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THE ARGU8, MOKDAY, MAY 2 U 1894.
rM set a WwMr mm fi
1MM, Bsc Used m.
J. W. Pun ik.
TIKhTS Dally, tea mil pa walk. Weakly,
fA.tt net saunas; la edvaae SUO.
Ms slttractav. aoiltienl or rallftons, M have
Ml mum attach for pabttoatloa. Mo oack
BrtteleswlB be printed ovst ffxUUoM (tflmntarea.
Corrwspoodeaea aotlc to boat every township
to Hook lalaad aoanty.
naaaoorajUo Cooaty CMmlloa.
The democratic voters of Bock Inland eoulty,
to rtqorattd to trod dcleca'ea to too coooty
convention, to ko acid at Ida coart boose. In the
city of Boca lalaad, la said county, oa To radar,
May to. Mil, at 1 o'clock p. ai., toi the purpjee
nf nsnle.atlnf. candidates fur county jidca.
ooaoty clerk, acrlff, treasurer, county tupir.n
seadeat o( schools, also to select delegate, to I tie
state enveotKn,l o lo select doleatea to th
eosgftssloaal c mveutlon, a'so lo at Wet delegates
to Ik kaielillve cni.vot.lioa. and to apnclnt a
democratic c wnty eoamliue, and to transact
oack otkor business a any property coaia before
tk renter entatloa will ko one delegate f r
every al dcmrcretla rote, ard one tor every
fraell aal of 10 votes oa the presidential vote of
Vot a. Delcira'e.
Cordova M 3
('HMitlrMk ..... 4(1 X
T.am .... .... a
I'.m nmo S3 3
Firrt precinct 1C 4
frone.l praetnet M it
Tmrd precinct 41 a
Flrstward 110 6
rWnnd ward 1 7
Third ward ItH 7
Fourth ward 1 15 6
Klitta warn i:m 5
Mlith ward a
rkven-hoard m a
Soma stoilne 18U 7
Klrst wartl 1N7 8
Keened ward SMS II
Third ward 870 It
Pnarth sard tJI
Filth wanl sr.? JU
Mxtb wanl lx 7
Seventh ward .. Ml
Smith eh Island Ill 6
Hlark Hawk 1X1 6
f.ol Valley ni 4
Ha al 74 3
Howllnr. ........... .......... 4o
I'irsi prartnrt .... 05 a
Orrnfcd prectnet.... ....
ToUl 8I ICS
1 ha primaries to tbs roan'ry detricts will be
ke'ri at o'clock p. m- Saturday, May tC. Tbs
primaries la the clUei of Mi!lt.c ar.d Ruck Island,
oa the rams day at 1 o'clock p. m.
Dated at Cock Island. Mar o. 1P0I.
T. s. SU.VU, Cha'rmaa.
WlM.ua IfrEsiav, Secretary.
Moxdat, Mat SI, 1894.
Is Is not about time for tbo Union's
anonymous correspondent to be heard
on titr situation, or Is be waiting un
til after the convention?
Horn Island is to bare a number
of shows this week, but the moat
unique of all i billed for Har-rs
theatre tomorrow free of charge.
Hilly Masux will tell the people
of Hock island tomorrow ntirbt wbv
he is a better candidate for United
Mates senator than the grizzly old
icicle, Miciojr Al. i uiiom.
WniLt Hilly Mason is talking
alMiut future United Mates senators
from Illinois tomorrow night, he
might refer to the fact that the nest
senator resides in Bock Inland.
(ir.x. Smitu I). Atkins, editor of
the Freeport Journal, openly con
denins the combination made by Ctil
lorn and 5VuIff for senator and state
treasurer, respectively, to the csclu
sion of other candidates throughout
the state, of which Atkins is one.
Kr.Ai.iiNO that the accommoda
tl,n .f iti A nld imnpl ImiidA tt'iiru in
adequate to the mitiiremento that
1 1 ... . . I . t . II!- a . ..
win iw iiihiio if j hnv puuiii: luuiMiiirn
to see ine great republican tree snow
Harrier's theatre was en?a!?ed I
wise precaution. There are to be
three performances at 11a. m., 1:30
aim a p. ill.
Tne decision of the court at Dan
ville in the Illinois apportionment
ease is the first knockout for the ro
publirnn ring, and while it is a vic
tory lor the democrats at the outset,
the rennblican will not ceasa their
efforts until the last resort is ap-N-alod
to. It is likewise a triumph
of Attorney Gcnerel Moloney over
ex-Attorney (icneral Hunt, the pres-
t 1 I L.1J
pi n ntiurney general Having ueiu
from the first that the Vermillion
eoiinty court had no jurisdiction
over ine mailer.
