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THE AUG C B, WEDNESDAY, J A N IT AH Y 20. 1892.
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exceeds all others
in strength, purity
nes.i, because cl
its specially re
Gov. Chemist Dr.
Morr: "The Koy.il
is iir.uoubtetily the
purest ami most reli
able biking powder
ottered to the public."
The Fight for the Democratic
MILWAUKEE MEN tEELIXG HOPEFUL
Iloosit-is AYm Lini; tlir "l'iiit:l Mute"
lla kt-t Willi nii-i.li-ralil.- Kflifl est-nn-"
Talkilii; i;ninst J i H Senator
t'niiy V itm u l.ll-l t h-; a u-l of the
I.hsI h( j stoix- Mule fiiukHiii C )iai'Kf
f Irili-ry A;uiii4t S-iiHtnr s-licrniKn"
lmiai.i'i --.! ii-l i I ii 1,1 s-aj I'linin'
diary's An- I'aNe.
WAliri.Tn". .T.in. M. A l.jin.liv.1 Tnm
many lr:iv-.s r.;ln-U W'joliiuvt-.n yt-sti-r-d.iy
to H-si-t N. H- "i'.wk'-i -.-i,t. L f..r tli
national Ii ni!n i;il ii; cfiivi'ijii.u. Two nf
Xpf York's I.Mili-f.. .Icrt'i-r-cin M. I.i-vy mul
i.uij.tri.ia-r -Vj us, r, a, I1..1I tl r i'yMnn
Jay nil t. .Vurs -a tun:. I I.e Xi-w Km;
itinl iniiMi.- Mat.--, i niiiiii ti-t-im-n art-mi;i:i-imous
for N. Y..: k. ami ii.t a few of the
nontl.t n.t-rs w...:iM. ),p h, U eil. votp tliP
saint- vav. '!'!. Iraliiin.-ipulis iU-'.i-l':;. iin
reaclml tia- i-.ty over the N-iinylv;mi:i
roai! Moii'lay .it.eriioon. Mayor St!li;in
ami oili! r r : r 1 i nfur ritizi-ns ale in the
party. The ! Ii ir-itev otint.'itt that the
city -;iti roT'il..r.alilv Indue and fee.l .liMkiii
Iliikiiii; tt-.p '"Pivot ;U State" 'luim.
Editor MorM-, of tlie Indiancipolis Si-nti-lu
l; lluti. 1'. rheeriii. si-on-tary of the
national -.ninii t ii-; Cliiiinnari Thomas
TiiRtrart. of thp Ilciiiocnitie state tentral
committi-e: Senator Vnorlie- and promi
nPiit Jiai ty men of Indiana generally are
TisinK. with considcniljlc foree, the aru
mpnt that it would Ix-tlic N'st of politic
to hold the convent ion in thp "pivotal
titate'' of the Union. Anioni; the latent
arrival are the delegation from Kansas
City, harked liy rjuite a iinniher of iiromi
upnt titi.eiis cif St. iAiuis, that city having
magnanimously resimied alt claims to
Milwaukee lpl Siiih of iuniiig.
AinotiK the earnest boomers of Milwnu
Vee is Governor George Y. Peck, the chief
official of the lladcer state, whose funny
pen of yon? sketched the doiims of 'l'eck's
Ifcwl IHoy." Governor I'eck thinks Milwau
kee in foins to jct the national convention
on her merits and because of the yloiious
triumphs of Itemocracy in the slate of
Wisconsin. ' I feel pretty Pure that we
will win," said the governor '-Cin't tell
yon a word about president ml preferences
out our way. 1'e are after the conx ention,
anil the nominee will i;et Wisconsin's
Vant tn Henr I rmn liieai;.
