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ROCK ISLAND ARGUS.
VOL. XLVL BO. 70 ROCK If IAHP, HI, TUESDAY, JANTJABY 11. 1898. " .mrr m.n
Stcurcd Enough Votes in Both
Houses Down in
T&1U? CZCII. 1 OI&L TO DIATH.
l!aaee I" M IB Umt at CarMtaa
Watort. Vlieta llMtl Hit
tMa Seagate. aej 1m ewaaajea
la ta rraiM f KM ea-Beae-MM
)! I Basel late taa lake.
Co! am haa. Ohio. Ju. 11. Haaaa
ttctiil & toue la the koM and 17
In ta tiBtt-.aotfa to eject bin.
Af?r Ma in Mtiioa all night,
the 'lamocrtiiu lri!tora tfTMd oa
ljit M KUo. ot Cle-aiand. at
to only rpablieta tlay woald up
port for waMor. It was abaolalaly
lupoMth: to ira pa ii9T. BaibatU
tr Caarlc L Karta MeKUajn wai
f :t on for a peca. and ba said la '
nUn: tlaatiaoaaa. paoliely
aad baforethe popl I an. aad will
ha. a rrpaaaa. bat I imih job
thai If tlaflad la tha failed Mat
rnata ty tbla (anoa I nil! itaal
pra lha C'hlijr9 platform." Tbia
piad wa liein.ry aad tba caa
cuac:rl for McKloon lor both
tba ibort aad loop; tarma.
Ikith braaeae ot tba jrltllare
at at 10 a 'clock. Tba call of tba
boat ilicwad Cramer, democrat, tba
enlj eiaTal lie I very aick and
bit pa (tan forbad bla ettaadaaea.
A tola oa proceedta; with tba
baiiol la tba alaaca ot Cramer, ra
aalttd la a r pablicaa victory of 66
aja to il aaja. Tbia waa a eirictly
part vnta. aierpt five republican
vol a aia tan democrat. A reso
lution waa Introduced to appoint a
coramittaa ot Bta to laveatlgate
tiariff a rf a'.ltged bribery la conate
t on with tba election ot Lilted
f'tatf laaator. bat eonalJtratioa w
djfaaud by tba aama vote. Tba
aims of llaaca aad McKisioa
wart predated. KcpraacatatUa
laLtnd praiiel Haaaa la a
Jii(ntiifd manar. bit Smith re
f rrtd to tracb.ry in tba part la
ttroaff terra. Tb!j brought oat
I rami. who. la vt?mns terms, pre
oattd the aaa of MiKitton. Thar
a a a load !eB.ontrilon of hisses
!therl of traitor." Thancmio
tioa of McKljt.ia w aaeoadad bj,
Joae. rf Starb coo air, alio a rpub
1 caa, who i'ta aad alcKinlay, bat dt
awarel liaa. Tan democrat
ttck ao part, t icapt volley aad ap
flendta;. In tba a ait, atary aaa
t r wat in hiiat to ramrd bit ac
tloa oa tba Krtt ba lot for ienat:r.
Tfea RaH Call.
Taaro'.t rail rtaaltcd: Matna Id,
MrKUtoa 4 , tctttaria S. . Jha
paakar tbaa aaaooacad Haaaa aa
tba abolca for tba thort term. Tba
billot f tba loac tara reeoltad tba
ama. Tba bouia then adjnarned
and taraad luto a jililficaUoa meat-
la tba tan ate tba to'a for tha thort
tad Iwf term atood 19 for UrKla.
on aad 17 for Haaaa. Thlt a amber
with hit if la lha hooa rata Haaaa
atactly tbaaecattara 73 for electfoo
wttb all praeeaL Harka aomiaatad
McKlfioo. tb aaeotlna of wbotn
aama wa ra-aiTtd la prfft aaca
Tba hin aad ataita meat la jaiat
ettloa tom-'rrow to caavat today's
ot. Thar It aothftjf to pravrat
any member from tbaatajr hit Tot
la joint ttttioi. hit so cbaaa it at.
