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   Davenport Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - May 1, 1895, Davenport, Iowa                               'v L j Cents a Week. Gents a I- .1. TRIBUNE WB'RS. WEDNESDAY MAY EIGHTH. YEAR Smith Son. SEE OUR DINING ROOM SUITS Our Interests Imperilled in Nica- ragua. BITTER WORDS FOR U. S. WARSHIPS ON Indemnity Demanded by E upland May Be Paid With Itrltlah Money aud a Surplus ISe Left Oyor. A. Call and compare our stock before buying FURNITURE AND Smith Son. OOK We want your trade and we are going to work hard to get it' Remember the IROY LAUNDRY They have a world-wide reputation. Our button-holes do not' break out. Tell us what you want and we will-gladly do over anything unsatisfactory. SEARS BROS. April two weeks' armistice asked by Nicaragua and through the offices 'of the-United States is to all-intents a dead letter. The delay.-was granted on the condition that Nicaragua would agree'to pay the Indemnity before the expiration of the two weeks. That gov- ernment did not make the .and there the matter rests. It is. not a ques- tion of for Nicaragua has. been offered the money from at three different 1. A London syndicate.. 2. Merchants citizens of Nicara- gua. 3. The Nicaragua Canal company. The state department has no explana- tion to offer as to the motives that may be influencing but'it can be stated frankly'that'.the administration is very much' disgusted with the com- plexion affairs are taking.'Not the least disturbing feature of the complication is the discovery that Nicaragua has been and- IB still figuring with London capitalists to released from a na- tional debt-of about cash bonus in the national treasury with on a new era of financiering. That this Is cutting an'important figure in the matter is and it goes a long way to show however much the Nicaraguans and English may be out- wardly relations under the surface are of a character that may q lead to a sudden settlement of the dis- pute' upon terms to' the decided disad- vantage of the United States In a com- mercial and political sense. .Three Vessels Ordered to Proceed to Ports hi r April Some sudden and. unexpected orders issued to United States naval vessels late yesterday caused a sensation for a time until the import of the order was Tne which has stationed for a. month or more at parrama watching theprogress of the revolutionary move- ment .in was ordered to pro- ceed at once to San Juan del the nearest cable -port to Nicar- agua. The now on her. way from to Key West to arrive at the latter place any flnd awaiting .her orders to go at once to Grey eastern terminus- of theproposed Nicaragua canal. now at will follow the Atlanta .Hay. 7 with. the Nicaraguan canal .com-- 'mission aboard. The Monterey will -.also .be there. She is not expected to 'touch _ at and as she is now .beyond the reach of orders by .wire she probably be allowed to relieve the Alert at whence she can be ordered- back to Nicaragua1 if trouble in the future. Secretary Herbert says the niove- -ments of the ships have absoliitely- to do with the present -occu- pation of Corinto by the that -being a matter to be settled- between .the Nicaragruans and the real -purpose of the orders was to guard American interests in Nicaragua against the consequences of a possible revolu- tion which may result from the -dis- turbed condition of the country. VOORHEES FOR FREE SILVER. The Indiana Senator Gives His -Views as to the White v April Voorhees submitted to a long in which he flatly pronounced for free silver at the 16 to 1 ratio.' He m said the question had been agitated for and it was time the question was settled. The time has he when the labor-producing people of-the country are to decide whether they submit to be longer out of half of their 111 WRECK I Fatal on a Mexican Railway. i 1 H' i TWELVE SAID TO BE KILLED Train Juutfps a Curve at a Place Whore L. J Jfearly 100 People Lost Their iii a Recent Accident. City of April wreck on the Interoceanic railroad is occurred at scene-of the recent disaster by which nearly 100 passengers lost their 'lives. The-scene of- the disaster is at the same cur-ve which not only caused Temematla but a num- ber of small wrecks attended with loss of life. ifWants His Freedom. April Francisco the States native or New was con- of smuggling -goods into Mexico and sentenced to jail -In of Sonora for one year. His yet he is still incar- has applied to the United Stated -authorities for relief. The matter has beeir.repartod to the state depart- ment at Washing-ton. f f j B __sure and use that old arid well tried Mrs. Winslpw's Soothing Syrup for it sooths the sooths the allays all cures and is the best remedy for Tweaty-five cents a bottle IRON WORKERS' CONVENTION. Telephone 482. 