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lilt. Al((iLS, TUESDAY. J AN U It 19, 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Tower
. U. S. C:ovt F-f tJOrt, Aug. 17,
Mrs. Wood Makes Serious
Charges Against Him.
CHIEf INSTIGATOR OF A MTFEDF.E,
And n Rfionillf fur Her II iisli-tn.l's
Drath m the Man Who Mint IM111--What
Atturnry Kiuhtmirr ay. .... It.-I'rov-J
Threats livltntkin i!:nt
Wood Must li- A (arousal Aft t-r : 1: e
Monler anil What was Said Thrrt-.it
Rrennan Cui-t Arqnit.
Topek A, Kan.. .Ian. 1'.-Mrs. Colom-l S.
X. Wood b.i written ;t letter to liovernm
Humphrey, in -which she denies tb.-it she
r her frien.ls an- iitteiniitini: to tnke Tlt.t
kin's life. Tin- letter is n vigorous one
and speaks in plain wnnU. It rewls: "I
was Bnrjiriseil to rea.I in the newspapers
an a--ertit.n jm rjx ir' iti--r so come from you
that 'Wood's followers had no reason for
Jiinkine the stttt.-in.-i.t that Di.tkin was re
fNifisitlu f.T llie iiur.lcr ..f Mr. Wood liy
Itrenriaii.' I vi-l, to ty to yon that I have
ample proof .,f the fact that notkin was
one of the chief instigators of the murder
of my htt-.b. i.d. an.l i as responsible ns
Hrennari. I know the name, of the men
who consoired to kill him, and I know
more n In nit the secret consultation for
the perfection of tlu-ir plans than I have
S:iy Mie nn Trove the Imrv-''.
"All tin can he p.-.fclii'-c-il in evidence
whe n the in. n can uo into court and tell
what they kn..w of it without fear of ii
Kassiiiatioa. i;i-;e;id of, as now, tcl'.inu it
in swift ;ud enjoining secr-ecy. I am not
plannirii; or c;,-( ; to kill Dot kin. If
he and all hi- fellow murderers were k:i!.il
it could 1;.,; re-Tore inv l.u-l.:i:i I, n w
, little likelihood of lirelumn ever lieim;
tried, but he will be arret.l if Steveux
county evei lietomes thickly enough pop-
' lilatetl to permit of securing a jury. lucre
is a general belief that the next lea isl.-u tire
will disortra li.e the district, as it is -imply
Mil expense tc the pet-pie. ,1. li. l'iizer and
James t;. Si otidy. i f i.a .'virtu-, liivniiaii's
mtonieys, ace both in the cii. but w.il
Hot .-u to li i.i,'..on. ami lJrciiiiaii, w ho 1
.ow confiiK 1 in the lleiio cuiuiiy jail at
Jluuhil.suU, will le released tiitiity.
Anar.-ltists Mn.t ty Police.
Vikvna. .1 m. l'J. -A dipat-Ii from War
taw states tl at the sjliee of that city sur
prised a mee intj of anarchists or nihilists.
he conspirators refused to sun-ender, und
Ixhlly resisted the police. The latter, ln-ili
Hell armed, killetl two of the conspirators
ami carried 1 ft liftc-cn other as prisouerts.
PET LIONS ARE HAZARDOUS.
Terrible Krtenice t.f One V lio Was Jeal
u t f His M srr til itlr.
Sll.n; ClT .'. X. M.. .Iiin. V...-.V pecuii::r
story 01 the j ahui-y a pel lion for the
bride of its m ister c ia-s from a ranch t
t!ie northwest of this city. A few years
au'o.Jnan Iijt ., y..iitir Mexican, caiiiht
and tamed a ;ounu' lion. The animal w as
f docile that it followed I, ope, all about
tiie place and on his hunting expeditions,
and slept at the foot of its master's Is-d.
The animal h el never shown any icioiis
ness Inward s r.m-, r-. allow ing visitors to
It and fond!, it at .-ill times. Not lomt
:r'o i.cp.e. an rri.-d .-.i.d br.m-ht his wife
to t he house.
