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THE ARGUS. MOXD&Y, MARCH 5, 1894.
GLADSTONE IS OUT.
The Official Announcement of
8TATE4IXT MADS FZOXG EUD FTEST
atoynl Swelety tnaalp rmredea a Fact taf
Atoarblna totem to the Itritfob. Kmptre
the Qaera Slrtnod of CiTin; Srtrt
raaaibui gwreeaila Hi Lata leader ami
rrntiada to tbrarsanlaw tha CabiMct
KacUeala Tkreaten TreaUe.
Ioxdos, March 5. It is officially an
ooncrxl that the queen has accepted ti c
mignaUoa ct GUustone, anil that her
majesty had .rjruraoned Lord Kosebery
and offered him the post of prime minister
la GiadsUme's ctead. It U further officially
announced that Lord Rjnetwry h c
cepted the position, and it will interest
Americans to read how this announcement
la officially made by her maj.'siy. It is
contained in the court circular and is writ
tea by a court official. Every word of this
circular is generally submitted to th
Qnccn in advance. The announcement is
dated Windsor Catle, March 3, and begins
thus: "The queen, accompanied by her
royal hij;hnes, IMncess lieatrice, drove
out yesU-rday nftemoon." Then follows a
list of the arrivals at the castU-. headed by
the can-es of the children of the duchess
of Albany, Jrince and IVincess Henry ol
Battenburg. the Hon. Thorucs F. Bayard,
American ambassadtir to the court of St.
James, and the French arnhassador, ecd
in:t wiih the names of Mr. aad Mrs. Glad
stone. The Important Fart fame Last.
It then goes on to (numerate all thace
who attended her riajMy"s dinner party
wherein the names of Mr. and Mrs. Glad
stone come last. This is fallowed by the
information that the "quee-n and Princess
Btatrice went out tuls imrn:ng,and then
camcs the fact that a cabinet council had
b?en held. Finally, following the an
nouncement anent lie council comes the
announcement that the K'ght Hon. i E.
GladsUiite had an audience of the (juttn
tuJ tendered Lis res?s"tion, whicu was
frraciou-Jy accepted by her majesty. It
a-ids that the q'teea had summoned" Earl
Itaseberry. K. U.. aecretary of state for
f'jreism affairs, and offered him the pr
of prime rtiiaistcr vacated by the HtgLt
Hon. W. E. Gladstone. P., and that
liosebery has accepted her majer-jy's cCer.
, Bvorsmaizinc the Cabinet.
And thus the important fact was official
ly announced at the last of a lot of royal
society gos:p. Meantime rxilitical adidrs
are udjustin themselves to. the new cor.d -tion
ol thinus. Ghid.-tone has vrritun a
ktter to tarl Kosebtry, onirrat:il.ttin3
hiui upon his accession to the premierbhiji.
In his le;ttr Gladstone r romises to aid
the new prime minister whenever his
aislauce is ahed. It is understood that
Earl Koscbery's communicatkia to t-ir
William Yvrova Harcourt has resulted in
the hitter consenting to retain his position
as chancellor of the exchequer end to hi
acceptina the tovernuient leadersLin in
! the house of commonsThe earl of Kimlxr
' ley fans been o?etnl the por-1 l furviKn
"furi uiatre noun ojr jioseton s
I promotion to the rxr-ition of nrimi. ii;";-
j They Bewail 4.U!.onr'a Itrt irr airuc.
ilunureu ol letters ami tek-gtams ex
pressing regret because of his retirement
1mm olhce were received by Gladstone.
The Niitionnii-ts propose to present to
Gladstone an address ia recognition of the
neat services that he has rendered to the
Irish cause. The speech from the throne
proroguing parliament has been signed by
the queen. It is neither long nor signifi
cant, bnt is the last official document pre
pared by Gladstone. It briefly refers to
the pnracted aud laborious character of
Itoae-tory. First Ctblnrt Coaneil.
Prime Minister Kosebery held his first
cabinet council at his residence yesterday
afternoon. All the ministers were present
exca. pt Asquith and Heury Fowler, the
president of the local government board,
who, however, will retain their offices. The
council was in session for only a short time.
I" pon its conclusion Ixird Kosebery sent
a message to the queen, submitting, it is
understood, the uauies of the members of
the new cabinet. lrd Kosebery wiil be
given an audience by the queen at Buck
ingham palace this afrernoon.
RADICALS INCLINED TO BE OFFISH.
"Labbj" run! Hi. Frirada Itou't Uke a
Peer for I'rrmirr.
The Irish party are not making any
trouble over Gladstone's resignation, but
say that if they are to support the Liberal
cabinet Rosebery must give assurance of
his loyalty to Irish home rule. With the
Radicals it is different. They can't abide
a lord, especially their leader, Labouchere
aud it is taking a good deal of conciliatory
talk to hold them to the Liberal party
Eit her the Irish or the Radicals have it iu
their power to overturn the ministry so it
can be seen that Koseberys lot can he
made by no means a happy one.
W hen Labouchere visited Mjorilnks,
the Liberal "whip," and protested against
Kosebery, he declared that if the new
prime minister was not taken frora the
house of commons the Kadirl ui ...
sett the government. Whether this threat
can be carried into effect ia ai... .
matter of conjecture, but it u n.
well known that Labouchere. who fa not
at all a loverof the peerage, will do .11 ia
. " "'"w tto Radical support
from a Koaebery cabinet. T1.- 4l .1
fr1..1 "fi'len,bl' oreness among
the Liberal tank and fife 1--... -i..i
atone did not call a meetim? and il.ii
aUinto his confidence 00 th. rewgnation
natter. 0 "
Ihekadaraof the party, however. Kfl
at the idea tba there will be any adnata!
revolt. They aay that Lord Ronebery's ma
fMssioti to the premiership will be rheer
fully acquiesced ia by all but a small fac
tkm of the party. Mine important to the
great buli of the Lilreral party than the
action cf Lnbouchete Is the attitude of the
ant'.-Paraellite party, which undoubtedly
will have the power to turn the ministry
out of office any da they choose. It is be
lieved that communications have peaaea
between members of the government aod
the leaders of the Irish Nationalists. The
latter are said to have received assurances
that the passage of a measure of hum. rule
will still be the chief aim of the govern
ment. Interviews had by the representative of
the Associated Press with leadinn mem
bers of the house of commons show that
whde a section of the Radicals continaee
to strongly resent the selection of tase-
bery instead cf Sir William Vernon Har
court as Gladstone's successor, there is m
large preponderance of Liberals who favor
loyally accepting Kosebery.
The Welsh members of the house of com
mons are deeply concerned in the situation
iu view of the early place promised by the
government for the Welsh disestablish
ment bill in the next session, but the gen
eral feeling is one of confidence t hat Rose
bery will carry out the promises made by
Gladstone. It is arjrued, moreover, that
if the reorganized government be early up
set the prospects of Welsh disestablish
ment will he indefinitely delayed.
A carious fact is that less than ten years
ago Kosebery was the darling of the Rad
ical party because of his attempts to re
form the house of lords. His scheme as
then proposed took the I'ni ted States sen
ate as a model. It included the proposi
tion tat the great municipalities and
county councils should elect the members
of the house of lords. So far ts Lord
Kosebery himself is concerned he is un
doubtedly oae of the most popular men in
England among all political parties.
The story is repeated that when he was
a boy at the great Eton public school Lord
Kosebery bet that he would marry the
heiress of the year, become prime minister
of England and win the Derby Itefore he
died. The first two conditions have now
been fulfilled, and with his horse Ladas.
which is entered for the Derby, he will
undoubtedly win the third clause of his
bet net June.
CTant To lie 3tale a Martyr.
Loxdox, March 5. Williams, a leader ct
the unemployed workmen, in a speech at
a meeting of unemployed at Tower Hill,
said that a plan was being prepared, in
which he would participate, to kidnap
Linl Kosebery if he were chosen prime
nrn'ster. He gave as a reason for this
determination that the condition of the
nnem;iloyed people would be made even
w rse under Kosebery 's administration
than at present.
Temple lot in Independence, Mo., has
btea decided by a Vnited States court to
bid.ro? to the reorganized Mormon church,
which has its headquarters at Lamoni,
la., sn 1 is ikxlared to te the real Mormon
church. "Temple lot" is a sic red piece of
ground to the Mormons and believed by
them to have been in the Garden of Eden.
A commercial traveler dropped dead at
Columbns, U., and some one robbed the
corp-e of a $y l diamond pin.
Mrs. Jane Tomlinson. sister of the Lite
s.civtaryof agriculture, Jeremiah Rusk, was
thrown to the gronna cy her horse stum
blinc ue ir Zanesvilie. O. She was injured
internally and had her arm broken. Be
ing 'J years old, her recovery is doubtful.
Cora Belle Fellows, who was married by
a icux Indian, is said to be living at Ash
land, Xeb., uader the nane of Mrs. Reed.
Iter husband has abandoned her and is
living with a squaw.
The receivership of the Lehizh Coal and
Iron com pan t has been dismissed and the
property restored to its olcers, it being
au:e uj pay us ueuis.
Trom and after March 4 onlv thromrh
mni'. and freight trains will run on the
Erie railway oa Sunday. All others wilt
lay up on that day, tun s giving several
thousand employes one days rest a week.
Moore Baker, who avenged the murder
: or his wile end child at Franklin Park.
! X. J., by killing the two murderers, is
confined to his bed under a strong guard.
He is delirious and the doctors say be may
i never recover his reason.
t viiiiieurari aimjni, v a. nave a new
disease talie-l scarlatina.
