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HOCK wsov mm COXEV8 "ARMY OP KaCC HUSBAND ACCUSED. ISL.Aj;TD , a noun "7; ' I ' ' leaaanm JU i5r Valentine's Day. m A jdnesday, i-eo. H. The Boston Store Dr. Brady id Second St. DAVENPORT, Is Selling I 1 he I'rettiest Valentines At the Lowest Prices. The Low Prices are Assortment breakers. Harned, Purse f VonMour. ft The Blizzard' Seems to be General. Colo. Feb ie trt.w tjon, every member of the crew and -.nu omcers of the Kcarsarge were drowned in the recent sinking Of the historical thin Tk man tared la Andrew r,.i.i - aw wa ms en w v v si class fireman. Hi rescue vu per formed at noon Saturday. He leaves this .vie. f a X" i ... i i - r ion niwimuiT. The old war ship was abandoned o'ff Kacodrr Reelt with the stars and stripes still flying at the peak, and tans she went down. WITH FLAG FLYING How the Old Kearsarjje went Down. All the Crew Perish With One Exception. Secretary of War Lamont's t rather Passes Away. CorruL&u. X. Y rh io im,. as a a B. Lamont. lather of Secretarr Han. i.i -. . .... ... " ""'ni, oiea iasi ntght at Nr. (irowvilte. He leaves a widow and one son. Daniel. The funeral occurs Wednesday. la Hso.e of CtllCAOO. Feb. 19 Th l.anla are closed and business is generally sns- peaded in commemoration of Lin. i , . . . mm s uirtnaar. Chicago, Feb. 1 A terrible bliz. tard is la progress. anl reports are that it Is general throughout the cask. asm Mad Thief mi Hist. RortroRD, 111., Feb. 14 Lea Rowlands, a young man employed ia the shop of Em erson, Talrott tt Co, proves to be the burg lar who was winged la flight by Officer Oolden. The wound is giving Rowland great pala. bat It fa. no believed that it will prow ratal. He baa always borue a kmm1 reputation, and tula last act was the mult ofaspree. ay tkoTati Mn.WaVl.EC Feb. 11 A sensation has been caused among tirand Army men her by the report that In the bouse bill for ap propriations Is a clause taking the control of the national soldiers' homes from the board of managers and placing them un der the control of the war department. Tbe veterans generally oppose tbe change. beatk of Mag thala. Cart Ton x. Feb. la. Lobengula, king of tbe Matabclcs, who was defeated and drlvea toward the Zambesi river 1,y the Hrittsli South Africa company's forces, is dead, lis was tleserted by his followers aad was a fugitive in the bush, and was suflering with gout. WU1 SMI Hammoxd, ImL, Feb. 11 After aa idle ebs of nearly six. mouths' duration the owners of toe u raven lanx works at Fast Chicago, Ind., have decided to re sume ooeratkjcu, thus giving emoloyiiMrnt to nearly two hundred skilled mechanics and laborers. ftkas by Mat Jsal.aa Wife. LiMA, tt, Feb. 11 While Dr. Noble was ia consultation with a female patient la hie office at his residencs his wife entered the room and commenced shouting at him. All the shots took effect in the doc tor's body. Us wiU die. His wife was A Costly Arrest far the Mayas-. MoBUU-T, Mo., Feb. II Ia the circuit court here Mayor James W. fUgsdale was fined M for causing the arrest of a man last summer. If the statute is enforced by tkwiadgebe can never vote or bold ea rs fa Waass at at, Lnh. Locts, Feb. 11 The statement that the ttt. Louis Stamping com- stsr oacretiag ea Onagri samsa NekWa- iatghao' llsr1"' plant has cut tbe wages of its emptors, wnpwit" ioa ae rat at 10 to 15 per cent. St. mmm PUREST A..3 desx AT LESS THAN- HALF SOLD IN CANS ONLY. SfAfKOUKt. A. Feb. 11 Refnemae Coney made, public the scbem of orgaat satiao ander which the "Army of peaea" Mtoproatento wasunctoa under milk white banners to demand th m. per money aad the abolition of Interest on bonds. Individual enlistments com by the hundred, but the first organised bb exults are reported from Ptiiladalpaaa, wnmdo iwiwi mi toemewves m wait lug for orders. Cure is now flmew out routes following the line of the Haiti. more and Ohio railroad, ao that the sup pi iea the farmerB are expected to contrib ute may be duly forwarded. The circu lar announcing the form of organisation ears. 