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ROCK ISLAND ARGUS.
VOL. XLTTT. HO. 84
ROCS I8LAUD, ILL., SATURDAY, JAUUA&T 26. 1895.
SEVEN FOR SILVER.
Teller's Claim of States for the
TO SiiXE free coinage the issue,
And Tot Only for the Croat Party That
Bai a Free Silver Platform latemtln-;
Interview with the Colorado Statesman
Senate Paaaea the Nicaragua Canal BUI
br 31 to 21 Votes Principal Feat are of
WAsniXGTOS. Jan. S6. "Is It true"
was asked Senator Teller, of Colorado, the
senate leader of the silver party, "that the
silver states will form an alliance next
year with the party thnt will recognizo
the principle of freo coinage and stand
pledged to the fulfillment of its platform
promises in the national campaign?"
"You can sa7," replied the senator, with
unhesitating decision, "that the people of
the silver states of the west will exact
from their representatives complete and
undivided loyalty to silver. That will bo
ahead of every other consideration and
will control our action, regardless of pre
vious or present alfiliations with any of
the old parties. Wo may stand alone as a
distinct fourth party, or we may form an
alliance with the Kepublican or Demo
cratic party. Wo will bo governed entire
ly in the premises by what we consider
best for the interests we serve," which ho
added were tbo interests of the whole
Itepeml. Entirely on the Sliver Flank.
"If the Republican party should adopt
a gold standard platform at its national
convention next year or fall short of a full
and unequivocal recognition of silver,
that party could not carry a single silver
state. It would bo defeated in Colorado
ly6),0U0 votes. I am sure of that. With
the Republicans committed to gold, or
failing to como out squarely for a bime
tallic standard, and tho Democratic party
taking tho opposite ground, our duty
would be plain. We will unito our forces
with that ono of tho great parties which
looks to us likely to win, provided we are
enabled thereby to secure the recognition
for silver wo insist upon, and are given
satisfactory assurances that we will be
accorded honorable treatment if we con
tribute to tho resultant success."
11a. a Cinch on seven States.
"Rut will the masses of tho Silver party
ratify au alliance which may be entered
Into with either of the old parties on any
such agreement?" was asked.
"IVyon J the shadow of a doubt. Colo
rado, Wyoming, South Dakota, Montana,
Idaho and California are certainly strong
enough to elect silver tickets against any
combination that may be reared in opposi
tion, and I think Oregon and Washington
might wheel into lino. Silver is strong in
K insas Nebraska and North Dakota, and
can control tho situation by alliances.
The populist saro stanch friends of silver."
Silver men wens not necessarily Populists,
but all l'optilists were stiver men.
lUsy as Falling Off a Log.
"You havo aot yet explained how you
propose to carry into successful operation
your plan for free and unlimited coinage
of silver. How about that?"
"Nothing easier. Let congress declare
for free coinage and wo at once become a
world's market for silver. The metal
might pour In upon us from all quarters
at first, but no sooner would sellers sea
that they could get par for their silver in
the United States than tho same prlco
would rule In every other civilized country
on earth, and they would all go to mint
ing silver. The morn silver money that
can po into circulation on thnt basis the
greater the prosperity. You can't havo
too much of it. Any strong country can
establish a bimetallic currency, make it
go and force ber neighbors t i follow suit.
It is only necessary for the United States
to declare her commercial and financial
Independence, as sh did her political
Independence, and tho tldng is done."
NICARAGUA CANAL BILL PASSES.
It lin Thirty-One Votes to Twraty-Ono
Again-! Synapsis of the IU1L
Washington, Jan. 30. The bill pledg
ing tho faith of tho United States to do
the construction of tho Nicaragua canal
pr.sseil the senate last uight by the decisive
vote of SI yeas to -1 nays. It was the ter
mination of a dcltato which has lasted
since tho present session of congress be
gan. It was, moreover, tho first realiza
tion in either branch of congress of the
vast project so long and vigorously uri-d
for a canal joining the Atlantic and Pa
cific, with the United States government
standing sponsor for the execution of the
The final vote: was not secured until 6:10
o'clock last night, but notwithstanding
the lateness of tho hour there was an ex
ceptionally full senate, owing to the inter
est felt In the culmination of the lon ilis-
cn-s.on. The Niearacuan minister and
many other diplomats interested in tho
proj ct had seats in the diplomatic galler
ies throughout tbo voting on the many
amendments and the final question.
The senators who voted nay are as fol
lows: Allen, HJackhuro. Blanehard,
Cjulerv. Call. CovkrelL Daniel. Davis.
A WOMAN'S BURDENS
are lightened wh she turns tn the right
medicine. Tbe chronic wi-ekncasni delicate
derangements, and painful disorders that
influx ber sex. are cured by Dr. Pierce'
Favorite Preserittion. In bearing -down
sensations j-ntlieal pains, ulceration, in
flammation, ai.d every kindred ailment it's
Jfoduoarufc. ff"pMn I
C'wutu. Au. I
P. B. V. Puhci.
Buffalo, jr. Y.: I Mar Sir
H'-ase accept my
thank; for the grind your
medicines have done tor
me. i tru!v bela-ve the
Saved my life; it to a sure
' ana rrruin cure. I i
baiinr nrf.-ct health
am atont and can oo all
,e nr housework.
fcrrry iavallil lany
saouM take Ilr. Pimr'i
r avorje ITcacnptwn ind
OB MOHBT MBTVaUIEIK
Ueorge. Ura7, HUT, Irtiy. Jones (ArK. (,
Kyle, .Mills, Palmer, PefTer, Petttgrcw,
Turnie. Vilas. Wolcott Total, 2L Be
sides these Smith, Coke. Harris, Lindsay,
Martin, Mitchell of Wisconsin, Roach,
Vest, Berry, Hansbrough, Pasco, McPher
son. Teller, Bate, McLaurin and Voorhees
were paired against tho bill and Stewart
of Nevada was present and not voting.
In amending the bill It was provided
that only American goods and materials
should be used on the canal; that every
dollar of stock should represent a dollar ex
pended; that tbe aggregate contracts shall
not exceed t70,OJ0,lwo; that no corporation
in which stockholders are interested
should do any of the work. An amend
ment requiring the work to be done by
United Suites citizens working eight
Louts a day was defeated.
The bill in brief directs the issue of 170,-
uG0,(W) of Nicaragua canal bonds. Each
of these is to bear the following
guarantee: "The United States of
America guarantees to the lawful holder
of this bond tbe payment by the Maritime
Canal company, of Nicaragua, of the
principal ot said bond and the interest
accruing thereon, and as it accru-s." An
additional 30,tiO,jX of bonds is to be is
sued without the United States guarantee.
The total f l'XMW0,X thus Issued is to be
used in constructing the inter-occanio
The secretary of the treasury Is to havo
general supervision of the project. Aboard
ut fifteen directors is to have immediate
charge of tho work. Of this board the
president is to designate ten members, no
more than two from any one state. Ine
United States Is to receive $70,0110,000 cf
canal company stock iji return for guar
anteeing the bonds, and is to hold a mort
gage lien on all the property of the canal
WE ARE TRYING TO AVERT WAR.
ITncle Sam Doing Ills Best to Prevent the
WAsniNiiTos. Jan. 26. Whilo the state
department otlicials positively refaso to
discuss the mutter there is ground for tho
belief thnt it is exerting its good offices to
settle tho dispute between Mexico and
Guatemala over the boundary without
rcourse to war. Scnor Romero, tho Mexi
can minister, has been almost daily in con
sultation with Secretary Gresham, and
while ho declines to tell what his purpose
is, it is tuziiilicant that he steadily main
tains that the trouble will be adjusted
without harsh meusures.
Minister Arrigia, of Guatemala, is also
hopeful of a peaceable adjustment of the
dispute. lie said that he had not heard
from his governmeut within tho past
three days and had no information as to
tho course of events in Guatemala furtht r
than was collected in tho press dis
patches. It is asserted here that tho Gua
temalan government has -all along lieen
ready to submit the issue lietwecn Mex
ico und Guatemala to arbitration. It
might be noted in this connection that
Guatemala is a party to the convention of
South and Ceutral 'American nations pro
viding for tho submission of all disputes
to arbitration, but -dexico has never
M Congresxioual Doings Briefed.
Washington, Jan. 2d Tho daily
wrangle over the Hawaiian troubles was
duly held in tho senate, and was again
cut off by the Nicaragua canal bill, which
was brought to a vote and passed by yeas,
31; nays, 21.
The house passed tho sundry civil bill.
carrying f:SJ,125,T2l. Two financial prop
ositions were introduced, ono of which
gives tho treasurer power to issuo bonds
of such denominations as ho pleases, and
the other to rctlro . the gold certificates
and make them nonreccivable for duties
after July 1 next. The first was defeated
and the second adopted. T bey were both
offered as "riders" on the sundry civil
Civil Service Commtaaioa Schedule.
Washington, Jan. 26 The civil service
examinations to be held throughout the
country during tho first six montiis of the
year have been arranged by the commis
sion. During the period applicants from
the following states will not be allowed to
take the clerk, copyist, watchman or mes
senger examinations: Illinois, Indiana,
Michigan and Ohio. Ibe following is
part of tho schedule: March 27, Kvans
ville, Ind.; April 1, Detroit; April 3. Chi
cago; April 5. Milwaukee; April 8, Du
buque, la.; April rJ, Des .Moines, la.;
April 2i Spnnaficld, Ills. : April 24, In
dianapolis; May 2, Stevens Point, Wis.
Retained the Diktribntion of Seeds,
Washington, Jan. 2 In giving an
estimnte for tho agricultural bill Secre
tary Morton submitted no estimate for an
appropriation to purchase seeds for dis
tribution, but instead asKea lor foO.uuo to
publish and distribute farmers' bulletins
of interest to that class of people. The
house committee, however, thought it de
sirable that the seed distribution should
be continued and has provided an ap
propriation of tl),0J0 for that purpose
and reduced tho estimate for farmers'
bulletins to f.S,000.
KrpaUlicaat Senatorial Canniv
Washingtok, Jan. 26. The principal
subject considered by tho Republican sen
atorial caucus was that of taking a position
on the question of the senatorial election
in the states where there are senatorial
deadlocks. No formal expression of opinion
was elicited. There was also some ex
pression of opinion upon the order of busi
ness in tbe senate from tnis time forth,
hut no vote was taken. It was generally
aereod to favor an investigation into the
election methods in Alabama.
Navigation on the Great Lakes.
Washington, Jan. 26. The house mer-
chmt marine committee has authorized
White of Ohio to report his bill provid
ing a code of signals for vessels and other
craft navigating the great lakes. This is
the measure advocated and approved by
the lake shipping interests.
Kelt, f Voted for Kehr ha.
Liscols, Neb., Jan. 2i Tbe relief
measure appropriating foo.OOO for Ne
braska's destitute has become a law. It
is believed that this and tbe contributions
from other sources received and pledged
are amply sufficient at least until the seed
question must be solved.
Rheumatism U primarily caused
by acidity of the blood. Hood's Sar
saparilla purities the blood, and thus
care tbe disease.
BLOWN TO DEBRIS.
And Six Men Find a Sepulchre
Among the Ruins.
FEIGHTFUL EXPLOSION AT UEHD0TA
Five Story Brewery Funding Completely
Wrecked nv n Boiler-Bant Six Other
Men Severely Injured The Whole Towa
Shaken by tbo Shock and a Honey Lou
of 100,000 Inflicted Latest of tho Low
of tho Chleora.
Mejtdota, His., Jan. 26 At 8 o'clock
yesterday afternoon the main building of
Hennings brewer in this city was
wrecked by a boiler explosion, tho concus
sion being so grout that every building in
the city was badly shaken. Tho building
destroyed was five stories in height and
filled with machinery. The force of the
explosion completely demolished it, kill
ing six men and badly injuring six
others. The killed are: C. Seifert, fore
man; David Wells, fireman; David Ghccr,
engineer; Lemuel de Shaso. iceman;
Henry Pert, laborer; John Kennedy, a
well-borer, of DcKalb.
The injured: James Love, Chicago, arm
broken and head badly cut; A. McLeod,
Chicago, head and face cut; Gnorga Par
ker, Chicago, head cut; F. M. Carp.-nter,
badly hurt; William Long, badly hurt;
Henry Varmore, badly hurt.
