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ttcls will ba printed orer actltlooa nirastarsa
ADonyswaseomraantsattom not noticed.
Corrssponilsnc solicited (roa erary townitalp
ta Hook ialand county.
TnXBSDai. DSCBMBIS 18, 1890.
Bat Nrn Path will be a grotesque
Agon at SprlogfleM with bit cood skin
cp and patent-leather pump. Ha will
ba lit oomoion for Hod. Phaeton
Howard, of frog farm notoriety.
Tbi republican ghost dsncers of tbe
TwontT-first senatorial district, will he
treated witb about at much consideration
by tbe lllinola legislature as are tbe a bo
riglnes by the Uoited Steles troop.
Emm Abbott acknowledge to forty
year. And yet it seems but a day line
sbe made her deb.it as a charming actress
and singer. How tbe yrara do pile in
upon us, for s fact. Tbe first we know
we will all be on tbe other side, dancing
Osb would Imagloe from the partlcn
lar stress the republican press of tbe
oounty lay to the fact that "Sister"
Tayne is a meinher of the Farmers' Alii-.
anee, that he will bring the three P. M.
B. A. men right into the republican
camp when be journeys to Springfield.
8. W. Heath we tbe Union' eandi-
date for bogus representative in tbe re-
puMiran conrention. Tiiis fart was suf
flcienl to knock the gentleman out In tbe
first round, elthonyh Bowling with its
one hundred republican mtjirity should
have potne claim for recognition from the
Okb good result will be achieved by
the dual election in this district. Messrs
Collins and Payne will both have the pre
fit "Hon." connected with their names.
Bat the Ui payers will be compel-d to
pat up f 3 000 for the distinction. "Hon
ors come high, but we ennst have them,
say tbe g. o. p.
TbaT tbe public takes great slock In
Pro'. KotVa -onsnnpiivc lymph in shown
by tbe fact that he cannot manufacture it
fast enough for tbe demand. It is the
world's desire, is this alleged cure for tbe
terrible disease. It is fervently to be
hoped tbat the great German professor
has made no mistake In tbe matter.
Gov. Firs baa had tbe stupity. not to
ssy audacity, of ordering an electiou of
representative in tbe Twenty-first or
nock Inland District, to consequence
the ineligibility of Wm. C. Collins
When tbe legislature meets and discovers
a vacancy. It will be time for the cover
nor to Istue his manifesto, There ar
two democrats elected in tie Rock Island
district, and that ia tbe long and short
oi it. Mncomb Jungle.
Following are the official majorities on
congressmen in Illinois, as returned by
ins state board of canvassers:
1. Taylor, B m 11. Cah'a. D. I,g13
Jn, D S.TfW IS. Wiks, b 7.48S
S. lmrb .rrnw. D.SJS IS. Hprtngrr, D. ....
a kMlum T M.) ,. . t. . ...
S Hopkins, K... S.1M 15 rla.er, I) SM
s uiu K SU IS. riihUn, MS
t. ttat Ttnn.K..:.AT 17. Lane. D S W
S. riuwtrt, l Tat IX. Porman, 1... .1,780
V. Snow, 1 . UI7 lu U iinn.. i, nut
IU. Punt, h SIS SM. Smith, K......I S07
it will be seen that nearly all of tbe
republicans got in, as it were, by tbe
"skin of their teeth. Tbe accrecate re
publican majorities foot up 11.633. Tbe
aggregate democratic majorities foot up
so.o-tu; net democratic majority on con
gress. 80.71. What a verdict on tbe
61st congress and Its infamous measures!
At re. tine's Beak.
Re. George W. Gut's new book "Our
Country s Flsg" has come from tbe press.
It is handsomely bound and finely illus
trated, having many beautiful colored
plates, and containing all the bright gema
of poetry and prose tbat Mr. Gue could
get together tbat pertain to the flag of the
nation. Tbe book waa published in
Davenport and the following extract is
laien from the Democrat' review of it:
It is a-beaUtifnl Pllt-arioeri anil alar
decked volume of over two hundred pagea
wiw a targe gut nag on tbe front. It
contains all the beat poems ever written
On the fluff of the I'nltart Rtaraa r.f A ml.
ca, with extracts from speeches, also
many mottoes snd ssyings. with a concise
and valuable history of the flag, and an
illustrated history of its birth place. Tbe
book is finely illustrated witb original en-
KrayinKB oi we nag, ana some of tbem
cicKBonr printea in colors. It is btgn -toned
in every reanect. a nnrfwt twain
for the Parlor table, an nrntmnn t in an
home. While designed to cultivate toy
any to our country ana patriotic devo
tion tO her lnStitntiona It ia antiral fra
from political, sectional and Sectarian
prejudice. It is just the book for flag
uaja in scnoois ana enureses.
The book is to be sold by subscription.
Mebeala ar the Sltata.
The forthcoming annual report of the
state superintendent of public instruction
will bare the following statistics relating
to lbs schools: Number of males in the
state under twenty-one years of see. 879.
90S and of females 884,839, a total of
1,744,044, Tbe total number between the
ages of six and twenty-one la 1,163.440.
Out of a total of 11.511 districts school
la bald in all but 82. The total enroll
ment In the schools is 778,319. The
number of teachers employed is 33,164
of whom 7,623 are male and 15.649 fe
males. Libraries are maintained in 1.607
diairtcU, and during the year 85,833 vol
umes have been bought for district
libraries, making the total number of vol
umes la district libraries 167.S0S. Tbe
highest monthly wages paid to a male
teacher Is $300 and the highest to a female
teacher 9220, the lowest wages being re
spective y tlS.SO and f 10. The amount
of the district tax levy for the support
of these scboo's is $10,400,782, and the
stlmat-id value of school property, $23,
853.C11; libraries, $305,814; apparatus,
f 4,238. The total receipt, of tbe depart
ment during tbe year were $15,307,757:
total expenditures. $12,137,231, and tbe
balance on band July 1, $3,140,661 - The
actual net cost of the schools for one
year, exclusive of salaries of superinten
dents and officers and their incidental ei.
pensea. is $11,649,209.
Tneu aasiaas Boost (.
Probably bo one thing baa caused aucb
a general revival of trade at Haiti ft
fiahnsen's drug store as their giving
away to their customers of so many free
trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption. : Their trade it simply
enormous in this very valuable article
from the fact that it aways cures and
never disappoints. Coughs, colds,
asthma, bronchitis, croup, and all throat
and lung diseases quickly cured. Ton
can test it before buying by getting a
f ' 1 trt:le free, large tlxe CI. . Every
'. "i vrr;Btd.
