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Mil A ReUB, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2. 1898.
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E. C. WEST'S
NERVE AND BRUIN TREATMENT
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JUDGE RODGERS LAW
It I Causing the Interior Depart
ment Officials No Loss
MEAT INSPECTION WILL PiiOCESD.
Drrlaloti Darlarlna; It I uluaful U lad
l"P4m a Largely TcrbalraJ lteerrU
That Bayer Uot Away Cablnat Wander
What It la (rning to Do About JIu.-.lcra
t roaianaalera I'ublle Debt SUteineut
Fropend Ueniorlal lablet.
Washington. Alarch Z. Tl.e doclsljn
of Judge KodK'-rt, at Furl Stnith. Ark..
hclJiiieT the rnitd PtaKs f.Jctal rr.iat
fcaapcrtlon Ian' to lx- uncor.atllutior.al,
apparpr.tly iaus 5 110 t,i era to the irf
fitlajs of Uit. agricultural Utpartmrr.t,
under whose aCn.inistratii n the law Is
executed. They regard the detifinn as
one larui ly tcl,iiial in ihanktaW and
wi;i not affect the iirartUai oprratlun of
the kM bjAjvJ nii0i.l 1.1 the insi,-. tlon
of rra; inttndrd fi-r interstate traffic or
, t I 1 f. r. i, n muntiies. Their chiif
regret In the niatttr appears to be the
failure to cenvitt liiy.r, who was
fhareed with atti rr..ting to btibc one
of the mrat ln.rccton.
r tary WaBvB said: "We have
knuwn for IvaM time what the decision
In the ea.e would be, but did nut feel at
Wat Its tn ea!c ,f It before it was ren
1 r-d. Thv i asv l itit; a criminal one,
the government hns nut the right of a
Ial. as the constitution providn that
ii man shall l- twii put in Jeopardy
if Bfll ..r Limb. Aa the matter stands
we shall proceed to ailmlnlst.-r the law
Just ar It no d Ision had been ren
dered." Attorney tieneral Cries.' Malrinent.
In tpi aking of the dnision Attorney
OaVaVtvJ ilriegs aa.J that his advice to
:. 1. rri. i.ltural department ..fllciaU I
woul l kaj to , .ntinu- the svst m as at !
1 ret nl until all of the fads in the cat.-- i
coiiM be present. d ;u the court. The
attorney general had no criticism to
inaki of the way the indictment ana
drawn, but In the light of the opinion !
itt-ir he was satisfied that the indict
ineni failed to biing out tne important
punhtsed ia the west. aiM ulthough the
CtJaVAVAAvtJP took unotner form it was i:t '
luct in transit to another market with
out ti. s! He. nnd therefore not only a
rui.i. ot of iatervtate ooamtatt ce, i,'.it act
ually in the h-.nne.s of interstate com
merce. Cmuinent or ttir Cliief of the Iturean.
Dr. Salmon, iMlif of the animal In
dutry hjBMBBj said: "The deoiriou, I
think, is rather tnhnlcal. and Judge
Jlodeers Is probably a close const rttction
Ist of tie- law. We rely on d tisions of
the Untti d Stat i stiprene. court for
authority to show thnt the government
has the right to Inspect the meats in
t n ',' d for interstate shipment. The
intent of congic-s when It enae.ed this
legislation evidently was that the ani
mal am a so' f. t t of interstate oom
11 n 1 from the time it wns shipped
Item the state in which It was raised
until rva hin th;- destination for con
sumption. There is nothing for the de
BvVtatlBl to do in the 1 ase as it now
vteBiW, If tlic m.at is inti need for
AAMvtk consumi.tion, entirely within
the fevaUt of the itata, then the I'nited
BttttaV authorities cannot insist on an
ins; . 1 ton: but Just so soon as It passes
licyond the bonli r then inspection will
be necessary, as this requisite Is im
posed by the requiiements of the law.
