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"TgB DAILY AKGUS
FbioaT. ovim S3. 88.
Tbt securing of the tnnoal presidential
uestaga Id tdtsoce of a rival. end area
before tit delivery to cring-rese. bu been
on of the inmt tlmebonoted of news
paper troops. But President Harrier
Intends tbtt no turb Wienlee shell be
taken with bis rnsi-lrn effort. ITt btl
decided at to rlk the precious doou
ru.ni la the bands printers until
after It bat bero sent to the two bouses
of congress. The constitutional require
ment make It neresser" tht writ tea
noples be trsomittJ to the senate tad
boiife, but the prscllis heretofore bet
been to priol Urue number of ropies ha
ailvsnre foMbr "f ,0 dally MWip
per. These copies were distributed by
the Crete assiH-ielliins with the understanding-
that tlir were Dot to le used
until "reletsu" telegraphed from
Washington, alilc-h occurred at toon at
the clotk of the bouset tgo reading the
messsu'e In congress. The president
mistrusts that hie first message might he
prematurely published, and be will lake
do ensures. Eitra type written ropiee
will be prepared by the White bouse
clerks, and tho press association will be
furaitbrd with three la time for trnt
luieeion by telegraph before the after
noon paper go to preet. Inconvenience
will insult from thiol precautions for
the reason that the press wiree will
be blocked with the message to the
eiclunlon of other newt on the day tbe
nit-Mage i sent to con (frees. President
Cleveland's method In regard to bit met
iigc was a perfectly safe one, and yet
convenient for all partita. Tbe pi est as
sociation furnished the addresses of the
newspapers they represented. A copy
was tent for each paper to the local
postmaster, who waa instructed to de
liver it at noon on the day it was read be
fore congress. Of course no postmaster
would rik bit position by premature de
livery of the document, and it was a sat
ifitrtory arrangement all around.
After all, la there any longer that In
tense Interest among the people in a
president's message that would seem to
be implied In the struggles of tbe news-,
papers to place It early before their
readers, the speculations concerning lta
controls before publication, and tbe
profound and learned disquisitions after
wstji In tbe first place, the annua!
message has grown lengthier and
li.'UK'.bicr, and the subjects discoursed
upon have become more and more varied
and numerous, until now tbe document
Jibs so increased in bulk, that the aver-
,lan bat no longer the patience to
wade through it. And while It has grown
In size, it has also gained a perfunctory
and conventional manner of treating the
u jects discussed. While still of luturest.
thoughtful persons no longer look to an
nual messages to discover tbe real policy
and true tendency of the administration.
Kuowinu the tierce light that will beat
upon It and the eauer avidity wilb which
a mistake will be tuifd by bis optonenU
a president la apt to weigh each word
carefully and conceal bit thoughts rather
than reveal them. Hence it Is that the
modern metsago is principally devoled to
routine mutters, taking, as a matter of
course, a rosy view of our relations with
foreign nations, the state of tbe array.
nary, pus'.oflicr and other departments of
the Llovernuicul, consisting largely. In
fact, of a mere condensation of the re
ports of bit cabinet ministers.
An exception to this rule mutt be made
of President Cleveland's famoua message
of two yrars nfco. This practically Ignored
all hut the burning itue of a reduction in
the tariff taxes and was the real platform
upon which tin sulisi quent political cam
paign was foui'ht In it the writer
frankly and courageously iWUrrd bia
real opinions and the Ideas of his party.
Hut Mr. Harrison Is a cautious, cnlculat
lug man. He has ncilhi r the natural
candor nor I lie moral courage of hit pre.
detcstcr, and although It will be well
written, no doubt-an easy task yet
not h Icy but the c on vent Ion al uit--sife can
be e peeled from him.
lime, tliw magician of tbe 9. u at work
with cunning urt. W ,un Ooiidini; aliort thtt
Ht-kX. tnriiui; el.iix, hieh W bu. laboratory .
iiui flwwuig t,iu and tard srry out tipon
Uw linrm liKestinwr vlnuit sniiaiita iu tbt
skT. Fiwm lii nht bauti tlriri and O.M
back tut. ttrtuik icl'.rmof tlia uninisr. la
ksa 1st l baml i- tli In .t ijxirldiiig, glmtsuing
torsruuiKir 01 wuiier.
ilauoui: UitU invit;luu ir -.tun the,
yw Iiiiii.I- M'pi-aieh iiwiriT togHtliM-
JV r.uii ntv tlin er;u as Ui hene
' .ttiwiu un I ui,Aiu draw neur tokintber. llist!
Tba nuit'i' uiai i.iiiiiuiir tn-r. la tha
alcliau.r i f uatiim tins l." a glorloui ruiubioi
tiwii. A tnuu-iid CaiuiiiK iiyss stain th
fuliir. Ine nUls ara crusumt with gl.TJ
aua tti sm-vi ar riotous In raiuliow bu
UTwo bil, turn to (fold. Urcbarils east off
UivU" aidant uiantais and sxiios). their trea
urr of i learning fruit. Tha iiuslnduiaO
forth In th crt-ji ilfiwri anil returua In
tn uwUw twilight ludMi with tba niiw prod'
uttsot bis industry. K Is the tliiio of barvtat
and buoy eontHiit.
1'na rl.ai an- l aliva with sliowws of glit
tsrint l, u e-. mid tun foot rustlrs In glowmc
diirunbi'-n lia lt t.uildad by iu soft
wind. A wi.mj of culm bitppiuvsa and paacv
ful fHli,,w f inia wuu all animate and in-
Amiuata i i wi'm ii (rmJ ttia aouL Lit
wuj w. i tn iivinu f,,r itwlf, yn tbou.h nu
uiura rnwnr.i .tirreil to riolila dawd. Mas
fwls loi iiitiiiiat' kinauip with th Soul of tbe
uuiv.rw m it umniiaatoi U rock or trsa or
dumb amni'ii or fsiiuwuiau. Indiauauulia
"Ihxi't Voo Iara to Tall."
Til It If you wnnt to, but if you, do, doot
for decency's .ai.a any, 'don't tall." Home
wouwn aud niuu will uubosom tbsuiwlvsa to
a frind. UI tll a tula so hair blaachiug and
blood dulling that sv.,n to bav liaUoad to tt
wasapr.,f of irwiuUhip raisit (snutnaasd
most niiituunitnoiw lUrj wU pour Into
your unwilling pr all surtnof wian; parauoai
and (turwi- . iliny will tail you thliurs about
their prn.nr In. wiw-ta tusy have no busl
nsi to lirwu,. ttiov wi',1 braak tbt sanctity
of th boiue.i.f tna.bip,of evarythnujt that
should l Ni.-r-.l-. aii i,le ft,r laying bare
ttw lion. -I -i.t ..f the m.sit secret plata,
tiiav will !. y.iu IU tba fav and Inatnraat
nlne toiialorlnd j ou mrr to "breatba that
to a living wiul."
