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IHE AltGUa SATUltDAV. NOVEUUElt 11. 16C3.
TIm Intrtpkl Explorar Is Away
XiK U.-The Pall Mall Ge-
Dr. ImiiiIi at
Uri at tbe Usse they
w OTpedltifla was eateriaf
Tkla was to A
banters were then able to
Em mm. Thai wm km Aim lent
Simla Xeesbla lalaade miImI mm aad
Taasaa'era add that
at twenty ta thirty aiika there wm ao lea
whatssii. aad aonow they could Judoe
(KM the waves that tbe n wm quite
alaar farther aorta. They aad that there
WM every probability that taa Fram aad
foae through tbe otherwise aenirally lea
shaken Kan m la a few day after leav
oaf Jea-or strait. The aaa wm aerer ao
ma of tea M It wm 1m rammer aad
a Mar easeditioa ever had rack flae
i el incceia m tae Aaasea esneot-
tmmai, Nov. 11. Four men. named
Weldoa, Fission, aad Eraaa aad
somen aaawd Selar and Poole have
arrested acta charged with bring
la giffaatic fraoda perpetrated
asaanfacturers aad otbm Taa
claiated ta be aulas; business
faatr two Krai aaaMa, i.ar, Weldoa
Co. aad J. C Preston Co, both aaid
t be "Aaterkaa merchants aad czport
k" hj taeeas of mataal rrfrrvaees the
fnople referred to are aaid to hart se cured
pode front MO Anas uodvrtbe pretense
that tae good wer intended (or the
Americaa market. The merchandise
ared la aaid to he o( every Talirljr, aad to
be worth thousands of pound. It vaaall
yawned la Liverpool or aoIJ by aactioa in
Clitt m Boa.
BtLaao, Sot. 11. A slimmer belonging
to the seme liae a the dynamlte-ladea
craft which ms rd the diaaatcr at Santaa
da collided with aad aaok a barge
crowded with workmen. It la claimed
hat the atMairr did aot carry aay Ughta
hi taat she did aot atop after the colli
Aoa. Moat of the workassa throwa lata
(he water frees the barge were rem aid ta
aa alaaeat lifeless eeudltioa by the people
Who Ottawa a tae rtisalrr (roes the abate.
aWveral of the aaiortaaate pamagiri of
aba barge were drowsed la spite of the of-
i to rescue them.
woes mm rtnttoH.
by Jaeto Charles a
Ibalatairwaa roam lag a :
raa aa eatltlad to a total ensehtUt
aaaataa. Taa ease wm hreaght taitho
itetrioteeurt at the DteQut at CuNmTeta,
the last pritnllag bates aa ardor to
Cia.a..a.liaar Lechrea to ahew eaaaa why
hartwald aot roatore Lf
St? that Jade Laas waa lajally
peaces aa taa esaaiea roils, bat aaaaas
the taa ccettaoata laitaaila, the aaaataa
to 9!i wm ragalar or lawful.
la fiasnsla, the right of Uwaaauakv
ewaor to insi lal siailtas ba aw irta that
WENT AWAY ALONC TO DIE.
Cincaao. Nov. U.-
It baa beaa the aracUee alace 181. wbea
Jaaa c mioM. aa aeeretary of war. la
tMcretary I Handler aaapiM
la PeaMylraaia aad New Jerarr
ia 1K3 oa accooat of IrracaUriiiMat the
claiai ageata, aad that the auae year a
oraaniag oraer wm aaoptea ragaiatiaaT
rnepeaainaa, redactioaa, aad dropping
froai the roUa,aadtkat each aetloalaade-
aanMBtal ecaatraeUoa of law which
la aaclailee. The eommieaiooer aaaert
that web eoaatracUaa la reriaable only
ay taa aeeretary of tae interior aad Mat
ao reatrainaq or con trolled by aay court.
MAYOR HARRISON'S WILL.
CONOmOM OF OOV. RUSK.
Cucago, Xor. L Preliminary atepa
looking to the probating of the will of the
late Carter H. Harrisoa were taken be
fore Judge Kohlaaat. The estate dia
pootd of I acheduled at SSO.OOQ, there be
ing aax,000 ia realty aad $330,000 la per
sonal property. The will wm drawn ia
1SB0. The executors are tbo testator's
three elder children Mrs. Caroline D.
