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THE ABGU& FKIDAY, JUNE 12. 1S91
LATEST OX TARIFF.
Buckeye State Prohibs Strike
a New Keynote.
KEYEUTTE TO EE ONLY INCIDENTAL.
Income Ta to supply the Federal C'ai.h
Ike and I)utle l l lnl for Krtal
intion The Tie ke-t I'nt l'p senator
Mew art Onite Sanguine of Free t oin-
ffe Next ongie The lni
. latnre forgt-t a Little Matter While
l'aing an rliuht-Hetnr Law.
S?rRIXtiFIELI, O., June 1J. At the state
Prohibition convention yt-st onlay the plat
lurm was aeleital as wv.n as r-r:nauent
organization wan comjiletej. After the
Usual tatementin reference to the sup
predion of the liquor tr.irlic.to woman suf
frage, eniins, s-uinl.iy olwervanee, emi
gration, civil service, etc., it vivs that
tariff shouM be levied only as a .iefeu-
ngaint foreign governments that levy
taritl upon or bar out our products from
their markets, revenue lu.; incidental;
the residue of means nex-eary to an eco
nomical admin ist rat ion of (reivemmeiit
should 1 raised by a graduated incomt
ljuiel Question anl ortration.
Nem-rwietent aliens should not be al
lowed to acquire land in this country, and
we favor the limitation cf individual and
corporate ownership of land; all unearned
grants '.f land to railroad companies or
other corporations should be reclaimed,
and no further portion of the national do
main should be thus granted, railroad, tel-4-grapU.
and all other natural monopolies
which owe their existence to grants of
power from t he people should be con
trolled by the people through their legis
latures, in the interest of the jeople. and
no higher charges allowed than necessary
to make fair returns on capital actually
A to the tirrulu: inj; Medium.
The circulating uied::.ui of the country
may tightly consist of gold, silver, and
paper. It should all lie of lull legal ten
der and sufficient in quantity to meet the
demands if business and give full oppor
tunity for the employment oi the labor.
No private individual or corporation
should le allowed to make any profit
through issuing it. Neither should it le
possible for any man or combination of
meu to produce an artificial scarcity and
secure exorbitant rates.
Nominal ions for State Orticer.
The following ticket was nominated:
(ioveriii r. J. .1. A-heiihurst. of Stark:
lieutenant governor, W. J. Kirkendal, of
Jackson; ..tipi-tiue court judge, Hewson I...
Teakc. of Kiie: attorney general, W. H.
Matthew, of ilamiltou: state treasurer,
(ive-.nre- V. Ma v. of Darke; state auditor,
C. E. Keesor. c f Clark; Uard of public
works, p. I'. Uodifer, of Helmoct; schotd
commissioner, K. P. Sellar. portage;
railway commissioner. Waldo Y. llrownrf
Butler. A ratification meeting was beld
CONFIDENT OF FREE COINAGE.
Senator Stewart lielierex Next ongre..
Will I'aos the Hill.
VasiiikoTon CITY. June 1J Senator
Stewart said yesterday, speaking of free
coinage prospects, that he was confident a
free coinage bill could lie passed through
the next congressover the president's veto.
Of course, he said, there can In? no doubt
about a two-third vote for free coinage in
the boue. and in the senate it has been
shown that there is a majority. The ques
tion is, what will the senate do in case (.1
a veto? if all the It tii' rats in the sen
ate will vote to pas the bill over the pres
ident's veto. Stewart said, there will W
no trouble about the matter.
W here the Votes Will ( mnr From.
