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OVKJvliJEll 12, 1892.
The United States Official
Investigation of Baking: Powders,
Made under authority of Congress by the Chemical Division of the
Dep't of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, and recently completed,
Shows the Royal Baking Powder
to be a cream of tartar baking pow
der of the highest quality, superior
to all others in strength, leaven
ing power, and general usefulness.
The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest
expert official authority the lending I-Vi i.- Powder of the world
Saturday, November 12.
IU:VEX(H0F A IIUX.
Drutal Treatment of Sick Men
1I0LTEH SOLD S3 TOUTED IN TEZ EAB
TTie Ip(l Done While th Yirtim ly
SVMplns A story of Crovlty, Avarice
i-.d l:trilut loii Mint 1. Smnrn hat
Cniqiir ls!;ir.lly IinK.f a New York
Hn-.li.ind, inilin; l p W illi a Irli1f-rata
Attempt to Kt a Vi,"e to Dt-ai.li
Boisk, M:i., Xov. 12. X-nr Junction
Cfossin;.', nn the C'riirwiiu-r river, a Ifan
imrian nniiK ci Z.ic'mi ov :-V;y v:is horriliiy
munlereil ly a count ryi-.i;iji known as
IVt-r the 1 Inn," for e,n.:r time su;rHsf'(l
Indignity. iAiT, while t-i; victim sli rt,
potirrd a lot of nio!tn wilder into iiis ;ir.
Thi hot mi tal iyiickl Jt-nrncl its way into
the uiifortiiiiMie man's brain, causing al
niOHt instant death.
Furls of the Crnrl Ieil.
It wm ti; 'ii later i'if..i r..:r.:.nri that four
Hungarian ! c-r iniircrs whn h:i''. !y reck
less use of f(tiic ksiivitr, bernini liaoly sali
vated, had imployed a l.'.-tn lia-ncl Z tcli
Orousky to nm-se t!:fm. Tin- l.nter treated
the four iinl'.irtunstev in n lni;fil manner,
and he took special pleasure in nlr.isin.; one
of the quartette known as "IVterthe Hun."
Zaehorousky openly ki.impi1 that when his
countrymen (lied, which wo ild not Ik- at a
rery late ilwy. he would come into posses
ion of their miniat claims, which are quite
"I'cterthe Hun" Confesses.
On Sunday night Zachoronsky slept in
the cabin of his countrynvn . Next morn
ing be was found cold n'a'.h. He was
lying on his back, his eyes' ,X.il month w iue
pen, a peculiar exprc .-.sion if ai;ony resting
upon his swarthy f;icp. Tiie ilunariatis
denied all knowledge of how he nut his
death, but. at the inquest lr. James Paul
sen performed an autopsy and discovered
that death had been caused by the inject ion
of more than an otinceof molten wilder into
the right auditory canal. On bein closely
questioned "Peter the Hun,' confessed that
he had poured the hot metal into the ritzht
ear of Znchorousky whil. t he lat ter was
asleep. He said lie did it in revenue for
the cruel treatment, which he and his com
panions had received from tiie dead man.
TRIED TO CREMATE HIS WIFE.
A New York I'tictoirrapher'n Irnnken and
New Yoijk, Xov. 12. Kdwin W. Ash. a
photographer, X years old, who residi-s itt
One Hiindnd ami S-ventieth street and
Kings Bridge road, was arraigned lH'fore
Justice VfMirhis yesterday niorniiigcharced
with trying to burn his wife and chihL
Ash has been on a spree for over a month;
during that time he jimused hini"elf at in
tervals by r.busing his wife and their child,
girl 4 years old. The drunken photog
rapher reeled home at midnight Thursday
night, and as soon as he entered t he frame
shanty in which they live he began to beat
Dragged 11 or About hv the Hair.
