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THE BOOB: I3LAXD ARGUS, FRIDAY. APKI1. 18, 1S90.
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THE DAILY ARGUS
JOHN W- MTTEC
riiMi, Aran. 15. 1S.
Is their asad desire to ho'A the ptw
deney fa 1S2. it b nii Us a wtuii re
publicans are eo ".siring at & deep piot,
whka to mollis feu tkas Ut adoUoa
of a aattonal ekctioa h for lie purpose
of grbbiB ta Btt eoGgresa and thtrtbj
pare ibe waj for tie electiaa of a rtpab
Heu cwctrtacr to Mr. HirriMi. Jobs L
DaTpon u nid" to be psisilEZ
acbeme, wtkb. woakl indicate that it wll
sot lack M'iKity td boldc.
Tar far bo democratic cocb't cob
eatka ret Lei! ia Kinoi ku faCed to
approve the reeomnM.adattoa of tbe state
centra eoasmittce to BOtaiaate a candi
date for Lai led States senator or to ex-prt-H
a preference fcr Gn. P tinier as
oca ta:te. Tie ca'l ku aot jet be a
tasked for lie Rock lilted democratic
eocatj eonTeau-TO, bat wfcen it i IseVJ
tfcere k bo dettttut what it will use
similar aetwa a pea tte I7ai'.ei Suit
ataatorcbip to Ue cotvtntsot a'rt-adj
SraASixo of tie working of tte Au
trJ!aa ?HPi ia a;i flat, tie Hoa. S. R
Honey, tte Biode ItUs-i nwrisber of tie
aa'fctal dt motTktlc eotsmi'.tee, j:
Vote fciiimg bu bea coBiirb;T re
docrd, tbt:B of election naa'Jevery
moth ilgtu-r. kd ibe coe,vttetces of tfce
ottr jrrenij iocTtti. Frata a ttr:;
p-inj HacdpoiBt tie detBoera's ev:s by
it, for Uy have BTer yet Ura Ve
(trea it aii'.isg) ti cc-ttpele iia tU: r
opf,BtU ob k Cnkcci! b;i-
Atcthr prcasittnt dtmcrt sy:
Tt ijiteai cvteti ahk BB0 iii
fyriit froea ii t:.w ficept two tbe
one wsllirg to bn.y ati ibe oiber to e-II
Wbi tie McKiaky tvriJ bill w i pr
B!n'i'i, tbe poe for tbe trst time
-were estde to nadertUci U.t tte ft
fried oct t-f he tpet-ikliy protected Crnii,
corporkUoci, consc-icet aci trusts u to
be retorol, ac4 tbkt it wn to be got by
eotm fryicg it Oct of tbm. If tie
McK'eky bill rtors'd become lw. ttere
it cot a poor drrii of a cttza frcflj one
ea4 of tie cooetrr to tte obr wbo wiU
aot be pt into tbe pn ao piace-1 crer
tbe coais 10 c-.-!er ibt be my cos tr. bote
bi item of fat s the grtat q-iaatity faich
u to be rttarsed to tboe wLa iippl;ed
tbe taip.;?ii gree of l Tie mo',
diKLteretted ani f:r mlaiei cirs. re
pub;icn tit dmo'al. c iro n-i
dcwBtLe McKioiey li-t aci Cad iLtreoo
aot a ice thnoe addej cr ik-a Trorn
tbe pret Uriff acbedue wbich bis not
beea ad-Jd to or tkken from it for tbe
besett and Nrb'X-f of tbe rervrfci?ttt!Te
of (fecial lBtereata. Tbe eotire t'bnie
rest! opos no otbr or tetter priocip'e
tbaa tiat t returning tbeir ft to tbe
roaniifacturer orof beipicif the prtf by
tbe b&aett prt.n me'.b xf?
AEr EViATED TELEGRAWi
Tbti Tb r-t,mr'n- f tt- .tavt of L ia'u
IB - Lui, M-j , pr-r.vj-tfrr Totei
B(?aiBt rTi-jn by iar aiij Tity.
Flame io tbe fat-torr A tc irutt Crack
r company t 'hr.l, T-o . Tfcor.lj-
Tl town wt obbtY wb-i wtt'.ul on avt
AiMa ltvU Dar .'fcac"r-;;a, H. I are Le-
in eTK-tM by Coitei Stt impi.
un I raok & Cx, raw i.ii sin-port-.
5w ink. bav upvii. L abiiiti-,
t tlj,ijr; B'-fnin&: a-. tl.Ofj.-'Mj.
Xbn Kirk, bo owat farm r?r KM-vra,
!., lo-t hi 1-fe IVflnIny nihr wLij :ry-
to vt fc g ijt.jck fr.'.T a trrjjii!? tr..
He wa tJ-rrib.y lamt-L
Twamty Ib'mvmi pie of Iowa bar
trgaod t. ftKj-ri;c Jhrr.uh tbe
(Tort of Franc MnrjAy, hyt-j.-a L
work bwt win'r at (.'roo.
Tbe will of to? Iae Marrn C. Stearns, of
Chk-?r,, w& proJti Tburwlay. It dw
prate oj M) of jrofrty acaoog
tbe relative of tte i"r-ixe I.
Mr. Oeore Coir. on of Mi-hizaii' 41ft
iooner. Oji at Ka.aronz-jo. Ju.-b., Tbur
day. Roe wa a nfifjer of one of tbe in t
Vromuient famiU- io tbat w-ctivij of tbe
ids uopenai pa -ace at J.-rn-rjfam,
wweory mil Irorn t. reW-6jr?.
burned Tbarlay, and even of tbe varvant
kwt their Iits ia tb : fiwo-1 Ttti 5ibiliti
Wyatt H. Grave. pri'jiit of tbe Farm
wr and ilerctianr' bjk at Wett Saieru
" ba txri arr--ff J f'.r iwuice cbxkt
oo bi bank wfn be ba-I no tuwl. The
amooni i only ( :.'t
At Moscow, K.a.a, TburJy, tbe boJje
f tbe wid-ow of an armv r.rtn-rr aod ber
lira daD?htr werif.,un i inib- r boue.
Tbey bad committM u:i.l rstier than en
dure their poverty.
TwotbinJ of tbe forty-five choir boy of
st artiiooew t.i,.cifi&l r-hurfb at En
(Wwood. a Cbicj Mii,iirh, bav tru'-k r
-caue of tbe resignation of t rb'jirmitst"r,
rnooi ttjey fle-Iare.1 b t-n wVoije-l
it turn out that Em I 8tv, bo
body wa fotird In ths njiiut of Li
bou at Manawa, ViAt M'e m-viar, wa
murdemd and liu ho-lr rt;t to pi' t- . aw
cattered tUmt tb boa-, Lift, was tb n
fired. ' c! .