'Mouse. V bondsmen, a tut nw against the yoke," The nrassaaiflBt will - i. n The Common WeaL" Groups of five will be federated into Vomnn.o t from thirty to 105. Them will be feder ated Into "commuaiUea'' of from tlSto I.UH, -XMimnnlties" will be federated into Vantona.n rhif nt - t smaller dirbtioos will be styled marshals. ah w uniona, mrmera' alliances, or other orgaaisations which may de sire to Join mar do so without . organising. The "Common Weal" is to move from atasaiUoa Easter Sunday to protest, ia tbe language of Coxey's fiery proclamation, "ia the name of the bank rupted rjeople. against nay further rob bery by interest upon paper notes, based upon the prrotte credit," ROBBED THE GOVERNMENT. KCW YoBK. Feb. 11 Lnmia t.Uh. - member of tbe firm of Liebs Bros. 4c Co., tobacco snannfaetneaea mnA mnn mm Saa Francisco, was held la 10,000 bail by Commission fiabU. nn ik. -v. conspiracy against tbe United States gov. uunik 4 cvfiy ine UMUctmenw found by tbe United States arsnd tare fnr northern district of California against Ixmis Urbs, Jacob Liens and IV Arch M. Cashil was sent ta the Ualted States dis- Irirf ! in I It .Lkmm - I . and suitable for rolling rigars was h i mm . 1 ft .b. 1 I I 1 . . ... j we mmweum mm mm interior quality. U'itH It. AiatanjM nf Ouktt I "- i iwi i ft-wwo, mi it. wan m deputy collector of customs at the port of tma Francisco, through falsifying the in- of a duty of Si cent a pound, while the - J mmmm mtmwvi a. v. WIUN. AO tobacco was imported from the Xether- w wn MMwm consignment con- charged the conspirators saved H0,3JQ. Rave Tisahls With r tlnnn. XcwToBS. Fab. 11 The trade ia Flor ida chameleons, used as ornaments, the little Usards beiag coalaed at tbe ends of gold chains aad in some cases worn on law oflatBsa even, fdves call way tav plnyea no end of trouble. Iuring the long ride of 10.0UO of them from Florida to Afaa trealabwge numbsa eaospsd. Tbe train men were kept busy until Montreal was reached chaatag them around the car aad forty or fifty eluded them. At tbe custom bouse at Montreal the customs officer opened the case. The reptiles made a rush and before the startled examiner realised the situation every one got out. For six hours the attendants were engaged ia a chameleon round-up, but over l,Mo es caped, Croat Oralaag Ditch Ceeaaleted. LaPobte. Ind., Feb. 11 The largest drainage ditch in Indiana has been com pleted. In 1880 the commissioners of Jas per, Pulaski aad White counties met in n Joint session and arranged to construct a large ditch through these counties. The total length of the Monon and its east and west prongs is sixty-seven miles. The two branch ditches are feet deep and SO feet wide. The main Monon ditch is 13 feet deep and 40 feet wide end has a fall of twelve inches to tbe mile. Tbe sin m ment against the binds affected by the drainage system of the Monon ditch was 3T.0UU, and It is estimated that 40,000 acres of land have been reclaimed. Draiaage Caastl Strike nettled. LtnroKT, His., Feb. 11 The strike inau gurated here but week by laborers oa the drainage canal has been settled and the men have gone to work again, their de mand for tl.SS