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ARGUS. VW-OS W . M- ... . . Bcsa niAna. rxu. teoagsat. neaviBT i. km. BOSTON STORE DAVENPORT. One and -one-half car loads of nice New Spring Goods, gleaned from all marts and dimes, just placed on sale at the Boston. Prices. Btt dark prists, 4c a ytrtf. rest 1 skating. lc a yard. Inferior quantities at low. f r price. Gutmp and dress trim, slap radaead from die. 44c, 53c aad S9c, at lOe a yard. Getaps aad dress trtau -lags radaead from Sc, Mc, lc aad lie, at ft a yard. Laces. See tat aew tfclags la lace. Fotat Da Parla lares, ftc a yard. Point De Sprite laces, at 8e a yard. Poiat Taaiea lac, at 10c yard. Boardoa laeat, at S7e a yard. Pol at Da Ireland laces, at c a yard. The Boston Store In the past week has been passing through a transformation pe riod. Winter goods hive been fast disappearing, and the beautiful New Spring Goods have replaced them. Nearly every depart ment has been replen ished and clerks have been as busy as bees arranging and mark ing new goods for your inspection. HMMED, FOB &V03DAOB. Cor.SceesdtndBndy. BENHAII UPHELD. Secretary Herbert'sCongratu lations to the Admiral. Excitement in the House Over the Tariff Bill. No Action at a Late Hour This Afternoon. Reported Victory of the Reb els at Nietheroy. Wamusoto. D. C. Feb. 1. Sec retary ot the Xtt Herbert, seat a dispatch to Admiral Benham express ing satisfaction at the judgment ex arcised by him ia proU-cting Ameri can commerce at Kio. ti'Mmnt la tfc. nanse. tVahigtox, D. C, Feb. 1. Fili bastera were again successful in the hoase this afternoon, and no action was taken on the Wilson bill. The barley schedule was lost. The house galleries are packed, and great ex citement exists. People cant get in or out. The city police have been called out to prevent a panic. It mm Wasrixctox. Feb. 1. At 3:3d Wil son has just finished speaking, and U being carried around the house. The rote ia being again taken on the barley schedule. The rote on the bill as a whole will probably not be taken before 6 o'clock. H.WI VWtary. HirKxos Ayres, Feb. 1. It is re- Krted the town of Nietheroy has tm CaDtnred bv the rebels, tnnno-h there Is no confirm.tijn of such re port. Cwtty 9trm tm Chime. Cricaou. Feb. 1 Felix Mars ton's wood en ware house was burned this morning, with a loss of S15),000. Stay M TwiHi la Hawaii I'vC Sax Ftusrtwo, PVb. 1 -Samuel rarker. msmbst of ex-Qnten UUuokalani's cabi net. has sailed for Honolulu. Heaadbeeu here several week oa prtrate boainem Before lea ring be rare to The examiner a letter to the Atkerfeaa people which may be dinwd aa ameoritative atatrment of the purpoao of the Royalists of his country. Terse penmate he Intimates are to "knock at" the annrsera when the time comes. That will ba when the United States shall Come to its ft lull decMon. As toother matter be only tells what everybody knows, that the "people" of the Hawaiian Islands have no desire for annexation or watte duoataatioo as H bow exists aad would overwaebuiaglx vote both down U liven a chance. ST. Lot is. Feb. 1. A IW-Obmateh special from Jackson, Mo., says: W. T. Walker, well kaowa throughout this see tina aa senior member ot the Arm of Walker at Corner, with his wife, was poi snood at supper in some mysterious man ner. Mrs. Walker died in the morning and Mr. Walker an hour after ber. Too poison is supposed to bars been adminis tered In their coffee, but bow, there is no clew. Walker la not known to have aa enemy and so far as known do dm was in their house far some hours previous to the fatal meaL Aa fcnvestigaUoa ia ia prog- W sated to rreess la Death. CAKSTltLK. Wis., Feb. L-Katie Bar roe, a pretty girl of 1", went to St. Paul. Instead of going to a hotel she walked up the Mississippi to the Omaha railway bridge and lay down uptia the snow. Tea hours later she waa found by a track walker almost f rosea to death. At Lb. city hospital It waa found that she was so badly fruara from the hips dowa that she wiU luse both legs, and wiU probably aot survive the shock. 