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HOGS ISXJLXXD. ILL.. THUBSDAY, HAT 14. 1S96.
WOE FOR VOLCOTT,
Teller's Crowd on Top in
SILVER SENTIMENT IN CAUCUS.
Likely to Prevail in the Con
vention. In Which Event the Other
Senator Must Resign.
OTHER REPUBLICANS MEET.
West Virginia Catches the
Same Epidemic Way Out in
Pciri.o. Col- May 14 Delegates
to the repubMcan state convention
meat here this evening. They have
already split into several factions
aad there la danger of a boll, should
the Teller factloa trj to condemn
Wolco'.t for his coarte toward silver.
Delegates from all eoaoties of the
i tat eicept one caucused this morn
ing and agreed on a plank in the
platform strong indorsing Senator
Teller's position on tho ailrer ques
tion. The Wolcott faotion threaten
to bolt if this is passed, which it prob
ably will be. In that case the Tel
ler men will demand Wolcott' resig
nation as United States senator.
Will Vlrslal Kaaabllcaaa,
Cf ARKsncao. W. Va.. May 14 The
republican state conrention met this
morning. Hon. Thomas K. Davis
was elected temporary chairman. In
a ?ech he declared McKinley al
ready nominated, and it only re
mained for West Virginia to ratify
the same. Enthusiastic cheers
greeted the announcement. The
usual committees were. appointodT
The convention instracted for Mo
Klnjey and declared for sound
Ul to WMklagto.
KvKKCTT, Wash., May 14. The
republican state convention will
meet thla afternoon. It will be at
moat solid for sound money and the
indications are the delegates will be
instructed for McKinley.
The A. 1. A. Saaraaia Coaacll.
WasniauTos. May 14. The su
preme council ot the A. P. A. con.
tinned the consideration of routine
matters today. Many resolutions
were introduced and referred to the
CEK I TWK M. K. ConrKRKNCK.
Whit Malra HMm aMra4 mm Thai
CleveLarii. May 14. In the Meth
odist conference today the report ot
the committee on missions to in
crease the contingent fnnd from $35,.
000 was adopted. The report of the
mmraittee on Episcopacy stated that
Hlhp Bowman and Foster were too
bid to stand their work and recom
mended their retirement al this con.
ference. HI i hop Foster created a
pathetic seen by requesting to be
permitted to retire at once and
Hishcp Bowman followed with the
lame request. Tho requests were
granted the white haired fathers.
l'l KtAr, M.iy U.-Tho d.-Uy In the
pnafuvtlne nf tho M,h.,llt gntml enn
fwn nr... owing to tho fnlln.of th-com-mltU-tM
. jnvnt tk.ir rjrM. h. about
at an end. With th.- .livtl..n f rh,. uuho a
ant! eonfrivnrv otllnT. whlrh Nvins thU
in.irnlnif. f hp ronr'r.'tv will gi t down to
mil mill! wurk nnil'fhr to mi now
mi are likely to U- fuH t lnTrt. Knllnw
In rhe rtrvtlen will mine ihv -rtlrmmt
A lhi Hmo limit qimrlon, ami ll-rp will
probably bo a spirited ron.n over th?i.
'The mnt lrnprrtnnl Milnr4 nt yviet
iliiy's KrMion waa th adoption nf a ivwMu
tlnn rhArurlna; Iha-Ntnanf the niMtng nf
the ipflHTul mntmr fMin the rtw f
M.iy to the flrt Werlnclay In May. There
w; murh ortirll apnrrlna amon the
rt. l.-Bi4, hut the brat of rMt pravntittl
tlini(inhint the wkm.
'tte utnmlttee tbrMed to recviumrml
thitt urn- uf the now bUhnpa be a ma a ut
Afriran iti.'wtit. The candidate of tho
e.l..rd iMegitta s Is Itev. 1. Uow.u, of
OumniMO Theoloeiml Inntituto. It was
li'ibd to rronunK-nd the niDtUia-
anra .f the ndaionary cunfetvovea la
AtrUa anil In bulla, and to have two con-
Icrx'tii-.-. tn.r.-til of one.
V m I nwrtallT aa te lh Motif.