AGREED ON .A BILL.
Senators Construct a Measure
for Financial Relief.
THE IMP0ETA1IT FEATURES NOTED.
Tlawa el Hhermaa and Wlndoaa Pall to
Impraaa the Flaaaelara Aettoa at Last
Taken oa the Proposal to Chaace tlta
Balea Tba Ronae Paaaea tha Appor
tionment Bill, Many Daaaoerata Voting
Ayo Xamaa of tha Negative Vetera
Washington Citt, Dec. 18. The Repub
lican senators were in caucus for three
hours last night considering the financial
question and the question of passing the
federal election bill. The result of the
caucus was the adoption of the financial
scheme reported from the caucus com
mittee Monday night, in substance, with
the clause providing for the Issue of 3 per
cent, bonds eliminated. This proposition
will be brought befere the senate before
the vote is taken on the federal election
bill, and afterwards a rule will be reported
to provide for establishing the previous
qnestion, the object of this rule being the
passage of tbe election bill. It was also
determined practically that there will be
no holidays at Christmas time.
Sherman Coaldat 8ava Hla Bill.
The bond proposition of Senator Sher
man was not given np without a struggle
by the senator from Ohio. He had the
caucus committee in session all afternoon
trying to agree to some compromise which
might be accepted by tbe caucus in place
of his original proposition, aud he urged
upon the caucus the necessity of adopting
either his propoeition or that of Secretary
M'indom for the issue of interconvertible
bonds. Neither of these propositions was
acceptable to the caucus, however, and
tna bond clause was struck from the bill.
Another important change made in it re
1 ted to tbe amount of bonds deposited to
be required of national banks. Tbe prop
osition of tbe caucus committee was to re
duce this amount to Sl.ooo for all banks.
Tbe caucus agreed to reduce the amount
to 1,3 for all banks of S50.000 cartitaL
but to la,ve the law unchanged affecting
Silver and United Statea Not.
The other features of the caucus bill am-
Tbe purchn.se of 12,000,000of silver during
the calendar year 1SHI, not more than
3,000,UU) in any one mouth, and the tame
of treasury notes on it according to the
provisions of the law of July 12. 1890: tbe
isroe of treasury notes based on silver to
take the place of national bank notes re
tired whenever the amount of nationul
DMiik notes in circulation shall fall below
Slui.Oiio.mio, and the issue of United Status
note when silver cannot be had.
A Free Coiaace Provision.
Tbe subsidiary coin and tbe trade dol
Irs in the treasury are to be Tecoined: tbe
Issue of national bank notes is authorized
to tbe paramount of bonds deposited to
secure tbem, instead of to 90 per cent, as
now; and a provision Is added that when
silver shall have remained at par for a year
any one holding silver bullion shall be en
titled to bring it to the mint and have it
coined into dollars at the expense of the
o Cnrlatmas for Senators.
When this measure will be reported to
tbe senate ia not determined. It is not ex
pected tbut It will be brought up this
week. Tbe general expression of opinion
was against the adjournment of the sen
ate for the holiday season, and although
no vote was taken on this it is likely tbe
senate will remain in session through next
week. 1 he debate on tbe federal election
bill will continue through this week, and
next week the financial measure will bo
brought up, while the election bill is laid
Action on the Cloaare Rale.
The motion which was made at the cau
cus of last week to authorize the rules
committee to report a general rule for es
tablishing the previous question was
agreed to, but with the understanding
mat me rule win not be adopted until tbe
financial measnre Is disposed of. or until
it becomes evident that tbe Democratic
senators intend to prevent tbe nassaee of
the financial measure for the purpose of
aeiaymg tbe vote on the election bilL
House and Senate tat Brief.
VaSHlXGTOX Cnr, Dec 18. After pass
ing a bill for the sale of tbe old customs
building at Erie, Pa., tbe senate went on
witb tbe talk on the election bill vesterdav
Dolph spoke in its favor and Kenny, Rea
gan and Butler in opposition. Hoar twice
asked tbat a time be fixed for a vote and
twice tbe request was met by a chorus of
Democratic objections, the second time
Gorman saying that the senate was only
on me wreanoia oi aeoate.
The bouse took up tbe apportionment
bill again, and after defeating amend
ments increasing the membership to 359
ana granting aew xork city a new count,
passed tne Dili iw to 83.
THE VOTE ON APPORTIONMENT.
A Number of Democrats Help Put the
WasHIXGTOX ClTT. Dec 18. In suite of
the fact that the opposition to tbe appor
tionment bill was almost exclusively on
the Democratic side of the house, that
measure received tbe support of a num
ber of Democrats in the final vote yester
day. Those voting in the affirmative were
Abbott, tsiggs, ttiano, Blount Hoatner.
Breckinridge of Kentucky, Bu
chanan of Virginia, Caudler of
Georgia, Clarke of Alabama, Clu
nie. Crain. Culberson of Texas. FA.
munds, Finley, Forney, Grimes, Hayea,
Haynes, Heard, Hemphill, Kilgore, xian
ham, Lee, Lewis, Mansur, Mi lis, Moore of
xexaa, j rwrau, uweuj oi unio, .fierce,
Stewart, of Texas. Stona nf L'.nm.l.
Stone of Missouri, Tillman, Walker, Wasb
ington, VYiisunson, Wilcox, Wilson of
aunoun, auu n iison oi west irginia.
The Foil Nov Vota.
The nay vote in full was as follows: Al-
Barnes, ' Blancbard, Breckinridge of Ar
kansas, Brickner Brookshire, J. B.
Brown, Brunner, Buckalew, Bunn, Camu-
dcu, i,aruin, taicuings, wiuncy, Clem
enta, Cobb, Covert, Crisp, Camming,
Dunnbv. Ellis. Enlna. Pllhlxii
Forenian, Fowler, Geissenhimer, Good-
nignt, tiare, Henderson of .North Caro
Una, Herbert, Hoi man. Lane, Lawler,
Iater of Georcria. fncnvn Itfniah Afai.
of Indiana, Martin of Texas, Mc
Adoo, McCarthy, McClennan, McCreary.
ju.cao.uiau, lucnae, juonigomery, Alutcb
ler. Dates. O'Nfull nf Indiana rn,
Parrett, Paynter, Peel, Pennington, Perry,
.race, jrmaar, iuion, lucliardson, Rob
ertson, Rogers, Sayera, Seney, Shively
SDinola. Snrimrer RtahlnuV Srnv.l.i.
