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THE DAILY AKGUS
JOHN W POTTl.
TUIirA. N.iVfMHKR 10. leS.
WRITTEN ON THE WALL.
A RepnblUan Warn the High
eta-Atterary fceaM'al Maluvris, ef la.
lasa.Ms.eela the K--ral Laea.l..
Drau4MiM rmP" lessae.
elete Tariff flrvlsi""-
Chkago Tlarslil. , . ,
Iduip.i,m. N" ' -J'l Daniel
P. Baldwin. -n'!irmj K neral. one of
lb leading ft tmhlir ma i-f the eUta nml
close frlen.1 el is f Vnt, was In the
city Mrtay ml t)M ,h ""7 ' "be
prrsent a.liinr,H(rn.in M the people
rcirsrda litr.n r.f..rm. H Ibat it
, oniT a qtiraii.m I" whether the re
puhllrin IkiiI.I rr-liM-e the tfi3 now.
or whether lmm. rn'if president ami a
ilemnr relic rorn;rr ehniild do it in 1HM
Axke.I If be nifsrili" I Hie elerllone Islt
week lnli-tti "f Hi.' peopled will on
Ibe u'lji'i'i, he "tul
i certainls il I l" l.-llree the
farmers of tiie I'nitrd States will ever
strain be In fr of the present war tar
iff. My notion is tint without a radical
rnanife lliu firmed. In 1 3U0 't3. will go
eirlnt 11. The lnriiieliiles of the pree
ent tariff are vrry hrl on the atrrlcultn
ral Interest. The fitrmer it provided
wlib a muHin, while the manufacturer
receive priitwtinn by the shovelful. Why
honlil the f nrnier he rompeltml to eell
hie wheat at Ihe prires fixed In Lifer
pool. In the markrl of Ihe world, anil In
buy all hi nerrsitlea from manufacture
era prntcrtnt from 80 to 75 pi-r cent?
While the Utter rUii is becoming enor
mously wealthy the former is piillinv the
ilerll around by the tail and just frisking
a living. The Unf) should Iroat all
da as near alike a possible."
"Tills sounds very miirh Ilka demo
cratic talk," remarked Ihe Ihrn'ii corres
pondent. "Well. if it Joes I can't help it. am no
democrat. I don't want to see the re
publican psrtr ir down iion the tariff
abuses when they hold all the cards In
tbelr own bands."
"But is it not believed that the new
tatet and the proposed federal election
upervlsion have made everything solid.''
' Don't you bi lli ve It. There are 20.
(Xio republicans In the state, and l.lKH).
IKK) In the United States who think as I
do about tariff reform, and If the present
abuses are not eliminated they will rebel.
Ifconirress dodges aud sliutfli-s and cut
off the tobacco tai. and tinkers a little
here and there, but makes no radical tar
iff reform, we shall certainly jro to the
wall. We can't afford to he defeated in
1890 and co.nuience the revision in 1881.
It must bee in t once, and with malice
toward none. v. lib charity for all. and
there muM he a careful tariff reviaion and
reduction all alonu the line, or the repub
lican parly will he hurled beyond hoi of
. ?.27,Z IkHlijensj has snubbed the
Hermans because he thinks the Hermans
have snubbed liim and his (tarty. Right
ly or wronyly the negroes of the south
bav received the Impression Unit he dis
not mean to (lea! justly by them, prefer-
leg to build up a white man's arty In
those states. William Pitt KrlK'Sjic, of
LouUIitia, sny: " N.t southern state can
he carried by t lie republicans iluring this
administration, because tlio neyro fears
that the administration will not protect
him in his rights. When the colored man
stops voting ihe republican to ki t where
It the r publican party" Three fifths of
the white vote of An erica is democratic.
Without the ncro vote the republican
party I dctid. The nero control th
balance of power in Kve northern stales
anil twenty northern congressional dis
tricts Where will the policy of a'h na
tion stop?" I' j ready not material.
Mr. IlarrNoii In serving Lis lust term and
the republican psr'y is on its lat leijs.
On the iHii nf real economy
Hooil s Sarsitpsrllle is so tar ahead of
other preparations as to place them en
tirely out of the raie us competitors.
Here are absolute f ,1 u i, regard to this
popular medicine. mily mucept ible of
1. Hood's Marsapariila costs the manu
fao'urer more than any competing prep
aration, as It is more highly concentrated
and contains more real medicinal Value.
9 It costs the jobber more, as a con
sequence of the fact just spilid.
8. It costs the retail ilriiyi'Mt more. for
the same real n as ran eauy be learned
by Inquiry. Il.-:re the desire of some
retailers to sell their own preparation,
which cost tin ui lens, and for which they
get the same price, thus n. skint; more
4 It costs the consumer less than any
other medlciue, hrraue of pa urealer
concentrated tri-iinh, and the quantity
In each bottle, and tiecausu It la the only
preparation t which can truly be said,
"llsi doses one dollar
fin tlilm l.l.tfi.m. 1 1 ..... I - k... j.,, ,;LL
lands absolutely hemml tie-T,rw.i, of
,cT.atll'f' -yvy ,,,,r """''"i "t
atlVeiLsinu, they ue our lanituatfe, they
leal our headlines, but the? do hot, they
tsneot, copy or reproduce ilond'e Harsa
parllla. First, Iiecaii'e it costs ton much
money to do It profitably. Our business
Is conducted more econamically than that
of any similar houe in the country.
Every detail Is carefully studied, and
every penny saved With few exception
everything entering into the man
ufacture of H od's rViraaparilla
and its ndvertismir Is pro. 'need on
our own premises, without intermediate
profit. Hence we can and do produce
the best article of its kind and which In
positive medicinal vultie it i "imply lm
possihlo for others to equal.
Second. The combination, proportion
and process In preparing Hood' Harsapa
rilla are peculiar to itself, and competi
tors cannot find the secret by which this
medicine secures Its rent merit, and In
consequence of which It effect remarka
ble cure where other preparations fall.
That the people appreciate these truth
I shown by the fact that Hood's Hars
parllla has the lurpenr sale of any sarsa
parilla or blood purifier in Ibis country.
If you doubt this, ask any honest jobber
or retail druL-iflat. Hood's Mursaparllla
la today on the full tide of popularity,
and has readied that preeminen.-e by it
own lutnnslc. undisputed merit.
The late Dr Austin Flint, prolessor In
Pellevim bosoit.,1 medical college, fellow
of the New York academy of medicine,
memlier of the state medical societies of
New York. Virginia. Khodo IsUnd, Mas
sachusetts, etc.. says in sneaking of ad
vanced kidney diaeasu (r Bright'):
"Fatal termination is many times duo to
pericarditis (heart disease), apoplegy,
difficult breathing, dropsy " The forego
ing are hut symptoms of diseases. That
being the cane there is nothing absurd In
the claim made by the proprietors of
Warners 8afe Cure that they prevent
apoplexy and cure heart diabase, etc ,
with Warner's Safe Cure. Why? Be
cause it removes the cause of disease,
nd when the cause is removed the symp
torn called a disease is removed
Many a r inaway match ban Ignited
from n old flame.
