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   Davenport Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 19, 1895, Davenport, Iowa                               10 Gents a Week. DAVENPORT DAIIZ TRIBUNE. lOCentsiWeek. TRIBUNE PUB'RS. WEDNESDAY JUNE EIGHTH YEAR A. J. Smith Son. Brass and Iron Beds. See our stock and compare our prices before buying. WOOD MANTELS Grates and Tiling. See the leaders at A. J. Smith Son. Done Up. There are times when a man does want to feel Whether by nature he be pompous or We can fix you the envy of men or of flirts If you allow us to laundry your collars and shirts. TROY LAUNDRY. Telephone 482. 307 Brady St. Family washing done cheaper than you can do it at home. CHICAGO MEDICAL Drs. Walsh and Walsh Permanently Located in Iowa. Formerly Clinical Profcusor In Two of Vhlocu'i LeiKUnt Medical c of Formerly burgreon-ln Chief of St Anthony's llonplml. Acknowledged by the Medical Acknowledged by the Acknowledged by all as tho World's Greatest and Only Successful Specialists In Frlviite and surgical DiBeusei uf Uolh Consultation Free. Prompt and Permanent Cures. niTlDDU early Djgfcpsl bA I An tin i Scrofula. Syphilis ami nil liver and kidney suffering trom cllseiiaes of. the nervous exhaustion VTUmCrli palpitation of tlie oruny diseases peculiar 10 should calluu tne icreat specialist and get an opinion on Her case ot charge El CPTDIPITV facleutillcally Nervous lost exhaustive nlgu ULLUl I I detective threatened loss ol will mental de- etc. ItUFTUKK. Hydrocelo ana Varlcocele cured by the Intest successful methods submit to a surgical operation without consulting us. Kemember our long liobpltalex perlence enables us to save a life where others loll. bUKOICAL operations performed at your wlien desired. AbJcnunal and brain surgery The praises we have received tor our remarkable skill In curing given up as hopeleis by a has compelled us to use tbls means In order to give the people us well as the medical profession th fesslon for the advanced medical and surgical lltenuuie we have written. ONLY CUKADLK CASKS TAKEN. Best ol references and credentials. II you cannot wlte. Uandreds cured by mall. Chicago Medical omoe 1S4 Bn'-a 11.30-1 30. Cheapest and Best W L jfxJr JLvAV The undersigned having secured the Agency for the sale of ALFRED Chicago and New Wall has just received a complete line of samples displaying over 800 new Including the famous PRIZE DESIGNS D V 4 If in need of wall paper in any quaniity do not fail to see these samples. They represent the finest and most complete line ever manufactured at prices in plain which Good paper So per roll. Good paper 4c per roll and upward Samples displayed at your home if desired. Call on or address 515 Brady Street As I will sell you better goods and save you from 3 to 10 cents per and will also hang it cheaper than any one in the city. Give me a call. JOHN H. MASON'S CARRIAGE WORKS Etc. An Elegant Call and See the Latest Rubber Ball-Bearing Buggy. BUSINESS WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. Also have the best Bicycle m the city for the money. 123 and 124 E. Fourth St. RAM FOB PEACE uropean Diplomats Very Un- easy. NAVAL DEMONSTRATION. ay Pooslbly Provoke Tiouble fit The Utmost Care to be Exer- cised by tile Com- mnnderH New June 18 special from 'arls was the reason for the speech ellvered by M French min- ster of foreign and It was also he reason for the conferring by the zar of the decoration of the order of t. Andrew upon President acts of capital Importance. But other demonstrations of a slml- ar sort are expected this week at t is probable that the Russian and 'ranch fleets will concurrently start for nd depart from Kiel and will also aft- rward proceed together to Copenhagen o coal These two movements of the fleets will be one but a Counter demonstration by the German imperor Is probable Reports received ly diplomatists say that Emperor Wll- lam will make a speech expressing hla Measure at seeing all the nations of Europe his guests and especially two who have all his sympathy and whose rlend he himself wishes to be. This peech will be the culmination of the .'estivitles and It is dreaded by every me. 