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VOL iioi. no 265 ROCK ISLAKD, ILL., MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1834- PRICE THREE CZ3TS LOOKS LIRE LAW. I DEATHi : Secretary Carlisle's Significant Acts Relative to Customs. The Hclief that the New Tar iff Act Will Stand. . Goods Now in Bond Entitled to the Free Privilege. Several Bad Accidents at Va rious Places. TrAin Loaded with Knights Stepped by a Boulder. Vaiiin.tox. Aog. 27 The fact tluit Scrrctary Cnrlisle this morning j, nt cut telegraphic instructions to tin- ci'.!i"' trs o( customs directing t'irm hat to do in regard to putting I In- in w tariff lull into effect is lin.ki-il iiHn as conclusive evidence ihiii tli' president will not veto the I .;;. Tlie consensus of opinion still i :'.:l tlie hi'.l will lie allowed to lc imiiv a law by the time of limitation mi I ith'nt the president's signa-t.in-. Secretary Carlisle this ruorn ii: lit-i-iiled thaf the goods now in lim.1 w-.ll lf entitled to the privilege i-f Mio free list of the new tariff act. -:iMrl In Chirac" In a Fog. Cut' v;o. Aug. 27 An inbound t'li!i-:i:" Kastern Illinois train this ninniing iviil-deil with a Chicago & Krit- engine running light at Thirty pventh strei-t. laniel Cannon, fire ni;in "ti the Krie engine, was fatallv injur.-.!, and two other railroad men wire very seriously injured. The a vidi-nt was caused "by a thick fog. A Itoaltlrr In th. Way. TAKKi KM-.t uii, W. Va.. Aug. 27. A pmiengcr train on the II. & O. ran it't.i a huge boulder, near Cairo, this M-irning, killing the engineer and Lri-:uau. and wrecking the engine. a;. :r-.nn arc iieiaycu here, ami arc tiili-'l with Knights en route to Wash. ii.'.oii. Katitl Ntreet C'wr Colllln. uwiiiimi, inu., Aug. L'. la a firi-i t car collision this morning 10 i.-rin were seriously injured. The ni -t rman and one passenger were liU'.Iv hurt. rmnnil.iimrr Srjmnur'a Itppnrt. V amiim.ton. Auk. '.7. The annual re- of CouiuiL-sionur of I'litnuts Soy. Hi-'tir iins U-ph submitted to the secretary ! ti-c int'-rior. It shows tlmt clurinj; the I i-: lisral year titer were oo.UT,.! implicit. t,. i: f.ir jit.'nts; l.VM for (le-uus; los for t f-iii--., 'J. 1X1 caveats; l.TiM Applications fr u.i.i-nmrk, nnd : for InU-ls. There wir-i ;t,l tuttciits jrrinifrd. Including re i i-- mi l ilc-sii;ii.i; l.iVifi trademark re- '-i- rcl iinil tw prints registered. Tuo MiinIht ot patents wliieti expired was M.ti.7. The total expenditures were 4 .: j.Dt'J nml thr receipts over expendi ture ktv fli.V.l. Tried In 1'ulnon llrr Family. 1 1 azi.lt IV. Aua. ST. While tcm- J -r.iriiy insane Mrs. William Cannon of .-..-Mr LiMif tried to poison her entire fii'uly. Shu pl.iced pnris green in the i itl-F ami lireml in sullicieut quantity to I. nine ili-iith certain. A uumhernf goats t ii(-ii-iii-l to be the first to get the hrend .an. tl.fir (truths aroused tr. Cnnuou's u-:'h:ius. It was then that he diseov tr. u tlir puixin in th cofft-e. An ofiieer k m -iiTniiMinril and upon awing him Mrs. I ai.:i iii w.-iit upstairs mid threw herself it i-i tin- uiiiiliiiv. Her iutcntiun was "ii -i-ie. f!ic is ii"v tu u prvuiriuus cou- l.l'.lnU. I nnnil Ills Wife uml Cliililrrn. Kani-as (Jitv, Auk. ST. After a search i-I t vi o weeks I)r. J. I. Uioe, a wealthy tml pMiuiuent Sun Antouio, Tex., physi cal, , iiax found his wife and five childreu vi,., t.i-iapH-iired from that city a fortnight ii-i. Mrb. l'.ice has tieen uu invalid for "vi ral years and of lute has shown mark i'l m;:iis of insanity. Hie Beamed pos (if a morbid desire to travel and gut .iy from ln-r home. At intervals her inniil la in -s into a demented state, hut- iii M-vernl hours. Dtinuir one of these I-tiimIs site ilisappcarud, leading