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Tfffi ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 7, 1891.
Psbllihed Dslry ind Wofklyst 1(14 Second As-
dm hock i.i.na, iiu
J. W. Potter. - Publisher
T-Dlly. toe par month ; Weekly. fS.OO
All cofnm.nl) .Hon. of a erfttr.l or snrnmenU
It eharacuir, politics! or rellloo. man hsve
fsl umttaraed for pnhllutlon No ench art!.
tlclee will be primed orer Bctltlooe menstaret
Anonrmon fommanientiooe not noticed.
Cofrrpnndente solicited from srsry township
In Rocs Inland connrr.
WlORKSDt J AS PART 7. 1W1.
JtWT at present the democrats seem to
bsre the best of tbe legislative (quibble
Tea force bill bu been squelched.
Now it will be In order to lit down hesr-
ily on Qeorge T. Hoar.
In Kansas tbe; bnvc changed tbe ssy
InR: "Wlist Is Home Without a Mother"
to "What Is Home Without a Mort
R2" Wisconsin has A democrat tilling in
tbe executive cbair for tbe first time since
1874. This would not have occurred
bad Peck's "Bad Boy" been incubated
While- the Moline Journal pretends to
rather ad u ire tbe republican ex-gorernor
of Wisconsin, and speaks favorably of
him as A frc-sidential possibility, it face
tiously refers to him an "Undo Jere Rust'"
Cpt. Tl'hnbi'li., of Monmouth, has
been in Vshint;loti interviewing Con
gressman Utst in regard to the Monmouth
postofflce, where Mr. Ltisk, A good dem
ocrat, is still holding forth.
In the gsrt.ome holiday season the
New York UnnlH added its mite to tbe
general happiness by calling attention to
an impnrtitnt matter thus:
'Oh,whriliraid the uplflt of mortal be ad
Andtmliile in I'lrertliiottt. fenr :
In lfw of iiitr rf rci)m!tnn"e hr huld In ulacl
One dillritill buy twenty berra."
It is underpin d that tbe republican
local federal oflke holders, all of whom
owe their appointments to Congressman
Gf st, have bad a secret meeting and de
term ined to con trol the oex t cong res sion al
convention in his behalf. This will be
interesting to Messrs. Marsh, Berry and
Turnbull and other republican aspirants
in the lower end of the district.
The Old oromlttre Kadorsra.
Nprinit'tleld State Reijitter: The re-election
of the oflleers of tbe old state demo
cratic central committee last night against
a fierce but illadvised opposition that fin
ally succumbed gracefully to circum
stances, was a deserved endorsement of
most faithful and aftlcient work during
tbe last campaign. )y most faithful and
efficient worker. The Slide Htyliter en
tered tbe hope and belief in behalf of
the democratic workers of the state in
Sunday's issue that the old committee
would be endorsed, and it rejoices tbia
morning thnt hope and beliefe has been
resPt-d. The democratic party of Illi
nois has said emphatically to Messrs.
'helps. Chase. Nelson. Brinton, and the
executive committee, and the old state
committee every one of them "Well
done, good and faithful servants enter
Into your reward." And the Slate RegUter
On. l th S4,Mft ol I'emetne. ' '
Mr W.iltiT P.i -it. t ijiit wrote 11 pathetic
description f tin. t lmr. li yard nt Hotirne
nmuth. wIu-tv .n tunny yriiiti folks are
litiriiil. Inn t,c I.. Mowing i,t,. from Jo.
liMiirM'-l.iir; I. !l- --ill tiic.ri- uitlierir title:
"One of tin- .i l,,-t -i.-litin the world is
the reiin'. ry . ,loh.-ipiii.-liiira. It it a
heiirt l.re.ikuii: jil.i. .-. Aci.-.c.f run-veil
"II the slo 1 ;i h'!! .it.ove the tixvn ll.l
len in..;, ..,. :,ti I the. i, the hist ntine;
I'1" ' li twel.-entnl foorteen Itntl-
lml p- .!.-, i larger portion tif whoni
nr.-yoi i tic f, l!ons lii iween ninetn-n nnd
thirty, 'ho rn-lie. up h. re mnvineed that
a feir moil' h, n-oiihl -. tlietu rich for life.
.M'c if the i?nir. are natiiele, lutt all
! uiinilMTt I - 1 1 Ii :o, tli cemetery
iHMnlnt. riiii: tuo.i. ii... When the Htin
l.iiii-. on it it .ii irklw ,!, a tlion-and
pn-ii.s'lr color, ami look like tbe en-f-nre
i.i the pa hie ot diamonds where
"ie fairv I'iiriz-lla lirrs; Imt in reality it
I- iiten'lv rhe place to which all the rtib-te-h
of .fobntinetbiiri,' ii carte., an. I -
p irently half '
Whence Cinie tlie ttctl In.llun.?
One of her iinjety'- in.peotor tviu once
.Tnniiniu- u claw it, reading, when he put
the f llowi,,.,- tiuemioti to a , hihl who had
Ju-t re.wl pa.-.,u-r i:., t., i,itn, "Now, con
ecrnmi; th. - mi H, mv child, which
.ire ,.-ti,.,.. j ti. ,ir,, ,,rti,, of your
parat-r:i;,l,, w;.r,. , , r 1 1 . y live1-
Tlie lltl I" ex :ii, ,Vj'ls ,.vi,.-i,t ly drter-
iiiiu. d not p. J.- I.r Vv,-.!!,.,.' ,.,rk for
t-'en-rd know..,!.-,.. ;,, illt..lltf,.n,v. u
alter a f.-w t)io i,t- h.-itation, she an'
swen-l. "In wiirvrain, sir'"
"Y.-, jn-t r-lu. tantlv awnted the
in.peftor; "hut I wj,, v , I()0 (
what tonntrv th.-v liv. '"
Th.-L-irl felt tn'at .he W;M Vom.Te.l "
but with praivwortliy r.-oli,ti .ilB rn.
d. av. r.-, to rise f-,u:il t the oom.;,,,,. So
-hI.Iio.Ik'Ii her li;.s w.-re tre, ,,1,11,,:' with
nervon- ,-sr itement -.( l,-,k.-,l ,, t he
iiT.' for - fa,-.; . and r-pli.,1. "I'lea.... Bir,in
Ited India: LliiindK r,' Journal.
