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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1894.
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J. W. POTTBB,
TBKAVs iMily. aa saata swr nii Wsnsly,
ftt.CS as win; la ad-rant a tVBO.
All asaasasatcatlees of a critical w aaxaateata.
Ma MMMtM, pottttaal a fvtigtoaa, ans aas
rani urn attach for pabltentlon. Ho sack
arteioe win a artaM am atetttleaa
i sollerte4 tnm
Saps, of 8c boots
tnnin J. Cuwm
o iim rm.
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Pa Jcua U. Parra.
wit or mi
TTU C. ClSKDSirm,
ALTIH la. I-LBAuara.
FnrMoBbvr of Couktws Jowas W. Ouon
Vat Meat, of Gee. A-Mmbtjr.....J. IL Krixiaia
Tor Coartr Jade
Tor Coantjr Clrrk... Cassias G. Waidwash
For Sheriff.... CaAaxts w. Titers
for TnuMm. Cravs D. Oofdox
Tor Supt. of Schools Cbarlu B. Mabshals.
Tui kdat, October IS. 1894.
The Quincy Herald alludes to
Marsh, who is rnnniDg for congress
down there again as B. "Frost"
Marsh. Good title. It will be still
more of a frost Marsh after the early
part of next month.
LoflSVILtE Cot KIEK-Joi KN AL:
There appears to be no hope of
establishing a modus of Vivendi be
tween the editorial and newscolamns
rf oar republican contemporaries.
The editorial continue eloquent of
catamitj. The news 'columns give
evidence of returning prosperity.
Tub death of cx-Oov. Curtin re
calls the fact that the present Sir
John Tulvston, governor of Cannar
Ton Cbstlo, Wales, and long an M. P..
was oaco private secretary to the
governor. Mr. Puleston subsequent
ly became English member of Jay
Cooke & Co., and removed to Lon
don. Governor Fattison, of Pennsyl
vania, is the latest of the democratic
govertor to declare thut the election
ot David B. Hill is of the greatest
Importance to the democracy of the
country. And Governor Fatlison has
never been what is known as a Hill
man." He has. however, always
been an uncompromising democrat,
which Is quite the same thing.
Attokey-(iExeral Moloney has
been somewhat sharply criticised for
an opinion said to have emanated
from his office to the effect that
women must be required to provide
their own ballots. Mr. Moloney, in
a published interview, declares that
the statement is erroneous. Offi
cially," ho says. "I maintained under
the law women are not entitled to
vote. My personal opinion is that
tney sboum vote."
f pRiM.ritLi Heoister: The min
ers have not forgotten that Gov. Cul
lorn vetoed the bill prohibiting mine
owner irom running truck stores.
and that be did it at the request of
ine owners, in spite ot tbe opjiosition
of the friends of labor. Gov. Cnllom
is now Senator Cullom. and a candi
date for reelection. The way to de
feat Cnllom is to vote for the demo
cratic candidates for state senator
At a republican meeting in Moline
the otner night. U. t. llemenway,
cashier in the Molina National bank.
brother of F. C. Ilemonway. tbe re
publican nominee for sheriff, boasted
about the county going 2.000 repub
lican at tbe coming election, which
figures It is needless to say he is con
soling himself as the vote his
brother will have. What a surprise
will be in store for the republican
nominee and hit prophesying brother
od election a ay.
Sexator Allison is booked for a
republican speech in Moline tonicht
He will undoubtedly tell the same
old chestnuts of Mckinley, Cullom
and the ex-president about bow the
people brought on all the dull times
by not keeping tbe republican party
in power, and will be followed, of
course, by Post Script Post. The lat
ter ha managed to arrange to speak
in both the cities at this end of the
district in conjunction with some
more distinguished speakers so that
he may take it as an excuse for not
peaking at length himself.
Theie facts are familiar to every
body and cannot be denied:
Under McKinleyism tbe glass fac
tories shut down. Under the new
tariff they are starting up.
Under the high tax woolen factor
ies were closed. With free wool they
are crowded with orders.
Under McKinleyism and bounties
sugar was higher than it is now with
most of the protection and all the
Under tbe McKinley law there was
a panic and industrial depression al
most unparalleled in the history of
the country. Under a democratic
tariff there is a revival of conUdonoe
and renewed businessjKtivity.
Under the McKinley law it was
necessary to sell bonds to provide
gold. Under the new gold is coming
Under the McKinley law the whis
ky, sngar and all other trusts flour
ished. Under the new they have
Under McKinleyism the country
was filled with Coxey armies. Under
the new tramps are diminishing in
numbers, and laborers are finding
RAAB ON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Da BoUovoa They Are Safe fern taa Haarde
at tba Faopte.
