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V01.XLV. EQ.M9. coca ISLAHD, ILL. BATTODAT. JUNE 12, 1SS7. . t ; 1 1 CfSHEROS IS ALIVE Cuban President Not Dead as t . . i ixcponea. AMERICAN DOCTOR SAYS SO. Just Arrived From the Island After Much Hardship. Miscellaneous Late News o the Day. NTnrt in.. 1 1 w auiuUK IOB paiteozert on tha itttmtr VaTannia wm Dr. H. W. Datforth, of Milwau- . n is., wbo tbe past IS months bat bean tha personal physician of the president of tha Cuban republic. Tha doctor ia on a six month leave oi Dseace. He left the island in a 16 fOOt aDOn boat inH mttnr n.k mt ferin and ttiwiun mv.ii i . ... M. P., where he boarded the Valencia. Danforlh contradicts the reported death of President Cisneroi in Feb Harj. lie was with the president as late as April 8, and has a letter aaiea April 29 from the executive. In regard ta tha inmiiii v. of tha Cubans, the doctor laid it was mpossiDie to arrive at a correct esti mate, but there were at least SO.ono well armed men. He is confident of mo ultimate success of the lnsur genti. Tha Traobla at Simla. Simla. Juna 12. Tha Pnni.k I- fantrj regiment has been ordered to a . . 1 1 1 1 aooDi vanev, wnere a British force of 800 in escorting a political officer, Mr. Gee. was recent ly attacked bj an overwhelming """" luaugaivu uy xae notorious fanatical priest. Mullah of rowinoan. several other regiments are moving in tha same direction. uee was tha only officer not injured tie thinks the whole affair was pre meditated. The insurgents spared the life of a native officer who fell Into their hands. QTelegraph wires auej nave oeen cut. Further hostilities are looked far in we near future. WkM apala Will Do, Madrid-,. June 12. Premier Cano vas, in .an interview, ia quoted as paving the .alleged demands of the United States in the case of Dr. Buia must be exaggerated. Tha premier added, however, if the widow de manded indemnity and the claim should be justified. Spain would see that jastioe was done. Canovas fur ther added: "I don't believe Me Klnley has an unfriendly attitude, but Spain will be able to defend her rights." Bhakta at Calcutta. Calcutta. June 12 A smart earth quake was felt here at 6 o'clock this afternoon, whieh lasted several sec onds. Several buildings were csacked, but no serious damage is reported. The most serious damage of the earthquake this afternoon was at Howrak. across the lloogly river, where several buildings collapsed, and some lives jpre lost, and a number of people more or less in jured. No serious damage was done in this city. No Sfinwai, Washington, June 12. The repnb. lican senators in caucus today failed to reach an agreement on the Hawaii an reciprocity treaty and adjourned with the understanding that another eaucua be held tonight or Monday. Tha Waitlf llaak atataaaaat. New Tork. Jane 12. The weekly bank statement shows the reserve Increased 12,280,000. The banks hold 1 17,600,000 in excess of the legal requirements. A Laatfaa Eiaaraloa DUaatar. London, June 12 An excursion was defatted near Welshampton at midnight. Nine persons were killed and 25 wounded. Arealtabaa Jaaaaaa PaaS. New Orleans, La., June 12 Arch bUhop Jannsen died on board the steamer Creole on his way to New York. IP Absolutely Pure. C litwtiS tor Itigrrat Irarrataa stmftk aaS baaitarslaaw. Aararaa tha loot afataat alaai sad all forma at Maltontira f - m totaai BUSINESS IS GROWING BETTER. D B7 That tha btifamaat Is Slaw are sara aaa utauact. New Tor. June 12. R. n tw m. Co.'i weekly review of trade aaya: The Bain in Dusmeaa continues, not without fluctuations, and at the best mnAArat. yet distinct. It Is still In quantities ramer tnan prices, although in some orancaes an advance In orlcea dw- but on the whole the number of hands employed, the volume of new orders, and the amount of work done, are alow ly increasing;. The prospect of good crops of wheat and cotton helps; grow ing1 demand from dealers whose stocks a eraduallv rulnlnr O kVllouuiuUU UC" pletes, also helps; and In the money and exchange market, lam v,,,: " - w4e juumvan securities nas an Influence. nneat iooks well and the best trade authority now ntimii., ..ii - inu j A. S15.000.000 bushels with many state and rmiruau returns to support It. The price recovered 1 1-8 cent after last week's fall of over 4 cent. Neither ntnn wooien mius can expect other than a waiiina: ousinesa wim a rh.nv. f air ' Ft - Impending. Iron furnaces In blast June a rcpunra a, weeaiy output Of 168,380 tons, against 170,528 May 1, and in unsold stocks. exclusive nt tha great steel companies, an In crease of 11.613 tons for