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THK DAILY AKGUS
JOHW W. lOTTt.
TB'r.Ti N"TitMiiicB 7. 18H9.
Wsu-r't the mattrr with Iowst
What's the matter with OhloT
Tt land-alMe will strike Illinois nest
Tnt new (roTerDor of lows I one of
TrtaOAt sew to liave been rather a
"Boisterous" d In low.
All la til Tuesday w productive of
m many surprWos the eventful contest
of venr b
Bos Weli.ii: "It mikes no difference
to me how miiT staiee 8 Jemnormtic.
I'm 'Died' for four rrs anyhow."
A LKADlKO demoi rt yesterday thus
summed up tie calamities which befell
the republicans Tuesday. Porsker
knocked out; Hutchison In the soup;
Mahone In jail.
With low and Otilo out of the fold as
consi'qucnce of misrule, the republicans
will have to admit some more states if
they wact to B't a slneh on Harrison's
reelection, won't they?
Ir svral prominent Rock Island re
publicans could hare voted in Iowa on
Tuesday, RoIeV plurality would have
been enhanced accordingly . As It was,
some of '.lie in went over and did excellent
CoNnniCK.MA; lUrK, of Tennessee,
kccnmp'tnle lu bill providing for federal
control of roncreiooa! elections with an
fioinm'e et its cost. The estimate la as
folio, t. "Congressional electoral board,
at M per day, sixty days, f 1.3iH); e
peiiirs same, $"tiO: atate board of Can
vaasrra, at SJO per day. thirty daya.400;
peta,, 4 V, uffi.-e rent, 1400; board
of county and city commissioners, three
r ron. fire days, at f 15, 73; average
of ten for eich district. (75); 100 regis.
trars, average ten for earn county, at ft
p,-r day, ten days each. 4.000. 100 poll
ing places, three judges and two clerks
eath.at f :V JJ.'tm. total for the dls
trict. 1(11, l.t l" At this rate, with 8.K)
ronurrssional districts, aa there will tie
hen the new states are all admitted, the
total cot would astfretgate f 3 879,500. A
pretty Wrc price, it seems to us, to pay
f..r the iinviU'K 'f having out conereas
men thr.ten t'V the party In power,
turniuh niohmerv controlled by the
prrauU'tit of the United Stetes.
Tli Primeval Potato.
In mt ui iuwn rv"n of ltiNew Worltl,
)r tillv .ni)ire rmt ilia higtilauita of
leni- t .r the tiri.-lll of tli potato, lilt that
of Mr J iiii-h tie la Hue lie and other im
portant "-in!i -. is "rop In mystry"
there irn-w, at t lint. prM'M' rii of history
known tu cliroiiiii.ini:u"oiii upon atlma,"
a ulniiui'rtiiiK pinnt pwulinrly pirw uMct la
tbe stru-le f'T l.f.i t.y th persistant atten
tions of toi niKiiy hungry and Lerbirurou
a-luiirxn In su -ii a nm th common re-
nuve of anr firdiuitry uno-riif'tiliUM natm
twr of tba m lnmiiu family would doubtless
luive l-ii to adofit tun utual solatia. -eons
lnitK-s of H-tiin; t It olitru-i trusnd
and Mi iuiii eiwniie. Any other autumn
would Livn Ullail in stem and learaa with
imrcotii' Ju. un I ma-io itwif xoUln'ly
lntUT t Cim U-t, o tlint tba beasts and
t'lnln. ilisC'iit"! at tha first Into, wotilri hare
iltulit froui :ti -fun atfrtir.pt to devour It.
Not su tue fnti.'T of all jtators. That hon
est aim rrii'n-f nwur.l plant denilmxl to
liava rvoiirn to u,:h mean tratKy Hard
jirs.J oy liTliivore la th trui,"i(l for -i-U'iiov
it alrm-k nut a new lin for itwlf and
fur In-,a:il It invu'd tha tuliar
And wt.ar is the tul-i , wLU'b natural a
livtion. tli.i. ar'lr. uihii tha nacaatitie of tba
pruiifVui potito,, uceli in prinlucius; for
a hungry woild) E'u: luily and fuudiunen
tully it i not am..t lumglna. a root,
hut ' n under.-roimd hrain h. Iwurlnx bud and
uudevvlojil iftvi-ii on it wirfaoa. which w
know an eyes. Hud cupalile of doing all the
work of a braiiLh In prodm-liiR fuha, flow
n and hernia Ail that i peculiar to tba
tuber, virwaij a u br.inrb, suiiia itxelf up In
fwocurdmal pouita. Flint, It hnp-uf to da
valop under troiind lan accident a bich, as
w ad know In tltu familiar caaaa of layars
and suekera. niny oeur with any ordinary
braneta anv davi, and, sreondly. It is Urge,
woiin and Lna auw it contains larg ra
UTTm of niatorial, lai.l up hy tba plnrit lu this
Mfv retreat to aid the future ,'rnwtb of Its
term, and lwiv,n in a eund Mean.
A tuber, in fiiot. aiunt bo reard.tl uiarvlj
as ouu of tha muiiy putna adopted by plants
tu order to WH.'uri for tlietualvMa continuity
of esumnnce In wo-xly sbruba aud traas tba
malarial UiJ uo by tba individual to provida
tor next yvur lavaa atui flowarm la atorad
In tha tnnar linrk. wbtcb dos not die. and
tbu aivnuiiM f r tiia way Ui wnicb aueb trea
as almonds, mezerou an I pvi ui Japiinica ax
winhlad to bliim In early tprlDg be or tba
foiiaira it If begins to too, a out. CombUJ
What I KltualUuiT
It is u-d t i dualnat) ihvn In tba Cburcb
of Ln'liiii I who tiuve iffu great proml
ueiim to par' I. umr kind of ritual rweutly
rcrtvnl f .r a ddinit and ai:kjiwlelgad pur
poao. Tbi- U not in tbr Ic.i.t to bo Idunttflad
"-1th th C'lix ral uii.r.jvi.a,rut lu tou and
taXjn whirb ha tiikn plaun from an awtbatlo
point if ri.-w ui tba puhlui worship of all ra
livious t.i.di'. Lvun Noiiunuformist bodias
have iir.w ruuir leeeuni; op of rltuaL Wa
laad in a re. .Tit nuuilwr of on of thalr
Ui("i?lii-., "ti.. Ljly table sboilld ba placad
aauiHt t:n. wn.l of tb c uaneil or apei of
til- claird,. It should ba Covered wttD
uloth. a n. lily eiutiroldaied with suitable
deaigrn n p. .'(.! Ivumd the Utile should
tiaa r.'r., of ervd ir.ori or wood or a
ple of ainSroldvry. A?a:art this. In tba
tut ut of a ma-row should stand a
i ai " ayrl so uu.
Tina b iu,l.t '.iriialum, bus It differs not
oi dr-w. but iri kind from that to wblcb, for
tha of brevity aud vonveniaoca, we
tethru '!! y apply that tartn. The fUtuauare
of wUi. b aaiiik the nxpreasiou In out
ward form rind tlie enforcement on tba mind
of tu wur-biper bv external srnibollsm, of
terbdn '1'v'tins. The Ritualists thauisalves
wotil.l ludu'iiuhtly repudiate any other idea.
The IhIh h.'T. C. J. Lb (ieyt, a well known
Kltualiaic Irader. wrote tbua: "The cblaf
point and vaim of all ritual Is that It synv
U.luieandexiireip,, aud at the same time
ethrln" and protw-ta, dogmatio truth.
H.itimli.t.. so called, lavs no deaire toaaoape
nndvr n guise of harmlesa nouentitiea.
