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THURSDAY, JUNE 11. 1885. Only Democratic Dally in toe Klevetith Con- -gresstonaljViatrict. houses, barni. and fencing; There has been thousands of acre of laud fenced in sigh of uttr place since ! came here Ihree I vears a?o. Land hu advanced greatly. That. which could have been bought for about six dollars per acre then, you can t tuiv now short of twenty dollarg.andfrout that to twenty-five per acre. The old ..a !.,. kni iihanAA Jt natllnn I ROCK ISLAND DAILY AROITS. Settlers m tuc. v B..uB nnoir m.ivn wwirir. v nar9 hav and pasture from tue speculators is itnciil riTIM a mi BUSS CUT ad ooran about played, so they have commenced ... nwv .,. nir. IDUViniTBUii leuuux wuururer iney uau v. ' itfastmiWioii kanau ft 8 ; I I ert piece of htaeV; IThaW it one of the - DAii.Y-iH'eeBt tt ireek, or W 1 1 causes for land advancing as well as by 3W1J?T oy came -j reason or toe newcomers and tne jooa ; THE PRICE OF ORDER" SEEMS TO BE THE MAINTENANCE QF . ETERNAL VIGILANTES. i. f. ryrrsR. , Knttoa isn f uBusita. Vlnrlnla, Offlem and Editors Hecelva ThreatemlBC letter Lynchlngs rst and to Come In Oregon Dyers Will Die In Hla Boot. ftt W K It KLY $2,00 per year, portage paid. MAKINOPATEOHAOS- The Massachusetts legislature has pro a mptroDolitan police system for ners. th nitv of Boston, undet which the con- We have Borne very bad fords across crops that we have had for the last three years . It won t be long until people mat have teen in the habit of going across lots to town will have to turn square cor. . V.t ff.i,i,.n-io me creeas m mis iroi oi tue (iwiii. i v..v v. i country. They are k.i u .n niHii fnnlfi- we hanl rnrk of the city authorities and lodged in the d ,h ft into the creeks to the depth Lands of a board appointed by the gov- I of si : or eiirht feel and then cut the banks i . .1 i . , . I A . nma anil it malma varv rlancrrmia I crnor. it never occurea to lue iesiisiaiure i uuwu uuic ""-- --j - .i ,1 .1.;. ,1-1 Rnstrn, Warm, rfemorratic. crossing, especially wueu vuo crec gev as long as iuu uuy reiun.ucu rnuuiu . ke t0 cr08S whft , creeks are hieh, it was allowed to retain control oi lis own am get drowned.- l be water runs go police. "The new law is very liberal in the mat ter of salaries for thft republican officials who' are to have charge of the force. The "chakmSh'br Hie board will receive $4,"- 51)0, and, 11i8 bthtr members $4,Q00, and the clerK $,800. The republican papers say these salaries are not extravagant "considering the disagreeable duties that will be expected of the commissontsrs.' swift that it carries them off the ford, but the county ia bridging as fast as their means will admit. It won't be but a few yoar until they will have the crossings all bridged. I have been somewhat amused at the IlaraJ items and would like to bear more from there, as that used to be my native home. - C.V.Wilson. KobtMt va th War Eagle. On the last trip of the War Eagle down which arrived at Hock island Jtnduy, a SECRETARY BAYARD AND THE MISSIS-1 daring robbery was committed on the BIPP1. ! " - I boat. A voung Norwegian, Oscar North' It is to be seriously regretted that the qui8ti wu0 wag a deck passenger on the readers of the Kepublican cannot nave tne boat was jeep p0n a barrel near the opportunity to read in full the wise ana mict when a negro roustabout attempt eloquent after dinner speech wnich tlie ed t0 uke Bjg silver watch from his pock secretary ot tlie state delivered at tne in- e, Korthuuist felt the neero fumblins formal lunch tendered mm at tue&t. Lou- in u;s pocket and grabbed the robber by is clul). As Mr. Mayanl Had modestly tne hand and with the other hand erasried declined a public reception no faculties I nj3 Watch. The latter jerked the watch many leading farmers of Bedford county. It mouth were afforded, of course, tor reporting his from its owner.8 gra9p and dealt him a I IZTZ IZl LZ kl response to the toast which the commit I uow in tne fat. At this juncture an- aoe was that Jeter's dog was named after tee drank in his honor. But the leading other nero an iceonmlice of the robber. Ws stater. I --o- ' - 1 Lthchburo. Vs.. June 1L Three weeks ago a mob of citizens of Bedford took from the jail at Liberty, in that county, Houston Terry, anl lynched him to a convenient tree. Since that tune all etroru or ine au thorities to arrest the men engaged in this violation of the law has been f ruitless. The officers who are engaged in the work of se- enrinz evidence against the lynchers are in timidated by threats, Anonymous letters have been sent through the mails by so- called vigilante to all tbe lawyer and others in this section believed to be in any wav connected with the effort to bring tbe lynchers of Terry to justice, and nnder these circumstances it is not likely that any of these men will be arrested. The governor' reward of $1,000 for the conviction of any member of the mob has had but little effect in stimulating the detective to undertake tbe work. Among the numerous epistles sent out by the vigilance committee, the lol lowlne received Tuesday by the editor of The Evening Advance is the strongest ana most significant: Mat SO. 1885l Thomas Whitehead, mh- iob Advance: As secretary of vtguantei Nn. 100. L O.. in the counties ol Amnerst Bedford, and Rockbridge, I am ordered to notify you that when you are speaking through your paper about "the murderers