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THE lOCK ISLAND AKGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1890.
T1IK DAILY AKGUB
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fas Slamaaa. sml aatectt wiMmnn:" K ' b
if 4 ta Mtiti4 lo m as l-ata for ry (;
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saasst ...... lis
BH ta i
Tha SalaaMM will ( at Lh Tamar ball oa
Tsaaaat aw if r -f . !" 7 oork
V auesle.i, tamtnlsie for ffyvaahln pTlaf,
fair aa latant prlaor. oa uiaaaa.lt. saor
S iaaraahlp llio, tbr roaaUnaa to 111
ca-cW for I ha eaetnlr4 tana of foot I vara
as ' Kooa a rhalrvan of ta ell ensassttte
Jsbta W. cAl"
f "hi rn.an (In T'lWavt.tp I 'oinmllta.
AVOt U JIT.
At ib f,a -f maay liv-ada I brby aa
avanra mrwll a.liist f t ih a
Teblp llaar. eah)rt lo tb aeelstoe ol lb
DeswrMl. eltr l"Wklp roavaMffn.
Tub interstate comsnerce commission
rs have nhtalnetl some IMM "ting Infnr
Station sl.uiil the iff ni i.f tlit- rerei.t f
f'Kt ! reliefs Nebraska fbfmna by reduc
lag 'In r r.. fri :(.' charge n corn.
' Just aa soon as the reduction wss agrees
upon,' a nil ins witness, "lbs bnanl of
ira li- knocked ilown the ptica thst 10
per CSS)t. Consequently the farmers
game) nothing an1 the rbllrnsfls lost.
Th f set la," continued ths witness, "ihbt
eastern onsumert ran use only 4 portion
of las corn that Is rie.l In ths west sml
whan ths rate I lowered sml s greet gt
of fTbin la thrown st them they run from
It, sml down goes ths prloe." The iliffl
cully Is thst ths foreign ! msmt Is not
eijual to the supply produced hy last
year abundant bsrTeats. The "borne
market" la slao inadequate bnd the hard
ship lo lbs farmer comes from the fart
thst ll Is impossible to get good prices for
his produi is. while "protection" compels
him lo pay high prices for what he must
bay. Ihat Is the fault of the system
that protects manuf SftM Injr ui the es
pense of agriculture
PrXIo of the reiliairicilng of Ohio
by lbs present ilimocrslh l ulalslure of
thst stste. and the repntiliran howl rata d
bscaose of such acilon.th (.'hicsfo If, r
says Ihat them ia aomethlng fairly en
trancing lo deruoi rallc earn in the en la
mallona of hurrm and shrieks of ttfJC4i
With Whh h the ri paMtflbW r. ivi 1 1. r.
dlslrlrllnK of lbs state of Ohio by the
democratic leylaiature Some of the Bga
publican newapaera are an much sboi k.-.i
thai they have .uh iiln .1 mapa of the al
ci'il v' irymander, coupled with the an
nouoceuient that hereafter democrats will
lie able to elect their conreaarnen in fif
teen out of the twenty one districts, i ven
though tha atate ahould ft reulllcan by
aO.lKK) majority. This must Indeed lie
rery pslnful to the republicans One
would auppoan fr.im tbe high pressure
indignation of our opponents th it the
gerrymander was e luslfely s ikwM
sratlc Invention, If Indeed any slate was
Her gerrymandered before. Hut all this
Indignation la hypocritical Whathn ka
ths republican moral snnse is not tbe fact
that a gerrymander has been made, but
the belief that 'he democrala have made
ll Kvry republican stale in the union
baa been gerrymandered hy the republi
cans, and remains so to thlsdsy, but that
ne vi" i alioi kril them, it ia the Mil of s
dsmocratlc gerrymander whirh appalls
that conscience The pharisees II
all tferryiiianderinu :uld be probudted
tbe democrats would be the first lo rec
omineml thai prohibition Hut at long
as ths population of the atatea continues
to increase urn vonlv redlat rtctint: will ht
nucessary As long aa redlstricting Is
necessary tbe republicans will make a
gerrymander of it, and will be tbe duty of
democrats, whenever they got into pow
r. to correct tbe gerrymander Thai ia
all that wss done in Ohio.
Ii.'iimera and talllrmrn
At'bA ssas Cm, ka , Mm ti iu - Agmtt
many liam.era wntii aoillh ilniiilav, liUt
yaaloi.lat nil. III ia nm. f rell-
hill m ill II. n' III ah , M.-ll' m till'
way anil m . ui I .ur.l i i l tin in un.liln v
are line slop ttiK l'ti"ii hen- uii I tin Into
to wall il. lupin. . i ' . M i-1 i.f Hum llutt
aabhpia I i ll riff tinni Una (k.ii. li it
IUl I. "I Hill I HlMlli I'll' I iMl-lllWl
i. h'.l o.i i . i .-I in. ! I. 'i 'in. I lira
4SK'uau... Hi inuatl.'ii an I plauiiiiiK foi tit
fiifnr . Thoy will awlaavov In lirin; a'
IStM a pari oi Hu n i-attia Into milium
Kbikmi In fsasi ii i i.t tin. '.an I what lomii and
af ' Hi hi III ii. it... l-.-i aiautai',
A liaililmi W ri M. i'ii Olnia.
Col i Hbl's, U, blareh I'i Ii lafian Mil
lar, tin. . i. isaptua Ursco Koiuan wrmtler u(
lias'man was arvwatoJ hsvs vaainnlnv for
u all"U ' I criminal i.uira u...n li,
Aasita I. lit, a I 14 year anil nlaca of
F'ratt Hua-.'ii ..i .. ) Hi i a. I i ti ire Mia
tlharge. I . inn .in I'nl il la.t Mia. I .ii'
who duel liiiii-MfWiirk at Maai-niiu ii ', a lmrt
MlllfH Ii.iH.1 ) inl I'. li I In it. ..in to
ruase up hH l-.i 'i'l.a r.'.i .' tli r.nir.lv
war aiw ni fi in Ilia In man .M'll-'i isna In
fcla rmi'ii mi.l plcka I up I U" n i i n-i l in
mlltaal lii. nutrajj.. Milim h mm 1 1 I
I al al laMinlll . ii.
