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Herald-Despatch, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1891, Decatur, Illinois il only in MW CATTLE IN BRAZIL Are Cows tii A tho number oi s nt nt it Tim color were LI i 1 mi- j -j j for tlian to of liw i reproduced i I lustration run n 1 11 lustration rim n rT f a at I'll n from Uiv Janeiro Uoti l wni bo- i -i -4 fr -t 7 i i v of tin stil Miy li Been t 0 I 1 it lie j fnr nt 1 i tit U Im wy tc r In- of liulf n f lh butter n 1 1 Which fiv i of T ttQ if i to they w ri ill ti tin II nfr v of breeds ot in tii provinces noi iMil MI cities nf Improvtii two aro T Itm beat foe uru li i In ft y I mil rows II U ol milk I ono U> one Otl in per Thf of nt tuw 8 of At f it it that ftl the i Uni too tip liart ol tiou ii it Iho popular of lu at Uic of hn tihu lively it evident a tinio country will all wheat t tnd or These in tlie fuco l tie ol erery Iliirnl V Cu to explain lo A lay if any at nil anil iv fut Bolt fil n everybody but tn of in leavening v yte 5 PURE -a V the Standard Baking i Has larger use iij ii Hi I king S Tlie Royal is cf I f wii if nf AKl Of In our it I he ii j u IJK li 1 tbe one o Powder is its pure is perfectly or substance V powders that require larger Royal to hold an equal idence of their adulteration XIV DECATUR ILL SATURDAY NOVEMBER NO 11 BOLD TRAIN ROBBERS St Fanl Hold Up HEAR WESTERN UNION JUNCTION WIS u to Fates Into ihu Cnr of iho Booty of Little to An v An i St by u tuil rn 1 und tilt und Tho inn nol I II it It WHS in l on Tins 1 i tn 1 1 or hix IL til until IHu 111 mill a milo o Tin lmx liu wiis oil turning thu u ritU in the it tit tin WUM to and c mi Lilt lin by thu tlir iv wli LO F t the tun re hell in single j fin it Hut und it n I Hi's window wus to optn thu r A nf bu it in the vy running thu side cur it IK built in two IA in door and i nf tin mid Lin nnd tin into cr uml Ills by Mi it would I thu to thu Thu hull of Ihr cm into Hit ihc and inn ut Lliu point n t-i llm mi- 1 tin with tin who stood him look of uml to tiny Uiv nr Hint t to thu of i nt UHI tin in it at tho tv short r u of huK mi -in lo on in thin uity at it tn unbuilt I'm nts nir with ti tlm mid not in their mill from in I ot- of Urn nnd nit em- h si lly for i n to thu lull of nud und to nut und 111 inul us as possible sent to Ihn oE thu y on thu city forcus nnd the ours lu tin cur wure tind thu inul in nod tin fni on i1 nnd to tho on t u bit jo of worn ioto thu of put ot uiiiuns turn nnd into into and n huw liu with Indus lu liia Hindu in w ily IK thuru aro a W of i thu cur have y Tho report thot ho bj tile robbers is j lion ns of In nir the 1 cur Tho report llw one far tlie is by Agent to thu Mr inn tin amount by It is very small This ho by tip the gut's It is ascertained from railroad men that tho safes of the Adams Express Co were in tho car on route for whore they ere turned over to messengers The Fire Marino Insurance bonk had a ecu led safe on tho train which camo through alt right and was delivered this About ages aro received from here daily and there were somo thirty of those on the train that was but they wore not in and were therefore not molested It is now learned that the two sates thrown tho train were They were provided with combination louks and OUR a through safe for Milwaukee and the other for lis They picked np by a freight train and carried toward Chicago until a train was met to which they wero transferred broil glit to this city The only plunder the robbers secured was contained in ia us themcs- private of which ho riod the key lie deposits money tip at stations tho roAtt and at times has a few with him when he Chicago There are often limos when this safo comes through to Milwaukee empty as the midnight only stops three times cities There was u light fiill of snow at Western Union junction and in the light covering which was ered thu trucks of six me a leading from the of the Two wore going toward cine two In ward Milwaukee and two toward This that the robbery their job and dividing the they Thore Is a report two valuably coats aro missing from tho express mutter in tho but doos not show on tho checking the whole is some of it in a very A Oune el Train In Alabama Nov Col- Ala at 1 n in n pans of whilo limn dressed cap- tho station nml lay in for No 1 of tho line tor thu of nnd it rove the away As train in four of tho robbers and attempted to board ib The und on the ping who to woods One who was wounded captured cora ure now scouring tho country for tho remainder Tho prisoner is un known It Mnr ba Ex tori do i to tne Want NOV Of ngo nnd which Him Costu und oilier countries may possibly bo extended lo the tbo u bo ut to be commenced with thu country put a now und interesting Sir represent in the negotiations and till in the West In- dies except nnd has already arrived in Washington Within u or two commissioners will micli liere from the Islands then