her bus- UMui u weary einise. Has (imwn htroiiR In the Faith. W AsiiiM.ToN, Aug. 27. When Secretary Morton took cuareof the agricultural de li lrtnifiit he was n mild advocate of civil service reform. Hojias subsequently li-rmne thoroughly In sympathy with its Irln-ii'...s. It U stated that he believes in iii'-nt ni the sole criteriou as to promo t -UK and other chauues in otlice. Iu mauy tact's where not leuallv required he has npl'in il civil service mothods in ordcrinn c.inirK'titive examiuatious, and recent ex iiiiiiniitions fur protessorsUips in the leather bureuu. Hold llrcak fur Liberty. T. I'aul, Aug. ST. Murderer Ermisch who was lately coudemned to hang made a told and sensational break for liberty 1 it- had In some mminer been supplied I'd a revolver by unknown confederates ml then allowed the liberty of the cor- .'li-r. He opened lire ou the death Watch '-ii'I turnkeys, woutuluig lA-puty f-iieriu ii'Tt hut not In tally. IVputy Sheritl l'icli rcturiKil the fire, shooting at the l"i:ra:lo through the peep holes In the do t. driviuu him into bis cell, when he securely shackled. Parks' Couh Syrup cures coughs, colds and consumption'. Mrs. Cath erine Illack. of I-e Kov. . I.. ay I took one boLtln n'f Parks' Coug Syrup. It acted like magic. Stoj ped my cotiirh and I am perfect! well now." Sold by liar s & Ulle Meyer. DEATH OF PRESIDENT NEWELU Wlrhlcan Soulhern I'asse. Away. Cl.tVEl.AM,( Attvt. ST.-John Newell, presulent and general manager of the Hike Shore and Michigan Southern Rail way compny, died at Youngstown, O.. at - o clock yesterday afternoon of poplexy Mr.Xewell had beeu at. Titts uurg and wa, on his way from that city to Cmbridsloro, pa., for B few days, ... u ue was taken ill. When pecialcar reached Youngstown be his was in io proceed further. A physician wa, colled and he was removed to a hotal. . o s men se.zed with apoplexy, his left wde being paraly!!?d. I'hysicmns were summoned from this city and Patsbur but they could do nothing for him. Hm daughter, Mr. James K. Girneld. of Mentor was called by telegraph, and she reached her father's bedside at noon, with her brother. John K. Newell, of Cleveland, lie was still conscious at that time, but could not speak. Death came painlessly two and a half hours later. Mr. Newell was Ct years of age. lie en tered the railway service in 184' as a rod man, and Was aftnrn-iiml m.Lt.n rieer of the Vermout Central railway. In !!kl he worked on the extension of the Champlain and St. Lawrence railway and u ls.a and 1S53 he survevml Mm railroads from Ixiuisvihe to Cinciunati and from Saratoga to Sackctt's Harbor. 1. In 1SSJ lie was eiiuiiif-er of tho nl.l Cairo City railway and from 1850 to 1W engineer of maintenance of wavofrh Illinois Central railwav. From isi'a m SIM he was president of tiie Cleveland nud oieuo railwav. now a nntt of tlm I-.-ik Shore, and during the next tOK-ceeding year engineer and superintendent of tlie ew lork UentraL From !Stl9 to 1STI 1 as vice president of the Illinois Central nd for three years efter that nr.i,l.t.t of the snnie road. Iu 1S75 he became ccneral mnnnrrer of he Lake Shore and since isst lie hns hppn both president and general manager of the same road. At the time of his death ne wns also presiuent. of the Lrike Erie niul 1 oledo aud Ohio Northern railroads. Mr. Newell was an indefatigable worker. and it is doubtful if there was another rail- way man in the country who had so great, a capacity for work as he. He was a strict ist-ipltnarian and it was qis aim to make he Lake Shore in its service audcoiim- rucnt the best railroad in the country. BUTTERFLIES EARNS $50,000. flow SheWnn ths Futurity by the "Skin if Her Teeth." New Youk. Aug. ST. Futurity day at the