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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10. 1885. Only Denrtle Daily in toe Kleventh Con greBeional District. X. W. fOTTR,'j, : 1 Buitob m Poauran. ROCK ISLAND DAILY ARGUS, : ROCK TSLAND WEEKLY ARGCS, irrioiAi tutu or iocs isuis city ass ootott Aixni Blck, -" Opp. Post OfBf. '," ' SOBtCmiTTIOIl KATM I DAILY lS""cenU pet week, or 80 cents pet math, dellrereO by carriers to ij part of the city WEEKLY (2,00 per year, postage paid. "Clara Belle" wants to koow what a man won't do when lie's in love. And tlie Yonkers Statesman, whose editor has been there, replies: "Why, Clara, he won't say anything about the other girl he's been in love with." The appointment of Col. Fred Marsh, of Oregon, Ogle county, for United States marshal for the northern district of Illi nois, gives general satisfaction outside of Chicago. Mr. Marsh served with credit in the union ranks during the war, and has always been a steadfast .democrat. He is the present sheriff of Ogle couuty. THE Mahohi'iles are pretending to see great blessings to follow from the dismis sal of all of that statesman a servitors from office. 'Why' said one of Ma hone's closest friends the other day, "of the eighty republican postmasters in Vir ginia removed by the president last week not ten percent, of them could have been relied upon by us to do any work in the canvass of this year. Every man of them would have been noncommittal. Now every one of these men are good for at least a contribution of twenty dollars to our campaign fund." BEITM tit It X01iX ii A correspondent of the New Orleans Ttmet-Ikmoerat, writing from Guatemala, advocates a union of the Central Ameri can states, and says the intelligent inhabs itants all favor it. At present a large I Rail nation of aUfllC V, UN 1 W V.U V. UW0V D.BIVO (,VCO I to maintain their standing armies. The idea is put forward that if the union were effected, "and .the 'Unite J States and Mexico should go security for its main- tenance, no military would be needed la the land." That is to .say, so Central American troops would' be needed. The states would be relieved of this burden j and could . pay their debts. The plaa might,- Indoed, be a comfort to European capitalists who hold Central Americas bonds, but it is not easy to agree with the correspondent when he says: "This is good democratic way of adjusting the af fairs of a people." Self dependence is the first thing for a republic to learn, and un til the Centra American states are able to form a stable union in spite of outside Interference they will hardly do so by dis arming their own troops and relying oa foreign influence to uphold their govern- PARN ELL'S TRIUMPH.! THE VOTES OF HIS FOLLOWERS SEAL GLADSTONE'S DOOM. the British Cabinet Consequence of Defeat la the Com mons A Sensational Story About Geo. Gordon. London, June 10. -Mr. Gladstone and bis colleagues met at noon Tuesday ana re mained in aeaion fully an hour and a quar ter. The session is said to have been a stormy one. During the sittinj it is said that numerous aocusatlons and recriinina-i tionx were indulged in, but it was unani mously agreed that there was no alternative but to resign at once. "This step having been fully resolved upon, the members of the cabinet are said to have individually tendered their resignation to the premier, who will, it Is expected, proceed to Windsor and tender them, together with his own, to her majesty, the queen, be fore another twenty-four hours have passed. The political situation is viewed a very grave at this time, and the news that the cabinet had decided to resign has causal much gloomy feeling in commercial and financial circles-. met. There are certain parts of Central America which arc very invitioir to com-l declined sharply. men ial nations, and it would not be wise r. Gladstone, a few minutes after i Ia- .n. fri,.n,l r.f . P.Mral A morion ri. 'dock Tuesday afternoon, entered the house public to throw temptation in the way of those who might be only too willing to come to stay. Mexico is intensely hostile keeping aloof herself and preventing all foreign protectorates. Sam Lano, an aged Chinaman, when ejected from a Grand Rapids, Mich., sa' loon the other day abruptly turned and broke a capsule containing some vile compound on the face of Allic Love. In less than two minutes the young man was taken violently ill with convulsions and would have died but for the timely inter vention of a stranger, who procured an effective antidote. The physicians who were called in admitted that they could not determine the character of the poison and did not kuow what antidote would have been proper. The composition of the malefic drug is known only to a class of priests in China and Japan. Iu the case here referred to the fumes of tbe broken sac made everybody in the room ill. Tbe modern type of evangelist differs greatly from those who in the beginning went forth without scrip or staff into a hostile world to convert it to Christ and his doctrines. Though poor and illiter- , ate, most of them, they had been taught in the greatest school and by the deepest and sublimest teachers that the world ever knew or ever will know. Con&e quently their preaching and teaching, though full of zeal, were also full of knowledge and of power, while the daily example of their own lives as they moved to and fro among the peoples thut fol lowed false gods was in itself the strong est appeal to a higher life. They were sober earnest men of weighty utterance, wrestling with the intelligence of their bearers as well as with tbe feelings of their hearts. Thus they effected erman .. ent conversions. But the socalled cvau gelist of today is apt to degenerate into a religious mountebank, who seems to think that religion is to be caught in a spasm and the conversion