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THE DAILY ARGUS
TaciunAT. Kovkmbkb 14 18H9.
white caps takk a hand.
Eicitfnr-I at alb-r OTcr
Tkratalc sHr l tb OWhra.
tea Vvhiadh !
There i much cicitement In Oslesburg
regarding Hie receipt of threatening let
ter! by Swedish Lutherans, the damage
of their properly aud the burning of the
boose of ooe of (hroi. X. A. Gustafsoo,
after a Uireat nlng litter bed been re
ceived by him to that (fleet. Little or bo
attention wtt paid ,ne letter, which
have been coming for ome months, tintil
thla one tbrrst m carried out. A. 11 of
those who have reroirfl sorb, letter! bare
been directly I nt rested In the proceed
lng, eltbi r in rltirch or in court, against
the Her. C. A. Nyblsdb. who u die
r heiged from the First Lutheran church
of Qalesburj; last November on the charge
that be vu the father of Anna Aoder.
od'i clillrl. Tiie denoted pastor drew a
Urge nuir.nrr nf hi svmpathirers from
thin rhurth mid organised a congregation
of bin own, wnlrb beitlll hoMa.
The h ttcr received by Lawyer G. A.
Lasrrerru heirs evidence In the light of
recent fat's of being from no practical
jokur. Mr. Lawrence la a prominent
Galrsburg Imryrr. retained by the Rer
II O Lln.li blad. of aloline, whom, aa is
known, Xyblailh hat filed for defamation
of clurm trr. The letter had been shoved
under tl e door during Sunday night and
vu 'mud in the hallway by lira. Law
rence no Monday. It ia written with red
lead pencil and is yery oddly spelled, and
in a disguised handwriting. It reada aa
Lamnr.M'E. N.iv. 8. Re on your gurde.
We do x e wp,rn. We tir.n blude or
fire. We effrid of no devilize lawyers or
hi nninv. We do dog your step; go
away. lirsy dare rome to your rrau and
aha bn made to auffer for you. We mean
to aimw your divila you have h 1 here.
We oo kuwiird; we burn rirk en toor.
Three more bouaea we burn. We cut
telephone. e kill. fire. cut. We rite
innorimi men tbtt lawyers wrong and
L:ir, n wron. Fm Cam.
On the paper wi re several unreadable
character. The letters received by the
Rev. C J. E. lisiinu and Mr. Gut UN
son were each signed "White Caps."
The indications are strong that the let
ter. which Mr. Nybladh denies any
knowledge of. are written by some friend
of his who supposes that be can thus do
Nybladh a service, by fiendiah threat
and fiendish work.
Casna ' Attltaar.
( unip 29, M. W. A., of thia city, prw
pii tuking the bull by the horns In the
WoinJu,ti tr.uitile. aa the appended reno
H'liKKt as. The order of the M. Micro
Woodmen ut America I being brought
Into disrepute, by charges and counter
charge by iu head oBl-vr. of dishonest
and culpable mismanagement, and the
very exiKtence of the order endangered,
UtKii'tril, That it bis now become a
necessity thatihe membership of the order
take ariive nvasurt: to protect their lu
te re its and the interest of their families,
and to tn!s eud tie it
li.xi'i'U, A an initiatory atep, we, the
ciumilitie of Mfcty of (.'amp No. yo(
herebv extend to each ramp located in
Kotk IiUtid county, an Invitation, and
earne.tlv i r t-o iht m to tend one or more
representatives to a county convention,
hereby culled, to meet in A. O. U. W.
hail in Rock I'laml. on Wednesday, the
SO b dv of November, at 1 o'clock
p. m , to iliruss Die situation and adopt
a rlan of action
:. W. Hwta.
J M. Kim.
Com. of Jfeiy. Camp 20.
PoiiT Unto, Nov is
M M (Vrfieti is in town toilay.
L, I.HpImm took in tte ctmly I'ei'. yea
-' Mr and Mr J. J Hubbard drove to
Ro k Iiind Mooilay
Jobn Bony ami wife took the 4 p m.
train vesterdar for Hie west.
Wilson Adams viiteil urir SiindHy
wiih hi or in K.a k Inland
F II Trent has ..n Norrls to en
ter lb riM.I, y of Tavlor Wilhama.
Ir. Morsn reuorta a ureal deal of
ak'kitrss ti.ruiigb the country sura
Mr and Mrs n F. Casteel spent Sun
day with Mrs. Caa'ee! parents. Mr and
Mr L. Lowry.
Mr ami Mrs John (C hafer have re
turned from O-kalooss after aa ntsnded
visit wuh relatives.
& J N'eiwUuer tctt rAaturdaV for
Bur nigu.n. l-clng called there ly the
death of a t la'ive
J P. Oartiett and little .1 muhter. Bee-
ate, took the freftit trun fur Hoik It
land Dili mornlug .
I'. I. Altirecht. Jr , Aunt Sti ffen's
trsve.lng salesman, was her Intervl
IL0 our mercbaiits this wei k
Mr. and Mrs Ilenrv t'rawfurd cam
up from Uork Island Tuesday afternoon
anu rcttirneil on tha P o'clock train
Mr. and Mrs tJ. O. Ilarntt returned
from Xecoepm Tuesdav. Mra Tlarrett
havmit spent twu w. ks visiting la Mor
ri and llonneiiiu.
4 nmi( HaiidlBta.
li -William Lltile, Hr, to Anna J Mc
Nal. lot tl. bl.x k H, William Ijckan's
ad. Milan. ir.
Man.ti D K fte. rj to George Mchafer,
pt lot 1, t,,n j,, J J
Mary (iardincr to hnrgn Wilton pt
wt, B4 V.Z. IT. Iw. tllXI.
13-I'.atate of Ann B Earlv. Final rea
linn nf admliiiatrator Died and approved.
E.itate of Nathaniel Koleom. Final
account filed and approvej and estate
Estate of Julia A Folsom. Final ac
count f a.lminntrtor filed and approved
and estate closed.
I.lt tsstt) to w at).
1 'J Edward A Quinlan, .lennleT. Lll
tlg. Kock IlanJ.
13- G..0 F Uroiran. Musfatine; Beulah
roster. rrury .
14- Wm Eiedke. H.Uda I Endmann,
Thns t I'errv. Preemption, Delie Wag
ner, Ibiurnn. Merc-r county.
We oir, r me hundred dollars reward
Tor any cane of catarrh that cannot be
cured bv taking Hall s Catarrh cure,
F. J t HF.vrT A Co, Props ,
We. the undersigned, have known F.
J Cheney ,jr the la.t fifteen yeara, and
believe him ja rf-clly honorable In all
imsiness transactions and Cnanclally able
jo carry out any obl,gt,on made by their
W!",KI,Nf' MaRt"'. Wholela
Vi" t",,iuT' ToloJ N-
tlonrl hark. Toli rlo O
arih,"-HiP"Th ure ukru lnrnally.
actlnir directly upon the blood and mucus
turfacea f the system. prioe 75 cents
per bottle. Rld by all riruMl.t.
A lizard that Is supposed to have lived
in her stomach twelve years was cxpeo
torated by Mrs. Bertram, of Reading.
A HENPECKED MOOR.
