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THE AUG US, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27. 1894.
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Imn, Back Isia-ad m.
J. W. FOTTZB,
TIWl naiay. sent. na. Wnklf,
t.M per anaasa; ta tdnact HJO.
AH HaaaiKMlnM af critical or af aU
!! aaaraatrt. aolttlaal ar fstlffts-sa, u am
Nat aa-aw aturh4 for aaMlcatloa, Ko -rack
articl. wtU to prtatrd err Set tloaa alfwatma.
CarrMpnadraat solli-l Ima rrwrt MwaatUp
la Rock tmt anaatv.
Wti-srsnaT, JrKE 27. 1894.
Warkks conntr held Ha rrpubli
can contention to nominate county
oflicrrs at Monmouth yesterday.
Tnt democratic conjrrenMonal con
vention cf the nrw Fourteenth dis
trict nominated Uenrpe O. Barnes.
Slgar baa given the Havemeycrs
I-iO.OoO.OOO. The men who work in
the refineries suffer intensely front
the intense heat, boll in fact and all
for $1.60 per day.
V. W. Tkact, of Springfield, who
i now presiding over the National
Kepuhliena leairuo convention at
IVnver, will become a candidate for
the nomination for Mate treasurer of
Illinois Immediately on hi return to
The supreme conrt of Ohio has
aftirnied the constitutionality of the
law which taxes cigarettes out of ex
istence in that state. Legislators are
rapidlr learning th:it the speediest
and moot certain war to cripple or
kill a thing is t'V taxation. V ben
thry hare fully mastered the lesson
they will perceive that the taxes
upon industry tiiscourage prouue
tion, and Jhey will repeal such taxes.
Ttic influence in state matters of
National Committeeman ltcn T. Ca
ble Is shown in all the Chicago papers'
"Springfield reports today, and that
the outcome of the senatorsnip con'
test depends largely on his position
is readily conceived. The announce
ment of the probable action of the
convention in centering on Franklin
McVciigh for senator was not made
until it was known tual Air. uwe
had given hU consent to such a turn
of affairs. The Herald, for instance
says: -It is said that ltcn T. Cable
is willing to see McVeagh nominated.
('able would like to lx C uIIom s sue
cesser, but he doesn't want a con
vtntion nomination. Since it is ap
parent that the convention will nom
inate a candidate. Cable stands aside
and consents that MacVeagh mar to
named as a leader. MacVeagh s
election would not interfere with
Cable's hopes two years bencc. when
the campaign to name uencrai l aim
er' successor will begin."
The formal withdrawal of W. 11.
(test of his candidacy for the con
gressional nomination at the hands
of today' convention, and appearing
In this morning's Union, is about as
shameful an abuse, of friendship as
total a disregard for the efforts of
devoted admirers, and altogether a
most surprising evidence of absolute
indifference to the duties becoming
one whc has occupied the position he
has liefore the republican party here
as could possibly be displayed.
Some months ago the I'nion
brouirht Mr. (test out for nomination
in the new Tenth district. It sought
in have the county convention in
struct for him over a month ago. but
was cleverly outwitted. Since then.
however, the paper with an earnest
ness of purpose and faithfulness and
sincerity that was altogether admir
able, notwithstanding its looinanii
ness, politically speaking, has main
tain! its position that (test alone
was tbe roan, it bas ircticu ami
fumed and fought for him. engender
ing the ill-will of opposing factions
and subjecting itself to the riuieuic
of those in a ixisition to know which
way the wind was blowing. I'p to
yesterday morning the fight for the
ex-congressman was continued in the
All this time Mr. (Jest has stood
uietly by and observed these efforts
in his behalf, until now on the very
eve of the convention, at the last pos
sible moment, and finding all that
has been done for him was in vain. he
comes forth to formally state that he
is not a candidate, and has not been
since the county convention refused
to voluntarily present his name. But
he says: "1 have no fault to find
with the friends who have sought to
make my cause their own, and in
deed I extend to them mv grateful
thank, tut 1 feel it due to myself
lie fore tbe congressional convention
oM!tis to say that since the express
conditions of my candidacy were not
complied with. I am not a candidate.