The Chicago men und Kennedy, of Dc
Kalb, had but lately como here, and were
engaged in sinking a well near the build
ing. Up to a late hour no more bodies had
been found in the debris, and a blinding
snowstorm almost stops work, but it is
thought more men arc buried under tons
of brick and beams. Tho loss of property
amounts to over ?10(,(XXi, and a lare
number of men are thrown out of employ
ment. Building Fell in a Heap.
Tho explosion seemed to have an up
ward tendency, lifting the building, and
then everything fell in a huge heap in tho
center of the inclosuro. All was excite
ment, and many were driven frantic with
tho thought that husband, father or son
might bo beneath tho ruins. omen,
bareheaded and wild with fear, braved the
wind and cutting snow that some tidings
of tho injured might bo learned. In the
excitement a number of citizens received
injuri'-s in removing lieams and lumber.
Never before has this city suffered such a
blow and many are tho con ject ures as to
tile number of dead at the bottom of that
great heap of brick aud mortar aud broken
Larger Dead-ISoll Looked For.
The work of removing tho ruins is pro
gressing slowly and it will bo a day or
more before the list of dead will be com
plete. When tho explosion occurred every
building in the city was shaken and men
rushed to every eanecivablo place to learn
the causa of the concussion and when the
real cause and the terriblo results wero
learned a gloom of sadness fell upon tho
town. The dead are men highly respected
and several of them are prominent secret
One More Hotly Fonnd.
Mexdota. 111., Jan. 26. The re
mains of William Long were found
in the rains of the llenning brewery
todav, making tho number dead
eight, and two missing. Several
ice cutters are said to have been in
Seen Oft Michigan City.
Michigan Citt, Ind., Jan. 26. The
rumor that the Chleora is off this port
is based on tho fact that a dark object
was seen floating about ten miles out.
This end of tho lake was covered witn ice
floes anl the dark object was at the outer
edge of the Ice fields. It was not identi
lied positively as a boat or part of a boa!,
and may bo merely an iceberg.
More Trool.le In Brooklyn.
Brooklyn, Jan. 26. Wires are cut
in every direction and the tie-up on
many lines continues. The weather
is very severe. It is reported that
t ather U Hare will bo arrested and
charged that be led tbe mob at Green
Point last night. Two hundred
strikers returned to work at the old
wages. The strikers at Maspeth last
night wavlaid a non-union man and
gagged and suspended him from a
beam. lie was rescued unconscious;
and remains so. His recovery is
Taylor Was Not There.
Cbawfokdsville, Ind., Jan. 26.
John G. Overton took the sheriff to
Kensselar last night to get Taylor,
the South Dakota treasurer, at the
home of his brother-in-law, Tom Mc
Coy. Taylor was not there.
II i ram powers Birthplace
As beautiful in its small way as any
foreign rain is tho birthplace of Hiram
Powers America's first preat sculptor.
Unlike the relics t f prthi.-toric Ameri
ca, it is a "civilized ruin," which tbows
that young America is growing old.
Xestling among the vcruiiiit hills of
Woodstock, VL, a ruined foundation
and a great chimney, ovtrgrown with
wild grape vines, which have also climb
ed to the top of the old balsam tree that
once shaded the homestead doorway,
mark the site of "the oldKirara Powers
place." It ovcrl.wks ono of Vermont's
most fcrtilo valleys ar.d t?io wiudir.g
Ottaqueechee, u the other side of which
tlie imaginative genius of tho boy Pow
ers was wont to see tlie white aud glis
tening form of a beautiful woman, which
he repeatedly tried to reach aad which
in later years he materialized in hi
"Greek Slavs. " Ecston Common
wealth. Rudy's Tile Suppository is guaran
teed to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Body, Lancas
ter. Pa. Tor sale by T. H. Thomas
and Harts ft Bahnsen, druggists,
Bock Island. I1L
DIED CF STANGULATION.
Antopsr Kevento tho Fart That Barrett
feeott Uu Lynched.
O'Neill, Neb., Jan. 26. The autopsy
held upon the remains of Barrett Scott
aisclosed tho fact that his death was
caused by strangulation. One of the most
touching and heartrending scenes ever
witnessed was that which occurred at tho
Scott residence when the body of tho
murdered man was taken homo and Mrs.
Scott was permitted to view the remains.
