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FRIDAY. JULY 8. 1885. O My Denvwra tic Dally in trie Klaveath Con greaalonal District. J. W. POTTBR. Bditor axd Publish irnoui tutu or UCX ISUVS OITT iS eenrrr 1 Argu bloc., - . opp. Port pmce. UMCRtrtlO ATI . . l DAILY- femta ir k . feat, dm! morjin,. nmmw tiy itrter to Mjr pan or m i W E KLT-S,0fl per y ear, portage paid. " There are indications tbat the new English government' proposes to fight rather than run, so far as its relations with foreign powers Are concerned. ' Ormkral and Mrs. Logan have for mally begun the campaign of 1888. The general is making his best speeches, and the lady Is smiling her sweetest smiles, We imagine, however, that Mr. Blaine is quite happy.. He is a wise man, and so far as he is1 concerned the Logans are welcome to all they can get.. - . - - If one of Mr. Jay Gould's corpora- tions could nut an editor in iail for libel I In saying that the corporation watered its I r rg,lIU,IIUVIHI, buu x uuua at .UC jeft stock anffrobbfd investors, could ah edi tor put one of Mr. Jay Gould's corpora tions in jail for any similar defamation or offense?" asks the Chicago Current. Probably not. But Mr. Gould U not the sort of man who would ever dream of as sailing anybody in print for the watering of stock or the plundering of investors. Tub Meadville Tribune phrophetically declares that the republican party will run Robert Lincoln for president In 1888. He is the Moses to lead the party from the wilderness, according to the Mead ville paper. , Well, this is newsl What will Logan and Blaine and Evarts and John Sherman say to it? Bob Lincoln is a very good sort of fellow, but his career as secretary of war does not exactly in dicate that he is the timber that presi dents are made of. Moreovei, the day has gone by when a man could be elected to the preshlenoy on his fartber's record. At either Harvard or Yale the average annual cost of maintaining a student now-1 V adays is 11,000. or twice as much as it I cost twentyfive years ago, and it is said that a young man cannot "respectably" go through either of these colleges with any expenditure materially below the sum stated. It is easy to understand how pov erty may handicap and humiliate a youth among a wealthier and faster set and make bis position extremely unoomforta ble. The cost is too high. It imposes a severe strain on the resources of many parents, - or compels them to send their boys elsewhere for an education. This very fact, however, will tend to build up and strengthen the smaller colleges, In the matter of kissing we should re form our manners as a nation. There is altogether too much of it done among us. and unfortunately it is not the baud kiss log of the Germans or the cheek tad brow 1 kissing of the French and Russians. We I make straighway for the lips. Beyond a I shadow of a doubt skin and throat dis-1 eases are communicated by this ''bus pluribus and . omnibus" salutation busi ness. But aside from this it is a vicious custom. Surely there ought to be modut in retme, and people should modify their I transports and content themselves with I the kiss of friendship on the cheek, the I kiss of admiration on the eyes or hair, the I kiss of reverence on the brow, the kiss of 1 gratitude o the hand, or safest of all, I due, and occupied, twelve yeu-s in con the suggestion and not the actuality, by I struction. It was Sysippus who conceived raising one's finger to one's own month. I And let us hope, too, that women will in the catalogue of their "wrongs" include I tbe reprehensible habit forced upon them by society of kissing one coming and go- ine. toucluint et levant. "Shake" is the " I Palm r n, m. hr.1v rtalmj., I kiss. WHAT OF WARD1 What of Ferdinand Ward? He was the chief scoundrel in the villainy that sent old man Fish to Auburn prison. Of course justice would have sent him to prison first. His couviclisu should not be long delayed, aud of course he should get a much longer term. It would be ridiculous to convict the assistant and let the principal go comparatively or alto gether free. The people are watching this case of Ward, as tbey watched the case of Fish. They propose that the chief shal be punished as well as the assistant. Further than that, they want to know why two men can take possession of sev-1 eral millions of stolen money and keep possessidh of it at their royal will. It is well enough to convict Fish. It will be far better to convict Ward aud to restore to its legitimate owners the money which those two men have. Probably Mr. Ward is not excessively happy in his apart ments In Ludlow street; but he has enough stolen money in his personal possession to live luxuriously there, and instead he ought to be in convict's dress alone with the aged ' party who is already thus adorned. BROTHER BLAJHX IB OUT There li a manifest disposition among republicans in wholly unexpected guar - ters to boom John A. Logan for the party nomination in 1888. It is rather early to start a movement of that sort, as it is liable to mature too soon and bv its im - net... m.;v. - ..i i.:.t t ... . au lis rival elements. However, the fun- damenlal purpose of it at present is found in the desir. nf tha nartv to . v, T . can as club for knockinir ont Mr. Blaine The Plumed TT" J l. A . ... a a, I "u,6"' 'r"I am union, out tne republican leaders are , . .... ..h , not inclined to make him their standard bearer. For a presidential candidate there is no urestim in defeat, esner.iallv mt, , . , . . : r ... .utu a ueieai as mat oi last year. . me Spaniards once won a memorable Tictory by bearing into- battle the dead hrwlv nf thoir f '1.1 V.... . . T m . . . . VK uui, uwiius ui iuas son. re not edftilatcd in American politics nowadays. It