He threw chairs and dishes at the poor
woman and dragged her all about the
room by her hair. Tiring of this p:,stime,
be attem pted to beat her brains out, using
aa a weapon t he fragments of a table
which be had smashed to pieces in his
drunken frenzy. Finally he snatched a
lamp and hurled it at his wife. It struck
the wall and was smashed, and the burn
ing oil immediately set fire to the interior
of the room. Ash then locked the outside
door and placed his back against it, telling
bis wife that he intended to watch her
burn to deal h.
Saved ly the Firemnn.
The woman screamed for help and fortu
nately a passer-by heard her and sent an
alarm to the lire department. Meanwhile
the whole building was in flames and Ash
.made bis escape, leaving his wife to her
doom. When the firemen arrived they bat
tered down the door of the dwelling and
rescued the woman, who fainted when
taken nut. She was badly burned, while
the child, who was in her mother's arms,
was uninjured. Ilouudsman Fitzgerald
arrested Ash and he was held without bail.
FOR A FEW BUSHELS OF CORN.
Illlnoin Farmer ;!ven Another m
Jleadly Load of l.'-ud.
WooDSTOfK, Iils., Xov. 1J. At Miuer's
Cryst' Spring factory, in (ireeuwood, yes
terday morning, John Dclehanty shot uud
instantly killed William Love. The trouble
grew out of Love's hogs getting into Dcie
hanty's corn field and destroying several
bushels of corn. Delehanty demanded rei
aration for his loss, and it was agreed that
two men should estimate the damage and
Love would lay it. The appraisorsdeeided
tbat about ten bushels of corn were lost.
Love Wiuii't Nutlaflrd.
But Love thought that too much, so he
and a neigHxir entered Delehanty 'a field
Thursday to make a personal investigation,
when they run upon Delehanty, who was
bnBking con, guarding himself with a
shotgun. He ordered the visitors out and
told them thnt if they did not go he would
uw .h Tit', i .iej -eft, bur J. -.'e'i I v ;.
rn. '..' 1 J rr- ti:.
Delehainy was thu first patron o
factory to arrive with milk. Love i
diau-ly pulled oil his overcoat, and ijot
lWehanty's waon, and the twoju
fivm there to the ground. Delehantj
tinnl two sho's, the first missing its t
into uped i
but the sit-ond strikiti!? Love just ;
the r.Klit nipple and lodging to the 1
the br.ck lion. love died instantly
uis uiuruerer was am-suu.
Wrorc Off Three Train ltcbberg.
Chattanooga, Xov. 12. Three train rob
bers held up the W. & A. train at Adairs
ville last nij.'ht, but were successfully held
off. Twenty shots were fired, one of v-hich
took effect in the person of one of the rob
bers, ai.d another wounded the flagman.
The passengers were badlv frightened All
the robbers escaped, but pursuit has been
instituted. The tlnfrr.ian claims to have
killed one of tiie robbers.
He Won an I It pliant.
CM attaxoooa, Xov.lU. The creates- pro
cession ever seen in Chattanooga pandtd
the streets last night in honor of Cleve
land's cacti in. A leading feature of the
para;!;-. Wfis a laru'e elephant, which ii cir
cus man w hi- huppeiu-d in the city ti e
day of flection bet and lost. This ele
phant wa.s paintetl red and ridden tun .ugh
the streets by the young man who won iu
Latent Kelerns ffvn.u California.
Xr.w Vm.ii, Xov. li A dispatch re
ceived at 1) niocratic headquarters Irom
the state Democratic committee of Cali
fornia yesterday says that the Democrats
get nine electors, six congressmen ami one
L'niteil Status senator.
HAD 'EM ON A STRING.
a Young Texan Who Supplied What "Was
Xew Yor.K, Xov. 12. Mr. Walz Vftta,
t wealthy young Texan, gave a unique en
tertainment Thursday night at the V aza
hotel to a score or more of his friends. The
quests arrived, on time and found the din
ner table viry much like other dit ner
tables so far as its appointments were cou
;erned. The unusual thing was the ab
lence of a menu. Mr. Vetta explained that
the chef was prepared to furnish anytl ing
that the wildest fancy of his guests c uld
iesire, and everybody proceeded to order
his or her favorite dish or wine. This
struck the banqueters as such a novel idea
that some extraordinary demands were
made, but in no instance was an v palate ais
ippointed. Called for Their Favorites.
