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THE TOCJK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, lh9.
TIIK DAILY AHGUb
JC-N OTTSR .
Wdsesst NoVS-naB 6 IHH9.
Iowa isu't sur.'i 1 -11.
W05Di.lTlt 1'rr.ideot Harrison feels
very chipper t.xl-iy
Thit have a Waterloo la Inwe. From
lb fact that B i- Urns thrs the result It
The republican tlulu't succoed la buy
lag up lb e J "y o'er. Al It nit
Leon Abbett trot the usual democratic
Thi !n.initrnil"n received a black
eve all elonif th- yesterday, but the
Vlrglnisus aJiuin's'rred toe hardest slap
10 the face to Hrrisn.
Now that Virg-ni bm repudiated Me
bone to the txvnl i.f from 85.000 to 80.
000 majority, " B 'o order for
Prctidoot LIsrru 'ti to find a soft berth
Tice rmc-ii'KNT Momtox, who OWDI
the finest k'in ila-e in Washington, waa
the oir evrnini; elected ao bonumry
memticrof t lie Tt-rre Haute L'quor Deal
ers' ai)ri'l n at a meeting called sm?
cially f 't thst purp e. Whrn the mo
tirni wan prrst'iitfd it n adapted by a
Otienlmntu voti-nrid a rommittee of four,
compomd (f l!iTinn Mewe od Juliu
B'utni'LlM rif. repuhlicao. and P. W.
1. k and lUydt'n, democrat, wa
appnir.ii'.l to notify Mr. Morton of bit
eWtinn. ai.i! ' Li y x'tit him a telegram a
follow: HoliJinif tho fecond highest
potill iu ni'l.m tLi-cift f the American
peoolc. and i'cini by the dispatches tbitt
you htc t nuiji' il in the mmn busineai a
our'i irfs, the Ti rre lUule Liquor Dol
tr' Hi'i inMon draire to inform you that
tbry bHvc honored (i.emselTi-i by elrc'infl
you n iionMrnry nirmher of their aio.
eiatii'ii at a apticiai meeting called for
tl,l pur i e lHt e veninif ." Arnold May
er l.'i lie n a'lil'il to tbe committee and
bad I'k'neil the ui-ptch, but later be bad
rraacd bli nik'ntti.re N-rauke it wat ad
dremitd to Mr Mrfon aa rice presi
dent, a'tcrtint; t)it lii elertion u
caurd by his Vint; in 'he nme burliest
aa thou" prrMit at the uieetini;.
The party of iuor1itT and prohibition
are bo doubt uri-Mly i.liB'sl to know lUat
ttie V'c; prtiMi'Dt 1 iu-h a con Armed
WCuUlir M.r'on should move to IuWa.
I aanerallr 1 rmaaph.
Ytiirdy'a atnte elertloui ahowt a
r; of triuiripht for the democratic par
) Ttey were the first poiitkel pontes'!
of any moment held smco the preslden
tisl election of Ust year, aud tba result
wa awaited with considerable Interest as
au tndiuation of the endorsement or re
buke of republican policy. While Ilew
Tors.. Mf-w Jersey and Virginia are
eouo'ed f - the democrat, they do not
furnish so mu h fol for demo'ratic con
gratulation ss do Ohio and lowa.wLlrb
have undouori.lly elected dafnoerati;
slate tiukets . I' is a Ctttrrint; unction
o lay to tl.e de mnc ralic leHrt to know
that a Ute wblch fVe Gnrneid 80.000
nihjorliy iiina years agii, ba praclii ally
sttsre.l ihe democr'itic fold.
The nio.t stlncitit: n huka to the siduiln
Is'.ratun riirrei in Virsinia. where
("resident risrrison lent Lis hearty eo
wparaui ti to Mahone's r.unc and ear
nestly Lo,jed for bis success. Cook
eoun'y also did her share in gladdening
the democratic heart by electing a ma
jority of the board of county rommle
sloders and the rt-conbr. Altogether It
w a da) of democratic u.o ses and
A liaU I'raeiie RrlmVad
Thu Molitie J'.tp.itrh well says
The tliou-L'l and one warbiQjrs wc
bs gien !) tiojt. on 'train bouncing'
seems to be of no uvhi! It is therefore
time that groan men quit the practice,
and stop si iMng the bud exmnple to the
younger jieople. Only jes'erdsy a string
of youngsters a bl k long stooi watting
for a freyUt that Was coming wist. Their
tats pulled down and roars buttoned up
tbey each 'nm-U if as It came alonff
Again e a littie urcLltn. howere
scarcely tnll enough to rem b the handle
t the box car. un.p up an the er came
alone, and hema unatne to re'irh the step
would pull themselves up by the arms
and then srauib! m top. Parents
should caution ttisir e.UiMren aa to tbe
danger of this practice, l'.'u'r;lnu new
dancers at liotna by the anplication of a
aharp stli k whenevrr tne boy is known to
disobey the first injunction in th,s direc
tion. If vou doL t ttii newsoareis will
be obliged to contiuuu recording track
accidents with altogether loo great frw
ijuency I nti sni't P'rt.
Tiw sn.:l, lam if nn : n Pr-Un. but
Turk, '.in1 n.o xnt.iry 1 1. i-f of a Turcoman
trtiaj, t: i-.ua.ir-..". lus p-.rate nd d'irna
tw L i- n-t f ,-.-.'fiu. hj Turtu.'i. U ith
tha unHirre-ir u' fr --ioji ready to Els
taixl. h m in. t).w -r.a; t"r . i'., jiro iifc-J &
Is eotiten' wit i ti." II hi s vim sj' planiJnreil
proTliK-e tuvstrjj-n of a tiir jwt cou victd
it Biru ii ri.-iu ki'i is p .wr..i x or (rood
or lor s (.;. r. form t l-tia astusJluJ:a
kUl. tli .n. ;; or.l.T m r-T:a. iri:n tnulr
uunis: l ;l!mr' ver a su-irititious pno
pte. lr'k.l uu l :iiii.:- iuft-li' and western
nnLv:,oii l.i. r rr.eu tnelr own
Tn w,: i-j.ivrt o piy.p. ure as apa-fit.-
in ' .,', 'u. pui--.ts Mtu-r ara tnnatt
tl In r,'..;;kuii. At t'mir cnpacltV to
mii i t. n.., t ti. I,, (ji vr th eonoptlun
of '.a-.T 11.:,.-. -1 i; jrr f ir tUsJ- BUlUJppy
wwnf- -i. i, .,. th ilrmm must
tk :i, -in u t '4t n'. not bu ls-1 auray
ly oni4 . ... i ... uo I Ctrtstiuu popula
tions l. ill l Us r , t-.ir;ri on tti qui-lou.
I?u:'"-.:ii. n un-1 v.oh tiive ilcUised anJ ev
fsit) M .u tin-mini', ,,f.. f ersia to an extcut
tnat fnor-i:.rvrr I.i-.,.o numd flu-Is dilH,.-ult
to i ,iir. ;s Toe in. Tf I.i.m. tui; arul sttuiud
T -f toe or,i... .r: i:rini's lit u an
l..'" I iM'ii i n- i .-t tihp(i u to anwsa
urr.,-.s'o .a . il o, r .u',;- bun to bo on rU-
t" in- -j oi ,ir,,i i,uce In hi life
r,-t o " wo tcjnn-s a bviir
'.,." . ai S )r
V. i. -n J. i1. -..r, .t.'U was esipturaj ta
ut ,,r ru. war, a Una Ea-
an n.s-i.r ,f,.,v, bl p,,,.
it ww. pr ui.- to ,.,'n or a Dritih hlxkade
ruuie-r i n I,.- r r )t.-!lon, whiie he
wa.i Leu x in t,WCt.,, ...ttuinaiuu at Ejcu-cn-aivl
a,. J it i. sol I tun- n u-d to practlcw
wirn it ur oJJ tirnx uu ii i,s iiconus quite an
erjssrt Aivr tn rnpturw tna ride was
sent to W'swhinjiou nmi UnalJy foiand Its way
tntn tlm tTdiianeo fu.,.,,,, wher It Was
lat,.l J,T lav,s' r:.lle." aud exhibited
with niatir .ii-r r-dicw of tim nr rshaUioo.
iM Or limie.-a uiiiw uin Was brokso op
some tiai n- j. lu. llu,:lir.a eun w
h Bru m1 urn.-ual.-Sow Vurs dur
Wawl Cai-TIng fnr Tfumn,.