Owsley, Carter H. Harrison. Jrn and
William Preston Harriaon. The princi
pal pnoiic Drqaest a one of fiaun to any
charity which may be selected by the rx-
acatora. niu tne excepUoa of tau l
qoeat the eatire estate ie left to the testa
tor's loar ihddrea.
Tbe instrument recites that daring the
testator's life tajSOO wm siren to each
of the three elder children, and before the
estate is to be divided a like sun: most be
paid to tbe yoangest child. Miss Sophie
ttarrisoa. Alter una payment tbe i
aaainder of the estate is to be divided
equally among tbe (oar children. By
the prorieions of tbe will ao division ia
to be made for two years. At tbe expira-
uoa of taat time each heir b to be givea
one-half of bis or her share in fee simple
and the other half iu the form of a life in
RAILWAY WRECK IN OHIO.
recently ia the
Wash, died la 8aa Prancisps from hydro
aaehia, tbe result of being bitten by a dog
during a wteat visit ta his vrifas parents
at Highland Park. , Soase time ago Mr.
McDonald, with his wife aad children,
cams to Chicago to see the WorbTk fair.
asaking his temporary horns at
Park. A few days before they
plated rrtara to Seattle Mr.
aaddealy stated that be h
of the ntaMst in.portance la San Fran
cisco, aad left for the coast without aay
further explanations. His actioa waa con
sidered peculiar and caused ooosidrrabls
anxiety at the Highland Park domicile.
Tbe death of Mr. McDonald was a arret
u st oaiy since the aad event
that hie family have learned the real cause
of his sadden departure. During his visit
he was bitten by a dog. He feared to
alarm his wife and ber people, aad aaid
aotnioganoat iu Hearing ol a physician (
ia Sua Francisco who had succeasfullv I
treated cases of hydrophobia, ha deter
mined to ki thrre as quickly as possible
and prt himself in the doctor's care. He
wm very apprehensive of tbe effects of tbe
rabid animal's teeth and he did not wish
to make any explanations until tbe danger
A Fight That Will Ke Cease OK
SreixcFiCLV, Mol. Nov. 11 Frank
Crosby, who was to meet Sbarpe before
tbe Avotidale Athletic club of Kansas
City, Ks.. has been arrested by the sheriff
of Madiron county, Illinois, on account of
the fight between Sharpe and Crosby
which took place in Illinois. Crosby was
carried to jail in irons and taken to Ed-
llliaaia Gaardsasea KUIe.
Decattr, Ills.. Not. 1L William HiU
and Charles Ellis, both members of the
Decstur guards, are two young men killed
on tbe Missouri Pacific road nearJefftrr
son City, Mo. Tbey were on their way
kome from tbe Minnesota harvest fields,
where tl.e bad been working.
Yiboqca.Wbv. Nov. 11. -General Rusk's
joaditioa far two days ans been ail that
kis pkysidan aad family have dared to
hope for. Average temperature ia about
101, with a day fever, but ba raato thirty
well aad eleipe half the night. Hie suf
ferings are la tease, awesssitstiag the mss
afepsatMat Intsrrala. He ia very weak.
One of hia physicians walna with bIm
day aad Bight. Although taa general's
case is a very critical aaa taa pbysieiaas
bold out MoursBBoa taat hia cbancM for
recovery era geod
Saleoai at Mlnneanolia have been re
duced to less than tSO bv aXOOt license.
Sustain Home Indusb
Mr. . A. atewnse
Purifies the Blood
I was attacked with a painful itchmg and
awelUng. Bed blotches cants out on my body.
I could hardly see. Words cannot express my
auneiing. When I had taken six bottles of
all traces of the disease bad disappeared, and I
am now perfectly welL" G. A. Steakjts,
Gravity, loan. Be sure to ret Hood'a.
