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RCCZ ISLAND. TUFSDAY. AUGUST 29, 1893.
Single Copies 8 Coast
Per Weak 18 Gents
BD TIMES. HARD TIMES
BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS,
rnT TTA T ATTA A T
I lib LU1N1MN.
REATLY REDUCED PRICES
in Boys' and Children's Suits.
We have added 200 pair of Men's pants worth
0, $4.00 and $5.00 to our
j:r choice of any Shirt Waist, Alother's Friend and Star in our house for 50c.
)i Mens Suits, great values at $10.00, for $.00.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
e Undersell Everybody on Everything.
Big Store. w
isTsTty is y
SAX&R1CE, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
For the next 30 days
In Bedroom Suits.
h order to reduce the immense line we
ave to make room for other goods we must
icnfice them. Come at once and secure
best bargain that was ever offered in the
LEMANN & SALZMANM.
124 128 and 128
s Artistic Tailoring.
fashionable Fabrics for Spring and Summer have
1 J. B. ZIMMER,
Uall and leave your order
i ar Block Opposite Harper House:;
. THE FJ.B3T-CIiA.8S
At 324 Seventeenth. Street.
pl.i.Uh,. Oppc.it the 01i;and.
LABOR. TIME, MONEf
Dse it your own way.
It is the beet Soap made
For V ashing Machiu? use.
WARNOGX & RALSTON,
Is Life Wnrth Living?
That Depends Upon Your Health.
Will care yoa and keep ycvi well.
Kor gale a: llarper House Pharmacy.
John Yolk. 6c Co.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Floorin"
And all kinds of wood work for bailders.
Eighteenth St. bet. Third and Fourth avenue.
Winning by More Than a Two
NO FREE COINAGE AT ANY RATIO.
The Majority Against All the Proposi
tions Averaging Over 100 Bland-
Allison Bill Rejected.
A Throng In the House, Itoth on the Floor
and in the (iallcry Only Four Members
of the Whole Koll Xot Precnt Detailed
Vote on the 10 to 1 Amendment A Wet
lilanket at( the Start Ilailey of Texas
Tries Unsuccessfully to Stave Oft" the
Washington, Aug. 20. The house has
acted on the Sherman law and the result
is the repeal of the purchasing clause
thereof by a vote of 240 ayes against 110
nays. There never was a larger audience
in the chamber than the one which listen
el to the members as they said "aye" or
"no" ns the names were called on each pro
position. Nor was there very often a
fuller house. All the members on the roll
except four answered" to the roll call. The
only business done other than voting was
the reading of the journal, and as soon as
that was done the order of business as
provided in the order adopted at the com
mencement of the debate was read by the
clerk. The Wilson bill was also read.
Text of the Wilton Dill.
It is as follows: "So much of the act ap
proved July 14, 7890, as directs the secre
tary of the treasury to purchase from time
to time silver bullion to the aggregate
amount of 4,500,100 ounces, or so much
thereof as may be offered in each month at
the market price thereon, not exceeding $1
for 371)4 grains of pure silver, and to issue
in payment for such purcha.se treasury
n.-ites of the United States, be and the
same is heieby repealed, lint this repeal
shall not impair nor in any maimer affect
tiie legal lender quality of the standard
silver dollars heretofore coined, and the
faith and credit of the United States are
hereby pledged to maintain tbe parity of
the gold and silver coiu of the United
States at the present legal ratio or such
Other ratio as may lie est ibHshed by law."
The Six Calls on Amendment!.
In accordance with the order referred to
above the voting began on the first
amendment allowed the free coiners and
went on to each of the others, the results
biing as follows: On the first 16 to 1 ra
tio 124 yens to 220 nays; second 17 to 1
ratio 1(0 yeas to 2(4 nays; third 18 to 1
ratio 102 yeas to 2:;tl nays: fourth 19 to I
ratio 1(15 yens to Zi7 nays; fifth 2'.) to 1
ratio 119 yeas'; to 222 nays; sixth to re
enact the 11 ison law :Jo veas to
2 ? nays. Every Illinois vote save one
a recorded in the 10 to 1 proposition,
and the six who voted yea were Post, Fit h
ian, Williams Lane, Marsh and Hunter.
