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THE -ROCK ISJ.AND AKGUS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1889.
T defeat of Msbooe is full of slcolfl.
eaoce. It meant direct rehoke to fed
eral Interferenr-e Uh state election!. Il
means that the Harrison regime li pot
popular with the negroes. It means that
wben a nun ro around botstinjr. that be
can curry the Old Dominion either way
wllh 3ii.0.. be It talking about some
thing; be knows nothing at all about. It
means tbat Msbonrism, bich li rqulva
laot to corruption In all its forma, ban no
plsce In Virginia
TeT Australian voting system will
never do la iM country. It la too one
eldod. It bull a only the democrats. It
was tried Nit week in Massachusetts, end
w hevsn't hrtrd a word In Iti pralaa
from a reuWi'so le election. Tbe
fart la. (list n-nlest was the quietest,
purest and m"il tliiftilfled eWtlon ever
held In thst commonwealth, and II la now
a demonstrated fart that the adoption of
honest and clean -cut methods of election,
aids tbe denim-racy the people's party.
Wt have ifooil presidential timber In
Illinois. Tlicre Is Do need of looking to
New York or Ohio. Just wait till wa
btfe lent General Palmar to Ida senate,
which a arc aura to do, and then yon
will have the errs of the country turned
towards Illinois, and out of tlie mpubIN
can nilt by stbkk the Prairie State baa
to long bun en rel oped may come mn
wbo will lend ii on to victory, the sol
diertati'ni.D, the laborer'a friend, wbo
tit the first to bear aloft Ibe banner of
tariff rtform, and to call the attention Of
tbe nation to the system of plunder which
bad ben itiatiifiiratril by ibe money
baron, ami ahich was being practiced
upon our enplH.
Tmk Hon .luniea E. Campl-ell, tbe new
governor e'ert of Obit), wire to tbe Ya
tionui VfMrrut, a new democratic paper
In Wasliltiifton City, bin opinion on tbe
outcome of tbe Ohio election aa follows:
"Tbe result of tbi; election In Oblo.to far
at I am able to prognosticate, means
Brit, that the people of tbla state are de
voted to the principle of home rule,
wbtibha been viulsted by tbe present
administration in a manner veiy dls
tasteful to the liberty loving citizens of
the stst; secoud, tbat the cause of
tariff reform, by which I mean a care
ful, tuiieslikc and prudent revision
of tl.e lurid fsiiMi aa President Cleve
land suiitfi'steil I niarcbing on; third.
that tbe people of the tta'e sympathize
with the country In general in tbe belief
that third W rmlain uutjlit to be put down.
i.nT ""itcTiiintu I nu an of court, too
' loi.g cosMiuiumce iu riectitive office
fourth, tbat the Ohio democracy baa
Keined a victory whirb. if supplemented
by good government and Juxt lecutlon
of fair Isws, will make II in tbe course of
the tint three yeara, one of Ibe reliable
dam icratir Unli t of the union "
avraporl's Hl a ire.
Of thu destruction of the ftetu-njorf
uirUl wheel works at Davenport Satur
day at "piki-H of in Saturday night's
Ahoi.'s. the I-" -r, it O it'tte imjt
The lots It roughly estimated at $13.
"J to 1 1 j iumj. Tliit amount covert tbe
tleniatfe to the building, of which only the
wall are fm; to stock finished and In
prucr of rntiu?srture and machinery,
ail of I, i rli need a careful overhaul"
lug and some of w hich la ilamaged; to
pa'.lerii and ithmIcU. both metal and
wooil a lo'a! I(isk and to office furni
uiture and f. mures, record and accnunta.
Tbs ilxmnge mnv t i.-m-il tbat amount,
but will hr l:y f; lelow It. The: Iota It
Itchtebed by lusurtnce to the amount of
tfl ("hi pUreil in Mu'ual companies
ihn.ut'li tl.e . ury of V. K. Ferguson,
of U.iik Nland.
At au ins'am e of prompt artion in
raising a rmned industry from ita asbes
Hi It bt nt Vrr been surpassed in Pev
nporl. In less than two hours from
the lin.e the aUrui was sounded the
insurance man was on the grouml, and
io the mii'sl or the lire Mr SV. P. Ilet
tendorf, lha lustjawer of the factory,
left bit work of directing tbo eflorls of
the men to save what lilt e could be
aved, to join li. Watson French In mak
ing ariangumenti wnu T. W. Mc(.'lelland
A Co. to rebuild at one, and on a larger
wale tl.au hi fore Mr. .McClelland bad
bean telephoned to come up for tbat pur
poae immediately after the tire broke ou'.
tie will coinaiunee wnrk Immediately.
Electric litfhta were put iu aa quickly at
possible and a luuht force engaged, wbo
worked all last nik'ht clearing the way for
Mr Mil lelUnd and the big force ba will
put on to work iiltfl.t and day until tba
building Is r.in.J.li li d
JoLu 1J Ml l.il, ll lorarnan. Wat badly
burned atiout Hie ti and on the arm.
A workman named Wolf m (turned leas
ten..uKly and several otln r men were
more or less aiuired. while a number of
them loit tl.c:r co.ils, l.emg unable to get
bold of tin in as Ihty ran, although they
were banging eluse at hnd. It was a
i lose iil and more than mis home nar
rowly escaped a sorrowful .Ssldialh.
15 Audrew rriberg to ('Urlotta Sha!
Ul lot lo. block If, Andrew Kriebergs
ad. M'lllnc. 4
Lottie 1. Mevens to Frank A Palm, lot
5. bloi k -J, Meese A Uulhtlid's ad. ilo-
line. $. ;y
The Usnner Coul A Coal Oil Co to
Frederick Petersi.o. pt tv.4. sw4 85, 17,
Oriandu Cl.il.! to August W Joes, pt
liea. o 17. lw, t-'.'n.
S W Wheel,,, k t., C W I.inJqulst. lot
U block 5. f W Wheeioc.k t ad. Mollne.
Thomat P Johnston to Matilda Hutch
inson, s4and tie-l, se4, Kl, IB 2 (
18- Lilate of Charltt l.iflin . Pelilion
for tale of real estate to pay debts.
How t Tins!
Vim ohVr one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured bv taking n,.ll a cutarrb cure.
F J Ctifsft 4 C o , Props..
, Toledo. Ohio.
yv, the uudersix'ned. bavo known F.
J Cheney fr the fifteen years, and
jwlHve him perfectly honorable In all
liutmess tran.a. tlo, ,! financially able
tocarry outmy uUiUu made by their
Mi-T ,TrCax' w"'-ale drngglsti.
I oledii, O
Waldino. Kixsan 4 Mahvis. Wholesale
druggiats. I oledo, O.
E. H Va! IIoi-en, Cashier, Toledo Na-
tlonrl hank. Toledo, O.
Haifa ratarrh cure la taken Internally,
Nop tlireetly poi, the blood and mucus
'"Vr" "J " "Ttcm. Price 75 cents
t bottle. Hold hv all druggist.
Inert ,, nr, .1B j..a.IoolhMjl
" beatt the dog, - fr n,,, , fel.
i.tone"T.,.,".D"- ",lU,' U'e aaalnst
, .n lll,,.MO,"; "when It begins
?ih7,S ti WOD l Uurt ,0 "b."..y.
teetn from decay. '
Pozioni'S Comnlevinn I',..l...
duces soft and beautiful skin It com-
nines erery element of beauty and purity.