The liri I.- AIY.ji.l t.f llie I.ion.
Mie was nfiaidof th-lion and insi.si.-d
tii'it it Is- kept oiit . f doors. !.,-,;. there
upon built a l.ous,. ,;, s;rmu-e pt-t. but
the Hon sho e. a disoosinon to rein-1
when sent to i s new I ;i r, , ..i. ...l ..
Appalling DisasAtr at a Solemn
SCCSZS PLUIJGE TO THEIR DEATH.
A Urit!r lin-akn Don n I'nder a Mnlti
tntle and anc, a Iriyhtf.il 'at:i
trophe Iltintllrtls I ose llirir I.Ives in
the Dark Water, am! t:!r If und reds
are Injured Kai!w ay Wreck on the
Northwestern and Omaha Kiaht l"er
ST. l'KTKUsi-.i-i:,;, .7.m. l',.x app-iirni
ent.-istrophe l as ,v nrrs-d at Titlis, ti-e cap
ital of the traus-Cauca-i.-in province. Yes
terday on the occasion of the animal b!e s
intr of the river Kerah by the metropolitan
the usual crowd was assembled to witn. -s
the ceremonies. A piv.Ccs.-ion of the 1 b r
cy wh. passing by a t.-mp .rary wms! 1
bridge over an arm of the river, followed
closely by a dense and conf;ise,l mas, ,,f
the poi'ii'iace. when the brid-.re broke d..w:i
undcrthe undue strpin put upon it. Ail
who were on the brhl-e were precipitate d
into the stream. v.-bej.(-- tb.-y were nruiS
to extricate themselves immediately. Ti e
wort bfipr enisl to those in the rear. The
people i:eare-t the bridge when The acci
dent occurred tried to retreat and cri.-d out
confusedly to those ia-hind t l.eni to tnrn
Kick, but the thioriiC continued to press
A 1 rurttie rielit f.r 1 if
all the jov
ISotkin has my
li.e ve:iis , f s !;'-
ar w liic'u nature 1 an
pre--once t.nd.-i i
and coinf.-rt of li;,. f, ,r
permis.-ioii t,, (,u!
coiiiicnini' :oii i.nd 1
Kive liifr.. -
A J oi l iOU of the f ..let,
Mrs. Word's letter 1-10:1
commur.icutiofi written b
1''. Jiicbtllol'e. secretary
Citizens' Alii-nce. to t
An Ailt-ced Threat l.v I'.i.lkln.
After si-vereiy cr:ti. 's,-. the H' tioiiof
the re acouif ii, I:,,tkin. be men
tions the treaty made U t'.vee;, W,, -l and
iiotkin b tor.- the impea
injrs weri- In-'tin. and s-ivs: "'..w !,..
Jttitktli and his fiie-el-i-.in y out the treat v
of peace- While the i-tipeai hn:ent tria'l
was i;iii-i!.!;ni. and I 'oiou.-l W oo l wa,
away fro.:, '!' ..jx-k t -,i re;idin curt, itoikin
told John I!, lia.-rison in l.is 1-0.. m in a To-jx-ka
hotel, if I cvi ever ca him I Wood!
the hoi,'- i
w if,- of i;
band to se
,i: d I
i'c !lil i
I n a-.d
.-.inc.! in a lotie
y her ft lend, W.
of the National
lie 'i't leka Ad-
to do the lir-t
f-.-w days lat.-i- ,
can y out his :
Ho- I.l..n N
When her. il
l is hou-e dark 11
(Irr.piui? hi- ua,-.
f-!l upon s,.n ei i,i.! ;
li.'ht was horriee.i 1
' '"Hi b dy of h,s v. ;
'i i.e iyo.-i hud t .-id.-woiui.n
when I. t-r
broke L.-r ne. k. af
the b.-e.-ist a. i.l 1
'!". The an. 11. ii
woods a 11 h,-i, 1 ..t
pf.'s r.-asou l--.m
!cr .".11--. L.-peZ bec;'::ie sr.
