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na, Rock liltnd. 111.
J. W. Potter.
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PAUSm.nlctlm..of serltlesl or "n,
ttr character, political or re Igloos, mnu hsrs
real name attached for pabllcatloo No
tlclee will be printed oTer octltloo aiiroaturea.
Anonvmoo conmanleetioo. not notlcsd. ,
Corre.pondei.ce solicited Iron erery township
In Hock Uland county.
TUEiDAV. NOVKMBM 11. IHW
It ii not unlikely tbat Aboer Taylor
will be defeated and Ewlng take nit
THK beloved Inter-Oeian wants the
democratic part Riven rope. The re
publicans were swung at tbe end of tbelra
a few dava aeo.
Tbk Chicago Tribune la still holding
up to scorn the McKinley bill. Up to tbe
dy of election the same paper was shriek
ing for tbe people to vote tor it.
It is a staggering fact to note that Jer
emiah Jagg, prohibition candidate oyer
In Iowa, was not able to pull hlaself to
gether sufficiently to be elected. He can
soberly reflect on tbe instability of all
Tuc Chicago and Kansas City packers
have rained the price of canned meats on
account of tbe increased price of tin
plate. Tbe price on tinned lard will also
be raised cent per pound. Tbe result
of tbe McKinley bill is lowering the price
of everything with a vengeance.
At tbe recent election the democrats
made John M. Palmer tbe next United
States senator to succeed Charles B Far
well, in this state, tbey secured a majors
ity in the lower house of congress; elect
ed . S. Wilson stile treasurer by nearly
13.0(H) majority; made Henry Kaab su
perintendent of put lie schools by about
35,000 majority; tlcted seven more dem
ocratic congressmen ami three trustees of
the S'ate university and provided for
eight United Stales senators in places
which were formerly retire ented by re
publicans. I.n a somewhat lengthy article in the
Union this morningan article which
bears the ear-marks of the Chicago Inter-Vi-ean-there
Is this sentence: "Repub
licans are very apt to forget their politi
cal duties." There is truth In that, and
the worst of It is tbey are forgetting them
now, more rapidly than ever before.
They forgot them when they paused tbe
McKinley bill; they forgot them when
tbey permitted U: force bill to pass tbe
house; they forgot them by permitting
Quay to remain at the head of the organ
ization; and they forget them wbea tbey
imagine they are the 'alt of the enrtb and
tbey can act accordingly.
Yoimo Mr. Cjuay was so indignant at
being told in a joke tbat his fstbet's
mull was now sent to the dead letter of
fice that he app'led at once to pious
Wanamaker, and thit bargain counter
gentleman had the woman at tbe deliv
ery window dismissed. These sensitive
qualities In ;oung Quay did not come
directly from his father, as the latter
gentleman could steal hundreds of thous
ands of dollars from the state treasury
and cot let a little transaction of that
kind bother him In tbe least. He thought
it beneath him to make even an explan
ation, and so adhered to' 'dignified silence."
The marked likeness between the young
sprout and the old man is In tbe matter
The republican bosses dearly love the
worklngman. Two days after the elec
tion just when the votes were counted
In McKinley 's district in Ohio, and ft
was found tbat the high-taring Napoleon
bad been defeated a large manufactur
ing firm in a neighboiing town reduced
tbe wages of forty-seven democrats 33
per cent, and the wa;oa of tbe republi
can employes were not interfered with.
The bosses were republicans, and took this
mode of revenge for tbe defeat of a bill
which made them milllonaries and their
employes paupers. This is the high
minded party which possesses all tbe
moral qualities, and wbo are making the
foreigners pay tbe taxes of this coun
Ut for tbe benefit of . -ic land
- "d be mitb-
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LIBERTY AMD LAW.
Relations Set Forth
A DE0ISI0U IN A LIQTJ0S CASE.
The Bight to gell Tanglefoot by the
Drink Not One of the Inalienable Ones,
Nor Inherent la Cltlaenehlp The
State's Authority Complete In the
Matter of Restrictions The Power of
Law to Regulate Individual Freedom
A Falsa AHDnptloo.
Washington Citt. Nov. 11. In the su
preme court of tbe United States yeiter
day Justice Field delivered tbe decision of
the court in tbe caae of P. Crowley, chief
of police of San Francisco, vs. Henry
Chrlstensen, appellee. The court decided
thRt the board of police commissioners of
San KraDcisco baa arbitrary power to
grant or refuse liquor licenses, and re
versed the order of the circuit court for
the northern district of California dis
charging the prisoner (Chriatenaen), who
was charged with selling liqnor without
license, and remanded the cause with di
rections to take further proceedings in
conformity with the opinion. Justice
Field discussed at length the relations be
tween the liquor bu-inesa and the lawa of
All Bustnrss Bubjatct to Restriction.
Ho says: kIt is undoubtedly true that
It la the right of every citizen to pursue
any lawful business aubject only tt such
restrictions as are imposed on all persons
of the same age, sex or condition. But
the poe-exaiou end enjoyment of this
riKht. and, indeed, of all rights, are sub
ject to such restrictions as may be
deemed by the governing authority of the
country essential to the safety, health,
peace, good order and morals of tbe com
munity. Even liberty Itself is not unre
stricted license to act according to one's
own will. It is only freedom from re
straint under conditions essential to the
equal enjoyment of the same rights by
others. It is then liberty regulated by
law. The regulations governing all the
varioua pursuits of life are almost infi
nite, varying with the nature or the busi
ness aoine regulations being desigued to
leaseu noise, others to protect health,
o'.hera to remove odors, aud so on.
The Personal Liberty Argument.
