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With New P.it nt L p lasver,
Ihv.tnn Artncfatnrnt and Cnttri
holes ; rnior, White and Irab
we i" to al. price, 70 rents.
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IT IS OFFERED.
William E.GIadstones Resig
. LXTKA LOT
A full tine of corsets
of nearly all the first
class cornet houses.
r Cor. Second and Brady.
Submitted to the Queen this
Lord Rosebefry the Probable
LoXDOX. March ft Tt !
officially stated that Gladxtone ton
dcred his resie-nstinn r.Le l.nt the
queen has not wot fnrmniu
i I T t i . & r... I .. 1 1 I - t .
irriT r nt- mil w rue lei-
ri.wunuiT sijrnnvinir ner accept
Tk JCe rrrssler.
All Indications point to Lord Rose
bcrrtr a the successor, thnucrh that
announcement is not yet made.
LACKS ONE THING.
Wewld H All Right ir It Were Not Wild
Xrw Yonc. March . Tulil in TrifTi anil
roilllClaiM of all lwrlin mini i-rn.ln. hnm
are highly indiimant over the nrnilnloa
rnatiotaI rtorjr ituMUhed iu the San
rancLoro Call and rciirinunl in an utter
no.m paper hvre to lltertTt-ct thnt lllch-
ard 1'roker, il).-Giln.y.T. K. ( rimming
fairirk inrrer and thirty-two oth-r pniru
iofttt Tammanr Iratlen, t ritlitcucd at the
late nt "llta" MrKne anil frariin; fhe ro.
ultttfa immiian Itirmllpit ion into al-
iegrtl rWtion fraud, were reiarin tolly
inm tiw cimntrr. The tirLnil. .,t thj rm
were that the im were rn route to an
rranctaro and wmiM u nn f..
Honolulu or Jajwn hy a a ,4vamship
whk'h had hu rharlml lnl. i i,npt.
Ta rhoia tour? is a Dislu ioita luIBiioud
inun nrcrmatotc toenu. AInvnri;i1r,.Tii.
at hb th-k in the citr halL Kirliartl
1'roker la ia Huostna. 'J'ex.. rn nuitfi ta
tlu lor hia heaJLh. Cotitrartor Tliomaa
Tb aenaatHm aa fabricated .out tf
whole elnUi. Againi tucnirn nnnxd as
uttrnJinct fUKititjs from Ju-Uwe. no ae
cuatMi is contwrtiun witli alrrtiun mat
ters baa ever tiern mentioned. Tlu. ilinr.
or" interity is uminestiimed. Mr. t'riin-
miua nanus nign in the esteem of all
cbvwea of New York's citizens, and ia
ahtnra the tnsiaibilitv of iiinrn... vi,r
such libelous matter could piin ailmiiou
to tue roiumtta of any rrj.utnl.L- nrttsjia
per cannot Inj underxtood. but it nroiiuiinl
rxciLemrnt. Tlfo news of tlui
of the atatement in San i'mii iro vca re
ceived here In the sliaie of privnte telt-
nraiun from all part of thectnintry a-king
if it were true. The story reached Yoli
inKton early in tha day rviiiently, as the
wires between here and thut ity were
kelit hot With omnium from N..ur V...L-
meu at the capital iniiirinit for tlic Iik Ik.
Of course, nobody believed tiir rubliii.
but the fact that it IihiI iml.li.i 1
arousrd iirvnt interest and every one in the
east interested in Hlitiea djacuwicd the
peaoa sxel at the fits aatl.
At the citT hall the fufcr. a.H w
acteriiteil, was denounred tar evt-rvUxlv
from Alavnr liilrov down. smi
gestcilthat perhaim the story originated
the brain of some imaxiiiiitive
person in Nin Vranri-co, who, leuniiuir
that Justice I'atrick INvvcT was iu thnt
city, proceeded to evolve a nen:it ionul
reason for bis visit. The story ptilili-.iied
by The tall wns, i:i substance,
that Itichard Croker. Muvnr i.iu..,-
Justice Dirver, Justice O'lcimrke. Ju'sl
tier Burke, iKick CounuiMioiier i'helan
and a nunita-r of other Tammany nien
had disapiieared from New York ..
would arrive in dm Franciwo. wlu'tm.
thev would sail for Honolulu in m f.
steamer eltartered for their siieciul uw
The reason of the journey was alleged to
be tear on tbe part 01 tbe men u.;meil i,f
the action of the uraud jurr at New
York, which was said to be invmti
election ntethoits, Tbe source of the storv
was virtu as distntchea Iroiu Wu- V...I.
and the atatement of some railroad muu
ia ban Francisco.