, pi-eva:e,l upon her hus-bret.-.
v. hich be promise.1
i. wen; to town. A
.0:1-.-. (j:o -ceded to town 1. 1
.1 Alr.ti.l i,r 1!ip l-ri,le
rnisi la:.- at n :': it he fo
1 ; ;.t'.i:-ei,' ly iit.ten.-.n
indoor-, he st irnbh-d
;.' d upon ; iiki::u" a
ii::d the b!ee,i:;e :l:.d
lyinu oil tiie i!o..;-.
'. : jump.-.! upon the
ce k -,as turned ;ttid
i-w ard eat p.krt. of
1 1 r l iubs troin her
tie .'i e-ca'.ied to tt.'u
I n s(M.n since, l.o-
wit a. id be is now a
lo Jbi-ot,,;, :
then." At .
of southwest 1
rmrn in the
Winr he-rc.-s .
Iht upon 1;,,:
"Sam 001I 71,
'"On iuipiiriuf.' 01 I'..
were for liotkin re
Wood has trot to d
ire m e
- cet . 'Ut alive, as
I Iv.-ss. while
se-si. n. a prominent citizen
n K" i'i-,-is went into Hotkin's
ho'e' on business, and saw
i d r.-. ..hers in a lart;e num
. 11 i.e.! nd si 1 ri'lint: around
is ..,( t
' km what these aia:is
plied: 'liy , Sam
ie before he leaves
J ROUGH ON EX-TREASURERS.
W iseoii.jn llt , i,is .Iii.le.e. in for e
eral lliin.li-. .1 Tlit.n-.-in.l Dollars.
1 Ma.'o'sos. Wis . Ja:i. li. .ln,i4e New
man (ilc.l Lis ,pi:,io-i in the en-.-it stale
treasiu y ca-es w ih t he clerk of t he Dane
county circuit eoun yi-stei-il-iy n ornim.'.
The decision is jr, favor of tie-state in
every point, ;:i in- all that the st-e.e
claimish The casses trjed w ere one -.sf
A fn'L'h'ful jL-uiic etisiicl. Tho-e by the
r;vr -id;- fou-jht for their lives and tried
to ress bark these behind them. The peo
ple in the rear rushed ., t u mult u.eislv,
knowit.i; lietiiine of wl .tt ti e trouble in
fi-oiit was and d. sj ialely resolved not to
lose their place in tiie pr.v-e.ssion. There
was no one to trive out anv order t i.-.s
con, .1 lie un.I.-sto.Hl. Mo-t of the ch-r
bail pas-edti.e bri,:-,. before the a 1 idem,
and those w ho had le t w.-re in the .slrm?
rliii thromt: wh. re 1.0 :st tin ' ion coi:'.d I.e
r.-eo'.-r.i.-d. The v. h.,1 -co-:nn-y round b:id
swarmed in to be pn -. i t at t !.e i, -t iv.d.
and soii.ei hiuu like hall the pej uSa! ion of
the city was in the crowd.
No l-.e.lie, .t l:e. overe.l.
In the t-riisli iii.-iuy huri.ii-eds of p.-orde
r-teived -;.-etv injuries. Sim? u, :e tram
pled under f.sv,. o;ne sutfor.-ited, and
s-r.re-tho river. N.-ar'v
a'.lwi. i w,-et!u p.-eeO.itat -d into the
water wt-tv tirow-t.-si. th-v w-r-- mo-tly
hurt or s;,.-: - .-.;; , -. -
f.tilit:-.- in. Ti.c r.-tal io. iiiber of f i-ai;i jes
:-? be nseer: -life ,j f ,r so;;.e ,:-.ys. It is
known thai hi.tidf.-ds haw- pcri-hed but
;ie l-eell crt:-t-i.-.i tiouii lie
it yet be- ;i recovered.
it.Ui ias (an Is- be.-ir.i in
Archduke Charles Salvator died in Vi-una.
Colonel John F. Williams, a well known
Missouri lawver and nolitician. is dead.
In a collision between "bob" sleds at Ca
cti;:, o., seven persons were severely hurt.
rx-iTes,ntcnt Cleveland will spend a
mouth in i-ouisiaua with Joseph Jeffer
son, the actor.
