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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1894.
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Trusw-sof the rnU I Pa Jcua H. Sam.
wrsltj ef llli- Tstxob C damnum,
sols ( Caltih L. PLBAaASTa.
For Mrailwr of foogrvss Joaas W. Olsob
For Mtat. of Geo. A-ssmbly J. B. MuLUeaa
For Co intv Jndfie.
For Cointy Clerk Caiaiss WaiDaaan
For sb-Tiff t'a i ai.as w. Xaere
For Treesarrr Ctbvs D. Oobdob
For Supt. of 8c boo I ClARLBa B. Mabmau
TiuuDAT, October 11. 189.
Tn Tice president of the United
States will be the city's guest tomor
Ymtckdav the Illinois board of
lalor appointed W. J. Whittaker, of
ColIinsTille, a member of tho state
lioanl of mine examiner vice George
Evans Lincoln resigned.
t.ravss arr ralilnf,
i rt railinir.
Ain't Ibis autumn moat appalling?
It :s surprising to note the inter
est the Union takes in the meeting in
honor of Vice President Sterenson
tomo-row night. It even wishes to
have omething to say about the vice
presidents. The Union will be given
a seat un the stage if it desires.
Two years ago Vice President
Stevenson proved conclusively that
he had been a loyal citizen of the re
public to the suCicicnt satisfaction
of the people that they elected him
vice president. Therefore, to rehash
as th Union docs, in its accustomed
ratl!-)rained way of doing things,
campaign stuff now that was shown
to be groundless then, is as much of
a reflection on the good sense and
patriotism of the American people as
is the intention to cast insinuation
on the vice president himself.
Th! Union's baseless attack on
Vice President Stevenson this morn
ing sliows to what extent it will go
to attempt to prevent the proper re
ception in honor of his visit to Hick
Islan 1 tomorrow. Its rehash of cam
paign rot of two years ago, such as
was r.nly Indulged in then by the
small frv papers such as the Union,
to the effect that in 1864 he was a
ntcm'icr of the disloyal order of the
Knights of the Golden Circle, was
nevntheless denied by Mr. Steven
son nnder oath at the time. That
the eople throughout the country
toot no stock in the attacks was
shown by the results of the election.
The 3ple of the United States do
not e'ect disloyal citizens to the vice
presidency of the republic, and the
very fact that he was elected to the
second highest office in the gift of the
people is in itself a repudiation of
the charges made against him.
Markets Hot Maslasa Callom Scored .
Tho Chicago Inter-Ocean of Oct. 3
publishes a portion of Senator Cul
lom's speech made at Dixon, as fol
lows: Tho new sugar trnst tariff law has
reduced the tariff on hay from $4 to
13 a ton. What is the result? Al
ready in the few weeks since the law
has pissed the shipping of hay from
Canada to the United States has be
gan, and the farmers of Lee county
and Whiteside county have had the
price reduced on account of it. In
the coming year the hay of Canada,
raised on cheap land by cheap labor,
will flood all the border markets
along the lakes and the St. Lawrence
river, and your hay crop will suffer
by tho displacement from our own
market of just as much hay as comes
from Canada. The new 'tariff law
gives what is equivalent to a bounty
of I'.' a ton upon Canada hay and
taxes t he American hay the equiva
lent i f t2 a ton for Canadian benefit.
Just so as to oats, Canada has al
ready sent to the New York market
under the new tariff law, which dis
criminates against our own citizens,
large shipments of oats. Not only
does such shipments deprive the Illi
nois farmer of a market for a like
quantity but it reduces the market
price of every bushel raised by Amer
Enoch Harpole, in the Chicago
Record of Oct. 4, quotes the above
extract from Cullom's Dixon speech,
and shows in a very clear and forci
ble way that the senator, as usual, is
'talking through his hat." Mr. Har
pole dresses down Callom and ex
plodes hit hay and oats demagogy as
It has been said that 'democrats
were students of maxims, not mar.
