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VOL XT.TT. CO 232
31 IIS. rE ARY IS1IOME
The PlucVy Wife of the Arctic
EES ErSBASD STOPS IS THE KOETH
lint I Amplf Provided Wltfc Everything
ThAt 1 TrrArA, In ftpltaif Ilumora ta
Ihr Contrary Tha Iran Monntala That
.i!r John Riw Tried to Find la lftia
.-vtrrrrl by tha Elptditloa-Going
I'. irk sral lsar.
W.wiinoto. Sept. UJ.-Mnt. Peary
who jiim remrnru irom the arctio
r.'k:: n. arrived hers at tl o'rlnrk Sh
ir i tin' nt tbe railroad station by her
l.r.'tt'cr, Ktiul liiebitoch, who was a mem
t of the auzilinry expedition of the
I' ll n nl ecorted to tbe home of her
ui.'ti.cr. Although hi nch fatigued by her
fcfcs. JOSCmiKE D. TEAET.
Jmrnry mid expe riencinR the delight of
r.i?.'t!iii; her friend for the first time in
ever n year, Mr. Teary accorded a brief
li,t. rv:cw to a representative of the Anso
riiirr.l IrrM. Mr. I'enry took occasion to
leny annie of the statements made con
cruint; the welfare of the party. She de
r'.a.l that there were ample food supplies
fir the nirmliers of the expedition during
the ;at winter while at Anniversary
L.!kv. and she enumerated a long list
i.! citable that were at their disposal,
find riomjr of Ietir Meat.
"It lsn.it true." she said, "that we ate
wslrti or whale blublier to holp out the
M.t supply. Purine tho fall and spring
. .leer were killed and nsed for food and
their Un milixml for clothing. The
'uti'tnctit that we left Lieutenuut Peary
irlout s.lniUHte provision for the
cm, m,' winter Is also without fonnda
ti. u," eontinnaa Mrs. Peary. "Do you
!. i wuurj oht( ieu ntm had such
ln the ca T He is amply provided for,
sin! as a precautionary measure, had the
m- it from the Falcon left at tbe place. "
, .Vr. Peary then briefly recounted the
:! . t uiniie tir her husband to reach tbe
" nl eru cot of Greenland for the
p irp hM. of outlining it, and said he was
e. n p. lied to turn back after proceeding
1- aales because of a sickness that broke
among fcls dogs and rendered them
u -J. .
Will Try It Again.
Mr. p,ry expects to undertake the
"'r iwa'n next year. She said her prea-:-.'
rxpvtation was that she would next
y.vir iicotnpany the expedition that wiil
jfy t.i the scene of hr husband's work.
'I"' t.nie intervening between the return
f I.'Utenitut Fi-arv and the departure of
tu i'.ilcnn on Aug. J was orcupied in
-nrv, 5 ni prt!, Whale sound and In.
k'uii. iilculf. The most important thing
ai-c 'tnplislied during this time, however,
s.ial .Mrs. I'eiiry, was the discovery of tho
ir ti mountain which Sir John Ross had
1- iM of in island which all Arctic ex
l'Jirers since then have looked for iu vain.
1 teTe were three masses of this mountain
wturii was apparently of meteoric forma
ti"ti. 1 lu tone causulty had occurred if
casualty it could lie called aud that was
u "U- man having bis feet frost bittou.
DESPERATE MOTHER'S DEED.
kT n,r nab, ta nrr l;roat and Jumps
lutu the Lake
Saum, O.Scpt. 2C An empty baby
nrn.ige, to which wns tiod a letter, was
find. in the bjnk of the lake at. Toler
'"' park, and nroused tho suspicion of
!" authorities that a double suicide had
Ir.'t) enacted, A photograph of the baby
found in tho bottom of the carriage,
inch led to the beliof that tbe woman
was the wife of Charles Hunt. Tbe letter
w nd Iressed to Mrs. Hunt, nnd this fact
ti:.hr ennnnned the belief as to tho
M-mtry or the missing Wdies.
