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THE DAILY ARGUS
Tbtrsdat. O. roiiicR 24. 1889.
The Si. Pl f''"v- wuictt nM made
careful canvs of the politic! situation
to low, concluilf ht "unlets the re.
voltlng faction Cl,n be wnlDne ack Into
lino which ilucsen't seem to be probable
the dcmocrits have """ count oa
In Iowetbsn in Ohio "
Tub. Sioui Ciiy f"'0 Plw U to be
raffled off. Tbe nmnsicvment doee not
believe. io the J-unuil says, that 1.000
ticket! ran be sold In that city, and to an
agent will be nt to surrounding towm
to dispose of ennusb tlckeu to swell the
receipts from the raffle o 91.000.
Tn Australian ballot system, wblcb
waa In operation in Montana at the re
eent election, to have given uni
versal satisfaction. All the newspapers
of the new state, regardless of politics,
apeak In praise ( the new system, and
say His the beat yet devised to inaure
eotnplets secrecy at the polls, to prevent
soerclwn and retlure fraud to the mini
mum Hon. E. VV. Hurst Introduced a
similar measure in the Illinois state leg
Islsture, but the republican majority
rhok.a it lo Its infancy, having do tine
for a law that would render the "blocks
of Bve" scheme impossible.
ACING WITH A
llifiuwr P.tla Heat anl rnvk
lii Just . nty nciiI.
Gssirife iavs i oiih of the oldest and best
known engineers in iHMiver. Ho commenced
in 170 on the M Denver I'at'iflc ami wu tir
ing Tor K.I 1 i- kin. on oM No. .'SO when the
supine hnniu'lit the first pu.sseiiter Irani to
lnver In liiu. In l7!i he was giien charge
of an etiKine, ami onntiniie.1 in active service
nn thiit line until ns-etifly, whetawwlng to
icknwM. lie was flilirfisl to lor olT; bet the
rompnnv, appreciating his valuulile service,
have him euiployeiJ hi the 1'ninii depot ex
amining triim hand as to their knim IinIo of
(mill rules and duties.
tl"or- hud the ri'ulation of lielug on. of
bo fiuu-st runners in the rond. ami on oim
occasion, when pulling President Adams' oar,
a ssd indicator in In car indicated seventy
mile an hour (or a short distance, but tieorge
think tlio insUsit tiuiu he ever uuule was oil
the alternonu of July 1'J, 117.1, when he. ran a
rare witli a lloixl in Sund Cwk ami beat it
by Just svvruty seconds. Oeurgecuu lull the
tory bent, however.
"It wan during the lima we were having no
many fl'ls and the bruise, over Hand creek
hud bran washed out a few duvs ladore, aul
tti. track ran down over the mini in the bt
toui of the creek, which was alwnvn ilry ez
uwpt when there was a flood.
"We were nn hour lute thtit Hftern.-m and
whn we rvai'hnl Entoti, forty-viht miiea
fruDi Denver, we were Juit tuUinK wuter at
the tank ben D. B. Keeler, who on the
aiceiil nt that pl.e-e then, came ru-hin out to
tU't w itb a in-ruke, which reah
Mitke all fMOiie haMc to iH-nver Wuter
foniliii it.iK-n Hand creek
" The liii-jnine wa signed ty Col. Flher,
the tir'rinteucient, ami 1 knew it meant get
Isliere, nii'l the wnv I Inimiieil the old ma-
ine over the track that afternoon
' ai a iiiili'iii. We hint no alrhrakeii iu thooe
I'uyt, nii'l tiud 4ix st4jm to tiiuke, lint were
ntily nty -four minuter from Knt.ni to Sutid
' Wh-ii we r a hed the bnuk of the creek
it ai nearlv du-k, but 1 could oee th. water
coining only a few rinin aljove, foamini; and
r.rm. a lid wall hix fet lilfh full of tim
ler ami wreckage from the KnieuiK 1'acillc
bruise a f'ov inii.n ntmve, and I thought at
tlr: 1 w-jiiM not chance it, but just as I was
about to blow fur brake I on MR lit l;bt of
I'd. Ki-Ii.t on the other aide, waving bw bat
to tun to come on. no 1 pulled her wide open
and We piiintted clown in the holo and wrijf
led up on the otliersiJe Jut aeveiity neconda
before tin- e-nter ittruc tli. track and wiped
it out of wxnteuc. with a roar.
"1 st 'ptesl aa quic k 1 mold after we got
over awl if you ever iw a deln;htid et of
pavii"i-H thev were there. Yon aee they
liidn t kii"W auvtiiioi; atxut It until e were
Uuku in the creek bottom, wlwu they anw
tl.o wnt. 'i' cotuiiik' Scaredl Well you can
Imt tb"V wre Tney hail tieen uneaxv all
the wav train F.HUta, and had been coaxing
I J I i - u i li was the cunducbir to make
iue Ht , ruiiTiiiiii mi fn.t, but when w. Rwun
down uio ti e cr-k b..rtoin at the rate of
fifty uuii.-i mi liour, thev knew loQiething
wa i. r, Hno linn they caught iRht of that
flood the'.--iw r;;ht away what the mutter
wim TjcV t ofi the bank and acted
foTu.!iil, cli-cern.,; rirf.- and throwing ttieir batu
Ui tle a. i' nnd al.uuit; liauda with me and
nevuiij. 'I el hie r ii, and all that kind of
ttuiiK Oh. w hi 1 a big tune there for a
wnj., afel It Wae dfiTi letore w. i:iuld run
trains acns tlie creeK ajiiin " Ifc nver
Iu Ili'Hi'lV e'ery ol cup.itiou I h.ive notice!
that the cHpahie worker Lue a iii-kiiain for
I to "imtch in the arn.. pror.ioii. and the
ternin ar uet lu reproncli to muke ditmc
tl.ni lfe.'li the and tli. l Worker.
The firt claes luayer, whow criiiiiuin con
tiilui luorv diTittv thun law, i Inriiied an at
torney or i-ounelor, whih tiie ne'er-do-well
i cai.wl a "nhyster " At wa nn Incompetent
afAllor Ik calleil m -ti.roif. ' ..V. llki.,l tl.a. l..r.l
rat tor i -'r-' - " "
ait-e '," tie
i thyl uiti who nvr
eurtja Is a "quack."
"lutnfsT.' ami (lie I
a"bcf.r" To call
the rueap stevedore a
-uirf i, law. priM tighter
a nlor a inii,rtiie is b
iu4Ult him, a to him ir wiivevs the tiupree
ton t but he is rhlMHv . r uuorni't ol hi- duty.
V, hen a captain at u u-.s th epitliet to
wards a IIC'llllsT of hH Clew Ibw lllll.ll tllllllte
Is oiaoV to ci.nie on d-k ami -tumlder a baud
pike, wnicb I- the lel pillll-hllieut that
could Is- Inflicted on un iit ii- l ilird siiuiau.
Tbut these terms a--e r. . -niel Iu court wa
phowii by a tasa tL.it 1 r-. nil wht-ro un angry
witnesa called au attorney a "shvster." 'In.
ImIIsM- broncht action a.Min-t the witne-e and
tuadc him pay Interview in St. Inn tilobe-
A iiumlier of Vt ars ago
prior to the war, I
Isilievu a Uian was ej.s-iite.1 at t'harltsttun.
H C. tor a crime win b he stoutly denied to
tnvend His propertv, amounting to au in
consid.nil.le aiim he ..;t to reiutives. Hi
gtwsl wi-hes it he 1. ft to the jury which tnssl
loin, iu tne foil,, wtn,; aiirttUiUiati. ul codicil:
"Aj 1 am to b huti' beinorrow for th.
luunl-T of , of wiucb crime I am lu
i.iiit. and tlriidy Is lmwng that I was found
guilty bt a rsv k-1 jurv, 1 hereby heueatb to
tids Jur? eternuldiiiiinMiliju, and iu order that
their tame., nmv m known to prsitartty, I
hereio Insi rt them .Then followed the uainaa
of the foreman and eleven others.)
