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In Hock island comity.
FbIDT JANUARY 9 IH91
Tnc St. Louis Globe Democrat is one
of the few republican papers that rejoice
over tbe death of the force bill.
Thb Peoria Trameript bits published
n unuatinllf attractive annual supple
ment showing the strides of progress
made by the "srennd" city id 1890.
How. Him. I'avnk received the dis
tinction yesterday cf telng the first rep
resent tlive culled to select a seat. With
his" tlsiM "modesty Psyoe chose one in
about the pen'o' of the group.
In the bouse of representatives yester
day was read a communication from tte
secretary of ata!e. (jiving notice of the
contested election cases filed in bit office
Among the number is that against W. C.
Tub htrrowini; intelligence conies
from Springflil 1 that Hon. Bill Crawford
bas resurrected his stock yards bill. No
doubt he imagines the passage of this
measure, as the direct road to congress
Thk three V. M. IS. A. member of the
legislature sit on ll:e republican side of
the houye. There is no special sitftiiG
csnre all li"d to thin fut. other than
they tviilenily sympathize with tlio mi
nority in their present slliiclion.
Sknatoh Iiiuk, of riouth Carolina, tle
splle Ins proletarian sympathies, is the
de scendant of a fine old southern family.
His f.ther, who was at one time lieuten
ant governor of the statu, was a success
ful lawyer and planter and lett a fortun
of !?iiV).(HK). On his mother's side the
senator's line runs b.irk to several noted
orators and heroes of the revolution try
Vkiiv few people know or can realize
the vast sum at which the rai'road of
this c uintry are capitalized. An ex
change savs that over H10.0 0 miles of
railroad are capitalized at jl,(KH),IKK),OiK.
This includes stork ard bonds which are
- held by individuals. The cot of build
Ing was largely paid by the people along
the different lines, ami by government
grants of land. Capitol stock was is
aued greatly in excess of the real cost of
bui'.ding. and in addition the roads were
hound over, not only the cost of construc
tion, but to include all bonds and grants
Pettinps the roil oust of construction and
1-141111 limit is more than represented in
the bond;., which aggregate about 4 IrtK)
WA'.issi. Of U,h latter amount then
was given iu rights of way, land grants,
andilirict subsidies one-half, approxi
nattily, f the ertire real expend
iture, so that ti.ose who now control the
li.ixm (iiki.ikki ol capital do so by virlure
of an nclu il outlay of one-fourth that
sum. When the rufumer is nominally
paiing six per cent, which, he must at
ljastuu ali ihehoo N.and much inoreon the
stock, he is actually paving twenty-five
Mr. ('raff' Mtereh.
The (Vmocrats of the lower house of
' is general assembly wasted no
ing tint body. As soon
' hail called the as-trat-
'us Rsmsey, of
and then fl'.-m, IOT)
Crifls, of CLic.
a fill! rompit ..
' "nit .
transpiring unti, .
assuming the t hair Spei.a, .
the following pe,c.:
Ki-llnw mi m1.. r- of the (
aentalives . ! in,, thirt-
assembly if I ; i n -i
the duties of tin
have ji.st her
to thank '
ir the disiln-
-ir partislity has
I also desire to as
;rs of this v, thm
er it an. i llie appointuient
it nhall be in v aim t,i sin
your lasting confidence and esteem. The
session promisea to Ui n important one.
ne ..f o.,r rtrsr ,(., w,, hl. ,h(. , uril)n
of a I ,i,. Stales s, nator to represent
Illinois lM congress at Washington
(Applause.) The situation is somewhat
Peculiar and rrilical. but let us
hope ar,d work to that rnd
.,.t ,, snail blemish the
fair name of II!, n,, ThPn win fow
th? important legislaiion of the session
Measures will .luhtl,.sa be proposed to
provide for the Australian system of vot
ing (applause); to provide for uniform
system of en-nooks in our common
schools; to provide for the election of the
members ut "the state hoard of railroad
od warehouse Commissioners by the
peflde (applaus, ) to revise the revenue
ifu ; to better the cor, fition of our min.
era, to provi.l,. f,,r fuor,er work d for
the laboring .lasses; to regulate the
charge, of various corporations for tte
services they render the people; to re
rtt.ee IheanUries o! n, oltlcial class drawn
from taxpayers; to proy.de for the sues I
c m of the wnrln-s tair at Cnirago- he
...ie. th-re w,U t,e the regular app'opr?.
ernmeni and the siate Institutions .or the
unfor unite, and the apportionment bill
for re,l,stricting the state into new lenato.
rial and congressional districts- These
and all other measures propo.ed so far
y rest will, me, as your presiding officer,
shall have every opportunity to bo con.
hope to be s icces-ful in thl.
without your hearty cooperation and
juoport. ami I ftcl that if I Tn-. just and
L '.U;..y:U. th1, same
h..t .w V . 1 UH ,tlen devote our
oest eliors to ii, Kn... . .
... , ' """""i mat lies nerore
" w c imvK nrir tnnn i. . . i.
f.i .V1" lo constituenu last
ail and fairnes, wisdom and rrannm.
sin',ni?'',3h tho leKi""" f the
The democrats of the house evidently
mean business ir .i
" "iuer matters are
wh k v. the "me quickness
- -uar.ceriztM tho house organic
aes .ion wu; not be
o try to cure r.i. u ..... .
Plications, r. 7 li" ,o.0&1 P
constit..ii-r ;r"" " ,ocw
ase of the .. " not "ia
therefor,. ... .To- . ' "ul "e man
constilutinnal re 1, ZiT'Zl"
..n. . nuou a Barsa
reach':; 7,, n' 'b. blood
ingthetain. w" .h 'JP ?.? P
od imnartimr i..i7i. " ,uc U18ese
ctcner; What nr.. .
products of Ireland? Tommv-P it
ad Irish bulls. 10my. Potato,
HAKD ROW TO HOE.
The One Leading to Nebraska's
EOYD ALMOST GEASPS TEE VIOTOEY.