I roe Colnuge at lC-to-1 Katio.
The detailed vote ot the amendment
providing for fne coinage at the ratio of
10 to 1 Was as fallows:
Yeas Abbott Aitken, Alexander, Al
len, Arnold, llai.ey. Laker of Kansas,
Lankhead, Lei U if Colorado, lle!l of Texas,
Iilnck of Georgia, lilancbanl. island, lioat
ner, Loen, ISow-r, Bowers, llrancb, Hretz,
Broderick, LrtKikshire, Bryan, Lunn,
Uurn"s, Caminetti, Cannon of California,
Capehart, Clark. of Missouri, Cobb of Ala
bama, Cockrell.'j CofTen, Conn, Cooper of
Texas, Cox, Crawford, Culberson, Curtis
o! Kansas, j Davis, Da Armond,
D.-nson, Dingjnore Dockery, Dono
van, Doolittlei Edmunds, Ellis, of
Kentuckj Enloej Epes, Fithian, Funston,
Fyan, Geary, Goodnight, Grady, Hair,
Harris, Hartmab, Hatch, Hard, Hender
son of North Carolina, Holman, Hook
er, Hudson, Hunter. Hutchison. Jones.
Kem, Kilgore, Kyle, Lane, Latimer, Law-
ton, Lester, Litingston, Lucas, Maddox,
Maguire, Marshall, McDearmon. Mc
Keighan, McLaurin, McMillan, McRae,
Meredith, Money, Montgomery, Morgan
of Kentucky, Morgan of Missouri, Moses,
Murray, Neill, Newlands, CVFerrall,
Faynter, Pence, Pendleton, Pickler. Post.
Richardson of Michigan, Richardson of
lennessee, Kobbtns, Robertson, Sayers,
Sibley, Simpson, Snodgrass, Stallings,
Stockdale, Stone, - Straight, Swanson,
Sweet, Talbert, Tarsney, Tate, Taylor,
Terry, Turpin, Tyler, Wheeler, Whiting,
Williams of Illinois, Williams of Missis
sippi, Wilson, Woodard 123
Nays Adams, Alderson, Aldrich, Aps
ley, Avery, Babcock, Baker of New Hamp
shire, Baldwin. Barnes, Bartholdt, Bart
lett, Barwig, Belden, Beltzhoover, Berry,
Bingham, Black of Illinois, Blair, Boutelle,
Unit tan, Jirawley, Breckinridge of Arkan
sas, Breckinridge, of Kentucky, Brickner,
Brosius, Brown, Burrows, Bynum,
Cabaniss, Cadmus, Caldwell, Campbell,
Ca"nou of Illi nois, Carut h, Catchings.
Causey, Chickering, Childs, Clancy, Clarke
of Alabama, Cobb, Cockran, Coggswell,
u-ompton, uxmius, cooper of Indiana,
Cooper of Washington, Corning, Cousins,
Covert, Crain, Cummings, Curtis of
New York, Dalzell, Daniels, Davey, De-
lorest, Diuglev, Dolliver, Dunn, Dunphy,
JJuruorow, Llhs of Oregon, English, Eal
man. Everett, Fellows, Fielder, Fitch.
Fletcher, Foftnan", Funk, Gardner, Gear,
ueiseniiainer. Gillett of New York. Gil-
lette of Massachusetts, Goldzier, Gorman,
Greshani, Grosvenor, Grout. Haeer
Hairier, Hines.Hall, Hammond, Hare.Har-
mer, Hurler, Haugen, Heincr, Hayes,
Henderson of Illinois, Henderson of Iowa,
Hendrix, Hepburn, Herman, Hicks, Htl-
born, Hinesof Pennsylvania, Hitt, Hooker
of New lork, Hopkins of Illinois, Hopkins
of I'ennsylvania, Houck, llouk, Hulick,
Hull, Ikert, Johnson of Indiana, John
son of North Dakota, Johnson of Ohio,
Kiefer, Joy, Lacey, Kribbs, Lapham, Lay
ton, Lefever, Lilly, Linton, Lisle, Lock
wood, Loud, Loudenslager, Lynch, Mag-
ner,.Mahon,Mallory,Marsb, Martin, 51arvm,
McAleer, McCall, McCleary, McCreary,
McCulloch, McDannold, McDowell, Mo
Etfrlck, McGann, McKaigh, McNagny,
Meicklejohn, Mercer, Meyer, Milliken,
Moon, More, Mutchler, North way, O'Neill,
O'Neill, Outhwaiie. Page, Patterson.
