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WMSK8PV OCTOBER 29 1"0.
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FiirTrntees Illinois (,'" jj w. grabs.
Univerolly. ) ....Kicsaub D. MiRa
Bs T. Cablb
IGsnaus W. Vikto.1
(Johr A. Wu.sos.
For Slate Senator... .
Pis- Osnte .Inilire.
For t'ntmiy Clerk.,
....Chki.h A. ''Kirn
( 1. (Soatio
For t'ounty Snpt. of rhnoi.Cn. B MaHaaaLt
Concerning the Hennepin canal I be to
IMn you tbat I adweaM l bniltlln na
heartily aa yon or aa any other citizen
deeply Interested In a national work of
such importance. A waterway connect
ing the Mississippi ami .Missouri river
with the Great Lakes, thus Riving to west
ern proliM'taflirrrt w aier roiiimnniratlon
with the teat, enlist. ni hrsrtlysyinpalhy
and support, and I have no hesitancy in
pledging my beat endeavor toaeconipHsh
ao dealralile an end Mr. CtW Irllrr.
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From 1812 to 1H17-.
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From 18M4 to l4A-.
fiom 184:1 to ls-i; ..
rom 184 7 to 1K'8
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SPKIMJKK TUMo.;KOV NKJHT.
The l amom Illinois oatri-mnmo In
fapeak at Turner llall.
Contrressman Win M. Sprincer. of
8prioy,tieM, speaks at TurDer Lai I tomor
row niL'bt. The ins.ses of the people i
turn out to hear the distineuisbcd cham
pion of their rights, and of the party
which uphold tnrir riaiiis, spesk.
TllK .'!" 8vs liest "hits t'riverj the
opposition to 8 ek to ei list against him
the world, the llcsh and the devil.
Fightios the devil with fire, h it were
Captais KoiiiNfox siys he hs col
read the Mi Km cv bill hut he knows it is
all riht tx-'Cniiso it was gotten up ly bis
friend. In this the ritptHin shows his
aubiime faith, hut laiih without good
works is dead .
Captain R hiiison'o lesiimony reuard
ing tbe doting of the bridge ai.int the
public should he taken with tcveral lar
ger grains of salt. The sUtcnitnls of an
interested witness should alwavs he ao
cepted with considerable care.
- Captain Rbi.son wants to know i
!? any man has ever been slopped from
going over the brulpe. and the asswer is
yes, and many of them, and the captain
' knows it, and would not be led into ask
ing such a wild question were it not elec
tion time and Le feels it a duty to do all
be can for a man who did so much for
bim and against all the rest of the com
munlty. One pood turn deserves an
0l8T felt It a duty lo have CaDtain
Robinson appear in Washington and
argue tbe bridge question in an rx parte
way, it was not necessary that the peo
ple should bave anything to say in the
matter. Of course, they were supposed
to have a representative in Mr. Gesl. but
Mr. Oest was not representing the peo
ple, flfi was representing Iiobinson. and
Koblnson was representing the ferry
company, and tbe ferry company was
representing a part of Robinson's busi
ness and Robinson's business represented
all bis Ideas and interests iu the matter.
Titb more tbe bridge and viaduct biiai-
ness Is looked into the blacker il be
comes regarding the action of Mr. (test.
He cannot with justice to himself look
the people honestly in the face. What
ever favors be hr.d received or was likely
to receive from Captain Uubinnon. he
neglected the Interests of the people in
order to serve that gentleman. He would
see tbe poor deprived of crossing the
bridge, and compel them to pay tribute
lo Captain Robinson by using hi9 ferry
la order to shield Oest in ouch otitra
geous conduct bis friends now band
themselves together and invent all kinds
Of Stories which tbey think mnyhelp him
out In bis dire necessity. The Union
puny babbling will help Gct no more
than will the savage poundings of Cap
tain Robinson. If Oest had thought that
the part be took in the matter woul
ever again confront bim. he would bave
thought twice before running errands for
bis chief here to the utter neglect of tbe
The Opening kioelal.
Tbe social and supper at the First
Methodist church last nigh tinder the di
rectlon of the Ladies' Sewing Society was
grand affair a success in every respect.
Every part of tbe new church was thrown
open and brilliantly lighted, and the large
company of pecle in attendance united
to make themselves at home in every
part of the building. In the company
present were several of the ministers of
the city with their wives and a good rep
resentation from the congregations of
the sister churches, all cheerfully con
gratulating their Methodist friends on
. their beautiful church building and
the success of last Sundiiy in provid
: ing the means for paying for it. Tbe
" supper was an elegant spread and con
tinued from 6 to o'clock, and the ta
bles were well filled ail the time. Be
: sides the regular supper there were a
number of small tables for ice creBm.
cake. etc. During the evening Biehl'a
orchestra dicoursel sweet muaic and
Prof. 8. T. Bowlby played a couple of
. organ voluntaries to the great sntisfac
? tion of the company.
Tbe Methodist people have certainly
done themselves proud end all the peo
; pie rejoice with them. The finan-inl re
j sulu of the evening must bave been very
( aatisfactory indeed.
Of eases of scrofula and otber Hood dis
ease are hereditary, aad therefore, diffi
cult to core. But we wish to state in the
nsoet positive, emphatic manner that
Hoods earsaparilladoes cure scrofula in
very form. The most severe cases-too
terrible for description have yielded to
this medicine when ell others failed If
yoo suffer from impure blood m any wav
take Hood's Barsaparilla. 3
KKVOLT IN KUSSIA.
Mobs of Peasantry Rise Against
rJESTISATJ AUD BLOODY FIGHT3.
The Rebels Bonted with Lou of Ltfa
I nan rgenl I'illairlng the Conntry Mora
Trouble In Switzerland A Collision,
with the Tioopa Balfoar'a Remarka
ble Rteeptlnn In the Wnt of Ireland
A I'rlrat'a Ieelaration Holland's King
To Re Retired Awfnl Loaa at boa.
