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THR ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7, 1894.
. c. coxbh.lt.
a. . coitu.T.
Connelly Ac Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Offic. Mcond floor, over llitcbcH k LyadV
bank. Homy to loan.
Jacksou & Hoist.
Attorney at Law.
Cfflc Is Pock Island National Bank balldiujr.
a. ii. twEixtc
C. L. WL.
Sweeney & "Walker,
Attorneys an.l Cntinecllnrs at Law.
Ofllea In tlrnffMnn' Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lrtml hn.lws of all kind, promptly attended
in. Slice'. Attorney of Ko:k Inland county.
Office, Polonice Work.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan motcy on good sccnrlty; make collec
tion. Reference. Mitchell A Lrnde, banker.
Office, l'ostoflV Illnck.
Dr. A say, ,
riivsician ami Surjreon.
1134. Third Avenne. Telephone, 1170, effice
Hour: 1 lo 4 p. m . ami at night.
,1. B. HOLLOW M7MI, B. S. .. C. DAKTD, X. D
Dra. Barth & Hollo wbush.
Physicians anil Surgeons.
(Tie. 4e9-J3rilt. Telephone 10(15
kcildeLCe 791 Slut at. 1 IW
omci mm :
Or, Barth Ltr, Uoilowbnh
to 1" , m, I lo to is a. m,
1 toS ami 7 log p,m, I 1 to 5 and ' to p. at.
Dr. Cbas. SI. Robirson.
Kyc, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office. McCnllouirh Eolldinu. IV W. TLIrdSU.
Iiatcnport. Iowa. Eotir.: Bio 11 a m., 1 to 4 p. m.
R. M. Pearce,
Room 33 In Mitchell & Lynda new Building
Hawthom9 &c Silvis,
No. ITIC Second Avenne. nver Rrell Uta'.
Drs. Bickle & Schoemak-jr,
Mitchell Lynde' Block. Hooni '. SI. Take
A IU II IT KI TS.
Edward L. Hammatt,
Offlc. Room 4.?, Mitchell X Lynde Building.
Geo. P. Stauduhar,
Plan and superintendence for all claaa of
Bnlldinsrs. Kncm. SI and (So, Mitchell Lynde
Bolldlr.fr. Take elcrafc r.
CITY OKI ICKRS.
OT. A. Darling,
Buford Ekck. over Kins.biirv' .tore.
A. D. HUESING.
Represent, among other ttme-trlei and we!,
known Pite Insurance Companies, the following
Royal In'nranc Company, of England.
We.cheter Fire In. Company, of N. T.
Huflalo Ounnan In.. Onipany, Buffalo. 5T. T.
Rochester (ierman In. Co.. hocbeeter, X. Y.
t.'ltupp.' In. G'o ot Pittabnrg, Pa.
Hnn Fire Oltlce, London. , , , ,
I nian In.. Co., or California. ' J
ttwiirttjr Ins. Co.. ew Ilsven, Cons .
.MUwaaae Mechanic In. Co., Milwaukee
Ucrman Fir In. Co., of Peorla.1 11 .
Office Cor 18th St. and 2d Ave.
Rock Island, III
"THE OLD RELIABLE"
HATES ft CLEAVELAND
RepraeotlnK over 40 Million Dollar!
of Cash aueta
ttrt.., UT. Tornado.
Bond of Snrrtythip.
wrnis-bob gmem u mm Kock Ialaad, tile.
: laey WIU bMermt yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
Thaold VIM and TIbm-MM Ceampaataa
Lcssss Pronptlv Paid.
MkrwMaay rUabi cvtapaaycaa aford
Tot Fatinam ) aaUcttaa.
RrUteor Mary A. Bnneher, deceased.
