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THE DAILY AKGUS
JOHN W POTTI.
Th Ohio election occur on Notcoi
ber 6th. Tue prospect of democratic
Sucre are dally growing brighter.
Thi sheriff of Cbotesu county, Moo
boa sold out under a chattel mort
(Tg belj by the New York Lota tod
Trut company, 8. OM brad of cattl aad
30 bore,, the property of a cattle com
pany organized sii years sgo by Russell
B. Ilarrtaoa- Tlie prrsidenl was one of
V etnibitinn in th trotting line
the FalrfloM, Ohio. fair, and
rotting rce by natural g
flbty foot stsnd pipes t abort
sncirciea me nan miieiraca and
dotted the entire ground, with larger
Ithio the track, making a
i of fire lik) feel In diameter
fret high. The two Urgett
the country 'The OKI Men
I City Well No. . with
IHl'lllrwfif S.PWl.OtiO cubic fet and 13..
(00,000 cubic feet rrapecilTelywere
turned on to complete illumination. In
the mid at of thie wonderful end ewe In
spiring display the renowned trotter Ouy,
without a running mate, attempted to
beat bla record of 9.1if. Millard F.
Maunders droTe him. Ouy made the
mile la 9.31, which li equivalent to 9:1?
oa the Cleveland track.
"Bamtlkt C'AMrpti.L'a widow la con -ulting
with several dee Igoere of monu
menu with a view to the erection of a
tollable memorial to mark the grave of
her huibend,".eeM a theatrical manager
to the New York XforlJ goeeiper. The
fact that be aaked bit name to be omitted
if bit remerka were quoted la of Iteelf
eufflViently notable to warrant mention.
The grave I abaolutely unmarked,
Ibongh it ie raaily discoverable in the
cwmeterj near ritmburg. by reason of lu
proiimily to that of bit mother. Near
IU head t'.andt a great urn of Ie mA
i j geraniuma and all the eurroundingt
J ) breathe an atmosphere of peace which
I wat very foreign to the career of the rest-
uniormea genius who Ilea under the
sod. It it curlout, by the way. how tome
wivee preserve for the memorv of thai
erring busbsml a fondness which often
I ; I ortener than the tneenng world would
I j ever a knowledge mellowt with age into
;- H tenderness that wat unknown before
y- the bereavement. " A movement to build
j' i Hartley Campbell a handsome monument
it un.Jer diacuMion in Pituhurg now.
Treakle ! tk. .... .
The different ttale and city election!
beld to fr thi, Un n,,e Wn fu of
tribul.tio,,, for 01)f repubIjct brHhn.nt
and now it l.x.kt at though Iowa la going
10 a,ld to their woe. The Cedar Rapidt
vueri. u.e leading republican paper in
att centra 1 Iowa, bat cauted a panic
mong the republican politician! of the
tate by demanding that Senator Hutchi
son, the republican candidate for govern
or. be withdrawn, and that eome more
representative man. like Oov. Larrabee or
Henelor Poynecr. be put in hie place.
The Oiitftt, li moved to make tbit de
mand by the recent publication of an ex
hauttive review of Hutchison's leglaletive
record from the pen of N. B. Ashby.etate
lecturer of the Farmers' Alliance. The
Gai,tt,,tVK tni, record can not be de
nied, and it "ahowa Hutchiaon to have
tern a conataot and determined leg.
ItU'iv.; n-ht.r for every bill that
give railroaiU an advantage over the
people and working agalnat billa that
were Nvorable to them." and that "the
etpoaurr is humiliating to those who bad
confldenre In him." While the ataU
committee and atate candidatet are tcared
out of their wit Senator Allison looka on
complacently. He believe the legi...
tive irerrymander will aave the United
State tenatorahlp for him Hull be la
' lively muttering hU force. It it well
known that he ha no confidence in the
preaent atate committee, and he haa ac
cordingly t.k-n hi private secretary. J .
Morgan, to I), a Moinea. to take charge
nf hi lulereaU from now until tWiWn.
AUlM.n will Ha reconciled to flutrliln.
ana's orfeat if ir sates himaelf. Thi
would give him great preatige, and at
the aame lime put Iowa la the column of
doubtful ttatet, and thin airengthen bit
claim on the nomination for the preti
dency. A lleree With Diphtheria.
Clerk Rlrcbanl'a beaiilifiil Hu.l.leton
lan "Mrrme Gimiial." is j.mt recovering
from one of the queereat rlieeaae with
which any horan hre haa ever been
known to be effected. The animal wat
taken HI about three week ago. Her
brad and throat became twollen. and
lump appeared upon ber aide and back.
Finally her noe and throat became to
wollen that the could not breathe, and
it became neceawary to perform a aurgical
operation on her throat an that the could
breathe through a rubber tube. For day
it wa tx lieveil the animal would die. but
for the pat three or four day the haa
been rapidly Improving and will recover.
There I no more intelligent borne in the
city and Clerk Birrnard Valuee ber very
highly. The phyaician and aurgeona
who attended the animal term the diaeaae
diphtheria Davenport liucrat-Uo
IW-tatate of Eliho Turner. Report
of real eatate to pay debt filed and ap
proved. IV. Eatate of John Warnock. Juat
and true account of peraonal property
and debt Died and approved. Petition
by adminiatratrix to aell real estate to
pay debt filed. Ailminiatratrii'a account
current Bled and approved.
Estate of Frederick W. Kolleratraa.
idow release and at lection died and
approved. Juat and true account of per
aonal property and dubta died and ap
proved Petition by admini.tretrix to
ell real eatate to pay debt! filed.
Eatate of Frank Doonan. Juat and
true account of peraonal property and
debt filed. Petition to aell real ettate
lo pay dehtt died.
Fire at VAatertewa.
Lat evening the pottofflce and etore
building at Watertown owned by Win.
E. Crawford, wat destroyed by fire. The
Hre w, Uncovered by Poitmaater Dan
McNeal about 7 o'clock in the abed at
tached to the futh .Hi. of the building,
in which oil, etc.. were atored. Tha
Are bad inch a itart that nothing could
be done to ttve the building. Nearly all
the goodt in the main atore were aaved.
The building wat Inanred.
In the combination, proportion, and pre
paration of iu ingredient. Hnod'a Sana
parllla accompllthea curea where other
preparation! entirely fall. Peculiar In
Ita good name at borne, which la a
"tower of itrenglb abroad," peculiar in
the phenomenal aalea It haa attained,
jnnd a Sartaparilla la the moit luccete-
ut ndiclna for purifying the blood, gtv-
BASE BALL SIGXS
Indicate General Strike Out
of the League.
MANAGERS WAITIUQ TOS A BIOS.
ai(n mm nignlmg Dav Aaar tha Only
Maahrr ml thm Chtoaaja Tlnh Im Vmt
Hhj Naana mm th l.M lor Neat Year
A SlaiHt-0r r.wmrymmtrm Th Brsthar
mm mm m Mrlk t'atll tha Laca
MmIIh Id Nnvvaabar.
Cnicaoo, Oot 23 Praaklent Spalding, of
th CbtoiKO ball e uli, mM Ut niuht Ibat b
had algnail no ooa for neit tea)!) ply ex
oapl Capt An. F.ed Pfeffer, tha aecond
baaa-man, acknowllgl to Mr. Hpal.ling
yvater.iav tual ha wai at th bad of lb
brotlwrlio-Kl movenwnt in tliia city, and
alW 1 that tb Chi ) player woul.l l in
the fl kl airain n-t awtxi ia vo butter
ahapithin In l"i, liut not utvUr tiia aama
Nearly A tl in Ilia VtrithrbHl.
