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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1894.
FaMtoM Deity aa4
WwH at 1W
J. W. Pomt,
TIRjn-Daitr. tea seats an nee. WtcUy,
te.S set sas ; f aatraaca f I m.
AU teaaaakaiioas r a ertUral or Hpanu
y taarastsr, aouttael ar rsllgtoas, "ast kan
Mai aaaw attactraa fa paklkmttoa. Mo eaca
articles WU1 to prtatrd tm.t leutlaa slgaatares.
frrniissiiais solicit ft-ai entry ttrwathlu
la Soak hand coanty.
leaeratte Coeatjr Convtwtkm.
The aVair-rstlc Veteran Rnrk I .land cnut.ty.
are ranMi In e-ed i'lm n In tb- manly
tnav-ntlaa. In to krl.l at lit. mart Immi-, to lb.
rw ttnra lidand, la Mid canal, na Tarsday.
Mar ta. IMS, at 1 ecloek a. a. lor the purpwr
at anailnatlat ranrlidatea for rointr J idea,
faaaty clerk, saeriB Itr surer, rnunir ruraria
t-adat af seaml, aim la select dririrate to the
State- anaTanlMta. 1 to select delrRatsa. to tb
teegT-aslewal enavatlia, alio to select doVeates
lo the k-fltUtlT- enevaatloa and to appoint a
Sawni title eoea'T committee, and to trinsact
sack ataf katlaass a. any property com. tetorc
tk tm alloc.
Tl. nprerantatloa will a. ova delegate f r
arrry ft aamccratla rote, ar d one for rrcry
traetlraal of 10 mm oa tka pnaidcntlU vcu of
Cord or a
Port K ma
FlrM prrclnrt .....
Second prerinct ..
Ultra want ,
ik-vrn h ward
anatn wo'ine. ......
Thlil aaril ......
Sooth nek Island ..
Total 4IKM 113
ka pT.Biaria.lo lira country dUtrlct. will tie
baTIi at t o'clock p. m. fiatarday. May 10. Tbc
prtaMrte la the eitira of Mn!lne and Buck laland.
ea the tame day at 7 o'clock p. m.
Oatad at Bock laland. M) H
T. . SiLTia, Cbairmaa.
Tillum V cR IRT. Secretary.
Tcesdat, Mat 21'. 1894.
Well, did you attemt the shotv?
Tnir came, tbej aw, but who con
quered? At all r vent, it i fortunate for
Hreckinrlilpe tbat woman ouITrac
dires not prcTail in the Ashlantl. Ky.,
The tif o( the Citizen Improve
mcnt anaociation r'iin br iMiiitical
inamblica ia rninnna to tbc aiocia-
tion, and should lie atopped.
Kr.LLV, the Industrial army loader,
ban arriretl at Ouincv in advance of
bin army flotilla, and hart made a
ptxxl impression. lie formerly re
nd ei I to yuint-r.
A Timi f;ii rn L pcntlcman has come
forward with an oftcr to help hunt?
too first garrotcr who shall commit
the indiscretion of beinjr caught If
some ifarroter will now consent to be
caught a terrible example scons to
be comfortably near.
Lkakxed societies atl over Europe
are still Inrostigatinjr tho canto of
tho (rrip. but make little progress.
However, perseverance accomplishes
marvels; and while tho learned men
re seeking for causes the people art)
hustling" for remedies.
Ax Oakland man remarked to tho
wife of his bosom that sho ought to
be hit with an ax and then dragged
her Into court on a charge of insani
ty. Possibly tho lattor courso was
taken because tho woman did not
hasten to bring him the ax.
A ruEA:iir.K from the West has
landed in Boston and is telling the
Yankees there that tuoy are going
to helL The information is classed
among the things which tho average
Bostoniitn believes to bo unimportant
if true. He lives in Boston now.
The republican convention of Rock
Island county assembled at Harper's
theatre this ruorninjr and entered
upon one of the most protracted ami
animated assemblages the partv has
ever held in the county. The 'num
ber of applicants for tho various
offices for which candidates were to
be chosen engendered a bitterness of
feeling and a spirit of rivalry before
the calling of the convention that
foretold in a manner not to be dis
guised, what might lie expected. If
there was no disappointment in store
for those who were present audi
tors anticipating an entertaining ex
hibition in the political arena, there
was indeed disappointment for manr
of. those who in the most con
fident anticipations bad awaited the
convention's favor. All conld not be
served. It was not the convention's
fault. It was not provided with a
sufficiency of the rations for all, and
It waa nnable to control the appe
tites or taoee whose greeri demanded
all. and eame pretty near satisfying
tbtaiselves. But how of the others?