307 Brady St. CHICAGO Permanently located Ir Ditvenport Jown. For the euro of surgi- private and feinule Consultation Free. PROMPT AND PERMANENT CURES. PITHPRU Bronchitis. Axtlitnn. early Con- Dyspepsia Scrofula. Syphilis tuitl all liver mid kidney tllsewws. JnBRYOUS DEBlLIIli haiistlvtt night defective threatened fear of Impending loss of will im-ntnl delusions etc. Hydroceio und liUr I Uiujj Yarlcocelo cured by the latest and mo.s't successful methods. His ionic experience as Clinical Professor Jn two of Chicago's leading medical college together with his other advantages in a great city like enables him to diagnose und the most obscure unit persistent pri- vate and chronic disease of every rature. Best of references' ami credentials. Corres- pondence accompanied by four cents jn stamps answered. Hundreds cured by mall. Cure in all Call or address. MEDXCAC. Laboratory 221 Brady Iowa. All business strictly conadentlal. SPECIALIST. DR. WALSH. tat'o of Formerly Surgeon-ln- r Chief of St. Anthony's has in VfUTNP 1ULU1U Jown. In all private and surgical diseases of both middle and old suffering from the awinl effects of neglected or. Improperly treated SERYOUS failing threntwiotl first stnge of bladder and Kidney stricture and promptly ttnd permanently cured. WAMPN suffering from fnllinK IiUJUDiii 'of the miinful tumors of the or or any disease peculiar to her cured by the latest Improved methods. Syphilis und ail blood and skin deseases cured by Uehrjia' Viemwj Kwiiiem- Mr. gives late Eurooeaa Hospital treatment and his largo hospital experience tm- BIT'XER TV'OJIDS TOK US. Mcamguu.il Stutosman ACCHBOB Our Oov- crnmout of Treachery. April Nicaragua statesman in an in- terview government has received no of- ficial advices from by which we gather' that.the Americans have turned their backs upon us and refuse to succor us in the hour of trial. The English have at least pluck in their have the'Insolence to defy through vm the entire American cpnti- Vhile'the United States can never justify its weakness of which will remain a blot upon the nation's his- tory. Weak and small as our nation we have shown more courage than the United which encouraged only to desert us at the last in concluding he said that he would have preferred to see the much-vaunt- ed Monroe doctrine die a more dignified death. At a late hour last evening Pres- ident Zelaya received a telegram from Washington stating that Great Britain would withdraw her ships from Corinto and give Nicaragua fifteen days in which to pay the smart money if such a proposition would be accepted by Nicaragua. President Zelaya at once held an audience with his principal ad- and a reply will probably be made within a few hours. To Look Tnto thn Case of TValle'ry April United States Am- bassador Eustis has received pointed and definite instructions from Washing- ton regarding the case of ex-CansuI now imprisoned in France- un- der a twenty years' sentence imposed by a court-martial on the ground that he was in communication with the Hovas. Eustis has verbally and in writing communicated his instruc- tions to the French Minister of Foreign' M. but the.- latter has not yet replied to these tio.ns. The representations -by Mr. Eustls were courteous and were intended to the French side of the case. re'por't of United States Consul who succeeded Mr. Waller at while substantially confirming the newspaper reports of the was not sufficient to satisfy the state which desires an accurate. state- ment of all the facts before what its attitude shall be in this v ter. To Boycott English Trade. New April special cable- gram from Honduras announces that British in Venezuela and Nicaragua has caused so much feeling throughout Central American republics SchwoInfurtH Case PostpouctL April and the three indicted Satur- day by the grand jury appeared In the Circuit court yesterday to plead to the indictments. Ex-Congressman Wil- liam Lathrop and City Attorney Robert K. Welsh entered appearance as their attorneys and made a motion that the defendants be given time to read the in- dictments. The cases were laid over until Wednesday. The appearance of Attorneys Lathrop and Welsh in the case is a great surprise to the people and indicates the cases will be fought hard. to Be Dismissed by the Amnl- pumatfMl AattOciaUon. April annual con- vention of Iho Amalgamated Associa- tion ami Steel Workers will bo held in Cleveland in two and it will be the most Important session since 1892. The organization Is stronger now than at that time and it covers a larger territory. This year the great as will be a revision of the wage so as to secure a restoration of the wages lost during1 the business depres- sion. Since the summer of 1893 the wages of the iron and steel workers have been going down. The puddling rate fell from to per ton and even that rate has been cut In many notably In Plttsburgr. The