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ROCK ISLAND ARQXJS.
BOCK ISLABD, ILL., THURSDAY, APBLL 18S6
House Wrestles Awhile with the
VHAT PEODUCID THE DEFIGIEKCT?
O farm or Throw Illaaslnatlna oa It freta
Ike Itepablfreae) Protective Tariff ratal af
Vlew mm Fatlena Replie with a Broad-
Ma at lha -"hermaa- Law Tha Tennee-
asaaa AnmMH Hlaaerlf tha Itcpresaata-
tlrw af rrasideat Cleveland.
.iniNGTO, April TVhile the house
WM rnra.id In committee on tho (undry
rlTll bill a numtxr of amendment carry
ing appropriation wcro adopted until
Cnnnon sind to think money was be
Inn too five! voted and opposed one of
thn propcd Appropriation. Ho ald
that tha straightened condition of the
tn a-ury would nut warrant the expcndl
turn, and thcn-hy precipitated a political
finwrenor In reply rxprcseed hi, regret
that the chalrmnn of tho appropriation
ronimlttre felt it Incumbent upon him
self to make tich an announcement. Eco
nomy waa ono thing, parismony another:
tint wothj than either was the exUtonoe
of puMlo nccesalty for tha expenditure of
tinmcy and the acknowledgment that con
pre could not f urnish it. "That admis
sion," ha said, "we mart accept." II
n-ferred toth3 great demand of commerce
which mast bo met with tho declaration
of conirrm of Its Inability to meet them.
Attack tha Vlloa Tariff Art.
Ho pointed out that tho receipt nndcr
tho present tarllT l.iw for tho Crst nineteen
Month wore tlil,0,ijiwt over 7,0uu,000
b'low tho expenditures, and contrasted
tho receipts under that law with tho to
Cjlpt under the law of 1WO, when they
trirrritnteit o'K.ikki.OOO for tho Orst ninc-t.-en
months. Tho condition of the reve
nues brought about hy tho domination of
tho party that condemned legislation for
t!ie pMtertion f American industry and
Undertook to loUlato for revenuo only
eiinipelle I economy. I'nxpority to tho
treasury and tho peoplo would not corno
a lunjr as thn prem-nt tnrlll law remained
tu tho atntutn bonk.
Inraiw Tas Compared to Piraey.
"If the Inoomo tax h.nl not bcon tin.
rtnred unconstltntlonal," Interpmul Tal
Lert (Urn.) of soittli Carolina, there
wool, l ivn hivn no detU-lL"
tih, Mr. Chairman." replied Gmsrcnor,
nitglit have (tone out on tho hlcUwns
and comtiilttiil plnuy to procure money,
the imn I roMd-ry; I ho other uncoiistitu
tiroarrnor's remark drew thn fire of
I'utterwin IVm.) i.f Ten n. v. llo
would not havo replied. In? said, had it
Hot linen for the f.vt that the gentleman
fro?u Ulilo apiM-.tn-l atlm mivanco otrent
f tint eomiii'i MeK.nl' T ndmlnlvtriition.
When lim.-er Cleveland rotlmd In Is-)
thn cretilt f thn government was nnque.
t limed l.y tho worl.L He attributed tho
fnancM ill tlHit followed to tho fher
mmi stiver pur. huo netol !, which re
duced ynUl receipt at tho custom house
to less I linn 4 per rent.
Canal ry In IMstres Kvsr Slnre.
J'roni that day the rountry had Kvn In
tllnlresfS and hnttisiittetl thnt It was not
fair to say that the result nf n lawdtir
In such a period were normal. With
limeii vehemence ho declared that thn fi
ll im liil Iimuo was pimmount. The friends
nf Iho Ohl.i camll laid could not relegate
thi question to tho rear. They had
slrmhlleU the question and now citmn be
fore tho country say In it that tho solo rem
edy for vxlstln conditions was tho fur
ther taxation of the pei, pie. Hut ho warned
the 11 publicans that they could not
rcpc tliu main Issuu In which tho wholo
roNinnn t.il World wa Interested, nnd ho
predicted th.it If tho Ohio randirlate wns
iiomln.itc.l on the Ohio platform he would
be doomed to defeat.
