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TJfcLE AKCHJS SATUKDAT. AP1UL 3, 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
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An Important World's Fair
Monopoly Given Out.
LAKE TRANSIT TO THE EXPOSITION.
Ing Ibe expuaitluu to women visitors, par
ticularly those of the iuilustri.il class and
of limited mean. Four hue hotels or
3oi mitoritrs will be erected. The site for
out of t hem has beeu donated by George
M. Pulltuan. It is a square only two blocks
urn. a half from the northern entrance to
the exposition grounds. The rooms will
be -en ted at 30 rents a day.
Spain will have a model of the Santa
Maria, the caravel Columbus sailed on,
Millionaire Combination Captor, the pu u and Nina, will be built in Spain at
Privilege for 35 Cents a Head for the the expense of the United States.
Ronnd Trip Ilinannnlntmrnt Fort Thi nrnruutitinn tliaf tho ilir.t.o
mittee will make to th house World's fair
committee at ashineton is that the
Un ted States shall appropriate K.UOO.Ouu
, to the fair and take the same chance of re
tail urscmeut that Chicago does for hr
"Small Fry" Craft-Ownera Some Ka
hii.il That States are rreparirg The
Hoonirr ItniKting Regno The Fleet of
Col am bun.
Cmu.itto, Apri 23. One of the most im
portant concession yet granted bv direct
ore of the World's fair was- practically
completed yesterday. It was the cnnc
eion granted for a monopoly of the steam
boat business to the World's fair between
all points on like Michigan from Keno-
AN UNFAITHFUL WIFE'S RUSE.
She Heport Her Hiishantl Dead, la Ov
t ' l-r That .she Can Kemarry.
i X F.w Yol-Jt. April J?. Thomas E. lleam,
aha. Wis., on the north, to Michigan City, foreman " Brooklyn vaseline factory,
ina., on the south. Lake captains in a a surpriseu 10 reau me loiiowing notice
hundred ports have been eagerly watching, in Io0fl1 I,HPr on Wednesday afternoon:
the outcome of the struggle for this con- 1"Harn April 6 St. Peter's hospital.
ilirmas h. Hearn. Will le buried from
cession. All of them expected to reap a
rich harvest by coming to Chicago during
the fair and operating vagrant lines of ex
cursion steamers, with Jackson park as
their objective point. Yesterday after
noon at a joint meeting of the ways and
means and transportation committees the
Lehigh Valley Transportation company se
cured the contract. It will have an abso
lute monopoly of all lake transportation
to the fair between the points named.
Harkeil by Men with Millions.
This company is backed by some big
men, and it promises to do big things in
the way of taking people to the fair by
the water routes, li. L.' Henry is one of
the leading men in the company. John D.
Rockefeller, who gives a million now and
then to the University of Chicago, is an
other interested man. So is T. T. Mulford,
Western agent of the Union Steamboat
company; Hugh McMillen, general agent
of the Western Ttansit companv; Melville
E. Stone, the banker; J. Hurley Bradley,
and the American Steel Barge company,
Otherwise Colgate Hojt. The company
has contracted to haul as many people to
Jackson park by water route as the neces
sities of the exposition may require.
the residence of his sister, Mrs. Beck, 3J9
Ninth avenue, south Brooklyn, April U.
Kel.iti ves and friends of the family are re
spectfully invited. Please omit flower."
j Came to Atteu.l His Wake.
The Mrs. Bock mentioned is his sister,
but she lives at Xinth street, not
Xin .h avenue, and after his supper he went
up t j her house to reassure her in case she
had seen the notice. As he approached
the douse he saw several men standing on
(the front stoop and learned that they
; were old friends who had called to attend
his Make, liearu said he had investigated
the notice and also learned that his wife
was responsible for it. He has not lived
with her for some time. He says she left
him alxuit three years ago, after mortgag
ing all the furni.nre, for parts unknown,
leav.ng her two children liehind.
j I'.iitireljr Tito (;unl fur Her.
