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BOCK ISLAND, ILL., SA1TJRDAY, APBIL 28. 1834.
How to Dress Prettily
"Though your purse be
nearly empty. Come to
the I?oston Store any day
this week the earlier in
the week the better. Ex
ceptional values. The
cream of the stock to be
sold at greatly reduced
.IHvanN rre plaids, copied
Ifr ni imported patterns, at He a
lifi-inoh mixtures at 25c a vard;
li-kIike It miff.
itn-inch Jmv-towiis, wear and
in.ir'Vitln;r fabrics, 1'Tc a vard.
.M-iticli cloth, regular
prii'i1 : reduced to . jcayard.
.t-;nct lane cloth, regular
iprn'p ": reduced to 44c a yard.
:ih-m-n worsted Minings,
ijiaifv. .v 121c a yard,
itii-iipi'h worsted diagonal suit-
r inr. marked to sell at 2'tc, at l'Jc
;w-inch li 'iirirtta", beautiful
r-N. nil! wear for vears. at
;7'i' ari; 3."c fjuality.
.-in -h nil wool novelties, frjc
iiia. n. mil be i.o. I for 29c a
varil: a larire Tariff v.
All wikiI French challies at
T'r a vard.
All .il French flannel. at 39c
'I iii'-d alt wool suitings at 5"c
A: Tr'-: Itcantiful chocks
marked to sell nt ft.
At !.!:: i-l-inrh Scoth cf-
:. 1 quality.
Ai..c: l.Miicn check, silk
mixed, fi.i'.-, ..uuiitr.
t Hneh all wool batiste re-
"rsiiUe roods, tl nualitv. nt
- j . . -
;w-im-h ail wool suitinc. rdain
nd mixture., at W'r a vard.
Ai.rt.d worsted novelties, not
" worth leu. than (1 to 1. !..
it a vard.
Aborted worsted novelties. ft.lc
I and ! ijtialities. at f.c a vard.
-itiih Persian nut-cities, tl
httalitie. at f.'.hr a yard.
"n'-ilicll ertivinettf ertr.. at
i :'' an.l f !.;; a vard.
l-illch draiNTVile Pnri. nt l.'.n
'inch lienrietta t. ,r i;.. . ...I
I" 'vv. at 7r a vard.. "
"'-ni' h lioiiptpnnili '!L- ft..l-t.
it .'.( ;, tBri
''-IIP I, .Iamatrrn l.l.nL ....t
I I" h :r n vnr.l
N". 7:1 llU'u'ieh Ix.nrinft. .111-
l'"'"li. I n i., h dye, at GDca yard.
'''-men storm M-rmv K.V. n,,nt.
IfT.atfii a yard." . 1
r-val senrc. vurv lim:
O Mil'l e!I rcadilt-nt .. f'-irri..
Mm h "loria .;tL. .,.n,...
1 "r "kirts and dresses, at C'.tc a
I "-iti h Mark nnn'a voiltn.r
r.v finer, at l.ric t.r.i. ,i.
ni - nml eonif-.rt an; eouiliitied
I in llii. Iw., ...;.. i ..
' m liiuric.
"-inch albntrosn. .tl wnrih
". at Uc a vard.
I'l-lnell all Wml Inen rn.t:nn
' H worth tl. at 79o a vard.
Cor. Second and Brady
Industrials Seize a Train in
' Ohio. . '",
The State Militia Ordered Out
to Dislodge Them.
On the Appearance of the Mi
litia the Hoboes Retreat.
Kelly's Army Stranded and
Stuck at Earlham.
Coxeyites Take a Train at
Gov. Pennoyer Again Displays
His Donkey ism.
Federal Troops Again Or
derd Out in the West.
Breckinridge Denied a New
Trial Other Late News.
.CoLriBl(, April 28 Galvin's
army still has possession of the H.il
ti more & Ohio freight train at Mt.
Sterling, and dclies Detective Ma
honey and 53 deputies sent from
here this morning to dislodge them.
The governor has ordered out the
Htu regiment. s
Rooted by the KltltU.
