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THE AUG US.
Satcedat. September 3. 1892
Programme at Jackson Park
on October 21.
ITVE THOUSAND VOICES IN CHORUS.
Addnttrt by IMreetor General Davis,
President Harrison. Representative
Breckinridge and Cbanneejr M. Iepew
The March to the Grounds and the
Guard of Honor Exercises to Be Held
lu the Thirty-two Acre Building
Peristyle and Casino A Beautiful
Chicaco, Sept. 8. The dedication of the
World's fair buildings will take place on
Oct. 21 and the management has con
structed and adopted a programme for
that occasion, which begins with sunrise,
when a national salute will be fired. Dar
ing the morning the president of the
United States and other official visitors,
including governors of states and their
ataff. will be escorted by a guard of honor
composed of United States army and navy
detachments and national guards to the
manufact urtrs and liberal arts building,
where the -ceremonies will take place.
These will begin at 12:30 p. m. with the
"Columbian March" which will be followed
by prayer the officiating clergyman being
Bishop Fowler, of California.
Exercises of Presentation.
Director General Davis will then deliver
the introductory address and Mayor
Washburne the address of welcome, which
will be followed by the "Dedicatory Ode"
written by Miss Harriet Monroe, of this
city. It is a tribute to women's work in
troduced in recognition of the board of
lady managers. Presentation speeches
will be next in order, the master artists of
the work coming first. They will be pre;
sented to President Higinbotha-u and re
ceive medals commemorative oftheir ser
vices. President Harrison delivering the
medals. "The Heavens Are Falling" will
then be sung and the presentation of the
buildings for education will follow, and
then the buildings will be presented to
President Harrison for dedication.
The third and last section of the pro
frramme will be led by the president of the
United States, who will make the dedica
tion speech. At his close the "Hallelujah
Chorus" from "The Messiah" will be sung,
and the oration of the day, by W. C.
Breckinridge, will follow. The "Star
Spangled Banner" and "Hail Columbia"
will be song with full chorus and orches
tra, and then Hon. Chauncey M. Dejew
will deliver the Columbian oration. Bee
thoven's "In Praise of God" follows, and a
prayer by Archbishop Ireland, benediction
by Rev. Mr. McCook, of Philadelphia, and
a, national salute close the ceremonies.
Order of March to the Park.
The order of march to the World's fair
site is as follows: The president, vice
president, representatives of foreign gov
ernments, senators and members of the
bouse ot. representativss, orators of the
day, governors of the states and terri
tories, officers of the World's fair, and
other distinguished guests, will form near
the Auditorium on Michigan avenue,
whence they will be escorted by cavalry
and artillery south on Michigan avenue
to Thirty-fifth street, thence east to and
up Grand boulevard to Washington park.
where the military will be formed to re
ceive them. The batteries will fire the
president's salute, and the command will
be turned over to ine presiaem.. ins
troops will pass in review and become the
escort for the procession through Wash
ington park to the south entrance to the
grounds. In the evening a special electric
and pyrotechnic display will be given on
the expottitiou grounds appropriate 10 me
A Chorus of K.OOO.
Instead of 1,500 singers to raise their
voices in the grand chorus at the dedica
tion, Choral Director Tomlins bus decided
to have a chorus oi o,uw iraineu voipes.
Mr. Tomlins has just announced his plan.
which comprehends the greatest chorus
ever massed. He has called to his assist
ance singers of every nationality and de
scription from the deep-toned German to
the childish treble of the surpliced cnoir
A FEATURE OF THE FAIR.
ra.lno and Music Hall on the
Colonnade aud Porticos.
Down on the shore of Li.ke Michigan,
where a narrow channel lead into Jack
"son park and n lorit; pier reaches out into
the lake, one of the linest buildings of the
rnnaiuon is hphcr titit together. The
struct ure i '' no means as imposing as
thit main Luiiui:itf. but from an artistic
point of view it eusily ranks with the best
of them. 1 nis btruciure j 111 me lunu ui
two buildiMs the music hall and casino,
.n.,n.i.til liv hii ooen colonnade or
neristyle. Laokinjr at the structure from
the lake, a ironi oi oju ieet n iiiratm,
Both casino and music hall are 140 feet
wide and 240 feet deed, three stories.
