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Cedar Rapids Evening Gazette, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1890, Cedar Rapids, Iowa THE MONTH LY STORIES COMPLETE IN ONE ISSUE flLONE WOBTH THE COST OP THE VOL.8-NO. 260 is THE PEOPLES PAPER YOU ARC INTERESTED flj SUBSCRIBE OEDAB BAPIDS, IOWA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER Bargains in Clothing -AT- THE GOLDEN EAGLE One-Price Clothing House. S75000WORTH AND SUITS. Just purchased by our eastern buyer for 60 ce ta on the dollar and divided among our different stores. We have been busy all week unpacking a large portion of this grand purchase and they are now on sale at prices so low that no matter how limited your means DRIVES IN MEN'S Furnishing Goods! For unlaundried shirts worth 75c. They are made of Fine Shirting, pure linen bosom and bands, re-inforced front and back, patent gussets and warranted perfect fitting Natural gray wear only... extra heavy under All kinds of Fine underwear. B1TTEU. Details of a Scene in the Presence of Sen ators Allison, Hale and Black- burn in Which The Greatest American Angry and Smashes His Silk Hat With His Filt While Talking of the McKmley Declares it to be an Infamy and an Outrage. For Men's full length Night Gowns, made of a good quality muslin. We have them with both plain and embroiderf.il bosoms. Call and see our novelties in Men's Shirts. Golden Eagle One-Price Clothing House. VTtie like Aladdin's of old, is a "wonderful lamp." Abso- lutely -non-frplciive, and it3 light is a Brighter than gas- light, softer than electric light, more cheerful than eith- er. No wonder so man? are sold. A sample "Roches- ter" five years ago, and now 2 mil- lion in the "Rochester's" record. It mutl be a GOOD lamp to make a_____ telling success. Indeed it is, for lamps may come and lamps may go, but on forever. T. Z. COOK -A.N3D LAURANCE AGENTS. HEN'S CORK SOLESHOE to M. OTTMAR! 3r> First Avenue, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Big drive on Correct Shape Shoes. All broken lots must be closed before our dissolution, December 1. Post Office Shoe Store. Powdcrly Says the Knights and the Alii ance Will Co-operate in'All Political Matters. Elaine Gets Angry. WASHINGTON, Nov. Is much ex- citement In political circles over the Interview In the Washington Post with Senator Black- burn concerning a scene that occurred lust July at a meeting where Senators Allison Hall, Blalne and Blackburn were present Blackburn after speaking of the late clectlot was asked: "Is there anything at all saved to there- publicans? Blackburn said, "Yes, out of the general wreck arises a solitary figure, alone but con splcuous. That figure Is Mr. Blalne. Always lowering, he now appears peerless In pre- eminence. He alone emerges from the crush of dire disaster, unhurt, unruffled. To him ils party will look as the only Mofieo or 'oshua that can lead out from the mire of de- 'eat to the solid ground where footing may yet be gained. And now that It Is all over I will tell you of a scene that I witnessed In which Mr. Jlalne was thr principal scene that o me was so full of Intensity as to be almost dramatic, and which will never fade from iny memory. It has never been told before. McKIuley bill had been passed by be house aud was ou the calendar of the cnate, though not yet taken up. It was a warm day In July when Senators Allison, Hale, aud myself eat In the senate ippropriatlons' committee room, waiting for Mr. Blalne with whom we were to consult, us subcommittee, about the consular and diplo- matic budget. There was present no one lac except the clerk of the committee. "Mr. Blalne finally appeared aud with him rlr. Curtis, the accomplished secretary (if the Pac-Amerlcan congress. The Secretary was ather In neglige costume, as Bulled the tern erature, except as- to a particularly glossy nd Irreproachable silk brand new bluing plug. The tarlfl bill, mind you, had othlng to do with the subject band, but, n a casual way I broached It after the utmai reelings bad been exchanged. Probably I ektd Mr. Blalne how he liked It. Imagine my shall I suy gratification when he launched forth a torrent of Invective against the act, that McKluli-y fathered. "He .aid 'this bill in an Infamy and an outrage. It Is the most hbamcful measure over proposed to a civilized people. Go on with it, and It will carry our party to per- dition.' "I was feeling consldernly Interested and said 'I wlrh you were In the senate Mr. BUitic to announce yourself lu such terms.' 