During dinner Mr. Vetta asked the la
dies and gentlemen to select some form of
entertainment after the feast. One sug
gested that it would be a fine thimg if
Bessie Clayton were to app.-ar and dance
for the company; another wanted to hear
Clementine de Vere sing; a hirdwisied
for Jennie O'Xeill Potter to give some r.x-i-tations.
and another young lady said she
would like to listen to the mellow barit ne
of Francis Fisher Powers.
Rubbed Hid Aladdin' Lamp.
Mr. Vetta rublied his Aladdin's lamp, and
presto! all these eople appeared as if by
magic. Inez Carusi flew through an o ien
window with her harp and Bessie Clayton
dropped in in the costume she wears in her
nightly appearance in "A Trip to China
town." Mme. de Vere sag the "Jejvel
Song." Mr. Powers rendered a ba'laf. or
two in impressive style, and Miss Camssi
performed the Boccheriiii minuet in a vay
to charm the asceticism out of an anchorite.
Some flection Skullduggery.
Buffalo, Xov. 12. A Republican e ec
tion inspector has made affidavit that in
the first election district of the Eleventh
ward the returns were altered 100 votes, In
favor of Iavv, Democrat Another affidavit
states that in the third district of the Sec
ond ward the. returns were falsified to -lie
extent of ninety-two votes. On thestremh
of the latter affidavit the five inspectors of
election in ti e district named wereyeste--day
morning arrested and locked up at vhe
police station. It appears thiit the retu us
from these districts in particular filed in -.Le
city clerk's and county clerk's officesjdoimt
agree, and afford convincing proof that
crooked work has been done. The cases
will be taken into court and fought to the
Lynched by a I'rivate Mob.
SAN Jose, Cal., Nov. 12. lleury Pla iz,
aged 23, recently appointed manager of ihe
Frederickburg brewery, was found hang
ing to a tree near Guadaloupe bridge yes
terday morning. His hands were tied ie
hind his back, his feet tied together, anr. a
handkerchief over his mouth. The ground
nearthe tre- and for a distance of thii ' y
feet showed evidence of a struggle. 1 he
affair is thns far shrouded in mystery. It
is not known what could have been the
motive of any one to get him out of 1 le
way. A diamond ring was found on bis
finger, and robbery is not thought to fur
nish the motive.
These Kxposltion Souvenirs.
Washinctok, Xov. IS. The treasury de
partment will hhortly ship to the Philud il
phia mint tl.000.000 in half-dollars to ho
coined into the Columbian expositi in !
eouveuir lialf-doJlar pieces. There have
Deen snippea lor this purpose, thus fir,
$000,000 from the sub-treasury at Ntw
York city, ad $200,000 from Baltimote.
Kew York will send $1,300,000 for this pr. r-
be walked to tne frysiai tinni u
and waiwul for Delihanty to arrive.
I.-l,-liity Whs "Heeled."
OPEN SUNDAY FAIR.
The Local Doard of Directors
3sly reus vj'ji-3 n cftoeitioit.
A Proposition that ttie ates lie Open to
Visitors, lull that the Machinery lie
Idle Kuilwav Men t;et Togell.er and
Agree ou a Cenernl Scheme for Uates to
the ire.il Miow Fi:e.neial St!itei:i nt
Showing Uecei;; . niui r x;i uses , 1 ar
CniCAC.o, Xi-v. 12. With only four dis
senting votes the directors of the WoihiV
fair went ou r co.i jv-ter.lay afterni ori as
favoring the upei!;:i,' of the exjx:s:t:.t on
bunuay. TUj resolutions ado;-.:. si sU.le
that tiie Su.i lay i xp.-.sition s.hou jl ix' a
still show, ti.e lair lo In-o; en o.-i ii
co;icition tiii.t an g.-.'l. -v.es tii.
open on Suii'lav. Among o" in-i t :ii:igs tli -resolutions
declaiv: ' ii i-- our j-ul jment
that the exj..isitioii :.o:;li w ope i u Sun
day under such rules and regulations as
will prohibit ihe use of i.;.- winery, un
necessary m inn il lalnu- a;;d .:!! r.i.rch;:n
dising, and ;i thesane.' i.nie give opportun
ity fur the stuisy of the highest Maii'.!.'ivd of
artistic and inecliaiiic.il s ience;i!iii; the .ill
liallery, the hortii -.,; ural buiiuing, and i".l
other builuii.gs in which exhibits of me
chanic! ait are exhibited, sliimid lk
thrown open to the public on e:u ii and ev
ery day during the entire time of tiie expo
sition; also that e.trb employe should be
given one day of each week for resl, study,
or recreation. We believe that the study
on Sunday of such, exhibits of science and
art, and of the skill and genius of the
artisan, witi not only lie of inestimable ed
ucational advantage, but the thoughts of
the visitors will be lilted above these creat
ive agencies to the great Creator of all
things useful and beautiful."
Will Send Ihe Artiou to Cotigres.
The resoluions favor the holding of rs
ligious services on the grounds each Sun
day afternoon. It is probable that a state
ment of the lxiard's action, together
with the resolutions Adopted, will In seat
to each memlier of congress. Whether
any further attempt will lie made to inila
ence the members to amend the law has
not been decided, but it is likely that long
petitions will lie sent, to Washington soon
after the session of congress begins.
World's l-'air Finances.
Auditor Ackornian furnished another
statement of World's fair finances yester
day, it sho.vs tii.it the total receipts to
Nov. 1 liave Iki-u H.I1i;,i77.Sil and the
ilisbursei.icuts .1:11. i: 1:.1S. The pay
ments on subscription have amounted to
$5,:-t7r.:i:(rt.. Treasurer Swberger has
already n--eivsl .vul.om) from the
sale of exjMisition lunids. in addi
tion to the .O H).(tii) re-ilized from
the sale oj city of Chicago bonds. Tiie
next largest source of revenue has liecn tic
gate receipts at Jackson park, I5S,223.01
having Ix-en reftli.cd from this source since.
thelMHird commenced chargingaiKidmission
fii'. The expi-nscs of the construction
department reach the total of $M.tilo,t2ti.SU,
of which Vi.KW.SJl.U.i were paid out during
RAILWAY RATES TO THE FAIR.
An Agreement that llaa Been Practically
Made by Western Lines.
CHICAGO, Xov. 12. Western lines have
practically agreed on world's fair rates and
methods of handling pa-ssengers. The plan
as formulated is based on action taken at a
meeting of the Western lines, which in
formally agreed on a redtictiuii in round
-!p rates not greater than tr per cent of
present rates. The matter is now in the
hands of a commit tee of seven western gen
eral passenger agents, who will meet Dec.
6. The proposed plan of western lines is in
the main as follows: Hound trip excur
sion rates may be sold to Chicago and re
turn each day, commencing April 25, ltV:i,
and continuing until Oct. 5, 1893, inclu
sive; good going witliiu one day of sale and
returning for thirty days. Round trip ex
cursion tickets sold after Oct. 5 shall be
limited for return passage to Xov. 5. All
tickets shall provide for continuous pass
age in both directions.
Itats from Prlm-innl Points.
Agreed rates are to lie not less than the
following for round trips: St. Louis, $12.25;
East St. Louis, $11.25; Kansas City, $IS.20;
Leavenworth. $is.2,'j; Atchison, $18.25; St.
Joseph, $18.!25; Pacific Junction, $19.25;
Council Bluffs, $19.50; Omaha, $20.00; Sioux
City, $20.00; St. Paul, $10.00; Minneapolis,
$16.00; Dulufch, $1U.00; Superior, $19.00;
Ashland, $17.50. The foregoing rates are
based approsimately on 2 cents a mile,
short line mileage in each direction, which
rate shall be theofucial rate of Western
Passenger association lines outside of a
radius of 100 miles from Chicago.