The democrats are fortunate in bav
in? as candidate for superintendent of
public instruction one who is able to
make an apgretJiive campaign, and dis
cuss from the stump the great issues of
the day. Superintendent Eaab in his
campaign throughout the state has not
pursued the evasive plan of Mr. Ing-lis,
the republican candidate, in relation
to the school law, but has frankly and
boldlv defined his position on all the
the questions which properly come
within the administration of his office.
In his recent speech at Du Quion he
spoke as follows:
'ion do not call on a cobbler to
paint a picture, nor on a carpenter to
amputate a limb; hence you would not
expect a school man to enlighten you
on the tariff or on the money system of
the United States. On the latter, per
haps, you might call on a schoolmaster,
for the teachers, as a rule, are capital
ists and, therefore, would be best able
to speak on the question of free coin
age' and 'cheap money. Laughter.
A lew Cays ago, at Decatur, an or
ganization was perfected for the for
mation of 'lonnr Men's Democratic
Clubs.' When I first read this I said to
myself, if only young men are to bo
permitted to join such clubs a good
many of us will be excluded from them.
But when I saw the democrats assem
bled at Decatur, men just arrived at
the age of twenty-one, and men who
had voted the democratic ticket for the
last forty years, I said to myself: There
ere no old men in the democratic party:
democrats may bo old in years, but
they are all young in spirit and energy:
young by virtue of those old and ever
new principles of true democracy,
which are as old as the hills and as
bright and new as a new silver dollar.
"All democrats are permitted to think
f .?r themselves and to 'grow happy ac
cording to their own fashion,' yea,
democrats may not only think for
themselves, they also speak their minds
freely on all subjects of public interest.
And here is one of the vital differences
between the republican and the demo
cratic parties. When in the republican
party, the bosses have spoken, all is
hushed, neither press nor speakers
dure to gainsay the dictates of the
managers. And, when in legislative
bodies, the question is put to a vote,
every republican votes for the party
measure. This was best exemplified in
the fight over the reform of the tariff
in the senate. Every democrat,
from the president down to the
humblest voter, spoke his mind
freely, little thinking that this
was 'water on the mill' of the enemy.
The republicans thought now the dem
ocrats are a-fig-hting among themselves
and we may gain an easy victory over
them. Hut, lo and behold, the senate
bill for the reduction of the tariff con
tains so much actually nine-tenths of
the reductions contained in the Wilson
bill that the people thould be satisfied
with what has been gained and, I be
lieve, the people acknou ledge that the
democrats have redeemed their pledge
given before the election. Yes, when
democrats have wrangled over a meas
ure and spoken their minds freely, they
close their ranks and firmly united they
march on to victory. Applause.
"But I suppose you want to hear from
me a word on the conduct of the pub
lic schools. Since protection has
worked so well for the favored indus
tries, people have arisen who want pro
tection for the schools. They are afraid
that the schools are not safe in the hands
of the people; they want them protected
their way. Some of these protection
ists of the public schools have a scheme
by means of which they want to make
money out of the people; others want
to put in some branches which will
make the school and teachers
subservient to their ends and
party schemes; a third class wish
to introduce some new fad or sensa
tion. As if the school had not enough
to do if it educates the children to lead
honest, patriotic and useful lives!
When the school does that and teaches
the young true principles of economy,
thrift and a sense of duty, it surely
does its duty toward the common
"I know that nothing is dearer to the
people of the state than their free-
common public schools; these schools
are safe under the protection of all the
people and, I beseech you, my friends.
that you see to it that all sensational
ism, all sinister schemes of would-be
reformers be kept out of them then
these schools will assist In raising a
generation of men and women who
will be the pride of any common
wealth. Great applause.
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The well-known position of Hon.
Joseph Medill on the tariff question is
of special interest just now, as the
Chicago Tribune, of which he is the
proprietor, while conceding every day
that times are rapidly improving, is
loth to admit that this improvement is
due to the democratic tariff legisla
tion. It was in 18S7 that Mr. Medill first
revolted against the protection robbery
of the republican party and in a letter
to Hon. D. W. MinshaU, chairman of
the republican state committee of In
diana, declared that the country had
run mad on protection, and that the
millions of farmers were being robbed
by a few hundred "protected" monopo
lists. A few extracts from that letter,
which Mr. Medill has authorized to be
published, will be read with special
interest by Illinois farmers and prohi
bitionists. Alluding to the prohibition platform,
Mr. Medill in that letter says:
"The prohibition party have studiously
avoided and Ignored the tarifl question, and
their leaders avow themselves utterly indif
ferent to is. They refuse to take sides, saying
they care nothing about it one way or the other.
