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TOE AJtCHJB, SATURDAY. JANUARY 2, 1897.
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PHIOAOO, BOOB ISLAHb a PACIVM
. S a-nekteanbapiuehaMl o Imi.
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r,.c - p dr owner Fifth man err
tdnygnt ksreetfranh H. Plammor. Agent
DtLTur LuclUd aOiuki
ft Worthy DnW K. 0..
Omaha A Dw Rotnes
tUmaha A Mlnneapolla
Omaha Des Moines Jtx...
Omaha A Minneapolis JCz
Datvc r, Lincoln A Omaha. . .
St. V anl A Minneapolis
Denver, irt. Worth A K. O. .
tKknsea City A St. Joseph.
tBock Island A Washington.
gCblcego A Daa at otnes. . . .
Bock III an d AStnart Aeeom. .
Mntcatlne via Wilton
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t 7:48 aa
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11:15 am t 4 an
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1 0:00 as t trsups
10:80 pm t : am
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1 1:15 pot 7:16am
7:) no . 8:4lam
5:55 pm 1 6:15 pm
AJ ethers dally Telephone 10B3.
Sr.nday evenings a Pullman Blooper will be a
the depot after 10:80, which will leave or Ohlca
go at 2:65 a . m. Monday.
BURUNGTOK BOUTX O., B. A Q. BAIL
way Depot First asanas and alxieaa I
siree. m.j. rcmng. agent.
TBaiBS LBATB Mgw
St. U., Springfield, Peoria,
Bur. Quin Tift Monmontli 7:00 ait 7:85pm
Chicago, (sterling, Clinton A
Dnbnqne.... t 7 40 SB t Mtflm
Peoria, Beardxtown, Bor-
lington A West . t 8:48 pm til rB as
Bt. Pan! Minneapolis 8:" pm 8 10 as
I ttrllng, Clinton A Dnbnqne 6 f". ja i . aa m,
Bt. L., Kansas City, Denver
APac. Coast via Gralesb'rg T3S pm1 SrK an
Dally. tD.lly eacept SundayJ
QBIOAQO, atlLWAUKSB A IT PAOl
" BaUway-Kactne A Sentbweetera Dlrulot
-Depot Twentieth atraat, between fin aae
Second avenues, L. B. Greer, Agent.
TRAJBS. Imam, mm
mail and Express ;:n am IrKoa
t.Panl Express 4:00 n UrMac
Framht and AccommodaTa. B;0U am 9J0ac
Dally except Sunday.
DOOB iMLAaTD A PbOBIA BaILWAX-
Deoo First an tw' -taitr vtr
R. Stcckhonsc, Gen'l. TVt AgLt. B. L. GcS
ritAJMB, lSS ammwa
aataro x. 'Tha Trilby" 4:40 am WSfj fjn
Peotlai,8tLotllMaJll, . n:.m 8:40 pn
" 8J888 .... 1:46 pm 11:16 an
PniAamm, Freight 7:10 pm I;U0 as
Cible and Mur ftrfl Accom . 6:00 am 5:80 par
i bk- Aornmmox'Vioc 8:a0ui a JO pn
O .hie and Sharranl Accom.. 1 :86 pm 7'Ck am
Passenger trains leava O., B. L A P. (Molln.
anne) depot fly. (6; mteatac earlier than tm
ver. Trains marked dally, all 04 bar train
aUy except Sunday.
t.eet, Davanport w
lapot toot at Bra..
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a Daily birtlr azeam inno
tOotne Booth and aast. No II ntrj
v oar napioa and wast Llbarty,
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Perry Street dapot
496 ami 7 SO am
6 00 pa
7 80 am
8 20 pm
8 35 pm
8 58 pre
a 40 us
IjT hock taiano
4 40 am
7 86 am
C K 1 A 1
Lt Rock Island.
Twentieth st Depot
Ar Poaria i mi,
Ar hloumliigton. ......
Ar IndianauoUa . . .
Ar LoalsTine. . -. .. .
Ar Dayton. .... ..M .. . .
Ar Col ambus..
AT .Tacksonv lllo . ... .. .
Ar Springfield..... ....
Ar St Lonla........
Ar Lincoln..... ......
Ar Terra Hante
2 4 pro
6 85 pm
I la pm
6 16 pm
8 08 Dm
U JO pm
10 20 pm
is lo am
10 86 am
8 80 pm
T C Rrm
3 00 pm
7 00 pm
10 58 am
10 48 am
12 25 pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines e&dt of Peoria oarry tbrouel
coAohes and sleeping oars on Bight
trains to principle aitiet.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
WHY will jou snfferwith Pilea
when you can be cared by us
ing one jar of
HERRON & CO'S PILE BEMEDY.
