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TflE ARGUS, TUESDAY, APRIL 30. Ib95.
J. E Montrose. Haraeer.
One Week, Commencing
Monday, April 29.
The Dainty Little Commcdienne,
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Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
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nearly every lot in it has
upon it a line walnut, elm,
hackberry, or other larp-e
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
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Who -does not want
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that it cannot injure
the most delicate fab
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will find you have
struck a good thing.
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HOISTS HIS BANNER
Senator Voorhees Jl ur.s Up His
IXIE3 THE FREE COINAGE COLORS.
Always Was and Always Will Ba tot
tbe Whits Dollar of the Daddies All
tba Great Men of tba Put in the Sanaa
Cnit, Be Say old Moaonaetallisti
Given a Bnaat Illinois silver Sentiment
Isdiasapolis, ApriS 20. Senator Vooi
bees, in a talk with Tba sentinel Washing
ton correspondent, made the following
statements of his views in regard to the free
coinage of silver: "I do not regret the
agitation of tba silver question. Sooner
or later it bad to be definitely settled
whether the labor-producing people ol
this country can be bullied oat of one
half of their debt-paying money, cr that
they will stand up like free men and pro
tect and defend the money named and
provided in the constitution gold and
silver, or both not one of the precious
metals alone, but both, and on terms and
conditions as to coinage and use of abso
lute equality. That Is the question im
mediately before us. and no better time
than now will ever be touni for its set
tlement." Tbe White Dollar In Dancer.
The senator said that tho vital issao at
this time was the proposed total over
throw and destruction as a money metal
of silver and the use of gold alone. It
meant the destruction of half the debt-
paying money of the United States and the
debts of the county, public and private,
were appalling. They were contracted.
fee said, on a bimetallic basis and it was
Bow proposed to force their payment In
gold. The elimination of silver would
lead to a contraction of tba paper cur
rency in proportion.
Has bo Fears for the Democracy.
The gold men would be routed, for such
a policy was horrible. He had no fear of
tho effect of a silver platform on the Dora
ocratic party. It would lose some men
but would gain more. He bad always
been a free silver man and always would
be. Washington, JcfTorson, Hamilton,
Madison, Monroe, Jackson, Clay, Web-
f ti-r. Chase, Lincoln all the great men of
the past had been free silver mon. If
gold had been "conspired against, assailed
by foul means and fair, stabbed in tho
dark for a quarter of a century" it would
not have stood it as well as silver had. No
form of money on earth could, have stood
the strain except silver.
Will Never Ulve Up tho White Dollar.
Silver had done all tho business of tho
country, bought the homes of th9 peo
pie for seventy-five years and they would
never give it up. The sooner the "min
ions of aggressive, insolent, arrog m t apos
tles of gold realized this" the better it
would be for them. It was time to spent
plainly. National conventions hereafter
would have to meet the issue without
doubtful, straddliug phraseology in their
platforms. If free and unlimited coinage
of silver will put the country on a silver
basis it was on that basis from the pass
age of the first coinage act in April, 1.9 J,
to February, 1873, "a period in which we
rose from weakness to the foremost rank
among the nations of tho earth."
8ILTEB SENTIUfclsT 131 ILLINOIS.
All tba Conventions So Far Beard From
Louisville, Ills., April 33. The Clay
county Democratic convention was com
posed of tho best business men and far
mers of the party In this county and was
harmonious and enthusiastic. General
Lewis E. Parsons, candidate on the ticket
of 1SS0 for lieutenant governor, was
chosen chairman. Resolutions were
unanimously adopted denouncing the
"demonetization" of silver in 183 as a
"crime" and demanding its immediate
restoration at the ratio of 10 to 1 and
strongly endorsing the state committee's
nctiun in calling the state convention,
Five delegates wore appointed and in
structed to this effect.
Jacksonville, Ills., April in. The
Morgan county Democratic convention
unanimously adapted a resolution pre
pared by Chairman Hmrichsen, of the
state central committee, demanding the
tree and unlimited coinage of silver at 1-to-1
without waiting for the permission
or action of any foreign government.