of Turnr" Vitn am lavlnir a tran for VOUrself. We are going to banish crime and those that are going to uphold it from our midt Pnlilih whnt vnu know to be true and nothing else, or we will treat you according to our law. Gen. Buck Terry, tbe father ot tbe young man who was lynched, is just recovering from an attack of paralysis. His friends have, tin to this time, kept from him the terrible fate of his son. ' He was informed of It Tuesday, and it i believed he will. never rest until he bai secured the arrest of the men who took part in lynching him. Gen. Terry is a determined and brave man. It is believed that the lynchers inciuae A WALL OF WATER. Tbe Terrible. Destruction by water. ' Spout In Mexico. ' CniCAGO, June It Later reports from Logas, Mexico, regarding the recent water spout that burst over that place show that thelosi ot life was much greater' than at first supposed. Nearly 200 people were killed at Peublo Cuarantas, and the height of the wail ot water was twenty-five I feet It came rushing down the valley sweeping everything bafore it and with a deafening roar. The water. flxJed the city ot Guana juato, creating a panic in the theater there, which was crowded, and resulting in severe injury ot a large number ot people, many, it is believed, fatally. Particulars, however, have not yet reached here. KEPT ALIVE BY WORK. RECKLESS RENS0NV HE NEARLY BLOWS UP 'THE WHOLE NEIGHBORHOOD la Sensational Effort to End ills Own Troublea Kumbera of People Slightly Burt by Flying Glaaa and Timbers. Fears That When Gen. Grant's Book Is Finished Re Will Die. New York, June 11. The Sun states that both Gen. Grant and Heesra. Webster & Co., his publisher.;, were greatly surprised at the publication of extract from the gen eral's forthcoming nitm irs. They think some canvasser M the c intents of his sample book without permission. They. were at first angry, but afterward con cluded that the publication would benefit the sale of tbe book. The Sun further says that the book will Newport. R. L, June 11. Renson's liquor saloon, on Thames street, was blown u Wednesday afternoon by the exploaion of a keg of powder, which had been ignited by the proprietor, with the intention of com milting suicide, and wrecking the place. The building was wrecked, and several per sons passing at tbe time were more or less injured by flying timbers. John Renson, the owner. ws found beneath the debris in the cellar. his body was terribly mangled and burned. He had SAT UPON THE KEG which contained twenty-five pounds of gun powder, and then exploded it. The unfortunate man had two kegs of powder stored in the cellar, and had in formed one ot the city officials a few days " i lJljJh , ""Awuflb TABLE Don't be deceived by false rep resentations that our celebrated Furnaces are sold by else but (H'k ici iv.. . T-xsTABL.Jm,,! .18,4 Ult TO 1 B0M CHlCiw,. r - auyone Msn,. Bun-au Accominonii..n l.S. ?' IB- J0NH T. N0FTSKJER, all our goods formerly sold by Swiler & Spencer, and Swiler & Bro., are now sold exclusive ly by JOHN N0FTSKEE. Repairs for all goods of our manufacture, found at JOHN T. NOFTSKER'S. Call and exainme our latest im proved Furnaces! San. o. Jt i tii,.., "vP.ta. Omaha ohitag0 MauUrriulisS-- to ajiD rnoM nm. ... HV 6 . TO ANH mnii Wi.rt.i r J. -a.m ' " t .IH Kai-l Exirpi9 .... to and raoa aiKa.. ",a v rsssf oeer Fast Express .".'.'nnS- l0'P , . KIMBALL. 'J"' 'i .t, (lilicral Slip't. (Jen Ti. i. . J!"N' F. COOK, Am.,.t .". -An , . KIMBALL, . COOK, Ag.:M. ", i. a. , v ... . .HterlinK I'aaavncer icrmii flocommuilaiiori l! m. M. Louii" Kast lii .' (s-'u,. ,.' uravrra ban. City Kx.. 4u,,. 11 MA( k if' ( 1IK AI.0, M1LHAI KI K lit. ago that he intended using them in blowing ye ast in8pePtion 0f fi0()d3 be up his saloon and killing himself, giving as I , . . a reason that even ISLAM, TKAIlf M-'evw 8:1.1 am Arm- .U:lftpin ryone was persecuting him fore purchasing. New improve- .a. ,0,1 be much longer than at flr.t intended. The for selling liquor. A razor, coverel with lllentS, New Goods, largest va- Fly'KDu(rlin6:45ai" " general's friends think tbe work in the book blood, was found "by hU side. He was re- . , . . . K 1) v hiii.,7 isall thathas kept him aliva They fear moyl to the city hospital andwilldie. "ety 111 tile market. 1 lMk sentiment of that brief, but pregnant rev sponse gave the profouadest satisfaction to the representative merchants and bus inesS men who heard it. Mr. Bayard dis played 'the deepest and moat intelligent interest in the subject of Mississippi river j, Wilson saw the affair, but were held the young Norwegian while the nesro with the watch ran around on the other side of the boat. Pat Uennessr. of Davenport, and a white fireman by the name of Jo improvement. lie referred to it as a mat ter of national interest, and declared him self as its persistent advocate on the ground of its supreme national import ance '.i'JTht Mississippi," said our elo afiaid that the remaining negroes on the boat would assist the black robbers, and so refrained from participatiug in the me lee. The Norwegian went up stairs and notified Capt. Glenn of the affair. The quejtt guest,'; ''is a great inland sea, and wilh the first mate, Andy Canty, the question of whether it is one mile wide or one hundred miles wide should have no bearing upon the question of the measure of care its supreme interests should receive at the hands of the n ac tion. St. Louis