'It would hardly be necessary to men
tion this were it not for the position oftea
taken and vehemently pressed thnt there
is something wrong in principle and
Objectionable iu similar restrictions when
applied to the Idisiiiess of selling by re
tail intoxicating liquors. It is urged that
as the liquors are used as a beverage and
tbe injury following them if taken in ex
cess is voluntarily inflicted and is con
fined to the party offending, their sale
should be without restrictions, the con
tention ling that what a man should
drink, equally with what he shall eut, ia
not properly maiterfor legislation.
Why It Is Held To Be Faulty.
"Th.-re is iu this position an assump
tion of a fact which does not exist, that
when the liquors are taken in excess, the
Injuries are con fined to the party offend
ing. The injury, it is true, first falls
npon hi in in his health, which the habit
undurmines: in his morals, which it
weakens; and in self-abasement, which it
creates. But as it leads to neglect of bus
iness and waste of property and general
demoralization, it alfects those who are
Immediately connected with and depend
ent upon him. By the general concur
rence of opinion of every civiiiied and
Christian community, there are few
sources uf crime aud misery to society,
equal to the dramshop where intoxicating
1 quors, iu small quantities to be drunk at
the time, are sold indiscriminately to all
No Inherent Right to Sell Drama.
"The statutes of eveiy state .show a
greater amount of crime attributable to
this than to any other source. The sale
of such liquors in this way has heretofore,
at all times, lieeu considered the proper
aubject of legislative regulation. For that
matter, their sale by the glass may be ab
solutely prohibited. It ia a question of
public expediency and not of federal law.
There is uo inherent right of a citizen to
sell iutoxicating liquors by retail; it ia
not a privilege of a citizen of tbe state or
of a citizen of the United Stales.
Authority ol the State.
"In the prohibition or regulation of the
traffic, discretion may be vested in officers
to decide to whom to grant and to whom
to refuse liquor licenses. Tbe officers
may not always exercise the power con
ferred upon them with-wisdom or justice
to the parties affected. But that is a mat
ter which does not affect the authority of
the state, or one which con be brought
under the cognizance of the co'--s of the
United States "
Joseph Savory, the new lord mayor of
London, was installed in office Monday ,
Hannah Demon, 10 years and 11
mouths old, died Monday morning at
bouth Dartmouth, Mass.
The bishop of Lincoln, England, has de
clared himself in favor of shortening thIV,
uoura oi inoor tor worKtngmen. j.x.
The Roumanian Kovpj,jrv H(,r
ting a vast quantJ1-.-al'j;;. , ,', u allot
farms to 13 r .lHto Uml , (ru
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waa ami nnia t' lor ll. lni.oi. approit
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Tim llniilal pasltir'a i'iiii(iiriii uf N iv
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mural linti ui'lU'ii (m ill. td Hi N Vm k
Tlio Nett Vnik burse allow t'pvliad III
MmiIiskii liinli g tl dun, Nun Yurk elly,
Miiinla), null l.UM niui'io and a big at
1 liu tii'"''''" 'f the aiatw aie Issuing
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AuaiialiMit hall law tor liiiig ait
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he will iirdtabl.t aiivvosnt in killing
abttria Stum, a lll", ntsiiKxi Annie
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JAY COOKE'S GREAT FAILURE
Recalled by the Final Settlement of All
.. the Claims.
Philadelphia. Nov. ll. The trustee of
the estate of Jay Cooke & Co. announces
the payment of the final dividend upon
claims presented before Monday next.
Tbe final dividend will be 1 per cent, in
cash on fC, 451,000. besides certain shares
of stock to each tl.000 of claim to creditor
holding that amount and upward. With
the payment of this dividend the affairs
of Jay Cooke & Co. will be wound up and
the total amount of cash paid on it will
have been 15Vf per cent on 16,450,000.
The Original Liabilities.
The liabilities when the firm failed in
1873 were nearly 111,000,000. but this
amount has been reduoed by litigation,
compromises and various forms of re
demption to the figure above named.
There were 8,300 creditors when the firm
failed. There has been no dividend since
INS1, when the fourth one was distrib
uted. The fifth and final dividend brings
the last chapter of this historic failure to
Paid Every Claim In Full.
During the process of winding up the
Intricate affairs of tbeestate,the Jay Cooke
interest has acquired about one-half of tbe
outstanding claims through redemption
and purchase. Ia tbe distribution of
bonds and stocks to the creditors, the
amount in the aggregate realized
more than equaled the extent of
GOTHAM'S GIFT TO IRELAND.
The Parliamentary Party Raises S7,0OO
in One Night.
NEW Yokk, Nov. 11. The Irish parlia
meutary party arrived in this city late
yesterday afternoon aud were met at the
Grand Central station by Mayor Grant,
J. J. O'Donohue, Engene Kelly, and
others. They were then driven to the
Hoffman house, where, after dinner was
served, a reception was held. Governor
Hill arriving in time to participate. The
meeting was held in the Metropolitan
Opera bouse, which was packed with peo
ple, and when the parliamentary party
were seen on the stage, the applause was
deafening. Governor Hill presided, and
among the vice presidents were Urnver
Clevelatid, Ivi P. Morton, Chauncey M.
Depew, Mayor Grant, William M. Evnrts,
Charles A. Dana, and Gen. Shermsn.
Speeches and Contributions.
When Governor Hill was introduced as
president, hi introducer said he was the
American champion of borne rule. The
governor re.sp.mded briefly, and intro
duced John Dillon, who made a speech
reciting the Wiongs of Ireland, and stat
ing that he and his colleagues had deter
mined never to ask again for aid for fam
ine in Ireland, but to use all the funds ob
tained to ct rid of the cause of famines
British rule. O'Brien sp.ike in the same
strain, and so did O'Connor. All the
speakers were applauded "to the echo.