Tracey, Tucker, Turner of Georgia, Tur
ner of New York, Vaux, Waddill, Wheeler
of Alabama, Whitthorne, Wike, Wiley,
n intuitu oi Illinois, j. Oder.
Thought It Wl Preposterous.
Wabhingtoh Citt. iiw in -mn.
Dolph waa SDeokintr in the
day in favor of the elections bill, Eustis in-
quirea whether if 1,500,000 Chinamen in
Oreaon had thAriirlit. nf.tiffra, .. n
tablished in Oregon a Chinese state gov
ernment, and if the people of Oregon bad
overthrown that fhin t,,
would Dolph advocate the passage of a
u Biiuiuiaie ana to sustain those
Chinamen. Dolnh auid that t.ha nmnrt
tion waa preposterous.
BANK FAILURE AT CHICAGO.
A. Skean Speenlatea and Hla Iieposltors
-ray tne Freight."
Chicago. Dec 18. Tha S. a kPAtt Mr
Ca bank, founded in and innu-n fr.
many years throughout the country as tha
x-resun, luian uo. bank, with branches
in New Verk and Ti, wtnn nnimTmnai
suspension after business hours yesterday.
-ir. ivean, wno4s tne only survlviug mem
ber Of the COmttanV. annt a atntamont
the press last night to the effect that the
oana would not open Its doors In the
morning, and stating that it would be im
possible for him at tbe present time to
make any statement regarding Its assets
and liabilities, other than that he felt con
fident all Its creditors would be paid in '
stoujh on Small Depositor. -
Other (titrnur, tianlr.H ... V.
rt" w.utj wuviu
am int.imatA.lv kpnnaWI . v. .v. .r.
wwwu.Hw. n i.u VtlE 1 1 1 1
of Kean's bank, aay that the failure will
be a very bad one, ao for as its limited i
number of creditors is concerned, and that :
tm k4lnaaihla ..that it will mails
much, I? anything. The creditors are oon- I
fined chiefly to small depositors and In- j
vestors who placed their money with Kean
& Co. for investment in stocks and bonds, j
in which the bank did a considerable
brokerage business, handling bonds of
many small western cities.
Another Case of Speculation.
Mr. Kean, it is said, bas been speculat
ing considerably on his own account, and
got in much deeper than his limited capi
tal Justified. The recent depreciation in
almost every character of stock and secur
ities in which he was dabbling, and tbe
prevalent stringency in the money market,
crippled him so badly that he was nnrfble
to keep his head above water. Yesterday
afternoon he called on a number of capi
talists and banks and implored them to
help him tide over his troubles.
Money Was "Stringent" with. Him. ;
A conference waa held at one of the
the hanks at which bankers who had pre
viously aided him were present, bnt after
listening to his statement they decided
not to jeopardize their money by coming
to bis rescue. The failure cuts no figure
whatever in financial circles here. The
bank was not organized under the national
law, nor did it do any business through
the Chicago clearing house, but waa
simply a private concern transacting ita
clearances through the Corn Exchange
NO UNION WITH GLADSTONE.
80 Long as Re Standi for Homo Rale,
8aye Jo Chamberlain.
Lokdos, Dec. ia Joseph Chamberlain
in a speech at a private Unionist caucus
in Birmingham last night said that within
the past week certain former friends in the
Gladstonian party had re-opened negotia
tions on the ground that as Parnell had
rendered home rule Impossible a reunion
of the Liberals might be effected. He had
replied that such a step was impossible,
because Gladstone fondly clung to the de
sire of his old age, and retained home
rule in tbe fore front of his programme.
An Alliance That Might Be Made.
Chamberlain doubted, anyhow, that re
union would ever be possible with the
men forming the Gladstonian majority.
But recent events had opened the eyes of
the moderate Gladstoneans, who might co
operate with tbe Unionists and Conserva
tives in the formation of a truly national
party of progress, m the truest sense of the
NOT IN THE USUAL STYLE.
Coward Enough to Kill Hla Wife, bat Not
to Commit Suicide.
Cabdiff, Cola, Dec m A year ago J.
E. Phelan quarreled with his wife, and
they finally decided to separate. Phelan
left, but returned a few days ago and
threatened to kill his wife if sbe did not
return and live with him. Tuesday night
they quarreled, and Phelan shot his wife
dead. After tbe shooting Phelan barred
bimselt in the house and defied tbe crowd
which urrounded it. Tbe sheriff at Glen
wood Springs was sent for, and with the
assistance of the crowd gradually closed in
on the dwelling until after a fierce strug
gle tne aesperace man was captured and
piaceu in jail.
DILLON APPEALS FOR PEACE.
He and O'Connor Beg the Iilsh People to
Stop the Row.
Xew York, Dec. 18. Dillon and O'Con
nor, after seeing Sullivan off yesterday.
met at the Hoffman house and had a con
ference. At its close the following cable
gram, signed by Dillon and O'Connor, was
sent to Justin McCarthy, M. P.:
Have learned with the deenestnain of the
Injury to Mr. Parnell yesterday. Langnafrs
auu acts or violence on both aides wul ruin
tbe Irish canae in the eyes of Americana and
flU the Irish people here witb despair. Save
the cause. Use innoence with our friends and
a Ob tain from au personal insults and violence.
no matter how great the provocation, and ap
peal to Mr. Purn ell's auppgrters to abstain
iroxn attacituig meetings.
Flaying- a Looina- Game.
O'Connor thought tbat the Irish cause
naa gone back wonderfully within the
past few weeks, aud said that if Parnell
kept on in his present stand, even if the
election was lost at Kilkenny, the cause
wouiu oe irretrleveably ruined.
The Denoted Chief.
Dcblis, Dec. 18. The hope entertained
early yesterday morning that Parnell
might at least be able to take the air for a
few minutes during the day was dissi
pated. Mis eyes are very much inflamed
and he suffers great pain. No one is ad
mitted to his darkened room at the Vic
toria hotel, He appeared, for a moment
with bandaged eyes on tbe balcony of the
uuici at A.uKenny loss nignt and ad
dressed a crowd of . his friends,
wno were frenzied at the ap
pearance . of their chief in such
a condition, and vociferous in
their declarations of a tinrnnw nt mttint
even for tbe outrage. It may be some
uays Derore rarnell will be able to take
pan in me ngnt again.
