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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1885.
JOHN WJPOTTER. Monday, Novembkk 3d, IN.1). It is quite nutural for republicans tu express, Ibeir fiatipl'tictionovLT the JCdi intnn poBloffice H-uablc, or tttiy iultn iml strife iu (he ranka of tle democracy. The j know that micb petly quarrels have hud u dtHnslrous influence on : their me cess in times past. und being in the mi nority in the county, the tUmocTiils t un ill-afford to suffer any los. As early as last Bpring the republicans have leen willinif to waiter that they would cum the Eleventh congressional district ii 180. They seem to ham their predic tions entirely upon the enmity that i: sunooatdto occur by the distribution of federal patmnaue. It is admitted that such would be the cane if the controversy over the Edging, ton postoffice would be the rule instead of the exception. But, fortunately for the party, in no other town in the district, to our knowledge, baa such a turmoil and ill-feeling been created as over the above mentioned ofllcc. The plausible theory therefore is, that the democracy have been strenuthened rather than weakened by the transferor federal patronage, and consequently increased influence. Any dissatisfaction that may arise by defeated candidates for place, will have iltsnp peaied long before another campaign occurs. The boasting of the republicans in regard to this district is certainly pre mature, and not supported by any out ward indications. Tin-; financial stringency that has pre vailed for so long a time with us is having a marked effect on matrimony, says the Dramatic Time. There are more women than men in the metropolis by a majority of twenty thousand. The question of how the minority is to satisfy the wedlock requirements of the majority is sterner now than efer before. Our young ladies have a laudable and natural desire for husbands. Hut there are not enough men logo around. The young men are on snaiill a-ilnriufl, which but scuntily pay their board und settle the tailor's little bill. What few men there are in a suit able position for marriage prefer to re main bachelors. So in the great middle class of society there seems to be little chance of a future generation. The very poor and very rich marry as they please; but men in moderate circumstances show a disposition to remain single. Thi brings the fair sex into a method of tul ing the initiative. It is easy to see that a great many young women do their own coiiitiiiLT with an aggressiveness thai perilous to their delicacy. Iu truth, un less times change and nioie men get mar ried, we shall pretty soon have neither motherhood nor modesty. Tin: expect d resignation of Sheriff Ru ticker has caused a great commotion among the faithful of late, and much press ure is being brought to bear upon the hoard of supervisors lo support certain ambitious republicans for the unexpired term. Due republican, in particular, an ex-sheriff front the sand ridges of Ziima, has been very k licihms. His visits to this city have been quite nnmerous of late. On one occasion he was closeted, with locked door, with a congressional aspirant in postoflicc block for a consid erable length of time. Besides the C. A he visited several other prominent f'epub Henna, but when he had made the rounds, there was nothing in ins countenance to indicate that he had received any purlieu lar assurance of success. As near as the Aittitm can ascertain, the board i. almost unanimously iu favor of Deputy Sheriff Sil vis tor the first place. Not only his present position of deputy, but his eminent fitness for the place entitles him to the sheiiffalty, should Mr. Uelicker baud in his resiguation. It is a courtesy which every supervisor feels like respects ing, and we doubt if there is a single member who would vote against his ap pointment. This is the second term that Mr. Silvia has served as deputy, and his obliging manner and strict application to the duties of his office, has won for him the approval of the public generally, and made him extremely popular with the fre o neuters of the court house, w ho come in daily contact with him. The board would fcnot only reflect credit upon themselves, "V-hwciM voice the sentiment of their constituents by making Mr. Sil vis sheriff in case a vacancy occurs. THK INDIAN QUESTION Sebastian Beck, now in the poor house at lIufTulo. left New York iu 1875, with his own and twenty-four other families, for the Muck Hills, to dig gold. They found gold and had secured about $10, 000, when they were captured by Sitting Bull, who confiscated the gold and all their other effects. What became of tic rest of the party Beck does not know, but lie was adopted by the Indians and made a chief under the name On Ga-Don-Ga, which is snid to indicate a marked ability for scalping. Recently Beck es caped, and has made his way back to Buffalo, totally destitute and very much discouraged. Yet, oddly enough, he is angry not so much with the Indians as with the government agents, and pro poses lo scalp them by all the civil meth ods possible to that disfigurement. "I don't blame the Indiaus for burning matches," he says, "after being swindled by villains who were government agents.' He will see Secretary Eodicottas soon as he can get to Washington, and certainly if the story told by him is true bib evidence ought to be that of an expert There is, of course, a very natural suspic ion that he is not all he represents him' self to be, his story being a very strangv one; but the truth or falsity of his report ed experience can be easily established, and certainly if he tells the truth his evi dence ought to be very valuable. The government has shown its disposition to be just towards the Indians and the agents; but it will not entirely vindicate itself until it has banged a few of the lat ter, who have beyond question been re sponsible for about half the Indian outs breaksthat have occurred. It is a sug "wtiye fact in this connection that most of the Iudians prefer the rule of the mill tary to that of theagenla, und most of the unprejudiced people whd understand the Indian question