Republican KASSH'S BiCKlBQ. went below and requested the youn man to point out the man whu had robbed him. After a vigorous search on the part of the officers of the boat the negroes were found stowed away. At the point of a revolver thev were drives out to the front part of the boat, where the mate, with Ihf ftssiatflnrp of thp rAntain tinil The papers on which Sheriff Marsh, of Lv. . t. . Oda ntv. was anoolnted marshal for "" B,luu 'u ,u"v- " lu,s mauu" aha-orthern iadicial district of Illinois were tied to a stancheon and taken to include a letter written in December last Dubuque, where they were handed over by Uol. Morrison, very warmly commend td .!. authorities. ing t apt. mann to the t president as worthy of any place he should ask tor; a letter from Congressman springer, com mending him as a suitable man for mar ahal, though Mr. Springer is believed to I Hanlan Judging from the following extract taken from a Chicago interview. Ilaulon have also indorsed Mr. NcGariglc; a letter I will not utteud the Molinc regatta Satur- from Congressman K. It. Hut, repubu- day: can, saying that he had known Marsh, who lived in bis district, for many years, and cordially recommending him for the roarshalship in case political reasons were deemed to require a change from A. M. Jones; letters from W. C. Green, of Sut -too, and W. It. Frazer, of the Sixth dis trict, both members of the atate central committee; a letter from Gen. Matt Mil ler, or Oregon, commander of post No. 116, and a letter from Abram Meyers, of Tampico, commander of post No 491, Grand Army of lha Republic; resolutions unanimously adopted by post No. 116; a letter from JT. Clendenin, of Morrison 111.; resolutions of G. L. Nevios' post. Grand Army ot the Republic, Rock ford; a letter from iMaj.' Norman C. Warner, of Hock ford; a petition signed by many members of John A. Davis post. Grand Army of tbe liepublic, of Freeport; a let ter from Hon. A. E. Stevenson, ot Bloomington, 111.; a letter from Judge William Brown, of Rockford; a letter fiom F. W. Blaisdell, of Rockford, late democratic candidate for congress; a let ter from A. Antisilel, of Chicago, general superintendent of the American Express company; W. 11. llolcomb, or Kochellc, general superintendent of the Chicago and Iowa railway; W. L. Ettcnger, of Rochelle, auditor and general ticket agent of tue Ubicago and Iowa rauwav; K. li Riley, of Wenona, agent of the Illinois Central railway; a petition of a grand jury of Ugle county, including republi cans and democrats; a petition of forty I shall leave probably Tuesday even' ing, said tbe oarsman, "and will go di rect to Toronto. There I will think the matter all over and will write to Teenier; offering to meet him at any convenient point or time to settle all details, post forfeits, and draw up articles. Either New York or Rochester will be a pood poiut for such a meeting, if the same is acceptable to Teemer. ' lou willgo into training at Toronto "Yes, there or at some other point near it Where I can bare perfeet quiet. When I get into another race I shall break a record or break my oars in trying it." fier form wa sylph-like, and tier fnce Wa juct a miracle of grace. That's why I thought it very alrange Folks talked with her at such long range. Aha ! had teeth .' Her breath was tainted : With SOZODONT she wasn't acquainted. The Only Kemady. - those who sutler from foul breath are open to the charge of carelessness. It is an offence that can be speedily abated, as a single bottle of tbe fraerant SOZ( DONT will unmistakably accomplish the store on Dec. work. No toilet table should he without. I nets testified that it. It will preserve and keep the teeth white, and the breath pure and sweet Jim Dyer'e Chancee In Texas. Dallas, Tex., June 11. Sheriff Evans, of Fannin county, and a posse Tuesday pur sued Jim Dyer into the presence of his father-in-law, William Blair, a few miles from Bonham. The house was surrounded and a meeenger sent into guarantee Dver the protection of the law if he would only surrender without resist ance, if not. ouick death was certain. See ing no alternative. Dyer surrendered, was securely tied to a horse, taken to Bonham, and lodged in Jail. Tbe prisoner i a brother of Sam and Kli Dyer, lynched Tuesday morning near Bonham. He was implicated with them in many of the crimes ror which Sheriff Ragsdale and Deputy Buchanan attempted their arrest a few weeks ago, and were killed by the three desperate brothers. Eli Dyer was captured unhurt a fe days later, but Sam was m taken until shot down. Although the sheriff has guaranteed Jim Dyer protection, it is not believed he can give it, and the opinion is general that ha will also die a lynching death at the hands of a mob, as public feeling is wrought up to an extreme point ou account ot the many crimes the Dyers were guilty of be fore they slaughtered the two omcers. Abreaat of the Time. PoRTDANn, Or., June 11. Reports from Crab Creek, Spokane county, bring news that settlers on Wilson's creek lynched Toby Riehanlson for stealing cattle. The day before Charley oung was lvnched on Rock creek for stealing bores. Baker Ltty, Ure., June ii. rred Wickertuan was overtaken and arrested in Grant county, Friday, and brought here Tuesday, charged with tbe murder of Louis Rivers and K. A. Allen, prominent cattle men. It was supposed at first, on account of the large number of horses stolen, that a