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Out tf Politics, but "Not Out, of
EE KNOT'S WHAT HAS HAPPENED,
Bit Not What May Happen, Regarding
Hli Own Political Career Harrison
tail Cleveland the Men for 1892, an. I
Blaine Not an Available The ln-.net the
Same a Lat Klt-ction The Demo
cratic Majority In Cougrrn Some Jier
from Bar Harbor Pen n sylvan la lerao
cram and Gov Hill, i - j j
Chicago, July a.-J-Citizeo Jihu J. jn
Rails ami Mi9 Ingalls arrive! pt. fiio
Orand. Pacific last evening. Thly Are
iourtieyinsz from Geor;r-town, T. C, where
Miss InRull ha been in school, to their
Kansas home, uod will be in this city un
til tonight. A reporter nought the "states
man out of a job." Mr. Ingalls seemed to
bubble over with jrood spirits ami in a
moat amiable manner chatted upon vari
ous subject. As he conversed in his par
lor his handsome daughter at besidtthiiu
and her benign influence ws quite, appa
rent. 1 ' - s-'
What will I talk about?" he asked in
reply to a query.
"Yourself; that in a subject whi-lh &atar
wrts the people."
"You are mistaken. I'm only a citizen
now, a plain citizen out, of a job."
Can Still Talk Politics.
"Though not in office you are still in
"No. When one has lieen pushed out of
politics it is made all the worse if he
doesn't realise what haff liappened.'y To
day I have da plant or feverl tliaufhts of
getting back iiitu poTitics. Bui you can't
tell what may happen." Hut be evinced
some decidedly firm views on the next
president iiif" campaign.
"Who will lie nominated?" was asked.
"Harrison and Cleveland. I am in favor
of Harrison and feel as certain as I do of
anything that lie will be uominnteu.
Cleveland is essentially the favorite of the
rank and tile of the Democracy. Ilis win
ination is inevitable. ' ,' J j
Says Klaine 1 Not in It.
"Whose chances are next brightest to
"President llarrison stands far irt tW
lead. There is not an available candidate"
"What of Maine?"
"He is not even talked of by those who
are actually familiar with the inside of
politics. Ilis name is heralded by zealous
friends, and that's the em1 "
"Do you not favor him:'''
"His physical condition unfortunately
makes his nomination quite impossible;
bat this Is nimhjpct th.it 1 do not rare to
The Ine of Next Campaign.
"You think that the rntnintr campaign
will be not unlike the last one.?''
"You will find that to be so."
"Will the result be the sHine?"
"As I am out of politics I don't care to
predict results. If the business situation
improves during the coming year, the Me
Kinley bill prospers, and there is a gen
eral feeling of successful growth in the
country, then the result will be the same
as In - If these conditions are favora
ble in WW, the Republicans will certainly
Doesn't Disparage the Democracy.
"Have you anything to say for the. Dem
, ocrats?" . .
"I never talk disparagingly of the Dem
ocracy. It is a (treat party and has pro
duced some of our greatest men. but they
are in a bad fix now ." Continuing he said
their bin; majority was a stumbling block
because it was too big. It was more than
probable that it would defeat them in 1W2.
"The majority," be said, "is so large that
the burden of meeting numberless dclicale
questions rests npon its broad shoulders.
The Democrats must meet the pension
matters, the demands of the Farmers' i
liance, the silver question and others
equally important. - - .
- That Delicate Pension Question.
"The first question alone will prove an
insurmountable obstacle. They have been
crying a great deal about the billion con
congress, and have made several attacks
upon legislation which arranged for pen
sion matters. Xow, if the Democrats paos
a pension hill as large as the Republican
bills then their thunder will lie taken away
from them. If they attempt to cut down
the pensions they will make an irrevocable
blunder. You can't oppose a fair (H-nsion
bill without antagonizing the spirit of the
land." - '
Making Money at Lecturing.
Citizen Ingalls ought to lie satisfied
with the financial part of his present life.
"While he says nothing about such mat
ters, it is understood that his lectures
alone are bringing him an income much
larger than the yearly salary of a United
States senator. Then again he receives a
comfortable income from his pen. Nearly
every week he supplies some magazine or
paper with an article on the social or po
litical subjects with which he has been
familiar for years. He. has decided not to
taka the editorship of Truth, of New York,
but has agree1 to send the publication a
number of articles during the year
An amendment was offered to include In
the invitation the name of Governor Hill,
of New York.' -. A storm of "noes" was the
response, during which the club president,
witiTmock solemnity, ruled the amend
ment out of order? When the question
was called on the original motion, a soli
tary "No" indicated the sentiment of west
ern Pennsylvania Democrats.