of a man or woman s life wrought by a sudden emotional feel lag. Spasmodic conversions go out in spasms. Clap trap sayings, jumping ejaculations, pious drivel and. religious ribaldry may catch the ear of a gaping crowd for the moment, but they really de grade religion and tend to biing it into contempt. HaUIHCABIHZT CRISIS. The Gladstone cabinet are unable to agree concerning measurers for the coer cion ot Ireland. Mr. Chumberlain and Sir Charles Dilke, it is said, have resolved to resign. They cannot accede to the de mands of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland ' ia the -direction of corecive measures, Mr. Gladstone, as nsual, proposes to com promise, aud begs his colleagues not to , disrupt the cabiuet ia the face AT a gens era! election. Tbe compromise or temp orary makeshift which Mr. Glad Stone, for the sake of peace in his official family, offers is to limit the operation of the Crimes act to one year This legislation by the month or year does not. seem to be the perfection of states tnabship, but then statesmen like poli'J cians must sometimes resort to temporary expedients to keep themselves in power It is believed that not only the Parnell members of Parliament from Ireland, but Irish members from London, Liverpool and other English constituencies, will ' vote on tbe next test for a change of min istry. An organ of Mr. Parnell says that even the English may yet see "that their misgovernment of Ireland is unprofltabli as well as infamous." We on this side of the water are most impressed with the fact that their government has been un successful. Statesmanship does not fail it succeeds. The Irish problem seems far ther from solution today than when Mr Gladstone came into power. We shall not say that Parnell has made Ireland nation, to adopt the not far seeing minisv ter's language with respect to Jefferson Davis, bnt we can say that Irish nation Ality has much better reasons for its exs istence than the confederacy of Davis had. . "Why don't you let the south go? was the question which every English' man asked from 1801 to 1863. ;'Why don't you let Ireland go?" is the question which with stronger reason might now be asked every Englishman. J Hervons Debilitated Kan. You are allowed a free trial of thirty (fays of the use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic Belt with Electric Suspensory Appliances, for the speedy relief and cer- manent cure of Nervous Debility, loss of Vitality and Mannood, and all kindred troubles. Also, for many other diseases. Complete restoration to health, vigor and , manhood guaranteed. Ho risk is incurred, Illustrated pamphlet, with full informs tinn, terms, etc., mailed free by address' log Yoltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich. deod & w of commons. His appearance was tha t of a firm man. nerfoctlv undisturbel. He at once proceeded to the speaker's desk and entered into conversation with Mr. Peel. Durine the conversa- to the proposed union, and the United I Hon the premier was evidently ia States can best aid her neighbors by bright spirits, and he was loudly cheered by he seated himself in his usual place his very elf-possession seemed to ml his admirers with enthusiasm, and the chamber was fairly rent with cheer after cheer, and the ap plause rapidly became an ovation. At last Mr. Gladstone arose in deference to the greeting. He said the cabinet, tn as sembling Tuesday, thought tbey were under obligations to submit a dutiful communica tion to the queen cheers. It would be pre mature on his part to enter into particulars ooncernin the nature of that comruunioa tion Just now. He would say, however, that as on former occasions, a few days must elapse before the result of that couimuntca tion could be arrived at so as to be made known to the house. During the interval, Hr. Gladstone concluded, tbe house would fol low its usual custom in refraining from tha transaction of its ordinary business, and he would move that the house, on rising, do adjourn until Friday. The motion was car ried and tbe bouse adjourned. A similar motion was made in the house of lords by Earl Granville, secretary of state for foreign affairs, and adopted. THE CONSERVATIVES. Ktw York, June 10. A London special to Tbe Evening Post, dated June 9, says: "Mr. Gladstone goes to-night to Balmoral to place his resignation in the queen a bands. I now believe that the Conservatives will take office. The prominent members are now urging the leaders to do so. The earl of Salisbury has been in confer ence with Sir Stafford Northcote. It is ex pected that tbe surviving members of tbe last Disraeli cabinet will hold a meeting and consider the situation and tuelr own re sponsibility in tbe premises. THE DEFEAT IN THE HOl'SE. The attempt to increase the duties on spirits and beer resulted in a vote against tse government Monday night, and the re sult ni the absorbing topic everywhere Tuesday. When the budget came up Mon day evening the Conservatives made fierce onslaught on the project. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach and Sir Stafford Northcote led tha opposition. The premier delivered a powerful speech in support of tbe budget When the vote was announced 264 against and S.il for the government Mr. Gladstone, who seemed to be confident that be would be sustained, was undoubt edly surprised and apparently overcome for a moment It was some time be fore the exaitement into which the house was thrown by tbe vote subsided enough to permit the premier to move tbe adjournment of tbe debate, which he did in a firm voice. Tbe Irish members voted solidly with tbe opposition and were very boisterous in their expressions of joy at " tbe re sult Gladstone had announced in his speech in favor of the budget that be would acoept the issue of the vote as one ot Ufa or death, and consequently it was expected that tbe ministry would resign. The morning papers, however, were al most unanimous in holding to the opinion that tbe ministry would not go out "We anno believe." says Tbe Tory Standard, that the ministers will leave office. They have received a mortal stroke, but they man, whether they like it or not, agree to linger on until the general election. Then very blunders render them indupensable. Everything is unfinished and hangs in sus pense. What cabinet can succeed) If tbe Court Callings. CIVIL CAUSES. June 5 Dismissed: R. T. McNeal ? H. H. Barker, trespass; R. T. McNeal V 11. H. Barker, replevin; Disaway South v E. A. South, trespass: E. A. South v Disaway South, et al., eiectiuent; Wm Jay vine v W. C. Freeland, appeal be de fendant (appeal allowed on film? bond, etc.) TN CHANCERY. June a Divorce: kllen hnckson v Eric Erickson, motion for alimony pen dente lite; G. A. Colbert v Ida S. Colbert, defendant ruled to answer supplemental bill by tomorrow morning: Jane Burrill v bdwsrd Burrill, decree of divorce grant" Sarah L. Kider v C. II. Kider, default and set for hearing. Foreclosure H. L. Bullen v J. II. Pehrs, et al., report of sale approved and execution lor balance; t. A. south v Disaway South, et al., finding for com plainant; Hugh Halston v Henry Full), et al., report filed, hearing and decree of foreclosure and sale. Partition: C. N. Searl v Aveny P. Searl, partition ordered and commission ers appointed. Bill and Injunction: Frey Bros, v J, M. Reticker, injunction granted injunc tion granted on tiling 7.0UObond; 11. U, Blackmore t J. - H. Wilson, et al., leave to Chicago Varnish Co. to file petition, motion to strike petition from the files. Divorce Cornelias Bresnahan vs Mary isresnaban, decree for complainant George A. Colbert vs Ida S. Colbert, de cree; Sarah L. Ryder v Chailes H. iliiler, decree and custody of children. Foreclosure 1). 1'. Johnson vs h. r, Essex et al. Continued. In re petition of George Mixter for trustee under will of Jason Mixter, Cor rjolius Lvmle appointed trustee under 330,000 bonds, with P. L. Mitchell and Phil Mitchell as sureties. CRIMINAL. June 5 Larceny John Malonev, plea of guilty, judgment, one year in the pen itentiary at Joliet. It would be easy to -fill an entire paper with the testimonials which have been given by physicians, clergymen and other educated persons in favor of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. This Powder has been in the maiket for years, and every professional man who has used it in his family will certify to its being whole' some. otes. and not a blanked one of them would be east for the blanketv-blank admin istra-1 tion aarain. s I The Republicans here tteoerauy believe that Capt Marsh's appointment as United State niarulial was tbe result of Gen. Lo gan's private interview with the president in tbe White House Monday afternoon. Capt Marsh was a soldier under Gen. Logan during tbe war. Tbe selection Is credited bv some to Rep resentative Morrison. The latter was inter viewed by your correspondent He said: I "I am not going to deny that my letter did the work. I don't know, but 1 suppose it did. upon Ueo. u. - 1H34. l wrote the president a letter, recommend ing Marsh generally, and without reference to, or thought of, the marabalship. nis (election results from tne terriDie con test wnged by the Chicago candidates. I suppose tne president saw lie couia not taxe any of these Chicago men, and in looking over tne wes saw mv letter lor uarsn, ana appointed turn, lie is a good man." ere! H. Mar-h is a resident of Oregon, Ills., and at present holds tbe office ot sheriff ol Ule county. He has a good record as a Union soldier. He served on the state Dem ocratic committee in the Hayes-Tilden cam paign, and was twice elected to the state senate. ' Another Washington telegram says the president made the following other appoint ments Tueiiday: To be marshal of tie Unite 1 States: Honry C. Urner tor the southern district of Ohio. To be Collector ot custom), John P Robinson, for the district of Alexandria, Va. To be collectors of internal revenue- Isban Hess, for the Fourteenth district of New York; Alfred C Parkinson, for the Second district of Wisconsin. To be sur vey. r of customs John II P. Voorhees, for the port ot Denver, Colo. ; Addison Cole, for the port ot Albany, f. Y . IMdian agents Dolores Romero, of New Mexico, as agent at ruublo, Is. M., and William A Walker, ot Wisconsin, at Green Bay agency, in isconsin. Receiver!! of land o'llee,: p. K. Wiser at Tracy, Minn.; O. C. Hal-, I Crosse, Wis.; James Hill. .Beatrice, Neb. : Abram HalL Milburn City, M. T. ; W. R. Etgar, Ironton, Mo. ; Hugh C. Wallace, Salt Lake, Utah. George W. Warner, register land office, Tracy, Minn. The president also appointed ex-Mayor Fox, ot Philadelphia, superintendent ot the mint at tht city. Henry C. Urner, who suoceeds Lot Wright as United States marshal for the southern district of Ohio, Is a lawyer by profession, and a resident of Cincinnati, lie was formerly president of tbe chamber ot com merce, and is at present president or tbe National Marine Insurance company, llayard at Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan., June 10. Lawrence was in holijay attire Monday, and tbe streets were swarming with people from all parts of Kansas and surrounding states, attraoted bore by tbe visit of Secretary Bayard. Tbe secretary arrived on Sunday night, and was tbe guest of ex-Mayor U. D. Bowersock. Sunday be was shown over the city and re ceived calls from great numbers of prom inent citizen. In the evening be delivered the annual address before the literary SO' cieties of the Stnto university, the subject being "Individuality. After the ad dress a grand banquet was tendered him by the citizens of Lawrence. The hotels were filled with visitors, including