voluntary reduction of 10 per cent in the tonnage rates for finishers was followed 'last year by a further reduction of 10 per and in the Youngstown district the finishers took another cut of 15 per cent. The only workers who escaped were the sheet mill hands. The tin plate workers compromised with a reduction of per cent and 15 per one- half what was demanded by the manu- facturers. The demand for a wage re- storation will likely cover all depart- ments of mill with the poS3lble ex- ception of the tin plate Ueiimjid for SalHnff Vessels. San April iron ship in the with one excep- has been A year ago the bay was crowded with idle British ships but one after the other they have been engaged at good prices. The sudden de- mand for wheat-carrying vessels was a mystery until when the state- ment was made that the tons of syndicate wheat was to be shipped to Liverpool. The engaged tonnage in port now amounts while at least forty more vessels on. the way to San Francisco have also been engaged. Highest of all in Leavening U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE DECLARE FOR Missouri DomocratH Adopt n ICunolutlon May Confusion. St. Louis. April A special from Jefferson Thirty- five. of the fifty-eight democratic mem- bers. the. house represantaUvew met in caucus at a late hour last night and adopted the following That the democratic members of the house of representa- thirty-eighth general favor the free coinage of silver at a ratio of 1G to The vote on the resolution stood yeas nays not voting 4. An effort was made to have the body adjourn as a caucus and vote as an assembly of in- dividual but those who had caused the caucus to be assembled vot- ed the proposition down and bound the members to the caucus action. The whole trend of the caucus was to pre- cipitate a discussion which will prob- ably result in a state convention. Folaom Again Arrested. N. April S. M. now of the banker who is charged with wrecking the Albuquerque National bank and the New Mexico Savings Bank and Trust stepped from a passenger train last night from the east Deputy Unit- ed States Marshal Knight placed him under arrest on Indictments recently D'y the 'united jury. Folsom was tried and convicted last year and sentenced to the terri- torial penitentiary for flve but owing to the persistent efforts of law- yers ho nfever served hta sentence. Folsom will hay's hotrolib'le to give a. When BO niuny people uro taking and deriving benefit why don't you try it It Is highly recommended. DR. JOSEPH A. DANIEL. All Holding Tickets for tho China r 'Bread Plate SOUVENIRS -will please Pfesent .Themselves as soon as Possible this THE MONTH OF MAY A MONTH OF BARGAINS The Great 30 Day Sale at the Cor. 3d Davenport. epnmg i Continuing to June The Second Shipment of SOUVENIRS has arrived. Every Customer Receives One on making- a Purchase of 5Oc worth Of Dry Goods or Special Lines of Diseases or thi Lunes and Stomach. Blood and Skin Diseases. Rupture Positively Consultation ana Examination Successful Treatment by Send for Book and Symptom Blank OFFICES I t McCiillough Building 124 W. Third IT ONLY COST YOU A FEW MINUTES to .inform yourself concerning this most wonderful Bargain Sale ever witnessed in Davenport. is to make a NEW RECORD for We wsut to do the largest ooe month's business Vy X in our history. Low prices for seasonable alone will do it. Tula sale for won- derful will excel all previous records. You may rend volumes on the silver but it will profit you aa compared- with the sayings we guarantee you during this May sale. not one but every day during this month you will be able to buy Dry Goods of every description at prices that will astonish you and is sure to merit your hearty approval. Tell your friends and urge them to come. You will be rendering a double service. Everybody welcome. COME. First Edition of May Bargains. ami2to Dp. Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 Co 8. 2 to a p. m. BURTIS OPERA HOUSE. THUKSDAY nnd FRIDAY May 2 and 1895. AM ERICA 200 For the benefit of the Davenport Library AgHciuifttloii. Under the direction of Prof. Clendenen. Two Hundred Performers Elegant Costumes. Brilliant Effects. 200 ables hjm to cure wh.ej.-e iujl'. patients fhat a boycott against English importar successfully treated by njail. CONSULTATION FREE. 124 West Third McCulloufih JUM'fiM IOWA. i tions is seriously talked of as a means of retaliation. The cabtegrrarn says that the boycott has already begun among jhe merchants of Honduras' and that poacerted throughout Central America may be expected. Such a piovement of increase the exports to Central America.. Great Britain Js Inconsistent. April North German Gezette defends the policy of Germany in the Far East and accuses Great Britain of inconsistency In the beginning of- the supported while Germany throughout counseled Japan to act with moder-ar tlon. The fact that Germany finds itr self In with Franue and Rusr .the- North German Gazette a matter of congratulation as a step in the open policy pf peace which it pursues in-Eurone..' ss Goods. The following .prices hold good for one month iinless lots are closed out BLACK GOODS. 