I'alletwm' t'rnleotlal lrmanral-
"t h. If my fellow DeiunrniK" ho aald
With outstretched arms to his Democratic
rollenatie, imt felt a I do." This appeal
ws trneted vtith derisive Ji-ers from many
.f ll lVmncr.tt. "I know you will
I.niirh." hn continued, "but I Insist that
I? t lie IK nu.rr.it party would stand for
t. ir.tt reform and sound money It would
retf.ttti tie- l orill.ienre of tho jsvplo nnd bo
retained in power."
tri v. ni r plL-d In a witty speech.
When n Riiilin-.-n.lor came from aforeiirn
country, lie 0,1. he was a-Ue 1 to produce
hi credential to show wh-iui ho repre
sented. t,.n h. n-k.-ti, did tho Rent Io
nian from Tennewe n prcsont?
"" f. IIII KIUXM CLI-.VFt.AJU.,
Aada llaiminin Mcniin-r I'mpwi to Mng
"I reprr-MMi: the ndininitratlon of
tirovcr Cleveland," replied l'.itters.m.
"Ixt n sinir thj Dovolocy." hoiitcd a
tnemU'r en the lVmox r.tulcsldo amid jren
er.il Isuttlit. r.
' The i;cnt!cman w'll sinly a-vept tho
a-entleiuan's cntlentials." called eait
ltiil.y, but tlnwvenor U 10k hi head, lie
doubted, ho Siti l, wheth. r I'attersen n p-r-s,nt'l
even liim-elf without a stniple.
lln rnlleil attention to a n-ei-nt catlieruiir
i.f lVmoerats In Tenn-s.-e which had de
clared f r free colnacA IVmjcr.itlc np
pl ii. )
"The rrntleinan,"continued Orosvcnor,
"l!il to Missouri and entered upon a
t ilirrimair for the enlightenment of that
hctilclitod state, and a he paed through
M. Uiuis on Ins return he was pnvteil
witli tlie announcement that the .Vlaourl
'' j u.oti tc Chleado would be for fr-
si I vi r Able 11 the rent I man Is, hn
om a.thoiit creilentl.it. lie Is a Ktlnr
nll.i." When sim lsly cjraln suiraint.-t
that IVktterson n-riri'eiitetl Cleveland.
tri. raal that Cleveland had not Isvn
able t.. r l y a majority of hi own p-rty
In eilh. r hr.inch tf ronitresa. 11 waa an
l-limwl,!.-; hand w.s against every
lvni icr.itir oriranlxvtion.
He atlnil:vi, amid tnorh naerrlinent,
that the presumption wa that anylwly
who was aiwav sj.unst a majority e.f the
IX-moc ratio party wa always ritht. As
be eancl'ided with aoma worJs aboat the
Interment of the remains of the XVruccracy
In November, the clerk reading from the
bill shouted: SuperintendDU of na
tional eemeterle." This convulsed tha
ttosjsw atfaln, and Meredith (Dctn.) oC Vu-
(rlnla shouted above tho noiso that his side
could nut be buried in a national ceme
Later, Bowers (Rep ) of California, an
ardent irce silver Republican, renewed
the merriment ly resenting the attacks
Diaao lis the manufacturer of Phila
delphia and the fridJ pr.- on the silver
itepubitcasa, and otier d a scries of satiri
cal resolutions to tho effect that tho M
er crsnk" shouli bo exp-.lled from con
irres. "Vote, vote," houtsd somo of tho
Tho resolutions Indorse 1 the gold plat
form of Grovcr Cleveland. "ln which tho
Republicans have soeured a r.-vjrsionary
Interest," opplaudel back oflU-iai who
wcro In oinresj looking after their inter
tstd, and condemned th.nj who wera r.p
n-scntinjr the silver mine owner.
