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ROCK ISLAND ARGU
VOL. ZLIV. NO. 280
BOCK ISLAND, ILL., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1896.
And a Town in Georgia in a
State of Terror.
THE OLD STOSY 01 RACE WBATH
Trot Colored Man Mint hj m Whit
Who Atompllng la Aawnll id. Latter
with mn tj llant Mnl fatally Hart,
bat Ilia I rinaU Make Tlira-ati-TIi loll
Kmxl MnlMM-rary la Itamluak; mill a.a
Myth. iu, P.j.t. II. n sUturlajr
Mirht at thin Ur., t'-nljr-to mlk-
from Auguetn. ;.. A. M. Clnrka-. phot
a. n-ern numa- tve l:.lur..l. Th!
):ittcr wan ua.n .nfuna- ImiK-uiigc In
th .riTa-ii.- a.f IiimI.h. tiark- . !. 1
Mm to irl. I.iit Kn1nn1 tontlnurd
I.Ik I ruf.inlty uml i-gun t urn- and
alius" I'lurkr. Th- r.'Kiu had on ax
In M hmi. I ami Cli.rk.-. thinking that
) h.i'l ltt.-r arm liiin.lf. wt-nt to
hi h'.u f..r lii'i yliiitnun, ami whi n ha
turna.. ih" iw m. 1 was rn'wl. tw
lan.l h'.MiiiL; hi v In a thn-Mta-nlnic
tiiann'T. Thy t;ir!-d toward aa.h
th'-r urn! I'lnrk" a.-n.-il fir i.n the
tia-atrai. lirintf thr tinn-s ami wa.un.l
Inif him In th- nrru nri'l ImIv, hut ti"t
alunit.-ra.iis::.'. Tlx' tMipulatlon of th
j.lni 1.4 al'out :ui. th majority
a.f . h-m ! rii'irri'. Tiny l-ai.ni
rr.-iitly ln nf. il at th rhuotlnir. nnl
yi'h-t.T'lny thr.t.-n.l to burn the
.iil.ln a.f th hlt".
aa-nt If Angn.tA for AM.
Tin- n :n Kiithi-ri'il In Iiir" num-
1.. i- in tin- town ivlth pliaitmin-a ami
l-t"H, iin.l th- vhltoa. f.-aritii,' th.y
v miiI. I iirt nut tha-lr Ihra-nts. t.-l-rni.i
l t. th.i JiiIki' ami Flia-rlff a.f tho
a.niritv at Aueuxtii t mn. n!lstnne
at mi. . A s." lul train va llHint h
r.l with twl r-lliihl tnn. n -.mta-nt.-.l
l.y tin. km rilT nn.l hi d.-pud.'K.
AVh.ri tin- train artiv.-.l nt myth" thai
t-obiri'il ii.... lii4i.jn-' ut una-. Th
ch'-rliT nn. I hi men nr now huntinir
tin. rlneli-iiili-rx. hut It in liurlly .rob
H Ihiit thf-y trill . rwi n nxful. lit
thi-y nr.. In hi'lirijr. f'liirk I-.iim Iw-en
.iit ini'l.T nrra-ct ami tak n to AiiKt:!i-
1.1. 1 h woirn n nml i hll.lr'n cr
v. rv nun h frtitht.ipl. I. til it Ix Ih-I1v-1
ttiat ainrc th arrival t.f th- ah TifT anl
.ii""' tin n.'Ki-.M-n nrf tMi ki ar.-il to Ht
t.'tuit to tarry nut tli. lr thrcntt aftr
th nlTlri'ra h'Hvi
i r. lit i;r-. t ut i iiMiit iiicii :v.
tVd il Wm Thnt Toit Hwlil Almnt Mob Ijiw
In lour Inaugural ?
H.rlnu-lir.. Ky.. K.-ft. II. WashlnT
t"n aouiity un.t riprMiKll' I'l. th.? ruunty
Hi-it, art In frrnzy af a'Xlta-in'nt, ax
tin y htiva- Ix-i'ii for four ur liv- nli;ht8,
a. n avioiint of thrrut.x tn huru tin- toun.