Payne, Pearson, Pendleton, Perkins, Phil
lips, Pigott, Panchall, Powers, Pnce.Kan
dall. Rar. Rarner. Reed, Reillr. Reyburn
Kictiarus oi unto, Kitchie, Koblnson,
Rusk, Russell of Connecticut, Russell of
Georgia, Ryan, Schermerhorn, Scranton,
Settle, Shaw, Sherman, Sickles, Sipe,
Smith, Soniers, Sperry, Springer, Sloppen
son, Sieveus, C. W. Stone of Pennsylvania,
W. A. Stone of Pennsylvania, Storer,
Strong, Talbott, Tawney, Taylor of Tenn
essee, Thomas, Tracey, Tucker. Turner,
Updegraff, Van V oorhis of New lork,
Van Yoorhis of Ohio, Wadsworth,
Walker, Winger, Warner. W.isiu: gtou,
Waugh, Weadock, Weils, Weaver. White,
Wilson of Ohio, Wilson of West Yirginia,
Wise, Wolverton, Woonier, Wright of
Massachusetts, Wright of Pennsylvania
fre silver men feel blue.
The IteKUlt of the First Vote a Complete
Shell of South Carolina, in favor of free
silver, was paired with Graham of New
York opposed to it both Democrats. Not
nearly as much interest was taken ip the
second vote which was on the ratio of IT
to 1. The decisive vote on the 10 to 1
ratio seemed to dishearten the silver men
and in place of the attention which was
paid to the first was substituted a listless
ness which spread throughout the hall.
Such a majority against the essence of the
free silver idea was but a foreshadowing
of all the other votes which are given as to
totals in the foregoing.
The vote on the Bland-Allison act
amendment was another crucial test, but
it went against the silver meu very em
phatically, although that, amendment re
ceived tbe strongest support.
Then came the final vote, which Bai
ley of Texas tried to stave off for a short
time by offering an amendment to repeal
the parity clause of the Sherman act, in
the hope that by so doing he could rally
some of the gold men to his support and
thus weaken the friends of unconditional
repeal oi the purchasing clause, but the
speaker ruled that this was not in order
pending the demand for the engrossment
and third reading of tbe hill, and the bill
was accordingly ordered to a third read
Then Mr. Bailey raised the point that
there should be a division of the question.
One part of it repealed the purchasing
clause and the other retained the parity
clause. There should be a separate vote
on each. Hut again the speaker pointed to
ti e decisive ord.r of the resolution under
which the Louse was acting and held that
such separation could not be had. The
vote was then takes upon the final pass
age of the Wilson bill, and it was paused,
yeas 24 nays 110.
The men who stood by silver under the
Bland-Allison act, but who finally voted
for unconditional repeal, were: Alderson,
Black of Georgia, Bretz, Brookshire,
Bunn, Conn, Donovan, Doolittle, Ed
munds, Hare, Holman, Hunter, Lawson,
Lester, Linton, Marshall, McCreary, Mc
Millin, Meredith, Moutgomeiy, Oates,
O'Feriall, Paschal, Paintor, Pendleton,
Tost, Price, Ri.-hardson of Michigan,
Ritchie, Russell, Stone, Swanson, Taylor,
Tucker, Turpin, Tyler, Weadock, Whit
ingall Democrats except Doolittle, Lin
ton and Pott.
Note Wires to Washington all down;
caut get detailed vote. Ed.
Senate and Hotihe in Rrief.
