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THE. AUG I'S, SATU11DAV. FEBKUAKg G, 1892.
Housekeepers Should Remember
The great success of the Royal Ilaking
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ing power. All the scientific knowledge,
combination with its co-ingredients is defi
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and no person is employed in the preparation
of the materials used, or the manufacture of
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practical experience are contributed t&ward j As a consequence, the Royal Baking
this end, and no" preparation can be made i Powder is of the highest grade of excellence,
with a greater accuracy, precision, and exact- always pure, wholesome, and uniform in qual-
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Every article used is absolutely pure. and will retain its power, and produce the
Chemists are employed to test the strength same and the highest leavening effect in any
of each ingredient, so that its exact ef ect in ' climate, at any time.
The Government Chemists, after having analyzed all
the principal brands in the market, in their reports placed
the Roval Baking Powder at the head of the list for
strength, purity, and wholesomeness ; and thousands ot
tests all over the country have iurthcr demonstrated the
fact that its dualities are, in every respect, unrivaled.
fi f' u V
Late Chemist TJ. S. r-epurtosat of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
Why He Holds to the Nebraska
HEADY AND ANXIOUS TO GIVE IT UP
Hat Wnnts To l!e Assured tliat He Has a
KiRht to It-tir AVill Turn tlie Trouble
Over to Majors lext Monday Win'
f-heHters a Venture of the Louisiana
Campaign Preparing a 1tHiiiit for
Itnyd Mills 5laki an A ftcr-Uinnt r Po
litlial Talk Fielil utts.
Lixcois-, X.b.,lb. C Governor Thayer
has at hist marie public bis intentions.
Last night lie railed together the corre
spondents and gave them the following
statement: '-In regard to the governor
ship, I will say that my attorneys
are waiting to get the full text of the
decision of the supremo court at Washing
ton. As yet they do not 1; now what it
does really contain, I x -cause of the con
flicting reports. If any one supposes that
lam holding on to the olliee of governor
for the sake c f theoflice, or that I have
the slightest desire to do So, that person is
most wofully l.iistaken. Iam anxious to
surrender the oflice.
rraiioHCH to Kiiiih- Vliat He Is I'oing.
"Hut I do not propose to aet precipitate
ly and without full knowledge of what
the decision does really mean. The clerk
of tbe United States supreme court wired
Mr. Webster that the decision of the su
preme court of Nebraska was reversed, and
the case was remanded for further proceed
ings. When it is known what the decision
is we will know how to act. I am ready to
comply with its requirements.
IVanti to Hear from the State Conrt.
"The fact that the case is remanded for
further proceedings certainly means that
something further is to be done before I
can surrender this oflice. It seems now
that only four judges sustain the position
that the enabling act made Governor Boyd
a citi.en; that is a minority opinion. The
question is as to my right to turn over the
olliee to any person until the decision of
the Nebraska supreme court placing me in
the oflice of govern or is reversed by the
Will Io What His Lawyer Say.
"It is the opinion of the best legal lights
hero that I have no right to thus dispose of
this olliee. This is not a personal matter
between myself and Governor Itoyd. I am
holding the oflice of' governor in behalf of
the people of Nebraska, and not for myself.
My attorneys, Messrs. Webster, ltlair, and
.Lambertson, are giving these questions
the most thorough consideration, and I
shall net in accordance with their advice.
Jo threats or abuse will deter me from my
Wants To lie Iielieveil.
"I shall not run from any duty or from
any controversy. 1 assure the people that
nothing would now please me more than
to lie relieved of the duties and cares of the
oflice. I will leave on Monday for Texas,
where there r-e important interests await
ing my attention. I would not give up
this Texas enterprise if a could have the
governorship of .Nebraska assured to me
for all time.
Will Turn the Office Over to Majors.
"Monday I shall turn the oflice over to
Lieutenant Governor Majors, and then I'm
done. If lie sees fit to recognize Boyd lie
ao do so. I have . discharzwt what I be
lieve is my i tv;
matters sinnd "
now you know just now
Will 'l'ollm Wherever the
ic"' for Turin" lt-rnrm.