think the military should have control of them. This is the testi tnony of General Howard, Geuera) Hheri dan, Mrs. Helen Hunt Jaekson, Mrs. Hopkins ("Bright Eyes") and many oth era; and it is certain matters could not be worse than they are if the proposed change were to be made. A Viitiderbitt Scheme. I'niT.ADKi.i'HiA. Nuv. Tiw Tlraoft an nounce that a plan ih under way tu sell out the lioech Creek railroad and reorganize the company, iuo matter is in charge of conimittiio rvjnipoio.i of W. IZ. Vanderhilt and J. U Llaffc, of Nuw York; J. M. Uaz mm, at this city; tijoro T. Baer. of U'UMl ing, on! V. J. liinto:i, f Elmira, N. V. an 1 tlmy Iniva already received the '.3-iont of. all the lar,;e tockaolderj except i.owen nn i l. v, Williamson. It iinder-too.l that the new oranizitlon will effect a harmoniou; e improniisj of all the claims of nil the mtere-tud parti., ani it U sain mac a p jonns nrratigomoni or some bind will bo ma lo with the P jiinaylTaiiia railroad on coal business. Mr. (Jo war, iu an interview, iuli mated that the purpose of the wus to got rid of the Iteech Crook contract with too lie adiug company, and that ho would not give hU consent to the project. The Tele pit onq litigation. Rykacusb, N. Y., Nov. iW. Saturday morning JUJgo Wallace iu the United States court beard the presentation of ad ditional tividouco in the cuso of the Ameri can lied Telephone company against the People !i Telephone company et al. The case practically resolved itself into the question whether too olectric speaking tele phone was firt invented by Air. lie 11 of Halom, Mass., or by Daniel Drawbauijh, of Milton, j tt. ay a recent opinion handed down by Judge Wallace the Bolt patents word o:iuwol to s-tfilid, tut the judge pressed homu doubt on certain points and this bearing was by a stipulation to reopen the ca-e for the introduction of additional evidence on these point s. A C'httlloiiK) tu Hilly Kilwarrtfe New York, Nov. :t). Sun Collyor has challenge ltdi v iw.umx i t fight accord ing to lion Inn priv.j ring rules fur f 1,000 a side with or without gloves. He says in his challenge that he Urn Imhhi unable t t take part in ring contest-.- for eight year- because ha prom Up 1 Unvurnor MeClollan, who partlouuii him out of the Trutitort Kta'e prison, whore he waic mrlnod for connection with the fatal w ailcer- Wee.leu jrzi II lit, that Im would never uMuge in a prizj flght so loiifj as the goiHMiil liv- tl. eiilh friMii Iv.vomuro and Fright POJIT JKKKKilSOV, U ., fJ.'V. MO. The body of Warren T. Yates, nun of President atos, of tli' obruska National bank, of Omaha, nn I a member of the junior clans at uli college who was Idnvii out into the soun I In an open Itoat while duck shotting )fr Stony er.'li m 1 lmik-givinr Day. was reeovorii 1 Suturdny morning on the biaoh at Ilurlin ' Hollow, Jin boat did not caiv hizb and he apparently died from i Xosure and lrigiic iii-i gun mi i xn.t oar was also found iu the bout. RIOTERS DISPERSING. Itevlow of the Sil tuition in the Fourth I'ool Mints Well I'rotertett. PiTTsiii itu, Pa.. Nov. IW. The situation of the coal miners' troubles in the Monoga hela val toy is a fol lows: Tlio sbor- iifs of Washington and Fayette cuuuties have mas ul thoir forces at the fourth pool, had guards placed in and around each initio, and notified the Btrlkers that any attempt at violence would be promptly and vigorously met. the striking parties, on reviewing the cae, became alarmed, and, during the early hours of the morning, came from their biding-phflbs, scaled the hills and mailo for their homes oi foot. The recruit ing parti js were notified to proceed nc further. Tne workmen in the fourth pool are in timidated, nnd none of thorn made the at tempt t go to worlc Saturdny. They all, howevor, have promised to resume on Mon day under protection of the o dicers. At Pine run, in Pool U, about 100 strike gathered about the mine-t and tried to In duce the work limit to quit work. A bras baud aic mipanied them. Insulting remark' wore ma le to the uoii-uuiouists, but no vio lence wa nttmnpted. Robert MtChno, of the iron and coal police, is in the city. He says that the names oi BsviMity-nve or eighty or the principal raiders are known, and they will soon ue arrested on a charge of conspiracy. He had given up all hope of being cured, forgetting that while there is life there is hope. Twelve years of suffering from dyspepsia had knocked all such ideas out of his head- He kept growing worse until the wonderful Mishler's Herb Hitters were called to his attention, lie began using it and kept, on for six years, at the end of which time he was a well man, eating with a relish everything that his appetite craved. All this is written of Mr. Alfred Slack, of the lirm of Slack & Wholes, planing mills, Pittsburg. A woman has been arrested in New Jersey for personal ing the famous Nun of Kenmare. "Sice li breathes at lust from out thee, my litlle patient hoy." Oh! yes, certainly. But that child would have cried aM night with his foot, if it had not been a timely bottle of Sal vation Oil. Only twenty- nve cents expended brought him rest. There is a movement in Erie for the erection of a monument to Commodore Perry. Charles D. Fredericks, 770 Broadway, M. Y., the celebrated photographer, says that Allcock's Porous Plasters have been used by himself aud family over twenty years, lie found them wonderfully effica cious in coughs, colds, and pain in the back anil side. Applied to the pit of the stomach they quickly cured him of iu digestion and dyspepsia. He also found them admirable liver regulatois whenap plied on the right side. More than half ot this year's cotton crop in the south has been raised by wniie labor. For over ei'ht veura 1 have nu tiered from catarrh, which has nlleeted my eyes ana hearing; nave employed many phy sicians without relief. I am now on my second bottle of Ely's Cream Halm, anil feel conlident of a complete cure. Mary C. Thompson, Cerro Gordo, Pratt Co., 111. There is a clock iu Aliddlctowu, Conn., that has kept time tor i!'J7 years. Have used Tongaline extensively in neuralgia and rheumatism. Find it a safe, easy aud efficient remedy. In all cases of neuralgiu or rluumrlie pains it seems to be aspect lie. C. W, Priudle, M. D., Urand ltapids, Mich. A Wisconsin man has been sued for damages because his bees Irrspassed on a neighbor's sheep pasture. Truth is mighty, aud will prevail, Hunt's Hcniedy cures like magic all dis eases of kidneys, and urinaiy organs. Heliotropes and geraniums in Califor nia grow us large as lilac trees. A clerk in Chicago informed us that Or. X. Stone's Hronielml Wafers, the cough cure, had saved him a big doctor bill. 23c. ' A woman has been elected cl-irk of Harper County, Kansas. f If all so-called remedies have failed. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures. ''HERE THEY COME!" WAITING IN NEWSPAPER ROW FOR RETURNS FROM MIDLOTHIAN. Gladstone 1( -Elected, wltU rianty Vote to Hpare Will tbe rrnelltte Hold the Ualauce of Tower? lorelgu Mlrtoellaoy. London, Nt. SO. Newspaper ltow (Fleet otreet) pr.tsentet Friday evening, and till long after mi I night, the appearance that Park H iw, New York, always pre wntt at tbe Kara hours the day of the municipal election. Tens of thousands col tec ted around the great build ingH of The telegraph ami The C irrmicle, xronunsr. the main street, and of The Standard and News, iurtt e lf it, where electric lights showed iu weird panorama, faces scanning the elec tion return and eagorly watching for the Midlothian figures to go up on the boara while chilling, pushing, Ironical cheers, scuffling, and skylarking varied the watch. Iu short, tbe scene was like an exaggerated holiday among a board of brokers. "Here they cornel" frantically cried man btauding in front of The Daily Mows oillce. "Here they comet" he shouted with redoubled energy, proving himself as lib eral of hU vocal capacity as he was In his political view. For only one second mouths were closed, while all eye opened wide upon the board that read: "UIad4tme, 7,87'J; Dalrymple, 3,24o; ma jority, 4,tm." Then came a roar. It ooull not have been more perfectly timed for one instan taneous note had it boon rehearsed. It wa-t a roar of mad triumph, a burit of relief: roar that came from men who for two days had been depressed by lory victories frightened the sleepy pigeons in the tower of Hr. Bride's church, behind the otlloa of Punch, and must have been heard in The Time otllce, two squares away. It was immediately followed by a swell of groan that came from The Standard otuce iu bhoe lane, hard by, where the lor ies were gathered. Then came the sound of singing, iu which in a few minutes thou- sands were taking part, uutil the welkin rang with: "For ho's a jolly good fellow, H 's a jolly good fellow, HeN a jolly good fellow, Which nobody can deny." At tho last olection only 4A9j was the to tnl voto, out of which the Q, O. M. got about )0 majority; while now out of 11, lii votes ue gets n majority grnator than was the number of electors then. The predictions of tho Carlton club mom berg, based on reports of agont-, show that they are hoteful of only 25 majority over me jjiueraH, uim leaving the balance of power lu the hands of the farnelhtos. lhe principal sensation In the day's elec tion new was furnl-ibd by the big voto st by the Paruellites in Londonderry and the wost division of Belfast, where the (Jon servative candidate?! were elected by slen der raaj rities of U aud 87 respectively, defeating Justin McCarthy and Sexton re spoctlvely. Tho average Britisher had bithorto considered the U ran go men supreme in both cmoB. lhe Orangemen are terribly chagrined over their narrow escape rroinde real in their stronghold, and they accuse the l'arnellited of falsa personation of voters by tho wholesale, especially In Jjondonderry. These defeats are, however, grievous disap pointments to the Nationalists They still count on a majority lu parliament of eighty-live. The treachery of Michael JJav itt seriously e m barrassed the I risk efforts in Glasgow, and the indignation over niscourso ruim bo high that tho lMvitt branch of the National leaaue at Manches ter has covered bis portrait with craw. ine latest election returns are as follows Mr. L?amy, tho Nationalist candidate for oue of the divisions of Cork, has been re turned unopposed. Henry Chaplin (Con servative) is elected to arliument for tho Mleaford division of Lincolnshire by 1,000 majority, lhe Conservatives have elected Sir W. W. Denbighshire, dofoatin-r O. O born Morgan, the Liboral candidate. This is the first tiino on record that the Tories have elected a me in bur for Va!e.i Thus far 141 Liberals have been returned as against lilo Conservative nnd 19 Nation alists. Tho Nationalists have gained (I old scats and tho Conservatives lit. The Liber als have won 3H now seats and the Con eervatives 58 new seats. The most in tonne excitement prevails throughout London and tbe sole subject of discusdou is the election and the chances of success of the two groat partie in Cork the following Nationalist can didates have betm returned: Charlns Stewart I'arnelL 0 710: Mr. Healy, O.SJtl. Honoring the Dead King. Madrid, hov. 30. The body of King Aiionso was received in this city with great pomp. I lid queen and her daughters oc cupied a carriage which followed immedi ately alter tho funeral-car. There wore a, 0-10 carriages in the cortege. The queen was dcoply veiled in order to con ceal her emotion. As the procession passed through the streets the populace wept. uccaMonaiiy a cnoer was given for Queen Cnristina. On arriving at tne palace the casket was carried by grandees from the car to the hall of the palace, where the body will lie in state from Saturday until the day of tho funeral. The sad procession from El Pardo to Mad rid was made under a flood of glorious sun light and the weather was delightful. It is estimated that the multitude who viewed the pageant numbered at least 80,000. King Alfonso's life was insured for $000,000. A Itebelllon In NepauL Calcutta, Nov. 30. Insurgents have at- tacked the royal palace at Khatmandu, and alter a bard tight captured the citadel Prime Minister Junz Hauadur. the real ruler of the kingdom of Nopaul, was killed, The mabaraja, who is a minor, is now $ prisoner in tbe hands of the