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Tin: Government May Use its
Good Offices Abroad.
JAP AND CHIN TO SETTLE.
lnclc Sam Will Not Meddle,
but Will Aid Harmony.
The Mikado's Forces Win
PORT ARTHUR HAS FALLEN
More Scattering Returns of
General News of the Day by
Washington. Nov. 10. The rvents
i.f the pust few days in which 0IV1
tial and diplomat at Washington
li:ivc participated, have led them to
ln-licvc that peace between China and
.f:ip:in will be concluded at an earlj
day. China has reluctantly but fnllv
ndtiKtt.'d that she is u.. Prepared for
:ir. white Japan flniillily n waits
the detailed proposition as" to how
much China will concede, but the in
r. ination of both powers is go strong
ly toward peace that it is believed it
will be effected on the basis is Co
ra's independence and a cash indem
nity for Japan's war expenditures.
In September the United States de
clined the overture from (ireat'Brit
a!n to join other European powers to
Intervene, on the. pround that it was
rimtrary to the country's policr to
make entanlin alfiances. "The
present movement is not an inter
vention, but an assistance to China
nn.l Japan in the settlement of these
differences by mutual arrangement.
The Chinese envoy has already hnd
several conferences with Secretary
liresham. but it Is believed the chief
negotiations are through U. S. Min
ister Denby at Pekin.
Jap Have port Arthur.
I.0M.0N, Nov. 10 A dispatch to
the Pall Mall Ca.ctte from Cheefoo
i s the Japanese have captureil Port
A nh nr.
r r'lnanoMU oliry.
Washington. Nov. in. The report
telegraphed from New York last
niu'ht. to the t fleet that another
bonil issueof 5,Ooo.OOO had been de
termined on, is without foundation.
I: is learned on undoubted authority
that Secretary Carlisle is not in the
least changed" in his policy, and that
pnbiie credit will be maintained, and
if found nccessnry the bonds will be
issued withont hesitation, but no ac
tion of this kind is in immediate con
templation. Mum ICeturn.
Omaha. Not. 10. It has just de-
duped that (). M. Kem. fusionist in
the sith congressional district, is
'ie.-tcil ,y i(K)0 plurality over
I'ouherty, republican. The "election
will be contested. This is the only
break in the republican congressional
delegation from Nebraska.
Nasiivili.k, Nov. Id. The election
for governor is still in doubt, both
democrats and republicans claim
CrlrfMMin Sprrd Trlnl llrrerrml.
Niw London, (,'onn., Nov. 10.
The torpedo boat. Kriccssou. will not
hae its speed trial today, owing to
the fact that one of the boiiys is out
f position. It will probably take
V.orr Itrpuitiiran lloncoiiihe Iimisml.
( lil' Aiio. Nov. 10. .fudge Scales
dismissed the petition in the election
contest ease of George 15. Swift
against Mayor Hopkins. This closes
the contest" in the lower court, but
Sw ift's attorney gives notice of ap
peal. MTal milrvr Retires.
I'.kim.ki.yn, Nov. 10 P.ear Ad
miral lianeroft Gchardi, senior officer
"0 the active list of the U. S. navv,
I.iililM-r aliiujr Bitot.
L.-.shm:, "y.. Nov. 10 Three mas i
Join entered K. C. l-.mlerly's Btoru ut
'1 ii TinojMiliH, covered the proprietor with
I on iiikI eoinix htm to Rive tlieni
Kixlerly uml olher.4 pursued the rob
' I iinil sliot one, whii was m-opnized as
I d,e sny... He will UK 'J'ho others es--'l'"d
with most i.f the plunder.
t'rr-nlilrnt M I'mttmMlera.
Washington, 10. Tho president
'' iiipiiintetl tli ; following Hstnuistors:
'l iiotnas y. Kelly, at Aduir, Iu.; Koliert
llu . liuiidt, ut Ionising, In.; S. A. Elder,
KMortulo, Ills; h. Jl. Uuuder, ut
I iirnioiuit. Ills.; W. c. Ellis, at -Mount-ioii
drive. Jl,,.; C. 1). Sayns, at Chadron,
'' : J. K. Hill, at Sabiuu, O.; Charles
Lu-r, at Napoleon, O.