When Thayer Looms Vp In a Kortifled
Position and Says "Not Yet" ITocced
liiCs of the Joint Leelslatlv; Seaalon
Muke liitereatlog Heading A Threat
f Hayoiiets and a Final Deaanco o(
he Derlared ltesult and of tho 8a
prrme ( oiirl Other legislative Tro
esediiiir.. Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 9. There was an
other monkey and parrot of a tire in the
legislature yesterday. The first thingthat
developed was that the Alliance men.with
the habit of cm ly rising inculcated and
and practiced by (he well-regulated
trrang.-r. hud captured the house chamber
at 5 o'clock in the morning, put their
siM-nker in the chair and aurrounded him
with a Kuard of assistant sergeiiuU st
atins Then the speaker issued, uu order
for the arrest of Lieutenant Governor Mei
keljohn, the ground of this remarkahlu
proceeding being charges that the lieuten
ant gm-ettior was guilt)' of misconduct in
oltice and breach of the pence.
A Deli and llackdown.
It might lie asked of thia order "What
was 1 heuttii for to tw so soon done for,"
as when the attempt was made to arrtwt
Mcikeljohn be delicti the writ and would
uot submit toarrest, whereupon the speak
er's officials pocketeil the writ and also the
defi, mid the lieutenant governor walked
to the front of the chair, which was occu
pied by the Senker, and announced that
he was ready to call the joint convention
to order. The situation was decidedly
ticklish. There were assistant seruenrits
a' iii ins by the score on both sides of the
quarrel, mid a Donuybrook fairproceeding
would have ls-eii easy to precipitate.
Kefrrri-tl to the Snirenn- 4'mtrt.
This was observed bv the cooler head:'. of
the opKsing forces and it was decided to
npiHtmi n commirtee from each side,
inch should go before the supreme court
and submit the question at issue whet her
the canvass of the vote for state officers
was the lirst tiling in order, and who had
the right to preside to that body. Tbe
committers were nppoiuted anil ppveeded
to perforin their duty, and th hostile
(on es declared a truce nut il the report
was made. In the meantime Governor
Thayer ordered out a company of stare
militia, which proceeded to the c.ipitol
and stacked nrms in the corridor.
Ilei-ided Against the Alliance.
It did nt take long for the snoreme
court to decide the points submitted to it,
ntnl tlie decision was a black eye for tbe
Alliance men. A mandanuis was issued
ordcriui: the sjienkrr to proceed a.s the
lieutenant governor had decided should
be ilone U'ednesday. and sustaining the
anti-Alliance men on every poinr. Hot in
order t.i -erve lb' writ tiie sherilT and his
posse had to right their way throned the
speaker'-, serjeants-at-arms, and tluriug
t li t r:e a a number of bats wen- sma-hed
mi ! a tew heads made sore, while the
sherili .. nearly denuded of clorhing in
the 'ni.ule. '1'tiewrir having teen served,
M. iNt lji'lm declanni the se-sion ad
jonnitsi. Nome l.e-islitive "Scraps.
Hut the Alliance men were only some
what li-iigured; they were still in the
riim, and ir required a few regular knock
outs Is'toie the adjournment wis eiTeeteil.
Th" Alliance mini wiio kept thedr at
tempted to lock tin antis up in the'-ham-b,-r
when they iittempretl to L ave. Then
there was liinod nu the moon. The 'man in
the .1 .i.r" hoi his el a iv t tapped strain tit wav,
and ti.i- bi-.tight dim to Imi.ks l iien a
seri. s tree li-hrs occurrel, and Nat
Hiowo. ol titualia. handled his -ilukes" so
etle.nveiy that another Alliance man
threw up be spomrr. Oh.it was an "il!e
ifunt time" for a while, but the excited
statesmen finally arrived at their hotels
and prepared for the duties of theafter
n.ti by nourishing the inner man.
The (, rangers l-'arly Aealn.
ltefnre the anti-Alliance men could go to
the ehamlier in the afternoon tho Alliance
men had repeated the morning tactics and
taken possession of the ball. Tlu-y were
proceeding toorgauizeby themselves when
the attorney general advised them to sub
mit to the onler of the supreme court.
They paid no nttention to the advice, and
elected Speaker Elder chairman of the
joint session and started to begin work,
when the lieutenant governor appeared at
the door and wanted to tret in. Th- door
k ei-cr r -fused to let him pass.
The l.civernor Threaten Kuyonets.
The lieutenant governor appealed to
Governor Thayer, and the governor or
dered that unless .M.-ikel john wasadmitted
' i- lei. a ia w. iild take him in at the point
in- l.noiiet. Mcikeljohn was ad
and walking directly to tha
r's siand be demanded: "Mr.
.-r, do I iiiiiler-tiiiid that my p.iaseas
.ot be honored "
' .nit's all ricl.t," ri'plied the speaker.
ant theo passes honored as von
1 they should li- upon your honor as
le( dared Meiklejolm.
e that it's done," replied tbe
john's pusses had been refused at
r by the Alliance w-rjii-rtiit nt-
A Semhlnre of Order Seen red.
fheii tlie anti-Alliance men miueared
and to-.k t lo ir seals, and at 'g:15 Sneaker
11!.!. i-called the joint session to order. The
K. -public ans and Iiemocrats v, r.- in their
s-ats and answered the roll call. M.-ikel-
Johti liedl his position jn rrom f tho
fpcnki r s stand, which was crowded with
Alliance men. Chaplain DifTenhoicher
prayed that the Almighty would give the
icLi-r tors tin-re nssernb ed irraee to rnn.
I thenis-lves and faithfully perform
r duties. Then M.-ikel ioliu iiiime.ll.
Btely ns.umed control of the joint assem
bly. This was scarcely objected to by the
independents, most of whom were becom
ing disgusted with the tactics of the lead
ers, A committee notified the secretary
of stilt.- that th" joint session w eele
pion ed to canvass the state vote.
A lnrd from the Supreme I'nurt.
