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"Picturesque America." f
-TXUI. NO 169
May Bargain Sale!
Commencing Wednesday, May
.,n, ri'titiniiin'.' the bai-
.,,.,. n( the week. The fol
trw inr prices scnk fir thcni-
Wrapper Itorgains 7.V ladies'
w, ,.,! f. ;i en' rn' n . hkk. nan."
re; imm. at 7-.': n:
si : I- '.intf." ropior tih yoke, fruit
iit,.! Kf'k rutn , Mt.i emsroulpr.4 trim
pi'ii.; ir f I t wrip er, ruffled
,.,k". 'in tr.n.tif t tack, full .lci'vca
j.ii.t ."il In.
I. :ii!i'' Knit I'nderwear Har
;;i r I iilli-V Trt m o ; ladles'
i'vv'nm r. 'fed vol. Mpe sleeve n I
n, . ... :i: :. mi Ii ; l.lirir Jrr..ay rlrted
v.. . 1 i; V'-v. s.uil Drk.' 1-J;ic each.
II. i-ii'rv r.argnins Ladies' fast
h .V ft p Ir; MilicV eam'r9ii tin:
I .L.'k ii.if. Itc ii ptir; ear rn ro'iiri-d
l,.... rit . ti''-. Il , t 3 pulr fir SI;
iur c aii- l liu'i. 3 uilr Tit (I.
.:u-c Curtains and lrnpory Bar-
k-:in. - ti.ile SUx feet Ifin"; Toiler
.. ii.-- w h tix'nre. complete, nt lc
f t. . i f.-i-" lutw roller phidm with flx
i , . i-nni,,,.'!., I'd'unt linen fr. turn, at
iv .' - h w:i-luir e wtntli w pti.ule with
: r.mt i'ir n '.?M' pnrh. Can lie
i ii u-i'ii ii.iii y pnll,-t mi I tnn wnMtf
i. . . iu. new . I un iln .crim it t'sc
i ir! i niir i v .jirv?,. net a, rtur nrix ;
i. n. I ' i-iirtfi'i. t $ in pair; ft fiior
r , 'rn p if. trip nd f'x'urrt coizuicc.
Liilii-' U'aist At .It'.o rach, la
i .- pl.ilU'U f:ont and hack, full
i. m . in.) joke.
to lie" white waists, tucked j
j . run u cu. irna cun. ai 9V oich.
Hi M ithi-r's Kr'n-riil Iloyn hhort
''tit-' Knit t'nilorwrar War.
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h ln.l iImw r- at W arta: ?'
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M llani i.ii shirrrd nrrr.u'L.
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I.n.n lWr:iiiiH-Fin all linrn
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" ' i' f . .i it u r n pil t iwcl, all l:u u,
"" .vaPl "tj jilaiiU, copinl
ir m ,in.i.rt..i patttTim, at He a
Tiu.vturi at "ok a vanl;
I;iiin li.wns. wear nml
nr.' raiirir, 27c a yard.
luil'u'' tlolh, rt'nlai
rnlui fd ti ilTlcayard.
wnrtsd Miiiliiir 2lh
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T1 1 lM at 12 a vard.
'' Hi' Ii wi.r.li-il (liii.'onal miil-
iiiarkfd li m-II at 2.:, at l!r
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K i ,..,r (,,r jc.arM nt
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'''nu ll nil wim.I novi-ltics. .'.Or
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; lar'f Varic-tv.
Cor. Second and Brady.
RAMSAY GETS OFF.
The Head of the Operrators
Did Not Tamper With the
The Situation Today at Cleve
land. General News Brought by
Ckiak Ramus. May 3. Chief
Ramsay, un trial for tampcrin; with
wires of the Iturlingtoii, Cedar Rap
ids & Northern road during tho re
cent strike on that road, was acquit
ted by a jury this morning.
Tlir Nllunllon at Cleveland.
Ci.kvi:i.axi. May 3. Four compa
nies of the Fifth rejiiinentnreon duty
at the city hall ready to repress an
attempt to renew yesterday's r.otous
demonstrations l"v the unemployed
foreigners. The chief of poliee does
not anticipate any trouble todav. but
is prepared for it if it comes.