Miss Lnura A. Frr hns followed hor father's
and gratidlatlH-r-s fi 'l.-wion of wooii earring
sinew Wlieu aKwl wbthar site could
rawomiiH-ud the cruft for woman, aba an
swered. "As rejiirds skill, woman may ba
ssMne aa usxurou wood carvers aa men; but
wand carvinj is as much an art as la the
sculptor's, and 'art tor art sake' must be the
ersetJ of tta follower. As a money making
work It is a failure, for the matwiala are
costly and the procesa amw. In modified
form, however, a In designing appropriate
daWeitious for furniture, it la full of posaV
bufU." Ssw York TaWgrani.
Mereer Ceanty lasa W hleh Www tke
Ilenara at the Rreeat Xaitaaal
C'ewralaa: ft reiiwi-A nanqaettstae
Cable, Nov. 9 A grand bsnqnent
was given this evening in honor of Al
fred Uaigh, wbo has just returned from
the national coursing association meet
ing held at Hutchinson and Great Bend,
Kan., with bia famous bound "Nip" and
"Bar Maid" Great cnthusinsm was
bown when tln-se dot were brought in,
and J. B. MrFitrlanc, In behalf of the
sporting men of this place, presented two
beautifully embroidered blanks for the Il
linois chsmpl l. Mr. Union, in res
ponse said, be wished to express sincere
thanks and then be gave a summary of
the racing at Hutchinson. Tbe coursing
grounds consist of 130 acres, part of
wbicb Is devoted to ti,e raising of jack
rabbit tbat are used In tbe races, and is
wholly surrounded by a mesh wire fence,
rabb't tight. Through tbe center of this
is a track one and one half miles long
and seventy-fl7e ysrds widis. This Is
the largest enclose,, I psrk running track
iu thH world. The rabbits ueed at this
meeting were mostly g' oi ones, some of
them bavins' g one through the races at
Louisville and St Louis unharmed, and
were difficult to reach by the best of
dogs. ''Nip" first came against a dv
owned by Mrs Phelps, cilled "Ace of
Spades." "Nip" raced away fairly, leav
ing tbe "Ace" in the luicb; he tcrned bis
hare repeatedly to Ace for a
kill only without merit. Nip won point
less. This ended tbe cour-ir.g for itml
day. The cotir-ing opened with D. C.
Luce's Lsdy In White and U ir M id. The
latter lid from the slips, going like a
black demon, quite taking one's breath
away al tbe pace she wis making. She
turned tbe bare to Lsdy in White", she
holding possession for three points,
"Bar Maid" again taking up
the work, wrenching several times
ag-iin turnine to "Lsdy" for kill, "Br
Mail" winning. Next cime "Nip"
aeainst Mrs. E. A. Row.li'a "Holly. "
"Nip" led to tbe bare and had It all his
own way, kept rolling uo points, rapidly
winning the course. Next "Hur Msid"
won a splendid c mrse against K. Bur
liess' "Spring." then beat J. R.
C'orchrun's "Ariel" In a short course.
"Bar Maid" and D. C. Luce's "Lady
Barton" were next la the slips. "Bar
Maid" won. Amid great excitement
"Bar Maid" and C. I. Luce's "Dick
Darling." the two blacks, were brought
out, and a grand pair they looked. The
race was so close that It w is agreed by
the owners to divide the first and second
prx-s. This ended the cour-ing at
Hutchinson, and from there Mr. llih
took bis dog to Great Bend, where "Br
Maid," after winning the Gr-t conr-e. had
tbe misfortune to fall into a hole and to
disable ber fur the time, e.- Mr. Iliigh
thouuht best not to euur hi r for auy
Mr. Richard Dawson then announoed
supper and all repaired to tbe dtning
room, Where an elegast table was spread
All did ample justice to tbe good things
prepared for tbe ocrasiou Tbe time
went quickly by in jokes aud j.st, toasts
t-strjonliimry Lofitrlt) .
Ti e rw.jr.ls prjVf that tue f..u, wai fr
iu hav;t;uii"diin a.-"axi--,.i:iH; !i." yoara
Tho Ve.-ir dl'iufi Ui toe I..'!: I:u. olurun
1 the y-ir of il'-nu. Wbrn n ,t itherwia
s;s!i.ili U. th subjt was a r.-.di i.t of th
l7-fon t'amar tl
1746 J.Jiu I-i !ur LSI
jtrv Kon LA
l?-Joliu Tsy ' -r 1'
1:7 M iLia-n hm'.ks lea
ITTb John H jwjo ISO
17-l:oi.Tt M-l'.n.le ... ur
...-William til i:n
ITf-tllaa Taylor ia
ITTi l'etr (lard.-i J;il
171 -Liu Mn !u.t 13S
irrw-.V.ra. Kitb l:si
lr F rarx-M An: 1S4
irrr-jobo Bm,,ii 134
1714 Jaoe Hurrtaou 115
I70 t atliarUw ioonao li
im-Jiarirar-t Foxur 1
imt Jnhu rir ix
1771 J. Richardson jst
IT'S K,nwrtm.n IX
17V7-William Snarploy 13s
ITtVs J MjlJoniMiifh 1
lTTtv f airnrotnur ia
177 -Mr tiuin j as
. (.'ounrs-s uf rinsaiood ISO
t??s -Hwarllnz (n rimnkJ 1S
1T7V-Charlie Mci'liilpy 148
17" -John KTlnirham 14
trm fan Wilhauis 14S
iris'-Thonuw Winius 1st!
1773 J C lirienrwrir 16
fiJ-Wllltuin Mmid 14
lf V ruuel Contl 130
l.M4.-Tb,nuui Nro iiuta VJt
JtisJ kuiit-s ikiwoii, i.v
. ll-wry im 13a
lt-Thon.ss Iianime l ie
l'V, Thomas Parr us;
I7vr-Jrapli durruictoa. 1
!; tViii.am KwaMs jfln
lirT'-Renry Ju.:lt,s 1BD
ITH) Inl j. TnjTo 175
l-e .s,l. mwiu Nit-i jii
13-Lucr-tiii St art yj)
'iiliam .laniM iS..nrh ,4ir,..Mia) I.t?
fM Ti.oll.as l.,t-lill. il'aLiii, K"T
J.'arloo brs , Fic.anui 1.71
!- '- IH-khsrt ' lowuj JIT
is'. s nmaiia f'-rvt 'i.'iiii;urin.ii ..
r.'lna tl.lman i ajs.ii a. yr.
l-jt-j).-anr Km fo-ui, Cjroun l it
Xtw s spmarak ((.M-rnuny j fcaj
TtiKi-a-snof Tlioruns farr. H.-nrv J-nklns
an 1 li;:-a Truxo urc tnw lt n-jtiiontknted
of ony lu Ine list, iiot n r.u-r niui-; tnat they
ure g.vun a- tiein union tiie ol.i tt. lu Ni7
J:w Jiiiii-w, a uc.-ro. l.viu- nesr ri;inta Bosa.
