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BOCK ISLAND ARGFB CL. XHY. 170.193. SENATE FALLS III LIKE Adopts the River and Harbor BUI Over the Veto. ' MEASURE IS NOW A LAW. The Vote in the Upper Branch of Congress. Oregon Election Is Very Much Republican. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTIONS. Kentucky and Kansas (or the White Metal. Other Late News of the Day by Wire. TAnyTOR, Jane S The senate by a vote of 51 to 10 decided to take up the river tod harbor bill la an at tempt to past It over the president's veto. Alter reading the veto mes sage. Senator Vest io charge of the Lilt made an address in its support. The senate passed the river and harbor bill over the president's veto by a vote of C6 to ft. The measure ie now a law. . TIM KMIarkf DaaMcme? Lkximutok, Jane 3. The state democratic convention meett this afternoon. The Eleventh district convention met this morning to se lect delegates to the national conven tion. The silver men controlled nine out of eleven, so that the Kentucky delrgitlon. with foar free silver dele gates at large. Is almost solid for white metal. Ki biaiocratle Voavantloa. Topf.ka, June 3 The democratic sUte convention met today to name donates to the Chicago convention. The raavasv of delegates seems to in dicate that a delegation will be selected with Ironclad instructions for sliver. Committees were appointed and are cess taken till afternoon. Tha Latest rran Oregon. Portland, Ore., June 3 The latent returns indicate that the pop ulist elected both congressmen in dispute. The legislature stands: Senate, republican, 26; democrat, 1; populist, 3. House, republican, 31; populist, 9; democrat, ft; bimetallism 3; doubtful, 10. fmlnaoB VVIas tna Itornj. KrsM, England, Juno 3. The Trinco of Wales' Persimmon won the derby, with Leopold Bothschild's St. t rusuin second and Karwing third. fcalal Arthur Kltt. Ottawa, Ont., June 3 I. M.Ar thur has been reelected chief of the brotherhood of Locomotive Engi neer. W a Mlaht.v . ijr tion.1 In, linn. Vl.w tit, June 3. 3-mTiil Whratitn h.n bwn n.. i III.. I thnt Mmlo, a rrm-jpule Ajow ho ta. f, h.. t n slain in w.nth.Tii Arlyim l. Inflim, annua. Mil kllli-d thrv..f ib, r.Mit Uf.vhowa kiltnl. 1 hr f Hnwiu will lu hmrd with dfllitlif liy all thr lnlul,itnt..f wmtbiTil Arlimnnml Now Mi'kiv f.e he wn inv .f tfc-..nlm..' tir... ami llnTI1 tn t hut i.l.l rhh-fa nutaiTitr. m-inltr wnanttat-klnerfiuiitc r.ux -hi-a. kUukMi r lnifhit nwn nml wnmrn. utul driving ran l over th- M'lmn hunl.T. Ttkiwwr't OMranlaU Nnvtu.E, Juno a.-.wifhtnndlnir the uiiprt.pltlou wntthrrthn (Vntennlnl deiiwinntnttkaaa M.imlnjr wi tp lmnanrlT irrifiil, and with b.-tt r wtthT yr tiI.iv tho h..w Ua tHI im-atrr mirr. 1'hf frulurr wa the militarv pnnxl- f Knit-rat and t.t tn through tho trvrtanf tho rltT. whl. h wviv thnmunl with pr"P'"- Yrrtenliy afurn.xm ttwn m ahum twtlW. whh-h m wttnokml I'jr a vaat rrwil. If a small bot tie of Shaker lNestive Cordial does you no good, don't buy a lare one. ' "I'rjTeall things; hold fast that which U gond." It's not good for everybody, only for the thin, pale, sick and weary. For those who are starving f..r want e-f digestive food. For tni who rannot get fat or strong. lcane their stomachs do not work a they ought to. The? are the people, millions of them, whom Shaker Digestive Cor dial will cure. Food makes strergth. muscle. Dram. ii.i. eoergv alter it Is di gested. If not digested, it will do yon no gmd at ail. Shaker ltj:etive Cordial help your stomscb tu digest vour food ad cures lodicrtton permanently. When you've tried a small bottle, vou ran tell. Sold by druggi.u. Trial bottle 10 cents. COST OF MAKING AN ACTRESS. Belasee Says It la Warth 60,000 sad Sees Jf. K. Falrbaak. Xiw Tors, June 8. In the supreme eourt yesterday a Jury was empanneUed for the trial of the suit of David Belaaco against X. K. Falrbank, of Chicago. - Bel asco claims that the western millionaire owes