is true that Mr. Tilden might have been renominated either in 1880 or 1881 had he consented to accept; till the distinction, was proffered to bim, not because he was defeated, but because he was elected and cheated out of the of -. flee. The people desired to vindicate in him the great principle that had been out raged tor the visUinir itaterasan thel Southern "Returning Boards and the elect oral commissioner, and thereby to pillory the thieves whose machinations resulted in the seating of Hayes. Consequently i thin'crceDtion does not effect the general beaten is definitely down and out. John Alexander Logan is receiving a flattering - v.' f .. .I ...... - -,r ure u wuHuu ju.i now. ann ne win, QOUUllesa, be t conspicuous figure in the senate during the next three years. Let him not, however, be unduly elated. The next national convention is a long way off , .1,: h.n.u.nl ' , ' 6 fc vr I in the interval. ALMANAC FOB JOLT. I The sun's right ascension, July 1, was I I f. hn.r. At mlniitu ati-2. MonnA tha " """'i ' , , , right ascension of the mean sun bci eg less by three minutes 24 seconds the difference between solar and mean time. If the stars were' visible in daylight. Sirius would be seen almost exactly un der the sun (the exact time of conjunc tion being Tuesday June SO), while the sun Copella would be seen at the right, or . ... i,n. ... I . The ua rises el 4 :27 and sets at 40,: making the length of the day 15 hours and 13 minutes, and the afternoon 7 minutes longer than the morning, r At 1 o'clock, July 1, the moon is just 15 hours behind the sun. Its time of ris ing is 10:01 and its meridian passage at 3.40 a. m. of the next day. The moon is at ils least distance from the earth July 11th, at midnight, and at its greatest distance on the 24th. in the morning (7:40. The moon occults di'.ring the month 111 almanac stars, all of which are small except Alpha Tauri (Aldcbe ran), over which the moon passes July 9, at 8:20 a. m., nearly. The planet Mars may be seen in the morning, its time of rising being, on July 1, 2:30 nearly. Venus sets at 8:50, or an hour after the sun. Jupiter is still the conspicu ous evening star, and sets at 11:21), At 10 o'clock p. m., July 1, the constella tions Hercules and Corona are on the meridian. Arcturus is at that hour 40 degrees from the meridian to the west and egas 30 degrees from the meridian east, while Regulus (close by Jupiter) is lowlooo, the amount now held for this purp. on thewesUirn horizon. In the east and high up is the Swan (Cygnus), and on the southern horizon, just west of the merid ian, and at the altitude of 22 degrees, is the red-green purple star, Antareo. The celestial dame moves westward, it will be remembered, about a degree, or four min utes of time, in 24 hours. In other words, a star reaches the meridian four mioiitus earlier each evening. COLOSSAL STATUES. It is well that the loftiest statue in the world khould be one erected to liberty. Freedom is the inspiration of the new world and of modern civilization. The highest statue of the ancient world was a colossal statue of Nero reared in honor of despotism and to glorify the vulgarest and most contemptible despot that ever disgraced the earth. The marble image of the imperial brute who murdered his own mother was 120 feet high. Ameri can liberty s great statue represents a newer and a belter civilization. The Ne- ros and their images are no more. The Colussus of Rhodes was a brazen statue to Apollo, 105 feet high. As it was erected to express gratitude to the tutel' ary deity of Rhodes, It was reared to sus peretilion. It was the work of the pupil of the renowned Sysippus Chares of Hin the idea of fashioning Mount Athos into an image of Alexander the Oreat. A folly so colossal was in no danger of continua- lion.. The Rhodes Colossus called one of the Seven Wonders of the World was toonled over bv an earthauake after! 1 - 1 stamlinff flftv air VMM A f ninA Mill. I turies had elapsed the fragments of the statue were sold to a Jew and removed on the backs of 900 camels, from which it is inferred that the metal weighed 720,- 000 pounds. The statue was, of course, hollow, and had a winding stairway as cendin? to the top. Among other great statues, there is now standing one at Arona. on Lake Mag- giore 60 feet high and resting on a pedes tal 40 feet in height It waa erected in honor of San Carlo Borromeo. The head, feet and hands are made of bronze.. Ham. mered copper on a column of masonry compose the figure. There is room for three persons in the head and one in the nose. There was completed by Schwanthaler In 1850 an ideal statue of "Bavaria" for Munich. This bronze colossus is CI 1-2 feet in height without the pedestal. . It is an object of great interest to Bavarians and to all Visitors. The Olympian Jupiter, by Phidias, was Bfl feet kloh nnthMih.tnri;nr, ib 1 """-"""""Si """J"" tic god is represented in a silliug pos ture. It was composed of ivory and gold. Probably no more marvellous work of art was ever created by man. The colossal Minerva, of like material,' executed by Phidias for the Parthenon, was 89 leet high. Statues rangine from thirty to six- tT feet, in height were numerous in liaby 1 lon and in the ancient cities of India and Egypt and in the cities and the islands of Greece. . They at one time abounded in ti m, .a..., . Rome- "hey were erected to the heathen 1 deities or to the not less heathen rulers and ennoiiror of the esrih ThM oreat - - " w"rKS " uve doou inspireu oy 1 8ome 'orm ' religion or were created to Cratifv the selfish ambition of oowerful I men. -P,nml ,! ,..fl Tl,,.0 itmauwuaw viva tuiu, irvniiui a ucbv cat w I the three attributes of that great medi- cine, Mishler's llerb Bitters, that have tePl " before the public as a universal f l" "B"'7 wenl' J. I ing wuica period its reputation as an agent of health has not been denied. The little daughter ot W. F. Hale, Jackson, WM 8lven UP 10 le of cholera infan As a last resort Mishler's Herb Bit I mm, ters was tried, the arrest of the disease was instant, and recovery quickly fol lowed. The sporting Duchess of Montrose en ters her horses at races under the name of "Monsieur Mtnton.". 