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Decatur Daily Despatch, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1889, Decatur, Illinois WE GIVE ALL THE State and The general of day In each Tlw only paper In taking press dispatcher of tally mon of lnc mailer than my other In It hM the leading In HM VOLUME I. THURSDAY 82. 1HH9. NUMBER 42. THE FALL SEASON And the Styies for Autumn Are Coming in. 200 PLUSH SACQUES OF THE DOINGS OF THE LAST With 111.' Mauri Inn of HI Hi and Children's m HOW ON We are prepared this season not only to show the but the BEST PLUSH GARMENTS ever exhibited in the American as well as THE OUR OWN IMPORTATIONS OP Dress Goods and Silks Are coming well as our HOSIERY and UNDER- that bought for cash in large and to which we solicit your early WE MADE URGE AND EARLY PURCHASES OF Flannels Winter Goods Ot Hut Will AM II the mile mill repeat 4100; In the mile two best in 81WI; The captured every and one of tind tho tine silk Gov. Kitor and Pavey dined with the Major of the lit his homo near the HARRISON AT THE PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION AT In a of of of Clm GRANT'S OLD C We Are Prepared to Show New and Elegant Styes in and a Good Assortment ol Oil LINN lor and Hercules White Wi and G The shoe house of Ferriss cH: Lapham has won the ill will of would-be competitors in and the good will of the people in The former is necessarily involved in the If other houses here could compete with us they would have no for If other houses here could com- pete with would not always have share ot the The fact is lhat the people know they can get better goods for less money of us than they can get inferior goods Tor Hence the steady stream of shoe buyers is always toward Ferriss There are a variety ol reasons why the smaller houses cannot compete with First of all we are furnished direct from the great Chicago wholesale house of L. L. Ferriss which more shoes in one: year than all the shoe dealers of Decatur can handle in The heavy purchases are made direct from the factories and the profit is In thus having the advantage of purchases in large we own our goods at very much lower But you know that dealers buy their goods in limited tities of lhat they then pay an extra profit to men in addition to the increased price which they must pay on account of small It is thus apparent that Ferriss Lapham can sell goods at a profit and still sell them for as little money as other dealers pay for their We are sensible of all these advantages and propose that our customers shall have the benefit of We know that all we have to do is to go on selling at our present low prices to bring to us a constantly increasing We know that other dealers will endeavor to keep up with the procession by selling shoddy goods at we ask for good solid We know that the in shoddy goods will hear from that the sale of will drive customers to We know that we are selling for a much smaller profit than has hitherto been lor believe that other dealers cannot We have no old odds ami Our slock is ably the our styles and We are sure to please you both in quality and 11 yon have not yet traded with it. will save you In Tho inner of the general land will lay the secretary of the interior in n ew the for reopen no the somewhat onse of the made on fraudulent mder the last Tlie ware made by Comptroller Durham at the time that Mr. Lamar secretary ot the The vouchers were tor surveying done in California and Under the where is done at the request of land owners they are required to deposit a certain sum and when the vouchers of the deputy surveyors are received they pass through the survey division and accounts division and then the certifies to the treasury ment that they are and that the money for the payment of them has been deposited as required by In the cases In California and Utah no deposit was and Sparks refused to certify the which aggregated There was a controversy between the treasury department and the Interior department about the matter and it was even laid be- fore the president ut one time and by him referred to the attorney Comptroller Durham insisted that the commissioner should certify to these The attorneys of the parties in interest having made ment before the commissioner re fused to certify but it iw claimed against the ruling of the at- torney general they were ordered paid by the Fletcher the of tho amounts prepared a tabulated statement of the matter which was referred to Vilas by Secretary on the day that the hitler left thu Nothing from imd in June last on going out of Johnston again called it to Hie attention of Ilie Mr. the new chief of the accounts haw had the matter under and today he finished the preparation of u detailed statement of the facia which Acting Commissioner Stone will fore the secretary of the OLD SOLDIERS Another at Special 21. in the history of Piatt county has there such a grand as the the one that was present today at the grand reunion and fair on the Piatt county fair J. W. Hon. H. Col. Theodore Col. C. T. Lieut. C. B. Gen. C. W. Pavey and other guests arrived on the early trains and were met at the depot and corted to the hotel by the Grand Army of the Republic post and camp No. 1ST) Sons of Veterans of They were then taken to the fair LABOR n Work All Hi to 111.. Aug. 21. But very few men were at work in either the Coal company's mine or in the smaller about At Lukins shaft only a dozen men went down tins morning out of over one hundred who hud working there steadily and the same ate decrease is reported at the other These men have been receiving 80 cents per the price demanded by the but as long as no settlement could be reached with the larger ators all were ordered Another mass meeting will be held Scott Will