Nk.w Youk. Keb. Roger Q. Mills was
entertained a: dinner last evening at the
K fol in club by President E. Klk-ry And
erson and Thomas (1. Sherman. Kx-Sec-retary
Fairchitd, Francis I.yndc Stetson,
Con.Lrressmnn Fitch, Kverett I'. Wheeler
and other wi 11 known Cleveland Demo
crats were pr -sent. Mills made the prin
cipal speech of the evening in which, for
theiirst time, he indicated the line of ac
tion to be followed by himself and friends
in the present congress regarding the
tariff. His first words wore in reference
to the check -vljich tariff refoTm had re
ceived in the house of its friends at a time
when to waver is dangerous.
Will Oppose Halfway Measures.
lie declared his intention to oppose the
halfway and st mdst ill measures that some
Democratic le ulers advocated, lie scout
ed the idea of going back to the tariff of
!", and accepting that as a final settle
ment, lie said that the Deniocrats had
own fighting - hat tariff for many years
and he was for carrying on the war. At
the close of hi -i speech Mills said: "I will
follow where the liiig points to fair trade.
1 will follow wherever the flag goes, no
matter who cirriesit; and 1 will light
i herevcr the b; ttle is pitched."
WILL GIVI EOYD A BANQUET.
A Number of 3 lemorratic Leader To He
Omaha, Feb tl. Arrangements have
been completed by Governor Boyd's friends
to give him a t mquet on Feb. 10 to cele
brate his victoi-y in the supreme court.
The meeting wi.l be in the nature of a re
union of westtrn Democracy. Governor
Boies, of Iowa, has promised to be present.
Invitations have been sent to a number of
prominent Democrats of national fame,
among them I eing ex-President Cleve
land, Senator 11.11. Calvin S. Brice, Carter
II. Harrison, and Senator Gorman.
THE WINCHESTER IN POLITICS.
A l'rrtty Commentary on the Situation in
Nkw Olil.KAXs. Feb. 6. The Foster-Farmers'
Alliance fact ion is greatly excited over
the receipt of tl e boxes of Winchesters
and ammunition from New York, con
signed to Colon jI A. W. Crandell, chair
man of the executive committee of the
AIcKnery faction of the Democratic state
committee, and its organ. The New Delta,
declares it infamous that the opposing fac
tion should import guns to murder voters
at the polls.
Oot o Comfort from Nlehi lis.
Colonel Crandi 11 and other uit-inlier.i ef
the executive c immittee called on Gov
ernor Nicholls n fortnight ago and re
quested him to state whether or not a free
election and a fair count could be depended
on. The governor was greatly irritated,
and declared that the request was a retiee
tion on him: thnt he knew his duty, and
would perform it
Gave The:u a Ilroml Hint,
Being pressed ie said that if the Mc
Enery faction suspected that it was going
to be defrauded a the Mills it ought to be
able to prevent it. or words to that effect.
This suggestion- Colonel Craudall and his
committee proce-xl to act on; hence the
resort to arms, Crandell says the Runs
are to be used to insure a free election and
a fair count.
Joltn ?. Thr- v c:i, i:om.
Omaha. Feb. lol'u M. Thurston's
boom for the vice presidential nomination
has lxeu on. -.niizi d in Nebraska. The
Klaitu- men have promised Thurston that
he shall be luaue l-inr.:-.::ii,t chairman, of
the convention if tne Nebraska delegation
will go solid lor the mau from Maine.
There are men in every congressional dis
trict now working up this liiaiue-Thurs-toa
Illinois licmocruts for Palmer.
Si-i:in(.t ii i n, Ills., Feb. . The reports
which have lately come from the east that
Cleveland would not be a candidate for
president, whether true or not, are having
the effect of making it about certain that
the Illinois delegation to the national con
vention at Chicago will go there instructed
to make an net he campaign for Senator
John M. Palmer for president.
Hill lets Some lcleates.
Nl.w Yi:k, Feb. li. The Columbia coun
ty Democratic convention unanimously
adopted a resolution declaring for Hill for
president, and sel.-eteil delegates to the
slate convtn; ion. At Klmira the county
convention today cuuse three Hill dele
gates. A Turk Who W Vl Vote.
GltAMi llAI'IPs, MieF, Feb. C. GaratK.il
Asadooriau, a native of Turkey, took out
full citizenship papers ytsierday. He is a
prosperous importer and dealer in Turkish
rnd Oriental goods, and hits been in this
country since 1SS4.
WAS A L1VZLY CADAVER.
A " '1'osHiiming" Nejjro l.roalit to Ac
tion Very Sntblenly.
