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Rocel Island Daily Argus.
? VOL, XL. NO. 189.
ROCK ISLAXD, FIUDAY, JUNE 3, 1892.
I Stogl Copies 5 Cnt
D.) UTaaW 10U sTia,
LEO WILL EXHIBIT.
The Pope Will Do an Unprece
VATICAN TEEASUEES AT THE FAIE.
STRIKE RESULTS IN RIOT.
T-o Workmen Shot and Further Trouble
Calumet, Mich., June 4. The Osceola
strike resulted in bloodshed and riot. It
was reported during yesterday afternoon
that the strikers would prevent the night
shift miners from going down. At 7
o'clock last night the miners arrived from
the changine-house to go underground,
out me strikers warned them not to at-
Jack-' tempt, to go down. The strikers were
armed with steel drills and iron bolts.
A Collection Unequalled by Those of the
Whole World to lie Drawn Upon to
Delight and Interest Visitor to
aon Park Next Year-- rrlrclnu TVrV
of Art and Vertn to Be Sent Over An Argument Kn.ls In a Row.
Kropp to Send a Regular " Swamp e m,nr en a
An , I llt ensued with John Huntley, who got
I away unhurt. Superintendent Daniel
Chicago, June 4. For the first time in tRln went to the engine house and got out
he world's history treasures of art and I tllp hose al,d assisted by Captain Edwards
literature from the Vatican of Rome are to RuJ "roby and., twluif'. appeared on
be sent into a foreign country for exhiLi- P,' IZt' fifty high' Asn
t, - ,-V,, , ; . i as tue trammers saw them thev beiran
t.on Pope Loe XIII ha, determined to throwing lareo gtoncsand
Send an niiTinrtjii.f ..vl,,!.; t --i.i'.i : t.,... v..- i f "
. 7 1 ..I ..v. n. ..u,iUO,UTO uui ine stream was too powerful
fuir. The news of this decision, wln.llv
without precedent in the history of the
church, came to Chicago in the shape of
a cablegram addressed to W. J. Ouahan,
which stated that the pope would exhibit
and requested Ouahan to "engage space
Credited to Archbishop Ireland.
It is largely, probably, to the interest
taken in the matter by Archbishop Ire
land that the pope has concluded to ex
hibit. The archbishop has succeeded in
impressing the pope with the propriety of
making the exhibit for which Thomas B.
liryan and Mrs. Potter Palmer so earn-
erlv TiraVf.1 Ilia cm imhliwtinnTm.
land, according to Mr. Bryan and others
iuuuuni iiu luc iuuors oi me last lew
months, could not have taken a greater
interest in the exposition had he been a
memberof the committee sent to Rome.
His zeal has been unflacging and to him
must be largely credited the honor.
Pleases the Fair Directors.
The fair directors are enthusiastic in
their gratitude to the holy father. Viewed
from a commercial point it is said that no
single exhibit thus far given is so valu
able. The attention of Roman Catholics
throughout the United States will be at
tracted to this exhibit, as will that of
church-goers and students of ancient his
tory of all faiths. The space to be allotted
for the display from the Vatican will
probably be in the art palace. How large
it will be is not as yet known.
Will be a Priceless Collection.
The importance of the display of price
less objects to be sent from the palace on
the banks of the Tiber can be judged by
reading the history of the mighty oile of
buildings which form the Vatican. The
Vatican palace is the largest in the world.
The best authorities declare it to-have
been founded about 300 A. D. by Pope
ytumachus, and to have been at one
time the residence of Charlemagne.
Stored with Works of Art.
In 1450 Nicholas V commenced th
great work of making it the noblest I
Dlilace on the face rif the irlr.l.o T),o lrvr.
- - - ' - ' - " " ' 1 " '
line of popes who followed him kept the
great object in view aud added to it until
the present day. The 4,4.-2 apartments in
the Vatican are stored with the finest ex
isting collection of marbles, bronzes, fres
coes. naintiuLTS. irems. and sirni.E Ti,o
grand librarv contains 24 (Khi "t;s X mrmrr
them are the earliest writings in existence.
I he genius of man for nearly twenty cen-
i unes is suowu.
and Daniel could
aud was thrown by the stream. t
Used a Revolver at Short Range.
Captain Edwards then pulled a revolver
and fired At the Ktrikpra nt hnt vanrra
j Anon Lichea was shot in the mouth, frac-
f tlirinrr iie iaw Ivinii arwl KMnl.;n . I :
O j " i.iin uicmiiiii nub 1119
teeth. Nick Yerdmitz was shot in the
head. Captain Edwards was badly bruised
while making his escape by stones thrown
by the strikers. The trouble will begin
WEALTH OF THE UNITED STATES.
