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TILE ARGUS. THURSDAY, JDJLY 2, 1801.
Published Duly and Weekly at lffii Second Av
enue, Rock It-land, 111.
J. W. Potter.
Tiiui-Dally, 60c par month; Weekly, $3.00
per an nam.
All communication of a critical ox arenmenta
tlre character, political or religion, man nave
real name attached for publication. No each artl
ticlea will be printed over fictitious aienaturee
Anonymous communication not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
la Rock Island county.
Thursday, July 2, 1891.
Chauncey Depew eajs: "I am going
abroad for health, for recuperation and
ozone. A man who uses bis brain con
tinuously, and to the exteDt that it will
stand the racket' for 10 months every
year, can do infinitely better work the
next year if he will let it lie fallow wo
Under an act forced through by the
democrats at the close of the Reed con
gress the administration is obliged to re
coin the trude dollar bullion into standard
dollars. This has nothing to do with the
option given it by the bullion coinage
bill to cease coining silver on July 1.
Under that option it has decided to stop
coining silver, but it will be obliged to
recoin the trade dollars because this is
The New York World charges that Post
master General Wanamaker was officially
notified in 18S3 that be must not transfer
the Keystone stock issued to him by Lu
cas, and that it was an over-issue. This
leads the St. Louis Republic to say that ,
as Mr. Wanamaker afterwards raised
money .on this stock as collateral, the
World is charging a felony against him,
and it should either withdraw the charge
or produce the proof at once.
TnEMoline Dispatch has to have its
say about the appointment by Congress
man Cable of Maj. Buford's son to the
Annapolis naval academy, and it crili
cizes The Argus for asserting that Mr.
Cable has made a departure from bis pre
decessor in remembering Lis friends
holding, too, thit The Argus is incon
sistent in sustaining Mr. Cable for so
doing, while condemning Postmaster
Wells for taking asimilar position. TnE
Argus finds no fault with Mr. Wells for
remembering his friends. It has simply
expressed its own opinion of his d ispos:
tion to mar the public service by remov
ing competent men on the grounds of
floe tor Harrlon.
"Is President Harrison liable to with
draw from the presidential race?" asks
the Washington correspondent of the New
York Herald. And he then answers:
Ask this question of a score of republi
ran nnlitiriuna and thpv trnnlrl iinhfaifftf.
ingly chorus "No." Tbey know that the
president desires a renomination more
than be desires anything on earth, and
tbey cannot conceive any contingency that
might make his withdrawal probable.
And yet this contingency exists. It is
the passage of free coinage bill which
tbe president would feel obliged to veto.
He is reasonably firm in hfs purpose to
veto a bill for unrestricted free coinage,
but he feels that such a vote might com
pel him to decline renomination.
He appreciates the fact that the silver
sentiment in bis partv U very strong, and
that if it is alienated 'he party may be
wrecked in a number of tbe big western
states. The dominant sentiment in tbe
party in such states as Ohio. Indiana and
Illinois is against free coinage, but there
is enough free coinage sentiment to leave
tbe republicans in tbe minority it tbe free
coinage element deserts tbem.
Tbe president hopes by appealing to
party fealty to prevent the pt6Sige of a
free coinage bill through tbe senate. If
be can escape tbe necessity of a positive
declaration on tbe Bubject be believes be
can be reelected, but he realizes that tbe
veto of a free coinage bill will make suc
cess doubtful in all the Pacific stales and
in half of the western states.
If be should witneiraw under such c'.t
cumstances the party would ctill be ab:e
to nominate an opponent of absolute
free coinage, provided his opposition was
not plainly declared.
Major McKinley, who vottd for the
Bland bill and for tbe silver measure of
last summer, would be a good candidate
of tbia sort, or perhaps Senator Allison
or General Alger. Even Secretary
Blaine would be able to conceal his
views sufficiently to keep the silver men
in line. He talked to the Boston delega
tion which was here last winter to op
pose free coinage as though he was in
entire sympathy with ihtir purposes, but
he has always been a favorite of the west
and a trimmer on tbe silver question. II
could be trusted, if anyone could, to say
nothing or to say something that cou d
be interpreted in the right way to please
his party both east and west.
The necessity for the withdrawal of
the president in ca6e be is compelled to
veto a free coinage bill has been openly
discussed between him and bis intimate
friends, and is by no means a matter of
pure speculation. Tbe . president Las
naturally not committed himself abso
lutely upon tbe subject, and tbe glamour
of another term may blind his eyes to tbe
danger as the time for nomination draws
near. He is supremely anxious at pres
ent to escape tbe necessity of facing a
free coinage measure, but it is almost
certain that it will pass both houses un
less the democratic leaders in the house
decide to postpone tbe subject until after
the presidential election."