Iceta." leaving the inference that re
publicans kept tbeir eyes on the
market. Tho republican speech of
today and the republican editorial
are not in harmony with the market
report as given in the republican pa
pers. There la a discoid in the mu
sic. It Senator Cullom will read the
markets in the same n timber of the
Inter Ocean which quotes Cullom on
hay, he whl note that oats sold one
year ago nnder the McKinley law
for less money than on the same day
this year under a reduced tariff and
a flood of pauper oats from Canada.
If he is a student of markets and
will notice the price of oats he will
observe that oats sold in 1KS8 as low
as 27 cents a bushel, in 1889 for 25
cents, and in 1890 as low as 19 cents
a bushel. And these prices were the
kind of prices made when republi
cans were running the government,
when they had their own way, when
they gave no heed to maxims, when
they were students of markets. Sen
ator Cullom will also note that the
hay market in the Inter Ocean is not
bad. timothy being worth $10 to
$10.60. upland prairie $3.50 to fl 0.50,
those being better prices than have
often been seen during our "last SO
years of unprecedented prosperity."
'Hogs (although the senator does not
mention it) are selling today in Chi
cago as high as $6.10 per 100 pounds.
In the language of Col. Sellers, "hogs
have been jewelry" ever since Mc
Kinleyism brought on the great land
slide for free trade.
I remember that in the first Harri
son campaign the western farmers
became converts to the doctrine that
Senator Cullom now preaches. I saw
in Kansas during that campaign ban
ners inscribed as follows: "Xo more
20-cent corn." "Harrison and high
prices," "Protection and a home
market." The state went 82.000 ma
jority for Harrison. Within one
year from that electton, when these
men who are the only men who know
how to run a government, were run
ning it, the men who marched behind
the banners burned their corn for
fuel, and sold it, when they sold, for
10 cents a bushel. What do you
think of that as being a portion of
"thirty years of unprecedented pros
ben the Kansas man was march
ing so jovfullv behind those banners
to the music of "Old John Brown,"
which is such a winner, the coal
miners marched in Indianapolis, Har
rison s nome. i uey nail banners:
"Protection fills our dinner pails."
and "Protection makes high wages.'"
Have the people forgotten that in
the year 1889. when the Kansas man
burned corn to keep from freezing,
the Brazil, Ind., and the Braidwood.
111., coal miners starved, actually
starved, and that the governors of
those statas appealed to charity in
their behalf, and'that they were kept
alive by what was donated, not by
what protection gave?
Where were your beautiful benefits
of protection then? Where were the
millionaires, into whose pockets pro
tection has put so many millions of
dollars of tho people's " money? It
was charity, not protection." that
filled their dinner pails that winter.
How natural it is to forget the pains
and troubles of a few years back and
worry over those of today! Have the
people, or can the people, forget how
they have suffered in the midst of
plenty, and believe that we have had
unprecedented prosperity, and that
we are indebted to the republican
party for it?
A Little Girl's Kxtwnaoca in a Watson: e.
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keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach, Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and . turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
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rapidlv, until she was a mere "hand
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King's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
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weight in gold, yet you may try a
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China Appeal to Germany.
London, Oct. 11 .A dispatch dated Ber
lin alleges that China has asked Germany
to uau her good ulUous to terminate the
war with Japan.
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaran
teed to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Eudv, Lancas
ter, Pa. For sale by T. H. Thomas
and Harts & Bahnsen, druggists,
Sock Island, III.
The American Debenture eompanv, of
Chicago, has pone to tho wall and Eliss
Summerneld has been appointed receiver.
The liabilities of the company are 1.50o,
Wn, which is secured by every available as
set, amount thereof not stated.
Attorney Thomas, of the postofflea de
partment, has debarred the State Mutual
Insurance company, an Illinois corpora
tion, from the privileges of the Unit."d
It is said the pone is preoarinir a snecirtl
appeal to the clcrjry of the Anglican church
on inc sunjeet of reunion between loat
and tho Roman ehureh.
In his address delivered before the Most
Worshipful Grand loico of Illinois of
colored Masons at Jacksonville. Ills..
