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Rock Island Daily ' Argu
XL, NO. 71.
K0CK ISLAND, SATURDAY, JANUABY 1G, 1892.
Bin gin Cnplrg 5 Cents
Per Week 18 CenU
To tiik Hon. Sockless Simpson,
Washington, D. C.
Or Whom it May Concern:
i ' i . . i y vyijv
Soft warm fleecy full regular made finest
lambs wool hose, have never sold under, and! are
splendid value at 50 cents now 23 cents at the
London. Sixty dozen is all there is, and to give all
a chance, quantity is limited to six pair 1-2 a dozen
to each purchaser.
I -ess- than 1-2 price.
D1CKEXS OF A. TIME.
Boutelle Keeps the Statesmen
in a Roar.
HIS WITTY SPEECH IN THE HOUSE.
(harclT Sketches Drawn I'roin the
Immortal llickcns Hot Iieboy Hall
anil Mr. Sqiirrril Mntleto lo llnty for
II timorous Comparison dimming anil
Knloe ;! in Nome, Meat Itetorts A
Hilarious Day for the Members Hoi
loan's Kesoluiions Adopted lei ks for
"Wasiiini.tivn. Jan. Hi. The Holman res
olutions passed t fie house yesterday exact
ly .-is they were in trot need, Iolni;iii stat
ing that, upon consideration lie t- u M not
improve them; th;it thescoinl parugraj h
c ivcivd everything that was ncici!-.,.
Upon motion the division w as taken on
each ro-olutio-! separately. The fiiM ro-o-Iulionisas
follows, an. I was adopted l.
yens, 7; nays. 4":
liosolvcd. Trial iv. tin- judgment of this In,);. .
tile granting of subsidies or ImaMies by eai -press
in money, public binds, boniR or "by in-ilorseiiK-ni.
i.r !.y pledge of tire public credit,
to promote special privatj Industries or em.-
prises l cm iKira! i.ms.mdt 'pendent of th- (ii.
tion of the eon rttit-onul iinwi-rnfcnnirn--- i i
make mk-U grants, is unjust mid imiolitie and
in manifest i-4inllict wilhtho spirit of our n -publican
institutions as it di'rci tly tend- !
create ati'l foster the wealth of favored cla-s.s
at the exleue .if the whole peoplo, wlio he:
tlie Imr.iens ot government, ami manifest i
furnishes undue facilities for the etilargeii..nl
or great private estates, a poli y whifc a gov
ernment, of thr- people cannot jitstly or mi, -encourage
by any torm of favoritism, in Ic-i
only sis of I lie e.
The negative Vote was conliiit-. to Ko
piiblicnns ami the following l.'opiihlii n n-voii-il
v ii Ii i he licmocr.its I'm- tin- re-olu-lion:
IScrge::. Hvoderick, 'lark of YVvom
ing. Curtiss. Cutting. Poan. Po'.livi;-,
I'iilk, Vlllist . iii(!TsO of I,,W ;. II.- I-
ilci-soii of 1 1 1 i 1 1 . i . Shermn-i. Hit-, l!u';!.
Johnson ot Indiana, .loiiiis. n ot N'.-i-t':
P.'.ko!.!. .lolley. Ketih.-itu. l.iu.l. I.:..-.;.
Perkins. Picklev, Post, P..vv,--. Ua ,,, .
I.'oy, shouk. Vim-cnl. ,. Tu l.,r. Wmn. . j
AVilsoll of Washington. 'J'iie IV. - j
party ri pr, -.ii.tal i-s siip..rie.l the r. - j
Ilestlntinn Niimlicr Ttvo.
Tin- s-i'iiinl l-coliit ion was turn i! to !
yeas, ir.l: nays. ..:(. ; follow-:
Ki'S ilv.-il. ht of ll:t-'pr.-. rtt eonrlit of
tlie tre:i.-iii -. an-! hi-aus- i ti-.i i.-nt a;i.l hone
Covermili lit can only he assiirerl 1-y the ti ; - 1
cxpenaiture oi tl- p;,l.:i.- niom-y. uhile e .
noees;,ry io.il lavish et-i.!.t i;re. nn.t. r a;.;,
anil all romiitions l.-.nl :n, vitably to venal :: I
corrupt mitiio-ls in j.uhli.- atlairs no ne-n v
ouelit to be npnropi'iaio.1 by conL-n-s m n; t'..
public treasury yei-pt -in-h as is niani'i : v
necessary to carry on the several depart mei.;.
fnjijiilly, cOii icntly and honestly admiui-r. ii-l.
l-mM'rals ottiiK Nay.