Londov. Oct. 19. Formidable uprisings
of desperate peasant have taken place in
many district of Russia, and 0,000 troops
are operating aguiust the insnrrectiooists,
who swear tlmt death la preferable to
eerfdem. Conflicts have occured at Khar
li.ff and Yckernoslav, in which mobs of
pea-snntry were routed by the troops' with
cunsiderable I of life ot life. . The peas
ants fought desperately. buC being poor
ly organized and wretchedly armed, were
soon scattered by the deadly fire of the
soldiers, who took many prisoner.
Tillage and Iaeendlarlam.
Ijirge baud of tbe insurgent are pll
iRKing in a numlier of liKtriet and le
stroyiiiK property which they cannot carry
away. Five thuti-nud acre of frets on
on the Kivrr Samara bave U'en burned,
large quantities of trorn in Bakruvotsk
bave been destroyed, and land owners
have been mbjecred to r.nmerous out
riige. The cy. ir has ordered a report to
be made in the case of the aliened mis
take of Governor Gurkho, of Warsaw, by
which a rcasiint charged with murder
whs hurried to execution without suffi
cient evidence, the real murderer being
The Inanrreetlon Spreading.
The minister of the interior has issued a
prnclmutitioti - aliolishing alt peasant
rights in t lie disturbed districts, and A
number of the leaders have been ordered
to Moscow and St. Petersburg or trial.
I.ate reports Indicate that the insurrec
tion is sprendi ug raiddly, nnd, though ef
forts are being made by the government
to Iwlittle the movement, Tbe Tele
graph's correspondent at St. Petersbunr
says the niini-ter of the interior has ad
vices which cause much uneasiness in the
BALFOUR IN IRELAND.
He Makea friends with the People and
Iteeeivea an Ovation.
Ill blix, Oct. Httlfour, who arrived
at the Island of At hiU Monday, passed
the night nt the residence of the parish
priest. He received an ovation ou land
ing in Achill. He said he was glad to
meet the people, and expressed sorrow for
the fminre of their potatoes, which he
knew would cause them much suffer ing.
He whs he Iri't been able to sanction
the const ruction of a railway within seven
miles of the island, which he said would
give them employment, nod be hoped to
be able to extend the line to the island.
A number of peasants took Balfour to
various tKt.ing stations and after dark
escorted him over the mountains.
1 he Irish Secretary Sawa Wood.
The secretary promised to finish a bridge
between two points of the island, and to
defray the expenses out. of his owu pock
et. The peasants cheered him and ex
pressed their gratitude. On the road back
to West port a tritimpiial arch was erect
ed t M ulsHiiy, and italfour was cheered
bv kno a of people, at various points. One
of I he loeal pi iests at Newport said that
Balfour was the greatest benefactor Ire
laud had ever bad, and they looked to
him to brimj peace and prosperity to the
country. At Westport lialfonr received
a deputation of citizens headed by a
priest, who drew his attention to the
coming cnod of distress.
Agreed with the Trieat.
He conferred at length with them as to
the best method of providing relief,
which he admitted would be necessary.
The priest said that the system of afford
ing relief adopted on former similar occa
sions had a demoralizing tendency, and
suggested that the people be employed in
the construction of light railways and
other works, hue not unless such works
were likely to prove greatly to the benefit
of the district. Balfo.ur expressed his
C'lictirreiiee in this view. Afterward be
and his pHrty drove to Kylemore. where
h pissi.l the evening as the guest of
INSURRECTION IN SWITZERLAND.
Collision ISet ween Trnopsi and Ticino lib
erals Ill-Keeling at Friboarg.
Bfisxf.. Oct. 29. -Advices have been re
ceived hero from Lugano, a capital of the
canton of Ticino, to the effect that fight
ing has taken place between the federal
troops and the dissatisfied Liberals.
Bloodshed has already occurred. The re
ceipt of this report has caused a renewal
of the intense excitement which recently
pervaded the disturbed district, and pub
lic anxiety as to the final ontcome of
bwiss internecine trouble! has received a
Charges nl Flection Frand.
Telegrams from Fribourg, capital of
the canton of Fribourg, state that con
siderable, iil-teel ing was caused between
the opposing parties because of the result
of the Flections which took place there on
Sunday Inst. The Conservatives were
accused by the Radicals of carrying the
elections ty unfair means and with hav
ing falsified the b illots. Violent crimin
ation and recrimination had been in
dulged in up to Tuesdav, when serious
conflicts occurred. The overthrow of the
cantonal government is threatened by the
nadicals, wuo are fully armed.
The King la I'ractically Dead.
The Haoi-f.. Oct. 20. -Dr. Mackay, min
ister of the colonies, yesterday announced
to the parliament of Holland that in the
opinion of the royal physicians who bad
examined the king tbe illness of his mat
es ty was of so grave a nature as to inca
pacitate him from performing the duties
.of the kingly office. Parliament was
therefore requested to make the declara
tion preaer.hed by the constitution.
The 1'ope to Itononnoa the "Plan."
London" Urt -JO RTmn f.i.m T?n.
state that I he Pope is preparing another
mandate to the Irish biahnns dnrnnlm
, . B
tbe plan of campaign, and decreeing that
fne sacrament of the church shall
be denied toall who either take part in the
plan or noycotimg.
M ill I'raetine the Tolatol Idea.
Ixixdov, Oct. 2J A colony of Russian
gentlemen and ladies has been formed at
Visbnee Volotchbk, a large town on the
rivr Tsnd. in the g6vernment of Tver,
with the object of practicing th sexual
tenets of the novelist Tolstoi. The col
onists nre all young, of the educated
classes, end well provided with funds.
many oi tuein being .possessed of large
lilshop 0'lwTer'a Advice.
LoNiKis, Oct. Bishop O'Dwtrer. of
Limerick, is quoted as savins' that Ameri
cans should draw a broud distinction be
tween contributions to the starving peo
ple of certain parts of Jrelaad and contri
butions to .the funds of the National
League and should see tl at! no mnttov in.
tendd for charitable purposes goes to il
Mauler Kn Route to America.
Lomion. Oct. 2S. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv
M. Stanley started at nopn Monday for
Liverpool on their way to America. A
lurt'e party opfnends accompanied them
to Eu.-ton Ktatinn.tn hiri tlim fi.rutz-nll
and a crowd ulso assembled and cheered
the Illustrious traveler .and his wifa
tbey en lets-1 the station. . ..
Ilitlfotir and Morley AuhpoanaeH.
