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THE AKGU8 WEDNESDAY. APlUL O, 185)2.
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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 20, 1892.
CALL, FOR DEMOl'KATIC MTATE
COXYKSTIOX or ..L.IXOIM,
Headquarters Democratic State Central Com-
sniuee or llllnoi-., bbennan House. Chtc.RO,
February J, lbt. A Convention of the Dem
ocracy of the State ol Illinois, is hereby called to
mett in ibe Ball of tbe Hcue of Representatives,
in epnngncld, Illinois, on Wednesdny April fIth,
I8I. at 2 o'clock 1. a , for the purpose of nomi
nating candidates to be voted for on Tuesday,
tiovember 8th. Ifc9i. forthe offices of Governor:
Lieutenant Governor; Secretary of Sta'e; Auditor
ci rnuiic Accounts; i reasurer; Attorney gener
al; Thrt Trustees of the University of Illinois;
To Congressmen a- Large; also for the purpose
of selecting one Preoideutial Elector from each
CCneressioiial Diitrict. and four Presidential
Electors from the state at latge. Two delegates
from each Congressional Pistilcl and eight dele
rates from the state at li .-ge" to the Democratic
National Convention, to be held in Chicago, June
1, ltfinl. One State Committeeman from tach
Congressional District, and eev, n state Com
mitteemen from the state at targe, and such other
Duiicess as may j roperiy tome Deiore me con
vention. '1 he basis of representation for etch
county hali be: One delegate for each four
hundred votes cast for CUvelaiid and Thurman at
i tbe last Piesldettial Electio . and one delegate
! for each fi actional part thereof, of two hundred
votes or more. li.der this call the re nretent alien
of hock Island county will be, on 3.614 votes, 8
sty order of the Democratic State Central Com-
asmee ol Illinois. Duos p. rHKLrs,Cnairman.
Tbeo. NKLeoa, Secretary.
The following resolution was adouted by the
Demccrtic State Central Committee, February
Be it resolved. That it is this sense of this Com
mitiee. that the Australian Ballot Law applies to
the election of officers at the annual town n eet-
Inetoall elections except as specially ezcected
in said law, and this committee recommend that
ail elections to be held for town officer this
spring, be held under the provisions and according
mi i ue leiier ui paiu law.
There was one improvement which
bag come in the past foor years which
the republican county convention failed
to attribute to Gest that, is the Second
Tbe seLate corxmutee of foreign rela
tions Las turced down the Chinese exclu
sion bill, passed ; j the house, by report
log the senate bill extending tbe pret snt
anti-Chinese iaw for a ptriod of 10 years
aj a substitute therefor.
Mrs. Pottek Pa'.mr has gone to
Europe in search, of a foreign lady artist
who wiil design the decor lions f r the
women's department of the World's fair.
Tint is har.lly the right thing to fo.
AmericeQ .ady art sts possess the requis
ite amount of skill aou geiius t;- d j the
work creditably, and it should be en
trusted to borne talent. Many will
drabt the wisdom of Mrs. Pal met s measure.
There has been co little speculation
among republicans as to th: exact mean
ing of tbe gush in the resolutions adopted
by yesterday's republican convention re
lating to Oest. While some hold that
tVy encourage tbe renomination of Mr.
Gest, there are others who look upon
them merely as an application of the
ba'm of Gilead to the wounded feelings
which two years' meditation bave aggra
vated rather than healed.
Monday a 15 per cent reduction of
wages went into effect in the iron mills in
New Castle, Lawrence county. Pa. There
bss been no coiresponding (eduction in
the price of iron. In 1890 the working
men were asked to sustain the protective
policy. They were promised higher
wages under the McKinley law, which
was spoken of as the wage-earners' tariff.
As the Peoria Herald pleads, will some
prophet or apt stle of protect:on please
produce the man whose wages have been
raised by tbe McKinley law T The coun
try wants to see bis photograph.