A a other or tlv In Iiiii; apirita In the
Brotberhoml m v.imoMt aa'd lo a reporter
that all the t'lin i -1 l iTrs with tbaex -ap-tliei
ol An, Hui-na al llutehin, bail
igneil with tlM briHUerhooL In aaliiitino,
be aaiil, Hire new men ara eoming to
C'blrag'S a pilcVir, caU'hnr, an I first baa
man, anibai tiuichinwHi' abna will not
bw mlaaeil. It i not tba intention, ba mhI, to
draw pUyer from tbo Anwrican mmwc alum
olMa tha ImM drawa from th tlrothor
boml'a ranka Tba cirruil will inelii.ia i'bi
cago, Cincinnati, CI Valand, and BuITtlo In
tha wMt, nn.l Maw York, Brooklyn, Boat on,
and Ptula iwlpliia in Iho eat To aama au-ttKN-ity
gav J. H. WarJ a captain and
mananar of tha new Br toklrn Uain.
Mr. Haliling did net appear to be ia tba
kraal diaturbat over tht out;xk.
Ha almittn that lb boy, ai be pba
antly r alert to tba mambara of bw taani,
war in ha iifftce during tba furennon, and
Ibat thay bad rafuaml to contract for another
M think they ar acting vary fooliah,"
eUumad iba pr,rient ot the Chicago club,
"and they will m tba error of tbeir way be
Tben you bava cigned no onr
"Noholy eziMpt Mr. Abwhl"
"Did tiiey ay anything regar.ling their
"Ahaiilutaly mtliing. Tbey ara waiting to
hear from baadquirtarm."
"Do you M-ow to hold their place for
"Yea; a reaaonalila length of tint, ami
then wa will have lo I on without tbein."
Nat rBac a ri(kl. mmt Hmmty.
"Tbea you ra prepamd for a battle!''
"Aaaured y; we bava not beon aleep. The
League will go right ahead. Tbera it plenty
of talent awaiting recognition Hut I hard
ly tblnk tb boy mean to nht ua. They
will come around In tun. Tbey aay they
bav grwvancaa, but whan aakad to a la la
Uiani Ibay rafum."
"Do you know of any grMvanoear
"Why do you think th bva will fall Into
line before the aaaana opener
"Simply bacaaa their ache in la not prao
licabla. In tb Oral plara It will taka half a
million dollar to aat th ball in motion for
tbein, and who w going lo put npiuchan
enorraoua aura on a riak, for it would be a
riak, and notblog aUa, and men nowaday
ara looking at both aulaa of tha q iaaiioii be
fore tbey loveat their tnmicy."
Anaoa talked th aain war.
"Ara wa going to ban a Im ball warl
Well, I ahoulJ ay we ware," dryly remarked
on of tba loading apinU In tha Brotherhood
movement ahortly afur th writer left An
son. "tVe are going to have tb flneat olub
that wa aver plarwl no a ball Held in Cbi
oago next year. Wa bave all tin capital e
eurad, and could bav had twice a much if
wa needed IL"
"GrouieU arrangl furf"
"Yae: or nearly au, I should aay. Wa will
have tbam tntid of a weak or ten daya at
A telegram flora Pittahurg aaya that Sun
day, whan asked to aign, said: "No, air, I
cannot I am a member of the brotherhood,
and until tha League aettles tha matter of
our grtavamwa no ooa of us can sign."
"Wall, but you aaid there waa no uaa In
our reserving you; that you would play
with n next season."
"Va, air, I did, and If tba Brotherhood
matter ia eattlad satisfactorily I will; other
wise I will stick to the Brotherhood"
Several other of tha players war axked if
tbey wanted to aign, but one and all refused
until after tb Ieagu meeting, which will
ba held in New York on Nov. li
It saems evident that tha llht la on and
base ball matter will ba in a slat of uncer
tainty until the League meeting referred to
Yesterday wa tb regular "ignlng" day
IU tba League, so thm igmMcanos of tba fail
ure of tba men to put tbrir namea down ia
Nobody hUguIng at Cisvalaad.
CLBVKLaftO, O, Oct 2 Nona of tb
Cleveland Dlarar enroed vaatarJar Thav
war notified by th club that they bad
been raaarved, and could aign at any time.
Tha Dlaver bave nothing tj aav. hut ...
are evidautly awaiting tha result of the
i oagua meeting on rtov i j.
Rama Way al Indlanapolia.
IMAiiaroLlK, Ind., Oct '.Si Tha Indi-""-,"-
lk ha" club yaatarday signed
trial ainca the cloaa of the aeaaoit. Nona of
the regular and reserved player bave
aigned, uor wer tliey reiuMtad so to do.
riayar Hlgaod for IMtlsbarg.
Cincinnati, Oct i Ted Bullivan, the
well-known baas ball manager, kaa aignwl
El I) in ml, tha laft-bandl pitohar; W.
Kittrwig-and CI La Rugu. general play
ra, for tha I'ittiurg club Thma man bava
nja.le goud raoords in tha Iutar-stato league.
Isa'l Heaaa to Hlga Aaywbara.
raii.abkl.rnia. Ont. Kl Pitcner Andsr
eon waa the only member of the Philadelphia
cluh who signed yeaterilay for next seaton.
Niw Yum, Oct. ! Nona of the Nw
York player, a far a known, aigoe-l yes
lar.lay. Haa Hall Oaossa.
Chicui, Oct 84 Wel grounda post
poi.ei th New York -Brooklyn champion
a4ii gama yesterday. Exhibition games:
At Philadelphia Pbllmlalphla b, Alhl-tio
tt; at Columbus Columbua 6, Cluclnuati 1
Threw Ityaaailto la tha ilra.
If 4T BautNtw, Mloh., Oct iUDniM
Dowd, a pruuiineut merchant of Frealan I,
this oounty, B iturday evening threw into a
alove a email box euppoaed to ba mpy. In
teed It conialnad a dynamite cartridge,
which explode I, wrecking a portion of the
establishment and mangling Dowd in a
frightful m toner. Ooa ieg has beao ampu
tated and from tb other tb tth I torn to
th bona. It la hardly probable ba will re
cover. tiood for tha Children.
A prominent Buffalo physician is an enthtr-
aluat on th subject of onion. He feeds them
to hi children dally, aay tbey are the best
ntadicln for preventing colds, and add:
"Feed onion, raw, I .oiled or baked, to the
children three or four time a week, and
they'll grow up healthy and strong. Ho
worm, no ecarlaliiia or diphtheria where
children aat plenty of onion every day."
When thi regtin la followed k owing may be
diipanaed with. Buffalo Letter.
The Introduction of female aervlo In th
English telegraph department is, in tba opin
ion of Mr. U. H. Fowler, one of the graattat
Improvement In our postal tystam. Mr.
Fowkrr ought to know. Ha haa baan cre
tary to tb treasury, and h haa been a care
ful observer. This ia high testimony from a
man who may any day ba a cabinet minister
of high rank. London Figaro.
(100 Bewara" MOO.
Tba readert of the Daily Abuu will
ba pleaaed to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded diaeaae that science has
been able cure In all IU augea, and that
la catarrh. Rail's Catarrh Cure ia tba
only positive care bow known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional diaeaae. require a consti
tutional treatment. IlaU'a Catarrh Cure
ia taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucut surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby destroying tha foundation
of tha diaeaae, and giving tha patient
strength, by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing 1U work.
Tba proprietors bave so much faith In iu
curative powers, that they offer one hun
dred dollars for any caae that it falls to
cuts). Bend for list of testimonial. Ad
dres. F. J. Chknxt fc Co, Toledo, O.