There were present at time Dr. Giliigan,
the family physician; Dell Aiken, and his
wife, who is Air. Scott's sister. Shortly
afterward the widow was allowed to vlaw
the remains, and her sorrow was indeed
pitiful. After the first shi.ek of the sight
was over she gave wsy to tears and broke
muipictcly down, the first time since the
attack at Parker on Dec. :1. Since then
she has felt much better. Those who wit
nessed the scene say they hops they will
never witness such another.
Iloward Jolly Fay. I'p.
Mkmi'IIIS, Tenn., Jan. 16 Iloward
Tolly, indicted for embezzling F-,1U0 be
longing to thtf C, O. n;id S. W. and Cot
ton Hclt railroads, which he served herj
:is aitcnt, has pai l over the amount to tho
Amiricau Surety coinpanv, which was on
his bjn,l. and ho was reieasol from cus
tody. The surety company had reim
bursed the two railroad companies. The
mlietmcnt against Jolly will be quashed
under the reculiar Teimessue statute
which permits such proreJiirc in cases of
mbczzlcmcnt where the full umouut
taken is rest' red.
Illinois Stat. Fair Croonrta.
Spkisgfield, Jan. 2H The state board
af agriculture has awarded contracts f. r
the erection of I tie following buildings at
the state fair grounds: Grand sbuid,
f,')0,'Xi; machinery hail, t'),UJ ; tulminis
tration building, sfM.WI; poultry, flairrj;
agriculture. H,U XI; dairy, 615,0.'U; sheep
and hogs, ilS.U lO; sixteen Imrns, -10,iK;
warehouse, e.,(;oj; grounds, .",(MJ. Tho
board increased thu speed pieuiiums mutl
ii,M) last year to U!,0j0, and the total
premiums Irom f :S,iri last year to f4 UMJ
md joined th j American Trotting associ
New York Financial
New Vnr.s. J in. Zi.
Mouey cn call ei-sy at lv l's ior cent.
Iriint Diercauliii pap r " V'i per cent,
sttrimj ext-lia igcs'.rou;. with a-. ml lin-qnum
tn bankers' bi.U at I '-v' iHj.4 ir Uuiuaii't siud
is-ii4'i.t ri tor a'.-i y i.iyj; p .ji ra o lijs
IHt; commercial 1;1U s;.n4.-.7 4.
Jiivf r ctrtirii-atts .tt'jc. bi 1: u t sale bar sil
ver. M.'Xiran floluiri 4v.,
I'uiteil State g ivcrc innnt .H:.rts u's regular
il'i'j: .Vs coup'n-i 11114; 1' ml ir II 4 : 4's
i-oupous 113s: n-u a.' tT, ra-ilicC of Ui
Chicago Live Wo'lu -
t'lil. AOo. Jan. 2k
Live Stock Prices at tho I" 11011 iSto 'k ya. ds
tmiay ranged as follow: II s Iv-tiftiat'-'d
ructints tor thd diy lNUrtJ; s-ilos r.:n.-d nt
IS.el.iJ.tl. puj, .l.r fl.li li;h'., eJ.sM4.ui
rouy'i pai'kmi;. :s .'?, 1.4 0 roixr I. r.u I i.l Hi
1.45 heavy p&uaI itf aulsliipptugloi-.
Cattle Iteceijits tortile diy. i.itti; qi.ta
tions rauKel at Sl.initi .i em.i'.-e to extra
-ihilipiu btoers. (I.a3.;4.'.'5 gouil to elioi'V Uu
tULtW'f.4.ti:l fairtog.MMi. $:i3i'f.:iU'l cttiiunon to
meiliuui d4i.. .ui-.;).! biiteliei:' ttnrH. 4.31
stiwkers. 2.UH-tit feeders. l.-ii;S.Tcl
cows, :L kI heifers, $1 3 r-i .3-1 Imlis.
1 7l Texas sitoers. $t:.7(&l.. we.-tloru rauers
aud '.uu:r.".5i ve.d calves.
hbeep Kitiuiated receipts for th) day,
s.lno; bait-fl ranged at welter un,
$1.7i rl.o;) Texaus, 41.SJ J.1.0U lutttves aud CM
Chicago Grain and Frodneo.
t'llirAGO. Jan. SX
PriducK Buttjr-Extrx cr-amarjr, Si'Jfj
per lb; extra dairy, Sjc: paekiag BtTck. 84,10c.
