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BOCS ISLABj. ILL., TUE8pAEY 2. 1894.
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Previous to Stock-Taking,
Jan. 3,. and con
I! goods sol J retail at wliojfc-
THE PUBLIC DEBT.
What the Statement lust
Given Out Sets Forth.
Three Men Hurictl Alive
While Sewer Digging.
Four Lives ; Jost by i Prema
ture uiast in Boston.
Several Perish in a '.Lodging
House in Buffa .
WAsnisoTox. l). C.. Ja. 3. The
public debt tal mctit civon out to-
lay rhnws bain nee Jan. 1, if $90,-
V,Oi0 against fljM.nort.Ooi, July 1.
Mrea Vmmt la Ijorislag lioav.
Ri rrALu, Jan. 2. Urzie Ha kett's
15-rent lodging house was dw.roveil
by fire earlv this morning. wi:k loss
of flO.OOn. Marv Coleman, Isaac,
RraillPT and two unknown persons
loft their lives, and several wcro in'
Death rmn a itiat. t
BtwTos. Jan. V'. A prematura rv
plosion ot a Mast this moraii;
killed Thomas II. Wcidraann, fir
man, and Thomas Mark, Patrick
Case and Cornelius Learr.
AS. TO COXGRESS.
tha Statesmen Will
cupy Their Time. .
LITTLE WOBK FOR SEN ATORS TO DO
icrything included, from a
pin to a silk dress, or a
pair of blankets.
m many things cost will not
is our purpose to do the
largest January business
we have ever done. We
realize that we have some
big records to beat, how
ever. This fact does not
dismay us, but rattier is
an incentive to do still
greater things, and noth
ing will do it quickejhan
101? PRICES. "
This week will record the
greatest values in Dry
, x Goods in the history of
- the three cities.
It Must be Remembered
Itarlmi la a tower.
Asx Akbok, Jip. 2. (Jcorgc Her
rr and Rirhard Sinidea were burie 1
liive, while Ui 'in;' a sewer here
CganlaaUm f Ik, Ofcia keglstatare.
C-ttlKk, O.. Jb. St The Ohio legisla
ture . av organised with Senator
McConlra aa president pro tcm. of the wa
il ami Repreaeutitire Boxwcil a spmkcr
oC the hoiiae. Both had been Humiliated
by Republican caenacB held previously:
There was no opposition to MeCobira, hut
la tht house lioxwall Was recognised as tha
MrKluley candi'lnta and Griffin as the anti-
JUcMlik-y cantlkiatc. -
Fenakea by He
Lrxixr.Tox.Ky., Jan. 2. Desha Breckin
ridge, ma of Ki prrscmativc 1 In i iomVii.
says ha has been to Cincinnati to no what
evidcrce Madeline rulUnl could Kl there
lucainat litn fatbur. i!o traied ouccaacup
anu lutma nmuin (ui it.
The Rirl's mother dm Hot claim that
hur dauithter in worthy of much conii!-ra-tMNi,
aiul tbilkn livr conduct iucScaaoLlu.
Caaght ITatkrt a Leilas ul IUm-Iu
Dovr.U, X. J., Jan. 2. John Hire, 17
) ran old, and Janim Jklaildcu, !. years old,
w-r intiintly killed and JoLu llorau
ami John Kiev iujurnl in a enve-iu at
liiiltard'a niliio, mnr thU Jlw e. A U iIkc
4 itu rock twelve fut't Ioub uad uinc lect
wulu became lilmlniti from a part of the
mlu wall and fi-U. burying Madden aud
lUca uudcr the atone.
Ithough we shall re
er)'n'ne? to whole
rice, yet there are
things that will be
d to a point far
as some things will
J at half price, and
less. It would be
able for us to give
yoUan intelligent idea by
quoting prices, and hence
leave the above facts for
lauawateat at ttc. luniU.
St. Lotkt, Jan. S. Two weU-known ft.
Loaisana hura eloiied, Mr. iua. V. it.
Merchin having alauidoued his wife and
taken wit h him in hia flight the wife and
two children of Mr.rtiu L. llwkcr. general
freiubt claim aicetit of the Wabnsh rail-"
Kay. Xleei'hiu Ium been promiiiciit iu
buaiuew aud politics in tbis city fur yean.
Ma- Onld atrlaa at Crtppta Crrrk.