A yoon man nainfd AlWt Martin, t t
IlaJDfi-ll, N, J., wa u-,.ii i.-ni grueu to
acul co-lcroac!i, and b-;ii2 -ijri.ii as U tbe
tante of tie xi)U. pot -orne ori tongue.
ioe re-nil that be -.-nt int, rorivul-
ssotM and dm) rvral bou-, l.it-r.
the :uetin of '.ljfr n'f-utivft j! tbe Irib
TiatitJtial leau- at Sr. Iit. Tuur lay loud-
ly appiau'KxJ John ritz.-rali bu bed
clarwj tlinr t!i5 uit. iiint cirn of ths league
wa m u.iai imf-p-moenc-s of Ireland, ani
toa work will Le ir(y)-iut-d until that eijd
Mr r.rre f lli.nt in Trouble.
Lr txif, April ?. Mim Ailce Hairs,
woman o. imrty year or a;, ba brouzbt
a artion f jr Jut!t.irti and breach of prorn
iae of marri3 agaiuit SirGjorza Eiiimt
inemtwr of parliament for Monmouth,
Walea. Tbe worn an alk-g tsiat ba hat
twice rn enctente liy Sir George, ani that
iter per i wrayai tbe dsfendant promil
marriage. Sir Uwrze Eiiuitt denie tha
truth of tbe allegation, and avrts that th
action t an ath mpt at bUckm-sil. The pro
ceeding in tbe com are creating th tnot
iniie excitement in social ani :itical
Hwi Fntler' Prpitlan.
i BT. UfVM, April IS.-M0. Fraley. thj
1. WTeckd "beat p viator, yAterdiy mvle
; proposition to bu creditor, offering to
: Py P"" 'etit of bin indebtednow in cash,
wbeu be felt able to do o; tbe otb jr 80 per
! cent, to be covered by notea payable in ix,
twelve, eigUteen and twanty-four month.
2 Mr. FraJey atated that be bad lost f.aO (jij
X in Urn city, and tlJ,000 in Chicago. The
y proposed terms were declared unatMfa
tory by a Jarjre ma J jrity of tbe credi tori,
who demand 23 1-3 par cent .iwb down, and
the rest on time.
A general uspenaion of payments of
od year naa been found neceaaary io tbe
Argentine republic to allow tbe cotnmer
i cial and flaandal men to pet over tbe re
aulta of tbe wild peculation in wbicb
tbey bare been indulging of late.
Sideboard a, fancy dining tables, chain,
at Tbe Adams', 322 Brady street. Day
Goschen a Master of the Sci
ence of Money.
BIG ELVIS CE FECM TA5GLET00T.
tO It tar Ku Orer," wmA TW tavp-ti-
It Paewvaaewal BvaacttM la tk
Sattowal IXrfct wryl la tka Pm
eftf R4aetiM la Tuti frPM
CritieUa mi tke Orr"''1 far-
Losvr-s, April 14 The prs-eatatioo of
tke hoigrt m ii booe of ccnsaKes yw-
by GotKisA, (tiarnir of tS 1 -bf-q ?er.
was the oreasj-jo of an atvalaae of torn-
bar asd visivsr that aTr-iy taxd tbs ca
pacity c ikit avaTabae Jtsjas cf tbe Tt-tturta-T-
pa'a-M. Alzbcmgh Grba i net a
prwu'lr p jlar mi. be xs eaK'r tbe
alj- fT'-i-r gw &aa?e ia eitber borne, mai
ku n"r-r'- co tfci nt--t alasrt ca
msad atvsti:4. Aiacg tiye who eoisred
Use doea'c-ra lb crcw i--l state of tbe
v:t-jrs' rIr-T to tb eai of G-.ben'a
-e a iarr-s innber c?f fore-a rpra-tatv-
te.J attarbt, wbo paid tlxu
totVB t- tt fairr" ttement.
Tlte Dwaaairat Weil Received.
GoaH-a 4;i three b-3HT. H- stated
that he r-irlol tbe blgt a tb bet tbat
bal e r t-n by any g-vnsnsent,
ui it rweps-. otjt'y jvtifv-i li eti
nate k- p-Xci c.i tt. I: is gsosra ly re
griei fav.-K-iibj- aal ai;i pcUUr b pop
ular, tboczii tb f i-Iur of tir ra j stry to
reda'j? tie iii'-sai Uir5 Bar diap
poisjtHMit. Tt 5-tArr riartioo m a r.-rv-o-ia
t- H-ra-)-i--HiV.. tfc 0-rva-tre
Bsensbn- f - Ca-iierbory, ah?) La to
periiEt5.y tuii-r-i at tha p:st as to
drive Pnai-ft-- G-tri5 R.t- t. tie
vrge o d?r-ti-i.
Tkrv I iI'-J the I1aia, Baal.
Goara-n taat tbe inrr of
rr-if.f t crrn;t- as 1 e-tuaiv was
rw rr- rv-s'i fr'.-a ak-c-bo j !-; -
bi bri ".'- .'. Tors arft incrokae
o ail t" '.r.j-i ia t'ca worid ha i b-j ia
mti. wtn-h u rn c cu!a at iae a-pn-.
Tt tmnitw l drain Laka ia 14
r-acbl n total of 23 j3..'. arvi n 1J
tiy app? fT''- f 5. .. It
wa rOiar tat!, be tb.t in ;r and
li" tbe rrV- drisi a? year prevr?cly
r?jrii. Xttr La-i toa tioe urn; eaa-e
ncri j;r-r-nty whfc.-b tb-refDV
meiact tiT'rav'sJ en"i as fia of alvi:e
Tke Po.lo( aad 'atinaal lM.
Ttpoa' revipts bad x th ett-
tcat ty ! . al tb t--irar.-ii re
ept ty .-... Tfce ex'rt MirfJa wa
3.::1 .. Tt ttatMoai drj in bad
b rfisce.1 tr.iiVO.'. AidL-ij the pre
t two Tfar ii ta! reluwo wa
S.XR.o.i. the larg 1 a moo at rword
f .r a -'R'.isr p-riol
For the o-.mjnjf b--al var tbe estimated
eij l.torr w-rr .'. s'.T.'.O .. an 5 tbe esti
mated r-rrta- -..t.
Kda-tiH aad lirnifof ItiM.