I would have leen proud to otoy the
call of the republicans of Koek island
county; I am under no obligation to
serve without that call. I have
taken measures to properly notify the
Koek Island county delegation to
He has no fault to find with friends
who have sought to make this cause
CJN I (Sn ltgAgtV
, their own. and instead of placing bis
position before them week ago, he
Jim mob the fight in his behalf go on
til the convention assembles, when
he take mensnres, as he says, to no
tify Ike delegation of how he has felt
. rignt Moog.
RIOT AT SftfllNQ VALLEY.
Tm Tight TlnH la Coart ul F.ala la
Srr.rsQ Valley. Ills.. June sr. William
Plnkerton, a young married man of per
haps 23 rearm, lies at his home in this city
attba point of death, tba victim of a
mob of infuriated Lithuanians. The
doctor says he cannot live. Tbe assault
was the outcome of a trial in Judge
White's court, Piukertou and another
young man named Michael Bowan were
on trial fur committing rape, on a young
Lithuanian woman named Anna Bro
snwiikl. Ilnrlnft the progress of the trial
the proMcntlnn brouiilit lit evidence to the
effect that Pinkrrtnn and Rowan outraged
the woman at the point of a revolver.
ArcnrdtnR to the woman's statement
herself and half-brother were going to the
I lock Island station when thry were ac
costed by the two watchmen, who ordered
thera to throw op their bauds and no te
Jail. Instead of taking them to j.iil they
eonveyrd them to an isolated farm imple
ment house, where it is alleged both the
accused committed the foul crime. The
defense Intended to prove that Pinkertou
and Bowan were two miles aw-tj at the
bonr the alleged rape was supposed to
have twen committed, but they were pre
vented. Just as the prosecution was
about to close their case a signal was
sounded and a large crowd of Lithuanians
broke down the railiu-x ox'tlie dock auu
svizi-d the two defendants.
They broke away, however, nnd seizing
a clmir each I bey commenced to keep the
euraui-d for-iners away from them. For
a few utinutes a free for all light ensued,
and it was euded I y l'iukertou leupiug
from a two-iory window uud tukluj to
l.u heels. The uugry uiob surged out of
the courtroom and pursued him. l'iuker
tou rau In tl.e direction of No. 1 shaft, and
led the crowd l) a hundred yards. When
the bunted uinu reached the engine house
he took refuge, in one of the idle boilers.
but they soon dracgui htm out of there
and tieut him uhtl lie was unconscious.
Then tbey dr.mm-d him out in tho hot
sun and let him lie, thinking he was -lend.
When he bt-titn to liow Men of life the
crowd urged the outraged woman to beat
him. Sviziug a Urokeu pick handle she at
onee prom-ded to U-nt her alleged assault
er until be isnve no sn;us of life, and then
left. For hours the nearly dead man lny
them, nnd when a doctor arrived to citim-
ii:C Ittm the physician was pelted with
clods of dirt nnd st 'lies until he he was
compelled to leave him for fear of his own
Not until durk did his frieuds venture
to curry him home to his wife and chil
dren, who are prostrated with grief. 1km
an is budiy wounded. As he left the court
room he was assaulted by the crowd out
side, but be ejcajM.J by jumping iuto a
bUKgy and driving out of town.
CAUGHT THE TAYLOR BROTHERS.
Titer tH'dure Their Intiocenco of tbe
MutUcr of the M-rka.
Kansas CITT, Juuc IT. A Star eiwciul
from Little Koek. Ark., gives the follow
ing interview with William I. Taylor, cue
of the brothers in custody there for the
murder of the Alecks family nt Btowuin
Ma "We are entirely guiltless of the
crimo, and had intended leaving on a skiff
for llatrsvillc and retnrnina home for trial.