ClMITLE CliEEK. Colo., Jan. 3. The year
lvi, romarkabla f-ir gold di.xiveric, cuds
with a find in tLU ramf that may beat the
record. Iu the Camilla mine liet-jreen
Uavenand Guyut llilis at a depth of thirty
three feet a vein of quarts wan struck
eight aazuplcs frMu whieh were nKiycd
and showed aaercrageof TC3 to tiit tou.
t ill PrabaUy Pat iu Soaie Tlafc T.lklng
M be Klertloow lw. " Haitian far
tke TartlT Hill The 1I"" Tackle
Wlboa !Haure at Oare RcptiH of tke
BrpabllraM aa Ilia Ilaaailaa Iteaola
tkMM 'apltat Nute
WAslilStiTos. Jim. In accordance
with it resolution of n5jiimuient con
grow will reconvene Wednesday. H is
not probnWe that the neniite will it-ally
get down to clrwc Iiiimiii'sn application dur
ing the awk, ami wn.ie of tl"' mo exper
ienced obsiervers of the nnre of the 'n
atc nndi-r cirrunntaiices similar to those
which will sutoiuhI that 1ly when it
ahnll reconvene freely predict that there
wlil not 1 a quorum diirinir any prt of
the prfw-ntweck. aisl that, therefore, no
impoVtaut business will be uudertaken
ntil MoikImv, theNh. The senators gen
endly feel that there I little tlmt the sen
ate can do in the way f promoting legis
lation until the house shnll net upon some
of the sneaanftos before it.
May Talk A bant tl.mlT:l.Tll..n.
The senate calendar coutAins W reiorted
nieasor,' but there are less than half a
dozen of these that will require any great
amount of time for oc.u.-MKmti..n. The
most iniporkant bill on the calendar i the
federal electiona bill, and it is i-ible thut
it may be taken np for specchniuking dur
ing the wtn-k, though it is not likely that
th. re will be an effort to pass the bill dur
ing the week. The bill inennsini; the hank
circulation to the full amuuut of bond)- le-
ptirel is also still l fore the senate an-1 in
eoti.lition to Ik- taken uo-rX any time. The
enme is nut likely todius the Hawaiian
question again while tho foreign relations
comonttce s investigation lb incomplete.
Two W Its' IH-liute uu the TarIC
The progrnmme in the ho;ie has not
been definitely nrrama-d, but il improbable
that t!ie turiiT aud Hawaiian oticstions will
With figure. The tariff debute will begin
'is soon as the house reconvenes The
ilemar:-tic memlK-rs of the ways and
ncm. onmiittec have not yet decided
cpon the limit whieh will he set um the
itteite, l ut the Democratic leaders mn to
I -live tlmt it ought not to run more thau
tx it weeks, four d:iys for general debate
atd ten ilys for debate ciider the Ave
n. ante rule. Whether Wilson, who is to
0mi tlieilinte.cau rjiej.k Wcdnemlay will
d' cud on whether the licpulilicnus insist
n;.ii the full reading of the bill lalore the
di laic !egins.
(liirrow Will Iteply to Wllvm.
I: ssnnch r.s the formal reading of t!ie
bili .is dir:'Tsvd with wh; the Mi-ICin-hy
bi!i was miisidcml, tlie Sn...).-r..t. Jo
cot believe that objection to i:i-;n-lr.jv.-ith
tlie reading of the M'Usou 'ii!I
Will imerrosed by the Re;ir!,l:riin. la
that nse WU ill's oening pet-rli will lie
heard on Wada-.n!ay, fnllow.it by' t;it of
Hum ws, who will reply to Wilson's uru
tnent far the Repiiblirans. .At the very
ouUet of the tariff ck-liate, h m ever. it trUl
be antiigonhted by the ltepr.blicans. W.io
will ttr.am forward with tlie Hawaiian mu
ter. Kootelle of Maine served noliix- tu.it
as sS' a aa congn-aa reconvet.t-d he v.imld
call up t'tcTrsulntion which he iiitrtxlni . d
and whLh lie maintained was of a priv
UavnllWUl Hsra aa A iring.
It has prHtically been deijurd by t:ie
Ht-moenUic leaders to allow the Hawaiinti
matter to l- brought up In the shape-,:
the McCrca y substitute for the Hit res -lution
on Friday and to give that day au-1
the next s.tunlay for its ronsideratioi,.
Whether ti e MeCn-ary snlMttntc, whic.i
roudeniUH .Ml i! ti-r Stevens, will be pasKyi
or not is du'tful, the pur;,' at this
time beiug oul." t'i give lnh oides aa op
Isirtuiiity to entiUte their view iu order
to get this q ue. t ion tuiMrarilv out of the
way so tbUlli. tarin? dclaite can proceed
Tke Tn-aMirj- Tl'aato Attrtili-.n.
