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.nJ for t!wrt apace In
t Akshi m con,Pc"el "a to
j nliie coluinD fH ! for the
fiayer. By curtailing the
,vl to rHin we could
l the o.i ' bul 'pUng that
t our itihucribcre demands the
.lriit, we ba d'! to rakke
Aki' ba bwo the onlj regular
.Iuidb paper "' ,hl" cllla 'or
end the Inereaae to nine col
mkfs It tonthkrMy larger then
' in conlenlp,rie The Anai'i
i Uie growth end roseritv of
I.i.nd in iu rohimne. It will
K w lung m the city dope, end meet
Hi inir8ail'u'rnl'nl ' ,,,e timet.
'pt new rtpubllctn machine wentt C.
..Velker promoted t the chairmanship
.the county committee He It Welle'
i lieutenant, and when the latter can
duoed to send In hit resignation,
rfier will probably be selected.
hu t it about time that Boat Welle
(raided In bra resignation m chairman of
the republican county committee T Or
"under the new order of things it it corns
Valine with civil senrice rules that a
federal officer cen alo be a political
- Tni Hod. W. H. lst hat been "do
log" the fairt of the district, and trying
to patch up his sadly demoralized politic
, cal fences. . The Keitbuhurg .Vwi says
of hit vlall there:
Contrressraan Uest wtt at the fair on
Friday, whether be succeeded in patch
ing up his badly broken down fences any,
the Ant does not know, bul suspect
that was his mission.
Hrn. Win. II. Gent wtt circuiting
araund among his constituents last week;
wat at Monmouth Friday. We fancy
there are tome towns in which tre lo
cated postofflcet that the distinguished
gentleman hat not booked for a Tisit
this time. Oquawka Sielnt"r.
Hon. Wliliam 11. did not circulate
very freely around this part of the dis
trict. Perhaps he thought his welcome
. would be cool.
The official etlstence of the present
efficient letter carriers is hanging In the
balance. A secret meeting was held at
Bweenej A Walker's office the other even
" -"OVells Invited a few of
..ids. The saw mill party
bjt ..'en each end of town were pres
ent, among others, and Wells poured bis
plaintive wail In their ears. He ssid he
wat la a dilemma to to speak, and wanted
a little advice and support. There were
ninety applicants for carriers' positions,
and although he wat to receive the un
divided emoluments of the postofllce, the
boss didn't feel like ttking the entire
responsibility of making appointments.
"It will make me too many enemies." be
argued, "and I want to consult with you
gentlemen, who should bear some of ibe
burden." After a long conference the
coadjutors partially decided upon a slate,
although It was loft subject to revision.
WheUppolntmenu come there will
j many a disappfrtufTd party heeler
who wit) wish Bom Wells lo hades.
rallrt Pot at a.
Thomas Fahey was Coed 5 and costs
by Justice Cooke this afternoon for vio
lation of the truant law.
John Kennedy wat fined 93 tnd cott
. The three Nt.w York boys arrested by
Officer Muluueen tt the C , R. I. & P.
depot a week ago for carrying concealed
weapons were held In bonds of fJCH) each
by Magistrate Wivill this morning. Tbey
will plead guilty in the county court.
Deiier J. Forsyth, of Cordova, had
Leander Bsker, of that place, be
"ounty Judge Adams for assault with
ingue. No evul JatTT
tefendsw laTe was sub
WT giving bail in the
sum oi .) for sppearsnce for trial.
When Mr. Oho. Huber. of Stewart Jt
Montgomery's traveling force, returned
from the west at Hi o'chwk lt nejht. he
related a peculiar eipericnce he had at 5
o'clock yesterday morning. He says he
wst on bis way to the ferry Isnding to
take skiff for Davenport, when in front
of Kingsbury's store two strangers ae
costed him and demanded that be throw
np but bands, nt the same time fumbling
their pockets as tf for a revolver. Bat
4?: ujkticj the Injunction; he
k to hi heels anJmJi'''n. did not
fnw. tie baa ro r nnty to speak of on
person. Ivenr.a he wat not badly
- 1 i emiMf) .
Robert II Wright npired at the home
af hia rtauftl.t.st. Sfp-. t) .... nit
... , 'n ' - MIMIJ 'MinVT, I I 1U
Fur'n aveiiu tt 2 80 this morning, at
result I ultiim. Thus rnl.n.i-H
up life that hat been as well spent as It
hat been long in veart. Mr. Wright was
ooro in F.nf d teventy-flve yeare ago
iasi motiuj, ttxsme to Rock Island In
ie3, uf crtfsjittflng since been bis
home. Wi:hX -sjruiow are left five
ildrenChs.Wflghrf of Davenport:
Xifi" t 1tfd R R. Wright, of
if, Mr. WennrNjigc, of Omaha;
.Wisnl..J. Ien. Iowa, and
Taemas ,"VVrl5br.Jkcinnati. The
-t'tue of OiC ora bat Dot vet been fullv
dteroniuc',.l.ut will probably be Monday
.. j . -ty sjosirt t'ailllsiKa,
The jury In the case of the City of Mo
m vs Booth la composed of Jacob Bleu
ir, Louis Iltrtman. Christ Ileber, Frank
Bogg-i. Wlnalow Howard, Joseph Wal
ters, Anthony Wells. James Hasson, El
mer Reynolds, George Bolander, Fred
Hannecke, Walter M. Lewis. City At
torney J. B. Oakleaf appears for the city
and Eugene Lewis, Esq., for the defense.
" The case went to the jury and a verx
.rfjet for 1203.64 for the plaintiff wat re
Messrs. J. 8. Qllmore, Fred Head and
K. L. Bailey, who represented the Rock
Island Plow company at St. Louis, re
turned borne flushed with victory over
V Vcuring the first prominm for the finest
"agricultural Implement building on the
" Louie fair p-nrinds. The premium
Nted to t"-M In cold cash, with
Ilne the pockou. Rock
nn and e -i,r.,. und ti
atoJ wo re ouiy o
V . and that
T" 'l" em Pa-Klas: .
Remarks an exchange very pertinently :
"It It an oM ttw that 'fool, rush in
where angelt fear to tread,' and a
coottant perusal of the d illy newspapers,
or a study of the history of any country
f,T,rd Pro,,e ,hl thlt rash habit
u ioois nave is working a sttady des
create of a portion of this heavily peo
P'"d world. With silent tread you past
the last resting place of the republican
politician who Was a pious man in theory
but an habitual drunkard in practice.
The tall monument of the nun who didn't
know H was loaded, overshadows the
bumble tombstone of the hired girl who
lit the fire with gasoline oil. Side by
aide repose the ethereal creature
who alwave laced her corset up to
the last notch, and the young doc,
tir who took a dose of his own ra jdi
cine. Just over to the left, where the
breetrs sigh tnrongh a weepinir willow.
