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Rock Island Daily Argus.
VOL. XLI NO. 202
ROCK ISLAND. MONDAY, JUNE 12. 1893.
Single Copies 5 Canto
Ier Weak ISM Oaaka
fie Greatest of all
No use telling you where we got them or why we are offering these suits
at such ridiculously low prices. What you want is plain talk. We will sell
voii suits worth more than double the price we quote. You know us; when
We name a price it is away BELOW ALL COMPETITORS, and for that
reason we do the business. Look at our suits at
- $3.69, $6.39, $7.39, -
WE GUARANTEE there is not a suit in the lot but which is worth more
than double the price we ask for them. Our aim is to do by far the largest
Clothing business in Rock Island, and we are doing it, BUT ALWAYS
HUNGRY FOR MORE. Compare Prices.
Our selection of new designs for the coming seat
son is nearly all in stock, and we feel confiden
your insnection will oronounce it overwhelm
ingly superior to any we have ever shown.
We have taken advantage of every opportunity in making our selection, in order to give
the people of this city and vicinity the choicest designs from the product- of nearly every
manufacturer in this country, at the very lowest prices. We em cloy only first class
workmen, and shall be pleased to receivs your orders for Paper Hanging, Painting, or
anything pertaining to Interior Decorating:
Room Moulding to match wall paper.
Window shades ready made and to order, allcolors
Picture Frames latest styles.
JR. CRAMPTON &d CO.
Wholesale and retail book sellers and stationers.
Hen's Artistic Tailoring.
The Fashionable Fabric3 for Spring and Summer have
J. B. ZIMMKR,
23?" Call and leave your order
Stab Blocs Opposite Harper House:
Second avenue. Bock Island.
Is Life Worth Living?
That Depends Upon Tour Health.
Willjcnre you and keep you well. J
For sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
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PUT IN NEW HANDS.
The Sunday Closing Question
at the Exposition.
FETAL DECISION NEXT THURSDAY.
When Chief .Justice Fuller and .Jmlges Al
len ami Itiinit Will Sot Matter at Rest
for ;vl Carter Harrison' Spcccli to
tlie "hi'tinmipnt" Tlie Infanta's IolnK
Kx-a'resiilent liarriMin Arrives and
Will Help ltedicnto Indiana's Hutl.lliig.
CiiicAtio, June 12. I5y the grace of Chief
Justice Fuller t lie World's fair whs open
for one more Sunday, ami the iuestion of
permanent opening or closing is again, like
Mahomet "s coflin, suspended lietween
heaven and earth. The attendance was
71,l'54, hut the day opened so unpropitiously
that no doubt many -who would have gone
to Jackson jark stayed at home or took
their weekly outing nearer their residences.
S1LVKH STATl'K OF CDU MIII S.
Justice Fuller, in hearing the application
ror a suspension of the restraining order,
said he did r?i t see 'any reason why the case
jdiould differ from others, and said that the
court could tyrant a supersedeas at its dis
cretion, citing a supreme court decision to
that effect. He appointed next Thursday
for final hearing, and had Judge Iiunu, if
Wisconsin, and .Tudu'c Allen, of southern
Illinois, summoned to sit with him in the
K.ulalie Sees a Silver statue.
'Drummers"' day at the fair was rainy
and muddy, hut the travelers were there
in force and so was Kulalie. The Infanta
and her suite tramjied around in the mud
and had a jolly good time entirely "sans
ceremonie." They also attended a concert
in their honor in Festival hail, where they
were welcomed with prolonged cheering.
One things the prince." saw that interested
hermuch was thesilverstatue of Columbus
which was put up last week in the Lilcral
Arts building ly the Gorham Manufactur
ing company. It is said to lie the largest
statue if i the world cast from silver and is
a lx-autiful and artistic exhibit.
The Infanta spent unay morn
ing at mass and went to a lunch
eon at the Washington Park club iu the
Carter llurri-.on'.I.it t le Talk.
The fog. rain i:nd slush did not deter the
T. I. A. from carrying ot:t their priv
grammc. which was brought off at the
Misstmri state building. here t here is a
room set apart for them, t n the platform
were Vice President Steven. m. May.'
