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PBIXK AND HUNGER
A Starving Family in a Chicago
rouB litis neably sacritioed.
flasband, Vif. and Two Childin Dying
In the Midst of rieoty The Fathei
Closes a Two Mouths' Drunk in Deslli
Shortly After Discovery Tb e Other.
Just Rescued In the Kick of Time
The Pitiful Story Told by the Wif.
ClilCAGO, Jan. 27,-In awretclml bovel
at 71 West Sixteenth street Tinicthy Kay,
ouce a prosperous railroad emjiloye, his
wife and two children were foui d yester
day afternoon lying unconscious on the
floor. Kay had not of late a.sito i a U?d in
timately with any of his neighbor, wlic
are ail of the poorer class, and th. womnu
a-id children eemed to feel the digracf
which his habit of drinking to excess had
forced upon them. Mrs. Ray has lieen ill
for some time, but not apparently in im
mediate need of assistance, and trie kind
offers of thoss who attempted to relieve
her were not always received witi cheer
fulness. Several days having passed,
however, during which uo member of the
Ray family had been seen ent-riug or
leaving the house, the neighbors became
alarmed, and, after failing to g.tin en
trance to the hovel, notified the police.
Four Dying of Starvation.
Officer Gava, of the Maxwell Street sta
tion, came at once, and, battering down
the door, exposed a horrible sighi.. The
hovel had one long, low room, in whica
Were a few articles of furniture of the
most dilapidated description, and jh the
floor, half dressed iu ragged g.irmor ts and
unconscious, were Ray', his wir'o and two
little girls. Tiie atmosphere vv i-. si tiling,
and it was thought at tirst that all were
dead. Physicians after an hour's incessant
labor succeeded in reviving the woman
and the children, but the man returning
unconscious was taken to the county hos
pital, where iu au hour he died.
Out of Food for Two Weeks.
In feeble tones and broken sentences
Mrs. Ray toid the police her story ol star
vation. Her husband, she said, had e.irued
nothing for the post year. When they
were marriei he had a good position, but
after a short time he bad fallen into bad
habits, and had lost work as often rs he
Lad secured it. She had supported the
children and her husband by washing and
scrubbing about town until the weeii be
fore Christmas, when she had fallen ill.
She had since Ix-en unable to work. The
childreu had managed to secure food
enough to keep the family alive until two
weeks ago, when, exhausted by hunger
and over-exertion, they had tiecome too
sick to leave the house.
The Husband Drunk for Two Months.
Her husband, the woman said, had been
drunk two months. She had only a i on
fused recolletion of the time when she
lost consciousness. The children had be
come quiet, and she thought they were
asleep. She lay beside them on the floor.
She remembered that her husband after
ward came iu and stumbled over them to
a corner. She thought it was nearly d;irk
then, but did not know what day it wis.
Kind neighbors cared for Mrs. Ray and
her children last night, and the physicians
say that they are in a fair way to recover,
although the mother is still dangeromly
ill. Had the officer been a few hours later
she must have died.
INDIANS ATTACK A RANCH.
An Exf-hange of Volleys and the Be. Is
OMAHA. Neb., .Ian. 27. A special from
Rapid City, S. D., says: Au arrival from
Lower Spring creek yesterday brought tie
news of an attack made by a party of In
dians upon the ranch of Noah Newbanks
shortly after sundown Saturday night.
Xewbauks, his family and three men wh
are in his employ had just finished their
suppers and were seated about the room
discussing the affairs of the day, when,
without a moment's warning, a crashing
of glass was heard, followed by the report,
of a rifle. Seizing their arms, Newbanks
and iiis men rushed out of the doors only
to meet another volley from a party of In
dians who had taken a position about lot
yards from the house.
Itlimd-Staius on the firass.
Fortunately noue of the whites was in
jured. They immediately returned the
lire, and the Indians retreated across the
Cheyenne. A vigilant look-out was kept
at, the ranch all night, but the Indians did
not return to the attack. Next morning
the ground was closely examined, and iu
several places the grass w us found to be
stained with blood, and from this it is
thought that some of the Indians were
Tories Have All They f;an Attend to.
l.o.xioN, Jan. 27. In the house of com
mons yesterday the attorney general for
Ireland replied to a question by Mr. T. V.