Colusaal Inipertlueif-e, 1 think this is. Thai
wbieb th. tllr of to an-r-t la Dot fine
anougb, not strong euougb.not brartraoufb
to kts-p to berwlf, a, (Xpert you to obarUb
aud guaiil f. hnr; and to bold clow, to your
braast Ui. -ry tiling, aha earalesalj flinrs to
can w. axpavt tUt others wUI ebar-
tab what w ouraalvsa hold hgbtlTl Kaao It
f" 2"urlf ' you. or trust in th. fr-od
in whmn y.m conlU., aud doo.t towllt b
rt-nit h.-r not to Uill-Louu. K. In ToUdo
l.ril L.iUljila wm i
daugiitar. tlwu any otbar Uauber of
At on. tiiua b. w at a Osmaj watarlng
pksca, and t.k a walk to company with hie
..viiiv wbmum, a
behind loin, gnsed at tb proosaswn,
IMMailll . . . .. , I. . . . .
r" - j ... v.u nruiarsaa la an
too: "Alail boor man "
Lord Loosdai, caugbt tbe words and
"Oh, do, sir, not so poor at you think: 1
tars six other daughters at borne." Tontne'
MMMrisi thm Valnclty mf m Knot.
Buppnsa a wlr to h atretrbmi arroas in
front of the munlvof tha gun, and at a short
distance from It, this wire forming part of a
cowphrta electric circuit, whk-h Includes also
an electric battery and en electro-magnet.
Whew the gun ta Bred this wire will be
broken, tbecircult Interrupted ami the arma
ture of the mairnet rwlMMed the Instant tbe
projactlla reachaa tb wire in Its C.-ht. Now
Imagine a sworul wire strt-U-hed acruaa the
path nf tha shot, at a point loo f-t In front
of tha first one, with a similar aimnionwiit
of hittary, tn. The breitkiu of this aecoud
wire by the flying project ilr n-leaw-s tlie
ai-matura nf the simhkI magnet, and if the
interval of time between tlie ruhe of tlie
two armatur ran ba nVternilneil, t he veloc
ity of tbe prnjMetlle is easily ralculaie.1. If
tbt projectile haa a velocity of i!,0lJ foot par
aacofxl, and the wirea are IUU f.-t aaut, tha
Interval of iiiim will Iw ono-twentieth of a
asrond, and sine it la Dcesmry to know the
velis-tty of the shot to within a few fret per
a-ron.l, an In-irumenl call of mca-wring
Dm tlloe iiiii iul to within the Hvs tKnti
au.lt a part l a s-i,nd K n-iiirrl: and tlie
Instrument imi .t alMirerd its nien-uivinnt,
SUM tha niln. I faniKit evivf., ami miH-b
laas n.te, sin-It a very brief mm-1nI.
TtiMM etating conditions are oniipletely
fuitllleil by tlie eiectrK' chrouottrnpli, an in
tlrutneiit emlaalyiiig the two eU-tm-msg
oeta, togHiher with a rrcnrdm apparatus,
anl the attachniiits for making n-ce lory
adjustments, etc. The armature of the first
OMgiu is an In hi nl about tlinw fnet long,
which fcnii-)M.icd in a vertical putim from
tlie core nf tha nuinet. Tho break inic f I he
Unit wire rehsew this nal, allowing it to fall,
aud when the -.von. I wire Is broken the anna
lure of tlie second elaetro-iiiBitnet , which la
pUcad a short rii-tanca below the IliM, i- also
rebsisail. (leriitHig a wart of knife which
strlkna Ilia ai.le of the falling r.l and niaksa
a cut or indinitatMui, and allows rxm-tly how
far tha rnl iiroppd while tbe shot was part
ing over th- di-uu- butwnen the drat and
second wires, and tha correnpoiKling iuterval
of time la readily computed from known laws
of falling bodiea. Scrtbner'a,
Vaa Tatar r.yea rarwfnlly.
Sit erect In your chair when reading, and
as erect when writing as powitile. If you
bend downward you not only gorge the eyes
with blond, but the brain as well, and both
suffer. The same rule should apply to tbe use
of tha microaisope, Uet one that will enable
you to look at things borixoiitailr.not always
Have a reading lamp for niirht use. N. B.
In reading the light should be on tbe book
or paper and the eyea in tbe slia.la. If too
have no reading lamp turu rour hack to the
light, and you may read without danger to
Uold tbe book at your focus; if tbat begins
to get far away get spectacles.
Avoid reading by tha flickering light of tba
Avoid straining tha eyea by reading In the
Reading In bed is Injurious as a rule. It
must be admitted, however, that In cases of
sleeptswsneas, when tha mind is inclined to
ramble over a thousand thoughts a minute,
reading steadies the thoughts and conduces to
Do not read much in a railway carriage. I
mrsolt always do, however, only in a good
light, and I invariably carry a good reading
lamp to hook on behind me. Thousands of
people would travel by night rather than by
day if the companies could only see their way
to tbe exclusive use of their electric light
Authors should have black ruled paper in
stead of blue, and should never strain theeyea
by reading too One types.
The bedroom blinds should be red or gray.
and the head of tha bed should be toward tbe
Those ladies who not only write, hut sew.
should not attempt tba black scain by night.
When you come to an age that suggests the
wearing of spectacles, lot no falsa modesty
prevent you from getting a pair. If yon have
only one eye, an eyeglass will do; otherwise
it ta folly. Cawaul s ilagaxme.
electricity la Room Lighting.
Tbe encroachment of electricity upon gas
in house lighting la increasing More and
more private reaidencea ore being wired for
and lighted by electricity every dny, and this
is the case more especially in small and grow
ing towns than It is In Inrge cities, l.lttle
towns like Marshall, Tel., Vickslmrg. Una.,
and tlie small towns of the far west are fall
ing into line and availing theuivlraa of every
fresh improvement that will increase the re
turns from Investment ami eulian.-e the worth
aud reliability or tha liht itself. In tbe New
finglaud statea thai condition of things today
obtains to a noticeable extent. Science, com
menting on tbe foregoing, very truly says:
The question now is how to ditribute the
electricity with a fair profit on tba invest
ment. Among the methods making rapid
etrtdee ia that of tbedistrihulionof electricity
by meana of tbe alternating current. The
very type of machine which tha authorities
eousider so dangerous to life will no doubt be
that which will eventually aolve the problem
of unleerssl electric house lighting. Tbe cur
rent ill the outside mains ia of a high press
ureI, 000 volta or tMore, as the ca uia hn.
This current la trauaforinml be means of the
converter to a lower potontiul and carried
iuto houses at the safe and low prewurr of
nnlr ."4)or psj volta.
Two swallows bad built their nest uuJer
the ceiling Inside a carriage house the door of
wbivh was alwiys open. One day the owner,
in order to pravent the fowls from entering,
clo-ed the gates In the abseuce of tbe parent
swallows, who were busily flying atxiut for
food for their little ones in the uest. A trap
d.sir leading to a garner above, the window
of which waa always wide open, had been left
open on purrw to secure an eutrance for the
birds, who presently returned, exuminnd tbe
cracks of the doors aud w indow- of tbe car
riage house, but did not find the new en
train -n Tbe d.ior was tbeu opnurd and shut
after them as soon as they war- m-i. After
a very ile-tl time they found their way out
.This ii tbe trao door and the gurn-r win
dow, but when thev ' am- back agaui tbey
did uol take the niatt.T ipote so calmly. For
a long tiiue they fluttered about before tbey
ventured to fly Into the window and down
through the oen trap door. At the end of
several hours, however, rhey Haw it was the
only wuy to get to their brood and took to it
without any more hesitation The fact that
tbey besttaleU, adds the writer, is significant.