Parnell has issued an appeal to the "Hill-
siae- men, in which in rather frantic
phrases be appeals to them to stand by
him. . He made another speech from hia
hotel window last night
Tanner, Deasy, and Davitt spoke at
Freshmore last night, while Tim and
Maurice HpaIv Afr-rwtliv anH Tj,i.u,t.
at Cork. Tbere was angry crowd of Par-
neiutes around the hall at Cork, and a ser
ious riot was imminent when the meeting
ad journed, but the nolin krnt tin nn
Matters were comparatively quiet yester-
ua, mere ueing no serious outbreak.
Call It "The Insappreserble."
Dublin-, Dec IS. The McCarthy organ
appeared yesterday under the title of "Tha
Insuppressible." The prospectus of the
xnsn national piessnas been issued. It
nates mat me object is to issue a new
Dublin dailv to tvnmant naii
esta, which are jeopardized by the lack of
an organ giving opportunity for Inde
pendent expressions of the political con
victions of tbe Irish people.
The Miwile Which Hit Parnell.
Loxdon, Dec. ia The TeleeraDh'a Kil
kenny dispatch says that tbe missile
which struck Parnell was a paper bag
filled With Kinked lima
Paris. It was deliberately thrown at Par-
ueii ixooi a uistance oi six leec. xne dark
ness made it impossible to detect the cul
Too Acnte for Compromise.
LoKlioy, Dec 17. In a published inter
view Muurice Ileal y is represented assay
ing that assurances can be given the pub
lic that no settlement nt tha ln.li nnlit-i.
col crisis is possible by arbitration. The
contest, he said, would be fought to the
That Extraordinary Parnell Eyo. '
LOKIKIS. Dec 18. The Dailv News' ITil.
kenny dispatch says that only bags of flour
were thrown in Tuesday's melee. Par
cell's eve was iniiimri t a Dr.mo u.t.iu
- . J n m.u.
must have contained some lime.
UNEXPECTED! Y STRUCK OIL.
The Kesnit Being the Fatal Burning of
FlXBLAV. O.. Dec. IA The Ohio Oil
company's drillers who have been putting
down a. well near Carey, yesterday unex
pectedly drilled hito the Trenton rock, tbe
gas and oil rushing forth with terrific
force, flooding the derrick and aaturatinir
the drillers. The gas ignited from the
boiler, covering the men with oil and fear
fully and fatallv hnrninn-
fore they could get oat of the burning der-
nun., xue ueaa uruier. a man h.aH
Wolff. Is not expected to live, and hla as
sistant is perhaps fatally burned. The
derrick and every tiling connected with
the well was speedily burned down and
tbe volume of oil and gas continue to burn
as it comes from the well.
Tbe Idaho Senatorahlp.
Boise, Idaho, Dec IS. Both housea of
the Idaho legislature met in 1oint session
at noon yesterday and proceeded to ballot
for United States senator. Two ballots
were taken, and no election havinir ha
made an adjournment was token. The
vote was as follows: First ballot Dubois,
17; Shoup, 9; McConnell, 8; Claggett, 8;
Btephensou, Dem., 7: Mayhew, Dem,, 8.
Second ballot Dubois. 17: Khnnn in. f
Counell, S; Claggett, 8; Stephenson, s;
Mayhew, 6. , ; .
Win Probably Ouillotlao Both. i
PAltlB, Dec 18. The trial of Frmud anA
Bompard for the murder of Gouffa -waa
continued yesterday. Both were ques
tioned severely, but neither varied from
we original story, xne questioning got so
not, far Bnimunl t.nat ana
terics. A witness testified vfcnt Bompart
was an eery subject iortne nynouser.
THE i BOCK ISLAND
BOLD, BAD INDIANS.
Gen. Miles Will Now Attend to
f Them Personally. ,
catjse or snrnra bull's abjlest.
The Old Kaseal Had Been Inciting Hoe
; tllity A Move Ordered oa the Defiant
Be Ukias Aeoonat of tha Fight a
Bb it's Camp Hia 8qnaw the Canae of
tb Troonle List of the rasnaltlee A
flhi ewd Vte's Remark "Government
He tp Liar."
CH caoo, Dec 18. Late last night the
folio ring dispatch from Gen. Miles, dated
Rapi 1 City, & D., p. m., was received by
Assii taut Adjt. Gen. Corbin at army head.
quar rs. The first paragraph was vague,
and apparently bad been "bulled" in
tram mission. Although telegraphing at
a lati hour. Gen. Miles makes no allusion
to the alleged fight and slaughter of fifty
men concerning which a report came from
Rapil City Tuesday night:
"X y information waa reliable and posi
tive of bis Sitting Bull's emissaries
and runners going to different tribes and
excii tog them to hostility. The order for
his itrrest was not given any too soon, as
he w as about leaving the reservation with
100 Sgbting men. The effect has been
disbirtening to many others. I hare
directed the troops to ride down and
taptire or destroy the few that escaped
aftet his death from Standing Bock.
Gen. Brooke has more than 1,000 lodges,
or 5, K30 Indians under his control at Pine
Rid re, but there are still 2.V) lodges, or
over 2no fighting men in tbe Bad Lands
who are very defiant and hostile."
: The War Will Be a Short Ona.
Hi TIT) ClTT. S. D.. Dec IS A doriiriva
mov j will be made on the hostiles now
scattered through tbe Bad Lands, proba
bly n Friday. Gen. Miles is hern, and
has llaced himself in commnnicatinn with
Lthe troops at all Of the different nnnts. Tt
is le traed tbat orders have been sent to the
tore at l'ine Ridge, Forts Yates, Meade,
and Robinson to pre para for a move on
the Pliant redkins. Couriers, it is Un
derstood, have been sent from tbe posts to
all the advanced detachments of troops,
sotl.at a simultaneous, advance may be
nmii e. Tbe Indians are scattered through
out i he Bad Land, but it is said are con
cern rauug, ana as they are now almost
surrounded bytroops.it is thought the
war. of there is one, will be of short dura
THE FIGHT AT BULL'S CAMP.
Opportune Arrival of Capl. Ferhet with
Si aNDlNU Rock Auenct. X. n . IW 1
Tl.e following are the aitual details of
the -iuht in which Sittina- Bull was killed:
The police, under Bull Head, lieutenant of
poli x, and Suave Head, first sergeant,
went into camp near bitting Bull's vil
lage On the Eitfht Of the lath ind tna nr
morninir went into Rnll'a nn nj n,..i.
the arrest. Sitting Bull expressed his
w nt .iigness go witu mem, but wanted
to n ake some preparations for tbe jour
ney, and ordered his ' horse to be gotten
Mrs. Bnll Rata ITn a
While Bnll Head snri har. UH
in the shack where tbe old chief waa get
ting reaay, two Docks enveloped in blank
ets entered the shack, and throwing off
their blankets, opened fire on the police.
