxford, third, with 22
feet '. inch.
Oxford won the quarter mile run.
Jordon being first in fifty-one seconds;
Sanford. of Yale, sccond.
In putting the shot Yale won. Iiickok
made a "put' of 41 feet 7:; inches,
while Brown, of Vale, was second.
1'on l. of Vale, was third in the quar-
ter mile run. Johnson, of Oxford, win-
ning by two yards.
The running high jump resulted in a
tie at feet * '4 inches.
Oxford won the half mile run with
ify winning the half mile run Oxford
secured the necessary number of firsts
to give it the championship, its men
being first in the
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It on by /iuiiuf-rinan.
July 17.—I if teen thousand
s<embled yesterday at the
j \ elodrome t., witness the contest be-
J Z nuneimnn and Bmr&tn an
Knglishman. The fir^t race. 1
mile. was won easily bv Zim-
; merman. who finished a dozen
, lengths ahead of his competitor.
Iii tne iMoud race Sniilea, Zinunnrmnn
followed liarden with the pacemakers
j until the fifth lap was entered upon.
I hen he let himself go. and shot ahead
"O fa--t that Harden seeing there was
j no chance to win. retired. Zimmer-
man's time was 11:09
enthusiastic, and from what 1 saw
addressing several thousand of them
yesterday I am satisfied that the cause
is not lost. Hereafter we are not go-
ing to make our plans public before
they are executed I arn strongly of
the opinion that the American Railway
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Saturday 31 The market continues very dull,
with values unchanged
(hirago I.|ve Stork.
Chicago. July 14 —H'jgs R -c -.p*.< 16.000:
official Saturday u sy< -hlprncnin Saturday,
i 214. left over, a^xjut 1 ,&u0 4 n--t . g -a,
anion will give evidences of its strength [prices v!c higher ^if^p^e^ ar^'biyi'sj
here by moves that will be mado by llales nmifttkgqs.10 tor light; t4:u^4s5
railway employes verv ^x n. 'or rough packing 10 ?,,r
At noon to-dfty the strikers* head- I -h.e*vy dipping lotv pig*,
quarters at L'hlrich's hall
5 20 for heavy packing and shipping lot-
were en- I Cattle—Receipts 7.VH. official Saturday I-
lnencd a- much a* possible 1 \* speech ' ^ •hipments Saturday
making. I>*bs himself participated in | We.ak anJ vTir^ 1 *rf
the oratory. lie confined his re.narks ' , offl, ': Saturd T 3 *
u-wlf t ^ ♦ . .V, shipment* Saturday, non.- marri-t - ,w
largely to roasting th.- n-a - pap. : > and price, ttmdf. slow
"Ihe strike i- not over." Debt de- w. . _ . TT~
:I,art"iar.r",,r- ngtowin. sr. v:'M,r.k:
1 ne railroads are runniu^ freight market steady Hogs Receipt* mar-
trains but they are carrying little ket higher, heavy
to (tov. McKinley the at^irin which
ited Ohio June 2#J.
An Ki-Mllllonare a snmll Former.
Dktkoit. Mich., July 17. \ J.
Whiternan, once a member of the .Min-
nesota senate and a inillionare, was ar-
rested here yesterday for passing a
forged check for 8-V) on a hotel. He
confessed and said that he had been
ruined by gambling. He is also accused
f having misappropriated a large part
of his sister's estate.
Won \ gala
Kki.pamt. Ireland, July 17.-The
American yacht Vigilant and the prince
f Wales' Hritannia met to-day in a
• for the County Downeup. £.~ 0. £25
added for second yacht, over the Koyal
Ulster yacht club's course, lielfast
lough. 50 miles, and the llritannia
won for the seventh time by j minutes
and 20 soconds. Time :0l 1
I arter Ii«-at4 Klllott.
Imva- 1 irv Mo. July 17.—The
thlril ari-1 la>t pi/eon sh'Kjtin^ match
between I>r ( arrcr and .1 A R. Elliott
took place at Kxponition baseball park
Saturday afternoon, and was v.jn by
I>r. Carver by the score of to :>4
' arver won two out of three matches
from Elliott. 1 he total number of
birds killed in the three matches U as
follows: Carver, 2S4; Elliott
of a possible 300.