the month, to 1.050.252 tons. Yet vhm ... i,i.,. sent one of the large concerns Into the inn run w Duy quickly 50,000 to 60,000 tons of pig. the price rose to $9.90 for Bessemer at Pittsburg, receding after warda to 19.75. with rnv fr hi.i. ' - M'UE. ai Failures fop tha arooV . -- - vwu In the United States, against 246 last year, ana an m i-anaaa against 27 last year. WILL PUNISH THE NATIVES. Bxpeditioa to Avenga an Attack Hade nan ia saaia. , London, June 12. The Bombay mm. spondent of The Daily Mail sava: "A punitive expedition will be fitted out from Rawalpindi. It Is excepted that severe lighting will follow and that an other Chitral will be enacted. Urfortu ratelv the trreat frnnilc, at. William Lockhart. Is now on leave in oermajjy, v.-nile Sir. Power Palmer, the general comandlna tha rtpoioh the Afghan frontier. Is on leave in Eng- lano. a aispatch from Simla, telling of tut? ireacnerous attack r,n a Rritfbh peditlon by the Waalrls of the northern "lu"" iruniier, rays tnat the political aneni. jnr. uee, was sent to fix the site of a new outpost at Sherani and to re cover uie nne imivwni n ir.i men for Dast misrnnrltirt . , ...vo aucr unacK retirea to wards Dattakhel. sustaining a running hbui iur lour miles. As the wazlrts were in such strength it was impossible to do more than art nn Ik. " - UV.CIiSl.. x wo companies of native. Infantry sent from Datta.lr.hal rrinfntwi k ... which brought in Its guns in safety. No' reunn is yet given for this sudden out break, but the srnrrlnnn In th TVM ley will be reinforced pending a decision as to punitive operations." Hot Weather at . Louis. St. LOUIS. June 12. This rttr r.ll yesterday under a temperature which the government's thermometer called 87 dgrefs, but which every wlltort !ti, stands ready to declare was consldera- my noner. ror tne last two weeks the weather has been ahnnrnmiiv rni the sudden chano-e tn a rinwi tn.n ture of over 0 degrees has caused dis- comron. eamuet Bteakey, a laborer, was prostrated bv the )' rhii. ho was working and was taken to the hos pital, ms condition is serious. Three IXtatha by Accident. Toledo. O.. June 12. Teaterrinir . great day for accidental deaths In tu. city. Otto Reidemeister, a plumber, was asphyxiated while at work fixing a gas mam on a crowded street. Fred Hu3l, a tailor, of Swayzee, Ind., dropped dtad in a restaurant, and an unknown man was cut to pieces in the Pennsylvania yards. The Kalaer Seema a Marplot. PAriS. JllflA 19 .A iHflnotnh a fPW. I. l., fcVJ A,,? Bolell from St. Petersbura- aava that Grrmany is trying to secure the reten tion vi me xurxisn garrisons, in Crete, the retrocession nf Thenanlv tn TnHr.v and the abolition of the special privileges accoraea to Creek subjects in the Otto man empire. Too Mnch Keed'of Such Offleera. Washington. . m. ill 31 time in many year th irai... t ... navy has Interposed his veto upon the appnraiion or a Junior officer to leave the naval service Tn ih. . ... ,.n H.UHL uise three of thecadets at Annapolis George eoer. or Araansas; H. L. Collins, of Pennsylvania, and P. t. Trttt a Tilt nois sought to resign. They had com- i-ieia tour years service at the academy the last year being devoted to the en gineering branch, and desired to leave to engage In private business. Secretary Long, however, found that tha corps was sadly in need of officers, ow ing to the rapid depletion of the ranks of the older engineers In late years, and he decided that as these young men had been educated at the expense of thegoy. eminent, they should render service In return. One Thoasaod Campa of Ex-CoaJeda. New Orleans. June l? i ..... General Merman, by rllroftinn . n eral John B. Gordon, commanin tr.i. ed Confederate Veterans, has Issued an uri uuvuin.inK IMP1.VW camps have been registered in the TTnitett ,. Confederate Veteran association, with application ror over 1 00 more. Folnoa la the Ice Cream. Wanlrfirt Xf T. n . . - - - a x w cniy members of the Portnighty dub, a swell Frankfort social organisation, are In a" critical condition, as a result of eating Ice cream. Analysis showed verdigris in large quantities, the freezing being corroded. Well-Kaowai Tarfaoaa Dead. Lexington, Ky., June 12. Byron Mc Clelland, the well-known turfman, died at 8:15 o'clock last night. Economy and strength are com bined in Hood'a Saraapariila. Every bottle contnine 100 doses and will WEYLER'S RESIGNATION AT HAND. Canovas Baa It To Be Accepter! or Xot aa London. June 12. The Madrid corre spondent of The Pall Mall Gazette says: "It is thought that the cabinet aa at present constituted will continue only during the summer