The total receipts of the meeting were
tr.otw. ot which Hwa) was takeu at the
box office. Among the contributors were
Governor Hill, who g ive an 1 Mayor
Grant, H,Hj Strong home rule resolu
tions were adopted.
HAD TO PAY FOR THE SLAVE.
A Case in a Missouri Court Which
Old Times. v
Kansas Citt. Mo.. Nov. 11 An inter
esting r minder of slavery days is the
case of Eitztbetli Botts against Thomas
F. Spencer and others, executors of Eli
jah Harvey. The case was appealed from
Linn county The statements set forth
that iu lS..y Elijah Harvey gave to his
daughter, Mrs. botts, upon her marriage,
or soon thereafter, a negro girl, whom
Mrs. Botts retained for a number of
years Hfterward. The slave finally became
ungovernable, and she was put up for
Iiiiln't Fu!Hll Ills Contract.
Earvey offered to take back I lie girl,
and either give his daughter choice of two
other slaves, or a. or before his death pay
fJ0 for her. The slave was returned upon
these term. Harvey died in l!7 without
having fulfilled the contract, either by
giving her another slave orpaing the
WOO. The cae was taken to the courts,
and she was given judgment. Toe C7urt
ot appeals sustained tbe judgment of the
Require Another Tidal Wave.
New Yokk, Nov. 11. The Herald's
Washington City special says; A food
deal of silly talk is indulged in regarding
a possible Democratic control of the sen
ate. Nothing but another tidal wave two
years hence could bring about this result.
The Republicans now control the senate
by a majority of fourteen. A gain of
seven Democratic senators would be uec
essary to tie the senate. The Republicans
would, however, still retain the ascend
ancy, inasmuch as the vice president in
such cases casts the deciding vote. The
Democrats will, therefore, find it neces
sary to elect successors to eight of the sit
ting Republicans before they will have a
f h ur Talk at a Kanquet.
T- 1 S
I 4'MK'N, Nov II - l.nrd Mallaliury made
a it4i!-h at lb liii'd manor' brtiiiU0t lant
tilgbt, Aflor iplurrtug to Kutii)H'ati af
faire al lontllh lie said I lint the lino Hal
ra iHiiiltl rrjoiev in tlio roaitlt of the tv
vent Aiueriiau Ipoi luu aa a pnreat
agatnat ettiatagant and aoltlali 'r.imi
Itoniaiii, but viiiiidtiatiiu iiiual tint bo
rashly ilraivii The piiaH-.d uf irulillt
Ulva tarllTa iiiual till latlMiH.it KualanJ
had Im rftMlialory larilT aidiemea Tim
goto riiiuriii. be aid, would not liilnrivre
In the Hiillug lalHir diainiW', ut bleli. It
was Urlirttal, wtmld llually a Ijliat I bent
vlYva. t ! a ttaatt tiiittil Man t. Ami,
Nxv Vtnta. Nov. II -W.dler Willanl,
alia "lllg" t altnr.a Im na airfaiml fsuu
dny on a i lnii.ui'f baviug deivvrd Mrs
Antr-lina t'oiirad here fi-oin llivi.killle,
lb ai'afit vount y. Kv . fur tltf fui poae it
at'llliiK bur tk'untei full itmnry, tta ar
ralguetl lu vtmri yra aidsy, but Judge
llllltt lllai'bsrga.l bun, owing lit Inaultl
tilnut rtliloitie Iu bold blm Mr, t'tuirad
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Tliuv saw no tmuy pasavd. and
Ike tna a taio ssmI liuruwa tin law wn
wblii U HUi I i.. ii I ts hld M' Con
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lla'y baa at-1 a good ejt.nidi (o ll 1. 1
low-niniiait'h wliii liiHM-lliiui.i'li'ldif It.
lie baa ilm luifd lo Ma, lb Italian parha
minl Itrtbe atatip elU'ttauvst i hicU wiird,
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I'iuhhi .t Naidra, heir lit Die ItuMiir, tu.
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ysmy k 4 wr tVU as Xe
TJIE ROCK ISLAND
A FATAL IS UMBER.
The Signature of a Vigilante,
1H2ILLIKQ TIMES OUT IN TEISC0.
The S rrrrt uimlltre of I83A Drain ol
the Man Kk Signed It Kiala Th
I'akntiwn M imber Nat in Jotlgmeot va
the TliiiKa, anil Mule It Safe la Live al
the jtlittn tiala lluw Juilye Terry
San KRAXtl-ci, Niv. II iid of ihe
noted tdiiiraoter of the early days ul
'Frisco. Isaac lllnxoui", ilin-t Sunday. He
w is made famous throughout Caltfornra
i il ou the const a vet rotary of (lie big
viilance committe of 1S.VI, of which
A illiam T. t'oleiniin was presidcut.
Every notu e to dtrxraibie-t to leave the
cii y waa sinned with Hluxome's niimlx-r.
thun: Secretary." S- di-ep vas the
aerecy in which the proceed inns of the
vigilance committee were kept that it was
ye irs before the names of the officers and
proruineut members were revealed. To
have disclosed tln in at the time, or for
mcnths after, would have been equiva
ler.t to signing the denth warrant of any
on.' of tbem.
Was a "Forty-XIner."
Illuxome was a New York man. whoae
mother was the daughter of Gen. De
Carnp, ah aid to Washington. Buxotne
came to California in '49. and at once lie
Kan business here as a merchant. When
the fir-it vigilance committee was formed,
P i tome acted ns riirht-hand man for old
Sjiih It -Hunan, the ex-Mormon leader and
eldor, who swore lu-ii.y. but cleared out
the rogues in short order. When the
more dangerous tram; of ballot-box sniff
ers, gamblers, and cutthroats gained con
trol of the city in 1S58 Coleman was called
npon to form a vigilance committee.