rebels. The British min ster was absent at the time. Koithern Spain In a State of Slose. Madrid, Nov. 30. A state of siege ha; been declared In Old Castile, forming tho present provinces of Buergos, Valladolld, Vallencia, Avula, Segovia, Soria, Locrono, and Bantauder. It is leported that revolu tionary agents with important papers bar arrrvou iu cue northern provinces. A Sortie at Wlddln. Viksna, Nov. 30. Dispatches received hero state that the Bulgarian garrison at Widdin made a sortie, but wasr e pulsed after desperate fighting, which many bayonets were crowed and hand-to-hand struggles occurred. i ue slaughter was heavy on buth sides. A Meteoric lib play. Lo k do n . Nov. 3d. A te leg ram from Teheran, Persia, report that magniflceot tar boo wers have baen witnessed there at intervals the general direction being front northeast to northwest. Naples reports a meteoric dis play in connection with Biela'd comet to have been unusually brilliant From the northwestern sky there have been '.arge showers of sbootimr star.'. which have attracted universal attention, In London an 1 the suburbs the showers of meteor: ward well observed iu the early hours nf the evening, but a? tbe night ad-vance-i the sky became very cloudy and there va a fall ef tine rain which prevented any observation. MONEY THROWN AWAY. The Etit or the Ijte Charli 31 aria n Hitine.1 by Ilia Widow. New York. Nov. 30. -When Charlei Morgan, known to the w.rld as the owner of "Morgan'. Louisiana & Texan Railroad and KtmitiWlijp line," died, six years a?o, he left tn.otHMhh) in well-inveited oash. By his lirst wife he had five children, two soa;t oui three daughter. Mr. Morgan married Mis Hex ton in 1847. When on Ais death-bed he gave bis family the portio 14 of property be intended they hould bae. Hi wife, the late Mary Jane Morgan. iceivei f&M.OJO; Charles Whifc ney, husband of one of his daughter.', $350 -000; Mrs. Qjiiitard, another daughter, f 15J.0U0; Gorgs Whitney, bis grandson, 100,000; and another grmndsoti, tbe eon of bis eldest son, Charles, fl)u,00u be mado a will bequaathtng all his estate to his heira-atdaw to be divided according to the laws of this state. Thuridow and Mr. Mor gan' son Henry began suit to compsl the conversion back to the estate of the large sums the old man had given away on his death-bed, but the cases have never been uetermined. Mrs. Alary Jane Morgan re ceived as her share of the estate :i.0O0.iXX in auaiuon to the tuo.ouu given in cash by tu-r budbaud. Wbeu she died her en tore estate was not worth over fci.UOU 000. It is stated that the Itev. Nathaniel w. ixnikiing, who preached Mr. Morgan funeral sermon, came in for a great sh re the fortune, Mr Morgan took a groat inncy w mm ani bought him house worth $o3, ooo, furnishing it the ex to lit of 1 45,000. Besides tliL she sent Mr. Conkling aud family to Europe several timet, and sent him also $110,000 in money. Eighteen month ago muo gave mm ouj,uuu in per cent, gov ernment Donus. Mrs Morgan also gave one jsweier oero in less than six years si.ouu.uuu. n hen she died she left the bulk or her estate to the lisv. Mr. Conklitie. refuses to say anything about the case, ex oept that be considered Mrs. Morgan sane. A rittburff Nan'i Fearful Kxperlenco. Pittkuuhu, Nov. ao. Mr. Sullivan Brit- Uin.no years of are, a well-known co: merchant of the east end, was found at 7 :U0 o'clock (Saturday morning lying on a com- in hii cilice in an unconscious condition. An alarm was given and a physician sum iiiuueu, nuu inuiiu nun DLueuiu pro fusely from a bullet wound in the side ot bis bead nnd another in left arm. After much dilllculty Mr. Brit- tain was restored to consciousness und lated a terrible ex)terience with two marked uurgiar wno uau iirceu an entrance intu his idjepiiig-room ad j lining the oltlce, about ii o'clock iu the morning. When ho awoke he was confronted by the twj men, who cuminencd shuoting nt him, with the above result, lie reigned iliK-onaciouHUei-B, but the burglars not satisli-j I, poured th3 contents pf an oil can over tho bo 1 and nt lire to it. Mr. Brittain tln-dw tr the cover ami started for tho door. The burglars becom ing alarmed from his shouts, also inl. The old gentleman is seriously, possibly fu tally injureu. mere hud clew to tho burglars. who had made an unsuccessful ell'ort to open his safe. A Kevulutlim Feared Montkhkv, Nov. :J0. The state legisla ture adjourned Wednesday. Ouo of iu last acts was to give the governor extraordinary powers and to direct him to maintain the state government at all hazards. Tho trov. ernor is absent at his mi bur bun rosideuce in Garcia, and the city is b'iiic filled with revolutionists, and bo v eral large bauds of armed men will arrive within the next forty-eight hours from interior towns. Unloii the state govern ment asserts itself speedily and energetically it will be lost The revolutionists are well armed and are ready to fight It is generally oenevou iney win succeed in overthrowni: the state authorities unlcsi tho federal government comes to thoir amistauc.t. Latkh. lhe mayor bai received dis patches stating that the federal government will place a sufficient number of troops at tbe disposition of tbe governor to on a Mo him to put down the rebellion. Mortnou Kldevtt In Illlnol. Mattoon, UK, Nov. Ua For so vend weeks Edgar county has been vi it hI by two mormon eiueri, who irctiuont tho rural districts and from tho country school bouses sow broadcast their doclrino-i, One night they apooarad nt Sutrar Croek Hchool-house, near 1'aris, and were about to retire after lttvachini whon a listener tok lhe tlmr and rnkod them fore and aft with hot shot of ridicule and invective. The toucher iu tho district followed and rubbed salt in tho wounds thu preceding speaker had made. No one pres ent would take the Mormons home fur a night's shelter, and they mado their pallet) on tho bare school-room iloor, and next day moved on to pastures new. A lteduetlon In the Working t'oi-m. Nkw Yoiik, Nov. yi). An order reduc ing tbe number of brukeiiien on Dasr.onirc trains on the Krle railroa 1 has cone into of lect-. Hei"otorore through express trains a rule bnve bad a