Hituiilioii unc)U"tlonalily doeasyuibolue doo
triu., Bhii tii.ir.'f,u- ta ma eocarefully lef
ulatid tor t.v the ehurcb." Una) of tbe
hituaiuiH r.e-f y itne Rev. W. J. E. Bennett)
xu.ud e.ina ynars ago osfor the ritual
roroiui-wioii, on ling aakad, "Tou do not
eontnd, than, for any wetbetlc purpoes, but
strtcllv f .r a doetnnal purpoear answered,
Daeidwliy; tbeaxriietio purpose form an
arvidenl afterward, but la not tbe object."
An aeblng vuid-A dude's headache.
The rr-tiou which an auut lavuba upon
a mate or nephew la a klud of antidote.
I me- the student erled.
v. hll a Irowo ,ia viasga marred:
"I csunut woo the uuaa of thwi-tit
r or ttw maws la our baua yardl"
A young ladj named Cay offered a lock of
her balr to a gwntieman whose offer of mar
nago she had declined. He replied, with
great bitterness, that tbe lock would be uee
lmto biu. w.tbout the Key.-Dtrolt Pre
Tbe diM'usalon cousequent upon tbe In
crease of leprosy lu tbe east leads to curious
conflict of opinion regarding Its cause. On
authority declares It to be beyond question
the result of a but and dampclimate; another
says tbat It come from bathing when in a
state of perspiration; a third from sitting In
draught ; a fourth says that It is hereditary;
a ttftn tbat it is contagious, and so ia oaught
Ilka smallpox or scarlet fever j and another
Kooept the sentiment of tbe Jew, and assert
ft belief In It being punishment for sin.-
RareVtte Head Ip ee farming and
Cfctebea Raising aait Oats All Mlsed I p.
Talk about diaseusions In religion, about
wnrring creeds aid battling churches. If you
want to get knee deep In a swamp of conflict
ing vk-w and opinions, wade through a fll
of agricultural papers. Now, there's nothing
vague, intangible. Invisible and abstract in
agriculture. The ground ia real and the
crop are anmetlme real; in the case of an
amateur gardener who move out of town
baiwuse he can save a yeara rent on June
pen. I grant you there la deicreeof alsitrac
tion that make the acieiice of aerated meta
physics olid a a football match. But in
the oft and thawing weeks of spring a loam
farm In a clav country I elwiit as real aa
they nieke em
But now, rend in my favoriteagrirultural
per the.: her day that a man who "had a
patch clay over roca basted It heavily with
sl ashM." and myt Talk about rK'huem!
Andcrojaii !4,ich roelousl And wsl And
such rornl D-m't talk. I went almight
away to the kib'ben and gave orders that
every handful of roal -.! was to lie placed
In fruit Jars and kej.t in tbe refrigerator
until such time as I con 1.1 Imve it applied to
the garden. .No mm tar what price the
neighbors miuht offer for it, not an ounce of
it wa to lie sol 1
Then I went luck to the ibnk and turned
over to the next -e of the pnier, and a
farmer and market gardener in Heuneasy
lenity said that a mixture of pounded glas,
rock salt, alknh and brimstone, poured on red
but, was fur preferable, as a fertilizer, to coal
ahea, lie said he hnd kllle.1 every tree In a
healthy orcfaar I. and made the rnirest kitchen
garden in the I'omioio valley a howling waste
by light application f coil nslms. My blood
ran cold as I hastened out once more to noti
fy theseneechal Hint If I found one fluke of
Coal ashes about the ceitle within fifteen
minute from tlienkmu loo-kas) 1 would hang
a few traitor, more or leas, from the fourth
story book in tbe Martino tower.
Then I went back and read that any man
who kept hens and wanted eggs must be pre
pared to spfiid m.e of his iii'-nuie on corn.
but It would be the isst Investment he ever
mad. Nothing like corn, not cracked, but fed
in whole gmins, for nuking beiislay; It made
.nem lay seven tlmos a week wben nothing
le would, and in fact It was the only thing
:hat would make hens la v all the yertr round.
Straightway I ordered a carload of corn to
purchased for the cackling deniaens of
Crocus (Jail, but before themeMcngar had art
'orth to oorner the corn market I read from
inotter exiert that "Rongh ou Hts" was
nuch lstter f.T hens than corn, iuasmuch a
t killod them at once, tberebv saving great
Hneof keeping ami was quite as produo
iv wheu viewed a an egg plant. He closed
it narrative of hi experience with corn by
piously hoping that the man who first sug
gmted th d.Mructlon of all the poultry In
America by th us of corn as a food might
never, in thia world or th next, I peruutted
to at a pullet, or taste custard, omelette, egg
nog, or anything else In which the hen or her
product eutered as a component part. He
said you uiukt feed little else but than pound
While I wa wondering h bone I
would like to pound my eye fell upon the tes
timonial of oue of th leading poulterers in
New York Stat, who aaij tbat b bad lost
about ninaty-eigbt of the finest bens that
ever arte. I th fool in their sanest momenta,
by th ignorance or malice of a hired man,
who had mixed a spoonful of pounded bone
iu their feed one Sunday morning, while be,
the owner, wa at church. lie said that wben
he came home and found what had been done
be chased tbe sou lies imbecile cltatr across
th township with a neck yoke, aud if be d a
caught til in he'd a kicked him to death with
a hay tedder.
So I let up on th corner anil th market
broke all to pieces. 1 am now feeding my
hen nn anything tbey like, aume a I bav
been doing aU summer. They wander around
the place and make their o n selection, and
If there is anything tbat I particularly dont
want tliem to have, they u it for dessert.
However, there are Just two things In ag and
poultrl culture I would like to know: H hat
t good to put on land, aud a hat is the best
kind of feed to scatter about your estute to
inak your ben lay and poison your neigh
bor 'a Durdett in Brooklyn Eagle.
rishloa In the Wilsons.
An invitation ha been received from a
party on th Upper pond to visit their camp,
and w thought this good oprtunitr to
try tbe fishing there, so one morning found
us psvldlliig in tbat direction. As we passed
our old fishing grouud we concluded to atop
for half an hour and try our lu k. Each of
us had a rod aud a band line, aud all the book
ww covered with worm bait.
Befor loug I felt a bite not a ruh and a
grab aa a half poundor is likely to make, but
a deliberate trial of tbe bait. I waiusl for
lb nuxt bite, which was sure to come. It
came, aud then I felt him indeed, lie would
not budg an inch, end. as 1 was using a very
light leader, to drag him up to the surface by
th usual hand liu method was impossible. 1
pulled as much as I dnred, however, and at
last he stopped shaking bis head and started,
as it seemed to me, at about sixty mile an
hour, and away from th boat. The lux was
wound ou a stick, and I remember now how
that stick danced around ui the boat, a th
line ran through my fingers. 1 snublwd htm
all I dared, and at last turned him. Now he
rani directly for th boat, and it seemed as
though I couldn't get the line lu fast enough.
Then undor tbe boat like a shot, and again 1
bad to per out Hue. After a while be bean
to tire 1 asked for the landing net, and
from tbe blank looks of the loys I kniw it
bail been left at home.
IUsolvad uot to lose the fish, I played him
very carefully, till at length he turned on bis
side from sheer exhaustion, and then insert
ttui my flnc.rs in bis gills 1 lifted him quickly
into the boat. He weighed turee puuiuta and
a half, tbe largest trout it ban ever len my
fortune to catch yet U V. Hard well in
When Tlu-y Mug of L4.se.