1 - , i .Hunt's Remedy purifies the blood by I assisting the kirlneva to carrv off all im. purities. YOUR UNCLE'S BOOKS. SOME'tACTS CULLED FROM THE NATIONAL BALANCE SHEET. What tha Bis; Ledajet Show a to Avail able Caah, Cold Fund, Dad'a Dollar, and Aannal Herat pU and Dtetsaraamatsta.' WasHixstoif Citt, July 8. The June debt statement, Issued Wednesday, closes the account of the government for the fiscal year ending Tuesday. Tha decrease in the debt reported for the year is, In round nuui- bera, tG5.5OU.O00. Large as this sum ap- pears it is far below that for either of he Ave- oretedinsr years. the . average- for which was nearly $118,000,000. An examination of the col- umn of interest beariug debt shows tbat the I .1 -1 I . !,) . ruot"J" ,l vu " w "V li. uk U . 1 .. ..... ... H ,h. An which interest has ceased was $15,601), 000. There has beea no change in the figures of the boaded debt since November Inst, uo call for 3 per cent, bonds having beet, made since that date. The available balance now held is nearly $173,000,000, ami considerable inquiry has been made lat-Jy at the department by members of congress to learn what som it is deemed necessary to accumulate before the point is reached at which bonds may be called. tlu H,, nr.temil bonds, with $173,000,000 available cash, contrast eo sharply with the policy hereto fore pursued, and under which the bonded debt has heeu so largely reduced, tbat it is beginning to arrest public attention and to challenge criticism, The available balance now on hand is the largest ever held by the treasury. Compared with Jan. 1, 1ST. I, when specie payment was re sumed, it phows an increase of $:i0,0i0,000, and the gold fund not covered by outstand ing certificates was then only $111,000,000, whereas it ts now over $130,000,000. Ac cording to the new form of statement adopted by Treasurer Jordon, after deduct ing all outstanding liabilities, $100,000,000 for reserve and $32,000,000 for "unavailable assets," the net balance is nearly $41,000,000. The gold fund continues to increase, anl the amount now held is over $'J47,000,IKIO, against which there are certificates out standing amounting to $ld,7JU,T:io, a re duction of nearly $2,000,000 in certificates, and an increase of nearly $5,000,000 in net gold since June 1. The silver dollars held number 156,413,113. an increase during the month of about a, 300,000. The silver eer tlfhtes outstanding amount to $1U1,530, 040, a decrease of $H 500,000 (or the month. Since March 1 the treasury has gained nearly $24,000,000 of net silver dollars, and tost $7,000,000 in net gold. During the year there has been a decrease in the amount of bonds held by the treasury to redeem national bank notes of f 'J3,0tW, " The aggregate receipts for the twelve months show a falling off of S2o,000,000, compared with the preceding twelve months, ot which loss $14,003,000 come) from customs, and $9,000,000 from internal revenoe. I he expenditures for the year hist closed also compare unfavorably with those for the preceding year, being in excess of the latter $13,600,000. The annexed table shew the receipts and and expenditures for the Usual years ending June 30, 13S4 and 185: Receipt 18S5.- 1884. Customs $181,110,771 Slfl5,ti.:r Internal revenue.. lli.VIO.SiM 121,530.0 :i Miscellaneous 2S,l0,68l 81,806,308 Total $:!22. 5!ia. 77fi $Ji48, M9, 87 1 Expenditures Ordinary . ...$15.100.1,194 ... 5H3i;i.7;!tl ... 51 :isr.5rj $im,m 3 tensions . . Interest.. Total . 55,429,228 54,578, U78 .$2ttt,7!S.4.VJ f244.120.244 Kacee at Cblcagn and Brighton Beach. Chicaho, July 3. The following event came off at Washington park Thursday: First race, mile; Tartar first Estrella second, Jim Gray third; time, 1:03. Second race, 1 mile; Modesty first, Jim Douglass second, Kate Fletcher third ; time Third race, IV miles; Free Inee first, Vo lante second, Trouliadour third; time, 209. New York. July K. Brighton Beach turf record: First race, 3 mile; Broughton first, Evat second, Lucy Lewis third; time, l:17lV Mecond race, mile; Inconstant first Wandering second, Joe ti third; time, 1:19. Third race, mile; Joe Sawyer first, Altierto second, Ressie 11. third; time, 1:18. Fourth race, 3 miles; Fosters! first, Qen. Monroe second, 1 loyal Arch third; time, S:Hfl)v Fifth race, 1 mile; Florence M. first, Hyson Crows second. Three Cheers third; time, l:40)t'. BASE BALL. League base ball games were played Wednesday as follows: At Chicago Boston . Chicago S4; at Buffalo Providence 5, 1 u..r..iA a. a T ikii i T . i. ; , o. I Games were played- as follows by Amer- ican association cluos: At iul.