Ui uus, Oct. a Balfour and Morley
have lnsn sub tertae I to testify at the
trial of Couimoner Harrison jtud other
participants in the Tipperary riot, which
is expected to take place at Marlborough
Frightful Marino Disaster.
London, Oct. 29 It ia reported that a
easel with-700 emigrants on board has
foundered oiT Cape St, Vincent.
NOT A ROSY OUTLOOK. '
In Spite of Peters' Big AaaeU His Credit
ors Will Go Short. ,
MAS1BTSE, Mich.a Oct. 89. The ached-
ale of asarts and liabilitiea of R. (J. Ve
tera and tbe R O. Peters Salt and La it-be-
company filed late Saturday even! ag
by tbe assignee has been clone ty era n
ined by a considerable number of atu r
neys who are representing creditors, ai id
the general impression is that tbe on e
cured creditors will not receive 85 eet ta
on the'do.lar. The assignee finda himself
much embarrassed. He baa less than K M
cash on baud, and the men are clamoring
for tbe-r pay earned since the 1st of Se
tember op to the 17th of this moot ,
amounting to $38,000? Toe court hits
given the assignee fail power to take sue It
measures as may be necessary to relief
BAD LUCK FOR BARNUM.
Hi Circus Train Wrecked and Tv Men
' Iaataat)y Killed.
'Macon, Ga., Oct. 2K Bnrnum's circlet
train. In five sections, left here yesterday
morning at A o'clock for Athens, on tts
Covington and Macon road. Five milta
from Wonticello the trainmen lost con
trol of the third section on a long dowt
grade, and it dashed luto the rear of the
second section on the end ot which
was tbe cook's car, preceded by a
car containing horses. A man name I
Kelly, of Kalamaioo, Mich., wat
killed, and another man, name unknown,
was badly hurt. Eight horses la the for
ward car were killed. The two engines
pulling tbe third section were derailed
and badly damaged, as were six freight
cars following. The fireman of the first en
gine, Li w is Glenn, was Instantly killed.
The engineers of both engines and th
other fireman jumped. Tbe show will
1 ose two or three appointraensa.
Rioting has been renewed at several
points in Switzerland.
In an operation for cancer of the tongue
in New York city Saturday last the pa
tient's whole t ongue was cut oat.
The small catch of seals iu th Behr
ings sea fisheries has made the price ot
s-al sacques about double what it waa
1 tst year.
The non-union team fitters of Chicago
bave struck and joined with the union
men in a demand for an equalization ol
hours and wages.
The indepeudent oil refineries of the
O.iio petroleum field bave organised a
combination in opposition to the Stand
ard Oil Company.
Two to four inchas of enow fell in th
mountains near Kooxville, Tenn , Mon
day night, in some places on the still;
gren leaves oa tne trees.
Belle Hamlin and Justina lowered their
record Monday on the Independence, lav.
tracK tioing tbe mile in 2:13, one-fourth of
a second better than their former record.
The steamboat Alexander Swift broke
in two on the Mouongabela river near
Ulenwood, I.t , Tuesdav morning. She
was vaiueu at suou. Tbe crew escaped.
Atlanta, Ga., has been selected by the
Rrolherhood of l.ocoruotive Engineers as
the next place of meeting, and tbe time
iay i., isirj. rvtture conventions will be
Biomarck was not invited to tbe festiv
ities of the 1 9oth anniversary of Von
.-uoiike s oirtb. in otber words the young
emperor deliberately snubbed tbe man
who msdj Uermau unity,
letter reports from Prairie da Lana
near Kelleville. Ills., show that roam?
Rittenhouse, the maniac who ran amock
there Monday, was killed by bis own
rather, whom he attacked aud who
crushed his skull with a grubbing hoe.
"George Francis Train, from Taooma.
Sd hours, was scrawled in tbe Palmer
bouse, Chicago, register Monday. Th
great jlobe-girdler was en route to New
York and stopped only to tell Chicago
mat oe was going to lower the trans-continental
Tbe importers of New York are invok
ing tbe courts to see if they cannot knock
out tbe McKinlev bid. Two points will
be urged that the bill waa never paajed.
because counting a Quorum is u neons I.
tutional. aud that the omission of part of
seetiou ou mvaiiuatea tne wnole bill any.
Because site testified against him, and
was therefore-the cause of sending him to
tne penitentiary, .lames Preneil.elias Con
nors, tried to kill Mts. Alice Oakes on
Wabash avenue, Chicago, Mouday even
ing, a policeman stopped him just In
time. Pienell was just out of orison
Mid had threatened to "get even" with
testrnetlva Prairie Fire.
Fremont, Neb., Oc 29 A disastrous
prairie has swept over the bottoms of tbe
Platte river, beginning Monday afternoon
and buruing far into the night. It is said
to bave bnen set by an engine on the
rremont, r-ithorn and Missouri Valley
railroad. At a Doint four miles east r,f
Frenion , on the farm of W. H. Har vey.
j.oou ions oi nay, vaiuea at H.WO,
were destroyed, with no insurance.
Anthracite Is lOCeats Dearer.
New York, Oct. 29. The Western An
thracite Coal Association met yesterday
and decided upon a raise of 10 cents a ton
in tne price or anthracite coal at Chicago
auu an laae porta
SOME MORE ABOUT THE "COLONEL."
A Montreal Man Who Saw Him with
Blrchall In London.
'MoJ.Tr.EAL, Oct. 29 A gentleman ot
this city named Stevens, proprietor ot tbe
Hope coffee house, tells this story about
mrcuai. ami-ma mend tbe "Colonel": In
January last Mr. Stevens was in Ixndon
and met the Bircfaalls at Morlay's hotel
on Trafalgar square, where all of them
had rooms. On tbe day of Lord Napier's
death he was taking breakfast in tbe ho
tel, tbn companions at bis table being
Bircball, Beuweliand an American, said
to be from the southern states, and who
was ctlled "-Colonel." Stevens did not
know them then, and they impressed him
as three men w ho were on a spree in Lon
The "Colonel" was a Load Man.