band of thieves had passed through the country, but investigation showed that vv lckermau had made a raid alone. He is only 19 years old. and half-witted, but the best horseman and the finest pistol shot in eastern Oregon. He was raised on the buncb-grass bills in Baker county, and knows evory foot of ground. Messrs Pavers and Allen bad started out tn look for lost stock, and en countered Wiokerinan with a band of stolen horses. To rave himself from arrest, he killed both men. He will probably bo lynched. "Wells' men. Health Renewer" for weak After trying many methods for driving four lawyers of both parties, being all the away or killing grasshoppers, a California members of tlie bar in Ogle, Stephenson. .Lee, and Carroll counties who could be found readily, the petition having been prepared and signed without (Japt. i Marsh's knowledge; also letters from the following neighbors of the candidate George W. Hornell, Charles M. Oslo, deputy clerk of the circuit court; C. D, Ettinger, Benjamin Chaney, S. B. Wads- worth, superintendent of schools; J. II family resorted to sulphur smoke, and it proved a decided success. BILIOUSNESS Is very prevalent at this season, the symptoms being bitter taste, breath offen sive, tongue coated, sich headache, drows incus, dizziness, loss ot appetite. If this condition is allowed to continue, serious consequences may follow, By promptly The Kara Sota Gang, Tampa, Fla., June 1L A messenger from Pine Level, sixty niiles south of here, where the circuit court is in session, brings the proceedings in the trial of tbe Sara Sota murderers, which was begun Saturday morning, to the close of that day, when tbe court adjourned until Monday. The first witness, Charles L. Warehouse, described the shooting of Charles E. Abbe by Charles B. n ill aril near Bid well's , 1884. The wit the shooting was entirely improvoked. When Abbe was shot Willard turned to Marehause and said "Get out of here, run for your life, you d d Yankee." He saw Willard drag Abbe's body Into Bidwell's store. Mrs. Abbe also testified to the same effect. Tbe testimony ot the sheriff implicated Joseph C. Ander son and Ed P. Bacon, two of tbe prisoner. in the crime. The trial then adjourned until Monday. The court house is packed, but good order prevails. Tbe Sentimrnt throughout the county generally is that tbe prisoners must be hanged. the reaction that may come when it is com pleted, and they encourage him to continue its preparation. It is further denied that Gen. Badeau was required to leave Gen. Qrant's home on account of not publicly denying the report that he was largely tbe author of the memoirs, lieu. Badeau's de parture is ascribed to lack of room in the house after the arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Sar tor is. Tbe Sun then ad Is that Gen. Grant i very sick man. He bears up heroically, but bis appearance shocks those who see him for the first time since his illness. The swelling under bis right ear Is twice as big as a man a first. His body is frightfully enia- ciattsl, and his hands and wrists are tinny Accumulation from his throat fills his every few momenta. He sleeps nearly upright. He would choke if lying down. Gen. Grant alept but little Tuesday night. and his condition was not so favorable Wednesday morning. Dr. Douglas said that the patient's restlessneis was due more to too cloee application to literary work than to any unusual pains. Among others who called on Hen. Urant edneday was Gen. John A. Logan. Washisgton Crrr, June 1L CoL L. N. Batchelder, deputy quartermaster general. left Washington Tuesday night for Mew oik to receive and bring to Washing ton the testimonials and presents ceived by Gen. Grant at home and abroad which were presented to this gov' eminent by Mrs. U rant Col Batchelder was specially selected for this duty by the secretary of war a few days ago. It has not yet been decided where tbe presents will be permanently placed. From the Kaee Courses. New York, June 1L At Brighton Beach H ednesday Barclay won the li miles in 1 :593a', Lucy Lewis second, Excelaior third. .Second race, mile; Joe Shelby first. Hickory Jim second, Frank S. third; time, Third race, 1 mile: Maggie J. first. Mollis Walton second; Tusmerio third; time 1-J. Fourth race, 1 miles; Myrtle first Ligan second, Sister third; time, 2:13. Fifth race, t mile; rarwell first, laletts second, Ecuador third ; time 1 :44. St. Lons, Ma. June 1L Races here. W ednesday, resulted a- follows: First race, J4' mile; Jim Douglass first. Pearl Jennings second, John Davis third; time, 1:15. Second race, 1 miles; Leman first, Kate Fletcher second, Keone third; time, 3:11. Third race, miles; Volant first, Boot Black second, Kapido third; time, Immigration for May. Washington City, June 1L The chief of the bureau of statistics reports that dur ing tbe month of May there arrived in the customs districts of Baltimore, Boston, Detroit, Huron, Minnesota, New Or leans, New York, Ta-samaquoddy,. Phila delphia and San Francisco, which comprises 97 per cent ot the total immigration 79,676 pa-engers, of whom Ofi.y" 1 were immigrants; 8,'JOJcltiaena ot the United States returned lrom abroad, and 4.445 aliens not intending to remain in the United States. The total number of immi grants arrived in the above-named customs districts for the principal foreign countries during tbe eleven months ended May 21 last. as compared with the omi