-.ville Louisville 4, St Louis ' 1; at Pittsburg Pittsburg 11, Cincinnati 9; at Baltimore Brooklyn 4, Baltimore 8; at Philadelpbio Metropolitans 12, Athletics 1L Manning Stands by Civil Service lleform. Washinoton Crrr, July S. Secretary Manning learned the facts in the Kellnr only Thursday morning.' Be at once sent - for Kellnr, appointed him to a ' clerkship, andset him at work. Kellar is an Ohio man who having been certified by the cavil -service commission, was refused his 'appointment by First An ditor Chenowith on the ground that be was distasteful to Congressman Warner and other Democrats in his home district It is asserted that Mr. Manning stated emphat ically that be would npdold the civil-service law. Notable Nuptial. Concord, Mass., July 3. Florence Hoar, niece of Senator Hoar, was married Wednes day to Moses Bradford, of Springbeld, Mass. Ainoug tbe fiiests were Senators Hoar and kvarta. and Mrs. Kainu Wakio Kmsraon. I Paralysed r the l.lrhtnli.ir. I Boffalo, N. Ym July S Reports from voth-us points in southern ana western Xew I Vnrlr witr. rlatnila nt H.m... I,.ct Bund ay by on of the worst storms of lightning and thunder that has ever visited this region. A Waterloo dispatch says that near Cayuga Lake, in Seneca ounty, two men warn milking a number of cows, when a bolt btruck among tbe cattle, killing seven of the animals in- stantly. The men were thrown from their milking stools and paralyzed by the light niug. Their escape from death was narrow. In Stenham and Yates counties tbe storm was severe. W bile fifty bead or cattle were huddled under maple tree during the torn. near the bon. of William Wiley a mile from Springvills, h.rie county, tbey gtrnck by lightning and nineteen of them were killed. , I During the rainstorm in tha Mohawk val I ley.Bondayaftarnoon.a cloud burstoccurred neBr Ame8 flooding the town, carrying I away cows, pigs and trees, washing out grae"8, uooaing reaaenosa, nreaamg away a milldam and working general destruction. Nothing so severe has ever been known in that vicinity before. The damage is placed at several thousand dollar. Going to Blangthar tha Whole Gaug. Hew York, July Mrs. Dudley was ordered Thursday to be confined in the state insane asylum at Middle ton, N. Y, until pronounced sane. . Before ah was brought up a crazy Irish woman made her way into the court corridor ana stigmatized tne trial as a farce and tried to get into the court a she said, for the purpose of killing Judge Gildersleeve and Assistant District Attorney Nicoll and Mr Dudley. She was placed under arrest and committed for examina tion as to her sanity. Ullfe Tlevereax Blake's Daughter Mjrrled New Yobjt,.. July JL Miss Elizabeth Blake, daughter of Mrs. Li Hie Devereus Blake, was married Wednesday eveuuig to John Beverly Bobiaseo, a young architect HE DREW HI3 TRUSTY 6 LADE. I ensatloa la the Philadelphia Camp Shameful Treatment of Woman. Philadelphia, July 8. The dreary life at the camp was relieved somewhat Wednes day night by a little sensation which re sulted in an officer of the vidting soldiery drawing his sword' on Capt. .Chasteau, of the Park guard. About dusk Wednesday evening the men over at the Kentucky camp were amusing themselves throwing one of their companions up in a blanket. They kept this sport np with some hilarity until a woman came along and began making jocular remarks to the men. 8me of tbeni for a joke picked her -up and threw her into the blanket She was tossed in the most shameless and merciless manner for nearly a half hour, and then allowed to go. The woman, with bar cloth ing nearly torn off, made the be st of her way to Belmont mansion, and Immediately informed Capt Chasteau, of the park guard, of 1 er treatment It was toward 10 o'clock w ben the victim of the blankst scene observe.1 a private seated at one of the tables, whom she thn--rfc. fhn recoguiie.1. The woman then poiiiteJout Cnpt John B. Curtis, of the In- diannpolitt light artillery, and emphatically declared that he was one cf her assailant. Capt Curtis, who in every probability is innocont entirely of the charge. Hushed up and roso from his table. Capt Chasteau told bim to consider him -eld under arrest, and endeavored to take him in charge. Pulling away from Vie park guarl, Capt. Curtis, in a flush of anger, draw his sword from the senbhard and prepared to defend himself. Capt Chasteau took hold of him and he en deavored to break away, and for a time the greatest confusion prevailed. t't Clias- tenn was streck in the face, aud some of the militiamen, manifesting disposition to prevent Capt Curtis from be ing arrested, he callo.l on the citizens for assistance. The prisoner finally recovered his nelf-pnsaessliia and was taken in custody to the guard house at Belmont landing. A magistrate was sent fur, and Capt Curtis was bound over in $IVI0 jail on the chargo of assault with intent U) kilL Bail was fnrnishod, Bnrned'the rrlnrlpal I'art or tlie aowu. Milwaukee, July 3. A Journal Peshtigo (Wis.) special says the principal part of that town on the west side f the river sixteen business places, including three hotels burned Wednesday. Ijur $1;iO,000; insur ance about ono-thinl. The principal loser were W. A. Ellis, the Odd Fellows, R. P. Philbrook, Origy hotel, James O'Leary, J. K. Coukllug, P. Duket, Joseph U'ar and J. Mong. A Banian-Lee Hippodrome. Toronto, Ont, July a The Hanlne-Lee race Wednesday had every appearance of being a mere hippodrome affair to draw a crowd to a certain pleasure resort I. was no match for Hanlan, who txk thing! easily. During the affrrnoon Hanlan "walked on the water" for several hundred yards, using shoes of his own invention. which are merely air-tight bores (our feel long by nine inches broad. The Kxport of Mineral 0:1a. Washington Cm", Juno . The buisat of .statistics reports tbat during the eleven months ended May 81, IS85, t here were ex ported from the United State .S20, 858,224 gallons of mineral !ils valued at (45.5S3. OCa This amount is nearly $4.O00,00t greater tban the value of oils expnriod dur inir the same period in 184, THE NEW3 IN BRIEF. Rev. Dr. Walsh will be consecrated la Home as archbishop of Dublin. rour thousand boxes of cheese were sold at Buffalo, N. Y., Wednesday, at 7 oents. Silica March 1 last, 2,475,000 bogs were packed In tbe west, of which number Chi cago contributes l,JiXI,000. At McKeosport, Pa., Black Bros., who have been drilling for eras, struck oil Wednesday at a depth of 1,600 feet In the White House the visiting cards are saved and sold for waste paper. In the month of May there were 6,000 cards. Estimates of the coming Minnesota and Dakota wheat crop place the same at 34. 