'I'll.' IrullUa' fMK.a nut of tho rffol t
iiui'lo ut l.ixt .N'n-.i tnlH r'a tl. i tlou to
iiuiki' ull tiirii.kx In Ihn a-nunty fr. ..
'1 Mo iKoxtlon j.t to u ,,t,. i,i t,,.
...i,.l,., unU It) anrruil l.y u v-ry Lirxv
majority, hut for r. axons whiih tho
avi rana. iltl-.n In WaxhitiKlon county
Uoa x not iio..Tlaini .r u pr Iat. tlio
toll Kiifi x an. :o uji, taiitl tollx an- l
Ini; ai.lloi t. i on inry nn- In the aun
t. not UhvLirolim; Ihf otc a.f the
-ol.n t.i f i .. t,. in.
Kor tho f.H-t x that It in-a-al innr!
than it o.. of tlio p. .. lr tin..M tho
Vol moanx a otitis, iitlnn. Th.- toll
r-iailx hnill hy tlvHto i.nn.:iiil' x
an. I If tho i unity tnaka-x Ihi'tii fra-e
tlio ..-o..- tniisl Kt in.l n tax to ralxo
Molioy. Jin Volo .u ,,,.n aka 11 am
llllx ami tho aolltily authol itlcx imillot
I. ' iillr r.ilx" tlio fim.lx.
A . k nco rattirlay art xa I nx tho
II I 'lay tho pat.'x ...iil.l lie tol. iat-.l.
Iiii i, on.. .,,. mk, , r r.-inov.il. ami
u han.l a.f in, ii. allvl.l.-.l Into h.'ialx.
w. til Into alin i rr".t .u tx a.f tin a ouiity
innl a ii t il"n Dili to. n xat. x. T iii. n
r.- nrrta-.1 nr. I -h:irt;.l wltn alo
Hfa.yii.it r.... itv. Vln y mivo t all nml
w. ! r. laa.-,. Tli. n Inrorinulioii tatno
to t o n that If nry tnoro it.'t.. nrr.t.'.l
lh- ra-K'ihitnrx v.oul.l l.urn tho toun of
11 in -I'. M, tho toiinty a..i,t. Thlx
iilarti... ih a itlz.-nx. nn1 .-na h nlirht
vlua th tow n h,i vn Btiar.l-.l l.y M
t't 'Hxa i ill.-.'lix.
Tlia- aoiinty iinthorlti.-x nr.. :.soluto
ly .rl.f.a. i:.ry a.tio Is iifrui.l to
rnlxa a li i" l Misainxt th r.mi'atorx
loxl hlx r.,a.'rty or hfo ho .'ii.!aii(;.Ta-a.
CLARA BAHTON t-i HOME AGAIN.
. Hark Irr m M.nla-m Trrrlt.irr l.nthoa.
tuwllc liarr ll.-r Wairk.
Now T.rk. 5a.. ll.-(Mtii lUrton.
ha'a.l f tho An.a ri.un Jto. Crox ru.
a l. ly. I hin k from ha-r work In Ar
tiia'uiu, ami I In. h at thix wrltint; xtnt
Imx iloi llur.l ti Ha- tho r. iM.rt. rx fho
ix Htato.l l. Lay rninuxaixtia' av. r iti
inn n'.'a a.f hor mlxxlon. lr. a?. 1'. I'ii'I-
in. in. in minna lai MTn-mry of tna r.ar
ton t' l.Hli.n. al.1: "'tf wa-ro va'll ro-
"In I n all ahtoa In t'onnlanllnoplo.
Wo rf ..r:iio.l a.nr rtilrxlon aiia'a-a xrf uiiy
urn I H;.,-tit flut.mNi. Vw million a.f . ...
lar.a ..iti.i not rellvxc all the Jl-tr.'?s
in A;n Mt:ior.
