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Decatur Daily Despatch, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1889, Decatur, Illinois OFFERED THIS WEEK AT BRADLEY BROS 1OO Linen Cambric Initial 10 Cents fancy White 20 Cents 190 Silk Closing 91.15. iMee 10 Mt 15 Silk Laee extra at 19 Silk Jersey furt Silk M to IB early 5Oc, 7Se. Taffeta ana Silk early 3Oc MUM Dm JO Gauze lare Closing 25 23 to 15 Cents a re- HER RIGHTS AT THE MENT Hie or Honor In the at the National for SO Mack Thread reduced to 10 Cents a LMe One lot of Fancy regular were reduced to 29 Cents a MM flain and faucy Lisle Thread HOe and all reduced to 39 Cents a ISO pit of Fancy Thread LiMe and marked down to 75 Cents a Special tends to indicate that Gen. Russet A. be the next Private has no following and Consigny of Iowa has only his own state's Eastern delegates will vote for Judge of but they admit tonight that he cannot rally the necessary western A. G. of Wisconsin will be the senior vico commander and probabilities aio that Washington will be selected for the next annual THE The trouble concerning the parade is still unsettled at a late hour on ing to the of ment Commander Martin of General Warner insists that Missouri delegations shall take the head of the line as the special while Illinois first place by virtue of a resolution passed last year at bus giving the senioi department the right of The Illinois contingent insist that they will not march unless their rights are OP There has been a steady inpour of veterans this afternoon and evening and the total number of strangers now in tho city is estimated at from to soiNs or o. Gen. Gov. Hoard and Alger and ad- dressed u rally of Sons of Veterans THE MOTIVE Committed to Hide a Fouler Crime Special to Aug. special from Mount giving further of the Lybarger murder day It ia established beyond doubt that motive for killing his wife was because she had that day obtained that he had en- the day before to criminally assault their own an attractive and well developed 10-year- old SPORTING How They 8tand. Following ia the standing ot the league and association clubs up to Aug. 27. American Now York JW Cleveland 44 g Omaha Ht. Paul .SO 4B City 4.1 St. Joseph DH Milwaukee Mollies 31 .MS M Si 1 St. Loulu 70 U Brooklyn M .DM Baltimore .Ml H 4B Kauai DO P P P Davenport 90 M Ml 50 44 .Ml 41 42 51 Mt IN. THE GREAT CITY BECOMES AN INLAND The Out Mill Ou In lint Cm Neither Lund Nor Meat Cnt The Great Strike BRADLEY CORNER OF WATER AND WILLIAM for the Kid A PLUCKY Hut M HIM The shoe house of Ferriss 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 we would not always have the lion's share of the The fact is that the people know they can get better goods for less money of us than they can get inferior goods for Hence the steady stream of shoe buyers is always toward Ferriss There are a variety of 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 handles 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 other dealers buy their goods in limited tities of that 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 bring to us a constantly increasing We know that other dealers will endeavor to keep up with the procession by selling shoddy goods at the prices we ask for good solid We know that the dealers in shoddy goods will hear from that the very sale of shoddy will drive customers rto We know that we are selling for a much smaller profit than has hitherto been asked for We believe that other dealers cannot compete with We have no old odds and Our stock is ably the our styles and sizes We are sure to please you both in quality and If you have not yet traded with try it. We will save you lit to Di c vnm Aug. the stage which runs between Gogebic on Lake Shore Western road just over tho lino in and was running along at a lively through a dense and when within two miles of the n lone highwayman jumped out in front of pointing two big navy rev at the commanded him to throw up his the same order to the four passengers inside of the with the further provision that they all the loose valuables and One of the passengers went down in his but instead of bringing tip his he clenched a pistol in his hand and began tiling at the Instead of being overcome by the suddenness of his intended victim's the robber returned The driver whipped up his horses into a mad but tho aim of tho highwayman was B. of the national bunk of was shot through tho and another bullet wont through his Another passenger named A. U. of was mortally lie raised up in his seat as the horses were whipped just in time to receive a bullet in his He fell forward and pitched over the side ot the couch into tno The stage continued on the run and the wounded man left to take his with tho Tho villian threatened to kiil but finally desisted after securing 835 and tho victim's watch and Tho wounded miin lay bleeding in the load for three hours before one courageous enough to go to lim was He was taken to Hie hospital at but tho loss of blood HO groat as to blight all hope for lim Physicians say he will not live over wan taken to Ragle River and treated imd from there he taken to his home at Special to At 11, Chicago 11; 4, Chicago 7; Boutin and Hutchison At 4 9, Indianapolis 8; er- 3, Indianapolis 2; and Boyle and umpire At 0010001200 8, Boston 11; er- 3, Boston 3; batteries and Clarkson and and At New New York 15, Washington 8; errors York 1, Washington and Haddock and At St. St. Kansas 5 Louis 6, Kansas City 6; er- Louis 0, Kansas City 3; ies and Conway and At 22, Louisville 12; er- 3, Louisville 8; Duryea and Heoker and Tlie Chicago Special to Aug. 1 mile 1, Eva Wise 2, time Second 1, thol 2, Wrestler 3; time Third 1 Nick 1, Gilford 2, Colgore 3; time Fourth King 1, Buckler 2, Contempt 3; time Fifth mile Cassandra 1, Puente 2, Jack Cocks 