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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
OXIUT NoVKMUEK 7 19 .
Story of Willetts' Ventures
EE WEDS EIS LOXO-LOST DAUGHTER
dbasoit t tirisi 'iiits prfsriiM inr ner ansi.e
biishbiKt, hoping that the iay wouM comu
wfaeu a rt i-o.:ri;i.i. ii.ii wjM Ik? flTtct-i.
The piftt wire .-.iveil hy ht-r ii;tuibttr aud
Moi-l ar:iy anion-; i:tr effects iri Clt'Vr
l.Ti.ii. Tlij' .vi-h- :.fior.v.-irJ turned over to
liiiii, ami on .-i-vt i il .f the present there
were ii-.M-rijitio,.-. l.e.irii. i.is full nsine.
Mr. Wi!lp!i i t i.il i;i:..s, !inru to con
vince him tiiii. he h.-nl a.'.e a mistake in
his in.-irriat. --u. !; a-; r.o o! ht-r man was
ever li:ii'!e l. !.e. Hiiil, unwilling to
hreak aninlei" t h:-t i.-s which l-oiiml lii'i:
An.l Now He Vi'ar.tn to Know "VhT lie
I at" A Kenianrc !eve1o; Some
Strar-ce Features at Cliir:s-o A Faltli.
le Wife Fives MilH IJit Haliy .irl.
Vho Marries Her Half Krottier In
knowincly ami I.;,trr Ileeomcs the
Spouse of Iter Fatlu-r-ln-I.aw.
Cfirr r.n, Xiv. Conns-.-I was retained
Battini.--.- in one of the strnrest cases ever
bront:ht to the notice of the public. The
acts .f the cas outdo th-seofany of
Hy.h r IIai.'Lrarirs novels ami verify the old
axiom that truth is stranKer than fiction.
The lawyer in question is James W.
het.elaje.1 me pi u. t .;ui
Ration as a-. ;n-s-i: le.
Heir to a Half Million I '.Mate.
! Mr. Dnmiii in! ,-ai i S u i-.niay t hat the
c.se woiiiil p!oIahIy come up in court i.ext
week, "'l'iie actati wiil Ik- lor t..e anuul-llu-IH
of cv!:il:ut mi the v'l'iHi 'i 01 ii.li
Mruitivu irau.l. Th '.eve...pjnei.t i-f the
.- has hroiiL threat :rrow to Mr. i
Mr. W'ilhlt:. who iitr iimcli attaehet! to
kii-1i tvt Jiv-r. Tin y have for ov er a year In -i a
! hviiiii apai t, a lather mid dauh er. Mr.
Willetle l.iis a,j..i imtnts en ieldcu avmuc
find is heir to an estate in Knbim
at .-i.w He left for Cleveland hist
niirht to await the result of the work of the
deteciive hired to seek out his lirst w ife's
i a i nut', J
WENT DOWN IN THE ARCTIC.
rjrouiilard, who has an otKce in the cham- "! Whaler Helen Mar list 'With Tlilrty
ber of commerce buildinjr, and the client Four Men.
ia Samuel t'linton Willets, who asks the ' Sax Fijaxcish'O, Nov. 7. Xews of one of
lawyer to decide for him whether a woman U' worst, disasters that has happened in
whom lie married about two years ago ia the Arctic for years w. -is brought yesterday
his wife or his daughter. j Dv tue steam whaler lWluii. It told of the
A Youthful Marrlasre Xot & Success. i loss of the whaler I Iwleii Mar and the
About forty-Uve years ao, according to
me srory to tne lawyer, .Mr. llletts was
marrietl to Miss Mamie Kvans at Krie, Pa.
He was but 17 years old while she was just
tnrnitit: 16. They went to live with Mr.