Mexico, proT-d to the snlist'iw'ti. n of a nuru
hr of iloctors that he was y-ir oi l t
i titnrsa ritM.tl(ij flarilwus.
iu toe mouth of Apr.l a ba'nl-jo rivft, 10 to
12 (: lon an. I atxjut hulf as brm l, is pre
purnl Tue pi las are iaaund to';nrl,ur with
imr.riow of an Inch U'twwn arnb. Over
tins a layer of straw an Itii-ii thick is spnd,
and tlu a cittuy two ULai .-s t!,,ck of n ihe
ie mud, takou from tbe bnttom of a canaJ
or prjnd, whioh receivss th o't Tlie raft
is moored to tua bnuk In tt.U vraiar. and rw
quirea no further attntion. Tha t:raw soon
trivtw way and tha soil also, tlio roots draw
uig suMjort from tha wafr al jua. In about
twenty days tha rait bacomas o.vcrrf with
thacracpHr (iooniaa rortams , and its stems
and roots ara Kutherod fia- ciklng. In
antumn It stnail ahiu ptai and Tallow
stamen , n-wLuig among toe round isnvsa,
prawant a vary pretty appaio-urica. In some
placea morsliy land la profitably cultivated
la tlii manner.
Ilwiiiea thesa floating Tf-t.tu gard-is
thers are also tlantlug riue flux la Cpunrafta
construe tod a atjv wad and aduerent
mud were piacvd a a flooring, auj when the
rtoa shoots wore ready for transplanting tbey
www placad In tha Uoatins anil, whM h. txwr.g
adlteaire and held in place by wnad roots, tha
pmnta war maintained iu position through
out thraaon. Tnerlr thus an ted rltwned
In from ixry to sxreuty In pluce of uue hnn
dred days. The ruf r are entiled to the shore,
rloatlnz on hikes, i,ls or alulsh straama
Tnsas Coatiug Quills aiirml to urart famine,
wfatl- by drought or fl sxl. Whan other
Raid were subitKrrd and their crops sodden
or rotten, tlinaa fl'Mtl and flouruhcd, and
whan a drought pr-ran-l tli-T sutmiul with
the falling watar and while to ant! around
waaaridadvauoed tomatnrity. Agricultural
traatlsa contain plato riruntiic; rows of
extensive rii-s tlaids moored to sturdy trees
on tha bank of river or lakes whioh vxiatad
formerly in the lam-trine region of tbe
lowwr Yangtsw and Yellow rlvr. Chin
Hew s This!
"VTe pfl'er one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured bv taking Hall's catarrh cure.
F. J. CxtMST & Co .Props.,
We. the undersigned, bsve known F.
J. Cheney for tbe last fifteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
.o carry out any obligation made by their
Wkst 4t Tbcax. Wholesale druggists.
Wiuius. EtxaaS A Mabttw, Wholesale
druirirista, Toledo, O.
E. U. Vax UBx. Cashier. Toledo 5a-
tionrl bank, Toledo, O.
Ilall'a catarrh cure is taken Internally,
aclinp directly upon tbe blood and mucus
surface of tbe system. Price 70 centt
per bottle. Bold by all druggist.
Iowa aj Olio.
The Hawkeye and Buck
eye States Hand in
Both Cnniraonwealths Record Dem
Meet th Fnemy esi Is f orry
for H New York I Lota
Democratic 'j ickut.
Mitsetiastts R-pabllean bv a KnHaead
Majority Mal-ylanit ami New JfttSMV la
as Vsnal, as On IVnn-r' V tnla an. I N-hra-ks
R-fnrn. Kr-p l'i Thnlr Rsipw
tatlnn for Meias; 'ery Sl.-w and Msr
Virginia KrrxMta a Irs IXfflealtlas
C.en. Slihnss ihaisrd with ahuntlns; a
Man Olia lVrli,rt l-i lu,--rs In a 3aa
rat Klt .. Nn.piii.r l.n A:iultil.
Des Motsks, Iowa, Nov. 0 The re
publican state committee concede the
election of Boies by a plurality of about
CircisxaTt Ohio. Nov. 6 The result
on governorship is still in doubt, with
probabilities strongly In favor of Camp
bell. The apparent democratic minority
is being cut down by later returus.
New Yobs, Nov. 6 The democratic
state ticket is successful and the legisla
RicnaiOND. Va.. Nov. 6. The state
has repudiated Maboneisrn by 23.000
majority, tbe democrats electing their en
tire slate ticket and the legislature.
DEMOCRATS CAflRY IOWA.
Much Noralrhlng anil Returns Slow Gat
tins; In Hima l'l(Riia,
Ps Moines, la, Nov. . Rtiuni will be
low in coming in on acvonit of the 1-tte
hour of rinsing tn polls and unusual amount
jf scratching done. Nearly every part of
tha state beard from snows Democratic
lain, which in sotus precincts amouuts to a
Ian Isli.la. Tli eity of Burlnuton Rives
I, Democratic majority, and De Voms
a uiity will raise it to 2,t, a clrar gam of
M) over vote of two year aa
Tha Knll of ItoaBoc-ratle i.alns.
Ti'ttawatomie county reKrts a Democra
le nmj s-ityof 1.S00, jrain of ; t'arroll,
Demncratic rusjoruv uf UKJ, gain o S-H); tha
rVtuourat.c g uu in th town of Chfrnko i
I VI Wco't and Dubuq i cs,uu:!s also show
tarx gains. R turns ar not urnoint to
baa a conclusion, but t i -T io licot the a'ao
5io:t of H.a-son Uoi w (Ll.' ii.) for iovrnor.
Thr-a l,undrd aod aijty-a-vsn ori-oinrts
tivs HuloniMu, li nes. W.Wifl, Smith,
sA.oJU; Momai. l.'tM, Uirvn. -U.614;
B-nnnan, 44,3e0. Nt damocratlc gain,
11. This rata of pain continued will
oiako the stat Democratic by S.OIO.
Drmoerat riaim tha fcrata.
Tn Xemocrata oiaim tha UU by from
7.1AD to 10,)ua Chairman I'ratt, of the Re
publican stata central coin-nltttoi, doa not
iv it np, but will g-vs no Dgure. Th
S ate Register claiai that the la-t 100 pra
n ucts bfhn1 fr-itn br,v anown erCdptional
1 ymo rstio gains, and tbat tba others to
to coins will not knep it up, but tiiat tha
Oa.-k precincts will suow R-jaiMican clo
nouh to wijw out th Democratic gan a
Many Rapubllcan lealers bava giv.-n it up.
lu Indications point very strongly to tli
sl-ctloti of liiiiea.
Lataat A IWawncratla m-ioi-t.
Later raturns show th aleoi.100 o( Uis sii
:lra Democratic siati tickut by majority
prolbly ezoea-liag B uji, t.M-gov-
a. -oar, ftnems slightly ahea i of tha balaaca
U the lickak
C oneadsd bv tha Republicans.
At 1 a ra. tla Republ'Can stata central
oiuniitto- Oonctvlei tba alection or B ties by
from i.lMi u a.OOu plurality. Ac tbe aoov
hoar the Democrat w-r frantic. Bontir-a
were burning, man wore shouting tuem-elvtw
hoarse, and tfaera was no prosiwt of a let-up
A litti aftor midnight tba Rcpublioan
tate com tn 1 tta gave up all hope and threw
up the onga.
"Y don'i claim any majority," said Dr.
C It Hntohlus, tbe state coiumissioner of
"What plurality than f bs was asked.
"Neitbar do we claim a plural.ty. We
bav no special advio aud ar driwndin on
tb press r porta. If they keep up a they
have been coming Boies i alected," and tha
only remaining member of the committee,
all tbe others having gone to bed, wearily
reached out for another telegram which be
giancsd at with tb r-rourc, Tney are get
ling worse and worse."
