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VOL. XI NO. 2S5.
KOCK ISULND. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1S92.
I Sare (VyM
, Ir Woe. la
READY TO WEAR
The greatest desire of every parent is to get the
best made, stylish and original clothing for their
children at as
Little O ost as Possible.
We are prepared to show you by LARGE
ODDS a more complete line of boy's and chil
dren's clothing than you have heretofore seen in this
city, and at much less cost.
Why Pay $6 and $6.50
for a Child's Suit elsewhere when you can get a
first-class suit at
The London for 5,
equally as well made if not better and much more
We have made a special effort this season in
our children's department to be leaders in price, style,
quality and workmanship. Don't buy your boys and
children's clothing until you have looked through
our beautiful line.
SAX & RICE, New Props,,
The only Cash Clothing House.
Don't forget we have the largest line of Men's
dress and busi
ness suits, under
wear, hats, caps,
neckwear a n d
for 48 cents,
worth 75 cents.
QUITE A SUKPKISE.
Result of Georgia's Election to
ronton of ike str- O or ded to t Re
ftMiut e (Ve Ih. Offer- Wt ty
Furore Krtrm fno. "W.ra
Tk MtrMtM Miwr l.ar Itrfor lk
SuprpBif Coort Txatwwrk Oaalb-jr-
Cntluai to H H Fxisl t loo wd T-rooa-
te a T-oIltirml Sranliw if H lVos
An iT. G.v, Oe. 6. Georgia has voted
t be IVniv-j-a-ic ticket bv about :,. At
none yvsteiday it was admitted tbat tbe
TVmo.-rss had SSVW majority, the agri
rulrcral courses Nfiaj; conceded to the
IVo-pk's party; but it w-as fcerf that tbe
s-urprise uvk place. Wheels he "reports from
thse counties twui to come in they
showed k steady t.tm of big m-vjorities
far the IVmcvraTs. The countw known to
be hot beN of third parcyism came up
with surprising changes of front. The
People's party leaders wi'T completely de
moralited. Kevkdale, the koroe county of
Cauaidaie Teek. pity SV luAjority for
Nor: hen. The only person rash enough to
renture a prediction of ma.voritv
Tuesday nigl : w-as Rector R. M. Black
burn, snj now be is hailed as prophet in
AUeprd Causr of the "Nliimr--"
Tlur Alliance people could hsvt had con
trol of the stare but far the action of
I'riitcd States Marshal Buck, who instruct
d tlie Republicans to rote for the People's
party ticket. It was the bitterness aroused
by this fact which led to the unfriendly
reception of General Weaver. Alliance
men by thousands declared that, while
iey sought certain reforms through the
I Vople's parly, they could not train s the
lilies of KepuWicanism.
Jaoks-vnvili.K. Fl., OcL . Mitchell,
rV'intvrat. is e!eotl governor by fully ST.
AXl. Ouly one ftmmr dlaker
wajority JUiinst Jim. The legislature will
lie Skliiilv lVmocratic in both branches.
bu?c-ss it&R pjeaisjjTv.
SmrNtoJ-IYlIV Mass.. -".:!eUw
Reid a3 t5-rvno- McKir.ky mrr-.i.' fr
Ix4oo yesiotvijiy njvrr. arhi w-r-re jrx5
by the oititis" OkVr,;::ee. who rsocrre.t
tbeau ?c tb-M assk-ct ii.;-. w h-ere nvp
txirx ws beiii nu w taV.-tv. T-e
KepubJicaui Ubifvroei -cvr.-Si.iS
opte them to tbe caty bZi, w hjob w-!
crcwJel beyoevd it capc:xy. ri the ct
K erjthusias ws sjw-n. K VverSvV
Kr.-vr irtro3oo(sj Reii. who svlt
briefty. sad tbeR Governor VcKir.Icy t5e-x-of
his tine er.tirety to the i-.scussN-n of,
irreocy sursi free traoe.