MnMiak Wlvsw Wot oeh Complete HUves
t Thtilr Lord mm Ha MnppoMd.
lb Itoalera women are not such complete
slaves to their husbands aa it generally sup
posed. A Moor Inn officer we took to Jeddah
from Tangier bad his wire with him. She
was hie only wife, and, though ony 18 yeara
of age, hail been married to hint five years
and bad bad three children, one of whom
was dead and the other two alive and left
behind at their home in Ftnt, whence they
He had tsrlc liefnr performed the pil
grimage to Mecca, and each time bad been
aooompanied by hia young wife. This time
they ware taking her mother with them, and,
ludaed, the thoughtful end considerate way
In which be treotnd thorn occasioned me a
good deal of surprise. This bigoted Mussul
manlooked nxm by his Euroaii brethren
aa a jealous tyraut of women, a one utterly
tncanabln of appreciating their higher qual
ities, could certainly have thamed many of
thniu in thia nn.tter.
The ship wa- lying in the hay about a mile
from lb city of Tangier. The sea was run
ning pretty high, and toiirf before they came
alongside both la.ll.-a wr very aick. llently
a lured Ummii on linnnl and laid them down
ia a quiet ox n.-r, while he ruhfl alaait to
seek Ihe la-st place on l-k wbereoii to til his
tent. Thwi be torn iimii his pai ka-ds aud
drew out from thocn carat and piiloara and
curtain, and in a abort while a well fitted
tent waa ready, ami into it be carried the
two women and laid thn down and mail
There they lay till llw neat dav, aa iniicli
like two tinOt of clot lira as anvthitnc elne,
for even their Ima-annd kaiels were luviaible.
Mil l I really la-here I bey did not move once,
although lu a few hours, as anon aa wa had
got through the straits and entered the Medi
terranean, theaea laa-aiiie arfeclly calm and
a great deal of then uulisiusitioii must have
been of that inexplicable list lira which would
have trie. I the patience of many a Christian
Hut he busied huiwlf almtit and lit a
Are, and presently turned out a nice little din
ner, and didnt la hia temper a bit t-ecaus
they would have uone of it, but only gazed
sorrowfully at the provisions that w ere to be
wasted. Then be made them ne toa and
then aotne rfTne, and left nothing untried in
the whole category of things to make them
comfortable, patiently aittlug tliure faulting
tbm, or anon starting np to get them aoma
water or any other thing liver might want
When, (lie next morning, the ladica had
bean induced to look over the aide of the ship
and had convinced thmnaelvaa that the aua
waa aa calm aa it oasibly could be and that,
therefore, they could not any longer Iw aick,
then did they beatir tbemsvlvea and do their
proper work In attonding to the bouse and
doing the cooking Tbey took great pride in
making tbe tent look clewn and neat, and at
together tbey seemed a very happy couple.
A MsBBMh HrlUc.
Some New Yorkers believe the Brooklyn
bridge to be the grmtcNt lu the world, but
these statistics about the bridge across tbe
Forth of Hrotland.tobeopaned inafrw weeks,
diKprove their belief ;
This bridge has three spans acron the
stream, one of which is 1,710 f.-et long, while
tbe Brooklyn bridge proper is feet long.
Tbe space eamned by the Forth bridge la
8,oVS feet, while tbe bridge, from shore to
shore, is R,fW fset and 0 Inches in length. Tbe
approaching spent from tbe sit h aide are ton
in number, each 1(18 feet long, and on the
north aide tbe spent are Sve In number. The
Brooklyn brldgw, In its approach on the ew
York side, ia S,4P feet long, and on tbe
Brooklyn aide l.Wul fwt, making tbe total
length o.VHS feet against 8,0S3 for the Forth.
Tbe coat of the Forth bridge It lost than
that of the Brooklyn, tbe for mar being tl3.
Vm.OoOaud the Utter IS,Soo,Oul. Tbe Forth
bridge bus been eix years In building, and tbe
haiaof life ha been fearful, on tbe average
one death a day occurring by accident. New
A fair :anoalat.
A girl lu a canoe la often of a pltwsnnt
afturnoon oua of the feature of tbe Hudson,
hetwuen New York and Yookort. Tbe
eauoe it what woodsmen call a decked "buck
tall," being 'M luchaa wide by almut lu' feet
long, decked over at both euds and weighing
probably aot over twenty pounds. This
cockle shelits one of the prettlaat things afloat,
with IU thin sldsa of polished cedar and Its
bright eyed occupant seated on a scarlet
cushion on Its bottom. 8be has scarlet rib
bon on her sailor hat and a scarlet satb fast
ened about the waist of her dark blue serge
boating gown. A heavy silk shirt of dark
blue and white stripe tops this, and as ahe
wields the long double paddle she skims the
surface of tbe dimpling river with tbe light
ness aud birdlike motion that only a canoeist
knows. She is an expert sailor lass, and her
bau dips and ducks with all possible grace
to tbe steamer twalla New York Cor
A Owwa That Drte the Bather.
The Russian hath gown, made of towidiug.
Is a recognised boun or bath room bathers,
and ie-iaaa, where they recently made
their appearance, no gentleman' dressing
room ia considered complete without one.
Tbe material now moat popular is in delicate
tiaauoe of strtpst and broad checks. Home
are eruhroldared oo the cuffs and hood with
chenille. Tbe sleeves are straight and lonaa.
Instaod of standing and getting chilled while
the alow opsration of drying With towels
gas ou, the Ruaian atieorber is slipped on aa
you tep out of your hath, and you can at
once proi'eed to your drvselug room and com
f irtahly flulab your toilet By the time you
reach your asm turn you are dry. Naw York
A Versatile Wnsus,
There ia a woman in New York who la an
author, a doctor, an artist and an actress,
After breakraat In tbe morning she spends a
eou.l of hours over the manuscript of the
story or evsy wUtrb aha haa lu fnluyd
to writs from IU to i alia (iraitica meil
olias and fim pa'ien's In bar orTm. Sue
nXt works at uer sial a a paiutier till 8.
and makes pmtures for which fluds buy
era After dinner aud an If ur's rest slat lay
takes batsalf to a theatra. where slie plavs
the ligbl part for whi.h she may U aat do an
in toe cast. Birildes .ill. alia U a niothar,
knows how to maka Ixir own clothes, and
understands bow to use her Income from all
her prufeUiua True Kuig
Haeuy Old Hohuul Hay.
Tti couikaJ Uioideutaof tbe ecboul room
of tihien tlmas even now give many a tw-arty
laugh W tbe gray haired aexa-nurian. There
are aiau luaroortes which bring grief shadow
to tl heart and tears to the eyes as the pan
urwnia of boy aud girl facee aud forma past
In tbe minmr of fuud remembrance. We
think of the dear mate who sat close to us on
the old ruttlu bencha. conning lesson from
ties same books, whispering mutual cotitl
dejree, end ran aliuoet sem to touch the
kindly hands ttietcbed out towards ut from
within the veil whither they loug ago depart
L Happy old achool days; ble-aaid memo
n: Lewitton Journal
The Larder a a "Uuer."
