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Rock Island Daily Argus.
wh, XL NO. 198.
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1892.
I Stasia Coplea S Cents
Her Week 12 Cents
Our sales for the : : :
LAST 10 DAYS
Confirms our opinion that the Tri-Cities
needed a first-class
When we bought the stock of the bankrupt firm
of Joseph & Leveen from the sheriff, we did not
like the stock which the defunct firm carried, but
we wanted the stand the building the finest cloth
ing building in the west.
We did not come here to get rich, only to get a
fair interest on our large capital invested.
We buv for
thus enabling us to buy cheapest.
We sell for SPOT CASH thus enabling you to
We have one price, treat all alike, refund the
money for the asking, and carry the best, the nicest,
THE NEWEST CLOTHING
which money and skill can procure.
The largest assortment in the Tri-Cities.
The finest line of Underwear.
The finest line of Straw Hats.
The finest line of Negligee Suits.
The finest line of Fancy Vests.
You can get anything in our Immense Clothing House that is kept by any
Their Eyes Turn Toward Their
THE MAECH THAT WAY BEGINNING
New Cork Men Making Estimates or the
First Ballot Purpose of the Anti
Snap Contingent One Illinois Delegate
Arrive Earl Dopes of tho Palmer
Boomers Kxpectlne; 100,000 Visitor
Republican Ratification. A Big Meet
ing at Chicago Political Field Notes.
NEW York, June 13. Norton Chase, del
egate to Chicago from the '-anti snap"
convention, who is one of the manager,
chosen for the campaign in the Windy
City in favor of the tariff reform cham
pion as against Senator Hill, said yester
day that in case the "anti snap" delega
tion found that Cleveland had sufficient
Votes outside of New York to nominate
the; would not apply for admission to (lie
convention as a contesting delegation,
preferring that there should be perfect
harmony as far as New York state is con
Oerned. If, however, they found that
Cleveland had a majority in the conven
tion but not the requisite number to nom
inate they would ::sk for admission as del
egates from New York.
Claims of the Hill People.
The Hill people claim that while Cleve
land will have the largest vote on the first
Join the procession Look, investigate the new firm.
house. Small, accordimr to this in farm a. I
tion, wants to run as the candidate of the
People's party on a platform which has a
prohibition plank in it. He is said to
have invaded the troubled field of politics
in that state with aproposition that he can
raise anions; In- Prohibition friends the
sum of (5,1 IX) to poi into the 'iylit. if the
Alli-i.c- will agree to the platform indi
cated and will nominate bin as their can-
Mt- 1. he succeeds In his scheme he
aid desire to be classified not as a Pro
tubitionisi but as an Alliance Diem her.
THEY WILL B AT CHICAGO.
The Democracy Preparing to Attend the
National ( oavetttlott.
Indianapolis, June 14. Indiana Demo
crats are preparing to attend the Chicago
convention in large numbers, and this
ciiy alone will send not less than 1,000
persons to take part in the lobby work of
the meeting. Chairman Taggart and the
state committea will go to Chicago Thurs
day. Many of the Indiana delegates will
go the same day, and those who do not
will go Friday. Saturday afternoon at 4
o'clock the Indiana deb gat ion will meet
in Chicago to organize and decide on what
il will do in the convention.
Yoorhecs to 1'ill the Chair.
It is understood that Senator Yoorhees
will be made chairman of the delegation
and Editor Morse, of the Sentinel, secre
tary. Sunday all the Indianapolis Demo
cratic clubs Hendricks, Gray, Cleveland,
German-American and Shields will leave
for the convention city. Tin- Indianapolis
people will occupy the Victoria hotel.
They have engaged the entire hotel and
expect to be comfortable. Many of the
Wouldn't Have Vol ed for Itlalne.
PlTTBBCBO, .June 14. The Loyal Orange
Institution is in session here. Grand Sec
retary MHligan, of Hoston, was asked:
"If James G Blaine had lieen nominated
for the presidency, would your members
have voted for him?" He replied: uWe
have 15.UO0 members in good standing in
the state of Massachusetts and more than
200,000 in the nation. I do not believe one
of these would have Voted fur him. Our
members also have sons relatives and
friends who are voters ami all told, prob
ably 500,000 votes would have been cast
against him. The cause is the animus
his wife and family have shown in this
High Morality In New Orleans.
NEW Opi.KANs, Tune 14. Frank Ken
nedy anil Louhm Muro were severely chas
tised here on Friday night for objectiona
ble intimacy. A party of twelve masked
men attired in white robes found the lov
ers under a tree, and taking them to a se
cluded spot fastened a roe around Ken
nedy's neck and suspended him
i froma branch of a tree. He was
I cut down and taken to the
railroad track with the admonition
never to return. The woman was then
soundly thrashed and taken to her ua
ele's dour and left.
ballot in the convention he will not have' J)eIUOCr'lts will go to the convention with
LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
llli'AOO. June 13.
