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no end of work
For Congress to Co About When
It Meets Next Monday.
HEAB 1,500 BILLS TO DISPOSE OF,
Ar Prints AMaln w, X
WU1 Ckalleas ud Obtala Attatiw-
Fadfle BaJlwajr Mearara la Vrcaat-.
Traaanrer If wfaa Bcawria at StWI mt
Sa.0oe.ooo, 17,000,000 Vmm TWa It
Waa Trar As.
Washinston, Not. SO. It la not prob
able that tbe houae at the coming; aea
aion of congresa. which beglna a week
from today, can dispose of much of the
proposed legislation which encumbers
its calendars. Little is usually accom
plished at the short session beyond the
passage of the regular supply bills.
The question of legislation for addi
tional revenues for the government will
depend on the senate, to which body
the house sent the Dingley bill al
most a year ago. Should it be im
possible, or be deemed inexpedient, to
press that measure through the annate
there Is of course a possibility that the
proposal to increase the revenues by
an additional tax on beer or the im
position of a duty on tea. coffee, eta,
may take tangible form, and if so
such legislation must originate la the
lower branch of congress.
Xearly 1.SOO Bills m the Calcodar.
There are on the several calendars
of the house 1.465 bills reported from
the various committees, and the pro
portion which will pass at the coming
session must be necessarily almost in
finitesimal. Most of them are private
bills (of which there are 1.100). but
three are also 254 bills on the calendar
on the state of the union and ninety
nine public bills on the regular house
calendar. Some of these are of very
great public Importance, and those In
terested will no doubt do all In their
power to secure action upon them. The
powers lodged In the hands of the com
mittee on rules, which give the mem
bers of that committee control of the
house programme, will make that com
mittee the practical arbiter of what
shall be submitted to the house for Its
Important Bills on the IJaU
The bill which in many respects Is
fraught at this time with most Interest
and which will press hardest for con
sideration Is the Pacific railroad fund
ing bill. The bonds guaranteed by the
government are payable early in the
coming year, and either an extension
or foreclosure stares the roads in the
face. For eight years funding bills
have occupied a good share of the
attention of congress. The war claims
committee promises to renew Its aggres
siveness for the passage of the claims
awarded under the Bowman act and
the French spoliation claims. These
claims, the former amounting to $562.
459 and the latter to $2,708,196. were put
on the sundryclvil bill at the last ses
sion as a rider of the senate, but the
bill was vetoed by the president and
they were then dropped.
Of Interest to the Newspapers.
The bill to cure the abuses of the law
relating to second-class matter, by which
newspaper matter is transmitted at one
cent per poilnd and which has been the
subject of much clrticism of the post
office department because of the ad
vantage taken ot the law In various
ways for the transmission of books and
pamphlets, will also be pressed. Among
theother bills are the Wads worth bill
for the creation of a bureau of animal
industry for the Inspection of meat and
the regulation of the transportation of
live stock, the immigration bill, the
Chickering bill for ascertaining the
feasibility and cost of a ship canal
from the great lakes to the Hudson,
and several Important public land bills.
REPORT OF TREASVRER MORGAN.
Foots l"p a Deficit of Mora Than Twenty.
rra Million no'.lara.
Washington. Nov. 30. The annual re
port of Daniel N. Morgan, treasurer of
the United States, shows the net ordi
nary revenues of the government dur
ing the fiscal year ended June 30, 1896,
to have been $326,976,200 and the expen
ditures $352,179,446, leaving a deficiency
for the year of $25,203,246. or $17,601,977
less than during the preceding fiscal
year. The report shows that during the
last fiscal year there was an Increase
of $7,863,134 in the receipts from cus
toms, $3,341..192 from internal revenue
'sources and $2,479,622 from miscellan
eous sources, and a loss of $97,823 from
the sale of public lands, making the net
Increase in the receipts $13,586,125. The
decrease In the expeditures amounted
After giving In detail theamounts
realized from the different sales of
bonds, the total amount of bonds being
wz.iib.vw ana me total receipts $294.