Cordova. Nov. 16.
Mrs. Coleman spent Sunday with ber
aunt, Mrs. Pepper.
Mre. Ed. Tavener, of Lanark, 111., Is
visiting Mrs. J. O. Marshall.
Mrs. Pepper left on Saturday night for
Morrison: III , to Tlall ber sister. Mrs.
Win. J. Johnson.
Capt. Woodera came home Friday.
Rli boat has laid op and he will stay till
the "flowers bloom in the aprlng."
Re?. iSboop, of Port Byron, was In
town Wednesday and Thursday calling
on tbe members of tbe M. E. church.
Rev. Cbaa. Ege and family are visiting
Mr. Ege's parents. Rev. Eg occupied
the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday.
Last week Rev. Col well bought a span
of ponies from 8. Lorton. It la about
the nicest team around this part of tbe
Mrs. J. W. Setton, of Milwaukee, ar
rived here Wednesday night. She will
visit with her mother at tbe Marshall
Mrs. Tommy Smith, of Allen's Grove,
Wis , la visiting with her mother, Mrs
Mnllery. She reports her husband well
Mr. J. J. Johnson and daughter Louie,
of Omaha, Neb., arrived on Saturday
morning to attend the funeral of Mr.
J 'a father, Mr. Jerry Cool.
Jeaae Dailey and wife came home Tues
day from their trip through Oregon, Cal
ifornia and otner states. Jesse seems to
think Cordova la good enough for him
We are sorry to note the death of Mr.
Jerry Cool who died Thursday nilit at
13 o'clock at Ibe residence of bis son,
Edward. Tbe funeral was held at tbe
Baptist church Sunday at 11 o'clock.
Our post office has changed hands. A
republican, Frank Cool, now atacds be
hind tbe bars and hands out your mail.
He haa a more smiling face than has been
seen on tbe democrats since presidential
! Their Dollars.
A lively iUJ woman, with a pretty little
chin that was lively, too, has been fascinating
and lfraelirut the pious and stnld people of
old Wludluun county. Her heart grieved
over the condition of the far astay "bent hen"
steadily, and she told every nue-she met jil"t
what her st-utimeura were almiit xha bent hen.
The heathen mul ba clothed, she amid, and
educated out of their beuigbted state, and
tbe only way In which to do ft was to carry
Hie gospel to them and Inform them that
they had perishing souls. To carry the go
pal and that Information would cunt money,
aha admitted, and "if Ur. would please
make a small donation, aba would carry the
money to tbe minionary folios in New York,
who would buy tba go-pel with it and ship it
promptly to India's otu-al strand and the
Hot a man In Putnam, or In any other
place io tbe county triad to resist the mis
sionary aaal tbat actuated the dimpled little
chin, and every man nun right down with
spot eaah. Eldara, deacons, claw l.wdert and
latriabloners eubaerlbnd lo the "Heathen
Fund," that the little woman carriod In bur
scket, and the iul.suiwiary's daily receipts
wvrerrum liu to I.1U She captivated tbe
entire maai-uline heart of Putnam, and tbe
gil folks war thinking of having ber give a
lecture in the village chorcbm, on the "out
look for tbe minions In the Brahmaputra
and Punjab Fields, when the missionary
angel suddenly disappeared. That Is all, ei
cept tbat soma of tba victims subsequently
wrote to tba bible house folks in New York,
whom aha aald aba represented, and they
knew bar not. They added that they were
not "pushing tbalr missions ill's, Congo terii
tory as yet."
The iadiaa of Wlndliani couuty are vary
glad that alia haa gone, for tbey rear if tbe
bad tarried much longer she would have had
all the reaily money tbe Windham men pna
sn Putnam (Coun.) Cor New York Sun.
Japan, properly called Ileulian. Is the
gret land of tbe rielug sou Tba bar bora of
but Maud greatly resnubla those of India
The nasal la vary ptctureju. As you ap
iroacb tlK city at Yokohama you fuel a sort
of pleasure. Tbe strand for miles hks over
crowded with abort-auad utou and women,
drwd la different ciatum-si At aoon aa
you land you are surrounded by men re
uuentiug you to make yourmif comfortable
Iu ttieir conveyances, whiob are generally
drawn by one end propelled hv another
Tbe wheels of theae carriage era diapro
purtlooaMy large, to tbat th-v seem to be in
good keeping with tbe six, of Di. people, who
can be said to have no necks at all.
From Yokohama runs a railway of twenty
two niilre to an tinmense eitv railed Tokiu.
This Journey gives the true 'picture of the
rural life at Japan. Rice fields aUnind all
over. Boiled hb aud m-e form the only
staple its! of the people, yet that has not In
any way made the people meek and tunld
lika the Bengalis The Japanese are very
la-ave and Indiiatrlous.-Young Ladies' J.mr
Therm's a IMrTereaea.
Tae queen of Sweden suffers from nervous-ne-aaud
is curing beraulf l,y menus f tba
ehaiiila-riiiaid treatment. That l, slie rises
early, malosi her own lie.1 and elauns her own
rs,m, and tben works in ber gardon for the
1-eet part of the day All this is by ord-r of
ber physicians. It Is a rule, however, that
will not work botb ways. Everywhere the
wide world over tbero are pntumt women
slaving through eighteen hours of ench day,
cooking, wasblug. mending, ai-ruhbing slid
making bads, and who have neither tbe time
nor the money to be treated for their peculiar
aud distressing nervous maladies, wbo need
reet, but do not get It; luiunes, but are de
nied them; idleness, but that will only come
"ey laii lulo eternal ret. Now Or
""- "w ' AMrmiH.
1 don't tbluk cricket will ever become pop
ular game In tbla country, or tbat it will ever
be a MveJ to Isuelasll All match games take
three days to play, and according to existing
rules a great percentage must even tben be
uufluislied. Ouly eight English counties com
peted this season for the championship, and
of these, three tied for first puve, each hav
ing scored ten victories. This record in itself
allows what a alow game It is. But there la
one championship rule In force which makes
the coo tests or great local uiUfest, no man
can play for a county until he has resided in
It for at least two yeart -Interview In Kt
Louis Olot Democrat.
Near Cambridge, Ind. , Is a natural curiosity
kuosm as Shaky bill. Seventy year ago a
pioneer erected bis cabin on tbe bill and began
a clearing, but ba waa so disturbed by the
occasion! and often violent shaking of the
earth tbat he removed to another locality.
He aald tbe shocks were so strong that the
dubes In the cupboard rattled. The rocking
jar or shaking of the bill would ouly occur at
Intervals, aoinetimaa several months betweei.
spells, and always tbe worst and most violent
ui damp, heavy, wet watrther. Tbe bill la
srtli uninhabited. True Flag.
drains of Oold.
Tune which strengthens friendship weakeus
love. La Bruyere.
Small oheer aud great welcome make a
merry f east. Shakespeare.
In general, pride le at tbe bottom of all
great tuutakaa. Jtuskin.
8 dance when nothing need ba auld It the
eloquence of dieomtlou. Bovee.
Toe love of books is a love which requires
neither Justification, apology nor defense.
