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THE ROCK ISLAND AliGUS, SATURDAY, FERBUABY 22, 1890.
THE DAILY ARGUS
jowa w rarria.
8tnai, Feb art a? tt. 180
tt Omit twi Met tmlH at Tlian 4m
Saw, whars tr1hsrs "to tali te nm tartr
Era the exciting debate over the
world t fail bill hu Uiled to disturb the
pdnfal tflettn which enshroud the Hob
W. H Oeat Cu it he that he U unb!e
to scrape reewrnition from the ipeeker?
Idttob Meoili of ChieBfo.' says
the Philadelphia 7V-s. "hu ot been
wi-aa foreiga mission, tad it mi liberty
to tell the d minis' ration a sat whatseomt
truth. Editor Medill says the Uriff
aat be netted or the western farmers
wil a peel the republic wro and
Tax membrrt of the Illtaoi diet
Praaa aaaocialloa. alter a three days' "
sloa ia Peoria, are now oa their way to
the city of New Mexico, making stops at
intermediate potats. They expect to
reach the land of the seaorlta aad boll
fights on S 101st. April I The readers
of the prori octal papers throughout the
state, snsy expect a marked improremeat
In their different journals next week.
The "ile Til" tsfli nsee full swing, and be
alwsTS Dsskee it interesting when given
tif i chance.
Mrs Lamokt an inmate of a Per.a
bsgoio. has falleo heir to oasMhird of
She has two sisters who are
teacher, in the public schools at Has
tings. Neb Ltmoat it the assumed nsme
of tne Peons Lei rent, and she sprang from
a fine family in New York, asys the TVwa
tmpt Seven years ago she was married
and after a brief wedding existence hsd
some trouble with her husband, whom
she claims maltreated ber She left bias
aad soon after commenced a life of shame
Par the sake of her family, especially her
rulers, who hold high positions in good
society, the begged that her real name be
omitted Hr uncle will return in about
tfcree week with the other sitter,, aad all
of tfctm will gft to New York.
Thi western firmer, who, being una
b e to sell their corn, are burning it for
fuel, will naturally plant leas corn aext
spring and more of other kinds of grain
Bui will this leave them much better off
asks the Chicago Bvd. With large
crops ui wheat. frr example would they
be sure of (lading s market for it st a
payiag price? Protection is rapidly
dririn foreign wheat buyers into other
Saldt England is getting more and more
wheal from India with evtry succeeding
year aad taking proportionately leas from
us Prance and Germaar. in retaliation
for the duties we have laid on F.er rh sad
Oerassn p-odu. fat, bsvc pat a heavy duty
oa American gra I The lockouts,
strike and low wages nf protectian have
dtrtinitbed tne value of the manufactur
ing renter a a borne market. In fact,
restriction upon distribution exist and
are accumulating, which may make it at
Impaasjste for the farmers to market their
surplus wheat a their surplus corn They
ma r tate ' their crops wisely, reap
abundant harvests and all thai, but they
will alway be in trouble until they de
stroy the tariff
ek lane EBa-tae Mra Araaltird
CsTIcaoo Few. IS Twombiy and
Laciocbe. engineer and fireman of the
Rock Island freight train causing the ac
cident at S uth Englew.ood last Septem
ber, by which seven live were lost, were
arquitud this morning of the charge of
Belter O aanrll t aarinrd
CnicAOo Peb. 22 0 DoneH. the
Croaia jury briber, was convicted this
morning, the jury being out all night. and
sentenced him to three tears in the peni
J,k, J.rob l.lol Prat.
New Yoax. Peb 22 John Jacob As
tor died tod? of heart failure
A CORNER FOR LOVE.
Thai I. V r. at Mr.. NH and Uoagrlaa
Arc Look lag lor.
Vosvt. Vfb St Dougl." Green and
Mr Hra-ll-Mr"ra ar living in private
tuatf in p, acre Toe both look careworn nod
pale Mr Green amid yaterda, -Tbs poor,
dear girl i quite proatrated bv t- tar ' ca
blegram rrom Sw York. The exposure a
Bat i an itable." aujzaased tbe rrportar.
k - 'ft n-m- Thr Ira nnr iraisnt."
rt-lii ia? Green. "I bar, cabled to my
laa-Ter. he rxWtkmoed. -to watch tbe caa,
We hare ltrr. d our bnais rw.w. aad mast
aaek the lrt the Uistina W bar,
loved ea b ther for year, and now "-jag
shall aat - an W realise our p. r.oa tarxr
onvfc i I ut to world aide, aad kr mtU
I a curaer a wtmb to dwell SB
Tue Luc'tf Varlaa la I a a ad a
GTTaWi i,r.i f ti X- To- French bva
gaag if astir u st at last tattled. After
StX-day' IWaxt, the ot- u arrived at last
Sha. The govaraaaant aaa mi a
their proooaal to laavs the ahoLaBBaat of
Prearh m the 5ortbwt tarrtlarr the
assml learsslatara They got a saa)ur.ty or
The Atctnaaa Rtamt.
bomtv. Pat a Tbe Atctuwia railroad,
Ln asm hi i (tatawawt. shows: Gross aarauaga,
l.m.7n. mm mm tlM.aW. aat aanuaga.
I HK - sUSl MB For the tear.
Ma.Iat.tX. mcraaa i 6r luv. net
aaa IaJ at Hllll.rd.