On jlkisvotc tlui Denioi rat.sdivi.li.-il. tin
followfno; votintr with tlie ept;il;c,i n
against, the resolution: Aniiriiinn. Kelt
shoovcr. :ishticl, ('liipnian, CooliilLr..
Crosby, llixon. Knuii-h. toary, ( iille-pic.
Hsrter. Haines. Hoar, lloul. of Ohio. I,ap
Iiarn, Lym h, Mitchell, New berry. Owi
Potter. Heilly. stout, Tracy. Vi-ilil..c(-: .
Williams of Massachusetts. The 1'eople'
party representative- also .liviileil. (."lovi r.
Kerns, .McKTiitrhan anil S-mpsou voting
for the resolution .ind Davis, Ialvoi--i ii
anil ; is nuain-t it.
Ilontelle AftnekH Itie I lent oe rricy .
The re-nU was not rea, heil Ultimo!
soniel hint' to keep the house awake. JI .1
Innn iv.is plii-il iit!i ijue-aions ,-istowha'
Woillil !n-cut oui b I he sect . ml rcsolul ioii.
ntnl w bet her f ho W orld's f.iir jipproj-.i-.a-tiou
was involved in ruin. He made no p. -ply.
Jiul the feature if the day on t l.N
nui-stiou wes the speech of Koiitt l'e of
-Maine. 1 lie speech was made din ing 1 lie
discussion of a report jrjviti ' eaeli r h.;;: -
nian nt conimi! iee a secret a! y. there b:-ii:-
a minority it port in opposition tln-p:-..
Ho lit -He said: "Mr. Speaki-r: What a
eomieai oui huniiHit' tlie Democrat n- party
is. ll.auul.it-r. i :ir aficr vear. c..n-
trress a.'ier cnurcss. t M. sunc old s..u-.
tin- same old lane on tin- same siiin.
I-tiithler.j I stood here est ci-day and
looked at thai remarkable sp(.(t;1,h. pn -
si-nicd on t iic oi her side of 1 hi hall w he::
the t'enl ic'r..ni from Jndiaiia lloliuatij.
the l;s- .-.i-islie.l chairman of 1 1. com
inill.ee oa aiiroin-ia! ions, s'nuil up. airi
while tie- brethren t'a'hcred round him.
administered to them in alh-pai l-.ic r!n- -s
the medicine of retrenchment- and reform.
A s-ccne l'rom llotbtieoy's Hall.
"There was somel him; so familiar about
tlie groiipiut; I hat I ttieil to recall when it
was that I had seen or beard of someth;::
of that kind bclore. T."inaliy it all c.iom
back to toe, ii was history repealing iisi-l!;
indttns remarkable! episode was .sin:pl n
repr.nl net ion of tin- prophesy of I)i kens
atld t he pieleli- ot ( 'r!i;ksl.l!lk when they
depicted, the one in description, t he otiur
with his pencil, t h. it famous scene w he-e
Mrs. tTueers pat here-.l tin- boys around
her nt llothebov's hall and administered
to them with a Ions spoon their doses o!
brimsione and treacle . ivl :. :i. i.mei.i ,-!..;
reform) for the purpose ui lueakiiis; do-. :i
their n; u tiles and saving provisions.
Iuuhbtcr. I 1 knew ymi w nuld recoiMii.'.c
tiie picture, and the only feel in ji of im laii
cboly I ha ve in connect ion w ilU it is t in
flict that Dickens died In-fore, seeing the
realisation of hi-.iream.
DRAWS ON DICKENS SOME MORE.
l.ttugliRl.lc I'oke al .li-ral V bcclei
.overnor Hill ot pareil.
