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THK DAILY AKGUS
JOHN W OJ5"j
RAtrut. NovitMi. 83. I8S9.
Tn rili tor of tbr Vwt. prohibition
oro, cUlm to have in ul poaloa
M botilaof wine procured from the Mor
' rumshop "
IT U whispered lbt O F. Berrf Ui
ulrtion for a sest in rongrr. Goal'
blunder In the iliaiributloa of l bo spoil
n made bint mnt menne in bit part,
and to filing I (trowing that he akould
retire. Berry und"rstn1 the ltntioe
etirely, end i tMivrrin letlnrr
end put In dj nihin(f himself IM
Wttn lb "boy ." AlcJo Drmorrat
TT Veteran democrat, T. 8
Pervin.of CnUr Rtpi.M, ia et work on a
plan to gather t ijtf iln r t li e old time dens
nrrats of tbr stale who voted for Stephen
llrmstee I, the lint democratic governor,
10 !"" Mr IVvin will try to get the
vttertit t" at'.n.I In l''ly. the lnaii
ii r lion of i..v r!crt Doies and assist la
that eventful crremonj of state, lie h
written to ll.r prominent veterans
throughout the tate, and the movement
! lng rernved everywhere wtth inibu
lam Meataaa Itrasarrala w III Vt la.
?rm tlie fallowing Helena telegram
to tbc Clilrso 7iAif,it Is pretty evident
that the Montana republicans have little
hone of being side to consummate tbelr
projected steal of two United States sen
.tors, and are preparing to errepl the In
evitable final democratic sueccs:
Two-tl.ir.ls of the democratic member
of the legislature have arrived here, and
In a secret caucus have practically de
elded on a Iido of action. It baa been
concluded that it would he playing dl
recily into the baoil of the re
publican! to elect two democratic
enators wi:h the aid of the crh
tested Silver How delegation, aa tbe re
publican have arranged to organize tbe
lower boiie, and. aeni two republican
eenators t.i Waahington. Of course
In a contest before tbe republi
can I'mid State senate, the republi-
ran would be admittt'd. There is a
point. however, at which tbe democrat
can atria and win, and this they intend
to do. The date senate la a lie, there
brin eiiiht member of each party In it.
Counting the Silver How delegation the
house stands twenty eight demncrata and
tweotvml republican. Throwing out
tbe Silver Biw delegation the vote of the
houe will be republican tnirty-on and
democrat twenty-tbree. The bouae
will be organized one by each party, and
each m ill claim to be able to do buaineas
U'caune of a quorum. There will be but
one tenate, however, and the republican
will oruaoir.e It through the deciding vote
of the lieutenant governor, lint on the
ijueation of the election ofat'nited State
venator the lieutenant governor ha no
vote. and by refrainiii? f rom voting on ire
alor the democrat can prever t a quorum.
.Jhn will produce a deadlock, whirl
the democrat will keep up from Hay a
day for ninety day, beyond which time
the legUlature cannot legallv nil. Uov.
Toole will then appoint two democratic
aenalora, who will go to Washington
with InconU'Ktable ct-rtiliraie It I tald
Oov Toole km eiprecd a willingne to
appoint tbe democratic caucu nomineea.
The republican have been made aware
of tbe K heme, but rtpreaied tbe beli f
that Krne 1eniTrt will be found willing
to break the dea.ll.x k m exchange for a
pmmie of aid in getting through er
aonal legllatHn. All rtof rumor are
afloat, line i to the effect that If the
deadlock can be broken in no other way
the republican will force !t by allowing
tbe drmN re' to aelect one arnator. Tbe
outlook tonight I that tbe democratic
nominee will be Ilituaer and ('lurk anil
tbe republican nominee Sander and a
t.tK'.tL ()T1( E"i.
"Tlie Wliv." Ivenn'rt. ran fit any
rd mn in overcoat anil mit
A. I II itfwtncr. real ette and inur
ance atf. nt. nrtlce No Irti'" Secoml ave
Due, H, k Nland
It Will cil ri llinn ilivri'0t
you to get a g I uvereoii! if Toll get It
at tbe Why." Ivenp.rt
The Oiwn d.iiing ball, No 1 TtiH S-c-nd
avenue, l now r- t.ly to furnixh you
the N't meal in the city fur !." cent.
Thoe tliacktJl ri.rmall favor will be
doubly thnkf.il for the big hrin in
overcoat ut the "Why." IlaVrnpurt.
Buy Mercer county coal f-f K. IS Mc
KTown at hi new mnl yard ctrier of
"ifteenth pireit and Firl avenue.
Wanted A good Cook, wn'tn-r and
ironer. KnTiire f Mr L'. M Whiffln,
two door eit of the Auguitaoa college.
Tie fkatirg rii k will be o.en on tbe
afternoon anil evening of Thanksgiving
Jay. Thurtav, Novi mlM r, js Oomt
luunic in aitend'ttiee.
Tbeto(ai inauranre company, of Eng
land, tot the Urgent Mi-plu of any fire
Inauranre cniphnv in ihe worhi. A. D.
liuesing. agent, office No. liifl Second
avenue. KiK k Inland.
V),im to loan on real enta'ti oi urity,
r aum of $' an I upwir.l at lowet
current rate of mierent. wii,...,t cmn
Btlamon. K W. Ilurt A't..rney at
law. Hi k I.land.
E E. I'atmeMer. ati,.rin y ai taw.
Make collet tiiin. loan money and wd!
attend to any legal bunne intniMted to
him. i itflie. p(4toffi,.e 1,1. m k. ICix kl!-
ou. iok il,twly
Mixlra Hod For 11
On monthly lritl!iiiriil by Uiiyer A
lrtb labcork. IBtlt.
No. 17 a 4 Second avenue. Special atten
lion paid to eaving the natural t-elh and
inwrtitig teeth without plate.
Fourteen dry Ion on four year time,
wub til percent per annum, to any one
wifhlLg In build tbi auinmer.
Isrety on Bnnit.
Tboe bo are required to give bondi
in pmition of truit. and who deaire to
avoid tiiking friend to become tbelr
uretie. or who my wib to relieve
friends from further obligation a lmd
man. ehould apply to the agent of tbe
American Surety Co., of New York.
Genera! Insurance Agent,
Hock Island, 111.
Tlie i-i' tvw Him
i Ti. ,J-I4..,i ,UJ f H BUWW
1 li-i b in a French word.
iou, wm. u ,.., ii,",IKi theciuv 1
'--nnwi it r-eu.ulHaaimaUneJlor
t a. It u,T for ou, t..tlmtlt uabud.
ir 5-cu exanii,.. . tVB v.,u ran m the little
tern bvw,.!.,, rm. 0 i or,u(.h lll,
four p..it ,..:, , ,,,, h Kro wM.nUl.