We grumble at a botal or on board ship if
our food k not exactly what we desire, but
few have any tdua of tbe provision needed on
on of tbe A uarioan liners. The passenger
on tbe Royal Mall tteauthlp CnafirU, on one
of bar voyaga from Wew York to Liverpool,
consumed tbe following: 9..VJU pounds of beef,
4.0UU pound of mutton, SOU pound of lamb,
Stt pound of veal, ISO pounds of pork, 140
pouiidt of pickled legs of pork, 600 pounds of
corned tongues, 7UU pound of corned beef,
8,000 pound of fraah fish, 30 pound Of calve'
feet, 19 pounds of ealvae' beads, 430 fowls, S40
spring chickens, 190 ducks, 50 turkeys, 80
g OUO equabe, (00 tint of aardinea, 800
plovers, 175 pounds of taoaagea, 1,900 pounds
of bam, 500 pound of bacon, 10,000 eggs,
3,000 quartt of milk, 700 pound of butter, 410
pound of ooffaa, 87 pounds of taa, 900 pound
of sugar, 100 pounds of rice, 200 pounds of
barley, 100 jars of Jam and jelly, 50 bottles
of pickles, AO bottles of sauces, 90 barrel of
apples, 14 box of lemons, 18 boxes of
oranges, 6 tons of potatoes, 94 barrels of flour,
hall Mall Gatetta.
Fkiutlag the Vlaeae of Oealo.
Fond Mother Wall, my pet, did tbe great
dramatic manager say you would quickly be
ta a star if von should adopt the stage as
Ambitious Daughter Well, not exactly,
but I think be intend to engage m fur a new
Aotnestio drama of some kind. He told me
to go bom and learn to oook. Nw York
Ad eastern man advertises for "a boy
to opea oysters with a referenca." Oys
ters do not generally obtain reference,
bat millions can truthfully testify to tbe
miraculous power of Dr. Bull's Cough
Secretary Blaine baa moved Into the
old Seward bouse la Washington.
What Mr. Wanamaker Says of
TEE IRATE SENATOR TO BE EEAED.
rregreae af the Rpllt la the W. & T. C
A (peek of War la Moataan Over a
BheriOTa Oftlea Mrs. Ooodlne tor la
teraal Bsnsss Collar tor Farther Klae
tloa Katarna fraaa Iowa a ad OhlfS Coat
at from tbe Latter Slate Moetoa
WaaaniOTOlf Citt, Nov. 14 In discuss
ing tbe letter addreewl to him by Wade
Hampton, in ref'-renc So tbe removal of
Wade Hampton OILbea, who waa poetmaa
ter at Columbia, R C, Postmaster General
Wanamaker said yesterday: "I do not pro
poa to go to tbe newspert with the ques
tion of veracity raited between tbe distin
guished outhera senator and myself, or to
discuss tbe subject, which, in point of fact,
eonuarna no one except tbe two parties to
the conversation. I understand that tbe
senator's place of rend soot it not at Colum
bia, and that he It not entitled to the sena
torial courtesy that would be accorded if be
lived at that city.
The CeansBhnloa Mot Issaed.
"At be desire to be beard in corn act ion
with these caaet, and at no coromi salons
have been imoed, I have telegraphed him
that tbey will be held to allow bim tbe op
portunity of saying anything on tbe aubjact
that be desire. I shall not lota my temper,
even though we have vsry bad weather, but
shall endeavor to continue to conduct the
paetoffloe business at tbe old a Land aa usual,
serving DemociaU and Republicans alike,
with exact faimeav lb postofllc depart
ment belong to th people of all parties,
colore, an 1 tempers, and I ehall strive to
keep the balance level am mg them all"
Ioeaa'l Remember the Premise.
To anot her reporter he said that while he
bad no knowledge of a positive promise be
ing made to Senator Hampton, still in, tbe
hurry and coufusion of official business, the
matter might hava been overlooked. He
had no desire to provoke a quarrel with any
senator, aud under tbe circumstances the
com mission of tbe new postmaster wou'd be
held up until the matter could he inquired
Into at th poa offloe department Aa to the
biiter personal ram irk t in Senator Hamp
ton's letter, Mr. Wanamaker thought I hem
too ungentlemanlv to merit a reply
MRS. FOSTER'S ADHERENTS.
They Take Hfepa te Orgaalaa la Orpnaltlo
la the M. C. T. I.'. 1.11m-1 8uit.
C moaoo, Nov. 11 The withdrawal of tbe
low a delegation and th creation of a divis
ion In th W. C T. U. ranks on tbe political
question has resulted in another woman's
society, not yet named, but created under
Mrs. Foster's dirtction for uon -par tian
work. Mrs. Foster, the Iowa stata presi
dent, and the maj.city of the Iowa delega
tion, together with representative from
several other states, held a mwtmg yester
day in tbe room of tbe Iowa state headquar
ters, and after discussing to situation, se
lected a provisional committee to prepare
an address to the women of tbe
country preliminary to a call
for a convention to organiss tbe pro
posed society. Tb commltta will b called
together during the winter to prepare tbe
addreaa. Five hundred dollars was collected
to defray the expense of ths work, and Th
Iowa Meesenger waa eeleotsd as tbe offi
cial organ of tbe committee.
W. C T. C. Commit! Work.
In another room of tbe Palmar bouse the
member of tbe W. C. T. U. executive com
mittee continued tbe work of the convention
in committee work. Mr. Carbart, who has
bean fur a number of years Mra Foster's
opponent for the W. C. T. U. chairmanship
in Iowa, waa made provisional president tor
that state with tbe object of reorganising
the union there. 8lx was tbe only on of
the Iowa delegation who did not IkiIl
Mr. Burnett Fnll or Litigation.
C HICaoo, Nov. 14 Dr. Mary Weeks Bur
nett sued Mrs. A. M. Barker, one of tbe
leading lights of tbe W. C. T. t'., yesterday,
for liVOoii for slander. Tbe doctor sued
Mine Wlllard and her sister officials last
wak for toO.oou, claiming that a circular
which they bad annt out concerning tbe man
agement of the National Temperance hos
pital was false, malicious, and libelous, and
bad injured her prof uional reputation.
Yeeterday's suit it practically based on tbe
same charge. Mrs. Bflker said in tbe con
vention that she belt, 41 ths circular waa
all right The suit is tha rMi t of bar re
THE MONTANA TROUBLE.
Two Mltarlrr. at War for aa Offic with
Aruied Men on tiuard.
Hat-asA, Mont, Nov. 14 That the Silvr
Bow muddle waa not ended Tuesday when
McHatton took possession of the bench and
recognised Engine Sullivan as sheriff was
demonstrated yeeterday. Sullivan la a Dem
ocrat wbo wa elected sheriff at tbe time
McHttton was electa J judge, and by about
the tame vota. U. yd, his opponent, was
sheriff fortbe previous term, end claims
that be was re-eleo-ed by tbe throwing
out oi ma mnnei precinct, notwithstanding
Judge DeWolie ordered and tbe court can
vasser counted tbe vote for Sullivan. After
oourt adjournal Tuesday Sullivan mad a
damaod on Lloyd fur the keys of bis office
and the jaiL Tbe demand waa refuted, and
Hullivan put four armed men In nceuetion
of tbe court-room, wbo held it Tuesday
night Lloyd also put ten extras on guard
al hia office end the jail to preveut Sullivan
taking forcible possession.
MRS. GOODLOE WILL APPLY.