Tcxn Siftings Liirarjr for May is
a lieautiful number, outside as well
as inside. Tho lithographed cover
has a cartoon of high order, while
the jukes and pictures are so timely
and amusing that they arc sure to
lie appreciated by the 'high class of
readers who buy this paixr from
month to month. The publisher is
to tie congratulated upon the great
success of bis paper. Although it
was only started In January, the cir.
culalion is already very large, espec
iallv in clubs and colleges ull over
the United States.
Taw ValM mt m t'raoail.
t'OKMEUA, La For over six years
I was greatly troubled with eonstipa
tion and biliousness and was often
nnable to work. At the suggestion
of a friend, I tried Simmons Liver
Regulator and am now free ol these
troubles Harrison Tarleton. Yonr
tlrnggist sells it In powder or liquid
The powder to be taken dry or made
lo to a tea.
LOST ON THE LAKE.
About Twenty Lives So Far as
. Reported. .
DI318TEB8 OFF CHICAGO HARBOR
eight Teasels aad rea Lives Oe Down Cn.
dor tho Wrath of tho Teaapest List ol
tho Othor Crmft Tie ported Wrecked or la
IMatresa four Uvea Lost la Attempt
ing to Sara tho Miape'e Crow, Whlchi is
Chicago, Muy 21. The northeast enta
which began with the change of weather
blew with increaaing force all day. The
gale approached the dignity of a hurri
cane, blowing at intervals at sixty miles
an hour. The beach iu the neighborhood
of Chlcnuo was a "lee shore," From Glen-
coe to South Chicago it was strewn with
wreckage. Eight vessels come to grief
and at least ten lives were sacrificed. The
lumber fleet suffered most. The financiul
lutM approaches (100,000, 4o say nothing of
the injury to the Illinois Central's right
of way. The scene off the lake front was
unparalleled In Chicago's history and
thousands of people turned out to wit
ness the thrilling iuciilents of the day.
following are the vessels wrecked in the
vicinity of Chicngo:
Schooner Evening Star. Captain M. W.
Kilton.weut ashore at Twenty-sixth street:
crew of five rescued by people on shore.
Schooner C. G. Mixer, Captain Henry
Ahebnhs, went ushore at One Hundredth
street; crew of seven rescued by South
Chicago life paving crew. Schooner Myr-
tie.lnptnln ilson, went down off Thirty-
fifth Mrvjt; crew of nix drowned. Schoon
er Lincoln Dull, Cnntnin S. Johnson, went
ashore at Olencne; Anton Uundersen, Man
istee, .Midi., deckhand; drowned: crew of
fonr rewened ly Kvanton life saving crew.
Schoouer Jiict Tliomitson. Captain
Thomas Williams, went ashore nt Twenty-
sixth street; John Johnson, cook, drowned;
crew of six saved Iry people on shore.
Schooner J. Ijomis McLaren, Captain K.
Johnson, went nsliore nt Iwenty-seventh
street; J. l'olaud. mate, killed in luidlake;
cr.wol six rexened ly police.
The List of Victims.
Schooner Mercury, Captain M. SUumer,
went nshore at Twenty-sixth htreet; crew
of seven rescued at the Illinois Central
pier. Schooner liaiuliow, Captuin I'ugh,
touted off the harbor nud capsized by the
Jack Thompson, and sank off Twelfth
street; four meu resetted from the vessel
by the I tig StH'ticer; the captain and two
men went ashore on a hatchway at
twenty-sixth at reel. The number of
lives known to have been lost is ten. The
list is as follows: Anton Guuderson,
Manistee, Mich., sailor on the Liueolh
IJall, drowned at Glencoe; John Johnson,
cook on schooner Jack Thmnpsou, fell
from the life line and was drowned: J,
I'oland, mate of the schooner J. Loomis
McLnreu, killed in midlake by a falling
spur; Thomas Sidlo, tailor, Nineteenth
and Morgan, swept from the government
breakwater and drowned; six unknown
men, crew of the Myrtle.
OTHER VESSELS LOST.
Disasters Krorted on the West Shore of
Milwaukee, May si. Although the
gale was general on the upper lakes yet
the west shore of Lake Michigan was the
scene of disastur. Reports up to mid'
night iudicnle that tweuty-four boats
had beeu wrecked uud twenty-four In-
lost. The lint of reported losses outside
of Chicago is: Schooner M. J. Cummings,
sunk, Milwaukee, six lives lost; schooner
C. C Barnes, ashore, Milwaukee; un
known schooner, ashore, Cudahy, is.
acboouer Moses Gage, ashore, Michigan
City; schooner Mineral State, scuttled.