baggae-maiter and three brakemeu, nnd local trains a bagn; master and two brakemen. Uiuk-r the new order tut one brake mm allowed on local train 4 and two on the heavy through trains, which havo as many as nine or tea coaches. This reduc tion of tho force meets with the strongest opposition, not only from tho brakemeu who are thrown out of employment, but from the conductors ani bag n a cemasters. wh find their work and poind oil i ties greatly increnej. Congo! Ida t Ion of Live Stock AsHOciatloiiji. Si'Rtxai'iKLn, Ills., Nov. &. The confer once committei of tiu Nitional Caitle Growers of Americ.i nu 1 the National Cattle and II one Uroweiv association met hei. hriday, and agreed upon the consolidatiun or tne two associations under tho name Unconsolidated Cattle (Irower A sociatio:: of the United Statea it was agreed to nl low the horse grower t hold mombor-diip in the consolidated association, but t do away with individual reprososontatiou. The constitution of the Chicago association, with a few unimportant changes, Wm adopted. Ills I'lans rrimtratcd. Nkw Yoiik, Nov. ;i0. William llador. a middle-aged man who keeps a disreputable house in Cbrystie street, was arreted on tbe btoamship Kheiu, as she came to her piorrriday. Tbe police bad boen notiikd by a cablegram from Uermanv that he had stolen two young women from thoir homo in Heaso-Darmstadt. Tho girls wore with Hader. Thoy stated that ho cave them tickets and induced them to come by tel ing thein they would have a life of ease hero. Hader was hold in $5,000 for exam ination and tlio girls wre cared for. The llaltiinore Jt Ohio. New Yoiik, Nov. 3 ). A I'hiladeluhia special to tue nerai l says that thj ncgotia tions between the Baltimore & O.'iio Rail way company and tha 1'hiladelpliia & Mid land Hail road company fur tbe purchase of the latter road have baen broken olf, but that tlii. will not interfere with the issue of J4 50J.- JO0 worth of bouds own the B-ihiinorc Sc Ohio Short Line by which it etfocU nv entrance to Philadelphia. A War of Cable Itaten Threatened. Nkwoiik, Nov. au. A war is threat ened in cable rates. Manager Ward, of the Commercial cabU company, said that ne luiiy expected the pooled companion would begin a war. They had sent a repre sentative to the Commercial company and demanded that it should advance its rates. This the Commercial declined to do. The present rate is 40 cauUaword. audit is said that this may bo cut 0 pjucc, or l'J cents, a word. A New Stock Kxchauge. Nkw York, Nov. 30. A circular letter has beeu is mod to mem ben of tbe stock ex hange urging, in view of the fact that the dealings are largely increasing and the ques tion of providing more room is a -rain pre senting itself, that a new site should be uht and a build ing! erected which shall suthfe for all future needs of the exchange. i he total cost oi grouud and building is placed at td.OOM.OOj. Minnie Palmer, the famous actress, says that Dr. X. Stone's Hronrhiai Wa fers prevented her dismissinher audicne many litres. 3oe. A once prominent minister of tbe cost pel is running a bar in Uleda, M. T. All Sorts of harts and many sorts r.f ails ci man and beast need a coding lotion. Mustang -inimc;:t. . A ltulned Warehouse Baltimore, Md., Nov. 80. The supports l-i the central portion ot the upper floors oi he warehouse at 126 and 129 South Eutaw .treat, owued by the CUauaoey Brooks Ktate, gave way at 8 o'clock Saturday noruing, aud that part of the building :um bled In with a terri ble eras h. The ouilding wa occupied by tbe Baltimoro Col'l 8L..re and lie frigera ting company and by Mai burg Bros. The latter firm had $60,U0J worth if tobacco stored on the tot floor, and tho refrigerating company bad alwut -J.OO0 worth of stock on tbe lower floors. consUtiug of applox. butter, eggs, etc. What tho damage to the stock is can not yet bi detenu i nail, but it must be heavy. Tho building Is damaged to, 000. Cruelty of I)ifter Indians. SaS liKitNAHDINO, Cel., Nov. 30. Thomas Htanton, who was tortured by lndiau Thanksgiving evouiug, diel Saturday morn in;;. Tne Indians will tie lynched if found Pixr Ktan ton wa tortured in r shocking n inn nor. lie w as camjied in a grove ue.i r the city, -and wa cook I ii' Lis supper at the caniD-firf, when four Indiana appeared and dBmandod whi.sky. Hj bad none, and thereupon the savage-, attacked him. Ho was first uiimer ci fully heaton, und then hel 1 over a camo- Mre until his le, ; were buruel to a cri-p. II was lib-rally ro.isted alive. The Iudians ti.lon to the lazy and dirty Digger tribe. Tuey have thus far escaped capture. Can nun To lie Suspended. Nkw York, Nov. 0. The World Wadiin;;toii special Rays: It is reported there that Fresulont Cleveland intends soon Xr) a-k for tbo resignation of tlu comp troller of the currency, Mr. IL W. Cannuu, as great procure is being brought to btar upon him by others for tbe position. Mr. Cann m wtts ajjointed in May, IS 8-1, and tho term of odlco is live years. Job ii MCillluuli'it I'roperty. Ftnt.AUKl.PAlA, Nov. 31. The late John McCtillouh. tue actor, having died Intes tate, the registrar of wills (Saturday morn fnggrautod letters of administration on the estate to tLie tJuaran toe Trust A Safe IJu-po-it3 conipany Th3 estate by the deced ent is valued nt $4i,oJ, (4,UJ0 of which is in iiersonal elfects and the remainder iu real estate. Appoiutiunnts, WASHrNOTON City, Nov. 81. Tho nresi dent has ina lti tlio following ippointniunts Fo-itin istars: Ward tlnj;ry at Ithaca, N Y., vice R C. Vankirk, r'sii'tie I, and Ileiirv' KUWj'll at S.tnecu Falls. N. V. ADVICE TO M0THEK3. Are von diHttirlx-d at ni"ht nnd broken of your rest by n sick child siillormtr and eryiny with pain of cutting teeth? If so, send at once nnd yet a pottle of mrs. Winslow H Soothing Syrup for children U'cthiiit'. Its value is incaleulabli'. Il will relieve lhe por little sufferer im medial ely. Depend upon it mothers, there is iro mistake about it. U eurcf; lyscnU'i'Vi tliarrhiea, regulates the stom ach and ho well, cures wind colic, soft ens the gmiitt, reduces inliamniatioii. and givey tone nod energy to the whole sys tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of one ol the oldest and best female nurses and phy at chins in the United Slates, and is foi sale by all druggists throughout Hie world. Price 25 cents per bottle. feb-28-nv w-s m 1 y A London project is to nniku plates bv photo-engraving of the American illus trated miiga.inra, print them on a com mon quality of paper, and get them on the foreign market nl half price within four days after lhe issue Ihree of the or iginala. Norvoas Dt'Dilitated Men. You are allowed a fire trial of tfurt rtais of the use of Ir. Dye's Celebrate Voltaic Helt Willi J'Jeelnc hutipensory Applianics, for the speedy relief and niiinent cure of Norvous Debility, Ions of Vitality and Manhood, 'and all kindred troubles. Also, fur many other diseases. 