There was a reiieiva of the rumor 1 hat
Chieafrn would Ik- in t he contest, nml it is
Haul that teleifiams have heen sent to
prominent citizens there askint; whether
Chicaifo would uive the same pledges as
in 14. ( 'ont;resiiiaii ('aide, who will act
for the Illinois memlK-rs. stated that he
would not commit himself to any city
until he knew hat 'hicasjo intended lo
do. Manager J. W. Scott, of The Herald,
assured a reporter t hat Chicago had not
the reinnti-st idea of akini for t lie con
vention, and in fact preferred if would j;o
Western Men l fur Hill.
WASHINOToV, .Tan. 2tl. The contest for
the location of the national Democrat i:
convention is bein largely influenced by
the question (f who shall le the nominee
of that, convention. Western men, espe
cially those from Illinois, are outspoken
against Hill. "There is not the remotest
possibility that New YorlC will tret the
convention unless slip drives positive as
surances of a united delegation fur Grnver
Cleveland," said an Illinois mmi. "The.
west will not suffer Hill to be nominated,
(rover Cleveland or rainier can carry Illi
nois but Hill cannot do it: neither can he
carry a single one.of the doubtful north
for fhree ay'. Qnay swore, and prluced
abundant and .unimpeachable testimony
in confirmation, that the certificate repre
sented -9 .000, that was raise.1 on his per
sonal not to help the Republican State
committee ; that the transaction had noth
ing to do .vith Bardsley's rascality; that
at the tim i llartlsley Ktoxxl as hiub as any
man in PI iladelphia. and that his indorse
ment was simply there because he had
Identified to the honk the man who drew
the money: also that (Juay had the slight
est of ac'ciunintauce with Krl-ley. In
short the implication of the publication
was thoro ighly exploded.
Si.bstant-P of the Defense.
The delence was that there was no
malice; th t the palter secured the electro
tvpe from the Democratic suae com unit. -e
nd print si it a news, comment ing .n it
is su. h, and usius the lu-ail prepared by
the Denncratie committee. The courts
view of th" matter was that the tx-casion
was piivi etred, but the communication
was not. Iiis the duty of the newspaper
man w hen he hears anything the effect of
the public itinil of which is to destroy the
reputation of a cii i.en, to examine care
fully the a!! u't d facis. lie has no riht
to jmbli-.li all thai is dumped into the
A r-n incuts f ottio-el.
t'.iiiiis. l for the defendants h.ul objectcil
to the manner in which the jury had 1k h
selecte 1. c larvinu; th-it ihe prosj-cntion ob
ject sf to tab -.men simply lu-cau-e t hey
were Dein rial-, and in hi-clo-'.nji sjieecii
i lalme.l li at t he jury w a- j acked, say in.
excitetllv: ' ll'anv man should -ay t iiat a
inn was -er beloiv .-elected a- this one
ha- been, le w.na.I be l.r.in.'.e.l a- a liar."
Then y it." retorted Mr. I5uehanan I
the ro-ei nt ion
"1 do sa- it.''
"'i'lieli lei-a li.o . " m laimeti At Wme s
Duihauai: af.l M.otin. 1 h.- jude lirri1
interfered aud is io,.-d or ler.
AerilOt I'tJi-On.v 1'a'llt lillilles.
T.ie pl.e. el.t io!i I .i'l.'Ve.i. alld U hell the
soeer-h. a ere li:;:-!.-t I he j :l v retiKid
:ti;. I a.'ter he'ui:.: .-ti! teot otiuute- r.-ii-
til led i ve -dii-t ol uuiity as indicted. Ti:t
penally ii,a.-n..i i.m void --l.U"! or im-priso:tl!!-t
! 1-eh It i- ItciieVcil t'uat.
Sen. -i: i.i, lav will iu'er. e.ie in lieiia'f of
tl.t .!'.:! ii.;vs;..i I'it ,-:iu:-- now
to pr. a -imii. ir suit a-ain-t The
l'o-t. an.! la ve'- ::.o:-.- to follow.
HE ALLLGf-5 "SKULLDUGGERY."