"J orr and desire tti;it uiy executor. here
inafter named t,all deliver my body to the
medical student of Charlastoti, H. C, aud
that thev are requested to hava my bone,
properly i Usined aud my sk.l.ton mounted,
m th.it it will paas down as a proof of th.
iTUwry aud rurruptiou used in tne couvictlou
of an Innocent limn " In awfulues-. of con
ception this curse utmost equal, that pro
nounced by (luitenu, the iisaaaain of President
WarUrld. after the court bud giv.u its verdict
m Iu. case. -John W. Wright In Ht. I.ui.
A Chicago Girl', tbld I ingerl..
At an informal tea, giv.u last week th.
party of ladies diviisd a very common iub
jwt dressand or course ronaidaralil. was
aid. On i,itor told of a conifortabl.
costume which b. knew was worn by a lady
lb Chicago, Who wa.- an eiiert stenographer
and whose biuinew to.,k ber out of doors a
grswt dcaL It eoiisi.sU of a full suit of black
tights, a divided .Llrt aud a dreas, the Utter
not touching the ground by three inebw. In
tin. raiment ah. is perf-tly fre.. looks th.
an,, a any nrdinory well dramsed Wonjail.
and la not conspicuous hi any.euseof th.
word The chwl comfort to b. tak.o wltb
thli rtyle th. fact that the woman la per
ftly fre. Hb. doe. not t.r rainy day or
a muddy rtrt, hwr dresa ..-apm all U at
fh. foot and she doe not appear In th. atti
tude of th. woman who hold, ber drn. up to
on. hand, ber umbr.lla and packagsa In th.
otbOT, and tb.u gets a drabblaal skirt after
ali Induuiapotla Journal.
Hraastssd tb. Meraery.
Th. Waiter I hope, ur, you wont forget
tu retueniber the waiter. Irtitig Guest
lndd I will not .Nay, more: I will give
tb. waiter gixsl causa to rememlier nw
(rValtar bows low.) You will always recall
lu. as the man who got mora work out of you
fur nothing than all the rest of the pwpl. at
this table could get for ia Adieu. (Waiter
straightens up again.) bunfotte lu Brooklyn
Rapids Citt. Oct. 83.
John Voel reports salmon fishing very
John Bachman's boy is reported as on
Jake Sherb took in the three cities on
QusCoi. town assessor, wss In the citj
Mrs. J. P. Beck, of Morris. III., and
family, are visiting in town.
J. R. Bell ia drilling a well on bia
father's farm near Port Byron.
Ament A Nicholson Comedy company
play In Adams ball tonight.
Ida Whiteside Is stopping with ber
grandmother. Mrs. L A. Adams.
Prof. Bradley rides a bicycle nowadays,
having brought bis over from Oeneseo.
Mrs. II. McCarl, of Gilchrist, is bere
Visiting her mother, Mrs. T. D. Temple
Jerry Paddock. James C'ondlin and
Charles Bjorklund have gone to Norris,
Mrs. Annie Miller has packed ber
things preparatory to moving to Mis
Poatmaater Bowker's father and
mother from Guthrie (.'enter, Iowa, are
Mr. Colbert, a brother-in-law of A. J.
Johnson, ia viailing here. He is from
New York state.
Old soldiers living here are In receipt of
a card wishing a mora complete record
of their terms of service.
Tim Carpenter is arranging to build a
new boue this fall. He bss the lumber
contrscted for from Fulton.
Mrs. L7.zle Bland is packing up pre
paratory to moving to Oskaloosa, Iowa,
where ber hushaod is engaged in the
Mm. Kiim Trevor has returned from
Gilchrist where she has been visiting her
brother, who Is weighmaster for the Em
plre Coal company.
Jno. Vogel brought in four squirrels,
one raccoon that would weigh about
twenty-five pounds and a ground bog as
the result of a half days' shooting iu the
The Catholic priest bere. Rev. Father
Thiebs, met with a severe loss last week,
a valuable two-year old mare for which
he bad refused $?7o, falling and dying
almost immediately. Rupturu was the
illl.LMOAI.R. Del. 33.
Dr. Merryman, of Moline, waa here
Pratracted meeting has been in pros
gress at Bethel for the pant week.
Work has commenced on Herman Lip
bardl's house which is to be used for ten
ants. Miss Ma Ssrius returned to her borne
at Brighton, III., after a sojourn of about
The construction train has been work
ing at Lyndon for seveial days, but re
sume work bere tomorrow.
The radical U. B. quarterly meeting,
held at the U. B. church last Saturday
and Sunday, was not very largely ats
Jasper Sells' two brothers of Toledo.
Ohio, are visiting with him. They say
grain is worth double the value there that
it is bere.
The Methodist quarterly meeting at
Hetlieadsy Isst Sunday was largely at
tended. Elder Head wss present and
delivered a very Impressive sermon.
The L. B. church, with Kev. Broad
foot and Elder Wendell, will hold their
regular quarterly meeting at the U. B.
church next Saturday and Sunday. All
are cordially invited.
Well, perhaps we do not write enough
Items to pay for a two cent stamp, as the
Hilladale correspondent to the Erie Inde
ixmlmt avers; neither do we parade the
stieets at night attired in the robes of the
XI' ii neap-liis has an ad cu'ar I tb4 raa.
for tin next iiatioual Kepub I an conven
tion. It is report I at Allwnv, N Y , that th.
Vaiiderbilts will shortly "absorb" th Fitch
Mrs. Km. I.jim arrived ar Chicago
Wln s.biT was w iriuH- wnlcu.no I by her
many friends m tlcit city
It rn iired 74i bsll.it for rhe K publican,
of tb' Twniv third N w Y .i i ssviato: lal
district t -t. le on a c in i I it .
The fl Hirini; tiiIi of tii. L. C. P.H ter com
pany, at VV irioua, Minn, wns burne.1
We.ne1ay morning. Ieew, $l"i.iSl
The eouvHiit ion of railway in id cierk at
New Orleans h-ts r-Mlect-al IV.'srlent Mo
Ke, nod d4ci. upjn IXmviM- as th. next
plaiti of iiu ding.
Bv knowing bow to set an alr-brak.
Judge Tnursloii, of Nebraska, uv. I a train
on in Union P.i.ntlc W.dueilay from
4rlous acld ott.
I. A. Winn tne.1 to shoot Mr. D.fuy at
Antigu, Wis., WwiiMday, but but aim waa
no ioor that instead h mortally woundl
Tho uu C riU, Wdu was paMiug.
It u ref.orted at Washington City that
Chairman I ooley, of th. inlersttata ooas
merc. comiiiiesio'i, wdl probib ly raslgo
within a nion h owinj to bad health.
1'ietro Hsrsn vnko u banged at Potta
ville, l'a. , Wadnesdar, lor murdering th.
wife nt Anthony I'utlaTitcb. a fallow miner.
1 ttir mm, I
rant, an t robbing and
lurnifia ttteir to.
Two (term in rhil.trn, th. .Iil.st 10 year,
old, from eastern Prussia and Inly plaoardad
to Maquoket'i, la., and Ave Hcoicb onildran,
the eld-t l., I, d e l to Cool O.en, Pa., ar
rived by an it saniar at fasti. Uard.n,
Y., WwliiMs-luy, "nil aloiin."
A boy so sum, I tbnt th. pnlii-anian had to
lift bnu up L for tie Judge could m him
waa In a .New York court Wednesday
chargeil witn two burglarlsn. He was B.D
tenoel by the a mated judg. to th. Juv.all.
asylum until of age. Hi. motbar wa. lu
Lieut. C. B K I war Is. L" 8 A., took bis
wife to Europe on a w. I.llng trip. Whil. at
a hotel iu Lou lou Prmc Radzwill, a Pru
lan officer, mole bimcdf conspicuous by
Intoleutly sbtring at Mrs. El wards. Tbe
result was that. th. lieutenant gavs tb.
prince a piece of bis mind, wbicb th. priuo.