It the grass-grown mound of the unwise
young man who attended the swell par
ties all winter on a 10 a week, and
boarded himself; while through the leafy
branches In the distant glimpse Is se
cured of the stately monument engraven
with the mine of the millionaire who sal
Op nights to profit by bis neighbor's
leep. Over by iht: fence lies the old
lady who kept sal soda and strychnine sn
the same shelf, and the man who sat in
tbe grand stand stand and ret his money
on the sorrel horse Down there in the
potter's fle'd. with his feet sticking out to
tbe rude blasts of winter, lies me man
who booted at the umpire, while the
bleached hones of his brother, who told
his mother in-law to take walk, are
piled up In tbe corner of a fence Surelr
the frols of this pent-ration are parsing
away, and those who come after should
profit by their sad end "
For the First M. E chinch, at 10:45
a. m. this church and congregation will
unite with the Central Preubvterian
church and after preaching will receive
together the sacrament of the Lord's sup
per. Nunday school in Harper's theatre
at usual at 015 a. m.. and preaching by
tbe pa-dor, Rev. O. W. Oue, at 7:80 p.
m. Evening subject "Repentance and
At the Christian chapel. Rev. Oeo. E.
Piatt, pastor, v. ill preset) at 10 45 a. ra.
and 7:S0 p m. The members of Ibe
Christian church will meet in union
meeting with the members or the Central
Presbjlerisn and Methodist churches in
the Central Presbyterian church. Sun
day school as usual nt 9:15 t m, Oeo. E.
Piatt, superintendent. Young people's
meeting at A no p m and evening ser
vice at ?:3o. At Twenty ninth street
mission Sabbath school at 3 p. m , Oeo.
At the Broadway Presbyterian church.
Rev. W. 8. Marquis, pastor, will preach
st 10 45 a m. and assisted by Rev. R M.
Mateer. administer the sacrament of
the Lord's supper. At 7:30 p m. Rev. R.
M. Mateer. who will soon s-til for his
mission field in China, will preach.
Young people's meeting at 6 45 p m.
Sbbath school at 9:10 a m. Dr. J W.
Stewart, superintendent. South Park
Mission chapel at 2:30 p m.
00 Rswsrd 100
The readers of the Daily Ariii-s will
be pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able cure In all its stst'es, and that
Is catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only posiilre cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a consti
tuional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucus surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength, by building up tbe constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers, that they offrr one hun
dred dollar for any case thai II fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials. Ad
dres, F. J Orkney & Co. Toledo. O
Sold by ilrueeists, 75c
I A Uoot Appsiiia
Is essential to good health; hut at Ibis
season it is ofien lost, owing to the pov
erty or impurity of the blood, derange
ment of the digestive organs, and the
weakening effects of tbe changing sea
eon. H'wmI's Sarsaparilla is a wonderful
medicine for creating an appetite, toning
the iligestion, and giving strength lo the
whole system. Now is the time to lake
It. Be sure to get Hood's Snrsaparilla.
t'u.'r - ('. ran hair a mile at .Ltro ut park
Fri.lay i . 41 voin.U
'J'U N. r hwi-tlern fi-kaap -iV associat ina
Is in aauiial se ion at tlie CoimiuTeiul hotl.
Chl'-Ma, PU ! i V I t lU n' PW ".M
Pick (. - n ,w,rk. O . Fridav.
Prinh in ll train, u.'.
tlu iUrnli of persona in jT- with star
Dakota, ar reported threaten. ,
vatimi. Tb-y bava issued an app-'-, .
A earnful .tiin." made by Commissioner 1
of Immigration .'agrty shows that tim
ylM of wtvt in Dadita tbis year l 44.0OM.
IWJ bmh-li .s
DisaroiH fitwia pr-vsitln ta dnprtmsnt
of tli Jura, Pranee. ViIIihb are tureHoue I
with inun.la'ton, and soMmrs ars tiiRgJ in
saving ltr and property.
Frni in lloivnr i c-utity, Indiana, are be
ing fl rfxln.1 with sill saw rum a wnll tnrsd
for imtnrrtl gas. Til trmm Is ilx iucnaa
tbirk and mx up l.'VI fiU
tb ai'proxi'Uatn Kr,M earnings ' tiia
Atrhi-on, To-li ai.l Mint V system for
Heplsinlw ar '.' ii4:.:tl-i, aniixt $i IT5 .W4
for tb saina month last ymtr.
Mia Mary Fullw. tnusntnr of 8. A.
F-IU , r HiminiiMi itri.lgx, N. Y , fall
Into Niagara raphls at thaMiaton island Tuss
day, and was pullod on I Just in tinitt to save
An epidemic of diplitn-na i faared at Do
r, N. H., and the w-hooltt have bean cloned.
Tbare are sixty cas? uf the rtthtas now, and
tbers have been during tlx Tar Mtt an
and (M dsatba
Tba AmTican base ball association play ad
but on game Friday, at Columbus Ath
letic 4, Columbus 7 Indianapolis and Ht.
L iuia plays I an exhihitinn game at In
dianapolis 7 to ii in favor of the Hoosiers.
A train full of miners on their way to the
Wheeling Creak Cail works collided with a
freight train near Hridgeport, O., Friday
morning. Ons man was killed and two fa
tally hurt, while thirteen or fourteen others
sustained slighter injuries.
Ouitav Lindenthal, Pittsburg engineer,
Is destining a bridge to connect New York
with Jersey City. It Is to be a suspension
brUlge, 7. OS) feet long anil 14 above tbe
water, Ibe longest span being 3,Vm) feet. The
bridge is locot ItD.OOO.OiiO.
nddea A djuarament af the Croale Cae
Chic Alio, tk U.A mysterious sensa
tion took place In tbe Cronin raw yeiterday
wbicb caused the reporters to prick up their
ears snd probably made Ibe lives of tbe prue
eutlng attorneys burden to tbom for to re
mainder of Ibe day. First, Attorney IxnKe
ckr wes relied down-etnira Theu Judge
McConnsll. Then both came hack and at
Longenecksr's sugition court wss ad
journed to enable tbe prosecution to "com
plete an Investigation. " Fstra detectives
were stationer! at the do.r of Lnnfrenecker't
office and a rumor wss current that sn In
former wss relieving himcir of a confession
Inside, but up to a late hour last night noth
ing positive could he learned of the purport
of the "investigation."
Latsn The papers are full of rumors
tbis morning, but all that Is known if that
something of great importance baa lakso
place At ieaat so says the states attorney.
ft e-ltekatea'e Strike at Toleda.
Tout DO, Ohio, O. 14 -Tbe ..entchmeo.
in tbe yards of she Pennsylvania railroad H
thte elty struck hut evening os-JT
-h , ; ,Jfl lriHM (nee
fv, " ' - --1- ; t Cn.