NAbHViuk, Tann , Manli 10 An A mar
l.-sh aaM ial from KayaltafVllla, this state,
a-iya Tha la. liar or a sawmill Im-atad at
falorahurn atphal.al yuaterday morning . In
stantly killing l art latvldaon. rolornd (a 11
ymr nl.l I ami .langaroualy wuumllug
black lirwi,, . ..loraj Ithu Hrvmani
First Chsrub Corns on skatiug.
Baound Chwrut Can't, full In TeatSaT-
rlyat ( liorulf- Dulii't viu gtt frigbt-
Bawootl Cherub No, kept cihiI Hir
Nasaflad u, si,,.
"Bruah off your coat alecve, my dear,"
amid Mrs. Lavkin to her biiabniid there
is dust on it."
"That is no roasoii why I sbouhl brusli
off Use aJrcvo, lova," bo replied. "I'll
imply brush off tha dust. llurpcr's
She rould walk as well a ever I bare
used Halratinn Oil for rnaamatiam In the
feet and aftar serersl applications was
entirely rsilerod of pain and could walk
aa wall as erer
Mm. Akh R Watxihs.
0 Cumberland Ht Balrimora, Md.
8ynopfis of the Republican Bill
REVEIDE OUT OF SIXTY MILLI0I8.
lBraill hinjn la Iba Inlarna! TaS
List Tka Iraaa Da SLaalaradi Ala
Lataabar Rla4lag Talna Malarial aw
Iba rrwe l.lat Tba Waal HrStaatala
..im. Ii ik a ppt pt Ial Iff a Bill I i
a Iba II...... ilia WwrWta alr Bill
SLaaalr i iffi. i.l liana.
WABMiaoroa Cm, March 1 Tha Rav
puMinao memhnra of ths way and taaaas
smnmlttas bsre sarraod upon a vary point of
divtaion on tha tariff w-havlnhai and tha ra
dactiott to be ma la fnm Internal ravenua
and will praawnt tba bill to the full commit
tee for lis ronaideratbm in a few day. Tb
clauaaa relating to car pat wools, Msxiraa
lead oraa an I one or two other art tela hav
not yt laa.n flnslly anil deflultaty psasad
apon h i-i ha UII to not absolutely oon
plvte-l, an. I ml of conrss, bs uh)ert to rs
vuwon it i i-lwrad to ba av.hatantlally a
fluiah a far a tba ma;-f1ty of tha ciminit
tes Is eun-'et ne-l
I hang-fa In Intrraal Ravanaa.
Tbe Internal revnuna faatur of tha bill
am aa follow.; Tha -nto.. alu.htion of all
an-UI tali-. uo.,o ilaaler of ail kind, com
asowly know ii aa lewnasa tha tat upon atinS
will ha repeale I . far mar. and planter ggWW
log t..li. will hara tha llbarty to aeli to
stoi tlvy plawa without raatrairt,
in the a me manner aa any farinar can 4t
poa of an ottw .rlacta of hit land, lit
tea uon mamifacturwl btlavm Will ba r
4uol from s .-wiU to 4 ranta a pound; cig
ar. tlmriMrta and n;r.-it. will carry tha
am tax aa I. Imawl under tha preai-nt
tow Alootml liar. I ill thai art I freo uietor
ulwtantially th iuw restriction a ar
prawrlbekl in tha senate lull The rwluc
tionh in the r. vi-i.n from tli MM bttft
In round mimhn amount to hatwaeu 117,
) DWl and l1r ,
Kadneilnn in the Iron eheelate.
TV f. rowing ara tha principal proviaions
In tha tariff lilula Tha charnloal acbad
nle conlaina but faw ihange from etiatlng
law. Th T" ar ome rwlu' ttont and no ad
ii"s in duty, and It hi beiiavad that ths
l.ili i . ii. ' lulw Will be found below
tha aetiaf i hialuln. Tba earth, earthoa
warn, and glaaawara achedutos reuiaia sub
taiitlally aa In tba e ating law
Thara arn a number of Impirtant chani(a
in the metal achwlula EiLting rate, are
malnteined upon iron ora and p g irijn.
Barbed wire for fancinic ia may I a dutiable at
0 A cant par pound, which la below tbe duty
upon that kind of iron ent ring into other
uese. beam, girder, ami tmctural iron
are redu'-ed from '' mt to 0 n cente a
pound, ohich I a reduction below that of
tbe senate lull Hallway h'i l rediiwd ti
0 n cent, a niinl, tlie praaent i at lasing $17
a tiai. a reduction of aiamt 4 s ton and a ra
in, i ion in t be rata fl i I by thaiaoiati bilL
The.lmv on r.i raila i na-iiiiwl b4 a too.
Tka di.iv on tin plate ha lawn Increaaed to
't 'i fwnta a pMMaV ilg tin remain free
llMN Is an ineraaae In tbe duty on pocket
Tbe Unit na I n lalier.
In the iiimlier wheilule the duty on .awed
board p arik.. and flui.liel lumla-r ia re
in. I '' " i . ent rro-u tlie pruwnt rate
Thara I a apeclal pro v Lion io-i ul that In
case Canada lay an eiport duty on lumtar,
the iluth-a .hall he cotli.-te I acivtrding to the
rate under eilatlng law
Uglier Tariff tin t . I . .. 1 1 .. , i I'mttneta.
Tha duty Humatra tolatcco t in. reawvl
to I .' 78 pat pound. There I an ini reaa
generally alotitc th entire MM upon tbe duties
n .n agricultural product. Tha duty upon
barley ia raited to 80 OSQta a hilahel , bopi to
lfl cent, a k .iin.l hin kwhaat to 1.1 cent a
l.ii. h. I u.a. aroiii and varue.celli .' cent a
pound. BAM lg MR a hualiel
Tha duty on a-i icultural staid la lucreasoil
Tba duty on rlca la ratlucid from ..to -nta
a praiiid . rime Hour and ru-e-meal from
1 cent toO lli cent a mund, and broken rhw
0 6 a pound Itutter ami auliatitute thereior
have the duty iu.ree.aed to 11 cente a pound
The duty oiirigt't in riilardto .'Ji'iiiit. a doten .
potatoea ' cents a bubu! BMsa, which
are now on tha free list, are made dutiable
at 1.0 cants a pound There la a .mall In
STSass lu the duty on fruit. I MMM and
lemon, in pn. k,-m of 1 J . culil.- r.wt or
laaa, cent, per pat-katfe. pu-kiign exceeil
Ing 1 'Jfi and laaa than I I Mk feet. .VI
cent, a package Km. in. J .'. i-eutaa pound.