A llim-rrnt Opinion. "'
''otifributor I huvo hero an articlo
r'i "What Poets Have Said of tlio
I.ditor Thr.t vronld Interest no one,
out if you can give me an nuthoiitio no-
otmt of what the moon has said about
poet rturiiif? the past few thousands
of years I would willingly pay you
double rates for it Pick Me Up.
' FAITHFUL TO HER LOVE.
CM Travel.. ng Di,tance to
Mail in Jail.
Cleveland, Xov. io.-An altar was
erected in Mieriff Hyan'a private office at
the county jail and a prisoner indicted for
embezzlement was married to a fairyoung
Klrl from Houston. Tex. The prisoner is
Jninos N. Bray, tho 24-ycar-old son of an
bnglish army f.fliccr of hiih .b tj
came to this country several years ago, lo-
"Hr"Miue Jn Texas. Somo time
o ho came to Cleveland and fitted up
luxurious tKitehel.ir apartments purchas
ing an cleimnt ninnn ti.
plan. After pjiyinK a small amount on the
, ,. " "v 't una was arrested and
indicted for embezzlement.
Tho romantic end of tho story came to
the Riirfmsc shortly after, when Miss Jen-
nlo Duty of th nn tfn 1 Vtiinif11 i a
other Christian workers hero received
communications from Miss Grace Hugo
of Houston, Tex. She said tho arrest of
imiy siHjiiea tneir marriiigo, hut tho event
must occur, anil nnlmu th. ri....i 1 i
' n. II 1111
dies furnished tho transpirtation sho
would walk to Cleveland. Last Friday
sho arrived in tlm
. "v. uaa uuv
and it U presumed tho ladh of tho W
ft, i- a- ...
. lumisiiiiu ner nmroiul faro. Tho
Weddini? ln W-n amin ai.t- Tim V,-:.T i.
r-. J Of w. AUU UOUU MO
MURDERED HIS DAUGHTER
And Then Sent a Hnllet into His Own
Litchfield, Ills., Xov. 10. One of tho
most horrible double murders in the his
tory of this county occurred hero. John
Hottcnroth. an old man iilxnit fvi
aue, shot and killed his
Clmrles Neimeyer, and afterward blew his
own Drains out.
Hot tcnroth was a wealthy Gorman nn.l
every since his daughter's nmrriiitre a year
ngo to his adopted son, Charles Neimeyer,
he has been living with them. For tho
"""t" iiunims pnipirry IK-Ionging to
Neimevcrs and Hnirimmih vnJ 1... 1..
litigation, and Hottenroth hnd an idea, it
m:iu, mm, no wns Dtung clieatud out of
his nronerrv hv t-.l,,.,,, V.-,. .,1 ,.. : -
. j u..nMii. tuts
deranged hihi, his friends think. Mrs.
.;iiui)i r as.-o years 01 nee mid alKiut
tolK-conio a mother. Ail parties stand
high in the community. John lJuckhart,
Mr. Nciint'ver's fnrhir in,n.i -i.v.
grief. The crime has caused great excite-
EXPLOSION OF DYNAMITE.
Three Men Killed and Others Injured at
Huntington, I nil.
HrxTlWTox, Ind.,Nov. 10. There men
wen- killed and many others injured by
the explosion of a box of dynamite. The
killed: Jack Flynn, John Hartmun,
Martin Keifer. The victims were em
ployes of Keifer & Hallwood, contractors
for the Hig Flint creek sewer, and the ex
plosion happened as the men were going
to work. Tho box contained fifty pounds
of the explosive. The residences In tho
vicinity wen- badly wrecked and tho dam
age amounts to many thousands -of dol
lars. The disaster occurred at 7 o'clock in
the morning at the time the' men were
warming the dynamite.
Made an Arwigniueut.