The New York legislature proposes to
prohibit the sale or eift of cigarettes to
minors. In Massachusetts such a law is
now in vogue. Physicians very gener
ally agree that the continued consump
tion of tobacco in this form is more in
jurious to health than in any other Bhape.
In the year 1891 the number of cigar
ettes manufactured in this country was
2 877.799,440, against 2 426 575 360 tbe
previous year. A statistician places the
world's population at 1,480.000.000.
Hence, the United States makes and
mokes euough cigarettes to furnish er
ery man, woman and child in tbe world
with two cigrrettes a year.
Tatt Song Friend for April is at band
with its wealth of VHcal and instrumental
music and itsbrigbt, interesting and in
structive paragraphs" and articles on
church . and instrumental music, voice
culture, taeorv,- musical " news, etc.
Among the pieces of cooice music in this
number is a floe new song and chorus
"The Old CJhecseu Shawl." "Leaves of
Memor," for piano or organ, and ; "Par
Away," a beautiful song. The Song
Friend is a 32-page journal of rare excel
lence. Tbe subscription price is only 1
a year with a pre rr, him of three pieces of
select music. Tbe publishers, S. W.
Straub & Co., 245 State street. Chicago,
offer to send one sample copy for 10
cents, and make liberal indurements to
The sens lion of yesterday's republ.can
county com emion waa tbe resolutions.
not wUhstan ling that they weie just suck
a pack of trash as might be expected to
emanate from committee with Granny
Entrikin at he head. The general run
of the convc ntion was noi a surprise; it
Waa cut and dried.and in accordance with
tbe rrograo me announced in The Argus
of the previous night. Oonscous, for
AT THS CAPITAL.
Political Excitement Largely
A Most Interesting Interview with a
Number of Prominent officials How
the Strains of Public Life are Over
Washington April 19 The aVorbins excite-
: ment of congress and the Interest earned hv varv.
anmn iaiBA -hat a orpat roannnkihili'V had 1"E chcm-.a and Tarlous measures have been
some Ca.se, Data great responsiOlll ynaa oTerehadowedoflate In Washington by the te
been impost d upon him. Mr. Eotrikin I 'elition o' th-alaimins: death rate among public
, . . r ... men, and the addition, 1 fac that In nea Ty every
COUld not lave spread himself more Or ease the cause of the death can be t'acd to one
, . i i i K v., - .i.i,. 'source. Congressman Springer's danperons and
made a greater effVrt had he been cbaii- ( toig.continned illness, the sudden eath of en-
man of the committee on resolutions cf 1"?,! " k1'"'" '"'t"t 1! ne
have mustered f om the grave the memory of an
the Coining Minneapolis convention, 'army of public men who nave died in the harness.
. , . . . . , . .1 Senator Bek dropped insensible in the Potomac
After going back into the drk ages in depot on the tit spot wture President Uarneld
tbe world's history to dig up tbe origin of
the republican party tnd attributing to it
every thing that has been accomplished
in the part 40 years, tbe resolutions
modestly aver that the republican party
''is the livii g body of human progress;
Secretary Folirer wor.ed to the hat. and d;.ii
withe ut warning.
Secretary Windom died whila apeakine at a
Secretary ChandUr was found dead In his bed
at the tirand Pad lie hotel.
Senator Tom Corwin expired at a recent'on
while t . Iking witn Salmon P. t ha-e. Ben AAade,
.-cn.n.i -tut-uc kiiu ,ronn r-nerman
I Ihtllon. Hnnnil.,1 U.,.lln A ....
the worthy political fruit Of the first 400 while chatting with his friends. '
years of An eri an civilization." What a inr;,dC;rnaii'P:ton 1 MMi1 aw4y whUe 8tated
glowing sentiment. After reading it with L,!lSnw( r,',s,"m,3-r' Massachusetts'' pridp.
,. . 7 - . dled, suddenly, working faithfully io the hour f
all the mneotion be could put upon it-1 his death.