A e -a (M-1- t;ei !i:,r:;es Si na t or s 1 r
liia I M a !t a:. 1 . o ti III i Im l .
i v,:. -.(..., jo. U. V. Tiernan.
in a -!a. -iai. ; a t i-'-t nilit, declares
thai la- veai.! I '...o,;-; .1. ( '. 1 )oi;ahl-oii.
Senator SI ei i. . - n. .-r. u'iM" in-1 rtic-
tio!. t.. i 1 ! ,:.i '.. ,,:l. r .-: ;. .".no t . i a
la.r 1'U.- n l'n;-i.V. ! ..i-'iiiie:- to o!e f. .r
S'k i iai'.n. 'I :-ri :iii pro !. ,s v, r'a! im an
noi-oiij .,.n a;- -i. i. -. la--ays to. k
laee I. e:..e. .-. in i;al,i-.a and a Sherman
wot kci- h tic- -ctiec of Alcxantier C
C-i'tie. el'i f . a k ..f 1 1.,--. nate. iii a room
ill the Nei 1'. -t l.lol'e t'.le -enatol'-
i a 1 i an."! 'i:.ra:.ri i- a n-u -paper liiiill.
HepJ-e-elil .'Me '1 .1 . I,.!', , 1 ! epl ; 1 n il a II. of-
f.-ii-l a re- .iniioa iii :i.e ia.u-e y i ster.lay
al: riKs.ti o i o ! !'i. ; an fis,:n the floor.
!: " a- ret !! : , ; , ,:ei.i it tee on )ioii-e.
SAYS THAT TH: SENATOR LIES.
Jll-li 'p f iat. I K. to Serintor Pow
W -iitv :-:ts. .Ian. '.--Justice Stephen
J. l'ield. --f the United States supreme
c.iuri. ha- w rit ten a. courteous and di'iii
lie.l note to sciciior I'ow.-r. of Montana,
liskiiti; Iii 'it for ;oi e plaua-ion of the
charires m i.l. b him that .lu-tiee I'iehl
was a lotit vi-t enua-e.l in oett int judues
named in the interest of laud ejiant rail
roads. The charues wen- MiM made to the
iriiiiwl ion ni!rc held recently at Helena,
jMont., ami a train Monday in an interview
ill Chicao.. When this,, charges were
called tot if at teal i..n of .1 u-t ice "ield he
very prof! itly i har.u t ri.el the -;ateu,eul
as a fai-eh io.I.
QUAY WINS A LIBEL SUIT.
II in Journalist le Opponent Fonml iiiill v
on a rlmlnnl i hurge.
IiKATT:R, I'h., Jan. JU. Near the close of
the last political campaign in this state
mime one got possession of a certificate
among the pajte.rs of the Keystone bank
having the nanieof Senator (Juay attached,
with au indorsement by John Iiardsley,
the dcfuultinc Philadelphia treasurer. The
paper was piven to the Democratic mair
ngcrs Olid the central committee had a
fac simile of it (lectrotyprd ,ind sent it
broadcast to Ileuiocraiic papers in the
atate with a slip of paper eoniaitiini a pne
posed "scare" head, the first line beini;,
HJtiHy. T(K, Was in It." the object Ik-mc;
to connect the senator with Hard-ley's
Btalings. One of the pa)ers which re
ceived, published and commented m the
certificate was The1 Star, of this city, ami
Quay immediately entered criminal liln-l
suits against the editor of The Star and
Ttia Testimony for the Senator.
Si-hiltiin; Has s-ancuiiip llites.
Mll.W I Hi I-. .I.ill. P.I. Koljelt Slhillillej,
M-creiary i' I he uat iouul coinuMitee of I he
Labor par' y. s.ai.1 e-teiday I hat the Peo
ple's lart at the i,et presidential ehs-tioti
will surely (any Kan-a-. Nebra-ka. North
Ual.ota. S. iit h 1 l.ikota and Minnesota, and
if the IVnocrats nominate a man who is
opposed to free coinaire of silver the Peo
ple's party will also carry Soiah Carolina,
North Carolina, Virginia. Georgia, Louisi
ana, Arka-isas. Kentucky, Tennes-e, in.b
ably .Mi-S! uri and po idly Oreiron.