How llardtark Is Made.
- Not one persn i , knows bow the
army "hardtack" is made. It me induct
the world into the mystery You take
some th.ur, a pinch f salt, a little water
mix the three Ingredients well, rut the
preparation j,,to regulation size and then
irr' ''"I"' the same. Time harden,
the tack nnd improves it. When it gets
o th- consistency of (rrnnite it
" ' hardtack haa imprinted on ita
face the htters Ii C. because, they were so
hard to m.u.t,cat.. the hoys ,he army in
terpretc) iit,, t -were
-""" ' ' M Ullis !., ffc-ntor-rat.
No liinlty There.
D. r.,''"r""A"y n-w Pictures, Mr.
imc,r,.."",,b"")!,Iv lt of jolly
t , uig hri.inia.Hcve
even ' '':",:;:r,N;h:" ?H,udi ia
' '.' f OiCSvine. "-Pittsburg liuj. I
A (.ha.lly Ill.T,ry.
M. 'jorex. a learn.-,! physician of Iturgos
n.cen,,yn.,,. t: K. fa,., ,a, the fl
i Peof ,',l'i" PTfect
I tn i '.'""rV"r"'" "' ' hav.
"n" 'n''"' "r""" '"""'t'-in-It'lu,,,,,,
' ,1"v"""' '-"wry-St. luii
In his .,ng ,f,. , ,
tersal '"-"Ietorof .,
"tl. cr , ' r . ""T kW"r' dr-
'nor n, :'' C' l'""k President, au-
loiind his true vocation.
in :.,:, ,,,,,,,.., .ik ,.,. .
areott..,, :,,.,. i,
. "el to grow in an ui,nui..i
Mick on, , ,"k , la "1 "'"king the ear.
gel frost bin,.. , nirenn ears which
t.ve, re Z T''- .. of th.
1 tie f. VV , l..v,.r f,. ,
n. . "r"""r dinner mnUr. 1
no other r. ,..'nV,tl;,.;;',i''''',1 "-1'uution fo,
'are, whil- ,. , ''"' '' ta M
I 1 ' 'OV great I
scarcely m.,rc, "" "Wtora are
. our i-.pul.it,,,, "ou '"ery half miiliou
strenirth fl...;F;','H'r'';w preat lenirth.
jetobtaineiL bitiita for raK,
Senators Tackle Their New Sub
ject of Discussion.
TELLER, MORRILL AND VEST TALK.
The Latter Correct a Keport Br.(frrllna
tlie Kx-Pnwldrnt'e Poeltlon en Free
Coinage The Wlver-Repnbllran-Oeino-rratlc
Comlilne Repudiated IniM)rtant
4'lMUne of Onr Treaty with SIcaraRaa
Made l'nbllc I'nele Sam to Defend Nle
aragua's Territory Itema.
WakiiivkTOV f'lTV, Jan. 7. The intro
duetion of a new Htibject of discussion yes
terday in the senate (rave the senators the
opportunity of getting tbeir "second
wind," mid if the debate does not outlive
the pr.s-nt session of congress, sins are
all wroUi?. Teller was the first hand At
the liellows, and he lean by indignantly
den vim; that the "coup" of Monday was a
"put up jolt" between the silver Republic
ans and the Democrats. Ho wanted to
know why, if the elections bill was so im
portant, it had beeu laid aside At last ses
sion to tnke up the tariff bill. His reply
to Sherman's speech of Monday waa
that it was composed of nothing
but assertions, and that tbe Ohio states
man had been oi all sidei of all financial
Not In tli- Interest of Hilver.
The farmers had n-ie theinselver h'ard
last November to his regret and t be re
gret of tbe senators on his side of the
chamber. They bad been found voting
almost unanimously with the Democratic
party because ol their dissatisfaction with
Republican management of financial af
fairs, and for one, he did not wonder, at it..
Referring to the section of the bill provid
ing for the purchase of 12,000,000 ounces of
silver, Teller said he never owned an
ounce of silver except in silver dollars or
half dollars. The pending bill was not
brought forward in the interest of the sil
What the Silver States Want.
The lS,ntl.01i0 ounces of silver were in
the band- of people in financial and polit
ical circles in New York, and that was
th' reason that there w-aa so mueh anx
iety nlwHit it in certain quarters. The
proposition bad come from New York, and
not from tlie silver states. Their great in
terest in the question was that silver
besed as money. That was a bigger ques
tion than whether the miners of Colorado
and Montana were to (ret l.'-J an ounce or
II. 111. The fourth section of the bill be
regarded as a most remarkabla one. It
was one which he was not willing to sup
port. It providod for the Issue of f-.Kt.irio,.
lull of 3 per cent, bonds. For the rJ.m.
mil of new bonds only l.Vl,mii.om of out
standing bonds would be redeemed. Tims
the national debt, instead of beiuK reduced,
would lie increased.
Morrill Defends the Hill.
Morrill said that "cheap" money was no
benelit to any one. His silver friends were
asking too much. He thought that the
the provision for an issue of '& per cent,
bonds to take up bonds bearing much
higher interest ought to have found more
favor. Those bonds would hardly find any
other takers than national hanks wanting
currency for circulation, aud under exist
in law those hanks would have to pay the
government I per cent, of their circula
tion, so that the iroverument would only
pay 1 per cent, interest upon so much of
its public debt as should he covered by
the-e i per cent, twind. Nearly '.n.'O(,0 O
of4. Hr eent. bonds would fall due on
the 1st of Septenilier, lsl'l. The secretary
of the treasury had exhausted his surplus
lu the purchase of bonds, nnd what Ix-tter
mode, Morrill asked, could lie prop scd
for their redemption.
A Very Large Lnnatle Asylum.
Vest argued iu favor of the free coinage
of silver. The senator from Vermont, lie
said, had sjioken of the Democratic party
havitiK "lucid intervals" and had said, at
least by implication, that every public man
who favored free coinage was afflicted
with a sort of finance lunacy. Between
the two classes the Democrats and the
citizens of the I'nited States who favored
free silver coinage senators (if the sena
tor from Vermont, were correetj were liv-
1 : I i . . .
oik; iii a iw) inrKB lunaiic asyium, ix-eause
the la-t election had developed the fact
that the entire face of the country was
covered with Democrats and with free
A Statement Correeted.