W iti t.Nt t- tv wk WaMv
BNV O. A, !.".. v-t. IVv-is fob
wi.:bete t-nv.; ro-rVsV!e o:y f xb
v;.S. AV;! k-. Jo frorc. Je o:ty cni
ersl i(ep ar-rosis-rj wx.!s. VSr w-m-tv-
j hs be u-5 only for KMhir.
Reile eluE at tlrvKvVtjw.
Hwookits. X. Y.. vl A Tb firs: Re
ptilCioan ienwstrsjctn of note in the
preswr.t empijr! ewurroil at tbe rir.V on
Clermont avenue List niw:ht. where a mass
r;evtin: was h5i. The immense as-.i:torv
sm ws lld atviI rrtt er.thusi.vsni pre
vailoi. Tbe rietnc w presjiloi over by
-ConcresstTsazi V jll-sm O. W",x aii
tbe chief speoXer ln.crsi!ir. Charles
A. lVntI:e. Maine.
Tts lil Karae a Kw.
WNs:v,;wvit, vVfwrt:vi; fSvss
n:;.v75 that has Nvn in XMr-re for tnarr
ytvars. ?istnaster teseraj WanamaVet
ha iss'ttt-vj x orJer TiiVv;C"injt tbe postal
rvs;lats arn'. J.V.reotins that bereaftv
tbe rr.ails ra-.;s be -Mi.le p and
on bol as on .xber days.
tbe vlber I;-!.-.:.--. ;.r
fTNvr'S p n. v;e".iv
McKtnley at Atlawt. M&
A PA vs. Mass.. iVt. v in'Mr M.Kin
ley arrive! here at last eveiitv.c. ai l
was cTvyted with ei-.tbusiasrsi. He sjxtke To
an iranwuw thrvvx.;.
THE MICHIGAN MINER LAW.
Ita Constitutionality To lt Puwl I'pon
by ttie I". S. Supreme Court.
Washixi-.ton. tX-t. tv AlxMit the most
intere-: inc c.-ise con-.ins Ivfore the United
Stati-s snprvme ourt lias sssion and one
which will Ik- ;ivauced if the plaintiff can
secure that fnvr is iSe one entitled ""Will
iam Mcl'lierstuj. .Ir.. and others, plaintiffs
in error. n;iiii)st K.lxrt Ik ltl.tcker. stvre
tary f state of the state of Michigan. "
Aoeonlinji to the co.m-1 for the plaintiff
in errvr "the se wo.il.i .'"u to N of niotv
public interest thn:; h:.t t-f Hoyd vs. Ne
braska." Mcl'herstn :'.il the others are
the iio:n:nes for the Ki'uu?':ci party in
Michigan for the cilice of presidential
elector. They claim the riht to 1hv votisl
for on a general ticket ihrouchout the en
tire state of Michigan as pnn idiM by law,
and uniforiually the custom in that state
siiice its admission into the Union.
Ttie Act an. I lj- t lon Thereto.
The complaint is naUy against the Miner
electoral law, which makes presidential
electors elective by districts like represen
tatives in congress. This, the plaintiffs
contend, would not afford all the voters in
the state an opportunity to vote for an
elector, and they also claim that the plain
purpose of the net was to deprive the people
of t he state, as a whole, of any expression
of their choice- in the comimj presidential
election. It is also contended that the net.
''apparently with the sole purpose of pre
venlinx the people of the suite, as a whole,
from any voice whatever in determining
who are the lecally elected electors, in di-rcct-
ojiposition to the act of coincrcs. fix:-s
the tlay oi mi -tins of sucli electors on the
lirst Wttlnestlay in Decemlier instead of
the second Monday in January following
t he elet ivn."
History of the C.st
The plaint i:Ts in error Indian the proceed
ings to test ti c constitutionality of the act.
