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PAUr!afilesi1mw of sertHr.1 or "':
' tlv character, soliltcal or reunions. tasv
rrl same atiacbed for publication No such artl
ttrle, will be printed orer Hctitloos mature.
Amitwwi eomniiloielton nol notlcu.
Cnrro.pondi-o.-e sollrlu-ci from every township
ts Hock Islsnd coonty. -
, - 8atchD4T Xovkmbkr 15, IHflO
I shopping women started the tidal
vi.ve it wa the biggest bargain they
Senator M. S- Qdv promises to talk,
now that nothing he can aay ia of much
consequence to anybody but himself.
-pie e:l 'hit me" " Sbskespesr aalil.
-I rrr li-r ibm." The inuta isartlrr nil.
F..r ,.He MrKtnlry' ery, very deed
W e yet '"' uer from liidredful Dill.
It wai predicted that the McKinley bi.l
would aend things up It has with a
Tengcaoce. The republicans appear to
have gone up.
An exchange says: Hope springs
eternal in the faithful republican breast."
It Is fortunate for such breasts that hope
ts some thing that will bear kicking and
keep its shapo.
Ottawa (Kan.) papers claim that a
man in that town has a rooster so big
that it has to be helped to its perch
every night. That's about the kind of a
rooster the times have been deminding.
1 Mr. Mi'Kim.et continues to express
blmsi If as being very well satisfied with
the result of the eleot inn in his district.
; So far as heard from, Mr. Warwick, bis
successful opponent, is not romplaiiiing
' any, either.
It i suggested by the Washington
' Pott that "peril). s young Mr. Thtirman,
. of Ohio, the son of his distinguished
' y parent, thinks a Cleveland and Tburman
;ij ticket, with a less aged grade of Thur
man, would be the proper thing."
Jamks Husski.i. LoWKl.i.said in private
conversation recently: When parlies be
come factions it is time fur all good men
to leave tliem. I make this distinction:
Parties represent principles; fictions are
the Instruments of men. At present the
republican psrty is a faction. "
Tub high tariff New York Simeon
cedes a point in this manner: "General
John McAult-t Palmer has made a big
right for Senator Farwell's seat in con
gress, and be oui,'hl to have it. There
ts no more effective campaigner in Illi
nois than this hearty veteran. He plays
with tariff Arc as if ho loved it, yet, jn
the language of the poet, be gets there
all the same."
Thky manage things differently over
in Kansas. At the recent election a far
mer was made judge in that t-tate who
was not a lawyer, although be bad been
"right smart" in settling petty disputes
of one kind or another, and may have
been called in tnofficitte in a judicial ca
pacity at a contest of dogs in a free for
all exhibition of that kind. However,
his deficiency bus been arranged for. The
"jedge" is lo be sent a few weeks to Ann
Arbor for the purpose of becoming deeply
read in judicial lore, and will tnen return
full of wise saws and legal maxims to ad
minister justice in the courts in which he
will preside. His name is McKay, and
on the 13ih of January he will don the
ermine and grace thi woolsack. Some
thirty fears ago in Pennsylvania he took
it into his head to study law, but his
health tict permitting be went west and
took up farming. It was the Farmers' Al
liance that elected him, and that organiza
tion also elected four prosecuting attor
neys who couldn't tell a capias from a fi.
fa. and don't seem to be downcast about
it. either. It would look as if the far
mers were about to cause a revolution in
this country, legally, politically and
,',ad but thus:.
. ir.l 'litl f l.ttxf iiiul !tnry In Ihe
Evciiiii-; in ('liic:i','(i.
TIji" lake Ix-iitinv; u lunriiiiirons tuttoo
on tin1 I'irii-lv shore.
A grciit house in tin- silent street, with
the wind lmwlirr,' outside
Tin- voiini ('.Hint of Ni-w Yn-k whis
pering Kwii t somethings t.i tin? lovely
' L:lily Nortli-.nl - insnle.
"IViir buly."' 1 1 Fays in treinnlons
. toju-s. "I havr- known you only a short
time, lmt love i . not ,-i (-lave of time or
rirrtimstaiii'e, iiml, l.i.ly tuine, I I"
he besitufoil only an instant. "I would
ask your hand."
She liliiln-d and lot her Is-dutiful
, brown eves fall.
Hi; in kill them tiiMjuirl:!y and banded
them to Iht, us slii" siiid: e
Wliat you iisk is very great, dear
Hnt lieinnald was gone.
And Lady Nnrthsido was eon versing
(rn the outride tin- count lmlu-il.
"I!y Ziirks!" In- xclnimel. in cold,
lliwlmniiul tones, 'vlie thought I waa
asking for her f. Kit."
And tin- in xt niomi lit he had disap
peared in tin- gat ln-i'in ,'!, Htm. V;iah
A It:,, I l:iillil.
Cleverton Mis Siiiniint sjHke about
your net ktii-s yesterday said they wert
Dasliaway You don't say!
C'leverton - Yes. undslienuid she never
snw yon ls-tray the slightest si'u of du-ordi-r.i'i
C'levertoii Sie- declared siie never saw
SUL'h llrits. Kllrll "loves. Nili-ll nlus s, SU(
I ll.iUes-tint Voll Wen- perli-ct down to
the- s!!llllle-t ll. iltil.
, Dashaway Well! w.-li: And then?
Clevertoti She wound tij by saying
that she didn't we how a :i:hi of your
intellect iiiana.'i-d to dress so we'll.
Clothier jind Furnisln r.
. Old Crisp Ah. yon ymmg rusrul. what
lo yon mean by helping yourw lf to tjiv
. Yotiug Cri-prm cnriit in vw-lf of the
. Jgarette habit, sir. Ihu-k.
Do ool waste your money for every
lew remedy advertised to enre a cough
when you know that I. Bull s CotTgb
V Syrup ha stood the popular test lor
I, thirty yean. Price 25 cent.