L.IH Kapids, Mich.; schooner Surprise
ashore, Two Itivrr l'oint. Wis.; steamer K.
a. lice, ashore, '.reeu liay, is.
Scow St. Cuthcriue, ashore. Sand Beach
Mich. Schooner Myrtle Lump, ashore.
Meuomiiiee, Mic'u. Steamer Hudson, dis
abled. Lake Michigan. Schooner Emily
Taylor, ashore, Mnuitowoc, Wis, Schooner
Ishpciuihg. dlsubled, Alpena, Mich.
Schooner Seizer, ashore, Monomiuee,
Mich, r-clioouer llliam bhutie, proba
bly ashore near Port Huron, Mich.; seven
tteoplo aboard: no chance to survive.
Schootirr Christiana, anchor broken at
Mauitow-or, Wis.; adrift in the lake
Schooner Taylor, ashore at Two Creeks.
Mich. Schooner American Union, ashore
Hear AlM-ua, Mich., and breaking up,
Fishing schooners, several; on Menominee,
LIFE SAVERS DROWNED.
Futile Attempt to Rescue the Crew of tbo
Poirr HURON, Mich, May 21 A heavy
northerly gale is blowing. The schooner
William Shupe, owned by Captain Little,
of this city, is reported water-logged off
Port Sanilac, The tug Thompson attempt
ed to reach her. After steaming against
the wnves for two hours the captain was
unable to reach the schooner. The crew
are in the rigging
The tug Thompson left here again with
a rescuing pnrty and a yawl and attempt
ed to reach the tchoouer Shupe. They
found the Shupe ou a sand reef, six miles
north of here and about a quarter mile
from shore. The yawl left the tug and
finally reached the wreck.
The painter from the yawl was taken
by the crew aboard the Shupe when the
yawl capsized, throwing the whole party
into the water. There were five of them and
all were drowned except Dan Lynn, who
swam ashore and was taken out of the
water nearly exhausted. The drowned
men are: illiani Lewis, single; Captain
Henry Little, married, a nephew of Capt
ain Aeison tattle of the shupe; Captain
liarney Mills, mnrried, and Angus King,
married. All leave families. The plan
was to go to the wreck and take a line
buck to the tug or to the shore as might
aeem more leasiuie.
Later the Sand Beach life-saving crew
took off all the Sbupe's men, alive but
much exbuusted with their exposure.
Schooner Waranlngton Aground.
Detuoit, May li The schooner Warm-
ington is aground at St. Clair flats and
the tug Saginaw has been sent to her
aid. The Farmiugton is a One acboouer.
registers tonnage 530, and is owned by
rmiip Mincb ol tjlevelanu.
Mrs. Cleveland on a Trip.
Buffalo, May 21. Mrs. G rover Cleve
land was the guest of honor at the final
complimentary excursion on the new
steamer Northwest to the ladies of Buffa
lo. The Northwest will leave for Cleve
land, and will give complimentary excur
sions there on Monday and 1 ueaday. She
will then go to Detroit for excursions.
Y canesday ana Thursday.
WELL DONE MISS VAN AIKEN!
A Tonne; Woman Who Knows What to Do
with a Dastard.
Minneapolis, .May 2L A special to The
Tribune from Itiad City, S. D., brings
particulars of a tragedy. Thomas John
son, a jeweler, bad for some time been en
deavoring the secure a promise of marri
age from Miss Minue Vuu Aiken, a young
woman of excellent teputation, employed
at a hotel there, bnt she refused to listen,
whereupon he drew a revolver and shot
at her" the' bairWtriktllir her in the wrist.
Miss an Aiken pluckuf knocked- ne
weapon out of his hand and seizing it,
ft red three bullets through his head.
Johnson died instantly.
Frost Injure? tho Crowa.' .
CmcAGO, May 21. By the frosts coin
cident with the storm incalculable dam
age was done to growing crops over an ex
tensive range of territory. The effect of
the cold wave was felt from the northern
line of D ikota to the gulf. It also went
well toward the Atlantic, especially in
the southern states. Fruits, vegetables,
wheat corn aud other cereals su tiered se
verely from the remarkable weather. The
Dakota. ' Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska
Kansas, Missouri, Wisconsin, Iilinofs, In
diana, Texas, Kentucky uud leuuessee
sent reports of trouble from snow aud ice.
Proceed iiiRs In the Senate.