We hope tn i;et bail, and can -jive it in any
sum t'-o.pon if necessary. Tile murder ot
the Mevfcs family occurred on the nibt of
May 10 last, nnd e learned the next day
that we were suspected of it, and that a
mob was after us and would lynch us if
they caueht us. We Immediately so:iht
safety In flight, expectin- to return when
the exciter.. vut dieU down."
Fromnnefd Eapsisti. Tat laved.
From a letter written bv Mrs. Ada
K. Hurd. of (irotun, ,S. I)., we quote:
"Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on mr limps. Coiiph set in
nnd finally terminated in eonsumii.
tion. Four doctors pave me up, say-
inx I could lire but a Miorl tune.
pave myself up to my Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stay with my
friends on earth, I would meet mv
absent ones above. My husband was
advised to pet Dr. Kinp's New Dis
covery for Consumption. Coiiplis and
Colds. I pave it a trial, took in ail
eii;ht Unties: it has cured me, and
thank Ooil I am now a well and
hearty woman. Trial bottles free at
Hartx & Bahnscn's drug store, repu
lar size, 5lc and tl.
Good looks are more than skin
dcp. deiM-ndinp upon a healthy eon
ilition of all the vital orpans. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
look. If your stomach be disordered.
you have a dtH'ptic look, and if
your kidneys be affected you have a
pinched look. Secure pood health
and vou will have pood looks. Klec
trio Bitters is the preat alterative
and tonic, acts directly on those
vital orpans. Cures pimples,
blotches, boils nnd pives a pood com
plexion, hold at Ilarlz & Bahnseu s
drup store. flUc per bottle
BUCKLER'S ARNICA 8ALTE.
The best salve in the world for cats
braises, sores, ulcers salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required, it is guaranteed
to pive perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded, frtce Zo cents per box
tor sale by liartz Uiiemeyer
Breckinridge's Property Not Visible.
Washington, June 87. An examina
tion of the record in the Pjllard-Breck
iuridge case shows that the plaintiff has as
yet given no order for an execution to it
sue against the defendant's property, al
though that right is open to her at any
time. His salary as a congressman, how
ever, is exempt. Colderon Carlisle, at
torney for ails Pollard, was asked why
he did not order an execution against
some ol uoionel ureckinridge s art ly
possessions, "if yon will show us some
thing to execute upon we will do it very
quicKiy," was tbe significant reply.
W. P. Haves, of 2405 Jones street,
Omaha, Neb., savs of Parks' Sure
Cure: "My wife has been constitu
tionallv wrecked for years. Tried
evertthinjj fruitlessly. Sly drug
list's persuasion backed br his puar
antee. induced me to bur a bottle of
Parks' Sure Cure. The results are
truly wonderful. Parks' Sure Care
for tho liver and kidneys is a positive
simi-iIIi' for tho diseases of women,
Sold by Uartz & L'lluuicycr.
The only fatality nt Kcighley. Kan..
which was fisitcd by a cyclone, was tbe
death of a farmer named Thurraan.
Etta Bealle was struck by lightning and
instantly killed at Waterboro, Me. Sue
was at the farmhouse of a neighbor during
the shower. She was holding in her lap a
Little child, and there were six other per
sons in the room, but she was the only oae
A case of leprosy has been diacoverd at
Niagara Falls., Out.
T. I). Sullivan. auti-Parncllite member
of parliament, has agreed to lecture in tbe
United States aud Canada next season.
Street car drivers at Tine Plults. Ark.,
struck for increased wages. Their places
were filled with new men.
Congressional nomination: Fourteenth
Illinois district, George O. Barnes, Demo
crat; Thirteenth Pennsylvania, Peter- B.
ftruhinRer. Democrat; Third Maine, S.
W. Gould, Democrat; C. G. Sheldon, Peo
ple's; Montana, Robert B. Smith, Populist.
Obituary: At INanerrilie. Ills.. ex-
Mayor C. Wise, aged C4. At Dewltt. Ia.,
Ihomns Kelly, need 7ft. At Gnfutw
Station, O., Samuel Griffiths, master
mechanic ofthelSiff Four rood, aged T2
At Hopkinsville, Ky., Dr. Joseph P.
