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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 13. 18)4.
LEGAL.
AIBlXfTATOI-M KOTICK.
tat of Jum - Stnll, decrurd.
TIm a4nitrMl aavln lri anpotntral admin
ttnitorf tbf-aatatecf Jaajra K. mull, lata of
lk eoanty af Rnrk laland. ata'a of IlliBOta, d
taaaia, hereby (tvM mica that be will apprar
for th county court of Kntk lalard conn
t, M th ofrie of tbo dark of Mid conn, la
IM clt of Rork Inland, at th, June term, on
tat a rat Monday June at-n, at which
lata ail paramiA liarhts claim, acalaat aald ca
lata ara notified and reqneatrdtoattriMl for lb
parpnwof aartna; tbvaano adjaated. All per
aona tndrhtarl , to ral4 eatate are redacted to
Baaa, lmadariarrnentto trtantidcraijrrjaHi.
LLW'U L. 8TCLU
Admin lit rator.
Dated tblt ITib daof March, A. D. IS.
t.X.F.t rTOKM SOT1CB.
Batata af fcudoln Hr hweeke. iictmi,
Tb, andmirned barini; txto appointed arerrj.
lora of th, lact will and trataaarnt of Kodoluk
fwhwerkr. lat, ,f th, cone IT of Rock Iala.i
tat of Illlaol. drcraavd. hereby rirt notice
that tafT will aiioear before th, count, corn r
Mock l,iaad county, at the nfflc of the clerk nf
Honun.ii wcili or Mora laiann, at the
J iu, larva, oa th, Irat Monday la June next
at which tlBM all neraotia having claim, antra
aid aetata ara aotioed and requeeted to attead
i or iua purpoe, or oaring in, ram, adjtuned.
aii paraona mucuiea to aald ertaui ara re-
SH'aiaa as aau inuaadiaM payment to the an
rained.
Dated thla CM d of March. A. 1. 1AM.
mHKKT A. WAf.NEK,
W. K. IjCUK'El'hvB,
Kxecuton.
'kaararjr Matter.
TATHOrlLUSOIW. .i .
Hurt lHLi1lnn(iriTf. i
la the alrruit court of Hnrk Inland eountr. to the
May tens A. i. j4 la cnaucirj bill tu
Torerira, worTceire,
The B ark lawk Uomratmd Building, lian
aviria; aanctatH roaaplainant. Ta. Albert W.
Wad.worta. Cora h. VYar).nh. Kalpb .
miry aaa at. r. raruin. nctciMiitata,
To ta, above aamed defendant. M '. Mn;inn
AtrMaatt of ynur a.n-reMierf aain been Bird
la the nl e of the rlrra of raid eitmil court. Bo
iler ta brrakT airea to toa that lite a'wve named
rnmplainaal haa RWsl in aa'd nmti t hill of mm-
tnaiut au,int yoa on tra chancery alila uf aaid
ranrt : tnat a aunnaun-In man -rrr haa lieea l
ued la raid can analrat yon. r. tnrnaili to the
next trnn f aai t rtMirt. ta hp ra-eun and holili n
at the eiMirt boue In the rlty nf Buck l-land.t-i
palrl aountr. on the rt Monica of My. A. P.
I'ett. at whirl time and plare yon will appear
ami i irau. anawrr or araaur 10 tutu Din 1 1 ctmi-
plalht If Jim are l.t .
KORGK W. CAMBt.K. Clerk.
Fork lUnd. Mlneta, Mirrh 14. A. I. IWH
HM dt W i naa. "w.lirln.ra lor irpl'u.
haerr Satire.
TATr.oriu.iNOH. i
Hoi a lat-aan loraTT. i
la the t irCMit tnurt of raid Rork Inland renntv.
to Ihe M.y term. A. I., Jim. lutbancery. ttl.lto
foreelnae ntorttf r-.
ThaMlartMaak llomean aH Biil'dlnc, tan ami
paetnir Aaniaton. 1 opipiatnant. vs. AIrt .rt w
wartrworih. t'ora It. Vt ailwirth. Kalph E.
pwTinn m. r. annnn. arirmuiota.
To the nhnv, naraeil tlrfi'mlant. M. K. Mi flinn
flldalt f yiHir mii'triilrtrr bavinc hrt-a fllrti
a tlie nffir, of tr clerk t raid rirruit rt un,
'lie, la herrbr rivi-a f n that the almvr
amrd romplamant ha Bled in laid eonn lie h'll
f enteplaint aamiiit you on tlie cbanet-rr ante of
- un roan ; mat a naramunn in cbawrry hie hern
aneil In aaM ciiae aa:ilnat nvn retnrnabie to the
"t term of aaid ro t. to r b. pun and hoMen
. ' the ronrt honra. In therityof lirk I'laml, in
Id count, on the nrei Momiir rf fn. A. I..
bi, at whk'h Hair anil tl ou wilt njiii ar and
ran. a rwrr or uiumr to aaid ti ll of roniplaiut
i you ee, hi.
r.F.OHGS w . OAMRI.K.C'erk.
attr wi.u, solrriton forComp!-:,
Itork Inland. Illinoin. Man-a lh. A. U. l-ii.
rbaarery at Ira.
-ATI or H.LIXUS
oca Iilaid orarr. (
i the rirruit enrt of nai.l Rork Tlanil eonnty.
To the Mar trra A. 1. JUS - In rhanct-ry. Hill
t f orecloee mortcatfe.
'a Hla k Haak Homeatead Hiiilrllnc, Ian
nd !rin?e a.aorlation. rooiplalaanu ea. At-
art W. Wariworth. ttora B. Wad-wiro.
-.'alfcb E. lluey, aaa M. F. McGinn, di fcud
nt. ' o Ihe ahove-aa, ed itrremlant, V. T. McGinn:
" iilavit of yonr aon-reaidi-n e hartns been filed
'he nfrtcr of the clerk of raid circuit court, no
9 la hereby I vn to yon that the alnre named
. nnltinunt haa 1 ed In raid r.Hirt it IHil of com
' intaiiinatyon rn the chancery riiie of raid
irt; that a aummon. In chancery haa.hetn
' neii In aald rear atmine'. you. retiirnalilr totlic
-tt term or aitl court, ta he b.'ana ad boldcn
the eoiirt bonne, in the city o liock Inland, 'n
d oenntr. on ;hr tnl Monday of May A. T.
H. at which tine and place you will appenr.
wl. annweror demur to eaid hill uf complaint
1 on ere m.
f.KORC.E W. i AMBLE. Ctr-k.
att vTi aca "olir.ltora for Comnru
I'M b Irlnnd, Illinom. March JS, A. 1). If I.
I'kaneerjr .atlrr.
-?ATK or ILLINOIS.
ir ltjai orTt. (
i i the rirruit court of naid Rock Iland countr, to
the May term A. D. JeUi la chancery Dill to
forecloi, mnrtuaira. .
the Black Haak liomcitcad nnildinr. Loan A
fartnirn Anociatlon, romp'alnant. v. albert
W. Waitnaorth. Cora B. Wadrworth, Ualpb .
Hury and M. F. Mrl.rnn
To the alo,e named defendant. M- F. Mc-
inn r
AWdarit of your non-mldcnce havlnff been
led i trentltcr of the ele.ru of naid rirruit court,
inticr In hereby BirB to ynu thut the alMive
amed complainant haa fileo in raid court Itn bill
f complaint ak'aimt you on Uie chancier aide of
aid court: that a rummona in cMiicrrr ban been
ained in aaid mne airainnt you, ref'uriinbl, to
he next tnrm of and roort, to be Iwiriiii and
tolden at th, court hniii-. in the cl:y of Him a
aland. Ill naid county, on Ihe Sret Monday of
day A. It. HM. at Wbii b time and place you
nrlli appear and plead, anawtr or demur to aaid
IU of complaint if eon are III.
t.BuKt.lt W. ftAMKI.R. Clerk.
wmut A Wai.aaMeHnlirltora for t'ompl't.
Kork Inland. Illimda, March to, A. D. JW
'MAw'KKT. MOril
TAT1 or ILLINOIS, t
km a l"iaap oinTr. f
In tlie Circuit conrt of aald county to th, Jan
nary term. A. I. JtH.
WI.iimiii Ikiyer, Adam Boirrand Jaroh Borrr.
complalnanla, Mary johnaon, John John
ion. iMiam s Johraon. Ina Koitnon, Jamea
Ki.hnm:, Meorpe Iti.rl-on. Anna llnrdin.
Thomai t amphtll. Mary J. t ampbell, J-ihn T.
'nmporll. Ada faniphell. Alice l.'ampbell,
t harlea t amphell, eamn-1 Campbell, Albert
ampte-ll. w in Bni rampbrll. 1 homaa J. Kl
btna. Alert .. MrKnlrhi. I.anra Dnfan. Brlnt
ni Ihinn. Maine t.rf. Z.rmriah wbeatlanl.
I lorida Horkmiiii'h. t e la K. Carrell. Kn)a.
mia tl.ifnrii. Iiedlry lialford, Hanlol Ilnlfo'd.
4 barlea Boyer. Iliirrr Keller. Na ban Hoyer.
Frank I. n Kolimna. rrat lUp-l.t rhurrh of the
CPyrfllecB l nnil. and Main K. farmentrr
ami Thomaa Can pin it. rT. ru-..r of the will of
John A Rover di-r; I. rt-fri d mln-in rhan-
erev.'-lllll to act aotd , vrtll
Am.lavlt of aim rr.i.k. rr Hrrendnnta. Mary
Joennow. Joon Johnnva. Willuim S Jobnvn. Ida
Koniana. Jn Rot.inon. --..rwr Itobinon, Anna
Jlaniln, 1 hnmaa J. Jiohi.in.. l-rt Mc
kniaht. I.anra Ih.nin. Ilrin'nal Puran. Minnie
Kyera, Zernrlah ".iwntland. Flml.l. llm knw.nib.
iTli" JL rr. "."'njimla fla'f, nl. Ixliey llnl
fard. UanlelimiriKd. Il,.rry kcller and FmrkllB
Rohbina mip'ea.le.1 aim the alirre drrerdaotn
Taomae Campbell. Marr J. amrlH.ll. John T.
j amphe . Ada t ampla-ll. AMej t ai.ptl. ( brl I
lamprell.eami.el Campla-ll. Allen CBmplH-ll.
William C amphell. karir, lbey,r. Nathan l.rar
r'!TV,V,tS'..,,",T",w,'"y "f "c lalaint.
and r.lwi k3.rara.enirr and 1 hoaia. Campbell,
exerntorr af the will of .limn A. Iloyrr. dereaneu
borlnt been I'ed la the r erk'arfflre of the eiii
euit court of aald eonnty. nnt re la therefore
hereby flren In the aald aarealilent drtenlai.t
that the rmnplalnantn nimt their awrndrd bill of
eoaaplatal la aald coon, in Hie rhunerrr nidi-thf-reof.
on the i miliar of atarrh. A. !., JtnM, ami
that therea uon a eummnna eniifil out of naid
roort, whrrala aald anil In now pemllnr:, mnma
bleoa the nrt Monday In Ih month of May
next, aa ta by law rriitmt. Now, unlen, yon
the aald non-reiiilent defomlaeta above named
Mury Jnhnaim, John Jniinwin. William N J-hn-'
ana, Ida RoMatnv, Jamea Knlilnon. ( corre itobl
aoa. Anna Mardin, Tk man J. Hohhina. Albert 44.
MrKnirht. Ijiura Hasan. Brlntnal Jni:an. Minnie
Kveea. Zemriah Wheatland, Florida lira kaiontli,
4ha - t'armll. lien I ami a lialford. INnliey Hal
ford Daniel lialford, liar y leller a'd Frank. in
M'lbblna. aball peraonally be and appear before
aaid circuit court aa the Urnt day of the next
teraj thereof , t be hoidea at Rock laland In
and lie? lha raid eonnty. on the Hot Monday In
May aaxl. and plead, anawer or demnr ta
the aaid rmnplalnnat'a hill of complaint, the
arm and the aialtem and Ihlnra tberela chunrid
ami ataled will lie takra aa rnnfeanetl, and a de
cree entered aptinet you acrordiiii the prayer
of aaid bill,
ClKORflE W. OAMBLK. Clerkv
Rock Tfhtml. III.. Marco W. A. . IBM.
Joan T. KaaauBTUT and Jatkaux at Dl'Bar,
tOBp'f boi.
I r --i,a T4
A VETERAN'S VERDICT.
The War is Over. A Well-known Sol
dier, Correspondent and Journal
ist Makes a Disclosure.
Tnrilnna contributed lior tlmn.indsof hrava
aoldieiM to tin- war. unci no Mate l:ir a iM-t-lor
rei-iMtl in Hint ninf. tlmn it ilie-s. in
lllernlnro It U rnpiiily nrquirirn; an
envi.-ilili- til:n-c In wur ami luiinture
SiIoiiiuii . wi ll, wi-ll known ns a writrr us
't)l." line aim nn hunoralilf ihmii inn. Diir
Itiit the late aur lie ans a Momln-r of Co. M,
N- V. t avnlry nml of the l:illi lnliiiii:i In
Inntry Vnluntii rs. I.ivaniini an iuiliurtunt
firrumn.-tncp hi; rili-;is follous:
"feveral of us old vi-tcr:in hero nre it-Inn
Pr. Mi hi' l.'rMiirntivo Ni-rvine. Heart t'm-o
and Nerve and l.ier all of tliem eivinc
pli niliil salUfai tinn. In fait, we have mtver
UM-d n niiillin l tin i i-ompam ihcm. of
the I'llli are mint miv 1 ': y a re t lie best, nm,
lilnat Ion of t lit-ii,i lii iii n ipiin-'J in a pn-p
aratiiin of their nature we liavo ever kuoa n
e have none but inln)f prai ie for tlicm
They are tin- oiitirrowtli of a new prinripla in
nMiiirine. und Ioih' up ihe svsu-m woftilee
fully. We Miy to nil. trv tlne n-miKlies.'
Nilomnn Yetrell. Marion. Intl., Iter. 5. IK;'?.
TImk- remeiliea are miIU ly all lriiirpiti
B aritfve iruaraiiti'e, or sent, dlrert liv 111,'
lr. Mllin Miiiirnl Co.. Klkiiurt. lnil . on ns
relpt f price. $1 per iKittle. six iK.ttles S3, et
preis prepaid. Tin y pitstt ively cuiitttin ECiCtJCt
Qpialea uor dnctrvus drufa.
LLGAL
hunrrry ollrr.
ST.TE OF ILLINOIS, I
r.OTK lT AMI i OVSTT. I
In thf I-in-tut urt t pA I lock ltlfcrid coantv.
to the Vny if rm A. I , In clmiictry. Kill
to fnrrrrcne iTrt'n!'-.
Tim HirtinK H.mrPt4itil Bnililln?, Lnnn and
M fur A-firiat'oi , rnrnfitniiimi. vs. AlK't W.
V b,1. worth, 4 "urn b. WiulM.jr,h,Ui!pIi K. litity
und M. V, Mrttiiiii. iirf-iiiliutifk.
To lit- ftltr.ve imimHt dt-f'-ntiatiT- M F- McGinn:
Afli'Uvit at yxiir lion rci(teii r hftir; i-oen filed
in tUv oHirr f the clt rt of Mid cimiii r.iuft, ito
ikt- ." hrrrhy trivrn 'o yuo ht .ho utnt nanit'd
romp a:ai.! hun lilt-d in fil court it- H I of rmi
plaint atntnt m mi 'h- t-timm rrT ndt .f haid
riart; thuf a summon In tunrcrv ha Iwu i
nitd in f;d cmiim auiimt oj trluriia.)! to the
iM'Xt tvrm of -.aid onnrt. to h Iw-un an1 ho I n
At the rourt hmrp. in Itir ri'y of INm k Isliiid. in
paid ronnrv, on the lir-t 3ton..ir ' May, a. 0..
a whi. hi inn- and pltx yem wi mp'ptar nml
t.r.l, atifwtr or dfiniir f bill of conlrur.t
ifyoutwa tit. .Kom,tW ItAMKLK, Cl'Tk.
Mr. ai.NrT Walkkk. SnMcitm-. f..r !untrtR.
hiM-k Ian I. Il.moiF, Marc n S'Ji. A. !.. 1 Si . .
STATU K IlaLINOlS,
K'WtX l.T.AXX)'orrTTT, I
In lor 1n-iitt I'oort of tnid Kork T-'and comity,
to the May irrni A. II. lsi4. Iii i hinrerr.
Oun'cl il. lottT. ami pry K. 1'ornT. roitv
idaMiMnto, vp the tinkiiown hrir or ovvi-ecs of
Wd it rim A rtlon, (Uf ra-d, 'I hoa u Y, Wahtrn
and the unknown hi-ir or itev,e'P of Thomas K.
Vl'alptnn derrad.d''' ndJtntP. Bid to quift titlf.
Tolhe a-tovf immvd iiu.;ndun:H ana each of
them: AfSUnvlt of yosr mui-rei.rfiicc ln.viii.t
bt,!n Hied in tlit offlra f tin- tiVrk of paid circuit
court, nnticu i horehy cIv.tt. to v-o and e ach of
vim that the atove n- inrd 4krn1;jdiiaht have fJed
lu pam court their hill of cimiiluiTit i crain-t yon
on thrtiin cry ptdtof f-uia ctnrt ; thai a-ummanp
ta chancery ae bo-n isstitrd in pairt raiife aeainPt
rou rfnrnald to itn nxt leim of ni1 court, o
he brinin and hohicn at th- court hone. in the
city of Kork Ilutiu, in t-nid countv, ou th first
Vondavnf May A. I. JM-4, nt which time and
place yn will appearand ii'U. an or or demur
to aaid IdU Of cmi la'Tit ii you mc tit.
tE iKiiS W . CAMitL1C. Clerk,
SwxtKCT ft WAi.kni, .Hlirit.ria fcirComprii.
Kock Istuitd. Jtlinoi-j. IWcu Slih. A. 1. ISv-l.
PROPOSALS KOCK ISLAND ARSENAL,
Illtnoip. Ap-i! M, IHM -clt rropn-alfl in
triplicate will h received nnril Ii! o'clock, noon.
May tt, ltl4. and tli-D ooentd. l-r furn:rliing at
thip arPODal thee -ml, and hauiinir rcq ir-I bv the
ljunrtrniaff'r diiarrmtnt here dm in the tlfciil
year conimcnrtni: July , -fM. The t ul'cd Sinn
rr?ervca itu rurbi to re.uct any or ali proposal.
See information fiiriiit.t d nptn upplu;.:tion hvrv.
Envelop containing pr.iiMi-'- hou!d he
marked, 'I,r.-.ioaal fr Fuel,"' oriianltnirston-t
und iXal," and addrcii to dohu T. ThornjtHu,
Lieutenant Ordnance llepartment, A. A . M.
Free
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to your jrroccr or present them
nt otirollicc and vou will receive
FKKE a 4-poiind package, worth
2"c. We make this Jilicral in
ducement to quickly introduce
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Anti-Washboard Soap Powder
And holds pood until ail wrap-
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IRES
DaTVfVd-UAA,
&XVCFa.a4al I
Bakea the boma rlrrlw rompleta. Thla
Itreat TamrwraDCe Jtrlnk ajivea pleaav
lira and health to every memiM r m.
fumlly. A iftou laackaire ruakea 6 eai
loua. Be aura and net the rennlne.
Hold eTorywbero. Made only by
The Chas. E. Hires Col PUlada.
raratemrjraaattrfllktjT
DEADLOCKED AGAIN
Republicans Tie Up the House
for'a Session.
ETJLE UP TO MAKE MEMBEES VOTE.
Tra Iollara Fine for Each Kcfnaal the
Salient lroTiaion Therein Gotten Be
fore the Ilonae After a Sharp Fight and
That Achievement Followed by Another
That Last a AU Iay All the Big Gunl
Kncaged In the Battle.
WAsiirNGTOK, April 13. Tho Democratic
managers of the house decided that the
time had come when some method should
be adoptt-d to force the Republicans to
participate in the legislation. Through
out the last congress and during the re
cent congress the Kepnblicans have on
frequent occasions deadlocked the house
for days by refusing the answer to their
names, thus breaking a quorum. As
there was no rule to compel them to vote,
and as the speaker declined to adopt
H-etl's expedient of counting a quorum
without the authorization of a rule
which rule he would if neccessity oppose
iu the cninmiUeu of rules, of which he is
a member, and in tho house for one
sufficient reason of no other, that
he had lieen one of the fiercest de
nuuucers of Ueed when he applied it the
house was constantly nt tho mercy of the
minority with lived continually remark
ing iu effect: "Diuu't I tell you so"
Had to Adopt Some Method.
Many plans have been offered by differ
ent Democrats, and ;there wiis no inconsid
erable number of them who favored a rule
wiiich would empower the speaker or
clerk to record ns "present but not vot
iug" the llepublicans who declined to re
spoud to their names. Ueed himself has
been constantly fighting to force the
sjieaker to adopt the quorum-counting de
vice of which be was the author, and has
frequently twitUtl Crisp with the ques
tion: "Why don't you count its:-"' For
the last few days, however, the lb-publicans
have biiH-.ketl liusiuess ami there was
a widespread belief on the lx-mocrat ic side
that this was iu pursuant of a preeon
certetl arrantiemeut with the )U puhlic.ui3
nl. tlie senate end of the t'apitol to delay
all business with a view i. postponing
action on the tariff bill. H was intimated
that a quorum would hereafter le de
manded not only ou partisan measures,
but on the routine business of thehou.se.
Concluded to Fine Non-Voters.
Under such a stress of circumstances
h-pcukcr t r;sp, C'aUihincs, and tlathwaite.
ciimpr.sing tue Democratic end of theeom-
I linttee oa rules, decided Hint the time had
come to act. i resoiutmu emlxKiyjug a
new rule designed to line nietiiliers f 10 tor
refusing to vote was prepared and pre
sented wheu the house met. The Demo
crats were by no means unanimous iu their
ap-'r .v.il of it. While the general senti
ment of the house favored some modifica
tion i f the rule to accomplish the purpose
de-ired a wide difference of opinion ex-
lsteu as What that lnodiUcntion should be
Ssjjue of them, like Cockran, preferred an
om-and-out quorum-couuting rule on the
line of the amendment to the rules offered
by springer; others preferred other
Kiietues.
And So the Fight IVuau.
And so the tight was begun and the first
day's Imttle ended iu victory for the le-
putilieans in spite of the tactics of the
speuker, who swept aside ail preliminaries
regardless of rules until he got the matter
lielore the house. Wheu the reading of
the rule began Heed Vainly attempted tu
hit irrupt by appeals for recognition on a
IKV.ut of order, but the sjieaker, with
averted head, refused to listen to him, and
Heed finding his efforts futile sank dow n
in his chair, lteed was again on his feet
wheu the reading was completed, but the
sjicakcr recognized t'atchings to demand
the previous question. Then he turned to
need, who said he desired to raise a point
of no quorum. Wheu Crisp heard this he
refused to heed it.
Oilite a Tied Fp House.
The motions, counter-motions, points
of order und such that followed for an
hour or two put the house iu a "pretty
mess." I'ai'liatnentarily speaking it was
tied in a double-bow knot. During pro
ceedings to determine who the absentees
were under the call of the house, a motion
was eutertaiued, and a roll call was had
on a motion to excuse Hull. The roll
call resulted auainst excusing Hull, ditch
ings was recognized to offer a resolution,
but before it was read .iuey claimed the
floor to move a recoup iderat ion of the vote
just taken.
WANTS A LITTLE SALVAGE.
Iteed Geta Off a Miararteriatic Remark
HuteliiuHon'a 1; ply.
Then Iteed contended that the motion to
reconsider under the rules took precedence
of all motions. "1 trust," said he sarcas
tically, "that out of the wreck of parlia
mentary worlds some few precedents will
be saved." Kichardson, who was in tlie
chair at time, dtrecteU the clerk to read
the resolution, which proved to be a reso
lution revoking all leaves of absence ex
cept on account of sickness and directing
the sergeuut-at-aruis to request tlie atten
dance of some aliseutees by telegraph.
Hoth Keed and J tout el !e jumped to their
feet when the reading of tlie resolution
was completed and made the point of or
der that it did not take precedence of a
motion to reconsider, ditchings argued
that the adoption of his resolution would
terminate further proceedings under the
call, and must therefore take precedence
of a motion to reconsider a vote which
was a part of such proceedings.
Keed taunted the Democratic side, with
its PJ majority, with being powerless to
trausact business without smashing every
rule of parliamentary law. When he sat
down Hutchinson of Texas, evidently
smarting under the sting of the cx-sieak-er's
words, declared he was tired of being
lectured and lacerated by Heed. As a
Democrat when Itiwl counted a quorum
he had agreed with him. A wave of lte
publican applause greeted this statement
Hutchinson wheeled around and facing
his political adversaries shouted: "Oh,
don't applaud, 1 shall strike you in the
short ribs in a moment."
He went on to explain that he believed
in counting a quorum because it appeared
to be straightforward business proposi
tion. He endorsed it as a business man.
but the rule had been so tyrannically exe
cuted.so much vicious legislation had been
passed under it, that a liberty loviug peo- (
hie imu cuuuemucu It. lieed had abused a
good rule. Heed bad crucilied It und he
objected to the crucifier of the rule claim
ing to lie Its father. The debate over the
Iruiut of , order continued lor over au hour.
the giants on both sides crossing swords.
Kx-Speaker Urow, ltoutclle. Hooker, Reed,
ditchings and others were at various
times engaged in the fray.
At the ctmulusion of the debate Rich
ardson, who was still in the chair, held
that while it was competent to enter a
motion to reconsider, a previous motion
having been made in the form of ditch
ings' resolution the latter took precedence,
but would oo; prevent the disposal of tho
motion to reconsider at a subsequent
period, lie therefore sustained the point
of: order. This had the effect of making
ditchings' resolution the pending ques
tion. L-ieey appealed lrom the decision of
the chair, ditchings moved to lav the
appeal on the tall-, pending which i'ick
ler moved to ad jourii.
JTbe motion to adjourn was lost 1."7 to
7 and the motion to lay the appeal from
the decision of the chair on the table was
carried 144 to 24. l'ickler then renewed
his motion to adjourn. The motion to ad
journ was again lost at to Ha Reed
then attempted to enter a motion to dis
pense with further proceedings under the
call, but the speaker ruled it out of order
and the vote was about to recur on the de
mand for the previous question when lteid
again moved to adjourn.
Again the motion to adjourn was lost,
and the Vote was then taken on the de
mand for the previous question on the res
olution to revoke leaves of absence and
telegraph for absentees, and it was ordered
i:i". to 3. Reed made Hit? point of m
quorum. Tho chair overruled the point of
order. Hjutelle moved to adjourn. It was
lost. The resolution was then adopted
without a division, and ati:L0the hatise
adjourned,
BUTTE PAVORTH CLOSES H.IS TALK.
Summary by the Ohio I-awyer of t!ie
C'ololiel'H Case.
Was-hincton, April Vi. M::j ir R-.itp.r-worth
closed his effort iu behalf of t'oioiu l
Rrerkinriilge with a jieroratioa in which
he summarized the enseandthe positions
of plaintiff and defendant. He said that
the question Was not whether William (
1. Hreckinridgo had violated any ordi
nance, human or divine; had been guilty
of moral turpitude conduct which would
briug upon him condemnation; but
whether those two parties had agreed
that he was to lieconie her husband and
she his wife. To awaken liorrt.r before
the public there had lain a tale that
Colonel Rreckinridge had led astray a
guileless little gill and had led her tiowu
the path of nine years of immorality to a
nmrriac;e contract ruthlessly violated,
'i he jury was to determine whether thero
had been any such guileless l t'legitl.
He denied that the woman came to court
to redress a great wrong. No wrong could
be redressed iu that way.
"For what motive does the desperate
woman walk on any stage? Siie deliber
ately turned from everything thai, man or
woman could desire and proclaimed In r
shame. This is the vestibule of a wider
stage upon which she desires to enter." It
would be said: 'Bnttervvorth. you are de
fending sin,"' but no: lie had a little fam
ily of his own, one sou who had to liuhl
the battle of life against fearful odds.
No. he was defending the standard of
womanhood, the viruic of city and of
couutry girls.
lie protested asainst such a st.irmnrd lie
ing raised tor virtue. As for Ids client no
one knew through what mire that man
had lieen lira sued, and such was tlie pen
aty of sin. lie did not want the jury car
ried away by the whisper floating iu the
air that a verdict for the defendant would
be a ratification of I, is sin. He asked them
also not to commend a woman who had
borne herself as this piaint iff had; not to
elevate ber for the degradation of him.
Such a verdict- would mean to the girls
that virtue was but ns .a cloak to be thrown
off or put on. American womanhood
should be vindicated by the standard to
which wives and mothers must be held.
MARKETS BY TELttirlAPH.
New York 1 inanrial.
Ntw Yokk. April li
Money ou call n r. uttered ,,i i ,K.r
cent. rrimc UH-ruuiitile iaer ;i ." r
cent. Steruu? excliatiee stoa ty. with 'm-iuj
bushiest, in banner's bills al 4ssu ;. 4.s-'.4 tor
lietmiuil autl 4iTi4, is;i.. tor sixty days; p Med
rates 4.sSfciM-a. t'oiuatvrcial bibs (.v, t
4.st.ia. -1 J
Silver certificates r.V'i bid; n., gale,. iar Mvvr
-iit-Mi uu uoaars ;
Ctiited States liou.ls. ."' re.ril.ir. US'
do .Vs
mutants. 1..--4; i s reumr. IH: do 4e.it;ju.:i,
lt 4; do Sn,:i bid; Pacific lis of u, lo.-',
liid.
New 'Surt (iraiu and I'roilucp.
Voiik. April 13.
U heat May, Cl S-m.-ftSP.-; July, (.! -..:.
leem-r. Joi.i Kve-xl.aiii.a;,
0111 Xiiiy. ::,..i 4tc: .lllly. 44 .)-;.. 11-. Oats
-Irai-fe white siate,;ri . ,4..; track witiie west
ern. :..!.. Pork-New mess. u..m-,. i4.ui.
fir.aily. S14.."Ji ( ir.0.i: short clear. Jl:;.-i . . n;.o,i.
Lard Prime nesteru steiirn. ST.UI nominal.
I'liieaso t.ruin anil I'rotlnee.
Ciiii Aoo. Ajird 12.
Following were the quotations ou the
Iward .f trade today: Wheat Ajiril
l.-ued SliUe. cKised 7i l4 Jlay, oK lied K4c
closed Ulc: July, opened i;.'c, clos,-d IH-Hc
L'oru April, ok-im1 closed iu'-w
.May. oiH?ue 1 ;;s-.-. , l,wd as.- July, om'utsj
f!; cUased ol'js-. Uais-ilav, oined
ILT' ,d aPic, closed
uHai:; July,- o!s.-ui d;sij,.. i,t Pork
May. olK-netl Jli.l.-i, t!.i.,i ,iv
opened SlL'.Jtt. .Kwt.d fliKi. Lutj 1 11 .'
opened fi.'.j, closej s;.:i7U..
Produce: llutter-Kaury separator. SI- i.r
Hi; tancy dairy, l,;SI.-: jmeking etock.
l-irirsrrsb slih-Ic 'ii..-.-in,. , . 1
. - i" 1 uveiioiti
try-( hickeus. W. ,.,.,. ,ark 1 .
(ids.-; uii.-ks. l(,: .s,., S4.i.,rU.,m ,.r
Jiebrons. 4t'c; mixeit sio'-k, 4.V,4.Vie. f m
........ .ii.uu.a, ?.!'. i.-t.ill iK.r ljl I.,
I.les-64.ini., -,.ll i,..r 1.1.1 ,1.. ' l"
- - . - ..... ii'iin-v willte
',',,V'- J.. t'oas. I i . .! !... : l.k(.u ,,
i.i-.. aik ,-oinli, K(Ri eouditioa, liitu
straiuiHl t aliloruiu. 0,. oe
'liieaj,o Live Stock.
, . , Chicago. April 12.
Live St k TH. ,ri... .1...
- - ...s. ..i itn; LUIOU MfK'K
aius touay rauc as lollows: HoK-Ksti.
muteu receipts lor tao day. lli.n.i; Un
l'llUiriHl Kt 4.lill.i'-, 1C. -.1 ...
lot. " eay Jiaemiij; uu(f thippig
The Local Markets.
VRAI.V, ETC.
Wnat sue
Corn .Kit37c.
f k . . . i
JlY-Vto'?' V0l nplr-. esayn. wiId
17-f.SH; alo-iih. 5at; ba'.ed. 7 50.B? 1 '
olraw.. mi.
rnonctE
"to.5""5'1 .l Cn01Ce 830 5 "T. 21
gaPreph, OcJJilOc.
1'onltrT Lnirkena i
dreaaed. 10c: iri.. Jrt ,n.7
SlOc; wildcuct,7c ' '
FECIT and rturriBtts.
tS8bI" bh, FOB Chicago
(siotis d'lr per hn.
Turnips S'ic per ho.
1.1VE STOCK.
4ti cow, ani-'aeifc.sVi.. SSS
Hojra ISicPir.ic.
Ptl.p 4 WM'ir.
Kpring Umb S f03S3 head. f
Coal Soft. 10c : hard, fn.50.
Wood Corx i.uu; kawed.JJ.OU. '
ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS
The interstate commerce commission
will give a hearing at lyiuisville next Mua
day mi the charges that the Ixmisvillc iir.1
Nashville railroad lias discriminated
against Frankfort flour tneu.
Representative Mi lt le, of Arkansas, hss
introduced in the house u h.il lixin;: the
compensntio-j of marshals, attorney n:id
commissioners of t ie I'nUed Stales at
ft.tMO per annnm, while the clerk of
courts are to be paid by f.-e as now.
Platte City, Mo., society people have '.iceti
indicted fnr playing pro-zressivj euchre.
Tkotr.liu robber killed by n Reck I.-l-and
guard in Oklahoma is s:iid to be Rlil
Rhodes, an old member of the J.ime.
gang-
C'onsressm.in .Terry Simnvn is ill r.t
Washington.' lint hLs physician says his
case is not alarming.
Among the passencers who arrivnl at
New York on board the Majestic, from
Liverpool, were Mrs. Nellie Or.int Sari oris
and children and Captain Crauiield and
crew of twenty of loid Dm. raven's yacht
Valkyrie.
Senators Gorman of Maryland and Irby
of South diroihia are the base ball cranks
of the senate. Roth are old players and
both won great reputation at the game.
Howard tlould, who was to have mar
ried Odette Tyler, a theatrical grasa wid
ow, will remain single. Owing probably
lo the objections of his family to the mar
riage it has been "declared off."'
Three men who sailed iu the yac'it Su
diose from Rockvillo Center for loiig
liranch, N. J., have probably been
drowned. They nre: Thomas Mack, ii
wealthy plumber.of Ui-ooklyn: Carl Ay res,
another plumiaT of the. tame city, and
Captain Janus Hutchinson, of the yacht.
Oriental advices say that o a i:ig to the
grand canal nt linuliao ha vim: over
flowed its iunks twvee li ni-raor tJeai r.d
Ia Hung t'uang declared tar.t til trouble
was caused by I !: .Lev:!: ry ol t !.e ."iv, :i;J,
who concc-ah- I l:.'n .!;' ;li.-re
A s: ;;:.. ni Wo.iian.
e r:;d ttil ! en .lave h J the otili rLns; cf
mundane tff.ttrs, h. i r.-a:ed to send r.i'n on a::y
Ca- lh.-ir. woa'.l h? ::irr.-fd r.j'cu liy he whole
w. rltl. It :is re;i -rU d nt a-t lhat tliey were all
ready f-:r ra n at a ct-rT:.in li.v.i:. e-'.-citt ('He old
woairio. v. ii i wanted to r.i-ke tuji rn. tba! pa tie-n-wr
oar. Worn-, r. crc o':.n ae-ufcil ef b.thg
rapiii i n-ai il wl.ini-le.i' ; Imt ;h re :s our pniat
on wU-ch t!i j v. LH a"! : ct tie de-IraMiily of
lielrij wi-'.l, c:d lo 't::::c wt-V. Evt ry wonsn, 1m
st:e j o'l; - or n.ii. a'S wants to lo.ik her htst;
ar.tl in ooier to iLo 1 s, i i ci-cyary t attaLn
t!i t ite ef In a't-i vrh'i it will !ni;i! rt a ;arkte
e :!:e eve. a IiL.k tm ut h-r ciee--. a- d crner and
rii:mc;ry Liiiir :."..e f-r.o Tr l'.erce. .-i
V ':i c Preprr j lie i is a J ::n-:c ,-t 1 or u it rhro:.-:c
'".V. r s" a 1 hi ll lni?."-t l,:iflf f-II.C'i-'n le-
.-i:l::ir To 'lie a-x. aid i. t'fyoeU a'l roZM'al in
i!ie:re-i hta'- rot n.'iu-n.
-IS'al I!ul-y" lije Wliitky
I a -4Pye as a r.ye." i.a'ura'.y rip-eced and
fr. e from a': fer.-in Caver aud aiiuLterants, irnar.
tiiieej pure ou-r eleven 3e-r of air, recoia
mt ii-ie.l :o t'-- ccrn- i-sei:r s i. n.L ritor'.or.f aiti
rle wortl.y of t .e torHlerec cf ir.vs'.i.la, convi;
leFe.n's aui tie u.i-J. ce tin! cur rbme ia
hiov.-u in b.'L'Le. J!eeprrq:nrt 1 t 1 .
'UOIAL iLI Bl" l'ol.'T WISH,
pnr. ...i a-.,d rr.ciiew. 1 here fore bet laj.n-! for
inv'i 's. conval. s -i ntii and the a :d. It mom
I v tahiv.cTeLe- :r iii-Lh and aj-pcLi'e, biiilflg
up '.lie w.-uk and I'c'.iLi:. t'-d. :ari f J. I-tat,
M) cei.it. I li i.p on h"THr at-..l : u.ir; nice J hr
I10YAL Wl Si:. 1 o., fb'cain.
For aa'e Harrier Ho n;; i'h r.-.i.-.ry. and by
wiilium Cltr.tleuin. yi.'':i..
ie5.'1tvi?'V
ffi fcaoss REWEDY fr
W F5 P.I PB r.n s - vt&i
trV ttssfar,rsKa.u'e.
'AKQh'95'
1 on Ty genuine w.Tradera'k-Anchor."
ijock aira on packare for Dr. S ichtcr'a firm : !
F.AeS. RichTer"&Co. HcwYork.S
-23 K!SKEST AWARCS.
12 Eranci Eonses. - - Otra Glassworks.
ho-rk' 1:-. C. S-, c 'V t:n,.r l-Du.e
v. hi.i i i i in a e
aaa.
FOR
rs- T ISL! C -
V ai
9
In ro'anrre. hp v. ill nrntl
A Non:i,i l.si-.ol- .c. f eliticr
Willi 1,1-1.1.1: orELrxmr.
BTN FSfl
Kffc' SBPV rm a
tif Bis Ks'AjEaa
Toa hp-re m it ca-cisei ftr rnnrr
ycarit, ber, .Uvo you r-.vr i-ied it? if
not. yea co li.-'L.'linrvr- v hat un Ideui
iiiii--j.i.j?i ftHticr .
Lt-J PlS ' T' f ; a srn 1
3 laMHnnKian'7jrMaraannLwTaTaft
hoditips boin.T nn :1c!.:1 'xvTo !cr,1 tfTt :fl-,
Ji:is,ntnriT rlrf.vi!:ua! ji.u's. It 'riv'itj -ti3.-
(llir aiiit.tli-r T-'t. leivn. .!.....-.,.
V For Mn'i. atlflrcr.s J
pa J. A. POXZO S CO. St. LeuZs, NS 9,t
Complete
t, fit? trr.ffrt
anJ how to ittaia it.
M l.irt a medical work tha! lel tLc ciuaea,
deu -riliea the effo.-t, points the remedy. Thla
i acicutificaliy the most vni-jalilc, .rtirtically
tho mott beautiful medical bogk that'.haa a.
pcared for years; 93 pittas every jiaje bcari5g
a h.ir-tone iiluatmiiou in tiats. Some ol the
rubjectt treated arc Nervjua bebillty, Impo
teuiy, Suirility. Daveloperaeiit. Varicocele,
The lluahan i, Those intending Marriage, etc
Kvery man whi wouH ktioartue grind trutha,
the Biaiu fActa, tbo o.d secrets, and the new
dlscoveriejof iaed;cal ac ere-) aa Ip lied lo
married life, h winli atone f jr past folliei
and avoid ruture;iitfal!a ah"uJd write for tlila
wnderrul little b,Tok. It will, be sent free
under ical. Addrces the puViishera.
KrLi ilidital t o . tiulalo. . X .
r
a Hard -
No man can aHord
.Dauglitcr, nor, in Buch times as tWe,
A big Doctor bUL Zoa Pbora cures
the sickness, eaves tho bills.
Fro; rii toror
ZRZ
A.-' llrjit of Oct Flo -
trei Fonasa
One block from Cen'.rnl Pt rk, lareft inloxa.
iTl tiecor-d Ame, Comet of r:rter. -
The d'olcsi Win?. Uqjojr,
Free Lurci Every IHi
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
ATIOKNKYS.
B. C. COWCILT. B. D. COKSELtY. ,
Connelij & Connelly,
Attorneys at I.sw.
Office aecond floor, ever AX:lcLitil ii I.j':idc"a
hank. Money to lean.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Cilcc in Hock Ifland Xa ionai Hank bcildinz.
t. B. UTEXrf. C. L. WALK EH.
Sweeney & "Walter,
Attorneys and Connccllors ut Law.
txrjre ;n Bect-'or." Itork.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
ixral busiaesa cf nU kimir jrompt a:t;nded
to. S:a't' A'.ionuy cf Hoik Iriaad coui.ty.
ti.Tce, Icstofliee Block.
i IlcHniry S I.IcZniry,
Attorneys at Law.
loas tniacy en i;.ed atc-ir.ty; inake riil'ec
t'icn. Reference. Vltc-el! A LrnJe, b-i.Ler.
Of ice. rr:o!ri c P!oee.
PKNTI'IS.
R. 11. Pcarcc,
IK-iuist.
Room H3 inV;t-!:ell ii LjimU'f m BuKdlu;.
Tske el.-ru-.r.
Hawtliorne 6c Sil-rts, .
Ucruist.
No. 3716 Second Avenue, orer Ercil Jt Ma:h.
Drs. Bictla t.z Schccsiak-r,
Di-ntul SttrLTcons.
Mitchell 4 L-ndt"f Hloek. rooiKti3i. Take
elevator.
I'lfVItlANS.
Dr. A say,
riiygtcian atnl Surgeon.
1151, Third Avenue. Trieiihoue. li. office
rjonra: 1 to 4 p. in., and t ni!.
i. K. BOLtowrjcsu, B. 1).
Drs. Earth i IJclIowbush,
Physicians arid Surgeons.
tff:t 'jardat. Tclernoue I9K
htaidenetvaiJiata:. -
orriJT noma :
Dr. Earth i ijr, iie-lo-b-af b
tBlJ,m- If to a. n,
J to i and . tonp.ra. J I to 5a4 " ton
Dr. CLas. M. Kobinson,
Eye, Ear, Nose ami Thror.t Only.
Office, Mcdiliooira Bnildir.i:, 1-LH V. Third St..
DaienporL. Iowa. Hours; Ototla i.. : lot p.m.
AIU IIITMTS.
.cLvord L I-Iaauii '
Architect,
''file'. Ilar.m !. Mitchell A Lyn-Jr It iiWinR.
Geo. P. Staudt&jr,
Architect,
riane and r.ierlntent!ence for all claaa of
Baudlnsa. Rooms (ii and C Miuatll i I-ynde
Buildina;. Take elerat. r.
CI TV Ot-'FICEKS.
V.'. A. Darling,
City Engineer.
Duford Clock, over KinKr-tmry'e Ftore.
Are You
Going to
Buy a Piano?
If so, dont fail to
call at the
WOODYATT MUSIC Co
They have the agency
for the Weber, Deck
er Bros., Wheelock
and Estey.
1717 Second Ave. Kock Island.
406 Kiltcciilh Street, IJoliue.
Iks RiiaY!
4i
to Lave a sick Wife c?
of tL Ctadr atr.e1
rzz?
rt eottAt t
ea r nr ;.
3! Ur.j.:.- -
; Strra t, - fJ..;.;-t -j
Bser i r.d Cirs ?Uz -
fcasdanrLea lcrr- -.r-r. -
rrr -r- s
ziit iiiVia.tu5 l! :
CVi('rrr.i r?:- 'i r'-rr'. m , -
CAPITAL SI CO.- :-
Saseeecntfcea il:r.c-3.-is;r . it. to-.- t.-.
5 tttiZl iTFL;:-i . -i::;:,;!.
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Ej-d. v.
i's-'l" fr-y-xf, w
Wostera Iiivo-.l:
" . . .i. - ' la...'
REAL EST ATI: LOANS
ni?ai- f :.r v'vi' '' ;r
Orchard St--ito Y.tii
ol J0t H1!!D, ::iK'- -
E. W. DitT, rre--.i.
i s. u. it ::. -
Y:!-h'" .t Liide. Bn-.l.ira,
U'i'.u.t-n, c-: .ux 'L i-L-; V
. O. O-lcr. f. I
iecry ;i' e'er- ! .
.V-refn-...x.' -f.i.-: .-
-Incuranco fen!-
Iscpn-rrT.'-a, rr.nz t'..T t n ' ''
knom n Fire lnpan.nce 'o-i -l -r. t " :x
R'-j al 1naaranr Cor-- aiy. rfl -.- 1
'-clie.-t.'r Kire 'r.a. I'.e'r.s- v. - v
l:::'.rt'o OerraT Ii s. i" i- i:.V. !' !
;t(irb-ter I ermrir. I:. I t , r i.
it;7r..' ir-a. oi l ia-t.urr j
She Fire re, L": .1. -v
1 Man lta. i o uf i'm-o i.- .
rT.ntJ iZi.. I o N ew i.t.. n. iVtt. .
M.lwatAee 3lcc!iac't Ir.a, ' .. 'i
f. :a.
i-Lencaa Fire Io. Co of IVcr'-.! '.
O-TIceCor 18lh St. a-.ll! Avr.
Eaitfttll5hcd ICC5.
"TKE GLoIeLILE."
hates & ci.rAvi:.':::;
GtVT-lkL
cl Cbcll ar-c-'j
Fire L.fo. Te:i.:1e.
Acrfrlent, M:-:.r.e.
Lrupl7'-r i
Bonds of RcrelvsaV'.
OfKlOB DenM,.B a t e'f P..'. -'''''-
CarTwcare utr ra ea; il j n :
J. Pvl. BUFORC
General . . .
Insurance Agent.
Tfca old Fue and T me-t:u i l"." ; -reyrcsec'.i
c.
T,epi prra a.Ta W'
Uatei Hknutc; rt liable e r-;v 1 r- tcA
Voor Patr icam t .l.-'ed.
It "".Mif r "Tfi
Pr U, itforrs utj kApm hk ' IT ' ' ' K" jf
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