The returns mere taken in char,., ho
Mcikcljohti, who handed them over to
-lifer. Elder announced that thev I i ail nr
beeu tampered with. Then Meikeljohn,
after announcing that the Alliance secret
.tries n.iu refused to act, ordered Stenog
apher lteed to keep a record of the r,rn.
ceediu-s This wa-s accomrlishel nn.i.l
rest ileal of confusion, the Indenentlents
resorting to all sorts of dilatory tactics. It
was t i.Vloek when .Speaker Elder com.
m need, at. .Meikeljohn's behest, to rend
th.i rei urns. As slowlv as he roold lha
rieakrr called off the VOto of each rnnnrv
In the meantime filihnsterin.r ..
inu.sl. Chief Junice Cobb, of rh ....
preme court, sent in word that the men
who ..Wised ths Alliance men to disreitard
-""""""""soi me court would lw dealt
w u n severeW
Keclare,! tho Klert.on Void,
llushnd a soothimr .t-...s, . i w
structionists in the lobby. At 5-30 the
sjicaker finishe.1 the canvass and formallv
ueciare.1 that James E. Itoyd ha.1 beeii
duly electci governor. This dori...T-1
was also made in reference to the Repurjl
lican state ticket below Kovernor Then
an Allinnrss memlier introduced ' resoiu.
tinnto the effect that th .ijT.i-:
void, and refusing to recognize any of the
r.e....' " . . : ensuring the su
r -"- Aiier mucn tie nv and di
cuasion the resolution . '.. . . 1"
strict, party vote-7otoy.the kem.l.lie
and .X'n.oer.t, voting no. The To n. 'I..
ithm thirty minute., after the rniri i
announeen.,,t , . u"! otlicial
Speaker KidVr. tffl'W
administored to (J,,,.., ,aJ .been
oilier onicers-eire, n,i tV. ' ' al"1 -he
Proved bv the sunr'e,! the,r boQl1 ap,
was another ffl.'S.'1 I,ut
"the governor's chair a i" Vlof
ivenimr P.o,..i Va,r A-i o'ciock la..
evening lioyd called
and was i.,f u" vernor Thav,
not Kivr up th., ,,.!!,,.!; l.. la,u--r would
5'1 wj ";"ntllB dthat
states and was th.VT lne United
"e onice and remain, TV ? u Ule e3e
men ,..,.i .. . re"iaiiis inside with .i, ...
is inipossj ia,. ,,,'., onKuanl
Iun!,se, .. .arh '' to ascertain
r.a;.in """"stood that h
1'ieMions u ,r VF- " Possible, until all
tied. "-tmg his successor are set-
" uu.., mm, BallsV"J . "r
"""'Wll Oetween t. i ' Y.
hours "wtd. Ho die.1 u
LEGISLATION FOR ILLINOIS.
Bills Introduced Recommendations oi
Springfield, Ills., Jan. 9. -The senate
Ij-sterdiiy added to the list of committee
a World's fair committee. Bills were in
troduced and referred providing for th
Australian ballot system; for uniform
school text books; limiting tbe rate of in
terest; to pay liquor license money into
county treasuries, and a number of oth
ers. The governor's message was then
read. He congratulates the "" "" 'h
advance in its position established oy
the census, aud then calls attention to
the question of employment for convictt,
siuce contract labor is abolished, and asss
that the legislature devise some scheme t-y
which the convicts can ba employed wit fl
out coining into competition with free IV
bor. Of prison reform, he says we know
but two classes of people now the crimi
nal and the virtuous aud treat all S"
of criminals alike. Headvises that lensrn
of Urns of confinement should nut be tie
termiujtl at the time of trial but left
t'harltuhtB lostltutlona and Agriculture.
Favorable consideration and liberal sup
port is nskesl for tho charitable instit t
tions of the state. For an exhibit of w hit
the state is doing iu this direction the IrJ
islature is referretl to the report of tue
state board of charities. JIo advocates a
liberal appropriation for the state agri
cultural board and the enactment of wise
laws for the protection of the live stock
interests of the state, especially in tho di
rection of statutes to prevent ca'tlo dis
eases. Private Detective ARcnrlex.
A subject which will interest a god
many people, is that of private detective
ageucies. The governor approves of the
law which prohibits private detectives be
ing employed as officers of the peace by
asstimprion and says that the execution
of the laws "has been committed where it
belongs, to the duly constituted civil au
thorities of the s.- te, Aud so long as
these conditions exist there will bo no
complaints, I predict, on the part of the
people, even if it should heroine necessary
occasionally to call on the military to aid
the civil nmhoritiex in the discharge of
their duties, provided the military is sub
ordinated to the civil aiitlnuities by wise
laws enacted by the peopl" for that pur
pose." He therefore advises that the Im
propriation asked for by the adjutant ii'U
erai be trauteiL
The Free Schools.
After giving figures showing the at
tendance, etc., of the schools, the governor
defends the right of the state to regulate
them and compel attendance of childr'O,
He saj-s: "With au earnest desire to rltl
edy any defects that might exist in I be
school laws of the state respecting thfise
matters, the general assembly passed w" int
is known as the compulsory educatj on
law, whereby children between the ages
ot t! aud H years are required to attend
some public or private school tor at hiaat
sixteen weeks in each school year. Expe
rience has shown that this law has been of
rrettt lienefit. not only to the public
schools, but likewise to the private and
parochial schools of the state."
The message was appropriately referred.
The contests of eiectiou in the cases of
Noonan, Arnold. Anderson, at. i Caldwell
were anuounced. An elections committee
was appointed, and the senate- adjourned.
lroceeUliirH In the Houstt.
In the house nine notices of contests
were filed, and a long wrangle ensued as
to what should be done with them. Ijhey
were finally refered to a special election
committee. A resolution was adopted for
the first, joiut ballot for U. S. senator on
Jan. -il. The joint session was then held
to canvass the returns on state olBcers,
and the work being completed, the h -use
Messages to Michigan.
I. Assist;, Mich., Jan. 9 The legislature
met in joint convention yesterday, and
listened to Governor Wiuuns' inaugural
message. Governor Winnus recommend
ed that the fifteen ex-officio and thirty
oQicial state boards with over WO mem
bers hiid a loug list of secretaries and
clerks should bo wiped out, and iu their
place the management of the state insti
tutions should be placed in the hands of
four or five general boards, non-psriisan
so f ar as posi ble. lie also urged thf ab
olition o: the state board of health, ut tbe
game wardensbip, the state board ol cor
rections and charities, and the insurance
commission. He favored the CaliQirnia
system of taxing mortgages on real eitate,
and urged a reduction in taxatiou. ejecept
In the cases of corporations. Iu his fare
well message Governor Luce announces
that the bonded indebtedness of the I state
has been entirely wiiU out. j
The Minnesota Dead-Lock Itrnkaa.