tlie trio of hold formal with tho dupar line lit in tho preliminaries will be cir The of tbo Me Kinley said Sir to n ro- the power to re impose the duties on sugar coffee bides etc when imported from any country which from the United imports ot or other products ho may deem to bo unequal and My ia la to to the and of stato that the West Indies don't upon imports from thw States duties tinit nru when compared with the tariff imposed upon imports from other countries In other words we will give to articles importer by ns from tho United States tuc privileges that wo nf ford to goods oven imported from Great Britain What will happen if no ia readied nud tlie duties hero are imposed V Wo will send nil our augur to thi Kingdom whore wo will find t for it At send all of it to the United States except the sugar ia n fancy grade nnd which goos to England havo no lu saying that like to our trado will this country THE New In Bt Next Tasr Nov finished its business and adjourned tc meet in St Louis the day in November Rolls Wells of St Louis was elected pres dent for the new Gen J 1 Robinson ol Lexington Ky president B C o Latonia club secretary tho and O L Bradley urer by The following was adopted ot will co-op uny racing in pro j racing 1 In Its scop OOld LoSDON Nov Caen premier of Cape Colony cabins from Capetown that some exceedingly ric Told reefs have been discovered nea Fort South A BRAZILIAN AFFAIRS Alleged Reasons for the of Bio Grande Do SuL DETERMINED TO CRUSH IT m pot tan I Disjunct Received by Mandonca at ily to Deny tha Spread Through Europa of Rio Grinds Do LONBOM NOT from Rto rande do Sul give the reasons for tho of that province Ooe is that wing to the distance of tlie province rom Bio Janeiro Its interests cto not attract the attention they deserve A no tb or is that tho stato prefers to itself and docs not agree with he general policy affairs at tho north Dn is all rumors to lio contrary now standing in atly good and to a It is ported that i la positive to put down iu the anil to employ il keed be every able-bodied man within of his authority Tlie exception fruin military bu bused in Hereafter rieh and poor will have to their turns iu ho array is being rapidly army is han It was under Itic and tint navy has tileo been Is every I li ore lore of a Hio lo Sul persist in its deten to jo code by tho Mm later Nov 13 tho minister lias ro the following is government in to tlm sitna ion in 11 1 o i no tc in tu roa to ration el mid of a lilo ilu Ja tun con In t Uy t nil tlK Imt h no n tlx n fen L to Hie of us n nnd old tu con lu the IA cml ilk u lliu ta nut unit thu Jn with they lliu ratlin ts to itrn Liy thu Soldi sro the Dictator LoNDOff Nov 1 3 Brazilian rams stata that in cities tho garrisons have Da The total jor of soldiers against tho dictator is about THK on Kansas City Boad M Xa ST Nov to tho Ia says train No 1 on Uic Kansas City which loft Chicago at tj o'clock day due in St Paul at a the track two miles north of that place on tho foot dump nt m left the track first nnd pulled the rear track of the tender with It Tho baggage first las couches wore thrown on their sides down on the north sido embankment The three sleeping cars also left the track and trucks were around but tho cars wore not overturned The track was torn up by the derailment and six coach lengths of it had to be relaid It required seven hours the track which the was made up and again started Paul The cause of the has not been ascertained Engineer he was running at n speed of about miles per hour at tho time and he made a good stop No gers were injured und many of those in tho sleeping oars wore not awakened Mora Storms In MAD HID Nov gales and excessive rains are again prevalent throughout Spain and aro once more causing an immense amount of damage communication Is inter- on all sides and further death and destruction from tiie floods are anticipated On thu northern and ern coasts the storm is cape e tally severe are reported but no details can be obtained at ent TELEGRAPHIC eialer had an In tho The World's la In In Bos to a Wolcott Teller of Colorado have Jos or ted the silver t on the Steward Caatt- Nov Times com- upon the case says U is not apparent why the owners of the Wayward IMS deprived of the remedy they claim because the United States has agreed to arbitration The Times adds that when the controversy conies before the arbitrators it ia clear Mr will havo a case which it will not be an easy matter for him to establish Pit 98 at Hankow China SAM Nov Advices from China say that houses were destroyed by a bip fire in Hankow OD October 8 Thirteen thousand people aro made homeless and it is thought that a number of lost in the Another are at the same place only two days after first one destroyed 300 other dwellings A Arranged LOSDON Nov 13 A compromise has been arranged in the suit growing out tho probate of the will of Mrs Wood the Mrs Getting