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The Daily Aegus.
TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1885. Only Dem: tie Dally in the Kleventh Con gressional District. It gains Utile transient notoriety for the author, tut it doe do good, and if lit hurt anvbodv we don't think the wounds will be found on the person at whom it is rmed. Why not cultivate the philosophic and manly American spirit which loyally accepts the judgment of ROCK island Daily ARGUS, the majority fairly and constitutionally Dwir tot a -am vrVDiri V tnna I moiUMWr Mum Pre88ed? Mr. Blaine's devoted Cincin- Argu Block, . Opp. Port offlco. I nan organ signalizes u6 national holiday trascBimo batss I 1 v- .nntenrlin. that we should not read or IMTT V 1U 1 RA j,jnf nnr I J . i"5 f t-,i-.wto-,v snontii, aeuverea Dy camera 10 any pan i w, pim wm w3u v v. ,.rcv.-,-, W. POTTIR. Isrroa ahd Ptrauun. cltv. WEEKLY $2,00 per year, postage paid. print because its sentiments must be as obnox ious to English ears as allusions to bloody It has been officially decided that M gbirtg an s0tgus are to southern dem- agnostic cannot be a Mason. Perhaps now the agnostics will unite on the prop osition that a Mason cannot be an agnos tic. - As even the devil is said not to be as black as he is painted, the same may be true of the Illinois legislature. It cost $3,429 less than its immediate predeces sor, and was in session cght days longer. ocrats. Of course tms hysterical rubbish is the logical sequence of Mr. Blaine s posthumous Augusta letter, in which he predicted all sorts of dire calamities for the colored element as the inevitable re sult of Mr. Cleveland's election. But that busjle blast did not arouse any far reach ing or abiding response, and we find a republican nominee for governor in Ohio today who is likely to be defeated by tbe adverse votes of the colored men of that state. That Mr. Blaine was not invited to the recent Grand Army reunion in Maine is a Judge Fokakkr some years since ar gued before an Ohio court that black chil dren should be provided with separate schools. That is one reason why the colored troops of Ohio have ceased to I very significant sign of the times. Unless fight nobly. " I we greatly err the committee on in vita tions overlooked Editor uaistead lor ine Since Sitting Bull attached himself to same reason. The country feels that tbe a traveling show he is reported to have rights of the negro and of everybody else acquired an almost insatiable appetite for I are as secure under Mr. Cleveland as they pie. Here is an inspiration lor solving I would have been under Mr. Blaine the vexatious Indian problem. Copious I probably somewhat more so. When the rations of pie will either extirpate the I republican party adopts its platform for aborigines or, bring tbera en rapport with isss it will need to go before the people the Concord Summer School of Philoso phy- On the pension rolls of the United States are the names of about 335,000 persons, of whom 97,236 are widows, minor children an.i dependent relatives. As the war ended twenty years atco, it is evident that the "migor" element must be undergoing a rapid elimination. The ag gregate sum paid in pensions last year was $34,466,600.35, but an additional $22,441,997 was paid to liquidate arrears This money is distributed through eigh teen agencies, the largest of which is at Columbus, O. On the rolls are 3,898 survivors of the war of 1812, and no less than 19,512 widows of operators in that war. Tbe carnage wrought during the second struggle with Britain doe? not justify this wide discrepancy of numbers Clearly the gentle sex was also a uanlv one at the beginning of the century. with more timely and vital issues than the bloody shirt if it expects to make any good showing at the polls. THE COMISa SHOW. Sei.I.s bkotbers' mammoth world's MKNAUERtE AND GREAT QUADRUPLE CIRCUS. Peowa Journal: Editor Sulby, of the Springfield Journal is also postmaster in Springfield. He is a tall preacher like looking man of great dignity and of flat stomach and upright life. He is opposed by Editor Clendeniu of the RegUter, who is also a partisan of equal earnestness, zeal and dignity, and likewise of similar ity of Stomach. It will be observed that men of that build are always active poll ticians. There is probably a great phys lologtcal truth back ot all this, but we have not time now to stop and point it out. Let us hasten to our tale. Editor Selby conducted his sheet during the cam paign. That is to say in every issue he showed that if Cleveland should happen to be elected, of which there was not the slightest chance, universal ruin, chaos and old night would set in at once. Ma ria would be mistress of the White house and the "the kid" would be armed with a "bean shooter" and fusilade the foreign ambassadors. When Cleveland was elect or all the festivities of all the glad year we are inclined to the belief, and we flatter ourselves that our readers will believe w ith us, that there is none like the circus. Of all the creat circuses of all the circus world, we truly believe there is none half as great as the wonderful circas and me nagene owued and controlled by the Sella Bros., and our readers believe with us. It is the greatest and most wonderful confederation on earth, employing almost as manv men as aie enlisted in the rank and tile of the regulV army, using more cars especially built for and owned by the Sells Bros., than are used by some rail roads. A show so immense as to surprise the oldest showmen in the country, and to eclipse any and all shows ever before seen. A show with innumerable special features anv one of which is a whole show in itself. A show with the only pair of blood sweating hippopotami living in captivity on the