Mt. Stekhng. April 2. The
train bearing the militia arrived here
at 12:10 this afternoon. The militia
consisted of four companies anil a
battery, all under command of Col.
Coit. i'he Oalvin army was still in
possession of the freight train. When
everything was in readiness (lalvin
and Col. Coit addressed the army,
urging them to leave the train. Colt
giving them three minutes to leave.
As the train drew near the hoboes
climbed down, only one color-bearer
remaining. Not a shot was lireil.
The whole army was captured, and
the train steamed off for Columbus.
Cosryltr Make Trouble in the Wrst.
Washington. April 2H. A tele
gram received here this morning
from official sources says 300 Ccxey
ites seized a freight train at Troui
ville, Oregon. Governor Tennoyer
being appealed to. declined to assist
Marshal Grady in enforcing the pro
cess of the courts against the men
who took the train, and tho federal
tros at Vancover barraeks, Wash
ington, have been ordered out to his
Kelly' Army stranded.
Stcart, April 28. Kelly's army is
at Earlham and refuses to proceed
until wagon or rail transportation is
furnished. Provisions are running
The rollaril-rirrrklnrldge fane Stand.
Washington, April 2. The mo
tion for a new trial in the Pollard
Itreckinridge case was overruled In
justice Uradley this morning, and 3i
days given to defendant in which to
Silc a bill of exceptions.
ritrh Hat tie With nnrrja-a.
Siocx Cm. April 2S. Marshal
Whitney, of Missouri Valley. Iowa,
was Killed in a pitched battle with
burglars this morning. One bur
glar w as fatally wounded and a citi
zen badly injured.
Ilntuff Thrower on Trial.
PAUIS, April 28. Tho triul of Kmile
Ileuii, the unnrchist, who, ou Feb. 12,
threw bomb into the cafe beneath the
Terminus, was begun in. the uiza court
of the depart meiit of tho Seine. The
court room wim crowded and uiuoiijt the
siectntoni wera severul women. The
grcati-at precautious were tnki u by the
police in order to prevent a bo ml) outrnp?,
the outside of the palace of justice utidthe
corridors of tho build:u bein crowded
with ieople and police, In the list ol jur
ors there is no prominent name.
Arm Milpped to Warrington.
SlIttSUFIELU, Mass., April 2. Major
Ri'Xford of tlie United States armory hero
has shipiied to the chief of urduimce at
Washington, bixty-llvo carbines and 10
rifles, 'i lie arms were sent by express
and fast freight und have alr.-ady lieiu re
ceived lu Wusliiiiton. Alajjr Kexford
auys be bus i:.'iO,U.U ritlus aud u supply ol
curbluvs which can be shipped ou snort
notice. The tun jor u piHiseti that the anus
are inteudud to protect the treasury ut
Wuahingtou from auy ultuck by Cusev
Pr. aideutlul Nomination.
WasMNOtoM. April t8. The president
ha sent to the senate the following nem
inationo: Harry K. Brixs, to bo. attorney
uf the I'uitt-d Mates for the western dis
trict of Wisconsin. Vust masters: John
1L Jleaston, Winchester, lud.; Tliotuas J.
ISmith, Frankfort, lud.; John II. Hirt!
WilmiiiKlon, O.; Frauk M. Kuot, Ilereu,
O.; William K. hauder, Kulztuwn, Pa.
Would tie a Know-Nothing Law.
LANSINO, Mich., AprU t8. The last leg
lalttlure ptisiicd a joint resolution submit
tintf to the people n cuiiHtilutional amend
inrut extetidiiiK the lime in which for
eigners nuiy become voters after tledariug
their intent ion. It is just di -covered
that if ratilled it will deuar all future ar
rivals of aliens Ironi voting.
STARVATION AT IRON MOUNTAIN.
A Poor Coaamlmloner Olven Two Bonn to
lave the Town.