WilletUs' parents and for a year they were
happy. At the end of that time a baby
jrirl was born and the joy of the younar
couple knew no Ixmnds. As time passed,
however, dissensions arose and quarrels
were freqiunt. A crisis was at
last reached. tine niht when young
Mr. Willetts returned from his work,
his wife and little child were
gone. Shortly afterward he heard that his
wife had died.
lesertel llusbaml Wetl Again.
Pix years after his wife deserted him Mr.
Willetts married Caroline Stevens, a young
girls w hose parents reside in a smalltown
adjoir.im; Krie. In less than two years a
6on was driven to him, lnt his wife was
taken away. He named the child Georpe.
It prew and prospered in health, and when
17 years old entered the employment of the
firm of Hanlimj, Davis & Co., wholesale
h;.rdw-.ire dealers in Pittshurir, Ph. In a
fewyarshe was !enton the road by the
firm. In the meantime the father moved
to Pittsburg and took up his residence with
his son. On Christmas night, 1NW, Mr.
Willetts sat waiting in his apartments for
the retnrn of his son. who had been on the '
road for thre -months. I
The Son Itrinys Home a Wife.
Finally the door opened and the welcome
visitor came in, He was not alone. With
him he brought a young and beautiful .ife.
She was a Miss Helen Wright and young
Willetts had met and won her in Cleve
land, O., white traveling for the firm. Both
her parents had recently died. Mr. Wil
letts took atrange fancy to his son's wife,
and as time f ew on it was difficult to say
which' loved her the most, father or son.
For twenty-t ight years the couple lived
happily together and old Mr. Willetts
Kocmed contented. On Dec. 1. li.;eori.e
Willett died after a painful illness of fix
months.. A few months after his son's
daath Mr. Willetts and hisdaughter-in law :
drowning of thirty-four men. Only one of
the four survivors came here and he is now
in the marine hospital for treatment. The
Helen Mar was an old. but staunch, boat
which sailed frim here Dec. 24 lust under
Captain E. O. Thaxter.
Too Husy to See Their Terll.
i Oct. fi. when in latitude 71 degress Hi
minutes north, the vess.l took two w lia'es.
The crew were so busy with the catch that
they did not oicrve the swift current car
rying them toward a great ice floe, in the
center of which was a huge iceU-rg. When
they observed their peril then- was no tim.;
left to ex-ape a wri ck. They got out. two
boats, but had no time to get into them In
fore the vessel came in contact with the
Crushed the ship to Pieces.
The vessel w as broken to pieces and ia
rive minutes the captain and thirty-three
men had perished. Mate Ward." ISoat
suvn r Anton Pargalino, C,k Kershaw
and 'two sailors jumped onto the tine and
went adril't. They sM-r.t foily-eicht hours
on the ice before their signal was sen and
were taken to Ounalask.i by thewhahr
Orca. The sailor. Koshan. was the only one
nlile to 1 hroiicht don n to San Krancisi--.
tdthoug?; the o ber will probably recoer
froia the exposure.
Seven Years Left
ners to Repent.
TIME TO GET YOUR EOTJSE IN ORDER
Calculations hy Which 11-is Important
rat I4 Xstahiisliel Some Kcliivses
That Are of Ominous Import 1 he ew
Star That Kow in the I ..st The Final
Seven Yeir lt.-;;ati March -J!. ls- An
Offer to Those Who Want to lutesti
Bte. New Vouk, Nov. 7. I'rofessor Tott u
hits issutil another warning, in whic'i he
s;iys: "Tl,e 'end of this age' is at t h- i or,
and it Ih-Iioovcs all who call t he;n !ves
Christians to set tin ir homes in unii r ere
it is too late. To furt!:;-r lL;s in the name
of the Ird, and in so far as in me lies. I
will gladly place any earnest inquirer (w ho
from concern in the premises may desire
to barn more-of the matter an 1 will eom
municate with me) in the way of securing
and veryifying all the information I pos.
sess, perchance unto the very saving of I.is
soul alive! In the meantime let me a id a
new guarantee to the burden of the cre
dentials which have already Ih-cii sealed
with many proofs, all of whic'i have been
j fully given unto whomsoever would pub- '
between tin- t-etc! ri' ts a:i t ffie larjorrrs
avail nothing the pr.b-ibility is strong that
trouble c.f a serious natuie w ill occur to
day. Tl.e suite lniii'iu has been ordered
to hold itself in rc.idi::e-s to preserve
peace. Ik-tails of men have (veil placed at
each of the armories in the city to guard
the slate projierty.
