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FRIDvT JaHCaRT 10 INfll
State Rtjter: Hod. A. J. Btreeter
has received the caucus nomination of
the three 'Independents" for United
States senator. Mr. Strteter has not the
reputation of being mascot.
While the legislature Is talking about
cotnprlling the railroads of the elate to
reduce their fare to two centa per mile.
ro'ebt be well enough to lop a little coat
off the luxury of a Pullman ride. .
In the ten years after be passes thirty
a roan's foot grows in length nearly an
inch. In the cau of a woman, however,
ber foot is generally smaller at twenty
five than it was when she was eighteen.
Hon. Gkorob W. Vinton is confined
to bis room in the Letand bottl at Springs
field by illness, but be expects to get out
by Monday. Vinton will be in bis seat
to vote for Gen. JohnH. Palmer if he
ha to be carried there on a stretcher
We will vnoch for that.
'Uncle"Dick Oulesby was nominated
f r senator in the republican caucus at
Hprintlfld last niuht over Millionaire
Farwell. This is a body blow fcr, tbe
Chicago man, who bud confidently ex
pected to be renominated, if not re
elected. It is bintid tbat bis opposition
to President Harrison bad something to
do with bis defeat, as all too postmasters
of the state, iucluding our own Boss
Wells, were "agin" bim. With the nsual
republican dark-Kntern molbods, the vote
was by secret ballot, so tbat Mr Farwell
will be unable to detect all bis enemies
for future chastisement, but he knows of
enough to keep hirn busy for some years
in "getting even." Oulesby, of courss.
will be assured personally by evety
member that he received bis (tbe mem
ber's) support, including the Rock Island
county twins, Billy Crawford and Billy
I'opnlar Vote Aaalysrd
It is haid to realize what a itreat dem
ocratic victory it. was unless you can an
alyze tbe vote by states. Here are some
of tbe most interesting figures. In tbe
following table will be found the states
of tbe union arranged as they voted for
or against the McEinley protective tariff
law, tbe Force bill and the Reed rules of
the bouse of representatives:
. as ooo
.. ft ,0110
.. s um
.. su ooo
A kaoaaa ,
New JttMi ,
Rhode l-Ui d
Wf t Virginia
Total, twenty-nine ttatea SH.uen
Tojfcirfff een atatej
Hajfjftlk m pluralities.'. IIXOOO
Ket democratic plurality WT.SM
Democratic stat;s on I tie issues pre
sented by the republican party to the
people, 29; republican states, 13
The territories voting were equally di
vided, Utah and New Mexico going dem
ocratic. Arizona and Oklahoma are re
A Weak 4'andldatr.
If the choice of Lnited States senator
was left to the people of Illinois, they
moat rnulnly never would select A, J.
Htreeti r. .lie hits had more than one
opportunity to demonstrate bis strenght
beforo the people, ami they have not
avai ed themselves r,f the chances to ex
press any great admiration for him. In
1 Quit L . ., ...
ioov no wm tne candidate of the green
un-a piny ior governor, and receitc
29,83s votea nut of a total of about 615
WU. In 18 he w the union-labor
candidate for preident of the United
States and. instead of increasing bis vote
over 1184, irtivd in Illinois let, Man J
per cent cf the Mai tote or in
rounu figures onlv 7 OH) votes out of a
total of 748 Otto while Gen. Palmer re
ceived in 1888 353.1 m votes for governor
If yo es couut, and tbey ought to. Gen.
rs mer was in 1883 preferred by the vot
era of Illinois for official political position
above A. J. Streeterin the ratio of more
than 60 to 1, and no one will deny that
wc. maimer nas ?rown In favor cf tl
people since 1888, while Mr. Btreeter b
v... iUe excUae cannot be oflered
voting for Mr. Hireir inr
the choice of the people Bute RegU
The Ilegitter might have adJad tbat
. lo "-ikest candidate that
Prof. Koch's Cruel Flank Move
ment on Him.
GEEAT MEDICAL SECRET DIYULGED.
Mia Him with Glycerine and Make an
Extract of Hlroand He le'Tliets" to Hie
Fellow, aud No Wonder The rrofeaaor
Tell of HI Experiiuente and IMaeov
erica That Othera May Aasiat In the
Tlevelopmcnt of the Remedy A Theory
of the Lytuph'a Aetton.
Berlin, Jan. 16. The ingredients of
Koch's celebrated lymph were made pub
lic yesterday by the professor, in a long ar
ticle in which he discusses the effect of tbe
lymph und its success where administered,
together with hi labors in producing his
reniiirkable ciirntive at;ent. He snya that
bedt-siresto exteud the field of the reni
eily, and to do that those who u.ie it should
huve a fall knowledge of its ingredients,
lit! then rwifi-s hit experiments ou Gui
Ik'ii 1Iki ud iiot ." a great difference be
tween the eff t otjinm-ulntioa of a healthy
pis and one tlm! is suffering from tulwr-
II KIIU Healthy Guinea Pip.
On this subject he Kay: "If a healthy
Ktiine:i pi lie inoculated with the pure
lolcivulfou ot tier-man kultur of tu')ercle
tw:illi, t ho wound caused by the inocula
tion closes over with a sticky mutter, and
appears, iu lis early days, to heal. Only
after ten to fourteen days a bard nodule
presents itself, which, soon brenkiug,
forms an ulceration sore, which continues
until tbe uniuinl dies. Quite a different
condition of tliiims ocrurs wlieu a uuine.t
pikC already suffering from tuberculosis is
inoculated An nnimal successfully Jinocu
lated from tour to six weeks before is best
adapted for this purpose. In such an an
imal the small indentation assumes the
same Micky coveriuy at the begintiinp, but
no nodule forms.
