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May Bargain Sale!
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of tin' week. Tht'8 foU
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t... I- a r Ir; liwlirs' ..mivnw fiw
lit. k . It a itr: nnr fu rulon-d
I fi-t of. h.w, u! a pnlr fur $l ;
n-ir '" IKi- limli no4v. 3 !lr lot f I.
Curtain and Irnpcry Har-
i,-. - tn.l- Sll frrf long mllir
,.- n h Sxniv. riimlrti:. at ITc
; In Ion rollrr .h-iile. wMi fl-f--.-utiii:.-:-,
i-li-gmt lim-n frtinii. at
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i n.i'il hu.iiT w-ilrd nn I thn wvhi-d
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ia !.' U'aUt At :ttM' rach. ln-
j wi.t. iihiiipd front aud back, full
fe Alii! okt
Lv!ii'-' white waUts. tucked
line, rn'il mI ml'aranil enff att&cajch.
i 1 1 - rwnu iniii'rwrar iar-
(..'tit.' Amertrnn ballirliririti
ti't- m l oriiw.r at W ak: irviita
An- -i-iin li-tf t r ft i .hirt. atid ilitwrra
j' h . .!nt' tinr l-altiritfifcti pldrra
am fir.i r -. WMrrmtid. rvpt an
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M r ti .'nf inil flrawrri n' Mir e.rti:
; ivy liir Hi 1 Ulil'anil Uraw-
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tr i, rt.r h. i N. I r wn Un aatl .latr
I M'Ttu h im. at :5c a pair.
t f !" moire. l';.f n yard.
jf'T I . I tulTeta-. He a yard.
u t ; n r ilannels. 4jc a vard.
.1 J im
tlre. ginghams at
Mi ! ianei ma Shirred seersuek
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I'm' . v ii...: ,jirk pr.o j 4',c a ianl.
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I.in.'ti r.ifgniii. Vino all linen
"i''' J "V irl. pl twilil r.ih
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ve'i In h' T r-i th . rlolh aT l.V a
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ii' H-'iird lalil - liwn al
I'! iril , 1. " i inihiaehi lalilr linen
I l'-r i v ml . . t. ukc II linen tiwl
" h. n-i.i n,.l h'irk lowrl at
l; ," 1 h; ,m , i, r anil rolitrt-tt but
iwt it v a ii it l.i ..mi t iwI, all lin n.
" ''' -"'N serge plaids, copied
fr in n,i.,rt,.d patterns, at 14c a
'"' mixtures at 2ac a vard;
I'-iin li Jitnii'stowns, wear and
,";' r. ...ting fabrics. 27c avvard.
'-'"! ladies' cloth, regul.V
pr ''c ;,,.; reilm etl to 7jcayanl
- -!- wnrsted suitings, 2-
'";iMi. at 1-Jie a yard.
:!,;-irn'h worsteif tlia-'onnl miil-
;l,'-inih lunriettas, beautiful
-""l'. will wear for years, at
a yard; 3.1c tpiality.
;,'i.iiieh all wool noveltiea. 50c
r'tl'tv. will be sold f..r !lc a
V"-'!. a large variety.
j Cor. Second and Brady
Scottdale, Pa.,'tho Scene of
Hungarians Again on the
A Factory Superintendent
Struck with a Hatchet.
A Woman the Cold Blooded
The House Sub-Committee
on the U. P. Cases.
Favors Curtailing Judicial
Judge Scott's High Handed
Act the Cause.
S-iTTtAl.F., I'a., Mar 4. A im! of
20!) htrikin Hungarians with their
wivcn altaeki-il the I'uinter works f
the MeC'iiirc l.'tikc eonijianv tliis
niurning for the purpose, of making
tlie feu- men at work, quit, depu
ties uardin the works lireil on
them, shtmiin' ut leas-t 10, three fa
tally. When the ammunition of the
ileputieit lii-came exhausted, they re
treated to the tipple, where they
were overiovereil and badly lieaten
liy the desperate ruoli. SHjioriiitcinU
ent White received ' two terrihle
blows on the head from a hatchet in
the bauds of woman and is probably
Important Committer llepnrt.
Wasiiinc.tiin, May 4. The report
of the Mib-ciiiumittee ,f the bullae
committee on judiciary which has
been investigating the rulings of
Judge Jenkins in relation to the
Northern Taeilic railroad eases was
made in full to the committee totlav.