"Kerencly," said Mr. Hearn, "my wife
has lieen anxious to marry ano:her man,
but :ie refused until she could show him
some proof of my death. Then she in
serted this notice. 1 have visited St.
l'ete-'s hospital and discovered that no
man named Hearn has died there during
the l ast five years. I have placed the mat-
( ter in the hands of a lawver and 1 propose
to m tke somelody suffer."
PRINCE MICHAEL" A SHOW.
From hicagro to the Fair.
According to the agreement the Lehi-h GAVE
Valley Transportation comniir will !
allowed io cii.nVe pase!.gcr . cents for ' M,C,,IS' preme Conn Or.lersaJu.lge
around trip to Jackson park from the to Kxplaiii.
Van Burt 11 street docks. Arrangements Lan'sixu, Mich., April 3. The debut
boats will b- run up the Chicago river .md his living roll sect, of Detroit.
l lie return day is May 4. 'Prince
litted to bail on April 5.
mg was satished with the
and Van Bureii i I" . . . . "J " ,u.e
been 111 de by which the before the sunremecourt of ."Prrince Mich
run uii the Chicago river ' el" fnd his living roll sect, of Detroit.
o the Twelfth street docks, taking up was made Yesterday, and on apmication of
wssenu-ers at the North e.-tern, Union his attorney an order to show cause in
JiiJ (.ruml Centnil passenger stations. ' n 1., 1 . i- .
in s.,i.!;riui ,.1 j the niatter of JndgeChambers' capi.-is was
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made for passengn-s taken alard at these I Vi , . ,
river points. Boars coming from Kenosha 1 p, , " ' i,,",a"' V "
will stop for passengers at Waukegan. ! '"iifj i '!
i-van-ton. Lincoln park
street. Vessels Itound
City will stop for passengers at South
Chicago and Hammond.
Vir-liitruti I uuunr viiiiuioers, 01 ine reconier s
r.-- court h.lii 1 .1 t V 1 1.
lxmd. and issued a ranias for the
prin ce's" re-arrest. Judge Chambers must
now i-how cause why the capias should not
be quashed and Justice Haug allowed to
perfect the bonds by signing them.
Died I ike a Dime Novel Hero.
Dewek. April 23. All day Thursday
and Thursday niyht petition circulators
were msy as bees. They were asking on
one Vide that Governor Barber revoke
ture of salt, and to him has been entrustr I luf lQe cas. nu on tne
ed the task of preparing the exhibit. It is th" s,Je that stand by it. The gov
his intention to have models of all the i ern.r ,decl'lei1 that Miller should hang,
ealt manufacturing apparatus used from f,"'1 " f,eW n!'iutes,aftar.9 m- yesterday
the earliest to the modern times, with I ,t,e a"t,mnt,c water weight was prepared
Bamnles of the salt nrodured. The itnwr .uiner siep,KMi 011 tne piauorm ana
WHAT SOME STATES ARE DOING.
Kotes of the Pr pnrutii.a Making to Kx
hibit I'rmlarts auil Novelties.
One. of the interesting exhibits from
Michigau at the exposition will be that
sent by the Salt Manufacturer's associa
tion. A Bay City memlter of the associa
tion has made a life study of the manufac-
peninsula of Michigan has applied for 20,- I 7 ,"r "TVT- "ewasIf.r
COO feet of space, iu which it is proposed U, f j t, V K h,.ms" on 1'!s
make the exhibit of the mineral and tim- 1 J'T " nx,et f1" h.'S
ber products. A complete working model
of a mine, with reducing works, is also
promised. In the state building will be
a mantel of roughly beaten copier. Ore
In its natiTe state will also be shown.
The Indiana State Building.
Indiana has begun the erection of its
tate building, and is well advanced in ar
rangements for the state exhibit. The
building will be of composite French
Gothic style, 50 by 112 feet and three sto
ries high, with a wide veranda. Of the
tate'a appropriation of fTo.OOO, $25,000
was set aside for a building. The latter
will, however, cost tC5.0iK, the balance be
ing made up in the gift of materials.