Tie Iua.i colonial ftag wa? re In-"!-! to
'f f-n'-, th; d'ity on tea redtiod to 2 riiC-
p-r j n I. aa-1 tbe dcty on currants from
T U i 'hi.iin? pT i :v) avisrht The iocrfcd
dcty "U i-T srr;pr-d in Wi a a tak'-n off,
tie ictao td Iwoe duty redel. an-1 tbe
work ns; clas twinati nir j rKtal
a-ere ex-mft! from tbe booe tax. Toe
trovri-Tin-!it w-..iroi to raiw a revn t-jr
tie p-urpo? f the cr-nnty cr.n--ii fr an
iijcra.-i duty of 6 f-coe a gala on rit
atvi 3 piv a Mrrel 00 be-. J-Hear Ke-rT
aod-h: Oh: Ten v.xiU yieU i.W,
OO. He lx.f-i thefrvrnis of fe-mperance
woai be vti.-s-l. ani that tbe pabltcan
winl i tak- a br vad view of ti qnesti.i.
iberal f ind t aalu
Manleiia (LiL-ra.) oxnp-inei that noth
ing had t-en Oooe for free education
Oocti a-l tha irorernment waid d-ral
with that q-v-sttoa nxt ekrv I; hal not
been lot i-ht of, nor bai other id) port ant
me-sr-s. LAtocb-re said that jwcheo in
tryi&s to -f ail ba-1 sat.fi-d none. Sex
ton aer-!o that the Parael.'iie woa! i re
t the bait-e:, abih a as uojost to Ire
land. F.mal roia'.ion aa'.boriii tbe in
crease of dnti were a.ioptl The GlaI
toniao charact?r.z-id it a a bst'iotvji
Opposed hj mn Trade ITbIob.
Lomj:, April IS. A manifesto signal by
tbe b-a.is of ninety-four trails naKas ba
been circniati tbroobont London d'lr.n?
the last fw day, calling upon the hon Irais
of th-jn.sactd of work-.njmrn to m-t in
Hyde jjarit on May 4 for tns purpose of agi
tating tb jneiii.on of an eiut-boar day.
The iiiot p'.win-ful of the trad- union
have refuv-d to f-ia tbe manifesto and are
actively oj poking the movement
Striking for Eht Hear la ia stria.
VrexsA, April 11 Thirty thmsand Aus
trian miners in tbe Cstrau and Eara-in dj
trict of Moravia have track for aa eigtt
bonr day and tbe rectification of some aiinur
(rnevanr-es. Tneir attitude wa mnacing.ao 1
troofa were dispatched to the vt-nx Toe
tnker !tv:ii the soldier, ani three of
toe fortri'ir wp-r killed, and a lare caosber
The P.rmwn They Are I ightiag raprivU
Iftytyt. Apnl lx Owinz to tbe action
of tbe G--rman government :nca tbe ap-
polntni-!it of G-n. v on Caprivi to the chan
cellorship in depriving several of tb! lead
ing uerniaa cew-papr of tbe oSfial char
airter they f'rrnerly enjjye.i, tbose j mrnal
bare JoiD-sd in an aggressive camtain ia
opposition to the new administration.
KUmarrk XTritins Hi Mrnoln.
fctRLl.v, April is. TheBeriinerTageblatt
say that Friooe Bwmarck w preparing bis
memoir. He will be assisted ia tbe work
!; Dr. Schweninger and Ilerr Young, a
prominent a-riter of Hamburg whom tbe ex-
cbanoeilor has known for many year.
Well Approve It Over Hera.
I-Tio-r, April IS. Emperor William ha
expressed bis strong desire that tbe prohib
itive restrictions placed upon tbe importa
tion of foreign pork into Germany be re
moved. A movement of this kind would
meet with popular approval.
Hair a Million for Heaat-pia.
WAHfV3T0s CiTr, April 17. In the river
and harbor bill as completed by tbe bone
committee there is an appropriation of JViO,
(PM) for tbe Uenu'-pin canal, and for
tbe Ohio nvr. The bill carries a total of
about fiVKXj.&ri. Appropriation of $1,
l'Jij.OO for improving ht. Mary' river at tbe
falls, Michigan, and of fiTiO.OoO for improv
ing Hay law channel, were stricken from
the bill. Michigan City, lad., harbor gnu
t-AOOO; IUinoi riv-r, !J,(iO: the Watjesh
tK),00; frit. Clair Flat canal, flO.OJO; Khel
boygan, Wis., I15.WW.
Free tight at a Uog- f lcbt.
'ew York. Aoril is The colbratd
dog, "Spot," of Brooklyn, and "Earner
pf Jttrsey City, fought for over two hours
Wednesday in a hitl in Tookers, the result
being a victory for "Spot" and the death of
"Barney." Tbe match was for t0 a aide,
after the dog fight tbe crowd preaent in
dulged in a free fight, in which pistols and
slabs were used. Many shots were fired, but
no one was riouly hurt
A Publishing Huh la Troable.
Philadelphia, April 11. A. H. Hubbard.
owner of the publishing bouse of Hubbard
Bro., ask bis creditors for an extension,
tiis liabilities are placed at tl4-.O0O, and be
considers hi awaits worth 5u,UXl, but they
cannot be converted into cash off -band.
A aread aa a Scale.
COLCBBUS. O.. April 18. The lolnt meet
ing of miner and mine operator baa agreed
upon tne loiiowing scale or prices to rule
from liar L 1990. to Mar 1. 1S01: For the
Hocking valley, 70 cents per ton, and for
Pennsrlvania 7V cents tier ton Thanm.
tkm adiourned to meet in Pittabunr. Pa. on
tbe first Tuesday in April, VSOL
EOINE TO l5 LONG HOVE.
rw Aahea af aa4 J. a a. II aVat te
taa Taaia raweral fiiiawiw.
Wasktssto-i Cttt. Apr3 la. Tb f aeral
arttwni over tberesuiaa of ta late Rp
reaeatasrva RaadaSl took place ta tbe 1 Sero
pcaitaa Fresfeyteriaa eiarc, tka etty , yes
terday -seraia. Tbey were sisspk. bat
cieaa al daepiy ag acting Tte oSci ttto?
tlergraaaa was Eev. Dr. MJbwrm. cia plain
yt toe bc-ta aai Hv. Dr. Cbester praitbjd
tbe fsnenl arraxm. Tbe artealsaea ccm-pna-J
larg anasbers of wtaasors asd i-epre--tatativea,
tfce ebief jam-e an-1 bi d tuxh-ter-.