8be gave no other ex planation lor ner art km tnaa that aha wanted to treese herself to death. EMaat-K w-It-Wald.a DECATta, Uls.. Feb. 1 After a game of irds at the residence of John A. Poster. near Prairie HaU. Miss Maggie Truelock at and killed ber affianced. Dave Im- dretn. iiaadretk bad taken bis revolver from his pocket, and supposedly removed the cart rls. Just before the game he Jokingly proposed that the winner should boot the loser. As the game closed Miss Truelock grasped the pistol aad pulled the trigger, but instead of the snapof aa empty cylinder a cartridge left ia the ehamuer exploded. Tirnven. Feb. L At the r t Many wool growers of the' western states -'- mmli J i-t- II . - wont growers' coarcntioa ia braver Feb. S. He has rscairsd a aotlce that the gov- Lraors of Peaasylvaaia aad Moaiaaa have . . . . - - i af oiatea " aMM Pali. 1. The eaaenf b V.I I. laat, the anarchist, who aa Dae. S threw ahembiatothe chamber of depatiss,for which crime he was tried aad seateaesd to imlh. baa hwa auatpsaid peadlaga fiaal xjt i il tollisiilsatCaraot. SaitLa aclT-TFeb. l.Joha Harst, araaehmaala Malad. Ida.. uspattsd hie wife of aadaa latlmary with Morgan R. Morgaa. a asighhor. aad after a aaarrei wMh bsr weat lor Hand ZXair cat from the heads of lead wo mm sjeeei proves sarief armory ( aa axps Mad haitdwuaoT kaviog ao dSSScnuty la dttecttag It. CLOSE CALL FOR A RIOT. 1s meads Dcxvn, CoL. Feb. l.-A riot in the senate was tmmlnent aad wauUhavs oc curred save for the preaence of many ladim aad School child mi a The goreroor's friends mansd aevcral auaorea maa aow a ia a body to demand that the senate do business. They took psismidoa of the lobby, cheered, hissed, aad hooted when member rasa taak i J?1 P- Plainclothes. The ladies aad children were badly fright ened, butcould not escape because ot the crash. The crowd had come to hear the governor a reply to the reqoest that he ad journ the kgniatura. Ia his ninm.s he "la an Minim tk .li. stale would he derelict ot his duty it be availed himself of aa authority give, to bim by the constitution to Under a bourn honestly striving to legislate in the inter est of the people by giving aid and assist ance to a bodv realm Ua ta . evea revainUooary measures to prevent the coaiideratloa of acts calculated to pro. bww HI a a i weiCS FoUoarina tha mJIh. - Senator Mchlinlev nM V. tioa to adjoura Feb. 8. Aa effort to coa- -er ma luraer tae suspension of the rules faikd. The senate Onallr adioamed to Friday. POMEROV RELIEF 8CANDAL. ' MMt ftsaat.a fa. fmrMw. Fort noDoa. Ia.. (u . i a has atruck the Pami". mII .-j.n..nua aad public Indigaatloa over the miaap- aropnauoaof aaoo by the committee oa the chnritv fnnd la riUn1 TW mitteebeida meeting at Pomeroytodd- icnuiiK i or nest coarse to pursue, and all the mambeea of t aui.i Mayor Granger of this city derided to keep .W. -ta.l. WL I "" Mtmrj laugoea at uraager waen he fall 1 M.nnilti. .! I ... bim be had no nerve and to brace up and put on a bold face.' He, however, yielded to his better arose and forwarded to Traas nrar Lower the MOO be received. The f3,S0O taken ia : clear of the expenses of the committee, aa they were paid aad the railroads paaaed the members tree. The Daily Chronicle calls on the governor to demand a report, and if he re fuses fne tha WUhtni. n .!.- .x ' mmv IH, t be outrage, and as a test resort for the donors to sue the members of the commit The MaaiaiU Prmaras. Feb. 1. It i tha inimtiA. of the Allegheny county authorities to make short work of the Matwneld coal lesion rioters The thlefe-nfaa nan. mm. rested were given bearings in the Jail on tae cnarge ot smiawiut assembly, 'ennire McMillta of ManaHeid mwsided anl b.1.1 all tha an sail ti - - then taken to the grand Jury and ten min utes later irua- bum were found against tbeeatha petty. It Is possible the cam will he called ia oourt this Week and rail roaded through. . torhxblaBaal. DEXTK8, Feb. 1. Colonel JL. C Flak. of whom Senator Bord said is the senste he had never earned an honest dollar, has challenged the senator to fight a dueL inecotoaeiaaystr the senator dors aot publicly retract and apologise for bis of fensive remark, or accept the challege, he will brat hia hratas out with a dub. Colonel Flak ht president of the Pan American