At the table, while waiting for break
fast, the trio kept up a loud conversation,
the loudest talker being the so-called
"Colonel," a thick set man of about 45 or
50. with a smooth shaven face, heavy jaw
and dark moustache, and who wore on
almost every occasion a big medal with an
eagle on it at tbe end of a long ribbon on
the breast of his frock coat. Stevens got
into conversation with them and Blrchall
told them that as he was a stranger, and
Birchall's father being a speculator in
new theatrical enterprises, he (Sirchall)
would lie delighted to get bim passes for
any theatre he might wish to attend.
The offer was declined. Some nights
later Mr. Stevens met Bircball and the
"Colonel" in tbe Gaiety theatre and was
invited to join tbem and Mra Bircball In
their box. This he also declined.
Told a Fair Story.
During a chat with the "Colonel" he told
Mr. Stevens that be represented a syndi
cate of car lmilrl..N wKa 1. 1 K.. ; 1. - ....
- UVi uu wuu, m var
of a superior kind, and that be hoped.
U . . v. 1 1 : ... .
.uiuugu oircoaii s mnuence. to nave Mr.
Stevenson. Bircball' father-in-law, give
the car a trial in England, and in that
case their fortuue would b made. What
looked strauge to Mr. Steven was that,
though tbey left for Canada only a week
after him. f.!l0V nPV mantlnnul , rt l.l
theirintentioutodo so. From what Mr.
Stevens saw of Bircball he cannot believ
that he killed Renwell and think. . h
that letter from tbe "Colonel" is genuine
the authorities would do well to locate
" hat They Think at Wood atoek.
Woodstock. OnL. Oct xt Th. nnkii.
cation of the "Colonel" letter has created
quite a sensation here and many are
now ready to gtelieve that Bircball really
had a confederate as he has all along
claimed, and his confederate did the actu
al killing. Taken in connection with
some etatements of Bircball there Is some
crromida for this hellf Tk T'inn.i.s
' - wwiwuvi m
letter affords material which supplies th
missing una to make Birchall's slate-
IIlcntM rf the nief.nmati.MAAa ........C -u.
- -',, Biuuiu) iun
death of Ben well highly probable, fiirch-
au siatea inu n db nau nan any suspi
cion that fa wonld be arrested for a crime
he did not commit he never would have
remained in Canada. As many day
lapsed between the death of Ben well I
ard th arrest of Birchall. this fact give
umuuiriuH piaoaiouiiy ta xuicbau'a
Hlalaw Vialia Fort Kkmri
miCAeo, Oct. 29. -Secretary Blaine and
party of friends visited Fort Bbaridasi
Featerdav and k. ... li.l . . "
ib. .it,,. i"''?1
new military poet. . .
. wMcuuuuinn or
1HE BOOK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29. lDO.
REPLY TO A CKITIG.
Mint Director Leech on the Sil-
CIUTICISM3 OF A CONGRESSMAN.
Flower Finds Fault with the Method
Fanned tv the Treasury la Three Par
tleulars What th Director Says About
th Matter Th Decline ia the Price
of th Metal and How It Came About
Sosae Mistakes of the Speculator.
Washington Citt. Oct 29. Edward
O. Leech, director of the mint, has mad
public the following statement:
My attention has been called to certain
slat menta attributed to Mr. Hon well P. Flow
er in an Interview on silver which appeared la
an interview in the Humtay edition of The
New York World. Mr. Flower t rilicisea the
treasury method of pun-basing silver in these
"first, that the large pnrrhasee'by the de
partment do not Include all the silver bought:
second, that tbe London price Is used as a
basis of government purchases; third, that the
bids to the government are on a decimal sys
tem and tend to favoritism."
The CHticlama Replied te.
Mr. Leech says as to the first criticism
that the only silver purchased by the gov
evernment not included in the large pur
chases are those made for the benefit of
the small producer, and from him direct,
by superintendents of the mints, at a
price fixed daily by the director of the
mint corresponding with the market price
of silver. Tbey average possibly 500, 0J0
ounces per month. Regarding the sec
ond complaint Mr. Leech says it is untrue
without tbe least foundation in fact,
the New York price being taken always
as the basis: but the treasury will not re
fuse, a bid because it is lower than the
New York rate. This was not the cae
under the last administration, which
always used the London price as the basis
and tried to get the silver at that
price minns cost of shipment and insur
ance, claiming that silver was worth less
in New York than iu London.
As te th Decimal Basis.
Director Leech then proceeds: In r gard to
tne government quotations being ou,a dec
imal basis, Mr. Flower is made to say: 'The
suspicious and aignlacant fact iu rdsrard to
the government's purchases, of late, is that
nooses orrenng large lots have been under bi 1
by the hundredth part of a cent. The govern.
menta quotations are oa a decimal basis,
which is a great advantage to those who may
have advanced information in regard to the
pr oe me government la willing to pay on a
given date." In regard to tills it n be said
that tije rovernmt.nt has no scale of its nwn
and bi ldersuse whatever scale su ts them
best. Any person who hs si ver may offer it
at any p-ice he sees fit. If one house happens
to o u a decimal lower t ban tbe other, is the
government to decline the 1 iwer bit because
of the decimal? The idea ut any seller having
"advance information" as to t.ie price the
government will pay is ridiculous and impos
sible, l tie oircra ror tbe sale of silver are all
made by teleirrabh within a few minutes of I
o'clock and th treasury lias no .idea of what
it win pay until all the offers are cpmed, its
acceptances being governed entire y by the
oners, i near, oners and acceptances are en
ivrva in a ouoK, ana toe reconts are open for
pub.ic iDspsctloa. Tne whole bnaioeea dues
not tax nrteeu minatea.
Recant Decline la Price.
"In regard to the recent decline in the price
oi silver, tne causes wblcb bave operated to
iiroauce It are so apparent that thev needonlv
t state! that their full force may be meas
ured. In the first put e the visible stock of
1 Venn .New iork has nut sensibly decreased.
i.otwitbstan'1 ing tbe par bae by tbe govern
went of 1S,'!T,4.S ounces of silver sine Aug.
It Thl large and undiminished stock,
amounting to-day to 7.216, ; ounces (the
a mount covered by certificates!, is a standing
menace to the price of silver, and bis of itself
been sufficient lo thaite public confidence in
A Corner In the Metal.