Bold by druggist, 75c
THE SHOT-GUN CODE
It Decides the Case of a St.
fRANK J. BOWMAN SHOT TO Df H.
He Visits an Old Partner's Bows to Levy
on His rrf.porty and lha Coroner Car
ries Hi- Corps A way A Cold-Blooded
ai a rcl r Over a Saelaa of Lawnlt
home Faeta from tha Record of lha
Dead Man Hla Marital and Other "Ee
renlrieltiea." St. Loi'ts, Oot 94 Frank J. Bowman,
the well-known lawyer, who haa figure 1 In
ao many matrimonial trouble here and in
Chicago, was shot and instantly killed by
B. M. Chambers yesterday afternoon, at
Ferguton, Wa, eighteen mile weet of thi
eity. The killing :rw out of trouble be
tween the pertir over th old Timet new,
piper. Chambers was a large stockholder
and principal owner of the paper up to the
I me of Its demia. Bowman was also finan
cially Intereate I in it IU bought, among
other thing, the Associated Press franchise
of the er, and hat bean in litigation
orar the matter with Chamber ever since.
Yester.lay artrnma Bowman, accompanied
by Popn'y Sbei iff (lerrett, of St Louis
t-niiity, callel at Mr. Chambers' homo iu
F rguvMi for the purprMo of levying an at
taehniont on CbamtwV life iutrit in his
wife's estate, or ahataver proriy ha might
ba able to Hud.
The Fatal Meetine;.
Chamla-rs met Bowman and Uitrrett at the
ga'e. It.iwman said:
"I have eon t. lew on your property."
"All rihl," rmioiided Mr. Chambers, and
ba entered the liouw.
Ilnpury Sheriff Gitrrxtt thought Chambers
bad gone to get soma paper, lie was mis
taken, for in a few minutes Chamhentstepped
cut into the yard with a dull-t.arrelled
shot t"n in h bands.
"Oarrett, you get out of this place and get
oat quirk," be said Oarrett walked away.
"Now, Bowman, I'll give you three mm
Btea to gut out of tbw groun.U," continued
Bowman did not move, and In an instant
nainln mixed hi gun and pmrel the loal
into Bowman'' heart Cham era then coolly
walked into bis bnuas to await anvet, while
Bowman's body lay iu a pool of Mood in the
yard, notindy venturing to touch it until the
coroner arrived. A larga crowd imiu sliately
aurroiiinle.1 the pUca, but there was uo
demonsl rat ion.
A tikrteh of Bowasaa'a Career.
Bowma'i iracticl law here for many
years and about three years ao removed to
New York. 1'revioua to bis de;arture be
flicured in a couple of scandal. He sued bis
wife for divoroaud aftorward compromised
her suit on a croxa bill, paying here large
sum of money. Thn it wa given out that
be had married a woman in tin east As soon
as thi became known a Chicago woman who
calmed a common law marriat; wiib Bur
man, sued him for divorce in Cbicio. The
Chicago courts decided tlie woman was bis
wife and gave her thi divorce. Thia left
Bowman badly mixed np matrimonially.
Itrave, but Cnaernpntouv.
Frank J. B- wmau was remnrkable in
ma y ways, lie was brave, unscrupulous,
aggressive, with a nervous temperament
which nothing could discourage or su Ulna.
His method were in violent opixisitiou to
the l-gal Code of ethics, an I once he was. lis
barred, but afterward reinstated. His first
great Miccas was the Miss.uiri Tactile lien
case rgeliist the county. This Cise waa a
railroad claim of 7i,(H), anil had twen
fought and abandoned by the abl.iet lawyers
In the west Alter they had given it up Bow
mau took it on a Contingent fee of Id per
Cent of ail revenue b could col
lect He kept hnmmering away until
he collected the whole ?0U,0iiu, and retained
$7ii.iiO0 as his fee. He was a man full of re
sources and expedients, and cared not how
an object was nttninod ao that he succeeded.
H- wa a dead shot, and challenged every
man who opposed him with any personal
bitternesa. Among his first challenge was
one to Speaker Boone, of the Missouri legis
lature, hi.t Mr. Bnone did not comn to tuna.
Bowman cbnlltnged Htilson Hutchius, but
mutual friends stopped the blood-letting.
Five yais ai;o he challenged Congressiimn
John M. Oliver, bur. agnui some one ar
range I mailers, and there was uodueL
t 'hamlwrs was president of the Butchers'
and Drovers' luk of tin city, which failed
a dosen years ao, and afterward bought
out ton old Times, Htaying with the pawr
till it failed
A htrlne lo the fuiMerintioa.
Nxw York Oct. A!. Tha flnauoe com
mittee of the world's fair of 1'J yssterday
aloptlthe form of guaranty siilcriptinu
rejorlfd by a sui.omraittee. It rnoaiu of
an agreement hetweeu tlie aubacrilwrs an I
toe committee that the sulecriptions shall
not be binding until I i.Oml.llOo bave been
aubscrilwl. and that subscribers shall not
b liub e f.w any d -bis or expenses incurred
by the Ciminittee lieyond the amount sub
scribed, but they sre entithei to share iu any
surplus that may remain after the w inding
up of the expedition.
Inrltleat of a Kentucky Feud.
Ci?iciiiti, O , O-t 'si Mrs. Craig Tol
liver, wire of lue well known Kentucky des
perado, has liecome limine. Him is at pres
ent residing with her sister, Amanda Boxlen,
at Montgomery, this county. It is thought
tha killing of her husband at Mourebead,
kCy . together with trouble with ber two
VT. W - A law aava u. hoth of
tne le.ys tlirew hr Ut tba Qoor auii boat bar
with their lists.
funeral of Oku. IlartraiiiU
NoiiniMTuW'!, Pa., fh:t tti The funeral
of Oen. Hurt ran ft occurred hare yesterday.
Iiunng tlie nioriiiiig tlie remains lay instiite
at the Montgomery county court hi ruse, and
were viewed by nearly 'JU.0O0 persons. The
funeral was given a military t uusraL Th
caanat was borne to th grave on a gun
caiason and followed by his hone. The mil
itary turn out was imposing, a wa th con
course of civic societies.
A $150,000 CANADIAN THIEF.
He Tumi I p at MtaaaapolU aod Fro
nnsea tn Itavolnp a Maaaatlon.
.Mlxp.)LlH, Minn., Ojt 2i August
ImiIiii for many year crown timber
agent nt Kst Ports ge, Ont, who disnppearad
last epring with $150,000 belonging to the
Canadian government, wa discovered in
thw city Saturday night by P. A. Puelpa, of
Rat Portage, Phalpa saw Dulmage hurry
ing down Washington street towards tb
Hhort Line station. When overtaken by
Phel tha fugitive a 'moat fainted from
frit-bt V'lestioned altout hi movements
ilea his dnnppaaranc from Rat I'ortag
I'lilmage aaid be had been to China, where
be loat considerable money in a ipeculntiou.
He arrived in Minneapoli a month ago, aud
has since been in biding on th south tde.
Being almost out of money, he sii'l b bad
about concluded to proceed to Ottawa and
stand trinl for bi crime.
Other Conspirator In th Dchema.