ELECTION IN KIIU1IE ILAM
Bapnblleaa Kiate Com-nittee Predicts a
l'er Victory Thw Let Vesr.
PkoviiiESCE, April a Election day in
tM state proved an Ideal one for the voter,
and throughout thn htato the indications
aro those of a very heavy vote, A strange
feature has been thj disappearance of a
Ountest over tho statu ticket and fights
have been entirely on "local issues. Con
tests over tho assemblymen wero closely
foucht in Johnson, Cumljerlnnd, Wester
ly, Cranston nnd Central i'aUs. Kirly
l.ut niht tho il-pub!icnn stata comuiit
toi pntiictetl tli it it victory would bo
larger than that of last year.
L.tTElL With only five districts in the
tatj to hear from ti ivernor Lippitt is re
elected by a plurality of over 10,001. The
total Volo with live missing districts Is as
follows: For governor Lippltr, Rep.,
5,113; LlttltflelJ, 1-iu., lo.KH; Lippitt'
plurality, 9,477. Lnst year (iovernor Up
pitt carried the statu hy 10,721. and his
plurality I Lis year will be about the same
!l;rurrs. Tho Uemoerata acknowludpo that
the electiou is a clean sweep for the Re
publicans as they havo lost Cumberland
In tho assembly lllit anil the Republicans
fairy Providence. Tho LVmoerats will
have thrco memucrs in tho assembly, a
loss of five over Inst pear.
Michigan brand Army Encampment.
SAOINAW, April ".General Walker,
commander-in-chief of the G. A. R , nd
dresed tho stato encampment of the wt
crans yesterday, speukiuz chiefly on the
stati.liiiir of the O. A. 1C in New Knsland
and eastern states, recently v.sited by
him. General William Sluikesn-.iru, of
Kalamnzon, was elected department com
mander. Mrs. Amanda J. Halstead, of
Concord, wa chosen department presi
dent of th-j W. R C.
Ksplalna New Hampshire's Action.
ConcoKIi, April S Senator Chandler
writes S n itor Lo lj-j explaining the ac
tion of the state convention in indorsing
both Reetl and Mclvinlyy. s.iyinir that the
plank was a concussion of t oo R tt men
to thn McKtnley sentiment. Chandler
says ho acipiie-ced in tho concession,
though ho known It to have Iven cowardly,
nsilieK.nl men outnumbered tho Mc
Racceeite In KnmlnstiniT a SJ.in.
FrHtNGMKl l, ti , Aril -J. Walter. L.
Weaver, ( Clark county, was nominated
forcoueres on tho r?.ir.l Lallot at the
N.vcnth dibtrict R-p'tblii-.m .convention.
DIVINE HEALE.'t ORDERE3 TO LEAVE.
Behradrr IVclnreil a NnLsance In tlio
Ciscisnati, April A man named
Rclinuler, calling hlms.lf the divino
healer, has been in Cincinnati since Sat
unlay last freely healing tho sick, as ho
styles his work. Ho wears a peculiar
robe, and on his head rests a ci own of
thorns, tho Inner thorns mode harmless
by cutting off tho points, lie claims that
his power is transmitted from his hands
or even from his clothing.
Yesterday he was brought before, tho
mayor, chief of polico and tho health of
ficer for examination. Tho health officer
told him pointedly that he was not only a
nuisance by blocking tho streets, but ho
was a menace to tho health of the com
munity by passing his unwashed hands
over tho faces of hundreds of people, ismny
of whom are diseased. Tlu health olllccr
ordered htm to leave tho city at once.
Schroder promised to go.
Work of the low Legislature.