'Oh, yes, it was all according to p:o
(.'ramine, all familiar, even v hen our friend
Mr. PiH-ksnitT arose and, wit h taffy in one
hand and amendment in the other, under
took to forward the (treat on-movine car if
retrenchment and reform. And then nuroi.i
friend. Hev. Sy. Chadbrand of Keiilncky.
comec iu witli 'Uless you, my chilrlreu."
aud pronounces the benediction. Il.aui.
ter. There was our volatile lrieml lroiu
Alabama ietieral V!.e ler, a (join ! -man
who always leaps upon the back ot t he
(nvat qne-t ions of debate to 'ride the whirl
wind anil direct the storm' with an impet
uosity which reminds one of the maimer
in which an advocate of the Darwinian
theory would ride upon the trick elepiini.i
in a circus. 1 jiuphur.J
Afraid rMimetliing II an llroken.
'He reminded me of one of those modern
patent dolls of Kdison"s with a phomr
(:rapu inside. Those of you who have rn-r
practice! with that instrument may re
member that sometimes an imperfect cj 1
inder is shoved into the macliine
to that f;-o:;i the full diatia.-on
of a nrass oanil yott run down
lo a feeble squawk when the dia
phragm needles net out irif the groove.
ll.aii(.ht'r. From the way the gentle
man starte! anil the way he entleil I was
Rfrnid something h.-nl broken inside of
him. lliOiid l:ii(;hii-r. The loft-inus. of
his aerial flight and the suddenness of his
descent reminded me of the excuse the
Irishman made for lieing Ixnvloged, when
he said he went up in a balloon once ari l
walked back. Laughter.)
Took a Little Fly nt. Mockery.
'"Then ti.s'f: was our distinguish!- ;
friend from .V-souri (Dockery), a gentli--mnn
who is haunted all the time by t.e
nightmare of apprehension that he is too
good looking to be taken for a Democrat
llaughterj, and who, therefore, feels
obliged to enter a protest on nil possible
Occasions to keep up the assurance of his
party ortliodoxy. l-'rom the expression of
countenance that he adopts on such ocr.-v
sions, and that pained tone, that exceed
ingly distressing subject that he attaches
to bis oratorical elVorts, I cannot help
thinking that making a Democratic
speech actually goes against his system.
One for tlie ";reat Objector."
"And In hind all this t he stage manager,
the gentleman from Indiana, undertakim;
to start the. reform exhibition by protesta
tion to the people in advance; trying the
old game of throwing out a cloud of proc
lamation without regard to M-rf.irm-ances
to succeed them; proposing to deal
with this (rreat nation and its iiliniitaln.
responsibilities iunl destinies as though it
w ere a nickcl-in-t he-slot machine, and even
t hen trying to heat, the machine by drop
ping a bogus nickel in the slot." ;r-.-at
laughter and applause nu the Kepublican
Mrs. I'limi-r's AllcKeil Keinark.
lioulclle t hen said that amid all I his pro-ti-statiou
of reform, retrenchment, etc.. in
Had only come across one patriotic it-mark
from a Democratic source, and that was
made by Mrs. (iovernor Flow er, of New
York, w het she declared that for relilt it.g
the exi'i-iitivi- residence, w hich was boil ,
n.-cded. she could leiy ail sue wanted in
New ..rk of Amei i.-an manufacture, and
i nat a foreign brand on an article did not
menu to her I hat il was better t han eo.i.'d
be obi a ine.i at home.
Takes a Turn at Ian i-rimi- Hill.
D'-sci ibing 1 he condition of the exis.u
t :Ve mansion Uuuti lie rei'eiied to it as one
providisl by a ' irofli-ati ' l. ti-l.-ilure to
enable the gov. rnor to live in a stale of
what Some of the gentlemen here today
would call ostentatious allbii'iiee.-' M;.
Flower h;id. the seaker said, found lemon
SfUee.ers galore, bin a deficit of napkins:
i -igar slumps in the sugar bow l and poker
chips in 1 he state prayer book, while si e
was obliged "to pull down the lithographs
arid r-hromos (, opera boulTe actresses and
burlesriue opt r.i (iaiiccp- in order to re.lis
i lose the historic, features of De Witt
I linton, Samuel . I. Til.lt n and the other
sages anil state-men of the Kmpire state."