Following were tho quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat June, opened
closed B.ic; July, opened 78c closed
794e; September, oiiene 1 SsTfe, closed 80c.
Corn June, opened 15c, closed July,
""" V , . I theavowed purpose of working for a combi- opened 14c, closed 46'...,. : September, opened
override the credentials natlon ticket o Cleveland and Gray, but eSJ J'1'- oats--June, opened c,
t or obtain the no.uina- the majority of the party do not believe SL.'"'- 'j? . T&gT
enough to either
tion, and aunt after the first ballot he will
steadily lose votes. The total number of
delegates chosen to the convention is 8t8,
and by the rules adopted two-thirds or
599, are necessary for a choice. The tables
Kiven by the two factions as to the sup
port they have already been assurred of
are extremely interesting when carefully
A Possible First Ballet,
One of the tables ives it this
Way on the first ballot: Cleveland,
35T; Hill, 222; Hoies, 37; Carlisle,
77; other candidates, Si; no preference,
60. Boies gets 6 from Nebraska and 'M
from Iowa, and 2 from the District of
Columbia. Washington will give to
Cher candidates 8, Illinois, IS and Indi
ana 30. Of the Democratic delegates in
the various States 856 have already been
chosen, and there remain 4'i to be se
lected. The Hill people claim that the
votes credited to Carlisle and to Hoies will
be turned over to them jsalMi will Illinois,
bow credited to Palmer, and Indiana's 20,
now given to Gray. They further claim
that the entire North and South Carolina
delegations will 1h for Mill.
A OilTevent set of Tie-ores.
that ( ' ie vein nl ' Twini i mm t ion i nt nil
MmSahl. .. . 1 iklllUIk.l3li
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RATIFICATION AT CHICAGO
The Auditorium tilled with Knthuslnstlc
CHICAGO, June 14 Kverybody of note
in the Republican local
present at a monster meeting held
night in the Auditorium
1 September, opened -7. closed yc, I'ork
June, opened 1 10.3), .-...sel HU.SKH; July,
opened il'J-'. closed tW5-4; September,
opened I10.8Q4 dosed $l.6;js. Lard-June,
opened $)."', closed $0 .35.
Live stock: Trices at the Union Stock
yards today ranged as follows: Hos Market
active and prices 5e lower on common lots,
good grades were steady; sales ranged at $4.00
4.7D pigs, S4.i5U 'i "0 light, $4 45ft 4 70 rough
body politic was Pacing. ...,..,, m xeo, uvuin neavy
. - t T.a.-L-itl 'in i I ii-ln7 liif
I Cattle Market
active and nrlraa steade-
to ratify the , qnotati ns ranged at $4.40,4.75 choice
nominations made bv the Republican con- to extra shipping steers, 4.'U,4.35 good to
vent ion at Minneapolis. Judue Thurston, choke do, 13.704.10 fair to goo I. kX40a3S
of Nebraska, and Governor MeKinley were .
the principal speakers.
Thurston Pleads for Time.
common to medium do, J;;.:io.i,.l.70 but'hers'
steers, $2.C4i.:l.;H stoeker- feel gam Texas,
steers, SAtn.i :1.!3 feelers. 51 .50 4:1.40 cons,
' . .1 7.-, hnlla Ml 1 Una S ! . ,!r
Judge Thurston pronounced an eloquent sheep -Market fail !v a live anl prices
eulovy on Blaine, but pledged himself to stealy; quotations ranged at $.754j5.7.5 west
the support of the nominees. "Hear with eras, f4.40 ; il. .'.- natives, anl $ ! 40 j,".l i
us yet a little," he said, "if we cannot in I Texas, and giflltM 75 lambs.
Produce: Butter Fancy separator. ITTMlc,
per lb: line creameries, I lie; dn:n's.
Another man, a delegate to Chicago
from the "regular" stale Democratic con-,
venlion, usually called by the anti-snap"
men the "mid-winter" convention held in
February gave the following result ofal
Canvass of the roll of states made by him-!
sell: C leveland. SS: Hill, 830; Palmer,
an hour transfer the boundless enthusi-j
whu ioi no- nanic upon our uearis 10 me
name upon our ticket."
MeKinley Talks Briefly.
Governor MeKinley eame late, and, as
he said, had his convention voice with
him. lie said that the convention at Min
neapolis made no mistake. He then talked
on protection a few moments and left.
Harrison's name was heartily applauded
every time it was mentioned, as was also
Many Statesman to Go to Chicago.