earth; a show with the only two homed rhinoceros on earth; a sliow with a thousand other features nev er before seen. The only great quadru- ble circus, each ring a circus in itself; a show with fully 200 all star artists giving six simultaneous acts in four great circus rings; a show with Don Jerenimo Bell, the world's champion bare back' rider, whose salary is greater than that ot the president of the United States, a show with twenty champion riders, headed by the gallant "Don;" a show unsurpassed. aye, uneqnaled, anywhere on earth. It will surely exhibit at liock Island on Moline avenue on Wednesday, July 29th, in all its greatness, in all its vastness, in all its mighty proportions, added to its immensity, shorn of nothing, the greatest and the best on earth. IF HE 0NLI COULD. THE NEW YORK SUN MAN SUGGESTS SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL. Be Wants the Mu of Cash to Oa Easy ob Interest, Very Easy, and Tell Why The labor Troubles Financial Item. New York, July It. The Sun's flnan cial man discussing the situation in tY all street drop Into the following lucubra tions:; ir ,i i - It onlv tha oaoi talis ts could be convinced that the pest U past, and that the building up ot immenxe fortunes in a few years is nc longer possible, a great step would be made toward A revival of bminens. The moment they should make up their - minds that at the present stage of tha world's progress 8 per cent is a rerr fair remuneration for securely invested money tbe whole basis ot nnttnass transactions would be changed. If capitalists would be satisfied with 8 per cent on governments and other gilt edged securities, investors of a more speculative a is petition wouia eonsiavr o per cent coot interest on tueur more risky ventures, and the standard would soon be accepted by the manufacturers, for the manufacturer, unless he works himself. is not entitled to any larger interest than tne mere outride stockholder of an indus trial oonosrn. On the contrary his returns ougnt to oe smaller, lor Be boms, nimseir, the control of the business, while tbe stock holder must trust to other people, and In consequence runs aa extra risk. Tner teems to ne a natural graduation in the rate of Indus trial profits. When this rate of remunera tion for the of their savings is firmly established in tb masses all business will be conducted on a cheaper basis, and the much kmked-far revival will speedily establish Itself. As long as this does not take place people will in vain look for the removal of tha obstacles at present obstructing the progress ot business relations all over the world. As a matter of course when the 5 per cent rate is spoken of , it is understood that n snouia do a reasonably sale s per cent.. and this of course is possible only upon the condition of honest management and most stringest law for the administration of cor poration capital. With the condition of affairs existing In this country, al per cent, would not tie sunicient remuner ation for tbe risk ot tbe investor, and tha watered stocks scrips, bonuses And all the other modem improvements are practically nothing but premiums paid the investor for tbe extra risk he runs of being robbed by those who handle his fund. . Whisky Men Alarmed. Cincinnati, July H. In whisky circles in this city there is some excitement owing to the fact ot tbe discovery that of spirits exported, to procure an extension of tbe tax ing period, hundreds of barrels have been lust by leakage on ship-board, notwithstand ing which tbe government will demand the for the full amount originally shipped when the whisky is returned to this country. The rumor is that in some cases tbe loss is 9 per cent. Import and K x ports. Niw York, July 14. The Journal of Commerce prints a statement of the com mrce of the United States for the eleven miiuthi commenced July 1. 1834, and ended May SI. 1S85, from which it apiiean that lite import: were $570,295,764 and the ex torts $731,581,023; excess of exports, $101 !&.',259- The balance of trade in our favor at tbe end of the year will probably t siavm.ono. The Clearing Boose. Boston, July 14. Tne total amount ol clearings in twenty-five of tbe leading clear ing houses in the country for tbe week ended July 11 was $753,897,046. The suplire money in New York banks at the end of last week was nearly $&4,00O,0JU, and deposit M-e nearly $81,000,000 greater than they were this time last year. List of Patents Tbe following patents were granted to 1885. Reported ex pressly for this paper by Louis Bagger and Co., mechanical ex perts and solicitors of patents, . Wash' ington, D. C: M.. Litchfield, churn. C, nglewood, comn. ed, Editor Clendenin at once demanded citizens of Illinois, bearing date July 7, that the postofflce should be delivered to him and that Selby should be bounced upon the ground of offensive partisan ship. Springer, who is the member of congress from that district, joined the cry and it looked as if Selby would have to go. Just at this time Senators Logan and Cullom put in their oar in the shape of a protest At last the matter has been fixed in the shape of a compromise. Edi tor Selby linger along until fall. Then ha i to resign and Editor Clendenin will take bis place. In this way the sorrow will have been condoned and the trouble bridged over. work deliberately. He- (tripped himself With tbe exosption of bis ander-gar- menta, and fired a bullet Into his abdomen. He rang for ana bell-boy, however, before ! be pulled the trigger, and the boy discov ered Hims in a pool of Mood. Tbe bullet had entered one side of bis body, and made an exit throughthe other. The boy asked; What did yon do that forP "None of your d business," replied Hims, and thereupon endeavored to finish the work by Jumping out of