W lieu pot and uoveiist paw, iuto the (if
tie, wa see by many an exumpie that either
tbey cannot or ill not have much to do
witb the subtleties or the glorwsi of a pas
siou tbat fills half the roruauce books aud
created tbelr writers. To sing of lov rap
turuwly, to exalt it, to aiialre and illus
trat it in a hundred v, a duliw'lit wben
you ar a youug man of renins under iu in
fluHuce, and not only a delight: it is evi
dently understood tu be a foremost duty to
mankind. Ho It is wltb us iu our salad days,
aud In tue days of summer; but when July
la puat, aud August, tbe uussi changes. As
September wears through, the Michael nias
green g"oe seems a likely to Is tbe bird of
lov a any other, and as Worthy of celebra
tion. Arrived at tbe autumnal time of bf
tbey wbo still tune the lyre to the old strain
do so with a falut uncertainty, as if it were
out quite tbe dignuled thing Or they cease
from it altogether, or tun it to a mocking
goose song, something like tbe serenade that
Uphltopble ung in liouii sl's ' Faust,"
which is almost as much of a under In its
way a th sacred music of hell which th
same personage deliver into Mat paret's eur
from th oathedral chapel. MineUser.tu o
lury Hew This!
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any ease of catarrh tbat cannot be
cured bv taking Hall's catarrh cure.
t. J. Cbesit it Co , Props .
We, tba undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, end
believe him perfectly honorable in ell
business transections end financially able
to carry out any obligation made by their
Wist ft TftUAX, Wholesale druggists,
Waldos. Kouuif ft Uabvi, Wholesale
druggists, Toledo, O.
E. H. VaJf Bxi. Cashier, Toledo Na-
tlonrl back. Toledo, O.
Hall's catarrh cure la taken Internally,
acting directly upon tbe blood and mucus
surface of tbe system. Price 79 cent
per bottle. Sold by all druggists,
Tha ITnlnn Panlfln r.llwsw I'Tln On..
land Route," has equipped Its traina with
dining cara of tbe latest pattern, and on
and after August 18th tbe patron of iu
last traina between Council 11 luffs end
Denver, and between Council Blufls end
Portland. Ore., will be provided wltb
dellcioue meals, the beat tbe market af
ro rti a, perfectly served, at 70 cents each.
Pullman's Palace Car Co. will have charge
of the eervloe on these cars.
When great preparations were being
made In London for tbe celebration of
the (Treat queen's jubilee, loyal citizens
aniioua to participate were rapidly cur
ing all their achea and paina beforehand,
by a generous use of Salvation Oil.
Every hunter knows that It Is
uler to die game tbu to kill It.
Democrats Capture Ail the Ohio
STATE TICKET AND LEGISLATURE
Now Claimed by State Chalrsuaaj Meal
Foraker Admit Defeat Iowa te Have
th Kw Kiperienea of a Complete Roll
f Demaeratle State Officer Th Legis
lature gaeee) a Marrow Majority on a
Joint Ballot Bat arms from th Other
Slates Tlewa of tbe President What
"Ret" Clarksoa Thlak of th Result.
CoLCMBca, O., Nov. 7. While official re
return ar still missing, nonjh is known to
remove all doubt as to the result of tbe eleo
II on in tbi state. Yesterday afternoon
Ooveroor Foraker sent a telegram to hia
competitor Campbell congratulating him
(Mi the victory b bad won and expressing
tb pleasure it would give him to extend
vry courtesy possible ia connection with
th Inauguration. To this Mr. Campbell re
plied: "Permit ma to thank yon most
heartily for th cordial telegram just re
ceived. I accept with high appreciation
your leader of courtesies upon the occasion
Hi Deaaesirats Claim Krery thin.
But the viciory i bigger than tb defeat
of Foraker, if th Democratic claims last
night can be made good. Governor Fora
ker's eono aaioo of Campbell's election wa
followed immediately be a claim from Chair
man Nealof the entire Democratic ticket by
saf majorities. In tb collection of the first
return only tn rote on th head of tb
ticket wa considered, and aa it wa thought
tbat Foraker' defeat was due to the scratch
ing of hi nam, the election of atiy other
Democrat wa hardly look 1 for by ven
th Democrats themselves. Chairman Keel's
private Information show tbat the rest of
lb Democratic stale ticket has followed the
bead of the ticket, and he say be is sure tbat
th whole ticket baa been elected by mJ iri
tis ranging from 5,000 to 8.000. 11 place
Campbell's plurality at 10,0 O.
Cot the Legislate!- Also.
Ton may sav." sid be, "that tbi com
mltte ha positiv knowladg thnt nineteen
Democrat bav bea elected to the tat
senate and seventeen Republicans, wbil
sixty Democrat have been elected to tbe
house and flrty-four Republicans, no that w
bav a m-'J N-ity in tb general assembly of
eigiit on j.Hut ballot, giving us the United
Foraker Declines to Talk.
Governor Foraker declined to say anything
concerning hia defeat He was seen by tbe
Vuited free reporter Immediately after be
bad sent a telegram of concraiulation to Mr.
Campbell, and seemed v.-ry happy in his de
feat, although declining t t.iik about it.
Chairman C-Miger, ." tbe It-publican execu
tive comitiitter, so I be waiastomsbad at tbe
result, and bad nothing to oINr in explana
tion. It was a surpr.s to htm.
IOWA ALL DEMOCRATIC.
Th Vthol Nlal Ticket Elerte.1 I.ogl.la
ture Slightly Repnbllran.
Da Moists, Ia, Nov. 7. Complete re
turn from ninety-fir couuties and tb re
maining four est. mated the same as two
year ago, show tbat Boies, Dm , has
5 9K5 plurality. Tbe official return will
Sndi ubtedly increasathis majority to about
T.Oi'U Tb ent.r s'st t:citet, "lieuteiiaut
governor, Justice of tbe inprems court, u
perintendent of public instruction n1 rail
way commissioner, is elect L R-pnblicans
claim tba legislature by eight majority on
joint ballot, but Democrat do u tcouceie
mora than Ibrra
NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY.
Later Retaras Show No Chan; la tha Re
snlt Massachusetts Figaros.
A LB ANT. N. Y., Nov. 7. Returns from
th various coon lies in tb state to a late
hour Inst night give pluralities aggragatin,;
as follows: Democrats, 8S.-MJ; Republicans,
64, ail. Democratic plurality, j:),K5l.
New Jersey Elerta AhbetU
TagNTOS. N'. J., Nov. 7 Returns from
about twenty district are t ill incomplete.
Tb complete figure will probab y raise Ab
ba It's niJirity to ftver 12,000. Tue Prohibi
tionist vole fell off almut .VI per cant. Re
turns from all tbe counties In N.-w Jersey
Show that the assembly will stand: Dm -era!,
37; R -publicans, Tbe senate. Re
publicans, 11; Democrats, 10.
Bostos, Nov. 7 R-tur.s from every
town in tbe atate, , xcept Oosnold, which ba
bout twenty voters, gire Bracket (Rip.),
128,73; Russell (Dm I. Ij0,13; Bisckner
(Prohibliioni. 13.3.V4 Brackett's plurality,
5,979. In I5t7, tbe last off year, Ames Rp.
bad 17,606 plurality. In liSS he bad -"S.iWo
Tbstat tnate will be composed of 29
Republican and 11 Democrat, as compared
with 33 Republicans and B Democrat in
ls68. Thr ar 1U2 Republicans and 7S
Democraui retured to tbe lower bouse, a Re
publican loss of IS from last year. In some
senatorial and representative districts the
vot wa very close, and recount will be
PaiLiUIITHiA, Nov. 7. Revised returns
from all the counties do not materially altar
tb estimated figures already announced.
Boyer's plurality for state treasurer, accord
ing to the latest computation, is 02,n.
Slteaoa ISwaormtla Oala la Vlrclala.
NoaVuLg, Va , Nov. 7. MiKinn.y's ma
jority in th tseoond congressional district is
8.500, a Demccratic gin over th vote of
le of 8,nl7
COMMENT AT THE CAPITAL.