A SOUTHERN GOVERNOR'S VIEWS,
What II. Told I he .Negro, at Tb.lr Btal.
f air In urth Carolina.
IUlcioh, N. C., Ol 'Jl (iov.roor
Fowl yesterday o en.d tb. Ei.vauth an
nual Colored Siata fair bur. and .poke to a
larg. audience of n.groe.
He referred to the action of a tonv.ntlon ol
colored (eeiple norib 111 apt olntlug a day of
faatliiK and pr.ier forsoutheru negroes, and
aid his and tor. were as hap y e. any people
on tbe far. of the earth and protectsd In all
tb.tr right.; and be piedved them the wbol.
power 1 1 tbe .tat. to h exerci-ed in their be
half just a. mucli as In lie half of the whits
man. The sentiment of the negro toward tb.
white uiaii.be .aid. In the sonth Is kmdly,
and this is reciprocated. Negro schools and
asylums in Norm Carolina an a. wall carad
for a tho-e of tlie wbltos, I lie negroes who
bave Miught to set a day of fasting and humil
iation will never eujov Die .nine attribute, of
freedom as North Carolina negroes. Tbey
never eveu we th. Inside of a Jury-box.
Tbe governor louche I upon the negro exo
dus, aud .mil neirroes were free to g i where
tbey wished, and wi.uid carry wltb them tbs
lie-t wishes of the white p-opl. to whoa,
women and children they had been to de
Voted during th. late war, but they would In
going bave the stute where th.. war. better
piot.rt-'d and bappirr than anywhere els.
Tbe Kev Mr. 1-eiiX. colored, -e.-rela y of the
fair. Indorse I (oiveru. r lowli's re ma ks,
which were fr.ij' entlv app auded. Kev. Mr.
It said .bat negro s' rich', wer. luor. fully
protected in Norm Ciroliua than auywb.rt
be knew uf. II. heartdv denounced tbe exo
dus, saying that negro agents who wer. urg
ing It acr. paid av mue i per head for web
negro whom they Ui'tuced to emigre!..
"When a crowd ia coming to the hotel
from Iaj. Ang.le aud tb coast, 1 alway.
figure on sixtswu loavsa of bread to every
hundred gueaU," aid a Corouado hotel cook,
ybtrdey, "and when a lot of eutera ezcur
ttouiaU am xpwted, all 1 allow la Un kwvaa
per hundred, aud I find tbat ia plenty. On
Call torn Ian eats aa much aa two sMatarnarm.
A Lo Angeles man usually drinks tweeupa
of coffee, and Han Francisco man thrs;
tbe excursionist does wall If be gets away
with on. Everything alas Is In tb sam
yruporUua."-eum Dtogo iCal.l Union.
Jay Oould's wonderful new yacht will,
It is said, be moat completely and ele
gantly furnished. Among other useful
and indispensable things ordered for It
waa a boi of Dr. Bull's Cough Byrup.
Hocking Valley Miners Strike
THE UNION MUST NOT BE IPNOHED.
Ready to tflop Work In tb. Whole Ills
trie t II th Coaapaay Dosa Not "Com
Down" A Lonomotlv Brotherhood
Onteer V.prlnaaoded Hla Identltv a
CIom Heer.1 Striking Bwilehna.n at
Kvaasvllla. Ind., Probably Wlwa.r.
CoLt'Stat'S, O , Oct '.'4 John McBride,
presiil .nt of the Nalbmal Progressive u don,
and President Chris Kvana, of tile Ohio ui
vhiion of tlie same organisation, arrived in
fie city yesterday morning from the Him k
ing valley, whem a niaas-iweting of tl.
union miuers employed in tbs mimsof the
Columbus and Hoi king Coal and Iron Com
pany was held Tn sslay aft -rnooa The ob
j ct of tl meet.ng was to discus, tlie edvia
tbilitv of ext. eliug the stnkn at the Lmi;
s reU-h mine to all the mine. 0wrated by tb
sbov.-named syn lieat.
The following resolution was unanimously
adopted and presented to th officers of tb
company by th.aUiv. gentlemm yesterday
sd.rnooo: ReanlvHl. That we, tb. members, of the Na
tional ProtTeselve nnlou, working nnder tbe
tmploy ol the Columbus and Hocking Coal
sod Iron company, refuse lo work longer
intil our org:inixatlon is recognized by said
eouipanr. and the check-off for all exe nee
f tbe mine guaranteed tons as befo e May
1st, Ism, It ht-mg understood tbut we do not
l-k the coiiiMny to check off ofanymne a
r min. laborer, unleos by their own ex
In accords n with tbe abov. resolution
over rtOd niin -rs employed by the syndicate
refused to go to work yesterday morning.
Tbe Knights of IsiIhjt miners went back
into tlw mines, however, as usual.
A General Mtrlk. Threatened
President Mcttride stated tbat they would
tiav. the principle, of their orgauizition and
tbe wish of tbe mnj irity recognizl if tbe
strike had to be extended throughout the en
tire district lo accoinolish it. The company
Maims that it is a right between tbe two or
auixi ions, and it will not in anyway in
terfere. Tlie Progreewive uniou protests that
it is not a qu Hon between tlw two miniug
organisations, and claims that its grievance
rest, with the operators, Tbe syndics!, ex
presses a balief tbat th. Kiiigbbt of Labor
miners will produce all the coal thev want,
and therefor, are apparently indifferent as
to the action of tbe Progressive union min
ers. Tbe opinion of tb. officers of the union
is quit, to th. contrary, however, and Presi
dent McBride asserts that with tbj full force
the syndicate would flnd it difficult to supply
its demands at this season of tbe year.
WHO WAS REPRIMANDED!
1h. Anwer Lochasl t'p la th. I.oronaotlv
Denveh, Colo., Oct. KC Th. locomotive
su.-iiieers yesterday concluded their investi
gation of tbe obargea against one of tb.
grand ofU.rs. It la understood tbat tbe
lodge adopted resolutions reprimanding him,
but who be is remains a dead secret,
though It is officially denied tbat
Chief Arthur is tbe man. Tbe Chi
cago candidate for grand chief was
withdrawn yesterday, and th only candi
date now lu tbe field are P. M. Arthur, O.
W. Vronman, of North Platt.NeU.and H. W.
Yrdder, of Sedalia, Ma Predictions are
being made that Vroouian will b elected.
KeMlutlon. AetsMl Vpoa.
A reaolutioo providing for tb. location of
tbe permanent headquarter, of tbe brother
hood at Chicago was defeated. Cleveland
will protNibly be solvate.!.
A resolution Introduced favoring the lo
cation of tbe world's fair In Chicago was
Th. Switchmen Winning at EvaDsTlll.
EvaNSViLLC, Ind., Oct. 34 The strike of
tbe yard switchmen on tbe Louisville and
Nashville railroad still continue, at this
point, but it Is thought tbe company will
bsve to yield, as yesterday afternoon a com
mittee of switchmen of th Mackey system
waited on Mr. Mackey and mad. the same
demand that the LouiavUl and Nashville
employes did, aud b at one granted their
request. Th strikers will prolsibly make
another formal demand soon, atiticijiating
tbat tb. action of President Mickey will
bav tb. desired effect iu bringing th com
pany to tune. AH sorts of deviosn are e al
loyed to ship freight Yesttrday a marble
dealer bought several trunks, placed In them
small touibatoo. tbat had to I sbippdat
once, and sent them to tbeir destination as
Fowd.rlv Dssmm a Master Work rasa.
Philadelphia, Oct 24 The tr uble be
twsau tbe mam bws of Ihstrict Assembly 149,
grn glass Llowars, Knights of Labor, and
their employers. Is learned to bav. been due
to dereliction of duty on tbe part of Master
Workman Coffea The manufao nrers com
plained that Coffee stood between them and
the workmen in a settlement of grievances.
Th x entire council Investigated the com
plaint, aud yesterday Coffee was depsfc-d
.nd suspended by drand Master Workman
Tb Mtrlk at Ardmore, Mo., m Pallor.