ONE MORE REVISION
Voorhees Committee Changes
the Cotton Schedule.
DECREASE IN THE J03E? DUTIES.
Mills aail Chandler Swap Betorta on the
Mack Drbatea fluent Ion. ad Vaat x
plala. the Aberwre of Free Uaw Materi
al llrire Itrfliira a lievenne Inty
The Krnate luqulttion llrgla. and llatta
la Heard aa Well mm lluutun and Kylat
Vasiiingtun, May ti Auotlicr revision
of the cotton ached ale lies been made by
the senate finance committee, amending
t lie Jones amendments which hnve been
going through whenever a vote could be
IimiL Ttie average reduction from the
Jonea ntiiftiilnieiiU in this new schedule is
about l. per cent, ujton such articles its
any change ia ninde n. C'tmnes are niwle
on only alxmt half the articles in the
schedule. There are nodecrcasrs made on
tire rates in the original house bilL Th'e
decrrases on the Jones amendments are as
much a one-fifth on a few articles. On
cotton cloths ruuning from 100 to 150
threads to tho rquare iiich, an average re
duction of oue-hnlf rent a square yard is
made from the duty licretoforj given.
AlUrieli Stir. I p Mill, of Texas.
At the Semite session AlilricU referred to
the political tour Milis had made in New
Kuglund three years ago, and advocated
free raw niateriuls; and AUrich wnutej to
kuow what hud become of the Texas sen
ators promises. Why wss he not here to
champion their cause? While Aldrich
was sjienking Mills entered. lie had long
auo given up n!l hope of converting his
Ii i:l!icuu roll.'iig;its I 'ant exerieuce
hiitl tau-lit him that niter all arguments
had been brought to bear they would still
believe tho lie and be dumucd. lie saw
na hope for them.
"I) i you see any hope for the conversion
of ji.ur Democratic associate-' asked
"O'i. I am innkln? fnir hearlwiijr on th:s
side of the cliainier," replied Mills, "but
there i ton n-.tich behind the. other side to
Mllln Itcply tn Ctiandlnr'a Qamtion
Chandler railed Mills' nttentio'.t tn a
ntatrmeut that he hntl innile in n sjieech ut
New Haven that if the United States had
free raw materials ner ninnufa?tureis
would control the markets of t he worid.nnd
aked why the cotton manufacturers, wail
free cotton, were not uble to compete iu
the ojieu market With foreigu competitors.
Mills replied that while cotton was free
the machinery employed in the manufac
ture of cotton goods was dutiable at 4T
per cent., the dyes were all heavily taxed,
the coal tiint generated the steam was
taxed; nil the collateral elements were
taxed. That was why our cotton goods
coulu not compete in the markets of the
I'rff. r tiet. Some Information.
PefTer asked why raw materials had not
been put on the free list. Vest replied tliut
there wus no attempt at evasion as fur as
he was coucerned. A large majority on
his side favored placing raw materials on
the free list.
"A majority, did you suyf" asken Allen.
"I meant what I said," replied Vest. "A
large nnij i.ity on this side lielieve iu free
raw materials. I Jut the urgency of some
tariff legislation renders it absolutely
necessary Jor the majority to make con
cessions to the small minority. The alter
native was pr "tented of passing this bill
with these ceucessiuiis or not passing it
llrlvr nil the I run fire Iittty.
Cric? comes into the discuwiou also and
denied that there was any discussion on
the IVniu rntic side. The proposed duty
of 4) cent on iron ore was not a pro
tective duty. As he understood it, he said,
it was purely a revenue duty.
Hill was in his seat for the, first tim-5 tn
two weeks and being akked about the re-
pojt that he was going to get up a tariff
bill, said: "Haven't they enough tariff
lulls non t ' The criticisms seem to be gen
eral that there are too ninny.
Civil Service Test Caee.
Washington, May Zl. I'ostmasLcr Gen
eral Uixsell h.'ta ditcided to give a hearing
in tli- test case instituted by cx-Lettur
Carrier Slater, of the Fort Wayne (Iud.)
jiost. ofitcc, who was removed and now
seeks ruiiist.iteiiient. Slater was first tem
porarily removed ou t'.ie recommendation
of Postmaster Kocknill, who alleged that
Slater hud censured hitn in a Kvpublicuu
pu;ier. IIj disproved this, but tho in-
sertor found him guilty of neglect of
duty and enough other oueuses to require
liis ieriuuuent removal.
