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TILE ABGUB. MONDAY, MAY 4 1891.
Addresses by Mann and Burns
in Hyde Park.
A GREAT GATHERING OF WORKMEN.
ITbiteehapel Crow ill to near BnrneTalk
Socialism Women la the Frecesstoo,
and the Novel Reason for Their Pres
ence John Hall Interest ted In Oar Ne
gotiations with Hayti A Dying 8ou
brette'a Whim Gratified A Rocky Road
Ahead of IMimarek Labor Riot In
LoXDOX.lay 4. The meeting in Hy.Ie
park yesterday was an immense affair. A
peculiarity of the procession to the park,
was that each of the trade of tanners car
lied a whole bide, inscribed "Simon the
Tanner." In Hyde park Mann and Barns
were the principal speakers, Mann repre
senting the labor element, pore and sim
ple, and Barns advocating labor in con
nection with Socialism. The line between
the two was plaldly drawn, and while the
better sort appeard to favor Mann, the
majority rather sided with Barns and his
advanced Socialistic ideas, bat an im
mefeie crowd surrounded each of the two
speakers. Whitechapel was presented en
masse, and decidedly favored Barns. Sim
ilar gatherings were held throughout
Great Britain, and 10,000 men were in the
procession that marched to Phcunix park,
Itonnd to Hare flight Hoars.
The minert fedt-ratioa is resolved, irre
spective of the royal labor commission, to
continue in the demand for An eight
Lours working dny in the mines. They
have repudiate 1 the action of Mr. Burt,
AL P., in opposing the eight-hour move
ment in parliament, and they declare
that five-sixths of the mining population
of Great Britain is for the eight-Lour
system. They have the support of Sir
' James Bain the new member from 'White
Haven, himself a lessee of collieries.
C'urioas Position of the Women.
In the procession there was a large
body of women, and, strangely enough,
partly as a protest against legislation
supposed to be for the protection of their
sex. The sell-supporting women of Eng
land do cot waut any further legal re
striction upoa their hours of labor than
that which already exists. Every year
the English woman is becoming less de
pendent and more self-supporting, and
she sees, concealed tinder cover of pre
tended benefits suggested by the men
prominent in iabor agitation, what she
believes to be a jealous purpose to re
strict her lield of action. It is for this
reason that the women are meeting and
passing resolutions repudiating the prop
osition of their self-appointed benefact
Makes Martyr of Him.
The imprisonment of J. H. Wilson, sec
retary of the Seamen's and Fireman's un
ion, for alleged disorderly conduct at
Cardiff, is l.kely to result in his election to
parliament, it having been resolved to put
him forward as a candidate for Dpart
ford. AVilsou is a very aggressive per
son, arrogant and dictatorial, and his
course Lad much to do with promoting
the antagonism bet ween the sailors and
the Shipping federation. Had he been
left alone or dismissed with a reprimand
he might have sunk out of sight, after the
federation had practically won the lay,
bat his imprisonment has made him a
martyr, and as such be is to be sent to the
bouse of commons.
FRANCE AND THE HAYTIENS.
Johnny ( raupanil Jealous of Uncle Sam's
Movements Mole St. Nicholas.
IiOKDOX, liny 4. Englishmen the past
day or two have been gleefully calculat
ing that they would not be alone long in
French hot water, and the methods
which have made the Newfoundlanders
and Lord Knutsford miserable were
about to be applied to the
Unite 1 States in regard to Hayti and
the Mole St. Nicholas. The French look
upon Hayti as a French negro colony,
and the relations between them and the
Vest India republic are very intimate,
the good will of the French being fully
reciprocated by the Haytiens.
Watching the Si taut ion.
France, therefore, views with the great
est jealousy any proposed alienation of
Hay tien territory, and is ready to show
her teeth to prevent it. Englishmen are
watching curiously to see whether Amer
ica will give France a pretext for making
substantial and political a protectorate
over IIayt which has been heretofore so
cial and sentimental. The Haylien sit
uation is regarded with more interest here
than Americans can imagine.
A short time ago the United States
tried to obtain the Mole Su Nicholas for
a naval station, und Hayti rejected the
DIED WITH A SMILE ON HER LIPS.
A Once Popular fMinbrvtte's Dying Whin.
Berlin, May 4. Marie Stollc, once a
popular soubrette, died in the hospital
the other day after a supper of oysters
and champagne, provided at ber particu
lar request. The poor girl had suffered
considerably in renown of late, having
lost ber voice nnd much of what was con
sidered chic in litr manner, and she had
been obliged to engage with second-rate
companies until xickness and poverty
deprived her of even that. The doctors
at the hospital pronounced ber to be in
the last stages of consumption.
