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THE "ROCK ISIjAND AKGUS. FBIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1889.
TIIK DAILY ARGUS
JOMN W POTT1W.
Fhtdat Niiv-khbui 8. 1BH9.
Tin Oent-aen RtpuMe cnnaolea Itself
with the tbotitftit that Henry county
ilMlnl r-pu'li-n tte" attorney laat
Tueda. No wnnlrl E. C. Grave
wa th only cnJiJ- Ureal victory,
Iw comrciTutini; on ' defeat or Me
hone In VirKlni. luter-Oetnn ityt:
"Th 'motlir of ureiilent' hu thus pat
herself upon tlx " 'CTe' politick
crime at Mi-toi-ipi' and Louisiana."
Will the . 0 tell " '' Ohio and Iowa
I.I face of the calamity that befell the
republican party In Ohio and Iowa on
Tuesday the worn out rheitnut of u th
em democratic intimidation anil bull
doting In Virginia itnelli miMtlvr than
ever. Come. io't it alxiuttlme toapring
Tb national mlw convention will
mt in St. Louie tbe 36th of November
Pi-leffati will he presenlfrom all parte
of Die country, being equally distributed,
each Mate and territory having twenty
each, with the provision that the "exocu
live committee iliall appoint 100 at Urge
from the United State. The Indicatlone
ere that the confection will be a very
large one and that both mining and ag
ricultural Induoriee mill be strongly rep
rrwnted aiuontr the delegate.
W ha III lit
Naturali enough there will he a great
dvaire nn the part of 'he many repuhlN
can to know j j -t how that thins hap
pened on Tuesday. They were expect
mi a different reu!t The bought ir
lory of IN- had led them to auppoae that
their pery was In the atrrndency and the
rraiilta of Tuesday'! balloting will ur
prise lliem more and more a they are
rimiineil. Even f.lder Harrison, tbe
tentnt of the white house, will be per
plt ieil, and all the almanac and ecrap
hor lit will not enlighten biro.
The Lo-d dii Rleed be the name
of the Lord.
Lnr. h.w l Hil.' Thi-jr Ml ma (hat the la's
N qni'i p'"-!!) tif'r. (itau n p a, raar of hl'iea,
Ai,.i t" Hunk that rx'U I' . iu It c It wa hare
Cur to ' ineaa nun Tr. ha ( ina ami )uinc
ih iithir ai.ia
I i:m kv aut;ia'l thr of mlrarle
Mill Hi nrxiM llitt I ra ar hfanl or read
Ni it m rhia
Ir ! a aii'i nar that baa hn equalej ttlom tn
Ami in ihiiktl,t It alinuM bappra nmlr air ail
1 v kimn tU proper way ita sriloa to roa
Bui I a hi. til b rj koowa what It beat for
lii'li !.. .1.1.
An. I t' l-fi a lib o, hl. h yon know la gi-ttlug
To 1 .Inn, tbat aiai. I o. ihrT as, la off this
AuJ -.i'nkrhia lire alarm will nvr more ilia
tiiii i.ilnHv, dear XI.' "I'll. Ton know what
t ! I k.. i.h
II ..I U a. li'rvni flir vl. Torjr which li at lmt to
lian'H h" p'H him is Ih war In eighteen
Ah'l wiiii wii niii'. !. on wr're riailv aioTeil hjr
I ih 'in I iimn.; aetlnri'in the bimt of I'rovt
rtnf I tr'.tt that f i.m ilua rtia'ialtwlll party oriler
hu1 ii .w I' 1 .okt ih i ili Uf Lord had orey
iloii. Ilia thilirf
Hot L v.'. 'tin mi Hk 1iw-htu1iig a atriking all
Ht.i'.n.l ..f lair
I u, ivif ii i ini.li- th r:iif 1nrltlirrn al'litj-
aii.i ii ir I rural) to trv amt atev another I or
T'i iM'-y la ann 'y no' annltl uninier hln.
M . kar proptivtic vision plaina aa a foottiig
Wl.i t i wWa a though 'twaye formail to "e lha
1'V 'i ..i.l pirTy a -liroail.
Anil t ir Kk too aroraiy 1 may Ut the loan from
itai'it nn befun-the totera .bl!e tbey bury bin
Tbe ..-.nt lmt;i it .ina lit my Trjr ao wtrb
I fiar iti Lorit and iliiiuoi rata are getnp; to unite.
Tuf. In.lintiapnlia Stntintl aya laat
Tucaday'i ulectioti waa fitch a rebuke for
the ailiniiiHtratlon of flenjamiii Ilarriton
ai faw aila,luitratioiia in our biaUtry
hare ri'ci'ivifd It U a thundering popu
lar prutvit a'inst hi wanton disregard
if pleilifea anlenni'y made to the, country,
and hi" antxervii'iiry to the trilutl, cor
ponttlnuai and oionii(!it'a which seated
liliu in the prcsiduntlal chair. It meant
that the people are coming to their
ai'Dnei on the great question of taxation,
and thai they hotrm to lee tlie folly and
wickndueaa of the policT which, though
the atfency of the kovorunicijt, tranifers
the earnln'ii of the many into tbe pock
et of the few. It mean that the peo
pie want honeat 'oTerninent, that they
are opposed to auUtullea. that they are
urfeited with nrflidal cant and
political falaai pretensea, that
they have repi-uted themselvc
(f thn bllndtiea whii U led them
laat fall to turn out oT power an adminii-
tratlon whith had fearleaaly nnd ably
treed the interest of tlie peop'.e, and
had waifed earnest war aeainat lax taters
land grabliora, and the whole icur?y race
of public plunderer ot hiiih and low de
gree hurh. lu brief, is a I, at Tuesday ' work
means, as we interpret It. Lot democrat
reerywhirc retire1 Ii ihem tend by
their color everywhere' I-t them keep
their Rtandaid full high iu air, and pro
claiming, day by dny. tbe great doctrine
of It flertou and Jackson, of Tildcn and
Hendricks and OveUu.t. that taxation
for any other than public purpose 1 a
crime against the intople, they will find
ihemselTe in Iff! again la poeion
of the national government, and with full
power to carry out their grand mission.
A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. SI.
Sulliv.n v..a .truck by a falling brick
while at play yesterday, and he sustained
everal bruises and tcrV.cbe. but nothing
of a sonoua nature.
Oeo. W. Ilrown hud the aecond fJognr
and Index fingers of his right hand man
gled while operating a "Slollne Dull
d"er" at the Uo. k Island plow work
yesterday, and Ir. I,ul and Hocfle were
ohhiiud to amputate the second finger
hetween the tlrst and econd joInU, and
retiioye the tip of tlt! nit.x finger.
Mis. Amelia fmith. a Mollne young
lady of twcnly.two yer,, met with a pe
culiar and serious accident yesterday
ler dre. catching lire from a Lard ooal
tove, and before .he discovered her pre
dicament the tHrucs ao enveloped her
that she was badly burned before they
could be .uhdued. Uer CJrtet tlone
aved her llftt tld her luiurie. are severe
a It I.
The democracy of Scott county with
ihe .nthuniaiilc cnperlion of friends,
will celebrate the election of Hon. Hor
ace Bole, at Turner ball. Davenport, to,
morrow night. lion. John C. Bill. ha.
con.ented to act a. chairman of tbe
meeting. Bbort ipeechea will be made
by Mayor Clau.ien. Judge French. Con
greman Ilye, Hon, J. W. Btewart,
Ouita? Donald, Hon. E. E. Cook. Hon.