IiuiJ w,i iTcirn, , tll. ljrown bud tMud
ui. V.u . an i.anit... witu rare, the little
pirv (. ti,;, I,,,.,, eri. 1Mr AUuwttl tQ
paini int.., u t....r.
The L'K are gat u-r. . lrtl crwn aDcl y,,
.ul,U,t drum in the iuudnrkenithem,
iUecli v. tt- now Kr.)W4 01, mtot meyU-wuil-
otii,- Ku,t Iim.. thoiigii at oue tinte
th. Ij:,.h woul.i ,,t jllW cf their culUver
Il,e p...v..t. .j,.v ,h.cUw.to,,
u.r'.' Tin. to calli
L . ' u v-rT lrfnl. and I.
r .... ... ,.uiutio ul Kimm UM,iKla
Ni ,., U,. I Holiw.
Me HM , . KllB(,r-
N. one.,,, .,, Iilk..r.B om,
when h w-a. .l.H,vere.l t,y benoner kUg
aine. and hu llru ..rT f VrmtW w. w JTJ
lued in that perHKl.L I-r-T,..u. to lnf
into the cunt mS room he but maU a mwr
ab. failure hi a uewiMT unic. Lit rahgiou
cruplea uot allowing hiui to go to the theatre
to critu iw a play, lie baa, howaver, bravely
rcome tliow early vruple. tur ba aa
.aii w.ittn jilaya, i'ltuburg UUpatcb.
DAM THE SLOUGH.
A- rropvmTtlon to Cretfe a Fine
A OI4 River I4eaa aa ta Maw
Dealeaale. Wlitfr qaartera Mar
"Haa tba thought ever atruck you that
there la no better point on the river for a
harbor than right here between Rock
11 and nod MollneT
"Que you mean below Rock Island
"No I dont mean aaything of the kind.
I mean what I (aUl between Rock Isl
and and Mollne."
"Well give n your Idea and well tee
what they're worth "
It waa a little knot of rivtr men who
have deserted the deck for the preeent
teaaoa and Were clustered about a atove
in the almoat abandoned Diamond Jo
dock. The topic of discussion had drifted
about from one thing to another, Including
a (ketch of old river daya nn Ihe great
river. Ihe Cronin trial, tbe new condition
of affaire la Braiil, and possibly of Q ieea
Victoria becoming a centenarian before
a he cease her BritUh rale, the news from
Stanley, etc , with bow and then a little
tarifi, when the conversation turned into
the channel indicated.
"I bave had the thought in
my mind a great many time." the
first poketman continued, "when
ever I have been around here, aa to
bow nicely that though np there
above the wagon and railroad bridge
rould be converted into one of the
finest harbor on the whole length of this
"Well, how would you go about it?
How would you get at itf"
"Dam it, air, of course, the way
moat of our great Internal water improve
menta are accomplished. Dam tbe alough
and put in locks at the lower end."
"How about tbe bridge?'
'Tut draw iothemboib; what'a tbe
matter with that? and I'll tell you what,
gentlemen, then that custom house that
i going to be moved here from Galena,
will be worth aomething to Rock Island.
We'll have a port of entry here in reality
a place of protection for boats
in tbe winter time that I not
equaled anywhere on tbi stream.
But one of tbe advantage that I see in
this scheme I have Dot yet related. It ia
something that would be to favorable to
Moline aa to completely blind that city to
the selflsb attitude It b displayed to
ward the Hennepin and lead it to cheer
on the project."
"Well, let'a have it. Give us all you
know while you bave got the Door." put
in a weather stained old rat.
"It would give to Moline a landing
don't you aee. It would in a meaaure
put that city on the river, an advantage
natu-e doe not confer upon it. aee? So
that the advantage of the undertaking
would be mutual a between the two
But just at this juncture some one in
troduced the aubject of the McEnlry
(Villa libel ault and the harbor project
unk inte Intlguiflcance.
I endured by the victims of Inflammatory
rheumatism, and any form of the disease
may reach that agonizing phase or attack
tbe heart and cause death. I'nhappily
they who feel lu preliminary twinge sel
dom realize tbi. Like other potib!y
dangerous maladies, rheumatism is often
diaregarded at Uia outset. Well will it
ba for him if tbi brief notice shall serve
a a warning of future peril or pain to a
reader troubled with incipient rheuma
tism. Tbe proper sequel will be an in
stantaneous resort to the great preventive
ileptirent. Hosteller's Stomach Bitter,
whose brevet of professional commenda
tion popular eiperience haa confirmed.
There la no finer or more genial antidote
to the virus of rheumatism in the system.
Botanic In Ita origin, it 1s free from the
objections attaching to depurent poisons
liable to be takeu In more than the infi
nitesimal dose. The Bitter conquers
malaria. Indigestion, liver and kidney
A peculiar situation ia described in the
last novel of a well-known novelist.
While the hero Is sitting at the feet or the
heroine she It taid to look up Into hit
face and to draw bit bead down to her
Fact Vsnk Kaewiag.
In all diteaaea of the nasal mucous
membrane tba remedy uaed must lie non
irritating. Tbi medical profession has
leen alow to learn this. Nothing satia
factory can be tccomplisbed with
.touches, aoutta. powders or syringes be-.
cauae they are all Irritating, do not
thoroughly reach tbe affected surfaces
and should be abandoned a worse than
failures. A multitude of person who
nan tor years borne all tbe worry and
pain that catarrh can Inflict testify to
radical cure wrought by Ely't Cream
A big kaleidoscope which revolves for
several minutes for the benefit of tbe per
son who dropt a nickel In the slot with
which it ia provided ia the latest produc
tion Id this prolific line.
A Orsal arprtae
la io store for all who use Kemp's
Balaam for the Throat and Lungs, tbe
great guaranteed remedy. Would you
believe that It it told on lu
merit, and that any druggist Is
authorized by the proprietor of this
wonderful remedy to give you a
sample bottle free? It never failt to
cur acuta or chronic coughs. All
druggist tell Eemp'a Balsam. Large
bottle SO cent and $1.
Many of tbe new apartment houses be
ing erected In London are fifteen stones
high. The air at that height it fresh and
cool. ar.d It It taid to be like living In the
We .offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured bv taking Hall's catarrh core.
F. J. CeiRii & Co., Propa.,
We. tbe undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
bunnrts transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by their
Wear 4 Thtjax, Wholesale drogglsti,
Waldiw, Krxiuw H ILik-vi!, Wholesale
druggists, Toledo, U.
E. U. Var Hcmew, Cashier, Toledo Na-
tionrl bank. Toledo, O.
Hall's catarrh euro ia taken Internally,
actios- directly upon the blood and mucus
surface of the system. Price 73 cent
per bottle. Bold by all druggist.
Lofoten, ta Norway, la the principal
fishing district of that country. Last
year tbe fishermen took 2fl.OUl,(ajO cod.