A lvnin'e. In dutlaa have generally been , ,n
cafhal the farming Intereeta whera it la ba
llev..l Un reaaial dutle will ksssMM I he farm
.lule. Manilla, l l. .. I ree.
Hpu it. a liiea. and other lieveragee have
been left aa found In e Hating law Hallalau
baa not been loin-. ml I olton manufacturee
are Infl autmlaiitmlh In tin- wiiate bill
Jute, manllla ami an.al grass are put up .n
tile frra. hat. an i. tvool dngraa, which enter
Into the lluiahlng il Vatlier A roilin tlon la
made In the duty on h.inlliig twlue
Mitel W aa Done wlllt Wnl.
In the wool schedule, wool, of the Ural
claaa, known aa clothing wj, 11 cant a
pound hikiI of Iha saooad claaa, known as
comhlni; wool. V4 cant, carpet wool,
valiiA.1 at I'.' can I or leas, 9 5 cant, valued
at over :i'.' runt, H i-eiit. Tin I a reduction
..ro . cent, a pound from tka MMMt lift
and an In. nmec of 4 hconta from th" present
tow ll i. MkMM, however, Unit thnde
ftsJMtn n.l MMMfteatlons an I reatrictlona
provideil lor, will make thlsduty even more
valuable bj MM wool grower than tbe duty
flxaii by tin. auuatn hill. Iu tin. Mills
bill, W...I ne put mi Hi., fi.-e li.t. and tba
duty given b. MM Inuiiufa. tur. i - of woolen
fabric, wa. fi.un 4 ' U. 4'. per SMSV A tbi.
bill make. ....! dutiable. It givea compensa
tion to ilu, iniuiiiiai'turers for the duty tin
poaed upon Sfaol 1'he difference taitween
fee duty given the mannfai'turer by the
Mill, lull hii I Hi., pi. .poind muaaura I. only
III per eaut. After giving to the mauutac
til rem a CoinMnaatory duty foi the duty
upou wool ' arna uud cloths are made dutl
alato at all . i i?nl nd valorem additional,
woolen giH.la at td) par cant ami reaily madn
clothing at nil pur caul
Tba auger schedule I as given iu those dis
patch yesterday, and uiotoaMM I put at 2.1
ier cent ad valorem.
New I eg i. Ial I r ProvUlon.
A lien logialatlve provision In tbe bill re
quire importation, to show where they
come fi ..in. no as to put a sbip to the practioa
of In inking foi vlgii products to this country
with A nun n an brands uu them, tuu. sup
planting real Ainerl. an gooito Another
provialnii rewals tba tow admitting tbe sup
pltos fur government and government cou
tractors free, thus requiring the government
to stand on the same ground aa cltUeu
Total Keduetlon nf uO.OOO.OOO.
The bill. It la thought, will reduce tha rev
enues about srv, o4HH aud uf this raduo
tiou about ge7,iUu,UU) will b secured by the
cut on sugar and from Il7,uuu,0i00 to iw
OUO.issi by the internal revenue faaturaa of
the bill. Tbe fraa Hat. wbiub ctmteln. with
a lew except inn., all tue iteuit in We aeuata
bill, mid a few others which were not In lbs
Semite hill, will. It la thought, make a rsduo
tlon of between ll.2S0.UU0 and 1,000,000.
The reviaiuua made throughout the tnriff
schedule are eSpectail to make up thedlffsr
ance laMWssu th sums named and pllci.iaaj,-
AN tXPERTON SUGAR.
ne llpnatsea Iha Schedule of Ionic II-
ii Agraetl 1'p.tn.
U'AsntnoToN City March IV). Henry A
Drown, of Masaachuaotl. the well-known
ugar tariff aMM, la here and has preaant
Hi to the mombera or the ways and means
committee of tbe house, and tt)i-ougrranian
generally, Iu a pamphlet, a thorough cou
den.iitiiui of tin, .,lk;iii lui nr ipaestlon, In
which he take the ground that a moderate
reduction of the prnaent duty uu sugar may
!' matie without ilatrtmout to our sugar In
dustrie or to the interest of consumers.
He hold that any radical reduction ut duty
will be detrimental to every interest con
nected with tie consumption and produc
tion uf sugar in this country. He criticises
the proposal to classify all sugars up to No.
IS Dutch tandard as raw sugars, instead ol
UP to No, U as wreseut, aj simply uonsenss,
lastwuas it a atbl 1 add lo tbi r radae of raw
sugars oaea to refilling at th .vwar rates of
daty prOToatal, without tbe dagbtast lenejl
to omen near
Ore RMI.OWW.4MSO A .bed ft r Pea lent ana
tM.SWW.OOW for I irll tratlaws.
WasRisotus; I.Itt, Mar 19 Callom
iBtrodnced in tbe enate y I rAy a bill to
a neotj the interstete mnira eft. Tbe
urgent d ficien. y bill was tb' n pawet after
a debate in which Kislftp Kfc in ley's charges
against the government regn rMal t In Chip
pewa Indiana were empaat i lly oontro
varte 1 by Teltor Hawiey p rke against and
Mfiody and Chandler for he educational
bill. Several publh- liuild a bills ware
paaaed and tbe senate adjotin ed.
Bills ware introluced in th. bouse: to pro
mote the orjsMtrwetioe of a daep-water har
bor on the Texas coast, placit got ton thread
on tba free list, appropriatin j 94 .Vil,7S for
fortlttcaMona, and a Joint rw olution provid
ing for tka printing of 2f,f o .-opiee of tbe
aulogtoa on the tote Jtvlge h alley. A reso
lution was adoiitad asking I le war and in
terior officer whether mi nay could be
saved by transferring tbe per won bureau to
tka former. The p -o.ion ap ropriation was
than taken up in committed if tbe wboia.