With the loo-Mile Circle.
From the territory within 100 miles of
Chicago the general basis shall be 2.7c per
mile in each direction, tickets to be sold
every day from April 80 to Oct. oO, 1893,
good for return passage within fifteen
days. From time to time excursions from
poiuts withiu 300 miles of Chicago and
called "special coach .excursions" may be
run on whicn tickets may be sold at a rate
of not less than 1 cents a mile.
"William A. Prentiss, Milwaukee's oldest
Cleveland" Won a Wife for Him.
Ctnciithati, Nov. 13. Henry Rudolph,
residing at Evanston, this state, has for
several years sought the hand of a Miss
Lawrence of the same place, but un
successfully. Just after the Chicago con
vention Miss Lawrence bet Rudolph that
Cleveland would not win, the stake being
her hand. Tuesday night Rudolph came
to this city to get the returns. He was the
most anxious man in town. When it be
came known that Cleveland had been
elected he was wild. Wednesday morning
he returned to Evanston, brought Miss
Lawrence to this city, and married her.
A Populist Idea of the Situation.
ST. Lons, Nov. 13. Chairman Taube
neck, of the national campaign committee
of the Populists, says that in putting the
Democrats in power the people have only
jumped from one fire into another. The
People's party "will reorganize immediate
ly and prepare for the next contest. We
are right and will not turn our bucks on
the principles we haveadvoctt'xl ou mony,
land and tranportation, Ixcr" -,-: r't i'ie
tariff question sinks i:!to i.icaiice.
We shall centre our entire on the
To Mark Milea Stand isli's Crave.
Bostok, Xov. 12. Two cannons thirty
two pounders, weighing 5,7'X) pounds each
have been placed in position to mark
Captain Mil -s Standish's grave at Dux
bury. Twelve empty eight-inch shells will
also be placed there, and a bowlder has
been placed at each of the graves of Cap
tain Sumdish. his daughter and his daughter-in-law.
A five-ton bowlder, marked
"Miles Standish," has been placed in the
center of the lot. An appropriate public
observance will subsequently be held.
Youne h'-it Is Pretty Lucky.
Dexvki:, Xov. 12. Kit Carson, a son of
the scout, was found guilty Thursday at
Las Animas, Colo., of manslaughter. On
Dec. )0 he w-nt to the house of bis father
in law, William Iiichardj, whom he ac
cused of having enticed his wife away from
hint. Cars-on shot several times at Kich
ards, one of the shots killing Mrs. Rich
ards. Richards was also severely wounded,
Christian Kndeavorers in Session.
Vincf.nnks, Ind., Xov. 11. The district
convention of the Christian Endeavor soci
ety of Knox, Davies, Green, Pike and Sul
livan counties is in session here. A large
number of delegates are in attendance.
Addresses were delhered Friday and this
evening by ltev. T. S. Scott, of this city;
Miss Elizabeth Wishnrd. of Indianapolis,
and W. J. wis. of i'eri-e il;. xtv.
Mortal Illness of ( apt. Densraore.
Washington-, Xov. 12. Captain Dens
more, for many years chief usher of the
White House, and who is widely known
among public men, is reported to be
lying at the point of death at his residence
in this city. Captain Densinore resigned
during Mr. Cleveland's first administration,
but resumed his duties at the White House
booh after the election of Mr. Harrison.
Killed the Poacher All the Same.
Btr.UX, Xov. 12. A poacher named
Schoenfeld, while pursuing his avocation
in the royal forest of Vierbrueder Kruz, in
Prussia, encountered Gamekeeper Toll
kiehn and shot him. He then fled. Toll
kiehn, though badly wounded, caught and
killed the poacher.
New President for Cornell.