Wm. 0. Schmidt, L. M. Fisher and oth.
rmcaai Boat Uay.
I'm :tth of June is a xreaU (ala day in
China. The unjust punMintent of celebrated
tataainan of loo; ago, wbleb resulted in hi
suicide by drowning he threw himself from
boat Is commemorated by a prorwdun of
boats, the races betweem thetn being the chief
features of the day. UfTorlnga of rice are
chrowa Into tbe water to feed tlie martyr's
spirit. The dragon hunts, long and narrow,
front sixty to a hundred feet in k-uah, are
built and owned by different chwia, guilils or
rillMgn, and geeat la the rivalry between
them. The large Imnta, dworated w ith silk
banuen nml embroidered Hug, are attended
by smaller one, whk-h supply substitute
rowers in caso, as very often liappnns, any of
the men should tm overcome by the beat.
Tbey abu take charge of the gift uf trine and
roaxt pig wUich are sent out to the boats by
the shopkeepers before whose buildings tbey
Tbs pig exchange of C'antoo i situated nenr
the opening of the canal, which divides tin
KiKhsli i"onceiinti from the Chinese city. It
is always bliuritl iu its gift", omsmuently tbs
canal is alive the whole day with dragon
liti, snd Imeil on Ixitti aides by gay crowds
drei i In tlioir holidny clothes, the lunnjlod
iMilor of oniniv. retl, green, fiurple amTlilue,
hi all rhudes, uiHKiug Ihe crowd present the
mint brilliant ami vm legated appearance.
Hofhitiorntenrothc pivparstions at Cauton
i lint one day does not auMlce for the busts to
iuak Ihe round of cults on their patrnns, and
ihe fwtlivul often continue till the third day.
SSoine year, in coiiepi.-iice of some fierce en
itmuter the year before, th sutlioritira forbid
the bust to imrade, still then dire lathe grief
of tbe small boy. and of ninny Iniyr Ikits.
Tim t'liine-o work a hsi d that it i s pleas
ant siglit toaoe tliein give theineles to the
eiijoytneut ol the day with such a childlike
eiiiliu-Uivn At night all tin guildi give din
ners to their 1-oaUnen, and there la feasting
everywhere No wonder that the sober,
Indiistrioua ioplo look forward with such
delight to their feast of tlie afth day of the
rl.tb moon Voting Ladies' Journal
Nhskespeare After His ftealnratloa.
From the Restorstioo to tbe middle of the
reigu ot tueeu Anne tbe plays of Shakes
pears had, with few exceptions, vanished
from the stage; now seventeen or eighteen
are produced every season, tbe gi-nuiti text
replacing Ihe garbled versions of thescting
H little did plavera genersUy know of
ShHkepeare Hint Mrs. rVitchard bad uever
read more of 'Macbeth" tban her own part
as wntteu out and delivered to her by the
prompter. "She bad no more thought of the
play, out of ber own rart," said Dr. Johnson,
"than Ihe shoemaker tbluks of tbe akin out of
which tbe piece of leather of wbleb be as
milking a pair of shoes is cut."
Defers Oarrick's coming, "Macbeth," adul
terated by Sir William Daveuant, and with
Ixx ke's music, was acted with all tbe magni
ficence of an opera; when Garrick announced
that for Hie future Sbakeepeam, and not
Davennnt was to be played, no one was more
astonished than (Jiiln. Why," said he, "do
you uwnn to aav that we hare not been play
ing Hliniicspeere all this whilef"
Ami yet dm Tick departed not from the tra
ditioiis of dresa, but played the Highland
Thaue In a brown court suit hved with gold
and full tiottomed wig of tbe Oeorgiun era.
assurlug Want wben he inquired why he ad
hered to a usage so obaolete that be feared, if
he dared to change, that a bottle might be
flung at his head. Mrs. Pntchs.nl was Lady
Ma-betb, and it ta (aid to have been beyond
tlie power of words todo Justice to ber acting
luthaaceue where the guilty heroine walks
in ber sleep. It was of Garrlek iu the char
acter of Maola-th that Cibher made use or the
expression that be "outdid hit unml outdo
ing " Temple Bar.
( auaea of Bathing Aeeideula.
In auuiiulng up thecauius of so mauv bath
ing accidents, a writer lu The Analyst con
cludes that most of thwn sre msluly or en
tirely peraniisl. and so far preventable. Chief
among th- Is cramp To a large extent
this is practically Mention! with fatigue, for
It is not the frenh aud vigorous muscle which
most readily passes Into spasm. It is that
w hich is wearied with ovarni'tion, in which
effete products are In exie, uutrition cou
quenUy impaired, all molecular changes luu
guid, whore, finally, the muvemeut of con
traction. oUce initiated, gives way but lowly,
aud tends w linger and become tetanic.
The numbing Influence of cold Is another
well known obstacle to muscular activity,
and tor this reason it is nut, as a rule, advis
able to remain iu"re than a few mluutes in
tlie water. Maluutrition of lunacies la a
factor which ought not to be forgotten. It
supplies a reason why bathing very soon
after a meal Is not advisable, much of tbe
bluud required for muscular exertion being
then diverted to the digestive organs. Mo
likewise must it imums a cheek upon the
rasuue-M of those, adult and youth alike,
who, after a period of town life, with little
pbysn-al exercise, hud UiBiusnlves at the
coast, and insist on trying whether with
Jaded energies they cannot safely accomplish
faatta of swliuming.
It Was "A Corksr."
A tall, sare man caiue around ytntordav
ami stated that he had a good story to Ull.
' Jly wifs Is resKiiiathle for it." he remarked,
' and she thought it should be printed It was
like this," and be leaned heavily upon hi
cane aud pnajeeded to think a deep thought
Wheu he had Ouished this operation be said:
"She was called upon the other day by a
uiau who" Then the tall narrator paused
and rubbed his head in a sort of a desultory
dry shampoo way and thought ag iin. He
thought deeply, too. Then lis resumed: "It
was hue tuls ," but again he paused aud
resumed bis deep thought. Finally he con
f i us J himself beaten by saying: "I tell yon
wnat, I think I had better bavtj hr tell me
that story asau. All 1 remember about It
is that It Is a corker," aud h walked away,
stM thtiiktu deeply When his wifs tails it
to boil agutii il may b uand. Aa it I ha M h-t-tr
than the man w-biiCoiu,i up auU says: "1
hud a cn-at story for you, but I have forgotr
T'u il " Tlile man ri;iiitfiiiljereii at lMiit that
the story bis wif t-jlu Luu saa "u corkr. "
The Work of VI r bine.
Kunuerly ma-jhiue made liht vehiclva were
inlerior loaiise wrought iron, steel uud -sonr
t wood had to la workeil up by baud.