Wableg'.aa. Jaa. 11. Tha tea at a
confirmed a loaf liet of appoint
ment. Iac;:tlir J.fe of tha coatt
of pri ata lead claim headed by Jo
arph R. Red. if Lwa. aad a!to tha
f,i!owlr? petmattera la liilaolt:
f. A. NaapatTilU; A. Cba'l-
iueo. RataTit; F. A Freer, (ial
burr: W. T. ti.teaett. ReetUle; W.
K. Haialtae. &lonmb;T. II. Tbomaa,
ll.Hh N'aa;kll UrRialej. Molina;
H. V. IImmaf;t. K jjla.
Tacnma, WeV. Jaa llItiadif.
laltcly aanoaaeed by A C Bria'.ao
hr that tba RotbbiM will baiid n
railroad lato iba Tahoa aaatry erar
tha Pal to a trail.
A n4 k IHtoata.
Rla. Ill, Ja. 11. A tramp who
wa rtj4 food at tba homo of
Christian Wolcrl it Alcr.jala tbit
eyal aaaaaa ta tm4 aata.
Kcraisr. ahot Lonlie. tha 13-Ttar nH
danehter, tbaa wbaa tha,mother raa
ror iiBoca oa cnonea tno (fiuto
dtatb, and etcaped. A poiaa ia
hooting for him.
Oeeat Kraay A- qittta.
Parit. Jan. 11. Coon t Eaterhazy
wai ananlmoaily ncqaittad.
real niaaaU DaaaagX 5,0OO.
ChWae a Jan. IL Aa an nntmnt nt
retnarka blh hare br?n made Adolph
Kraut. ptetl-nt or the civil aorrice
ceTiimiaafe'B. wko lea prominent Demo-
rrat. (Blrel ault todar arainat Attnr.
aar 1- Jt IJIIaa. a leading Republican.
acalrat IHiaa la that ba aald Kraua waa
th h"le thtnc tha mar ot the civil
aanir tmmlakn. HILm mvs-Ka maw.
arliiutel th atatmnLs but nimply
rtai'-i wnax aninT lmi him. He
a!, uti that ha t..lj Kraua hlmntlf
lha earn- t..rjr and ..h abuut It, anj
that fr.alir h had not rarai it,.
i hare f.r publlcatlt.n. liatlnftljr tol ln
Ih- r jrlr ho .ullahd it that what
ha aa. I aaa nt fr Iho papfr.
W a.tilagtaa, Watar SaM TVa Bsd.
Wa.n:nct-.B. Jan. 11. A
Vw.Hn t tha filtratii n nf the water
oa.. in th ciir ..f Vshinirtn rauacd
ae.a'ar IIK Mot It r,.rrwi
In IV IH'trlrt .f O.JumMi committal.
T r.ir tht: -a ara n.nfr. nt-tl with
la I. f-ul watf-r. ao li:ihr. lnloa.l
r.r i,- It l..i..miu t drink, anj Irk-
'' ai n t uke a tath."
lUty M Tarrlhla I IcMla a Calav
K.T W.dt. f.. Jan. 11 Tha r.
of ii Sjn gurntin tatta:ian ware at-
iai.. at Kpln. in Pmar del
I;: irvlnca. hv ln.nr.At,i.
Ij.l r Mat Tha riphl lasted aiveral
C' tr t ani! t.ie Manih I.. at n kiiti
and ' .rntn ouaded. t'nder the
fiir.inand if T-kod. a Un.
KM iJjMin ftr r.uamn.
In a i!.-n. hall rntr at ri...v... .
Fal'a. Via., a nvm namrd Ijine had a
p.fii. n f Ma ne t.itten on.
IT. T. I . Jlcrville. nt M lnoiiW.. o-im
he at ; inlad a tncmUr of the pensioa
rs.innnina ioari or aiiZwaukee.
I . . Vlllara. a Wall-knnun a.m.o.
of I-ik.' lllaff M'hkaK auburb). ha
AM Utn on ainee the !th of Decern
brr. Nt ar l'.iiftal a Near TnrW rv.i
train atruk a carriage containing Mr.
and Mr. Samuel Kir,. H.th
Xin.- hifndrel and tn-entv.tlira
InatLna top tha Kntimiv t t'wi i,....
bean ne.lvrd by tb Coney Island Jock
Xirt. t'harK-a 11 r.reen dlrrl ii.l,lunu.
