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e i titi.iT mi roMnui CUT OUT IV V1TXS C0L02S. 'Picturesque America.' Conpoa cm trngm S. v57gjL NO 1W. EOCK ISLASD, ILL., MONDAY, MAY 7, 1894 PRICE TUBES CSHTO. Fj ROC I The Boston Store DAVENPORT, i Our Special FOR Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday The Mother's Friend Waists . . . . The buttons can not be torn from the waist, cither in washing or ironing. Reduction On every spring cape and jacket in the store. Fiouncings. $i.co to $1.25 flouncings for 49 ami 58 cents a yard. Sec wet window. Choice for 5SC. MED PURSEL Hi ME Cor. Second and Brady WANTS TO KNOW Does Senator Allen, Populist, of Nebraska, Why Coxey and Browne Were Assaulted. Kelly's Army About Ready to Float. Expect to be in Washington July 4. Washington, 1). C.Mav". Tn the senate today Senator Allen, populist. of Nebraska, offered a resolution pro- .! If . . . . '.. vnung iur a select committee ol live to investigate the facts connected with the assault of Coxey. Browne and Jones by the police on the Capi tol grounds, and to make such rec ommendations as will prevent such outraircs hereafter. Tlie resolution was laid over till tomorrow. 1 The I'lopmwd f'lntllia. Df.s Moixks. Iowa, May 7. Tlic procjx-ct of a prolonged boat ride is holding KeMv's men together, aad desertions are rare. Kel!v savs ihe start down the lVs Moines river ill be made tomorrow morning, and thai the arruv will be iu Washinrton Julv i. Ililmtl. Cnlrt Case 1'nsf pimed. Danville. Mv " Attorney ti-n'-nl Mlont'- and Hon. E. K. K. Kii:ilr of this city, appeared bef.irj the circuit court when the rem nimulcr c:i w is railed and asked Iur time to pr-ur ni.iiin ntn. i.x-Attorncy i.i-ncrnl Hunt, for :tv vill!n till, mud he wns wiLiiinz to t:ri:iit the iouu- M-l lor the il.'f-;iHi adeijuate titi.ofir jirvjiv ti.lion. Judro li.iuUa:ti-r tlit'u crnntci n contmunnc; if the c:ise uutti Muudjy luorniiiK. M iv 14. Wlilttrap Outrage In Micliijjiin. MtSoMINKE, May T. A Litccap o::t- i rcporied from the norfl.rrn p:irt ol Dunn county. A piirtjr of ten tm-n visited tliu lioiiiu cf J. W. Wiutl-or, on J lav mvr. and with threats (lemiiixLd tlie vncvitiuu of tlie premises. Windsor was thoroughly Iroihlciiiil iuiiI moved to llarkcr. lhc trouble seems to h.nv grown cut of law fcuit bet wen biin and his m iIihors. fiplil Among Mln'Vtul'l. 5T. Levis, May :. A rpMhil to The Psl Dispatch from Trenton, IIU , says that a spi.t :u the I links cf "CieBeral" MuVrisou's coinuiounenier lia. tiikcu lilacu over Uiouey Mattel s Tuirty-ciiilit d.sL'raiitie'! n.en scpara'.e I froi:t tii9 tnr.in comma:;:! and ticu'lpsl for Carlisle, whii the "-i:.- tr.-ii" ji:i1 ir.-t loyal col.orts a;:.:ci:i.i u Hiishhiui. lVu- Ci1:tcI n Ilrilie. riTTsrrr.ti, Air.y 7. .ichn A. Horn, mentli.r of the "elect council, A"e:;l.cr;j at a meet ins of the council t'.iar-d tiia'. cs- Coum-iimuu Hit-hard Ann.-'rjiiz had oiT'-red Mat a bribe if lu wnr.M vote for Gu tavu Kt.'.'.a.-uau to lr cnj ::ftT of the new waterworks. Arr.::..:;! wa nirtsteti at :i.:ihiii:'.il va ;Lj charge 4 brib.-ry, lfnniliec ?lny 'friz T!c!r Hair. Chicauo, May Z At tti? mectinc of the deaconesi cci.ftT'Jii e eostiimt! i ii:i:::iit:'c recoiiiTocmU' 1 th.n. the hair :n::y he worn I lain and uo jr-.vc'.ry Ik- worn. There r, xoiiir cibjert ion to ti.e two ter c -I'lidir imi u:ul Dr. North, of New Yi;r!i, delende 1 "Inziy liiiir. The i!oet( r won the d:iy and the Llai:i li lir i.Iea was voted down. a!oort X.ltfii!i4 at le Moine. Des Mol.vi.s, l.i.. May 7. Toe t::y eoun cil l.i: del iili l i: i y..,:..t the total icitise lor f.i'ooiis un -it tlie Iiew ii.i.c Ir.v Sl.t'.J ', oud.::-4 to auiouni j.ioviueJ Ly the ttatL- law. Ttl Irutlier '.Vr J:.;, ct. WaiiInutox, 7.":iy T --'I'h friiu::i oro the wi-ui'iir ;.. oii.it. 'Uk :ir t..,s.r-i.t;r houi-M Irom ri in y, ,i i.l::y: 1 ur iu.li..ii i aii llii H"i I a;r t at .'i r; v.c.:i-rly v. ;ii,.. I . r Li v.or Mu uu:aii 1- t.ir a';.Uit: u.ti wc.