Mr. V.ntrihl , tnrt fr ar,l.n.n I . f.,m"".?,me,0.f?f' the erjoils
-r-i -- . . irrjinm ui iiarsiyMs, ana rails la the arms of his
t,o nni ; an ik.( . itnus.
be cot it. All tbat was
was "raU! to bave completed the ex
pression. Then Mr. Entiikin went on to
picture the great woik tbe party had yet
to do. It lad to fight the free trade de
mand of poverty stricken Europe and the
democratic party, it had to fight for the
labor interests and the agricultural inter
ests. It had to see that every voter
south as wdl as north should have the
right "toes st his ballot free from threat,
force and violence, free from the lash.
tbe rope aid tbe shot-gun." Another I
Salmon P Chase nassi d awav neanfulW whlio
seated at hia desk with his pen in his hand.
It baa dawned upon the public men of the
country, the heads of depaitments In Washing
ton, aid discerning people generally, that there
must be 8 me one great reain for ail - f th se un
timely deaths. Ii wa- wiihavtear. if possib e, ..f
rjl.lnn this qu.stioa that 1 ca.led upon a numb r
of prominent men, he results of which are given
horeivih. It is well known tbat one oi the na
tion's greatest men is Gen. B. P. Tracy, secretary
of ' navy, and that no man In WaaunKton han
worked haraer, m ne pesistently, or more eOec
tivcly. His timely and efficient work in buildinc
up iiir national defence when the que tloa of war
wrlthC i.iwas lelng atrilattd, must necessarily
bve brought a cnat strain upon his system. He
waa foil' d, bowev. r, at the head of the t.avy de
nartme t and in very good humor. Kefcrrirp; to
me ruojrri oen. i racv said:
"1 am In eood hralth ami niHta t
oevc mi years ago, oowe.er,
hrloht aontimont Ta.. tt, tn. Z!ZJ,XV2T! WM " " ' "
-ra - um .M.avws wcwni whu me luea mat i n m uric acid in my
declare for the renominaiion of President .XTViiSeSi".. mw,ic",c u
Uarnson the worthy successor of Wash
ington, Lincoln and Grant, think of it,
but nevertheless, tbe resolutions
favor him caly in so much as Senator
Cullom who looks more like Lincoln
has declinetl to be a candidate. The
resolutions briefly allude to Governor
Fifer, and commend his administration,
but say not ling about renominating him.
They endorse the woik of tbe republican
representatives of this senatorial district,
no matter what it bas been but all of
"M."T.' aak.Oen ral.whatcou se you adopted "
i nail neard of ma y things, bn I determined
to try one especially. I found It all tint'. I de
sired, anJ, although that wa rcme time since, l
am, as ou see, well t .dav.kl hooch I urn still tak
ing the same i. edic nr. a h'ch is Warner's tHf-Cu-e."
Colonel Daniel Grrsvetor, chi f of ih hr?t
disisiou of the comptroller's ufflje of the United
"1 h ve had an unusual opportunity to watch
Ue condition ot p b!ic nu n ami the stuilk which
Sublic life bi. tigs. Many pmniiueni men br.ak
wn sudden y, and, while th s may arno be true
of o her wal s iu life, it seems especially true of
Wss incton. M v experience ha shown teat one
remedy lias proven more 1 fnefiriAl for rh airn
of life ,u the case of nuhlic men titan any o.ht r
' ""ii uiscovery. i oat rt-medy is Vt arne Safe
vurc. 1 1 r nuisi rema-aaoie instance ot Us poi-r
! i. th.tnf l, I 1 1 .. ... I .. ,i-; i . , .