Sitt n g Bull's wife had gone out and set
11 n I howl, which aaatna ts, 1,um I-m, v..
sign al for tbe assault. In the fight which
...II , I . n, , . . . . . .
lottoweu xieu lomanawg Killed Kitting
Bill.. Ten or more of Sittina. Rnli'. ri.
low rs were killed.. Seven police were
ana uun ueaa and ohava. Head
er s uesperateiy wounaed.
Fechpt'a Arrival r-hanm rhl.
T ie police were now surrounded, but at
this juncture Capt. Fechet, with his Gat
ling gun and a Hotchkiss, reached the
seer e and attacked the Indiana, who after
an 1 our and a iialf of hot skirmishing took
to fiif'ht and disannearMl into tha ilmk,.
The officers and men under the gallant Fe-
tuei, no is a man or experience and un
queiioned bravery, acted with courage
auu (fuuu juugmenu
Tlie Indian tmlim feillni T
Eole, Afraid-of-Soldiers, Hawk Man,
Brocen Arm. Bnll Head and Shave Head
wen badly wounded; Alex Middle was
woendedin tbe leg. The bostiles killed
w": sitting uuii: urow root. Sitting
Bui 's son; Brave Thunder, and his son;
Cat. h the Bear. Black Roar T.ittla A
abo ne, Spotted Horn Bull. After Shave
ti a , t, i . . . .
nciuwiuauii neaa were taken to fort
l at is the former died. Bull Head will
HOWLING WOLFS CRAZY FREAK.
A I ad Indian Wtaa Tried to Scalp at
Woman at Atchison, Kan.
Atchisov, Kan., Dec ia Howling
w oi t, an utoe Indian from the reservation
in southern Nebraska, made a determined
atte npt to scalp a young woman who waa
passing the L nion station Sunday niehL
He had his knife drawn, and had forced
tbe Ionian to her knees. Her hair was fat
his ra.sp, and he was about to complete
uia luouuy wort, wnen a man, attracted
by iier screams, rushed up and knocked
the lavage down.
VTiUky Was the Matter 'with W.M.
V olf was howling drunk. He was go-
iug i inuiau ifrntory to visit hla rela
tives there, and escaped on the train be
fore the police arrived. Wolf had heard a
great deal about the ghost dancing and
the Messiah, and, being loaded with liq
uor, was in a frenzy when he saw the
woman passing on tbe street alone.
Vie Nearly "Hens Rla-ht."
Di -banco, Colo., Dec. 18. The party of
ramoad surveyors who were ordered off
the reservation Sunday by the Indiana in
still in Durango. The annual annuity
gwa are issuea at ignacio, and it is not
kno T wbat effect it will have on the In
dial s. The main trouble is. a TTta 1 -
"Government heap big liar," meaning that
tne juvernnient lias lauetl to ratify tbe
agreement made two years ago for their
rem ival to Utah.
. More Troops on the Xovo.
Chkteskx, Wya, Dec If The Seven
teen tb Infantry left for thx f -out yester
day taking the train on thirty minutes no
tice. There are seven mmnnniM Y.m
mas ded by Col. Ofiiey, an Indian fighter
of ttiirty years experience. Most of the
officers and men have been in the field be
iotu iney expect to be gotie thirty days.
Explains That Flgbt "Fake,
B.U-1D ClTT. Dec 18 There was firing
heatd forty-five miles from Rapid City
on I "hinncy's ranch Tuesday, the Indians
ad ranchmen exchanging abuts, but no
One Was hurt. Theaa lirtla la-uahaa m.
port ad are -probably all there was to the
rcpi noi many soldiers Killed.
RVTHER RECKLES3 LAWMAKING.
AKewTork Statute That Is Bough oa
- Alleged Offenders.
Sjw York, Dec 18. John Cavanagh
waa arrested in October last on a charge
of tl ireatening to injure his sister, and was
com mitted to the Tombs in default of $300
bail to keep the peace. The code of crim
inal procedure, chapter II, "security to
keei the peace," provides that if the pria
onm gives tbe bail required he must be
disc uirged, but if he does not he must be
com nutted to prison, where, for anvthinar
that appears in tbe chanter, he must stav
.fort be rest of his life unless he can aret
bail. Cavanagb stayed in two months.
and Tuesday he was before the supreme
court on habeas corpus. His counsel read
the chapter of the code.
: Declared the Law Invalid.
Jtdge Andrews remarked tbat there
ample provision for putting a man ia
rat none to get him out. "Unless he
iea.seu in a proceeding of this kind,"
the judge, "a man could be kept in
m . -. ... . . ...
iur me, wseep tne peace." -Astus-'
District Attorney Gross admitted
it was a harsh law. He had bad
a ase before, and Jndtrn O'Rrien harf
shed a Doint to dinchnrire tha
n Andrews then mid tbat ao act
h nfaoflKfillv nnnvlntwl .tw.l I
-.""... w-mv v-aa v H.WIVJ UNA RCU l-fTUfJVm
n for life without trial was invalid,
rdered Cavonagb's discharge.
Brooklyn court Wednesday gave a
r-old boy vewljct e-kint aatiw
ty d ",' 5f 'Hftil nl
KOCH IS NOWHERE.
A Couple of Michigan Doctors
ASICS. CURS FOB OOTSUMPTI0N.
Treatment )hat Digs a Patient Aaaost
Out of tha Orsre Xrw Theory of the
Caase of the Disease Combination of
Injeettoa and Respiration The Chlor
. Idea of Cold and Sodium for tha Former
and Chlorine Gas for the Latter A
DETROIT, Dec 18. Two of the foremost
physicians of Michigan announced yester
day that they have discovered a consump
tion cure whose efficacy is beyond ques
tion. The medical men who have thus
distinguished themselves are Dr. K. I
Shurley, principal physician of tbe Har
per hospital, and Dr. Heneage Uibbs, of
the Michigan university at Ann Arbor.
For over a year these two doctors have
bent all their energies to the discovery of
a cure, and not until yesterday, when the
success of their labors was beyond a doubt,
did they announce it.