Republicans Still HopafaU
CetCaoo, Nov. 6 The Tribuu special
from Da Moiues sars tb Rspublioans claim
tb election of Hutcbi i,ju by a small plu
ral.ty. THE RESULT IN OHIO-
A Vary (loss Raoa with Larg Deaao
CoLtrxBCs, O., Nov. 6. The returns ar
coming in slowly. There are 2.40 precinct
in th state. Foraker' majority two year
a; 3 was &i,0OO. Th result ou governor will
he close. Complnte return from Cincinnati
Iivs Foraker tta.ott'J; CaaipoeiL 81,714; Dem
o ratio nia)orlty, tt.u.VjL
Iss Ictilallfs Lstlm-itrs.
Thw latent estimates Kive ttie i-iiut.licans
threw majority In tn IrgiMatur ou joint
C lal ins of tha riialrmen.
Chairman Neal riaim Campheli'i election
by from 6,sX) to 10.U00. Cbairman Coucar
ay la tar returns will show Foraker' lc
t on by a saf majority. Th legulatura Is
I at sight of In ti.a cliee contest over the gov
msrsnip. No claims ar made by t herbal r
eivn In rrgard to It, but It will probai ly be
chaw. With th rxcaptioa of governor It Is
hka.'y that th lU,ub leans has alucted
thoir ntire etate tiCKvt.
lha Terr Lateau
CoLiatars. O., Nov. 6, 2 a. m. Th R
puhiioin stata committa cl.l up its flur
and issued tb following :
"Tbe Republican slnU ex outiv 00 m
mittaa claim the eiaction ot th inulatura
and atala tickut exoept Gov. ForaKar, who
Is In douht If Republican cuuntiea In th
wuro rescrv and In o'ber parts of tb
Itat bold up to rcpoc'.atlotK, Forakar will
pull througb by a vary small plurality.
Flguras teaaa tha Votln- I'laaa.
As to bow tb stat has gen-, at thia boor
ti a. m.) both parti ar cla.ming It. Tb
following ar givon to ahow how the vote
Four hundred and eirty -three voting
place ou si.i L'uieiuuat. Forakar. 63.976;
Campiajll, 0.),tl ; Hsiwic, 3 3 ci;im
pisce In lyiT Fui aksr, W,:SH; Puwel , 18,
StU; Sharp, I U
Bit bundivd an I ni ie votinr piaee out
side Cincinnati Forakar, t ViJ; ( amnbell,
t0M; Hnlwig, 4.TJ9 Birne lu 1SS7 Fora
ker. tsi.Sao; Pr.w.11, 1B.1SJ; Snarp, 4,r.9H.
Mix bundrad and forty -visht votin r plaeas
oulaida of Cincinnati, Forakar 1110,105,
Cartiptsll W.IK4, Helwig 8.059 Sum in
1887, Forakr tri.037, Fjw.11 gd.717, Bharp
B.x bundrad and nln-t wo -vexing plaoe
ou a.il of Cincinnati, Foraker 108,4o4,
Campliell 108,710, Hlwlg 5,941 Rama la
Uf7, Forakr 103,319, Powell B.117, bharp
Seven bundrad and twelva voting places
ontaide of Cincinnati. Forakar 112,024,
Campbell lufl.r.S Halwlg S.uol. Faai In
1H67, Foraker 109,741, PoweU W, .W5, ttbarp
Savwn bundrad anJ thirty on voting
places outside C ncinnstl, Forakar 118.61,
Camphall 111,819. Ilolwig B.neii. Same in
le, Foraker 1 14. 0b8, Pow.U 101,507, Sharp
Bavn hundred and flftv-on votinr nlaoae
OUtald Cincinnati, foraker 119.SJ3, Camp
ball 114.977, Halwlg B.WJSl 8am in V7,
roraaer U7..7. PowU 106.411 Hhaxn
A Bepablieaa Clean Mwean.
rt.mi.iin a tk P n,.v i:
bav mad a clean iwaap of thl (Cuvaboga)
ountr. Forakar ran behind bia tiokat, but
Still (alnad over tha vota of 8T.
EMPIRE STATE BALLOTS.
A ,00 MsJ.trltv Tletory Clalmad by
NfW Yoax. Nov. 0 Tb Bun says edi
torially: "New York state, whioh last year
av Harrison a plurality of nearly 15,000
ever Cleveland, elects thi ymr a Deroooratio
aacretaiy of atat by a majority of about
l!i, 000 aid diminUhe tbe Republican major
ity in tl legialatnre. In Nw York city th
Democratic majority ia larger than it ba
been fr several years. The Prohibition
vote, of which considerable seems to have
bean ex acted la some quarters, waa inslg
tiBcant" Some Scattarln; Ratara.
Tba v rte la not in yet, and it is slow com
mit. Tiat of this great Democratic strong
bold, be wever, is complete, and fo Aa op as
follows Oille-rt, (Rop) for atata secretary,
40.722; io-, (Dcro.) I'J,01; Or fflu, (Pro.)
l.oJ4 vinK cou ity Rica, 69,168; Oilbart,
'8,38. Mayor Chapin is elected mayor of
Tbe It test returns from the state outside
New York and Kings county 1,004 election
district give R.ca. 14)861; Gilbert, 179,
7ft 1. ts me district iu l&s? gave Cook, 145,
0S; On nt, lw,6o7.
Amos i. Cummungs (Dem.) for congress
In the K intb district received 1,618 votes,
aealnst:;4 for John L. Thomas, Prohibition
ist. Tha Nest Lefjlslatara.
From returns reoeive-i up to 2 a. m. it is
ascertained tbat the next legislature will be
compose 1 a follows: Senai 21 Republic
ans, 11 Democrat; assembly 7 Republic
ans, 61 lemocrata.
A Coonty lemnratle Tlctorr.
For ju ige of general seasiona, tbe county
Dcmocn cy nomine, Fitzgerald, at preaent
assistant district attorney, defeated Judge
Hsnry A. Gilr.sl, tbe Tammany noroioe.
by a sinill mi. j Tity. Th oomplexlon of tb
board of alderman will show about the aim
relative Tammany strength shown in tb
vol for th legislature.
Th Result In Muffalo.
BcrTLO, N. Y., Nov. 6. Tbe Democrats
elect Cu u'lo F. Bishop mayor by 3,000 ma
jority. The Republicans re-alact Langhlin
senator I y 2,000 and carry Erie oouutf by
about 2 I X. The Democrats elect Jacob
Stern, si rrogate, and Joseph Beaver, county
Cnv. Hill Ones Home to Vote.
El.ktiRs,N. Y, Nov. ft. Governor Hill
an iveii i 1 this city from Albany at 11:80
Monday evening. E irlv yesterday morning
he was driven to the Tmri Ward poll, where
be voted. lie la t for Ail-any on the veati
bul train at .V55 yester lav m -rning.
A Itegular Oroandsllda.
Rocmsixn, N. Y., Nv. 6 Niagara
cnuuty I aa electod th entire Domocratio
ticket by overwhelming majorities. This la
a Deraoci atic victory in a hitherto Repub
MAHONE "SNOWED UN0ER."
Virginia Ooes Xenioertle bv m Lar!?
EsLTitOEX, Nov. 6. Th Sun's special
from Ricimond, Va, aays: Governor Lee
baa sent ' b following dispatch to ex-President
Cleveland: ''Virginia baa l.urted Ma
li ens by .robsbly 9n,o00 majority."
Ricbucxd, Va., Nov. 6. Richmond gives
Mcfcinne-- and balance of tbe Damooratio
ticket 5,47 j ma j s-ity, twice a large aa aver
given before. Tbe returns from other parts
of the state up to 11 p. m. indicate a Demo--ratic
ma.ority of not leas than '.5,000. Tb
Republio ns concad it by 15,000. Tb esti
mate is thit th Detnocrata will bav a t so
thirds msj -ity in each bous of th legisla
ture. 1 1 Henrico county, whicb heretofore
ba been Republican, Davis, Democrat, 1
ooncdd l-ctd to tb Wgialator by Repub
licans. At Mihsst'i Birth Plaea.