Condition of >IU onri Hankx.
Jkffkhson Citv. Mo., July 17. Sec-
retary of State Lesueur has just issued
a statement showing the condition of t'^lay though p.
the banks of Missouri at the close of "
business on June 2. The resources are:
Incorporated banks. $4."i.0d5,fK .j 41; pri-
vate. $..1'jo.247.S*: St. Louis. 201*,-
H33>s; Kansas City. ,'.s3.47s. h.); grand
tota 1. * 1 <yj,<>48.(x>3.
Fatal < ate-In of a Tunnal.
mi doi.ksbokol'gii, Ky.. Julv 17.—
Another cave-in has taken place at
Cumberland Oap tunnel. One man
was taken out dead, two are mashed
so that they will die. and three others
are still buried. Physicians of the city
have been summoned.
Flv« Mvei l.o«r liy a C'lou«lliur t.
Litti.k Hock, Ark., July 17.—A cloud
burst above the town of Lead Hill Sat-
urday caused a great flood, which
swept through the place washing away
mauy buildings. The Taylor lumber
mills were destroyed and Mrs. Tayloi
and four children were drowned.
Not to lt«a*1lani;**.l for Murder.
Ai.ba.nv, \. v.. July 17. -Themedical
commission appointed to examine Miss
Li/./.ie Halliday. who was recentl v con-
demned to death at Montiecllo for the
murder of Mrs. McQuillan, has found
tha she is insane. Oov. Klower will
now have her committed for life at the
state criminal asylum at Matteawan.
Hofin'i Army .H^cton. '"'in^ ,ir^ in tl'p 100-yard dash, 120-
I.kxixoion, Mo.. July 17. Hoean's yard Imrdli-. 1 mile run. 440 yards run
industrial army M0 stronjf. reai'heii mil''run. \ ale secured first
here last, ni^ht. The men wen- p,-,- in hammer throw, shot put
mitted to lanil and parade tho principal 1 '.m ' The running high
streets escorted by the l.wttl coal ! 3"™.1' "'"s
miners' union. 'Mfi strong. One hun- " U captain '>f the \ale
dreil officers preserved order. ' ^'*lln aii'' ''a"> winner of the events in
- - which lie figured, is onlv H rears old
Till I'lHU- K«|M,rt. \t-ry Ni.ii.ll. ! f,,jr haired an.I faireomplexione i with
\\ a mm i .n oi on, .1 uly 17. The tutal ,al- „ smile and general look of jollity and
ueof tin and tin plates imported and „l fellowship, he is a trpe of the
entered for consumption in the I"nited ,tUrdy Saxon. His arms and shoul- I
States during the last fiseal year was | ,!,.rs are massive, and his'MO pounds is I , ex-postmaster of Buf-
ihe total value of tin 1 distributed for strength as no man ' a lL'a,llnK' business
manufactures exjM.rted from t he I nited 1 si,,,.,. llctlciHnger Iiickok began his
States during the year was 8--.U4 if. J athletic career at St. Paul s school, in
Over tk lfli(h I'reeiplc**. America, when two years ago he threw
Collinm, Mo., July 17. charlea l)u . ( the hammer 107 feet, equalling the in-
ley, of Iloscoe, who was with a picnic tercollegiate record at that time. He
party on the Sac river bluffs Satur-; also played football and rowed at St.
day. tried to swing over the precipicc; Paul's.
Iiickok turned his entire attention to
football during his freshman autumn
at \ ale, most of the time battling in
o'Dohovmii Komii it.tiiiy «i. j P'^K'tice with Ileffelfinger. However,
Di kmn. July 17. The election for over to the track one after-
city marshal of this city to-day result- n<M)n «'ter playing two hours and
TKLKGKAI'HIC liKEV ITIES.
A tornado swept over upper Havaria
Saturday, destroying 200 houses.
I he house devoted its Saturday after-
noon session to eulogies on the late
Congressman Ilouck. of Ohio.
