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EUMttLRY OF BBITaIFS CLAIMS.
Chicago, Feb. ft Matthew Brown,
saloonkeeper, wishing some carpenter
for Infants and Children.
ITT j re rtwwiHw ot CuttU with tha ytwup of
i af ywwt a, twH as epeeA af It wHheet rint
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rid nan ww fcae wa. It e toalea, CMIdrn Into It. It
grlvwo taosn nsalta. It wlll iite tapir lives. In it Mettiw bare
saanothiasi which to ahaolately safe aaa praetioaHr fact ar a
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Castarla emraa Diarrhoea aad Wind CaHa.
C astasia rsllsvoo Taatklag Tr plea.
Caotasta ewo?saCeaatlpaMoa aad Watalaaey.
Caatarla nenl i allaae tha oawcto at earTbwato acid gaa or aoleoaoaa nlr.
CaetaHa dee a at oontala aaarphlaa, opiuja.or other aarette arapwrty.
Caa4aa-ta --r'-two taa feed, reflate taa aiasaaca aad aawala.
mHtrnm aaaltay am aataral al p.
Caatarla to yat ap la a-afaa Wttlee ly. It to not sold In eaTfc.
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that H to "Jaet ae awed' and "wttl answer every parpeae.
tea that yaa aat OA-S-T-O-R-I-A. ' '
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
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Comment ef the Londoa Tlaaea Ezplerer
Stanley aa Advocate mt the America
position oiaejra Moot Tlgerema Expree-
. stoaa ladoraed Cabaa Mewa.
Losdox, Feb. 6. Clements Markham,
E. R S., president of the Royal Geograph
ical aeciety, oontribntes a two-column let
ter to The Times this morning minutely
describing all the cartographic evidence
obtainable In the society's map room
bearing on the disputed boundaries of
Guiana from the year 1670 onward. Be
says that by the treaty of 1814 the Dutch
ceded a portion of Guiana including the
Essiquibo basin to Great Britain, and
that Spain, then the sovereign of Venezu
ela, was a party to the treaty. "As the
inheritor from Spain of that sovereign
ty," the letter gees on to say, 'the Vene
zuelan republic is bound in honor to ad
here to the treaty ot 1814, which abro
gated aU previous claims ever made by
Spain and secured to Great Britain the
sovereignty of the whole of the Essi
Basis of Britain's Claims.
After then detailing Schoroburgk's ex
plorations Markham contends that the
concession of tho Yuruarl valley, which
was British territory, to Venezuela shows
that nothing could have been further
from the thought of English statesmen
than an infringement of the Monroe doc
trine. He concludes that even if the terri
tory which Venezuela claims were ad-
judgod not to belong to Great Britain, it
does not follow that it belongs to Venez
uela. Great Britain's right, he claims,
rests on discovery, on a Dutch possession
of three centuries, on effective occupation
and on a treaty.
Times Comment en the A bore.
The Times remarks in an editorial on
the above letter: "Mr. Markham is a
high authority and his conclusions are in
substance identical with those reached by
ez-Chicf Justice Daily, of New York. It
is not easy to see how his arguments can
be act aside. That we should be willing
to submit any part of such a controversy
to arbitration is a signal testimony to the
prevailing desire among us to prevent the
peace being endangered by a pcrpoater
ous quarrel." The Times concludes by
expressing disappointment that despite
the expressions of good will in America
neither tho executive nor either house
of congress has yet made any public ad
vance toward an amicable arrangement
STANLEY IS FOR UNCLE 8AM.
AfYlcaa Explorer Holds That the Amor.
. lean. Are in the Bight.
NEW York, Feb. 6. Henry M. Stanley,
the African explorer, now a member of
the British parliament, has written a let
ter to Major J. B. Fond, ot this city,
touching the Venezuelan question. He
says: "Now, on this Venezuelan subject
I am entirely on the side of America, but
I must admit that I am not surprised that
the British papers backed up Lord Salis
bury and diScr from me. Taught by the
virulent remarks of your journals, I had,
of course, devoted much time to under
stand it, whereas English editors were ex
ceedingly ill-informed about the matter.