Vest went on to allude to the statement
that he had received a letter from ex
President Cleveland recanting some of his
views on the silver question, and said that
it was a mere figment of imagination
coming from some newspaper source and
that it had not the slightest foundation.
All that he (Vest) had ever said was that,
he had reason to believe that Cleveland
OUR TREATY WITH NICARAGUA.
It Mukes I'nele Sam Responsible for Me
Wasiiini.ton ClTV, Jan. 7 The inter
ests of the Nicaragua Canal company in
connection with the boundary dispute be
tween Nicaragua and Costa Rica, were
discussed by the senate in secret sessiou
y.-stetday, and, as a result of the debate, it
was ordered that the treaty with
Nicaragua be made public. The lirst
article provides that the canal shall be
built by the United States and owned by
theni and the republic of Nicaragua.
Provision is made for a perpetual alliance
b-tweeii the United States and Nicaragua,
and the L'nited Suites agrees to protect
the integrity of Nicaragua's territory, and
Nicaragua guarantees to the canal and its
accessories and to it.s agents of all classes
security under the laws of that country
a.' iinst domestic acts of hostility in the
same degree as in the case of other inhab
itants, employing all its powers for their
The Itolnes In Congress.
Washington City. Jan. 7 -In the sen
ate yesterday consideration of the finan
cial bill was continued until a o'clock
When a secret session was held which last
ed until adjournment.
In the house u number of bills were
passed, among them the bill author
izing tlie president to suspend tonnage
ones. The shipping bill was then taken
tip in committee of the whole and debated
A Dinner to the Cahlnrt
Washington City. Jan. 7.-The presi
dent gave a dinner to the cabinet last
evening. The president ant with Mrs.
Morton nt his right hand and Mrs. Blaine
at his left. Secretary Blaine sat opposite
thepvT ,!ntat,the,aftof M"
the ic president at her right OtheJ
T.e Swrtarv WindorSeJeta
feC'.0.:....," ller. Postmaster (S
Mrs. Cog,we. Mr. iV
ble. Mrs. E,,rt;
wen. Secretnr f . . 1"n-
Speaker R- i .t'"?.' -Noble,
Mrs. iw ' :. nator Tiumb,
Mr Haw,.. SeCreUry RuTC Zr"
man, senators Dawes. Gorma'n . !?
and several ,nNs.,.,i.u a ura7
- . i.i i irtiov i... .....
v,liii Jan. 7. A Uoleifft.
, '"i'lee on postollices and Dost.
by Caldwell to .
r. of p,.,al clerk. The b incZ
1W ntr" f a" "w 7
x uuLiie l uuzeus a. u.u
of huiy managera l t, Zl , "-"
.OUUDer a......... . -
A Fen.loi. for M1 u
AslHNdTov fur - .
tnmniitt. .... iT.. .V, '--tne i yam
, , i"uii pensions haa omr
fnvorab le kimh. VL- l.T, onip
Mo.t Likely ThlnB In the World.
LlMEUlCK. Jan. 7.-Thereis expect lP
be A demonstration her. on Sunday .eIti
when Parnell speak. and
cmpa,Kn. Tne ,8 iQ tuJ
S,tS 'llita to come inaidoe
OMSIOn "kely to be a historic on7
CHARCOAL AND A LOVE TOKEN.
They Combine to Betray a Oeorfla Mall
ATLANTA. Ga . Jan. 7. -There is A mail
route from Morganton to Mineral Bluff.
The mail is carried on horse back by A boy
rider. One day last week, while be was
making his trip Along a snow-covered
mountain road, he was startled by A shout
a few feet behind hira. Turning he saw
at his back a man w ith a large knife
raised high in the air. The man's face
was black with charcoal and it was cleAr
that bis purpose was to capture the mAil
poncb. The boy put spurs to the horaa
with such force that he was thrown upon
the animal's neck, but the hi:r?a
already reaching for the pouch, w htcb ne
slipped from the saddle and in an instant
was scattering the letters through tbe
The Name on a Handkerrhlet
As soon as the postboy reported the
facts a searchiug party went After the rob
ber with two blood hounds. Down by a
little stream they found A handkerchief
soiled with charcoal. In the corner was a
name, ljtter tbe party was joined by
Herschel Paris. A charcoal mark was no
ticed behind bis ear. He was taken be
fore the commissioners. Miss Iillie Simms
was put on the stand and was shown the
handkerchief. She acknowledged that it
was hers and that she had Riven it to Paris.
This fixed the crime on him, and he was
put in jail.
THE CONFERENCE AT BOULOGNE.
Paraell aud O'Brien Hold a lng Consol
tatton. Bot'LOCSE, Jan. 7. Parnell had a half
hour's private consultation with O'Brien
i mined lately upon his arrival here yester
day. Luncheon was then taken, after
which the conference was resumed and
tutted an hour aud a half. Then the mem
bers of iwrliament were invited to join in
tbe consultations, which they did and the
group whs in session wntil nearly mid
night. Redmond and Gill imparted the
following information after the meeting
Adjourned. "The consultation between
Mr. Parnell and Mr. O'Brien is still pro
ceeding and will be continued tomor
row." Struck Against Xon-Vulun Men.
I'lTTsm-lto, I'iL, Jan. 7. About 1W
plasterers, carpenters, tinners, bod-car
riers, and granite cutters employed on the
government building struck yesterday.
The trouble is alleged to have beeu caused
by the employment of non-union meu by
Pope & Co., of Chicago, who bave the
contract for steam heating. The men em
ployed by Mr. Pope have offered to join
the union. The delegates want the men
to go b""k to Chicago. The various eon
tractor" will probably hire new men to
take the places of the strikers.
rollti. al Question Decided.
CoscoKli, N. II., Jan. 7. The supreme
court. Chief Justice Doe delivering the
opinion, has decided to dismiss the esses
Against Clerk Jewett on the ground of
want of jurisdiction. This decision leaves
the entire matter of making up the roll of
memiiers of tbe house in Clerk Jewett's
hands, and the admission of the "if en
titled" metnl'ers will result in the election
of Tuttle (Rep.) for governor and a Repub
lican I'nitcd States senator. The Demo
crats will tight this in the legislature.