It appropriate .-. I i". 4'. I Morrow said
the expen mure of the hure: n would reach
a maximum a turn t July 1 l-'t when they
would b- tl!!iHi'U and He iiomler of
petitioner. TV'.oD After li.cuiou and
with the lull aMIl e-n ling the bouse ail-
I ii.iii (...teritfttefit 1tltgritl.
MaaRISHrToM I ITV. Mar. I! Ivlitor
Rftsiwatfe, ot IW Cvjaska U, who stated
that he aa an ei-i i n 1 in u in the tele
graph bojimea. mad- an ar ument b fore
the b'tuae pitatfifflce i-ommittei yestentoy in
favor of gov. riuiin' ..wneral ip of the tele -graph,
on gen ral prtm-iplea 11 i-liare.1
that tli wlr- bail la u m;iui ulitt...! during
tbe war to the .leu intent of tb government,
and said a lu and 1.1 cent rati Would be re
munerative The govoruuiei.t ahould buy
all the linea in the country. n adrautage
of government ownership, be ai l, would is)
tbe aiateoi-e of strike.
Tba Ant. I i ... i I! II.
VaMMMMMR (Ml .March I The anti
trust bill, which Hherman reported to the
senate yesterday, prohibits alt i-ombination
which tend to prevent full an 1 free competi
tion in the traffic in any ait.le imported
into or produced in tbe Cured Mtatea, or
which tend to increase tbe c.l of tne same
to the cotuuiner. Any per n Injur. .1 by
such a combine i "ii in.y sue for damages
and recover, without rest t to tbe amount
Involve I, twice t lie amount of laiuagi-1 and
coat of Milt in any Coitod M at -a dialrict
Tbe World a Fair Hill.
Washisoto CiTr, March l The light
over the World', fair hill ha de.ut ended.
Yesterday tbe iiuestion of fi nda was set
tler by the insertion of a pr. .viaion in tba
bill to tbe effect Ihat the preald. nt I. author
ised to announce tbe lime ahta tkeripai
tlon shall I held, sml hi. pro lamat. .n in
viting foreign nalntn to partn itte, when
ever there haa laa-n fileil with turn aatisfac
tory proof that not less than U i,ii,i has
lajen raised or provided lor b) the Illiu. i
corporailoii Hee ret mry Trary'a I're.lK tmenl.
VTiwusiiTiii Citv, March 19. -A court of
inquiry will probably li onlaTSwM deter
mino t lie reionlbllity for tttol .pat-li run
ning aground on laMsjg Cwlar VMM gMai,
in the Potomac river. If a pun ly technical
view of the case ba taken tbe men whom bj8
. ..ui t i ill try will be Secretary Tracy, aa
when be i st ar l a Cnited Stets vessel ba
I. the ranking officer The regular channel
whj re the lfc.Mtch ran aground is sixty feet
dsap, so that there must have beon some bad
The Nubaldi Bill Nearly Heady.
Washijojtox I 'itt, March 11 -The house
committee on merchant marli e aud tlth
erlea have about completed then steamship
subaldy bill Ii 1. a simple sub.ldy, gn u.g
a tonnage subsidy of U0 cants ler ton for
every thousand mile traveled kj Anierican
steamer ltwe..n thl. an 1 hwsbj i IbWlllM,
No pTuvuiini i mad fur fa-t irnu or for
regularity of triis
Invited lo lnveatlgal. .
W AsiusoToN City, March IV A letter
was read to the Inmae h til committee
v eaten to v from li Norvin Uru, of tlie
Weatern Union, Inviting the committee to
vlalt the olti.-. i. ..! Hi., company iu New York,
and, with the aaai.Lauce of egpm ta, innke a
thorough examination of the lamK. mi I in
chanlcal fn. llitlea of the c.unpan)
IS beat Imported Into I'nr ugal.
Washinoiiin City. Marak iH The United
Htatea minister at Liihon reports to the de
partment of state Unit bjj .let ree. whlcli
look eff. i. t I . l. at toat, tka duty at all for
eign wlieat imp.. r let int.. t'ortu al as r
duwd from to 15 rels a kilograi t
Klmal.1 ludleled lor Mur ler.
WAaHiNOToti i.'ity, March IU -The gruud
Jury of tbe f'latrici of ( 'olumbla yeaterday
i.t ,.u.;:. 'ii an indictment against Charles L
Kincaid for the mur lw ,.t W ulia n H. Taul
ltealle for the Xavaaaa Kit tare.
xiAUTistoHJC. Md . March IU - Ju Iges boiiJ
and Mori ia ..I Mai I nite.1 Stat w circuit
iXMirt, have grunted, writs of er or lu tlie
aaasa of Ueorgu Sky. Henry Joun and Ed
ward Hmlth. the three negroes col vli-ted of
murder ut Navasaa Island und heretofore
san fenced to Ik. huiig -d on Mure i 'M Tlie
court also grant a stay of esect tlon until
the United Mtte supreme co irt takes ac
tion. Tba ground of the writ Is that proba
bly tha United stub - ha no Juitslictlnn In
BISMARCK HAS RETIRE 5.
Ha Cnnldn't Agree with Iha hi nn and
Iha Kaiser la Hits..
liKRl.lN, March IU Thecell.or.llpwlil.il
waa atahlishe.l over telegram Monday
evening wa iroiitluued until 'J sAsJo 'k yester
day af'erniN.n after sthich all o ispaU'hee
wars allowatl to pan a formerly Trince
Bismarck and hi son resigned tie ir place
Monday, tbe difficulty lielng over t be veved
quaatiun of the throne of linn cr The
einper.it wanted to agree to the di maud uf
Dr YVlndlboret, leader of the Komi n Catho
lics, that the larger portion ofthtUuelpb
fund ba restored to tbe duke of Cun berland,
who claims the throne of Hanov ir This
Bismarck would not agree to
Noolallat In tha Cabinet
Tba Prussian ministry also rosig ted, hut
thalr raslguatiuns were merely a foi mal act,
customary upon the resignation of t is prime
minister, but It la reported that tht resigna
tion of Count Bismarck and Herr V on May
bach ware seriously tendered aud mi v be ac
cepted Hsrruu Illcbert, Ooldsuhi lit, aud
other P-rVaaunlg deputies werslnvlbd to the
court banquet, an act ou tbs part of the
emperor which Is unprecedented It is Stated
that Professor liana 1 aud Herr Mujuel
(Frelsinntgs), will enter tbe oanint t as an
earnest of the emperor' do Irs to sgislste
for ths people
OPPOSED TO SERVICE PENSIONS.