I suspect they would like to soe the tax re
moved from whisky even if that necessitated
an Increase on the necessaries of life, as they
believe cheap whisky would promote the de
mand for coercive prohibition by increasing
drunkenness and the evils of intemperance."
Eeferring further on in his letter to
the fallacious dogmas of protection, he
Where, then. Is the remedy for the heavy
burden of a fifty per cent tax on the neces
saries of life, both Imported and domestic?
There Is only one element or class able to re
move it and that Samson is sleeping in the
tap oi ueiuanana win notawaken. I. ot course,
mean the farmers the plundered, unprotected
iwenty-uve millions or geese-like fannera,
who permit themselves to be plucked of almost
every feather by a hundred thousand pro-
teciea monopolists. So long as the simple
minded, bucolic class do not kick off
the burdens laid upon them, congress will
not disturb the war tariff and manufacturer's
corresponUlnH bounties. While the plowmen
act like Issacber's an and crouch between the
two burdens, both will be kept on their backs.
The fabricanta live focalized in tbe cities and
plot and scheme for the promotion of their
selhsh interests and bring their united lobby
Influence to bear ou members ot congress;
whereas the farmers live isolated and mat
tered and can't or don't combine in defense of
their interests, hence they are unprotected,
unrepresented and unconscious of what keeps
them poor. They are captivated by the specious
cry of protection to American industry'
too' they get none of It; and of the value of
the 'protected home market' to them: as
though the protected monopolist ate any more
than other n:en. Not until the verdant, im
posed upon agriculturists wcke up to a realiza
tion of tbe confidence game being plaved upoa
them, will the rmr tariff be reduced or re
formed. But when will they get their
eyes open and act? In your life tune?
It Is useless to look to either of the
old parties or to the new one (prohibition)
for relief, because without pressure from
the farmers they will not budge an inch. But
'Snmson' (the farmers) is under the spell ot
Ixlllah (the manufacturers) and his locks are
shorn and he feels no strength to resist. The
conclusion of tbe whole matter is that until
the protected manufacturers themselves ask
congress to reduce the protection bounties, la
order to enable thorn to cheapen the processus
of fabrication with a view of finding foreign
markets for their surplus wares there will ue
no reduction of the high tariff And no relief
from the heavy burden it Imposes on the fool
farmers and oppressed consumers. But when
will that be? Yours truly, 1. Medill
"Personal: After writing the foregoing let
ter 1 concluded that yon might make any use
of It you please. J. Mediij-"
It will be seen that Mr. Medill is em
phatic in declaring that the farmers
are being robbed, and that until they
awaken no relief is possible. Since
that letter was written the farmers
have awakened; the democratic party
has boldly espoused tariff reform and
made it the paramount issue; so that
all republican farmers of Illinois, fol
lowing Mr. Medill's advice, will vote
to throw off the yoke of high protec
tion and monopoly, and place in power
the candidates of the only party that
is pledged to relieve them from the
servitude of the protected trusts.
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Estate of Grace O. L. Melca. deceased.
The nnderiimtMl hivine been aonmnted evra
tor of the s9t will and tf taniont f 4riuM, n. l.
Meigs, late nf ih coi:n'y of Kork Ii-land. etnte
of Illinois, deceased, hereby elves notice that be
will a;ipear before I he comity court of Koek Island
county, at the office f the clerk of said coart, in
the ei'y of Reck Island, at tbe December term, oa
the Srst Wonrtnv in December, neat, at which time
all perxons having claim airainst "Bid estate are
noiiied and requested to attend, for the purpose
of bavin the fame adinstert.
ai if.isons indented to Said estate are rennet-
leatomaie immediate navmcnt to tbe antk-r.
Dated th:s HP' div of October. A . !., 1S94
CORNaLlLS F. LYNDB, Eiecto-.
Bv virtue of an ex-eention and fM till!
No. (KIM issued out of the clerk's office of the fir.
cult court of ft nek Island county, and sttt of Illi
nois, ard to me -recii d. wnerebv I am com-
uii'ai'n io mnxf ine amount Oi a certain inns-
meut recently obtained aeainst Ki.hon R t...
lor. in favor of Kt-bccca Tay.or, out of the lands,
tenements, roods and chattels of the said
neu octant, Rohert B Taylor, I havelevfcd upon
tbe foiiowine prorertv. to-wlt: The sontht
quarter of the southeast cuartvr Ca ), of ec-
fcwn uiueiif), town nip .-no. sixteen ut. north,
ranco four t4) est ot tbe fonr.h 4toi principal
mt rdian. in the conrtr nf Rock ltland and Mtmt
of Illinois, this Jna day of Ociohvr, A. D.. lt!M.