OITll.al.Et OX I'OSTM . STERS,
vvarainovl Doe.n't Exortly Know Wbot
It la l.oint; u 1).. Alionl II.
Wahhlngton. Man li 1. The discussion
ul the cahini t meeting yesterday had
more to Uo with two recent murders
of postmasters in the south than Cuba
on the Main--, one of these occurred
at Iike City, S. C. nnd has been de
tvrlV. lin these. lispatches: theother was
rt Ada. Ga., where the ixistmaster was
i.-sassinated licfore he entered on the
lis ha-ge of 1,1s dutl-s ;.s postmaster.
The president, it is said. Is very much
distort- -l by these acts, though he
rl s with satisfaction the fact that
the whole southern press has ex
prused its Indignation. The first Im
pulse of the officials In cases like thos
cited. It Is aald. is to ab dtsh the office
w h, the outrage occurs, although it is
rcat'te d that such a step would deprive
lin iiumtKis of citizens who have
nothirc to do with BM killing of their
p slal fa liitles.
The pr-.-.idcnt. thTefore. finds it dif
l.iult to lay down any rigid rule that
would ! applied 1.1 ail ca.n s. The of
lii ut I.aL Citv has 1,. 1 n abolished.
Modern Treatment of
The latest work on the
treatment of diseases, written
by forty eminent American
t physicians says: "Cod-liver
S oil has done more for the con-
sumptive than all other rcmc
dies out toffcther." It also
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uvc: 1 he- hennohnnhitr'. w
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contains the best cod4iver oil
in a partially ditrestcd form,
combined with the Hypophos
phites of Lime and Sod. This
remedy, a standard for a
quarter of a century, is in
exact accord with the latest
views of the medical profession.
Be sure you get SCOTT'S 1
A Ati.itaste'4 ; c-. and $i n.
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but so far nothing has been done re-
i gardlng the case at Ada. The latter
' present some unusual features. Free
man had been appointed postmaster,
but not having assumed his duties was
not an officer of the government. Un
official reports which have reached the
department are not clear aa to the precise
cause for his assassination. One is that
he was killed because he had been ap
pointed, and another that his death was
the result of a quarrel. The department,
however, will make an inquiry into the
facts and be guided in its future course
by what this inquiry develops.
TABLET TO THEIR M LHORT.
caste Takes Actios to Commemorate the
Tragedy or the Maine.
Washington, March :. Shortly after
the senate convened yesterday Perkins
of California, of the committee on na
val affairs, presented a favorable re
port on Bacon's resolution providing
for the erection, in some appropriate
place ia the Capitol, of a bronze me
morial tablet, commeminorative of the
ofliters and sailors who lost their lives
in the Maine disaster in Havana har
bor. The resolution was adopted. The
motion to appoint a conference commit
tee on the bankruptcy bill brought
Stewnrt to his feet with a speech
against the bill that lasted until shut off
by a speiiai order, and will continue
today. The Alaska homestead and
right-i f-way bill was considered with
Washingt. n, March I. The house en
tered uinn the consideration of the
Loud bill, relative to second-class mat
ter. The bill is identteal with the bill
parsed by the last congress, but its au
thor cave notice of an amendment per
r.uttinrr the transmission at pound
rates of sample copies up to 10 per cent,
ot the bona tide circulation of news
paper p riodlcals. This amendment re
moves BBKll opposition to the 1 till. Only
throe spc rhes were delivered. Loud
made an exhaustive speech In its favor.
Calming that the government practi
cally paid a subsidy of M0.00O.000 to the
rri prietors of publications which now
g.it access to the mails at pound rates.
r lnr wl cr "anaporttng mail and its
!,;,nUlmT averaged S cents per pound.
Mo.in (Deiv..) of Tennessee syoke in op
1 vttloa to the bill.
bTATEXEXT OF THE FEBLIC DEBT.
he Trraanalic Enouch to Show
a Derreaar of ft, .197.1 J 2.