The t.overuor In Town.
Governor Foster and Lieutenant Gov
ernor Parlange, aware of the seriousness
of the situation, came to the city yesterday
to ascertain the exact state of affairs, aud
it is hojv-d by the more conservative ele
ment on bott; sides that their interference
will bm;g a!out a conciliation. Upon his
ariiv.:! y steiday Governor Foster was met
by i! committee of t he merchants aud a full
explaaat iot was m.-uie of the trouble from
tie--, i; 'j, -i t 1 1 of the buJiinf-s Cimmittee.
l.::i r . r. .'ie il.iy a delegation of :Mt nt.ion
: t ne governor and ihrou&b.
- ave their side of the case.
Iif.v Hitler cm t'ui:ni.m.
vsiiit s of both sides having been
sulmitt,-i! to the govt rnor the repritfeuta
tives ,f t!ie unions agreisl to submit to ar
bitration the questions of time, wages, and
unionism. Tne merchants.' committee iu
sistsi.n leaving unionism out of theqti.s
ti...i 'i i.-.-y wiil not, they K-iy, ait to
dictation as to whom they shall employ,
but wiil m i discriminate against union
men. I !:e Typographical unioii joined the
strike today, and have threatened todest-oy
eveiy paper gotten out wi'hout their help.
If this i- done t i.-re will !h- t rouble.
ANNIVERSARY OF ANARCHY,
Chicago -K-l" Cfimnteinorate
Hanc'ng tf Their Ltailrv
CllK'AfiO, Nov. 7. Yesterday was the
liivei-sary of anarchy in Chicago, and
people stood in a cold, drizzing raiu
AFTER MARRIAGE DOUBTS ARISE.
Tacts Which Indicate That Willets Wed-
His Own Daughter.
A singnlat attachment had sprung up
between them and on Jan. I", IS, thev
tvere marr'uil in West Kensington, Lon
don, Enir., by Wajne McLjcouard, an Epis
copal ministe r. Shortly afterward they re
turned to America and devoted consider
able time to travel. Much of their tin e
they spent in "Chicago, as they intended to
eventually make the city their home. A
few months ago the possibility that he bad
married his own daughter Is-gan to dawn
upon the mind of Mr. Willetts and he was
forced to believe that his wife was the little,
girl who hail be-n lorn to him many y -.rs
liefore in Eri.-, Pa. Since then he has
learned that 1 is wife, after dc-crting hi:-i,
went to Cleveland, O.. where in less thn
seven years she married a man named
It All I'.esnlts in a Pretty Mes.
Phe brought the litt'e girl i:p tinder the
name of Wright, Shortly after her Tnar
riajre her new-foun-1 ht;simd deserted hr.
She whs left .don- with her daughter, at.d
in a short time died. Miss Wright, left
alone, sought employment, ami eirnei! her
living until she met George Willetts in a
house in which she wsj loarding and fell
in love with him. Mr. Willetts ard his
wife, or his d .ughter, as he now calls Ler,
are living on the north side.
First Intimation of Trnuhle.
What it was that first awiikrued that be
lief in Mr. YViilett's- mind that he had
married his own daughter he is unable to
determine. The memory of his fiit-t wife
and the uncertainty attending the fate of
the baby girl she took when she doerted
him were not to bt forgotten by the oil
man and wheu Mrs. Willetts liegan to tell
her h isband little incidents In her past life,
before the mr. tried his son, he was strange
ly moved, fine day, soon af-r their re
turn from England, Mrs. Willett's showed
her husband a locket which she said her
mother left her. To his gnrprise the
locket bore the coat-of-arms of his mother's
familv in England. It was the first intima-
Waldheim cemetery and paid tribute w it!
seech ami song to the memory
martyred, " strewing with wn-aths and
flowers the graves of the live men who were
condemned hy law for their part icip it ion
in the Ilaymarket riot August Spies.