, - i " ..... , iHiiucimu : i u 111! Well-
Wnom are "exponents Of tbat greatest j knon pension attorney His rc.-toraticn to
material int.. rp.it f thn pnnntrt that nf I ln. . . nS" .' ' simply usrvil.us. 1
agriculture. " But the most remarkable
part of the resolutions Is the extended
and touching allusion .to ex Conv
gressman Gest all tbat wood that was
sawed du-ing tbe last campaign
Is sawed over again, and tbe huge pile,
including tbe chunks sawed off in the in
terests of thi ferry interest such as the
Gest opposi ion to the viaduct and canal
are brought before the convention.
whose usqiialified approbation the ex
hibit receives, the delegates standing
Cnnrr-ssmsn J. O itel ier. of New York, whi n
nprroiched upon thenihji-ct. stl:
"Ex Oovciiior A vord of Syracuse. X. Y.. and
ll?JU-'ict fiif ihe lion, inrn shed .he most
wonderful int-tce of the fa t that a public man
riuld withstand 'he stra ns of public lift- an1 vet
live to a irrc-en old ai'e. Kew men have ever been
sicker than fenutor a Aord wa', hut he is now
hale and hesrtv. Hisr covery is due entirely to
Warnei'ssrfe t ure. whleli is certainly s'l the
comnieailaiion of any discovery that c uld b re
quired." Mr. h H Ei-li tin. judiciary tt'vision. conii
trojler's otlice. United S'a cs irea urj', aid:
"Ten year ago I was i'l veiy !M w.th a disease
pioiiL.tuci 1 hv m atienusit pbsicians to be in
rtpieiit K.i-jh'.'f iMi re. 'I he 'reaiment fa' ed to
b, n lit tins ant I g:ow ste. dil- and alaimingly
wcrse Under the at of fn nils I lippan to
use arner'sare Cure, rid have been in
health i vnr , ni'. 1 . to I.'. I ... u.u... .. i.
with uncovered Lea Is while they thus pay it mas save the lines or otue-s."
en ir i. n. cruce cotu ai'y answered in-
tribute to the late departed congrtssm-m,
who is spoken of having secured the half
million dollt.r appropriation for the be
ginning of tie work on the Hennepin
canal," for which our former representa
tive. Gen. T. J. Henderson, bas so long
and faithfully labored." This left-handed
compliment to the veteran of Princeton
is exceeded ociy oy tne glaring omission
of s'lusion to how industriously Mr. Gest
afterwards labored to delay the begin
ning of tbe work which be had succeeded
in providing for after two terms in con
gress t: G.m . Henderson's 10. The res
olulions be ail 'he revulsion which swept
over tbe country in lS9(l,and deprived the
party of Gett, and csnc'ude by declaring
in favor or a modifica v-j of tbe compu
sory education law to such an extent that
it shall be optioul with parents to do as
Ibey please about it.
She Committed Suicide.
Mrs. F. C Cone, at Paris, left this let
ter: "My husband Forgive me if 1
cause you ttouble, but I suffer so. Y.-u
do not know what these long, wakeful,
wre'ehtd nihts are to me, and I am so
tired, darlio; the pain will never be bet
ter. It is not easy to take my own life,
but I bave been sick so long. Good-bte,
my busbanl, I love you jour wife."
inis is dui one or inousanus tnat gives
up, instead of using JJr. Miles Restora
tive Nervine, and being speedily cured of
tbeir wretciedness Go to Hartz &
Babnsen's and get an elegant hook and
trial bottle free.
We notice tbat t om, Dick and Harry
are now appearing with their gradfatber's
recipes for coughs, etc., and seeking a
fortune through advertising, but ibe peo
ple know tbe value of Dr. Bull's Congb
Syrup and will take no other. :, '
Ho- Spring- Skin Soap.
Prepared principally from the evap
orated wateis of the Hot Springs, Arkan
sas. Delightful for he toilet. Tbe
healing powers of the Hot Springs of
Arkansas have long been known and rec
ognized by tbe medical profession all
over tbe vitintry. Tbe manufacturers
believe tbat in presenting to tbe public
their Hot 8r rings Skin Soap, they have
given a won lerful opportunitv for pre
venting all linds of skin disorders, and
believe tbat tbeir patrons will be well re
paid by its c instant use. For sale by all
druggists. Hartz & Bahnsen wholesale
JtileaNerva and Idvar Fill".