Bluxome, who was the thirty third man
to s gn the roll, waselected secretary, and
all official orders of the society were
A l'ortefitnua Siipiatar.
These c.tbulistic figures earned death or
waning to scores of tlesperare men, and
they and their pals swore vengeance on
this mysterious secretary. But though
ther were several hundred memliers of
the ..ommittce, not one violated the oath
of s-'crecy. and Blnxome escaped what
looked at onetime likecertain death. Blux
ome ail this time carried on his regular
busi'iess, and bis neighbors never dreamed
that the quiet, self-contained msn was
one of the powerful bodv that, hanged
the Murderer of Kditor King and drove
Into exile a ho-t of crimitmls. With the
single exception of Coleman he was prob
ably the most conservative man among
He Smv. ,1 Jitl3e Terry Lire.
It was mainly to his efforts that Judt'e
Terry owed his life after his release by
the viuilaiict) committer. Bluxome and
his fi ierid smuuleil Terry out of vi-ilann-
lieaiiquarters to a -acraineiro river
steamer while the mob of SINK) men
chocked the streets in front of the build
iusr h jwliug for Terrv's bloo.1. Nothing
could have saved Terry from lynching
bad ke got into that crowd, wiiic-h was in
eei s;l liecauso the vig lance commitlra
bad t.ot coudemed Lnn to the gilw
Blux 'me found the duties of secretary
too banl, and resigned after eighteen
montns' seri-e,but his was thedangrous
work iu tbe most exciting timet When
he retired the power of tin! vigilantes was
MRS. CARTER'S SUCCESS.
The llilcago Iivorre t.ives ew Yorkers
a Kevela' Ion.
New YoHK, Nov 11 Mrs. Islie Car
ter n tide n n ut -qualified success c I er
first apiesrauce on the stag. She
scored a g nuine hit at the Broadway
theatre Inst night. Tie enterprise of
ni'iki: g an iniportaut actress of Mrs.
Carter was very licbtly regnrde.1 a yenr
ago. Although new entertainments were
given in two ether Briadway houses,
tbe and enc-e includcl a surpris
ingly large number of those who d-vo;e
their Monday nights to what they deem
the must remarkable sta?e revelstioa in
town. Tbey found it, for the deb it of
Mrs. Carter was neither a fiasco bora
bare eicape from a failure. N r was it a
scant t.uci ess. It was the disclosure of an
actres- who rose into stage distinction
wi' "rs' essay.
1 T?ECA fe'"',c,, ' t" I'isy.
I fin. pbiy was excellently cast, but it
chief i iterest was in its introducing Mrs.
Carter, who pleyed the part of Kate
Grayd .n, who by an allowable poetic li
cense is n-ferred to as the ugly nurk'.iug.
She is a volatile, harum-scarum. e
fusive girl, juit on the threshold of so
ciety, and sees the man she loves
carried off by her sister, only to
have to repel bis love afterward when be
la tiren of her sister. Mrs, Carter made a
very favorable impres-in'.i iaher. of .,W '
fact th it she w ' J TptN4'rI ne
diUorJ.I.X'. a'rl'-,.ii7iii a urrvoti tint
I 1 oii h abe graduallv got over, anil
rraohr I a high plane ot itrniuatte artist
fore I l.u i in titlli tntutdonu on thn litt
1 Ml. r'tlSILS OF WHM.ING.
ai Mallet, nillail hr a Mhle a4 rar
Hax i'hAM 'iaxi, Nor II -The whaler
Chailio N , Miiigsu, wbti Ii at rire.l Satur
day Ire in OUmUk eea, rejiorta I be loss of
all of liar t-rew. The uien left the veasel
In a am ail dual Sept. I lu pursuit u(
whale, ivliii li they aiiciKatded In harpoon
lug Tlte nlutla atarlcil olt al a rapid
rate. In liirf the Isitl. which t-ontaliie.1
t tie a. ti ll. I mala ami live aenuiru. r'og
set In, nid ibry were a.niu loi from view.
Aarnn n n m inula lor them, hut llu-y
ttpre liner ti'iiud, and it la la'iivved that
the nlu lt ainaabrd .Ihe bust, kdl'ligthe
iKvnpai I Tint whaler Nora It al, (rein
Knx laloud, report at men waalted uvvr
laMtrd d inug a gale, hut I mm uf the writ
ei lislunately llironu lai k al;V by a
rvlui un g nave.
I llil Itar l'uj TiraauH.
l'MHa..JUlA. Nov. J I -The IVmo
crailtf i uy -t'iumiuee. at a litreliug lt
hlght, r v pel led IVtvr M-.tiro ant W. A.
Mi'Mull ii. Ihe Ib'tiUH-ralie leadeia In the
Third and Ki'tirlh Maril, fvvr alieg4
tivai bei y to the parly al Ihe mvul rlec
linit T eav xtanl am IVinmn-aiu atrvmg
hold, b il l(i Ki'uitb wai l wlin-h or.lat
arilv ab on a IVntocraiif tuaj irtty uf
I.-SAV go only Bf liv pturaiilv ftr
I'sltiaur MeMullen ia ehsrgAl ut uh be
big ro Hi;iai hie fur tht tUrpancy.
M'uri a aald tt have rx.rieii the same
iulluritt'o lu 111 Ttitrd ward
la Mwt wl ihe .larr."