L'ut iron ami muUeuMe irou only were sus
ceptlliieuf Iwiut; iiuH.-d by iitaehiu-ry. and
no machinery for the production of l.niiin-d
wilwork had lawn lnveutl. ( oui-ui'iitly
tiie consuiuiT could only cU' lt wvu ths
extreiiKM of expeuse aud utility. There was
no happy uiedluni. Now, however, wrought
iron and sTsei ars aa easily worked as chm-as;
and as fur woodwork, machiuiry does inmrly
ad of It t'Il. lults and oftxu suiall pli:es
are tauil out of Ihe rd hot Irou just as
wU aud mtluiteiy foster than they could he
made by huid ; and the heavy iron work Is
done by drop forcing Woodwork Ii planed,
carved and mortised by machiuery. All this
saving of labor cut down the pri -e to the
oonsumer of the first cluas article, while it
takna nothing from the quality of the male
rials. The day of malleable and cost lion
road vehklee may even uow le said to have
quite paused Interview In Kt. Louis UIoIjs
ijemocrst. Uarsiss Hlls frlsal Arranatad
BaLT LaKI ClTT, U. T , Nov. 8. Oeorge
Haneook, Mormon high priest, baa been sr
rsstsd at 1'aysou, ehargs I with murdering
Mrs Harp slid bor son, (a-aorge Jones. The
Viotims wnre accuse I of incest when they
were slain, hut the O iiitdos .ay it was a
Ths Turk la tin tut al rmnilasa.
CoNSTAaTltson.B, Nov. h. On the eve of
his ilsrturs fur Bar I In, Count Herbert
Bismarck had an audience with the sultan,
wis promised to Germany and tiie triple
al'aancs the frlamilahin of Turk-
Tbe Union Pacific railway. "The Over
land Route," hu equipped Hi train with
dining car of the latest pattern, and on
and after Auguit 18th the patron of It
fait tralna between Council Bluff and
Denver, and between Council Blufl and
Portland, Ore., will be provided with
deliciou meals, the Lett the market af
fords, perfectly served, at 75 cents each.
Pul lman'a Palace Car Co. will have charge
of the service on these oart.
"Heaven's last best aclf t rav ever naw
delight," la not my brown stone house.
nor my carnage and pair, nor my line
new vacbt. nor my prettiest girl, nor my
hope of a seat in congress, nor these,
but my wonderful cure for pain, Balva
A competent girl to do general houses
work. Mrs. J. W. Potter, 731 Seven
There are many L. L. D's. in this
country, but there are lots of laws that
need doctoring fust the tame.
RAGE OF A MANIAC.
Bloody Work Done by an Un
riV MEN SLASHED WITH A ENIFE.
One fttsbbsd ta ths Heart and Vhs Others
Fearfully Cat Testimony tn the Crania
Case Iaa Coughlln Identified am a Man
XI ha Entered Murder Cottsje on ths
Fatal Might A Brave Telegrapher's
Pate That Toronto Yarn Yicoroualy
Dee ted from Daaver, Colorado.
Niw Orleans, Nov. 8. A butchery,
probably tbe work of an Insane man, oc
curred Wednesday at Bayou Boeuf. La., in
which two men were killed and four desper
ately wounde.1 Quite a number of people
bed gathered at a hamlet to attend a "wake."
Among these wa. Leon Thibodrauz, who
waa standing on the railroad platform. A
stranger approached Mr. Thibodeaux and
slapped him familiarly on the back. Mr.
Tbibodeaiis remonstrated with the man,
who, for answer, drew a long knife and
plunged it Into Thibodeaux'. back and neck.
Uia brother, Neil Thibodtaaux, ran to his
assistance, and was alsom.it by the stranger'
knife, which wa thrust into his throat,
partly severing one of the srteries and caus
ing him to full to the ground from loss of
A Poor Bhnt and Mors Itloody Work.
Meanwhile Leon Thibodeaux had succeeded
In drawing his revolver and fired one shot
at hi assailant without bitting hi in. Melaa
Thibodeaux, a cousin of the wounded men,
then ran to their assistance, to lie met in
hi turn with the knife dripping with the
blood of bis relatives. In an instant it had
been plunged into his back and side. Inflict
ing two ugly wounds. Frank Pennisann
ran to the ai I of the wounded men. The
stranger plunged the knife into I'enniaeou's
heart. The poor fellow full over and died
almost without a groan.
Ths Manlae Killed at I.at,
The atranger then spranir upon Josh Mor
rison, a onBrml employe of tbe milroaiL
Morrison made a gallant fUbt and succeeded
in knocking down t ie murderer -verid
tlm-s before he fi ll himself, Willi ten cuts
on bis person. The murderer, apparently
satisfied with his work, then rsn to the
bayou and, stepping Into a ekilT, pushed off
into the stream. Mr. Aucbion piirsuml bim
and, after firing several ahots, struck tbe
murderer, who tumbled into the bayou and
sank out of sight.
HE IDENTIFIED COUGHLIN.
Milkwaaa Mart Maya He Haw Ihe Itelsrt
Ivs at Carleon'e rottnax.
Chicago, Nov. K. Link by link tin chain
of circumstantial evidence in the ( run in
murder trial conncte one or other of the
Bve defendants with that foul dee I. Cor
oner lierti was ths flrt witnss called yes
terday. His testimony waa not sensations!.
All bs was r omrel todo was to identify
the trunk, which he did Very completely.
Tbe restore of tbe day wss the evident of
William Marias, a milkman, who passed the
Carlson cottag on ths nl ht of the murder,
and, in fact, j ist before and just sfter ths
horrible work was dons.
Ths Milkman's Dlreet Aerslalinn.
He said that at half-pist S on that night,
as he wss walkm; pat the cottage, be saw a
buggy stop, a largt man in dsrk brown
overcoat gt ou rim up the slps a id let
bimslf into tn limw. The man who re
mained in tii hug;? tnrnl th horse
around and drove rapidly away. Lab-r,
when the witness ret urns. I home p-u-t tlie
cottage he beard the soun 1 of niiiuv-.
The witnees said he took a long look at the
driver, and remembered the apearance of
"Do you see those two men nowf" adced
the tat-' attorney.
"Yes," Mrts promptly replied, "ihat lit
tle fellow Kiiiiz. on the end of that row is
tbe one who drove, and tliit l.i follow
Cougbliii. sitting nrxt to O'Sullivan, tlie
Olio who went into the rottsge.'
lie l.lrd to Mr. tVln.
Attorny Wing conducted the i-riwa.xam-(nation.
ll could nut br ink the fon-e of the
Identitli'ation of Coughlln snd Kun in the
least, hoeovvr. As bs closed hi el imina
tion of witniHts, Wing sake. I:
"Didu'i you tell ms riglit nt your own
hous tliut you could not swear that Din
Coughlm wa the man that wont into that
"Ye. I did. I didn't want to be bothered.
I wanted to get everybody awny from
"Did vnu lie to ran or tell me the truthT
"On, I lied to vnu; y.-s, sir." Great laugh
ter. W lines ad le i that be hud hen told
by tbe police to tell no one anything.
I ort'h. Who Fnund the Key.
O. J. Lornh swore that he with oUi-r oftl
oers entered the Carlson cottage May &.
Hs found the key of the trunk .ou the floor
and with it locked and unlock 1 ths trunk.
There was paint on oue side of the key of
tbe asms color as that on the fljor. A mark
wss put cn the ky so thst the offk'ers would
know It azain. He also corroborated former
testimony aa to the blood on tbe floor and
said there were drop, of what appeared to
be blood on the steps outside the bouse.
Other I'olnts In the Evidence.
Frank Murray, of tbe Pinkertna a;ency;
x-Capt Schaack, of the Chicago olice
foroe, and Chief of Police Hubbard als tes
tified, tbe latrr as to ths custody of the
trunk since it was found. He Mid he had
kspt it nnder his own custody until delivsred
to the state's attorney. Murray and Schaack
told of conversations with O'Sullivsn. but
there was nothing importaut gleanni, O'Sul
livan simply ropestiug ths story of bis con
tract with Cronin, and denying
that bs sent any one for the doctor on May
- Capt. ttrhaau-k'a only intera-itlng testi
mony was where be aaid that Coughlm bad
tslsphond to him shortly before ths murder
making Inquiry about Kunz.