Couey Island Jockey Club track was an ideel day for a summer outimr. and alKHit 2j,0U0 people were present. It took lift y miuutes to start the horses, but the start was a good oue with Butterflies a head n front of California. The pace was hot. When the half mile post was reached Hnt- terllies bad a lead of t wo lengths. AgiU- tor nau come up to seconu place, aud wns a bead in front of Connoisseur. Gutta l'ercha was fourt h, aud California fifth. Butterflies' tidcr thought he had the race e:isily, when he heard a sound liehind him, nnd looking back saw Hrandywinc coming like the wind. There wns no time to waste, and Griflin began riding like demon, but he could get very little more out of his mount, and Ilrnndywine came along so fast that the filly only got over the line first by a head. Had the race been fifty yards longer ISrandywine would have won. Time, 2:11. Airitator was third. The stake was worth 4'1.200 to the winuer. TOOK ."BOS" INGERSOLL'S ADVICE, Man with a- Van ut lcpundenry. Love, and Fnpnld Itoard l.ill. PULVTit, Minn., Aug. ITT. Despondent over bis parents' domestic troubles, a love aCuir of his own, nnd an uutfiiid board bill J. J. McNamee, a prosperous Topeka, Kan., commission merchant,, threw him self into the hike ou the loth. His disap pearance was noted at the tine, but it was thought be had left town. The body was washed up onto Minnesota Point. Mc- Nmiiee c:ime here from Minneapolis to recruitdiis health, lie had left $G,oiMl with his brother at Topeka, aud the latter for some n-usou failed to make a requested akmittauce. McNamce read Jsob " lnger- soil's defense of suiuidts gl-ffully to his acquaintances, nnd acted on the advice. The Kuxzaril Gang lisfoftd OC LANCASTER I'll., Aug. The nu merous cases against Ale Buzzard aud hi gang of Welsh uiountaiu robbers have terminated, the accused pleading guilty to tlie lemaiuder of the indictments. The following Cse utences were imposed: Abe Buzzard, eleve n years, and Dave Wine- holde. six nnd a halt years iu the peni tentiary. Harrv Howcr, thirteen mouths; Harry Kssnnac.lit, fwenty-one mouths James StHlwell,. two years and nine months: Dave ShenfTer, fourteen mouth nud Charles Snenffer. t.weuty-ouo mouths Il Has a Great TliliiR, I'erbapa. Pauls Aug. ST. A Frenchman descrili- iug himself as a scientist declares that he has invented a projectile oiarged with hydrogen which would destroy every liv inu luimt that came in its path throu out a larje extent of country. Since by drogeu exists ou!y as a gas, exept uuuer iuiiUL-nse pressure nud at a temierature which conns near the absolute zero, and 1 (Tiivh itself iu the atmosphere with iimiizing velocity, the Freucnuian's inven tion tnnv Im described as wouueriui. u true. O'Uunnvau Russa Lets Hack. New Youk, Aug. ST. J. O'Douovan the Irish uuitator, has arrived on tl.e Tmbriu from Oueeustowu. Kossa tried to get an ollice iu Dublin nud says be was defeated by a combiue resembling Tammany. Excursion Itoat liurued. SALEM, Mass., Aug. -T The excursion aienmer Citv of Portsmouth, which went ashore on Little Aquavilra in the harbor, caught lire anu was uurueu n n edye. All aboard got on sateiy. "Give me man with an aim, Whatcv.