Washlrgton. March :. The monthly
treasury statement if the public debt
Shows that the debt less cash in the
1 treasury at the close of business Mon
day .amounted to J l,0in,i04.216, a de
crease For tte month of $1,597,122. This
A .Tease is accounted for by a corre
sponding increase in the cash. The
debt is reespltttiated as follows: Inter
est bearing debt, $847,:ji56,6H; debt on
. liich Interest has eetssl since maturi
ty. ILtSa 70; d M bearing no interest,
3StJHeaf: total. $l,2Co,66ii,41.
The cash In the treasury Is classified
cs follows: Gold, $294,OCn,971 ; silver,
K.ll,S5s.S::4: pnper. 107.r.64.9oS; bonds,
itltliaaj olbeers' balances, etc., $:t.1,
4.ii02. makinrr a total of $856.7.71,766,
agnit.st which there are demand liabili
ties oustanuing amounting to $t:il,607,
6C3. 14) ylng a net cash balance of $25,
iCl,20J. Will Hold 'Em to the Rolea.
Waihington. Manh 2. While the
L md bill to rr ;ulate second-class mat
ter in the mails was before the house
y stir,l; y Kitchen (Dem.) of North
Can lira attempted to make a general
politleal speech, but was called to or
der by the speaker, who announced
that hrreafter he proposed to hold
niemlers strictly to the subject under
consideration by the house. The rule,
k said, should be enforced impartially
ajainst both sides.
ime: ira from Canada.
W"anhit:rtton. March 2 The secretary
of the treasury has received through
the llritish ambassador Information
that the Caradian government would
hereafter allow American vessels to
carry merchandise frcm one port In
Canada to another.
Old Counterfeit New ly Isncd.
Washington. March 2. A new Issue
of counterfeit J2 treasury notes discov
ered by the secret service some time
ago has made its appearance. This
note bears check letter B and plate
February Kbow-a the First Sarpln.
Washington. Manh 2. The monthly
treasury statement issued yesterday
show ed an exc ss of rec eipts over ex
penditans for the month of February
WHOLESALE GROCERS "TRUST."
What Attorney Conceal Mylrca, of Wlaron
ln. Fears anil Will Investigate.
Milwaukee, Wis., March 2. The
Lvening Witionsin says that Attorney
tleneral Myirea Is investigating the
Wisconsin Wholesale Grocers' associa
tion. Fnun the information that has
reached the atti rney frmoral. he Is led
to believe that the association is offrnd
ir.g against the statute which forbids
the formation of trusts intended to re-
. Rto.lin tenile or ti. Masaala.. rO., . . o ..u
commodi.ies. and a rigid inquiry has
been instituted. Incidentally the scope
of Inquiry has be n broadened to make
it cover all companies, concerning
which there is a suspicion.
In pursuing this inquiry Attorney
Gorv rrl Mylrca has formulated a list of
sixty-two questions. whi?h. if answered
fully and freely, will throw a great
deal of light upon the manner of doing
business rf trade corjiorations. The
firms aside from the Wisconsin Whole
sale Grocers' association, concerning
which inquiry are made, are Arbuckle
Brothers, the Woolson Spice company,
th- American Sugar Refining company.
the National Sugar Refining company.
the Mollenhauer Sugar Refining com
pany. Jj. H. Howell. Son & Co., B.
Loldersdorf & Co.. the Diamond Match
company, the Northwestern Yeast com
pany, the American Tobacco company,
the Pr-Kter A Gamble company and
Fairbank A Co.
Defeat for Ontario Liberals.
Toronto, Ont.. March 2. General elec
ons for the Ontario legislature took
ae throughout the province yester
day and resulted in a virtual, if not
actual, defeat for the Liberal govern
ment, w hii h has held power for more
thar. twenty-five years. The timber
policy of the administration, which is
alleged to have favored Michiran lum
tiermen. had much to do with Premier
SHERIFF MARTIN TESTIFIES.