Itimetallhe association. CRATTAXoooa. Tenn., Feb. 1. Rev. C W. Lewis, colored, with many aliaam, was tailed by Special PmKioo Examiner Fits Patrick and the most gigantic pension frauds ever known in the south have been unearthed, which will lead to the arm t of probably a hundred negroes implicated wttn Lewis in swindling the government. Irslaad WR1 Sot liinil Batata. ST. Paul, Feb. 1. When Archbishop Ireland was shows the St. Lonie dispatch toting that he would succeed Mgr. Satolll aa papal delegate to this country he was at first Inclined to consider it aa too Improb able to deserve consideration, but being urged he aaid: "When Mgr. SatoUi snail be recalled be will have successor and that successor will come from Borne. It is decidedly the policy of the pope that no bishop occupying any aee la the United States could Lc the delegate to this coun try." Michigan's Salary lasilsnt - LA Mike, Feb. 1. The supreme court baa granted aa order for Secretary Jochim, Tieasutst Hambitarr aad Land Commhv si oner Berry, to show cause why tbey ahoald aot convene aad re-canvass the ItM salary amendment vote. The order is returnable Feb. . At that time the at torney general, whose salary is affected thereby, will doubtless contest the right of the present canvassing board to review the work of a fanner board. Bmallaaa at QUags. Mtek. Otseuo. Feb. I. Aha Buraside, an em ploye ia the paper mill, was taken sick with what waa supposed to be scarlet fever. He escaped from the house, caught cold and died and it waa then discovered that be had the smallpox. Dr. Chase and aa assistant, who disinfected the house, have since come down with the disease aad are bow ia qnaraatiae. The schools havebeea ordered closed and every person ia towa vaccinated. Cbkauo, Feb. 1. Detective Charles Arado of the Harrison Btreet atation was shot aad Instantly killed by Patxolanm Jofaa A. Baeoa of the Cottage Grove A ve nae station. Arado waa at a disw putabta danreatwhirha diatnrfaaaee are aa. 1MB- osr llaxoa satercd aad was act apoa by Arado aad otatrs. The row waa adjoarned totheatrset and Arado and Bacoa opened fire apoa each ether with the above re sult. . Vaaatxaroii, Feb. 1. The Iowa Kepub Ih a aad aama other friends gave a cam pMr f hanauat to Rrprearatativa Car. a,iB honor of his ehwtioa to t JMtWa stasia, Tha haaqnet tha IHaaas to extend thaw h 1 artl'sw i nagTntV latioas aa Ma ptomotiua to the apaar MRS. F0 (JAIKSAID. . i: . . - A Coughlin WfWss, Says 6he 8woreFlselF. . AJ ALIBI F0 ITS ROHT OF HT 4, Which If Wast.au y Btaaa. a Big la the Chain reutyd hy tha Fiast.altea A CMnto mt rdHck traatllvaa Proves Wltaees tsc "Big Daa" ear- lag af .tetania Tiiade! gat's Case Feet- Chicago, Feb. fr la the Croala mnr- dcr trial the defeaes lled Michael Whal- en, an officer com with the police force for twenty and at one time the t ravelins nal Dan Cougfalin, the defendant. He was I a cousin of Patrick O' Sullivan. In 188SM be waa doing police dnty in citiaea'a dothre. Whalen traveled with DeteaUta Kliager a year prior to May. vm, bat on thd Tth of that month he was assigned to dutyjwith Coughlin. Wit nee atated he had not known the prisoner intimately wntil the He swore that be saw Da Cougfalia Ulking to Cantata Schaack at the Chicago Avenue station at 8 o clock oa the evening of the 4th of May, the night Dr. Crania waa murdered. He also aaid he waa with Cough lin from 8 to W o'clock of the same even teg in a saloon, aadshey then returned to the station. Tha purpaee of this testi mony was to show that Cougfalin waa at the Chicago Aitaaii station at 8 o'clock and again at 10 owk when he could not have been ear eotering the Carlson cot tage at 8:10 o'clock: da testified by Mertaa, nor in Neimana'a Osloon on Ashland ave uoe at 10:30 as swat a to by Niemann. Caattaaiets ata. Fay's TetiaMmy. Whalea testified further that he was with Coughlin every day after the murder up to the time the tetter was arrested. He directly contradicted the testimony of sirs, r oy, wn swore that on Sunday, Stay 12, Coughlin visited ber bouse. lie also told how be and Coughlin bad looked for the man who drove Dr. Cronin to the Carl u cottage. Whaleu