MaOosj, Mo, Ot St.-i-Tb strik of 7UU
eoal miners at the Kansaa and Texas ci.m-
pany'a mines at Ardmors, this county, has
been adjusted. Tbe miners were raosivine
SO osnta par ton, but demand.. I ft) cents.
key want back to work yesterday at th
- 1 s,wlr wen , i ..y. -
orlly rvfu d wermtseion to re-eutor tbe
mine, on ac ccnunt of baviug inaugurated
Porg.r Colloau. Trial.
MiKneaPolih, Muni., Oct. 24 Tii. trial
of Colloui for allge.l lorgerie of Ma is. lull's
nam to ov.r worth of pfestr ts'gao
yesterday. Mr. blaisdell was tbe pnucll
witness examined. Uv aal I b. ooul 1 separ
ate tb. forg.rios from tu. gauuin. nots, aud
r.m.mherd distinctly every transaction.
Penmanship axp.ru will have a great deal
to do with tlie case. It m a noteworthy faot
that tb prosecuting attorn.r was form.rly
a fellow studM.t and friend of the accuisd.
Kaved by tho Cow-laieher.
Glksjs FaIXs, N. Y., Oct 24 Yesterday
morning Horao llubb-ll and Daniel Moyni
ban, of Harriseua, while driving bom. from
this plaisj, were struck by a Ii.laware aud
Hudson train. Hubbell waa can lit on tbe
pilot of tlie engine and carried a quarter of
a mil Moynihan is fttaliy injured, but
llubbell wdl raoov.r.
A Tribal t. "lumt" Cos.
CBABLESTOX, tl C.,Oi-t U The letter
carriers of Charleston, lu response to a sug
gestion from tbe letter-carri-r of New
Turk, yesterday contributed 12 mob to a
fund fur a moiiii'iieut to tbe late Hun. 8.
GOT AWAY WITH TWO THOUSAND.
A Well Kxeeatad Bank Robbery, In Which
a Woman Aasi.ls.
Ntw ask, N. J., Oct 24 -While Cashier
0rge C. Werner, of the German Havings
bank, was counting bis cash yesterday, two
men entered the bank and told him tbat a
lady, who a as seated in a carriage outside,
wanted to speak to him. Werner went out,
followed by one of tbe men. The woman
engage! nim lu conversation about a pro
posal deposit of som. trust fund. At tbe
conclusion of tbe parley Werner returned to
tbe bank, meeting on tl way tb second of
tli two men. On resc ling bis desk Werner
found tbat J,mn iii hills had disappeared.
A package of to, (WO had bean overlooked.
Tbe two men and tbe woman had driven off
and escaped before tbe loss waa discovered.
Played th Baby Act and Loet
Bobto. Oct. 24. Th. suit of Henry'Heeb,
proprietor of tbe Savage club, agaiuet Dr.
William Thornton, to recover tbe sura of
115,000 won by Thornton at roulette last
winter, was concluded yesterday. Tbe jury
returned a verdict for Thornton, holding
tbat Reeb could not recover. Rb bad
played at tbe game frequently, and had at
one time been a heavy winner. When b
becaun a loser, however, b. sued to racovar
M.rebaadlo. K spore. Md import.
"Wasbihotom Citt, Oct 84. Merohan
dia ax ports from tu. United Suttee daring
Heptember swat aggregated In value aK.
074.S71, against .M,BiW,W4 In B.ptesnbsr,
1SS8, Imports for tb past month were val
ued nt ')3.6l'j,740, against 154,103,818 In
A Fifty Thoassud Dollar Flrsy.
Cavevnatrt, O., Oat Si The Columbus
Bolt werks were pertkslly burtted last night,
tssss, t-'w.OOO; fully coVsred by insuranos.
THE TJOCK ISLAND
UNR EADY EPISCOPAL DEPUTIES.
Th.y laad Important Qaastions on to th
Nest O.o.ral VoaT.atloa.
New Vorc, Oct X4. Ths house of depu
ties of tbe Episcopal convention was given
another opportunity to spesk out on tbe
eolor qntion yesterday, but declined to
m brace it A conference oommile recom
mended that the house adopt the Mfeaolution
defining be attitude of the episcopate on tb
subject which tbe bishops have already
passed but the deputies ref used. Tbe house
waa notiiied that tbe bishops had aga in re
fused to -on our in tbe adoption of th Short
office for Sunday ecoasiona Tbe resolution
to name be cfaurck tbe "American'' instead
of "Profastaot Episcopal' was finally sent
over to next convention.
The Question of Marriage.
Upon tbe marriage and divorce question a
canon wi s adopted declaring tbat: "If any
persons te joined together otherwise than as
Ood's w ard doth allow, tbeir marriage ia
not lawful, and such msrriaire is hereby
prohibit l" The house refused to go
further tban this and state definitely the de
g ree of toasanguinity coming under prohi
bition, to declare against clandestine
marriages. To cap the climax tb bouse
then relegated the whole subject to the next
House of RUhops.
Tba ho is of bishop completed tbe revision
of the lit irgv, refused consent to the divis
ion of M chian and adopted a canon creat
ing an ot ler of deaconnenea. R-v. Anson R
Graven, of Minneapolis, has been elected
missionary bishop of Platte, or Wait Ne
braska. TH I TURNER-HOWARD FEUD.
A Fight Take. Itaee In Which Blood IS
Spilled War New. Expected.
Loi'tnMLLE, Ky., Oct. 24 A special to
The Evei log Poet from Pineville, Ky., savs:
The tro ible which has been brewing in Har
lan county for some time pvit between the
Turner and Howard f n tions has broken out
in earnes . and a bloo ly war is in pnre-s.
J eso Howard and Joe blnlr arrived here
yesterday mornin from Harlan Court House,
bringing particulars of n liht which occurred
there Tuisday. Wile liowurd bud gathered
attont him twenty-tive men. and hud openly
defl'd the authorities. He threHtened de
struction to th eul . re Turner faction, and,
with his men. wasentrcii h d in nn impro
vised fort on I'Kr Kork, neitr Harlan Ciourt
Wlls Howard's liang AltaekMl.
Judge 1 ewls with forty men mo-tly Turner
sympathiMirs. eesiyed to rapture the gang,
and eiir-otindtug the rendezvous quietly
waited for Howard and bis men t make tbeir
appearan . Aa soon as the latter sallied
forth tbey were tired upon and a bloodr battle
followed. The Howard party suffered from
tbe firet volley, one man tH'.in killed and six
of the pa -ty badly wounded. Wils Howard
had a bal from a jn he-ter to plow a fur
row aroui:d bis neck, liis b-other. John How
ard, recei ed tbe contents of gun and will die.
Two of Ji dge Lewis' men were wounded. Both
eidindrcv away, and Jndge lwis has bis
men fort He 1 in tbe courthouse. Wils How
ard is gat icring more men and threatening to
make au sttack on the toe u.
THE CAPITAL WAKES UP.
Washing on City Bestirring Itself
World's Fair Matter.
Washimotox Cut, Oct 84. Tbe Wash
ingtonians who banker for the war Id's fair
took action yesterday that may well give
tbe other aspirant, causa for bustling. Tbe
"board of promotion" met with 100 delesratea
present mong them tbe governors of Flor
ida and tela ware, the mayors of a number
of cities and representatives from Boston,
Reading, Pituburg, Savannah, Louisville,
and other cities. President Little, of tbe
Philadelphia hoard of trade, tn th chair.
As soon as tbe meeting was orgsoizyl a visit
wa paid to President Harrison, and each
member i i trod need to him. Cpuq reassem
bling a memorial to congress was
adopted setting forth the advantages
claimed f ir this city as the locatioa of tbe
fair and urging tbat the dignity of tbe na
tion be not entrusted to any corporation.
but tbat congress take entire charge of tbe
enterpruw and meet all the expenses from
tbe natiot ai treasury. Measures were taken
for tb. fo-rnatiou of local boards of promo
tion in encb state, and the meeting closed
with a bimquet last night at Willard'a, at
which many speeches were msde advocating
tbe capital's claim, one being from Perry &
Heath, who declared tbat Dakota would be
for Washington City
WHET GROWERS IN COUNCIL.