"Then there are two or three injudicious
remarks in Olney's dispatch which put
British backs up, but after reflection it
is wonderful how many have come
round to my opinion, that whatever tho
transgressions of Olnov may be there is
a great deal ot justice in the American
demand. I feel quite sure now that so
much is admitted it will not be long be
fore the opinion becomes general that we
were in the wrong in refusing arbitra
tion, while the more I think of Olney's
dispatch the more impressed I am that Ol
ney could scarcely have written otherwise
than he did.
"For I arguo that had he contented him'
self with the usual suave tone of diplo
macy he would not have sucoecded in rous
ing the attention of the nation to the nec
essity of settlement. His dispatch would
have loin quietly buried in tho archives of
the foreign office, whereas now every
Englishman knows sufficiently of the
subject to distinguish right from wrong,
and whllo there is still a majority who
take the dispatch to be an affront to
British dignity, there is a minority in
creasing in numbers who think that
British honor would be best consulted by
considering the justice done to Venezuela."
ANOTHER BUTCH En T AT fcMICAUU. I TWllfio. RnuPTTMFS FALL OUT.
Then Jeetiee a the Beady aaa :
Bawareaa- Baa a CI
Wiksipbs, Man., Feb. . -A desperate
linnHniv aWmw i i i i il hutwrna tvO I
work done, called early yesterday morn- burglars who fell oat as they were about
ing at the home of Richard Klattke, a ear-1 rot, a house. John Kankerville shot
penter living at 807 Berteaa avenue, lake ( William Smith and buried him in the
View, and was surprised to find the house . anow. Notidna- a movement In Smith's
stlU as the grave, knowing that the faro- body ha returned and fired three more
ily was usually awake early. He broke a ,hot, into gmith, stabbed him thrice, and
window-pane and soon found the reeaon nded hil hcad with a revolver. He
for the stillness. Every member of the
family waaeoM to death. Their names
Richard Klattke; Kate Klattae,
his wife; John Klattke, his father, aged
73 years; Wilhelmina Klattke, bis moth
er, aged 71 years; Mina Klattke, daugh
ter, aged 9; Anna Klattke, aauKnter.agea
8; Emma Klattke, daughter, aged 7.
The police were notified and the bouse
entered. The scene inside was a terrible
one. - In thoir beds lay all the members
except Klattke himself. In the head of
each, just under the right eye, was a bul
let wound lust one but it had been sul-
ficent in each caae. The murderer and
then left Smith tor dead, but the latter
revived and called for help. He Is now in
the hospital and has a slender chance for
Ufa - Itankcrvlllo is under arrest. The
tnotlvs for his deed waa the fear that
Smith might tell of former shooting
affrays he had been in.
Iowa LegUatlva Xatoa,
Res Moines, Feb. ft Petitions In the
senate asked legislation against Insurance I
combinations, raising the age of consent
and defining and regulating mutual I
beneficiary organizations. Bills Intro-1
OARE3 fTParw r .
FOR GENERAL. 55i-
SUN PASTS' -
FOR A QUICK Arra iJlja?A3awg
BLASKM6 APPUEDAND APPLIED AID POLISHED WITH A eUOTnT
POLLSHZO WITH A BRUSH liar. Droa. IVopsjraVavrtasvUSA.
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Bock Island
A Woman's Youth.
Health and Hanpineaa too often
vanish with girlhood,
suicide was found on the flow of the front . duced: Appropriating 95,00J annually
room with the one bullet wound in his fur the State Agricultural society; requlr-
bead. The only sign of a struggle was In
the room where the wife lay, she having
evidently fought for her life, but without
avail. It Is believed that themnroerer
bad first stupefied his victims with chloro
form or something of the kind.
The causa was novertv and desTtonuoncv.
Klattke had been out of work since Christ
mas. There was no food or fuel in the
house, and ho bad concluded to end it all.
The pitiful Dart of the case is that he had
put his tcrribre design Into execution just
as rebel was at hand.