Gen. Algar May .ingress la Bead Igalnat
Milwai kii. Wis. March IV "he an
nual department encampment uf fl a U. A
R. Nivsnd In this ultr yesterday n onilng.
The morning session was wholly taken up
with iMiaineas After the credential' of tbe
datogatoa were prceented and appni ed and
an organisation effected, the depa tm nt
nimmauder a annual address and the 5 sirts
ware read and referreil At the e t-euing
session Coinmsnderdn -Chief Kusaell A. Al
ger made n saech. In which be said (bat on
a visit to Waahiugton recently he i tscov
srsd that the congressmen and situate s wore
irrevucwbly opposed to the service unsion
bill, which will call for I.V).000.UA addi
tional appropriation each year. T le de
pendent bill, whick calk for about D.000,
000 annually additional, ha was coi tldent,
would be passed within a few weak k Ha
favorsU tha veteran taking what the; could
fat Irsttesrl of asking something th it was
An Illinois Ex-State Senator
AWFUL TBA0EDT AT DPP EH ALTOS,
Ka-senator l.illham, Altai ked by Bar
gtar SA Ml in Had, Slake, a Ilesperale
Mriift-kde aSS Ri Life and Cat a Flstel
Rail Tbreugh Hi Rody Near the Beart
The MiirHerotts Thief Esrape. Fr
sued l a I a Report That He I
Uptteb Ai-tos, III., March 19. Es-rton-ator
Oillham grappled with a burglar at an
early hour yeaterday morning and was mor
tally wounded after a terrific struggle
Armed men were scouring the woods far
and near all day, and hopes are yet enter -tamed
that the murderer will be captured.
Mr. tiilfham, wbo is easily awakened, was
aroused just bef. re daylight by a sound like
tb creaking of a door in the rooms below.
He lay still for a few minutes, and then im
agining that he beard tbe same noise less
plainly, as though an intruder ware moving
about in one uf the back rooms, he threw a
quilt around himself, advanced to the head
of the stairway and listened again Here he
remained fnllv Mi minute without bearing
ny more noise.., end as hi feet seemed to
lie alui'tst frozen he retired, laugbiug at
the al. i in ii i a-i .n-1. as he t lien supposed,
hy the distant rumbling of MNiie parsing ve
hicle. A tin. bed In Hla Red.
Hard y ha I h- touched hit bed, however,
wb--n he heard a sound which proved beyond
que-tioii that no intruder was moving about
in the i.M. in- halow. It wa tbe swinging of
the .lining i. . in door The sound echoed
harshly tkrtSBgh the house ami was followed
by a li.itfall iu the parlor, and a moment
i.i the ml er . itered Mr lo .r.arn's
ctia'uU r. an 1 thinking the latter asleep pro
cess led to ransack the bureau drawers. He
suddenly turned a bull's-eye lantern on Mr.
tillbam, found him awake and made a rush
for the bed. when Mr. Oillbam, though an
old man. jun.ie. out and seized the robber.
Iiesperale bat Kalal Mlrnggle.
A d-ke-rate struggle followed, during
whi.-h C.llbam discovere.1 that tbe burglar
wa a ui ro and that he had a revolver in
his han l They staggered around tbe room
for a few ni' in-nts. and then the negro
.book . ff I .a State and, jumping back,
tlnu.t .. il Ins revolver and fired twlos. Tba
fir-t l.ull.-t w.-nt ovnr Mr. (tillbara's sboulder
and sbrwofe tks door. The second bullet
strut k th.- unfortunate man in the breast
just over the heart, and he fell in front of
the 'I' -..I wav 1 11 - no.se of the struggle and
rejwirt of the pistol aroused every one in tbe
bouse, and as the mur.lr-rer jumped over
Oiiliiam s bisly and darted out of tbe house
be was ii by several members of tbe fam
ily. Mr li ilham was found unconscious
an 1 l.i.s.iiiig internally.
Hit- Itobher l.el Away.
In ti,.- -needling confusion the robber es
caped, and though followed, his pursuers lost
sight of him Nt ! of the shooting spread
with wonderful rapMitv, and created the
greatest excitement Mr. Uillham has re
ai.led hire for many year, and ba been
highlv honored by bis fellow citizens, who
have lime and again sent bim to represent
t If-ri i in the leg.slalurs The special police
of ike . Ky, all heavily armed, at ones took
up t h puyanrt, and were joine.1 by tbe entire
night poltaa fun of Alton, who ware or-.ler-.
bv Mayor Md'ike to remain a it b the
( ii froSB tkto attjl until tbe robber is cap
tur I . i hops of his capture abandoned by
the nu n from Upper Alton.
Hunk rise Hate HI in Cornered.
A str.nige iiinu supposed to be th mur
aaTSf wws sighted half an hour later, and
upon Is iug hailed, ran Into the woods and
wss pursued by the posse. He waa asen two
hour-, later by a small party and again as
cad S on came in late yosterday after
noon that the man was in close quarters and
t ..ii I.i prol ably be taken Several of the
put have n-tuined and believe tbe mur
derer Is hemm.-d in so closely that be wdl bs
captui I 1
gtoaa Near the Heart.