Kan Into Two Hand-Cars.
PiTTsiu no. Pa., Jan. 7. A special to
The Times f nun Coshocton, O., says: The
west bound Panhandle passenger train at
5:30 last night about one mile east of hert
ran into twe hand-ears containing tweuty
two workmen. Two meu, John Cumin
and Roliert Davis, of Stetibenville. were
instantly killed and terribly mutilated.
Capt. Burgess, of Allegheny, received in
juries from which he can not recover. The
other meu saved their lives by jumping.
Nnl Wheeler Was 'o Hero.
PlTT-liCKU, Pa., Jan. 7. A special from
Huntington, V. Va., to Tbe Times says:
While crossing a swollen stream in Wavns
county yesterday a boat containing Fan
nie Turner, Hat tie Roberts and Nat
Wheder, their e-cort, capsized. Wheeler
deserted the girls and made for tbe shore.
He and Miss Rolierts escaped, but Miss,
Turner was not able to stem the enrreut
and was drowned. She was a popular
Itahj Ittir; Urs Kun to Karth.
Akron, O.. Jan. 7. A gang of boy bur
glars has been rundown at Kent, of whom
twelve are from here. They range in age
from U to 12 nnd have been carrying on A
systematic course of thievery for the p&4t
three months. They possessed duplicate
keys of business houses in town, and njn
old glass works, now deserted, served as W
billing place for them nnd their spoilt
P e cade
- vau, .. i ne wef-
iul express jinnjied the track near herte
yesterday, shaking up the passengers coii
siderably. The east-bound express wall
just due. and the rumbling of the fly
was audible when the engineer of tlte
wrecked train extricated himself from ttve
wreck, ran westward and stopped the ap
proaching train within a few feet of an
A ( lever Counterfeit Abroad.
Dfsvki:. Colo., Jan. 7. A daiurero
piece of counterfeit money is now at large.
Itisajjo bill raised f rum a T and w n,io
of theneatfst pieces of penmanship that
has lieen seen for some time. The original
note of is issued from tbe First Na
tional bank of Colorado Springs. Tl
work is cleverly done and U evidently that
of an expert. The secret service are now
at work on t he case aud expect before very
long to bave the operator in custody.
Ilalfoiir'n Irish Keller Fund.
LOSDOX, Jan. 7. -Balfour wires the pa
pers apologizing for his inability to ac
knowledge separately the many sums re
ceived in response to the appeal for funds
in aid of the people of the famine-threatened
districts of Ireland. He will shortlv,
however, publish the first of a series of
lists giving the names of all contributors
and the amounts received from them.
It Generally lo Follow.
Altuoxa, Pa., Jan. 7.-A terrible ex
plosion of dynamite took place at the
stone quarries nt Tyrone Forge yesterday.
in winch two Hungarians were badlv ir
jured A )lri ,,, ,md m
Monday with dynamite, and for some rea
son failed to explode, and yesterday tbe
men were engaged in clearing out the
charge when an explosion followed.
A Specimen of Chinese Justice
Indon, Jan. 7.-A Chinese dispatch
says that the Chinese imperial antbn-
At the vigorona instance or the
ministers, rc bringing to justice tl
derersot Christiana in Sczechnei
ringleader had both of bis ears cut
was exposed in a cage for three day
out food, when he died. '
Diphtheria R.glng In iowa.
Omaha. Neb . Jan. r.-A ..i..
wisca,!., , say,.- Wortl is .e
gerous '-- i Tl fl'i aj-iii i In' ill 1
Montgomery, Cass and
r,. - " "' jo
len new m.,.. S
and t he re
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mittee "V . -"" executiv.
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"Hire all tha
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U Va iss Jn in fav
favnr fxt -
W ,f Irish YvoSTPJr.
W to rents ee,T ""a'd-ten-
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PuhAa.,i th. , , : u"r?aU I'es. b
president G - nouso yiwre ex-
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VERi7 MUCH MIXED.
Are Politics in the Northwest
00MPLI0MED BY THE ALLIATCP .
Thm Mlnneenta, Senate Oraranlsee on the
Combination Principle, bnt tk Horn
Kncatrea n a Trlantilar FIKht The
Bltnatloc la Montana Nebraska Grang
ers Have It All Their Own Way Joke
a California Solon Proceeding; at
Kprlnitne it. Ilia.
St. Pacl Minn., Jan. 7. Tlie session of
the legislal ore began at noon yesterday.
For the fir A time in thirty years the Re
publicans lire in a minority, but neither
tbe Democratic nor AUiauce forces are
sufficient w ithout a combination to con
trol either house. Through the influence
of Ignatius Donnelly the Alliance senators
proposed to combine with the Republicans
if Lientenat t Governor Ives would give
them the important committee. This
was refused by Ives. The Alliance men
And Democrats then combined, and with
thirteen of the former nnd fifteen of the
latter again? twenty-six Republicans or
ganized tbe senate, electing Alternate Al
liance men a nd Democrats to the various
offices. By the same vote the power to
name tbe committees was taken from Ives
and bestow, 4 upon a special committee.
The action is without precedent and haa
caused grest excitement.
Couldn't Organise the Hons.
The house failed to orcanize. Tbe nor
mal strength is: Republican, 40; Demo
trats, 43: AH anoe, Sa, aud the only ballot
for speaker waa so cast. V. K. Searlft,
Republican; H. C. Stivers, Democrat, and
E. T. Chan plain, Alliance, were the
caucus tiora uees. After the ballots an
tdjournmeut was taken and a strenuous
effort made t seen re a coalition ot the
Democrats at. d Al liance men. The caucus
was still in progress at a late hour, with
but little iroHpeet of an agreement.
Ohamplain. the Alliance nominee, is a
Democrat, an t if a combination is made it
will be with I ia indorsement as a basis.
Tbe railroads, it la charged, are in the
fight, and abi .ut the hotels it ia freely
charged that lwodle is being used to pre
vent an amalgamation.
THE SQUABBLE IN MONTANA.
