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Decatur Daily Despatch, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1889, Decatur, Illinois If you believe Hi ought to a Republican morning dally at once for The and have It delivered at your for tun centi a VOLUME I. Now time SATURDAY JULY 20, 1889. NUMBER 14. PRICES FOR BRADLEY BROS. 0 Fancy ro- to One Lot of soino SO Para- worth from to marked to t O Pieces of at lOc Per Olio Case of at 3c Per Olio of at 8c Per Ono of Now Patterns in at 6 Per 25OO Yards of Fancy French Sa reduced to 25c Per French Flannels for and Blouse Waists at 25c Per Flannel Blouse all now at cM of d from 85e to 69c a in anil COLLARS 4TFFS. SO Silk Satin reduced lo 25c FLANNEL at and Silk ami Wool at BRADLEY Corner of Water and William Agents for the Jouvin Kid S. M. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ORGANS AND MUSICAL Ivers Pond HO sold to New Con- of the Largest MUSIC SCHOOL fii the A housed by 100 other anil in With the now i i the invention for in the any anil in to Needs no It sings its own praise in 500 homes in Macon Over in Christian It is the Handsomest and Toned Organ Old Instruments taken in Terms Prices S. M. 111% Published Every Morning Except in d lo occupy ol a Morning Daily only in Subscribe for it Sent by postage to any address for 10 cents pel or delivered at your home by wherever ten or more subscribers pel IHE REASONS ASSIGNED FOR ITS V Strung Unit itn of will bti Early In July may be in explanation of tho appointment ot commission lo has como to Shortly tho lent of 10 made a formal proposition o President Cleveland to give the States the absolute right to the of St. Nicholas Mole for a naval This was done in the hope if settling any difference between his and tho United and was coupled with tho hope that tho attor would extend a protectorate iver Hayti and thus put tho affairs of hat island on a more stable Solomon died soon after and his delayed When Blaine took charge of foreign it is he was favorably impressed with the imposition and a commission o curry out President Solomon's fajti is closely allied with the and Nicaragua canals and tho of the United Stales would assist it is in a commercial THF Tho Hon. Nathan iivo from tho ninth Missouri vas among the president's visitors interview with Mr. Prank expressed the conviction hat there would bo an extra session of probably in that the dato of the extra depend upon tho result of he election in the new Said Mr. those states end a strong republican delegation o congress as is the will probably issue a lation admitting them to the union 3ct. 15, and call an extra of for the latter part of the ot ui be disappointed in the result tho I think Congress will called early in I lo not spouk with but hat is my The Will lie to July is said at lie state department that Secretary Maine and Minister Reid have by no loans resolved to drop the case of the American ladies who are to have been unlawfully im- by at Minister Hold has tho matter in hand t present and his last advices to the tate department wore that he had red all his material for proceeding to also action in the case with the ion of securing tho affidavits of lie throe Tho state will take action on lie case when tho affidavits of the idles are A Joseph C. Squires of an 18W) clerk in tho pension in harge of tho records of the medical mining has been is based on the same ausos that other changes made in the medical Tanner considered that 10 much liberality had been shown in o All such cases ure A held up and action upon them is impended fur the It is ex- that the Secretary of the In- will soon make u ruling defining ho policy that is to be pursued in uch AMICABLY in Virginia to a Special to July 10.--The nces which hove been going on here or the past three days between nan Messrs. and of the National Committee and Mahone and Virginia with a view to harmonizing he troubles of the republican party in ended Messrs. and Gronor of tho anti- element first submitted to in arbitration and pledged themselves abide by tho decision of the national anJ the Mahone side showed u similar desire to reach rough the aid of tho national com- Today a conclusion was reached the national committee approving tlie call for a state convention to bo held at on the 22d of said call to bo issued by General as chairman of the regular Mr. on behalf of tho concurred in this action of the DECATUR TAKES The Frenchman From Cork Carrion at National to 111., July of who styles himself the Cutter from won prize as champion cloth carver of the National Custom Foremen Tailor's con- vention which has been in session this Tho committee on award in the contest to-day awarded him tho tirst and Ed of HE WANTS TO to ly to July The neys for Martin the Cronin arc preparing their appeal from the decision of Judge Bain to a full court An application for a writ of corpus will the matter up within a few i A- ll i A PLUCKY n of Who to Koli July peddler from Montreal arrived at St. Cuthbert day night nnd wont to stay at a friend's but found that all but a Aged 15, had gone to the During night the girl