1 lie alarm was spread, and in a short
June no !,. Weni dragging the hike.
' eir.irts were rewarded by finding
'". UMies, winch proved to be those of
Charles Hunt und infant daughter.
" -child was strapped to its mother's
'ir-ast. T1B Lollies wero found iu the
" like, Faiuiiy troubles ure
;tr.l.ut.-d us tlie c.-iuse of the suicide.
loilrlti Mlcliluu Cavalry lieanlon.
a'-:;si, Si-pt. !M A reunion of the
'inrtn Michigan cavalry was held here.
I' wis this regiment, in command of Col
"'" 1 I'riichanl, whii:b captured Jefferson
t'.iTis in petticoats nnd raided tbe camp
"i U.e ll.-eiiig leader May 10. 1S03. During
the w.,r -j.. 1M.rVl j iu tuo falnnus
r,Kinie?i. At the time of the capture the
'-aiiiiriit nuiiihered 5n0 men. Fourteen
I f"iu eni'h nimpaiiy were detailed to muke
I '"i'tiire. Cuptaiu II. S. Iloutelle of
" l"ilanti, one of this detail, was present
' 'he reiininii. This was the tenth annual
Miii,,n 0f the association. Only forty
ji.ii -veterans could be gathered together
' share the honor of llie historical regi
'ui'ii:. Iwenijr tiies .tasted Alive.
'III1.AHM.i iua, -pt. iO.-Tbe staluVof
"hiel ilimnrf, Mt Wishart nnd Wisliam
streets, was bimieil ami twenty horses
H"hed in the 11 lines. Five dwellings in
'he rear of the stable were Iwwlly dam
"wed, the occupants escapiug iu their
night clothes. The lois is estimated at
Asilinia. Hay Fever
kladrrd silmi nts ab-1ati ly cored by s oewly
lt.ewIP( . mc itja-ont ,.,lt hy mail. Pam
liklet wlto reVrences, mailed free. Address,
Worlift Oispisarf aleaical AslociatiMI.etiS Main
tre'. BaBiio, JS. y.
AMERICAN RAILWAY UNION TRIAL
. U- ffmpt case were given to
courTo ,bJmIge Wl..
H? that the
0IOTed by Friday after
noon. Bancroft then took tbe floored
5coceedcd to close hi, speech for the gov
ernment -The whole plan of this ooy
cott and strtke." said Bancroft, "would
X,1?' n'"e bonib"t the place,
which the strikers had quit could be kept
vacant, and the whole country wa, full
flil.T11 Wm? """nR to rush in and
fill thorn. The Americrn Riilway Union
?L n,t!"US do wltV" with
this difficulty or had charge of it The
American IUilwsy Union existed only as
a factor through this board of directors;
and these directors in their answer filed
in this case show that all and each were
responsible for the action that paralyzed
the railroads of this country."
Comments on "fae Nylol0nce."
Bancroft rend a number of telegrams
sent by Djbs to American Railway Union
men in the west, culling them out "These
telegrams while they used the stock
phra,e, -use no violence,' did not mislead
anybody. Non-union men must be
stopped at all bnzurd.1, but 'use no vio
lence," commented Mr. Bancroft. "I
claim these telegrams establish beyond
question that the leaders iu the American
Railway Union were in a conspiracy to tie
up the railroads of the United States, and
that they directed and controlled that con
piracy. Their acts of direct interter
ence along the Santa Fe system were tbe
spiking of a switch at Corwith and the
intimidation of the men ot the system,
declares It an Illegal Itoycott .
