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THE DAILY ARGUS
Why low Tariff HP Fmrmerr,
Taj leaaarter Always ae F.rter.
lTte,iea !se r oi.
Bla..-Fart la renar Over.
The increaae la the value or our farm
between 1W nl 1J" V follow;
Vslne of feraie
IWil lneres, ! n resrs U.Jn ,
Average Trail? ,Bcr BVJ,es,SO
Tble tli tnt iraile era. tb tea
jor of a ilrniifratir low tariff . Con
vaai the Willi tbe pl twenty years of
uo.. I..... .&. ota, nor
Totsl Inrresee. teentr rear I l.m.MU.T
Aserags reerif lui ' I'T.HM.MI
la other words, farming u 00 par
cent more prosprrou under democratic
low tariff ibso it ba been under re pub
Itcan high tariff. In exact flffure the
two to ) (rn (in. ....$ nfit,8a
IWtl tp l!in,uiuitmn rears) s.874,s,1D1
Wliea vr ronsiilrr that the population
more than doubled and the weal lb of the
country nrr'il mora tban five fold
betwrro 1S.1D nd 18), the Igoiacance
of then fl.ure cannot be over-eat Ira ated.
Tbat fur m It) 8 paid under a low tariff
In ihon hi the capital Invented la It:
fcirUiA. .48 4,00T.
Yearly Inerras, tOVt per osow
Tbat it bit not paid uuder protection
Deed but a !nce at the cenu figures:
W.T4V 4! mr. tl0.1WT.0M.TTt.
rmi) liiersase, ti per eeoi.
In U-n )tarsot low tariff our farm
have doubled in value. In twenty year
of protection they have only Incrersed
fifty-four per coot. No other explana
tion la nei'df.l why farming no lunger
pay, why ihe farm land of Vermont are
for aie at $2 per acre, and why induitry
1 seeking other field.
During the "free trade era" 123.030
firm were engaged in manufacture, and
tbe Benin itiow tba following capital
Yorly lnr-iae, ft par cast.
The farmer and tbe mill owner were
then on tq.iel term, and both prospered.
Manufacturing was confined to wbat
would py. In 1381 the cotton mill
owner of New England, the woolen mill
owner of New York and the Iron mon
ger of Pennsylvania-about 8.0O in
number obtained control of the legisla
tion of the United State and this la how
they proief-ed themselves:
Yearly Increase, tv perceot
These figure are the total of all
manu'ecture. protected and oon-proteo-ed.
Some Industrie, like our hlp ytrd,
have be'n. "protected" out of existence,
ier have been crippled, tnd theie
bring down the average, for only a tmall
proportion of our manufacture are pro
tected. and they have prospered not otily
at the expense of the farmer, but at
the rxpenee of the unprotected manu
facturer. In 183iM30i the American farmer had
the whole world for a market. lie conld
tell anywhere and bring hi payment In
foreign good into the country. If bi
payment u taxed, It wa only properly
taxed to bear it f sir share of the ex
pensis of government, lie wa then.and
a today, the importer of 90 per cent of
tbe fureigo guoda couiiug iuto the coun
try. He was then the only compotitor of
the unprotected, a he I today tbe only
competitor of tbe protected mill owner.
Import are tbe payment w r. rxiva
for our exported surplus product. Not
ouw duller worth of foreign good can
be luipor.eJ in the country except to pay
ment for Amerirnn labor and our pro
Tb pre tected mill owner ha no other
"cuiupetitor" tban the American farmer,
with the exception of a few unprotected
American manufacturer who may he
left out of tbe juration. No human be
ing outside of the United State ran enter
loto competition with the American mill
owner, and inside the United State the
farmer who Import H per cent I the
only one whom be fear, or tbe only one
whose competition ran affect bim
Ifwe ,-.- ".'.1 euiu-J
fherrbanl (hip would enter our port.
Helling I buying, haying Is selling. They
are tbe two aide of on transaction. If
w had nothing to sell, we could buy
nothing. Trade would stop.
Great Britain forced open tbe port of
China because the Chinese merchant bad
something to sell, and their government
would let them Import the payment. Tbe
buyer, who could not get what they
wanted to sell without paying for It, bad
to deliver tbe payment through tbe use
of force the seller, the Chinese merchant,
could not bring to bear upon hi govern
ment. If China had nothing to sell, her
port might have remained wide open
for a thousand yean without one dollar'
worth of foreign good going Into them,
or even a tran.p vcaael calling at one of
Utem for anything except water.
It I a physical and logical impossi
bility for a mill owner nutaide the United
State to enter into direct rnmeltloo
with a mill owner IdsM tbe United
State He must buy our surplus pro
ducts to get his goods Into Amtrlean
ownership, and once in American owner
ship, they become the product of Ameri
can labor. 1 bare cab be no competition
be ween the buyer and the seller, or the
seller and the buyer, and tbe foreign
mill owner mut be on one or tbe other
side of all transactions with Americans.
All Individual competition of ever kind,
in any country, must tie confined to tbe
Inhabitants of thai country. This tariff
fight la between two Americana lb
American exporter on one side and the
American niul owner on tbe other.
The farmers of this country sold last
year In fureitn countries $ jOO.OUO.IXKJ
wor:h of surplus farm product. They
look in I'-tianL or brought back, or tbe
bum sent bick in payment, foreign
goods These forsign goods, bought
with our farm products, were, before
they entere.l the country and while still
on the high seas, the property of our
farmers. The minor details of trade and
tb agencies emoloyed In the exchange
imply iitfog the question. The proO'
on them were profits fur the farmers. If
forelcn mills "aoJ"aior cheaply "com
peted." tl.ey call it than our mills, they
competed only wi-h other foreign mills
In their owu country to get our surplus
farm products, and the product of the
competition went to the American far
meror should have gone.
These foreign goods di not enter Into
competition with the American mill
ownera1 goods until afu-r the American
farmer or Ms ant hvi received them
inpayment for his surplus exported, until
Le was the owner f then, and they were
the fruits of bis toil.
Competition the only competition
possible with tbe American mill owner
begins when the American farmer desires
to dispose of the foreign payment for bis
exported product, exchanging it with bis
countrymen for other products of labor.
t,;" ,fIm7 'nd th miU re
vs a in buMneas; In open, active com
Vw f,rn,,r UM 5)O.0O0.(XJ0
woru, of fureign manufactured goods.
countrymen. Th. protected mill owner
timet as m.i.b The f.rm.r has ex.
changed each dav . iUor nii tum f
products that t... tw0 or three dayf
labor In an AmHrican mm. The
fanner sells dear or buys cheap
whichever way It may be put. He has
thewblp-band of tbe promoted. Bill
owner la business nnder fair p. ay. and
caa nnder sell him.
Tbe mill owner bowled for protection
In 1801. Protection from wheat and
Protection from tbe American farmer.
Protection from the American farmer's
surplus. Protection from tbe American
farmer's payment for his surplus. Pro
taction from tbe American farmer dis
posal to bis countrymen of tbe payment
for but surplus. Protection from tbe
American farmer's competition in tbe dls
posel to bis countrymen of tbe payment
for his surplus.
There was no oiber human being on
this green earth from whom the American
mill owner could be protected, or from
whom be wanted protection. There was
no other human being who entered Into
competition with him, or who could enter
Into competition with him, except tbe
He was protected but protected from
the American farmer only.
Tbe American farmer waa forbidden to
take la payment for bis surplus any re
lined sugar, nnder penalty of a fine of
three and one half cents iter pound to
protect forty-nine refiner
The American farmer wa forbidden to
take In payment woolen cloth, under pen
alty of a fine of sixty to ninety per cent,
to prefect 1. 990 cloth weaver.