"Tha tree of deepest root is found,
least willing Still to leave the ground" and
this could once have been most truly said
of chronic pain of any tort. Rut after
tbe lapse of so many age, a ovrrelgn
remedy bss been found In Salvation Oil.
Every provident householder should keep
U0W HOLMES TREATH TIIK3I.
Ta Uerat Mireet 'ar freltest tlivea
MU C-kleao Kaslarss Eveatsta;
f rjai mrmt mm m Kpseek.
President C. B. Holmes, of the Sooth
Side Street Csr Railway system In Chi
cago, and also of the principal Ikes In
the cities of Rock Islaod. Davenport and
Moline.nave his Chlcaeo employe ball,
banquet and speech laat night, and the
-Voce thus cpeak of It:
No lewelera' exhibit or tailors' display
filled Battery D laat night. The young
worren needed no flashing diamond to
paint Iridescent hue on their cbeeks.and
no (wallow tail were required to set off
the husky forms of the youag men. The
south sido conductors and driver were
giving their fourth annnal ball for the
benefit of their benevolent association.
8ii hundred couples swarmed over the
big dancing floor. The hall was tbe har
vest home of the year. It was a hand
shaking event, a social reunion, and cele
brated the occasion of another year's la
bor ended .
C. B. Holmes, president of the south
side street railway company, sat in tbe
prompter's stand and saw bis conductors
and driver In a sphere different from
their daily avocation. Aid. Mad
den added cflklal dignitty to the
joy of the evening. After tbe
company was gathered Chairman
McDonougu called the "bovs" around the
stand and told them that Mr. Holmes
would make them a speech. Mr. Holme
was a radiant In smiles as Ibe jolliest of
hi employe. A roar of bands met hi
appearance, and close attention greeted
hie fatherly address. He congratulated
the company that another yenr of hard
work was over and that the evening was
to be spent In Joyous festivities. Each
year made k new circle In the Uvea of all,
nd each person made some new Impres
sions on those shout him. He said that
not long ago a gentleman came to his
office and asked that certain conductor
be put on tbe car that left half an hour
earlier. The present arrangement caused
him to lose half an hour every day. "I
asked him the reason why he wanted the
change," continued Mr. Holmes. "He
told me that the conductor was so bright,
nd cheery that It made him happy all day
to ride on that man's car. This show
that you have an Influence on thousands
and lens of thousand tbat ride on
your cars. According to an old idea each
person had a guardian angel. There Is
no angel In the world that can he com
pared to the angel of drudgery. Accord
ing to the spirit we put in our daily toil
do we grow and affect tboe around us.
It reacts on our own character and makes
full and dignified manhood." Mr.
Holmes was careful Dot to make along
speech and bis prudence was appreciated.
Mr. Holmes ran extra cars all night for
the accommodation of the dancers, and
they didn't go home until the cock crew.
Ail tbe "extra" and "trippers" on the
company's list got work last night and
they got all the work they wanted.
The car men here who had their wages
Increased the moment Mr. Holme took
control and who have within a week had
their hour shortened very materially may
receive similar festivities to those accord
ed tbe Chicago employe at the band of
President Holme, when the syndicate
fcli Itself thoroughly established and in
entire running shape.
Hfl.LSpJAI.K. Nov. 15
There was t prty at Mr. .Jerry Pear
Hall's on Wednesday night.
Koh, wotild'nt you as soon walk a to
ride with three in the cart?
There Is talk of having a concert at
Enterprise in the near future.
Oirls, have you found out whether
that mustache is false or not?
Mr. Nelson, from Cordova, was In our
town buvlng horse on Tuesday.
D. C. Walker and W. It. Camp, of
Enterprise, spent Saturday in Molina.
The winter term of school opens on
Monday with Mis Mollie Woodburn as
Mr. and Mr. Westgate. of Clinton.
Iowa, were guests of Mr. S B. Pesster
on Mnndsy of last week.
Mr. Burtow ha been on the sick li-tt
the past week, but are pleased to state he
is much better at this writing.
Jut a word to those boys who go along
the road throwing kisses at the pretty
girl as they pass by. Boys, such flirta
tions are dangerous sometimes.
About thirty or forty of Rev. Broad
foot's friends gathered at bis home near
Kose Hill on Saturday night for the pur
pose of surprising him. He ws pre
sented wltb handsome set nf dishes,
and other article too numerous to men
tion. THtEE DUCKS AT A SHOT.
Ths rr-l.lRt Haas ilia II Knd of lbs
taiu at ISvnJiM tNoot.
ItAiriUoKC. ML. 3..v. 10 Ttiu Sun
(rial from hnj.oi CUam, Md., says:
Pr.-hUia Harrison rsuiauiwi all vsnrday
at IWnjm I'uint, Mid Its Hivr .Nark, Balti
more i uun. vtaavbrs bs is the gue.t of tbe
HfLj s Poiut bucking club Tlei wind w- "1
v-rr unrtvorani to hooI shirr in'--ti.-
, . . Hie irest lent re
. '" - X In the shnoiliii; blind
lr"''l rTvll I. ih. . ....i 11. at
"iTurin2 that time Kve ilucks alighted, and
the president kill-! three at one shot, tbe
two others being hatred by Gin. Newell
and R C. Knight At it: Jo p ra. tbe
gunner returned to th, blinds remaining,
until nightfall. The pr-ni.l-nt's rocord for
tlM day was swvsn ducks at four shots. Tbe
president will leave fur Washington about
8 o'clock this afternoon. He is in excel lent
health and spirits and has a regular hunter's
WILL TRY PROFIT SHARING.
The l.endiin Us Light Company Make
mm Important Move.
London, Nov. 10 Tbe frequent m it ni Tes
tatum of discontent among tne gas stokers
and other employes of the London. Oas
Light company of late have led the company
to formulate a scheme whereby thi employes
may become more iutimauily interested In
tbe welfare of the corporation, thereby
averting strikes. Accordingly the oompaoy
ha admitted TOO of tea employes to the en
joyment of a share of tbe profits of the
company through U medium of a co-operative
system, the condition Imposed upon tbe
men so benefitted being that they shall all
agree iu welting In consideration of their
participation in the profit that they will
have nothing lodo witb strlkss or labor or
ganisitions. Tbs scheme rmet with the
approval of the men, and doubtlmn w ill have
the -IT t fXpectml y the comiMny.
LIGHT ON ST.
Mutilated Corps Identified aud
I'ruiulnenl People la Trouble.