In htr h ,ma at fhlc ago while inhaling
hl f f-'tm Lncaralory to a aurtrirul
1. It. J..hn Hall. f.,r thirty year
iat'f (.( the Fifth Avrnua Ir...).vi..r.
Ian thunh nt Naw Vrk. has rcalgnc-d
Mre, Nrk. T.f ma rnrnfrr.itp n .1
rertn-r In th" murder of i.ul(leniurre
at N-w Yrk. ha leen aent to j.rison
for rftn year.
Il. rrren XTelitter. t.f Whiiaaat. r w.
haa .arrntil a tojiper whlrh hermet
kally a... lha r.at k. of bottlis by an
tT. II XVII.., n t.f iho T -b.
lVia. Krlsooul thurrh. ha areepted
m -..It . . . . ...
- i "uni". ina., ana will amin
kae f .r that pUcf.
ill. J. I n Till ka ma Inat.intlv Vltlo.l
by b-Mns Oaahed asnlral an electric
baht .tr In a runaway while tn route
io t ourrn ai tvlar Kalla. Ia.
A ITV t tlnp of fhe mrml. n Vl
roin fr. - iti.rjry aasociation and ail
in-w ini-rtate.! in so.h work will h
kabl at hk,-h tha latter i,a
A flh id i:er k-f i a load of Mi.
aniunriti t.. ia muk.ii ,u .
hiue In Kaukauna. Wl.. and when !
returna.1 th rntire outfit, IncIudinR- his
a. a. wa t..i. n.
la accnrdin, with the proclamation
of lha If'lihnl lha a-..nv.r an.l Ik i
ma.ir. a movam'rU ha been atarted
at Iaveiini.rt. Ia to ralae money for
the aufTerine Cutn.
Henry Oiaff. f MarqucM. Mkh..
teed atsiut :5 year. In a fit of tempor
ary insanity, attempted In n.mmit mi.
fide by ruMins hi throat yeaterday
mrrajna-. lie ha aa even chance for
.tath or recivt ry.
The rofr.HM'Icr f tha rurrenrv ha.
declared dlvl lend In favr of tha cred
it. r of lna.lvetit national hink.
fmowa: Ten per cent, nrat Natlontl
aana. ot n. vrna. Mont, I per cent,
N.Hthern National bank, of Bis Rapids.
A tin bo J conlalnlnff nofa t .ti,
at IVa aai found bealda the railroad
tratk arout two mile aouth of Wau
nakrv. Ikane muntr. Mli Th
are the rrrferty of John llcOUre
n.a iora at Uaunakee wa roltoed
a few week a.
' t narwaall I Inn Mahaaaa Aolgamrat.
Ctnclnifiaii. Jan. 11 The Tnm!fa
Lumber ounj jny. of thi city, made an
aa?tnnwwi to W. M. Kamper yeatrday.
AaaaU acd liabilitiee each t0.CO.
"W aek- f tka llllaala teloM.
Ftrlrffl!-. Me.. Jan. 11. The acnate
met yeeterday w ith five member pres
ent and Immediately adjourned. The
hna advanced to third reading the
bill appropriatm 115.000 to pay em
ploye ot the prvaaDt cesaloa and ad
Ba la CUaa a play la all tnoatha
6topear Da. what a let of good
nhoa leaTber yon aaTa ta not bd&g thera
to io ont between acta! ErcbApga.
Eoaelan konmlaa i made of nare'a
milk and kept in am eked out Lath
Tha atatemant of tboaa who hare
btaa cortd by Hood'a Saritparll n
protea tha (Treat marit ot thin modi
siaa. Gat only Hood'a.
Arnold's Bromo Calory carta head
icaaa; 10. U aad 50 eaaU. Baiaa1
MM IK SECRET
Hawaiian Treaty Not To Be Dis
cussed in the Open Sessions
of the Senate.
CLAIM 0? 69 FOB EATITI0ATI01I
JIaJa by tha Ann-xaticm lilt. While tha AntU
Keam Conlkdenl of Defeat ins the Treaty
roMoaaater lieaeral Sanda In a Lot of Frv
pnl 'tlrmtu- Iroui tltil Serrlca Rale
Turkey OlJacU to 'raying Oar BUI of
lalaacea Uoaaa Proceeding.
