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till: A HOT, MONDAY. JAN IT A it t 1:5,1892.
Highest or all in Leavening Power U. R. Govt RrTKrt, Aag. 17, 1SS9.
WILL HE DROP OUT?
The Question How Asked as to
DLPE5I53 05 T7H0M TOU APPECACE.
Lawlessness on Top for Twenty-Four
A EA!7C nrG vTTTZOUT THE S3TEITF,
PreeleI by a Train IIo!!-ry aad I'ol
lofieil by a 1 ii-rre f Sjfht with th Itoail ,
A ii t f.neh-r and Kohber Joom-j t
Totthr. fl3-h on Hi Own .-heme In- '
tent A H?owW Mnnti-rer tmng Up '
One ItuMir, I noii uf .rnor I ran
ei, rtiilf-il A Trairal Tim-. f
Pua-v-T.n. Kan... Tin. iS. Tie Irnrb-'
ins of K'--rt M-:.!-r at l.a.:rir. Mo., 1'ri-I
day fcLri.t. f- r the niurl-r of Mr. (jot-Ury '
and ter US'! S'ir:Uy. -Jan. IT. r.enr th.it'
p!.as f-.ilo(v-l by a -ri-rif most !- ;
tir.Al -v-r:i. .ft.-r the ruunJr in Rart'.n
ff'imtv i!. j.;-r v.j tk.n to Xtrva l ai:l
plar-fl in ;';iil f. r r-iff-i -r.ln;r, citiyi-n of
Umsr a:.! r.ri'..v ri.l Laving d--laril ;
tti(-ir itite:j'i n lynching tte ccwar-llyi
afrasir). T '..- Il-irton county men were,
3etnitr:'-l 'it ike the la'.v into th-ir oun
hari. L-r.vnvr, en-l V if thf-rn went to '
tn'm Den. Koweri-r. sent t?je fu'.lo-Jr.u di-p-arh
to Kurt r-'U: -Watch f'r two ittca,
no bagt.:r-, i"tih a.p!m!!tT. r?:e some
what taii-r than tSe u-hi-r. TV-tr are
wantM fvr irlj!i:ir 1'aci!:? ptjjn-M train
here tiiL-i nioriiir:. Are e-jttjit lovart
jour ;ity 0:1 a n-ii.ht.'"
Mnrdt-rel a f'uliet-iuan.
At T o"i iixA. Sjtuni.ty tii-r::ti;r i1
Esa -3. B. M(ln!.Tt.' -i-'--i. l uu
lit? it the i'-n r-vou ar;-i i i f -t-sti.-ru at
Fort r-ctrtt. hw twti n;-n a-x -rT ti.r nTt!:
Inm. frei.'l.t train, v. Licit Lad ju-t arrive. 1.
He hi 1 I the Cam, ute of wfc-.-ru -hot Lira
uea-J. 15-jth strangers t ht-u rsnawav. A
few B i&'Ues after the -i:')jt!::4 3 rakei:i:a
ili-x the two p.Lr'i hi-i-
in a frtiht ar, at.t U'.ti:i-d a riilriil
detect ire, who h;ul ttj'i.'; fr-tn l-i:;: ir :u
pnrMl t of the n.-n. 1 he 3-!e.tiv, sux-ufu-pau:e.
Ly a L"iiitel stated i;:a.r-Lii al th
city r !!-. I.al .f Frt ;t. iuini-iiiateiy
pave sr'iit on th r-R-tirer train. th
frt:s;b- traia wish the l-t.!it. aboanl LaT
pciie ! -,;it in !: r-'-.int:jji.
The Train IioMer in a Hole.