1 h Sick rig Oct Well.
On thu contrary, ou the day following,
or the second day alter the inoculation,
the place where the lymph is iujected
shows a strane change. It becomes bard
and assumes a darker coloring, which is
not confined to the inoculation spot, but
spreads to the neighboring parts uutil it
attains u diameter of f rom .05 to 1 centi
meter. In a few days it becomes more and
nn-ro mauifest that the skin thus
chunked is necrotic, finally falling off,
leaving a flat ulceration which usually
heali rapidly and permanently without
any cutting into the adjacent lymphatic
Experiment and Conclusion.
Duriug further experiments the pro
fessor found that killed pure cultivations
of tubercular bacilli, after rinsimf in water,
might be iujected in great quantities
under a healthy guinea pint's skin without
anything occurring beyond local suppura
tion. Then after further inoculations of
pigs he established the basis of a curative
process against tuberculosis. But "against
the prncticnl application of such dilutions
of dead tubercie bacilli there presented
itself the fact that the tubercle bacilli are
not absorlied at the inoculation point, nor
do they disappear in another way, but for
long time remain unchanged, and en
gender greater or smaller suppurativa
Conditions Keeeitary to Snecesa.
"Anything, therefore, intended to exer
cise a healing effect on the tuberculous
process must be a soluble substance
which would be lixiviated to a certain ex
tent by the fluids of the body floating
around the tubercle bacilli, and be trans
ferred in a fairly rapid manner 'o the
Juices of the body, while the substance
producing suppuration apparently remains
bemnu in the tubercular bacilli or dis
solves but very slowly Tbe only impor
tant point was therefore to induce outside
tbe body the process going on inside, if
possible, and to ext-act from the tubercu
lar bacilli alone the curative substance.
The Great Medical Secret.
"This demanded time and toil, until I
finully succeeded, with the aid of a 40 or
60 per cent, solution of glycerine, in ob
taming an effective substance from the
tubercular bacilli. With the fluid so ob
tained I made further experiments on ani
mals, and finally on human beings. These
fluids were given to other physicians to
enable then to repeat the experiment
The remedy which U used In the new
treatment consists of a glycerine extract
derived from the pure cultivation of tuber
cle bacilli. Into the aimnle extract thorn
naturally passes from the tuberclar bacilli.
Desiues me enective substances, all th
other matter soluble in 50 per cent, of
glycerine. Consequently it contains a
certaiu quantity of mineral salts, coloring
substances and other unknown extractive
matter,-' the removal of which he does not
consider of any advantage tn practice, be
cause the substances so eliminated are un
essential for I he human, organism.
THE ACTION OF THE REMEDY.
How It Works, According to the Pmf...
Regarding the manner In which the
specified action of the remedy on tubercu.
losis is to be represented, Prof. Koch says:
various hypotheses may naturally be DUt
forward. Without wishing, to affirm that"
my view afford the best explanation, I
represent the process myself in the follow
ing manuer: The tubercle bacilli produced
when growing In living tissues, the same
s In artifUiul cultivations, contain cer
tain substances which variously and nota
bly unfavorably influence livitic elemont.
In their vicinity. Among these is a sub
stance which in a certain desrree of con
centration kills, or so alters, living proto
plasm that it passes into a condition that
W eiert describes as coagulation necrosis.
'"""i" ue for" the llacilli.
Int issue thus become necrctir th v.-
cillus find such unfavorable conditions
of nourishment that it can grow no more
and sometimes dies. This explains the
remarkable phenomenon that in organs
newly attacked with tuberculosis, for in
stance in guinea pmV spleen and liver,
which then are covered with iri;n.,iJ
numbers of b.itilii ara found, whereas
tncynieraro or wholly absent when rh
enormously enlarged snleen consists al
most entirely cf whitish eubnanccin a
. ....(!. Minion necro-is. such a-I
uuiieo louno in cases of natural death in
tuberculous guinea p'g3. The single ba
ciilus cannot, therefore, indue n.nri.
at a great distance, for as soon as necrosis
attains a cvrtion extension HimrMtvih
thehaf.illus subsides, and therewith the
production of the necrotizing substance."
in run raivers Not Vet Knonu.
iTofivor Koch says tbat the remedv
coutains a certain ouantitv of r.rrr,ii,in
substance n lare dose of wh.ch injures
rm.!uf th" Um9 elements even in a
l"""J;" ana' Pnaps the white
blood corpuscles or adjacent cells, thereby
producing fever and a comnlirmi ran tt
"mntoms. In the case of tuberculosi.
'"1W quantity suffices
number of vacancies t""?' re?o!l?s long
ri rl.nv .rill eY-hnnst tU.
.v.u . filial The tro' , i
uviuib iubj ...... -
brought on by s Bweeping re"i
wages recently made by the railw- ..
It Beachee Ont to Da.pecj.j
MrNJiEAPOLia, Minn., Jan. 16., M
to Tbe Tribune from MitebelL s-""meml
The Milwaukee railway "P6'0' hers
beraof tbe Order of Railway Tel" etter
here, are In receipt of ""'that all
from officers of tbe orderdlrectta tJtUm
their members on theMilwauKe
go ont at 7.30 this morning. T ;
UNDESIRABLE IMMIGRAN5' .