Russell, Conservative, as to the exj)ediency
if enacting a law to prohibit priests from
noting as agents at polling booths, that
without pronouncing an opinion upon the
facts alleged regarding Kilkenny, or the
propriety of the enact men t suggested, he
was indisposed to add to the programme
of the government the controversy that the
introduction of such a measure would en
tail. Dynamite Outrages.
liLt ekield, V. Va., Jan. 27. The fourth
instance in which houses in' this vicinity
have been blown up with dynamite oc
curred here Sunday night. The home of
James Collins was demolished Thursday
night; Moses Henry's store was partially
wrecked the same night, and William
Koau'd dwelling was demolished and
several persons injured. Three arrests
have been made as a result of the explo
sion Sunday night. The town is ter
rorized. Will Do Home Kule no Service.
Dublin, Jan. 27. A most extraordinary
scene is reported from Limerick. Rev.
Mr. Ualbraitn, a Protestant minister, sent
a floral cross to the funeral of the late
Canon Hossa, Roman Catholic divine.
This was given a place among several
wreaths. The cross was subsequently
I'ung on the lectern. The congregation ob
jected, and the cross was cut down and
east outside the church, where a number
of church people kicked it about.
i:ie, Pa,, Jan. 87. The first ice-boat
accident of the season happened Sunday
evening during a gale. The ice-boat
Viiiz ran on to the end of a log, and in
addition to wrecking the boat killed Her
man Fidler, his bead being crushed,
Henry Sofcafer was injured.
A STARTLING DISCOVERY.
Which Also Has a Very Romantic and
Kansas Citt. Mo., Jan. 57. Leon S.
Gordon, who has just returned from a
trip in New Mexico, where be has been
engaged in running a telegraph line from
Las Vegas to Silver City, relates a strange
story of his experience in the territory.
For miles he and bis men would work
without feeing a human being and the
houses were principally old ruins which
had long been abandoned. It was the
custom of the gang to utilize these honses
as temporary camping places, and it wai
while thus occupying a house that a dis
covery was made, at once startling and
romantic. One Sunday, while the gang
was camp d in a ruined house near Ojos
del Muerte, or "The Springs of Death, "
two of the men, rambling over the house,
beenme imbued with the idea that it had
a secret chamlier.
An Old Spanish Atrocity (Tuearthed.
The walls were sounded and the plaster
ing knocked off until at last a walled up
door was found. This wis broken down
and the space within entered, when lying
on the floor the men perceived two skele
tons, their wristbones encircled with iron
bands, connected by chains, showing that
theuufortunates had been chained together
hnd left to die a lingering death. The
ones were clearly those of a man and
a-oman, hut for a long time nothing fur
:her could lie learned of the mystery until
an old Mexican happened along, and on
being told of the find affirmed that it was
the missing wife of a former owner of the
place, who, folk thought, had eloped with
nn American who had aroused her hus
AS A MATTER OF BUSINESS.
Result of Lewis Hob i hit's Method of
New Yoi:k, Jan. 27. Agnes Schlusser
appeared in court yesterday as plaintiff In
a suit for --M,000 for breach of promise of
marriage against lewis Schlick. She said
that Schlick asked her to marry him and
she consented and then he went back on
her. Schlick admitted that he had made
love to the girl, but said it whs a matter
of business, as her parents were customers
whom he ha 1 secured for a grocery in
which he clerked. He always made it a
point to visit around among his custom
ers. As Miss Schlusser carried in her
arms a pretty boy baby of which Schlick
was the father and she the mother, his
"visiting arouar would seem to have had
a marked effect on the census. The jury
gave Miss :Schlusser flii.tXD.
A DEED OF YO'JNG DEVILS.
Two Little Hoys Held Over a Klre and
Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 27. While
skating yesterday on a pond at Twenty
third street and North avenue Freddie
Hockbarth and August Priest, each aged
12 years, were seized by three older bovs,
who said that they wanted to "make nig
gers of them." After a fire bad be-n
lighted the little fellows' faces were held
over the fire until the flesh rolled off, and
both may lose their eyesight. They will
at any rate le disfigured for life. No ar
rests have as yet been made. The cries of
the youngsters brought workmen in the
viciuity;to their relief, and.the older ones
made good their escape.