1- All wool regular price May 25c yd. 2. inch -wide black quality same .quality as Bold last season at 3 pieces to sell at.........59c yd. 3. '50 in. fine the kind that used to sell at 3 pieces be PAPER Do you want the Cheapest and Best The undersigned having secured the Agency for the sale of ALFRED Chicago and New has just received a complete line of samples displaying over 300 new including the famous PRIZE DESIGNS. s If in need of wall paper in any quantity do not fail to Bee these samples. They represent the finest and most ever manufactured at prices plain which f'ft tvl Otood paper 3c par roll. V_xOrnpCH LlOJl Good paper 4c per roll and upwards Samplea displayed at your home if desired. Call on or address Internal Kevenuo Commissioner's WHS Faulty. April commis- sioner of internal revenue now practice ally admits that all his. estimates of General Turner'is preparing Increase In Michigan Tax April the product of the income tax were mere' and that instead of which was the original fig- later reduced by 50 per the United States realize from this source. Last week he said that 10 per cent of those liable to the tax had to make now he thinks that 25 per cent of such people have failed to comply with the terms of the but the commissioner has no means of how near his latest guess is to-the truth.'-v Secretary. estimated that the month of' April a compara- mates that gxrto make up te Jevy prce. for the years 1805 and 1896. The total levy will approximate exceeds the levy for the last-biennial1 period while the-last exceeded that of the years 1891 .and 1892 by The. increase is to the .s large appropriations for the hag sold at our May Home for.Jthe Feeble' the Upper. Peninsula Hospital for.the In- sane. sold this week at.......... BEAUTIFUL GOODS THESE. One number in imported 38 ID. regular price 3 pea. will be sold yd. 'Tery fine 88 inch black regular price 5 pea. of thia number wiJl-be-soId yd. -6.' 4Q in. '-blacjc 79c -May price. the fact of these because the domestic goods-are Inferior in dye and and not free froin oil substance that makes thein.retaia the imported are im- pervious to the dust. .7.' VQae piece qf black ID. this weelj will be spld at.4Tc yd. Ura grand briqg 65c yd. at Three 40 in. black figure regular -price 39c May 11. 54 in. wide covert cloth expressly designed for tailor made five styles. May price..................07c a yd. 6 in. black Bordon at Socyd. 9 in. at 39c iu. lor at 85cyd 13. Ladies short Egyptian Keg. price............... .81.83 a yd. ribbed combed a 50c 12. 4 pieces double fold bright plaids. Vfl8ti May price..................39c ea May price for this lot only. a yd. No more.when this lot is Bold. 14. Gents' white unlaundered 60c one. no more 1.- Reed's Landsdowne in I when this lot is sold. May price. ea 15. Men's faet black seamless Admission 5Oc. Reserved Henta 2fie Seats now on sale at Fluke's book store. Curtain will rise promptly at MAT.INKK SATURDAY AFTERNOON at Admission 20 cents. Mme. Kellogj's Evening and Graduating Material. 1.- Reed's Landsdowne in Nile H. piak and 82c Treatise on for this 2. 56 doz. to sell at 4 pr. Albatross all 40 in. wide. If you want as nice a Bock as ever com and rod. graced a man's wo have H for May price 86e per yd. These goods have always commanded........ M a yd. Garment Cutting And Making. 25c a pr 36 in. percale at a You oun't match this anywhere lees I than 8c a for the lot only. who- true meaning of tbe word. The'art of dress- 40 'wlHe twist fast 13'pcs to sell at 7c Actual value.... yd 31c 9.' One pc. black silk warp that up to very recently i L __ yd.. More Earthquakes Near will Evejr.-inch guaranteed. One piece black French crepon. Reg. price May price 5Gc yd 11. One pc. 46 .in. wide a and blue. Keg. price 75c of 49c fi vd iV taV fy Prf0e I tt-. SMSBBSMKSjWfW m aqcj pink. May I yd shall conform to tbe shape tbepersoalor S2c a yd. IQ. Carriage lap robes and 3Tllom without winkles or dtetor- U rose pink May tLliae. One special electric blue and imported to sell number at 86c wm not be modiste shnoM be hailed with gladness. at 85c. May price for this lot Satisfy your need new. only..........................72c a limited. Miscellaneous. 1. 