Hygiene and Hurry.
There are many simple rules of health vio
lated because it la considered Inconvenient to
obey them, but It le the violation of these
simple ruiee tbat burden life with tbat great
er luconveuieuce ill health. The busy man
will find that it takes far leas time to comply
with bygleulo laws than It dote to suffer the
slckussa resulting from their violation. New
Tbe Right Klad of a UirL
"Which of tbe girls In your trbool do you
thluk tbe most of, Sammy f" asked his father
In a quuaing son of wsy.
"1 dont thluk most of none of 'em," was
tbe prompt reply. "But Sally Qruber feta
me copy all bar exam pies on my paper and I
think she's tbe right kind of girL" Epoch.
Sappy 1 think 1 shall, aw, nevab have to
stwuggle for gweatneas. Aw, 1 waa bora
gweet, done ber knowf Crusty Oreat Soottl
how yon must have shrunk I Exchange.
Twelve HmuV Start.
Is the preaidsat of tbe hank In!" aaked a
"Yea, he la In 130,000, answered tbe teller,
be skipped last night." Epoch.
THE WHISKY CHOP.
It Seems To Be as Abundant
norms on inteksal revektje.
Over tear Oaltone of TangjtrCaot f roes
T.mch Hnshel of Cans Vsd C'lf trs and
Cigarettes by the Thoesand MIIIIms
t'neta Saai'e Tribute The Vlre fre-l-dent'e
Laaarlnos lHninr-Koom IMsad
vaetsge or Heine Too Good at ricarea
WaaHi!0TO! ClTT. K-v. It Tbe annual
report of Commissioner of Internal Rve ue
afascn, covering the operations of the bu
reau for the fiscal year ended June 80, 18W,
Is made publia Tbe report sbows that the
Internal revenue from all sources during tbe
year were 1 1SJ, ft, 434, or $5, SW, 434 more
than tbe estimate In the last annual report,
and it is estimated that the receipts during
tbe current fical year w.ll reach t! AH,
00). Where the Money C'aene From.
Tbe revenue from spirits aggreg.tted 174, -413,'jno,
an Increase of t0cj.j,0 over the
preceding year; from fermented liquors, t 3,
W ffi, or 'f.l,61ti mors than the reoeding
year; from tolsicco In its various forms,
31, (ski. tW I, an increase ofM.'AH'.'t over
ths pr. exling year; from oleomargar
ine, f.S?, againtt 4.1 diir
the preceling year, and from miscellaneous
sources, '.,,vit, 7J,35 less than dur
ing the preceding year.
Tbe perreulage of the cost of collecting
this revenue wat a frac-tiou I a thsn S i per
rent., wblcb is exactly the tnme as the per
centage of cat for tbe 4vceling fical
kumber of Cora-Jaive Mills Operated.
The report erWbracjs the following statia
Met relating to the production nf spirits
throughout the country: The wholn num
ber o( grain distilleries registered during tbe
fiscal year was 1.410, of which 1,27 were
opera led; an increa-e diiring the ynr ot 14)
In tbe numher re-itere-l an t of of -3S in tbe
number oiwratvd. The larger increase in
both cases was in small plants. Th re were
5,1 fruit dis illeries reL'wtered and S,0Ti
operated, an increase of 41.! in the number
registered and W in tbe number oporated.
The siraln Csed and Ita Troliirt.
Twenty million nine hundred and ninety
thousand nine hundred and twenty-four
bushels of grain were used in the production
of spirits during tbe year, sn increase of
4.l,4ia bushels over the amount use. I in the
preceding year and 2-o.S 9 bushels ls than
tbe average for the last ten years. E ghty
aeven million eight hundred and eighty
seven thousand four hundred and flfcy-s.x
gallons of spirits ware produced Irnm grain
during tbe year, an increase of 19.4 l,3lt6
gallons over tba production of the preced
ing year and 4,11)1,130 gallons more than
tbe average production for the Inst ten
Qnaiitity or Stpirite on Hinil.
The c .minissioner estimntes the qusntlty
ofditlilied spirits iu the L'uite.1 States, ex
cept what may have been in customs hondet
warehousAs, on Oct. 1, this ynr, at lO'J.CVi,.
gallons, of which there were in tbe hands
ot retail l.q lor ileulers J4. 7.M.H s) r lions.
The comin 4ion T recninnwn Is legislation to
remove the opportunity dit'illers unw have
of securing an uiitazsd fraction of a gallon
on each package.
Cigars and 4'icarettes.
The tolwc.o manufacturers turned out
3.909,11, rtft cigars and cheroots, arid 2,3V
195.110 cigarette, an iucrea-e io all together
of something over .7.',0uO,iiU. New York
made the great.-st number of cijars and Cig
arettes, her product hsvmz been 1.U9.4D4,
6(51 cigars and fi.O'.ei.T s cigarettee.
MORTON'S NEW DINING ROOM.
A ffa'vnd.d Apsrtmssl In the Vies Trest
WasmnoTO Crrr, Nov. H Mm Mor
ton it at her husband's botjl pr-piriug for
the social campaign to be started soon at her
SSiclous residence in Scott cir"" It will ba
a genuine and agreeable novetcy to have the
vice president's house a l -alin social ren
dezvous. From all accounts s iinotbing ex
traordinary may be confl Untly expected
from the Mortons Mr. Morton, m two
weeks, will have a most gorgeous private
dining-room a dintng-room in which he
expects to give tbe leading dinner parties ot
ths present administration.
Deserlpttoa of the Konra.
The addition wbich Mr. Morton has Jul
been making to bis great house it chiefly de
signed to acnommolat this dininc room.
It (s done io rei and natural oak. Tue walls
are terra cotta and the high wainscoting of
paneled oak; tbe ceiling is of pan-I.el oak
also, showing the beams. The wall and
rei linn are J lnel by a s s-t of arcb-shaped
"oovu" contuiu us all around and
adornd with ornamental plastering iu
red. The designs of tbe plastering
were made expreely for Mr. Mor
ton, ea were also tbe deeigns for the oak
carving, which is plentiful an 1 elaborate.
Behind tbe vice president, as he sits at table,
will be a huge fireplace witb a carvel man
telpiece and great mirror above it Nearly
tbe whole of one side of the room is occupied
by a triple bow window with enormous
sheets of plate-glass Ailing the lower frames,
and tbe upper frames containing some mo
saic glaw, with designs in 1-ad work and
"Jewels" ispecially matle for Mr. Morton by
a Philadelphia Arm. Tbe II sir ts of inlaid
Jnal Is Too fiood at Fleuree.
WasntMCTOX Crrr, Nov. IS. Miss Jueie
Holmes, of Cincinnati, who became w idely
known through ber connection with Harper
and the Fidelity bank failure, has been
formally notified that she must give up ber
clerkship in tbe census bureau. Marat Hal
steed and Huperinten lent Porter endeavored
to secure ber retention, the former strongly
ftiMtnretne ber good character. It was (I -Clded,
however, that ber record in Uincln
nati would render ber census work val
ueless, and despite all protests bar services
will be discontinued Dec 1.
A rolqne Postal Savlnf Srheme.
WAf-HUtoTusi t'iTT, Nov. IS fl irce J.