Restive Tinder the Sultan's Iron Rule Jotin Kelson n was dangerously an la at Louis John Rice wna killed by ft In at Mary of St Leu is nor B Broom U> pnt up the price ot nil at brooms titty cents a tt tho oily hull Ktw York w tan lug ute on I lie Bui t thio In Bt Donla wma eat lal no lor man hail been out L John T Hoard of at tho Na ut Mo Mm mi liar I up iu lila roo iu nt tna Ac n found In a lliu ot a mail walled up by 8 pan birds Four WUTH killed ahd a Ion on thu Toun Cloud of been oft by An explosion ot twenty ut powder at did aot tbe it an Tho In tor oat In tho chances of uro said to bo Tae St Louis has Indicted und lu tho Hirst John Is now obtained uhd used ol Bout Lorn u York nnd en Jilt buva with tde board of to Lik Yost lu In mid At Insane lamy tf 11 hlu Ibo been tlie delont t r ti tti d Its to IV A who hi Luek oT huud und Klin durno tWO for dcr 111 the ut Li Henry in murder at two old in J u was run by u thu Missouri ut und ino atul one llu will dlo Ills tho to tbo merit nt will amount lo do Claras bis inimcenco the blame on Clerk In circles at ibu ot to stir np jl between die Uni tod and mid of u uro second an convention Owen ran ot Now Tfork oJ New York us 11 ro nil ins south ot Lincoln Is In jail at his own request Ho killed in a book agent iO tried to pay lor a book hEii bongUt Mrs Lively Insane nt Tex cut her throat a than to tbu would otter arriving out- the throne Trio duties by tbe wrecked States Despatch LI will tie tod to the L'nl toil States ate in nor from thu China station The I eon tested lieu ton suit at Una to un ond Mrs hor of two Daniel cm aged 61 with to start her out In Mr 0 II a man of polls tried to make a quarrel lie bad with ono oC his dorks J W Ulan by hof Sue told her I who la now foi and Tho and of are with neglected Italian opera ut the Auditorium to tho opun ot tUu combined show A merle un and Dairy ting Scoretary ot War Grant eays baa been no correspondence between the department and tbe governor ot Ten Im to aid by the hi ease the trouble with tlie miners Jn Bee becomes serious Tito Industry fn lina become ao depressed and the demand for steel has been ao lessened It is reported masters in that have been executed The fl bulletin ing the population Ohio by minor civil Tire cl tho state in was In 1880 Ot the la the state twan tp eight allow most ot them Blight Throe life made their escape Iroin the Wisconsin penitentiary et through a tunnel dug under tlie buildings Into the that must have tahon years to dta as it through stone Tim Stagg and Frank ABDUCTION He Could Not Get Hia Hooey N Y Nov A of has been arrested here charged with tion An officer arrived from Tille Wednesday says Barnes has been married six times and hns three wives living Two years ago he was married to Miss Fenton daugh ter of Eev Mr Fenton of New York city The couple moved to Rouni Lake K Y and and his wife separated soon after a child was born to them Mrs had some money left her by her father which Barnes endeavored lo pet control of F in thia Barnes on tbe evening of Octo ber 22 last stole the child He bat the child In this city tiers are searching for iU A Invest man t NEW Nov is that tbe Vender bills Lave bought 810 worth of Manhattan stock from Gould and that they tvil taka an active Interest in the property It is stated that this interest wil prevent the of f FOREIGN GLEANINGS MORMON IN RUSSIA Tha Ex-King ol Important Insurance Case A Dots Great sge in Undar tho Rule Nov an has ordered the strengthening of he military forces in Tripoli the only African province still the actual sovereignty of he porte Tbe it Is said lave been considerably in heir by stories of he of Tunis Tinder Trench and Egypt under English and the symptoms of discontent linve ot became to the tyran- pasha o put down discontent by tho Infliction of barbarous punishments nnd it is no uncommon in tho capital to see dozen poor wretches impaled in lie market These horrors havo only served to excite the popular ng in a still higher degree Turkish rule is in real danger and the ance of a fleet would doubtless followed by an overwhelming rection the sultan's authority in ST Kov of tho nce of aro dealing with a new evil in the of un invasion of Mormon missionaries from America are conducting an among the poor peasants who ire induced by LO believe any story about tho promised at a away from Russia Tlie Mormons invariably select for families that have several girls They describe their home in America us a land flowing with milk and honey and just place for tlie starving tints The latter arc led to part with little holdings itt any price undertake a journey for America The authorities arc at last aroused to tho determination to put down Mormon ism in Samara and tba missionaries will have to seek pastures new Thu Profligate of VIENNA Nov Milan is to receive an additional francs from ns part ol the for hid compliance in living awny from Servin