periol of previ ous years af : lbi., :.4a,4a; ISSt, 454,30a City hospital He is said to be suffering from dalerium tremens. Tbe explosion set fire to tbe debris, but the fire dertinent extinguished the flames. Tbe explosion caused great excitement in the neighborhood. BUILDINGS WESE VIOLENTLY SHAKEN, and people rushed from their houses frenzied with fear, believing that some dire disaster was about to befall them. Tbe injured people, with the exception ot a boy named rroud, all hurried away before their names or the nature of their injurs could be learned. Tbe boy Proud was badly bruised by being thrown to the ground. Two ladies and a child, who were driving by in an opon car riage, were badly lacerated by flying frag ment oT glass. The concussion shattered tbe windows ot several buildings in the im mediate vicinity. A large crowd assembled in the neighborhood, and much indignation was exoressed at the oversight ot tbe onlciala hi not placing Renson flatder restraint when be made known his Intentions of blowing up the saloon. BRITISH MINISTERIAL CRISIS. tlniia RICHARDSON & BOYNTON GO. 84 Lake St., Chicago, 234 Water St., New York, CgrSame address for twenty years. may SC-dtaw-Iit KO( K ISLAND k I'KOUU Rj (SHORTEST ROUTE TO Till XAT Kast Exir- s i-. . w Muil ami Kj i -Mil . J Accommodation, T;Kp n Way Freight .'e'w'i; ' Depot Twentieth ,.trt,t, NU E.T( 'H:vi i., , I'l, UOCK ISLAM) & Mh'KILK (0 k , I a, K, Mall Aretimmmlation, . Ltivi :in a., 4 (Xt e u Bll, 3 1' p, " Oartwright, attorney; E. F. Putcher. ati taking Hood s Sarsapanlla, a fever may torney ; Samutl Hoot, Georce W. Reiman. avoided or premature death prevented. Daniel Farrell, E. Nathan Stevens, all of Ogle; Sherwood Dixon of Dixon. Thomas Deian of Iloney Creek, John V. Eustace . of .Mount Carroll, Sheriff Stewart, of , Freeport. 15c. Yard matters la Convention. Philadelphia, June 11. Ninety-nine delegate-, representing the iardmaterj' Mutual Benefit association of the United States and Canada, gathered Wednesduy morning m annual convention at u as sembly building's thii city. Nearly every state and territory m the union was repre anted, and every prominent railway of the country. The association is formed sulely for fmit.llftl ttftnAHt In -r&u nf dinbnasa ,n Ilea Hugs, rlies, use "Koughon Hats.' death ot a member, and has noafllliation It is a positive cure for biliousness by all druggists, Sold N0TZS FROM XaHSAS. , . , Garnet Kansas. June, Mb. Editor 8th. Lost faith la Physicians. : There are innumerable instances where) cures have been effected by Scovill a with labor organizations formed for protec tion. Apachea Making for Mexico. Washington City, June 11. Gen. Crook ,Bl.Mnl. ,K n .1 ..... . U . I. 1. As I am a reader of your Saraaparilla, or Bi main the reneKalle taner and out in the wesL I thought 1 all diseases of the blood, when they had would try and give you a Tew items about ,,ceu B1Ten uver y luelr pnysicians. n our country. We havo as fine looking I is one ot tue b8' remedies ever offered to country as a man need wish to look at. I tlie public, and as it Is prepared with the and it has been rather a Drosoerous one greatest care, as a specific for certain dis for the last three years, and the prospects ease il is no wonder that it should be are rather flattering at the present for the m(re effectual than hastily written and coming season, although wo have had a carelessly -prepared prescriptions. Take very wet, cold, backward, snrinir. There luls meutcine ior ait uisoracrs arising Apaches hare passed the troops in Stein's pass and are now making for Mexico, where their women and children are. The general says ha still has hopes that thetroops already tent out may intercept a ims or tbe Indiana Poisoned by ti.aned Corn. Clifton, S. I.. June L The entire fam ily of William King, . painter, living on '. ' . ."..I : t.l A T. i .. " - was DUl very Utile corn planted in AprU""m "r"" " : emiumeu y wedoeaday morning by eating canned corn. leading professional men. Water Bugs, Roaches, Rats." 15c. use "Rough on and what was put in the ground had to be planted over again as the ground was entirely too wet and cold, and it was still wet tbe first of May, so that considering tbe late planting, corn looks very well We have been having some very dry warm weaiuer ior tue last three weeks, the thermometer for the last two weeks ranging from 90 to 100 degrees above ae ro, in the shade. The recent rain makes everything have a different look.. Tlie corn loo ka .healthy and green and -also tbe oats and grass. The winter wheat and rye is all beaded out nicely; the early po tatoea are in full , bloom; there will T be an abundance of : apples if nothing befalls them from this out: cher- riea - will be very scarce, and the peaches il t : 11 J m ... . are an aiuea. mere will be some small fruits, auch as gooseberries. jrasDberries. blackberrica and grapes. We raise aa fine! "Rough on Pain" Porosed Plaster, 15c. fruit nexe as X ever saw, but we haven't Liquid, 20c. an extra, maiaet ior jt, but tbe prospects One child is dead. The remaining members at the family are in a precarious condition. Have used Tongaline in some six cases of neuralgia, besides other aerfOus af fections, and am prepared to aay that, so far as my experience extends, it is one of the most reliable remedies that has ever come into my possession. J. A. Ward, M. p Troy, Mo. i j J . "Well's Health Renewer" for