him 103,000 for his services and ex penses In training Mrs. Leslie Carter for the stage, which he alleges occupied his entire time from July, lftt, to November, 1W0. Counsel for Bulasco. in stating his case, aaid that Fairhonk had agreed to pay the plaintiff whatever was reasonable. Counsel held thnt it.. i.im.r,. w which Included sundry items of traveling and other expense Incident tothebui nea between Fairbanks, Belasco and Mrs. Carter, Is within that designation. Mrs. Carter was trained by Belasco for twenty two parts in plays by Shakespeare, Mrs. ood, Hanloa and Gilbert. Fairbank in hla answer alleges that in the spring of 1HM Belasco relensed and discharged him of all claims arising out of the first pro fessional tonr of Mrs. Carter, and gener ally thnt he owes Bclaseo nothing, the latter being the debtor really. REPUBLICANS OF HAIXE. Knanlnata lwellra Power for Gorernor flanks la the Platform. Batcgor, June 8. The Republican state convention met here yesterday and nomi nated Lewellyn Powers, of Houlton, ftr governor by acclamation. In national af falrs thc resolutions advocate the policy of protection "tausht by Lincoln, illustrated by the signal prosperity of the county for thirty years and rounded by the reciproc ity of Dial no a policy adapted to the bus Incss ef the country and adjusted, from time to tinie.to changed conditions." The financial plank Is as follows: "Wo are opposed to the fnteand unlimited coin Bfje of silver, except by International agrwmcnt, and until such agrecnient can be obtained we believe th.-it the present gld standjinl should bo maintained." A vigorous fon-ign policy is urged, also re striction of immigration and just admin istration of iietiMon laws. The platform closes with a declaration of loyalty to Thomas U. Hnl, thanks to the Maine mr mliors In congress and a klg?o( hearty support to the candidate for frovernar. After the passage of these rcsolutioas tho convention adjourned. Xoa-PartUan Tariff Men. Detroit, June 3. Tho movement for "taking the tariff out of iM)lltlcs" was in augurated yesterday in spite of disappoint ingly small attendauco at tho national commercial tariff convention. Fifty dele gates, representing thirteen tnt, were presttit. J. II. Ilrigham. of IX'lta, O., grand master of tho National Grange, was named as temporary chairman. A com mittee on oredcntials was appointed and c-jttUled that all delegates who ht;d regis U r.d were entitled to seats. Committees on various subjects were appointed, ono of whleh is on the creation of a government dertnient of commerce, luunufnctures and latxjr. rokrr Ihinfas It "a Uneer Deal." Loxdo, June 8. Richard Croker, the New York politician and at present Eng lish ttlrfman, strolled into the rotunda of tho Hotel Victoria Inst evening. He de clined to talk politics, hut he manifested tho greatest interest in the fact that Henry Wat tenon was not to enter tho presi dential i-aniiaign this fall, and said: Well, it is a iueer deal all "round." ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. Delegates eh-cted to tho Chicago conven tion are cltisiticd as follows by Chairman Harrify: silver, 4i: gold, bxi: doubt ful, ttj. The supreme court of Illinois has do-Phli-d that Spring Valley is responsible for the looting of stores in that town during the lalmr riots in ls-H and must pay tho damages. This reverses tho decision in the loral court. Obituary: At Kenosha, Wis., Alonzo White, NO. At Karlvlllc. 