Tbo Widow nf tho Kentaeky PollUoioa for
LaxmoToH, Ky., Nov. 14 Mra William
Caasiua Ooodlne will he an applicant for tLe
office made vacant by tbe dee Ji of bar hus
band, that of collector of Internal rav-nua
for tbe Seventh district of Kentucky. Hr
friends say the it eminently qualified to fill
th position, being a woman oC great execu
tive ability, and at she has a family of eight
children, the friends of tbe dead olouel be
lieve her claims will reoslre th most care
The Ohio Bali
C'OLLMBtt, O., Nov. 14. The official elec
tion return from all counties In tht state
have been received, and that on lie utenant
governor vtriflad, wblob shows a plurality
of 41 for Lampeon (R"p ) over Marquis
(Dam.) With the exception of governor, all
the Republican tioket ia eleoted, aa tbe otber
Republican eandidatas are abeaj of Lam pa on.
The Iowa Election.
I'M Moisrs, la, Nov. 14 The Register
claims tbe election of Poyneer, Rep, for
lieut-iiunt governor, by over K.OUO, Th
News by TT5, while Tbe leader's figures do
not vary n.uch trum the last flgur.-s. The
errors erisiug from tranaruietion by tele
graph could easily ohangs that result. All
tbe rest of the Republican ticket that ia
judge of the eupreni court, superintendent
of public instruction aud railway coinnilt
sioner is elected. Tbe legislative situation
la not fully known, but tbe Republicans have
a majority on joint ballot
Nominated lor Mayor or Boston.
Boston, Kov. 14 Hon. Owtn A. Oalvin
was last night nominated by tbe Democrats
for mayor. Gan. Burrell waa renominated
for street commission r and the selection of
eight members of tbe school board waa re
ferred to a suu-coinmlttee. Tbe convention
was a large but very harmonious gathering.
END OF THE GREAT TOUR.
The Pan Amerleane Arrive at the Capital
aa Kchedale Time.
Wasbisotob; C'rTT, Nov. 14. Tbe great
tour of tbe International American confer
ence through a portion of tbe United States
was concluded la it evening, when tbe
special train drew into tbe Baltimore and
Potomac railroad station, and the sams en
gineer wbo opened the throttle of tbe engine
on the as me spot forty -one days ago shut off
tbe steam of ths same engine 00 the conclu
sion of tht great tour. From tbe inception
of toe idea it had been agreed that tbe same
cars should be used throughout the entire
tour. Tbey war fitted up as living quarters
fortbe party en route. Bteam beat and
alec trio light were nawt, and In ardor that
tbe supply of beat and light should never
tall a looomotiva, fitted for furnishing tbsae
useful eommodltiee, waa neosasary. Many
roada war traversed where tbe motive
power was not equal to this demand, and
toe only oar tain precaution against failure
waa tbe employment of one locomotive for
tbe entire servioa
Aa Copeeeaaaatod rerformanee.
Boob a thing bad never been heard of be
fore In the railway ezjarianoeof this coun
THE riOCK ISJjAND
try, but th l"ennsylvanla company made
the attempt, notwithstanding the fact that
many difficulties seemed to beset the way.
Tbe looomoUt e and the entire train have
traversed ever f foot of tbe5,ttt5 miles, and
came to a full stops stop in tbe station last
evading on tbe minute of tbe schedule, ap
parently a frsib and powerful as when it
steamed out or tbe morning of Oct S. Tb
achievement is a signal event ia railway af
fairs. Cheeie for tbe engineer.
George W. .Joyd, the assistant passenger
agent of tbe Pennsylvania railroad, was
highly complimented for tbe completeness of
tbe details wh oh from start to finish have
been under bit personal supervision. Tbe
train with the wrty pulled into the station
at 6:40 last e enlng. Tb members of the
party soon found their wsy to tbe front en
trance of tbe d spot, wbere carriagea were
waiting, and t ley were at once driven to
their rooms. 1 be party at it passed ths big
locomotive, on it way out of the station,
paused long enough to call Engineer Hart
from his engine and to give bim three hearty
cheers. Afterward the members shook
banda with Hat t and bade him good-bye.
WILL FIGHT THE GOVERNMENT.
The Weatera t'oloa aad the Rates fixed
by Bae-etary Waaaraaker.
New York, Nov. 14. Relative to the
postmaater gen oral's order fixing the rates
for government messages, tbs executive com
mittee of tbe W extern TT.iioo directors htt
adopted resolutions declaring that tbe said
rata are below tbe cost of tbe service to tbe
company; that their enforcement would be
practical oonnVation of property, and tbat
therefore the Co npany will do the business
of tbe government aa heretofore, but will
not accept et pawent mid fixed rates until
it haa tasted the rights in the matter in the
courts: aud tbat the president of the compa
ny is instructed to file this protest in tbe de
partments at Wellington City.
The Arb tratloa Proposition.
President Ore s eenda a copy of the reso
lutions to the p-aumaster general with a let
ter, in which, re erring to the latter' prop
osition to leav.i the fixing of rates In tbe
future to a board of arbitration, he says:
The further coirsa yon auggmt of aboard
of arbitration m within what we have al
ways preferred. We have e ood ready al
ways to supply t tbe incumbent of your of
fice tbe fullest o portunity for searching into
tbe coat of telegcaphic business, and to ac
cept freely his inpartial judgment If you
prefer to delagati tbat judgment to a board
composed as yoi suggest, leaving the rates
for this year to oe governed by that result,
we shall he glal a meet It"
Tha Hai(lila of Labor.
ATLANTA, O., Nov. 14. At yesterday'
session of tbe Ko gbt of Labor convention
the word "of Anierica" were dropped, mak
ing tbe title of tie order simply the Knights
of Labor. This s-as done at tbe request of
Assembly No. 3. of Birmingham, E.igland.
The addresses f Messrs. Powderly and
Eayse were submitted
The afternoon tasinn was devoted to the
trial of Homer McGaw, of Putiburs, for
villiflcation and I tnder of off! cars, and an
attempt to disrupt the ordar. Last night a
public meeting w is held at tbe court house.
Hoke Smith delivered tbe address of wel
come for Georria, and Mayor Glenn for At
lanta. Grand Master Powderly responded.
DEDICATING A UNIVERSITY.
Tha Roman Cat olio Heat of Learning at
Waahlnctoa rhe Prweldent Preaenu
Washixotox ClTT, Nov. 14. Tue Riman
Catholic university was dedicated yesterday
with great pomp and splendor. Much of
the programme hid, however, to be omitted
because of tbe wtitbtr, and only tbat part
tbat wai designed to occur in-Joors was car
ried out The we itber waa damp end rainy,
just tueh a dty at May 23, lhSe, when the
corner-stone of tie university was laid by
Cardinal Gibbons Yesterday tbe highest
prelates of the Roman Catholic church on
tbe western hemisphere and tbe most distin
guished laymen in Ita fold gathered at tbe
university to grate tbe occasion by their
The Indicatory Servirre.
The services in Ktail would require co!
umnt to describe. They ware of the slab
oration customary in great events in tbe
Roman Catholic church, and consisted of
religions services ir tha chapel, beginning at
11 a. m.. In which oontifloal mass was cele
brated, Monsignor Satolb, the papal legate,
being the celebrant Before tbe mass Cardi.
nal Gibbons proceeded in his robes to tht
main entranoe to the university, and ut
tered tbe formal blessing, the rain pouring
down in torrents tb while. At 4 p. m. other
religious services wre held as inaugural ex
ercise. Bishop Uilmour. of Cleveland,
preached the dedicatory ann on. On racb
aid of th altar In tb chapel was a throne,
one occupied by Ca-dlnal Gibbons, the other
by Cardinal Taacbe-eau. The city was full
of Roman Catholics from tbe congress at
Baltimore. Souasa's band rare is had music.
