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Star Block, opposite Harper House
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Irosrf w tMsult faulty. Mild anyvltrr. ftealrcl. tot : e tomes fc fso. Witt.
fm fa rifa w fHa tral raaniits can of teit4 ifae aMMcy. Aodrcsa
Bock Ialaad. 111.
School in the Representatives'
: "-''' End "of the Capitof. "
"TOO ItTJCH J0HHS0N," PERHAPS.
One Teschea the Principles of Money by
Chart a la Pedagogae, and from the
"Soosd Ioncy" Point of View Tbe Other
IVasos Eloqaent Orer the Witchery of
the White Metal Mew Danger im Front
of the Gold BeaerreL
Washington, Feb. 2 The atnoto freo
toinago substitute for the house bond
hill was debated five hours in the senate
yesterday afternoon, and for three hours
at the night session. Nevertheless
the pressure from the members for time
to present their views is so great that It
seems possiblo now that the debate may
be run over into next week. The speeches
so far have leen tame and dry. There
were two notable exceptions, however,
yesterday. Johnson of North Dakota
and Johnson of California, both Repub
licans, but on different sides of the silver
question, afforded entertainment and per
haps instruction. The former was once a
school teacher, and brought the methods
of the school room into the hose.
Kot "Coin's" Financial School.
Ho placed some charts in front of the
speaker's desk, illustrating graphically
the rise and fall of prices in this country,
the production of silver, the price of wheat
in India measured in silver, and pointer
In hand like a professor to his pupils ex
plained converging and diverging lines.
Johnson of California, on the other hand,
mode a fiery protest against the passago
of the bond bill which attracted general
attention and won the applause of the sil
ver men. He urged the Kupuulicans not
to ignore silver and warned them of the
dire consequences that might follow if
they did. His wit was so trenchant and
his bltwlo so keen that ho was frequently
applauded by those who were not in sym-
paiiiy witn aim.
Popular Election of Senators.
The feature of the senate session was
Turpie's speech in favor of popular elec
tion of senators. Ho spoke of the growth
of corporation influence. It was notorious
that the central bureau of this malevolent
coporato power is at the capitals of the
various states whenever a United States
senator is chosen. Destroy this rule of
the trust by giving to the people the eleo
tion of senators nnd the ballot; of opinion
is restored, uuawed and unbought. The
senator referred to the deadlock in Ken
tucky and the .previous one in Delaware,
and pointed out the growing dangers of
loaviiur the choice of senators with legis
latures instead of with the people.
WOULD FORECLOSE OX TUEM.
Secretary Smith Tells the Home Commit
tee Ills Views of the PaciHe Roads.
Washixgton, Feb. 7. Secretary Smith,
of the interior department, was before tho
houso committee on Pacific railways and
told the committee what bo would do
and with thom. In brief ho would forecloso
sell them. Concerning the' granted lands
of the Union and Central Pacific com
panies tho secretary recommended that
instead of proceeding to patent these lands
to the road congress pass an act of for
feiture which would exempt bona fldo
purchasers of lands from the railroad com
panies and provide for p.itcriting their
lands to bona fide purchasers.
The general subject of tin- government's
relations to the roads l)einr taken up Sec
retary Smith was asked by Boatner
whether it was possiblo to hava a fore
closure on the roads carried out without
"Yes, sir," answor-d the secretary.
'There would be no uifficulty. We fhould
approach this mat tor solely as the repre
sentatives of the government's interests.
Other parties can bo trusted to represent
themselves." Whilo he was utterly op
posed to government ownership the secre
tary said tho threat of government own
ership should not prevent tho government
from foreclosing and making a re-sale.
As for the lease of tho control to the
Southern Pacific, foreclosure would wipe
that out, as that contract had been made
subject to tho government's lien. Secre
tary Smith said that any purchaser of tho
roads could pay a fair rate of interest on
bonds, pay a fair sum every year for tho
redemption of bonds, and still have a
handsome profit. If the company stood
ready to purchase tho roads of the govern
ment, giving first mortgage bonds at 3
per cent., and making a small yearly pay
ment on the principal, the offer should be
' COUNTRY IS SAFE ENOUGH NOW,
Fitxalmmons and Matter Can't Fight in Any
of Oar Territories.