Kpiiil.lieun Xatioiial ('011 entiou.
Cttp Ano .Ian. iH A. L. Conner, of Ohio,
and II. C. Payne, of Wisconsin, memlxrs
of the national licpublican mini ill iltei-.
met the M nneapolis eommitti-e which has
the arrani: -ineiits for the Ilepubiican con
vention it charoe t the Grand Pacilic
yestPrday ami accept is 1 the pluns offereil
by 1 he. .Miiineapoli- men for the convention
hall in the ex-posit ion buildim;. The hall
is to Im- nu.-.lc to seal PJJ.-ia persons.
levrlaiiil S.thiteil at w Ihrriu.
.1 tll!-:AV-, J1111. io. .Mr. Cleveland,
with Chtii les Jefferson, his host, reached
New Ibi ri,' Monday niu-hf. A lare crowd
met. him re New Iberia station, and wel
comed hiii with a salute of twenty i;imis.
He was esi orted in a carriHi;e waititu; to
01)E TO ETEILXITY
Death Pilots a Merry Party 01
EIGHT PERSONS INSTANTLY KILLED
Anil Kery Otlit-r Member of tile I'arty
Wuuiolcil. Sfo-nil Terribly So The
Meiuber Knn Don 11 by a Waha-li
1 ruin List of thi KIH'I ami lnjir-il
An loua Mankf-r Vlak-sa I'atnl Mi-takt
in a 1ih-ai;o IIot-l.
SI. Lull-. Jan. 'Jo. At P:.Vi ;a-t ex 11
iti.i; as h foil; hoi-sp sleitfh load of twenty
one persons. inclnihT- of the Clover Leaf
club, was eointc north on Sarah street. and
as the lear p.iir of holscs and the forward
lxihsof ihe ieieh were on tile tiacK-. they
wen--t 1 ui k by a Waba-h w.-'liouud p .s
seiifjer train. No. :.'o!. at theWalKi-h rail
way 111, ii.a. The colored driver and
seven of tin- party were instantly killed
atid t tie oi l.i-i s more 01' le-s sei ioii.-i v in
jmi d. The dead were taken to t lie m. .1 ,.e
w hile the injureil Uele brollaht in 0:1 tin
train and v.viv taken to tliL-ir homes.
1 lie l.i-t i.rllea.l ill il At ...ill, le I.
l-'ollowino are the ca-unlt i.-: Kiie-d-Kre.i.
iii k NVi.!it, barkeeper, of tai
Clty: -1. C. S.l.iellle. l'hi.a'o; t.l:-!a.e
Neiihei t. hartendi r: V.'ilii.i'i, Krone. -fames
Conn..!-. 1'. 'o:, Jlehren. A I Mailer, bar
tender, head cut. oil'; Andy St, -p!n n-. u.
c.-'.ored "driver- ali of thi- -i r v.
Wo ,:i.!.-.l ( h.i-;.-, l-'n-v! !.,;!. i.--hr-.i-ia
111,,! t. rrihly 1:1 alnen head and
body : . I: run - lktiTett. slightly; an .iiikmain
man. lef: aim cot oil' and -kn i I f i ,-u t tired:
oilier- more or le-s !r'.ti-. d. and all, -o te.r
a- kn. .v a. of 1 hi- ci: v .
i aii-cil liy :t l(,ti,i:ui si,it..
.t l'.e I 1 I , e ol the ;.e l.ielil tlniei-a
Steep hiil Wi.i. ii h.i- 'heel! ll-ed I'V pel -ol,-
intl.e !-a-i-l:iior,.:..,.Kl dmin the priei.t
fold -l ap :-a -01 1 ot toV.oea:i i,J... Tin
slide down ine l.ii! had- across t lie tai!
ro.el tr.-t.-ks. A di-astel- or a -eri .11-n. ' i-d'-nt
ha- o. . n j.ieo.eied at 1 his -ji.,1, b it.
the yon u-i lak- only l.-muhed at the
I'.loph.ts alei k.-pl lip Ihe.r ilan.-fois
MACE A FATAL MISTAKE.