It b barely psible that some measure
forthe relief of tie treasury may upset tlie
pn-scnt prospeet in the house for the pr.-s-ent
week. Tlie s:qlti is nt its Ion-eat ebb.
and some propo .i-ion fr tlie rri'letiorrof
the national exchiuur may Is.- brought for
tes ana a violation olW t na-
And further that the Jnner or such
Ampted intentntion hRl'' 'e::ntive
methods used are nnwon i ek- ex
ive department of tha United States,
le tho confessed intent of h mter-
tion is contrnrv to W V
onoft ne reiiui.iic and the K'ir" of the
Itasslaa Tkanks t Anieriea.
AMiixetox, Jan. a The 'lepart-
"'-t has received from the r.otMe- of St.
iersbunr a stilendi.Uv Ulnmintl nnd
p-inted address to the people of the I mted
S' lU-s, conveying acknowledg"""'" and
U-.nks for the aid extended to s Sen rers
bv fumiiu. in llusuis. The aildnss is
P- intedon vellum and isnecoiiipMiii.il by
panning of Kussian scenes, th while
n-'igiiilicently houudin Russia leaf uer with
an inscription on tlie back in uiass.ve pol l
A ftw aatlae fraas flllaaia.
BcilUX, Jan. ft St. Carl Large, of
Dlnomingtnfi, IU., .uiilg to be the new
arior, who escaped from lanatic asylum
there with tiie assistance of large fulli.w.
ing, aud who came to Germany and was
scut to an asylum at Icbweita, Brandi u-
aa. has ee rn 1
-t ' i
berg, for tiie
again. The pi -lice are
tug to latest ri-istrta, I'
Tfccj ( hera4
L.vnotc, Jim. i
which has be-n ho)di
chaanL HadaShal :
nembrr of the llriti
who presided at tfc
session with a few
by calling for three
ami for liritfadi ruh
Tke " :
Chicago, Jan. s.
the total freight
decrease of tX'
of l.4A,Mo l.
and l ather Vi
who were on I
ins of duel
got close to
XI with th
Hia gun is
lmKrtant Document fnt IWncr.tini.
WAsittMiToS, Jau. a The ms it i.f the
coanniitee of ten atmointed by tae .Naln.u-
al K- iucational aasoriation dt Saratoca in
the summer of lm2 to make an investiga
tion of seeondarv stlusjl wiuiies in the
United h'tiites has l;n transinitted to the
secretary of the interior. Comiv"-ioncrof
rx!'n.n ion 11 arris pronounces '-e nuist
iiiilnii-taut 'educational documnit ever
puliiisbeil in the country, i
The Ih-nYit fr the Half Ve.o.
V.'isniNtiToX, Jnu. i Exclusive of Pat
nrday'a business the receipts of the govern
ment for the month of tx-ceinla-r have
bet n 2i".,ty;,M4T and the exjx-nditures ;!,
17s..0:!t, a di iicii-ncy of receipts over expen
ditures of i-l,!.Vi,tiJi Th, jreceipts for the
fiscai year to dote have litt-n tl.V.W.,Si4,
aud l lie exis-niiittires $2e.W.y. a de-
lice ncv for nrjictic.iliy bait t he year of
roiiditlon of tiie National llni.ks.
AVasiiisgton, Jan. a-fiieports of tiie
cumliliou of the ImUo.i.-J luniks lit the
close of bus'tws I);-c !! Iwing received
at the treasury dep.-.rtnd-at. They show
that the average n-servtsof the banks re
porting are very hire ifid m some eases
larger than on the dn of the previous
call. Oct. 3. indicating tl the amount of
money still idle is very large.
. ' Cardinal lulls on'lreii3eiit.
VTASIiiNdH-s. Jan. 2. Cardinal Giblsins
was a caller uiiou the president and had a
chat of some length wilL hiui.
INTIMIDATED THE BURGLAR.
A Nervy Chicago tilrt Vho AVoulil "ot 15c
Cl'.lCAno, Jan. 'i. Miss Frances lleeney,
of ilol Vineennes nvenui, ha-l an exciting
t-cr.iunter with a htfl-glar. M:sm lleeney is
1 years old, aud when confronted by the
liousi broaker she dtsplnyed an unusaul
amount of courage. She hoanl a
slight in.ise, ran into the parlor
and turning on the gas stood face to
fare with a rough-npneriag man. "I
c;.;i4 to get siiiiie money uiidf want you to
,rcni:i;ii quiet," lie said.
you cannot nas any uioucy. n-iii
yen Lire bol tittcu ma, as the liouse is t ill
ofpc pl." respimdedjlie plucky wom.-iu
as si:, stood beside" WR;. "1 mn gohu to
sear. U youtosceif youhavctakeuaiiytii.iig
fron: the Iioum-," and hr c miuienc-d to
Kiin !i every pocket iu his ilo'.lu-n, but only
foun 1 'S cents. This she returned U- him
mid i . colling him to the door let him go.