I.Vlnan .T (Jilfc 14 in.nT.viti.r in V.iii-
York and expects to reach ChicHgo by the
middle of Ftbrnarv.
Chicago diK-tot! are watching the effect
of inoculatiiiif a doa with microlies taken
from a man who died n" l.ieki iw.
Abbas Pasha, the new khedive of K;.ypt,
will soon make a tour of the principal
cities upon tiie conliiient of Kurope.
1 wo Indians in the vicinity of Rat
Ponat(e, Minn., wounded a moose and the
animal turned liiion them and killed both.
ArraitiietneTits have been made to obrain
speoimens of the best lish produced in In-
ui.ina and exiuo.l thi-ui ul the Coluuiblau
t-xp. isit iou.
lii-ayt.ni. Out., is in treat excitement
over the ..'xluctioa t.f Jane Smith, an 11-
year-ol.l tri, who was carried away bv two
aien iu a cutter.
1 he epioi..ii .,1 a locomotive engine's
boiler, mar ilii-mincbatn. Ala., caused by
la-k of w. ait r, blew the enuintH-r and (ire-
man t. atou.s.
A IhujI 1 he ..id v t liinus found so far of
r-ir. i bv th - L'nite.l states trooos are lie
sertcl cainjis. It is thoutrht now that the
bandaV ijaiie; is broken up.
South Dakota letr.'sl.itors are considering
whether they w ill at tend a called session
of the legislature to appropriate money
for a stale orld s fair exhibit.
t ':a .
u' but e :,:p
, W i
i mi this a:i
1 i w-r
' 1 I
1 Oiual.a ivad,
! 'i k t--tcr.hi.v
s a it-li, six n.l
i rain ii-
t of ietim
N'o. ti. on t h
in I he I
hi. h S.-a ( l.ic.f.
D1.--I1'.. was v. rei ki
t:'orir':.- at She
i s t-ast of this cit
-own. 1 11.11 s.iti,.- Tuviil an attempt was
made to break into I oiom l Wood . room
at anoi her hotel, but the .loot- l.einn barri
caded the attempt v.,; unsuccessful; but
enough noi,- was r:,;..d,. to awaken the
liiudhuly. and sbesa. four men retrei:tiii"
from the house, ate: she believe ,:, r,.,
ocrnized in tb..- tour tnen I ';t .,-er, now
Itrennan's attorney; O'Connor, count v at
torney of Stevens count : Kuirh l.iv".-n,d
James Hrennari. Colonel WihkI's mur b r
ers of a later da'e."
K. C. Mcl'eiri.l
otlicial term from
against II. ',. Ha--1
Is.) iKK). Th.-y v.,
involving ail 1 in- p.
cases from Ists t.
volved in t lie ca. s i
is about .siVf.n--,
treasurers haw it
of state funds e.n 1
After describing t he shoot iu of Col.n.el
W(Hid the writer sai l: ' ij,m ,!idlt,,t!.in
and bis friend lii.i-h tl.i du? Whv.
they repaired to Arkahm .-md wound tip
the day wilh a druiik.-n debauch, .in,;,
while the. carousal was at its heiuht. Sam
Dunn, the sheriff w ho wa- lately Tiiiirder-i-d,
t-aid in a tone of boastin..': 'There are
two or three rii,-ht here in this town that
we are uoitm to jret and have i;ot to o
next. VanVoorhi.s w ill be the first one ami
there is one at Liberal that will be the
next. He is Jim He aucharnp. A Demo
crat is arter him. It is not Hot kin. Hot
kin is a ncptibliruii.' Was this what Gov
ernor Humphrey meant when he said: 'It
is not Hotkin: Hot kin is a Uepublican?'
On Hi Word as an Attorney.
"When Dunn returned home he told a
certain person that Hrcnnan shot Sam
Wood in self-defense, ami on the reply,
'You know that, is a lie," he laughed and
said: 'It don't matter; we will fret enough
to swear to it to clear him.' Why was
Hotkin offended because the militia was
wiit down there instead of arms and am
munition? The only reasonable answer
lu tl.f.t I.M It ulilifl fr, .. ..... 1.1. e
...... .0..101 iii.s aiuj oi cur- 1 -.i'.o ".."-ii.nl .f
throats to wreak his vengeance ujion his ! f'"" the lirst time
.,.,.,,,. ... .ut.- u.i.iiii tusiricL. ..vjr.
