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BOCK ISLAND, ILL, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1896.
PUCE TIOLE3 CE3T8.
VU1 AUV, HU. IZ
End Its Work in the Metropolis
of the Green Isle.
DELEGATI3 ATTACKED BY E0UGH3
Am They Were Leaving the Ball After the
Ailjnnrnmeat Moody Work Averted hy
the I'ollre The Air Allte with Missiles
for Awhile ftnil Threat if Lynelilns;
or Dm king IMIloa ftoraa at tlta lieeolu
Uiihlin, Kept. 4 It cannot b said
that the Irish National ronventlon. up
t th present, haii been a, mcrnf. The
end whl' h It was hoped to obtain was
tli" uniting of all the warring factions
In the Irish parliamentary partyand out
of It and It cannot lie denied that when
the (i l eatra ass'iibl-d yesterday
they were an far frn;n d-'ldlng upon
M!iy plan fur attalnlns unity as,thcjr
v.ere whin the onvrntl.n a first de
rided upon A n'l-nh-r of resolution
were rli!tl. nmoiiif Ihi'tn the nmalga
iimi'il ImmI ami t.uvion r'-solutlnns,
and t!i-e in fnor f .li-tilroj Inrf knowl
nln of Irish l.iiory. providing' for
I tie rnlti;iiir.ii i.f the Irish language and
irlng thi pur. hi - of iirttclca of Irish
Inn n ii f 'c t rr .
An Appi-sl tor fnn. Ordereil.
IVnn Ib.rr . of r-in, propose!
a resolution, which was enrrtuj,
railing up' n tli' Irish f nrl ntn. iiivirr
party to on n;iil fur fulfil this
Hiitii'im to I'm I rt-U thr,ug!iout tho
world. M . hurl Unit: mov I a r.solu.
tiun in f.'.ir of granting mum-sty tonll
jmiKii. il pn. n.-rs, an I In mi doing ho
sir iti'lr 'I nouno-d tint "system of seml
l,irv ti mi ' in. t. nut to tlicni nnd rum.
pnr.il tic tr itm. nt if tho Irish "illtli-al
prisoner nh th a .f Ilr. Jameson nnd
hn i ..mpntiloii undergoing term of liu
f.r i t i tii -iit f.ir irti. 1'ntn.n in tho ralil
Int.ih.. I r.iuvaal. The resolution was
imam men sly mloptrd.
Kminh Altoea the Delegate.
1'ollow lug thf rlo. nf th convention
tin re was aliiioHt a riot In e'a.kville
rin-i't iii.il John lillnn ami a numlcr
f tils) fiicn.M were -tiiM'll) l tu iMk
i'-ru;f In tin- lmi-rlil hnti'l. After
I' ltvii'ir thi- l. irifTi-r hull lillon. -
urtiil ! Iifly nr rlxty mcrnbera of tUo
i nim ntlmi. ulk il up S.u kvlll" rtrpct,
hn h whs il ni ly rol.(. The J-le-'I''
' rr f.ill.iwnl t.y n tiolny mnl 't
I ikhi linl.lln ri.ui.-hK. who htnl liptn
(jrith' r'. ulmut thi hall mid who wrr
i i.iitly nt In .vninhy wlih the
iHllonil.-K. The li n.lfru if the tnnlt k-f.t
rli.KitliiK ' T.i Iv-ll with llll..n." -tr.. and
si. mi. k ii ii. I other niNKili'H Upan tlyins
Hi ..ti;:li th nlr. To the rrten the
I '..I..P.I.K ri'iilled l.y ulnijinK ";o. Rav
I' I it..l." Im reiiKlnn th; rlutouH ili in.in-
K I .1 1. HI.
IVelrr rallril Oiil In Pnrna,
The t.lke on duty were not aliln to rop
whIi the rnii3h. And relnforiTiiirnt had
to In luirrii-1 to the eene. Thetnillre K m.ii
tiirned Intu trkvllln rtreet in utmnn
fiiiiiii. rnnd weru Jut In. time 1. 1 stop
w hat wn4 hernti I ilntilit n irnm inir riot
whlih tulrflit ham mixt. rrrl.nn rm
. .iietu e, for them were thrent of lynrh
Inif. thrnMitir and ilm-kinjr I H lion, rnim.