Testimonials Furnished Free.
Enclose 50 cents to us and we
will send you one jar of Uerron
& Co's Pile Remedy by return
HEBRON at CO.
- W"Vlnitoa 8ti CHICAGO.
Corner Third an
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Ho oft A Detjsna.
tried and well known Firs Inaor
anee Companies the following:
Rochester German Ina Co.
Westchester Fire " ..
Buffalo Germna " ..
Spring G rdon ..
German Fire "
Hew Ham pa hire " ..
Milwaukee Hechanlci ..
.Hoeheeter, S 1
...Mew naren, Com
Office corner IQghteentb strpet and
Second avenue, second floor.
J Iwl, BUFORPa,
The old Fire and Time-tried
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rata aa low as any roller. '.o rompaay can affor
Boor patronage la eollelded.
We are showing our
Usual ll&e cf hoe
Fred Woltman. Jeweler
Sellable Uooda at
1804 BITCOim ATgrTDB.
ugene J. Burns
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company! repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
tour Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1890. Second At.
Harper House Block.
Cream Balm CATARRH
Is quickly absorbed.
Cleanses the Nasal
Pain and Inflamma
tion. Heals all the
Sores. Protects the
Membrane from Ad
ditional Gold, lie
stores the Senses of
Taste and Smell,
tiives relief at once
and it will cure.
COLD 'N HEAD
A particle la applied directly into the rxxtrila
and is agreeable. Price SOc at druegiaU or by mail.
KLT BROTH EES, 56 warren street. Hew York
hite Seal saloon
NEW TEAR S DAT !
Duly Observed at the National
3EVEH THOUSAND HAIB-8HATE8
the Record for Ua. W kill sea mmt
Maafter of the White Hooae Indies la the
Brrrlt Ids; Lias-Brilliant Scene fen the
East Bootn. the Uatberins; Flame of the)
Tfatltora The Floral Decoratlone MOs)
Greatest Inception Seaee de Wah.9
'Waahinaton. Jan. 2. Seven thousand
persons ahivered outside the White
House yesterday for periods varying
from one to six hours. But patience
had Its reward in every case, for the
president and Mrs. Cleveland shook
hands with every one of them. The
closing New Year's reception of the
present administration was the most
brilliant of Cleveland's whole eight
years in office, and old Arthur Sim-
mnnr. tru" president's famous colored mes-
senser. whose serviceln the While Hou;e
dates bark thirty years, shook his head
sapely as he viewed the far-reachinR
crowd from an upper window and de
clared it "Dc great inception Bence de
amaHa in the White Hooae Parlor.
The cold pray sky, that threatened
rain which did not come, served mere
ly as a foil to the brilliant rageant
that mived for hours through the forest
of tropical plants that filled the softly
liKhted parlors Inside the executive
mansion. The diplomatic corps as usual
furnished the high lights in the picture.
Foreign uniforms and decorations of
every sort, from the white and sliver
of the German military attaches to the
green and crimson silks of the Chinese
minister, almost served to pale the Parts
gowns of the receiving party and of
the official guests liehind the line. Only
a shade more sulnlued were the uni
forms of the army and navy, a study
In blue and gold accentuated by the
yellow plumes of the cavalry and the
scarlet facings of the artillery. As a
background for this display was set the
dead black of the evening dress of the
South American diplomats, worn In ac
cordance with their own social law in
such matters, and the sober morning
costumes of the civil officials.
Mr. Cleveland the renterpleee.
The centre of the picture was Mrs.
Cleveland, the most simply gowned of
the receiving party. Her dress of pale
mauve had a high niching of smoke
gray lace at the throat and at the
wrists. It was caught with butterfly
bows of the same on the shoulders and
on the plain, smoothly-banning aklrt.
Her hair was coiled high at the back
and brought in full waves from her
forehead over her temples. She was
just slitrhtly flushed by the rapid exer
cise of handshaking , but smiled as
cheerfully and shook hands as vigorous
ly with the last of her 7.000 callers as
she had with the first.
Those In the Receiving Line.
In the parlor stood the receiving
party. Those who were in the receiving
line and assisted Mr. and Mrs. Cleve
land were: Mrs. Stevenson, Mrs. Ol
ney, Mrs. Carlisle. Mrs. Lamont. Mrs.
Harmon, Mrs. Wilson. Miss Herbert.
Mrs. Francis and Miss Morton.
The following were Invited to assist
back of the line in the Bule Room. Mrs.
Wetmore. Mrs. Elklns. Mrs. Morrill.