Tho rmmi'tv on Itlnmwr will rwom
mnt thiit In rune r-a- the five Jmr limit
bp i-xt.-n.U'U one yrar by an appviby
tnenna-n-iBitlin to the quarterly coofiT
rttrr, whm it mut hate Ihrrr-niianrr
vx. afti-r whW h it mu n-rrtre tbr nita
or a nuj.itTf tho nthlnrtof pnxitlina'
riiii-r. imiiHline that of th ptviUin
eliUf hatlna- rhnr x4 the chnrrh. and
thn the Mhn nmt niMrnL Thla mav
bt done J'" afti-r ymr fur Ore ymra mak-
tnw iimip-M pomiltlA paeumtM U-n
ynrs. The laity rUim thaS ft will dVfmt
thla plan. A niltx-rtty committrr n-port
mUng (or the abolutirjent of the time
Mnat WUl t CBMUUeVI to the conference,
anil warn probably be supported by the
Laeal Prvaeaen Mtutat "Cfcaw."
The committee on aonsalidaUon of be
IieTolenoM approved the proposed nnion of
She tract and nUnaliiaianp anointi .'.,
oppoaed the cosublnlna; of the board of
muwuouana luv I rvallllAn i Aill auciety.
The reVlial committee wduml that there
be WvatiBMtl to the cantim ml.
quiring that one of the Int questions
attkvd In examining' caudidat- fur UcvnA-s
as local preachers luuxt be that Kgnrding
the uas of tobaceo. m fnunvd that a prom-
h wnouy aoanuu wui be neeeaaarf.
The propoaitloa t snbittitute the term
"wDraJ rhurch" ( -Uoly Catholic
ohurrh" In the discipline was defeated.
Na Chun AaiaMmrnt Kalea.
The ComtdrtPB on mUil- of thn riiun-h An.
elded In favor of adhering jto the pnnent
MTiuuu u cinHiif wmevrv boo tiuHin 01
jraoeral confen-nee. The amagemcat comr
nMtKe n-fuaed to nnmn anr of tha
ohanKa proNwrd n-mnllq amnsements.
Tk. 1 . 1 1 L t . 1 . -
BuntM nilnisM-rs In quartcry conference
I brlna OOTLlldcml bv tha ImikinI amn.
omy commlttve. The trnnjerance cotnmtt-
k is in nw nuiw 01 a not ngni on a ions;
series of reiHilutlons which those who op1
piMe them declare would tie the church to
the Prohibition pnrty.
McKinley ta Visit the Confrrcaea.
Caxtos, O., May 14. Governor and
Mrs. Mclvlnli-y leave tomnrrow evening
for Clurebuid to rrmnln the truest s of M.
A. llmuia tiver Sunday. They will at
tend the Methodist oonfen-nec. McKinley
on Saturday night will deliver a patriotic
address to thu conference on Washington.
ILLINOIS Q. A. R. ELECTS COCHRAN.
Selllvaa Maa to II Md tha lVpartueut
Other OHIrvra ( fawa.
Cairo May 14. Tho meetings of the O.
A. K. cnoamfhuant of Illinois yesterday
wetv harmotiliAis and much business whj
diswsed of. ' In the afternoon W. O. Coch
ran, of Sullivan, was elected on second
buHut eotmiuinder; A. A. Adiilr, of Oak
Piirk, aenior vice; L. B. Church, of Cairo,
Junior vice. Comnumdern C. C. Hnys, ol
Jollet, and A. L. frvhinyiff, of Peoria, were
the oppoMintr eandidntes for eommundur.
GnleHl.urn. Belleville, Danville, ttroator,
and ripiinKileld were contnitants for the
next encampment, and Gnlcsbunr was
choMcs. Other olHren iioininiiti'd wt-re
Dr. John Little, of Uloominfrtiin, for tied
fcl director, and A. P. Stravrr, of Puna,
and W. II: Jordan, if Urlmflcld, for chap
lain. Thcue and the delegates will be
The Winun's Iti:Uef cimi elected Mrs.
McCauhy, of Olney, iresklent; Mr. Klla
Hrraag. of Aurora, aenior, and. Mrs. Carrie
Alexander, of Bcnovllle, junior vice prcsl
dent. The Ssrlety of Intlieit of the Grand
Army fl-vtcd Mrs. A. E. Howell, of Chl
cagii, president; Jlrs. Charity Nicholnon,
of tialva, senior vk-e; Mm. 11. W. Estover.
ssitihswsii, Jinihsi lir, end Mnc-Jt-ty."
Th-hvts so tha M. Lmi Caavratioa.
ST. liOUrs, May 14. Colonel Timothy E.
Bymea, amjBsane-arra of the Repobll
enn national ronventlna, who has bena
here anwiil dnys vmmrina for the prrnt-
tvft orri afitl tOg has ret the Ptm
trart fnr that work t'tlooal tirms. Wood
ward It Tiertioa print the tickets, and the
Mi-rouid A- Jaccnrd J-welry coniiany will
prepare the Isiilges.