SAYS THE FIGHT IS SURE.
fetnart Declares That ae Earthly Pawn
Can Beat lira CaralTaL -
ElPaso, Tox., Feb. ft "No power can
stop these fights," said Stuart, when in
formed of the passage of an antl-prizo
fighting bill by the house of representa
tives. "They are coming off just as they
are advertised. Bat Masterson got in this
morning and he will have much to do
with the protection that will bo accorded
visitors. Tom O'Rourke with his two
colored wonders, Wolcott and Dixon, got
In too, so that all the fighters, with the
exception of Horace Leeds, are on the
"You can say for me that so sure as the
principals ore alive and In condition to
get into the ring on the date set for the
contests, so suro will they tlgnt and tight
to a finish. It any body evinces any
sort of doubt as to this, I will lay thuin
lour to one for any part of foO.OOO.
City of Mexico, Feb. ft The position
of tho Mexican government on the Im
pending prize flgbt is that every state in
the American union bos legislated against
prize fighting, and Mexico cannot permit
that which is condemned by public opinion
in tho United States. President Diaz is
opposed to allowing tho fight to como off.
on Mexican soil and frankly says so.
Disappearance of a Central la Man.
Cektbalia, Ills., Fob. ft This city is
much excited over tho, disappearance of
Robert J. Moore, secretary of the Centra
lia Building and Loan association and
manager of tho Opera house. He left ten
days ago for a few days' trip, but differ
ent stories are told as to his destination
and intentions. Nothing has been beard
from him, though it is now a week since
be should have returned, He is supposed
to have gone to Chicago, but friends fhere
have not seen him.
ing the examination of mine foremen.
The Blanchnrd resolution throwing out
the code revision and to appoint one man
to revise the cede was laid on the table
The house hod a flood of petitions on
woman suffrage Bills Introduced: Al
lowing druggists to sell liquors on the
payment of a mulct tax; also eliminating
the 65 per cent, feature Irom the consent
petition in the mulct liquor law; allowing
cities to bond indebteness in excess of 1,
000; providing means of cripples voting:
prohibiting insurance combines; Inspec
tion ot private banks; requiring fire es
capes on hotel buildings, three stories or
Two Cousins Die la a Day.
ToPEKA, Feb. ft E. P. Kellam, a prom
inent Kansan and long identified with
Topeka gas works, enme down to his of
fice yesterday morning apparently In
health. Feeling ill he walked home, and
soon expired, lio was a cousin of T. J.
Kellam, who died Tuesday.
When does tbe blight come? Too often
when tbe boon of motherhood ehould en
hance life's happiness. "When baby came,
benlth departrn" ie many a woman' exper
ience. But tbonsanda who bavr nrlierrd that
the vigor, eiMiiay and joy of health were gone
forever, nave been refoked aa this one. "For
nnfca Tcare vr
Not AU lawyers Good Wl
Some of our clever lawyers are not
clever at all when they are called upon
to give evidence. They can hack and
tear testimony to pieces, but when it
devolves upon themselves to make state
ments from the witness stand they are
not "in it. " Proof of tbe truth of this
assertion came out at a trial a day or
two ago. One of our celebrated lawyers
was called upon to testify. Instead of
giving direct answers to his interrogator
as be himself would insist on having
witness do his replies, or, rather.
statements, were entirely foreign to the
line of his examination. He was repeat
edly cautioned against this style of giv
ing testimony, but the warnings might
have been leveled at tbe statue in tbe
courtroom for all tbe results that ac
crued. Boston Traveller.
been afflicted with
ation and enlarge
ment of tbe ntervm.
hare railed to re
lieve. Laat May a
a total wreck -no
help forme. I learn
ed of Wild Olirr and
14 Title Tonic. Two
packages have era
anas." MRS. T.J.
em, N. V. This to
bat one of the thon.
eandn that have
been enrcd by these remeoie. Wild Olive is
a local treatment. It will nlonecnrc a mn-
ioritvof three caeca. Mrrtle Tonic rapidly
tnilda up the gene ral health and trenartbrna
the nervona avatem. Theae combination rem
edies arc the moat com inon-eenee treatment
made. Cnrra are quicker than by nay other
method and permanent. Ptivnician'e treat
ment is expenaive. diaairreeahie. nenally tncf
eetnal. Cure yourself quickly at home. The
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IVATEST KEW8 FROM CUBA.