The ex-king has ao desire to return having tasted the delights of Purls where he loading a most ex- life having run out of a million francs a few months Be Is known on one occasion to havo given a diamond ring worth tones to a favorite artist Aa Cane DUD LIN Nov 13 The suit of J tuce Jameson of Dublin the distiller against the Equitable Life Assurance society of New York has been decided Mr J ft meson sued to premium paid on a policy for in the company He claimed that the agent secured his taking out a policy by representing that he would be made a member of the London board of directors of the company This promise was not carried out setup the defense that the agent out the authority from tlie home office anil had no right to maku such ises The matter was settled in court by tho Equitable agreeing to to Mr Jameson tho amount of premiums paid and to reimburse him for counsel fees Mr Jameson on tbe other hand agreeing not to press the charge ther A Cyclone In Nov -A cyclone swept over Belgium Wednesday The wind blew from tlie southeast of France in the direction of England at a terrible speed Great dam aye has been done Many trees were uprooted in tho parks of this city In the liois Do Le Cambre several newspaper stalls col- lapsed The roofs of the Cercio estique et Litteraire and of tho Nobel Continental were blown off Several street accidents occurred and four sons were severely injured Reports from various point show that the gale has done considerable damage in the provinces The Storm on LONDON 12 The storm is less severe but prevails to a considerable extent in Ireland and much damage is reported al A fishing smack has been wrecked oft the Isle Thanet after four of her crew were swept overboard and The Southport U still missing The boat put out from tbat place Wednesday to try and reach a vessel in distress It U feared that she is los and that her crew were drowned An Allowed Revolutionary In Ac NOT A dispatch from Paris announces tbat rumors la ting in the French capital ing an alleged revolutionary attempt at Athens to overthrow the dynasty King George No confirmation the report has been received and the whole affair is said at the foreign of flee to have originated with a sensa- tional news agency Hit Load Too Heavy ST PETERSBURG Nov It is re ported that the minister of finance H is from nerv qua prostration owing to the about the Russian loan and tbe famine and he will Silt Block WYOMING N NOT tal salt block at Salt dale the salt block ia the Wyoming field was burned together with the post office and telegraph office Loss partly CLEVELAND AND HOME Will In Memory ot YORZ NOT of arrangement for the proposal memorial meeting At the of music on November met Wednesday night Reports from sub- committees showed tbat the success of ho affair was assured Among the ers received was the following from ex-President No 816 Mad avenue WOT U> Chairman mn fn tbe ot homo rule and nave not appreciate the In the ot the mtb you to For ought lo accomplish tor tie to honored bj all those who bavo and representative government and hod til sir so completely la patriotism and hia lovo lor bis countrymen irap ao bnd tbat and duo Co tho orv of m patriot bo Tiro Influence ot example not to bo Lost upon tike up lila work to be ao nil Uld aad Vory truly CLEVELAND A Fire In London LONDON fire occurred In a large timber yard ia the tenement district in the East End and spread to a number of dwellings Over 100 lies were rendered homeless and a infant died from exposure after being removed to the street In an Frams of Mind YORK league are still in session day It is understood that nothing has decided but that a spirit of to meet the association hall way in measures of mutual benefit il evinced Con v Nov three prisoners who escaped from the Elate prison have been recaptured by two men named and The convicts made no resistance and were back at once A Bend NOT Lady Jo wager marchioness oi Westminster youngest daughter of the duke of Sutherland died to-day Cloudy River News G fuel 11 laches f 2 teat rising und cool LOUIS rising t loot 7 Inches In 1 feet 3 ou alia 6 faat 3 at foot of Clear niTer i foot t Clear MARKET 11 Grain and ST Fancy to No 3 red Futures Olo nj December to a Corn 1 No a o November 410 Tear May b Oats No 2 Bo mixed 7 00 a 5.00 clear 1 1 mot by Jlc Prime Standard aborts 1 253 7 300 cloar ribs all packed Choice KBW superfine One city mill citru for West 2 winter bor December January February No 2 mixed January February i Tash Da comber January New mess ry Wester a Wei tern year Hay May try 1 December b May b time December year b Maj 19.50 ber Short Flonr Provision Lire BlocK a j shipping H Wd Tor ten at Iambi 04 HOUSES Heavy draft M good 66 00 to 12001 to extra 130 00 to IM to Hit VI to ioo 40000 Southern horses anU 60 00 to loo 00 hands extra itol sum to 11009 194 mulls jema 130 M to 00 bun low to DODO to banJi years 110 Do to JtW