'I wish I be ans-vcred, 'It BO, I would stamp It under my feet and spit upon and then advancing toward Senators Allison and Hale, be snapped hie linger In the face of each alternately, and with rising Inflection said 'Go on with your drivelling Idiocy and see to what destruction It will lead the pnbllcan parly. Pass Ibis bill, aud in '9'3 there will not be a man In all the puny so beggared an to accept your nomination for the prehlileucy.1 "Then he began to dissect the Mil merci- lessly, particularly the sugar schedule. This he Inveighed agalnet with all his force. 1 reminded him that the senate bad Improved upon the labors of the house an regarded su- -----that to protect an Amtrlcau Imlaftry proving the hallway leading Into the four sc clety halls Is being agitated by some membe of the societies.' Weather Predictions. WASHINGTON, Nov. Illinois, weather preceded by light rain, slightly ccole with northerly winds. For Wisconsin, fair westher till Wednesda and warmer winds becoming southerly. For South Dakota, lows and Nebrsik fair weather and warmer, southerly winds. Dillon And O'Brien Blamed. BOHTON Nov. H. Starke, mem her of the British American association of th city, has recently made a tour of Invcstlgi tlon through Ireland. He claims that I northern or "proteatant Ireland" the peopl are apparently prosperous and there Is n potato famine. He declares the suffering 1 southern Ireland the result of the plan o campaign of which Dillon and O'Brien ar the authors. LUCIL tw an inuntiry ivu-jtiu-um gin wamiercii awav iron Involving the enormous labor of boring a hole Cumberland, Win and pertehed from'eipos in a maple tree and boiling the juice, the senate had agreed to give the maple sugar growers cf New England a bounty of two cents. "This was the first he had heard of It and he seemed hardly able to credit what I told. "It Isn't he said. "Allison and Hale continued me. "I suppose this was done at the solicita- tion of Morrlll and Edmunds I" he Inquired, 'Mr. Allison replied In the affirmative. 'It Is a good sample of the breadth of their cald the secretary. "And then the climax came. His new beaver wa urned yesterday morning. The Western passenger association has de lared war on the scalpers. Packers of canned meats have decided on a of a cent a pound raise The Count of Paris has arrived at Queens- own on his return voyage The knarchists meeting at New York Satur- ay night was a tame affair. Gen. D. B.MeKlbben, U. 8. A., retired, ileil at Washington Saturday. .Jacob Ecrkson, a hosiery dealer at Chicago, us failed for about John Callanan was suffocated In a tenement oufe flre at New York City. There Is a movement on foot In Canadi to hollsh the grand jury system. Fire In the Boilings spinning works at Lor- on caused a loss of B. K, West, treasurer of Pauline, Neb., Is mler arrest. He Is a defaulter. Murderer Blrcball heard the news of his ap- roachlng death without flinching. Two men were killed and four injured by a olicr explosion at Magnolia, Miss. Lieutenant Beall of the signal service at hicaijo, predict} a long cold winter. Fire ot Shreveport, La., caused a loss of well covered by Insurance. The report that Postmaater deneaul Waua- lakcr had failed Is pronounced untrue. The business portion of Hartman, Ark., 'its destroyed by tire causing a loss of llon. Martin, an old time member of cougreufi, died at Columbia, Tenn., Satur- day. A ten-year old girl wandered awav from William G. Vallleof shot and killed his wife and suicided. No cause known. Joseph Gregory was fatally stabbed by Al fred Nordway at Bloomington, 111., during a quarrel. Will Bethes, a negro, was hanged at Wrtgbtsville, Ga., for the murder of Kalnford