"Thus I am doubly armed, my death
and my life, my bane and antidote, are
both before me." I have got a miserable
attack of rheumatism and a moderate
a Dell of sciatica, bnt I ba mmn Kntti
of the celebrated Salvation Oil to cure
Many a runaway match hat ignited
from an old flame.
A Very Good Prospect for Two
DECIDEDLY UGLY STATE OF THIU03
A right ta the Bitter Eart fvaalM!l
Tha Governor' Proclamation Ohio
Politic Provttl a Coapt of aeasatloa
Aa AttrgrA Deal Btlra Cs a Blow
Brtos for Senator BoovoU Talk to
Itostoa Civil Service Roformar Polit
ical Fela Koto.
Helena, Mont. Nov. 81 Th legislature
called to meet to-day. Yesterday both
aide held rancnw to decide upon a course of
action. It I believed that there will be dual
bodies of th bouse, and that neither party
will bar a qnorum ia tbe eenate. Th Demo
cratic county commissioner Thursday
mated a aenaation by taking; possession of
the btfthitive bails, and yesterday they
Viirered th ky to th governor, to whom
Ihe county cnmmisiioner bave leased the
rooms. It ia thought tbe Republican mem
hers will meet e)iarately, ahould the repre
sent lira from Silver Bow county certified
to by the state canvaariug board be denied
admltUm-ft. Politicians of both al.Uw talk of
fighting to the eud, yet a small number
favor a eomproiuisie on th basis of one sens ,
tor from eaeh party and division of legisla
tive office. Slate Auditor Kenny, Repub
lican, wboee duty it ia to call the house to
order, demanded the key of the building
yevterday from County Commissioner
Knight. Mr. Knight refused to deliver tbe
keys, but promised to admit Kenny at any
Oov. Tools Israes a Prorlamatloa.
Oov. Toole yextorday teued a proclamation
ki which, referring to tbe conflicting claims
f those legislators who hold county clerk
tertlflcatek and thoos who hold state can
Veering board certificate, be says:
"Whereas, One set of certificate haa been
issued and delivered pursuant to the election
law of Montana, by tbe county clerks of
the reepective counties, and by virtue of the
act of the territorial legislature, persons
holding such certificates are declared en
titled to membership and deemed elected for
all purfioees of organization of the leg uia
'Whereas, When so organised, such legisla
tive awembly become th judge of the quel
iflcation of ita own members; now, there
fore, I, Joseph K. Toole, governor of the
state of Montana, hereby designate the court
bouse in the county of Lewis and Clark a
the place where aaid legislative assembly,
comprising person holding and representing
oartuicate of election from said county
clerks, shall meet."
Both sides were caucusing last night, but
their plans could not be learned.
ROOSEVELT'S CALL TO ARMS.
Ho Wonts the Peopla to Rally In Itefeaso
of Civil Kertire Reform.
BoaTos, Nov. 23 Tlie Boton and Cam
bridge Civil Service association, gare a din
nerlast night in honor of Chairman Roovelt,
of the I'nited States civil service commis
sion x-MiuUter Jamet Russell Lotrell.and the
members of the Massachusetts commission
President Sprague, of tbe Boston aociation,
presided, and to tbe right and left sat Lieut.
Governor Brackett, W. E. Rumell. Rev
Phillips Brook. Mr. Roosevelt, ProfeMiur G.
E. Horton, Mr. Lowell. William Endicott,
Jr., R H. Dana, and other well-known gen
The Vlrtorjr ot let Won.
Mr. RorwevWt was the principal speaker
He said positive adram-es had been made ia
the mi li 11a I classified service. The merit
system ha. goo forward iu the national
government. Hut be warned them that the
victory was not anything like nearly won.
He wanted to call them to arms as well as to
tell trbat had brni accomplished "At Wah
iugtun," he said, "aestill bare to face the
envenomed hostility of an immense maw of
politician. We bare to fight every hour to
ksep the ground tliat we bave gainL"
Nnlliners Watrhlug fr Their ( haare.
Mr. IlooAeIt urged tbe -decent, quiet
men," ho care for good government and not
fur offl-e, to exnrt themselves as much as tbe
Klittein do who aim for the offl.-e. lm
tinuing be said: "You would err if you
thought e were . ret safe. There U always
danger that the la will lie not repeated-but
in ome other way nullified , and
unlaw the pn.pln malm themselves felt, the
danger will veiy likelv crytalie into some
hostile act "
Mr. Lowell and others also sjs.k briefly
AN ALLEGED POLITICAL COMBINE.
Ohio Polltlnlaaa In Croat Fsrltemeat
Over a Reported Conference.
CoLtrnBl'. O., Sov J 8jeeials to even
ing papers here say: TV. E. Bacou, of
Toledo, tbe t.rother-iq law of ei President
Cleveland. closeted all yeHtorday at
Hamilton with Governor -rb-t Campbell,
his obje-t lietrig to get the new governor and
hi friends to support for the lS-'i Demo
cratic national ticket, Cleveland and Camp
bell, and to send Hon. Calvin S. Brica.
chairman of tbe national Democratic com
mittee, to the United States senate a Mr.
Payn' successor, as a part of tbe scheme
Campbell' friend are said to favor this
scheme and it broaching ha creatod con
sternation at tbe state capital here among
tbe supporters of tbe other senatorial can
Oov. Illtl s Friends la Arms.
Govcmer Hill's friend bar are np in
arm at this alleged interference in
Ohio, and Brice' opponent for tbe sena
torial nomination ar not in the collar, and
awoar vengeance Tbe ex-preaideur's alleged
move has mad a panic in Ohio politics
A Polltlrol Mentation la Clarlnnati.
CisciSKATI. Nov St. Th puUtical sensa
tion of tbe tay was th arrcat yoatrc-day of
R. G. Wood, uf tbe famous ballot-box con
tract forgery rase which played so prominent
a part in tbe late Ohio election. The arrest
was made at tbe instance of Governor-Elect
James E. Campbell, United States Senator
John Sherman and Congressman Butter
worth. It ia said that th disclosure in con
section with the case will caus a profound
sensation in the political world.
Call for a Republican Caucus.
Washivotow Cm, Sov. S3. L. E. ilc
Comaa. the secretary of the Republican c li
eu of tbe last congress, ha, with tb concur
rence of all tbe candidates for speaker, and
with the anwmt of tbe frieudc uf candidates
for other ortlres, published a call for a caucus to
meet In tbe ball of the bouse of representatives
at noon Saturday, Sov. 3(1, lUfJ, to nominate
candidates for speaker, clerk, sergaant-at-arms,
drair-keepar, postmaster and chaplain
(or the Fifty -first congress.
Will Probably Be Senator Rrico.
Wabhisotos Crrr, Nov. 33. Representa
tive Outhwatte, of Ohio, aaid to a reporter
yesterday regarding th Ohio senatonhipt
"I think thuigs are pretty well fixed for
Brice now, and be will probably he the ena
tor." Representative Haynes said that while
tbe field is still open to everybody, the popu
lar sentiment seemed to favor Brics
Balloting for a Senator.