'omplcle resloraiiou to health, vigor and manhood "Miaruntccd. No risk is incurred Illustrated pamphlet, with full i n forma tion, leriiis. etc., mailed free by address- ing V oltaic licit Co., Marshall, Mich. i lend tx w Some wontlchoptiers al work in Ueorg' ia cut down n tree iu whicli they saw that tnlerent Kind id wood bad been dove tailed. This they cut out and found more thai $1,000, which had been secret- d apparently twenty or twenty-live y ears ago. An Enterprising, Reliable House. Uailz & llabnsen can always lie relied upon, not only to carry in stock the best ol every thing, but to secure the Agency or such articles as have well knowu mer und are popular with the people, thereby sustaining the reputation of being always enterprising, and ever reliable Having secured the Agency for the cele- iratcu Dr. lviugs JNew Discovery tor Consumption, will sell it on a positive guarantee!'. It will surely cure any and every allcction of 'Ihroat. Jaings, and -best, and to show our confidence, we invite you lo call and get a Trial Mottle free . Twelve live prisoners In tbe Kentucky enitentiary work nt chuirmaking. Not one of them is under six feet in height Eleven of them are ex-Confederate sol diera. They are all induMrious obedient, submissive, and uncomplaining. A CARD. To all who ure suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, win send a recipe that will cure you. KKEE OF CHARGE. This great remedy m discovered by a missionary in South America. S''nd a self addressed envelope to the Hkv. Johkfii T. Inman, Station D Mew York City. A man in deltersonville, Ind., who has been experimenting with cotton for sev- rai years, clutms to have originated n plant that can be successfully grown in lhe Northern States. Don't say there is no help for Catarrh, Hay Fever and Cold in Head, siuco thousands testify that Ely s Cream Balm has entirely cured them. It supersedes the uungerous use of lujuids and siiuus. It is easily applied with the finder and gives relief at once. Price 50 cts, ftt druggists. AO cents by mail. Send for circular. Kly IJros., Owego, N. Y. The Milkado of Japan desires the es tablishment of English schools with En- glibh teachers in his empire. ItOUHtOI.M'H ATI II I HOSI'HVI fi A Good Thing Dr. Adam Miller, Chicago, 111., says: I have recommended Horsford's Acid Phosphate to my patients, und have re ived very favorable reports, it is one of the very few leally valuable prepara tions now offered to the afflicted. In a practice of thirty-stive years I have found few good things, und this Is one ol them. Xew York farmers have discovered tat charcoal ia better than earth for law hing celery. A Phv:eian Teulmonv lu the treatment of tun and hron rhiai diseases the liver is often implicated tA,'such an extent that a hepatic remedy In ouits necessaiy. Iu the treatment of toll cases I prescribed him moos .Liver emulator with entire satinfaction. 1 lind m n arts ninny uia ciiwiuaiij iu ru ie the aecretious of the liver, stomach of bowels. I. L. Blenhenson, M. D enboro, JS.J. I have received great benefit from the use of Athlophoros; more than from" any owier remeiiy, and l Have tried a great many fur the relief of neuralgia. Many who liavo used it have also been orentlv relieved. John Ilearn, publisher Valley 'inii'Kt, Oliiuev, Olll'), A large owl was recently shot iu IJrad lorn coumv liiat had a leather strap oucKica aroiin-i one of ii is legs. bvery dog has his day. cats have the nights and man has Dr. X. Stone's Uron ehial Wafers, the great throat and luin remedy. 35c. Absolutely Pure. Thi nowilcr ticvcr vnnct. A ntnrvcl of tmrilv ! if nirt It hikI Hiioli s)iiii'H"fs ; inurv t'coiioniicul Hum Hie onhiKirv kimi.-, :ml r:inn)l he wihl in cniiiiic(ilii:i wiili ttic tiniltil ml'1 nf low l.-si, s'mrt weight uliiiii in- plii)-iliati- piiwlrrn. S-i!,l only in rutts. HovaI, K!,i I'owiiiiit t'o , Idf, Wutl SI. New York EPITHELIOMA! OR SKIN CANCER. For ft vcti yi'itrf 1 sufTrn-d with a riinrt r mi mv fare; all tlm s iiniile rt iim (lii f wi-r ' hi-plied to iillr viiilr thf puiii, hut tin' il;n"t; roul iuiicil to ntw. iliiull V I'Xli-iidinu into l lie iin-c, I'roiu v hirli ciiiiii' llowi!-ti ili.-clitirMi- vrry oi.fnmvi' in (.-liiinictiT. us h!m IrHboni'il. iiikI iidiiovi'o nu it rrt:t. di nl. Altoill i-i I'll I luoiillis iii.ro 1 u:is ii) ill:ui!:i. ul Hie liniifi' oi ii friiMid, vv Im so si roiiL'ly ivi ommenilcti tin- HM-of S ift s Spi t tlii- th:il I (It li'l'liiiiicd In itiuko rui i-lTort lo urociiri! II: ill Mom I wan t-ur- I in L'.iii ilMtsi-. Thf hilliu'iii c of l 1m- iiii'ilii iiH' "it Hr" l v:ih lo Munewlitit ittrunaviitc thi- iu ( ii hi t Ik- iiii1;iiiiiii:il inn vvun iiIIiiwmI. ioiiI I hcyiiii to iiiij-ovi jificr tin- ll t I ti-w hoi ill!: in v ifi iU'i'iil hi'iilth tins greatly Inijuovril ; I atn Htiun , ini't iihii- in Ho liny kinil nl work ; I In runrcr 111 V I it'i- l"'L'im (mIi'i't:i- iunl r lit 1 1 It -1- lii tii .i until Ihi-ii' i imt ri vr.