Tl:e- ;S'"cer? oveit.. i; the fr-:abt train at
Mit'. m. tie n..- fr r:i h'Te.
where it Moppi f t a -w n!-ine:it. The
Hi Opponent .r O-iite Poolttre Tliat
He I Aniion to I-ue a With3rawa!;
Hi friend Jct a Sere Thvt lie Is
Not Aa AerUn That He I Like
ISIaine, witii Und I p I'.f:i.!y for the
LicLlnini Hetnari t frota llolb Frienc
Nlw Vi.iiS, Jan. ij. The M-'rr tl.nt
t'le-.vhitiil hti.-l pra'tically wiiLurai a .- -. a
t ui'il.i it-; for t5is Borciaati-m. .-:-l h vl
oalf hv-n kept from formallr a'J!.-; ;:. .
the f.u t thri.':ch the ener-tic rT- r. f
-)n:e of hU j.rrr:.ii friiris r.-.;i ie a -m:-ine
seu-atioti in poKti-t! c:r.-!. Mny
wssrej fr:en N f f CIevean-l trf ;'.-e to fve
lieve the M'lry jsnd ileilare t Uat th-re ;i"-t
he iRf inN?;.he al-.nt it. lint '-'Ler" l.n
are in the cot.fi-IenM? f the es-pr:-! nt'
ia':!;a'e fnnis ju!:itte 1 t h-t ; h--!
nief.t .f f 1, -veian-i's j-iti-i:i w su-;an-tli!':y
Hlti a loit!on I.ike 1'lntne.
"r.e thinsr i- c-ert-iin." ;!! a treRtlerian
OBSEQUIES OF JUSTICE BRADLEY.
The SerIea Attended bjr Hi Ateociatea
aod Others Kmiaeat-
Washesgtos, Jan. 21. Funeral .serices
oeerthe remain of the late Associate
JoMioe Bradley were held at his residence
in this city at 3 o't-hjtk ywterday inoruiEsr.
At hi borne sonie time before the services
began there was a oastant stream of peo
ple who pAwed in and out of the library
where the ca.-ket with hi rercaiM rened.
athX took a la-.t look at the features of the
Prominent Men at the Funeral.
Aniens thre who atteaded the f-jneral
were Chief Juti-.e Fuller and the other
associate of the di-vl Justice; Mrs. Ilarri
n. acfrompanle-l hy private secretary
HalfonI; Vi-e Fr-s; lent Morton: all the
members of tbe cabinet, except secretary
liUii.e; .Soliuror tieteral Tatt, a 11 timber
dt en;it',r and repre-T:t uves. a laree
repre-etitat ija of tiie local bar and attaches
of the supreme court. 1 be -rvices were
brief b:t imprv-lve anl were cond acted
1-yKfv. Or. iuirT:-'.'.. of the New York
A vei:r. l'rt-hyrri n ch'.irch. aUteil by
Uev. Iir. liaaiK.-i. of the L'burch of the
l'ove:::t:it. he:i th-y were concluded the
r-i:i -.i:: ivt p-:! Va.-d a trtin and for-v;ir.i.-i
t' Ne-.v.-irk, where (he burial took
: '..v e thi al't-r;: )!! ::t 2 o'clock.
J ' i that
! will u'.-t l::a.e a f.:it f r the
"n. i'.:s j.i-Hii n -i.i.i.rir to
L-'e-l th.-t theT were
it in wreaking nnr.n'.arv ven
(react-". They uere uV.l orvitiiz"! ai:.l
prx-e'I-l their work in a quiet atid
ordeily iiiaii!1-r. j
The Mob .et It lelim. J
The riiii i-.rr'v-i there aioa'. 9 o'cio-.k; I
and th ni-,b went 'raiht to the jail at:d
urT7iiriile-l the b;:ii-lini?. The sheriff cf i
Barton county w a on hand, and as fyva as
lie Lean! the mob n in the city heh-vt-i
enedtothe jiiiarid Ettempte,! to cet the '
pri-x.ner away before they arrivcl. He u '
too lite, however, a the mob had n;r-,
ro'iii'JJ the biiiLiinj; -! -re te K l-Ls
inan out i.f ;' il. H.- then pet: ted into au i
outh-i-e itii Ii-;!' r. w ith the hr-ev-f;
eliidir.if thern. hot th U-!',t live was:
jfn fo-ir.d am! the pri-o:iep taken. 'oi.e I
of the niob i.-.i-ke-I. A t.n a- it eot I
the prix.r.er it ht:irt-.-t d-W& tL n layi
track wi:h l.i:n. I
Militia Mat a Little late.