dyspep sia, debility. "Rough on Rats" clears out Rata, Mice. 15c. Ia Civlllxatlon a Failure T Akron, Ohio, June 1L The Salvation army paraded the streets Tuesday night, and was attacked by a mob of hoodlums 2,000 in number, who broke the drums and tambourine. Several persons were badly injured, and the police were powerless. Hi arrests were made. Barbed wire for fencing is extensively used in central America and asranl. aetrae Baa Ball Gamm. Chicago, Jane 10. The League base bal: games played Wednesday resulted as for lows: At Buffalo Buffalo 7H Detroit 5; at Bos ton Boston 2, Philadelphia 4; at Provi denceProvidence 2, New York L are batter for the future. It is wonderful to . see tbe way our county teat bat built up in the :paat two yean, afid tbe way the country is improv ing lBeaerai. There are a great many new comers, and thete is a vast sight of Improvement in the way of building good bunions. 15c. "Buchu-paiba," great tidney' and urin ary cure. t . aaaaaa , Kangaroo leather ia tbe toughest leath er anown, but not so much used. 'Rough on Corns" hard of soft corns, There's Boat for tbe Weary. Washington Crrr, June 1L The presi dent has appointed tbe following named col lectors of internal revenue: J. T. MaoGon- rigte, Ninth district of Pennsylvania; Attilla Cox, Fifth district ot Kentucky; Georga N. Hans, fourth district of Michigan. , -I Iroa Werke Aaeig-av ' BcYtalo, June 4L The Harris Iron works assigned Wednesday morning, with uaouineaoi about 40,000. The works em ployed about fifty men. Great Shortage In the Wheat Crop. Washington City. June 11. The June crop report of the agricultural department estimates the total wheat crop of the country at 3GJ,iXHi,0A) bushels of which 337,000,000 i; winter and 153,000,000 is spring. The condition of winter wheat is lowar than ever before in June, being now lii, against 70 in May. uunaiuuu ol spring wueat is vt. There is a falling off from last year ot 173,000,000 bushels. Reath of Garibaldi's Friend. New York, June II. Tue veteran Italian editor. Seech i di Cas.ili, a warm frieud of Garibaldi, died W'edue day mrning at Lliititieth, . J. He was to have taken the remains of Piero Maronetilii. the celebrated latriut and fellow-prisoner of S.lvij PiUico, from Greenwood cemetry to Furli, Italy, this year, where an iinpo ing celebration was to take place. The Trauk-Ltae Traffic Trouble. fE Y oiik, June 11 At the meeting of the trunk-line presidents held here Tuesday, the iollonuu ra..oiuthn was adopted: K'sulvod, that tbe western committee Iw requashsi to proceed with and to formulate their arrangements aud agreement for the divn.il. m ol east-bound traffic in surli man ner as tnny may bn think heat, subject to tbe unanimous npproval ot the trunk lines. The committee cansiats of eighte n mem bers, repre-entiug all western trunk lines. They will ir. bably meet in Chicago within a wook or ten days. In speaking oi the reso lution, a trunk-line president said that it is at least the beginning of tbe end of ques tions in dispute. Lose by the Flaanea, New ork, June 1L At 'A o'cloci Wednesday morning a lire broke out in tbe new savjn-.torr building, 3J and St Frank fort street, owned by Isaac Rosenfelt, and occupied by a number of steam-printers. The Ore broke out in the basement, and rap idly spread uiroujn n building to tue roof, and soon the entire structure was enveloped In flames. The fire was not gotten under control until 4 o'clock, and it was two hours later before it was entirely subdued. The origin ot the fire is supposed to have been spontaneous combustion. The total loss will reach fSO.OCO; partially in sured. Secretary Bayard. Br. Louis, Mo., June 11. Secretary Bay ard arrived in the city Tuesday evening. He was, Wednesday, the guest of Mayor francis, with whom be attended the races. The secretary left for the east at night. He looked somewhat lefreahei, and expressed himself as mors than pleased with "the great west" f , . In this Wheat By e-aud-Bye. : .- Chattanooga, Tens., June 1L The swarms of locusts oa the ridges north of this city are in creating, and are devouring all vegetation in their track. A similar visi tation occurred seventeen years aga -I , Gold Medal (or echlieraana. , BlRLra,' June 11. Dr. SchUemann has received .the big gold medal from the Royal T 4--A..A M Tl. t.l . A . T . luauiiuie ur xu-iusn axcniwcts. Ko Change Noted Dtlke on Gladstone Disposing of ChurchllL London, June 11. Tha position of affairs. in the ministerial crisis shows little change. The fact that the queen has not yet reached a decision is indicated by Mr. Gladstone's presence in London. He did not go to Bal' moral, as was siated by Wednesday morn Ing'a Standard. Sir Charles Lhlke, president of the local government board, speaking at a city Liberal club Tuesday night, said. In re ferring to the events ot tbe past twenty- four hours, that there was one event so gratifying that it was hardly possible to mention it without emotion, namely tbe extraordinary reception which the Liberals in the housvt of commons gave their great leader Tuesday afternoon, when he came down to make (he announcement that all expected be would make Ho believed the whole aountrr shared this feeling. Mr. tilad stone's mind was uncramped and un warped by tima and age, and be was now in com plete sympathy with the advance I Liberal section. Kven more than before he was the gn-atet Liberal leader ever known. The chief difficulty encounter! by tbe Conservatives in their discissions regarding the tormation of a ministry, says The Pall Mail Gazette, is the problem w hat to do with I.