Insurgents Reported Disgusted with the
Hawk in. Expedition Failure.
HAVANA, Feb. U. General Pando ar
rived hero on Sunday, and is awaiting the
expected arrival of General Weyler, the
newly appointed captain general, from
Spain. Fifteen men are under arrest at
Sancti Spiritus, charged with conspiracy
against the government. A story has been
put in circulation that disgust prevails
among the lnsurcent leaders over the loss
ot the steamer J. W. Hawkins and the
failure of the expedition she had on board.
These malcontents, it is alleged, hold
Estrada Palma responsible for the loss of
the alkwklns. General Gomez and Senor
Partuando, Cuban minister cf state, are
reported to be very angry over the affair.
An ensrasement of considerable im
portance is reported to have taken place
Tuesday at the village of Manjuarai,
province of Matanzas, between tbe Span
ish column, commanded by Colonel Vi
cuna and tho bands under the leadership
ot Cayito, Alvarez, Roque, and Amiovo.
The tight lasted half an hour and in that
time thirty men and thirty horses were
killed belonging to the Insurgents. A
medicine chest, arms and ammunition.
fell into the hands of the troops. The
troops lost two men wounded.
Captain William E. Mannix. of the
Army and Navy Journal, and correspond
ent of the Washington Evening Star,
came hem with letters from the United
States state department and from officials
ot tbe state of Mew York, aa well as from
President Cleveland, according to reports
here. Nevertheless, he has received orders
to leave the island, on account of having
entered the insurgent lines contrary to
the orders ot the government.
'Think It Will Inapress Europe.
Krw Yoke, Feb. ft Tba general opinion
In Wall street i that Kurupeaa financiers
cannot fail to be profoundly Impressed by
the result of the popular loan experiment.
Search for a Miming Woman.
Tacova, Wash., Feb. ft TMs state has
never before been ao thoroughly searched
for a missing person as it is now being for
Mrs. A. F. Cody, wife of a Chicago
lawyer, who disappeared Friday. It is
said that a woman exactly answering Mrs.
Cody's description spent Friday night at
Koy and Saturday night at Kelso, leaving
there Sunday morning for Kalama, A
squad of searchers has left the city to
search for Mrs. Cody between Kalama
Wisconsin Stat Fair.
Madison, Feb. ft At a meeting of the
Wisconsin State Agricultural sooiety it
was decided to hold no fair in 18U7 if it
should be decided such an exhibition
would interfere with the semi-centennial
celebration which it is expected will be
held by the state in that year. It was de
cided to appropriate f 10,000 for premi
ums for the fair to be held in Milwaukee
Sept. 21 to 2ft and of the amount over
$8,000 will be devoted to horses and cat
Pretty Sharp of Dsvino.
ST. Paul, Feb. ft A few days ago a
St. Paul grand jury Indicted Edward C
Dcvino on the serious charge of stealing a
lithographing outfit valued at 110,000 from
Gilbert J. Kicc, manager of the Union
Printing company. Devine, preferring an
indefinite term in an insane asylum to a
term in a prison, has secured his commit
ment for insanity in a neighboring town.
and the officers here don't know what to
do about it.
McCarthy and tho Irish Party.
London, Feb. ft Justin McCarthy baa
addressed a letter to tbe secretaries of the
Irish party in which he says that his
sons for giving up the leadership are
wholly personal and due to his failing
health and to the necessity for greater at
tention to his profession, upon which de
pends his livelihood. He says that he is
still full of confidence in the success of
Severe Earthquake Shocks la Cuba.
HAVANA, Feb. ft An earthquake shock
of an alarming nature waa experienced
yesterday at Santa Crux del Sur, province
of Puerto fnnefpe. House s rocked ana
furniture was thrown about, causing the
people of the city and vicinity to run In
terror Into tbe streets and fall on tnetr
knees in prayer for mercy.