Grand Muster r?earls. -of Ouincv. took a
hitrh moral stand upon the question of
drinkiiut. crap-shooting and other forms
A prisoner in India recently, on beinn
released revenged himself on the assistant
commissioner who had sentenced him by
cutting off one-half of his mustache while
ho was sleeping out of doors on a hot
Mrs. Francs Strickle Corbin. wife of
Colonel H. C. Corbin, U. S. A. died at
Wartbnrg college was dedicated at Clin
ton, la. Three thousand people attended
"Leather Lip George'' and another tram-
bier named Herb fought in the Red Front
saloon at Ijeaven wort h, Kan. Nino shots
were fired and both men are fatally
Miss Frances VTiilard. the temperance
leader, is seriously ill from a coM at Cin
Mrs. Catharine Xeale, widow of the Into
William H. Xcale, and aunt of General
"Stonewall"' .riu kson, died at her home at
Parkersburg. W. Ya., aged 78.
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It rtiakr-s the ronjfhest fkin like velvet,
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EVERY BOTTLE 6UARAXTEED !
For sale by T. II. Thomas, Drug
gist, cor. 17th and 2d av.. Sock Island
Kecntor'a Not Ire.
Estate of Grace C. L. Melea. deceased.
he nederii;nett having been appointed rxrn
tor of the -at will aa1 tettaraent of o.aee C. L.
atcies. late of the county of Kork I Maud, state
of Illinois, deceased, hercbv pt'cs rot ire that be
will aptienr befi-re the counts court of Hock Ir'and
rounty. at the office of tbe clerk of satd coart. In
the ciiy of Knck Island, at the December term, on
tbe first Monday In liocember, next, at which line
all persons havmc claims acainst said estate are
notiSed and requested u attend, for the purpose
of haine the same adjnrted.
Ail pfions indebted to said estate are reoees
ted to make immediate payment to tbe nnder
DuU-d th's !tt dT of Ortoher. A. !.. ISM
CORNELU S F. LVNUE, Execntos.
By virtue of an execution nud fee bill
So. 6SM issued out of tbe clerk's office of tbe cir
cuit court of I:ock l-liid county, ar.d state of Illi
nois, aed to me Mrected, wuereby 1 am com
manded to make the amount of a certain joiLft
mcnt recently obtained rainsl Kubcrt B Tay
lor, in favor of Keherca Ty or. out of the lands,
tenerr-etits, roods sad chattels of the said
defendant. Ilobrrt B Taylor, I have lev-, d upon
tbe following ir.r.ertT. to-wit: The southeast
quarter (',). of the southeast quarter t. of rec
tion nin:i3, town hip No sixteen (ltii. nor.b.
ranire four i4 west of the fonr h (4th principal
meridian, in the cout.tr of R.-rk Island ard state
of Illinois, this and day of Ortoher. A. D. 1-U.
Tnerefore. acroruine to said command, I shall
expo-e for sale st public anclion all ! right,
t.lle ard interest of the above earned Kotxrt
B Taylor, in and to the abore decrilied property,
on Sa nrdar, the 21 h day of tctnher. lw-t. at
2 o'clotk p. m.. at the north door of the
court bouse In the citr of Bock 1st
snd. in the eoun'r of Hock Island ard state of
Illinois, for cah in hand. 10 sat-.f sai 1 execntioa
aLd fee bill. C. D. U3HDON,
Sheriff of Rnrk I!and Counts. Illinois.
Dated at li.x-k Island this Snd day of Octo
ber, A. O. b4-
Adinlnistrator's Sale of Accounts.
To whom it may concern: Pnblic notice is
her. br .ivea that on trie tsd day of October, A.