Th Admlalstratloa Attends.
A grand banquet vas givan during tb aft
ernoon, to whico tbe preside-1, vice president
and the cabinet had been invited. Upon
their appearance tie cheering was vocif
erous, but when Bla ne was een the andi
enot gave bim an ovation. Ht responded to
the toast. In tbe banquet hall, "Oiir Coun
try nnd Har Prendent" H said: I
come to represent tl e United State, not ia
any political sense, taoca lees in any parti
san aaues, nor in con lection with any church
or sect, but to speak for all, and tbe great
freedom which we ei joy. I bava made tbe
statement in Protestant assemblies, aud I am
glad to make it in a Catholic one."
He then referred t tbe administration of
President Harrison u ooe which bad pro
duced good reeulta, and continuing said:
"I am glad of every college that ia endowed,
no matter wbo andov a it Every institution
of learning incraaaee the country' culture,
and this I believe wil. budd up the govern
ment of this great country of ours, under
which all are free ant equal"
Tho Praal loafs Health.
When the preeiden- arrived at tbe ball be
was greeted with the strains of "Hail to tbe
Chief," and given a tat at tbe left of Car
dinal Gibbons. Bish ip Keen proposed the
health of tbe preside! t of the United States.
It waa drunk standing, and In response to
urgent calls for a spb, the president eaid:
"I am thankful for tie reception yon have
given ma I nave avoided 1 peso b-making
heretofore on oocasioii of this kind. It has
been my fortune of te 1 to have that covenant
broken by being compelled to make a
speech. I am sure yoi will permit me to act
in compliance with tbst covenant, and again
to simply thsnk you lor your kindly greet
ing." Close f tl e Cxerelaae.
Cardinal Gibbons and other responded to
toaate, John Boyle O Rellly answaring for
the press Cardinal G. boons thanked the
preaident and other ofduiala for their attend
ance, and aaid tbat tbe university would
teach your children 1 3 strangthen the coun
try by their number, enlighten it by tbeir
wisdom, and If neceestry defend It with tbeir
A number of congratulatory cablegrams
and telegrams were notlved duriug tbe day
from all parts of tbe world, among them
from tbe Misses Caldwell, wno sulncnbed so
liberally to tbe endowment of tbe college.
MR3. BESANT .ND HER 9UIT.
Aa Aetlow tor Libel Agaiaat a Clergy,
man Her Pcoullar Viowa.
Lor. CON, Nov. 14 The evideuoe in tbe
ease of Mra Besant, w bo is suing the Rv.
Dr. Hoekyns for l.bd in baring inveighed
against her and her wi itmgs from tbe pul
pit, is extremely racy. The action involves
ths fundamental print iples of morality, and
the result hinges upon .be Jury's interpreta
tion of tbe publications which tbe preacher
criticised, and the degra of tbeir limitation
of literary license In tbs direction of b
soenity. Mrs. Beaam's Beeord.
Mrs. Besant was tiie wife of an English
clergyman, and left her husband because of
their diaagreement npoi question as to the
relations of the srxss. Hlie wss friendly to a
questionable extent wit 1 Mr. Charlee Brad
laugh, and the two collaborated on a book
called "Tbe Fruit of f biloaopby," the pub
lication of which was suppressed. Subse
quently Mr. Beeant procured a divorce
from his wife. In tbe application for which
Mr. Bradlaugb'a name appeared.
The aolentiflo A crlenltnrlsts.
Wasbiwotow Citt, :ov. 14. At yester
day's session of tbs aa elation of American
agricultural college a id xperimant sta
tion, Geo. Morgan, con missioner of Indian
affairs, mad an addresi in which be urged
tbe colleges to prepare Vwchers of industrial
arts for the Indian seta xls. Mr. Willis, of
tb geological survey, plained to tb asso
ciation what tbe aurvey was doing in map
ping the soils of tbe oou itry preliminary to
tbeir thorough study b - agricultural inves
tigators. Tb associatic a in a body called
upon 8crtary Rusk at th department of
agriculture and mat with a cordial reception.
AUG US. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14
BASE BALL POTHER
The League and the Brother
6PALD LUG'S REPORT ON THE CASE.
The Principal Bone of Contention Prac
tiaally Conceded by Awarding Satellffe
SO SJxtra Pay 1 ha Aasoelalloa la a
Deadlock Ward Clalma Fssr Chicago
Ei parts Meeting of Turfmen Rnlea
Amended Jackaon'a Reply to the Great
Kbw York, Kov. 14. Tbe board of direc
tors of tbe Nstional Bate Ball league met
yeeterday and elected Young preaident The
report on playing rules waa received and
adopted and then tbe Brotberhool matter
cam up on the report of A. O. Spalding,
chairman of th special committee to con
sider the alleged grievancea. Tbe report
tells nothing that bat not already been pub
lished, dealing with tbe well-known griev
ance relating to "reserved" player. The
trouble liegan by the transfer of Satellite
from the Detroit to tbe Cleveland club hut
spring, sulci iffe's sa ary with th Detroit
club hod been .:,0j0, but under tbe classifi
cation system adopted by tbe League last
year. Tbe Cleveland club cut it to $1,750.
Violation of Aeroament.
This, the Brotherhood claim -d, wat a vio
lation of tbeir agreement with the League,
which was to tbe effect tbat a player's sal
ary w not to be cut in case of a sale unless
he agreed to it The Brotherhood appointed
a committee to aee about the matter, which
committee applied to Spalding to call a
meeting of tbe director to consider the
question. Spalding said the matter could
wait until fall without hurting anybody.
Later be wrote to Ward, of tb Brother
hood, requesting him to name a place and
date lor the conference, but Ward replied
that the Brotherhood committee bad been
disc-barged and the matter referred to the
who! body. Thia ended the matter for the
Tbe report was endorsed by the directors.
Action of the League Magnates.
Tbe directors then adopted resolutions to
the effect that although it was not in evi
deuoe that Sutcliffe had not agreed to the
reduction of salary, yet it was the plain in
tention of both parties, at tbe time tbe Broth
erhood contract was agreed upon, that the
players, whan thereafter reserved for an en
suing session, should receive not leas than
tbe same aaiary specified in tbe contract for
the current season, and as this ia th only
case that has beau brought to tue notice of
the League involving a claim of tbe charac
ter indicated, It it hereby ordered that the
secretary of tbe League pay to the aaid E. E.
Sutcliffe tbe sum of $2i0, being tbe differ
ence between tbe amount paid bim for hit
services with the Detroit club for the season
of lc&H, and the amount tlsas far paid by the
Cleveland club for the aeaen of 1869.
An Association Dead look.
Tbe Asswiation spent the whole day try
ing to elect a president, but after taking ISi
hallote adj. urned. Tbe candidates are
KrautbotT and Fbelps.
Signed with tha Brotherhood.
New Your, Nov. 14. Preaident Ward, of
the Brotherhood, announce that the follow
ing signed yesterday with tha Flayers' Na
tional Lengue club of Chicago: Ryan, Will
iamson, I'lfffor and Basluin. Ward alto
said the Brotherhood had secured grounds
for the Brooklyn club, paying 1 10.000 for
AMERICAN TURF CONGRESS.