It shows that they ware loth to trust to the
new way Iwfors thev were ure that It was
safe. The lutelligem-e of SwalloMs.
The Nagro In Masaaelitieetts.
A Binton mper resurrw-ts a rather curious
bit of history to show tbat a colored man waa
once elected to office in Massa.'husetta. This
onrurred as far back as 1MO, In the little
town of Town-end. At the town meeting
about tweuty abolitionists held the balance
of power, ami would vote for neither arty
candidate, finally liotu Whigs and liemo
crsta got mod aud uuilad to elect a negro to
the legislature in order to punish the aho
lltkmista. but though elected, the uegro did
kot take bis seat. Public sentiment would
not allow him to do so. Towiiseud went un
represented in the legislature that year, At
We offer one buudred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh tbat cannot be
cured bv taking Hall's catarrh cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co , Props.,
We, tbe undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney fur tbe last fifteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by their
Wrr A Tktj.I, Wholesale druggists,
Wamiiii, Kihrah tV Marvin, Wholesale
druggist. Toledo, O.
E. II. Van Hcrstn, Cashier, Toledo Na-
t lonr I bank. Toledo, O.
UaU't catarrh cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucut
turfacea of tbe tysUtm. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Hold by all druggists.
Dr. K. A. Ounn, M. D, dean and pro
fessor of surgery of the Lni ted States
medical college, editor of the "Medical
Tribune," author of "Gann't New Im
proved Band Book of Hygiene and Do
mestic Medicine," tayt: "Belonging at
I do to a branch of tbe profession which
be lie vet that bo school of medicine
knows all the truth regarding disease,
and being; independent enough to use
any remedy that will help my patients
without reference to the source from
which It comes. I am willing to acknowl
edge and commend thus frankly tbe vols
ue of Warner't Bafe Cure."
"Time it money." If yon have a bad
cold, don't mope around and half do
your work. Get a bottle of Dr. Bull't
Cough Syrup; take ft dot t night and
get tip In the morning cured.
A ROBUST RETORT.
League Compliments tothe Base
REPLY TO THUS LATE MAKirESTO
4 Brief Areeaat ef What Bass Ball Was
as ts flew The Claims ef tha National
League Stated Why the Reserve Rule
Was Aaoptaw The "Coweplratort"
Hauled Over the Coals A Tredlctloa
PatLADKLritiA, Nov. 89 The committee
which was appointed at the recent annual
meeting of tbe National league of profession
al base ball clubs to prepare an address to the
public defining the position of that organiza
tion In the present base ball controversy com
pleted its labors yesterday The committee
roneisred of Vesara A O. ftpalding. of Chi
cago: John B Pay. of New York, and John
I Rogers, of Philadelphia The address is
To the Pt LtC: TbeNational league of pro
feetional bees hall clubs has no apology to
make for Its existence or for its untarnished
record of fourteen yean. It Mauds to-day.
as it has stood during tbat period, sponsor
rot toe nonety and Integrity of professional
bass ball it is to this organization that the
player of today owes the dignity of his
profession and the munificent salary be Is
guaranteed while playing in Its ranks Tbe
good Dame of tbt league has been assailed,
it motives Impugned, aad lta integrity ques
tioned by some of tha very men whom it has
most benefitted Tba League, tberefor,a-k
the public to inspect Its record, and com
pare the following statement of facts with
the selfish and malicious accusations of it as
Rise aad Praaress of the I-eacne.
Tbe document then goes into history, and
states that tbe League was organized in 1S78,
to rescue tbe game from a slough of corruption
that at that time dissipation, dishonesty, and
contract-breaking were rife to what seemed
a hopeless extent; that the Ieague abolished
pool-selling and netting on the grounds. Sun
day playing, and the sale of liquors in base ball
parks, systematized the conduct of the game.
and secured a better class of spectators The
organization waa weak, but it found Itself
confronted with a severe fight at the very
outset. Weak as It wras, it was true to
lta object of elevating tbe game to
a hlghnr plane, and at the end of
the first season expelled two of its strongest
cluhe those at New ark and Philadelphia
for violation of engagements. The season
of 1877 was disastrous financially, and there
were but five cluhe remaining at it end. and
the players in one of these the Louisville
were accused of dLihonexty and selling games.
Again the League met the issue and expelled
the culprits, four players, and has never re
Instated them. For the next three or four
seasons it was simply a struggle for exist
Origin of the "Reserve" Rale.
Tbe addrem then continues: "Finally, as
a check upon competition, tbe weaker clutn
in the League demanded the privilege of re
serving five players who would form tbe nu
cleus of a team for the ensuing season. This
was the origin of the reerve rule,' and from
Its adoption mav be dated the development
of better financial remit. The system of
reserves having proven beneficial both to
clubs and players, tbe reserre lift was in
creased to eleven and then to fourteen, or an
entire team. Under this rule tbe game has
steadily grown in favor, the salaries of play
era have more than trebled, and a higher
degree of skill has bew attained.
The "Male" or Flayers.
"Out of, and as an incident to 'reserva
tion,' arose releases for ecuniary considnra
tiona Tbe right of reservation being con
ceded, the club's claim on the player's con
tinuous services must he of some value. But
except in case of disbanding or retiring
clubs, tbat right has never been transferred
without tbe players co-operation and con
sent, usually at his requeet and for his pe
cuniary emolument In the exceptional case
of disbandment or retirement of a League
club the involuntary transfer of a player to
a new club was the subject of complaint by a
committee of the Brotherhood in Novemlier,
17 But after several hours' conference
with the League committee the former were
obliged to admit that such Involuntary trans
fer was absolutely essential to the welfare, if
not the existence, of the League
That Brotherhood Contract.
"The Brotherhood committee, therefore,
wrote into the contract they had formulated
tbe loth paragraph, by w hich each signing
player expressly concedes such involuntary
transfer of the right of reservation to his
services from his club if it should disband or
lose Its League membership to 'any other
rlub or association.' provided his current sal
ary be not reduced.
"And tbe necewiity for some such power of
preserving tlie circuit of a league, by approx
imately equalizing it playing strength, is
recoguied by tlie new League, which the
sei-edlu; players have temporarily organized :
for they give this extraordinary power of
transferring players, with or witliout consent,
and with or without club dislstndmeut, to a
central tribunal of sixteen directors whose
flat is final
"At the annual meeting of the League In
November, 147, the Brotherhood asked and
received recognition upon the statement of
Its representatives tbat it was organized for
benevolent purposes, and desired to go hand
In -baud with tlie League in percttialing the
gome, increasing it popularity and ele
vating tbe moral standard of its players.
Tbey disavowed any Intention or desire to in
terfere with the business affairs of the
League, tlie salaries of players, or tbe 're
serve rule,' simply asking that the contract
be so revwed tbat it, in iUelf, would indicate
every relation between the club and each in
dividual player. Tlie '3rtbcrbnod con
tract.' when accepted and adopted, has never
Isso viola CM l,y the Lxwxue. eithar in letter
or spirit, and we challenge proof In coutra
diction of this declaration-
Proflts ef the Bnslness.