PT. Louts, Nov. 10. The Sehulenbcrg
& Uofckclnr Lumlier company filed deeds
of assignment here, linmiug C. F. Orth
wein assign; for the local interests with
Edward Malliuekrodt as associate. Ed
ward C. Tittnian is named as general as
signee. The assets are J?!iiH,UH0, consisting
of real estate in St. Louis and lumber
lands in Illinois, Wise onsin, Kansas and
Missouri. Liabilities arc? unknown as
yet, but preferences for fl5,oiK.i are record
ed. Adolph iioeckeler of the firm died in
Germany Oct. 7 and the assignment was
precipitated by the entanglement conse
quent upon his decease.
To Improve the Suit.
Washington, Nov. lo Of importance
to farming interests throughout the coun
try is a bulletin on "barn yard manure,"
whieh will soon lto issued by the urricul
tur;d department. It wus compili! by A.
C. lienll of the experiment sun ion's office,
and is the result of an exhaustive investi
gation of the subject. JJaru yard manure
Is held to lc the most efficient means at
the disposal of the farmer lor the Improve
ment of the soil. The best results aro '
likely to lie obtained by combining it with
commercial fertilizing materials.
lrMHPil Itallrimd I'ousitliitation.
DltuoIT, Mich., Nov. 111. In reference
to tho foreclosure sale at Aljiena of the
Detroit, liay City and Aliena railroad to
the ljouitholders represiruUid by Drexol,
Morgan He Co., agents, it was suited here
that the ultimate intention is to consoli
date the road with tiie Alpena and North
ern railroad. The latter is not fifty miles
in length at present, but the consolidated
lino will be uxumded to Rogers City and
Cheboygan. It is also the intention to
extend 1 lie road to Hay City from u point
Vudur Arrest for BInrder.
Chicago, Nov. 10. John Santry, tho
leader of the murderous attack on tho
Ninth precinct polling place, where Gus
CoilianUer was .killed election night, Is
now under arrest. lu addition to Gantry
those arri'sted were John Dougherty,
James Loff.is, Gi'orgo Durkin, and Mat
thew Kiley. AH but Dougherty were
identified by tho witnesses to the shooting
and he was released. The prisoners wore
not booked and are held without bail.
CalHurnla Ilank Sasnenda.
SAN Ukknahdino, Nov. 10 Tho San
Bernardino First National bank closed Its
doors posting a notice that the suspension
was due to lack of funds. Tho directors
assert that the bank's depositors will not
lose a dollar. They stub that the with
drawal of large sums ol money by a lew
heavy depositors who had became alarmed
by rumors that tho bank was unsafe,
brought on the failure.
Ihejr Lnnk Alter tiie Waifs.
nrrsnntn, Nov. ID. The National So
ciety of Friends of the Waifs met here.
TL,.iH.rts were rend showing the flourishing
condition of the society.
' It Does Not Cost Anythlnc
to try Parks' Sure Cure. A specific
-. 1 1 ,3:.AAana nuniiliop In vnm.
l3UrtJ Ol IU1 UI9CIIIKO j . . i . . v '
en. Ask your druggist our guaran
teed plan. Sold by lfarta & Ulle
In Memory of the Late Czar
BRILLIANT, AEEAY OF DIPLOMATS.
Washington offlcial Wfe Generally In At
tendance on Ot Memorial Ceremonies at
the KuHnlan fcestlonTh (ireefc Rishop
Kirolas Celebrate Mm-All Those Pres
ent, Including Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
Carry Wax Candles. -
Washington. Nov. 10. Profoundly im
pressive ceremonies were held at tho Rus
sian legation here in memory of Czar Al
exander III whose remains now He in state
ut Moscow, soon to bo buriisl in the im
perial tomb of the czars. President Cleve
land and the entire cabinet, except Post-
master Ilissell, at tended, accompanied by
Mrs. Cleveland and tho cabinet ladies.