Tne andcrplirnrfl. bavins been appointee admln
l.trator of the eatate of Mary A. Bnnrher. lale of
Iho county nf Rork l.land. etiia f ll'lnoie, de
ceased, hereby irtve. notice tf l"e wH apear
fire the ei;niy court of ll'Kk f.lnnd coon
'y, at the IHcr ot Die cli rk f r.id ennrt, lu
'he ci'y of Kuck li-lnud. at tlte Xuy trm, 011
the firnt Mundrty May no:", a' Vrh
tlmeal! prixMt. having ctafra. -.-.'.nt eid ee
tt; arc noiliied and renauoicd toaiieim 'r Ifw
rmrno.' of Imvini; 11m- wnr .dtn.uM. 11 pri
toi tlxlulI.'l to Klld eWte ure r-qlM-rl'd Ui
Maiir ImPH'fiKit pnvittef to Ihe mtdvr-iut .
Dated tnia 17ib dar r lVTii-rr. A. I.
XOTK F. TO t'OXTRACKIK.
Kealod tiropn'. will he rreslvid at th e ty
rtr-k'n "Aire. Itiwk I.lwid. HU ""'d IMondny.
!reh pi. lil nt .' o'rlwk p. m , for nm.trnci in;
the impiovrnient onlt-n-l hy anorhnam-i of the
llw eil i.r Intek llnid. 111.. i."d 1-J, MM,
ciitith-d "An ordlnawe 'or I he cnnirnrti..n of a
ewer from a t,oii,i In ihe ei'titer n N-vmih ave
nue li f-l en.t i-t I e wet line cf Ti -nt v-lirvf
.trel. I'lene ef.l to the ecu er i;f Twt'iily-fir.t
.lr,,i, tli-ne .iiiilh la piim 'Pll fM-t mi- ill rf
the amiih line of Mnlh avenue iu the city of liork
I'l in. and .(lecificaMona enn be ecn at the city
All lid? miit he arc-imnnlo I wilh a cert lie !
check nn iiome Rock lilnd hai:k in the anm of
one hundr it nn I tt ty (SISitl doiar. uynhle to
the m:iyor of .af! city. In ca.e the h'.dltr ehall
fall to enter io'o con'rat'l wl'h approved anret-e.
n t xeciu- the work for the iirc r'ei.ti-.md in
bialdd. t'lie city resirvca the right to r ject
any or all hid.
Kock Island, ill... Fell. -B.
A. 1). Hlemm;, C ty rit-rk.
lre rl .arliat.' Mctilemrat.
STATU OF 1 M.INOIS, I
R.k k I-lamiCoi ntv. (8
Br irtne if a decretal order of t e ronntv
rmi rt of .ii. 1 connt. entircd a', thu irc!i term
of iit -nrt, A. l. is t. m tne appltc.it on of
Kllsworth A. M ea.LMt.n.iun of Vnry L. rw.ihk,
John 1. w;lllk. Idi M. Mvatik, iidie K. hwnnk
and Ed.ard 8w;tuk. inipnr. lo.eli the foliow
nir d .erilicd H'al e.tn!t, lM!nirj:'r to aiJ nil
nor. attunte iu the cutty of hock l)und, Mate
of il'iiroli.. to-wit:
The north twen'.y c'plt and .evrnty nire bnn
dredth. tss7i 1.h)i 2c ri ? of ilip northe .st iiihi:t
it of the ni.tliw-' it qtmrtpr t of .-c ion i.nm
lN-r wver.tn n 1171. l-i l-wnj'htp nntnt-er e t:lit-i-i:
(l;')n'iih n.iiL-1' t o (S) in.-t of tho founlnlt Ii
I al.all. en il.e :.h di y of Am1, A. I . 1 !!. a:
t e north door of iii e-?nrt ton!, tn il.ert'yi f
Rnea l.lnnn, in tin- coiin'y of lim n lni;d, nl
.t?ii:' nf HI no'it. at the hour of one tl ) oYi.u k in
the iiftcrnnon of .aid day. aell n'l the Inter.-: of
euiii minor, in and to the .aid r n i-.t:tte to ti:e
bipbe.l and I'e.; b der for n.'i in ha.d.
E..LVolTII A. .rK.