Capt. Kcbuettler, of the police, identified
tbe trunk by a private mark be had placed
upon It immediately after it was found. He
also told of going through the Carlson cot
tage, where he found a piece nf blood-stained
soap and some heir.
THAT TORONTO STORY A LIE.
No Lumber t amp Anywhere Kaar lasnvsr
Dckter, Colo., 'ov. it Ths s-nsstional
story telegraphed frem Toronto about a
doaen girls bring decoyed to iMuver under
lbs Impression thst they wars cuiutng to se
cure position ss domestics, and tlwn being
taken to a lumber camp and illu!'hed and
held prison! s for several weeks, is absolute
ly without truth. There is no lumber camp
within several day.' drive of the city, and
do such outrage bos ever been committed in
Mad Two Much 1 rus Oi It.
ToPllA, Ksu., Nov. 6. A bold e-l ime was
committsd at Wharton, one of ths Hants
Fe's new stations in Oklahoma, shortly tie
fore 1 oVIock yes'erday iniiniiu;. t'bsrh-s E.
Bin Ui, the night i.perutor wss in the station
with a coal daaler liamd James l'alterson,
wbea two masked man entered snd shouted
"Hands up" l'ntrerson tbrsw up hi hand
as ordered, but Smith, with tru grit, re
fused to do so. Tb-n a shut wa fired, and
Smith etcluimod: "I am bit" The mur
dervrs fled without taking mouy or valua
ble uf any sort The wounded man crawld
to the instrument ami notified the train dis
patcher ou duly at Kansas City and three
quarters of an hour later expired.
Haven't Lynched Thnao Negro Yet.
Dam VILLI, Va., Nov. 8. Tbe usruss who
are charged with shooting R IL Nublin. ex
member of tbe legislature, and Julius Cbap
pel, at Bouth Boston, Halifax county, on
Tuesday night, wars lodgsd in j id hare esrly
yesterday morning. One ot the negroes
confessed yesterday afternoon, and the rev
scenes of tbe people for lew and order
was immediately made manifest ia prepara
tion for lynching. The sheriff at ouoe
armed bis deputise aud telegraphed to Gov
ernor Lee for troops. Ths local militia com
pany wss ordered out and ia guarding tbe
JaU. The sheriff say. there will be a repeti
tion of Ids Birmingham, Ala., affair if
Judge Lyuch undertakes tn act.
cooping In ths Counterfeiters.
Lot Id VILLI, Ky., Nov. f A Chatta
nooga (Tenn.) special to Tbe Post says:
Jama. K Powsra, George Morris, Andrew
Ciason, and James A. Cisson have been ar
rested at Cleveland, Tenn... for passing coun
terfeit money, making ten arrests in this
city within a faw days. The operations of
tbe counterfeiters have been very sxtsusivs
throughout this section for several months
Ijrnobls Caahler Kohls.
EtICBIKVILLE, O., Nov. 8. Charles No
ble, assistant cashier of tbs Sinithflsld, Ohio,
National bank, this county, bas disappeared
with some , f the bank's funds. Two young
hdi, whose f,mUle are among the meet
promlue it and respsctable in the county,
are also isart broken over bis disappearance,
both having bsen ruined by Noble, who is
married and bas on child.
lascal's Hoasyaaooa Spoiled.
ro. Oat, Nov. & Alfred Jaeger, of
Y., was arrested here last night at
ice of J. A. Wineburgh, of Utica,
ioee store Jaeger bad stolen two
rings. Tbs jewslry wss pawned in
ter which Jaeger got married and
ar Canada on a wedding tour.
A Coward Cuta HU Wife's Throat.
Bavaksah, Ga., Nov. 8. Albert Marea
cut bie srifs's throat early yesterday morn
ing, kill! ig her (nsttntly. Tbs woman had
been to n feetival with her sister, and a
young m tn esoorted them home. It is sup
posed tlat jealousy led to the murder.
Marea fled, and is still at large.
CIVIL SERVICES RULES AMENDED.
A Change la the Regulations Governing
ths Appointment of Malt Clerksf
Washington City. Nov. 8. The presi
dent has smended ths civil servios rulss ap
plicable to the railway mall servios so as to
provide tiat in each case of a vacancy the
civil er"ice commission shall certify tbs
names of tbs thrss persons standing highest,
resident in the oountiee of the state or terri
tory through or on tbe border of which
the sectioi of ths railroad passes on which
the person to bs appointed is to serve, and
from aim ng ths three persons thus certified,
one is to lie appointed. The rule formerly
provided for the certification of the three
persons standing highest from the state in
which the vscancy occurre-L
The rul s have also been so amended as to
permit in pressing exigencies the employ
ment in tbe railway mail service, without
examinat on or certification for a period of
not to exceed sixty. days, of any person who
have leen In the railway mail servio wbo
have the requisite knowledge and experi
ence, who may be available where person
csn not t certified in the regular way.
A NOTABLE INTERVIEW.
Barrlaon and Cleeeland Have a Talk with
Washington City, Nov. h Banjamin
Harrison ind Grover Cleveland shook band,
at the exe -utive mansion yesterday, and said
anynumterof polite things to each other.
Tbe ex-prsndent and Mrs. Cleveland, after
leaving tbs Clymer residence, where tbey
witnessed the marriage of ex Secretary Bay
ard, were driven to the White House. Mrs.
Cleveland did not leave tbe carriage, but
left her card for Mrs. Harrison, who is visit
ing Mrs. tVanamaker in Philadelphia. She
was driv-n away, and sent the carriage
back a-an for Mr. Cleveland. As the pres
ident entered tbe Green room his predecessor
arose and -rasped bis ban 1. "How do you
dot" said With simultaneously. Then tbey
both sat down and talked about general top
ics for half an hour.
The Armour-Leatsr Weddlag.
Chicago, Nov. 8 Mr. Phil Armour was
seen yeeteiday and consent d to say a fsw
words abo it the marriage of bis son snd
MissL-ste-. He said: "There is little to be
ssid about it Tbe young couple desired a
quiet, private wedding, and were msrried at
my boin j cstenlay afternoon at 3 o'clock by
Rev. Fran W. Gunsaulus, of tbe Plymouth
Congregat ooal church. Tbey left for New
York city m tbe 5:!5 Like Shore train, and
wdl be away on a wadding trip for two or
three weeks. That is all there is to be said
about it, and I must decline to take up any
more time talking about tbe mattsr."
T i farnall Commission.
London, Nov. 8. In bis argument be
fore the Parnell commission yesterJsy Sir
Henry Jsn es, counsel for The Times, read
extracts trom speeches by Parnell, Davitt,
and others advocating the boycott. He
contended that tbe men who made such
speeches w,re morally responsible for ths
ontnes wb rh followed. Sir Charles Rus
sell, conn el for Parnell, was preeont
for ths flri! time since he withdrew from the
Two ln A-phaxlated In a Wall.
lOHKl'N., illi'h. , Nov. 8. News has just
reselisd he-of tbe accidental deaths of
Iaac Wood and Oeorge HjMars, aged IS and
211 years, lesiectively. in Hsuluin town
ship, this 'ouuty, We.lnes.Iey afternoon.
WooJ weni to tbe bottom ot a deep well
end was ov-reoiu by gas. Spears ileswnded
to Ins re.-u.. and both scare taken out dead.