Washington, Jan. 11. In accordance
with the previous notice Davis, chair
man of the senate committee on foreign
relation, brought up the aubject of the
ratification of the Hawaiian annexation
treaty In the eenate yesterday. His
motion waa made aoon after the dis
posal of the routine murnin; business,
and the entire remainder of the day s
seseion except the time given to the
confirmation of nominations was de
voted to the consideration of the ques
tion as to whether the treaty should
be tor.nidt.red in open se8ion or behind
cK.aeil dours in executive cession. After
a debate of almost two hours upon
this point an Informal vote was taken,
the ayea and noes not being demanded.
The decision was overwhelmingly
Against an open session. The motion
for open sessions was mad.; by Gray,
who presented his reasons In a speech
of about five minutes' lenirth urging
that the question was of nubile con
cern. Involving no entangling complica
tions w ith other nations, and one which
It was eminently proper should be con-
idL-rea oerore the public gaze.
Itovis Oppose a Public Ulnramion.
Davis replied to Gray, contending for
the observance of precedent in thii
matter and objecting cuite strenuously
to the proposition that the senate
should take the public Into Its confi
dence In considering the treaty. But
Morgan was the principal opponent of
the Gray imposition. ll taiL-.i ot
length. Most of the senators who spoke
in opposition to open sessions referred
to the probability that the action of the
European powers in their evident pur
poseof partitioning the territory of China
w uld form the basis of much of the
debate on the ouestinn or TTawnilnn
annexation. It was also Intimated that
the Monroe din trine would come in for
a fair share of discussion before the
clcse of the debate.
Vbita Touches a Tender Ppot.
White was among those who replied
to these statement. II
ly and in a sarcastic vein of the fully of
attempting to keep executive EccreU
within the control of the senate. He
made reply to the suggestion that the
coi.trol of the publicity In regard to
treaties should be left to the executive,
saying that the treaty itself had Ken
made public as also the president's
message upon the aubject. Morrill con
tended that the iue?tii-n of annexatlvn
was one of much cuMic interest and
said that on this account the public
should be ful y Informed of the reasons
for and acait.st annexation, lie spoke
Maaon for Pennant nt f'nl.llHty.
Mason took advantage of the oppor
tunity to make a sweth directed cen
trally against executive sessions. He
said ne wouij taKe advantage of a'.i
auh openings to exercise his influence
to break down the senatorial rule for
ccret sessions. He asserted that the
rule was out of data, out of keeping
with the "tirocressive tendoncv nt th,
time." moss-grown ami obsolete, and
argued that it should be abolished.
The annexationists now Claim fiJvotes
for the treaty. lacking only one of th-?
number to ratify It. On the other hand
the opposition says the ratiflers wi'.l fall
short from three to five votes.
GARY HAS A LISTUF KXI.MIIS.
frataala a tUtrh of "Fxreptiou" from
rirll itervlra F.laniinatlonv
Washington. Jan. 11. IYrtmaster
Gcreml Gary haa acnt to the sennte a
reply to tha resolution arklng what ro
tttlons fhould he exempt from the civil
service. He says: "In try Judgment
the following positions rhould be ex
cepted from the rules governing the
classified civil strvlee. In addition to
those of private secretary and confiden
tial clerk to the postmaster g.-r.cral, and
ursk!llcd laborers, which are now ex
empt: Chief cleric of the postcftiee de
partment, disbursing cl?rk, appoint
ment el'-rk. private secretary and chief
clerk to each of the four as? L-tant post-mast-r
general; private secretary and
conftdi'ntial clerk to the assistant at
torney general for ihe postofflce de
partment, and confidential tk-rk to the
chief potoirie Inspector, postal card
agents, postage stamp agent, stamped
envelope agent, Ave postoffke inspec
tors, watchmen, firemen, assistant mes
sengers, pares, laborers of all kinds,
"In the postoffiees throughout the
country I would recommend the follow
ing exceptions: PupcrlnHnJ-.T.ts or
clerks-in-tha.-ge of carrier station, as
sistant cashiers, private aecretaries and
stcrographer to the poetmaaers in the
Walter Baker & Go 's!