New Vokk. May 3. The steamer
Persion Monarch," from London, car
r.v'n!I passengers anil freight is
ashore near F.ast Mariches, Loii' Isl
and. TVreeke.l l,y proken Wheel.
Ai.TOi.sa, I'll., Slay 3. A freicht train
poinj tiist on the IVntisyivimia railrnuJ
wns wrt't ked by n broken wlu-el nt Tip
ton, eipht tnili-s en-t of this city. Thirty
nine ear were piled up. Itrnki iimti .1. I).
iuu-WTinaii wiis instantly killed. Harris
1 Marks of liotierlsilulf, who was riilinij
on the train, whs serious!)- injurvd. The
other nieniU-rs of the crew esciipid. but
It is feared that the Indies of several
tramps are still under the wreck, as a
until Iht of them were seen on the train
beiore the accident. .
Arrest of a iiunli rfi itc r.
I.E.I. S. I)., May a.-l.uis Martin of
L)iiiiiont was arrested uu the elir of
nialiufiieturiii and passing eounti rleit
money. Martin ranie to 1-ad about, two
Weeks iiko mid ptis-cd off u iumilier of
siurious ilollais. I'mted States Marshal
I tray has been working on the case and
searched the house of the uicusi il, titiiliii
two molds, one fur a dollar and the other
for n lialfiioHar piece. Marltn was lmund
over to the (.Tumi jury iu the sum of
I'nnils for icniT.il Cnxcy.
AsPr X. Col., Mny :t. The eiti.ens' nins
tnci tiiiK nt the opera house wa- a mon
ter demonstration, showing that the
pciipl" of Aspen believe fully in tlieriiit
stitutiiiiiHl riu-ht. of eitixcns to petition
congress. Fond-i will lie contributed and
sent to Con.'re.sm.iti li.ll to be ttirtn-d
over by him to C'oxey f;ir the purpuse of
maintaining: the nrinv of p. ac.'.
llecntiei n uero was guilty of murder
(fur which he uns Iynch"d) the Weir City,
Mo., lieu). Ic have ordered all tavro miners
to leave the state within forty-cu,'ht hour.
Ilupturc. plla tumor', llitula mil nil ili-ea'c
of the !ner hoiil (exc.pt eiM-i r. nulii nl'v
enr d. eId 'Prtn'j in vtnmts.fur lmk. AJ
Ur p World'. lii'er 'iiry hil cul a M.ciatiop,
Sir. M:l'U t:ct;t, Ciitr.lo. N. Y.
W ' ta frlS.
a U.i? fti
LESS THAN HALF THE
PRICtr OF OTHE-R BRANDS
SOLD IN CANS ONLY
j. K. i:kiiv.
t. 1J. KKIUV.
Room 4, Mitchell & Ljnde Building.
II If 71
ILLINOIS MINERS' STRIKE.
Belleville Striker. Koree th. Men at Glen
Carbon to 4jnlt.
ST. Iins, May .3-ProceedinK to exe
cute their threat to force every mine
op:.ratciWor the St.. Louis coal market to
clow, the Iklleville men. who bean their
crusade by foreins out the coal miners
at ColimsviUe, ms.t marched upon the
Glen Carbon miners and the latter were
preinnea npon not to work.
i worK. 'iliey are
nearly one thousand
in number and onv
I.iojes oi tlie Madison Coal
I hey have no grievances.
....... r, , Ilmo oeing madi
out this company's men in tin
Ivlwnrdsville, Mt. Olive, Clyde i
'u,i.i " IU also IM-lnrr mmln
the mine at
In '...! 1 ! 1 1
i:n, ..iii. so iar unsuecwslullv. The Col
linsyille employes of the Consolidated
Coal company are KtiU out, but the Con
olidatetl company is still prodiieiuir from
fiOJOtoti.-HX) tons of coal a da)' delp "
thestr.ke nt Coilinsvillo. At a meeting
. .Ma"nt"" th3 """Pany's men vot
i. uP;"nst1. 'o continue workinc.
