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I. 7 WEDNESDAY. XbVElfsTtfli 25891.
Royal Baking Powder
Is Superior to Every Other
(The United States Official
Of Baking Powders, recently made, under authority of
Congress, by the Department of Agriculture, Washing
ton, D. C, furnishes the highest authoritative informa
tion as to which powder is the best The Official Report
Shows the ROYAL to be a
cream of tartar baking pow
der, superior to all others in
IN LATIN AMERICA.
Brazil's Revolution Seems To
Be About Over.
THE DEPOSITION OF DA POKSECA
Officially Confirmed by a llispatrh to
1 tnlttcr Mrmlonra at Washington
Ilieli Officers .f the Xitvy Tell the nlc
tator to fio, and He Cites Very Will
ingly Kin Granite tlo Snl Is Satisfied
anil ltrjoices with Much Joy Situation
Washington, Xov. 23. Minister Men
tlooca received a cablegram from the Bra
zilian minister of foreign afTnirs last
tiigbt which officially confirm-" the cnlile
dispatches from Brazil announcing the
resignation of President Fonseca ami
stating th:t Vice President Pioxotto had
succeeded him. Minister Mendonca said
that the receipt of the news gave him
great pleasure, as there had been no blood
abed, and tranquility will now prevail,
and the change will establish harmony
among the Brazilian people.
I-'oneca a Man of Trace.
He said that Fonseca was not a man
who would cause bloodshed, but would
willingly sacrifice the honor and glory of
liis high position rather than cause a civil
war, and as the uprij-ing in Brazil was a
national movemeut, the penpli- not being
in accord with the policy of Fonseca, he
bowed to the inevitable and retired. He
Also thought it was the desire of the peo
pie of Brazil to support the deposed con
gress, and that President Pioxotto would
be in thorough accord with it.
Ilrouclit Ab .nt by the Navy.
A telegram from London wiys that
advices from Rio Janeiro state that the
retirement of Fonseca wjls brought about
by the high naval officers. They held a
meeting Saturday last, and the general
feeling was that a sanguinary war wj.s
about to open wit hout any apparent canst;,
except Fonsecii's assumption of su
preme authority, and that his removal
was absolutely nccesssary. There was
little or no personal animosity to Fonseca,
and no doubt expressed that, he would
resign rather than provokes! insurrection
on the part of the navy.
Determined I' nan an I'ttimatnm.
It was decided that a committee be ap
pointed to wait upon Fonseca. with the
demand that he resign. He is not a san
guinary man. and the lack or bloodshed
during the former reyolation against
Dom Pedro was largely due to his influ
ence. Still bia assumption of the dicta
torship was regarded as intolerable, what
ever his intentions. The uaval officers
who visited Foosi-cn with the ultimatum
of tbe fli'et were surprisgd at his readi
ness to comply with their wishes. He is
said to have acknowledged to Admiral
Vidal that he felt deeply relieved by the
change and pleased that the navy had
given him mi honorable pretext for with
drawing from the presidency, which he
had been secretly anxious to surrender.
THE NEW REGIME A SUCCESS.
Rio Grand do Snl ICcJnires Over the Sit
uationThe New Cabiuet.
Commercial advices from Ilio de Jane
iro are all favorable to the success of the
new regime. Pioxotto has received con
gratulatory dispatches from all points ac
cessible by telegraph, and is already in
negotiation with Rio Grande do Sul for a
settlement of the existing difficulties.
The deputies from that province who
were imprisoned by Fonseca havu been
released, and other members of the late
congress who feared the hostility of the
dictator have come ont of hiding. Con
gress will re-.tssemble as snon as the
members shall arrive here from the Tar
Shouting for the Kepultlle.
A dispatch from Montevideo says that
the news of Fonseca's resignation has been
received at Porto Alegre and Rio Grande
do Sul with the wildest rejoicing. Bul
letins signed by members of the provisional
junta were issued announcing the news.
At Porto Alegre the people went about
embracing each other and shouting for
the republic. The popular feelinu is
utrongly against secession, and no doubt
la entertained that the junta will come to
peaceful understanding that will restore
Rio. Grande to Ha place among Brazilian
jetates. At Rio Grande do Sul hostile
preparationa were abandoned, and every
body appeared to recognise the end of the
- President Fiosotto's Cabinet.
Rio Janeiso, Nov. 25l Acting Presi
dent Pioxotto baa appointed the follow
ing cabinet: Minister of war, General
Jose Scmeao; minister of marine. Admi
ral Custodio de Mello; finance. Dr. Fran
cisco Alves; justice and the interior, Jose
Pereira; accicultnre, Autao de Faria;
foreign affairs, Constantini Pollita.
