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XLI NO. 296
ROCK ISLAND. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1893.
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Our "Iron Clad Combination Suits" for chil-
jren a genuine cellar-door slider.
Age S to 11.
SENATE AND HOUSE
The Talk on Silver and the
Election Bill Continues,
AND THE END IS NOT IN SIGHT
The Greatest Line in Town.
PRICES much less
Than any other house.
Come and look.
HEY ARE BARGAINS.
A car load of handsome bed room suits going
the following prices.
worth flo 00 0 at
Remember we have only one car load to dis-
f se of at the above manufacturer's prices.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN.
5 and 1527
124 128 and 128
r Purpose In Advertising
- '-o let everybody who buys clothing that's all Man-
here about know that, our fall suitings ara in, and
-at the finest ever displayed in the city. You are )es
ectf ally invited to call and see the latest in patterns
n3 styles, in fall and winter wear.
Call and leave your order
Stab Block Opposite Harpj;b House:
" 1 'Csuri; in ni Dew i0opi
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
-St-!.. Fci.lt,. ' 0.oo.iui the Ol' stand.
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Dse it your own way.
It is the beet Soap made
For V ashing Machine use.
WARNOGX & RALSTON.
Is Life w.tb Living?
That Depends Upon Your Health.
Will cure yoa and keep you well.
For sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
Jolin Volk. & Co.,
HOUSE BUILDERS. ,
Sath, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring
And aU kinds of wcoj work for builders.
Eighteenth St. bet. Third and Fourtbavennos.
Iu the Senate SheYman Correct, a State
ment and Kyle Continue, the Debate
In the House the Election Dill Ocrnpie.
Attention Coinage at the Mint. The
ltoynton Case The Cruiser Detroit Ac
ceptable Government Receipts and Ex
penditure.. Washington, Oct. 3. Tne very evident
absence of a quorum of senators waa
called to the attention of the vice presi
dent by Wolcott (Kep.) of Colorado, and
there was thereupon a call of the senate,
to which (after some little delay) the re
quisite number of senators, forty-three,
responded. The morning business was
then proceeded with. A bill to give set
tlers on the public lands in Oklahoma
territory another year in which to make
their first paymeuts on the land was re
ported from the committee on public
lands and was passed. The resolution
offered by Teller last Saturday calling
for information as to the purchase of sil
ver bullion in September, 189:, was laid
before the senate and agreed to.
Sherman (Rep.) of Ohio called attention
to a misstatement contained in the speech
of White (Dem.) of California last week
quoting an article from the Banker's
.Magazine of August, 1873, as to the de
monetization act of that year. There was
no such article, he said, in the Bankers'
Magazine. The statement was false aud
fraudulent. It was an absolute fabrica
tion, and he wanted to have it marked
with the brand of infamy. White ex
l niiu'd that he had taken the extract
from other speeches and papers and had
not consulted The Bankets' Magazine to
prove the correctness of the extract. As
his attention had now been called to it
he would have the allu.-ion omitted from
all future copie of h:s speech.
The silver purchase repeal bill was taken
up and Kyle, Pop., South Dakota,
rose to address the senate, but yielded to
Dubois, Rep., Idaho. Dubois complained
of a remark made by Gorman last week
on the subject of his resolution to defer
action on the repeal bill and other meas
ures until the three vacant seats from
Montana, Washington and Wyoming
were filled. Gorman had spoken of the
resolution as one of a series intended to
obstruct action on the repeal bill. On
that statement Dubois took exception. He
said that he had offered the resolution
from a sense of duty entirely on his own
responsibility, and without consultation
with senators opposed to the repeal bill.
He was not in any plan to obstruct busi
ness. He found a precedent for the reso
lution in the filibustering of Republican
senators some years ago to prevent the
filling of committees while there were
three seats vacant in the senate.
Washburn said that he had not sup
posed that the senator from Ipaho, when
he offered, "the tesoiution had seriously
gui"pos 'd ' that the senate would sit
and allow senators to be chosenfrom states
wh ch had not performed their constitu
tional functions. The senator could not
have thought of anything so absolutely
absurd. Mr. Washburn added that f the
thrie states in question two were no!
s ive-j reducing states, and had no more
interest in the coiunee of t-ilver than any
other states of the Union. Furthermore,
tho-e two states were now respresented by
two senators, both of whom were in favor
of the unconditional repeal of the Sherman
"Please to name," Mr. Walcott inter
posed excitedly, "the two states that are
represented by senators in favor of uncon
"I will do so with great pleasure,"
Washburn suavely replied. "They are
the states of Washington and Wyoming."