A Taw Changes of Ru'es Adopted at the
Chicaoo, Nov. 14 The American Turf
congreas held its annual meeting in the office
of the Washington Park club at tbe Palmer
bouse yesterday, and discussed tbe rulee
drawn up by Secretary Bruce as amend
ments to tbe present rules. Tb most im
portant change made was th altera
tion or clause A of Rule 47. Tbe clause read:
"There shall be no race given for horses 8
years old and upward less than tlx furlongs."
The amended rule it at follows: "There
shall be no danh racs given for horses 3
years old and upward less than one mila "
Another chauge struck out the ru e against
making contracts with bookmakmg firms
for belting privileges; another makes a per
son ruled off for fraud, ruled off for life, and
another r. quires two or more horses run in
the same race and ownini whollv or in part
by tbe same person to be coutJed in all
pools, etc A number of minor change
wars alto made.
think Sullivan la ltlufflng.
Losdon, Nov. H -Jackaon, the colored
pugilist, doe not take Sullivan's challenge
to fibt bim for f'JO.OOO seriously. Neither
doe 'Parson" Danes, Jackson's manager,
wbo controls tbe black man absolutely.
"When Sullivan puts up his money," aaid
Davies, "we will consider tbe proposal, but
we will not change our plans here on Sulli
van's account or any one's elsa. "
A Chanr for Americans.
Wasbinotoh Citt, Nov. It lion. Benet,
chief of ordinance, in bis annual report
says concerning smokeless powder tbat tb
need of tbe hour is an American who can
invent tuch a thing, none having come for
ward as yeL He believes tbat tbe powder
dow in ne in Europe ia tbe invention of an
American, wbo for some reason did not
avail bimsnif of encouragement g.vcii him
ten years ago. Until tb powdr Is forth
coming th general opposes any change in
calibre cf small arms, but ssys the models,
both for a breech -loeder and a inagaxine
r.fle, are ready when tbe powder is.
Cleveland Laya a Corner Stone.
BaootXYS, N. Y., Nov. 14. The oorner
atone of the Thomas Jrfferson club bouse,
tbe headquarter of tb Dsmocracy of King
county, in course of er eel ion on Boarum
place, waa laid with appropriate caramoniaa
Wednesday afternoon by ex-President
G rover Cleveland. All the Democratic or
ganizations throughout Kings county war
represented at tbe ceremony. Several thou
sand people were preesnt The structure,
which will coat about 13 J, 000, will be ready
for occupancy May 1 next
Farmers' National Congroaa.
ilO!CTaoMERT, Ala., Nov. 14. Tbe Farm
ers' National congress assembled In the bourn
of representatives' bail here yesterday, dele
gate attending from all tbe states and ter
ritories. Maine alone has forty delegates.
Among the recommendation ma le by noted
speakers were: Improvement of the Mlsait
t ppl snd Missouri rivers and the Hennepin
ranal; a deepwater harbor lu Texas; subsi
diaed steamship for th South American
trade; Chicago as th site for th World's
Went lnaan on the Btaje.
LONDO, Nov. 14 M. Dessoir, a court
actor, was seizd wiib insanity while par
forming bit part on th Yiunna stage Tuee
day evening, and IwCiine so violent that be
was remove! with great difficulty.
Want to Interfere In Ruaala.
I HILAItJni a, Nov. 14. After George
Kentian, the well-known Siberian trav
eler, had delivered his lecture on the Sibe
riun penal svstem last night in Association
hall, Dr. MiWknr, of tbe Church of tbe
Holy Trinity, auggested that a meeting be
called with the obj ct of .starting a move
ment to induce this government to use its
influence to secure an alleviation of the
evils of that system. Tbe suggestion was
enthusiastically receive 1 by tbe audience,
and llr. Kennan approve 1 it, thougb doubt
ing if it would succeed In ita purpose.
Col. Ingeraoll Daughter Married.
Niw York, Nov. 14. Miss Eva IngeraoU,
aged 26 years, eldest daughter of Col Rob
ert G. Ingersoll, was married yesterday by
Judge Barrett to Mr. Walston'Hill Brown,
bead of the banking firm of W. H. Brown
At Bros. Th wedding occurred at CoL In
gersoll's residency 400 Firth avenue, and
was a quiet affur, on'y intimats friends be
ing invited. Judge Barrett ia an intimate
friend of CoL Ingersoll and on this account
was asked to perform the csremooy.
The Karl of Monateaahell Dead.
LOUDON, Nov. 14. Tbe Earl of Mount
catbell is dead. Stephen Moore, Earl of
Mountcasbell, was born March It, 115.
His estate waa in County Tlpperary, Ire
land, where his ancestor, Stephen Moora,
was made governor by King William a out
I066, in consideration of having loaned that
monarch 13,003, which bis msj-sty oould
not repay. Tbe title of earl was bestowed
upon tbe family in 17SL
Tbe Deetllatioa la the Tranavaat
Lost Dow, Nov. 14. Advices from tb
Transvaal represent tb previous report of
famine and drought throughout tbat region
as by no meana exaggerated. Suffering pre
vails in all directions, nnd tb aathoritlti are
making svary effort to provid relist.
r : 1 : ,
THE HAKES IN LUCK
A Family of Hollanders Hear.
HEIRS TO AN EKOBMOUS rOBTUNl
A Kieh BrUtiv Die aad Leave Them
th Startling tarn of 4S,6OO,O0O to
Divide Betweea Them Two of the Fear
Brothers Dead Before the Ship Cam
In, bat a Dan Children Lett te Revel
St. Lor is, Nov. 14. There is a fortune of
(4.5,000,000 wai tin; in tbe English courts of
chancery for a numlier of resident of this
this city. Ab ut forty years ago four sturdy
young Ho'.Isndert Louis, William, Herman,
and Jobn Hake arrived in New York from
Tbe Hague. Tbeir sole fortute was tbeir
energy and good health. Tbey bad left their
homes in Holland for tbe free land of Amer
ica, expecting to carve otit a future for
themselves by bard work. Louis and William
came at once to Louis, where they ob
tained work, and were soon followed by tbeir
two brothers, Herman and John. With mu'ual
assistance they began to rue in tbe world,
and in a f w years were all iu business and
prospering About twelve years ago John
Hake died, and seve 1 yeara afterward his
brother Herman f olio we 1 bim, each leaving
a family of about aix cbddren.
News of a lionansa.
A lawyer named Z -ra, representing him
self as being one of the memlwrs of a Lon
don firm of solicitors, arrived in Ht Louis
recently and called on the Hake brothers.
He stated thtt be bad some important newt
to commnnicate to tbe heirs of Herman von
Hake, w ho died at Birmingham, England,
in leaving an immense fortune in lands,
vessels, securities and ready cash. Tbia for
tune, he said, was estimated at abjut $i.
000,000. Herman von Hake had died sud
denly at hia home, leaving no will and giv
ing no rlua to the whercaliouU of any rela
tives. Inquiries resulted in the discovery
tbat he bail formerly bad a nephew wbo
lived at The Hague, but this nephew bad
died leaving four aons wbo had emigrated to
America about tbe year 1S5).
Forty-Ave SlllliAna la Money.
Tbeae anna were tbe only heirs to thia im
mense wealth, as tbey were the only surviv
ing relatives. By tome meana be heard tbat
a number of Hakes were living in this city,
and without any expectation that his hopee
would be realised he decided to come and
see them. He asked tbem all manner of
questions and became convinced at last that
be bad found a clue. He then told tbem why
be had searched so long and assiduously for
tbem and gave them tue welcome news that
(45,000,000 lay in the coffers of chancery
waiting only for tbe rightful heirs to prove
Had a night To He Startled.