Delegates were selected to tho state con'
vention, and it is understood that copies
cf the resolution adopted havo been sent
to the chairman of every county central
committee in the state, to be presented
to the various county conventions when
ST. Louis, April 30 A special to The Re
public state that the Democrats of Hardin
county. Ills., have elected delegates to the
Springfield convention and declared for
Iowa Silver Democrats.
Des Moines, April 30. Tho action ot
the Democratic conference in declaring
against the free coinage of silver does not
end the matter. The silver clement is
dissatisfied and is making arrangements
to call a conference of silver Democrats
alone to meet hen early in May. The
object will be to make arrangemeuts for
carrying the county conventions so as to
sweep the state convention in favor of
Tessa Silver Democrary.
Arsns, April 30 Today the 16 to-l sil
veritcs In Texas issued their proclama
tion, calling on all the Democrats of their
faith to rally to tho support of the 16-to-l
theory. This new Democratic 16-to-l party
is headed by Kail road Commissioner and
ex-Senator Ueagan and he is the author
of the proclamation, which is very lengthy.
labor Blot at Chicago.
CHICAGO. April 33. A reduction from
12 to 8 cents a ton for heaving coal pre
cipitatod a lively riot between union and
non-union men at the docks of the O. S.
Richardson Coal company. Three men
were injured, none of them seriously,
however, and it required the presence of
twenty poiicemen to quell the disturb
ance. More trouble is loosed loa.
Woman on MUwaakee's School Board.
Milwaukee, April SU Mrs. S. S. Mer
rill, widow of the former general manager
of the Chicago, MUwaukee and St. Paul
railroad, has been elected a member of the
Milwaukee school board by the council.
Harder in mm lllinoia Town.
Vasdalia, April 30. John Smith shot
and killii Joapnh Hoffman, a neighbor
ing farmer. Smith accused aim of being
toe intimate wita ma who.
EUSTIS PRESENTS WALLER'S CASE.
Attention of tho French Government,
Called to' His Impriaoamrnt,
Pauis, April S3. United States Am-;
bassador Eustis has received very pointed
and definite instructions from Washing
ton regarding the case ot John L. Waller.
now Imprisoned in France uuder a twen
ty years' sentence iiupotei by a court
martial on the ground that be was in
communication with the Hovas. Eusti-i
has verbally and in writing communicate J
bis instructions to the French minister ol
foreign affairs, M. Hanoiaux, but the
latter has not yet replied to these com
Washingtox, April!). The represent
tions which Ambassador Kustis was In
structed to lay before the French govern
mcnt touching the arrest and confine
ment of ex-United States Consul Wallet
In Madagascar and his subsequent de
portation to Francs were extremely
courteous in tons and were intended tc
develop the French side of the case. It
was stated that as Waller Is an Ameri
can citizen the department ct state feels
bound to inquire into all of the circum
stances in his case to be informed
specifically of the nature of the charge!
made against him and of the evidence
upon which he was convicted.
The report of United states Consul
Wetter, who succeeded Waller as United
States consul, while substantially con
firming the newspaper reports of the case,
was not sufficient to satisfy the state de
partment, which aesires an accurate state
ment of all the facts before determining
what Its attitude shall be in this matter.
CYCLONE DROPS 30WN ON OMAHA.
IVipes Out Fonr Botldings and Injures
Omaha April iii.A cyclono drjppe.l
down on this city, covering a spa je about
four block long, and wrecked four cot
tage. It was followed by a torrent .-!
rain. Some of the residents v.' ho caw ;t
from a vantage of three or four Mocks
away say that as nearly as could bo seen
in the darkness it looked as though a
bunch of clouds camo swirling through
the air from the northwest, and aftet
striking the cottages bounded into the air
like a ball.
A dozen persons wcro more or less In
jured, the most serious cases being the
following: W. A. Bnrnett, cat on tho
face aud lieail ; Mrs. Harnett, internally
injured; F. V. Thompson, struck by fly
ing tii:i!)T an.l seriously hurt in tho head;
three liarnot: chil lre:i, mwu or less cut
and bruised; Mrs. Max Sunderland, hur:
by falliiisf timbers. Several others were
Doings of Illinois I egisl.itors.