A Bill to Refute Hospitality r,ln
Claetea of Foralguera.
Washington Crrr. Jan. i8-- c
Indiana, chairman of the coramT
immigration, reported to tbe bons
day, with a recommendation that
.substitute for the bill ntroduyf,
himself providing for tbe reguratior:
migration. The bill provides that
lowing classes of aliens shall be T
from adtuission Into the United S"r
accordance with the existing laws
Ing immigration other than those
lug Chinee laborers: All ota
persons, paujwrs or persons "kejePirJK
come a public charge; peraonsT
from a dangerous or contagious '
persons who have been conv'cte1'Ditad
or other crimes Involving moral t''who4
polygamista aud all other persoij tfaa
tickets or pasage i paid for hy
monev of another, or who is arvT.i
others to come, unless it ia ""naulrT
id satisfactorily shown on specif h '
sjly' such persous da not belong
sJsa fo-egoiug class. J
Contract Labor Law Ameni
.... l -v. MMMt t.
ine out auieuui mo iuu" - i
so as to apply to persons comin.
United States in repotue to a"
ments in foreign papers, and jJJJJ
sous induced to come by mntrniw
agents. Ministers and men In re uir
professions are specially exempf .
bill requires steamship companies? .J
immigrants on board until lan!"Llrift
barge office for Inspection and
tion. on penalty of not being giva
ance papers, aud also compels the Th
for and return rejected immigrant
ts no provision for railway inspect
AN INFANTILE OSTRICK
Hardware and Other Articles fsw1"1
by a Young Baby.
Baltimore, Md., Jan. ia.Dvrr
past forty-eight bours Leo, the 11-
old baby of Oscar M. Spurrier,
Mount Airy district, with the
of Dr. Todd aud several emetii
IWlOll Wl llVJ -l v.. .. MlttlA In
the sewiiu room. Tbe list
articles Is given as follow
teen Dins, four needles, eigi
seven wads of paper, two wads oj
pearl buttons.oue shoe button, o '
bark live pieces of cork, one'1
leather, one piece of match, C
button, one brass pants button, . :f
of chip, and one piece of wrapjj
Tbe baby is resting easier, and" nop1
that the worst is over. -
LET'S SEE, IS THIS RqT
A Case That Congress Might f?H!
solving About. I
Mis-eaP0LI8, Minn., Jan. i8TneTU
laze of Evansvilia. In Dnnirlaa A"?' taa
a get. line White-Cap episode, nd P?1
secuted Jew U the victim of-
man's name la Jack L. Haiman-i" "
to ber he decided to start a dry
. iii.,. r.r ,.Tinnar-
Hants. He purchased a stock olvaa' m"
vesting some $2,000 or 13,000 In- nd oa
Oct. 31 opened the store. The tt raorn'
Ing he received a letter. which,nfo"n.i
bim that he must leave town,1" nd"
den out on a rail, and nerlP orse
treated. "We mean business ' tlme
and are all In for a general 'Vif
Jew, store and eomnaur. nown ere-
No Sympathy from BoslnW-
Haiman called on some of tL5ualneM
men of the village, and, 8how1ng19,?,'ll9
letter, asked what was to ba dod .Th?jr
only replied that the letter wt !'ttt: hB
would have to leave town; that" l"
only thing for him to do. He ac Singly
sold hU goods at a itreat sacrifice me 10
this city, and dares not return iB
laid the matter before Rev.
bes, the Jewish minister bera.
THE BOYCOTT IN BOS
A Roman Cathollo Prteat Sued
He Denies th bai
Boston, Ma., Jan.1 YAt
auit was begun WeuAday ,
rior court here. Involving tbe '
boycott and parochial, sch
Kullberg, who keeps a Jti
Boston, charges tbe Her
Ji'Donnell, a prominent ,f -.
and temperance worker, wt s
business, aud seeka to ooliea I
The Widow's Cvai
Mrs. Kullberg ts a Roraal
bad her children In tha parot
but she became dissatisOe '!
struction they were recelr I
them out, placing thena '
schools. TheJFtay. gather
Tj?ffa!SE(!ry at bv,1
the altar In tha ehiiMh'' -
sbiped advised all tha iunilii3 to
by her place of business. FatQ O'Don:
nell, however, denies the wtaoVroc,ed
ing. i bis la the first case of thJina eT"r
orought In Boston.
THAT CANADIAN SEAL
Resolution Before th genet
tag the British Governi
WA3HINOT03 ClTT. Jan. 1(
ate yesterday Morgan Inl
current resolution condemnln
of Great Britain in bringing t?
sea controversy before the su;
a long preamble sets forth tl
nected with the caae. The
follows: "Tnat the action of tl
government of Great Britain
and approving the presentation'
saia information to the suprei
wimuut preceaenc and la prej
comity or nations, and to thi
amicable conduct of interni
tions, and is not inconsoni
dignity of the aovornmnnt
theynited States and the res
tne president of the United
tne presidant be requested t;
cats a copy oralis resolatior
eminent of her "Britannic '
his judgment, suc commn4
Inconsistent with te public a
He la De'yV .
Losdo::, Jan 16.
state that an expedition i.
advance agaion the notort.
tain chief, Hashltn Ali. - 1
submit to British authorit i
murdered two native soldi. I
lsh army In an answer i '
from tbe vicerov demandii'
sion, Hav' '
'bat tbe reb
- J 5TJ
a vac as.
ROCg IBIAHD A
CAME INTO CAMP.