Hi voluntary surrender to th Canadian
authorities, be (aid, would result in the ar
rest of several person high in the govern
ment service who had compelled him to
teal, an.l had taken the lion' share of the
spoils. Dulmage has a wife and family.who
have heard nothing from him silica last
spring, when bo fled from h.tme and war
rant were issued for bia arrest Dulmage
ay that Walter U.orJan, ex-chief of po
lice of Hat r'ortnge, and his alleged confed
erate, is in Minneapolis also, and will return
with him to Canada. Riordaa gave Dul
mage the tip to leave Canada, and subse
quently. It is said, broke into tha Uu Is in
Bay roin:iy's warehouse, stole a large
quantity of valuable fur, and escaped across
An Old Employe uf lha Northern Paclllc
New York, Oct. 2i At tlie meeting of
th Northern Tactic board of director on
th 17th lost., President Oak offered the
following resolution concerning the oldeat
ehartor offlcur of the corporation, and the
employe who bad been longest in the service
of tb Northern Pacific Railway company,
Hecratary Hanioel Wilkesnn:
Rwsnlvad. That nn Imlted Irare of absence
be granted to Secretary Wllkeeon, with fnll
payment of hla salary of S4,l Ua year, and
with th privilege of do ng aa much or a lit
tle work as he please: and that he aorept tha
affect ions I e Injunction of the directors of
the company he has aerved ao well that he
o-e this leave t.f a i a -nee unstintedly, so as
to Implore his hnal b and pro ong his life.
Tb rewilution was adopted by a unanimous.
Tote. Mr. Wilkeson was 51 years old when
bw aoceptad th secretaryship of the oom
paT. To-lay no ia In bla Tad year. Ba I
TIOOK ISliANll, AKGUS. TUESDAY,
CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY.
Aw Ana r Officer Alleged To llo Wrong
fnilv Itatalned as Insana.
J.XW Vork, Oct SSL A writ of habeas
eorpu w as granted yesterday in the supreme
court directing th superintendent of the
Butler it sane asylum at Providence, R. I,,
to produ se tha body of Second Lieut Amot
Cross, U a A., in court Oct 25 It is al
leged b;- counsel for tha petitioner that
Lieut C-oa is and always waa aane, and
that hi -emoval from thia city and confine
ment in mother atate wa illegal and th re
sult of a conspiracy; that ita purpose was to
enable the lieutenant's brother, Eliaha W.
Cross, ol Wnki-fl-l 1, R. L, to obtain oontroi
of th li ntenant's property valued at over
t-JOu.oOO and that Elitha Cross is now wast
ing the roperty.
Tha Solid Earth Sinking.
KcQArxsjB, Mich., Oct 8a Saturday
night the ground over the South Buffalo
mine lie an sinking, the movement extend
lu until the Queon mine was also affected.
Bsveral icree of ground bava sunk from ten
to 100 fsH, and the movement still contin
ues, Bmall mine building, railroad track
and tret were eiigulfed. All tha miner
have quit work underground and ar now
employe I on the surface removing material
from tht dangerous ground. Tb extent of
the dam ige cannot be estimated till tb cav-iug-in
Oops, ami nothing can now be don
to preve it the continuance ot it, but th loss
will be very heavy.
New Yorh Greeabaeker Nomination.
Nxw York, Oct 2& Repreeeutative of
the Greenback party met here yesterday and
nomiuat d Rev. Thomas K. Beecher, of El
mire, f o - setTetary of state; John B. Sulli
van, of West Chester, for comptroller; Jo
eph Ma lison Hall, of Hamilton, for state
treasure-. The nominations lor stnte angln
engiueer and surveyor will be made later.
A platform waa adopted reciting the famil
iar tenets of the party. Rev. N. 8. Scholer
acted as chairman and Grge C. Hunter at
eecretai of the convention.
A nae Ball I'layer'a Wlrkedaes.
Pcraton, Pa., Oct 2i 8ain Craue, th
well known ball player, wbo wa arrested in
New Yo k recently, charged with larceny,
and HaUie Fraunfelter, charged with adul
tery with Crane, were arraigned in court in
this ci y yesterduy. Framifeltr, the
womanY husband aud prosecutor, is wanted
for recnivin; stolen goo-ls, and as he is bid
ing in N-w York he could not answer when
called. By direction otthe court the prison
er wen both returned "not guilty" by th
Jury ami the costs put upon Fraunfelter.
Kola Hartly Needed.
St. rCL, Minn., Oct 1 Hon. L. B.
Rea, of Mile City. Mont, is in this city.
He says that in western Montana the grass
is litertjly withered away for want ot
rain, i any thousands ot bead of cattle
have starved t death for want of grasa
and ta' lished for water. Ranchmen ar
paying 13d and tii a ton for bay, and in a
week or two it will be impossible to get it at
any prue. Water is baiug hauled in some
as far as twenty miles.
The Cronla Jury Hoat.
CBlCi.oo, Oct 22. The effort to secure a
jury in tbe Cronln case wa renewed yester
day. Eighteen veniremen were examined,
twelve t X'-used for causa, three challenged
peremptorily by tb state, two by tb de
fense a id one waa under consideration by
the state when the court adjourned. But
one man. more ia Deeded to complete the
Crioan C'tgarmaaere Sent Homaw
Nxw Jrlkass, Oct 1 Tbe Picayune'
Key W.st, Fia , special says: Tbe Spanish
gunboat Jorge Juan, sent by tba Havana
authorit iea to transport to Havana tbe strik
ing Cut an cigaraiaker and tbeir families,
arrived yesterday, and a merchant steamer,
chartered by tha working men's uuion, of
Havnna. fur the aame purpose, is on It
Deeded the Bloek ta Charity.
Merioen, Conn., Oct ?i Hon. Isaac C.
Lewia, the well-known Uuiveraalist philan
thropist yreterday afternoon deeded hi new
block, j ist completed at an erpne of 75,
U00, to t ie City Mission, a charitable organi
zation lere represented by trusteee of all
danomi: atious. Tha bloek ia the hadsomest
in Men I n
E -EDITOR WEST INDICTED.
Fraudilent Issue of Times Htoca tbe
Charge Other Litigation.
Chicoo, Oct Ui Tha Cook county grand
Jury yist-rday found iudiutmetits against
JumtaJ. West and Charles E. Oraham for
the frau lulent issue of stock of The Chicago
Times cmpanv. The defendants were un
der hon la of to.OJO each, and capiases war
issued for their arrest
The n andaiuua cast of West against H. O.
Huiska'iip and other director of The Time
company to compel them to allow William
A. Patl in to ac- aa a director was decided
against he ex-editor in Judge Waterman's
court, aid Judze Blidgett decided against
West in his etitinn to have his bill ngatust
Herman J. Huiskamp, Henry Huiakamp,
AVilimm H mry Hinlth, Joseph R Dunlop,
Frank S Weigler, aiel Tbe Times company
remnu ltd to the Co k county circuit court
A TRAMP PRINTER'S TERRIBLE FALL.
Kaorlied Off a Railway Bridge While
lirnnh. and Horribly Mangled.
CoM-fHts. O , O t '"iA special to The
Disfialcj from Springfield, O. , says: Mik
J. Hierl,y, a tramp printer, was fatally in
jured Bsturday while walking to Dayton on
luo tug Four rallrua.l track. Ha waa drank,
and while croaaing the bridge over Mad river
was struck by the express train and thrown
oT He fell fiH-ty feet, striking on an abut
u tit and Dually tbe Jagged rooks below.
His fant was battered almost out of shape,
the chit cut open so his throat c uld bs aeen,
bw kul. fractured, and hi lejs broken. He
was a niemlter of the Treutou, N. J., Typo
graphiril uuion, and ia from Lynchburg,
Va, wl ere bis brother, a wealthy grocer, re
side. 4 Iletectlva Turns Burglar.