"To correct a misapprehension in the pub
lic mind as to the alleged 'enormous profits'
divided among stockholders of I .eague cinoa
It may be interesting to know that during
tha last live and only proierous years
there have been paid in ra-h dividends to
stockholders in the eight League clubs, loss
than Siio ooj. and. during the same time,
tbe League players have received in salaries
over $1,600,01X1 Tbe balance of the profits of
the few successful clubs, together with the
original oapitol and miti-tequent asses
ments of stockholders, is represented entirely
In grounds and Improvement for th per
pianent good of the game, costing about
A Blast at the "Conspirators."
Reference ia next mad to the desire of
the Brotherhood for a conference hut sum
mer. The address declares it a mere pretext
and adds that "anticipating and desiring a
refusal to cover the conspiracy which it now
appears was then hatching, they started the
organisation ef a rival association while re
ceiving nxsrt liberal salaries from their em
ploy era. Under the false promise to thair
brother players that they would only pro
ceed In th event of the League refusing
tbem justice, tbey secured the sig
natures of the players to a secret
pledge or oath to desert their
clubs at tbe bidding of their disaffected lead
ers. Upon the publication of their plot, Sept.
?, 1889, tbey and their abettors denied, day
after day, that tie-re was any foundation for
tbe story, and repeatedly plighted their words
that th League abould have a chance to re
dress their alleged grievances before they
would order a 'strike ' How false their prom
ises and pledges, how evasive, contradictory,
and mendacious have been tlieir every act
and deed, from first to last, we leave to ths
readers of the daily and weekly press for
Tbe address concludes with the declaration
that the Brotherhood scheme, being built on
falsehood, will perish; that the National
league will aid its clubs in enforcing con
tractual right, and at tha same time will
continue to develop, elevate and perpetuate
tba "most gka-ious aad honorable sport on the
green earth," which la 187t It rescued from
destruction threatened by the dishonesty and
dissipation of players.
ftalllvaa loalats on ?O.OOv.
B0WTO.V, Mass., Nov. 22. John L. Bullivan,
referring to the California Athletic club's of
fer ef a purse of f 10.000 for a fight between
him and Jackson, tba Anstraliaa negro pugil
ist, said the club had bis offer, and tbe ouly
teem be would fight a negre upon not a
cent leas thaa SU.uuu If tbe club did not
talk quickly he would want more. He would
fight any whit man for $10,000, but tbe stake
must be doubled for a negro. Ha id be: "I
once said I would never fight a colored man,
but tbey seam to think that Jackson It a
world beater, and I am anxioutto show them
just where be belongs."
La tx a. John L. Sullivan now tayt tbat
he will fight Jackson for a $15,000 purse,
winner to take all.
THE TOOK ISLAND
RELATIVES BEFORE DEBTORS.
A Deelstea ef Imwertone to Kutnal Ben-
TntXTOsj, N. J., 'ov. 22. Vice Chancellor
Fleet has fiVsl bis opinion in the case of Su
san Britton vs. the Royal Arcanum, which is
of Import we to mutual benefit insurers.
Tbe suit as to compel payment to Mrs.
Britton on s 13.000 membership certificate of
her deceased eon. When Britton Joined the
society hetssigned hia certificate to R. M.
Bren nan to secure a debt The mother s
name was n A mentioned In the application.
Brennan was described as a cousin, but was
In fact unre ated.
Gionad of th Dee I al on.
The court holds that the object for which
the society va Incorporated being to accu
mulate a fund to be paid to tha dependent
relatives of tbe deceased members, Brennan
bas no clairr on the money. The fact that
the society vas deceived as to Brennan't re
lationship d.x not relieve it from liability,
as tbe deceit did not influence its action In
accepting B Itten as a memlr. The society's
claim that I' cannot recognize a beneficiary
not named ia tbe application Is overruled.
BRINGING IN THE NEGROES.
Indiana Hock Coal Operators Obtain
SOO Colored Miner.
Btuzn., I id., Nov. 23. The block coal op
erators, whose miners have been on strike
here since May I, have arranged for SOU or
more col. ire-1 miners from a southern state to
go to work in their mines at once at the price
against wlih h the miners struck. Orders for
ooal are now slack, but as fast as work can
be given tha colored miners are to come.
The first ins ailment came yesterday.
Will Probably Knd the Strike.
This actio i of the operators w ill probably
end the stril e at the maw meeting to-day,
since the positions will soon Iw filled, and all
on strike wi 1 be crowded out Miners now
at work out lumber the rest of the strikers,
of whom on y about 400 remain out, the rest
of the 3,000 having left and gone to work in
bituminous mines, or accepted the Oierators'
Flayed with Matches and Powder.
PtTTsariu., Nov. !. A special to The
Times from Toronto, O., says: Three boys,
sons of Hugh Dunn, and another hid named
W'halen, we -e injured, two of Dunn's prob
ably fatallv, bv the exploeion of a can of
powder in a coal mine yesterday. One of the
Dunns had n eye blown out and his face
horribly ma tgled, another hnd a hole blown
in his Nxly, so that his bowels are protrud
Ing. The biys were playing with matches
and ignited he powder.
A Minneapolis Mau's Fate.
Port Jeans, N. Y., Nov. 22. A man
found drowt.ed in tbe Delaware and Hudson
canal at Bo ton Basin about one week ago.
bas been ideitified as Peter O. BaftVrding. a
wealthy German, of Minneapolis, Minn. He
let his home through family difficulties, and
started for -Luxemburg, Germany. Heevi
dently became demented and got off the
train at Port Jervts, and wandered to where
his body wa- found.
Heavy Hank Failure at Pittsburg.
PTTTSBfBf -, Nov. 2i The Lawrence bank.
until recently considered one of tbe city's
ttanchest fi nancial institutions, closed its
doors yesterday with liabilities reaching
nearly $750,000. The bank bas been weak
for some t me, and its president, W.
Young, says he has all bis money in the en
terprise, and bas lost it all. The assets, how
ever, will pr ibably pay the liabilities
North Dakota Has One Senator.
Bismarck N. D., Nov 22 Gilbert A.
Pierce was f . rmally elected a United Statea
senator for I orth Dakota at the joint session
of the house uid senate yesterday. As soon
as tbe joint assembly dissolved, the Johnson
men in tbe b Mise attempted to force a vote
for tbe seeoiid senator, but a motion to ad
Journ prevai ed by a vote of 82 to HO
Fewdeity Ready To Be Arrested.
Atlaxta, 3a., Nov. 22. Grand Maxtor
Workman Ti wderly says he is not disturbed
by the report that he will be arrested on his
reiurn to Pit sburg. He goes from Atlanta
to Scranton. his home, and he says they can
inwt him t nfe if they want to He lest
Failure ef a Mauwfactarins; Ftraa.
TVoRi-KsTta, Mass., Not 2i The Crane
Waters M inufacturing company, of Mil
bury, with a capital of t"i,.VK), is reported as
having failed They are engaged in tbe man
ufacture of t osiery. Tbe liabilities are not
given. The mill has shut down.
Iedl--ated ta the Norsemen.