ItiK him ,-trnl hU jmrty to hnrri.illv tako
ri-lnifi In th.- Itiiin rinl hotel, whirli wns
iifti rwnr.i ur nnniled hy n fttrohir forco
of uliee wh'i h kef the rliiter nt hay.
Mm Fram e WilUrd has l.-nirj tho of
fl. l.il rail for the national W. V. T. V.
i.i-i. til ion u h held in Si. IiuU Music
II ill Nut. l.m next.
M.-iiteniiil . V. Kenton. Tinrtrnnas
terof t'ie Ninth r ivalmit Kurt lioMnon,
Wiiilriiwmil In the nluni l a: Ii at Hot
fT-Hntf. S. I
I hoinae lilrnn kilinl himself with a
t'Utol at hiehouie in I'hlrauo. (iljnn had
t :i In the ilef tin. t Ihirmarket h ink nud
the Im of hi wiving In mipio!wl to have
titilmlatuvii hi mind.
Aji-nf Nolan, of Hie flilraso llnnmno
ielT, lirotitcht Jive il.-.'itiite i hll.lr.-n to
the il. tetition ho.pital. 1 her were found
aliu.nt KtarviMl In a tuiiille-town tene
ment at the rear ( lul.'i Kortj seventh
The Kilnr Tluitntxon ir.-l work of
Cnrnrulr e hate ml down iml.-nnltc y.
At leat I.iVki men nrc thrown out of
I he miprem lodife, Knliht of l'ythi,
hn il.i iil.il that the neir meeting will ho
at lndlnnnille on the fourth Tiu vl.ty in
Mine Ivihra MilUm. a ti.'livo of Willinrn
Jetminrf llrran, iVd with John U
Martin and w.ie liinm.il to him nt .le:Ter
aonvtlle. In. I. I loth retulf In .ii. m. l.
I. lli rs'im-ra, nir-d t:. ef ltil.-y. It;!.,
rnmmilled miicide hy swallowing rarholie
a'iil. h' al poiirr.l It Into h. r i tim. d.
sfroylnrf tho slsM of lth. i nn ult.i
love le t th ai't.
laren.-p H hit l now tnanaci-r of tho
rinl ilrynrtment of Kohl A; Mnitlli'ton
tniisiuiii. t htcatfo. Hi appliration irr
the fxMir.nn w. luilorsnl hy Inpe,tr
John WnKnnl. of Ilojrhin. Ind , wmiM
hot Jiy a whtky hill. o the .tloonkerpx r
Att.trheit hie h.iiiehohl furniture and o'..l
It at atM-tion.
?-h. mint It.mlan I. the wealthy stork
dealer of M rht-rn. Kan., who nearly
Ivaf hi wife todinth with an volver. Was
di hariri'd from vuntiKlr, hi wife f.uliotf
to .r. elite.
Irene rhlltip and l.u Martin are under
arret at iHnvllle. Ill . i hnnril with rob.
bin the rnl.'iu-e of II 1. I'atf. ron.
I'r.io .. Walter M. Jar. head tnatrr
rf J hn jlilttaty 'boo! nf rvtlma.
oleil at s;Ui, Kan., of lraio frvrr after
a hriel llliir. I'r..f.ir Jar wa Ixirn in
Illinois in lv.?. and formerlv r.wlirel
lit" tl vw i. 111... and Van Karon, Ark.
The Ivniot mile contention of the
Fifth Mlnn.sota dtMrict has indorsed
the ruulit nomination of K M. intra
A Krenrh antl-tnlnrro sei i -tr has
Itltt'in-1 tre rhimNr ef d-putirs to
enat a law forbidding r!. rk to rmoka
Mrttr an. I runt hire the toha.ron- 1
lets who sen smoking materials to cbd
Kara fara e Meealled.