was aroused by a mocking at tho She went to window and saw two masked who demanded her She the peddler and told and he landed her his pocketbook to give tho The latter said that this was not enough nnd the girl again returned tho who said he would to the mutter ing n revolver from his valise lie went to the window and shot both men The girl ran to a neighbor's house and told what had when the woman exclaimed that it was ler husband and son that had been They had intended robbing the SPORTING J uly 10. tu At Boston 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 G Hits Boston 7, Chicago 13; Boston 5, Chicago i; and and At Now York New 8 New 11; 11; 7; 2; At The game was postponed on account of At Washington 5; Called end of 4th Tho American Association clubs did not play I to July 1; Cecil 2; Irene 3; jimo Second 1; Mt. 2; 3; timo Third 1; 3; time 1.20. Fourth Florence 1; 2; 3; timo Fifth Dearborn 1; 2; 3; time Sixth mile Dad 1, 2, John Reber 3; Second 2, Arundel 3; Seventh 11-1C fts 1, Queen of Trumps 2, Harry Glenn 4-5. Brighton BRIGHTON June track was in tine shape the racing good nnd exciting nnd the attendance 1, Princo Howard 2, King William 3; Second selling 1, Dalesman 2, Long Jack 3; Third ono Tray 1, En- durer 2, King Crab 3; Fourth Montauk Brian Borou 1, 2, 3; time Fifth ono 1, 1, Theora 3; timo July Wimbledon in the shooting for the Minot m the Steward seven shots at the Americans did some good Farrow making 11 score of 33 out of a possible 35. Sergeant Doyle and nmn made 32 each and rill and Bumstead 31 AN Tim anil Join tlie Federation of Special to July convention of the National Association of Saddle nnd Harness Makers of after a three days debate on the re- solved today to join the American ation of This move will throw tho entire national association with all its and an organized ship of five thousand into the ranks of tho By the terms of its amalgamation with tho the association retains its own jurisdiction over all local tions relating to saddles and but it joins with the federation of labor on the eight-hour and will immediately issue orders to all of its local assemblies to prepare lo demand an day on May Special to NKW July G. Dun Co. report the business failures during tho seven days for tho United States at 188, Canada 20, total 208, compared with 209 lust 202 the week previous to hist and 228 for the corresponding week of last A Daring Murder luul tu W. July C. Grant and David Latten R. came here from Spokane Falls last night and occupied tho same Grant bad in his During the night arose and shot Orant three Latten then went down town and returned and took the money and drove away in a An to July thin morning burned the Eagle Valley together with five hundred of oak John an waa burned to John John John Fisher and George Smith were and The if fully Another Woman Slain In By the THE MURDERER CAUGHT AND The Knife With Which Mm Were HIM to He a July 20, 7 a. man to the arrested in district early this He had just killed a woman and had the knife on his person with which he luul committed the After be- ing taken into custody the prisoner con- fessed that he hud killed the Ho said the weapon he used to his purpose was AN He carried no other He de- clared that ho lived nowhere and that ho had just arrived from The prisoner is six feet of fair and carries himself with a military His actions indicate that he is He has con- fessed that ho murdered all the women whose bodies have boon found in and about the Whitechapel He gave the names of his the dates upon which he killed the victims and all tho ghastly and indecent details con- with the terrible The arrested man who con- fessed to being is regarded us a but there is little doubt that the real author of the crimes which have appalled is now in THE BURNS MURDER On the Tlie End to On July was a city ot sensational incidents in the Hums murder trial in spite of the fact that Creghan and Richardson were both put upon tho stand by tho defense and that Prank tho attendant who was indicted with them for the came to their rescue with a positive denial of everything with which they are Mr. Elliott waa very brief in his and was evidently dent in the testimony he will introduce in to impeach Tho defense has only two more witnesses to and Mr. Elliott announces that the evidence in rebuttal will be short and So it is probable that tho arguments will be reached DEWITT COUNTY County at to 111., July which has been one of tho most successful in numbers and closes here this The work of training teachers in methods has been made quite conspicuous 4ome of the tests have been very but the students have como up with The work for tho ing year has been carefully laid aud tho preparations for another year's institute has been Tho mentary science of Pedagogy has been made general as a Prof. Zellars spoke on Thursday evening to a good house of citizens aud teachers on for The gentleman is a charming speaker of the rather a keen analyzer nnd an BRYCE'S It IN Tapped to Pay Campaign to DEO vnm NKW July Graphic says that tho national democratic com- still owes over for expenses