8t. I'AVL, Miun., Nov. 10 The mystery
of the mutilate I corps at Lake Johanna
was Bleared up yesterday by the coufeeslon
of U 'urge Lynch, a young electrician of this
city. Lyucb's eonfosiinn implicates several
prominent people in HI Paul, and County
Attorney Egan status that be will bring tb
matter to tbe atlentiou of tb grand Jury
next week. Lyueh states that several tnedi
oal students, among them Albert Austin,
uf ef Governor Amllu, of Minnesota;
Mar Iloyt. soa of Health Commissioner
Hoyt, and Henry Bramball, all or whom are
now attending college In Philadelphia, pro
sursd the body from Dr. J. H. Murphy, wbo
claimed that he got it at Dimpier's under
taking stablisbni9Ut In this oity. Tb stu
dents uud a partial dissection of the body
uudor the supervision of Health Comma
Ktlng suddenly summoned east they bad
tb body embalmed, cut II In two, packed it
In a barrel, an I at the suggestiou of the
health commissioner, buried it at Lake Jo
hanna, tntndln( to return In tb spring and
finish tb work. Dr. Murphy ba 1 slat d
tbat tb body was that of a man killed In
railway collision, and that he obtained it
through regular channels. The affair ha
caused a stir in Kt Paul on account of tb
prominence ot th psrsuus ImpliuateiL Dr.
Murphy la an Intimate friend of President
HarrisnQ and family, and bis daughter la
sow frequent visitor at th Whit House,
a so was during th Cleveland regime.
BRAZIL A REPUBLIC
Svccessful Revolution in Dom
FEW DETAILS OF THE UPHEAVAL
The Sew Folly Confirmed at London A
Cabinet Minister Reported Killed
in the Revolt
Til CoftTe Market at New York la a Mat
f Eseltesaeat e I a Hi- Rise la Prle
Looked for aom Facts A bo nt lb
Ovwrthrowa Kesperor A Mao Who Has
B pent forty Tear Working for the Oood
of Hie People HI Priest Life mm4
Loriw, Nov. lft Private cablegrams
from R o d Janeiro aanounc tb out
break uf a revolution in Braid, but give no
Later dispatch fully confirm the previ
ous reports. Th revolution aims at th
overthrow of th government an 1 th proo
lamation of a republic. Th army supports
pmufoa raoito rut raoio n.
auraras or bazu
th movement. A provisional government
has baea establish I, inoluding Beobors Da
Pooseca and Benjamin Constant. Among
tb dispatctws rocjirol, but not yet offici
ally cou firmed, is on saying that Baron
Ladarlo, tbe minister of marine, has ten
THE COFFEE MERCHANTS HEAR.
They Prodlrl a ftefnlar Menagerie In I ho
Co (Tee Market.
Niw Vona, Nov. Id Charles K Flint
ft Co., South American merchants, of this
City, bav received the following cablegram
from tbeir correspondent in Rio Janeiro:
"A revolution ba broken out br. Tbe
Brasillan rmi-s are In c mtrol Tb min
istry oav rwogneL Tb revolution is for
tb purpose of fnrmin a republic."
Messra. Hard & Rand aud tj Arbookl
Bros, have recvivnd dispatches similarly
wordsd, aadid also Mhui-s. Jusepti J. O'Don
ogfau Sc ions. Thee dispatches wer all
dated Rio Janeiro and wer recwivel about
4 o'clock iu th afternoon, J'nt after the oof
fee exchange had closed
Will t hoop Cp th Coffee Market.
Tbe report rsme like a clup of tliuti ler to
til various dirTtte d-alur throughout the
oity wbo war ma le acqu tinted with it last
night, and If a confirmation is received, is
likely to be productive of a panic on tb ex
change. Mr. Jtiseph J. O'Donoghue says: "tY
receive. I notice about a year an in our cor
rexpondenco from Brasii of a rumor! up
rising of the slums in various parts of tbat
ooiintry, but not iing more was beard of It,
and since then th news has been of a most
rbeerful character. The new oft4 crop In
Brasii is almost r-adv to Ue harvested, and
th supply on th marknt is consequently
limited. If a revolution has broken out,and
tbe ports of Rio de Janeiro and Snntn are
block led, 75 per cent, of the coffee supply
of this conntry will be cut off "
Would Cut Off th Kuhber Sopptr.
Mr. tVilliain f'roseinan said: "If th re
port is trua oa ff-si is likely to advance to
hitherto unheard-of fljurM. Tbe blockading
of Braiilian ports w.iu d a' cut off mor
tha-i three-fourths of the entire India rub
bar supply and compel the shutting; down nf
nearly all the rubber goods, manufacturing
ooncerns In th L'uitod ftatw, as tb supply
on band at present is not suftb-ient to lait
THE NEWS AT WASHINGTON.
The Kreidlnn Usllss Inellooil to Dis
credit th Itrpnrt.
WashisoTOS ClTT, Nov. 16. A dispatch
was received at tb state department yester
day afternoon from Consul Oenaral Dockery,
at Rio de Janeiro, announcing tbe outbreak
of a revolution aga.ost the Brazilian govern
ment, and tbat th minister of Mann had
been kllleL Tb Brasillan minister s-ild
last evening that be bad received no Infor
mation from his government with retard to
lb reported revolution Sine be left
Brazil, In July last, a bad beard considera
ble about tb great strength of the repub
lican party in iirssd, but in his opinion its
itrength was (freotly overrat! in thU
sou n try
Thinks th Wews taisrubsliU.
At tb last election which was prfctlv
free and open, only a few repnblimns wer
returned. While it was possible that great
change bad taken place in tbe affairs in
Brazil in to last thro or four months, he
did not think it at all prohabl that th situ
ation bad taken th turn indicate! by tbe
ra legram. There might, be thought, have
been eom ministerial trouble which hatL
glvea riee to tb reports of a ravolutiog;
DOM PEDRO'S LOSS REIGN.
kular. Model Bntbsad,
r ether mmA Eaaaaelpator.
Yoaa, "lov. 10 Dom Pclro, emper
Tof Prazil, Is th oldest monarch in point
of wrviii in the world, he having been de
olared emperor sis years before Victoria
waa eaUeJ to th throne of Great Britain.
si though he lo tb Junior ot Prlnoo
Albert's relict by three or four years.
Dom Pedro married th sister ot
th king of Naples, and their mar
riage has been a peculiarly happy one.
OtMenild, Isabel, born In 1M4, is the living
fruit ot thair wedlock. Isabel married, and
lb and bar child, born In October, 1975, are
th only offspring ot tb couple.
Ills Brvli-s to Brasii.
No crowned person in tb world has af
forded so many instances of devotion to his
subcte and a desir to promote their iuter
Mte as Dom Pedro, Nut only has he given
son sent to anJ encouraged movements look
log to tb amelioration of tb con btion of
bis psopl, but in 1S71 he oaosdd to ba passed
a law which declared that tbencd forward all
ahUdren born of slaves should I free, and
also declaring that all slaves lelonging to
tb state or to tb imperial household should
thenceforward be frew. Bis re' y is now
almost extinct within tb empire.
A Maa of Rare Virtue.