Politics on the Fourth.
Topeka, Kan., July 3. The people of
Kansas will witness demonstratiosn in
every connty of the state on the Fourth of
July never before heard of in any state of
the Union. On that occasion the Farm
ers' Alliance and kindred organizations
will hold cfurfty mas-meetings for the
purpose of ratifying, the action of the Cin
cinnati contention In giving birth to the"
poAtidn.1 party! Processions are to
lorjn inlhd princip towns afcd march to
niic gwv with the usual briss band afc
companimaot, and the day will be made a
general birthday for the new party.
WILL EXTEND THE BONDS.
Fonr-aml-a-Halfs to Remain
standing at S Ter Cent.
Washington, July 3. The following
circular extending the 4 per cent, bonds
).! 2 per cent, interest was Issued from the
treasury department yesterday afternoon ;
Iu jmrsuaiice'of the reservation'contained
in the circulat or June 2 1S91,' whereby
the bonds of the 4''' per cent, loan were
called for redemption on and aft
er the 2d day of. September, 1K1,
public Dotted Ut hereby- given that
any of the bonds of the saidloan may
le presented at this office on or before
2d day of September next for con
tinuance during the pleasure of the gov
ernment, with interest nt the rate of 2 per
centum, in lieu of their payment at the
date above specified."
Conditions of the Kztension.
The'secYetary will exchange registered
bonds, of proper form for the originals
when the" latter are presented with request
for extension, which shall le during the
pleasure of the government. The interest
on t he bonds will be paid to Sept. 2 at t?:e
old rate. Registered bonds must be as
signed to the secretary "for continuance,"
the assignment being duly dated and wit
nessed. The department will not pay ex
penses of transportation, but the ; return
:.bonis nill be tent by reiistered uiail pi"
uples otherwise requested. J V
TACKLED THE WRCN3 MAN.
SECRETARY BLAINE NOT SO WELL.
lie I Despondent and Many Believe His
Active Day Are Over.
EAR IT Ar.no is, Me., July 3. -Secretary
Blaine was not as well yesterday as he was
Wednesday, although he took his custom
ary ride aud a short walk. He is by no
means a well man, and his bad-spells last, WUiH been , detailed
for a dav or two. biA there' is nb reasarr-
whv he should no,bkjytM Vnddrong bjH $onal Kualfear iSpflngfialiU;
autumn. Dr. TaVlor. his nhvsician. savsH"1?.18 W f'om' Aug.ll
he has no organic disorder and is rapidly
recovering bis nsuai health. He eats well,
sleeps well and -&ks no medicine Except
ing simple remedies to regulate digestion.
He has no trace of the paralytic affection
from which he suffered three years ago.
What the Outsider Think.
Mr. Blaine is despondent and the prin
cipal buoefit. which Lia -physician can ren
der him is to encourage him and tell him
what to do. His sickness , in New York
was the result of overwork', combined
with aa attack of influenza. Many people
here believe, despite the statements of his
physician and the denials of his family,
that Mr. Blaine ls"lroke" down and that
he will never' again engage in active life.
It is evident, however, to every one that
he has already improved since his arrival
hem. ". - " " ' -
The Randall Club for Cleveland.
PrTTSBUKo July 3. At ajneetina of the
Randall jjtnb .float jughi, & motion, was
made by a member to invite ex-President
Cleveland to be present at next meeting
A Couple of DWrkiuxileJs Find What "I4
" In It" for Them.
Fort Worth. Tex., July .1 Wednesday
afternoon two men went to the Merchants'
National bank ami, calling Cashier A. B.
Smith into a private offi?e. one of them
pulled a uote-bcok from his 'pocket and
tore two leaves out of it and handed them
to Mr. Smith. The leaves contained what
purported to be a detective's diary of the
actions of Mr. Smith, wl.oni the mea
claimed he had "shadowed" the day previ
ous and traced to divers places, anions
them many bad resorts. The spokesman
"Thee contain something which is very
rtamacing to you. and it there is anything
iu it for ir.e I will try to have it sup
pressed." Right Men in the Right Place.
Realizing that he was lieing robbed, Mr. !
Smith crew a revolver, with the" remark:
"You sit just where you are. You're
just the fellow I want, and I have yon just
where I want you." - .
With this remark, Mr. Smith held the
parties covered, and called to an employe
to telephone for an officer, and the would
be bj kmailers were goon landed in the
sration house. The men are strangers iu
The Raite Ball Record.
Chicago, July 3. Following are the
base ball scores made by League clubs
yesterday: At Brooklyn Brooklyn, 2;
Boston, 3, At Cincinnati Cincinnati, 0:
Pittsburg, 1. At Chicago Chicago, 20;
Cleveland. 5. Philadelphia-New York
game postponed wet grounds.
Association: At Boston Boston, 12;
Washington. 4. At Columbus Colum
bus. 4: Cincinnati, 1. At St. Louis -St.
Louis. 15; Louisville, 7. .
Western: At Kansas City Duluth, 4;
Kansas City, 3. At Lincoln Milwaukee,
3; Lincoln, fc. At Omaha Sioux City, 4;
Omaha, 7. At Denver Minneapolis, 7;
Those Michigan Solon Afljonrn.
Lansing, Mich., July 3. The Michigan
legislature of 1SH(MH adjourned yesterday
after a six months' session. The Rhines
voting machine bill was defeated in the
house by a vote of 47 to 21. and the Wayne
county circuit court commission bill was
passed, the senate concurring. The con
ference committee on the special eastern
asylum appropriation recommended $25,
WK), and both house adopted the report.
The general appropriation bill passed both
houses at $l,270,OUo,OiK). The bill incorpor
ating equal suffrage associations also
passed both houses. Most of the solons
have gone home.
German Anarchist 'Warned.
Lonpon, Jnly 3 The police have
warned the German and French socialists
and anachists against any overt act dur
ing the kaiser's visit.. There is -much in
dignation over the -remarks ef "Rev. Mr.
Parker in last Sunday's sermon opposing
the kniser's visit on Sunday to the naval
exhibition, during which he -said: "Surely
even the emperor cannot want to spend all
the six days of the week in playing bac
carat." - - .
Mysterious Disappearance Pos
i sibly Explained j
CLEVEE PLAN OF EIDI17G KUEDEE.
Indication That Nerlie Snover, AVho Dis
appeared at Richfield, Mich., Months
Ago, ' Wai Killed and the Crime
Covered by Exh lining an Old Woman's
Corpse and Burying the Girl' Body In
the Empty Grai e A Ciory Sack and a
Woman' Skeleton Found.
, Fu"T,,MicbT, July.3. It is amost re
markable sSory that! now excites the po
lice of this ciy atA the people of Richfield
nd ptisyilltj, thjs c6untjy,-and brings up
tee diappearance- of Nellie Snover, last
seen alive last December. If the policw
e.tn substantiate fieir theory it will she w
a most unique method in the hiding of
crime. To thoro ughly comprehend the
details, it is nec ssary to return to the
burial of a woman in Otisville Dec." 5
last. While the burial and date have noth
ing to do with tie disappearance, they
play.an important partin the denoue
tuent . ; ' )
Nellie Snover' Disappearance.
Dec. 8 Nellie Snover, who worked for a
firmer, was left i:i the kitchen alone, eo
the farmer and l is wife say, and whn
they- returnet'.she was gone. They did not
give an alarm uutil the next day. For
weeks since farmers have in vain searched
for a clew. The night she disappeared an
Otisville boy saw thee men take a sack
iutn the cemetery just after dark and hn
hour later saw them reappear without the
sack. This was iven as a clew at the
time, but nothing was thqught of f. .
An lHndr tlrei blscovery.,
Wednesday J.'ai erfcakeiW. j,: Klngsley
began digging for a monument over a
grave made Dec. 5. Two feet from the sur
face he came upon the skeleton of a wom
an. Its long gra hair proclaimed it en
elderly woman, and the condition of ti e
bones showed tha', they must have been
buried years. Hjw did it comewiihin
two feet of the surface of a new grav?
Officeis were calhd aud began a search f
the rani, now overgrown with grass. They
uVmad an old saci that had been soaked
Put This and That Together.
Then the boy's nory and Nellie's disap
pearance came to -nind. They saw through
the whole case. Nellie Snover's murder
ers everybody bdieved her murdered
had takeu the body to the cemetery, four.d
an occupied cofiii either in an old tomb
where some cofl ns have remained for
years, or dug it 01 t of a grave, and dump
ing out the occupant placed Nellie's body
therein, and tor move all traces buried
the old cadaver in the new-made grave,
where the marks of digging would not be
noticed. ' -
Additional Clew Claimed.