Call far ltw.li lirnnrt
W AsltlNUTotf. March a. Tlie cono.t e,.n
of tbe current has ralk-l foran-port of
ine onHiiiHm 01 nniioiuti bank m the
chaw of business ou Weduesda ,i"eh. 5
BaerlM Story nf a Vlelnu. Harder la
W York CMy. . ,
,Xew York, March 3 -1'nilerico Cairo
kUl -4 Glnseppo Blast his son-in-Uw, at
bis borne, plunging stable knife into hia
Heart three times, and then, according to
j The Man
witnesses, placed bis mouth' over the gap- I "
ing wound and socked his vietim's blood. , CAUSED THAT RIDE OF SHIIDAV,
Bias! was married to Cairo's l.ni,t. I ..: i
Mar!'."bont two "tbs ago. Cairo did l?'--'- .J. ' A ' .
mmm sm n as asiw me Jassi Aoted
not like the match. Bias! often beat his
wiie, ana wnenever bcr father interfered a
savage fleht followed. Blasi came in and
beoan altusimr hia wrif 1
nothing ready to eat. Cairo went to ber
amsuincv. ,im mea clinched
Blaai fell to tbe floor, bnt oulcklv .
sained his feet and run .1 , .
"i"'" me vara, lellinir v ih
Cairo started in nunoiit. 1 ia n7 :'
and. overtaking him. a uhui -1 '
, " uuu wuag
lovereu with blood Bias! ran into the
house, but at the top of the second land
ing be fell. Before he could rise the furi.
on Cairo was upon him. Sciiin, the
prostrate man by throat Cairo drove his
knife into Blasi's lm.lv i.u - .
through the heart. Twice he repeated the
. ....u i,,c worKing ine bundle of the
knife from side to side, making a horrible
wontiil six inches iWn in,! r....
wide nt tbe point of the incision. Blood
tiuieo ion a in sireunis, and Cairo, wit
nesses say, exclaimed in Italian that he
usu mime a vow to urint Blosi's heart 'a
bl.ssl and turn placed his mouth to tbe
-..uuu ami was sucking the lire current
when Officer Flanaery pulled him away.
BEGINS HIS PRISON LIFE.
McKsa Marrhea ta nrrahrast with Rl.
Hands on a Uorsrthlrl's Khanlder.
Sino Six;. X. Y.. March .t vi... .1..
convicts in Sing Siug prison were marched
from thoir cells to the lower deck the hist
man on the line was John Y. McKane,
His hands rested on the fbonldet-s of a
horscthief from New York. Mrk'.n.
his companions filed into the largo break
fast room and sat down on 1
-- ...... nnuuni
stool. Jn front of him was a tin run iih
Pint of black cofl- n..i.. 1
bread crusts and two .:!-. ..t ,,..1.,...
bread. This was ; 1 1-
fast in prison. l'ulik n.fr" wns
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and hraucts Week. MeKaue at. t...
brrnkfast. As soon as hreakfiist was over
M Knnc was uinrched to the clothing shop
where he was placed in the iumd, of the
instructor. VluWU tn irivj. I,.... .! :.
. . . ...... I. . lit
k-sson in cuttiug trousers. McKane spent
a sleeidess niuht in his relt un.l w .....
- . - vuwt
or tbe urst mm nil when the lToiiir IB
sunaded in his gallery.
TKe New Cotbh fraaa tVansrlvana
Arrrrva at the Capital. -
W ASIIIXCTOX. March .1 i;.!n.V. A
Grotr, who is congressman at larve from
1 enn-ylvamo. with a nlnmlitr .,f I'm ii
has arrived, and will take his scat in con
gress as soon as his rredeutuJs are ro
of the Confederate Generals. PinL a .1.-
Other Side of the Dark Klver k Brief
Sketck of a Notable Career la the jameri-
ean Kebelllon. J
LTXCHBmo. Va.. March S. General
Jubal A. Early died last night It 10J0
The part luck plays in making or mar
ring men's fortunes is illustrated in Gen
eral barly's career. More than onee dar
ing tbe civil war he came very near turn
ing the scale at important crises in favor
of his people, yet be emerged from mk con
flict under a cloud which remained to im
bittcr the last thirty years of his lifa;
OaLDsn A GROW.
ceived. Forty-four years nsro he entered
upon his first, term ns a representative.
Notwithstanding his Tl years he wms to
be utiil in his prime. He luis a rml.lv
complexion, an erect liunre more than six
feet in heicht, a short, tray beard, aud
dues not look more tliuu 55.
PRICM5 ON ALL CANS.
TO Blr WlUlfltr..
Mi a Sure job r IU
WoLX'KKlMi, Mich., March 8. Dr. Rob
ert McKiliop disappeared Feb. 1(1 and
was found dead near Yatulerbilt. It was
an evident case of suicide. He severed an
artery nt the heel, cut tbe arteries in troth
legs altove the knees, stubbed himself iu
the breast, uud tbe a cut, his throat. Mc-
iviiiop was a clever puician. lie was
uniiiurried. The niirbt lMfore he .litin.
peared he called Upon some of the citi
zens and said persons were after him fur
the fiurtMMM. t1 tiikinir lii lif.. fiM.iiiik-
Slancus show that he was derauged.