the window. He was prevented by neip wnicn bad arrived. An ambulance conveyed him .to a dispensary, where died in a short time. ' Illinois Soldiers' Borne. Bprikofikld, Ills, ' June 14. Governor Oglesby has appointed Col W. W. Berry, Quincy, Adams county; Gen. Martin B. M. Wallace, Chicago; Capt H. H. Hall, Olney, Richland county; Frederick u. White, Aurora, Kane ' county; CoL Monroe Crawford, Jonesboro, Union county; CoL Henry T. Noble, Dixon, Lee county, and Francis E. Bryant Bement, Flatt county, commissioners to locate the state soldiers' home. Three are Democrats and four Republicans. There is a warm contest going on for the location of tbe building, and among other places desirous ol the honor is Old Balem, the early home ol Abraham Lincoln, and the resting place ot Dr. B. F. Stephenson, the founder of tb Grand Army of the Republic AMONG THE WAGE-WORKERS. Users at Brighton Beach. New York. July 14. Monday's races at Brighton Beach Included the following: first race, mile; Bessie B. first, Frank Ward second, Fee-skill third; time. 1:17V. Second race, 1 miles; -Nimblefoot first, Harry Monis second, Contossa third; time, 1 :&. Third race, W miles; Radnor first. Myrtle second, Byron Cross third; time. -:ssj. Fourth race, 1 mile; John Sullivan first. Frankie B. second, Cardinal alcCloskey third; time, 1:43. Fifth race, 1 mile; Pitk Cottage first, Barnum second, King Fan third; time, 1: At the Hands of Parties Unbaowi Towson, Mi, July 14. The body of the negro, Howard Cooper, who was hanged Sunday night at tliis place ty . mob, was left banging to the limb of a sycamore tree until l:l o'clock Monday morn- ing. It was viewed by crowds of men, - women . and children all morning, nil rej doing over the death of the brutal liend. At 9: 15 the body was out down and a jury of iuquest summoned. Their verdict was that Howard Cooper came to his death by hanging, at the bands of parties unknown to tbe jury. Mew Bridge Across the Ohio. - Evansvilmc, lnd., July 14. The first engine erased over tbe - Henderson bridge Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. The bridge was opened Monday f.a traffic. A general change in the M-belule took idaee or the -t- I.taiis & lietider on divislou of the Louisville anil Na hville railroad at that tinio, shortening the time between St Louis and Nashville and Chicago and Nashville very much, both on ssenger and freight Had To Be Unsigned. New York, July 14 -William H. Pnl ney, the agel sexton ot St Oeorge's obnrch, who was sentence! to twenty years' impris onment last week for as-aulting little girl pupils of tiie Sunday-school attached to St Ueorge's church, was taken to Sing Sing Monday to b gin his long term of imprison ment He was quiet and seemed to be re- sigUAil. ' The Cattle Trails are Open. Washington City, July 14. Inspector Armstrong, who was directed to Investigate and if pxsibla adjust the difficulties of the rattle blockade in the lud ian territory, tele graphs to secretary Lamar that all differ ences have been settled, and that cattk from Texas are now moving northward, the blockade having been rained. ol THI CHIYEHHM. Acting on an order from the President, General Sheridan bas started for the Ins dian Territory to assume personal direct tion of tbe operations necessitated in that quarter by the attitude of the Cheyennes. The substance of his instructions is that Champe, J. GhS. F. C, Knglei Humphreys. J. W.. Iroquois, ditchinc-plow. Hard, L. D., Welleville, running gear lor wag one. I osse . Henry, Pinckneyville, fire-engine. Marsh, W. W., and W. E. Blood, SrcsTore, grain-binding hsrvester. . Nye, W. K., Monmonth, velocipede. Pscker. G. W., Hock Falls, cnecksrower. Psttison, 6. Freepori, windmill-gearing. Keen. Chsrles, Dwighl. knot-tyers for grain binders. Ssttley, Msrshsll, Taylorville, vshicle-wheel. Shafflebarger, Simon snd W ., Eudyville, journal-box. Vsn Drelien, John A., Peoria, cooler for water nd other liquids. Wilson. S. R.. inrin Psrk, needle-thresder for sewing mschioes. W ouster, W. I,, Harvard, controlling-windmills. Eating improperly prepared food often produces a sudden torn of colic and chol era morbus. More especially is this the case among children, when it is often ac companied with violent vomiting and great distress. Hishler's Herb Bitters, if taken promptly and according to direc- tbe Indians are to be assured ot exact I tions- wi" relieve the pain, stop the vom iting, and core cholera morbus. A little justice and protection, but that they must be prevented at all hazards from engag ing in any raids or depredations. It is a task of no ordinary delicacy and difflcul ty that has been entrusted to General Sheridan and bis subordinates. Tbe In girl of Mrs. Adams, of Ephrato, Pa., was cured -of a violent attack in less than ten minutes. Hishler's Herb Bitters will also certainly cure indigestion and dyspepsia. Edward Judson (Ned Buntline) bas written between 300 and 400 serial Btor- dians have been again and again proms I its, and once wrote a 610 page book in ised justice and protection, yet again and 8iltv tw. nou,: He r . now f I vnapo nlfl nnrl litroo tvrx hta ft no atAnlr f nrm amain tlia Kaar . 1 " V lion and outrage at the hands of land s t -s . . . 1 "J wiwi m uwta graDoers ana came companies iavoretiby can kill a tiger, if the ticer happens to Ibe found when only a little cub. So cons sumption, the deadliest and most feared of diseases, in this country, can assure dly be conquered and destroyed if Dr Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" be employed cany. tepublican jobbers in the interior depart ment. They bave likewise been swindled and abused by official agents and cons tractors until they have dispaired of fair treatment. sue present numinuuniiion means to A record of the birth parentage and reares tne grievances ol the Indians, but I residence of John Harvard, for whom can the Indians understand and believe I Harvard College was named, bas just it esoeciallv when an effort la msd to louna in tne pansn church of St .,!.. . i . . Saviour, England. This record shows U.