Pioh A, Ills., Oct 2i Three times dur
ing the past month Penuock & Putnam's
notiou bouse ha been entered by burglars
and in al) about tl.SOO worth uf good
stolen. Tue Inst visit was made Friday
night, v hen t,oW worth of cutlery, silver
plate.e e, waa taken. L. F. Morse, a de
tective, wa suspected, ami Muuday Chief
of Polite Gorman and Capt Moouey went
to bis I ouse and accused him nf the the ti
After b-iug cluaaly preased for a few min
ubts M rse admitted the crime au 1 prom
ised to I eturu the goo Is if he were not prose
cuted. Illlnnle Miners to Worn.
LaSsllk, Ills., Oct ai. After nearly aix
months of idleness tbe miners here have
finally settled their differences with the
operators and work waa resumed to-day.
Borne lays ago the miners agreed to ac
cept H:' cents per ton for niiuing and
do twenty inches of brushing in the
La Ball , Oglesby, and Peru mine, but the
mul drivers and the men employed other
than miners went on a strike whan tbey
were required to accept a reduction proor
tionate to that of the miner. Thia last dif
ficulty va adjusted Saturday.
Heems To Be a Wayward Girl.
Port Jikvih, N. Y., Oct 1 Mary E.
Palmer attempted amoide yesterday morn
ing by booting bet self near tbe heart Tbe
causae a thnt she took exception to ber
mother forbid ling her to roam the street
at nigh . The same girl, in company with
another girl, Inst winter visited New York
city, ai d while at a hotel with her com
panion mil a young man waa accidentally
bot through the careless handling of a re
volver ly the young man.
Wavonele for German Strikers.
Berlin, Oct Ifci A large foro of mili
tary bw Iwen ordered to Cbcmitx, where
the weavers are engage! in a t'rike for in
creased pay. Frequent disturbance oc
curred I here Saturday and Sunday, and tba
polics have asked for aid.
Ravage of the Cholera.
Cons aktixopli, Oot 2A The cholera is
still mating frightful ravages in tha valley
of th 1 igna and Euphrates. Tberejhave been
?,0UO doatu within the past three months,
and tb. re are as yet no signs of tb abate
ment of tbe acourg.
taed for 10,000 and Oot
BvrvsXO, N. Y., Oct 83. Th jury in
th cast of Henry Speth againatthe New
York Central railway, for 1 10,000 damages
for bav of D-en put off a train, awarded the
plaiutif 75 yesterday moral g.
T ia Montana fclactioo Cuntaat,
F.ELI sa. Mont, Oot. 2a A special term
of lb nprem court will be held next Mon
day to lienr the Silver Bow county disputed
laotloa caea, on the dasnaiosi of which de
pawss sj a oamptemioa ot tha 'lglalalim.
ADRIFT AND DYING.
Shipwrecked Sailors Just Res
cued in Time.
SUEVIV0R3 OF k SUlfKElI VESSEL.
Fenaderlng of th Earnsaoor with Fif
teen of liar Craw Kiev Oaly Secure
a Boat and bat Sevew of Them Beach
Hoaae Alive, Oaa Drowning Alongside
tha Reaealng Teasel Thro Weeks la
an Open Boat Wit hoat Food.
Philadelphia. Oct. fc& Tb aeven sur
vivors of the ill-fated teamr Earn moor,
which foundered at eaa Sept 8 In a cyclone,
800 mile off Turk' island, while bound
from Baltimore to Rio Janeiro, arrived here
yesterday from New York, whither tbey 1
were brought yesterday morning by tbe
steamer Santiago, from Nassau. They tell
a story of great suffering. Tb Earnmoor
struck a terrific gal on Sept 4, which in
creased In force, and at 0:30 a. m. on the j
following day tne vassal gave a lurch and
Only On Boat Afloat.
A the steamer sank, th port life-boat
floated off from the ship between the funnel
and the n.atnmaat and the following men
clung to the boat and scrambled In the sec
ond officer, second and third engineers, four
sailo a, three firemen and tbe cook. An effort
waa made to save the reet of the crew and a
drag was made of the painter, but the boat
waa blown away and the oars wrested from
the hands of tbe men so that no mora could
l saved. The t rlee of the drowning men a
they wer danhed about by the mountainous
waves were beard by the men in the boat but
they con'd not he r -ached and had to he aban
doned to th. ir fate. It waa impossible to pat
the boat bark for them. It was an oversight
that the boat had not been provisioned in an
ticipation nf the calamity, as it woo Id have
saved the terrible suffering of tbe survivors.
Fortunately tbe boat drifted luto the gulf
slreum and the air was warm, but thia in-crea-ed
the intensity of their thirst.
Adrift Without rood or Water.
"Tlie horrors of hunger on the second day
he 'ame awftt'.1 aaid Carl Crane, one of the
survivors, "and it increase 1 aa time wore on.
We m msirrd tt pick np aeaweed from th
tin If stream, which gave uaa little nutriment
ami on the third day a flying fish was caught
Ti la was Immediately cat up Into a portion
for each man and devoured. We also raptured
a a-a bit and sucked its blo-d, and then at
its fl- sh after it had dri d in th inn. The
first man lo die was a seaman named William
Kobin-on. of Baltimore, an I tbe second waa
the third engineer, Thomas Hunt of Phlla
d lplii. t ne night while we were all asleep,
ex ept a German fireman named Plaeg. who
was on watch, he suddenly became Insane and
. J u in , ed over iHMtrd. We were too weak to aave
mm. vt e were wttnout a compass, and steered
by the son by day and the stars by night
A Hearcleae British Craw.
"Fleven vessels passed ns one, a British
bark, we are certain, saw ua. and dellh -rately
left us 1 1 our fate. When 3u0 niil-s off Hat
teras we were ilc e I ut by a schooner. I can
not dee r; be In words our Joy at the sight of
th e deliverance. We w re so weak that we
had to be lifted np on the vessel's de k. and
one of otir men. Kd Jobanson, a Norwegian,
full overboard and was drow ned.
Tue Earnmour was largely owned In Phil
adelphia. Tboae who were saved are: H.
Stone, second mate, and Thomas Metorum,
second engineer, Philadelphia; William
Wright cook; William Davis, Ludwig
Leder, Carl Crane, and A. Foster, of Balti
more. GOVERNOR FORAKER'S ILLNESS.
Hi Condition a Matter of Serious Appre
hension Latest Irons Ml Horns
CoLCsfRUS, O.. Oct. 24 Governor Fora
ker's condition ia still a matter of serious ap
prehension to his friends, although ha is re
ported as convalescing. Yesterday hi im
provement wa not o marked as Sunday,
and it is reasonably certain that the govern
or will not be able to fill any of his appoint
ments for this week, and by some it la con
sidered doubtful if be will be able to speak
again during tbe campaign. Last night th
governor was reported resting easily, but
there was not much improvement in hi con
dition. Coola Sam Wrestling with tha Turk.
LosDoft, Oot Si Tbe Daily New' Con
stantiuople iecial say that the American
minister has entered a complaint to the
Turkish minister of justice that tbe court
and the magistrates before whom the trial
of Woussa Bey, the Armenian governor, ia
being conducted outrageously favor the ac
cused and abuse tbe witnesses against him
Tb minuter of justice simply denied that
there was any foundation for th complaint,
and insisted that the trial was being con
ducted with perfect fairness to both side.
Tbe American legation will not press th
charges of outrages upon American citixent
un ess the other charges fail.
The Granger Railway Case.
Wabhihotox Cut. Oct Si The supreme
court uf tbe L nil d States yesterday granted
the motion to advano th case of th Chi
cago, St Paul and Milwaukee and tb Min
neapolis and Eastern railroads against tbe
railroad and warehouse ootnin tuon of Min
nesota. These are wnat ar kuown a th
Granger cases, involving tbe constitutional
ity of tbe state law giving to tbe warehouse
commission authority to fix tbs tariff for
the transportation of freight and passenger
whenever rate flxkl by tbe railroad are
alleegd to be unreasonable.