Tbe American farmer waa forbidden to
take In payment cotton cloth, under pen
alty of a fine of forty to 230 per rent to
protect 1,000 cotton spinner.
The American farmer wa forbidden to
taka lo payment Iron orcteel, under pen
alty of tony per cent to protect 1.005
The American farmer waa forbidden to
take In payment ailk goods under penalty
of a floe of fifty per cent in protect 8M2
And so on, and so on
Every line la the tariff that protects
aabody or anything is leveled directly at
tbe American farmer, forbidding bim In
so many words to take In payment of bis
farm produots sold abroad whatever is
made by the person "protected." because
tbe farmer might or could, or would sell
It again, at a profit to his countrymen at
a lower price tban tbe piotrcted mill
The yearly product of over two million
farmers most be sold a iroad. There are
t 000,000 more In the farming business
tban are required to supply our 65.000,
000 people. There are lea tban thirty
thousand establishments protected from
their competition, and the highest esti
mate of the persons employed men,
women and children In these protected
establishments it 909.000. The 30.000
mill owners, who make large fortunes
when times are good through tbe protec
tion tbey enjoy against the competition
of tbe 3.000,000 farmers, wax fat; but
tbe latter wax leaner and leaner.
Prom 1830 to 1360 these mill owners
were not protected against the farmers
and farming paid. Tbe value of our
farm Increased 10 per cent yearly, or
more than double me rate of increaae of
From 1880 to 1880 these 30.1X0 were
protected against the farmer and farm
ing baa not paid. Tbe value of our
farm is Increasing only 2J percent, year
ly, or less than the rate of Increase of
In 1830 our farms represented 40 per
cent of our national wealth, and in 1S80
they represented only 93 per coat, a de
crease of one-balf.
Taar. Valna of Farms. Tntal W!th. PnOt
1V) lS.rTI.S76.41t 17,135.780.M -IS
llXtO SSi5.U4ft.l07 l.l!WlUhM 41
dM )0,8;,W,T78 4J.SIH.UUU.U0U X3
And the American farmer votes solidly,
votes blindly, and will continue to vote
every year to protect the mill owner
against competition by himself and only
himself. T. E. Willson.
11m .V-tr urk World's fair guaranta
fund new amnunw to e,0.',.VC
Tl.e lairat alli gad "trust" u said to ba in
proee o! organisation among th, type
Ua Kelly, a auppartar of Dr. alolilyan,
baa Imu livuiad Itmoau Catholic barial by
that rtiuich in New York.
Acting Judge Advocate Lienor, of th
Unit I Ktate, army, aaya the prinaipal Oause
of dstei tioa is drunkenness,
Ex-('onKrMtnan Ouantber, of Wiwunain,
la a i aiululate for elark of tb, linum of rp
rawaiiteilvea at Washington.
Oale-burg, III,, is terroris I by a gang of
firebug-, aud tb cit s 'ns threaten lynch law
If any of lb, mtaorsanta ara caubl
J. Hubwaru, of Kansas City, has been ar
rea ad for fraudulent failure. Ut got away
with f'VOUU worth of Jaaralry wbn h,
Tba berg, Iahpeonux, of Detroit, ladra
wlib coal, waa ioat in Monday' gal near
ilaaoiuiiMM. Mka Har captain and crew
alra. Kat BaruKant, of Kaaas City, row
hlilad John katuaay on tb, street of rhat
ntty Tburlr. -i-- itm latter bait alao
mm bar husband.
Ki-AUUrmaa HdlocK, of CLican, ana
attacked by an unknown man la-wday
evaning as be wa going bom, and naarly
killed with a dab.
Tb Jaax, A. Smith A Bia lo, and Fuel
aompauy, of East St Louia, Ida, mad, an
aaalfnmeat Tbnrday. Tu, liabilities ar
estimated at 191.010.
A auit for lUS.UX) ba iumn lieguu against
tb, railway by O. W. Lowry. a proroi
Bnt grain d,Ur of Lincoln, NL , fur dis
criminating against birn.
Anthony Joseph, delegato in cougrms
frwm Nw Uaxieo, will IntrodfL-n a hill at
th. Doming asmion fur admiaxwi k stMlas of
I labo, Worainr, Arisuna an 1 Now Mm
Consul Brown aanda from OUa(,i tb
a'aasimut tbat tb, lamort at turn Kirt
United Htatea produrta liav, in th nine
mtb fallan off 11.154, 1 A, chiefly m m baat
Jacob Bainta, of Buffalo, ab ut two wwtke
ago, gav, a bard up druDmi" Tu cent for
a Louisiana lottery ticket Ttiurl,. ha di
eovarad tbat tli, tiekat waa worth f !0oo,
having drawn tbat amount.
Three month ago Mr. John linds, of
Kw Albany, lad., elopjd wltb John Walk
er, both kmvlng fauiliaa Tburlay tbay
ware found by Mr. Land In Nuahvlll,,
Taoa, and th, wronged husband forge v, bi
wlfa, and took bar horn again
i'aul Barton, whoa "buaineia" baa Urn
tu robbery of bouaaa during fuuaral ore
moo la , Will go into bulttuai for tb Mat,
pretty soon. Ha wa captured at Sc. Louis
Tburaoay, while robbing a bouau from
wblcb funaral bad Jnat taken plaoav
Tb atetue for tb, interior of th, beautiful
Oarflald memorial In Lak, Viaw aenaetery
at Cleveland, ba am Tad in aw York fron
Floreni', Italy, and is now receiving it fin
ishing touch in tb, studio of Ala-zander
Duykt, tb, aculplor who (taaignaxl tb, work.
Tom Levi, oo of tbe best known of Indi
ana turfman, wa taken to Iudianapoli
Tnarday la tb, euatody of eornm,nt
officer oat cbarg, of oouuterMttig and
passing th oWebaasr bead" I-') bllU Tli
boeaa i In Hamilton acunty. where ba la a
man of considerable fortune, and where for
years h ha lived on outwardly reapnotable
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh tbat cannot be
cured by taking Ball's catarrh cure.
F. J. ClKRlY & Co , Prop..
We, tba undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for tbe last fifteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by their
West k Tkcax. Wholesale druggists,
WaUdi, Kixiuh A Mabtii. Wholesale
druggists. Toledo. O.
. U. VAX HaetH, Cashier, Toledo Na-
tlonrl bank. Toledo, O.
Hall's catarrh cure la taken Internally,
actlne directly upon tbe blood and mucus
surface of the system. Pnce 73 cent
per bottle. Bold by all druggists.
Tbe emperor of China baa made a firm
flgbt againat the Introduction of the eleo
trio light Into bl domain, but some in
fluence, not designated, overcame his
scruples in the matter.
Friends, ctllsens, countrymen: "Hear
me for my cause, and be silent that you
may bear." Now, before Jnpiter Tooans
and all the gods at once, I do solemnly
afflim that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup la an
Infallible remedy for all lung and bron
chial disorders. If there is any man
present who disputes this proposition,
"let him now speak, or else hereafter
forever hold his peace."
WITH LAVISH HAND
John Crerar, of Chicago, Dealt
H1LLI0KS rOS THE PUBLIC GOOD.
r, Waaler Matrnpolla Give l.SOO.
OOO for a rra fablis Library A. Sear,
of Charitable, Kdnaatlowal aa4 Rll(
ltaa Inatltatloua Oea,roaalf Baaaaaa
baraal aad Tbalr tph,r af t7a,lataaa
Kalarcad A a100,000 Stataa af
a I a ITovldad For Ta, Baaata.