James Hogan, of Brooklyn. X. J..
fatally beat his son Daniel, who was
asleep. A family quarrel was the
Forest fires have swept over 5,000
acres of lands about Egg Harbor. X. J.
Congressman Gardners farm was laid
Frank Lappine and J. Scott, strike
rioters, of Danville, 111 . have been sent
to jail for ninety days each for con-
tempt of the federal court.
The democrats of Hates county. Mo.
have elected delegates to the congres-
sional convention instructed for Con-
gressman DeArmond s renomination.
Oklahoma post office appointments
were made on the 10th at Huckhead,
Cleveland county, s. Walker, and at
Paris. Kingfisher county. R. Sidles.
Fire in San Francisco Saturday de-
stroyed twenty frame dwellings and
caused the death of two small sons of
E. Leidecker. The losses were 850,000.
B. F. Gentseh, ex-postmaster of Buf
freight. Three months more of thi
sort of thing1 and every railroad in Chi-
cago will be bankrupt. The strike is
still on and will be until we win
Aside from the crowd attracted by
the addresses, the American Railway
union headquarters appeared almost
deserted to-day. Xow and then a •mis-
sionary" drifted into the offices or a
committeeman appeared to make his
report, but the usual crowd and hustle
Mayor Hopkins said to-day that the
statement that some of the troops do-
ing strike duty in this city would be
sent home by him to-day was without
foundation. None would be sent home
ibly some of the out-
side companies would be sent home to-
At a meeting of the American Rail-
way union directors yesterday it was
decided to send out agitators to all
parts of the west to arouse new inter- I
est in the strike. Director Kern was j
sent to St. Louis. Hogan over the I
Northern Pacific. Goodwin over the
Northwestern, and other men to other
points. Then a mass meeting was held
and Debs made an address, in which
he denounced Chief Arthur of the engi-
neers. and declared that the strike was
sure to grow stron?( r each day. At a
meeting of stock yards strikers he ad-
vised all to stav out.
H7a&L r>. lijfht «irr>:s
i TOO: market hlow
Chicago Grain ami Provision*.
July l/l Opened High'st Low\t Closing
Tom — Julv
Ribs - July
« 57 M
6 57 ,
6 57 ,
k n«*« City i.r;«ln.
Kansas cltt July id - The trade la wheat
by sample to-day was very active The "ffer-
ings were large and the advices from the coun-
try ludicute .. continued moral movement.
Millers and elevator men w^re free buyer*.
Price* were about th* anie a- Saturday f.x-
port bids for round lot* were 1 to2c below tha
Receipts of wheat to-day 170 cars
• a year ago.
Quotations for car lot, by sample on trark at
Kansas City were nominally a* follows So. i
hard 17$ 17',c ko shard i • i m .• \ i hard
43ft lc; rejected t red 47^Vs. . na
Ired, ij-awjc. So 4 red 4vihc Rejected 4"j
Corn was in fair demand and In some case*
•lightly hiph«*r prices were obtained.
Receipts of corn to-day, 83 cars, a year ago.
no j mixed sold at 3* *-t-v' ■' according to
PlorKlSu it oct. billing Kausa* City no 3 mixed 3>
No 4. W&Xn- No i White 4" tj.... \ , , «rhlt«.
%n Baatora Ballroad^PresMaot Thlakathm No. t white 1
' Will lu-arh vl oo.ooo,.
on a grapevine, when it broke with I
him. He fell nearly feet and was '
mangled almost beyond recognition
ed in a victory for M. Clancey, aon of j ^,rew hammer 100 feet. He had
Sub-Sheriff* I'lancey. J. (I'Donovan MMM'n working with the athletic team
Kossa. whose candidacy gave sj ecial j h|nce January and was in fine condi-
Interest to the election, received only | ^'on< three successive throws he
smashed the Yale, the intercollegiate
and the world's records, the latter held
by Mitchell, New York Athletic club,
with 110 feet 4 inches. He ulso put the
shot well, winning the spring games
with .'17 feet 8 inches.