Senor Figuerido ia in prison on the charge
of having abused bia opportunities in con
nection with Brazilian finances. No
gym pat by ia expressed for him.
THE LATEST NEWS FROM CHILI.
Gelling Beady for Wholesale Confisca
tions Oar Indemnity Claims.
Valparaiso, Nov. as The feeling of
uneasiness caused in Chili by the decision
ofcouifss to aut ho: i.c t he pro-ecution
through the procurator, fiscal of Senor
Jose Kitcina, recently a member of the
late President Balmaeeda's congress, on
charges of fraud, has increased greatly,
and has caused considerable excitement
nnd comternat ion in certain circles here.
The reason of this is that all of Balmaee
da's mil isters will be prosecuted, and as
the am. 'tint involved is -r,0"0.0..)0 the
general i-Iief is t hat some wholesale con
fiscatiom are probable in the near future,
Wll! He KcprcKented at the Fair.
Ia spite of the decision of congress to do
everjthiag possible to place Chilian
finances upon a firm basis and the fact
that considerable retrenchment and
conomi''s are necessary, it has been de
cided officially to devote the sum of i00,
000 to provide for Chili's lepresentatiou
s.t the Ctii-ago (air in lS'.-3 There is a
marked "Miction, ns this notion just )ken
will show, in favor of the United Slates.
What ltalmaeed Spent.
The government makes public a state
ment to he effect that Balmaceda, while
inpovei against the authority of con
gress, sf fnr t73.000,(XK) of monev in all.
In this j.O.iXKl.WiO was in cash, iao.OOO.OOO
of illegal bank notes, and iij.iiOO.OOO con
sisted of ordinary receipts. He loft io7,
000,0'jO ii circulation.
I iicl! Sum". Heavy Claim.
And niW another most important ques
tion has c-rnpiied up. I:, is reported here
in officii: circles that whatever the result
of the Baltimore inquiry may be, the
United states will d.-mand an iudemniiy
!rcm Oil li for the expense the United
Siares gt wrniiieni has lai-u put to, owing
to armaments etc, made necessary by
the recent trouble bet ween the two gov
rraoieut. A Iiiploninl's status in IoulU
Wasiii siiTON, Nov. 25. S'.-nor Men
done, the Braziliiu minister, called on
the president late yesterdav afternoon and
discusser with him the situation in Bra
1:1. S:-n r Mendonca was the representa
tive of the Fnsuca government in Brazil,
which has just Iieen overthrown. His
present s. atns is in doubt.
DEATH OF A DIPLOMAT AND POET.
lalward ltulwer I.yitnn Goes to Join the
Lovr, Nov. 25 Kjfo Right Honorable
Edward Rulwer LyttSii, G. C. B , ambas
sador to France,
T et, novelist, dip-
,lt iiiat.iiioii in Paris
JSt-fi' iVt best known in
ilSS! $$y I'lcrary works,
$i puHisln-d over the
IwAr dStiH: "l en Meredith."
SjXlr? 'J?;'''' 'i-Kcile." issued in
--i" o taiiied a wid
T0Vk TYT1 Kprcrd pnpulari
Vi on both sides of
the Atlantic. This was followed three
i years la" r lv the "King of Amasis." In
I 1ST4 apne.ired his "Failles in Song." and in
j 177 "Af cr Paradise, or Legends of
Kxile." I was also a prose writer of
A T.nn-j; Ii-lomnl io Career.
But. it i . as a diplomat that he was best
known in British official life. He eutered
the diplomatic service when only IS years
of age, luiiig attache at Washington in
1M'., wher;his uucle Sir Henry Bulwer,
afterwards Lord Balling and Bulwer
was amhassailor. He was viceroy or In
dia during the scenes connected with the
proclumat ion of Victoria as empress of
India, and while in India, Djc- 12, isr9,
an titiemrr, was made to assassinate him.
His assaili nt Was discovered to lie a luna
tic and half drunk. Lord ' Lyt ton ' had
been British representative at nearly
every European court. t
Cirent IeHtitulion in'Alesicn,
Dl'UANG ), Mex, Nov. 25 The total
failure of t he corn and bean crops in this
state, owiiig to the drouth, is causing in
tense stiff iring among the poor. The
price of ccTn has risen to an enormous
figure, sell ng in some parts of the state
at over tl per bushel.' The laboring ele
ment of Durango have neither work nor
ernor of I
itions Against Small-poz.