X i.. Nov. M The S.H-ilit of
lUiai-uj Ut wi number uf 5 tVtf held a
HirV'ti g last uighl lu Uo-tuoiv 't th x
ruliou til Ilia art)irs, SpWi, IVraoi-s.
t al . a Chit-ago iu lv;. Krduliv
Wrr a.li plt-d deuounttng ih prvatrcniu e
e! Ik CI t.ago "to ai lira aa jrriuraw
nil vnmmi iduivrai. Aa undying
Tvuu-niiu in !s? ik tri-nl,on i lb
uaityt um irotiisa.l a we I a a de
teruuual KH t abtuUh vtag-tf alaxrry.
a. at I haa' IVavahl m Ih hlag.
WMi!iii Clitt. nr ll-ltivhard
Vi.rWiM op-u-t h regular wwia al
A.baugU lirvtn.l t(ria b.u-a last Might
bvtor a '.ifc and dialing a Uhrd an Ik
euvta Tt viim aaad roUy
ItmaU lu itl'Ut llir a U aiagM
ts,.y and Miss lhrl Sj'-a.i. ike
4ugh vil Mrv Ka. CUaw trgt
f tii iuuy )ai iu i-r here,
M .a arar4 xj a aHltsviis riv.
Sbe tvs a waraa rvtrplio
HI al4 a MwimI KMalalMMa.
lUltivi;; Ny l tNsiia(i Uir,,
IVsHvr, t r an ivtmCi- hAs
iirvfwe I Ihe ,'.. Na i.al hwutk.
M!iwil Ul wot. ira-jr'4 wis IV
euihr. av! l i wt ev vi th WtaC'a
.d 'ilwealij us ilamw! ia
IV i' Ia.iatti l- Waranty C-4aV
aity o N ar Anr. wh furctalwst
Atv K 't IVvatsv, ojiaiasi tit
! ITSwrirwiaMt Me
WaaMljiarvvx Ct. N, ll.-rsrrervra
.. atlnkarrsl Im Cava'ia, U
VgrH-Dkll nai v4ai y if euaaSaavA, I ha
frrtfr,'sat aasvaiU estate U Ih vwawiry,
sarjr KA yrstayt w m,
siai I uasrot t k p.!l,r Vux
I WatvoalKatetgVv tatlWag Ma. Cuf.w
lv faMws as A a ttl tta v4 BaVutt'i
AMiaWk ev ' tlt aaVa4 Aeavraws raV
A Man Who Is to Reach Na
EE WILL CLIMB A LOFTY SHAFT.
Uelng the fiSO-Kont Colarna Kreetrd la
Memory of ' Waahingtoa A stub Ha
Ilea J oat Cnniplelrd anil How Me Mas,
aged HaUIng aa 800-l'onnd C'rtwa te
the Top or a l aarrk fiterple with He
Help Kxrrpt Slender Knpee.
Noltwirn, Conn. Nov. 11. "Steeple"
Charley has been putting an 800-pound
copper cross on the steeple of St. Patrick's
church in this city. lie was about high
enough where he worked to see tbe ends
of the world, too. He put up bis slender
rope ladder, by which he goes up toward
the I 'nith, more than tea days ago, but
bad weather and other thing delayed
him. I -act Thursday be pulled the great
shining cross up to the stone tulip-shaped
pedestal nu which it was to Stand. Hun
dreds of i-ople gag-d at tbe human fly.
far up in the sky, operating with frail
looking ropes thatseeraed no bigger than
cobwebs to thj spectators in the street.
The Cross In Its Place.
Steeple Charley's . ropes are not mnch
bigger than a clothes line. It is a mystery
how he manages to scale a lofty shaft
with his little cords, lo sav nothing of
haulimt a ponderous cross after him. He
didu't pull the cross all the way outside
the steeple, but took it throug!--ine of tbe
topmost slits in the tower, tht e np the
solid shaft by means of slender but pow
erful tackle fixed at the pedestal on which
he works. At noon the climber had hoist
ed the cross to the pedestal, and there it
rested. It was clad in cloths which pro
tected it against injury ou the chipped
granite stones. A few hours later it was
in its rocket and Charley's job was dona
HI NrMt Orrat Job.
Steeple Charley works entirely alone,
tells no man his busioess tricks, has no
one near him and his exhibitions are an
amazing examplu of what one man can
do. No one is able to guess how one man
can hoist and set up an 8j0 -pound cross
alone, an 1 yet everybody is at liberty to
watch him at long range. lie has just
made a contract with the authorities at
Washington City to oil tbe Washington
monument on the outside. The climate
is drying and deteriorating the stones. He
is to gut :! 0i0 for this job.
A SMOKER FROM HIS BIRTH.
Death of a Oiild Who Began Smoking
Tobaceo at Unas Month.
New Yoi:k. Nov. 11. Wiuiield Scott
Hancock Poran. the "baby amoker of
Trenton, N. J., has died of diphtheria
after a week's illness. Winfleld cele
brated his fourth birthday last May. His
father was an inveterate smoker, and
from him the child inherited a taste for
tobacco, and he hegan smoking before he
was 7 niotit hs old. When 8 months old be
smoked a pipe full of strong tobacco, and
never made a face over it. At 10 moot hs
be was an accomplished smoker of the
pine. His appetite for tobacco was found
t Ih a tionmil one, and heseemel to
thrive under iu In addition to a pipeful
of tobnceo he enj lyed from two to five
Hrt Hue Redeeming Quality.
Father arid mother were both prnul of
their precious son. Winfleld rraved the
effecrs of the poison, and for tbe last two
years he would not smoke a new pipe,
liking b-st one well saturate 1 with nico
tine, lie preferred strong cigars and was
a tine jndg- of their quality. Winfleld
attracted nj-ich attention when riding
about in his baby couch with a black pipe
in his men h, smoking and pufEug like a
veteran. He w is never knon to smoke
a cigarette. The hoy's health was very
good. ben diphtheria ended his brief
but unique career.