The Much-Talked-of Cure for
0LA1M3 MADE BY THE DISOOVEREE
It Only Kills the AntdT Tisvna mad th
Ineinnatinc Baecllli 1,'Itlll on Dnk
and Brady lur Bualneu at a New Stand
The Doctor Telia How t, Admlnleter
trie Lymph and Explains Its KfTeet
When Injected Only Certain In the)
Berlin, Xov. 15 Dr. Koch, the Ger
man professor wbo baa discovered a rera
dy for consumption by inoculation, writes
as follows to the Deubicbe MedinizUche
Wochenschrift (German Medical Weekly):
Dr. Koch say that he is as yet unpre
pared to indicate the sonrce from which
the curative matter is derived. Neither
is he ready to explain the method of pre
paration. The reason he gives ia that the
experimental work has not yet been
brought to completion. He state-, how
ever, that the curative lymph itself can
now be obtaiued from Dr. Ijhbertz, whose
address is 28 Lneneberger strasse, Berlin.
The lymph is described as consisting of a
brownish transparent liquid. It is so pre
pared as to he proof Bsinst deterioration.
When, however, itvis diluted with water
to the necess-iry degree for use Ibe mat
ter is liable to decay.
Must ll Perfeetly Mtprillzt-d.
It is neressnry. therefore, that the atten
uations should be perfectly sterilized by
heat and pn-serred in wadding covering,
or prepared with a solution of phenol, 50
per rentage strong. When'taken into the
stomach (he curative matter proves to
hnve no effect. It niust be applied snb
cutsiieously by means of a valveless syr
inge. Hie kind of syringe recommended by
Professor Koch is one furnished with a
mall, hollow rubber ball. This syrinKe
h4roved itself to him during his bncte
rtoloKical experiments. Its merit Is that
it can he easily and surely rinsed with
absolute alcobfd and kept in a jierfectly
as'-plic condition. In thousands of cases,
he ssys, w liere it has been used for sub
cutaneous inj i tions, not a single abscess
resulteil. Tbe lymph is usually injected
near the buns
Fflerla f the Injeetlnn.
Human tieini; are more sns.-ip-tihle
to Us influence than Guinea
pins Two cube centimetres of
the suMance ntL-cted a Guinea
pise but slightly, while twenty fiva-one-t
houonmlths of h cubic centimetre pro
duced a mnikeil effect iisin a healthy
man. The'lowest limit of vtTeelive
treni;tli is one oih- lillnilre.Uli of a cubic
een timet re. This quantity in a healthy
lodv prepuces Inn a alight reaction or
none at all. This is also true of its appli
cation to i-etsons KiifTeriiiK from oilier
than tulier. til. -si aSections Hut with
t u bercu Ions subjects it produces a gen
eral and a local reaction; the general re
aciion coii-Utuik; of a febrile attack, the
temperature rising to S9 or 41 centigrade,
with coughing, irritation, exhaustion,
sometimes nausea and romiiiug; and
there ia sometimes an eruption resembling
that of measles on the chest and neck.
The Kraetion in Lupuw.
The attack b-gius four or five h mrs
after the injection, and lasts twelve or
fifteen hours Afterward the patient
feels lieiter than ls-fore the injection. The
local react on is best observed in cases of
lupus. Wiibinafew hours after the in
jection the lupus sores swell and redden.
This effect increases during the period of
fever until the lupus tissue assumes a
dark brown tint and n necrotic condition.
After th i fever departs, the swelling de
creases, ami possibly vanishes. In two or
three days the lupus centres I come
covered with scabs, . which fall off in two
or three weeks. The local reaction in tbe
luntis it is lmiossible to observe, apart
from increased expectoration and cough.
The symptoms described always follow
in tuberculous patients when a hundredth
part of a cubic centimetre is injected.
This treatment, therefore, will afford au
iiidisH-nsahlt! auxiliary to diagnosis.
Will lire Incipient Consumption.
Professor Koch believes that the reme
dy will cure incipient consumption.
Whether the cure will be final is as yet
not fully proved. The remedy does not
kill bact-illi, but tubercular tissue. It
iloei not affect dead tissue, but only liv
ing. Therefore, tbe tuberculous tissue
killed by the remedy must be removed.
Every effort must lie made to accomplish
this by surgery. When this is impossible,
and secretion can only proceed by the self
help of tbe organ is in, the threatened liv
ing tissue must at the same time tie pro
tected I y continual applications of the
remedy to guard against the re-entrance
of the parasites. The fact that the rem
edy kills only tulierctilous tissue explains
the possibility of applying rapidly in
Increased Koses Necessary.
At the outset, w hen there is much liv
ing tuberculous tisse, a small portion of
the n medy suffices to produce a strong
reliction. Kich injection k lis a certaiu
quantity of tissue. It naturally results
that increased doses are necessary to ob
tain the same degree of reaction. When
patients treated with increased doses ex
perience no greater reaction than unaf
fected persons it can be assumed that all
the tis-ues open to reaction is dead. In
cases of lupus a hundredth of a centi
metre should be injected, and after the
reaction has taken its full course a sec
ond injection should be made, and so on.
Consumptives are more susceptible, and
the first dose should he only a thousandth
of a cubic centimetre, the doses being in
creased by one-thousandths nutil they
gradually reach a hundredth and up
wards. length off Time of Treatment.
Consumptives still comparatively
strong may reach the increased doses more
quickiy and with correspondingly more
favorable result. Patients treated in tbe
early stage of consumption are entirely
freed from iorbid symptoms sometimes
within four or six weeks. Consumptives
with large cavities in their Inngs will
probably experienee the benefit of tbe
new remedy only in exceptional instances,
though most are temporarily improved.
Professor Koch holds that the treatment
should Is? applied only in suitable institu
tions. He emphasizes the importance of
tarly treatment, as it is only in the incip
ient stages t hat the remedy i.i fully effi
C'ent. A Kascally Hanker Nem . - :-d,
ST. Joshi'll, Mo., Nov. 15. Judge David
McLean, ex-president of the Savanuab
Savings bank, at Savannah, Mo., was
tenteuced yesterday to two years for de
frauding his depositors out of IIU0,00U,
Which he lost in speculation.
The Hpanish Minister's Remarks.