Mrs. Gear. Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Hale,
Mrs. Lodge. Mrs. Claude M. Johnson,
Mrs. Thurber. Mrs. Dunlap. the Misses
Hamlin. Mrs. Holmes Conrad, Mrs.
Dickinson. Mrs. Eckels. Mrs. McAdoo,
Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnston. Mrs. Ful
ler. Mrs. Rufus W. Peckham. Jr., Mrs.
CraiK. Miss Harmon. Mrs. Minot. Mrs
A. A. Wilson Mrs. Ralph Gross John
son. Miss McMillan. Mrs. John M. Wil
son. Miss Wall er. Miss Price. Miss Gray.
Mrs. Mott. Miss Mary Kennedy and a
number of others.
DECORATION OF THE WHITE HOCSE.
Radiant with Adorntm-nte of Flowers of
The decorations of the Interior of the
White House were altogether floral.
Indeed little else than flowers could be
added to the simple yet elegant perma
nent adornments of the receiving suite
without sensibly detracting from the
effect of the whole. These, however,
were used of every clime and In profu
sion, and at the same time with flna
ta.-t. The first of the apartments to
be entered by the callers upon passing
thrrgh the lobby, the Red Room, so
tailed from the prevailing tone of the
hangings and upholstery, was least
lavishly bedecked with flowers,
probably because it was Intended only
for a waiting room. But Just adjoining
it the Rlue Room, famous In the his
tory of receptions, was dcorated with
exquisite taste. Tall palms interspersed
with azaleas foliage plants and gigan
tic ferns hid from view the closely
drawn curtains which shut out the light
of day from the rooms : solid banks of
the rarest flowers covered the mantels
and a beautiful and unique runner of
ivy crept along the friese. along the
cornice and around the doorways.
Over al streamed the soft light from
a hundred electric globes, suspended In
crystal chandeliers amd placed around
the walla, and the effect of the lighting
upon the delicate robin s-egg blue
tints of the silken tapestry which cov
ered the walls and the golden and blue
upholstery of the massive furnishings
was extremely beautiful.
Very appropriately the decorations of
the next of the suite, the Gree. Room,
of am irwBTBld east, and -rhile
there was ha apparent absence of flow
ers an Inspection of what seemed to be
only foliage disclosed the presence of
many rare and curious orchids and
prettily marked grasses and small
palms, all embedded in green Jardin
ieres. The Bast Room waa the glory of the
house. Since the last reception it had
been renovated completely, and It waa
fairly resplendent in gold and silver
and white. In its vast proportions the
contents of a whole conservatory of
plants and flowers were swallowed up
without in any sense crowding the dec
orations In the magnificent east win
dow stood a gigantic pyramid of green
made up of stately palms and rubber
plants towering up toward the high
ceiling, founded in masses of ferns and
grasses interpersed with big biasing
red stars of poinsettas. The three great
crystal chandeliers were the centers of
perfect Jungles of creepers and aspara
gus and stnilax. while on the mantels
were enamelled Jardinieres filled with
quaint Chinese primroses and cinera
rias, and other hrlght-hued flowers.
'EW TEAR'S DAT AT CABTOH.
rreeldent-Elee asm Wife Receive Their
Friends-OaT for Cleveland.
Canton, O.. Jan. 2. "A happy New
Tear," was the greeting offered to
President-elect McKlnley yesterday
morning by many neighbors and friends
who called to extend their well wtahes.
Mr. and Mrs. McKlnley passed the
morning receiving the many visitors.
During the forenoon Bellamy Storer
and wife, and Marqula and Mrs. De
Chambrun arrived here and were
guests of Major and Mrs. McKlnley un
til after noon, when they left for Cleve
land. National Executive Committee
man Perry S. Heath was a guest of
Major McKlnley yesterday. The president-elect
and Mrs. McKlnley took din
ner last evening with Judge and Mrs.
W. u. Day, and this morning at t:&5
they left for Clevelsmd to spend a week
with Mr and Mrs. Hanna. What will
pass Itetwcen ihe president-elect and his
political right hand ' will be the sub
ject for gossip next week.
BLOODY RIOT AT GRAND RAPIDS.
Two Foliresnrn Nearly idled and Two of
Their Aaaallanla Mist.
Grand Rsplda. Mich.. Jan. I. Two po
licemen were poundt d half to death by
a crowd of toughs yesterday, and two
of their assailants wre shot. Patrol
men Vlerglver and Harrington found
the saloon of Rommers A TTcadwell do
ing a thriving back-door business In
violation of the law. As the officers en
tered the air suddenly filled w ith clubs,
bottles and glasses. Officer Vlt rgiver
was struck over the head and felled
with a heavy hickory club. He was
drawing his revolver as he fell, and
he pulled the trigger. Several shots
were flred from the crowd and Har
rinirton menaced to get bis revolver out
and ahoot Treadwell, who was pound
ing him over the head with a beer
bottle. The next moment Harrington
went to the floor.