Boktos, Nov. 22. The new tower erected
by Prof isaior R. N. Horsf ord, on the supposed
site of tlie an -lent Norse city of Nurunibega,
at the junct on of Stoney brook and tba
Charles river in Water-town, was dedicated
Killed by a Frematare F.xptost
Ai.i.- imw i .ii, . at.
i a., nov. ax. a premature
explosion of s blast occurred in a stone
rv near CataiauQua Yesterday, killing
lam Hogh and Frank Burger. Tbe hodn
lioth men wet shookingly mutilated.
hleaga Flayers dob.
says he has signed the follow
ing men to pu
Duffv. Ed N
y with the Chicago Players'
gue club next season: Hugh
. Williamson, John C Tenor'
Charley Farrell, James Kvan,
M. E. Bsldwin, Charles King,
iu, W A Latham, an 1 N F
Not Adnil ted to the International.
Detboit, luh. Nov 22. Tbe announce
ment male last night tbat at Wednesday's
meeting of the International association Sag
inaw and Grand ftapids wen admitted was
incorrect Their petitions for the franchie
were referred 'o a tpe il committee which
will report St tbe meeting in Toronto in
Getting New Nn for the t-eaa;-
EvA.-stviLLi:, Ind.. Nov 23. Ted Sullivan
was here yesterday and signed Hemp, tbe
brilliant little center-fielder of Inst year's
Evansville teun, for the National league
Sullivan has also signed Kbines and Harnng
ton, of tbe Ds venjwrt, and Daniels, Kit ter
idge and Laro ue, of the (Juiucys.
Connors Wins a Wrestling .llalch.
On aha, Nov. tf-.'. The wrestling match be
tween Tom Connors, champion of America,
and A If Greater, of England, was won by
Connors hut night, who took three out of
FORMED A TRAFFIC ALLIANCE.
The Santa F anil the Rock Island Com
blue le Flsrht a Combine.
CmcAoo, Nov. Tlie Herald says the
Atchison, Top. ka and Haul Fe system and
tbe Chicago, Bock Kland and Pacific mil
road have fori led ariose traffic agreement,
designed to of set the Union Pacific and
Northwestern wmbiue. The contract, which
it is understfod will run for ninety-nine
years, became effective yesterday, and pro
vides tbat a new transcontinental route shall
be formed, to le known as tbe Atchison and
Rock Island lit a.
The alliance is both offensive and defen
sive and both I net agree to stand shoulder to
shoulder again t all rivals. President Cable,
of tbe Rock Island, admitted tbe formation
of the alliance and said he regarded it at a
stronger agrwment in every way than the
Chicago and Northwestern-Union Pacific
Iss Victims of Rabies.
M arbi.eheaii, Mass., Nov . John R.
Williams, about 33 years old, was taken vio
lently ill Wednwday with hydrophobia, and
died yestenlay -norning, after suffering terri
bl agony A ;-oung son or William A. Bell
was also attacked by tbe disease Wednesday.
The boy was al v yesterday, but cannot re
cover Wllllai is was bitteu by a maddog
two moths ago, and the boy about six weeks
ago The same dog that bit Williams also
bit hia brother end several other persons, but
tbey hare not ..bowii any symptoms of th
malady as vet.
Pesaaod Free Colnaa-e ef silver.
Salt LAKt, V. T., Not. 23. The Ore Pro
ducers' convent an here finished lta labor by
adopting an aJdreee demanding the free
coinage of silver, the repeal ef the Bland law,
and the issue of silver certificate on depesths
of silver bullion
A Millionaire Hhet fcy a Peaeher.
BosTOit, Mass., Nov. 23. Edward "'Cun
ningham, a mil km air resident of Hilton,
waa shot and d tngerously wounded yester
day afternoon by an Italian poocber whom
he had ordered from bia p realises. The
Cvoluted late Harbor Agatsu
pRovixcrrow Mass., Nov. 22. The
squadron of evt lotion anchored ia this har
bor Thursday at 8:30 far tbe night, tbe
weather being thick and the run to Boston
somewhat haxtrdout at night in such
AUG US. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER SW. 1889.
(JO SLOW, SENATOR,
Said the Pan-Americans to Col.
A WELCOME THAT WAS TOO HA8TY
To Suit the Deliberate Sontbernera A
Reaotntlnn of Oreetlng to the Republic of
Brazil Laid Over to Think Aboar Sen
ator Henderson's Vigorous Speech la
Behalf of Ills Proposition Interesting
Episode In th International Congress
Ofltelal ws Kote.
Warhinotos Cttt. Nov. 88. As soon as
business waa fairly started in tbe Pan
American congress yesterdsy, Secretary
Blaine vacated the chair and Dr Guzman, of
Nicaragua, took bis place as presiding officer.
Discumion of the rules was soon interrupted
by the appearance of Dr. Valente, tbe Bra
zilian minister, and also a delegate to tbe
conference, w ho announced that he and his
colleagues were ready to take their seat in
the conference and submit their credential
from the republic of Brazil.
A Sort of Informal Recognition.
At this Mr. Henderson arose and proposed
the passage of the following resolution:
"That this conference joyfully elcotnes
the United Statos of Brazil Into the Mter
h-iod of American republics."
Tlie delegate from Colombia and Sau Sal
vador thought the proposition premature.
Senor Romero, the Mexican minister aud del
egat from Mexico, moved to lay It on tb
table. This lirought Mr. Henderson to his
feet again. The colonel said be supposed the
Brazilian delegates bad authority to act for
the republic of Brazil, and continued:
"The motion to lay the resolution on the
tablo is not dehatable, and I don't wish to
ay anything except by way of personal ex
planation. 1 offered there solution without oon
lulting with my colleagues from the United
States, because I saw the gentlemen from
Brazil here, and supposed they had authority
to art for the republic of Brazil."
Hail to All Republics.
Here the Senator was interrupted by Senor
Vulente, who said the delegates from Bra
zil had jut presented their credentials from
the republic. Mr. Henderson then continued
"If tlutt he the case, then, Mr. Presidentthat
completes th circle of American republics.
We have no differences here. We are all
republicans. I m sorry that any of my
friends who represent other government
should be placed in any emharrassing atti
tude regarding this matter. So far as I am
individually concerned, I should hail with
equal pleasure the announcement that
Spain, or England, or Russia, or any other
European nation hod adopted a republican
government To me all places are proper
and all times convenient for the enunciation
of my faith in republican institutions. I am
not afraid to announce it now and here, and
I am only sorry that any representative of a
republic must hesitate to give the announce
ment his most cordial approval. In this case
1 see especial cause for action.
tVnalri Testify to His rtth.
If I understand the situation in Brazil, the
revolution is complete and perfect and better
than all, it has been carried to success with
out blood, but with the united voice of the
people. It is now on accomplished fact the
greatest and the most tneficent of all
achievements of the kind on this continent
Tb change of government in ail other coses
on this hemisphere have been attended with
long and bloody struggles, in tbt case of
Brazil the republic comet full formed, pledged
to tbe observance of contracts, the preserva
tion of law and order, and tbe protection of
civil and political rights. Sy proposition is
that at tliis moment of time, when the Bra
zilian delegates have returned to us bearing
the credentials of their republic, when every
delegate here represents a free people, we
promptly testify to our Joy and give new ev
idence of the faith which animates us as re
publicans. No Time Like th Present.