"Wo hail four rtlomliX alyxa-ntory.
tn tiaix.t) I'lmlil an. I xniallpi'Xln ivhl. h
to nn. i'i.r tho atfliti'd, and tna.lo no
lixtttn tlon lMtwti-n Turkx and Armcn
lanx." Wham arka-tl If th Arma-nluns
.to m-Kfoxxcr .lurlnn th ninxxacra-a
ho t -I'lloil: "That l.x a ilttiaal ajua-x
I l.'ti I would not unsut-r. AV made no
lno!.tiaton.,'la-forc Mia Itarton loft
'.iKtanlinofl xha? for hrr n-fiards
to th- mi It an and h In return had hla
a liafil" rlain ca.nvry hi i-rxonal ex-
.ri'KKi..n of outo-tn ami roirard. and his
h.f t isha-a and prayers fur a safe
I I II. ins l:aprt I'ronaaiUon.
i:i-lxt..ko. It. c. S.-it. 14. LI HunR
t linn ws nrk.il -la the atatmont
truo l:at on ..ur ra-txnn to China you
will i-xiKn y..ur a.tll. a-x?" "It la not
truo." rafli'd tho vt.a.ray. 'Tpam my
n-turn to t'hliia I may l railed upon
ta till on nior. axaltod oftloea.
: I to r.'iuo my work for Chlna'a
aJvanei'nirrt until my death."
Aa KIMIn Hoaa.
Kva Air, Croxsgrain
lovely i xprrxxion alie has ta her
"The rhotojrrapher told her that ahe
li.ut cioru Dek'utive ba auty than any wo
hmu btt eTcl taw. ' ' IXtrwt Free Pray
BRYAN'S TOUR OF ILLINOIS.
IXJUirratlo Nnmlnra Ppraka at c
McLrAXSBoBo. Sept. 14. Five to
is thnoand ll.iokod to the pquare in
Mt. Vernon tn listen tn norainae
Urjan. He i introduced by Jude
Sample, of tbn appelate court, who
announced that he was always a rt
puM'can unt'l this jenr. Brvan. In
the cnumo r f his remark, took oc
ct!nn to assert the soundness of bU
biand of detuocracj. He denied that
he i to ppi.ik from the ctepa of the
Capitol at Washington.
Tha Elactlon In Maloa.
At 'it xta. Me., Sept. 14 The elec
tion ix paising off ijuictly. Reports
icdicate an averac'i vote, although
the rcpul.licans are preparing to at
trilmte to the weather conditions any
falling ctl in their vote.
ruTLAM. Me., 14. All indica
tion point to a heavy vote. The
weathT i cloudy and cool. The re
publicans will have a tremendous
I'rafrrird Xulrl.lato Uruwaloe.
Hi'.iilami I.KiiiT. Mass.. Sept. 14.
The Italian bark Tonte Tabor was
wrecked ofT Hooked Hill bar at mid
nloht. To escape drowning Capt.
D.'laoaxsa and hU mate committed
sulcid. Four of the crew of 10 were
drowned. The remaining six
reached shore on the vessel's deck
house. llcaary I'hllaftclphla Failure.
Piiu.ahm.piii, Sept. 14. Coilid,
Altotuus & Co., the oldest and one of
the largest wholesale dry goods lirms
in the city, has assigned. It is
thought the liabilities will be close
to half a million, with probably as
sets for an equal amount.
ABOUT AS THEY'LL COME OUT.
The llnx Itatl Table Now Show the
t'liioauo, Sept. 14. If a baso ball "fan"
U tinil of wnfchiiiK tho vicissitudes of the
National Iviouo Hubs ho may paste tho
follow inn table In his hat with tho almost
acrtaln nstumnoo that tlWo will be very
littlo a hanpa' in tho standing of any cluh
romiKirod tn any cithor, and that there
will lie none in lliat of the four leaders:
n.iyo.1. Won. Ijoat. Cent
"5 : .Tm
74 41 JIKS
i-i 47 ajis
IC Vi ..-,411
r.i ;,t ..vi
R' a .4T.S
ns as a-u
:i h; .if:!