CatCAOO, Nov. 1 Chicago at richer by
evar 12,500.000 by tb, death of tb, late J oho
Crarar, of tb firm of Crarar, A lama & Co.,
railway uipllea Mr. Crerar waa takn ill
hat summer at Atlantie City, ant waa
brought lo Cbi"ago by bia friends and died
In tb bona, of N orman William. Hi will
wa probated by Judrf Knickerbocker yea
lerdar, and it make btqaeat of a public
and religious character amounting to ov r
V,00 . Hi entire state la valuad at
S,U0,0U0, of which only t-V),0U0 Is in rel
tatara Tbe mnat important bequest is one
f about (1,500,000 for the atabl'shmeat of
a public librajy ia the south division of tba
Sity, wbioh its philanthropic founder d tracts
ball contain no immorality or nastiness In
tb way of French novala, Th bequests to
ralative and parsinal frianda ran up to
Tb, Exrcators and Relative.
From a publio itandpoiut Mr. Crerar1
will la tb mtt important that haa been pro
bated sine Walter L Newbury's will was
sdmittavt. Hta two warmest and m vt inti
mate frienil. Norman William and Col
Huntinjton W. Jackson, are mad, sol
Imstew and executors of tbe wilL Tbey
file J a petition in tba probate court and ware
granted letter testamentary in bond of
IT.uOo.OOO, wblcb tbey pr ferred to giv, not
bitlistnnding Mr. Crerar In bis will absolved
I ana from doing so. Tba executors stated
fjat Mr. Crarar waa unmarried, and hi
anrviving relatives are Mm E.iuheth B.
Maal and lira. Agnea Bunyan, of West
Charlton, N. Y , and other persona whom
they did not know, but ho-nnmea are
given bv the decaamd in bi testament They
are all first, second and third coiimiii.
U-f fr i ha Bequeara.
Of tbe astnt, (JO.000 t-ova to the R -r. S. J.
Mi-rherson of the Second Presbyterian
church; to the truatees of this church for tbe
benefit of church I100,OV3; to tbe same for
0a of tba mission schools, (100,000; to tbe
Scotch Presbyterian church. Fourteenth
street, near Sixth avenue, Naw York, (.'
DO0; Chicago Orphan asylum, (Vl.OOO; Chi
oago Historical society, (iVOnO; Chicago
Prbyttrian biiapilal, (a, 000; Sr. Luke'
hoapital, (Jo.0; Chicago Bible society,
(J5,(S); the Amarican Sunday School union,
(M,0uu; Chicago Relief and Ad sociefv,
(8i,(0; St. Andrews' s.icietr. of Naw York,
(10,000; Illinois Training S-bool for Nurnea,
(5J.OUO; to truiteM of l'hiia;o Literary
club, 1 10.001); riiitas? Manual Training
school, (VUMl; Prehbvterian League of
Chicago, (.'iO.CUiI; Old fV'ple's Horns of Chi
eagn, (.Vi.mio; t'hicago Horoafortn, Frion l
Iss CiO.O ); St. Andrew Society of Cbi
A aialo, ta Llneoln.
In additlou (100. 0no is bequmtbed for th,
srectioii of a colossal statu, of Lincoln, tb,
locntl n to I aeleoted by th, trustaaa;
Young Men's Coriatian astociation of Chi
cago, .'.ii; Greenwood Cemetery asaocia
tlou,,NK York, II. dot), for ci, of th, fam
ily lot; and for the erection of a free publio
library In Chicago, to he railed the John
Crerar library, ail the rest of th estate not
otherwise bequeathed, which, as stated,
will agyre-ate about (l,.Vi,0JU.
tha Frw, Publl, Library.
Aa to tb, public library to ba foundttd and
which ia to bear tb, name of the daceassd
philanthropist, Librarian Hild, of tbe city
public library, aaid: "Chicago will thus be
come tb, only city of America with mora
than on free ublie library. Naw York
ba nor e at all Tbey have tbe Mercantile
library, which is th, largest in America, but
which ta not frea. Tbey bav the Lenox
library, which contains thousands of rare
nd valuable hoolu, but whi ch is very bard
of arc,; and tbay hav, tb, Astor reference
library. Th, only really public library in
Sew York is supiMirted by charity."
Th, Class ol Iterators.
The will kars with raferenoe ti th rUa, of
literature to be on tbe shelve, of the library:
"I desire that books and periodical ba se
lected wltb a view to create and sustain a
healthy moral and Christian santiment in
th, oommnmty, ami tbat all nastiness and
immorality bj excluded. I do not mean by
ibis tbat tnar, ahall not ba anything but
hymn books and sermons, but I mea i tbat
dirty Fisncb novels aud all skeptical trash
and works of questionable moral tone shall
never ba found in this library.
"i want it atmosphere tbat of Christian
refluainetit and it aim and objict th, build
ing up of character; and I rest content tbat
tb, frianda I hav, naratd will carry out my
wlsbaa In thaw, particulars."
laspitrtaae, of the Gift.
The importance of evn tbe smallest of
these gift to tbe institution they ara to ben
efit can not b overestimated. Mr. Cre
rar forgot nobody no known relative, and
no institution with wbicn ha waa at all fa
miliar. Tb, beqnst to tbe Culcajro Or
phan asylum, tbe Nursery and Half Orphan
asylum, tbe Hiaturical societv. the Trainit.a-
Bcbooi for Nnr, tbe Y. M. C A., and tba
Manual Tra.nlng school ara as treat in pro
portion aa a windfall of $1110,01 1 would ba to
an ordinary day laborer. Ulifn them all
completely above tbe drug?!, for exiatano.
which tbey have aolong and so faithfully
Th Kama Calhatl Festival.
Balt atona Nv. 15 Tba great gath
ering ut Roman Catbolios cams to aa end
yssurdar. Tu day waa spent by thoas
still ber in letting points of iuteraat In
tba neighborhood and in tbe city. From 3
to 5 p. m. there was a reception at the city
ball Cardinal Gibbons was assisted by Mr.
Latrob an I Mayor-Elect Davidson, and
Bishop V rtue, of Eogland. About S.uoii
people shook bandi with tbe cardinal in the
I at Lawraae, I sad Hi, 0aw
OAUkBCkO. Ilia, Nov. &. Ovorg, A.
Lawrence, attorney for tbe plaintiffs in tba
Nyblad cases, baa received several "White
Cap letter. In which be was warned that if
be dldu': desist in bi prosecution hi hous
would be l urn ad. Ha reosived on of tbsa
latter Wednesday night Yesterday morn
ing it waa lound tbat an attempt had been
mad to 1 urn bis bam.
D LeaaaV Great So heme Id.
Lokdoh, Nov. IS Th, announcement
that actual work on the Nicaragua canal i
hi progress baa givn a death blow to tbe
last bopea of tbe Panama canal Investors
tbat tbey will ever witness tbe completion
of tbe great ditch. Into which their liar I-sai-ned
money baa been thrown
Far th Benettt of Grana;r.
Washisotoji CxtT, Nov. 15. Tbe rela
tion of colleges aud stations to agricultural
fairs and f armors' institutes was aarneetly
diacuaaed at yesterday's sees! on of th asso
ciation of American agricultural colleges
and experiment stations. Mr. Will its, as
sistant secretary of agriculture, spoke
strongly in favor of sending out speakers
from tbe college and stations to address
farmers' msetinga. Co-operation of tbe sta
tions in teaching farmers tb importance of
tree-culture was urged. Among tba officers
cboasn for next year waa President J. H.