I)Es MotNEs, April 3. Tho house passed
the sjnato bill (riving cities of tho second
class greater powers of taxation for build
ing sewers, olid tho house bill giving the
railway commissioners power to make tho
names of stutions an.1 postotlioe corre
spond when tho people so desire. In tho
senate a bill was introduced to make tho
militia more effective. Tho bill paseJ al
lowing Scott county f 112 expense incurred
In the transportation of insane people not
belonging In the county. Tho b.ll was
defeated nllowingcx-Auditnr Itrown tl.OU
for expenses incurred defending his titlo
to ofUce ten years ago. The liquor manu
facturing bill was taken up and debated
all afternoon without action.
Inter-State Uase Rail Lea;ae,
TOLEIK), O., Apr J 2. After six attempts
to form an Inter-state leaguo the task wa
finally accomplished in this city yvstcr
day. The leaguo as formed consists of
Wheeling, W. Vo.; Newcastle and Wash
ington, Pa.; Toledo and Youngstown, O. ;
Saginaw and Jackson, Mich., and Fort
Wayne, Ind. Tho league will r.pply for
national protection under class 11 and the
salary limit will be f l.l.X
Oen. Ilarrisoa at New York.
New Yokk. April S. General Itenj imiu
Harrison arrived at the Fifth Avenue
hotel yesterday. Ho was accompanied by
l. M. Itansdcll, ex-marshal of the Dis
trict of Columbia, and his private Secre
tary. Kuoscll Harrison and Mrs. McXee
will arrive in tho latter part of the week
and remain for the wedding of the cx
president and Mrs ll'mmiek.
Mtorm Wa. the Worst la Teara.
Milwai'kek, April x. Report from
northern Wisconsin show that the snow
Term, whkh lasted until noon yest-rJay,
wathe w irt In years. Ranks of snow
ten feet d -cp blockade the atreeU of Ash
land and business I suspended. Railroad
traffic 1 at a tandstm all tbrouga the
A coarse of lloodV Sarsapsrllla
tbi spring mtr be the means of
keeplog yon well sod hearty all mm.
CAPTURED AT LAST
A Skillful Rascal Who Has Been
Hunted for Years.
GREATEST "1ISSLUT OF THE AGE.
Conld with Pea and Ink Successfully Coun
terfeit facte Ram Best Engraved Notes
A Tradition of tha Secret Servlca Fi
nally Materialized Into a Fact, Kama of
Emanuel linger. Who Is Also a Granger
f New Jersey.
New York, April s. Emanuel Xinger
wa arrested last night and confined in
Ludlow street jail in default of tSO.OUu
bail. The secret service agents of the fed
eral government believe that they have
solved the secret of this mysterious man's
life, and at the same time have a counter
feiter who has baffled all their effort for
seventeen years. It ia a case that has been
handed down by many a retiring chief of
tho secret service to his successor. It was
in 1979 that the government detectives
first began a hunt for a ponman who by
hi painstaking handicraft and nrtistio
skill could with simple pen, ink and
paper so successfully imitate a costly en
graved United States greenback or bank
note that it defied detection by any except
Like tha Itaseless Fabric of a Vision.
They found traces of his work in many
parts of the country, but every time they
thought they hod a definite clue he would
vanish, and they would be csmpelled to
begin their chose all over again. Agent
Georgo Bnggo, of tho secret service, is of
tho opinion that Xinger la the man they
have been looking for so long. Baggo
claims that Xinger has made a confession
and has surrendered tho pans, ink and
paper which be used in making the coun
Also Itan a Small Jersey Farm.
Xinger has lived on a small farm near
Flagtown, X. J., for years. His neighbors
noticed that ho had a strange habit of
disappearing several times a year. Occa
sionally ho would be away from homo for
weeks at a time, but none of tho village
gossips undertook to learn tho reason.
JURY REFUSES TO CONVICT.
Although tlie Judge Says the Evidence Is
Totitive of Oullt.
Detroit, April 2. Xo conviction was
had in tho United States court in the
trial of John C. Bodewig, George W.