Mr (. iliham Wound is very serious. Tba
hull torn an ugly passage through hi left
breast in li e region of tbe heart, and tb
phvsieituis, h. v. ial of 'In. iu held a cousulte
ti..ii last 1,1,1.1. lutve declared that to probe
for it tiou SMjsjM ta- fatuL Mr. Uillbam has
a woiiilcrful constitution, however, and it is
said an etr .it will lie made to extract tbe
I'.. Mrs liilihaui is completely pros
trate! by the tragedy. She refuses to
leave the, I.- lside of her huatmnd, and there
Is fear that the mental and physical strain
may prove too much for her
The Woun le l man was resting easily at
la-.t reports, tut tin-physicians give no hope
for In- i . . . wry Tlie burglar got about
j '- Mr I iillham Is one of nneit prominent
men in the community- prolatbly the fore
most i iti.-.-n ..I the county. He is IVI veiirs
Terr'l.l) Realen ba Kmploye.
like M .si - la., March K - Johu Croas,
foreman of the city waterworks pumping
steti.'ii, was brutally assaulted by two em
ploye. Moti lav. aud is not expected to live.
Early Inst week Cross got into an alterca
tion with two brothers, Charles and Ous
rYalhe. and discharged them. Tbe men had
hceu negligent in tbe discharge of their
duties, but upon promise of good behavior
and future faithfulness they were re-em-ploVeil
Tks ill-charge rankled in the breast
of the brothers, and when Cross ordered
them to perform their work in a more satis
factory manner they Kith asssultod him.
duo let u-.c i bis shovel in the frsy, and
striking i '! ... nv. r the head smashed ths
Verdict nr. Ihr Lab Minre tllsaater.
Buffalo, N Y., March 10 Tbe testi
mouv in tin- Lake Shore accident iuvewtiga
Moa was finished yesterday, and after five
hours .lelils-r.itiou the jury returned a ver
dict i-eiisurmg the company for not enlor
lng Its rules and stating that Superinten
dent Couch, iu the opinion of the Jury,
knew that trains were running in an unnafe
condition Conductor Houghtahug Is found
personally r j...n-ib.e for the accident.
tews luleieat for luwa.
DM MolNta la., March lW-The seuate
Monday passed a lull .educing the legal rate
..f iut.'ie, t in n per . . :.' Yesterday the
house -.t I the bill in short order, only
five votes la-tug cant against It Tbe I cent
fare bill was adversely reported. A bill
making It unlawful to use obscene lan
guage was favorably reported; also a
bill to prohibit th- growing of this
tles; the bills to regulate sleeping
car charges and requiring mileage tickets UT
be good to any person without limitation
ware recommended for indefinite postpone
ment Tht annate passed a bill providing
for the granting of state diplomas to normal
school graduates. A resolution fixing final
adjournment on April 15 was adopted. Tbe
two parties held caucuases tost night to
nominate regents for ths state university,
Said Chicago Heel Was Rotten.
A n a!'i ibis. M i . March IB. Action was
taken yesterday by the bouse cn tba bill pro
viding for the inspection of all western
meats cotniug iuto this state, and practically
excluding that product by a tax. Collins of
Talbot county, tba father of the bill, de
fended it, and charged that some of tbe beef
coming from Chicago was actually rotten.
Members from Baltimore city denounced tbe
measure, and asserted that Chicago beef wa
Isstter than that killed around Baltimore.
Tbe bill was lost by a vote of yeas, Vo.
Kapolettn Ives Uut of JalL
New York, March IVI H. 8. Iras was re
leased from jail yesterday. His bondsmen
are Uaorgv it Staynar, Jr., and George W.
Btrykar lu the civil suit and Henry Hum
blston in the criminal suit.
Judge Lyon, of the Wisconsin supreme
court, has delivered an opinion sustaining
Judge Bennett, of the Rook county circuit
court, In a decision that tka reading of tka
Bible in public schools to unconstitutional.
THE FLACK .DIVORCE CASE.
Mrs. I Is- k rail ta latewtify a ttiaraatatw
I nditn l.iedl v Her Own.
?irw York, March ML There was a sen
sation in court yeeterday during the trial of
tbe F.ack divorce caa. Flack, who was
sheriff of this county, it charged with hav
ing obtained a divorce from his wife by
fraud and without her knowledge, with th-?
illegal assistance of bis lawyers, the referee
and the judge. He then married another
woman with whom he had been living. Mrs
FLtck petitioned to have the divorce set
aside, but later has b?en unwilling ;o testify
against her former husband, being, it is
said, bought off by Flack. When she was
on the stand yesterday she fa id -he signed
two papers not knowing what tUey were,
one being tbe separation paper used in ob
taining the divorce
Didn't Kaew Bar Own -i.-ininri-.
When tbe defense took ti, witness, a test
was made of her ability to ret sign lie her
own ban J writing. Hhe ha i managed to
break her own eyeglasses an 1 the j 1 1 re with
much diffi-ulty prevailed uon her to use
his own glass , an 1 -hi got on In a very
stumbling manner, finally repudiating ths
signature at tbe bottom of the document,
which was her owu But th clincher in her
ability to toll her owu handwriting was
given when she was bande I another paper
and asked to identify tha signstura. Shs
positively and repeatedly denied . and yet
it was her signature to the p-t it , to have
the divorce set aside anl uu loibtlly her
Base ball at St. Auiwiii- Ans.ju" colts
S. Brooklyn 4.
John L O'Brien, the Mated NVw York city
Republican politicia.n is said to be dying.
Piolsnd, the defaulting state trea-urer of
Missouri, was arraigned at Jerfcrson City
Tuesday. He waived examination, and was
bailed in " ooi.
Tbe treasurer's safe in tbe court house at
Geneva. Ills . bus been opened and that lit,
000 found all right.
The New York while laundry men have
started a crusade against Ah Sin. They say
that the Chinese must go.
Tbe snow on the Rio Grande railway in
tbe mountains is from ten to thirty feet
deep The road ba been opened.
A running match was beguu at Kalama
zoo, Mich., 'l ii'-t lav night in which the con
testant will run for twenty four hurs.
George Francis Train left Tucoma, Wash.,
Tuesday at 0 a. m. on his trip arouml tba
world. He will try to make it in sixty
UMs W.sids, age I ffi, a working girl of
New York who had hneu out of employ merit.
sin st last October, died of want in that citv
At N'orwalk, Cnr,, Tuesday, William
Phillips, a boy. accidentally shot and killed
ft 10-year-old playmate n hi In tooling with a
The first steel craft built at Bay City,
Mich., was launched Tnesdav Her name i
the -t ity of Chicign and she Is 'J13 feet
long on the astir line.