Offer an Special to SPRING Aug. gressman the Pennsylvania will tomorrow offer his out miners here 75 cents per ton for mining from now until May 1, 1890. This will be the first formal proposition of any kind made to the men since the mines were closed down on the 30th of It a the general opinion that the miners will not accept the or at least nof until their low miners at Streator have settled their SPORTING How They Following is the standing of the league and association clubs up to Aug. 22. New York Chicago W p si 4V 47 M m American 08 32 sa 40 sa n Omaha St. Cunl I ity St. Urn M. Brooklyn Baltimore Athletic M Kansas 07 81 411 51 47 38 41 42 42 45 43 47 41 Darlington L THE LEADERS IN LOW where Gov. Fifer and others reviewed the grand parade of the Sons of rans camps and the Army which includes the Veteran Battalion of Piatt The parade was headed by the drum corps and next came the various camps of Sons of 125 in Then came Goodman's splendid band at the head of the Veteran 250 commanded by Col. Aaron They made a very imposing The march was made in front of the grand stand and to tlie east where the stand was The camps came to present arms and the old vets marched to their Comrade J. A. Brown presided and after prayer by Comrade Chaplain E. Hammond and music by the Gov. Fifer was introduced and made a magnificent speech to all tho farmers and tho which was received with marked favor and He was followed by Gen C. W. state who never fails to please the old The prize competitive drills by the camps of Hons of Veterans of county next took C. B. of the Second regular Col. Theodore Ewert and Col. C. T. Orner were the They unanimously gave the first prize in every premium offered to the Monticello ramp No. 185, which Lad the largest number the best equipped the best drilled the best drilled member in and the second best drilled mem The first WBM Frank Uio Harry The silk flag costing WHU lo the Monticello p. m. ami Comrade 1. W. re in of the ramp in a splendid as wan llin Fifer delivered in the linn There were on the grounds today and the lue grounds WUH to the utmost U. hold them with their thousands nf gies and The balloon Thursday and the grand on will draw i large The camp tire was one of the iwe held and was a Maj. George It. Steele and wife mid i host of people were The judges declare that the Monti cello Hons of Veterans wore su in every and was no possible point for it o The races wert l Oilmen Special to At Cleveland 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 6 7, Pittsburg 9, errors Cleveland Pittsburg 3; and and umpire QAt Cincinnati Hits 11, Columbus 0; er- Cincinnati 1, Columbus 3; and right and umpire At Kansas City Kansas 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 City 12, Baltimore 0; errors City 2, Baltimore 5; way and Kilroy and umpire At Indianapolis 0 H 0 0 2 1 0 0 0- G 1 13, Chicago 15; er- 2, Chicago 1; and Dwyer and umpire At Boston 2-10 New 11, New York 10; errors New York 2; batteries Clarkson and Crane and umpires and At Philadelphia 1200001 3-11 Washington 13, Washington 12; Washington 8; and son end to Aug. 21. Tlie reception tonight given to President Harrison on his return home lo take part in the monument after six months was as enthusiastic IIH were the parting congratulations when he loft for Washington last At the Union station there was a great crowd to greet and o'clock when the train from Cincinnati rolled into the depot the cheers were most At the same simea battery from the arsenal command of Capt. of the United gave thu usual of twenty olio In less Until twenty minutes after the arrival of the the president and party wore at the New drive I hero witnessed by throngs of On leaving the station the Guard ot the state militia proceeded Hit carriage in which were President Hovey and Mayor but in the interval came a hundred or more of the survivors ot the president's old the seventeenth Indiana Following were the carriages of the committee that went to Cincinnati and the com- likewise of citizens to meet the distinguished The line was headed by a and thus with the en- of the giving its torce to the I he march con- AT THB there was a great blocking and packing the cor alighting the president was saluted by the Governor's Guards and tlie ident acknowledged the salute as he did the welcome of the people on the way from the As he passed into the hotel the crowd and the dent then being escorted to the large parlors was surrounded by the com- at the head of which was Mr. George W. president of the board of Tanner in a briet speech welcomed the president to his old Gen. J. R. on behalf of the monument com- THK The president in response said he did not know how to his feeling at this return to his He did not ex- to be with his old friends so when he left to assume his onerous but he felt that he could not be absent on an occasion like that to be observed on the He hod always taken a deep interest in the monument to be erected to the soldiers and he hoped again to be with the people of Indianapolis when the is A The president then held a short re- Tomorrow he will take part in the laying of the corner stone of tlie til inl In Aug. 21. The day for the reunion it mining to give a day lo the re- union of old erans anil their OFFERED THIS WEEK The nt Special to Aug. The reception at the chamber of commerce was a ing ordeal for the Fully three thousand people shook him by the The lasted about one hour and when the line was cut leaving hnn dreds yet seeking the dent looked This after noon he rested awhile at the lo 111., Aug. home the Maroa club today by the 0 1 I 0 0 0 0 1-- 5 Macou Bane Macon 7; struck ut Conn by Ryan 18; Conn and Walston for Ryan and for The Wust 4 HI lo N. Aug. 21.