Washington, May 21. Tbo senate only
spent two hours ou the tariff bilk A few
amendments were agreed to increasing
the rates on plain, cut uud window glass.
and (iallinger gave another chapter of his
tariff serial. Hills were passed refunding
George F. Huberts and Silas F. Howe
7U0 tuxes puid oa whisky in excess of the
quantity withdrawn from bond; Hoars
anti-lottery bill, excepting lotteries for
charitable purposes, aud granting a pen-
tion to Mrs. Ituviuui I). Allien, of Indian
Editor Mcdill at Chicago.
Chicago, May 21. Joseph Mcdill, the
veteran editor of The Tribune, has re
turned to Chicago after a winter spent
at Pasadena, where he has a winter home.
and ihe proposes to remain here during
the sumuier months. Mrs. Mcdill is wit h
him and both of them have been greatly
benefited by the California climate.
A dory Composed of Women.
Such an announctnieut msy seem fUnn?e, Vut
it is a fact. 1 he jury was an immense on too,
anil the.trial has lasted for moiy years. We re
fer to tho trial of lr. Pierce's Fav.-ritc riescrlp-
lioo. As to it miriis, there ha been a nnani
mons verdict r.ndoird in its f.ivor. Indeed I
wou A he impr-r- hie to get tog. thjr scy number
of ladi s who had given it a trial who would come
to any other c nclnMon. It cures ulceratirns
diplacemcnts, rercoves tbc tonilei crto cancer
ons sffcciioos mil corroc's all unnatural d 8
chargce. To those a'-oat to tx cime mothers it is
a real boon, for it Icsoens the p .ins and perils cf
ch'ldhlrth, promtoss the seer t!oi -f aa abun
dance of nourishment for the thlld and shortens
th - period if conDtiement.
Estate of Anna S. Knowf'n, deceased.
The nntlershmtsd hsvinc nn-n atioointeo admin
istrator of the estate of Anna S. Knowltou, latt of
the eonntv of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, nerenygtves nonce ma; re win appear
Miore tne county court or nix a lsiana coin-
si the nfllrn of the rlerk nf si-id ennrt. il
Jio citv of KrK Island, at tae ioiy term, cn
the first Monday In Julv next, at winch
time ail persons bavin; claims airuxft said es
tate are notified and reuoeswd to atu-uu tor the
pnrpese of having the same adjusted. All per
sons tndebred to said estate are requested to
vase immediate payment to tr.e nndersurneu.
w. u rfc.iie.
Dated thie SS:h day o: April. A. 1. Its.
Estate of I icba d Pender. Deceased.
The undersameu lisviuc beea atnointed ad-
ministratnx of tbc estate of Itichard
Pender, late of the county of hock Island, eta
of Hlinoi", deceased, hereby ptve notice that he
will appear before the county court of I Cock Island
eonntv. at the office of the r.lerk or said conn, is
tbe city of Itook island, at the July term on
the first Monday in July next, at wbieh time
all persons haviue claims ana ust said estate are
ooiiuen boo reque.ieu to auenu, jur lue puipiw
or navtng tnc same acijiwou. ah pe-sons in
aeniea losaid cstttc are reqnestea to make is
mediate payment to the nndersiimed.
uatca ibie ran nsv 01 April, A., it. ir-.4
MAKY rENUElt, Administratrix
Vstate of Kudolph Schweoke, deceased.
The nndcrsUjned having been appointed execn.
tors of the last will and testament of Rndolnl
Schweckc. late of the county of Bork Island.
s ate ot Illinois, deceased, hereby irive notice
mat tn v will arDur nernre tnu eonntv court ol
Rork laiand connty, at the oirtce nf tbo clerk of
said court. In tbe citv of Bock Island, at the
jnne term, on tbo erst slouduy in June next
at which Ume al! persons huine clsiiuc asainst
said estate are notified and requested to attend
ijt the purpose or Having the same adjusted.
All oereoDS Indebted to said estate are re-
quested to make immediate payment to the cn
Dated this S3d day nt March, A. TV 1894.
I'.OBKKT A. WAG NEK,
W. i. SOaKOKllER.
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I THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
fDICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC
Railway Depnt comer K.fth avenue and
i niny-nrs. reel, rrsna n. riammer. agesb
Denver uniited AOm-ha.,
Ft. Worth. Denver & K. C. .
t :4S am
s s-is am
K. Cn St. Joe A Minneapolis
umana m lie Moines. ......
X rmaha A Kansas City
Omaha Dea atones Ex...
(Omaha A Ilea Mrdnes Kx..
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha...
ft. fanl A MiSdcan.tl s.