"I should like, the senator from Minne
sota," sa'd Mr. Dubois, "to state on wbfse
authority he makes that statement."
"I make it on the authority of the sen
"Very well " said Dubois, "I imagine
that those senators will resent the impu
tation. There never has been a time when
members of congress from those states
have not voted for the free and unlimited
coinage of silver, and I state that the sen
ators from the states of Washington and
Wyoming on this floor are not for the un
conditional repeal of the Sherman act."
PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE.
The attendance in the bouse was small,
and the speaker directed tne clerks to call
committees for reports, but none were
submitted. The debate on the federal
election bill was resumed, and cite bouse
was addressed by Dunsmore of Arkansas
in support of the measure. He denounced
the laws as Improper, unauthorized, un
just, unwise aud wrong. They stood as
an obstruction to the carrying out of the
wishes of the people. He expected to sea
the pledges of the Democratic party on
this question re.leemed. Such a course
was vital to the interests of the govern
ment and the happiness of the people.
The people had thrust the Democratic
party into power in order to enable it to
repeal those laws which had been put into
fjree by the Republican party.
Densou of Alabama followed In a
speech of a similar tenor, In which be
denounced the federal election laws. Re
ferring to the war he ereated a laugh by
the sentence: "You were successful, but
you did not whip us; we wore ourselves
out trying to whip you." He did not deny
that there could be violation of the fed
eral election laws in the south, but no
law had ever been enacted that had not
been violated in the north as well as in
the south. Men from the north could not
tell men from the south that "you have
the beam in your eye and we have only the
motejin ours," Laughter. Th?re were
some men who said that there might be
another war. He was not one of those.
He had had enough of that. Laughter.
He then proceeded to argue '.against the
federal election laws on constitutional
grounds, and he and Ray of New
York grew controversial and argumenta
tive Jon this point, Ray taking the contrary
Cooper of Florida opposed the federal
election laws. They were productive of
nothing but evil, and ought to be wiped
out with all the speed that could be given
to legislative proceedings. Clark of Mis
souri said that one of the reasons why the
people had hurled the Republican party
from power was that that party was the
inveterate enemy of free elections. The
average citizen liked fair dealing. The
peuple did not like the idea of United
States marshals swaggering around the
polling places with bludgeons in their
hands and their pistols by their side, say
ing who should vote or should not vote on
any pretence or on no pretence at all.
He then went on to discuss the negro
question, and predicted that within a
short time ihe people of the south, white
and black would be found working to
gether on all economic questions.
Statemeat or Iieceipt. and Expenditures.
Washington, Oct. 3. The treasury de
partment has issued a comparative state
ment of the receipts and expenditures
of the government for the month of Sep
tember and for the fiscal year to date.
It shows that the receipts for September,
1M)3, are $6,500,000 less than for September,
1892, and for the first quarter of the
present fiscal year they are $'20,000 less
than for the same quarter of the fiscal
year 1892. The expenditures for Septem
ber, 19U3, are $2,750,000 more than for Sep
tember, 1802, and for the first quarter of
the present fiscal year they are $3,500,000
more than for the same quarter of the
fiscal year 1692.
The Sea Inland Sufferer.
Washington, Oct. 3 The following
telegram has been received from Miss
Clara Barton, president of the American
National Red Cross at Beaufort, S.- C:
"The Red Cross has officially accepted and
assumed control of the relief of the sea
island sufferers, tendered two weeks ago
by the governor and committeis of South
Carolina. This implies the housing, feed
ing, clothing and nui sing of 3 Jk;o people
f.r eight months with no aid from the
government and no fund but the direct
charity of the American people. Our
headquarters and address is at Beaufort,
Hi port on the Cruiser Detroit.
Washington. Oct. 3. The report of the
board that conducted the final trial of the
cruiser Detroit lias been received at the
navy department. It shows that the ves
sel needs hut f repairs to render her en
tirely satisfactory for final acceptance bv
tl.e government. These repairs will be
made at once, and the vessel will be or
dered to proceed to Rio on Wednesday. It
is the present iutention of the department
to send her to Rio, and she will go there
unless something occurs to render this un
necessary. Coinage at the Mint..