-i,t.v v. i :.,:-:. Fori Mvr Jiu aitiiii-I u.r wenth.-r. i-ro-n-l by fli ovum :ti iu'rra i"irii.m; .;.!,. - r in Ui.i oIikIo- t r V.-1-t..i'V. Itrt d !.i it u , erlyniui.fi. lia..nl:iius n lon e hi.r ; a.r wtuia Ti T.'tt-Ti, u.v:iaoa.; v..r.u hj. Tim lvarr I'ulm .T Alerliu The dwarf yidiu. which furnishes con siderable tjtraitities of tilxT. j.tov,s ia preat profusina in Algeria and in onetf tho Jirincij'-J olotacks to t!ic t:le:;rf::;: of the lar.d. sotl.ic'ily does it cn.w nml so diCicf.lt to jii'l r.;. Its root. j:, h:,;;,.v reseiubliti carrots, penetrate into ti.e p-onrd to tt p dcjitii o a yard or luon. aiul when it i stnu only hi cr.t it hj ror.ts outr.i;;i:u alinort iuitocdiatf ly. As i!s unme indit-i.f'.-s. this palm is very Miin.il. and cr.ti only attain a ci.rlain height whirti protected, us ia the Arab ceiue teri"3. for csaiaple. Mouda Lconom iiiue. (avnl hy a NlrUi-L At Lor.f.-iow. Tcs., while Jim Vitirs was fMltriij v.i'.h u revolver it went off, and nil tua. nveJ lii life was a i:icUl V.hich bo bad in a pants pocket The ball struck the coin and glanced down bis Ug. nial:ii: a lor.;; blue 6lre;iU. Accommodalirj. Ilo was evidently a very oblijn iuy. fur w!m-u lio applied io the Merchant for a position and was asked his age ho re plied: "Oh. fir. 1 rha'd be whatever ne yon with ma to br llartwr's Bazar. A lual.ir hrnt. Tacia. Wash I have used your Simmons' Liver Regulator and can conscientiously say it is the king of all liver medicines. I consider it a medicine chest in itself George V. Jackson. 'Your druggist sells it in powder or liijnid. The powder to In take"! dry or made into a tea. VIAG IN THE SENATE. Parne Aronnd a jj ,ok Entitled 'Whal rongrens Han Done." WashJxcton, SUy 7.-Dr. A. E. Me Cnndlnutof riitsbnrg played a practical joke n tome of bis friends in the senate. He pi e4 in a page's bands a small volume and s.id: "Will yon pleise hand that to Senatir Quny, with my compliments?" The bpok was perfectly innoeant in ap pearnice and wns entitled "What Congress Has Done," The pug? took the book and startod oil and Dr. McCatidlcss slipped over into one of the galleries. Senator Quj y opened the book, and us he f lanced frorrpapH to pae bis face relaxed into a smile, and as he went on he broke into a hearty laugh. After a few moments be called a page and told him to take the bonk to Vice President Stevenson. The boy did ns bid. Vice President FtETLnion looked at the cover, glanced through the book and then, as Senator tinny had done, began to laugh heartily. H shook his linger at (Juny, and sent tlie lok down to Senator Peffer. The wntle. nan from Kansa i looked at the book for u instant and then be laughed quietly be- tinil bis whiskers. Ha pa.-sed the book to senator ilale, and so it went the whole Kound and was greeted everywhere with u tearty laugh. Although the book bad a caret u ny worded cover, the iusido pages wire blank. HATCH'S REPORT READY. Anti-Option Measure to Keach the House in a IVw ua,. Washington-. May 7- Chairman Hatch of the bouse committee on agriculture has finished Lis report on the anti-option bill agreed to by the committal and will pre sent it to the house. It will be called up for consideration when opp irt unity ofTera and Mr. Hatch hojx-a to see it enacted into law befora congress adjourns. He expects to get the right of way some time next ween ami docs not anticipate that any protracted discussion follow, iie lieiieves that it will be passed by the house with rensonn le promptness and u;ni tne senate will take similar action. It looks," Le says, "as though the measure, would this lime succeed in pet ting upon the suit utc books. All tho ob jcctiouabli) features which huve caused the anti-option bill to be ntitagonined have been eliminated. The only sections which will meet with any serious opposition are those relating to bucket shops. Vhe regu lar deah-rs in futures are pretty Well sat isiied with the b,U." ;higan. the Itte NEW SENATOR FROM Mil John I'll t ton, Jr., to Mi creed Srmttir Stol.lrltlge. Lansing. Mich.. May '. Governor Kich has amiouueed the appnintmeut of .John Pattou, Jr., ns I'nit .