Fought It Out with Their "Guns."
Cheyenne, Wyo.. Jan. 27. Details of a
duel lietween cowboys at Lauder have
been received here. One of the cowboys
goes by the name of "Six-Shooter Billy"
and the other is called "Dab." Their
trouble arose, over a game of cards
anl they decided to settle it with
six-shooters. They adjourned to a cor
ral near the ranch buildings. Several
cowboys attempted to stop the fight, but
without success. The men stood back to
back, then each walked fifteen steps,
turned, and commenced firing. "Six
Shooter Uilly" was killed, four bullets
striking him before he fell. "Dab" was
shot three times iu the shoulder, head,
aud hip. He is lying at the ranch iu a dy
ing condition. Both men are from Texas.
Humoring an Insane King.
Bei::.I, Jan. 27. The proposed deposi
tion of the insane King Otto of Bavaria,
in favor of his uncle and heir, the regent
Luitpold, meets with general approval in
Germany. Otto is nearly a maniac. His
favorite amusement is to stand at a win
dow of his castle-prison, under watch of
an attendant, aud shoot at peasants with
a gun which he supposes to be loaded with
ball, b:it which, of course, is not. Peas
ants are kept under regular pay to lie shot
at. They come within gunshot, the king
lires, and at the souud they fail, pretend
tending to lie killed.
Their Thefts Mere Laid to Indians.
Piekke, S. D., Jan. 27. Tom Hetlund
and Charles Thompson, two ranchmen,
were arreste 1 and lodged iu jail here yes
terday for stealing range cattle ou Bad
river and sell in j; it to Pierre butchers.
This exonerates Iudians from much cattle
tealing on West river laid to them during
the last two months.
An Alleged Lothario Shot.
STELLA. Neb., Jan. 27 City Marshal
(iosliu shot aud severely wounded John
Kennedy, a prominent, implement dealer,
Monday. Goslin claims that Keunedy
Tiade. improper advances toward his wife.
Three shots were fired, one of the bullets
taking effect in the left side of the head.
Itoslin was arrested.
Inoculation of (ioat'a Blood.
Paris, Jan. 27. Drs. Bertin and Pieq,
of the faculty of the Nantes School of Med
icine, have exhibited to their colleagues of
I'aris an experiment in inoculation with
giat's blood for the treatment of tubercu
losis. The goal is not subject to tuis dia
e.ise. Northern Pacific Carshop Burned.
Bbaiseud, Minn., Jan. 27. Yesterday
nne of the Northern Pacific carshops here,
u.-ed as a paint shop, was burned with the
ccnteuts, including eight or ten coaches.
The loss is estimated at from ftO.000 to
Gemiau and French Sailors Fight.
JJokdeaux. Jan. 27. In a conflict yester
day between French and German sailors
a i umber were seriously wounded with
ko i ves. There is fear of further trouble.
Killed Under a Falling Shed.
Deseronto, Ont., Jan. 27. George Bul
mer, was killed and four fellow-workmen
seriously injured here yesterday by the fail
ing sheds of a lumber camp.
Failure at Ran Claire, Wis.
Eatj Claisk, Wis., Jan. 27. El G.
Rankin, merchant tailor, made an assign
ment yesterday to Arthur Smith. Asset,
16,5)0; liabilities, $40X
HILL STOPPED THE WEDDING.
Xesr York's Governor a noeeessfal Mate,
ltreaker Ills Nephew's Inatu.
Newark, N. J Jan. 27.-Lyn.a-i D.
Davis, a nephew of Governor Hill, o
New York, who died here Saturday,
was an electrician and wan 2fJ years of age!
Governor Hill visited him Friday, and Sat
urday morning the governor telegraphed
to have the body sent on to Elmira. Mr
Davis, who was in the employ of the United
States Klec-tric Llht company, wiu
brought into public notice in April of laM
year through the successful efforts of lib
uncle. Governor David B. Hill, to prevent
h:s marriage to a working girl. Davis wci
the governor's oaly relative, but saw very
little of his unci, and supported himself,
asking no help from his relative. He con
sidered his means large enough to support
a wife also, and he secured the consent ol
Miss Belle tsnydvr, of Klmira, a most
estimable young woman, whom he met al
the Kin. it-,t academy some years l-fore, U
become Mrs. Davis.