Bismarck, N.D.Nov. 23 In the senate
and bouse yesterday afternoon moat of th
time was taken np In balloting for a second
senator. A ballot last night resulted: John
on, 38; Ordway. 10; MoCumber, 3. Walsh,
10; Carey, U; Plummer, S. I.amour.
Nominated "The losmaa.
New York. Nov Ti The Tammany coa
vention for the Sixth district last night nom
inated Charles H. Turner, known as "Th
Iceman." for congress.
THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL
Jflloer Btlrt Correots His Teatlasonj The
Defense earlr Through.
Chicaoo. Nov 23. The first witness called
uf tae defense in tbe Cronin cae yesterday
was Mrs. Huertel, who had testiflad last
wsek to seeing a whit horae drive up to tbe
Car loan cottage th night of the murder, a
man resembling Dr. Cronin get out and go
in, after which b heard sounds of a strug
gle, and beard some one exclaim "O God."
Toe idea was to impeach the woman's Ustt
BDony as to her memory, but it failed eom
tlft Corrorts His Teatlaaonr.
Edmund Andrew, mrgeon, wor that
the wound on th bead of the corps found
la th catch -Osuan veer not necessarily fatal,
and after a brief cross-examination of tb
wltaeaa. Officer Stift was pat en the stand
and swore that he bad mad a mistake in hi
cross examination a few day ago as to the
tequeoo of event betwaeo May 4 and (. B
reiterated hi statement that be aw Cough
Us at th (tattoo oa th night of May 4, and
aid th order to asnd out and as If any rig
hadjieen hire8aturday night at any livery
THE -RnCK ISLAND
stable was dated May 9. 11:90 p. nx. and on
tbe morning 3t May 6 be gave tbe oroer out.
Ex-Detecti f Loewenstein swore that Gar
rity, a witnos who bad sworn aginst Cough
lin, was the seeper of a saloon of very bad
reput and 1 ad threatened to kill Cough lin
becanas he kuaN so frequently arrested Gar
nty"s eostom -s.wbo were very often thieve.
Cough lin ba I also (worn out warrant
against Garrty for celling liquor without a
i busing a Witness.
There was nn episode in the court during
the afternoo. , relating to the alleged abas
of Budenbeor er, who had been arrested and
taken to the date's attorney's office and th
defense said i was contempt of court. The
judge thought the arrest was not . contempt,
bnt that it wis aa outrage; h saM it had bet
ter be let drop, however.
Tbe defenst stated that It would probably
THE r ARNELL COMMISSION
Blr Heary J use Oaaclades and the Cass
Coos to the Judges.
LoHDOif, ov. 83 The end of the great
Timea-Pai-nell ease is atyut in tight. Sit
Henry James who haa been for two week or
more umml ig up for The Times, concluded
hi tpceoh y terday with an eloquent perora
tion, and pi -ending Justice Hannen an
nounced tha: the court would not call
any further evidence. Justioe Hannen
congratulate! t the several counsel on the
complotion fatneir respective task, and
added: "We must near the burden a littk
longer. The en hop that rapport us, con
scious that tl roughout this great inquest w
have onght t nly the truth, ii the trust that
we (hall l guided to find it, and set it forth
plainly in tbe sight of all men."
It is expect-sl that the final report of th
commission ill b presented to parliament
in February the thirteenth month of the
duration of tlie court, which haa actually sat
for the purpose of hearing or taking testi
mony 13 day s.
SLAUGhTERED HIS CHILDREN.
The Blood; Deed of a Deserted Husband
la &w York.
Nkw Tori, Nov. 23 J ame J. Smith,
letter carrier, shot and killed his 3-year-old
child, Elizabe-h, and fatally wounded his 11
months-old ciuld, in his room at 321 East
Ninth street, yesterday, then slightly
wounded hin self in an attempt to commit
suicide. Smi h's wif left him a short time
ago, taking t le two children and nearly all
the furniture away. It is supposed that
Smith stole tae children back from his wife
yesterday anC took them to hi room to kill
them. He is a consumptive, and acts as if
crazed by illn ws and trouble. He refused to
make any sta- ement w hen arrested, and was
A Big Business In Whisky Smugxllng.
MoxtrxaL, Nov. XS.C A. Corneiller.who
has been investigating the whisky smuggling
at Quebec for the government, has concluded
his labors. B e stated yesterday that that so
far as can be traced there have been smug
gled into Cat ada, by way of St. Pierr d
Miquelon this year 3,000 barrels of American
whbiky, and each gallon should have paid
$2 duty, tbe government ha lost 1 l.(XO in
revenue from that source alone.
Th Lawrence Bank Failure.
P1TT8BCRO, rV, Nov. 23. The Lawrence
bank did not open it doors for business yes
terday morning, aa was anticipated by soma
of the more sanguine stockholders and de
poeltors Dirsrtor McMabon said to a re
porter: "W will pay dollar for dollar. Tb
depositor! will not lose a cent, although tbey
may be compelled to watt until we are able
realise enough to meet their claims.
Tried to Eat Yp a Representative.
Des Monti. Ia, Nov. 23. While at a
public sale Thjrsday in Guthrie county. W.
L. Edwards brutally attacked Representa
tive Ira R. Sh pley, completely biting off one
ear, lacerating his cheek with his teeth, al
moat biting t f one thumb, and otherwise
maiming him. Tbe quarrel grew out cf elec
i Out All th Store.
, Nov. t3 A fire at North
erdav wined out all the nrin-
This is tbe second destructive
. Tlie Kentucky claskieal and
e was iHirned on tbe 12th. and
fir In ten ihtv
some of lle j
juug la dim ran a mile bare
footst and iu
light clothes dtinn a beary
READY WITH THEIR REPLY.
The Brotherhood los Tim la
rlf th Utr.
Cixcixsati, Nov. TA -The Brothtth!
leaders are qui -k with a reply to the mani
festo of the League managers, for the re
sponse prepar jd by En mg. Ward and An
drew is alrea ly given to the public Tbe
address begins ny intimating that whatever
the League tas done for ts bail was
prompted by nlflsh Interest, and that even
admitting that th gam has ben bettered in
their bands, it has now become with them
something to Oiak money out jf. and notb
Boassboey LI Deserves Credit.
Continuing tuey say that while tbe League
committee bas taken much pains to show
bow much the players owe them, they hav
omitted to uxntion how much tbey owe the
players, and r.eclare that the "reserve" nil
to which as much good I attributed was
adopted beeau-e tbey ware afraid to trust
one another. "A it author, A G. Mill
Bs said, it whs intended to take tbe robber
manager by tie throat and make him keep
hi baud off tbe plavers in an associate
Attn Questions Asked.