Views of th President and Geo. t larksua
oa th Result.
tVaam.tOTo.i Cut, Not. 7. An evening
paper publubea tb following statement,
wbiah, it Is unierstood, is snihorixod.
Tb president doe not regard tbe defeat
of tb Republican party lu Virginia, Ohio,
and Iowa a involvlug th administration,
Wbil he is, of course sorry that th result
I aa it U, he i not surprised. Th rult in
Iowa be attribute to tb temperanc iau
and to tb unpopularity of on of tb candi
date with th far mers. He doe not take
tb reapouaibility for klahone's candicary in
Yirginia, but bold that whatever assistance
and support b gv Hahon wa not more
than be would bav given any uotu'nee of
the party. Mahou was in no ense person
ally hi candidate.
"H attribute th result In Ouio to tbe op
position of tb voters on general principle
to tb lction of any man to an efflje for a
third time. He regard it a a protest
gainst a third term for Forsker and
against th I lea in general of a third term.
He does not feel tbat the voter were passing
a vrdio: upon th national administration."
"Kef Clarksoa Talks Freely.
First Assistant I'uatmaster General Clark
on, in giving h view last nigbl tt a rep
resentative of tb Culted frs on th re
sults of tb (lection, airl: Tb invariable
result of the year following a presidential
lecUen bav re pea teat themselves tbi year.
Thar ar many aurprise in the Republican
defeats, but they come from local causes in
every state." Mr. C'larkon excepted Vir
ginia, where h claimed that tb.ection)aw
mad it poasibl fur th party in power to
have th vote juit what it wants, and h
claimed tbat tue law wa used (or all it was
Row It Wa la Iowa and Olilo.
Tb Cause operating id Ohio and Iowa
wr evidently and mainly a reaction against
radical temperanc and Sunday legislation.
Tbe Sunday law, and tlx enforcement of it,
changed Hamilton county and tb Oermans
against tb Republican party ; and Governor
Foraker, despit bis splendid record and his
almost matchlaaa popularity in th party
aud tb nation, weut down with iu In
Iowa the main cause of tbe change is do to
Prohibition. Tb state haa been very clom
on atate issues ver line Prohibition was
toad a law. Th Republican elected their
governor four year ago by only 1,600 plu
rality and two year ago by C OjO plurality.
Tb oouutlee bordering on tb Mississippi
river, having larg eitia such as Dubuque,
Davenport and Burlington, all of thara with
a European or foreign born population hold
ing a majority of th vote, are intensely
anti-Prohibition; and tbey have voted over
whelmingly against tb Republican party
be causa It stood in tbat (tat for tb lw and
Growing Democratic, Anyhow.
"There waa alao eon Republican dissatis
faction and alienation on account of tb pres
ent governor' estrem view on tb rail
road qnestiom, and bis Irritating nforoa
DMttt of tb railroad laws. But Iowa baa
been srradoaHy losing tt Repnblloan major.
THE -ROCK ISIiAND
ity for yenra Mora than 30,000 Re-ublicaua
hav left th itate, going into tb Dakota,
Ksnsaa and t j southwestern country, while
th later inn igration to tb state has ben
largely Demcsratia This year's results are
In tbe main simply increased evidenors of
the indisposition of a majority of tb Amer
ican people -jo accept Prohibition and too
radical legislation on questions tbat are
moral and so ?ial, rather tban political. "
What the Ooveraor Said to tbe Governor.
Richmond, Nov. 7. To following was re
ceived yestert ay at tb gubernatorial mansion
from Govern tr Hill at Albany, N. Y., ad
dress 1 to GivernorLee: Th Democracy
of New York tender their congratulation to
tbe De moors rj of Virginia over their mag
nificent triumph. Pleas extend my congrat
ulations to sic Kinney, Tyler and Scott."
Allen O. Myers Celebrates.
CiwciNSATt, O., Nov. 7. The most unique
way of celebi ating tbe success of James K.
Campbell wa, displayed yesterday afternoon
by Allen O. Myers. H1 rode through the
streets of thin city mounted on on of John
Robinson' l aroela. Tb animal was gaily
attired, and tb turnout wss followed by an
immense mot of yelling men and boys.
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 7. Th city
was illuminated but night with bonfirs,nd
fir work w. re plentiful in honor of tb
Democratic victories Tuesday. Tb shout
ing was chief y for Campbell, a tber was
great interest taken in the Ohio election.
FRENCH HONORS TO AMERICANS.
A List of Those Cpoa Wham Decoration
A re Conferred.
Taiuk, No". Ol The following i a list of
th American connected with the exposi
tion upon wbom decorations bare been con
ferred : Grai d Office of the Legion of Honor
Gen. V. B. Franklin. Officers of th L.
gion of Hot or 3. P. Tuck, Gen. F. A.
Walker, Gen & C Hawkins, A, R Blanch
aril, and El hu Thompson. Chevalier of
tli Lecion o' Honr ilera Henry Coch
ran, David ilo, LvU, Uunnal, Urqubart,
Ward, Ko ci, Wbe-ler, Wi)lian Kellers,
Healey, Kairsbild, William Donne, Elward
Moore an I J hn Lafargi.
OfllcT of the Order of Public Instruction
Messrs. C. W. Parks, Hsrrlson, Bucking
bam. Hsstinf s. Spencer, Newberry, Uotten
dorff and St see. Offl -ers of th Order or tbe
Academy Y essra. Cleveland, G.trdloer,
James Allisn i and Kunxo,
Oa I rtiacruntted.
Mr. Alexander Harriso.i, the American
artist, wbo K a member of tbe American
Art jury at tbe exposition, and on wbom
the jury of awards conferred the decoration
of an Officer of tbe Order of Publio Instruc
tion, baa dec ined tha proffered honor. H
complains ol unfairuea in awarding th
decoration, and points nut tbat live English
connected with tbe exposition obtained
Going lic for Hurled Wealth.
Ottawa, (mt. Nor. 7. An oil miner
named John Barnett, wbo died in tbe hos
pital at Seati i last wek, waa preparing to
go in search f f liW.OOO whioh a dying man
in tli Cascade mountains had told him was
buried on Apple island, between Vancouver
island and tt min land of British Colum
bia. He said it was on th west side of th
island where tb western horizon open be
tween two otier islands, and under a large
rock tbat is row covered by a landslide from
tb bluff. Sveral prospecting parties have
started in sesreh for tbe hidden treasure.
To Attend Bayard' Wedding.
Washingiow CiTT, Nov. 7 Ex-President
aud Mrs. Cleveland, in company with
ex-Secretary Bayard, arrived here last night
on tbe 10 o'clock train from New Y.wk. Mr.
Bayard will ba married to Miss Clymer tbi
afternoon, acd tb ex-prosideui and hi wif
ar to attenc tbe wedding. Mr. an1 Mrs.
Cleveland on their arrival war dr.ven to
tbe reaidenc of ax-Marshal Wilson, wbos
guests tbey ill be while bere.
Oot a Verdict for CO.OOO.
I'RoviDgxtB, R L. Not. 7. In tb u
pram court y.s.erday Uba Carrie EV
Barnes, a a- ool teacher, was awarded lil,
0)0 damage n her suit against th New
York and New England Rulroal company
for injuries istaiued by ber in 1S5J. Mis
Bamts was in a passenger train wnioh, on
lug to some iereot ia tbs air brake appa
ratus, was derailed near this city.
Itllke H 111 Ron for PsrllameaU
London, N..v. 7. Tue Glndstoaian Liberal
leaders of Fjibaru bsvi decided to invite
S,r Charles 1'ilke to cont-wt the asat for Ful
bsm as their candidate at tbe next election,
and the luvituion will douolless be accepted,
as it i well known that Sir Charles ba
long cberwiiej tu wish to return to political
Rr. I'' ers M ansa ere Confirmed.