Armonr aad III Kanm (ity Uaads
KaxA4 City, May 14. Tho Armour
Company dln-hargod HW men. Fifty girls
In the tagging and trimming departments
then walked out and later tho company
diM'harged a large per ccntnge of lt cm-
Jilnyea. numbering fully MO and coming
mm en Ty department of the works. ThU
rtliK-cs the company's working force over
Two Had Hwlndlers Takra la.
Xrw York. May II James Crcgan and
Charles lleeke? were arrented at Newark,
X. J., yesterday. Thry are churgtil with
being two of the four men who some tlmo
agr raised a fli check on the Bnnk of Ne
vada, San FmnciHco. to OJ-J.ono and got
f.tMO of the tnouey In gold. The other
tWo were nipped at 'Frisco. v
Mesgratbairr Machlaa Low. .
Wuillixmooi, May II. The board of ex-iwlners-lirahlcf
In the patent office has
rendered a decision awarding priority of
invuntion on a type-settiirg and line-casting
machine to Jnarph C. FowUt over
Philip T. Dodge, president of the Mcrgen
thalcr Linotype eompany.
Aasoa's Colli flay Horse.
CnjCAGO, May 14. The nmpiro gave the
Chlcngn-Bottton ganio of base ball In this
city to Ihwton. Attbe end of tholenth
Inning each Mdo had four runs. AVhim
Bisrton went to bat in the eleventh the
"CoHs" playvd hnrsc, mufling balls pur-pos-ly
and gcricrnljy giving away the in
ning. The game will be contested. At
IouisviUe Bjjklj4i 4, Louisville 5; at
CJevclaud Philadelphia 4, Cleveland 14;
at Mttsburg Rain.
FataT Cplasioa at a Fir.
PtTTMiCnii. May 14-Dnring a Are In a
grocery in Allegheny last night an explo
sion orcunnl burning five men hatlly, ore
ofwhoro will probably die. Thelnjunnl
are; John Norton, tin-man, will probably
die; Jos Goher. fireman; Lee F.llcessnr,
tlraman: William Klchnrdon, policeman;
Knhert H. McKay, sifbctator. The explo
sion was rauwd by gas.
Asserlraa Honrs Wis la EnlajsV
London-, May 14. Pierre Lorillard's
Sandia won the Maiden plate, 103 sover
eigns, at N ew market, sevrn horses run
ning. Lorillard s Ilucotah IL was first !a
the plate of luu sovereigns, for horses
which have never won a race of the value
of IsV suverelans. or races amount I DC to
gether to am sovereigns ;dlstnce,one mile.
Aaarriraa Tract Aorirty.
Ntw York. May 11. At the annual
meeting of the A mcrican Tract society a
motion was adopted reconsidering the ac
tion of the special committee In June,
IW7, combining the business and benevo
lent departments tf the society. The
union of the two departments was dis
solved by an almost unanimous vote.
Otlaaeaaa Daak Hia4i OSTa Raa.
Ei. KETto, O. T.. May lt-The First Na
tional bank of this city baa closed. The
officers claim that this was done to fore
stall aa Impending run. Tber say that de
positors will be paid in full
JACKSON IS GUILTY,
Must Pay the Penalty for Pearl
EXTREME PUNISHMENT FIXED.
Jury's Verdict After Two
How the Murderer Received
COMMENDABLY QUICK WORK.
Iowa Presents a Case of
Florida Negro Shows How to
Treat White Caps.
Kew-pobt. Ky.. May 14. The case
againat Scott Jackson for the mur
der of Pearl Bryan went to the jury
at 10 o'clock this morning. At noon
the jury returned with a verdict of
guilty of murder in the first degree,
fixing the penalty at death. Jackson
received the announcement with no
manifestation of emotion except an
Another of Our Oevn's Hatrning.
Ottcvwa, la., May 14. Tho body of
Muiue Peterson, a pretty 10-year-old girl,
v?u found "on the street in UnionviUe,
Appanoose county, yesterday morning,
with a bullet lu the base of the-braln. It
Is learned that she was going home from a
social .with Oeorge tehutts, a lti-year-old
boy, wlien according to the boy's story
some one camo up behind aim shot her.
Nod Hemphill, her lover, 23 years old, has
been arrwitcd ehurged with the crime.
WELL DONE, JACK TRICE.
Florida Xegro Wha ClTes a Pointer aa
Haw ta Meet Whlteanpa.