Snath Dakota BepnMleaaa.
Huron, Feb. 6. The committee to lo
cate the Republican state conventions Is in
session here. Inside Information is that
the first convention for the election of na
tional Republican delegates will be at
Huron, and that for the nomination of Ke-
publican state officers at Aoeroeen.
WcU-Knowa lawna Bond.
Waveblt, la , Feb. ft Colonel Edward
Travis, a well-known citizen, died
yesterday. He served in the rebellion as
lieutenant colonel ol the rorty-elgntn
New York volunteer Infantry.
Oscar WBdsrs Bathos Bind.
Losdox, Feb. ft Lady Jane Franeesca
Speransa Wilde, widow ot Sir William
Robert WUle Wilde, M. 11., surgeon-1
oculist to her majesty in Ireland, and
mother of CsW WUde, la dead.
Hew York Financial.
Naw Tors. Fob. A
Honey on call w stron at 8ta7 per cent.;
prima mercantile paper Sua per cent,;
sterling exchange steady, with actnal buar
neas la banker' Mil at HSViUt fur do-
d and 44)a'a)447 for sixty day: postal
rate. AWWataSH and ', SSJ,: commercial
bilver certificates. o7 33744: no aalei; bar
silver. 674; Mexican dollar. Ufr
United State government bonds nrm;
new 4' registered, 113V,; do eonpons, 114;
Sfs registered. 111; ta coupon. Ill,; 4's
registered, W!: 4's coupon. Ub4; zs rcgir
tared, SB: Pacific 8 of V7. lusi
Chicago Grata aad Frsdasa,
Chicago, Feb. S
Tho following were the quotation on tho
Board of Trade today: Wheat February.
led SSe. erased eftc: Hay, opened S7o,
closed S7c; July, opened Wfi closed C74o,
Corn February, nominal, closed 27Jtc; Hay,
opened S0!e, closed BVH": July, opsned
81jc, closed 81 He Oats February, opsned
ltfee, closed ISHe; March, openel auo, closed
2Uc: UaT.-ODeneJt X19ec. closed il'le. Pork
February, open el f HI US. closed lio 23: Hay,
opened tlO.SS. closed Lara retn-uary,
opened to.SU. closed ti-StH; Hay, opened
1581, closed ii.nn.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery. IBs
crib.; extra dairy, 17c; packing stock. 7D8o.
fclgs; Fresh stock, Uo por doaenv Dreiiaes
poultry spring chickens. IcSHo per lb.;
old huns, tfK; rooster, so; turkeys. 11
(fclSc; ducks. lOittao; geeie, Sc Potntoas
Burbunks. Mra&s per bo. Sweet potatoes
Illinois, S2stto0J per boL Applet Fair to
choice, Sl.&Xi.7a per boi. Honey Whito
clover, 1 lb-sections, fnncy. iIV)l per lb.;
broken comb. luTalle; extracted, atsSc. Cran
berries. Cape Cod. &fl0rs2.8 per box.
Chicago, Feb &
Live Stock Priest at the Union stock
Yards today ranged a. follows: Hogs Eva
luated receipts for the dar. Z4,0J: sales
ranged at lJ.zj(fc.U pig. SiLVsAi-SS light,
t3.tvxd4.00 rough packing. S4.uua4.SU mixed,
aad S4.0y34.2S heavy packing ani supping
Cattle Estimated receipt, for the day.
11,000; quotations ranged at ft 35 St. 7A choice
to extra shipping stmr. 3.8S4 good to
choice do.. &&Ka4.H fair to good. Ssz&als
common to medium do.. A0J(i4J butcher'
steers, toWsJ. JJ stocker. Sa.id, feeder.
l.(IU(a.40 cow. ti.40ai.kM heifer. rilXUi
bnlK !7033.9J Texa steers, ani ti&xat-ti
Sheep Kstimated receipts for the day.
14.0J0; sales rangei at Ai.759i.lu westsrn
tS MaaOU Texas, Ci.00BS.Bi naUvaa, and la.UrA
We are showing our
Usual line of line
Dock Islabtd a Pbobia Kailwat
lv Derot First Avansa nnd wuatsth amrf
K- L. Uog. acLSL.