-titof it h-fl onlv a link' tin pl.ici' vln-ii- ii bail lit' n; I am f ii n. atly lo aiwi r all iiui'Miim n lmiv Ma. ,lon k A. Allioita. ( . Anpii! mil. lr.. I i ; J iiiL' it in April, IKS improvt'tl. ycl I In-1 I'DIlt illlli'tl to L'llHV M.v ill Hi W:f Itlllfll r w it ir Ii at in in v lire hi flowty hut niiiflv; tin- hancii L,rri'w anil lii-fiiiiir iilti- lu:ivy : I fi ll that i must i itlit'i- haw it cut m- Uu;; hut it roiinm-iici-ii in---jiri;ili; ili:iul il u f nf :iltno-t hl.ii'U. thirk hlimil. ll I'oiititnu'ii titTilin;,' arotii.. the cilsit- until Kch rtitwy, when it was rnUrcly tit'ah-il up ukI well. Ki.TSV W.JOll. riM-lii'at'lt, l'lvn.oii h IV . Maw- ,liilv 13. lsH.'i. Swift'H Spi fillr K i-titiivly vrifi'talih', anil m-cnis to run- i am :r l . ruichi': out tin; hiipiiriiicx from till' itlooil. Trt-al im on tlli'oi' ami Skin li-c im- nriih'tl fni Tub iSwnr siivihi' ("n , lh.ivii-i !. All.oi.:i. On.. No. lor V. SU Kl., N. V Used herlis in doctoring lha fnmilv.aiid her Biinplo ruuicdiow iU vt'iilC in most caaen. Without, tho uho of herba, medical scienco would ba powerless; ttnd yet the tendency of the times is to neglect tho het of nil remedies for those powerful medicines that eeriously in jure tho nyntom. it 3 combination of vnlunblo herbs, earc fully compounded fi-om tho lormulaof a reftulnr Phyxieinn, who iiHod this pre scription largely in his private practice with creat aucoKH. It ia f a drink.bnt ft medioino used by many rlivicians. -Jt ia inviiluablu for hYSi'i-:tsi A, h lltJVlSY nnd J.I V Kit I'O M I I. A 1 XTS, A ;( rot.'H i:x haisti o.y, wha - XKHS, JMUd .'.S70Y, Ar..- find while curing will ttof h;irt tlie system. Mr. C. J. Rhodes, a well-kuown Iron man of BafeKarhor, Pa., writes: "My son v.-ai coinpletelv prnpl rntr-d t'j" fever and ani. Oiiiiune nn-l luirhn diil linn no K"ih1. I then wni f.ir Minlib-i-'u jlerh HitteiB and iuUKhort tiino the boy was ijuito well." "E. A. Scbellentrager, Druggist, 717 fit. Clair Street, Cleveland, O., writes : ' Your Hilt its, I cnu sav, ami do ray, art pro BrrilM t by whir of tlio oldtat anil uio,t ruuimtitt iiiynjii;uin in our nly." MISHi-ER HERB BITTERS CO., B25 Commerce St., Philadelphia. Farker'B Pleasant Worm Syrup Never Fail New Advertisements I FITS! i'ly lo Mt''J t Ih llTTiennil (li-n I I l.ftvm ni..l.- I i Kirn, It. I W.M hl-II.KI'hV t.r K.1LUNH r.,m my n- i Irratiii- nl"! olkiltle of nir I'lttOiMf r. in- !. i.lvw liitrMi.utl T. iddrurj Ur. II. U. liOO l , IB3 IVat 1 bl., KcW Vutt. PIANO- POnTES. Tone, Toncti, Worlnsiansliip & Dnratility. N. 204 and a6 West ft. Itlmore Btrtct, IJulllmore. Ka. m itrta Avenue.-, U vt York. WANTED Yihihk l-adiesin city or c imity work 11 fur ,r n- ;1i tii.-ir luiuif-i: ftit-iiiat inir i-niiilnyineiil ; nn iin-triirtionc to liny ; work can In st-nt hy matt Idlftiitift' no iilo 'ioin ; w im f.M'r ' h ' " rii'iie; mi canviiffinn. pMriiciuars i rui, iiri-nin-of work iniiili il for f.mnviitH in flHiiip-; pli-ai-i luldrr."' lloMi;AlANtrAiTraiHuto., ioion, musi. I. o. Hox 1!U. WASTK l - An artive M-hi ir '.Vontan in cvury cmi!y to f-H our tfiHul-; !-:lMr f :r ir inoiiln anil eiin1'' or ""nimisfi'-n : i xihiii h in iui vane O'-1 it'" ' M'r f '',r, i:iiliir- Hlllt?, i'l'ANI)Ai'JlI!'VKi: AliK H0-.1011, Ma. eOilSOMFTION t ff hi t:- , t,, ' " I " i-i !i'i; irir.4 Ir..-i....l riiP. l II'J llll ll III ll" fii--y. t.l I ill t. 'I V IMi ,t FkiVH, U.f .l.-r 'ith a V lr Dl:LKHlETIh on tl..i -JW'J'w. t :m nuVifr, OUt, K rH uuX r. U. itM. Itti. I . bUCUtI, l:i lrl 3t, tl.K tianir owitrt nsy flpl I Yll-SSC i GRANDMOTHER UU Mm il IB VVBB WH 1 rUOFKSNIONAI, t'AHIIS. WILtlAM JACKSON, TTo!M;y AT LAW'. Ofth o in Hoct; UUiat -1 National bank HuiWing, Hm Ilunt, I P. J. Iff. BEARD SLEyT ATTOKMSY AT J. AW Office with J. T. Ken worl h v . 1 . 35 S. coiul a v ut. aini-1 4w6m HfcrcONNELLY ' ATTOItNKY AN1 fOVNSE I.T.Olt AT I.AW. SY llnck li-laml, 1 U. OIHre in i'.ift Ottlrf linild i L' ov.r Mitchidl Jyuue'a Hank, Koomu No 8 ?.n uitv vH- 'wly B. I. AWKKNKV. c. I,. WAI.KEH. SWEENEY & WALKER, ATTOltNIvYS AMI t'Ol'NSULl.dKs AT LAW. Office in Ih iis.'fioii'i. Mock. h'iK'k Iclaml. Hi ttll).'-l-UWV E. W. HURST, TI'OHMSY ANDOH'NhKI.I.OII AT I.AW.- . , ,tn,-,' In .unyonir TeniM,' h uck. OVi r lio, Ii I.- iumf Nu.iunal V. i K. Hock I nUnd, 111. M. M. CORBETT, A TTUUNKV AT LAW, SnMt!ior Inthsnrcry ami iV NiMary Public. Ahetnu tf, I.naim anil alh-c Itiod;, u-iry HHmt. no GUIDO BECK, A IO MIT 'T. Sfcoiiil A Vi-iiuc. over IVnj.l.' i NaO.iital liatili IU MMCSS IIMIKCTOItV. W'oilT, Clm., Ul !fvi'!)ti-i-jitli ntnu't, j J A l( N KSS M AM' l-'Ai 'Ti : I! Ifi (f. Ham-rniiili. .Tolm. 2til iv-hlei-iith utri-i't. J AUDWAIJB. Sti'WHrt & Mont'.'oiniTv. .Six) noroml hvciiiuj. ISH(ilANTTAII.H;s. Weinit, 11. lay m-coml HVctiUi. JKWKPAriCKS. The KocIe Ir-laml I ah. V Annun; piihliMlu-il every evi'iiiiiLMSiiiiilaj I'xn'ptt-il) in Aru'utt block, tip pos.it e Pofiollli-e. ltl ti.i;uhi rtif.iiiL nit-ilium in the city. The linrk I la ml Wkkklv Alio I'm; pill) Untied every Kriil.iv. A line lull ilt-ii.iriiiN-ni in -inmi.-- iion wiui Ilie i-r'lUiilir.Hinflil. Ii ST A I ' It A NTS AN II t'( (N l-'KI 'T H N K KS. Krell. l-'reii.. Kit'.) ieconil avenue. Westplial. t..!in. L'lyn mini avenue. STAY PROLONGED, UNTIL DEC. 20. Unprcrtilinti'il Succcsb! 4111 I'nticntx now under Traitnionl! (1:1 Turmil iiway hy li im. Pronounce, I Ituriinihlc! urn - 4 X ir 3v. DR. WICHOLLS, English Specialist, C()K. 1'1'T1I AND $l!AIY KTS., DAY KNTOItT, IOWA. At tin1 n-iiii'ft of his ninny palii'iit , )ia f MlTailR' cu to i ninntL' li im -1 :i v uniil lit v Jii. Alt Chi'iiiii: iiml l.on Stiuntiny DIki-hm-s ti.e I'l's-fiillv I n-:ilril. .'.''"' "'r lointj ii' I! niuli-r thr cftro of or im n pliyslt'ifiii, Ho not crti on me. iim inn- nrov nci i lo ttvnt thnsi' who cjinnot 11ml rt'iji l' nl inrwi w. CONsril'ATluN VUKK. Offln hours fnun n. in., lo ii in ; ) lo .i, ii ltd t lo ll o. in. A WT'CS' FiFjS!?' )i.uANii:Vi'AKsi:iia JtXiJVJXAO W -If 1 liwio.iiniJr.tinici'.ind A Radical Cuns rcrv fr':.oiwiuin.-nre"or Organic We aka p:3. f?T, ,i? inYotin.'. r.i;.-.! A&ai iYlnn. Tr-Trm roi; uvr-i " YrARJCvusriM i.v.i Thousand CASE;;. x!,,ain.r In,.,-!,,, i-Vlr-i, .-HM.rlBM.llCSt! liC. . (.C,t i .! "i-S1-"1 uipo..i.iof t!u hu. rmat. KARRJSREWiKsiY'OO.jM'roCKCMIST R U BTUCP PtMCUMB! Not, .-. TllW, THE IblOLIHE SAVINGS BANK (CbartiTt-fl ty thol.fiiieliimrtiol Illinois.) MlOLINB - - ILLINOIS Oven dnily trooi !l A. M. lo .1 P. M.,and on Ttien dH and Saiurday KvcnlnK from 7 to 8 o'clock. Ictorei Allowed on Doposlts t tha rfttt of 1 por went. Pr AEnom. DopoBitfi rooeivod in amount ho! $ and upwards. SlECUltlTY AND ADVANTAGES. TheurivntciiroiK-rtvol the Tr!iitteB im nnion ihlc to tho 'U tH)-ltori. The olhCi-imrt- ttrolilhilcd from horrowiiiy any ofitc H'nu.