The Republican votes in the senate that
Stewart counts as sure for free coinage
are: Two from California. 1 from Oregon,
- from Washington. l from Idaho, 2 lroiu
Montana, S from Nevada, - from Colorado,
1 from Wyoming. .1 from .-south Dakota. 1
from North Dak' . - fruui Knusis. i from
Nebra-ka. and 1 from Pennsylvania. Cul
lorn. Stockbridge, and Davis he regards us
doubtful. The votes counted as sure
w ould give free coinage ti votes, if the
Democrats voted solidiy for free coinage,
as policy might induce them to do. Fifty
nine votes are enough to carry the bill
over a veto. The only senators on the
Democratic side whom Mr. Stewart re
gards as doubtful are Gray, Mc-Persou,
KAN5A5 IN A TIGHT CORNER.
The Light-Hour Law Recently l'assed
. auseft Trouble.
Toi'l.KA, Kan., June 12. It was learned
yesterday that the passage of the eight
hour law by the legislature hist winter
will have the effect of dosing all charita
ble and reform institutions in the stale
unless the legislature is convened in extra
session liefore next September. The law
is worded so that no employe of state or
municipal institutions wUl be permitted
to work more than eight hours a day, arid
while this will necessitate the employ
ment of about 1,'Juo more people, there
was no additional appropriation made to
meet the increased expenses.
An Extra Sensiou Neresary.
The state board of trustees yesterday
asked the attorney general his opinion in
the matter, and the result is that unless
an extra session is called to make the ad
ditional appropriation the inmates of
these institutions will be returned to the
counties whence they came. This will re
turn all the insane patients in the two in
sane asylums and the Ikivs and girls in
both the ref jrm schools to their respective
Can Marry Her Jimmie Now.
New CrMl EltLAMi, W. Va., June 13.
There was to have been a notable wedding
here Tuesday night, the contracting par
ties being Mr. John Crawford and Miss
Kuth Wylie, members of two very promi
nent families. Miss Wylie Tuesday after
noon wrote a farewell letter, full of ardent
protestations of love, to James F.wing, a
former suitor, and through an error en
closed it in an envelope addressed to Mr.
Crawford. Mr. Crawford received the
letter and read it, which is why the wed
ding did not come off.
The I're i.g In Chili.
Washixgtox City, June 12 -A private
letter from Santiago. Chili, states that all
the papers in Santiago huve been sup
pressed except the two government or
gans, while only one paper is allowed to
be printed at Valparaiso.
They fired Him Out of the Elk.
Columbi's, O., June 13. At a special
meeting of the Klks here Wednesday
night Charles Jieilly, the ball player who
jumped his contract with the Columbus
club, was expelled from membership.
THE ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE.
It Ajmi to Give the World's Fair S8O0,
OOO Other Transactions.
Spuing field, Ills., June 12. The senate
yesterday passed a resolution indorsing
the project to erect a national G. A. K.
memorial h.ill at Decatur by private do
nation. A number of house amendments
to appropriation bills principally for asy
lums, prisons and educational instit it ions
were concurred in on conference r 'ports
and otherwise. The bill Appropriating
$."',VY to the beekeepers was sent tc third
reading. Kills were passed: Appropriat
ing fCX OU) for new gates at Copperas
creek and Henry locks: l.oo) ami '.tally
to the Dairymen's association and &"0 an
nually to each farmers' institute: tlO.ufl
to remove the remaius of pioneers to a
new cemetery at Kn-kakia. The 5 cent,
f ere bill failed to pas. The bill requiring
t;ie examination of mine managers was
passed. W. R. Smith, Daniel Harral . ami
J oseph Morse were continued as fish var d
The World' Fair Bill.
The conference committee on the W rld's
fair bill agreed on t-s4i ii t, nsu the n port
was concurred in. The bill includes i. sec
tion for the enforcement of the eight-nour
day, the submission of labor disputes to
arbitration, and the observance of the
minimum wage rate in vogue among the
variour labor organizations in Chicago at
the time the buildings should W con
structed. The bill to bury soldiers at
county expense was passed, and a 1 irge
numlier of bills sent to third reading. The
youth's reformatory bill was signed by the
The Anna Insane .1. luiu.
In the house the special committee w:ncu
investigated the Anna insane asylum pre
sented majority and minority iep rts.
