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Nothing to mack delight the
ladies la th whole realm of dry
poods, as Embroideries. Wo
have just received about five
hnmlred piece of these barbing
er of spring, and place all on
nale tomorrow. This very im
portant line of goods was selec
ted with great care, with ref
erence to the most aesthetic
taste wf oar patrons. Designs
are every one new. The artist
hit simply surpassed himself in
rfTerts to please the most fastld
ions. SWIM llDGtSGS.
And tasertions to match. Also
pink. bine, black, red and hello,
Embroidery on white grounds,
rionnoings 10 to 40 inches wide.
Prices range from 2 eeats up
ward. Also sets of three and
arts of four widths. Designs
that are simple Chic." An
early visit to this department
will rertalaly pay.
Our patrons that purchase
wah goods early will be glad to
know that we are able to an
Bonne a large Invoice of NEW
M'RING GOODS, and place them
un sale tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock. It is our purpose to
please nnd a! wars to be FIRST In
the field with' NEW GOODS.
NEW STYLES and LOWEST
TRICES. This season promises
to be one of the greatest wash
goods seasons on record, and our
record as leaders in this depart
ment will be maintained. This
first invoice will be an earnest
of what our patrons may expect
from time to time during 1H94.
SATTEEXS will be In very great
demand from the medium grades
to the high class quality. A new
weave that we think very well of,
and one that will certainly com
mand wide attention, is the
TELLA TELLA DUCK. It
comes in light and dark grounds,
sprinkled with small dots or
broken check.' For little boys'
suits of S to 4 years they cannot
be matched, and are equally de
sirable for misses and girls, be
sldos being very inexpensive, and
look like n high-priced fabric.
Then comes ginghams. They
are entirely different from those
f past seasons, and happily so.
The large sprawling plaids are
missing, ami displaced by little
dainty checks and stripes; also
at times Interwoven with a
heavy cord. The texture this
season Is especially worthy . of
notice, and we cannot speak in
too high term of praise of the
foreign and home manufactur
ers' skill In producing such sheer
effects. Another new fabric in
the wash goods realm. Is a cloth
similar to a crepe, nnd yet a
great Improvement over crepes,
as we have known them In the
part. They simple baffle de
scription. Some look more like
band embroidered or needl
work. Then come the "Shirred
Effects." another new fabric
that will go lihe wild fire. and
the price is very modest. These
and many more that time fails
us to tell about, will be found la
"r Viae Wash Good" depart
ment, la the west room under
the large skylight to the left.
We shall be pleased to have
J on cull and become acquainted
with the new things as they
come in front time to time.
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HAY BE TROUBLE.
Officers and Troops Clash at
What the Corbett-Mitchell
Fight May Precipitate.
President and Party en Route
to Hartford, t
Doings of the National Law
Jacksonville. Jan. 24. The offi
cers are having hard work to control
the troops, and bloodshed is feared.
The governor has ordered the entire
militia here, nnd serious trouble is
ASHtXQ-rox. Jan. 24. The wavs
and means committee voted to re
port the full bill, including the in
come tax. The house went into
committee of the whole again to con
aider the tariff. Representative Belts
nooTer opened tbe debate.
Pros lesat M Mm BIU.I .
New York. Jan. .24 President
Cleveland, his aislcr, and Private
Secretary Thurher arrived this
morning, unit passed through to
Hartford to attend the funeral of the
president's nephew. Thcv will re
Latboraa Charrh Destroyed.
St. Loris, Jan. 24 The Bethle
hem Lutheran church was destroyed
br lire this mornlnc with a loss nf
BollHsa Off to the Battle.
CoLI'Msia. Pa.. Jan. 24. J. L.
Sullivan leaves todav for Florida to
witness the battle.
PiiiLAtELiiiiA. Jan. 24. Editor
Childs condition is about the same.