Saw You Fee, tt Ia the hdhard tour
scor WO u. ;? TTrssmi pas J as rw t
talk r -o- wtiW UXy arae laarin Sail so the
Sms, Una c3lr Avaraga. Soasna. IS I t
Oaiy v i: su
rab Zt Lax urlaaaa
aasaasasa tester lay
yssass iai miwalaa -----
maasda l iaf? tba
I anarf for
TV tartasT ata anas
TVs popularity which Hoad's Saxsapa
riUa has gainod a a spring medicia is
aaasjte of heeJU-srlviag. blood purifying
aad appetite-restoring which everybody
to awed at this season, uo sot
ia a dull, tired, aasatisfartory
traad bw Boad s Sara awn II. It
law blood aad make the weak strong
tall a man that ha la a fool; let
ad ha may Bad it oat hlmsslf.
11 sea1'!? "Wofttn wis. Laser pepars for
"J oa fataJ to the oBot
led Itasead. TtmlMiWiSHlV inup
mmm has kwi to War. ntn mam af
BLOWN IT8ELF OUT.
The Oratorical Gale at the Na
READY TO VOTE OH A FAIR 8ITR
Oaa Day for aVlll. Oa
aad Then the flaal Taf af 1
M Law to rvaSae Faltad tata OSB-
lali In " r- Caalelaa PeetaSaa
aw ran? Stataa Mllltaaa tar Ue learn
aad tar Mlaal.l-a la.rovmr.i.
Wassrnrorrt Crrr. FeK tt Aauahii
VpowiSsu houss was pre m at resterday to
he to the World fair debate in the
The Brat speaker was Hooker of Mi
in favor of the capital as the
kac to hoM the fair Its
si tdsosaThtof the eater-
fjrst and had oraasBd a board of pro-
four year, ago.
Mill, a Teaa, Btaaihlaa eaakt.
la apeaksag agataat any fair at all aad
espertaUy agaiaat a fair whk h saouki take
any govarwsaaat aanaey. Milt of Texas dav
y every aawe that k w has baa
uo t j for tweatv vearv He
paki tribute to the roagnirWe- rroapentr
of the paople of this country ami aud the
reasoa throf was that the peons was left
free to caouat their own vocation: that
ther arse nothing paternal about this gov
ernment Then be uttered a protest against
She sarriwhsn i nts of the geeeral gorera
ment. aad iu uaurpaUoa of the power and
rtghuof the states
Ca4aaaha, aVaawhea Oat.
Then be attacked the very meat of the pro
posed enterprise by declaring that Columoo
wasn't a bag maw a given credit for He
didn't discover thi country anyhow He
bad go ne oa a trip to haat Indian and
found them, but not m North America.
Therefore the date of tbs fair was too early,
for America Vespacins did not disco var
unbi some years later. The
was big pull on the 4d Sag,
aa-i aa appropriation. If 5ew York, Chi
cago or Sv Louis wanted a fair let them
bavw it and pay for it.
Taa " Nigger " aad the Tariff.
The Republican party next came in for a
b'tast. because it had refused to let tbe negro
vote in the District of Columbia, nd than
that party bad the cbsak to ra se row be
cause the southerners wouldn't let bam bo
vote down their way. Tbe people ware al
ready taxed so nasi, and sow it was pro
posed to lurthar tax thorn for the benefit of
so big city. He supposed. fair would b
b-id. but not with his consent when it
came to voting, he would go for St Lot
because be knew be could get the houss to
agree to hold it in Texas. Then he a
vote against any fair at all
Peaalaa, ra, the Fair.
Moras of Jaaswachusette sJso opposed an?
fair He said it didal make any difference
where it was bald Uncle 9am would hav to
foot part of the BUL Thu was a gooi tune
to begin economy Rather thsa spend Stt
uuo.uJO or so for the fair, wbv not dasoto
the money to risattcii dependent vatorsatt
to psssdon the soldiers who suffered the tor
tures of the damned ta AndartonvUla aad
othw prison pen of tbe south or to estab
lish postal telegraph I
Gibson of Msrvland. OTerrsil of Virgtw,
Houk of Tennessee, and others advocated
Adraeale af t. I.oaia.
Yaadevsr of California. Kmer and Wil
son of Missouri, and Carlisle talked for St
Lout The IstVr sail tost cite was the
can tar of pi puiaUon. ad houl i be the site.
But be was against any government appro
priation. Waatevar cuy got tbe fair art tt
par for the prtvllage. O'Neal of Indian nd
Formaa of Cliaoa also went i for St Louis,
Where Da ata Mlssad It.
Hstcfa aid that it was prorvlen'iv that
De Soto had been fifty year rotund CotaBB-
bns. U b bad discovered the Mississippi
vailey fifty years sooner N-v tii.ini anl
Manhattan 1. 1 a rid would now be Indian
Tussi valiiuss for sal at f L 25 per a ra New
York had no arte -only an option on a sire
"and," he said, -you all know whit an option
on Wail street at "
"I snppeas yon nv been ther-" aid
"No. I have not,' Hatch replied, when tbe
iaugfcter had aatadil -and that the rea
son I am not trying to go there "
Taa t hlaasje Btaa Talk a Little.
Mason of Duaots said whan he thought of
tne many thing, be bad to say ab-ui Chi
cago, and the few ussanstes he had to say it
in. be felt like the boy who sat in the middle
of a sugar barrel and exclaimed "Oh. for a
thousand tongues to do thi thing tastta"
Hs would like New York peopie to go to
Chicago and aa the great ihipSag of the
lake, greater than the foreign rnmmar of
New York aad a peaceful mvt. not war
Outhwatte af Ohio said that in obedience
ta the vote of hs state legislature he was
far Chicago Gear and Kerr of Iowa and
Owe of I ad Is n also spoke for Chicago
Plenty af Backlag for Ootliaa.