BRAIDKXTOWS, May 14. Jock Trice, a
negro, fought tftoen white men at 3
O'cllH't lu IBB ruuruing, killing James
Hughes and Edward Sanchez, fatally
wounding Henry Daniels and daugirously
wounding Albert Buffura. The battle oo
carmSat lhe. negro" glimae, near Palmetto,
six miles south of 9tVe, Trior fough td
pnarcnt his ft yt-ar-oM son being regulated
by the whttyw. Trim's son and the son of
Town Man&al Htighns, of Palmetto,
fought, the white boy 1 icing badly beaten.
Marshal Hughi-s was greatly enraged,
and at 3 o'clock next morning h and
fourteen other whito men went to Trice's
house to "rvgulato" the negro boy. The
whites demanded that tho boy be sent out.
Trice refused, and the whites'hesan firing.
Trieo returned the fire, his first bullet
killing Marshal Hughe. Edward San
chex tried to burn the house, but was shot
through the brain by Trice. Then the
whites tried to hatter In the door with t
log, which resulted in Henry Daniels get
ting a bullet lu the stomach that will kill
The "regulators" then ran. a final bullet
from Trice'sJiHc striking Albert Buffum
In the back. The wfiiVcs secured re-enforcements
and returned to Trice's home
at Nunrisu, vowing Jo burn father nnd son
at tho stake, but their intended, victims
hail lied; only Trice's old molticr was in
the houce. The old woman, was driven out
aud the house burned. Posm with blood
hoonds are chasing Trice and the boy, and
they will bo lynched if caught.
Americans KoutrS Out by lire.
Moscow, May 14. Fire was discovered
In tha houVe in the Hojdcstvenskl boule
vards Where the American legation is
Wged for the purposo of attehiling the
ctTetuonies of the coronation of the czar.
An alarm was given fhiirtly nTter dinner,
while the -I lilted States minister, Urerkin
ridge, andltis family were still in the din
ing room. The firemen promptly arrived
on tho scene and quenched fhe (lames in
about an feour. The damage from the
fixe was confined to the attics of the house
and to the catlings of the upper floor.
flank Cashier Rabbrd aai the Mrcct,
CiscissATt, May II. Cashier Morris
White put forty-nine shares of Second Na
tional bank stock. In hfe hip pocVet and
started to the ofllce of W. E. Hntton &
Co-, bmkfrs. When he reached the brok
ers', office Uls stock, wiy gone, his pocket
haviug been pickvud as he walked along
the street. The sharf are 100 each, but
worth more than pax. Payment was
stoppnd and theSstock will be useless to
Mrs. IonarUs Fnaod Cailry.
Wichtta, Kas., May 14. Mrs. Irene
Leonards, who has been on trial in the
district court here for the mtrrder of her
husband, Itonry H. Leonard, was yester.
davjound guilty of murder in the second
Cnhaa Advlcta from Key Wast.
KEY Wet, Fla., May 14. Advices from
Havana state that In the recent action be
tween Antnnlo Saceo and General Ynclan
at Cacari jacaras. Plnar del Hio, 4U0 Spac
lards were killed, while the Cubans lost
I)rria ilR the JCarthwcaten,
CincAuo, May 14. William. Deerlng,
the well-known reaper manufacturer, has
made a donation to the Northwestern
t'niversity at Evanston amounting to
1215.110a The gift is in real estate and
Kobrrt Llawola's Coaala Killed.
Lexixgtos, Ky.. May 14. Miss Mario
Todd, aged 3ft, daughter of Dr. Lyman
Beecber Todd, was killed last night by a
trolley car while she was bicycling. She
was a cousin of Robert Lincoln.
G0MPERS CALLED TO MILWAUKEE.
Wanted to Order a General Strike to Help
thcHtreet Car Mrs.
Milwaukee, May 14. President Mahon,
of the Federated Street Railway Employes,
lust night sent a telegram td President
Gonipers, of the Am-riean Federation of
Labor, who is at Indianapolis, summon
ing him to this city at once. It is under
stood from striking street railway men
that it is proposed to order a general
strike of all union organizations in the
city la support W the street railway strike.
Lost night the state board of arbitration
completed its report on its efforts to end
the strike. The report says the strike was
ill-advised and unwarranted, and.that the
board was summoned too lute to he of ser
vice in settling the trouble. Th report
concludes with an announcement of the
failure of the attempt to end the troubles.
,Tvo Badly Hurt In a Wreck, .