A WflTereat Theory fross Koch's,
The theory upon which this work has
been carried on does not harmonise with
that advanced by Dr. Koch. It is founded
upon tbe belief that the chief injury in
consumption is caused by powerful alka
line poisons which tbe body is capable of
generating, and that these poisons cause
ulceration and the gathering of the cheesy
matter in the air cells of the lungs. Ow
hig to the conplex nature of the affection
no specific can elTect a complete cure.
That would be like giving bnt one kind of
medicine to a man suffering at the same
time from sunstroke and a broken leg.
The New Treatment Oeerrthed.
So a dnal treatment is necessitated. Tbe
injected fluid is taken up by the blood,
neutralizes the poison already existing
ami puts a stop to the creation of more.
Tbe inhaling of chlorine kss is de
pended on to reach and cure Hie tnherrlee
already existing upon the lungs. Tbe
doctors decided tbat an injection of ani
mal matter was d.-ingerous to life, and.
searching for chemicals, they hit upon
the chloride of gold aud chloride of sodium
as tbe proper materials for the injection.
In addition to tbe injection they decided
to use chlorine gas, but chlorine gas has
always been supposed to be irrespirable.
Chlorine 4ia Made Resplrahle.
By introducing a sprsy of sodium into
the room before the chlorine gas the doc
tors found that . it not only rendered tbe
gas breathable but also heightened its ef
fects. One queer feature of the new treat
ment is a cabinet in which the patient is
placed and has no communication w ith tbe
outside air except a brc.-thing tube, which
is fitted closely to his month. Tbe air In
tlie cabinet Is rarified until the pressure is
eight pounds to the inch, which is seven
pounds less titan normal.
Eipaamlon of the Lang-a.
The result of this is tbat tbe air rush
to the cells that have been broken down
and debilitated, and the process of reju
venation Is started. This is helped out
further by a series of chest exercises. The
hospital has spent tl2,000 in perfecting
arrangement for the cure, and success at
lost seems to nave been reached.
A Dozen Cases Treated.-
A dozen coses attest the efficacy of the
treatment. -i ne most marvelous feature
is the cure of Miss Jackson, of Windsor.
who was taken to the hospital in a dying
condition in an ambulance seven weeks
ago, and yesterday, on being discharged as
cured, walked two miles to her home, ap
parently restored to health. Both Dr.
Shurley and Dr. Gibbs stand hiich in tbe
profession, and Michigan physicians re
gard their cure as the great discovery of
FARMERS ON THE RAMPAGE.
The Alllanee Begins Its Campaign Rather
Vlgoronsty la Kansas.
Wichita, Kan., Dec ia The initial
step was taken bv the Allianr in tha
eastern part of Kingman county Tuesdsy
nigut, in me direction of regaining posses
sion of property by force which had been
sold under mortgngo. Thomas Guthrie
moved hia family on a quartur section in
Evans township on the east line of King
man a few days ago. The section waa one
that had been recovered from a failing
buyer. Soon after Guthrie took posses
sion he received letters showing a skull
and cross-bones and a note telling him
that he was a tool for the mortgage com
panies and he had better skip.
Too Tardy A boot His Gnn.
Shortly after midnight Tuesday night
about TOO masked men, with wagons and
on horse b-ck, called. They told him he
must leave, no refused, saying tbat he
would defend himself by shooting. Before
he could get his gun the mob rushed In
and overt lowered him and the family, and
placed tbem in an uncovered road wagon.
The party consisted of Guthrie, hia
wife and four children, and Guthrie's
father and mother. The househoU effects
were placed in wagons and the mob started
away with cheers. They went sixteen
miles southeast, stopping in Sedgwick
county, near where Guthrie's family
formerly lived, dumped the people and
their effects out in tbe road and returned.
Tba Fight Not Over Tet.
All this was done before daylight, and
another party had . moved the former
would-be buyer aud family into their
former home. It is claimed that the local
Alliance agreed upon tbe plan, followed it
nut and have submitted their nt-beuie to
those in the organisation high in author
ity, and tbe sarte approved it. - It
is believed that. this is the first ex
hibition of a plan tbat is to be fol
lowed by the organization, hoping to de
feat the law until they can have it changed,
loan Agent Clapp says be is getting a list
of the names of all mivwtiw) In tv. .-lo
tion, and will prosecute tbem with all the
i i ... 1 1 . -
low in siK'll. Mil mill get possession of tbe
property ogam, and hold it ilk armed
Dodged Pennsylvania Law.
New YoCK, Dec 18. Robert Dalton,
formerly a clerk for Wells, Fargo & Co.,
-anted in this city to answer an indict
ment for eralMxzling, was brought on from
Chester, Pa., where he was arrested, in a
novel manner. The law of IVnnv) lvsnia
Joes not allow a prisoner to be extradited
to another state without a requisition. As
Dalton agreed to come on without tbe for
molities of the law being observed, the
:hief of police at Chester appointed Dalton
an escort to atteud him (tbe chief of po
lice) to this city. In this manner they
nie to New York.
Silver" Hint la Hard Lack.
Chicago, Doc. 18. Frank a Flint, "Old
Silver," the once famous catcher of the
White Stockings, is in hard luck lately.
Some time ago Hint's wife sued him for
iivorce, and yesterday the sheriff closed
his saloon at Tliirtv-llfrh atrunr .nJ ci.-.k
avenue on a confession of judgment for
iiw in lavor oi me feter Suhonuiiufea
Hrewins fimitimiv. whila a l,nii1
pany, to shorn he was indebted for sa-
twu lumtiure, lureciosea a chattel mort
gage on the most of his effects. -
w Drainage Enclnecr. '
Chicago. Dec ia William EzraWor
then, of New York, was elected to the po
sition of chief engineer of the drainage
board at tne weekly meeting of the trus
tees yesterday. Mr. Worth an V appoint
ment is said te be iu accon'eioe uh the
wishes of Gen. Newton, wk'u whom the
engineering committee had a cousultation
be to re be left 'or .New 1 ork Tncsday.
. . That Oklahoma Capital Uia
GCTHUiE, O. T., Doe. 18. Tuesday after
noon Governor Steele returned the King
fisher capital bill to both houses of tha
legislature with a cominunieaiiou setting
forth his objections .to it. The legislature)
refused to :!iaiige tbe bill.
- Skating Kneo at Aaastsrdaan.
