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THE ABGUb. TUESDAY. MAY 5 1891.
BUDIXI'S BAD LUCK.
Runs Afoul of the Blaine Buzz
AND THE IXPECTED AGAIN OCCURS.
An Illustration of the Oi.l Saw Tlint Dip
lomat Mtoold Have tioml Memories
A Confidential Affair That Was Not
Confidential at All Minister roiter
Requested to Tell Radinl That He I. a
Clam. In "a Gentlemanly Manner," as
It Were Views at the Capital of Kn
dini's Latest. '
"Washington Cur, May . Premier
Rudini's latest note to Marquis Impe
rial! Las not, in the opinion of stats de
partment people, wrought any change in
the Italian question. Marquis Imperial!
was extremely reticent about the flatter
yesterday and would only say: "You
must let the communication speak for
itself." State department officials, while
slow to express opinion, do not attach
much importance to this Inst note. It is
regarded here as intended solely for
"horns consumption," anJ to be used
there for the purpose of inspiring the
Italian people with the idea that their
government is pursuing a vigorous and
A Chance or ltuse for Italy. X3
While it is thought that t!i9 relations
between the two nations are net affected
by this last Italian "caper," the great dif
ference in the tona of the premier's first
note, which embodied a demand ub;1 an
ultimatum, and his latest, which sug
gests a grievance and a protest, is freely
commented upon in diplomatic circles,
and leads many to hope for more satisfac
tory relations between the two countries
before long. The next step taken by this
government in the matter will probably
be a communication from Secretary
Blaine to Imperiuli, based on the report
of the district attorney at New Orleans
in regard to the nationality and charac
ter of the men killed in the New Orleans
What the Next step Really Is.
Late Inst night it transpired that Secre
tary Blaine considered it uecessary to
take notice of one statement made by
Rndini before he transmitted the report
of the United States attorney, and pave
out the following;, addressed to Minister
Porter at Home:
"A series of statements addressed to the
Marquis In-.p?rili by the Marquis Rudini
was telegraphed from Rome yesterday,
and was published by the press of the
United States to-day. The only part of
Marquis Rudini communication which
this government desires to notice is the
one here quoted, namely, 'I have now be
fore me a uote addressed to yon by Secre
tary Blaine April 14. It? perusal pro
duces a most painful impression upsn me.
I wiil not stop to lay stress npon the lack
of conformity with diplomatic usages dis
played in making use, as Mr. Blaine did
not hesitate to do, of a portion of a tele
gram of mine communicated to him in
atsict confidence in order to get rid of a
question clearly defined in our official
documents, which, alone possess a diplo
The Matter Radiol Complained of.
"The telegram of March 4. concerning
whose public use the Marquis Rudini
complains, is the following, which was
qnoted in full in my note of April 14 to
Marquis Imperial), chnrfre d'affaires of
Italy at this capital It is dated Rome.
March 24, 1S91, and addressed to the Ital
ian minister i.l Washington.: 'Our re
quests to the federal government are very
simple. Some Italian subjects, acquitted
by the American magistrates!, have been
murdered iu prison when under the i in
mediate irot.'c?;oti of the authorities.
Oar right, therefore, to demand and ob
tha the puaishmeLt of the murderer mil
tain indsmity for the victims is unques
tionable. I wish to add that the public
opinion ia Italy is justly impatient, and
if concrete provisions were not at once
taken I should find my self in the pain
ful neces-ity of showing openly our dis
satisfaction by reci.lliii the tiiiaisvr of
his rr.nj.'Sty fr.nn a country where he is
unable to obtain justice.
Not a Confident Tele-gram.
"The intimation of the Marquis Rudini
that the telegram iu que.-tiou was deliv
ered in strict confidence is a total error.
As the telegram expressed the demand of
the Italian government it was impossible
that Marqnis Hudini could transmit it in
Strict confidence. As I have already staK-d
it was communicated to me in person
by Baron I'ava, written iu English in Lis
own handwriting, without a suggestion of
privacy, and that the telegram itself has
not a binglo mark upon it denoting a con
fidential character. I have caused a num
ber of copies of the telegram to be fur
warded to you to-day in fac simile. Tie
usual mark for Italic printing was used
by me nailer four lines, and they appear
in the copies. You will use the fac simiie
in such a manner as will most effectual. y
prove the error into which the Marquis
Rudini has fallen".
AUTOYSY ON REV. BOTHWEU,
Effect oa a Croncbni of Inhaling a
Bhookxts, N. Y., May 5. Dr. Rush
more performed an autopsy on the Rev.
Dr. George W. Bothwell Monday. He
found that the minister had died of suppu
rated bronchial pneumonia caused by the
closure of the middle division of the left
bronchus. The cork was found lying iu
the lower bifurcation of the left bronchus
with the wide end up. The cork was half
an inch io diameter and seven-eighths of
an inch long. The lower end of the cork
was broken one quarter of its circumfer
ence where the corkscrew went in and
failed to bold. The upper end of the cork
was also broken, probably before he
swallowed it. The lining membrane of
the bronchus was found to be all decom
posed. Below the viower end of the cork
the membrane was very much congested.
Another Mnillar Case.
Boetox, May 3. A case in many re
spects similar to that of the Rev. Dr.
Bothwell, of Brooklyn, K. Y., is being
treated at the Massachusetts Geueral hos
pital in this city. The patient is Oscar
Nille, aged 0 years, and the physicians are
trying to extract a tamarind seed that the
boy inhaled wuile at play last Saturday.
The seed is located in the left lung. Trach
eotomy baa been performed without suc
cess. Permitted an ttutnlgrritnt to Escape.
New York, May S Agent Henderson,,
of the Anchor Line Steamship Co., was ar
rested yesterday by the federal govern
ment authorities charged with having
permitted a detained immigrant to
scape from the fteamer Alexander. He
was heM'fci C3U0 bail for examination.
FATHER IGNATIUS' CRUSADE.
Blatters That Are Troubling New York
New York, May 5. Rev. Hebor Newton,
an Episcopal clergyman of New York city,
is a "broad" churchman. Indeed ha. is so
" broad " that
:'high," it has
been a wonder
that he has not
got into tronble
with his ecclesi
He is so "broad"
in some things
that it is hard to
draw the line of
di ff eren ce be
tween him and
Ingersolh II i s
latest declara &. HXBek newton.
tions are easily interpretable as a repudia
tion of the Episcopal doctri of tha "res -arrection
of the body." He appears to be
a long way iu the sam9 road as that
which Dr. McQueary is traveling; only
thot in the "low" church diocese of Ohio
Dr. McQueary was suspended for his
teachings, while in the "high" church dio
cese of New York Dr. Newton is tolerated.
A Nemesis for the Doctor.
Little was said, however, about Dr.
Newton's ideas in this city by anybody
that is, little loud enough to bo heard
except the newspapers, who rathet
commended his "liberality," until the ad
vent of Father Ignatius, a Church of Eng
land "mouk," in this city some time ago.
It may be stated in passing that the broth
erhood of which Rev. Ignatius was a
member in Great Britain has recently
gone over in a body to Rome. The father
himself, however, declares that nothing
is farther from his intention, and that he
i a loyal son of the Episcopal church. He
heard of Rev. Newton's doctrines as re
ported in the newspapers, and has since
then waged a war against Newton, in
sisting that he shall retract, or that Bish
op Potter shall see that he goes out cf the
The most extraordinarv meeting of
this crusa de against "breadth" of religi
ous view was held at Chickering hall
Suudavjuight. Rev. Ignatius declares the
sentiments expressed by Dr. Newton to
be a "bold repudiation of the Christian
religion." Ttiere was an immense audi
ence, clergymen of all denominations
being present, a large proportion-being
Episcopalians. Dr. DeCosta, the only
Episcopal clergyman who has publicly
joined the crusade of Ignatius, was on the
stand with the father. Iguatius in ring
ing sentences, called npon all who were
on the Lord's side to join him on the
platform or rise to their feet, and several
clergymen immediately sprang ta their
feet and joined him.
stirred Vp the AaJienco.
The audience, however, hesitating to
take sides, did not respond so quickly,
when Ignalias Jondly cried that he con
st rued their remaining seated ns a denial
of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This
had the desired effect, and everybouy
rosp. Father Ignatius was -decidedly ill,
but. bespoke with warmth and earnestness.
After he retired to his hotel he was entiie
. ly prostrated. In his sermon Sunday
Rev. Newton said that charity was
greater than faith interpreting charity
as toleration. Faith had led to many sad
acts of fanaticism. Ha v. Dr. Rainsfc 1,
another Episcopal clergyman who is very
broad, and has been criticised by Fat'.er
Iguatus, warned those during his sermon
yesterday who charged Lira with violat .:
his church's rules that there was a law
of libel. Religious circles here have been
stirred np considerably of lata, and the
trouble seems to be rapidly approaching a
New Capital Offense.
Desvtk, Ci-do., May 5. At 10 o'clock
Saturday night the police were, sum
moned hastily to West Denver, where a
mob was in the act of lynching a China
man named Wing Lee. The neighbor
hood has lieen unhealthy of late, and an
examination was made of tne cellars oc
cupied by several Celestials. The filth
and stench was frightful, and this so en
raged the people that they p-ocured a
rope, nnd but for the arrival of the pa' 1
wagon would have hanged the China
man. On Trial for Killiu; Dr. Baird.
WHEELING, W. Ya., May a The trial
of Dr. George I. Garrison, who was ar
raigned for the murder of Dr. George
Baird. begun yesterday. Dr. Baird was
one of the leac'ing physicians of this city,
nud was at one time mayor. Dr. Garri
son was president of the state board of
health. A leud had existed nejweeo. the
two men for several months. They met
on the street on March 'i and lifter ex
changing a few words Dr. Baird was shot
The Has. Ball Record.
Chicago, May 5. The League scores in
the pluviog yesterday were as follows: At
Chicago Pittsburg 3, Chicago 4; at Cleve
landCincinnati 3, Cleveland 9; at Brook
lyn Host on 3, Brooklyn a; at Philadel
phia New York C, Philadelphia 9.
American Association: At Philadel
phia, ten innings darkness Baltimore 9,
Athletic 'J; ut Boston Boston 11, Wash
ington 4; at Cincinnati Cincinnati 1, St.
Louis 11; at Columbus Columbus 6,
lcadiy Saloon l-'ljrht.
Cincinnati, O., May 5. A probably
fatal fight occurred Snnday night in Fred
Schneren beck's saloon Louis Walz and
Andy Harding, white men, and Levi
Taris and his stepson James, colored,
were the pLrticipan. The two latter were
intoxicated, and got into an argument
with the white men. Walz was nearly
disemboweled, and taken to the hospital
in a dying condition. Ilardinger is cut
in the left arm, but not seriously injured.
Call It a Compliment to Blair.
Washington' Citt, May 5. The
Woman's National Industrial League of
America, of which Charlotte Smith is
president, ha adopted resolutioas in
which the refusal of the emperor of
China to receive ex-Senator Blair as
United States minister is spoken of as
"the highest compliment that could be
bestowed ou a citizen of the United
Intended to sacrifice His Grandchild.
Bbidgewater, Conn., May 5. Olivet
Jessup, a prominent citizen, while insane
from ill uess, piled the furniture on the
floor, putting his little grandchild on the
heap, and prepared to ignite it, saying
that be was Abraham, and the Lord re
quired a sacrifice. The child's cries at
tracted attention, and the sacrifice was
THE WORLD'S FAIR.
Something About the Progress
of the Enterprise.
BUILDING TO BE BEGUN IN A MONTH
Bids To Be Called for at Once for the
Stmctnte for Mines and Mining One
Thoasrnd Men at Work Treparlng
Jackson Park A Site Selected for the
Mexican Exhibit, Which Will Be a
Grand One Religious Feature of the
Chicago, May 5 Work on the first big
building for the World's fair will begin
withiu a month. Chief of Construction
Burnham was authorized yesterday to
call for bids at once on tho mines nnd
mining building. He was likewise di
rected to close a contract with Frank B.
Stone for material to be used iu the coa
struction of temporary railroad tracks
throughout the exposition grounds. This
action on the part of the grounds and
buildings committee is significant. It
means that after twelve months of prep
aration signs of progress will soon be vis
.bla, Almost everything that has been
done so far has been of a preliminary na
ture, but from this time forward the re
salt of every blow may be seen.
Eighteen Mites of Track Wanted.
."I am ready now to call for bids," Ciiief
Btirnham said as ho" came ont of the
committee room. "The specifications
are all prepared, and notice to contract
ors will b given at once. Besidos author
ing work ou the mines and mining build
ing, the committee gave instructions for
1 tying a network of railroad tracks in the
t xpositiou grounds. These are to be used
in delivering building materials.
About eighteen miles , of track will
le required for the purpose. Much of
this will be put down while contractors
are preparing their bids on the mines
luilding, so that when the contract is
given we will bo ready to deliver material
a rapidly as it is nejdel." Mr. Burn
ham thinks that the mines building will
bj nnder way iu three weeks.
Will he Hard at Work in Jane.
After that the work will go ahead with
ott interruption. In quick succession
contracts will be let for the agricultu. .1
and electricU buildings, so that the early
days of Juua will find the exposition
g-onnds swarming with laborers on the
b g bui.'.lings. Chief Btirnham yesterday
nominated William rrettyman, of Chi
ef go, for director of color. He will have
cl arge of all the color effects, both in
terior and exterior, of the exposition
buildings. The temporary railroad tracks,
to deliver building material in the
gtounds, am estimated to cost $35,000.
Preparing the l'ark Cirounds.
McArthur Bros, have more than half
fit ished tteir contract to put Jackson
park in shape for the Luildings. About
1,100 men and 3(0 teams are busy in the
prk. Most of the shovelers have dropped
thiir spades and are now with the gaug
that manage the dump cars. This part
of the work will go on much faster than
th-i stripping process. A dczen teams
an 1 dump cars make a bigger show in a
day than several sceres made, in a week.
Fcur dredges are scooping up great quan
tities of sand along the lines of the la
goons that lead in from Lake Michigan.