W;h I IUf tou. . . . . . ,
1 aiu.i xi'ora.s
I 'i 1 1 sbur:r Cli lea no
naM .". Iniisvlllo (': nt
lMttshurir 1: nt Wiishin-'ton rhilndi'l-
phia I-.'. Wnshiniftun ii; nt Italtiiimrf
:nxiLI'ii 5. H.iltiiiinre ti; nt Clova-laud
t. Iwiuis -J, I'lovol.and 8: lit Xa-w York
stun N. Na-w York !. (Sunday) at Cin-
.niiatl I'hir.ik-o :i. Cinrinnati 7: nt Louis-
illo SI. Iuiis I, Iouisvillo
Western LiMiiic: At Ik-trnlt St. Paul
IVifa.U Ii; (x.oiid irtinia-l St. l'aul 3.
Ik'trolt II; nt tV'iimlMis Kansas City s.
o'limhiis 7; nt lamnd ILii.iils Minna-aii-
lis 7. linaiid ltinids U; nt liiiliatmiMilis
ililnaiikan. A, IndlnnntH.llx 4; (second
paint') Milwukao :t, lnitinnanolis 4. (Sun
day) At Grand lia.lds Minnoapnlis 5,
I. rand Uuids.'; (soond ic.uur) Minman-
II. (.mini liannls; nt Columbus
Kaiixns 4'ity 4, I'oUiiiiImix jj.
Ill .ttruiit at Mlla l.lr Norrrnlnl.
N. w il.anf. Si'pt. 14. l.ouis Co
nilx', aimj a.f Ilia- IxH.kkaH'pors a.f the
'fun. t t'ninn National bank, nliotook
atoxa. a.f inoii hint: ThurJay nikht.
.lrrrtrl ns a Murilrr Fau.pret.
l:a.l!ar.d. Mi. h.. Sent. II. Dr. J. 1.
Voitaot. laix hoen nrrotU'd on xus
.i. i..i a-f l.axif.i; he n nn in a omi.li. o
in thi.. mutdar of i:nox V. liwreme
Ixxt T.n-;. i;;,y CnatoH has l...Ri:n
' inT a llfo , nt. t:a o for thix i-i inio
.1 l.av. rem t'x w ife has Just been
nml KUilty a.f aani.lkity in the
I nslon l,ro...uiim Arrrpted.
' Ieiis, Sent. II After a M-sinii of
. ver.il hours the l'oi.iiliRt slate commit
tea-jidoplod a resolution to aci-ept the
fll'oll tll.in for electors umiuiHl bar tlu.
M . 1 "
i murrain: suin- l eutral committee.
Rratralnt In Ooina; Oood.
A Krcat alesiro taiiuiiiiiHtster justice.
una cvi-u tai fsi'ute va n-aiii-e, entire:
as niaiiy ia.-rs.itw. " writes Mrs. Lviuau
AlilKitt lit K'.Uiis' Homo .Imvriiul
"Tl-.cy can hardly k-p iheir hauda a-ff
v. ii.ro tha-y ko what apiiean ta be
..i.aiiuj , amy mihK to put the drivi-r in
place vt the al.iie.l lmrM-, tlie large lxy
m place ot ll.e siuall fafj.' the i-hler
ist. r in the yimnp r's pn,ition and so
on to the i ml of t!u-1 li.ipt. r. When the
temptation ba-coiiu-s toaistrung and these
Would lc make rights' do iuterfcre, they
an- iiii-re .iaiy to luake Uiings fax
worsa- than to improve them. Theirs is
a ba-ttcr attitude taiward life thau that
tif inii" who takan pleasure in the exhibi
tion of mau's evil passions a disposi
tion we sa luauifcsta-d when a quarrel
unscs in l he htrart aud a rrowd flocks
ut oiuv ta i-iieouraso and enjoy the spec-
taela'. The retributive foa ling may be
riht, but we tiinst not put into action
ull onr right fit-lings. Restraint in do
ing good is important ns well as re
stranit fra.tu eviL I suppose children
have huffcred quite as much franu the
iiita-rlen nca? of friends wha would mod
uy a too istxict du t aud cuLrj;e a taxi
limited list i f air.n-'nia-uts as thay have
Xioiu lueir pora-nts rotrictums. "
' Yon need Hood's Sarsaparilla to
en-ich and purify tout blood, create
an appetite and give sweet, refresh
NO. ONE AT LAST.