Vr ,lroails, la eua-
? W Mm will art
t s o..i Hd Ua
-..y w..;y y ;;i rr no ennoae-
. oi.ej IV;, ajid jointed arms tnd
wtt fount ia aaicoDhtffua COO 1
waiug uie BKewton or young girt Ttie
ty Bnearxnea ttitdme.
THE NEXT SESSION.
A Democrat's View of Pros
pects in Congress.
AN 0FTIMI8TI0 GLANCE AHEAD.
Qnallflrd, with ttevaral Mtcalftctaat "lf'
S"I Mneh lack of Hetall K.l.tor Hat
ateail ph Hume f.t In the Fire bi
tletnt Tun Very roeltlve and Personal
Cleveland Itoellaea Caatreeeloaal
nnralnatloa Ka-Poetnaster Veasev. af
- WssniJtoTOji ClTT, Out. ia Representa
tive Clifton R Breckinridge, of Arkansas, a
r-ading m inlxir of the ways and mean com
mittee of tbe last three ctngreMrs, says that
the IVmocreU will not throw a single ob
stre'e in the way of national, une.cli.wial
legislation by tbo Republican majority. He
oould not predict in ailvjuce of tht forma
tion of C 'uirnitters whnt the F.fty-first con
gress wi ul I probil.lv be able to accomplish.
As to Klrcllnn Leglalatiua.
"If the Republicans," said he, "will at
tempt to pii sui-h laws regulating elect ions
i wihii nui ue swuonni to operation, vio
Intive of personal riht, outrageous in scope
and b.'ering; if, in a word, tbey will do no
mora thnn to correct exixting abuees, which
are not routined to particular ststas or sec
tions, 1 foe I warranted In saving that the
minority will not interpose objection; cer
tainly tbey will not offer tbe slightest ob
struction after full and fair debate.
" He RI(Iin and Jul.
"The statute booksare lull of laws on the
subject, but duhtl.a there are fuitlier
changes necessary. To Ibe) no D wnocrat is
Ippoanl, but an effort of the Republicans to
nact Icguilution which ithall provi.le for
anno I nieu at tbe polls for the control of
election iiiachmery by ouv party In a man
lier not contemplate! by our father when
they framed our Institutions, and thoroughly
incompatible with republican liberty and in
dependence, will be met by the solid opposi
tien of tbe minority party, and the opposi
tion of uch on just and wicked legislation
will not I confined to the Democrats.
I do not think that any very unjust,
restrictive, partisan and tyrannical laws
affecting Federal elections will be panel.
I think the Democratic party is dispovd to
b? reasonable and fair respecting all meas
ures iiitrodih-ed by the majority, and that
they will not be factious in opposing bills
introluced or Mported to the t wo housx in
Redurllon of the Tariff.
"The next congress ran by enacting a
sensible, busin -w-bke measure of tariff r
reliictiou, on the line of populnr ideas of re
take the tantT matter out of politics
If a while. 1 am I
th it we Khali have
impressed with the belief
to make the same fight
th it we made in 1S, but I am certain that
til D.-m'S-ratic members of the next con
gress wdl be at least as f.ur as
th. R -publican memlwrs in the last
1 1 letting a measure get before
th bouse and come to a vote in both
housea. I will go further, and declare my
cvifl.lence to lie so strong in their fairness
an I magnanimity that I predict tbey will
excl the Itepu licans io the Inst congress in
thi d s multion to have the Question tested
leflmto reeult obtained so far as the
will of congress enn determine it.
The llrmorratie Leader.
"By inheritance, tredition. usags, and
ev rything commonly governing such cases,
I would say that so far as the Demorett
shnuM want a le.vler on the fl.tnrant in
oo-mcil th -y w.Mild find him in Mr. Carlisle.
II s position as rec-nt spesker of th house,
hi great almiiy and exieri-nce, the confl
d.ince reined in his s.igacity an I his im
swerv.n oi tho loxy all uwn to declare that
he will lea l the minority io tbe Fifty -first
HALSTEAD AND CAMPBELL.
The rosnmerelal Mt Rdikt.r Taken la
CiNiinNATi, IK-t. Vi A Oood portion of
the ex. iteiiient of tbe state csiupiin this
year has been provide I by llurat nostra I,
e lit of The Coinmercai tlnctte. Hune
days ago he charged over his owu signature
in tbe editorial columns of his r-sp-r thst
Campbell, the Democratic candidate for
gov. r.ior, was interestel in a pitnnt biliot
Ih.x. which he tried to benefit by a bill In
congress while a member thereof. Caui.
hell pronounced the statement a
Ii Then IIulstda.1 printed what pur
ported to he a fac simile of the
contract for stork in tbe tmllot-box scheme,
ash Cnmobelt's signature attache.! A--companying
the publication ware the mst
positive and emphatic reiterations of the
charges, and challenges to Campliell that be
sue for liliel In an interview Mr. lUlstosd
said he had instructed his attorney lo draw
up the rhargea in such shape as to give
Cimpliell every opportunity for a suit. '
Yesterday mnrning The Commercial Oa
ette came out with an article ovr Hal
stead's aign iture a-knowle Ijmg that the
all-g ! signature is a forgery; that conclu
sve proof of Ibis bid b-en lai lb f ire bun
Thursday night, and that be took the earli-a-t
uifiortunity b make that much amende.
He tax.-a cite to say, however, that it is only
the s gnature that is fntu lul-nt, aoaKtiat the
other pars ami rircumstanCM that seem to
show crooked neii on Campbell's part Mnd
aa they were.
This -u.l.l-n drop has cause I the greitest
exciteiu -nt m political circles The ll-yiihw
cans are angry at Hulste- - -
'-self to l imposed t ,ul' all-iwing
s -, ' "Timoii to the arions in-
J try of the pale, s pnW.t. an I tbe D iino
erata are showing more contt l-'nce and en
tbieiiasin than tbvy have displaye-l since the
election forguries of lss5.
Veasev and the Kaitlmore Pieitonlra.
BaltimuKK. O-l. 12 A sne-ial from
Minneapolis, Minn . says: Ex Postmaster I
Perker Vc.is "V, of lliltun ire, who IikIimii
made the sul j ci of tMii.te.nueti.in iy Civil
S-rvice C immissi.Hirtr R xiseveit, is now a
resident of Miiin"n!ol!. A;;k si tins uea
tion: "Is it trnc that you m id wbol.-sale
r-'inovuls of R 'piiblicaiis while you waa
pietmnster of llaltimirer Mr. Veazeyaaid:
"Yes, and I have no aolOis to make. I
am a eonsit.-nt Democrat, a id a decided
Jacksoiiiu't, and did not ettempt to conceal
my purpose to mnke my administration a
Dene cralic oui!,as far as the law woul I per
mit. Ii is not true, however, that I viol ited
tbe law in making that radical change. "
Cleveland Deftllnrd lo Klin
Nkw York. 0-t. tt An evening pnper
aiys that T iiiimauy ba'l offerel to innte ex
President Urover Cleveland lis I'auditbkte
for cimgie-s in the Ninth district to succeed
th.lntert. S Cox, but that Mr Clevoland
decline 1 tif honor.