Th emperor is a man of rare iutellactual
(ualiti, and bad be not boon a ruler of
men be mlht have attained to no mean
reputation as author and sctiolur. Muster
of a number of th living language, a man
of poetio aeutim mt, and yet at the same
time of phliotojiliic mini, be possesses
equal moral attainments. Hi is a model
husband, a fond father, a patriot as be has
understood th term. In 137H aud one
siuc b left th country in order to study
tb manners and customs of other peoples
that he might learn (herefrom what would
conduce to tb well-bsing ot hb own sub
jects. His popularity, as that of his wife
and offspring, was great, and th tidings of
th trouble com as a surprise to all wbo bad
any acquaintance witb th condition of af
fairs in tb wading empire ot Boutb Amer
ica. A Htatoaoaaa a Well.
Tb population of Brtiil is greatly mixed,
there being probably as many types and
races as in tb government of Austria or
Turkey. Btill such was tb affection bis
peopl bad for him tbat be has for forty
years ben able to bold all thee varying
forces well in hand. Tb liberal spirit he
nas vr displayed, wltb his persistent ef
forts to advance bis people in every direo-
tion, makes th more extraordinary the
present disturbance. When b took tb
reins of government b succeeded to tb
eeoond empsrior who bad been driven from
tb country by the disaffection of tbe
people. II waa declared legal emperor at
ine age of 14.
Kraail mm tiaaaer sua Eaaplre A Re-
Washirotoh. D. 0., Not. IS. Tbe
Braclllian empire has been overthrown,
and tbe republic of Brsill proclaimed.
with Benorda Foncesca as president Tbe
imperial ministers and the imperial fsm-
11 y art guaranteed protection. All bull
nest la suspended, and there is no appar
ent danger to life or property.
THE "ROCK ISJiANO
THE BASE BALL TROUBLE.
Probebllllr Tfcat th Loafa Will Go lata
Coait Kaast City Lave th Associa
tion Bpaldli g Talks.
New York, Nov. 18, Th National
leagn convent en adjourned yesterday af
ternoon to rotonven on Jan. 28, at th
Fifth Avenue totoL Th entire time of tb
last days' sesloti was taken up with tbe dis
cussion ot tbe Drotherhood question. John
L Rigsra said that it was a notorious fact
tbat a number of playara reserved by tb
Lgas clubs bt d declared thair intention of
violating said reserve, notwithstanding
Dotio by tbelr respective clubs of said re
serve and of tin latters' option to renew th
usual form of contract with such players for
th season of 1 8SX Also, that tbe opinion of
eminent cou nasi bad been rsceived affirming
th legal and equitabl right ot League
olub under aaid contracts, to lb services ot
their roe -re pit yrs for th season ot lXbO.
Will Pl ht It la th Coarta.
Tb following resolution was then nani
monsly adopted; "That this League hereby
aeoiares tbat it till aid each of it club mem
bers In tb enfM-cement ot tbe contract
rights ot such club to tbe service of its re
served play for tb season of ItVO, and that
a committee of tbre be appointed by tb
League, with fill power to act, and to
formulate and carry out tbe best methods nf
enforcement of add contract rights of said
cluba" Rogers, Byro and Day ware ap
pointed tb oof imitte and authorised to
draw upon tbe guarante fund to prosecute
Cob tracts with Players.
Another resolu .ioa was adopted prohibit
ing any Lsagu club negotiating with play
ers not under Letgue reservation, or for th
transfer of any League pUyer until Feb. 1,
18110; appointing a committee ot three to
which all apt lications for positions in
League teams sht II ti referred, as well as
all applications for release, and to have
charge of all negotiations looking to trans
fere, etc, no such transaotio i to be consum
mated without its consent by unanimous
ote. Toung, Btrn and R-ach wer ap
pointed on this committee, an 1 the Lsagu
Aa Iotervlew wlih Spalding.
A. O. Spalding was interviewed after tbe
adjournment and said the Ijeagu was
stronger than --er now. "By tbe abo
lition of tb sales' system, aaid he,
"and tb class Ocation rule, and by
th paym-iit of $J5i to So'.cliffe, the
Lsagu has given the players mor than
they asked for; all of which oarries out my
promts to Mr. Wsrd tbat tb matters re
ferred to In our June conference could safe
ly be entrusted to tbe League for a fair con
sideration and settlement"
In Regard t th Brotherhood.
In answer to a uestion as to what the
policy of tbe Lmg i would ba toward their
seceding players, Mr. Snailin? said tbat no
on could speak definitely for th League,
but bis personal ii ea was tb t if the players
persist in their "'onspiracy" and show In
aom more substantial way than by empty
threat that they rally Intend to carry their
schema into operr tioo, be had no doubt th
league clubs wo lid make every possible
eff a-t to nj tin the players from playing in
any other organis ition. Mr. Hpal.ling said
it was tb opinuo ot aom ot the most
prominent lawyer of tb country that such
an injunction wil bold. He bad seen no
opinion from any Itwyer to th oontrary.
If th Law Falls. Expulsion.
It injunctions wonld not hold, Spalding
said, tb Leagn would expel all th Broth
erhood "coospirat m," which, in bis opin
ion, would end their careors as professional
baa ball plavers it tbeir "rebellious" scheme
proved a failure, which be seemed to think
would be the case. Ux did not believe tb
rank and HI of t L)agu would go into
th aulieuie, which was aided and abetted by
a few "long (-banc ' capitalist wbo were tn
tb scheme for the money they could mak.
Another Ateltioa Beeeesloa.
Tbe Association seems In a rsther bad
way. At tb meti lg yesterday tb Kansas
City club resigned iut membership. It rep
resentatives immed ately left the room and
joined Secretary M s-ton, of tbe Wsitern as
sociation. Negotiat ions war at one opened
for tb admission ti (bat organizitioo. In
ten minute everything was settled, and
Kansas City waa mi.de a member. It was
rumored that Bab tutor contemplates a
speedy desertion f ro n tb Association, ami
an attempt will be nade to join the League
by the purchase ot th Washington frail
chew. Phelna, of the Lo Jlsvil'e club, was elected
president ot tbe Association and an applica
tion from tb Srrac is cluti, ot th Interna
tional a--ciation, for membership in tbe
American was recavL Th AsCiation
Signed with th ttroiherhood.
Philadelphia, ?,v. 10 E. J. Dele
banty signed a Brotl rhood contract yester
day. Arthur A. Ir in, of the Washington
club, waa here yesterdsy and stated that be
had signed Matthew Cilror, of the Bilti
mor club, for tb B aiton Brotherhood club.
CHICaOO, Nov. K.-Tantr, thlongatod
pitcher of tb Lsagu club her bas signsd
witb tb Brotherhoo-L
Brrr aLO, N. Y., J.'ov. Jfl A special from
L'tlca to Th Express says tbat Bam Wise,
of the Washington Ruts Ball club, yesterday
signed witb the Buffalo Play$cciub. -
Iadlaap Its I'flred.