The Pittsburg. 1'a., co. I firm of Gumbert
& Hue made an as-igninciit TtlSsday for the
benefit of their creditors, lb liabilities
hive not been a-scertam.-l.
Judge Hvlaml. of Mur-hall. Mo . charged
ihe grand jury Mon lay to tbe effect that
progress, ve eur-hre is gambling and its de
votees, are amenable to the law.
The following national baavka hava lon
authorized to cornnieiic bus n. Pirat Na
tional hank, of Seym. ur, at Scvn our, Tex
spital I-VI.UOO: First National bank of IhV
n Cta, at Dt-liiorte, Colo , capital si.ir
l.ieut, Fchwatka. of Ar. i- rzploratl g
fame, has Irish blood in him He ccicbrabd
Ht I'atrick's U.iy at Cki ago, t-iok on too
much teugletoot, rsu tJotw of a nollnsSMbb.
M I laid a line of 3 for his enthusiasm. He
said ba couldn't help it
Fire aSSalUjad the dry good, store of
Fardes, Mills ; Co., at Peoria, with its con
tents, early Tuesday morning. The loss is
. Unrated at 1110,000 to 1190,000, insurance
1100,0110. This is the third tune tins firm
has suffered a similar loss since last XJay
TRIAL OF LIEUT. STEELE.
be Officer Who Abu.ed Private Wild
It a Court -Marl Ial.
Chicago. March Ml Tka court-martial
for the trial of Lieut. M F. Steele ou a
charge of conduct tending to destroy mili
tary order and discipline assou-.M.-d m this
city yesterday. The case is tks one which
baa caused so much newspaper t ok in which
Private I) 11 Wild refused to do some work
ordered by the lieutenant and was later
giveu a severe sentence by a c urt martial,
which sentence the president set nsi le. Col.
James F. Wade preside I, Capt. Murray was
judge advia'ate and Lieut ( louder was
counsel for Lieut. Steele,.
Wild Tells His Story.
The court convened at 12 m. to the min
ute, and as soon as tb. i preliminaries were
completed Private V ild was called. His tes
timony was to the eff ct that on Oct. -JI last
he bad refused to assist Ltosjl BtS l to plac
ing some canvas on a shed, al thst officur's
quarter., la-cause as he understoo 1 the mili
tary orders no en istcd man was requircl to
work for an rsHlctr I'pon lefiisiug to help
do this work :-tc le l. -came very angry,
cursed him, mi l StmCaj bim iu the face, aud
theu ordered his art'. t Steele called biin a
miserable deaertci . and told t he cor.ral
wbo put bim under arrest uot to lose sight
of him for a moment Wild said he was
williug to carry anted and watoy Mr the of
ficers, but that the work require 1 by Ste.-le
was menial. ,
tlerlared Tit Ite Irrelevant.
The d.-fens att inpic i to prove that Wild
bad regrd tod that lie di 1 not kill Steel,
and that Wild hut tllSltlil from Ma Fif
teenth infantry, but th- testinmuv was ruled
out, as Wil I was not on trial. Wild himself
refused to answer these questions, di glaring
that that they had aOtkiaVg to do wilhthe
oase, but that what he did say wi.sthat he
would rather kill Btsels tli m strike him, as
in the former . us- he would have b- u tried
by a otvtl court and got Justice, whereas "1
csn't get no justice in a court-martial ' He
admittel that Hteele wanted him only to
help him .I., the object loiiubl.. work Cor
poral Scott, w ho hi rested Wild, corrobor
ated the prisoner so far as he was a witness
to anything, hut he did not see Steele as
sault Wild. This ended the case for the
prosecution an I tha court aljourned for tba
The Acrnser and the Public.
Wild Is not a man to attract favorable
notice He has the swagger and physiog
nomy of a tough, and looks like a denu- h
of the "levee," in this city Nevertheless the
populace is in sympathy with him The
court Is open, and there were uls.ut tOt peo
ple preaeut yesterday, an l liens' time Wild
gained a point there was loud applause,
wbicb tbe court did not iittempt to check.
THE INDIANSPOLIS HORROR
Eleven Men Head and Twu Hying Presi
dent lie.-1 i.nn's 8ubcriptlon.
Indian APtiLtH, March 1" The ruins of
Boweu & Merntt's book store were sur
rounded by an anxious throng Tuesday
morning, many of whom had been there
ever since the catastrophe occtirrod. One
more dead body was recovered early iu the
morning. Thomas Black, reported dead ip
these dispatches, is among tbe wounded,
while tbe additional dead are Charles Jen
kins, Anthony Voltz an l Henry Woodruff.
The name Burkboult in these dispatches
should have been Burkhardt. He was taken
from the ruins aliva It is thought that
there are more dead among the debris.
Oae More I lead t Two Others Dying.
Tuesday night Johu Burkluirdt died at ths
city hospital. Tbe relief committee ninde
careful inquiry into tha condition of tbe
wounded Tuesday, and it is now certain
that at loast two more will soou be added to
the list of dead. These are Samuel Ncal and
William Pa rtee The catastrophe has killed
or crippled nearly two-fifths of tbe tire de
partment. Of the eighty -six men on the pay
rolls, twenty-nine want down in the wreck,
and several others were injured by falling
rubbish aud are not nine for duty. The to
tal death roll is now eleven.
feealdeut Harrison's Telegram.
The re I re l (und thus far raised aggregates
nearly $7,000. President Harrison tent a
telegram of sympathy and a check for fJoti.
Attorney General Miller sent $100.
EVER OFFERED IN THE TRI-C1TIES.
AT POPULAR PRICES,
Ia always to be found at
Robt. Krause's Clothing Emporium,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT IA-
C ARSE 3t CO. S
RgPi ta the best Shoe for the money in the city.