-d States senator to succeed the late Senator Stockbridge r.n- til a successor is elected by the legislature next January. Air. Pattou is considered one of the brainiest lawyers and or i: tors in Urand l.ajiu.s. ne is a college lired man, ler souully popular, a::d has uoue much for Bepubbeanisni. lie i KELLY AX ADMIRAL. The Industrial Leader Will Take to the Water. 333 OF A FLEET CF F0HT003S. fos MulnM Ttvls Happy at the Prospect nf Relief slid 0icns Its t'ocknt Rook Lib rinlly for Lumber nnt Sn pplfef The 'Arm)" ritolien In with a Will anil a dumber v.t Heats Slimr l'p Completed lor the Vlr.it Hay's Work. Des Moines, May 7.--The departure of Uy's army is in sight. After adicus- K Mon .n which tlic failure to secure a train wns thoroughly ventilate! and the impos. B.buity of doing; sa unanimously accepted, the industrials agreed to leave by river if boats coul 1 ba procure!. This decis-.on cjene.l tne pursu strings of the citiz-.-ns agaia and money w as bbrally offered to pmvido lum'jer ti baild ITiO hoats 6xlfi feet each, to carry 'en men tacli. Kelly realizing that his wi home here is worn out t Tired to su'.iicribe i!10 of the money if ns.-vss.iry. The "gencrar uNo had tc draw on his nsi-rve fund for money to buy 1,j3') pound of meat, the men having be come almo-t mutinous on a bill of fare ol bread and rr.-n.-kcr. SawiuijlK Cut tho X-nmher. Sawmills immediately net to work cut ting the lumber needed for the boats, and yester.l-y morning tins eighth day of Kelly's sr.-.y lu-re rnw a l.irj-e quantity delivered just below the confluence of the !)es Mi iue and K-iccoon rive:--. lioveruor Ja:-k.-tu took up liio river ehene aetively and perotmily solicited Mtliscr'ptlon fot the expenses t f the trip, ami the citizen? relief committee, which had t'ossd its licau';'i:vt.rs nece-s.ta: ing the detail by Kelly of lifty men to f iliiit lood re commenced lusiues. In fact the prospect of gi ttiug rid of the army awake new zeal everywhere mid the scheme, so far a huiliiing the boats and a si ppiy of lood is concerned, is a success air.-ady. The Army (iocs to Work. The army was also authorized, and when Ki lly called for Volunteers to build boats :,o) c.-uv! forward mostly mechan ic of n;.-,re or hs-s ixperience and ninreh lug three abreast to tlie boat yard began the work o p-.-tii:ig t he pontoons together. :i the way ;hry sal g "Marc hingThrougb Georgia," r.n l wlvle crossing the rivet struck up "There's One More Hirer tc Cross." When the work was commenced few had to pull oil coats for they had nc coats to '.heir hacks. They went to work with great eagerness and before noon at least twenty-five boats were in process ot building, and about lifty were completed during the day. General Kelly explained that it w::s the lirt chance his men have bad to work, and he was very proud of the inipressitm they mnde in this role. I.i-.uiic?i ci ttie I-irat Itoat. At 5 o'clock in Ihe afternoon the first boat was completed and launched. Three Pennsylvania, 41 years of ae. and a law yer by profession. He is an eloquent and forceful speaker, nad in all state and national campaigns is iu much demand ns a campaign orator. His speeches are characterized by bteaclth of view, purity of diction and cnuipreheu jire knowledge of the subject. native of cheers were given for the first evidence ot liiciiirin into Amur Plate I'rnmls. Washington. May 7. Captain Samp son, Professor Alger end Lieutenant. Ack ermau, a board np ointed by Secretary Herbert, examined ai length etidence sub mitted by Attorney Wallace at McKces port to support th allegations of Mc Luckie and other ex-Homestead working men that, there luive been extensive frauds in connerticu with the fabrication of naval armor pbit.es. in addition to those already discovered by Secretary Herlicrt. The liotird is coud'i.