-irl Kandolph Churchill. He claims to have done much in the work of da troying the Libaral government, and de mands bis share of the spoils. It Is apparent that the older Tories regard him as trouble some and somewhat dangerous to have around in national councils. Tbe Pall Mall Gazette intimates that a polite effort will be made to get rid of him if the Conservatives form a government Paris, June IL The Republiquj Fran cais, speaking ol tne resignation of tbe Gladstone cabinet, says: Euroiie must distrust a ministry whereiu the wisdom ot Sir Stafford Northcoto can be annulled bv the passionate imprudence of the earl of Salisbury and tbe petulance or Lord ruuiaoipn luurcuni wnen foreign questions demand so much coolness and tact Una Over by a Koad Holler. Chicago, Juna 11. Lliarhw tcDouck, a watchman employed to assi t in rolling tbe itreat at night with a steam road roller mst with a horrible death Tut-sJav night The sngineer put the roller in motion and was moving along tlie street when some one on the Bidewalk called out, "Tuere's a man behind you. He's been run over." Quickly stopping the roller Coney ran back and there upon tie hard block pavement were the crushed, bloody, smeared remains ol wnat bad once been a man. Tne trunk, bead and limbs had been rolled and crunv'd out into one shapeless I blotch of rii'lliuig, flesh and bhKxl The condition of th body may be imagined when it is kuown that tbe roller weighs twenty-five toa. There does not at present appear to have been any per son who mw the accident and just how the man came to get under the roller is a mys tery. He either fell, and, being lame, was unable to get up in time to escape, or else he bad some suicidal mama, aud took thk mode if exit from tbe world. Typhoid Fever, I am eixty-Bevcn years old, and havo lived in this cllnl!) counlv all mv life. l'p to twenly- eight years ga 1 was regarded as the strongest man in the neisrliliorkood the most robust in health, lit November, ISoli, I had a lone anil serious spell or lypnoiu lever, n leu me emana ted ami a ermine in my niriu let. fli limes nisi limb was swollen an enormous size, being twice as large as its natural condition, and inltsined and angry in appearance. From my knee down small sores came, and at the ankle a large ulcer came, which discharged noisonons matter. My whole system became Infected. The doctors would natch me up lor awhile, lint the ulcers would never heal. The mercury ami potash w itli which they dosed me brought on rheumatism and dyspepsia. I was an object of pity to all my frlemls. isome thought that llleonly hope to save life was .imputation . 1 eomitiueu 10 grow worse, aud for three vears 1 have not worn a Bhoe. Hope hail almost left mc. (Swift's Specific was sug gested, and 1 commenced Ha use at once. From the very lirst I began to feel better. 1 have taken Ihirty-six Iwttles, and the shadows which had darkened my life for twenty-eight years have all been dissipated. 'I ne eneci ot me ineiiicine nas been wonderful Indeed. To-day 1 am able tout tend to all jny farming interests, and walk from one to five miles per day. 1 am satisiieu (hat the disease isentirely broken up, aud henceforth ain to be free fnwn those terrible apprehension! ami sulferinif which forinerlv made my life miser able. Swift's Specific has done more for me in one year than ait tne urng siore medicine pre scribed hv physicians did m twenty eight vears. and 1 most cheerfully hear Ihis testimony of its merits. Y 1!. Kkeb. Hall County, (!a., Feb. 9S. 1SS5. From the Dissecting Boom. Having taken Swift's Specific for blood poisou contracted at a medical college at a dissectiou. while 1 was a medical student, lam grateful to say that it gave me a speedy anil thorough enre after my parents nad spent nur.ureus oi iiouars Tor treataient. My ann was swollen loiwiee n natural siae. and as nothing helied me I was di epairing of ever belnu cared. But hearing of the s. S. S., I bought a bottle little thinkinj 1 would derive any benefit from ft. 1 began aking it n gu larlv. and' soon the swelling liegan to go down and the'arm ceased to pain we. I continued its use. and after taking eicht bottles was thoroughly cured. AuursTfs ksdkl, Newark, . J. Send for book on Blood and Skin diseases. It is mailed free. Ths Sw irr rrei ifh- M.. lirawer 3, Atlanta, oa. THK CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE SL Paul RAILWAY COMPANY. It owns and operates nearh-r. mi.ii.. oughly equipped road in illilmi., Vt ,.,,,,:. , , Minnesota aud Dakota. ' ' M' It is the Short Line and Jicst U,,. i .. tween all principal points m ),t. yirtll west anil r ;ir tVcst. For nuns, lime tables ri. ..( freight, etc.ai.plvtollie ..., .... - ,M ..r. .. ' rla""u . ,-rjl oif i. iniao, jnnnaiiKee ,v m. pan to any railroad agent Stales or i auaua. R. MILLER, tleneral Manager, J. V. TIK'KElt. Ass't 'leu'l Manager anywhere m tUt (.;itJ A. V. Il.l'AKl-EXTEi!. eii. Paw. t Tkl An tiliO. 