HOOOW PiLta cure all Liver Ills. Bittous.
jOTif lisllctiilksi flirlr Hsife-
Calling for Rook IslJ
BreiTing Co., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Companv, sue:
ors 10 vjeorge wagucrs mianiic Brewerv
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Steni
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius w
r . a-.it wt 1 1 r il . , Sk
DUiinng worths tribune ui inc most compl?:
Brewing establishments including Bottling t.
partment in the country. The product is tJ
very oest. ueer is Doniea at tne orewery
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and
be ordered direct from the head offices o
line avenue by Telephone.
Vtmtum, See. 1L A dispatch to Taa
Caiaahils from Paris says that the French
are keeping a watch along
froatkw lathe hopaofeant-
friag the am
famed ia tbe
gf aaarehawa who ware the author
1 exnlosioa la the Licee
U hi beUeved that tbsgaag
1 at the
ta Caaba at
tbey took refuge to
Plata, jfaw. 1L-Tke
wawN Jackey PoweU wm killed at
AaamiL Ha wm rtdlag the bona Wkv
ajatb aad the animal IslL When taa
hasna regal asd hia fret aad bnaaded away
PeweU'a foot stlil remained in the stirrup,
aad he wm dragged to death. Wbea
peeked ap ha wm leaad to he horribly aa-
aatslU To Be Made Cardinal.
Cbtosaa, Nov. 1L Tbe Volks Zeitnng
hi the authority for the statement that
Mgr. Satolll ie about to be made acardi
aaL This will be done at tbe next papal
wMaiatory. The Yolks Zeitnng further
adds that Mgr. Satelli's place will ba
takaa by tbe paal nuncio at Tbe Hague.
LoHDOB. Nov. 1L It Is slated oa good
aataority that the Britiah mining dead
lock will soon be made a cabinet question.
Taa ministers are now sa.d to ba enaatder
iag the matter and tbere are renewed
rumors of dtsstnsloa among Mr. Glad
rvaseeef taaW KlrlMay.
Lonoa, Nov. 1L Tbe Urtbday of tbe
Priace of w ales nas ceiebrated at SaodV
rianhaas. Tbe church bells were ringing
darbsg the morning boors aad flags were
flviaa everywhere la tbe vidnltv of tbe
isoidtate of the heir apparent to the Brit-
rear Men Killed seaues aa ritWi
Watch Was lew.
Totxno, O., Nov. JL Four were killed
1 tbe Columbus. Hocking Valley and
Toledo railroad ia a head-end collision.
The names of tbe deed are: James E.
Gresch, express memenKer, Columbus, O.;
CbsTlea Jones, engineer. Columbus:
Charles Jones, Jr., flreinan, son of Engin
eer Jones; William Kerlia, engineer, Co
lumbus. Tbe Injured are: 3. H. lawkey,
fireman deigkt train, badly bruised from
jumping: xred Kudor. bngoai
leg fractured aad head ban; Joseph
Shannon, conductor paaacager train, terri-
aty cut about the bead, but aot fatally.
Fireman J. H. laakey lays the blame oa
hia anglnssr, Kerlia, whoa watch was
alow, be says. In oa interview be
that tbe engineer knew of the pai
tram, out tnougu no naa time ta
the switch. Whoa the heedlis-ht WMdis-
rvred the trains were aot 100 fast onart.
Taa Hreeaaa Jumped, m also did the head
ikeuian. aad both escaned serioua in. I
Clcvklaxd. Nov, 11. A crank called at
Ueofaceof Mrrou T. Herrick, ascret
oaaaujar of tba Society for Savtaga,
wKh aayaamite bomb la awa hi
a Is vol at ta the other, ilsmsm
Ma,agOL Mr. Herrick iMpuudid by prompt
ly aaacsiag tae maa oowa aaa grappilac
wna aim 00 tae noor. wauo la thai an.
aittaatba crank fired a shot at Mr. Her
rick. the bullet passing through his coat.
Tbe fellow then jumped through a win-
Sale Began Friday Morn
ing at 8 o'clock.
Dkktkb. Not. JL-Judge Hallett, aa
motion of Wells, Taylor St Taylor aad
William Safford of Xew York, aaa ap
pointed George E. Randolph of Denver
aad Cornelias a SwsstUnd of Providence
receivers of tba Denver City Cable Rail-
way company. The bill and proofs dis
closed that the receipts have fallen off SO
per cent, ana tbe euminga barely meet
operating expenses. Tbe floating debt
aad mortgage liens aggregate nearly i,
Fall to Italaaos.