Sonthampton county iMabona's birth place)
glvas 000 iemocratic majority, a Domocratic
gain of 1,1 JO. Forty citiea and towns out of
114, Inciuoing the principal cities, give 13,000
Democrat. J majority. Augusta county give
Dem v-ratic majority, 1.100 more than
for Clev; md. Norfolk county give 1,900
Democrat!; majority, a Democratic gain of
S.&SJ. Petersburg gives 446 Democratic ma
j rity and electa two Democratio members
f the legislature, the first time since read
justment. ALEXaKobia, Va, Nov 6 Tb state
Democratic committa figure MeaTinnay1
aiaj n-ity a: k a. m. at WO.
LESS NTERESTING CONTESTS.
Return. I ora P.onsylv.nl N.w J.rs.y,
and Other States.
BALTraoat, Nov. o. The vote in this
state yeab-rday was very heavy, and r
soltod in victory for tbe straigbt Demo
cratic tick st, beaded by Victor L. Baogb
man for cunptroller. Thi ia a triumph lor
Senator Gn-man, at whose dominance in
party poll ioa the fuiion movmnt wa
directed. Returns received thus far indi
cate that Bangtimari's majority for comp
troller wtl. be 10.00J, of which be rsoeived
r,000 in th s oity. Tbe legislature aa indi
Mted by the return np to 11:80, will be
largely Democratic. Davidson, Democrat,
for mavor of Baltimore, is elected by proba
bly fc.SOo jluralitr. Cleveland' plurality
in lfSl wa 5,04Sl
Meaere Retaras Iron Nebraska.
LmcoLW, Neb., Nov. ft. Last night at 11
V-lock Cbairman Richards, of tbe atate
Santral con.mittee, said returns wre very
sieagre, but it was safe to say tbat Norval,
rp ) for tapreme Judge, was elected by
17,000 majority, and Morrill and Knight
(rrw ) for i-g.s r-trs of tb state univers ty
by Jo.nOJ innj rity. Ls ws, (rep.) for oon
gress in the second district, ls ,ecu-d by
7 "0) c ajor ty.
K Jerey soas lamocratic
Trentok, N J., Nov. 6. Returns come
In slowly. Snoujb in, however, to make it
Curtain tbat Abbett is elected by an over
whelming reijority and that tha Dsmocrata
hav retainel control of tbe auenvVy. Th
latent ret urc s indicate tbat tb teWCs will
stand 11 R-i-ublioins to 10 Damourata, and
tlieassemblv 38 Dsmoora ta to K7 Rspublloan.
Newark Olr Abbett a, TOO. and the
oonnty, usui.lly Republican, foee 810 Demo
cratic. Th Pennsylvania Returns.
Pbilahxi phia, Nov. 6. Returns from
twenty-eev 1 ci uutiea. Including Philadel
phia, show net Republican ftain of kS.000
over 1S67, when th Republican plurality
for state treasurer was 45,843. Boyer's plu
rality w.ll cortainly exceed 60,0 JO. Phila
delphia conn y, with two wards lacking, gives
Boyer 37,70.) majority.
La TIE oyer's plurality, taken from es
timates ti uu. every county iu tbe state, is
The Election la Cook Count j. Ills.
Chicago. Nov. rt Toe election In this
(Cook) oount.r yesterday resulted in a viotory
for the D-ui :raU. Crawford, (Dim.) for
recorder. Is e ecu. I over Stephens (R.-p.) by a
large majority. Toe Democra' lot Uo of
the county c jiomisioners an! the Republi
Later. I ark Crawford is defeated and
Su-pht-ns, Republican, elected by 1,040.
tVTomlt- Adapts a i oostttutlaa.
. Cbitemic. Wyo., Nov. 8 Return from
towns along be railroad indicate that tbe
constitution l,as received a larg-e majority
of lb votes cut. Snow and bad roai de
lay country r si urns, but tbr is no reason to
doubt that tb constitution baa been
IN THE OLD BAY STATE.
The Anstrallsn Orstem a Sneee Break
art Elected bersrasr.
B06TO, N v. 0 Yesterday' experience
aemed to pr v beyond doubt tb success
of th Austrtlian system of voting, and tes
timony from all sections of the state is al
most unanimous In iu praise. In thia city
tbe voting places protd a remarkably
auiet appenraice, and tbe scenes there ware
in many catea In marked contrast to tboas
usually witaw.asd. Voting proceeded witb
du.jwU.-h, and voters enjoyed a freedom from
th luiportnn.ties of ballot distributor tbat
they have never known before.
The ISeenlt Rather Cine.
Batumi conn in very alowly, but up to S
a. ta Bracket Is nndonbtadly lotd gover
nor, bis plurality bln$ variously estimated
atfroma.OOJ to 7,n0l. Tue legislative re
sults cannot b- ascertained at this writing.
The complete rote of thia city for governor
ia: P.uasell, (!) -m ) L'8,0s, Brackett, (Rep)
W,92i; Bia'-kntr, (Pro.) 1,315 Russoil'
plurality, 5.0S -t.
GEN. MAHONE ARRESTED.
Cha rgad Wi h Shootlnx a Man Many
IHiflenlUee la VIrctnla.
rsTXRSBrm , Va., Nov. a Gen. Mahooe
waaarnated Net night charged witb shoot
ing Herbert I . Barrnran, wbo, witb nnm
bar of compen.ons, was shooting off fireworks
in front of Moons' residence. Gn. Ma
bone denies ba ring flrsi the shot, or tbat
any on on hi premias fired it. Harriaon
ia wounded in th fl ,shy part of tb thigh,
tbe ball going mtirely through the leg, but
not inflicting a serious wound.
X bearing at tbe station bouse resulted in
Gan, Unbone telng field (or tbe action of
Ibe crand Ju-y, and bound over to tbe
D ceinber term of tba Bastings o urt in
2 S baiL
Killed hjr a Had Marksman.
PoRTfOtocTH, Va., Nov. . At Glebe pre
cinc , in N.irfolk county, about three-quarters
of a mile outside of tin corporate limit
of Portsmouth, a difficulty occurred yester
day afternoon betweon one of tbe Demo
cratic judges of election and a white
Republican, in which pis ols were drawn
and tbe judge of election fired at bis oppo
nent, Tbe bul lot missed it mark and struck
a negro man in the eye, inflicting a fatal
wound. At that precinct the negroes oat
numbered tbe wbitee about 4 to 1, and they
became very riotous, threatening to kdl tbe
judge of election as soon aa be should come
outside of bis polling booth. The mayor of
Portsmouth sent six policemen there to pre
serve the peace, and about dusk the Old Do
minion Guards of thia city were ordered un
der arms and asnt there for tbe same pur
pose. Una of Halstead's Man Attacked.
Richmond, Va., Nov. ft. CoL Fred Mus
sey, of The Cincinnati Commercial Gaiette,
was attacked here yesterday by W. C. Pres
ton, one of tbe Democratic challeueera, wbo
took offense at Mussey's alleged interference
with negro voter. It appears that Huseey
endeavored to have tbe colored voters pro
test against the way their votes were being
band.ed. Th encounter was not a severe
Klertlon Riot Near Frederick.
Fkkderick, Md., Nov. ft, An election
riot occurred at tbe polling place in Woods -boro
district, tbis county, yesterday after
noon, A conuty constabU was shot, the
judges driven from tbe room, and tbe ballot-box
taken. Opposing factions arrayed
tbemselvo on each si te of tbe road and tired
at each other. Tbe sheriff and a posse have
gone to tbe scene of tbe trouble.
Cowgresamea for Chicago.