Springfield, Apr.l 33 In the house
Hallcclc introduced a resolution the ef
fect of which is that convicts should b;
used to work on the waterway channel
between Lockpoit and LaSalie, instead of
in the nianulai-tura of various articles
which when placed on the market de
moralized the prices of free labor, num
bers of bills wore advanced on the
calendar and the bouse mljourned.
In the senate about six members were I
present and after tne introduction of one
bill, and a resolution for the investiga
tion of the ''school tcok trust" and
'school furniture trust" the feuatj ad
I'rotcotaut Appeal to Satolll.
NEW Ychk. April 33. Rev. Fat bet
Phelan, Roman Catholic, of St. Louis, in
recent address severely denounced the
Christian Endeavor society and charged
that the San Francisco girl murders were
tho direct outcome of such societies. In
the Westminster church, Ashbury park,
a petition is being circulated for signa
tures addressed to Archbishop S-.tulii. I(
called his attention to the recent assault
of Father Phelan upon tho Christian En
deavor society. Ic asks that the creature
be degraded, unfrocked and deposed from
the position which he disgraces.
'Frisco Is Booud to Uave Money.
SAX Fiiancisco, April 30. The super
intendents cf ail the public institutions ot
this city under control of the supervisors
are anxiously awaiting the coming of to
morrow, as upon that day the prisoner
and patients iu thoir care will be without
food unless the authorities can find some
way out of the trouble the city is in. Tho
funds in the treasury ard practically ex
hausted and the contractors have notified
the board that they will not furnish any
more supplies unless they receive souid
guarautee that they will be paid.
The Denver Mioa of Mining.
Washington. April 33. Hon. Earl
IV Coe, of Denver, Colo., who has just
arrived here after a visit to New York
and other eastern cities in the interest of
the mining exposition which is to be held
In Denver next year, reports that be
found considerable interest in the enter
prise. Speaking of the exposition he said:
"The people ol Colorado are iu earnest
about holding a miuing exposition, and
they intend that it shall be the greatest
exposition of the kind ever held in this or
auy other country."
The Mnrder of t oong Ledgers.
GCTH'UE, O. T , April 30. In the prelim
inary examination of W. H. Thome, C3. C.
Seeley. William Knowles and Frank
Iborpe for the murder of Frank Ledgers,
the young Encllshman. last September,
one of the kul.. j ot the Jackson houss
confessed that Ledgers was decoyed to a
room by Thorpe, chloroformed by Seeley,
and the body taken to the river by
Altgrld Fardona na Ktubersler.
Springfield, Ills.. April 3J Louis A.
Milliard, who .ed from Chicago in Au
gust, 1&3, with S,Ue3 belonging to the
Chicago Tribune, for which paper be was
cashier, is once mere a free man. Hilllard
went to Europe, was captured, brought
back and sentenced to four years in the
penitentiary. Governor Allgeld has par
doned bim, for w hat reason not known.
Bard Work and ito.ly Killed Bim.
ST. Paul, April 33. J. Fletcher Will
lams, ex-secretary of the Minnesota His
torical scciety, and one of the most prom
inent OJd Fwiiows in the northwest, died
at Rochester, Minn., of softening of the
brain due to overwork and too close ap
plication to his s;udH. He wrote a num
ber ol historical worl...
Foreign Lane mage la So Legal,
tPKiNGFitLD, Ills., April 3D The at
torney general rendered an opinion that
city councils cannot legally appropriate
city funds to publish ordinances in Ger
man language, as such publications would
be illegal. All official publications must
be is the English Language.
Tho' supreme court of Nebraska has
taken the unusual course of having a
jury empaneled to try a case low before
Maximo Gomes, the famous soldier who
took part in the last revolution in Cuba
on the side of the Separatists, has landed
in Cuba. .