They dt'TiinndiHl that the secrvtnry of state
of Michigan issue his not ices of election of
electors for president and vice president
under the old law, and upon his refusal to
do so they tiled their petition for a tii.ni
dam us. The state court overruled thi-se
objections and denied the mandamus,
holding that the art .did not conflict with
the constitution of the Unit-cd States or the
net of congress, mid was valid. An apM-nl
from this decision was taken to the fleral
CHALLENGE TO JUDGE GRESHAM.
Taulkencck 'WantM to Se Hint "Quoted"
as a -levelatil Man.
St. IaU-IS, Oct.. fi. II. K Taulwiun'k. the
chairman of the lHple's uirty national
committee, is angry lKt-ause. Judge (ire.slinm
is announced to vote for Cleveland. He
dares (iresham to nmic out openly and say
he will do so, threatening in the event that
Gresham does so to make cxMisurc.s that
will create a national polit ic.il sensation.
TaulM-neck sjiid yesterday that af tor Weaver
wasnomiuatiNi by the I'opn lists he (Weaverj
received a letter from fireshain wliicb con
cluded with theasNurancetliat at theprojMT
time ho (linsli.nu) would have more en
couraging news for the presidential nomi
nee and t he reform movement.
lrouiiKCM au Intel-rating Ittter-lcw
Tnubene:k continued: "I have letters
and documents near at hand that will
place the judge inn rather omlmrrassiiig
IMisit iou. 1 will admit that Secretary SUU,
of the suite committee of Indiana, lied
when he gave ont the information that
Judge Gre.shiim would take the stump in
the interest of General Wenvr, but 1 will
not lu'licvc that Grc:'.hu:u intends to sup
port Cleveland until 1 see him imoted, and
when, he is I will be prepared to give out
an interview that will probably le of inter
est to liemocruts tnd itcptihiicuus alike."
WaitUiuclou l'olitleut Notoa.
WAF.nixtiToX, ) t. . C'lnrkvon and llo
Imrt, of the lit publican national commit
tee, were in t he city yesterday. They con
stitute a sub-commit tee on the subject of
way and means and their visit is for the
purpose of securing additions to the cam
paign fund. Another visitor was Mr. Gor
don, of Chicago, who came to invite Secre
tary of the Treasury Fobter to make a
spoech in Illinois, lie announced that the
secretary would spunk at Chicago on the
84th izsL Tic ivcrj-Ji- v. lll IciVw Lt
UXPZKrw oq jt TcaUoa that will oombina
HOWS THiS FOR CI;Ll2AT!ON'
An OnliKcr Tfcut Has AH th.rV of
ClNc.NN ATI. Oct. Tv At Maxtown. in the
nortbeasTorr. part of ranklin our!ty. at 9
oVhx-k yesterday morning there occurred
a desp'nte encounter N!wn threv men
and three w-omen. A you eg man ii.mihnI
S.x:uuei Rangs has for sre time Ixxr, pav
ing attentions to lls IViiniti. who
resides with hT thrx 1-rvJhers. a stt and
her elder brother's wife. Miss lVr.nett
did everything p-s!ble to d-.-Nura;
IVings aid expix-ssxl mat indignation at
Tlte M omen l"nrrary for a i-cv
Yostenlay morr.inc ai ; o'cl.x-V Iking.
acvxnnp.n-.iixl by h-.s brother K.lw ari ati.l
a man name.1 Qninc Van T.iss, ;;. app.r
at the home of the IVntietts. Ther- was
no one there but the two IVnuett girls.
Kdna and l.-la. and the wife of A. R l u
nett. The ladies suspected that tl c f -Hows
meant no go.xl to them, and when th v
rappxl at the thx instvid of opening it
Ux-We.1 it and also hx ke.1 all the ot herdoorV
ml windows, and nil tlirx fled to the up
per jwrt of the house.
Kes-rvl Iter I'lrr Ti I on;,
The men then sx'url a ladder and climb
ing to an upper w indow smashel it in and
entered t he room. Kdna lVnnett prx--,mvl
a shotgun and tired upon th.e imrn.icrs.
The shot struck Van Ta-seM in the breast.
1'Ut lxforv she could tiro again tl-.e min was
taken frnn her and thrown out of the
window. The two lk-iugs lxys then wired
Miss 1-la and forvxxl her out of the w indow ,
down i !;e ladder and i --to a w :in. Ti.t y
t hen drove away at full s;xsi and have so
far evadel c.-ipl urv
ALFRED TENNYSON DEAD.
The lreat ItitUU loet lv low n the
llitrin of Life.
iAivrxiN. tX-t. f 111 Alfred Tenn.vs.ni.
pxt -lautxvite of Great l.iitain. .h.sl at his
residence, Aldworth. Surn-y, at I:S. this
morning. A slight cold taken a week ago,
developed ir.to intlucni, which causl
Ueath. The household at Aldwoith vi
watching at the N-dsidc and wiitinc for
his death from ?::vi o'cl.v l cwiiiin.
Sir Andrew Clark, Hr. Habbs. Lady Ten
nyson, llallam Tennyson .-M.i a:i :.l f.i ..
ily sj'vvant were in the sick chimhc:-. S.r
Aiuln-w Clark had pl.mu.sl to r- ;r.ra to
lAindon arly in the evening, but .:. .:-i;-s.si
his earring' and remained with his (i.ie;,l
until the lasU
l'orty-Three Veara I'ort l-uureale.
.lfrel Tennyson, for forty tl.ni- j-eai
jxx't laureate of Kngland, and. sin.v t'.c
ileath of Victor Hugo, or, as some would
say, since the death of lirowniug, the fore
most ixxt of the world, was lmrn on Aug.
fi. lStht, in his father's jvii-soiiage at Sonier
by, I jiueolushin No Knglish px't fthe
lirst rank has reachsl such an ac' as this,
and none lias written jxx'try worth the at
tention of the world at a lime of life less
n.lvaiuxil by ton years. Wonlsworthliv.il
to sti his SOth birthday, but his last years
were liiade almost unendurable by physi
Hoilnl to the Very I'.n.l.
Within a year of his death Tennyson
completed a lyrical drama which gaiiml aa
much tvlmiralioii as any of his works of
that character, and until his last si. kiKits
he was ci)git.';iil upon a vork t he fragmenla
iot"T 1 i.-lx H.f est.iTi.il by those who h...-o
hriird ?ci:i. Teiunso:! came of an nucient
-..m.i fa. i. ily of i .;,. r.-.bl.' and. at tim.'s,
f ii.-iuie. Ili. :'::li:t-r, llev. I r. t.i--v'
Uiii Tennyson, was a man of .nwt n-
ergy and of lofty stature.
Ill" Klrt Work of Note.
Alfnil was the thinl of eleven ehihli-en.
scleral of w ho:n s'., iw.'.l co:i- id. table ,r-
.. y as r'i:i l" u til 1 ic w ru uigof verses
1 tele:-.. Ali'inl's i is,, work f any note
was n !! .ul. i-i is- p. .em f 'M limn cnll.il
"'f imbue; m." I: won t he chancellor's prixn
Bt C.i!i'i I . where he was a student
under l)r Wlioevell in Trinity collemv
Since then his p.sms have liecome fnmou
all over the worl.L
v is.s-.nsrn v-ieriCIV rarr
'K-ea: V..T. sVl ns-rsv r-.;v-T-otTy psvxxstst
by ftv:? O-.i. ttiV niTv.t-v s :rt -
stc t. i--'.i-,V.t-e - rs; ir-r-Ky. V.- lei-a
F;r -T-;v..-r. s.H-.l'hf -". i.!x warmer ta
Li E S-TOCS AND jPROCL'Ce MARKETS
Caic- V. V
lV!V-" inc tbe c,txtat km on tke KvM
of vrrt.l t'Sj-; heat Vtobrr. otrno.t
T.-. cKvst "N'.. . IVxi-mbr. openel TVo.oKsl
T"s" May ?ice.t Sffivx cJowol Sl'.x
vvrn VtoxNr. openel wVto, ekxxvt .'K't
lV-x-rtiVr. .-sx-rxst Sa. -kw.l Vy
ore"-e.I ev. -Kxxi to. Vt - V-t.-or.