3; time Sixth short course Reber 1, King Roxbury 2, Balph 3; time Brighton to Aug. 1, Lancaster 2, Blue to August today is an inland town and promises to remain such for some time to All com- with tho rest of the world by water is completely cut off as though the Thames had dried up and had been turned into a garden The great ships lying at the docks can neither load nor discharge their and the immense ot the greatest commercial city of the world lies at the mercy of men rated at A DOLLAR A Up to today the strikes ot the laborers have been regarded by the don populace without in- but with that languid interest which is felt in affairs which concern other people and not But this is all over and the and its consequences touch every woman and child in this great No meat arrived in London The markets in Mark Lane are paralyzed and maize advanced five shillings a quarter for immediate A FEVER OP Today the city was thrown into a fever of excitement when the coal handlers struck and it was announced that the gas stokers intended to follow suit and leave the city in darkness The electric companies were filled with orders from commercial houses who Bought to avert such a calamity and they have largely increased their So far the gas stokers remain at but there is no telling at what minute they may stop Although the strikes BO far include only a few industries not directly con- with there is scarcely an important trade carried on in London in which there are not loud mutterings of TALK OP FORCING THE There is also talk of compelling ers in all the trades to quit work and force matters to an issue at The strike adds to the number of the The men are as yet quite The shipping business is completely paralyzed and mail steamers are leaving without SUITS AGAINST DOCK Many ship owners have begun suits against the Commercial Dock claiming damages for the detention ot their The claim that the act of parliament ing them a charter precludes the en- forcement of any claims for damages owing to Second Prince Edward 1, Newburg 2, Utility 3; timo Third 1, Monsoon 2, Gardner 3; time Fourth 1% Speedwell 1, Brussels 2, Bonanza 3; time Fifth 1 1-10 Pelham 1, 2, Specialty 3; time Sixth over 2, 2, Wellington 3; 4L IN LOW There are grave doubts as to Inn There were two other passengers on the coach but neither of them were They were William Paddon of Chicago and Robert of tho bank ot Montreal in The party was out on a lishing trip and was com posed of wealthy Tho description of tho robber lies to the letter with that of tho daung freebooter who went through tho Northwestern train Ellis Sheriff Dave of a very determined or a posse of n doxen men and has gone in hot Tho chances of are very A Train Special lo LINCOLN Aug. was re- hero tonight that a construction train was wrecked late Saturday night on tho Burlington Missouri railway near Pine Bridge about 350miles northwest of this Tho train was running backwards when two cars were thrown from the track by a Eleven men were more or less nearly all of the wounds consisting of broken legs and dislocated One or two of the injured men are thought to be in a ous Tho road upon which the accident occurred is the Burlington extension from Lincoln to Black To Aid the to Hear Aug. have finally boon completed whereby the surgeon general can furnish free the sound discs invented by H. A. Wales of to those who are deiving pensions for deafness or ore in the The Erie Cunal N. Aug. The damage by the break in the Erie canal bank at Shelby's is now estimated at over One quarry owner estimates his loss at to the bridges and the Between the break and the lake much land is flooded and bridges swept A steam canal loaded with was caught and wedged across the canal and will ably break in There is danger of the water undermining the New York Control Superintendent Serveas and a of men are trying to stop the A DOUBLE JOINED THE The tinners at a sub- urban have joined the In the district of processions of strikers are marching but up to the present time the men seem to be ably FOUR MILLS SHUT Four of the largest mills in Blackburn have been shut owing to the ness of ANOTHER Was held today between the mana- gers of the docks and the gates but no agreement was Arbitration of their differences was again proposed by the representatives of the but the employers refused to listen to any proposal to submit their case to the hands of third parties for a As a consequence of the dock thousands of tons of mutton are rotting in the ships which have arrived here within the It is being found impossible to Sentenced to Special to Aug. trial of William O'Brien and James members of on the charge ot speaking at a proclaimed meeting at was concluded Mr. O'Brien was sentenced to two months imprisonment and Mr. Gilhooley to six both without hard At expiration of these terms of sentence each must nish bonds to keep the peace for six in the event of their failing so to two months of imprisonment additional is to be imposed upon each by the terms of the O'Brien and Gilhooley were taken from the court room to the Cork jail under military They were loudly cheered by the crowds which had bled all along the route to the have received notice from three of the In the Cronin case asking a separata trial and saying that they would apply for a separate trial on the opening of the this Their I is on flier your honor said Attorney before an argument for a separate to present a motion on behalf of my John Mr. Donahoe then formally asking the court tor an order upon State's Attorney Longenecker to compel the latter to furnish Kunze with the minutes or memoranda ot the mony taken before the grand jury which found the indictment against said or of any testimony which in any way tended to prove the of said or to allow the counsel ot Kunce to examine the testimony