Allen C. Myrrs Released from Jail.
CoLl'MHi.-a, .. Oct. 1 2 A lion O. Myers
was released from the eoiiutv j til yesterday
on Vl.lstl bond, an I went to Cincinnati last
night. The case w.is t ik 'n no o i error, and
a suspension o. nttic acciire I until the
case is finally disi..s-d ul.
A Mlaaoarl Caaale Celebrate Tbelr Wed
ding Iy by a Fatal ftpren.
St Joni-pa, Mo,, Oct," 13. On Oct 1 Mr.
ana Mis Richard AmliToae commenced
celebrating their tenth wedding anniversary.
Thurslay Mrs Ambrose died from excessive
usj of whisky and starvation, -.while her
husbend ia in a critical condition tnd not
rip-e'ed to live. They commenced Ndrink
lug on tbe date mentioned and kept up
ever sine, bavi0? lix-ked themselves intbs
boiwe. 'the husband was removed to ne
hospital and does not yet know of hie wifev't
ueatn uoin Ambrose and bis wife were;
euaiciea to nnnk, and want on similar
prsi every two or three months.
, sirs. Ambrose was one itt the most benI
tome women in the rity, and it was not J,m
erally known that sheer T drank ans-tadnK.
Wben found sbe was so emaciated that her
most Intimate friends were unable to rnof
DRIVEN TO SUICIDE.
Pathetle Letter Fan ad em rhs ItejU
Oeat Island. , Its
NiAOAJtA Fatxa, K. Y., Oct U -jr
Lools PeUcbka, of Buftslo, oimi bery f
t-e.y with the svulcet l ,tian of , (
J solclde, and to :r .r1araB- (
- Uso(ioin: r s h.a all pt '
t - t , Uos.rAt-5.BV
s dJlaok- straw ,
' e-4- '-jarsr
i . ... - ui..a Warelot,
t-e tank uf f . 1 1 and, wire, the foi.
tag letter, whioli sr; .s t!-s 6.o;,re for v
Da a Fesnms
Yon have .driven awe tots
this I tertrive
X fara-rve yon more than a thouaajad.U
.-.. but 1 can r-anAIMw- I ....
T7 U U pi si L I U wss shssb sv.isaa 1
. , i. - " 1
area stl loreyer. , -
THE 'ROCK ISLAND
CHJRSH CONVENTION WORK.
Ptaeeedlni t In the Etia'na! Cot
New Yoittt, O-rt. S. The "proportionate
represeutat on" scheme received a backset
in tbe Epi opal house of deputias yesterday,
nine members of tbe commutes to which it
was re f err id reporting it inexpjdient to
make any. change. Tbia ia ons of tbe most
important Mubjecta before the convention,
the object being to give dioceses power in
general conventions proportionate with their
roll of communicants The committee asked
to be diecb irged and tbe hou consented,
but placed the report on tbe c.tlendar.
The Service la Other Languages.
Another teport favored permission to uss
Other tha i he English language in lbs isrv-
ices or tbe church when the attendant era
nnscquaintod with that langutgs: calendar.
A standing vote adopted resolution! in mam
ory of Bi.b'sp VaiL The bou of bishops
announced ' be consscratio i of Dr Morrif
and Hpaulding as bishops of Oregon and
Hystnal Revision Postponed.
The matttr of revision of the bymna! was
disposed of jy referring it to a committee, to
report at next general convention, tbe hymns
in tbe revision report being aiithorir-1 for
use in tbe n rantim. A motion permitting
the tentativ use of the revised prayer book
was adoptr 1. Tba bouse of bishops an
nounced ik n-roncurrenee in the proposed
coneeiratiot of bishops forCaliforniaandMis
souri, owins to want of time to consider tbe
sulJ'Ct Tie deputies then adjourned for
Worceht CR. Mass., Oct. 12 In the Con
gregational council, yesterday the Georgia
matt-r was considered, and Mr Maxwell, a
auored dele ite, oppose d the admission of
the white lelegates, as tbey would not
fraternise w ith the negroes, and to admit
them woul drive tb- negroes into some
othr cburcl , probably the Roman Catholic.
Dr. H C. Mi Daniels, of Atlanta, declared
that the complaint was imaginary, and not
real, and, for himself, that mac who re
fuses fellowi bip to a man because be ip blecV
is not a Chriitian. "
After a loig discussion it wa votel, to
admit tbe wliite delng ites, they promising to
give the Georgia colored men the right ham
of fellowship herea'ter.
OF THE CHURCH MILITANT.
Aa Enterp-lslng Welsh Rector Tries to
Jx)Nrx!f, Oct Vi The rector of Gwaenvs
gon, in Wales, is a man of mors than ordi
nary energy and enterprise In attempting
to collect tbe tithes dus him and which the
pople are n t disposed to pay, be beaded a
party of bail ffs Thurslay, who were sent to
protect tbe a ictioneer in attempt todistrain.
The auction er had been driven off three
times while making similar attempts, and
when it became known that be proposed
again to e it-r the farms, assisted by the
bailiffs and t le rector himself, a large crowd
armed with sticks assembled and made a
desperate attack upon the distinguish? i
The Parana Fought Nobly.
The rector fought nobly in defense of bis
rights, and 'vith a heavy club, which he
wielded with jreat dexterity, be felled four
of bis fl ick t the earth. Tbe bailiffs, how
ever, showed less grit, and fld with the auc
tioneer from the Held, so thnt the enterpris
ing rector was forced to yield He now de
clares that hi might as well turn pirate out
a i.l-oul as to attempt to co lect the tithes
due him from the stubborn Welsh farmers
MIS3I3NARIES IN COREA.
a American Lady Dealea a Reported
tsateaee ol Dealk.
Boston. Oc 14 Tbe Traveler prints a
letter Mrs. Htttie 0. Heron, of Tennessee,
tbe nilai insr" wbo was reported to bare
been sntenc.; to death in Corea some time
ago. Writing nnier date of S.'oul, Corea,
Spt. S, Mrs iferoa says sbe has just re.-ov-
sre.1 from a loig illness Sue says the king
would not do such a thing as was charged
against binx He is akml man, of great
strength of el.srsc-t-r. He and thy quaeu
have trearsd Dr and Mrs H .r.in cordially
and generously. They will .lo all io ibeir
power to prote n the ni ssionsnes The only
ilsn.ir is from the ignorant au I ,-ui'fi
tious nativa Mrs heron says tiiat Dr
Heron has personally treated 3J,iU si.-k
Coreans, abo, with their families ace v-ry
Krateful. and Mrs H.-ron .loss n t think
violence will bs done bar hushan l or herseif.
whatever may happen to others.