eyrisJ. a:vi . -Vxt Klro; l"xxsyn-.ber. or.t
V., . I.wsi :i;'.-; Va, oivxI Xvo. -Kwit
::.-. IVrk s ;.-N-r. e;x-tst 5U IV. -Vsxt
f.i N .-Mn-.b.-r. onrTs:si f It oklMst
juiT. ,:.ir.n:. ot-erte.! f!i! cX-wesl
$;-.V-.. V-t.ber,Nix-rwsl $.VST ckvHst
Live Stx V lVt.x ai t?:e Cr.Uvx St.v-k yarvt
t.xtsy rar-.vv.-t as i.'.l.-ni: tt.xrs MarKe
m.x'i, -Rtely aottw or. jviekinj arsl shirini as.
enni; 1A ; V higher; s.i'.v. n.cslat V:vV
VtKS. S.v.i'.TAT.v iit, SAAV:AA t-urh 1. V
inr. fbViA.T v.v.xol an.t f.V?.ysN Wy
JNH.-K'.nc sii.itui'j.-.n l.Hs.
I'attlc Market rasher .-uvy on KxvC and
sb-.pci'i: a.xnt and v-rs.x f;rr: u.4athns
nM.st $ftV.r.NW -b,.i,x to eitra shirplnil
teenx ? cxxl t.i .-Ih'I.v e. $a.Tvv?iO
fair l issl. cVbK.t.S.ai cmm.n to medium
d.xf.V-v butchers' i.t.xn $.aVTsAt Mock
ers. flTVWM Texas t.vrs, ranv
noers. UV (.' f.xsVrs l T.VWf .x f?Vt
kii' bu'.ls. a.i.t i'.S5 veal oalwa.
Sh.i-1'- Market rather active; pn.xv. ruhsl
M.'.x ; Q.i.Mti ramml at f;i.VT per
li ;: wtrrnv .s-Sx,ti natiixix $a..V.;AT4
Texas, anj SvV...V iambs.
isjwlx.x.; liitiT fancy ivnarat.v. ?i.V3Vs
fine crvumenos. SV,;-'i.V; .lirn. fancy, fresh,
Slkf e; x'Vir.tt st.X'k, rreah, ICV,1.1SV Kits
Strictly ftib M.x-V. IS.' ror d.. off. Ka
bMis st.x-V. lTMTi.'- l.ivi ponltry - tlena
nc ixr U: si'rinu chickens, UV; ns-w-terv .V.J
!H.; .luckv s-: sprinv .tucks, t.n,-; tnrkovs,
misil btv l'-l'; spriivii turkexs. ceose,
f .Vt- ST .!. IVtafxa Vtsx-MH txs
t.V'v is-r bu; Hebrawa. ;.tVs Knrbanka, ai
4Sc. So-( is.lat.x's lerM-y. fS.TVSI.V xvr
brl; IV.t inv..n. fi.XVii.&V Apples 5vsxl
recn st.vk, $S NV.iAW xr brl; jxiv to fair,
f I. K.; -' per bit: wvl to fancy red. $-vOv
Jv.Vi. lV.vln 'lifnii, f 1 i tl T (xt txi;
Micbican. SVitV- I -or t-S bu lsv.k.'K !.XJ-l..V
per bu (wskel.
Siw Y.a, iVt. N.