CbicaOO, Nov. ft. The fact tbat a county
election hus been an absorbing topio of dis
cussion for the past week baa not in tbe
least affected the vigor with wbicb tbe
World's fair executive committee has
proscuted Chicago's claims on tbe location
of that enterprise. Tbe committee has been
taking a census of congress-nen and aays
tbat it has assurances from 162 congressmen
that they favor Chicago as the site for tbe
exposition, and from thirty-one others wbo
pledged tbomselves for Chicago aa a second
A scheme is on foot to hold an Inter
national civil and mechanical engineering
convention in connection with tbe exposi
tion. Velti!-"! h row Ine; Kecord Broken.
New York, Nov. ft. In tbe Outing Ath
letic association gam w yestarday, at the
Brooklyn Athletic aasoo.atioa grounds, A.
A. Jordan, New York Ath etic club, put the
56-pound weight VI feet llVf inches, break
ing tbe record by inch, and defeating
Malcolm W.Ford, who put the weight SO feet
11 inches. Jordan also beat Ford throwing
tbe 10 pound hammer, bis distance being 108
feet 4 inches, aud Ford's 91 feetlOinche.
Tha Hope I Probably Tain.
LoNDO, Nov. ft Tha 3 tar thanks God
that tb capture of Wadelat by tbe Mahdists
baa swept European aad Egyptian domina
tion from ceuural Africa, and exprssssigthe
sop that it may never be restored.
INDIANA'S WAR GOVERNOR.
A Marble Bust ravelled Above His Greta
InCIamaPous, Nov. 0. Tbe unveiling of
tba marbl bust at tb grave of ex-Governor
Oliver P. Morton in Crown H.ll cemetery
took place yesterday la tlie presence of a
large aa-emblaa of cit -ns. Tb bust waa
made in Rome by th artist Symoais. Tha
design Is taken from tbe bronS) statue of
the tx-goveroor which stands in toe circle.
It is of Carrara marble, anl is
a l.ttl over lit n It is draped
after the manner of lite, aud baa
been pronoui c d by Mr. Morton and all
th friend of tb deceased wbo hav seen it
a good likeness of th original Tbe pad
ettal is of granite and is ix feet ten incbes
high. The pedestal has not yet been Completed,
and for a time tbe butt will auul upon a
temporary slab of granite five feet high. On
one side of tbe permanent pedestal will be a
scroll and on tbe oiber suco lettering aa the
family may determine hereafter.
The principal address was delivered by
Rev. Lucas, chaplain of George U. Thomas
post, U A. R, w ho spoke of Governor Mor
ton's many talents and tb mannsr in which
be bad mad tbem redound to bis country's
fame At the conclusion of tbe address
Chief Justic Elliott, of tb tuprem court,
unveiied the timrbls bust witn a few re
marks. Mrs. Morton was present during tb
exercises, and was visibly affected.
JAMES ON PARNELL.
The Times' Counsel talk to the raraell
London, Nov. ft.- Sir Henry James yes
terday, continuing bia address before tbe
Parnell special commission, ac-usel Par n ell
of having been tba rea iy jecipient of tbe
money of con-p ratorn, and recalled tbe In
cident of I'araell bavins I een told upon receiv
ing a contribution of f-to, that it was "Five
for bread and twenty for lead." Tbe league.
Sit Henrv asserted, owed its vitality to tbe
treason funds subscribe! by tb Irish in
Parnell well knew what tba subscriber
meant, and also knew that every appeal be
made found a most literal response from
Chicago uptKirtrs. Tb speaksr dwlt
with much rmpbssis on tbe fact tat Amer
ica bad contributed only 950 prior to tbe
spetch of Paruell in Cincinnati advocating
tb severance of tb last link binding Ire
land to England, but that thereafter a: 10,40V
bad been donate 1.
lc la ezpectei tbat Sir Henry will apeak
about twioe as long aa Davitt dlX
DOUBLE MURDER IN MISSOURI
A Hoys' Quarrel Result- lo tha TJs or
the Shot Gan,
Bt. Loci 3. Ma, Nov. 6 A double
murder is reported from Camden county,
Missouri. It appears that on Bunday after
noon a young son of Edward C Burst,
farmer, living seven mil from Climax
Springs, bad a quarrel with John and Rob
ert bwanagan, living near by, and was
beaten by them. Tbe boy went home and
reported tbe sffilr, and bis father and a
neighbor, W. B. Green, started after tbe
Opened a leadly Fire.
Tbey soon overhauled them, and when
witfaiu twenty paces of them John Swana
gan o(sned fire with a double-barreled hot
gun. Tha first discharge sent four buck
shot ent.rely througb Hurst's body, mortal
ly wounding bim, and tbe second tore away
Green's juw and neck, in-Uotly killing him.
Tbe murderers eacspe-l, but tbe whole coun
try is aroused, and of& -ers ar out in all di
rections searching for thetn.
The Individual Bliot Oss Policy.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 6. Michael Fall, a
young Democrat,and Phil Lambert,a Repub
lican, engaged in a fight Monday night over
politics, and Lamb-rt, after being badly
beaten, got a shot gun and fired at FislL Tbe
latter died yesterday morning.
Real Bandits In Texas.
Brows stills, Tex., Nov. ft Ia H.dalgo
county Landits bav cepiurel tiie son of
Senor Juan Garcea and are holding him
for ransom. Rangers have gone in search
of them. Tba abduction occurred near tbe
Jtsus Maria ranch.
Aa Alleged Royal Betrothal.
8T. Fctkrsbcro, Nov. 6. It is stated
here tbat tbe cxr wit-b ia betrothed to
Prince Margaret, younger sister of the em
peror of Germany, tbe betrotbal having
taken place while the czar was visiting Ber
lin, Peril or lite M'estera Bllsssrd.
Pasta Ft, N. M , Nov. . Tbegreat enow
and wind atorm of tb paat three days has
caused great damage to live stock on the
northern ranges, aud it ia feared tbat a
number of cowboy and sheep herder bav
perished with their animals. From olue to
eighteen inches of snow have fallen. Al
railroads are badly imp eded.
Tbe Union Pacific- railway. "Tbe Over
land Route," has equipped its train with
dining can of tbe lateat pattern, and on
and after August 18ih tbe patrons of iu
fast trains between Council Bluffs and
Denver, and between Council Blufls and
Portland. Ore., will be provided with
delicious meal, tbe beat tbe market af
ford, perfectly served, st 76 cents each.
Pullman's Palace Car Co. will have charge
of the service on these cars.
A Kind of Home Rule She
OAPTAIH BISBEE'8 D1V0ECE CASE.
Be Tries to Manage Bis Cape Owd Wire
on tha Oriental Plan and 3eta Into
Bot Water A Story Told at the Ra
tional Capital Oen. Renin Reorganis
ing the Pension Bureau Aa Ex-Forger
Asking Blaine's Help Sews Notes from
Washington Cttt, Nov. 6th. A special
to The Evening Star from Providence, R. L,
says : "A prominent member of tbe Inter
national maritime conference, Capt, A, U.
Bisbee, representing the empire of China, is
just now occupying public attention ber as
plaintiff in an amusing divorce suit. Capt,
Bisbee, is a native of Cape Cod, where his
wtf Flora lives. For ten years past he hes
been in tbe service of the celestial emperor.
A little over a year ago he cam borne on
a leave of absence, and allege that bis
spouse celebrated bia return by pulling his
beard, rcalding him witb the tea kettle and
knocking bim down several times witb a
stove poker. He has, therefore, entered
suit by counsel in the supreme court for ab
"It is understood that there is another side
to the story. Frieuls of his wife al
lege tbat he attempted to run his home and
family on an oriental plan tbat was in
compatible with tbe dignity of an American
housewife, and she took heroic measures to
psrsuade bim to return to nineteenth cen
tury ways. The suit promises to be lively
RAUM IS A HUSTLER.
it Hhake-Cp of the Pension Office
WaSHittOTOs Citt, Njv. fl Pension
Commissioner Ranm, for the convenient
transaction of the business of tbe pension
office, baa made a new general assignment of
duties. He ordered, among other things, that
all cases involving intricate questions of
law or fact should be brought to bis personal
attention; also, all claims involving a large
flist payment or monthly payments of mora
than $14 Tbe medical division, law divis
ion, board of review, special examination di
vision, certificate division, an I finance divis
ion will be under tbe personal supervision of
tbe commission! r. Tbe commissioner says
tbat pending claims now on file constitute
eo great a mas that it is a physical impossi
bility to give them all immediate considera
tion. Be en joina the entire official force to
be prompt, dilllgent and faithful, and gives
assurance tbat recommendations for promo
tion will be made npon merit, and that tbe
inefficient will be recommen led for retire
ment. Work ine; for Bis Brother's Release.
