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! !T A HG'R, THUKSDATv NOVEMBEli 5, 1891.
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Tlie - O fficial Report of Gen.
Ohio Food Commissioner,
ROYAL the purest Baking Powder
Eyery other Baking Powder
tested ( contained impurities
.' - .. J! -. . ' " - -
1; from i o.i 8 per cent, to 86.23
: per cent, of their entire weight.
HELD UP THE TRAIN
Kansas City Express Robbed
by Six Men.
ONLY EIGHT MILES OUT OF OMAHA.
The Enterprise Net. the Thieve. 3,ROO
A Daring Job Done by Ex perta Pas
sengers Kept Quiet by the DNplay of
Gun." M'hi the Work Was Proceed
ing The Strong Box Broken Open with
Sect ion Me.as Tool..
Omaha, Nov. 5. The Kansas City ex
press train, on the Missouri Pacific road
was heM up by six masked men about 10
o'clock last night, one mile west of West
Side, eight miles from this city. At that
poiut the traia had to stop before crossing
the K. and M. V. tracks. .Two of the
men boarded the engine and with cocked
revolvers commanded Engineer Hall to
get off the eugine. The others boarded
the express car.
Didn't Rave to Have Keys.
Upon being refused the keys to the box
they proceeded to break it open with tools
which they bad secu-ed from a section
house. Whi e two of the men worked on
the strong box the others compelled the
passengers to keep their setts. The
thieves -ecaed about f3,50 from the saie
and then backing off ordered the train to
pall out They then disappeared in the
darkness The sheriff and police are oat
NINE MEN WERE KILLED.
Detail, or the Disaster at the Anaconda
Mine Near Butte.
Butte, Mont., Nov. &. The most terri
ble accident in the history of Montana, co
curred in the Anaconda mine a few min
utes after midnight yesterday morning in
which nine men were killed and one in
jured. Tie killed are: James O' Donne 11,
Charles M. Evans, John Ritchie, James G.
Sullivan, Patrick Mulligan, Michael Mc
Avoy, James Koach, W. M. Martin, Den
nis Sbanghnessy. Jerry Harrington is
injured but not fatally.
Too Many Men on the Cage.
At the 900-foot level a large number of
men were waiting to be raised to the sur
face for their lunch. The cage has an up
per and lower deck, and the rules are that
only nine men shall be allowed on each
deck. In this case, however, the men
crowded into the cage and it is believed
that not less than twenty started on the
terrible ride to death. When between the
800 and 400-foot levels James ODonnell,
who was on the upper deck, lost his self
possession and fell over the side of the
cage. He fell between the cage and th.
wall of the shaft down to the lower dedt
of the cage, where be struck th. meu
crowded there in such a way a. to knock
Almost all of them off.
Th. Bodies Horribly Mangled.
Altogether eight men were knocked
from the cage down to the sump, which
is 1,200 feet below the surface. Two oth
ers were brought to the an r race badly in
jured, and one of them died in a short
time. The bodies brought to the surface
were so badly mangled as to be scarcely
recognizable except by their clothing. In
some cases the bodies were so crushed that
only a basketfull of remains could be
Ex-President Cleveland's View.
New York, Nov. 5. Ex-President
Cleveland sars of the election: "Any mn
who still thinks that tariff reform is a
settled and obsolete issue or that the im
portance of sound and sare money is a
question upon which the people can be
blinded is either willfully wrong or dan
gerously dull. While the election of
Flower, Russell and Boies ought to cause
the utmost rejoicing among Democrats
they should not forget that with these
thing comes the obligation to be true to
the people, holiest in tbe advocacy of our
principles, and decent in all things."
The Aattets Are Very r-hort.
Chicago, Nov. 5. Dirk Wilson, who
has been doing business with Eugene
Weiss under the firm of Wilsou & Weirs,
has asked the superior court to dissolve
the partnership. Weiss says their easi
ness, which is the manufacturing of sai :
doors and blinds, has been misconducted
through negligence of the plaintiff.
The firm's assets are represented by Wil
son's bill to be $3,400 against MQ,0J0 lia
Affair, of the Maverick.