Hunger and Serried Steel Sub-
due the Redskins.
ilL THE H03TILE8 NOW COERALED.
a War Over for This Tlme-Tbe Condi.
tlona of Surrender Include Disarming
aud That There Is To Be Only One Chief
Hereafter. Whleh Hie heme Is Geo.
Miles Description of the Scene aa the
. Beds Cauie Iota tha Aceuey.
Pins Rime Aoesct, S. D.. Jan. 18.
All tbe Indiana are now in camp south of
tie agency. Tbe troops have moved
aiound on their flanks to prevent any
escape. Gen. Brooke, with an escort of
e Ninth cavalry, bad a conference with
Gm. Miles yesterday and returned to his
cemmand last night. Gen. Schoflald baa
bean wired that the war is over and that
bt can dispose of tbe troops now here aa he
esaflt. Short Bull, the last ot the boa
tile chiefs to pay bis respects to Gen.
M les, came to headquarters yesterday.
The Conditions of Surrender.
Under the conditions of tbe surrender
th hostiles are to give tbetr guns to tbelr
chief?, who are to bring them to Agent
Pi irce. It is certain, however, tbat the
be it weapons wilt be cached and that tbe
gn ns tbe government will get will be only
fit to go to tbe junk shop. Theothercondi.
tiens of surrender are tbat there is to be
bu: one chief and bia name is Gen. Nelson
A. Miles, whose commands must be
promptly obeyed in the future, and that
all the children of tbe Sioux moat be en
rol led ou tbe rosters of tbe industrial
Came la Out of the Fog.
Shortly after daybreak yesterday a mist
obrcufed tbe hostile camp so that no one
at rhe agency could sea what was being
dol e in the valley, but about b o'clock
there emerged from the mist the advance
gui rd of tbe biggest aggregation ot war
like Indians this country is ever likely to
see. Some of the vanquished were cheer
ful - There was a prospect of sufficient
too I. but the Urge portion had amoroso
and vicious appearance. They had un
wil ingly surrendered to superior force,
and therefore retained their right to be
as sivage as was possible in the face of an
ant y that was large enougb to wipe them
out of existence.
i.n Interesting and Barbarlo Scene.
At the line filed by the scene was both
interesting and spirited. The warriors
drhlng hundreds of ponies came first.
The a came wagon after wagon driven by
squaws and filled with tepee poles and
camp equipage. Dogs scampered by the
thousands about tbe vehicles, and tbe po
nies trotting alongside without bridles or
sadd les were almost aa numerous. These
wert' the spoils ot two months of raiding
alon j White river. The procession was four
miles long. Tbe hostiles marched with
out any uolee. All tbat could be heard
frotr. the moving column was the clank
ing ( f the bells on aome of the horses.
Conquered, but Not Subdued.
WUile the line was passing in full re
view ot the soldiers they suddenly threw
ont s long line of Brule infantrymen, who
man bed like skirmishers on tbe side of
the t uttes, 300 feet above tbe moving col
umn of wagons. Then came tbe dare
devil Brnle cavalry, mounted on splendid
poniis, and following the foot soldiers.
Just In front of the agency the long line
ot in antry squatted on the ground, while
tbe I rule cavalrymen, riding with strik
ing (race, galloped on ahead. Their trail
led high op on the sides ot tbe bnttea,
whlci were flecked with snow or cloaked
in plitces by the rising fog. The savages
cbose an oid and abandoued trail in order
to pr tect the main body of tbe proces
sion, several hundred feet below, in case
of an attack, and also to ahow the mili
tary that while they were prisoners in a
circle of bayonet, they were still haughty
and c ncrusbed.
HALF OF THE SlOUX NATION.
Six Thousand Redskins of All SI tea and
Sexes In Camp.
The procession showed thjt thrre were
733 lodges, or nearly If not over 6.000 per
sona There are now encamped at the
agency almost one-bait of the great Sloax
natioii. A careful estimate plaoes their
nnmbsr at 11,000 souls, nearly S.OOO being
warriors. The troops forming the cordon
are coming into the agency every hour.
Beforo sundown there was a trooper for
very red warrior, and machine guns
enougi -o blow the Slouz outfit over the
tops of the buttes and into the Cheyenne
river. This will be the last great gather
ing of tbe Sioux, tor when this war is over
they ill be split up into bands and fed at
Tha Way They Gave Cp Their Onus.
Abo it noon Kicking Bear sulked into
Gen. Miles' headquarters. He wore a
blanket over his head. The first thing
be did was to hand over an old 5-callber.
mnzzk -loadtng Springfield rifle, which bail
been converted into a breech-loader and
then s wed off so as to look like a carbine.
He told Gen. Miles that his heart was good,
tbat he had grown some years withtn tbe
past three weeks, and tbat in the future
be wot: Id be a good man. As evidence of
good fi lth be flung bis old worn-out and
Strang ly-patterned weapon down upon
tbe desk at which Gen Miles was sitting
Then be wrapped his blanket about him
self an. 1 'talked out of the room. As he
left the grounds ba laughingly said that
bs bad nine more rifle.
,uother Brave Fellow Dead.
Lieut. Mann, of the Seventh cavalry,
who wis shot tn the groin at Wounded
Knee, cied at Fort Riley, Wednesday. His
death is the thirty-sixth among tbe sol
diers of this famous regiment.
Will Talk with the Great Father.