I.liera' Hons Too Small.
ton ClTT, Nov. 9 Tbe annual
r -a port of th
owing to 111.
board of commissioners of tbe
n near this oity, show, that,
n ted accommodations, admission
luring the past year to a large
number of r
en entlued to tbs bsneflta of ths
ebo could support themselves
V'.m In tha Mountain.
Con meluv ills, Pa, Nov. 8. Tha moun
tain range rear this plans caught yesterday
from a locomotive spark, aad h now fiercely
rsgmg. Fe mur aad others bavs already
suffered gre.it loss, and unless rain falls the
destruction f property will be tremendous.
KNOCKED OUT BY GODFREY.
Ths Colore I Heavy Weight Licks Jack
A'.hton la Good rihape.
Boston, Nov. 8 At tbe Parnell Athletic
cub-rooms last night. Jack Asbton, of
Providence, and George Godfrey, the col
ored besvy--veigbt pugilist, of B.wton, faced
each other f..r fourteen rounds, the content
resulting in a knockout for Godfrey. Jars
Dunn was referee. Providencespnriiug men
wagered the.r money freely on Aibtou at
aids of flOO to $10, and the result ot the
contest waa i big aurpria to them, as wall
as to every kly els. Tbe men wvre in good
Godfrey Aatoniahes the Knowing Ones,
After the first round Godfrey stock rose
rapidly and it became painfully evident that
Ajhton was overmatched. G lfrey got in
a terrible ri;ht-hander on Ashton's cheek
bone in tbe f rst round which seemed to dase
tbe latter, ai d be did not appear to recover
from Its effei-t during the whole content In
fact, after tie first round Ashtnn was prac
tically out of the fiht. Godfrey banged
him where as plensd, receiving but few
blows in retim. In the seventh round God
frey knocked Ashton down, and in the four
teenth repeated the doss so effectively thst
Ashton didn't want any more. Hs fought
gamely but rainly. Godirey bad scarcely a
By the ter ns of tlie in itoh Gidfrey re
nlves a cup 'slued at ll.lMO and Ashton a
t'JiJU trophy. At the couclusion uf tbe con
test Godfrey was challenged by Jos Lannon,
the wall-known heavy-weight of Boston.
Sir' ed with the Bostons.
Boston, N v. 8 Tbe Boston boss ball
club bas sijjiiisl P. J. Donovan, late of tbe
London, Out, club, for the season of 18X9.
Donovan is a powerful batter leading tha
International league for two seasons, a re
markably Hi e oiit-n.'liler and a fart base
runner, with but few equals in running to
Iter! he and Cornelius Married.
Cincinnati, Nov. 8. Tbe legal flht over
tbe romance if two lovers from Hollsnd,
who were arieated bsre. bas bsd a banpy
termination. Bertha Weber was released
on haliees cor ius and yesterday Judge Sa;e
held that the arrest of ( oruelius O.ierwather
was a gross i utraje. It was also apparent
that bertha b id come of ber own accord to
this country tnd so there could be no ab
duction. Olwrwatber and Bertha Weber
were marrieo yesterday and will remain
bere for some time.
The Flat Iliads .l I p their Lands.
Wa8HinT( N Crrr, Nov. 8 Oon. H-ury
B. Carriugtun, recently appointed to obtain
a rslinqiiishmjiit by the Fiathead Indians of
claims in BitU r Root valley, Montana, re
ports to the secretary of the interior that
be bas been ei tirsly successful; that all ne
gntintions hnts been perfected, and that tbe
Klitbea Is wd go to the Jocko reservation
in tbe spring.
A Maker' Htrlks Nest.
Lonuon, Nov. 8. The uext strikers Lon
doner will have ou their hands will be tbe
journeymen bakers. Tbey have demanded
ten hours sdir and been refused. A lOtber
attempt will bs made to peaceably enforce
tbe demand, fi iiing which an immense striks
of baksrs will follow.
till Hang l p ana a Rita.
Nrw Tons Nov. 8. Toe committee on
site for the World's fair mst yesterday, but
came to no decision as to whether Central
park shall be utilised or not.
Bouls agists in Can fa ranee.
London, Njv. 8. Some sixty leaders of
tbe Boulanglat party are in conference with
Gen. Boolangtr at St, Hellers, on the Island
Campbell's Plurality in Ohio Es
timated at 11,450.
BALANCE OF THE TICKET MIXED.
Larlalatore Undoubtedly Denaneratle
Lots of Candidates for Senator John
McLean Not la tha List; Wouldn't Have
It on a Gold Platter The Iowa Elec
tion Senator Allison Alarmed at the
Leglalatlve Outlook A Presidential
Disclaimer Demoeratlaj Ylewa.
CoiXafBCS, O., Nov. 8. The return from
every precinct in Ohio (unofficial) show that
Campbell defesta Foraksr by 11,454, and that
the Democrats have both branches of the
legislature with eight majority on joint bal
lot. On the rest of tbe state ticket it is very
close, and probably some on each ticket are
elected. Last night it looked a. though the
Republicans bad the state treasurer, clerk of
upreme court, attorney general, and school
commissioner, and that the Democrat had
secured the lieutenant governor, supreme
court judgs, and member of hoard of pub
lic, works. It will take the official count to
determine all below tbe governorship, and
this will bs completed this week.
A Scramble for Senator
Ths Democratic scramble for tbe United
Slates senator-ship to snooeed Payne has al
ready begun. John A. Tbomaa, the rich
Hpringfleld manufacturer, is here on tbe
ground setting up the pins for that place,
He contributed largely to the Democratic
campaign fund, aad ia working to succeed
Payne. Hon. Calvin 3. Brio, chairman of
tbe national Democratic committee, wants
to be elected, aud has men here figuring iu
his interest. Hon. Lawretio T. Neal, of
Chillicothe, Campbell's competitor for the
nomination, is also in ths field, as is sx-Cen-grossman
George L. Converse, of this city.
Payns will not be a candidate for re-election.
John R. McLean Wouldn't Have It.
Another man whose name is prominently
mentioned is John R. McLean, proprietor of
Tee Enquirer, but The Evening Post, the
leading Democratic organ here, publishes
tbe following interview with McLan at
Washington City yesterday: "John R. Mo
Lean says be wouldn't have the Ohio sena
torsbip on a gold platter. This declaration
of Mr. McLean is believed by his most inti
mate friends to be final Mr. McLean made
no secret of hie desires In that direction in
in 18S.1, but since that time he ha resided in
Washington and gained an idea of what the
position really la He stated his position to
a nswspsper man not long sinos, in which
he gave manifol i reasons why be would not
and could not become a eenator, even were
"A Lackey for Offlea Seekers.
"Among other reasons was bis dislike of
being wbnt be terms a 'lackey for office
seekers. 1 Mr. McLean is independently rich
and at tbe head of a great newspaper, and is
satisfied with his lot. In fact, bs behaves
that as editor and proprietor of bis great
paper be occupies a position second to noon
in tbe land. At tbe same time he bas been
loyal and true to the Democracy ot Ohio
and sent his substantial regards to tbe party
in that itata. "
MONTANA'S ELECTION TROUBLE.
Judge IeWotr Makes a Final Decisloa A
Milter Fl.ht Ahead.