The committee Hint that the object of
both writs of injunction was t pre
vent the employes from striking, an
order which practically compelled
the employes to accept a lower
rate of wn-'is. This is, in the
IIMH ir'' 'II' ..'.t ' .' '. 'L l.i1.-!-
atitise of judicial authority with
out warrant of law and is void.
I'hc committee funis no su!Tn-ii nt
evidence to sustain any charges
ngai:ist the judge, but recommended
that a prohibitory staute be enacted
winch wm prevent recurrence ot
nch orders, and also recommends
the enactment of a statute ilctiuing
and limiting the powers of I'nited
Mates jndges in jiroceetlings for con
tempt. o actum tvas taken on Un
report by tin- committee. Tiie re
publican mi-moer of tlie suii-com-
mittee w ill probahiy make a miimrity
Thr I'rrllnilnnry llt-nrlni; nf Covf-y t nl.
Wai:iin;ti, Mav. 4. When tin-
trial of Tnxcy, I'.rowiin nml Jones was
resumed in the city mliee court this
morn.iig. tnc attorneys fur the defen
dants moved tn quash the information
on the ground that it was bail in riili-
stancc mid it was forbidden to do
things charged eer in the district of
Col urn Ida.' The court overruled tin
motion, and a recess was taken to al
low the jury to In; iniiauuclcd.
Tilt llonileltlii! Manlnv Again.
CoLollAIxi SI-KIM. s. Col., May 4 .Tnc
Ada, a (ii-ruum employed on the ram H of
Mrs. Hosii Kit h, six miles from K.im.ili,
while HUtTeriux trnin an aiti-t-k of tciiipiir
ury itiaauity, shot innl futully viiiiiiilcd
Mrs. Ulch and then lirtil a bulU-t Ihroucli
Itallwny Miitn lftriiyc-l.
ATLANTA, (ia.. May 3. A sn-cinl The
C'oiistittitiiui reHir,H the destructimi by
lire of the Marietta nml rorth (ii-orma
railriMtd sli'ios nt Marietta, together w itii
lo oumtires aud cars. The loss will bu
TNn Arllin on tltr Cliiiie. Tri-nty.
Wasiiincton, May :i The kemitt- in ex-
eruti-o session pir.t puiird action upou tho
'iVes. tn-atv until .Mulid.'v
IS ON TOP
Costs lets than Half
end pleases much better!
then the over-priced and
Judge for yourself.
la Cons. At your Grocer's I
ALTGELD ON APPORTIONMENT.
The Governor Itm-lamt Thnt of 183 the
rairmt Kit-r Blaile.
gri:ix;i'iELD. Ills.. M.n- aL-.j
express his ouinion of the lU-imblicank-BHl
fu;ht asainst the npfiortioninent of ISI3
Governor Altj-eld Niid: "The lU-publican
......i..Ki it nave never tiesitateil to prosti
tute tnc corns lor the puriiose of y.rrj--ing
out partisan schemes whtnevir aud
wherever tlu-v .,i.l.l ,i n-i
. ... ..v, i ur Hiiiiuirini
apportionment law passed l!Lst year makes
1... . .
nic miri'M apportionment of the state
that has t-ver been made. It is much
more fair than was the nptitirtionnient
law passeil by the K -publicans umb r the
census of lsso innl tn.. i..u, i i
, . -.v. ......v .,,,lll4 ft.iw i.S
oiien to a Kreat many more lejjal oliji-ctious
tlmn iu t l.u 1.. 1 l.. .
- .nwii mm. year.
"Theyaltnek this new law on the ground
that some ot the districts are not as con
tiguous and compact as is required by tho
constitution, yet the most objectionable
districts under the new law are much
more contiguous and compact than were
many of the districts under the old law.
Xobodv ever tlion -l.i f
. - r -. . ... ..b.ii rviiift t.iic
coast it utiomility of the law of lss.t, Iin,l
t 111 I'lUlllllliHt 1.1 .... .1 r
-, vmuHi not dream 01
qurstioniim thu constitutionality of the
law of iv.ct i it wvr-not for tlie fact that
ft iiuiioritv of tin. in.i.-,. -.f .......
court of Illinois hapiieu to ba 11,-iiuiiHc-ans
Much excitement prevails here and ever
the state as to the result.
