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TCL XUL ZO. 79. X.0C2 XSLaED. ILL., JAUTTAIIT 10, IS34. - . . - FHIC2 Boston Store DAVENPORT. Are Some Very Low Prices For Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. MUM 14. Dress Goods. Broken Hoes of 75c and fl.OO pm)s go at 47c a yard. Jl'.Ks and 60c Jamestown uit inps jro at 27c a yard. No other material will ennal tbU lor hard wear and for school children. iWc colored Henrietta go at 15c a yard. 60c all wool dress goods.broken aortment for 35c a yard. rtcmnanis igr mis dcck si o per cent from reduced prices. .16 in. wool serge in nary only at 1 ;.. Cloaks are lieimr cloed out at from to J off of the regular price, in other word a flO.OO garment I. telling at H.00, etc. Come Id and ret price. Handkerchiefs. N Lawn handkerrhlef ith es eollajwd edjr at 2jc each. Kmlmlilery lawn handker' rhief. a little manned, at 5c each. Embroidery lawn handker chief., hem stitcbeil. He each. Rome silk embroidery hand kerchiefs He earh. fime silk embroMery hand kerrhletn. initialed. 11c earh. Very fin embroidery lawa handkerchiefs, slightly toiled, at Tie each. In thl. lot you will find hand kerchief, worth 40 and 60c each. I'anhmere and silk muffler, reduced from "Pc to 73c. Specials in Hosiery. All wool at 22c, 29c. 33c, Sc and 4tc each. Specials in Gents' Undent-ear. Broken lot of 1 and l.SS shirts and drawer will be sold at 60c a garment. Miscellaneous. Very hear unbleached 4-4 muslin at 5c per yard. Very fine soft bleached 4-4 muslin at 7c per yard. Thl muslia we buy in short lengths from 10 to 20 yard, and sell It In these length only at this price. Regular price 8c for a single yard. 9-4 unbleached sheeting at 14c per yard. Best iuality of shirting at 8Jc a yard. Best wool jean S5e a yard. Very good jean Sic a yard. Wash goods at 6c a yard. Heavy wash good at 9c a yrd. 2.75 gray blanket at 12.19. Bargains in Comforts. At 11.25. 11.62 and 12.83 each. In Basement. Etching worth 1.60. for 97c each. Dolls at just half price. 92c games for 69c each. 65c baskets at 39c each. Blackboard worth $3.25, for 11.95 each. ?9e drum at 49c each. All toys to close oat at vary low price. Horned, Pursel & Von Maur. UGQV LATEST FOREIGN BUDGET. Mob Precipitates a Fatal Riot in Rome. 'resident Reixoto. of Brazil, Has Not Resigned. A Bank Cashier Suicides in Ohio. Various Occurrences of Gen- eral Interest. Kane. Jan. 10. A mob surrounded le home of Mayor t'rato thin morn if. ltrfitftini? to tlitx-re the tnili- th njf. ia m called out. and shot seven fatallr and wounded a nutnler of other. Reltete Hh Sot Iiri(aed. Pari a. Jan. 10. The latest advices from Brazil arc that Reixoto has not yet resigned, and there is no im me diate indication that he will. H4K I'mWM Hmw rails. Sa Fkaxcisco. Jan. 10. W. F. Becke &- Co., commission merchants. 1th branches all over the I'nited State and Europe, dealers chirflv in salmon ami tlried fruits, faiicii tor id.OOO, todar. Ileal Debate la the Hoase. YYasiiisotox. I. C. Jan. 10. After a heated debate, precipitated vthe lloutclle Hawaiian resolution Hopkins, ot Illinois, resumeii the tariff debate. I Lank t'ashter ttalelae.. NorsoLK, O.. Jan. 10. Cashier Baker, of the First National bank suicided todar. No cause for the act is yet attributed. I'laaa Works Baraeil. Khiimomi. 1ml.. Jan. 10. The Starr Piano works were burned this morning, with loss of ffOO.OOO. Tb Aaieaa to ft. 4. Maraejr. New Yoi;K, Jan. 10. In the Associated 1tpm dispatches of Jan. 5 appeared a sum awry of a circular issued to tbe stuckbold era of the Evansville aw4-Verre Haute Railroad company in which the statement was mail? that "the company is tlaiminn tbe sum of WtXX from ex-lTv.iietit Markey." This was au error; thecinubir reads: "In April PWt the then president presented a lull for special service and re tallied on account thereof ., i;i v5." This did not refer to Mr. 1). J. Mat-key. hj at the time was not presidimt ot the rwid. traps! Taltey Pas I try Clab. WaTKUUsi. la , Jan. 10. -The titrth au bual exhibition of the vVapsie Valley fnultry club ha cteticd iu this rity. Over 1.9V bird are on exhibition. Knlries ot priiesrinninK bint have liren made fmm Ohio, Wlronin, Illinois. Mii hijtati. Min- Itesotm. Kanas. Missouri, rbra!ka and all points ia brna. 4ia T. MrKaa HiMra. BnooK.LV!. Jan. liX The Democrats in tbe Kinfr county Isard of. superviaors re reived a douliie svtlwrk 1 he supreme ccurt unseated tbe IVniirrjiir claimant from flat land and John l . Mi Kane lost the rhlet sutiervisorslilp which the Demo cratic majority gave him a week atM. The rnrrtators hbwrd the tiravesend chieftain a hen be attempted lo scak lie occupied bis own seat, n4 even veuturic to act as l.lvsidelit KM tem. kru Hmi falluiaa. CLIXTos. l:i., Jsn 10. Edward Ilentlry of Clin'on die 1 of injuries received in rear end collision of I lie Chicago. Burling Ion anJ Qtiin.