Bmart, of PurJe university, Indiana, for
Total Depravity and Murder.
PnoviDtwen, B L, Nov. 15. At 8 pm.
Wednesday t.i polio found "O.d Mag" Sul
livan, a well-known character, in her squalid
three-room tenement, in tb rear of 4tf Oas
pee street, lying dead nn a broken-down
bedstead. Th T were freeh brui about
tb foreb L la another room were tb
husband. John, a red 0), ani the two daugh
ter, Mary and Julia, all of whom were too
drunk to talk intelligibly. Tbe neighbor
aid thit three hour before the police were
summoned tbe daughters had beaten their
mother about tbe bead and face with their
fists, and tb husband bad struck bar over
Wild We-tar Cattle la Germany.
Wamrinuton City, Nov. IS. J. 11. Smith,
commercial agent of th United Htatas at
Mayaue, write, to tb slat department that
owing to tba very hlgb price of meat in Oar
many a firm of bat. hers at that pi so baa
arranged to Import live cattle from tb
United Mates, and ordered VOu head to be
delivered in lots of 15) bead at a time dur
ing a period of two mootb Tbe oxen now
going there are from Idinoia, but so far th
experiment ba not proved a luooeaa, for oo
reason tbat the cattle ar too wild fur th
taste of German bntchsrs.
THE HOCK ISIiANP
THE PRESIDENT SHOOTS DUCKS.
a Baeeaa.fal Seat mm th Gaapwd
Kl ear, MarylaaML
Baltimorb, Hov. 15. Th Sun's special
trora Chase, Md , says: President Harrison
and Gen. W. J. Be well arrived bar at S
s'olock Wednaad ay night, and were mat by
tba members of :h Bangles' Point elub. The
arty (pent a qgiet night at the 'lab-faoase
M th Uanpowilsr river. Early yesterday
morning the preddent went into tbe "blind,"
and killed a sua bar of dock. Th party
lunched at Spin, and killed more ducks in
tb afternoon. Frank Thomson, rio pres
ident of tbe Pet nsylvanla railroad. Joined
tba party at ISO, at which hour a dock
dinner wa aervsl Mr. Thomson returned
to Philadelphia tt 0:30, Tb president re
tired early, iatsadingto be out early for
tb morning shooting.
Ba Sll.ratly Stel Away.
WASaiNOTOH Orrr. Nov. 15 Tba nreai-
dent silently atoe away Wednesday night
iot a few days f duok bunting in Mary
la ml II, i, exp-oted at tbe White House on
Saturday. Tbe excursion waa arranged
quietly by n-Smator Hawaii, of Naw Jer
sey, wboaocomptnisd tb president, but tb
proposed deetina ion of tba party was kept
secret, snd evaa Private Secretary Balford
is ignorant of tlie president's whereabouts.
He know only that tb party is somewhere
BLOWN INTO ETERNITY.
Tito Preaaatara Blast Kills Sl Mea aa4
Bllmia Tea Others.
Eutte. Moot, Nov. 15. Sn men were In
stantly killed Tuesday evening on the eon
truocioa branch of th Northern Paoiflo
road, fif ean miles eavst of hers, by tb pre
mature ex plosion of a blast Toe mea were
employed in a cat, blasting rock. Two others
bad their eyes bic wa out Tb killed ware:
John Dill, A Finn, A. W. Larson, T.
0' Leery and Han. R a.
Th Kt le-hta f Leber.
Atlanta, Ga, Nov. 15. A dslsgatlon of
tbtat W. C T. U. visited tb Knights of
Labor convention yesterday. M as Straub,
of tbe W. C T. t ., made a speech, during
which sli congra uUt.l Master Workman
Powdarly on baling excluded rum-sailers
from tbe order ard on being himself a Pro
bihttionist Mr. I'owderly replied by saying
tbat tbe temperance people would always
find their firmest sllies among the Knight
of Labor. A char g, wa made in th law,
of the order so as to allow tb tranrr of a
local assembly to i.oy district assembly or to
the general assembly without tba oonssnt of
either th district, national trade, or state
Must !e Advsrtls That Way.
Wasbihotow Citt, Nov. 15. Assist Ate
torney General Tynar has decided that cir
culars issued as svlTertieemsats, closely re
sembling United 8 ate postal money orders,
may be construe. I as coming within ths
provisions of tb law which provides for
flu and imprioaant for "falsely making
or printing any trder in imitation of a
money order or pottal note issued by th
government This opinion was called out
by circulars, almott identical in sias, shape,
color and printing with th Uuited 8tats
money order notes, unuad by two business
colleges a advsrtls loienta, ons in Lafayette,
Cavalled a Car federate Maaaaaeat,
Norvolk, Va , ot. 15. All the military
com pan lea and Confederate camp of Tide
water, Va, and abttt 10,000 peopl, partic
ipated in th ceremjoi of an wiling a Coo
fenerate mnaumsn: at Suffolk, tba county
seat of Nansemcnd county, yesterday.
Governor Flu Hugi Laa, Gen. G J. Ander
son, CoL W. Milea Jarey, and CoL COB.
Cowardwin, of Rlcimood, seoorted by CoL,
H. C. Hudgin and staff, of tb Fourth Vir
ginia regiment hs od the parade through
the town to tbe cwaietary. The moa umeut
Is a granite shaft, urmounted by a bronxe
figure of a Coufederate aoldiar.
roar Mea Fatally Bare ad.
PHlLADgLraiA, ov. 15 The Inquirer's
Potts vill specials says: A fore, of fifteen
men waa put at wo-k Wednesday night ta
th Middle Creek colliery, near Treniont, to
extinguish a fire it a ooal breast While
tbey were at work a I aa early hour yester
day morning a sua of coal fell burying
four of their numbr at tbe base of tb
burning breast W ban rescued th men
were ell alive, but ei badly burned and in
jured tbat tbey cannot recover. To nemo
of tb victims ara Francis Klein, John
Joyce, Henry Knau ar, and Thorn Jones.
That EceeatH'i A astriaa Daka.
Eirlim, Nov. 15 - Ths area-daks John, of
Austria, wbo has ba practically expelled
from tbe royal faaiil;- on aoconat of his hav
ing insisted Uon reft rm ia the military sys
tem will, by permuwoa of tbe emperor, earn me
tba nam of "Johaca Orth." It at under
stood tbat be will eutjr a ship-building yard
PraOCB, Nov 1 Th Joursal Bohemia,
announces tbat Euaptror Francis Joseph ha
decided to omit tb tama of Arcbduk John
from the next official genealogy.
Cealda't Small th Gas That Kilted Bar.
MiRKtAFous, Mnia, Nov. 15. Mrs.
Berta Miliman, wife of W. H. Millman,
commercial editor of Tbe Tribune, waa as
phyxia tod by gas abotit :') o'clock yester
day afternoon. Mr. aUlimaa went bom to
lonob and found hie wife sitting in har caaur
dead. So was a sufi. rer from catarrh, and
could not smell tue escaping gas, wblcb
name from an unused gaa pip. Mrs. Mill
man formerly lived at Broad bead. Wav
JetT Oavla Serloaely lit
Mu.tin.nrri Citt, Hias., Nov. 15 Ura
Jeffereou Iiavis left Besuvoir Wednesday In
reeponss to a call from bar husband, who
lies noosly ill at bis plantation at Brtar
field, on tb Muaiasipp rivar. It is feared
tbat to ex-Confsdsrati'e ootsf tain's and ai
not far oft.