Smito, of (ieimanloan, Philadelphia, who
has examined the working of the postal
savings bank system during bis thr.-e years'
residence abrua I, doesn't approve of adopt
ing tbe same plun bare, but in lieu thereof
proposes toe sage of a luw providing,
first, for tbe preparation by tbe government
of a postage stamp saviugs card: second,
for tbe refunding of the fuce value of unde
faced postage stain i attache I to saidoards
on their presentation to th i post i!li:vs.
Ilrew Better Than Ibe fresident.
WasbiSoTON (jtt, Nov. 11. The an
nouncement tbat Emma Juch, tbe prima
donna, waa to sing at the Church of the
Covenant yesterday morninj drew a con
gregation even larger than the president at
tract! to the church edifice every ttandny
morning. Every pew was Mile I an I seats
were placed In tbe aislea Tbe prescient and
Mra. Ho l is n wer preeuu Miss Juch
sang OuiiiiinI's Ave Murui dining the serv-h-e.
They Wouldn't filve Away 1 lielr Ace.
Wa8HIN0T0! ClTV, N iv. Tension
Commissioner Rautn has issue.1 a circular
requiring all of tbe 4,0)0 employes of tbe
pension office to give certain information
about themselves. The questions asked con
cern age, place ot birib, place w.ience ap
point I, etc Many of the ladies t uncer
tain years omitted to auswar the question as
TVants to Advertise on the roetune Mtanips,
Wrh!!oto ClTT, Nov. lb V. J. Ar
kell, of New York, was at tbe p'sttofllae de
partment Saturday to see tbe postmsster
general about his proKsitio i to bare ad
vertisement priuU I on the baeks of po st
agestamtia. Mr. Arkoll offers $100,000 per
year for the privilege. 1 be postmaster gen
eral was not at the department during tbe
A hleaao llnlldinx bestroyeil.
Cmicauo. Nov. lit Fire Haturdav night
destroyed tbe building, oorner of It indolpb
street and IVubaah avenue, ownml by A. S.
Trade, tbe lawyer, and occupied by H,
Bchults, paper-box manufacturer; Tucket &
Billings, wholesale tobacco dealers, of Ham
ilton, (JnL, and a number of other tenants.
Tbe Iota on tbe building is tJS.OOj. Scbulis
and Tuckett At Billings lose about t&5,00U
Tbe loseee to tbe other occupants are sinalL
A Woataa Freeaee While Drank.
Wilkisbakbc, Pa... Nov. 18. On Thurs
day nigbt Margaret, tbe wife of Patrick
Cannon, of this eity, while on a spree, pro
cured a bottle of whisky and wanderei into
the mountatne back of tbe town. Yesterday
morning ber body was found in tbs woods.
Bne bad disrobed, thiukin j she was at home,
and bad froaen to deatJi,
MUI'.DERED IN HIS BED.
A Mlsaoari Waa Shot by aa Unknown Ae
aaaala and Thlet
Mexico, If a, Nov. 18. At o'clock yse
terday morning Hit Collins, wire of B. A.
Collins, was awakened by the report of
plrtol-ahot, fi Unwed by a groan from her
bushend. 81 e struck a match and discov
ered ber husband dead in bed with a ballet
through his head. Mrs. Collins' screams
aroused her two sons and married daughter.
Tney found t le door of the apartment open
end a rear don ot tbe house standing ajar.
There ess no trace of the murderer or his
weapon. Mr. Collins, wbo was very wealthy,
drew a large tarn of money out of tbe bank
Saturday to ley some bills. Most of this
money wat to keo. There has been a great
deal of troubl in the family and soma sensa
tional developments are expected at tbe in
quest Komelh n New Under the Ken.
8ALISBURT, Md., Nov. 14 A sensational
case was tried at Wnitehaven Saturday, be
ing tbe first esse in tbe state coming under
the amended code by wbich tbe word
"white" was stricken out of the bastardy
law. The def. ndant wat Valentine Inslsy,
Jr., a prominent white man with a wife an 1
seven children, and tbe plaintiff Melvlna
Messick, daui bter of a negro minister.
Tbe girl was a domestic in Ins
ley's family and aba charged him with being
the father of iter child. The justice ren
dered a verdic of guilty and ordered InsJey
to support the child for seven years. Insley
is now ostracitsd by all white society.
The Scheme Did Not Work Perfectly.
PiTTsBCaa, ?a, Nov. 1H. The jury lu the
rase of Alderi ien Doughty and Maneeee, of
Pittsburg, and Callan, of Allegheny, charged
w.th conspiracy in connection witb the
Bauder detveti-e agency, recently convicted,
Saturday mor ling returned a verilot of
guilty. Tbe I Ian of operation waa as fol
lows: Tbe det, etive agency made informa
tions charging vrlain ctiisms with running
"speak easiea," ir selling liquor without li
cense. Tbe cssm when brought before these
aldermen were quashed for a consideration
and tue violators of the law dismissed.
Did the lie si They t'nuld for Holihay.
MAnqriTTB, Mich., Nov. 18. Murderer
Holxh iy, the "1 me highwayman," waa sen
tence! Saturday to imprisonment for life for
tho killing of A. U. Fleisbbein. He was
placed lehmd the bars in the penitentiary
here yesterday. The Inw of this state does
not permit hau ;iog.
The Sunday luaw nt Cincinnati.
Cijccixxati. Nov. IS Forty saloonkeep
ers were arrested In this eitv vesterday and
last night for violating the Sund ty law by
keeping side doors open. Tbe m inagera and
performers at Heuek's, at liuvnu' and at
Harris' theatres were also arrest),! for giv
Ih te Bsll Notes.
Cbicauo. No. IS. Fred Tfetfer, who is
east signing players for the Brotherhood,
baa signed Fun ell and Duffy for the Chi
cago team. A telegram says that Dan
Brouthers, t'oinor, Richardson, Crane,
Klatiery, McGeacby, and Baswtt, bave also
signed, which l oks as though tbe Laue
would have to h islle for nines.
The Hostou team is not covering itlf
with glory on ts western trip, tiaturday
at Denver the i' Louis Browns beat the
bean eaters 5 to 1, and yesterday they re
peated ibe diee h to ii
Manager Bnrnie, of tbe Baltimore club:
says be tried to 1 uy tbs Washington League
franchise and couldn't, and tben failed to
get into the League with his own club and
now will stay wnh the Associatio u
Ita I Neighliortinod for Collisions,
t INCiMSATi, O., Nov. IS. At 4 o'clock
Friiiay morning r wo freight I rains collided
a mile from Man issat Junotion, on tbe Ches
apeake and Ohio -oad. Tbey cams together
In a valley, aft r each bad passed down a
sharp declivity, at futl spaed. Tbe terrific
force of the meet ng of tbe two engines can
beet bs ju Iged wben it is stated tbat tbey
wore driven Into each otber e x feet. The
trains were completely wrecked and fifty
e ieep aere killed. One of the firemen, Janus
Murphr, and a brakeiuau, William Estes,
were iiistuiiiiy ki.letl.
The Latest f una Chlcaco's TaseotU
Cincinnati. Nov. 19. A ttt e bis been
found in tbe Ohio river at Point Pleasant,
O., inclosing a note s.gne.i "Ta-cati," m
nbich the writer ays there is no neivesity to
look for bim alivt, as he would be found
dea l in the river. H f adds tbat be is tired
of being bounded )V tbe police, and is going
to ulClde in the r ver.