Important ath.rlng at Ht. tool, ol Mis
slssippl Talley Farmers.
St. Lot is. Ma, Oct 24. Tbe convention
of tbe wbtat growers of tbe Mississippi val
ley was osned at 'i o'clock yesterday in Cen
tral Tumi r ball. This assediblag. is the re
sult of a c til Issued by the Farmer's Federa
tion of tbt Mississippi Valley a corporation
organixed to sustain and build up tbe home
marketa, Tbe objects of the convention are
to devise tseans of obtaining better prioea to
tbe wheat growers for tbeir product An
effort will likely be made to establish a
uniform p-ice at which wheat Is to b. sold.
Mot a Wheat Trust. How.v.r.
The f ar ner3 duclaim any intention of
farming a trust, but say tbey simply desire
to remedy .listing oonditions, which foros
them to al nost give tbeir wheat away. Tbe
convention organixed with Norman J. Cole
man as pr.eident, Walter N. Allen as vice
preaideut, aud Z O. Wilson, of Mluuosota,
as secretary. Two hundred delegates bave
presented credentials. A number of heavy
Commission men from Cbicago and Kansas
City are present
la Bad Aanltary Condition.
lstDiAXAPOLis, Oot 24 The state board
of health tas received reports from nearly
all tba teat ber in the state regarding sani
tation SMI tlti!SMM to ,toi luMMSS Io
most casus window voattlasioo la all tbat M
providwt and tbe heating Is arranged so
tbat the cl udrvu in one part of a room suf
fer from b "at while in another they shiver
with cold. Outhouses and well, ar con
stantly fot nd in alarmiug proximity to each
other, and both are used for years without
Th. Psn-Am.rleaus at Milwaukee.
MlLWAlKEE, Out 24 The South Ameri
cana arnv iJ bar yesterday morning and
were rcrrd with a cannon salute and by a
cheering n ultitaJe. Taking carriages tbey
drove tiin ugb the principal streets and in
spected ths big breweries. An elegant
lunch was served at Bcblits' hotel and sup
per at tbe nankinton. At night a recep
tion In the r honor was given by ex-Ssnator
and Mrs. Jjhn MitnhelL At midnight the
visitors left for Minneapolis.
May jr Oraut Issaas aa App.nL
New Y jhk, Oot M Mayor Oraut bas
Issued an appeal to the oitisaus of New York
for subscriptions to the world's fair fund.
He declares that every day's delay endan
gers tbestcoess of tbe project, aud points
out la. ad vantagea to accrue t j tbs city
from tbe exposition.
Tbe Polish Church right.
W iLKEatARRE. Pa., Ott 24 At Plym
outh yeater Jay Martin Wilkes, who led the
rioters in Tuesday's Polish chutcb fls'ht, was
fined 128, and three of his companions $10
sacb for aeuiultiug offlcjrs. Wilk
afterward rearrested aud held in tl.OuO bail
on a charge of assault with inteut to kill tbe
obief of pilice. Tbe high sheriff of tbe
county will go to Plymouth to-day with a
picked pos to take poewwion of tbeoburcb.
Hellord, Clarke Co.
New YotK. Oct 24. The settlement of
Belford, Clurke & Co., publishers, with tlie ir
eastern creoitors, is understood to be on
basis of 25 per cent. The business in Nsw
Tork will be continued by a new corpora.
tion, the Bt Iford comtwnv, organised
terdsv. with cinltal of S.TO ism That.
ern oreditois will bo settled with by a new
corporation tbe t jlforJ-Clarke compauy
Is It Yellow r.s.,t
New To .k. Oct 24 Tb. Hmisb steanieF
Horacle fn m Oreytcwu and Bel.se arrived
bare yesterday aud la detained at quaran
tina foe . I ii nfM,.l i.. It' 1 1 1 ; u
. ...... ...... . . in ,.. ui una,
bound fron Livingston fcr Bremen, died on
board early Wednesday nioruiug, and it is
suspected h s malady was yellow fev.r. Tbe
health authorities will investigate aud in tba
meantime tie body bas been encased in a
metallic cofllu aud quarantined in th ves-
H or, the Oarsman, nick with Typhoid.
New HaVEif, Conn., Oot 27,O.org.
HoonMr, tlu- oarsman, Is sick with typhoid
fever. It is feared that the illness will be
aggravated ay a fall into to water, whiob
oocurrsxl kwt night wbil h. was perform
ing In "Tie. Dark Secret" His physician
bas advised nim not to leave his bed.
Aa Old sj.v-psp.r Publleher U.ad.
8taccsi . N. Y , Oct 24 John O. Tru
alr, for tbir y years publisher of Tbe Syra
cuse Journa , died yesterday, aged U years.
AUG US. THURSDAY. OCTOBER? 24. lS -
Gladstone Makes His Much.
- Mooted Speech.
OVATION TO THE GRAND OLD MAS.
H Disappoint th FolltwIaaM ky Con Be
ing Blras.tr to atitterlag Cteaeralltlee
a to th Llb.ral Poltey Th Tory Oov
ernm.nt Olvan a Taralng Ovr Jf.ws
of tb Esplorar Btaal.y Labor Troahl
la Germany Dlsaetrssa Flood al St.
Lo.idon, Oct 84 The meeting of the Lib
eral .leu tors of Southport yesterday after
noon, who gathered to listen to Gladstone's
great speech, proved the most enthusiastie
and successful political event held In Eng
land for a long time. O lads ton. was at hat
beet, and for aa hour and ten minutes be
spoke to his auditors with all bia old-tim
vim and eloquence. Tbe ball was beauti
fully decorated, and amid the profusion ot
flags and banners tastefully draped from ths
walls and pillars ware scattered innumerable
placards bearing pithy and striking patriotic
mottoes and party war ens. Upon the
large flag behind the speaker's desk were
blaxoned in letters of heroic proportions tbe
words, "Gladstone lives," while on tbe oppo
site side of the hall a bug banner bore tn
inscription, MWs win with th flowing tide."
Th Grand Old Man's Koeeptloaw
The ball in wbtch Gladstone made but
spe cb was crowded to suffocation fully two
hours before the great Liberal statesman ar
rived. On entering the ball be was greeted
with a storm of cheers aud shouts, in which
every member of tbe large and enthusiastic
audience i lined, and which was prolonged
until the sgran3' old man" bad reaobed tb
VsTfor'in and waved his hand as a signal for
quiet. " AfWr feelingly thanking bis audi
ence for tiie warm welcome accorded him,
Glidstotis at once pluuged into th busi
ness in hand by presenting te his hearers aa
exhaustive review of tbe work for the past
twenty-one years of ths great Liberal party,
whose candidate hs bad corns there to sup
port Tbe Quest loa of Irslaod.
This speech had been looked forward to by
both Tories and Liberals as a "key note. " It
was expected that Gladstone would an
nounce th exact position of th Liberal
party oa all questions now twfor tb po
Dle. or at least give an outline of tbe Liberal
progratnin. This expectation was not just-
When the Irish qnestion was reached Glad
stone argued that the principles for which the
doc u men in their re ent strike contends 1
were precisely tbe same aa those for wbieh the
Irish tradesmen and tenantry sought recogni
tion at the hands of a B ltish parliament It
was absurd to give our sympathies
to the one and deny them to ths
other, for tbe two must staud or fall together.
But this was precisely what the Tory govern
ment had done. While conceding the justice
of the durkmon's claims to a decent living as
tbe fruits of their labor, tbey crowded the
Irish prisons with tenants who mads the asms
clsim. He believed that aa appeal to the peo
ple, if it could b tnad. to-morrow, would re
sult in a verdict overwhelmingly In favor of
the Liberal policy of justice to Ireland.