WasiilSGTos CiTT, Jan 18 The fol
lowing telegram bearing on Indian mat
ters ws made public yesterday at the war
department. It is from Gen. Mile? at Pine
Hidge. aud addressed to the secretary c!
In ord.T tc restore entire .or.flder.re amoni
these In Jans, I have found It r.ecaary to send
a oeiega' ion tc vfcsniuirtoE to- receive aasar
acce ot be higher aathtnty of the food irjteo
tions of the gxverr.;Qut tcw.rd tiieot Tbi,
will ansv.er a dcubie purjxw), namely - Satisfy
them.biuiff over the trar-sltion period
tween wr and peace: dispe; distrust and tot
tility, an 1 restore cunhit-nce It will also t- a
perroanc at guarantee at peace whilo tfcpy arc
absent 1 auk that my action may nx..-:w tlu
approval ot the dopartmont by tr:vraa
Evrvth:arf if pvotfroesing aatiafactorily. auJ I
can see n-j rc-tsou why tfftx't peace may not
The i.c,rt .lu;e:i: at oucc wired lae re
E plosion In an Illinois Mine.
Ltscois, Ills, Jan. 16. A temrls ex
plosion 1 1 fire-damp occurred Thursday in
tbe pit ot the Citizens' Coal and Mining
company . Three men were rescued from
their pet il in a badly burned condition.
Much damage was dona to the mine, and
the comtiu' " 7 was mnch excited over the
exagge,T te reports. The injured miners
are A r Skinnsr, Albert Ott, and John
Ccr , two of whom may dla.
at th Priest In Polities.
.ueru wu.lU VTJlfh This
is intend' si to present repetition ot tha
clerical influences ued in the Kilkenny
election tigalnst Parnell.
Death of a Portogoeie Hero.
London. Jan. Id. From Portugal comes
tbe news ot the death at the age of V3 of
Joaquin Lopez, who saved the lives of
many sh p wrecked persons and was dec
orated b'r numerous societies. A short
time age. owing to the fueling against
Great Biitaln in PortuaTK be returned
three Bri Uh medals to f!:ejoietias tbat
presented them. '.
R Mlreuaent of Gu. rP"ct-
Washington Citt. Jan. isV-011- 8-v-Benet,
cl let of Vf burean o ordnance,
wardepaitmeat,as yestercVac placed on
tbe retired list cf the army. His services
in the army tnded ovfcr a period of
forty-six ye for sex-enteu of which be
Blled the jc'u" oi cniei c' oruuauco.
Gladit V ! Word
LonixV Jai- 18--It Is
G;adst'll tfven McCi,
ttandroaPh Uorley. ti-
rthy to under
witHr5 ,roal the I"
thi'Jlna be a serious i
low to the Ir-
tmrm tV . JANUARY
Chicago's Man Dropped by the
'DTJCLE DICK" 0GLESEY KOMIHATED
Th sj qatorlal Flxht to Besria oa tha
SOth-A Sudden Nubaldeoe of th Can
teated Seat War Botiow'l Caa Fall a
to Piece Oatrageoua Doings of tha
Colorado Stat earn a A Revolver Drawa
oo the Speaker Gov. Prck'a Heeaag.
SPRisorrELO, lib, Jan. 6. -The Republi
can senatorial caucus Inst night nominated
ex-Gov. Richard J. Oglesby for United
States senator on tha first formal ballot.
The informal ballot stood as follows:
Oglesby, 48; Farwell. 32; Gresbam. 11;
Lindley. 8; McNuIta, S; flamer, 1; David
Rosa,! Then the decks were cleared for
the first formal ballot, and out of 100 votes
cast Oglesby received C and Farwell 30.
The reraainiug six votes were scattering.
The antl-Farwell forces controlled the
caucus from the beginning to tbe end.
Tbe Democrats will sot bold a cancna to
nominate a candidate for United Btatea
senator, as tbe position is assumed tbat
Gen. John M. Palmer was indorsed by tbe
whole Democratic party of tbe state by tbe
nomination ot tbe state convention last
June. Balloting will commence on th
Election Contest Are "Ott."
The election contest in tbe senate and
tbe house are "off. to employ a popular
phrase. All tbe Republican members of
tbe house who bave been alarmed as to tbe
teenrity of their seats, and the Democrats
of tbe fenate who bave considered them
selves the victims ot "Long" J ones' retal
iatory rueaxurvs, can enjoy a time of com
parative eao and contentment. Tbe evi
dence developed before the bouse elections
committee yesterday in tbe caseof Butaow
against Hamilton was not such as the
Democrats had been led to believe. When
these facts bad been duly reported to the
Joint Democratic steering committee tbey
beld a meeting late in tbe afternoon and
practically decided to drop tbe contests in
tbe bouse. It is understood, on tbe other
band, tbat tbe Republican joint steering
committee baa also determined to abandon
the senatorial contest a
The Legislative Iteeord.
The senate sat bnt twenty minutes yes.
terday, and a few bills were introduced .
One was to puuUh tbe buying of votes and
requiring candidates to make statements
of their election expense; another was to
provide tbat the national flag Khali float
from each public school buildiug.