ST. I'U'L, Minn., Jan. . The deaj lock
iu t he louvr house of the state legislature
was broken yesterday afternoon hi the
withdrawal of the Democratic candidate
and the election of Cdampliu, the A.l ance
candidate, by a vote of 7, to i lor rsfarle,
Kepublican. 1 he house then udjouroed
H AD FUN IN THE HOUSE, j
Tbe Statesmen Ilcvelop Some Humor Ont
of tha ShlppliiK Bill Talk.
Washington Citt, Jan. 9. -The critorv
in the house yesterday was expended in an
attack on and defense of the shipping bill.
our. it was rather dreary until (in -f nor
took the floor. While he was sjjjjng
Spinola picked up a remark he m.nle to
the effect that there wa-s a sentiment In
favor of the bill, and wanted to krioir why
the Republican side of the hous,. had voted
against his bill for a monument pi vic
tims of prison ships, which was both sen
timental and just.
Grosvenor replied, amid laughter that
be hail voted lor the bill, and that he
stood ready to vote a monii,,,. nt to the
gentleman from New York right now.
A Hrnsh with MrMlllin
Resuming consideration 0t the bill.
Grosvenor -ked why the DcmoTatlc
ry i in in acc:i,t ,iue,l
AlcMillm of Trtiiiies-ee jt 5,
popular with the e.jpie. 1,,, .
ems i to be
sircsvenor sanl that the
flic .a...1.. ..... .. .1:. i
'il trity with
the victory had la-en v'
And when an apportionment or the- pro
ceeds of the victory was ,,!, , tn8
'',f"rH .Qd elmenta
which had mado up the vi, t , rv.it would
be haifl to see how his friend from Ten
nessee would come out us to aarji
Laughter.l to a"1
Inrormatfnn U mite. I.
"When the gentleman took -t !, Would
be found that never since the d-.vJwhen
ine aneei was lowered down from heiven
i uru was mat.- ejaculated a d.
from the Republican side, amid
Grosvenor replied that he w.-v
Ing himself to the infidels on the
of the house. laughter '
sheet containing all manner of
beasts and creeping things wa
from heaven there was not surl
erie a.s would be found in the 1
lly in which the ren"'"Hn frV i
see would shortly iachian '
m"nn n 1-itc l n'
" ' " utl'K1 iich., Jan.
. y .Ui,,t a "oid
With 1111.1, i u
s..,. ,.,rL1. as rfl .
- ... i-awiing L
s-svu,i r.i just after i
nuu itwi, the fr.ii . V."'
rool of the casti i. " "a"4 carrii
employed in f,.,.r.. " . vera
cast. l" stack ,
allvrVasitr'.":TP filler.! could be
rescued H be,"r beU. watca-
mzTL"1? Woo'r. nigt hour-.he
itu i, iV B WPeck bajf sat and his
y audyirmthsabUt ZU Alex
Terrene a L?i " badly nf trained
back and U i Per'JhjLS badlindqnist,
.nH Si.r,.had h" e and heaason. kehoer.
as bad,y c'r-, John
dybru Li .aboat the Ids feet
burned hfV Loui Ubertwde W.; Case,
,hot W Clai fcaiTi down
tinder ,h:.l,manaK. wu mlracolously
The Indi Leelaia
opene.1 yes,,.. .,lne
ng the lDe Dem
1V r 1
ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FHIDAY. JANUARY 9. 1891.
AN INDIAN DIIIVE.
the Hostiles Are To
- Rounded Up.
COEEALID ON EIAE AKD FLAITK3.
The Only Outlet la Literally a Death
Trap The Troopa Moving on tha Red
akina I reparallona for Their Inception
nt J'lne Ridge The Cowanlly Harder
of Lien i. Caaey The Indiana Greatly
Oatoum lered, bat Refualmr to Surren
der Not a of tbe War.
Plnb R doe Agency, a D., Jan. 9.
Young -Mi a -Afraid- of- His-Horses. the
most powi rful chief in the great Sioux
nation, arrived here yesterday ia charge of
Capt. O'CcnnelL Tbe chief has never op
posed the government. An effort will be
made to have bim go to the hostile camp
with a last plea for tbe savages to surren
der, but it is probable that his coming Is
too late, for Col. Corbin baa announced
the movement of the troops upon the hos
tile Indian village. The soldiers are press
ing upon tl e savages from the rear and
flanks. Tbe mouth of the funnel is Tine
Ridge, and it is hero that the redskins will
tie driven and crushed.
Hospitable Graves Prepared.
The hostiles are nearly l.noo strong, and
yesterday they sent word that they will
not snrremler until tbe soldiers were
taken to tha railroad. Preparations for
receiviug the hostiles iu their rush
through tin fuunel are now completed. A
trench has Ix-cn dug west of the school
bouse with bags of dirt piled up for
breastwork?. A Hotchkiss gun. masked
with saplings, has been planted in such a
position that, it can sweep tbe vally in all
directions. Fortifications on the hillsides
to tbe nnrt 1 and east are also finished,
rifle-pits ha e been dug everywliere.
Lieut. C'ftney Was Mnrdered.
Gen. BrooUe yesterday made t he follow
ing otlicial rvport of the killing of Lieut
Casey: "I.iei t. Casey was out with bis
scouts watching the hostile camp, aud
with one CI eyeniie met two Indians an
Ogallalla find Brule. The Ogallalla
warned Lieut, Casey that the Brules. were
bad and would shoot. As Lieut. Casey
tnrned to go away the Brule tired, strik
ing him in tl e back of the head, killing
bim instantly. I.ieut. Casey was one of
the most brilliant and beloved officers of
the service.'' Ssev6nty Indians came in
from hostile camp Wednesday, and the re
ports from them are that Red Cloud. Lit
tle Wound, 1 wo Strike, and Big ttoad aud
others wiil come.
THE OPPOSING FORCES.
Total Strength of the Indiana and Troops
Washington' City, Jan. 9. The situa
tion on the Indian frontier as summed up
at tbe interioc department is about as fol
lows: There are in all about SO.OtW Sioux
Indians, men, women and children; about
15,00of this i uiuVr are accounted for, as
they are living on the other reservations
in peace and t it taking part in the present
disturbance. This leaves about 5.000 men,
women and children to face tho earth
works, tbe howitzers and the 8,000 men
under comma id of Gen. Miles. This num
ber Is further lessened by taking from it
the friendly Indians who are still at tbe
Pine Ridge as eucy numbering soma l.iW
men, women and children. While the sit
uation is regarded as a hopeless one for
the Indians, it is asserted that they hive
no intention o.' surrendering. It is pre
dicted by sot le who are on the ground
that there will be a battle on Sun Jsy or
ltorer'a Dismissal Forwarded.