-.U. uku., van wc, oe couviuceu that Harvard family was broken up 4t,. ,1. . J : I .... . . r sua uiD gurciuiucus aiter uisariniug i curing me great plague oi ioaD. them, will shield them against wanton Mllltfa Under Orders Apprehensions Elot Other Labor Troubles. East Saginaw, Mich.,- July 14. Tbe militia companies in Flint, Jackson and Detroit are under orders to march for this point in case of trouble. Warrants are said to be out for Representative Barry's arrost for inciting a riot Monday morning 100 Pinkerton po lice came here from Chicago, and were sworn in as special police. They carry Winchester rifles and clubs. Tbe mayor has issued a proclamation stating be has in voked state aid, and prohibiting processions or assemblages until order is restored. All such gatherings will be treated as riots, and dispersed by force. Barnard's mill, at Saginaw City, will be started under the Pinkerton police protec tion. The mayor of Saginaw City has issued -a similar proclamation. Great excitement prevails. Detroit, Mich., July 14. A Bay City special to The News says the ten-hour plan ing mills that shut down Saturday were started up Monday morning and not inter fered with. Miller Bros, and Beth McLean Bon & Co, saw-mills also started Monday morning on the ten-hour system, having made an amicable arrangement as to wages with their men. All other mills are yet Idle. Tbe streets are crpwded with unemployed men. A body headed by a band started at 10 a. m. on a march to the south end to serenade the mills running on the ten hour plan. Cleveland, Ohio, July 14. The strikers are quiet There was no attempt to start the mills Monday morning, as was ex pected, though the strikers were on hand to prevent it . An effort will be made to start the plate-mlH Tuesday. Glass Warkers In Session. Philadelphia, Jury 14. Tbe annual session or the American rlint Ulass Workers' union convened at 10 130 o'clock Monday morning in tbe common council ehamlwr. William H. Smith, of Pittsburg, the president of the union, occupied tbe chair and will continue as . pre siding officer until the officers for the ensuing year are chosen. About forty-five unions, located In all parts of the United Hta tea, constitute thenational body, through representatives ranging in number from twelve down to on tor each local anion, ac cording to membership. Tbe convention will remain in session until Saturday, and may run over into the following week, t rv sessions are secret, Pittsbcbo, July 14. The annual conven tion of green bottle blowers met in this city Monday morning. President Herrington called the convention to order. Seventeen delegates were present from various parts of the country. All the sessions will be held in secret. Monday was occupied with the usual preliminaries, appointmentof commit tees, etc. The convention will probably bo in session all week, discussing tbe various questions that are scheduled. attacks by cowboys -and boomers? On this point hinges the solution of the problem. Awaiting further developments, we can only hope that General Sheridan and General Miles will reach a peaceful adjustment of the trouble. WASTED AMMTjimOB- While tbe lucid intervals of the New York Tribune increase in number and . Servo us Debilitated Man. 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Mr. Halstead still fiercely bangs his torn torn for war, anathematizes tbe solid debt Tongaline has already done very good sn.,th makes faces at the rehel l,riBi.- BerTlce ,n 'wu m o'"" neaaacne, ,, , - . 6 ' of an othei wise very obstinate and in auu injrs we 101 6t, i,m cl "cijucuuv 1 tractable nature. to the earth to catch the tremulous pulsa tion which will tell him that an evenging thunderbolt bas demolished the White bouse. Now, what is the use of nursing this Theo. , St. Thomas, Mo. Hermann, M bad temper and constant vituperation?' Remedy. D. It is estimated that 15,000 transient guests lodge in New York every night. The medicine that can search and root out every ill of kidneys or liver, is Hunt's Two Thonsand Men Oat. Chicago, July 14. An attempt to reduce the wages of tha brickmaken in tbe yards of this city bas resulted in a strike and 11,000 men are out Tbe trouble that only a small number of tbe mea- are provided with improved 1 ahinery, and tbe manufacturer proposed aiat as tbe bricks mad without machinery are Inferior to the others, those maklni mem snouid receive less wages. Must Arbitrate All tbe Feints. Rochester, July 14. -The proprietors ol ine munaries nerc nave refused to arDitrati upon any ba-is except on which fchall in clnrletbedecidon of all the disputed ques tions by ' disintere.ted parties anl there inovalofall "boycotts. " The striken de maud that the arbitration be only upon tin qim-iioii or wage. . tiesaanad Work. Cincinnati, Oaio, July 14. Swift's Iror and Rteel works at Riverside resumed wort Monday morning with ISO men. Tbsy wil have 300 men before tbe end of tbe week working night and day. Kid tl. Deed Dellberatelr. fiT. Ixjcis. uly 14. C, H. Mlms, a Bel gian,. 