There is no reason to suppose that the
democratic leaders in tbe bouse will do
anything of the kind, as tbe Dubuque
Telegraph says, and if they should, the
house of the Fifty-third congress woul
not be democratic. President Harrison
will be given a chance to officially declare
whether on the currency question he is
with the masses or Wall street.
rn i i LMi i. w Tmrrto
Remarks of Governor Fifer and
SITUATION AS IT LOOKS TO THEM.
The Governor Not Posti-J, but Has Some
Strong Reliefs Tbe Representative
Thinks the Goose Is Altltuilinou for
tb Democracy Ex-Senator Ingalls
Talks About Certain Financial Schemes
Iowa Republicans in C'onventloa
Wkeeler for Governor A Knight of
Labor on McKinley.
Chicago, July 1. Two prominent men
arrived here yesterday Governor Fifer
and Representative Springer. Of course,
tbey were interviewed instanter, and sub
mitted gracefully. They didn't agree, cf
course, in what they said, which was just
what any two other politicians of similar
party relations would have said. The gov
ernor was en route to the wilds of Minne
sota for a rest, after confinement to the
limits of the state capital foreight months.
He said he dijln't know anything about
politics, and would stay here a few days to
post himself. However: "I know one thing,
and that is that McKinley has been nomi
nated for governor of Ohio, and I believe
be will be elected. I sincerely hope bo.
Protection or free trade will be the issue
in lMi-J. aud I guess the Republicans can
hold their end up in the contest. There
will be other issues, however, besides the
tariff, but it will be one of the main is
sues." The Australian Ballot Law.
Referring to the ballot bill passed by
tbe legislature, he said: "The law as
signed by me is a good one, and I believe
U will result in great good. It may not
be absolutely perfect, but I cannot criti
cise it until it is given a fair trial. There
can be no fight made acainst it because a
section was left out. That has all been
straightened out. When it comes to be
tried, its defects, if any, will be developed,
and they can be remedied at tbe next ses
sion of the legislature "
Springer's Canvass for Speaker.
Congressman Springer had no news
either, so he said. He. too, was looking
for a summer resort, although he was ht
that moment in a city where the tempera
ture was so "mild"' that an overcoat wivs
not a burden, by a large majority. lie
was satisfied with the situation as to tbe
campaign for speaker of the next house.
The representatives were not committing
themselves yet to any particular man.
Tbe Republicans hoped to profit in is'i-j t y
the blunders of the l)cniocratic house, but
would lie disappointed; in spite of their
large majority the Democracy would be
Comments on Fall Flections.
''I look upon the elections of this fall rs
most important," he said. ''Particularly
ao as regards Iowa, Ohio, and New York.
In the Empire state a Democratic victory
is almost assured. This talk about Gov
ernor Hill running again is most im
probable. He has accepted the United
States senatorsbip, and should he give
that up a Republican might by the next
legislature be elected in bis place. Mr.
Flower will be the gubernatorial nomi
nee. That is practically settled. Iowa I
look to go Democratic. The tariff will be
the issue and, save a very few lumber
manufacturers along tbe Mississippi,
there is no one in tbe state who can say
that the McKinley bill baa brought one a
ceut profit. ,
The Buckeye State Campaign.
"The most interesting contest will occur
in Ohio. There tbe result is in tbe most
doubt. The Republicans have a great
deal at stake there. Should McKinley lose
it will mean a second repudiation of bis
bill and tbe party will certainly le unable
to use it as an issue in 'i'-'. And it can't
be changed before then, for though the
bouse can pass a reform bill, such a meas
ure would not pass the Republican senate
:iud president. Should McKinley 1
elected tbe Democrats will not te greatly
harmed, since we can win without Ohio.
But it will raise McKinley's name very
high for the Republican nomination and
besides commit the party to tbe McKinley
The Democratic Nominee in '92.
On tbe question of the probable Demo
cratic nominee, Mr. Springer preferred
not to express himself. He admitted that
Cleveland had seemingly hurt himself by
his silver letter, but not enough to harm
him if nominated. For Gorman he had
high words of praise, and also for other
possible nominees. But he had no opin
ion to express as to the relative chances of
INGALLS' DEBUT AS A LECTURER.