"rSI!1?!?: -Vr?t' drny,!,:,,,,.!. ..Tx. its nn?iualed
mm. im ww lllllflll SlUPtSSMIilf
ml Walogtoo, b been racaUcd.
A MOST FIENDISH CRIME.
Children Pr.-h aa tho Keault of a OcTllUh
CiiAKROf, Xeb., Sept. 4. An on.
known person ratnrated the beds on
which A4itant I'ostmaster W. A.
l)n!ey, wife acd two children were
!eppiDg and set them on fire. Be.
fore they were rescued both children
were deal and the parents nncon
ciou4. There is no known motive
for the crime.
To Open If rartq nartcr.
Indianapolis. Sept. 4. Only a
few deletes to the national demo
cratic convention remain, (lens
Palmer and Buckner left for their'
homes early. At a conference this J
morniD four ruembers of then a-,
tional executive committee were ap-
pointed as follow: L. C. Krouthoff, !
Missouri; W . II. Haider), Kentucky
Y. W. McCuthcheon. Minnesota, and i
John C. Itallett, Tennlyvania. It'
was decided to establish national
headquarters at Chicago with sub
headquarters in New York.
CLAKRir.tRii, W. Va., Sept. 1.
Ifon. I. C. Ilalphsnider has written a
letter declining the nomination for '
Covernor by the people's patty on
tho ground of having been a candi
date before the democratic state con
vention, he is bound by its act.
The populist executive committee
nominated M. W. Fitzgerald for
irovt-rnor In place of I. C. Ralph
snider, who declined to run.
Mrret Kaliway In Tronbl.
CoLiMitts. Ohio, Sept. 4. The
Columbus Central Street Itailway
compnny went into the hands of
receivers this morning. Tho assets
and liabilities are unknown. The
cause of the failure is insufliciint
The liabilities ore $l.850.1nl. The
raviajcers claim the property will
Helena liable l'lo-.
Hki.kna, Munt., Sept. 4 Notice
was posted by the manager of tho
First National bank this morning
announcing that the bunk was un
able to meet the withdrawals de.
raanded. The manager said the
creditors would be paid in full. No
statement tf autts aud liabilities
Fool Flay Suspected.
Hoi.LiUAVsr.i un, Pa., Sept. 4.
The bodies of Ilev. Thomas F. Rceeer,
pas-tor of the Kar-jjelical Lutheran
church, one of the most prominent
cli-rjrjmen in central Pennsylvania,
and John L. I.ove, a tnerchant, wero
found on the banks of Juniata river
today dead. They had been ou a
lishin trip. Foul play is suspected.
The New Cuuiumtidvr-lii-CMrf.
St. I'aii., Sept. I. Maj. T. S.
Chirkson, of Omaha, was chosen
coiumnnifer-in-chief of the Grand
Army of the Republic. Clnrkon
was i ln.'bcn by acclamation, lie nr.
knowlcded tho honor in an eli-iMont
a.ldri'ss. (lea. J. II. Mul'e 1. of Mit
ncs'ita. was elected finior vice com-mander-in
In llrynn's Htatr.
tlM.MiA. Nth.. Sept. 4 The state
dt-tnoorat:o silver conventi.n met
this moruir";. The convention will
choose four pre idential electors and
a candidate for attorney general.
The populists selected the other four
fit t-tors and the remainder cf the
try an In Chicago.
Chicago. Sept. 4 Candidate
Hrjan arrived from South Bend at
0:31 this niornlnj;. No demonstra
tiuj.s occurrod along the line and
only a few hundred people were at
tno depot in l lueago. as it was not
kiiowncinctlynh.it time he would
HanaaThii k.it Vi in "tealsl."
I'l.Kvr lam. Sept. I National Hc-
puhlieiin Chairman Uanna said con
ermine tb" result of tho Indianapo.
is ronvcniion: -i lumk the action
nt the convention will lu of preat as.
sitnco to u."
I.I la Washington.
Wamuh.-.tox. Sept. I U Hunj:
Chang went lirst to the national
cap'ttol bun ting today. From the
capitol the party drove to the resi
decce of the Chinese minister. Li
wore hi famous yellow jacket.