Cltrfctftaa ScHoca Tiialnal.
t'TKA. X. Y Jan. 14. -The Oneida
1 V grand ' Jury reported
Christian aclenca tlrntmmt as follows:
"We ballera that a rrmedr for an evfl of
thla kind can ouly be found by tbe enact
meat of lejrlalatioa which will afford a
natter awl atrongtrr security to the theory
and practice of medidue.n Tbe attention
of tbe grand 'Jury bad been called to tbe
death of Ha. Sophie Canlk-I.l. late of
BoonevlUe. In tbe last lew weeks of her
life she was treated by Christian Sclent
bats, and died without tbe attendance of a
Wat to Jail Rather Tkaa Pay.
LAXCAiiTEB. IV, Jan. 24. Benjamin
Good of Coueatoga towtmhip, went to jail
sooner than pay bis sister tbe portion of
his motiier'e estate, amounting to fimo.
Which tbe auditors found her entitled to
He was tbe administrator and claims.
notwithstanding the ennrt confirmed tbe
auditor's report and hml ordered him to
pay over tbe money, that she bad received
ber share of the estate and was uot en
titled to the Kim. lie was. therefore, com
mttted for contempt of court.
Wealthy Object, mf Charity.
MlLWAtKEC, Jan. SI. Agent Frellson
of tbe Associated Cunrities. has begun a
crusade against the pruple of means who
are receiving aid fnim the county and
(rum tbe Associnted charities. lie has al
ready on bis list people who own bouses
and nave a monthly pay roil. One tarn
lly that has been receiving aid for several
years owns a farm in the interior of tbe
state, for which it receives a rental.
Break for Liberty.
Richmond, Va.. Jan 84. Twelve of the
boys confined in the reformatory at Laurel,
a few miles from the city, made their
cape. Tbe institution is conducted by tbe
Prison Itelorui Association of l truinia.
and to it. In the discretion of courts, boys
may be committed in lieu of beina sent to
the penitentiary, i he lnt. lor lilierty was
a bold one, the guards being taken com
nletclv br surprise and the whole affair
was evidently preconcertea.
Plisalssd the lajaartlaa,
CLEVELAXU. Jan. 34 Judge Ricks la
tbe United States circuit court baa dis
solved the Injunction obtained
months ago by tbe Edison Electric
MOT against tbe Buckeye Electric com
pany of tbl city, restraining tbe Utter
from ma uu tact a ring an improved incan
descent electric lamp. The Buckeye
works which have been cloned down since
the injunction was granted will resume at
oars with 3W men.
s Debalf of the rassalMs,
WasMSoTox. Jan. M. IVnca (Pop.) of
Colorado, on bebalf of tbe Populist ele
ment la congress, will offer an amendment
to the Income tax bill when it b undercoa
ideratloa In tbe hie providing for a
graduated tax aa lullosrs: Tweuty-Hve
hundred dollars to !0.m. I per cent.: 10.
tswiotEUil.3pcr cent. M'.MW lotfio.ax,
per rent.: nym tnitf,uo,4 per cent;
over tiaejuw, a per cent.
Caaso Into the WoM to IMe,
Chablkstox. W. Va., Jan. M Mrs. At
Master Cllltoa, at Acsae. near this city,
Bve birth to four daughters. Alt died
Wieba Bar d.
St. PETUBSCBM. Jan. 84. -The Impetial
ranalala and Glass works, together with
SaTsalSBlMa sassAia east ascdeU, hove
Jafiaa Ralph, the writer, has been vtetim-i-.
be isslBiahi of West Uassaaad
MOLD SECRET MEETINGS.
i of ttM Aa
bmwxotox. nis.. Jul m.-a eute I
of delegates from local Ameri
can Protective association lodges through
out Illinois opened in this city and will
continue three days. A large number of
the LOSS delegate, sv bo are expected are
aireeuycn the city sod preUmlnary meet
ings are being held. The closest secrecy I
wiu oe maintained throughout. The
meetings will be held at Turner hall,
which has been elaborately decorated for
the occasion. Tbe hall has beenrompletely
turnedorertotbeassociatkm. The Janitor
has given the keys over to the association
and has been granted a vacation. Guards
are at every entrance. While a great
many are at the hotels a large number will
be entertained at private homes. There
are three lodges of tbe American Protec
tive association in Monmington and a la
dies' auxiliary, and it is claimed there are
over 1,500 members in tbe city. There are
a number of lodges in email towns in the
FRIGHTFUL WRECK AVERTED.