'The kaiser at the present moment s very Inimical to said a diplomatist In speaking of the and French statesmen have seriously since 1870. They ought to iave been able to turn the public opln- on of France against for England Is France's sole enemy' In diplomatic circles It Is hoped that eierything will pass off happily at Kiel. Stringent orders have been given to all the with the object of pre- entlng any departure from the offi- cially presetibed order of CIVIL-SERVICE Tlicro Aro in the Classified Service OOO Government June civil serv- ce commission has submitted to the a report supplemental to the one laid before congress at the begin- ning- of the last which Is the eleventh annual report of that body. Up to the whole number of persons employed In the civil service of .he United States was about one- fourth of whom were classified under civil service rules. Those not in the classified service include generally the ilgher such as cabinet members of heads of bureaus n the various and thou- sands messengeis and laborers Ap- to the report are the details of the Investigations of the commission nto the violation of its rules by office lolders charged with levying assess- ments upon government employes for political but no mention Is made of the findings of the commission in its investigation of C. H J. the colored recorder of deeds of the District of who was charged with collecting money from the em- ployes of his office for campaign use The report of the commission in his case Is In the hands of the president having been sent to the white house neaily a year ago Embodied In the re- port are extracts showing thg workings. of the civil service in countries i People One Hart- Kansas. June I clock last evening cyclone struck his coming from the nd swept cry thing In front of ItB ath was cleancut and about 100 feet in Idth. No so far as waa dually although several per- ons were injured so badly they are not xpected to live The wounded. MR will die. seriously hurt. MRS. MAB.T probably fatally Injured. severely hurt. RAWS badly cut about the head. MRS. H. severely hurt. About twelve houses were totally de- troyed and many barns and he total loss is estimated at all the vay from to An eyewitness of the storm was on the Incoming Cansas Texas due at Hart- ord at 6.20 Just as tne train was topping I and other passengers no- Iced to the northwest a peculiarly haped white cloud formed nearly like a but a little more tapering ts peculiar whiteness first attracted mr attention. In a few moments rt eemed to stretch and put its neck to he turning darker. Then clouds from all directions seemed to cluster around the top and as the small end struck the earth everything it were torn up and ifted Into thp air first house it struck seemed to be lifted bodily Into space and in a sec- ond bedding and all kinds of material were seen shooting In all high up in the air. By this time passengers were be- ginning to notice that the funnel- shaped cloud was coming straight for car in which we were ant naulrles segan to be made as to what best to be done a Methodist I do not know his solved the question by 'Hero goes for the and rushed to the followed by every one In the car was able to catch him. The run was not for when only about 100 feet from the car the storm center took a sudden turn eastward and swept past Lhe rear end of the train without touch- Ing It. after passing through the town to the seemed to bump the Neosho and then rise and dis- appear in the CYCLONE IN Itlany People and One Death June cyclone o terrific covering a territory ten miles wide and about thirty In passed just north of here Sunday taking a southeasterly course and sweeping everything In Its path etc. were picked up and carried for miles As yet only one death is tha of Joseph whose house was picked up and carried three miles in th air and then scattered in His body was found half a mile from where the house horribly wljh every shred of clothing torn from it The members of the families of Matthew John Staley and Martin Lakln were more or less their house being torn from over their heads. Pete Laplante reports losing ten head o horses by lightning. It Is feared death will be reported from the east end p the county. American Tugs Ordered Beleascd. Juno have been Issued from the marine de partment ordering the release of th tugs and