Sr. T'anl A MinnensnVs....
kit :40 am
I s wam
7: VI am
s ii:.v am
:t 6:1 am I
St. Jo-eph, At'cbison i K. C
t :45 am
it B :D pm
oever, rx. wortuc t i:..
tKansae City A St. Joseph,
tliock Island A Waehirarton.
tv'hlcago A TVs Moines
A 4A an, itlt ?4Tl fHII
i : amT : pin
i ?i5pmit T:w)am
Arrival. tDepartnre. JDfiily, except 8ucaay.
All others daily. Telephone 10M.
F. il.PLtmsa, Art.
BURLINGTON ROUTK-C., B. A Q. MAIL
way Depot First avenue and nixtecnui
street, 4.xonn, ageni.
TRMNS. t-ravs. samrvs.
St. Louis Kxpnss 6:45 am 7:8 pn
St. Lonls Express 7:SS pm S:SS s
St. Paul Pasm;ner ni 7:5 am
fleanlftuwn Passenger 3:15 pm 10:SSam
Sterling Passcneer 7:55 am B :4S pm
Duhnqiie Paser-per- 7:!15an S :45pm
S'erling Pam-ne-er Srla pn.
fHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL
Pailwav Racine Southwestern Division
Depot Twentieth street, belwicn First aud
Second avenu. a, . D. W. Holmes, Airent.
T'AtNS. Irn-s. asatva.
Mail and Kx.rcss V:00 am t:pm
St-Psnl hxprtss 4:00 pm ll:45m
Dock Island a Peoria Railwat-
k Denot Firet Avenue and nwectieth atrecL I
t. &. maxwell, Agenu
I save Aawva
Past Mall r-xorisi
2:2 i pm
4 :i0 mn
7 -Ml nm
UURLINGTON, CF.DAn KAPIDS A
Northern railway, dt foot cf Brady
street. Davenport. 4as. Norton, ucn. Ti t A
i4 :4i uruiblO Sa am I
ut :au u UMiia
iesT Lihertv 'rnti-
1)7 rill u
I 1-2:40 pm
m Tie it w hnailaT nrrpnt fnnria?. dnmr wrillh
Inine. aUnth .A u. .v 111 rllnB ta..taa.-sa..n I
Cedar Kapids and West L:b?.1y.
To St. Louis
Leave Rock Island .
Arrive St. Louis. . .
, ..8:05 A. M.
...7:10 F. II.
This Route affords a pleasant day
journey through, the best por
tion of the state of Illinois, in
cluding tbc cities of Peoria
A full view of the State Capitol is
bad from the train at the lat
ter place. Lunch is served on
the train you can order what
your appetite demands and at
a reasonable price.
Another thing to be considered is,
that you are not compelled to
rise at an unseasonable hour
to take train. You are landed
in Union depot, St. Louis, in
due time to catch out-going
trains on connecting lines in
case your destination is be
6. T. A,
la Posrfni-P, we win
A Kamptr Emvelean, t eUarr
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Ton have seen it. advertised for many
years, but have you ever tried Itt If
not. vou rlo net know what an !!
Vmmptextotn Ponder la.
besides belrsr an aeknowedaer baaatiaor,
has many rulrcahlnK uses. It ptevenis chaf-lna,suri-bura,wina4An.lesacapersplratMin.
etc.; In faotitisaoislllesits4adeMrablo
nrotectlon to the face during hotweaikor.
At la IsM gFos i m kea'O.
For sample. aOdreaa
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The new material for fine
shoes. It is warranted,
and the nicest stock made
in colors, for wear, and to
keep clean. Come to us.
We are the only ones that
Cor Second and Harrison
Rock Island Buggy Co,,
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before buying.
SCHUEIL, FABID01T & SON,
Painters and Decorators
FAFSS 2AX&5X.S. C4LS3HXXXSS. wis.
S2X0F. 419 S6vut963& St . LOZZ 1'-l-
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly Hose House.
Residence. 410 Seventh street.
Wednesday and Thursday. 5
Ladies' White Leghorn Hats, all new shades of i
Ribbon and latest novelties in l'low- lr
ers, formerly sold at $3.75 and $3.0.
at $1.48. . These are the greatest E
bargains ever sold in the history of
the millinery trade of the three
CAPES, former price $3.75, this sale $1 50.
" 300 "135 I
JACKETS below eastern cost price. 1
BEE HIVE, I
(Wholesale and Retail)
114 W. Second St, DiYenpoit
una less styles and v-
ues in uiack ar.,1 C(li "
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Wear our cclclimt. a t
King bhocs. $2 a r,-:r
Ware Rooms on
bilUtith street b.:sca
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