A National I'.-mk l'n -i.lent A eei.l 1 ait it i j
"I ti 111s on lite t 01s.
('.in M,o. .Tan. '.M. . -John W. l..o,i, pr. -".-il.i.;
of the lo-i.i Sta:.- Na: ioi.al ha.:. k of
Sioux t 'ity .! a.. .lied the Dowiiim le-tel
Vc-t -t-.lay , 1 a-jihy , Mr. 1 ' ...,-!
Went to 1 he hotel a..,, pi 1 oYaick Moivl iy
liiorniiiu. eer::I hoii.-- ia'.-r t in-oih.r of
tin was i-etect-d in tl,- ha ii i "ay .-rid was
tiae.-l to Hood'- loop,. Th,. ',!,,-- Mi:s
burst ope!! and Hood wa- f. ai'id l.in.; ii'.-coti-s
-ions i u the im'.. On.-of 1 he uas jels
v.is t iirin-1 on. tio.niwas revived v. nii
oul l-e-dieal aal.
alleil II. e tloeloi- Ton l iml li.
He v .i--ui,,io-i-l I.i be lecoM-riilK lint il
ye-U r-i.'.y nioniiiit. wiien hi- syniptoiu-bi-.-aine
alaiiniiiir and a physician was
fi'irnatoTied. Ilood raiediv -..ri-w Wol"-ea;:d
dad -hortiy alter the d, tor an ived. I'i'e
laiier said thai if 1 e had be.-n called in
time heionhi in ai! prob.loiiiiy ,;,vi-sni,l
the 111 ill's life. It is sIlplM.sed flint Hood
accioentally lurueii on the ias af;-r ha-.-in
C ex", illy ai.-l.cd it.
SECRETARY ELAINE'S ILLNESS.
It Is not si-uTi-. tint J.eavt- Itiiu I ullt
Washington, Jan "Jo. When Secret ary
Pilaine for ihe second time in a month hud
to leave a abinct nieethinow -ini to naiiseu
there was i diided stir in the cabinet,
w hich was reflected outside w here -ople
wondered liow the secretary would he able
to iff) throt th the excitement of a political
caui)iain f sub ject to such sudden indis
positions. The trouble was, apparently
the same a-i the previous one dyspeptic
and as he rose from his chair he irrew dead
ly pale ami tottered forward.
Not Well I.iioiil-Ii To . Out.
He was t;ieu t ome in Watmmaker's
camaLTe. The cihiI, damp air seemed to
revive him bur as in- entered Ids hoTne his
face was very paili.I. Ijite last niniit it
was anno meed that he had ent ire) y re
covered, mid v as busy with his corre
spondence, lint he Lad to .-end reirrets to t in
cabinet banquet nt the White House last
The liiilttriiz in Lonilon.
Loynov, Jan. V. TnfltienKa iu vhi tuo
tropdis ha reached the proportions of an
epidemic which is rapidly spreadiud ntid
increasing iu ioienee. The total number
of cases re orted daily s t;oino up by leaps
and liound; and the ailvance in the dea. u
rale is beta min a cause of alarm.
Five B uiolreil Men Out of AVork.
SuliAXTOy", I'a., Jan. 'JO. A coal hrenker
owned by the Lead ing Coal and iron cotu
'pauy her- was burned yesterday; loss
(23,000. Five hundred men are thrown ont
ProcpeiHuKit In Senate antl House.
Washisoton, Jan. ). The senate, with
an average attendance of not more than
twenty-live members during the greater
part of the day, discussed the La Abra
claim till adjournment. During the
morning hour public building bills were
passed appropriating about .soo,OiX, one of
which gives f t.,t1 for a building at Jack
sonville.. Ills. Hills were passed to aid
South Dakota to support a school of mines,
cT-J.lniO a year; to increase the accommoda
tions at the Detroit marine hospital, t"J0,
tiOO; anil after an executive session the sen
The holism galleries were crowded in the
expectation that the president's message
on Chili would lie sent in, but it was not.
A bill was i,issed fixing the time for hold
ing circuit and district courts in the west
ern Wi-'coiisin district. The bill to gener
ally regulate the printing and distribution
of public dociiuii-nts took up the remain
der of t he day. The bill was finally laid
on the lable l:!T lo pi killing the bill so
far a-the house is concerned. 'I he house
t lu n adjoin ued.
Tin- low a Legislature.
IM jiuii-. Jan. The legislature
yesterday did little more than to canvass
l!n-vi.u-ior -om-i nor. A lew bills were
introduced !i. the l.oii-c, the one of part ic
uinr importune.- being ihe Hi-publican
measure for baih i r.-loini presented by
Kepie-etitai im- N'oi a is. ,.f Delaware. It is
a M-iy oh.noi.oii- inea-iire, and is a com
bination of t'.e . hi.-! features of the laws
of the -eMsal -tvi -. t .oM-riior Hoies w ill
be iiintigur.-ited at 'J:ao i hi-afternoon.
Heat the Vy n.1 l,l"s llikf" Kt-iortl.
C'Hl' A i . Jan. -i. Three riders broke
tlie w oi 1.1's I e-i t .Mi .i iy lecoid iu ihe six
thly I. icy i le race !a-t tduhl. The best pre
vious r cord as-.ii'.t, t ip:I. s. lia-ale at lios
ton hl-t Dei ember. At the close-of yeSTer
tiiy's v-ii ing Ashinger had covered
mill s S lap.-: Stage, Li. ! inl,e- s laps, and
Lamb 'jot mi'...
A Siiliiier 'In !. tl.iitgeil.
0',iH. Jail. '.i1. -Tli-.lnpcler D:oIl.of
Twenty tii-t infantry, w ho killcil Corpot-al
Carter in an nltcf at i.-n about a colored
fctruiiipet, ha- been seutinccil by Judge
Dundy, of tin- I uit.-d States court, to be
hanged Apt il "J.1. The ca-c will lie appeal
ed to the supreme court.
A Measure Dial wi.l .Make Their Ollti e-Mm-f
"W -iiii. ... Jan. -.li. -1 uiiiinings ,,f
New 'l.lk Ulllodln-d iu the hollsc yester
day a i.iii i n paivd by the recent meeting
of fourth-class postmasters in the country
to lix. the coiniieiisnt ions of .ill fourth class
postmasters upon the basis of commis
sions upon I he amouui of post. -ige stamps,
stampid envelopes, postal ( aids, new -paper
and periodical stamps cancelled on
matter actually mailed at t heir otlices and
on postage-due stamp actually affixed and
cancelled, and on matter on railway postal
cars and credited to their re-jM-ctive ofiiccs.
ami on amounts received for wa-te jiapcr.
dead printeil matter sold, at the fol
lowing li.tes; On the first llo ntld
less jier (juarter. loo p,-r cent.: on
the next slon or less no ,er cent.;
on t he next 'iuti or less jH-r iiarter -Vi s-r
cent and on the liahinee 40 er cent., and
in addition all box rents received at their
offices. The bill also provides that the
commission allowed shall not exceed t2M
in any one of the first t hree-piarters of the
fiscal year and iu the last quarter of each
fiscal year there shall be allowed such
further sum a-the po-l ma-ter i-ent illed
to under this bill, not exec-ding for the
whole fiscal year, for such commissions,
i ariltnal Malinintt's Itoily.
1aiM'N, Jan. ".U The body ol the late
Cardinal .Mali uing was removnl from the
Chapic!le Ardent of the archepiscopal
residence last night, and tukeu to the
lirompton oratory, where the filial futietal
services will beheld. The body was en
closed in a Collin and conveyed in a plain
hearse, w ith t he least possible ceremony.
A iiuuilx-r of children f i urn I he adjacent
Konian Cat holic orphanage lined the street
with lighted candles in their hands.
Charged With Criminal C arelessness.
Chicago. J.iti. in. After an inquiry
covering seven days into the cause of the
1 oiler explosion in the big Springer build
ing, by which five men lost their lives, the
coroner's jury lias brought in a verdict
fixing the responsibility for t he disaster on
Warren Sprinuer, owner of the building,
and four of his employ es, for negleei ing to
have the boilers properly repaired a:id pro
vided with -afely appliances. Capiases
were issued for their arrest.
Let it ;o l All .11 cans.
Ni-w Yoi;. Jan. J;. Henry (J. Dowd.
otherwise known as "Jack the Slasher,"
was arraigned in the general session-court
yesterday to plead to the indictment found
against l:iiu of assault on William Mulie-.
His counsel entered a plea of not guilty
with the privilege of withdrawing the
name. The prisoner was then remanded
until tomorrow. f convicted Dowd will
be likely to to to prison for ten years, the
l.ee's Kirtliflay a Tecul Holiday.
Atlanta, Jan. -ti.-Georgia wa the first
stale lo make the birthday of Hubert K.
Lee a legal holiday. Yesterday his auni
ver.try whs oliserved uli over the state. In
Atlanta, there was u great meet'ig lat
night, with an address by CnTitrcss-nan
OT'erial i.nd afterwards a lianqiiet by the
Virginia society in honor of O'iVnal.
It Waa Only Sel-rt for Unties.
PlllLAHf.1 i'aia. Jan. till. A large lot of
foivign siH-inlistic litem! tire was sci.ed I v
i tiie cu-doni olliciais Monday. It came by
! the steam, r Switzerland. As there i no
. law pi-m iding for the seizure the literature
w ill In-released on the payment -of dm iet).
TcrriMc 1 alalily iii a l'aniily.
S:'i:im. N'.m.ikv, Minn., Jan. A
nio-t peculiar and fright fill quadruple ac
cident occurred near this city Sunday.
Frank O-tiiii.der, a farmer, had the mi
t' jt tune to cut his leg w hile- chopping. He
was l.iapi-d bv ii i. nds to his home
and bed. That evening l.ii wife,
in a delicate condition, went out
to l.iilk a cow, and wa- kicked nearly
to death bv the vicious brute. She man
aged to crawl to he house where w ithout
a helping hand she gave birth to tw ins.
Short iv afterward the twins died. The
burden of grief and pain was too great fir
the tn ithir and she died an hour later.
The father in a frenzy of grief endeavond
to rise from his lied and started his ic-
j u fed leg to bleeding. iJefore he cou.d
reach the side of ids il-nd wife and babe
he bled to death.
1 lie t'opt- in Kit-client Health.
IloMK. Jan. Mi't'signor Kirby, the
pope's sccfctaiy, replying to questions on
the subject, has written a letter to the f f-
f.-ct that the pontiff's Lcal'li is excellent
iu spite of the assertions to the contrary.
Killed l.y an Ol.l shell.
Bkki.iv, Jan. '. A miner of Saar-
Louis, named Uurbach. his wi'e and child,
have Is-en killed by the explosion of a
shell which tltev laiir.d ou the old battle-n.-ld
New Hank for liiiliana.
W asiumiTvN. Jan. VX The National
Uxchatige bank, of Anderson, Ind., cap
ital 1.,IK. has beeu aut hori.ed to begin
Acrpt-il Willi the spiitiuient.
In really quaint oid fashioned houses it
is very much in keeping to have suggestive
phriLses over the fireplaces. In one such
house in New Kugland is inscribed over
the library andirons, "Old wood to burn,
fdd books to read, old friends to talk," and
in the dining room 1 he cheer of t he family
altar if. sung in Scotch phrase, "East, west.
Lame's the best.-'
That these inscriptions are not common
is evidenced by a story concerning the lat
ter. A lady entering t he dining room at
once noticed the lettering. "Ah," she said,
readiog, "w hat's this? 'East, west, ham's'
the Ix-st..' That's mi ham is good; I quite
agree with you,'' she finished, turning
with a smile to her atnused listeite. New
Jlt.-ifi ions favorite
fd'i, cent?rs in tliat fatnous, fascina
ting ramei lawn toiiiiis.
But tbcre are woim-n who cannot
encage in any pastime. They are
delicate, feeble and easily exhausted.
They are sufferers from weaknesses
and disorders peculiar to females,
which are accompanied by eallow
complexions, expressionless "eyes and
1'or overworked, worn - out,"
"run-down,'-' debilitated teachers,
milliners, dressmakers, fceamstresses,
"shop-girls," housekeepers, nursing
mothers, and feeblo women gen
erally. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription is the greatest earthly
boon, being uneqaak-d as an appe
tizinfr cordial and restorative tonic
It's the only medicine for women,
sold by druggists, under a positive
guarantee from the niukera, of sat
isfaction in every case, or money re
funded. Tki cnarantce has bece
vaitutuijy carnetl ut for years. ,
Woodyatt's Music House
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for Ibis county of tin
FieirjoB etrjei Oro-ai,
WEBER, STU YVES ANT, DECKED BR08., WDEEL0CK
ESTEY, AND GAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
HAND & YOTEY ORGANS.
'A f .ill line l?o of fmn'.l Mui-ical mirchsralii-e. We rave in o::r rn p'oy a Cr-t c' a-)" si
THE MOLTNE WAGON,
The Moline Wae on Co.,
Manulacturers ol FARM,SPR1KG AKD FREIGHT WAG03:
A full and complete line of riatform and otter Sjnii p Hiftr;, cfj eriaily acs; t. r. t. ZZ.
n crura mweai Eoprior woiktr ati-l ! nai Iii h. llluin mil rue LiM tn . A
PlutiatinD. s.ce tCe jnui.lJi WAtK N before purctaiEi:.
INCORFOEATSD CKDEB TH3 ETATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK island, ill.,
Open daily from t a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evening! from 7 to So'dot k.
Five percent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Perscnal, C; -lateral,
or Real Estate Security
K. P. RHYNOLDS, Pre. T C. DKNKMANN, Vice Pres. J. M. BCTORD, Ca.-: v
P. L. Mitchell. S. P. Reynoldi, P. C. Denkmann. John Crnbaugh. H. P. Hall,
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, K. W. Hnret, J. M. Bnford,
Jaoksok & llciiiT, Solicitors.
I" Began business July 8, ISM), and occupy the fentbeast corner of Mitchell & Iv.-a 'r ,i
THE POSITIVE CURE.
IKtY BROTF7FR fi Wim SU Now Tort PrlcotacU.1
- : M -m
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
: : Rock Island.
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth 6k
and Seventh Avenue,
"All kinds of carpentor work a specialty. Plana and estimate for all kinds of tai'.dia
fnrnlsfceo on application.
Proprietor of tncBrady Street
TBI OSE tT
AJ kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand.
Gnn 0n v . Flower Storc-
Oae blo-k north of Central Park, the largest In la. 804 Brady street, t'av- Lr
Mannfactnrer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes aspt-clalty. Repatrlxoone neatly and promptly.
A share of y otir patronage respectf oily solicited. , T
1618 Second Avenue. Rok I-" "
C. J. W. SCHREHTER,
Contractor and. Builder.
1121 and 1123 Fourth aTenue. Residence 1119 Fourth tvi n ie.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work: also aprM cf Wil'.tr's 5'-: -''
Sliding Blinds, something new, stylii-h andiicMral.ie.
ROCK 1-I.AX3. U-
Opera 22oixse SalooU
GE0EGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Arenne, Corner of Blxteecth 8tree - Opposite Harper's Tttatre.
The choicest Wine
Free Lunch tttj j '. "
-and Cigars always on
X owiches Fnrnlf hd on Sho t ?ot