ElopMl with a Hash-House Keeper.
Bostoh, Oct ti It ia reported that Mrs.
Walker II. Price, well known a keeper of
several fashionable boarJiog-botues on Bea
con Hill, baa eloped with Dr. F. C. Blinn.
Tbe couple are said to have gone to Mew
ra, an t it ra a I legs J that Mrs Pric took
witti bar earn Mansln to W . i
Blinn baa bad an of&oe iu thia city alnos
July, and has fur soma months beeo almost
constantly in Mrs. Price's company.
The Kaiser Visits H ambers.
Genoa, Oct 21 Emperor William and
Euipress Victoria Augusta arrived ber
from Mouse. Friday. Tbe imperial party
visited tne German iron-clad Kaiser and the
Italian war-ship Italia. On taking leave of
King Humbert tbe emperor prom is i to re
turn to Moaza on Nov. IL on his way back
A Plaoo for Judge Cooler's Son.
Wahhisoton ClTT, Oct !. Superin
tendent rorter, of the oensut bureau, baa
appointed Charles H. Cooley, of Michigan,
a special agent in charge of the collection of
atattxtics relative to transportation. Mr.
Cooley Is a son of Chairman Cooley, of tb
lnbir -state commerc commission.
PAN-AMtV.lCAiVj AT Ort.CAGO.
They Find Ont Why the Plane la Callad
the "Windy City."
Chicago, Oct. 2i Th Pan-Ameriuan
delegate went to bad last night after an
other busy day ot eight-seeing. They found
noesoaps In Ciicagofrom th attention they
bave received in other c tie It wa not a
propitious day fur stght-9ein. Cool lake
winds found the visitor at all paint on th
day's route, and not a ray of aunthiu found
Its way through th lowering clouds At 10
a. m. th party ware driven to th Uaion
tation, where a Pullman vestibule train
The Bound or tha Indnatriee.
The first stoD waa at too McCiamink
Reaper works, through which the delegate
were conducted and thown th procas of com
pleting a reap t ach minute. Swift' packing
uouae was next visited and tba butchering
and cuttine deuartmant inanatait ifw
visiting tLe etoct yards th party left for
x unman, inncuing on tb train on the way.
All part of the industrial village were vis
ited, th car depot, carpenter shops, hotel,
arcade, dwellings, library, and theater.
On their re'.urn to tbe city the excursion
ists were driven thronrh Jackson and Wash.
ington parks to the p-istomea, where an ex
amination of the ini nor operation of tb
uiucs wa maae.
REJECTED BY TAMMANY.
an overture of the County Democracy
for a Joint Tiee.eC
New Yore, Oct 53 The Tammany hall
committee of twenty-four met yesterday to
take ncUon on th proposition from tb
county Democracy to Join in th nomination
of senatorial and aasembly candidate. Com
uiieaiuuer uuruy preaiaao. AIlaT UlSCUaMOg
tb matter thoroughly It waa referred to a
committee of nv to prenara a renl v
Tbe sub-committee late last night airraad
upon th text of a letter to be eddrvasad to
l bairman rower, of tbe county Democracy.
It Informs him that hie proposal ia one that
no self-respecting organisation can enter
tain, it ueciaree tntt bis organisa
tion demands as a condition of support
ing tb Democratic ticket a greater propor
tion of candidates than its strength entitle
it to. I oe implied threat that if refused tbe
organisation will give its support to the Re
publicans Is commented on aa tbe bai
treachery. The letter clot with an exbor
tation to tbe counties to ret urn to the Dsoo
emtio fold. - -
OCTOliEH 22, 1889.
Britisn capitalist are raining money to
build a tower l,ii50 feet high.
Tbe body of aa nnknown man, with hi
throat cat, was taken from th Chicago river,
at Chicago, Monday.
A telephone circuit has been opened be
tween Vienna and Liepsic, a distance of 350
miles, end it is a success.
Tbe N ttional bank of O las. Ho., waa
authorized Monday to commllive business
wii b a capital of 1 100, 000.
President Hsrrison Monday appointed Ol
iver F. William, ot New York, United
State consul at Havre, France.
Tbe Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
I (till in eession at Denver, but nothing can
ba learned of what they ar doing.
Mississippi Republican bav retired from
th approaching contest in that state, aver
ring that it would be Impossible to se
cure e fair election.
'Jack the Ripper" haa appeared in Munich,
Bavaria, or at least hi work has. Two
women were found there Monday morning
dead and horribly mutilated.
Thomas Woodman, son-in-law of Governor
Yates, of Illinois, tried to suicide at Jack
sonville, Ills , Sunday night He may yet
die. Sirong drink and chloral
Dave Bamford and Jerry Thomas were
caught by a fall of rock in the Jackaon mint
at Negannee, Mich., Monday. Bamtswd was
killed and Thomas badly crushed.
A man w as execute 1 In Andalusia, Spain,
last month who had been reprieved, the
authorities refusing to accept as legal a tele
gram aunouncing the granting of th re
prieve. The trial of J. Frank Collom, the young
lawyer who ia charged with forging the
uame of John T. Blaiadell to the amount of
f27,Oi0, was commenced at Minneapolis
All kiiida of warm clothing and food for
man aud beast are urgently needed in tl
counties of Ramsey, Nelson and Walsh. N.
1)., aud Miner, Lake, Sanborn and Beadle,
S. D. Crop failure is tue cause.
W. W. Lang Jon, a lobbyist was sen
tenced to f 5 1 Hue and six month in jtil at
Detroit, Monday, for raf Usui; to answer
questions put by the court in a jury-bribing
case in which it was alleged' be was impli
cated. A pension agent at San Francisco gave a
pensioner a check for bis peonion. forget tine
to fill it out with tbe amount of pension.
i n pensioner whs an enterprising oiiizan
and not to be troubled by a little thing like
tnat, so he filled it out himself for tl,200,
just f-l.lSJ more than he waa iue hi in, and
got tbe money.
The Kpt-ropal Convention.
Ssw Yokk, Oct Si The color question
came up in the Episcopal house of deputiea
again yesterday, when Rov. Dr. Hamk l
and Rev. Pauiua Moort (colored) urged tbe
consideration of the report on the meranrial
presented by the colored clergy regarding
their rights in the church. Rav. Phillip
Brook also urged lU consideration. To do
so would bave required the suspension of the
order of the day. A Kentucky delegate said
the question had been practicilly settled by
allowing a colored doputy to speak Oa the
floor of the convention. The motion to
suspend tbe order waa lost, an 1 the reHrt
in favor of ceding a portiou or the Michigan
diocese was aeei ti. Prayer book revis
ion was then resumid and a nu ntwrof prop
ositions acted upon, one proposing the ii a
aertton of an exnortntion iu the marriage
service was rejected by a close vote. The
bishops refused to concur iu tbe resolution to
issue a cheap eiitiou of the prayer book and
hymnal, nn tbe ground that the work
The board of missions hel 1 its finnl mee'
log last night and adjourned sine die.
Contract Laborers Ta Be Sent Bark.
Washington Otv. O.-t Ui Secretary
Windom has directed that Jnm-s Hepburn
b) returned to Scotland anJ E nil Dietzi to
Germany. Bothcimeto this country un
der contract, tbe former landing at Pott
Huron, Mich., and tbe latter at New Yoik.
Hepburn came ss a horse-trainer and Uietze
under contract as a silk weaver in lingerie
Staul's silk manufactory at Paterson, N J.
Will Walk Kilty Miles for 1,OiKI.