This is the hypothesis on which they are
working, and this is believed by nine
teuths of the people. The boy's story, the
finding of an old body in a new gra s,
and the bag all ire features apparent'y
cnexplaiiialile u:ider other conditio!',
hicbtield ofrWrs t laim'to Lave additional'
clews to the mystery, i , '? ,
THAT CALIFORNIA INUNDATION.
- . To Attend a State Kncampment. "TJ
Washington. July 3. Captain Will
am O. Owen, assistant surgeon.
ior me purpose or giving instruction in
the duties of the hospital corps.
di IllsJ 1
' On the Washing-ton Park Course.
CniCAGO, July 3. The winning homes at
Washington park yesterday were: Penny
royal. 1 mile, 1:46: Salon ica, mile, 1:15?';
Marion C, 1 mile, 1:41,Y; Ormonde, 1
miles, l:5f; Woodbena, mile beats, second
End third in l-4o and li Sonar won
irst heat in 1:44.
Lf Tohaeco In Her Bustle.
NtON, July 3. Five second cabin pas
sengers on the steamer City of Paris have
beep fined at .Liverpool for having con
traband tobacco in their possession. A
Woman had a quantity of . tobacco con
cealed in her bustle.
"A Brakeman Cut toTieees.
Pttxam, Conn., Jnly 3. Two sections
of a freight train on the Boston and Hart
ford railroad passed over Brakeman Tim
othy Costello at East Thompson yester
day, cutting him to pieces.
The Colorado Desert I'henomenon Not a
Sax Francisio, July 3 The Southern
Pacific company sent out yesterday from
Yuma an engine uud party to investigate
the appearance of the large body of water
in Dry Lske to ;he southwest of Salton.
The latest information from Yuma
is that the waters have not
only flowed Into what is ; called
the "sink," but liave broken out nearer
to Yuma. Every year ihere isaflow.of
water in the "sink," which gradually evap
orates and subsid as the year progresses
and the waters of the Colorado river fall.
10 ice norm 01 trie "sink, ana to tlie
Bonthwest of Suit n, there is a place knowu
as "Old Dry Lake." between it and the
sink there is, hcvever, - a -high ridge of
A Practical Theory Suggested.
"Old Dry lake" is now covered with wa
ter for an area of forty miles in leugth and
twelve miles in width. The theory of the
engineers is that -he water from the"sinii
has percolates the ground uuder the clay
ridges and so las. filled , up. 'Old Diy
Lake. The officers, do "not fear that
the water will rench the tracks, lie
cause the evaporation is great, every spe
cially unuer the intense heat now existing
in the desert. Tl e water is pouring into
"Old Dry Lake" jit the rate of about four
and a half miles an hour, and it is to de
termine the source of this stream that tee
party was sent from Yuma, by the South
ern Pacific yesterday.
SOLD CASS OF ABDUCTION.
A oung Lady 1 aken from Her Lover in
a Jersey City Park. ., -. ,
JeksetCitt, K. i., July 3. Miss Jo
sephine Kilkenny, fc-Jiile walking with'her
lover, James Dundas, Wednesday night
in the park at Jersey City Heights, was
abducted by three men, who carried her
Into some lots nenr by, and only released
Der on the payment of t5 and surrendering
iier gold watch, worth $30. Dundas ran to
'the utHtreKt police station and reported the
affair. - Hetated that .while in the locality
mentioned, he wits accosted by a man wiio
claimed to lie a watchman in the Jersey
City cemetery. He demanded to know
what the. couple were up to, and told Dun
das to consider himself under arrest, bun-
das asked the wat chman to show his badge,
but the latter uad none, and Dundas
promptly knocked him down. The man,
who subsequently proved to be Morris
uoran, caiieu 101 assistance. Two men
came to his aid, and Dundas fled. The
eirl was subsequently found at her home,
uninjured. Dor an was arrested. The
Failure in Shoes.
Si Louis, Jtly 3. Joseph Baum &
To., wholesale shoe merchants, at the
Jorner of Sixth End St. Charles streets,
iiave comessea j uigment in the circuit
court for S7.31i. The creditors are mainly
tt. . Ixiu is; Bostou, New ''i ork and Cin
cinnati nrms j . : . V :.
s. j Took Him for a Convict. ,
New Or.tBANs, July 3 A Port' Gibson
special Eays Osca? McCoe was shot and
killed Wednesday .night by. Bobert Thet-'
i or a, who mistoo.c him for an escaped cbn-;
vict. ol wnor. lie tvas in search, i h. . ..