-ting its inquiries pri vately and the preeiit purpose is to as certain whether Mr. Wallace's charges relate to armor plates upon w hich penal ties bare not tiucu levied already by the department. Hnnthern IrTethodist Coittcrenre. Memphis, Mar 7. liUhop Wilson pre sided over the southern Methodist general conference anithe devotional exercises were ltd by l v. Iloraee Hishop ot the northwest Te:;as conference. The most important feature of the session was a report from the committee on upjxmls sustaining the appeal of lh'T. George A. Maudcvillo from Ike action of the Ixiuisi anii conference in expelling him from the church. The report practically reinstates Dr. Mandeville. No other busiuess of gen eral interest wns transacted. the Kelly navy. After phing around for a short time. General Kelly, and the two women who joined the army at Omaha, Mis Hooten and Miss Harper, got into the bnnt with four of tlie men and amid great cheering began the journey down the river to test its ability to float the navy. The trial trip wns pronounced every way successful. At 6 o'clock the men dropped their tools nn J resumed the march back to camp. Most of the boats will he finished today, but it is very doubtful whether the army will set sail before Wednesday morn ing. Mcatnvhiie a committee is going ahead calling on the farmers and the peo ple c.f towns near the river to meet them as they float down and supply them with food. Will lie Given a Warm (iooilliye. The prospects are that the river will be lined wit h jienple and carriages all the way down, as the country is thickly settled and by prosperous people. General Kelly ex pects to reach ottumwa, ahont ninety miles clown, cm the evening of t he second day, but. be will hardly do so bv the end of the fourth day, according to good bulge i'here are many here who look upon the river journey as a piece of nonsense, aud regard lauure the oulv possible outcome. The camp i Las hern fairly well supplied with provisions. The prospect of getting rid c:t the army has caused an increase iu the contributions. Many Des Moines car penters assisted :n the work of building boats. The laboring men here have only cue desire and that is to get rid of the at my. Thcv have seen enough of so-called Kellyism and socialism to la-t them for ten years. - DOINGS OF THE COMMON WE ALERS. Hie W ashington Armr Puts Ihe V. S. Mar shal to Trouhlc Cravwrn'. Hum! Spokane, May 7. lk-puiy I'nited States ..l:i!hai mson received telegrams from a jiwiim una part ol the comnamwealera who Lad boarded a Northern Pscifsc train Hungarians Conclude to ; Homo. PlTTs.UL'i.u, May 7. The entire plant of the Carrie fui uaces at Keating, Pa., Las closed down as a result of the strike of the enul miners The plant euinlovs about 700 men and is the most important of the Hun- liud been side tracked there, that trouble kin industries. AlsmtiiO Hungarians at ! was teareu, and asking for help. mson this plnm concluded that the country immediately put fortv demit v marshals aooara a Fpeciul aud left for lakima. Tlie men are i.rmed with Winchesters and side arms. Private advices from railway ofiiciais indicate that oO'J industrials are sirung along the track liettveeu i-prngue and Lbeasburg. Dolphin savs two of Lis companies will leuve Spokane Monday, the others remaining here to receive strag gltrflrom the west. was "no good" nny more and have star tea tor their native bind. Csrriuge Struck by a Train. Ashlanp, Mass., May 7. As. Mrs. Dr. A. W. Thippof Hopkinton and her two sous we:v crossing the New York and New Km:bmit railroad in re ih. ir carriage was struck uy an cuginc aud all three ut tbciu Us:uiIijC piub.ibly fatal injuries. Tho Cuktent lor Hi.- I'l iinuat. ClISOAco. May 7. i-'oliowiiig are Satur day' -eugue taa bail scotcs- At Pitts burg-Ss. Louis 5. Pitsluirg d: i.t Ncw Voru iloston 'Z. New Vorii -r, at i'lola uelphii. lir.. k:yn i. Pi:-.h..lelpbi- 8. at liulllUiore Wasuing'.o:; i. litiltuuore V. unUay games: A. Chicago-Cux.naati 6. Chxngo ' called tc. ; vrm.: v.