Rent tb. Ana Arbor Ho,e Badly.
BfFFALO, N. Y, Nov. 14 The foot ball
mven tsstween Cornell university and the
University of Mic dgai was played here Sat
urday afternoon at Olympic park, and was
won ty Cornell by a score of 00 to 0.
Hill Nye t Very Siek Man.
New York, Njv. IS. -Bill Nye is pros
trate I at bis home on Staten Island with an
artark of pnsumouia, and bis physician says
tbe great humorist is a very sick man.
Loet W3 J.OOO In Hots,
Wax-abb:, Ind ,Nc v. 18. Hog cholera, wbich
made its appearam a in this county about six
weeks sgo, has nov become general, and it
is not likely that a single farm-r iu Wabash
will escape loss. A low eetimate places the
loss to date atl tW. IH).
Snow la Illinois.
CuiCaijo, Nov. 18 Telegrams from De
catur. Vandalia, liooprston, Fairbury, and
other pla.-es in this state report a i.eavy fall
of snow at those pjinta yesterday, tbe first
of tlie season
FIGHTING A GAS-PIPE LINE.
Booeler farmers Get lata Law with tbe
Noblest ri,!.E, In.L, Nov. 18 The Indian
apolis Natural Gas company obtained per
mimlon tn.m tba ec mmtnaionera of the pub
lic highway to Uy a pipe-line, and was pro-o-eding
with tbe work when the farmers
along the route appeared and offered strenu
ous objection unkss compensated for tbe
privilege thus snjer-ed. Tbe gss company,
having secured ttu right ot way from tbe
commissioners, did not propose to settls at
tbe dictates of any one, and continued tbe
work. Public meet ogs were then called by
the farmers, wbo ienounced the proceed
ings and resolved tc enter a more vigorous
protest by tearing jp tbe line already laid
and filling up tbe ditches tbat bad been dug
for the tmlanoe of U s line remaining to be
They Threaten Dynamite.
This caused tbe pi company to apply to
the law for relief, and secured Ibe arrest of
K M. E rooks, Jaroet Kincaid, Edward and
Thomas Morgan and others, all prominent
termers aud leaden in ths hostile movement
Counter arrests bays also been made of the
managers of tbe gas line, an I la both casee
bail baa been furnish l for further hearing.
The I si mere declare tbat abould tbe courts
decide against tben end permit tbe con
struction of tbe line without their reosiving
proper reward for tbe right of way tbers
will be a revolution and the use of dyna
mite. Pilu Natural Gas to Chicago.
Kxw York, Nov. IS Baron Jersema
noskl, vice president of the Chicago trust,
talked confidently yaeterdsy about piping
nstural gas from Indiana to Chicago.
"We're going to cany natural gas to Chi
cago, that's certain," he said, "for we've got
tbe aeos.sary gas lands after three years of
negotiations, and we have all tne money
tbat we want for the enterprise. We hope
to be beating the prli ate houses of Chicago
by tbe new method in six months or less."
REMEDY FOR DRUNKENNESS.
Knit I wore Bonis Catholics Dealers It Te
. He High License.
BaLTIM iRE, Nov. It'. An immense mass
meeting under tbe aurpieee of Roman Cath
olics wss held at tbe i cademy cf Muaio but
nigbt, with tbe purj ose of advancing tbe
high licenss movement. Tue meeting was
presided over by Cardinal Gibbons, and
upon the stage were a doaen or more pre
lates, including AJchb shop Ireland. After
epeecbea b J the cardi ual and others Indors
ing tlie object of the meeting, resolutions
were adopted declar ng that the reaeon
Human Catbolies base stood aloof from tbe
temperance movement wben u lder non -Roman
Catholic auspioM vas that tbey conld not
accept certain position, sometimes found to
be part of such mover ten ta without "com
promising the, snored interests of truth."
Tbe resolutions then o on to declare that
tbe only feasible and p aoefal solution of tbe
temperance problem Is by high license, said
lloense being put so nigh aa to be prohibitive
of the multitude of low saloons; also tbat tbe
number ot saloons should be limited by stat
ute in any one radiut; tbey should not be
permitted near church a or ecbools, and li
censee should only bt given to persons of
HE HID THE BOODLE.
A Peculiar Case of Hunger for
CHIME OF THE HEIR TO A rOETOrTE,
Be Bobs His Pnele of SS,004 and Then
Hides the Leere, Later Confessing and
Folntlnx nnt the Treasare Atreelona
Work ot a Necra Hnsband Stopped
Mnrdered la His Sleep The Crania
Tilal Again Chambers and His Mother
Toronto, Out Nov. Is. A strange end
ng to the Dnimm forgery case was re
lea led yesterday. Last week Maj. Drumm
lame here from Kansas City to extradite his
aephew, Andrew C Drumm, who had
robbed him of t5s,C00. Tbe forger showed
big fight, and the authorities were surprised
an Katnrday to hear from bis lawyer, N. C
Bigelow, tbat he was penitent and would dis
gorge all tbs money tbat bad not been spent
Maj. Dromm said he would compromise If
tbat were done, and Saturday night two de
tect! vea went to the Jail and brought forth
Andrew C Drumm.
I'nearthlng Hidden Wealth.
Tbe forger an I the detectives boarded a
train for Newmarket, some thirty miles
froru here, wbere they hired a rig and drove
twenty -one miles into tbe country. Tben
they penetrated on foot Into the bush, wbere
Drumm pointed out a spot surrounded by
marked trees as tbe place where tbe treasure
wss hidden. From a hole in tbe ground the
detectives uneartned a tin box, wbich con
tained :,210; of this sum H.T7U was in
United Mates bonds. Tbs party tben drove
back to Toronto, arriving here iu tbe early
hours of yesterday morning.
Dux l'p la a Graveyard.
Wl'hout delay tbey drove on to St Mi
chael's cemetery, three miles outside of the
city, where, behind the headstone of a grave
of a lady w ho was known in life as Catha
rine McCarthy, another tin box was found
which held :i,59J. Drumm was then sent
back to Jail, and yeatsrday hia uncle went
had. for bim to the extent ot 1 50,000. It is
mderstood that a nolle prosequi will be en
tered on Thursday next when Drumm will
appear ou tbe forgery charge. Andrew C
Drumm was relsased last night, but neither
he nor tbe uncle will talk.
The Boodler's Tonne; Wife.
Tbe detectives say that tbe balance to make
np the $ jS,0UO was spent in Europe, and that
an arrangement may be made about It when
tbe uncle and nephew go back to Kansas
City. Andrew C Drunim'a young wife,
whom be married just after be atola tbe
money, still remains here, and is understood
to hsve been a peacemaker in tbe business
with tbe uncle. A remarkable feature of
this case of crime is that young Drumm had
been told by this uncle that ba would be heir
to bis wealth, but the young man could not
How He Acted When Told Crenin's Body
Was Found The Defense Begins.