Georire Engel. Albert Parsons. Adol-.h
Fischer, and Iouis L,ingg. (uiet earnest
ness and enthusiasm and general good ord. r
characterized the celebrat ion of the men
and women who dedicated to the world a
monument that is to mark the graves of
those who five years ago paid the penal.
of crime with their lives.
Were Partial to F.cd Flowers,
j On the top of the monument which
marks the burial place of the five men was
placed a floral gallows from the arm of !
which were suspended by ropes of smil.-.x
five crimson roses. "Murdered, but net
dead," was the inscription set in carna
tions. On the pedestal were Spies' dying
words aa the noose was tightened aliout his
neck: "Our silence will be more powerful
than words could 1." No red flags were
displayed in the demonstration, but all .-f
the floral emblems bore red streamers and
the color pre ailed everywhere in badges
Floping Couple Arrested.
Buffalo, Nov. 7. An eloping couple
from Michigan have come to grif here.
Over a nmrtli ago John Saulsbnry and
Mrs. Cora Ix-mon, of Owosso, Mich., de
cided to run away. The woman packed up
everything she owned and gave all her
husband's clothing to her lover and they
disappeared, b-nmn followed and traced
them to Brant ford, Canada, and to this
city. He complained to the police and de
tectives arrested Saulsbnry and Mrs.
Ix-mon en a charge of bringing stolen
goods into Canada. They agreed to came
back without extradition papers.
TLaunf-hed a New Cruiser.
SAX FllANCls' o, Nov. 7. Cruier No. 6
was successfully launched at the Union
ironworks at hiith tide, 11;-J5 Saturday
morning. The cruiser was christened
Olynipia by Miss llelia Dickie, daughter cf
George W. Dickie, manager of the iro -works.
The weather was fair, and the
launching was witnessed by 15.0O9 people,
a large nnmluT of these, including many
civic, naval, and military officials, being
invited guest a. The cruiser will be ready
for her trial trip in about six months.
Fatal "uarrel Over Property.
Chicago, Nov. 7. As the result of a mis
understanding in regard to the ownership
of some property Anton M. Fougner, an
attorney, wrs shot and instantly killed
Saturday in his home at llogers-Park, a
suburb of this city, by James Dalton, a
manufacturer of piano covers. Both
men were married and lived in the same
ilsh them as written
The Final Seven Years flciruii.
"During the past, three years ( 1 v., '91,
and "'.'J) I have rciu-rated over and ovi
acain, from divers standpoints and by
every means at my command, the an
nouncement that the linalsev.-ny.-arsof the
'times of the gentiles' referred to by
Daniel the prophet liegan on March '...
lwi It was at the beginning of the Jew
ish civil year T0."1 a. m. (i. e. on Sept. C-J,
i) that I pointed out its- Jehovct ic sig
nilicance aud disclosed the r-.stilis of calcu
lations of many years' standing, that were
verified page by page as soon as that study
was puoiisiKsi. mat civi; ear nun into
..f-.-.l... ! the OVerlaT'T'.mo- saT-ed one of t .1, ,.iv. : :.s f
Iw and ! designation, and together with itormbora-
I live events which are now clatters of his-'
i tory thes? momentous months drew- to,
I their close, which took place on March St',
Xew star In the Fast. :
"Just previous to that date ;i. e.. on Feb. j
5, lsiio) I called attention to the u otuk-rful i
"sign then in the sky, and explained clearly '
how it wrote the very name Jehovah upon j
the walls of heaven, agreeably to the Jew- j
ish year in question. A few weeks later, at :
the vernal equinox itself (March 'J'V, lsti-.'). I
lectured in Music hall, Bton. the date le- j
ing selected for me by the Bo-toti commit
tee, and yet, in spite of any accidents to the
j contrary, was able to point out ihe refulhll
i nieut, on that date, of the most anci-ut
! prophecy of the magi (Matt ii) rci-uiveto
j the new star in the cist, for th:t very day
j did it ri-e, as predicted at Jerusith-ua nnd
; verily the myt Ii.