Iron Mokstaix, Mich.. April -A-Poor
Commissioner McClintock has handed his
resI4ntion to Chhairmnu McXaughton.
of tho county board. Five hundred idle
workmen met here and unanimously
passed a resolution KivinK him two hours
to leave the c.ty or suffer the conse
quences. This was the wind-np of a pa
rade of the unemployed who carried red
nax. All of the marchers were later civ
en poor commission orders for fcj in eood
at any store. Three hundred orders V-re
issned in nil, KoinR to married men. and
they represent the total number of fam
ilies In want.
Single men cannot tret orders and are
pettinR boisterions. Unless outside nssist
ance arrives immediately serious troub'e
Is bound to occur. . A conservative esti
mate places the nmrt!er in tho city abso
lutcly without asolitary thingin the house
to eat at 2,5-H). Many faniilie8 mmX
eight and ten persons and pathetic in
stances occur when application is made
lor a ui.
Michael Sewitter. who presented nn or
der for 2, carric 1 a certitieato from Dr.
Carpenter saying that he had eight chil
dren and a wife-erkmsly juf .itn no
nurse, no money, no medicinn, and noth
ing to eat. That is only one of scores of
cases as bad. The Btate will lie asked to
give immediate aid to prevent starvation
Assistance given today will tire them over
two days, but other help must arrive by
WANTED TO' BE JAILED.
George Francla Train Arretted for Lectur
ing Without a l.icpuxe.
Washington-. April 28. George Francis
Train was under arrest. The philosopherof
psychic force wanted to languish in a dun
geon deep after his arrest, but an unsym
pathetic officer refused nnd instead car
ried Mr. Train to the police court for im
mediate trial instead of a confinement
fuvt and trial afterwards. Mr. Train ar
rived m Washington, attracted by the no
toriety surrouuding the Coxcv movement.
lie delivered a lecture The formality of
securing a license, a necessary incident in
the District of Columbia, was not com
plied with, and the police swooped down
on George Francis aud put him under ar
rest for violation of the license ordinance.
Mr. Train demanded that he te taken to a
cell and incarcerated. The request waa
refused and the police took him straight
to the police court, which was iu session,
to await there his turn for trial.
Judge Mdner of the policj court refused
to make a martyr of Citizen Train and dis
missed the charge ngaiust him.
TO RUN 200 MILES AN HOUR.
Electric Railway llrtween New York and
Philadelphia, April 8. A company
composed of New York and Philadelphia
capitalists will build an electric railway
from New York to Washington. The
tracts will be tie'vated to avoid grade
crossings aud two maiu tracks will be con
structed. A tiiird or center rail will
transmit the power instead of the trolley
system. Vestibuled cars litted like I'ull
mans will be run.
The company wivs it can run the cars nt
the rate of 3X miles au hour. Congress
will be petitioned to grant a rirht of way
in the District of Columbia. If a maxi
mum Keed of 1:!U miles an iiour is not at
tamed all rights and privileges will be re
voked. New York, New Jersey, Pennsyl
vania, Delaware and Maryland legisla
tures will be asked for rights of way. Tho
line will run vin Philadelphia and" .Balti
more. THREE EXECUTIONS.
One of the Culprits It leaks Ilov.n and Has
To lie Carried to the Ciallows.
FATETTLVILLE, Ark., April 2S. Samuel
Vaughn was hanged here for the murder
of John Gajre, iu September, 1KW. His
wife and children sjieut the uiht with
hitn. When they left him he broke com;
pletely down and had to be carried to the
gallows aud held up while the black rap
and noose were adjusted. Doth his neck
and wiudpifse were severed aud he died
without a struggle.
.Manassas, April 27. Jim Robinson and
Benjamin White were hanged in tho jail
yard here for criminal assaults committed
ou two white women in Prince William
county last January. There had been
some talk of trouble with the negroes on
t lie day of the banging, but there was us
l ive of Them Shot Iead and Two Hanged
IlENSESREY, O. T., April . An organ
ized baud of horscthieves was exterminat
ed by a vigilatice committee. For some
time the outlaws have been active, aud
have stolen from fifty to s4Venty-five
valuable horses iu the last mouth. The
farmers organized a vigiluuce committee
and started after the thieves. They
caught np with them iu Greer county,
about twenty miles from the Texas hue,
and a severe battle'Cnsued.