Out AGO, Feb. C. There was a crowd of
students in tlie dissecting-room of the
Michael Ueese hospital when the anatomi
cal demonstrator stood over the marble
slap containing the body of William Bong,
a 21-year-old negro, and prepared to illus
trate his lecture by some practical work
with the scalpel. The demonstrator had
talked several minutes, and was about to
make an incision in the abdomen, when he
was surprised to observe apparent signs of
life in the body. Hastily taking up a glass
water he dashed the contents into the
negro's face and was rewarded by a dis
tinct movement of the "dead'' min's eye
lids. The Professor l'uts l"p a Job.
The demonstrator stepped over to one of
the resident physicians who was standing
near, and whispered:
"That cadaver is alive."
The physician gave a startled e jacula
tion, and glanced curiously at the "body."
"He's not only alive," continued the dem
onstrator, "hut I have every reason to be
lieve he is shamming. I'm going to try an
And It Wm Highly Successful.
Going back to the dissecting slab again
the demonstrator remarked to his assist
ant: "This is not a convenient place after all
fortius dissection. Not one-half of the
students '.iiii M-e it. i think we had let
ter cut the body iu t wo, .iid take out-half
into the i:txt roosn."
The effect on the negro was electrical.
Quick. a a R;;sh iie v.v.s on his feet,' and
had neatly reached the window before the
crowd had caught him.
Sent buck to the Station.
Long had been arrested for stealing
and put in the stat ion. J learning that he
was likely to get five years in the peniten
tiary be attempted suicide by hanging to
the grating of his cell, and when found
was to all uppearances dead. In this con
dition he was delivered to the hospital,
but coming around on the way there he
concluded to sham death in the hope that
he could escape thereby.
THE WAGES OF A WOMAN'S CRIME.
Another Chapter in the History of Ethel
London, Feb. C Mrs. Florence Ethel
Osborne, who was arrested at Dover Thurs
day, was brought up a prisoner yesterday
morning in the Guild Hall court. The
lord mayor of London, the Hon. David
Evans, presided. Mrs. Osborne, who was
deadly pale and in a fainting condition,
was escorted to a seat at the solicitors' ta
ble, where she sat shakin2with sobs dur
ing a long wait that ensued, the treasury
attorney not lH-iug present in time. The
court was packed with a fashionable
throng, the fit-ling being that for Captain
Osborue's sake the w oman should be let oil
A I'athetio Scene In Conrt.
Iu spite of her crime no one could see
the prisoner's grief without feeling sorry
for iue. At last she became so completely
unsirumr that the major told her attend
ants to take her to a private room. Cap
tain Osborne supported her on one fide and
a stalwart detective on the other. They
were compelled almost to carry her, and
as they in an d the door of the committee
room she p laced her arms around her hus
band's neck end would have fallen to the
floor had not lie and the detective support
Kcieasetl ami liem-rested.
Finally a im-ssngc came that the treas
ury had no evidence to offer, whereupon
the prisoner was released by the mayor.
This was no sooner nnnoriiced than she
was rearrested for perjury and taken to
the Bow Street court, her husband, with
that perfect devotion w hich has charac
terized nil his conduct, accompanying her.
After being arraigned the case was ad
journed and the wretched woman was
taken to Holloway jail. Captain Osborne
going to the prison with her.
Talton Hall, of Bristol, Tenn., has been
sentenced to lx? hanged March 14.
Joseph Hamel, of De Soto, Mo., shot and
killed his tenant, William Beatt.
The Alliance Mercantile company, of
New Bichmond, Wis., has failed.
Wisconsin Prohibitionists will hold
their state convention in Madison, May 3i
and June 1.
The Iceland hotel property at Chicago
has been sold to capitalists of New Y'otk
A Paris financier has been arrested for
stealing 1,.iw.(kni francs; his relatives have
given bail for l.im.
The Democratic central committee of
Oklahoma stands !il for Cleveland, 2 for
Hill ami 1 for Boies.
Ix-on Oregon, editor of a Spanish paper
at San Antonio, Tex , is insane from the
effects of grip medicine made from a
Captain W. E. Edwards, a prominent
tobacco dealer of Louisville, was burned
to death in the lire hieh destroyed the
Central tobacco warehouse.
Lev. Theodore Venn, of Blue Earth City,
Minn., has sued Hcv. Bobert Hughes for
f .'il.Oou for li!el. Both are members of the
Roman Catholic priesthood.