Hclcsa, Mont, Nov. 8 The Sdver Bow
maudamua cass was finished yesterdsy,
Judge D-Wolf deuylng tbe right of one-half
of tbe majority of tbe board of canvassers
to appeal trom tbs order of tbe court direct
ing tbe canvassers to count tbs vote of tbe
Tunnel precinct. The court issued a man
datory order, and Hall and Irvin counted
tbe vote of toe disputed precinct for McHat
ton (Dem ) This action also covers the leg
ttleiuents of a Jolly Row.
The contest is now as to ths certificates
of members of tbs legislature. After tbe
state canvassers adjourned the secretary of
state baued certificates of election to the
legulature, inoluJing tbe six Republioan. of
the Silver Bow delegation. The ctarks of
the d fT-rent counties had already issued
cei-tilluates and the Domocrate-elect refused
the secretary' certificate.
ALLISON'3 SEAT IN PERIL.
Iswa Lgllative tteturits Uncomfortably
( lose for ths benntor.
Dcr Moines, Ia., Nov. & Complete but
unofficial returns from every county in tbe
state show Boies' (Ddm.) plurality for gov
ernor 7,100, which will not be changed much
by tbe official count. Republicans claim
ths legislature by six majority. Tha result
is so close in S'varaJ districts that ths offic ial
oount alone will determine who is elected.
Some '"Onset-tin" Republicans.
(senator Allison is alarmed at the outlook.
He visited Des Moines yesterdsy and was in
consultation with tbs Republican managers
all day and returned to Dubuque laat even
ing. It requires 76 vote, to elect; ths Re
publicans, il their claims are realised, will
have 78, but several of tbem will refuse to
support Allison, it is said, and this is what
cause tha senator's anxiety. At Dubuque
ths Democrats are talking of electing Hor
ace Boies to succeed Allison.
VIEWS OF THE DEMOCRATS.
Election Results Explained as a Demand
fur Tariff Reform.
Washinotos Crrr, Nov. & Represents,
tivss Mills, Bynum, Peel and Cblpman, Dem
oersta, were together at tbe capitol yester
day talking tbe matter over, and tbey all
agreed in attributing tbe result to tbe tariff
question, believing that tbe people wbo are
bains: "unjustly taxed," warn rising up to
protest. Tn rreult in Iowa ia sapocially
agreeable to tbe tariff reformers.
Senator Voorhee, sneaking to a reporter,
took tbe view of the matter that is most
general anion ? D m xrats, that it was "the
uprising of the people," who felt that there
was something radically wrong, and wb o
protested against "being taxed for the nec
essaries of life for no purpose but to make
other men rich."
The Preeldent Kot Commenting.
WAsni-tOTon Cirr, Nov. 8. Private Sec
retary Halford say. that the view, of tbe
president on Tuesday's election, attributed
to bim by an evening paper bere Wednesday,
and quoted in tbes dispatches yesterdsy,
were unauthorised. "The president," be
says, "has made no statement of bis views,
and anything that bas been published pur
porting to bs so, is untrue. I bavs not beard
biro expr. s himself st all, and we bavs bad
no conversation on tbe sul.j set."
A Innxeroas Competitor.
Louisvillb, Nov. 8 A Pos; sp c al from
Hamilton, O , says: "There is a n - w Rich
mond in the ti-ld for United States eenator.
This is CoL Jumes E. NVal. of I lie Demo
cratic state executive comimlt-e. CoL Neal
is ling strongly urgxl by bis fru-ii Is in
this city to ann unce himself as a candidate
for tlie ssnatorship aud tbe probabilities are
that be will do IL Tbe wires were kept
hot between bere aud Columbus yesterdsy
by telegrams urging CoL Neal to enter at
onoe on a vigorous canvass. He will have
all of Hon. James E. Campbell's iufluenos in
bis favor should bs deci ie to l ecome a can
didate." Charlssloa Still Celebrati'ng.
Charleston, 8. C, Nov. 8. Incoming
trains continue to bring largs number of
visitors from this aid adjscsnt states to tbe
gala week festivities. Laat night's feature
waa a fantastic parade, 5,000 people being in
line. It wa witnessed by 50,000 spectators.
Tha Virginia Majority.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 8 The Richmond
Dispatch published a tabulated statement of
tbs vote of the state yesterday, giving Mo
Kinney a majority or 41,000.
THE POPE'S TEMPORAL POWER.
A Roman Catholic 1'aper Gives a Rather
Now Definition Thereof.
Baltimore, Nov. 8. On tbe ques' Ion of
tbs temporal power of the pope Tbe Catholic
Mirror this week takee ground that is some
what naw to the Roman Catholio pre. Tbe
Mirror ay: "Wa think w voioe th intel
ligent sentiments of American Catholics
wben we say that it is not desired to inter
fere with the gsographlc&l lines that now
define the boundaries of the kingdom of
Italy. The kingly prerogative that former
ly inhered in the pontificate in relation to
the temporalities that constituted the papal
dominions is neither essential nor indispenasv
ble to tha spiritual authority or spiritual do
minion of tbe pope.
' Psssn'l Wan Any Land.
The holy father has no absolute need for
extensive territory wherein to wield tbe
powsr and sxarclss ths rule of an sartbly
kingdom. Tlie traoaf r of those tate that
constituted the temporal possessions of the
church from the control of the papacy to
that of the aecular power of Italy cannot be
regarded as a deprivation affecting the spir
itual interests of th Catholic world. It waa
nsver contemplated that the maintenanoa of
the papacy was to depend upon the revenue
derived from temporal possessions of any
kind. It is the business and duty of th
Catholics of the world properly to support
and maintain such a system as is necessary
to carry on ths government ot the church.
The Claim Defined.
"The perpetuity of the church's mission
does not involve the possession of 'temporal
power' in its old aense. But all Catholics do
demsnd that the sovereign pontiff shall en
joy absolute freedom in the exercise of hi
spiritual authority. He must not bs subject
to any secular power nor dependent upon
Cardinal Olbbons Book.
"Our Christian Heritaee," the latest pro
duction of Cardinal Gibbons, was marketed
to-day. It contains 508 pages and discourses
of religion, labor and the dangers threaten
ing American civilization, among which be
puts Mormonism and divorce; an imper
fect and vicious system of education which
undermines the religion of our youth; tbe
df aecration of the Curistian Sibbath;the
gross and systemstic elec ion frauds; the
unreasonable delay in carry in? into effect
the sentences of our criminal courts, and the
numerous subterfuges by which criminal
evade tbe execution of the law.
A Toman Catholic Hurlal Case.
New Yore, Nov. 8. The decision of Judge
Beach in refusing to graut a mandamus com
pelling the Calvary cemetery authorities to
allow the remains of John Mctiaire, wbo
died while attending an Anti- Poverty society
meeting, to be interred in Calvary cemetery,
is affirmed Judge Barrett and Evan Brunt
wrote aflirmaiive opinions, Julgo D.tnivls
Tha Ex-Secretary Wedded to Miss Mary
Washington Citt, Nov. 8. Tbe mar
riage of ex-Secretary of Htate Thomas F.
Bayard and Miss Mary Clymer was solem
nized yesterday at tbe residence of the
bride's mother, tbe Rev. Mr. Douglass offi
ciating. About 150 invited guests were present, in
cluding ex -President Cleveland and wife, x
Becretary of the Treasury Kairchild and
wife, ex-Postmaster General Dickinson, and
many other prominent persons.
Ths presents, which came from all parte
of the country, were of the rarest and cost
liest description, many of tbem being price
less beir.ooins of the Bayard family.
The newly wedded couple will spend their
honeymoon in New York and oilier northern
cities, and upon their return tbe Delaware
stateman and wife will go to Wilmington.