Baausi, Niv. 7. Dispatch received by
the Emin relief committee confirm tb re
port from Z nxibar of tue snasaacr of Dr.
Paters and bis party. Tnsy also state tbat
Lieut. Tieleasna, Dr. Peters' companion,
was rinulr wouaded, but succeed! ia
malting bis epa
STRUC' FOR HIGHER WAGES.
Marker's M..uthert Indiana Sateas Tied
t j. by Freifht Bands.
Evasviux, Iud.. Nov. 7. All tbe freight
conductors a-.d brakemen on tbe Evansvtlle
and Terra Htute, Eransvill and Indianapo
lis, and bram be of tbe Mickey system, wnt
on strike yes'erday morning for an sd vane
in wages, del landing tbe asm seal of wage
paid oa tb Louisville, Eransvill and St
Louis and P-toria, Decatur and Eransvill
railroad, wi icb ia an advance of 1 cent per
mtlo for coot uotors and about 14 cent par
mile for brakemen.
T 10 l le-l'p Complete.
No freight train moved yesterdiy Fir
striker r arrested last night for inter
fering witb 1 be mall train wbicb left bere at
7 o'clock. A frigbt train wl.ch left during
tb afternoo 1. manned by a Strang craw,
waa compell'id to return, tbe strikers having
stolen all th coupling-pins. No acta of per
sonal vlolen3eof any kind bav occurred
and tbe yart a ar well guarded by tb po
lio. Tb tu lkera (ay tb tnk will extend
to tb tntirx system unless their demand
ar complied with.
Ooln t to Spring a Boasatloa.
London, Nov. 7. Bernard C Mollery,
member of parliament for th Birr division
of Kings county, Iraland, address a large
meeting at Sheffield last night. It th
cours it bli speech be asserted tbat tb
Parnallile er In poseeesion of document
containing svuleno sufficient to prove the
complicity ol government offlcia'a in a con
spiracy agaii st th Irish, th publication of
wbicb would crrat a nstion greater than
tb revelations of tbe proceedings before tb
special commission. It waa tb intention of
tbe Parnell.t- a, Mr. Mollery aaid, to mske
public exp'sit re of the conspiracy by publi
cation of tbe evidence immediately after tb
opening of lb next session of parliament.
Too Ml eh Tension for This Tat.
Windham, N. H., Nov. 7. A prtly de
composed ho. y found by tb turnpik bere
last Monday ja bean identified a ihst of
Morris Keniiedy, who waa between &6 and
00 year of at , and wbo did odd job in th
neighborbooi . He served in tbe army dur
ing tbe late ar and about three week ago
receive! a p ision and some back psy, after
which be dissppeared. It i surmised that
be drank hiirself to death.
Doesu't ppi-ove of Wales' Jouruey.
Paris, Not. 7 The Journal D.-a Debate
ay: Th on y ministers of tb power wbo
attended tbe Prince of Wak-' reception in
Cairo war tl os of G rmaor, Denmark and
Greeo. Tb prince's Jour. icy w nut only
a useless one, but it (bowed malt regard for
French feelinr. France ha not abandoned
ber claim in Egypt
Pati Exposition Closed.
Psaia, Not. 7. Th closing of tb xo
l ion last night wa sinal'd by a gorgeou
night fete, which attrac ed to tb buildinga
and ground KKI.OoO persons, th largest at
tendance of 1 be exhibition. A few slight
accident 00c irreJ as a result of th crush,
but aitogetiier everything paaad off
Mad (are Thing of Death.
Wiucc8Bajlc, Pa.. Nov. 7. Byron Jonea,
a mine driver bos, aged 83 year, who bad
bean despond nt fur soras tim bacao of
illness and amily troubles, jumped into
Waddall' abalt during Tuesday night and
waa killed. . ie fell 900 fe -t and hia body is
terribly mangle I. lie leasee a widow and
Aa Cosn lotted lucre of Wag.
Y0USO8TO vw, O , Hhv. 7 Notions hav
been posted in aU tbe furuaoes iu tha Ma
boning Valley granting all mploys an in
oraaas of wag w of 10 p r cent. The aew ar
tasgaassnt g s Into Saot Nor. 17. The In
areas waa ui solioited.
AHOU8. THURSDAY, NOVEMKEU 7, 1889.
Shameful Treatment of Girls
DECOYED TO DISGSAOE AUD ETJIU.
A Hefarlons TrafBe Reported fromOnta
rlo The Cronln Trial Rsammi An
other Link in th Chain Against O'Sn I It
van The Paint on th Trunk Key
Konse's Aeenser Identifies Htm la
Court Bank Robbery at Toledo Var
Toroscto, Oat, Nov. 7. Som months
ago an advrtbmnt appeared in th To
ronto newspapers for young girls to "take
tncratir positions in the western states,"
and a large number of Toronto girls applied
for position. About a doxra of th appli
cant were engaged and banded over to a
woman to wbom tbey were introduce! by
tb agent, and under tb guidance of th
procures they left Toronto. Tbs girls war
told ibey would first be sent to Chicago and
after thnt sent from there and distributed
by employment agencies to various parte of
the country, according to their choice.
Debauched In Colorado.
This promise was never fulfilled. From
Chicago tbe girl were shipped to Denver,
Colo. On tbe first night of their arrival in
Denver tbey were driven out soma diatance,
on the pre ten as of being taken to a larg ho
tel. Tbey halted for the night at a lumber
camp, where they wer drugged and de
bauched, and forced to remain in th lum
ber camp on pain of death it eaoapa waa at
tempted. For two months they were sub-J-cted
to the most brutal treatment, and
finally five of the Toronto girla escaped.
Three of them found employment in Chi
cago where they are now living, while the
other two arrived in Toronto yesterday
morning, and told their story. Th girla
ar of reapiectable families, and for the pres
ent desire that tbeir name be witbheli. It
is said that tb procure is on ber way to
Toronto again to ecur a fresh supply of
ICEMAN O'SULLIVAN'S CARDS.
Another Link lu the Chain of tbe Cronln
at order Conspiracy.
Chicago, Nov. 7. After a rest of on day
tb thread of inquiry into the Cronin mur
der was again taken up yesterday, the first
witness being E. R. Stanton, proprietor of
Tbe Lake View Record, and in wbos office
th business card a were printed for Iceman
O'Sullivan. Th token by which Dr. Cronin
was to know that be waa wanted to attend
one of O'Sullivan's men was tbat the mes
senger would present on of bis busin
cards. Tba man who decoyed th doctor
away from bom the night of tb murder
presented this token, and on tha fac of it, In
th middle, waa a picture of an ice wagon
printed in red. Mr. Stanton swore tbat tb
cut from wh eh th wagon was printed was
received at bis office April 38 lait, and tb
cards printed therefrom del ivered May 2
only two days prior to the murder.
Agala the Bloody Trunk.
Capt Vnliers, wbo wa chif of police of
Lake View last May, was th nxt witns
and testified to the geography and topogra
phy of tbe route between tue Carlson cot
tage aol tba famoua catch basin. H alto
described and again identified tbe trunk in
which tbe body had been taken from the
cot tag a He said he found in the trunk a
lock of hair when it was examined last May;
also some cotton batting. There waa ccm
gealed and liquid blood in the trunk and ev
idence that It bad been in the water, for it
wa wet. He ssid he showed the lock of
bair to Cr on in's barber, I ut when on cross
examination b was akd if tbs barber did
not say it was not Cronin' hair, tb state
objected and tbe ot-j wtion was sustain!
Paint oa the Trunk K-v.