Harrison and -other notables, and Harri
son made :'. hrncterist ic speech. He said
he was gem-rally :tsl;cd to suy something
when the "other ft How" was aiiseiit., and
the ot her fellow in this case was ihw. Alt
gcM. iii' h;iu lt-n j.piring to ! looked
;.t li.r -t-ver.il days. pfVwipully by getting
a silk hat
as he ad::
The girls .-uhnircd his liat; and
in-d t!n girls, he enjoyed ltaing
o4 a Klt-rcr rf liovnlty.
lie referred to the IVincess I-il:J9 U by
saying that he did not hesitat- to declare
that there were millions of Jknierioau
queers who were the ejuah of ny wowau
who evur wore a crown and wlrnse royalty
shone a hriglft at the royjlr nt' an Infan
ta. Itufuariug to the I!tiitd Seamen exxurt
he said he wna wary tiral it bail decided
that the people won Id lies fit- worship in
ltcor gardens and tiahUr TJian a the tvir
and cloned an follow 'Vo In CWcAgo
will no fight the I'aitind Iwt. Mb. Vic
Prealdeut,-bu if we can lwt the Urdeod
Stat CAuoano wtll do it-, by Jowl Vim
IejWideut rVrouBi al iher also .ne.
At Tiw tiri Soady opmtBuaiQ wm
njitioed w oarlous toinMiiwWBeies. In
ll-rni Arts T1 Um jewrl- werlirmi vw
ded vrlrfV' r)aer9 wrat writ vMctfai
1UK CJVPS4 rVfLUTU 8 maw
VEEFD.T1 TBlttfCGU Iif:XiliJt ) AJ a i RT.
as wwe tbxate of Rojsia, Itly, aud switar
lapd, wbile behind aSl Ch eartuins wvro
men bcoy a work kjK54ng tint "SaWMtth"
holy by flxtng things far s mace aatraote
EsPreidn Ua-i 1 1 i Alve.
Ex-Prerfaent Harrison riverl in the
city this morning and yHl occupy hand
some quarters at the Lakotn hoteilichi
gan avenue and Thirtieth street. He was
accompanied by bis daughter, Mrs. Mc
Kea, Mr. Harrlsoo will spend several days
ere seeing the sights of the exrweltion,
and during his stay will lie the guest of
President Palmer. Mr. Harrison vril de-
.vierau auuress at me neaicatton or tn
Indiana building Thursday.
MEETINGS IN THE ART INSTITUTE.
Temperance anil I'liaritiet aiifl Corrections
the Topics li!eusaed.
In the hall of Columbus at the Art
Palace the Woman's Temperance union
held a temperance meeting. Mrs. Mary
-A. Woodbridge, of Ohio, presided. John
G. Wooley tpoke. jijjainst license and in
favor of prohibition, and said that he be
lieved the supreme court wouldlinally de
clttr all prohibitory laws valid and all li
e -n'.t laws vojd. Clara C. Hoffman, of
Missouri, saiI the remedy in her opinion
fur the drinking evil is woman suffrage.
The Koman (,'atholic temperance peple re
solved in favor of federation of all their
church temperance societies. The medical
temperance men discussed the subject from
their point of view, and the Good Templars
listened to addresses.
The Conference of Charities and Correc
tion listened to report of the committee
on the history of private indoor and out
or relief, which was read hy Rev. C. j.
iruesdell. Historical reports were then
read from a dozen states showing the
growth of the charity organization during
the last twenty years. The committee on
the time and place for holding the next
conference reported in favor of Nashville,
Tenn. The International congress legan
its sessions this morning. There are dele
gates present from Kngland, France, Aus
tria, Netherlands, Germany, Australia,
Italy ami other foreign nations. One of
the papers to be read will lie by the, cele
brated Florence Nightingale, and the
gathering will lie one of the most im
portant of the series.
(IMmviii on Sunday Opening.
New Yohk, June PJ. To a New York
World reporter Cardinal (iiblonssaid that
Roman Cutholics lielieved that Sunday was
not only a day of rest and religious observ
ance but. of innocent recreation. Koman
Catholics having performed their religious
duties Sunday morning were at lilierty to
spend the remainder of the day iu such
recreation jis lieoumes Sunday. Many ihjo
ple could not attend the fair any other day,
and it was a real hardship to deprive them
of the privilege on the only day they could
iittend. More evil would result from clos
ing than ticning the fair oil that day.
tms to Marcli to the Fair.
Nkw Yoi:k, June 1-'. A dispach to The
I'ress from Cincinnati says: The 1..VKJ
members of the lioy's brigade in this city
will march from this city to Chicago for
the World's fair. They will go by easy
stages, tenting at night. They will march
like a regular army. They will le joined
by other lads. It is estimated that on. the
final day :iS,tm boy of this .order will
march int4i Chicago.
autrh lanceri ft:r tlie Fair.