1 Washington, June 14 It is likely that
j nn unusually large number of Democratic
I numbers of the house will go to the Chi-
4s: Carlisle. X: Hoies. '6. These rc-ulls
are arrived at by splitting delegations, but ' convention. This will be due partly
it is believed that most of the states will ' to ll,e fiKt thai there is au unusual in
vote under the unit rule. If they do Mr. j teres in the nomination, and partly to
Hill's vote would be reduced to 21R and I tne lap8B Democratic majority iu the
C leveland's increased to 577. or within i house, which will permit of many ah-
twenty-two of the requisite number. In 1 "''iitecs without bringing business to a
this event either the vote of Kentucky, Kandatill. John I.. Mitchell, of Wiscon-
Iowa or Illinois would nominate the ex- chairman of the Democratic con
president, unless South Caiolina and Vir- gressional campaign committee, has in-
guua, wnone ueicgnies are ciaimeu to lie - " Y T u' . lambs- Sheon. active at lee. nav lb hi -her
equally divided, should cast their forty-1 ."" " 1 lambs, nrm; oonunon, dull and ve.ik; sheep.
two votes for Hill. cai going io suu coming irom v nicago, ' Jto i, , r lm 1'.; lambs. $0.'i-. s.r). Hogs
la::cy, fresh, l&ftlU ; o. 1 dairies. H ' IV;
peeking stock, fresh. He. Bags IV, 1.514c
per doz., loss off. Live poultry -lhi sens
Itc per lb; spring. Is U.c; roosters, :; decks,
lrtiijllc; turkeys, choice hens. 14e; yunag.
tonis. tiBOMa; old gobblers, In, die; geese,
$;.o?,.5.'si per doz. Potatoes - Bui Sank-. .571
I er bo; Hebrjas, 4:t 1,4.5 ; Hose. 45. ;
Peeruss, 47-jjiOc; common to poor mixed
lots. 3igl t. Strawberries - H.tnois. Bag
75c per -4-(t case; Centralis, si nj j, J per
Ni; York, dune l:l
! red winter cash, Mffo; July
"7?4c; September, use. Corn -
cali, 54c; June, &!' ; July,
ilifp. 0am Ko. 2 mixei
July. 34c; August, ;le; Sep-
l!ye Dull; western, nlssMlnTl
Barley negisetea. 1 ork Dull; aw mess,
$'.t.7-5(3.10..vi. lrd Quiet; Juh. $00, August,
Live stock! Cattle Trading active and
common to m-'dium grade natives sold at au
advance of 10c per UXJ ibs; oorest to best
native steers 5l.ii 5,1.71 per h0 lbs; Colorados,
$1: bulls and dry con s. $:! 403 3.5. Sheep and
Wheat No. :
fisa ; August,
No. 2 mixed
Sax & ElCE, Proprietors of
Underselling EVERYBODY on EVERYTHING.
Will Go Early l l.. Missionary Work.
ALBANY, X. Y.. dune 14. The regular
state delegat ion of Democrats to the Chi
cago convention, elected at the February
state convention, will leave for the west
on Thursday and the contesting delega
tion is booked to go on the same day,
Both delegations expect to do great mis-
glonarv worn among tne delegates as
sembling thus early.
BEfilNINNG TO GET THERE.
First Illinois Delegate Arrives at Chicago
CtllCAOO, June 14. Delegates to the'
convention arc ncginiiiug to tramp up out
of the green grass of Illinois. Sherwood
Dixon, of Dixon, down In lee county, aj
m legale irom 1110 severon uisiricr, was
the lirst to land. H
and was at the Sherman house. Sherwood
Dixon in the lawyer who led the Demo
c:at ic wing or ! la- low er house at Spring
field nt the last session of the legislature,
and is one of the leaders of the party iu j
Illinois. He is the law partner of Sam
Bethea, who was a delegate to the Kenub-
li an national convention at Minneapolis
,AYunt the Solid Vote for Palmer.
Senator John M. Palmer's friends in
Illinois hope to have the solid vote of the
state delegation to t lie national convention
next week cast for him
The instructions given at
vention at Springfield six weeks ago can
be interpreted, it is claimed, in no other
way than that unless G rover Cleveland is
to be the man the vote of Illinois is to go
to Senator Palmer
and the invitation has been accepted.
4'iiil Service Reformers at Work.
Washington, June 11. An effort toob-
tain a strong civil service reform plank in
. the Democratic national platform is beinir
. ! made by Democratic members of congress
who are Interested in the subject. The
Massachusetts representatives, as usual
when this subject comes up, are taking au
active part in the movement, and the
Massachusetts delegation to Chicago will
be urged to select a member of the com
mittee on resolutions who is thoroughly
in accord with the most advanced senti
menl in the party and the country on the
live hogs, $1.9na5..5U per
Will Keport It by Phonograph.
CHICAGO, June 14. The third annual
meeting of the American Phonograph as-
camc in yesterday' Poci;l,il'" began at the Leland hotel yes-
icniay aiiernoon. -Arrangements nave
been made by several pa 'ties to report the
proceedings of the Democratic convention
by phonograph instead of by shorthand
the state con-1
Another Republican Ratify.
Omaha, .Tune 14. Omaha Hepublicans
last night ratified the Minneapolis nomi
nations and listened to addresses by
Stephen A. Douglass, of Chicago; EM ward
Rosewater, editor of the Pee and national
committenian, and John L, Webster
Five thousand persons were present.
The i o.-n l TlnrketH.
Brail -88c per cwt.
Shits' tiff 91.00 per cwt
Day Timothy. Sll13; prairie, 103U; clovet
J10; baled. Sll 00.
Butter Falrto choice, l:(ic: creamery, 31'24c
Bggs Fresh, lie: packed. 10c.
Poultry Chickens. 10liW ; turkeys. i:)4o
ducks. IxHcs geese, 10c.
rilt'lT AND V COST ABLE S .
Apples-92.4$2 75 pcrbbl.
Cfitt Butchers pay tor corn fed fleers
3HSt4sJc; cons and hcifeif, '.'K'h ; calves
Hard 7 8007 75.
Sift 2 JO'-' 30.
t'oinicon boards $1 6
Joist Scaattnig and timber. 12to If, feet. $11
Every addilini,:! foot iii'.cni'th r0 cents.
X A X Shinties t 75.
Lath $8 50.
Kencii r lto 10 feel 51
Stoc Iki ird-,roiii;!i $18
" ' dressed 91"
C. flooring $.-0
Flnishlag Lumbir, dresst u53O940
It Surprised Mr. I.urney.
New Yor.K, June 14. The members, of
the Maritime association held an im
promptu meeting yesterday afternoon.
e 01 imnois .s to go Kuperintendent Houghton announced
1 in- ..lorrisou element, - ,,
of the party is alert as well, and claims
consideration tor the author of the hori
zontal tariff bill, but it concedes Senator
Palmer's prior claim.
Looking; for a llesjular Invasion.
Before the sun bobs his head np on the
morning or .nine z. at least (O.uuu: . ... . .
stranc-ers will have entered the .rates of I dency a short tlme a8. WiU Presented
strangers will nave enterea the gates of wUh handsoma gayeios of plata. Mr.
the city of C hicago They will be drawn Q , . cornr,iet,iv bV. HUrnTilm
here primarily by the national Democratic j Uurney was taken completely by surprise.
convention. Hut another element enters
into the calculation which may swell the j A Heavy Harden or Guilt Tor Him.
number of visitors to somewhere in the MaklboUOTGB, N. Y., June 14. The
from the rostrum that a prominent mem
ber had so conducted himself as to call
for a special meeting of the members at
large to take prompt action. The mem
bers present thereupon proceeded to the
directors room and organized, when Mr.
1 tumey, who hau retired from the presi-
on the body of the
A. Stone, who committed
tion, secondary in this one instance only, I woman Mary
is the W orld s fair. Kailroad lines, radi- j suicide here last week, brought in a ver
ating from the Chicago to every hamlet djct to the effect that the woman was ad-
1 .. 1. .. ., .. , 1. .-.. ,.,.. .-...1 m, ,,nu1 ... ... '
for convention week.
CREDITED TO SAM SMALL.
vised and encouraged to commit the ras.1.
act by her father-in-law, Chester P. Stone,
who she charges with her ruin and the
parentage of her illegitimate child.
A Deal in V. hleh the Article of
Is a Platform Plank.
WashiSGTON, June 14. Representative
Slight Fall In Price ot Silver.
Washington', June 14. The treasury
-"."-Ttr-'.T - V, , i department yesterday purchased 3S4.000
A atson, of Georgia, has received inform- n. fmm s!lrt7 , mo
tion from his state that the Rev. Sam
Small is attempting to secure a seat in the
ounces of silver at from $0.6907 to SO 8380
For referring to armbject so unu$ul, bat
It may possess ict?rtt for some to know
Is sold for half the price of the other
kinds. IM SOLD, we say -if tbeqoallty
was not what It should be, of course II
would not ...-il at all.
Baking Powder Companies say nothing
of their exorbitant prices, but talk son
Uuually of chemical analysis, &c
Let the scientists lead the scientists, but
let practical women try CUsaaut, and
Judge for themselves.
AT VOCn GROCER'S