Washington Citv, Nov. 15 Seuor Don
Miguel Suarez Guanes, the newly accred
ited envoy extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary of Spain to the United
States, was presented to the president by
Secretary lilaine at the executive inan
ition yesterday. 1c -Lis address to tbe
president he expressed tun hope thi aUx
labors might result in closer commercial
relations between Sniin and this coun
try. In reply tbe president reciprocated
fche tint Away This Tims.
CoLlMIlfs, Ind., Nov. 15 Miss Emma
Brightlleld. eloped Friday morning with
James F. Edwards, a Cincinnati drum
mer. This yonng lady had made two
previous attempts to elope, but was over
taken by her relatives. This time she was
Closely pursued by her father, but th
couple arrived at the residence of a minis
ter just a few minutes la-fore her father,
and the ceremony was completed when
Mr. Iirightheld appeared on the scene.
Iteaetion In Favor of Wade If auiplon.
Washington Citv. Nov. 15 Congress
man Cot bran, of South Carolina, who is
in the city, says that a reaction in favor
of Senutor Wade Hampton has set in, and
that he will be returned to the senate.
"If the Haskell ticket had won," aaid
Cot li ran, "the Alliance members of the
legislature being in the majority would
sertaiuly have made Tillman United
Stati-s senator. Now there ia a strong
feeling for Hampton."
Cutcneoa. Is mm "Oat.-;
Mubkeoon, Mich., Nov. 15. Tbe off.
eial count nf the Ninth congressional
district shows the election of H. H.
Wheeler, IK.-H1., to congress in place of
A. M. Ciitebeon, Rep., aa previously re
ported. Wheeler's plurality la 49. .
DOESN'T WEAR "BILEO" SHIRTS. "
The Objeetloa Charleston's "400" Rave
to Governor-Eleet Tillman.
Charleston, & C., Nov. 15, Although
elected governor of the Palmetto state by
an overwhelming majority, B. R. Tillman
is still out in the cold with the "400" of
South Carolina. The state's 400 ia known
aa tbe South Carolina club, which gave
Its annual ball Thursday night. At the
meeting of the club before the ball some
of tbe members made an effort to get the
governor-eleci invited. The proposition
was met by the adoption of a resolution
requiring membership in the club to en
title m man to an Invitation. " Tillman is
not a member.
Whr Tillman Isn't Popnlar.
Tillman is not popular with the 430 set.
They say he wears unboiled shirts and
dispenses with collars, but this is an ex
aggeration. His friends are now talking
of getting np a grand inauguration ball
in bis honor in December next, and it is
Certain that the . coming legislature,
which ia overwhelmingly Tillman, will
pasa a law forbidding the nse of the state
house by the South Carolina club.
WILL RESULT IN FOUR DEATHS.
Novel and Fatal Aeeldent on m Steam
barge at Chicago.
Chicago, Nov. 15 Coal heavers John
Pinkharfki. Joseph Brant, Michael Egan.
aud Fred Inglas undertook to leave the
hold of the steambarge D C. Whitney, at
noon yesterday, by clinging to the hoist
ing chain that led into the middle of the
hatch. They were carried high up above
the deck liefore the machinery conld be
stopped, anrl remained suspended in mid
air until Pinkhartki let go of the chain
and tumbled headlong through the open
hatch into the hold.
' Knocked the Other Me Loose.
In falling bis body caromed against his
three companions, and one by one they
were torn from the chain and precipitated
into the hold, a drop of nearly thirty
feet Pinkharfki was instantly killed,
Egan and Inglas can not recover and
Brant is fatally injured.
WITH AN OILY TONGUE.
A fcllrk Britisher I lorn ties the Clergy anil
Other iiood Folk.
Van PA LI A, Ills, Nov. 15.--A goad
looking and well-dressed Englishman
with an oily tongue bas been succt awfully
playing a confidence game on the clergy
and unsuspecting religions people in va
rious towns in this and adjoining conn
ties. He palms himself off as a
theological student, gaining the con
fidence of a well known cler
gyman in the place, aud in this
way identifies himself with the religious
people, whom he requests to assist hrm
financially. He is a pretender of all re
ligious faiths is a Baptist when with
Baptists, a Methodist wbn with people
of that faith, and so on. He is weli
versed in religions matters and generally
leaves a town with well filled pockets and
several unpaid bills. .
THE WORK OK VILLAINS.
Attempt to Blow Vp Property Owned by
tho Inpont Company.
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 15. Sticks of
dynamite were fonnd secreted Wednesday
in some machinery in the cotton mills
owned by K. I. Dupont, DeS'emours &
Co., and Ofierated by Barlow & Thatcher,
near the powder mills, but fort unHtely
they were discovered before any damage
was done. In another part of the works
some match heads were also found. Four
special watchmen were put on duty there
Weduesday night, but no clew as to the
perpetrators has been obtained.
John Folk and Howard Richards, two
colored men, were arrested Wednesday
on suspicion, but were discharged Thurs
3ay, the evidence being insufficient.
Olijert to Che Classlriratlnn.
IxniANAPviLls, Nov. 15. The Indiana
Association of Florists at its annual meet
ing Thursday discussed the scope of the
exhibit the florists of tbe Uuited States
will make at the World's fair. Represen
tatives from several states were present
and it was agreed that a magntticeut
showing must be made Much displeas
ure was expressed because the florists are
to be put in the class of agricultural
products. Tbe state society and exhibi
tors from other states adopted a memor
ial to the commissioners of the exposition
objecting to this classification.
FOUGHT FOR RIGHT-OF-WAY.
A Political Profession and the salvatioa
Army In a Riot.
Helena. Mont., Nov. 15. The other
night the Democrats of Helena took occa
sion to culehrate their party victory.
Part of the celebration consisted in a pa
rade of the "Silk Hat Brigtde"' up and
down tbe principal streets. About 8
o'clock the Helena branch of the Salva
tion Army, consisting of about fifetn
men and women, met the proctsdouists.
There was a dispute over the right-of-way,
and before it was settled Capt. Har
ris, leader of the Salvationists bad been
knocked down and severely beaten.
Nearly Killed a Salvationist.