OastracttosM a the Kailway Track with
Oil to Fire the Debris.
Kew Yoitlt, 24. A large barrel of oil,
twelve pine railroad ties, a tree, and a
wagon were placed on tbe New Jersey and
ew 1 ork railroad tracks near Oradell. X.
J., just before a passenger train was due.
Engineer Ackerman saw tbe obstruction
and stopped Lis engine within a few feet of
it. Tbe train was due in Jersey City at
V:15 p. m. Tbe paswngers were much
frightened. Detectives were hunting for
the would he wreckers all uigbt, but no
clew is reported. Tbe oil was stolen from
tbe Oradell depot.
It is supponed that the oil was used so
that in case the train wan wrecked the bar
rel was to he broken and the oil set on fire
by tbe engine, which would communicate
it to the cars and cause torn of life by burn
ing. It took the united efforts of six men
to remove t be trucks and ties. The truck
weighed l.wm itounds.
THE KITTSON ESTATE.
AMeaapt at the Heirs af Sophy f min
ts Break the Will.
ST. PAUL, Jan. 84. Judge Willis of tbe
district court began the bearing of testi
mony in tbe suit pending between repre
sentatives of Sophy Creviar, now deceased.
and tbe heirs of the late Commodore Kitt
son, tbe millionaire. The purpose hi to
perpetuate testimony which will be needed
when that action comes to trial Among
the witnesses is Charles Perry, brother of
opby Crevier, who in alleged by the
claimants to be tbe first ' and only lawful
wife of Xonuau W. Kittaoo, deceased.
Sophy Crevier. or Sophy Perry, as abe was
when commodore Kittsou first knew her,
was tbe mother of tbe commodore's oldest
sou. Xorman Kittson of this city. If ber
claim aa widow of Commodore Kittsou is
lUshed. It will nwAU Wegrthnate
children of every one of the Kittson heirs
living, with tbe exception -of tbe eldest
child, Norma rC
IlllaaW Niarl Works Kasmiag.
JoUET. Ills., Jan. 24. Tbe Illinois Steel
mills started up with VW men at work.
The mill will run steadily for some time.
Next Monday tbe rod mill of the Illinois
Steel company, after lying bile for a year
will start and 1SW men will he put to work
In that department, Feb. 1, Lambert c
Bishop's wire mill, a branch of tbe Con
solidated Steel and ' Wire company, will
start up, giving employment to SOU men.
Tbe Phanix mills and several other small
factories will start up about that time.
Things begin to look better and tbe mer
chants as well as tbe laboring men are re
juicing over it.
Bsdl I'igbta. bat Kat Prise Fights.
Crrr or Mexuxi, Jan. 24. President
Diaz would not permit the Corbett-Mitch
ell fight to take place in Mexico. lie
made this statement to a representative of
the organization which was reecently
formed to pull off prize fights in this coun
try. President Diiix stated that if tbe
sirt is too brutal to lie given in tbe
United States it cannot be given in Mex
The government of tbe federal district of
Mexico has completed tbe deal by which
bull lighting is to he renewed in this city.
Tbe concessionaire is the city couueu.
Heavy Break la Kagar.
New Yokk, Jan. 24. An exciting time
in the sngar pool was to be expected on
tbe Stock exchange in view of the action
of the bouse abolishing tbe sugar bounty
aytOein and placing refined augar on tbe
free list. Tbe strong close of tbe day be
fore merely tended to increase the volume
of tbe offerings at tbe opening of business.