A Heavy Increase Ter Capita Seems to
Washington-. June 4. The census nftinA
has issued a preliminary bulletin on the
appraised valuation of prdperty In the
ciuieu ouues in lS'.tO.for the decades ended
with 1800, 1570, andlSSO, and the estimated
true value of all property as follows:
alue of real and personal property as ap
praised ISfiO, 112,084,500,003; estimated
true valuation, $10,159,610,008; 1S70, $14.17S,
9S0.732. and &W.099 SIS .vr- iSn ir quo uoq .
543, and 443,642,000,000; lS'JO, appraised val
uation, 24,051,5S5,403; true value, not yet
True Value Probably S03.Oo6.6u6.660.
should it be found upon the completion
of the inquiry in relation to the true value
of all property in the United States that
the same relation exists in la) between
the appraised valuation and true valua
tion as existed in 1SS0, the absolute wealth
of the United States, according to the
!i;'enth census. may be estimated at
t03,04,000,oo0, or more than tl.Ooo per cap
ita, as against $514 per capita in lJoO, $71S
?ssoCap'ta iQ 1ST0, and sro lKr cawta in
Millionaire Dupont's Marriage.
Wilmixgtox, Del., June 4. A cable
gram received here announces the
marriage of the millionaire powder manu
facturer William Dupont and Mrs. Annie
R. Zinn in London- on Monday last. The
message created a stir here, as both the
bride and groom have only been recently
divorced from their wife and husband re
spectively. The bride comes from one of
the oldest and wealthiest families in the
state. It is thought that Mr. and Mrs.
Dupont will permanently reside in Lon
don. Argentine Wants to Ilore for Water.
Washington-, June 4. The bureau of
American republics is informed that ail
machinery used in boring artesian wells
will henceforth be admitted free of all
customs duties into the Argentine Republic
o uuge neurj .tiiiciieu i4irrieu lue uem
ocratic state convention at Tampa, Fla.,
by storm, aud was mini inated unanimous
ly for governor. He is an Alliance man
who opposes a third party.
LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
c'hicaoo, June 4.
Following were the quotations on the board
of trado today: Wheat June, opened
tCio. closed foe; July, opened ScSc, closed
Wl; t-eptember. opened 3;c, clo-ed tHJo
wim-June, openea uii closed 5oe; July,
opened 4 ?B -. lose.1 50c; f-ciitember. opened
4S -, close t -iac Oats Juno, opened M?ic,
closed yj;-; July, opened : lJ,o, closed Sic;
Sentem'.cr. oiiened nsv.r. r1o.i 317. iwlr
j Wune, opeEod $10,u, cosel $10.70; July,
openeS tUUUii cloted J1O.70; Se.tembrr,
' opened 56.56, ilosed 'fi1. '
Liye ctocki rrlces it the Union Stock
yanU today ranged as follows: Hogs Market
opened ncak Cnd shaOe lower but closed
firm at yesterday's prices; snles ranged at
83.f0S4.6i piea Jl.4.l4.85 light, $4.;)(a4.55
rouKh racking, S-4.roa4.8j mixed, J4.80a4.05
heavy packing and shiimine lots.
I Cattle Market active; prices were steady;
t quotations ranged at $4.3034.80 choice
j to extra shipping steers, $3.9i34.30 good to
choice do, $i.7034.10 fair to gool, $3.4033.80
common to medium dn. S:i..-)iir,T a 70 hnt. h.r.
New York Snn
A BIG GUN FROM KRUPP.
He Wi'J Exhibit a Monster Weighing
The Chicago resident imnerial consul
general of Germany. Herr Huensrh. hn
notified Lieutenant Baker, of the depart
ment of transportation that four repre
sentatives of the famous Krunn manu
factory will arrive here shortly to arrange
ior tne exnioit oi the celebrated gun
maker Tvmnn nlinA itrmu.tiL;i. u'nL-a
at Essen, Germany.
A Essen Pocket Pistol.
In the exhibit will be shown a monster
eun weichinr 130 tons. A shin iu nw
being specially prepared to carry it. and
- 1 i 1 i . r . . .
t uruuguiirom uermany witn
whi:h to transnort the pun fnm Vuir
York to Chicago, as there are no cars in
America strong enough to take it. The
Krunn renresentativps nftur nrrivinir in
1 i ... .-., . l
New York, will confer with officials of the
Pennsylvania railroad and come on direct
World's Fair Notes.
Treasurer Seebertrer has about t2.000.000
on hand yet.
The Trans-Continental Traffic associa
tion will bring exhibits to the fair at half
rates and return them at the same figure.
A New York man proposes to construct
an automaton of Columbus which can
deliver a speech of 1.000 words and says it
will cost about fo.ooo.
It is estimated that the south will nnjn4
$2,000,000 on its exhibit.
Some scoundrels .r wnrlriner t.hrrturrli
the western states guaranteeing positions
in me vv oriu 8 uoiumbian guards to all
who will pay a $6 bonus.
Tess work was rinnc nn t.b fair sit a inn
ing May than during any month since it
was begun, although over 6.000 men wern
empioveu. uaa weainer.
Chauncey M. Depew Thursday
selected . a site for the New York
building in the fair grounds. It is
nearly in the center of the plot set apart
for state buildings.
SERIOUS RAILWAY WRECK.
One Man Killed and Another Fatally
Colchester, 111., June 4. A serious
railroad wreck took place about half a
mile west of Colchester at 6 o'clock last
night, by which one man was killed and
several injured, as follows: The
killed are: William Peck, laborer,
ioicnester. The injured: w. & Al
len, Camp Point, back sprained and
knee fractured; Gus Chelgren. Altona,
fatally injured internally; D. Drideu, lab
orer, badly bruised; Albert Johnson,
brakeman. Galeeburg, severely bruised
about the body; A. Maraden, laborer, in
ternally injured. A coal train was switch
ing on a sidetrack when it ran into a con
struction train on the main line.
Silver Reach 89.
Washington, Jane 4. The traaanry d -partment
yesterday purchased 4130,000
ounces of silver at Irom $0.8885 to $0.89 per
Scheme Adopted by the
London, June 4. The news that the
New York Sun has inaugurated the plan
of copyrighting its entire issue has reach-
eu r leet street, and is arousing no end of
discussion among newspaper people. It
would not be possible here, under the ex
isting laws of copyright, to follow The
Sun's example, much as some journals
might wih to do so. An actual copy of
the matter desired to be protected must
according to the present law, be re-is
tered at Stationers Hall before the copy
right becomes effective, and as that oflice
does not open until 10 o'clock in the morn
ing no morning paper could secure the
benefit of the law. The decree of success
attained by The Sun in its effort t
itself from news "pirates" will be noted
with interest here, aud if the result is en
couraging some change in the British
copyright law may be demanded on behalf
of the newspapers which would chiefly
benefit from similar protection.
The winery belonirinc to Thnmia T.r-
Harris, near Santa Rosa, Cal., was de
stroyed by fire.the loss amounting to about
It is now estimated that 400 lives were
lost in the recent mine disaster at Przi
The Arkansas river steamer John Mat
thews ran into the pier of a bridge near
Van Bureu, Ark., and sank. The pilot
and several of the crew are reported to
have been lost.
The battle ship Texas, onder construc
tion at the Norfolk navy yard, will be
launched June 28.
JohnYalmer, commander-in chief of the
Grand Army of the Republic, wants the
date of the dedication of the Columbian ex
position changed from Oct. 13, for which
it has been set, to Oct. 21, so that it may
correspond with the actual date of the
discovery of America' by Columbus.
The Grady hospital at Atlanta, Ga.. en-
aowed and named in honor of the late
lienry w . Grady, has been opened to the
Colonel William B. Remey, judge advo
cate general of the navy, has been found
insane and committed to the government
hospital at Washington.
Within the Farmers' Alliance in Geor
gia there is a regularly organized circle,
the purpose of which is to dictate the po
litical course of the society and which is
called "Gideon's Band." The existence of
this clique has become known through
the statement of one of its member, Rev.
J. T. Vernon.
Sixty -seven cities in the Unite d States
report for one week bank clearings to the
aggregate amouut of $1,019,405,873, of
which all except $431,590,728 was reported
by New York.
C. B. Carter, of Chicago, was the lowest
bidder for the excavation, stone work
etc., of the Cedar Rapids, la., public build'
At Atoka, Ky., a 6-year-old colored girll
killed her 18 months-old uistxr hi tnw.
I ing ber brains out with a Dieoe of stove
In twelve hours at Detroit 8.44 inches of
rain fell, flooding cellars all over the city.
Ouuide the city farms were inundated in
At AshtabulatO.,a swinging coal bucket
struck Captain Woods, of the schooner
Redwing, fracturing his skull. As he fell
to the deck three of his ribs were broken
He will probably die.
David Jones, aged 90, at Mansfield, O.,
married Bertha Beam, it having become
Terr necessary. The futnn ,,r ihi...
pling, however, was in the fact that young
pvuo uiuuici uieu wvif on in morning
steers, $ioV33.3'J stockers. fZto&lM Texas,
steers. S3.4iil.0u feed-rs. Jl.rOJ13.60 cows.
i0 hillla and 2.ajSS r-nl Tlimm
Sbeep-Market fairly active and prices
nrm; quotations ranted St". $4.90&8.00 west
erns, $4.700.41) natives, and $-5.3025.50
Texas, and Sj.6V37.tW lambs. - 35
I'roduce: Bsttcr Fancy separator, 1718o
per lb; fine creameries, lsaiflc: dairies,
fancy, fresh, HJilii-.; No. 1 dairies 14315c;
pavking stOL-k, fresh, lc. Eggs 15ai5!o
per doz., loss off. Live poultry Chickens,
12c per lb; spring, ISiiJc; roosters, flc; ducks,
10 11c; turkeys, choice hens, 14c; young,
toms, 12&13c; old gubbl.TS, 103,11c; geese,
$3.00&5. M) per doz. I'litatoes-Burbanks. 5i(jJ
S per bu; H.-brons. 43&4o .. Ro iSyjc;
Peeriess, 4.'KtijJc; common to poor niixdti
lots, 35Cj,4'c. Strawberries Illinois. 50a
T.-.c per i4-qt case; Centralis, $1.0031 50 per
New York. June 3.
beat No. 2 rp 1 n-intor rncl, (wi. - t
I 1ec; July, U$fe. Corn Xo.2 mixed cah.
i fcc; June, 57c; July, KJAc; August, 54c.
vwj ,u. uiixi'u cau, oo,c; July, h7c; Au
ptist, 07i4c; Soptember, ;6c IJje In light
supply and firm at KilSSc for car lots and
boatloads. barley-Neglected. Pork Vuiet;
old mess, S.i&l11-"'. Lard Quiet; July,
$i.7i; Soptombor. Si4.
Livestock: Cattie-Tradinj very slow at a
reduction of Wc to oc per l jo lbs; poorest to
best native steers, $41.-J4.73 per 100 lbs:
bulk and dry cows Sl-tiOa-'.tia Sheep and
lambs-sheep quiet but steady; prime lambs
firm, but common stock very dull: sheen
$4.70(2,5.03 per HO lbs; lambs. $H.2,(&s.0O.
Boss Nominally steady; live hogs, $4.70(2,5.40
Ir 100 lbi
The Loral Markets.
, GRAIN, ETC.
Bran -s5c jer cwt,
Shipe-nfff 1.00 per cwt.
$o7ban,.$yiitoiai3: prfcirie loau: Cl0'"
Butter Fsirto choice, 16c: creamery, JS24
- . n 1-, 1U1 . iHWKCU, IOC.
Poultry Chickens, 0&UH ; tnrkeva,
docks, li4c: peese,10c. "
PKCIT AND VEOaTABLKS.
Apples $S.ii75 perbbl.
I ,!( o BrlhM ...... I r 1 ...
JSffi4Hc; cows and teifei, iii4S3c; calves
Hard 7 75.
Soft i Wa,i 30.
BIIEf, WOOL, SEEDS, ETC.
Hides, dry 4c per !b.
" green 3c per lb.
Grubby No. 2 3;
Green Salted pure No. 1, 4!4c.
Wool, unwai-bed. 18c
Lime, per bb', 75c.
Stucco, per bbl. ti 75.
Clover seed, per bn. $3 50.
Timothy, per bu. 1 50.
Common boards $16.
Juiet Scantline and timber. 14to 16 feet, $13.
Every additional foot in length 50 cents.
X A X SMnules $1 75.
Lath $2 50.
Fencir? 12 to 16 feet $18.
block board?, roufh f If
" " dreued$l7.
C. flooring $?.0
Flnicbiug Lumber. dressed$30d$4O.
For referring to a subject so nnosoal. bo
U may possess interest for some to know
Is sold for half the price of the other
kinds. I MOLD, we say if the quality
Was not what it should be, of course It
would not sell at ail.
Baking Powder Companies say Dotbtmr
of their exorbitant prices, but task on
tinniiy of -wt.ti tinalrsts, ate
let the sctentiata I
let practical m
Jodc for thesnsei va
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