Lansing. Dttnphr. Sptnola, Psrquhar aad
other rpoke for New York They said that
city had loth site aad monty. that she had
tl5,CJ0 OOOdow where Chicago only bad an
alleged '.' per oeat on a shadowy V' '-. oiJ.
that tbe city which rehabilitated Libby
pruon sb juia not dare to raise her head for
national tweagantssn : that it taxed Chicago'
hotel a .yuBinodationa to the utm -t t-- find
room tor a national convention . that every
other city in the country was provincial in
comparison to New York, which only was
metr.-p- .. tan. and that she did not ask a dol
lar from the government.
Candler cloeal the debate with a tow wurd
on the general subject.
Te Tate oa Maade?.
Now that tba two days' debate is fir uhsal,
the real battle bagina. Oa Monday, imme
diately after the landing of the Journal, tba
decs will be rleared for action. Then tbe
roll will he called, aad a each member's
aasas i snog out by the reading drk be will
anas bis chutes for the World's fair loca
tion Before the first ballot is taken it a
likely tue anti fair man wib move to lay the
whole matter oa the table
How It Look, ta Chicago Men.
Chicago men claim that It a dear that
Chioago has a larger number of votes than
any othr city FsTlmatot vary as to her
strength on first ballot . bat Ui is a conserv
ative figure, with W for New York aad 10
votes fir s fair aad anti-fair divided tatnna
Washington City and St Louis. To ?
Chicago will aaad 40 mors vote It is by
no mean improbable that the halioon;
! BBS, BBtw r Tire- iar
teagreee la Brief.
Wasmixurot? Crrr. Feb tt -Ti
y agreed to the conference repre-t
the till to rams pension of totally
Teterans The incranaa hi from aao
to gTX par month aad applies to those psa
aoaed ausos laaa, tart anas not allow arrears.
The bill to provide for town era entries
at Oklahoma was dshaSad without ao
tan aad tan anmb-r of public
Bsasning btbs ware pasasl The till
toteBrini iaaiiasans of nae widow of Gen.
a brief executive nation, the seante ad
ad to Monday
brum pat ia the day ag the
if tbe llBt-rL:
World fair arte An ,
PROTECTION FOR OFFICIALS
Taa riorlda Nardtr rr..ept. Edaaaad, te
latradaoe a BUI.
Wasaxeotos Crrr. Fab 22 Edxuands v
troduoed a bill to the senate yesterday pro
viding paataaaasat for those who m tartar
wtth Carted States officer. In the dMcaarg
of their Jry, and for other pin pissss The
tail provides that way oaa wiTifmlly aad
attempting to interfere with or
of aa officer of the Called State: or
conep ncg wtth other- to do so: crattampUng
or ranepsrhsg to a hnasly harm to aa officer
oa account of tb
shall be ruiity of
he fined not more than fiVlMi or
eon uulawrulty aamaltmg au ftoer lu the
!i.-iar- t Li- SBXt) t I . , .. - i tr,? n
of bt duty, is to t n:i-i nt
M.OW. or tss4wisod not asoc
tea years, or both. Any procr wilfully
bat not ma'K-ionely killia: a vdioer while
in the dtAcherjce of hat day. or when pro
ceeding to tbe diarharg k hia daty, is to
saaTar IwiprtwiaaaaBt for a term not exceed
ing ten yrs Any persot w-Jfully and ma
U(kwslr kilung aa offker s to be adjudged
suilty of murder, and to suffer death: but
Bas Jury may find a verdi t of mswaaiaghter.
A I -.:. on aa Pa t; Rate.
WsHiOTov Crrr, Ft 32. The
twCSStoa ra the complaint i gaimt tbe Balti
more and Ohio railroad fo making special
rate to tb-wtrical parties at the rate of 2
cent per mile, watch w less than the regular
rate fv a msle permn. and for selling
round -u i p SBessrskm ttrfceti wtthoat nwhaVty
liiidkns. the rate, at whs-b those ti--kets are
sold The nuusreios hok that p swing, r
excursion ratrs are require 1 uncVv the taw
t i be published ; that parti rate tickets are
not commutation ticket, and when party
rate are lower than omtet iptwaneou rate
fr dngis paaaaaawr tbev o nstitute diocrim-
WaaM ot Be Hear at the Prke.
U -Hit ,t I'm, 1 k A ii.- t:.
btlb introduced m tb asasts yesterday was
ems by CuLom to make Lai a Borgne outWt
an-1 improve tbe low water coannel of the
lower Mtssssstppi river Th a is the Cowdoa
Ban, which bas been pending in congress for
v rear It provides t .at when Cow-
don shall hav tip ism i tbe Like Borgne out -
tet. and aaasasaaaai a low w iter channel of
eht feet between Cairo I . . an I New Or
lean, be shall be pai 1 4 ).'. and that
ha shall receive giyij fo each addition
al foot hieh the river is .Icepened within
five year from the tune of the completion
f tbe outset.
Coat, None te Bel 4 Fort.
WaBHtsovos Crrr, Feb. i O-n. Miles
appeared before t e eaat committee on
defeases yesterday ac niti and BB
ie neeadty f or cot Jt defenses anl
for a gun factory on tbe Pa ado coast The
committee has authorized f i vocable reports
on the bill appropriating 1 1.00 .000 for a
gun factorv on tbe Pacific aid a bill appro
pnatimz J13S 'J00.OJ0 for cor tt defenses, and
$5,000,000 for fortifications Puget aound.
Aall-Moaaemly kgalatt Fa tal Telegraph.
WaSHt.vorJ.s t.'irT. Feb .2 William A
A K-ir;y, of New York, chairman of the
executive committee of Un kati-H.opoly
ttBgw, appeared b-fore the house commit
tee on prwtoffices aad post roe is re, trdav in
opposition to tbe Wanamaler postal u- e
rr -. . h bsm-
Natioaal Banks Aalhorised.