By telling a saloonkeeper that his wife
had given him permission to drink again
he having been on the saloon blacklist
by notice of his wife Sandy McKae. of
Rockfonl, Ills., procured liquor. Now Mrs,
McKae is suing the saloonkeeper under
the same law that put McKae on the
Attorneys at Ann Arbor. Mich., are ar
guing for a new trial for a convicted mur
derer on the ground that one of tlte pros
ecuting attorneys was too eloquent.
Eighteen prominent citizens of Xottawa
towuship. Mich., have been arrested for at
tempting to destroy a dam that they ob
Colonel Thomas G. Lawyer, of Rockford.
Ills., is out as an open candidate for commander-in-chief
of the Illinois G. A. R.
Columbiana county, O.. is bankrupt,
there being cot a dollar in the treasury.
Jnh;rLowe is in trouble at St. Louis be
cause he makes a business of perjury, so it
is charged. A fellow was unearthed at
Chicago the other flay who did the sahie
sort oi "business."
In a struggle with an attendant named
Jackson.T. B. Williams, a patient in the in
sane asylum at St. Joseph, Mo., received
injuries which caused his death. Jackson
was acquitted.it being evident, that he had
to fight for his life. ,
Just before she was to have been buried,
being apparently dead of typhoid fever, a
young girl at Plymouth, O., gave signs of
life and is now recovering.
F. Luoski,Chicago, is charged with steal,
ing an entire two-story house, moving it
to a lot he owned fourteen blocks away
and selling the whole property.
Henry Burbridge, of Alton, drew his gun
toward him by the muzzle. Be is dead
Two burglars entered the house of Mr.
and Mrs. Henneberger near Hillsboro, Ia.,
and killed the old man with a hammer.
His wife, too, may die.
Chicago Populists to the number of 100
held a convention and nominated town
JntoJ Early's Fruu-rmL.
Ltschbibo, Vs., March 8. Jubal Early
was not a church member, but rather par
tial to the Roman Catholic His nieces
are Episcopal church women and the fu
neral aervioes will be held at St. Paul's
Episcopal church here at S o'clock this
afternoon. The funeral wiil be quite a
military event, and the town is fall of vis
itors, mcladinjr msa ia ail walks ia
"' . ila
&uUri Is Dr. Samael Pitcher's prescription for InLata
and CWXtlren. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
Cher Karcotte rabstancn. It U a harmless tmbstltcte
for PavresoriCp 3rops, Soothis Syraps and Castor OIL
It is Pleasant. Its traarantco it thirty yean tute by
Xlllllofis of Mothers. Catoria destroys "Worms and allays
feTerUhaess. Caetoria prcTcnis rorsitins Eonr Cord,
cores Diarrboca and Wind Colic. Castoria rcUcrcs
teethinx troubles cures constipation and fiatalency.
Castoria aasinillates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, ftivins healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria Is Che Children' Panacea the Mother's Friend.
raat nil la aa irtmrllrat aiTrllrhin for ehn
rtrea. Morton tore rrteUedly toUrneoC it.
a-ood egret gpoa ttoar chilclreBL-
Pav O. C Osoooo,
CaaSorta to the toot rersedy forchnJreaof
which 1 u acfptimir. I hope the day is cot
far dtataat irhatuitkiri wiilmaj irrCierval
istxrratof tb children aad uaeCoatiU io
atnail of thrTTirfr-tHTi"VB rfrrrraTTrnirk int
dulinjliil lln k In mil inns In fun In,
a-aoolrliBg aynrp and other hurrful
1 cowa taelr tnroata, thereby srsdino'
Da. 3. F. Tntrreja,
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Hpts, Bra? Goods, Fackin; Eos
Fire Brick Etc, Largest nd best equiied
establishment west of Chicago
OA Via ttiAAn. aloline, 21 j 112. 114 West Seventeenth tt.
Telephone 2C6S. j Telephone 11S. r-xcaisaat
Kesiatno Telechcn 1)60
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before buying.
The Young America
And All-Night Lunch Connter.
Contractor and Builder.
Residence, 410 Seventh street.
B. P. DoGBAR,
Conteaotor anci Builder.
(aCtos aad Shop 22S ifteentk Street
I recommend it assuperxarioaay preacr.pa
kaotra to bk."
H. A. Aarm. 3L 9
lit So. Oxford St., Broodya, X. j
"Our phrslclacs ia the chSdrea s derrv
meet hatro spokea highly ef thtj .raa
ence ia their ootalia practice wiij Cantor.
aad althcuh we eoiy have aax jt 03
medical supplies what is kaowa as 171
products, yet wo aro frro to cobras tjl toa
rseriu of Castoria Las won as 10 kx wia
favor upon it.
Uxrm BosrtaIi as Dtkrauar.
Auxx C. Sxrra, Pro.,
Ktnray Strwet, Jfew York City.
War. Bootn. oa
Sixtresth Mreet totwera
r int aad Second ansae.
Kctail trade especially tolicitcd.
210 STenteenth St.
BOOK ISLAND, ILL
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