Among the exhibits from Ohio will be
a collection of finely stuffed and mounted
birds. The collection, it is intended, shall
Include all varieties which at any time in
the season make their home in that state.
Two Kemarkable -Map. 1
One of the exhibits from Pennsylvania '
will be a map of the United States wade !
entirely of pickles, vegetables, and fruits '
preserved by the company making the ex
hibit. The whole will be covered by a
piece of plate-glass 18 by 24 feet. The cost
of the exhibit will be 115,000.
A Florida boy is making for exhibition a
table upon which is an inlaid map of the
tate, each county being represented by a
separate piece of Florida wood.
A Few other Exhibits, '
San Miguel county, X. M., ipiaBuiug
to place in lha women's building an em
blem typical of the territory. It will be a
monument of native stone upon which
will be carved in relief the coat of arms of
the territory, surrounded by the fruits and
grains of the country in bas relief.
In the California building will be shown
a growing specimen of every flower domes
tic in the state.
The Women Hard at Work.
Women are as hard at work as ever in
the interests of the exposition. The board
of lady managers proposes to erect near the
women's building a children's home or
comfort pavilion for mothers and children.
The estimate for the building is $20,000,
and for maintenance (10,000, which sum it
Is proposed to raise by subscription. The
women also intend to build a Dormitory
building, the object of which is to furnish
rbeap and comfortable livicgquartersdur-
future, and died like a dime novel hero. He
sang a song on the scaffold when he had
himse.f composed. His crime was the
murd. r, two years ago, when he was only
.15, of two men whom he caught asleep in
a box car.
Set His Little Sister on Fire.
Philadelphia, April 2a Bertha
Schmidtetter, a child 17 months old, died
( Thurs lay after being badly burned while
playing with her 5 year-old brother Willie.
The tv.-o children -were left alone for a
short time, amusing themselves with a
basket full of candy-eggs. Willie took the
I basket to a rimge, lighted it and applied
the bii.ze to one of Bertha's long golden
curls, and again to her clothes. When
neighl ors, attracted by the child's scream
ing, rustied in and extinguished the
flames curls and clothes had disappeared,
and li rtlia was soon a blackened corpse.
Will Not Take the Hnnd Now.
XEW Yokk, April 23. Along with the
Dews f:-om Washington that the senate
had knocked out the clause in the house
bill providing for the payment of the pro
posed iue of Arizona bonis in gold comes
the fact that the New York Life Insur
ance company had agreed to take the en
tire iss ie of $1,500,000, or a part of it. The
Xew Y'rk Life, however, made the agree
' ment to take the bonds on the s npposition
that th ; interest and principal were paya
ble iu i old, and is unwilling to purchase
the boLds with the gold interest bearing
clause struck from the house bill.
j Outdid the Others, but Died.
! Point Pieasast, W. Va., April 23.
, Thursday afternoon, at Leon, this county,
while some young boys were seeing who
, could make the most noise cracking whips,
J Willie Coiinoly, aged 14, with a large
I whip outdid the others, but fell dead in
Lis irac ks fioni over exertion.
( all for a Silver Convention.
Wasiiixgtox, April 23. The national
silver committee at its meeting yesterday
decided to call a national bimetallic con
vention to meet in this city ou Thursday,
May 26. 1H& The formal call, which will
be accompanied by a brief address, will be
issued this evening.
ABIDE BY THE LAW.
The President's Advice to the
LET PERFECT JUSTICE BE D02TE.
The Guilty Will Not be Shielded by the
National Government, Which, How
ever. Can Only Act With the State-
A Native and- His Armament The
Prisoners on Their Way to Fetterman
Some Facts About Their Quality
Buffalo, Wy., April 23. A message in
reply to the appeal from the people was
received from President Harrison last
evening, and was well received. The peo
ple say they feel better, now that they
know president and public are aware that
they wish investigation and justice done
to all parties. The president's message
says he provided troops at the call of the
governor, as he was obliged to by law,
knowing nothing of the facts except as
presented to him. He then says that the
prisoners will be promptly turned over to
the civil authorities as soon as they are
prepared to receive them, and his connec
tion with the matter will end unless fur
ther called upon according to law.