-y and Northwestern trains en tb liridite here. Martin Murray is dangrrnuly injured, A. Itouertsnn. (ir rison. Is., shoulder disSorated and ether wise hurt; FJmer fhsfer and Kinney, same hW.. ltuhtlr hurt: t bristie AeUuu. Ujr lionsville, receivea siitfuc lujunes. Tea bailars tlrawaea. BrLTAKT. Jan. 10 Tbe bark Colleen from Takabuauo, Oct 7. for Qtirra.town, Laa tmn wrecked a mile west of Halt Cutton durintr a heavy storm When the sel struck tbe crew took to the rising. Tbe coast guards, by the use of rocket. managed to bring lour sailors athure in taletybutlh others, ten iu number and including tb captain, were swept id:o tue and drowned. Urn ricbet t Cl Waralag. LnXttOX, Jar. 10. Tlie Daily News anys: Among tbe mrsterious circumstances con nected with tbe British and French colli loaiat Wario is the unguantcil state of tbe British camp. There was no cutpost or picket to ive warning of ine approncti ct an enemy, and it says tbe party might have been surprised by the Sofas. It is uiKlerstuod that tbe war office will order a strict Inquiry into tbe affair. ttistai at Chirac Bvarsl f Trade. CI1;cauo, Jan. .10 Charles I Raymond ha been elected president of tbe Board of Trade to succeed. Charles D. Ilamlll, after one of tbe most eaclting contests ever held aa the board. - Of Caarss Tbirs 'fl'as lsars Tbea. TortKA, Kan., Jan. 10. Tbe board ot jbarities cam over from Atchison and was in formal session at tb Insane asylum her. Neither Mrs. Leas uor Mr Free born was present. Aa Junior Partner Onr traveler cngat to be discharged. Be told ooe of our enstotner that I am aa ignorant fooL Henior Partner I shall speak to aim aad insist that no more office secret bo aivaljred. Boatow Oaaetta. ENTIRE FAMILY MURDERED. rrtxtfI Trar Whirl. Omml Sw MABIKTTA. Jan. 1A Wmt her of the murder of Henry Saner' entire lamuy. uviug about three mile frotu this city. Oervlopinent reveal one of the foul murders on irranl. llennr fiuw. w4fu and one noo composed the family. Saner and his wife are dead and the son miaJn The wife ha Are bullet bole in her face. ana tb back of Saner' head is mashed by blow. uutaMr or tbe bmue are pools of blood, aad the stork of his gnu lies near him In tke kit-kn llk ) 1 I I . out of shape. The clothe were partially tainted cT and tbe faces ot both more or lese boi asil. The hatn was burned with lu contents, being f uH of bay. Three horses and four or five bfad of cattle perished. Tbe evi dent purpose was to burn tbe house, a urinini sTRsnamra wnn OIL But neighbors came in time to save tbe house. It is the theory that tbe son may hava heen buffeted in thm liarn In n.k In.. . search about the bouse three pocket books were louna eouuuninjr 833. These were in lofnsner, as u aroppeu in ine baste or hat V l,a,ul. timA hM .lu.n. 1 Two colored men were seen in the village oi nencnvtlle. ball a mile away. Tbey uLmI ffiT rmMW 9anV mrmm m n n .lu.n at years old, an old soldier, and a good citi- LOUISVILLE BRIDGE DISASTER. TksC aers Verdict C'easares ta Bride C'sMMpaas- far Segltgeac. lxt lsviLLE, Jan. 10. More damaging evidence was developed at the coroner's inquest on the bridge disaster against tbe bridge company, tieorge Kctchum testi fied that a great deal of niliug would break on false Jsork, and splinter when hit by tbe pile driver. This aroused bu fear and he quit work about a month before tbe I cideiit. Fred Williams, a laborer, said some oi tbe piling used iu the false work must have been lyiug on the bank three or four years. It. Wool ford said be saw the truss lean ing tip the river. He went to the office and reported it to Mr. Fisher, who said be thought it was all right and ordered more bracing. This concluded the