Vice Freavfest Mort.?a and wi.. Se--iMarv
ai Sara. Blara. Mrs. Han-20 1, ac--oapaaiei
by tbe prestJeat'a private ra
iarr. Half or 1, Str. "Ya-sa3akir. Spaker
Pei. depetatioa of that ! caeesb rs of
tbe Graad Arsy of the Rpabi,e. and cev
ral feaairwb of itr. Rtalalis fraea4 aa4
1k rittla! Oratiaa.
Dr. Cbestt-r (aid a baatif ol aal tow -ting
7ibate t- tbe -eesaory of tb dead 0 ates
aal ia tb covae th.reof said: It
m a UMcaia$ ve when, nre taaa tbrea
-tc ib si .we, be eaade "a profeskie T bis
!aith ta Hn-t, was bar-ci!, ani pa-took
A tba sacrasamt of tte ltrtfa a-er.
Tboeb prtratl 00 bi ecaca, wixl that
itr-Mv- aul whkca ever cbaracterizej h a ae
axtt h) task; the iat eff jrt of bat 1 fe to
rtae frcea bi cowrh to reeeiv the btpU
Bt! rite. Be devoatir partook of tb m
baess of tbe toiy aii bixi of tb sa rWjr,
a&d tbe bttje o-fspacy. bis fandiy aal
frieois, th-r a--'it. bearl that rok
br bvl o(i-b to5 thr-jus h tbe le jvJa
tsr Lai a. frek.S in acxveU if gratiS-d
ove ef that bi-i i b-jbil brci'ht
istisi to bi Tnat "trrwg, rw late
ttAa Urel a rn!r a a t-h:Vl to tak tbe
ytke of "brs. Frca that b ar a
t a-1 rezal iifir-1 hi rniaL It- ptwd
throoh a-a of h v?r- tI-y pais;
ae fjCibt uobiy. xiraeodr. n-.-pefulIy
tfce batu arth .ii-rav, y-t be Ure h- af
frfiE? aitb a taut.f -ii tTsri!.Ua tu oe."
John vl'aaamak-r litr.
Krv. Mr. Jiuhcrn vk a f?w aor-i 4, ia
an:-h h that tlje word- pokea tr- Mr.
Waaaasair yer azo at Uma.l-rlrAii laal
tbe foafrlatjoo tbe fatta which Mr. Ean-
ia3 profesvi h--niy before bis death. Mr.
Waaaniiker a as at that tine h.4-l;n -rv-icn
Hen lay eTur-js at Fbilaie!pbta. sad a
frjarist atteo-iaat wa Mr. RanialL Dar
ing tbe Jarur's lilacs Mr. Wanaaiak-- wa
a fre-jeot vintt-jv to hi biil. aal wa
pr-wtst a bee b va bapt!Bl
Tbe bcacrarv paii-bearer wj-e Gre
W CbilJa. A j. Drxet Alex K. M lure.
J-bn IVanamaker, W'Llam M-M-.lin.
Cbar'ies A. Dana, ex-Gjvrn-r Ani-e v G.
Coma. Ssator ihyrmn, fi C-iwt -in
tVil.iaai H. Kj1 n. C"oorrrinaa Btsoot,
tv-oat.-r Barbwr, aa-1 Daiia Sander. On
tbe eoc-!u-fc a of the rvt. h rer A :jis
w-r tati to FaiUieit j f.r rawmat.
laterax-at at I'hiladelphia.
PHiLarvBLFH!.. April The burid of
the H n. Samirl J. Randall, abirt t.x
pace ye.r.biy af teroooa, a a one o:' the
auM iiiy iaaj-in eren' aitae.-l in
tea citv ii many a day. Th -r 111 a 1 ab
eice of a-i j'itwarl d-notiriin, Im t tbe
reverent d-ti)-anor of tbe vat tt.rocz
fcow?.i ti.- i--.i-nati.iQ ia wbkh thev he-id
the .k-r-esvi. Ame.- tho a h- a-ri '. on
the fan-0-; tra.n to toe &taserf wre a
namb-r of IWocnti aaaCia:v.H, V eado
f -t. G. A. R : a larie daiea'ion (vrtt tbe
Irwi Nati-?val -.-1-. and mny pr?nl
frvnl of Mr. Kn.ia.i. inclod'.n the hole
Prtiny!va3ia cr?r.ol dementi. i. aai
the conjrr-;oo al vna!i.itt- Tie later-
lant to k ptav in I.n;r-rl H 11, ani th$
tervice wa r-citi by Rv. Dr. Chter.
af- wbieb the ca-ket wa r- ?n- L, an 1 :hwe
priest iv ta cp-jx-tur.ity to on the
face of toe 1 The G A R. beneiH-tsoa
wa tbcti prrjoooie !, -lapa" v re onlel
ani toe great d-ai a - l-ri la hi rnt
PARACE OF THE CARPENTERS
Frv Toiu.J in Lie at (bira(o The
Blral Bom, Beaev ta Arbitral.
Chicsgo. Apri; I Tbeuri.m? car Pha
ser of th city to tbe nitmtr of abent .,'
paraiel tbe pnaeipal street ytfr-ly, car
rying banner aod mottoes, one of a tkrh
was: "There Are No rVaU in Tts Pr -ioee-c
on." and another: "All We Want I Arbi
tration ami Recognition." The conference
of employer and tbe committee of citien
las not yet ben bei i Tbe committ con
r.Uof the following: Jui; Tuy. Ot S.
Favor. Marshall FieH. Lyman J. Gr
Franki.a McVeah, Henry D. Llov.i. t iii
ra M. baiter, aad W. H. Coivin, but J.ide
Tokyuaot in tbe city. Both tne bwi
and the mn say tbey would Le perftctiy
at.Sei to leara tbe matter with the a!iv'e
Tbe na !y orgamtc-l B-m Carpenter u
ociation. w.th a membership oi it, cU ims
to be able to give empK'ymeat to at least
i,('X) men, ab at ooe-faa.f tbe men now on
rtrike. On tbi basis it i bii-v-d the aew
aaxriation can effect aa immediate e- tie
ment a-itb the strikers and get men at ork
la a day or two. The arbitration com nit
tee appointed hy the becaes wiil meet tbe
fU-.kerV committee ani try to reach a et
ment on tbe ba name,!
Didn't Respoad to a strike Order.
Boston, April li Every labor leader ia
Boatoo is di-ssaUsflsi with the rep3ue ntada
to the general strike order issued by tbe
Amalgamated Euiidm; TraJV council. The
xiaenson cancel by the refusal of carpen
ter, bricklayer, and graiit cutter to as
sist in breaking tb freastooa cutters' kck
rat is causing many representative labor
mm to believe that enlea their rank be
united tbe eight -hour movement is defet ted
for at lea-t two years. Earnest efforts will
be made to bring tbe workmen into line.