Tbe only incident in the Louie proceed
ings that enlivened the routine, which
seems to have become the order of the sea
sion, was the introduction of a resolution
by Dr. Moore, the farmers' leader asking
that Feb. 12 be set aside aa women's day,
and that Mrs Helen M. Gnugnr aud other
women be permitted to address tbe houe
on the subject of women voting at munic
ipal election!. The resolution was greeted
with cheers of approval by both Demo
crats and Republicans, and carried by a
big majority, A few bills were iutroducvl
A Revolver Drawn oa th Speaker Fa
DEWEB, Cola. Jan Id Yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock the bouse of repre
sentatives presented a scene never before
witnessed in Colorado's legislative balls
Seventy-five armed deputy sheriffs on one
aide, and an equal number of armed dep
uty sergeants-at-arma on tbe other were
arrayed ready for a conflict. The former
were supporting Speaker White, cbosen by
the Democratic-Mugwump combine. The
Utter supported Speaker Hanna and
eighteen Republican. Both of tbe war
ring branches of tbe lower house ad
journed. Revolvers and Bloody Threat.
During the strife in the houe a revolver
was drawn on bnilier Hanna. A mem
ber o?Ls H.uina crowd at once anuounced
that if Hauua was harmed Brown, tbe
leader of the other faction, would be shot
down tn his tracks. This bad the effect
partially to restore order, but legislation
was impossible. Last night both factions
were holding secret csucuaea. It Is be
lieved now that a compromise will bs the
result. Governor Routt was in consulta
tion with the supreme court judges yester
day, and it Is believed he will take soma
PECK ON THE SCHOOL LAW.
He Declare the Bennett Law tnwle and
MaMnOS, Wis., Jan. 16 Governor Pack
bid tbe satisfaction of reading bis first
message to a crowded home. After dis
cussing financial matters and advocating
ecomony. he got down to tbe school ques
lion and the Bennett law came in for se
vere ceuvir. "In my judgment." said the
governor, "this act, so far as it refers to
educational matter, is unwise and un
necessary. In many ot its provisions it is
an arbitrary and unjustifiable interference
with parental rights, individual freedom
and the liberty of conscience, and I there
fore recommend its prompt repeal.
Th "Straus; Government" Theory.
"The real underlying principle of this law
is not compulsory attendance at school nor
wise advancement of popular etlucatiou
bnt an assertion of the "strong govern
ment" theory as opposed to that dearly
prized principle ot personal liberty which
I tbe true foundation of our government.
Misrepresentation bave been made In the
heat of political controversy by its de
fenders, both as to the law itself and the
motives and principles ot those who tip.
pose It. which have tended to bring the
state into disrepute among those far from
th scene ot conflict and ignorant of the
real matters in dispute."
They "helved Seoator Blair.
CtWDRP. X. H., Jan. 10. The Repub
lican caucus to nominate a United States
renator to succeed Senator Blair was beld
last night. Ou the second ballot Dr. Jacob
II. Galliuger received 130 votes, Henry W.
Blair IS. and C. Cheney IS; scattering. 5.
The nomination of Galliuger was made
Gov. Thayer Surrender.
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. Id In accordance
with the action of the board of public
lands aud buildings, ex Governor 1 haver
yesterday morniug surrendered possession
of the executive apartments, but under
protest, mid Governor Boyd took posses
sion of the rooms.
TiicMaiiil-i of deaths are aid to huve oc
enrred at Tobolsk. Weat riberi.t. irom
the sco'o known as "black death."
Work Better Than Expected.
London, Jan. Id A Pari dispatch
states that th young men, raudidatea
for the priesthood, who have been com
pelled to enter military service, are ex
rcising an excellent iudnence upon their
fellow-oldiers,and that many of theclcrgr
are convinced that th new system will
ww vi t neflt o'it infy-.
cuii 1 ...LilliiiiiOnr-euu'VHnquisher of 'Jack
Dempsey, is Pat Farrell, of Pittsburg,
through bis backers. The foremost of
these stated yesterday that tbev were will
ing to arrange a match lor t lie Pittsburger
with the Australian.
Kyrnu.l Will I.'e Mi Hi-.i.l.
Paris. Jau 10 The appeal c." the mur
derer Kyrniu! frutu tbe iK-nVnce i f lie.uii
pvououiiced upon h:m inr th btraulliii,'
of the polu niitai y J.iuiIh .j Ikti t
Highest of all in Leavening rower.
THE SILVER POOL INQUIRY.
Durkery Mrrltaea a Hand Therein, a It
flff;ht Involve a Colleague,
Washinctox Citt, Jan. 18. Wiem
Speaker Reed announced tbe committee
lo investigate tbe alleged silver pool t
the homte yesterday the list contained tbe
name of Dockery of Missouri, who baa
been the chief mover in the matter of or
dering an inquiry. Dockery said tbat
three weeks ago be had asked th speaker
U appoint a special committee, nd had
told him tbat be felt free to do so, aa hi
could not accept service on tbe committee.
Inasmuch as it was alleged tbat a Demo
cratic reprcwutslive from Missouri oa
the floor interested in the silver pool
He find mnde a similar statement to tbe
Might Be aa fJnpleaasat Duty.
He was unwilling to ba placed in th
position ot investigating a question in
volving his own honor, or that of bia Dem
bcratic colleagues from MiaaourL
Therefore, with great respect to tha
vpeaker. he asked to be excused from the
duty placed upon him. Tbe speaker cor
roborated Dockery, stating, however, that
he had not undntood bim to decline on
account of any rx-rnonal ft-rliug. Th)
house excused Dockery, and Peel of Ar
kiinna w appointed to ervo in bis
John C. Hall, a San Francisco lawyer, is
accused of cmlieuling tlSO.OUU.
Fire dect roved a fouMtorv bnildinir it
Peoria, His., owned by Sandmyer ot Dixon,
Thursday. The total loss is over tUO.Ooo.