- The weather was the trark good and attendance The results were as First mound Bradford 3; I mile Wilfred Young Duke 2, Kridge Third mile Jersey Pal 2, K ing's Own Fourth Brother Ban 1, Niagara Fifth I I 1C 1, Sixth 'a mile Miracle time Burnett house and then sat down to dinner with the committee and the party who came with him from Doer Shortly before 5 o'clock the presidential party left the hotel in for the Hamilton Dayton railroad escorted by the committee from Indianapolis composed of the following Mayor William H. M. T. Albert George P. A. B. B. Henry W. M. Scott and George fl. At 5 o'clock the party boarded the special train which left the depot immediately for olis amid the huzzas of several hundred people who had gathered around the train to catch a glimpse of the LOVED ANOTHER MAN'S wives Gnu of the good habits of tho people of is to make their which they hold in the grove of This one was up to very highest over attained in that About o'clock the people begun in from the the Dalton Cily bund ill their formed mid wont to the arriving the ami the and to Th ol tho City Tho the bam ami of th to the front ol llm and pn to deliver u well timed W. F. Til was introduced and spoke for an hour to the old soldiers and their During the whole time they gave careful attention and frequently demonstrated their appreciation of facts he set forth by fervent After this address everybody enjoyed a picnic At 2 o'clock the crowd again assembled and after the customary prelude of song and instrumental Maj. James A. Connolly was introduced and delivered an excellent which was also highly Everybody went home fully satisfied with the grand success of the reunions About people were in We have attended a great many ions and are prepared to judge of ar- rangement and manner of and from what we observed at Bethany it ia but fair to say that nobody can beat the people of Bethany having a good time and a NORTH the First Republican ting tM Nominee For Aug. 21.-Tbe first state nominating convention of North Dakota was called to order at precisely o'clock this afternoon by chairman of the republican state central Judge Cochrane was elected temporary chairman and H. A. Liby of Walsh county temporary After the appointment of the committee on the convention took a recess until At the night session the chairman of the committee announced that the committee would be unable to report until tomorrow after- and the convention No less than a different caucuses are being the Allen men are con- they have captured the It has transpired that the principal offices have been promised to different delegations by the Miller enthusiasts and the Allen men are ing nil the capital they ean out of it. One hundred and forty-one eleven more than a caucussed Allen and Miller have both withdrawn and S. Tyler will be nominated for The caucus then AT Muni Initial 10 Cents fUt Fit HI II 20 Cents fitt I ifft Closing Silk Silk 19 I ft t I tin Closing 25 ilin lit 15 Cents a j liMe it 10 Cents a lot tif 1'inn'H Cents a Silk Jersey 26 Pure Silk 1O to IS inches longs 75c. All Hariri Dm ti 39 Taffeta and Pure Silk early OOe and Dm ti 39 Fane ft l ttt 39 Cents a ISO of Thread LUte 91.0O, and marked down to 75 Gents a 1 BRADLEY CORNER OP WATER AND WILLIAM for the Kid Utica Standard Four Dome Furnace FOR SALE BY MORGAN And He Couldn't HIT Killed to Aug. W. Bab a young man twenty-one years shot himself this afternoon and is now lying at the death nt the county He was in love with n Mrs. a and was driven to desperation because she was nl ready tho wife ot another mid could not be Babeock was general for the book firm ot Ca. His mother and who Kve iu have been telegraphed Unit he will pro bly NO LIVES Tlie on the Krle Not KM MKI IIH Aug I mile Second 1, Leo Krigel Third Pearl Lady Rose time Fourth 1 Gurus 3; time Fifth steeplechase short course 2, George Mo 3s At to DUMP AT NKW Aug. ruil way officials state that the on that road at Hig Flats this morning was by no menus so as at II ru There were no lives lost and one or two passengers were slightly The engineer wul fireman wore badly hurt and Tho col- was between two freight trains and a passenger train run into the ob- struction thus One baggage car was one express was burned up and two coaches slightly The tracks have been ud ail traim ore now running on schedule nor decided on of Walsh county for Flittie of Traill for tary of Dray of Grand Forks for Booker of 1'embrin for The balance of the ticket is to be filled in open convention READY FOR the ul to Begin to Aug. 21. Early this after Doon Attorney Forrest called on Cough one of the Cronin and from tiho detective be went directly to the department where he had a talk with that lasted fully one hour and ti Kennedy and Mr Forest the jail together the latter looking decidedly As the coils tighten the danger ot his turning his back on Ins fellow conspira tow to save his own neck grows Senator went from the jail to the state's office and had half an hour's that with Judge Kennedy became iery indignant when it waa suggested lo him that he had made n to have Hurke turn He have having it general ami our only talk on the was when I asked the judge liow long lie thought case would how weeks it would take to a The stale will H broken down of at least to prove Burke's in the saw liim times IIM went home from work ami iden Manufacturers of Copper and Sheet Iron t Have Thirteen and Drap tie and worth and Will sell at light Derby worth and worth I A IIH l Hied him in jail All lobe ready to Inal SINKING rk IN III Aug. condition is lodny and sinking mother called in her today and Her friends attribute her illness to occasioned by the of borne in coming to M to tor C Straw Hats at your own OrO JOHN IRWIN'S WHITE 0.
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