Ihe I n:!e Interposes a Veto.
The weddiag was set for April In aud
among the i::v. tat ions sent out was one U
Governor Hi. 1. The governor was dissat
isfh' l with the mntch and had it indetiu-it.-ly
postponed at the last moment. Much
sympathy is expre-sed for MissSynder,
wuo was a g.rl of irreproachable charac
ter, good education, and - refined tastes.
Davis felt his disappointment keenly, and
h.sdeith is belli ved to have been has
tened on account of it. He had been iu
drooping spirit,, ever since he obeved hi
uncle s o.ders and broke on the match.
By an explosion iu the colliery at IL-Vr
na, (rermauy, Sunday, fifty-two pcrsoua
British churclnien ara just now dis
cussing the question whether it is in'ia
d g. for a bi-:i.p Ui ri.le a "bike."
There are eighty cases of typhoid fi vei
at Albany, N. V., and the sanitary author
Ities are hunting for the cause of the ep
idemic. A Berlin dispatch says that Congress,
man William McKinley, of Ohio, will pay
a visit to Prince Bismarck during the com
The various laUir unions of Boston
have adopted resolutions denouncing The
Post for discharging printers In-louring
to the union.
The wife of ex-Postmaster W. T. Dow
dall. editor of The National Democrat at
Peoria, Ills., has sued for divorce fix al
B. B. Hopkins, a prominent Wall street
broker, cut his throat at bis home in New
York Sunday night. The wound i
thought to be fatal.
Harris A. Smiler, who murdered his
wife, was sentenced at New York Monday
to death by electricity during the week
beginning March In.
Seven thousand coal miners are striking
for higher wag.?s iu the Monougahela val
ley, and tra le is paralyzed, with little hope
ot the strike eudiug soon.
The British authorities are alleged to 1
greatly excited over the discovery of an
alleged l-'eutan dynamite plot, which is
said to have been hatched in Philadelphia
and Kaunas City.
A snow storm extended from Pennsyl
vauia east to the coast Sunday, taking in
purt of New England. The telegraph, tel
ephone and electric light mires were down
everywhere and it took all Monday to re
Franz Sachse, of New York city, com
mitted suicide last week. He had a polity
for fiiiH) in a German society and left di
rections that the members should drink a
c up!e of kegs of beer at his obsequies.
Ti:e beer was duly drunk.
Lyman J. Gace having aunouueed Lis
iateution of resigning the presidency of 1 1 e
Chicago World's fair direcory, Ferd W.
Peck is the most frequently named as his
successor. Mr. Gage resigns because h.s
private business demands that move.
It litis lieeu learned that Milton Tootle,
Jr., the soti of a Kansas City millionaire
returned there a few days ago from Phil
adelphia, where he was attending school,
and eloped with Belle Gordon, the 10-year-old
daughter of a farmer living near Lis
Zoe Gayton, au actress who is walking
from San Francisco to New York, was an
attraction at a Chicago dime museum la-t
week. To-day she started again. She
walks along the railway tracks and is to
get $2. (XX) if she b.-ats fifteen miles per
day. Sue had 103 miles to spare when J-Le
Wide Open Saloons in Terre Haute.
Tkkke llAt TE. I nd . Jan. 27. The cir
cuit court Monday refused to dissolve the
order restraining the city from prosecut
ing ofTeuilers under the new King ordi
nance, requiring saloon doors to lie locked
after llu'tl ic'v at night and on Sunday,
until the peiidiug test case of the constitu
tionality of the ordnance is decided. The
saloonkeepers bold that it is unconstitu
tional lecau-e it deprives a property own
er o: bis rights
Driven Insane by Noandal.
Tuton, Ind., Jan. 27. William Vare,
who killed his wife and then himself here
Jan. 17, was of unsound mind. It now
appears that he was driven to the act by
the insinuations and unkind remarks
made about, his wife to him every day by
the nii'ti he worked with. He left this
note: "My friends, please have us laid
Kid by sid I die to-night for the love I have
Chiraoo. Jan. 28.