"Tb powor this rule gave was uaed In tbe
most mercenary way, and the assertion by
tbe committee -hat no player ha ever been
transferred wr bout his consent is brazenly
falae. Do they call it consent when a player
must submit er get out of bas ball Did
Bu911ngtou ard Gunning consent! Were
not both Morrl.l aud Wise sold aud the fact
published nefcrs either wa spoken to or
knew anything about It! Did Hon and
White (a willingly to Pittsburg' Or Sutt
:liS to Clsvilandi Or Getstein, or this
nmeprecieo trio, Glaascock, Denny and
Doyle, to Indh.napoli' No; they did very
thing to escape, and only 'consented' w hen
tbe alternative was presented of being shut
ut of a liveiib wd in base baU."
Mistake or Mls-Statesneat.
With refere ice to tbe assertion that the
Brotherhood vill transfer player without
their consent the address say that ut either
mistake or willful mis-statement, as there
I nothing in the Brotherhood contract to
uTify It After a player ha served out his
tun wtth on club be Is at liberty to go
where be plea sea, and alien he goes from
sne club to another his "consent" is not
forced, nor is any price asked.
As ta Violated Contract.
The League i charged with violating It
contract with tb Brotherhood when it did
not repeal th asiary limit and w hen it
passed tbe cla ification law, as well as when
it reduced players' salaries by tb operation
of that law '.lie Brotherhood refused to
meet tbe Leagt tbi fall because tbe time
for negotiation had passed. Tb League
had enacted aoioe things which tbe Brother
hood asked, but it had done so when it had
to, and because it had to, and in o doing had
tuluhed itself sod acknowledged its former
injustice, and eren now it is attempting to
deceive the puldicaato tb sale or players,
for now tb pliyermnst buy his release in
stead of the clus.
Had to Art Promptly.
With reference to organizing tb new
League during hut season's play the Broth
crbood committee eaye it was coronary; to
have waited until fall would have been too
late; and tbe m?n, separated, and with notb.
ing decided npen, would have been laughed
at by the Leagt a The document closes wtth
th assurance tlat the gam will not suffer
ia th hand of tbos who ha v to make their
living from it, lit that tbey will preserve lu
purity and Inte rity, and elevate it above
mere spaculativ enterprise.
SULLIVAN AS A GRANGER.
Tbe alS.eoe Proposition Taken I'p. bat
Would Rather B a armor.
Sab Fra.topco. CaL, Nov. 23 W. R.
Dailey Thursday telegraphed John L Sulll
van that tbe 8i.ii Jose Athletic association
would put up llS.uuu purse for a finish
fight between him aud Jackson If Hullivan
accept a fight trill be arranged at once.
la regard to tae offer John said: "If they
have the money to plank up I am their man.
I will carry out my programme, but I. a th
champion, densiid that w hoever challenge
me must put np a good forfeit which I will
in ten minute 1 over. Then we can come to
business Furtlwr than this I will not talk
S3. John L. Bullivsn has
am that tbe 8aa JoaeCali
dubwill put up 15,000 for
received a tele;
fornia Athlete .
a finish fight be
flvaa cays be M
ween him and Jackson. Bui
going to buy a farm near
Bostoa and dt
ratting. H al
vote hi attention to bors
10 declares he ha plenty of
XO LONGER A WIFE.
Sequel to the Elopement of a
fULL PROOF OF HER IKFIDELITY.
Hike McDonald Produce Wltn Who
Tell of the Infatuated Woman's Go
ing aa with Priest Moysant Her Mas
querade In Nan' Attire and Visit
to Her "Con sin' A Hotel Clerk's In
vestigations and Observations McDon
ald's Own Story.
Chicago. Nov. 23, Th truth is out in th
rs of the runaway wif of Michael C.
McDonald, better known In this city and alt
over thi region as Mike McDonald, the noted
sport and politician. It came out In court,
In the course ef tbe evidence produced in
McDonald's application for divorce, which
wa tried yesterday before Judge Jamieson.
and application for which was filed six
weeks ago, a flefault having been taken, a
Mr. McDonald Interposed no defense A. 3.
Trude was McDonald's lawyer. The facts
completely smashed the specials from New
York that stated that the two had besoms
The Woman's Trip to Tlflln, O.
Mr. McDonald testified that his wife left
oim July 24 to go to Tiffin, O., wber her
"She came to me about July 21," said the
omplninant, "and told me she was going to
Tiffin to find another grave for her fatbsr
Her father was buried there twenty-three
years ago, but a street car line bad been run
through the cemetery and it was desirable to
remove his remains She bad been in the
habit of visiting her mother at Tiffin, and I
gave her 1100. She said that was all she
needed and declined to take any more money.
She started on Wednesday. A day or so
after she left I came home oue night, and
was told Mrs. McDonald had coiue home in
the garb of a Sister of Charity. I went up to
see her and talked with her about it, and she
said she had got through at Tiffin aooner
than she expected. July 87, when I came
borne, she had left. I have since found out
that she sailed from New York on the La
Normandie July 2 in company with Father
Her Departure front New Tork.
''When she went on shipboard she was
dressed as a Sister of Charity, and wa led
blindfolded by Father Moysant, who had
grown a beard. Tbe first time Moysant Came
to my house was two year ago last August.
He was a ourate at Notre Dame. Mrs. Mo
Donald said he had been doing a great deal of
work and was hungry. I told her if th
priest down there were hungry to bring
them all up and feed them. After remaining
in Europe nearly a month. Mrs. McDonald
sailed Sept. 25 and landed in New York. I
went there to meet her and she told me she
didn't blame me if I sued for divorce, and ad
mitted she had don wrong."
Married to the Amoroo Priest.
McDonald then submitted several letter
written by bis wif to him, dated Aug. 18,
Oct 11, and on subsequent occasion. They
were net read in evidence, and Mr. Trude de
clined to make them public, but stated that
in them she ex pressed contrition for her
elopement; said aha was married to Moysant
in Tiffin. O , and that the priest contem
plated going on the stage, and had a con
tract to play ia "The Cid," a spectacular
play taken from the Spanish. Th letter
showed also that Mrs. McDonald had as
sumed the uarnea ef Mrs. C. Arsnttrong and
Josie Raymond, Raymond being the name of
Moysant' stepfather in Aurora.
Her Visit to HerTaramour.
Llllie Byw and Mary Bow, waitresses at
the Waverty house, Diion, Ills. : Katie Lof
tna, a doss rt 10 in th tarochial mansion at
Dixen. and Ellsworth vvalton, clerk of the
Waverly house, each gave evidence. From
thrfr textijnony it appeared that about June
T, prior t4 the events A detailed by McDon
ald, Mrs. McDonald arrived at the TVaverly
house. She told Idllie Bow that she wanted
to find tbe priest's house. Fattier Moysant be
ing her cousin, w hom she had not seen since
he nas ordained. The priest's house was
pointed out to her. She called there and met
Movsnnt. After a long talk with him she
returned to the hotel and told Clerk Walton
that in a few minutes her brother weuld ar
rive, and she wanted him sent to ber room.