4a years of age, - attempted self- destruction Monday morning in a room in Koeler's hotel. Minis rama to St. Louis from Ran Antonio, Tex., June 25. He bad been a bookkeeper at Ssn Antonio and came be re with the expectation ot obtaining asituatiou. xlavmg failed and his fund having suck low hi determined hit Close Call fa a rrlshtfol Death.1 New Y orari July 14. Tbe largest crowd that aver visited Oak Point was tbera Bun- day. Ail the old attraction wen there and one new one. It was a man who made a eliding descent along a 700-foot wire running from a tall pole into the water, and James Filkington, who went out with Harry Thomp- ounday ' morning to anchor the to tbe bottom of tbe sound, very rly made the central figure of the performance. The weight at tached to the wire was a 800-pound rock which bad to be lowered with' a rope into the water. As Pilkington and Thompson started with their heavily Uden boat Wal lace Koes, who-saw them off, said: "Be careful how yon put that weight overboard. boys 1 was anchoring a buoy once with a big pieoe of railroad Iron and the rope got around my leg, and I was dragged over board and nearly drowned." Pilkington and Thompson laughed at tbe warning, and ton minute) later Pilkington dropped tbe great stone into the water. A moment aft erward his leg was nearly torn off and the boat Capsized.. The rope had somehow or other been twisted around his ankle. As he was going down he clutched at the wire that was already lightly fastened to tbe bottom of the sound, and held on for dear life. Pilk ington is a man of enormous strength, but he says bis muscular strength was never so strained as at that moment His friend swam to his side and tried to support him. "Harry,'' He said, "a 600-pound weight Is Sang ing to my ; foot. , I can't bold on to tbe wire many teconds loneer and when 1 let go I'm gone." .. "Cling to it fur Ovs seconds," said Thompson, "and I'll save you." Still supporting Pilkington with one bsjsd.be used tbe other to draw a clasp knife from his pocket, He opened it with his teeth and then disappeared under the water. 111 strain on tue atniete's ankle and arms was tremendous, but be sustained it until the diver cut the rope and relieved him. Both men were taken into a boat that had been pulled to their rescue. Pilkington was exhausted, and his leg was frightfully lac erated. He will probably lose his leg. Crmhed to Death at a Fire. Axbant, N. Y., July 14. John A. Luby, the well-known Stalwart politician, removed by President Cleveland last month from tuo position of collector of customs, lost his life Sunday morning while, nghting a con flagration in the piano factory of Board man & Oray. At 3 a. m. flames were dis covered shooting out from tbe rear . of tbe piano factory and the livery -stable of A. W. Burcb adjoining on North Pearl street, near Livingston avenue. When tbe department arrived the fire had made such headway that it was impossible to save either building. The stable a two- story frame building, 14? feet in depth con talned twenty-eight horses, ten coaches, two bearee. several other vehicles, and large quantity ot nay ana feed. Five animals were recueJ, but everything else was destroyed. The piano factory was a four-story brick structure. and while tbe fire was at its height the walls suddenly fell, catching Rufus li Townsend, John A. Luby, Fred W alien and Daniel heeler. Tbe loss is between t 000 and f 100.000. Frederick J. Waller, fireman of steamer No. 4, injured by tbe tailing walls at Board & Uray's piano factory bunday. died Monday morning. He is the third victim. Went Inta the Stable Intoxicated. Belfast, Me., July 14. A ft50.000 fire 00 curred In this city Sunday morning. It originated in a livery, stable, and two young men, Wesley Twombly and James f. Casey, were burned to death. They came into the , stable - intoxicated, and, it is suppose, started the fire - In some way.. From that structure the names spread to tbe American bouse, which was totally destroyed, together win its contents, and four other building. followed before the firemen could gain con trol. Loss estimated at $50,000, about half covered by insurance. NOTICE Lon't be deceived by false rep resentations that our celebrated to sun raoa caioseo. T71 .13 1 .. r ukhauk9 are soiu vy anyone 1 - i,"rM'''i Man,.... s:or)a.m. J0NH T. N0FTSKER, all 'our goods formerly sold. by Swiler & Spencer, and Swiler & Bro., are now sold exclusive yty JOHN T. N0FTSKER. Repairs for all goods of our' manufacture, found at JOHN T. NOFTSKER'S. Call and exainnie our latest im proved ' Furnaces! They Have Not Failed. Chicago, July 14. The Inter Ocean has a special from Dubuque, Iowa, which says the report recently telegraphed from that city that tbe Farley -Loetae her manufactur ing company of that city was embarrassed I Ing for her nerve. . He went to nnanciauy, is xaise in every respect, ana that the concern is perfectly sound. Swallowed El ec trie Battery Fluid. Philadelphia, July 14. A strange and fatal case of poisoning was brought to tbe notice of the police of this city Sunday night. On Friday night, about 9 o'clock. Jfcsefciel a. Beattey was asked by bis wile to glv bar a glass of tonic, which she was tak tne closet A Denial from Senator Logaa. Washiwutos City, July 11 Senator Logan s attention bas been called to a pu I libed statement that he will oppose and hoies to defeat Corning Judd's confirmation I on tbe ground that Palmer's removal was I unjustified, and be said there was note word I of truth in tbe statement. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. At M imence, lilt, sixty persons war poisoned by eating canned beef. A Boston wr man who invented a corset has made $3,0(10 in three years. The Buffalo Express nominates Miss Cleve land for president of Yasser college. Charles Francis Adams invested $120,000 in Kan-as City real estate last week. Adolph Kruse, of Milwaukee, bitten by a dog tnree years ago, Is suffering from hydro phobia. Peter J. Scbulte, paying teller of Miohi gan Savings bank, Detroit, is a defaulter to the amount of $3,00. The yield of melons in the single county of Narnwell, South Carolina, this year, will reach 1,0UU,U00, worth SoO.OOU Lower & Wood, grain and produce deal ers at Alliance, Ohio, made an assignment Saturday, their liabilities being 116,000. The, pope's communications with China have been so friendly that it is probe! that a papal nuncio will be sent to Pekln. Judge Powers, recently appointed, sen tenced two Mormons of Ogden, Utah, to six months imprisonment and to pay a fin of $'j0 each. Charles Harding and James Townsend fought six rounds on Green island, in tb Ohio river, for the hand of a young lady. Harding came out victor. Bishop MNamara, of the - Independent Catholic church, was arrested in Brooklyn the other day for hitting a man on the nose who disturbed his meeting. Admiral Jouett bas been ordered north with tbe Tennessee and Yantic, which sent to Panama at the beginning of the re cent troubles on the isthmus. Charles Dyer, a boss coal miner of Shen andoah, Pa., who bad three wives, killed himself Sunday becau-a one of them threat ened prosecution for bigamy. Charles Dean, of Louisville, a young mar ried man, attempted to elope with a Miss Fittinan, of Oxford, lnd., and being frus trated, shot and killed himself. Laborers on the Pisbeeu railway in India are deserting by the hunired, on account of the ravages by cholera in tbe sections through which tbe road it building. James J.ilift, an aged and respectable citi zen of Carmicbaels, Pa., fatally shot his son- in-law, Samuel Hathaway, Sunday, because he had traduced his wife, from whom he is separated. Is tbe absence of the cashier of the Fourth National bank of Pittsburg last Friday tb clerk hi charge was called to sea a mythical man at the door, and in his absence tha thieves got away with $8,000. The contest over tbe will of tb Charles W. Durant, the millionaire ex-pres ident of the Chicago & Rock Island road. was amicably settled Saturday, at New York, and the case withdrawn. At tb North Lincolnshire special parlia mentary election Atkinson, the Tory candi date,- wa-4 successful The result strengthened the hopes of tbe Conservatives ui the coming general elections. At Ems Sunday while Emperor William Was -taking a drive, a vagrant threw flower-pot at his carriage, exclaiming "Thus will the empire break." Tbe man, who is supposed to be insane, was arrested. i Unknown parties at Milwaukee drilled boles in the firewood used by a white woman who had married a negro, and filled the crevices with powder. When she lighted bar fire Sunday afternoon a terrific explosion occurred, but little damage resulted. Byron A. Bryner, state agent for Indiana of the tna Insurance company, was ar retted at Indianapolis Sunday night on a telegram from Peoria, IUe. , on a charge of enibeuling tl.UOU of tbe company' money. Bryner' family move in the best eociety, and be himseii is a memner oi tne rrssuy terian chorea. where it was kept and filled a wine-glas from what he thought was the tonic bottle and gave it to his wife, who at once swal lowed it, and almost instantly said: "Oh that's not my medicine; it task like poison I" "Why, ot course it yoar medicine," said her husband, and show her be was right be halt filled Uw glass and drank tbe contents. la a fee minute his wife was so ill that be hastened to call Mrs. Robinson, and as tnt two started back, Mr. Beattey, who about 60 years old, began to vomit, and wai with difficulty that he reacbec home. Tha doctor found that botl had swallowed some "battery fluid," madi up ol sulphuric acid, sulphate ot copper and chlorate of potash, which had beet use! in charging a small electric batter) kept in tbe bouse. Mrs. Beattey survivor. until Saturday night, wheu she died. Hei husband is still in a dangerous condition. Death la Dried Meat. Kankakke, Ilia, July 14. The little vil lage of Momence, in this county, rests undei tbe shadow of a great glooui. On Frida) last sixty persons were taken violently and, oa investigation, it was discovered tha all had eaten ot dried beef, prepared iTUcago ana purcbased at tbe local mar ket. A mioroscopio examination revealed thousands of worms to the square inch this meat. Some of the insects are repre Muted as being black, others white, but all have antennas or horns projecting from tin bead. There have been two deaths thin far, Mrs. - Dr. Sbronte, wife of 1 -uling physician, and Mr. Chariot Woottor, a prominent citizen The wife or Hannibal Worcester, thi banker, is not expected to live. There an many other cases which are critical It reported that a Chicago scientist, to whon portions of the diseased meat bave beet sent, bas said that all who bave partaken ol it must die sooner or later. n II nn . . RiULKUAJJTLMK TABLE CHICAi.'O, RUCK ISLAN1I & PA(H( Tms Table Jims 1. 1884 Night Krpress. Limited K f KP. ni 4 6:1U s. in. 10: 16 s. in. i:f'& D.m Prees ll:15n.iu. to Aim Faun baxhah city TO AHn FKOM coimriL m "' irxpreen 7:nn ijiiiiih-u Kspreps 5 I':lJ j. :(! 1. II p. m. u a. in. TO AND FBOll SIIIKSsuta Albert tc Express, &:o j,. m TO AID PBOM 1)1!S MOIUHs Bpress 8 30 a.m. Depot, Moline Avenue. '.KIMBALL, - . . H. ST. JOHN Heneral Snnt. Oen. Ticket & I',... I. r. COOK, Agent. K.k IHsw'l ' I'lilCAKO, IHJRLIJiUTOJS & tfl'I.M ,. St. Louie Bxpres 8;5U a. . sterling rassenKer, 7:ia. n. Sterling Arcominotlntion,11:.itA! n. St. Louis Fast h'x S:H0 r' a' Denver & Kan. City Ex... .4.0.1 r. . II. D nmvi 7:Mr. MACK, Agm. We ask inspection of goods be- bre purchasing. New improve ments, New Goods, largest va rietv in the market. " I I 11 c notn.. . RICHARDSON & BOYNTON CO. I ROCK 1SLAN1 & 1'EOKIA 84 Lake St., Chicago, 234 Water St., New York. ( IIICAUO, MILWAUKEE 4 vr. EOCX 1SLAS TRA1S. Leaves .8:15 am Arrive".... ll:15nm ft. AAccom. :tlUpni ' Ft Accom :ssl s in Flr'gDutch-u:45aai X. 1). PAM 8:11" a ui '.':;:. h m ;:HM'm t' I' 111 KAM.WAV. Cg-Same address for twenty years. nay SC-dlaw-t&t (SBOBTSRT BODTl TO THE EAST ANh WSr.TI l.KAVS 1... V . """" ran uii-? S .4i A.M. Mail snd El r. m. Arcommoitation, 7:15 p. a. Wy Freight .....C:IKi a. a. Ui'lHit Twentieth sln it, 11, f VU'l- HI A. i :IH ! Frightful Case Of a Colored Man. ROCK ISLAM) & MERCER CO, Mall Ar comniotUtioii. . . LKATK . 