The plant of tbe Prnssimc vineirar
works in Chicago was destroyed by tire
Thurxrlay The loss is etiniaurd at ),
). The official census of St. Petersburg.
just coniplct.-d. givestbe population of tha
city nt tlVl.-jao. an iucivase of M.OW during
I lie pa-t necaue.
The McLean countv. 111.. F. M. B. A.
lollop has paused resolutions calling upon
the "big three" iu the Illinois legislature
to smud by their principles.
Harvey Hoick, a well-known lawyer of
Chiciigo committed snicide Thursday by
taking a lne of morphine. Financial
troubles had made bim insane.
J. Mawy, tbe clerk of Conway county.
Ark., has been jailed by tbe United States
court for refusion to bring tbe congression
al ballot-boxes of the county into court.
A report i current iu Washington City
that Judge Cooley, chairman of tbe inter
tnte commerce commission, contemplates
resigning lii- position on account ot ill-
City Water Worka Commtseioner Ad
ams, of Brooklyn, whom Tha New York
Times charged recently with corruption,
has a-kfd the court to award bim V.'J
agaiut that paper.
Euin-ue YondorfT, bead clerk in tbe
Austrian roimulate nt Chicago, dii-ap-peared
Dec 1. and wa (opposed to be dead
until bis b-viks were looked into. Then H
wa found that he mas only a thief. He la
A revival is in projrrew. at the Campbell
Ite cburvh nesr Kairbury, 111 . thirty per
sons hriving so far hreu eonvirt-d, all of
whom were baptized in a nt ream where It
was neoaary to break a bole througu sis
inchrs of ice.
Leon-trd Pirrin. tbe Nw Indt (Wis.)
hanker, w convicted at Oshkosh Thurs
day of receiving part of the proceeds of the
Hurley bank robbery, for which his aon,
Phelps P-rrin, is now serving a five year
term in prison..
As a result of t heouarrrl in tbe Colorado
bouse two murders took place in Denver
W eflnlay. Assistant Doorkeenrr MoCbr
fntal: v Hlioo'ing l'olice Inspector Has b-y
soil i Mlicer oitk. who trie! to arrest Mc
Coy after l.e had -hot Hawley.
failure of a Cleveland lino.
CLttt.L.OD O . ,'a:i In umner Brua.
!,c-;ea.r 'r'.vit-r if this el'y. made so
:Mr.eL,; ti .'tri'.iv i.i.!b:il:e about
.'-. it . K-.-'- ;i.;,r-n 1 lie failure w
.ii e .i : ' i .it. - i he ILi-lvr a:ch
m- "'.!., i-i.y .! .".u.'.j-i, O . h few day:
I a: l ill Ii. -lai.tl l.l lleifiit.
i..':.N i, ii - i i.n.e.l. t ia au
I.. e.! :. i (.en. . I a iti.rwuy, to
I.'.;- : i. i ::. Helia-t Ii
:-. ' I' i- n.ii w (Wide4
u . f ;. ii - ,.;..,u.inI ::..! v.
ni.iii .i t. .!-: i.-i l.ii t- r I
i "h icai;.
'Hl aoo. Jan li
Th- jii tio?ia , ,n :h brd uf trade tu-dav.
wrv v t ,'I.iwm X, it-it No i Januiry. nnennd
!""4 ."-l 't-; Mav .nd aud cluaad
n,;; Jiily. .t-r--l '! . .-l.J tiia.-. Cora
N r IVI-hhi-- ..i-iiil rlH. c.sed af'c;
Mv. op n"i -av ''-1 July, opened.
Vk'. liiianU I May. vpMkd
4. cl.Mel 4-it,: June, oprne.1 a-sc. .IM
ti4i-. J.ily j.-n-,l II i . .-I.-.-J 41- Pok
Ja .ujn-r. j --iiei 1'iiV i locil Sl3T,: sj4y(
oi-ni-ii in. . i.-Mt l-'y.-t Lard-rwOroj
oi.-ii-l ''i leu 5-.
Trr.iii. Ittit'.tr -I'mih-v irwtr. 2rr-; Ajur-
to D :-.li. 1 Ja-. p;icainK to..k. 1 'llw
Lit l'r-- h tumlil. Cluper dnz Driaij
lKUlti v- In. k us. VjT r-:ua.lr ll
turko-. ! . II.-. Ka- -Vs.- P-t -White
r-at'. vi-i.u. rl r -iai.-: Il-lui.
u,:c... I'fi b-.-H. -ii... i . ilnrtinnki. ii:jr.
St r t it.. - i-r ' jli-nim pur brl
i:ituii: f.i ... '. Ap ! Itfikio. 1i?,l'
per t.r. . .'a ,.u iui'.U' -r brl. Mich.sa
cn:t.tf . i. ii.ju ili-ri stork zt .
New YoHk. Jan. li
Wheat Sj. f rt-l w.nt.-r owh. f l lJ ,1
dojunuary. rl H i I'vl.ruary. Sl.OUa: do
?Iay. 1 do Juiih. Jl ie Corn-No :
mliiHl ia"h. jn-j i. iin January. -aUr-; d
M.-.y V-,. i liiil! l.ut et-ady: No i
ni.r! v - .tl : .1., .iHUUhrv .IH4C. iW
lfnv. 1. ..- uu.l I arlcv -NViylei-tPd rNirk
liu!'.. in.-?. 51I -o. r: i-' fur im-w Lard
Qiii'-'i- K.-l'i i'it . .. iy .!-. ru5l
Live - nttl;--Mi-!iul Mna. hat
trhtiiu-4i. l,-. .-. on-iiv 1 iott. atcajv; iiattve
r di-a. im n f.' 11 Mi,-m., unJ laiula-klarknt
tlrni Nmi-'ive tot U.:h al.ii-p ainl lamii
fbe:p. ."" V l"' Liuua siila.'.