Washixopis Citv, Feb i: The follow
ing named national banks rere yeiderday
bbsAswbbI u commence tui ice- Tbe Citi-r-ns
National bank, of Lebai. n. 0 . cap Ui
too.ouu. tbe Stonebam NstK-aal bank. Sroae
hain. Vi . capitai
Senate t oaHiaaai loan.
WAantoTO!t Crrr, F-b 2: Among the
conflrutataon- made by the enate yesterday
ware tbe fotlowtag L E. P 1.' riiisaiai
agent at Milwaukee BJ . Meml!. of In
davaa. coaeal general at Ca let tta.
CHARGED WITH A M i STEAL
Mialetet' Stale Treaar r said To Be
New Oblxass Feb id 1 Picayuas
sWtBsaa, Mies., -pecial er, tint a great sen
t n was created in that cit ; y ester lay by
the rumor that tbs retiring rate treasurer.
Col W. 8. Hemingway, was hort tjSO.Ouu
in hi account Attention wa called to the
matter m the eenate aad a co nmlttae of in
quiry appointed Col Hemingway has bean
state trnursr for f -urwu y ars.
The Time-Democrat pec al from Jack
,on say, that x-Trvasurer H-min;Wav was
examined y ester lay by a join lnveatigaaBBg
committee of tbe legsuature. A member of
tne committee, in an mtervk w last c .
said the committee would leport to-day
Mean w tile Hemingway won d come before
thetn aain w,th a tatro-n that would
probably expiaia thwdttVit sst:da- tortly
Thiak He Caa Esplaia.
Hemingway was to-n last light, but de
stined to make any ttatexaent usti. the com
mittee ha reported. He said It hoped a fall
examination w uld be made by exp.-rts from
tbe beginn-.a; of hi term of office to the
J J tvnx the inaoashsg tnnsnrer. state
that Mr Hemingway ha torn, i over to him
in cadi upward of gJiio.uuu and IKej.uOO ia
bond, coupons, etc . and that be settlement
i not yet complete It u gene nth- bebeved
that Hemingway will be alls b .-xpiam
THAT CORNELL KIDNAPING
The Pri-on ef the freahmaa t aagU a Not
t et l)U .. f rr 1.
Itbaca. N Y . Feb. st Ta. sopHomce-ei
who kidnaped Cbapin. pnesden' of the f reab
man class, have eluded all att -mpt- at cap
ture Every eff it pivssable hi heu load,
by the freshmen to find and re eaa Chapin,
but far w.tbr-ut wtcoea S -outing par
ties are out in every direction and two da
tective hare bean employed to trace toe
anuaiag youth. A report wa circulated
that Cbapin wa imprisoned in certain
bouse in Brockton, six mile soc th of Itbaoa.
A party of freahiiisn went tbe and foua3
four sopbomorea in tne place. They sur
rounded the house and demsn. ed to be al
lowed to search tbe premise. After an
hour' parleying permission a a.- granted
but the birds had down, carryiz g their pris
oner ar-.tb them.
The Faculty oa the Beat.
Tbe faculty held a speoal me.-ting Thurs
day night and decided to use all jsafhai
mean to disoover tbe perpetrat jrs of it hat
tbev declare to be an outrage- The kidnap
ers are well-known, and every .ndicaQoo l
that a doaen sophomores will Presideni
Adam, once said, "jack their atchet anc
vmt their ancestral domain " The riv
hanquet com- off to night Tbe sophomore
d-clare that tuapin will be forcd to attenc
AN INDIRECT CHALLENGE
Protaert of a Row Betweca a Marvlaad
aloa aat a Baltimore 9ai Man.
Assapoijs. Md . Feb ti Tie bill aa
thonime tbe C besapeeAe and Ot 10 canal tc
he leased for ninety nine years t tbe Wash
ington aad C turner -and Railron i company,
which wa, formed recently for t ia purpoat
of acquiring the canal, wa pa el m tbe
hows yesterday The Sun na U -a a vigor
ous upaxmiai of taa? measure, dt elariag it a
fraud aad gilea ap in tbe rater -eta of tbs
Wast Virginia Central railway, of which
Senator Gorman is a large stockb kW The
Sua criticism brought Representative
8 Law the s.il champion of th bill, to his
feet Thursday with a demand tba the papr
-orract konse of its vigorou st amenta re
ferring to him. Instead of doisgeo, Tbs
Hun reiterated than, yesterday
Cnana, for a " DIBcalt) .
Yesterday aftornoosi Mr. Sbna took the
floor ou a question of parsoaal pri ellsge, the
paBat of waidk was that hs did att propos
to stead each treatment, aad th it he was
raalT to settle tbe matter with 'be Sun s
st any time, any place, and
the latter desired Hs fur
tnrr -taxed that if the alleged offense was
r prated be would offer a raaoiati n to bars
tbe correepoadent expelled from t se floor.
ki UM Ihe Taaag BJaa ai aide
IS? PrrcaaBrao. Feb -U a sea astioo has
been created here by the suicsd of s son of
Oaa. Drogoiavwff. and there a tu oug pub
BB detr.o l sue an uuuirv Uito t s ca
id ctrcuasataaee of has death. T ae young
an au a pupil in tbe corp dee pi gee.
Boa, far "Aba'' Uaeeda's Be, vers.
Los DOS. Fab. st The opera' loo per-
rsned uj-.-. voting Ata-nham L
af the I mteU .-axee minister. M an
by tbe paysi -laa to be in every rasaset sue
saasf ui aad ttre now raasoa U believe
Te lajaoa sertewelr tlL
LoaTDOX. Feb. XI Lord Ten ny sot
ly iU witfa
MADE IT A PICNM!