Gnarlian f Mir' I.. Sunk, .lolm Mwai.k,
Idu M Swank, J-ade . hwiuik and tdnurd b
,Iai k-os Si HtraT. Attorneja.
t HAM1HV AOTlt'K.
STATE OK H.1.1MH3. t
Kock l.i.jiiii-orTV, I
In the Circuit I'ourt vi -nid Itock I.land coni.tv.
to the Wy t. rra A. D. IS-.
Hock I'lWid .tviii'.' linn i v. John II. Ilev-
no.ild. K lli 1'. hi i. ild, Jr.. I.nry Si. Clian
eon. Hi taev Kevuold., Amunda K- yroUIs und
bt-n KeVLoula. in chnnci rv. i.ui. 1 o .'iiiiM.
Zfli4:;V:t of ronre'lence ot Jolin II. Rev-
noid. Eli.'.ia P. IlcynoM. Ji , It, t-'-y Ki.iiiiii.t
and 11 n Reynold. iuit'linlad wi h tlic ehovc cie
fendai.t. m y M. l l.ain.oii and .nnindu I.'ey
noldr, haviiir hcn filed In the cW'rV
otrlca of the clren t conrt of tai.l coun
ty, no'lci; i. tie refute hei'hjr pieen to
the au'd non-r'".idr.t d'feid.if'tn thtt tlr
ciirripliinniit fled in tUeclfk onlrc ii. bi'l of
ouipl.ttil in ea;d e nrt, on the cuanri'ry .iac
tnnrrot. on tne rv.inllctn uy i.i ne.-t mticr.
A. I l'i'l, and thtt a anninion. ha. Itecn i...m 4
ont of ..id court, wncren .:id.n t i. now Npd
iiM. ruiinwiti e on ILe f r-t .Von ny -n the
n.o th of May sct, a by nw Tecp.iirfd.
Now. mile, you. the said i.on rciueni di
fen-lant. u1hc nnnid, ohn II. heynold.,
Kl-.lia P. Ilerno'd-, Ji .. ll.-r-M'y l:yn,eil. and
Bi'n lievnold.. .ball H.-pofnIlT he mid aptn-nr Ik
fore eaid cireuit rtinrt on the tir-; dsv of the next
term thereof, tone holder, a' liiv.k t.:un(l in
and for the .aid ronnty, i.n the lira Vonday in
al.y next, and plcud. answer or demur to the
.uid coinpliiinant". hill of cnmtii&tM. the :mi.
Tind the natter. nnd thine, therein chnrirej
and .tate.-twill lie mkoti a. cin'e.-i'd, and a de
cree enured aralua: yoa acconlins to;l.e prajer
of .aid Hill.
Hoik Island, r.llnola. Feh. 5. 1591.
GEORfiE W. OAMBLF, Clerk.
Jacksos t. Ci'U'T, lompt'a .ol.
'8TATK OFlIXIS'ils, I
ROC IKT.AHO C'.CWTT,
In tne Circuit ec rt of aald county tn the M117
lorm, A. i. 1 ..
Iiof l.iand Savinir. B-;nk va John n. IEeinolHe,
Eli.haP. Keynoida, Jr.. Lucy M . 1 liaumir..
ltet.ey Heynd ds, Amanda KeynoeJ. and lit n
Kcvnoldi, -OeuetAl o. t in Iianrory.
AflHnvit of nen-r ..de-'e- of John li. teynl U.
F.linlia I'. Reynold", Jr. Bft.ey Keyno d and Tea
Rrynold.. impleaded with tni- aiiove CefeniLinTs.
Lucy M. t;hiinnon and Am inda Reynold, ha" inc
hneij tl'etl in the clerk". oltUe of the circuit eiturt
of .aidrounty. notice I. thtr.itore h reny p.vcu
tfi the .aul non-reaidtnt de?'iuUint ' hit tne com
plair.nnt Died in the clerkv oftl -e It. hill of oui
pU'nt In .aid court. 011 the chancery aide thre
of. on ih. X11. Ii duyof lecenit:er. A. I , 1. nnd
that a .ummon. na. iieen iB-tti d ont of aaid couit.
wherein .ant .nit I. now pending, retiirnntvo on
the tint Monday in the month of May next. 111 i .
ty la" reititied.
