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ROCK ISLAUD, ILL., HOBDAY, 8EPTE22BEU 30, 1825.
PBI03 TUBES CE3T3.
Of the Crew of a Steam Barge
LITE BOAT CHEW HEAKLT DEO WEED
Boat (.'prizes While on the Second Trip,
tfc-vrral Men Disabled and the Ufa Moat
Made Useless Volunteers Help Save the
Italanceof the Castaways An Unreliable
Government Light Other Vk1 a.ght
in the Storm Casualty Kecord.
MAugiETTE, Mich., Sept. 30. The
Eteani bargo Kershaw and schooners Moon
light and Kent went ashore on Choclay
beach four miles cost of Murquette at 4
o'clock in the morning while trying to
nuiko this harlr. The schooners were
driven high on the wind bench and will
weather the storm. The steam bargo was
driven on a reef nearly a mile from shore
and broke in two in the middle, the bow
being washed away. The other half of
the bout ki still on the rocks, with a fu
rious sen beating agninst it. The llfc-sav-Ing
crew ivached the wreck at about 5
o'clock und took off nine of the crew. Rc
" turning to gut the other four men of the
crew tin: bout capsized, and the life-saving
crew hod a narrow escape from death.
Itrmaindcr of the Crew Rescued.
Win n they reached shore half of them
were disabled from cold, one of them was
nearly dead, and the boat was to damaged
u.s to lie dlsubled. Another boat was
manned nt the station with part of the
life-suvlng crew and the balance volun
teers, who reached the wreck at 3 o' clonk
in the afternoon and rescued foar men
who were in a yawl attached to the wreek
by a cable, and In a perilous situation.
The harbor light here was extinguished by
the storm during the night, which was
partly the reuson why the bouts could not
round the breakwater. The crew of tho
hurgc and the life saving station crew suf
fered severely from tho cold.
Other Lake float In Trouble.
C'NICA(H), Sopt. :). Destructive gales
swept liakes Michigan, SuK-rlor and
Huron Suturdny and Suturdisy night and
cost the shipping interests a heavy sum in
wreckage. Murine disasters were numer
ous, among them being the following:
The Rols'rt I. Fryer, steamer, owned by
Mit( liell & Co., or Cleveland, sunk in tho
ftwlt Ste. Mario by the steamer Corsica;
M. F. 'Wilcox, schooner, reported ashore
ut Death's Door entrance to (iruen Bay;
Ida A. t linen, whooner, owned by Captain
' John Freer, of Chicago, ashore at Naubin
way, Mich., and abandoned; Skylark,
(wAiiMiner, owned by Captain John Freer,
of Chicago, axhore at Naubinway, Mich.,
mid abandoned: Corsica, Hteambarge, seri
ously damaged by collision with the Rob
ert It. Fryer ut tho rtoult !Stc. Marie; barge
now laid up at the Soo fur repairs.
Stihukon Bav, Wis., .Sept.-3!).' Tho
tow barges 8am Flint and A. C. Maxwell
went ashore at Hedgehog harbor, Death's
Door passage in tho northwest blow.
Hot h vessels ure on hard button, but rest
ing easily, having yet no water in them.
CAME DOWN LIKE A SHOT.
Female Aeronaut's I'nrachute lulls to
Work She Falls l.OOO Fret.
MoSIlOVIA, Cal., Sept. 30. An accident
occurred here which resulted in the in
stant death of Nellie W. . Hagel, wife of F.
(i. Hagel, tho aeronaut. 1 The couple have
1een traveling tliroughout the state mak
ing bullon ascensions and ptirucluito
jumps. Mrs. Hugcl mbilu an ascent and
when at the height of lut feet site pulled
tho rone which cut tine ivaniehute loose.
She shot downurd nlxiiit a hundred feet
like a lhish, and then tho uir caught the
parachute and it commenced to oen, but
smlilenly it liecamc apparent that she was
fulling. She came down like a cannon
ball. She struck on her back, her head
coining in contact with the ground first.
Her skull was crushed. Deceased was 3-l
years of age and n native of Illinois.
Hair Ills Head Mown Away.