The Roaa Will Hht the Cnioe.
PlTT feB CEO, April IS. At a meeting of
tbe rai:road officials last evening it aas
unanimocia'y agreed to ignore the list of
gTK-vano-s mbmittel t.y the coimittee of
the Federatol Order of Hallway Employes,
and unite in combating th) attempt of "be
federation to be recogn;zi (jaite a num
ber of rtrangers were in town yalerly
who admitted that tby were railway men,
and bad been -nt beie, but for what nr
prai tbey dec-lined to ay.
A Hlow at Our Liberties.
Fall Rirca, Mass., April 11 Twetty
eight of the thirty-two spinner at the Wee
tamoe mill went toa bae bid game Wlies
day without notifying tb manager of their
intention. In re'aliation tn mill was clotad
yesterday, and Treasurer Lindsey says it is
not certain w hen it will start up aaio.
( ontrmrt Intmlf-raatv
5tw York, April IS. It was dicovei-ed
yesterday morning at Cartle Garden, tba: of
1.4-I3 French ani Italian immigrants on
board the steamship Cachemere, tbe n.a
jority were bound f-jr Pituburg. un lor 0 .n
tracu maile in Italv.
Strike af Klrrtrot rpr.
BcwTos, April 19. Fjrty-two elect -o-type
employed by C. J. Peters & Co.,
struck yesterday becau tbe firm in aired
that tbe men should ban lie certain plates
from The Itivemids Pre, whoa men lire
on a strike.
Mrs. Ward Says It's All Wreag,
Ifrw York, April 1 Mr. He!' Dai v.
ray -Ward declinel to see a reporter yester
day morning, tut wrote a hytter etaUag
that tltft TTrt ahrmtl Kur ,r.ri I
her bnnband, John Moatgaaiery Ward, t he
umous suonsiop, wa - aowjinteiy wrong to
rverv rjarticaiar " Un VfB r.l t.i 11
be return to the stage becaose of the at p-
araiton trom ner nuoan3. 1 be aeparati m
was Dot beru-e of her (b-irs lo retnrn tn
Tbey Were theirt Itefeaders,
Headimv, P., April 11 The sarvivtrs
of tbe Ringgold artillerists, better known a
the "First Defter," the first company of
troops to reanond to Lincoln's call for 71.
000 men, celebrate! tba twenty -ninth am i
Tersary 01 ineir oepartare for toe seat of
war Wednesdar mifht The dim nan r wu
originaEy eompoasd of Iff man. Wednts
evening leas than twenty were present T as
aurnvor on:y nuxnoar thirty.
HIS API WAS EXACT.
Fair Woman's Dishonor Wiped
Out in Blood.
1 SUSIE BULLET DOES THE WOFX.
Jealea wtta Apaaraat Keaaaa a Hasbaaa
Kills the Haa Wk Vfiaa His ITIie's
ABVrtlaas A Frees iae That Was Fa
' tally Kept The Laval? Cease af tbe
Tragedr Aaalts Her Waywaraaea. aa4
Fhed a Few Fears A $tery af Sia.
Drarora, La. April li George Cornell,
it tbs city, aa eeiaeer oa tb Cbiea,
Miiasit?e ani St. Paal raQroai between
Dabaqas aad McGregor, and aoa of Boad
saster Corall, cf tbe a-ne roa.1, was abot
t Xortb McGrfar W3aelay Bight by Jay
J. GrtsneU, official steifXTapber ia Jaige
tjTaBger-1 eaort Grianell has been for
years a member cf Duinctie' fasbknabie
3cvty, an-1 alth-Tasb kw by many to
have tvo a mta of evil habits managed to
wejeeal bis viieea from tbe general pabUc
Several year ag-3 be was married to Mis
Glean, cf Claytca county. Taey resided ia
McGreg-jr aal have a boy aboat 7 years of
a?. GrinneU, after bis marriage, appar
ently abandoned many of hi former babitt
aad wa not t-ciy gTeatiy devoted 0 bi wife,
fcit iaaa-4y aioo of ber.
Nat Se tVr w lasaaety. Either.
Alnt tw moetb ao be first became
aware that hi wife wa receiving maca no
tire fromctb-r m-n. lit a'tectioa was
partm tarty attraetel to the relation t
tweea hti yje an-1 Oet.rge C ntfl. He
calied oa fVmeii" ftb-r several time ani
receivI fr-afcin positive a-Brances that
fcis oo w.3i',I t-- hi aibHatioo to Mrs.
Grian-f'L At ia4. hoping to l--k up tbe
ef-fr-fjt ;"u-n ! w--n ba wiie aal Cor
ned be re-Tel to ib't citv and eogg-l
r:n at a b-arln? bou 00 Main street.
Corn-rli's ron 00 tbe road kett him ia M--
Grrcir liver niht. anl by bnaging hi wife
to tfc city Grinneil be'ieved be ooa'ri sepa
rate bk wife from Cornell. He seat word
to CVrnell that unW he divtontinoei hi
attstKe to Mr Grinn-U he w.jnii hVt
him oa tight, tut CVrneil laagh-i at tbe
threat and ttstcvate-1 that Mr. GrinneSI was
receiving th atr-n'.kie of ntb.fr men be
tiinon af a Srparatiea.
AU sit two a-k as Grina-!i was
raliel ty hi ci.-iil ditWa to M r irjyr.
Ha aif a.-rM.3'4iani'i bitn to the station.
an-1 a be lie-l him gi-bys Cornell, who
aa tan.i.ng at a am low in tbe srcoal
tory of tl station, remarked to a compaa
ion, a be pnnu-l to Gnnn-ii: "fb-re t a
man a bo kr be ani -h jot me on light"
A fcw day iai-r Mr. Grinnll drove to the
station to m?t b-r to-Unl oa fci retnrn.
C3nsl was rtan iing ty the bugy coover
ing w.th br. ah-n bi father caiae along
n-i wirrl him to gt out of th war, a
Grinn-l! a a coming on tbe apjvoa-hmg
train. Tbe tx-xt day Grinneii left for M.--Grg'-,
takin hi ty with him. an-1 it
aa r-(-rt-i that be andbuwde had sep
arated and tba -he wa goinz to rcliUrc
in Calif -rnia, altoongh he mil remain at
her lardin hoa in this city, ani wa
driving atut tbe city yteriay morning
ia company ai-h a trangr. a holly uacoa
rj.!u of ah-vt bad occurred Welarly
n;jbt ia M--Gr- r.
liriaaell Keep Hi Word.