INVESTIGATING ALLEGED BRIBERY.
Tcslliuany Taken In Secret Some of the
Kvidcnca That "iot Away."
Washington, May 2i. The committee
to investigate the charges of bribery in
the senate was on hand promptly in the
room of the committee on privileges and
elections. Senators Jlunton and Kyle
were present; so was Huntnn's son, and
McFarlnne, Kyle's secretary. C. W. Buttz
was present with an attorney. To tbc dis
gust of the newspaper men and the pub
lic the inquiry wus carried on behind closed
doors, and a full report of procceedings is
not available. The committeemen said
tbat as soon as the bribery branch had
complete!) tiie proceedings would be inado
public iu full, but not before.
The testimony of Huuton, Kyle, Hun
ton's son nud Kyle's secretary, it is
known, did not materially differ from the
published facts. Butts had offered Kyle
114,000 for his vote ou the tariff . and
tLough young Huuton hud ofTcred the sen
ator a large sum also. The committee
was not doue with Kyle, and he will be
called again. Kyle said that Butts in
muted to him that if $14,100 wus not
enough for bis vote he could get almost
anyaumhe would nume, as high as $73,
t0. The stir witness was undoubtedly
Major Butt. He insisted thnt his attor
ney should be present, and declared he
would not testify unless he had a copy of
the testimony of his accusers even if he
had to go to jail for eternity. The com
nitUee admitted the attorney and compro
mised on the testimony by letting the
stenographer read to Butta such of the
lestimony aa referred to the major. He
waa with the committee an hour and will
be in attendance again today.
Fragmentary reference to the proceed
ings leave little room for doubt that wheu
the report of the Butt testimony is pub
lished it will moke very racy reading.
He was confronted with the statement
tbat Kyle and Hnnton hod rdentitied him
as the man wbo had attempted to corrupt
them, and having in bis letter to Senator
Hauabrougb laid ' the responsibility - for
Lehigh are threatened. Five hnndr.d feet
of the wal of the basin of the Lehigh
Coal and Navigation conipnny s canal at
the month of the Iehish, where lioats
pas into tho Delaware division canal, has
given away and fallen into the Delaware
river aud the grent body of water thns let
loose caused the Lehigh to fall fully two
feet. The siream shortly afterward began
to rise H;;uia and more trouble is apprs
bcuded. SITUATION IN ILLINOIS MINES.
Strikers Trying to Cltnin Tliir.cn rp at
Iranvilln -Citizen. !i.tni; Views.
Danville. May 23 Drnville coal op
erators arc anticipating serious trouble
from the striking miners. A crowd num
bering nearly 233 congregated at Ells
worth p.;rk, in this city, and nir.rched to
the fmnll local mines of John Moyd,
William Alhiredfte nnd the Silver Pearl.
By persuasion mid thrents they sneceedev
in stopping nil work nt these three mines.
Then they iunrchi-d to Hungry Hollow, a
mining ;-ttIcment three mile northwest.
L'tst Friday evening some-one broke
open the tool bos ntex-Ma yr John B.-nrd's
strip mine, t hree milus southeast, of Dan
ville, nnd threw several hundred dollars'
worth of tools into the river, tin Satur
day a committee of the striking Consoli
dated Coal company's miners railed cc
M-iyor li.-ard for pecuniary r-ssistancc.
"Yon find out the man who destroyed my
property," said Bird, "aud 1 will giva
you a hundred dollars. You might as well
do it, for I i.iteud, myself, to ascertain
who it wus nnd then, it" necessary, fpand a
thousand dollars to scud him to the peai
tentiary." Mr. Beard is working a full force oi
men. He has deicrmiiiL'd that the strik
ing Consolidated Coal company miners
shall not closu tip his mine. -The striker?
have nnnouncid their intention of shut
ting down the mine that supplies the Dan
villa water works with cuul. This would
place the ci:y nt tha mwrcy of any fire
that might break out. The citi.sus who
have heretofore bceir friendly to the strik
ing miners are now changing their views,
and will iu-i.-t that the operators whr
Biipply the local trade be allowed to initio
tVnuld llreuk Vp Hie "Armiet."