000,000 and 24,000,000 bushels respectively. Bawditch, Stilling & Co, wholesale mil linery of Boston, failed Wednesday, and are negotiating a compromise with their credi tors. At Itoston, Charles f. IStevens was sen tenced to four years and a half in prison for stealing $20,000 in bonds from a box in a de- ptniit vault The Hun. Reuben Ellwood, member of congress from the Fifth Illinois district, died at Ins residence in Sycamore of cancer, eclnesdsy. The legislatures which are to lie elected within the next year will elect twenty-five United States senators, and "business, has already commenced. 1 Lord Salisbury threatens to resigu tbe British premiership on the first signs of de liberate obstruction by the Radicals to the necessary business of parliament Dispatches from St Paul intimate that tbe Chicago. Milwaukee & St Paul railroad has absorbed the Fargo Southern railroad, running from targo to Ortonvllle. Adolph B. SpreckeU. charged with assault with attempt to murder M. lL De ounr. proprietor of The San Francisco Chronicle, was acquitted by a jury Wednesday. Forest fires are destroying valuable tracts of timber in the great Egg Harbor swamp m INew Jersey. 1 wo tobacco factories at Liberty, Va., burned, with a loss of $&,0u0 lue Atiis iaunoi cas uisoovered in a church at Herat Arabia, a manuscript of tbo gospels at bt Matthew aud St Mark, written in uncials of silver on purple vel- kim, of the date of the sixth century. The Cinchiuati board of publio works Wednesday awarded to Coffin it Stanton, Now York, $2,0!0,ro of 4 per cent bonds, onl. re I lo be is iu l fir granite-block pav ing.at their bid ot $1.26 k r ?l,000 premium. Thomas J. llult.y, of Uostoii, has resigned the pusition of superintendent of the North Bud Industrial school to go to England and look after tbe Churchill estate, valued at $ i.r,00it, 000, of which he i,onsofthe eight heirs. , i iio Mexican central Kailn-ay company has been onicially notinsd by the govern ment that It must comply strictly with the U.rms of its concession i, mo t not is ue spec ial through rate from the United States, and must not rut under the Mexican tariff freight The breaking of a rope in Van Amberg's circus at Albany, N. Y., Tuesday, precipi tated Liottio VV eston, "the woman with the iron jaw," and her cannon to the ground. Mrs. Weston falling on the gun, crushing in her forehead, and receiving other severe injuries. The flour pioluction of the Minneapolis mills the past week was 137,500 barrels, against 89,293 barrels for the preceding week and 108,300 barrels for the correspond ing period in IBs. All tne mills are pre paring to shut down, owing to the inaugura tion of repairs to the canal. In the matter of the refusal of Judge Ilowland to accept the receivership of the 1 oledo, Cincinnati & St Louis road, Mr. Quigley, chairman of the bondholders' com mittee, notifies the court that unless Mr. D. H. Conkling, of tbe Illinois Midland road, i- appointed he will abandon the properly. -' 100 POSES ONE DOLLiK Is separately connected with Hood's Sara- aparilla,- and is true of no other medi cine. It is an unanswerable argument as to strength and economy, while thous ands testify to its superior blood purify ing and strengthening qualities. A bottle of Hood's Saisapariila contains 100 doses and will last a month, while others will average to last not over a week. - Hence, for economy, buy Hood's Sarsapnrilla. There is to bo a total eclipse of tbe sun on Sept. D of tbe present year. Tbe only land from which tbe phase of totality will lie visible is tbe shore of Cook's Strait, in I New Zealand. Many a victim to Bright's Disease has I been restored to sound health by Hunt s I Remedy. TIIE NOBLE RED MAN. HE IS REPRESENTED AS HONING FOR WHITE SCALPS. Colorado Settlers Demanding Protection I from the State Because They nave au faith lu I'ncle Sam's Very Tliin Bine Line. U , : : s ; ; l rL.; ; ;j Hi Denver, Cola. July a Governor Eaton received tha following telegram Thursday morning from a ranchman living near Dur- ango: J lie settlements on the Mancos and Dolores are threatened by the Indians, and the peo ple ai very much alarmed.' Some ot toe people are moving their families out for greater safety and others who are unable to move ore sleeping In the sase brusn, rearing their houses would be burned aud their families massacred. The citixens are net Mitlieiently armei, neither have they am munition, xe-terday a detail guarding hor-essaw an ludian scout within two miles of the valley. Ihe people have no confi dence in the United States military. We 1 demand state protection, arms and ammu nition. 1 was lnetrucle:l by citizens ot Mancos to make this demand. M. T. Mokkis. Some days eg.) Governor Euton sent In spect General Keardon and Adit Gen. Taylor to tbe scene of trouble to investigate j and report Wednesday morning the gov ernor received tbe following telegrams; Dl'RANOO, Colo., July 212:10 a, in. 10 thk Uovkunok ov COLORADO: Think you ought to send by to-morrow liy express to nurango'juu 4:-caiuier rines; also ammuni tion. Have just got in from Rico, where tbev have U.OoO rounds and forty rilles, and are ready to start without delay, if called. there is every indication of war. 1 think tho city company ought to be directed to hold itself, read y for orders. The Hi company will have to come mounted. Have seen the agent. He is afraid of trouble. Uulck, decided ac tion may save the state large expense and many live Signal nres are reported on the mountains on the Dolores and Slanuos. The bucks are alone and mounted with spars animals and are otf the reservation. 