I'ses of the Buildings.
The first floor of the casino will be de
voted to the bureau of public comfort,
which has undertaken to find boarding
.1.. fnr visitors aud irive them central
Information abotrt the city. The upper
stories will douotiess oc occupieu uj
restaurants. The lower walls of the build
t - irrl tv numerous large open
ings, giving it nn airy effect. The out
lines of tne music nan arewmnor w iuuw
r ,. u.i The rround floor has been
planned for orchestra concerts. It has
a stage for 4'JU penormen uu ou suhu
theater for an audience of 2,500.
t.Fll.ni mod PeristvlO.
The peristyla connecting :. these two
buildings is in toe iorm vi u wji
nade. It Is MO feet long and 60 feet deep
formed by graceful co.un.c. .wiirt uigb
and 5 feet in diamettrr. Upon these col
umns statutes appear, representative of
the fctates of the union. Panels on the
frieee llow bear the names of the states.
The most striking feature of the peristyle
is the central portion, an imposing edifice
known as the Columbus porticus. This
feature towers above the buildings at
either end. It is like the entrance to a
magnificent bridge, spanning the channel
that leads in from the lake. The porticus
is richly ornamented with statuary.
Note of the World's fair.
The "precession of centuries" has been
abu::iout-J, and the work on the floats so
far as it had progressed paid for on a com
promise. The reason was that the floats
rouM not pass under thennmerous bridges
which will It; required. This "fluke" cost
:he fu r $-51,00 J.
Archbishop Ireland will deliver the
rratiou at t-e openins; ot tne or la's
The Pennsylvania Railroad company
has decided to have an extensive exhibit
which will give a full explanation of how
the trains of the company are run, the
construction of the roadway, etc
Mrs. Backlev. wife of the Connecticut
governor, has sent a check for $of0 worth
of stock in the worman's dormitory.
Daniel French's new statue of "The
IViyublic" is being cast at Jackson park.
The statue is of mammoth proportion-.
Iz will be about sixty feet high. The face
being six feet lonLT.
LOSS OF THE WESTERN RESERVE.
She Seems to Have Lacked Long! tut lonal
Chicago, Sept. 3. The loss of life on
the Western lieserve steamer included
Miss Bertha Entcleberry instead of a third
child of Captain Miuch. Otherwise the
list heretofore published is substantially
correct. There are no further particulars
as to tbe cause of the disaster. It seems
accepted that the vessel broke in two, ap
parently by her weight fore and aft whn
lifted amidship on top of a wave. Marine
men here say the loss is the result of the
system of building recently adopted.
Capacity Rather Than Strength.
They say that the struggle at the ship
yards was to make a vessels hold the most
freight ou the smallest dimensions. Still
they were all astonished to hear of the
loss of the vessel. Captain Prindiville,
however, says that if the Western Reserve
was weak amidship nearly all the modern
sta Tiers are subject to the same criticism.
He says the Reserve was built as strongly
as any of the modern steel boats. There
is cue fact, however, mid that tbe Reserve
had the record for carrying, both wheat
Heard from the Guiding Star.
MARQI-F7TE. Mich., Sept. 3. The fish
ing tug Kihel J. reports the schooner
Gui.ling Star, consort of the Toledo,
as); ore light on Big Bay Point, forty
mile west of Marquette. She lies in four
feet of ivater with the captain and crew
still on board.
The Guiding Star is safe in Hnron buy.
according to a dispatch received last night.
Another Vessel Reported Lost.
Sailt Ste. Makie. Mich., Sept. 8. The
steamer Green Bay, with a craw of twelve
men, is reported lost off Whitefish point
in Tuesday's storm. Chester Evans, who
brought the news here, says he saw her
cabin floating off Grascap.
MOB DOINGS AT CLEVELAND.
Popular Objections Expressed in the
Current National Style.