The first sale was of a block of 8,000 shares
of Sugar common at TW. a break of 2 and
then amid excitement the price went down
in I per cent, drops to Tfi, where a halt was
called In tbe downward rusn.
Caersatory mt Masic Baraed.
Jacksonville, Ills.. Jan. 34. -Tbe Illi
nois Conservatory of Music was discovered
to be on fire in tbe midst of recitations,
and at ooce there was a scene of wild con
fusion. Tbe fire originated in tbe hot-air
flue and tbe entire building was soon en
veloped in flames, as they were not found
until they bad made their way to the attic
through tbe partitions. Tbe teachers and
pupils umuaged to get out, but there were
some narrow escapes, ine ouiiuuig
much damaged and the loss will foot up
many thousand dollar.
FosTOUlA, O., Jan. 24.-OII excitement is
running higher than ever in this vicinity
and tbo new territory west of tbe city is I
beina- ranktlv covered with derricks. Ala
looey No. 1 was shot aad is now flowing
five barrels an hour. The Wiaemaa well
has been drilled deeper and ia now produc
ing SUU barreU a day.
Job L. I. fiotag to tbo Fight.
Habkissibo. Fa. Jan. a 4. -John L. SuV
livan. tbe ex-champion pugilist of the
world, appeared at the opera bouse here ta
the leading rots in his new play. At tbe
elow of tbe Performance he announced
that be would leave for Jacksonville to
see the Corbett-Mitchell flght. He to coo-
dent that the aaea will fight, and says
that Corbett will erta.
Heirs of Pophy Crevier have broagbt suit
at St. Paul to recover tbe H.Ooo.OO) estate
left by Commodore Kittson, alleging tJjiat
1LU T7BD3C3DAT. JAUUA&T 1, 1CD4.
MOVE TO RECOMMIT
The Hope of House Opponents
of the Wilson Bill.
riGHTOVEK 8UGAB ASD GOAL ENDED
Sa Far aa Cm
atlltee af the Whole la Oast
Both af Them oa tbe Fees
Liat-rrleads af Protectloa mm
Prod acts aad Ire "FtoBplag Together
The Mrnggte Over lroa Begaa-
WAsRiKGToy, Jan. 24, The vote on tbe
tariff bill thus far, especially upon matters
in which many members were interested
such as coat and sngar has revived talk
of a movement to recommit tbe entire Wit
son bill. Representative Haines, of New'
York, has been arranging such a move,
but the members of the ways and means
committee say it cannot prevail. Breckin
ridge, of the committee, says: "There has
not been a vote on any amendment which
would indicate a doubt of the final pas
sage of the bill -as a whole. The change in
the sugar schedule may induce some gen
tlemen to say that they will vote against
the bill, but this is due to the feeling of the
moment and there is little probability that
many Democratic votes will be lost to the
bill as a result of amendments.
"On tbe contrary the committee Is well
pleased that tbe bill bas suffered such
slight clinnges, as it is far from amounting
to a mutilation of tbe measure. " Bryan.
Whiting, and others of the committee ex
pressed similar views. They have been
k-pt advised of the progress of Haines ef
fort to effect a combination to recommit
the bill, and they say it has never shown
s' rciigth enough to come within a long
way of carrying. At t he same time Haines
Is continuing his efforts, and claims to be
fnconraged at the outlook.
Free Raw aad ReBned Kasar.
The bouse did one thing upon resuming
consideration of the tariff bill that will
please the "radicals,' and that was to put
all sugar on the free list. At the adjourn
ment tbe day before there was considera
ble confusion becauae tbe action of the
house lad mixed up the sugar business.
making our kind free and the other dutia
ble. A suhKtitute wns adopted placing re-
nnetl sugar on tne iree list ny an over
whelming vote in winch the Kepublicans
Joined with the rsdieal Democrats against
the sugar men and several mem tiers of the
ways and means committee. With regard
to the sugar srhedale, therefore, the com
nut tee of the whole has aliolished the
bounty and placed all sugar, both raw and
refined on the free list. When it came to
consider the coal ar lieJule. however, the
committee fared much better, and all four
of tbe amendments o puce a duty of from
40 to 75 rents per top on coal n-ere beaten.