Irialrr. strike at Kuprrior.
Wtt-T M'renioli. Wis., March 3. A gen
eral strike of all union printers in Superior
has occurred. The local lepers have been
paying .'(' aud ST ar 1,' ems for
composition and tbe printers submitted
a new scale demandiug ;!" aud 40. The
publishers organised a uuiou and came
Isick at the prinu-rs with tbe news that
they wouldn't pay hut and aucenu.
The printers were finally ottered W and
Sj but insisted on haviug the scale sigticd
at 35 and 40. Publishers refused aud the
printers went out.
Clrt Kills a Keeper.
Tbi ston, X. J., March 8. Joseph Wall
wits, alias John Malwitz, sentenced to
twenty years in tbe state prison, sawed tbe
bars of hia eel Moor and gained access to
the corridor, where he obtained a rope,
lassoed Keeper James T. Walters,, and
chocked him into uuconsciotisuesa,' Jo
seph It. Uppiucoit, ceutcr keeper, aj
peared on the scene and the convict, hav
ing stcu red tbe gnn of tbe unconscious man,
shot and killed Iiipincott. Wallwiu was
New rmMnt m Uracil.
Sew YoUK, March . A Herald special
dispatch from Ilio Janeiro says: Senbor
Prudente Morass was elected president of
Brazil and Senbor Yictoriuo Periera vice
pnwideuu Kio presents a deserted ap
pearaiKe, ao niauy persons having fled to
ecaie the yellow fever and many of the
foreign shia) in tbe bay have sailed away
lor tbe aame reason.
Died mt Hiccnglu.
X.War.K, X. J.,Msrch3:-Johu Corberry
died.ol hkmuglw. ft was thirteen weeks
arv since Ut ilisrasr attacked luot. t
crx. jrn.vL a. f-aki t.
Early was a Yirgiaian. He was bori in
Franklin county in 1S1G, graduated nt
West Point, served with the reirulark in
Florida and with the Virginia volunteers
in Mexico, and at the first Bull linn led a
brickie. In I lis second lmtllf WtllinniB-
burg. Va., May 5, 1m. ho was srverelr
wounds and did not resume his command
until the battle at Cedar Mountain. Aug.
VJ. lie faa4 it 1ti.il tf..
and Antietaiu aud hod tin; good fortnT to
command the lineOK Maryc's Htll wii h
UitHM lift I ii a.'vst-ssssnarrli,-
toia jnHj viS .T. . i
4 in KwfeHcjjs and led the same troop? in
aiiiasiia rnnipain 01 i.H uptoths
fctttle t. Cold Harlior. Afr that lfel
baVViis s.mt ta T.vuf.iilm
raJlhivid Hunter's attacks uimhi that fcu
DOttent mention. fi. r rs.in.I.ir... ll.,Jl.,.
he planned auinvasiun of t tie lxirder stall's.
General Ijee cave him full discretion in fpie
matter, and With lti.tKM men (neenrdingtto
Con federate historians) he crosHed the $it
Ormi.icnt SUerpberdstown the first weeklin
July. Grant's army luy at that time Mn
frvttit of Petersburg, fully eiiii.iged iu ie
efTort to inclose the place with bus e iaj
lines. hor.-.pid were Karly's mjveiiicms
that the Washington authorities had tio
forewarning of the raid. Maryland was in
a state of terror.
Tlie president called out the mKi'ia tf
the eastern states, and after considerable
urging Grant sent the Sixth corps from
Petersburg to Washington Ou July t!
Early defeated a force comis sed of the
garrison of Baltimore pnd a division of
the Sixth corjis, nil under General Lew
Wallace, at Monocacy Junction, Md., and
imuirdintely marched to the gates of
Washington. Meanwhile his cavalry de
tachments threatened Baltimore and de
stroyed the railways north of that city,
but the delay caused by those operations
was fatal to Early's plans. It was the
Pith before he was ready to attack t lis
Washington defenses, ami then a reeoni
nnissauce Kliowed him that they were gar
risoned by veterans of the Army of th
Potomac. He abandoned the movemeac
and returned to the Sheiiandoah valley.
Sheridan sihio confronted Early in the
alley with troops from the army at Pe
tersburg aud defeated him in two" Imttles,
at OiN-o,uoii and Fisher's Hill, Sept. IS and
2!). But ou Oct. l' Knrly surprised Sheri
dan's camps at Cedar Cn-ek nr.d came
very near redeeming the valley from Vuion
Control. Sheridan snvi' I nisi .n-.,n- 1. i...
memorable tide from Winchester and a
st irrimt up)eal to his troops. At the often
itur of the siirimr miiitinit,fi in iwc.-. iAr.Ml
Custer defeated Early nt Wuyuesboro, and
uee was cempeiieu ny public opinion to se
lect auothc.rcommauder for the Confeder
ates in the vallev.