Washington, Oct. 3. Coinage executed
at the mints of the United States during
September aggregated 7,457,f74 pieces of
the total value of $6,814,273, as follows:
Gold, S14,f74 pieces, value $5,932,270; sil
ver, 2,382,400 pieces, value $S05,1S5; minor
coin, 4,360,600 pieces, value $76,818. The
heaviest coinage of gold was in eagles
and half eagles, and in silver of quarters.
The Case uf Boyuton.
Washington, Sept. 3. Secretary Her
bert ays that there is nothing new in the
case of Boynton, the American captured
by the British in the Rio harbor, and
turned over to the Charleston's com
mander. "I want him to be held," said
the secretary, "and have so instructed
Lighthouse Hoard Recommendations.
Washington, Oct. 3. The lighthouse
board of the treasury department has
recommended to Secretary Carlisle for in
corporation into his forthcoming estimates
the construction of from fifteen to twenty
new lights on the lakes ranging from the
lowest to the highest order of lights.
LEADS TO A POPULAR MOVEMENT.
The Mailt field Mine Disaster Stir. Cp the
People of Marquette.
Marquette, Mich., Oct. 3. The awful
disaster at the Mansfield Iron mine last
Friday has already led to a popular move
ment for the modification of the Btatute
creating the office of county inspectors of
mines and vesting in the county board of
supervisors the choice of mine inspector.
Two-thirdt cf the supervisors in the min
ing districts are resident managers or chief
clerks of the mines, thus making the
mine inspector dependent for his election
upon the very corporations whose meth
ods he is charged by law to scrutinize.
Instead of a disinterested and impartial
official he is a mere tool of the mining
companies and concludes bis perfunctory
investigations into mine accidents with a
stereotyped report exonerating the com
pany from nil blame. The next legisla
ture will be urged to make the inspector
elective by popular vote in the same man
ner as ether county officers. It is also
suggested that the county system of in
spection be abolished and a state inspector
elected, merging into his office that of
commissioner of mineral statistics.
Spanish Anarchists Active.
Barcelona, Oct. 3. Though the police
have been for the past two weeks more
than extraordinarily active in their pursuit
of anarchists it becomes evident through
a discovery that has been made that some
members of that brotherhood of criminals
are still pursuing their avocations. The
town of Villanueva-y-La-Geltru, twenty
five miles southwest oftbis city, was the
scene of the latest anarchist exploit.
When a policeman was patrolling the
streets in that town he found lying neftfftJ
that were apparently powerful enough to
have blown the house to pieces. Fuses
had been attached to the bombs and the
ground bore traces of their burning, but
the bombs were faulty in construction
and had refused to explode when the Ore
reached them. X
Made an Assignment.
BliOOELYN, Oct. 3. Henry Humbert &
Co., manufacturers of jellies and table
delicacies at 818 Fulton street, Brooklyn,
have made au assignment to Francis A.
Doyle, They claimed in August last to
have an investment of $10,500 ia stock
Uroke Milwaukee'. Treasury.
Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 3. The fire and
police departments and a majority of the
city officials drew their September pay
and it broke the city treasury.
PIANO AND ORGAN PRIZES-
W.W. Kimball carries Off the Honors at
the World's Fair.
Chicago, Oct. 3. The first ofiicial
announcement of the World's fair di
plomas on pianos and organs was
made today. W. V. Kimball carries
off the highest honors in both de
partments. Decided the Association Legal.
St. Paul, Oct. 3. The United States
circuit court of appeals handed down
among other decisions one of national im
portancethat of the Trans-Missouri
Freight association which association,
was attacked under the Sherman anti
trust act as illegal. In the court J beloV,
which was the United States circuit court
for the district of Kansas, the plaintiff in
the case appealed to the United States
circuit court of appeals, and the decision
of the court below is affirmed. The deci
sion of the lower court was iu favor of the
Trana-Missouri Freight association.
Siamese Convention signed.
Pap.is, Oct. 3. M. Develle, the minister
of foreign affairs, has received a dispatch
from M. Lemrye de Vilos. the French
special envoy to Siam, stating that the
new convention between France and Siam
has been signed. M. Develle furter states
that a further convention includes a prop
osition for a customs regime that ia
more favorable than the previous treaty
was to commerce between the French
possessions and the Siamese frontier.
LIVE STOCK AND PFfODUCE MARKETS
Chicago. Oct. 2.
Following were the quotations on the.