TOX, Nov. 25 Assistant Secre
ton, at the request of the gov-
fichigan, has assigned health
to Imard traina coming from
bis inspectiou is caused by the
of small-pox in Canada. The
will be stationed at Port
That sr.,1100,000 Fair Loan.
"Washing rox, Nov. 2.V. President Pal
mer said la . night that the board of con
trol of the "World's fair baa completed its
report and i will probably be sent to Presi
dent HarritoQ today. He thought it fair
to anppose that congress, after due con
sideration, would appropriate the 15,000,
000 yet needed.
October Immlerant Arrivals.
Washington. Nov. 25 During Octo
ber past 54,. immigrants arrived in the
United Statea, against 41,267 in October,
1(0. Of the arrivals last month Ger
many furnished 18,224; Russia, 7,050; Eng
land and Wales, 5,882; Ireland, 5,282; Swe
den and Norway, 4,529: Italy, 4,441
I -'M- e ; i- 'icv.:" vvti r) .f s.-i - i
You Never Know Vhen She
TWO OASES OF FEMININE CAPRICE.
A Lovely Blonde Leaves a Rich Ictroit
Vonng Man, on the Kve of the Wed
din;, t Ponder on Female "Onkartaln
ty" and Look for Another Girl An In
diana Hnsband of Twenty-four Hours
Deserted hy His Wife at the Nuptial
Detroit, Mich., Nov 25 A fashionable
church ou Woodward avenue is already
prepared for a wedding which will never
take place. Today was the time fixed.
Society declared it romantic that Clarence
Gould, son of the richest wholesale grocer
iu the city, should espouse a girl who had
only beauty, charming manners, a de
lightful voice, and a few acres of Canadian
soil to recommend her. Mr. Gouid, Sr.,
had furnished a fine residence for the
couple. The bride-elect had purchased
a tl.COO trousseau, for the payment of
which young Gould had given security.
She Lnvi-d a Druggist's Clerk.
The young lady is (or was) Miss 1-Mna
Percy, of Napanee, Ont. Her parents died
a year ago, leaving ber a one-third interest
in a small farm, from which she has real
ized no cash. Her friend i supplied her
with money, and she came to D.-iroit to
study in Mt-han's school of music, lu
Napanee there lived a druggist's clerk
named Edward Fullerton, whom Miss
Percy loved and had promised to marry.
It is not kuown whether this eugagemeut
was broken by her or not, but it was a
secret from her sister and baother iu
Peautirul lint Mercenary.
A prettier l.lomle never came to Detroit
and saw and conquered. The quiet and
exclusive set to which the Goulds belong
took her up. She lived in liae style.
Life in Detroit made her am itiotis and
she accepted Clarence P. Gould's pro
posal of marriage, as she explained in
Napanee, "for his money." Her heart re
maiued with the disposer of drugs at a
week in her native vilUgo. The cards
were issued and nearly all the preparations
made for the wedding. The young woman
took part of her trousseau a week ago and
went to her s;s:er, Mrs. Dr. Cowan, o"
Napanee. She nnd half a dozen relatives
w-ere expected to arrive in Detroit .Mo,
day evening. Mr. Gould had engaged
rooms lor them at the hoi el Cadillac.
ioiie Is the Lady Fair.
The party not arriving. Mr. Gjuid tele
graphed to Napanee. Dr. Cowau replied:
'"Edna gone away; dou't know where."
Young Gould took the blow very muL-h to
heart. He subsequently learned that
EJua had run away to Toronto to marry
WENT MISS PERCY ONE BETTER.
Marries One Man and Then skips Ont
with A not her.
Maktissville, Ind.. Nov. 25 The lit
tle city of Odon was thrown into a flurry
Monday night when it became known
that a bride of twenty four hours had
eloped with a former admirer. Ou Sun
day afternoon Miss Anna Harmao and
Ella Borders, both of Odon, went to
Washington, where they met Adam In
galls and a Mr. Arthur, of Wort hington,
to whom they were married, respectively.
All returned to Odon in the evening
Monday evening Mr. Borders gave an in
formal supper in honor of the newly mar
ried couples, to which a host of friends
of ail parties were invited.
An O d Flame Was Present.
Among those invited was B?rt Lowry, a
highly respected young man of Odon, who
was a former admirer of Miss Barman.
He was seen to have a brief conversation
with her just before the guests were
ushered into the dining-room. While all
were sealed at the festal board Mrs.
In&alls suddenly excused herself, saying
to her husband that she was sick," but
would return in a moment She didn't
return and finally it became known that
she had departed with young Liwry in a
vehicle secured at a livery nable. Sue
had in her possession all her husband's
ready means, nnd it is said that Lowry
had replenished his pocket book by bor
rowing all I he money he ould from his
friends. A chase was organised but the
couple got away.