Secretary Noble yesterday sent a dis
patch to Dan el F. Koycr. Indian agent
at Pine Ridgj agency, dismissinc him
from the service. The secretary directs
him to turn ow the property to Capt.
Pierce, who w 1 be the Indian agent at
this poiut. Tl is action, so far as Koyer
was concerned, was determined upon
some time ag i when the officials of the
Indian bureau learned that he was not
ptoving equal io the emergency.
Some Mum Kedskina Going Wifd.
Boise Citt, Idaho, Jan. 9. Advices re
ceived from I'.icatello, Idaho, state that
the Indians on tbe Fort Hall reservation
have been dune ng, and 200 in war paint
have taken to t aj mountains with arms,
causing great incitement, fiovernor Wi
ley has lioen as nd to order the militia to
Pocatello. Tho troop of United States
cavalry at Boise barracks will be sent
there. Thelndinnson thereservuticn num
ber 1.2m: or l,5t0, more than half c f whom
are Bannocks, vho caused the prolonged
war twelve years ago. The people of
"pocatello have almost no arms, and tbe
towns of Kjil'Io and Blackfoot are in tho
bonier of the reservation. The Indians
who took to tho mountains are working
eastward towards Wyoming. The belief
is expressed that if the Indians nt Poca
tello go on the w arpath they will be joined
by the tnties on emni reservation, who
number 500. ei ibraciug l able-bodied
I'lne R ilge War Notes.
Pise ISiimie, S D., Jan. 9. The hostile
Indians fought a nong themselves Wednes
day evening, resulting in a iiamhcr of
deaths of the figl.ting men. Buffalo Bill
arrived here vest -rday. Jinny Indians are
coming in. I.ieut. Casey, who was mur
dered by a Brule Indian, has lieon brought
io and bis body will be sent to Woon
aocket. It. I. Col. Sanford's men Wednes
day night bad an encounter with Indians,
killing four aud wounding three. Sixty
ponies were capti ired.
Army Omcen for Indian Agents.
Washington Citt, Jan. 9 Orders have
been issued from the war department des
ignating Capt. 'ierce for duty at Pine
Kidge and Capt. ilee for duty at Standing
Hock a.-ucies re pectively.
THE NEW RAILWAY POOL.
Meeting of ehe M 4rintea and on Outline
of Their Itolnga.
New York, Jan. 9. The representatives
of the various we tern railroads, who were
appointed npon 1 he recommendation of
the presidents of those roads who met
In conference son le weeks ago at Pierre
pont Morgan's l ouse, assembled yester
day at tbe Winds r hotel. They were in
session all day ami it was next to impossi
ble to learn from any of them what had
been done, but finally Jay Gould made the
following statement.- "We hove de
cided to call tl is association of rail
road presidents tie Western Traffic asso
ciation, i hp. boar 1 also decided to form
tonnage pool to be divided among the
Toads of the association. Any complaints
which any road mny wish to make will be
referred to an arlatration board, consist
ing of four commissioners and a president,
who will be chosei it to-morrow's meeting.
The pool will bafJi'ided into four divisions,
each comhiisalenier to hnve charge of a di-
vjjijon,ltfiiis arbitration board does not
regtastf , hate a mo ir
uu.ea ueiuro l nt) general
'ill : .lie fK. e reaat.
,, .Ian. 9. The bnnuust
1J -Vontj- Men's Democratic as-
i the 'Academy of Music last
- 1 ill . sr , - -
VenilftpWaa ouv auair ami a (f rem.
politicarViatiieriag leauing ixmiocraw
from all (art of the country, including
ex-President Cleveland, Oovernor-Eloct
Pattison, befrator Cjorman, fJongreesniau
W. C. P. Breckinritige, and W, L. Wilson,
and ex-Secn;tary lh yanl. Mrs. Cleveland
and other ladies occupied proscenium
boxes during the speechmaking. There
were 6ii3 guests. -
Pnrnelt Benlea lha Whole t'rnKravnime.
DUBLIN'. Jan. 9 The Freemau's Jour
nal says that Parnet I darir5dlbe staWmenU
published to the efl act that SV has agreed
not to canvass Irel ind until lV general
election; that be hi s agreed tl trausfer
funds to O'Brien in order that that gen
tleman may b-i enabled to pay the Tip.
perary tenants: that O'Brien has Wreed to
secure McCarthy's deposition. il that
O'Brien is to lead he uuiteil UFii Na
tional party. f
Slekneas Anions: t he Thoronijrods,
LexisotOS, Ky., Jan. ').-ver 100
thoroughbreds are s ck at the psociation
course here, being a; Hie ted witi olds, dis
temper and pncum aiia. Si lelonging
to Ld Corrigan are t ict, ana ft sibena,
8-vear-oId bay colt, by Tenfrck, dam
Ventura, is about to die; rviile Mike
Dwyer, the 2-year-ol i broth x Semper
Almost Incredible Atrocity Per
petrated by a Tramp.
PRINCE OF INGRATES AND riENDS.
Be Mangles lot a Spirit of Apparently
Pure Ddabollim the Itabe of tha Woman
Whs Fed Illut The Frenned Fa
ther Hunting the Spawn of Satan to
Mete Out a ranlahment That la Only
Infinitely Too Mild.
Chicago, Jan. 9. Sitting beside a cradle
In an upper flat at SM North Clark street
young Mrs. A. Heinert is watching her
-year-old baby moan its little life away.
The fnther of the baby girl is a crazed
mnn. He is bunting down a brute, whom
he has sworn to kill. Sunday afternoon a
tramp ' hammered -loudly with grimy
knuckles on the rear door of Mr. Reinert's
cafe and restaurant, which stands on
Clark street, beneath his flat. Tbe tramp
was tall and attenuated. His face was
long and sinister. His hair was light and
be hud a small scraggy mustache. A long,
scorched Prince Allien coat curled about
bis worthless frame, liig shoes with
buckles rattled on his feet.