New YnKK. June 12. The steamer Ma
rauheuso, which has arrivetl here from
north Brazilian ports brins its pjissen
gers foy1'en Brazilian nautch dancers en
route for the World's fair at Chicago.
MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF CATTLE.
VaVname stM-Jv of Kedficld l'ritetor
tevl F. Morion AHai-ked.
Nlw YUK. June 12. A dispaUdi to the
Timtti from Rutl.uid. Vt.. sav: 'Tor ft1-a-al
dav jiast. a mimU-r of lijoiMled Jersey
cattle llotiging U the herd of hhiited
Stntes Senator liedlield Proctor, ovit on
p.-isture. haw mwteriously disapj';irel
inn- by one. The cause of the disapjeir
a:iee has .nisf 1 en discovered. A valuable
lm'.l from t!:e herd of ex-Vice President
Morton was sen wunderhig alit tlie
Ige of a wn1 with eairs aiwl n k swollen
and stone blind.
The superintendent of the farm then
went to a marshy place where t he cattle
were .Kvust.uiel to go for water and dis-ur.-ert--l
;i!mt tej of the miss'.ng animals
lead. The state . commission has lx-en
sun2mo:il u iu:ke on invest igur ion as t
thciau-i- of the dejith. It is the geral
N-liel that the cat-tie wre ijisunejl. The
Uss t.o Siuatir Irctir will lie several
Iu'.raatiiuJ Tv-pogrupliical I'nion.
ClilCAi'. Juno 12. The forfy-tirst
annual eituv-iit4ou of the InternaUOJial
TyjxiniplucHl union will h in point of
numhex? the largest tu the history of tlie
organisation. The expoitina is drawing
to Chicago eprHeiJfca.r frum rwj- sul
oad-mafr union. TJie delegates aw arriving
on eatery train and hAadquarteiv are tlie
Ore jjfjrthern botaL Pwideut Prenattt
is axixiouji to ndaened htmsvlf ae prtaudeAu
His m oc foxmidb)B opptujeat for tJIr
yndrx are .Mm I Sjetamly, 'Vi'M&piirtntK
ami "VtlBazn Boyfft, Omaha. Vtm&mmmi-
' ' 1
l-uuJWjn ofte "Wttnt. fiop.
Jose X, YmmtA on pfUrrns fio the ifepppfr
mn ofagrioaMttm, mafeey tbe ureae-of
triutegr ae oMjiurei) wti tht of
prioolrjBl doUWJUt- bs oempedAJRUri!i71
MJnK-Qri. Hoa iAiaaHP. W me-
duetscxi of ttw a i tiie iit of Kiln Has,
Hig&mri and TRlgtA W oonaed t& tbe
xnaizi by tfc lntrgtBehTijda dmnmtH and
Ttmmj- riu T Q.i 'a !WMnovy 0'en
ATinrw, Hls -J 12 Gte.niem.ory of
Ow TriPy. he anrtelww martyr, is
fast fading bum the mtnds f tlie genem.
fty at poopk. Oat iu tlie minds of the
00J0JM. nwjphi his memory will n
mnia fxgu and green. The aruraal oc
casioti CliH sewtng of bis gratR wLh
tloWTK mjfdi& njany bxindanln of colored
peoplr to-t-be cifey tean all parts of eouth
erp LUlli',i3 dnd MiitsouxL A gaeat TAil
tgjKf paUs took place from tbe city hall
to ihe tinwe otfhe martyr.
Ao Ttito" CoaglM By Itanny.
W Atiirut!"fr), Jane 1. Tboraaii F. Mc
Orwken, of Kebraek, a clerk In the dead
lr oflVoa, 63 war old, wm arjwtnad by
IMrOttlice inpeotitrti fbr stealing money
from dud hitters. When lun-stixl be hatl
just taken a marked xiollar bill hom a
NtwmM Munkecon IHmlHed.
CHICAGO, Juu 12. Tbe steamer Mus
trrriVrp her Khaft last after she left
bere for Milwaukee and was towed balk to
port by tugs, Nobody hurt.
At the rowing regatta at Austiu, Tex.,
Gaudaur won the professional 3-mile single
scull race, In-ating Peterson in 19:18, which
1 teats the.record.
Governor Fishback, of Arkansas, writes
to President Cleveland indignShtiy point
ing to the alleged effect of congressional
economy on the levee protected lauds on
the Mississippi river which are just now un
dergoing their annual bath as the result
of broken levees.