Guilty Will Not lie Shielded.
He conclude? as follows: "I do not
doubt that the executive and judicial au
thorities of your state will without fear
or favor bring to trial and puuishment
those who have violated the law by order
ly methods. Xothing will be done by me
to shield any guilty person. My counsel,
as your fellow-citizen, is to use every ef
fort to allay excitement and to proceed in
all things peac-fully and upon lawful
lines. I will, of course, see that any one
you send, but. you will see I can do
nothing except to act with the state to
Troubled by a False Alarm.
Reports have been received here in a
private letter, speaking of a party of 100
more invaders coming by wagon via Gil
lette. Xo belief is placed in the same, but
every one is on the alert. Yesterday after
noon several shots were heard near the
city and in ten minutes the sheriff and his
posse were mounted and moving in that
direction. It was found that it was only
some employes at Foote's ranch target
practicing, a common thing lately. There
is but one prisoner in jail here. He was a
member of the stockmen's party and at
the surreuder hid iu a haymow. He re
mained there until he could escape at
Ja This Specimen Knitter?
faI.ong Tom" Bird, of Glen Rock, is in
town. He came in Thursday night to see
the prisoners. When Major Wolcott's
band of regulators started to clean out
the lustlers two weeks ago, -Ixmg Tom"
was on the death list. The fellow is six
feet seven and is slender and sallow. His
overcoat is trimmed with leaver. When
he got here Thursday night lie had two
six-shooters ami a long knife Before
morning he had lost one of his guns in a
poker game and somebody had stolen his
knife. With the other gun he quietly but
firmly guarded a bottle of whisky which
the barkeeper was playfully trying to take
away from him. lie wants to see the man
who had him marked for dea'h.
THE PRISONERS EN ROUT
Personnel of the Su.rkmen Who Will He
Tried for Murder.
Dot ola. Wy., April '-3 It was reported
Thursday night that Major Fechet s com
mand was at Brown's Springs, thirty-live
miles away. If this story had been true
the command would have beeu at 0;d
Fort Fetterm.in last night. But the cour
iers w ho brought this news made a mistake
in distance of something like twenty miles.
Instead of being at Brown's Springs the
soldiers and prisoners w ere on Sand creek.
Brown's Springs is a day's march away.
and it is probable that they made this
tneir camp last night. Another march
would bring the command to Fetterman
either tonight or tomorrow morning.
They Are Not Ordinary Men.
The prisoners who are on their way are
Co ordinary men. Two-thirds of them
have served in the legislature, some of
them are government ollicials and others
have been judges, as judges co in Wyo
ming. They have or represent big cattle
interests in Johnson and Converse counties
and are b-jeked not only by numerous
Iriemls.but by at least $25,000,000 of invest
ed capital. The prisoners may be taken to
Laramie ami demand an immediate hear
ing. They have retained the most promi
nent lawyers in the state to take care
of their interests and, backed by enormous
capital, they confidently expect a quick
The Prosecution Will Be Vigorous.
On the other hand Johnson county de
clares that it will spend the last dollar
it possesses to convict the outfit. In any
event the state has suffered a terrible blow
from the war. The big cattlemen will
have to move away, as they have from
Texas and Nebraska. Besides the prison
ers Major Fechet has with him several cat
tlemen of Buffalo, who are eager to take
the protecting hand of the army to get
out of the country.
Militiamen Feel Insulted.