CUMMINGS ADDS A FISCAL MORAL
And l.nloe 1 akes A not her A ppl icat ion of
Hie Sqnei-rs Moi-j.
Cummings of New York desirisl to add a
moral to lioutolle's spit-ch, tn the i fTec:
t hat during I he two Democrat ie adminis
trations of New York to which the gentle
man from Maine hail referred, the stale
debt hail lieen reduced $r."K',otn ami at
the i lose there was s.t.Oiiii.ootl in thetn-.-is
tiry, a treasury which was empty when
( li-vi land wen; intootbec. ApplaUsc
1-irdott of Tennessee repiitsl to Doutclie in
a vigorous 1 en -mi nut c spc(.( h. lie said t he
spcctatle of jestir-lay which bad so
aroused that t-ent lem.nfs laughler had
been far iH-tter enjoyed by himself than
t he spectacle of tv.t.he months ago w'nei
represt-ntat i es of t he people v, ere man lie ":
0- it of th. ir s(.:1t ip j his house by order ot
t he gentleman titeit r general parliament
al y law .
Mr-, stjfc-rs Hail toTake Trrar It-,
ljeferring to ! he S-jiti-i-rs :ncide-it I-in'oe
said that if 1 he genii. -man iiod pursued
the story a lit I lo farl In r he would ) avc
lead that t he buy s tcbelicd against the ad
ministration ;.i.d compelled Mrs. Sijr.t-t is
to take sulphur anil treacle out of the
V. oodell -pool,. The peopir : :ive rolioi'.-d
Ii gainst the Ib-t-tlMican par: andtherip
resent a! i es oi t hr.t party l-ad today taki t:
trerule at t. 'bands of il- Deliioi rat i.
1- epresf nt.-it iv.-s w ho have i. row - h-d over t he
nisi.- si-p.-ira: lag t in- part :es in oruer to jo,:
ltiim.tr from a N. w ork Man.
(i.ntinning the dis iission. ('umming
of New Yoik made unotbt r l.iugh.ibie
speech. Ic referred to tlie re-election of
Kiisst H a- governor of Massachusetts, and
said fine of the results thereof was mi in
t est igat ion of t In- "swearing'' system, pro
ceeding a- follows: 'Possibly lhie nre
gent lem. tl ot! i '..e tl'-or l f this holle who
do pot time-i-; an.; t he -weaiing sjytetn.
but there is t.o tailor, no t. iler, man or
w on:;iu. employed ill t la- i lo! hing business
w ho d' ie- no: untief-tatid it. It is tin: giv
ing out of tin- n.ak'u.g ol cioaks, drcsso
io;d all k -tiiis of wearing nppan-1 to a mill
(ileman. w ho distributes tlie work among
the w oi k ingmeu and women, and roiniel
t hem t o furnish t heir ow n threat and but
Too Hard on the Com in it tees.
"Now, Mr. SHaker. 1 protest against
this house of representative acting as a
middleman ;.tnl upholding, the sweating
system. Yit of "(Joml. good." ami ap
platise You were sent lit re by the peo
ple to do their work. If you farm it out !
your commit i ees forlieavt ti sake don't a-i,
those coinmitte.-s to fiud their ow n ihtta :
and buttons. 'Laughter and applause.!
Other h. uses of congress in years goia
by have carri.-d out 1 1ns ecotu niical pnnci
pie by repealing the franl ing privilege am;
w hatisttieresi.lt!' There is not a man in
this house who does not pa;.- out
'f his own pocket from .Vi cents to $!.:.
daily for postage. "That's so.r j For
what ? For bis ,w;i busiriesi :- No: but
for tin- business rf Ids const it nettt
"That's so. t ha' right" and applause, j
Ought to llaut- a Clerk.