Tho burglar's astonishment at his treat
ment apik.ared to overcome any other
feeling and be departed without making
any dctiioustratiou ot.viulen-.-e.
THE NEWS IN G3IE.-.
Enu'cue Field, who has in hn-1 good
henii l: since he was. attacki .1 withpiieu
moiiiu a couple of months iig.i. L: c;une to
the l'ucilic coast for the winter.
Iivis rinyder sliot an.1 kllh l Mrs. olivo
inlndianaiiolia. The (nunlerir made bis
earapt. .. . - !
"In a lecture on I&rSSii at Yale juniversity
grofeysoc William L hby, Ji .of rriiiee
tou,"cOnStred BU ' Im'a re;,t. denied
Mr. Steve'.im tt tiroricri of Amer
icans was i i.kgi tut the tie of the
revolution, aod cloaoft by Ki-.i ig: "The
eoUrw of lYtaldaatCfcliiiiil ti'.l tl. '-t of
Uitio.-iasMMr Bkna.1 h:is been cxitly
right. .. J
Geo--gtl Slmnaaav"isti.iit lKsikkeemr
forth Luloa-OourftJ bank, Rihviay, X.
J., has diaapneared wih iouri-. vpiickag-s
to Dec. 1
l the party,
t the dying
y on the Bel-
inting boat ha
cka and killed
' two barrels.
B loaded one
teal and via
USURPED SOVE AUTHOSITV.
Uea-abllcaa tuiamitternirn Say at
WashisutoN, Jan. 8 The Republican
members of the foreign aSairs committee
have completed the minority report on the
resolutions presented by Chairman Mc.
Creary on the day conrens adjourned as a
substitute for the Hitt resolution. The rc-
j iwrt was prepared by Korcrof Ohio, and is
signed by Hitt. Harnier, RIalr,Irar. and
' Vanvorhisof New York. It is viry 'o!ani
, inotts and goes in detail into the whole his
, tory of Mr. Blount's apjioititment as mm-
mi-onar parasunnut and the course of tho
admiBlstratioa. S'he pith of it is that Pres
ident CfrreUnd, In apiioiuting liloint com-!'kmkmmt-W"m0Smtt,
it v that aa did' tiist Doaaess uuuer the cou-
The giarnmDt at Honalniu at that
time was a bona Ada rjirrnniimiat recog
nized liy all natioos, aad tha presidunt'a
atutm;it to overthrow It, tin report -,
was unjustiliubie as Well as Illegal. In his
conduct of the affair be igaersd the plain
latiguage of the CQiistltatlon. He ap
pointed a diplomatic oflicc (Hioant) trith
out t'je advice aud concent ot the seiatta,
and the claim that lilouut w.-ia "bj iar-
sentative ' was idle, uiount had au tna
jsiai-r of a minister and was given tht su
preme comtnaud of t:ie naval forces of tke
I ulted States at Honolulu. These were
not the president's pn perty and could not
ue used without the consent of cougreta,
as admitted by the president in his iustrac
tioi to Willis.
So precedent exists, the minority says,
I'M- the president's courts aud she whole
course of the president in the matter is de
clared uncout'Jtutional. It he could do
this thing in Hawaii l e could do so ia
Gr t Britnin or Germany. The report
mis with a resolution that "it is the seose
of this house Urt any suck lnttrrentio-ly
the executive a' the U nit I HCats, its civil
or military representatives er ouTcers,
without auUiot ty of congress Is danger
I ous aud nnwartinted iavat-ioa t'w iyhU
and diguities otto cougreai of (hi t'uhed
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SAX&RCE, ROCKiSLAND, ILL,
Away down in price.
Your choice of any Pants in the house for
Worth 5 and 80.
Pants M & aflfl 14. for $2.39.
An Accident Life Insurance Policy for $500
given with every pair of 50c suspenders.
oi notes. a
The Mexican volcano Popoeain'.ietl is in
erupti m. Fears are cutertaiucd tor tourists
iu the ueigborhood. , .