Washington, Aug. i.D. In the senate
Stewart offered a resolution asking the
treasury whether there will be a deficiency
for the year and its probable amount. The
amendment to the Yoorhees bank bill for
the redemption of 3 per cent, bonds as
defeated 2U to 23. The motion to recon
sider the vote refusing Lee Mantle a seat
wa laid on the table 31 to 2S so Mantle
cannot get into the senate. The Yoorhees
bank bill was again taken up on an amend
meut by Cockrell allowing citizens to de
posit 1 Kinds w ith the treasury and obtain
greenbacks for them, with tbe privilege of
regaining the bonds by paying back the
greenbacks, interest on the bonds to cease
meanwhile. No action, and the senate ad
journed. In tbe house the votes on the Wilson bill
took all day. Every proposition of silver
men was defeated by majorities averaging
over 10U and the llson bill passed 240 to
WELL DONE, CITIZEN BUTLER.
lie Was a Little Slow, bat He "Got There"
Cambiudge, O., Aug. 2. Henry S. But
ler, his wife and aunt, Mrs. Anna Thomas,
while on their way from Zanesville to
Martin's Ferry in a wagon, were caught
in a storm. The women took shelter un
der a bridge while Mr. Butler looked after
the team. While under the bridge George
McManaway and William Banard, a
farmer and coal miner, came along intoxi
cated and Banard assaulted Mrs. Butler
with intent to rape. The other woman ran
away screaming for Mr. Butler who came
to the scene and tried to persuade the men
He hitched up his team to leave but the
men continued their insulting remarks,
finally cutting the harness to pieces. But
ler finding that moral suasion had no ef
fect he got a revolver from a trunk in the
wagon and shot McManaway in the thigh
and Banard iu the breast near the shoul
der. Butler then came to town and gave
himself up to the sheriff. The women
have sworn out warrants for the arrest of
tbe men for assault with intent to rape.
NOT NECESSARY TO APOLOGIZE.
l'eople Don't Mind Little Things Like
This Any More.
Louisville, Aug. 20. Thirty horsemen
rode into New Castle, Ky., and waking up
Jailer Head told him they had a prisoner.
When Head made his appearance with the
keys the visitors, most of whom were
masked, overpowered him and let them
selves into the jail. They were after a
negro named Leonard Taylor. Securing
their man they took him about a quarter
of a mile out on the road to Frauklinton
and strung him up to a tree.
The crime which aroused the members
into action was a brutal assault upon an
Italian boy peddler. It occurred a week
ago. The negro struck the boy over the
head, fracturing his skull. He was brought
to this city, which was his home, and the
people at Franklinton, learning that he
had died at any .rate the crime was
such a dastardly one and the negro so
vicious that the people concluded that pub
lic safety demanded that he be put out of
, the way of doing harm.
ANOTHER EMEUTE AT CHICOGO.
An Unorganized Mob of Unemployed Dis
persed by Police.
Chicago, Aug. 29. Four thousand un
employed men who had gathered at the
lake front to discuss Mayor Harrison's
order to stop parades surged out into State
street. They were a disorganized mob
and made no attempt to parade. But their
numbers impeded traffic in the already
crowded street: cable trains and carriages
were stopped, as the r.ien were packed too
closely together for any vehicle to force its
The mob cheered as it advanced and
brought out hundreds of spectators until
the streets were packed with people. A
hundred men stopped in front of Siegel,
Cooper & Co. 's store clamoring that they
wanted bread. Fora moment it looked as
if they were going to dash into the store.
They needed only a leader. While they
hesitated the police were upou them. Po
licemen in plain clothing and uniformed
officers rushed into the crowd. They
grabbed the men by the collars and admin
istered a series of vigorous kicks. The
demonstration ended in inglorious defeat,
the mob scattering before the charge of
the police and disappearing down thesida
Striking Miners Accept Terms.
PiTTsm iiG, Kas., Aug. 29 At a meeting
of miners held at Kirkwood it was unani
mously agreed to accept the offer of 50 and
50 cents per ton, summer and wlnter.made
by the Weir Coal company. Superinten
dent Kirkwood gave it out that a stockade
would be built and negroes put to work.
This brought the strikers to terms and a
meeting was called with the above result.