Washington Citt, Nov. . Gdorge Bid
well, whose connection with the great Bank
of Euglmd forgeries a number of years ago
made bim notorious, bad an interview witb
Solicitor Walker Blaine, at the state depart
ment Tuesday moruiog, in regard toth case
of bi brother, who is serving a lit wnteno
in England for bis complicity in the forger
ies. Both Bid wall are citlteas of the United
State, and George is endeavoring to have
this government do som-tbing toward secur
ing bia brother' release, George Bid well
was pardoned in 1S8 an i since his release
has published a book of his experience.
The Fourth of July Claims.
WashInoton Cut, Nov. O The report
of tbe quartermaster-general shows tbat the
work of tbe payment of war claims under
what is known as tbe "Fourth of July Act,"
by which many claims for Southern I.liuols,
Kentucky and Indiana were adjusta-i, bas
been completed aa provided by the act,
which barred these claims after a certain
data of tiling. Thia leaves the only recourse
to the court of claims, or ooogresa, for those
w hoe claims are (till uupaid.
Triple Tragedy at the Capital.
Wasbisston Citt, Nov. 6 Ust even
ing a colored man named Osborne Vaesy and
another, name unkuowo. began firing at
each other witb pistol. Va?y shot the un
known nun, wbo died in a few minutes.
Vasey, though wounded, en learored to es
cape, but was pursue) by Offlo-r Crlckeu.
Vaasy fired on tbe rfllcer, shooting bim
through the breast, killing bim instantly.
Vaasy was w ounde J in two place and will
Oen, Kpinaer Financial Views.
Wasbinotos Citt, Nov. fl In aa inter
view y. eterday on the financial situation
Gen. F. E. Spinner, ex-treasurer of th
United State, predicted tbat if the present
silver policy was maintained the first short
crop would precipitate a panic. He sug
gested that all the gold be held in the
treasury as a basis for inter-convertible
bonds and currency to be issued by tbs gov
ernment. Meeting of the Cabinet.
Washington Citt, Nov. 0. Toe cabinet
hour has been changed ir.iin l.':W to 12
o'clock, and all tb tn. oiU.-rs assembled at
tb Wuit House yesterday at th earlier
hour. Tbe annual reports to courjas were
considered at lenztb.
New Beaks Authorised.
Washington Citt, Nov. A The comp
troller of tbe currency bas authorised tbe
Sedan National bank of Kansas, aud the
First National bank of Hamilton, Mo, to
begin business, each with a capit.il of (50,
OUU. An Indianiau Appointed.
W ASB1NOTON ClTV, Nov. 6 The presi
dent yesterday appoiuted Werreu U. Sayra,
of Indiana, commissioner ou tue Cherokee
commission to Oil tbe place left saoant by
tbe death of Gov HaruantL
A Witness Pol-oned.
WilkesbaRBC, Pa., Nov. 6 A sensa
tional death occurred yesterday afternoon
tn Pittatoo, it being associated In th mind
of tbe public witb tbe Glynn poisoning case.
Mrs. Rabbet, a sister-in-law of James G ynn,
tbe susiected person, and daughter of Mr.
Cragbin, tbe first victim of tbe supposed poi
soning, was taken with Oram) Mouday
mornuig. Yesterday afternoon she died,
after twenty-eight hours of great agony.
She was so important witness in t'je coming
trial of Mr. and Mrs Glynn, now in prison
A Rest In the Croaln Trl.L
CbicaOO, Nov. 0. In order to avoid ques
tion as to tba legality of the proceedings,
under tbe new law making election day a le
gal holiday. Judge McConneli yesterday or
dered an adjournment of th proceeding In
tbe Cronin trial until 10 a. m to-day.
Tbe Pan-American excursionists watched
an Amerioan election at Cincinnati Tuesday.
A deer was killed just outside tbe borough
limits of New Florence. Pa. , the other day.
W. A. Rice exhibited twenty onioos at
tbe Arroyo Grande, CaL, fair that weighed
Mrs William, wife of a traveling man of
Indianapolis, baa left home without appar
ent cause and can not be found.
Fire in Davey's brass foundry and ao ad
joining building, at Pittalmrg, Tuesday
morning, caused a loss of (40.000.
Tbe southern exposition at Montgomery,
Ala., was opened by tb predeut from
Washington City by wire Tuesday.
An exploaion of gas occurred u a colliery
at Bern burg, Germany, Tuesday, killing ten
men and seriously wounding ninny other
Because a young lady jiltd hiiu 8. D.
Burns, wealthy, 40 years old, and a resident
of Wabash, lnd.. committed suicid with a
It is expected that Emperor William will
bold an interview with Enieror Francis
Joeepb of Austria on bl way to B.riinfro:n
The machine tbat cut matcUsticks mka
10,000,OJO a day. Tbey are arranged over a
vat. and have the heals put on at th rate of
8,000,003 per day by one wau.
Will Hensel's wife, of Punxutnwnev, Pa.,
decorated a favorite cat .-vnin-d Jonathan
with a ribbon an! a bell. Jonathan then
climbed a tree and banged himself.
"Avoirdupois suppers," at whicb each per
son is weighed and charged for their meals
at the rate of 96 cents per 100 pounds Of
their weight, are tbe latest in tbe country
towns of Pennsylvania.
It waa announced at tb regular fortnight
ly meeting of tbe National league at Dublin,
Ireland, which took plaoe Tuesday, tbat th
contr ibutions from America for ths preced
ing two weeks amounted to 3,000. '
Th "Q" dynamite ons at Galesburg,
Ilia, against G. M. Xiley, Bauereiaaa and
Bowles wsr dismissed Tuesday because of
tbs diaappsarano of Bowles, the chief wit
ness for tbs state, who is not to be found.
tSWe are now well into Autumn with its changeable weather aud will Boon see the jfer
cuiy go downwards in the Thermometer, consequently all ought to prepare for it. In
There is no better place to
TELEPHONE NO. 10M.
CHEAP BASE BALL.
Apparent Result of the Broth,
PRESIDENT YOUNG HAS A SCHEME,
Hy Which ll-e bitnalinn Will Be Made
as IntereMtins as a Railroad slate War
A Ffelit on Tiires tf Admission fins'"
-etel. with Rednetlnn ot Salaries of
I'laers as a Condition Precedent That
Fraudulent Itnat Hire.
Washinstox Citt, Not. B. The declar
ation of war upon the part of the Brother
hnod was more general! y dicussed here yes
t -rday than ibe ixilitienl bittl.x going on in
the various slate. At league bealq tarter
President Yu.)g wa. found busile angsged
in pl-uning tli j details of Monday's meetms
at the f.ftb A venn? h.'teL Ii reply to a
question he said: "I linre just coni-luiied a
basty reading of the Biotlierhood'a proc
liraatioD, and I must say tnat I am greatly
surprised at the weak and empty style of it
construction. I hare for several weeks been
convinced that they intended to declare war
against tba League, and I bad prepared my.
If to receive a s'artling and forcible pre
sentation of their sids of tbs cas. There ls
Dot tingle sentence in thu- aldrees tbat
appeals to the sympsthy of tbe base bill
public but what can ba overturned by the
Lrague without any misstatement on ths Ut
The learns Fall ot Fig-he.