TKAIBS. 1 taave Annrva
Baalera Ex. The trilby. .. t & am ! 4S Mn
Peoria a fctLoui MaU et:USsm S:s asa
Kxpreas :4pm 11:1 am
Peoria Accom. Freirtt.... ?:iuin S Ma asa
Oahle Aceoanaol.lma :t an
(Wbla AecuauaortaUon...... S:inm S:at inn
fahie Aeemimodatton .... S W xn tat am
raweager trains lesvo B. I. A P. CBoHne
svenacl drtmt Svs f6 ailnstu earlier thaa tima
I riven. Train marked daily, all athat trains
I Usllr except bandar.
DcBLiwaTOB, Cbbab Raft d
" raorthera Hail war. depot that af Bnaie
street, Davenport, aa. Baflsa. sa. Tat A
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
M:Si asn bH):aeia
Wm m M ma
Wet Litrt Tra n
Reliable Goods at
1 1 .miiimi
" Ha, ,w,mn. .
a Daily. aiMuy excecn annosi
1807 EZOOND AVlallTJB. I cBaVub'ty.1
except annosv. SUmnc nsiib.
east- as. is runs uaxwnaa
LATEST HOVELTIES Of
m m fall o
OAJf sin AT
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Corn Hew, tSc
Oats Hew. Hi
eaaOL a To.
rimathv. SlstMlS: misnd. HI: wad. IT
Oi! T stougb, (TOS8; Iwlod.tesstlA,
E. F. DORxV.
The New Merchant Tailor.
16S3 EZOOItD AYS
Harper Hons Block
L ftock Island IBss sstea isvpa
Lv iter Island Stfaai SStam Itsssa
Twentieth ot Bet
ar Peons T St sm II Bl am enpa
Ar Bloomlnrton..... SOTam I it am tttpm
Arlndlsmunus ....... tSSpm S Mbsb IHwt
Ar Irotrvllle. T OS asa ft; aaa
Ar t'loeliineti. S It ass t Stan Tsnsm
Ar Uayton............. SObpsa lOSSnm Sit am
ArColombsa.....M. tHpaUMsa tSsm
Ar i Jcknotjr1Ue. . nMn SJKsm
ArHnftnashL...... lWMam I Hpm S4im
Ar bt Louis............ t Mum S BS am
Ar Lineola Set am SASpm
ar Deratyr II IS am S tt.pr
Ar Bauson.. ....... IHpm ISnltpm
Ar KranevtU eSpai SPism
Af lecalsr t S pm lta
A r Terra Hants fMtina
Bnttar Fair to choios, leoOtSe; fresh
Cattle -Battheis pay far eara fsd ateer
SHctsse; cows aad hsirsrs, laoBSHc; catvss.
aurtiig lasts. Site a anaan.
Coal SoT. 10e.
BOCK MLABD TO ST. LOCIS.
Trail leavinc Bock Island at 8.-00
a. m. earries through coach to St.
Louis, passiar through Pckin, Hav-
Ta-amf Cla-f C(Ft M'Mlsn I IBa, 8priBFneld And Lltchucia.
I L.lJr II SI Oil tal A...t.wJ Unes east of Peoria carrj throarh
coacnes ana aieepinz cats -,
trains to principle cities.
Gea. Ticket Agent.
Children Cry for
Fine Residence Lots In this
addition Por Sale on
This addition U located be
tween Twentieth sad Twta.
ty-aeoond atraeU md Tentk
aad Twelfth aveanes, aad
nearlj everr lot la it km
apoa it a fine walaat, oka,
hack berry, or other large
tree, and is already provid.
d with abundant thade.
Theae lota an la tka vary
beat part of tka city, aad
tka most desirable for resi
dence pmrpoee of mnj lota la
tka city. Apply to
ftf. M. STUKGEOS,
loiin Voile 5b Co,
IB sat Ii ii
gash. Uoora aad Bllnda,
Aad aU Uada of
Wocwark for Builder