The Great Mexican Exhibit.
Don Leonardo Fernandez has secured
spi ce for Mexico's $1,00.1, iXK exhibit. Tha
rej resentative of the Mexican government
met Director General Davis aud Chief
Durham yesterday, aud after a careful ex-
Rjnia::t;ou of the map, picked oat a loca
tio i at the southeast corner of the area
res-rved for displays of foreign govern
ments. This brings the Mexican build
ing directiy north of ths United States
government building. A lagoon lies be
tween them on the west, and to the north
west will be the buildings of other foreign
governments. The area assigned to Don
Fernandez is large enough to accommo
dat3 a building 10J by 2J0 feet, the cost of
wh.th is yet to be determined.
1 he Director of Arts.
Professor llaisey C. Ives, of Washington
university, St. Louis, has decided to ac
cept the position of director of line arts in
the World's fair, provided the duties ot
the office do not require him to leave the
uuieersity and tha faculty think his
acci ptance will bs beneficial to tho uni-
In the pursuit or tee gooa things of
this world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
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blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial dinette. Price. 50 ceota.jo
The only coirplexion powder in the
world that is withou. vulgarity, without
injury to the user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pozzoni's.
PROPOSED RELIGIOUS CONGRESS.
Free Kxpression of Opinions of Every
T.ie general committee on religious
congresses cf the world's congress auxil
iary held its first meeting yesterday.
President Bonney said in his address to
the committee that the chief aim would
be to gather in convention during the ex
position eminent representatives of the
Chr stian religions. Dr. Barrows said:
"Tha congresses for which we are respon
sible touch the highest interest of man
and will awaken doubtless as wide an in
terest as any of the memorial meetings
whii h are to render u peculiar and no
ble distinction to the approaching exposi
tion. Geueral Plan of the Congress.
"F rst of all there should be a church
congress representing all the various
faiths, at which there should be free ex
pressions of fraternal greeting. Then
there will be held congresses of the differ
ent lenomiaations; congresses of the
Youi g Men's Christian association, the
Yout g People's Christian Endeavor
socie' ies and Kpworth leagues; Sunday
schoil congresses, foreign missionary
congresses, both Catholic and Protestant;
congresses of Evangelical alliauces and
city missionary work to discuss the great
problems General Booth aid others are
makisg so promiuent."
A Memorial Vol u me..
The Spanish duke de Veragua, who
claims to be the only living descendant of
Colunbus, proposes a memorial volume
to solemnize the great festival of the ex
positi )n. He thinks a prize of tO.OOO should
be off ired f or the best work, in proserin
the tatnre of a historical sketch of the
disco ery of America.
Refused to Resign.
PHI DELPHI A, May 5. Manager Sbar
sig, ol the Athletics, was informed after
Saturday's game that the board of direct
ors ha 1 decided to ask for his resignation.
Mr. f harsig was much surprised, but
positively refused to resign, whereupon he
was it formed that he would no longer be
regarded as an employ of the club. Mr.
Sharsig says he will insist on the fulfill
ment of bis contract. It is nnderstood
thatjS larsig will be succeeded by Powers,
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aud it is Soluble.
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more than three fanes the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
economical, costing hss than one cent
a ct. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocers everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
Dr. HrMPURCTS' specifics are KCieutldeaily and
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Rock Island, 111.
Successor to Adamson & Ruick,
. -. MHffiL ?-WsW.'- VaI - as A
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Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Averme,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
J5F"Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
INCORPORATED USDEB THS THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL., ;
Open d&T.y from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 1 to S o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Konev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
X. P. REYNOLDS. Pres. P C. D3XSMANN, Vice-Prss. J. SC. BTJFORD, C&pt;er
P. L. JJitchel!, E. P. Reynolds, F. C. Deckmann. John Crabsaea. C. F. Ljnde,
J. i. Re Liners, L. Punon, S. W. Hnret, J. M. Baiord.
Jackson A Ecbst, Solicitors.
Will besrin business Jn!y S, 1890, and will ocenpy bsnking rooai with Mitchell 4 Lyas
ontil new bank is cempleicd.
What Constitutes a Tailor-Made Suit?
Wbv.one that i eut especially fryon by n mm v!ir is an artist anil thoronsrlily nnderaoU
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dustry and let us keep our money right here at home, and not send it eat for foreign labar
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Third avenue and Twentieth street
See the Stylish Display
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
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Qrapfl' Opening of
(molink avenue) Joe Hubep's Garden
SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 2d.
Bleusr'g Bund will furnitfa he music. Coa-cue, com? all.
We sre opening-tne most complete line of Hardware specialties ever ofland sa Rack
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BFIClAXTLSS-aimar Cooks and Rsuc.es, "Florida- and VTllber Cot Water Hester
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