the officials of tbe state. Mr. Bayard s ad dress was delivered in the chai et, which seats 2,50'J persons, and was crowded to suf focation, many persons being gathered about the building outside. Senator Plumb intro luced the distinguished guest, who spoke for one hour. THREE OF A;KIND. TRIO OF BAD" KENTUCKIANS LOADED WITH LEAD. Result of Vicious Shooting- In a Quadri lateral I'npleasantaess A Double Lynching in Texas Cattle Thieves Altltudinous. ; Livingston, Ky., June 10. A thrilling and blood-curdling trairedv occurred at Berea, Ky., Monday. The trouble was be tween William Harris and Mitchell Preston, James Johnston and John T. Disney. Harris and Johnston were both instantly killed. and Preston received wounds that will probably prove fatal The origin of the difficulty, it seems, was that Johnston and Harris were both i-ellini whisky con trary to tbe local option law, Harris acting as a general agent on the sly of tome illicit distillery in Kentucky, and, through some misunderstanding t etween the two, tbey were unable to mako a settlement between themselves, and by a mutual agreement got tne matter taken before the judge at Rich mond. Preston was a witness in behalf of Harris, aud Johnston in his own behalf. The tettinibiiy of the two did not corroborate by far, 1 reston becoming very badly entangled by the attorneys of Johnston. The suit was decided in favor of the latter. After the trial Johnston came home. Har ris and Preston also returned to Berea and drank beavily until Sunday niorniug, when iney went to the liou-e of Johnston aud called for him, but he was not at home. Mrs. Johnston communicated the fact to her husband that he was beiug searched for by his two enemies with murderous intent, so he did not return home. Harris and Pres ton continued to watch the house for him all day. Mrs. Johuston wont to a railroad tunnsl, where Johnston was concealed, and pleaded with him not to re turn' to the bouse, saying the men would murder him, but he persisted on coiner. leaving his wife. When about half way be tween the tunnel and the house be met Har ris and Preston. Harris at once asked him what be meant by swearing those lies Satur day. Johnston told him he swore nothing more or less than the truth. At this decla ration Harris drew his revolver, but John ston, being too quick for bim drew his and fired at him, the shot taking effect Just behind the left ear, killing bim instantly, in the meantime I'reston com menced to fire at Johnston, one shot strik ing him centrally in the forehead, penetrat ing the brain killing him almost instantly. John T. Disney, who was near Johnston at the time tbe fatal shot was fired by Preston. nred several snots at I'reston, one of which took effect in Preston's thigh. Tbe parties were considered lawless and desperate men. "Stiff KlDNfY-&-v 3. from ' Lots of People Say, "OH MY back:- Here Is Solid A 1 TESTIMONY Hard Working Men. TO MOM CBlCioo. a I Eiureis Mali . ' 1MB. Ftttt CnJ. '. HI. rsv. and rhi,. IP. -m m. Bureau Accommns.tiA" m Machinist and Batlder. lI have been troubled yeara with kidney and bladder difficulty. After using four bottles of IIl-nt's Kidney and Liver Remedy I have been completely cured." William C. Clark, Mason and Builder, Auburn, N.T. "Health Is better than wcalih.'" Machinist. Mr. ncorce Kare. Machinist, 1138 Uidee Ave., Philadelphia, Pa., eays : "My disease started when i was Aiiue it voun? b i Df naviui- i,h kiuuctb. 1 have used iiist six bottles of Hunt's Kidney and I.iver) liEMKnv, and I eolemuly proclaim, 'I fee like a new man.'" "Good counsel has no price, obey it" Mechanic. Mr. Henry Williams, Mechanic, Kast Bridge port. Conn., says: "About two months sgo 1 caught a heavy cold, which settled in my kidneys. I got a bottle of Hunt's Kidney and Liver Kimkdt and with the first dose began to get well." "Light suppers makes long lives." ' Railroad Han. Prank H. Lee. office N. T. C. & TT. R. R. Little Falls, N. Y., June S, 1HS3, says: "My father, 01 years old, had severe kidney and bladder disease for years, urination causing acute pain. The weakness was so great be was obliged to wesr a rubber bae. Twelve bottles of Hunt's Kidney ItEMEnv corapli'tely cured him, and we consider it remarKaoie. we coeenuuj recoiuiueuu ,u "Deeds are better than words." Hrmr's FKidncv and Liverl Renkdt has stood the test of time. Ithaabecu beforetbe public for twenty years, and has cured every year moiisands of people suffering from various diseases of the Kidneys and Liver, and kindred disorders, who had failed to pet relief from doctors and who expected never lO ue Cnreu. I lliHUgaiius ui iri-inmininiB from such persons attest Its value, bend for book. "Alls well that ends well." Bold by all druggists. Price $1.25. HUNTS REMEDY CO., Providence, R. I. C. H. ClllTTtllTOJI, General Afrent, n. T. . -"""cago Mail,...!!;!;,' "- TO 1ND PHOH ... ' '.'"J" .a.1"1 Bio iv.vprees ; :,, " . to and ran., coii. I l.-v,.,- nLl llniilir Kl " ' i!ln Kpreeu,....'.".',' TO AKU FHOM PnsKenirer Fssi Express, .'. '.'