Cheyenne. Wyo.. Anril 23. One result
of the trouble brought about by the cattle
war is the probable dismemberment of the
Wyoming state militia. The officers of
companies D and E of Rock Springs and
ureen niver nave turned in their resigna
tions, and others are expected. This is be
cause the governor issued an order to the
captains to obey ouly his orders. This
was construed as an insinuation that tbev
sympathized with the rustlers Lieuten
ant Colonel Christmas writes that it is an
insult that no plausible apology will
Strikers' Turbulence Afreets Business.
Chicago, April 23. Shipping interests
are suffering on account of the longshore
men's strike, which seems as far from set
tlement as ever. Half a dozen b'g steam
ers have been in port for two days without
being able to unload any part of their
cargoes. Fights between the strikers and
non-union men are of daily occurrance
nespite the efforts of the police, and tho
strikers are growing more and more des
perate. Yesterday morning a tierce battle
took place at the Western Transit Com
pany's dock in which half a dozen men on
each side were btdly used up.
Smail-l'ox at New York.
Xew Yokk, Apiil 23. Seven cases of
smail-pox were discovered in different
parts of this city yesterday, and all were
removed to ortii Mrot bers' inland.
The German "Nestor of Nurreons" Dead.
MUNICH, April 21. Professor Franr
Leitz, known as the X est or of German sur
geons, is dead, at the a0'e of til.
Residents of the "earthquake belt" ol
California are sleeping in tents.
The Chicago painters have won thaii
strike on every point and gone to work.
At Fort Worth, Tex., Mrs. Robert Staf
ford shot and killed her husband during I
Ex-Senator Palmer has sold his fine 700
acre farm a few miles from Detroit foi
1 jOOOj (JiJO.
It is claimed by Illinois Palmer men
that so far 487 delegates to the state con
Vention have been instructed for him.
Railroad travel in southern Alabama it
impeded by severe storms. The wires are
uuwu wLwwn ;ew uneans ana Mobile.
The TtAl.Mn trnvarnmr.nt- l A..tfi'n . ,l
ts n vuktiii uuv U
expenditures on all sides. Xo attempt will
""we mj exienu tne Italian possessions
Editor Medill, of the Chicago Tribune,
una purcnaxeu a nouse near lx Angelts.
Cal., and will reside there in future, it is
E. T. Oliver, a prominent business man
nf Snrintrdalfl Ills .........;....! 1
shooting himself iu his office. 111 health
DhCAIIHA tllf lfrv Onll nntl rf Culum
--s- uv-aiswas va lJ l't V. ,
has pndiibited the girls from being on the
streets later man p. m. the young men
talk of leaving the town.
Tho death is announced of E. D. Holton,
one of the pioneers of Milwaukee. Mr.
Holton was 77 years old and leaves au e
tate valued at about il.OUO.im
F. J. Brosse, traveling salesman for a
ew 1 orK House, was robbed of a sachel
containing rc.lMi in diamonds at a rail
road station in Xashville. Tenu.
Hoyt Ludlow and Amos Wilkins, of
Groton, X. Y., were killed by a Iehigh
Valley train. Ludlow was killed instant
ly. v likins Jived but a few minutes.
James A. Palmer, who is rhunl with
robbing the Xew York jewelry firm of
nuauy a: to. ol ?:u.(KN, has been arraign
ed and held iu $i0,000 bail for examina-
At a conference of Ohio Republican
leaders at Coliiiolms it )m. In .1.1. i.ui
that McKinley, Hahn, Hannaand Foraker
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sunn oe me ueiegates-at-large to .Minne
apolis. The Burlington road will carry dele
gates to the Methodist general conference
at Omaha from Chicago to that city.
Most of the delegates will lv.
John Rankin Young, the recently de
DOSed executive rlerL- of tlia iai..tu'.....
given a very enthusiastic greeting by the
Clover club on his arrival at his home,
arrested in Paris. The whole continent is
in a state of semi-panic over the duincs of
these revolutionists. Tl key nrs. tlip. i-iu.'
bombs every day. All kinds of vandalism
Is committed bridges, fountains and
BtatueSRreilcstrnri.il vit ,(..,;..
attempts on life are frequent.