If the large western refineries had allowed
UasU- proluct to take iu usual course, that ia.
o Terea it ror sale to tne gu vera men t at cur.
is-nt trice and sold the remainder abroad,
tins stock would not have a cumulated, bat
in tbe nopee of realizing a larger prorit they
noio. uieir surer ror mont be prior to the I
sage cr the new law, or deposited it in New
York for rerun- ate, and the r suit has been
tl actutnulatlou or a visible stock of such
magnitude aa to deprec ate the price. It Is
very unfortunate thatth s stock was allowed
to accumulate, and espe iaily that certificates
wre allowed to be issued on it and inun.ii
ted by a national bank and listed on tin.
6t ck Exchange to be dealt in on margins as
Resalt of the Operat ion.
It bas made a football or silver, to be ki ked
around at the pleasure of bulls and bears. In
my judgment Were should be a law enacted
ag. dost dealing in money metals on mamins.
Aliio, the usual demand for snver for export
nan almost entirely ceased. ot only ia this
the cae. but large quantities of foreign silver
ha" been shipped to the United States. This
is shown conclusively by the fact that ttie im
ports of r liver into tbe United States from
Mar 1 to Sept, Si of the present year bave ex
ceeded tLe exports by 4.a,iT5, whiU for the
oor-rspoudta period of last year the exports
oi silver excess, i in imports by ,..f l,wo-a
mnnrenc or 1 S.-',Hi5.
Reduction of Shipments West.
D irlng the same period tbe shipments of
euvor to in a ia nave not sensibly decreased, al
though latterly they have been below the usnal
am. out. Hence the supply for India has been
obta Ined in Europe, or t least elsewhere than
the L'nited Mates. So. too. in regard to the
natural moveme t of silver to China, Japan
abd the straits from San Francisco. Not one
oanie of silver bullion has been shipped to the
Orient from San Francisco since May 1 of this
year, while over $4.(Mi,iUi worth was sbip;d
dnri'igthe same period of last year. These
fac. of themselves are sufficient to account
lur t ae decline wblcb bas taken place.
Some Other Influences.
Tie director then relers to 'roorbacks"
telegraphed from Londoa to the effect
that the gold standard was to be adopted
by some nations, and paper money by In
dia, and other similar reports, aa addi
tional reason for the decline in silver.
He says also that wa are in the midst of
tbe most active silver mining season, and
that many mines are being worked which
have bsen shut down. He gives the sil
ver n en some hope in stating that no new
finds are reported, and that nnless this
should occur the stock of silver can not
be materially increased. Sliver is not
like cereals or manufactures. When a
vein ia worked out another one can not be
prod Deed in the same place.
A Defence of th Treasury.
Com hiding, th diret tor says: No sensible
person likes to make prophesies, especially on
a subject which bas proved so illusive as sil
ver, bi t certainly on who "has made at Inn
study of the -diver question" t referring to Mr.
Flnwei J ought to nnd in the facts mentioned
sufflcent oauses for the re ent decline without
seeking lmmaglnary re. on and casting slurs
oa the treasury method of pun-bases. The
new silver law has been executed by the
treasury department in tbe utmost good faith
and In die same friendly spirit towards silver
which character!, .d the isusuuni of tk. .t
and the manner of its execution has not had
th mint remote bearing npon the recent de
cline in prioe.
Gladstone ha written a letter to Mad
ame Ptittl complimenting her on her per-
iwiiue4iuBs tu avug.
The Granger Waa la Lack.
B CHI. KOTOS. IaV.Oct. 29. H. B Mullen-
berger, s farmer living near Gladstone,
Ilia . cane tn town MnnHsv Mft.MMnn
and wat persuaded to enter a gambling
nouse. aa naa no wnen be went la, and
at 9:80 lit nlirht he c hi. r.V..L . f
$19,017. The sporting fraternity ot this
city is iiuny wild over tbe great "run."
Suicided While Despondent.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 29. Christian Reese a
shoemai r, blew oat hi brains with a
bullet ftimt revolver at his residence on
King's highway early yesterday morning.
Deceasee leave a widow and several chil
dren. F a had basin In 111 K..UK r.
era! months, and was despondent. .
Heaiy Seateaee for Mall Robbery.
Washi fOTo City, fv g tv,
ldaat has arranted a narrinn to r-k rr
Condon, coDvioted in Wyoming of rob-
waue: uv uiaiia earn euibouceu lo 11 1 e 1 IH
tisuuiiiiiiit V-Mk oa -tarn ti.. 1
Was granted on account cf Coudou's
VMlth an 1 hi. f-.l.l- 1 1 . U
- - " im, iu. ui. unuiu.
Deal h of Mark Twain's Mother.
K-toSXI, la., Oct, ti. Mrs. Jane
Clemens, mother of Sam Clemens, better
Known am Mark Twain, died Monday
evening, ied 87 years.
' Vallar ta Denver.
Dnrxa Coin, rw u ts a
a uo IU sat
Hatnnal XX .1, a. CI . , . . .
' - .aw as onm, waqt Bi gent
furnishers talked yeaterday. LLabiliUea.
arm Imn - -
w.www ... -
We leasi Will Be a Chleea-a .
WaTXKt U.LS, Ma. Oct. sa C II. Nel
son baa at oeptad s Tory flattering offer to
xhlbit th stallion Nelaon at th Amri
a Hurst xbibiUoa la Cbioasro. Ha
started for that city hi morning. -
MUST BE CRUSHED.
The Western Union Declares
A CRUSADE AGAINST LABOR UNI05
All th Telegraph Companies Alleged te
Have Combined to Kill th Organisation
While It I Weak The Mask Throw
OS" at Last and th Trn SlgatScaae
Recent Dismissal Announced Th
Brotherhood Mnat Oe lathe Cry.
Chicago. Oct. -Membership in th
Bratberbood of Telegrapher has at last
oeen given as the reason ot the dismissal
of about a dozen employes ot the West
era Union Telegraph company in this
city. Not that the mers fact of their con
nection with the organisation was su In
dent to induce th company to resort to
drastic measures. General Superintend
eotClewry mated last night that men
who have Joined the brotherhood have
rendered themselves obnoxious to the
company by sbnslng it sod saying harsh
things about the way the wage seal waa
managed, when no real grievauc existed.