nod all choice mixed pigs nnd Cotton for middling as follows 6t New me Or Jeans v NEW TORE Nov loaned per cant Ei 411 let posted actual for and for currency M 111 bid opopon It r mist wed bid The dealings OIL macii Brail itr to-day Ibaa during tba two houra Vp to tanly of total mada op of It Paul gai prices only of last but tarty trading developed firm toni and rt k on tbe general I til ud 1 per cent for coal Til market dull and ol the T list fall nrom but M noon baa ot oven Ing oil Ibe feature of and Al UtU tiff THE for train S Quarto LESSON TOH IBM ever to ma for 00 of tbo prayer He is ever making lata A following lie tut Icoon upper room m OVER The ine hour o of BlJ TnJ manifest Bis glory by Hit a by raising from md placing Hun at Toy right band la Tny Son Ute and redemption ta Christ OoM ova and are Hia 1017 Eternal lite begun but which forever Tuts If tlM eternal tbat they might know bv by nature See Heb iv of nature and ML: All Mine ace God and Christ are 1 may be not Dot oneness ef but tie and love tbe unity of a with one We one root bnt tae rt many hare the aame spiritual life thW same leader the tae same mutual love 13 That tbe Scripture Ps Be did it was in the rat Then he fell it was seen had 14 lot of tbe but are under a different life IS not Thou tahe of tbe Uc not bava Him yet not would He have them escape from the acting tempting I to represent they veto 3 They van needed in tlie world to do Christ's mork to carry oa kingdom to success 3 They needed to mala in tho world for their own discipline aad of character Keep them from theL evilt tbe evil Is not chiefly nor re- proach nor poverty nor misfortune nor but sin and the less U to pervade all these t nines to the prayer of Solomon at the dedication of the temple this is the longest prajer tn the Bible It brought that tender interview in the upper chamber to a close After the of the prayer the Master went forth with Ilia disciples to the Garden of This prayer except verses SO 31 applies first to the apostles and in a secondary manner to all In this prayer there are petitions offered by which well claim our special attention 1 Jesus that His disciples ay ho kept Holy Father keep those whom Thou hast given Me verso Jesus full well the dangers tations and persecutions to which they were to be exposed Hi longed their spiritual safety and hence prayer or their Continued preservation 3 Jesus prays that they may bo sane tit ed Sanctify them through Thy truth Thy word U truth To sanctify means to make holy Master knew well that His tles were only frail disciples as who needed much grace in order to their duties as apostles There still a great deal of about them us was made manifest night in the Garden of c they all forsook Him and fled S Jesus prays that they may be- uni- fied That they may be one as Wo arc verse There was danger that when He left them they split np into antagonistic parties that tbat very evening at the table of the Lord's Supper they had shown my spirit of emulation and which He Himself had hardly been to suppress Imagine then what they would do were the same spirit to mato them after He had left They would simply break in pieces in their vehement advocacy of their claims Ia this way all toft work Jesus canto down Heaven to do and for which He gavai Db life would be frustrated Now can see in a measure how wisely prayed for Ilia disciples and bow Im- portant for them and for the world Itu waf that they should ba HKO verse 20 the prayer of the Master ulens out and takes in all the world N either pray I for these alone bat lor the a shall believe on thro their Among this we Each believer in this day because of word or mony et these apostles And so each believer may be comforted by the fact that evea when Jesus prayed for him 1 need to be kept A son starts well and gives good of usefulness yet this promise Is never Not that starts that to the end is the one who Is to be saved But U we put in the hands of Jesus and rest there He will us eafe for He is able to that which we commit to His charge that dap 2 We be or holy How much we all meed this wPi be apparent as soon aa we compare selvea with God's law His holy standard of- living shalt thy as Christ Let anyone measure by and he will not lony boast of his excellence ot character 3 We need to be unified has been and much shame has rwen upon the of Christ by the dissensions ot church members A what a hideous yet alas frequent A quarreling A li ever there is joy In hell row ID Heaven it muat come from Eev A P flert D D t things which Jesus for In oar behalf are tbe ones we should most earnestly seek 3 We are Christ's representatives Ott earth and should carry on Hta work tn His way 8 The true Christian's place la tn world but kept from itt eviL f Being sanctified by the troth tn study much the Word by sanctified B Those who work fer with Him and ot
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