At first his injuries were not supposed
to be serious, but be pro veil to be intern
ally hurt and for ssotne time bis life
was despaired of. His physicians now
say that with careful nursirg he will re
cover. Friday warrants were Issued for
the arrest of Charles D. Curtis, post
master: W. I. Fuchs,C. A. Bradastin, Pri
vate Secretary Harry Woolrich and
Wouldn't Have Thought It off Him.
These arrests have created a great deal
of surprise, as Col. Curtis is one of the
must prominent citizens and it was not
thought that 1 e bad any part in the
row, though he was a member of the brig
ade. Curt s was appointed postmaster by
Mr. Cleveland and has held the office here
since owing to the inability of the Repub
licans to ag-ee upon a successor.
Fog caused a collision on the Long Isl
and railway Friday, in which six persons
were hurr, none teriously.
Three workmen were blown to pieces by
a premature explosion of dynamite in a
tone quurry at Oma'ia, Neb., Friday.
Friday's treasury purchases of silver
were at prices ranging from CI. 0325 to
11.0347. The amount bought was 1G5.0UO
Portugal has deecided to impose a high
duty on flour, and bas nnder considera-
tbe granting of a monopoly for tbe im
portation of wheat.
Frederick Cogswell, a furniture dealer
in Chicago, made au assignment Friday.
The liabilities are placed at $40,000, and
assets about tbe same amount.
John Watson and James Fleischer, en
gineer and fireman respectively ' & jj. &
O. locomotive, were killed at Scott's Cut,
O., near BeliainT, Monday, In a collision.
- R. ?a. Wanzer & Co., the sewing ma
chine manufacturers, with headquarters
at Hamilton, (Jot., have called a meeting
of their creditors. Their liabilities are
estimated at fAH),UO0.
Robert T. Lincoln, United States minis
ter to the court of St. James, reached
Chicago at an early hour Friday morning
and registered at the Auditorium hoteL
He refused to see reporters.
The autopsy on tbe body of Birchall,
banged at Woodstock, OnL, Friday for
tbe murder of Ben well, developed the
fact that be bad an unusually large
brain, weighing h0 ounces.
After nine days fasting Succi, the Ital
ian professional, weighed l'JU pounds.
Ladies are frequent callers and they do aay
that, In ways more or less coy, they invari
bly ask for a kiss and invariably gut it
Succi is "so handsome."
Tbe Chicago papers are just now fall of
an alleged confession of Iceman O'Salti
van. one of the alleged Cronin murder
ers. They are "fakes" from start to fin
ish, made up of a rehash of similar
fakes. O'Suliivan bas made no confes
sion. Henry D. Minott, of Boston, and Mrs.
3. U. Angell, wife of a clerk in tbe cen
tus office at Washington City, were killed
in a collision Friday n the Pennsylvania
railway near F.oience, Pa. Eleven oth
er were injured, five very seriously and
five seriously. Fog caused tbe disaster.
Representatives of the independent, or
liberal, religious movement are in aea
liou at Chicago, with the object of form
ing an alt anoe. Among the con fe trees
" i- Bemple, of Minneapolis; Dr. H.
W. Thomas, of Chicago, and many others
wbo have within late years found srwl
I too confining for their "broad gaum"
Till; ' DUDE CIGAR."
Responsible for One i ir C-ise
DELUSION OF A YOUNG QOTHAMITE
Re Imagines Himself lloanile.l by Pollre
I h' hink Ha Is "Jek Ihe Ripper"
Too' JSany ( igarettro Worked His Ruin
Decision in a Will Case t Vim In
terest Crooked PostalfUe Employes
Oidend To Ht Konneed New lurk
News 1 1 c-tii .
New VoiiK, Nov. 13. -Toe publication
yesterday of the pr eo lings brought to
secure tl e liberation of Cornelius Bruyn
from tht State Homeopathic hospital at
Middleti wn Was the first iuiimaiiou peo
ple at King-don, where his friends live,
had of b s Incarceration in an insane asy
lum, asiile from Ihe few who were inter
ested in placing hhn there. The late Cor
ueliusBiuyn, father of the unfortunate
man. wai for years connected with the
I'lster County bank as cashier and presi.
dent. Charles D. Bruyn. the present
president of the bank, ia an uncle of
ftoes Into the Cigarette Trada.
The elder Bruyn left valuable estate
to which his children fell heir when they
reached tlieir majority. Cornelius after
he attained bis majority, about live years
ago, enteted a law ofliej, but it anon be
came appirent that the legal profession
was not a lite I to his tastes. Two and a
half years ago he suddenly disappeared.
The first heard of him thereafter be was
located on Eyre street, near Piccadilly.
London, where he was conducting a cigar
and cigan-tte agency. Four or five weeks
ago he tin ned up at Kingston again, os
tensibly on a vi-it to his brother.
And Develops Some Detntions.
It was d tiring this visit that it was no
ticed that Cornelius was laboring under a
strong delusion. In conversation with
his brothe- and others be constantly re
ferred to his belief I bat the officers of the
law were I pon his track, suopecting that
he was "Jack the Kipper." While in Ion
don the poiice of that city hounded him,
he said, an 1 caused him to tl.-e the coun
try, and or arriving iu New York he was
shadowed j Pinkerton detectives. This
preyed upon his mind. On reaching
Kingston I e soon liecsme possessed of the
idea that tiie sheriff was on the lookout
The "Itnde 'iBar" Hid It.
His brother and other near relstives
finally decided to place him in the Mid-ill.-iown
ay In in, and this was done on
Wednesdaj of last week, after an exam
ination by iloctoia. who concluded that
he wa. surt -ruiit from monomania. The
main cause of Cornelius' aberration, it is
Said, has been the excessive ue of cigar
ettes. He frequently smoked half a
dozen packi.ges a day and wai unable to
go to sleep without having a cigsrette in
his mouth. Howe & Hummel sent a rep
resentative ro Middletown m ho served a
writ of habeas corpus on Dr. Allen,
u-erintenil-nt of the asylum, wbo
promised to produce Mr Bruyn in court
A leiiin nf Interest to People with
I roperty to Leave.