"Do we honestly believe in our govern
ments? Do we believe that republican in
stitutions best subserve the welfare and hap
piness of the people? Would it bring us real
joy that the people under other forms of
government should join us in the experiment
which we have by the bleseingof Providence,
carried to suocess on this continent! If so
we dare not hesitate when a great move
ment like this shall be made. Our sympa
thies will not be needed after Brazilian pa
triots shall have made their government as
strong as ours. They need the words of en
couragement now. If we have faith in our
own professions we shall not hesitate.
Would Catrh It Coming or Going.
"If the revolution be an accomplished fact,
our declaration of sympathy is due to Brazil,
and cannot harm us. If the movement be
weak, it it nevertbehNS in the right direction.
It ha no stain of blood on it skirts. It points
to nx re beneficent institutions. It promisee
larger !il-rty. It promises government of
the people, by and fur the people; and now it
the time to give this simple approval, which
may bring happiness to untold millions in
tlie future. In such struggles I am against
the favored few, aud in favor of the masses;
and in my judgment there are no occasions
when a disrlaration of that fact can bring
harm to man.
Stands by His Resolution.
"I cannot withdraw the resolution. If
others resist it they most take the responsi
bility. It is, thank God, the expression of my
own heart I do welcome the coming of
Brazil, and w ith eUal joy I should welcome
tlie coming of all others. The declaration is
commendable in an assembly of republicans.
For myself I am willing to proclaim it
wherever I may be whether at home or
abroad, w hether in field or forest, w hether
as a private citizen or a member of this in
Thuucltt It a Little I'rrtlons.
The scimt.ir was destined to dnapiomt-
ment however, for alter wmie further ex.-
preasloo of views from different delegates
favoring postponement the motion to lay oa
the table prevailed, only Uruguay and Vene
zuela voting against it. They thought there
would be plenty of time to congratulate the
new republic later.
Tbe business of the seesi. in was all of a
Kept the Oltiee lu tbe Katully.
Washinotox Citt, 'ov. 23. The New
York special announcing that the president
had determined to appoint Mrs. William Caa
alus Uoodlue to the office of internal revenue
collector, which her husband held at the time
of his death, was evidently wrong, as yester
day Thomas I Inv McDowell was appointed
to the place. However, be is Mrs. Ooodloe's
on in law. Other apitointmentsw-ere: David
B. Miller, marshal, and Lewis Miles, attor
ney of the I n i ted Btates, for the southern
district of Iowa. Postmasters: Illinois W
M. (leach, Abingdon; Roland J. Bcatty, Dei
st an. Michigan H. O. Call, Mason.
Noble aud the Re-Kated Case.
WahuinoTo Citt, Nov. 22. Secretary
Koble k considering the re-rated cases in tbe
pension oflioe, and with Assistant Attorney
Hhields is gouig over tbe law concerning pen
sion legislation with a view to demanding a
return of the money which was illegally paid
in these re-rated cases. The secretary, it is
said, has about concluded that the law gives
bim abundant powers in the premises, and
that be can collect money Illegally paid to
persons wno still remain in th employ of tbe
government. Where they refuse to return
the money received in the re-rated cases the
secretary, it is said, proposes to take sum
Onr Armored Wavy.
Washinotox Citt, Nov. 24 Commodore
Wilson, chief of th naval bureau of con
struction and repair, in hi annual report to
herretary Tracy, says tbat with th comple
tion of the vessels now building and appro
priated for, the United Htate will possess
ten armored vessels, thirteen single turreted
monitors, twenty -one steel cruisers, or gun
boats, two dynamite cruisers, a practice
cruiser ror cadets, an armored ram, one first
class torpedo boat and seven iron steamers
He Did the Best He Cos Id.
Washinotox Cut, Nov.22. Commissioner
Groff has refused to cancel the timber culture
entry of George 8 Williamson in th Bloom
ington. Neb., district, for alleged failure to
comply with the law. The evidence shows
tbat there are no trees growing on tbe tract.
but it further shows that be endeavored to
comply with tbe law, and several times
planted either tree or tree seed, and each
time tbey were destroyed either by drought
or by buga
Ho Klo-hta- Nephew Over Her.
Washioto Citt, Nov. 22. Hoa Robert
P. Portor. superintendent of tbe census, pre
sented to tbe president yesterday James
Brown, one of the leading manufacturers of
Tyrone county, Ireland. Mr. Brown is a
personal friend of Mr. Gladstone. He is mak
fcig hit first visit to America, although h can
claim to be uncle to eighty residents of this
country. One ot fait nephews ia Hon. Henry
Oliver, of Pitttborc
STOLE THE ESTATE.
Disgraceful Cause of Robert H.
HE BOBS A WIDOW AHD CKFHANS.
A Deliberate Piece ef Villainy and Hew
It Was Perpetrated Th Crania Case
Tat Defease Proves at Alibi for Dlnsa's
Horse A Wicked Boston Clergyman's
Inrataettoa and Fall A Three-Tear-Old
Child Burled Alls by a Idiot.
8t Lours, Nov 22 The motive for the
suicide of Robt H. Payne, a promising young
St Louis business man who put a bullet
through hit head in a Jersey City hotel on
Oct. 10, is no longer a mystery He was
wealthy and apparently successful in busi
ness A few days after ths suicide it was
discovered that hi fortune of llOO.ouO bad
had been lost. Mr. Payne was administrator
of tlie Payne estate, tlie property of five
minor heirs, the children of his brother, and
their estate was worth 175,000. W. N Rut
ledge yesterday completed an Investigation
begun a month ago, and announces that the
entire estate has been stolen and swamped in
Payne's Scoundrelly Operations
The manner in which Payne got possession
of tbe estate is this: He filed iu the probate
court petitions from all the heirs tskiug for a
partition ak Th court ordered tbe sale,
and appointed Rochester Fol d, Payne's part
ner, .ecial commissioner. Payne repre
sented himself as attorney for the heirs, and
bought the entire estate from the special com
missioner for 4oMrM), about half what it was
worth. Then, instead of paying the money
into court, he secured an order tbat the spe
ciel commissioner pay the money over pro
rata to the heirs. Not a dollar was paid to
the special commissioner and not a dollar to
the heirs, and Payne had the property in hi
How He Dissipated the Estate.
He then secured a loan of (40,000 on the
property, gave a second deed of trust for
t'S.000, secured loans from local banks
amounting to 112,000, and lost tbe entire
boodle in speculation. He invested (40,000 in
the dime-in-the-slot opera glass business, and
when that enterprise fell flat he went to New
York and killed himself. The widow and
(100,000 they were penniless. They did not
five children learned for the tirrt time last
night tbat instead of having a fortune of
know that the sale bad taken placa.
AN ALIBI EXTRAORDINARY
A Witness la the Crania Case Swears It
Was Not Dinan's Horse.
Chicago, Nov. 22. The defense in the
Cronin case seem to have on band a well
selected etock of alibis. The effort in this
direction yesterday was to prove an alibi for
Dinan't white horse. The witness, Louis
Budenbender, swore that be bad been to tha
Dime museum Tuesday and examined the
white horse which is on exhibition there and
which, as Dinan himself swore, just
previously, is the white horse that Dad
Coughlin ordered and which was taken from
Dinan's stable on the evening of Hay 4.