"The mere sending of these telegrams
themselves was a contemptuous interfer
ence with the officers ot this court in
charge of the roacL In the addresses
Issued by these men from the lieuiiquarters
of the American Km! way Union in the
Cook county jail, where they hnd sent
themselves, they again proclaim that this
is a boycott on the Pullman company, yet
they have tbe hardihood a few days later
to swear in their answer that this wos a
difficulty between the railroads and the
employes themselves. The object was an
illegal boycott, which lhe-ie men began
aud clnug to, aud these directors have
made themselves equally responsible for
all that was done ia furtherance of that
illegal conspiracy. "
Harrow Open for the riefense.
Harrow tuiluwed in his ojiemng for the
defense. Ho said iu jiurt: "Tuese defend
ants ere nut to be punished by this court
en acconut of having misled workingmen,
if they did, but because they have been
guilty of contempt of this court. Whether
t hese men were true friends or false friends
of labor has nothing to do with the ques
tion; whether they .have been in coutempt
ot the process cf this court is the only
question va be determined, nnd to thnt I
wili nudrcss myself." Dirrow criticised
tiio sction of counsel in -"trying to torture
the very injunctions ot I)ebs to commit no
acts of violence into injunctions to com
mit act of ' violence. "In regard to these
telegrams," said he, "I shall claim t hat
these defendants had a right to. send
Judge Woods iuterrnpted Harrow to ssy
that he agreed with him iu his position,
aud he asked to heur him onllhe sixth
section in the injunction, which said:
"And from doing auy act whatever in
furtherance of any conspiracy or combina
tion to restruin either of said railroad
companies or receivers in the free and
uuhiuil'jreu control and haudling of inter
state commerce over the lines of said rail
roads, and of transportation of persons
and freight between and among the
states; and from ordering, directing,
aiding, assisting or nbet ting iu any mau-
nier whatever uny person or persons to
commit auy or either of the acts afore
said." iPutTow continued: "Yau did not enj iiu
thcui against uny cjuspiracy against Mr.
Pnlluiuu or his car works, but you en
joined them against a conspiracy against
interstate commerce. Assume fur the mo
ment that a Pullman car is engaged iu in
terstate commerce. If they stopped a
cuttle train it would have lieen as much
an interference with interstate commerce
ns stopping a Pullman car. How- did
these men attempt to interfere with inter
state commerce as carried on by Pullman
car? Your houor did not enjoin these
men from carrying on this strike. These
men had a right to interfere with inter
state commerce so far as it meant to stop
"You did not enjoin them from persuad
ing men to cease their employment; only
not to persuade the men not to do their
duty, not to quit work. " H-irrow accused
the counsel for the Atchison road as not
being moved to uphold the dignity of the
court, but to break up the American Rail
way Union. He scored Milchrist. "Mr.
Milchrlst says that never in his career ns a
prosecutor hud he seen guiltier men," said
Harrow. I never knew a nun who had
more abused an office where cbauce has
placed him for brief political power.
His calling these meu craven cowards was
gratuitous insult for which thera was no
excuse, and was not brave, if it wus not
"Mny I ask you a quest lour" interrupted
"Cert nin ly." replied Harrow.
"How would you characterize an attack
upon the character of men who have no
opjNirtimitp to answer" said Miller.
I referred to Mr. iiiicnrist uy name
'I am responsible," said Milchrist. who
was sitting bp the wall aud looking fierce
ly nt Harrow.
"I presumed von were, retorted Dar
row, "when I referred to your words."
"I don't propose taking lessous from
you iu professional ethics," replied Mil
"Von onght to take lessons from some
one," was Harrow's retort. Hedeuounced
again the language Milchrist used in his
speech yesterday, and that, iuoident passed.
Another eftort is making to erect a mon
ument in Baltimore to tbe memory of
Francis Scott Key, who wrote "The Star
I've a secret In my heart,
tiwevl Marie :
A tale I would Impart,
, If you'd ever fairer he
Yu must a vats use Parks' Tea,
The liuprnvemefit yon UI see,
Sold by Hartz & UUemeyer.
The Wlad Ranging as High as Seventy
Flva Miles an Hoar.