IirpiaaaPOUS, Ntv. irt. To sentiment
here, aa exprssssdty th treasurer of tbe
IodimapoligrSo and others in tbe city, is
that t; tTooaiers will go out ot th Laagu
Cud sell tblr players to Cincinnati. There
la hardly sufficient s ipport for a Lsagu
Olub barm, and Cincinnati h so near as to
Interfere with tb bus.nsa
Th emperor and empress uf O.'rmatiy re
turned to Berlin Fndi y morning.
Joseph Cbambarlal i. th British Liberal
Unionist politician, sa led from Ixmdon for
Fir at Dooopalis, M to., Friday, destroyed
tb Denossntis oil roil . ioes, iai,oo0; In
It ia said that tb recant blissard out in
New Mi'Zioo and Colo -ado was tb death of
nearly 1UU pwipla
To save tbe barbed -wire trad from total
demoralization, a greet steal trust Is being
organised at Chicago, so it is said.
Th editor ot Th Magdeburg Tageblatt
has Immo sentenoed to six weeks' Imprison
ment for insulting Priio Bismarck.
James Gordon Bwnstt bas sold The
Herald building, needing tbe money to put
Into his foreign aewsptper atrprisea.
Oeorg Washington, colored, was taken
from jail by a mob at Magnolia, Mis, Fri
day and hanged for an attempt to assault a
Th official returns of tb vote for state
treasurer of Pennsylvania give Boyer
(Rep.). 841,!M4; Bigler (Dem.), 2SJ.3I3; John
son (Pro.), 2.S,41.
It is i urrently reported that Mrs. Delia
Parnell, the Irish agitotor'a mother, is abso
lutely needing th neosMarles of life at bar
farm in Ni-w Jersey.
Th dutcovarv of a nw coal bed is report
d from 'North Sydney, Nova Bootia. A
well -known expert ola mi tbat there are 10,
000,000 ton iu the sea us.
Tb jury in the case of Mrs. Besant, wbo
sued hev. Mr. Husky ni for misrepresenting
bar Idea of marria? t lorality, disagreed in
London, Euland, Fricay.
Oeorg W. Bungay, be veteran journalist
and temperance advo.-te, is very ill at his
bouie in Brooklyn, N. Y. He was stricken
witb paralysis last Tus day night.
Cbarlas C Bonney, of Chicago, president
of the Lew and Order league, ha issued a
call for tba next annual meeting of th or
ganisation tn Toronto, n Feb. ti, ltJ0.
A reception was givsn at Terr Haute.
ImL, Friday evening to John Dawson, tbe
occasion bung tbe llWtn anoivsrsary of his
Dirtn. tit stood tn f ttign lik a young
The Democratic stat oentral committee of
Indiana has been call I to meat at Indianap
olis Wednesday next, U- begin preparationa
for tbe uext campaign, which, a member
says, will b fought on tb tariff question.
Tba Chicago health oOos bad a sensation
Friday. A man witb s fac full of pimples
walked in and tn a mot lent was pronounced
suffering witb a wsll developed oaae of
small-pox. Tbe worst of the case was that
tbe man bad been walking tb street and
been in contact witb hundreds of people.
Didn't Bans ksnhs la Efflgjr.
JtmasOKViLLX, Ind , Nov. 10. Leading
Republicans here ware i idlgnant on account
of tn appointment of A. M. Lake as poet-
master, and burned all thair transparencies
and other oamuaign paraphernalia. Presi
dent Harrison was not t nrned in effigy.
Aw Approwrlai Offering.
Omaha Wife So old tfoneybags has sent
os Invitations to attend ua golden wedding.
Everybody knows theunioclal miser U simply
angling fur pi sasnts. W oat are you going to
Husband A gold fish. Omaha World.
THE L'AKMEliS' FIAT
Significant Resolutions Passed
at Montgomery, Ala.
PLAIN T4LK ABOUT THE TARIFF.
Bona Declarations That May Casta Fell
tlelana to Look a Little Out Aa ltl
snatloa That Protection Mast Cover AH
Amerleaa Prod net or Koa A Tariff-for-Revnu
Reeolutloa Defeated Chi
cago Endorsed a th Location for th
Montgomery-. Ala., Nov. 18. Th Farm
ere' congress yesterday got through a lot of
business, aud promulgated an important
atterance on th subject of th tariff. Among
tb resolutions passed was one favoring th
schemes for improving th Mississippi and
tb Missouri rivers, and for a ship canal
across Illinois, connecting tb Mississippi
river and Lake Michigan. Tb Farmers' in
stitute was indorsed, and national aid
recommended, and a national board of ag
riculture demanded. Chicago was iudoraed
ever 8L Louis as a plaos for the World's
fair. A committee of one from each stat
was appointed to suggest a national flower.
Bosn Defeated Fropdeitlana.
A resolution favoring a repeal of tbe to
bacco tax was defeated ; also a resolution that
tb revenue fro a the whisky and tobacco
tax should be distributed amo g tba states
to relieve local taxation; also a resolution
favoring government aid to steamship line
to build up trade with Central and South
America; also a resolution favoring unlim
ited coinage of silver; also a rssolution fa
voring bounties to suar growers.
Protection for Farm Prod note.
Hon. William E. Lawrence reported the
following from tbe committee on resolu
tions: Resolved, That, whilo congresa maintains
tbe policy of a protective tariff, we demand
'.bat all farm products shall be at fully pro
tected as the most favored ot the manufac
turing industries; that while, as now, tb
protective tariff is maintained whiou sub
stantially prohibits importations of foreign
earpvta and many other artirl of manu
factured goods, w demand that tb duties
on mutton, shep and wool of all kinds be so
increased as to equally prohibit the importa
tio of mutton, sheep and wool of every kind
which can, under protect ion, be sufficiently
produced at fairly remunerative prices in
the United State to supply all American
wants, including tb better class of carpet
wools, especially as carpets, as luxuries, are
entitled to less favor than farm and ranch
products; that the tariff on wool imported
to make carpets should at least be aa high aa
that imported to make coats.
If Not, an Appeal to th Ballot.
Resolved, Tbat if protection to ibis extent
be denied, we will call upon tbe farmers of
the United States to assert their power at
tbe ballot-box, and otherwise to right the
wrong and injustice of discrimination
against tbem. It they fail in this, the wool
and mutton producing industries will be so
seriously crippled that tbey wiil be. In a
large messure, destroyed, and tbe farmers
will no longer have any interest in protec
tion for the manufacturers ot woolen goods,
but will insist that they shall have no larger
measure ot protection than is accorded to
tbe wool industry, including any kind of
wool; that tbe farmers ot tbe United States
are not called upon to support tbe nomina
tion of any man for president, senator or
representative in congress wbo will not, to
bis utmost ability, aid in orrying out the
objects of the foregoing resolutions; that we
favor commercial treaties with countries
which accipt silver as legal tender money
as well as gold, and against tbem with those
which bav demmetixed silver.
Minority Report aad Substitute.
A ruin ority report was presented demand
ing the reduction of th tariff strictly to a
revenue basis, and a tutaiitute for both
recommending to th congress of ths United
States tb enactment ot such just tariff law
as will secure an equal distribution of public
burdens and provide su ticient revenue for
Both the above were defeated, and tb
majority report divided so as to take a
separate vote on the silver clause, which,
when voted upon was carried unanimously.