Wheat-No, t nst winter cash, nVie; tV-t.-ber,
TX-c; Nwemlxr, Ju': IVx-ember. Sl.t
May, s'. Com N.v i nue.l cash. StfVc;
tVtoWr, MVj. : Nox-iMilxr, 8cV; lxs-em-biT,
.V.ic. Vits -N.v mio.l cash. ."ic;
tVtoli'r. ;W4c; Xovember. s:.'; 1 Vs-i-nvlxr,
-V Ke- Pull at 6tV for car lots and
Kl l.w.ls Havley -liiill and uncliaiise.1.
lrk Stea.l,; old mexs M .. lard -Vfulet;
iVtoliT. $M1S; N.w-eiiiliT. feT.l' bl.l.
l.i-e Si.s-k: I'aitle Tra.linc fairly acttvo
jsx.n'st to tTt nrtiie steers, 5-'- 'H' ''
lbs; Texan and Vloradoa. ..VV,i-xS balls and
dry ss. 1.i:-;iM. Sheep and l,amba - Mar
ket active at an advance of ke ixr lb fr Is.tU
hluvp i.d l.ouKs; she. i, :i.T.V;Ai per b Us
lnmlv.. fvtiv,nk7.V ll.x.-s Maikct firmer; live
U.XJS, J.M.V,, 10 1ST Ul lias
Iroe.t Ilrit.l Wl.ll at Work.
Wauhisistox, tkrt. 0. C. I. Jones, chief
of the issue division tf the treasury de
partment, tlmppeil den.l while at work.
Mr. Jones was an old employe of the de
partment, having lsi-n entaif.il there for
alsiut twenly flve years. He was lorn In
.New Hampshire and appointed from New
lork. He was alsnit .V. years old. The
cause of his death is said to lie heart fail
ure. Free ItaptUts In Neaalntu
Ixwf.I.L, Mass., ().:L, . The triennial
mii-ting of the general conference of the
Free Ilaptists of the I'nittil States waa
openetl here yiterilny. Delegates f nun all
parts of the country are present. I'resident
Moshicr, of Michigan, CAlletl the confer
ence to onler and llev. Dr. t). II. Cheney,
of lift tea university, presided.
A ldneal Ileacendaut of t olunir.ua.
New Yokk, Oct. a The steamship Ori
talia. from Havana and Yucatan, arrived
t quarantine j-exterday having on lxmnl r
lineal descemlart of Christopher Colum
bua. wbo oomes from k
tfc Ooltunbiu celebration.
The luteal Mrkrt.
Wheat - VTJ.Wo.
Hran S.V is-r rwt,
Mill'iitt- fl W 1st rwt.
Ilav T'moihv. ?-TltO; upland, $S Jtrt; alonh
;ixis; baled. JU (aii M.
Ibitter Fair to i hotce, ISc ; creamery , tO0
Kcfc Krr-h, INr ; packed tiV.
Poutrv 'hU kena, lixtti) ; Inrkrya 1 -.'
du.kv, lSe; (reraa, bV.
ruviT a Mi vvusTAat.Ra.
Apple ft xT.W 7Hh"'H.
P.tJloe :Sn mix
ti ion stxlSNx
1.11 C TOTS.
Catt'e Butcher pay tor corn fed aleera
ISCKSt; ciiwa and hclfpta, KHOSc; ralvra
Haul? NMl? TV
son !xtn at,
Cotnm.ui boarAa $1 .
.lotpt Srantlinn and ttmtver. I 'K fn-l 'It
KvrrT aildlllonal foot Inlentli Nl.eni.
X A "X SMnklt 75
I athji Nl
Krn. li t Pito lfltr! (tn.
oek tH.nrd,roii(;li in.
For rrnrrlnti lo a auhjort an nnuaual, t m
II way pBBaa Inf tin tor axaua to k not
! anl.1 fi.r half Ike firlre of Hi etlict
kind. 1 H l.l, we ay -If Hi tiiallly
u not what II ahuuld be. of euura It
Would not sU at alt
Ilaktna nwdr dompanMii aay tiolhln
of ttM-tr riorMlant prlera, liut taMt run
Unaalljr of chealrml analyala, .
LH the -WilkU VmA the arlmtwaa, hut
' tat pear-Oral woman try Clonal, SJsl
VT TOTO OSOCXB1