LaI'oKTE, Ind., Sept. 30. A sad aeci
dent has occurred on Pine hike, by which
Iiuis Shlngler, of this city, lost his life
Ho had Ixvn shooting ducks alxmt the
lake and in getting out of the boat his gun
was discharged in some unknown manner
and utmost the entire left side of his head
was shot away, causing instant death, lie)
was one of Ijtl'nrtc's brat young men, and
lor the past twelve years had .been in the
employ of Davidson & Porter, dry goods
and clothing dealers. His life was insured
Hostler llarnrd to Death.
Giieat KALUs, Mont., Sept. 30. Tho
hclipse stables burned. Marshall evins,
a hiwtler shvping In the building, was
burned to a crisp. Twenty-two horses
Durrant Mill lias Confidence. .
San Fiiancisco, Sept. ). An evening
pajH-r publishes an interview with Theo
dore Durrant in which the prisoner ex
pressed his disguet at the witnesses who
had tcstilled for the prosecution. "I
wonder tin fate of Ananias and Sapphlra
hosuot over taken some of them," he Is
quoted as saying. "It is strange to me
that they have not been struck dead for
what they said against me on the stand.
Durrani expresses cvnlldence at his ulti
Cot Any of These Bonds?
Washington, sspt. 30. Acting Secre-
- tary Hamlin, of the treasury department,
gives public notice that n per cent, bonds
of tho face value of fnio.txio. Issued nnder
the acts of July 1. 1st.', and July 2, l,
to the Kansas Pacific Kailway company,
late Union Pociliu railway, eastern di
vision, and cumnuinly known as "currency
sixes," become due, and will be paid at
the department Nov. 1.
Unite "ilttery Fellers" Are They.
Chicago, Sept 30. Tho story goes at
Spirit Lake, la., that a committee of two
Kichland township trustees, named Wade
and Cushman, examined the works of
Pickens, Tbackery and Scott. In the town
ship library, condemned them and do
. Mroycd them as immoral.
President's Betnra to Washington.
Washington, Sept. ax It is learned
that the presidont is not expected to re
turn to Washington from Gray Gables un
til about Oct. 14.
BALTIMORE WINS THE PENNANT.
Other Top Clnbs in the Knee Are Cic . I.
Philadelphia anil Chicago
Chicago, Sept. 3u. With the goinejtf.ai
are to be played this afternoon the I'ar
tional League base ball season ends. The
atanding of tho first four clubs was fixed
by the games yesterday, althoufi ttie
winner was named Saturday. Baltimore
will fly jibe pennant, and tho next tbroo
are Cleveland, Philadelphia and Chicago.
The game? today may change the posi
tions of one or two other clubs. The po
sitions at this writing arc as follows:
Clnbs. ' Played. Won.tywt.Cent;
Baltimore 13: i 43 JO
Cleveland W . f4 4tS .W
Philadelphia l,3n 13
Chit-ago VMT, 68 J&t
Brooklyn 131 7Tra SAt
Boston 13 70 Mi
Pittsburg MS 71 fil - JS37
Cincinnati Wi H M ,'US
New York i: i St &
Washinntotu. VM 43 Ut JSti
St. Lonw ,y 131 S Hi K
Louisville .A......,. 131 Stt 98 .
Following are the latest scores: At Lou
isville Cleveland 9, Louisville 8; at New
York Baltimore 6, New York 2; nt
Washington Boston 5, Washington 8;
at Philadelphia Brooklyn 6, Phiadelphia
8; (second game) Brooklyn 6, Philadel
phia 3; at St. Louis Pittsburg W, St.
Louis 2; at Chicago Cincinnati 5, Chi
cago 4 (Sundny) At Chicago Cincin
1, Chicago S; at Louisville Cleveland 8,
CULBERSON WILL STOP THE FIGHT.
The Big Pugilist Mayas Well Hunt An
other location at Once.
AVSTIX, Sept. to. TUis is said to be au
thoritative regarding tho governor's in
tentions as to tho Corbctt-Fitzsimmons
light: He will not lie governed by tho do
ciston of Judge Hurt, of tho court of crim
inal appeals. If tho lcgUlu'ure passes an
antl-prlzc fight law that will end it. If
it does not, and the supreme court decides
against the governor in tho cose against
Comptroller Finley, tho governor will
stllfstop the'fight under the laws against
affrays and disturbances against the
peace. This seems to settle It.