Half the Hon and the Senate Hear the
Oot. roor'i Mrmre.
Helena, Mont., Jan. 7. Governor Toole
read hia tnessa e to the legislature yester
day in the presence of the senate and the
Democratic ho ise in the hall of the former
body. The Republican house was not in
session. The senate and the governor
recognized the Democratic bouse and
ignored the Republican organization.
Beyond hearii g the governor's message
read, the sena e and Democratic house
transacted no business of importance.
The Republican house, however, adopted
a code of rules designed to pnt on record
daily tbeabsen.e of Democratic members,
and providing for counting a quorum
when those pre en t refuse to vote.
A Proposal for Settlement.
The Republic! ns of the house are talking
of making a pr position- to the Democrats
looking to the fettlemeot of differences.
The basis is that the disputed Silver Bow
members on eac 1 side shall remain away
and the other fi- ty, about whose election
no doubt exists, shall get tot-et her and
pass laws in con section with the senate.
Conservative Democrats favor any plan
that will bring about adjustment without
the surrender of any vitn! principle.
HE IS "AC IN" THE WOMEN.
California State Senator Who Vu
San FRAJfctsf o, Jan. 7. An amusing
scene occurred ii, the state senate Monday
when a vote was demanded on tbe con
firmation of a female postmaster. Senator
Campbell declined to vote for the reason,
as he declared, that the senate is noplace
for a decent worn an and no place for one
who Isn't. This .-a used a sensation among
tbe well dressed female applicants for
clerkship:- and ot wr positions.
Hie Opposition Kxplalned.
The story about the state capitol to ex
plain Campbell's hatred of women is that
the venerable se lator at the last session
received a note from one of the female at
taches Askinghim to meet her atanappoint
ed place. The grarbeard kept the appoint
ment, but tbe fair creature didn't. ome
of his colleagues read the letter and tbe
joke was too good to keep. Campbell then
became a woman-hater.
The Alliance Men on Dork. ,
I.IXC01.X, Neb., Jan 7. The Republicans
and Democrats i id not cut much of a
figure at the organization of the legisla
ture yesterday. The Alliance showed
that it badaclear majority in both bouses.
In tbe senate Vi . A. Poynter, of Boone,
was elected presit leot pro tempore; C. H.
Pirtle, of Saunders, secretary, and IL II.
Edwards, - of Hall, assistant secretary.
The same proceed ngs were gone through
with in the house. S. M. FJder, of Clay,
was elected speai er; Kric Johnson, of
Phelps, chief cleik, and W. C. Holden,
of Buffalo, assistant. All efforts to com
bine the Republican aud Democratic
strength failed, and if it had been done
nothing would bavi been accomplished.
Governor HI: I's "Last Tear."
ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 7. The most sig
nificant clause in G ivernor Hill's message
to tbe New York legislature yesterday,
and tbe one that sti mulated tbe most com
ment was as follows: "In entering upon
the seventh and last year of my service as
chief executive of t be state, I will not af
fect to conceal my gratification at the fact
that for the first t me during the past
seven years the popular branch of the leg
islature is in political accord with the ex
ecutive." The sig lifieance lies in the
words "last year."
At Sprlnileld, III..
Springfield, Ills.. Jan. 7. The Demo
crats caucused yesterday and selected
Clayton E. Craft for speaker of the house
by a heavy majority. Then the following
were nominated: Chief clerk, W. H. Hin
ricbson; doorkeeper. Browne. Assist
ant clerks and doorkeeper were also nomi
nated. The Repnbli.u caucus nominated
Q; J. Cbott for temporary speaker and a
full list for the other offices. The legisla
ture met to-day instead of yesterday, as
stated In these dispatches.
North Iakot. Legislature.
Bismarck, N. D., Jan. ".The senate
and house of the Nor h Dakota legislative
assembly organized it 12 o'clock yester
day. The result is the overwhelming de
feat of lae element of both parties that
upporte.1 the iotterr measure hist year.
The candidates of tbe old lottery combina
tion were defeated two to one. N. B.
rinkham, of Cass, v as elected president
pro tern, of the senat x, and W. B. Allen,
of Dickey , speaker of he house.
P MlasThjan's Demeemtto Speaker.
LJSTno, Mich., Jan. 7. Last night's
"w?",irjaf'V5 legialati ns caucus .waa
kei?nvV ..,!..,. .t.
iiuuiiuiMiuu nun ay iou to rniiiu n.
Lel, of Emmet co anty. Mr. Waclitel
sis a native. of Pennsy Ivauia and only 40
'years of ageS
Phenomenal Snnvla Oermany.
BERLIN, Jan. 7. eavy snow-storms
prevail throughout not tb Germany. The
amount of snow which haa fallen is nho-
nomeual. Railroads ere blockaded, aud
.':fte. and the. tuuwnc er. rm unnliln t
I" - .
W Ordered To Be I a Rmlliini.
Sa Frascisco, Joii. 7. Orders have
beenveceived by Gen C ibbons from Wash
ington to have two con ponies of tiie Fifth
artillery and two companies of tbe Fourth
cavalry hold themselv a in readlnessj to
start at once for the see lie of Indian
troubles in Dakota.
Couldn't Help HinMeir.
The two men had to) ked for a time on
"Are yon going tobe.tr Burkina lecture
to-night? said one.
"Yes," returned thet tUer.
"Take my advice-anc don't. I hear It's
an awful bore."
"I moat go," said ie other. 'Tm
EMWaa." New York I inn.
SPOOKS AND SUCH,
With a Pretty Medium as Chief
A KE?T YOKE DOMESTIC SCANDAL.
H. I. Cut roll Puts III Wife In c Lnnatle
A Inn While Ut llays Fantastle Ca
pers with Her Money A "temple of
Hnmaaity" Where the Cnnh to
Hare Itn Blown In Working a tihoet
n Ktrletly Rnslnew Prinrlplee.
NEW Yoi:k, Jan. 7. Hearings were be
gan yesterday at Middletown to determine
whether Mary Elizabeth Carroll, who is
confined in a lunatic asylnm there, is sane
or not, and to discover how muce property
she was possessed of at the time of her
committal, and whether any of that prop
erty has been alienated from her since.