Tho foreign ambassadors and ministers
with their extensive suites, wearing their
rich official and court dress, were present
in a hotly, lending brilliant color to the
solemn occasion. Ambassador Bayard
and cx-Si-eretary of State Foster were
also there. As no Greek church exists in
Washington the parlors of the legation
were for the time licing transformed into a
place of worship, with an altar for tho
celebration of the mass and ritual of tqo
President HoldK a Candle.
The services liegan with mass celebrated
by Bishop Nicolas of the Russian Greek
church, assisted by a Greek monk and
two attendants. These services lasting
till 10 o'clock were in private, lieing at
tended only by Prince Cantacuzene, tho
Russian minister, his daughter, and the
officials of the Russian legation. At 10
o'clock the chants and prnvers for the re
pose of the czar's soul liegnn in the pres
ence of President Cleveland, memliers of
the cabinet and diplomatic corps. As
each participant in the ceremony arrived
he was given a wax candle to bear
throughout the service. Prinw Cantacuz
ene met President and Mrs. Cleveland at
the doorway and escorted them to places
immediately alongside the altar. The
president, and his wife each carried a
candle, as did rwretnry Gn-sham and nil
others present. Next to the president and
his wife stood Prince and Prim-ess t'unta
cuzene. In Full Diplomatic t'niform.
Then came Si-cretarii-s Grcshnm, Car
lisle, Lament, llerlx-rt, Morton. Smith
mid Attorney General Olney, each lair
ing a candle. Back of them stood Am
bassador Pafcnotre of France in full di)
lomatie uniform, with crimson sash from
shoulder t hip and medals of honor on
breast. Ambassadors Saumia-Joltsch of
Germany and Fava were also in full uni
form, showing their medals and decora
tions. The Chinese minister mid suite
were in their rich silken roU-s. Near them
stood Minister Kurino of .Japan and suito
in the black and gold uniforms of Japan.
The Corean officials wore their quaint,
broad-brimmed lints and silken gowns.
These and the other ministers and offi
cials present gave a representation toevery
foreign country having a representative in
Washington. As the chanting ts-gan the
candles wen- lighted, lending a weird and
picturesque aspect to the scene-.
Air Misly nltli Incense.
The bishop wils robi-d in the elabnrato
vestments of his office, his tiara being
set with mosaics, rubies anil emeralds
woven into jeweled embroideries, and his
ml velvet surp'.iire being woven with a
white satin stole embroidered with gold
and small jewels. The Greek monk was
rolled in a lengthy flowing black gown
falling from the top of a high head dress
from which npiicarcd the long and shaggy
bearded face of a typical Cossack of Ro
mania. The bishop and his attendants
chanted the service alternately; the aco
lytes swinging the censor until tho air
was misty with Incense. The service last
ed half an hour, tho candles being ex
tinguished as the chants closed, after
which Prince Cnntiicuzcuc escorted Presi
dent and Mrs. Cleveland to the door and
the other guests withdrew.
DIDN'T OPEN THE SAFE.
Burglars Rob a ilank at Oberlln, of
OnF.Rl.lx, O., Nov. 10. Robbers broke
Into tho First National bauk and got
away with about WOO in silver. The front
doors were opened by the use of crowbars
and tho locks of tho vault were blown off
with dynamite. The thieves then stole
two rigs to make their escaiie sure. One
of tho rigs was found at Klyria. There
is no trace to the robliers. Investigation
revealed the fact that the vaults had been
opened but that the safe which contained
t2-",n00 had not been touched. Cpon a
wooden tray in the vault was about 1 100
in silver. This alone was taken. Tho
small fortune lying almost within reach
of the thieves could not be secured.
Cuts Loose from All Creeds.
ST. Paul, Minn., Nov. 10. Tho Rev.
C. A. Brandt, pastor of tho First Presby
terian church of liar mini, has surprised
his congregation by renouncing tho Pres
byterian faith and cutting loose from all
denominations and creeds, claiming that
they arc In direct violation of tho teach
ings of Christ. Mr. Brnndt is widely
known in Minnesota, and wns supposed to
lie one of the strongest ministers of the
Presbyterian doctrinoe in the state.
Plnra for Ex-Governor Rusaell.