111., William R. Mann. TO. At Buffalo, X. Y.. K. II. Fow Iit. At Huron. S. D., Lewi Hoffner, CO, formerly of Chicairo. I'resiilent Cleveland has signed tho bill granting a pension of tlim a month to tho Widow of General W. Q. Gresham. The Vnlted States mint at Canon City, Xev., will resume relincrv opentions aliout July 1. The town of lratt, Kan., has repudintnl lt bonded Indebteilliesi. A debt of ?7t.iM Is rnrrlitl and the mayor has ordered the real estate turned over to the landholders. The body of James G. Illnine will lw taken from Oak Hill cemetery, Washing ton, to Augusta, Me., and laid forest on Uurnt Hill. ATonling to the report of Internal Revenue Collector William J. Mize the rigarmakcrs of Chicago mndo lot) cigan for each and every num. woman and child In the city during the past year. I'orch-rllmlMTS entered the residence of T. li. Smith, Chicago, and stole diamonds Valued at U.1. Smith now advertise that ho will give tho thieves as much as they could g-t for the diamonds in a pawn- nop. and ask no questions. Frightened br an Allev "L" train, a horse attached to a buggy ran away at 1 hieagiv knocked down and dangerously Injunil i year-old Km ma lHnnne, ran into a rnMe train and threw Iouis Pugh to tho lovement. rollided with an undertaker's wagon and finally was caught in some un-cov.-red cable tunnel brackets. The viports to the Vnited States from Bradford, Kngland. during May amounted to rr.ll.M.s a decrease of 1,?50,SM as com It Is now N-Iieved that Jacob Knrtt,who stole l.iM In cah and $10,lWin diamonds friMn Mrs. H. T. llnghi-s at Denver, Col., pcrWhed in the St. Imls cyclone. His name is among the missing. The youug men of Ridgewood. Brook Ivn, N. Y., have organized a bicycle Are brigade, and the hose, ladders, etc., are carried on w heels made for that purpose. Report Against Heeret Societies. Civnxs ATI, June 8. Rev. Thomas Pat ton, of East Co'.dcnham, X. Y., made tho annual report on secret ancietiea before tho Reformed Ireshyterian synod. He regarded such societies as rivals of the chiirrh. He ur ed that members should br outspoken against these aorietiea. J Boils and pimples are due to im pure blood. Remove them by mak ing the blood pure with Hood's Sar-saparilla. 0BEG0X POPULISM Gives the Republicans a Close Fight for Congress. BOTE DISTRICTS ABE IS DOUBT With the Fopnllst 1,000 Ahead on Be tnrai in the First and Not Far Behind in the Second Got. Bradley Withdraw from the Presidential Bace and Crgea a Clear Declaration for "Sonnd Money" at St. Look Field Note. Portland, Ore., June 8. Bet urns from Monday's election are still Incomplete, and It will be twenty-four hours before the definite result are known. Ex-Governor Pcnnoyer has bean elected mayor of Port land by a plurality of about 1,300. The vote for representatives In the First and Second districts is very close between the Republicans and the Populists. In the First district partial returns from thirteen counties give Vandcburg (Pop.), 5,636; Tongue (Rep.), 6,601; Meyers (Dem.), 2,lK3. In the Second district partial re turns arc as follows: Ellis (Rep.), 2,219; Quinn (Pop.), 2.084; Bennett (Dem.), 1.7-17; Xorthrup (Ind ), l,37fl. TfceBepnb llcan state central committee claims the legislature, insuring the election of a Re publican United States senator. Futon Majority Possible In the Home. Returns from the interior show largo Populist gains in nearly every county in the state. The Republicans have elected Bean supremo judge by from 6,000 to 10,0110. Unofficial returns on representa t i ves are asfollows: First district Tongue (Rep.), 7,661; Vandeburg (Pop.), 7,t43; Meyers (Dem.), 3.264.- Second Ellis (Rep.). 1,9-JSf; Quinn (Pop.). 1,820; Xorth rup (Ind.), 857; Bennett (Dem.), 1,606. The Democrats and Populists fused in several counties, and it is possible that tho Democrats and Populists together will have a majority in the house. Later Xews from the Districts. W. S. Yamlcburg(Pop.),forcongressln the First district, is probably elected by 1,000 plurality. Throe-fourths of tho vote has been received from the district and shows the following: Tongue ( Rep. ), 12,-2-.M; Vandeburg (Pop), 13,270; Myers ( Dem. ), 4,5te. The Republican state com mittee claims control of the house in the lcgitdaturcand a majority of at least ten on joint ballot. COV. BRADLEY WITHDRAWS. Bees the Hamlwritlng on the Wall That St It Is Ohio Onre More. Louisville, Juno 3. The Commercial