Mrs. Carroll was put in the asylum on
May 85, 1KS5. phe is the wife of Henry D.
Carroll, of this city. Mrs. Carroll's friends
declare that since she was pnt in the
asylum her husband has appropriated and
made away with much of the considerable
property of whicb she was originally pos
sessed. Was Klrork with Fanny Mryker.
In case these preliminary hearings result
in further proceedings before the court,
Mr. Carroll's dealings with his wife',
money will be gone into extensively. Hia
relations with spooks when summoned
from the other world by the medium
Fanny Striker and with the medium her
self w ill also lie invest igatcd. Ik-fore Mr.
Carroll put hi. wife in the Middletown
asylum he had fallen in with the medium,
who was the wife ot a dry goods salesman
aud a woman of considerable beauty and
daring. Mr. Carroll established her in a
house on West Twenty-third street, which
he fitted up for her purposes.
She Was a Popular Medium.
She ral!ed it the temple of humanity,
and made it the headquarters of a band of
believers iu spooks, to whom she gave se
ances at (3 a head. Luther P. Marsh waa
a frequent visitor there. So was Ann
Odelia i-alomon. Mrs. Htryker made a
very popular medium, being decidedly
pretty aud possessing a plump and Krace
fully molded figure, which she clothed
with charming taste in the richest of fab
rics, and was in the habit of displaying
advantageously while in a state of trance.
Mrs. Stryker's great hold ou Mr. Carroll
was her alleged ability to get into commu
nication with the ghost of bis deceased son
Clifford'. ;ho.t Waa a Bonansa.
She worked Clifford's ghost for all it
was worth, and prospered greatly. Mr.
Carroll moved into the temple of human
ity, bag and liagirage, after his wife had
been sent off. He told his friends be
boarded there. Then the housbold moved to
a handsomer place on Twenty-eihth street
and Mr. Stryker found it no longer neces
sary for him to measure calico in order to
live. He helped in the Temple." Tbe
three graduated from this house and went
into n bnudsome flat on Madison avenue
and from there to a handsome place in
The Wronged Wife In an Asylnm.
During all the masquerading and spirit
ualistic hinh jinks between Mr. Carroll
and the pretty spook persuader Mrs. Car
roll was in the lunatic asylum. After the
hearing yesterday lawyer Van Namee
told a rcorter that the prosecution would
attempt fo prove that Mrs. Carroll bad
at least t'JO.Omi of her own, in addition to
$14,0 in the Vnite.1 State Trust
company, and that she lent that much to
her husband's firm, and that her husband
secured the repayment of .he amount to
him individually and used it for his own
purpose without making any accounting
to her. She hnd also, he said, a considera
ble amount of valuable jewelry, which
seems to have ! isappenred.
RIOTED OVER A GIRL.
Ilrracrtiil An.tr In Which llemdly
Weapon. Are led.
Esoi.isu. Ind., Jan. 7. Details of a dis
graceful riot, which may result in the
death of five mn, have reached here from
West Fork, a thit-kly settled neighborhood
seven miles distant. Four families were
represented in the riot, and pistols, stones
and knives were freely used, and a dozen
or more men are snid to 1 more or less
dant-erously hurt. It appears that one of
the Wiseman boys had been paying at
tention toaynnug Indy of the neighbor
hood for several years, and that several
other young men had become incensed
au.-iinst him because be monopolized ber
Tt.lsed the Itaw.l Chnreh.
Sundiiy flight they all met at the West
Fork church and encased in a wordy war
over the girl. The disturbance compelled
the congregation to leave. While in the
church yard a pistol shot was fired, and
the fighting soon became general. Who
inaugurated it is not known. William
and John Wiseman. William I .owe, Rob
ert Raggerly and Kdward Jones were all
seriously wounded and may die, while
others were more or less hurt. Tbe affair
has created a bitter feeling ls-tween the
families concerned, and more trouble ia
" . f WITH INDIANS.
A I'rivHte i.uui the 4. ant let and Hrinirs
I p Reinforcement..
Pink RirKiE. S. D., Jan. 7. A wagon
train was attacked Monday on Wounded
Knee ervek by Indians, w ho surrounded it
and forced the escort and teamsters to
lislit from lichind tVeir wagons. Tbe
light was looking pretty blue for the
train, when Private Collins volunteered
to bring help. He dashed through tbe
enemy's lines and in a short time a troop
of cavalry came galloping to the rescue,
gallantly sweeping the redskins oft tbe
tield, and chasing them to the hills. No
casualties are re-iorted among the troops.
BleOilllnuddy Ka ke Agent Koyer.
Dr.McGillicuddy and Agent Royer had a
buttle of words yesterday. Royer accused
McGillicuddy of having stirred up tbe
Indians against him. nnd of trying to have
him (Royer) fired." McGillicuddy retort
ed that Rover waa a liar aud an ass, and
Royer tried to expel him from tbe agency,
but was unsuccessful. McGillicuddy told
Royer plainly thnt his ignorance aud tim
idity caused all the trouble. There is
trouble abeud for Royer.
The Hoxtilos fcunVrinc for Food.
Sixty live squaws. With about the same
number of papooses, came in from the hoe
tile camp about six miles away yesterday,
and are Jieing taken cure of. There is
great suffering among the host ilea on ac
count of scarcity of food or shelter. No
movement of troops is projected. It it
stated that Col. Forsythe is to be rein
stated till the close of the campaign.
WILL PH03A8LY GET LEFT;
But He Make, an Ingonlons Argument
for Ul. Canea.
BA1.TIMOKE. Md., Jan. 7. Jacques Van
Raalte, a native of Rotterdam, Holland,
but who resides and does business in Glas
gow, when! he is also consul for the Neth
erlands, instituted suit yesterday against
Hun. James G. Illaine, an aecretarY' of
istate ( liassmtii tslA'in-iiii Br- rii .Tnlj
TSTThJ, the p.uintill bought at their fall
value $12&,0ii0 negotiable coupon bonds
issued by the southern states. On that
day Hon. William H. Seward, then secre
tary of state, issued a proclamation which
recited, among other things, that "neither
the l'nited States nor any state shall pay
any debt of obligation incurred in aid of
insurrection or rebellion against the
United States, but ail such debts and ob
ligations shull le held illegal and void."