Two to One for th Majority Report.
Tb vote on ths majority report was then
taken and resulted by stat (saoh state hav
ing tba asms number of v.itas as representa
tive in congress) as follows: Ayes Colo
rado, t; Florida, 2; Illinois. ZS; Idiho, g; In
diana, 10; Iowa, 15; Kansas, 11; Kentucky,
7; Maine, II; Michigan, lo; Ohio, -4; Penn
sylvania. 'J3; Missouri, 1; Rbod Island, 6
Total, l'W. Noes Alabama. 13; Florida, S;
Georgia, 15; Indiana, 7; Kentucky, 7; Texas,
14; Missouri. It; N itn Caroliua, IL To
4 toting Proceeding.
R. F. Kolb, of Alabama, was re-elected
president and a vice president from each
state waa also chosen. Ii F. Clayton, of
Illinois, was elected secretary and Mr.
Lawrence, of Ohio, treasurer. The .
meeting wi i Jield i i.i, atla th
secretary was autnonzd to determine
between Sioux City and Des Moines. Tbe
congress adjourns I at 5 o'clock and the
members lrt at o clock on an ex -union to
Mrs. Hobbard-Ayar bar Mis
New Yoca, Nov. 14 Mrs. Harriet Hub-bard-Ayer
denies that she has given np her
claim to ber daughter Margaret or to
alimony from her late husband. Sb says
sbe bos simply consented to suspend litiga
tion until ber daughter is old enough to
choose for herself. Referring to tb charges
tbat she is not a proper woman to have
charge of ber child, sb cite tb affidavit
of Dr. Sbrady, which says Mrs. Ayer has
always demonstrated ber affection for her
children to bis own Knowledge, and pro
ceeds: "I bave seen Mrs. Ayer in many
moods when sb baa been olatod, dietreeaed,
and when ah believed herself deeply
wronged and have never heard ber use
language which could possibly be construed
as sitber vulgar, profane or unwomanly.
Clghty-Flv Thousand Mew Wanted.
WashisotohCitt, Nov. 19. Iu hi annual
report Gen. Schofleld, commanding general
of the army, gives a detailed statement of
tb number uf men necessary to equip sea
coast defense in time of war, and estimates
tbe total number for this at ao.OiKI artillery
men. There are now on band 3,325 seacoast
Oar Foreico Labor Aet Again.
Liverpool, Nov. 16. The Liverpool
chamber of commerce bas forward! a peti
tion to Lord Salisbury asking the premier to
en leavor to have rescinded the action of th
customs collector at Norfolk, Ya., regarding
the employment of English clnssl tiers of cot
ton in violation of the foreign labor act.
A Very Small King in Portagat.
Lisaoit, Nov. in. Q.ieen Amnlie of Por
tugal, daughter of tba Count of Paris, was
delivered of a son yesterday.
Morrison Visits Judge Coolev.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 16. CoL Will
iam R. Morrison, who bas been acting as
chairman of ths inter-state commerce com
mission during the illness ot Judire Cooley,
arrived bore from Washington City yester
day to consult with the ju i on Important
official buiiness. lie found tbe judge np
an I able to bs out for an airing, aud full ot
confidence that within a week or so be wonld
again be able to b witb bis associate. CoL
Morrison returned to Washington City
greatly pleased with the visit, and witb the
prospeot of Jodie Cooley 's early recovery.
A a Alleged Deal la Elevator.
New York, Nov. 16. A Chicago special
says: Tb Munger-W heeler Elevator company
has just clisnd a trad witb London and
Chicago parties, by which tbey transfer eight
elevators in Chicago with a capacity of 6,
000,000 bushels, to th latter. Th new com
pany will be formed in London witb a capi
tal of HaOO.OJO. It is proposed to issue
shares aggregating C2,000,00u, and S.-U (2,
Millard Fillmore's hoa Dead.
BurraLO, Nov. lo. Millard Powers Fill
more, son ot tbe late President Fillmore,
died last night of apoplexy. H was about
60 years old and bad long been in falling
bealtb. He had no near relatives, aud only
a few friends were with bim at hi death.
which occurred at the Tifft house. Mr. Fill
more was a lawyer.
Th Cadeta Ate Carts Apr loot.
New Tore, Nov. 16. A special from
West Point says tbat tbe reosnt mysterious
Illness among tbe cadet has been found to
bave been caused by tbe eating of nnripe
apricot stewed in milk, Tne numbers af
fected baa been exaggerated. Only sixty
required maaioal treatment, and all but six
bave completely recovered. Th others will
soon ba oat,
NOVEMBER 10, 1889.
A Most Diabolical Murder Per
petrated by Them.
AGED MAN ASD WIFE SHOT D0WH.
Both Victims Ovr Seventy Year mj Age
The Atrocity Revive th Feed aflSd the
Hat He Ids Are oa a Maa-Bant War on
tha Jews la Loalalaaa Plotters of Bob
bery aooopod In eeor ado Treasonable
Huntinotosj, w. Ta Nov. 16 Two
more vii-tims bave U a sacrificed in tba
Hatfleld-McCoy war. They were shot down
in reveoge by the McCoys on Thursday
night While Parts B.umnVld and bis wife,
an aged couple, were at sapper some one
knocksd at ths door, an J old Mr. Blumfield
opened it. In an instant ha was pierced with
Ave bullets His wife, who stood by his side,
was fatally wounded, but lived long enough
to tell tbe story of the murder to her neigh
bors yesterday morning. Both victims were
over 70 years old aud bad never take n any
part iu th feud.
Hatfield ea tha Warpath.
This murder bas stirred np tb Kitflelds
and Blumflelds, and a party started out
yesterday afternoon to avenge the death of
th white-haired couple. At a meeting ot
tbe citizens of Lincoln coatity, held at Ham
lin the county seat, yesterday afternoon, a
committee was appointed to wait on tha
governor an 1 appeal for troops. They will
reach Wheeling on Monday, and their re
queKt will probably b granted, as the local
authorities are belplrsa.
ANOTHER KIND Or RACE WAR.
This Time It Is the Jews Who Oet Notiee
New Ori canb, Ncv. Id. The Picayune's
Lake Providence special says: Louis Horn
tball, of Vicksburg, Miss., came up the road
yesterday from Tompkins Bind and reached
Providence at noon. Ha reports tbat about
4 o'clock yesterday morning the Alsatia
store was shot iuti abnit fifty or more
times and placarded: "No Jews aft-r tbe 1st
of January. A D-lhl warning of fir and
lead will maka you leave." Tha Bernard
& Block store at Goodrich's landing was also
A Victim Heard from.