164,295. he proceeds: "While tbe cash
balance in the treasury has afforded a
comfortable working fund, and would
have done so without augmentation
from loans, the gold reserve has been
the cause of much concern, and has
been maintained only at the cost of a
fresh issue of bonds and by the volun
tary contributions of banks and finan
cial Institutions. With the excentlon ot
a brief period in the autumn of 1895 and
another in the spring of 1896 the rutins
rates of foreign exchange were such
throughout the year as to permit, if not
require, the export of gold. The move
ment began in volume the first week in
August and continued with & short in
terruption till toward the end of Jan
"At first the demands upon the treas
ury for gold were limited to the wants
of exporters, but in December consider
able withdrawals began to be made
by others, the amount increasing dur
ing January and rising in February,
when heavy payments were made Into
the treasury for bonds, to nearlr 120 -
000.000 for the month. Under this drain
the reserve gradually sank until Feb.
10, 1S96. when it stood at $44,563,493.
It was then rapidly built up from the
proceeds of the sale of bonds and
rose to $128,713,709 by March 31. After
inconsiderable variations In the reserve
during April the export of gold was
resumed on May 1. and this movement,
together with the continued withdraw.
als not tor export, again put In opera
tion the process of depletion. There
was an almost dally decline until July
23. when the official figures for the
reserve were $89,669,975.
"At this point the bankers ot the prin
cipal cities joined together la a more-
sr.ent of relief, the result being that
the banks and financial inrtirutions de
posited gold la exchange for paper cur
rency and restored the reserve to $110.
782.40? by Xr-g. 4. After the d:sccn
tlnuanre of these operations the free
gold again declined gradually to $100.
957.561, where It stood on 8-pt. $, la
the latter half of August there oc
curred a favorable turn In foreign ex
change, which had the effect, first, of
checking the outflow of gold, and later,
of setting In motion a rapid current
In the opposite direction.
"As sr-me of the imported material
wss brought fnr the purpose cf supply,
ing the Inland demand nfr currency,
and as the preference which was man
ifested in the Interior for gold had not
yet become a farter In the situation, a
great part of the early Inflow found Its
way Into the treasury Inexchangefur pa
per. In the fifteen months
ended with September last the with
drawals of crtd from the treasury In
redemption United Ftates notes and
treasury notes snwunted to the Im
mense sum of $192,97206. while the net
gains of gold from all sources attained a
total of $98,138,902."
The public debt outstanding June 20,
1896. Is shown to have been $1.769.40.223,
and on June 20. 1S35. $1.676.I0.S3. Ac
cording to the revised estimates of the
Opartment the total monetary stork
on June SO. 194. was !.14..&71. as
compared with $2,348,838,571 on June 30.
195. Since the close of the fiscal year
this loss has been fully recovered. ch lc f -ly
by the Importation of gold.
FIFTEEN THOUSAND FOR A FIGHT.
faa Maart oera That Mmtrn tor a CarWt.
Dallas. Tex.. Nov. 80. Saturday Dan
Stuart received a private telegram from
a friend In New Tork city announcing
that the police commissioners had de
clllned to grant a permit to Warren
Lewis for a limited round go between
Corbett and FUzslmmons at his Pea
side Athletic club. Stewart sent for a
reporter of the .Associated Press and
made known his Intention, authorizing
the publication of the following: "I
have offered a purse of $15,000 to he
contested for by Corbett and Fltxsim
mens In a fight to a finish fur the
championship of the world. Each prin
cipal must deposit $2,800 as a guarantee
ot apperance in the ring.
"The time and place shall lie an
nounced when the men have signed ar
ticles cf agreement, and the full
amount of the pur?e will be deposited
when the signatures of Corbett and
Fitzslmmcns have been obtained. This
Is my offer and It has been wired to the
principals. It Is open and above hoard.
That is the only kind of a game that I
play, and I mean business. I shall
leave for the east in two or three days
to secure the signature of Corbett. The
battle-ground has been selecfd and
there need be no fears on that score.
The propositions speaks for Itself and
will be carried out to the latter."