I.awler for Sergeant-at-Arm.
Washington Citv. Nov. ll. Frank
Lawler. coneressman from the Second Il
linois dialnct. is being urged by a num
ber of influential Democrats now in
Washington City for s-'rgeant at arms of
tiie F.fiy -second congress. His name
will oe pushed only, of course, in tbe
event that the oflici'il count prove him
to have been deteated for the shrievalty
of Cook county, for, from Mr. Lawier's
own utteram-es, it is not supposed that he
w ould relinquish that position to come
once moie to Washington City.
Ihe I rlc.t Minted the I'aar Rent.
SAUAT'iov. N. Y., Nov. Ii. A lively
scene occurred in St. Peter's Roman
Cathol c church here Sunnay. During
the ceieb-ation of mass, tbe pastor. Rev.
Father John McMenomy, went down the
iiiid.lle aisie demanding payment of pew
rent, lie talked loudly aud severely to
several pruiiuetil ineniUrs. Nearly Ihe
entire longrcriuimi rose and left
s'1 ' . l vtjnriTiirr'is'
I -...i ll. 1. is lT.fcni ii, e n.aiicr will 1st
ca-eed lo lb liiahoii.
I I d In.at Mar Ttaahle.
titiWli Kvi'ii'S, Muh., Nov. II. The
lie of 1 enj ui'U Mead was found dead
lu Is-1 lo her hiiaband's aide yesterday
tuoruiui:. The couple have la-en tnarrns.1
four e- and he wa diaaipsted and x
tr, mi l v i rurl iu his treatment She bad
been ill seven! week and was In a delK
0te siuid.iiou. Sunday ah purchased
Durts.l caed and, writlug a pitiful letter
lo her mm h r In the night, took I h pol
S"ll .m. aauMhell arlaaly III
Con vnl s. o , Nov. M UovernorCamp
Itcll'a illness, alilrh ha lieen of arveral
lay." iliirstioti, tisik a s-rtou turn y eater
Jar ti'.oinl'ig when Dr. living, hi phy-
li'tsn, alated ih:tt an at'ai'k ol pneumo
nia aeeui -il I hrrateui'ig. and cautioned
the governor that hi coudition, whil not
dsugvioua, naaapiiou. and that he must
rv in a i ii quart a ilsy or two. ltat rvrnlug
h was r, porlvd lajtter.
On aatl Mauy llerao Haraaal.
ItgMX . N. V., Nov. 11 Tb large barn
oiMml by lliggina Smalley and used
by I lu lu , al.ibles for thtr hur. huruad
loan vat It Sunday morning John Hall.
Ih man ruipl 't e.1 iu lhlabl, while at
tempting to liberal the bora, was over
com I t amok aud perialnvl in the
Uuic. Fourteen tiitra and two luulea
er bnrne.1. Tit buddiug .was fully In
urtsl. I e Trata Mohhery.
At nisi A. i!.. Not. ll. Two rtpr
luraaeivera oa tram tm ih Ueorgia rail
rta.t wrr robbed Sunday bight. From
Cine Was t htalued almut rH, while the
oilier lost alnul I'.iVM, Tbe nunatenfvr
had no way patkagra, and ware rubtanl lu
Ih r Uhtv
Halvhvrval Ml I rarail.
Y.iti'alt. U C. Nov, ll - ling at'hl
nvvvk lu F. C Milliu h.'Uaahold,
tuarrlel w uh a t'hinww Vv i in his
k'tt'hru SutnU) ami choppsnl .t m altiioat
lo phHr .uh a carver.
tlucsl avsasl tr lliag Ulsiaer.
A.-bt i.l I'AKk. N. J , Nov. II Kdwin
K. urxlua. krr of Ihe drug a(oria
th tlrwntal Ml. was evictl al Free
hud ytrdy tor l:ng Itquvir aod Baetl
jtVW and v-int.
A tlelailasva Ol) Maa r,aV
Kuicvi'i Ya, No llv-tUaa 'a
WrM. r-UoraJ, avj t yvar.
buraet In death her ;ruly. it a
hptj.at a I beO. aad dsnoc lo
' tlil . ni-v ! br lo Ih tvddi-ig au4
ll ( a ia oa.
1vA...a. U, Nov. ll -IKn ia
eiu-irkufc oi tog chobrca t iJ-bi Ks.'jliiy
at.ua is l.;og it aaiar. . . 1 by the
srv w tthiw lu imcu ivi . . a, Ji K
Irw ssi hat' Ivta tU.t.i aorta wt
,. '- Lmxt rr iw 4aaaa.
a Mas Kaatu tm th U-aaiv
tV INfV. tin. No IU I'Jli tra; ot
Ih JvUr gad Stilr llaaw k W
ai a BsMas that re lass. I at away he
tat(sv.bi to rvstr aw rjr aaCil
aJJdtsMMil av we at 1 a waa ar rsitwi.
Itatr are new I M'ssaVnal . hvvav
9teT UjtbAgv Mr. fWavy. yv will
take I be rxarl c Akutevx
Mr- HsMavy ( kT asvr ssm Ou
dy. IK yv tluak I cwai y !, that
oaIvsk ia that ut
lvia- 11 ajuiiaT laj watitbr. Ta stat
Utidi v, VvWk WeaaVs. .
NOVEMliEH 11, iM)0.
! Varle Sam Rob HI Widow.?