Telia the Story of the Eattlaacr Tragedy as
It Appeared to Him.
Wilkerbarre. Pa., March 2. Sheriff
Martin was called yesterday to testify
in the trial of himself and deputies. His
commission and ptoelamation were read
and placed in evidence. lie then went
on to tell his story, and sopke for an
hour without Interruption. He told of
previous troubles with the strikers and
finally got down to the day of the
tragedy. Of this he said: "The mob
swore at us when we approached, cure?d
me and would not budge when I told
them to do so. I read my proclamation
and walked through them, asking them
to go home. One young man swore at
me violently and said they would go to
Lattlmer in spite of me. I arrested him.
One man picked up a stone, but dropped
It when I pointed my revolver at him.
I tcld a crowd of spectators to go home,
as the strikers were desperate and there
might be trouble. Finally the strikers
left the road and started off over some
lots. Soon I heard they were going to
Lattinn-r and I hurried off with my
deputies to Intercept them.
"I told them again to keep cool and
not to shoot unless their lives or mine
were in danger. After lining them up
alongside the road I tild them I would
go out to meet the strik rs and try once
more to disperse them. A deputy asked
if he should not go with me. 'Mo,' I
said. "I'll go alone.' I thousht on t man
was enough to die at once. I felt sum -how
that there was going to be trou
ble. I met the ptrikers about fifty yards
from the deputies and asked them where?
they were going. 'To atop the 1, anion r
breaker,' a lot of them cried. I told
them they must not go and tried to read
my proclamation to them, but they
crowded around me, swearing at me
and hustling me to one side.
"One man tried to grab me. and I
then attempted to get hold of him, but
the crowd Jumped on me and pounded
me about the body. I dropped my paper
and pulled my revolver. One of the
men tried to snatch the revolver from
me. but failed. Then he struck me an
awful blow in the face and knocked
me to my knees. I tried to shoot him.
but my revolver wouid not explode
Then the shooting commenced. It lasted
about a half minute. In the crowd I
saw three men ar-med with revolvers
and one with a knife. The latter made
a stab at me, but missed. Two men
were shot just behind me to the left.
I was in the direct line of flre.1'
RIPLEY MOB SAFE ENOUGH
Indiana Lynchers Cuu Not Be Convicted
Cross riains, Ind., March 2. There
never was such a large gathering of
humanity in Cross Plains In its history
as there was to hear the closing argu
ments in the Hughes trial. The de
fendant's attorneys were Rebuck,
Cravens End Thompson. The state's at
torneys were Attorney General Ketch
am and H. D. McMullen. The state;
hoped much for the testimony of
Charles Kelly, whom they had brought
from the seform seho.il at Plainfield.
The past character of Kelly was laid
before Justice Craig decidedly in fe
ver of the defi ndant.
Probably the most sensational part of
the argument was The tnpson accusing
Governor Mount and Attorney General
Ketcham of bringing Kelly here to
testify against Hughrs on the promise
of giving him his liberty from the re
form school. Ketcham denied this.
'Squire Craig released Hughes and
dismissed the case.
Two Men Killed by a Boiler.
Wei more. Mich., March 2. The boil
ers in Clark & Acker's shingle mill ex
ploded last evening. Hugh Long, a
teamster, was killed Instantly. Peter
Morris, ex-sheriff of Alger county, was
found lying dead and badly mangled
near the boiler. George Moore was
seriously injured and w ill probably die.
Hiram 7.:ints and Peter Brix also re
ceived s?rious Injuries. Several others
were slightly injured. The cause of the
explosion is unknow n.
Death of a Mother in Illinois.