ChicaOo, Nov. 19. Tbe Cronin murder
trial oned again (Saturday "to a full
bouse," tbers being not even standing room
by the time court was called to order. Tbe
prost cution bad ons a witness to examine
J amis Clancy, a member of Tbe New York
Herald staff. He was in tbs city on the day
that Dr. Cronin's body was discovered. Tbat
morning he called on Iceman O'SulIivan,
wbo told bim tbat be did not believe Cronin
was murdered, and that he would turn up
all right Upon being asked the address of
Justice Mshoney, who introduced bim to
Croniu, be gave it without hesitation.
Mr. Clancy tben went away, but bite that
afternoon, upon learning tbat Cronin's body
had I wen round, he drove out to O'Sullivan's
again. Wben be told tbe iceman tbat the
corpse bad been discovered O'Suliivan waa
dated; be stuttered and stammered ss be
asked "vVhatl the body of Dr. Cronin I Is
it true!" He gasped and sank into a chair,
and gave every sign of trepidation. Upon
being asked to go and identify tbe body he
was suited witb a srt of panic,
and hurriedly protested tbat he couldn't do
it; he didn't know tlie doctor well enough to
identify bis lorise, eltbough be bad told
Clancy that mornn.g that be had known the
doctor for fire years. He was similarly at
tacked witb loss of memory when again
asked to give Justice Mahxiey'a address.
He cou d not remember it and bad to call in
his housekeeper to say what it was.
Tbe cross-examination and re-direct exam
ination brought out tbe fart tbat Clancy had
spent ten years in a British prion for being
a Fenian and attempting to kill two police
men who arrested him.
The Terense Tnkee the Stand.
This closed the case of tbe state, and Mr.
Forrest immediately arose with the record in
his band and read snoii portions of tbe testi
mony as be had marked to ask tbat it be
stricken out What be wanted stricken out
would have left tbe state's case in a condition
of atnsnuation tbat would not have cast a
sha.iow without au overcoat. But tbe judge
ruled no on most of tbe matter and took
otber portions under adviaement
the White Horse Identification.
Capt tv-baark was then put on tbe stand
to impeach Mra C .nk tin's identification of
Dinnu's ng. He teetifixi that be
drove the rig up to Mrs,
Conkiin's boms May 10. Tbe day was
showery. Mrs. Conkliu couldn't recognise
the horse mil buggy. The captain went
back to the station and told Coujhlin he was
lucky, as tbe lady conld not identify tbe rig.
Lieut Koch was with the captain that
day. He swore that the iffct of rain on
the horse was to change tbe odor to a light
dun, otherwise corroborating Schaack's tes
timony. Dinan bad describe i to Schaack tbe man
who took the rig on the fatal night but be
did not have his notes in court, so be was
asked to tiring them at tbe next s-ssion. Tbe
defense then eapiainnd tbat they had no
more witnesses preeeut, and court adjourned
BOWMAN'S SLAYER INDICTED.
Chambers' Axed Mother Kept fenornnt
r Her Son's Sitastlon.
St. Louis, Nov. IS. Tbe St. Louis oouuty
jury, in sessiou at Clayton Saturday, pre
sented an indictment for murler in tbe first
dugree against B. M. Chambers, the slayer
of Lawyer F. J. Bowman. Mr. Chambers
pleaded not gnilty, and sai l if bad violated
any of the laws of Uad or man be was will
ing to suffer for it. A peculiar incident of
tbe case is that Chambers' mother, 9J years
of eg, knows nothing ot tbe tragedy. She
has been toll that Mr. Chambers haa been
called to New York, and twice a week
Chambers writes a letter dated New York,
which is read to his mother.
The 1'ri.nt of Her Own Crime.
Chicago, Nov. 13. Mrs. M. L. Scbreiner,
who fou d ber husband drunk in the ball-
way of her house. In this city, some months
ngni poured coal oil over him and set fire to
him, burning brm so that be died, was later
sent to tbe penitentiary for ten yeara She
made over to ber attorney the life policy her
nusimnn baa lor II. two in the Horn en Cath-
ol c O. der of Foresters, and the Foreeters
refusing to par, tha attorney sued, Batur-
aay judge Altgeid dismissed the suit on tbe
principle of common law that no one can be
tbe beneficiary of bis own crime.
A BLACK MISCREANT'S CRIME.
Whips Hie Wife with Bwllunee
Then Trine te Hang Her.
BihminobaK, Ala., Nov. IS. While
party of whites were passing along a lonely
road lu Soiithfleld, near this place Saturday,
en n iiracuea vj ut screams or
woman, and on approaching tbe edge of the
adjacent woods tbey saw a negro man just
in ths act of banging a naked negro woman.
am nan a rope around her neck and waa
just drawing bar np to tbe limb of a tree.
The negro fled, and tbe woman told ber
story as follows: Richard Henderson, her
nusoana, baa a lock of bis paramour's hair.
which tbe wife found and burned. This en
raged bim. He Brat beat ber. then took her
to the woods, stripped ber and whipped her
wuu switcnes until she was a mass of raw
flesh, and was tben about to hang her.
Richard was caught and is now in jait
The Terrible Hydrophobia.
Philadelphia, Nov. lb. About nine
months ago Daniel Farrell, 28 yeart ot age,
employed at tbe Point Breese Gas works.
was bitten on the little finger of tbe left
hand by mongrel cur that bung around
tbe works. Saturday be died with hydro
foraker's Kaanlna: Mate Beaten.
CoLtrXBca, O. , Nov. IS. Sjcretary of
State Ryan gave out but evening tabulated
returns of the election by counties on all
candidates and amendments. Tbe IUpub
lloan cadidats for lieutenaat governor is di
teetad by only 81 votes.
The Brazilian Emperor Shipped
Off to Lisbon.
PIRSOIiHEL OF THE NEW fXEOUTIVE
A President and Cabinet Chosen and AU
Quiet Horn Pedro Given Twenty-Ponr
Hoars to Emiffrnte, bat Well Provided
for Portogal oa the Anxious Boat So
cialism ia Englaad A Woman Batcher
raptured at Frankfort Hed-Handed
Rio dBjASiiRO, Nov. 18 The emperor
has sailed for Lisbon. He was notified by
the provisional government of his deposition,
requested to leave Braxil within twenty-four
hours, and informed that his civil list would
be continued Hs was treated with the ut
Bahia opposes the new re-ime, but most
of the other provinces recognise tbe repub
lic Dr. Barboxa, the new minister of finance,
announoes tbat all contracts mads by the
late imperial government will be main
tained by tbs new government Tbe city ia
tranquil, but business Is at a standstill.
The New Me a In Charga.
An entire new government has been
formed, tbe personnel being aa follows: Pres
ident, Gen. Dodoroda Fonseca; minister of
the interior. Aristide Lobt: minister of for
eign affairs, Eqjmtin Bocayura; minister of
finunco. Dr. Bartx ti; minister of Justice,
Campos Salles; minister of war, Benjamin
Constant; minister of marine. Admiral Van-
derholtz; minister of agriculture, Demetrls
Bocayura is a journalist Birbozs was a
member of the chamber of deputies Con
stant is a journalist, and a professor in the
polytechnic school. Uen. da Fonseca held
command of the province of Minns Oeraes.
Hs was recently punished for insubordina
tion. Tbe new government has issued
manifesto announcing that tbe monarchy has
Tha Emperor Henrs the Nesra.