Spami. E. L. Crandal) Co., paper manufactur- ers at Newton Upper Falls, Mass., have failed. Seven prisoners confined In the Jail at Kan1 sas City escaped yesterday. Five were re- cartured. Morris, the democratic candidate for gov ernor of Connecticut, Is elected by only 37 majority. Powdcrly snys the Knights of Labor and Farmers Alliance will co-operate on political matters. The Brlce.Thomas syndicate are negotiat- ing for the purchase of the Tennessee Mid- land railway. During a quarrel between Allen Bibb and Emanuel Wright of Alton, 111., Bibb bit off Wright's noee. Milton B. Gaff, chancellor of the Western University of Pennsylvania died Stturdav with pneumonia. Miss IdaSynder of Fort Wayae, Ind., wai shot and killed by Bert Shurt, a rejected lover, who afterward suicided. Agnes Herndon, the actress, and her lead- Ing man skipped out from Columbus, Ohio, leaving her company stranded. It Is thought Judge Gresham or, Attorney General Miller will be appointed to the vacant leat on the supreme court bench. Edward C, Hunt suicided at Chicago Satur- day night by shooting himself. He was to have been married the same evening. At Gainesville, Texas, a man named John- eon, while Intoxicated, kicked his slstcr-ln law almost to death. Lynching Is threat- ened. H. Clay Evans of Chattanooga, Tenn. It In said has been tendered the position to be made vacant by Secretary Tracy's resigna- tion. John Daniels attempted to kill his wife at St. Joe by shooting her. They had been sep- arated time and she refused to live with him again, A. C. Evans, a prominent bunlnens man of Sprlnfleld, 111. died from the of an overdose of opium. He had been on a pro- longed spree. The American rellaf commission has la- sued a request to the public requesting them to send nothing to Ireland for the relief of famine sufferers. Chief of Police A. S. Gerald of Montgom- ery, Ala., has been discharged from cmtofly on the grounds of justifiable homicide In hill Ing iV. W. Cottrell. The English and Portuguese governments hsve agreed upon a truje for six months, pending negotiations regarding the disputed tfrrltory In Africa. An nntncruisful attempt was made Satn vi uvu roiiiMijr OBDU. MIPS uuLton is al- "..CMVXUPBJUI MLLcuipL wmB maueaatnr- waye welcomed by a Mt. Vernon audience nlKht to the Uttley who shot nil ttla A__n-_-_____ _i Btlfl at and killed a man at Falrmount, Ind., daring a political riot. More trouDle la fea'aed. Mrs. Louise B. Holmes of New York, agrd bridge 65 feet high. She was "reached boatman before she sank and may live. At Colnmbla, 8. C., a negro boy threw a lighted match Into a cotton gin which two white boys were at work about. cotton caught flre and toe were bonlbtv burned. ibfefei PMCE3CENTS A CRASH IN Cables From London and Paris Predicting Disasters In the Markets Cause Big Crash. No Decline at Struthers, a Member of the Board, Drops Dead With Apoplexy.' M iss Ida Snyder Shot Dead by Bert Shurt, a Rejected Suitor, Who Com- mits Suicide. girding the rear guard of the Emln relief ex- pedition. Stanley bin retained George Lewis and Sir Charles Russell to conduct hit cate. An Off Year and McKinley the Cause. CHICAGO, Nov. John M. Tburs- ton, president of the republican league of clnbs of the United States, who arrived this morning from Omaba, eave It as his opinion that the recent political upheaval In Ne braska and elsewhere was cauied -bj the ipathy of an off jear In politics and the Mc- Kinley bill. Bold Highwaymen Captured Near Du Will Prosecute Walter Barttelot. A Big Tumble in Stocki. LONDON, Nov. stock exchange at p.m., the stocks ol the American lads showed a decline of from per cent to SJs per cent. NKW YOKK, Nov. alarming cables from London and Parle.predlctlng dis- asters In the markets there thin week, canned i panicky feeling in the stock exchange. The ipeulng prices were extremely 1 iw, the de- clines since Saturday afternoon were, the largest ever seen over night, and the losses of fractional amounts were exceptions, drops of froui 1 to pet cent, covering nearly the 'hole active Hat. As soon as the signal for the beginning of uilness WHS given