Tlie MunhIIIoii llloekatle Broken.
Mah81I.i.o.\, ()., July 17. —Fifty Cnited
States deputy marshals were brought
Work for Twenty-five linn.Ired.
Lancahtkii. Pa., July 17.—The Far-
nuin cotton mills Nos. 1 and • , and the
Schroeder cotton mill, which were
closed down for two weeks, were
started up to-day, and will run for four
days a week. The three mills employ
about 3,500 hands.
An I'ntbrellit Trust Kalla.
New Yobk, July 17.—'Hie umbrella
company which has been known us the
88,000,000 umbrella trust was to-day
placed in the hands of receivers by
I man and politician, committed suicide
Sunday. Business reverses were the
The Chicago Herald, which sent
Walter Well man to the Arctic ocean
on an exploring expedition, has no
fears for his safety despite bad reports
There were sixty-nine deaths from
cholera in St. PetersburgSaturdav. All
the wine shops have been closed on
Sundays and elaborate sanitary meas-
ures have been taken.
Dora Crawford. 13yearsold, adopted
daughter of \V. II. Ureen. of Oswego,
Kan., disappeared Saturday and has
not been heard from since. Officers and
detectives are at work.
Edward Halloway. of Indianapolis,
has been arrested at Terre Haute. Ind..
charged with having caused the wreck
at 1-ontonet. Ind., in which two men
were killed Thursday night.
Mrs. Joseph Xahadil, aged 50, and
her granddaughter, aged 2 years, were
burned to death in their home at Col-
linsburg, Pa., Saturday. An oil can
• • i a., rs.tiii
here from Cleveland to-day to assist in j used to start the fire was the cause,
raising the blockade on the Wheeling i. rfl-r . • * i
, 41*.,,., , K Anarchist hnrieo Luchesi has been
n't I k m l" r"T 4 " p' I •l'"1 at lUslia- ...I suspicion
Hill «n I h 0ac;h.tr"i" N,' l "f ""ii.i.T.-.l Kditor llumll, of
out and the rnsuinption of traffic win l,„(fl„,rIi, by ntal,!.!,.«■ him just us Pte9-
ident Carnot, of France, was killed.
U'coinnlished without diflicult v.
Total Strike L
Nkw Yokk. July 17 It is believed
that the loss occasioned by the strike
has equaled twice the value of the en-
tire property of the Pullman Palace
Car Co. The company is eapitali/ed at
8.J >,000,000, and its total assets are S-">3.-
The president of one of the greatest
railroad corporations in the country
Tha earnings <>f th" railroad oonpanlMof
Ilis western nidi feu off In two vwks an aver*
uj<e of at least 25 per cent. The pay rolls that
were stopped will represent a loss to employes
of. let us say, at least six times a* much a>
that suffered by the companies. Hundreds of
factories were obliged to cloae from laok of
coal or coke The wages lost In the«.e were Ave
t.mcs the amount lo>t by the manufactories
The beef companies lo^t hundi elsof tiiou-and-
an 1 California and other fruit crop* were
eltlu teaporaairor t >t«*i loeaes Thafbtlow-
l Is uot an unfair re-apitulatlon of l«> cs. I
The United States government II.OUOUJO.
loss lnearnirt/s of railroads centering in Ch.-
cigo. |1 oiu «**). loss in earnings of other rail-
roads. ti 50U.0QJ. loss by destruction of rallwa\
property, f.' vju o«. los, t., railway employes in
w 0JO. l« ^s In experts produce and
merchandise f.V'Wi.'W) los. on fruit crops
t-2.H0 .0)i. lo-.s to various manufacturing com-
panies j, 500 000; los> to employes i'i") i m o *j
l">s t.i merchants < n good.- I u*i im> total
: 1000,000 To this most be added lose from
w.iat would have beenincrcoed summer traffic
and manufactured Kotsls for the coming season
1 • flr..r. iiowln/ will easily more than
lltf) (Ti) jutj.
Tatal Wreck at (tattle Creek.