D., l-f.a, at tbe hoai of S o'clock in tha afte-ttooa
of that dav. at tlte north door of the conrt boose
in tbe ciiy of Kork Island, in the county of Kock
Inland, state of Illinois, the understated adminis
trator, de bonis nor, of tbe estate of hanes K
Piptir. depeased. will sell at public sale, to the
hit'bt 't bidder fcrcssh in hand, divers accounts
in divers amonti's and against divers persons,
which raid accounts belorc to said esiaw, wttch
sale i made by virtue of an order of tbe county
court of said county, entered In said estate on
the 14th diy of July, A. 189. For a eeciflc
statement of tbe accounts to be sold, ard the per
sons against whom said accounts are ibaFed.an4
tbe amount of tue several accocnte to be sold, all
person interested are referred to tbe list of said
aeoouuis now on file in said county cou't with the
papers in stid estate.
Uaitd at K'ca Island, Illinois, this 4th day of
September, A D., lfc.
Administrator de bonis non of baid Estate.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
STATB OF ILLINOIS,
Rock I sla to Ooitttv. 1
In tbe Ci-nnty Court of said County, of tbe Octo
ber term, A. D., 1894.
Peter ScMemmer, administrator with the will an
nexed cf the estate of James Hardin, deceased,
petitioner, vs. Mary Ann Uillier, Jane Schlem
mer. Hnrriet Grffin. Henry Hard'm. John
e&mnel Hardin, Albert Taher. Robert Ranson.
Prank L. lb.mae. Charles Gutxweiller and
Blanche Mimd Uraves, defendbr.ts.
Petition by said administrator to sell real es
tate of said deceased to pay debts of said estate.
Notice is hereby e ven that by virtue, and in
ptusnanceof an order and decree of said conrt
made and entered in sad cause on the elirbth
(8) day of October. A. D., Ism, at the raid
trm of siid court, 1 will sell at public vendue to
the hliincst bidder for cash in band at the north
door of the court house in the city of for k Island,
in the said county, at the hour of to'clork p. m
on the tenth (10) day of November, A. I . lftH.
the fol'owlni described premises, to-wit: Lot
eiff'it 1 Hi. in block thirty-four (31), in tbe fhicaio
or Lower addition to the city of Rock Island, in
tbe connty of Kork Island and state of Illinoia
Dated this eighth ($) dar of October. A. D.,
1WU. ;PETR bCHLENMER.
Administrator, wi'h the will annexed, cif the es
tnle of James Ilardin, decessed.
W. H. Gkst, Solicitor for Petitioner.
TMKisn MTU noons
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Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
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be obtained at te Sanitariam
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days . For Gen
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m., and from 3 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time dnnng business hoars.
Gymnasium connected with bath
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods,
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Address H mo H, Des Uouml.Iom.
a. e. oonaxLT.
a. b. oonaxLV.
Connelly ic Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second Soor, over Btitchell at Lyade
beak. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
OnVe la Book bland Hatioaal Bank bu tiding.
a, a. swsaasr. a. a. vuin.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and "Councellors at Law.
Oato la Beiievloa Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Legal bualnesa of all klade promptly attended
to. Stale's Attorney of Bock Island eoaatj.
Office, rostofflea Block.
ItcEniry & McEniir,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money oa good security; auae collec
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Office, Postonco Block.
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Boons 17 and 18. Hours; 9 toll a, au,l toi p. at
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Offers for patent drawing. Boom ITICA
Edward K Bammatt,
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Cork Solo; Lace or Con
Calf Lined, Double Sole.
Comfort, Style, Durability. Call early while
stock is complete.
Cor. Second and Harrison Ste.
See our Fall
And Winter Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You are
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZTTtTTiTFiR;
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
J. IX. SCHAAB.
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See Our New Lasix
All Sizes. All Widths.
Cyclone Roller Mills and
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
Offer the larpest and La-- '
somest assortment of
Cloaks and Fur Capes
at moderate prior in
tri-cities. We -ll -r!- i
titting. well-ma le garui'i.t
onlj, and gaaranut t J,'
you money. Come t
We are positircl' lir:r.'
the most complete lin- '
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whether you wih a bat f r
l or one at f 15. We sf
able to show you an as ?1'
ment at any price.
114 West Second street.
TASTY MILLINER V.