1622 SZECOIsTID lE 1ST IJ IE.
lliugi.m al Council Hlnltv
tiiiXiiL Bn rrs, Iowa. March l'.i. Thug
ism is rampant lure, owing to the changing
of the city administrations Carl Mnydar.
editor of The Nonpareil, was held up and
robbed at IS o'clock at nijfbt on a prominent
street. Other robberies are reported. The
feeling over the expulsion of tbe gamblers
is bitter and rimy lead to trouble
Sunietblnic New in Klcrtlon ..,,.
Annapolis, Md., March 1. Senator
Toadvil yesterday introJucod a bill tnaki.i;
voting compulsory iu th.- -tat. It pro
vides a lino of to ati.l coats ior not voting at
an elect i ju, and is aimu I at thj well-to-do
who are derelict iu claimiu tUeir privileges
T He MARKETS.
CattOAsM, March 18.
Wutallons on tb- l.srd of trade to-day
were as follows: W'liea- No. - March, opened
ami closeil TVt ; .Ma;, npeno I s ' ;, . ,
TV.-; .Inly, opened TSl.-. . i ; : , . Corn
No. - Mai-ch, opened and i InsaJ irgc;
May. opened closeii LViit'. July, openid
31V. daaai iti'i, Oats ... t bjareh, njiened
and eiaassj lb . May. anssbai and closed
-lsc: tly. "pene 1 21 Vic closed 21-. 1'ork
Marrh, opened and clostsi llflsVbj; May.
opened $lu.tn, cliswd Sin. 21..; .Iulv, opened
$ln.5n. closed IMJaH Ijtrd Marcii, opem.4
Sti.U i. closed iti in.
Live stoc c -The following were the quota
tions at the L'lrion -lk rd.s; Hogs Market
ojreued fairly active with prices 5.lUc
blgher; liirbt gra.les, 4 U5 4.3U: rough pack
ing, $4.wia adxaa lot. U liaira: heavy
packing and shipping lots, t.li,4.. Cattle
-Market alow, steady; beeves, $ .3,S.UU
bulk. $.i 75 44.-JI: stis-kers and feeders, $2.41
BH.8i; . ows, $1.7."i . :i.2i; OorB-fsd Teians.
$3.Wu:i.ti6. Sheep- Market stead.N: muttona.
$4.IM5jieni; corn-fed westerns. HtTH)i
PToduce: Hutter -Fancy Klgin. 25 V'i'si
fine creameritst, 21 n22 ; darri-s. aSssat, freh.
i:tiS ; packing stock, 4 ..V. Eggs iHrictli
frea1 , 13c per dos. Dressed poultry Cluckens, !
l.ru,,tllc per lb: turke-8, lUu.!3c ir lb; ducks,
Uuiray-: k-c. -e T;dH per 111 INitut... I
Peer ess. atMS ir bu: Basat nf Hehban, i.. .
e par but Hrril.a ks, 4i 1 1 s-. in. Illinois
sweet potatoes. n,,l ta fancy, i-i . i ,j
ple lioo.1 t . tancy, $a. 0 ut.."i per b!)l. Cran
bi'rries Wisconsin lad! aud cherries, $s..rMi
Mi pel UN
Nsw ..rtg. Mai. r, If,
Wheat No. I red winter, lio-iai . hi-U:
May, SSVic; do June, WSjc; do July, sf:f,c.
Oorn-No. 2 mixed, 3Bc rart. do Manh.
JTc;do April, 3,'Vc; do Mar, 370. Oets-
Quiet; No. C mixed, 28Hc cash: do Maty. BbJ-.
Ky Nominal. Harley-NomT.nl. Pork-On
I. nt strong; mess, $11 !. 12 .nor new. Laid
-(.uiel; May, $11.40; July, le it.
tdVS St,,, k: I'attle firm, no trading iu
beeves; d aaSsd bsaf til tu: vidr-s. 54C ft,
Sheep Steady, with Sna feeting; ahflep: $&JB
t1. 9 0ua. Hogs L'uusu.ill, stud, Ifn
hogs. '.4 eb$4 tm 4 IIBJ .g
Uay yplsnd prstrie, $T SO.
H.i-Tfmotny $0 a$6 50.
Hay Wild, fa 0314 o .
Oosl Soft n
Oord Wooe$8 5 ii4 0.
BW han m ... .1.:. ... ! . .
., uu a I'lUUIOIllUUlSV g'.ll'S OUl lO
paint the town he does it in water colors.
wder never varies. A marvel of pnrltv
and wbolesomness. More economic.'
ordinary Unas, sod cannot k ,i a i
cosspssttton warn she mnhttade of low test, short
welAt alnm or pr phosphate powdars. 501,
a mas. Roxai Bastxa Powdsm Co iob Wifi
St., n. t
SPRING SEASON, 1890.
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
Tailor Made Clothing
Ladi' $2.00 Kid Button Shoe called
8011 Fourth Avenue. Dealer in
Confectionery, Cigars and Toys
Doll Bugsip,, Boys' Express Wagons, Base Balls and Bats. Rubber Balls, etc.
Also a fail line of
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCBOOL SUPPLIES
W riting p,per, Tsblets, Ink, Slates, Lead and Slate Pencils, En .
IMPERM T ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal
Tb , , , , , ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coal.
is r$jsy ?s
I have of course a supply of the celebrated ROUND OAKS This baa been
so popular that t .. being copied as far as the, dare oy unscrupulous par fc2
dun t be deceived-buy the Round Oak-made by P. D. Beck with I aVST
went for above gooils as well a. other desirable goods Hardwe etc
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third avenue and Twentieth St., Rock Ieland.
-cr. w. crousriEs
Dealer In New and
Second Hand Goods
The MabsM price paid for g.md of any klnl.
J". HVE. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
MAH0FACTDHEE OF CgACKXBS ADD BISCUIT!
Ask your Grocer for them. They are best.
$Sr 8perlsltla ; The Otirlety "OYSTER 1 snd the Christy "WAFER "
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
A. J. SMITH & SON,
TILES and GRATES.
A. J. SMITH &l SON,
m tad 17 West Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
An D a vnpo
Will Irsde, s 11 ..r buy SSVtMSaT.
Nn.ilflli Secocd Avenud