DES Moises, May 14. The Chicago Great
Western passenger train from Kansas City
to St. Paul was wrecked near Talmage,
sixty nilles west of here. It ran into a
washout, the enjnne passing over the
track befojfeit gave way and the dav coach
and sleeper being ditched 't he cars were
not overturned, la tho violent stopping
of the train the- passengers were badly
shaken tip. Mrs. E. Hamilton, of Denver,
and J. W. Eckels, of Wintcrset, la., were
badly hurt, both sustaining internal In
juries. Horribly crime by a vninainaa.
Kl'EAKA, Cala., May 14. Mrs. Henry
Schwatka and her li-year-old daughter
were shot and killed by a Chinese cook.
The Chinaman made an attempt to kill wn
Infant child.bul fulled. HeYhcn committed
Ileal Idler Sold for to,ouax.
Louisville, May 14. Mike Dwycrhas
bought Den Edcr from McGuigan, his
owner, for f 10,OUO.
The holly iu Germany is called Christ
dorn, or Christ's thCm, the legend be
ing" that it vrascf this plant that the
crown of therms was made. In France
the honor is assigned to the hawthorn,
which is thoro called the no Wo thorn.
In Spaiu the lcgcutf assigns the honor
to the bramble. Au old Scotch legend
makes the,crovcn to consist cf thistle
Hades, while iu the folklore of Eng
land fhe clirubinpr roro is said to have
been the plaut selected by the persecu
tors. "You whistle for it" originates in the
Bailor superstition of vfciistiing to raise
the wind. As a great deal of whistling
was some? im os necessary wlif n a claim
prevailed, the expression to denote fail
ure to achieve tu cud c;uae into common
Chester Gray, a saw mill jfcuiplorc of
Darlington, Ills., who held up Francis
Brasco, an -old soldier, was trackod aud
captured by the aid of bluodhounds.
A course ef Hood's Sarsaparilla
this spring may be the means of
keeping you well and hearty all sum
mer. Absolutely Pure.
A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest
of all in leavening strength LaUtt United
States Government Food Rejxm.
Botal BixrM rorruBB Co, Kaw Tobk Cir
Tour Bom carf Boot U atvrss,
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, M"he!l A Lyndo bne.
To buy Hardware,
Mixed Honse and
' Floor Paints, Rub
ber Hose, Lawn
Mowers or anything
in the Hardware
line in general is of
1610 Third Avenue.
AGENT FOB EAGLE KCTCLES.
This Receipt for Five Thousand One Hundred-and Eighty-sixJ Dollars
and Thirty-five Cents $S .186.55)
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 33H 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 goods. We guaran
tee every garment to be First Class.
j CHANGE J
SO DO STTLE3 OF
We have nothing on our
floors but this season's
productions, the design-
er's la'est patterns.
Everything new in ityle
and finish at prices that -always
tive buyers. The luges t
line of Bed Room Suits,
Parlor Suits, Odd Pieces,
Couches and Lounges,
Sideboards. Buffets, Ex
tension Tables, Chairs,
Baby Carriages, Refrig
erators, Gasoline Stoves,
etc., ete. Don't overlook
our stock of Carpets if
you want the bes
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Portraits Free. I
THE circulation of The Argus Is now larger than it has ever been
before In the paper's history, and every month seta a new high
watermark. Not satisfied with thla, however, th determination
has been made to push it even farther, and at the same time give Its par
lous the benclit of its enterprise With this end In view It has made
arrangements to absolutely give away a life size crayon, India ink, or
sepia portrait to every person who will have their name added to
the subscription rolls paying f 1 for a 10-week's subscription in advanee.
There is no string attached to the proposition whatever -
No Requirement to Buy a Frame
Or anything of the sort. You pay your subscription, get your order
for a portrait, and get your frame when and where you please. The
portraits are reliable and are the same aa sold by dealers with a fame
for from $4 to $10.
The Argus Wants More Subscribers
But H Is willing to be enterprising to get them. Its offer Is made in
good faith to Induce new subscriptions, and in order to protect Itself, no
person who discontinues after the publication ef this notice (April 1)
will be allowed a portrait to renew his subscription.
To Give All Patrons an Equal Chance.
. In order, however, to give old patrons an equal chance, any paid up
acriber will be given a portrait by paying a premium of ONL'
Portraits will not be famished to mxi-subscribers at any price.
Samples of the work can be seen at TB Ajmtji business offloo
when yon call.
rhotograpbs will not be lost 'or destroyed, bat retained to you with
portrait when finished. ,
As this offer to made purely to get Tn Aastm Into new homes
only one portralt.will be furnished to each householdno saora than
that will bo made at any price.
Costs You Absolutely Nothing.
The portrait if purchased alone (without a frame) would oast at least
S3, but In this way it will coat you abaolutely nothing.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
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