." . KIMBALL, Kill Two More Mills Sign the Scale. PrrrsBURa, June 10. A great deal of quiet satisfaction prevails at the Amal gamated association headquarters, caused by the receipt ot two more scales, duly signed. One oomea from the Standard Iron and Nail works of Clifton, W. Va.; the other from the Reeves Iron company, of Canal Dover, Ohio. Each firm employs about 500 men. The surrender of these two firms greatly increases the confidence of the strikers that the contest is rapidly Bearing an end. The local statu ot the strike seems to be taking a more favorable turn for tbe workmen. The Etna and Sligo mills are both closed, and no non-union men are now known to be at work. Cattle Thieves Come nigh. Bondam, Tex., June 10. Sam and Eli Dyer, two of the greatest rogues in Texas leaders of a gang of cattle thieve, and tbe murderers of Sheriff Ragdalo and Deputy snentr Hucnanan, were lynched early Mon- aay morning. ine jailer was called t the dour by a centle tapping, and found 100 masked men waiting, who grablied bim and per suaded him with stx-suooters to give up tbe keys. Then they found the Dyer brothers and hung them to the nearest tree. Sam Dyer begged piteou-ly for bis life, pleading guilty to tbe murder with which ha and his brothers were charged. They wore couple of cattle thieves, and May 10 last murdered Sheriff Kagsdale and his deputy, liucbanan, who were in pursuit of them. There are in England 18? ragged schools which are attended by 50,utK)cbil drcn. restores color, removes dandruff.' Whv She Sidut Barry Him Yes, I live pleasantly enough withmy husband," she said, "but 1 believe I should have married Augustus, if all the girls hadn't made fun of bim, and said bed he haul as a numnkin in a vear or two. 1 oung men, take warning, and use I Conservauvei ar to rule they must have a Parker's Hair Balsam. Cleanses tbe scalii. majority, for which they must lo w - uia uuwnifrueauieH. An elec tion new is impossible. The government cannot retrieve their loss, but can, at any rate, prove themselves conscious of their duties to the country by struggling manfully m their painful position. Party life must remain in suspense until after the ieotion." The Times expressed tike sent! ments. Tbe conservatives are not eager to accept office. They have succeeded in dis crediting the ministry, but tbey asem to pre fer to continue by sufferance until the new parliament is elected. IRISH COMMENT. Dublin, June 10. Tha Freeman's Jour nal, in commenting upon tne defeat of the government in the house of commons. says that it was due to tha refusal of tbe Parnellites to support a gov ernment waicn contemplated tbe re- enactment of obnoxious laws for the government of Ireland. The article iarl Npeucer must Tbe outlet of the Great Salt lake, of Utah, so long a subject of investigation, isreported to have been discovered. ADTICX TO M0THIK1. Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so, send at once and get a bettle of Mrs. Winslow s Soothing Syrup for children tectums. Its value is incalculable. It will relieve the poor little sufferer irn mediately. Depend upon it mothers. there is no mistake about it. . it cures dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom ach and bowels, cures wind colic, soft ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and gives tone and energy to the whole sys tem. Mrs. Winslows soothing r-yrup for Children Teething is pleasant to the taste, and la the prescription of one of the oldest and best female nurses-and phy sicians in tbe United States, and is for sale by all druggists throughout the world. Price 25 cents per bottle. fab-28-m-w-s m 1-y conoludes as follows: now quit Ireland, leaving behind him the memory of an administration pre-eminently notable for cold-blooded brutality and calcu lating injustice. He may receive a duke dom for bis tyrannical misgovernment, but it was bis band that destroyed the greatest government England has had in a century. WHERE IS GENERAL GORDON T It is said that 55 ner cent of all rtersons dying in Paris are buried at public ex- r"""""1 story That h. Escape Alive pense AH AHBWEK WASTED. Can any one bring us a case of Kidney or Liver Complaint that the Eletric Bitters will not speedily cure? We say that they can not, as thousands of cases already per manently cured and and who are daily re commending Electric Bitters, will prove. Blight's Disease, Diabetes, week Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured; they purify the blood, regulate tbe bowels, and act directly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50c. a bot tle by Hartz & Bahnsen. Eighteen of the principal provincial from Kbartoam. Lomdon, Juue 10. Something of a sensa- tion has been caused here by the receipt of a dispatch from Cairo, stating that a Coptic merchant, whose reputation for truth fulness and honesty can not be ques tioned, has just arrived there from Khartoum bringing the startling news that after the rebels had forced an entrance into that oity, and after the mas sacre of the Inhabitants ot the place, the Kbdi demanded his followers to pro duce the head Jot Gen. Gordon. Some of the M&hdfs leaders produced tha head of a man whom the merchant says he recogniod as that of M. Hanzale, the late Austrian vice consul at Khartoum. He as- towns of England show a higher death serto most positively that no trace of Gordon rate than London. . I eouid be round and that be viewed tbe remains of several European Jsnemiai oeaaytOBtriK. I victims of th massacre. He personally ex Every family Is constantly in danger amined tbe clothing of the bodies when from imnure water, nnrine fruit, nnwhole- favorable opportunity offered, and some food, contagions diseases, cramps, cholera morbus, coughs and colds, indi gestion and simple fevers. In such cases a bottle of Parker's Tonic kept in the bouse renders it unnecessary to call a physician. Nothing so good for children. Yale professors own over 3G0,000 worth of real estate in New Haven. failed , to find any documents or evidence of any kind to satify him that any of the bodies was the remains of the la mented Gordon. He further avers most sol emnly that it is his belief that Gordon had made good his escape south, FOR THIS RELIEF MUCH THANKS. Buck! en's Arnica Salve. The greatest medical wonder of the world following Washington City special: A Hatter That Has Caused Great Worry ' Settled. Chicago, June 10. The Journal has the Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rheum, jever sores, can oers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chap pea bands, and all skin eruptions, guaran teed to cure in every instance, or money refunded. 