went on to give the details of the story told by Frank outrun, the young man who misled the police for some time after the murder. He declared that he bad been discharged from the police because he bad testified for the defense at the former triaL On crom-ex-aisinatiun Attorney Bottum attempted to ahowthat Whalea Was discharged from the police force for gross neglect of duty, and that be was reinstated as a result of a political deal made with ex-Mayor liemn- itead Waahburne. . Tho witness denied the charges indignantly.' MAYOR HARRISON'S SLAYER. Motiaa far a Saw-1 Trial Csatlaaed far Two Weeks. Chicauo, Feb. 1. Hearing of the mo tion fur a now trial In the case of Patrick issue Prcndcrgast was again continued for two weeks by 'Judge Brrntaao, At torney Trade of the prosecution and At torney Wade for the defense are ill. It was agreed several days ago that when the cae came up it should, go over. Prendergnst was . brought into court shortly before the proceedings began. He looked pale aad emaciated. His hair, which formerly stood up straight in pomp adour style, baa been allowed to grow and is now combed back from bis forehead. He b growing a mustache and burnsidea. He paid no attention to the big crowd that filled the court room and sat with down cast eyes while the attorney were making toeir statements to toe court. Xa Warranted ay the SHaathm. ST. PAt-L, Feb. r.-A Duluth disiiatch says of the charges made by Mayor D Autmnont against the American Loan aad Trust company that the sensational reports are not warranted by the situa tion. A few months ago the company felt inclined "to throw up itt Bands," but ow ing to the panicky condition of things the other banks gut it to ocabit from such a course aa widespread auin would have followed, but since tbeotthe company'a af fairs have famaroved) greatly aud there is now aa deaira as diarouttnue. There is no prospect that there) 4J1 be any suits brought, either civt or criminal. The matter would never have come up were it aot for polities. at t.r u Con I A, Feb 1. The Duke and Duchess of Sase-Coburs Goths. aeeomnaniMl he their eon, made their Mate entry into uowa. ine occasion was one of great pomp, the whole town being decorated with the German aad Kuglish colors. Un- oaBpiiyn, rainea beamy and thus spoiled tb. pleasure of the large crowds assem bled to- mil l thm link. ..wl their arrival at the capital. Mamsok. W-isF! 'l In a suit by Mrs. Carrie A. Ford ajauast Father James F. Howe, pastor of the Catholic church at Edgerton, the Jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff for s&Auu. hire. Ford anad mm ja-inH, tor sianoer. raj sorted .years ft. taerVof I ILtJM I I 1 1 1 w I 111 nrfjn purest J AT3 BEST less wyisvtF t PRICE-OF C HI3 DRA'IDS HALVES,irJ.a SOLDILjftlJJ OllLY ,i. .''' i . , Clqr Gtoro. For less than the Wilson Bill will ever Reduce them, if they should take the Tariff all off. 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. Big Gtore. lo Life Worth THAT DEPENDS UPON TOUR HEALTH. Living? MONROE'S TONIC Will oars t For sate at I heT y.-a well. M B. WXMXT.) Merchant -:-Tailor, 119 Eighteenth 8treeL tOYW. and Workmanship Guar anteed the Best Cleaning aad Repairing Done CXX&RWE, ROCXSLAK'D, $14.97, SAXARJC, RGSXSLAND, Oar Parpose In VERCOATS is to let eTerjbxJj who boys clothing that's all Man kind here about know that, our Baitings are in, and tbat the finest ever displayed in the city. Ton are res pectfully Invited to call and see the latest in palferns and styles, in fall and winter wear. J. Ba Z. Catt and leave your order 5T4.a Block Oppobttx Hapb Honsa: 17ITIOETAXm Steam Cracker Bakery, XTow Open with a replete stock of Fall and Winter Suitings at No. 1707 Second avenuo, in tha store formerly occupied bj H. D. Folsom. na. kjii . Imported and Domestic Suitings The Young .Asiiierica SAMPLE nOOIIr Aad Ail-Night Lunch Counter. 210 CareJltMaUl Ot. J. SPILQER, Contractor and Bnildera CXtop, XXaly none XXoi Blue Front. ILL Blue Front. IU, Advertising ER, GRAGKGR, CO., Sfc Twit O-wat tnr TSu at. TWysisawa Tea Christ "OtstbV aae Ckrlstv Wavaa. aocsia a The Latest And Host Stjlisn Reaidenoa. 410 EbTenth street.