The Weather We May KxpeoU
Washington, Aug. 19. The following are
the weather indications for twenty-tour hours
from 8 p. m. yesterday: For Iowa
Variab'e: winds; fair weather. For Wisconsin
and M ciiii;an N rttierly winds; cooler, fair
weather. For Indiana and Illinois Cooler;
northerly wiuds; fair weather.
LIVE STOCK AM 3 PHOoCc .n.ir.c . o.
Chicago, Aug. 18.
Following were the quotations oa the
Board of Trale today: Wheat Au
gust, opened 6lMie, closed 2c: Sep
tember, opened Bl?4c, c osed 6-J4C; De
cember, opened Otic, closed twjjc. Corn
August, opened 304o, closed STic; Septem
ber, opened oOJc, closed 37Jc; May, opened
4Vic, closed lUic. Oata September, opened
24c, closed JJc; October, opened 24?6c,
closed U-4c; May, opened tfJc, clo ed 2Ve.
Pork September, opened $:3.!M. clo-ei 114 75.
October, openod $13.9 . clo -ed $3. Lard
September, opened 53.' 0. closed gS.lOc.
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, "4c;
fancy dairy, 2.1321c; packing stock, fresh,
13v2,lc. Eggs Fresh stoclt, l c per dozen.
Live Poultry Spring chickens. 1- jc per lb;
hens, Uc; roosters, l'Jc; turkeys, mixed lots,
losillc: ducks. 9c; spring ducks, DH&lOc;
geese, i3 Ointa.OO per dozen. Potatoes Wis
consin Hose, &i(io5c per bushel; St. Louis,
Early Ohio, 45&5 e. New Apples Green, fair
to goo 1. fi0i(l!.5 per barrel; eating, $3.00
3.0. Honey White clover, 1 lb sections, 15
&16c; broken comb, 10c; extracted, (xitto
Live Stock: The prices at tho Union
Stocks yards today ranged as follows:
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day, 39,
OMJ; quality good; left over absut 4,()uu; mar
ket rather active, all classes of buyers pur
chasing freely; prices steady; 6c lower; sales
ranged at St ;.r35.6 '; piss, 8i.50i6.Ou liitht,
S i.i'4i5.1 j rough packing, i5.10&o.5 mixed,
and i.'M2,.iA) heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day, 17.
0 0; quality fair; market rathpr quiet and
pr.ces steady; quotations ranged at
6.0J choice to extra shipping steers, $L0JiJt.5U
food to choice do . 3.50.&4.utJ fair to good.'
3. 40 common to medium do., $-'.7523. 6U
butchers' steers, $i.(i i.75 Blockers, 82.50
3 20fecJcrs, tl.uc.'.8 1 cows, 2.Kai 10 heif
ers, $1.5 'Q-3.25 bulls, 2.0U&3.U Texas steers,
S-.&0&3 90 Western rangers, and :.50J5.iO
Sheep Eitima ted receipts for the day,
17,000; quality fair; market rather dull and
prices easier: quotations ranged at$2 5'3.0
per 1U0 lbs Westerns, ti.0i.na3.t0 Texas, $2,003
4.20 natives, and $i.502.ou lambs.
New York, Aug. 28.
Wheat September, 6."a6s)4c; October,
70Mt37iic; November, 73i3)4c; December,
7537&tto. Corn No. 2. steed y and dull;
15lii34Sc; September, H&iSh,c. Oats No.
1 dull and nominal; state, 3ji39c; western,
B &S9c; September, 304; October, 3)0. Pork
Firm and quiet. Lard Dull and steady.
The lioeal Market.
New oti S4c.
llav Timnlk. I t 111 nnl.n I, tAAa KA
dlcuci , t(i.00$7.00; baled. $10.0039.00.
Batter Fair to choice, S2!4c; creamery, 25c;
Eggp Freh, li4c
PoultryChickens, 13c; turkeys ItJ4; ducks
12Kc; geese. 10c.
raUIT AND TIOBTABLES.
Apples 13 50Q $3 per bbl.
Onions 75c per ba
Turnips 4 Jc per bu.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed stcet
44 yjc; cows and nelfcis, tU'4;ic calve
PUREST MD BEST.