"Now that the isme has been made by tbe
Brotherhood, what does the Leagu propose
I.r repeated Mr. Young, with a look of
determination in bis eyes. "We propose to
take tbe bull by tbe horns and protect our
own interests, olherw Ise ths bull might toss
up. Our plans have not been matured yet,
and I am in no p siiti n to speak officially as
to our future action in dealing with tbis
matter. S tne persons advise tbe League to
try a i t break tue Brotherhood rank by buy
ing iff some of the most desirable players
and trusting to tlie other to follow like a
flx-k of sheep. Ot course you oan under
stand why such a scheme would nvr da
It would Iss placing a premium on desertion
and nufailhf uinees and iu direct conflict
with the best interest of tbe game.
The Combination Scheme.
"It bas aisoben su? -est 1 tbat a combina
tion between the League and tbe American
association wouid be advi-abla, and that
idea meets with coosi terable favor. It is
evident that the Brotiierbood will, if success
atl en Is their efforts, endeavor to capture
the association players, but they are waiting
to see bow ihev are going to come out ia
their contest with tbe League. Ttaere are
other propositions tbat have bee i made, all
of which will be duly considered at tbe
A Golden Opportunity.
There is a fv.-eiiu of unrest in the minor
leagues, a tbey fear tbat th Leagu will
break the national agreement and gobble up
all of their desirable players. There ia no
occasion fi-r alarm in that respect, as the
League proposes to live up to its pledge in
th future as it has done in the past. The
frienis of boues t base ball in this rity ar
looking for the L -ague to sustain the repu
tation an 1 credit of tbe gam by meeting tb
Brotherhood issue fairly and rqjarely. If
the League is rrepare i to throw aside all
elfish motiv.e and take a decided step in be
half of tbe patrons of the game, tbey bave
an excellent opportunity to do a
No C.e (or "Star" Players.
Tbe people who support the gams witb
their admission fees hav j become disgusted
with fancy salaried players and their dis
gusting exhibition on the ball field. Tbe pa
trons of tba gsme appreciate tbe effjrts of a
young an 1 ambitious player mor than they
do toe balf-beartel movements of the ao-
called stars, and a team of well -managed
youngsters ri'l put up attractive ball and
not cuet as much a a team of veterans,
St c-derete Falarlee Proposed.
"If the Iengue really wants to look horns
witb tie broiuerliood they can do so by go
ing right ahead aud estabt.suin their teams
on a moderate salary basis y 50 per oe.it.
lee than is now pai 1 tbs so-called star play
ers. According to the records there ars cer
tain plsyers who were paid at tbe rate of
from Soot) to t9.U per month but season for
five months' active employment.
Which Means tS Cents Admission.
"By reducing the outlay for salaries on
balf tbe Leagu could go to tbs publis and
say: 'We propose to reduce cur expeuaet
one-half I y tbs employment of you ig and
efficient players, and wa are willing tbat
you should share the bjiietlt uf tua reduc
tion by witnessing our sanies tor one -half of
what we have hereto'- ie i-harge-1 you.' Is
there any d'-nl t as to what the res.os will
b to fixu a proposit oi. n here would ths
Brotlie. liood fl id a re-ding pla.-el In th
l wa. a Crooked Bout Race.
PnrsBCBo, Pa., Nov. V A Times re
porter Intel t ii-we 1 Job:! Teenier, ths oars
man, at McKi-esi-orc yesterday, regarding
tb statements ma le tbis nek by Al liatum
tbat the boat racs in September last, lie.
taeen Teenier and Gandaur wa crooked.
Termar suid arratigi men's bat ben made
with Uauilaiu 's back -ra to have Usudaur
win Ibe race, I ut in his own mind Tertnei
was delei mined to win the race, and would
bave win it if he not been fouled.
Adopted t o-relocation.
Philadelphia, Nov. 0 At a mealing of
tbe board ot trustee of tb University of
Peunsylvania yesterday tbe --ducati a
system was sdoptel, aud a museum of arch
aeology and paleontology was establish d.
Professor Cojsi wa elected to th chair ot
Th Weather We May EapeeU
Washiwotos Citt, Nov. The following
are tbe weather indications for the thirty -ais
hours from "p.m. yesterday: For Indiana
and Lower Michigan Fair, warmer weather;
westerly winds. Kor upper Michigan, Wis.
consln aud Illinois Fair, much warmer
weather: westerly w.nd, becoming southerly.
For Iowa Fair, warmer weather; southerly
New Turk L ve Stock.
Niiw Yon. Nov. t.
Lis' Htock: C'att'e-No market for beeves
dressed beef, dull: native sides. V t:
Texas and Colorado do, SVi 04C- cheep and
lambs Market weak aud unsettled; good
sheep. 6c V t1; prime lambs, (c Hogs Nom
inal value, H 10-O0.
Milwaukee, Nov. a.
Wheat -Firm; rash. ?ato: December, 7c
No. 1 northern. 81c. Corn Firm; No. a. 8$,
QSio. Oats Steady: No. f white. zlUaglKc.
Rye Firm; No. 1. 3J4c Barley Easy; No.
St. Lewi. -
St. tans, Nov. 4.
Wheat Higher; cash. 77c; December, Tro;
May, eHn. Cora Firm: cash. Hc; Da.
eem ber, 28c; May, aoHaWso. Oata-Flrm;
oaah, Wc; May, l!c. Pork-Steady; jok
lota, S1L-. Lard-gulet SA7. Whisky
-Steady, f UU.
IN MANY ARTICLES OP
CHANGE WITH THE SEASONS.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS,
trade than at
R. CRAMPTON & CO,
A re now prepared to undertake the Interior Deco
ration of Houses with
MODERN WALL PAPER,
And Mouldings, j
In the most approved manner.
New Styles for the Spring
are beginning to arrive. Our stock is complete for
the season in all grades and prices very
low for stock and labor.
tFYour orders solicited.
STOVES AND RANGES
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal.
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coal.
The latest design of the long series of ALADDIN Stoves. This is beauliful in
its ornamentation, novel in many of its features is bound to be a good seller. Be
ture and examine thia stove aud learn its good points lor after seeiuc It you will
buy no other.
I have of course s supply of the celebrated ROUND OAKS. Tbis has been
so popular tbat it is beiDg copied as far as tbey dare oy unscrupulous nsrtiea but
don t be deceived buy tbe Round Oak made by P. D. Beckwith. I am the so'e
agent for above goods as well as other desirable goods. Hardware etc
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third avenue and Twentieth St., Rock Island.
SPECIAL SALE AX
1605 Second Avenue.
200 Muffs at 45c worth 75c. 100 Muffs at 85c w orth $1.25
Beaver, Seal, Monkey, Oppossum Muffs and Setts, going
cheap at this Special sale. Fur Trimmings in all
widths and kinds. Fur work of all kinds guaranteed first class
rin of the Red Glove, west of Market Square.
Proprietor of the Old and well-known
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Has opened with an entire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc.
3TFresh Farm Produce always on hand
Mr. Smart desires a renewal of bis old trads sod will try and five patrons prices and treatment
i of yore. r
-New and falls equipped. New furnishings throughout. Will compete -
with any. Send for circulars.
Tcrno-: Four months, $20; Six months, 35; Nine months, t50.
Addres C. W. FEJTN. Rock Island, Ills.
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
do not feel ivcH, do you f
have tried alt kinds of remedies
would give a fortune to regain gooa
should remember that Dr. I 'an Dyk's
Kidney Cordial is bound to cure you.
will try a bottle and recommend it.
know all about it now aud wont for
get it, will you ?
WFOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS."
N. P. F. NELSON,
2119 Fourth Avenue,
for the best custom made
farRepalrlno; neatly done.
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