TerrlOe Flrewerks Kxpla!.
BaLTimorb. Nov. Ik Tba Bun's special
from Petersburg, Va, says: There was a
terrific exploion I a ton pyrotecbni factory
of Mauoie & Romaloe yes hard ay afternoon.
Six thousand pieces of firs works ware de
stroyed. Thre Italia a workman were fa
Ienble-iTed Bai-vlaa Crlsalaala.
VrxitjiA, Nov. 15 Ibe trial of tbe mem
ber of th family aid servants, charged
with robbing ths Berviiia patriarob while be
wa dying at Carlo vita, revealed tb fact
tbat they hastened his death by strangling
Ela-M Killed aad Twsaty-Klght IJard.
PlBi.ls, Nov. 15. An explosion oocurred
hi tb Royal Powder fa arj at Hanau, Gar
many, yesterday, ktllln aigbt parsons and
THE AYER LITIGATION ENDi.0.
Mrs. Harriet Hubbard-Ayer Givea Cp Har
Deofbter t Ber Lata Be-band.
Chicago, Nov. 15i Litigation in tua cele
brated caa of Harriet B ibbard-Ayer against
Herbert C Ayer waa terminated yesterday.
Three year ago Mrs. Aysr procured a di
voros from ber husband oo the ground of
aeeertion, and was glvea tb enstot!y of tbsir
(aughtar Margaret, B0l8yeai-s old. In
Joly last Mr. Aysr pstiUonsd Judge Shspard
'or removal of Mrs. A;'er a guardian of
Margaret alleging tbat she waa addicted to
tbe uee of strong driak, aad that sb was a
victim of morphine, a abort time ago Mr,
Ayer' lawyers went to New York to take
ie positions of witness there to prors tb
Mrs. Ayer Glvee Up the Flaht,
Tbey wars mat with overture by Mra
Aysr for a compromise, wbioh resulted yes
terday in a settlement Xr. Ayer1 lawyers
submitted to Judge Shspard a rsstgnatioa
by Mra Ayer of har poi don guardian of
Margaret, upon th ground that th youth
of tb child mads it un leeirabl tba she
sbould be the subject of litigation until she
is qualified to oboos for herself. Mrs.
Ayer's renunciation of t,'l claims againat
Ayer for allmcny and nsent to tb otry
of a dec re barring her fi om setting np any
elaiin for alimony were a to filed. Ayer was
A GERMAN'S ROMANCE.
After ThlrtMw Tears St., Will Marry th
Girl B Fxht a Dl Vmr.
Kassas Citt, Mo., Jtov. 14 Maurice
Boboil fled from Germa-iy thirteen year
ago oa account of having kilUd in a dual aa
army officer named Edinnad Voa Wand el
for hMUlting Marguerite ltillar, daoghtar of
tb burgomaster of a tow a near Btetdn, to
whom bcuoll waa ngagL After jonrney
Ing in various parte of to world Boboll lo
cated bare six years ago a id has mad quit
a fortun la real estate. . I ia now about to
return to Germany ant. marry Fi aula In
Millar, the statute of limit scion sacsrlng him
from punishment for ths killing of the of
ficer. . . .
TEX IN THE LEAGUE
A Couple More Base Ball
BROOKLYN A.KD CTJOIKHATI SOTS.
Th Asaeeiatioa Be Barprised That It Ba
Mothiaf t Bay Abemt Everything That
tb Brotherhood Kleked Agalast Wiped
Oat f th Laga Coastltallo fi
Mr Bate f Players aad Claa.lOea
tlea Aawllshed Othor fipwrtlag New.
Nxw Yokk, Nov. 15. The League "ty
ranta" were in ssssioa very late Wednesday
night, and consequently were s ow getting
to work again yesterday. When they did
begin, however, tbey were in the mood for
business, and kpt it up pretty much all day.
At 1 p. ra. they adjourned for tba day, and
told tbe reporter what they bad been about,
tb most important feature of ths day's work
being tb admission into tb Leagos of tbe
Association clnha of Brooklyn and Cincin
nati Tb first thing that was dona af tor tb
reporters were admitted to tb room was to
drink tba success of tbs new League clubs ia
No Me- Balsa af Player.
The result of tb sessions of Wednesday
night and yesterday was the adoption of
several important changes in tba constitu
tion, and the first subject tackled was tbe
section wbioh provides that "releases of play
ers from contract or reservation and future
sontraots with such players shall be regu
lated and governed by the national agree
ment of professional base ball clubs and tbe
League legislation made in pursamce
This wa amended so a to provid that
"no player without the consent of tb elub
with which hs is in contract or reservation
can negotiate with any clnb for his ssrvtoss
and receive money consideration therefor
which may be accepted by the releasing
elub." This action doss away with tb sys
tem of sale, over which there ba recently
been each a cry.
Dlvialoa of Keeelpta.
It tood mora than two hours' debate to
settle tb matter of division of receipt Tb
weak clubs wanted a division at 50 psr osnt
to each club of the receipts of each game,
while tbe strong clubs favored tb old plan
of 25 per cant to tbe visiting oluba. A
proposition to make it 31)( per cent to the
visiting club was rejected, tb vote being
vanly divided 4 against 4. Finally tbe
weak clubs agreed on a oompromiae of 49 per
cunt to tbe visiting club and 0M par cent
to tbe home club.
The next important change iu tbe consti
tution was the complete abolition of tbe
classification clause. This matter was
treated upon by sections 80, 81 and S3, which
were entirely wiped out
Section V of tbe constitution, which deals
with the guarantee fund, was amend-d so
as to make tbe bond of each club $2,000 in
stead of g-VOuO, tbe same to be paid in an
nual instsllments of $1,000 a year.
Section .19 was so amended that postponed
games can be played at any time afterward,
but it wa provided that two game should
not be played In on day without th, prior
consent of two-thirds of all tbe League
Admlsetea mt Brklya and Claelaaati.
After these alterations the convention re
ceived tba applications of tba Brooklyn and
Cincinnati clubs for membership, Tbey
ware made out in the form required by tbe
League constitution, and were referred to
tbe board of directors, who reported favora
bly upon tbera. Tbe clubs were then elected
to membership by acclamation. President
Yonng was authorised to designate aad fit a
distinctive color for aacb club n iiform.
A committee of three Spaljin;, Rjera,
and Day ware appointed to prepare an ad
dress to tbs public on tba admission of
Brooklyn and Cincinnati ti La;na mem
bership. C H. Byrne and Gus Abel were
elected to represeut Brooklyn in the League,
and A. 8. Stern and Harry Stern to perform
tbe same service for Cincinnati
Th Association Bays Nothing.
Whil th newspaper men were engaged
in gathering these proceedings tbe American
association delegates quietly adjourned for
th day without electing a president They
were very reticent on the subject of Brook
lyn and Cincinnati, and announced tbat
nothing of any consequence bad been dona
at the meeting.
A Game of FootbalL
Chicago, Nov. 15. Tbe Ntre Dame (Ind.)
university eleven played a game of football
yesterday st Eranston ith tbe North west
era university eleven, and "did up" tbe
Northwestern boys in great shape, winning
by a score of V to 0. Nobody was badly
hurt, but several of tbe player limped off
tbe field in a very bunged-up condition,
Capt Hepburn, of the Notre Dame team,
dropped a row of teeth and fractured bis
Jaw in one of the first scrimmages. Auother
Notre Dame man bad his bead pushed into
tbe ground, and retired minus a large patch
of his face.