The prii.. r 1 t -jfl h r !: -r-y. but the
mob hid r.'i rijeri y. They i.:ar-hed to
NaM'i J ;?'" iin. two ti-.ii-- "nt h cf tow n. 1
and hait.-d t. await axi cuT-'ii train d:e
in a h.Tt tirtif. A a- the aiari.i u:ts
jfiven t aj t.'iin M:t he.l a!!el oi;t Com
pany H of the rn:iiiia au 1 tried in p'.r
nit. X - of th: action was iutmediatelr
famed to the n:,b. anl luen were
fcelectei to hurry the pri-onep on w hile the
remainder of the mob waited at the junc
tion. When the militia arrived there and
foand the pri"iiep cone it wa decided to
lie nele to foiiow further. It had U-en
planrel by the im.b th:t ti.-o-e who
bad remained at the jancti-.n ijoTild 1-oani
the train there, w bile tho-e in charge
hon'.d l.-'.rry t-n.
The Law ie VVurk Done.
Furrher ! i !i the r'.-i.l the icnarrl which
had the prisoner ianiei the train am!
they ai! w ent a- f ir I-iniar, w here they
protedel ti cjtry out th(-ir purp!. Hy
thi time the pri-oner had reirained eotn
poure. lie ?aid that if he hail co!ii!nittel
the crime with which he was chatvel he
was drink atid iiid not recollect anything
about it. There was iio n-an why be
should do it, he sai l, a the (ioodleyn ha-1
always lieen his ljet friend and he bad
nothinK w hatever fci'in-t thetn. A dozen
ready bands then pulb-d the rope and in a
few moment the body w as iet danlin
in the air.
1 he Crime If epler t onimittef.
On the afterno"ti of snnday .Tan. IT,
Hepler cal)el at the Goodiey residence,
knowing t hat OocxUey was away. After
a few commpiace remarks to Mrs. Coodiey
he walked to the window to see if any one
was approaching. He then to.k an iron
poker and l-at the woman's head in a most
horrible maimer. Her head wax ain.o-t
ncalpol and lith jaws broken, the lsri-s
protntdina: throuch the fb-sh. H-stdes l,(-r
finders were nearly all broken. The ;.-?-leys'
little lioy. Jay, a:el 4 years, was th.-n
taken by the ankles and his bra:tes chi-h-ed
out against the wall. Hejder then
atrnck the little trirl, F.va, with the fifiker,
inftictiiiK a blow that renlereil her uncor.
nciotis. The crime was coinniitte for the
pnrx"ise of robliery. lleplep leaver a wife
and live cLiulren in oestitute cirenni
THE LYNCHERS' TRAIN ROBBED.
'nrther Interest Alled to the Occasion,
and More Killint;4.
When tbe IJarton county men were
on their way ltack from Nevada to Ijiii.ir
with the mtirdererotis brute they bofirdeil
tbe train fit Nassau Junction, two miles
aonth of Nevada. A. C. I'.arreft, traveling
passenger acent of the Missouri I'acific,
twas cn the train, and w hen the mob pot on
be went from the smoker into the com
bined baKt-'aire and express car to fret out
of tbe w-y of the crow-d. Just as the train
atarted two mask ed men entered tbe ex
press car and frave tbe usual command to
the occupants of the car to hold up their
bands. Two cleainine revolvers reinforced
tbe command, w hich was instantly olieyed.
Twik What Pleased Them.
While all the hands were up the robbers
went through the pockets of the men and
took w- hat pleased their fancy. Mr. I la r
rett did not say anything about the express
company's safe beiusf robbed and bad tbe
idea that about $70 or &) was all that was
aeenred by the robliers. They took three
$3 sold pieces out of Sir. J .arret t ocket
but did not bother bis watch or chain and
returned letters and paers to him after
examination. The pockets of the express
and bagK"Ke men w ere similarly ransacked
and tbe trio were kept holding up their
hands while the train ran twelve miles to
Mob and Kobber -et OflT Together.