18 in. Down With tinseled crepe Napkins and 19. We cant say too much in .praise ever ftJrapimps the makingof dresses helps to move the machinery of Jlfe.. Formerly there wiw no distinctive character connected with but In this ago of woman's queerly de-1 veloped ladles cam bo clothed with graceful drape- ami harmonious colors as well as was our deep at Md wonderment it our .being able to 98c ea.ch 10Her such excellent values as we offer -In light green and this issue. They are orange. Don't fail to get one or more Keep in niind all we Bay for 50 Lot A- 18 severe j beauty ..at 79e yd.' The grade. w HIa i earthquake was felt here lastfeveriinff. 13. w'40 in. wide striped crepon in ffiffi I The byj yd. .violent rumbling. Later month which closes to-day will demon- strate that ot shocks. .The. renewal O'f ttie-dtaturi. between eight millions. Colored Dress Goods. for your porch or couch chair. 2. Ladies' percale waists.large laundered collars and May ...............................39c each. Would to match at 50c. 3. Ladies' navy .blue duck in two warranted fast at about quality. May a doz. price of May price only........ Lot doz. 24x42 size huek' each towels at 2lc as the May price. The above prices are for these lots 4. Ladies' broad cloth double I jnly and are unquestionably the biggest with ruffled collars in navy blue bargain m linens we have yet beea able ane would be a fair invented a wrles of graduated scales which uses In connection with the tailor and achieving beautiful results. coart candid inveatlgntion tfa to the perfection in. fast and simplicity ofourFrencli Tailor system..Our eveniDgj or fiQc nnklitv Mav and dressmaking parlors opeB day oac q.uatJiy. juay nnnn nr tutdnxut price 69c adoz...............69c a doz. Lot doz. fast edge size blue damask f 1.98 quality. May s doz. Lot doz. 24 in. or M All sizes. KELLOGG 2nd Kyftu ri la. May price to secure. _ ___sell you goods and save yon from 3 to 10 cents -per i'Snawill also hang it cheaper than any one in the city. Give me a call. MASON'S CARRIAGE v f f An Elegant Tennessee Governorship. April two houses of 'the legisla'ture .'met- in joint Convention to-day- to. the -con- test fop between 'Peter' incum- and Henry A resolution providjpg for the bances caused great alarm among the' pieces 40 May price who fear a repetltion-ot-the dls-. pointmetjt of. a comhiHtPe to report rules g-oyerning the convention was- The report of the 'inyeptlgatlng com1- which favors seating- was then The report' is-slgTied m -Lt the. seven- members the -The minority- report-' Is signed- by the five republican members of the committee. JRubber Ball-Bearing Three Mon Killed In a Sierra Killing of Also BUSINESS- i d- t tlie best Bicvcle in thelcity money. f f r n in a fight Iij inff pear of the Amerlpapf being John' Ei' ent -tit one at that v.- 1 were c astrous -shocks of a few very choice SS-per cent of all the houses In the city yd wool.' Reg. May. yd f f m in all __ .47c yd siik-aud wool in rado's this year wlllrbe ted less than It ag.high ..as it U the intention erect of with'the J 't TIJ' Q nnvnnlnnt.tr .Denver .may be. able to of J Trimmings in assorted shades K XT nono A t TSJ i and regular prices range from three yd. tape to 25c a' ydfa nntil lot is sold...........................10c a yd. .Gold Ontput of Colorado.. April ..who is the national political conventions year. styles at......... -dye ya and wool and all Is an American April in an- editorial on theNlcaraguah 'The'Nicaraguan 'canal f _ j 123 aniJ ii 246E. Hawlpoa'i street 12 pieces .-to go tingham lace actually worth 82c a May price....'......-.... .59c 2u 1Q sllkj 35c qualu This lot will not last long. ty for sale this lot... .24c a.yd. 6.. Children's gingham with 22. Space fails us to attention to ruffled 2 to 4 May price our stock of black -andv. fancy.- paraapls. The assortment is truly bewildering. In our next announcement we will tell you more about mean- time don't.byy before seeing our stock 22c each. No more.when these are 7. percale kilt fast Fauntler'oy May price.. .76c 100 more of those Helvetia 8. Infants'short trimmed with silk umbrellas 26 in. at 89c a yd. They May price.........22c each' are friend-makers. 9. .Summer- pair. This price speaks for itself. A summer-corset that will win yonr for. 50c a it can't be 10.' The Empress kid glove for..... v t has been pur glove. .have displaced -it with one much better at we offer our. entire stock of colored Empress at 89c pair. 11. 20 dozen. more- qf those Unen Hdndkerchiefs widths becpf. YOU fiave often paid 25c'for them MaV price. nVV. H 23. White handled caps and tbe kind you always pay a doz. at May price oir this 24. imitation cut glass nappiei offer this lot 2 for 5c. 25. 6 doz. genuine cut we will there -is of them for We take this Inviting and yon to. visit tfce most beantifal cut' department west of A fine tin bleached- soft good f or any pir 40c to 7 iiinrfinilllll willnot i-l. Kentucky Peacock Indiana V-..T Mercer Lump Not. Croefl Creek LehlgL -f already .convinced- the-t we covet the'i than we ooftli F I. J Ev J.-.V. s .'.f -i f- i v-- s -1'1   

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