Cornel! Wt Dubuqas Wriae-lay night on
b snme, and arrivl at M Grg-jr shortly
aftr 1 1 o'cU k. He aot to tba hotel of bia
uncie, ani, a hiie a ahinz. be kooked into
tbe mirnr ani ut Gnnnell ar5r'acbiog
bim. He turnei. an 1 a be did o, Grinneil
fire.i. tb-s bad pacing through Cornell head.
Cornell Ml t- the fl jot, aad Grinneil was
waik.ng c-A r away, ahen be wa -ui by
the p-tauir. He made no resntaoce. an-1
aa k-pt ia tb bwtr) until yesterday morn
ing, a i.n bi haaded orer to the author
ities. Ii .ad -natter Cornell left for McGre
gor 00 the early train ye".trdy in wrung,
and ta-ixtht hi-s oi: rensaia to Dubuque
last Bight. C'-jci. 1 lir4 unconsciuoaly un
td yesterday aboat n on. when hi expired.
Taraell a Marriea Mat.
Tbedal mo wa ?J year of aga H
was marriei in Be'.Ievue about three year
ago to tbe dauhtr of tbe late George .
Bangbart, of Cascade, and a euter of tba
Ban hart Bros ,of Cmcagx It was a run
away mt--a. A few months ago tbey ap.
arst i, Mr. Corn-ll rvturning to ber
motber's ban in Cawaie, where ber two
children mvid. For the last two aeek she
has bera vwiting her brother ia Caicago,
a ten- ,be i at preaent
The Viomaa Take It Coolly.
Mr. Grinneil, who is still in thi city, was
vn ye4erday f on-noon. yae bad jut heard
of the tragedy, aad bad only a few minutes
previous retcmtl fj-m a buggy ri about
the city, fbe 3ied a few uars, aad tbea
talk el of ber laion with Corned quite
freely. r-s frankly cocfeMed that he loved
bim. and that her affxtion had bean recip
rocal! by Cornell. Phe i a woman of ea
traordinary lauty. She said that ber hus
band wa extremely jeilous of bar, aai
acknowledged that he had reann to be.
The Hatband Befase te Talk.
GrinneU wa a"a visited in the jad at Mc
Gregor, but be refuted to talk. He is a man
of small stature, w itb a withered leg, and
us a cane constantly ia waging. His
health ha been feebie for several years Cor
nell is censure i by many for his pteraisteot
attention to Mr. GrinneU after being
warned by b r husband to desist, aad it is
believed itajll be bard to find a jury to
convict GrinneU. All the partie affected
by tbe d-graotful affair are highly coo
THE SILVER CERTIFICATE ISSUE.
Probability That It Will Have to Go te
a Conference Comatlttee.
WarHisGTOx Crrr, April It. Tbe bourn
and senate Republican caucus committees
are bopeie&Jy apart on tbe relemption
clauof tbe silver bullioo certificate bill
Tbe bouse conferrees have so reported to tbe
bouse committee, which ha decided to ad
here to th modified ITinlYtm KiH TW. ...
ter will now be referred to tbe bouse Repub
lican caucus, wtach a ili probably meet Moo
ds v niPbtL rfhi in.lmtiu . t.m ,K.
caucus will accepd the bouse committee lad.
muu nut 11 1.1 pasa tne nouse. Meanwbiie
the senate aill t-.IJv it j 1 . ; t 1 . n 1
, " " J f . . u,
scatter wiU be tumeii over to a conference
committee to adjust the difference between
MARRIED TO HER PARAMOUR.
A Coaaeetieat Weaiaa Married ta a Maa
Sent I p for Lira.
Bosros, April IS. A Mootpelier special
ay: James K. Caswell, wbo is under sen
tence of imprisonment for life for tbe mur
der of George Gould, wa married Wednes
day to Mrs. Laura Gould, tbe widow of tbe
murdered man. The marriage took place
through the bars of Caswell celt Caswell
and Mrs. Gould lived together as man aad
wife for twenty years previous to Mrs.
Gould's marriage to Gould.
FraeeedijiBS la CeBfi
Washisgtox Crrr, April l& The senate
yesterday adopted tbe Joint resolution re
questing information on tbe practicability,
etc., of tunneling Detroit river, and passed
tbe house bill to retire John C. Fremont as
a major general, and several public build
ing bills, Tbe bill to appoint thirty medical
examiner fur the pension office came up,
and led to a sharp debate, in which the Dem
ocrats charged that it was intended as a
blow at civil service reform. An amend
ment was finally adopted provid ing that tba
president should prescribe regulation for
tbe examination of tbe applicants for these
position, tbe vote being 38 to 8 Daniel,
Davis, Dixon. Moody, Flumb.Sawyer, Stew
art and Teller. Without finishing tbe bill
the senate adjoarned.
Tbe bou adjourned on Butterworth'
motion as soon as tbe journal bad been read,
la honor of tbe memory of Samoel j. Kan-
Tbe British steamer Euclid was tadc
Thursday in a collision with tba steamer
Altyre, near HartlepooL The Euclid" cap
tain aad three of hrr sailor were drowned.
And Stewart Sober Don't Quite
CuTID-E DR. JEXTLL ASD E. HYI?E.
The Dr. Whea Druk aaa the Plata Mis
ter Whea freear, aaa Car Fhase Haa
a Fair C haraaer The Darter Wa the
Mast AcBraaftite, That Hew Kate
G later Gat a Hba A Rat
BrrraLQ. Y., April IS. A eaatiaal
little episode has just come to ilebt here
which affect several pmosinent pwpwe. C.
H. Blew art. a pcsjnlar East BuSaio railroad
Bis, ia axarrted, but tbe nuptials aere per
formed aader ratb-r pern' iiir cirenmrtance.
He was engaged to a yourLp an-1 pretty East
side lady, bnt acccriins to bis oan tory,
became o th- -oiife!v intoiica'el last Fri
day that be fell a victim to a foul crttspir
acy, and became the pes of hanlrome
Katie Ginter. Fcr- many moor.a Katie ba
loved Stewart devotedly, Imt abea be was
eober ber charms f ailed to lead bim cap
tive B-rh Stewart and Katie buried at
tbe residence of Mr. aa l Mr. J. V. Hstch,
who, Stewart says, aided tbe girl in ber de
sign. Stewart a!-) say thit t- Hatch
people were an 1 ion to a- Kate ani him
married, ani a : as ib-y fcan-1 him
drank tbey UA. advantage t-f bU con,litko
aai be wa married to the girl.
Listea to H I Tale af Wm.