The first, signed by the Demociat,
charged extreme cruelty on the sujerin
tendetit and assistants. The minority re
port contradicted this. The deUtte vas
long, and tht feature of it was that Shir
ley, Democrat, defended the tK-rini en
dent, and stigmatized the majority ret ort
as a partisan document, and moved nou
c incurrence therein. The -big three" i lso
voted against concurrence, and the ma. or
ity report was defeated. A motion to
receive and record loth re pert
was adopted. The bill in relation to
building, loan, and homestead associa
tions was sent to third reading. Confer
ence report on the southern peniteuth ry
an l soldiers' orphan home appropriate ns
were concurred in. Kill- were pass, dr
Providing penalty for cutting leve :
making LaN.r Day a legal holiday; a id
providing that service in chancery c.x-es
may le obtained by either husband or
wife in any county. The bill to adn it
the Chicagt Hiljernian. riries to t .e
national guard was sent to third reading.
PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER ABROAD.
Kaliy .McKee and the Eminent Americiu
Editor Visit to Ascot.
Lonimix. June 12. All the newspaper s
notice the visit cf Mrs. Knsseil Harriscn
and Mrs. McKee. and one makes the fe 1
lowing statement: -Mrs. McKee. tie
daughter of the president of the United
States who can forget the ecstacies of tl e
American press over the advent and ad
ventures of Baby McKee- ami Mrs. Ru
seil Harrison arrived in London last ever
ing by a special train from l.iverpoo..
They were escorted to London byCommaL
iler Emory, naval attache at Huston, and
received by Minister Lincoln and conveyed
in the ministerial carriage to his residence,
2, Cromwell Hardens. S. W." On their ar
rival they were greeted by a large a ern
bly of friends, who subsequently sat dowi.
to a sumptuous dinntr. covers lx-ing laii.
for twenty-eight, yesterday Mrs. Harrisot
and Mrs. McKee. accompanied by M:ii:
ter Koliert T. Lincoln, prcoeeeleei to Ascot
by a spe-i ial carriage pia e l at tln ir dis
posal by the Loudon and Southwestern
DEFAVED ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE.
An Illinois Eeud ied Out liy Man
P.M.Is. His.. .Tune 12. For sometimes
feud has existed letween Thomas Keiison
and Elmer Farris. two young farmers
who reside near Edgar, in this county.
Wedne-sday Farris came to this city and
was united in marriage to Miss Ella
Jones, a reputable young lady, who re
sidesl with her parents north of this city
Abemt 5 o'clock yesterday morning the
two enemies met at a barn in their neigh
borhood, when Kensou. it is alleged, mae'e
some elefamatory remark atout Farris'
wife. Farris resentel the insult, and lieu
son attackd him with a club. Farris
drew a knife anel stabled Kenson in the
heart, killing him instantly.
The Trial of Editor Elliott.
O'U MlTs. O.. June 12. The testimony
in the Elliott trial showing that the de
fendant and his brother tireel the first
thre-e shots on the day of Osboru's mur
der is accumulating. The whole trend so
far is in that direction, and a large num
lier of witnesses are yet to lie examintrd on
this jioint. The defense has issued sub
peenas for about ll0 witnesses, among
wheim are ex-Governors Foraker and
Bishop, ex-Lieutenant Governor War
wick, Maj. William McKinley, Judge
Nash, and others prominent in the politi
cal and socii.l world.
Will Carry His Church with Him.
PlTTsr.t liG, Pa., June 12 Rev. O. B.
Million, pa. tor of the East End Reformed
Presbyterian church, and one of the young
mini-ters expe lied from the church by the
synod Wednesday, has decided to hold 1 is
church. On next Sunday, with 150 follow
ers, he will occupy his old pulpit, and he
prepenses to continue as pastor of the
church. The opposition to Kev. Mr. Milli
gan is not very strong, and it is not likely
tiiat there will be any more trouble.