Coorlo a Failer.
The policy of coercion, he insisted, had
proved a miserable failures and If any proof
were needed of the fact it would only be neces
sary to point out that after all these years of
coercion v. tth which it was proposed to pacify
Ireland, tbe Tory government found It neo
nary less than a fortnight ago to proclaim new
dletricta in Ireland. Tbe crime rate to-day
was the same as It was in loot, when the To
ries declared that coercion waa no longer
necessary, and yet that policy remained the
corner-stone of tbe government's programme.
Mo Polloy SMBossesS.
In concluding h. s ated that it was Impossl
ble at this time to map out the Liberal policy
of tbe future within the outline already
well known to the elector. When the proper
time arrived the Liberal party would be
found re p red to formulate their proposals
wltb a due regard fur the neo-stty of atten
tion to details. At this time It waa only neo-
ee-ary to pressnt to tbe elector for tbeir ap
proval or rejection tbe living principle for
wbicb the Liberal party contended,
A Flood at Sis. P.tarsbnrg.
London, Oct 44. N.ws comae from St
Petersburg that a sudden rise in the waters
of tbe river N.va there bas flooded tbe whole
lower part of the city, and a larg number
of streets are under water from on and to
tb other. No lives are reportei lost, but in
many instances women and children being
iu bouaee near tbe river bank wer only
saved from drowning by rescuers who went
out to th.m in boats. At last reports the
river was again falling, but the property
loss Is onorinous.
Torbnleat Gorman Striker.
London, Oct 84. Tbe striking weavers
and worsted workers at Chemnits and Lim
bach are growing more and more violent
every day, and the large force of police and
military already in tba district are InsufB
riant to preserve even tne astnblanoe of or
der. Collisions between the strikers and tn
troops ar of frequent ocourrano. In o
of tbess yesterday tbe eoldiers used their
bayonets frssdy, an1 many of tbe malcon
tent were wounded.
The Prea. on th atalear. flpeoah.
Vienna, Oct r4. Tbe speech of Emparor
WUIiam of Usu-many read by Harr Voa
Bosttichar in tbe relchetag Tuesday is oom
mended by the press of this city without ex
ception; tbeir opinion being that itfurnktbea
f rath evidence of tbe peaceful tendency ot
Germany and her allies. Tne Fremdenblstt
says the additional German armaments
are caused by the military preparations of
ber neighbor, and guarantee to peace of the
Mib.f. m at ai..L
London, Oct its. Th miner, of
bruck.n bav. sent a petition to Emperor
William preying for an imperial commission
to investigate and report upon tbe condition
of the men engaged in the mining industries
of tbe empire Tbey complain that their
treatment at tbe hands of their employer
amounts to absolute shivery.
News of Explorer Stanley.
Berlin, Oct 84 A durpatoh has been rw
oeived from Capt Wiasmann stating that be
is in possession of reliable news from Emin
Bey, Btanloy, Capt Casati and a party of
six Englishmen. They are expected to ar
rive at Mpwapwa al tba end of next month.
A Railway Vp tb. Jaoglraa.
Berne, Oct 84. N. TrautweiUr, oblef
ugineer of tbe Brunig railway, has applied
for a concession for an underground railway
op the Juugfrau mountain. It ia proposed
to reach th summit of tb mountain by
means or a tubular tunnel.
sllx Boys Knrnod to Iteath.
London, Oct. 24 Through tb burning
of a barn at Eisenach, Base Weimar, Tues
day ni;br, six boys, who were asleep iuaide,
were burned to death.
Oon. B F Butler is thinking of writing a
oooK ol polit.osl reminisosuosa.
MAJOR BURKE INDICTED.
The Louisiana Ex-Treasurer's Fraud
What Una of Bis Frlaads Loat.
New Orleans. Oct 24 Th mnl i
yeeterday resumed tbe fraudulent state bond
investigation and brought in thres more
aictineuta, two of them being against
.treasurer K. A. Burke for fora-erv.
forgery is understood to have been commit
ted by Burke in numbering tbe constitution
al bonds that wer negotiated for Burka h.
Maurice Hart The latter, after the fraud
ulent character of tbe bonds waa ascer
tained, refunded the money be had borrowed
un mem, aua ia consequently 970,000 out
pocket on them. Iu obedience to an order
of the court, the manager of tbe Western
Union lelegrapb compauy submitted to ttu
grand jury a number of dispatches sent to
Mai. Burke in London siuee the invastiva.
tion began. It is not believed, however.
mat mey contained any information of
portance to tbe state.
Gsu Algar Visits Chicago.
ibicauo, Oot 84 U.m. Alger, ou-
ananier-in-chief of tbe U. A. R. , arrived
herefrom Beutou Harbor yesterday morn
ins:. Ia tba afternoon la n.l1mI -
meeting of the western department com
man Jars and in th. nr.nin, h twA-mA
a reception by tne G. A. K. at tb First
regiment armory, u. leit at midnight for
Tn President Will Stars tba Maehlaa.
MoirrooatERT, Ala., Ot St The Sou th
en exposition opens in this oity on too 5th
f next month. The management received
HHiar yesterday morning from rrssodant
uarruKHi stating tbat he would start tb
machinery through th. medium of telegraph
vu-wm wa wis. aav.
The defection ot Chief Zlemsan, of tbs
waits House seems to sugar tbs over-
Three Vessels in the Lake
TWENTY-NINE 8ALL0E3 KESOUED.
The Evanstoa. Ilia, Ufa Bavins; wrow
Coven Itself wltfc Glory A Wild Sea
aad a Tfclek Foe; Nearly Prod nee a Fatal
Disaster Opportune Arrival of tke Life
Beat Tfce Splendid Record of the Btn
Chicago. Oct 24. Tuesday night, about
200 vards out in the lake, Just off the bluffs
lying between Win net ka and Wilmette,
twentv-nine persons suddenly round inem-
selve tecs to face to face with what seemed
certain death. They were the crews of the
steambargs David Ballentine, the schooner
Iron too and tbe tug Protection, the three
being driven aground by tbe terrlflo storm
tbat evening. A gale had been blowing mi
the afternoon, and a evening approached it
grew in violeoos until the waves rolled to
an awful height and each billow threatened
to engulf the boats, wbidn were tossed and
tumbled about as though tbey were chips.
Fog aa Black aa Ink.
When night fella dense fog arose and
added to th peril of tbe boats. Tbe inky
blackness all arouad, the screaming of the
wind through tbe rigging and the titanic
blows of the waves as tbey fell upon tbe
struggling vessels filled the seamen with ter
ror. Capt John rreeton, ot vie ironion.
soon fouud that he could not handle his
schooner in the terrible sea, and tbe barge
was c impede I to tske it in tow. Capt
Boweu, with tue tug 1'rot -ction, had been in
the wake of tbe other boa's all the way
down from lt-icme, I ut just before the
crash came be was icqmsdod by Capt
George Da via, of the Ballentine, logo ahead
as a pilot.
Alt Three Ihe Breakers.
Hardly had the tug got ahead of Ihe ves
sels on the land side when it crashed against
tie bottom. Tbe next wave picked it up.
e tried it onward, and threw it with a shiv
ering violence against th rock. As wav
alter wave rolled in tb tug was pounded
against tb ground nntil it promised to go to
pieces at any moment. The tugmeu were
terror stricken and barely saved themselves
from being swept overboard by tbe billows
which now rolled completely over the strick
en tug. Capt Bowen frantically caught tbe
whistle rope and clung to it, sending a shrill
whistle of distress through tbe enveloping
darkness. Tbs sound warned tbe Ballentine
and Iron ton. But too late; a few minutes
later a gigantic wave lifted the barge far up
above tbe foaming breakers, and then threw
her straining at every seam on the bottom.
Tbe Iron ton went ashore a m msnt later.
Llfe-Ssvera to the Reorno.