Johnson nnd Earnest M. Jewett, three of
tho men who are alleged to have been
Concerned in the wrecking of a Chicago
and Grand Trunk train at Battle Creek
July 16, lMii, during tho great Americun
Railway Union strike. Tho indictments
charged the respondents with having con
spired to delay tho United State mail
by pouring soft soap on thj track of tho
railway nr.d by removing a rail from tho
track, wtiteh latter resulted in a wreck
In which Fireman Thomas Crowe was
Tho jary retired at 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon and at t:3'J announced that they
bad agreed to acquit Jewett, but dis
agreed as to tho other two. Judge. Swan
sent them back, remarking that tho evi
dence was positive nnd convincing. At
lust night tho jurors again an
nounced inability to agrco and wero dis
charged. WILL LIE IN A PAUPER'S GRAVE.
Cuban Insurgent Officer Iies at St. Lonla
Alessago to His Son.
ST. Louis, April 2. Colonel Placca
Jan z, aged C3, who recently commanded
a Cuban regiment, died at the city hos
pital hero as tho result of a wound re
ceived whilo escaping from tho military
prison at Pinnr del Rio, Cubs, on Feb. SO.
The colonel mado for tho coast, whero ho
went to sea in a skiff and finally succeed
ed in boarding tho Annio M., an Amer
ican Killing vessel bound for New Orleans.
Jarcz arrived hero one dny last week, but
he was sick nnd unable to work.
He went to tho city hospital where ho
died as tho result of tho wound nnd ex
posure. Colonel Jarez's last words to
thoso at his bed si do were: "send word to
my son to fight till the end for the cause."
His son's name is Gonzales Jarcz, and ho
is a captain under Colonel Ryder, of Ma
cro's army. As Colonel Jarez has no
friends in this city his remains will prob
ably occupy a pauper's grave.
Senate and House ia Itrlrf.
Washington, April 3. Most of tho day
in tho senate was devoted to George's
sjk-ccU on the Dupout caso (which was not
completed) and a discussion on subsidies
for ocean mails, tho Democrats claiming
that the subsidies were exewsivo and giv
ing figures to prove their contention. Call
offered a resolution to send a fleet to Cuba
and notify Spain that outrages must
cease, and if they do not, directing the
president to intervene with force. The
Iiostoffijo bfll was nearly completed.
Huller of North Carolina introduced a
bill prohibiting gold contracts.
The house nearly finished consideration
of tho sundry civil bill. A bill was passed
for a lighthouse on Xorth Manitou island,
Luke Michigan. An amendment to the
sundry civil bill was adopted appropriat
ing ft-O.omt to purchase the house in which
tews from Walter Grant Dygert.
Washington, April 1. Official advices
recMve 1 by the state department from the
representatives of the United States In
Cuba show that Dygert, the citizen of Illi
nois arrested by the Spanish authorities,
I alive and is well treated; that the
Spaniards have had, under consideration
tho question of his release, but after an
examination reached tho conclusion that
the circumstance which have come ti
light concerning his movements warrant
at least further inquiry before hiscasecan
be disposed of.
American Trot tins Aaaoriatloa.
CniCAt;o, April 2. The annual meet
ing of tho stockholders of the American
Trotting Asscriatioa of North America
wa held yesterday afternoon. W. R.
Alln a reflected president and J. it
Steiner, secretary and registrar. T. S.
Gorton, cf Chicago; Samuel Boyle, of
Lexington, and W. T. Ijatn. of Terre
Ilante. Ind., were elected the board of
TRAIN R033SRY IN INDIANA.
Five Men I-"xt the I'awB-rn and Dare s
light with a I'osra.
BREMEN, April 2. Oae of the most dar
ing train robberies tir.t ever occurred in
Indiana tojk plae on t!i3 Baltimore and
Ohio limited express at 4 o) clock yesterday
morning jmi before th train reached the
littlo town of Garreit. Feva men wearing
dark masks oror th?ir faS -s entered the
train, and whilo two guarded the doors
thr3e others pr.-sentod pistols at the heads
of the nassenrrs and. demanded their
money nnd watchet.