Hoar J of Trade today: Wheat October,
opened 6C!ic. closed ttiJtic; Decemtwr, opened
tu4c, c.o-eJ. 6yaic: May, opened 7&g closed
76;ie. Corn Oetuber. opened 89Jc, olosed
siiJdc; Decemter, opened 4i'Xc, do.-ed 404&c;
May, oieue l oc; cosed 44ic. Oats Oc
tober, o.enel Sue, closet 2;?c; December,
opened -SH, Closed -site; May, opened 32c,
closed 31;sc. Pork October, opened $16.60.
closet SL5.ii ; January, op-ned $13.V7&
closed $ 14.U3. Lard October, opened $9.3U,
Live Stock: Tho prices at the Union
Stock yards today ranged as follows:
Hogs Estimated receipts for tho day, 22,000;
quality better; left ovt r abjut ,0iU; market
rather active on packing and shipping ac
count, and prices wo 1 maintained, espe
cially on the better qualit.es during the
day; 6a:es were made at j 0 3. ju pigs
$8.ou3G 9.) light, $.M)I6.0 rough packing
$8.U3S.bJ mixed, and $Uu3(J.o5 heavy pack
ing and shipping lots.
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day.
22.UUU; quality fair; market fairly active
on local anJ shipping account and prices
Beady and unchanged; quotations ranged at
$5. 3535. 7u choice toextra shipping steers, 84.65
G,5.25 good to choice do, t4.uoA4.55 fair ti
good, $3.3u33.8J common to medium do,
$3.0('33 70 butchers' steers, $1.0032.73 stock -ers,
$2.533.30 feeders, $I.Ou32.8J cows, $2.00
2.S0 heifers, $1.5033.50 bulls, 2.1 3 2.8 Telia
steers, $2.5J(i4.1i western rangers, and $2,503
6.50 veal calves.
Sheep Est mated receipts for the day,
10, (XXI; quality fair; market rather active; feel
ing stealy; quotations ranged at $2.1533.00
per 10 j lbs westerns, $.'.0CK3,i4J Texas, $1.9 J
4. 15 natives and $1.7'&4.V0 lambs.
Produce: Batter f ancy separator, 28Vi
&2c per lb; fancy dairy, 2323o; pack
ing stock, 15ai5!c. Eggs Fresh stock,
19c per doz. Live Poultry Chickens, Do
per lb; turkeys, l.'ai2c; ducks, 8)$a9o;
geese, $I.0J42.tV'O per doz. l'o atoes Wis
consin Kose, tiae stock, 5S360o per bu. Sweet
Potatoes Jerseys. $1.1)033.25 per bbl. Ap
plesFair to fancy, $-'.503.15' per bbl.
Honey White clover, 1 -lb sections, 14CJ
lie per lb; broken comb, li12c; dark
cjuiI). ijood condition, 10312c; extracted.
East BcrrAno, Oct. 2.
Cattle 123 cars thruUh. 19 J loads on salef
market fairly active and 15j2jc higher for
Rood grades: common lots i0c bett r; good
Vi'rt to MlKMb steers. $1.9J&5.10; ohoice
1.3i0-:b. $126.96.36.199; fat cows, $2.7CK38.25
stockers, $2.i03i.8J. Hogs S5 cars through,
;0 loads on sale; market higher, Yorkers,
eornfed, I7.10i7.15c; grassers and Mlcht
;ans. $d.90&7.oO; good mixed packers. $7.0$
a71: good to extra and heavy, $7.1&&7.20
pigs, $6.40&'. 7i. ciheep and Lambs IS cart
through, 4 i loads nn .ale; market fairly a
Live and 2:c higher for iambi; sheep steady
fair to good sheep, $3l&i.U0; choice extra
wethers, $4.2'; common to fair lamb, $4 tt
S4 5; goolta extra, $1.1535.50; one decs
The Loral Market.
Hay Timothy. rs'0O9.0O: upland. $9a$10S
slouei, 16.00357.00; baled. $10.0039.00.
Butter Fair to choice, S6i2Sc; creamery, 30c
Eres Fresh, ISc.
Poultry Chickens, 13c; tnrkey. l'-M; dicks
12Kc; geeee, 10c.
FKCIT AND TEBBTABIES.
Apples $:t 000 r..00 per bbl.
ODions COe per bn
Turnips nc pit bu.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed eWrs
4'?l4c; cows and neifeis. Sii'i2c calves
fence p 6c.
PUREST AnD BEST.