Gazette's special from Frankfort contains an interview with Governor Bradley which Is his ollicial withdrawal as a presi dential candidate. He has announced to his friends that his name would not be presented to.tho Kt. Iiouis convention, al though tho Kentucky delegates-at-large and some district deletes are instructed for him. Governor Bradley looks on tho growth of free silver among the southern and western Democrats with alarm as threatening the interests of the country. Ho urges the Republicans to meet tho issue piu.ircly and closes his interview thus: "Tho nominee at r't. Louis should hnve tho undivided support of the pnrty, for the commercial interest of the repub lic is in as much danger as in 1MB1. Per sonal preferences should be laid aside and petty animosities forgotten, and patristic iVmoeruts who stand for the advance ment and prosperity of the nation should ls appealed to to assist in the defeat of those who would lower the standard of our money and thereby necessarily stain the nation's houor. "Kcntueky Republicans won a signal triumph last fall on a ringing declaration for sound mouey. They should stand by their guns, forgetting ull internecine strife and npirvh shoulder to shoulder to a grand victory in November." Governor Bradley's friends say he stated as soon as the returns of tho silver tidal wave Inst Saturday came in thnt the time had come for stnt favoritesand personal preferences to lie laid aside. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONTENTIONS. Administration People In Kansas Admit Itofeat Before the Battle. Tol'EKA, June 3. Delegates to the Dem ocratic state convention to assemble here today are nil on hand. The fight for free silver is practically settled, the adminis tration pcoplo virtually conceding defeat. Kx-Senator John Martin and David Over meyerwill likely head the delegation-at-largo to Chicago, although the fight of tho convention will Imi made on Over meyer. This convention will elect six dclcgates-nt-large nnd the seven congress ioual conventions will elect two delegates eneh. Xo state ticket is to be named, lilnnd is bolng talked of for indorsement for president. IiALTiMOKK. Juno 3. The slate for the state Democratic convvtiou which will meet here on tho 10th inst. has practically Wn made up, and It is reasonably cer tain that the following will be named as delegates-at-large: John E. Hurst, of Bal timore, late Democratic candidate for gor ernor; John Gill and Edwin Warfleld, of Baltimore, and James Alfred Pearce, of Kent county. Senator Gorman will not go to Chicago as a delegate, nor will he seek re-elerrion as a tnpnihi4.nr tk. n. ... al committee. The state platform will contain as strong a gold standard plank aa can be devised. Did Kot Refer to. Finances. CnEROKEE.Ia., June 8. Representative George Perkins, of the Eleventh district, was renominated by the Republican con vention in this city. His only opponent was L t. Struble, of Leruars, and on the first ballot the vote stood 70 to 40 In Per kins" favor. In the variouss peeches made by the nominee and others no reference was made to financial issues. Much enthusiasm was manifested. ma Apace at Chicago. CHICAGO, June 3. Secretary Shcerin, of the national Democratic, committee, said yesterday that no application for press apace at the national convention would be considered after June 15. Applications should be addressed to him at liogansport, Ind. The sub-committee of the national committee will have another meeting here June 13. a-hen the balance of Chicago's 140,000 subscription will be paid. CCC3 TSTilIID, ILL,, T7DBE3DAT, JTTFE 3, Mow tne Ball Games Went. Chicago, June 3. League base ball games resulted as follows: - At Boston Louisville 10, Boston 2; at Washington Cleveland 6, Washington 4; at Philadel phia Cincinnati 14, Philadelphia 3; at Brooklyn St. Louis 1, Brooklyn, 2; at New York Chicago 5, New York 8; at Baltimore Pittsburg 3, Baltimore 10. POUDiR Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength Latest United State Oovernment Food Report. Rot ai. Bakoto Powder Co., New You Cm Colona Sand Stone Quarries . Sawed building stone, Ashlar and trimmings a specialty. For cheapness, durability and beauty excelled by none. This stone does nob wash or color the wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent us for estimates will receive careful attention and be returned promptly at our expense. Quarries 12 miles from Rock Island on the U., B. & Q. R. B. Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop and let visitors off and on. Bridge stone, corn crib blocks and foundation stone any size desired. Samples of Stone and Thotos cf Huildings can be seen at Boom No. 12, Mitchell & Ljnde's build ing. Address: Arthur Burrall, manager, Rock Island or Colona, 111. Own Tour Borne and Save U nmrwf. Reidy Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and' Loans. Room 4, Mitchell A Lyndc b'n. Telenhon iia HUB Real Estate Insurance. Buy, Sell and Manage property. Collect Rents. ' The old fire and time tried companys repre sented. Rates as low as any reliable company can afford. Tonr Pa Iron are ia Solicited. . Office 1820, Seooad Av. Bar,- Ooum Bioefc. mm mmm Bath of all ki&da, lnoladlng Turkish, plain, ebampoo, elec tric electrothermal, etc., may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Knnm. on the Bret floor of the Marpor lioase. HOOM3 OPEN. For Ladies From B . m. to 13 m. on week days For Gen tlemen From J p. m. to 10 p.m. on week days On Sundays the rooms will be open frera 1 . m. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Eleeirio and Kleolro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time daring basinets bears. Qymnaeinm oonaet4 wttk bak rooms. I THE w They CatchX the Bicycle Rider; 3 SHAUERS PATENT SELF-SUPPORTINQ uiw i vi-c t-iv i o are Smade, readily conforming t6 the body with a most yield- tfT ffYnfitf4- TW7T7-m Plllimn.. n-n e . "v . Hip Boxes, or Misplacement of Belt, pronounced by Cyclists to be the easiest pants ever worn. This registered Trade Mark on every pair. Indorsed by many . . . f rrotessionai t3 Cyclists. 1 fft1 M 1 This is not the common suits all cotton or shoddy mixed but guaran teed to be all wool and the best made. The Shauer Pant is the best made. Full line of Sweaters, Stockings, Belts, etc. This lot will not last us long. YOU KNOW US No Longer Perplexed The majority of the peo ple of this vicinity now know where to go to boy Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Baby Carriages Our unequalled assort ment and low prices has established our reputa tion as the popular house furnishers. We have just received an. other invoice of superior Refrigerators and Gisoline Stoves They move quickly on their merits and save the purchasers money. See our lines of side boards, extension tables, diners, rockers, and par lor goods. Davenport Furniture & Carpet Co., 324, 326, 323 Brady St- DAYKHPOBT. LONDON tv lar tne best Bicycle Pants You wm : : Appreciate their Merit by trying One Pair.1 THE HALE ami 'ytaas "y ft Old age can be attained by the proper use of in vigorating tonics. The Rock Island Brewing Co's products are all the results of scientific labor and the most improved apparatus, preserving in the highest degree the health giving qualities of the beverage. BOTTLED GOODS A SPECIALTY. Rock Island Savings Bank. five Per Ont Interest Faldfon Deposits; Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Steal ratate Security. OFFICER). i Bveoav. riattilt. Iwmrn CBesAoaav vm Fi t Cimiwm. Oaklet, Fcxca fn r a t weai uicycie Suit Sale! We put on sale 75. fine, all wool Bicycle Suits, worth from $7.50 to $8.00, your choice of the lot for $5.00 CALL EARLY LONDON. MARTY Rock Island Browing Go. PHONE 109. Incorporated Under tht State Law. BOOK ISLAND, ILL. DXBECTOBS. Cf Lraoa, naa I 1 lliaasn HafcaU. 1 r sau. ri Veik. i I 1 A Be . v. .1