Uf 1 ' ffa
Bay roland prairie. f OiiOS M
Hay Timouiy fAUieU W.
Hay Wlla, Iiu.ou.
Dale ITS 3
Ooel Hon lie.
Cord Woodlttu.Q ttOO.
A prominent physician and old amy
surgeon in eastern Iowa was railed away
from borne for few days. Daring bia
absence one of tbe cbtliren contracted a
severe cold, and bis wife bought a bottl
01 Cbamb.rlain a Cough Remedy for it
Tbey were so much pleased with th
remedy tbat tbey afterwards used scv
era! bottles at various time. lie said
from experience with It, be regarded it aa
the moat reliablo preparation in use for
colds, and that it Came the nearest of be
log a specific of any medicine ul bad
ever teen, ror tale by liartx & Babn
A Ksal Balsam la Kemp's Balaam.
Tha dtctionery says, "a balsam is
thick, pure, aromatic aubatano flowing
from tree.' Kemp's Balaam for tbe
throat and lung m the only cough medi--
that laBaTP" ' Masy tnin.
rg bottle 50c at an.
Don't say there I no help for catarrh,
bay fever and cold in bead, aioce thous
ands testify tbat Ely' Cream Balm ha
entirely cured tbem. It supersede th
dangerous use of liquid and snuffs. It
is easily applied into th nostril sod
give relief at once. Price 60c.
The first figure is the last now,
don't you forget IL
U. S. Gov't Report, An. 17, 1889.
i : 1
CLOTHLNG- EST THE WORLD!
Convince Yourself by ra!Iing on
Robt. Krause the Pioneer Clothier.
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVtNPORT. I A.
i Pocket Cutlery. 1
W bave 1 Table Cutlery.
( Kitchen Cutlery. )
Many nefnl articles for the house that are suitable for Imti present.
Full line of mechanics' tools an., builders' hardware.
For years we have made a
W. C. MAUCKER,
Bsrls( parcbsasd tb
rraperty which h baa kd tafllaj for tb ho.
tal baalaaaa. I bow prps to accoaa
odat tranaMBt fsrats.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very naasonsbi prtca.
B I aio nf afad la tb
at to aiaplr with cbsle lot at Oaoearla.
Farm prodac a apacaaiqr.
TEE UOLIIE SAVISSS BAI
(CtWtaf pastas at l.ttnaai.l t
MorJiNK. - rji-s
J- a. aa
Deposits received In amounts
f 1 and Upwards. 1 ..
TW prtrata vprtr of txTtnatm sim.
IbMta ta oapoaitora. Tkao sr sraalM
I fro korrowMc arfal Iu nail ia. Minora
sad saarrla rottla kf asacla) lew.
Orrwaaar W. vrnasiooa, rrMa; rwa
van aaiasaa, Vic rrMia 1; C. 9. ataaasvss,
Tauii W. Wbaaloek, rrtr aklnarr,
C. r. UaSMawajr. i. Ua Laaa, U. i. EM,
Birsat Uarllac. A. a. n(bt, J. a, Ksstut. L.
B. Hnxaaai. C. Vltstkaaa.
HV-Tbonlrcbanaa4MVlatBaak ta Bock
AfiOTtSvaar arparlese la twahf Isatn
sUl at sal. I wUl nroaiaw ysnMjrihaM am
a linm Sat tal t aauaya I cWl
t tMcbte Isatra-
anoar ear Mpamaloa. sis aaea Isvasrll wr'
TacbfwUIaraTtoaraw tair Vaw
Hooka ot aa. Oao-taird ot at asara aa a
Saul stelryoo. lata otdaaa aalnf
Mtbor, at mj ssaaic rooms, ten tl asi"
W aa pselalty ot tsacalag aWarhwoal
lascbar bow to teb.
Aadrass mm at laa Brady aT'fort, Is.
Yonr Attention to Ilia Immense
Children's Saits from II op to 2.
Boys 8aits from (3 ap to HO.
Mens' Saits from f3 np to 2.'
WE HATE THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
ia aT style
Snow Shovels for Snow.
Coal Shovels for Coal.
Dirt Shovels for Politicians.
CARSE & CO.S',
spicialtt of celling th- Wat Shoes made at Lowrst p.llt
prices. A trial will convince you.
1622 Second Avenne
" I roarU Aase, Drairt la
Confectionery, Cigars and Toys,
ichool Banc. Sckoal Sappllra. T.kxta. Iu, Etc.
H. SIEMON & SON,
t Baaaaar Cook tag aa4 Baativc Nva aad tb Oemaaao Cockhig Btorea,
aft . a a a .at Sat "
& icr? tnd Sneet
Choice Family Groceries
A trst-claa stack af OasrarlM
J. T. DIXOJST.
a 1 t .
Ana ucaicr in Mens' Fine Woolens. f
1706 Second AferX
Dealer in Groceries and Pror
. woe lfauar
( l arpet titretcaet. S t
IOUJJ Second uvtMiue.
PaaW - '
,re Tw-tym 8L. Rock Islaad.
;t 0fw IO lna v,ew f the