The ex-emperor was at his summer palaoe
wben the first open step in the revolution
was taken. Tbe palaoe ia located at Petrop-
olis, twenty-five miles north of this oity,
and it is understood that when news ot tbe
rebellion resohed bim his first Impulse was to
come to Rio de Janeiro at once. His family
en treaties, aided by the advice of friends,
sufficed to make bim abandon this determi
nation. Had he come here there is every
probability that much blood would have
been shed, as hia friends would doubtless
have rallied around bim. A collision be
tween the loyalists and republicans could
only have resulted in easy victory for tbe
latter, who have control ot the 6.0J0 or
6,000 soldiers now in ths city.
The Shooting or Baron de la Rla.
It was reported last evening that Baron de
la Ria, minister of marine, bad been killed,
but the rumor was Incorrect He was shot
by a party of revolutionary soldiers and se
riously wounded, bnt will recover. With
the exception of ths attempt to assassinate
Baron de ia Ria very little disorder haa ac
companied tbe revolution, public opinion in
clining toward permitting a peaceful exper
iment with tbe new government
Too Zealous for Liberty.
Scarcely more tban a year ago tbs daugh
ter of tbe venerable Dom Pedro, the emperor
of Brasil, acting as a regent ia tbe absence
of her father, wbo was at that time seriously
ill In Europe, signed a decree emancipating
tbe slaves throughout the empire In advance
of tbe tiro . wben they would become free by
the operation ot a law fixing the time for
their manumission. Tbia aot was execrated
by tbe upper classes as an attempt on tbe
part of Princess Isabl to win popular favor
at their exp -nes, and this It believed to have
bad mucb to do with the revolt.
Portugal May lio ths Same Way.
Brcsskls, Nov. 18. The Litb in corres
pondent of Tbe Independence Balge tele
graphs that in Portuguese off! -isl circles, the
overthrow of tbe empire in Brazil is re
garded as final. Tbe royal fa rily of Portu
gal feel a special aympatay with the deposed
imperial family of Brazil, not aione on ac
count of lamily relationship, but because
similar events are not regarded as impossi
ble in Portugal
The New Krasillan Flar.
Nxw York, Nov. IS. A special to The
Times from Rio de Janeiro says Doin Pedro
received f.!,NM,0G0 io ensh anl will receive
au annual pension of 4V).(K. Tbe new
Brazilian fi tg is composed ot green and gold
stripes on a blue fluid, with nineteen stars.
Thinks Blaine Will Interfere.
Berlin, Nov. 18. Commenting upon the
chaos likely to result in Rio de Janeiro, The
Cologne Gazntte says: "Mr. Blaine will
hardly resist tbs temptation to bring Amer
ica's influence to bear upon the destiniee of
tbe south. "
A BRITISH AFRICAN EMPIRE.
One That Will Put 8ub-Trpleal Africa
Coder the Metenr Flag."
London, Nov. 18 E.iglisb newspapers
find in tbe recent grant of a royal charter to
tbe new South African company a subject
for earnest congratulation. . Tbe Germans
being now at a dUcouut iu Africa, tbe E lg
llsh promoters and well Wishers ot tbe enter
prise see no reason wby there may not be in
Africa the establishment ot a great English
empire like that founded in India by the
famous prototype of this new company If
tbe enterprise succeeds, th great tub-tropical
region wbich lies between the Trans
vaal aud ths great lakes will not t Dutch,
nor German, nor Pjrtuut i, but English.
British capital and Britisn colon zitioa will
have another great area of extension, and
one more lsrge nativs population will come
beneath British rule. It will be a new Eat
India company, exploiting a country not in
ferior in rveourens to old India.
His Audience Waa "Agin" Him. '
Loudon, Nov. 18 Ooscben made a speech
at Cardiff F. iJay evening aud was roundly
hissed for bis references to the tithes and
otbT questions intimately concerning tbe
people of Walea, At another point in bis
bis speech be referred to Gladstone as tbe
exponent of views dangerous to tbe welfare
of tbe empire, whereupon tbe aulieuca, at
tbs call of some one iu tbe body of tlie hall,
gave three rousing cheers for Glndslone.
Where the Strike Money Tama From.
LONDON, Nov. 18 The accounta of the
managers of tbe recent duclitueu's strike have
been audited, and show a surp'ui of 1 25,000,
which will t disposed ot acrdiiig to the
wishes of tbe donors as nearly as tbeee can
be ascertained. Tbe total receipts were
240,000, nf which 1 155,000 came from Au
stralia O.ily (30,000 was contributed by
The Way They Do In Italy.
London, Nov. 18 An editor na na 1 Bar
tinl, well known among jouruaiists in Rome,
entered his residence Friday nigbt and
found bis wife in a compromising position
with a man employed as a suit-editor on
Bertioi'a paper. Tbe husban 1 promptly
killed tbem both, and gave himself up to the
British Socialists E ate.l.
London, Nov. 19. Tbe many strikes that
have occurred, and are occurring every day
nearly In this city, have turned tbe atten
tion of publicists to tbe search for a remedy.
and a converganca of public opinion in the
direction of Socialism in some form or other
is claimed. Tbe announcement by Profess
Alfred Russell Wallace, tbe eminent scien
tist tbat be has been "almost persuaded" to
Socialism by readine Bellamy's "Lookinx
Backward," is bailed by tb philosophic So
cialists as one of tbe must satisfactory signs
of tims; and there are many others hardly
One Thins They Cnn Agree Cpoa.
London, Nov. 18. -Toe Tory and Liberal
newspapers are actively agitating tbe quee
tion ot imperial federation, and agree upon
all tbs principal points involved iu tbs main
Issue. Botb express confl leuce that the
scheme will be renin si, anl neither doubts
tbat the reeult will be loc.m.ut still stronger
together the various divisions comprising
Mnmnslfied la the Malt Hunan.
London, Nov. 18 A few days azo a
brewer employed in the Tivoli brewery at
Berlin disappeared mysteriously, beacon
wes made for him without avail antil the
third day of hia abeeo.ee, when hie mummi
fied body was found in tbe drying-room of
the malt house.
Perhaps It's Jack HlnsselC
London, Nov. 18. A man was caught by
the Frankfort police Friday night in the act
ot murdering a woman lo the street, a la
Jaofc the Kipper. Tha body of Lie victim
was horribly mutilated. The fiend gave ths
t est Styles and the most
Lice Curtain Stretchers 1
Will Save you Money, Time snd Labor.
Evsav llovstKisrsa SiiocLD liAVS Onai
any lady can operate them.
For Sale By
TELEPUOS'B NO. 10M.
name of B..id -r, but it is balUve I to ba an
The London ttakers Win.
London, Nov. 18. The concessions de
manded by tbe journeymen bakers have
been conceded by tbe employers, but tbe lat
ter have raised tbe pn of bread one-half
penny per loaf. Whether competition will
reduce this to the old figures remains to be
Humbert ConxramWtes Verdi.
Rons, Nov. M Signor Verdi bss received
telegrainsof rongratu'stion from King Hum
bert, Prims Minister crispi and leaiin; offl
ciala and citizsm all ovr Italy on tbe occa
sion of the fiftieth anniversary of bis Art
Archduke J oh a Will Hocoiua a Ssrlss.