Wanted Her Former Triumphs Recalled.
Her case got into the papers, and to n
reporter Fraulein Slolle said that she was
ready to die if only the days of her former
triumphs on and off the stage were re
called to her by a banquet of oysters and
champagne. Her whim being gratified,
the woman turned on ber pillow and ex
pired with a smile upon her lips.
What a Welsh Tin-TUte Man Thinks.
Los DOS, May 4. One of the larg
est makers of tin-plate in Wales
has refused to jniu tbe proposed
movement for a general stoppage of pro
duction. He declares that the recent
Democratic victories in tbe United States
have shown that tbe new tariff is an un
stable thing. Even should tbe Americans
go into the business, be says, they would
find it impossible to make 69,000 tons per
aunnru, ns has been claimed, and would
be doing well if they succeeded in pro
ducing 60,000 bo.xs yearly.
Last of the lsorglas Dead.
BERUX, May 4. The last of the famous
Borgias bus just died in tbe most abject
poverty at Gingl, near Salzburg, and bis
widow has been removed to a public hos
pital in a dying condition, tbe conse
quence of privation. Tbe deceased was
the great grandson of Don Alberto Borgia,
the last of tbe race to bear the rank and
honors of prince, and his father was Baron
Friedrich Borgia, a professor in Essegg.
The deceased himself made a living as a
small official, and afterward as a photog
rapher. Will Makt Bismarck Uncomfortable.
Losdos, May 4. Government circles
at Berlin are pickling a rod for Bismarck,
and there is no donbt that the prince,
when be takes bis seat in tbe reichstag,
will find his criticisms met with an antag
onism as energetic as his own. AH the ele
ments hostile to Bismarck are being act
ively appealed to, and even if he should
remain silent bis seat in tbe reichstag will
be far from comfortable.
Hard Fighting at the Coal Mines.
Fa Bis, May 4. Hard fighting is going
on and the situation is critical at tbe Bel
gian mines, near the French frontier. At
Seraing, near Liege, and at Uornu, near
Moos, tbe gendarms have been fighting
desperately with the strikers, and many
have been wound L
Barry Sollivan, Tragedian, Dead.
Loxdox, May 4. Barry Sullivan, the
well-known tragedian, is dead. He was
born at Birmingham, England, in 1S24,
and first appeared on the stage in Cork,
in 1S40. He visited America in l.v57, and
had an enthusiastic reception. He also
visited Australia and India,
Belgian Military Vnder Arms.
London, May 4. A Brussels dispatch
says that a force of military is holding
the scene of the May day riots in the Bel
gian mining districts and the reserves ars
kept tinder arms in Brussels.
HAMILTON'S ALLEGED CORPSE.
A Onlde Who Doubts That Robt. Ray
Hamilton is Dead.
ST. Lous, Mo., May 4. The question
whether Robt. Bay Hamilton, the scion
of a famous family, who attained a bad
eminence by marrying a solid dove, is
dead is agaiu mooted. Hamilton, it will
ba remembered, married the woman be
cause she said be was the father of her
child, aud finding later that be was not,
tbe woman was sent to prison. J He then
went west and later it was reported that
he bad been accidentally drowned while
hunting in Wyoming.
Some Suspicious Circnmslacres.
A special from Cheyenne says that
Thomas Cooper, a well-known Wyoming
guide, aud who was present when the
body was found, has just come to that
city, and declares that there is crest
doubt that the body was that of Hamil
ton. It was so badly decomposed that
recognition was hardly possible too bad
ly decomposed for the time it had been in
the water and Dr. Green, who was sent
out to identify it, did not look at it, as it
had been buried. The people out there
do not believe it was Hamilton's body
STARTED FOR OREGON.
The President's Last Tw- Days in Frisco
S?AX Fsancisco, May 4.-Satur.lay the
president visited Sacra nento, where he
was received with tLe i-ntimsia'.m and
wealth of flora! display tea", h ive marks 1
his receptions evarywhere on thj coos'.
Then he went to Oakland At Sacramento
Mr. and Mr. Harrison were presented
with a gold plate having the seal of the
city engraved thereupon. At Benicia on
his return journey the schoolchildren pre
sented the president with a floral cannon.
A visit to the state university completed
the tour, and at night a banquet at tbe
Union league finished the day"s ecteitain
uient. Adieu to the Golden Gat.
The Union League club has presented
to the president a b?antifuliy enamelled
solid gold plate fac-sinii!e of the card of
invitation to the reception which be at
tended Saturday night. President Harri
son took a much-needed rest yesterday.