Capt. Wiug. of tha Lake View police,
took the stand and said there was paint oa
on end of the key of tb trunk aandar to
tbat on tbe fWr of the cottage.
Three hunter who discover 1 th trnnk
in a field near tb road on May 5. and sev
eral officer wbo bad worked on tbe case tes
tified as to hauling th trunk to tb polio
gtaiion, its condition, the condition of tbe
Carlson cottage, and other matters corrob
orative of ttie testimony already reported in
Identification of Kunse,
Tbe last wit less ot the day was William
L. James, a youth of IS years, and b was
tbe first to connect Kunse, tbe young Oar
man, with the conspiracy. The boy ia en
gaged in his father's ofhx, which in tbe
early part of tbe year was opposite the room
to which tbe turn t jre bought by "Si
nonds" waa first taken, and overlooked that
room. He testified tbat one day in th lat
ter part of February or the beginning of
March he aaw a man at tbe window
of the Simon la room. It waa
late in the day and be took particular notice
of tbs man because b bal on only an under
shirt and drawers and waa aittiug close tu
tbe window washing his feet. On being
a-ksd to point out that man in th court
room tb boy without hesitation said Knox
wss th same man. A searching cross ex
amination failed to shall tb boy' testimo
ny in tbe leatt.
THE VISGIN'A CAMPAIGN.
Attempted Assassination To Be Wound
I P by Mob Law.
Ricbmoxd, Ta., Nov. 7. Particulars bsv
been received here of an attempted assassin
ation by six negroes, near Halifax, Omega
precinct, Tuesday, of Mr. R. M. Terry. The
story told is as foil 01: Mr. Terry got into
a diffijulty with a negro wboseemelto b
trying to obstruct tb window at tb poll.
Tbi brought oa a ganaral row, and several
negroes told Tarry tbat If be waa at Omega
at sundown be would be killed. Terry went
to South Boston to vote and thsu returned
to Uuieca, accompanied by Meesra E. R.
Nblin, E. N. Hardy, W. R Wilktneon, H.
C Poindexter, Henry Howard anj Julian
A right Over the Ballot-Boaas.
Arriving at Omega tbey say tbey found
tbat tha polia and ballot-boxes had bean
taken poeion of by tbe R -publicans, wbo
refused to leave tbe room and wjre prevent
ing tbe counting of the votes. A flgbt en
sued, and it was, from ad account, a lively
arlmmag. Terry and bis friends cam out
and started Lack to Booth Boatoo.
Fired ou ia th Wood.
In a dark body of woods they were fired
on. Tbey stood their groun 1 and returned
tbe fire, tbeir assailant running away. Mr.
Neldin wa (hot in tb right eye. He cam
to Riobtnnnd jester Jay mornio; for treat
meat. Cbappell was peppwred with (hot on
hip and bead.
A I ynchlng I'lubable.
A body of armed men ou horseback went
Thursday night to search for tue would-be
aasaasina. They aucoeeied in catching all
the six negroes. Tnere is an undercurrent
of great sxo.tement, but ordinarily every
tkiug is quiet. As it ia r-p rted here tbat
Mr. Nebl.n will lo an eye. if not both;
there is further trouble feared. I: wa
deemed probable that all six negroes would
b lynobed last night
TWO HIGH-TONED THIEVES.
They Rob a Toledo Bank of Nearly Slaty
TOLEDO, O., Nov. 7 Citiaens of Toledo
war astounded yesterday morning to barn
of th arrest of E. H. Van Hosws, formerly
cashier of tb Toledo National bank, who is
charged with rmbexxling $54,000 from that
institution wbil acting in th bov-natned
capacity. He was arrested Monday, but th
matter w kpt secret until he wa brought
befor United State Commissioner Hall yes
terday morning. J. li McKe. formerly
teller in th aam bank, waa arrested Tues
day night In Chicago, charged with complic
ity in th crima, and brought back bare,
waiving requisition papers. Bail was fixed
at $70,WO in each case, and tb bearing con
tinned till Saturday next
Illstory or th Rasealltv.
Th crookedness of Mr. Van Hasten and
bis accomplice wa discovered about a year
ago by Bank Examiner Sullivan, who noti
fied tb stockholders that tha matter must
b flxsd up at one, lse b would arrest the
mbeatlara. Tb bank officials wr amased
and at first refused to believe th examiner's
story, but wer convinced of th frauds. Mr.
Van Hoasen begged to be abildd from x,
p oeure, and alter a con pi of day of consul
tation several of tb stockholders made good
tb deficiency. Mr. Van Hoeaau waa at
onoa diamisaed, Mr. H. a Young tstcomiag
his snoosaaor. Tu matter bad remained in
this shape vsr ainoa, until within th past
fw day, wbo It waa determined that tb
mbeasling cashier and teller should be
prosecuted. Both parti hav bn promi
nent in oh arch and aooial circle, and their
arrest ba eaused a sensation.
Win Return B as lease Again, rrabably.
BAXtWoaxv Hd., Nov. 7. Saturday nxt
Oeorg Bell, alia Wmtam. oa of th nsoet
notorious forgera in America," will be re
leased from the Maryland penitentiary, hav
ing completed a ten years' sentence. He
was the aciwmplic of Charles O. Brock,
way, th prino of forgers, in tbs most dar
ing crime ot the kind on record hi this city,
gettiug about f 10,000 from tl Baltimore
banks. Brock way waa released two years
Made a Diversion In th Rear.
CoLCMBca, O., Nov. 7. A special to Tbe
Dispatch from Marion, O., says: A daring
robbery waa perpetrated at the jewelry store
of John Ubler last night at 7 o'clock. TJhler
waa in tb rear of the store, when a back
window waa smashed with stone, and when
b ran to discover who threw them, a sneak
ran in tb front door and secured a tray of
gold watches valued at f3M No clue.
Let th Law Kill th Other.
New York, Nov. 7. John Buiith, alia
Williams, a no oriou tough, during a polit
ical quarrel Tuesday night witb an ex-jail-biid
named Bray, who had j.ist been re
leased from Sing Sing afwr serving a sen
tence of seventeen years, emptied flv
chargfa of a revolver into hi abdomen.
Bray was taken to the hospital In a dying
condition, bmith waa arrested.
A Jealone Husbaml'e Crime.
Scotia, Neb., 7. J. L. Fordeniore, a
prominent man bere, was shot three times
and almost instantly killed about 11 o'clock
Tuesday uigbt by Calvin Madison, in front
of th latter' residence. Madironwas jealous
of Pordsmore, and got into a quarrel witb
him, whioh resulted in tbe tragedy.
No Jury Yet for Hvlhar.
Besskmkr, Mich., Nov. 7. No Jury has
yet been obtained iu tbe Hoixhay trial Two
hundred and thirty talesmen have been ex
amined and rejected.
THE BROTHERHOOD'S COUNCIL.
A Committee at Work on a Form of Con
tract for I layers.
New York, Nov. 7. Tb Base Ball Play
ers' brotherhood waa in secret session all
yesterday afternoon and evening, Al John
son, of Cleveland, hsving been mad tem
porary president, and John Morrill, of Bos
ton, temporary secretary. It is understood
that tbe only busiuess transacted wa the
appointment ot a committee to draw up a
form of players' contract, an 1 that tbe
Brotherhood are waiting to bear from tbat
committee. At 10 p. m. the committee sent
word that th contract form coul i not be
finished until to-iy, and the Brotherhood
then adj nirned. John Morrill, Harry
Wright, and Henry Chatwicx ar among
those spoken of for president ot th new
goulh Sea Cannibal Shelled.
