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THE AitGDS, SATUKDAY4 DJECEMI3EK 31, ISyii.
You can save Time and Money by Trading with
1893 JAHUABY. 1893
J. Bamser t& 8on
Royal Baking Powder
Purest and Strongest.
Dr. PETER COLLIER, late Chemist -in-Chief of
the Department of Agriculture, Washington,
. D. C, having analyze d the chief brands of
Reports the Royal Baking Powder
the greatest in leavening strength,
Yielding over 27 per cent, more gas than
the average of the others tested. Dr. Collier
adds: "I have made m.iny analyses of various
brands of baking powders and
" I have always found the Royal
composed of pure and wholesome
" Peter Collier, M. D., Ph. D."
"April 2, 1S92."
End of the Great Presbyterian
APPEAL TAKEN TO THE ASSEMBLY,
Slie Opponents of the Professor Not
Being Satisfied The Vote on Kach of
the Sis Counts A Narrow Majority on
the Fi.st and Third But Sufficient to
Win Every Charge Voted Down, Giv
ing All Parties a Great Surprise.
New York, Dec. 31. The session of the
New York presbytery, which is sitting as
a court on the trial of Professor Briggs,
was begun promptly at 2 o'clock yester-
' day after n oo n.
Kach member was
minutes in which
to express his
views. The voting
on the first charge
was begun at 4
o'cl oc k and the
vote on the sixth
charge was com-
pletvd and the
lire s b y t e r y ad
before 0 o'clock.
The result of the
1)B. C. A. BRIGGS. several ballots
was then announced to the reporters. The
result was a great surprise, for on all of
the six counts the vote was adverse to sus
taining the charges.
Anti-Brigs Men Lose Interest.
On the first charge, accusing Professor
Briggs of teaching that reason is a source
of divine authority, the vote was as fellows:
To sustain the charge, 60: against susta'.u
ing the charge, (VS. On the second charge,
of teaching that the church is a source of
divine authority, there were 55 votes cast
in favor of sustaining the charge and 71
against. On the third charge, that Pro
fessor Briggs taught that the Scriptures
contained errors of history and fact to
sustain the charge. M; against, 63. After
this vote had been taken two or three of
the anti-Uriggs men left the court, and
others refraiued from voting on the last
Will Go to the General Assembly.
On the fourth charge, teaching that
Moses was not the author of the Penta
teuch, the result was: To sustaiu the
charge, 53; Against, i The vote on the
fifth charge, teaching that Isaiah did not
write niauy of the chapters in the book
bearing his name, was: In favor of sustain
ing the charge, 4!; against, 70. The vote
on the sixth charge, teaching that sanctifi
cation is progressive after death, was as
follows: To sustain the charge, 57; against,
TO. The case will be appealed to the gen
eral assembly, which will meet in Wash
ington early in the spring.
CONFERENCE OF RAILWAY EMPLOYES
U tiaras ann r.ugenn v auueruergeu,
Krupp's resident agent, fought a duel in a
private garden on the liois de la Cambre
Thursuay uight. Vanderbergen was shot
through the heart. The two men had been
on bad terms for several months iu conse
quence of their rivalry for the favors of a
Progress Made by the Federation Meet
iiyg at Cedar Kupitls.
Cedar Rapids, la., Dec. 31. The secret
conference of the different railway organ
izations will not be concluded until some
time today, and it is doubtful if it is even
then. Those in attendance will say but
little of what is being done, but it is
learned that yesterday's meeting was a red
hot one. The committee to consider a plan
of federation reported yesterday morning
in favor of the "system federation." This
plan was given the most careful considera
tion by the members of the conference dur
ing the entire day.
Blither Doubtful of Success.
It was found that there was a great va
riance of opinion on the subject, and
though at one time it was thought an
agreement would be reached, each moment
of debate developed new points of disagree
ment. The leaders of the conference ad
mitted having grave doubts as to their be
ing able to arrive at a conclusion. They
refused to state just how the members
stood toward the proposed plan of federa
tion, but said that its chances of ultimate
success were no brighter, to say the most,
than they were at the first meeting.
