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TTIF. ATW3ITFJ. SATURDAY. MARCH 30, 1895.
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CALLaET SUsJII HWlHi
Varsato at Bock IsUb by Barner ttoase Pkar
ftCf WBJUsi Ctssaiania, Orsgglst. MaUasV
MUCH IS INVOLVED
In the School Question Canada
Has to Tackle.
t-u IxIjj x lulli.
Tbat Province Wants ta Follow Manitoba's
Land Plan Tbat Jfay Ba Adapted by
th UoaainioB GanniMsl tm Meat tba
Case A Haaw Knlo Issard Raised Tbat
Will A Beet Enrj Provlaco Except (ja.
Ilea Manitoba News.
Ottawa March 21 Although full nav
iculars of the action taken by the Djmin-!
, . . .- .. ,..:...,- '
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l""5""" " """" I vigorous manner against the action of tho
licforsom9days.it U only now that thUjeouncii committee and all sorts of
action is beginning to be fully under- charges were hurled unmercifully at the
stood. The Dominion government has j aldermen, while a well trained chorus
uuuu two tniugs n nas oruerou me pro
vincial authorities to re-establish the sep
arate schools abolished in ISM; and fail
ing complianci by tho province the Do
minion has stated in so many words that
a federal act will be passed for the pur
pose of attaining this object. And it is at
this point that the danger of the situation
appears. The provinces have always been
jealous of their rights of self-government,
and an attempt to encroach on these
rights by the passage of a federal law to
accomplish a provincial object will evoke
a vigorous protest in every member of the
confederation outside of Q iebec
Far-Koachtng Couaeq Heaters Involved.
This cry will be especially vigorous in
Manitoba and Ontario, because a federal
law once passed for the purpose of re
establishing separate schools in a province
cannot be repealed by any power short
of tbat of the imperial parliament in Eng
land. Not only thU: if tho separate
schools are re-established by federal legis
lation in Manitoba a precedent will be
established which will permit of tho Do
minion interfering to prevent tho
Ontario legislature from divesting the
separate schools of that province of
privileges conferred by legislative enact
ment. It is because of the far-reaching
consequences involved that there is sucn
hostility to the i lea of once entering the
wedge of federal interference.
How tbe Job Will I'ralrably lie Done,
It is probable that re establishing sep
arate schools will bo done by a fixlcrul
enactment relieving Rouiati Catholic rate
payers in Manitoba from local taxation
for public schools, and giving Koman
Cut hoi io school boards power to levy rates
on their own people for the maintenance
of their own schools Further than this,
it is likely that the Dominion government
will retain a portion of the subsidy pay
able by tho Dominion to the province
under the terms of union and apply this
as a supplement to the funds raised by
local taxation for separate school pur
poses. MANITOBA LEGISLATURE ADJOCKXi
Premier Greeaway I 'resented with His
Owa fort rait by File nils.
Winnipeg, March 30 No amendment
was offered by the opposition in the leg
islature on the school question, and after
Lieutenant Governor Schults had given
royal assent to a number of bills passed
the house adjourned till May V, when
Premier Gret'nwoy will announce the
government's reply to the remedial order
from Ottawa. Members of the opposition
have all agreed with the premier that an
adjournment was the wUest course to take
at this critical period.
Immediately upon adjournment of the
legislature Premier Greenway was called
into the caucus room, where he was pre
sented with a full-length oil paining of
himself, given by the members of the
legislature as a mark of respect and es
teem on their part towards the head of
the government. Premier Given way
thanked the members for their high token
of regard. He had been sixteen years in ine estate 01 ireacricK uouglass an
tho legislature, half of that oeriod in op- ! proximates t75,00O in value. The property
position. He hoped for further years of i 13 divided among all his heirs by tho will
service, and when his government ap- which has j ust been CleX
pealed to the country he also naturally Four out of the five provinces of tho isl
hoped they would be returned again by . and of Cuba have been officially declared
about the same majority. j in a state of rebellion by the Spanish au-
A local cabinet minister in an inter- thorities.
view denies the statement of the opposl- I
tion to the effect that supporters of tbe j
government are divided as to the line of
action to be adopted in respect to the
remedial order. The assertion is repeat-
ed, however, by the opposition organ that
there Is a diversity of opinion. It says:
"There are supporters o( the government
who even urge restoration of separate
In reply to this the ministers say there
are no differences of opinion among the
members of the government side of the
house as to what course should be pur
sued by the government. Tbe session has
been so taken up with legislation and
receiving delegations to the government
and committees that it has been impossi
ble to give tbe issues involved in this re
medial order the attention that their im
portance demands. During the recess the
government will be in a position to go
carefully into the question and when the
house reassembles will ba ready to submit
their vlows to the members.