KiKhtiuire then dei lares on his word as i:u
attorney that he believes t hat he has in bis
jKMssession .stiflicient evideni-e to convict
Itotkin of complicity ij, the murder of
-Will Let ICrentian 4.0 I'rrp.
Sheriff Hidpnour. of Hupoton, nrrivecl in
Toia-ka yesterday for the purpose of sccur
itii? special directions from the uttortiev
U'eneral reaanlim; the trial of .Tames Hrcn
imn, the murderer of Sam Wood, which
comes up at Htitroton. The attorney K,;n
rrnl Hent instructions to the county attor
ney to enter a motion of nolle pros. Hy1
this motioii llrenuan will Im-ilisini.,.,hbut
limy at any time, when the conditions mny
be favorable to a fair trial and the state
may see fit, lie arrested and tried for mur
der. A Kailienl Keuiedy I'roposed.
Attoniev (Jeneral Ives suvs that there i
si.ite t :-ea-irer for 1 be
1 -si to I,;
..; v f, ,: t ),.- t v. o . a-s
r- tr.e.l as tc ca-. .
.:T.;s eoveiei.' b il l the
lsid. The amount iu-
iw-reil in thi- decision
and i for inte-est the
1 iVetl on the ijepos;; s
k-:.! for t h.-ir on n .i-s-
I he .1 tiiltcw" ri iliie 4 oiitenl ion.
The decision , ,vers ten folio paes m
i i.ise typewrii-iiu'. Ju.iu'c Newman's prime
contention is Dial a the money in 1 iiai !
of the state iret-ur.-r urupn-st ionabiy "i
the property of ti.e state, othest.Ve is
justly an 1 of rihc entitled to t lie nat ur d
and lawful itii -c.-.-e of it. ju-t as. should
.1 herd of sheep b. entrus:,-.! bv otn- m.-.ii
to another-, the eitura! increase ,,f the
k Ih-Iolu. let 'o 1 I..- Mbeoherd. lint to
tho ow ner. The 1 efe.ited ib-f.-nd-iuts u 1 il
appeal to the supreme co irt.
, t iii-
rutiriiu.; a: the rite ol t'.fty miies ;:n
The entire train, except en?;t e aid
lei! the rail. ,'ll.e sleeper,
to. ,- from t'e train, left the
l.-liin-- it. to the iliti-h upon its
r her reniainin.- intact
The lit. II of -n:i!ties.
J he injured are: ti. . slioiier. Chi
ad sb.i.'der ladlv hurt: i-i
Towl.T ('ilea'), le: b.lilv billi-ed
hurt aSout tae la-ad: A Hunt. ! i
bead badly hurl; ib oreW. l,iu
a to. left , ' badlv hurt: J Stewiinl W -t
lie.-. I.i'i.doii. Kn-.-Iaiid. bruised about, the
h-v-d. K. (;. sehuit-,., St. Pa il, scalp woi.i d
and shiirp en's a!.,-mt the fac.-; H. H
Willis. j i-'oti. M.'-ss., cut 0:1 head a::d
badly hurt; Hirvcy li. It. 11. of Pliilaiiel
p' ii. consjdct.-ibiv hurt iiitertiadv ! ,t
able to walk.
t Ullsr of tin- Ac. i.t.-itt.
'i'he accident was c.-.usidhv ;h,- lii-e.-.king
of a sv. it. h tail at slu pharu's - iicii
the eitwiiie and b iir.-a-e car fi.is-e 1 ov. r.
All t.iil one of t he ininred. (J. " IJmI..
MlANTONOf.'AH'S "AHCH LIGHTS.
ller T o 1 let t rir i;. t Miiill,- Va ii;ai or
and l:..lt- Hole, in the Nilit.