Cleveland, Sept. 3. A crowd of about
1,000 citizens attacked the stockade built
by the monument commission in tbe
southeast section of the public Kquare,
yesterday afternoon, demolished one of
the gates and compelled tbe men inside to
stop work. There is great indignation
over the attempt of the comniisMon to
locate the uew soldier's monument in that
part of the fquare and remove the olil
st.-itue of Commodore Perry. The city
tried to stop the work through tbe courts
but failed. Thursday the board of trade
adopted resolutions against the site and
sppointed a committee to plead with the
commissiotii-rs to change the location.
Tbe commissioners gave it out that they
would have nothing to say to the com
A Stranger with Wondrous Eyes.
GUAXlFAa.LS,N". D..St pt. a A stranger,
with what was described as wondrous
eyes, walked out of Martin's gambling
house a few nights ago with $2,300 paid
to him by the roulette wbel manipulator.
During the betting bystanders noticed
that the wheelman seemed dazed and paid
bets won by the house, the star-eyed
stranger being the only player. After the
stranger's departure the croupier awoke,
claimed to have been robbed and finally
became convinced that be had been under
a hypnotic spell. The name of tbe stranger
is not kdown and he has not been seen
since be made the play.
A Belligerent Populist Shot.
Little Rock, Sept. 3. During the pro
gress of a joint political debate Wednes
day at Conway, Ark., between United
States Senator James K. Jones, Demo
crat, and Colonel J. B. Suttler, Populist,
a man named Ingraham first interrupted
the speaker and then gave bis attention
to the crowd, hitting three or four men on
the head with a heavy ox whip. He at
tempted to strike B.-n Durham, but Dur
ham shot hi in through the left breast be
fore he could bring his whip into play.
The wound was fatal. The fellow shot
was a Populist.
Colts Strike Their Gait.
CHICAGO. Sept. 3. Anson's base ball
xperts have struck their ait agaiu and
for the second time went down before
Boston yesterday. League scores: At
Chicago Boston 4, Chiiatgo 1; at Louis
ville New York 6, Louisville 1; (ecoud
game) New York ii, Louisville 5; t Cleve
land Washington 1, Cleveland 2; at Su.
I.ouis Philadelphia , St. Louis 2; at
Cincinnati Brooklyn 5, Cincinnati 8.
MAKING IT WARM.
The Carnegie People Secure
Some More Arrests.
KEVIVAL OF THE IIURDEB CHARGES
O'llnnnell and Ross Apain on the List and
Their Its.ll Likely to Reach 23,000 A
Lot if Men Charged with Aggravated
Riot and Pot Voder Bonds Conspiracy
Also in the Accusation McLnckle
Blokes an Introduction That He Re
PlTTeBCKG, Sept. 3. Again murder
charges are made against the Homestead
strikers. Five other warrants for murder
were issued yesterday, each charging the
killiug cf J. W. Klein July 6. The de
fendants are Hugh O'Donnell, the Home
stead labor leader; Hugh Ross; Matthew
Foy, his son William Foy. and Jack Clif
ford. O'Domell, Clifford and Ross are
already under 10,000 bail each on the
charge of murdering T. F. Connor, a
Pinkerton man, and Silas Wayne, a
striker. Besides this, O'Donnell is also
under b.i! for $2,0X for aggravated riot
and $1,000 for conspiracy.
The Bonds Are (Jetting Heavy.
Ross is under the same bonds, and if
O'Donnell and Ross are admitted to bail
on this charge each will be under t23,000
bonds. Clifford was arrested at Home
stead yesterday afternoon and taken be
fore Alderman McMasters here on two
charges. Upon that of conspiracy he
waived a heating and gave $1,000 bonds
for court. Upon the charge of murdering
Klein he was taken to jail, and an appli
cation will- be made to court for his re
release on bail.
Six Other Men Arrested.
Six other Homestead men were taken
before Alderman McMasters yesterday
afternoon, all on informations made by
Secretary Love joy. James H. Ball was
charged with Hggravated riot and was
sent to jail in default of fi,OJO bail. Elmer
K 15-ttes, accused of conspiracy, gave oail
in il.OoQ for a hearing Monday. Thomas
M. Bavues, charged with riot and con
spiracy, surrendered and furnished J3,U0
bail to the court, lhe three others gave
bail as follows: Ocar Col flesh, conspiracy,
1,(J; Patrick Fagan, conspiracy, 1,;
Peter McAllister, aggravated riot, cli,U0-'.