Man, Woman, and Child Drowned.
Gainesville, Tex., June 12. Near Leon,
I. T., thirty miles from here, cm Red river,
Wednesday, the dead bodies of a man,
woman, and little child were found in a
drift, they having been drowned during
the late overflow The bodies have not
yet lieen identified. W V. Linn, a farmer
residing thirty miles north of here on
Hickory creek, was also elrowned in that
8t rea m .
liigc Eailure In New Orleans.
New Okleass, La., June 12. Holloway
4c Garden, limited, one of the largest hard
ware firms in this city, have gone into
liquidation. A dull season and the strin
gency in the money market are given as
the cause of suspension. It is believed
that the assets can be made to cover the
New National Bank Authorised.
Washington City, June 12. The Na
tional bank of North America, New York
city, capital fTUO.OOO, has been authorized
to begin business.
HISSES FOR WALES.
Albert Edward Experiences a
DEH0i:STEATI0N AT A EACE TEACK
In Which Ills Royal Highness Is Groaned
at and Asked Embarrassing Ouestions
The Haccar-.it Case Making It Very
Warm for the llefr Apparent The
Gossips In Their Element, and Retail
ing a Ouantity of II ich-Toiied Infamy
"Collars and CnftV in Hisgrace.
Loxiwx, June 12. The Prince of Wales
was groaned ami his-ed at Ascot yester
day. Tremendous pressure is being
brought to bear on the London papers to
suppress the news, and it m.ty probably
sucx-eed for a day or two. but there is no
doubt of the fact. It seems that as the
prince was driving up with a party of Lis
friends the crowd in the vicinity, com
posed mostly of well-dressed jeoplc but
with a sprinkling of a rougher element,
hovted and jeereel his royal highness, mak
ing sarcastic ailusious to the baccarat
scandal. Some cried out: 'Have you
brought your counters with you:-"
A significant Incident.
Others indulged in more offensive allu
sions. The aristocratic group around the
prince, though apparently too astouisLed
to lie in fall possession of tlieir wits,
managed to make a counter demonstra
tion of a weak sort in supiort of the
prince, who was himself pale with anger
and who cast angry glances at his insult
ers. This is the first time that li disre
spectful demonstration has ever lcen
made against the Irinc-e of Wales by a
crowd liearing any claim to respectability,
and the incielent is regarded as even more
significant than the lecturing that he has
been getting for the past two days from
religious and secular newspapers.
Cxnildn't Suppress the News.
The news elid not reach Ixndon until
late last evening, and in spite of every ef
fort to suppress it. every man nliout town
was in possession of it in an incredibly
short time. The plan e f tne; newspapers
will probably lie to minimize the attair as
much as possible, and to deseritie the
crowd that had made the demonstration as
-a little knot cf roughs." The priuce is in
a very sulky mood, owing to the newspa
jT attacks upon him and the steady
stream of resolutions pass..,! at the Non
Conformist conferences whiihis j-ourinu
iu upon him.
SIR EDWARD AND THE PRINCE.
The Solicitor General Know Too Many
lut ein cnient Secrets.
The story that Lord Salisbury was abemt
to a-k Sir Edward Clarke fiT his resigna
tion as solicitor general is not credited by
any one around the lobbies of parliament.
The Prince of Wales, who is cne of the
clearest headed men iu England on polit
ical matters, would certainly not listen to
such a proposition, and would go out of
his way to prevent such a ld service be
ing done him. The gossips are still aci
lively discussing the motive which prompt
ed the solicitor general to talk so plainly
aliout the prince.
Lord Randy Pragced In.
While they are aii agreed that loyalty to
his friend. Lord Randolph Churchill, en
tered largely into the consideration, the
animus against the prince is assigned a
slightly different cause. It is asserted by
those who are in a position to know the
facts that the disturbing element in the
Churchill household is not the prince him
self, but his eldest son. Albert Victor, gen
erally known by the contemptuous title of
"Collars and Cuffs." He is a puny. joorly
set up young fellow, with nothing in face,
physiq-ae or mental make up to recom
mend him. but, it seems, he is "a chip of
the old block."