A farmer living near by on the bluff had
beard tbe whistling of the tug, and, lantern
in hand, bad rushed to the shore. Instantly
realizing tbe situation, he started a mes
senger to apprise the Evantton life-saving
crew of tbe wrecks. Cant Lawgon and his
crew of life-savers at once loaded their boat
on a wagon and hauled it to tbe spot The
lifeboat was at once launched, and after a
bard struggle tbe tug was reached and its
crew taken off. Attention was then turned
to tbe schooner, and two trips were made to
it through the roaring waves before all were
safely landed. Oae woman, tbe cook, was
among tbe first taken from the I ronton. Tbe
captain of the barge at first declined to have
his crew taken ashore, but after a little mora
experience with tbe billows he weakened,
and be and bis crew were taken off.
Aa A w fml soeoo.
Capt Lawson, tbe gallant keeper of tbe
life-saving station, described tba scene as
one of tbe most awful that be had ever wit
nessed. When be and bis brave crew ar
rived with their boat at 8 o'clock Tuesday
night, only one hour after the veeeeLs struck,
tbe whole taos of tlie lake seemed to be a
great wall of unpenetrable blackness. Save
for the few lights twinkling spasmodically
aboard tbe doomed craft and a lantern
swung in the hand of a woman on tbe bluff,
not a thing could be seen. Tlie surf broke
on tbe shore with the sound of thunder, and
occasionally a faint cry from tbe stranded
vessels was borne in by th screeching gale.
Under such difficulties aa these the work of
the life-saver seemed to reach to heroism.
Tbe barge will be a total lose, but the other
two Vessel will be saved.
P.rsoaaol ot th. Life-Saving Crew.
Including tbe twenty-nine men reecued
Tue. lay night, tbe Ev.nston life-saving sta
tion now bas a record of rj lives saved from
storms since its establishment in 176, a
record of which the good people of tCvanston
and the "boyr are justly prt.u L and wbicb
is hardly surpassed by any station along tbe
chain of lakes. Tbe crew is made up of uni
versity studeota, and ronsuts at r resent of
tbe following: G. E. Crosby, F. M. Kmdig,
W. M. Ewing, Jacob Liming, W. L. Wilson,
E. B. Fowler, and Capt Lawson, tbe veteran
keeper of tbe station.
Steamer flamed aod Five Lives List.
Kingston, Out, Oct 24 Tbe passeuger
steamer Quinto was burued uear Deseronto,
Ontario, last night, and Capt Christie, his
mother, his son Cyrus and brother John, to
gether with a lady's maid, name uukuowu,
perished by drowning or iu the flames. Six
others were badly burned.
Another Big Hallway Alliance.
New York Oct 24. The World says that
an alliance bas been formed between tbe
Chicago and Northwestern and tbe Union
Paoiflo railway sy items, and that these roads
will bencef ort b be operated in complete har
mony, and with tb. view of each giving tb.
otbss- oil ah. tromo IS. axrats can socttr. for
point, on either line. It adds that tusNonb
western is controlled by the Vundorbiiu.and
tbat those who ought to know declare tbat
it will not be long twfore a Vunderbilt
through line.extendiug from ocean to ocean,
will also be an accnmpliehed fact
8PRECKLES AND THE SUuAR TRUST.
e Promises to Frodooo Ncarlv Half the
Output or Refined ttu gar.
Philadelphia, Oct 84 CUus Sprerkels
intended to begin work at his b g refinery in
this city yesterday, but owing to tbe bad
weather aud other cuj-s be was prevented
from doing so. Active operations will prob
ably begin next week. Mr. Spreckel is con
fident that he will win in his great figbt
against the sugar trust
-I will produoe 1.0 ),() pounds of sugar a
day at tbe start" eai 1 Mr. Sprockets. "By
February z.omi.ojlipouu-ls a day will be tu rued
out lharedelded to double tbe plant and
when tbe new buildin tsar finished, as they
wlU be before tbe end of next year. I will pro
duoe 4.UUU.OUJ pounds a day. New Orleans
w.ll be ttu next uble Uv. point A refinery
will be but t there wltb a capac tv of l,uuu.Uut)
poun.li a day. and wheu I bava doubled my
plant have 1 will produoe S U si.tui pounda of
sugar a day. Tb trust produces S.UOU.UUJ
frauds a day. so tbat when I get fully started
shall turn out nearly half the entire amount,
and 1 shall sell it, too.
The Market Demoralised.
"Ths sugar markst is now In a demoralized
condition. There waa a drop Tue-day in the
price of refined sugar of If of a cent a pound.
Every drop of I, means a decrease iu the in
come of tbe trust of $ U.0K) a day. I look for
a drop of 1 cent a pound in the price of sugar
tn the next thirty days. This means a de
crease of J,UAI more a day in the income of
Mr. Bpreckels said that tbe big drop in tbe
trust certificates can be accounted for from
the faot that ths trust Is loaded up with a
lot of high-priced sugar, and as the market
is in a bad condition tbe insiders have been
"sliding out of tbeir cartiflcaUM "
Appointed a Spoelal Agon.
Washington Citt, Oct 84. Tbe secre
tary of the interior has appointed C F. Da
vie, of Keokuk, Ia., a special agent of the
department in place of Mr. Pick ler, recently
elected a member of congress from South
Maaufacturera' Ag.nt. Assign.
New York, Oct 84. Meesra. Barbour,
Brooke dt Gardner, manufacturers' agents
and dealers in draperies, at UoS Broadway,
made a general assignment yueterday for
tbe bentnt of their creditors.
The Weather We May Expert
Washinotor Citt, Oct 84. -Th. foUowlai
are tbe weather Indications fur tbe thirty -ix
hours from S p. in. yesterday:- For Wiaoonsln
aad Michigan Fair weather, except light rain
in upper Michigan: warmer; winda becoming
soutaeaaterly. For Iowa Fair weather;
warmer southerly winds. For Indiana and
Illinois Fair tld Friday night; slightly warm
er; easterly winds.
Editor "I think I've seen this joke
about tbe horse with one esr before. "
Paragrapber Very likely, air; this Is tbs
season tor boras chestnuts.
We can all give good advice, but con
sunt vigilance will hardly insure us set
ting s good example half ths time.
If-We are now well into Antnmn with its changeable weather and 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
TELEPIlbvE NO 10!W.
After many Years of Experiment
sffataal sTbTbsTbb ssTsTsffsl ssssnm aafana afv faWe
uuii trvYNnaiiyusScoverea. Auure
KICKING" ON th; ball field.
Vsaplr G.irii.y Charg-rd with "Ksnl" De
cision. Hrnoklyn Wins.
Brocklts, N. Y., Oci. 24 Tber was a
comparatively small rrowd to witneKS the
fourth teams of the L -ni;ut-As.sociatioa
championship series ye-.kr.ly, th. weather
being very chilly. Nw Y.iik thought it
was a very ol.l day, as tbey came out ot the
five-inning game witb only seven runs to
teii for Brooklyn. Nt?w York kica 1 at Um
pire GAfTiiey1 decision declaring Gore out
because be got in ths way of tb liall when
Ewing bit it lo cvntur nVld,
but the derision stood. Another kick
was maJs when G.iffny oriered Ward Lack
to third U-OS.U84 tl.e bad hit O Rourke, who
t-tood ia the roecber's line, w hen it was
flt-lded iu to head Ward off. Ewing saij tbat
rather tban otvy m woul 1 taise bis men oft
the field, and G.ifTney re.-alled the decision.
Then Brooklyn argi;e I for halt an bour in
vain, by wbicb time it was very dark, but
Ibe game went on, the score being a tie, witb
Brooklyn to la and New York reckless.
Ireiident Day ttirea en t refuse to play
un er Giff.iey u.ilwss he reforms bis style of
CFirxio. Oct. -1
Un tbe board of rrade to-day quotations
were as tnilow-: Vh"4jt No. r October,
reiened TSc, clos. 1 it1.; Ileoeuiher. iipenad
7v4c, clo-e 1 'ls'': May, 0M-ned 8..iosed
Kn torn -No. - ticTober. opened nn.l
cloHod ;'sy: liec.'iiilier, ors'ue.l
ekisisi '-iKt ; M.. OiN'Ufcd ai.d r.n-ed S'-'yc.