25 cents per box For sale by Hartz it: Kahnsen Mr. Frederick H. Harsh, of Ozle county, Illinnis, bae been appointed United States marshal for tbe northern district of Illinois. All the Democratic politician here are hop ping mad. Tbe Chicago . politicians hers exhauit all their vocabulary of profanity in objecting to the selection. One of them swore, with Wanted a Corner oa "lie" Land. Bellaire, Ohio., June 10. It leaked out Monday, through the filing of nearly 100 land leases at tit. Clairsville, that a big oil strike was made at the Armstrong mills gas well, ton miles south of this oity, about week ago. The well ia said to have flowed heavily, bnt was at once plugged up, tbe derrick house boarded up, and the place to all appear anoes abandoned. The proprie tors, swearing their employes to secrecy, at once began to lease land right and left, and the filing of these documents gave the thing away. The Bethel well is also reported to be in the sand and Sowing. There is great excitement in the neighborhood and another oil craze may be looked for. Over-Study Results In Suicide. New YoaK, June 10. Walter C Whipple, a son ot Adjt. Geu. William D. Whipple, of Uen. Hanoook's staff, committed suicide Monday evening at ;S05 Eist Twenty-third street, where he occupied a room, by shoot ing himself in the loft breast. The deceased was a medical-student at tbe university of New York, and was to have taken his de grees this month. He was iU years of age. and the cause of the act is attributed to re ligious mania, brought on by over-study. The Fire Record. Canton, Oiiio, June 10. Tne Cantm Paper works burned Tuesday morning; everything destroyed, including much val uable machinery. Loss $5il,iW0; insurance $a),750. Pboviuence, It L, June 10. At 3 o'clock Monday morning a flro broke out in tbe buildings ut the Rumford Chemical works. Iu an hour four large structures were en tirely c usuued. Loss $00,000. Splitting null-son a Tax Juesllon. Washington Citv, June 10. Comptroller Dunham has just rendered an liniiorUut de cision as to whether a debt due to the state ot Mississippi by the government shall lie paid, or applied as a credit against direct taxes certiuej as due from that state by a former comptroller. The comptroller holds that the direct taxes were asse-sed against the citizens of the state, aa 1 hence are not an indebtedness of the state in its corporate capacity; but that the certificate of former comptroller is binding upon a successor and subject to revision only by congress or the courts. He decides, therefore, to withhold final action upon tbe matter, until the attention of congress can be called to the same. The principle in volved iu this case affects a good many of the state", and a very considerable amount is uivolveX KeluarkaMe Case la Surgery. Chicago, June 10. Monday, by a surgi- i al operation, which was participated in by Ssurgeons J. rt. Meratrick, Milton Jay. and A. L. Clark, Mrs, L. J. Putnam was relieved of a perfectly formed child, which was inrhissl in sac. The patient is said to have been carrying the child for over ten vears, and celebrated puysioions all over the country have been con.ulted, and have declared that she w-: sufferinz from a tumor. This it likely to prove a case celobre, although in tbe authorities there is related a case when a child remaiuod in its mother's womb foi ttirty-iive years, enca al as in the lote-t in stance in a tough sac. Typhoid Fever. I am sixty-fcven yean, old, ami have lived in )hi . Hall) count v all mv life. Vl to twenrv- cight yean apt 1 was reeartlt'tl as tlie flroiiuent 111 nil ill I lie iiriiUMii m". uic hiubi nimin in health. In November, 185ii, 1 had a long and rH'riotiH fiK'll of typhoid fever. It left me emacia ted and a crimde in mv ritrht lee. At times that limb wai swollen an enormouf iize beintr twice ae lartre an iu natural eondi.ion,and iutitmed and anry in appearance, ironimy knee down final, wired came, and at ve an Kit- a miye ulcer mine, which dine harmed pmt-onnua matter. My whole pyrtem became lufecteu. 1 he doctor would natch me up tor awhile, nut the ulcere would never heal. The merenry and potash with which they doed me hronht on rheumatism and dyspepsia. J wan an object of pity to ail my friendf. Some thought that the only hope to pave life was amputation. 1 continued to jjrow worce. and for three years i have not worn a thoe. Hope had almost left me. swift's Sncciitc was ne- peeted, and I commenced it nue at once. From the verv first I began to feel better. I have taken ihtrtT-eix battled, and the shadows w hich had darkened mv life for twenty-slight years have ail been dissipated. T he effect of the medicine has been wonderful Indeed. To-day I am able to at tend to all my farming interests, and walk from one to live miles per aay. l am eansueu mat ine disease i entirely broken up, and henceforth I am to be free from those terrible apprehensions and sutUTins; which formerly made my nic ruser able. wiu s ispeeiiir has done more ior me it one year than all the drutr store medicine pre scribed bv physicians did ia twenty eight yean. and! most cheerfully bcacJhi testimony of its merits. Vt X H. HEED. Hall County, (.a., Feb. 2S. ISS5. From tha Dissecting Boom. llsvmu taken Swift's Specific for blood poison contracted at a medical college at a dissection. while I was a medical studenU lam grateful to sat mat it fave me a speeay ana inoropn core after my parents had spent hundreds of dollars for treatment. My arm was swollen to twice its natural size, and as nothing helped me I was de spairing of ever beintr cured. But hearint? of the S. S. S., I bonpht a bottle little thinking 1 would derive anv Iteuetlt from it. 1 began making it recu- larlv, and' soon the swelling liegan to po down and tbe arm ceased to pain me. I continued its use, am! after taking