In the morning be attended the First
Congregational church. The rest of the
dny be remained in his rooms. In the
evening he crossed over to Oakland,
where his train was waiting and shortly
after midnight started for Portland, Ore.
To a request from Governor Fifer, of Illi
nois, that he stop at Springfield a day
instead of one hour, the president has re
plied that it is impossible.
Rnsk Coaldn't Stand Chinatown.
Sax Fkaxcisco, May 4. Postmaster
General Wanamaker and Secretary Rusk
were entertained by several Chinese mer
chants Saturday night. They then start
ed on a tour of Chinatown, but after a
short stay in the Chinese theatre Secre
tary Rusk succumbed to the din and ob
noxious odors, nnd tbe rest of tbe trip
was abandoned, causing disappointment
among many Chinese, who had prepared
to receive tbe guests.
Wettstein Got His Tension.
Washington Citt. May 4. Peter Wett
stein, the man who came here with the
intention of killing Pension Commis
sioner Raum, has at last terrorized tbe
department into giving him a pension.
He called two or three times upon tbe
commissioner, but that official was care
ful to avoid the irate pensioner. The de
partment officials, realizing that be -was
desperate, aud that be would not go home
without the money ta pay the $400 mort
gage on his farm, mail.; his a special case
aud it was pushed through.
Hutchinson Arrives at Chicago.
CHICAGO, May 4. "Old Hutch" arrived
here from Terre Haute, Ind., Saturday
evening. He declined to be interviewed.
Mr. Hutchinson was around in bis old
haunts in the vicinity of the Bard of
Trade yesterday, dressed neatly and look
ing well, but continued to refuse to be in
terviewed. At a dinner of Board of
Trade men Saturday a resolution was
unauimouly adopted highly compliment
ary to Mr. Hutchinson, and sayingtbat be
never owed a dollar that be did not pay.
Porter Takes av Trip West.
Washington Crrr, May 4. The business
of the census office is now in such condition
that Superintendent Porter will take ad
vantage of the opportunity to make aa
extended tour of the northwest. Accom
ponied by Mrs. Porter be left Washing
ton City last night, going direct to Chi
cago, where be will remain several days
as the guest of bis brother, Mr. Washing
ton Porter. Mr. Porter will stop at all
the principal cities en route to the Pacific
Death of a Pennsylvania Publisher.
TiEAii50, Pa., May 4. W. S. Ritter, one
of the oldest newspaper publishers in the
atate, died suddenly of apoplexy Saturday.
He was 65 years old.' At one time he
owned Tbe Reading Weekly Adler and
Tbe Reading Daily Eagle.
RUDINI J?EELS SAD.
That Last from Blaine Too
Much for Him.
HIS TI AEFUL NOTE TO IMPEBIALI,
The Secretary Does Not Seem to Have
Made the Italian Premier Any Happier
Than He Was A Hint or Diplomatte
Discourtesy A Phrase Explained
Slain Considered a Stickler foe Too
Much "Proof Tired of a "Bootless
ROME May 4. The green book on tbe
New Orleans lynching comprises twenty
four dispatches dated from March 14 to
April 2S. It shows that tbe Italian gov
ernment from the commencement perse
vered in asking that criminal proceedings
be taker against the lynchers and that aa
indemnity be paid to the families of tbe
victims. The expression "brought to jus
tice" recurs in the official dispatches as
well as in Baron Fava's private letters.
After S'r. Blaine's note of April 14 the
volume concludes with tbe telegram from
Marquis di Rudini to the Marquis Im
perial!. Make Rudini Melancholy.
The text is as follows: "I have now before
me a note addressed to you by Secretary
Blaine, April 14. Its perusal produces a
most pailful impression upon me. I will
not stop to lay stress upon the lick of con
formity 'vith diplomatic usages displayed
in maki tg use, as Mr. Blaine did not
hesitate to do, of a portion of a telegram
of mine ommuuicatedtohimin strictcon-
fidence, in order to get rid of a question
clearly defined in our official documents,
which alone possess a diplomatic value.
What He Meant by "Punishment."
"Xor w .li I stop to point out tbe refer
ence in this telecrani of mine on March 24
that the -vords -panishment of the guilty"
in the br vity of telegraphic language act
ually sig: ified only that prosecution ought
to be commenced in order that tbe indi
viduals recognized as guilty should not
escape punishment. For above all astute
arguments remains the fact that hence
forward the federal government declares
itself conscious of what we have constantly
asked, an 1 yet it does not grant our legiti
.1 Shrinking Dilpomat.
kMr. Rl line is riht when he makes the
payment of indemnity to the families of
the victims cit-pandeut upon proof of the
violation .f the treaty; but we shrink
from thin vins that he considers that the
fact of su h violation still needs proof.