Act on a tew principle regulating tbe
liver, stomal h and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billinusness, bad tarte,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, m Idesf. surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Babnsen's.
About your feet hurting you, when
Cbryso Corr Cre will cure corns, bun
ions, etc ' livery bottle warranted at
Hartz & Bah asen's.
Cubeb Cot gh Cure One minute.
"For sale by ail drngoists. Hartx &
Bahnsen, wholesale druggists.
".My gratitude is due '3 Hon H. 11. Warner,
manufacturer f Warner"s Safe Care, for the won
derful reco'ery which I have exper eni-ed tlitou
tie e of b' medicine. 1 am we-1 todav, and hr
lieve many nublir n:en might pn serve their
b-alth and p. ouing the r lives by the use of th
The same sentiment can be found all over
Washington, end there is scarcely a desk in the
lrcasor or other depar'mcuts wheie a hottle of
tin-remedy r n-iot li f.mn I. Its o .n an.v h re
' due wholly to what it has accomplished.
For Over fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow s Soothing Syrup bas
been used by millions of mothers for
their children wbile teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of "Mr. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately
Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-.fi ve cents a bottle. Be sure and
askforJ"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Marvelous Hrn Exhibition.
Dr. T. W. McGinn. V. S.. the world's
champion of all horse trainers and tbe
envy of all competitors, will be in Dav
enport at Claus Grath's hall. Three
horses are coming from Muscatine to be
handled nnd subdued. Dr. McGinn will
give $ ."ion to any mas that will groom a
mare owned by Dr. John Eade. V. S ,
that is coming from Muscatine to handle,
and the doctor will groom her or forfeit
$50; also give $100 for any h -rse he fails
to handle. Bring all your borses in and
be will handle and educate them free of
charge. Matinee Sunday afternoon.
Dr. McGinn will beat Davenport from
April 17 to Mav 30. Come and see his
exhibition. Admission 50 and 25 cents.
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
all sufferers from dry catarrh from per
sonal experience. Michael herr. Phar
I had catarrh of the head and throat fcr
five years. I used Ely's Cream Bulm.and
from tbe first application 1 was relieved.
The sense of smell, which had been lost,
wus restored after using one bottle. I
have found tbe Balm tteonlv satisfactory
remedy for catarrh, acd it has effected a
cure in my case. H. L. Myer. Waverlv,
I the greatest blessing ever offered child
bearing women. I have been a midwife
many years, and in each case where
Mother's FrLcd bas been used, it has ac
complished wonders and relieved much
suffering. It is tbe test remedy for ris
ing of tbe breast known, and worth the
price for that alone. -
Mrs. M. A. Brkwstkk, Montgomery, Ala.
let 11 His Boots
Is a common expression, but no man need
feel ashamed to be found dead with a pair
of our $3.00 or $4.00 shoes on.
The Philadelphia Toe
Is a favorite with the ladies, and we have
it in both shoes and oxfords.
Ladies $3.00 shoes a specialtv.
many women suffer from Excess-ve or I
8cant Menstruation; they don't know
who to confide ia to get proper advice.
Don' confide In anybody but try
a Specific for PAINFUL. PROFUSE.
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to " WOMAN " mailed free.
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If YOU TAKI
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Oea Molrta. Iowa.
For rale l all dru;it Han A Hannen
" Dcleaale aem.
-Ak your lJriiiriit f.ir i
tM:iJr a.r Uiir Ml Tl,a
i rrivali ilitH'iiw n( itti mni ik
Iuehaiataling v.enkafss peculiar
to women. It cures in & few
1 Javs Tyithout the eid or
-it: i mir m .1 t,..,i irre.
Stcddard's New Intellectnal
Arthmtic at W. Trefz & Co's.
W. TREFZ & CO.,
2223 Fourth Ave.
Leave Your Orders for
Oorner EleTentb niwt n.l Tenth arnne.