Banuta it It if-crJiito'v r,
Ba a that yaa rt tha franiat artida aaak by WALTM
BAKU A CO. Ua. Darcacstar. Maaa. LstaMiaW 7M.
aia I rll iio laiiii'iHE r
atwMvaa aaa aaaA.A.an
wawaM.i wa inaaiwillM
i Davenport Health Institute
i Sneclalties: z'r- r.
m 47Wt.iaiUC9. ABwtlwu. AKkoa. Bmhiu,
V Ccatnrdv, n adai-li.. IMalki.ii.. Nrwt. fumtch,
W Lin, KMnrt. SntM tHMCOaa u4 Suul
A) lM ttn4 T.ana.
te) Sr4 tiw Mat. In map. ftjr eopr aT tba IMtetf
liMam," an4 I'l'M.i. Sto.
K. anratioa t aalnt ytm (adan ax mat la
v ' atamr villi ;eu Bnt WMnBtikaUfta.
() Atumt all amHiaaapM,
larger cf.lces tuesscngers, . porters,
rlenner?. Janitors, watchmen and labor
ers." Secretary fllss also replied to the res
olution. He recommended that a num
ber of appointments in the department
of the general land office, oflioe of In
dian s flairs pension olTlce, pension
acency servlr, education and patent
office and gsolngh al survey be exempt
ed from the operation of the civil ser
vice law. . t
ILI.l:s OF S.K.CKETAKV A I.C. lilt.
II Waa a low Fever That Lasted a .Month,
but llaa Now Iinaicarcd.
Wnshirgten. Jan. 11. Alarming
stories sent throughout the wort rela
tive to the condition of S-cretary Alger
have caused the issue of a formal state
ment freni Assistant Secretary Jleikel
John. after consultation with Captain
Woods, the army surgeon who has been
cttendir.g the secretary Curing his ill
ness, which has now lasted about a
riinth. It is said that the secretary
was attacked by the grip, and this lert
in it. wake a low type of fever, not
typhoid, as has been reported, which
v.eaktned the patient considerably.
The persistency of Secretary Alger In
keeping at work, even while confined to
Ms room, undoubtedly retarded his re
covery very much. Hut he was finally
Induced to give up the attempt to look
nfter the department business until he
was able to get about again. It is said
that yesterday morning the fever had
completely disappeared and that the
secretary was stronger.
Tft nn the Civil Scrvica Question Today.
Washington, Jan. 11. The opponents
of the civil service law had much the
be.-'t of the debate In the house yes
terday so far as the number of those
engaging In It were concerned. Nine
f the tleven s?r' akers were of the op
position. The frt.ndjs of the law are
very anxious ta shut eff further de
'ji.te and in this will have the co-operation
of Koed and the rules committee.
Moody, who has iharge of the bill, five
notice that tic would tost the sense f
the hfu.e today on a motion to elope
debate. The opposition immediately
nrt word to all in their ranks to be on
hand nnd they s:iy they will have no
diJT.ci.Uy In defeating the motion.
MarliliiUtant Um U IIand Complain.
Washington. Jan. 1!. A committee
ronsteting cf ISepreAi.tative Prince, of
Illlonls; James O'Connel of Chicago,
prealdert cf the JrU-rnatirnal Associa
tion of Machinists; Hon. Charles G.
Dawes, ccmptroll of the currency.and
others called on tie president yesterday
In the lnt.-r.-st of jhe machinists at the
Itcok Island ur?nnl. They represented
that Commandant Ulurt had nrhltrarily
waled down the wages of the machin
ists to the extent of from 1 cent to S3
cents i.r day, notwithstuadins their
wages were already lower than those
paid for similar work in the Immediate
Turk It a Hani Una lo Manage.
Washington, Jan. 11. United States
Minister Angell, at Con.laminc.pie. has
reported to the state department that
he has not as yet succeeded In securing
an assent from th? Turkish government
to his demard for the payment of on
Indemnity for the American mission
property destroyed in Armenia. The
Porte lakes the position that a govern
ment is not properly to be held re
snonsiblc for Individual property bvt
or damaged during times of riot when
the government toas made every effort
to guard it
Hen Want. $5,000,000 from Trance.