"When the mob left the train the robbers
-pot off also and mixed in the crowd. It
was dark and au easy matter for the men
Xo escaie tinder such favorable circum-
atances. The excitement over the lynch
ing was so intense that little attention
was paid to the news of the robberv. The i
lowed :-l mad jm effort to .-a. The
r - &r tnsin, tos ever, was tlose i-
hind t- e feei.d.t when ii -t. jMr-I, and the
the cfSioeps q li'.kty s ;rr un '1-1 the car and
tailed uf jt the two tiin to s;rrej:d' r.
They r fu-ed. and the .;7ic-r pernsined on
t!ue f- :,-v.t tn-i :i 3:. 1 h-.-ld tiietos.ea
pri.M r in the iox rr.
hi otin: at L.ir!i Other I n Itoate.
They f --i.-e-l h-.-ts al.v-f oritn
ously r tv.e-n Mi itr.t and this 5 hate
throu- 1 the ends of the car. LlTiecf the
t!:tti w. - wc:;rdol fcy a hnd ,f l.uckho.
Ad:stih was sent to this city asking
ti:at a p.e, meet tie freight train at the
de;t. The :: ws ,,:i hand and sv.r
ro:;:i lei! the car Ai-.:n were the m n
cor.-ma to sttm-nder, and a.ain tiiey
refu-ed The two i;pr.rrsonel ti.eu firvl
thro;-.-! the of the car at random.
.-.:.d the p..-v ri.!MTil the lire with ':u-tiie-,e(s.
,-,r. 1 revoiers.
Some Well Sped Itnliets.
The : ;i-i!;;u!e hinted p.early an hour, at
the end f which time the man wvtit.d.si
by the t.tickshot was in a critical c.'-r.di-tion.
A bail from a Winchester killed his
compan on. and the wounded tntui then
nirred. retl. He was nisi woundisl by a
rifle bal . The wourntisi man is Charles
Meyers, of 1Y Kevnohls Kreet, Kansas
t'lty, K; n. The coroner held an inouest
and seairlie.i t!,r-Ijoiiyliaditi a Ltdy's yo.d
waih. Ill.Ain n.oney and su.e bo-i-vS
and trii kets.
Wa a dot frncr'l Cousin.
The ib ad roblier svas identiCeii as James
Francis. lie is a cct;-in cf Governor
Iraucis, of Missouri. nnd gn-atly resembles
that ofhi iah He w as heir to a larj;e estate
near Ha timore which had been left in
trust by his father. Francis Kettina the in
come. 1 he two robbers were pn.fes-ional
fe-ambieri and had plenty of raouey.
c: c: u
that i.i i-.r. lilaine." fliward Fleming, the
eiiitop ,f the II i;Ialo Courier, which 1
ep.'1-t's old home' or.-tiii. i- sr.-.pj.intf at
th" H- ::":iiaa Iiot!. said i.-: -Cle elaiid's
friends have known for a !.-na tittle thts
he w.,s jf;t a cttndida-.e for the pr identirtl
ti' .initiation in the ti.ti:-! ats-eptance t f th; t
term. I thit:iv if the Ilei;.-- rtt'ic oi.m
tiou n-:Tiit:tes t.'i..-vt.-hit.d hewiii L.cc tt,
altboVirh I do ri'-t Is-'iev-. that he is in any
E-rtl-e se.-V;r. '.he UO'tdli ti i II."'
Holman Ie!iee th. story.
