Decatur Daily Despatch, January 7, 1890

Decatur Daily Despatch

January 07, 1890

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Decatur Daily Despatch, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1890, Decatur, Illinois THE BECATUK DESPATCH IS The People's Paper, HENCE ITS UR6E CIRCULATION, MORE PEOPLE BEAD THE DESPATCH Thu Aiy Othir Pipir in Oeeitir. VOLUME II. DECATTJR, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1890. NUMBER 6. Great Stock-Taking Sale! yards of Wool Filled Dress Goods at yards of Twilled Cashmeres at loc yard. yards of Double F6ld Cashmeres at a yard. yards of Double Width Cloth Suitings at IQC a yard. 36-inch Plaid Cloth Suitings at IQC a yard. 50 pieces Plain and Brocade Velvet at 250 a yaid. 25 pieces of Broadcloth, were a yard, cut to 8sc a yard. 20 pieces of French Broadcloth, were now a yard. 50 pieces of Black and Colored Brocade and Striped Silk Velvet, woven patterns, marked down to a yard. Boxes of Unbleached Canton Flannels at 4C a yard. Boxes of Canton Flannels at sc a yard. Extra Heavy Canton Flannels at 70 a yard. of Bleached Muslin, 36 inches wide, at a yard. Bales of 36-inch Brown Muslin, good weight, at 50 a yard. One box of Apron Ginghams at 4c a yard One box of regular 8c Ginghams at sc a yard. 200 pieces of best Dress Ginghams at a yard. 2 Cases of Turkey Red Damask at IQC a yard. 2 boxes of Calicoes at 4C a yard, i case of choice colors in Calicoes at sc a yard. r- 200 Pairs Ail-Wool Red Blankets The Original price and per pair. All put in one lot at per pair. We claim this the BIGGEST BARGAIN ever offered in Blankets IIV THIS OITY. 100 Bed Comforts, original price and put in at each. 23 dozen Ladies' All-Wool Scarlet Vests and Pants, were marked down to jsc each. 25 dozen Ladies' Grey Wool Vests and Pants, were now 75c. i case Ladies' Heavy Cotton Vests at 25c each. 50 dozen Ladies' Colored and Black Wool Hose at IQC a pair. 30 Men's Grey and Red Mixed All-Wool Shirts and Drawers, were i.oo and 1.25, marked to close out at ?5c each. dozen Men's Camel s 1 iair Shirts and Drawers, now each. Plush Jackets at were 12.00. Plush Jackets at were I 5.00. Plush Sacques at I 2-95, were I 8.00. Plush Sacques at 14.90, were Plush Sacques at I 7.50, were Plush Sacques at were Ladies' English Walking Coats worth for Ladies'English Walking Coats worth English Walking Jackets -worth for English Walking Jackets worth for Ladies' Cloth Newmarkets for were Ladies' Cloth Newmarkets for were One lot of Fine Beaver Newmarkets for were and One Lot of Misses Garments at original price 7 and One lot of Children's Cloaks at to each, or a trifle less than half price. These Goods Will all be on Sale Monday Following Days ------.A T- BRADLEY BROS. New "York Store, [lam Sts. THOUSANDS ARE ILL. La Grippe Still Creates Havoc OB Both Bidea of the Atlantic. u gufferei In Milwau- kee to Kill of the In the Mo- hawk Enil of th. Four gMuon of PatM ana TumnKHii at Rwwlpts MORTALITY IN NEW YORK ANDBOSIOB AIiAHM IN NEW YORK NEW YORK, Jun 0 lecord at leaths for the last week, piopurod by he sanitary bureau of the health toard, exhibits a frightful increase of mortality from pneumonia, bionchitis, >hthisis, and heart diseases, as well as 'rom Influenza More than thirty-nine tut of every people in New York City perished this week, mak- ng a giand total of registered leaths exceeding against 708 the preceding week In Newark the city mail delivery is >adly delayed because so many carriers are attacked by influenza Extia car- riers have been put on. Newburg, it s stated, has victims Several >ost-oftlco employes have the influenza, ind all the newspaper offices are short- landed on account of the malady. Phy- sicians say that nine-tenths of the oases on their lists are those of persons suf- !erlng with the prevailing disease. MILWAUMF, Jan. 6 influenza ias taken a firm grip on Milwaukee. Stoat least three or four days men and women on every side and in every walk of life have been sneezing and coughing and showing all the ptemonitory signs of la grippe George Rumoi, a driver for T. Kriz 3o on Sunday effectually checked the >remonitory Rymptoms of influenza. He lent a pistol ball through his head and tied half' an hour later He was 40 rears of age and unmamed. His body s at the morgue A dispatch from Mad- ion says Goveiuor Hoard and his entire are afflicted with the grip the Governoi is kept a pi Isoner In his room. ST Louis, Jan 6 Influenza is spreading veiy lapidly at Jefferson City, he State capital Secietaiy of State Tanning and bis wile are both very ill. The troveinoi has been ill for two days and several clerks atthecapitol are con- Ined to then rooms Doctors estimate ;hat theie me at least 100 cases of grip n this city llioie no deaths ;hus fat BOSTON, Jan. influenza and erratic character of the weather have wrought sad havoc the last week, as the extraordinaiy death late reported by ;he Board of Health shows The deaths 'or the week in Boston number 848, nearly 100 gieatei than was recorded before for a similar Mriod The influenza has made ts effects felt in the increased number of fatal cases of pneumonia, jronchitib, consumption and heart dis- ease, it having icived to intensify each of these diseases Reports from all parts of New from the Irler climate 01 the mountains, In Vqa> that the epidemic has laid ow thousands upon thousands of vic- tims. ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 6 grippe is creating a profound sensation in the Mohawk Valley At Amsterdam there ire cases among the sufferers wing the three principal physicians. At fort Plain 500 persons are ill from the disease, including Dr Burnett. At Cana- lOharie there are HOO sufferers, including United States Commissioner Van Steen- >urgh and Henry Joy The latter Is se- riously ill Several hundred cases hare seen reported at Fonda, Fultonville and 5t. Johnsville and one death has oc- curred at Tribe's Hill NIAOAHA FAI i s, Ont, Jan. rrippe has broken out here. Over 100 :ases are reported, principally among railway employes The men on both the Michigan Cential and Grand Trunk roads have to woik double time. BAT miom, Md Jan 6 of the students of Johns Hopkins Univer- sity have la guppe The young men From the far South aie the quickest and most seriously affu tod Physicians say the epidemic is now at its height In Baltimore, and the totail number of oases Is said to exceed LONDON, Jan Russian influ- enza has seemed a firm grip in London and is raging and spreading in the prov- inces. [It is said that in one public in- stitution in the East end of London there are over 300 cases, and it has been established beyond a reasonable doubt that some ten or a dozen deaths in the metropolitan district last week have been due direi tly or indirectly to in- fluenza In France, Uermaiiy and Austria the epidemic, after showing signs of subsid- ing, has revived with almost its original vigor. Everywhere the disease main- tains its democratic impartiality, having attacked, besides the unnamed tens of thousands, the dowager Empress Au- gusta, of Germany, the Queen of Saxony, the Belgian Grown Prince, Archduke Field Marshal Albrocht (the Austrian Piinro rata among the subscribers The luccess of the first venture led to rhe organisation of the same projectors of the United Stales Brewing Company, capital, which purchased neweriei in New York, Newark and Albany. All tha stock was taken in a lay or two From this point the luslness grew with amazing rapid- ly. The Messrs Unteimeyer have acted ai American agents for the placing of more than of English cap- tal in this ooimtiy, and they now have teals on hand approaching consumma- tion amounting to many million more. The following are among the largest enterprises in which English capital has n placed since May, 1888 American breweries and general ue ourltlea trust tartholomae Brewing Company Jar Trait Investment Comuany jUesco breweries 2hloafO elevators JlBOlnnatl breweries DlolMM psarer breweries Bastmaa Pork Backlog Company Frank Jones Brewing Company Htllng Oun Company MluaQate Alluvial Syndicate tt Laud Company of Minnesota tntpolU breweries Debenture Corpoi ation __Jon ANY InvrBtrn t (ouipany And Mortgage Bank of Florida Attention to Their jlnotjpe Company gold fields of California ce trust of America n Land and Lolonua'lon Com- pany (under Connecticut luu) York Breweries Compuny UlddUborough Town and Land Com- pally Company nUlbury and Wanbbui n flout mills Paclflo Milling Company PeMr Behoenbofen Brew g Company Phaniz and Emerald brewiles, States Debenture Corporation It Louis breweries United Statex rolling stock United States Brewing Company Vandeuuea elevators Minneapolis raoooooo 000 4000000 3000000 H low ooo it 000 000 8000000 4UOOOOO 25UOOO 501X1000 15000000 000 000 000 Total Samuel Untermeyer, in explaining workings of the great system which BM sprung up ID London for the pur- pose ot securing American investments, uid that the money bad come from snail investors and not from capital- ists. Regarding the prospect ot a further Influx of English capital Mr. Dntermeyer said "Within tbe pant four weeks there baa been renewed activity in the investment in Ameri' oaa Industrial enterprises, and there la every reason to believe tlMt the new year will ne a far greater amount of capital introduced Into this country from abioad than was brought here in 1889 I believe this great Influx ot foreign capital will greatly assist tbe development of our industries The Umlted ia not a rich country, It it too young to havo become rich, 1 It li ao vast