Valparaiso, Ind., Nov. iu Develop
ments in the affairs of tba Dulaney Clock
company which started here with a capi
tal of 300.000. aad which recently went
into tne nanus at a n-celver. it is allairsd.
indicate much crookedness. Experts re
port that tba books (ail to balance by
f4),0i. Conspiracy to wreck aad defraud
are made aad a defalcation charged.
MaPOXD, Sow. if .Hostilities were
aswvd brtnsea the 8oaaih forces aad the
Moors. The ftpaaisa gnaboat Veaadito
la shelling the tribes-
rrnad est to (ssaaV
&ATT1A CatkK. Mkb Nov. 1L Assist
ant Snpenatendeat Mclntyre of the
Oraad Traak railroad baa asked Pmsscau
ahf Atteraey Clark (or a warraat (or taa
at a assn giviaa: hW aame as Joba
He Menuasd ewe of tbe bodies
(reus the wreck as that of hia
Gestae Ihutaoa of Kssex. Kug
d secured ajo ntmt was found with
the body. The Sua i wtd to be a Cbicace
WasHlMiTux, Sar. it Comptroller
i Eckels has ordered the payment oa Dee. 1
as ssviiiiav of the Chemical National bank of Chieasn.
re- I This payment will dispose of TO per cent.
of the liabilities aad ia legarded ia the
comptroller' ofBce ns a remarkably ea
A Cat la Btrl Bail fit s.
Pmsarao,Nov. 1 L The announcement
ie aiade and confirmed that tbe Carnegie
Steel ectaraay. limited, of tbm etty,
broken away from tba steel combine
cat the prices oa steal rails fa per tea.
from to CU and C& The UUaeis Steel
company is said to have already met the
aaaasag the gjateiy
ry at at. tmmtm.
f John Gerau.Saw
Wbiie two held tba
at bay wMb I
ihor weat behind
salt a( that
After hrlpiag Ikiamlv
daTlilWlS CfTT. Kaa Nov.
BiU Daltea. the outlaw wl
(or aiaay criasss, eras seea apoa the
la thai dty about e'etocK ia tat
He left towa before daylight. U
Willow Hpriags. U the Stria.
Gigantic Bareraln Sale Began Friday Morning: at 8 o'clock.
Records Broken and a New Record Klade.
Never before have we placed such an aggregation of wonderful bargains on our counters at one time,
large extra force of clerks will be on duty for this occasion:
Blankets and Comforts.
No. 1 $1 full sire comforts for
sale at 79c each.
No. 2 f 1.85 fall size comforts
better grade for the sale at 99c each.
No. S a3.d fall sice pat teen com
forts, one ot the finest, at 2.96 each.
Xo. 4 1 white and grar angora
blankets at 75c each.
No. a 1. 50 cray and sanitarv
angora blankets at $1.19 each.
No. 6 f4 ail-wool grav blankets.
large size, at $3.25 each.
No. 74-4 unbleached muslin, 5c
.quality, for the sale, at 2c a yard.
So. 8 4-4 unbleached muslin. 6Jc
qualttv. for the sale, at Sic a yard.
Linens. I Dress Goods. Handkerchiefs.
No. 26 Bed honey comb towels. No. 51 One lot of pare wool hop! Xo. 105 Lalies' draws V
15c quality, size 20x42, at 91c each.'eackings, regular price 79c, at 58c a Swiss handerchief at lc each.
quality, for the sale, at 6c a yard.
iso. iu 1-4 bleached muslin, be
'quality, for the sale, at Sic a rard.
So. li 1-4 bieacuea muslin, ec
(quality, (or the sale, at 5c a yard.
I no. 12 4-4 bleached muslin, I2c
quality, for the sale, at 9c a yard.
So. 199-4 unbieacnea musuc
sheeting, 22c qualitv, (or the sale at
igc a yara. -
ao. 14 9-4 bleached muslin sheet
ing. 24c quality, for the sale, at 18c a
Xo. 27i.inen glass towels.
quality, good size, at 8c each.