"Now. sir. if i here is ;i commit tee i.f t hi
house t litii ought to have a c!.-rk, provi.it
the commit!! e tlo. s its duty, it is the very
one to which t h- gentleman from Ken
tucky referred the committee on veutil.i
tion and a; on-! i's. liughtf-r. ) lte'ltl.e
new members i f tin- house that the lo-ig--r
they are here, ti.'- men- spin tie- they Iu-.ti
and make in t ! hall. 1 he m ire t honeigh'y
will they Ik- co :inetd that if one clerk, or
two clerks, or t hi clerks w ill serve to si ir
up the eiiinmit.ee mi vent ilat ion and
acoustics to do its duty the more they will
be com ini od that the appropriation is an
extremely good investment." I laughter. J
Adopted the Majority Report.
The previous quest ion was then moved
anil carried, w hich moved Heed to remark
"That cuts off debate. Then we will have
to go to our own state to express the senti
ments of free American citizens." The
majority rejiort was defeated, enough
Democrats voting against it to Wat ft
without the aid of the Hi-publicans, and
the majority report was adopted by a viva
Tlie I'l'iiieess .ln.t,
London. .Ian. M.- Tht Princess May was
tvcll enough jesterday o answer a tele
from tin-people of Ken-ingum. She saiil
in her reply that all In r family were deep
ly touched by t. ie universal and tender
sympathy shown by lhe people in the af
fliction that had come upon them.
The Canadian parliament will meW,
The grip has turned white the hair of
John liuiton, of Five Point u, o.
John L. Sullivan, after recovering from
n lienstly drunk at Tacoina, has again
signed the pledge.
There are over oOo.OiHl acres of irrigated
html in Montana, and the annual return
per acre is $liil.
.T. .1. Nicholson x: Sons, bankers, of Hal
timore. have made an assignment. Jja
bilit ies may reach .s.V.'i.iHti.
'l he pr'itt. - of P '''!'. ? 'dosi... Dnden,
and ot her cit i'-s of tierman have di-cidcd
to declare I he st l ike oil .
In the Ohio house of representatives a
bill was introduced to confer upon woman
the right to oie al school elections.
McConaha, t lie crank who gave Judge
(ti-esham so miicii trouble the other day at
Chicago, has been sent to the insane asy
lum. Nearly It v. I leui.Hia'. s ;Y,.m Minneapolis
and St. Paul p.-is-ed through Chicago en
route to Wa -lung-ton. ih ad sun-that they
would get the Democratic nationalr-onvi n
tiou for l au'i.
Henry Covin. i. a negro, was hanged by a
mull at ( lio. I. O . for the murder of .Mi--.
Horner, a w 1; t.v w id "w . whose daught er
he wounded -eft. 'i'-l' .
Twenty-seven eats wi re w recked a short
distance i-o-i of liaiiibridge, O., and the
engineer. W. XV. Cochran, is missing.
J Larry Hu-e. liven. an. was killed.
The P.ib-i i'-i'ik, of which Senator Siiw
Vi'i' and 'apt ain Frtiieric!-; Pab-t nreihe
principal stockiiol'li-rs. has Ien organize 1
H! Mtiwa.ikee w it li a capital of fl.ooo.n 0.
tun Ann. Jan. l.V
Following w. re th" ipiotations on tin- lm.tr I
of trad.- i..tia: Wheat- -Janua ry, ' oin'iasi
Sal-s. i-losei s.-e; February. opeu.:l st'-'s '.
closed s.'!V : May. oetusl to'nc closed te'
Corn -.taniuiry. opened and ch.si-.l H-t . re t
ruary. opened and eloscsl ::i.g May, opeuo-l
ud closett 41 'j,--. Oats-January, open.-d and
dostsi o-.i r'ehruary . oj-enetl aud cl'tseil
- ; May, oicied iiti.1 closed tut-. ltn-. -.'anuar;.
oi-m.t jll - l, closed Jll.iITi,: May.
opened $11. .Vt, cUw-i ll.tui ljiid-.la nt
nry. opened il..1!!. closed ?ii liU.
Live sttH-k Prices at the I inoa st.K-k yards
today ranged a- follow-: Hogs- Mat k -i
rather active on pa. kiatf anil shipping ac
count, prte.-s steady at lhe late dec.iiie of
T.iiirsilay ; sales ranged at $ti.iV.r!t '.t.i pi. t.
