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THE ARGUS, TV EDNESPAY, MAY 23, 1894.
"i" I J i: H II! J! Si ; hv-: ,! 'I; ill1 THE ARGUS. lbaaai Dtnj am Weakly at MM reaa Atmm. vacfe laUad HI. - 3. W. Form, Pubusbkb. Time Dally, tM MH pot no. Weakly, Mi par aaaam; ta nhuci tt . All seaaajaalietluaa of a critical or anramoata- pelrtlaaj m RlVoot, BMt hate MM mm ttUcM fw MbUoMtaav Ke Meb arUclaa will to printed or actltlowa signalon. Xwiinaiiaaaan aollc ti-d fioaa awn township "'"tH Oowaty CMnnntloa. Tto 4 caver Uc rater of Bock litaad county, a taqaeatad In arad dclcwa'e to Iha coanty aowTemiuw. M a held it Iha court koaae, la Iha ellj of Boca lalaad. la aald coanty. m Tarsday, May aini, mi o'clock araa., for la fnrpaw f aoailaatln candidate for county idga, eowuty clerk, sheriff, trcisuirr, county mpiHa teadcat of acaoolt, also to acloct delegates Is the Stale coaTantma. il oln select dVlcjratee la th (uailliaitaaal enoTatl.m, alao lo select do'rgates to laa lrWU coavantioa and to appoint a ilatrstlc coealy coamililoa, and to transact sack otkar baslaees aa Bay properly com before tkeeinmatlaa. The reprefwntatloa will aa oca delcft-atefor Turj 15 democrat k votea, ard oaa for every fraetl sal of 10 rotes oa tba prtsldeutlal Tote of iswt ote. De!cPktca. Cordova we fawwa link 7-aaia I'm Rimi Hampton tUrt praclnrt .... Prennd prarlact.. Tmrd prarlact.... Molina Fir', ward torn Ml ward...... Third ward ViMtrti ward...... FMh wan I Mlthward... .... rvan k waid..... auaih wo low. ...... Knrk lalend first ward a.. Cnd ward..... Tkl-d want Fnarth ward...... Fl th want Hixth ward evaath ward..... oata I-nek Island . Hhtca Hawk C al Valley Mara' .., lollnjr rtna-ia Fl"t precinct...., reaad prccinat.. Aa laiaata Bafralo Prairie lnrary 8 rn 40 as Hi M 41 im IB! 11.4 life I'M l. Ml 1H0 117 11 11 aa i ir: l-XI Ml 111 ixi 74 (3 M 47 lie 84 Torrl tmt ita Tkc pr auuHeats tba country districts will be Bald at X o'clock p. ra. natnrday. May tS. The irtiaar'.a la tlie cities of XoUnc aud Itock Island, 0a tba aama day at 7 o'clock p. m. Daud at Rock Island. Ma 8 law. T. S. SU.TIS. Chains aa. Wit.i.ia MrKaiRT. Svcrctary. WtiE9UAT, Mat 23. 1894. The corner drug store neetus to have reentered politics. So (iF.KMAKs nwtl apply at u h ronvi'utions as wero h Ul yesterday. Tiif. democrat could not have nominated a butter ticket to knock oat. Coi RTtsr was an unheard-of qual ity In the republican convention, it seems. Tlir.KE isn't a bit of soreness among the defeated candidates today not a little bit. "1T leetle (icrman band" Gact jer, khart and Vierieh have no o'ra.ion to play "Wacht um Khine" today. If there i anything in sweet re venge, the corner drug store ought to feel satisliud, in view of the way the (test outlit fared. Tiif. Henry rountv intruders suc ceeded in getting in thir deadly work on Senator Crawford. Not cveii a sueak was iicard from the Kdging too statesman. Mouse's hostility to Uest will find Its sequel in the" course of human events in the trotting out of one William Ilutterworth for congress from this district. Tub Irish nationality must feel highly complimented over the recog nition which it received at the hands of the convention. Two or three of them were allowed to ciieak in on proxies. Tub rfjuililicans are felicitating themselves on the grand feat they performed yesterdnv. to the sorrow of the A. J. A. While they admit it was a rather unscrupulous proced ure, they deelare everything is fair in lighting inch an organization. Wuat is thire about liilly Mason to go daft over, as some of our re publican enthusiasts seem to? His entire stock in trade is blufferv. blackguardism, and nauseating pro fanity. He would make a digntticd t'ntted States senator, wouldn't he? lie seem betUr adapted to represent tough