Cnrluus Point, of the Claim.
The plaintiff contends that the proc
lamation contained au implied admission
that without such prohibition the debt or
obligation would be good and valid. He
alleges that the proclamation of the secre
tary of state was an illegal interference
with tbe righta of the plaintiff as a citiaeo
of Great Britain and Holland by reason
of treaty stipulations between tbe United
Htates and Great Britain and Holland.
Tbe case presents many curious points. The
principal point that will be contended fur
Is that as the United States has always
held that none of tbe southern states
waa ever out of the Union, the sec
retary of 6tate, in his official capacity, had
no authority to issue any proclamation
tending to impair the obligations ot any
state, and that such obligations iu th. way
of bonds are binding on, and are bound to
be paid by, the state issuing the bonds.
The bonds in question are state bonds and
Confederate States bonds jointly.
I . . . n ..r r r-ie I 1 ' 11 .
r u.i.LnnL nniot. n3itu, I
Pennsylvania Tratamen Want a Heavy
InereaM of Wages.
PrrrsBUBO, Jan. 7. Every division su
perintendent of the Pennsylvania lines
west of Pittsburg was visited yesterday by
committees of trainmen who asked an ad
vance in wages. The eommUfees were
composed of men employed on the division
governed by the superintendent en whom
tbe men called. They presented list of
grievances, the most Importantof which
specifies that they shall kn piid by the
mile instead of the trip. They ask an in
crease of 75 cents a day for freight con
ductors and 8. cents for the freight hrnke
men. The conductors now get :2 V) a trip
and tbe hrakemrn 11.73 fur tbe same ran.
They now ask that they rvreive 3 23 and
2.1 cents, respectively, per mill, for ever
ran of 1H) miles, and that every run bet
ween AO and 100 miles shall be counted at
A run of lot) miles.
The legislatures of New York. Pennsy 1
vania, aud Delaware began business Tues
day. The National liauk of Cockevsville,
Md., capital fYt.Onn, has beeu authorized
to la-gin business.
J. A. Patterson & Co., wholesale tnillin
era of Montreal, assigned Tuesday with
liabilities of iV),0i.
The will -of Mrs. Eliza Fogg, who died
at New York last week, gives AVW.000 tc
hospitals and Ai-ylums In that city.
Tbe latest proposed saint is Christopher
Columbus. Ninety-seven Roman Catholic
bishops have asked the pope to canonize
Mr.and Mrs. S. A. Patchen. of Clinton
Wis., celebrated their golden wedding
anniversary there Tuesday night. Thej
have'resided there for forty years.
The will of the late Henry Field, ot
Chicago, has been admitted to probate.
It leaves tt,0l0,00 in trust for the ue of
the witlow and ber two dangbters.
David Simpson, a blacksmith employed
a the Carbon Iron works at Pittsburg,
claims to bave a process by which ore ran
be converted into refined iron in one hour.
A sneaktbief broke into the residence of
George McKenzie, of Chicago, the other
night and stole all of McKenzie's we '.ding
preseuts, he having but recently beenfnar
A Sonlb Africa dispatch savs that there
is an mormons increase in the output ot
gold at Johannesburg, and that the fields
there promise to be tbe richest in tbe
People of Yan Buren, O., zealous fot
"law and order," have organized a secret
society on that behalf. Tbey demonstrated
their zeal the other night by burning a
The Hungarian who was arrested oa
suspicion of being Implicated in the mur
der of the Curley family and Mike Hodak
at Broderick, P.l, was given a hearing and
The Bet heads Mineral Springs compAny
of Waukesha, Wis., has declared a semi
annual dividend of 4 per cent, on the
capital stock of rJi,0ua The total for the
year was 7 per cent.
It was stated in court in Chicago. Tues
day, that the African missionary fund of
ll.Tl rai-e.1 by Bishop Taylor, of Africa,
in this country, is tied up by the failureot
Kean & Co.'s bank and is in danger of be
A lamp exploded in the hands of Frank
Eichnor while he was carrying it through
the building of the St. Lsmis T. y com
ptny Moudav night, fatally burning him
a'id doing fcW.mv worth of d:imige 1 1 tbe
A man nine.l Ge-irge "-lu i-ton, v.ho
htd'oeen successfully working thetk-r.s
diamond racket nt si. l,oui. and whom
the poli'f were pr.-v.ing very closely.
liieezed himself into a trim and got
hinself kLipped aw.iy as freight.
There was another rijt Tuesday near
Glasgow. Scotland, over the eviction ol
tenants of tlie railway ciMiipsny who are
on a sl.'ike. Mauv of the puiicc aud more
of the strikers were hurt by stones aud
clulis. Tl.eri.it was finally quelled.
Mrs. 1 h.idore R.eiiiii. of Chicago,
who is but 10 years old. and who married
lt.'etiiiii iu opposition to her parents'
wi-lic. af er a loobrief acq iin.titai.ee, now
finds herseli the wife of s Imrul.ir w ho has
a good pnse1 of spending s -vera I years
In the muii-iii mry.
CHIl A.H.. JiS
Tb? !itrd .f trade (jU. .t.Tumo lotlur were
a I..II..W4. Wheat- N.i - J.tm-o-i. on-nrd
flc. e.M-d H-w.: May. ond t--. ,M
Joly. ofa-im! t.fcst K.v-. ('.ira-
No. 3 Jauusry. otcnsl ltc cL-t t!sr;
Pi-lmuiry. t-iied kt d !Mr.
opened &P4 , limed .V"sf. isr.-..i 2 J.nn
ary. opened :.s-. rki-ed : l'-luary.
opened Hc, clo-ed I V. Vy. " im 4.v-,
closed 4-Vc. !,-k -J mi.ry. .r--Ti..l n.;i,
rl,-s..d e'.rt: fVl.nt.ry .n-n o .-I-, o. -i.wm
Sl.i.T.; M.v. fit' .-I sl -I . r.
Ijhr.iJ.i,imrv. V1'1. cUw.1 .. 'Ci
Cattle Nutive t.et.f xhn t- Vn. t. k
ers and f fsfcT. Hi In: .,- .nd Ixtlla.