Washisctos Citt, Nov. 11. Tb re
ports tbat Mrs. Jessie Benton Frrmout,
widow of Gen. John C. Fremont, was la
straitened circumstances brought forth
national sympathy and subscription for
ber relief. Mrs. Fremont, while foiling
grateful forth kindnesc, refused any as
sistance that wonld place her before tbe
public iu the position of rrklng charity.
She asks only the restoration of her home,
which she purchased with money left hrr
by her father and which, ah claims, tbe
government confiscated in San Francisco
in ISKM nodrr the pretext that it was
needed during the late war for tbe de
fense of the harbor of that city and which
the government neither pay rent for
nor offers to restore to her.
He Doesn't Agr with Ulailatoaa.
Ixsdo"J, Nov. 1L The secretary of war,
Hon. Edward Stanhope, aays in r ply to
Gladstone's statement that the number
of troop in Ireland could be greatly less
ened under home rule, that on the con
trary it would be necessary to keep a
much larger number there should bom
rula be adopted; whereas, undrr the pres
ent system of government tbe proportion
of British ironp on tbe Uland hail been
diminished from ! per cent, of tbe army
in ItHS lo 28 per cent, under (lladston'
last administration, and 2rj per cent, at
Fifteen Saloons Just Over the Line.
Nashville, Tenn., Nflv. 11. ifovernor
Taylor ha received from the people ot
Cumberland Uap, Tenn., a map showing
the location of sixteen saloons within
about oue mile of that town, two of ibem
being in Kentucky aud fourteen in Vir
ginia; also locating the spots adjacent
thereto where fifteen men have been shot
within the lust few months. None of li e
saloons are on this side of the line, but
five of the murders have occurred in Ten
nessee. Are They Selling; Chnleia Hog?
COLl MBl's, O , Nov. II. The state board
of agriculture is greatly excited by tbe
prevalence of hog cholera iu the central
counties of the slave, and the action of
large hog raisers in rushing tneir ani
mals to market. Large drove are re
ported to have started within the last
week to the eastern markets, not a few of
which are suspected of having lieeu in
fected wiili tbe disease.
The K. of L. f'ovrntlon.
Dexveii. Colo., Nov. II. The general
assembly of the Knights of 1-abor met
here yesterday afternoon. .Most, of the
delegates are alretdy in the city. Promi
nent kutghts from all over th; country
aud Canada are present, biuoiik tlu-tn be
ing Fowtierly. Iowderly addressetl a
large aud enthusiastic assemblage at the
Coliseum last night on the "l-ilnir S:l na
tion of the Day."
Newspaper Men I'layln KllllsrJ.
CllIc.Min, Nov. 11. The haudicip am
ateur billiard tournament for Chicago
newspaper nn n opened at the llrunswirk-Bslke-Col
lender wsrvroottn la-t nlht.
Over 5.1I saclal'rs Were pr -seli'. J.t-eph
A. Murphy, of T!.e 'tribune. .',) iuni.
defeated I 'tiaries II Seymour, of 'Ihe
Herald, bl points, by n score ol lVi lolli
Lost 1 aelv I'ooail In Weigh.
NEW Yi.KK. Nov. 11. The il.x-ii.rs a h.
examiu.-d Ijiovsiini S.ir -i, the Itxl an who
proees to refr nu tr m e.i: i n for f r;y
tive d.ivs. in I be li'Ue bull i.i. r Ko-itrr
at Riall's. di-covered Suud y lli tl be
weigied i:'o p un Is. sli-iwin ,t be had
lost iweivr pounds sine. Ii- ... ',,, fact
of abst iiien.-e from f..,l li. i iltr-
Tlie lllii,.l I.rl4lat
ClIHMii i. V-v 11 ll n w a os ier-t-ilti
t iiat the Il-ino i.iV . m.ire
meinb. r id M i tiiw r h-nt f :t.e ;.tie
lelitliie. K-riliev. a lI lllTll. I..tv.ilg
la-eit elei e I i I p hi- of .! Lie n y. la
ptildi.'.tn, ,u it..- t-.; ii-ii i:tve itie
IK-.ios r.il- T i iu iii'm'' ,,r ihtl house to
I ailurr ol lot Merehnta.
" ('up. ai . Ni.. II - s-hw. i i -r ,i ileer.
I, we.. -known to.- in -tc .s .t - ..n S te
t tsl e w.t-n W-lun on snd M i h.oa.
I 'ie i.io an as-i.i.ii -n. l."l'i i.l .t .
,s! s. t-jji'.
I'll Ii -l-i. o. ,ii.
1 be ii. atliiison Ihe b ar 1 i.f r i le I.,, la.
ae'e a- ti.ll tw-: Wheat Sovemla-r. ii '-ie4
atlii I l"i-1 H"U4c: la.-, el-ln-r. t,;ftlel 'T-vi'
r o-e-1 s He: May. otene.1 M m. ie.
t'orn- No. Note i-.bor. i.p Dal a . t l.r-d
'-; I tet-i m :m-i . oe.i.d and . ,i e. ;
Maf o rw I CSe. i lo e I e- . u .t - N... X
Niivemhrr. opened 4. climi ti n; I t-s-m-ber.
isetiel and I Vm,.-; .ai . :..il
-, eli.si hl,e. I'ork- Aoel..be-. o.ai
and t-iirs--l ;Tj J i.:jar. t'la-n.sl r Ii ;i, , .n-ed
US'-. Mil. t..-nii l;i. i in. -i r.;;.!
Lard - lKeeoita-r, iss-lied sa. A, i l. m. 1 H. .a.
I.iva Mart- I'biou Sa t. atd rlant
foloalng price Ii ; tlrli i sr
mo !eratrl ariive: t -' -r .sued
other uradi-s ' j-'1" l""-i nlt.
llK.- -ae.ie-"STler. pigs. I t, ? l.-a.r:
I , .. . (l.ti J in li ia. I. .c. ;.V.