I Mime Aiiilitionnl Facts Stated.
j "Again, but lately I have called the at
. tention of the vrld to the significance of
the Columbian eclipse (of Oct. i:0, l."-'.)
Inith as omitious to the inhabiters of tho
eiirth and of unique scientific value, as es
tablishing a ph'teinaie era in American
chronology. Mjivover, a few days later
(O.-t. ls.ii.j I d.rccted attention to tne
coming eclips.- -'of Nor. 4. 1"-' -i as tf simi
lar imtHirt. pariioniarly to the lid World,
and in or I have an .nidi iotial fact which
should hear onf tii siiiitie.uice ofthesa
eveats. It is this: Damei's tin'i! "wick of
ye;. is covers -J,'i.i .lays, a!i! its h;s; 2.:'. )
days, of c.i In-giu '-'-' laler Now,
ti.i.s." J.l.liio : yv ti.'iT ti t i:e ei-.Using of
the sanctuai V (ii.:i. el viiii and center
I .ON pi in, Nov. ;.
kin. on the K'-d s
that ( Ismail I )i-t., i
f iieii to iutiiu-i the
in his proposed revolt aj
el I'.rKisli ISifles.
A dispatch from Sua
:ea coast, of Egypt, s;iys
, tiie Soudan chief, has
dilferttil tribes to join
ainst the Egyptian
.uroliHithe Fugincer Killed.
PausoNs, Kan., Nov. 7. A freight train
was ditched by striking a cow ou the Mis
souri. Kansas and Texas railway yesterday
morning. Sevet tei-n cars, six tilled wiih
stock, were w reckisl, Engineer Tom Stan
ton killed, and I'tvd Illy, fireman, and Iaj
g.in l).ci, head brakeman, dangerously
We have both used Mother's Friend"
and find it 'o be one of the best medi
cines in the world, and would not be
without it in confinement for any con
sideration. Mrs Sarah: F. Vincent,
Mrs Mary A I.uck.
Hock Run, Ala.
Sold by Ilartz & Bfthnsen.
j I Have, as You Know.
been sfl'iug Brmifield's FeniAl Hs'ulator
j for years, snd h-ire hsd a s'eadily inrreas
j i t demind for ii; it gives the very best
8'isf!:ction. I frequentlysell it to ph?-
stcians, who use it in their practice with
j the most satisfactory results.
! Ii Thomas. M. D.,
Sold by Ilartz & Bihnsen.
c ) :i
end iu ro
..n vio.is to ;
i clips.- (N.i.
: At :.!:. Il
in' I tie
at .( .
'. of the
i-evi-ms titen-io. f-teh us
i. m at w-.iii a time
f.itner of Neii.ietiad mz-
As-yria. fttal loiinded the
i' li em; ire, from which
irs )! Diiiu l's 'tirueof
. i; reckoue.i. cvci. -,.".0
bouse, each having contributed towards
m. Viiiti had of MiflfiHent WtrenL.h furnishing the home. Dalton claims that
to cause hiui uneasiness." Without cou- Fougner made it unpleasaut for him and
fiding his suspicions to his wife, he awaited that the shooting was done in self-defense,
further information. , j . - - -
Poubt Jade Almost Certainty.. J It is to say I be least, - r Dg for any
Mrs. Willett's descriptions of her. mother body to go to church or public meetink.
were such ths.t her husband felt further and disturb the preacher or orator cough
eonvinced. Tie learned that his first wife, ins. Use Dr Bull's Coueh Bjrup at
for.aevertil j!rs m . successipp, had,Eur- ones.
around -lev ; -,)'.!