The outlaws were surrounded, and after
five had been killed by the avetiging farm
ers' volleys, the other two surrendered.
They were bound and luken to the nearest
tree. They were seated ou horses aud
roK placed around tbeir necks and over
the brunches and the horses started ut a
gallop, leaving the men hanging iu tho
air. The bodies were riddled with bul
lets and left to the vultures.
New urli Village Oistro.vcil.
Buffalo, April -8. A special to The
News says that at least one life was lost
in the burning of the village of Gasport.
Gosport is situated ou the Falls brauch of
the Xew York Ontrd railway, about
eight miles east of l.ockport, iu Niagara
county. It has a population of about live
hundred. The buildings ou Maiu street
are mostly of wood, nnd the village has
no protection against fire. The tire
originated ia a meat market connected
with the hotel aud spread rapidly. Within
half au hour the hotel aud several dwell
ings were in ashes. The bartender of the
hotel perished iu the flumes.
t'lftjr UoaU Tliui Can't Uet Coal.
Bt'FFALO, N. Y, Aprd as. Fifty boats
are tied up along the liullalo docks for
vtaut of coul, though only live days have
elapsed since the great strike of soft coal
turner was beguu.
HAD A STRING TO IT
A Proposition Made in the Sen
ate by Aldrich.
VOTE ON THE TABLTF SFFPTn),
Rat the 8nrc;cat!on Made .Only tor amnio
dlate Acceptance and Kot to Canens
Over An Offer That Serm to Have
Been "Itlnff" Jn:e Long's Pension
To Re Iu-.mciliately Cat to 4.10 Per
Washington, April 8. The Demo
crats in the senate decided to accept a
proposition made by Aldrich to vote on the
tariff bill ns it came from the house at 3
o'clock. Harris, nfter the question was
put to him by ALU ieh ns to whether a vote
could be taken nt that nottr. immediately
begau a canvass i.f the sennte, and after
seeing most of the Democratic senators
nnd conferring wit h them as to the accept
ance of the proposition, decided to an
nounce the willingness of the Democratic
side cf the chamlier to take a vote nt that
hour. He succeeded in getting the ac
quiescence of all the Democrats to ellow
the vote to be taken.
Tl.'Wle f r t he Time Only.
When asked if the Republicans would
standby the proposition he had made to
vote on the, tariff bill Aldrich said the
proposition was made for the time only
and not for the fut ire.
"I had no intention of granting an op
tion," said he, "and my proposition was to
the senate and n t to the Democratic cau
cus." It therefore would seem that AldricV
surprising offer had a loophole ia it and
was a bluff, and that the offer to vote at
once did not hold good ns f ar as t he Re
publican are concerned, nnd that the tar
iff debate, t here'or.', would not bo ended
by a vote at 3 p. in.
I.hulay a:i,l Cnllora ipenk.
No general business was transacted in
the senate, llarns moving as' soon es the
session liegan, that the t.iriffjbill be takeu
up. There was si me resistance to this
plan, par;icui.:r!y by Dubois, but the mo
tion iiassed-2.i to 10. Doiph waived his
right to the ftjor, and Lindsay addressed
the senate. Sherman diputcl the asser
tion of Lindsay thr.t the strikes at Home
stead were due to the McKiiiley bilk
Lindsay riturted that the manufacturers
natural desire was to reduce wages with
out respect to rates of duties. Culioaialso
addressed the senate.
In the Huue.
The campaign Hepburn has l.-n urg
ing iu t he house for the ps-t week to sis.
cure time for the passage of pension bills
favorably acred upon at the Friday ses
sions, culminated iu a victory. There were
twenty-two such bills and Pickler. after a
brief statement, succeeded in making an
arrangement whereby one hour should be
giveu to their consideration.
JUDGE LONG'S PENSION.
It Will Immediate?- Itc Cat Down to 8.-.0
Washington, AprU 2S. The period of
thirty days allowed Judge Charles D.