no offers were made but very bid no matter at what price was at once filled. jjjThln selling caused Manhattan elevat- ed to fall from 10 to 9, Western Union fell per cent. Other blocks with the excep- :lou of Vanderbllls fell from 2 to 0 per cent. Jven after the opening losses, further declines of from 1 to 4 per cent scored. Trading reached enormous figures but while the whole bottom seemed to have dropped entirely out >f the market, there came a more quiet feei- ng toward the end of the hour and some itocks actually recovered a portion of htilr early loss. The market, however, re- iialued In an extremely feverish and unsettled :oudltlon and kt It o'clock, while It was less ictlve, it was weak at or near the lowest jrices for the most of stocks on the list. After 11 o'clock the heavy pressure was to a certain extent, but stocks con- luued to come the market aud jrlces again took a downward direction. The jraugeri, Wlllurdu Mud New England were he chief sufferers In the decline. The market displayed no recuperutlve power and at noon "hen business watt arrested by the death by pcplely on the lloor of the exchange ot ames Struthers one of the members, the uirket wan but weak and generally at 'K lowest prices of the morning. Stru.hers body lay ou the floor surrounded by rokers loi1 Home time. On the last anJ only ther occasion when death occurred on the xchange business WSH at once suspended ur the day, but ou account the Ituatlon toJay the officials could not lose the exchange and kt busiueo returned. The decline was renewed with ncreaitlug rapidity aud prices fell off with real rapidity, but are now somewhat better. A rally soou under way and at he market was quiet with prices one to two er ceut above tue lowest of the day. Money in urgent iJeinand at per cent premium n addition to legal Interest. Moderate business been doue In the IK hour and prices continue to advance aud alus of from to IJj were cored amoug active stocks, while Pullman Illinois Cential etill larger dvances were made. Later, however, sugar ropped sharply from 57 to aud the cnerul lift was affected to tome extent, ad- ancc belug checked and St. Paul ollowed with a decline of from to The market finally osed at the lowest prices notwlthst indlug a illy of 2 per ceut la sugar. NO KfcASON FUK THE HECL1SE. Jay GoulJ asked this alternoon to ive hit views lu regard to the great fall In rlcee ou Wall street. He paid, "There Is o Uoubt that the market would have righted self If uble In London had uot come up. much farther thlugs will o I don't know. I only know that any one ho has, courage to buy and stleuee to wait will make money. 0 far as I know anything bout different properties, especially those 1st I am Interested lu, they are all right aud here Is no reason for the present low prices." NO DSCLIXE AT CHICAGO. CHICAOO, Nov. on board of ade here this morning did not respond to he weakness In stocks In New York and Condon. The sentiment among traders was the effect that the prices for grain and prc- sions were low enough for a trading basis nd consequently resisted any further de- resslon. BOSTON, Nov. market In Boston as practically followed New York on active ocka. No failures arc reported here. No Chinamen for Them ABERDEEN, Wash., Nov. here became tired of a Chinese colony, which num- bered about twenty, and have ordered them all to leave. A committee of citizens called on the Celestials, who quietly packed up and departed. The town followed the example of Tacoms and Seattle, which don't permit Chinamen in tie city limits. Lotteries Still Using the Mails. MASON CITY, Nov. the last few days this section has been flooded with blank lottery circulars and orders from the Hamburg (Germany) Lot- tery Company. These circulars come through the mails, nothing being printed on the envelopes but the man to wtom the letter Is fent. Notwithstanding the strtugent law many have been led to Invest liberally In the lottery. Came Near Being a Lynching. MARION, Ind., Nov. after- noon at Fairmont, during a quarrel between a democrat and a former made a remark offensive to the negroes. Bad