HARRISON TALKS TO TRADERS.
l!o Makes Anotln-r i:-f,-rence to the
Cincinn ati. May 4. Kx-I"ri-sideiit Har
rison was invited to address the memliers
of the chamber of commerce. His appear
ance under escort of a committee was the
signal for a roiiMim cheer, which was re
peated when President Michael Kvan in
troduced him. He benaiitiysaviunth.it
onlinarily he would hesitate to "interrupt
the mi-nilK-rs iu their daily busineMi for a
little talk, but. he presumed there was less
force iu that view now, as they were per
haps not so busy im they w ished to be.
He spoke on the same lines lis at the
Loyal Li-tiou meetiui;, saying that tho
reat body of cit i.eus would irsist that
reforms must come under the form of
law. No man, he said, and no association
of men counseling the redress of wronss
by law lessness will lie tolerated by the
people. The rit;ht thinking, patriotic
people of nil p.rties w ill unite to sustain
the iidiiiinistration, from constable to
president, in the suppression of lawlessness
and in support of law. Loud applause
HILL CONTINUES INEXORABLE.
He Will Not Vote fur the Income- Tax in
the Tar ill Itill.
Washington, May 4. liy a vote of 37 to
1. six of the forty fiiiir Democrats being
absent, the Democratic seuators iu caucus
udopted a resolution agreeing to support
thu tariH bill of the finance committee, in
cluding the compromise amendments that
him. tiFaw-Mrrgcd p!i by the n;7nrj-Trm'
fjrences of the Democratic senators dur
ing the past two Weeks. Hill was the dis
sent ieui, UeelariiiK that so loin; as the in
come tax remained iu the bill he would
uot vote for ii.
They Oln-j rd vt'li limit Jm st Inn.
SoSoliA, Cab, May 4. A lone highway
man held up the stae between Sotiora
aud Mill on. He orden-d the passengers
out of the st.-ip and then in their pres
ence coolly proceeded to blow up the iron
safe with pant powder, lathe explosion
a valise and a sealskin sack lielotiKtng to
a lady pasener were blown to pieces and
the rubber pot Itothiiii; from the safe.
Tnen he ordered the driver and passen
t'.Tslnn" on and not look back for live
minutes. They olieycd.
Mrs. Jour. I'rnlt-Mleit Vt ilh a tinn,
Kmi-oUIA. Kas., May 4. The house of
John .Ioiihs, hree miles east of this city,
was roblied while the family was absent.
On returning; a man was discovered leav
ing the hou-'j. ,loues followed and cap-tun-
I him, but agreed to let hini go if he
wouid return the stolen articles. Mrs.
.limes, however, entered a protest. She
got a double-barreled shot gun aud kept
the thief undercover until word was sent
to tlie city for Sheriff Kvaus, who took
him to j iii.
llliniiiH tlenltlt .Intliorilie. SiinimiiKicil,
Si-i:iN.tTKI.li, May 4. Dr. John W.
Scott, secretary of tiie Illinois state board
of health, has i.t.sueil a call for a conven
tion of all county, municipal and town
ship health authorities of Illinois to meet
herein conference Friday, June S, for the
purpose of organization for general sani
tary purposes, consideration of small pox
aud other contagious diseases and prepara
tion of matters for future legislation and
for uu annual state sanitary survey.
father nml Son llitve a Fatal Tight.
OZAltK, Ala., May 4. . S. Kii kkind, a
planter, and bis son IK-ni is tiuarreled over
plantation matters. The son finally went
to town, but returned during the night
very drunk. He renewed the quarrel with
his fatiier, fuiailv drawing a kuile and
slashing the elder gentleman fatally. Iu
the meantime the latter had drawn n pis
tol and succeeded in discharging a bullet
into thu sou's breast, killing him in
stantly. I'liele feiim Has H Uml in l'kMe.
ST. 1'AfL, May 4. Although the Great
Northern strike is settled tho United
State authorities urc not done with the
men who interfered with the passage of
mail trains ttnd conspired to retard them,
la tlie hands of Mar-dial li.-du there are
still some fifty warrants lor the arrest of
the Great Northern men ehar.ed with of-
feuses above named, w hich w ill la-served.
Wilson's Vacation Nearly raided.
Xw DKI.EASS- Mav 4. Congressman
Wilson. chairman of tho house committee
ou ways and menus, reached Ii iton Itoiigc
from Platiiieiiiine. He was fline.l lit the
governor's mansion and given a public re
ception at the statehou.se. Toda) he left
for New Orleans and w ill leave there Mon
day for Wiisliington. His health is al.uost
A ran'.t Visits uu Ari-liliishop.