Trial of the Crusaders of Spick
GOIHG TO COURT L GREAT 8TYLE.
A I r - Headed ' a Brae Band
Oaa ot the I eater The Aeeaad La
dle Beeelved aa Ceaaerlag Heralaes,
with a MBM-Meetiag at tbe Opera House
Begiantag af the Trial All Ihe ?
naih? oa Oar Mate
TaxxTott, Mo. Feb. sS. Sixteen women
cr-.i-i-i-r a- - :i,.-ir. -'. 1 y att tntiabitiRts
of SpckanivnlK left that little town yes
terday morning at o'clock oa special
train for thi city, where the women were
to have a preliminary hearing for having
dotno'idi -chib' rooaxat Sptcaardsvilss.
The citir-rc of Trenton had male every
preja-,ti4in to receive tbe visitora Three
hundred wirn-i aad aa many men formed iu
line at the ra.laay station, headed by a
ca band, and when the i i inniV i alight
ed fr mi tbe tram a volley of cheer, greeted
that Tbs long proceshioti of the cruo i-r,
and fttuds marched to tbe opera house,
arhk-b the Trenton people bed k'.rru (or the
Hoag Out Their Haaner.
Tbe Spi -kardsviUe visitors carried baa-
o-rs on which were lnwritd mk-L senti
ment a -No ciub Monu here," -A mother'
hope a frjber eoa.' -We protect our boasea
and children,'' "The will of the majority is
law." -Hear the voice of tbe people." Peo
ple alxig tbe line at tbe march cheered tbe
eruaabr- a- i from a: ;--arar. -wi it
Kookei a though every boiy in town was in
sympathy with the n When the crusa
der arrived at tbe opera house tbev
found the auditorium filled, with many an
tbe outside struggling for admission. The
crowd was called to order by Rev. John Cox,
of Trenton, who off-red a prater for tba
crusaders Speeches follow?. 1. and almost
every minister m Trenton and Spickard--
ville spoke of tbe good work being done by
tbe wom-n. After the meeting adjourffeVi
tbe whole delegation from Spickard-vill
was entertained at dinner by tbe local W.
C T V. onrauiestioo.
Marched to the dnstlee
Dinner being over, the crowd ouce more
fell m line and beaded by tbe band marcbsd
to the justice cynirt of Jme' R. Spaaklin.
wbere room had teen reserved for the visit
ing aad other ladle. Hamilton Brady,
whose dub bouse bad been demolished by
tbe crusaders, wa the first witoe called.
He deeenbed the ttv-k mile on h - place,
and as be toU hit story several of tbe era
seders were notice i to ntte si his efforts to
to mak- their offense as black as possible.
At "5 o'clock last evening court adjourned.
Brsdxs ttstitnocv not having been con
dutoi Made the GueaW of the Tawa.
Although SpickardsvUle is only ten miles
from here tbe people of thi city would not
permit tbe visitor to return home, but say
they are tba guests of tbe town as long as
tbe trial continnat, which no doubt will be
for two or tbr-e dav. The prosecuting at
torney Mr Knight, made an attempt Thurs
day to rtr.j i v some one to assist him :n tbs
cw- 1 --i tae difficulty in doing so
Almost every attorney in tbe town declined
to act with him. while they have all signi
fied their wumtgaass to defend tbe crusad
er, without asking a dollar.
Vmpath? All One Way.
At Piattsburg last night Rev B n Deer
ing. of Lathrop. talked to a large crowd at
the court bouse Deering is one of tbe cm
deo' o Hinsej ors. and is one of the most ekv
quent pisior- in tbe date The Piattsburg
and lathrop people will boVl a mass meat
ing st PlatUt'Urg this evening, when it will
be decvltd whether or not the saloons at
Cameron and Fla t- urc shall be raided
AJanast ev-rv--lr - . mpe-hise, with tbe cru
siders. an i Bar -v m-r.t and enthusiasm
over the rk constantly growing.
All Qiilel at Lathrop.
N arret hav- b&eii made at Lathrop as
yet, and the manhad of that town threaten
tc tr Jig suits against -ttti if they at-U-mpt
t- iiiJut tbe worsen. Tbev are now
- v : ttat s---.L- BBTWaJ as tt-v
ay they will then be able to bring out manv
things tLat the nave i far held back. Ail
tbe surrounding o.-untry is off-.-nng them
every kind .4 aid. ani they will not lack for
raws Til to make a fifat u a finish.
THE KAISER ASTOUNDED
re Bi.u.arrk t to Now I
lie a Utile
I p HI, Sleeve.
LoSDO.v r'b H Tbe result of tbe Ger
man parliemetitary elect. s, bas astounded
tbe empcr v and abundantly justified tbe
:' '::..- I vr k BSB BBS
tica. application of the ideas of state Social
isni -ntertaiiwd ly hu imperial mater
ricureson the Klectloas.
Blri i V'trt, st Tbe resulu of Thurs
day's electron a far as known, are as fol
lows. EW-ited ' n&ervative. it: ImpenaK
IJ ati nal-l-i sH-ah. v. Cen traits, 52. Frvis
sinlgs, II: Socialists. a: Pole. 3. Alsatians,
lo D-mcrats I'snes. 1 . Independent
Ltberai. L Re-be dot will be necessary in
the contest for ! seats, which will be con
tested by 11 Conservative. 13 Imperial. S3
National-Liberals, 14 Centrist, art Freis-smia-
Ss -aii-'i I Guelpha, and V Demo
crat Mr. Porter Aasnllgliea.