Amsterdam, Holland, Dec 1& Iu tha
championship skatinf tournament here
yesterday Donaghue, of Newburgh, X.
won tbe mile race for amateurs in S min
utes V 4-5 seconds. The ice was in splen
did cotiditiou. There was a ttroiiB- Hind
: Labonchoro Makaa a Mt istnr'.ont. f7
IjOSDOS-. Dee. 18. I shni.ibi 4 .
neech at Stratford put r'-kt, said that
DECEMBEli 18, 1GC0.
- 1oui Eugene Cbarpentier, tbe famous
French artist, is dead.
The suspension of Erastus E. Ford waa as
pounced on the New York Stock Exchange
Frederick Martell, a boy of 1ft, suicided
in Chicago Tuesday night while tempor
arily insane on religion.
Tbe poet WhitUer Wednesday celebrated
the KM anniversary of his birth, at his
home in DaUvera, Mas.
Eighteen men fell in a rage to the bot
tom of a coal ndne at Hornu, Belgium,
Wednesday, aud were killed.
Robert Baker, of Chicago, killed him
self Weduewd.ty while a constable was
trying to arrest him fur embezzlement.
Tbe heaviest snow-fall in years took
place at l'ittuburg Wednesday, crippling
the telegraph service and blocking the
A strike has stopped work iu the saw
mills on the Calcasien river and Lake
Charles, I .a. Tlie strikers want ten in
stead of eleven hours.
The police at Vienna Wednesday made
a descent upon the house of a suspected
anarchist. A Urge quantity of dynamite
was discovered and seized.
Henry D. McHenry, a member of tbe
nations! Democratic committee since
1x70, died of heart disease at his home in
Hartford, Ky., Wednesday.
The residence of Senator Gorman, of
Maryland, at Laurel, Md., waa destroyed
by fire early Wednesday,, the senator's
wife and daughter escaping fn their night
Nelson Hrett, of Memphis, Tenn.. Is In
jail on a charge of trying to kill his IS
year-old wife whom he induced six months
ago to elope with him aud then treated
so badly that she left blni.
The Conservative carried the election
iu the ItasHctlaw division of Nottingham
shire, Knitland, by an increamsl majority
Tuesday, the result of tbe Liberals stay
ing away from the polls. Parnell did it.
The roof of tbe Roanoke Machine
Works. at Roanoke, Va., collapsed
Wednesday, under a heavy weight of
suow. One man was killed and eight la-
jured. The damage is estimated at (1U0,-
True to his nature at tbe point of death,
James D. Weston, a New York crook,
swindled his physician out of 10,0vv ia
the sale of an alleged silver luiue in
Colorado, an accomplice getting away
with the money. Wewlou then died
A year old deaf mute has been con
victed at May's landing, N. J., of bur-
gi.try. He is expert at his "profession.
aud also very enterprising. He is too
yonn u for stales prison, and the reform
school refuses to receive him, and the
court d.iesirt know what to do with him.
Talked Too Narii with Ills Month.
Ai.bkut Lea, Minn., Ivc. IS. Miss
Gracie K'lunignrttn-r lias l.-cn awarded
$.",!.) iU:u.-igi-s in a suit she brought
axaiust Jnn l.rabnm. of II turns. a, Iowa,
who, in July In-t, l.e tlH-n being iu busi
ness in this rii v. niu.le statemeuts deroga
tory to her character.
Chicago, Dec. 17.
llosrd of trade quotation today were as fol
lows: Wheat No. t Decern txsr, opened UII40.
closed Sl-V: Jsnnary. opened closed tviai
May, oprucd tit', elsd (l.s Com No.
t lsem Iter, opened S3r,r. sied Uy: Jan nary.
Opened Ale, t-lunxl ii-; Mar. opened utc,
cosed ; -No. 3 Heoonber. opened
4114c, rkised January, opened 4110, 4.Msd
SAae: Way, -nrd i-IishI I'ork
Decern Ur, Apne! and i-fcaied a.!: Janu
ary. eiMil aud rlisml rlii 25: Hat.
01-irwd iU.ai. t-Jowd Ml luatrd-Deoeiav
ber. uM-iiea and i-fasted .
Live Stork The tni.Hi sto.-k Vsrna aport
the tull is-ins nrVvsr 1-an-Market
a-tiveand I'r.r, lom-.s-: i.-ht inadas, aiia)
! ; rouih s. kiiu;. 2.-i.:i..A; m:sud. Si 5
10. 1 .: 1.evy jg.-liiuj and atuii'iuv t-Leldl
Sm; pitrs. rtf iiiAiw.
t'attle-4'hristmas Ixwrea. $.&irA2: st.-irk.
ers and feeders, tf.it.- i": .slrss. tiiH.JliO;
ww end nulls, ti ki a'b'iice to laney
is, icxas steers. yjlS-iiiil.
biteep Trade good; tJiV.i .; uuuhs, i i,u
Produce: Bntr Fancy separator. SSCrSaje
per lb; daii-k finest frexh, rawktag
st a. I'm lie. Insli rsa.Uo.1, Itan nd,
2-jiV! t du.: a-e laaiss ttu k. Ik-lIsu.
vnwaw fioonry nuns, or si av; apring
clilckens. fin,-y. sp; rnoKters. 5r: duks, Swpk:;
turkeys. I I'-; gvesc, ;i r. i'.nal.wa-While
ruw. s.KiX, fi 1.0: redroNe. IH.tT-; lt.lnax&i4
9:; PtsM-less. S-HvV-: Huriu.uk-. "-sa,-: ixva-
at k, ji.uito. bweet potstora- lllin . Hi'.Jj
aipiria-coKuic. ej,.,t y iil: mung.
Muhivaa choice. fan 7 vsrwtusv lli
Nis ViRK. IVr- IT.
Whsst No. 2 red winter maa, l ovJ
l.isi: do December. fl.UPt,: do Jsniury, Sl.uit;
do May, ti t. Corn -No. Z mix si h, 2
; do January, ott-; dol,;, ;.,. rta
Dull bnt steady: No. 2 mix. st. Jt
(r-; do January. Bc; do May. . Ry-.
ouiuinai. ttariey-AominaL r.ck-O11M
near mn f lim,il'ii. lj.r.1 -Vuiet: Jsa
uary. at.ls: Slay. toB '
La-e St.k: 4lik -Trading a-nira on all
irrades st a cen-ral advance f lik- I n s,:
ras-rcat t" r,-ry , n..t:re atvts. J-iiV-Aei
ft H s.-. l-ul! nI d; jr ctrs. l hi. Saw
awl ljm:la-1iariiui lnk nt ortiro. and
both siti-cf awl Uml K: in: ri . l livt
v ! 1 - r. 1. mis, iir-I.iniiDMlIj
st.wly: be iests. SXtwi.k! V l l
Hayrpuad pralrls. K.nrO& M
ILv Tiis-uiy-as M04 t.6e.