ward in the Chicago council. Ymterdat morning the Union an nounced that Hon. W. II Ucst would consent to become a cundidnte for congress again, provided he was as sured of the iodorsemcnt of his own county convention. The convention met yesterday and gave the ex-con-gressmen the tuost numilinling set back he has ever had. Yet the Union conies out in its headlines this morn ing with, "Gost for Congress." Homme republicans know how to have their own war. They put up a good job before they enter the con vention, and then religiously carry it out without deviation. Yesterday they plumped their vote from beginning to end, it may he said stood as a unit from tirst to last and ruled the roost. Securing Kohler by this movement, they went after the nom ination for nheriff. Finding they could not land it, they put the nom inee at their mercy and obligated him to them. Then they went after county superintendent of schools, got bim, helped knock out Gcst's ambi tions, and went boinehappj,; v. What absurdity it is for the Union to content itself with the idea tbat the delegates to the congressional convention, June 27, will support Gct. The Union should remember that that was not a Gcst convention yesterday; that with the exception of Or. Kinyon there are very few in the party here who sympathize with it in its Gcst movement now, and unless it is anxious to be very much disap pointed, it had letter rid itself of that idea immediately. Gcst will not have any more thow in tho con gressional convention than he did in the convention of his own party yes terday. The way the committee on resolu tions was squelched yesterday was as much of an insult to the committee as it was to Candidates Gcst and Crawford, as well as the Henry county delegation which came down in the interest of Fisher. It was an insult to the committee as realizing that the Trucsdalo resolution on the A. P. A. organization had been side tracked by tho committee, the con vention determined to give that com mittee no further voice in the pro ceedings. The committee on resolu tions was Imund to be heard anyway, though, and its report appears In t'.iis nuu n in g's Union. Attousev Gkkeical Moloxev has won another victory for the people of Illinois in the deciding of the suit against cx-Auditor C. V. l'avey for the htate. Tho ex-auditor must re store $i0.O00 to the public treasury of Illinois. The outcome of the liti gation lias been wateiied with great interest by members of the bar, as the ease really reverted to a ques tion of the constitutionality of the ex-auditor's rigiit to draw extra pny for his services as insurance commis sioner. Suits have been started against other ex-auditors on similar grounds by the attorney general, but they have been dragging through an endless round of technicalities and legal binderanecs. Mr. Moloney adopted the wise precaution of focus ing all his c (Torts upon one case, and thus avoided needless expenditure of time and money. By this plan he was enabled to press one suit and bring it to as quick a decision as the opponents' entangling movements would allow. Ilupklna fur Call. Mayor Hopkins, of Chicago, is an out aud out Cable man in the matter of senatorial preferences. The Chi cago mayor puts the Hock Islander in the front among the candidates, and the Chicago Post's Washington correspond. -lit says of the situation: Ben Cable's senatorial stock is con sidered by the democrats of the Illi nois delegation to be still on the rise. The beginning of its upward move ment was duly recorded in the Eve ning Post a few weeks ago. and has continued ever since. When the in formation which came to the Evening Post curresHndent this afternoon from an ' absolutely reliable source becomes generally known Cable's stock will take a "bigger spurt