Bona Mere Talk trans Sal llvaav
Boeroif, Nov. 15. Jon L. Sullivan has
mads up bis mind not to pay any attention
to th cballeng aiil letters issued by Dom
inion: McCaffrey. "He is only look.ng for
notoriety," said John yesterday, "and trying
to give people tb impression tbst hs is one
of tbe greatest pugilists In the world, when
he is only a second-rat fighter. Let him
put up some stuff, and then I'll talk business
with bim." Wi.h regard to Jackson, tb
negro, John said be would fight him fur a
good pun, provided be was given precedence
Will Banlaa Never Give Cp?
SCAAirTOH, Pa, Nov. 15. NeJ Uanlan
mad his first appsarano oo the atag, last
night, taking tbs part of tb winning oars
sua ta tbs plsv "Tb Dark Secret" at tb
Aoadmy of Mnelr. He will remain with
tb company all winter and ears tbat next
spring ba will try to reoover tbe world's
The Amerlsaa Turf Cong-reee.
CHICAGO, Nov. 1 The American turf
eongrwHS yesterday evening elected tbe fol
lowing officers fur tbe ensuing year: Presi
dent, T. J. Megibben, Cytbiana, Ky.; secre
tary, B. G. llruoe, Lexington, Ky. ; treas
urer, O. L. Bradley, Lexington, Ky.
The Airy Fairy Lillian Fllea Away.
Chicago, Nov. 15. Lillian Russell left
for New York last night, and it hi said tbat
she has eloped with young Mr. Ban ford, a
Now York clubman, wbo went east at the
earn time. Miss Russell has besa playing
in tbe "Brigands" at McVicker'a, and San
tord has been very assiduous iu bl atten
tions. I7aaelusasly for Chicago.
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 15. Tbe Inter
national Association ot Fairs and Exposi
tions, at its session in this city yesterday
afternoon, unanimously ludorsed Chicago
as th place for holding the World's sxikmi
tlon in ltAM
An I pideaale at Wast Polut
NxwmBOH, N. Y., Nov. 15 A report
reached here laat night tbat half tbe corps
of cadets at Weat Point (upward of 150) bad
reported at the hospital ill from poisoning.
It turni out that tbs iilnss occurred a few
days ago; tbat it was not poisoning, but a
trouble of tbe bowels, and tbe attack wa
general with all conuecled with tbe meat
ball drivers, gar J ers, waiters, etc., far
ing as badly as tbe cadets. Even those who
had not tasted fond at tbe mess were as bad
ly t dieted ea tbe others. An investigation
is under war.
A Tunag Woman's Horrible Death.
St. Johrsbcbt, Vt, Nov. 15. Wednes
day afternoon Mia Bertha A., daughter of
Rev. M. A. Gates, aged 1, a graduate of
Wsllesley collage, and a most estimable
young lady, was thrown from a bores here,
and ber foot catching in the stirrup, waa
dragged through tbe street by tb fright
ened animal and ahookingly bruised and
mangled. When tb horse was caught she
Fired th 3raaa Member.
VlIKHA, Nov. 15. The Bohemian diet baa
unanimously parsed a resolution declaring
that all members wbo have beee absent from
the sitting without leave inos the opening
ef th essaion shall be held to have resigned
sbeir esat. This decision ousts tba German
members of the diet.
The Tt fr Campbell and Feraker.
OOI.OMW0B, O., Nor. 1& Following Is tbe
official oouat oo th election for governor:
Campbell (Dem), IT9.434; F ara Iter (Rep.),
IM,ooL CampbeTf plurality, 10,873. Hsl
wig (Pro.), 2b, 504.
A Tele few Haw Twk,
Watbejust, Conn., Nov. 15. The Water,
bsjry board of trade has paased resolution
mTorinaT New York I thsB frsMsl Tilal Asm A
bold ta World lair.
NOVEMBER 15, 1889.
Action of the Farmer.' and Sil
GEANGEE3 TACKLE TEE TAHITI".
Reaolatioa Adopted rxnaeadlag
teetlos t.tr Farm Frwdnrte, It
ioa la t Stand Tb Silver Me Reit
erate m C harge of Caasntraey aad Is
slst a Uatlaaltod Olnag aa a Iveelde
far th Ills ef th Body Politle.
MoHTOnatEBT, Ala., Nov. 15. Th sec
ond day's ssssioa of tb Fsrmers oo agrees
was well attended. At tb morning session
Judge Lawrence, of Ohio, president of tbe
Wool Growers' association, on Is ha If of a
majority of the committee on resolutions,
reported a resolution demanding that ia case
the protective police is continued, all farm
products shall b as fully protected aa any
article ot manufacture. Mr. Wilhite, of
Missouri, offered a minority report, pledg
ing th, farmer or th Uuited State? to a
reduction of th tariff, and to a change ot
duties from the necessaries to tb, luxnrie
of life, as far as possible. Both reports were
Da Bheep Med Prelection T
Judge Lawranc read a paper oo wool
growing and mutton producing, pointing
out the great benefit which would ariss to
tbe whole people from increased sheep rais
ing, and urging protection for this interest
Judge Lawrence's address was followed by
some ad rerse discussion. One delegate cited
an ins tunc of an investment of 11,017 ia
sheep, which paid a profit of over 40 per
cent in on year, which, be sail, set this in
dustry beyond tbe need of a protective tariff.
Internal Bevenne and Railways.
Judge La srreoo-off reil resolutions to tbe
(feet that tbe government does not need tbe
revenue raised by the tax on spirits, and
tbat tb question lie relegated to tbe states;
also favoring the repeal o. the tax on to
bacco. Both resolutions were reported ad
versely by the committee.
Hon. L. R Coffin delivered an address on
railways snd their relations to th farmer.
The speaker was aharply criticised by a num
ber of delegates as being too much in sym
pathy with railroads and corporations.
Proteetloa Resolutions Adopted.
At th evening session tbe resolutions de
manding proteo ion for farmers prod
ucts, referred to above, ware adopt
ed by a vot of 171 to 10S. The
affirmative vot was: Iowa, 15; Ken
tucky, 7; Kansea, 11; Missouri, 1; Rhode
Inland, ; Onio, 21; Colorado, 5; Florida, t;
Illinois, 23; Idaho, 2; Indiana, 10; Maine, 11;
Michigan, 15; Pennsylvania, S3 Tbe nega
tive vote was: Alabama, 13; Kentucky, T;
Georgia, 15; Missouri, 18; North Carolina,
11; Texas, 14; Florida, 7; Indiana, 7.
Daaaeed the Chicago Combine."
A resolution offered by John Kelly, of
Kansas, was adopte.1, denouncing as an in
sult to tb bonest p-ople of tbe United State
tb refusal of the Chicago "combine" to tes
tify before tbe senate committee.
VIEWS OF THE SILVER MEN.
They Allege a Cane and Eff.ot and Sug
gest a Remedy.
Dexter, Col., Nov. 15. The silver con
vention adjournal yesterday afternoon. A
permanent organisation was formed which
will be known as the Colorado Silver aaso
eiaUoa. Hon. 8. A. W. Tabor waa mad
president, and a vice president was cbosen
from each county in the state. Tbe pream
ble preceding a ssries of resolution adopted
states that it is the opinion of the peopl, tbat
tb, demonetisation of silver sixteen years
ago by this country and foreign powers was
tbs result of a conspiracy of tbe lew against
tbs many, of tb creditor das againat tbe
debtor cam, of tbe consumers against the
producers, of the idlers against the workers.
Alleged Ffteet r It All.