Washington, Sept. . If tho promo
ters of the Corbctt-Fitzsimiuons prize
tight entertain the opinion that in caso tho
fight is not allowed to come off in Texas
they can fight In the Indian territory they
are certain to bo disappointed. Attorney
General Harmon when questioned said
that there would be no prizu tiirhting on
any territory over which the United Stutes
government had jurisdiction.
STATE FAIR OF ILLINOIS.
Greater Success Financially This Year
Than In Any Previous Year.
Springfield, His., Si-pt. 30. The second
annual exhibition of the Illinois State fair
on its permanent grounds here has closed
after the most successful week in tho his
tory of the state fair. The exhibits hnvo
been larger, attendance grcatcuuid. prem
iums more liberal thau any other fair held
in the west. Tho receipts for admissions
will reach Ml.OUO, against 33,000 last year.
It Is estimated that OJ.OUU pcopie visited
the grounds during tho week. The total
receipts this year will Ins about $35,000,
against $54,000 last year, the largest prev
ious year, and tU.lfJO for it at Peoria,
the largest yeur previous to last year.
Ohio Democratic Camiialgn Opened.
CoLl'MBUs, Sept. 30. Fine weather and
a big crowd were the features of the open
ing of the state Democratic campaign here.
Kx-Govcrnor Campbell was the principal
orator. He devoted much of his speech to
state affairs. On the money question he
stood by the Democratic national plat
form of ljUi, and opposed Republican
"tinkering with tho tarilf. He was rad
ical on the Monroe doctrine and wanted it
applied and maintained, especially with
regard to British movements in South
America and ou the Alaska bouudury
Dunraven May Rare Again.
New Your, Sept. BO. Chairman James
D. Smith, of the America's cup committee,
has made the following statement: '-Within
in the last few days Lord Dunraven
said tome: Commodore Smith, what
will be the chance of having it accepted if
I should present another challenge for the
America's cupr' 1 answered that It was
my belief that such a challenge would bo
considered, but the race could not be sailed
until after the race betwen the American
yacht and that of Charles D. Hose." ;
Uen. Miles to Succeed Schofleld.
New York, Sept. 30. There is, now no
longer any doubt that Major General Nel
son A. Miles is to succeed Licutenant
General tfchoflcld in the otlico of commander-in-chief
of tho United States
army, (tencml Miles made a statement of
the fact lost night, saying that he was in
formed of President Cleveland's determin
ation to appoint him ou Friday last by
Secretary of War Iamont, whom he met
in this city by special appointment at the
Jehu Baker for the Uouble Maadard.
Maiiio.n, His., Sept. 3J. Ex-Congressman
Baker, the man who defeated Will
iam K. Morrison in the Hatcaville district,
spoke to a good crowd of miners, mechan
ics and business men at tho courthouse.
Baker Is a linn believer aud a sianch sup
porter of the double standard. His speech
was well received and his remarks met
with frequent cheers.
Illinois Physician Paralysed.
SrniNt;FIELP, Spt. 30. Dr. Benjamin
M. GriltiUi, member of the state board of
health, and oue of the most prominent
physicians in Illinois, was stricken with
paralysis and congestion of the brain in
front ol bis oince. lie remained uncon
scious for several hours. He is Improving
and hopes for his recovery are expressed.
Insenssed Politics and "Spring" Chickens.
Vrnviin i Ills.. !--nt. 3J. K. F. Law-
son, editor of the Kningham Republican,
myv a mrontifin tit nil the rornMimklents
and contrioutorj of his paper. All town
ships in the county were reprcscnica ana
full justice was done to the dissection of
spring chickens aud politics.
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The Assassin Abroad at the Cap
7 ital of Ecuador.
TROUBLE 05 TEE BORDER OF PERU.