Worcester, Mass , O -t Hi 1. A. IV la
coll and John Meagher ma ie a tnatca b -re
yesterday to walk fifty miles fur the cliam
p ousliipof Americ t and a purs-of tl.uu.
The race is to take plioon Thanksgiving
Day and Eugene Buckley r name las I'el-
I'lllshnrg Mulders Strike.
PlTTSBt Bii. Oct i'i The mol.iers of thus
district st' uck yesterday for a 10 p t cent
a lvam e in wages. AUmt 8 W) meu are out.
Two firnn, Carnegie, P.upps At Cj. and A.
Speer At Co., hav granted the aJvaace, sol
the men are at work.
A Han-bar i Tired or Hia Titles.
Vienna, O.-t. 'ii Archiiuka John Sal
vador, of the Austrian imperial bouse of
Hapsbiirg, baa pu .licly expressed the desire
to resign all his titles and appotntmeut and
hereafter live the life of an ordinary private
The Weather We May Expect.
Washinoton Cjtv, Out fc-'. The followlne
are the weather indications for the thirty -eix
hours from t p. m. yeetenlay: For Indiana
rair weather, followed by light rain; station
ary temi-rMtun-; variable winds. For Mich
igan. Iowa, and Wisconsin Light rain, pre
ceded by f tir wrath riu lower Michigan: sta
tionary temtierature-, variable winds. For
Illinois-Ita in: stationary temperature: varia
Saved by Transfusion of Hlood.
Nsw Yore, Oct. 'ii. Morris A. Redding,
tbe painter who was nearly killed by iuhal
ing Illuminating gas, la recovering, the
tranaruatuo or 4loo4 having baaa ani.niasa
rully used in eaving hia life. Vonderleito,
from whom twelve ounce of blood had
been transferred to Redding, was up and
arouud eeeter.lay nou the worse for tbe loss
Offered a Consul Oenaralshin.
SnnxsviLLK. O.. Oct 24 L Franklin
Patterson, principal of the public school
here, ha twen offered tha vice coniul gen
eralship to Bolivia. He has th offer under
A New Yorker Appointed.
Wjshinoton ClTT. Oct. 82. The presi
dent last night appointed Nicholas Smith,
of Sew Yia-k, to be consul of tbe United
State at Three Rivers, Canada.
Kever Io Find Indletsneuta.
Chitv, Wy. T.. Oct ta The Carson
county grand jury, which has been inveati
gating the lynching of Jim Averill and Ella
Wation, ("Caul Kate"), adjourned Satur
day nntil the 24tb inst, without returning
indictments against thoa accused of the
Oetieruus Gift of tha Caar.
St. Pctlrsbcro, Oct 81 The crar and
his famdy lr,v.d mated 400,(KXI roubles for
the su(T.rei tn- the famine in Montenegro.
Chicago. Oct IL
On the board of trade to-day quotations
were aa follows: Wheat No. t October,
opened TKc, closed "to; Decaanher. opened
81c doted Hrtac: May. opened t35eo. rleeed
fK-c. Corn No. Ooteber, opened ailfo.
closed fium-itsc: November, opened i.e,
cloeed fin, ; May, opened &4e, oiosed SM,-?o.
f)ata-Na If October, opened JSc, rleaed
lo; Novemlier, opened lWic closed 110:
December. 0sned la,0, closed itWae; May,
opened SliSc, rinsed 214ic. Pork-Ootober,
opeued ain.trv. cloeed SU.OO-. November,
opened and closed iMTlj: January, opened
and cloeed t'.'.sTi. Lard October, opened
-, closed 98.SI.
Live stock Following were the I'ulon
tock yartla prices: Hog Market opened
rather slow and weak, with light grade loc
lower, other lota 5c lower: light grades 3.trisJ
4.85: rough packln. S3.Kixa3.SO: mixed kits,
S3.9ltSi.Sa; heavy packing and shipping lota,
Produoe: Butter Fancy Elgin creamery. S3
eac per lb: beat dairy. loJUc; packing tock,
im&VHc Egg Strictly fresh, legist, per
doz; ioe house. l&itlB'c. Poultry Live hens.
7c per lb: roosters. Sc; turkeys, 8-x dnclts, t(t
Hre: geese, .Uii7.iii per do. PoUtoes-111
o per bn on track: sweet potatoes, $1.7 i
Per bbl. Apples Oood to fancy, $!JtjsS5l
per bbt Cranberries $s.tajs.au per obL
New York, Oct. 21.
"heat No. S red winter rash, Wtfifc-ac;
ia October, 8 J: do November. 8ic. Corn
No. X mixed caah, SUc; do November, 3trtc;
do December, 0-. Outa-sjulet ani ete.tdy;
No. t mixed cash, do Ootober,
do November, Mx do Oecember, Ho.
Bye Dull and nominal. .Barley Not quoted.
Pork-Dull: aneea, Sl.UiU for m-peoted.
uru xutsu xovniber, ao. l)cmbar.
Hay Upland prairie. $715,
Bay Ttmeuty new $1U0.
Hay WUd, S.0Uu4o i i.
Ooa I Soft lie thai d a. 00
Oard Woo ok. tsUK; Hickory, lc.
tWe are now well into Autumn with its changeable weather aud will soon see the M
cury go downwards in the Thermometer, consequently all ought to prepare for it. In
There is no better place to
TELEPHOVE NO 10M.
STATIC OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock Ulakd Col-mtt, ( M-
Comity Court of Rock Islsnd count), to the No
vembor 'lerm. A. D., 18M.
Elua Warnock .Administratrix nt the estate of
Juho wam-ok. deceased, vs. Matvaret Bailer.
Alexander arnock. David Warnock, JameaC
. .ro'c,;. Huen wrEock, Janet Campbell,
John O. W arnock. David V.'. Warnock, Jsmes
W smock, ( barks Wahlstmm, Daniel H Har -well
aud Robert Lec Petition to sell real es-t-te
to pay debts.
AfKdavt of the non-residence of Janet Camp
Vf. .Vii'S f-J"e. Alexander Warnock an
t.Mfi IL' ''anlanta abov. named,
hating been died in the offlre of the Clerk of the
t onnty Oor.rt or Rork Island Conuty, notice Is
hereby given to the ashl IJw.net Campbill. J.mes O.
Warnork. A.exsnder W arnock and Daniel H. Hart
well thai the ss:d plsin ifl Elira Warnock, ad-
?e h fM hi. JT. ?-n-1 W"ock. de-
court of hock ..ndT;,my for inVroer XZW
. . "f may oe reeded to pay
the deb- of said dcceastd. and described a fol-
-ll!f-uh."e!l.T,rtru(, of ,he "othwest
qnarter(al ia the northeast quarter (1st of tha
southwest quarter (H)and the northwest quarter
'I'. w?,,tn,:!'t qnarter (i,) of section
eu-ten,(ll): also the eoutb one half ( of the
ou heaatquarieriiaiof section three, Mi all In
township sixteen, (ih), north of ranee one (1)
wft of the rourth principal mcridisn, in tbe
county of Kock Inland and Hate of Illinois
And that a rummotis has hern insned out of said
court agsir st you, retnrnahle at ,he Xovember
Ik!' . u n,i,-id coun- holden on
the First Monday of Nov mber A D at
the cturt house in Rock Island, in Rock island
Now, nnless yon. the ssid Janet Campbell,
V.mf . it "rDO,ck- Alexander Warnock and
lianlel H Hsrtwell shall peronaily be and appear
before said county court ol Rock Island county,
on the Bret day of a term thereof, to be holden at
Kock Island In ssid county, on the fitvt Monday of
Novemher. 1(!n9. and plead, answer ot demur to
the said complainant's petition filed therein, the
rame and the matter and th.nSs therein charged
and stated will be taken a Confessed, snd sdecree
"s'smei you according to tha prayer of
Rtck Uland, Illinois, Oc-oher ia 1889
. R A. DONALDSON', Clerk.