He Thinks the Creator Responsible for
Vnequul livisiou of Cash.
Washington, July 1. I or t he first time
since he left public life Senator Ingalls
appeared in public yesterday afternoon,
making bis debut us a lecturer upon the
aiae of the amphitheatre of the National
Cliatauqua, at Glen Echo, near this city.
His talk was on the "Problems of Our Sec
ond Century," and be was listened to by a
lurge audience. He paid bis resjects to
those persons who want money to be as
free as the leaves in the forest in the au
tumn, and who are so anxious to have
c ingress pay their debts. He depreca'ed
the state of affairs which made it possible
for yo,HH people to control one-half of all
the accumulated wealth of the country,
but be evidently did not see how this was
to be heljied.
The I'.esult of a I'niversal "Iivy."
He said that if all the wealth was
divided so that each person received his
per capita share, in six mouths some
would be riding in pHlace cars, aud some
in buggies; some would be on foot and
iitbers would be sitting in tbe fence cor
kers watching tbe procession go by. He
laid that no legislation in the world
could change the distinctions which exist
between men, and added that if some peo
ple were rich and others were poor the
fault lay with tbe Creator.. He took an
optimistic view of the contest between
wealth wud poverty, and said that out of
the struggle would come broader liberty,
and greater opportunities for happiness.
In the course of his lecture he referred to
himself as a statesman out of a job,
a remark which naturally caused great
Iowa Republicans in Convention.
CEDAIl Raimds, July 1. The Iowa Re
publicans met iu convention here today,
with a large attendance of delegai.es and
visitors, and abundant enthnsia-sm. J. V.
Stone was made temporary chairman, and
in the course of bis speech urged Repub
licans to be up and doing, for if t je Dem
ocrats were successful they would gerry
mander the state so as to give tbe Demo-
cratic candidate f r president a portion of
Iowa s vote. Ho attacked Governor Boies
for saying that ct rn was raised at a loss in
this state and as'ed, if this was so, why
Iowa lands did n t decrease in value. Ke
said there was but one reciprocity aud
James G. Blaine 'va its prophet. It is cer
tain that H. C. Wheeler will be nominated
for governor, and Poyneer looks like the
coming man for the second place on the
The Knigrsts and McKinley.
Cleveland, July l. A. W. Wright, of
Toronto, a member of tbe national execu
tive committee of the Knights of Labor,
speaking of the action of tbe executive
lward at Columbus, said: "Our policy in
Ohio this fall has not yet been determined.
I think Mr. McKinley would assist us in
the government r rinting office fight. But
I see no way in which he could wield any
influence, and we would certainly not hold
him or Secretary Foster responsible for
state of affairs over which tbey have no
The Prottt Against Quay.
Philadelphia, July 1. The general
tenor of the comments of Republican and
independent Republican papers on the
movement against Senator Quay is that it
is a movement th.it will not admit of ignor
ing. Collector Cooper, however, in an rn
Urview defends the senator, and says he
isnot a boss, but a leader.
Removing the Cause.
"Doctor," sai.l young Goslin to his
medical adviser. "I am suffawing fwom
"Do you hang up those trousers in
your sleeping ch unber?" asked tbe phy
sician, nodding lis head at the pair Gos
lin was wearing.
"Put them in the hall when you re
tire. Five dollars, please." Epoch.
Boy (at the menagerie) to his father,
pointing to the two humped camel:
"Father, what animal is that?"
"That's a dromedary, my son."
"But we've sen the dromedary and
it's got only one hump."
"But, don't you understand? Thi9 is
a humpbacked dromedary." Fliegende
A Gratiot street woman was out in the
back yard clearing her bird cage and
filling it with rice bits of lettuce and
other dainties fur the warbler within,
when a travel sta ned citizen came round
"Ah," he said with kindly interest, "I
see yon love the leathered songsters."
"Yes," she replied shortly, after recov
ering from her srrprise. "What do you
"I also love bir Is. madam," he went
on, regardless of her question, "and"
"I snppose you want a cold chicken,
or a quail on toast, or a reed bird on a
cracker, or a bantam on a silver salver
or a" ,
He threw np bis hands imploringly.
"You wrong n.e cruellv, madam," he
cried. "I assure vou 1 want none of
these. But, ma lam, 1 do want ten !
cents to buy som.; bird seed trith."
"You can't drink bird seed," she snap
ped at him.
"Again you wrong me, madam." he
almost wailed. "I want them for a
sweet little pttrtr.dge I am raising."