Pana, Ills., March 2. Mrs. Elizabeth
Rayhill, one of the piomer settlers of
Illineiis, a resilient here since 1S40, died
yesterday morning eif old age. She was
probably one of the widest known and
retpected residents of central Illinois
and is survived by ten children, fifty
grandchildren and C.venty-three great
grandchildren. Mrs. Rayhill was S3
At Four Score.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health
UNCLE EZEKIEL OBEAR, assessor and
tax collector, Beverly, Mass., who has
passed the 80th life mile stone, aayt:
"Dr. Miles' Restorative Kervine has dono a
great deal of good. I suffered tor years from
sleeplessness and nervous heart trouble.
Would feci weary and used up in the morn
ing, had no ambition and my work seemed a
burden. A friend recommended Dr. Miles'
Nervine, and I purchased a bottle tinder
protest as I had tried so many remedies un
succcssfally, I thought it no use. But it
gave mo restful sleep a good appetite and
restored me to energetic health. It ia a
grand good medicine, and I will gladly write
anyone Inquiring, fall particulars of mysat-
Uf actory experience."
Or. Miles' Remedies
are sold by all drug
gists under a positive
guarantee, first bottle
benefits or moncj re
funded. Book on dis
eases cf the heart and
avrrea free. A ddress.
DA MIXES MEDICAL CO., JukUart, lad.
AN OPEN LETTER
WB ARB ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO TUB
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "C ASTORIA " AN!)
" PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," as our trademark.
I DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts
was the originator of " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the sanm
that has borne and does now sv ". on
hear the facsimile signature of (tfcc wrapper.
This is the original - PITCHER'S CASTORIA,'' which has been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper end see that it is
the kind you have always bought yrtT 7t on the
and has the signature of CJSt&ffffl&tfA wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is
March 8, JS97. 2&t &M,i.
Do Not Bo Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some lia-ugist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even be docs not know.
"The Kind You Have .Always Bought 19
BEARS THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
ua essjeaa,. rr
OOCK LINE 18 DISCU3SED.
Oarcepwt Blrcr Front Improvement
Another conference has been held
in Davenport In the matter of the
new dock line proposed there. It oc
curred at the office of Major Smith.
Among those present were: J C Mc-
Kiherne, S. Edwards and A. L Rich
ards representing Co'. King, of the
government engineer corps here;
Major S. F. Smith, Commissioner K.
W. Bo j n ton, of the board of public
works; Citj Engineer Thomas Mur
ray, Commissioner Adolph Lepper,
representing the city; Hon. George
T. Baker, Capt. Lon Brjson, Charles
Francis, F. W. Mueller, representing
the Business Men's association, and
the following river men: Capt. Wal
ter A. Blair, Capt. W. H. Whisler,
Capt. E. J. Lancaster, Capt. Orrin
Smith. Fred Thielemann, Capt. Otis
E. McUinley, Capt. John O'Connor,
Capt. John Streckfus, Capt. Bert Lo-
vette, Capt. sohrtcker, Capt. James
Oiborn, Capt. John MoCaffery. The
purpose oi the meeting was to dis
cuss the plan of the proposed dock
line, and to bring all of the objections
that may be raised to it to the atten
tion of the government engineers and
the city officials. Tho meeting
proved an advantageons one in all re
spects, althongh objections to the
proposed line were raised which
may involve some expense to remove
Daniel strcoker entertained 60 of
his fiiends at his home, 10G6 Fourth
avenue, last evening in honor of his
69th birthday. The occasion was in
deed a happy one and will long be
remembered by the venerable host
and those whom he gathered abant
him to oelebrate this important event
In bis career. Games were played
and there was musie, and the hoars
were spent most pleasantly.
Many Poo pi a Cannot Uriah
Coffee at night. It spoils their sleep.
Yon can drink Orain-0 when you
please and sleep like a top. For
Orain-0 does aot stimulate; it nour
ishes, eheers and feeds. Yet it looks
and tastes like the beat coffee. For
nervous persons, vonne people and
children, Grain. O ia the perfect
drink. Made from pnre grains. Get
a package from your grocer today.
Try it in place of coffee. 15 and 25c.
Cilsen L'p By Poar Ucetert.
