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Decatur Daily Despatch, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1889, Decatur, Illinois Tlinn. If you believe Hi A! Dacalur ought to hnvo a Republican morning dally news- paper, lubmorlbe at once for The Oeipati I.. and have It delivered at your ho.ne for tun centi a week. VOLUME I. Now time ttwt DECATUR, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1889. NUMBER 14. PRICES FOR BRADLEY BROS. 0 Fancy Parasols, ro- tliu-ctl to Each. One Lot of soino SO Para- sols, worth from to .S4.OO, marked nown to Each. t O Pieces of Fsniej CuHain Scrims, at lOc Per Yard. Olio Case of Ljnvns at 3c Per Yard. Olio of Suliiios, Stjlos, at 8c Per Yard. Ono C'aso of Choico Now Patterns in Challios, at 6 I-4c Per Yard. 25OO Yards of Fancy French Sa lines, Stylos, reduced to 25c Per Yard. French Flannels for Ladles' and Misses' Blouse Waists at 25c Per Yard. Ladies' Flannel Blouse Waists, all now Stylos, at S1.75, cM of liuliu Silks, d from 85e to 69c a Yard. FanntU'i-oy JiUC'HINtt, in Silk, IJsso anil Law. COLLARS iiiid 4TFFS. SO Silk XiM-k- IM-S. Satin LiiuMl, reduced lo 25c Each. FLANNEL SHIRTS, at and Each. Silk ami Wool Shirts, at Each. BRADLEY BROS., Corner of Water and William Streets. Agents for the Jouvin Kid Gloves. S. M. LUTZ, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN PIANOS, ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE! Ivers Pond Pianos. HO sold to tlio New ICnjjIiind Con- M'Miitutj of MIIHIC. the Largest MUSIC SCHOOL fii the AVoild. A housed by 100 other litcriirv anil iiitmritl institulions in tin1 L'li'idl Stiitcs. With the now "S anil lieiir in to ronvini fil. Needs no introduction. It sings its own praise in 500 homes in Macon County. Over loo'.old in Christian County. It is the Handsomest and Svvcetesl Toned Organ made. Old Instruments taken in trade. Terms easy. Prices reasonable. S. M. LUTZ, 111% Illinois. "THE DESPATCH." Published Every Morning Except Monday. in Dccatur. d lo occupy tlio liold ol a Morning Daily liopiiblicun I'apoi'. Tlio only in Douatur tlmt rocoives Subscribe for it now. Sent by mail, postage prepaid, to any address for 10 cents pel week, or delivered at your home by car- wherever ten or more subscribers secured.'Weekly, pel IHE HAYTl REASONS ASSIGNED FOR ITS AP- POINTMENT. V Strung I'roliahlllly Unit itn ICxtrn of will bti C.ill.ul Early In Oelo- WiiMliliiKton NIIWH. WASHINGTON, July may be in explanation of tho appointment ot ,ho commission lo Hayti, has como to ighl. Shortly boforo tho late, Presi- lent Solomon, of Hayti, died, 10 made a formal proposition o President Cleveland to give the Jnitod States the absolute right to the inrbor of St. Nicholas Mole for a naval ,lalion. This was done in the hope if settling any difference between his and tho United States, 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 basis, 'resident Solomon died soon after and his delayed action. When Blaine took charge of foreign affairs, it is said, he was favorably impressed with the imposition and a commission o curry out President Solomon's plans, fajti is closely allied with the 'uuaiuii and Nicaragua canals and tho iiipremacy of the United Stales ,here would olfocluslly assist us, it is bought, in a commercial way. THF hXTKA SKSSION. Tho Hon. Nathan Frank, repreuenta- iivo from tho ninth Missouri district, vas among the president's visitors today. interview with Mr. Harrison, Prank expressed the conviction hat there would bo an extra session of Jongresa called, probably in October. that the dato of the extra ession depend upon tho result of he election in the new states." Said Mr. Frank: "If those states end a strong republican delegation o congress as is expected, the iresident will probably issue a procla- lation admitting them to the union 3ct. 15, and call an extra ssssion of Jonjjfress for the latter part of October, the lirst ot November. If, however, ui