scows seized on the River while dumping dredglngs li Canadian waters All the expenses in must be paid befor the vessels are This means fine of about J200 against the owners In addition to the penalties exacte from the men Closing Session British W. T. A June closing of the convention of the British Worn en's Temperance association was hel and to-morrow the great world' convention will open at Queen's Hal To-day's session was glye'n up pally to an exposition of the wprk of th union on lines Independent of the tern perance such .as Sabbath observ female enfranchisement and th suppression of obscene literature an ___________________ Abandoned at Sea. June 18 Norwegian bark Captain Nudson has arrived here from Rosario wit Captain Jansen and nine of the crew o the Swedish bark which wa abandoned In the Atlantic on March 2 The loss of the Ponemah was first re ported at Buenos Ayres April 8. Union Men May Be Discharged. Jefferson June 18 th Supreme court Justice Sherwood file an opinlqn declaring unconstltutlona the law forbidding Ihe discharge b corporations of employes who refuse sever their connection with labor o DY A HEAVY STORM. CROWD AT CLEVELAND. Hotel Already Crowded With to League Convention. June 13 all the delegates and thousands of visitors have arrived In this city to at- tend the national convention of tho League of Republican whtoh opens and the rotundas of the large hotels present scenes com- parable only to the exciting times pre- ceding a presidential convention. As a matter of the persistency with which the silver question is kept at the fiont and the vital consequences with which the issue it. fraught tend to give the gathering even greater importance than it would have If merely called upon to choose a standard bearer with- out passing upon the party's financial policy The silver legions will be led by Sena- tors of and of Idaho. Senator Thomas A. chairman of the republican na- tional will lend his to the same cause. Many of the dele- especially those from and other mining threaten to bolt the convention if free coinage Is not Indorsed BANK OF COMMERCE Old Financial House at Indianapolis Forced to the Wall. Ind June Bank of one of the oldpst financial institutions In this made an assignment yesterday for the bene- fit of creditors. The assets and liabili- ties are about equal. The schedule of assets turned over to the assignee shows real estate valued at which was levied on and turned over to the sheriff last week to satisfy a ment for favor- the Knlghtg and Ladles of Honor. It also shows personal property In notes and securi- ties amounting to The directors say tFe depositors were provided for by a deposit in the Indiana National bank last and will lose TEN PER CENT INCREASE. Remarkable Double Hanging in Ontario. J'ECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES. John HemU'rtUot anil W. B. Welter Ex- ecuted for the Murder of William neuder- shot. St. June Hen- defshot and W B convicted of the murder of William were hanged here this morning. The drop fell at 8 15 o'clock. John Hendershot was the uncle and Welter was the cousin of William Hen- the man for whose murder the two were hanged The crime was com- mitted Dec. the object being to realize upon insurance which the uncle had placed on the life of his nephew. John Hendershot Is alleged to have planned the which Welter com- mitted while he and his cousin were alone felling trees. The evidence upon which conviction waa obtained was purely circumstantial Every effort was made to secure a reprieve for the con- demned Legal briefs were submitted to the dominion cabinet and Hender- shot's daughter personally pleadtd be- fore the minister of justice for her father and cousin. She was engaged to e married to Welter. While the deputies were preparing the condemned men for the gallows the lat- ter moaned their cries being distinctly audible to those waiting out- side During the short walk to gallows Hendershot faltered and would have fallen had not the turnkey sup- ported him On the scaffold Welter made a supreme effort to appear brave. Recognizing an acquaintance in the he caled out. At 8 15 the lever was drawn and tha o men disappeared through tlie scaf- fold opening Fifteen minutes afterward their bodies were cut