At Mount Olive another meetiug was hel l
with the same result.
PANA, Ills., May 3. -Three hundred and
seventy-seven miners out of SOO t a mass
meetms voted to Ko on a strike indefinite
ly in aid of the national movement,
r.verythins was conducted iu a peaceful
and orderly manner. The men lH.fore 1
liiK dismissed by the chairman were told
ton,, home and conduct themselves as
good, lawbidmif American citizens.
DODD WAS NOT DROWNED.
LClose Call for the Master of a Government
CllFnoVGAN-, Mi,!,., Mny 3. -When
Cnptain Samuel Ilodd, master of the gov
ernment lightship on White S.ioals in the
straits of Mackinac, returns to his boat
be will find at us drawing for his body
and the crew in deep grief over his sup
posed death. Caitain Dodil was out iu a
sailboat, which capsized about two miles
away from the lightship. The over
turned boat was found. The captain was
piveu up for dead. It so happened, how
ever. Unit -after Captain Dodd had clutif;
to his capsized sailboat for hours he was
picked up by the schooner' City of She
boygan. His family was overjoyed when
they received a dispatch sijjned by the
supposed dead mau that he was safe and
ou bis way back.
RANDALL'S AP.NY MOVES ON.
Mareh Taken 1 p for llaiiiiiioml, lml.-TIm
CmrACiO, May a. KandalTs cnnimon
weal army left the Xew I'.nlanil hotel.
Seventy-third and Stony I.-land avenue
ami started for Hammond, I ml. lleforo
resuming the commander called the men
into the npartmcut which would have
been the hotel's diniinr room and
in general terms bade them lie
of good cheer. The commissary reported
enough provender for breakfast and the
general said further provisions were iu
sight. lie said, too, t tint the ar:!iy would
encounter no opposition on enteritis; In
diana a point on whicti ho had enter
tamed name doubt. The innovation iu
the army was the formation of a "vet
eran corps." The old soldiers in the
ranks, eleven in number, were picked out
and put in the van. I'our (Jnind Crossing
police led the army.
Operation on Henderson of Iowa.
Washington, May a. Another surgical
operation was performed on General Hen
derson of Iowa and the patient came out
from the effect of the anu-ilhctic iu u sat
isfactory condition. Dr. J. Ford Thomp
son, who performed the operation, with
the assistance of several eminent sur
geiins. c.xpresssed the belief that the re
lief afforded the patient would lie perma
nent., ns tin-source of trouble seem -d to
have been reached. General Henderson's
pluck and endurance were the subject of
much comment at the Normandie, where
be is conhued. All that is needed is re
laxation In mi work and exercise, which
the general's family lind very hard to in
duce him to consent to.
New Kallway itridges Opened.
ST. 1 ail is. May a. The new bridges of
the liurliugtuu system across the Missis
sippi at Alton, Ills., and across the Mis
souri at llc'ilcfoiitaiu lSlulls, Mo., were
formally opened. A train from Missouri
having on board t.overuor W. J. Stone
and staff and one from Illinois having
Lieutenant Governor Gill and staff met at
the center of the Alton bridge aud there
formal speeches opened the structure to
traffic, alter which Miss Kdith Hretiho'.t
christened the bridge, breaking a bottle of
champagne on the heavy steel work.
These proceedings were followed by a
lunch nt Alton, succeeded by other festivi
ties. Iteinains of Senator Stoekliridge.
Kalamazoo, Mich., May a. The re
mains of tho late Senator Stockbriuge
urrived here from Chicago, accompanied
tV Mrs. Siockbridge aud J. L. lloutaling,
the senator's nephew aud wife. The fu
neral will be held Thursday afternoon
from St. Luke's Kpiscopal church. Tub
funeral urrangcuiculs are very biuiplu.
Muy Jluy in New York.
New Yokk, Mav a. Labor had its an
nual May day demonstration. Fifteen
thousand workmen, including 50i wo
men, assembled in Union Sijuare at night,
where speeches were made and geuural
but orderly enthusiasm prevailed.
lleutli of ialilor AIk'11.