and that Gorman and Scott have made up of that BAD MARKSMEN Not to N. Y. July the Quade trial after an impartial charge by the the jury retired and in twenty minutes returned with a verdict of The Hrst two ballots stood eleven to one for the third was Still M to July to a late hour tonight the missing had not been heard A d to July mixed train on the Con- railroad tonight jumped a bridge at Duffy's near wrecking the engine and four freight Throe train men were injured and James Lynn was fatally Cars con- thirty passengers narrowly escaped going A July It waa learned here this morning that a shooting serape took place in the southeastern part of the county yesterday in which Tom a colored shot nnd instantly killed another colored man named whom he suspected of being too Intimate with his Arnold i In July brought from afternoon by Constable arraigned in Justice waived examination and gave 1600 for at the term of the boort the charge Nora f Compel Ill the III He to 111., July 19.- The riflu rango him lioen changed slightly at Camp in order that residences a milo away will of tho way of stray Instead of shooting directly north the firing will bo a little to tho Walter of and warehouse is in on Dr. C. W. secretary of the Illinois Board of has returned from where lie has been attending a mooting of tho About sixty dents wore Next Tuesday the board will meet in to pass on about 150 applications for licenses to run drug They como in under tho now having had practical in dispensing An injunction was served on tho slate auditor today restraining him from ing a tux to pay the interest on city of bonds in aid of tho St. Louis Southeastern road in 1872. Lieutenant Governor Ray wont homo lo spend Sunday with his Mrs. Gov. Mrs. Lewis and Flor Mrs. Col. H. G. and Lottie wont to Bloomington on the noon S. P. corporation dork in tho secretary of has gone lo to u brief lo DECATUR July 19. At u special moot ing ot the county board this Mr. Kimboll re introduced the rosolu tion adopted Tuesday discharging Dr. J. G. Kiernan us superintendent of tho county asylum and appointing Dr. Noble to till tho That por tion discharging was adopted by a vote of 9 to The resolution pointing Dr. was curried by a voto of 11 to 3. July Wood representing TUB was in our midst on and by his gentle and persuasive deportment started the future groat daily of Central Illinois with a goodly number of sub- The merit of THK as our people become acquainted with enlarge its subscriptions Assumption is on a On the 10th many discouragements during n period of sixteen the Assumption Coal and Mining of this uncovered at the depth of 981 a five-foot vein of ing It is said by experts to bo of the quality in the Much credit is due the company for its nerve and On 13th inst. a jubilee was held with and speeches to close at The largest concourse of people ever seen in this city was here in honor of the The work of opening the mine will be pushed with Improvements in dwellings and bam lies houses are being made on every A now school house of throe a splendid bank building and Odd Fellows with siv ness houses and a new are among the loading We another bank and mine in tno near of which we wili speak anon. Hon. J. C. an attorney of prominence from was ia town Mrs. Jennie Mr. H. Lanham and A. E. proprietor of tho Commercial visited Miss Irene Sikes of Decatur lias bee n tho guest of Miss Jaunita thwait during the post Miss Minnie Hardy of Kansas is iting her father Mr. John The Presbyterian parsonage in being and an addition mado to correspond with the now and elegant church of that Mrs. Porter wife of ono of our most esteemed farmer in a very critical The cause is hysteria Mr. Saline limn mil is A pair of bran new cradle is not empty July 19.-Prof. Shipley de- parted yesterday for to conduct a teacher's Ho will bo asent about four A party of young spent tho day nt Pastime park The was conducted by Lieut. F. C. The remainder ot the party wore David an old and respected who has been suffering with pa in a critical condition at continues to grow more dangerous ami fears are entertained as to her The baby daughter of Capt. Willinn McClung was very sick this week but is better An ice croain sociable was hold day night at the residence of J. Carter A very enjoyable timo was Al. formerly a resident of thiw but now of will return to to make his left yesterday for n visit with her people in Ky. William tho is deeply engaged in the study of opt ogy and The rage for manufacturing companies yet The latest is the Cottage Manufacturing company to manufacture ioe cream Baseball excitement A spirited contest took place between tho Marona and Clintons The Clinton corset factory it open in the old better known wine A i We Want Everybody To Note the Fact Wo Khali Our Great July 8th, 1 Sum Dress Black and Colored Para- Headed India Victoria Persian Law Check Swiss Black Silk Fish Dress Cor- 0loves, Table Furnishing Oil Etc. Goods Received Every JOIN OUR WATCH Boss Rockford Genuine Boss Gold Filled Case with fine full-jeweled nickel Rockford R. 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