They Are ?.ot Teaching Christianity.
In conclusion, the says "But in closinj
let uis sy pos lively (hat Dr H ron and I
arena; now reaching or teactTing Chris
tiauity. .xcb t by a.i example which we
earnestly pray may be worthy the uaine of
Ct.ritian. The laws of the land forbid it,
and through tbs United Slates minister,
about a year tgo, the American missiona
ries w jre a bo utely forbidden to teach re
ligion, lint wi long for the time when our
treaty shall bs revi-e I. and freedom of re
llgion allowed UntM bat time we are do
ing all in our lower to gam the onfl.l -nee
and respect of tbe people, wirh what success
you may Judge from my letter "
THREV' HER CHILD AWAY.
Inboraaa Cm duct of a Woman on Board
an Or gon Railway Train.
Portland, Ore,ctl& A girl haby
1 into tbe world at Wlnlow.
Wash , Tloirwi
morning under peculmcA
When ibtt-k ui .land bound
trsin piul.l nut of the stnti ,n the child was
found in a leap of cinde-s between the
tracks It was taken to a "louse near by,
and a physician who was Miiniuuned found
that though II was bruise by a fall there
were no senilis injuries. The inhuman
mother had wilfully thrown the child away.
Tbe city marbal telegraphed to the con
ductor of the t ain to have h -r arrest id be.
fore crossing into Oregon
The Mother Foand.
Tbe conductor searched tbe train and found
the door to tlie women's toilet in one of the
cars securely t srred. Thou h he called out
several times t le person within made no ef
fort to open tie door When the door was
forced open a woman was found unconscious
on the Boor. Hhe was removed to tbe sleep
ing car, and a doctor said she had recently
given birth to a child. She said she was
Mrs. Lew Dent, of Portland. When tbe train
reached Portia id Mr. Dent, who was at the
station, received a telegram informing bim
that tbe child was safe Tbs mother is also
gutting along well.
SHOULDN'T HAVE CHARGED FRAUD.
A Railway litigant Loses Hla Suit by
Charglu; Crooked Conspiracy.
Nw York. Oct li-Julgs Wallace,
in the United States court yesterday, ban Jed
down a decUion in an action braught by
William R. Spei against the Chicago and
Eastern Illincit railroad, dismissing the
action with costs. Tbe complainant was tbe
bolder of income bonds of the road. He al
leged that tbe Kinds were executed in 1SS7
by tbe defenlant, wbo pledged the next
earnings of tht railway, as it then existed,
as security lot tbe payment of tbe princi
pal of Us bonds and interest
This agreen ent was carried out
nntil hep ten. bar, l8o, when tbe
directors of tbs road, as alleged, "conspired
to fraudulently compel the holders of the in
come bonds to surrender them for consul
bonds subsequently created." The answer of
the defendanti denied the allegation of
fraud. Tba reason of the dismissal waa that,
though the bonds should bavs b?en met aa
above providaC, the complainant having al
leged fraud, he cannot support his complaint
upon any other ground. Tbe judge bol.ls tbe
directors guiltl ass or any attempt to defraud,
being simply n istaken as to their duties.
The Soutn Americana.
Bpbikoficld, Mass., Oct 12 The dele
gates to Ibe An erican International congress
arrived here early yesterday morning. Tbey
were driven to severs I factories, a id at noon
Henry 8. Hue preside,- mt rS elegant
banquet to the visitors. Tbe psi ty left for
Holyokeat J:: p. m. J. H Kio. nraai.
dent of the Albtuy chamber of Oom nisree,
aompanlel its party on their toar of
tt city snd if Holyoke. Thev left the
rTane? pll!!1 Li's in II III fr I'""V where
tbey arrived at t.-!in n. m. when they ware es
corted to the ha Ian and later to tbe city ball
and capital by t ulltary. At the latter place
tbey were addr sjsed by Governor UiU
Taunt; rl Hutally AsaaaltssL ,
.BHAZIkvtsvi, ,OestJ JA.'na0ww man
nravleld Lnnwa tW.rnar mZMr ifi VWaTS. .OO
hersray borne ttbm tcJul "at Sfcry'Xity
yesterday, knot kedher dosro and brutally
naaanlt1 ae RsnSStrinir -unnaoteUSneSS
xaesrirl dears lb. si hee.asasmUasls" asa short:
L . j i ; rd
l"" ' e- "a -----
UM tjsfWD IQT SO M ClajaV lUvClyUIHs4IIV WU
1 boss of cttias as armed with a rope ttwrsed
.- nomiL .1. ...b. sasrfr. mis
eww" r - wi. i mcj -
at will sttstcb, "
AltQUS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 12, 19
CAYT CARRY CAXES
Freshmen Beaten at the Evans
ton, Ills., Cane Rush.
GEAPHIO A0O0UNT0F THE BATTLE.
Fair Woman's emlles Crge the Heroes of
he "Rush" to beads ef Glory The
-eophs" Wla the Fight aad the Plaudits
r.l the Onlookers A Two-Minute Strug
gle Dooms the freshman to Canetesa
Melancholy for the Coming Year.
tntCAOO, Oct. 19 Ths annual cans rush
at tb'i Northwestern university at Eranston,
I'll, took place yesterday, ths fight begin
ning at 4 p m. There was a large orowd
of visitors, besides tbs collegians who did
not take part in tbs rush, tbe struggle being
between the sophomores and freshmen Ths
conditions of tbe contest wars tbat
it wat to last not longer tliaa sev
enteen minutes. If at tbs expirstion
of tbat t in ths freshmen held tbs tans
against tbe onslaught of the older collegians
they would be entitled to twirl stick for a
twelvemonth without fear of molostatioa.
1 he slick was one and t quarter incues in
diameter and four feet Ion. If ths sophj
mores wrenched tbe cane from these giants
or broke it ha the assault the freshmen could
not carry canes for a year. Last year tbe
freshmen won the brittle.
f ormation ol the Hosts.
Tbe fifty freshmen of '113 formed in three
divisions at the southern end of the campus.
Pelnnd them were tbe giant-of tbe class
Betcbeller, Maiiley and Walker witb their
hand wrapped around the white asb cane
and braced o receive the coming rhock
There were only forty-three sophomores
Tlxsy were led by t npt' Noyes. When the
resbmeu In ace t the n-elves for the atlacW
Hie "sophs" formed in nine compact divisions
vith their giants in the first platoon. All
were in a crouching posture and each bad
singled cut tbe freshman whom be was to
Cheered the Fair Women.