Thomas, aged 64.
Charlie Benncy. IS rears eld. of Camden.
N- J., who was burned at a stake by
some boys who were playing lndianssome
mouths ago, died froui the effect of his
injuries. The boys who inflicted the torture
have been sent to the reform fcchool.
Mrs. Mary E. Lease annouuees that she
will v,6it Lngland this fall for the pur
pose of settling up an estate there in
which she is Interested. !'.e also stated
that she had an offcr to make a lecture tout
lu Australia which hue was seriously con
sidering. Congressman McKeishan, of Nebraska,
who was livlun in a log house nt the time.
during bis first campaign for congress
traveled 10.000 miles and visited every set
tlement in his big district in his bunt for
In a sham battle b etween members of
Company B at Sioux Kails, S. D.. foul
men were more or less injured, the most
serious case beintr that of Corporal li. C.
Iow, who received a charge ol powder
full In the face.
The Coxeyite "armies" at Washington
are slowly dwindling away. .o interest
is taken In them by the public now aud
little money is being contributed.
Justus Schwab, the New York anarchist.
thinks tbe assassination of Caruot shout a
Set-off against tho execution of the an
'I prity yon. Mart-jr Lientcuaut," said Sir
TboniM Kure, at he usciTiiril the scuffull, '-re
me rare tp. nnd fur my coming down I cau shift
lor myse'f. "A d&HLt.eM senl erect, wl.o
trailed st death." said Thorn; ron. He suffered
martytilim bnt on e at the hand of the head-
man, but how many euffcir it evt-rr dny throcuu
tbe slow, liut icfidions hand tf disease. He lu
his faith in rlncLn sad was lot ; put yourr, ch
saffer'ri: feinule ic tlic curative proenie6 of Dr
Pitrct's Favorite Ptcscrii!i.n. and be raved
from houra of srfferitg. It cures every form of
WMiUD'f wcakneS!1, stnTOStluns the pelvic or
gan", and forcrer checks ttio;e "beauty des'.ray
ing" diMraser so cemtnon tn your sex
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Send a-eenf stamp to Cbos. . Hire
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Woolesal Dealer and Imponor of
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In It Worst Form
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Catarrh is a constitutional disease, and there
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now I am Well sad Zlappy, gaining flesh
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Railwar Bennt corner Flfts avenue and
Tbirty-Orst zeet, Frank U. Flammer. Agent.
Denver Limited AOrnnna.
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K. C St. Joe 4 Minneapolis
umana a Ds Homes
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t'hlcaro A ics Moinoa
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Arrival, t Departure. tDafiy.ezccptSnaday.
All others daily. Telephone 1093.
jr. o.rLvamia, JssTb
waw rw.nnt Kimt tTinA and sixteenth
street. M.J. Voanu, scent.
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Depot Twentieth struct, between First and
-second avenues, a. v. w . uoimea, acul.
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Msil and Express..
St. Paul Express...
Dock Island a Peohia Kailwat
Denot First Avenue and Twentieth street.
F. A. Uockwell, Agent.
.( 8:5 am 7-50pm
i !!: t pm 11:15 am
. H:10 am 8:l pm
able Accommodation .
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Northern Fa.iway, deimt f-iot of BrsdT
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West Lihvrtv Trains
alO:.W pm I a? :15am
" No. "
I hT :-i pm
h2:40pm bll :45am
alS :45 (,m 1 bs:IKiam
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Leave Cock Island.
Arrive St. Louis.. .
.8:05 A. M.
.7:10 P. M.
This Bonte affords a pleasant dav
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tion cf the state of Illinois, in
cluding the cities of Peoria
A full view of the State Capitol is
had from the train at the lat
ter place. Lunch is served on
the train you can order what
your appetite demands and at
a reasonable price.
Another thing to be considered is,
that you are not compelled to
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tt) take train. You are. landed
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due time to catch out-goin-j
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Cut off the end of the wrapper.
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3 V.. --JT
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At this sale
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