testimony and the coroner iustmrted the jury to stale in writing how tbe men came to their death and if there was any ruliutlul ity to state who was resnonsilile The jurr remained out only fifteen minutes. They returned a verdict in accordance with the facts and censured the I'ho-nix Bridge company for negligence in neglecting to take the proper precautions to insure tbe safety of its employes. WANTED MORE WAGES. ItallaM toplo.ved aa ldects f Charily Create a Hint, PinvniCO. Jan. 10. A riot took, place among KM) Italian hihorers, who as object of charitable relief were employed bv the Woman's East Km! Christian Aid society in grading the grounds of tbe West l'enn sjlvauia hoopitaL They were lieing paid f I a d;iy and giwn a meal beside. They liecame dissatisflcd and struck for bigger wages. Six of the Italians wanted to keen on working and endeavored to do so. 1 he others, armed with picks and shovels. made a furious onslaught iin them. 1M latter Tied and took refuge witb in t lie hospital. Onrof the party of work ing Italians had his h-g broken in tbe melee a ud is now iu the hospital. Four of them were brutally hraien. At the height of tlie trouble a squad of police ar rived and dispersed tbe mob and arrested their leader, Charles Rose. Tlie conflict created great excitement in that locality. and at first exaggerated rumors of blood shed and Ions ol life were widely current. REFUSED TO SURRENDER. rresideat bulr's Real ta tbe Urataad af Hlahlrr Willi. VmtoKIA, It. C, Jan. 10. Tbe Canadian rwilic steamer Warrimoo has arrived. bringing Honolulu advices to Jan. 1. Most intense excitement prevailed throughout llouolulu until tbe arrival of the revenue cutter Corwin. After that Minister Willis made bis demand upon President Dole to surrender tbe govern ment to tbe queen. The provisional gov ernmeut promirtly refused and Minister Willis toot no further steps to enforce romplianoe wilh his order. The excite ment then rapidly suhMded and for a week licfore tbe sailing of tbe Warrimoo there was perfect tranquillity. It is now thought that tbe crisis has passed. Beaaarfcabl Mail fur naatagea. DETUotT, Jan. 10. A flS.ono damage suit was la-ought against tbe Diamond Match company in the Wayne circuit court for having set a lad to perform work beyond bis strength. In lifting heavy timbers he was -ruptured. The young man, John Ratser, was 13 years of age March 1, isn, and ia the employ of tbe match company at its factory. The declaration sets forth that it was tbe company's duty to see to it that tbe work tbe bid was ordered to do by its agents was such as was suitable for a ty of his age, ability and experience to perform, and to see to it that the work was so done as not to expose tbe boy to any injury. Order oa a War 'atina IxiNDoK, Jan. 10. A dispatch to Tbe Chronicle from Vienna, says: Tb officers in command of the artillery and engineers in upprr!Italy have been ordered to put tbe lortiesse on tbe Italian-Swiss frontier on a war footing. Tbe coast batteries on the Uulf of Uenua will also be put in better couditioa. Tbe military commanders at enice and in other districts nave been crdered to keep arms and ordnance ready lor arming tne ion rumen. Wood Carver Lacked Vat, New Yoiik. Jan. 10. Five of the biggest firms employing wood carvers have locked out their men. Tbey are Baumgarten St Co., Herts Bros., tichastey Co.. Kimball tc Sons, and Herter Bros. Several bun dled men are interested in tbe lockout. The trouble is over tbe question to wheth er eignt or nine hour snail coostituie day's work. atrwrfc Against Kedactisa. CrxclxxATI, Jan. 10. Between Ave hun dred and sis hundred employes of the Cite daaati Barbed Wire Fence company at Fairmont, ia thhicity, struck oa account of a 10 per cent, redaction in wages. They hava no union, bat all were prevent aad ref oad lo go to work" NOTES OF POLITKS. ClarksoN x Factor In the Iowa Situation. HAT GO IB TO THE SEVATOX FIGHT. lstuas af tb Ceateat aad Raasri Ra tal lag The Faaallats Daetara Wis rsailp's Eterttea Law tariaatltatlsaat Heeaaa It Ban Tfceea Mrs. Inn Ta Ba aa Bdltar Caas Back ta th Uepab-lleaas- Jafca T. McKaa Case. Drs Moines, Jan. 10. There are two new rumors afloat here ia regard to the tenatorial question. One is that tbe friends of General J. S. CUrkson, now