Billy Myer to Fight Burge. "
Chicago, Dec 31. Billy Myer, "The
Streator Cyclone," is more than likely to
fight Dick Burge, the lightweight cham
pion of England, in the arena of the Cres
cent City Athletic club next spring. Yes
terday afternoon Alf Kennedy received a
telegram from the president of the Cres
cent City club asking if Myer would meet
Burge for $7,000. The answer was that
Tlii. Was a Belgian Duel.
BausbELB, Dec. -jjorjjinata, of the
WELL DONE, YOUR REVERENCE.
A Mob That Couldn't Face a Treacher's
Homkr, Neb., Dec. M About a month
ago Rtv. B. S. Mastin came here from
Sioux Cify to take charge of the M. E.
church. He boarded with a family named
Harris. Soon after he settled down, rumors
derogatory to his character were circul
ated aad Presiding Elder Maxwell, of
Omahii, came here and investigated. The
result was that Mastin was suspended. He
then took out a license to wed Miss Harris,
daughter of his landlady. When the citi
zens he ird of this they formed a mob. The
wedding was to have taken place Thurs
day night and the mob went there to stop it
MaNtiit Loaned His Gun,
Mastin had spunk, got a gun, and stood
the nn.b oiT. They took refuge behind
strawst icks and fences, arid from this point
of vant ige told Mastin that if the marriage
was coi summated he would be visited yes
terday, tarred and feathered, and given an
excursion on a rail. The wedding did not
liiive ji aee. .-a. ith.o;.a minister was to
have performed the ceremony, but he was
warned to keep away and tnok the hint.
FAILURES CURING THE PAST YEAR.
Less tb.m Any Yeiir Since 1SSG, Both in
Number and Liabilities.
New YciI.k. Dec. 'Jl. The uumher of
failures occurring in the United States in
the year of l'-'.ii. as reported by 11. G. Dun
S: Co., the xucrchatile agency, is 10,314, be
ing a les-s number than iu any year since
1SS6 and showing a difference iu favor of
the pres ;nt year as compared with 18!M
of 2,0:SI. The indebtedness of the failures
for the past year also shows a marked de
crease, being SU4.i-0i,XK) in lS'.U, of again-it
$1',000 000 in 11, and a uearlv similar
amount in ls'.i.
Very SiKUificnnt Figures.
The largely augmented number of trad
ers and i he enormous increase in transac
tions in :he year render these figures very
significant. Only one in every 113 traders
in the l'nited Slates succumbed iu 1SSHJ, as
against one in every ninety -three iu 11
and in every 10:2 iu li. The average lia
bility of the failures in the last year was
tn,00. leing the lowest average" reported
They Seem to Know a Trick or
About Making Money.
ST. Li iris, Dec. 31. Real estate circles
are considerably excited over the develop
ments iu the sale of the Central high
school building and ground, located at the
corner of Olive and Fifteenth streets. Some
time ago the property was sold at auction
and bro tght only 755 per front foot. A
conservative estimate placed the value at
from tl.iKX) to $1,200 per front foot. It now
transpires that the real estate agents who
conduct d the sale were carrying on the
sale in behalf of themselves. The property
Bold for ( 1 13, 230 and is now valued at fciij,-
Signed Ill's Will with Ills Own Blood.
Novi, Mich., Dec. yl. Sumner Bath
rick, a fi rmer who was shot by his son
Thursday night in the course of a quarrel,
died yesterday morning after a night of
terrible suffering. Before dying he made
out his will und signed it with his own
blood. Cay, his sou, was taken to the
county jail at Pontiac, where he would be
safe fron. the crowd that threatened to
Ti e I'mbria Arrives in Fort.
New York, Dec. 31. Another vessel has
spoken the Umbria, this time on Dec. 28.