MxLBOVRNK, Nov. 7. A number of na
tive of tb Solomon islands decoyed an Eng
lishman named Nelson and three native boys
to en of tbeir village and then murdered
them. Tha bodies of the victims were de
voured by their murderers Upon learning
of the massacre, tb captain of the British
cruiser Royalist proceeded to tbe scene and
belled tbs villages along tbe roast wbr
the murders were comm. tie I. Tbe nativea
drsvrted th villages and fled to tb hills,
where they era safe from pursuit Oiber
case of cannibalism on tue island are re
ported. The American Member Bolted.
Cairo, Nov. 7. It has leaked out tbat at
a conference of foreigu repres-nt.itive and
consuls which was held before tb arrival of
th Prince of Wales, Mr. E ig-ne Schuyler,
American msmler ot tbe international
court, prop-svd that the piarty me.t tbe
prince at tbe railway station in full uniform.
A vote wa taken on tbe proposition witb
the result of defeating it, whereupon Mr.
Schuyler indignantly left the mwtinj and
absented himself from the reception.
They Don't Sign at Jarkson, Mich.
Jackson, Mich., Nov. 7. Tue New York
World U fi xxling this city with petitions for
signers with which to memorialist congress
that tbe World's fair be loatedio New
York. Thus far n t a smg signature has
been placed on any pwtuion, aliu.u;h tbe
pspers are placed in tbe most conspicuous
places in tbe city, and efforia are made by
tbe paper's representative bere to get some
on to sign the forlorn bone.
Wauts Another M hark at allhury.
Nov. 7. William 0 Itrien has
applied for a new trial of bis uit for libel
at;inst Lord Salisbury. Mr Uul.t, couusel
for O'Brien, in makin ; Ui- apln-atin, said
tbat Salisbury, bavin; in iistii:c: terms
charged O'Brien with inciting murder aud
robbery, bad sought t j i-tify twe large by
quoting a ewcb inciting boycott This
defense, be said, wss la,; .ill'' ins 1 i ia:.
Flack t'lars a Slisrp (tame.
Nrw Yore, Nov. t U.mwi tor S'.ieriff
Fiaok applied to fie couri of oyer and ter
miner yeeierday to bve the in lictment
against him for conspiracy 111 1 1 divorce
matter et aside, on the run 1 tbat it wa
based on tb tcstim ny of Sirs Flack, and
hta not legally cmi'.ent t 1 lesiny against
her busliaud. D -cisin 1 wji r s rro i.
Eniror William bas left Constantinople
Rev. T. DeWitt Talmag bas arrived at
Paris cn h: journey to PsnUna.
Different pMrtioa of tbe body of a man
were found Monday sonttered all over Chat
tanooga, Tenn, supposed to be a murder.
Repmria received at Zsnaibsr state that
Dr. Peters, tb celebrated Germao explorer,
and almost his entire party, have been maa
eaored by native.
Dr. W. A Faster, of Curran. near Spring
field, Ilia, disappears frooa hia home a Boat
a sreek ago, and hi family la In total ignor
ance of hie whereabout.
Faunce, oa trial at Decatur, Ills., for tb
murder of MU McKtnley some time ago,
was found guilty Wednesday aud sentenced
to 09 year in state' prison.
Tb aupram court of Indiana bas decided
tbat tbe law t tbe last legislature prohibit
ing tb piping of natural ga out of th state
Is unconstitutional and void.
Tb Pea-American delegate wer at Pitta
burg Wednesday. Tb principal festivity
was a reception at tb hotel at night, at
which dancing wa a feature muchenjoysd
by th South American diplomats.
Frank Pnniok, a well-known citian of
Hall township, Dubois county, Iud., was
hot four time Tuesday evening by a
oousin named John Rennick. Tba shooting
was ooprevsked, od th wounded man wid
Carroll Hicks and Jama Jordan, two
young farmers who lived near Fredericks
town, Ma, had a difficulty whic'i tbey set
tled with shot gun aud pistol in the high
road. Hick bad th shot gux Jordan is
While walking on tb 0 J Colony railway
nar Meadville, Mia, Mrs. Elixsbetb Swal
low ateppe 1 from before a train going one
way right in front of one going the other.
She waa cut in two, th lower part of ber
body falling into the river.
At Danville. III.. Wednesday a 17-year-old
girl and her sweetheart tried to get a
liceue to wad. Investigation diacleajd th
fact tbat aba had already been married to an
old man by compulsion. Tbe name of th
per tie war Nellie Jame and James XV.
Mather, of Warren oounty, Iudiaua.
Wednesday tb aum or $4X1.000 waa paid
over by th Canadian government to Father
Turgeon, at Quebec, representing ta Jesuit
order in Canada, in consideration ot tha or
der' total and pierpetusl abtudoament of
claims to tb ostites wbicb bcam th prop
erty of th crown when Ibe order wa sup
pressed nearly a century ago.
Mis. France Wlllard Sued.
Chicaoo, Nov. 7. As tbe result of a quar
rel over tbe management ot tbe National
Woman's T.-mperancs hoipltal in this oity,
Mrs. Dr. Mary Weeks Burnett entered suit
yeaterdav for 140,0411 damage for libel
against M s France E. Wlllard and others
of tb W. C. T. U. The alleged libel i con
tained in a circular sent out by tbe defend
an a, which Mrs. Burnett say makes un
truthful charge against her.
4 a Ea-Kdllor ou Hall.
Chicaoo, Nov. 7. J. J. West aud Charles
Graham, former manager and secretary of
Tba Chicago lime company, gav bail in
Judg Baker' court y. s'-erday on tb In
dictment against them for overissuing
Time stock and signing th (took certifi
cate M eat gave bail in tbe aum of f 12 500
and Graham (10,000.
Plow factory Burned at Duboqua.
Dcbcqce, Ia., Nov. 7. The Norwegian
Plow factory' works in tbi city, tb largest
establishment of the kind in tbi state, ware
destroyed by fir last evening. Tb loss la
estimated at MO.OOO, and Is fully covered by
lamiraao. Tb firm employed 132 hand. It
will b rwbaile
lWe are now well into Autumn with its changeable weather aud will soon see the Mer
enry go downwards in the Thermometer, consequently all ought to prepare for it. In
There is no better place to
TELEPHONE NO. 105S.
WEDDED IX HASTE.
A Social Sensation Among Chi
cago's Four Hundred.
BSILLIAKT SOCIAL EVENT SPOILED
By Two lllghtnuetl Youngsters Getting:
Unletly Mairled ami tiolng Vest The
Weiltlliic Feast and a tireat Society Af
fair Inileflultely t'oatponed "Sam
Thing, th I'nblln Can't t'iini Out and
This Is On ot Them."
Chicago, Nov. ?. Mi M Lester, tb
pretty blonde 19-venr-oM daughter of Jubn
T. Lester, the 10,(KXI,OJ0 board of trad op.
erative, baselopad with you iff Puil Armour.
Tbey left tbs city yesterd iv, and their
whereabouts ar at present unknown. Tb
marriage of the young couple wa to bav
taken place, in tbis city, and preat prepara
tions bad been made for tbs event Tbe
lover mysteriously disn;iperej yesterday,
ami it ia supposed they went to Milwaukee.
John T. Lester, the father of tbn hr.d-, is ill
in bL He a Imitted Inst night tbat bia
daughter ba l left tbs city, but professed ig
norance as to her whereabout.
Married and Gitn West.
The Herald say tbe young people "aer
married yesterday afternoon, and early in
tb eveiiiucr. took a train for tb wst Tbis
announcement will create a big sensation in
uppertandom and startle tha social world
generally, not only in Chicago but through
out tba nasi, where the young people wer
wMly known. It bad been known for some
time that young Armour would wed Miss
Lester some tune duriug th winter, and not
loug ago a favored few were informed that
tbe wl ling had bea set for Nov. 20, an
earlier data tban was anticipated, but tbi
wft attributed to the fad tbat Mr. and Mrs.