Lo.id.js Feb. 22 -The Rt Hon. A M
Porter mater at tbe rolls in Ireland, whose
epeeofa was tbe cause of a libel suit brought
by ilr Henry t.'ampbeU against Tbe Belfast
New, Letter, and which was decided in fa-v:-r
I ti,-. s. t.s p laajand Mr
Campbel: and paid him touo He also ptys
toe cosse ox tne
CoBvicled oa a Child' ErMeaca,
HrarRts. Tenn. Feb 22 At a few min
ute after 11 o'clock yesterday morning, in
tbe jail mclosure at Osceola, Ark. John
King a as hanged for tbe murder of Mrs
Warren and her child The murder was
committed year ago. and King was con
victed . a tbe evidence of a H-year -old child.
Another Baaaiaa Maassarre?
BsloRadk. Feb. i As M Tauchano
vi tec. mrntttar of tbe totortot. was leaving
hi bureau yesterday be was seriously
wounied in the bead with a stone thrown by
a by stander tffort, were mad; to
il- -aiiant but aa aacce mm in
Aa Irish Prleat Seat to Prison.
Diblim. Feb it Father Kinselia bas
been sentenced to two months' imp isoo
ment with bard labor for connection with
the roc -at resistance to eviction Irooi the
f ail.. re of a Paper Coaaataar.
BcrvaJrO. N Y . Feb 28 The Getshard
Paper company, doing bxsunes ia tliia city
and D roit, has made an assignment for the
benefit of creditor.
LEFT THE PRESBYTERIANS.
A Clergrmaa Annouace HI Kaaaoas for
BaLTUtoas. Feb tt Tbe Rev. Dr. Thus
S. Child, of Washington, has explained tc
a correspondent of Ttss American, of this
city, why be withdraws from the Presbyte
rhaa church, aad asks to be received into tbs
Protestant Lptsoopal church la tba dinr
of Maryland Lr Chtlds says-. "There are
two BsaaaaKfas in the Presbyterian church
one toward disintegration, and oa toward
unity. That tendency toward ddatntogratioo
at that which produces the wide
diffusa ua of ontaitax. -I find m
tbe Epwopal courch's doctrinal faith
substantial harm'oy with our own, I
bold as anti-fact' ry th basi of Christian
ucioo proposed by the house of bishop of
the American Epi-copal church and rvtiaed
by the Lambeth conference. Tb first thr,
term the scripture, tbe creed, and tbs
sacraments ccsil i hardly cans ssrtoaa dss
cussloo smofig Protestant All accept them.
Ws are unable to see why there shou'd he
any more drJB ulr i -s with tbe historic eptaco
pate. Calvin admitted it: the best historic
scholarship of our age admits If
DINED AT DETROIT.
One Thousand Guests at a Club
SECRETARY K0BLE SPEAKS FIRST.
Hi, Sahjeet Being "Oeorge B ashiagtoa"
Blanche K Brace Dimisrs "The
Boa th era Qaeatlna" - I.loq ueat Ad
dress af Joks M. Thnratoa on tbe Sol
dier Eleaaeat A Little In. i. lent la the
Ohio Leaielatare Aatl-Tnit Hesoln
ttea at Dee Meiaea.
DaraoiT. Feb The annual banquet
of the Michigan cJub took place last evening
at the Detroit rink, which was handsomely
sBenxsled in honor of the occasion. Covert
were laid for 1.009 gas aad every table
was occupied. Senator Ht or-k bridge, of
Michigan, (iresided Many large delegations
from various parts of tbe state were in at
tendance Governor Cyrus Luce iu a few
suitable words welcomed the guests. John
W. Noble, secretary of tbe interior, respond
ed to tbe toast "George Washinriou " Mr .
Noble spoke of the effect of Geocjfa Washing
ton's life and deeds upon the present stabili
ty and greatness of this republic. He com
plimented Michigan upon tbe prominence
it has alway taken in tbe affairs of tbe na
tion. Brace oa the Sratktra Uueetlou.
Ex-Senator Blanch K. Bruo, who was
alioted -Tbe Southern Otiestion." followed
Mr. Bruce made an eloquent and feeling ad
drea He said tbe freedom and purity of
eeection is tbe burning qaasti.jn of the hour,
and referred B) the little influence the ne
groes bad in either the federal or state gov
ernments, notwitbatanding their numbers
aad although tbeir vote, were legally of the
same value as the white'. He advocated
national aid to education as tbe panacea far
sou -hern outrages. He opposed tne deporta
tion of tbe negro from the country by tbe
government a an Impracticable project and
remarked facetiously that "We got along
swimmingly when oue race owned tbe other,"
but now that they were on an equal footing
the cry was raised that tbe country was not
large enough for both race He ridiculed
tbe idea of setting apart a territory to be
exclusively inhabited by the negro.
"The Man Who Wear the Ballon. "
John M Thurston, of Nebraska, represent
ing tbe soldier element, responded to tbe
toast. -Tbe man Who Wear, the Button''
Mr. Thurston spoke feelingly of the wearers
nf this honorable emblem, aad dwelt at
length upon the aacrifkas tbe button fre
quently represented, ani the hardships en
dured in ga ning it He spoke of the mighty
man who have worn "this same bronxe but
ton: Grant, Sherman. Sheridan. Logan,
and 100 mora, whose names ars written ou
the title page of death!, fame. Their glo
rious victories are known of men , tbe his
tory of the country gives them voice, tbe
white Light of publicity illuminate tbetn
for every eye, but there are thousands who.
in an huinb:er way, no leas deeerve ap
What long-rest an Do.