BOSTON, Nov. 5. Examiner Ewer, of
tbe Maverick National bank, says that be
bopes to get out wit hin three or four days
some sort of a statement that will enable
the other -banks to gauge the advances
that shall be made to the depositors. They
can say nothing at present as lo what this
will show, but intimate that it will be a
good deal worse than has been antici
pated. Captain Tate. Dead.
Washington, Nov. 5. The navy depart
ment has reieived a dispatch announcing
the death of Captain Arthur K Yates,
commandant of the Portsmouth, K. II.,
navy yard, . from heart disease at that
yard. Captain Yates was appointed from
New York and has seen thirty-eight yeai-s'
service.sixteen of which were speut at sea.
muraer ana snieine.
New Yoke, Nov. 5. John Kremer shot
nd probably fatally injured his wife yes
terday morning and then hanged himself
on the root of the tenement, 1W9I Second
.j, ' COMMENTS OF THE CABINET.
Foater, Itnak and Miller Express Thena-
selves The President'. Views.
I Washington, Nov. 5. Secreiary Foster
I returned to Washington from Ohio suort
' ly afier noon yesterday and was at his
! desk in the treasury department within a
couple of hours thereafter. " He is very'
happy over M cKinley's victory. He said
that the resn t in Ohio was a complete
vindication of the protection principle.
"The McKirley bill.'' he said, "has
worked oat it's own salvation. We were
brave enough to fight iairly and i-quarely
on the tariff, and the result proved that
the people are satisfied with the bilL The
Democrats n ade an effort to have the
fight made on state issues, but we were
bound that tbe real iMie should be faced.
Protection and honest money were vindi
cated." The ( lection of a Republican leg
islature he supposed meant that Sherman
would succeed himself.
"Uncle J rry" Feel. Revengeful.
Secretary Rusk declares that tbe elec
tions went as he expected, and he was not
at all surprised. Tug only comment he
had to make as that he would be in fa
vor of restoring the tariff on bides. As
the Massachusetts shoe manufacturers,
for whose benefit hides were put on the
list, bad voted with tbe Democrats, he
believed it a good idea to make them pay
more for their hides.
Attorney Gi neral Miller said that he
thought the Republicans had reason to
be gratified at the victory in Ohio, where
national issues were fought over. -In
Michigan and South Dakota, he said, con
gressmen were elected on these issnes,and
if in New York a fight had been made on
national issues the result would have be n
a victory for tic Republicans.
Looked for Defeat In New York.
The Star says: "The president objects
to being quoted directly, but in a general
way states in conversation that tbe only
place where national issues entered Into
the campaign was in Ohio, and that theie
fore, the electkn of Mr. McKinley is par
ticularly significant and gratifying. He
expressed disappointment at the result in
New York, bat intimated that be had ex
pected it from tle moment that the cam
paign degenerated into a fight with Tam
many as an issue. He thinks that if na
tional issues hd been kept to the front
the result would have been different.
A Telegram from Hahu.
The president yesterday received a tele
gram from Chaii man Hahn, of Ohio,, giv
ing tbe result of the election, and replied
Thanks for the g od news, and congratula
tions for yourself and the party upon a virtory
won by a courageo is advocacy of right princi
ples. Benjamin Harklsok.
THE EDITORS HAVE THEIR SAY.
Mew Tork Papers on the Besalt of th.
Stat. Eli at on.
New York, Nov. 4 Tbe World says
editorially regarding the election that a
momentous victory for Democracy and
good government is won in this state.
"Tom Piatt is beuten in bis effort to seize
npon the state and rule it' as his province."
The World assumes that the election
means that New York is soundly Demo
cratic in national affairs and that it
presages the suot ess of the party's presi
dential candidate in next year's election.
Why Faaeet Was Defeated.
The Press says i 'asset t was defeated be
cause the Republicans above Harlem
bridge failed to do their duty. It adds,
in view of the ood showing made by
Fassett in New York city, that there is at
least a moral vi rtory in defeat in tbe
knowledge that the citizens of this me
tropolis are beco ning educated to the
evils of Tammany rule. .
. Look Uopeftil to Tbe Tribune. .
The Tribune sayt. that the elections of
Tuesday show that the Republican party
is handsomely regaining its strength, but
has not yet gained quite enough to make
sure its success in the presidential con
test of next year. It has another year in
which to push its a I vantage.
"A Politick! Revolution'.