Tbat sine tbe time mentioned th period
has been marked by constantly declining
prices of staple co r mod i ties, and of a'l the
product of tbe farm and shop, arxt alao tak
ing from the prod users 3 per cent of their gross
productions; tbat this condition of things
has now b-n definitely trsosi by tl.e in net
careful an I reliable observ era of the world
to tbe destruction of mire than one-balf lie
standard money, thereby increas ng tbe use
of and demand for gold; and that efforts to
remedy tb ill-tim-d action bave been met
with predictions of evil to the people snd to
Silver Raetsratloa Demanded.
The declarations are in sui stance tbst the
only remedy ia to restore tb coinage systtm
in effect prior to 1873; to remonetix silver,
and to provile f its coinage to tbe mini
mum ot t t,OiW,000 per month at present, sad
as soon as congress can pass a law to that
effect the coinage shsll be made unlimited
in amount This will increase prosperity,
remove tli stringency f ro-n t be money mar
ket, and advanca tb vain of product a
Rslahsy It ad .pMle."
BcsKtutt, Mich., Nov. 15. Hozbay, tbe
lone highwayman and murderer, was put on
tbe s'and yesterday to speak for himself.
He gav a history of bis life, and claimed
tbat when he committed the crimes ba is
charged with be was impelled thereto by a
"spell"' wbioh be could not reeiet 11a could
notdescribs his feelings dunnr tb preva
lence of these "spells," except tbat be felt
quit strange. When asked why he car
ried two revolvers, knowing bi infirmity,
be was stumps i for a moment and tban aaid
it wa to protect himself from wild beasts ia
rined t)9SO for Killlag a Cor fhlet
AbhaFOUB, Ud., Nov. 15. Benjamin F.
Le arson, a well-known citisen of Prinos
Georges county, was couviciei of man
slaughter last evening for causing tbe death
ot Samuel Hodge, an old c lored man, on
June HI. Tbe Judge Hoed La a sou g'.io ea a
punishment Tb evidence etiowed lhat
Lawsoa found thre negro at bis cor rrib
and that bs struck Hodge a terrible blow oa
tbs bead witb an ax-handle.
Ha Waste That nU.OOO Order.
Yi.fCEttsxs, Ind., Nov. 15 Sjwnc 8.
Hollingsworth, ax-treasurer of this county,
yswterdsy filed a suit against tbs county to
reoover money on a 1 1,000 order u-ued in
his favor in May, l&K), which the present
county treasurer refused to pay. Hollings
worth has but recently returned from tb
Jefferson vdle prison, where hs served thre
years for aa alleged defalcation of f sO.OOU.
Thlrty-Tw T retting Here Cremated.
LoClSV-lLLS, Ky., Nov. 15. Shortly after
1J o'clock yesterday morning Look & Smith's
tables. In tbs southeast part of tbs city, to
gether with thirty-two bead of trotting
etoek, were destroyed by fir. Loss, t JS.OJU;
Too Many Fiv-Fraae Pic.
BncssELS, Nov. 15. Th Preourseur as
sorts tbst France has declared ber id ten tlon
to with iraw from the Latin nuion, unla
Belgium and Italy recall the excess of
5-frauc piec-s of their mug now circulating
in Franc- a i I Swits r an.t
Wut lata EtT et July 1.
Wa8HI!oto Citt, ilov. 15. Tue first
comptroller of the treasury ha decided that
tba rates for government telegraphy, which
were promulgated Oct. SO . last apply t
ear vices perfnrm-d from and including Jaly
I. The deciai n was made in the matter of
a bill of tbe United Lines Telegraph com
pany, whio i charge I laat y-i's rat for
work doue between July 1 and Oct Hi. The
new rctes are about iiaif bat toxoid ones
Will Btlek t Prohibition.
LeMars. Is., Nov. 15. George L. Dob-
m of Buena Vista county, a leading Re
publican candidate for speaker of the Iowa
bouse, x pressed himself vesterjiy vatf
strongly in favor rf tb Rpuuiioao part
Standing by Prohibition, and said: "Tbare
I no prospect for the repeal of tbe law, and
it is (till tb settled policy of tbe state. "
Will Adeeeat High Urease.
Baltimore, Nov. 15. Tbe Roman Cath
olics of Bultimira bav arranged for a big
masi-meeting to be held on Sunday next at
tbe Academy if Music in advocacy of th
high license m ivemout
Aa Old Plana.
J. D. Hlocker, of AUuula, has a piano that
was mad iu Baltimore I.jO years ago. It is
upheld by only two legs, one at each end, but
these legs branch at the flour into claws,
which are of brass and baudsomely beaten
out Tb wood work of th piano is of ma
hogany, trimmed with ebony, and tb tuning
board is in front of th case. There ar four
pedals, which come from a small pipe organ
one soft, one loud, one that ring a ball
and beats a dram in unison, and one that
play a banjo accompaniment whil tb par
former play. It is six octave and is still a
very valuabl and handsome pieo of fared
ture. With this relic of tb past Mrs. Stocker
has the musio played and eung by ber aaose
tor in the long ago. Atlanta Cotutftutkm,
a test Styles and the moBt
f i Mraovs ns
Lacs Curtain Stretcher.
wet I -Sswyiis ffi
our os sojoiaa rmum.
Will lave yon Money, Time and Labor.
Evfkv JloirssKiii'sa SaotLn iiavB Onb,
Any lly can operate them.
For Salo By
TELiruo5 no. 10U.
THE MUDDLE IN MONTANA.
That Contested Precinct Results In Tw
Hxlsna, Mont, Nov. 15. Another com
plication has arisen as a sequence of the elec
tion contest in Silver Bow county. Tester
day tbe habeas carpus rases of two men
under indictment for dynamiting were called
up by Ju Ige Mclla't n, but Uovd refusal
to surrender the prisoners tu Sullivan, who
had been ordered to produce them in court.
Hamilton, the contesting Judge, opened an
other court and Lloyd brought the prisoners
Th W. C T. C. la Iowa.
Chicago, Nov. 15. Tbe executive com
mittee of tbe natioual W. C. T. U., before
adjournment yesterday, aiupted r-so'.utiona
cordially inviting all women of Iowa, irre
pective of poiitical sympathies, whether
mem ers of tbs W. C T. U. or uot, who de
sire to a there lo ths national oran ra-ion,
to meet at a time ami place to he bereafur
d-4inat' I and r-41-ult as t tue IsHt mathod
a', pruce lure l.l view of tbe aoceeaion of tb
I .wa leleation last Tueslay night Mies
France K. Wiilarl and othsr laiies will b
present at the proposed conference. Mrs. I
D. Cnrhart, of Merlon, Is., will furnish
ourda admitting to ihs privil.-ges of ths coo
Isrsuca. THE MARKETS.
Cbicaoo. Nov. 14.
Quotations on the board of trade t-dar
were aa follows: Wh.at So. i November,
opened end rlneed e. Hio; December, opened
S.4c closed ttc. May. opened tSV closed
sue. Corn Na x Norember. opened eSHo.
closed Ma December, opened asie, closed
a.'ie; May. openei Sac, rloaed S.-io. Oeta
-So. November, otned . cld Aiot
December. ojned taiac closed l:-J"c; Mar,
opene.1 S3c close 1 SJt,-. 1 ort Norember.
opened V.s:i rlw-e l fv year, opened
elated IK-i-'; January, opened iv.al, closed
Lard Novemlier, opened .closed
Uvs stock Following were tbe quotat ens
at tbe I nion stork yards: Uisf arkt
opensd active: light grade b&10o lowvr,
other lots ear at yesterday's prices; light
Ifradev jaa'.i v: ron h packing. S-i.aii;
iei mixed lots. tatUijiKi beevy packing
and shipping lots. a.;Uiia.l. Cattle Market
weak aad lower: ch lr to extra beeves, ,4. 0
drt-B ; poor lo good, li.8C14a.w5 cows. (405
I.T.l: etos.kera, fLsVOU. Sheep Market
alow-, nativea. lamba, Bi.sVeA.M
western sheep. 3.auiit.3D.