Washington, Feb. 7. The senate, real
izing the necessity for prompt action,
took up the houso no-prize-fight-in-tho-tcrritorles
bill and passed it without a dis
senting vote. So it only needs the pres
ident's signature to become a law. No
promulgatirn of the law will be neces
sary. Tho law becomes executive from
the moment it is signed by the president,
and all persons must at their peril take
cognizance of its enactment. Indeed, un
der well established law as Hold down in
the settled opinions of the United States
supreme court any persons violating its
provisions on the same day, but after the
hour in which it is signed, would be liable
to all the penalties of the act.
The authorities, in advance of the law's
signature, will not say what course they
will take to prevent its violation, but ex
press absolute confidence that the fight
will not take place on United States soil
after the act is signed by the president.
The governor of Ner Mexico is in hearty
sympathy with the movement to break up
the fights, and the Catron bij was framed
largely at his suggestion In order to stop
them. It is probable the United States
district attorney and marshal for New
Mexico will be instructed promptly to see
that the fight doe no take place. The war
department would co-operate with the de
partment of justice in this movement by
the use of troops.
SEW MATTER TO WOBBT ABOUT.
Suppose the "Endless Chain" Should Be
the "Old Stocking- After AIL
Washington, Feb. 7. The treasury
yesterday lost $1,073,800 in gold coin and
$10,400 in bars, leaving the true amount
of the reserve $45,298,779. Notwithstand
ing the success of the new loan, fears are
entertained that a considerable share at
the gold offered la payment will have
been withdrawn, from the treasury for
that purpose. In anticipation ot the loan
the ffold Withdrawn fmm t.hn tman
I during the month from Jan. 4 to Feb. i
I amounted to t7.319.5ii which added tn
yesterday's withdrawals makes an aggre
gate of about a,5,0u0. The magnitude
of tho subscriptions to the loan calls at
tention to the fact that the total amount ot
gold coin and gold certificates in circula
tion in tho United States is less than
; The natural inference is that a great
number of bidders must have depended
upon getting their snpply from the treas
ury or outside sources. What will be the
result upon the reservo is a matter ot
grave concern, and whilo it is expected
that it will be augmented by at least
(iu,uuu,uuo as a result of the present sale.
it is not so apparent that on the date the
last installment becomes duo the reserve
will not havo been reduced to a point not
greatly in excess of the tlOO.OOO.OOO re
Uhl Will Salt Emperor Wllhelm.
Washington, Feb. 7. It is still posi
tively stated that Uhl will get tho posi
tion of ambassador to Germany, the delay
in his nomination beinir duo. it is said, to
certain necessary formalities. It iscus-
luiuury, ii appears, in making sucn ap
pointments to ascertain first whether the
person selected will be persona grata to
the government to which it is proposed to
accredit him. Word has now come from
Berlin that Uhl's appointment would not
only bo unobjectionable, but would be
welcomed with gratification by the em
peror, so that nothing now remains to be
done but to send the nomination to the
Can Get No Word from Johannesburg,
Washington, Feb. 7. No word has
some to the state department from United
States Consul Knight, at Johannesburg,
for a week past, and it is understood that
the consul has not received any communi
cation forwarded by the state department
in that time These conditions will prob
ably lead the department to institute at
once an inquiry to ascertain whether or
not there has been any unauthorized inter
ference with tho consul's telegrams.
LOOKS WARLIKE IN KENTUCKY.
Militia To He Called Ont to Help Elect a
United States Senator.
Louisville, Feb. 7. A special to Tho
Courier-Journal from Frankfort s;iys:
The Republicans last night at secret cau
cus In tho rooms of Dr. Godfrey Hunter
decided to establish a military guard over
the joint sessions of the legislature on the
election of a United States senator. There
were present at the conference besides Dr.
Hunter, Governor Bradley and Adjutant
The Hunter managers announced to the
governor that something had to be done.
It seemed certain that when Tompkins and
Kaufman were unseated tho Democratic
sennte would retaliate instantly and
would not permit tho unseated Republi
cans to go into the joint session, tho
Democrats having the chief sergeant at
arms nnd doorkeeper.
They also stated that quite a number ot
Senator Blackburn's friends were going
to be sworn in as deputies in -order to
help keep out tho unseated Republican
senators. This furnished the basis for the
request for the mi'itia. It is said that
nothing will lie doiu until Mondny, as
Ijicuten.'int Governor Worthington will
be out of tho city ui 11 then.