Tapper Has Not Resigned.
Tokos TO. March 30. The Toronto
World says that it has good reason for
believing that Sir Charles Tupper will re
tain his portfolio as minister of justice.
If this be so, and The World is generally
well informed politically, it shows that
tho nnminr hsjs sllnrmitod in natchlnv Dn
a truce for the present at least. The M til, 1
the government organ, gives strong denial '
to the whole resignation story. j
Tronbla Over Land la Xebraaka.
Washington, March 31-The trouble
at the Omaha and Winnebago Indian
I agency in Nebraska over the eviction of
holders of leases for tbe Indians' lands
from the i'lournoy Land company, ha
resulted In a call made upon the Indian
bureau for additional police protection,
which has been granted in the discretion
of Captain Bjck.
Diose-Lavlsaa Fight OC
Cleveland, U., March aa The con
test between Jimmy Dime and "Kid" La
ithe Cleveland Athletic club bouse on
j April 5, bas been declared off for the pres
ent because Dime's backer says that his
' man cannot get into good enough snaoe
by April 6 to meet Lavigna.
two Xiacrs Ctaaaod ta Death.
Ckxtbal cut. Cola., March i Al
fred Martin and Henry James, miners,
were crashed to death In tbe Sleepy Hol
low mlna by mass of dirt and rock
which fell cpoa them In adrifk
SOUTH CHiCASO CITIZENS WROTH.
rrwnaka Balsa Cain It Ortaia Railway
Track Are Laid.
CniCACQ, March . For a short tlma
; there was every symptom f s. riot in a
! committee room of tb city council. The
council committee on railroads has an-
noun jest itself In favor of an ordinance
granting the Calumet and Blue Island
ran way certain rights along the lake
shore ia South Chicago. South Chicairo
residents are exceedingly wrathful at the
committee, as its action would, they de
clared, destroy the Unest portion of the
The committer met to vote on the ordi
nance, and about - determined property
owns of .-South Chicago were on hand to
a"i-t In the deliberations. J. B. Tayor
and others from t-outh Chicago spoke in
took up the charges and cried out: "Jn
The committee finally decided to report
to the council in favor of tho railroad,
and when the aldermen declared them
selves they were greetod with insulting
names and chnrged with 'thievery and
Doodling." Hod not the meeting been
speedily dismissed there were evidences
that more than violent talk would have
been resorted to. The property owner
declare that if any tracks are ever laid
they will be torn up.
SENSATION IN A CONFERENCE,
Because It Is Proposed to Call in
oa President Cleveland.
Washington, March 30. Thcro was a
small-sized sensation to interrupt the
even flaw of the proceedings of tho Haiti
more conference of the Methodist church
South, which has been in session here for
several days. The Baltimore conference
is one of the largest in the church and
delegates are present from a number of
southern States. During the morning
session the announcement was made thai
the president would be glad to receive tho
members of the conference this afternoon.
Instantly the announcement had buon
made the Rev. V. T. Tongue, of Charles
ton, V. Vs., was on his f.-oS in protest
against the conferoaco going to tho White
He recalled, ho said, that twenty years
ago tho conference had refused delib
erately to call on G.-neral Grant, then
president, and ho could not sec why it
should call on President Cleveland now.
Ho thouzht it would it would look un
seemly for tho body, cuusLsting largely of
southern men, to go to the White House,
and thus depart from their chosen usage.
It was voted to go to the V,' bite House,
Obituary: At New York. Mrs. Agnes
Munroe Russell, the authoress; at Indian
apolis, Stoughton A- Fletcher, 05; at
laebanon, Ind, John S. Peters; at Jeffer
son, la., Frank L. Husscll; at Van Orin,
Ills.. John Basuh, &6; at Charleston, Ills.,
Larb Kelly, 69.
George A Corwin, representing himself
to be the head of a Chicago detective
agency, is alleged to have deserted his
wife and daughter at Toledo.
Governor Altgeld has restored the rights
of citizenship to Charles A. Churchill, of
Pike county, and Preston McNeil, of
Nearly flOO.OOO.OJO is Invested in Cana
dian wood manufacturing industries,
which have an annual wage list of $.i0,
000,000 and an annual output vulued at
fl 10,000, OuU
A rain is badly needed throughout
southern Arizona. The ranges are dry
and in some places the cattle are suffer
Heal estate and manufacturing inter
ests nro uniting to found a new manu
facturing town in Sc. Charles county.
Ills., thres miles south of Alton. Those
interested are largely Philadelphia capi
talists. France and England are having a little
friction over their African possessions, and
there is talk of war. In fuct there is war
now newspaper war.