eiaht Iwttlea was thoroughly cured. ArarsTt'a knkel, ewark, . J Send for Ixmk on Blood and Skin diseases. It ie mailed free. Thk Swift Specific Co.. Drawer 3. Atlanta, tia. aGKESTb PAINS! The lnrk and the States luan. Cincinn ati, June 10 An Enquirer Wash ington t-ity !i4K-ml has the following: ibe following is a copy of an applica tion recently r-.vivl from a local ottioe- seeiter: Hon. L. O. C. Lamar Iear Sir: In trr- ing r,xperini-iKs i naoej A liucit under tsjuut an-l worke.1 tbe rump vigrxously naii an nour. tirop ot tne r luu en- tereJ rneu-HtAil His Featheri-y Armar. I Next, wroto A I'olitician wuoCoulJ Help me ki a rojiuoii iy a wor.l or the tscracu of a Pen the Puck and the Politician are Im- previou-i. in L-oniideriiiir my Application For Employment I Hone you will Not He a "I ache all over!" What a common ex pression; and how much it rriearis to rriany a poor sufferer! These aches h,ave ! Muse, and rriore frequently tharisgener. .viij suspected, the cause is th,e Liver or Kidneys. No disease is more painful pr sotiousthari th,ese, aqd no rerrjedy is so it,m,pt an,d effective as HSHLER'S 5 ITTER! i Compliment to an Am mean. Niw York, June 10. Tbe British govorn- nioct baa paid a high compliment to an American engineer by naming Mr. Evans, C. fc., of this oity, as one of a board of en gineers to report upon plans furnished for tbe construction of a railway bridge 8,0ik' feet Ions" across the Iiawkeshury river, in New South WaliMi. The engineering dimculties to be overcome in buill ing the bridge are great, and the foundation for tbe piers will have to be stink deeper than those of any bridge ever before constructed. Many American en gineer have submitted plana Mr. Evans is the first American engineer ever named on a British government commission. He ha had large experience in railroad and other engineering work, especially in South and central Amerioa and Mexico. I'olntine Out "Offensive Partisans. Washington City, June 10. Tbe counsel of the Civil Service le"gu, with headquar ter in New York, has written to the iiost- uia-ter general giving the names of certain clerks in postomcra and curtain postmasters throughout tbs country and a-king for their removal on the ground that they have vio lated the civil service law in liassing around in the postoflic papers soliciting contribu tions for campaign purpose. Each case U accompanied by affidavits, setting forth the facts, lbe postmaster geneial has the mat ter under advisement Tbe Growing Cotton Look Well, iNtw Orleans, June 10. The monthly report ot tne national Uotton exchange, concerning tne growing , eoctoa crop, say that tue season may be charactaniad. things considered, a the best for several yean. East of th Mississippi the condition is as good, or better, than last year; west ot it the situation " is decidedly more favorable, while in the Mississippi bottoms there is a marked advantage in every respect. It is too early to estimate the yield. Acreage has been largely in creased and may be stated as lot taking last year's as 100. Tbe increase amounts to 636,000 acres, i . The Ft Threatening an Outbreak. Denver, June 10. The southern Utei have left their reservation In great numbers and are threatening to prevent stockman in Ua Plata county from rounding up cattle on tne ranges, in Indians are moving west ward and there is great danger to life and property of settlers. Unless troops are sent ii-otn tort lwis mere is likely to be a' terri ble massacre. to remedy has yet beei discovered is so effective in all KIDNEY AMD LIVER COMPLAINTS, MALARIA, DYSPEP SIA, etc., an,d yet it is simple and h,arn iess. Scier)CJ arjd rriedical skill have combined with wonderful success tose fjerbs which, nature Ijas provided for th,e cuie of disease. It strengthens arid in- tigorates tf)a whole system. Hon. Thsddf us Stevens, tha distinB-uifihed Con. KrewuiaD. out-) wrote to a follow member who w sufleriuir froi imlitn-sttoti and kulney disease " fry Mishle. s Herb hitter., I U-lieve it will cure yon. I have jseditiorbothmdumtionsiidancc. tion of the. kntueys, ami it is the most wonderful rouiMu&bon ol wedM-inal herbs I ever Raw." MISHLEB HEHB BITTEB8 CO., S25 Commerce 8t., Philadelphia. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup Never Fails For Thurman for Governor. Coshocton, Ohio, June 10. The Demo cratic county convention was held Monday, tea tn aeiegaces selected to the state con vention are for Allen O. Thurman for gov srnor. McDermott, John K. McLean's man for delegate was defeated by Col J. il Williams. Think He Ha Found Great Seott. Montreal, June 10. Detective Fabry obtained a warrant for tbe arrest of Soott, tbe New York defaulting teller. He bliv be baa a clew to Bcott's whereabouts, and bas sent one of his men with a Pinkwtou man, with tne Warrant to Prescott, OnU, bear whioh place a man answering Bcott's description is staytn; at a farm bouse. A CARD. To all who are Buffering from tbe errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &e., 1 will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in (South America. rnd a self addressed envelope to the Rev. JosErn T. Inmaw, Station D, New York Citv HARRIS' A Radical Cure for HXRVOTJS DEBILITY Orpnic Weakness, PHYSICAL DECAY. InYountt A Middle Aged Men Tcsted for ovcr8rx Years bvueeinmanv Thousand Oses. l?wce PACKAGE. TBJSATMEXT. One Montb, - aa.ooi Two Months. - e.ooi Tares Months, 7.001 c r m f s f m HERVOUSDEBILITY DtcTA&d nomeroui ouwareaitPiMtii. har. ti ins tha nkillad ithT. Hicianit. raw It fmn youiJiiui lDdiHcretion. loo freeinduiimncii. (tr over brain work. Avoid (lie impoiiucn ot pro ten iU'iu ntuediefl fur th.