Hhould be disappointed in the result tho elections, I think Congress will >o called togothor early in October. I lo not spouk with any.authority, but hat is my judgment." The Will lie Avenged. iwnil to DKSPVKJII. July is said at lie state department that Secretary Maine and Minister Reid have by no loans resolved to drop the case of the hroo American ladies who are al- jgod to have been unlawfully im- risonod by ollicials at Monte, Franco. Minister Hold has tho matter in hand t present and his last advices to the tate department wore that he had gath- red all his material for proceeding to also action in the case with the excep- ion of securing tho affidavits of lie throe Indies. Tho state epartment will take action on lie case when tho affidavits of the idles are received. A VKNSKXN f'l.CKK ItOUNChD. Joseph C. Squires of Pennsylvania, an 18W) clerk in tho pension otlice, in harge of tho records of the medical mining board, has been dismissed, 'his aclion is based on the same ausos that occimionod other changes ccontly made in the medical division. Jonimiwionor Tanner considered that 10 much liberality had been shown in o iiitiriK pensions. All such cases ure A held up and action upon them is impended fur the present. It is ex- >ccted that the Secretary of the In- orior will soon make u ruling defining ho policy that is to be pursued in uch cases. AMICABLY SETTLED. Itupiibllrnn in Virginia t'onitt to a llariiionloiiH Agreement. Special to UEOATDB DESPATCH. WASHINGTON, July 10.--The confer- nces which hove been going on here or the past three days between Chair- nan Quay, Messrs. Clarkson, Dud- oy, FoBHendon and Hobart, of the topnbliunn National Committee and Mahone and anti-Mahone Virginia republicans, with a view to harmonizing he troubles of the republican party in ,hat state, ended to-day. Messrs. :tiady and Gronor of tho anti- Vluhone element first submitted to in arbitration and pledged themselves ,o abide by tho decision of the national ;ommitteoinon, anJ the Mahone side showed u similar desire to reach xinity ,ii rough the aid of tho national com- mittee. Today a conclusion was reached the national committee approving tlie call for a state convention to bo held at Noifnlk on the 22d of August, said call to bo issued by General Mahone, as chairman of the regular committee. Mr. Brady, on behalf of tho unti-Mahone element, concurred in this action of the committee. DECATUR TAKES THEJPRIZE. The Frenchman From Cork Carrion oft" llotiorii at tlio National C'onven lion. iwciiil to DKUATDH VKHrA'rcni. CHICAGO, 111., July Venle, of Decutur, who styles himself the "French Cutter from won lirst prize as champion cloth carver of the National Custom Foremen Tailor's con- vention which has been in session this week. Tho committee on award in the coalcutters' contest to-day awarded him tho tirst prixo, and Ed Quivet, of Chi- HE WANTS TO STAY. Iliirkn'd to VliroroiM- ly lUmlut KxtradlUun. Hpooial to DEOATOH DKHPATOH. WIMMBPRO, Man., July The attor. neys for Martin Burke, the Cronin BUB- pect, arc preparing their appeal from the decision of Judge Bain to a full court An application for a writ of corpus will ibring the matter up within a few i _ A- ?i'.'j ll ibring i A PLUCKY PEDDLER. KlIlH n Hnimi of Who III- tencl.nl to Koli Him. MoNTBKAr, July peddler from Montreal arrived at St. Cuthbert Tues- day night nnd wont to stay at a friend's use, but found that all but a daughter, Aged 15, had gone to the city. During -ho night the girl was aroused by a mocking at tho door. She went to window and saw two masked men, who demanded her money. She iwoko the peddler and told him, and he landed her his pocketbook to give tho robbers. The latter said that this was not enough nnd the girl again returned ;o tho peddler, who said he would nttond to the mutter himself. Tak- ing n revolver from his valise lie went to the window and shot both men dead. The girl ran to a neighbor's house