So. 28 22x45 damask towels,
knotted (tinge, go at 25c each.
No. 29 20x42 damask aad hnck
towels, knotted fringe, 25c quality at
Xo. SO Turkey red table damask
25c quality, at 15c each.
No. SI Tarkey red table damask,
36c quality at 26c each.
Xo. 32 Turkey red table damask.
50c quality at S6 aaca.
ao. as f bleached tame linens,
20c quality at 14c each.
ao. 94 t bleached table imens.
39c quality at 29c each.
ao. 35 i bleached table linens.
50c quality at 39c each.
Ao. 96 AH bleached tame linens.
50c quality at 43c each,
Ao. 97 Bieacnea toilet crasn, oc
qualitv at 2c each.
Ao. 38 unbieacnea Mevens crasn.
6c quality at 2 c each..
Xo. 39 15c Buck crash. 18 inch
one ot the best, at 11c each.
Ao. 52 One lot of 46-inch pure
wool whipcords, regular price 92c at
Vn AS itna l.-i nt Jn.iiu.k Ann1
: wool two-toned hop sacking, regular!
Xo". 15 Canton flannel, unbleached
lie aualitv at 61c a yard.
Xo. 16 Canton flannel, unbleached
8c quality, at 5ic a yard.
No. 17 Canton flannel, unbleached
6c qualitv, at 2c a yard.
quality, at 6c a yard.
I ao. iv Ail-wool. A-ounce snirun;
flannel, best quality, at 19c a yard.'
Xo. 20 Heavy chenille shirting
12jc quality, at 9c a yard.
Xo. 21 White honev comb spread
full size. 75c quality, at 55c each.
very bearv. f 1.25 quality at 85c each
Xo. 23 White Marseilles spreads,
very heavy, f 1.10 quality at79oach
Xo. 24 $2 Marseilles spreads, ele-
gant irrade. at tl.39 each.
Ao. 2-Uther bargains at i.40.
$1.87. $1.98 and $2.25 each.
I Gents' Furnishing Goods.
I Xo. 79 Gents' silk and satin ties.
:50c grade at 36c each.
I No. 80 Gents' teck and (our-in
ihand ties, choice for 19c each.
I No. 8125 doaea gents' white un-J
laundered shirts, market price ouc
fat S7e each.
I' No. 82 One lot geats' tennis flaa-l
.el shlrU at lie each.
No. 83 Oa lot gents' tennis UaaH
nel shirts at 4ic eaca.
price $1, at 69c a yard. (embroidery handkerchiefs at 5o -J
Ao. 54 1.000 yards all wool 58 I No. 10950 dozen Lad:e$ It
inch Henrietta, imported, at 471 c a embroidery handkerctiif at lie
yard. I Xo. 110100 dozen Ladifj' in
Xo. 55 1,000 yards all wool 40-embroidery handkerehiefsatacai
yard. iborder handkerchief s at 3c rack.
Ao.be io percent, 2U per cent.l Ao. 112 50 dozen Gent s ana
S3 per cent and 50 per cent off of S. satin ed?e handkerchief:
high novelty dress goods,
Ao 57 One lot yard-wide novelty
suitings, dark shades, 25c quality at
tec a yara.
a a. os tv-incb Armure suitinsrs.
tall shades, at 24c a yard.
ao. 9&4nch alt wool suitinrs.
50c goods at 37c a yard.
ao. 60 50-inch au wool ladies'
jeloth, 58c goodst 37 c a yard.
ao.-aiKS grade of colored Hen
rietta at 14c a vard.
No. 62 25c grade of colored HeoJ
rtetta at isc a vard.
Xo. 40 Indigo blue calico, best
quality, 5c a yard.
Ao. 41 indigo mue calico, me
dium quality, 4c a vard.
Ao. 4Z indigo Dine calico, medi
um 2 wide, 71c a yard.
ao. 49 Bet apron gingham made
at ojc a yard.
Ao. 44 Medium quality apron
gingham worth 6c at 3c a yard.
ao. 4a ordinary apron gingham
worth 4lc at zic a yard.