A train was roblied on the Atchison, To
peka and Santa Fe, the roblters gettinff
attout fl,ooii in money anil another $1,000
in jewelry. The express messenger hid all
the most, valuable packages among the
freight in the car, but got shot in the side
while doing so, as the roblters were
ltomltarditig tho car. The messenger's
name is Whittlesey. Tho robltery occured
west of Cimarron, Kas.
The hat of Mary Livinski, of Bridgeport,
Pa., blew off her head while riding on the
Heading railway. She jumited after the
hat and was killed.
James ordon Bennett's hurt was not
on the head, but on the abdomen. Tho
doctors were afraid of internal injuries
and cut him ojien. They found everything
in order, however, anil now Bennett must
liestill until the gash heals.
Andy Johnson, of Sister Bay, Wis., let
his lioat capsize in a squall. He clung to
the lioat four hours before a passing
steamer heard his cries and picked him
up nearly exhausted.
Mayor Harrison, of Chicago, has issued
a proclamation asking citizens to support
the project which is yearly carried out to
give the poor children of the city an air
ing. He names June 29 as the day.
Sexton has withdrawn from parliament,
and says he would have done so long ago
if it had not lteen for the home rule bill,
which he now considers safe.
Key Rossman voluntarily surrendered
himself at Helena, Mont., as the man who
atteufpted May 30 last to blow up the Mon
tana National bank. His 'idea wag to ob
tain food which he had been without for
several days so he said by lteing arrested,
but he does not explain why he has waited
so long for the food.
Mrs. G. B. Rodney is walking from Gal
veston to Chicago for a prize of 5,000. To
win she must reach Chicago Aug. 1 and
jiay her e.xpeuses en route, jteddliug toilet
articles, out of which she must also have.
:Ciou prolit on her arrival.
It is said that all sheriffs of Iowa coun
ties along the proposed route of the cowboy
race from Cbadrou. Neb., to Chicago, have
lteen notilied by the governor to intercept
Rev. C. II. Agnew, of Auburn. Ills., sent
a postal card to Rev. W. R. Goodwin, of
Englewood, in which he expressed the
opinion that Rev. W. F. Gilmore, of Shel
byville. was a '"toliacco worm'' and a dis
grace to Methodism, ltccause he used to
bacco. Mr. Agnew now has to reckon
with Uncle'Sam for violating the postal
The latttle ship "Massachusetts."' which
can throw tl.sui pounds of metal at one
fin-, ahead and astern, has been success
fully launched at the Cramps yard. Phila
delphia. Miss Herltert christened her.
Thomas Sbeppard, a prominent lumlter
merchant of Chicago, and president of the
I.umliennen's jissociarion, is dead, aged 45
Mrs. Frank I-slie has obtained a di
vorce from W. C. K. Wilde. Thus is Mrs. t
Ix-slie's fourth matrimonial venture a 5
Two suns of Hiram Higleys, a prominent
farmer living sewn miles from Atc hison,
Kan., aged is and 3. res;e.tively, were
drowned in Stranger creek while seining.
Tla national bauks of this country had
resources on May 4 of .Sl.432,17i.0;'7 and no
liabilities in excess thereof.
N'ortliwestoni (uirauty Statement.
MiNNK vitl-is, JunelJ The schedules of
the Northwestern Guranfy Ttau company
haw len filed wtrh the register of deeds.
The schedule, however, is not that of the
Minneapolis Trust company, which is the
admiuist raUir chosen by the creditors
but is the schluk? prepared by the com
pany and will 1k Hiibjett to change.. The
showing is a great deal better than was at
lirst expn:tl. aud shows assies of t5,
jtti .lH- lialrilifies, $iMTfi.i.
The loral .Tlarketn.
Wheat 74d 7a.
llay Timothy, 813.00; upland, 1UQ11 ; eloueh
83 00; baled. $10.0o11.0U.
Uater yu choice, 17iio; creamery,
F.snn rL-J. 1 ai4-
Pooltry CbickuBa. Ac; turkey 12r
d nck,12Hc; ce,10c.
ryiT AMD TMBnLBLaS.
Applet J4 00 per DDI.
Oniona $4 .00 per Sbl.
Tamlpfl j0cper ba.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed ct a.. a
tMHe; oowa ane Deifai. XHtt3c caiy
TrtETlR ICE 0 PtOTTi E rTBRAN D S .
OLDl pTCANS. ON LY.
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