Wasn't Aniusiug to Pagan.
An amusing incident characterized Fa
gan's arrest. The arresting officer had
been looking for Fagan all the morning.
While passing the Amalgamated associa
tion headquarters he noticed Burgess Mc
Lucke tailing to a group of men. When
the officer stopped. Burgess McLuckie,
after shaking bauds with him, remarked:
"I want to introduce you to my friend
Pat Fagan." The officer acknowledged
the introduction and then said: "I shall
be obliged to place your friend under
arrest; 1 have been looking for him all
day." McLuckie wss considerably taken
aback and made a remark to the effect
that the introduction would not have
taken place had he known that Fagan
was on the list.
An International Affair.
BUFFALO, Sept. 3. Sir Julian Paunce
fote, British envoy plenipotentiary at
Washington, has been asked to take offi
cial cognizance of the shooting of young
Michael Brnderick, sou of a British sub
ject, by members of the Twenty-second
regiment, national guard of Brooklyn,
Aug. '5, while ou duty in tnis city during
the recent railroad strike.
HERO-WORSHIP IN ENGLAND.
Also au Eye Alert for tbe Nimble Shilling
LosduX, Sept. 3. The adventure of
Gladstone with the cow is stiil the thrill
ing seusation of the day at and around
Hawarden. The queen has sent a tele
gram inquiring after the premier's health,
and a perfect flood of messages from less
distinguished sources has poured in upon
the grand old man. Scores of letters of
sympathy aud solicitous inquiry have also
been received. A less pleasing fact is that
many missives of a scurrilous nature have
been received. Gladstone, wno considers
his mishap ts too trifling to be noticed, is
much annoyed at the newspapers for giv
ing it so much publicity.
Bailey a "Biger" Man Now.
Bailey, the local celebrity who shot the
cow, is the hero of the vicinity. He re
ceived the head, horns and hoofs ot tbe
cow as the reward lor killing her. These
trophies he took to Chester to bave them
mounted aud preserved as reminders of
the proudest moment of his life. He has
received many local offers for them, the
highest being 10. This he relused, but a
liberal oiler inigtit sec .re the articles fur
the Chicago fair.
Men VI ho Will Extract Profit.
A Hawarden butcher bought the hide of
the cow for J2 and almost immediately
resold it for J5. The purchaser was a
Chester bookbinder, who intends to make
out of it a nt-tnbsr of mementoes which
will doubtless find a ready rale, inasmuch
as the chips from trees felled by Gladstone
are always saleable. The meat of the cele
brated cow was retailed at Chester at
double the ordinary price of beef.
Stevenson in Kentucky.
Heesdon, Ky., Sept. 3. Hon. Adlai E.
Stevenson reached here yesterday to spend
a day at his birthplace, aud it goes with
out saying that he was warmly received.
About even body iu the county turned
out. There was a barbecue and speaking,
Stevenson making the most extensive
addresB, in which he gave the Democratic
view of the case "lo admiration" and was
loudly cheered. He started for Blooming
ingtou. 111., to-day.
Geo. Win. Curtis Buried. -
NEW Yokk, Sept. 3. Geo. Wm, Curtis,
the well-kuowu editor of Harper's Week
ly who died last Tuesday, was buried yes
terday from his home at Livingston, S. L
The funeral, which occurred at I o'clock,
was very unostentatious, his son Dr.
Frank G. Curtis, the Rev. .Dr. Chadwick
aud a few intimate friends of the family
being tbe only mourners present. The
body was interred at Xew Dorp, S. L
Arrests at Garfield Park.
Chicago, S.-pt. 3. The city authorities
yestcruaj inaugurated a new and unex
pected move iu their war ou the Garfieid
race track. Just after tbe first race had
been run the police arrested the starter
and his assistants, the judge and thirteen
Sixteen Horses Roasted.
Washington. Sept. 2. The new stable
of the Belt Line railroad was destroyed by
fire Thursday night. Sixteen horses were
roasted in the flames, together with con
siderable buy, eta . . -
THE VERY LATEST.
Mere Cholera Arri Tea.