"Sow, unh m you, th" r.i'd non-re.id..n' di fon
dant above Lamed. John II Reynold-', Kllidia !'
rteynoid.,Jr ,llcaey Re)nn!d.and Ron ICcynohia
almll per.pally tie anil ap.:ar hvfore the a-iid
ctrruii court on the flct day of tho nent
term thereof. t be hidden at tfnk leiRnct in
and for .aid rocnte. on the fir,t Mcinl ly in
May next, and plead, annwer tr demur to
the .aid rnmplnliinm'ti hill of complaint, tlio
aame and the matter, and thing, therein en::raed
and atated will lie taken a. tonteed, and a d"
crrf entered aguinrt juu according to tliw praj ur
of aaid bill.
Kock Imand. III.. Feb Snd. A. Tt. '004.
titOMGE VT. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Jackson & Ut u-T. Comp'e s.d.
Xitlre in a:ontiartor..
St aled propoanl. will be received at the city
clerk. oflic-. Kock i.ia'id. 1!!., until Monday,
March Mh, ItHM. at5o'clockp m.. for e n rucimic
the improvement known r. Section No. 2. order
ed hy anordinanre of the ri'y of Kock Inland, l'l ,
pnaaed Jane 7th, 1"!H f m'tled "An o-din-oica for
the Imnrovooient of ae'4kiteenth and NinnteiMdh
treet. from the smith line of Tumi to thu north
line of fourth avenne. and of Twenty third atreo
from the aontb line of Third tn the north l-ni of
Koorth avenue, from the .ourh line i-f Fifth ave
nue eat alone anil Twonty-thini .treet .outh to
a line fill lent .outh of and parallel with thu mm Hi
line of Ninth aver.ue." t oiler the above onli
nnnce. the aa:d .tivei are ordered curb, d with
aar)rtone., excavated and cra'lrd, improved and
paved with pavitnr brick of irwd nutiliiy.
Plan, and aoeclllrationa for .aid uuiroyemcnt
on file at the City clerk', office.
All bids mu.t lie accompanied with a certified
check In tucaum of J.Vo.im parable to ti e or
der of the mayor of .aid city." which .hall be
come forfeited t" .aide'ty Inca.e tin- blduer .hall
fail to enter into co ittact with approved
anretie. to execute the work for the price
mentioned In hi - In I and nccordini; to the plan
and .Kcia atinn. in t:i j event that the contract
aba I lie awarded to him.
1 he ci'y reaervea tne light to reject any or all
Kock tdland, II U, F ib. 1-2. 1M
A. 1). UL tsl.NG. CitClcrk.
and bow to attain it.
At laet a medical work that tell tte cauaes,
deacrlbe the effon, point the remedy. Tbi
la KlentUcaliT the moat valuable, artistically
too noft beautiful medical book thitpuM ap
peated for year; 90 paRiu every pjge boaring
a half-tone llluatration In tint. Borne of the
tubjecta treated are Nervoo Debility, Impo
tencjr. Sterility, Developement. Varicocele,
The Uaarnnl, Thorn intending Marriage, etc
Every aian who woald know the grand truth,
the pialu facts, the old aecreta, and the new
diacoverletof medical c:enoe as applied to
married Ufa, h Would atone fur past follies
and avoid future pitfall should write forth I
wjoderf ui llttlo book. It will be scut free
aadcraeaL Addro the publishera.
BrU Medical t , BaBalo. a .
Tariff Bil! as Reconstructed t:
1T3 PEOVISIOXS A MTSIEEY,
And What Waa Done nltli Sonar a Mat
ter of Specula! ion Some Anin-nient In
the nate Over m evi-ipiiper t'liars;e
Berry Ilaa Ills Tai ifl-for-Uex 1 nue-Oiity
lleuimracy Vonrhed for and I aulkuer
leclnre Biraself Likewise.