-r that a m may be. Whether in wealth, or whether lt fame. It matters not ta me." Half the aimless lives arc due to lasnitude of bodr causrd by dianrdcrad liver. To keep rou liver ia order uud to liferent evil accumnlat one in your blood, to make Ton fuel light at d right and bright from morning till night, to make yopr sleep awej. and keep jour system complete ta Dr. Hierea'ii Pieaaint Pellets They dire conitl uatinn. iiidi.'e-tnai, biituuead, t'Mk ncaaaca ar.d kiudteu dulurtuuce. I I I P. rv II l I I 1,1 I II I'M' If V ' ' -wiiii w... ...v.. .vtnw-no. I Two Labor Leaders Before the Strike Inquisitors. ' SATE T0TJS MONEY AND BUY A GUIT Explain by the A. 11. IT. Man as a Joka Welt irnderstood nnd with No Sinister Meaning Ciompers Relate H la Connec tion with the Uilnenlty CompromiM on the Waees of Glasa Workers Labor Tolitlea at Chicago. Chicago, Aug. 2T. When the labor com mission took their scats Messrs. Debs, Howard and Gompers were given seats directly in front of the bar. Air. Debs was called first. He read a letter written to him by a telegraph man at South But ler, Mont., named Calderhead, which ex plained that the phrase "ssve your money and buy a gun" was a standing joke sen tence used time aud again by telegraph operators and understood by them as nothing more than a joke. l'resident Samuel GoniDers of tha American Federation of Iabor was then Called to the witnjs stand. He said the federation had a membership of 530,000. lie told the commission alwut the liricss house conference of July 12. at which there were present representatives of all the prominent national labor orirauiza- tions. This conference wns called unon I by a committee from several Ciiiiaco I nions asking that a Keneral strike be or dered as su-'ested. Tho request was considered carefully, aud the conference the American federation of Labor came to the conclusion that the president of the United States should lie called pon to do whatever there was ia his power to bring the great labor trouble to an amicable settlement. To that end a telegram wns sent to the president asking that he either come to Chicago or send some one to act for him na conference with the executive coun cil of the American Federation of Labor. he presideut did not reply to the tele gram. Mr. Debs was asked to come be fore the conference. He did so. ami made an address, calm, dispassionate, statins he condition of affairs as he understood them." He asked the conference to tako immediate action delegating President Gompers to present to the General Mana gers' association the document (already laced in evidence) telling them of the ympathy ot the American Federation of Labor for the Pullman employes. Such notion was taken after Mr. Debs left the conference. Compromised the ilas Scale. PlTTsBL'lto, Aug. 2T. The prospective contest between window gl.'iss workers and manufacturers is likely to lie nipped in the bud by a settlement effected be tween the workers and the Chambers Glass company of K-jnsinton, aud the Phillips Glass company, southside, Pitts burg, who nave compromised ou a 10 per cent, reduction for blowers. tlnt teuers and cutters, aud a 10 per cent. advance for gatherers. Tins scale was ac cepted by the men, aud while it is not sat isfactory to either side it will be put into operation as the best possible under the circumstances, aud tha Chambers and Phillips factories will blow iu Sept. 1. The startius of these works will probably re sult in forcing other manufacturers to fol low suit. Another Tietet in Cook Connty, Ills. Chicago, Aug. ST. Organized labor. socialists and Populists, met iu conven tion and nominated the following ticket: For sheriff, John Gilbert Ogden; treas urer, Joseph Schwerzgen: judye of the county court. Jesne Cox; judge of the probate court. G. M. Miller; county e'erk. Andrew 15. Adair; clerk of the probate court, Charles D-ild; clerk of the criminal court, I). F. Gleason; superintendent of public schools. Homer lk-van; president county board, D. M. Fulwilcr; also four teen county commissioners. Closed Down the Mines. EUTTE, "Mont., Aug. 27. The strike among the coal miners at Belt has ended. The companies have closed down all mines couijiletely aud indefinitely. The pumps have tieeu drawn, stores and hotels closed, aud all contracts for mnchiucry aud sup plies cancelled. Work on a hiilroad branch has also beeu ubaudaned. About four huudred miners are thrown out of employment. THE BLAST WENT OFF. Two Men Injured on the Drainage Canal, One of Them Fatal!)'