. t.. ii. ;t, tompisinsnl a ollcltor.
JJoTICK TO C0XTRA0T0E3.
I'trr or R: ck Islakd, Rock Island CotisTT, I
!STVX Or iLL'Hdia. f
Healed propossl will be received at the City
Clerk s offlce or said citv. nmil Monday tbe th
day of Novemher. A. P. 1A-J. si 6 o'clock r m, for
constructing the improvement ordered hy an or
dinance of said citt. which was adopted Oetobor
, Ih.i, and is eutiiled "An ordinance for the im
ororrment or Eifhteenth street from the north
line of Kirt arrn-ie to the uonh line of Third ave
nue and for the levying of a social lax therefor,
and for furnishing the materials and doing the
aork according 10 the plana and sjiecifications
thenfor. The said improvement ordered by said
ordinance consists of curhing with curb-tones,
exrsvatme. irramiiE. improving and pavlns with
pavinc brick of pckk! qua tty. t o blocks of streets
in said title of said ordinance set oat.
The aaid improvement must he constructed,
snd the materials therefor furnished must be in
accordance with the plan aud specifications for
sittd lmpmrenisnt on Hie in the said city cie.-k's
oBjce. at which ss'd ofli-e. ssid plan snd specifl
calions are open to the inspection of all persons
interested therein. Contractors are to furni-h
samplsa cf brick with which work is to be done
Hriikused in the work nin-t correspond with
the samples in quality and stvle. All bids must
be aoromnanied with a certified check in the sum
of 'ive Hundred Dollars, pevable to the order of
the citv trea'urer ot ssid city, which shall be
come forfeited to said city in case the bidder shall
fail to enter Into contract, with approved sureties,
to exernte the aork for the price mentioned in his
bid. snd acrorditiff lu the plans and specifications,
in the e lent that ti e cent act should be swsrded
to him. Blank hid will he furnished on sppllrs
ralion st the city clerk's office. All bidders and
ether persons may sttt-nd at the opening of said
bids. The richt to reject any and all bids or
proposals received is herebv expresaly reserved.
KUHKKT KOEHLhK. t ity Clerk.
Dsted thi luth dsy of October. IBS
Estate nf Johannns Anthony, deceased .
The undersitmrd. havini; beenannoinled Eiern
lor of the last will aud testament of Johsnnus An
thony, late of the countv of Rock Island, atate
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appeal before the ennntv court of Rock Island
county, at the office of the cWrk of aaid court, in
the city cf Rock Island, sttbe December term on
the First Monday in December next, at which time
all person havine claim arsinst said estate are
notified and requested to attend for Ihe purpose of
hsvinK tbe same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to tne nndersicnrd.
Date this xd dav of Ortolier. A. D.. 1SS.
JLUVS MOSENF ELDfcK. Executor,
is be-ehv fiven that at a special r eet
iuf of the sto klroiurr of the black llsak Home
stead Bulldinp. Loan and Savinc Association, held
at the offlce ot the secretary i u Tuesday evening,
lartoher 15th. l-ti. pnrsnsnt to call, there being
present in ersoii and hy proxv more than two
thirds of the stockholders of said Assoclstion.
rvprrartiMiuz over two-thinls of all the stock is
sued by said Association, s resolution was passed
increasing the- authorized capital stock of said
Aasoclnion loTen Mill on Dollars, a certitlcaUi
of which has heen tied with the Pecreiary of
Mate at SpritiKfield. III., and a like certificate with
the recorder u( deeds nf Rock Island con- tv. llu-uol-.
J. M. MONTGOMERY.
1'. J. VrniLL. Jr , Sec'y. Pres't
Eatate of Peter Hay, Deceased.
The undersigned, having beeu apKiiuted Ex
eeuior of tlie last win and testament of Peter
Hay. late ol the enmity of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will sptK-ar before the county court ofRock Isl
and conuty, at the office of the clerk of raid
court, in the city nf Hock Island, at the De
cember term, on the First Monday in December
next, at which time all persons bating claims
acalnst aaid estate are not i fled and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons indebted to ssid estate sre re-
2 nested to make immediate payment to the un
ursumed. Dated this 11th day of October A. D.. 1H.
lih d w w 11,1,1AM HAV, Executor.
A. D, HUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England
WescUeBter Fire Ins. Co.. of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co. Roch'r N.Y
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111.
Cilitens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Exchange Fire Ins. Co., of Mew York.
Office No. 1808 Second Ave.,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Floor & Table Oil Cloth
Oil Cloth Stove Patterns
Our all wool extra supers
sre the beat ever offered for sa't In th city.
ss-srr a. m an . -
DAVENPORT, - - IOWA.
IN MANY ARTICLES OP
CHANGE WITH THE SEASONS
FURNITURE AND CARPETS,
trade than at
STOVES AND RANORs
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal.
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coal.
The latest design of the long series of ALADDIN 8tOTes. This is beautiful in
a ornamentation, novel in man f it. f.iM.:. k , " "o
sure and examine thi. m mA i ' T..
buy no other. 6 t'",ul" ,ur "1,r mxls 11 ou I
I hare of course a supply of the celebrated ROUND OAKS. This has been
SO popular that It IS beW r-nnWI .. f. a ... .. . . n
. , . . ,
don t be decetved-buy the Round Oak-made
affent for thnn rrnnHa as ll .l J
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third avenue and Twentieth St, Rock Island
1605 Second Avenue.
This week 25 dozen Ladies' Foster Hook fine Kid Glove
Only 85 Cents.
Gent's driving gloves, fine dress and street gloves.
Ladies' Gloves fitted.
Sign of tbe Red Glove, west of Market Square.
of the three
Cheap! Cheap! Cheap!
Overcoats for 5(1c on the dollar.
Suits worth f 30.00 for fiO 00.
Children's SuiU worth S4 for $1.88
That is the style our so called prorrefslTe. average C'o'hier adrertlsra In the laat quarter of
the enlightened Nineteenth eentury. Though lhe oldest Ciutbin tou in thia part of Uc
country we were always resdy lu keep abreast or too nmrm We intioduced the principles nt
'One Hrice only and ihai iba lowest. " 'a mtrodaced the principle of -Ejery Article War
rsnio't ' w mirodncri iba principle of -1 rulhful Krprrsentations," and will not rtst uu
jii .ii win follow the principle of "H.mest Adtertlslng. We aliaays lesd-the otaers oi.v
The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's FnrnisLt-r,
115 and 117 West Second St., DAVENPORT. IA.
OlSTlY 2.00 J DOZEN.
Photos on a Toboggan Slide.
-AT THE VIENNA PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO,-
and hare some of the latest
HAKELIER, Proprietor and Artist.
No. 1722, Second ave., Gayford'a old studio, over McCabe's.
A. J. SMITH 6c SON,
FULL LINE OF
Mantles. Tiles and Grates,
. Now readj for your lupactioo. Call and see our assortment and
compare our prices before bujlng.
A. J. SUITH & SON,
125 and 127 West Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVr"
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
" 'TZZ" .T."u. " " K"."". b.
luli Ma c ut uoecrupuious nanies, but
by P. D. Beck with. I am the so
..ii . 5
" uiucr uesiraoie gooos, tiaraware, etc.
novelties of th I
COMPLETE IN ALL
For Catalogues Address
J. C. DUNCAN.