0ti-V - littolier, and t lol
lN-c-iu:s?r. opened and closed l.s4c;
Mar. Oj-iiel ilW, l.e.l 2 1'om
Ot lober, opened til t. closed 1 '.so. So
vcnihe.1. oion-d 1U closed fc.isH,: Janu
ary, iine I $ A clo-ed ti iHr t.nl Oc
tober, i-peue.l jgt.A t, closed 5HVi7'S
Liv- Mo,-k Koi;owin-t a-ere ths I'nion
mo k y:ir.?s pric;-s: Hoirs - Market opened
shn a. id weak, with prices 1 lower: hchl
grade.. ;.S.,. i; r..in'li isv kin;, W.it
:i!ii; luixml Utti, ji V i&t.l.V heitv 1'.'klntf
and sliippin lots. :i.t.I.V 'ai;le -Market
eteady. mli rior tn fair. WVr. ui.-.li iu to
Uo si. 5-1 tl tt.4.1 ; cbuii-e to extra. $s. (tfco.ni;
oows. i l.-tsj,.: rt'. stocers an 1 t..-.ioi. i 1 su
Kt-I'M. Hieep - Steady: p s lo fslr. 'Ui
a--"! lo extra. ;4. tjv .; atubs. ii XAft
tsanl.-r:! -beep. $vb4.1.
HriKliipe: butler K.ricv Klurn creamery. ?3
&J4c ier lb: tiest dnirr. Ititk'. parkin Mo. k.
Hfijplc- r-u--" Mriciiy freh. ;ti.U par
do. ; ice hous. lrt,,lii I'ouitry Live hens,
7c per lb; riters inrtc-y. S'-j-: ducts. w
sssji-: trecse, fti.ii il.ni pr d.ix. 1'otnt.sM-Ui
2oc per bu on trtck: M potat-iea. $!. QiMt
per bbl. Apples -l too:! to faucy, $l.i4 J
per bbi. CraiiberriesS-.isiLJU par bbL
Xxw Yohk, Oct. 23.
Wheat No. - re I w inter cash. .'ir; do
Ot toUu, C sjc; do No'cDiber. Nr ; Uo De
cern o r, I'nrn No. - mixed t-asli, 3S--c;
do Novi mber. .yhic: do December, so
Oats-Dull; No 2 iuix.1 cash, 2V: do No
venilier. i'.r do tiecemlser. 2."H ; do Jaa
uary. Sl'ie - Kye -Dull. Barley-Dull. Pork
tjuie1: mesw. H'. istl .all for lu -pectd.
lni-iuiel, Noveuiber, .ir; le.-euiber,
Livesnn k t tie -Firiae and Mc e) li.su
tis hit'lier all around, native M-e-s. S'-lst
4.T0 V im tts; ordinary lei a lis. $; y l.sj fs;
native cows and IiuIIh, (1. 5si. She -p and
lambs Ex'r-j'iiely dtill nt a d -rime eqii.il to
.c ) bher-p: $:i.V-;,t,v:ti y) l.n .: laiaba.
S'.tMipH..ti. Uoc-Tr.diuif near.y nominal;
live bops. Jl.ewi.'l.i.
SI00 B.ward S100.
Tbe readers of tbe Daily Arucs will
be pleased to learn tbat there Is at least
one dreaded disease tbat science bas
been able cure in all its stages, and that
ia catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure now known to tbe
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting directly upon
tbe blood and mucus surfaces of tbe sys
tem, thereby destroying tbe foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength, by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work.
Tbe proprietors bave bo much faith in its
curative powers, that they offer one hun
dred dollars for any case that it fails to
cure. Bend for list of testimonials. Ad
dres, F. J. Chrxrt & Co, Toledo, O.
bold by druggists, 75c
Grand Opera House,
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Oot. 27th and 28th.
Ths World Kenowued
Ketn t a s m ei !
Oorseons Bcenerv I
Wonderful Mechsnissl Effertr!
Magniflc.nt and startling
Transformstions. Sr A.e
Prices- (1 00. TSe, 80c and 28c ; Best sale Thurs
day a m. at Uuebinir.r's Art Oall-ry and at tbe
Opera Hoase. Secure seats early and avoid the
ruso at uo eox omce.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Boca Island Codktt, I
Connty Court of Bock Island county, November
i.nn, a I), int..
James at. Manser, Qeorire D. Broomell and Wll
Ham A. Chadwick, partners, Ac,, of Manxer
at o piaintins, vs. w. J. Kmlth. D. W. iarke
and Emanuel thaffenbure, partners, 4r , of
Smith, Clarke st Co., defendanu In aUacb
meut. Public notice Is herehy given to the said W. J.
Smith, D. W. Clarke and fcmanuel 8hsffenburK,
tbat a writ of attachment Issued ont of t he office
of the clerk of the County court of Rock Ialaod
county, dated the gttl dsy ol October. A. D. IBmV
at tbe suit of the said Manser Co.. and svsinst
the estate of tbe sa'd W.J.Smith. 1. W. Clarke
and Kmanuel Slisflenbure for tbe sum of Seven
Hundred dollars aad directed to the sheriff of
Rock Island county, which said writ has been re
Now, therefore, unless too. the said W. J
Smith, D. W. Clarke and Kmanuel Shaffenburg
ahall personally be and appear before the said
wsuiir onn or no isiana county on the drat
day or th. next term thereof, to be holden at
tba court house tn tha cite of Rnrk- i.i.nH
In said county, on the eleventh day of November
a. u. lsev. give special hau and plead se tb. said
plaintiff's action, Judgment will be entered
against you, anu m ravor or tne said atanaer at Co.,
and so much of the property attached as may b.
Sufficient to satisfy the said Judgment aad costa,
will be sold to satisfy tbe same.
RICHARD A. DONALDSON Clerk.
H. C. Cohuxiat, Pl'ffs Attorney.
October Mth, A. D. 18sv. 03w
IN MANY ARTICLES OP
-CHANGE WITH THE SEASONS.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS,
trade than at
and research, a POSITIVE CURE
ALBERT MEDICAL CO. Cleveland, 0.
STOVES AND RANGES
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal.
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coaf.
The latest design of ihe long series of ALADDIN Stoyes. This Is besutiful i
ts ornamentation, novel in many of ita features is bound to be a good seller. B.
'tire and ezsmine this stove and learn it. anmi nnims ti .
buy no other.
I have of course a supply of the celebrated ROUND OAKS. This bss hrm
so popular that it is being copied as far as they da'e oy unscrupulous parties but
don t be deceived-buy the Round Oak msde by P. D. Berkwith. I am the s,V.
agent for above goods as well as other desirable goods, Hardware etc
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
CoT Third avenue and Twentieth St., Rock Island
1605 Second Avenue.
This week 25 dozen Ladiea' Foster Hook fine Kid Glove
Only 85 Cents.
Gent's driving gloves, fine dre3s and street gloves.
Ladies' Gloves fitted.
Sitfn of the Red Gloye. west of Market Squsre.
tan i i
-New and fully equipped. New furnishings throughout. Will compete
with any. Send for circulars.
Tcition: Four months, f5; Six months. 35; Nine months, $50
Addres V. V. FENN. Rock Island, Ills.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
FULL LINE OF
Mantles. Tiles and Grates,
Now ready for jour Inspection. Call and see our assortment and
compare our prices before buying.
A. J. SUITH & SOM.
125 aad 137 West Third Street, Opp. Muontc Tample, DAVENPORT.
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
ADDRESS WITH POSTAGE.
T ZEE IE
V A VI U 1 1 fl L
N. P. F. NELSON,
2119 Fourth Avente,
for the best custom msde
sKTRepairing nt atly done.
COMPLETE IN ALL
For Catalogues Address
J. C. DUNCAN,
inrow oi uen. arutvb.