PRESIDENT OH THE NEW LOAN.
Chief Executive Says It Is Drawing Golden
Hoards to the Treasury.
New Yobx, Feb. 7. The Evoning Post
publishes an interview with President
Cleveland regarding the bond issue in
which he says: "From such information
as comes to me from various private
sources, I convinced that more small
holdings of gold will be drawn into the
treasury by tho present arrangement then
appear on the surface. Tho small coun
try banks, for instance, which are buying
bonds for their customers, havo made
their bids through their New York and
Boston correspondents and this give the
loan the appeurance of having been taken
up by tho big financial institutions, al
though as a matter of fact not a little of it
will ultimately come from the small in
vestors." ' Iowa Legislative Summary.
Des Moines, Feb. 7. The senate re
ceived many petitions asking the removal
of the Bonaparte dam and legislation for
mutual beneficiary organizations. Bills
Introduced: Governing building and loan
associations; regulating farmers' live
stock mutual insurance organizations;
increasing the support fund of the boys'
industrial school; making $500 the mini
mum amount involved in cases of appeal
to the supremo court; punishment for
grave robbing. The house spent the
greater part of the session considering the
bill to prevent gambling, but killed the
proposition. Bills introduced: Prohibit
ing poultry from running at large in a
city; providing for uniform insurance pol
icies; providing a home for epileptics.
The senate code revision committee de
cided to recommend tho adoption ot a res
olution shutting off the introduction of all
bills except legalizing acta and appropria
tions after Feb. 80.
Chamber of Commerce Resolves,
NEW York, Feb. 7. The Chamber of
Commerce has adopted tho following reso
lution: "That this chamber recognizes
with grateful pride the confidence of the
people in the financial strength of the
country as expressed by the large sub
scriptions to the government loan. The
chamber believes that the extraordinary
success ot this loan should dispel every
doubt as to the ability and Intention of
the United States government to redeem
all its obligations in the best money of the
world." - ,
Cattle Pedigree Forger Insane.
Ha rkodsb C KG. Ky ., Fe U. 7 Randall Lit
sey, who forged pedigrees of certificates of
transfer ot Jersey cattle, has been tried
here and declared by a jury to ba insane.
He was prosecuted by the American Jer
sey Cattle club ot New York. Litzey's
forgeries cover several years and affect
pedigrees all over the country, as he was
aa extensive dealer.
Another Fatal Building Collapse.
OAKLAND, CaL, Feb. 7. By the col
lapse of a two-story building in course of
construction, James Hurley, a lather, was
instantly killed and six other mechanics
working on the structure were seriously
Be Guilty ef a Girl's Diatb.
06KAL006A, la, Feb. 7. The jury found
Gunn and Boatman, indicted for the
murder by abortion of Irene Sevecf at
STILL PURSUE JUDGE RICKS.
Knights of Labor Waat That Ceagrsss
Ineul Report Unearthed.
Cleveland. Feb. 7. District assembly
No. 47, Knights of Labor, at a meetiug
here instructed its master workman to re
quest Representatives Burton and Beach
so recall the Kicks investhra tion to the at
tentioa of con cress. The investis-ation
was made by a congressional committee a
year ago on charges of Improper use of
States court of northern Ohio.
A report was made at that timo be the
majority of the committee exonerating
Judge Ricks, and a minority report was
TjreDA ft a I in if mfc & HiffT ife nnnln-
sion. Every local assembly of the Knights
ot ioor in umo was also requested to
use similar action with regard to the rep
resentatives in their districts. The object
is to reopen the inquiry.
Proceedings in Congress Briefed.
Washington, Feb. 7. The senate sent
over to Monday the resolution to re-com
mit the tariff bill. Turpie spoke in favor
of eletion of senators by the peupla. The
balance of the session was devoted to dis
cussion of the proposition to distibute D
propriation bills among the committees.
unison opposing the change. The ami
prize fight bill was passed.
The day in the houso was devoted to dir.
cussion of the silver substitute for tho
bond bill. A night session was held and
a number cf speeches made, the houss
taking a recess to today.
No New Trial for "Bat" Shea.