.Tu lue .'ohn A. Holn,-.. of I':di;,t,arvd X
a:d: ' I rsve been in .'- York s,-vernl
mouths ;.' nditsr to P :s;n"-s affairs, an 1
have hnd sn -ppor:tn:ty of t I v inir t he
drift d poiifs.rs fr-i.t this j.int. '1 U r-
S'lit of ti:ts ! til C-i!-e II, e to think tiat
t'lo eland is actually -n 'he point ot doitu:
ju-t what wa today st.,te,i." .loiin C.
rhe ban. brother of IJentnint tiovernor
sheeinn. was i tx.li red to la-lieve the stoty
that ' :e- 1 -land had deeid-d to .ititx.unce
hi- withdraw i.1 a- a caudidate !.r the
Ierr,-1 n'ic n!.t:ilT:atii.:i i- r ti e "residency.
He f'.e lis 1 it tW ) .!'.
THE NEWS AT WASHINGTON.
TAI.K BY A TREASURY MAN.
He Lives Hie Ways m,,l Means Cmninit-t-e
Some 1 inancial Points.
W.si!i .Ty. Jan. iV Assistant Secre
tary of t ie Treasury (. T. Spaulditi ap
peared Ix fore the hous. ways and means
committi e r-.ilur.lay toirlve information re
pardiiui t he government's financial condi
tion. It vas desinsi to hear Secretary Fos
ter, but he was out of town, not yet recov
ered fron his recent illness. The commit
ter wanted information regarding the rev
enue anr expenditures of thejrovernnjent,
a a preor linarytopossjbietarirT leyi-lation.
Mr. Sjiab. v,n said he would make a conj
parison b tw.-en the current fiscal year and
the fiscal year eud.-d June , I".'), the year
ln-fore tin ir:--ent taritT ai-'s wt-ut into ef
fect. He would ive the.-u -tnal receijits up
to date, a ul estitt.ate thoe for the balance
of the year.
lteceitits Prom Different source.
He sai l the cii-toms ns-eipts for the six
months ended Ui-c. Z, V"., were iH'.i.iJ'.l.-i.-i:
etirre ix months, ?s5.r."i!.'t; first
twenty d tys in l-'i, $l::,t;i.i.ii; tirst
twenty dtys of thi-i month. Il.'.W.oi",
making customs total to date, $l7,7Is.o,.
against iVi.Wt. two years airo. Touii
from customs f,,r fiscal year lsi. 2?.r.';.-
et i-n -t.-d total Ihis year. Sis.-,.i,o
Internal :evetiUe reti-ijits f ,p the six
months et, 1-1 i.-c. lv. ;s..VJi.trj; for
the citrretit six tuonths. s7T.i."o.(iii; for
twenty da .s of ls i ji.iil.it: first twenty
days of p. i. T,;sh.': total internal reve
nue re.eiji s for t he fiscal year Si-U.-t"'..i':
toi 1'. ,'itiu:.iti 1 for s il',2.i".,
I1. i(- -lintieolis receipts ff,r the six
months ei ur-il )m-. ;4,77.ie f,.p
the curler t six months. i ..VA,i' : total
f op fiscal .v-r h'.'i, .,!. s-i.-.,(-io; loud (est i
matisli for the current year. iyi.it.
liicures Out : l.ooo.ooo surjilns.
TIte total rtivipts from ail these source
for the fir six niopthsof the current fiscal
year were f ITLlol.'Oii, atiainst ilirJ.v.C'W
for the lirs srx months two years airo; for
the tirxt twenty days of the present month
-Vo7,i)c? ajraiust ftil.7rifi.'n two years
ago; total levenue estiniHTei for the cur
rent fiscal year, !S';-J.uii',(i), airainst e4 ti,
Vftl.UM for the tiMatl year 1V1. The
actual reieipts of el74.1'il,ii for the
first six mt Dths of t he current tiscal year
were iilKmt iT.iMU-! more than the ex
penditures for the corresiKinditiij six
months, th-t exiendittires lieiui; Po.074,
tl. The evenditnres (estimated) for the
current fus-al year were $s,0UU,JO. or
nlK.tit J4.(0,'M) less than the estimateii
receipts of KfU.U0.iUD.
The old lteserve.