Just as Ibe signal for tbe attack was about
to be given nearly fifty sophomore girls from
the seminary marched upon tbe campus
waving umbrellas which w ere festooned with
the coUt of the college. The sophomore
boys gave the girls a ringing cheer, wbicb
was recognized by tbe dipping of the colors.
The pretty adherents of ti;e fuixr freshmen
ca i e later, and were greeted with a roar as
vociferous as tbat which had welcomed the
dainty little "sophs."
The tlattle Is ltegnn.
Tbe signal w as given, and the three divis
ions of fieshmen moved three feet forward,
w hile Batvliellor, Maiiley and Walker took a
fresh grip on the white stick and dug their
heels into the turf. Tbe sophomores, wbo
were only PK) feet away, dashed forward
with a lou I roar. They cleared the open
ing in less than three seconds, the giants of
the class rushing forward with their arms
upon one another's shoulders. Just before
t.ie shock came the "sophs" who were on tbe
Bsnks of the giants, spread out like skir
mishers, leaving the column of men who
were to make the first assault on tbe stick to
dasb along like a wedge. Tlie first division
of frestiiii-o. who were to receive the shock
of tbe charge, were crouching like cats. The
two classes cams together with terrific vio
lence Where the Fight Waxed Hot.
The hugs wedge of tbe sophomores cut a
swath in the three divisions of the freshmen,
and then, with a veil, fell upon Katch
eller, Maiiley, and Walker. A furi
ous struggle ensued The wedge had not
ecaped without injury. Half a doten big
"soiOis.." wbo had started in this column,
were upon the ground with big freshmen
sitting heavily upon them. On all sides tbe
weaker members of both classes were fight
ing desperately for supremacy. Half a huu
dred m-o were upon the ground.
Some ha. b.en burled there by skill
ful wrestling, while others hsd been
knocked down or lripp-d Miny an old
grudge or a year's standing was squared in
tbe terrific combat 0x-assionally a sopho
more, with his canvas shirt torn and stained,
would escape from the dutches of a fresh
man and J m in tbe furious fijht which was
being made on Bat -heller and In two big
classmates Then a freshman, with bis nose
all awry, and bis eyes filled with tears,
woul I worm bimvir out of a loc a "soph"
had fat.-n-.l on bun and run to the assist
ance of these plucky caneholdrs
Katrheller Sleets the Onslaught.
Thus the two classes struggled. Rat
cbeller's giant form, clad in white and black, -towered
high alio re the sophomores w bo
were tugging at his legs and arms His big
brown bands were wrapped around tbe
center of the stick. As be stotsl there in the
midst of a writhing mass of bodies, legs and
arms b pa'. grim face looked like tbat of
a tempest -tos,-d pilot, who had fastened bis
hands upon the wheel and proponed to hold
tbem there until "tbe last galoot was ashore "
Maiiley and Walker also clung tohe stick
with all the desperation of their classmate.
Twice they were brought to their knees by
blows and skillful wresting, but they never
r.-lces-d th -ir grip. They gave hig U itch -eller
spl nd d suooort
The Cane Hush Is Won.
Two minutes of fierce conflict ha I gone by
when a tall, slender fellow, U K Fawcett,
who was hatless an I sweatv, and whose blue
jumir was torn and dirty, now broke aw;
fr.un a freslimm. vim V- I i . . "
to the gr.mikJ TToV i '-'-s""
l lib a long leap he seized
imi n en i-oi ttij can , and, throwing him
self so that his feet Were lu the air, brought
bm entire weight upon the stick, which
cracked and finally snapped in twain in tbe
bands of Hatcheller, Maiiley, and Walker. A
mighty roar rose from tbe sophomores, and
their pretty adherents waved their nt -boned
umbrellas atxive tbe hands of tbe spectator.
The freshmen bal been beaten.
Kaweett the Hero.
With loud cheers and the college cry of
"Rah, rah, rah. xip, iioom, rah, N" W. U.
"Vi!," three excited "sophs" lifted Fa welt
upon their shou ders and trotted him
about the campus The young man
bowed to the young ladies, who cheered bim
again The poor girls w ho had hoped to see
the freshmen win looked disconsolate. They
crowded ahout tba defeated collegians and
slowly and sadly unloosened the blue and
pink ribbons from the tips of their umbrel
las. Faw.-ett was cheered all the way to tbe
college The Isittle was fought an quickly
that not one of Ibe collegians was bally
The City of New York Sticks Fast.
New York, OjL 12. All efforts to extri
rate the oc.mi teain ir City of New York
from tledney's cbaiitfW yesterday morning
failed, and the doun tugs engaged in the
task abandoned it Tbe work of lightering
tlie cargo then commenced and is expected
to take until to-night Ic is feared that the
Vessel has sustained serious damage
The ftomh Haunt Lsglslata re.
Bismarck, N. D., Oct l'i Governor
Mellette has issued a pr iclam it ion conven
ing the South D.ikota legislature for Oat
li'i to elect two United Slate senators.
BIG MONEY FOR AXTELL.
3-Vrar-Old Flyer Hold tor lOK.OOO
Hla Latest Feat.
Tekrb HaTTC. lnd.,Oct. 12 Axtell was
sold last night to Col. Cm ley, of Chicago,
for tluD.lkiO. It is supposed that Conley rep
resents a syndicate.
Termc Haute, Ind., OA 12 Axtell, the
8-yea-old staliion. with the help of the run
ning horse Farmer John, was seut yesterday
to heat tlie S-year-old reca-d held
by tbe California fl.ly, Sunot, and lowered
" 1' seconds, doing the mile in 2:12, and
finishing strong, w ii bout a wabble or falsa
stroke. Besides reducing tbe H-year-old
record this performance laeata tbe record for
stallions at all ngs. Williams, tbe driver,
was taken from bis suiky and borne aloft
on tbe shoulders of bis admirers, amid cheers
for the gallant colt and driver.
IWIIe Hamlin aad Harry Wilkes.
Kcw York, Oct ia Tba announcement
of the match race between Belle Hamlin and
Harry Wilkes proved a drawing card for
Fleetwood park yesterday. The club house,
verandss and grand stand were picked. Tba
track was never faster than when tbe speedy
flyers responded to the starter's bell, but tbe
time was nothing to brag of. Belle took
both beats in a well-contested race, tbe time
of tbe first being Stltvjj and at the ssoo i4
Illness af Jamas vrfclteowfc Riles;.
AxROS, O., Oil. 1 3. Three thousand poo
pie gathered at Columbia rink last night to
bear James Wbitcomb Rdey, tbe Hooaier
poet, open a lecture course. Kiley was pros
trated at his hotel last evening, however,
and could act appear, a His doctor says be
is suffering from a very bad case of nervous
prostration, and serious, oooseqaenoes may
follow. - He-will be obliged to oauoel lecture
dates indeanttelT, r
ROASTED TO DEATH.