in New York, will spring his name before tbe final light comes. The . second is that euator Jamas F. Wilson will iresiga im mediately as hi health is very poor and that Governor Jackson as soon as inaugu rated will appoint Air. Gear to fill tbe va cancy. This would of course Include the withdrawal of Gear from tbe present con test. Tbe bitter rumor is mors apt to de velop into something more serious than the former as Mr. Clarkson has repeatedly written to his friends that he has no de sire to re-enter politics, in fact that he will not do so uuder any circumstances, aa he fa engrossed in business. -' tiear l.asrs Gf aad. i If Gear should be withdrawn as sug gested there remain five candidates in tbe field and it would become a hard struggle between them. The rumor was started no doubt through a realization that Mr. Gear has lieen losing ground slightly (luring the past few days, chiefly on accoant of the solidifying of the other forces, and all the other forces are against him. TJie contest in the lobbies was uever more active than at the present time. Tbe meeting of the legislature has attracted cotntHtrutively little attention on account of . the great senatorial fight. , BARS THE POPULISTS. Cuutltationalily ot Wiseoasln's Sew Elee- tina Law Attache!.-' Milwaukee, Jan. 10. Tbe constitution ality of the new election law in its pro vision for the appoint ment of inspectors of election is attacked by the People's party. A committee representing that body, com posed of ex-Cougressman Henry Smith and Samuel Isaacs, called upon Mdyor Koch for the purpose of securing a possible, in the muke-up of t khange, if board of inspectors. The law provides C "inspec parties tors shall be chosen from tbe t casting the Inrgcst number of ofy rv t in such district at the last preceding elec- turn. 1 he committee avers . as. this bars tbe Populists, it ia citrary bo the principles of tbe constltudon. Mavor Koch referred tbe matter to the city attor ney. Tbe committee also called upon Dis trict Ataaaaa Ilamniel and presented a similar complaint to that nniciuL Mrs. Lease ta Kdit a raster. OMAHA, Jan. 10. Mary Kllea lease, it is rciorted. is going u remove to Omaha and take editorial charge of a) Populist daily. For the last year tbe Populists of Nebraska have been working- to secure sufficient money to start an evening daily and already several thousand dollars have been suliscrilied for the papers .The ques tion that has agitated tbem baa lieen who would edit it. At last it was suggested that Airs. 14-ase would be tbe proer per son. She was corresitonded with and it is said that she replied accepting tbe of fer. ; t'tah Leaislatare. SALT LARK, Jan. Id. The thirty-first bien nial session of the t'tah legislature has convened. M. A. Breeden was elected pres ident of tbe council and A. B. Emery speaker ot the bouse. Uotb are Kepublic- ans. The council is composed of seven He- publicans and five Democrats; bouse fif teen Keptililiuaus and tea Democrats. Governor West's message exalts iu, the irojfci;fc w rpmiy niu-u(puu, eajoins atw omy in appropriations and recommeads an appropriation of tIJ5,(KW to construct a wing of tbe capitol building. , ; Itearrtrd tbe ronwllata. Wichita. Kan., Jan. 10. Ai sensation was caused here by tbe publication of a let ter from W. J. Noland, a tneaaicr of tbe Seventh district Populist congressional committee, to the chairman thereof, ten uenng nis resignation, his latter ts an arraignment of the Populist Bartv. Mr. ouuia was a Republican before entering tbe Populist fold and returns to tbe old party. Having been a leader ia tbe party bis change ot base Is considered by politi cians as very significant. ' Kansas BepaMleaas to Center. TortKA, Kan., Jon. 10. An important conierente oi tne Republicans will be. held iu connect ion with t he Republican co acres- tonal meeting at Emporia. 1 San Francisco is to have an oisnm smug gling sensation in which a number of ciu tens ani customs officer are involved. PUtlESTiUS DEST. P0U M 01,20 tj. HALVCS,IOt.QUAATCSS.5t. P0VJB2&- Die: Qtorc. PANTALOONS! Away down Your choice Worth 05 and Pants M $3.50 and U for $2.39. An Accident Life Insurance Policy for $500 given with every pair of 50c suspenders. 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