INsmoait lealera rail.
New Y'I;k. Sept. 4 AY. U Pol
lack Sc Co.. diamond dealers, late
failed with liabilities of 12o,00J.
A'taar Meyaa Haa(ed.
Art.AtT, tU.. Sept. 4 Arthur
Mayno ws lianje.l at non fur tho
killing ! i,l i-pin'.g in a ealovu
Mrrit In medicine means power to
enrn Ttm c-rrst e n ro, Af 1 1
The Grand Army Commander's
Review of the Year.
HIS TUSSLE 7ITH CHA3. A. DANA
Over the Question of Hold ins Cnion
t'onfedemte Itennion Ol.jection to the
I'lan That Caused It Abandonment
The Gray Vniform a f eature Walker
fitl Not Approve His Coarse Univer
sally Indorsed Military Training in the
St. Paul, Sept. 4. file feature of yes- !
t jaay mornius in the Grand Army en
raiiiptiient was the annual address of tho
i-oiiiinander-in-chief, Ueneral Walker. Af
ter a."iiiig over the reorts of staff of
ficers General Walker gave the corre
spondence ho has had with Charles A.
Dana-relative to a proposed grand reunion
et Union nnd Confederate soldiers in New
York city. Tho first letter was from Mr.
U.ma proposing the plan. General Walker
s.atis that "during my visit to Ne-.v
York, in November, I learned that this
s. heaie was being agitated by a few ex
Confederate residents of that city, who
hoped to advance their personal interests,
and that they wero seeking to secure tho
itppcrt of rhe prom'nent professional and
business men of th:it metropolis to aid
them in their plans."
Commundf r-iii-Chirf Objects, i
Colonel Walker replied stating his
objection?, tlie pith of which Is the fol
Ir.e;: "If, however, it means that they
lire to march, the one In blue and the
other in Bray, as the representatives of
the tno prcat hosts that then con
tended for the victory, another and
mm h pruver question would be pre
sented for di termination. If they are
hi to men h as to be distinctly repre
sentative of the lines that then divided
them, topically they should march un
der different banners, and I. for one,
would Ik- unalterably opposed to sveing
a column :u pray marching under the
t-tar.s and stripes. These two columns
vould noi represent the same idea, nor
did they ew r heretofore. AVhile tie
fully appreciate the valor of the men
who lire aims against us, and gladly
roeeive and welcome them as eiiizens
to all the privileges and Illinois of a
common rnuntiy we both love, it is the
unalterable conviction of the rirand
Army of the ISepublie that those who
wore ono unif..rm and fought under one
Has. fought for th-ir country and were
in the riht. while those w no wore the
other uniform and fought under the
other banner, fought against their
country nnd were wrong.
Stntes His l'osition More Fully.
"The tint ml Armv of the ll-nniilie hn
for the cardinal principles of its creed fm.
lertiity, charity and loyalty, and its mem
ber everywhere and nt nil times he:irtilv
extend in their broadest and friendliest
sense the sentiments these tenets embody
to those who fouirht so vnliantlv azainst
them in the armies of the rebellion. At.
the sainn time they do not foriret 'he great
danger into which our I'nion was brought
nnd the sicrilices and patriotic services of
those who so bravely offered and freely
gave their live for its salvation, and le
lieving that this memory is of momentous
value and should live through all ee lera
lions they would not encourage ntiy.hing
that would tend to efface it from the
minds of the plcople.
One f ine. Then One t inform.
"You say that 'it is intended that there
shall be but one flag, that of the United
States, and that ir shall Hunt over the
whole parade:-' Why not not requiro the
same as to uniform:' The gray uniform is
just, as objectionable as the tlag thai ir
fought under. The distinctive color of
the Union is blue. The sooner those who
wore the gray ccas-trying to symlyilize.
the 'lost, cause' by Hag or uniform, and
representing themselves as a distinct part
of the iieople of our common country, tho
sooner will a fuller realization of the
'festival of patriotism and fraternal co
opcniti.nr which you suggest, be brought
renaion and Son of Veterans.