Strike on the Chicago (iernisn Fre
CHICAGO, April 23 The nrinters em
ployed by the Chicago Tageblatt, a Ger
man daily, struck yesterday for an irirrE:isA
of wages. It is probable that the strike
will extend to all the German papers in
the Cite, as the Publishers' o,uMU.i,,n
decided not to accept the scale demanded
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uj iuv ucruiau xj pograpnicai union, which
is higher than the scale on English papers.
Can Hun Cars on Sunday.
Siorx City, la., April 23. Judge Foley
has decided the test case involving the
right of the Rapid Transit company to
run street cars on Sunday. The iudire
holds that street cars are a necessity with
in the meaning of the statute. Tlie de
cision disposes of the arrest of PM Rapid
Transit employes last Sunday .in. I will
stop the crusade against the street cars.
Death of a Chicago Kilurator.
Chicago, April 23. Dr. John Curtis
Burroughs, assistant siiporiuten.lerit of
public schools, died Thursday afternoon at
1:40 o'clock, at his home, 3,508 Ellis avenue.
He was surrounded by his family, and
passed away quietly and peacefully. He
had not been able to do any business for
two years. He was born in Xew York,
and was 74 years old.
An Orthographical Call Down.
Ax. interesting letter was received by
one of our business men a dav or two
ago. lie sent a bill to a debtor accom
panied by a letter, in which he suggest
ed that it was high tune the debt was
paid. The letter evidently irritated the
man who owed the money. His reply,
verbatim, was as follows:
Dkar Sir Pleas settle with Mr. . He la
good for it. When you write, please spell the
words wright. Yours, etc .
Fergus Falls Journal.
A Poverty-stricken Millionaire!
This seems a nnrmlo-r hut It ta
plained by one of New York's richest
men. " I fl nil' t rnnnt nv n'n.ltl. I
- ss.....m J "WHU iU
dollars," he said. " What are all mj
pvaacssiuiia lo me, pince x am & victim
of CODSumntion ? Mr rWtnr tnll n.
that I have but a few months to live,
ior me disease is incurable. I am poor
er thnn that, hjxrrra. vnMrl tl . . T... m
is, jvuuu. DUU
Interupted the friend to whom he spoke,
wuauiiijiiiuu cu ue cureu. u taken
In time, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery will erndlcnta Tr.m
of the disease from vour system," ' 111
try it,- saiu tne millionaire, and he did;
and ttvdav thcr ia nn a K1t.lA.
happier man to be found anywhere.
uo iiscovcry etriKes ei tne it at or
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ease of the blood is nothing more nor
less man Jung-scrofula and it must
and does yield to this wonderful remedy.
"Golden Medical Discovery" is not
only an acknowledped remedy for that
terribly fatal malady, when taken in
time and given a fair trial, but also for
11 forms of Scrofulous; Skin and Scalp
Diseases, a. Whir Kit-oil in m Tr..
ores, Ilip-joint Disease, Salt-rheum,
.icr, niirian, xtous, carDuncics, fcry
ijnniis aou kiuureu ailments.
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county o!
Pieiros eird Organs.
WEBER, 8TU YVES ANT, DECKEIl BROS , WHEET OCR
ESTEY, AND CAMP & ().'S PIANOS.
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE ar.dFA-
RAND & VOTF.Y ORGANS.
Ladies, we wish to call your attention tu the
grandest display of OXFORDS ever shown in
this vicinity, which includes all the new styles.
Our goods are made by the best manufac
turers and are noted for their perfect lit. snle
Ask to see
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Ave.
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No Pddler Sappliei-
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for Imss or esM.
waeon and you will receive pronr.pt attention.
TIMBEKLAKE & SPENCEK, Props.
DAVIS & CO.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A couplet Imeof Pipe. Brass Gooda, Packirg Hos
FirelBriok. Etc LargeBt and best equipped
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DAVIS iBLOCK, MoUne, 111.
1712 First Ave., Rock Island.
Telephone 1 !
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