London-, Nov. 18 Johann Orth, formerly
Archduke John Halvator of Austria, lias an
nounced bis intention of brooming a citizen
of Snrils'rUnd and taking up bis residence
permanently in that ct-U'itry.
LUCY PARSON'S THEOLOGY.
lha ttni.nina A.inrchist Do. an't Believe
in Any Harraitnr.
CbiCaoo, Nov. 18 Mm. Lucy Parsons
entertained tbe members of the Arbeiter i.uui
wbo gathered at Tumor hall yesterday a: tor
noon with a very lurid address. Sbe abused
the police in terms tbat have become famil
iar from f no, uon t reietitlon; referred to tbe
red flsg aa tbe only baiiuar tbat would lead
to fresdon, and vsniured into tlie realm of
theology as sbe spoke of her dead busbao 1
No Heantlful Horea't-r.
"Diyou supposed tbat tbey kissed each
otber in tbehaatitifullv described hereafterP
sfas said. "Bah I Imbl Don't ! deceived;
so-called Christians will Ull you U"h tbinifs.
What we want arj him s in this world and
let Owl, Christ and all r-liious functiona
ries take tare of tb. nis-lvj. Ttds is tbs
teaching of anarchy aud as sticb it will live.
The principle uf auarcby will prevail even
though it takes blood to make tbem su
preme. PROSPEROUS COTTON FACTORIES.
SoBse of Them at Fall Klv. r. Mi
C4 Per Tent. Dividends.
Fall Rivkr, Mass., Nov, 18 The pros
perity of the otton mills of Ibis city during
tbs past year is nn precedent d. Dividends
of tbirty-lhree corporations, rcpres.-ntlug
118.5 VJ.ouO capital amount to tl,9V).T0J, or
II.W7 per cent. Dividends iu 1831 amounted
to 9 85 per cent. Some of the leading mills
pay aa follows: Granite. 24 per cent ; Troy,
34; Union Cotton, 2 i; S.-acjunt, 17; Wani
panoag, 17; Bourne, 14.
The dividends represent but a small part
of tbs sarninga. In nesrly every mill large
amounts have been paid for machinery and
extensive improvements, large debts can
celled or dimi iished, and large sums charged
Mrs. Tarnell'e Destitute Condillon.
BoRDCsrrow.si, N. J , Nov. 18. Dr. Msrt
Jenkins, of Trenton, wis called to the resi
dence of Mra Delia Paroeli Saturday for tne
purpose nf treating tbat lade, lis toll a
United Press reporter that be found ber
verging on complete collapse. S.i is suffer
ing from congestion of the brain anl heart
When be called she was about to dine on
vegetables without e fur brjil or c nT.
Philadelphia, Nov. IS Tbe members
of tbe Irisn National lusg.n In tbuc.ty
propose taking immediate action toexiend
financial relief to Mrs Parneil.
Ids V. U. S. A. Ot.Jt-cta.
Coixmbi-s, O, Nov. IS It has leaked
out tbat a local lodge of tbs Patriotic Order
Bona of America has instituted a suit
against tbs board of education of Columbus
to prevent tbem allowing Father Keiley, a
Koinan Catholic prWst, to occupy three
rooms in one of tbe school buildings with bis
parish school Permission was gtvuu him to
do so at tbe last meeting; of the board.
Whnla Family Fruasn to Oeath.
ViBOQUa, Kan., Nov. Id Two meu came
In yesterday morning from the Kenyon
ranch, situated on tbe neutral strip, for fire
co (Bos in wbich to bury the bodies of the
Fenn family, consisting of father, mother,
and three children, wbo perished in tba tar
rible blicaard wbich raged throughout tbe
west two werk k x
Wants the Knights io Co-oparnte.
Nxw TORE, Nov. 18. President Ojmpers,
of tbe American Federation of Labor, bas
sent a letter to tha general assembly of
Knlgbta of Labor at Atlanta, Oa., urging it
to co-operate la tbe movement to secure tbe
general adoption of ths eight-hours rule on
May L ItftW.
The Prison Raforae Association.
IfABBVtLLB, Teon., Nov. 14 About 100
members of tba National Prison Reform asso
ciation convened in tbe asnate chamber of tba
capitol Saturday morning. Mr. Joseph Nich
olson, superintendent of tbe Detroit bouse
of Correction, and president of tbe Warden's
association, prssided. President Nicholson,
and Boa. R. & Bayee delivered addresses.
Yesterday, at tba Fisst Presbyterian church,
Rev. O. P. Fitigerald delivered an eloquent
asrutuu oa the subject of 'Prison Reform,"
advancing tbe claims ot Christianity and
tba Bible to a prominent place lu the solu
tion of tbs question. Short talks on tba re
ligious aspects of tbe movement were deliv
ered also by Dr. F. U. Wins, of Indianap
olis; George U. Hicks, chaplain of tbe Mich
igan Btato Prison, and others.
Castelar Bne Lots t ralth.
Pajb, Nov. 18. A students' association
gars a reception at tbs Sorbonns yesterday
to Ssnor Castelar, tba wall-known Spanish
afataeman Sen or Castelar, in a speech,
voksd the greatest eothnsiasnt by bis refer
ences to the public, which he said was infal
lible. . He dwelt upon Um irreatnees of
BQbUms faith in an Html. Columbus, be
aid, discovered America through faiib. If
had not existed O sl woull bava
It rise from too waters to recompense
sacs faith. ..
va-ih sjet-ttt ji
attractive prices combined make
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Boots and Shoes.
STOYTES AND RANGES
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal.
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coal.
Tbe latest design of the long series of ALADDIN Stoves. Thia la beautiful in
Ita ornamentation, novel in many of Its features ia bound to be a pood seller. H.
sure and examine this stove and learn its good points for after aeeing it you will
buy no other. 1
I have of course a supply of the celebrated ROUND OAKS. This baa been
so popular tbat it is being copied as far an they dare oy unscrupulous parties, but
don t be deceived-buy the Round Oak-mide by P. D. Berkwitb. I am (he sole
agent ror above goods as well as other desirable goods. Hardware, etc
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third avenue and Twentieth St., Rock Island
SPECIAL SALE AT
1605 Second Avenue.
200 Muffs at 4.V worth Toe. 100 Muffa at 8."ic worth fl.25.
Beaver, Seal, Monkey, Oppossum Muffs and Setts, going
cheap at this Special sale. Fur Tiimininga in all
widths and kinds. Fur work of all kinds guaranteed fust class
Sign of tbe Red Glove, west of Market Square.
Paris Exposition, 1SS9 -1 S5SVa":
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YEARLY SALE EXCEEDS 30,000.000 POUNDS.
PUREST, HEALTHIEST AND BEST.
Ast for YELLOW WRAPPER HsUst Cixolates nl fete no oilers.
For Sale Hreryirlirre.
ErtAN'CH HOUSE. UNION
-New and fully equipped. New furnishings throughout. Will compete
with any. Send for circulars.
TriTion : Four months. 5; Six months. f85; Nine months. $50
Addres C. W. FESX. Rock Isla'id, Ills
A. J. SMITH & SON,
FULL LINE OP
Mantles. Tile sand Grates,
Now ready for your Inspection. Call and tee our assortment and
compare our prices before buying.
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trade a great success at
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T ZEE IE
SQUARE, NEW YORK.