?l :t T, I Meers. Kl,.lill; rslres.
s-;.vi;,;ii S!i-p-ln g..id dynind: 't
&.": I.rolx. M ". . 1. 1
lrNlii.-f- butter Faii--v seiwrntor.
ilalnes. nre-d tmh. Is.iSi-: M. I,in t. k. In t
II. 1 grea-e. 4 V. Tresh xn.lle.1.
off. -ic jM-r !.-.; i.v li.nt v..-k. Is-tisi
1 r-w.; tr, - ili.-i;"n . b.,:ir r-i P:
turk. . I.'. 1--: it u. ki m Ii r.(-l'.rtt.-
WlitHt. mi.V ,wr Lti r-d r.ne.
T.',-;r-. tt.'ltr.m. s. W : l'..-:H-t s t(J M . )UiT
IsitlkN. ..,.'' StrtM't kut'H i.-l -w-ys, 1 75
(..lit. -r 1 01: llt.n.-. Suii.:iv A.lr
f.tiu; 1111 I ;r 1.1.1: iiiiiv.
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Nr V uk. ,ln ii
Vh.t-No -; red wuit.-r raidi. rl ii il iM:
do J .iiuxrv. HU: do M:,y . 1 av: d.i Jot.
tint. I'oiu No - iiui'-i ca.ii. n. ...ill. ; do
Jsnusrv. .kka do lu.v. :r' 1 hit-vrn.-t : Nn.
K uiilt..lh l, l,- 11, Uav. il'4.-. Kv
y.innn.l. Iiri.'v N..111 : hi.'l.- I"u!l;
mew. Ml o.j U jii i,H u t lr.l Kjuu t : J1.11
U.ry. It' i
Live M k: tV.tl Kit in I'Ul r. 1 tr nau ia
lieeres: dr.-.-d l,f. . ...h . ul lr .id.-, t.-,
u.r4r J . siin.-p.uu Liiih.-t.hei-;.. tirii.
lu,t-t it i,h..li. lunr: -tlet p. H. v t j ii y 1 a,
s: laniiis. r.i;,i. m H its Xomlnally stiwdy;
bve hogs. ;;4,i.,si i 1.0 a,
Bsy rpland prstne. fkOHQ&Sa
Hv Tlmoiay 4A0U&Vmi.
bay Wild, HO.OO.
On.1 sofi lie.
Cora Woodfcsn.o S400.
A prominent physician And old Army
surgeon in eastern Iowa was railed sway
from home for a few days. During hi
absence one of the children contracted a
severe cold, and hia wifo bought a bolt
of Chmb rlain'i Couch Retredy for it
Tbey were to much pleased with the
remedy tbst they afterwards used sev
eral bottles at various times. He said
from experience with it, he regarded it as
the most reliable prcparAtlon. in use tot
colds, and that it came tbe nearest of be.
log specific of any medicine hhsd
ever seen. For tale by Hais Jt Baha
sen, druggists. .
A BsaI BaIiabi to lamp's Balsam.
The diclionery .ays, -a balsam i m
thick, pure. Aromatic substance flowing
from trees. " Kemp's Balaam foe toe
throat and langs is the only cough medi
cine that to real balsam. Many thin,
watery conga remedies are called balsams
bnt such are not. Look through bottle
of Kemp's Balsam and notice what a pare,
thick preparation it is. If yon cough
nae Kemp's Balsam. At all druggists'.
Large bottles 60e And tl.
In the pursuit of the good things of
'his world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
rtomach. liver, kidney and bladder
trouble.. It is a perfect tonic, Appetiser,
blood purifier, a sura cum for ague and
malarial disassss Prtee, 60 cents, of
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If you will aend me yo.r Address we
will mall you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervosa
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( Pocket Cutlery.
e Lata 1 Tsble Cutlery.
( Kitrbea Cutlery.
Many nsefol articles for
Fnll line of mechanics' tools an.i builders' hard-rare.
For years we have made a
THE UOUIE SAVIIBS Bill
(CWUMLby the Ledslarsr af nilaota.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Opea dallr tram Ii H.toir H . as4 oa Tsss
Aaj sad aalarJar KrrslM. from t w
Interest allowed oa Deposits At the rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annua.
Deposits received in amounts of
1 and Upwards.
Tfcs arlrau property of tbs Trastses Mm.
slaw u the Aapoanars. The oaVrs are prJbiM
tX from SorrawlBx saTaf Ka bmswts. Miacra
and starrUA woanu protacttA by aj ir fsl law.
OrWA.t-.W.W.imioa, TssMaat: rosv
na Hsraaaa, Vies rrsuaaatiC. 9. Hsbot,
Tat. i bbs. . W. Wbaalock. Portar fkteaar.
. P. BssMraay. t. Stlas Ua, 6. a. BAvsrAs.
Biiaa Darllaf A. a. A ncAL, J. a. kUalor, JU
laalycaactetsaasvtABBaak la Roc
W. C. MAUCKER,
M ksjstaass. Is worn prspsisS a srnuai
Day and Regular Boarding
Bs Is also eagafsa la ta.
tto Blsse place wlUs chases lataf QnM.
Tmrm pradaos a aclallp.
After St pasts ai.usi1.aes h
Wstal Hhm, I Ul proaiawp
leas hMsass toe lbs least awsa
aadsr oar saparrtoloa. sir, each Jsvaslla pspll.
T.lchirs wUl saw mumry la srsar thtAt AtasM
BassotH. Oa. -Olid aA of aiar prtaaaa
BaaotBaawtoavrrreaa. Las ordors. aaauHJ
aaiaor. at sir stasis imibh. mmi
Ws asto spoelAity ot tearsist
AAdraas SM at Ml Brady t, pajotmort. Is.
AVaa. v. aw .iss a.
Your Attention to His Immense
Children'' Suits from f I np to tJ.
Bojs' 8aits from $3 up to $10.
Mens Raits from 3 op to $23
WE ME THE CHEAPEST
V in all sti
Snow Shovels for Snow
Shovels for Coal
Shovels for Politicians.
the honse that are suitable for Xros- rre"
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prices. A trial will convioce yen.
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Confectionery, Cigars and Toys,
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