ENTIRE FAMILY BURNED TO DEATH
Terrible Fate of Lather Oreesmaa, Bis
Perry. N. Y- Nov. 30. The home of
Luther Gr,eenman. a farmer four miles
northeast of this village, was destroyed
by fire Saturday morning and the en
tire family, consisting of five persons,
was burnd to death. The dead are:
I,uther Green man. aged 40; Mrs. Green
man, ajrrd 37; Amie Greenrrnn, nged 8;
Lottie Gremman. aged 3; ArthurGroen
man. aged 11 months. The building was
entirely consumed. All cf the bodies
were recovered in a horribly charred
condition. The fire was undnuhtetdly
caused by a defective stove pipe.
Preliminary Meeting a Raeerm Already.
Indianapolis. Nov. SO All but thres of
the cities to whirh Invitations were sent
by fe board of trsdo for a preliminary
conference to consider the subject of a na
tional convention of commercial bodies
on the money qu stion have mailo re
sponses. Timse whirh have annonneed
natively that they will be represented by
dolcgntes are Chicago. St Louis, Cincin
nati, Cleveland, C-.lnmbus, T4 do, De
troit, Milwaukee, St. Paul, Minneapolis
and Vlu Moines. Puurla and Grand
Kpids have sent word that thor will
pro. nlily send delegates. Louisville, Kan
sns City and Omaha am the throe cities
which havo snt no roplr.
Ylllara's Girt t. a (irruiaa Town.
Berlin, Nov. 30. The result of the
election in the United htat-s has
brought a windfall to the town of fcpey
er In the shape of a donation of $35,000
from lienry Villard. The pastor ot
that place has recently been trying
to obtain subscriptions to a hospital,
and Vtllard was approached during his
recent stay there. He promised that
If McKinley won he would give the
whole sum required. This promise has
been kept and the foundation stone
of the new hospital wlil be laid next
Testing a IVath Maebia.
Columbus. O.. Nov. SO. The first trial
of Ohio's electric death machine. Just
set, up In the state penitentiary here,
was made with a large bulldog as the
victim. He was strapped in the chair
exactly as a man would be. and the
hair shaved from his body where the
electrodes were applied. Fifteen hun
dred volts were turned on. Death was
apparently Instantaneous. The machine
will be tried In the presence of the pris
on managers with a mule for a victim
Pays Allertoa Has e CiKh.
Chicago. Nov. 30. "Samuel W. Al
lerton will be our next secretary of ag
riculture, and Chicago has got there
again." said C W. Baker, secretary of
the National Live Stock Exchange, as
he returned from a visit to Canton. He
and other gentlemen had visited the
presidnt-elect to advance the Interests
of Allerton. because he represents, they
set forth, the great agricultural inter
ests of the country better than any
Opiatoa or German Bimvtalliats.
Berlin. Nov. 30. The federation of
German blmetallists has issued a state
ment expressing the belief that Mc
Kinley's election means furtherance of
International bimetallism, and adding
.fcat they are relying on the Republic
an party to promote these ends, ac
cording to the pledges in Its platform.
OMelal rasrrasa of losra's Tote.
Ds Moines, Nov. 30. The Iowa official
canvassof the voteon president has been
completed and Is as follows: McKlny.
289.293: Bryan. 223.741; Parmer. 4.S16;
Levering. 3.J32: B-ntley. 352: Malcbett.
453. McKinley s plurality, 65,552; Mc
Kinley a majority. 59,939.
ROBBED AND SHOT
County Treasury at Dallas, Tex.
Loses Its Cash.
E0B2E&S 8TJ0CHD XI 80APTfO,
are Saala aa a stopty to a Fa sills si
aa After Thsaa Baa ana Pot Sa,aM
-Hatasa Kills Mis Wafts mm Bli.iW
laa.nat Maa lyaeaoa la Ptaew
Dallas. Teau. Nov. . At the hour
of midnight yesterday Ave pistol shots
In rapid succession ta the vicinity of
the court novae attracted the police
to that building. W. E. Cos. county
treasurer, was found la his office with
blood oozing from a wound In the back
of the bead. He waa la a dated con
dition and very excited frame of ml ad.