Itis Wauta Generonaly Supplied.
The iiini l w ho opened the door to the
tramp, frighteuud by his evil looks, shut
it sharply in his face. Then he tramped
op the long stairs to Mr. Reinert's borne
apartments. There he hammered loudly
again with bis gnarled and grimy fists.
Mrs. Kcinert invited the man iuto the
kitchen and set before him a good meaL
The golden-haired baby, who may die at
any moment, toddled into the kitchen,
placed ber little bands on the table, aud
I rum benea' h her gold-washed curls peeled
with the curiosity of a child into the
tramp's face. The tramp ate on with the
smacking lips of tlie vulgar. Mrs. Keiuert
left the room.
Devilish and Dastardly iK-rd.
Tlientho ingrate grabbed his cap, and
winding au arm about tho baby, fled with
ber. lowii the w inding stairs he rushed,
three steps nt a time. He held bis hand
over the little one's mouth. When be
reached the sidewalk be ran across tbe
street toward au unfinished building. Four
stories hail been erected, and stretching to
the top were two long ladders. Up the
rungs the tramp climbed, holding the
child in his arms, lie reached the top in
safety, and burrii-d to a secluded corner.
The helpless child : niggled and cried.
The brute sunk ins longer fingernails iuto
her cheeks, stripping the baby's skin. He
cut all her clothing off with a sharp knife,
aud pulled away her curls.
A I'iend In Hnmnn Form.
On one of he fingers the little girl wore
a gold b ind her mother had put on the
year Isdore. The brute took tbe ringer be
tween his teeth and tore tbe ring away,
lasciTitting the linger horribly. The batiy's
cries could lie beard for blin ks. Dr. Itcd
ln li, in his house next d.xir, heard the
cries, and rushed into the Mi-pet. IMore
he could r.-.icb the building the tramp had
descended the ladder nnd escaped. Dr.
Redlich went to the top of tbe buildillf,
where he found toe little girl lyitm on the
floor, unconscious. He carried her to her
crazed mother, an 1 another doctor was
Ileal I. Ton 4o d for the illain.
When the father came home and learned
of the horrible all'tir he was crazed with
grief and rsire. He declared that he would
hunt dowu i hv scoundrel and kill him on
sight. He pi i.s-l revolvers in his r-fkets
and left the hous,.. since that time he hns
not tiixted f.xsl or had a moment's deep.
He bas dest-rred bis bnsiness, and from
place t. place be goes with tbe greatest
determination, seeking tbe tramp.
r.. lice on the loot, -Out.
At roll-call last niuht each police oflicer
Was uiven a description of the tramp, and
instructed to ke.-i a sharp lookout for
bim. Mr. Heinert lias only lieen to his
home on -e since Sunday, ami then be was
hurriedly driven there in a cab toseehis
child a moment. I to savs lie will never
rest until he kills the tramp, if it takes
lifetime. 1 he child is in a most precarious
condition, and the doctors despair of ber
THE SITUATION IN CONGRESS.
Not Murh Chanee for the Silver Bill
Prospect of Other Meanrea.
Washington City, Jan. 9 Should tbe
financial bill wij its free coinage amend
m eti t be passed by the senate and bouse
the president will.in all probability return
it to congress without bis approval. Jn
this event support sufficient to pass the
measure over the veto cm not be found.
Speaker P.eed is of the opinion that tbe
bill will never pass the committee on coin
age, weights aud measures. The silver
men in the house are not altogether will
lug to admit this, but as the i-peuker ap
pointed the members of the committee be
doubtless known whereof he speaks.
The Force It 1 1 1 To lie Revived.
ith the silver bill out of the way in
the senate the floor will be cleared for an.
other skirmish, and it seems hound to
come. The force bill will probably be
awakened and its form materialised, in the
senate just as soon as the way is mods
clear for it. 1 l iar has determined to seek
a renewed consideration for Ibis measure
W ben Hoar makes his motion, which
lie will do unless he changps his mind, it
will be antagonized b? Puddock, who will
return to Washington t'itv iu time to
move that the pure food bill lie taken no.
Tho passage of the pure food bill bas been
petitioned for by the farmers in all sec
tions of tho country, and Paddock is in
tensely interested in having it become a
law. Hale is anxious to have the appor
tionmnot bill passed as soon as posihle,but
win not bring it forward as an obstruc
tion to the force bill.
I'roaperta of the Shlnninr mil.
Neither the friends nor viuionents of the
-v.;. : i. .i . ,
bi.i,milik urn iu mo noitse attempt to pre1
diet its fate with nnv decree of certaintv
Its passage or defeat will be accomplished
by a very narrow margin. Tbe Democrats
will insist upon a much fuller discussion
than rarqulinr bad first intended to al
low. The Democrats say they will not be
content, unless every member who wants
to speak shall have been heard. They say
that the bill will take W7.0J 10,000 out of the
treasury in tbe next ten years, and that it
is too important a measure to lie voted
upon liutil it is thoroughly understood by
the house and the country.
The Somite ami House In HrleC
Washington City, Juu. . In the sen
ate yesterday, house hills were passed for
public buildings at Akr.m, ., Si.'i.uoo, and
Davenport, Iu., tion.dtiu Senate bill to
provide a patrol steamer on St. Mary's
river, Michigan, was p.iosed. An agree
ment was reached by which general duliate
on the tiuancial bill will close Tuesday and
a vote be taknn Wednesday. Turpiessud
Call addressed tiic sinsto on the financial
The house pasieutlie" bilT authorising
the issue of cert ilk ate of service to tele
graph opentoi-i with the Uni3n army in
the late war, and refused to pass a resolu
tiou limitiim.lel.tte on tha shipping bill.
A r.iiinent MI. Ii ,t., imH.
KA..AMA7.;,,. M,,l; J,,, MoiP8
Kiiig.-1-y. ,i s.tom. t:.;.: man public af
fans .die, ,1.1,1,1a-. .....r:Ug,ttheKeof
ii year. Mj. .it. , r
. ....... sr. on-ii irotll
t -i eoiitiibiitinu t i ..ioi,ik
., in tins sHl..
occurred in the
"i: 1 - ;.
1 -1 1 ,- V ."
Kill d dud sev
eu in hers in-
Highest of all in Leavening rower.