Budenbender then testified that he wot on
the street opposite Dr. Cronin s office that
evening and saw the horse and buggy in
which Dr. Cronin was driven away. He saw
the doctor come out of hit office hurriedly
and get into the buggy and saw it driven
away oat Clark street A man met the doc
tor at the door (not the driver of the horse)
and engaged him in conversation for perhaps
five minutes, the doctor the while going to
ward and getting into the buggy. The
horse was not Dinan's horse; it was
a speckled gray. Sensation. After
making the point that although the doctor
was in a big hurry h still spent five minutes
talking to tbe third man, the prosecution had
the witness subpoenaed for its side of the case
Tbe other testimony taken was that of ex
pert microscopista. Professor Marshall D.
Ewell, Dr. tt M. Mover and Dr. Lester Cur
tis, all experts.swore that there was no known
test by which the difference ls?teen human
hair or blood and that of horses or do
could be detected. This closed the session
A CLERGYMAN'S DOWNFALL.
He Leaves Hoane. Wile and 1 1 ieuds for a
Mesieaa foiled Dove.
Sax Fhaxcisco, Nov. 22. Rev. C. Hudson
Smith is here in company with Mis Willa
mette Carlisle, a former inmate of a disrep
utable house. It was their intention to tail
for China yesterday, but Smith says his plans
have been changed. Smith says that when
he left Boston be turned his back on friends
and church for good, and w ill no longer be
known as Charles H. Huiith. He intends to
leave tbe United States, but is undecided
where be will go.
Objects I tt Ife aad .Mother-la-Law.
He said be left home becaue his w ife was
too spiritual, bis niother-in-htw unconquered,
and he frit tliat he was fitted for a more
worldly calling than that of the niiniotry.
Tbe woman, wbo is a pretty Mexican of 20
years, had little to say except that she loved
Smith, would marry him, and would go
with him to the end of the world. The ex
minister has lavished nearly all his money
and jewels on her He now has about f-VXI,
and on this tne pair will start on together.
Trusted a Raaral K0 OOO Worth.
Sam FraNciscj, Oil., Nov 22 Charles
Montgomery, us iter of the American Ex
change hotel, this city, and noted for chart
tabl work, announces that he has twen tw in
died out of f -ill.uoo and is forced to make an
alignment Tbe swiudler is one E. Glen
cross Grant, who induced Montgomery to
go into a farm implement scheu-.e Grant
bas disappeared. Montgomery's aswt.
13I4.0U0. liabilities. (220,000.
Killed His Hi-other with a Knit.
New York, Nov 22. Reuben E. Sammis,
a colored boy. yesterday pleaded guilty to
manslaughter in the first degree. Tbe plea
was accepted. Reuben killed his brother
Tobias in a quarrel by stabbing bim w ith a
penknife. He said his brother had for years
treated him brutally, and on the occasion of
the homicide had precipitated a band-to-hand
conflict by hurling a lamp at the prisoner
Dos't Let This Dastard Get Away.
Nw York, Nov. 22 Mrs Pauline
Cowk-k, a young Jewess, was shot and prob
ably fatally wounded lost night by Oeorgs
Chiningo, an Italian laborer, w bo bad court
ed her a year ago, and had persisted in ask
ing her to live with him ever since. Though
she had separated from Cowick, she repulsed
Chiningo s adv
Horrlble Crime of a Half Idiot.
WimotTH, Mass., Nov. 22. Walter P.
Prey, aged 22, a half-idiot, killed tbe 3-year-old
eon of Philip Fhjher yesterday morning
by burying him olive in a yard. Prey him
self told of the deed and showed where the
body was buried. Tbe corpse was exhumed
A Roman Catholic Priest Missing.
SpRiKortELO. Uls., Nov 22. Father Dan
iel J. Ryan, pastor of St Joseph's Roman
Catholic church, of this city, is mysteriously
missing Tb last known of bim he boarded
a Chicago and Alton train at Sherman, a few
miles from here The fear is expressed that
be bas become insane, as he bas been in rather
feeble health for some time.
Increase of Wages at Reading.
Riaoino, Pa , Nov. 22. Notices have been
posted In all the mills of tbe Glasgow Iron
company announcing an increase in the
wages of puddlers of 25 cents a ton. Wages
of all other employes will he corresponding
ly increased. The standard price of pud
dlers' wages in the Schuylkill valley Is uow
3.75 per ton.
An Indiana Es-Omcla! Suicides.
Jasper, led., Nov 22 James Spurlock,
ex -treasurer of Dubois county. Indiana, com
mitted suicide yesterday morning by cutting
his throat with a razor He had met with
heavy financial toases, and was behind sev
eral thousand dollars in settlement with the
Th Trial of the Kavosaa Rioters.
Baltimorjc, Nov 2i At the trial of tha
Navassa Island rioters yesterday Superin
tendent Smith, of the work on the island, de
nied tlie assertions that th negroes were
treated cruelly, although he admitted the
banging of men up by the thumb
Hwrrleame la North Carol!.
rHiiumi, N. C, Nv. 83. A hurricane
passed over a portion of this state yesterday,
dolus; oonsldrabl damage. A pulp mill at
Newborn was blown down aad two employes
The BraaUiaa Parliament.
R SI JajiKiao, tvev. S8. The Brazilian
Isv-llanieTi. dr the new government, will
e W rJoosmbar to electa president
Latest Styles and the moat
lace Curtain Stretchers!
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EXPLOSION F NATURAL GAS.
A Well Nrar Washington, Illinois, El
plodes Five Men Burned.
Bloomingtos, Ills., Nov. 22. A terrific
explosion of natural gas occurred yesterday
afternoon near Washington, IDs.. Two men
had bored a well .prospecting for natural gas,
and a large vein was struck. A crowd bad
gathered at the well to witness an Illumina
tion. The careless lighting ef a match caused
a premature explosion, burning very serious
ly five men. The men injured wei-e the two
prospectors, whose names are not learted;
Henry Denhart, Rev. Smith and J. B. Sny
der It is thought some of them are injured
internally and will die.
Jefferson Davis is recoverin j from his re
The Lawrence bank, of Pittsburg, Pa., sus
pended payment Thursday.
Universal suffrage bas been proclaimed in
Brazil by the new republic.
Jay Gould has subscribed $35,000 to the
Xew York World's fair fund.
The Fat Stock show at Chicago closed
Thursday. It was a success in every respect.
Mrs. Emrich, wife of Hanry Emrich, editor
of The Galburg, J1U., Plain Dealer, died
early Thursday morning t typhoid fever.
An unknown vessel went abhors early
Thursday morning at Kew Bedford, Mass.,
and broke up All bands are scpfbsed to be
In a dispatch recording his arrival at
Mpwapa, Henry M. (Stanley announces that
he has discovered on extension of Lake
In a speech at Truro, Thursday, William
Henry Smith, tirt lord of the British treas
ury, expressed the hope that local govern
ment would soon be extended to Ireland.
From S to 11 a. m. Thursday Chios go was
in gloom, a dense cloud settling down on the
city and obscuring things so that lamps aad
gas had to be used in the houses and the gas
in the streets.