. m Ciiicac.o, Aug. 2T. Two men were in jured iu a blasting explo-iou on section 8 of the drainage canal. One will die. The injured are: Charles Anderson, drill hand, fatally injured;uiikuown man, Anderson's helper, slightly wounded. The explosion me as the men were scattering after their day's work. A steam drill was at work ucar an old hole that had been load ed, but from which the blast had not beeu discharged. , Without, warning the i blast exploded, wrecking the drill and injuring tlie work men. Anderson received the full force of the explosion. Pieces of the drill were driven into his body and he was picked up some distauce from theexplosiou uud phy sicians said his wounds were mortal. The helper wus cut by flying atoms, but his injuries are not serious. Fiw or six la borers were injured slightly by flying stones, but hone were serious injured. Itnnnd Over fur Trial. DETKOIT, Aug. iT. Three of the alleged school board boodlers, Messrs. Walsh, Liphardt and Lichtenlarg, were bound over lor trial. J lie witnesses m the pre liminary examination were the detective who made the complaint, the indent of 'the school furniture coniiny who tendered them bribes uud a stenographer. The de fendants offered no testimony. Milo H. Davis, one of It he defendants who disap peared since bis arrest, was ordered rear rested aud Ins bail declared forfeited. Terrible Crime ia Auatria. VIENNA, Aug. 27. Bobbers attacked the residence of a wealthy Jewish farmer named Bibrovic in the village ot Bosuhewin aud murdered the whole family, which numbered eight persons besides Herr Bibrovic The robbers after plundering the house set fire to it aud it was burned to the grouud. There la ao clue to the perpe , tratora. . . Deputy Sheriff! ami I'nllce Make a Large Number of Arrests. BfFFALO, Aug. 7. There was a battle outside of the city limits between Count Rybakowsky's army of hoboes. Sheriff Taggart and a platoon of mounted police. The sheriff had warrants for the arrest of the count and his lieutenants. There were about i"20 tramps in the camp. The warrants had been served and the prison oners had been taken to the office of Jus tice Forster, when the count asked the privilege of talking to his men, who had followed iii in down. Ho sHke in Polish, the result being that his followers closed around him and would not allow tiie sheriff to take pos session of his prisoners. The result was a battle in which the tramps were worst ed. The sheriff arrested sixty-five, who were sent to the workhouse for thirty days each. The count and his aids will lie held to the trand jury. Some twenty of the tramps were hurt, one, Krztn of Chi cago, being shot iu the leg. Two deputy sheiilli were sliulitly wouuded. Nevada fteputHleans for Silver. IiKSo, Aug. ST. Tue K 'publican state convention adopted a silver platform. A. C. Cleveland, of Wnite Pine, was nom inated for gowrnor; II. i Bartine, of Ormshy, for congress; J. V. E limit, lieu tenant uovei uor; M. A. Murphy, judge of the supreme court; J. D. Terry son, attor ney general; h. nnderieith, secretary of stale; iteore Kxhards, state treasure! G. N. Folsom, sm voyur fccueRtl. llomorrntti DIdciimi Foalnn. C-MAHA, Aut. 27. The Nebraska Dem ocrats hare held a conference at Omaha to discuss fusion with tiie Populists. The question uppermost was whether the party can consistently endorse tlie nomi nation oi oudge Holvutub. No dccicisiun Was readied. ; MliiiHfer Itenby Ku Itonte to