No. l.V Slie bad registered as Mrs. V. Ma
son. St Catherines, Out. This was t:li
Rushing; Ihe Can for the Conple.
At C:1, Moysant, whom Walton didn't
know, but horn he reeognired in a photo
graph banded him by Mr. Trude, arrived and
said be was Mrs. Mason's brother He was
shown to ber room. No 15, and Mrs. McDon
ald and the priest remained there from 6:40
until 2:55 a m. Before the priest arrived
Mrs. McDonald had Walton briug up a 25
cent pitcher of beer and several cigars.
Along about 11 o'clock be brought another
pitcher of beer. Mrs. McDonald gave bim
$J0, with which he bought her a ticket to
Chicago, and at 3 15 a iu. she left on (be
traiu for this city.
o Chance for Teepers.
After tbe departure of the priest and tbe
lady Walton's curiosity prompted an inspec
tion. He found the keyhole stuffed with
paper, a newspaper over the transom and
other evidence of attempt by th gwijty
parties to guarantee absolute exclusiveness.
Walton swure that about 8 o'clock b saw
the priest and Mrs McDonald promenading
down the hotel corridor, tbe priest' arm
about the wife's neck. He also beard the priest
say, bending a paasiasiato glance upon the
woman s face: This night.
Thi was all, but it was sufficient; the
judge ordered the evidence w ritten up and
McDonald will secure hi decree. While tbe
witnesses were detailing the jsa-fidy of hi
w ire, 31 ike sat at a table, bis head bowed and
bis eyes shaded by one broad palm, and
when be removed his hand tears trickled
down bis cheeks.
'Will No One Rescue Onr Cheese I
A RCaTe, N. Y., Nov. 2a During tbe
part two month options have been secured
on all tbe factories in western New York
by the agent of a monster cheese syndicate
which is to embrace the entire cheese produc
tion of this country. It is not known cer
tainly, but it is believed to be at the instiga
tion of English capitalists.
Reform of the Hoaso of Lords.
Glasgow, Nov. S3. Lord Rosebery, in an
address here Thursday, aaid that tbe Liberal
programme would always be crippled until
the party nriouhly adopted a ladical and
drastic resolution dealing with the house of
lords. He did not. However, favor the total
abolition of that branch of parliament.
Ia the Presence of Wife and Children.
New York, Nov 23. Patrick McDermott,
aged 31 years, a stone-cutter, out of work
and suffering with consumption, committed
suicide yesterday by ratting hi throat in tbe
presence of hi s ilt and three small chil
ALL T0rE UP INSIDE.
Peculiar A Herat Ions la a Bult for Dam
ares la Alabama.
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 53. A peculiar
case was filed yesterday ba the oircuit court
here. Thorns a Davis, 26 year of age,
bring a suit for XX) against th Georgia
Pacific Railroad company, and allege Bbat
through tbe careleasaeas of tbe officers of that
corporation hi heart wa knocked froaj
th left id of hi body to th right ide,
much to hi physical and mental diwomfort.
He was employed aa brakeman for the eonv
pany a few month since, and was injured in
a wreck H alleges that his intestiaes were
completely turned around by tb in Juris be
received, and bis heart afterward changed in
sympathy with them.
A Forelrn Opinion as to the World's Fair.
Loinm, Nov. SI The Berlin Tageblatt
say tbe World fair will probably be held
In Chicago. New York would be the proper
place, but tbe probability that Chicago will
ultimately be chosen as the site is very strong
and dally increasing The likelihood of this
decision, tbe paper explains, is not based
upon the superior It toes of Chicago in any
respect a tb plaoe of holding tbe exhibition,
which, it Incidentally, remark, ought to and
possibly will surpass anything of tb kind
ever held in Europe, but rather upon tb
apathy displayed by the people of New York
la subscribing to th guarantee fund.
A Missing Mis Foaad Dead.
New MiLroRO, Conn., Nov. 23. Clarence
B. Wheeler, of rjouthford, who ba been
missing nine Nov. 14, wa found dead ia th
wood ia Rosbory yesterday morning by
banter. He wa demented when be disap
peared. Wheeler wa TO year old. very
wealthy, and in th habit of carrying consid
arabl money la bia pocket, but none wa
found Thar is suspicion of foul play
' NOVEMBER 23, 1889.
SAINTS AS CITIZENS
They Seem To B9 Open to
TEE UOEMOS CASE AT SALT LAKE.
Csldence Indicating That Moj-naont
Try Poor Americans Disloyal Senti
ments and Dortrluss The Priesthood
Pol Above Ihe Blat tiory Threat of
Some of the Leader A Chnreh Docu
ment That tally 9ustln a Orav
Salt Lake Ciit. fj. T Nov. 23. Tb in
vestigation being held to determine whether
alien Mormons are eligible to naturalization
was resumed yesterday Henry W. Law
rence said that excommunication from th
church meant ostracism by the Mormon
people He had heard many sermons preached
which were disloyal, and the general ten
dency of the church during all the year ha
belong. I to it was to alienate tbs feeling of
tba people from the government. He be
lieved the Mormon people would become
loyal if their leaders did not teach disloyal
Condemned by Their Own tVonls.
Extracts from many sermons delivered by
Brighain Young, Henry C Kmilwll and
other leaders were then read and rliow con
clusively that tbe priesthood claim the
right to dictate to the people in all things
temporal as well as spiritual and to lead and
govern them. A number of witnesses
testified in regard to the Mormons half-masting
the nags in this city July 4, 1SS5.
The defense called Joseph Follett to refute
the testimony given by Witness Wardell in
regard to tbe killing of Green for apo&tacy
in 1SV.-.!. The witness testified that be never
heard of tlie affair before
An liicrlminatln; taer.
Tbe 1 'i?eciit ion then offered in evidence a
paper served on a mciulvr of the Mormon
church by Bishop Htawni d, citing him to ap
pear in the bishop's court last ui;ht and be
tried for obtaiuing a judgment in the United
States court agaiust other members of tlie
church for the failure to perform a contract.
This fully demonstrated the charge made
that the church does dictate and control the
temporal all airs. The attorneys for the
prosecution read from a sermon by John
Taylor which said that if the government at
tempted to cut out the "Mormon ulcer." as had
been proposed in conpress, then the United
States w ill be cut off from being a nation
and its star would set in a sea of blood
A Denial, bnt No Record.
The question of polygamy was then taken
up. The attorneys for the church denied
that polygamous marriages are now solemn
ized, but when questioned admitted that no
record of such marriages was kept and that
tbey had no means of knowing if they were
being solemnized or not.
Close of the Prosecution.
The prosecution closed after introducing
an editorial from tlie church organ on the
dentb of the Mormon President Taylor, de
daring that his blood stained tbe bands of
the government officers, who would yet b
railed to account Arguments will begin
next week. Editor Penrose is still in prison
THE TRUST IN BARBED WIRE.