Beaver Dam, Ohio. Aug. 27, 1895.
My daughter, after being treated
by four doctors, and being given up
for lost, a neighbor recommended
Foley's Kidney euro. Today she is
able to walk several miles without
fatigue. I feel we would have lost
her if it was not for your medicine.
Respectfully. Mrs. J. M. Bailey.
For sale by T. 11. Thomas.
Yai kit rails to Oat I, j a net lon .
Chicago, March 2. The applies-.
uon oi tne inter uceen lor an inj unc
tion to restrain the Associated I'recs
from catting off the news service to
that paper was denied by Judge
Maratl Anita fjoito.
The beat salve in the world for
outs, brnisea, sores, uloers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, ohilblains, corns and all skin
ernptions, and positively cares piles,
or no pay required. It is guaran
teed to give perfeot satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Harts Ulle-meyer.
agaaai arraar. at ross cir.
stattn Jnhii W. Poller, daceaaed.
The a; deralgnad barliui Dacn appointed erae .
iris of inc .set will and laelam.-ntoi Jutin W.
Potter, lata of the county of Rock lian
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby lire nottia
that he will appear before the conrty coon tf
Rock I. and connty, at the conntv court
room, in the city of Bock Islanu, ei the April
tern-., on tho first Mcndar In Antl
next, at which time all person havlne r.iauaa
against said estato are notified atd reqnestc i to
aaeod for the purpose of having the sane ad
Jiuved. AU taon indebted to mid ratals ar
riiqnesta-d to ruiie Immediate payment to the un
uataat this vth day of February, A. D. IWt)
Missit: E. 1'ottkr. Executrix.
Estate of Anna Ohlwuiler, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed exeon
or of the last trill and testament of Anna tiro
well sr. late of the connty of Rock Island, cute o
i-'unow, uoceaeeu, ncreoy give notice that th
nil! appear before the connty conrt of Rock Island
connty, at the connty conrt re Him, In
thecity of Rook Island, at the Aunt term, on
tH.e first Monday In Anril next, si which time
an persons navmg claim aita-.net raid estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the nnmuaa
of bavin the same adjusted.
Ail persona indented to said catata are ra-
J nested to make immediato payment to the on
Dated this 2Stb day of January, A. D.. lOri
Jon" Din. 'Eii.cn. Kxecntor.
state of Lndvig (ile senlnge n, deceased.
The undersigned hartn been appointed ad
ministratiii with tlie ai I annexed of tho
estate of Lndwig (licecnliagen, lite of the
aonnty of Rock Island, stale, of Illinois,
deceased, hereby give notice that will ap
pear before the connty conrt of Rock Island
cinnty, at the county coart room la the
city of Rock Island, at the April term, on
the first Monday In April next, at which time
all pcreone having claims aeatcst said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for th pnrpoao
of baring the tame adjn.ted.
All persons Indebted to aald estato are request
ed to make in: mediate payment to tat under
pinned. Dated this 11th day of February A. P., IH9K.
Marie Ukisinn. Administratrix,
With will annexed.
Estate of Catherine Mnrphy, decern, d
The undersigned having bean appointed m n
tor of the last will and testament of Cnthi rtnc
Murphy, late nf the county of Rock Island, mat
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before the county conrt cf rtork la -and
rcoiity, at the county court mora In the city
or Hock Island, a the May term on the first Mon
day in May next, at which time a'l p. rrvnt ha
ine claims againat tall estate nre nmlin d and
re unea'cd lei attend fur ttie parpuse of having the
anie adjiiftcel All pi r.uii. indented to said rs
tattare requested to make immediate i ay:nent
to the undersigned.
Dated tine -'on day or February, A. D . I -in.
hill Ul' fTavtlS. Exiruuir.
t a tossT
Ova raw Uomi VM Urn It faaaraa.
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, Mitchell Lyndo b'ng.
White Seal saloon
i8ij Second Avenue.