To the csrr ' c 1-tit yetr lay afterncn
Mr. Ptewsrt said: "I aa drunk wb-n I wa
marrtei and remember very little about it
KaUe is a g-jol girl an 1 a pretty girl, ani
comes of nioe popl, but 1 diJn"t wast to
get marriol, because Tmeinga-1 to an- ther
y.ang l&iy anyway. Katie "eniei crry
about and wouii not fct me il". The
Hatthe belpi hr. Sre m- a letter
saying she would have tu. ani if 1 didn't
Biarry ber or let fc-r o ni to ne fl'd go to
sHue bad lace aa I stay. 1 never intended
to taarry ber. I v- g aaay fr-Jtn brr
with other girl, ani sie know I never fcit
like marrying ber. lt' bad bcsise a!
aroan-1 I don't know a ht to do. I never
did tbe girt a wrotig. tut it' ad the fault of
the Hatcha. I'm sorry for her pele. She
gotaiter aaitbe ilab.:he want br for
Katie' Father's Narrative.
Mr. Ginter, tbe giri' fntb-r. ue-x He
said: "I ui to work under Stewart at tbe
bpi. 1-t.t I -bail net d-j any m--- He i
acting -ry badly, and so ua my g rL Stea.
art u-e-i to call here vry often, acd I sup
pai he came Itau be l.ked to ta k to
me, lut it wa the girl fc aa after. La,
Mon-Liy she an I ber iter a eat ov-r to The
Voikfreu!l and that is the last I tv-r
aaa of ber. Mii dil-.'t cotne bat k at all.
e went to tbe l:c siat i-a, an 1 there
learned sb wa at the Ha4-bes, ab-re S'ea.
art lived I bear ! Fri lay nitt the aa
married. Y'ing Hatch came ber lat
night to get her clotb-. and I cbs,i him
cat, ani toU bim to kep away from here.
riui 11 1 nari to i ai-grae-M, an-1 I guea
tb HUn- are to biame ail thi."
tt ill May With Hiia.
Mr. Stoaart ( e G ntert aa fmn 1 in
tb- pmty Mi'mrUaii rwideuc- "f the Hat-h
famHy on Sumner av"j-je yeterli v mom
inj aoi a s ewt interview uoUMirI. "I
aa airn my tiu-bia I lad n iCit." ;. aid.
"n l I u pa; to stay with biuu H-' all
noi 11 iwj m mm aione. ii.eres a girl
alter him ad the Urn-Minni HH. ii. Stn
baa called on him iace 1 mim-i b.ru and
wh.n I went bvrk to bim lart ntt.t 1 tbink
be hd ber biilen ia the c tt l ut be', my
He Yrara4 ta Marry Hsr.
'Was be drunk when be marr.ed vouT
'o, indsHl, b wasn't," replied Katte,
soaking ber Monde b-a L "I biul 1 think
not He aantei to marry me tally. We
went to Father Long, and he wouldn't mr
' ry u because Slesart bai b -en marriei be
fore an-1 dirorceL Tne Catholic charah
does not allow divorce, o ae aent to l' or
Kraft ani be unit-! c TbM is Stewart
third marrisgd. Tte otdy thitg I'.n afraid
of i that he'll Ket uncharged at the sop
and leave town "
Stewart May as Well Gie'l p.
Lan-lla-ly Hatch, a bo, Stea aj-t .lys,
heipe.1 to get b ro uiarried, den..- this. K
tie drew Mr. Stea ari's m. nth! v iav in tbe
shape of a check cn ;le bank i t Buffalo Mon
day, but the company s'opped pym nt ou
it It aafor and iw U vn returned.
LIKE MAHOMET'S COFFIN.
Lent Mc apeadd Betaeea Heavea
aad r.arth and Can't Co Aaywhere.
Xiaoaaa Falijs, Ont, Apnl IS Thra
Chinamen, two tf whom hai attemprel to
cross tbe frontier With Muu L-;e two wk
ago, tbe othr a trangir, f reente-l them
eelvea for admission yeitevi ay morning,
having been hustled over to thi side by
United (State officer. The two belonging
to Mun L' party were allowed aimission,
having Canadian rustsmi cwtiticates in
tbeir pMa-auoa. Tbe trngr not having
tbe necemary document and only to
pay the Canadian tax of f was denied tb
privilege given to hi two companions, was
aent tack to the American side, and wa
there stopped and tb-? gatos of tbe bridge
caned on him.
Predicament of the Celestial.
The only plc for tbe Chinaman to rem it
was on the brid ab-re te bis been since,
and is likely to remain f-.r so. n time. Col
lector of Custom Flynn conununieatel with
tae commU!oner of cu-tom at Htawa for
instructions. The com;ni-e;.o.ir replied to
have bim aent back from w bene ha came.
Further communication has been sent, and
no doubt tbe matt -r wiil be brought before
the Washington City authorities. Mean
whi e the Celestial remain on tbe bridge.
H s name is Lein S nj, and bis bom in Tor
onto. The other two left f ir p r s unknown
a iortly alh r ti er were bimittd to Canada.
"A SENILE OLD LIAR"
With the Addition or ' iieT' Is What
Clevrlaad Call Dana.
Xbw Y'ork, April 19. R-grding tba fre
quent personal attack upon biinse'f in The
Sun, Mr. Cleveland siil yesterday tbst be
lid not see them, but every lima one ap
peared, a dox n cranks m re or le wouU
write to bim about it "Whenever I re
ceive these crank" letter," continq d M r.
Clevelan-1, "I know that the senile old bar
and thief, Dana, has Un at it aain. There
is only one thing that I ' are about in theea
attacks. It e.ttn that Dana doe not con
fine bis warfare to mem. Women are not
tree from hi datarlly asaul t.
Mr. level and Draw a Line.
"It is bad enough for bim to print bi ly
ing statem.-ut about myadf, but it i infi
nitely id or cowardly and daitardly for
him to iochile my wife in hi attack. If
Dana wa not in bis dotage hi raving
woakl attract more attention Mr. Cleve
land also said: "I do aot care bow much I
am criticised for my publio act. That U
perfectly legitimeti. There is aline, bow.
arer, it seem to me where abuse should
stop. The man wbo invades the privacy of
a family, ani in lulge in coarse attack on
private citit-ms pi see himself on tbe level
of a blackguard."
Faaad aa luwa Ma re's-Meat.
Dsa Moists. April ! 4. Some
about tbe tate hous? are tell in? that th
jintrate bill paad by the twenty -third
K"nici savuiuij na ueen tampereu witb at
some stage of it progrea. The original bill
has beea torn and stolen from tbe hpnse
files and a printed bill inserted in its pi see.