NKW Yoi;K. Jan. IU .-Navi-atols in the
j-a-st. liter were Sl.ll.lell ,y !l slid dell 1 i 1 11-
inination of their ib-cks as they passed the
Hrooklyn navy y;.rds. It h as all due to
two of the electric eyes of I ncle Sam's
new navy. They f ishc 1 from the monitor
Minntonomah and every i.bject struck by
their radiance sto d out in t he surround
ini? blackness like .1 cameo. Travd-rs on
the bridge and fer ie wondered w hy the
navy was paint int lanes of silver outriv.-.!-iniftl-.e
moon on a piiet Sunday evenim,-.
Chu Spot a l oaf Mile Away.
The shiiiiut; eyes uored evanescent ho!s
in the nit'ht, lit up sections of the hh;
bridge, and stirred up more spcralat i,,n
than lias bsn imlu ee) sinee the news of
the attack upon tin- Haltimor-e sailors
first reached New York. Cnntain k',..... ,.i
the Hrooklvn n;ivv vard. sairl ile.t il...
Mianloiio'nali was t -st inn hersearch lipbts
the evneri mi-Tit te..t
been made un Sunt av Lecause it w.-i .1.
sired to have the n onitur ready lo fit; lit.
as soon a jMisihle The Minntonomah
h;i5 search lights t.f alwuit ilW.IHi)
candle power, aud capi.ble of diseoverini: a
Chilian torjiedo boa or torpedo several
-out i r :i:
.ti a t rain proicp
. . 1;
'i-k A- C
'Ihree drunken loimhs, ,11 iiu1 with
kBivc. teliori.ed a New Y. fk Central
train at Poimhkis-ri-ie and were cariturid
by ;tu oi'iicer after a sharp iihi.
The doa- show at Chicat;o of the A's
coutah Kennel dub begins Tuesday, Feb.
1'. and pro-;ie .-: are that il w ill lie tlie
grt.a'.est e. r held vest ,.f New York.
llie Firemen's Insurance company of
Dayton, O , ha decided to retire from
business and will insure its risks in the
National Fire, of Hartford.
Trainmen on the Southern Pacific have
refused 10 handle freight coiniiu; to them
from the Aransas Pass railway, upon
which there h is been a strike for the last
lien Phillip, who was a slave in New
Y'ork until 1-JT. w hen he became free bv
operation of the gradual emancipation
act, di.d at Hi. htield Snrines lust week.
a.-.i ,r years.
A dozen men, inciudimf Howell, Wood.
Asiiiu"T. Price. HeaUine, O'FIaunaKan,
Sta'o :i!id S'choi h. have started on a si.v-days-.-i-ht-houj-s
a-day bicycle race at Hat
t ry 1) armory. Chi api.
Friend. of Dr. thiivis are promising:
start'iimr discloun reoanlini; the mur-d-r
ot Mrs. Haniaby a: Denver. Tliey
! quo.e trie .siatcim-nt ot a ttrunken man
I that he niaih-d tiie f.u.il hisky to the
j At tiie convention of the National As-o-ciaii.m
ef Iviilders held at Cleveland.
I t hue were nineteen delegates from Pitts-
j b :i L.'. The ctlur delegates cut rittsburi;
t do.', n to j";e and the Smoky City lneu
j The leu islative comri.ittisi of t he nat ionul
World's fair s.:iimi.s.sion has issued a doc
I i.tnciit in whi.-h it declines to have ar.y
j thin:; to do with the application to con
i pres tov an appropriation of i-.".tM.OoO f.jr
1 the World's fair.
,T'e !iwit'hmeTi"s Aid association, of
j Chioasro, and other atliiiated otvanizations
talk ot takim? the c ase ae.ainst the train
men into the court, upon charges of con-t-pir.tcy
loiiudod on the t rouble last May
svit.b ihu Northwestern raiiwav.
ltihlin f eels KeiTitd.