China. EVANSVU.I.F., Ind., Aug. . Minister Onirics Deuby left here for San Francisco en route to resume his duties at Pekin, ( lima. He is in good health hut much disappointed nt the brevity of his stay at home. His wife will not acrompat.y him on his return, but wiil go to China later in the season. W ill Supply the Trnot with Cash. Chicago, Aug. 27. -President Mitchell, of the Illinois Trust and Savings bank, said that officers of that institution are acting as trustees for a symiicste ot New York bankers who will loau the whisky trust sufficient money to pay taxes ou its goods iu boud. 1 tie scrolulous taint which may nave been in your blood for rears may be thoroughly expelled bv gv iD Hood's Sarsajvirilla a trial. " PUREST AND BEST AT LESS THAN - HALF THE. PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS. PcjHDsyH Halves.! J Quarters SOLD IN CANS ONLY. Reidy i Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Buy, sell and manage property on commis sion. Collect rents, Koom 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng. Telephone 1512. Big Bargains 3 New Organs, worth f 85 $61 1 " 135 K5 115... 0... So... 75 .. 125... 1 2d-hand Organ 2 2d-hand 1 2d-hand Fiaao 1 2d-hand 25 16 One Fine Organ, almost new, worth ,1fui -rv flll'i UL Tl O. One at 175 Good 7-octare square piano, One Good Organ if taken at once, at f20. WOODYATT&Co. 1717 Second Ave. Buck Island. 406 fifteenth Street, Moline. PAlflN6 More Room The London has now started A GREAT MEN'S SUIT SALE $5 Our windows the store. THE LONDON Big Store. Blue Front. Have You Money To Invest? If so, read this: 7 Per Cent Loans. The following is a partial list of completed pit-edged first mortgage loans on hand, which we offer fur bale, sub ject to previous selections, for their face nccnied interest. These i.-.s . have bt'vn can-fullj selected by us. and are first-class iu every respect. They are all 7 I'KU cent net to the inves tor. We have many other loans to oiler, if these are not in amounts to suit the investor: imwi'. Vent. 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 Tim. Srmrtff b yrs f5.iNj 5 yrs 1.700 5vrs 1.00 J 6 yrs 4.500 6 yrs 3.000 5 yrs 2,500 6 yrs 2,400 5 yrs 4.000 5 vrs 2.0K) 6 jrs 8.500 5 yrs 2.XQ 5 yrs 3.550 5 yrs S.SiM) tl.6(H, 800 420 1,800 250 800 1.000 1.500 800 1.500 1,000 1,400 1.200 j ne securities we oiler are estH-ciallY adapted for the investment of saviugs and trust funds, as our personal attention to all the details of the loan, from its date to its maturity, relieves the hold er from all annoyance except to present his coupon to us for collection. For further information call at the of fice of JACKSON 8c HURST. Masonic Temple. GEO. F. BOTH, Bupt. Loan Department BICYCLES I make a specialty of repairing or furnishing parts for any Bicycle, and guarantee satisfaction on all work done. If jonr wheel needs attention try me. Hair Clippers and Basors sharpened on short notice. Market Square. Must Have Is the word that comes from our proprietors, who are in the eastern markets buying an immense stock of Fall and Winter Clothing. We marked prices down from our former low prices all last month. V: A now we have jumped on them again $5 are full of them. 55 Is the Lots of them, worth more than double. None of them worth less than double. You can't afford to miss this sale. fc7trsiiJliraritTlrJ Bennett's GLOVE STORE AND FURS. Fur Goods repaired. For all kinds of Fur Goods and Gloves go to 1G05 Second A v. ? ? ft ' 1 I -lit , Jte&i, ST More Room 9 (3 We have more in Price. Impossible to miss ihe place. LATEST KOVELTIES LSI CM BE SKKaT AT K. F. DORN, The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 8&COXD AVE Harper Ho Block KOPPE, THE TAILOR, 1SS3 C nd Atmissi