Washington. Jan. 11. Messrs, Ditten
hofer, Lautorbach and Limburgcr,
counsel for Dr. Cornelius Herz, yester
day appeared before Solicitor Penfield
at the state department and presented
a claim for Indemnity In the sum of
t:.000,0fl0 against the French govern
ment for an alleged illlegal attempt to
persecute Dr. He-rz, who is an Amer
ican citizen and was mixed up in the
Panama canal scandal In France.
Tnd ,f a mB Strike Approaching.
London, Jan. ll.-There are sins that
the end of the great strike in the en
gineering trades of Great Britain is ap
proaching. Large numbers of Glasgow
engineers applied yestorday for rein
statement FOR USISG l
Beause it is n:t rrais by the soiled Dutch Vrxtss ta
which chemicls are uied. I
Because beans of the Cist qralir are used. t
Beaure 5t b vaii t-y l method ahich enscrves GnUnssired 2
il exquisite natural flavor and odor of the beaa.
Beciuse it is the most economical, cosing 1k than one cent i
,tl Annual January Sale,
Overstocked with OVERCOATS axd SUITS we must unload to raise
money. Never have we or anyone else given you such great values. We
cannot replace a garment at prices quoted. Cost not taken in considera
tion. We need money. Do you need the goods?
I Overcoats and Ulsters. Overeoats and Ulsters. Overcoats and Ulsters.
ChfnoMn! R,n.ui8te,-Kersey, Frlerea, Keracys. Cheviots, all The best values ever ahown In
f.nt .!vVi ;V.hlPeorl8- ndn styles and makes, that sold for the city for f 16, for this ante
h fact any Coat in onr house that tl 50 and $18.50, your choice of only
sold np to t22 50, aale price the entire lot for
$15.65 $13.15 i11'60
Overcoats and Ulsters Overcoats and Ulsters Men's Reefer Coats.
that we have nevr Bold for lea, "ot . 'irf! FriezM d Chinchilla, .old nnd
$8.90 $7.20 $5.00
Men's and Boys' Suits. 20 Per Cent Deduction. Underwear.
9fi oa n M..t 1? per cen deductIn on any Best line in the city, 20 per cent
winter .Til tT 0B "J CUWa SuU' Reefer nd deduction, on nil winter weijht
winter snit in the honae. coat in the honae. underwear. 8
The above quotations
on this sale for cash only. While we have a large stock, early buye
get the best selection.
On all lines before
taking our annual in
ventory Jan. i
S24, 326, and 323 Brady. St.
On all goods in stock.
In order to move as
much as possible be
fore invoicing we will
offer great special in
ducements to all Fur
. niture buyers. Now
is the time to get big
& CARPET GO.
324, 326, 328 Brady Street.
FEASTS FOR LATE BUYERS:
are to convert our goods
Store Closes at 6:30 p. m. Except Saturday.
The Elixir of
If not, consult
ently located in
Win His Cured
Onr Electric Machine tor
the treatment of Karrooa
Dlneaare, htieuaaUem anil
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur
able by Others.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive Drain. Sleeplessneaa. ThreaUned In
UiTeiy enrei Memory' JleuUl De""1"". or any other coadltlou dne to nerrooi xhaaatloa, pa.
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Aathma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilia, Blood.'
of mJdie'iie!1 mtme cn niM an1 pernuaentlj cured 67 oat adranced rtai
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
nonltM with othera hr.n a m.M.iu wam - - . . . .
-..k,,,,. . , r- Jv. - iiuwcbk i-"m m wren aaja DT oar PBlBia
seUiotU. tljdrocele cured la uuee dtya no pain.
WOJIEN Boffering from diaeasea pecnltar to her sex, ahonld eonanlt at.
1.71 pored .m,lty eit sivan np at Inpelcw, and we may be able to core ma. Surgical overa
tlona performed i ,oar home If dealred. AbiominU aad brain aargary a epeciaitj.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. Th. num
?UI!.fr7,eil!en":nt",w" b,ve 'foivod from the newapapere for onr remarkable carat la
IhSrr ':,a'VKt.''-''Vroot ,zt that onadT.nced mhode tSi TifSS aU
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