The Sun pays th.it tbe Democratic tick
et developed above the Harlem a strength
that upset all previous calculations, and
amounted to nothing less than a polit
ical revoiutiou. It attributes this aston
ishing result not less to tbe personal pop
ularity of Mr. Flcwer and the general
confidence in bis sU rling character than
to the melancholy exhibition of moral and
intellectual inadeq lacy which constitu
ted Mr. Faasett'a campaign.
Think tbe Tariff Did It.
The Times says the result' of tbe elec
tion in this state Is un unmistakable ver
dict against, the Republican party under
the leadership of Thomas C. Piatt. It
adds that tbe result is something more
than a verdict agaitst Plattism. It is a
defeat of tbe Republican party on tbe
tariff issue, and will have a controlling
force in the contest t ext year.
Opinions on th Ohio Election.
In regard to tbe "lection in Ohio The
Press says tbe nat onal administration
has been triumphantly upheld. Ohio's
verdict unmistakably indicates a Repub
lican national victory on the issues of
protection to Ame-ican industry and
sound curreucy next year. Tbe Times
says the majority for McKinley is hardly
large enough to be regarded as a vindica
tion of the" peculiar fiscal policy with
which McKiti ley's name is so intimately
Killed Wile, 8011 aud Himself.
San Francisco, Nov. 5 -Sigfried
Gosr.li, a German in south San Francisco,
hacked bis wife and infant son to death
yesterday with a hatchet and then banged
himself. No cause is mown for the tras-
'ecly. Ci .
Make the Irish Campaign Very
ELACTH0N AND BATON ACTIVE.
A Serlons Riot at Waterford Antl-Par-nellite
Convention Only haveil from
Dispersion by the Police Worn on
Among the Most Furious of the Fight
er. O'Hrien and Tanner Given a Hot
Reception at Cork The Hospital Fnll
of Wounded The Healy's Horsewhip
Dl'BLIN. Nov. 5. The contest between
the Parnellites and liealyites is growing
warmer all over Ireland. Waterford was
yesterday the scene of a serious riot, in
which the Parnellites were the aggressors,
and would have dispersed their opponents
but for the police. The occasion of the
disturbance was the convention of tbe
anti-Parnellite national federation. Wa
terford city is a Parnellite stronghold,
and an excited crowd gathered outside the
door of the convention and hooted and
jeered the delegates as they went in.
Many attempts at violence were made and
at last a desperate riot took place. Tbe
Parnellites made a desperate attempt to
disperse the convention. The police re
peatedly charged them and used their
batons vigorously. The mob was a de
termined one and fought stubbornly. It
was only with tbe greatest effort that the
officers were able to successfully cope with
Hard Work Fighting Women.
The police fought at a great disadvan
tage, owing to the number of women in
tbe crowd, with whom the officers did not
care to deal too vigorously, bat who
fought even more furiously than the men.
One woman, a virago about six feet tall
and 50 years of age, laid about her in such
a vigorous way as to put two constables
hors du com oat. It took three others to
bear her, kicking and screaming, a
prisoner, from tbe melee, her screams be
ing every now and then mixed with yells
of "Murderer," Traitors,'' and other epi
thets intended for the McCarthyites. But
for the police it is almost certain that the
convention would have been over whel med
by a racing mob. bent upon its annihila
tion. The convention was attended by
many priests, and several of these offered
to assist the police in beating off the Par
nellite assailants. The police, however,
declined any aid.
O'Brien and Tanner Stoned.
Cork, Nov. 5. The Parnellites stoned
tbe anti-Parnellites from the roof of the
Cork market yesterday. William O'Brien
received a blow on the head, and Dr. Tan
ner was struck to the ground. Tbe man
who was dr.ving the car fn which the
two sat had his skull fractured. Several
Parnellites made an attack on the M. Pa.
and their friends with sticks, and were
stoutly resisted. Tbe hospital is kept
busy attending to the injured.
TIM HEALY CAN'T SIT DOWN.
McDermott Seems to Have Don. His
Work Very WelL
DUBLIN, Nov. 5 Tim Healy is greatly
disturbed by the publicity which the
story of his horsewhipping bas received.
He now declares that he throttled Mc
Dermott anu prevented him from strik
ing. There are plenty of witnesses to the
contrary. These witnesses heard at leat
fifty strokes of the orsewhip as McDer
mott rained the blows on Healy, while
Healy danced and jumped about yelling
with pain, and calling for some one to
Wept With Vexation and Pain.