He Mid he had been working very late
la order to get the affairs of the office
la ahape to retire In favor of hie suc
cessor. Neat midnight two men ap
peared and one placed a gun t bis
tempi and ordered him to open the
vault. He did so. and an the valua
ble papers and contents of the Inner
vault were examined by one of the rob
bers. t A war wNa 0 Sort of Money.
After placing a ronsiderahio sum of
money la a canvas sack the robbers
withdrew from the vault. Coe sclcd
his pistol and shot at the robbers. The
latter returned the fire, hitting tbe
treasurer In the bark of the bead. In
flicting a bad scalp wound. The treas
urer says the robbers secured rt.t a.
and be la confident that he shot and
badly wounded one of his assailants.
The police force and a large number
of deputies with blood bounds are on
the trail of the robbers.
MADE A TEST FATAL MISTAKE,
Lot a Madias Stray Vm Vuta He Had
SBBS0j M SH4aa
Marlon, Nov. 20. On Oct. St last
Henry Powers, a farmer residing five
miles north of here, escaped from the
Insane asylum at Columbus. The asy
lum was notified by Sheriff Shaw, and
was told to allow Powers bis liberty
and await developments. This waa
found to have been a serious error, as
yesterday morning about o'clock.
Powers went to the barn, secured an
old musket, and placing the barrel
close to his wife head blew the top of
her head off. Three of the children es
caped to a neighbor's houae, leaving an
Infant of 14 months In bed.
After killing his wife Powers reloaded
the musket, went Into a potato patch
$00 yards away and shot himself. Upon
seeing herfather leave the house the eld
est chlld.a girl of 15,re -entered the houae
and carried off the baby. After shoot
ing himself the maniac walked back to
the house and fell beside his wlfe'a
RAD TO BATE THEIB FTN.
No EvMenes AgaJast This Maa. bat tha
Mob Hanged Hlai "All Bight,"
Gainesville, Fbx. Nor. SO. Alfredo
Daniels waa lynched near here. Dan
iels was suspected of being a mem
ber of a band of barn burners that has
been at work In this vicinity recent,
ly. and waa arrested at bis home.
Deputy Sheriff Rives started to Gaines
ville with Daniels, but had not pro
ceeded far when he waa met by a
mob of masked men. who demanded
the prisoner. Rives demurred, but when
the masked men threatened to shoot
The mob told Daniels he could bave
five minutes In which to pray. Daniels
denounced the masked men aa murder
era, ( and said they would be punished
for killing an Innocent man. While
Daniels was still cursing the molt he
was swung to a limb and riddled with
bullets. There was practically no evi
dence against him.
Dastardly Dead of Assassination.
Ashland. O.. Nov. 30. The Sunday
quiet of Perryvllle. this county, was
disturbed by the foul murder of Horace
L. Stearns, a highly respected cltlsea
there. The murder was committed by
Ellas Kelster. a worthless man, who
has had a grudge against Stearns fnr
msny years. About 9 o'clock Stearns
returned from taking his cow to pas
ture. When he reached the house for
merly occupied by K tester he stepped
to the window and peeped In and then
returned to the street, going towards
home. When a short distance from the
house Klester. armed with a double
barreled shotgun, stepped out of the
door and fired one shot Into Steams
baca. - He fell forward and died In
stantly. Klester was at once arrested.
Saleide Deaeribrs fits rtytag FmIIssj.
Chicago. Nov. 30. A man giving the
name of K. L. Bryan, who is thought
to have come from Pittsburg, commit
ted suicide at the Kimball hotel early
yesterday by taking laudanum. On a
table was found a note-book In which
he described for twenty minute the
feelings he exferienced as he was dy
ing. The statement was dedicated to
medical science. He had taken great
care to conceal his Identity
si'UI Ho McKinley PrtVsto gears fry.
Cincinnati. Nov. 30. The Commercial.
Tribune's special from Canton. O.. says:
Charles Gates Dawes, of Evanston. Ilia,
who is a member of the Republican
national executive committee. Is slated
for President-elect McKlnIeys private
Mada by tbe Haaif of Morally.