Ithaca. X. Y., Xov. 12. Jacob Gould
Schurman was yesterday inaugurated pres
ident of Cornell university. . The exercises
were held in the armory and were attended
by a very large audience of university men,
out of towu visitors and townspeople
TWO STRIKES QUIT BUSINESS.
Men Go to Work at New Orleans and at
Xkw Orleans, Xov. 12. The strikers
and merchants have agreed, and the men
those who could get iwhave gone to work.
The agreement provides that the old men
be taken hack, except where othera have
been employed; that the question of
wages and hours tie arbitrated, and
that no discrimination be made against
uuion men. Some of the men are dissatis
fied, especially those who found their
places occupied by new men.
The merit, of Hood's Sarsaparilla ia
proven by the many wonderful cures it is
nccomplishing. It ia just the medicine
What the Hon. George G. Vest fays m
regard to the superiority of the nirsrh
berg'B diamond and noD-changeable spec
wc'.es "I am using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Hirscbberg and they are the
best I ever trkd; it affords me great
pleasure to recommend Frof . Hirscbberg
as an excellent optician, and his glasses
ae simply unequalled in mv experience
G. G. Vest.'
These spectacles are for sale by T. H
Thomas agent tor Rock Island.
Nothing So Good for the
The universal testimony of those who
have used Reid's German Cough and Kid
ney Cur i ii that for tbe ailments of child
hood it is the best thing in the world.
The following from a worthy resident of
8.. Louis ehows that it always produces
the desired result:
St Louis, Mo,, July 7, 1898.
Sylvan Remedy Co.
Gentlimen: I want to say to vou for
the tentflt of the public that I hve used
your Reid's German Cough snd Kidney
Cuie for my little girl and boy and I
claim that it saved the life of rcy little
t'iri. She cut her tenth on the Iudws and
was very bad. Nothing cave her elief
until I used your Reid's German Cough
and Kidney Cure and then she got better
right away. My little bov hid whooping
cough but I bad no trouble with him for
I uned your Reid's German Cough and
Kidney Cure. Any mother tbat has a
child with whooping cough or any lung
trouble, let her get a bottle of your
Reid's German Cough aDd Kidney Cure
hi d she will save herself many a dollar;
not ;hat alone, but save her child's life,
which is more than all tbe world to a
mother. Hoping that this will be of bens
efit to the public, I remain.
Mrs Ellen Dueier,
1804 North Broadway, St, Louis, Mo.
For Ladies and Misses,
We are showing the prettiest shoes
ever shown in the city, every pair a per
fect fit, quality the best, and the prices
For Men and Boys,
We have the best line in the city
every pair warranted. Examine quality
and prices; they cannot be duplicated.
Our School Shoes
Are good shoes; they will give vou
the best of wear.
YV rig; lit &c Grceqa w ei 1 1 ,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
$4.00 per Month for Ten years,
or $6.00 per Month for Six years
Pays Principal and Interest and seeures you
a Deed with Abstract of Title.
ON E CE PLAN. ! LOCATION 38th hT.
PRICES W.ILL BE ADVANCED.
Ccme early pud cecure choice locations and lowest prices.
BUFORD & GUYERS Addition.
Apply to J. M. Buford or E. H. Guyer.
At never before heard of prices
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT'S,
1809 and 1811 Second Avenue.
314 BRADY STREET,
The Fall and Winter Goods are now DAVEHPORT,
In. Et member we are thewirrr ihe largtet ard most varied
assortment of Dr mestio anu TTaTEd goods in th three
cities. Suits made to your measure from $20 to $10; Trou
sers made to your measure $5 to $12
We will occupy our new store, cor. of Fifth avenue
and Twenty-third St., and will be known as the
fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
EOR87 VON KOECKRHZ, Pharmacist.
It is an acknowledged
ment is the most com
plete in the city; that we
show more pretty and
original styles than any
other three houses, and
that our prices are 2$ per
cent below all competi-
Always thi best at the lowest prices.
fact that our Cloak Depart
1 14 W. Second Street, DAVENPORT, IOWA.