ALBAN7, Feb. 7. Judge May ham has
denied the n.ot'.oa for a new trial for
"Bat" Shea. His reason, he said, tor so
dociding is that the confession of Mo
Gough was not supported by his evidence
given before the commission appointed by
tho governor, aud placod in contradiction
to the evidence ot the witnesses for tha
people at the trial was lacking in con
Urination In many instances. There is no
appeal from tho decision and Shea will
be executed next Tuesday.
John Hays Hammond est Ball.
Pretokia, Feb. 7. John Hays Ham
mond, the American mining engineer
charged with the leadership of the late
uprising in Johannesburg, has been liber
ated on bail.
The Old and tha Now Kavy.
The old Constitution could with lier
best gunst at 1,000 yards, pierce 23
inches of oak, about the thickness of her
own bull at water line. The five-eighths
inch steel covering at the Atlanta's wa
ter line bad nearly the tame resisting
power as the Constitution's 22 inches of
oak. The Atlanta's six inch guns will,
at 1,000 yards, bore through surface
having 20 times the resisting power of
berown or the Constitution's bull at
water line. At the same range ber eight
inch guns pierce 14 inches of iron.
New York FlnaaeiaL
New York. Feb. &
Money oa call wa firm at i per cent.
prune mercantile paper &jtg per cent.;
sterling; exchange steady, with actual buai
nuw in baukerV bills at S4!4 for de
mand and 4-ff 417Vi for sixty days: postel
rates. 7'-4' and &i$i&!-,: eommureial
Bilver certificates, fi: sales, 10,000; bar
silver. 67?.; Mexican dollar. Hi'.i.
United states government bonds irregular;
new ii registered, lis: do oupou. lltei
St registered. 112; as coupons, 112; 4s
registered, lull; 4's coupons, Uv;4; Zs regis
tered, Wa: Pacific a s of Uu, KB.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
The following were ths quotation oa the
Board of Trad, today: Wheat February,
opened AOs, closed 6&xc; May, opened ess,
closed STe; July, opened o7?a3, closed 0s.
Corn February, nominal, closad wic; May,
opened Sugo, closed HJ'ic; July, openej
81c. closed 81Ja Oate February, opened
1!HC closed 19'i: Hay, opened 21 Sc. closed
21Vjc; July, opeuel 21ia, closed 21c Pork
February, openel fldsu. closed 1J 8. H: May.
opened lu.6i, olosedtlO.aTix- Lard February,
opened ti.6U, closed (3.57)s; May, opened
tibJ, closed j.7i a,
- Produce: Butter Extra cream r, 183
per lb. : extra dairy. 17c: packing stock 7(itda.
lgg Fresh stock, 12lc per dozen. Drees
poultry spring chickens, 8;i3 per lb.
old hens, ?W9s; router, 6b; turkeys, II
&12c;duckm 1013c; geese, Sa)Sa Potatoes
Burbanks. lwaSo per bu. eweet potatoei
Illinois, UZkSAO) per bbL Apples Fair to
choice. ll.5JW3.T5 per bbi. Honey White
clover, l lb-aectKins, fancy, i2!yc$ld3 per lb.;
broken comb, 10llc: extracted, ft eoo. Uraa
berriuSk Cape Cod, tiao&ittj per box.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Feb 4.
Live Stock Prices at the Union Mock
Yards today ranged as follows: Hogs Esti
mated receipts for the day. 21.01J; sales
ranged at U.axJ.2tl pigs. 27H right,
f4.0Uj$.03 rough packing. t4.lk).27H mixed,
and t4.0uAs.27H heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day.
9,000; quotations ranged at W S5$t75 choice
to extra shipping steers. ta.S5is.tfJ good to
choice do., ia.tfjlg.4. 10 fair to good. t3.2S(t3 Sj
common to medium do., Ki.0$il4j butchers'
steers, ti60a.AI stackers, J.K$3.tW feeders,
l.eUft3.J cows, ti-WO-'M heifers, tiouldj
bulla, ti7ir5l9J Texas steers, anl li5JxS4-2i
Sheep Estimated receipts for the day,
13.0J0; sales ranged at i.751.U westerns
$2. luro3 00 Texas, 42.00 flWJJ natives, sad ti.0J
Tha Loesil Markets.
Corn New, M9Kc.