Natur-ul Gas Again Does Some
HOUSE FIEED AND FOUR CREMATED
Mother and Three ttoys Present a Sick
ening Bight After the Frames Complete
Their task Fever Pestilence at Johns
town Mad Dogs Bits Two Children
The Deadly "Live" Wire Once More
ferioaa Hallway Acrldeuts.
Bbad-ord. Pa., Oct 11 At Davis'
Switch, a small village thirteen miles from
this place, the dwelling of Patrick Daily was
burnei and bis wite and three sons,
aged 13, II snd V, respectively, were roasted
in tb j dames. At S o'clock Thursday night,
whils the family ware at supper, the father
steppe 1 to tbe cook -stove to turn off part of
tbe gas He unintentionally shut tbe throttle
tight, and on turning it on again the house
was filled with gas. An explosion followed,
and iu an instant the entire bcuse was in
flames. The three boys an t the mother fell
prostrate on the fl lor, over corns by tbe heat
and flames. Mr. Duly rushed out of tbe
house to call assistance, but all efforts to
save the unfortunate inmates were futile.
Tba bouse was entirely consumed in a few
Condition of the Corpses,
the charred and blackened bodies of the
four victims presented a sickening sight
Mrs Daily's limbs were burned from her
body and her intestines exposed to view. Her
flesh was cooked to the boue. Tbe three sons
ere not so horribly burned as the mother,
but their blackened bodies could not be
identified until placed side by side. Ths gas
pressure was very str.mg, the gas pipe run
ning direct from a neighboring oil well to
the cooking stove. Mr. Diily is severely,
but not fatally burned ali mt the hea l and
face, an I is almost ora..l with grief
THE TYPHOID AT JOHNSTOWN.
two Hundred People 111 with Kevers
resilience Follows Flood.
Johnstown. Pa., Oct 11 -Pestilence bat
followed the flood in the I'onemaugh valley,
snd the horrors of typhoid fever now con
front the stricken people. As uear as can be
estimated :SO persons are sick w ith the ter
rible disease and kindred fevers, while about
twenty deaths are traceable to its cause
during the past month. The cause of tbe
spread of the disease is due, according to the
statement of Dr Matthews, local memiier of
the state board of health, to the debilitated
condition of the residents of the valley, and
the poor shelter afforded by the temiorary
structures thnt are inhabited
"Live" Wire and lrail l ineman.
New York, Oct 13. John Weeks, a
Wef tern Union telegraph lineman, w as killed
yesterday by coming in contact with a "live"
eleclric iight w re When the body was
taken to tbe statiou it was found tbat tbe
right thumb had been almost burnt off and
the palm of the band was roasted to the bone.
The left cho k, from the bottom of tbe eer
to the corner of the mouth, was burnt to tbe
jaw-bone, and the wire wbicb bad come in
contact w.th the throat bad burned its way
clear back to the vertebrae. Tbe sola of the
right foot was also burned.
Merlons Wreck on the Vandal I a.
lNrlANAP.)I.ls, Oct 13. Passengers on the
Vandalia line rep-irt a serious wreck this
side of Terr Haute at an early hour yester
day morning The tram went tbrough an
open switch snd the engine and two cars
were wrecked Kngui.er Edw.ird Miller
was thrown under the cab snd injured in
ternally, from the effects of which he may
not recover. The fireman saved bimself by
jumping. Several valuable hor, en route
from the races at Terre Haute to the tracks
at Lexington, Ky.. were fat-slly injure!
Three Freight Trains ia a Tile.
Mansfield, O., Oct 12. A collision be
tween two freight trains on the Ka'tonore
and Ohio railroad at Fredericktow n yester
day afternoon caused 'a bad wreck. Twenty
cars and two engines wera thrown from the
track. Another trnigld dashed into the rear of
tbe first south-bound train before a flagman
could be sent back, making three trains in
all that were wrecked All the trainmen
jimiMl, and some of theiayire reported ssri
otisiy injured The loss is esti.n iisd at ab.iut
Children llitten by Mad flogs.
Cleveland. O . Oct li A Leader special
from Lima says: Two children were titten by
mad dogs yesterday afternoon. Both dogs
were cap! lire I by tbe polic and killel. Frank
liagart, a boy of K years, was the first vic
tim, and he ia now miiT.m rig intensely. Tbe
other was a 8 year-old chil l of J..hu Li 11 de
man. It. was not badly hurt
Killed by an Inluriated ItulL
Carlisle, Ta , Oct 12 An infuriate!
bull yesterday pore 1 10 deatli the 12-year-old
daughter of Mr Ro,.iau ;h, living near
this city, and severely imuredanot her child.
The Templars' Kiirauipnirat.
Washington Citv, Oct 12 Toe Knights
Templar encampment yesterday adopted tbe
reporr on rjji r""M itlliUri' Jlp ill Ccnmj
no ceremouiais to a committee to reo.irt at
next conclave. After tlie cljsmg routine
business wes disposed of the eucampinent
adjourned sine die.
A lnqiH't as given the encini nuent last
night by the Knights of this city, at
Willard's hotel, and was the last formal
event of the programme of tlie conclave
week Covrrs were laid for S:iJ guests.
Past Grand Master Roome was unable 10
attend owing to indisposition resulting from
the arduous work of tbe past week Sir M
M. Parker, of Washington, occupied the
seat of bonor at the bead of the tal.le. Tbe
banquet nel at 8 p m , au l fea-ting and
speech making was kept up ti!i long alter
Cvar and Kaiser Embrace.
Bfrlin. Oct 12. Emperor William,
Prince Kismnrck, and a niiniU-r of German
officers of high rank received the ciar in this
city yesterday. The two emperors, after
rmbrticitig r, poatedly, drove to the Russian
embassy, the crowds in the streets failing to
cheer as the carriages passed at a sharp trot
Bismarck had a long conversation with the
Kida't Wans His Friends Notified.
New Yore, Oct.. 12 A roan was found
dead in a room at Taylor's hotel, Jersey
City, yesterday, with a pistol-shot wound in
his head mid a revolver lyini on the bed by
his side. A letter on the table stated that
be did not want any w.rd sut to his friends
and gave his name as Robert Pavue, of St
Appointed to the I tali llrnrh.
WASHiNiiTrN Citt, Ot 12 The presi
dent late yest-rliiy uftemoou appointed
John W. Blackburn, ot Wtih, associate just
ice of the supreme Court of the territory of
What President Day Meant.
New York, O.t 12. President Day, of
the New York club, when asked concerning
tbe dual incorporation of tbe "New York
Base Ball club," said that he was f ol ly aware
of the first incorporation, but was not named
as one of the directors, because he was not
here to sign the papers The first incorpora
tion was tbatof tlwNew York Base Ball club."