The Machauset arrived yesterday and says
the Umbria was in good trim, although a
gale was blowing. She was riding easily
and mak ng some progress under sail. She
has brokt n her thaft and was repairing it.
Later. The lTmbria was sighted off
Fire islat d at midnight.
Sasthine in tbe Bouse.
"I'm wtsry with work." the gcod ife s gLed ;
"Bat ulterrall," sbe;said.
"It's eeetJojabor for thcic'weoTc
- No w :nder that'mauis'will wed." ' 'iai
A witeToW wife lightens her toil and gladdens
the home circle by her chectfulncrs. Bnt health
is the fitat requisite, and her ;jiut prerogative.
Hctlth fol own tbe ne ot Dr. Pierce's Favorite
rresr.runum. wuicu teiaira I lie ravugea caused
by tuuee Djouiiar diseases wilci. srHin wnn n.
kind. It i nrtchee tbe blood, cures the cough. in
creases t. - fleb, prevents histeria, nervonent s,
and low st irlte, and is a very foa- tain of hot 1th
io women, young at a oia. satisfaction, or tbe
price (Sl.O) lelundcd. Of dinggieta.
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Oscar 11. Gleason, the horse tamer, will
attempt the taming of a zebra at Union
Square Garden Jan. 9. The zebra in ques
tion has killed four men already.
A Nevada newspaper has discovered that
the state legislature chosen in November is
no legislature at all, having been elected
on an invalid apportionment.
Editor C. M. Stewart, of the Northwest
ern Christian Advocate, says the talk of a
daily Methodist newspaper is talk.
The case at Chicago against the Haw
thorne race track has been dropped for
want of cash backing.
It is reported at P aris that Louise Michel'
the female anarchist, is going to move her
headquarters to Chicago.
Mrs. Lina Taroleck, of Chicago, was
found stone dead kneeling by her bedside.
She had died in the very act of prayer.
Miss Mary K. Garrett, daughter of tlm
late John Y. Garrett, has given a final
sum of ;07,M), iu addition to $50,000 here
tofore given, to make up the endowment of
$.100,000 upon the completion of which tho
trustees of the Johns Hopkins university
agree to open to women advantages pre
cisely equal to those ottered to men for
high medical education.
Alphonse de Rothschild hits given 1.000,
000 francs fcr the benelit of women ac
couched in Paris hospitals.
An expedition has gone to seek treasures
supposed to have been hidden somewhere
in the Manganate mountains in the time of
the Incas. They believe that they have
recovered lost traces of Valverde's route.
Four of nine prisoners who broke jail at
Carlinville, Ills., have escaped. The -ast
were recaptured almost immediatly after
leaving the prison.
E. Lewis, who, during the war, was ad
jutant general of New York and was for a
long time prominent in the politics of the
state, has just died in the Clinton county
(Iowa) poor house.
It is alleged that the Suez Canal com
pany has determined to retain Ferdinand
de lesseps and his son in their present po
sitions in the company's service.
The jury in the damage suit of Kufus A.
Clark against the Cotton Belt road at Lit
tle Hock, Ark., has given a verdict in his
favor for $20,000. The jury was out but a
few minutes. This is the first of a series
of suits growing out of the Crooked Hay
disaster, the amounts claimed aggregating
William Schav.s, the well-known im
porter of and dealer in works of art is
dead at his home in New York.
Willard V. Knight, of Saginaw, MVh.,
committed suicide by shooting himself in
the bead, because of ill health and de
spondency. Miss Eliza Iirower, who died in Newark.
N. J., Thursday, was 100 years old on Dec.
4. She remembered very vividly the funeral
ceremonies of General Washington.
Three new cases of typhus fever have
been discovered in New York.
Arretted for the Pari! llxplosioti.
Pauis, Dec. 31. M. Hulin, formerly a
Boulangist, has lieen arrested on suspi. ion
of causing the explosion Thursday.