Healy must be black and blue all over
from McDermont's blows, and it is be
lieved that the real reason be refused to
complain against McDermott for the as
sault was bis fear that tbe whole story
would come out in the courts. Af tor the
horsewhipping Healy wept with vexation
and pain, and has since been nnable to sit
down, at least in public.
Fenian. Furiou. at Healy.
Tbe Fenians are again furiously excited
over tbe news from Waterford and the
fact that Healy, in making a speech at an
anti-Parnellite meeting after he was
thrashed by McDermott, again alluded to
Mrs. Parnell an an "English prostitute."
It is said that Healy has armed himself
and will attempt to kill McDermott if tbe
latter repeats the assault.
snow fetops tne xhreaiiiug!
Grand Fohks, N. D., Nov. 6 Snow,
which beau falling Monday at noon, is
drifting. Mauy of the threshing crews
brought here from Minnesota aud Wis
consin are returning home and all east
liouud trains are. crowded with farm la
borers. Much of the grain .will not be
threshed until next spring.
Suicide of a Young Lady.
Dl'lXTH, Nov. A. Miss Frances Slocum,
aged 0 years, daughter of a prominent
West End restaurant keeper, committed
' -..J.:... 1 .1 t. i
jcoLvtuujr uv euuuLiug ueracti.
through the haart. No cause can be as
Race, at Garfield Park.
Chicago, Nov. 5 The races at Garfield
park yesterday were won as follows: J.
J., mile, Major Nolan, J
mile, 1:16; Costa Rica, mile, 1:15; Rio
Grande, i mile, 1:44; Cast Out. mile,
1:15; Winslow, lf miles, four hurdles,
2;0i . .
There's .a " good deal of
guarantee business in the store
keeping of to-day. It's too
excessive. Or too reluctant
Half the time it means noth
ing. Words only words.
This offer to refund the
money, or to pay a reward, is
made under the hope that you
won't want your money back,
and that you won't claim the
reward. Of course.
So, whoever is honest in
making it, and works not on
his own reputation alone, but
through the local dealer whom
you know, must have some
thing he has faith in back of
the guarantee. The business
wouldn't stand a year with
What is lacking is confi
dence. Back of that, what is
lacking is that clear honesty
which is above the "average
Dr. Pierce's medicines are
guaranteed to accomplish what
they are intended to do, and
their makers give the money
back if the result isn't ap
parent. Doesn't it strike you that
a medicine which the makers
have so much confidence in,
Is the medicine for you ?
: Shirt Factory :
We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
GUARANTEED. Prices as Low as th. Lowest.
All kinds of Bepainng done,
. Also agent for Kockford Clothing Company.
Fine custom-made pants from S3 to $10.
109 Second Avenue, Bock Island.
Over Looslej's Crockery store.
Is not s cosmetic In the sense In whlcb thst term
Is popularly need, bat permanently beautifies. It
creates a soft, smooth clear, velvety skin, and by
daily use gradually makes the complexion several
hades whiter. It Is akoDstant protection from
tbe effects of sun and wind and prevents sun
barn and freckles, and bUckheada will Deter
cpme wh le ou use It. It cleanses the face far
better than soap and vtur, i.omiehcs the rain
tissues and thut prevents tbe formation of wrink
les. It gives the freshness, flumm and smooth
ness of skin that j on had when you was a little
girl. Svery lady, young or old, ought to use it,
as it gives a more oi thiul appearance to any
lady, and that permanently. It contains no acid,
powder o alkali, and Is as harmless as dew and
aDour1hine to tbe f km as dew is to the flower.
Price $1 00, at alldiUL'tttMs and hair drawers,
or at Mr. Gervaise Graham's s:uhiiintrjent, 103
Poat street, San Francitco. wheie she treats la
dice for all blemishes cf the face or figure. La
dies at s distance treated by letter, eecd stamp
for ber little book -How to be Beautiful."
SAMPLE BOTTLE mailed frve to any lad on
receipt of lOcenrsin stamps to ray for (.oetage
and p king. Lady agent wanted.