THAT ALLEGED TURNEft LETTER,
The Kanaaa Keprcaental I ve IMctmtee It
To tte a Foiaery.
Wakhisgtom Citt, Jan. 9. -Representative
Turner, of Kansas, when asked last
night about the letter published Tester
day purporting to have been written by
bim offering to give o,0od to Mr. Mo
Grath, of the Kansas Alliance, in the
event of his (Tnrner'a) election to succeed
Senator Ingalls, said: "Tbe li tter re
ferred to is a forgery pure and simple. I
am Inclined to think it wss written from
here by a disappointed, vindictive offlce
seeker, who planned to throw the letter
into the cstap of tbe enemy, knowing that
it would "on published. He had access to
my office in my absence as well as when
present, where be did his writing. I hope
to be able to trace it down."
War In the Alliance Camp.
Ti.l-KK A. Kan., Jan. 9. The war in the
Alliance legislative camp, caused by tbe
publication in Tbe Alliance Advocate
Wednesday of the alleged letter of Con
gressman Turner, has grown very fierce.
President McGratb published iu The Alli
ance Trilmne yesterday a denial, in which
he aduiits having received tbe letter, but
leaves i he inference that he doubts
whei her Congressman Turner wrote it, at
the same time half insinuating that it was
prepared by jwrsoni in tbe ranks of the
Alliauce who have personal ax to grind
and a grudge to square.
The Missouri legislature was organized
in birth houses by tbe Democrats Thurs
The National Bank of Hobart. X. Y.
capital ?VVoO, has been authorized to be
An autograph of Samuel Adams, of Rev
olutionnry fame, was sold at Uoeton tbe
other day for IIHOL
A chicken role from New York ta
Bridgeport. Conn., the other day on tte
pilot ot a liMTomotive.
Clement H. Moore, wholesale alarkmer.
Philadelphia, assigned Thursday. Liabil
tties,7'l,o.i; assets, about the Same,
Three prisoners climbed tho walls of
tbe penitentiary at Columbus. O., Thurs
day. ly means of a ladder and escaped.
Arthur Milmeau Thursday signed pa
pers, with a Detroit museum to fast for
thirty days, taking nothing during th
time tmt water.
Nineteen leadins class tableware mann-
f-turersof Ohio, l'ennsylvania and Wet
irmnia are said to have formed a com
bination with the object of reuulatinir
production and priis?.
Oscar .1. Friedman, of Chicago, bus been
given judgment for ".0 nuainst the
Wabash and Wtntern railway for injuries
nwiveii in an accident which entin-ly dis
aoieii nun iiy pnraly-is
. A. Lincoln hiw Uyii noiniuate-1 to-t-
ina-Tcrai nlar lUpids. Ia : F. M. Cutcb
eon at Port land. Mich : H W. Hammon
at Appleion. Wi, nnd Thomas Diller at
Sleiinitf and T J: Huntain at Mornence,
lly a collision, of two stock train on the
llur.iiigtiin track, just outside the city
limit.. it Chicago. Thursday. K W.French.
of Wanvn, Ills., and R. S. Nmit. of Kent.
Ills.v.er- killed. Two traiuui-n were
A m-rrant in the family of Psmnel
Wanl. of Sicniaw. Mich , mixed -Kouuh
on KaN withlhefloir nhe put on tl-h
eunesiiay, making the whole family
.lest My sick. 1 liey will t-et well TLe
mixing was done by no ldenl
Mrs. .Mintoc Iliwrsert. of IVlbam
Mass., went to her mother's home and
saying: -Met ber. I have come Imuie to die.
lvik after iny l al . il ! n.nv ;,i .,m;
ink into her rn.it'H-r s amis de.i.l Me
had la-rf.irmed nil h.-r l.i n-s l.. :.l v., rk t
tore uiing rn ner nmt'i-r su.i oil only
liccll merrie-l l.-ars.
sinkrrsi t'reiei,, a K-tunpl ,i.
i iii in .'an : - liie Mien H nii'le
te-ti-rdav n-siniM- oj-ralio-is -,t the
Kitirliy ini'ien. near 'asey ville. Ills.. ,m
d -r ine pr..i.srtiiir, ol i h- Mii'n.i not
siicis-ssfiil 'I he Miik. rs ,-rsu,-ide-1 the
nen- men pot to go
.-rk. Aii..ii: r al
ten 111 will be (nude wl
en ii ..n-e of
i on hand
Th- IsMirJ o Tra.le iiuotatloT, ,i
Arf follows- WliMjt-V, - .Ii-.l:n,r.'
-. . lw"d ev: May. otl.sl 1',
HTVi- -''lly. opi-liO'l l-.'4c, Cl.ned -.
. a .Ihimury. ovii,l 4-, vkis-d ll"iC;
reliruary. ",i! i-'. clis d n,-; Muv,
oii-'ne-t .'if4j... . t .t.!. ,iats g Janu
ary, li,-ll",l .-. rinsed 4:K,-; Mlv. ors-oed
.Vc. riisisl e-V'i Juu ', otteneil 4 '.'. 4 lo-d
.V ,-. t'xrk-Juiiuarv. yiw-ni ? e n, .-l-ped
S-M:i''.j; Pi'liriturv. opemsi ami i .sl tl"
May. i.jn-lirsi MUls, rl,-.) S:l " L'.r-l
Jaiiiiarv. otN'iie.l ir.L, ..j.mmj s.-.
Live sti.-ic . r'ohowiiijc n.-ri' i h- ,.n.s-..Ht t
I'nion M.ir', ar.ls. H.s Mrk.-t i,s-n
steady an.l linn at yest-M-il. .. s nure: nd.sl
easH-i Lai noi 1 mi-r; Imht imiis sii fi.: ;t ;.i-
rou'h Jia MUi, s.,4,,.;,v, i;,.,! p.1 4 t
tiei.v,- .:i km aiel al.;ii;iil,ii .,t- S'lli.'tM;
I'l.'s. ; i i
I't.-luc; r.urir - i'aii.- s;.:4:.,. .-. g, ig-
njiln-s. Mi--, in-Hit. l. o-. k.u.4 ..i.n-ic. lit
11.-: irras.'. t-.V. f.irsr--Kr,s', .-a,,. hod. ha
oil. -ic p-r i'.oz: us. i. ,n,. tn.-k. n.i
lrsised -ti tr,- l "ln-- iis. ti-.tiw- per Hi
mrk.-ys. I .. I.'i il.i-Ks 11.-: ti, ,,:!:
rotat.s-. Vii.i so. - i s". j, t l.i, nxiro-i.