Kira Frenh atMk. lhc tier doc Utm oft.
rUresaed l"ouitiy Spring chi. kens UttTc wr
lb.; turkeys, tt-ic; dueJu, 'i.lue; goetw, Ttift'ic
Potatoes liurbinks good to cboicj, ol.ito
per bu.; Ilebruns, .VITbiV Kurly Hose, 47&3c
tjw.et IVitatoes Illinois. Sl.iVil.r) per obi.
Cranberries-Cape VajA: fair to good. t8.0iis
Mi.UK per bbl: clioh-e to fancy, SlLtU&luu.
Honey White clover, 1 lb certions. new stork.
!3!-'iil4c: broken coaib. lV'.l-'r: dark 00m b,
poor itarkagea, fc: str ilnel C Uforn:a.6rt4o.
Followini; were tho quotations oa the
Board of Trade today? Wheat January,
opened Sotc. elaaed tOrie Muy, oK'ned 0140,
cUmmm! S&yc; Ja:y. op.ned 54r4:. cluoad otvc
Cru Junimry, opened ink:, closaa 4Jc;
Jlay, opened ij x-, closed 4 -i.-; July, opuuad
44-ij':, clustd 4j!ir'. Oati January, opened
c. cIommI ?9ttc: May. ojeneJ AMo. closed
Amc; June, opened 11 , ckue 1 aUc. Pork
January, opened I1U.4", close I I.0.37J4; May,
opvnrd tlo.iv.'ti. closed Lard-Jau.
uary, opened 0 4-'h closed fu.&J.
Tho Local market .
Com now. t&frtfis.
Dv Timoinv. f11tl3: ti0i 110C&S11 :
no. stttjj; noogn. f a7; oaica. sa
PotatOM SOU hie .
Otlaos 30c pet oa.
Ba tet Fair to choice, 18., fresh creamery
Eitct Freh, (s.
Poultry Cmcaeai, Sc; tu:kye, 7c
Cuttle -Butcber pay for corn fed steeti
thV cows and Heifers. Xfc&i ; calvts
Spring iamb. SHCSc a poan t.
r.i Soft. inc.
Wood-S3.su per cord.
a cr.aaof unar ttk u X owoor. Bithaat of
sll is leavecinc streaztb.-IotoX CaifJ StaUt
GvTtrwmmt Food Zeport.
Eovl. Baaixe t-owntn Co . 10S Wad EC, W. T.
20 Per Cent
Discount on Any
Suit or Overcoat in
The House. None barred
The Blue Front.
leaving Rock Island February
14th. Why not join this excur
sion to- the land of
Sunshine and Flowers,
' where the climate is a composite
of all delightful months. We
can insure you an enjoyable
trip ovf r - the most picturesque
routes in a Pullman Tourist
sleeper under the personal
charge of J. C. Rasmussen.
The cars being under onr con
trol, the traveler is secured
against objectionable company,
over-crowding and relieved from
all anxiety regarding details of
the journey, every attention be
ing given to the
Comfort and Pleasure
of passengers. Tbe excursions
have a two-fold object, first to
carry people to the garden spotj
of this country; second, t this
decent from desolate winter into
rosy Jyne delights the traveler,
we are prepared to 6how lands in
the Santa Clara Valley, ranging
in price from 65 to $100 per
acre, of which any 20 acre patch
will yield a royal income when
planted with olives, prunes, etc.,
etc. Terms of sale one-fourth
down, balance on or before six
years, or if yon prefer, f 10 per
month until paid. We make a
rebate on railroad tickets to all
purchasers of land. For further
particulars' apply to-
J. C. RASUUSSEN
or REIDY BEOS,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Evert TUB WASB15TD fcf
TOUIY BSSS. & CO.,
,, CBUCASM. ILL.
T. H THOMAS. Druggist and Op
tician. Ejes tested tree of charge.
No re-fitting. No re -
chart or model, but a
Genuine Tailor Syotexn,
Such as our Merchant Tailors use. Thorough
Inslructious given in the art of
Boning, Finishing, and
Lessons not limited. School open day
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