down. The Rev. Dr who attended stated that Welter and Hendershot had fested to the murder of William bat the particulars he would not divulge. BY FOREST FIRES. Blc Stretch of ronnsylvanln Being Laid WttBtO. Pa June 18 fire was started yesterday In the hemlock slash. Ings between Buttsvllle and Ormaby and could not be put out until connlder- able damage had been done. Two hun- dred men are at work and have the fire under control. The fires In the vicinity of Rltersvllle and Keshuqua are now confined to a stretch of territory of eight miles long and three miles wide Large embank- ments have been thrown up about Keshuqua and It Is believed tha town safe. Arnold Gaffney and Ellsha K. Kane are the principal losers Millions of feet of logs and lumber have been destroyed and hun- dreds of acres of standing timber swept away Everything Is as dry as tinder and burns like chaff. Cleveland and Jollet Raise Employes' Wages. June tional Malleable Casting company terday notified its 900 employes that a general increase of 10 per cent would take place At the big works of the Eberhard Manufacturing company notices were posted notifying the employes of a 10 per cent crease. It Is understood that other iron concerns of the city will follow tha example set by the two Industries named June notice was given last night that a general ad- vance of 10 per cent will be made In the pay of men employed by the Joliet works of the Illinois Steel company on July except those paid on sliding of the pan June which has returned from Its annual cruise on the cruiser declares the Olympia is so top-heavj that both her officers and men afraid of her. She is said to hgyed In an alarming manner to Santa even. that aom paratively smooth summer sea. She rolled as a lack of stability and a top-heaviness thai are ominous of disaster in case of heavy sea. Kansas Bimetallism Meet. June 18 nonpartisan gathering of the adherents of free-silv.ei Doctrine is bejng held under the auspices pf. thp Kansas of the pimetalljc League. The discussion cen- ters about the advjsability qf forming 8 distinctly refo'rro Is probable that the conference will de- clare in favor of the formation of such party. __ HAS UPWARD TURN. CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET STRONG AND HIGHER. IS Wheat Ic And Corn 7-8o Under Good Iluylng Crop Damage Continue to In Doings In Wall Street. June was a fur- ther recovery In wheat this morning when July sold at at two different nearly 2V4o rally from low point yesterday. At the opening the price was at 74c to and right up to Ic over last There was a sharp re- action of Ic to a second up- turn to dip to and the third turn was to 74ttc. There waa oome waiting for Bradstreet's at and after the In the world's itooki were made the price held 74140 bid A feature of the morning was the buying of September wheat for elevator Interests. The September at one time showed close to premium. The price ranged Foreign cables showed higher prices. There was talk of less favorable French crop prospects. New York said some foreign speculative buying there. A bulletin said dry weather still serious In parts of Indiana and and winter wheat further Impaired past ten days There was talk of wet weather for the harvests In the but St. Louis did not reflect any anxiety on that score. Ex- port clearances were positively discour- aging at bu wheat and only 112fOOO wheat and flour. Bradstreet's gave American available stocks at a decrease of bu Europe and afloat In- creased but with all the hur- rah about enormous foreign and the exhibit as a whole is bullish. Before the olose wheat had best sup- port of the day and sold July. Last prices were 76He Sep- Ic gain for the day. New York gave export sales at 15 boat loads wheat. A late report makes the de- crease In condition winter May 27 to June 7 from 62 to 55. The advance was checked by selling against privileges. Corn did not long remain under BOc for July without a good recovery. The opening to-day was a fraction better at with early sales 4QHe and From this the price went at 11 o'clock to 50V4o. and at 1 o'clock held flrm at 60e. September sold to to to and held Liverpool was strong and higher. Re- here were 149 very light for Tuesday. The estimate was very light for to-morrow