Ji-bn T. Lester would soon depart for Eu
rope. The Queer Feat ares ot tha Cat.
"The carls for tbe ceremony bad nut been
U-Ufl, but Nov. "JO ba 1 been decided upou
as tbe diite for tbe nuptials. This fact and
ti.a additional one tbat only about half a
dcaen pvisms witnessed th ceremony yes
terday ar Ibe queer features of th affair
thnt will astound society and cause
a flutter of amazement along the line of
gilded femininity in which Mis Lester
I or Hied a leading part. Jut why tbe data
for the ceremony was cl.anged so abruptly
from Nov. 2U to yesler.iay is not clear. In
fact there is no clew w i.atever to tbe cause.
The members of tbe t. fmnilie re utel iu
a most emphatic ni'itm r to s;eak about the
matter ami could nt ts persuaded to give
even the barest ili'lM.i A rUtive, how
ever, was found wuo .'uruiJieJ tbe princiiial
What the Relative Said.
The relative wbo la.k.-d alioui tbe Straus
weddin; had this to siy :
Those yoiini; people a ere married this aft
ernoon, and tha'.'s all tbere is to it. The wed
diuc day was cbanged because tbey wauted
it chanced. It was simply a family cere
mony and I don't see that any fu-s u-te i b
md of it. It tb matter eemg strange to
people we can't help it. Tht-re ar soma
thing tbe public c tn t fin 1 out and tbis i
ou of them."
Postuiaiters at Washington.
Washington Cut, Nov. 7. Twnty
postmasters from the principal poatofTio in
tb country hav been sumrmae 1 to Wash
ington by Postcuas'er General Wanamakar
for the pur pis j of consultation. Tb eon-
ferwtics beenn yesterday at the postofflce de
partment, lmmas er General Wanamakar
himself presiding. Tbe obi -ot of tb confer
eno, like those r-coutlv held here bv th
postofflce inspectors and railway mail su
perintendents, is to iitercbang ideas for
tb be.termeut of th postal service through'
out tb country and to enable the posttnas
tar gnrl by personal contact with tb
postinaatars to learn of th nads of tb
service and to supply defl isucies where poa
ibla The conference will o ntlnue several
day. Among the prominent pos'anastare
ber are tboee irom Nw Y ft, Boston, Chi
cago, New I irleans, Was-iin;ton, Nasbvill,
Buffalo, Charleston and Philad lobia.
Chicago. Nov. .
Wuotstio'is cn the board of trade to-day
were aa follows: Wh-at-Xo. S November,
openrd TVffcc. closed Two: I i coin ber. opened
sc. closi K'V .May. op,n.d and closed
M-c. Corn Xu. 2 Xovember. opened 3 He.
clotted 3 c: lv eiuner. opti.ed B1V. closed
aitt,:; Ma), op-nei and c nrd 1m,c. Oat
Xo. X Xoit tiller, opened Ih. , closed
Iiereinber. u;en;l and doted lfiic; Mar,
opeue-l ami rloe I ':. i . 1 ork - Xovnilr.
I'pened and clo-e I $v.ii- je.nr. w.vtie l .vl.
Clo-d -.!;-. January. olXrl.e-l S -.111. closed
fv l.urd -Noveajln::-. o;,iiv-d au I c osd
Uv Ktoik - In lonhij were the quotutli ns
at the I niou stoik yardn: H,,. arket
opened filrly a. the. i.ut prices were fie
lower; li-bi sr.!e. K.-;.4i: iou black
ing. fl.Toj.l.M: ndxel lis, l.sri., heavy
pat kin.- ai,d aluppiiig 1. Is f.KVa-. 5. lat
tie Oiiod to t bo . e liru, 1 tt-nl infer or to
good weak, f I.O- M II o -. Jl.lHi .!; St.K'k-
ers aud feie:s. S-u.t;.'.tio. f-be--p 1 arket
steaily: muttons, (i nnw .sern .!.
4. l i; lambs. l.t '..ii. c. minion lauiba very
rinluce: Butter-Kan -y Klrin creamery.
.MjhMW P r lb Unest dairy. 1. "c: packing
stock. Tio.li . KkTs strictly fresh; l Hiltic
per dot: ice hn' sj. It-M'.c Liv ponltry
Hen. ;i iic per 10; tu. keys. jWc: ilucas. So;
geese, ii ") t.;..'i r t-u i'otaioes-beauty
of He mri. 2 . t -Tc wr b 1 on track; common
and niixed lot . 1 c-c. Applet t.ood to
fancy. Jl.i'i t-' ju p.r .M. Cnuilwrriea-Wia-consin,
t.0ifcT.ri per bbl
Xew Yoiik, Nov. 6.
Wheat Xn. 2 red winter cash. tlo; do t)e
remler. Mljj: do January, oVo; do My,
SV-sc. Corn N . t nil ted cash. -i-Hc: do N
vembsr 41 He; do December, 4-c: do January,
41-c. Cat liull; Xo. s mixed cash. o:
do barember, 3uf do January. i'c d
May. ITHc. ye-UulL l-arley Nominal.
Fork Dull and low r. mess. $U.So for in
potd. Lard steady; November, feJM;
Hay rpland prairie. $775
Hay TlmoUiv new g.uu.
Hay Wild, &.0OQ4S a
rsxaioe IS &90c.
Onsl ttofi llsrhatit ra.0
Oard Wood Oak, tt.K; Hickory, to.
Am important Element
Of tbe aucoets of Hood's Sareaparilla ia
the fact tbat every purchaser receives a
fair equivalent for bia money. Tbe fa
milllar headline. "100 Doses One Dol
lar," stolen by imitators, is original with
and true only of Hood's Sarraparilla.
Tbis can easily be proven by any one
wbo desires to test tbe matter. For
real economy, buy only Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. Bold by all druggist.
A contemporary bas an article oa "Slip
shod Milk Inspection." No article of
food requires so thorough an inspection
as slipshod milk.
IN MAN? ARTICLES OP
CHANGE WITH THE SEASONS.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS,
trade than at
STOVES AND RANORS
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal.
. orn.mental,08inn '0Dg ?f
buy no other.
popular that U Thtn?Ply !. ,he,ccl,;brtet ROUND OAKS. Tbis bas been
VVJLVnJl -ecrupu.oua parlies. but
agent for above trend. ,
- B . ,. . u,Uri ueeirauie gooas, Hardware, etc.
Cor. Third avenue and Twentieth St., Rock Island
SPECIAL SALE ATT
1605 Second Avenue.
200 Muffs at 45c worth 75c. 100 Muffs at 8."c w orth Jl.jf.i
Beaver, Seal, Monkey, Oppossura Muffs and Setts, going
cheap at this Special sale. Fur Tiimtnings in all
widths and kinds. Fur work of all kinds guaranteed first t las,
Sitn of tbe Red Glove, west of Market tjqiurc.
Proprietor of the Old and well-known
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Has opened with an eritire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc.
faTFrejh Farm Produce always on band
yit. 'mart desires a renewal of hia old trade and will trj and give patrons prices and treatment
a of yore.
A. J. SMITH Sc SONT,
FULL LINE OF
Mantles. Tiles and Grates,
Now ready for jour inspection. Call and sew our assortment and
' compare our prices before but ing.
A. Ji SUITH & SON,
135 and 187 West Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
VENTILATOR for Hard Coal
ALADDIN Stoves. This is beautiful in
1 0,ul, ,or Mlcr celB8 " Jou w
uy r "ecitwith. 1 am tbe so
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
N. P. F. NELSON,
2119 Fourth Avenue,
for the best custom made
-sTUrpairini? neatly done.
COMPLETE IN ALL
For Catalogues Address
J. C. DUNCAN,