Mr Thurston paid marked tribute to
Gen. Alger in reciting the story of the re
pulse of 5.000 Confederate cavalry by 1.000
Union troops at Boonville. Mo. in ldi
Continuing be said:
With a Republican congress, working under
business rule, presided over by s peker who
caa not be intimidated by criticism or an
noyed bv tnvectiv. It ought to be possible to
keep every party pledge. It ought to be possi
ble to revise the tan ff ia such s way a to pro
tact American labor without Imposing au un
just burden upon any man who toils. It
ought to be possible to complete an honest
census and make a fair reapportionment. It
ought to be passible to protect every American
citixen in his right to live, to labor, and to
wore. It ought to be possible to provide for
tbe helpless sad Baa, for tbe widows aad orph
an, for the suffering aad wounds of every
man who wore the Cnioa buttons. Applause.
Mr. Thurston closai with the fo .lowing
God biese the men who wore the button.
Their powder woke the n.ora of universal
freedom and mads the name "American'' first
tu all the earth. To u- their memory :, an in
spiration and to the future tt Is hope
They Nearly Suhmlt a Redisricting Bill
CoLmsi i. O Feb The cvrvrtss -ual
radistricung till narrowly escaped tempor
ary defeat in lbs bouse yesterday through
tbe carelessness of Democratic membn.
Sevaral scions bad gone home to spend Sun
day, and others were visiting tbe state insti
tutiocs on committee work, and so. although
the measure was on tbe calendar for second
reading, tbe roll-call sbcaed only twenty -eight
Democrats present to thirty-three Re
publicans. Hodge of Cleveland, the Repub
lican leader, saw his chance, and moved to
Beseacd by the Speaker.
This would wad the bill to tbe table . f rBB
which It would require a two-thirds vote to
take it. and a the Democrat could not get
that vote it would stay there Gner, Demo
crat was in the chair All was excitement
on tbe Democratic side Then Ihe leaders
recovered their senses snd st ones resorted
to dilatory t actios. As the Republicans were
pressing tbe question. Speaker Hyseil ran to
tbe desk, grasped tbe gavel and ruled tbe en
tire calendar for tbe day out of order. Then
a motion to adjourn until Monday came
from the Democratic side, and was put and
War on Trat In Iowa.
Das Moists. Iowa. Feb tt Tue R-st
resolution loosan; to legislation to pass tbe
Iowa inn it was one providing for a commit
to investigate trusts It gives the commit
tee full powers, and also provides that wit
nesses shall not be excused from testifying
bee us tbev may criminate themselves,
but agrees that such testimony shall not be
used againa th witness It passed SI to T.
Ia tbe bouee resolution was adopted di
recting tbe railway commissioners to sup
ply that body with lv.OU) copies of tbe rail
way map of tb state. Some t isiting com
mittee were announced, offices Oiled and
adjournment taken to Feb
Aa Old Bero', Death.
AXBo.V Ohio. Feb. Jfci A peculiar fatality
occurred near here yesterday Michael Sic
Donougb. an old man. found an iron rail
aero railway track in the southern por
tion of thi city. He was unable to drag the
obstruction from the track before the en
gtne of an approach ing train struck one end
of it with such force that he was instantly
I he trail. Baa not leave the track
Aa Old Landmark Destroyed.
Erie. Pa. Feb. ti One of th oldest and
noted botes between BuSalo aad
Cleveland, the Weuei bouse, at Weigal
town, a suburb of Brie, ha ben destroyed
by Ore. The building was of vary little
vmla. but was one of the .Jdeet landmarks
in this vicinity.
The Company Wants the Earth.
NaSBI a. N H, Peb 22 -Hon. Robert
Howard, of Fall River, in an address at a
mass-meeting of striking oper, tires yester
day, said that be had examined the facta,
and found that tb company paid a V per
oeat dividend last year. The propose j re
duction of wages would enable them to pay
aa 11 per osnt dividend tuts year. Th
stock Is as a share a bore par The state of
tbe market, ha said, does not call for a re
duction of wage
The Case Agaiaat Twoaablar aad LaCteoh
Chicago, Feb. ti Th jury in th can
of Twombiey and LaClocba, the engineer
aad firesnan of the Rocs Island train which
killed seven peon by a collision with a pas
Sanger train last September, retired to con
ader their verdict late last evaalng. Judga
Clifford adjourned the court until rnornlug.
Arrest, far Ba-BaUdlag Ban.
Dcaux. Fab g ssatilj narxoa ware
arrsated at Newbridge, County KUdar. ya
y. wkli engaged to ra s-ertlug tb
Of tenant svictod from th Clangory
A Largs crowd ssasmMsi st the
but war dispersed by th pottos.
CHILDREN'S CABBIARKS !
ti w T-aove i
. M C . . . w.- XI -new T e srtrt t.slme.
Evsar Hot-sxsEirtR Sbohb u wi unb(
TELSPUOVI HO. 10M
CARSE 5c CO-'S
Ladies' $2.00 Kid Button Shoe called the
Ita the best Shoe for
The cholera is spreading in Mesopotamia.
Gladstone is slightly ill with an attack of
A csl retl man has teti nominated for
i.:,. ( y ta, hs
Farnvers of DeWitt csniuty. Ill- . are com
plaining t! at their -orn is rotting 10 the
A disease Mm diphtheria La broken out at
Evsn-rill- . Wis,, and four jdlba have oc
curred Tbe Rn Henry Duncan, a Baptist minis
ter, was hanged at Oaark. Ala . Friday, for
th- murder of his wife.