Washington, Nov. 10. The president
has appointed William E. Russell, ex-gov-emor
of Massachusetts, a members of the
board of Indian commissioners. He ' has
also appointed Illinois postmasters as fol
lows: Eldorado, F. A. D. Eider; Fair
mount, S. U. Guilder,
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ILL., SATURDAY, 1T0VEMBEH 10. 1S94
Tho Committee of Seventy at New York
are considering a suggestion to endow a
chair of municipal reform in Columbia
college in honor of tho Rev. Dr. Park
hurst, and install that g.-ntleman a its
Bishop Matz, of theT Donvcr Roman
Catholic diocese, has resigned.
Obituary: At Mchanicsburg, Ills.,
Banker Andrew Todd Thompson, aged 07;
at Athens, Ills., Mrsj Lydia P. Williams,
aged 73; at' London, Dr. Chalmers, ex
principal of the London Presbyterian col
lego. Kx-Cashler John B. Koetting, of thfl
failed South Side Savings hank, of Mil
waukee, has been held without 1m!1 for
trial for receiving dosits after he knew
the institution was solvent.
A commission has (been organize.1 in Ne
braska to outline I plan of relief for
The family of Fred Rew, a Cornell stu
dent from Buffalo, Who was believed to
have been drowned In Cayuga lake, now
lielievo the young man was murdered. The
body cannot lie found
The Rev. C. A. Brnndt, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church of Barn um,
Minn., has renounoed the Presbytoriii n
faith and cut loose from all denomina
tions and creeds, claiming they are in di
rect violation of the teachings of Christ.
President PeixotoK of Brazil, settled a
revolt of artillerymen by shooting twenty
of the leaders and distributing the rest
among other commands.
The Waif Saving association of the
United States, in w-asion at Pittsburg, has
elected these officer: President, General
Russell A. Alger, Detroit: eornrspond-ng
s-en-tary, T. K Daniels, Chicaso. Among
the directors are the following Chicagj
ans: James Loiter. H. B. Ilurd, J. E.
Slocumand R. W. McClrughrey.
General W. H. Gllison is dving at Tiffin
The Prince of Wales is 5'1 years old. and
for t he first t ime in his life spent his birth
day anniversary awny from home, lieing
absent in Russia attending the funeral of
Eleven half frozen sailors were taken
fr.im the rigging of the schooner Massa
soit by the lil'e saviag crew at Long Beach,
Fire island, N. Y.
In Connecticut the storm of Monday
night blew S.IKlo telegraph mid telephone
poles literally out of the ground and
prostrated -.H.ikki miles of wire.
New Woy or Sayhig Snin-tgled."
Cincinnati, Nov. lo. Attorney Arthur
Stern, who is soon to wed Miss May,
daughter of Murat Halste.e.l. the journal
ist, is milch embarrassed over tiie seizure
of his wedding suit by the government
customs officials hero. Recently Mr. Stern
was in Europe, and in London he liought
part of his wedding outfit. It reached
America in a way to ovoid payment of
duty. But the trick was discoveri-d in this
city, and now Stern will either pay tiie
duties or lie wedded in lin:il-me-Jovns;
and as the wedding will be one of the
swellest events of the season Cincinnati
society is diseussini with much hilarity
the adventures of fjlr. Stern's marriage
Railway Knrgrnus in Session,
CHICAGO, Nov. 10 The American
Academy of Railway S-t-g-ons, which
was organized last ; May nt Galveston,
Tex., lK-tau its first annual nui-timr at the
Grand Pacific hotel. The organization is
made up of railway urge.uis of the west
ern roads mainly, although it has a con
siderable membership nls in the east.
The meeting will concha!-.- this evening
with a bam ) net at the hot-1.
Fine Old Fliglish iU-ntlcmin."
NEW YiilIK, Nov. 10. The Very Rev. S.
Reynolds Hole, dean of Rochester cat he
dral. England, made his first t.-pM-arance
in this country as a led urer in Calvarv
Baptist church. Hole w ire knee-
brccchcs and black silk h iso. The re
ceipts from ids ht-t un-s will iro t the res
toration of Rochester cathedral.