Tbey will reside at Delaware plaee, tbe
ran-Aniericans at I'ittsburs;.
riTTSBTBO, Nov. 8. The South American
delegates wore shown so-ns of Pittsburg's in
dustries yesterday, among them the glass
works, iron and steel manufactories, and a
natural gas exhibition. They visited Car
negie's big industries, and Carnegie himself
showed them around. At the Exposition
building a fine display of the products of
city wss examined, and in tbs presence of
5,0U0 people at night four natural ga
standpipes sent jets of Sims 10U feet into
tbe air. A beautiful feature of the exhibi
tion was given by a pipe running under the
river. The gas was turned on and the jet
set on fire as it gushed out of tbe water. Tbe
delegates were both amazed and delighted.
The Evansvllls Mrlke Over.
Evassville, Ind., Nov. 8. The diffjr
enoes between tbe Evansville and Terrs
Haute Riilroai company and the striking
conductors, rirmeu and brakemen were
amicably settle.! yesterday afternoon, con
cessions being male on both sides. Tbe
firemen j nned the sli ik.-rs yesterdsy morn
ing, but this action mad no practical d S jr
ence in tbe s.tuation, as no frei-ht trains
could be moved. All trains are now ruuuing
They Catua llih. Max, tlwn't Thryf
Geneva, Nov. tv Madame Aruoldson
Rotaignol, tbe prima Jrmna, signe 1 a con
tract at Monti enx yesterday to g.ve fifty
representations in America under the men
agiment of Mr. jStrakocii, l or which she is
to receive ioO.OoO francs, Mr. Sirakosch also
paying the traveling exeiiMia.if .ud lady
and ber suite of eight iersous.
Lowered tlie Transatlantic Record.
New Yuhk, Nov. 8 A dispatch received
by the Hamburg- Amer.can Steamship com
pany says mat the Columbia reached South
ampton at 1- o'clock yesterday. Tue passage
from Ni-w York was thus mada in six days,
eighiet-n hours and ten minutes, snd tbe
record iuwere.1 by nm hour and ten min
utes. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS.
Nineteen sailors have been drowned by the
wn ck of the American ship Ericsson on tbe
B ertbern coast of Japan.
Seven men are known to have been frcsen
to drat h uer Clavton, N. M., in the recent
blizzard, and '0,000 sheep were also lost
Thomas A. Yau?ban, an extra mail agent
running between Sandusky, O., Mid Peoria,
Ilia, is in jail at the latier place for stealing
Fire at Petersburg, Vs., Thursday mora
ins; destroyed property to the value of T30,
UX. A lieutenant ot police lost hu life in
Tbe comptroller or the currency has au
thorired the Inter-State Natioual back, of
New York city, to begin business, with a
capital of 410,000.
Miss Sopbrine Drsiu apparently died of
dropay at Vuiosnnee, Ind.. Tuaeday, but bor
onditiou is ao natural that tbe funeral has
been indefinitely positioned.
The Pennsylvania Railroad company wui
spend about -'.113 0, 0 this year in improve
ments and in acquiring new ground and
buildings along its line iu Philadelphia.
It has been discovered at Indianapolis that
large number of insane asylum cbeck. have
bjrn forged and cashed at ths banks. Tbe
a;gre:rat will reach thousands of dollars.
E-G. viTii.ir J. P. St. John wss ban
quetted at Ch cago Thursday night by the
Wr. C. T. U. F.va hundred ladies and gen
tl -mi n were present and cold water oratory
was the order of tbe feast
President Fay, of tbe Chicago gas trust,
says that the wotk of piping natural gas
from Indiana to Chicago wdl be begun at
oice. He expects to have the system in
o leration there by next spring.
Tbs heirs of Samuel J. Tdden bavs won
their fight to break bis will, tbe New York
supreme court declaring tbe document void
fir t;ie purpose for which it was mads the
establishment of public libraries.
Miss Utterback, a d mestic at tbs Com
mercial hotel, Vincennes, Ind., cracked tbe
skull of James Ritchie Wednesday with a
smoothing iron, because Ritchie bad circu
lated slanderous rep.iru about her. Ritchie
A clerk in the Iimmrters' and Traders'
bank, at New York, Wednesday, Isft a grip
sack containing (T.VI.UUO in a cab, and tbe cab
drove off. Half an hour's frantic search dis
covered the vehicle, and tbe grip was still
there with the money inside of it safe.
ANARCHISTS HEARD FROM.
They Iasue a Very Gory Circular About
Iho Chicago Martyrs."
CuiCAOii, Nov. 8. The Anarchist, of this
city are making pre;arations for a demon
stration next Huuday iu memory of the
"martyrs of the working people murdered
at Chicago Nov. 11, ls87." In a circular aet
tiug forth tiie obj -ct of tbe meeting tbe fol
lowing language occur: "What did the
workei do to save th ir counsellors, dsfsnd
era, tie ir b st friendrf Nothing; the
enirag'iof m-t ihomt was needed. A daring
deed would have frustrated the November
crime; inst a I the workiogin n passed reso
tions. How dilTi'tenl it might have been
had tbey nude a bold front, the urgency
of tbe situation dem in 1 I. We don't mince
matters, nor sujar-.i at a word that sounds
menacing " Telegrams from Baltimore state
that the same cin-iilii" f as bueu issuel there.
Itoattin Anuiclitala Organise.
BofiTox, Nov. 8 Slute Socialists, Anarch
ists, and othei-s. to the num'ier of fifty-five,
met bere Wednesduy evening and organised
a th Chicago Martyrs' Memorial associa
tion. A memorial service will be bald Nov.
lu. Am on i? tbs letters read waa one from
Rev. Hugh O. P. ntecost.
rather SIcFaddaa to Visit Us.
Dl'BU.v, Nov. 8. It is stated on excellfut
authority that Father McFa Men, tbe priest
of G wee lore, will vis.t Am-rica at an early
sate. No mention is made of theobjjot of
hi trip, if, indeed, there is any special
FMMMIlTy IH1 E
ISfWe are now well into Antnmn with its changeable weather aud will soon eee the M
eury go downwards in tbe Thermometer, consequently all ought to prepare for it. In
There is no better place to
TELEPHONE NO. 105S.
Work of Forming a New Base
PARTIAL ORGANIZATION EFFECTED
A Form of Contract Adopted I'rovlillng
far Thiee Years' Seivlce and No "Re
serve" Kule Constitution and Ileal
Construction Left to a CuaieSnitiee 1.1 1 -Icaltou
Again aaecetrd Kaltlins; Trls
I1;ht in Which the Negro Ootlfrej
Kaocka Out Anbton.
New York, Nov., 8. The Bro'.berhood of
base ball players, which was in session at
tbe Fifth Avenue hotel yesterJar, adjourned
laat evening until Jan. ?, without complet
ing tbe work of tbe forma ion of the new
league. It is learned that at yesterday',
meeting the form ot contract was adopted
and tbat tbe term of service contracted for
will be three years. No copy of the form
could be secured by tbe reporters, who were
informed tbat tbe document ba 1 been sent
to tbe printers. Tlie "i-est-rve" feature of
tbe old League contract is omitted from the
Gate and Crand Stand Receipts.