ot such nesses before the grand jury whose dence in any way tended to prove the complicity of Kunze in the Cronin The motion also asked that the state's attorney furnish the names ot the witnesses whose testimony tended to the indictment of said Mr. Donahoe then read a long affidavit of his client in which Mr. Kunce recited that he never knew Dr. Cronin during the never heard ot his existence until after bis disappearance on May 1, and that he was entirely in- nocent of any complicity in or edge ot the murder of Dr. ALL This was followed by an affidavit by one of O'Sullivan's attorneys offering the prejudicial character of evidence to be affecting O'Sullivan's in case he should be tried with the other but which would be admissible if he were tried Counsel for Martin Burke also submitted affidavits for a separate trial for the stating that they were similar in character to those pre- sented in the other A similar application was made in behalf of Frank At the request ot the state's attorney the hearing was adjourned in order to give him time to prepare his argument in opposition to the motion for separate AFFIDAVIT closed by asking that his counsel be allowed to see the minutes ot the testi mony before the grand jury on which he was indicted in order that he might prepare his The state's attorney asked that the motions for separate trials be passed upon Counsel for Detective Dan Coughlin then read a long affidavit setting forth what he believed to be the theory of the and saying if lowed and his client were tried with the other it would involve the introduction ot testimony while inapplicable to would nevertheless his Council then read an affidavit by Coughlin asserting his inno cense of any complicity in the Counsel for Patrick O'Sullivan nest read an affidavit by his asserting that certain evidence to be introduced against others of the would be prejudicial to his case and also ing his innocence of the crime THE And the Newest Styles for Autumn Are Coming in. 200 PLUSH SACQUES and Children's ARE NOW 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 as well as our HOSIERY and UNDER- that were bought for cash in large and to which we solicit your early WE MADE AND EARLY PURCHASES OF C Of Every That Will be Found ATTRACTIVE AND We Are Prepared to Show New art Styles li T S Lacc and a Grood Assortment of Oil Etc. LINN Apits for lit Wild Utica Standard Four Dome Furnace SALE BY The Death of Richard II U Life HI tor jr. Aug. A singular case of double life came to light here today with the filing of the papers in a cane against the estate ot Richard In 1854 Combs married Miss Mollie Henges in Cook 111., and the two settled on a farm in the western part of that where they lived until Combe eloped with a Anna and came to Combs and Anna Bunn lived in Wichita as man and moving in the highest society until his death a few weeks Combs in the prepared paint business here and was worth over Recently hie former wife came here and her securing the entire control of the property left by the de- Suit is now brought by Miss Bunn for for she never having been discharged as She has three children ot which Combs was and it she could produce a marriage certificate they would be en titled to THE CRONIN They Demand Separate and SI a to Their Aug. at 10 o'clock there was a slight rustle at the door of Judge McDonnell's private trance and the crowd in ex- as a deputy sheriff entered the room and cleared the way for tho of the prisoners who were to answer to the grave charge of A moment later the door was thrown wide open and the traveler the loquacious the taciturn the remonstrating the silent O'Sullivan and the indignant Kunze entered and took their seats facing the court ond in the order is the business before the this queried Judge as innocently as though he did not expect the Cronin case to be called until some time next WAHT the sWd State's At- v FATALLY A Had Wreck on the 8aata Fe at People Special to 111, August bule train on the Santa Fe ning between Kansas City and met with a serious accident at a small station about fifteen miles north of here at 8 o'clock this The train was heavily loaded with Grand Army veterans and their bound for the Milwaukee and consisted ot several extra By the spreading of the rails three two Pullman sleepers and the dining car were thrown from the track and down a steep a dis- tance of probably forty Word was immediately telegraphed to this city for assistance and a special train was sent at once with a dozen surgeons on The wrecker was also sent out to clear the Those most seriously injured were brought to this city and taken to Mary's where their were properly attended In all there were probably fifty persons and though none were killed the following are in a very dangerous con- THE Mrs. 8. 8. Dickerman of chest and head badly Mrs. little hurt about the back and William B. Fish of serious hood Mrs. Fish of back and arm 8. F. Gould of back and face terribly Mrs. R. R. of formerly of face badly cut and internally Mrs. Edward Andsley of head and back badly bruised and Mrs. George B. Peters of head and face awfully crushed and George Peters of hurt about the chest and also internally in- Mrs. 8. 8. ot badly hurt internally and head and face In addition to these Benjamin of had face out and arm but his injuries an not Others are at hospital and it js feared that several ot them will MORGAN Manufacturers of Copper and Sheet Iron in Street Six Weeks of Hot Have Thirteen and Drap de Etc Coats and vests in worth and Will sell at TO Light Derby worth and f Summer worth A to Aug. schooner Joseph with from bound for was sunk this morning In a collision with the The crew ot WlBe were rescued and landed at Straw Hats at your own OrO JOHN IRWIN'S WHITE FRONT 0.
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