Three men were dismissed from the em
ploy of the company yesterday for this
reason, and the plan adopted two weeks
ago will be carried out until the meu
abandon their brotherhood pledges.
Combined for Proscription.
With this fiat, that has become gener
ally known among the company's em
ployes, comes another which reaches still
further. Col. dowry bad a conference
with Superintendent Parker, of the Pos
tal Telegraph company, last Monday.
What the result ot that conference waa
has not transpired, but it ia significant
that several operators who had been dis
missed from the Western Union and had
since been employed by tbe Postal re
ceived notice to quit work yesterday . A
party met yesterday at tbe offices of the
Western Union. The party consisted of
Col. dowry; Vic President and General
Manager Baker, ot the Postal Telegraph
company; ueneral .Manager Tuttle. o.'tu
rtorin American Telegraph compa-.i?, and
.-superintendent lubbs, of tbe Western
The First BI ow Struck.
Though It was said that Mr. Baker ami
Mr. Tuttle were only passing through
Chicago, it 1 known that some agree
ment was made concerning the snnnres-
sion of tbe new brotherhood. With the
dismissal from the Postal of the man who
was the first to be discharged by tbe
western union a week ago last Satur
day, came the first bio. An operator at
Armour & Co.s was "fired" yesterday for
nis connection with the brotherhood, and
A. J. Morris, th man who led the great
atriKe or imj, received bis discbarge Mon
How the Men Took It.
When the men learned of bis dismissal
they openly expressed their indignation
at the unjust treatment accorded him.
The executive council met yesterday aft-
noon at 'he Sherman house, and the poa-
aiDiuiy or a strike waa discussed with
great vehemence. That Morris should be
dismissed when he had merely entered hi
name as a member of the brotherhood waa
considered an outrage on the right of an
American citizen, Some of the younger
members were eager to strike immediate
ly, but this was discountenanced by tbe
leaders as a little prematura. Tbe treat
ment of the men at St. Paul came np for
discussion, and sympathy was expressed
Not Yet Ready for a Strike.
But the leaders ot the brotherhood in
Chicago are not yet ready for extreme
measures. In the Western Union tbe op
erators wbo belonged to '.be brotherhood
were dismayed at the turn thing were
taking. They .talked it over yesterday.
The possibility ot a favorable ending to a
strike was fully discussed, bnt the opera
tors were not inclined lo "walk out" nn
less they were goaded to it by the com
pany. The coalition between tbe various
telegraph companies will bring about one
of the two issues. It will precipitate a
strike or utterly suppress the brother
hood. Some ot Thent Weakening.
Already. Col. Clowry states, several
brotherhood men who were dismissed
have come back to tbe company. There
is no desire on tbe part of tbe Western
Union to punish the men, but they are
required to renounce the brotherhood be
fore tbey will lie re-employed. This sev
eral have done and they bave been placed
in tbeir old positions. The operators
think that in the present state of tbe or
ganization the game ot "freeze out"
would be detrimental to them. The
brotherhood is too young to fight the cor
poration snccessf ully. Th fuuds are in
sufficient to support an army of men out
Want to Bide Their Time.
For this reason, more than any otber,
the leaden wish to avert a strike. It is
their intention to gain the co operation of
the railway telegraphers before proceed
ing to extreme measures. . Before that
time, however they mar be forced into a
strike, as one of the brotherhood men said
yesterday. Tbongb there was practically
no grievance against the Westem Union
in regard to compensation and hour of
work, the determination to suppress the
organization might bring about a seriou
result. The Western Union officials do
not fear any strike. The coalition formed
is ot such a nature that they consider the
men will not be able to fight against it.
With the avenues ot employment closed
to the strikers, it wonld only be a matter
of a few days when tbe men would wish
to come back.
A WALK-OUT AT ST. LOUIS.
The Discharge of Tea Mara Operators
Makes Others Indignant.
ST. LOCia. Oct, 29 At the Western
Union telegraph office yesterday two
more operator were discharged and th-ie
places were ordered filled by other em
ployes, w ho refused to taka tbeir places.
The first onerator refusing v. a mmaiL
ately discharged, whereupon some twelve
or uueen oi in Deat men donned their
coats and walked nut Isim, nt ik. -,
.- v.F.ur w, twv B.I la
era are not members of tbe brotherhood.
sua state mat, tne aiscnarga of tbeir com
panions was tne cause of tbeir walking out.
Two Dischargee at Kansas City.
Kansas Citt. Oct. as Two v ,..-
Union operators, members of the Broth-
ernooa or i eiegrapbers, were discharged
here veaterdav bv ("Thief rn.in. t-
J vfK.n.v, VU
son. No reason was given them for tbeir
aiamutsai, out it was intimated that they
were discharged because tbey were broth
erhood men. One of them denied belong
ing to the order, and was takes back
pending no investigation.
The Assault on Mrs. Signs.
Boc-XK. Ia. Oct 29. There ara son
hopes that Mrs. S. J. Signs may recover
from the murderous aaaanlt mad on her,
but she is still very low. Daring lucid
interval she made a statement that aha
did not recognise her assailant. Sus
picion la now being gradually directed to
Austin Signs, ber 17-vear-oid adantad enn
and nephew. Tbey quarreled the day be
fore tbe assault, and sh threatened to
disinherit him. He is being closely
Th Fight Against Elect rotaaaaata-
TROT. N. Y.. Oct. 29. Counsel for
Cal Wood, sentenced to death bv
electricity for killing Leander Pa.
co, HI fatber-ln-Iaw. in Warren
county, bas served papers on ths
warden of Dnnnrmore nrisnn for a ats
execution. Wood was to bave been exe
cuted during tbe week beginning Nov. 5,
out tie stay win compel a postponement
until tbe appeal is settled.