An officer outside sent for the patrol
wagon. A squad of eight policemen
responded, but most of the crowd had
managed to slip away. Officer Vier
giver had an arm broken In two places,
a finger broken, his nose smashed and
and awful gash across the scalp. His
Injuries are not necesrarlly fatal. Officer
Harrington was all cut up with broken
glass. Treadwell was shot In the right
lung, and not likely to recover. The
name of the other wounded man Is not
WHOLE FAMILY ASPHYXIATED.
Father, Mother and Babe Dead and Foor
Columbus, O.. Jan. 2. A special to
The Despatch from Toungstown, O.,
says: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bets and
child were found dead In bed at Struth
ers. O., yesterday morning and four
boarders In the family were In a coma
tose condition when rescued, having
been asphyxiated hy gas. Bets Is a
laborerat Struthers' furnace and seven
of the furnace employes boarded with
him. Three of them were a. work
Thursday night and when they came
In nt 6 o'clock yesterday morning found
the family dead. They carried out the
boarders and after walking around for
a time they recovered. The house Is
owned by the furnace company, hut the
latter believes the family was asphyx
iated by gas from a cook stove and not
from the furnace.
Schawl Teachers In a Wreck.
Des Moines, la.. Jan. 2. A lamssenger
train on the Keokuk and Western
south-bound was wrecked yesterday
two miles north of Norwalk It was
loaded with teachers golnx home from
the state association. The ground un
der the track was softened by the rain
so that the track spread. One coach
and the luggage car were capsized.
Eugene Chapman, son of nr. R. J.
Chapman, of Des Moines, was seriously
cut In the left temple and maydle. Con
ductor Cavanaugh was severely hurt.
Fn.lon In the Xenrnahn l(Litnr
Lincoln. Neb.. Jan. 2. The question
of a caucus of the fusion members of
the legislature In an Important topir of
discussion here. The Populists are
anxious for such a caucus and an early
one. tomorrow night. If possible, but the
Democrats know themselves to he In
the minority and are not so enthusias
tic. The Populists promise to "tote
fair." but the Democrats remember
they only got one slate office from the
Xenia. O.. Jan. 2 A eornlng mill be
longing to the Miami powder company,
located at Goes, five miles north of this
city, exploded yeaterday. killina Jarr
Kreltser Instantly, and fatally Injurlns
Joseph Happing. Loss of property. $:.
000. Stats cr Onto, Crrr or TAano, i
Lc as CoosTT. f
Frank J. Cscaey makes netb that he tae
sen or v rj,er ol the Arm "f T.l Cheney A .
eotag onetasaa is ihe city ef Toleee, r-oaaty
etate afmasali'. and that said arm mill pa. tarn
asm of ONE III SCRaO DOLLARS for sen
and every ease .4 catarrh thai eaeeol fee car d fey
iha nse of Ball's Crarrfe Care.
Kit A" K J CHtXEY
Sworn to hefore a at d safesenhad In m pres
ence tills St . dty orOescmber, A. D. UBS
, ai ' A W. SLtjao-
I r Not r; I'd site.
BaJBs Caatarik Cure i rake. larakraaUy sad seta
directly on the bleed ami asssuas earfa ca af the
system . head for testlaaoalato, free .
P. t. Cesser A Co. Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by diaggtsts. ;x.
LIKELT A SUICIDE.
McCullagh'e Death Was Probably
Not an Accident.
r ACTS 00ME OUT II TEE IKQUE8T
the Brilliant Journalist
-ash, ssoUoewd His Unas of
t'sefadaasB Ended and Threw Hi
Crams the Window Attempt to
Himself Msdo Den. S -Testimony eg
Dr. Hughes la Tory Mgninr.nl.
Pt. Louis, Jan. 2. The Inquest on the
body of J. B. McCullagh. editor of The
Globe-Democrat, whose remains were
found under his bed mom window
Thursday, began yesterday. It de
veloped the startling fart, through the
testimony of Dr. C. H. Hughea. McCul
lagb's physician, that the deceased
made what was at the time leileved
to be an attempt at suicide on Dec. tt
last. On that day Dr. Hughea testified
that he called on McCullagh and left
with him a four-ounce bottle contain
Ing two ounces of digitalis, a powerfu
heart tonic, an overdose of which worn
have the effect of paralysing the actli
of the heart- The same night MeCui
lagh took one ounce of the medic! r
enough to have caused death,
which, owing to the weak condition
his stomach, waa Immediately reje,
Met allah Onvo mm Evnalvv Answer.