for nine bourn work having been conceded. Tbe strike was confined to the works of Agnew 4c Co., and was brought about because of an attempt to force a reduction of wages from 01.85 for a day's work of nine hours to $lJO tot a day's work of tea hours. There ia no truth In the report that tbe strikers tried to wreck a train. CtxcnrxATt, Feb. 11 Aa Enquirer spe cial from Tiffin, O., says: A terrific wind and rainstorm visited this section. A namber of booses were unroofed and shade trees aad fences innumerable were biowadowu. Hkksvilla bad s similar ex perience. The storm came up just aa the school at Hicksville was about to bsdis missed aad the teacher heat the pupils for sereral hours until it was safe tor taeaa ta go home. There was ao light ning, but the rainfall was tremendous. Whato raaatty CriUcaJtjr 111. Mkiuca Cmr, Feb. 11 The entire family of Charies Knajer, sight fa nam- from a malady abysiciaa pains ia their with purging the fsmfly had tad eatea liber ally of ta snrn. The condition of enry msaabsr of the family is now critical. Ta yaiSiaas appear to be taoa of g. Mascoctah, nta., Feb, li nt Freiburg. to Hale km that his wifeiaia oC robben wito i A Cam That Proicf s To B abw York. Feb. ml A The aliened mysterious death ia LosaW of the lata Mist Annie Pixley. th wesWkaown Amer ican actress, which, axvardmg to the pub- lished statemente at her family , was due to a conspiracy em th aatyrif Kohert Fal ford, her husband. Or. Walter M. Flem ing and Annie Joyce, ssaul to Miss Pix ley, has aroused coasineeahlt comment among the friends of bath parties. The friend of Fulford are lattigasat aad refer to the charges with cues em pt, aad assert that it only reaaiies Fulford's hereto entirely dissipate them. Oa the part of the faniUyJ their attorney, Colonel R. J. Haire, is vUrteously inreati- with a vkW to securing tbe rights of his clients to I share of the estate of tbe actress moretSsa attempting to prove that Mtaa Pixleygeath was due to her husband's deairs ta afhke savay with her. What ta Mala Colonel Hair i isaft that he has ItsssPtvl left a will proridiag far ger asmUy aad witneaam who will teatif as ha the harsh reatment of his wife by Fuliea. Forceries ia the transfer of deeda am also btoaoly hinted at. The case, whlcp will com up in fhtlAjthiti( ' - - k. . - - tionalone. The estate of Miss Pixley is nrinmlv Mtim.tMl fias emnnm a 490,000. Among other thti W it inciodes a cu.ww mortgage on the XArK theater in Colonel Hairs, Miss Fixley jiriwiiged prior httmntasr aiuo absolutely for DEATH OF A0TSS3 imtZ PIXLEt, Marries! Kasae Wfjs Mrs, Kshstt sTUlsssd raaslty CMeges That at ssaaVa Away with fas t Ohtahs Her ssfssa east Cat Oat slsrnethii. Bratk smaasXWiasii 1 si imaQsaa the Other ff taeMsM.e. V Aril. Mr. Fulford has arrived iaKthis cite from London, accompanied by Lis sister. Mrs. Fraser. and Aaaie Joyce, ka late Mrs. Pixley'. maid, who is alias toAurve given the dead woman cdrtaia poadets tnat causea ner death, saM. powders hav ing neea supplied by Or. Walter Fleminc. at mis city. Mr. r u shocked end indignant wpea be heard what was charged. He aaU the charge wasahsurd rnbhisa, mcttai bythedesire of Miss Pixiry's smlf brot4s and sisters to handle some of the fl woman's es tate, Hehsrf.hesaR-' ng to gain by his wife's deata.te- .Tact they had Used together fog ut Twentv years in aappinc the put of and mort are in my are all ia my else would my maaage- her fortune. He said: "The the PUlsys that ail the gm belonging to Miss ma Is certainly true. name and will remain so. have themf It was thi ment that Miss Pixley Sbe left everything