St. Pai'L, May Si. By n ununimons
vote the chamber of commerce adopted
resolutions urging upon citizens ceuertlly
to sustain the rut horil .ies in not only sup
pressing all lawlessness iu connection with
the Coxey movement, but also in rcfusimc
to give the "so-cailed couimonwcalurs"
uny mntcrial or moral encouragement.
A J ury Comj.oM.-tl of Women.
Snrh an aano;ir:ei ment may seem f-trnntre, but
it ii-u 'act. 1 h:- jury was an immense ontt. too,
and tiie trial hts lasted for miry years. We re
fer to the trial of Hr. r'.oroi's Fav rile Piescrip
tiun. A to lt ciir;;s. there ha been a uinni
mnns verdict r. nilc:cd in its favor. Indeed i
would he lrrpws.blc to cct togtthsr ary number
of Indie, whu hbd ?:vca it a tril who wouM ctmc
to ary other c)iiC!i:?icn. It cures uiceiutions.
ili.l'.mcemcnts, icn:oves tbe teuOei cy io c.:nccr
ons u Sections ui corrects ail unr.atnrjl d s
charsea. To tlioe aoat to bt com. maihcrs it is
a real boon, for :t legend tbc p due and perils cf
chlldl.iah, promt jcs the secr.tioa if aa abac
danc? orncnrijlimi n! for the child Mid fUortenf
th iier'.odaf coufliiement.
" As old as
tlic hills" juicl
ia the verdict
o f millions.
lator h tho
y lator s tho
ran pin your
iYith far a
on tho Liver
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Bas the Z Starcp in rrd or) wrnpper
We are now at 1610
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Send us a postal card and r our book on
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State and Filieeatli Streets, Chicago.
Estate of Ant. a S. Cnnwlton, deceased.
The mnlrrsiiTcie havir,? been atKrntee admin
lsirauir uf the i stiiie ! Atina 8. knowltcai, late of
the counT of Ho a Is.atitl, ein.m of Illinois, da
censeti. he.ret-r gives notice that he will aMfcar
bcfre the -aiuty cor.rt of l.'oi'k I-!in d coca
ty, at tlie r!!:ee o( the ch'rk of sMrt court, in
tnc citv of K'icx Island, ut the Ji.!y term, on
tho first Koielny in Jn'r rest, at which
time ail ier..ins having claims ttptiti said ea
tate are noticed ard reqnt-titetl uiatteuu for the
iianwm of havir the siiiue Htljnstud. II per
voiis iridehte1 10 rcid et-u-.tc' are reijtiesud to
male izuuediaLe prr.eht o tba nnflt'r..euc-a.
w. o E(!I!',
Dated this 8.h daT o: April. A. 1). ltvt.
Ewtate of T irha-d Pender, Peceawd.
Tre unner-ir:u huvinp bit-u artoniM-d td
ministrairix of the estate of Richard
l'rm!er, la'eof Jliri eon-'tvtif linclt Inland, n& e
of tllinob. dcrenscil, h-r-'o.v rives tiotice thnt he
wit apjienr before tl r connry cortti of Kock Island
coni.rv. at tb'- oftlee of the clerit of -aid cturt, in
thu city of fiuca iioaoil. at the July term on
the artit Yoii.ti.y in July licit, r.r ahich time
all person i;avinrr rlntris lira net ;tid c?tr.te are
notified and req-ie .'.ted to attead, f:.r the purjiefie
of haviriij t!ie --anie atijetud. Ali jie"-oiii in
dehfeu tosu'-d ett tc are it .ected to maie lit
mediate pavment to the ntme-itned.
LliteJ tin 2liJ riav of April. A. J. 18!'4
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THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Qhicago, rock ISLAND PACIKIC
Kailwny TV-pot corner Fifth avenue and
Thiny-Bmi rcx t, Kr.iuk Tl. riuntmcr. Au-ent.
T&AIN8. Bast. Wist,
iHuver l.iu.lieil AOra-ha.. t 2fSam 8:15
Pt. Worth. Denver A K. C.
K. C, St. Joe A Minneapo!i
Omaha A De Moines
X rotaha Jb K.inna City
Omilii t Di MorK-s Ex...
tomaha & Oes Moines Ex..
Denver, l.inmln A Omaha...
Su I'anl & Minneapo!