Grant Wheeler, one of tho men who
robbed a Southern Pacific train at Wil
cox, A. T., some months ago, finding it
impossible to escape the officers shot and
killed himself near Mancos.
Obituary: At Minneapolis. Dr. Frederic
Andros. 9i At Keponset, Ills., Dr. Ezra
Stetson, 7S. At Fall River, Mass., Will
iam U. Rjuntrce, formerly of Chicago.
At Boston, Hamilton A- Hill, formerly
secretary of the National Board of Trade.
At Farmer City, Ills.. Mrs. Burford, 9L
At Effingham, His., Bev. Jamas Leavitt.
At Martinsville, IntL, C. W. C. Hill, Sr.,
7& At Kewanee, Ills., Mrs. J. A. Tal
cctt, b7. -
Lady Arthur Hill has written two new
songs, brina-iaa the number she has pub
lished up to thirty. Tho first she wrote fa
best known of them alL It is "la the
Invention la one of the steady habits of
Connecticut. Last year one patent was
taken out for every 933 inhabitants of the
Fire in the Hamline furniture factory
at Chicago destroyed the structure ano
caused a loss of J50.000, partly insured,
it is thought tho fire started from sponta
neous combustion. One hundred men
arc thrown out of employment.
- When Vice President Stevenson was
presiding at the oratorical contest be
tween the Northwestern and Michigan
universities at Evanston, lis., his over
coat was stolen.
Tbe Trieoupis ministry in Greece has
been beaten at the genoral election for
Macoo, the rebel general in Cuba, has
bean badly whipped by the Spaniards,
. bo chased him and his army into the
It is now stated that the Boux-ey dam
In France, which burst and caused such
great destruction of life and property,
was of poor construction and had long
been reported as dangerous.
A writ of habeas corpus applied for in
Dr Buchanan's caso has been denied and
an appeal taken to the United States su
preme court. The warden at Sing Sing
is going right on with the preparations
and expects to kill the alleged wife pois
oner In the electrical chair tomorrow.
Proceedings in eviction havo been be
gun at Pullman - against ex-strikers,
many of whom are a year in arrears for
It is denied that there will bo a big
miners' strike May 1 in the Masslllon
district. The miners will suspend work
that day, as they always do pending the
adjustment of the scale.
Troops Ware net Called Out.
Marquette, Mich., April 80 There
was a small riot last night on No. 4 on:
dock, the union trimmers driving off
new men. A dozon heads were broken,
but it cannot be learned that any one
was seriously hurt. Tho sheriff then called
on tho local military compauy and they
assembled at their armory, but they were
not called out.
Worst Feared lor Kepreaentativ Bitt.
Washisgtos, April 30. The condition
of Representative HUt last night showed
but little change. The brain symptoms
were probably a little more encouraging.
and his mind was clearer. Extreme weak
noss and feebleness prevail, and the worst
Mrs. Mrevil Claims Ber Witness Fees.
Fort Scott, Kas., April 34 Mr?,
Noah II. S.revil, who voluntarily testified
that her husband, Noah, murdered his
lather, has claimed her attendance as a
witness against him. She sold ic to a
scalper for a discount.
Disposition of Fully" atlles.
Chicago, April yj. Polly Stiles war
takeu before Judge Goggin in answer to
habeas corpus proceedings begun by Mrs.
Stiles following her ineffectual attemp',
to take the chiid from St. Francis Xavnn
a :adoiny. Tho hearing was set for May
15 and the court entered an order allow
i:ig the child to remuiu at the academy
until that date.
I' red Grant Booked fur an Office.
New Youx, April 33. Tho rumor is re-
v.ved that Colonel Fred Grant will be ap
pointed a police commissioner. It is said
tlmtoii May 1 the mayor will remove
Commissioners Martin, Murray and k.er-
vi.i, iippointing in their places Andrew
IK Parker, Dumocrur, and Theodore
Uooscvelt uiitl Colonel Grant, Republic-
Sc-orr. on tlio Kali Field.