Fully Organised l udrr tho ame of th
Federal Steel Company.
Clbvelasd, O , Nov 23. Tbe organizers
of the hartd wire and wire nail trust under
tbe name of tbe "Federal Steel company ,"
met here yesterday and completed tbe con
struction of the combine The magnitude of
the trust is shown in tbe following list of
coinjiaiiie represented at the meeting: St.
Louis Wire company :McCoh Iron aud Steel
company, Burlington, la. ; Satan Wire Nail
company. Salem. O ; t'inainnati Barb Wire
Fence comiaiiv ; American Wire Nail com
pany. Covintou. hy , and Anderson, Ind.
Brooklyn Wire Nail company, Brooklyn, N.
Y. ; Oliver & Robert Wire company, Pitts
burg; Iowa Barb Wire company, Allootia,
Pa , and New York:H P. Nail company,
Cleveland; Cleveland Hulling Mill company;
American Wire crmpaur. Cleveland, t'lm-in-oati
Wire Nail coinpaiir
Tho Trnst Is iu Control.
A live years contract bas been made with
Ihe Cleveland Pa.llinc Mills s.iti!anr to fur
nish the cotuhiue with stevl bilii t and w ire
roils, and the barb-frn.M l-u-mo.- of the
former will, under the contract, ! mii .end
ed and the mills closl A contrai l has been
obtained of the nine rod inilis in this coun
try, and already tbe new concern bas sucb a
bold that the rod mills will take no orders to
be filled after Jan 1
The general offices of the new organization
will be located in Chicago and Pittsburg, the
main selling office in the former and tbe pur
chasing ofiice in tbe hitter city. The otlieers
bave not yet beeu elected, but will be chon
at a meeting of the directors to be held in
Chicago next week.
The s,qn.idron of Kvolution in a Gal.
Boston. Nov The Mjnadion of evolu
tion reached Poston at 1 W p 111 yesterday.
The standard speed was tUed at eight knots
in order to economire in coal. Wednesday,
in bending into the wind, w kn-h was blowing
almost a gale, the advautae of the Chicago's
greater weight and engine poster and of her
high free board became apparent, for while
she displayed hardly any loss of speed and
shipped little spray, the other ships fell off a
knot or two in speed, and the Boston and At
lanta dipped tbeir bows entirely out of sight
Fonr MiUtoa Acres for Settlers.
Dcxcth, Minn., Nov 3S. Th work of
tbe Chippewa Indian commissioners is prac
tically rlnished, and it has been entirely suc
cessful, the signatures of every tritwonall
tbe reservations in Minnesota having been
cured to tlie provision of the Nrlsou
bill. The success of the commi.vn Involve
tlie snrreuder of 4,ts.i,tsjo acres of laud to the
Rath bone May Recover.,
Washington Citt. Nov 23 A private
telegram received here by Chief Postofflce
Insjiector Ratbbone. who is a cousin of Mr.
J. H Rathbone. the founder of the order of
Knight of Pythias, who was reported as
dying in Lima. O . states that Mr. Rathbone
Sroopod by the btandard Oil.
Lima. O., Nov. 23. -The Sherman Oil com
pany, on of tbe largest independent com
panies iu the Ohio Held, with twenty-two
producing nells and ItM acres of land, has
sold out to the Standard Oil comny fur
I luu.u m
The (iraufer In France.
Parir, Nov. 23. several members of the
rhamiwr of deputiea, led by Leon Say, bave
formed an agricultural party, irrespective
of politics or of the policy of protection
A Stanley Relief Expedition.
Zanzibar, Nov. 23. An expedition with a
supply f store has started for Bagamoyo to
meet Stanley and his party.
An Old Reprobate's Brutality.
Philadelphia, Nov. 2S. Patrick Den
ning, aged ttt years, of lfttl Stocker (treat,
beat hi wife, Mary, who is of about the hub
age, ao badly last night that she will die.
Denning was arrested.
Pluadored a Monastery.
CrrTisja, Nov. m. A party of Arnault
bave plundered the well-known monastery of
DethaiL The monks fled to Ipek.
Bought aa Iowa Hallway.
Dis Moines, la.. Nov Zi. The St. Louis,
De Moines and Northern railroad, a nar
row guage road running from here to Boone,
a distance of about fifty miles, was sold yes
terday under a decree of foreclosure issued
six weeks ago. The only bid wa that of
Solon Humphrey and J. T Granger for
Gen. O. M. Dodge, of New York Their
Offer was about 4?5,0U0.
To Relievo Jell Davis of Debt.
Nashvillk, .Nov 1 CoL D. P. Porter,
president of the Davis Land company, is in
town, and report the enterprise progressing
satifactorily. Its cl.j.s t is to develop and
market a Urge tract of wild bind in Arkan
sas owned by Mr Jefferson Davis, and with
the proceeds pay off a -rO,UUO debt U.at is op
pressing Mr. Davis in his old age. .
Aasnsonsants of Harvard students.
Palmer. Mass , Nov. 23. A tally-ho party
A Harvard students from Button to attend the
Harvard-Yal foot-ball gam at SpringOold
were detained here yesterday for stealing
guide boards with which tbey decorated the
ooaca. They etlpd and proceeded
Boat S for Una-Una; Cosostork.
PbiladeltsIia, Nov. 23. Lum Smith, ed
itor of Tb Agents' Harold, who waa con
victed a few day dace ofTJbeling Anthoy J.
Catnatock, waa fcetenoed ytrday to atx
Latest Styles and the mo3t
rataci Curtain Stretchers
euros roLOiMOf sAwt.
Will Save vou Money, Time and Latmr.
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aiv lady i.u ugicraic I tit. in.
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The brig F.wrlvs was wrecked 0.1 the Ore
gon coast Nov. 1" and ten to fifteen live
The Cologne Gazette is publishing a eerie
of articles urging tbe holding of a World'
exhibition at Berlin in lSlr.
The pold mines at Ishpemin?. Mica., are
rich. Quarts is said to have been taken from
tbe vein that essayed UltVOUO to the ton.
Two persons were fatally burned anil six
or eight others seriously injured hy the ex
plosion of natural gas at Brad Jock, Pa, Fri
day. Tommy Russell, who so pleasingly portraved
th Littl Lord Fauntleroy of Mrs. Burnett's
story and play, is to star next season in an
other juvenile drama.
That insatiable octopus, the ""British syndi
cate," ia reaching its arms out "now
for all the mineral spring health rorts in
this country, having a capital of $,0o0,
to start with.
A terrific snow-storm is racing in tb
neighborhood of Missoula. Mont. Railroad
trattlc is blocked and four freight wrecks are
reported on the Northern Taciflc Two or
three live were lost.
A spook is troubling the students of tbe
American Medical college at St Louis. Tte
tory is that when tfh atterrlpt is made to dis
sect a certain body all the light go out,
whether ga or lajnps are used.