The secoud was the "X w York Bull club
Both incorporations are for the Giaota, and
both were made merely to guard against any
other tban tbe League club playing under
A Hint ne ta Laall.
Chicaoo.OcL 12. At S:30 o'clock this after
noon tbe ceremonies of unveilnig a status of
La Salle, tbs founder of the Brst white settle
ment in Illinois, took place before a large
crowd at Lincoln park. The address was
delivered by E O. Mason, president of the
Historical society. Tne status it a heroic
figure of the explorer in bronce, 0 feet high,
standing on a massive pedestal of granite. It
is ths gift of Hon. Lambert Tree, and is tbe
work of Count Jaqucs Ds Lalaing, of Brus
sels. Randall's Alleged Condition
" Washingi-ox Citt. Oct 13. -Congrsti
man Samuel J. Raudall is at bis home lo
this city resting quietly, and his physicians
say be is doing very well " But the internal
hemorrhages continue, and Mr. RaodaU has
probably for tbe last time occupied his seat
in tbe bouse. He may live for a mouth or
two, but bis ehauces .at. rsssrwy wrat ssry
A Mew Fortnightly Period leal.
BoKTOW, Oct 11. Ths first number of
new literary fortnightly, Tbs Transatlantic
a mirror of European life and letters, ap
peared yesterday. It it published byBoston
yoang nesrspapssr-men and fs made up en
tirety of translations from European lilera
tawa, wxstaot, art and musia
lWe are now well into Autumn with its changeable weather and will soon see the Mer
cury go downwards in the Thermometer, consequently all ought to prepare for it. In
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From 3ft ye ars' etprienes in ITos
pital and Private prartirr is rnahlrtl
lo guarantee rsflieai' ores in Ohionii
or po fsmons disease nf the blood.
innial.no e. skin, kidneys, blsdilei
and kindred oreans. Gray. I and sttic
Hire eared without pain or catting.
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private or Mood diseSM-scan brcureti
I ADIFQ '"i" treatment a
ir.isiiv? lovely romplei ion. tree
from sallowness, freckles, eruptions,
etc.. brilliant ees and perfect health
can be had. sTtiat -tired feel
ing" and all female weakness prompt
ly enred. Floating, headaches, Ner
voos Prostration, and Sleenlessneu
Ovarian troubles. Inflammation and l lceration
Fsllingand displscements. Spinal weakness snd
t'hsiii'c of Life. Consult the old doctor
NERVOUS Pfyical and Ort-anic weak-
w I I'fmalnre decay, evil
forebixlinrs. self-distrust, impaired memory, pal
pitation of The heart, imples on the face, specks
be fore the tYK, rincin in the ear ca'srrh
threatened consumption and every disqualifies-
SPKalMLi and FhKMANS.NTLT cored
uuuanjl? SKIN ESSMSSr
tsr?iiuc til its resali comnlet.lv .rfift,H
without the use of rnercur? Scrofula. Erysine
1 Fever So es. Blotches, Pitrples. I'lcers, pain
in the Head and Bones, Svphillic Sore Throat and
Tonfrne, Glandular enlanrement of the Neck,
Khentnarism. etc., enred whr-n others have fsiled
RUPTURF c"r"t wi,h ut in b'"d-
J f I w n, t, r net fmm hn.i,,,
URINARY tsRecently contracted or
V i ' fh"nic diseases POSITIVELY
cured la 31 to t days by a local remedy. No nau
seous drum nsed. Meilicines mailed "or express
ed to any address free from otwervation. Ohar
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. f"' ""' rn aoihlne.
Hoi RS : 10 a. m. to IS nt., s to a and 7 to S p. m.
Sunday: StoSp. m.
Wash, Av. S. MIRHEAP0LI8. HIHH.
353 Jackson St.,
St. Paul, MiDn.
Speedily Cures all Private. Nervous.
Chronic and Blojj and Skin Diseases
of both Sexes, without the use
of Mercury or Hindrance
, NO CURE, NO PAY.
Syphilis. Oleit. Stric'nre, snd sit old, lingering
rases, where the hlood has become poi-oncd,
causinc ulcers, blotches, sore throat and month
pains in tbe head snd bones, snd all diseases of
tbe Kidai-ys and Hladder, and all disesses ac
quired from exposure are CUKKD FOit I IFK.
M sw or all sacs wbo are suffering from the ter
rible effects of Seminal weakness. Sexual debili
ty and loss of Sexual power as the rasa it of
loathful Indiscretion, or excesses of mature
years, producing eiuis-lonsherrousoess. loss of
memory, Ac,, are thoroughly and permanently
Dr. Feller, who has bad many years experience
In this specialty, is a graduate from one of tbe
leading medical colleges of the country. He hss
aaysa failed in caring any cases that he hss un
dertaken. Cases snd correspondence saredly
coiiOdenllsl. Call or write for list of qnestions.
Medicines sent by mail aad express everywhere.
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IS?. j I? 50 cents st Drureists ; by malL
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SiVEtfTEMTTH St., (npstairs.)
Never Travel without a Box of
IN MAN'S ARTICLES OF
-CHANGE WITH THE SEASONS.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS,
STOVES AND RANGES
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coal.
its orrnament.eSign , AI A.DDIN Stoyes. This la beautiful in
ita ornamentation, novel in many of its featurea-ia bound to be a Rood seller Be
iajn" , o"er "Ve IU gd PinU for af,er ee' 'j
I have of course a supply of the celebrated ROUND OAKS This has been
dlP-?PhU'Sr lb,at ? i8KbeiD,? CP'ed M far M ,he' d"8 T -npulou. part?e. but
don t be deceived buy the Round Oakm..i h. u i d-u...u i ... 1 . 1
agent for above good, m well as other
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third avenne and Twentieth St., Rock Island.
1605 Second Avenue.
This week 25 dozen Ladies' Foster Hook fine Kid Glove
Only 85 Cents.
Gent's driving gloves, fine dress and street gloves.
Ladies' Gloves fitted.
Sign of the Red Glove, west of Market Square.
Will be sold during the next
To Cbse out our Blanket Stock
as much as possible, we will oflVr these Blankets at
prices that will allow NO COMPETITION. Money
jvill he .refunded if yon think you can do better any
The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher,
115 and 117 West Second St.,
GUS ENGLIN, '
No. 119 Seventeenth Street, Rocklslaud.
CSCleaning and repairing done neatly and cheaply.
A. J. SMITH Sc SON,
L izTZ?mnS A 'Si tl '"'
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
desiVable 000 Ilfjw.r;: e.c 8 6
COMPLETE IN ALL
For CataloKuei Address
J. C. DUNCAN,
Tiles dud Grates.;