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.AJtUUtJ WEDNESDAY, MUtCH 30, 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
ANARCHY AT PARIS.
Dynamite Explosion in a Prom
inent Banking Institution.
TWO MEN INJURED, TWO AERESTS.
Vol Ice on ftnard at tlie Scene A Warn
ing to a Klrh nutiller Because He I
Rich Landlords Give Threatened Per
sons Notice to Quit The Gay City Al
moHt in a Panic Over the Explosions
and the Uynamitartls Delighted Ju
ries Too Timid London on the Qui
PAKUt, March 30. There was a dyna
mite explosion late yesterday afternoon In
the building of the Credit of I.yonnaise,
one of the largest hanking institutions of
the city. The extent of the damage has
fcot yet been learned. It is said that two
persons were injured. Police are in charge
of the buildiug and refuse to let anybody
approach. Two arrests have been made.
Landlords netting Anxious.
The landlord of buildings in which of
ficials believed to be obnoxious to anarch
ists reside, are getting anxious about the
safety of their property, and Judge Benoit
has received a notice from his landlord to
quit. It appears that the landlord had re
ceived notices from his other tenants that
they would quit if lieuoit did not.
The anarchists have sent a warning to a
rich distiller named Premier, who lives in
the manufacturing town of Homans, in
the department of Drome. They threaten
that his distillery will lie blown up with
dynamite on May D;iy. They have no
(midge against him, but will destroy his
building simply because he is the richest
man in the place.
says the Juries Are Timid.
M. liulot, the public prosecutor, in
answer to inquiries about the dynamite
outrage at his residence says: "At the
trial of the anarchists in August last I
demanded the heads of Decamps and Dar
dare. The jury was timid and only im
posed three years' imprisonment. Juries
are so cowardly that 1 doubt if any would
convict Kavacho if he were arrested. I
am a radical, even a socialist, but repro
bate anarchism. It is extremely probable
that there is a grudge against me. De
camps, who is a violent fanatic and who
is now in Hoissy prison, is the real leader
of his party. He is beloved by his wife,
who may lie secret ly inciting his friends."
The Authorities Very Much Awake.
The Rue C'lichy explosion has impressed
upon the authorities the facl that anarch
ism, or at least the crimes arising from
that doctrine, must lie prevented if the
fair fame of the city is not to suffer. The
money loss growing out of the fear occa
sioned by the explosions is incalculable.
With no certainty as to where the anarch
ists will strike their next blows visitors to
Paris deem it the safer plan to leave the
city, much to the disgust of hotel proprie
tors and shopkeejiers. There is no deny
ing the fact that the expressed intention
of the anarchists to inaugurate a reign of
terror has caused consternation.
A Royalist Taper Rejoices.
The royalist Gazette de France is not
above trying to make political capital out
of these attempts. It taunts the repul
licans with having banished God, liberty
and honesty, with having set up statues to
Insurgents and celebrated anniversaries of
rebellions. They are now, it says, reaping
what they have sown. "What are these
sardine box explosions? Very little
nothing but a small beginning. Repub
licans and you conservatives who think of
improving the republic, wait a bit, yon
Will see many other things. When you
now revolution, you must reap anarchy.
The harvest is not yet quite ripe, but have
patience; it will ripen quickly."
Pleased with the "Moral" Effect.
The Figaro publishes interviews with
two leading Anarchists. They declared
that the members of the" party were acting
singly, on their own responsibility. Both
of them expressed themselves as delighted
Wltb tne moral effect of the explosions,
which, they said, would direct greater at
tention to their doctrines.
ON THE WATCH AT LONDON.
The Police Keeping: Track of Anarchists
and Their Explosives.
LoxDOX, March SO. The polics here
hare been ordered to what carefully the
anarchists who arrive here from the con
tinent. Iu the last three weeks 200 of
them are said to have come over from
Paris and Zurich. Their presence has
been noticed by the police at the socialist
meetings on Sunday nights, and the atten
tion of Home Secretary Matthews was
called to the fact.
Storing Their Dynamite for Future I'ms,
It is apprehended that many of the 300
dynamite cartridges stolen from the Sosy-Sous-Etielles
quarry in February have
been brought over and stored here for
future use. Consequently the stringent
regulations made alter tne attempt to blow
up the parliamentary buildings have been
revived, and the custom house officials
have been ordered to enforce them without
exception or modification.
Socialists Deny Any Knowledge.
Several Paris detectives have arrived
here since Friday, it is said, with proof
of the co-operationjof the Paris and Lon
don anarchists. The socialists here deny
that they know more than the general
public about the perpetrators of the out
rages and say that no refugees have ar
rived from the contiuent. They say they
do not countenance . the methods of the
A Mining Company la Politics.
CHICAGO, March 'SO. A special to the
Post from Denver saysr , "One of the bold
est political schemes of a national charac
ter ever planned in Colorado has come to
light. The King pilomon Mining com
pany, of Creede, has sent agents to eastern
cities to create a free silver sentiment be
fore the conventions meet at Minneapolis
HENRY GEORGE'S LEGACY.
It Threaten to S nd Him on a Progress to
Xtw Yoijk, March 30. About three
years ago George Hut-chins, of Ancora, X.
J., died, leaving his entire fortune to Hen
ry George for the dissemination of "Pro
gress and Poverty and others of George's
books. The fortune, owing to a sudden
depreciation of Northern Pacific securi
ties, amounted to only about $0,000.
George had ne.-er heard of Hutch
ins before tint gentleman died,
and when the widow declared that she
was unjustly neg'ected by her husband,
George wanted to withdraw his claim and
leave all to her. But a lot of collateral
country heirs spra ig up and put in claims,
and the case went to the courts.
U Was Generous to the Widow.
Vice Chancellor Bird decided that the
was void on the ground that George's
--oks were oppose. I to public policy. The
of appeals dt cided in George's favor,
(.iorge then instructed his attorney, John
T. WoodhuH, of Camden, not to oppose
any claim made by Mrs. Hutchins, and in
this way the widow obtained over fc?,0OO.
Due thousand five hundred and thirty-six
dollars went for legal expenses and law
yers' fees. Two hundred and seventy dol
lars went toGeorge's co-executor, and then
the tomb and funeral ate up a few hundred
dollars. George transferred a frame house
and a lot which were included in the estate
to Mrs. Hutchins, and all that remained
was f."St.iS, which was to go to Henry
Mrs. Iltitchiiis Gets Some More.
Woodhull claime I that he had only $.":5
left and ottered to send George JsiVi, say
ing that he had promised the other execu
tor to retain one-third of the amount to
secure him (the executor) against any
claim by the widow and wanted a $100 fee
for the transactio l. George began the
civil suit which is now in the courts. Mrs.
Hutchins put in a claim for (A 10 more
and got it, and now all that is left is about
f-JsO, which George is suing Woodhull for.
George says: uThe w hole affair has cost
me a great deal of t ime and mnnev, and I
am out by it from beginning to end"."
BEING A SHERIFF IN TEXAS.
Official Position s.-euis to Have Draw-
hacks in the Lone Star State.
Corsicaxa, Tex.. March 30. Deputy
Sheriff Absher calle 1 on Dick Baker, who
lives near Draue, and presented for collec
tion a note for T.OO. An altercation led to
blows. Baker being the assailant. With
two blows he fractured Abshor's skull and
broke his left-ban 1, whereupon Absher
drew a revolver and shot Baker twice,
hitting him in the li ft shoulder and groin.
The men then grapj led, when Mrs. Baker
ran out of the house, released her hus
band from the sheriff's hold and set two
dogs on him. The dogs lacerated Alisher
terribly, biting large pieces of flesh from
both hips and the Mt leg. His condition
was such that after he wounds had been
cauterized and drevsed he became delir
ious. It is feared that hydrophobia will
result. Baker is reported dying.
THE KEELEY TOBACCO CURE.
An Omaha Man Drops Dead After Taking
a Course Thereof.
Omaha, March :t0. William ZelL a well
known carpenter, tvi o weeks ago decided
to quit chewing tobicco, and with that
end in view began t -iking the Keeley to
bacco cure. He never drank or smoked,
but chewed only. He was a healthv man,
and no one thought ' hat such treatment
would injure him.
Coroner Will Investigate.
He quit work an hour earlier last night
and went home, dropping dead just as he
entered the door. The physicians who
were summoned proi ounced his death due
to the medicine he v as taking. Upon lie
ing notified the coroner ordered a psst
mortem, and intends to thoroughly inves
tigate the treatment and its effect.
Congressioi al Synopsis.
Washington, March 30. After Stewart
had given notice of his intention to call up
the silver question i i the senate on Mon
day next a resolution by Wolcott for the
removal of the return nt of the Ute Iudians
from Colorado, where their present reserva
tion is in the track of a prosperous mining
boom, was adopted, mid then in executive
session the Behriug sea arbitration treaty
was rat ified.
The silver bill bein' shelved the house
proceeded with the consideration of the
free wool bill, theent '.re day being devoted
to debate. The follov. ing gentlemen spoke
in ravor of tlie bill: llarter, Bretz of In
diana, McCreary, Def jrest of Connecticut.
Dolliver of Iowa was the ouly speaker
aguiust tne measure.
Riotous Czechs at Prague.
VIENNA. March 30. There was rioting
in Prague Monday night by crowds which
had assembled contrary to government or
ders to celebrate the 1 irth of John Corne
ll i us. In the fight wl ich ensued with the
police many were trai spied by horses and
slashed with swords. One of the struggles
took place in the B thleham platz, the
spot made historic by the martyrdom of
Husb, but the bloodiest fight was when
the crowds started for the Jewish quarter.
The gens d'armes met, the mob with their
swords and charged n;xn them regardless
of who they trampled upon. Many were
wounded, but no one killed so far as
Leaves the I'l Ion Pacinc
Omaha, March 30. C. S. Mellen, who
has been traffic manager of the Union Pa
cific railway for a nunber of years, has
tendered his resignation, to take effect on
April 1, on which ay he will assume
the duties of genert 1 manager of the
riew lork and Jew England railroad.
Confirmed an Indiana Man.
Washington. March 30. The senate in
executive session yesterday confirmed the
nomination of John IL Baker, of Indiana.
to be United States dis xict. judge for Indi
ana, in place of Jud le Woods, against
whose confirmation sui h a bitter fight was
made by Democratic senators.
GEN. DUSTIN REPORTED DYING.
A Prominent lllinolsan Deathly Sick al
Carthagk, Mo.. March 30. General
Daniel Dtistin, of Sycamore, Ills., came to
Carthage one week ago to visit his daugh
ter, Mrs. W. B. Myers. He is now very 1U,
and all hopes of his recovery have been
Abandoned. During the campaign of 1S88
he made speeches in behalf of Harrison.
He was taken ill while so engaged,
and ever since his health has not
been robust. Two years a,o he was ap
pointed assistant treasurer of the United
States at Chicago. For some months he
had been scarcely able to attend to his du
ties, and being advised by his physicianJ
came here to recuperate. The trip w as
pleasant, but next day after his arrival he
began to fail.
The trouble on the Grand Trunk rail
way has been settled.
The American Bell Telenh
has Jti)i,4.riC miles of wire in operation.
Judge Pratt, of Brooklyn, has decided
that Dakotadivorcesare worthless in New
The hat factory of Crofut & White, of
Daubury, Conn., has been destroyed bv
William Gray, a Buffalo horse buyer, is
hiccoughing himself to death at Woos
Abraham Coolev, of Richmond, Mich.,
killed both iiis wife and himself with a
Dr. Sidney Sherwood has been called to
the chair of political economy of Johns
Under the vagrant act of Missouri three
negroes were sold on the block at Fayette
to the highest bidder.
The death of George S. Bunnell, of Toms
River, X. J., was caused by the lodgment
of two grape seeds in the intestines.
Daniel I.. Tailer, of Waterdown, Ont ,
is dead at the age of 100 years. He is said
to have used rum and tobacco all his life.
School children nt St. Josepli, Mo.. le
port having seen a man throw into tlie
river a bag from which issued the cries of
Captain B. B. Conner, of Woodruff.
Ark., was bitten by a mad dog twelve
years ago and died the other day of hydro-
The latest alleged Chicago boodler, M.
B. Hereley, has given lionds in $!o,(XK) for
appearanee when wanted. States Attorney
i-iongeiiccker says the cases are practically
The examination of "Prince Michael,"
the Detroit religious crank, discloses the
fact that the man has beeu carrying on the
basest moral crimes under the cloak of re
ligion. The stranded steamer Eider has. been
finally pulled off the Athc-rfield ledge and
towed to Southampton. She will be re
paired and a,'ain employed ill the trana
John and William Bloom, sons of a De
troit fireman, who were caught setting fire
to h furniture factory, have confessed to
having started twenty one fires in that
city within the last two mouths.
Georgia Kilen Lamorenx, of Minneapolis,
was granted a divorce from her husband
in 1SH1; twenty-three days afterward she
mariied Lam reux again, and now she
has made application for n second divorce.
The body of Henry King, of Steuben
ville, ()., was found hanging in a cellar in
such a iMisition as to indicate that he had
accidentally fallen and been strangled
while trying to break into and rob an ad-'
joining store. -
Thayer has recommenced the attack on
Governor Boyd's title to office. He pre
sented to the Nebraska supreme court the
same pleas he used before, and Boyd's at
torney met them with the decision-of the
United States supreme court. The court
postponed its decision.
Mills Resigns from the House.
Washington, March ;30. It had been
expected, and indeed announced, that be
fore leaving the house Mills would make a
speech on the tariff question, and some
surprise was expressed that he handed in
his resignation yesterdayjwithout express
ing his sentiments. A close friend of the
new senator said yesterday that Mills had
talked over the matter with his friends,
and it had been decided best for him to
withhold his speech until the tariff debate
opened in the senate.
A German Lunatic's Freak.
Bkulin, March 30. A lunatic named
Hartjen, who had escaped from an asylum
in Bremen, crept into his wife's house yes
terday, cut the woman's throat, thew the
body ou the bed, set fire to the bed clothing
His Jury Was Very Merciful.
Coliiidus, Ind., March 30. Nathan Ar
buckle, who assaulted the 9-year-old
daughter of Henry Schofield ten days ago,
and who, after escaping, was arrested Fri
day last, pleaded guilty Tuesday and was
sentenced to two years in the penitentiary.
Brother aud Sister.
Whenever I see a young man who is at
tentive to his own sister, taking her to
theaters, escorting her to and from parties
and the like, I feel like congratulating
both of them. Such a picture is always
beautiful, such an example is worthy of
imitation. When I see a young man who
is not attentive to his own sister, who is
perpetually bestowing his favors on some
other fellow's sister, I do not condemn him,
audi make no inquiries as to the whys
and wherefores. The matter is outside of
my bailiwick. Perhaps his sister has
plenty of other company which she prefers
to his, possibly he prefers another girl's
society to that of his sister, and in a great
many instances each condition contributes
to the situation.
On the other hand, it sometimes happens
that incompatibility of temper is the chief
cause, and that, too, without reflecting
with fatal seriousness on either party. The
fact is, there is too much of this promis
cuous scolding of young men for neglect
ing their tasters. Detroit Free Press.
Key. Wo. Hoilinihed,
Pastor of the Prrsk t'rian chucrb of
Sparta, N J . . voluotar ly writes strongly
in favor of Hood's Sarsspsrilla. He
8ys: "Nothing I know of will cleiDte
the blood, stimulate the liver r clean
the s'otnarh like this remedy. I know of
scores and scores who have been helped
or cured by it."
The highest praise has been won by
Hood's Pills for their easy, yet efficient,
"But obi what damned minutes tell he
n'er" who suffers, bat waits: who writhe,
yet moans, before be makes up bis mind
to send out for jast twenty-five cents
worth of Sa'vst'on Oil, the p in cure.
A Solemn 'Joker.
An Indianapolis society man played a
mean trick during the sleighing season,
and the young lady hasn't spoken to
him since. They had been old friends
for a long time, and it was natural that
they should carelessly drive away from
Xhe madding crowd on Meridian street
and explore the country roads. After
they had gotten out abont three miles
away from anywhere, the gentleman
startled his companion by suddenly
looking her in tlie eye and remarking:
"Miss Nellie, we have been friends
for a long time, and I know you have
perfect confidence in me. But here we
are, far away from everybody, where no
one could hear you if you should cry
c The frightened yonng woman was on
the verge of springing from the sleigh,
but she was even more astounded than
frightened, and before she could gather
her wits he continued:
"Now, Miss Nellie, I want to beg of
you the privilege of one sweet smoke!
May I light a cigar?" And he never
even smiled. Indianapolis Journal.
The hand of time
deals lightly with a woman in
perfect " health. But' all func
tional derangements and dis
orders peculiar to women
leave their mark. You needn't
have them. Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription comes to
your rescue as no other medi
cine can. It cures them. For
periodical pains, prolapsus and
other - displacements, bearing
down sensations, and all "fe
male complaints" and weak
nesses, it is a positive remedy.
It is a powerful, restorative
tonic and nervine, imparting
strength to the whole system
in general, and to the uterine
organs and appendages in par
ticular. It keeps years from
your face and figure but adds
years to your life. It's guar
anteed to give satisfaction in
every case. If it doesn't,
your money is returned.
WORTHY OF CONFIDENCE
Mr. R. S- McCullough's Story-He was
Discourage d Without Hope The
Result of His Treatment With. Scott
"I was in a very serious condition when
I visited the Institute," said Mr. Robert
8. McCullougn, who is employed with the
Davenport Mills Co. "My trouble was
catarrh aiid has existed for over four
years. At first my head, nose, ears and
throat became all stopped so I could
htrdly breathe or swallow. Mj appetite
failed, food distressed my stomach and
cave me no strength. I lost flesh rapidly.
I was not able to sleep half the time, and
was more tired and miserable when I
would gel up than before 1 went to bed. I
had a constant discbarge of yellow, stringy,
mucous from my nose and throat. My
throat became sore and voice husky, and
roaring and buzzing noises in my ears,
with severe pains in my cbest and sweat
jng at night. After the second treat
ment I found more benefit than I bad by
three prtvious years doctoring in the city
Bnd I now feel like a new man " Mr. Mc
Cullougb bas lived in the city for 20
years and worked for the Davenport
Mills company for nine years, and will
g'adly talk with ' anyone similarly
ROBERT 8. W. M'CCLLOCGH,
1203 W. Third Street, Davenport, Iowa.
Catarrh, Diseases of the Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat and Lungs.
The Institute, wbicb was formerly
located al 623 Main street, bas moved to
the Ryan block rooms 5 and 6, making
it more convenient for the mnhy patients
who are ires ted daily. No ewe a taken
where any doubt of an entire cure exists.
Consultations always fre at the Institute.
Office boure in the evening for those who
cannot conveniently attend during the
SCOTT MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
Office Hours 9 te 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p.
m.. 7to 8 p. m. Rooms 5 and 6 Ryan
block, over Boston store, corner Second
and Brady streets. - No office hours
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Saltings, which he is selling at $25.00 and up. His line of overcoat ines t ,,.! h' . i-T
west of Chicago. A vjry fine line of pants, which he is felling at o to oil r.r. tv ,'
and make jour selection while tte stock is complete.
Star Blcok, Opposite Harper House.
B. F. THOMAS & CO.,
Elm Street Meat Market
All kincU of Fresh and Salt Meats always on huul. Gam-.
Fish and Oysters In the season.
Reynolds' Block. Moline Ave., FOOT 01 ELM ST.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
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AU Kinds .ot Carpenter "Work Done.
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;TTHF POSITIVE CURE. I, JQ
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The Chriftj "Otstib" atU Clr'rj "Tim'
1803 Second Avenue
1,mii ntlt nil iir;in it mi ! I"
eaus - l hr iv;r exert nn, ymt Mni
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