Chicago, April 3u. Scores mode at
b-i-o ball by Leugue clubs ate as loi.ow:
At Cincinnati Chicago 0, Cincinnati 3.
at St. Louts Pittsburg 6, St. L-iuis
nt Ismiavillc Cleveland 19, LouUvillu 6.
l.o other games, rain.
The Miserable Moors.
Tho lives lived by tho Slorrs are.
vithout perhaps any exception, the
cioct precarious und miserable; that cnu
ba imagined. The -poor man is thrown
l:to prisou for sanis he never possessed
c.iil can never par, the rich to bo
sit;cr2cd ct ail hopos?esscs, whilo those
0UI7 can hope to escape who aro nein-
b.-s cf fauii'.ica eufilcieut'.y powerful to
a-, oils j too fears of tho local governor
sl-osld ho attempt extortion and nut
suEicipLtly powerful to stir tip the jeal
ou.7 aad avarico of the sultan.
Uvea the governors cf tho provinces
seller tiioniseives as thry tuako others
suiicr, for jnst ns they squezo tho agri
c.ikarist an.l tho peasant so aro they in
; turn sqaera-d by the sultan and bis
viziers, a-jd should they fail by constant
presents to tnaiutain a good cpiuiou at
I ten rnnrt t:iv run pxwrt n-ilv tttinria.
jonuie-nt aud often death. Clackwoou's
Wl-.y Ebe Cid.
Husband For heaven's sake, what
--takes yon talk so much?
Wife (pleasantly) Yon do, love
have to keep talking so yon will not
have so many opportunities to say rude
thii-3. Detroit Free Press.
We keep Parks1 Cou?h Syrup and
1 we tell everyone it is tbe best cough
- , . i .1-1 -.
cure we sen. x-vervoouy iii.es it sou
1 we sell it on a guarantee. Try it for
(joor cold. Sold bj Hartz & Clle-
Hew York Financial.
New Yors, April SI
Monev oa rail easy at IVttc per cent.
Prime me cautle ja- or 3i ii per cent.
Sterling exchange quiet and easy ; ith actual
kos.ness ia bankers' bills at 46J-Sai)a for
demand anl iiJi'j for sixty oays;
loated r-it-s SISuU's and aS3itVJ; eun
nienial bills laTJstS "''.
Silver rerti-.catcs tT'-itJJT'; no sales; bar
Silver. CG-'-u. Mexu-au donars 5S4
L nited States govarunwnt bonds steady; new
Vs rest.. lM!-4: do CMtipoos. LUls; S'a re-;..
115; f.a i-p-Ui-oae. llt-J-i: 4"a rei.. lll: 4's
mupoLS. ll-'Li; -s rot-, I'acille C's of Sa,
Chicago Live Stock.
t-'Hir.o. April "S.
Live S:rek Pri -es at thj Uaioa Sbtclt
yards to .ay rauKl ns Minors: Hjics Esti
niat-d r-eipts for tho day 34.0 U; raies ranged
at XVUuvi.-'a piga. fi ii.fc.iJ light, ti.44.M
foiik-li icui slmSLUj mixed, sad slsojA
5.UU heavy packing and snipping lota.
Cattle Eitiumt.-d receipts for the day
13.HV. q notations ranged at $.7(iA6j9l choice
to extra shipping- starr. Si.15d-.7a good to
choice do. fl.8"ia'-.3i) fair t J good. ll'l4.8J
common to meUiam do. S t.s3.&l.itl batshers'
t-teers. i.Ci&i.Sj stockers. fiSJAtti f-ieders.
$1 --0cow-. SJ.iHi4.tiU heltor. .Jj.UU
bulls -CUO-jl SJ Texa, stairs, aul i2.UUdVi.0J
ebeep Estimated receipts for tho day
ltf.uu: sale-i ranged at 13.0 woste na.
t..9Vi3.S0 Texas. S-!.UJiSi.7d natives, anl JLiS
vaMago unua ana s-roaneo.