St. Paul A Minnctpolia....;
KU Jcweph, Atchison Jf K. C
Injnwr, ft. Worth A K. !..
t Kansas f 'ity A 8t. Jnecph.
iltock Island A Wafliioeton.
Chicago A TV Moir.c
6:4.Sam 8 .45 pra
t 7:.vvam 5:10 pm
tl:4'lam! S W sm
:SI ain't Srainm
1J:lam t 5:15 Km
4:50 aoiit JiDaia
6:t5 am t S:55 pm
12:Sam t 5:t5am
S:am t Sl:ii0pra
i:."Sam T 3::-ttpm
rtisrm' T:o am
Arrival, t Departure, t'.'nllv, except Sunday.
Ali others daily. Telephone lOflS.
F. B.Pi.TnivtB, AgU
BcnLiNGTiiN nouTE t;., b. a q. rail
way Depot Kir-t avenne and bixtettth
street, M. i. Youns, acont.
lfa vs. urmrvx.
8t. Lum Kxprtf!
Kt. Louim Eji0!
St. Paul Pa-sortgor
. 6:45 ami V:Spm
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I 7 :55 an-
I :: pn.
QniCAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. TAIL
Paita7 K.tctne A Snthwes1ern Dtvisron
Dcpit Twentieth street, hetween Kirst and
Second avtnai s. K. D. H Holm--s, Agent.
Mail nnd Fxrrss.
bt. Paul Lx.,rt a..
TrOO arr. 9:epm
4:00 pni ll.5m
Dock Island a Peoria Railway
Depot Firt Avenue and Twentieth street
F. A. Kcckwell, Ag'.cL
I favx I AFnrva
e:i'5 a-n -7:rt pm
S:2( pmj Jl-15 pm
Part Slail lx;rtss...
:sti mi 3:(r.l pra
I 4:00 am 7:55 tin
Dlulinctox, Cedak Raf-ids a
Northern lailway, depot foot tf Bradv
street, llnvenport. Jae. Horton, iien. Tt'i A
Davenport T-i ins.
i4 :tu p.ieliiu H. am
li7:SU m birno am
W ejil l-iortv t ra n-
i el :1i an; ht0:'pra
'bic::i pm j n5:i5am
j h2:40 pm ;bll :45am
;-tM5-m ' h--:tif'arQ
a Daily. bDaily except nnda. tGoin; ncr'h
;4oiiiu South tEd enst. Mi. IS tuus between
Cedar JLipid ana West Llb.tv.
To St. Louis
Leave Rock Island.
Arrive St. Louis. . ,
. .S:05 A. M.
..7:10 P. M.
This Route affords a pleasant day
journey through the best por
tion of the state of Illinois, in.
eluding the cities of Peoria
A full view of the State Capitol is
had from the train at the lat
tar 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-sroinrr
trains on connecting lines in
ease your destination is be
yond. R. STOCKKGUSE,
6. T. A,
In Posfarte, wo will send
A Nantplo Knvrlnrxs of either
H'lIITE, or BEINETTE
Yon have se.en it advertised- for many
years, but have you ever tried it If
not , you do not know what an Meal
VnpleKhn a'mter la.
bortdes beintT o fsCfcrxriiiedffed beootiflor,
ba0 dewy retiBbiCatf upee. It prevenucbair
pfutcla to thA luce UarltiK TTf Ihipr.
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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
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Cor. Second and Harrison
See our spring
And summer Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let every!
who bu3-s clothing that is all mankind :
about know that our suitings are in, and
finest ever displayed in the city. Yea
respectfully invited to call and see the h
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZniMER;
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
SCHUEIL, PAXUDOH L SC1T,
Painters and Decorators
PAP2S CiLSSKHES. etc.
SZOP, 413 L5ev3it96tta 5t, LZZZ 1ZLIZ2, 1'JL
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For sa e in Kock Islaoi by Uartz &
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly Hose House.
Residence. 410 Seventh fItpp:.
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Ribbon and latest novelties in Hov
ers, formerly sold at $3.75 and $3-co.
at $148. These are the greatest
bargains ever sold in the history of
the millinery trade of the three
CAPES, former price $3.75, this sale $1 50.
" " 300 " 1 35
JACKETS below eastern cost price.
Endless styles urA v r
ties in black and C(r
Oxfords and shn,.s
Wear our Cflt-Lra;. , j.
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UUmeyer druitt .301 lith t
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liars, an now shades
(Wholesale and Retail)
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