S-i7ilr4.il light. ?. ( s,., t.i ronch pack lag.
$-fV( t.I.'t mixed, and "o; t.i'i heavy .n
and shipping lots.
Cattle- Market fairly active on local and
shipping a i .1'-.:. g-id prii i s without eh.-iie e;
notation- rang -.1 at S! iv. -.'..tvi i hoi. e to . - -tva
slii.j-,:i! j -Ti er-. i.tr.-tM ir.M.I to i a-
do, $!iiv.i -i.'-' fair to g.K. I. g;.'.i i,!..yi conn
to lae tium do. sa.: i.,, : tin hut hers' ste
'J St.. '-'.; j ftoekers. $; .ortt.'J i Texas is
$.;.iii',..tsi"i i..d.rs, $1 im.j.s.1 .-... $.vi
::.. ui bulls ami '.' .u".";.: i'..-'t veal calves.
SheepMaiket fairly a.-iive aud pries in
changed: nil .latiatis rntig. d at S.kio-t-..
westoins, si.;;., a.iai nr.iivt-s. and $t..Vv-ti.'i
:0c r 11.;
Fain y separator.
fan y lre-'i. :iJi- pa K
lo-l-. Kggs Fresh i an
(lied, lo.-s otf. t.'-J ;i.-i!iv;; iee-hons': st K-k, l'i r,
17c. 1 Ire-s. d ii.it. iii y Si.r.r.g chickens, p .or
Satlt-ptT lit! goisl to choice. !!' J.V-; line's- ,s.t
lie; tee--. .. hit ; tt-.rs.evs. chu'ae. Hi ;
gocsi. 1-.I-, I"'.-; pour, s !h-. potatoes H.-h
runs, :i oPe tier l,n: iiuritauks, Ui -di-V; la.s.
for s.-,sl: 1'in-i, ,.)i..:r, for m-v i: e.-.in
luori tc- j.o..r niied lot-, go "'-. Swim : s(
tatoes. lliiuo:.. $T .".i.'.:.'.gi t.e,- Mil. Ap;.':. s -Couunon.
?l.'.."t 1 1 ."ill --v hl.l: g..od. si. "a: fan.
f .Ot'. ( ranb. rra 1'ape ('..d. J'i.'iU.-T.oi p, i
iiiil; Jeleys. ..'.. M : li.Ul.
New oi k.
Nnv Youk. .tan. h".
Wheat No t' rtd w inter cash, $1. Ml' ,: .iaii
tary, ".i!":..-: February, sl.o.,; March. $l.i'l'j
May. $l.nl'-.. I '..i n -No. f inix-d . a-1
liT-i' : January. .Vi:Mt ; F.-'emary. laV: Mar.. I.
4'-':k'-; May. Itu...-. (U,s (Ju.it bit st a y
No. 2 mixi'l .-asli, wi.-; Jannnrt, l;
- Steady wit'h siort itiii-airy. P-.triey
witii slow iia,mry. I'urs-'-i'aiy; nn-s. -ralii.Ta.
I.srl .stt-d.lv; l e.nttif.-, 4(,.ii. V.;.r
Live St-M-k: Cattle - Market duli. a-.d
tr.-iile- sold ai a oei-line of Jua IV' per 1 f I
j.. Kirc-t t- ;.w-s' native st.t is. $4.1". : 4
1- lbs.; bull- a.-.i thy ,-ows, $-.' y-'i-fle. slurp
and latn'os -1: : t p -1 ea'ly : i.unhs tinu and 're
per ih. higie r: s'tiei-p. st ' t ti..-r I'll lbs; iaii.lr-,
( u." j 7. -a. Ho . Noiuiitiiut.ly. higher: l:v
I-.a. ;4.1 i t 4". ; er Pl it.-.
IS ON TOP
I XI , r. . . 4. r
Co?ts !eslh?.n HeJf
p?33XC3 mudi .belter
than Uie ever-priced and
ever-" er.6orztd" kinds.
Judgo for yourself.
Ir Cans. At your Grocer's
it J -," .-.'t:p'-,;w.'wl1wL