New York, Sept. 3.-The -Warner
Rusfia arrived this mornine with IU
plague victims on board. 23 patients hav
ing died at sea.
Another of Harrison's Men Resigns.
Washisgtox. Sept. 3. Assistant Sec,
retary Crounz of the treasury depart
ment expects to relinquish charge of the
office next wttk. He will gotoJ,e
braeka to nter the gubernatorial cam
paign. His resignation was sent lo Sec
retary Foter and by him iranemiited to
Haar Ball lMreetera nee.
Tbe directors of the base ball associa
tion held a meeting last night and it was
decided to call a meeting of tbe stock
holders for next Friday evening, when a
full statement and accounting for all
monies received and paid out daring the
season will be made. ' The players bave
all teen paid in full and all other claims
will als be liquidated. Tbe books of
the association show that $12,000 have
been taken in during the games here and
this together with tbe fact of it being a
wet, backward season and also a cam
paign year, which is always hard on base
ball, shows that the investment was not
a bad one. All obligation will be as
sumed by the directors.
Tbe players were si. released with the
exception of Sage and Cunningham, who
are signed for the season. For tomorrow
and Monday there are to be exhibition
games at Twin-City park with the Dav
enport ciut. The Twin-City learn will
be composed of Sage, catcher; Cunning,
ham, pitcher; Lynch or Kelly, short
stop; Rispen, first base; Siherer, second
base; South, third base; Connelly, left
fie'd; Cox. centerfield; Kahle, right field
Pitcaer Eling. formerly of the Rock
fords, and more recently of Baltimore,
has been released by tbe latter club.
O'Diy and Roberts may conclude to
Stay here during tbe winter, having an
opportunity to work in Moline if they
Nul'.on and Hoffman left for their
hi me in Peoria yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Bean's Conditional Offer.
Rock Island. III.. Sept. 3. Editor of
Akgus. Please announce to tbe Y. M.
C A managers my willingness to pay
$10 for their building, payable when
tbey shall have arranged with tbe board
of supervisors to pay taxes on tbe same.
Truly yours, J. L. Bean
A'l members of the TwioCity Cycling
club are requested to meet at the ncrth
side of Spencer Square at 1 p. m. sharp
Monday for a run to Hampton. By or
der of Will Ramsfr
Washington, D- C-. and Return.
, For the G. A. R. national encampment
the C , R. I. & P. will sell tickets Sept .
13th to 20th inclusive, good to return up
to 0 :t. 12th for less than one tare for
round trip. F. H. Plcmmer. Agt.
mn the Tlauds of Jews.
PAKIS, Sept. . The Marquis de Mores
has written a letter saying that Baron ue
Mohreuheim, the Russian ambassador to
France, in a recent conversation with
him. said that the entire press of Paris
seemed to be in the hands of the Jews.
The ambassador, according to the mar
quis, added that he was not aided with
funds to combat them. He alo said that
tbe Rothschilds had openly opposed the
Russian loan and at the moment of is
sue, in order to promote a collapse of the
markets, they sold enormous parcels of
Mrs. Harrison's Condition.
Washington, Sept. 3. The almost daily
publication of accounts about Mis. Harri
son's alarming condition of health was
brought to Private Secretary Halford's
attention yesterday. He snid: "Mrs. Har
rison's physical condition has improved
but her nervous condition has not kept
pace with physical improvement. It will
take a long lime for her to thoroughly re
cover. She is taking no medicines and is
simply awaiting the recuperation which
YOrR M05ET, OR Y0UB LIFE !
This question Is a 'pert" one, but we
mean it. Will you sacrifice a few paltry
dollars, and eave your life? or will you
allow your blood to become tainted, and
your system run-down, until, finally, you
are laid away in the grave? Better be
in time, and "hold up" your bands for
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
a guaranteed remedy for all scrofulous
and other blood-tainta, from whatever
cause arising. It cures all Skin and
Scalp Diseases, Ulcers, Sores, Swellings
and kiudrcd ailments. It la power
fully tonic as well a3 alterative, or
blood-cleansing, in its effects, hence it
strengthens the system and restores
vitality, thereby dispelling all those
languid, '"tired feelings" experienced
by the debilitated. Especially has it
manifested its potency in curing Tetter,
Salt-rheum, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils,
Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Goitre, or Thick
Neck, and Enlarged Glands. World;
Dispensary Medical Association, Mak
ers, No. CC3 Main Street, Buffalo, N. T
Woodyatt's Music House-
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATI & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county of tie
Pieuros etrid Org;eir,
WEBER, 8T0YVESANT, DECKER BR08., WHEELOCK,
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
" And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
FA full line also of small Musical merchandise. We have in our emnloy a Bret-elaes Pisco Tnrei,
"Well begun is half done.'' B-gin your housework by
buying a cake of
Sapolio is a solid cak of Scouring Soap need for alt clean
ing purposes. Try ir.