.ik itokivl. Mai aac, i,ea i kin and
ablppllig I..I. riMjl.IV pics. VI '' !' .
I'altlr Sw., ra and lis-l tv Ml
rva and bulla, fl. M.t. S ; li.a M.s- s. .itl
j. i '', a ealrrtt rain: tri-rs. 5 . - - . . i :i Ivi a.
tlib- i. shep -:;' lii'. II.-.. I M.lt 1st-
lug at ti. Iaiiii. ? i
I ro ui-w. Hult-r-l aii .rps'At r. .i t
?la-. him gstUi-re.l irei'ti. : t-'a- 0 ri,-.
goial fr.- Ii. -1 . fr.'t pa. l-u -1 a k.
ItlaU. !.. l'i,- .aiil.-l. i.' .-IT. i'i
XI. s-r tins, htntiii tl I., K . ; f . bit
illty 1 In. ksu. hens a-r i' . ,iriug
rht artis. .ii.i.-: tur ri. .rt eiiis-.
tlUi ks. I' IV; Je-e. t l p r dot. Ii-
lalia vw ir ha. Ay;4e 'till' oi greea,
S .a'uJll' per bbl.
N'sa Vos. Nov. M.
Wlatl - Xn r il w tiller rah . do
la-i-viuuir. fl. do M.t. f -v ..rn -N,v
r milad laih. Sat'.-, ools-i
e I ceu.
. i Sc.
Jaliuar. av. ta a lu I. N-
Sat , lb' lkx-enih r. l-ec. ibi
Kte- Itu.l iid uu hatit d. It i I
ivrk Hull, ni- . Jll.-.ii;.a..
l.lv atia k. t'atllr-Market fairlt a Hi
rastrral In ts-al batlt Us JM f Htl
V a. but and dry rs J S-ciVi Mw
and latuti - rheeis, slraly: lanih ,dull.auit m
aba.1 luarr. aurep. tk'UyvXai I'O tsi. iamtat,
f 'ra :ai. II. t- Market Uuii. Iivr hor
it:H y iv r.
llay tlaii pratrl. I.isi hi
Hr riskier iAg4 w.
Hay wn. iia.au.
oa : u
V'Jr w'oodin o Ks.
4 prominent phytlcisn aad old army
surfcon in eastern Iowa was railtd away
from horn for a frw days. During hi
auevnee one of the children contracted
vrre cold, aad hi wife bought a boiil
of Chunhrljn Cough Ren. rdy fur it
I hey were so touch piemard with tb
remrxly that they atlerwards usl ere-
eral botllr at Tarious lime He said
frosn eiprrirace with It. he trgsriUI it as
th most reliable Drcparalbta ia n foe
Colds, aasl that il came the ertxrst of be-
tlC a sprciQc of aa medicine be had
ever see For sale bt Uarti A Daha
Ia the pursuit or the goo thitc of
'h a wttrkl we aattripau tin) saux h. we
Ml out the heart and sweetness oi world
tj pleaAurre by dellfhlful forethought of
Ibem. The reaulu obtained frees the as
xUr. Jotses Kcd Clover Toe a-fare treod
all rial oia. It curve diiprpal. gad all
tooierh, lirrr. kftaey and N adder
IrouUsw. 1 1 U a prf t toojr, aprusr.
oiixw puniwr. a sure cur 10 aa aal
saeJarlai diaav Prtc. 60 costa. cf
EVER OFFERED IN THE TRI-C1TIE8,
AT PO PULAR FRIO KS
Is always !o bt found at
Robt. Krause's Clothing Emporium,
115 end 117 West Second Street. DAVLNP03T IA.
I P. kel Cullery. )
We have . Table Cutlery. J
f KilriicD Cutlery. )
Many ureful article fur tbe
Full line of mechanics' tools
THE MO LIME SAV1K6S BAH
iCliartoil ky Ut Lrflarir i::iai.)
MOL1NK. - ILLS.
Opr4a ly rroait A. H. to f P. V . ! aaTac
7 saa saiaroar araias Kaa 1 k
Iolcrret ailoareJ on IVski1u at tbe rate
or 4 per Ccet. fer Aaaum.
DrlHsits received i a amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
pr a.a panfarnr aw is Trrs) is ranna
1Im la It iWu T!.r eaWra af pn-Via
t rrua amwia aarat lia aasrri Htaars
asal 1T1N winara xact4 M asascial lav.
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oclo Hutu rnu .-
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raasa Aaat&K aa nil . ies-a
TUB LARGEST ASSORTMENT
in al! stj les
Snow Shovels for Snow.
Coal Shovels for Coal
Dirt Shovels for Politiciars.
house that are suitable for Amas
nnJ boilJers' Lardirarf.
OUR MEN'S CALF
BEATS TSE WORLD.
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue.
SOU Fuiink Aeeaac. IVar 1
Confectionery, Cigars and Toys.
School Books, School Supplies,
Tl tf J aa-a .a
H. SIEMON & SON,
toyes and Tinware.
D1,,r C'it a4 UeUc ea aJ tl Ctr i i r,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
150S SECOND AVE.. KOCH ISLAM. 11.1.
-T. "W. JOITES-
an il 4
Second Hand Goods
ra. 3 aa4 trsaW a arv.
Arcade. CIGAR Store
ASD TXXrCU5CX sVrtlTltT. A50 fXjt
X. !. SXOUO AVtNt X.
I FesltMr HaaWta, ;
Carisl J a e. ,.,.. -..
( Can art ta-retrlsrr S " m
Second voi in'
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