I"ro4noe: Hutter Fancy Elrln CTeajsary.
-SfeStHo per lb: finest dairy, 13 Mo; r-pi-lng
stuck. :jc. Eggs Mrictly treaat lrtti&lso
err doc ice hoiaj, IttilTc Live poo 1 try -Uena.
Tttuo per lot turkeys, tOlue: dueks. ta:
gsesa, Vi-'t".' ir dot- Potatoes Beauty
of Hebron. uVTo per ba on track: common
and mlied lots l&fe. Apples Oood to
fancy. 3.511 per bbL Cranberriee Wis
consin, ftun.n psr bbL
Ntw Tobk, Nov. It.
Wheat No. x red winter oaah, K do
December, oic: do January, tec: da May,
"Asa. Corn-No. mixed aeh. eSo: do
Oeoesaber. a.tm do Jaauarr. USSc. uu
aU: Na s mixed eaeb. ST; do Xe-ember,
irr4 do January. STHa: do May, xesc
Rye Dull. Barley Nominal Pork juie
mass. U.d&U.tO for Inspected. Lard Dull;
November. SA37: December. r.JS.
Live Hteok: Catt: No market for beeves
dressed be f dull; natlv sides, 37io: lexa
and Colorado do. Mo Sheep ami Lam he
Dull trad- at unchanged fiirurca sheep SO
7Ax& hi lUD Bis; lambs. 0'iJ'. Hog- Nom
inal range. Bt-Uua U
Hsy Upland p rains, to 00
Hay Tlmauy nsw ts.uu.
Hay WUd, B&.OUQJl 4fl
Oora -OldJMywc: New SO a ts
Potaioea IS &SUC
Ooel HoftiuibajM sa
Cord Wood Oak. Bt-Ai Ilickory. (n.
ALE OT REAL ESTATE.
By vtrtns of so order and decree of Ibe County
conn 01 sincx lsiaua county, iiiidou, made on tbe
petitMB of tbe andereigned. Anna Doonan, ad
ministratrix of tbe estate of Frank Doooan, de
ceased, for leave to sell the real estate of said de
cease i. at tbe - ovember term. A. D. ltJS. of aaid
court, to-wit: Oa ths Uib day or November, 18,
I shall oa the 14th day of December next, at thre
o'clock in the afternoon of ssld day, sell st pnhtic
sale, for cash in hand, at th north door of the
court honse la tbe city of Rock Island In ssld
coanty, sll the right, title aad Interest of Franc
Dsoaaa, deceased, and ths home lead and dower
Interest of said Anna Donnen In tbs following de
scribed real estate, situated In the coanty of Rock
Island sad a tats of Illinois, to wit :
Lot four, (4). in block five. (6), Brackett's addi
tion u tbe city of 1-rrk Island. Said real estate
being mora particularly described as follows, to
wit: commenclne, at th southeast corner of said
Mock five, (5), running thence west sling the
snath Bee of aaid block Ive ) sixty (O0) feet:
thence north and parallel with the eaat line of
aaid blcek ire. (6). on hundred and twenty-four
(12t feet: thence eaat sod parallel with ths snath
line of said block, sixty () fet; thence south
along the east line of aaid block fire, (6), one
hundred aad twenty-four (1241 feet to the placs
Dated this 15th dsy of November. A. D. 188.
Administratrix of the Islate of Frank Doohsb,
X. W. BCBST, Atfy for Administratrix.
JsALI OT BEAT, EeTATK.
By vlrtne of sa order sad deer of th coanty
court of Bock Island eounty, Illinois, mads on the
petition of tbe undersigned Margaret B Keller
strass, sdnialstrstrut of ths estate ot Frederick
W, Keltorstrass, deceased, for leave to sell tbs
real eetale of said deceased st tb November
Term, A. D.. 188. of said court, to-wit: on ths
ltb day ef November. Idea.
I shall aa the Fourteenth aayof December next,
at two o'clock in th afternoon of said day, sell st
public sale, for cask la hand, at th north door of
th court boos ia ths city of Bock Island tn ssld
coanty, all ths rtaht. title aad tela rest of said
Frederick W. Keilerstrass, deceased, and the
duwr Interest ef ssld Margaret B E kretrea.
la tbe following described real estate situated ia
tbe eoaaty ef Bock Island and Buu of Illinois,
Tb undivided two third ( of sub-lot Ave
(), ta block two (S) la 8naew A Ca- addition
to the etty of Bock lalaad ald sab-lot lv it) be
ing eeaaetlmee deecibea as th east forty (40) feet
allot two (S) in said block two (I).
Also th undivided one-half (Uj) of th weat
half (W) of lot three (S) ia aaM block two (t), la
Bssacer A Case'e sddlito to said city.
Dated this 16th day of November, A. D.. 1860.
AdadBlstntrix of the Xstats ef arderick W.
Aa lisrstress. Deceased.
A. W. Bcarr, AUorsay for AdirUiiletratrix.
tlB H-o.T-'3 ., v-;-.f1-- I W
attractive prices combined make
2. RRR PPP
a a A n fa wa
. Tll.i.rH J. A. RRHR FPP El
SstlJ - -- -- v AU& K K I K
is reserved for
-CARSE & CO..-
Boots and Shoes.
STOVES AND RANGES
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coal.
The latest design of tbe loog series of ALADDIN Sioyes. This is beautiful in
ita ornamentation, novel In many of iu features is bound to be a cood seller. Be
sure and examine this itove aud learo its good point for after ..etng it jou ill
Duy no otoer.
I have of course a supply of the celebrated R0UXD OAKS. Tbi ba been
0 Popular that it 11 1 being copied as far as they date oV unecrupulou parties, tut
don t be deceived-buy tbe Round Oak-msde by P. D. Beckwith. I am tbe o:e
A fTOFlt fftP aKoea vr.u4j. - ll - a...
gtit-in mm wen bi ouier
Cor. Third avenue
S FECIAL SALE AT
1605 Second Avenue.
200 Muffs at 45c worth 75c. 100 Mnffa at 85c worth
Beaver, Seal, Monkey, Oppossum Muffs and Setts, going
cheap at this Special sale. Fur Tiimmings in all
widths and kinds. Fur work of all kinds guaranteed first clasa
Sign of the Red Oloye. west of Market Square.
nn 30 nil. ion
i j mm v vnvwUM I EL
BASK A.-l EJlXIS.-" EVERY VGAB.
Villi It is the p urest and best.
Paris Exposition, 1S89 gStSt-IKK:
Ask for TELLOW WRAPPER-
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
BRANCH HOUSE. UNION SQUARE. NEW YORK.
A. J. SMITH 6c SON,
FULL LINE OP
Mantles. Tiles and Grates,
Kow ready for your inspection. Call and see our assortment and
compare oar prioefl before baying.
4. J. SUITH L SOI.
185 and 17 Wait Third Street, Opp. Matoolo Temple, DAVENPORT.
trade a great success at the
No. 1623 Second Avenue,
ae6iraoie gooat, Hardware, etc.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
and Twentieth St., Rock Ie!aDd