Xo. 46 10c quality ginghams
dress styles at 71c a yard.
No. 47 10 cent quality seersuckeHwill
dress styles at 6c a yard.
Ao. 48 furniture roue calico at
Sic a yard.
Xo. 49 121c Tennis flannel at 8c
ao. 50 10c Tennis flannel at 6Jc a
Xo. 63 All wool black Henrietta,
150c quality at 371c a yard,
Ao. 64 Ail wool DiacK serge. tavJ
ported, 68c quality at 50c a yard.
No. 65 All wool black serge, im-
ported. 89c quality, 46 inehes wide,
at 75c a yard.
No. 66 All wool black aerge. tnM
rported, $1 quality, 46 inches wide.
at Boca yara.
wide, at 6Se a yard.
Xo. 106 Ladies" white H. .id
kerchiefs at 2c each.
Xo. 107 Ladies' colored kw
and Swiss embroidery bandki
at Sc each.
Xo. 108 Ladies drawn boric:
No. 99 Ladies' black jackets at
Xo. 100 Ladies' blact- ianTk-Pta. rVw'
lumbian cape, far trinimmo'.at t4.8ft
Xo. 101- Ladies' jackets, anonrtml
strles. at tA.4H Mh
No. 102 Ladies' iackets. aasnrtml
styles, 50-inch, $9.99.
Xo. 103 A decided reduction on
many of our fine iackets and capes.
HI , ft J on . a i , .
.iu. iv- iiukd Diacu iur muns.
be sold at 25c each.
No. 72 Gents' rrav
drawers at 21c each.
No. 73 Gents natural
and drawers at 77c each.
Xo. 74 Ladies fleeced Jerrtv
and pants at 17c each.
Ao. 73 Indies" natural
sev Tests and nants at llceari
No. 76 Ladies' line merino ptf
sleeve Tests and pant at M
lU. 4 1 bSUlO iJH- " - - " '
union suits reduced -irom v-
No. 78 Ladies line unua
at 69c each, worth a ha'.f nwre.
Gloves and Mitten
tc oa xi;-..u- st .Vh'k
gloves, grays, tans and brownr
No. 8tfjidips' Suede. lVrr:
l.linliii irmta .,,i,,ri Jlll'l 1
Xo. 84 The Lily black sateen cor-l
set. regular price 60c, at 33c each.
ao. SO i he celebrated Xo. 60S
awiss gore corset at 57c each.
Ao. 86 One lot of white aprons.
market price 25c aad S5c each at 19ei
Xo. 47 All of our 75c fan veils will1
be marked at 45c each.
No. 68 90 doaea ladies' all
hose worth 22c, at 12Je a toair.
I No. 69 60 doaea ladiea' olaJn wol
. ft a a . - " -I
psu nwwi nose as zxe a rjuir.
AO. 70 za donen ladlM Ibm
v. ff ait i n .-i. I t. . . rw",Hi
jav. i rf.ia wwa wArA unM ima.iun iiuvft nits s SOU U pal r.
imported, C9e quality, 46 iachesl No. 71 25 doaen goats'
wool half hone, at lfc a pair.
50c a nair
l5-hook1.68 cloves, colors ana
at $1.19 a pair.
No. 91 50 dozen chi.'t?
mittens worth 15c at 9c a xi-
Xo. 92 One lot of ehi.-i'
mittens to le sold at c a p r-.
Xo. 93 One lot of la-li-
mittens to be sold at IU' a I'1
V. 94 Firnre.l nlain 3?-inft
o 1 . ,. .
pery silks 62Jc a yard at
No. 95 25 dozen assorted stv
land tinted linens zucaw
No. 96 One lot ol splashed
woollers, covers, side board cover?.
table covers at 39c, easily
No. 97 Genuine sterlm?
Istick pins at 6c each
No. 98120 dosen "Flora w
Oxfordliou soap," same as Cuticura-
ihesr : - Ill
tows .rzrzrriiiL izrzi ziin. 1 1 tut rv tuiiti t'lrm - laimcjcni ir -rm . u sttt tt a ttu
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