It was also decided tbat each club should
be run on its own basis and that no clul
ahould be responsible for tbe losses at an
other. Tbe division of gate receipts is to lis
upon a basis of 50 per cent of tbe gate and
grand stsnd receipts to eech club, thus liv
ing tbe home and visiting clubs an equal
share in the receipts of each game. A prize
fund of SM,0i0 is to be raisiJ by an assess
ment of Vj on each club. Of this fund
$7,000 is to go to tbe club winning the cham
pionship, tbe balaoos to be divided into
prizes for tbs other clubs according to their
relative positions in the championship raoe.
Officers tor tha Tims Heine
John H. Ward was electa I temporary
secretary. Al Johnson retains his position
as temporary president. Tbe following
committee was appointed to draw up a con
stitution and arrange all tbe preliminaries
of permanent organization. CoL McAlpin,
John Addison, Henry Love, Al Jounson,
and Ei Hanloit.
Harry Wright, of Philadelphia, and
Frank Brunell, of Tbe Chicago Tribune,
were tlie candidates for permanent secre
tary. Tbs result of the vote was to 5 in
favor of BrunslL It is understood, how
ever, tbat the legal a I vi ears present mere of
tlie opinion that tbe election of officers be
fore the adoption of a constitution was ille
gal, and ths vote was declare i off
A riglit In tha Court.
Amon; tbe vn tors to the nou-l ye-t-rj.iy
morniiig was Waiter Applrton. one of tlie
directors of the old Nw York cluU He
stated that ths reserve clause in the oil
Lesgue wss binding, an t that the players
knew it when tbey si;nd it, otherwise tlie
Boston club would never have paid the De
troit maua;ers t'5,tKi0 for ths release of rive
nf their players. Although Mr. Appleton
would not admit it, bis remarks give evidence
that the League will fibt the Brotherhood
through the courts.
C'Hir.Aoo. Nov. T.
Quotation on tbe board of tradv to-day
were as follows: Wb-at No. S Noremkier.
ooem-d . cUed ic: iHM-eiubvr. oprned
Mc .loed ":. May. openrU SASfC. ciosed
tSP,!-. Corn No. t Noiemle-r. evened S tc,
closed 8 4jc; De emler, opene.t aHc. rloaed
ltjc; May. opt-ne.t o.i-,e, close.! Vi-w.
Oats No. 2 Noveniljer. opened end closed
18c: December, opened and closed ln-jc:
Mav. opened and rUel J-H . I ork No
vember, opened fK.Ui. close 1 ytir.oiened
t4.tij. clo-'-d .(C-i. January, opened and
closed $ Mia. Lard Noi'eaiot-r. opdiied aHi,
Live etork Following were th onotat oua
at the I nion a;ou ysrds: H.js aret
opened fiirly aitiv. but prices re Sc
hbiber: lirlt irreOes. KtivUll rou h lack
ing. J-:.Tiii.'i. n.Uellit, tS.V.-J l.'-i; heavy
pai k luu slid aluj.iiiiMf i.-is, fw.f 'na, :.i .V i st
tle Cloud to t'lmi., Ilrui. 4 saViJ. infr:or lo
aroud wtk. iijl.'it raw, si.uaj .at alx-k-ers
and t,e.le. ;ia,,p.a i. sUrcii-l arkrl
steady; muttons. V on I ij; n.atcrn. $i.iaj,j
.: lmi. , common iaiulis very
lroduce: Butter Fani-y El rin creamery.
UiJtSftajc per lb finest dairy. lt isj; packiusi
stock. TioJ;. Eitss Strictly fresh: 1-VailHc
per do; ioe ho, is-, lOitlTc. Live poultrr
Hens. "4&c p,.r lb; turkeys, iilOc; iiuck, Sc:
geese. S6.;Ju,:.-ii t?r dor. I'ota'oes-Beauty
of He' rou. Ssiv-Tc per b i on track: common
and mixed lots li.tJc. Apples (ood to
fancy, per bhl. Creuberrios Wi-
consin, ti.ij,:.;i per bbl.
Nil Yokk, Nov. '.
Wheat No. 1! red wiuter cash. b44,i: do De
cember, tHSjc. do Janunry. .'i(ic. Corn No.
2 mixed ca.aU. 4-ic: do Iiecenioar. do
January. 4 c; do May. Oats-Vuiet
but steady; No. S mixed cas'i. aic: do N
ber. 3bV: do De ember, a), -, do January,
rdro. Kje-DulL lrler NominaL t'ork
Dull and hwrn mees, U 5 1 for inspected.
Lard Steady: November. t6.-2.
Livestock: Cattle-No trading In leaves:
dressed beef, dull: nat-ve sides. jmT4c ptt
lb; Texss and t o'orado do. 4dVlic. Mierp
and lambs Both sheep and lambs wanted at
a shade firmer prior; sh-ep. f .7iuS.:ij per
1UU ib: lam a, $ .5.0.6. VV Hosts -Nearly nom
inal; live boits, 145.4 6'. per 100 lbs.
BURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 8.
Comedy Success & Season
The Reining Fsvorite of the Comedy Stage
In ber New Sparkling Bluiical Corned v
By EDWARD POLAND.
Replete with original music, cstchy songs,
handsome eonnmee. pretty girl, witty "ssylngs,
funny situations. Mbs Jsrbvsu in hei cbsrmii g
snd fascinating Moonlight Dance.
A GRAND SUCCESS.
Seata on Sale at Opera Honse now.
PRICE - 25,80, TS Slid fl.
- on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FICKE.
SIS Main St., DAVZNPORT, IA
IN MAN'S ARTICLES OP
CHANGE WITH THE SEASONS.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS,
trade than at
R. CRAMPTON & CO.,
.Are now prepared to undertake the Interior Deco
ration OF H0U8E8 with
MODERN WALL PAPER.
In the most approved manner.
New Styles for the Spring
are beginning to arrive. Our stock ia complete for
the 6eason in all grades and prices very
low for stock and labor.
t5fYour orders solicited.
STOVES AND KANGES
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal
ALADDIN' VENTILATOR for Hard Coal.
i. Jht Utt'i 4,''9i8n , -,he ,on erifs of ALA)rIN' Stores. Thi is beautiful m
Us ornameutatiOD. novtl id many of its features-is bouml to be a good seller B
sure ami eiamine thi stove aud learn its good points for after seein- it vnu will
buy no other.
I Iihv.. .,f course a supply of the celebrated ROUND OAKS. Tbis bag been
XUywln unscrupulous parties, but
don t be dece.ved-buy the Round Oak-m.de by P. D. Beckwith. I am tie so e
"VMV -v gwuuii so wen an wutr
Cor. Third avenue
SPECIAL SALE AT
1605 Second Avenue.
200 Muffs at 45c worth 75c. 100 Muffs at 83c worth
Beaver, Seal, Monkey, Oppossum Mnffa and Setts, going
cheap at this Special sale. Fur Trimmings in all
width and kinds. Fur work of all kinds guaranteed first class
New and fully equipped. New furnUhines throughout. Will compelo-
with any. Send for circular.
Tuition : Four month. $23; six month. 35; Nine month. $50.
Addres C. W. FENN. Kock Island, IDs
A. J. SMITH & SON,
Mantles. Tiles and Grates,
Now ready for your inspection. Call and see our asiortment and
compare our price before bujing.
A. Ji SMITH & SON,
185 ui 187 West Third Street, Opp. Matonlo Temple, DAVENPORT.
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
aesir&DiP goons, Hardware, etc.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER.
and Twentieth St., Rock Island
the Red Qloye, west of Market Square
COMPLETE IN ALL
For Catalogue Address
J. C. DUNCAN.
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