and told what had happened, when the woman exclaimed that it was ler husband and son that had been filled. They had intended robbing the peddler. SPORTING EVENTS. lluHeuall J uly 10. itxnal tu UKGATUR DKSPATOII, At Boston ..........3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 G Chicago..........100G2301 Hits Boston 7, Chicago 13; Boston 5, Chicago i; xmrne and Bennett, Ttmer and Farrell; At Now York New York. ..A 8 Indianapolis. Hits- New York, 11; Indianapolis, 11; York, 7; Indianapolis, 2; jatteries -Crane andEwing.Getzinennd Buck; At The Pittsbnrg game was postponed on account of rain. At Washington Washington, 5; Cleveland, Called end of 4th inning, ruin. Tho American Association clubs did not play Till! I KareH. lorinl to UEOATDB DEHPATCU. CIIICAUO, July race, mile, Ijixnie Fonee, 1; Cecil B, 2; Irene II, 3; jimo Second mile, Lena, 1; Mt. Lebanon, 2; Flambeau, 3; timo Third mile, Catalpa, 1; Ilavil- lah, 3; time 1.20. Fourth mile; Florence E, 1; Cams, 2; Andra, 3; timo Fifth Dearborn handicaps, miles, Hindoocraft, 1; Castaway, 2; Janymede, 3; time Sixth race, mile heat, Dad 1, Lioderkrnnz 2, John Reber 3; ,ime, Second cruny, 2, Arundel 3; time, Seventh race, 11-1C Ange- fts 1, Queen of Trumps 2, Harry Glenn time, 4-5. Brighton Ilnarh Kacon. ipeciol if} DECATUB DESPATCH. BRIGHTON BEACH, June track was in tine shape today, the racing good nnd exciting nnd the attendance large. ?iret race, 1, Princo Howard 2, King William 3; time, Second race, selling 1, Dalesman 2, Long Jack 3; time, Third race, ono Tray 1, En- durer 2, King Crab 3; timo, Fourth race, Montauk handicap, Brian Borou 1, Tenbookor 2, [jolegas 3; time Fifth rare, ono 1, ?oriclos 1, Theora 3; timo LONDON, July Wimbledon to- lay, in the shooting for the Minot m the Steward contest, seven shots at yards, the Americans did some good shooting, Farrow making 11 score of 33 out of a possible 35. Eades, Sergeant Bull, Doyle and Hin- nmn made 32 each and Johnston, Mer- rill and Bumstead 31 each. AN AMALGAMATION. Tim Saclillo anil HarnettH Makcrx Join tlie Federation of Labor. Special to DECATBR DESPATCH. Cint'AOo, July convention of the National Association of Saddle nnd Harness Makers of America, after a three days debate on the queston, re- solved today to join the American Feder- ation of Labor. This move will throw tho entire national association with all its oineniblies and an organized member- ship of five thousand into the ranks of tho federation. By the terms of its amalgamation with tho fed- eration, the association retains its own jurisdiction over all local ques- tions relating to saddles and harness, but it joins with the federation of labor on the eight-hour movement, and will immediately issue orders to all of its local assemblies to prepare lo demand an eighl-honr day on May Special to DEOATUR DESPATCH. NKW YORK, 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 week, 202 the week previous to hist and 228 for the corresponding week of last year. _ ______ A Daring Murder luul llolilmry. Hpecial tu DEOATOB DXHPATUH. TACOMA, W. July C. Grant and David Latten (alias R. Column) came here from Spokane Falls last night and occupied tho same room. Grant bad in his possession. During the night Lntten arose and shot Orant three times. Latten then went down town and returned and took the money and drove away in a carriage. An JSxiwiMlve Fire. Hpoclal to UBGATDB DIMPATUU. BBOOKWAY, Pa., July thin morning burned the Eagle Valley tan- nery, together with five hundred oords of oak bark. John an employe, waa burned to death. Andrew1 Striker, John Westerline, John Bargenon, John Fisher and George Smith were burned, and aeveral other, burned. The if fully iniured. Another Woman Slain In White- cuapol By "Jack the Ripper." THE MURDERER CAUGHT AND JAILED. The lllniMly Knife With Which Mm Attro- rloim Were C'uniiiiltled IIIH riiliftwiutM HIM
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