The Illinois State Tac
Springfield, Ilia, Oct, 29. -Governor
Fiferandtbe auditor of Dublie accounts
yesterday made a state levy of 36 cents on
..nbk ailU, aMt-l. . 1 I .
awavu muv nurm w Lsxsoie property tn
th state, ot which fci.Vf cents are levied
for revenue purposes, which is expected
a .1 a,,, iuui a ... - ,
vinuuuw ei, i w.ooo, auu oe&ts lor
school purposes, which I Intended to
produce H.OOO.UOu. S-S
Pant Assesag School Childress,
BaLTIMOKX. Oct. Fire sraa dlaooe.
red la St, Francis colored acbooL and
when tbe cry of fir went ap tber was a
Danic anions- the aSQO nnnila ia ik. .k. i
ranging from to IS years. Kati Smith,
aged 20, leaped from a third story win
dow and received fatal injuries, Th fir.
kl,li...l,.i. ..;... .,,. -J7
lump, HiNr Wa
tloguished and the pa uic allayed. - -
NEARLY PRECIPITATED A STRIKE.
A Hallway Saperint endent Compelled te
ALBCQfERQUK, N.M.,Oct, 301. An order
for a general tie-up on tbs Atchison, To-
peka and Santa F and Atlantic and Pa
cific road was about to be given out hers
yesterday afternoon, A atrik among tb
yard switchmen her baa been in progress
for several days and the switching has
been done by Division Superintendent
Madge, Trainmaster Kasley and the yard
masters. Yesterday when Freight Con
ductor Gifford arrived he waa ordered to
make up bis train or consider himself dis
Preferred To Re Dlscharced.
He accepted the discharge, and In a
few minute a meeting of th passenger
and freight conductor, engineers, fire
men, switchmen, brakemen aud train
men generally was heltLand it was agreed
to order a general tie-up. Tbey rescind
ed the order on being Informed that tb
division superintendent regretted hut
action, and had made up tbe train him
self, and thereby annulled tbe discharge.
Three Trainmen Injured.
CRESTo.s, Ia.. Oct, SO. By the derailing
of a treight tram east of Creaton Monday
night a train following collided, wreck
ing seven cars and the engine and scald
ed Engineer Clapp aud Fireman McCartj
ney, aud Urakemau Krvin. Tbeir injuries
were pitinrul, but not fatal.
Rnn Down by a Trala.
New IIavkn, Conn., Oct. 4ft On of
the express trains on the shore lin di
vision of the New York and New Haven
railroad struck a party of men at work on
a bridge nearf Lyme yeelerday and two
ot the civil engineers in the employ of th
Whit Caps as Labor Reformers.
ALItrtJl KKQUE, N. M., Oct. 2il.-Wh.lt
Caps rode into Lamy Junction Sunda
night and posted a notice at the store of
iiliair. Sayle which told bun that be
must pay bis woodeboppers $3 a-r cord
and his teamsters l per cord lor bauliug,
on pain of death.
Buried Coder Tons of Karth.
Oudks, Utah, Oct n Two Italian la
borers were buried alive iu a landslide
in a canon fifty miles north of here on th
Utah Northern railway Sat u tst ay even
ing. One man was rescued fatally In
jured. The other is still under hundred
ot tuns ot earth.
A Tie for the Championship,
Hr.xi.LV;, N. Y., Oct. 29. Tbe seventh
base ball game in tbe championship series
was played yesterday resulting in favor
of Louivil 0 to 2, batteries Klirel and
Lckbecker, lvett and Daly. This makes
three games for each club and one tie.
Made the .lumping Record.
lbi-ToN. Oct. -.9 At the last outdoor
nieetiug of the Kostou Athletic associa
tion )eterlay afternoon, K. B. Blosa, of
Harvard, in I lie running hop, step and
jump, cleared 4-1 feet US' inches, tliuse-
tanlisliing a new Ano-rir in record.
A Rich Find In Kentucky.
Ulellvill Ky. Oct, i. Large
Dels of asphalt bave been discovered tnree
miles from l.eie. Underlying the asphalt
is a large suppiy l crude oil. The find
bas created real excitement and capital
lets are line-lu itinc;
Rome and the Ita-aneM l.sw.
Kit Claikl, Wis., Oct. W The Ben
nett law was taken np again in the
Catholic ciuin hes here Sunday in obedi
eti-e lo the command ,.f the bishop.
hat ber Kelly, at St. Patrick's church
preached nuainst the Uw as unjust and
unnecessary, and exhorted the cont;rega-
lion to pray for us rvical. t at her ltodiin.
at the Uermau church of the Sacred
Heart, was more particular. He urc.l
the people to register without f.nl. as no
votes can l sworn iu. ami lo vote onlv f.ir
candidates w ho lavor the repeal id the
A Sine en the Mngrra.
Yes." said the minister. '-I have bade
farewell to mv .iigT.irati,n. I have
detenniii.d to go and try convert the
Then snr. lv. Mr. Whancvr " kiM the
soprano reproai-lifnlly, "yon won't for
get to visit your choir." Philadelphia
To Get Clean.
Mother Jolinnv. tins i sitn,-.i.a,
night, ami yon must take your hath.
Johnnv But. ma. I'vo lieen in la-iin.
min twice every Jay this week!
Mother That's all the) more reason
you need a U-ith now. Iwtwrt nee Amer
ican. Sweet Chsril,.
Johnny Plea.se. j., 1. 1 tne have a
quarter to give to a ;ir. lauie man.
Pa Who i the iss.r. lame man.
Johnny Er well, tia. he's the ticket
seller down at the) circus. West Shore.
lie Had Scruples.
"Do yon have to listen to that idiot on
the next fliHT K-r.i'iiii continually on
"Yes. sintv I h.-.ve srmr.les; acainst
killing Lira. He is mv father.'" Hais
( HM'W.1. H . a
.'Oottl.ci oa llir. b sr I of tra-lo tiwlav
Were a- itiiiuss- U h - v.. V. ....... i
"lei'r 1 f 1.1' 4. l"ssl rl.-a lxsario.'a r. oa-na
I."S. rinse, rl.l'-V .!. o--iM-,l tl.i.T'a.
closed M. e'4. f.u - u S IkdoSa-r. os-ihs1
aud rersni il: lee.iil-r. oirnel ft IV,
clixe-l Smgrz Mav. ms-nrsl .'a. . I.w. I
thus No ; ta iols-r, i-iieJ and ch-wil ,
December, ois-ncd ta-. . u.r
Ois-ned ".4c. ciostsl Iork Novemrarr.'
oned fle.liS. rlc-cd n. January. pn-l
SLi.ii, rltned tlSSi: May. oi-neJ ti ..,
cliwed (UXi l-trd-November. ojwtieJ H&T.i
ckwsi j. a.