The Ministerial association of Milwau
kee, intends to transform Sunjay in that
city into a Puritan Sabbath. A general
committee tin been apjiointcd to put a
stop to Sunday games theaters, and ex
cursions, to close tho saloons, and to re
strict tbe running of street cars. Drug
stores are to be suffered to remain open
for one hour only.
A cable dispatch from Cairo, Egypt, an
nounces the death there of Alaturin M.
Ballou, the well known editor, publisher,
and writer. Mr. Ballon was born in Bos
ton in lseo. Bailou's Monthly was the
first Illustrated magazine published in the
Spain Satisilrd with TJacle Sank
Londos, March 29. The Standard's
Madrid correspondent telegraphs an in
terview with Senor Canovas del Castillo,
the Spanish prime minister, who sold
that the government was satitiod with
the attitude of the United States in the
Allianca affair and had ordered the com
manders of Spanish cruisers and the colo
nial authorities to observe International
usages in regard to maritime action.
Bismarck's Enemies tlt Empire's Eoemios.
Londos, March W The Berlin corre
spondent of The Daily News says that
j the storm of Bismarck enthusiasm con-
j tinues to Increase throughout Germany.
! An? onf wn. hold rioof from lhe,de'
onat rations U treated as an enemy of the
ttrmnclcr Wlaa tho WreatU.
Decobah, Is., March 3 ) . The wrestling
match between Strangier Lewis and Mc
Millan, champion five-style wrestler, in
this city last night, was won by Lewis
in thtee out of four falls. McMillan won
the third fall. The match was very ex
" Declar Agatast High Hata.
EA5SAS ClTT. March Si The non
partisan Women's Christian Temperance
Union has made a decided stand on the
hat removal proposition. The organisa
tion declares against women's headgear
in church and ail Indoor meetings.
Libor TarbBlraoa ha. Mclglaas.
Bia SbELS, March HO Tho Labor party
bas resolved to placard tho streets with
an appeal to the working classes to join
in the general strike which is being ad
tocated by tho social ista and others.
VERY DELIEE3TE SUICIDc.
Tk. Prccaotiom lor Itorovery of Doily
Milwaukee, Mirch 23 Walter G.
Nicholson committed suicide by drowning
himself from the government pier, evi
dently for tho purpose of securing for his
wife his iri,00) life insurance. He left his
home, 1013 Cambridge a vecuc,. leaving a
note telling of his intention to drown
himself. A search was instituted along
the government breukwator. There tw
beys found a stone sl.in.fi-.! stuck in a
c"evcj on which was Inn inscription:
UlJ Cambridge ava. N'.eho'.sou Ul-J
At the baso or the shingle wa a cro
piece nailed to tho plauki::g nnd around
its center was a clothes line. Notches
had been cut so the ro; e could net slip
nivay by the r.cMon of the waves. Tug
ging on the end was the bo '.y and they
urnjrjzed it to the surface- The ropo was
arouud tho waist and the pockets of the
dead man's clothes were filled with
stones. His fret wcro tied so ha could
not swim. Ia each of the vess packets
were found carls giving his u.imc and ad
dress. The openings 0 the packets were
fastened by safety pins, apparently for
the purpose of preventing thj waves from
washing the cards away.
Faially Shut a lurjlar.
Louisville, Ky., March 23. Tom Ow
ens was shot by Warren Vaughn while
trying to rob O. M. Watkins' grocery ut
V'M West M.-ulison street. Owuus and an
unknown accoinptica entered tho store
;tn.l ordered Wuijhn, who is 18 years old,
.-i;;il a clerk in tiio ilae to give up tho
easru Ho re(u.-ed and- six shots were
lirui at him. Owens was shot twice in
i no abdomen. I Us wounds may be fatal.
The police bjiijvc Otvcns to bo an cx
No Mora Prisa Fights iu Philadelphia.
PniLAULl'UIA, March CO. Tho jury in
tho case of Charles McKecver, Charles
McCarthy, and Jack Fogarty, charged
with engaging in a prizj light at tbo
Winter Circus building on Jan. 24 and 2d
last came in with u verdict of guilty,
after being out two days. This will put
an end to boxing contests in this city, as
this was a test caso. Superintendent
Linden has said that ho will enforce the
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A battle for blood is what Hood'
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health. It cures scrofula, salt
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Hood's pills act easily, yet prompt,
ly and efficiently on the bowels and
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Children Cry for
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Tens r.t thousands sold to every
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amplea of Cloth anal 60-tf-e
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K. W. Car. Stats and JtJtsoo U.
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IB each trial that men say Let
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consequence of her feverish anxiety over ., .. , that intense exhaustion, and your natural
extra work is depletion of the blood, the source of all I fatigue at the close of the day will give way to fresh ac
life and strength, manifested in that weak, tired, ner- J tivity in the morning. Then fore we say, besides clran-
voua coudition too prevalent at
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"Now that house cleaning; Io upon ns, I know
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Hiscerd, Tully, New York.