He thoujj it tbe gold reserve of tP'H.OJ',
000 could lie nsnd in a piucli, as there
was no law forbidding this; but aceordin?
to his liifures, if this reserve were not
counted nor tbe fractional silver fund, the
books wou d still about Iwtlance. ' The
sinkimr fund was far ahead of the require
ments of law; tbe extended bonds were ex
tended at t ie option of the government,
not the holcer, and he believed that at the
end of the fiscal year ISurt there would be a
balance to t ie credit of tbe government of
about $o,000.U()0, taking account of every
thing that fas probable in tbe way of ex-pruuuuoc...
His Opponents Itelieie It: ttis rriends
V. :: 07. v. J in. -. S.ae of the
ea-te.-ti . r.jK.tient-of iev.-hin i v. it'un his
own p.-.rry are row :,--; irin wi'h renewed
Tik-or that h will n-t ! t earn! id it. for
the 4-?.-:d-r.tial r. .niir.at ion. Vario- s
rea-"r.s are s';, --1 f..p the r.r.ciu:on
w I.I. h he i i i. to I.a-- e rr-.. h;-!. ?-nd the
late-t ;.reiit.-r:on U that he wiil att:ioti- e
b - po-tiors iti a pe-itive and !inI with
drawal from the j redden'!! co;.te-t with
in two week. The tory hot in otrc'iU
tion assumes that he Ls disappointed a.id
to me exu-rtt ditrtite'! over the political
sin:ati"ti. Ife'.vk an active jiart in tbe
Xtw York campaiiru lat fall.
Thinks He Has Hern Ignored.
Tld. he thought, if not his posi'ir.n e
the only Detrax ratio ex-presj,ient. entitled
him to consideration by the party leaders.
"He fc-;s that he has been entirely ignored
by them in rrre? t j nicee.iinsrs." cf.ntir.11es
the s.-iuse atttiiority. -atnl that hi wihr
in various directions have no'rtseiveil tr
pectftil attention. He realizes that he
canuot control his ow n state delegation in
thecomitur convection owing to the suc
cessful machination of Hiilatxl Tammany.
As a result he has concluded not to 1 a
W ill not Permit Him to Hrr'.lnr.
Cleveland's friends at the capital do n-.t
ln-lieve anything of the kind. They ile.lare
that he will lie a candidate liecause it is
felt that he represents the masses of the
party: and that they are rare est in his st:p
jirt and sincerely desire to see him nomi
nated. He cannot under these circum
stances decline to be a candidate and his
friend- will not permit him to decline.
In the Hand of His friends.
Tho-e w ho er.;oy his con!;dnce and h"e
en iiini lat -ly state that his attitude jnst
Jx-fi-re his di-psrtnre fop Iauisiana ws
that of compliance w itli the wishes of his
friends. h ,t ha situe transpired has
not likely aff,sted his ill-termination. evn
if be knows of any new- developments.
Not seeking a Nomination.
A former r.iemlsT 01" his cabinet, w ho is
st iil in public life, states that while Cleve
land is not a candidate in the sense of
seekitur a nomination, he is determined to
abide by the will of the majority of his
Iirty whatever thnt may lie. "-The party
is emphatiualy for Mr. Cleveland," he
GOOD ENOUGH, VR. FRANT2.
le iileil in I avor f ltuhois.
W.v-!H o :.., Jan. til. The senate com
mit", ee 0:1 pj - il and electiims has dis-po-el
of the Clajiett-Dtilwis coiitested elec
tion case, de, Mill- to t-eyrt in favor of
seatinz lhfbcis. 1!" toitiiuittee also de
cided that ti.- i .-deiitial of Senator Chil
ton, o! Tesa-. were -: t. and that there
was no tlaw i: his ; ; ;. -oiutiiii-nt.
I'u-Ameriran. I ttpatriotie and Anti-Irish.
Nf.w Yt.'ltK, dan. 25. The I.ii-ford-mcu's
A ociatioii litis, adopted resolutions
expressing indiuuation at tbe jiubiication
in the New York World cf January 10 of
a cartoon representing T'ncieSani crabbing
Fatritk Kgan. the minister to Chili, and
John Bull looking on with apparent pleas
ure, and denouncing w hat they term The
World's coarse in.-ult. and the disgraceful
conduct of that and other fiapers in their
un-American. tiniKitt-ii.it and anti-lrifch
attacks uuon Mr. Kcan."