1. w. KEARUON, Inspector General. DrRANOO, July 21 a. m. To Gov ernor Eaton: Ju-t arrived at midnight rind trouble may occur at any moment. Telegraph immediately to president. Will wiiteyouln morning. r. A. 1 SVIX1R, Ad iutnnt OeneraL The governor says he will make further investigations before telegraphing to tbe presideut Ir. Hurk' Utile iamn. PrrrsBURd, July S Dr. James P. Buck, who a year ago was the lion of fashionable society, was placed on trial Weduesday for highwoy robbery. His accuser is Frederick Alpert, an insurance broker, who says that Bask induced him to go through a lonely piece of woods one night o:i tha pretext of taking bim to the hou-e of a man who wanted to get insured. On the way Alpert was attacked by two footpads and robbed of a large sum of money. Buck pretended to have also been robbed, but strong evi dence is presented to show that be bad pre arranged the whole affair, and that he shared with the footpads the proceeds of tbe robbery. Buck is said to . have been en- zaeed in similar practices for years. Ho livexl in luxurious style. lteuipea Neckties for Three. Chicago, July S. Five Italians have been on trial here for the past week for the mur der of a fellow countryman, named Piiillippo Caruso, several weeks ago. The murder was a peculiarly atrocious one, the victim lieing enticed into a chair on the pretense of being shaved, aud while in that position stranglod with a piece of ropo. His body was then put into a trunk and sent to Pitts. burg, where it was discover! and led to the apprehension of the mnrder- ers. The trial cam9 to a close Wednes day. Two of the accused men Bove and Marcurio were acquitted. Tho throe othors Golar.lL Rilvestri and Aiiari were convicted, tlie verdict providing that tho penalty be death. (rant's Iteblllty Increasing. Mount MiXIbeoor. N. Y., July 3 Gen. Grant keit bis room Thursday morning, having bad a passable nibt It was some time after midnlglit when ho fell asleep. He remained quiet until daylight, needing no attention from the doctor, although ho was somewhat wakeful. Thursday was a beautiful balmy day. The temperature did not rise higher than TO de grees. lr. Uonglas said tbat tbe general could not come out of the house before 2 o'clock, aud it was doubtful if he left the house. This may be construed as a fair in- dication of what the past few days bare done toward debilitating tne general The President Can Not He There. Law hence Kan., July S l'rebiJeut I Cleveland has receiva l many pressing in-1 vi tn tions to attend tbe Bismarck fair, but. as will be wen by the following, ha will not visit Kansas this fall: ExRcvrrvic Mansion, Washington. June I 27. ISS5. To Hon. Hidney Clark. Law renoe, Kaa My Dkar Sir; Th president directs ma to chads ynu tor tne rnandly in terest mantreata in your tetter of tne iKd int, and to say that to htm it Is matter of 1 regret that ho will I unable to accopt tlie I natwrin inviuiuon- i:e nas received to vtsit I Ivansai in Nptember next ery truly. lANtEt. fx. Lamont, I riYato secrtttary. TtinmiAu 1 SutUtttMl wttii 4't Trlaiid. CiNClNNAti. Ohio. July Senator Thur man is repor W man afternoon papr ej saying: "J do nut think any Kara preaiuent I ould make changes in olH 's innw rapidly I than Mr. Cleveland, kn done. It matters not whether the admiui-tnUiou bn popular I or not, so !ng as it (Ue rishtanJ just.1 W ben aked if be would accept a unanimous I nomination for govornor, Mr. Thuriuaa I sanl : It will rivi t inn. in. J here is I plenty of pood Democratic timber without my troubling iiiyseifany nutre with pt-di-l tioa." Took Pfwam.lun r III. Ortlca. Chicaoo, July S Wnr a.il Mush took pmswsiou,of H.n. A. M. J . xt' olllcinl Rh Wndmwnay morning at 1:1 o'cloflc. He I annouiutn .that it i t.i intention to appoint I to tu poitinu of assistant deputy Air. Carl ll.rtinp, tlie Siriii(;'i vorrespoiKlaiit of I Tli Stahl .iiluntf. wbu i a I ritrht snO paliN HiHii. .llll Ilr 4..1r - Mutber't I BOSTOS, July S. IJa Mnrger, a?ed 15, adopted daugbtcr of Miv Josie Murger, eiopea Aluiiaay nigut witu a youna man I whosa acquaintance bli had made at a rollei rink, rlhe took (OOU worth of jewelry b. kmgmx to bar foster-mother. i Will Ineiti(ral Trad. I)preiilon. London, July 8. The government has decided to appoint a royal commission to in vestigate the causes c( th. present deprea-1 sion oi trade and agricultural interests 1 throughout England, Getting Horn. All the Tim Madrid, July 8. Repoi-ts from tha in fected districts place the total number ot I deaths from cholera, Wednesday, at 089, and the number of new case at A CARD. To all who are suiTerirjg from the errors 1 and indiscrctiona of youth, nervous weak ness, eariy decay, loss of manhood, &c, I I will send a recti that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy wn diwovered by a missionary in South America. $rnd a self addressed envelope I to tbe Hkv. Joseph T. Ink an. Station D, New i ork City. . A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty ; , but it is a part Every lady may nave it ; at least, what looks like it Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. , . ili NOW t-To-FAIL?,. itYrtrrjiilrtr'tfl 30 YEARS RECORD. CTTBE9 Physicians' Testimony. A. W.Brown, MJ).,of Providence, ALL - ' DISEASES E. L, says: "I have used Hunt's Kidney and Liver BiasDT in my practice for the past sixteen years, and. cheerfully recommend it as OF TUB KIDNEYS LI v sea BLADDER being a toft and reliable remedy." AND tram asy Another prominent doctor of ORGANS Providence says that "1 am fre DHOP8T quently urged to use other prepara tions as subslil u tee for U unt's ( Kid nevand Liver I Kfsf.dt. I And on OEAVEL DIABETES BHIOHT9 tryini; them that they are Worthless DIS EARS in