BERLIN, Dec 31. The trouble caused by
the strike of lead and iron miners at Saar
Louis, in Rhenish Prussia, threatens to
have serious results. The strike now ex
tends through the whole district und the
men are displaying a very unruly disposi
tion. Friday a number of men who had
refused to join the strikers were com
pelled to quit work by a number of the
strikers, armed with revolvers, who
threatened to shoot them if the did not at
once quit the works. The gend'armes have
been called upon to preserve order and
further trouble is apprehended.
LET IT RUN,
and your cough may end in something seri
ous. It's pretty sure to, if your blood is poor.
That is just the time and condition that in
vites Consumption. The seeds are sown and
it has fastened its hold upon you, before you
know that it is near.
It won't do to trifle and delay, when the
remedy is at hand. Every disorder that can
be reached through the blood yields to Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. For
Severe Coughs, Bronchial, Throat and Lung
Diseases, Asthma, Scrofula in every form,
and even the Scrofulous affection of the
lungs that's called Consumption, in all its
earlier stages, it is a positive and complete
It is the only blood-cleanser, strength re
storer, and flesh-builder so effective that it
can be guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or
cure, in every case, you have your money
back. All medicine dealers have it.
pieces to select from; who pay
4o cents to $1 for that which
you can get at 10c at
171? SecoDd Avenue.
p;-Vneadachoaad relieve all tho troubles nef
dent to a bilioua etaio of the system, such oj
i'tTziness. ri'ausei, trowiineas. Distress aftoc
rating. Pain in the Side, &c While their ffiott
romarkaMo success hita been shown in cusi&g
Jiop.flacbo, yt Cartir'a Little Liver PiTH aM
enmity valuable in Conftipation, curing and pr
xct-ting thin annoyirpcomplaint.'whilo they a!s5
1 1 -r and rvyulite Uie boa oia. liven it they cal j
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A : 't fcwr vr j;il bo alraLt t pricelcsa to ihoso wt 'S
ij'.Vr from tLi'idlHtre'fccicompliint; butfort-t-V.
itn1y their w ci u'::'P ! no'.end h.Te.anu ihopa
Vj'jouirj t!:ci!iv,Ul fu:d (hoBolitilopiils vafi-t-.Mjln
MlJav.y ways thy 'cy will not bo vl
ivst'i v.o do v.ubbut iheia. But aiier alisick lie;
I J.I the toup cf ps Tiv.ry lives thet hero is yrtx.m
vomareor.rpreat Dofust. Cur niilocuraitirtujii
C:l:ers ilo n?t.
lUirt'Va I.i;t!o Livrr Pillaara very pr-Tl an.;
vvy r.ify to t:ii.c. One or two pills iuc a do.?.
iii'V are tirillv v ;-T?t::!nea::ii do no- pripo rr
l.r-v, Luiiiy th'-ir pontic actiun plcaso ail wbi
y-j. the... liLV;-ils.ii2"c-.'r.ts; Cvaf-rjl. Soli
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wn m saui wx pr.if.J-
Ail CliroDic Diseases
Successfal'.v Treated Upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
No Experiments or False Representa
tions. Consultation, Examination
and Advice Free and Con
fidential. At Harper House Saturday,
Ha? bad years of cxt er'crce in the laisrcst bopi
tnl in the country and is a graduate of" several of
the heft collt gf? in the United State, and b is
ju t returned from a tour of tbe largest htHpifeils
in Europe, where, he hai been studv ire tbe latiFt
andn;oi improved tr.cihods of treat ius the dis-eafe.-
of v hich he makes a speciaby.
lie ba tad ytars of experience prior to bii
European trip, and if well kroun in this vlcin ty
as be hp cured hundreds in your city and vicin
ity, in the litt three year". He takes no incur
able di-eapes, but basenred hundreds who have
been riveu up as incurable by local physicians.