The quotations nn thu board of trade to-day,
were as follows: Wheat No. 2 January, opened
PlgC closed We; May, oiened BTVc, clotted
87 Vic: July, opened 8?c. closed 93c. Corn
No. g February, opened 4!J6c clotted 41le: May,
opened, 54c, cloned S?gc; July, opened SUc,
closed (lata No. IS May, opened WiVjo,
cliwed June, opened and closed 45e;
July, opened 4c, closed 41c. Pork Janu
ary, opened SlO.aitl, closed $9 .80; February,
opened tl'Uki, closed f 8j; May, opened f 10 55;
closed flD.'Ei. Lard February, opened 5.72i
closed ii 70.
Live stock Union stock yards quotations
were as follows: Hogs Market opened activa,
all parties buying; prices &J.10c higher; light
grades, M 4-.'J 7; rough packing, VJ..rjOG&J.l)U;
mixed. !..V(t3.7.; heavy packing au shipping
lots, 33.k:).85; pigs. S2.80&3 50.
Produce: Butter Fancy separator. 27c; dsir
ea. fiuost fresh. 18762:c; packing stock. 10 i lie.
Eggs Fresh candled, Zie per dos. Dressed
poultry Chickens, ftiVcper lb; ducks, IklW:;
turkeys. l3,llc; geese, tt&fc. Potatoes White
rose. IKftPilc per bu; red rose, IMc; Hebron,
w90c: Peerless, WSJc; Burbanks. 803Ge
(sweet potatoes Jerseys, $3.75(4.00 per brl;
Illinois. 3. 043.50. Apples -Cooking, 3 0034.00
per brl: eating. 14.005.00; Michigan choice,
13.754.00; peddlers' stock. $L50t42. 50.
New York Ur Stock Market.
Live Stock: Cattle Trading slow on all
grades; poorest to beet native steers, $4.0X25 )3
V J 00 !; bulla and dry cows. IL30 43.55.
Sheep and Lambs Sheep firm; lambs active at
an advance of Mo V t: aheap, 14.01K&&.7S f) UU
ft; lambs. So.i.8TK. Hogs-NotaiaaUr
toady; uv hogs, $3.409440 V MM ft.
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8hop Third arenne, between 10th and 11th streets,
(Fred Koch ' old lU&d.)
C3TA11 kiad ot Carpenter work and repairing done. Batlafactioa (ruaranteed.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and. Builder,
Offloe and Shop Correr BeTentoenlh . . T t, T,1-J
aad SeTenth Arenae, XvOClC Island
IsfTAll klada Of Artletie WOA a epaeialty. Plasa and eatlasataa foe a!! br Am VsniHw
fsnlaaed oa appikanoa.
House and Sign Painter.
Flrst-claat Oralalnc aal Paper Sasx.
P. O Bo 72
. GE0SGE SCHUEB, Proprietor.
1601 Seooad Areas. Corner of airteeith Street. - Opposite Barpar-a Tbtttre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors.
Free LaaeA Brery Day
IVT - n TTT -h -svs
DAVIS & CO,
A compels atoch of
Pipt Brass Goods,' Packing,
Eose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sole Aetata for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS.
V curactro every owe perfect, and arm aead Ct pa.
Twea'y day trial, to respoaawble parucav
Safety Dealing Do Urn and Contractors for
fiiblas and lajiox Walrr, aad
1712 Ttjt Atx.,
Rock III aad. Ulinolf.
Te.cpboet lia. Beeldetxe Teaaao 100.
ivSD DXIUI a
Wrought and C&st Iron and lad Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
faTBeat work at fair prices). EiUrratrt faralabed.
OSce tal ahop S19 18th St. Telephone USX.
Rock Island, 111.
Ell KXCBXVX3 BU -
- Ci No. 1808 Second arenue.
Bock Islajcd, III.
T. II. ELLIS, Rock Island. Di,
Vf) Cor. Foartecata Bt. aad feooad Are.
Riop FoarU Are. beC Ket and ltd Sta.
ROCK 18 LAND.
Bee and Cigars a!waysNon Hand
aaadaicaaa raraUaed m laart Bottoa.
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