After stating that his position on this
natter was universally indorsed by the
veterans iTolonel Walker proceeds to
discuss other matters. On the subject
of pensions General Walker suggests
that all be paid by checks from Wash
ington. He speaks of the Sons of Vet
erans as our natural successors. They
sing the songs we sang, and carry the
same Hag under whose starry folds we
fought. As w e come off guard ar.d take
up our line of manh to the eternal
camping grounds we shall be more con
tent if th- picket line is still manned
ai d the uniform is still blue."
IIMI TIVT .FM KAI.S KErtltlT.
Shotr a lerrese In Hie Xninher on the
Unit, of 3;.OJ!(.
The report of Adjutant General Irvin
llobhin contained the following: "Tho
tvtv.rf of my preilcT sor showed that on
June 9 !.". our memliership in good
standing was r.T.sTA distrihiited anion?
7.""'! p-i-'s- with ".) members on the
suspended lit, making a total of -iuT.io!
on the rolls. June yo. lsssl. there were
7.3V.! posts, containing ato.filu comnule in
gcsl standing, with fj,';i carried on tho
roll suspended. The total loss Is 27M--,
of which 7.-ii was by death.
"The amount exande 1 in charity for thi
year was f-'ll.W. an increase of tl2.fniO
over the preceding year" The report of
A. J. HurhanK. quartermaster general,
showed receipts of ti.:tl and expendi-tun-
of H.7Ti. leaving a linlanre on hand
of Io.r.7.V The nssets ore fliiai, and the
investments 15 .
The report-of Henry H. Adams, special
aid in charge of military instruction in
the public school, contained the follow
ing: "A misapprehension in regard to
the practical fesil ure of n.ilitary instruc
tion on the part of the public in general
has interfered seriouslv with the develop
laet t of the fTsteni It point of fact there
1s ,,tilitf,T-e drill witnin fKA mihlie
' fi hrls. Ten minutes each day is usually
'given to physical development exercise,
j u-:r.g the 'setring up' form, which i that
laid down in infantry drill regulations,
I United Slates army
"In connection with this is the teaching
ch' civile; L e.. forms ef municipal, state
laud ua'.lonal covercmcnt in all the de
tails connected therewith: Tno acnoiar
is taught the responsibility of citizenship,
the necessity of a pure bailor, reverence
for the flag, respect for authority, prompt
obedience, 'to do right because it is right.'
This system does not in any wny interfere
with or take the place of any scnool work
e stablished under the ordinary curriculum.
It. u Gutional with the scholars U organ
ize companies and to choose tuelr own
officers from their own number. These
companies drill once eich week and en
tirely out of school hours and in no wet
connected with the school, except under
the counsel and advice of the principal,
who usnaliy acts as commandant.
"After several years' experience and
trial the results are most, satisfactory.
The pupils acquire improved school disci
pline, self-control, dignilied lienring aud
nppre:iation of wise leadership. Hun
dreds of letters have been received testify
ing to the good effect of the discipline on
tho incomgibles, and the record alsa
shows the pnpil engaged in patriotic
training and military instruction have
better and higher record than those who
are not of the organization."
ECFFAI.O GETS THE EXCAMPMEXI
She Has No Opposition and Wins with
Ease Otber Business Done.
The matter of next encampment was
next in order and the claims of Buffalo
were presented in a brief speech by Mayor
Comrade Smith, of that. city. Past Com-mauder-in-Chief
John M. Palmer made a
motion that the choice of next location be
made contingent on the securing of none
cent rato from the railroads, but no vote
was taken on the motion. After the pre
sentation of UufTalo a recess was taken
until a o'clock, nt which hour no other
names were formally presented. On tho
r. 11 call Buffalo wasdecided on for the en
campment of 1SH7, Denver receiving, how
ever, a small vote.
The recommendation of the commit
tee in favor of the Tickler bill to revise
pension legislation was adopted unan
imously. A recommendationwas adopt
ed favoring the union of the Woman's
Itelief Corps and the Ladies of the G.