New VoiiK, May 4. A crank named Jo'nn
1L Fell visited Archbishop Corrigau's resi-(leui.-e,
declaring thnt he warded to see the
prelate, us he w anted to be forgiven. While
in the entrance he stooped down and kissed
'.he floor, but nn unsympathetic policeman
"took bun iu" and to the station, where
he swore he would see the archbishop if it
look him a lifetime.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL., FBI DAY, MAY
Brck of the Sheriff on the
DULUIH TEOOPS GO OK GTJAUD DUTY
Strikers Hoot tlie Sil.i-rs ami Prospects
lor Tron llc Are Very limt Iowa Miners
Acreo to tin i n tho Cireat Strike Pits in
IltinniK Gradually Closing Only 24.000
C'ont Higher in. the. Whole Country ut
DfLfT;i,May ). P-hcrifT Sharvey, linvbig
obtaiuetl from the governor nuthorlty to
take treojis to the Mesa be ranLre where the
miners wen? in a riotous mood, started
yesterday wit h the militia of this city and
arrived nt the scene of trouhlo in due
time. The striking miners were considera
bly surprised when the troops arrived,
hut have conducted themselves jieacealily
nil day with the exception of booting; the
militiamen as they funnel in line. Sheriff
Sliarvye endeavored to get the trouble, at
the Franklin mine settled l.y arbitration,
but the eliort was unsuccessful. An at
tempt w ill he made to resume work at
this mine and trouble is iu sii;ht. These
miners are believed to lie the on!y ones who
have any provocation for striking. They
arc paid cents a car for loading.
IOWA MEN VOTE TO STRIKE.
Aflc-r Thrrn Trial, the 'SJulrtera" Obtain
n majority oj .Vu,
Dks Mo;m:s, Ia., Maj 4 The miners'
convention nt Albia was tiie of the largest,
ever held in Iowa, delegates Ti-presetiting
.i-ariy tl,t-" miners bting present. The
!:rst vote on a strike resulted iu a tie GO
to t n. The second vote was against sus
pension by a majority of y votes. The
third vote stoo l t!5 to .V; iu favor of (j'lit
ting work. Tiie vole was taken amid
great tension of feeling. Several impas
sioned pleas were made for t ho mini-is of
Iowa to stand firmly by their feli-iws in
other states. No other impoi taut business
was transacted except the appointment of
an executive board, consist iug or Mos -s
Siatk, of lies Moines; Samuel Roberts, of
D.s Moines J. r Uejnolds. of Deacon; J.
T. Clarkson. of Foster, and William lies
see, of 1 litem in.
The miners in this district will m.-et to
morrow i. ud act ion w. 11 bir -taken to carry
out the decision reached nt Albia. Tiie
D.-s Moines operators expect the miners
to nearly ail go out. The strike includes
all laborers about the mines. The Iowa
miners realize that it is purely a strike of
sympathy, and many of them are really
averse to it.as they are in need of the wages
work having been slack during the win
ter mouths iu many localities.
CLOSING THE ILLINOIS WORKS.
The "Crusaders" Arc Gradually Inducing
the Workers to Out.
ST. I.oris.lay 4. The diners are grad
ually closing ull the shafts in southern
Illinois, and iu the St. Louis district few
are now running. The Consolidated com
pany, which has been operating uearly
lifty mines, has only six in operation now.
The Madison company has none at work.
The latest addition to the ranks of the
"quitters" was nt Kdwardsville, Ills.,
when about SH) men stopped work, in
duced by crusaders from the striking dis
tricts. At Mount Olive 1(H) men have quit
audit is considered quite probable t hat
every mine in St. Louis territory will lie
closed within the next ten days. Coal is
still being produced at CariinvilU-, iu the
Muddy valley, w here l.otw men are em
ployed, and at Sandoval with 4'Joro-X
miners, and some smaller mines,
l:i.i ATI K, Ills., May 4. A meeting of
Decatur miners was held las: night and
about l.V) out of t he 4m) were present. Two
members of the Springfield association
were here and talked up the meeting, but.
left liefnre it was hehl. They urged these
men to strike, who have been nt work so
lar and have no grievances. Last night the
men decided to work until noon today and
tbn meet to discuss the questiou of strik
ing. Only S4 ,)( Miners nt Work.
I'lTTsm-ia;, May 4. President McDride,
of the United Mine Workers of America,
iu an interview- stated that there were
now less than i'4.iKH) miners working in
the country. Should tlie strike Is-settled
by a conference it w ill be the greatest
victory the miners have w on in years.