The business failures occurring throuphect
the country during the seven davs". eaijed
Friday, number, for the United States, &45
and for Canada. 33, or a total of ST7, a ennv
pared with last week, and 267 the week
previous to the last.
The wmmissioners appointed to attend to
the removal of the rock in the channel of
Kankakee river at Momence, Ills., complain
that they have no money to purchase to
necessary lands, and cannot do anything un
til the money is provided.
Three rooms in an unoccupied cottage on
Deering street, Chicago, were discovered Fri
day to be smeared with blood. Tbe police
think that it is the work of some f ractical
joker. John Hughes, the former tenant ef
the cottage, has recently moved away.
Stephen Pettus, ope of the Brooklyn
bridge trustees, a proMnent New York btut.
ne man, was shot and killed in front of 10
Fulton street, Now York, Faiday mominj y
Hannah Southuawth, a wi.man about :
years of age. She charged him with seduc
tion and breach of promise.
The steamship Manhattan collide d with
the schooner Agnes Manning off F. uwick
island on tlie ccsist of Connecticut. Wednes
day The steamship sank with three officers,
two passengers and fifteen seamen. The
saved are the captain, H. W. JeaViey, four
other officers and nine seamen
First choice for a box at the Chicago Audi
torium for tbe two weeks season of opera at
the opening in December was secured a't tVs
auction sale of seats Friday by (reore M.
Pullman He paid tl,kn tor his vi.-tor.
Three other bnxrs sold for 1,0U each and
tbe last box s.,1.1. No. brought tli".. These
were pivruiuiiis, and in addition U the reg
ular price, which is r-Vs'eacu.
Failure In the Wool Trade.
Worcester. Mass.. Nov as J f Wks,
of the Wicks Manufacturing company, of
this city, manufacturers cf woolen goods, Re
signed yesterday for the benefit of his cred
itors. The mill has eighty-nine looms and
rnploys 175 bands.
A MrGlynn Priest Iienosed.
New York, Nov. XI Rev. Ki hard L.
Burtsell, a leading Catholic dirius ant a
staunch friend of lr M. (Jlynn. was d. Ked
from his office of "defender t,f the niai naf
tie," at Thursday's s.i..u of tLe synod of
t'mi AGO. Nov. 21
Quotations on the board of trade tn-tiay mere
aa follows: Wheat No. - No ember opened
. closed 7?io; December, opened filjc, closed
7Vc: May. opened ttc. closed 4i-V4c. Corn
No. November opened .Vic. closed ."4e
Decemher. opened :?1 V. clsed SIS-I May'
opened SSV. closed V- Outs-, So. r N 11 v sa
ber, opened -, closed sadc; Kecetber. opened
c closed SAsc: May. S?H-?c. closed aies-c.
Pork November, opened .:. closed t.ba;
Year, opened $9jR. closed ..: January,
opened V S. rlwssd ! .vTl. I ard November,
opened fB.itfU. ,ed tel le.
Live stock. Following were the quotations
at tb I'nlon Stork ysrd: HotrsXki-ket
opened active and stroiiK. with price V- LLf 'jer:
later slow and easy: lu-ht erades. a:.
rough packing. aas?3.70; niixd lots. .
.: heavy packiqs; and shipping lets, 1X7
.. CaM le-Market steady to stroae; beeves,
S3 W34.;; fancy. as.Ul&4JV cows. i.aJA
stocker and feeder. $2Jllfia.8. Shsep-Finni
native. , OUat rV, tockr, 3.SOJt$-0ft lambs.
Produce: Patter Fancy EU-?n creamery,
S&Btftc er lb; finest dairy. IW-.-ilc: packing
stock. 7ac F4rgs-StrietJy fresS; l per
doa: ice house. 17jl. Live poultry-Hens, c
per lb; turkeys, (c; duckv s: a-eese, $4.40;i.-..)
per dot. Potateie Besaty of Hebron. :tc
per ba. on track: comRon and mixed Iota, VH(
SJc Apple (Mod to fancy, $lJ&?sa per
bbL Cranberries-Wisconsin, S0.UUiU4.Sd per
Nsrw Tons. Nov. L
Wheat No. 2 red rash, tasnc; do Docember,
Hc: do January. Msc: dn May. Wic Corn
No. i mixed rash. 42r; do Derember, dc; do
January 41'ic Oat- Dull; No. 1 mixed cash,
SHc; do Ducenibrr, ar: do January, SS.ifcr.
Rye-Nominal. htarley-Dull. Fork Quiet;
tll.aail.fcl fur inspected. lard-Dull; No
vember. Vi.rK nWeember, t.37.
Live stork: fall Is Finn apd blither; poor
to prime native steers, t-l vrj, ;o W hO las
poor cows, 1 soiil.tin stags and bulls, Ai.MiA
2.T&. Sbeep and laasbs-Firm, at steady ance
far sheep and at a small advance eja Iambi;
poor t lair aheap. fS uu v paor ta
extra lamb. U". Hors-titreuisly
dull; Uve hoc, $iVa4.4l y 100 V.
Hy rplsad prsirvs. a 09
aUy Ttssstey new $$ Uu.
Bay Wild, IAM&i id.
Aat art 1 le : aai ( . 0
C Jt Woo Oak, AiM i Hickory, As.
attractif e prices combined make
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that has comfort ? if so, we have the Celebrated
1622 SIECOHSTID ViEIsTTJE.
R. CRAMPTON & CO,
At? tow prepared to undertake the Interior Deco
ration of Hocsks with
MODERN WALL PAPER.
In the most approved manner.
New Styles for the Spring
ir. ..'ginning to arrive. Our stock is complete for
tlie season in all gra ins anl prices very
low for stock andMabor.
tSifYcnr orders solicited.
STOVES AND RANGES
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal.
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coal.
The lstest .lesion of the long series of ALADDIN Slove. Thi ia beautiful in
its ornamentation, novel in many of its features is bound to be a good rellcr Be
sure and eismme this stove aud learn ils good points for after aeelne it too will
buy no other. J
I have of course a supply of the celebrated ROUND OAKS. Thi baa been
so popular that it is being copied as far as they dare ov unscrupulous parties but
don't be deceived buy the Round Oak made by P. D. Beck with. I am the see
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 4rc worth 75c. 100 Muffs at 85c worth $IMS.
Reaver, Seal, Monkey, Oppossuni Muffs and Setts, going
cheap at tli is Special sale. Fur Trimmings iu all
widths and kinds. Fur work of all kinds guaranteed first class
Sign of the Red Glov e. west of Market Square.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
VMantles, Tiles and Grates.
i ow ready for jour Inspection. Call and aea our assortment and
i f compare our prices before buylog.
l ' I. J. SUITH & SOI,
1 P i 127 V?eat Third Street, Opp. Masoalo Temple, DAVlXPORT.
trade a great success at the
No. 1623 Second Avenue.