-iiors to catch a train. ! Kilter Nagwt W'oltll 3.033. Asl'KN, Colo., May 7. A Mlver I.uggct wei tiling S,: pound and worlh i ;j,'0 has been huisled out of the S:r.;ij.gier mine. There isa Ini-yc a:uou:.t of such rich ore ia sight iu this mine, but the owners are tak ing out but little on account of the low price of silver. Ilatrou Stroke of Lightning. ! WiNStn.GO City, Minn., May 7. Dur ing a rainstorm G. W. Dibble's baru was 1 (truck by lightning aud destroyed, killing eighteen head of cattle, eight horses aud burning all his machinery, hay aud t;ruiu Went to Jail with a Hontirr- Jus. O.HA'.l.v, May 7. Grayson's common- wealers are still at North l'iatle, Xeb., iu dire distress. Three days agj General Grayson wur deposed and was succeeded by General Hudson. The new command ing olhcer allowed his annetite to over come him and was thrown into jail to ..'..no n'T l....K.. J . ' f - """US J ig. Congressman GriB'en'a Affliction. Wakiiisgton, May 7. Representative Griflen of Detroit, who was elected to suc ceed J. Logan Chipman, has for a Ions nine Kiiuereu irom a defective hearing. ithm the past two weeks his trouble has grown so much worse that he is now entirely deaf. He has co-jsulted eminent physicians but they hold out no bone. and he will 1k compelled to retire from congress, his friends fear, although serv ing his first term. Keal merit is characteristic of Hood's Sars.iparilla, and is man! tested every day ia . lhl remarkable cures the medicine accomplishes. ' . Challenge Sale 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, forge. Domct shirtwaists for 11c. Childs' pants, worth $1.50, for 89c. 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, i5ceach; 75c per half dozen. Ien's half hose, while they last, 3c. Fine spring tcck ties, worth 50c, for 25c. 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. Cause underwear 19c, worth 35c. Men's black and tan British half hose worth" 25c per pair; two pair for 25c. Boys' fine suits, worth up to $15, go for $7.50. Overalls, the 50c kind, for 25c Black and blue. You know us: Underselling Everybody On Everything. Big Store. Blue Front. SAX&RICE, ROCK ISLAND, IL, Seven Per Cent Loans. We desire to call attention to the fact that we have constant ly on hind and offer for sale at par and accrued interest First Mortgage Loans In sums of $200 and n-pw-n--'a, secured on improved 1...1113 and other choice real estate, running from one to live years and draw ing SEVEN per cent interest se mi-annually. A Word to the Wise is Sufficient. The shrewdest investors are now calling in their money or gathering it together to put in these seven per cent loans while they can be .had. The securities we offer are csjH'cially adapted for the in vestment of savings and trust funds, as onr personal atten tion to all the details of the loan, from its date to its ma turity, relieves the bolder from all annoyance except to present his coupon to ns for collection. For further infor mation call at the ollicc of JACKSON & HURST, Masonic Temple. GEO. F. KOTII, Supt. Loan Department BICYCLES I make a specialty ot repairing or furnishing parts for any Bicycle, and guarantee satisfaction on all work done. If your wheel needs attention try me. Hair Clippers and Razors sharpened on short notice. JOHU KOCH. Market Square. Oxfords See us for anything in this line. We can show you the proper things, at the right prices. All widths. Tan Shoes For ladies and gentlemen; a great summer shoe and very popular. Large Buttons. If you like a stylish shoe these will add to its appearance; also wrinkled vamps. We have them. $3.00 Shoes a Specialty "The BOSTON," 162? Second Ave., Under Rock Island House. LATEST NOVFLTIES IN DETJ SDH .EE CAM BE IIH AT E. F. DORN, The New Merchau. Tailor. 1823 SI CON D AVE Harper Hoiae D'oot