Kt Tu Massachusetts.
Socm Fn.MiMiHAM, Mass., Jan. 2o.
Dicoery has Iwti made of an illicit
whisky distillery in the southern part ol
Natick, near the Sherburne line, which
rivals those of the nionnhiners of the
wjuth. Theditiilery, givingemployment to
several men. is located in a bam cellar, and
everything is so inircniously arranged that
k the distillery may be ruuningdayor uiht.
Left Her Oil 1 Locked in.
Kaksas Citt, Mo., Jan. 25. Jenny
irtp.rk. a colored washerwoman, left her
two little girls, aged 4 and 2 years, locked
in the hou.-e while she went out to work.
A rug caught Pre and the youmrer child
was Mnctheml to death, while the eidei
was rescued alive, but afterwards died.
Oiie Homicidal Miscreant Who (iot Hi
D.VYTOV. .. Jen. -J5. Frank AVildasin
was intanily killisl s Uurilay mornitiir by
lbmdoliMi Frantz at the home of William
II. Sonders. in Hrcwctown. a suburb of this
city. Wilda-it a desieratelr in love
vv ith Mrs. iloth, sister-in law of Frantz.
Mrs. Frantr, hep mother, and Mrs. Koth,
another daughter, were at the 1'ark thea
tre Friday aiirht. Wiidain e-pietl tuein,
and sent Mrs. HotU a note to leave the
plare. This she r-f uel to do. When the
M-rfiTn:ance was over the ladies started
home, and wre met on the street by Wil-ila-in,
vrho iastilteil them, threatening Mrs,
l.th with death.
Pet an Knd to a Nnfsanee.
Wildasin foiloweil the ladies home; ad
dressing Souder. Wiid.isin said: "If she
IMrs. Kothj ever gels into this bouse bhe
will never get out alive." Futile attempts
were made to pacify the man. Ketuming
to tbe porch a wordy war ensued. In at
tempting to re-en ter the house Frantz and
wife barred the way. Wildasin secured a
hatchet and forced his way into the house,
whereupon Frantz shot him through the
heart. V. ildasia was formerly a member
of the fire department.
1.00k Lie at 1 air je-lsian.
Al.r.A.w. N. Y.. J-::i. Ti.". i i.e couri oi
ap-eni. liy a iii-.auititous ooitiinti ot' the
the j-ld-jis. nf the lirst division, ex
cept inj m-.T si't'to.' in tbe case, have
decided thrt no propt-rty hoh'.ere iii n-cover
datnaK-s a'-ait-.sf toe eit-vatcil rauriisjils i,f
New 1 urjk. c... hi- piperty uu.s u-ti. .ii
creased in value by the building of tbe
Played With a Loaded Shotgun.
Oaklami, Neb., Jan. . Johnny Hock,
aged 12. killed his brother, aged 10. while
playing with a loaded shotgun Saturday.
T be boy's bead was blown to pieces.
Condition of Cyrus W. I'ield.
Nr.'V Yor.K, Jn. i. Cyrus W. Field
wa- resting comf jitably, but very low, at '.'
o'clock this morninz. Iir. Fuller, Lis
physician, is of the opinion that bis patient
is not in danger of immediate death. It
may not com? in two or three davs.
Unarter for the Old Soldier.
Washington, Jan. 25. The local com
mittee having ia charge the G. A. K. en
campment, w hich meets here Sept. 2. has
secured quarters for seventy-eight G. A. K.
posts aggregating II, (AO uiemt-ers.
Knsslan Persecution of Home.
Vakaw, Jan. 25. The Polish news
papers announce that the government is
about to close ail Horuaa Catholic
churches and convents in the provinces of
I'odolia and Volhvnia.
To Purchase Tttichanan's Home.