"I take Hood's Saraaparilla every spring, and it is
the enly medicine I use through tho year. It en
ables me to do my house cleaning and farm' work
all through the summer. It helped me very m'tch
for palpitation of the heart. I think Hood's gar
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take it wil2 never be without it. I have also used
Hood's Pills and they are tho best I ever tried."
Mxs. F. H. Axs&EWS, South Woodstock, Conn. .
Hood's Sarsaparilla I
My nerves were in such a eondition the closing
of a door wsa sufficient to throw me Into a spell
of trembling which would last for hours. This
was after a severe attack of the grip, which shat
tered my health. I could not sleep, my food dis
tressed me, and I had darting pains through my
shoulders and back. At the suggestion of a friend
I tried Hood's Sarsaparilla. After taking one
bottle, my food no longer distressed me, and my
nerves were quieted. Have taken three bottles and
I am cored. The asthma trouble, from which I
have not been free for years, has entirely disappeared.
Hood's Sarsaparilla baa done wonders for me, and I
am glad to recommed it highly." Mrs. Luchtda
BcsTELXa Korth Dartmouth, Massachusetts.
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a few vbits aud ceaa to return.
An rnlncr.tlTsircwfnl Pneclalio! in a'l hrnnlc
dlfeases. irrn hr the bipt cures t-ffected In
chrome cases, which hal biftted lbs skill of all
ouitr pbyaicnuis, will b at the
Rock Island House,
Rock Island, III.,
Thursday, April 4, 1895.
(One day only) and return once excrj 28 dyf.
Office Hocks 8 a. m to 7 p. m.
nuhoapirsl experience and sxtcnaive practice
hiv made him so prn4c!ci.t i hat be can name and
locate a disease In a few momenta.
Treats all eniab'.e eases of Cs'arrh. Nose.
Throat and Inn; d.nU". Evs and Ear. dtnmscb.
Liver and Kidneys. Gravel, Kliecmstlrm. I'arals
sts. NearsJia, Nervous sud Heart diseases,
Bbd and f-k'.n dle&rs. Brtzht's disease and
Consumption in carl; rutgea, diseases of ibe BVad
oer and Female organs.
A never failing remedy for B'.g Keck.
Every ese of Pn.ru. FisrrL. and ErrrrBi
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Sexual weakness and Private Dis
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Byphlllis. OonoThoe. Ptrkstnre, Oter. Spsrms
tor'h e. Aemlcal Weakness, unt Manhood, and
tbe effects of earlv vice or excess, isrodacina;
Knit's tons. Denility. Mervonme-a. Disxicrs
DerrctiTe Mrmory. etc.. which rnias nuod and
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.. . r Oakwaoa Boolevard, Chicago, DL
lUU H ms Glob gaaH of CTlcago. .. ,
the house take care I dangerous if allowed to continue. What every man 1
wife feels bound to land woman needs ia the Sprins is Hood's SarsaDs- i
annual straggle withjrilla. It keeps the
too liable thus
most im- T -mr w bodily
this season and very ing your house, be
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
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Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
lias the most replete Hue of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
nor jecoed mm.
J. T. I3IXON
And Dealer in Aen's
J0H5 SCH1FES, Priprie or.
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The choicest Wine, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on hand
Fras Lasca svaty ay. - ' iadwlctss fcrihasl sa short aotlea.
blood vitalized and enriched, and
sustains the nerves and holds nil the
functions in strength and regular 1
sure to take Hood's Sarsaparilla to i
' Last spring I had to give np work, being enable
to walk to my place of employment, a distance of
only halt a mile. I suffered almost incessently
from sick headache. I had racking pains all over
my body. The least exertion would tire me cut.
Going np ono flight of stairs would make my heart
beat at a terrible rate. I was induced to take
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and now, after taking less than
two bottles, th3 pains and acheo have all left me.
I have only had a slight headache once since.
Hood's Saraaparilla gave me a good appetite, asd I
can now do m hard day's work." Uiss Elsis
Jknkixs, Queensbnry, Kew York.
has been poor for a good many years
before I began to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Finally
I decided to take Hood's and can honestly sey that
it has done me more good than any and all other
treatments. I was troubled with dyspepsia, food
distressed me, and I had but little appetite, was
weak and nervous. In fact my trouble bordered on
nervous prostration, from which I had previously
suffered. I took Hood's Sarsaparilla last Bumraer
and it did me ever so much good. It does not seem
as thongh I am the same person. My appetite is
greatly improved, I am. less nervous, have more
strength and a can eat heartily withoct distress.
8uch a eondition was unknown to me before taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mas. G. C Clay, Bane, Vt.
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