A Troiililesome Frincelinc.
Ir is said that ciivoroe proceedings ia
which young Clarence would have figured
as co-responcent were only prevented by
the urgent appeal of the Prince of Wales,
and the offending princeling was packed
e'ffto India to keep Liai out c f harm's
way. But on his return from the east, it
is said, he renewed his transgressions and
it is Albert Edward's failure to keep cer
tain engagements regarding his sou
which Lord Randolph resents, sir Ed
ward Clarke is in possesion ed too many
inconvenient secrets of this character, and
it will be founel that Wales has no desire
to stir up another heirnet's nest about his
Welcome to Sir William and Kride.
LeiNiniN, June 12. The municipal au
thorities and citizens generally c.f Forres.
Scot laud, have decided to give a festive
welcome on Saturday to Sir William
Gordon Cumming and his bride on their
arrival at Sir William's family seat of
Thinks the Judge Was Partial.
LoxiON", June 12. Sir William Gordon
Cumming has writttn a letter, saying:
usir Edward Clarke fully expressed my
sentiments. I believe the gross partiality
of the judge was answerable for the re
sult." Waleo I'robahly Regrets It, Too.
London, June 12. In the Baptist con
ference at Hastings yesterday a resolution
was passed regretting that the future
king of England had ever indulgeel in
Score of the Uae Hall Clubs.
CHICAGO, June 12. League base ball
t luls yesterday made the following rec
t rds: At Bottou Chicago 6, Boston 14; at
New YoTk Pittsburg 2, New York 10; at
Brooklyn Cleveland 3. Brooklyn f: at
Philadelphia Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia 1.
Association: At Baltimore Athletic 2,
Baltimore ft; at Washington City Wash
ington 5, Boston 1'.; at Cincinnati Cin
c nnati 5, Columbus 3; no game at Louis
ville. Western: At Minneapolis Milwaukee",
Vinneapolis 12; at Kansas City Lincoln
lo, Kansas City 4: at Denver Omaha 10,
Denver ; at Sious City St. Paul 6, Sioux
C ty 9.
Illinois-Iowa: At Aurora Aurora 9,
O tumwa 3: at Joliet Joliet 10, Daven
Ie rt 4: at Ottawa Ottawa G, Cedar Rap
Bad for the Company Either Way.
London, June 12. The chairman of the
Gi neral Omnibus company says that the
co-t of the demands which the company
wt s willing to concede would be '90,000
yeirly, while the cos of the demands that
were presented by the strikers would be
1;7,UOO yearly. As the profits earned in
lci ) amounted only to 45,000, to yield any
fuither; would involve the bankruptcy of
t b romnstn.
Dr. HrMPHKEYs' s,rEcincs are scientiacally and
carefully pretvared preaertplioug ; ue4 for many
rears Id private practice with suceessnel for over
hlrty year used by the people. Every Inula Si
cifi? u a special cetre for tin disease named.
Tbese Speelilea care without cIiwkIiui. pnnr
Ing or reducing the avtem. aud are In fact and
deed the noTeretgn remcdieaot theWoTld.
LIST OF PKHCIPAL xos. ccres. fkkts.
I Fevers, Congcvtlnti. tnfUnimatlon. .. ..5
It Worms, Wirin Fever. Worm Colic. .-J.i
3 Crying Colir.orTeethingof Infants
4 Otorrhea, -f C M'.eiren r Auu!;. ... .2
e iMfcentery. onpmg, inner vcouc.
ei e. noiera .ildroun
7 Cornells. Cold. bn
S SeRraiiria f ootfcaciie, Kaoeache .
tl II Pterin he, sick Ufadacbe. Vertigo
itp iiyspepsia. LtiU'"i stomsra
plug, Ul'.Uv in Colic-.. .-iS
i u a. Vomiting
ied or faintui i-erioua.
toe Prof ue I'e-rloelii
Coiiirh, PUtiouit fcrea:Mr.ff ...