March S i. th
Exact! .:.oo ye;,
date 1 uiT" w
rebui lt- tea m of
on . pril 1.1, S In
comuion ). ,U' 1 i
"But 2."-' y .rs
Itaek to .ii.7
Chantlce Ba -Vi
the gi ii! iles' r; .
years. Now the remarkable fact to which
1 desire to call pr-.'sent attentiou, is as
follows: M i cl. h was the Sin h day of
this current r: therefore Nov. 4th is the
3b!'th day. 1 ie.ii t i c are exact ly S"-1 days
apart, and t i.-erclore the final i'i'i) days of
this tfme r-r - u i " 1 l.-gm with the total
ecliDse N s.J, ,m-i consequently the
signs in t.'.e -avens u::unt tin their oniin
c:s agr e' . es heretoiore. with all that
I have te-t iiied, ati'l 1 reiterate the warn
ing, 'Behold '.he Bridegroom Comet Ii.' He
that hath ea. to hear let him hear. "
t -V- ' . r, - 'N J
NEW ORLEANS LABOR TROUBLE.
The Militia Under Arms, ljut Prospects
New Oblf.ans, Nov. 7. There were signs
last night of a probable compromise of the
differences out of which the general strike
of labor in this city grew. Should the ef
forts being made to harmonize the trouble
YOUR 5I0NEY, OR YOUR LIFE !
This qttt'on is & 'pert" ono, but we
ncin it. Will you sacrifice a few paltry
dollars, and save your life? or will you
allow your blood to become tainted, and
your system run-down, until, finally, you
are laid away in the jrrave? Better be
in time, aud "hold up" your bands for
Dr. licrce3 Golden Medical Discovery,
a guaranteed remedy for all scrofulous
and other blood-taints, from whatever
cause arising. It cures all Skin and
Sculp Diseases, Ulcers, Sores, Swellings
and kindred ailments. It Is power
fully tonic as well as alterative, or
blood-cleansing, in it3 effects, hence it
6trenrthens 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, Ecaeroa, Erysipelas, Boils,
Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Goitre, or Thick
Neck, and Enlarged Glands. World's
Dispensary Hedical Association, Mak
ers, Ho. 663 ILimx Street, Buffalo, N. T
Driffill & Gleim,
1822 Second Avenue.
Sole Agents for
H. Flicke riser's
Now is the time to place your order with us
for future delivery. These goods are the fin j-t
in the market. They have no equal. .Sold h,
$4.00 per Month for Ten years,
or $6.00 per Month for Six yean
Pays Principal and Interest and seeures you
a Deed with Abstract of Title.
40 Lots Only
ON EACH PLAN. LOCATION 38th ST
PRICES WILL BE ADVANCED.
Come early and secure choice locations and lowest prices.
BUFORD & GUYER'S Addition.
Apply to J. A. Buford or E. H. Guyer.
At never before heard of prices
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT'S,
1809 and 1311 Second Avenue.
314 BRADY STREET,
The Fat.l nnd Wintfr Goods are now DAVENPORT,
In. Femember ne are chewing ihe largest acd most varied
assortment of Dcmestio and Tmporteo poods in th three
tities Suits made to your mt-asure from f 20 to 40; Trou
ssrs made to your measuie 5 to $12
We will occupy our new store, cor. of Fifth avenue
and Twenty-third St., and will be known as the
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HOUST V'N KOF.CKKIIZ. Pharmacist.
3 scsav r
It is an acknowledged fact that our Cloak Depart
ment is the most com- -dp"-plete
in the city; that we MTf,
show more pretty and tS
original styles than any
other three houses, and lt!rf:-py
that our prices are 25 per
cent below all competition.
U4V.Scs:Ga:trtCt. ::.VZKPCRT. IOWA.
Always thelbest at the lowest prices.