Mr. Ous Bernard, at Goodrich, responded
after repeated calls and aaid that about
twenty shot were fired into his dwelling
near midnif-bt, one of them passing nearly
over the bed in which hia family lay. There
were fifty -five empty rifl shells found on tb
levee yesterday morning in front ot their
store. Tbe operator at the Alsatia store was
repeatedly called but did not answer. We
bave not bard of any personal in j iry or
tbe destruction of anv property further than
th effect of r.fU balls on the buildings and
the things insula that they cams in contact
Stabbed to the Heart at a Danes,
Dcut-Qti, Ia, Nov. 16 A terrible mur
der occurred Thursday night in Hanover,
Ilia, eighten miles from this city. A dance
was in progress at tbe house of a man named
Hairis. There were more gneets than room,
and a dispute arose for precedence on tbe
floor between Calvin Young and William
Murphy. Words came to blows, when
Voung drew a knife and plunged it into
Murphy' heart. Ibe latter died in a few
moments. Young was arrested and taken
to the Galena jail. The murders r ia 5) years
old and bas a family.
Arrested for Platting Robbery.
Dxkver, Colo., Nov. IB. Bill Moors, G
H. Moore, William Coleman anil Dan Crow
ley have been arrested for a plot to rob the
express car from Argo, which, every Mon
diy morning, brings to this city about 50
OxiO worth of money and bullion from tbe
Colorado Smelt n; works t iere. Bill was
switching at Arg.i, and ori-ln.te I the plot,
but it was frustrated by Union Pacific rail
way detectives. Moore claims to have been
with the James boys in various bank rob
beries The Osttis of the Mormons.
SslT Lakb, U. T., Nov. Id I i coulinu
ancdofthe investigation yesterday into the
ottba administered i i toe Morium core
monie hostile to the United K.ates Levi
Axlell swore that tne penalty for divulging
the secrets was death. It wua understood
tbat the "Selling up of tne kingdom of God
on the ruins ot tbe Unite I States" meant
tbat the Mormon cliuroi was to rule.
Th Trial of Holsliay About Euded.
BESSElfCR, Mich., Nov. It. The counsel
in the Ho.'xhay case made their closing argu
ments to the jury yesterday. Holx isy paid
very little attention to the remarks ot his at
torney, but watched closely everything said
or don by the attorneys for the prosecution.
The Most Brutish of Rrntra.
was eon vu-t si yesterday of an outrageous as
sault on a S jear-old baby and sentenced by
Judge Cowiug In the general sessions to ten
years In stale prison.
Held for Robbing ihe Mail
New YORC, Nov. Id Joseph H. Bresuan,
a postofflce clerk in Station B, Grand street,
was held in - aJO bad yes'erday for robbing
Aa Irreverent Woman, Miss Looaard.
New York. Njv 16 Ibe repirts from
Chicago tbat tbe uncertain Lillian Russell
bad eloped from tbat city with a young club
man, of tbi city, rather excited Mrs.
Cynthia Lsotiard, lb airy fairy's mot ber.
When told tbat tb report was that her
daughter bad run away with young San-
ford, ah ex -utimvd "Run away I No," and
added, with hyperbolic, not to say sacre
legious energy. "Why, she wouldn't ran
away witt. Ood Almurhty. much leas with
Mr. Sanford. He bas dogjel her with tbe
utmost persistency, but what does she want
of any man? Sbe is surfeited with tbat sort
Did the Business for Himself.
ToNiWiKM, N. Y., Nov. 10. James Bo
nis, a sailor living in North Tonswanda,shot
his wife yesterday in a fit of jealousy, il is
supposed, th budet taking i ff jt in th right
arm. Ennis then placed th weapon against
bis own head, and shot Umself througb th
brain. The woman will recover, bat Ennis
Germans Eating Horse Meat.
London, Nov. In. The consumption of
boras meat in lieu of beef is daily increasing
in Berlin, and it has become almost impos
sible for tbe butchers to procure sufficient
veritable beef tosupply tb demands of those
wbo are able to pay the almost fabuk a
price which tbat commodity commands.
They Indorsed Hi. Louis.
Kanbs Hit, Nov. 16. Tbe commercial
exchange yesterday declare 1 in favor of Bt.
Louis aa tbe site of tbe Worli's fair.
The Complaisant Chrlstitch Dlsappsar.
London, Nov. 16 M. Christitch, for
merly Servian minister to Germany, and
more widely known as tbe complaisant bus
band of tbe mistress of ex-King Milan, bas
d.sappeared from Belgrade, and tba few
parsons comprising bis friends fear be has
committed suicide, while ths insny who
despise him fear tbat be bas not It is
probable, however, tbat tb social ostracism
to which h bas Isten snbj -cted even in
Belgrade where tb standard of morality is
aero, lias been more than be could stand.
Ia Opposition to Oar Little Scheme.
Madrid. Nov. 16. Senor Ruis Capde
pon, minister of the colonies, bas prepared
a bill for Introduction in tbe cortex redncing
th tariffs applicable to Cuba and Porto
Rioo witb a view to developing tbe com
merce ot those islands with tbe American
and South American republic aud Europe.
The foreign office is making ad ranees to
Boutb American republics witb the object
of binding closer tb political and commer
cial relations of those ..countries with Bpain.
Th Johnstown Relief Fand.
JonwsTowx, Pa Nov. in. Tb flood re
lief commission, investigating the distribu
tion ot funds to tbe people ot tbe Cone
maugh valley, yesterday found that tbe
charge of discrimination between tbe rich
and poorer classes in favor of tbe formir,
are without foundation.
Jeff Davis Mot Serloosly III.
NgwOaLsana, Nov. 16. Mr. Jefferaoa
Davis is a passsngor on tbe steamer Leath
ers, which passed Bsyoo Sara at S p. m.
yesterday, and will arrive here to-day. He
is only suffering from general debility.
Rear-A dm i ral Braine baa been mad
commandant at tba Brooklyn nary yard.
Ha bean a promising name.
teat Styles and the most
Hi lace Curtain Stretchers g
CUT OS FOUMKO SSAMS.
Will $see you Money, Tim and Labor.
FvlKY llO"SKtErta StiOLLD liAVX OnB
Sby lady can operate tbem.
For Gala By
TELEPHONE NO. 10M.
THE KNIGHTS AND ALLIANCE.
Meeting of Representatives at Atlanta-
K'lthuslaMic for Confederation.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 10. The feature of
tbe K. of L convention yesterday was the
reception in the hall of Co'. L. F. Living
ston, president, and Judge Henderson, R. P.
Gray and Henry Broan, representatives ot
the Farmers Alliance. They were received
with great en husiasm, especially when CoL
L'vini;s'oD spoke in favor of cmfe I. ration
of the Knight and the Alliance. Mr. Pow
erly in reply sa:d he thanked Go I for tbe
dny, and su I the day wh the farmer and
mecha:iic should stand side by side and work
for the ssnv o jo t bad al ways been a dream
of hia The entire niseling was most en
thusiastic, and every mention of the confe
eration of the two orders was met with
thimd -ring applause.