at 90 oars. Shipments ivere liberal at bu. Western mar- kets had bu receipts and shipped Four ports cleared bu more than wheat and flour Iradstreet's gave available stocks of at a decrease of bu. Corn closed strong at Ic advance at SOVie at Septembsr. Corn barters were 110.000 bu. New Torlc gave export sales there and outports 6 boat loads Provisions ruled heavy after the first lour. September pork sold at ard J6 ribs 48.66. There was some ocal some outside buying. The outside were bidding 22Ho o carry ribs and SOc to Last prices were September rlba. J I Quotations TVlll Crush the Rebellion. New June 18 special says. thou- sand soldiers have Just been sent to the department of They ara under Gen. who formerly feated the rebels It la that there are rebels there and that they are well equipped. A report is current' that the rebels are marching toward this cjty. Many persons have been arrested on a charge of being In ft conspiracy to oapture President Capo and carry him Inside the rebel lines ft hostage. Great alarm Is Trying to n Murderer. June has been made to the Supreme court for a writ of habeas corpus for ham Taylor Abe under sentence to he at Qftnon City before the end of this week for murder of Emerson at Ala- rnosa The warrant of conviction 18 alleged to be as It was made by the clerk of the court and not by the trial Judge and the claim Is set up that under the law Taylor cannot be resen- tenced and therefore must go free. TVI11 Reorganise New June 18 morning paper says a meeting of the directors of the Equitable Mutual Fire insurance com- pany was held yesterday afternoon and it was unanimously resolved to reor- ganize the company The books of the concern were carefully gone over and it is understood the directors agreed to assume payment of the outstanding losses. Paymaster June W. paymaster for the Nacasarl copper reports that while traveling by buckboard to Naca- sari from with money to pay the he was attacked by masked men near 100 southeast of Nogales. The was killed and waa by the Refuge for June Gazette pub- lishes a dispatch from St. Petersburg says that a deputation of Armen- ian Catholics had an interview wi Prince minister flf fprelgn and asjcgfl tfiftt be given in Caucasus to Armeni- ans. The the Gazette was granted. Heavy Lou of lumber. June 1 o'clock this morning the Chicago Milling and Lunj- ber company's the Wplver.in.ft owned by H. fy ol was completely destroyed 1jy together with severaj hun.flr.ec thousand feet of lumper In the rnill and yard. The llgfl.OOO and 150 employes out of 'grark. Cabinet in June Is rumored tha the Prince Wlndlich has tendered tha resignation of tirt High. Low. Jun 18.Jun.17 t .73V4 Articles 2 June ......I Sept........7014 .7614 2. Juno.................. .6.0ft May........43 June. .29 Sept........2SH .gSU .S2ft Pork- June.................. 12.35 12.35 July.......1250 12 42ft 12.42ft 12.45 Sept.......12 82ft 12 70 12.72ft H.75 Lard- June.................. 655 6.62ft July.......662ft 657ft 660 Sept.......C85 680 3.82ft Short 6.30 6.27ft 6.35 835 ft37ft 6.05 6.57ft 6.67ft Chicago Produce MtrVet. The following quotations are for lots small quantities are usually sold at advanced per 1-3 bu beetf. per per green per green fill 5ft per bui home SOc per tub of 4 new per per pie 26c per 60 radlih- per string per bu per Young Highest of all in Leavening U.S. Gov't Report Baking Powder PURE cent. Sterling exchange with actual business bankers' Q489K for demand and for sixty days. Posted com- mercial silver certifi- no salcu. Bar Mexican governmtnt bonds flrm. Closing quotations Atchlion........1 Am. Cotton Oil. 4 Amer. per Imitation Live Poultry. So per fair to fair to per per per brl. per Burba ttlsnouri FM.... 82 Michigan Cent.102 Bftltlraore O. Northern Pnc.. Can. Pacific..... North pfd... 17 audQ..... N. Y. Cenfrnl...l03K C. Northwestern... Conmgo......... N. K..... 45 Chicago Oat..... T4 N. American. CbpuspliiiO.... 41 Otnfthft D. L. tftr'atVa.'. 19 Den K Q pM 47J Erie........ aj Bast'n Illinois. EMtTonuessee.. lllinoisCeutril.. Jersey Central.. 100 Kan Tex pfd.. 84 Parlfln Mall..... 81JJ Pullman.........174 tocklBland..... Richmond Ter...... Ivor Cer.......... Sugar Rellnery.118 St. Paul Lend............ 86KSt. Paul 1'exas Pacific. 