Ueum. V rv : !-!.,.. Knu.f ii ulc
1 -J It heuma tit m, Kb.-mimOe r'uir."....
1 ti r ever and A toe. e hills, JIaUrla....
1? files, riicl or l.leedl!ur
1 ( Hiarrh, Intliieuza, Cvl.l luibe Hi .l
20 A hoepinir Couch. i--i'iiT cvuj-'hi.
tit t.rnrr! I -1 i i .i byslcal VVeakueai
a? IVidnev lieniie
i-i Vmiiie ilehility 1
1 1 !siipirease
1 i hues, to
1 J ( roup. Cot
l s-ait itbeu
O vmarv Wf aki'FK. VTettliir I'nl. ..VI
Diseases of luelieart.raipiistnnl.uU
Slw by r.jeiT. cr j.-nt rwtald on rewlpt
f t price. I'R. HcMrHKEVs JliNrj.1, (144 paires)
richly txinud in cloth ai d koH, mail'-el free.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Cor. WiUiam and John Streets, Kcw York.
$100 And Upwards
CAN BE 1SVESTED 1
A POSITIVE AND SAFE
I 5 per Cent
Dividend Paying Stock.
Full particulars ami
Prof pectus can be hail
on aj'p'icaT'on or a lrei!inc
S- L. SIMPSON, Banker,
d4 Broadway, N. Y.
AGENTS OF EVERY KIND
Innrar.ce. Frsternal Order, booi or otherwise.
MetntH-rs get !HO in one ye ar. The y pav bat $1
a week. Acylicdy cnffiike at the lowet flo7
each wee k easily. Even, heniy wants a certificate.
becoe for each tnemher they bring in they ge t
ihttrtioo a month earlier. This is a good ttuig
and don't mi-take it. Addre-v
J. L. UN VERZAGT, Secretsry.
l.Wett Lc-xiiiiun st , Baliiniore, Md.
Wyoming lot. It's the cominir citr of Wvom
lnjr. Ua waterwork. electric lights, floiirinir
mi.l. Locatel in the frarelen of Wvomintr
I iMeluceO the prize potato crop of the Vnite-el
Mates in lrJ tcr tuaps and further infor.
mation appy to
iJAXX 4 TUOM. Euralo, Wyo.
NEW MUSIC HOUSE
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
Housel, Woodyatt 4 Co.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county of trie
WEBER, DECKED BROS., WHEELOCK,
ESTEY, AND CAMP & C0.'3 PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, "WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
3T" lull line alro of Mnall Mnical m'r.haniii'c.
Proprietor of the Brady Street
All kinds of Cut Flowers cons Wnt'y on hand.
Green Eor,e Flower Store-
One b ock north of Cer.tral Park, '.he largest in Ia. 304 Eraiy street, Davenport, Iowa.
This space is reserved for a plat of
SCHNELL'S ADDiTlON TO THE CITY OF
which is opened for the sale of lots. It is loca
ted south of Ninth avenue between Twen
tieth and Twenty-fourth streets.
The Plat will be readv in a few davs.
We are opening-toe most complete line of Hardware pecialtiea erer aSared km Keel
Island beside our rtarnlar rock of staple and bulldera Hardww
and Mechanics' tool.
Poeket, Table Kitchen Cutlery,
Nails, Steel Goods, Tin-ware, Stoves, Etc.
aTaLiXTIES-Oljaai Cooia and Rana, "Florida" and Wlfcer JUA Watev Htmtm
rterKU Steami BoUere, TuUm Gna Proof Filter, Xcoseay rarmMea, Tim
aaa Eket Iroa work, rinmblng, Copperimlthlnr and utrtim T,f
1823;Second avenue,2Rock Island.