Uve Stis-k 1'tilon at.. Ir ,.mI. ,i u . ,
Market opened sloa- and ca-v. prices not
quotauty lower. rkera bu ing eisinnvlv:
ll.-bt grades. S-l 4H.I.I IV con jit ....I-., .is..
u: mixed, :i!i44.di: heavy ckm. aud
aiitiiiang iois, .v-k, t.oa.
ITuliue: clutter hsocv s-narat.ir. Sle per
: tine s-at hered cremm lu.t-kL.. s., .i.
dl-c. tints Fresh canllri, I kit. Is;, per
do, lave lawltry bickens. hens and smug
chickens. M,itc per t.; turkew. S,l.lui-. ducks.
"V- l'oltoe- boi.-e to fsucy. ;ti:v ier
bu.: Wisconsin, S.'.ur: sweet otitoes. 1m a,
-'sK's Aivlns -lluuois gresu COOSIUf.
,' :5jh;i p.r boi.; eating. 1..J JU.il
Nsw Yoaa. Ca t. S.
Utnal-n - ..I ... k a, .u.
do Ikeemlar. Il.ll a.-- a,, J.,.. tnu.
do May. 91.111 Cta-n-Xo. 3 mixed SM.c
cash: do Not.iulier fiC-- .1.. tw. e...
do May. S Sc. tiats-suiet but steady: So. f
mixed cash. 4 ti. do Novrmla-r. S-sc: do Lle
cnunrr. uk . Hye-Hull. Barley-Nominal.
ors-iun: uie-s, u.i,4i-jsj. Itd-Noml-
1.1-e atfa-kr 1 r , r . l.. i .
. . - - - ... uv iiarnny ia
beeves: drmast tf . . - ...... . ...
te f SlHs-pand iambs-Trade dull and
Slow, but pries n.K g-eatly loner-, -lie -p. s u
li'-'rMN lanb, t-VTS s aTst. H g -
metr; I ce nogs, lUUcl. I (i I.U Is
Has Vnlana bhIm. s ms, -a
aUyTluMUi s oiijl . 40.
Bay-Wild, 10 tu.
Cord WooS O tSU).
A prominent nhtiiciis and nu .
surgeon in eastern lows was railed sway
from home for s few dsva. Itorina. t...
absence one of the children c on Lr acted s
severe com. and fats wife bouRht s bottle
of Chsmb.rlain'a flnu'oh Rnsale tnm i.
Tbey were so much pleased with the
rcuueuy mat lory afterwards used sev
eral bottles st various limts. lie said
from experience with l, be regarded it at
tbe most reliable preparation in use fnr
colds, and tbat il came tbe nearest of be
ing as specific of any medicine Le bad
ever seen. For tale by ilanz t Babn
In th pursuit of tbs good things ol
Li rorlf era antteinata aa ank .
sat cm " the heart and iamaai f
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
tbesa. Tb reamlu obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic fsrsxrjesd
all claims. It care dyspepsia, aad all
Itomach. liver, kidnew aas ki.a-.
troubles. It ia a nen-faxt tnL- i.
blood purifier. sure cure for sgse and
tnsJsrial cUsaaass. Prios, 60 cents, of
AST POPULAR PRICES
Is always to be found at
Robt. Krause's Clothing Emporium,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVtNPORI u.
i Pocket Cutlery
Ws Lsve Table Cutlery,
f Kitchen Cutlery
cl?s for the h
Falll ine of mechanus tool:)
THE UOLINE SAVINGS BANK
(i-sanea by th Leflslatsreof Illtnoia.)
MOL1NE. - IT.TaS.
Opea dally from a. M. to t P St .. aad on Tare
Interest allowed on Des posits at tbe rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annua.
Deposits received ia am on nt si of
f I and Upwards.
i ae prr-au propeny or in Traaieee Is reenoa.
slid te U Seposttor. Tbe oSUara are pmkiM.
led frost baerowiaa any of Its atoaeya. M mors
sad saarrled woae arutected by social law.
Orrtcsas: S. W. Wassior:. Prcsldeat: Fas
TsaSaaiRSB. Vie rrrstdeat: c. r. utis,i.
Tacerss:-- W. Wheetock, porter ktBer.
C. r. Oraseaway, t. Silas Less, u U Bdwsrds.
nirani usrilBf. a. n. w rwbt, i. S. tau, L
B. Uesa-awsy. C. ViUtSsa.
trTb only chartered sTiiirs Batik is Rock
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S.l f IW,SiS. fTaraWa aaies.Jiaall.Sa fm
Mfc.k U ii. - -1.-: aJ avas L. a. m ImMo.
if OS ac.Bonl.iV.4
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t aft ailssl.
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-THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
EVER OFFERED IN TI1E TRI-C1TIE8,
In si! styles
Snow Shovels for Snow.
Coal Shovels for Coal.
Dirt Shovels for Politicians.
use tbat are saitaMa for Xmas
and baildcrs' Lardwar.
BEATS THE WOELD.
CARSE & CO,
1622 Second Avenue.
2011 Fourth Avr-cne, DraVr io
Confectionery, Cigars and Toys,
School Books, School Supplies,
S tm ?ssaw. -. , Bean. "
H. SIEMON & SON,
Baiter Banner Cooking and Ifestioc Store sad the (VtwsMwi CcKAir.g Si. ve.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1508 SECOND AVE, ROCK ISLAM. 11-1
. "W. CTOIsrES-
Second Hand Goods
Bays, telle ssa traoe say article.
aasfctmrf mil kinds af
BOOTS AND 8HOE3
Osala' FIB taoe a spsd-Jty. IUplr!a ea nraly sast proaapOy .
'-"--'"tlS AfeBMt lalaad. IU.
flupilalsT ef lae
Arcade CIGAR Store
AJtD TKMPKRAKCX BILLIARD AND POOL HILL.
So. lt09 8ECOXD AVEKUC
lsiprts4 Clean speeJaS, Tar feo4 1 ci(w call at las.-Areaaa."
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