Tele hone No. ViAi. ; ; ' i- -
H. P. LAMP Manaari
rv- 3 to 6 DAYS.
LCi I Bis Q no pain, no araiN.
rULL lfcTRUCT10a WITH EACH
aoTTLt. at Aij. MjaoitTa.
cntrt Chemlrml Co
v ana I'eon.
B. F. THOMAS & CO.,
Elm Street Meat Market-
All kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats always on lnnd. Gam...
Fish and Oysters In the sea-on.
Reynolds' Block. Molink Ave., FOOT OF ELM ST.
23; Twentieth street.
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Via St. Lonia, Minneapolia St. Panl Short Lisa.
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
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Via th. Famooa Albert Lea Rout.
THE SHORT LINE
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raiii-ililet and all inforniatiou, address
Ut-ul Ticket and Passenger Aj-euu
On line of this road In Northwestern Iowa,
KmitLaadlam mil... . i . . . . . . . . .
where drought and erop failures are unknown.
Thousanda of choice acrva ol kind yet urwotd.
Local txcnrsiou rates jtiven. For full Infornia
tiou mi to prieeswf laud suid rates of fare, address
Ueul Ticket and PasiienKer Apeiit.
.i V" J" as".-eiiKer i rains ou an divisions ot
Uiis Railway are liealed l.y steam from the
eiifrine ami thA UTott. i in. tu.....
are lighted with the Electric l.iisnt.
.t, iiiin- jnuir, iiiroiiL-ii naies ana an in
formation furnisflied on atnilk-atmn to Atrruts.
Tickets on sale over this route at all iinmiineal
points in the Union, and bv Its Atrents, to at
parts of the United States and Canada.
lFor aniioum-eiiienUi of Excursion Rates,
and local matters of liilcivst, please refer to the
KlCftl crtliinii. ..r tl..d ..........
C. J. IVCS, J. E. MANN CO AN,
Vrw't Oaal Supt. Gen'l Tkt. Pua Agt
CCOAR RAPIDS. IOWA.
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her hill of Colli)" ! Ct 2.1
huniiiiiit s iu chancery tia- t"
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'"ll rar. in Maach KmX KrMk
VKDKlCTEICCO.. insiu.-. r- 1Z "
A DMINISTIi ATi)R S
Entile . f ImIiii i.. Mn. "V- '' ' '
lne UniliTiiTneil tlv;;tf- u .i:
i:ratrix ol tn-nite of .loin.
the.j.mii yef Kik la.and. -tate f I
ct .iei.tiereliy i!i-e- u.itt.-etl..it
fore the county c nrt ? K":k I--: 1
ihe office of the clerk of aj.it ccr:. '
Fock lalan.i, at the J'tne "
Monday In Jnne vi t '
ail iK-roi' havliii.' clt n- ri i"
uotifled atirl cqo-tid irr
of liAT-nir ttie .amc ml U s-it-.-.
All pvirn Inrebtea t -aide-a' ; ' ,. ...
led to mute iii ititiii.ue jiayin-'f '"
Miirn-d. .. . ,4
Late.l thi. 1.-th c.ty..f A.n . A O -
CATllShlNiSC VI bLi-K. - r,
ar mdnilnl.l-i inn lr.
;.lc Jlci '"c.
It t. .aaofaerard P- b.,c; ."l "
ia a of Mer. a eup J cc ..?.' .... '
without ta. know lease or i nr i
hirmleM. and arm cnecx a v .-.ijr-y.
c iru. wne her the p oinit l. 1 - .
an a.ocholi -wrec na ten t . ;, , , -;
ot run, u'a in f r uuin ' ., .t'''
lowed. It everrall-, Tterei t...!
i:ill lit'lM lilt H.
CIKCi.NNAi''. t t.J '
4S Oft tKa ol ruc. ir.
For rale by Mar-hail Fh.-r aiM "
x Ro-k Inland, fll.