SataKXAH, Ga., Sept. 28 Everything
now points to the storm equaling, if not
exceeding, . in violence the fearfully
destructive cyclone of August, 1893. At
Tybee the wind ranges as high as seventy
five miles an honr. At low tide the water
at Tybee was higher than it is at tho
highest tide The ocean is steadily
encroaching on the island, and it is
thought that by night It will be complete
ly submerged. Those on the Island will
have to take refuge in the light house
and Martello tower. The hotels and
cottages appear to be doomed. The wind
lu Savaunah now runs as high ns forty
miles an hour and is steadily increasing in
velocity. The outlook is very bad.
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 27. Tbe ex
pected hurricaue from the West Indies
struck Jacksonville at 11 a. ni. with the
wind blowings gale of forty-six miles per
hour and rain pouring down in torrents.
Business is absolutely paralyzed. The
Everett building, the largest iu the city,
was unroofed and flooded with water.
The unfinished Union depot was blown
down. The loss is fao.(l, and a number
of people were inj ;red, but none killed.
THE STRIKE COMMISSION,
r-uhlie Hearings Closed a-il Secret Ses
sions liegnn. ;
WAsnixcTos-, Sept. 26 The United
States commission appointed by the presi
dent to investigate the Chicago strike,
consisting ot Commissioner of Labor
Wrichf, ex-Commissioner of Iiilior Ker
n:,u of Now York, ami Judge Worthing
ton of Illinois, reassembled nt the depart
ment of labor in this city to hear auy fur
ther testimony which should be volun
teered. Only two witnesses appeared.
The first was A. J. Auibier of this city,
who ciuimed thnt his wife owned the
Full mini truck patents, which were the
basis of Pull mau's gigantic fortune, and
who wanted to be heard on questions
arising ont of this claim, and a local tem
perance enthusiast. The commission
promptly refused to go into these ques
tions. Tin re being no further witnesses
Colonel Wright, chairman of the com
mission, then in accordance with the pub
lic notice given declared the pub ic hear
iiriK closed and the commission went into
secret session to discuss the report to be
mude to tils president.
Atoi'K Iktver Uiiiiviruuth
Galena, His., Sept. Sii.-The fifty-fifth
annual session of the Rock River Method
ist conference begau in the Pirst Met hod
ist church of this city. Bishop J. V.
Vincent presiding. The reports of pre
siding elders were presented and showed
a total of over 7,0j() accessions to tho
church iu the last year. Dr. C II. Payne
of New York, secretary of the HJucationnl
sooii'ty, utid Br. J. L. Hurlburt of the
Tract aud Sunday School union, ad
dressed the confereuee. The proposed
amendments to equal:?. lay and minis
terial representation in the geuernl con
ferences was made a special order for Sut
Sarressful trial Trip.
Xrw. Yokk, Serit. 2(j Tne battleship
Maine's trial trip was successful in every
particular. It passed down the bay from
Brooklyn navy yard at a 15 knot rate and
reeled otf the first thirty miles to Sandy
Hook lightship in twin I. ours. Then the
log showed it w.-.s niakiug IG'. knots an
hour. At 70:30 the forced draught was
turned on, which sKm ran the revolutions
of the screw from 1J0 up to 131. For one
hour the forced draught was kept up, and
for one hour the revolutions were 131 a
minute. That was satisfactory. Tbe
ship had made I'.m knots an hour under
forced draught und cverj body was de
lighted. New Cuttadiaii ('anal.