8ympathy for the Cnbaa Rebels in Mexico
Slakes Life m Burden for Spaniards Re
siding In That Country The War In Cuba
-What a World Correspondent Found
To Be the Sitnatioh . In Santn Clara aad
New Yoke, Sept. 30. A special to The
Herald from Panama says: Assassins at
tempted to take the life of President Al
faro in Quito,' Ecuador. Tho president
Was in his palace at the time the murderous
attack was made. As soon as the news
became disseminated in the capital in
tense excitement prevailed. It is reported
that prominent persons are implicated in
Lima, Peru, Sept. 30. Conflicts have oc
curred between the Peruvians and the
Bolivians on the frontier, and the officials
of the department of Puno have taken
measures to suppress the disturbance. Ow
ing to the recent strained relations be
tween Bolivia and Peru this frontier out
break causes some 'apprehension.
Cuban Affairs Trouble Mexico,
NEW Yokr, Sept. 30. A dispatch to The
World from Mexico City says; ""Cuba
Mexlcaim' is already an immensely popu
lar cry in this country. The excitement
here over the insurrection on the island is
growing and is funned by that largo sec
tion of the press that advocates the an
nexation of CulKt to Mexico. Trouble
may ensue at any time. The extreme sus
ceptibility of the Spanish colony here
(numlHTing 10.000 people) to anything
touching on Cuban affairs is played on
even by newsboys. A newsboy sold pa
pers to a group of Spaniards on the
strength of crying 'Great buttie in Cuba.'
Matse in Sympathy with the Kebrls.
When th6 Spaniards found they had
been decctviil they gave chase to the boy.
A great crowd collected und hissed the
policeman who arrested the lad. The pul
lic prosecutor came up and ordered tho
boy released on the ground that Mexico is
a free and democratic country, and the
people had a right to shout "Viva Cuba
Libre' or any thing they choose. It looked
for a time as if then would bo a riot, as
the masses arc ready always to insult
Spaniards and are in sympathy with
STATE OF AH AIUS OX THE ISLAND.
New York World Correspondent Visits Two
New York, Sept. 30. Tho World's cor
respondent in Cuba, who has just visited
tha provinces of Santa Clara and Santi
ago, reports that tho rebellion has grown
remarkably since ho lust visited those sec
tions. He says: "The claim of tho Span
ish press that the rebellion was an upris
ing of blacks was borneout by my olserva
tions. There were on tho 1st of June
about o,i0 men in the field in Suntiago, a
considerable number of whom were Un
armed and four-fifths of whom were
negroes or men of color. There were a
few unorganized bands prowling in the
forests of Puerto Principe, awaiting a
"The wealthy and fertile province of
Santa Clara was subservient to Spanish
authority, excepting a number of dis
contented country people who had taken
to the woods near Sancti Spirit us. Now
a grcut change has taken place. Antonio
Mocco has under his general command H,
000 fairly armed followers. Outside the
towns and garrisioncd posts hold by the
Spanish troops Macro is the master of the
country throughout tho province. The
greatest change that has occurred in Cuba
since June 1 is apparent in the province
of Santa Clara. This is the great sugar
growing district and is tho princiU
source of wealth of the Island. There are
nearly 12,000 insurgents in the Various
groups . in Santa Clara. Many are not
armed, 'towcver. "
Ol'IMON OF A Cl'BAX STATESMAN.
Views of a Member of the Spanish Cortes
ou the Insurrection.
NEW Yop.K, Sept. 30. Senator Rafael
Montoro, the chief Cuban member of the
Spanish cortes, who has been in this city
for a week, gave to tho newspapers a
signed statement of his views on the re
liclllon. He said in part: "The insur
rection is not popular with representative
Cuban.!. They insist on having a stablo
government. The country has been torn
by too many dissensions and revolts dur
ing the last half century. I am and have
always been an autonomist a home
ruler. Cuba's greatest need is home rule,
and that, too, under the Spanish flag.'
"The pcopie of Cuba are Spanish by
birth or descent. They are Spanish in
feeling, Spanish in customs. They prefer
to live under he Spanish flag just as Can
ada prefers to be bound to the mother
country. The concessions made to our
party lost January in the cortes form only
the entering wedge In our efforts for com
plete autonomy. It is unfortunate that
the progress we have made this year has
been materially lessened by the unlookcd
for interference of the separatists, who
are now in the Held. But we autonomists
look for a speedy suppression of the insur
rection, when the work of home rule will
Exetas Arms Seized at Acapnlco.