to me tolwatliiposed of as 1 1 nougat nest, it was never Intended that Mrs. Pixley, her aaotUer, should be left unprovided for. I have taken care of th whole family tor over sweaty years. Mrs. Pixley has got me laeo aeiice little scraps by her ill advised talking, and it's a poorway to art about obtaining what she Rig Caaogh to Haatm tar KeasneUea. "Of course I shall continue to look out for my motuer-ia-law. but-1 doubt if I will contribute anything more for the half orotnem or. my wire to sport with on Broadway. They are old aad bis cnousJi to earn a living for themselves. Certainly I am gotauy to look into what Xhey have said against me and am not gasng to furnish them with the wssyKasi to fight me with. There really has Sever been too much good feeling between Annie's family aad myself." c , THEY HAVE TALKED TO MUCH. mt th, rials. in Dr. nemMafS Becarding the e harass, tent Fulford said ther lies Out at mrknl cloth, and further that bar body was cremated at her own reqedst, which be could prove. Mb Joyce a Mb denied tbe story attributing to her the giving of a deadly poison to Miss Pixly, and said she carted the fullest inquiry. Starr u. tnxtry, a half brother, said all the family wanted was that Falford should make aa accounting: that Fulford and Dr. Fleming were intimate friends, while An nniedid not. like the doctor and wanted another physician, aad ta4 Aaaie had promnro vu uui promuon ir her tamlly. a wui in Id havepre- sed more l is a verv i with a fel- f to sub. even showhi nn. nt which she was given 130'). Lrver Bairn asid ! mm f erred it had the Pixley fern ojscreuaB in ineirstateniec aeriouaaialtertocliaraw M,V I L I la mmJ 1 SMS SIU1U 'There is ao such proof a? and ao sock rliai 1 kstasv BMUkins ahnnft. ik. . a.. - i , what has been told me by the Pixley ram- uy. mj uwy m mmpiy ta ineeaUgate tbe enastlna of what risk. VmAt-mmt transfer the entire estate of his wife to : iZOJ-, entirely sxaoring the claims of her family.'' fsp Tins- V i ... . . the lata Aaaie Pixsdaru her illness prior to bar departure for t arjaad. said taas tea usaurnatioB mmnm.m -i.-- sn.i. iora . means at ta aad that aa tor tee lesstee Pixley family ask would o tor taees, Thr which bismuth aad aada ta mid be for the, Tha v dam prescribed for Mia Ptxi Cmm lich so much has beaaaak isslss i The tt which amply astt.1 tlsa Udv'a C Wf. "SJT'L.n l. -1 tL--V' Shoot his oris, I -TTT- ... -TT.T. intead to pluader aad mur-1 hsca aiada." , ,. L Cuxm!t ttStm htrasi j' q,' "J'J1 SJjSj-SjSS!2. S3 to a taas, aaavL 7 Sayad Ckx Otero. Cluo -Front- SAX&RCE, rczxisjixqill OVERCOATS For less than the Wilson Bill will ever Reduce them, if they should take the Tariff all off. Your choice of any of our fine Tailor Made Overcoats in our house, none reser ved, worth up to $30.00, for only $14.97. This offer is good until Saturday, but bring this advertisement with you to get this enormous discount All overcoats at the same discount Dig Gtore. Cluo Front. IiOuig cnoun, V J (fJieeanai ts H. waTTDTJ Merchant -:- Tailor, 119 Eighteenth Street, aty"FIt aad Workmartahlp Guar anteed the Beit CiaAhiBo; avtid ksejptaizimg Done. Is Lifo Worth Living THAT DEPENDS UPON YOUR HEALTH. MONROE'S TONIC wmesrey Forsslsat laaeayeawell. I! ex 1 W "J Our Purpose Id Advertising U to let ereiybodj who buys clothingthat'.' all Ifaa kind here abontr know that our rraitingt are in, and tnat the finest ever displayed in the city. You are res pectfully Invited to call and see the latest in patterns and styles, in fall and winter wear. J. B. ZTTTTTTji-p. 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