Chief of the Assassins of Caven
dish and Burke
CAPTTJUID AT BOULOGNE, TEAJJCE,
After Evadine the Kritih Slentha for
fourteen Years Caught While Hatching
Dynamite I'lnta Acstast Kneland and
Arrniteil la Hia Iloom at the Point of m
Reolr Admit Hi. Identity and In
criminating I'aM-ra Are I'ound on Ilim.
l!ouIo.-ni!, Sept. 14. Tynan, the no
torious Number tnu." has been ar
rested here on a Scotland Yard war
rant which was issued in lNfci. Tynan
arrived fh Europe hy landing in Genoa
In AuKUst. lie proceeded from there
to Paris, where he remained for some
days consortinir with a number of th
meinlKrs of the dynamite faction of
the Irish party.
Ho had lM'n traveling under the
name of Ca.-nrne a Gordon and other
aliases when he arrived in lloulogno
on. Friday ova-ning and put up at the
H itel Folka stone. where he did not
sitate to expound his Fenian views
in tho bar nf the hotel.
His movements had been watched
from the time he arrived in
French territory. The local commis
sary of police, together with an Eng
lish dcta-etive. burst into his room nt
clock in tho mornins. The detective
eld a loaded revolver to his head and
theraten.id to hhoa.t him if he resisted.
Taken Vmla-r an Old Warrant.
Tynan was secured and admitted his
identity. Incriminating papers and a
1 irKo sum of money were found in his
possession. Tho prisoner was lodged
in a cell in the It.iulaigne police station
and he will be arraigned today, with
via-w to his extradition to England.
The warrant am whia-h the arret-t Is
made aharges that the prisoner was
concerned in the murders of Lord
Frealeria k a"aveni sh. chief sea retarv.
and Mr. l'.urke. under secretary, in
'hoenix park, adjoining tho vice regal
lo.lge in luiblin. on May 5. 1SS2. and
vltli tho manufaa ture of dynamite
bombs for use in England.
laetecUve Inspector Walsh has ar
rived here frt.m Scotland Yard to con
duct the case. He said that there would
bo some connatclion between Tynan's
rest uml the arra-st of a man namod
Hell Saturday at Glasgow and of J.
Wallace at Jiotterdam.
The Stan Arrcsteal at Clusgow.
Eamdnn. fVpt. 14. Hell, mentioned In
the l;ou'.oi;r.e dispatch to the Associat
ed Press as as arresta'd am Saturday
Glasgow in connection with Tynan's
arrest in l'.oulogne, is charged with be
ing concern.-d in a dynamite outrage.
Hell's ago is about SI. He arrived from
tho rnita-d States a-arly in the week. A
disrati h from Houlogne to Tho Times
says: "'iian was in company with
H.:i in mris and it wns expeofc-d that
both would cross to England, but Ty
nan appears to have hesitated to ven
ture such a hazardous trio. Hell went
England n few davs ago. Tynan
had not suspoeta-d that his identity was
known, and he was artounded at the
entry of the detective aommissarv and
four officers. Tynan had fhaved his
lio ird. Ho so.-mcd to be depressed over
DALY NOT A m XAIIITAKD.
That He Neva-r Wm In Favor of a
I'liliry or Ta:rror.
Dublin. Sept. 14. John Haly. .who
was recently released from Portland
prison after serving several yeRrs on
cajiivietion of coinpiia ity in a dynamite
plot, together with his brother, ar-
rivad at yueenstown, near here, on
Saturday evening. He was met by
John Uedinond. Patriak O'Hrien,
Timothy Harrington and others. In
reply ing to nn address Daly dea lared
that he was not a dynamiter and that
lie never ba-lieved in dynamite to ter
rorize the English government. The
dream of his life, he said, was to fight
f..r Ireland like a soldier and
There was also a demonstration here
in honor a.f Daly by the vmnestv us
sin iutmn. They presented an address
to the released dynamiter, and Dalv In
replying a.-rain repudiated the dyna-
pt.M. y. He said he thought that
Iiishmen were too brave and generous
to a-IviK-ate suih principles.
lie concluded by dea-larine that he
would be identitied with no party or
CORBETT AND HTZ TO FIGHT.
I'raiviala-il Always Tha-yCan rind a Place on
Larth to Meet.
New ot k. Sept. 14. James, J. Cor-
bett and Kobcrt Fitzsimmnns met at
the Harthodli hotel and agreed Verbal
ly to fitht for Jlo.nnO a side and the
larpett jurse that any club in this
country will offer. The fight is to
take place hixty days from the date
of the contest between Cairbe'.t and
Sharkey., provida-d it is brought to a
successful conclusion before Dec. CI,
Should th contest between Corbett
and Sharkey be dei tared off for any
reason t'orbctt binds himself to box
Fitzsimmons on or before the first of
March. 1S!7. Fitzsimmons stipulates
that in case he should conquer Cortv-tt
he will not acaept the Police Gazette
championship belt, which trophy he
does not recognize as being emblematic
of tho championship. Corbett desira?9
to fiiiht for the bolt, and will accert It
la case he should win.
Death of a Veteran of Naitr.
Quinry, Ills., S-pt .14. Major Gener
al James X. Morgan dia?d Saturday.
He was bora in I'.ostun eighty-six
years ago. cast his first vote for An
drew Jackson, and had lwn an aa-tive
Iemocrat ever since. U commanded
a 1-atallion in the Mexican war and
was a division commander under Sher
man in the civil war. He was acting
president of the society of the Army
of the Cumberland and treasurer of the
Illinois Soldiers" home, lie leaves
very large estate.
TERRIBLE DISASTER ON THE RAIL.
Train Loaded with Pauensera
Drops Thirty Feet.
San Francisco, Sept. 14- The Chron
icle's Eureka, Cab. special says: "A
train on the Mad river and Areata road
went through the Mad ljiver bridge
yesterday. Six cars loaded with pas
sengers dropped thirty feet Into the
dry bed of U-.e river. An
nie Ho'.I, Sandy Cameron, 3Iiss
Kirk and an unknown child were killed
and ten others were seriously Injured.
The accident was caused by the giving
way tit a span of the bridge over
which the train was passing. Several
of the Injured will die.
GROSSNER'S GREAT SCHEME.
It Only Nets
Iter SIO licfore It
Iter in Jail.
Nowhurgh, X. Y., Sept 14. Mrs.
Anna Grossner, a Swedish woman of
;i, who has a husband and six chil
dren, was arrested in this city Satur
day nisht on warrant charging her
with using the United States mails un
lawfully. The warrant was obtained
1-y Postoffice InsptH tor McDuryoa, on
compliint of William A. Sili-ott. of
Mount Vernon, O. Mrs. Grossner is
alleged to have advertipa'd in a matri
monial paper that her husband had
died and left her a fortune, but that
the estate was not settled up yet.
She wanted the assistance of a
wealthy gentleman, andj stated that
she would go to his homo for an inta-r-view
if money to pny her fare was
sent her. It is alleged that she ob
tained $40 from Silcott in this manner.
Mrs. Grossnor's husband left here Sat
urday nmrning for Toronto and the
family were to follow. Mrs. Grossner
and her baby are in jail and the other
five children are at the Children's
The Xew York Athletic club easily
pullad off a majority of the honors it
the American Athletic union annual
championship games at Manhattan
Id Saturilay afternoon.'
It is currently ra-portefl in Florida
that a plan is on f.x.t to withdraw Wie
McKinley electors in this state and
give the support aif the Republicans to
t'almer and Hna-kner.
I'.ernardo A mhrosaili. proprietor of the
famous Italian restaurant at lioston.
was assassinated by his clerk, Charles
William Shinall. of .'Jugusta. Ga..
caught h-s clerk .Pr.tty H-.S k. at H;-a k-
tftwn w-l.h " i -u ukin..ll ! !....' -
...... .-iriKail. I.UC1V
shot Tive times and will ilie. Shinall
was killad Instantly with te first shot.
ThomiLS Cullen. a trolIa-jreiairer of
the street railway coini.unv at Cincin
nati, was caugiH l.y a live wive, drawn
Caroline .lames, of V.'oodstuwn. X. J..
75 years old, killtvl herself hv cuuinsr her
throat. She bwnme doianged through
worrying over the present discussion aif
tho financial question.
Hallington Rm.th, of the American Vol-
mnteers, the secession from the Salvation
Armv, is nt Chicago.
Colonel Xorinan Wiard, the wi:ll-known
inventor of g-ins and a-xnert am heaw ord
nance, is dead, aged about "U years.
Omaha has raised a S'ioO.ntKI guarantee
fund for her Trans-Mississippi exposition,
making :il5,o.io appropriated by congress
A boat used for gambling was blown up
with dynamite nt Hiirnside. Kv.
.i com staniiiird Hem. emtio meeting
was lieltt at Hnr Harbor. Me., nt which
President Elliot, of Harvard, and Comp
troller Bowler, of Washington, were the
Gold Democrats of Georgia h.ive called
a convention to organize the Palmer and
liucknt r men.
itephen IJreon, a builder ot Brooklyn.
and H. W. Taylor w.-rb killed, and John
Slnwd fatally injured by the fall of a scaf
fold at New i.irk.
While Bryan was si eakimrnt Ralisbnrv.
Mo.. Satuiday, he called atrontion to two
pickpocke s in the crowd. They tot away.
hut ro.-ippcared at the next place, Hunts
ville, where he spotted them again and
tney were capt ureal.
Julius C. Gottlieb. - years old. of New-
York, died of chronic no.se bleeding.
.Mayor iiruwn s l.tih d:tuchtor nroas.il
the button at the now- a k-ctrio lighting
plant at ILxUford. Ills.. aj that place is
iuw ngi.ieo Mr .yK'aru iamti.
Henry Claiisseniiis. formerly Prussian
and also German consul in i:W.wn ami
rcprcscnlativo of many other Kuroican
priucliuilities. dia;d iu ij-rlin last Thurs-
ay ot typhoid finer, aged Ta veurs.
To Cure a Colal In Una bay
Take laiative Bronio Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
fnoney if it fails to cure. 25 cents.
Boshei.ii. III., Aug. 11. 1S95.
"I am subject to ctatnos and colic.
and have used many remedies, but
hnd roiey 3 Colic cure beats them
all. W. L Yeats."
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen.
A cream of tartar baking powder. Bieheet
of all in leavening strength Loutt L'nUed
Suite Government Food Report.
Bota& Baxae Powom Co, xsw Teas Cm
Improved finish, hondsomc
new designs and prices that
fix the attention of all
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Last week consisted of the
finest line of Iron Beds ever
put in the city. Artistic
Designs in Combination
Cases and Cabinet?, Library
Cases, New Reed Goods, New
Fancy Rockers, New Ollice
Desks, k'ew Carpets aid a
complete line of the cele
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None Offer Like Quali
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324, 326, 328 Brady St,
ready to show you the
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Old age can be attained by the proper use of ib
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