May Beosmaiit the Rill Vet.
Tbe debate upon 4 be coal schedule de
veloped a great deal of feeling among the
southern members, especially those from
Virginia West Virginia, Tennessee and
Alabama, whose states are interested
either in coal or iron ore. Tbe general
impression is that the defeat of the sugar
men and of those who are interested in re
taining a duty upon coal will result in
strengthening the movement developed on
the Democratic side to recommit t he bilL
If the iron men are defeated, and especial
ly if the income tax should lie placed upon
the bill as a rider later in the week, an
other strong faction on the Democratic side
will be added to this movement. The Ke
publicans will all vote for tbe motion to
recommit, and with the Democrats who
do not care to vote against the bill out
right, but who are not satisfied with it
in its present form, they may lie able to
muster a majority to send it back to the
What Was Raid la Ilclmle.
It was pretty bard on the southern Dem
ocrats who were opposed to free coal to
have the nlxiHtiou of duty confirmed, but
they atuuclily stood to tbe party guu. Al
dt-rsoo of West Virginia said that the Detn
ocrats were elected to reform the tariff and
they would reform it. This was no time
to measure TDssuocracy and no time to
bicker. Wheeler of Alabama criticised the
free trade character of the bill, and said it
put tbe burden on the south and left New
bngland to enjoy - a continuance of tariff
Hopkins (Kep.) of Illinois I judge that
the geutleman will vote against such a
Wheeler Xo. 1 will vote for it. Laugh-
1 urpin of Alabama said that his state
hod given a heavy Democratic majority for
the uational ticket.' Tbey did so because
tbey expected a tariff for revenue only.
They did not think that such men as Wil
son, McMillin, and Breckiuridge would
put coal ami iron on the free list.
Miaer. Vote Aualaat a Reduction.
CoLVMnrs, O., Jan. 24. The Ohio miners
refuse to accept a reduction in wages by
about MX) majority. Tbey are still in sex
lion. Tbe object was a cut. mi as to meet.
IT IS THE PEOPLE-
AND COT Tt3 Tnr.C"ULS
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For less than the Wilson Bill will ever
Reduce them, if thev should take the Tariff
Your choice of any of our fine Tailor
Made Overcoats in our house, none reser
ved, worth up to $30.00, for only
This offer is good until Saturday, but
bring this advertisement with you to get
this enormous discount. All overcoats at
the same discount.
Will cam job and t-?9 Tea wen.
For sale at ffsirei A;es3 Pksrmscy.
(Successor to B. WKSTJT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteenth Street
mmFlt and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Best
Glaring and Repairing Cone
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SAX&RCE, FOCK ISLAND,
SAX&R1CE, ROCK ISLAND,
Oar Purpose In
is to let ererybxiy who buys clothing that's all Man
kind here about know that our fall suitings are in, and
that the finest ever displayed in the city. You are ies
pec fully Invited to call and ee the latest in pattern!
. and styles, in fall and winter wear.
J. B. Z1MMER,
Call and leave your order
Stab Block Opposite Babpxb Hocstk
- Now Open
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
1707 Second avenue, ia the
store formerly occupied by
U. D. Folsom.
f Kail .
The Young America
And All-Kisht Lunch Counter.
Contractor and Builder.
Chop, Holly ZIose XXonae.
Residence. 410 EkTanth atraet.
I Prr Week. Ten
T ivLltXi ) Slz Copy. Ita"
uiBTUMi if warn i:i
The Christ "Orstaa" at Cararty saaaw
And Most Stylish,
210 Seventeenth flts
she wee tbe olny legitimate wue.