0:10 a. m. 4 :(K1 p a K, I!. 1UK1VS 3:11 f 8 -All I contracted s fearful cae of blood noimn in 1HS.1. I ' treated bv mime of the Best nliysl- cisus in Allaola. They -d Hie old r-medie of Mercury and Folasli, whh-a Drought on rneuma Um sud imsired my dilutive organ. livery limit in me wu swollen sad full of usin. I wax In a horrible condition, wueni nsa ucen given uo to die. my ulivm inns who had seen the work- iiit-n of the medicine in oilier cane, thought II would be a splendid time to teht the virlut-s ol Swift' 8icclllc. When I commenced taking S. 8. llie iiliv!if.i.i!ifi iaiu 1 couiu 1101 live iwo wi-i-m under ihe ordinary Ireatiujnt. He commenced to cive me ihe medicine strictly sccordine to direc tions, wnicn 1 continue!! lor wnrrai loiuur-. j took not Inns el-e, and commenced to improve from the lin-t. Occaisonallv 1 would have s hack set from imprude ce. Soon the rheumatism left me. mi aiuieiiie became all rirtil. and Ihe ulcere. wnicn ine doctor eaiu were me moat in-uiiui uc had ever seen, began to heal, and by the firr't of October, 1st, 1 was a well man again. 1 am stroaevr now than 1 ever wax before, and weigh more. I have not failed to report for duty niuce that time, being engaged 111 the oil warcuuiie 01 rheas-Carlev t'01111 anv. 1 havebeenand still am. doing some of the hardest work any man everdiil, snd am ready lo answer any unetuion thai may lie anked concerning this case, bwifl's Specific has saved me from an early grave. I. KM MCi:i.KINLHJ Atlanta, Ga., April 18, 18S5. Lein Mcl lendon hw been in ihe employ of the rhcM Ciiarlev Ootunanv for some years, and 1 know the alihve statement to be trne. At the time he qegan taking Swift s Specific he was in a uorri- tile couiiinou. ana at my solicitation nut ireaimem w ith S. S. S. was undertaken by a physician after several others had declared his case to be hope lessly incurable. lie took nothing nut 3. a. and has tiecn as sound as a new dollar for months. 1 regard his cure almost miraculous. W. B. CKOSHY, Manager, Ohess-t'arley Co.. Atlanta Division. Atlanta, Ga., April IS, 1S?5. Caution. Consumers snouid not confuse our Specific with the numerous imitations, eubititntts. Potash and Mercury mixtures, which are gotten up to sell, not on their own merit, but oa lbs merit of our remedy. An imitation is always a fraud and a cheat, and they thrive only as Ihey csn Meal from tbe articlciumateu. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE Nfi SL PAUL. RAILWAY COMPANY. II owns and ouerates nearlv tintm mil r n .... niighly eipiipped road in lllihois, Wisconsin. I suuucsola and Dakota. It is the Short Line and Best ltunii. 1,,.. tween all principal points in llir North went and t ar West. For maps, time tables, rates of ins. ,.) freichl. etc.. aMilv to Hie nearest ih.,i, .-. ,., of Ihe Chicago, Milwaukee M. IMnl lt:nlw:n , to any railroad at'ent snjuhcrc in tin I mtvii Slates or t'sniula. ft. MILLEK, A. V. U.CAUI'KNTKii General Manager, Hen. Pass. Jt Tkt An J. P. TUCKER, GEO. 11. llKAFF(HM) Aee't 4un Manager. Asn'liicn. fa Agi Mti.WAi HEK, Wisconsin. V&Vot notices in reference to t-m cial licni sions, changes of time, andottier it ms of inter. -1 ill connection with Ihe Chicago, Milwaukee A M Haul Hallway, please lefcr le the lixal ii.luiui,- I this paper. West Point Cadet Orowned. HawaxBos, N. Y July 14. Warwicl MoCray, third-class cadet t West Point, while bathing in the river at the point, Monday, was taken with cramps and drowned. Two cadet who went to Ho Cray's assistauc narrowly escaped drown ing. Bnrned the Principal tlloek. Daa Moires, Iowa, July Jt. The princi pal block In Bagley, Iowa, was burned at 1 o'clock Sunday morning. Lass, f 16,000: in surance, $7,iS00. Tbe cause of the fire Is un known. Charles A. Libby, who disappeared from Chicago recently, and whose wife committed suicide, turned up in New York Saturday. haggard and drunken. Be said he had left Chicago while on a "spree," and beard of his wife's death in Boston, which only cre ated In him a renewed desire for liquor. ' The treasure thus far discovered by the French In tb royal palace at Hue Is valued at 13,000,000. Ts king of Anew is held a wisoaer. A CARD. ;To all who are suffering from the errors ana indiscretion of youth, nervous weak ness,; early decay, loss of mauhood, &e., 1 win aena a recipe that will cure you. FREE OF CHARGE. - This creat remedy wa discoverer! by a missionary in Bouth America. fUnd a self addressed envelope to tne ket. Joseph t. INatAN, Station D, new irora city. Did you Sup- pose Mustang Liniment only good lor horses ? It is for inflamma tion of all flesh. . Father, Mother, and Three Slater Dead. Mr. David Clay pool, formerly Sergeant- at-Armsof tlielNew Jersey senate, and now Notary Public at Cedarville, Cumberland Co., N. J., makes Ihe following startling statement: "lily father, mother, and three sisters all died with consumption, and my lungs were so weak I raised blood. Kobody thought I could live. My work (ship smitliing)was very straining on me with my weak constitution, and 1 was rapidly going to the grave. While in this condition I commenced using Mi&hler'a Herb Bitters, and it saved my life. Because it was so difficult to get it in this little place, and I had improved so much, I stopped taking it for a time, and the result is that I have commenced going rapidly down hill again. Somehow, Mishlers Herb Bitters gives appetite and strengthens and builds me up as nothing else does, and I must have a dozen bottles at once. Use this commu nication as you please, and if any one wants to be convinced of its truth, let them write me and I will make affidavit to it, for I owe mv life to Mishler's Herb Bitters." Tliesecretof the almost invariable relief and cure of consumption, dysentery, diar rhoea, dyspepsia, indigestion, kidney and liver complaints, when Mishler's Herb Bitters is used, is that it contains simple, harmless, and yet powerful ingredients, that act on the blood, kidnevs, and liver. and through them strengthens and invigor ates the whole system. Purely vegetable U ,!- , ,'11JJ,.-1W.'11 , J . 1 . I V V. . 'J . V f, ...... physician; a standard medicinal prepara tion; endorsed by physicians and drug gists. Thesearefoiirstrong points in favor of Mishler's Herb Bitters. Mishler's Herb Bitters is sold by all druggists. Price (1.00 per large bottle. 6 bottles for $0.00. AtA- rnir dnt far MlKOT.ro' Hns, BlTTreS. If lie does not kt-p it, do nut Uke anything else, t,ut end a MWU1 card to M I8H1.F n 1IKB HllTM.HU UO.. b uanimeroe etreet. ruumaeiimia. K.ILV7Y. ftllORTXHT RfHTTK TO Til K EAST AND SOUTH Trains leave Rot k lohnid 4.0(1 a. m. Way Krtk-Ut. art xtrcn. 1.40 p. m. Mail and Ksorepe 6.MI Through Freight ami Accoiiinioiinn.i, Trains arrive at Hock Island: 2.31) a. m. Through Freight and AccotumUiii, 12.45 11. in. Mail and Kxiiret. 5.10 FaKt Kxprei!. 4 UO " Way FrcigliU The Fast Hxfhks. leavini; Rot a lslaml at t t a. at. arrives at Feoria U:M 11. ui., at hriui.-l.i !. . in., at Dertuir 4.mip. in., Jaikmiiivilie ' p. m., Alttin7.Jii p.m., M. Louis 8.15 p. 111.. an,: Terre Liaiile 11.5r,p. in., Tas Sasi iiav. Makm-. this the Uest and ytiu kkt route tu all -.m:-southeast. Ihe p.m. tr:tin makes cl-ise roiinerl inn Galva with I'. B A y. for litits west ; arrivin. : tialesbnrpat 4.-5 p. m.. at BiirliinitA'ii 0.4o p. in.. -i eoEUK iu. p. 111., and al ijumc y 111.0T1 p. 111. Arriyina at Peoria ai ti.30 i. ni.. makine 1 connections with Ihe I. U. Jt V. aud T. P. K for ludianapolis, coiiiiecting Hu rt- ilh all In-' trains for the east and south. ISTFAST TIM H M'U- I'ONNKlTIdNs. si, rates as low as by any other route. it. rt. i a ni, , a. m. niH it'.. Ueu'l Sttpt. tit-n'l Tkt. AlI The 6 50 p. m. Accouilllodtttinri lesve- I'Vrrv iln except snnday. The Line selected by the i.v CcV. to carry the Fast Man t-..f. law.iMMBOTTl -rt,,.-IHjfSBOLX-m -ct.O-'. TT4T?17TS'S A Radical Cure for1 NERVOUS DEBILITT. Organic Weakness, f PHYSICAL, DECAY. 1 In Youns: ft Middle Aged Men. . Testto for ovn8ix Years av use in many Thousand Cases. & TRIAL TRT.ATJLBJTT. On Month, $3 001 Two Months, ft.Ofil se Mom lis, Y.ool HERVOBSOEBaiTY liuoar jEn d nunMrau- oimiiiMis(M. bar. l)itr Ut skillrtd oh. Nirlania. lfMnlt n-nrn rcHithful indittcrMian. Loo f rue indulaeuoB. or owrltruio worlL. Afoii (ha unptunion of prrtcir (ioui rtHMdM for thff truublrt. Oft our Fit Circular and Trial Pack, age. and karn ttnportai4 latta before taking treat Difnt tHtrwtiere. Tak a SURF. HEkdEuvlhatiiAa CLKtU thouurult, dwa not iuterfere vtlh fdten- tKa so tnuinrM, or cauM nainor lucoriTfrik'nre iq iiny Fnuml-4 OB ncientitlo nwdiial princ. prr. Bydircrtipplicatioa to (tie aeat ot ttiavaa iu "pocific iDttutucf b fcrl triinum tviay. i ne bbi ural iunrtiornof the hn mm onranlsm it reAon 'ilia aoitnatinf clenwott lift, which nave fcwea waalra arc Riven back And lb patientbtwomeachsr fuland rapidly (cainbo(l rueni ana mum vicoc HARRIS REMEDY CO., rnCHt-nrt - 806W N. Tnrh t. AT. Trrrn. 110 D 1 1 BTURED PERSONS ! Not a Truss. rtVr Auk rortinnaof our AimlinnrH. apl-(Mw!y The Only Through tuns, with iu own tuck, betv.en CHICAGO, PEORIA or St. LOUIS AND DENVER Either by way ot Omaha, Pacific Junction, A!ctv-e Kanaaa City. It trvua all ot tha n uut ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, KANSAS, EULOKAUU With bsnch Itnea to ttwir importAnt cttnl rd I""1"' K runt svsry day in ths yw imm on to thi vt aquippsd through titin ovsi ,ti own trsckt btw.f. Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omaha, Chicago and Council Dluffs, Chloago and St. Joseph, Chicago and Atchison, Chicago and Kansas City, Chicago and Topeka, Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago and Dubuque, Chicago and Sioux City, Peoria and Council Bluffs, Peoria and Kansas City, Peoria and St. Louis, St. Louis and Omaha, St. Louis and St. Pou". St. Louis and Rock Island, St. Louis and Chicago, , Kansas City and Denver, Kansas City and St. Paul, KansaS City and Omaha, Kansas City and Burlington- Direct Connection ch of m Juntfon po. with Thraugh Trains to snd tiom point !'J " At ucll of it Mil Et..n .nd ... tjnr " ' connacttln Gi.nd Union IM.)K with Thioush l ,-ni nd tram all point In Iti. Unl 5tts nd v."" It i ths Poncipsl Lin to . Sin Francisco, Portland and City of Mu c For T,crt., R.t.t. G.n.r.1 Infornufon. .tc . ths Burtmgton Routs, call on ny Tick! Unitsd Suit Cantda o ddH HNRY B. STONE. PERCEVAL LOWELL, AwH Gm'l MM(M, G.nlP.e CHICAGO. WATK1NS & HILL, Dealers In NEW BAKERYI D?I. Pj,..IML Confectionery ! Will also attend to Banllng of all ainds flfflrA al Tarda, comer of th street oa Holies avenae. Telephone Ho. 1UT; orders msr bs eft at eitber place oct-itmu C. P. SW ANSON, Contractor and Builder, No. 2121 4th Ave., Beeidence, No. 106 Seventh Arenne, ROCK ISLiwND, ILLINOIS. No. 1109 Third Ave., Wat. 8EIDKU rroprii.".. -Biad delivered to any part of the city. sug-7-dly ' uinniTT- of iiifflUL, BUMltEK LAW LBCtTOM I ; besin tH July, 1M6, and ed proved of sigual nue.-lt, to ''ia;n ' h r eien to nar.ue their studies at this 0 " , School ; nd. to those wks PPJ ' & the lv and Hd, to practitioners h o have aydV.nuie'of VSu, fSi B lar aDDiy (P.O. University of va.; " , XwlYmf.Com. snd 8tat. Law. o-wl- tyne had come and went tc