Acute tnG chronic catarrh, chrtnic diarrhoea,
painful or suppressed merstruation. iriflnmation
of the womb, inflarration of the bladder, diabetes,
dyspepsia, constipation, kidney, minary and
bladder tnmbles. Fritbt's disease, tape worirs.
crooked limbs and eularted joints. club 'oot.w riite
swelling, nervousness and general debility, impo
tency, leucorrbea, pimples, blotches, 'cancer,
dropsy, gravel gleet, gonorrhoea, bjdrocele. hi art
disease, hsttria, ht. Vitus dance, paralysis,
rheumatism, asthma, female weakness, etc.
All surgical operations performed.
Epilepsy or tits positively cured.
riles cured without pain, knife or caustic.
B ood and skin diseases cared by inproved and
never failing remedies.
Eteo ros? eyes cured in one minute without
pain. Weak, watery eyes, droppimg lids, granul
ated lids, sure eyes of any form, wild hairs, cat
rract, false pupils, spots, scum-, turning in and
out of lids
Ear X oases and deafness, ulceration, dis
charges, polypus, etc.
Nose Nasal caUrrh. polypus of the nose, plas
tic operations, etc. lir. Walters can absolutely
and pennaneLtly cure any case of catarrh that
ever existed. He honestly believes he can show
greater record of cases c f catarrh cured than all
other physicians in the state.
Small tumors, cancers, warts, moles, etc., re
moved w ithout acids, knife, pain or scar. New
Ladies That "tired" feeling and all tbe female
weaknesses are nrompt'y cured. Bloating, head
aches, nervous prostration, general oebtlity,
sleeplessness, depression, indigestion, ovarian
troubles, inflammation and nlceiation, falling and
displacements, spinal weakness, kidney com
plaints, and change of life.
Obganal Weakness Immediately cured aad
fall vicor restored. This distressing affliction,
which renders life a burden and marriage impos
sible, is the penalty paid by the victim of impro
per indulgence. The most chaste must acknow
ledge that the passions are the great magnet by
which the whole world Is attracted. Destroy
them and what have we- Man is no longer inter
ested In the opposite sex; the intercnauge of that
blissful repose which now attracts and interests
the whole world exists no longer; man ceases to
be what God made himi ; the world is no longer in
teresting to him, and remorse and disappointment
are bis constant companions. Consult Dr. Walter
at once, and you will find the sympathy aid re
lief that you positively require to be happy.
Ketr-ember tbe date, and come early, as his
rooms are always crowded wherever he goes.
Dr. Walter will return every four weeks dur
ing the year rf 1893. Brir.g from two to four oz.
of urine for chemical analysis.
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The Old Established Jewelers.
Owing to their immense and well selected stod-
find just such an article as you 'desire for a nice oh
our wasting time and energy looking around. We car
t-autty ui ujji.ta giabbtij, goia specracies, eve rU-.
nne silver novelties, onyx clocks, souvenir spoons, ear-
sets, small tancy clocks, Chatelaine watches, and our n
large line of watches, diamonds and fancy stone rin r.
We have fitted up a special department for OPTIC
ouuijs; we are better prepared tor correcting all error
refraction than any one in the three cities. '
J. EAMSER & SOX,
1S27 Second Avenue, Rock Wan
We Inst 1
All of our warm goods must move out tho
next 30 days. This includes all of our fine
In order to mak them move lively we have marked tb
down to bottom prices Come early before tbe sizes a
Wrigrh.t 6c Greeriawa
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Y uwish a piece of Diamond Jewelry,
You wish a Wa tch,
You wish a Clock,
You wisa a Fine Pin,
You wish a pair of Ear Singe,
Ycu wish eomething in Solid Silver,
Yon wish a pair of Opera Glasses,
You wish a pair of Geld Spectacles,
You wish anylhing in cur line
You can surely find it at
Cor. Tnird and Brady Sts., Davenport, low
nk intv mW
r MM Ut II VII l P. J
Never before heard of prices,
At G. O. HUGKSTAEDT'S,
1809 and 1811 Second Avenue
s iwwiis 1. Hnpl mmtm ye&mm sm
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