that it can properly employ all the capital that can be diverted to it Tbe mall amount of that goes to England from in- dustrial enterprises In tbe gbape of upon the business is trifling compared with the mount cf money that tbe Englishmen muat spend here, especially in the employment ol labor to earn that dividend. The man who has a business here and sell! to aa English company employs bis capital IB a direction and a new demand fat labor, while tke English companies which suo> eeed to the business must continue to labor before engaged, 10 the fact that go to Bngland Is opt, in my an ofluet to the grand benefits acquired by aa (rom the use of that capital "Within tke past four months companiei have been formed In London for the purpose o4 laveatlag In Industrial enterprises In America with an aggregate capital of not less tbaa The last compagy of that kind re- cently formed ia a corporation known as the Lew1 Debenture Corporation for tbe pur pose of acquiring mortgages on Industrial en- terprises It has a capital of The trustees for the debenture holders are such en aa the present Attorney General of England, Sir Richard B. Webster, Sir Oharlei Russell and the Law Guar- antee and Trust Society, while the board ef directors embraces members from all of the leading law firms In London This Is only oni ef a aeries of companies tbat have been formed to further tbe Investment In American eater. One point tbat especially tempts En- glish capital to thla country is the fact tbat we are free from all warlike complications MH.WAVKKB, Jan. 6. The Angus Smith system of elevators, "B" and located on the South side, Saturday sold to an English syndi- cate. The price paid is not given bat is understood to be more than Their Htorlng capacity is busbelfl Death of a President. HAMILTON, N. Y., Jan e Ebe- Mier Dodge, D. D. D., president ot Madison University, died here early Sunday morning of peritonitis after an illness ot less than three days, Aged 60 years. ______________ Justice Brewer Hworn In. WASHINGTON, Jan. 8 David J. Brewer was sworn in as Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court at noon The court-room was filled with spectators during the ceremony A YOUNG FIEND Poisons Whole Family with "Rough on yards Wool Pilled Drest Goods at B yard yurdn Twilled Cashmeres at 8c a yard yards Double Fold Cashmeres at lOc a yard pairs 10 4 All Wool Scailet Blankets at 832.5 j. puir pairs 10-4 Fine Ail-Wool Scarlet Blankets at 83 '0 pairs 10 4 Fine All-Wool White Blankets at 83 75 .0 coses Turkey Red Damask, fast color, at 17c a yarrl yards Best Calico at 3c a >ard yards Cotton Flannel at Tc, north yards yard u ide Bleached Cotton, 4c u yui >1 Bpeclal to DMPATOH. HUNTINOTON, W. Vs., Jan Church, a 17-year old boy living will bis father near this place, is obargec with poisoning the entire family by put ting "Rough on Rats" in their bread One little girl is dead and tour others of tin family are believed to be dying. The young murderer contested his onme to friend ud then fled. He bee not ye FOR THIS WEEK! JANUARY, 1890. -i SCRUGGS Plush Jackets! Plush Jackets! It 86 25, worth 612 00, at 50, wcrth 815 00 Plush Sacques! Plush Sacques! At 812 25, worth 00, at 813 50, worth 820 00. PLUSH SACQUES at 16.75, worth Ladies' English Walking Coatn worth 87.00 for 83.50 bodies' English Walking Coats worth 89.00 for 85 00. Liadies' English Walking Coats worth 812.00 for 8COO. Sngliah Walking Jackets worth 815 00 for 88 00 ladies' Cloth Newmarkets worth 88 50 for 83 75. ?ine Beaver Newmarkets worth from 815.00 to820 00for 8900 Elegant Fancy Cloth Newmarkets worth 83000 for 817.00 A job lot of Misses' Cloaks at half price. L SCRUGGS. Now or Never! Extraordinary Occasion! Ladies' Fine Shoes worth oo Ladies' Fine Shoes worth 95 Ladies' Splendid Calf Button Shoes worth I 25 Men's all Calf Boots worth i 50 Men's Fine Calf Hand-Turned Shoes..............3 50 Men's Fine Calf Hand-1 urned Shoes.............2 75 Men's Fine Calf Machine-Sewed Shoes.............i 25 Men's Heavy Sole Scotcli Edge Shoes........... i 25 Boys' Fine Shoes 75 Men's Wabash Hand-Made Shoes........... i 95 You will never have another chance like this. Mark that down. We cannot sell goods at a loss forever. Re member the store is POWERS.' WE ARE SENDING THEM OUT, will continue Lo do so until the erttiro stock of CLOSED OUT. 11 VOl' ARI" IN NEUD Olf A l I SUIT OR OVERCOAT You rhiuiro lu Your Life If Yon do not call at tbe WHITE FBOMT Itnjing, as Entire STOCK Will be SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST! Q-OODSI We them. You I'niiiiol Hud a more present than seme of our or 811k HankorfhtrfsMlk Mufflers Gold Hintied UmkrellM, In fact evPMthln? that Is kept in a Flrst-cwM FnrnMitag House ran found at the WHITE FRONT. f u4.te "S f f ;