There are M,(0 mines iu the country, with
an output of KiO.iioo.ddj tons. Employed iu
them are about liia.u.H) miners.
GETTING DESCERATE FOR KELLY.
lie Ca: ni.t iet Trai:sir:ntiou, and "Grub"
I.s Very Scarce.
Ds Motxus, Ia., May 4. Kelly's case is
getting desperate. The urbanized labor
committee that called ou Gvoernor Jack
son could only obtain a promise that tlie
governor would try to obtain transporta
tion for the "iiimy," having nlruidy ex
hausted his resources in the attempt to
got a train. He now says he cannot get
river transportation. Kelly still has hopes,
but his men nre discouraged. Toey swear
nicy win wniK uo run her.
Fool is getting scarce. Hreakl'ast was
made from weak collee and bread, but ut
supper there was some meat. The com
mittee that has lieeu doing the commis
sary work is also discoursed. People are
tired of decimating their larders for Kel
ly's benelit aud the grocers have called a
halt on contributions. The industrials
have hud to beg to eke out their slim fare
All the railways refuse to carry the men
lor less iuau regular rates.
Cnxey Looking for a New Camp.
A AsiiiNtnox, May 4. Coxey is putting
iu his time looking for a new camp, the
present one proving uuhealthv. There are
hSi men in the camp now. Browne says he
uas weeueu out Ml the bad element.
Costly Coiillaurution Near Albany.
Albany, N. Y., May 3. Kenwood, a
suburb of Albany, was the scene of a con
flagration which destroyed the Kenwood
Felt miils, three dwtlliuu' houses, and a
grocery store. The total joss will proba
bly reach $--J.!0,(K). y. C. Huyck aud C. H
ArgcrsuiKor, paper makers aud belting aud
machine cloth manufacturers, proprietors
of the mill, place their Ioks at 15l) ,iJ0.
Tu-ify the blood, tone the nerves,
and jgivc strength to the weakened
organs and body by taking Hood's
The London challenges the combined clothing
houses of Rock Island to meet their prices.
The London Always Undersells
More now than at any previous time of its suc
cessful career. If any doubt exists, arm your
self with these challenge prices and see if any
other house has the goods at the price:
i.ooo boys' pants, worth 25c, for 9c.
Uomct shirt waists for 1 ic.
Childs' pants, worth $1.50, for Soc.
Childs' blouse suits for 49c.
Men's fine black clay worsted suits in
regent frock, round and square cut sack
suits, worth $16.50, for $10.
Duke of York bows, worth 35 to 50c,
15c each; 75c per half dozen.
Men's half hose, while they last, 3c
Fine spring tcck ties, worth 50c, for
You know us:
Seven Per Cent
We desire to call attention to
the fact that w e have constant
ly on hand and offer for sale
at par and accrued interest
First Mortgage Loans
In sums of $200 and upv !.s,
secured on improved l-mis
and other choice real estate,
running from one to live years
and drawing: SEVEN per" cent
A Word to the
Wise is Sufficient.
The shrewdest investors are
now calling in their money or
patherini; it together to put in
these seven per cent loans
while they can be had.
The securities we offer are
esecially adapted for the in
vestment of savings and trust
funds, as our; personal atten
tion to all the details of the
loan, from its date to its ma
turity, relieves the holder
from all annoyance except to
present his coupon to us for
collection. For further infor
mation call at the oflice of
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. F. ROTH,
Supt. Loan Department .
I make a specialty of repairin' or
furnishing parts for any
liicycle, and guarantee
raiasiacuuu uu ail worit
If your wheel needs attention try
me. Hair Clippers and
Razors sharpened on short
SAX&RCE, ROCK ISLAND,
See us for Bargains.
162? Second Ave.. Under Rock Island House.
PRICE TnSEB CE3T8.
Double-breasted childs' suits, worth
$2, for $1.10.
Men's all-wool suits, worth up to $10
about 400 in all for $5.
Men's suits $2.49. Honest suit.
Gause underwear 19c, worth 35c.
Men's black and tan British half hose
worth 25c per pair; two pair for 25c.
Hoys' fine suits, worth up to $15, go
Overalls, the 50c kind, for 25c Black
Our prices are away down on
Oxfords and shoes.
For a pair of Ladies' Patent Tip
Oxfords. Be in time if you want
Buys a pair of Patent Tip and
Trimmed Oxfords in black, or we
can give you a very nice Russet
Oxford at the same price.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
urn she ra
CAM BE llll AT
E. F. DORN,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AYE