Italian si. I jvcts acquitted by American
juries were massacred in prisons of tbe
state witt out measures being taken to
defend tin m. What other proof does tbe
federal go . -ernment expect of a violation
of a treaty wherein constant protection
and security of subjects of the contract
ing parties is expressly stipulated?
lllaiiu Silent on the Main Point.
'We have placed in evidence that we
have never asked anything else but the
openms of regular proceedinvrs. Ia re
gard to th s Baron Fava's first note, dated
March 15, contained even the formula of
the addressed on the same day by Mr.
Blaine un ler the order of President Har
rison to the governor of Louisiana. Now,
however, ii the note of April 4, Mr. Blaine
is silent ca the subject, which is for us
the main joint of controversy.
Itefers It to Public Opinion.
"We are under the sad necessity of con-
eluding th it what to every other govern
ment wouil appear to be the accomplish
inent of stuct civil duty is impossible to
the federal government. It is time to
break off tins bootless controversy. Pub
lic opinion, the sovereign judge, will know
how to indicate an equitable solution of
this grave problem. We have affirmed,
and we azam amrm our first right.
A l.crainder to Imperial!.
"Let the federal government reflect
upon its su e, if it is expedi ent to leave to
the mercy f each state of the LnioD, ir
responsible to foreign countries, the effi
ciency of treaties, pleadinir its faith and
honor to entire nations. The present dis
patch is addressed to you exclusively, not
to the federal government. Your duties
henceforward are solely restricted to deal
ing with current business,"
Master W orkman Griffiths' Funeral.
Chicago, May 4, The funeral services
over the ren.nins of Richard Griffiths, for
many years master workman of K. of L.
assembly 400, took place at bis late resi'
donee here yesterday morning. The serv
ices were conducted by the Rav. T. B.
Hyde, paster of the Chicago Avenue
church. General Master V orkman T. V.
Powderly, General Secretary John W.
Hayes, who had both come from Phila
delphia, and General Worthy Foreman
Ungh Cavanaugh, of Cincinnati, and a
large concon .se of knights were present.
The remains were forwarded to Ilopkin
ton, Mass., for buriaL
Kven the Doctors Talk Reciprocity.
WashixgtX ClTV, May 4 A move
ment is on f aot beaded by certain dele
gates to the American Medical associa
tion which meets here tomorrow to
bring about closer relations between tbe
members of the professioa in the Ameri
can republic s by holding an interna
tional conferinca during the Columbian
An Old 'ewnpaper Man Dead.
Pittsklt.g, Pa., May 4. Thomas E.
Hewitt, one cf Pittsburg's oldest newspa
per men, died at bis home in tbe east end
early yesterdi y of consumption. Curing
his life Mr. Hewitt had done work in al
most every la -ge city in the United States.
His body will ba cremated at Sampson's
irematory on v eanesaay.
Will Itemain "solid and Silent" 'o w.
cottdAle, Pa., May 4. During a
painters' ma's meeting Saturday after
noon a Hungarian who declared that the
strike was lost was seized by tbe strikers,
and was badly beaten with clubs. Tbe
crowd compelled the Hungarian to give a
solemn pledge that . be would remain
'soldi d and silant."
They Generally Do Collapse
Cleveland, O., May 2. The Cleveland
Savings and Loan association, doing busi
ness on tbe beneficial order plan, has col
lapsed. Tbe association was one of those
peculiar organ, zations agreeing to pay big
re turns ior small invesmeaits.
Terror ixod by Wild Dogs.
CoLCMBrs, Ind.,vMay 4 A drove of
wild dogs is in Utica township terrorizing
the people. They attacked a man, and
lea rs are enter junea that if not banted
down they may cause a tragedy.
In the pursuit ot tbe gooa things of
this world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red CloTer Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure tor ague and
malarial diseases. Price. M cents. 10
The only cotrplexion powder in the
world fiat is without vulgarity, without
injury to tbe user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pozzoni's.
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I. Baker Sl to
from which the excess ct
oil has been removed, is
and it is Soluble.
are used in its preparation. It has
more than three times Hie strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
economical, costing less than one cent
a a'p. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocers everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
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Thee Speclncs cure without drupfiUiK. rcrff
Injrw reducing tbe fltem.ani are in fact and
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Fevens tf-ntrestlnn. Inflammation ..
orniM, orxn t-ever, orm tone. .
frying Cellc, or Teetliing of Infants
IMarrbra, of Children or Adult....