The Italtunore Is a Flyer.
rlALTlstOHg, Nov. IA. Tbe new cruiser
Baltimore tnsd ' ber second ,rial trip y.sKer
day in a ton: li u V si -a ly run on a norta
e .t tiy e.s.si course from t'.i;s H -nlopea.
The sp -ed sbe deveioited was even mar re
marknlil than on hr firs: trip, being 20. 1
in. .ti a i hour, against 19 H knots bafor.
Diphtheria t'ltises the riehoela.
Iron Mountain, Mich., Nov. 16. Thirty
scbouls bave beu closed on account of aa
epi.l-mie of diphtheria. There are about
forty cases, aud there have been several
death, one ca-ss proving fatal in twelve
hours, and tbe .iiseasi appears to be of a
very luulinant trp.
Cbicaoo. Nov. IS.
(notations on tb board of trad to-day
were as follows: Wheat No. 2 November,
opened . closed S.Sjc; I lecem her. opened
r, closed 104-: May. opened (6'ae, closed
S.'". t orn No. November, opened .o,
dined IHusmler. bned c, closed
:ic; May. opened itV-ve. rinsed c. data
N.k S November, opened and closed auo;
leeemter. opened :iir. closed iwaacsc- May,
opened and ilosel Pork November,
opened HM),cl.fl o )-ear. upcnedie.Ki,
closid tf.iitr Jauuao, oprued m..i closea
$.:"; Lard Na ember, opened U.S.'W.
ciosed $A tr.it.
Live stock Following wer tb quotations
at th I'nion stock yards: Ho .vaxtet
fairly active; choice heavy trade aoarce,
and prices steady: other lots So lower; light
grades. S..it&. ; row h racking,
S. Hi; mlxel lot, f3..V$S.&; heavy packinif
and ahipping 1. ta, i..7,.a. Cattle Market
steady: bet ves. .0 nit.;i, the bulk of lb
sales at t-V &jt.T': rows, I.Os2.7j; Workers
and feeders. Ji tKiiSS: Tei as steers, ti.SQSt
z.tsJ. Mieep Market stea iy: native mnttona,
ai.i5.Ju0O; westeru. J3.JH.2&; Texan. $.
t.U; lamb. $4.:0.Y7:.
Produce: Butter-Kanrv El. do creamery.
atOSftvc per lb. finest dairy. Wi Men packing
etock. itlc. Exs-Strictly fresh: 1J.11
per do; ice houss. IriiTc- Liv poultry
Hen. TSfO-sc per Its: turkey, m&li)ix dacka So:
geese. I.X)47jJi (r dor. Potatoes Beauty
uf Hebron, i-Tc per ba on track; common
and mixed lots, 154&. Apple Oood te
fancy, lJStft2.oO per bhL Cranbarrle Wla
eonain. tA U.TS per bbt.
Nxw Tona. Nov. 18.
Wbsat No. t red winter cash. Ntic: do
Deoember. K4c: do January, fcoHc: do Mar,
He. Corn-No. X mixed cah, 4Sc; do
November, 42Hs do December, ifo: do
January. . Lets Vuiet bat steady;
No. X mixed rash. X?tlc: do Lierem
ber. sTHi-: do January. STHc Rye Dull.
Barley Nominal. Pork-Dull; mesa. I1L-64
11.60 for inspeoted. Lard yuiel: December.
t.3; January , S.-7.
Live Stock: Cattle Oood and prime cattle
about steady; common and medium about 1' e
1U0 I s higher; native si r 9t4.i.".i3.76 W luo
Is: bulls and d:y cows. 1 41. .. sheep and
Lambs -Slie p. barely ateady, HHsHtjC V X:
lambs. Blow. 4 rllic. H. gs Live l og, dull
aud weak. $3.9 vt4.au V 100 Ke; common graa
bogs, not wanted, $3.i.
Hay rplsnd p rains. K 00
Riy Timotny nw fg.uu.
Hay Wild, K.OtsMS ofl
Onro tHd2rtaa0c ; New eo alto.
Potato IS CXOc
Oosl Hoeiiie:hail sa.an
Cord Wood-Oak, 4,; Hickory,
THE KQUXE SAYIX6S 6AIK
(Charted by U Leglalarore of Illlaola.)
MOLlIsIE. - ILLS.
Open daily from A. M. ts I P. M., aad oaTasa
daj and datarday Bvenlns froia t
Interest allowet. on Depoita at tha rata
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received In amounts of
11 and Upwards.
Ts p rival property of the Trustees Is rseuue
STOI te tbe depositors.' The etBcers as prohlbs
esd from bornraiog any of It moneys, atiaor
and xsarrlsd women rotcwd by ptcUx law.
Omoaas: a. W. Wsraexoca, Preside!
ra esoaaxex, Vic President : O. W. Hauxvai.
TcsTsl . W. WaeeteeJk, Porter "slim,
C. r. Besseeway, t. Btla Lea. Q. B Edwards.
Hiram Darling, A. B. Wright. A. 8, Keator, C
B. Messeaway.C. Vlutham.
S-w i a only chartered aavtxgi Bank la Reefe
HAS PtTROHASED THX
and baa removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
UTHe aolicita the trade long enjoyed
bj his predeoecaor and aa aaanj new
cualomera aa wiah to favor htm wltb
attractive prices combined make
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No. 1623 Second Avenue.
ia reserved for
-CARSE & CO..-
Boots and Shoes.
R. CRAMPTON & CO,
Are now prepared to undertake the Interior Deco
ration of Houses with
MODERN WALL PAPER.
In the most approved manner.
New Styles for the Spring
are beginning to arrive. Our stock ia complete for
the season in all grades and prices very
low for stock and labor.
lSirYour orders solicited.
STOVES AND RANGES
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal.
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hani Coal.
The latest design of the long aeries of ALADDIN Stoves. This is beautiful In
its ornamentation, novel in many of Its features is bound to be a good seller. Be
sure and examine this stove aud learn its good points for after seeing it you will
buy no other.
I have of course a supply of the celebrated ROUND OAKS. This bas been
so popular that it is being copied as far aa tbey dare oy unscrupulous parties, but
don't be deceived buy tbe Round Oak made by P. D. Beck with. I am tbe ao'.e
agent for above goods as well as other desirable goods. Hardware, etc.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third avenue and Twentieth St., Rock Island
SPECIAL SALE AT
1605 Second Avenue.
200 Muffs at 45c worth 75c. 100 Muffs at 85o worth $1.25.
Beaver, Seal, Monkey, Oppossum Mnffs and Setts, goiDg
cheap at this Special sale. Fur Trimmings in all
widths and kinds. Fur work of all kinds guaranteed first class
Sinn of the Red Oloye, west of Market Square.
A. J. SMITH 6c SON,
FULL LINE OF
Mantles. Tiles and Grates,
Now ready for your inspection.
compare our prices Derore buying.
tea ,,o,r J' SU,TH &
1M and W West Third Street, Opp. Maaonte Temple, DAVEfPORT.
trade a great success at the
TV IT! .
Call and see our aeeertment and