After the war General Early practiced I
law in Richmond aud Xew Orleans and f
Was associated Wll u Ilesuretrsnt in mun.4
airinir the IiiiiMinnM l..t.UM. 17.. .i:.i . 4
rr. . . , . UICTI ml
bachelor, having had his lirst romanturl
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love affair io:led by the fickleness of ml
uorthern irirl whom he va.iiwi
drowning at White Sulphur 'PflrjMgs dtnrl
nix un c-wiet nays. anra lovers wese en4
nacvd, and the lieutenant.
a happy Wrmination to the romaBue when
his hoies were blasted by the receipt of a
.-ouvaiiiinit a notice en the mar-
rujite 01 uis cuarniersmtb a northern man. I.
He DJt aside the UlnWtn m.h Ii
ut wjft.-iaLiuus, nnu ii it tuenmiv. unta
war s alarms sumnioneiTshini to the battle-
nems 01 mexico. After the Mexican war
he returned to civil lif- 1.. ixn
Early uulilislml aft Itumutin at 9 m
paigns. He was for a Urn president of the
Kam III... I ft . . .
jvufciiTTftM iiiawnciu society.
May Be Mnrderers aatWeM as-Hnrglan.
DKXTKK. Mich.. Man-h S-llml.n.
body iu the country surrounding here ieon
tbe alert for the man who robbed tbe Dex
ter bank. It ia now learned that two
stransers were awn .r.....n-.i:.... s .
- - l--v.Uft.-ftMBNa.UK I limit
of Assistant Cashier Gregory's home early
ou the morning of tbe robbery. The de
scription of these men u so nearly liks
that of the? nun ft... 1 . , , .
------- - " - uruiauy mar
diHKa Jtrs. liu-nuan at Scoheld thai the
theory lias developed tat they are iden
C4Mftvaaa start ( p.
Scottdale, Pa.. March 8.-The South
west Coal and Coke oomnanv
COO ovens, stttattbeMotew ooit plant and
9Jat Alice, thua giving work to about
nve nuuureu men. Tbe remainder of tbe
l.a ovens will likely be tired mHM. Tbe
plants bare been idle sine earir last sum.
To Cut Once, and Cut Deep, is Better than t6
Hack Away Little at a Time, so this
Blow is to the Bone.
pants, worth 25 cents, at 13
Shirt waists, worth 25 cents, for 13
Underwear, worth $1, lor 50 cents.
Suspenders, worth 50 cents, for 25
cents. See window.
Pants warranted not to rip, worth
$1.25, for 75 cents.
Boys pants, sizes 14 to 18, worth
$4, for $2.
Pants, worth $3.50 to $4, for $2.39.
Overcoats, worth $10, for $5.99.
Woolen sox, worth 25 cents, for 12
Stiff hats, worth
$2.50 and $3, for
Fleece lined underwear, worth
for 69 cents.
Child's overcoats, worth $1.50, for
Suits, worth $15" to $18, for $10.
1 Overcoats, worth $15 to $18, for
worth 50 cents, for 25
. Boys' and children's caps, worth 50
cents,, for 19 cents.
Heavy leather faced mitts, worth
50 cents, for 25 cents.
Men's Mackintoshes, worth $9, for
$6. New goods.
Nothing small about us but our prices.
My Country, 'tis of thee.
Sweet land of liberty,
Of thee I sing; . .
Land where my fathers died,
Land of the Pilgrim's pride,
From even' mountain side '
Let freedom ring.
My native country, thee.
Land of the noble free.
Thy name I love; ,
I love thy rocks and rills.
Thy woods and templed hills,
My heart with rapture thrills.
Like that above.
The Scenic and historic Wealth of allfthis
Continent is Yours.
THE ROCK ISLAfJD ARGiiS
Now offers its readers the finest illus
trated Book ever issued. ' . ,
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A Delineation of the Land we live in.
By Pen and Pencfl. -
Illustrations in Part 1.
Castle Head, Mount Desert, Coast of Maine.
The Porcupine Islands, Frenchman's Bay.
-View of Mount Desert Islands from Sauls
bury Cove Road. ' ... s
The Cliffs near 'The Ovens," Maine.
The Spouting Horn in a Storm.
Eagle Lake. s-
Eagle Cliff, Somes found.
View from Via Mi'iat "Tk- naaa "
ftw aawftnwnn asnn as, aw V WawwaarV
Mount Ranier, from the Columbia River.'
mount nooa, sd Multanomah Falls.
A Genuine Steel Engravinj worth 50 cents x exy pert.