-te trouble.. Gtt our Fre Oireulir and Trial Psck e ire, ami learn Important Itulu UTore taking treat nxitt elwwhr. Take ft Nltitt: KF-MFiiYttiatiua CmiKD thotoatidt, diei uot iiitrrfire wilh aiU n tk)n to butinPM, or cua Pin or iiMXnrmtfice in iny way. Founded oa ccicntitic nwdlcat pritv, plej. ty diroctnnplicitwii :o the teat otdiaeflw iu Twific infiueac? ia fell wiuloui wiay. me nat ural function of thr hu man orfaLniam la mtortd. I The animating elrmmt )f lile, which hare beea waatcd sit riwn back .and t he rat icn i Iwcomea chwr i ui ana raptaiymina otfi in-nia tuMi sexual woe HARRIS REMEDY CO.. M'fcChcmisti outH . xentn Bt Hi. LOUIS, MO, Rll OTOREO PERSONS! Not a Truss. P T Ak for tormsof o-ir Appliance. VVJbJ Gmi FHB TUIIl, pl-9-dw1y railRoai7tjStari? in-iun u.u,.,rrr- ni,lih, !i"T,,1JPK11-fjA(,, . 4:I V- m. '"it, M 5:15 :(S 1" P. a, P. a p m Ala. 5 mi . 8::i 7 P. m. INNH,,. , IU. 1 1 Stem i -0 p.. 111:55,, I Sup I. P. ll !.. It ... ' s-m llr-ll T . 1 . . . . ' cook, Ag,.,,,, i :, v, CHICAOO, lll Rl.IX(i 0Sl Kin ( Ms p., 3::,,, J J-1.. Louis Etii l:.vt in-rllm; r-ssMiiwr...." ;. " slrrluii! ArcommoUatloi, n :m,' St. Louis Kast Ki... m ' 11 11 MA, k. A, 'HICAliO, MILWAUKEE A ST. ...... ,nA4, :i.rim Airiv. 11 :lfi f m A Acrom. t m p n, ., .. w Acconi v.vt s in lV'gDutch'n6:45ni K. 1). W IU II, M Ei. 6 in bll JOCK (SHORTFST Ksst Express . il anil Ki AcroninuMiaiion,. ay rrelpht.. ISI.AM4 1'E0HIA KAIL. RTFST H'TTOTHAT1N ,,.;"' I.RAV 1 1.S4VI. S:45 4. . . .l::m r. . T;ir,r. . ..e:lU. lt.f, 2' Ill,,, Hi-pot Twt ntinii nr,.',.t K0CK ISLAND MERCEH CO., ili V K WH'!.i 0:10 a a. 4cc4)Qimodtitioii 4:ii p M TUE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE t SL PAUL RAILWAY COMPANY. It owns and operates n. nrU oiifhly equipped road in lllil.o minuisoia and llakola. '.out milp. f i,u, Miw.ni.iii, u, It is tlic Sliort Line and Best Uuul. k,. tween all inncipal points in $hni west and I'ar West. For num. time tslilra rt... ..(... freicbl. fio .apulvtoltie J....-','- of the Chicago, Milwaukee A m. paui w,?, '.'LI many railroail apenl anjuh.n- i,, i " " Slates or Canada. 1 R. MILLER, Oeneral Manager, , r. TncKKii, Ass't 'len'l Manager. k. V. H.I AliPENTEK. tiell. t Tkl 1,1 iKU. ll.llEAl-K.iKi,, Ass'l Of n. IV,. Mll.WAVRIF. i-iONsl.V. tfiKor notices in refen-uee in si, i.i , sions. clianes of lime, smiollier itenisol li ierr-; iu connection un ine I liirasr.., Miiwattkrt M Haul Kailwav. hIi-hm- r,.f..r t,, ii,u ..j, ,,. .i this paper. HA1L.WA.Y. SHOKTKHT BOUTS TiT;iK EAST AND SOUTH Trains leave Ktx k ielaiid 4,(X)ft. m. Way Freight. S.45 Fast Expn I p. to. Mail and Kxprf-r 6.&0 t4 TbruugU Frt'i'bt aud ArrommoiliUi Trains arrive a! Hock Island: 2.: a. m. Through Froitrht aiul Ari-fimmoimutt 12.45 p. ra. Mail and kspn- 5.10 " Fast Kxprerm. 4-tn) Way Freight. Tbe Fast Kxphkmh, U-avini; Hock Ulund atM .. m. arrives at 1'etiria li.Ai i. m.. at MTiLrff"; 1.5 p. m, at Decatur 4.00p. m., Jackw)ti.ille u . m., a iron ..yet p.m., m. lohi? . m . aii erre llaute 11.55 u. m.. The axx Imv. WaH iir Lliis the Hkst ami ivu kkt mutt to aili -ttoutheast. Tbe I.: d. m. trin mskes cl'e toiiiie'lHL ' Qaiva witb C. It. Jfe for jhilI( wt-M; arnv:B: Qalriburj; at 4.C5 p. ui., al llurliitftou ieKUK iu. p. in., ana si yimu y itur y. iu. Arriving at Peoria at 6 M p. Di-, iiiiitsnc tl-rst connect ioiifi with the I. B. A . sua T. V for Jndianapoli:. connectini; ttu rc w ittt an is traini for the east and ?om h. ISFAST T1MK M'KK t'ONNEaiu ar, fHU-a an low an by any otiier ronic Uen'lSupt. tirn'i Tkl. Art The 6 50 p. ra. AcconimodMlion U-& t-vrrj Ofcj except (unufly. The Line selected by the U.S. CcVI to carry the Fast Mali. jarWBB g sJUji in isw MTr- colomm fit" n if-' G. TOMLINSON, YBtennary tool After a thorough trial of Tongalioe, I add my testimony to its great efficacy as a remedy la rueumausm ana neuralgia, and can heartily recommend it in the above diseases. A. H. Moss, M. D.,Lake Charles, La. HAGAlfS Magnolia Balm AND AUCTIONEER. Will attend to all calls for mr services. Best of reference given. Addkkss, ukiu., ills. sept--dlf t "1 can t Bleep r Buflerers trom ner vous prostration, and wasted vitality, can regain health by using Ham's Kidney! Kemedy. is a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes ner fresh ness to not tell THEODORE HOLDORPS it, who would rather SAMPLE ROOM, .and you can't telL ... ' , , w. ' S Ninth Street, corner Ninth Ave. Ninth Street, corner Ninth Ave. Tbe best of Wines, Ltqnors, Beer and Clars. Free Lunch vry Saturday Teniog. 11-dim CHICAGO, PEORIA or St.LOUIS AND DENVER Either by way ol Omaha, Pad . ' KankU City. It tfi.w. a'i o' . ... ILLINOIS. IOWA. MISuu'j NEBRASKA. KANSAS, With branch (met to tt-.e.r irrtwitant c' It runs avety day in th year Uj-n c-n aanninrtaiii ihroiioh trams Oirl tti CAl I'' Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omaha, , Chicago and Coundljf Chicago nnd St. Chicago and Atcms Chicago and Kansas City, Chicago and Topeka, Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago and Oubfffa Chicago and Siou Peoria and Council Blufjs, Peoria and Kansas C ty. Peoria and St. Louis. St. Louis and OrnahB; , St. Louis nnd St. r St. Uoulsand Rock Island, St. Louis and Chicago. Kansas City and Den e Kansas City and Si. Kansas City and 0a""',flgn. Kansas City and Bu "" 0ct Connection w.dt " ' ,JlacIJ with Through Tn.n. to ar.J ''m f" , branch... i vvi'fl ! , . At .h ef it. ' , , ' Ct.nn.c1. is G..nd Union 0.p d and fromril po.nt. In ,r.. Ui'fl 5 It i. th. P.meip.1 U.n. to .. j )tl Sas Franciscd. Portland ad City or Foi Ticket., R.t., G.nel l","7,:. th. Burhnjton Bout., cell on United S... o. Cn.d.. " HENRY B. STONE, Mu Wi P CHICAGO. BAKERY! -AND I NEW Confectioner No.ll09ThirfAve.gKuEu,W. rnA AMveni to any P mniuTT if ! ii " .l WZ.V be"in" July. t,V,n proved of signal e;-fc'; ,', thi t Sen to pursue their t "toV w a2 School ; nd, to thoee wh I pwpj , , ly; nd 8d, to practitn rctioo. I advantage of sys eniat.t n u ) w jo Jt lar apply (P- O. lni jj.. Mraoa, Prof. Com. and St-" - h. nmtroUed 66,000