sojourn of the court at San Sebastian and that on the queen regent'a return to the capital it will be radically changed. Senor Canovas del Castillo denies the report of the retire ment of Captain General Weyler. but although for the moment be remains at his post there is the best reason for be lieving that his resignation has been received by the premier to be accepted or not aa the latter deems best ac cording to the circumstances , of the moment. "In the meantime Captain General Weyler has sent a telegram to tha premier recommending that municipal electlona be held immediately In Cuba. This may be the nivmnin, nf i.t. ciliatoay measures on his part, but Gap- Ulin ucnenii V evier a Antnpdpnt. am not such as to Inspire confidence among the people of the island with regard to his bona fide direction of liberal re forms, nor Is the present rehabilitated government in a position tn inwn him long at his post In view of the path that will have to be followed for a gen. eral pacification of Cuba. Scores on the Ball Field. Chicago. June 12. Base ball nxuMt made bv League cluba vMinniav At Washington St. Louis 3. Wash ington 6; at Baltimore Cleve land 4. rtnlHmnra. E- m n.l-l Pittsburg 3, Brooklyn 4; at Philadelphia t-mcaso i, c-nuaaeipnia 10; at New Tork Cincinnati ?. New Tn,v . Boston Louisville 4. 'Rnatnn asAon game) Louisville 4, Boston 12. Western League: At Detroit Kansas City 3, Detroit 2; at Columbus St. Paul 9, Columbus 14; at Grand Rapids Mil. wauaee o.urana ttapids 10; at Indianap olis Rain. Western AnqncfaMnn- A a TM.k. Des Moines 4, St. Joseph S; at Burling ton Quincy 8, Burlington 4; at Du buque Cedar RaDlds 8. Duhiimio s. Rockford Peoria 1, Rockford 8. All Qniet la Montaaa, Washlna-ton. Juno io & ninm-nM M celved at the war department from headquarters at St. Paul states that all Is now quiet among the Indians In southern Montana and that it t nr. withdraw the troops sent from Forts euster'and Keogh, which will be done. Bead Cat Off by a Train. ' Oskkosh. Wis.. .Tnneia. Plia,Tnn T7.., a carpenter aged 50 years, residing In mis city, was struck by a Wisconsin Central train Inst anrth af i. limits yesterday morning and Instantly killed. His .head was '.cut 'off and his body mangled in a fearful manner. He Was waJkfnir fllcnir thPtronV an A Ing a train on the Northwestern road wnicn runs parallel to the CentraL Every Articio a t Furniture Bargain EVERY PIECE A GREAT VALUE. SPECIAL LOW PRICES IN - -4 Sideboards & Chiffoniers Solid Oak 6 Drawer Chiffoniers onlj Solid Oak Sideboard! From 7 np. . OUR LINE $4 $7 Of Fancy Rockers, Parlor Goods and Couches 4s the best in the three cities. A We are money savers to Furniture and Car pet buyers. DaTenponi Foniitip & Carpets, S24, 8J, SSS Brady St. DAVENPORT THE LONDON, We Put on Special Sale 200 Fino All Wool Gen's Solte Plaids, Black and Fancy Clays, Cassimeres, eta This lot of suits we purchased at a price which enables us to give yon the best values ever offered. This lot of suits was not made up by "cheap tailors- for "special sales' suits," as a great many are made up cheaply for ' those special occasions, but are all msdt by first-class tiUors, and made to retail from $10 to $15 $7.17 $7.17 THE LONDON. YOU KNOW US. (Largest CLOTHING I House in t'nisl Vicinity. I ..-.r ...... ...... . tiTTIITTII Tin aaaaaao i The .Economy Dry Goods Department. . SHREWD BUYERS DIRECT THEIR FOOTSTEPS TO OUR GREAT DISCOUNT SALE m m Comprehendiog at once the immence savine of money on their necessary purchases in popular and useful Dry Good?. EVERYTHING INCLUDED IN THIS GENUINE DISCOUNT SALE Dress Goods, Silks, Mulls, Organdies, Swisses Dimities, White Goods, Percales," Linings, Cambrics, iVa c Table Linens .Napkins, Towels, Crash, Ginghams, Flannels, Muslins, Prints, f Ticking, Shirting. Underwear, Hosiery, Shirt Waists, Corsets, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Laces, Veilings, Embroidery, Lace Curtains, Portiers and Chenille Curtains, Rain Coats, Jackets, Capes, Jewelry, Silk Thread, Spool Cotton, Notions, Etc., etc, All are hcjuded in this discount sale. Go through our store and look for what you want or may need h the future. Ydu will never buy as cheap again. Remember our stock is new no old goods but a bright new stock of the best brands and Dr akes in the market. Morning's the best time to do your trading. a v 1 v . . m v v y m a ii i . -. Dry 6ci& Dcpartir.sat, 1C09-1311 Ccccr.d Ave., Oppesits llsrpcr llcu:3. ."WiiWjOMWM m ai.aa,lfcaaa.a a , I tola PowoaaCo.. aaYark) iTenga to last a month. ugv ... -1.."" "". " ' ' " M " " w 4 k k k' ' i " 1 r '?'t?V?V! ' ' 1