Cures the woret ttttn of Freckles, Snnburn,
r-aUownets, Motb-potcbes, Pimples, end all skin
blem.rhee. Price SI. CO. 13 arm leu and ef
fective. No (ample can be sent. Lady agents
THE DRUGGIST m tb's town who first orders
a bill of my preparation will have h a name ad
ded to this advertisement.
My preparations- are for sale, by -wholesale
drulet in Chicago and every city west of It.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
OEM Comer Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
succeeds the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 1889
i FEB KIT. 11TEHEST PAID 01 DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Lswt,
Open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., aud Wednesday and
3aturiay nights from 7 to 8.
Kihtkr Skimnir, . - . President
H. A. Msswortb, - - Vice-President
C.. HsaKNWAT. - - Cashier
Porter Skinner,. S. W. Wheelock,
'. A Rose, H. A. Atatwortb-
G. H. Edwards, . W. H. Adams,
Andrew Friberg, c. F. Hemenway
BUY A BUFFALO
Wyoming lot. It's the coming city of Wyora
ing. Uas waterworks, electric tights, flouring
mills. Located in tbe garden of Wyoming
Produced the prise potato crop of the United
States in Ittuo. rer maps and further lnfor.
nation apply to
-ANU THOM. Buffalo, Wyo.
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
TMb firm have the exclusive sale for this county of the
Pietrjos ard Organs,
WEBER, 8TUYVESANT, DECKER BROS., WHEELOCK
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY. WESTERN COTTAorc
- MUU f JXl-
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
A fnll line also of small Musical merchandise. We have in our employ a flm-claf, r
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co,,
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WA615
A'rall aud complete line of Platform and other Spiirg Wagnnr, especially adapted toUt
Western trade. f superior wntkaraDrhtt. and fiult-b. lllnstrtud lrie Lin inton
application. Bee the MOLINE WAGON before purchasing.
EH CORPORA TSD USD KB TH BTATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Opes daily from (a. m. to 4 p. m-, and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clerk.
Five per cent Interest paid on Derxsits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
- UteraJ, or Real Estata Seourity
. P. KBTSOLTM. Pres. F C. DKXKXAXN, Tice-Pres. i. X. BCPORD, Oukiti.
F. Mitchell, Tt P. Reynolds, P.C Denkmann. John Crubsugh. H. P. Bails
. Phil.MitchtlU L. Simon, X. W. Bnret, J. H. Buford.
I jAosson AHumsT, Solicitors.
tVltgii business July 8. 18V0, aid occupy the southeast corner of Mitchell A Lyiide'i uw
221 and 223
' EIGHTEENTH ST.
Al. Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of. Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
VIGOR OF HEN
Eaaily, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
WrakaeM, scnrnMCM, IfteMllty. and all
the train of evils from early errors or later excesses,
the results of overwork, aickneas, worry, elo. full
strength, development, and tone fven to every
organ and portion of the body. Simple, natural
methods. Immediate improvement aeen. r'ailnre
Impossible. 1.000 reference. Book, explanation!
aad proofs mailed (sealed) free. Address
KRIS MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO, N. V.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Having purchaaed tbe
Praperty which he has had rslticd for tie to
tel business, is now prepared to accoa
mo U transient gseu.
Dav and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable pricci.
He is alio engaged In the
ml the Mun place wiih choice lot of Grocer! -Farm
proa ace a specialty
FECIAL ASSESSMENT N0TIC8.
Notice is hereby ghen to all pcrMinf i'i-f""'J-that
tbe city council or the ciiy of Kock 1-
having ordrred that the ciw t of the ciir ruc.
a aewer on Thirteenth stiett hetweeo N1"4"
Fifth avenues, wi'b a lateral branch m tnr
between Third and Kourti avenn. s ami
Thirteenth and Fourteenth f -reels and M '
nll4 tn Ik. mnilw mnrt of Hock l,and C.-
in the stat. of Illinois, for an . me tot
costs of raid improvement according to
aid, an aeement thereof having been
returned to said court, the final bearing "
will be had at the November term of 1 r
commencing on the wih dav of Novum'."
All persons de.iring may then and .' iTVK
snd make their defi nfe. i,T i
Dated at Hock l.land, IlUcoi', this V.h "j
October, A. D. 1.1. f JonvTO',
E. E. P.UiMETEK.
Leave Your Orders for
Corner Events street .."
T lrpbore So. 1230.
. H. F. LAMP, Manager.