A. R. as one organization under the
Itelief Corps. The proposition to allow
the Sons of Veterans to attend Grand
Army meeting broug.1t out three re
ports, the majority favoring it under
certain conditions, one minority report
opposing the whole proposition and the
other favoring certain modifications in
The election of ofHccrs comes un todav.
being made a special onlerfor!l:30o'clock.
The yi'iion of New York in ctiicus in vot
ing by a large majority for John C. Line-
nan, of New Hampshire, is considered sig
nificant, and has made much effect, beinjr
atxmt the chief development of the dnv in
the contest. Major T. S. Clarksou is the
other chief candidate. The New York
vote against Admiral Meade put him far
ther Lack in the Rice.
The ladies of the G. A. It. and Woman's
Relief corps were in session all liar.
but devoted their time to the hearing of
reports. The Daughters of Veterans held
business sessions cud elected officers as
follows: President, Miss Alace Ingnm.
of Chicago; treasurer. Miss Ida J. Allen.
of Worcester, Muss ; inspector. Miss Cora
Pike, of Massachusetts.
Opening or lU-puMieans in Iowa.
Des Moines, la.. Sept. 4. The He-
publican campaign was opened hero
yesterday, the principal speaker iK-ing
Senator Allison. In the evening there
was a parade in which twenty-three
local clubs took part. At its conclusion
Congressman Cousins, of the Fifth
Iowa district, addressed an audience
of 6.000 people, there being twice as
many people outside Ui tent in which
the meeting was held h inside. It was
a day of great enthusiasm. At the af
ternoon meeting Senator Allison deliv
ered an address two hours long.
Keronls of Itase Ita'l rinying.
Chicago, t-cpt. 4. U -.-igiio scores on thn
base ball field were as follows: At Phila
delphia Pittshurs H. Philadelphia 5; nt
urixiKiyn l. levelatitl . H ooklvn 2: at
New York Cincinn iti .", New York Id:
at Bostou St. Louis 7, I) istoa (second
game) r-r. Lotus :;. Boston tj; nt Baltimore
anil Washington It-tin.
Western League: At Minna-.nolis In
dianapolis ;. Minneapolis ll.
Cailtpail to Mallil-e 111- Wert.
Chicago, S p:. 4 - U.iniel J. Campr.ti. of
Mtcrugan. will loth" real manager nf the
ucmoi-raiie national iv.mpaign in the west.
nr.rthwest and south, t ampau has ben p
pointiMlehnirman of th" campaign commit
tee by Smator .tones ami from now cn the
Michigan !er will hj activclv engaci-d in
the work of the campaign. Senator Jones
named himself us chairman of the execu
To Cure a C.Hd In Ono lay
Take laxative lirnmo 'uioinc Tab
lets. All dru"ists refund the
monev if it fails to cure. I'd cents.
15onhki.ii. 111., Aug. 11. 1S95.
-I nm subject to cramps and colic
and havo used many remedies, but
find Foley s Colic cure beats them
all. Y. L Ykats "
S1 1 by M. F Ilahnsen.
A mm nllirl,. Kil-I. . . . . n :
of all in leavening strength Latett Dniud
Statet Oooernmcnt Food Bcpyrv
Botal Basra Fowcib Co , Vrw Ton Cut
DOES THIS STRIKE
Ycur choice of any Shirt Waist la the house, including
Mother's Friend Shirt Waists worth 75c to $1, for
Children's Knee Pant Suits.
Children's Knee Pant Suits, worh $4 to $6
We carry no gods over from one season to
another. Your choice for -
This is the greatest unloading sale ever in Rock
Island. This sale for six days only.
We eell the Best Linos
We make the Lowest
Prices in the three cities.
THESE ARE FACTS
It's a pleasure to trade
It's profitable to trade
HAVE YOU EVER TRIED
TRY US NOW.
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vigorating tonics. The Rock Island Brewing Co's
products are all the results of scientific labor and
the most Improved apparatus, preserving in the
highest degree the health giving qualities of the
BOTTLED GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Ft Par Cent Interact raid on Depoalta:
ICoaay Loaned ob Paraoaal CoUataral or Baal K state Beomrlty
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