NEW Tons. Nov. 15. In the course of
an attempt to break tbe will of Phebe
Jane Cross, daughter of old Commodore
Yanderbilt, s number of questions have
arisen that a -e of inteie-a to people hav
ing large estates to bequeath and wishing
to tie them fur several generations. Com
modore Vanderbilt left to Mrs Cross,
wife of James M. Cross, of Westerly, R.
I., tt.OOO.OUo. Mrs. Cross, in course of
time, had three grand children, of whom
she was so fond that she left her $1.0oJ,
000, so that ail of it, except i:U0,H) should
he. held in rrust by the Uuited States
Trust company, of this city, her children
to have a life interest in it, but all of it
to go to the grandchildren wbea the
children Were dead.
The I 'oint off luiportaneo.
A year aeo n contest was begun by the
children of Mi. Cross, who were ignored.
The judge decided in effect that the
United States Trust company conld not
fulfill its truit, but must transfer tbe
funds to son e agent living in Rhode
Island, and that this agent could carry
out the provisions of the will. An ap
peal was taki n, which has not yet been
decided. But the point of gravest inter
est developed was that under the laws of
Rhode Island an estate may lie bound up,
at least so far is the personal part of it
is concerned, fir any length of time, lu
fact, it mny become an entailed estate.
Expelled the Cincinnati C lub.
New Yokk, Nov. 15 At the National
league meeting yesterday the Cincinnati
club was expel ed from membership by
a unanimous vote. The franchise for
that city was then awarded to John T.
Brush, of Indianapolis, who said that be
represented Ci icinuati capitalists. The
cause of the expulsion of tbe Cincinnati
club is that it s-ild out some time ao to
lirotherhood Itase Hall News.
New Yoi:k. Nov. l. A secret confer
ence was held here last night between
President Price and others of the Broth
hood magnates, but what was done could
not be ascerteit ed. Price is reported as
saying that the Players' league will con
tinue the fight t ext season and that there
will be a club in every city that was rep
resented iu this year's circuit.
Ordered Tht Ir Prompt Dismissal.
New Your, -'ov. 15 Postmaster Van
Cott received n letter from Postmaster
General Wanamaker yesterday, ordering
the immediate dismissal of the seven let
ter carriers who were recently discovered
by posloflice iof pec tors to be in league
with "green goous" men. and receiving
salaries for del veriug mad matter to
Most Pay for Its Amusement.
NEW YortK, Xnv. 15. In Brooklyn yes
terday afternoon verdict was rendered for
6,5i)! in favor ot ex-Assemblyman Dan
iel W. Tallmadg-i ageiost Tbe New York
World. Mr. Tall m -ids sued The World
for $.V, 000 lor litel iu calling him a cor
Murder at Ann Arbor.
Axs ARBOR, Mich.. Nov. 15 During
the nit lee Wednesday night between the
military company and the students one
of the latter living J. Dennison, of
Toledo, O. was Mruck on tbe head. His
injury was not thought serious until
Thursday when it was found that bis
skull was fractunsl, aud the result was
that he died during the day. Who struck
tbe blow is not known. Half a dozen
arrests have bee l made, but all the
p risoners were re eased Inter for want of
proof suflicient to hold them.
The Deadly Typhoid Racing-.
Colcmbcs. O., Nov. 15 Information
was recejved by the state Imard of health
yesterday that an epidemic of typhoid
fever is raging at Clermoutville. O.
There have already been eighty nine
cases, of which tv. euty-five were fataL
At present forty person are stricken.
Business is entirely suspended -and the
0 people who ma ice up the population
are wiid with fear. The secretary of tbe
board of health is investigating the af
fair and will take steps to prevent the
epidemic from spreiding.
Misunderstood the Mienals.
Buffalo, K. Y., Nov. 15. A collision
occurred between two gravel trains last
evening ou the D -laware. Lackawanna
and W"eiteru rs.il rosd. at East Buffalo.
Jotin bwimbosky a laborer, was instantly
killed. John Walmvey. Purveu Petko
seek. and John Kosi reck were fatally lu
inred and six otbeis, names uuknown, are
badlv minred Tin, iwi-u.. L- ....... ...t i.
a misunderstanding -,.f siguals.
Creed Ha mund Lunches with Harrison.
W A8H1SGTOS Cm Nov 15 r-,1
Haymond, of California, lunched with
me president yesterday. Mr. Haymond
was tbe leader of the Califnmi. ,ii...
tion totbe convention wbio nominated
rremaent Harrison. He is "u rfl for
tbe Central Pacific railroad.
The mutilavtad nui nf
- . i, luiuil
were found nuder a s t m a ferryboat
at New York. The t hi Id was about 10
days old, and had b-n brutally kicked
" "uueeu. i at pod se are oa the track
iu m woman suspect. , . ...
GREAT TEMPERANCE MEETING.
The National W. C T. TJ. la Center
, at Atlanta, Oa.
ATLANTA, Ga. Nor. 15 Tbe Worn ana
Christian Temperance Union of tbe
United States assembled la Trinity
eb-irch ot this city, yesterday, with aa at
tendance from every state in tbs union
and the Canada. The principal event
was the address of Miss Willard. Tbe
address covers lit pages and was distrib
uted in tbe convention. It bad over
thirty subdivisions anJ included Miss
Willarl's annual report as president of
the World's W. C. T. U. It asserts that
the original package decision resulted in
the most helpful teniperanee agitation of
the year and declares against high license
and f.ir prohibition by law, by politics
and by woman's ballot. Among other
recommendations is one for tbe organisa
tion nf a woman's council in every town
in the nation, to be composed of the
presidents of lhe various societies en
gaged in woman's work.
A t ,ettral t'rusad Piep eit.
She asks the convention to name a day
for a general luoVNnent all over Ibe land
in accordance with the plan for tbe mem
bership crusade. The plan is to let the
local unions divide np In twos and threes
and canvas for new members, leaving
literature in each home. AUo on the
question of a petition from women of tre
civilized world to the rsar, against polit
ical prisoners being classed with those
guilty of Crimea, and against their being
treated with so much harshness.
At the opening service Mrs. Zerelda
Wallace, of Indiana, moNier of Gen. I-ev
Wallace, mad the prayer. Last night a
grand welcoming meeting was held and
numerous addresses delivered.
THE SERPENT CONTROVERSY.
Bom Testimony That Coatradleta Her
All, i;rd Vnseaworthluea.
Loxdox. Nov. 15 lonl George Hamil
ton, head of the admiralty, has author
ised Admiral Hopkins, controller of the
navy, to flatly deny Admiral Elliot's state
ment that the Serpent was unique spec
imen of the "shoddy built' ship." Tbe con
troller avers that the Serpent was amply
strong enough to bear tbe strain of her
engines. The navigator doubtless lost
bis course, and the vessel was wrecked he
fore hev officer were aware of her where
abouts. What the Desla-aer Days.
Buraahy, who designed tbe Serpent,
says in an interview that shoddy-built"
ships a 19 impossible in the British navy.
The vessels of the Serpent class are safe,
but uncomfortable for the crew. Burna
!. corrofc,-ru the controller's statement
!iat the Serpent was not over-engined.
Harland & Wolffe, of Belfast, makers ot
Ihe N-rpent's engines, say that the en
gines were of light but powerful build,
and were in perfect condition.
Thirty Corpses Brewer.
CoRCNSA. Nov. 15. -The bodies ot
thirty of tbe Serpent's crew have been
recovered. They are ail badly mutilated
by contact with tbe rocks.
BIRCHALL MEETS HIS FATE.
His Nrrrr and Toolnesa Remain with Him
to the Last.
Woodstock, Oct. Nov. 15. Reginald
Birchall. who decoyed Frederick C. Ben
well, a fellow-countryman, from England
on a pretense of helping him to learn
farming in Canada and murdered him la
a swamp, was banged in tbe jail yard at
this plaoe Friday morning. He met bis
fate with fortitmle, and declared his in
nocence of the crime to the last. He left
a statement utterly repudiating any al
leged confessions heretofore or that may
hereafter be published, and saying that
he bad no hand in Bn well's death, nor
was such a crime connived at or premedi
tated l y him.
Mrs. Harrison at Haltlesor.
Baltimore, Nov. li Mrs. Harrison,
wife of the presi lent, arrived here Thurs
day night, tbe guest of ber cousin. Mrs.
John V. K Findlay. Yesterday after
noon she attended a reception at tbe
Johns Hopkins hospital, tendered by tbe
Baltimore committee ot tbe Woman's
Hospital Fund association to several hun
dred invited guests. Iu the evening she
assisted iu receiving 1.5J0 guests at tbe
reception given by Miss Mary Garrett at
her residence on Monument street. Tbe
purpose of Mrs. Harrison's visit bene
was to co-operate in the movement to
raise a fund to guarantee tbe opening of
the Johns Hopkins medical school to
women. Prosjwcts are bright for the
A NOVEL BEAR TRAP.
Rruln t.ets Picked I s on the Ceatcbr
of a Locsoistivs.
I U. I T Rrs, Pa Nov. 15. As the War
ren accommodation train on the Eldred
and Suit beast Branch railway was pass
ing through Wilder's Cut, a deep and
narrow passage throuch tbe rocks ten
miles east of this station Friday, Engin
eer Dan El wood was surprised to sea a
bear come into the cot at tbe west end
and stop on the track facing tbe engine.
It seemed paralyxtd at the sight of tbe lo
comotive coming toward it, and stood mo
tionless until tbe engine was almost o pon
it, when it raised up on its bind feet.
Held on Like tirrm iKata.
The engineer slowed down, but tbe cow
catcher struck bruin and be fell forward.
Engineer KM wood put on the steam again
and his fireman climbed out of tbe cab
window and ran along the guard rail to
tbe front of the engine and peeksd round
to nee what hail become of tbe bear.
Brnin was lying on his stomach against
the cowcatcher, his hea 1 nearly touching
the headlight. Both hind feet were safe
ly planted between the lower bars of tbe
pilot, one on each side of the tip. and his
forelegs wefe tightly hugging the bars at
A Free Rid to Town.
The collision had eviJently not done
any injury to tbe b-ar. Jt was plaia
that he did not intend to take any chances
by voluntarily getting off tbs cowcatcher
while the train was in motion and be
was guarding himself well against be
ing thrown oh, so the engineer concluded
that be would run bruin into Olcut and
trust to luck for tbe subsequent pro
ceedings. At the station tbe bear jumped
down and started to run away, but was
pursued and shot after au exciting
They Will Thaw Dynamite.
Dllcth. Mina , Nov. 15. A terrible ac
cident occurred yesterday near West Da
luth. resulting in the death of a laborer
named Norlund and injury to bis entire
family. He had placed some dynsmita
near the stove lo thaw out. An explosion
followed, killing him instantly. His wife
was frightfully burned and had ber
thumb torn from ber band. A 4 year-old
boy had his left arm broken snd leg in
jured and another child also suffered bad
Bobbed by Masksd Man.
Shelbtvillc, Ind., Nov. 15. EU West,
of Fairland, a small town near here on
the Big Four radroad, keeps a drug
1 tore, and at 12 o'clock Wednesday night
locked up aud went home. The night
was dark and on getting inside the yard
three masked men seised hits and de
manded his money. He tore loose from
them and ran iuto his bouse. His horse
ind bugy were stolen.
Ingalla Uaetea Script sr.
Washinotoh Citt. Nov "5 Deputy
Second Auditor Franklin h jived a
letter from Senator Ingallsin watch he de
clares himself to be hopeful and even con
fident of re-election. The epistle concludes
wit h tbe quotation: "The race is nut al
ways to tbe swift uor tbe battle to the
itroug, but he that endureth to the end
the same shall be saved."
The Boston Pilot Changes Hands.
Boston. Nov. ir, 1 be, Boston Pilot ha
been purchased by Mr. Patrick Donabne,
editor of Donahue's Magaziue, wbo
wned the property a number of years
ago, aud who lost it when bs became
financially embarrassed, and owed a large
aggregate of small savings made by many
depositors. Tbe paper bad lavu controlled
liuce by Archbishop Willia.aa
Nou Eat at Prsssst.
It is now rapidly approaching : he time
of yuar when the householder who
dered a ton of coal "only a day or two
before finds it vanished into smoke. 1
IUW J . . . . - , ... ...
" -uiiiu, saia JUJoOTletgh. wh
thersrw-nlrn' ir 1 1 J
they speak of
aa aonsd ben!" Mew
FAIR, BUT DEADLY.
Matrimonial Experiences of
Pretty Betty Benton.
BIX HUSBANDS IV EIGHT YEAEfl.
The First Take t Satisfy Her Father's
AvartesC the Ba4 to Spit the Old
Dsapet. and ta Others Base Bh
Didn't stellav Marrlaga a Failarw,
Probably Where Boaaty Calls Ka ra
appals See ass Kvldas.
Bradford, Pa, Nov. IS Ten years ago
the little tavern at Emerson's Mills, ia
the pine lumber region, was kept by aa
odd character. Elias Benton. He bad
very pretty daughter named Betty. Iier
mother was dead, and sba looked after
the household affairs of tbs tavern, r-be
was 14 year old, ami EI war J Sbott, a
bark contractor, young and well to do,
was In lovs with ber and wsntssi to marry
ber. Betty wante-1 to marry young
Shott, bat ber father bad other plans,
hod she was compelled to obey him. lie
chose for ber husband a man three timea
her age, wbo owned a large plus tract la
the neighborhood, a valnable property
that landlord Beaton was anxious to
posse aa. He compelled bis In-year-otd
laughter to marry this msa. Aside by
nsroe. lie only lived sis mooths and left
bis young wioow the pin I ami, which
her father sold and appropriated tha
proceeds to bis own use.
Marrle Her I list Lavev.
TsVung bhott bad ia tbe rrj-aiitim
closed out his contracts and goa away.
One year after the death of her hosbaad
young Mrs. Aulds married, entirely to
spite ber father. Job a Graver, a sawyer,
lie was killed in bis employer's mill ons
month later. The landlord's daughter
was now twice a widow, although she was
not yet IS years old. Two months after
ber second husband's death Kdward
Sbott returned to KmeTeun's Mills, and
on her lMh birthday yonng Widow
G rover, wbo had growa defiant of her
father, married ber old-time lover. Tbe
couple lived happily for a year, and one
child was horn. The child was not two
weeks old when the father was crushed to
deiath by a falling tree la the woods.
Widowed now for a third time, tbe land
lord's dsughter monrned her third hus
band sincerely for two years. Then her
1st Mara Hsshanils.
At the age of SSI she made what was re
garded aa a moat fortunate marriage,
ber fourth husband b.-ing Klmer James,
s yonng Warren connty lawyer. James
turned out to be a drunkaisl. II abisl
his wife and child ao hnief ally that she
had no difficulty in obtaining a divorre,
which was granted four mouths after aba
became Mrs. James Hit remained a
widow until she was 2 when she mar
ried George Rhone, a widower of 51 He
was a prominent man in the locality. Be
fore they were married a year Rhone died
with tbe small pox.
The aiath Happr Mask
His young wife nursvsl him all through
tbe course of the dreadful disease, escap
ing witboni taking it herself Rhone left
his widow ttO.Ouu in rash. She was then
not 21 years old N'.it long after brr last
husband's death abe took her child and
went 10 Ohio, where she had relative liv
ing. This was one year ag-. - Last Tues
day she rote to a friend iu this city that
be was to be married the next day la
(.'nrfniiton. Ky.toa young man named
Charles Cr-sn, a farm-r
Minister Conger OiT lor is Post.
W tSHf SOTO ClTT, Nov. t X-:-Representative
Coner, tne uewlj appointed
minister to Braid, was in the city yes
terday, at ranging bis affairs with vb
slate ih-iiartnient He b-fl Washington
tor N.-wp-irl New m Ibe a'lerooon to
take the sie.iiner S -i;i.r ica 0,1 bis way
tO IllS IMH1
I owell Fifteen Handrod.
U.wtl u M is , Nov 15 -Tbe Iri-h del-S.'ali-s.
U Brien and Dillon, arrivtsi In
-hi- city ester. lay alteruoon. and epvke
at Him:. iik-ton hall Kifteen bun. I red
ioilars were coul rib ited to the cause by
rBtcsoo. Nov. u.
The quotations on tbe board of trad to-day
ere aa follows: Wheat November, opened.
He Cl--e I Kir; Itrretnhar, a-nod aMac.
:aead 4-s : ay. opraed i ..-. -led
SlilH l orn Noretuher, pened sVsy. closed
Vef; Isx-etiila-r. opened s!V, closed rryr.
xla. o-ueJ .".i . ilueed Alstc. -uonila-r.
oivned 4 n, rloexl tin; fl
xuub r, -iied 4ISc. cIosm si.- Stay.
proed 44--, tha! if-. Ilwk-Nuvrmtasr,
H-&ed suit i hnel January, upraed
lllil. rkaa-d til)-. May. opened tlt.su,
:lnrl il- .tr-4 Lard Is-rsMnhrr. oprued
ts IU, ! 1 tu.
Live St:-k I'nioa St. ks yards report tbs
rolhiwiUK urn-.: Hrs - Market nned
rather arllvi-. hisfs about -c lower: pic alifat
ly higher. Imht Kmdea, ja.aija.in; roush
packing. $-10.711 mixed. IAl. t tV heavy
packing an I shipping lots, U.ku.m.U iiijrs.
Cattle-Skipping- Meets, tsV.s4.S: cows sod
hnl a. l.a t- X.; stork and feeder. (LTiaaV
IAK Trsss steers, t- '"Z w. stern rant
steers. t Vt f alvea. tl Zj. Sheep
l uil: law a it.:4tiii.
f-rudi: Hutter-Kancy srp.rai.K-. XTi.$
5V-; One fatbtia.1 1 rram. dairies. Omi
fresh, 12V. fresh lai-aiiur stuck, 10Uc
Yjc - Kresh rand est, loa. off. 9iiCHc per dna:
ice house Mink, lSls.o. Lire uuttltry
:'uii ketia. hcas, Ze prr l.: surtu- chicken. 71
tVHc turkrya. a-Ual, jluc; ducks. T&aa.
(rear, H r.ui per dua. Potatoes aawao
per bu. Applet Illinois green. S2.fclM.u par
Nw Yoaa. Nov. It.
Whea.1 -Nu. z red winter cask. tl. IV d
Deiwuiber. tl ulfe do January, lUB. C.a-s
-No. X nUted ash. C,- do boormher.
aW?w-; do January, tic Ota VuMrt and
aaak; No. s mixed cash, 7M:; o Iierem
eer. 47s,c. Kye Nouilnal. Br.-e- -Nood-rH-k-lull;
mess, llJj,ir in. lard
-Vulet; lSrsmler. ..; Jaunary. Ait
Livestock: l'alU-Tradin Hnusa-1 active:
pourest lo Ut batir steers. (4 a 4.ai S llsi
fcs. Texan and Coharadoa. -.TS.. balls
snd dry cons. lUsytiTi. rih ep and Umhe
Market active: sheep, ts'stoaVW f i a;
emu. ei-TSiKl l Hofs-Jiaxtrt standi; live
ioga. ts hi J.4.JU y links.
Hsy rplaad pratns. f.00OS.M
Hay Tiiaouiy-aa UUOVt .M.
Bay-WUO, 10 0U.
Oosl Mod lis.
Uord Wood I a 4U).
" A prominent physician and old army
surgeon ia eaitern Iowa was railed swsv
from home for a few days. During hit
suscoce one ot toe children contracted a
severe cold, and bis wife bought a bottle
of Chimbtrlaiu Cough Remedy for it
They were so much pleased with the
remedy that they afterwards used sev
eral bottles at various timet. Ha said
from experience with It. he regarded it as
tbe most reliable preparation in use for
colds, and that it came tbe nearest of be
log a specific of any medicine be had
ever seen. For tale by Hartx A Bsbn
Versed la Lssve Hsxte.
Over SO people were forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call at tbe ding
gist's for a free trial package of Lane's
Family Medicine. If your blood Is bad.
JQur liver and kidneys out of order, if
you are constipated and hare headache
and an unsightly complexion, don't fail
to call on any druggist today for a free
sample of this grand remedy. Toe ladies
praise it. Everyone likes it. Large tlse
package 50 cents.
Asi ssi of tartar
sills ItsTsnlaj sUssjlk
hsalac sassdsc, Blgbsst'
-V. M. flu.rsin
A.T POPULAR PRIC liliS
It always to b foand at
Robt. Krause's Clothing Emporium,
115 and 117 West Second Street. DAVtNPOiU. IA.
( Pocket Cutlery.
, e Have avic sll
Many nsefal articles for the
Fall line of mechanics' tools
THE UOLIIE SAVIIBS BAIK
(Casrted my the Leftolarsr of llllaota)
MOL1NE. - ILLS.
Opaa Sail rmsi a. H. to I P. at ., sa oaTse
as4 latsnUf Bvralas float 1 1
IntsWMt allowad oa Desposlu at the rate
of 4 per Cant, per Annum.
Deposits receiTrvHa amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
ICTBJTT AJfDAD VAXTAG Ba.
Tas nrtvsU prorwrtv of tk Trsatr Is reap en.
Bleatta ttedenaeitors. TVaeScer ara pr..VlM
tea rros nomwta aaf of tta ssoser. Mianr
Oncwm-tm W.Wwtns-cwrTT4mt-, rea-T3?-"'
Vk" rsiUl; 6. F. Hiinv.r,
rlTDr--- W. Waastock, Farter falsaer.
C. r. Beavasvay, J. 8Us Las. O. B BdwaH.
H. Heswsw. C. Vlutkaat.
GOLD KTP1L. f ABI8 a
W. BAKEIi & CO. M
41 tm mwtmUw.
aaM m lu snfietaav a ae
tates s ml Siasra. am n i
si Sar.. an anHai lar an
a raa. h Is sVlkaaa, aasrufc.se
a""Vtlwe,a. uhit Dajsiu
saS adanraalr Hal tm iwi
aU b Orswrl rrrrrv Werw
W.aUXES & (XLDorciwster. Kasa
i 43 Is SfsDOVWxtr-o
ths Iraylins rMne.1v lot
IHSinsss a Si sees.
Tnilr saar irar.', mm
I llisiaur a silaa
I sraarrtua K sad leel
. avasirr sJ In tTOaasaeodias-M
Tni Has ' On tu all mtr-rrrs.
a. j. eivs m. at. D.
I'BI ATT-a 111-
I l votaVtJ
bovxxi. a ixrl
(?5S5v5 .JO Z?1L
-TOE LA HQ EST ASSORTMENT
KVEtt OFFERED IN TIIE TUI-CITIKS,
Snow Shovels for Snow.
Coal Shovels for Coal.
Dirt Shovels for Politicians.
lions that are suitable? for mn
atvl builders' LarJararf.
OUR MEN'S CALF
BEATS THE WORLD.
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue.
2011 Fourth Aveone. TValrr in
Confectionery, Cigars and Toys,
School Books, School Supplies,
f TT rTJ t-a-v-e vr- -j
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and" Tinware.
Better Banner Cookinf and Hi-sUoj Stove snd tbe O- ne-ro CotJjir i; U'vr.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1C08 SECOND AVE KOCK ISLANH, ILL.
-or. w. jo3stes-
Ucaler is Jcw aa4
Second Hand Goods
Baya. sell an traoes say srtitls. A eoertalti mmar mt Jmln.
No. 1C14 8rryJ Avrnor.
ataaaractsrer mt all kks f
BOOTS AND SHOES
0BteriaeSatMtepsrJslt. Ransirtac 4oa BcaCf mm pvaspUv .
A sliar of roar patron- rerpertfnllj eollctto.
1618 Second Arcane. Ttnk Isnd.Ill.
IE1. W. WINTER,
Arcade CIGAR Store
ATTD TIMPErUNCK BILUABD AXD POOL HALL.
Ko. ir8 8E00XD AYESCK.
lasportasl CXtmn m sssrlslir. rr s gses at dear call si tie Anavi
( Fe ttKr IaWs 1
We btve ; C.r,-1 N-r-r. '
(t'wret :rrl txr