The brothers were astounded at this intel
ligence, an I gave Mr. Z-rs instructions to
do all in his power t i assist in proving tbex
claim to th property. He had decided to
return to England ntU-r transacting some
business in California, but while there was
taken ill and died. Zrs' firm pushed tbe
claims, and yesterdsy the brothers received
a cablegram from London requesting thtm
to come at once prepared to anpear in court
and prove their identity. Tbey will leave
NEW WAV TO FIGHT A TRUST.
Buying aa Interest 80 as to Oat I nal. la
end Go lo Law.
Nxw York, Nov. 14. The euit of George
Rice, the Marietta, O., oil refiner, againtt
the Standard oil trustees, to compel tbe issu
ance to Rice o aix share of Standard oil
trust stock, now standing in the name of J.
B. Mallaby. was b-guu in the supreme court
bere yesterday. Mr. Rice tonght the stock
in 1SMI from Mnllaby, but delivery was re
fused. Tbe (Standard people take tbe
ground that Rice's obj-ct in buying
the stock wa to obtain a right to
Inquire into the inside operations of the
trust, intending to use tbe information in
suit against tb trust and ultimately com
pel tbe trust to buy his refinery, which be
value at (VM.IHKl. M'. Rice denies that be
wants to sell tbe refinery, and sys tbat all
be wants to obtain by litigation ia equal
Pars Tour Honey and Takes Your Choice.
St. Loris, Nov. 14 President Ellis
Wainwright, of tbe St. Liuis Brewing asso
ciation,in an interview yesterday afternoon,
emphatically denied that the properties of the
association bad been soli to . n English syn
dicate, far contra, Me-srs. Murray and
Underwood, the agents of tbe London la
ventnieut company, announce t!iat notwith
standing Mr. Wainwri;ht's denial of tho
fact, they have succeeded in purchasing
about ill per cent of tbe stock of the St!
Louis Brewing association, and that they
have made a first payment of (10 per share
on tbeir purchase.
Destruction or t antes Papers.
Washington Citt, Nov. 14. Tbe accu
mulation of offl dal paprs in the flies of tbe
government departments baa become to
great tbat a committee of employes in tbe
Internal revenue bureau has submitted a re
port to tbe secretary of tbe treasury con
crrning tbe files of tbst office, in which it it
recommended that 10,112 cubic feet of tbe
old useleaa papers, ngh-raating 15 J tons, be
immediately destroyud. The internal rev
enue is on y one of tbe many bureau! in tbe
treasury driartmnt, and all of these have
their flies crowded with papers that era use
leaa to tbe government.
Bonn tog I ooe r ad a "Corner."
LONDON, Nov 14. -One of tbe largest bak
ing establishment in tbe city has surrendered
to the demands of the Journey m-n bakers for
lam hours a day, and the other firms will
probably follow. In fact, they must, or
eloae up. 1 be German bakera imported
have been taken care of by the strikers, aud
John Burns, by communicating with his
agenta abroad, hasstoppal further Importa
Aa Illiaole Forger Skips Out.
roNTLAC, Ills, Nov. 14 William H. Furs
man, a real estate and money broker, aud
long a prominent reside.it of this place, has
taken to flight, fearing arrest on account 01
forgeries, which it is believed will aggregate
(1J0,00U. Hit criminal operations have ex
temiel over a period of eeveral years, ti.
Victims being Hudson, Burr Co, of Bloom
ington. Hprackala' kugar Arriving.
Philadelphia, Nov. 14 The tbst in
voice of 1,000 hogvheads of sugar for tb
SprecVels sugar refinery is now being re
ceived and weighed Ly the public weigher.
Thia is an indication that the new refinery
will soon he running, aa it is the preliminary
cargo for tbat purposs.
Beer Slew Helping Gotham.
Ngw York, Nov. 14. The Lager Bier
Brewers' es-oclaUon yesterday anbscribed
(440.0110 to the World's fair guarantee fund.
Tbe fund now amouuts to (ii,3M, 1 10.
Captured a Minnesota Keoundrel.
Nxw Yokk, Nov. 14 Dateetiv Birgts.
Lanthier and Hickey early yesterday morn
ing arrest a 1 E Si Leares on tbe ateamar
Teuton io, of tbe White B ar line. Leares
is wanted iu Bird Ialan l, Minn., for selling
mongaged property. The officers found
bim sscreted in th bold of tbe vessel H
Waa on hia way to join but wife iu Sweden.
Tbe prisoner socompauied tbe officers to the
Tombs police oourt, where be wat held ptnd
iug tht arrival of requisition nauers.
A Council of Building Associations.
Chicago, Nov. 1 Representative of
eighteen national building associations met
yesterdsy at th Sherman bouse to perfect
the organisation of the League of General
Building and Loan associations. Tbey
lectcd th following officers: President, M.
D. Miller, 8t Paul; vice president, Oeorg
J. Piet, New York; Secretory, Own Sjou,
Itloomingtua; treasurer, W. J. Richardson.
Eaemp'ary Vnuu Man Levants.
Omaha, Nov. 14 The Bee this evening
eays H. H. Miller, a son of Emily Hunting
ton Miller, tb authoress, has absconded,
leaving debrtdus members ut tbe Trinity
Methodist church in Kountsi place, amount
ing to about (1,000. Miller was treasurer of
the church and haa always been considered
an exemplary young man. He is a nephew
of Paul Miller, a Cincinnati millionaire, and
on of tho leaders in th Chautauqua move
ment. Strike mf too Girt.
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 14 Two hun
dred girl in th Nawiuaa corset factory
struck yeeterday because of an increase of
S cent a spool In th prio of '- thread. Mr.
Newman agreed to ask tb thread manufac
turers for a redaction and th girls returned
I -ay -w -w-a w
a test Styles and the most
Lacs Curtain Stretchers 1
gTrTTlTTITTTl I 1 C"l !
our of roLDtaa fsjuw.
Will Ssvc you Money, Time and Latior.
EVFKY lIOUSSKXKrkR SilOLLD HaVI U
any lady tea operate tlicov.
For Sala By
TELEPHONE NO. MM.
Gen. IVtroua, governor of Jalisco, Mexico,
aas assassinated, it is iae)ared,by a Nihilist.
An investigation into ths Nw York dock
system shows that tbe city has been robbed
by the illicit masters.
The teamer Granite State sank in the
O.iio riv-r Wednesday, twenty mi Us above
Cairo, 11 is. Loss, (5,000.
FloyJ county, Indiana, farms are overran
with rats, a Inch are gobbling evivythins; In
eicbt in the shape of corn, etc.
Twenty-five patients of tbe Indianapolis
Insane asvlum were taken to the perform
ance of " Pair nf Kids" at tbe English
Opera house thei-e Wednesday.
While R D. Blake was riding on a loo; -motive
at Little Roclc, Art, Tuesday, tbe
cyiin ler cock Uew off and made a deafening
noi-e. Since then B.ake can neither hear
Pr. Ames, of Minneapalis, is in receipt of
another li-tter threatening bim with dire
vwifunce. t.r Lis utterances about Ireland
in hi rri. sp-erh iu that city. The letter
Is 'igtKst "t-'ian-na-GueL"
Jovph M. H .linan was hang at Wcud
bury, N. J., Wednesday morning, for the
mnr ier of II -niinn iseiilelmann, a pe Idler,
iu March Inst lie assist-1 the jail offlciials
in constructing the euaffold ou which he
Sjih le cuinty, Missouri, is nuffY-ring an
piilenuc of hydrophobia. A unmix of doja
h iw (i'liie ma.i and now it is reported thus
cows and horses are going rabid. All do;s
are shot oo sight by tbe cit tens, who go
armed for that purpose.