Senator W. V. Washburn has arrived in
MinneaKlis from England and says the
Pillsbury mills have been sold to ths En
glish syndicate, and that it will be a big
thing for Minneapolis.
Four of the bodies recently unearthed at
Pierre. 8. D , have been identified ss Lieut
Edward Donnelly, Corporal S. W. Chandler
and Privates S. S. Forman and Peter Mo
Kinney. all of the United States array.
A convention of pnper makers met at
Springfield, Mav , Thursday and resolve,! to
close the mil! three days at Thanksgiving
and nine days at Christmas, besides apoint
ing a ronimitte? to con-iiier a further closing
op to July.
C'harli-s Murmu nn.l Tliomas White were
anWrd by tlie i'liiciu ' l"'a.'i Thursday for
priie lighting Tln-y Iri i l iht tiity -seven
rounds in ilie prrts-iu-e t u art of 200
spnrt in Hyde Park for a purse of tloO.
White had a little the IkM of it.
Xetieinish EViim. w bo oined the army ia
101 in -NVs York state, was aiippose-1 t
have beeu killed ami his w ife i-nioved ts
Michigan. After all these years the coup'e
have just lwi reunited through the supposed
widow's application for a penio!i.
The Pentecost Iwnd of faith healers are
gettinjr the citizens uuar I'ainnrpo nnd
Hindsboro. Ills. . down on them for enticing
young girls away from home. Some of the
girls have died throuph U.cfc of projer medi
cal atteudmi , the Pentecosters trusting in
"mrAOO. Not. 21.
Quotations on tl.a hosr I nf trade to-day
were as fo.lo.v N h nt - No. s Novmr.
oorned , rutsed sr: liocember, cp-ned
and closed tic .May. (.pm-il and ciosed
tv.t'-. t'otn-Xn. NureinlM-r. opene-l -Kite.
dsd S-Mic: Le emljr. opened ii closed
a'a-4": .Vny. om ne.l .1 H-br. r im4
Oals No. -i November, upenrd , cnxd
-'le; leemier. ojwik-.I ami r1ord
Way. opt ncJ ii-'w. le I 4-! -. l orn
November, op ne.l t-t0. tioeed $ KR;
year. oi-iiel l"-d .J5; January,
opened clo-e.l f .45 Lard Nora in ber,
opened t.- T). t- osed Ml 1 1.
Live stock f'o. lowing were tbe quotations
at the t nion arocW yards: Hor Marset
opens 1 rather active and firm, with pricecftc
higher. 1st. r. 11JI a. ni.. weak and slow,
prices 5c Ion-en liitbt grades. V1.7(Svl.0:
rou.-h lacing. I ?.6o.l.Tfc mixed lota, S3.70
Q3 , heavy p-tckin,' and thipptnc Int. $t.7u
ifta so. Cattle-Inferior to fair brteds. Hi Hi
food to rhnit-e. H.o itfa,taus7&.e;
cows, l.s$.. stoikars and feeders. ai.isj
-.l-a. 8herp Varitet steady; native, SH-lsV
if: wealeru. S3JTSI.I; lambs, 4.60A.4.
iToduce: Buttr-i-Kney Elfin creamery,
6aVc per lb. finest dairy. l'lc; parking
stock. Kfifs-Mrictlr fresh: ti&JJ
par doic lr houad, i;(Jl-c f.tv poultry
Hens. SHQHc per llK turkeys, fttil'W; ducks, On;
geese, JO.jOJI.ii per do. 1'oiatoes Beauty
of Hebron, MiurUe per bn on track; common
and mixed lots, ljtV2c App ea Cood to
fancy, 1 ja(i.Vl par bbL Crauoerries Wis
consin, aa.Ou4jT.74 per bbL
New Von a. Nov. XI.
Wheat No. t red winter cash, asja; do
December, 44c: do January, Sftc Cera
No. i mixed cash. UVo; do December,
ZJije: do January. 4lyc. Oata-Pnll but
steady. No. mixed cash, 2Hftl4C: do
December. S&4o; do January, Stotte, Hye
Dull. Uarley Nominal. Pork Dull; mess,
Sll.2V311.tM for Inspected. Lard-DulU No
vember. te.H; January, to..
Live Ktork: Cattle No tradlna; la beeves;
dressed beef, dnll and unchanged. Mieep and
Lamb Firm at former prices; sheep, SxjlKtm
V t; lambs, &Mp?V. Ilom-Ne important
change in values; live bogs, M!(fi-4. ? llJ s.
Hay Cpland pratrte, (6 00
Ray Tfnwuiy new fttOU.
Hay-Wild, 15.0U5 511 .
Oora oldr2S0c; New )63c.
Potatnes la. Mc
noel 8nfi Us: haid at. 00
Cxd Woo Oak, (.; Hickory, x
Pntnptl aad aaatlr executed
Ith 4a ct Jot
attractive prices combined make
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tbat has comfort ? Tf Bo, we have the Celebrated
1G22 SECOITD .AVIE IsrUE!,
STOVES AND RANGES
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal.
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coal.
The latest design of the long series of ALADDIN Stovet. Toil it beautiful in
its ornamentation, novel in mnv of ita feat
sure and examine thin move aad learn its
till n Atkosi
uu J as vj s r l U XT I
I ha VP nf rniiNP a snnttlv nf tVia ri.1uKsa(A,1 T ilTTVri mra ts.
--. r . j . w vn..
so popular that ii is being copied hh far
don't be deceived buy the Round Oak
su. .mifc gwinia as wen hh omcr
Cor. Third avenue
SPECIAL SALE AT
1605 Second Avenue.
200 Muffs at 45c worth 75c. 100 Muffs at 6Tc worth $1.25.
Heaver, Sea!, Monkej Oppossura Muffa and Sett8, goiDg
cheap at this Special sale. Fur Trimmings in all
widths and kinds. Fur work of all kinda guaranteed fi rst class
Sign of the Red Glofe. west of Market Square.
FOR BSFJICrAST, IUHCH, DINNER, AND ALL TIMES.
THE HEALTHIEST AND THE BEST.
Paris Exposition, 1SS9 I 2StSD.;SiI2-
ONCE USED, NEVER WITHOUT IT.
ASK FOR YELLOW WRAPPER.
ror Hale F.verrwher.
JtRAXCIl HOUSE. UXIOX
New ami fulls equipped. N,.w furnisblncs throughout. Will coou.etr
with any. Send foi circulars.
TrmoN:-Four months, tC5; Six months. 35; Nine months. $50
Addret C. W. FENN. Rock Island, lilt
A. J. SMITH & SON,
FULL LINE OF
Mantles, Tiles and
Now ready for Tour Insnection. Call and aea 011
ready for your Inspection.
compare our prices before bujing.
i. J. SUITH 6 SOI,
125 and 127 Weal Third Street, Opp. Masonic Tample, DAVENPORT.
trade a great success at the
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
good poiuts for after seeing it tou will
".a.., "viti vaaii. i uia nil uctu
as tbey dare oy unecrupulouB parties, but
made by P. D. Reckwith. I am the so'.e
nesiraoie goons. Hardware, etc.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
and Twentieth St., Rock Island
SQUARE. XEIV YORK'.
Call and aea our assortment and
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