11. HEAVFiihli' Ass'l lien. I-,,., MlI.WAL'KBP.. Wlv. IV For notices in ref. n m i- to m.,-. il tim sious, changes of time, amtiilln-r ittni- iumv. in connection w ith tbe t lin a o, Milwaukee t-i. aul Kailwav. lleae refer l.i it.w l,, -il i .,it.ir,.,j this taiier. ACHES PAINS! "I ache all over!" What a common, ex- iTL-ssiorj; and how much it rqean.s to tr.any i poor sutterer ! I hese aches have a cause, and rore frequently than, is gener- :ii!y suspected, the cause is tb,e Liver or t'.jneys. No disease is more painful or no nous than, th.ese, aqd no rernedy is so l.i :ir;pt arjd effective as 31 flliTI ii mm RAILWAY. t UOHTEST Kill TS Til THE EAST AND SOUTH Trains leave Km L l.lsi.j I tXIa. m. Way Freight. S.45 " Fast Kspr.-s. 1.40 p. ra. Wail and Express 6.f0 k TiiroDgh Freight aud Acceiiuuuilii.i'i. Trains arrive at Km k Island : 2.30 a. m. Through Freight aiid Ain-niriiii.siali.iL 12.45 p. m. Mail and txprc-s. 5.1U " rasl hxj.rcss. 4.U0 " Way Freiglit. The Fast KxrBKss, leaving lt.a l.lji.il . .. m. arrives at I'eoria l'-i.'Jt ii. m.. al isi-riLClie . p. in., at Decatur 4.nlp. ui.. ,1m ksmniiiir ?.u p. m., Alton 7,'Ai i. m., st Loms s. p. m.. it: Terre Haute 11. 5S p. in., T he Ssk Hav. MiU( this the ItEsT and V1 u kest runie lo ii. n souineast. The 1..10 p.m. trnin niskes el'ise coriiieln'i. a Galva wilh O. IS. o. for i..mt west; m.(f Galeshurg at 4.'i p. tu.. at I'.uriiiiiiMi I' 1!1 Iu KeoKiia iii.'jr, p. m., ana si t,"'"'n ) '"ln V m Arriving at Peoria al C.AI p. in., nmk.i'i- connections with Itie 1. B. K W. aud T. KS for lii.tianaiMls, coiiuectir.g tut re wila hi- ' trains for the east atul soiuli. UtrVAfT Tl M K M UK I'ONNKrTIU-Ns. t. rates as low as by any oilier ruiiie. 1(. B. t Alil.K, A. .MOB 11'.'. Uen'lSupl. ,. t,'; Tkt. Ap The 6 50 p. in. Atcuramtalaticn leates ') ! except suuilfiy. The Line selected hy the U.S.Cov'l to carry the Fast Mall. Htm ia!TU tn rn p tr ITTERS Itody Found In a Ilarrel. IjOilsvn.LK, June 11. Boysswiminine ir, Boar Gra-s creek Tuesday, found a barre1 containing the headless body of a man. The arms and legs had been cut off and were packet in thj barrel with tbe body, but the hnad was missinjr. Tliera were indications that the murder had been committed within I twenty -four hour i. Toe boJy was that of a man of middle age. The hands and feet were small and well -formed. The police are investigating the case. Sequel to a Surgical Operation. Rochester, K. Y., June 11. A telegram to Tbe fust-Express from Holley, Ui leans ' Bounty, states that Mrs. L. J. Putnam, tbe Chicago lady whose supposed tumor was found to contain a child, was n former resi- lent of Holley, bar maiden name b in? Lucretia J. Carey. Her mother Wednesday morning received a telegram from Chicago swung mat uer aauguiar uied Tuesday uujui, iroiu tun eufltnn oi lue operation. Tbe Search for Great Soott.. New York, June li. Cashier Ualdvrij. if tbe bank ot the Manhattan company, has returned iroin Canada and reports his ina bility to find any satisfactory clue to the arnereaDnttts of Scott, the absconding teller f tbe bank, lie says, however, that the tearch is being actively prosecuted aud there reason ia nope was It -anil be successful ACAKD. To all who are suffering from tbe errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe tost will cure yon, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy wa discovered by a missionary in South America. Iv-nd a self addressed envelope to tbe Key. Joseph T. Inham, Station D, New York City - No remedy has yet been discovered t!-it is so effective iq all KIDNEY AND LIVER COMPLAINTS, MALARIA, DYSPEP SiA, etc., arjd yet it is simplo ond qarrn. Iss. Scieqca aijd rriedical skill have corrjbined wilh woqderful success th,ose r,crbs which, nature has piovided for th,e cure of disease. It strengtqens aijd in vigorates trja whole system. Hon. Thadd.uBftteveus.the distiuTitlsbed Con- irreMlnau, one i wrote to a fellow lnenj uer who was sintermt iron ludiKestion and kidney disease: Try Miahle, Herb llittrt 1 lielieve it will rum you. I have jsed it for both icdnrestioa aud affec tum of the kidueys, and it is tlie most wonderful roiuliiuauou cd medicinal herbs 1 ever saw." MTSHLEK HERB BITTEB3 CO., f25 Commerce St., Philadelphia. Pai ker's Pleasant Worm Syrup Never Faili NERVOUSDEBIUTY UMOAMIO V lENESS lhHMy,andninnerouf ixwcnrodiseAses. ta- :ima tue skiiimt par- ioims. rMsiilt fmci jouthtal Iaiiiserntioa. loo frM indulirence. nr over Itratn work. Avoid i ne imp.Binon oi preten tion! remedies for trfe troubtd. lift our Krea Cirrulir and Trial l'trk. see, end lem lmnknt ra.-U ts-foie takuw neat. Mii.t rlsi-where. Tuke a Sl'ltl-: KFMmvthetllAS Cl'Ul'.U tluniMiiilii, iluvt not Hib'rlere vita aitpti- iion lo tiu.inoM, or can. pain or iocvnvenirnc ia luiiv wee. loumlvd on iscKntine inedu'tl princl- !pw. ByUirvetEnplicatloQ ilo the .! ot ili.fUM it. inpetiatic innusnce U f,it E a iliiout delsf. I1lli.t iornl hincticneof the ha. I rata Grvaniim u reatored. 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STONE, fSf ir. in"1 ""'"""""'"CrtlCAGO BAKERYI -AND I NEW Confectionery- No. 1109 Tliird Ave., AtW. -u.a aelivered to any P" '.' auit-T-aiy 111 THEODOBE HOLDORF'S I can t Bleep r. mineren trom ner vous prostration, and wasted vitality, can refjain health by using Hunt's Kidney Kemedy. is a secret aia to beauty. Manv a ladvowrvt hpr fresh ness to it, who would rather SAMPLE ROOM, m. ..n j ..tj nut, icn, mayo wnt wu - - Ave. Thatwet of Wlnee Llnnnre. Rer and CunrS. Free Lunch every Saturday evening. 11- dim 1 iMffl if n 8IIKMKB LAW beain Sth July. t. '" ',, , stuaetit" V proved of sluual ne.- "lhi. or eien to pursue their studies at lo P0 School ; snd. to those hM Pg , tfjfe