than ever. This information is that Mayor John P. Hopkins, of Chicago, has decided to supjHirt Cable for sen ator, and it is fair to assume that he will iM-nd his every energy iu the lattur's In-half. This means that Cable will have the Mipport of the Cook county democratic organiza tion. And that, in connection with the Morrison organization in the southern part of the state, it is calculated will have a decidedly bul lish influence on Cable's stock. Cable has been here for a week working like a beaver. He is in al most constant conference with Mor rison and Forman. Keports occa sionally go out that either Morrison or Forman intend to enter the sena torial race. There is not the slight est ground of truth for such reports. Morrison, as stated in the Evening Post several months since, is after the presidential nomination in "JO. He doesn't want the senalorship. He has a better job now, more to his liking and twice as remunerative. Forman withdrew from the congres sional race for purejy business rea sons. He privately "announced his intention last January of withdraw ing when he got things in such shape as to make it impossible for anybody to say that he withdrew- be cause he was afraid of being beaten either at the convention or at the polls. After his present term ex pires next March he will co to East St. Louis to practice law. Between cases he will lay the wires for the gubernatorial nomination in 'KG. rrom now till next fall both Morrison and Forman will do their best to elect Cable senator. Morvoua Dyapwpala. 'I had what anmit of Mm linr. " .VJ 1 o call nervous dyspepsia. There was such nervous fueling in my stom ach that I could not rest day or night for three years. I took three bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla and now my nioniacn iceis an rig in. iast winter I had a severe attack of pain in my sine so mat i coma not turn over in bed. I irot one bottle of Ilonri'a Kir aparilla and now am well." Sarah t i in.. . t 1. van ci, i iusuum, J.U. Hood's Pills cure sick headache. CORN IS PLANTED And the Illinois Farmer One Job Done. Has LATE FROSTS' DID LITTLE HTJET Aad Wheat la Coming oa la Spite oi Ctlnchbtigs Knit and Cheat, Which Are . Somewhat Hi-nty The Fhc-nmneaal nallstoae Officially Rrported Frnlt I'roaprcte Effect of the Frost in Iowa Outlook for Corn. , Springfield, Ills., May 23. The tem perature for the post seven days has been generally below tho normal throughout the state. Unusually warm weather pre vailed from the 14th to the 18th when a cold wave passed over the state which still continues. Except in a few of the extreme east and northeast counties the amount of of rainfall was generally below a season nolo average and luully distributed. Hail storms occurred on the lTtti and IDth, the storm cf the lDlh being unusually severe iu some sections. ' At Decatur, Macon county, the correspondent reports that some of the hailstones measured eleven inches in circumference. Frosts occurred ou the lUth and 2tlth, which did some dam age to gardeus and small fruits and to com ou low ground. Ice formed in some loculities. The iwrnentae of sunshine was below a seasonable amount. Wheat is still reported generally in Hue condi tion. In the vicinity of Parkersburp;, Richmond county, considerable cheat has developed in some f.elds aud the yield w ili be less than was exjiectcd. Little llaniRfre from Host. Rust is reported iu some fields, while chinclitrags are reported iu the wheat in a numtier of counties, but lit tie damage has been done. Some fields were injured by the hail of the l!):h. Corn planting is now practically completed over the state. On-ing to the high temjierature of the early part of the week this crop made rapid growth, and is generally reported us having an excellent, stand. There