., The Post en Murder . Ca ' 7
Memphis, July 3. TheTbsien. murder
trial was closed .yesterday, and -given to
the jury.',., Cotvt --Rdjourfaad tto TMonday,'
uui, win ve conve aeo u a verdict is reacned.
Mata mW A
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For Eorses, Cattle, Sheep, lop, Eogs, .
AND POULTET. - - -500
Page Book on Treatment f Animals
and Chart bent Free,
cntzs ( Fever,Cona:eat lens. In II animation
A.A.I Hplnal Meningitis, Milk Fever.
H. B.S-t rains, Lameness, RhenmatianH
CC.Distemper, kasal Illx-harse.
D.D. Bote or (irabs. Worms. '
K.E. i onglia. Heave. Pnenmohia. '
F.F. Colic er Gripes, Bellyache.
1I.I1.1 rinary and Kidney Diseases
Ernptive Diseases, Mange.
J.K..Dieaae of Digestion, Paralysis.
Single Bottle (over SO doaesV - - .60
Stable Case, with Sperlilm, MannAl.
Veterluary Cure Oil and lledlcator, fT.OO
Jar Veterinary Cn re Oil, 1.00
Sold by Drnrrists; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
and in any quantity on Receipt of Price.
HTTMFHHEYS' KJEDICIN2 CO
Corner William and Jobn St., New Tork.
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
nd Prostration, from oer-work or other ceneos.
1 per vial, or S and lante Tin! powrt r,.tor 5.
8oiJ BY Dkcooists, r ent portpald wa receiut
of price. HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Cor. WUiiam and John Eta, W. T.
$ 1 00 And Upwards .
can be invested it -A
POSITIVE AND SAFE
I 5 per Cent
Dividend Paying Stock.
Fnll particular and
Pnwpectn can be had? -on
application t addrespine
S- L- SIMPS OS, Banker,
64 Broadway, N- Y.
BUY A BUFFALO
Wvoniinir lot. It's the oominff citv of Wvom-
lnff. Has waterworks, electric lights, flouring
miils. Located In the rarden of Wyominsr-
Produced the prize potato crop of the United
State in 1800. rtr maps and further infor.
mation apply to
a Any thusi, nunalo, wyo.
Bie H w acknowledged
tiie leaoine remedy for
Cionorrbaea A Jeet.
Tbe on.y aie remedy I.ji
I cresi ritt- iland feel
safe- jti rtc. 'U. mending n
A. J. STIC-; IT!. M. D,
i n a .-t h III.
1014 hy IrQsvistlk
NEW MUSIC HOUSE
No. 1804 Second Avenue.;
Housel, Woodyatt & Co.;
This firm have the exclusive sale for tM3 county of the
.... following celebrated . . ;
WEBER, .1 DECKER BROS., WHEEL0CK,
ESTEY, AND CAMP & C0.'3 PIANOS,
' And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
: ' RAND & TOTEY ORGANS.
FA. tu line aljoo(mall Moeical Bi'rcbndise. ' ' v;
O'CONNER & SAGE, Proprietors,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
Thie new Bam pie Room is now open for business. Their grand openini will occur in abont
two week, fur which they are making grand preparatioLS.
lat of ScMl Syndicate Lots
To be Sold at Auction on the
140 44 46
130 94 S
M. SCnSELI3 ADDITION. ;
Onc-Foiirtli Down, Balance on Time to Suit Purchasers
- ARRIVING NOW.
: We are opening tag moat eompleta Mpeof Hardware tpeelaltlai rar taii ! Baca
' Island beside our rrrnlar rock of staple and tmflder Bardwa . T7'.
. . ... . and Mechanics' tools. ."."...': '
Pocket, Table Kitchen Cutleiy,
Nails, Steel Goods1, Tut-vtaee, Stoves, Eto. ',
aTBCIALTTS 3 Climax Cook and Saosea. 'Florida'' and WUkar Ho WaUr EaWI -
nodda Steam Bollar, Putenr Oarm Proof FUtera, Sooneaiy Fanaaaa, Tte '
aaa Bkeet Iroa work, nnmhlng, Cbpperamlthlng aed !?teaai rrttJa . - ...
- ' BAKER & HOUSMAN,
1623 Second avenue, Rock Island."
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