1SALT1MOKE, M.ay 3. George W. Abell,
one of the proprietors and editors of The
Sun, died of puuuiunia. llewasboru in
this city fifty-one years ago and educated
ut the University ot Maryland.
World's Tair Dividend.
ClUCAfso, May 3. The Worl i'. fair di
rectors have declared n 1( ler cent, divi
dend on fin.m:o,MiO stock. The dividend
is payable dune", Aller the dividend is
paid the exposition will have a balance of
Knnsaa Miners Still Working.
1'ITTblU IiO, May . The miners are all
working iu this district, notwithstanding
the l.otn is that were posted tt coupk of
davs iiuo to t!Q out Aliiy t.
Hood's Sarsapurilla is absolutely
unerjualed as a blood purifier and
strengthening" medicine. It is the
ideal spring medicine. Try it.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL., lHUfiSDAY, MAT 3 1894.
iT MUST WALK
That Is What It Looks Like at
PEES DOISFT INDORSE SOYEEEIGH.
A Telrjrrnin from the A. R. C. Mnn That
Raises an fssne of Veracity with Somi.
ticly Tra'le anil I.rihor Assenility Peo
pie Ilei'i.le to Adopt Oninlia Tiictic A
Train To Re rieinanded iif the Governor
Latest from C'oxey.
Dks Moines. Ia.. 'ay S The outlook
for Kelly's army was dec ide.Uy uupromis.
ing last niht, and the undustrials were
in anything but good humor. All hope of
securing a train was practically abandoned
by the local committers, their various
propositions for stock cars nn J cut rates
having been refused. Offers of fromM'l
to s'Sd a car were made to the various
roa Is, and were firmly refused. In addi
tion to the prospect, of a match to Chicago
the array w.is threatened with an empty
larder. Tho efforts of the citizen's rom
mitttee to secure food met with small re
turns and the opinion was generally ex
pressel that the city would not furnish
sufficient provision for another day.
The indications were that Kelly would
have to walk out of town tomorrow or
starve and much uneasiness was felt over
the possibility of the army breaking up in
D -s Moines.
f-ovrreiRii and IWis Iisasreo.
Kelly re-i'.ssericd that he would never
walk and his men were cqui'.ly de
terniii ed. Many of them left camp aud
beaed food, and it was i p;;.rcnt that
their plea for food would not long lie
listened to by the people. 1'ivsiileut Reese,
of the local American Railway Union,
wired President I)cl.s.-tkiug him if Grand
Mastt r Workman Sovereign was author
ized, as he had in t imated, to call out the
railway, to secure a tram for the army.
Reese lat night an:iot:t:ced that D dis had
replied that such reports were false and to
pay no attemiiin to them. Sovereign rc
tused early in the evening to talk about
the maiicr end then disappeared. The
labor people, however, feel that they must
d siiim.'t hi.ig to help the industrials, and
sj t he Trades and 1 jibor assembly held n
meeting last night nud decided ;n action
similar to that, t .keu ill U:n:iha on beindf
of Kelly's army.
Will Ti.iLe u Ileiiiitliil en the Governor.
A call was issued to ail lalsiring men to
meet iu front ol the cii.zeus' beaihiuar
ters, march to the state house at '. o'ciocli
tins morning, and demand that Governor
.lacks. m take such iacliou a will secure a
train for the industrials. The- decision
was made after leugtny speeches by Gen
eral Weaver, Colonel Sieed, and others,
and was accepted as a last lesort. No res
olutions were passed, but upon inotiou it
was decided that a popular demonstration
was the o.ily Iior. lor sending Kelly on his
way. It was suggested by some of those
present that the- governor be asked to com
pel the railroads to furnish a train free
and by others that, a reduced rale be de
manded, but the nat ure of the demands on
the governor were left to lie decided on
A hat the Governor Thinks About It.
Governor Jacksou was informed of the
action of the labor organizations und was
much surprised at the proposed demonstra
tion. "If the people goto the capitol,"
lie said, "J will rcocive them cordially and
listen attentively to what they have to say.