London, Nov. 30. Tha queen has s?nt a
blue woolen hood and a pink and cruita
quilt marked "V. R. L." made ty her-clf,
to the meeting at Frogmore Housa of the
county needle-work guild, of which Prin
cess Beatrice Is president.
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Har-Tuaotsr. I WlM..
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annas Fait at aaawa. lSc
Ens rVssk. 18c,
Children Cry for
Cottle Batcaom toy for noes MWsii Hea
4et coos ana hsfrrta, fKesrajc: esifaa. I
Isle Nervine Is m
elector te Tfceanda,'
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bo raMdtw at Owrea Bay. writss
Marc et. KM. as Uilvmt
T!a years ago I btvaae to aarrotn that
Borstal work aa a burd a. I could antec
at Bight oa anroaot of Wt.1ri aa, 1f
attoatloa was rsU.4 ta !r. KiW Bonum
tl 3ervta,aad I ctmmeamud te use tt
wna tbs very be rSec. Stars tbea I
bare krs a tonUo ta say bnaae and ae tt
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Hy tos aaaiv good fTMiiio. Mr ana ah
takas It for aervoaannas
wiia like arver tuning
enure sa. I bave rnnrua
aiuaflfd tt totoatiy and
It rates thrak All bo
safer from aervo
trouMos abould Vrr It.
It la teas from aamriim, perfectly barm
teas, aad yet enoUira and tragbrs. Dr.
Miles. tttroaCB tuts Inrrloa te a bmrfartor
tOt4LubtM:.M A.C LEMMAS.
Fdlww and pnnwtrtnc r4 tca Lasnsaaa.
Dr. Miles Srrvloo is !! 00 gsaraatee
Bret botlio will beocfll or tuoory refunded.
A Large Proportion
of tha merchant tailoring Lusi
' nets of Bock Island oomee oar
wtj, not without reason, for we
tarnish sot only the largest and
beet slock of materials for suits,
trousers sod overcoat, bat be
cause we hive practical mo
nopoly ia tbe art of cutting asd
fittia;. If job aee a gtjlitb suit
70a tomj be certain HOPI E
QISEASE8 of Kya, Ear,
Boas, Throat, Langs,
StOBatth, Skia aad Blood.
Rupture eured without aae
BOOMS M aad 17, llohf aaai
BaUdlag, corner Second
aad Maia aireeta, Daren port.
a. at. to lz m. aad 1 to
p. m. Evenings, Wadaea
das aad Satardara. 7 to t p.
m. Saadsje, 1 to I p. m.
The only aafe. tmra aad
reliable Female Pill ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommended to
married Ladiea. Ask for
and take no other. Skxd roa cracrXAa
Price fl.00 per box. boxea lor A6 00.
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fmt mrr.Ut ovt aaaw bo M IWi iniwna
oatittias ana sst Ubany.
To thn East via the
R. I. & P.
Iarnr ctifN eayat
La Mace Uisu.. m
L ttars lnl..pfl....
Twr-ale rt otaK.
or rsr..M .... .
Ar i"-ti' ,
Ar Oalut2ika..... .
r St lls. ....
ar ta,tur.... .
At MaMoaa ...
mj Tarra baoaa .......
a na .nj
is 11 aa
lu as 1
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines east of Peoria earry thrcagh
eoacbea asd aleealng can oa algal
tralnt to priacipla cH'us.
Oca. Ticket a rest.
Sawed building stone,
AMir and tri.nrrjs
For chbapncr-a, derabllit and
beauty exocld t y noae. Thil
tone doe not wash or color the
wail with aUeli. ate. Plane aent
as for estimaUi will reoeive
careful atlentiou and le ret a rued
promptly at our etneoae.
Quarries IX tnUt-i from Rock
Island on the C. H. At Q. E. E.
Tra'cs Soa. 6 aad 10 wiil atop
aad let TlsiUrri off a&d ta.
Brld.e stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Pemples cf 8toa aad Photoi cf
BaUdlage oaa be aaea at Boom
So. It, Ultcheil 4k Lyaie'i bail
Arthur Borratl, manaircf.
Rock Island or Colona. III.
vsaba mm ,ww
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Avenue.