Theudore B.-ilstein, of 5010 Trinceton
avenue, Chicago, r-sistDd the robliers and
was beaten over tho heal with tho butts
W their pistols, his money and watch
tiken, after which, ha wis thrjwn
from the train, which was running at the
rate of forty miles an hour. The train
had just passed through Ga-rett and Beil
stcin manog'd, though badly injured, to
reach the station and give the alarm.
A dispatch was immediately sent to this
city to notify the ogent, and tho oflieers
were aroused and a poi3 of ctizeus qu ck-
ly assembled to arrest tho robbers. i'hey
were easily captured, baton the road to
jail one drew a revolver land fired. Tho
others broke avrav and & running A,' lit
ensued. One of the robfiers was shot fa
tally and another severely wounded. Tho
others got away.
Train Held L"p and Robbed.
St. Louis, April 3 The cannon-ball
train oa the Sc. Louis and San Francisco
line which arrived hero last night was
held up yestcrJay morning and tho ex
press car robbed by throe masked men.
one of whom paid his fare and roda in the
smoking car from Lebanon, -Mo., until
the time for action. Sir miles from Leb
anon the thugs began wo.k by stopping
tho tram and getting the drop on the en
gineer and liremau. They theu blow open
the safe and got perhaps 1,5J0, but tho
amount is not known. They escaped, but
a posse is after tlicm.
Diaz Approves the Doctrine.
Citt op Mexico, April 3. Ia his mes
6ago to congress President Diaz approves
of tho Monroe doctrine and makes recom
mendations looking to a combine of South
American republics under that doctrine
to resist Luropean aggression. lie is not
very clc ir, however, on tho Venezuela dis
pute, admitting that Mexico will not al
ways favor arbitratin of boundary ques
A cream of tartar taking powder. Highest
of all in leavening strength Luttst L'nltcd
SUitcs (VoivminoK Food Ilc)rf.
IioViL r.AKINO 1'OWDtll Cu , " F.W YoEK ClTT
Easter lilies, and a bright Easter
morning not to omit your
Easter ego-s are the suitable ac
companiments of tho plad re
awakening of nature and the
opopino; of spring, when a young
man's fancy lightly turns tj
thoughts of love and a new suit.
A man would feel very shabby,
indeed, if he hadn't had HOPPE
to prepare him' with a stylish
new suit of clothe for thisVlad
Owa Tour llotnt and Uavt U latamL
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, MitoheU Lynte b'ng.
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This Receipt for Five, Thousand One Hundred and Eighty-six'JDollars
and Thirty-five Cents (SJ.186J5)
gtf-:-. At. V US'
Being only one third of the amount purchased of the Chicago Title & Trust
Company, receivers for Kahn, Schoenburn & Co , one of the largest clothing
manufacturers of Chicago who failed some time ago. We bought this lot of
Suits for about 33K cents on the dollar. THIS IS A MIGHTY LUCKY
PURCHASE FOR YOU. as you can buy a FINE SPRING SUIT for less
than the CLOTH IN THE PIECE IS WORTH. K., S. & Co. have al
ways made the BEST CLOTHING MADE IN CHICAGO.
Think of It fine all Wool Suits
, worth $12 to $15 for only
Hundreds to select from all this season's make no old oods. We guaran
tee every garment to be First Class.
Picture taken. With
every carriage bought
of us before May 1 we
will give six of Jarvis,
White Art Co.'s best
Cabinet Photos of your
baby. The work and
upholstering on all car
riages aro the very best
ever sold for the money.
Take advantage of this
unusual offer on
Attend our Special Sale
on Bed lloom Salts this
week it will do you
good. A handsome
double top large beveled
mirror, suite 12. An- '
gora hair mattresses 5. .
Don't let any of these good
things get away.
& Carpet Co.,
321, 556, S28 Brady St, .
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