18 L. Linseed Oil..... Lake Erie W.. L. E. W. pfd. 83J4 Loire Union Pftclflo... Wectern Union. Wabasn........ pfd___ Wlscon'n Cent. Government bonda staud at the following bid Registered 2s... 97 Registered 4i.... Coupon 49.......US' Currency '05 100 Currency '80 101 Currency 'V7.108 Currency Currency '9------- Coupon SB Reglat'd tm___ at lie per when cases are 11 Ho Included. Wall Street. New June stock mar- ket opened active and generally firm. Pullman jumped H per MlMourl Pacific and St. Louis Southwestern preferred per the and most ot other promi- nent sharei yielded fractionally after Some of the specialties displayed considerable buoyancy. The market 11 o'clock was steady. During the en- suing hour Laclede a feature of the being heavily sold on the announcement that the company had lost Its case In the Supreme court. The stock broke 5 per cent to rallied to reacted to and la now Pull- man gave way an additional 2 per cent The general market under the lead the moved upward. Money on call eaiy at 1 per cent DR. JOSEPH DANIEL. Live Stock. June There was a fair In- quliy for dressed beef and shipping steers weighing 930 to and prices were strong at yesterday's ad- vance of the best beeves selling fully per 100 Ibs higher than one year ago. Common to extra native steers were salable at but few were BO poor as to sell below J4.25 or choice as to fetch and sales were largely at As big cattle were lard to dispose of. Butchers' and can- ners' stock has advanced since the close of last cows and heifers selling anywhere from Jl 50 to with sales principally at Bulls sell at 50. Calves were la good demand at a further sales being largely at per 100 Ibs. Sales wera made of common to choice heavy at mixed loU at lightweights at 65 and good plga At Sales were largely at 75 for heavy and at for light weights. Shorn were active and strong at t3 an4 spring lambs were again in excellent demand at tor eammon to choice. Native sheep were wanted and Inferior lots selling at while prime heavy western and mixed tiheep and yearlings were scarce and salable at Sheep sold largely at Wheat and Corn. Closing prices of wheat and corn at the following cities Sep- St Duluth Minne- 76c. Milwaukee- 76c. MTicj Sep- St. September. Liverpool. June 18 No. 2 red 5s No. 2 red stocks No. 1 hard 6s No. 1 5s 7Hd. Fu- 5s 5s August. 5s 6.8 to lOd. American 4o 4s 4s 4s 4s Louis fancy 8s. reorla. June 480. 2 No. 8 Whliky goods on the basis of for high wines. 600 none. 600 700 bu. New New western west- 18c. E Toledo. June and 77c. bid. Spicial Lints of Diseases of tli Lunn ail Stomach. Blood and Skin Diseasis. Rupture Positively Consultation ana Examination Successful Treatment by Send for Book and Symplon Blank McCulloughBuIldingr W. Third Office 9 n. m. to 6 p. m ami Saturdays froa Bandars 7 to 8. 2 to 3 p. m. Special BLACK HAWK WATCH TOWER TONIGHT. William Morris And a grand company In SHAKESPEARE'S PASTORAL PLAY YOU LIKE A GREAT SOLO MANW Seats on sale at Sheriff's drng Daven- and at Marshall Fisher's drag tack also at Clondoning's drug Mollne. Admission and GOc. CITY TREASURER MISSING. Belief that Hcnrr of Itu Committed Suicide. Neb.. June urer Henry under Investigation by bondmun. haa suddenly and mysteriously dl peared. Until the Investigation com- pleted nothing can be stated as to the condition of bis office. He WM under a bond of Since Bolln notes ad- dressed to bis family have been found among his papers. One dated May says that he prefers death to dishonor and asks that his life amounting to be paid over to his family. The second note day and hour have is not be- lieved that Bolln will be found M his notes to his family indicate Kellogg's Treatise on Garment Cutting And Making. Great Reduction For Thirty Days. MME. KELLOGG will glre a full f course of the French tailor system for Thorough instructions in staying and artistic manner of finishing garments. Lessons not limited. Posi- tions furnished ladies out of employ- ment. Agents wonted to travel and in- troduce the system that took six the World's Fair. 2nd Kyno la. Mirquette Third Vein for cook itom and Kentucky Peacock for Indiana Block. Mercer Co. Lump Not. HABD Crou Creek Lehighv Lehigh All High lowwt flub jprtoet. at   

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