SAUI.T Stk. Mai::k, Mich., Sept. 20-In
the presence of Jonn Hngjftirt, Canadian
minister of railways aud canals, and a
great throiig of fauectatms the new Ca
nadian canal was rnforiiiWlly opened. The
water was let in at the rate at, one foot an
lmr, nnd the cuual was filled to the lower
level. Everything Worked smoothly. The
opeuing was not the for.ual one. "it wus
made for the purpose of lloating the
catiai's huge gates aud putting them in
Carpenters Convention Adjunrna.
iNblAJiAPoLls, Sept. -G. The interna
tional carpenters' convention, which has
been in session here for the past ten days,
had its final meeting. The convention
decided that, the organ: ition which it
represents would give nil possible aid to
the Machine Woodworkers' association so
ns to crush woman aud child lalior in
Wiscons n mills. After some final routine
woik the buoy adjourued to meet at
Cleveland in 1-0 ".
Ir. Tjnu..-JBid To lie Alive.
San I'liANtisco, S.-pU in. It is ru
mored that Hr. T. K. Tynan of Modesto,
who mysteriously disappeared two years
ago, has been found at Reno, Xev., and
that he will return to this city in a few
days. A citizen of Modesto is positive
that he saw Tynan iu K no three days
ago. Tynan has been declared dead by
the superior court aud his estate, valued
at t00,0ui), oas baen probated aud distrib
uted among his heirs.
Embezzled Government Funda.
L Angeles, Gil.. Sept. Aud rew
Jackson Laird, a defaulting cx-postnflice
inspector from Atlanta, Go,, for whom
the whole country has lotig been searched,
was arrested here by a postotiice inspector
from Chicago. Liird was United States
marshal in Georgia, and was a person of
cousiderable prumiueuce. Not until his
successor was appointed did it become
knowu he hnd embezzled government
Etellet lor AvbVwWteA fraranera.
LrNCOLN, Neb., Sept. 36. Governor
Crounss has determined to arrange some
form of relief for the sutTerers in those
counties of Nebraska, where the drought
was the severest. The preliinin iry work
has been complHed. Tne old relief com
mittee commission of iCTl will lie revived,
ltev. L. P. Hodden, secretary, has been
authorized to begiu work, and the other
members of the organization are being
Wiacuusia Methodist Couferenoe.
Four HoWABD, Sept. W. The forty
eighth annual session of the Wisconsin
conference organ used here with Bishop
Fowler presidiug. . There are upwurd ot
SUO ministers and their wives iu attendance.
ATLANTIC COAST STORM SWEPT. I ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. ' ''
ILL., THUS S DAT, SEPTEMBER 27, 1834
It is reported at Portlnnd, Or., that the.
body of Colgate, tbe eook abandoned by
tbe Carl in bunting party last November,
hits been foiuil on tbe Clearwater river in
Members of the social Hemocratic work
ingmen's prty at Vienna scattered
through the streets leaflets upon which
were printed a demand for universal suf
frage. The Douglas connty (Neb.) commission
ers have agreed to the proposition to vote
bonds iu the turn of l,OJ0,000 to aid in tbe
construction of the Platte river canal to
be submitted to the electors at tbe No
Mrs. Ernestine Sa.HTupr, ot New York,
known as the "Tombs Angel," has been
doing for nearly ten yenrs her good work
of seeking Uy free from j lil innocent per
sons who are falsely accused. Although
she is most of the timj on about ffcJO.Oht) iu
bail bonds she has not in ail her exper
ienco lost more than f l.oiH, and she was
cheated out of a large part of that sum by
a dishonest lawyer.
When Senator Jones, of Nevada, was a
miner he came near being lynched because
lie was found inside of another man's
trousers. He had appropriated them by
Dr. O. W. Owen, of Detroit, who has
aujir.red some fame as the discoverer of
an alleged cipher in Shakespeare's plays
which he claims mnkes out Lord Bacon as
their author, announces ti-.e discovery in
the cipher story woven through these
dramas of an independent tragedy in five
acts. It is complete in detail even to the
bi.siness. A uramn.ic critic of high
standing is said to have pronounced tltit
new play a remarkably fine piece of work.
Kx-Senator Van Wyck and his family
have purchased an old church edifice in
Washington and have made it their home.