Th- Nit weal Mu'uai Acs-i loot ssocition
of Indianapolis has been Unit l irom doing
busiiew- in Iiliuou.
i he number of j-up-i- in Illinois school at
pre-ent a civen as Trjl.ill out of a school
popUat.ou of l.rjiSl.OtaO.
The official rrjnrt of the relief ooourtittee
shows tbat Chicago contnlsited liae.dso for
the rdief ol tbe floud u3erers at John
A local Boston, laass.. stst:st:ciau dguras
that dt.iA.0UU aUe-bodie-i drink of Boston
made rum are exported lor Alncau cou
kumptlon every year.
A large party of promlueut Culcagoaas
left that city for Washington City by special
train Friday to represent Its interests in tb
World s fair contest.
Ii. an attempt tu arreat a rrorr BBBBasI
i White, near AiUiuerae K M . Thurs
day, the sberdt was mortally wounded and
two of his poase were kilsed
Fire destroyed three buildings, occupied
by aa many firms, at Toledo. O. . Friday
morning, at a total 1. ot sloo.uuu. Tbe Pew
pieV theatre bad a narrow escape.
Orrin Buchanan, delivery cierk at Abi
lene, Kan . under tb last administration of
the postoffloe and son of A ti Buchanan,
was arrested Friday on tbe oharg of rob
bing tbe mail
The claimants of tbe great Peralta land
gram m Arixona have beeu decided against
ou vary point by Commissioner Or off. of
tbe land ofiloe. Tbe claims embrace i
ov.1' acre of land
T M. Morgan, editor of The Sideii .Ills
Wayside, has been warned by th Wait
Caps of that place to leave taWSB Hs has
h en giving BtraVsf vrs a Btaij going over m
his paper recently.
During the horse play J the Montana leg
is a tore just before adjournment at Helena,
a number of firecrackers were exploded in
the ball. Tbe result was a fire that destroyed
s o. ov worth of property The legislative
rr ord-. were destroyed.
Fi:uresduring the w eekended Friday for
the Dtatod state-., iju. for Canada. 41; to
tal, .ri . For the corresponding week of last
year the figures were in tbe United
States ani 41 in Canada
Samuel Belt, who was arrested at Leo
ti ii. Ind. for shooting his mutber-in-law.
Mrs. Randall, ani freed because of lack of
evidence, bas been rearrested on the same
barge, together with Oliver Lse,
It is now thosarbl that the load of snot fired
Bt Dr Marion Kodick, of Rowland, Mich..
Isst week, was iurmded for b s brother, who
is chared with the shooting. The latter
? uld have been married sine tbe shooting,
.. be had no' U. n arroste-i. and it is sug--estel
that some cast-off inamorata fired the
HUNDREDS OF LIVES LOST.
TweUe Huadred Chinese FUhlng Boat,
and Their Crew Cu Bowa.
Sas Fhsxcisco. Feb. ii. Tbe steamship
Cuina arrived yesterday from Tokohi
aia and Hong Kong with the report
tbat tbe storm of Jan r4 swept about
l.'tk) fishing boat containing between I 4uu
and S.l people, from the Bosbu coast.
":ne hundssd of ttieee boat, with all on
board, ware lost On the same day eleven
boats were wrecked off Tatishtma and fifty
ashermen were drowned On Jan. & twen
t y-thr.- fish-uM u were drowned off tbe coast
of Masehaw. On the Mtb 3u0 fishing boat,
on timing fXnj men were lost.
The cxar of Russia has become a really
expert player on tbe riolin. Nero wa a
good deal of a fiddler, too.
Thta powder aerer rarlse. sasrif ai..
sad whniisnamis. Mas aasasaataa'
ordlasT? kind,, snd cannot a said ia
lea Wita ike mnltltad. at lr -
arass er pr paoscaata powasrs SUimmJa
. BoTaX Baxras Pimm n aa w?T
sc. a. T.
I JUST RECEIVED I
-A LARGE SHIPMENT OF-
Of the very latest designs and all priTate
f g RfYr Mir.'llflQilli. lon'lir.. . .-,11 11. .1
M to yonr interest to compare my prices and
patterns. No trouble to show goods.
the money in the city.
1622 SIECOZLSTID AVEISTUE,
2011 Fourth Avenue, Dealer io
Confectionery, Cigars and Toys,
Doll Bnsgie,, B..ys- Express Wa?ont. Bate Balls aad Bats. Rabbet Bail, etc
Also a Bafl ii,, of
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Writing Pspsr. Tsblet. Ink. fUstes, Lead snd S'.ste Pencils, ku
STOVES AM) RANGES
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coal
Tbe latest design of the long aeries of ALADDIN Stoy., This is hes
. . ornamenunoa. novel in man? f iu featorea-i, bound to be rk
,n J h,T COUr" L? 'upply of ,De febrattd RorND OAKS Tti has beei
TJStt.?. r ! unopuloo par , -
dot. t be deceed-buy ihe Round Oak-msde by P D Beckaiih I am -agent
for above goods as well as other desirable goods Hardware etc
JOHN T. NOFFSKER,
Cor. Third avenoe and Tweutit-th trt , Rock lelaiid
Our establishment is getting too small for our rapidly
growing business and we have decided to
to gain room, and will commence on Wednesday. Nov
20th to sell out our entire stock of
BLANKETS and LAPROBES
at and below cost. This is not a sham sale but a bona
ride sale, aa we will not carry any more BlaLk
ets in the future. For particulars
see local page.
The Koneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher,
115 and 117 West Second St., DAVENPORT, IA
A. J. SMITH & SON,
TILES and GRATES.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
15 and Iff West Third Street, Opp. Masonic Tarn pie, DAVEXPORT
sW-rTHERI m4 BABlEs
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
wXT TO ROCC ISLAND BOC8I