Long of -Michigan to die additional evi
dence in his pension claim has expired. Ia
accordance with the .instructions of his
counsel. Attorneys Baker of Detroit and
Hopkins of this city. Judge Long bus not
responded to the notice sent him by Com
missioner L:ichreu to submit further evi
dence of right to a monthly pension of $73
instead of $30, the amount fixed under the
commissioner's constitutional law.
It is said nt the pension bureau that the
counsel of the Michigan judge may appear
nt the bureau Monday morning to show
cause why the reduction should imt 1
made. This action ou the part of legal
advisers in the test case, liowever, will
not lie. As no further -evidence has been
filed during the allotted time: the nensiou
will be nt once cut down to sCili a mouth.
fiie reduction will lie contested and it is
the determination of counsel to ultimate
ly carry the case tu the United rotates su
To Look into Annor Plate Kraads.
Washington, AprU S& Secretary Her
bert has decided to appoint r. lioard of na
val experts to investigate armor plate
frauds. The detail for the board has been
prepared and only awnits the signature of
the secretary. Professor Alger and Lieu
tenant Ackermau. the two exnerts in the
ordnauce bureau; Cnptniu Howell, presi
dent of the steel board, and 4'iinuiiH.mler
Lambcrton, oa duty in the bureau of
yards and docks, are mentioned as proba
ble , mem hers of the board. The board
when it convenes will take under consid
eration the numerous articles referring to
this matter. It w ill also take uuder ad
visement the affidavits which Attorney
Wallace claims to have collected.
The marvelous success of Hood's
SarsapariHa is based upon thecorner
stone of absolute merit. Take Hood's
throughout the spring months.
PRICE- IS ON ALL CAMS.
TO Btr (jtllUIMlrvj
The London challenges thee ombined clothing
houses of Rock Island to meet their prices.
The London Always Undersells
More now than at any previous time of its suc
cessful career. If any. doubt exists, arm your
self with these challenge prices and see if any
other house has the goods at the price:
i,oooboys' pants, worth 25c, for ox.
Domet shirtwaists for 11c. .
Childs' pants, worth $1.50, for 89c.
Childs' blouse suits for 49c.
Men's fine black clay worsted suits in
repent frock, round and square cut sack
suits, worth $16.50, for $10.
Duke of York bows, worth 35 to 50c,
15c each; 75c per half dozen.
Men's half hose, while they last, 3c.
Fine spring tcck ties, worth 50c, for
You know us:
Seven Per Cent
We desire to call attention to
the fact that we have constant
ly on hsnd and offer for sale
at par and accrued interest
First Alortgage Loans
In earns of $200 and rwMs,
secured on improved, t urns
and other choice real estate,
running from one to five years
and drawing SEVEN per cent
A Word to the
Wise is Sufficient.
The shrewdest investors are
now calling in their money or
fathering it together to put in
these seven per cent loans
wiile they can be had.
The securities we offer are
especially adapted for the in
vestment of savings and trust
funds, as our personal atten
tion to all the details of the
loan, from its date to its ma
turity, relieves the holder
from all annoyance texcept to
present his coupon to us for
collection. For further infor
mation call at the office of
JACKSON & HURST,
'- Masonic Temple.
GEO. F. EOTII,
Supt. Loan Department
I make a specialty of repairing or
furnishing parts for any
bicycle, and guarantee
satisfaction on all work
If your wheel needs attention try
me. Hair Clippers and
Eazors sharpened on short
See us for Bargains.
162) Second Ave.. Under Rock Island House.
Double-breasted childs suits, worth
$2, for $1.10.
Men's all-wool suits, worth up to $10
about 400 in all for $5.
Men's suits $249. Honest suit.
Gause underwear 19c, worth 35c.
Men's black and tan British half hose
worth 25c per pair; two pair for 25c.
Boys' fine suits, worth up to $15, go
Overalls, the 50c kind, for 25c Black
Our prices are away
Oxfords and shoes.
For a pair of Ladies' Patent Tip
Oxfords. Be in time if you want
Buys a pair of Patent Tip and
Trimmed Oxfords in black, or we
can give you a very nice Russet
Oxford at the same price.
LATEST NOVELTIES LV
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