ure a few complaints of cutworms damaging tho corn on sod ground. S:me fields on low ground were injured by the late frosts. Tt'.ere is little change reported in the con dition of oats since last week. A few cor respondents report that some are tnruiug yellow and that some farmers have plowed it under. (Jardjus are generally iu line condition, but iu some localities, were damaged by hull and frost. Potatoes are also iu line condition. Tjcre is but slight improvement reported in the prospects for fruits, l'iums, apples, and pears ure still dropping. Aieadotrs uud postured still re muiu iu Hue condition. - Iowa Crop llulli-tin. Des Moines, May S3. The past week brought unseasonable extremes, tho tem perature ranging from Oi) degrees to the f ro-t line. The ave-ae r.-iinf.ill was gen erally deficit. Reports of frosts and freezing temperuturj on the lilth and Stth come from u'.l Mictions of the state, but the extent of damage cannot as yet lie de termined. Iu mutiy sect ions corn was cut to the ground, but it was only c hecked iu growtn and not materially injured. Po tatoes are not believed to lie permanently duuiuged. The acreage of corn has been materially increased over last year and the outlook for that crop is uuusua'.ly promising. A Jury CtmMMd of Women. Pnch an announcement may seem traue. but tt i a fact. 1 he jury wsia an Imiucusc one, too, and the trial hit looted fur many years. We re fer to the trial of lr. Tierce's Favorite Picacrip tion. As to in merits, there ha' been a uutnl tnmi verdict rtndctcd in its favor. Indeed ii would he imp jfsiblc to pet to-cthsr any number of ladies who hud given it a trial who would conic to any otber cmcluMcns. It curre nice-rations, displacements, removes the tenderer to cancer oaa affections and correct all unnatural d s charfrca. To those a .out to b cons mothers it is a real hooo, for it lesrans the pdne and perils of childbirth, promtocs the seer t oo f au ahun dtti.c? of n. urinbim n- for the ihiid aud shorlciu th : criod Jf confinement. Worn Out Faces Coo'u,tt,oa Rejuvenated at Offles .or..bF uncr. E yera practical exprrlenrw removuM wrtphlt-a, iiiuok out hollow ch-ek.rormln nnaea. earaand mouths. AllaUnblem. liihManil doformltlegand thotr treatment denerliied and lllua trated lu a lMi nace nook arnt staled to say address for 10 eta. John H. Woodbury Derautologlcal Institute, EttablUhed 1870. 128 W. 42d St., N.Y. WaodWy'a Facial Soap far the Skin. Scalp and Coaaplesloa. 3 cakes, (LOU, a Owg-gLits everywhere. MOVED. We are now at 1610 Second Avenue. KOHN & ADLER Wholesale Liquors. Complete Manhood and how to attain it. At list a medical work that ttllj tkc causer, describes the effosts, points the remedy. This Is acicntiacahy the most valuable, artistically the mo.-t beautiful medical book that has ap peared for yearn; 86 pngos every pago bearing a hair-tone illustration la tints. Home of the subjects treated are Nervous Debility, Impo tency. Sterility, DevelopemenU Varicocele, The Hunbani, Those ra tending Marriage, etc Every man who would know the grand troths, th plain feet, the old secrets, and the new discoveries of medical sc'eooe as applied to marrl -d life, ah w juld atone for past follies and avoid future nltfalla. should write for thai wjodarfnl little book. It wlIIJ be sent free under acal. Address the publisher. tela Medical Co . bofUlo, a. X. ' MT5-C.M.Loper. Strength and Vitality Civen to Mother and Child Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes th Weak Strong and Healthy. "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: " I most emphatically declaro that my (rood health of tfwlay is due to the use of Hood's Sar saparilla. I have been blessed! with strength and vitality to care f ir four little ones, and had I not I con