The vestry Las been transformed into a
A 13-year-old boy n.iaied McAfee died
of hydrophobia iu Navarro county, Tex.
He was bitten three weeks ago. W. P.
Arnold, n prominent gin man, who was
also bitten, has gone New Orleans to
take the Pasteur treatment.
Fire at Montezuma, Is., destroyed The
Democrat office und a tailor shop. Loss,
i7,5Ui; insurance, $3,500.
The steamer Ohio, which hnd previously
suffered similar experiences iu tbe same
waters, collided with the schooner Iron
tou teu miles oiT JVssqiic Isle iu Lake
Huron, and thi? time went to the bottom.
The Ironton sank lu'er aud some of her
crew are missing..
Under the operation of the new tariff
4,UOU,000 feet of Canudiau lumber have
beeu imported by a Bay City, Mich., firm.
Attorney General J.tuies F. Little, of
Kansas, has been called to time by Atch
ison, Topekaaud Suuta Fe railway oilieia Is
for loaning a pass lisued to Liui by that
LESS THAN HALF THE"
PRICE-OF OTHER BRANDS
HALVES,! 0 QUARTI:RS,54
SOLD IN CANS ONLY
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
llootti I, Mitchell & I.judc b'n.
Tcli'i bone 1512.
screen noons. WIN
HOWS, ALL WIDTHS
OF WIUE SCKF.F.N.
And a complete line of
niixou bouse and floor
paints, iv kite lead, lin
Mied oil, t ic
1610 Tbird mrenae.
fsm aram mm
Undersell Everybody on Everything.
Only more so than usual.
We always go them one bet
ter. No place like the London
for good goods at right prices.
Big Store. Blue Front.
Have You Money
If so, read this:
7 Per Cent Loans.
The followin-; is a partial
list of completed pilt-edjrt'd
first mortgasrcliTi8 on band,
which we offer for tale, tub
jwt to previous Fcrtions.
for tbeir face accrued
inti-re.'t. Thost . :ius have
btt-n carefully selected by
us. and are first-class in
every renjct. They arc all
7 rtit tkst net to tbe inves
tor. We have tuauy other
loans to offer, if these are
not in amounts to suit the
5 yrs 1.700
S yrs 4.5K)
ft yrs 3,000
5 jrs 2.50
5 yrs 2.1 W
5 yr 4. WW
5 yrs 2.00?
5rs 3.5 W
6 yrs 2.00 J
5 jrs 3.550
5 yrs 3.3CO
The securities we offer are
esjrecially adapted for the
investment of savings and
trust funds, as our personal
attention to all the details of
the loan, from its date to its
maturity, relieves the hold
er from all annoyance except
to present his coupon to us
for collection. For further
information call at the of
JACKSON & HURST.
GEO. F. KOTH,
Supt. Loan Department
I make a specialty of repairing or
furnishing parts for any
Bicycle, and guarantee
satisfaction on all work
If yonr wheel needs attention try
me. Hair Clippers and
Razors sharpened on short
The house who has knocked
the bottom out of high pric.es
no matter what prices are
quoted or goods given away.
Oct your FUK CAPES
lcuirthcn-d and made over
in the new Fall and Win
ter styles. Nealckin coal
made to order, refitted,
Tho late fall
now on sale.
1605 Second Av.
BUSH'S CORN CURE
A Positive Cure for Corns, Warts and Bunions
rUICK 25 CENTS.
This remedy is sold under a positive guaranfoe; and we will cheer
fully refund the money if you are not satisfied witk tbe result.
Different from any other, it will allay tho pain in.Uad of making
the foot sore. It has been tried by many, who Taj we it highly. Wa
can furuUh tealiiuouials if deuired. Try it, and suffer no longer.
Manufactured by HORST VON KOICCKRITZ.
Analytic and Manufacturing Pharmacist. Fifth Avenune Fbarmer.
corner Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street. Rook Island.
For sale at all aboe stores.
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