Ityvenlery Griping, bilio:is Colic-..
t holerm M nrbas. Vomiting
( nucha. Cold, MmnchiUs
earnlsia, iootnacne. raceacne
Headache. Sick Headache, erugo
liTupepMa, cuiou ciomacn
t-uppreaed or Paiafal Periods. ,iH
While, too Prof we 1'ertod
(man. Couch. lMflicult Breathing. ...
rnlt Kheuro. Eryslit-la. Krupiions. .'i j
Kheumalism, Rheumatic Pains.... .'2
Kcver and .4 line, t hills ilalarU 30
1'ilCK, Wind or bleedlce .10
( Hiarrh, Inflnenia, Cold In tie Head 1H
WkoopinE Cough. Violent Coughs. .An
general IcMlu .1 hywcalWiakccss ..lb
Kiuney li)ene HO
Nervous Debility l.OO
I riuary WraknPM. Wettinp Bed. .50
Diseases of ihelleart.Palpltatiunl. 00
Sold by Drus!T.. or fent postpaid on receipt
of price. Dr. riotPHKEVs Mivriu (144 p-apee)
richly honnd in cloth and pold, mailed free.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO,
Cor. William and John Streets, New York.
GET YOUR PICTURES
Over American Express office.
tFim-class work guaranteed. Lady and
More unfffrine is canMsi
by Female Weakne tlmn
all other dinMLfe combined
and when neglected pro
duce life lonir invalids.
AT FLOWICB PASTTLLBs, the
wonderful home treatment
is a rare cnr for White
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Third arenne and Twentieth street
I AS I) AITKaV C5a.
CHAS. W. YERBURY, Manager.
Successor to Adamson & Ruick,
Shop Nineteenth St., bnt.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
fcgTSecond Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
INCORPORATED USEES TEE THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
EOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Sstaiday evenings from 7 to S o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
S. p. REYNOLDS. Free. P C. DSNKJCASS, Tiee-Pres. J. M. EUrOED, Caetier.
P. L. Mitchell, B. P. Reynolds, F. C. Dcakmann. John Crabaneh. C. F. Lynde,
J. J. Bcisicrs, L. Simon. B. W. Hurst. J. 31. Baford.
Jackson & Hcbst, Solicitors,
will ben bn!nee July 3, 1890. and will occapy banking rooa with Mitcbell & Lynda
until new bank is completed.
What Constitutes a Tailor-Made Suit?
Wkj-, one that i rat ef pecially f.-.ryoa by a :'.nn who i an artist ami thoroosrhly undersiac Jf
his bnsine: b. It 1 lhcii m.ule by a'man who h:i- r ut In yeare learning his trade. nd is a mas
ter workman. Tlia' i v hv ciothm; nun try to p:f en thi'ir C"0ds as tailnrmade. when ia
fsct they an; mul by Wi n-.o:i In fact irioj i: the ea?r. at starvation p:cv. Patronize home in
dustry a'cd let ue keep o:ir nio::?y right here at home, and not send it eat for foreign labcr
ROGERS THE TAILOR,
314 BRADY ST., DAVENPORT, IA.,
his the, largest ftcci of fnitir! and pantinps in the three cities and Is making them ttp at popiljr
prices, and ghingsatir-fuction every titne. Fit and style guaranteed . Suits made-to your
m;anre $ JJ and np. Pant made to your measare t5 and r.p.
ROGERS THE TAILOR.
See the Stylish Display
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
The finest ever shown ia the City, at
MISS C. HAAS",
Successor toJMiss.Petersen, No.lT28 second avenue. Rock Island
The ver yiatest styles inlpatterns, hats, bonnets, ribbons, laces'and fancy ocds.
rand Opemug of
(Mo line .Avenue) joe Huber's Garden,
SATURDAY EVENING-, MAY 2d.
Blcncr's Band will f nrnUb the music. Come one, come all.
Vt are opening-toe most complete line of Hardware specialties ever offered la Back
Island beside onr regular s'oci of staple and banders Hardwire
and Mechanics' tools.
Pocket, Table Kitchen Cutlery,
Nails, Steel Goods, Tinwaee, Stoves, Eto.
SFBCL&XTLES-ciimax Cooks and Hanges, "Florida' and WllMr Hot Water Eetttom
flotlda Steam Boilers, Pasteur Germ Proof Filters, Economy Furnaces, Tim
aadEheetlroa work, Flumtlng, Coppcrsmithlng and Steam Fitting.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
' 1823;Second avenue, Rock Island.
ASD DEALER IS
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures. '
HTBest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 iSth St. Telephone 1182.
Rock Island, 111.
Rock Island, 111.
First and Second Avenue,