. miMAih. S14AS19 nnlan 111 wild Wt
Oi; slough, S70SS; baled. eSttSlS.
Batter Fair to choies, 16cC18c; fresh cream
Eggs Fresh, lS'4c.
Pool try Chickens, Sc.
Cattle Batchers pay for eora fed steers
SKctMc; cow. and heifers, tit COS it c; calve,
Children Cry for
Pitched Ccctcrla. .
Wsaesb.wmaCnftLsbe erledfor Calprsa.
BLA6KIN6 APPUFIi Aim
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons.
A Woman's Youth.
Health ami llattiiimtiofi-n
vim ihii Willi irirlliwod,
When docs the MiKht come? Too oflce
when the boon nf motherhood should ra
ttan lilt-'s haitrrinr . "When Iwil.v rnme.
nrnun nrpnnm ' is many a womnn rtnrr-
krnce. Hut thousands who have Ix-lir-ed that
the viffor. mercy nnd joy of henlth m rrc j-.c
lurcvex, nave uccn rcioicrd im tins one. "i-ot
hl'teeu years I've
been afflicted wilb
ation and enlarge
ment of the uterus.
nave failed to i
lieve. Last Xlnv a
ij.mu T. k-aj
specialist said I was
a total m reck -no
help frrae. I learn-
ed of Wild Olive nnd
UP MB. MKS.T.I
rra, N. V. This is
nut one of the thou-
Mwla thnt haw
been cured by these re medics. Wild Olive is
a. local treatment. It will nloneenre a mi-
jorityctf these cases. Mvrtle Tomie Vapidly
builds op the irrm-ral henfth nnd strengthen.
vne nerviras system. The r com Minn In Ml rr
Mlcw are the most common-sen trtim-tic
mn.ic. Cures are ouh kcr than l.r any other
iodhHl nnd ixrni.tmnt. I'hvk-uin's tn-nt-ment
inexpensive, tlianKreealiie. annnlly tnrf.
cvtual. Cure vonrsell quti-klv nt home. The
renieilies areSl . each. tS.-.mi.lc and a hrlotul
trenti. I'KI'I'. VICTOR MKI'ICAL
H3SIH.1A 1 lo.. south Ucnd, Indiana.
Mas. M. J. Sargent, Agent,
IIS Thlrtjeeven'.hSt., Twelfth sve, RockJIsland
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods at
1807 8ZCOND AVESUS.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
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The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper Hons Block
TratyrFirst Strcst AOtfci
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
Thii addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot in it hat
ttpon it a fine walnut, elm,
hackberry, or other laree
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 la
nn city. Apply to
hL If. STURGEON,
FOR A QUICK AJTrJI WNN SHTVT
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ee Bros. rYcnsjCsssasLMasa. USA-
Wholesale Grocers. Bock Island
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lally. tUaily except f utidsy.
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Dally except Sundsy.
OCK ISLAID PeoUA RaILWAT
k tsmial W a . m
Rswern Ex. rrWTrlTtiy .
Ponsa t Louis Us J &'
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7 tin m
a rn am
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m,i ar- cr"r2:-"' w"i
, -.- - , Mmui earner laau f ime
D l ULIKCirON. CKDAB RArTDS
North- KaUwsy, dspot foot ef Brad
Psv port Train..
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tft :HU ib .-& pai
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fivtnf Month and rest. No. IS runs bat
v-uar -apws ana w l upeilf.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
L Iloek Island ,
r? H a r
4 as am
SSOaa 1 40 pa
SOSaa 1 pa
11 sa imps
4 10 pa Saa
10SO pa It sis
t M pa seipa
4 Mpa SBxaa
II 16 pa
I OS pro ttfpa
I , il t I "y r
7 OS pa
Twentieth M Depot
Ar Bloi ingtoa...rtri
si luaianapoiis .......
Ar Iat-ilie.. ........
Ar Usyum.. ...........
Ar fJolnabos... ...... .
10 SO am
Ar 6t Loola...........".
ar i-inrois.... .....
t 5 am
II 10 aa
1 10 pa
Ar Terre Hanie ....
EOCK ISLAND TO IT. LOUIS.
Train leaving Bock Island at 8.-O0
- m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through I'tkin, Ilar
ana. Springfield and Litchfield.
Lines east of Peoria carry thronrh
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
John Volk 5c Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders