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T11K AltUUS, FIUJDAY, MAY 20, 181KJ.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
DR. BRIGGS' CASE.
Leaders in the Fight Com
plete Their Addresses.
SALIENT FOISTS OF THE FLSS.S.
An l."lmiiiit Wiml-l'p by tlie Professor
ml n sltnrii ltx'liii(re Dvor 1 1 i-4 Intn
ruptioti of ilit "lii.f Irnsciitor--Ar-raniini'iitK
M:i fr Opneral !l:tie
and Taking a V l I'nitcil l'rc-sbyti-rlans
Mk a AVorl:ls l'nlr Protest.
. VAMllNi;iiiN M;iy Sfi. The jjeiier.-il ;is
Bombly li:is reached tie conclusion of 1 1 1
argument by parties 1a intori-st upmifl.
rrcomiv.psitlat ic.n of the jtnlioi.-il co;nnmtv
that tlie i;-el of the prosecuting comrvi -tee
in the ll.-ijjs case le entertained. T;;
puolic interest of the previous t wo !:.;. s
was, if miythinir, ii:cicnsetl. Amoni; the
spectators was the venerable Itev. II. .V.
Field, IX T.. of New York. I'rofi--- r
Bris spoke altoue. I.i-r four an 1 a !i
hours, at three ditfVreiii sittings of x'.:
court. (.'oh'Ticl J. .T. McCook, of tluc
mittee on prosecutiui!, closed the nr'ti tmit
on iK'h.alf of the prosecution. He ilivi:ie.l
his nr,'ii:i'.i at into two parts, speaking an
hour ntal twenty minutes in the afternoon
and cotx-Iu.Iini; at the evening session. ;
Ieft-iii' the New York IVcstiytery.
Con'uiu.'ij liis r.ri;;itneiit I'r. ll.i-t.s
said that the presbytery t-i New Yor, ti e ,
largest presbytery i:i t he c'nn eh, after a
Ion.- and patient consideration of the c::-e
pave a verdict of acipiUtal. Would tie
general assembly icive ti e same time a:;d
patience to considering the met its of th
case if the appeal should be entertain ;!;
and was it likely that so numerous a bouy ,
would !e r. more e:iuitbe court than the'
oresbvterv of New imk? Il:s eotit
tion, in part, was that
ot tue oenents enjoyed unaer tlie contract
which he had broken.
The acquittal by the lower court did not
bar the right of appeal. The appeal had
been taken to the assembly before bein
laid before the New York synod because it
related to doctrines absolutely fundament
al; because it was ripe for decision; because
it involved the construction of the ordina
tion vow. He then submitted a written
argument covering all the points iu dis
pute, and antagonized Dr. Bricks at every
Kev. lieoiKe I). Kaker, chairman of the
judicial committee, then cll'ered a resolu
tion that two hours be t;iven the members
1 the assembly for discussion, at the end
oi u hich time the vote shall be taken. A
quarter of an hour of lively cross-tiring en
sued as to the form in w hich the question
should be put, and the lencth of time to
lie jiiven for argument, the upshot of which
was that tho time of argument was ex
tended to f!ir hours, and the rifjht to oiler
to amend the form of questions, so as to
provide for sendin.it the appeal to synod, re
served to the commissioners. The assem
bly then adjourned for the day.
I i.ited l'rchliy terians Protest.
Monmoi'th, III., May -". The United
Presbyterians devoted the day to the recep
tion and reference of papers, memorials
and committee reports. Dr. l.ruee was
elected moderator and announced his com
mitters. The College Springs (Iowa)
church sent a request to inaugurate a boy
cott on the World's fair if it was opened
Sundays. The statistical reports showed
that there are 10 synods, 02 presbyteries,
13." congregations and a membership of
K'O.MS. A protest was adopted by a unani
mous vote against the action of the World's
fair directory in proposing to open the
World's fair on Sundays, and entreating
nil United Presbyterians to stay away from
the fair if it is opened on Suudsy.
Synod uf the Lutherans.
Canton, O., May 20. The Lutheran synod
t f tir.sl.vtt-rv of ; admitted as advisory delegates Ir. L. 15.
eiv l.tk rendered its verdict despite
great pressure upon its members to con
vict. He then went into a leview of his
case and recited nil the facts over again.
Wants the C.l-e to t
He dec In red that if th
entertained it would be
constitutional riirhts of
to the Sytnnl.
app.-il sh Mild b '
a violath of t h-
the presbvterv of
New York, ami deprive l.iru i f his ri-ht of
complaint t-uitratiti ed in the constitution,
and 1 sell with :i appt.-il, toache.l with a
aajreest ioti rf jvithos. that the cise iniht
go to th synod of New York. If that w re
done he would aid in the lull solution of
the case, and then if it were seat back 1
the next :ri ii'.ral assembly, he won! 1 abide
by its decision, whatever it i:iil.t '. I!"
regretted if he had sai .' at yihim; thtlt ha 1
caused trouble in the church.
11 is -rvie-s a-. T. seller.
No one lei.'t.tte.I it more than he did.
Tie ha 1 ta;;;ht f r twenty years at the Ui:
icn Theoh -ical seminary, lie continued p
pealitily, idt:u .-t ji.it !m tic-diy. 0?:ly four
other teaclier of !'re-; yteriati theohiry
hail taught !..n-r t'a in h ; only tv.o had
been the instructors 1. 1 more ministers of
the church than he. O; a'.! persons t hat
had been taught by him he challenged any
of th !T1 to say t hat he bed U.uuht. tlieiu
anything that had hit-, r'ere 1 with the true
discharge ot ti.eir hiv duties.
lie Mn U t I. iw II(nJty.
The professor closi d his address w ith the
Though tlie mills of Cr priii.l slowly.
Y't they erind -x 'e;litur s:u:d!:
Though with patier.ee He stands waiting.
With exuetness grinds He all. ,
"The massive walls of law and equity
frowu upon this appeal. Upon these bat
tlements tlie appellee takes his stand. The
constitution of our church is his banner.
Here lie will remain standing whatever
may betide. He can do no other. Here
stands th presbytery of N'ew York which
has acquitted him. Here stands the synod
of N'ew York, which hns taken juris liction
of his complaints. Here will rally sooner
or later all w ho are loyal to I'resbyteriau
law and discipline; all who have confidence
in truth and scholarly if. vest igaton: all
who would advance in the eyes of the
world the historic faith and order of our
church; nil who seek tiie peace and pros
perity of the kingdom of (1 id."
APPLAUSE FOR THE DEFENDANT.
Which the Moderator Indignantly Re
bukes Some Interruptions.
As he took his seat a wave of applause
ran over the rear of the church, which
evoked an indignant rebuke from the
moderator. Ccdonel J. J. McCook then be
gan the closing argument for the prosecut
ing committee. Almost at the opening
Dr. Hriggs interrupted Colonel McCook, to
correct, what he claimed was a mistake
made by the latter, and a few moments
later again arose and said: "May I ask a
Colonel McCook You may interrupt me
as often as you please.
Moderator Craig Dr. Uriugs, I allowed
you to speak four and a half hours with
Dr. liriggs I wanted to correct a mis
statement. Moderator Craig--Colonel McCook heard
you throughout without objsction, al
though he might have challenged many of
your statements. Now let him go on in
the same way. That is only fair and
Dr. Hriggs It is understood, then, that I
do not consent to the incorporation of any
Moderator Craig O, certainly. And I do
not suppose that Colonel McCook gave bis
assent to a score of things you said, but
be bore them well. Colonel McCook will
CoL McCook in bis argument also re
cited the history of the case in its various
stages, and maintained the regularity of
the several steps. Alluding to the remark
ot Dr. Briggs that bis ecclesiastical life
should not be jeopardized a second time,
lie said this was a somewhat ingenious.but
inappropriate use of the term. "Ecclesias
tical life" seems to have confused the
minds ot some as to the character of the
proceedings under the Book of. Discipline.
This was not a criminal proceeding; it
was a proceeding to enforce a contract. If
the appellee lost be would only be deprived
Wolf, of India, and llev. I). A. Day, of Li
beria. The (-lection of officers resulted:
President, Kev. C. S. Albert, of Baltimore:
s crctary, Kev. W. S. Frcase, of York, Pa.;
treasurer, Ixaiis Manns, of Cincinnati.
The president was conducted to the chair
and presented v.ith an oak gavel made
from wood grown near Washington's
grave. A i evolution protesting against
opening the World's fair Sundays was of
fered and the different committees were
Himouiiced. The foreign missions commit
tee's report was approved. The night meet
rig was devoted to missions.
Desveu v -rii. The t-cccntl tlav'
ijion of .be Publication society of the Bap
tist church was called to order by Vice
President G (odmin, of Illinois. After
singing and prayer a discussion was had
relative to enlarging the publication field.
Some interesting statistics were furnished
concerning the growth of the Sunday
schools in connection with the school pa
pers and libraries. The day was devoted
THE INDEPENDENT G. A. R. POST.
Tall; of Carrins the Uittirulty to the Sv
Nkw YoitK, May 2tl. In spite of the ac
tion that has been taken against them by
Commander-in-Chief A. C. Weissert and
Department Commander Joseph E. Cleary,
of this state, the ruemliers of Farnham
post, or the Noah L. Farnham Independent
Veterans, as they are now called, believe
that the better element of the Grand Army
sympathize with them. The meeting at
which the new organization was perfected
was attended by a larger number of mem-
hersthau has attended any business meet
ing of the organization for many years.
Tbecommander delivered the report of
the committee which went to Albany and
appeared before the council of administra
tion to purge Farnham post of contempt.
He said they offered an apology, but re
fused to rescind the resolutions. The re
port was adopted by a vote of SS to In,
after which the motion to form the new
fir'niy.ation was carried. The prevail. nir
sentiment seems to be largely iu favor of
' carrying the matter to the next national
' eucampmeut, but it was finally referred to
a committee. Two old Grand Army men
applied for admission to the new organi
zation and were elected.
DOUBLE TRAGEDY AT GOTHAM.
A Itrtrayed Italian Shoots His Wife and
N"EV, Yor.K, Miy A tragedy was
enacted iu Cat Alley, in w hich figured a
wronged husband, an unfaithful wife and
her lover, nil Italians of the lower gratU.
The wife is dead, her lover lies in Cham
bers Street hospital with four bullets iu him
and death not far off, while the husband
occupies a cell at police headquarters. The
husband is Antonio Bianchi and his rival
is Gabriel Bertoleano. who was a suitor
also for the hand of the woman, when
they lived in Italy, and the girl favored
Gabriel, but her parents persuaded her to
marry Antonio. There would probably
have been no bloodshed if the woman had
given up Antonio's boy, but she would
Lansing, May 20. The senate has passed
the bil increasing the salaries of the jus
tices of the supreme court to 7,000; repeal
ing the special charter of the Michigan
Central Railroad company and bringing
the road under the general law for taxa
tion purposes, thereby increasing its an
nual tax (30.000. In the house the senate
bill re-enacting the old law for the election
of presidential electors on a general ticket
was passed, as were the hills compelling
banks doing both a savings and commer
cial business to keep the securities and
assets of each department separate, and to
suspend sentence on persons convicted of
drunkenness, in case the latter give bonds
to take a course of treatment at some le
gally Incorporated gold cure establishment.
. William D. Qulnby.of Michigan, has been
appointed minister of the United States to
the Netherlands. Quiuby is editor-in-chief
9t the D.Lr:li litw i'tam.
FIGHTING FOR LIFE
About Expresses the Whisky
CASH THE ONE THING NEEDFUL
And TH; Seem IMnlcult to Obtain A
Statement of Matters from 1'restdent
Greenhut Immense Lot of Tanglefoot
Tied l' and Nobody to Iuy A VJan to
Wreck the Concern Suggested Millions
Peohia, Ills., May tlC The bo.-ml of di
rectors of the Whisky Trust met again to
consider the situation. While the session
was called principally to take counsel as to
the seceding houses and the juo warranto
proceeding the great question was as to
the conversion of tho vast stock of spirits
and alcohol on hand into money. Iu this
respect the session was fruitless.
The company has locked up fully 110,000
barrels of spirits and alcohol, averaging
eighty-eight taxable gallons to the barrel,
in round numbers about !,t;s0,(-0it gallons.
These figures represent the enormous sur
plus of goods on which there is a daily loss,
and for which there is no. pre. ;nt possible
lirrrnlmt Makes a Statement.
After a session lasting until night the
board adjourned having formulated the
following for publication: The directors
of the Distilling and Cat tie Feeding com
pany authorize the following statement:
First That the company owns and op
erates its distilleries and that no person or
persons have the power to ''withdraw' any
one of them.
Second That the company is in actual
posession of all its property, nor is any of
it in the possession of any parties except as
managers employed by the company.
Third That the company is not in de
fault for rental in any case under the terms
of the lease.
Fourth The total amount of rents on nil
ground leased by the company awaiting
liual adjustment liefore payment does not
exceed at the rate applicable to the first
five-year period 30,000.
This is signed by J. IV Greenhut, presi
dent, and I'. J. Hennessy, secretary.
It wiis developed also that a large num
ber of rebates are due, which, owing to
lack of funds, cannot be paid. The insur
ance companies are also making trouble
for the trust people in the way of increased
Is It a Wrecking riot?
Slowly but surely tho c pinion gains
ground that the recent developments are
the result of a plan which has for its ulti
mate object the wrecking of the whisky
trust, and there is much in support of this
theory. Vast fortunes are at stake, and it
will be extremely interesting to see the
way the cases go. The stock is holding up
remarkably well, but this, is the result of
organization on the part of the holders.
It is a case of some Peoria distillers
against the financiers of Wall street, and
the outcome is hard to predict. Who is in
the deal to wreck is not known, but if it
can be accomplished ttsre is no doubt this
will be the end.
PASSED THE HOUSE.
The Npw Congressional Apportionment
Kill Adopted at Springfield.
Spkin;fieli, May 2G. The con
gressional apportionment bill passed
the house at 2:o0 this afternoon, tho
house having" boon in continuous ses
sion since 10 a. in.
J. II. XIl l-MliAN.
A District Hopelessly Hepuhlican.
According" to this bill Uock Island
county is placed in the Tenth con
gressional district, composed of the
counties of Kock Island, Whiteside,
Henry, Knox and Stark, with a re
publican majority of about 0,000.
SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A recent fliscovery Is that headache,
f1::-.:'.inoss, dullness, confu-ion of tho mind,
of., aro duo to ccraugcnicnt or too nerve
eentriM which supply the brain with ni rvo
f.ive; that indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia.
v. ind in stomach, ete., arise from t he deran-'e-rior.t
of tho nervo centers supplying these or
r:mi with nerve till id or force. This Is HkowN?
l roe of many diseases of tho heart and lunt.--.
loo nerve system lsiiko n TOK'L'i aiin svsten
us will bo si eu by tho accuinpanyiu
eiiT. i no tiiiiu
v Id to lines aro
th ' nerves which
convey tho nervo
f r s from tho
i crvo centers ft
evety part of tho
1 -dv, .lust as t ho
ch ci rle current is
t li o tclctrrapli
v ires to every
station, lariro or
physicians fail to
regard this fact;
biste-id of treat
ing i he nerve cen
ters Tor tlioeauso
0 t the disorders
rit i-'iie: therefrom
1 hey treat tho
p:. 1 1 a lfeeted.
?:. It.. Lb. II.. tho
l.i -h!y celebrated
s'udent of nervous diseases, and author
oi many noted t rent Ises ou the latt- rsiilijeet,
l :j smeo realized tho truth of tiie tir-t.
statement, and bis Kestorative Nerino
I- prepared on that principle. Its success
ii eiuiii nil diseases arising from deranire
t ':;t of tlio nervous system fs woniler-
.:. as the Ihousamls of unsolicited tosilnio
t. lis in lMisscssiiiTi of t ho company manufac
turing t he remedy amply prove.
It. ."Miles' l;eslorative Nervine Is a rollablo
r . -dy for all nervous discas'-s, such as
! 1 iehe. nervous debility, prostration,
s ;:iLssiiess. dizziness liystciia, sexual ie
1 ; . y, M. Vitus ilauee, epilepsy, etc. It is
.- 'd by nil druggists on a positive guarantee,
M at direct by tlie lr. Miles M.-diee.I "o.,
' !ih art. 1 ml., on receipt of price, si per bul-t:-.
six hot tics for ?.", express prepaid.
lo-st.irat i in Nervine positively contains 113
ciiid'j or dangerous uruga.
BASS LANDED AND COOKED.
A CnicHgo Senator Who Monkeyed Witli a
pritlNOFIELP, May itj. Senator P.as.
tried his baud in correcting the lieutenant
governor by remarking that if that official
would speak "a little plainer we will be
able to understand what is going on." Bass
evidently didn't know that Mctiill was
baited for that sort of tish. but he was, for
he landed his game with the retort that of
Bass would pay attention to the lusine3
of the senate "and not occupy himself with
lobbyists," etc. and so on. And then the
president of the senate drowned what Bass
had to say in reply by a vigorous pounding
on bis desk with the gavel.
The bill declaring the Saline river uu
navigable wis passed, as was the bill to
regulate the width of wagon tires by otter
ing rebate of road tax for wide tires. A
bill was introduced and sent to second
reading providing for raising the follow
ing amounts by taxation: For general
state purposes, $1.2hi.x) per annum in
the years 1S.3 and ls'.'4, SI.OOO.OJO in lS'JJ
and the same amount iu 'M, in lieu of
the 2 mill tax. Bennis Ilogan was con
firmed as trustee of the northern insane
Keports on the charitable institutions of
the state were to the effect that they were
all projerly managed, and recommended
certain improvements to the buildings.
The congressional apportionment bill was
taken up as every Democratic member was
in his seat and the llepublican substitute
for the Democratic tnea- ure tabled 77 tot);
A motion to recommit was lost 75 t j 7.'.,
one Democrat voting v.ith the Kepubli
cans. The bill was then ordered to third
reading. The bill to regulate telephone
charges was read the first time, and several
appropriation bills sent to third reading:.
rsOT DOnTsY A TRAMP.
r.rc "s or ix need?
'Vai'.t a conk
Wunt a partner
W:.nt a s '.ua'i'in
Want to rci:t rooms
Want, a servai t tral
Want to fell a fjrr.1
"Wtmt i.i sri a l:oue
Want to fxc'iani.'e amtlinir
Want tu fell hi-.iis- ho',1 j.,,!s
Want Tomakeany realestatc loans
Wai t to sell r trade fcr anytMn
Waiit t ti:id customers for aiothin
VtK TIlEsE COLUMNS.
T1HS ItAil.Y AHGl'S PELIVEKEI) AT YOUR
I door ev rf evening lor HHc per week.
'OK HEN T- TIIKEE VNFUDNlslIEn KOOMS
1 on sicor.il floor. Address A .this otllco.
TT7ANTEI) ttbsZlEHS: tdlOi' WOKK;
steady enueovmei.t tor moid workers.
The Mornm Co , w'et Twel.ty-sccond and Union
f-treets, ( uicago. ill.
"WANTED YOUNG MAN FOR OFFICE WORK
tf at Bork Island. Ssalary rVi per month
lnt furn'iMi best r fercr.ee and SlOOcash capital
Address ltoum ItW, Wool at r Building. 1'coria, 111.
A tiENTS WANTED AG E NTS TOTAKE OR
XI. ders in ecrr tow r. and city t commit-fion or
libera! salarv io succet?iji ioJieaort.! etcauv
work. Sci.d references and feenre territory
promptly. tllwaniTer & Barry, Mt. Hope nurser
ies. Keenest . r, N. .
A -Devilish I'lot tlie Cause of the Shooting
of tlie TownpH.
MASON CITY, la.. May The supposed
assassin of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Towtie
has been arrested at (ilenviile, Minn.,
thirty miles north of Plymouth. It was
believed that a tramp had done the shoot
ing, but it is now said that there was a
plot to kill (Itiy Towne, 15 years old, who
lived with Mr. and Mrs. Towne, and
whose father had recently died, leaving
him a largo estate. Uuy's father mariied
a widow with three children and the story
yoes that the plot contemplated Guy's re
moval so that they could get the money,
and one of the boys was delegated to do
the deed, but instead wounded Mr. and
Mrs. Towne. Mrs. Towne will die, but
Mr. Towue will recover.
Kothlns Unexpected About Tills.
MANKATO, Minn., May 20. Two children
of Mr. and Mrs. Mauaige, of St. Clair, this
county, were burned to death by the un
expected explosion of a gasoline can. An
attempt waa made to fill a gasoline tank
while the stove was burning. A third
child, a baby, was saved by being thrown
out of the wiudow. The house was entire
Cjrclsoe In Miacouri.
ST. LOUIS. i"y 26. Northern Missouri
was struck by a cyclone and great damage
was done in many localities. The wires
were prostrated. It is known that great
damage was done at Moberly, Mexico, Cen
tra lia, Jefferson City, Ladonia.and H Hots -ville.
It is reported that the entire t jwn
of Ladonia was wiped out.
" An Entire Town Destroyed.
San Fkajjcisco, May 5. It is reported
that the townjof Bocklin, on th main Una
of the Central Pacific road, thirty miles
east of Sacramento, has been destroyed by
fire. It is a place of 1,000 inhabitants.
J E. Montrose, Manager.
ON K NIGHT ONLY.
Wednesday Evi, May 31st,
A IT. AT CH-" KIN.
Assisted !v Stun. J. Hyan and
NEW !1IC: NEW DANCE? '.
Seats on tale it I arpcr House tlrnir iti)-e Wid-
m sday. May t'.l . l'nees 1 1, '.dc. : uc, ic.
urtis Opera House,
1 HA X 1 ATTH.U TI( )X !
Wednesday, May 31st,
Messks. C. H. Jkfkkkson, Klaw am
Manaireis of "Coantry Clrcns,' "The Soudsn,"
and ctlier great proiluctlous, will present their
triumphant comedy hit from the Broadway thea
tre. New York, entitle!.
Tie Profliial Falter
Hy Glen Macdonoujrh,
You'll laugh at the Prod'gal,
The wicked odd oddical.
Whl e you yell and you roar
You'll eay, -My sidea they are sore t
Don't make me laugh more.
Oh. .top! 1 1!!"
The pref f, the public, both enthusiastic over
the Jolly "Prodigal Father," from New York to
Intha sreat cat Oto. Denham, Geo. C. Boni
face. Jr., Cecil Kmettone. Walter Tboroaa, Frank
Caldwell, tieo. Uacton. Blanche Chapman-Pord,
Cora Macr, 11 ope Kosa, Marguerite Franklin, Lit
tle Irene Franklin.
Prices fl.CO, 75, SO and 15 cents.
Escat sale at Flnke'a, Monday, May Mth. Tele
phone No 80.
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K K 11 l 1 i I. l O V V F s
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We wish to say to our lady friends that we
carry a splendid stock of Kid Gloves in
French and German make. We have iwn
this department one of the best location? ir,
our store, it being a verv important r r..
We have not spared trouble nor expense in
makinpr this department attractive in ever-,
respect. Every pair of Gloves fitted if de
sired. Any lady wishing to inspect our
Glove stock will meet with the most cour
KLUG, HASUEP, SCHWENTSER
Dry Goods Company. Davniiri it. I ,v.a
-Keeps the tirest line of-
1 TVT Tfl V ,' I T V
DRIFFILL & GLEIM
Under Harper House.
Cut in Male.
We give a few of the bargains which we will
offer this week:
Japanese tea-pot. 1-. M. 17e
While jrranite plates, .Oi n 0:e
Hi n 0 le
i ' Tin n,")c
stile dishes O.V
" eovereil snirars l.rie
White granite hakers . . .7.
IS ijt lisi pans
s in pie t in s
Everything in the store will be slaughtered this
week Everything must go. Come early an J
avoid the rush.
Geo. H. Kingsbury
KAIll iND AUT STOi:
Prices ai tho' Bee Hive Tins Ml CUT
$6 75 Jacket for
12 00 "
8 00 t;
5 50 "
5 75 "
8 00 Cape
7 69 Velvet Cape, Sstiu Lined
9 75 :iay Worsted Cape for
These same prices made throughout our entire line. Ihis i
humbug. Come and see for yourself, and compare these prices
other houses' prices.
Just received an elegant line of Hats and Flowers from the I.a-io.:'
market for Decoration Day, which will be sold at a very 1" prj
Call ana see mem.
114 West Second Street, DAVENPO