Tba printed bill omit from section e tbe
words "The rates therein fixed are reason a
ble aad jtut maximum rates for." wbich
occur at the Vital mint whors th v.i.
aiooera are ornpowered to ninke joint rates.
A careful investigation shows that tba bill
rigned by tbe governor paatd both house
without ebange, sni therefore U valid. Tba
amission cr error is neither fata, no r dan
. Rejected Wansaa aaaVage.
Boarox, April 18. The boose yesterday
rejected by a vote of 117 to 49 tbe bill to
grant municipal suffrage to women.
OF THE SPRING SEASON. 1890.
EVER OFFERED IS THE TRI-CITIES,
A.T POPULAR PRICES,
Is always to b fouri(J at
Robt. Kraiise's Clothing Emporium,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT. IA.
Om ngsL CO
dTWhich arn good Fittfrs
Mr, im.'rftlll lu Jail.
MovT Hi.lv. N J. Apii :i Mrs.
Carrie 'e .iisn-Varide.-rift, again-t a h: rn
tbe graod jory linoi,y returr.-.i an in
dictment charging fcer a.ta attempting lo
poison ber n. Prank S man, a as arrv-t-eiyesterdy
morbiag ani brouat b-re
I'pou arra;i;r.:n.-ut ia plalsi n t gtjiltr,
and wa coroia:tted to ja;i in default i.i
tS Of J L.i
A Kesolatioa That Means Nathlag.
BtaTiit, Ajril la Tbe senate yesterday
id.-pted a resolution addre-sl to congr-a
ieclaring ia favor cf a thorough revision of
(be tariff an 1 tbe re.iurtioa of dutie upon
Ibe raw material of manufacluresand upon
:be necessaries of Ufe, a ar a tba sam9 can
ae made aith due regard 'o iaborin; and
Chica&ii, April 17.
(Juotatinns on the board of trade to-dav
were as follows: vtiet N'o. t May. cloned
chused avi June, openel ckeed
NMr-: July. oned tCc. .lsi jvic. t'ora
No. I May. openel aalclWl i'Sc: June,
opened -w'. ckned 3--4i. July, o;ened and
ckevd SSc. OaU-No. May, opened and
rkeed "4c: June, opeaed a 'd cio -d 2,
July, opened aai ti sied Sc. Fork May
opened l'.3.So. rhed $:i3r. June, oiened
aad closed tii.K Jay. opeaed tiaia,
cioed Lard Mav, opened itS
Uve stock -The tock yard repwt the fol
lowinii ran erf pr.csss: Hiws-Market opened
act ve aad Arm. with pi-M ijl t ti"uer:
ILrbt grade. 4 UjH.Jr. roujii rackits. H.l
(JrlSi; inixed lots $4-13 tUV; hew vy packing
and hiiptn4 lot. iL i il
Cattle Steady: gnod prade rm: beeves.
iXr-t): stotker and feeiers. ti.S5.lsij;
cows and tnixd. t !.. t 2i; corn-fed Texan.
S3.Kl.5. Sheep-Slow, b-wer; mntt na,
K corn-fed wefeteras, .Vuujl Tlr.
lambs. A.r"iitf ;o.
Prodoce: Butt -r-Fancy EHgia. "1 ijc ir
Pjc fine creameries. 171 ; dsn.n. finest, fresh.
Iil7c; fna taking stock. 4 k. Em;
Strictly fresh, lie per dot DresMsi poultry
Chickens. 9isj.'ilfto per lh; turkeys, hi.lic;
yotng hens, Ii4l5 c; duck. 13 Appie
i air to cnoite. $.1. ui.5a per bhb
- hew Tork,
b'ew York. April 17.
Wheat No. I red winter. wils cash- d
May. I34c; do June, mc; do July. aie.
Corn No. t mixed 4.1c casn; do May. c
do Ju e tr. do July, 4c Oat-s Steady
but dull.,.u. s mixed. 31c cash: do April.
31e: do May. :-: do June. Sr. Rye
Dull. Barley-Nominal Pork-Dull; mess,
$ia;14Ui for new. Lard Vniet; May B.i.77-
Live sto k: Cattle-No trading In beeves;
feel in rtea ry: dmead beef, frrui: sides. aaTi4e
V theep and Lambs Ma ket flr.r.:' un
ho n hbeep. Jo S7.iO p lid ts; clipped do!
t-V. oo.V. n onshirn yearlings. 4.1iVA0U
c IpnldJ. WJTj-6.); lambs. .'H2.l2.iw. Hops
Nominally steady; live hogs, f4.lfc4i
Hsy Jjlnd prairie. fT 50.
Tlawtay t okJb 50.
Bay-WIM. f j j&f ui.
Oosl Sod us
im wooes a en. e.
tocaa. Botsl Baataa Powdbb Co,i We?
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
Tailor Made Clothing
received of Stublt-y 4 Co., a sbipment of tbrir
1622 SZEC02STZD .VEISTTJE.
Doll Busies. Boys- Ex?res Wa?on.
Also a f s 1 line of
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
W-t:i:ru: Pptr, Tt:t. lis, s. -ea. Lead aad Sla Pencils. Etc.
STOVES AND RANGES.
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal
ALADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Col.
Tbe ..ten .len of tbe long sems of ALADDIN StoT. Thi i teautifaffa
its ornamentatioD. novtl in macy .f iu featurea-i. bound to be a YoodlE S
b-7.o 6l0TC kSrD iU fr JO- i3
I have of criuNo a ur.p!y of tbe celebrated R0U:1 OAK3. Tbl. aaa beea
so popular tUt . ,. be,ne copied f.r a. iber d.ra oy nnpuloti tpJrZL. Ut
agent for above good a we!l as otter desirable good. Hardware etc
JOHN T. IMOFTSKER.
Cor. Third avenue arid Twentieth St, Rock Island.
j Dea!er in New aad
Second Hand Goods
OF ETKRT DESCRIPTION'.
Tbe highe price uaid ior goods of in k.nd. Win trade, sell or boy atrial: .
Xo. 1014 Second. Aveaa
0". nvt. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
aHUFACTDREX. OF CElCiEES AID BUCUITl
Ask jour Grocer for thctn. Tbey are best.
ar-Specialties; The Chrislj "0T8TIK" and tbe Christy MWeM.-
ROCK ISLAND. TLL.
A. J. SfvllTH & SON,
And Japanese Mattings,
compare largtat stock of Carpetiof , MatUnga ami
A. J, SMITH & SON,
m and 127 Weat Third 8tIte Opp. Majonlc Temple, DAVENPORT.
Arecue. Dealer in-
Cigars and Toys,
Bkv Bali aod Bala, Rubber B