THE STORM IN THE EAST.
School Teacher ami Several Children
Hurt Other Casualties.
PlTTsun.-K, Nov. iS. The damage by
the storm in western Pennsylvania, east
ern Ohio, nnd "West Virginia will reach
several hundred I housand dollars. At Car
lisle the roof of the Graham school build
ing was blown into a field and a number
of pupils received serious injuries.
Following are the injured as far
as can lie use -rtained: Miss Berthy Kuby
a teacher, right leg broken in two places
by falling timbers; Salli- Fisher, left sid
of face cut by glass; Lewis Wilson, nose
broken by falling bricks and timbers;
Jonas Gids, fce cut. Several others
were slightly injured.
A Farmer Lad Killed.
At Coult.ert.viHe a farmr boy nnraed
Bailey was fatally crushed. At United an
engine bouse was blown down and six
men badly hurt, one being fatally injured.
Reports of ot her serious casualt ies are re
seived, but details are lacking. Much dam
age was done at Hyndtnan P.l; Cumber
laud, Md ; Sharou, Pa., and many other
pi ices. Tue destruction of telegraph and
telephone property was severe, but at no
place was there anything like a calamity.
The storm was a very severe gale.
Joined an Opera Company.
CLEVELAND, Nov. 25 Minnie Jennings,
of Altoona, Pa., came here two or three
weeks ago to make a visit. List Tuesday
she packed up her trunk and went to the
train, ostensibly to return honj. Satur
day a letter was received from Miss Jen
nings' parents asking her whereabouts.
Yesterday the mystery was solved by her
Cleveland friends receiving a letter in
forming them she had joined McCaull'a
Optjra company. - ....
Broke the Yearling Tn.tttiijt Record.
STOCKTOS. Cal., Nov. 25, The yearling
filly Fron Frou broke the world's record
yesterday by trotting a mile easy in 2:26,
beating Bell Bird's time one fourth of a
econd. Fron Frou finished the last quar
ter in thirty-live seconds.
Crushed to a Jelly by a Tree.
Duxuth, Minn,, Nov. 25. A lumber
loan, whose name ia at present unknown,
waa instantly killed at Flood wood, this
county. He waa crushed to a jelly by
falling fc-ee. ' , , , -
ft . K . X X '
; the train
of diseases that follow a tor
pid liver and Impure blood,
nothing can take the place
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery. Nothing will,
after you have seen what it
does. It prevents and cures
by removing the cause. - It
invigorates the liver, purifies
and enriches the blood, sharp
ens the appetite, improves di
gestion, and builds up both
strength and flesh, when re
duced below the standard
of health. For Dyspepsia,
" Liver Complaint," Scrofula,
or any blood-taint it's a posi
tive remedy. It acts as no
other medicine docs. For that
reason, it's sold as no other
medicine is. It's guaranteed
to benefit or cure, or the
money is refunded.
: Shirt Factory :
"We are now prepared to take
your measure!and make
Prices as Low an the Lowest.
All klnd of Rcpainug done,
AIkj agent for Rockford Clothinc Cotrpaiiy.
Fine custom-made pants from (3 to $10.
1609 Second Avenue, Hock Island.
Over Loosley's Crockerv store.
Is not a comietir in the iim 1i nhicn tht term
ts pnpnliirly owd, tint pcnrarently benot lles. It
crrnu-s a Foft, unooth clear.e;vrty tkin. ami bv
daily une irraiinoily n:akes ihe complexion fcver:."l
r hades wh itrr. It !s a couctarit jitourticn from
the effects of sun and wmrt and prevents rim
burn and freckles, and Mtckhesdj will ncer
come while c.i use it. It clcani.es the face far
better than fi'ap and water, roniislies tlie tkin
tissues ana mus prevents ire lormation of t rk
les. It ive tlie fresl.m cs. clearnos nnd smooth
nchs of skin tbat joa bad when you was a little
g.rl. Every lady, youne rr old, ngbt to use it.
as it pives a mure joi thful a; pi-i'iai ce to ary
lady, and that permanently. It contains no acid",
powder or a'kali, and is as haini'cs? as d w- ana
a nouri-hintr to the f kin as dew is to the flower
Price $1 00. at alldiuptts and hairdressers,
oral Mrs. Genaisc Grabam'a stublisnrren', 103
Pot street, San Francii-co, wheie ste treats la
di. s for all blemishes cf ti e facp or ficure. La
dles at a distance trentcd by letter. t-r,d stamp
for ber little book "How to be Beautiful."