I have not had time to consider the mat
ter, but I do not see what I can do. There
is no action for me to take that I know of,
and I shall probably so tell t hem."
"Does this to your mind indicate a re
petition of the Omaha demonstration!'"
the governor was asked.
"Well," he replied, hesitatingly, -"It is
too early to tell. I ilou't know that there
will be such trouble, but there mav."
COXEY AND HIS LIEUTENANTS.
All Will lie Tried ami lie Defended
l'oulit Lxa ters.
Washington, May 8. Coxey, Urowne
and Jones, the commonweal leaders, wi'.l
lie tried tomorrow for violation of United
States laws before Judge Miller, of the
police court. They have a brilliant army
of Populist lawyers to defend them,
among their attorneys being Kcpreseuta
t ives Pein e, of Colorado: Raker, of Kansas;
Roen. of Minnesota, and Adjutant General
Tarsney, of Colorado. Coxey and Jones
both obtained bail in ?r0o, Frank llmne, a
wholesale grocer, signing t he bond.
The men nil claimed a jury trial, and
Coxey was indignant liccause the judge
refused to accept cash bail or to decrease
the amount of the bond. He also refused
to let Coxey go ou his personal lmtid.
Rrowne has issued n special order (No. 1),
ay follows, to the "Comrades of the Army
of the Co momvea' :" "Liberty lies
weltering in her own blood in the nation's
eapitul city tonight, stabiied m the house
of her friends by her supposed guardians.
Free speech has beeu suppressed and po
licemen's clubs have taken the place of
the scales of justice."
The document throughout is couched in
extravagant phrases, und at the conclusion
relates that "after remaining in a damp,
dirty dungeon several hours" Tuesday he
was liually let out ou o(K) bail which was
furnished by two true Christian ladies of
boou after his release Coxey was seen iu
his room at the National hotel v,ilh Mrs.
Coxeyand Legal Tender. Samuel (jum
pers, the president of the American Fed
eration of Labor, Was at the hotel and had
a talk with Coxey, which talk the latter
did not care to reveal
In discussing his arrest the chief of the
commonweal smil: "1 uni certain t hat I
hnve not leen guilty of lawbreaking. I
saw Vice President Stevcuson at 0 o'clock
yesterday morning and he told me that he
wruld consult with Shaker Crisp nbout
Betting aside the regulation forbidding
speech making on the Capitol grounds. 1
am certain that the law is unconstitution
al, and I wanted to test it. I left my army
and walked peaceably to tho Capitol steps
bearing no banner or device, which the
jaw lorliids. I demanded of the people
i ne exercise oi my right. When they re
fused me I sked if I could road a protest.
"They relused that, and I made no ut
tempt to speak or read, merely nskiug
mem to accept ti,e piUrt, which they ns-
luseu. i lurueti aim made mv way Irom
the gronuds. It there was l-uh ssns ia
u.y action ,1 fail to aee it.
The London challenges the combined 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 9c.
Domet shirtwaists for 11c.
Childs' pants, worth $1.50, for Soc.
Childs' blouse suits for 49c.
Men's fine black clay worsted suits in
regent 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 teck ties, worth 50c, for
You know us:
Seven Per Cent
We desire to call attention to
the fact that we have constant
ly on hand and offer for sale
at par aud accrued interest
First -Mortgage Loans
In sums of -$200 and upv.
secured on improved 1. .as
and other choice real estate,
running- from one to live years
and drawing SEVEN per" cent
A Word to the
Wise is Sufficient.
The shrewdest investors are
now calling in their money or
patherinfr it together to put in
these seven per cent loans
w hile 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 dale to its ma
turity, relieves the holder
from all annoyance 'except to
present liis coupon to us for
collection. For further infor
mation call at the office of
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. F. KOTH,
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
Razors sharpened on short
&AX&FUCE, ROCK ISLAND.
See us for Bargains.
162) Second Ave., Under Rock Island House.
price nnucs cests.
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 $2.49. 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 IN
hi en mi
CAW BE SU AT
E. F. DORN,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1823 SIXX5ND AVE
Harper Hooaa Block