Two Children Ilurned t Heath.
Ciiasskll, Mich., Nov. 10 The chil
dren of Alfred Hindstrom were burned to
death here. The mother was milking t-H-cow
and had left the little ones in the
house. Whin she returned the building
was in flames and no human aid could
save the children. '1 he elder wns a 1 my 3
years old and the young-r a girl of 18
Tho early printers very often omitted
to print tho initial letter of a chapter
or section, leaving it to lie painted is
Organic vcakneM or -loss nf p;wer in cither
s x, however induced, ppredily anl prrroarcctly
enrcd. Enclose HI cent in t tuiiiLn for hook of
pinicnlar, maiied in iiltiii ervjlmie reiiled.
Wrrld's Diopeo-sry MeUictl A-Mcm:ion, Buffa
lo, i. i.
Children Cry for
PR ICt "15 ON ALL CANS,
to be etnumt-.
Our prices are lowered to the last notch This will be the greatest
bargain sale we have ever offered you. Don't delay. Come at once. Let
come what may. Congressional reason, hard times reason, first of January
reason, or any other reason, our prices are and will be the lowest. Buy now
and you will be right.
C. lance Oicr These Prices.
Chinchilla overcoats well worth $10,
sale price $5.
Black Cheviot overcoats, others asked
$10, our price $7.50, sale price $5.
Blue best Kersey overcoats, good
enough to sell for $15, sale price $10.
Men's suits that every clothier sells
for SS.50, sale price $5.
Children's overcoats $150, sale price
Blue cassimer overcoats, good value
at $9, sale price $5.
These prices only to be had at the largest store west of Chicago,
money in your pocket to trade with us.
To be sure you are right, hunt for. the "Blue Front."
7 Per Cent Loans.
as tan as
The following is a partial
list ol completed jrilt-eded
fin-t inortjise loans on hand,
which we oiler for sale, tul-jet-t
to previous selections,
for their face and accrued
interest. Thee loans have
lieon carefully selected hy
us. ard arc first-class in
evei v respect. They are all
7 1-i.it ckkt net to the inves
tor. We have many other
loans to offer, if these are
not in amounts to suit the
f 1, :;i;o
J. A JO
5 j rs
. 5 yrs
5 j rs
The securities we offer are
especially adapted for the
investment of eavius 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 bis coupon to us
for collection. For further
information call at the of
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. F. ROTH. ji0t. LcID D-rtmrt.t.
(BaoosSMT W B. WKNDT.)
119 Eighteenth HtrL
tFlt and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Boat
Olejudcg &rd UepaWa Duae'
At 15 per cent discount
on all 1 UR GOODS be
ginning Nov. 11, and
continuing for one week.
1605 Second A v.
BUSH'S CORN CURE
A Positive Cure for Corns, Warts and Bunions
I'KICfi 25 CENTS.
TLis remedy is sold under a Misitive puarant--; and we wi:i t-rr-fully
refund the tuonry. if you are not ntn-lied with the roults.
Different from any other, it w ill allay the pain inUad of making
the foot sore. It has Iwn tried by many, who praii-e it hi1i3v. We
can furnish testimonials if desired. Try it, and suffer no longer.
Manufactured by HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Manufacturing 1'harmarUt. Kifth Arenune ITjaimacT.
corner Fifth avenue and Tweuty-third street, Uock Island.
For sale at all shoe stores.
M. -.i . e jf lift
PBICK THBZE CSHT3.2
Brown, tan and gray Shetland ulsters,
others asked $10, our price $S, sale
price $5 99.
Genuine Auborn Melton overcoats,
everybody sells for $15. our price $12,
sale price $10.
Children's combination suits, coat, two
pants and cap to match, good value at $5,
sale price $3 50.
Men's heavy underwear, considered
cheap at 50 cents, sale price 9 cents.
Wool filling jran pants, extra uood
value at $1.25, sale price 73 cents.
1803 Second Arenas