comparison lo 1U" PAINS IN THE SACK LOINS OR bide ' Aa Old Lady. "My mother, 75 years old, has chronic kidney complaint and .drop sy. Nothing has ever helped her like Hunt's Kidney and Liver Remedy. She has received great benefit from 8 bottles and we think it will core her." W. W. Sunder laud, lluilder, Banbury, Coun. A Minister's Wife. Kev. Anthony Atwood, of Phila delphia, says: "Hunt's (Kidney snd Liver hiMKDT has cured my wife of Dropsy in Its worst torn. All say that it is a miracle." NERVOUS DISEASES RETENTION OR NON- RETENTION OP URINE. PRICE si. as. 8endfcr General ( hare. Genera f'Uace of Hhode Island says: "I always keep Hunt's Kid ney and Liver Remept in my bouse. Taken in email doers occs sioually at night, it prevents head ache, and regulates the kidneys, Pamphlet of Tem momali. iirNT VEMRBV CO., Prevldraee, K. 1. stomach aud other organs." 10 'Disease soon shaken, by Hunt's Remkdt taken t N. ( ItirrKNTUN, N. V., Veneral Aient. 7 i01SII10; E For the hentUt of sufft-ring humanity, and in heartfelt gralimde at ttie wondeifiil result. deem it only my duty to give this un olicited tes timony in favor of Swift'M Specific. My wife has been i.fllicted with hereditary Kczema or S It Rheum from her infancy. It has increased in in tensity with each succeeding faring, and being somewhat skilled in med cine myself, I tried every remedy I could think of for years Sart?a- parilla combined with e-ery form of Poutiae, and hundreds of other remedies, lo ium and alkali washes of every kind known, but they all gave only trm)Mrary relief. Dnrinir the oprinc of !S8t her lower ertronv iiiew became so inllamed and tore that she wa- ehliired to keen them constantly coated with covt-rihfc of "Fuller's Earth' mixed wet and al lowed to dry on. Anions other things she was afflicted with a periodical nervous. headache, oc rurrinir reyulariy every seven days, sometimes to 1 lowed y an intermittent lever for weeks at a time, st that her life became a burdento her. Tlu snnnif i determined she should lake. 8. H, S. ami follow strictly the directions in regard lo dose. diet. etc. This was alat seven weeks arro. After lakine tbu first lare bottle the disease deemed to increase; Ihe huruni, itching and in namniatuni became unttearatue. Mie, however. Itersevered in the uce of the medicine. After ta iins tlie second Ixtttlethe inilammalion Im'Shii t 'iibside. After the thirh txttle the intlamnintion disaimearert. and sore siktts dried up and turned white and scaly, and uually sne nrusiieil tnem on in an lmpnlpahle white powder resembling pure salt. Mie is now taking tbe-stxtu bottte, three ta lilespoonfu's . four times taily. Every appear ance of the disease has gone, and her Hesh is be coming soft, white aud smooth at:ain ; and what is tm ire, her periodical nendacnes tiavo disappeared and she i now. at 53 years of aye. enjovini? the only guod health she has known for upwards of 40 years. jno wonder she declares with emphasis that evrry nott e of 8. M. S. is worth a thousand times its weight in gold. Am further infonnalion rencennn? her case ill be cheerfully piven by herself at her resi deuce, YX Mullett etoeet. er by me. JoUN l. BKAI1.KY, 4HiriswoM St. Detroit, Mich., May 1G, 1SSP. Ie sure and ct the genuine, and send for Trea tise on Blood and Skin Diseases free. For sale by all drug'iriets. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlata, (ia. IWW.Wd St.,N. V. MOTHER Used herbs in doctoring the family .and her simple remedies lilli vt KB in most cases. 'Without the use of herbs, medical science would be powerless; urn yet ine tendency oi me times is to neglect the bent of all remedies lor those powerful medicines that aerioualir in jure the system. ISHLER'S TIERS a ir acombinationof valuable herbs, care lully compounded from the formula of a regular thysician, who used this pre scription largely iu his private practice with (rreat success. It is not a drink.but a medicine lined by many physicians. S-It is invaluable for ItYSl'ICfSIA, Af WJVf.r and LiriiH COMI'LAISTH, KEHVOI'H EXHAVSTIOX, WEAK NESS, IXDKiESVlOX, !.. and while curing will not hurt the system. Mr. C. J. Rhodes, a well-known Iron man of Safe Harbor, Pa., writes : "My son wa. completely nrortrated by fever inrl mie. Quiuinft ami irarka tli.l him no Rood. I th Brat for Mmhl. rV Hi rb Bittera and m a short time the boy van quite well." "E. A. Schellentrager, Dmpglat, 717 St. Clair Street, Cleveland, O., writes : Your liittera, I ran Bay, aud do ray, are pre ecrlliprt hy some of thpolduetaiiduioiiti'roniuitait utiysicuuiBin our city." MISnLEB HEBB BITTEBS CO.. G25 Commerce St., Philadelphia. , Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup Never Fails NERVOUSOEBIUTY ILAHRIS't IWlAMOnUWNKKI IkH'jiy.and numnrous Jl DUMCureoiwafMW. but. llinelh) nkitled nhr -ifijirm. rtu.ii it fmm lOuthful indiM-rntion. A RA.DICM.CURC FOfl tT f rwt lulnlt?(Bt?fl. or NERVOTJS over brain work. Avoid DEDILITT.I tiic iniptniunn pivtrn lioim iruKdicf fur thrs Irtiuhlot. Gf I iir Frr Qrgsnic Weakness,! CirciilaratidTriftl frk. sff.Rri'i karn import mil & PHYSICAL, im u ix'ii're ukiiim mi mcnt clo'h?re. Tke a M:!tr: Kf utMYthatlufl DECAY. InYounp; MlddieH CUItt U IhouiituU, dtx-i ittt intrrfrrc wtLh tltoi lion ta tmiim-H, or rnuia tp;ea mini. Tfsttd fob oven Six j Years bv use m many 1 Cmy wr FoiKk4 on 1 Thousand cs I , "TJwp n THOUSAND CASCS. By ltm1appltctii-io to tin- eest r-1 iliit'ifie iti ppeltto inflruTK it felt wiiii-jot delsy. Theaat 'AT functiontiof the bn FACKACge TREATMBKT. Ttm uiimatitisT flfnwnti of lif. which liiTt btn TtstwlQrt?civenbrk.itul llw pttit'iittMToiwirru'tr i'dI and ranidlv mini both On. Month, - (3 ootf Two Monttia, . e.ooi HARRIS REMEDY CO.. rFCCNCHTl "ww n pt Dr. JJUIH. JT. "J. VVJJ CrIViJ Vmsi VHIAls apl-dw1y " WATKINS & HILL, Dealers In Dry and, Green Wood VUl alto attend to Danllug of all slnda OBce at yards, comer of th street on Molice venue. Telepnone Telephone Mo. 1U7; orders may be eft at either iilace nrt.is-dlf C. P. SWANS01S, Contractor and Builder, GRAM NVU No. 2121 4th Ave., Residence, No. Sae Seventh Avenue, ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS. RAILROAD METARLe; ClIICAUO. U0CK ISLAM) A 'ACllj Tim Tabu jon1. 