I.an.1' AsTKlt, Vjl., Jau. 25. Mrs. Harriet
Lne Johnson, niece of President Buchan
an, has given il'V towards the purchase
of "Wheatiand." Uuchanar.'s home, to be
used as a park for lncater city.
The sacred standard at Constantinople is
believed to 1 formed of the ncthep gar
ment of Mohammed, and a pair of paja
mas, which arc reverentially preserved at
Lahore, are held by the faithful to have
miraculously extinguished a fire at that
place no longer ao than 1S43. Yankee
The estimr.;? has been made that the
people of the Ciiited Stati-s who buy spuri
ous coffee under the name of pure Mocha.
Java or Iiio are cheateil annually to the
extent of about ti 00,000.
s - -ti-f ',; - ,. if, y
An imitation of A'at;:re
that's the result you want
to reach. With Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets, you have it.
They cleanse and renovate the
whole system naturally. That
means that they do it thor
oughly, but mildly. They're
the smallest in size, but the
most effective sugar-coated,
easiest to take. Sick Head
ache, Bilious Headache, Con
stipation, Indigestion, Bilious
Attacks, and all derangements
of the Liver, Stomach and
Bowels ire prevented, relieved,
and cured. Purely vegetable,
perfectly harmless, and gently
laxative, or an active cathar
tic, according to size of dose.
As a Liver Pill, they've been
imitated, but never equaled.
Woodyatt's Music Housn
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county of --a
WEBER, STUYVESANT, DECKEIi EROS., WEEELnri
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS.
And the ESTEY, "WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR-
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
t"JT"A fal; iice :-o of email Mt::cal Btpc htrdlse. !,-. e :z; c-r cir;VT s -. , . 1; 4.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co,
s;C7 Tn-, .) 3 se' ' .' f s
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGOS
A fall eJ rompicta Pre ef Pltform nd otter Sprire Wi per., etpsra t ics- 1 i:-'
w e-tero ttade.cf superior otkaT-Mp trii Lirh. lixetnud lr. 1 - '
pplictioo. See the MoLl2 WAG. N beftre f urct-- t -.
ntCORPOBATSO TITDKB TEB STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 8 a. a. to 4 p. m., and Sitnrday evenire from 7 to 5 o"eicc
Fire per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Persor.i.. C:
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. F. RSTJfOLDS, Pre. F C. DSXKltAS-,. Vice Pres. 1. Jl. BCFORD. Ci-it
P. L. Xitchell. 5 P. Remolds, P. C. Dentmsnn. John Cr-battcn. H. P. E: ..
Phil MUcaell, L. Simon. B. W. Hcmu J. M. Bnord.
Jacaaoii A Hcarr, Solicitors.
WBeeaa business July 8, 1S0, cd ocenpy the iouthest ccrrcr cf Jfitctei! ili:.--:
.tw v-i 1 sva r j
THE POSITIVE CURE. fcS'..
m.? BROTfTFt M barren Ki Mfw Vork. FriceMrticts-? '.7-v--a,l
B. F. DeGEAR,
1 -1 1 -1 t
ooniracior ana izLiiiciei
Office and Shop Corner Serenteenih Su
and Seventh A venae,
"All kicds of carpector work a specialty. Plan and estimates for all kirdf 0' . --l
fcrrdehed on application.
Proprietor of the', Brady Street
AJ kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Honses Flower to-e
One block north of Cactral Park, the largest in Ia. So Brady street, E"
MaaofactQrer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Oents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A share of yonp patronage respactfnTly solicited. .
1813 Second Avenue. Ro Ii-s-j
C. J. W. SCHREITTEE,
Contractor and. Builder.
lia and 1123 Fourth avenue. Residence 111 Fourth avtnne.
Puns and specification famished on all classes of work : also tvtnt et Willr F:""- h "
eliding Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable.
Opera House Saloon
GE0BGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Strae - Oppojite Hrpr's Ts'-
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
1 ree LaoeJi Xrery Day . . Sandwiches FnmlsttsocS-o t