SAMPLE BOTTLE mailed fite-o anv .ad on
receipt of lOcents in siatr.ps lo ray fur loftate
and packing. Lady ajf nts srauted.
Cures the worst ca?es cf Freckles. Sunburn,
Satlownets, Motb-potrbe.. Pimples, and all skin
blemishes. Price VI. 60. Harmless and ef
fective. No sample can be sent. LaCy agents
THE DRUGGIST in th's town wbo first orders
ahillo' my preparations will have bs name ad
ded to this advertisement.
My preparations are for tale, bv wholesale
drufBists in Chicago and every city west of it.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Offlse Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
Bncoecdt the Hollne Savings Bank. Organised 1869
S FEB CUT. IITEBBT PAIB 01 DEPOSiTS.
Organized under State Laws,
Open from ft. m. to 8 p. m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nlirhts from 7 to 8.
Pobtkb 8suwnxr, - President
H. A. Ainswobth, - - Vice-President
C. fr. HaaiNWAT. .. - Cashier
Porter Skinner, S. W. Wheelock.
A Eose, H. A. A.'ns worth,
G. H. Edwards, W.H. Adsms.
Andiew f rtoere, C. K. Uemeuway,
BUY A BUFFALO
Wyoming: lot. It'i the coming city of Wyom
ltur. Baa waterworks, electric lights, flouring
mills. Looated in the garden of Wyoming
Produced the price potato crop of tha United
States la IBM. for maps and further in for.
m&tion apply to
MAN! THOU, Buffalo, Wyo.
Woodyatt's Music. House:
No. 1804 Second Av
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for ilji
3 county of the
Fienrjos gtrjcl Oro;ars,
WEBER, 8TU YVES ANT, DECKED BROS., WHEElorr
ESTRY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FiR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS
A 'nU line also of small Mnsical merchandise. We have in ocr t v. a
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co.,
-Zj- --r'ft";?. . -. .....
Manufacturers of FARM, SFR1KG kM FREIGHT V,
A fnll and complete line cf PlMform and otter f r' c Wt t- v.. j tc:a..y t. :U
W eattrn ttade. cf snperior oikir irrtlv :r.u 6ihh. ii:UMr. t: 1 1:- L.m u.t
application, fee the MOLIN'B WAlaN Ufcie ju:fca!-i:.i.
LNCORPOKATSD TJKDKK THB TATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Sv.urday evenincs trrm " to c'c ::.
Five percent Interest paid on Deposits- Mcnev loaned Perscsai, K-
lateral, or RealEstate Security
. P. KKTNOIJJS. PTes. F C. DBNSMANN. Vice-Pros.
J. V. 31T0R3. Cf.-
'.T. P. U Kitchen. . P. Reynolds, F. C. Dcnkmsum. Jcba rrr.-h. V.. :' E -' .
I hil.Mitcbill, L. Simon. K. W. Hurst, J. Jd. Bufcri.
Jack som i Huest, Solicitors.
"" WTHrran l.niucs .liilv 8 lSsO. at A ocrnnv lip initfn f,.t r,i?rr-if V ' A I v
t. Ki. r km ten
V vmott5A-r - -
f a-. :!E a I
4 ANTHRACITE COAL.
'a v J-
C. O. J3.
221 and 223
Al. Laaudry Work dote on short notice.
A specialty of Brest Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Psnnasli rS V ltt h.? ? '.'.f l A f til t3
ti hniTip. i now ;Tt;rtl to
module trau-i: n: gzi
Dav and Resular Soarding
tU very rt,ator.sV:o r re.
He is i!?o on"f?CL-t z tee
At the iime riacc with a c-ic " Groce" I
VIGOR OF n e rj
Easily. Quickly, Permanently Raatoraxl.
Wrakaeas, tmm Debility, and all
the train of ertls from early emirs or later excesses
the resnlu of overwork, aickneaa, worry, etc Kull
atrencth, derelopment, and Umt a"ren to every
onran and portion of tbe body. Bimple, natural
metboda. Immediate InjpniTeinent aeen. Vailure
Impuasibla. S.UUU referencM. BMk. explanations
and proof a mailed (sealed) frea. Address
KRIK MKOICAL CO.. BUFFALO, N. Y.
Xo. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER
. ..a .,c.-:a: :: tt
psrr irs t-c;s!"s
KIXQ IS if,- l9.i
Leave Your Orders for
Corner Elewntb 'trert nd
T 1 phone "o. IMO-
H. F. LAMP Manager-