Yallie E. Weathers, a beautiful girl, is
in jail at Pittsboro, N. C, for eloping with
a man w ith a w ife and thirteen children.
Her paramouris still at large.
The representation of the United States
in the approaching negotiations on the
Behring sea matter has been placed in the
hands of John W. Foster, of Indiana.
The Democratic convention to nominate
Iowa's delegates to thela xt national con
vention will be held May 11 at Council
Blurt's. Boies will lie boomedfor president.
Edward .1. Cuyler, for thirty-seven years
connected w ith the Chicago and North
western Bail way company in an official
capacily. died at Chicago. He was 03
Hamilton Gra.v, the oldest postmaster in
the United r-iates, is dead, near Kingston,
Tenn. He had served as postmaster at
Gray's Hill sin -c his appointment by Pres
If is still charged th:;t the Adams Express
company is discharging employes liecause
they belong to a brotherhood, and the com
pany continues to deny the charge; also to
"lire" certain employes.
Colonel ,T. P. Martin. United States
army, w hose headquarters are at San An
tonio, says t'.iat those who think there will
be no Mexican revolution will be much
surprised ou the 1st of March.
loliteness urn Kfalism.
"1 am at yonr service, ma'am," as the
burglar said when the lady of the house
ranght him stealing the silverware.
All the year renwd, you may
rclv upon Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery to purity
the blood and invigorate the
system. It's not like the
sarsaparillas, that arc said to
be good for the blood in
March, April and May. The
" Golden Medical Discovery "
works equally well at all
times, and in all cases of
blood - taints, or humors, no
matter what their name or
It's the cheapest blood -purifier,
sold through druggists,
because you only pay for the
good you get.
Your money is returned if
it doesn't benefit or cure you.
Can you ask more?
" Golden Medical Discov
ery" contains no alcohol to
inebriate, and no syrup or
sugar to derange digestion.
It's a concentrated vegeta
ble extract; put up in large
bottles; pleasant to the taste,
and equally good for adults or
The " Discovery " cures all
Skin, Scalp and Scrofulous
affections, as Eczema, Tetter,
Salt-rheum, Fever-sores, White
Swellings, Hip -joint disease
and kindred ailments.
Woodyatt's Music House
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
.nrS '? .A, ' " ' y
This firm have the exclusive sale for tliiscounty of th
Pieirjos eirci Orirarjs,
WEBER, STD YVES ANT, DECKEii BROS,, WHEELOCK,
ESTEY, AND GAM P & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
IWJi full line lso of email Musical rorrchacdiee. We hae in our tmnloy a firf t-rla?' P aroTitc-
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The Moiine Wag on Co,
Manufacturers of FARM,SPR1KG AND FREIGHT WAGG32
A full Mid complete line c-f Plttform and otter Sr-iire Wsrrr.p, r c-.n'y trcj t. c t rf.
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tSCORPOHATKI) UNDER TH STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Opt dally from 9 a. ra. to 4 p. m., ani Saturday Ten!ngi froa 7 to S o'clock.
Fire percent interest paid ca Deposits. Mctev loaned or. Persona'.. C.
lateral, or Real Estate Security
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Jacesok & Eciw. solicitors.
IVBean bnsinefs JuIjS, 1SS0, aid occur.v the trutlu-aft corrtr cf J:.-, l.i I! A I : , r - v.
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E. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner SeTentcatb Bv. . . T?.,.L- Tclrr
and Seventh Avc-nuo, : : KoCK lSUn
B"A11 ktndg of carpenter work a specialty. Plana ad estimate for all tlndf of b3:;i:i'
I on aoDliention.
PToprtetor of IheBrady Street
aJ kinds of Cot Flowers constiutly on band.
Green Hono Flower Store
Oue block north of Central Park, the larpert in la. 4 Brady Street, Davew
Mannf actnrer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairlnrdone neatly and promptly.
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited. , r-
1618 Second Arenae. Rock Ia-auO
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 1133 Fourth avenne. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work ; also secnt cf Willer'f P! Lt l" -e
Sliding Blinds, something new, styliah and desirable.
Donr T-t vo.
Opera 3E2Ic-ulo aloon
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1801 Second Arenue. Corner of Sixteenth Btree - Opposite Harper' Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Oars always on Hand
free Lunch Srery Day . . Sandwiches Fumiehed on Sho. t Sotirt