City of Mexico, Sept. so. A nnmber
of cases of arms and ammunition which
were brought from Mozatlan on the Pacific
Mail steamer City of Sydney by Antonio
Kzeta have been detained at Acapulco by
the custom house authorities. Kzeta was
on his way to Guatemala but stopped oil
at Acapulco because the captain of tho
steamer refused to take him any farther,
as he feared international complications,
as Kzeta had arms.
Theatre en a Historic Site.
Washington, Sept 30. The new Lafa
yette Square Opera House, buiit on the
site of the old Seward mansion, where
Wilkes Booth's . co-conspirator Atzerodt
attempted tha life of Secretarv Seward.
! and where James G. Blaine died, will be
opened tonight by Lillian Kussell in
! ' Tzigane."
A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of
sll in leavening ilronrth.- Late a L'nitd Statu
MHrnnal Food Eeport.
Rotai BaEsWa f man Co.. lot wll Ft N.T.
Hess Si Hopki ns' collar and flynet factory
at Rocfcford, Ills., was destroyed by flrc.
Loss, 10,000; insurance, 0,KK.
Seventy-two people had boeu attacked
with cholera at Honolulu up to Sept. 1L
Of that numlicr fifty-two died; but two
white people were among the victims. It
is believed that tho epidemic has been
A suit for $30,000 damages has been be
gun by Huntington Ac Gibson, a retail coal
llrm at Cleveland, O., against eight of the
la-gest coal dealers in the city, liecausc, as
alleged, the defendants have twice boy
cotted the plaintiffs.
Owing to the failure of the firing pin to
act properly a shell exploded in a Canct
rapid tiring guu being tostpd at tho Sandy
Hook proving grouuds blew out tho
brepch-bbck and killed Corporal Doylo
and Private Conway. Private Coyle was
seriously and Private McDonald slightly
Lord Dunraven has sailed for England
on liourd the ste.nu yacht Valhalla, as the
guest of t he owner, Mr. J. 1. Laycock.
Frank G. Bigelow, of Milwaukee, and
Kdward W. Mcilenry, of St. Paul, have
leen appointed receivers of the Northern
Pacific railway by Judic Jenkins, vice
(lakes and House, resigned. The Brayton
Ives party will contest the continuation of
A treaty lias been effected with tho
Piegun Indians in Montana by which a
strip of laud, rich in gold, silver and cop
per ores is ceded to the I'nitecl States. The
land is sixty miles long and eighteen wide.
It is stated ou the authority of a promi
nent churchman that one important mat
ter to conn before tiie Kpiseopal general
convention at Minuueapolis. which meets
tomorrow, will U3 the establishment of a
national university ut Washington.
.The London Daily Telegraph says that
hats labeled "tho kind worn by the
Priuoo of Wales" sell rapidly in London
during tho "Americ in season."
All the big anthracite mining companies
have advanced prices for coal ut tide-water
and western distributing points.
Tho St. Andrew's society convention at
Louisville cloctod James L. Houghteling,
of Chicago, president. Next meeting will
be at Pittsburg.
The czarcwitch, huir to the Russian
throne, is hardly expected to live the year
Thomas and Henry Anderson met Isaac
D. Jaqucs ut Cookvillle, Tenn., and- "re
moved" iiiui with their guns. Feud.
Tho Minnesota, Hock River (Ills.), Iron
ton (O.), and West Wisconsin M. E. con
ferences have voted to admit women as
delegates to the general conference, and
tho Ironton people chose a woman dele
gate Mrs. Jauu Bedford.
Miss Consuelo Vanderitilt- will bo mar
ried to the duke of Marlborough, Nov.
14, in Grace church', New York, by Bishop
Potter. They will spend their honeymoon
in a castle in Germany provided by Kaiser
. For eight mouth, from Jan. 1 to Aug.
31, 1805, the net earnings of the Burling
ton road were 1219,470, a decrease of WOV
000. The deficit has, however, been wiped
Friends of Governor Morrill, of Kansas,
are seriously alarmed as to his condition.
His illness is a result of the war and he is
Earliest MuowlaH,oa Kecord.
Calumet. Mich., st. 30. A light
snow fell here Saturday night, followed
by several flurries in the morning. This
is the earliest fall on record in this county.
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r rare drugs are una
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