When Dr. Hughea called the i -t
morning he waa greatly alarm I and
asked McCullagh If be bad tab. ,t
amount . an evasive answer bclna n.
Dr. Hughes testified that be ..
fled Mr. McCullagh had not ta. the
medicine by mistake. The pre at
once connected the startling in
stance with a rnnverwation 1 ith
McCullagh shortly before, m i, the
latter spoke of the death of
Lincoln, saving that he died
time, and that when any man h
lived bis uerfnlneoa it waa c
to go. Dr. Hughea then t
McCullagh's strange snd
ner on the day proceeding hi
and on lunvd hks teettti -positive
statement that l
1 1 1 awt
him as to
was that the rase was ore
Pfeaae foe the CJeeve hsh
Liveryman Louis C. V
personal friend of the a
also to have testified. I
to appear the examit
tlnued until today
- arlnat pr.
t to It. lie-
tec a tnra-
McK . daughter af
prletor of The SBStH
ponied by a friend, bn nt
fontalne cemetery and a i
tlon for the grave nt
y lot. Will
n phew of
will be In the MrK - fan
lam Berry Armrtc t c
the deceasi d. arrt ' ' 'tinatn y. s-
terdav morning, and Mr- I irhe ftent r.
a sister, fa expert.-! to arrive from
Meeting of Veoapsoer MeW.
A mass-meet In a of n spa per men
will lie held t. !.! f..- the pUI'Nns
of taking arrrprlate , -tlon on the
death of Mr V. i'uMirh. The funeral
this afternoon w til !- ry simple The
eight nall-bi irers have been t. .1
from the h;i1s of drtartmcnte "f The
Globe-Demi r it Th' list of honorary
pall-hearers not ' -en made out yet.
but It will tamnsan t leading oltizens of
St. Iuls. principally twpresentlng the
HORRIBLE CRIME IN KANSAS.
Tonng ftlrl rtraiatly nsrlraged nnd War
dered - Another W oman Implicated.
Topeki. Ka . Jan. 2. A I Williams,
aged 22. and Mr Jane Mayes, aged 21.
living north f Topeka. were arrested
yesterday charge I with the outrage and
murder of Ann Belle Williams, a 12-year-old
girl whose body was found In
a meadow near Eudora. The body
bears evident e of a dreadful assault
on Its person. The finger marks on the
neck ami ndltlon of the body show
that the mtir 1 rous fiend who commit
ted the assault covered up his foul
work in seal ng her lips with death by
Williams is the father of the mur
dered girl, and accuses the Mayes wom
an of the 1. The psUr agreed bi take
the girl to Kansas City la order to have
her plai ! n a poor farm, the wo-nan
to accomp.mv the girl. She says that
when they reached Kudora she became
sick snd i strange man offered to take
care ef HsS girl That Is the last she
snw of r.lle. The pair are ssyutc m
Jail attil 'h ..file, rs expc-t to prove a
s. le ne make set) wllh the girl.
THIRTEEN feJExiCANS CREMATED.
CaegM m a Whan by Ftre-BCsagll.l. lie..
amse i .... .. i, i..
City of Mexko. Jan. 2- A terrible dis
aster has occurred in the Bants .cetruse.
mine Bt. Paehuew, .me of tae .t famous
silver mines rn the country. From
some csuse not known fire nrh out In
one of the levels of th" old w nit hern
workings, shutting off the exit of ttkhr
toer Mexlrnn miners Miners Ok the
mttitde went lo work to try to put out
th-- fire and the risen. One Bmc
i.riman. Ned Riehnrem, aa i in i learned
linr. went down ta ihargi of th.
1 1 cms sawialhnf . hut
1 alien All the Mean a
fe same cans. t from burning Tte
i idles have not yet h-en
Ptiibbh Colo.. J aa. 2. Dr. Casm
Johnson, a well-known female phi .
daa. formerly of WaawlsalHui. was
found guilty of muni.r id the , . ,
degree, ghe as charged with hei ,g
caused the death of Mrs Kile A KH ry
last Slept em le-r by criminal malrat.ce
Mrs. Johnson will pmhsbly aa Sen
tenced to prison for twenty are
Bn Market tfssMem
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OtvlMren Cry for
Bay-Thnochy. r '.'feffi , rti fiBBg
Potatoes - Sac
Bansi Fast as the lea. it frees emamry
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Health Is the Sursb.ne of home. Ii.tr y,,, got
It? If not. consult
Ors. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
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