1884 v and raoa cbicaso. LIH Arr,. Fat Express snd Man,. g-n. . m . - I sy Kipret.it Kl lsTr ? l-si Sight a, press...... '. : ,j ' P. n. Liui.ted prees ...::.::::i,5;;s;: to and raoa kansah citt fcl" - T:IKJp."'. Soja "' to ani. t ro council li-p " Uuiitcdpre.. rl; to ano prom MIKm(,T1 v' ' Albert Le Express 5:40 p.m. s TO AND rS0M DIS MOIKI,. " " ' 1 "'' "Pre"- 8 80 a.m. ' . t Depot, .Mnline Avenue. 6.(10 p. A. KIMBALL, K.feT.JK General Snp't. Gen. Tlrku i. ' . J. F. COOK, ASent, hork laTrt " ' tillCAUO, HI RLIMJT0S & (H lN j St. Loots Kxpn-ufi :5i)a awr inif rasM.n15.-r TmiA.a Stcrlnit; Accomiiioilation.il :.tII a a St. Louis Fast Ei H fHi p ' Denver & Ban. Citr Bx... 4 ui r 6 tH ;:,. i ir, P g H- 1- MAI K, -f!il. nn.. ((! 11:5.', in, 6::i '.lnB Ai-u; I1ICAG0, H1L AlKEK i ST. BOCK ISLAND TR4rs. Leaves 8:15 am Arm. ..11:ir, oiti ft. Accom. :0ll p in " Ft. & Arcom B:30am Fly'gDiitch'n6:45sm e. i). i?. holme. R01K I!SUD&PE0BIA RA1LWU. n. nu un IU1HI MAST AND W'i LflVI . ' Mail and Kx 1 :Mi p. . ,' Accoiiimoiiation, 7;15 p. M a r f way rre)gnt 8:(Ia. a. ... ; liepot Twentieth atrret. ROCK ISLAM) t MEItCER ((., IL ASHIVI. S:ir,,. H'Aia. a Hail , . 8:10 a. a. . 4-iKI r m AiToihiiiiHlation.. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE RAILWAY COMPANY. It owns and oneratea iw-nrlv R ihhi oimlily equipped road in lllit,oi, Wiacuimin Iuw, iKt,incpu niju uaaoia. It is tlie Short Line and Boat Home be. iwcen an principal points in the North west and Far West. For nm8. time tahteg. rnti. ,,f freieht, eic, apply to the neare?t Hiatkm lii.m f me Chicago. Milwaukee 4 St. Paul hailviavw to any railroad atrent siiyhere id Hie In titates or Camilla. R. MILLEK, A. V. II. CARPENTEK, Geu. PaBj. It Tkl An GEO. H. IlEArTORlJ, Ass't Gin. PaBB. Ap. General Manager, , P. TUCKER, AR't 'Jen'l Manager, MI1.WAI BCE, WlM'OXSIN. tBFor notices in reference to fneiial Girm siotis, changes of lime, andotlier ib me of iiiiiri-i in con net I ion with the thiiaao, Milwaukee 4 St Paul Knilway, please refer to Hie local culuunie ul til i? t aper. giCKimsifiOfiii SnoBTEHT BOUTS To TIIE EAST AND SOUTH . Trains leave Rock lalauA l.no a. m. Way Freight. S.45 Kast Kxprena. 1.40 p. m. Mail and Eijirefn 6.5H " Throngn Freight and AccnmrauastioL Trains arrive at Rock Inland: 4.30 a. m. Thronnh Freight and Accoiuniodatioi, 12.15 p. m. Mail and Kxprens. 5.1U " Fanl Express. 4.110 ' Way Freight. The Fast Kxfkess, leaving Rot a Island at .l .. m. arrives at Peoria l'i.'ii n. m at uriuuE.-lit 1.35 p. m., at llecaliir 4.0llp. m., Jackiomillu 7.'i p. in., Alton 7.2(1 p.m., St. Louis S.lSp. m., ami Terre Haute 11..V) p. m.. The Same Day. Makiur this the Bbot and (uicKE8T ronte to all pomi oittheast. The l.:W p.m. Irajn makes close connect ion ni Galva with c. 1. & y. for jioiiits west ; arriving ' Galesburg at p. m., at Burliiurlon 6.40 p. iu.. at tveoKua ju.za p. in., anu at uuincy 1U.II5 p. m. Arriving at Peoria at 6.3u n. m.. inakiiiL' cii"-' connections with the 1. B. it W. aud T. P. A W for IinlianaHilis, coniiecling there with all fw trains for the east and sonih. IWFAST T1MK SURE tXINNBCTltIN'!. n rates as low as ny any other route. It. n. I AUL.H, A. rl. JHIIK 1 i.t , Gea'l Supt. Gen'l Tkt. Agt. The 6 50 p. m. Accommodation leaves every d& except snnilay. The Line selected by the i!. ?. Ccv'. to carry the Fast Mai Th Only Through Lin, with its own tuck, btwfl CHICAGO, PEORIA or St. LOUIS AND DENVER Either by way of OftWi, Picifia Juoc'ion, Atch.itm Ksnu City. It tuvws at( of tti Sirrt, ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, KANSAS, COLORADO With branch lin to their import.nt c.n.i rd ,'y,n It run day in in. year liom on. lo lf. ei, I wuippad tniough tiaina 0.i its own ttacln b.t" Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omaha, Chicago and Council Bluffs, Chicago and St. Joseph, Chicago and Atchison, Chisago and Kansas City, Chicago and Topcka, Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago and Dubuquo, Chicago and Sioux Cit), Peoria and Council Bluffs, Peoria and Kansas City, Peoria and St. Louis, St. Louis and Omaha, St. Louis and St. Pa"' St. Louis and Rock Island, St. Louis and Chicago, Kansas City and Denver, Kansas City and St. Pau"i Kansas City and Omaha, Kansas City and Burlington. 0irc Conn.ctior mad. at a.ch ol m J.""" with Through Train to and liom point '"'w OT branch... ..M.nl it At wk of h. ..! E..t.. and V" conn.cl. in Gt.nd Union Dpm .J! and tiom all po.nl. In tho Unit.J St.t. i" It is tha Principal Lino to , u.nisa San Francisco. Portland and City of iJ Ticliots, Ratos, G.n.i.l ln(orm.t.on. ate , ! tho Burhngton Pouto, call on any Tictst M ' Uno.d StatM or Canada. Of addross HENRY B. STONE, AVt (san'l ManafM, CHICAGO. NEW BAKERY! Confectionery No. 1109 Third Ave., WM. SEIDEL, ProprieW- tTlread delivered to nr Prt of tie ' aiig-7-aiy . nmnm lit VI UllllilUUllJ UI V", 7 weekly) 8DMHEK LAW 1? be.iu mil July, 1WS, and ' "''X .bo, 'Im proved of aiirnal ose.-lft, to t udeo 1 u, igu to puraue their atndiea at tbis o r m School ; nd. to those who P.aveot W ly; and Sd, to practitioner, irto e if cjrc. advantage of sjtematic . nr"?"ol1' t0r 'oB larapply (P. O. tinivera ty oT Va) d.w.i,a, MmoB, Prof. Com. and Stat. Law. srnFatt mi i.uj Exiaaiaj jaaWaW II I 111 III I MM I IMl I l urn of this city.