DAVENPORT FAIR EXPOSITION
DflVEFIPOOT, IBWfl, SEPT- 5-6-7-8-9.
SPLENDID BUiLDINGS, GSASD STOCK. HORTICULTURAL, AGRI
CULTURAL AD MECHANICAL DISPLAY.
$12,000 IN PREMIUMS. 54,000 IN RACE PURSES.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 6.
Class I. 2:4- trottiir-
Class 3-ear-i'i lr.i:ti:i or p;iri::i..
Class 3. 4J:-s tro.tins-
WEDNESDAY. SIFT. T
Class 4. 2:."W irntriiij
Class 5. Mile la.li ruitriin
Class b. -'::0 pa-ini:
THURSDAY. SEPT. 8.
.5 4-x..-i. "i..ss T.-srOtrnttinjr 400. m
. -(.. Class :!! mile mui! rejwat. running, arj.'.0
JinJ.uJ Class I'sre-lor-ull trolling 4jO.OJ
FRIDAY, SEPT. 9,
. v) Class trnttinir 43.06
. ::! i I . Mile aiil repeat, running 2VU'
,-ii..u-t --$-'ifi-for-;ill iKK-inK 4ij.w)
One and One-Thin? Fere thj Ran id Tri.o from Points within 200 Miles
in Iowa and 1G0 fttiies in Illinois. ; c
RAPID TRANSIT TO AND FROM GROUNDS.
Railroad and Electric Cars Every Few Minutes.
See local papers for railroad notices. i V '
For information address, m
P. W. McMANUS, Secretary,
HmRSegRji PROTECT YOUR EYES 1
SPECTAC L.E S
MR. H HIRSCHBERG,
The well-km.wn "pt ician of 6i9 Olive St.
(S. K. cor. 7ihn.1 Olive). St. Louis, has
nr pointed T g.Tbomabi spent for hia
celebrsert Diamond Spectacles and Eyo
clasea, and also for nis Diamond Non
Changeable spectacl s and Eyeglasses,
'lhe !e?es are tbe greatest invention
ever made in spectacles. Ky a proper
construction of me Lens a person par
chasing a pair of the?e KoD-Chaneeable
Glasses never has to Chan, e these glasses
from ihe eyes, and every oa'r purchased
is guaranteed, so that if they ever leave
the eyer (no matter how or scratched the
Lenses are) they will furnish the pvty
with a new pair of vrasees free of charge.'
T. H. THOMAS haa fail a.sortmenl
and invites all to satisfy themselves
of the great saperlortty of these Grasses
over any and all others now in use to cal
and examine the same at T.H. raomas'.
druggist and optician. Koc Island.
No Peddlers Supplied.
We will occupy our new store, cor. of Fifth avenue
and Twenty-third St., and will be known as the
EO'ST VvN KOCKRIlZ, Pharmacist.
The party who takes your money
without giviog a fair equivalent does you
en injury and leaves you dissatisfied; you
take care not to let him have the second
chiDce at you. When you so buying
think how fair we treat you; whatsplen
d:d values we offer; a dollar goes further,
buys more, here, than in most other
stores. Then too we throw, in, to put. a
gilt -dee on th bargain, a whole vear's
subscription to that charming magazine
Goodfopm'' when you have expended
tn of your dollars here. Think rf that
What other store off.-rs you so much as we !?
The Bee Hive is showing the largest and finest line of Fall
and "Winter Cloaks and Millinery In the city and a
astonishing Low Prices. s -
114 West Second Street, Davenport.