Firmera in Indiana art inquiring into an
allegd association to which tney have con
tributed i50 apieo. and which claims to
save i:s members money in tbe purchase of
goods. It claims to be iucorporated, but
the record cannot be found at Iuilianapolia
Ex-Governor St. John, the Prohibition
orator, advertised a speech at Milwaukee
Wednesiiay merit on Sunday closing, charg
ing vs. cents admission, A large nnmbsr of
clt-rsynien went, when the orator proceeded
to haul them over the coals for not putting
dnwn tbe rum demon. Many of the clergy,
men lelt the hall indignant
PROSECUTION NEARLY THROUGH.
The Cronin Cas Adjourned to Saturday
A Witnesa Ruled Out.
Chicaoo, Nov. 14 Judge UcCornsll
ruled out the testimony of Daniel Brown,
the state witro, wbeu court convened yee
terday morning, on the ground that it
would involve the examination of the whole
oT the Ciao-na-Gael trial proceedings in tb
Only Ou Mnr TVItneae.
The state made no further argument and
stated that but one more witness remained,
Mr. Clancy, of Sew York, and he was not
present but would be bere this mora
ing. Mr. Forrest then moved en
adjournment to Monday, sayinz that be waa
worn ont and needed reat. Tb Judge de--M.l
to ko oo Saturday morning and court
adj.inrnrd lo tbat time.
Tl e crosF-exaniination of McKmnon, of
Winnirw-fr, brought out nothing new except
that Houik told him bethought he was being
watched l.y two men, and that was hit rea
son fur adopting an alias. Tbe other testi
mony was not iuiiortant.
It Was Not Slnionrla.
The man hom Lieut. Bchuettler arrested
for J. K Simon Js, the purchaser of tbe fur
nitnre founi in tbe Carlton cottage, was
William McXamara, a cab driver. Ha wat
Cairauo. Nov. IS.
Vuotatlona on the board of trade Ui-day
were aa r,.ilos: Wheat-No. s November,
upt-m-d aud closed 8.0: I let-ember, opened
&c. closed tt-c. May. opened i-sHc. closed
tjft'sc. I'orn-No. r November, opened ic
closed .slVc: Iiei einlwr. opened li.'VfcC. closed
a.'-; ilaj. opened 83lc. closed ifc,c. Oat
-No. 2 November. o)ieued 2Uc, clraed 'Hc;
December, opened ioc, closed aVs May,
opene.1 .c. closed JM.-. fork-November.
iiM-ned tJ'.Ou. closed tV ; year, opened SD.W,
closed ..'i: January, opened tv.it: H. closed
.. "Hi Lard November, opened and closed
Live etock Following were the quotation
at the I nlou stock yards: Hops Aiarket
opened alow with price ijlilc lower, later
now active and prices lirin: light grles, 13.96
KMaVt rou b racking. J.i.li5a,ATU; mixed
lott, a.i.'i; heavy packing and shipping
lota, $a.7u&3.J.i. Cattle-Market steady to
Btronir. beeves, fcUSiiifra'iO-. medium to good,
a.7..1i4.2-. cows, fl.3Uji2.tiO; atockera. t-&
X.T5-. Texas steers. S.loJA'.ni. Sheep .Market
tirm: native niuttoua. H.Soii.Tt; weatera
graseers. HlOli.!!; corafed,St.iOil.W; la tuba,
jVroUuoe: Butter-Fancy El -in creamery,
-'J&Jitc per lb; finest dairy, -c; packing
stock. TulKc. Eggs Strictly fresh: l?lo
per dox; ice bouss. 16Jl?c. Liv poultry
liens. Tt3Ao per lb: turkeys. HalOc; docks. Sc:
geeae, A5oa:j5 per doc. Potatoes Beauty
of Hebron. '&&Z7a per bu on track; common
and mixed lots lS&3c. Apples Good to
fancy, l.a2.60 per bbL Cranberries-Wls-oontln,
t.0uta;.73 per bbL
Nrsr Tore. Nov. 13.
Wheat Ko. f red winter cash, &H.'A4c: do
December, 8!4c; do January, BMc; do May,
Wc Corn No. I mixed cash, aeVvVKo:
do December, SfSic: do January, sUHo; do
May, 3c. Oata Jutet; No. X mixed eaah,
ftfcflTMc: do November, If: '4c. do Decem
ber, iTc. Rye Dull. Barley Nominal.
1'ork Vuiet: mess, $ll.nJll.ai for Inspected.
Lard Dull; November, tS.37; December.
Live Stock: Cattle Prima steers scares
aud held at former price; lower grade more
than plenty, and dull at a de.iline equal to
luc per 10J lbs; native steer. a. perils)
lbs: bnlla and oowa. $l.i.7S. bh ep and
Lambs Sheep, steady; 8.50ai.lS per 10 lba;
lamb, extremely dull aud He per lb lower;
.uaiaj; Hogs Dull feeling: nominal vnlne,
ts.UUtt4.su per luu lbs.
Hay Tnland prairie, $8.00.
Hay Ttaeuy new as.uu.
HayWild, x.autM6 on.
Oot-Boftll:nai si. 00
Cora Woo Oak, 4K ; Hickory, as.
- T . - 1 -Jel-. BBS I mm
attractive prices combined make
' tXX'O A
1 reserved for
-CARSE & CO..-
Boots and Shoes.
R CRAMPTON & CO, '
Are now prepared to undertake the Inthrior Dkco
ratiok of Houses with
MODERN WALL PAPER.
In the most approved manner.
New Styles for the Spring
are beginning to arrive. Oar stock is complete for
the season in all grades and prices very
low for 6tock and labor,
tBf-Your orders solicited.
STOVES AND RANOES-
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coal.
Tbe latest design of the long series of ALADDIN Stoves. This is beautiful in
ita ornamentation, novel in many of its features is bound to be a good seller. Be
sure and examine Ibis store aud learn iu good points for after seeiuu it v ou will
buy no otber.
I have of course a supply of tbe celebrated ROUND OAK3. This has been
so popular that it is being copied as far as tbey dare o? unscrupulous parties Lut
don t be deceived buy the Round Oak made by P. D. Beckwiih. I am the ' sole
agent for above goods as well as other desirable goods, Hardware etc
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third aTenne and Twentieth St., Rock Island
SPECIAL SALE AT
1605 Second Avenue.
200 Muffs at 45c worth 75c. 100 Muffs at 85c worth $1.25.
Beaver, Seal, Monkey, Oppossum Muffs and Setts, going
cheap at this Special sale. Fur Trimmings in all
widths and kinds. Fur work of all kinds guaranteed fi rst class
s'gn ot the Red Gloye. west of Market Square.
A. J. SMITH Sc SON,
FULL LINE OK
Mantles, Tiles and Grates,
Now ready for your Inspection. Call and tee our assortment and
connini nnr nr1aa. Kaaw .-.!
1M and 17 Wtt Third Stmt,
trade a great
success at the
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
w vasawiv vujaug .