On I Horiite.
Oord WoodtJVi 0 fi..
JOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Heated pmpnnls will he received at tbe flly
Clerk a olios. Rock ialand. Hi., entd Mosdsv.
January Bta. 1SU1 si t r. m. tat mn-tcaciias tlx
unprovrmrst orderoS bv an rdlnance of esta
citr. wblrfe ws saopted May It, Issu, snd is en
tided aa ordu.sscr for las unprovrateat of
Frank avonse fmsi TsenUOi street to Ts-ratv-taitS
street sad Twenty-third atrsst fna rosn'h
"" rum Ttut.iM rina avesae f-osi
Twenty-third iteet to a souit aUnt k aw
feet esst of Tblny-eirtt strsrt. Isaacs north
sboat ons haadred a4 sixty feet tbrosfth las an
denrrsde erossinr of tfec C. R. I sV P. and the 0.
B. A . rallroada, and fniat thera rs-t Fifm m
Mollas asanas Is tbs ernierof ike lateraec Inn of
runraiu ram aoo as a rota or Moll ns see
"." snd for rarnMtinc tbe staler sla ssd dotrs
the work accord tar to Um pktss sad spec iscattoba
uamnnr. i urn saia impio.mu.nt ordered by said
ordinance aonsiata of earbics witb carbaioaes. ex.
cavatlag. grading laprosit g sad pavinf with pa
Ins brick of rood quality twenty -srvra bknrka of
atreeu In said Uiie of ssid ordinance set ast.
Tbs said iaproveatent mast be cuniirscted and
the naierwl therefor f arnUbed mast be la accord
asee with tb plana and apertftcaucoa for said laa
provematrt on Sis In the aatdci-.y Clerk's oaVs. at
wbirh said offics, ssid plans sad auertacaUoes ate
open to the uupectitsi of 11 nersuoa ulersssd
Contractor, are to farab k Minnie of brk k wlik
Which work la 10 be door, a nek aasd In las work
oi correspond with esaplee larqasHtyaodMyla,
All bst- ntsst b aceontnaaird silk a ceniasa
check ia tha earn of Irs hundred dollars, payable
te the order of Us trsssarsr of aatd city, nutrh
aball beemn forefallrd lo raid City la case tba
bidder shall fail to enter into rootraet, wUa ap
proved n-etiee.toexecate the work for the price
mentioned Uha bid. and accordtrc to tba pisu
and vpeciacations, la tbe erent that the eonuart
abould be awarded to h m
Bl nk btdawlll oefnralrbsd on applloattoB at
imwiucnaino, aii otoaers ana otboff pss
son may attend at the owning; of aaid bids. I'M
r j-v . aoy ana su otas or nroposssf rs-
ccirsd it hereby expressly rssarred.
Kiniit koin OtyClstk.
Book Iiland, 1 Decesiber lL ItSM.
A prominent physician and old annf
surgeon la eastern Iowa was railed ewaj
from home for a few days. Darin; bis
absence ona of tha chit iron SflH t aaf ak4 ah
severe cold, and his wife bought a bottle
of Chambtrlaln a Cough Retcedy for it
Tbev wera ba annch .,1a. .1 .:.k. -v .
remedy that they afterwards used aev
eral bottles at various Umta. He said
from experience with it, be regarded it ss
tbe most reliable preparation ia use for
colds, and that It came the nearest of be
lot peclfle of any medicine he had
ever teen. For tale by Harts A Babn
BaU it te the Light.
The man who tciia nn mj...
tially just what will care your cold Is
prescribing Kemp's Balsam thU year. Ia
the preparaUoa of this remark shls maul;-
cine for coagbiaad colds no expense la
spamu to comoine only the best aad
purest incrredicnta. Hold a bottle of
Kemp's Balsam to tha llirbt .M
through It; BoUca bright clear look;
then compare with other remedies. Price
60c and 91.
In the Borsnit or thai mim
' S - at.us;s vs
;hls world wa aatidpata too much: wo
a .1 v - a
s "u ws noon mna sweetneas or workl
!y pleasures by delightful forethought of
Uiena. The results obtsined from the ose
f Dr. Jones' Red Clorer Tonic far exceed
su c4S'"ia. 11 cure dvnerls. aiwt
Children's Suits from tl np to $2.
Boys Suits from (3 np to 10.
Mens Raits from $3 np to $25
WE HAVE THE CHEAPEST AMD BEST
CLOTHING IN THE WORLD!
Convince Yourself by calling on
Robt, Krause the Pioneer Clothier.
115 2nd 117 West Second Street, DAVtNPORT, I A.
t Pocket Cutlery, 1
Wa hare Tabic Cntlery. V
( Kitr.ben Cutlery. )
Many ujefol articles for tbe
Full line of mechanics tools
214 BRADY ST.
Ha jass opaaa4 as at ths asor adsnas Hh
a fall lias of
Bslu auas ta roar asrsMrs. f?e ( ana an,
rsnU astoa lo n assasaia, t OS ss4 ap.
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ttsTDon't forget the address:
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TEE CCLIX SAVIK8S BASK
(CVarss a tha Lstlsistsrs sf 111 lasts. I
MOLtN, - ILLS.
enlly fisas Sa-lt.asSF.h1.. and an Tsss
as asvt SaSardar Bssniaaa ffssa I U
Intareat aHosred oa Deapostu at the rale
of 4 par Cent, per Aaanra.
Deposits receiredin amoonu of
tl and Upward.
Tha SrrrsU proprrlT of tha TraaUa Is nspaa.
Men) to tha Sanositncs. The saVcsss an Br. .k. ra
ta frost sotiusnna ssr af Its mossys. Mlaur
ean assfrtso wnassa nnMacase by snsoal Inar.
1 biii i aas i a W. Wiiilica, Porter nban,
g, ay, . UM Lass, w. E. S4smr4a,
. r arwaijC. TMatBSmT saw, l
' 7 esnjyrhatlss aeelaas aaah hi
Oimina a. w. Waacuca rssldent; rua
rn ni laann Tina tnaaaasnt: a. s. .
Your Attention to His Immense
Snow Shovels for Sn
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