I'Hic ioo. April SSL
Followiag were the quotations on tiie
Board of Trade today: Whoat -April.
opened 6 . He, cloned KH-te; May, opened -',
k-scd6.j-t.i- ; July ii-CDOd eiw, cloven ei-nc
CuraApril uiminal. closed 4714c; Slay,
opened ISe. el -ed i.'ia July, opened 48 iic
clos d -t--8C- Oits A;iril iiomtual. closed
K'ie: May. opened "c-n rinsed i aue.
opined Mia. cio-ed SSir- Pork May, opened
ii-2.Hl, eloped lli: July, opeoej l-.i.
closed !-.: Lard-May. opened ti.SO.
Produce: Iintter Extra creamery. LSe per
lb: est! a dairy, lsc; fresh packing stock.
6&?c Ee-rs t'rosh stock, loss oil. 12a per
d z-. n. Live r-onitry e nickcns. sc per id;
turkeys, J A lie: ducks. lirUc, gease, KM&
5.00 per dozen. Potatoes BarbaaKs. fair to
choice. Oi&ix per oii-me, neurons, 9ttJo;
Peerlew. S'-TOc; mixed, OUSuac. Sweet pota
toesIllinois, common to choice, S1.73il2.73
tier bl-1. Cranberrie-i Jerseys, t.00jl2.i0 per
box. Apples Fair to choice, $2.Su-iit.W per
bliL Hvna y White clover, 1-lb sections, new
stock. laiHic: broken comb, in Wise; aara
comb, poor pockii.-a 8e: straiaed Culiiorola,
The I ocal Markets.
Coin new, 43A1EC
ild.J'J4jiIl;t!iougn fQiua; naieu iu.
rarrr axd vboetablbs.
Onions SUc per Ds.
Bur Fair to choice, 17c; fresh
Bsiss Frcftb, 10s.
Fooitry Ctuckens. 7c; turkeys, 8c
Cattle Butchers psy for enen fed eteer
Kib r cows aad Aeifers, 834yi $ calves
Hogs - Se
Spring lamb $30 $ s bes I.
Wood ta.60 per cord.
Wool 13c pesponnd.
When Baby was sick, we gave ber Owtorln.
When she was a Child, she cried for Costorln.
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castorin.
WIM al had Cbildrer,riic gave thorn Cast in In.
Children Cry for
If year Cook leaves
yon, insert a little
ad. in the Intelli-
It will Bnd yon a
On the steerinpr
head of e verv Col
umbia bicycle of this year's inake
that name-plate appears. It is
unique, handsome, and indicates
much satisfaction and highest en
joyment to the rider.
No other bicycle has ever equal
led a Columbia. No other bicvclo
ever shall equal a Columbia. The
trreatest bicycle factory ia the
world says so.
New Price mo
EAftTFORDS, next best, M0 (60.
(SO for boys and jtrls' sizes.
POPE XVO. CO.
An Art Catalogue of these famotis
wheels at any Colombia Agency, or will
no manea tor two xau sumps.
cakes snrta.s.. xmmmm:
FOR GENERAL 5jJife
BLACKING APPLIED AMD APPUED AND P0USHE0 WITH AeLCiH"
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH" Morse Bros. Props.Coi:on.M-isa,USA.
' Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Kock Island.
COLUMBIA LEADS TflStt ALL.
COLUMBIA, OLDEST FAdOBY IN THE COUITRY.
The Pope Manufacturing Co. compelled all high grade
wheels to come down to their price, $ioo; will also carry
a line of Hartford cycles, manufactured by the Pope
Manufacturing Co., and Crescents, made by the Western
Wheel Works the largest -wheel factory in the world.
1820 Second Avenue,
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city,
1707 SECOID AVEBUE-
JOHV M. PARI DOS.
Painters and Decorators
FAFZB EASQX2S, CL20ime3S, ttc.
SHOP, 419 Sflreateoatii St, B0CTISLA1SD. HL.
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
JOn S(HAFr, Proprietor.
U01 Seeond Arenne. Corner of Bix'oentk street - Oppotlte Harper's Tfccttn
The choicsst Wine, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on hand
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Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. 811 Third avenue.
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