fortunate enough to use flood's Sar saparilla the result would have beea disastrous to me and my family as well. It has made A Healthy Person of me when home doctors aud all other reme dies failed. Hood's Sarsaparilla lias founded a strong constitution fur my little five-year-old daughter who was formerly quite delicate. The gratefulness that a mother feels toward any medicine which restores health and happiness Hood's5 Cures to her child cannot he overestimated. I would say to mothers, take Hood's Sarsaparilla." Kns. C. M. Lopkr, 1153 West Forty-seventh Street, Chicago, Illinois. N. It. If von decide to take Flood's Sarsaprv rilU do not lie induced to buy any oilier instead. Hood's Pills cure roustipatiuu by restor ing the peristaltic acliou of the alimentary canal. LKGAL AMJIIXIMTRATOIST4 SOTICE. Bptatc of Anna S. Enowlton, deceaM'd. The unilcrsirned havine been appointed admin istrator of the route of Anna . Euowlum, late of the county of ltor.k Island, el' of liiinoir, ae censed, hereby trives notice that he will ap)iear before the cr.uiitv court of Kock lila'd coun ty, at the- cflic of The cl-rk of sid conn, in the city of Hock Island, at the .laiy term, on the liret jdor.day in Jc'.v , at wlurh time ail person linnc cuume aiTur.t aid es tate are notuied ana rc-qnested toanceu for the pnruoc of barnu; the panic nc.jr.sted. il per sons lnciebrert to fsid estate are requested to cue immediate pajmcut to Uiernrieticnea. W. o T El. Jidmiristrator. Dated this JS.h Jay o: April, A. Ii. AIHlIXIKTUATttR- SOIICE. Frtatc of 1 icua:d Pender. Deceased. The ondersiiricd havmz been appointed ad ministratrix of the e.e of ltiehard Hciulrr, late cf the eonntyof liock lil.nd, ta e of Illinois, dereased. hureby give notice that hi will apiienrlefurc the couMy court of Kock lbland oon.ttv. at Ihr office of Uia clerk of paid c-nrt, in Ue chy of Rck-K i-iatui. at tlie July term on Uij first ftoimay in July nct, at which time all persons havaig clulin aca'n!t said estate are nouilc-d liud requciteil to attend, for th purpose of huring the fume atliustuu. II persons in. debted toaaid estite arc reqnt-sled to make in. mediate panncrct to the nnrtcrtiucd. Dated thia UM div of April. A. 1. 1894 MAUY 1 ENDLl;, Aamiuistra'-rix. BUPTURE rainlcsslr, Positivfly, Terfectly. Pcr manently, C-U-li-E-1) Without Surgical Oreratiou or dctcn tion from Business. So pay fer treatment nr. til carrd. Disfaaes cf Ttectum: Chronic Constipation, stricture, Kieaures Fruriiis or itchtnc pllm permsnen:lr cured. Fistula cured without the use of kalfu. l'lies removed without paiu at the Medical sod Surgical Institute i-0CTOR3 ATTDEI2.SON b ROSE. WnERE COSSULTATION IS FREE. Permanently Loeated in the Ean Block, Corner becoud and tiraoy Btroets, Uaventiort, Iowa. ALL AFFLICTEI)"aRE WELCOME. Dra, Anderwon an:l Hose are graduates of the leading medical colicpea of this country, and vitu -t years expeiicuca in tha treatment of ih.onlc uiseues. CATAKUII, TI1K0AT AND Lt'NGS. They eueceaefullv treat Catarrh, Throat and I.unp.. diecaM of ibe dic.wt.ive organs, dvapeu raaVUr u,,le,' co"stlpation, chronic diur- KIDNKY AND I'EIKAKY Tronbles apecdlly removed. KEKVOCS DISEASES. The most agtrravated cases are speedily and men';"011 " bjr out UKW mothT of troa toi dInj,I7KD-f,eoW attention ren to all dieeaxea peculiar to women. Hveiy facility and nevyntace for the treaunont and speedy re moval of this claK of diieasea. ' r ElectricityIta Scientific Applica tion. lnCmJr!re"' " moler snrwrflnoti. hair tro?yaf wens-ctc-. removed by elec BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. All trouble arising from impure blood, scrof ula, eczema, teller, tumor, ulcers, etc Can be oonsulted conuaentlr by letter or otoer rns AND'ISNl,r?ru'rti"bUak- Addrea. Jafrt'lowa? K3rttl1 Wock' DY,B' Louis ErjGLirj, (Sacceaaor to H. HKNDT.) Merchant-:- Tailor, 119 Eighteenth Street. 