blood was thus engendered and threats of violence were made before the evening celebration of he democrats In the evening the uegroen ordered the democrats to abandon an anv 1 they were firing and a refusal to do so pre clpitated a riot (luring which a Mr. Paul was fatally wounded and Willism Campbell, a democrat and a black named Uttley were wounded. Uttley was supposed to be the man who precipitated the riot and he was arrested and hurried off to prison. Two different mobsat- lempted to lynch him but they were frustrat- ed and the prisoner was hurried off to this place. Carnellus Paul, the man who was etot died yesterday morning. The excitement has quieted down somewhat. Uttley detlares he was not the man who perclpltated the shooting but wan only a spectator. There wai a rumor afloat on tho streets shortly after noon to the effect that the board of supervisors In counting the vote of the county, had discovered that Vorls was elected county attorney by a majority of 0. A telephone message to Marlon discovered that the rumor was a the board only met after Jlnui-r, and at 3 o'clock had not com- pleted the count on any of the officers. STOP AND Look into Denecke at they are the same persons who commlt- ed the wholesale burglaries In Wyoming, ones county, last Friday night. Will Prosecute Barttelot. Walter WANTED. Experienced canvassers for Linn and ad- Joining counties. Apply to R. Adams Son. Clayton Clauttou, deputy circuit clerk of the county at Parkertburg, W. V., is an cm- btzzcler to the amouut of Petroleum has been discovered ncr.r Carthage, Ills. Major General Scbndelil In his annual re- port advocates fortifying the seaboard. The Carnagle company h> s secured contiol of the steel rail Industry In this country. The Swedish baro Fnlka Is believed to have sunk on Nova Scotio coast with all on board. COMMtki-iAL. Cedar Kapidi Dally Mirkcti, Corrected Bvorj DMV at Noon. CCDAK RAPIDS Nov. in RYI-COC. oHered. 14 00 BAHLIT-.VQ-.SC. new saa-SSc TIUOTHT 10. CO per ton. DO per ton. CHOP 00 per ton. GREEN FRUITS. K.OO. box, K.rKXiiS 00 bunch.11.50 @2 35 MmiD TABLI per APPLES, IS GRAPES-SXaSSc i.er basket. CALIFORNIA per box. CALirOKNiA PEARS-as.ooa.'j.DO per box. SMOKED "tf o. No. 1 OKEEN No. No. 1CURKD NO. 2 CUKED 5u. FILTH, i Washed Wool EatlmateiJ f28Cl POULTRY. ETC. por HKHB-SO per Ib. YODNO per Ib. doz. lie. por bushel bu. fc! 00. HARDWARE We quote: Steel Cut Nails, 12 25 rates; S.oel Qbllb.ti.T'- Horse niltlsUbo per box for No St: HoMMUoORH.Soei. eotflreg; Bar Iron 12300 market easy; Old Iron asafeOc per cwt old copper tc perm: old braaa SQOo per old zinc per mixed, I.75Q1 00 per ewt. Hard, por cord, U.2MM 7B; son DAILY MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH Chicago Markets. IfiPO.-lllBi) OHAIN. Whoav-Flrm; canh 97iic; Dec. Mav 1 04K. cash ssjjc; May cash 48c; Dec May 46Hc 66H. HUo, Flux 81. Prime 'nmnttiv- Firm; II 2" Mean cash 19 75: Jan 111 DO: May H2 70, ciish 16 10; May 16 85. uvt STOL1C. S.OOO Head; market steady; Htuers 12 Tcxans M; ranecra K CO. head: steady to shade lower; rough and common heavy pac.., n K light 13 75a3 85 head: market steady; atockera'and feedcra nailvea it BO- Wenterns 14 60. Toxana 3 705J4 70, Peoria Markets. Peoria, Nov. 10-Corn Firm; No. 2 No. 2, wblte Scarce No. 2 yelloi Firm: 46V4S47C; No. 3 St. Market. ST. LOUIS. Nov. Wheat lower; cash DSo; Deo, May II U-'Sffil Higher; canh options firm; May 61Xo. Higher; cash 41c; May easy <8c. Higher. 11100. Lard-Dull; KM. Milwaukee Market. Nov. 10 Lower: No. 9 Dec.MHc; No.l Northern spring c Wo. Corn- Steady; No. 3 cash Me. Steady, No. 2whito47c. T. M. Sinclair A Co. Market. At a o'clock ihls afternoon T. M. Sin T ulalr Oo. arojgairliigUiefollowlJif prloeafot LplTOON, Nov. Pall Mall Gazette :llfMover ITS lba.f? 18 over 189 Iba. ---------atacaand Special Sale Ladies and Gents' Fine Shoes C. Commencing November 3 and ending November 8 at closing time. November 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Kimball Building, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. S. B. DIX.
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