Cnt'.ii-ra representing t-l.tmiow huving
failed ta extend their dV'liosits, the twiH-n-iug
of Milwaukee's Mariiie batik is doubt-
mi. , 4 ;
Man in Xorthcott wan arruMvdat Fair
hr.ry. Ills., charged with robbing the homo
of Widiam HasJer at JChicngo.
A woman nauied tarker, living near
Rocls Ue. Ills., was banied to il- ath by hex
clothing getting afire from a stove.
Friiiee Maximilian, of Sn,im- a neiihcw
of Ktug Allien, was ordained a Roman
Catfa ,iic jiricst at Hehstadt.
Ta j trami's, namce unknown, oralis a
conation o akohol nd m-oiiiie in Attie
bor Mass., and fUadV Six tithcr men who
dra from khe same hottlc wcie made vio
leutf, ill. A
A tier stcaiu hnmkicf, said to te ttie
largi it in tlie world, recently put up in the
Kntjip gun foundry at n'o, is so deli
cately udj listed thut it eoula bu- made to
heat out a hair spring.
Gotham police found au aliened -bomb
ne;u- Kusaell Sage's house which turned
oat to be a harmless plumbers brass plug.
L ;ntion involving the Ioimrd estate,
Jl , at eSi,00u, at Grand Rapid. Mich
not ded with a decree declaring the mnr
Jtat of Fred 11. Leonard ntul Mary E.
R aid because of his mental iuenm-r'-,Twbentba
snnrringe w as cout ract-
J girlng har a liie nuiiuteaance of
.V V- 31aa arre ted at Fort
ayi.oyJadL.asi tks akargv f having five
wive lltog nuaaottely t Hartford,
Con.; Dnbe'a,ia.Jui1ay ills.; Fulton,
Pa,, laid BrnokJn, K. Y.
John .and Genttal Kennedv were found
gn"j of the murder of Unemtor James T.
Lowrj at Shell Mound.. T . and will
be excutd Feb. 26. Jkacnh Kennedy was
Chidigo com re to tie f,ut with the
t she ha.4 2,0Tti,0i bpnulation.
MMallVS W. C i T-,. hss about
that be will be a candidate for the
Vartal n-jsnl liun before the Ala-
HEROIC IN HIS AC0NY.
A nun nith the Ilcsli ltnrnedOir ItU Faes
Mors Ills Kuty Nobly.
VALl-AHAtso. Ind.. Jan. 2. The pump
ing station of the Indiana Natural Gas
company pitie line at East Ckiavgjj Las
been blown up. The following were in
jured: rt-orge Mel vin, machinist and gas
iiis--tor, burned severely alsiut the face,
hands ami neck: W. C. Weiderhold, eup
crintetident and ojierator for Indiana Gas
cninpaiiy. face and hands burned: John
Yoiler. face btimed and body bruised.
..YA'lvIc workmen were in the stat ion en
PistikI in repairing a leak in the pipe the
escap'.ng as took fire from a lantern which
they knocked over'and in a moment an ex
plosion took place which tore the iron
building to pieces ftnd threw the workmen
In every direction.
One of the injured men after regainini
consciousness pnt his hand to his face,
when the flesh dropped off, also the hair
from his head. He then ran a quarter of a
mile and shut off the main piic, then fell
ju a de-el faint The pipes were toru up
and the escaping gas burned up over sixty
Tlie Battle Above Clouds;
llecrattlzis tor Pelaoto la Ke Vork.
l'nuvniESiE, Jan. 2. A Braiulian Peix
oto recruiting station hits beta opened in
Walling street, this city, by Sergeant J. J.
Richard, of Xew York. Thirty recruits
for what is known as Rhodes' sharpshoot
ers have been secured.
Aa oa.-r of 40,000 Ul UulUon.
ClUlTLK ClitKK, Col., Jan. a Mayor
Whiting and other leading citizens have
Iclcura plied iiitchell andCorbett oueriug
them l'.'f in rol l bullion to light here.
LESS THAN HALF THE"
PRICE OP OTHfcR BRANDS
SOLD IN CAHS ONLY
nsignment of Napkin
FVn Racks, call bills,
terials taken from
am tney wiu maKe
the. 'Qld Settlers will.
a mm . a X .a
prize veryiighly. venave tnem on
sale for ar few days only.
I have a large
Rings, Ink Wei
etc., made of
Geo. H. KiMSlm
FAIR AN1 ART STORE.
THEY ARE BARGAINS.
A car load ot handsome bed room suits going
at the following prices.
Remember we have only one car load to dis
pose of at the above manufacturer's prices.
iRK aad 1527 ; :
l?4;iS3 and 128
i uxna JLr
m m ..i. ii : a ii