Battlf. Ckkkk Mich.. July 17.—
'I rain No. •; on the (rrand Trunk was
wrecked here at ;i o'clock this morning
and the fireman killed and several of
the train crew and passengers injured
'i he wreck was caused by the removal
of fishplates from the rails on the grade
west of tlie city. The engine, tendei
and baggage car were ditched and the
day co.&<:h and one I'ullmun turned
across the track.
a Combine on Cordage.
Nkw York, July 17.—The report that
the United States Cordage Co. and the
Pearson Cordage Co. are considering
the question of uniting interests is con-
firmed here. Whether such u union
will be finally consummated is another
Made ('racy by the Mtrlke.
St. Paul, Minn., July 17. John Scan-
Ian, an Omaha engineer, has been sent
to the insane asylum because of threats
made by strikers having unbalanced
.'mixed :v : 13 Mem-
The offering* of oats were large and th* de-
mand better than for many days pa>t though
prices are 'j to I'jc lower
Receipts of oat- to-day. i* car- a year ago
No .'mixed oat-. : _ *,^c 4
cars -jvc S cars "> , S . 3 n.;x.
4 oats, nominally Mnite
nominally .11 . \ I white sol
Hay—Receipts. M cars maiket weak almost
1 *5) cars are on track Timothy ctioU
&.S0; No I H • -
fancy prairie ^ 00 rh . 4-
prlme H OO^Voo Tow grades (.im n',
•Sr. Lofis. July Id -Receipts wheat 173 000
bu last year 1% 745 bu . corn. 1:3 juo bu last
year. 143.7* bu oats 54 Sm) bu . last year. V71S
bu.; rye. 700 bu., flour 3 Ts5 bbls Shipments,
wheat lit) bu corn M.7IW bu.. oats 2.075 bu ;
flour 3,511 bbls. Wheat—Cash .Vjt August.
41V: September M',c December. Corn
• .. :i. r.<;4 ,\ j, g|| teinbov
Oats—Cash. 31 • August ^'-4 September.
Kanaaa City Proilaee.
Kansas i err Juij m k,-.-- Reoeiylob
lighter the feeling i<i a trifle better] strictly
fresh di- original. 5 Butter, receipts light,
market weak.eitra fancy separator. 15c fancy,
Ik- fair, 13c dalr>, fancy, flrin 140 fair 12c;
choice country. Arm. l ^13c. choice packing,
weak. 100 Poultry -BeeeiptS, light marko*
active hen- Inn . irp brollers,vsftk,
I00o; roosters iv Torkajrs Reoetpta, l%htt
not wanted gobblers weak. 5c per lb; hent,
5c per lb Oucks. dull 5c por lb <>eese not
wanted dull 4o. poor unsalable Pigeons, not
wanted. 7Sc per doz Green Fruits —Black*
berries, active, weak |1 3." <cl V) per case.
Plums. 50g75c per 4 bu. t ox. wild
goose 730^11 to per bu hi* || a
per case Texas peaches. 50ij75c per 4
bu. box fancy II OOftl JS. Apples not so
plenty poor quality. almo>t worthless and un-
salable. W&40o per bu choice.
Watermelons active fl-'-rj.S per Ift); |«.Oi>^a.o)
per doz. Cantaloupes :J5£7Sc per doz Veg-
etables-Cabbage. plentiful. ao^Uo perewt. IS
<t40c per do/.. Cauliflower, small. 40r&.V)c;
large 7V per doz. Potatoes, plentiful, firm!
II. W. Fuller Not Doing Well.
Wahiiiniiton, .1 uly 17.—The condi-
tion of II. \\ Fuller, general paasen*
?er agent of the Chesupeake A Ohio
railroad, whose legs were lirolcen in m
wreck at Itiipiilan nhout two week*
ago. was not so encouraging last night,
and while his physicians do not con-
sider his condition dangerous, yet ft U
uifllelenOy serious to cause his family
and friends apprehension.
Toi'kka, Kan., July 17.-Chairman
I. S. Uichardson, of the democratlo
'•ate central committee, announces
liut all the candidates on the state
ticket will address the llrst grand
rally to be held at Leavenworth, July
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