9Flt and Workmanahip Guar antoed the Best Cleavning avncl Repairing Done. aV MC.M.Loper. m THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. fHICAGO, ROCK ISLAVD PACIFIC Railway Depot comer Fifth avenue and Tbiny-flri'. rect, Frank H. Plummcr. Agent. TRAINS. Baar. , Wasr, Denver Limited I Omat.. Ft. Worth. Denver A K.C.. It 2:Mam S:15aia ll:lpm 8:4 pm 6:10 pm b 00 am t 5 Alpm t 5:15 am t R:S0am t 8:iu pm t 6:15 am jt 9:00im Itlisnpm It fi:V am it 8:80 pm It 7 :0 am t 4:45 am t 6:45 am t T.X am R. 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PAUL Pat'vav Racine A autbwestern Division Pep Twcnthth street, between First and Second arenuts. K. D. tV. liolmes. Agent. TA'a. I.EAva. aaarva. Mail and Exoress T:00 am 8:2Spnj t-t. Paul tiyrw pm ll:5am Dock Island a Peokia Railway ' D.-pot First Avenue and Tweatieth etrecU F. A. Kockwe!!, Ag'.nt. TSAlXy. I.tat I Arnuva Ftst MaU iit.e S: 05 ami 7:S0 pm Krpres S: 1 pm 11-15 pm tabic AccommoJction :insm 8:(M pm " " 4:00 ami 7;55 am Du Islington, Cedar apids a orhern hailway, di-pot foot cf Bradv street. Davenport. Jas. iiorton, Uen. Tk't A Pars. gent. Dsvenport Trnlna. I.a-v AnnTK I-aMcmter i4 :4ii piuililO 35 am Freight i7 :oU . m bl :li) am West Liwrtv fr.ii 1 TNonn. J-U'n. Passenger j i7:l(in jblfl:4(pm " . 'al0:S0pm aAtlhaa "No I I ti7 :S5 pm Frelsht I 1)2:40 pm jhn :4Sam 'ai'i:4.r.pm I 1-S:0fam a Daily. bDuily except unila. tGolng north ttoiiiB houth md east. i.o. 18 rune between Cedar Kepid and Weei Libe.ty. To St. Louis VIA Leave Rock Island . . . Arrive St. Louis .8:05 A. M. .7:10 r. m. Rate S7J0 This Route affords a pleasant day journey through the best por tion of the state of Illinois, in. eluding the cities oi Peoria and Springfield. A full view of the State Capitol is had from the train at the lat ter place. Lunch is served on the train you can order what jour appetite demands and at a reasonable price. Another thing to be considered is, that you arc not compelled to rise at an unseasonable hour to take train. You are landed in Union depot, St. Louis, in due time to catch out-going trains on connecting lines in case your destination is be yond. R, STOCKHOUSE, G. T. A, FOR In lotasv. we will aeaMl A siaaaiplo Knvt-lnic, t catawa WHITE, tXUSM or BBCSETTE ft IF iGIZQM'S OWOEK. You h.iro swn it advertised for tnanr year, but have you ever tried it? if not, you do not know wliat &n ltteal m pozzonro besides being nn aeknowledaed beantnW. lias many refreahlnic aacs. Itpreventachaf. 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SCHMEIL, PAEID01T L SON, Painters and Decorator PAPZ2 EAKGEES, CiLSSlHITZES, tt:. SHOP. 419 Savaateenth St , LZZZ IZIXZ, Y T ELY'S Cns?AM Pl'v, jwilau Qclie tMtrwit. lutori1 f t 4.le K li' f at vuee for 4 ol.l in lie;..:. ? j I Afttty into iht 'i-ttriU.- It in V"l-i. Al.--rUl. ' . J. SPILGER, Contractor and Builder. Shop, Holly Hose Honse. Residence. 410 Sercrtb Etree- $1.48 Wednesday and Thursday. Ladies' White Leghorn Hats, all new shades tf Ribbon and latest novelties in 1 low ers, formerly sold at $3.75 and ;.-r. at $1.48. These are the grc-nt ?t bargains ever sold in th? history ' f- , the millinery trade of ibe thr . - cities. CAPES, former price $3.75, this sae $1 50. 3' 1 J. JACKETS below eastern cost price. BEE HIVE, 114 ''"""J .m ifff-u i in Tan Children Endless styles ami ... ties in black ami CV ,. wxiorus arul oir. fit. Boys Wear our cclebrattd I Kingbhocs. $2apa Suits. t sic TP!? ii 1803 Second Artrst rARIDOS. i:lxi:v a. iv.:::: CALM-rtowrti lie Nr-HrT aiti Irflaiamatinr!. Ii-a!r L - Taiit r?t fc?neJl. T.vM '- tJy' f iF"' -v i- HAT I SALE Miri-.i I- 1 Tnn t t IVIIUICMIC itUU IVCia.' u W. Second St., Divccport. j