-yo. Minor and ninrrn o worm ;. rou-ctt-U ty cin-ciftl mw. Orrii-Bnn: S. V. Whs clock. I'rcr' Jcnt :.Tiniw Hood, Vice i'n-tt1:iji ; ,'. F. IIkmxnwa v. fah)i-r l ulstkjc: s . li.lock, I.ri r 8ktnntr VV. Loh.U-H. Nelson Chcrlcr. II W. Cundtn. (; T. (iraiiiz. A. S. Wright, C. r". Il. nmw-ty, John (ioci.i.,1. M. i.irlfty, JI.Kto-1.lard. rrv i iil- i j n i y cunf inreo "H viii ib itniiBio nun AUCTION AN1I COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attend SaleH IN B1TH1R CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate cbartfen, or ReceiveConsignments anJ mak prompt return. BOO I IST.AVn efond AvcnoA .FREE! teUlBLl SELF CURE f..K.i,i,- nr. - 'ti''n of one of the most tiAlf o i.,.i s-ii t 'li t m Ihr V. S. fnow rctrc-H) f,r l- ' ' Aifrr.n IH-blll(r l.w Mitiihtio'l. yi.r :jikI llrcny. Sm ll l III) SCui,.C . IU' 1 ' L'rili'islpl tHIl lilt It. Arldress Off. VMO fr CO., Louisiana. Mo fi '2tf . M.T. A BaVn, Ptrmwrfnt Cbi f-r l mall, ttj-.W, 10 cenu, nnrsir4. RLU. LUUK AUUiICJO. CO.. btSgAUi, U.I. v54 ff. B. IcteoD, IWCi Second Avenup, Has just ruruivril Lis Fall Woolens, consisting (if SUITINGS and OVERCOATINGS, Tile bent hi l. ftiuiul in lhe Mi rUet, ( , compribing all tho Novelties of the Season Ami prices the lowest fotiirst c lass work . ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! I'ntcnt Oust nnil Wrought Iron Fence! (,'lieiijwst Ki-m-e in tile World for lifsidence or Cemt'tery JiOta. Made auy Height Desired. If'All fcimls' f IIMIN nial MACIMNB w.ilk W'tilc r,n jn irrK. IKIWMNIi J1R0S-. Hook Island, Im,. .-S-tlly The Acme Ledger AN1 T.IL1. UOLOKR. il. lit-.- fin roiinl--; I hi- !:i tiriMiiccK mini ami rnnvt'lm ii pill-.' Mll.ll) .lllll trMhfil-Ilt HC- iul ln-t: h iii- rt-ii v io i vi-ry Mrilid fir ctniijjlli, hi'tiuly Sonic of Ilic iiilv!.iit:ii;t nrol' Mil l.i'ik'cr inc.- 1 . All 1 Im- f-iimiM Hi-en ft sal t- jilut'i- ami iDii t U- in lltit'c v rit nirn suVftl . lire I v Hit i lull fm m. ,-i'lv- in Mil one hi '2. I''iir colleclidii the bonk imiv lie cai tin- nif k't. If the bill in iuitl il iluin on it in icaily for tin- in-xl tiiiic. :i. When liar He rn to pav, nr:ili lime L'tl In if not mv - en tin tin titll iw n iiily tu In- rnii-iiiii.l. Tlic Ledger it not Jiuih ii to ui' ni'fH, hut t-an In- iiM .1 lu nilvanliii' Vnifimss. Mic('ial luifi in tiny rctal Any hniiM'M inilii who 4ii Hie lonl;mt for Oui. In ul iiiitt I i me f-av in;; in i-nl iiin ciniiinl nf- loru io t:its lino uiMi'-iit a ttinl, wlm Ii mivuIvi-k im n-l, ;i- tlic hilU ttiini-hcil nu- iih.nc w.utli t hi tiioiii-y tur tin juijioi-ci ol hii! Itrmlr- i.rplatc inciiN. County Jtilits lor Sale. All nnli i-vj limintitlv nilcil. I'riit of l.cilt-i'r. wilh I.imn hill lu inis, iieaily in inlcil. :',?;. All onii-ifi lor I he ledger, mnl all rit-ii-if h Tor oiihty rights, in iixl he uil.lit-r-i il to .1. W. I'ti'lTKlt. Annus ilKKiric. Hock Ulainl. III. WhO ME0AL, rAKlH, lSIB. BAKER'S Warranted nhsttlutvly puro t'orna, from which tho excess of Oil hiw been removed. Ithiiutfiree times the itrmgth of Cocoa mitutl Willi Stiirt-h, Arrowroot or ttiirfur, ami iri therefore far more oeunuml ciil, costing I? than one cent a cup. It tit (lellclotia, nourishing, Btrem;Uiei)tiiKi ciutUy difeateJ, und fuliniruhly adapted for invatlUa am well Hit fur ienotiH In tieullh. Sold lif tirocwrH flfury where. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. PUBLIC NOTICE. I'o .lohn A . Hnry. Nn. l5K:i-l 81 Ii Street, New York City, Ni York: II v order of (lie Citv Cinnu il of the cltv of Hork I-)nini, oti -ue hi Tchv iiotillrrt lii till Uit I tin c i'.ii four (-1 1, live i. six (lit, mm n i 7 ttnd eiyht Hi in Iihii li lull v Hirer f i:ti. in 1 1tBl hiertuii or Lou er A 1 1 1 1 i ! urn Ni l Ik- t il of Kork l HTi'il, tmi line drHu n from ii mjiit on 1 1 1 1- r-oi.lli r-iile ot 'itiil dlcrk Iuh feci hiOnw lhe enxle i'MuMMum! fi i Sixlh hvcihih oiiufiii- Hiit hlui li to u line mi the north fide of Hit id Mock three reel hi-mv lhe irrndi- i--lariliHhed for I'ifth nveniie npoite s-aid hit rk, wilhiiilen (10) tinyn from ihU dttte. I'lili Mf tliin notice in rcinp'ied with, within lhe the time r'liecitii'd. fte).' will tie ttiken to llll the name :M jour e.xjicnue. Dated tit Hock I -.luiid, 1 I1h thin '2 II h d nj of Or Inher, A. I)., ins.", Lot is V. El'KHAirr. City Marshal. il POSITIVE Cure without Medicine Patented ltd IK. IStt On tw-x will cure e mo t (tliHlihrite rase i four da.vn or lei ALLAN'S Aflod?clted BOUGIES, Nn iiif'unii(" ilH' of fiilieh', rnpuil'ii or oil nt iHMlnhvii4id licit lire ei-rlinii to proiluce lvpej -itt ly dentroj irijj the coiiline (.f tin- r-tninRcii. Price fi.fiO. Niiin iiv nil iini.ri:tlc or niailri tin receipt oi price, r or i iinner it.'iniciiarH her for circular: I'd Hoy l.Tfi. C J ALLAN CO, nvHyr ftt .Inhu dr. et, New i.rk. cues . hOOSLKY. J. M. Jit'KOKIi, , Loohi.ky, Hit ford & Loosley Bros. nUNRKAl Insurance Agents. The old Pre anil Time Tried prc9etiied ompai.iea fit LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. laic K3 low a? nn Heliahle Comp-in en affoid Your l'lroriiLe i" SiieilriJ tWOflire In ArKtiP Ititifk. The Emzzi FysjiaoES An Mlt tei-!oi(.'. tliu- i -ii ; BtiKiuiit ol ittlenltdli; i :irryi nni e.iiriiit: iTti-i nnifoi They ili. Hi..; ti e !.- IlUt H till m-reefunc-) i-f ! lt 1,1 or -! .r in il'-' Iiiie. :ui1 selve- ty t-avti'.; in ";it I'ttK rr.'H ilie leant xni q v Hiv with eerutiKtr, iuli ni tMiiMratur?. : i'-rmlii tciMcrrenetl iii. iihiitrwHt,piti :e -My t.if l.ir them V'.1 ,n a iisrante.-. tiVntr ti r I 1885. SICUER'S 1886. CALIFORNIA P. P. P. P'S Popular Pullman Palace Parties. Grand Exciiriion f,.r f,i Anvrlri. Hun rmtn ! aii1 Honk lillH, Mi.rnlay -t. I !-. 1. ami lec. I U MUmJkH. 3Aimuvr il cUrk St Cfalca DC A T U IT C O lfu CAOSEB n-l CnBF, hyone CArHCdd wi... u- uat twei.iy-viah .vearit; treated hy mnl (it the noted tM-eUtit of the day with no b-n fit. (.'urttl himtttf in three mmithi and pinee then hundred of other by came prov-eftt; a plain. Fimpie and eoecetSHfnl home treatment: addrea T. S. PAGB. 12H Kaat ttah tt., Wcw York CUy. apt SdX i X