She looked at him enviously aud gave
him a chance to 1:0 on.
"You see, mailam, it was this way:
Some time ago I had the misfortune to
swallow a partridge egg, and being so
busy in my profession as not to think of
the flight of timo I was quite surprised,
not to say shocked, to discover about a
month ago that t he egg had hatched in
my inner man, so to sxak, and of course
I couldn't afford to have a poor little
bird starve right on my own premises, as
it were, so I at oi.ee procured some bird
seed and sent them down to it with
great success, and now, madam, 1 desire
ten cents more to''
Eat he never fii ished it, for the woman
dropped her bird cage, and reaching for
a hoe handle she made a break for him
thatvas entirely too vigorous for a man
of any gallantry to resist, and he went
away rapidly. Detroit Free Press.
"Look at our whisk brooms only ten
cents," read Sch oeppenstedt from the
placard in the drugstore window. Then
he called the proprietor to the door and
"Isn't that rath ;r a high price to charge
just for looking 1 1 your whisk brooms?"
ice at Krell & Math's; try
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All Gcoda Marked in Plain Figures. Stetctly One Price.
Fourth cf July CUb:auon on Big Island
Persons going to the Milan celebration
or Big Islacdc&n go and return on Reck
Island & Peoria train.as follows:
Lv. Tock Ulund 8:1fl a m Lv
' " 2-20p.ni"
' " :45 " "
7:45 " "
!:15 " "
Bigl!nrd 7:40 a.m
1 : ' S p m
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These truics ail st-irt from the R-
P. depot, foot of Twentieth street, ai d
stop both eoirg and relurnine, at C, B.
& Q. depot, foot of Sixteenth street, and
at plow scops, on Sixth ureet, and land
passengers directly on Big . Island. Fare
10c. R. STOCKHOCSE.
For the seventh annual regatta of the
I iwa State Amnteur Rowing association
to be held at Spirit Lake, Iowa July 14
and 15 1891, the Burlington, Cedar Rap
ids & Northern railway will sell excursion
tickets fiom Davenport to Spirit Lake at
a rate of $6 for the rourd trip. Tickets
will be on sale July 10, 11. 12.13 and 14.
1S91. goi.d to return until July 20. 1891.
Tne Iowa State Amateur Rowing asso
ciation is composed of rowing c ubs from
all tbe principal cities in the s'ate, and
the Seventh annual regatta will be one of
the leading amateur arquatic events in
in the United States. Tbe grand encamp
ment of Iowa Koiiihts Templar, and
their festal week, will also occur at tbe
Lake at tbe same time. For time of
trains and other special information, call
on any ticket agent of ibis company, or
address tbe undersigned. .
J. E Hanxegan, Qen. ticket and Pus.
Ex.nrcun Bales v:a C- M- & B'. P. K- R.
For the annua) convention Young Peo
ple's Society of Cbristun Endeavor to be
held at Minneapolis July 9 to 12 the C,
M. & St. P. railway will sell excursion
tickets at one fare for round trip. Tickets
l D y l T- "
. . i i n . . : ' I.
iiroounniy fin irsma le&viui; iriiuuenpuii?
Jalv 12 to 15 inclusive. For the bentfit
of jhose whiog ti reium after July 15
arrangements will be made f;ir tie de
posit of tickets for safe keening, until
such lirce n parties ni wish to return,
but not later tbn Auc- '2C.
E. D VV.'Uolmes. Agent.
L.w Ba'.ea. Fonnh cf Jalv
The Chicago. R ck Island & Pacia
railway will sill tickets it tbe u-ul re
duced rates, for round trip excursion pnr-tie-,
for national bolidiy season.
See small bills or Bprlv to any ticket
aueLt of the GreSt R:ck Island R ute
system tor ra'es and limit of tickets.
E. St. John, Grn'l Manager,
Gen'l Tkt. & "ass. Act.
Fourth cf July Bate on the B. I. & p. Y'y.
Is a fare and" one-'hird for round trip.
Tickets to be sold July 3 aud 4: good for
return until and including July 0
Special train on Cable brir.ch July 4;
leaves Rock Island 8.15 a. m., arrives Ht
Cable at 9:30 a.m. Returnina. leave
Cable 6:30 p. m. R St CKnocsE.
Tot the annual meeting of the Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor,
which is to be held at Minneapolis on
July 9 to 12. tbe Burlington, Cedar
Rapids & Northern railway will mak" a
rate of one fare for tbe round trip. For
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fare, and full particulars, call on or ad
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