Therefore, accordine to raid command, t shall
exTKxe for sale at unhlic auction all ihc richt.
i-nir iuivrcti iu ins anove namea niiifrt
i ayior, in a' n to mc aimve deonhed aronertv.
on Saturday, ti'e Sih day of October, 1H94. at
o clock p. m.. at the north door of the
court enure in me cilv of Rock Isl
and, in the conn'y of Rock Island and state of
luinois, lorcaxu in nana, tosatisfv said execution
am ice mu. t;. u. ULwmiJi,
Sheriff of Rock Island Count v. TTllnnM
Dated at hock Island this Sad day of Oclo-
"Cl, A. U. IDDf.
Administrator's Sale of Accounts.
To whom It may concern: Pnbllc notice is
hen bv Riven tha- on tie kid day or October, A.
It.. 1S9J. at the hour of 3 o'clock in the aftnnon
of that day. at the nonb door of the court house,
in the C'ty of Rock Iciand, in tbe county or Rock
Island, state or Illinois, the ondersigned admlnis-
iraiur, uc minis uon, oi ine estate or t harles m
riper, deceased, will sell at public sale, to the
hkhe-t bidder fcrcifch in hand, divers accounts
in divers amounts a"d against divers persons,
whi -h aid account belong to said estate, which
sale i made by v.rtue of an order of the eonnty
court of said eonnty, entered In said estate on
the 14th dy or July, A. !., 1H. For a sneelfle
stutenieiit of the accounts to be sold, ard the per-
imip MKBiupi wo-tui paw snconi are cnared.and
the amonnt or the several accounts to he sold, ail
person interested are referred to the ltst of said
accounts now on nie in said county court with the
papers in said estate.
Hated at it ca Island, Il inois, this 4th day of
0VlWIUlKI, A 1 .'"1.
A dministrator de bouts non of Said Estate.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate,
6TATB OF ILLINOIS, f
ROCK IKLAKD ITotTKTT. f "
In the Connty Court of said County, or the Octo
ber term. A. D., lf!M.
Fetor Scnlemmer, administrator with the will an
nexed of the et:ile or James Bardin, deceased,
petitioner, vs. Mary Ann Hillier, Jane Schlem
mer. Harriet Griffin, Henry Hardin. John
Pnmnel Hardin, Albert Taber, Robert Kanson.
Frank I.. Thomas. Charles Gutzweiller and
B'anche Maud Graves, defendanta.
Pn ition by said administrator to sell real es
tate or said deceased to pay debts or aald estate.
Notice is hereby oven that by virtue, and in
pursuance oi an oraer ana aecree of said court
made and entr-d in satd canse an th ihth
18) . day of October. A. D., IBM, at the said
term nf said court. I will sell at public vendue to
tne ninest niucar reir cisn m nsnd at tbe north
door of the court house in the city of Hock Island.
in the said couutv, at the hour of t o'clock p. m ,
on the tenth (10) day of November, A. D , IBM,
the foliowine described premises, to-wtt: Lot
eight (8). in block thirty-four (81), m tbe Chicago
or Lower aamtion to tue city or Rock Island, in
luc county oi aoci irinnu ana state oi Illinois
Dated this eighth (8) day of October. A. D.
IWI4. ;PETEH 8CHLEMMER.
Administrator. w''h the will amu xed, of tba es
tate or .fames tiaratn. aecessed.
W. H. Gest, Solicitor for Petitioner.
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Attorneys at Law.
OfBce second ioor, erst lOtoaaU ft LyndeH
Jackson 4c Hunt,
Attorneys at Law.
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Sweeney & Walker,
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unea fa Beagatoaw Block.
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The newest and decidedly the proper thing for
ladies' stylish street wear this season. We believe
that these new patterns contain more ideas of mod
ern shoe making than any other competing line in
the west. We kindly ask you to call and examine
the pretty as well as sensible shoes.
Cor. Second and Hcrrisoa Sta.
See our Fall
And Winter Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are In, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You are
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZQIHER;
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
J. IL SCHAAB,
In Calf, Kangaroo Calf,
and Oxide Calf . .
All Sizes now.
Cyclone Roller Mills and
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
Cloak and Fur Sale
Now In Progress at the
114 W. 21
Great Bargains Offered.
This department needs ni
special introduction. We
have the reputation of dis
playing more original ami
exclusive designs than are
shown anjwhere. We again
extend a cordial invitation
to all to inspect the new cre
ations that will be shown
BEE hi VP!
114 West Second street.