Dt l'.l lN, .Jan. 19 At a itnstitK of the
corporation of this city yestei.'ay, a resolu
tion of co.a;. U me with the royal lami'iv
for the death 01 the Duke of Cinrence was
The Turks and ! he A i .ncni.itis are anions
the U-.st judges of .-en tier, an 1 theb.tzaar
at StamfsiuS, where tiie amln-r workers are
located, is fail of intent.! to the connois
seur. Sums varying from $1 to J-J-tO are
ri'.idi'.y (riven for a pvr f t isii.xe.e moath-
piece. moderate in s.e. but well matciieil
as to color Phil.idrlnhia Times.
All I llI.ICI.J ( llll' ,;-,. t'r.ls!!!;-.
ClIU'VCU. -b.n. l:i. At 1 o'.-I.M k lids
ino-niii a I'ittsburi;, Fort Wayne and
Chicaiio s iti h engine crashed into a Fi r
ty seventh stru t car. i-oTnp'c!eIy demoii.sh
1111,' il. There were no passengers n board,
and the conduct ,r and driver cm aped in
jury. The accident occurred in identie.-.llv
the same .spot r-u-1 on the same traik
win re t wo p -ople were kiil.il and nine
teen injured iu a similar colii-ion la-st
MORRISON HAS A ROO UP.
lie Is Willi. .c to Tk.. a Mu.i-t ..I I'rrsl
tlt ntial l.iehtaiiif;.
Wa-iiim.t.is, Jan lit IU pre.sentati.e
Mills re! i.rned from Texas to Wa-hinton
Saturday :;i'nl. He friends say that he
came back in eood sriirits anil will t ike no
active part in the business of coiiLtres.
sunday aftctn 1.111 Mills was in conference
t r .several ho its w dh Morrison, .f the in-ler-tate
coiuiner.e commission; Wattt-r-
ou. coit .r of the Loui-vilie Courier-.Iour-fi-tl.
and Senator Car'.;!,-. It i said that
Mr. Morr:ou i in the h.. nils of his friends
lor ti.e Dcmocr.-it ic nominal ion for the
presidency, a-ni oil.-of t beta asserts tV.i.
be could obtain a maioritv of 1!,.. lti;,,,,;
J-h-a:!. m d -;,;-.,. thu Palmer boom.
Aei-u-il of (iir .!t-aon Murder.
I-iiVf.!i;. Mich.. Jan. 1:'. John Henry,
the keeper of danct hou. dives at- Trout
Iake and Champion, wa. nrreteil Suud iv
on a charge of rol.ln ry. Tw o ofiiccrs who
apjieareil at t he Iron: uoor of Henry's ram li
ieie met by a woman armed with a shot
pin and made to stand ba. k. One of them,
however, went to the rear of the building
atld caught Henry a he w as about to es
cape throncl, a window. A l.xal paper ac
cuses Henry of li:, implicated in the
murder of John Cleasou. the mining p:.-y-
inaster who was mysteriously tiimu the
t:iii. of Juu. 5.
Ye i'ohl, silent Moon.
Iidy The astronomers have
found scow on ti.e moon.
oi'i iauy 1 nar explains it. I never
could make out what that, man in tho
moon was doing with a bundle of brooms
over Ins shoulder. They must be snow
shovels. Good News.
f ri vi-rti.k Himself. .. . , "7 .
WAs.iiM.Tov, Jat. Itl.-Speakcr Crisp .....f 7 ,T7T ,
met the other fnemb.rs of the maiorite . f ., UK'1 V'?1" .J-1'. Had-
the committee ru.es Sunday, and sit 1 ZZ "l".
sevenil hours w ith tl em in .-oil... ..v..-. ii... . ..vmc--M,u
cmle of rules sueeest.d. The exert ion was f , , lLt',nW' mills
probably too pr,,U,uK.-d for him. as I e w s Z' u'"" ,d"7 ,L" two years,
in hi., chair from n, on to T oVL k i 't ieorly by ia-
yesu-rdav he w,i.s .sufferim, fro,,, .,. . '. ' I 'Ty durii that t.me. A slight
of a restless niht. I, is the expectation of ! 'Z J TV, m WU1 ,1wl Kri,,av
the comu.itt.-e that tie rules will Ih- rculv I Tti WanJn lettV,u t1'"
for renortim, to theb,.r i,v T.,.,.,, . ..V . beforw. Thi led to the
the latest. ' " nt , "TesL
. : 1
T.1 - . .
its sonietirr.es .-i,i nrnt
cmcs arc for the icm,
rant. The doctors fo.stcr this
"The neonle." wore tnM
".ire mostly ignorant when it
comes to medical science."
Suppose they are! What
a sick man needs is not knowl
edge, but a cure, and the medi
cine that a:?rs is the medicine
for the sick.
m Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery cures the "do
believes" and the "don't be
lieves." There's no hesitance
about it, no "if" nor "possi-
It says " I can cure you,
cniy do as I direct."
Perhaps it fails occasionally.
The makers hear of it when it
dees, because they never keep
the money when the medicine
fails to do good.
Suppose the doctors went
ca that principle. (We beg
the doctors' pardon. It
wouldn't do 1 )
Choking, sneezing and every
other form of catarrh in the
head, is radically cured by
Dr. Sacre's Catarrh R
I Fifty cents. By druggists.
-Woodyatt's Music House
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
i WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county
FieirjOB arjd Orirarjs.
WEBER, 8TU YVES ANT. DECKED BROS., WHEELOCK
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY", WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR-
Ai.iL GE V Uifcil UKviAJNS.
t3yA f ali lipe 1sq 0f pma'il Musical B3ertfcatdi?e. We have in our employ a it-c!:;s? f.tr, yiLtt
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co
v, www?w& ii'.t'' -v -1
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAG0S
A full ard comrt.-'Tn lir. r.f riuif.,, ...v. o.
? . " ' i i iMmrm atiO cttcr ?j titWntf, 5tctinrt ccr.r,'., c t. ti s
..s-.t.u ...uf n r.ier:er eii.r r-tl: i,rd fit.bb. HiuMnUo I n e Li-l tut.
PUhcatmn. Sec the MuLINii WAGi .N hch re puriLasir.
I-NCORPUllATKIJ DKDKB THB 6TATB LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
bock island, ill.,
Oi-ea dai'.j from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Satardaj evenings from 7 to s o'oocs.
Fire percent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Ferscnal, C:.
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. RSYNOU)!. Pros. ? C. DKNKMASN. Vice-Proa.
P. L. Mitchell, S P. Reynolds, F. C. DcnWmann. JottB Crobunch. il. i Hi;:,
Phi! Mitchell. L. Mmnr.. K. W. HTimt. J. M Bifonl
Jacksom & Hct, Solicitors.
tWRtgnr, V;s;crSs July?, and occtr-y tit- frutht:.ft corner of Mitt!,- ilv,
J. M. '.JL'FORD. Ci-L
5'?:i Kew Trains
FINE5T E yLi ST
s-si- HI. I wirrtiUT i.n-
kit t ITT in'TTTTi li il i mil inn i i-i.i iV i 111 1 1 Ti i -1 l
B m ES M mmmiA
r-r tV c ja
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and. Builder.
OSce and Shop Corner Seventeenth 81.
t- . i .
ua ci.-cu.u AiPQue,
M"A11 kinds of carpenter work a specialty, plant and estimates for all kinds of btr'diui
famtstied on aaoiieation.
Proprietor of thcBrady Street
Ail kinds of Cut Flowers constaiitlj on hand.
Green Bouses Flnwsr ,.,
One block north of Central Park, the largest in la. 304 Braiiscet. D.v.
Jtancfactnrerof all kinds of
-BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes aspecialtj. Hepalrinpdone neatly and promptlr .
" "rcoi joar patronage respactfnily solicited.
1618 Second Avenue, IVk I--
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 1133 Fonrth avenne. Eesidence 1119 Fonrth avenue.
Plans and speciflcatiors furnished on all classes of work; also seer t cf WUkrV t: 1 m
Sliding Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable.
ROCK Isl.AND. I
GEORGE SQIAFEE, Proprietor.
IVW CAM.J A n . . .. -. . . . . .
,w vwuu ftTcuuc, wrner 01 BixieeDui mree Opposite liarpr s ut-asc
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Froa T T . . ri a rAtir