..S.iS'fc.. ll.-i-o!, s:, rvr,Nv H,.
tihllks. s !-, .w-n p ,:-i.. J." .-.-vs. Sd
f,in .r loii ilhii.ns ! -. i :;". Ai'pl.s
r..t:ii. .,l lllir 1,1,1. tutor;, rl ;i-iio
Ml. hl.ltn cl,..-e. ...r l.ltl.
X .h Yoi.k. .h.n
it ii-:n ..o r-.i tt iiii.-r . a--i. n ir.; t.
.iituu.,r. 1 1 - - 4 . d. M;it . I j;m Com
o . iinx.si , ;i.!i :., -laiianr . .n.i-gi'i i w
MitV.tr- tStls t.th'ti .. " l::.:v..-! t-s
.!.': "l i I'ehru .i y. :,: J., Xay, ail,
1 C ye oin. ;d. Utrl-.y Ni.iuuih1.. r..rk
l'ull: hush $11 it,.. Igui tor new Lard
Viiief January. i.:; Fhrinry. S4; i;;
i.ne niia-a: lu-tit sii.ritnt l.rm. hut no
tmuinir Iksv9i. dr. hs.h1 lorf. etosdv. nsiive
anleb. i ", s- i fl. tshfep and Lm.lii. - sbrifi
nnn: laiio. 4f r u Mtzifr: ali.-'p. fr4 iiii-A
(I ! Its. 1111 1 M. f,. Ill.r ;..i. ll .es lrk
tirtuiT. liv,- h..-H. SitkHu,! Si y Uu Urn.
May rpland prairie. fs.rioSi SO
Hav Tlmalnv la guii4 6u.
Hay WHO, J1U.U0.
Ooa. Ho'i lis.
Cord Woootsa.o f400.
a. prominent pnysicun ana old stmy
surgeon in eastern Iowa was railed away
from home for a few days. During his
absence one of the children con Use ted
evere cold, and his wife bought boll'e
oi unimD risin a t'ougb Rcicedy for it
They were to much pleased with tbe
remeay mat they afterwards used sev
eral bottles at various times He said
from experience with it, he regarded it as
the moat reliable preparation in use for
colds, and that it came the nearest of b
Ing a specific of any medicine hp had
ever seen, ror isle by Hart I & Bahn
A JUal Balaam la lamp's Bauam.
' The diclionery says, a balssra is
ae.-l. .s...-. a. !.
iuui ua- aemp a iialaam fur li.e
tnroat and lungt is the only cough mnli
cine that ia a real balsam, lit .y min.
watery cough remedies are called balsam's
bnt such are not. Look through a bottle
of hemp a Balaam and notice what a pure,
thick preparation it is. If you cough
use Kemp's Balsam. At all druggists'
Large bottles 60c and 1.
Don't sav there la no help for catarrh.
bay fever and cold In head, since thous
ands testify that Ely's Cream Balm ha
entirely cured them. It supersedes the
dangerous use of liquids and snuffs. It
is easily applied into tbe nostrils and
gives relief at once. Price SOc.
U. S. Gov't Report, Au. ij, 1889.
Calls Your Attention to Ilia Immense Stock of
CHILDREN, SOYS, 1111
CLOTHENGr EST THE "WORLD!
Convince Yourself by catling on
Robt. Krause the Pioneer Clothier.
115 tnd 117 West Second Street, DAVtNWlT. u.
t Pocket Cutlery, )
w e have Table Cutlery.
t a.iu-nen lAiuery. )
Many useful articles for the house that are suitable for Xmas r9?nt.
Full line of uechanica' tools an.i builders' hardware.
For years we have made
THE ttOLIIE SAVINGS 6AKX
(Charted by the LefiaUtar. o.' lutsols.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Opea dally fms A. . to 1 P. If . sad oa Tsas
daf sad tMlardar tveains. fraoi 1 la
Interest allowed on Despoalu at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
tl and Upwards.
Tfcs prrraU propertj ef tha TraMeM Is rmea.
fib.1 the depoeiinra. TbeeAcf are prohlM
Jd frots aorrowloa- any of It. aaebera. Miaora
snxarwa oy asatia) law.
ca. . W. Wss clock, Preeldrat ; Pon-
CMMer""" ViC,Pru1'1; C- W. USaSBWaT,
hrnmi-i W. VTWlocX, Potter Sktaner,
C. V. UesMawar. J. Blla. Laaa. Li a lJ.ua.
H. Bemeawar. C. VltaUania.
r casrterad aavtnfs Bui la
W. C. MADCKER,
Pronertt kkh he ssa kad tatutad sar Ik a,
tal smatsiaa. Is sw iatiaii a at him
Day and Regular Boarding
a vary rmwiatla prkas.
II Is also sacafad la the
iplare wlik s rhslee lot W fstmrlM
ram aw ape a auacaaiif,
After veaia aruarWaes la toatkfaMr laatrs-
BMtital si sale I will DnaaraaBMiraUearr vita
leas nainai let U Waaa aaeaay ml say laaraar la
bjkWt oar ssaarrtatoe. alvoa each lavaall Mad
T-.k.. ,n mm mummr loarda laaif Haalc
Book, of a. pae-Ulrd of saarka arte ea
kMIBMCliewTW. la raaea. aaaUa
aeiDor. at aij aiastc roosu. 1H Baonad avaaaa.
asachm aow to laaeb. , .
Children's Suits from 1 1 op to
' Boys' 8uits from 3 op to 110.
Mens' 8uits from 3 up to 25.
WE HAVE THE CHEAPEST
V ia all stiles
Snow Shovels for Snow.
Coal Shovels for Coal.
Dirt Shovels for Politicians.
CARSE & CO.S',
a apicialtt of skllixu the lst Shoes made at L.wrst 1 !
prices. A trial wlil convince you.
B. Berkenfeld, "
school Bstosa, ftcaxnl
QTRM0N & SON,
Tin, Copper and Shs
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Choice Family Groceries
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