Wasiiingtox, M.irch ".The Demo
cratic mc-mliers of the sctinte finance ec. i
niiltec adjourned n few minutes after 4 p.
m. They had been lmliliiin occisionnl
ses-ilons during tlie day, piiuu; Irirk tnl
forth between the t-eti:i',e cliauilier ntul tlie
c&mn:ltt'.e rimtu, anil appearing nt i;o
time to be very buy. All the ajipenr
nnccs indicatetl when they ndjourtietl that
they had conultideil t'n-ir !:thfrs, but they
refuseil to say that they had and were very
evasive in their replies to qtte.-tions. Votir
tiCi said that he had "al!cil no mevtinp; of
the full committee, but none of the np'm
lrs would say positively thr.t no tiiectins
ivo:;'d be held today of that the bill would
not be reported at that time.
The Hill ; to tlie l'riater. "
A circumstance which cinn'irinsihe opin
ion that the ennui! L.-c has c.iii:;i:. :e.l its
prcliniiutiry work is found in tin- f.ut that
tlie bill which it has U-Vti cn;ja:.ed urnin
was sent to the printvr a sirn t ;i-nt- b.-furc
the Deinucrat if liii-tn'M'i-s 01 ttio cc:r.i:;itlet;
Kit the C.-.pitol f.n- their hut:: -s. I. '.r. u::-dei-Umd
that the threat th;- K p il-l'r.-r.'s
to unite upon the i::-iiid s:-i.i::n:-.iv bi'!,
and if possible t.ir.-e its r.nt iiler.::itii in
the senate a:id jimvohe a lo:-. debate t'.pon
it. he.shadthei lTect of ha-t. n'ni: t he act ion
of ttie rointnitti-,- atrl p--!-!lty l.ri:i:r;ij';
tibcnt an iiiiilerstniiditm. 'I'm- conir.sittevi
nt lir.-J cniisiilcred tliis th.r.-nt very ser
iotssly, and it has M least h id the 1 h -ot f
ii'ulij::: in the prolniiiltty o.' divcrlisii; the
nl.tcuiiiiti rt the senate from th'j iarili nad
thus iiijnriay tlieir pr.r-pecN i,f n early
Coirsider.itinn of tnat ipe-t ion.
1 littt Vexril Suitr ltle?.tion.
Tr.eii di-.-ti-isiiins to tliu l ist inoniPnt be
fors they s;tit. their b;!i t the primer
v.-.-ix- b-ied 11 putt the stijr.tr t;ticstiuii, and
it ia i:ii..vn th:it tiles: ilisf:uioiis have
within the p:i:-t iluy.ir two narrowed tiurtti
to the qm-.m.iin of what, it tiny increase
t hfj- would ttive upon reiiued suar owr
r.tv. tver since tliecair-:is uiljourne.l it.
l::i:i b-en undcr-iUKxi niiioni; thv- lae-nb. rs
tual riWMij.'.-tr was to Ik-taken cue of in
the inter.v.; of the planters, and lo s.'., Ufy
the lviisiana Sfiituors. if I hey c.ril.l lu-p:-rsu
id :d t i tii-cept a r.u waich 1 he com
mute? v.-ouM ciia.-iiler r.-xsonable, ha; tiny
s m di i -,;vl re 1 thai tne inter -Is if the
plniiters ami tiie ri liners weic closely
uiiied i.nd that to MitUfy b.it h it w,mi.i
jinibably Lie n.-eessary to do m.re f ir the
relbiers than for tiie raw suir ir men.
1 lie former have held out s: irtiy for a
siihsintitial ililten-nce and t he c c.omiitee
Iris held back, williin,'. ii is ui.-h rsto al.
to make n slight it;ereae. but tu t ail that
tlie leiitiiT., (ieiuanded. The suc.ir du.y
ad vox t'tes profess ii-!ii;r:;i:ro 1 f uliat, it
anythiuu". has been mine iu their behalf,
and it npiH-ars probable that if tl:- com
mittee ins re.'illy c;it;ipleled its wi.fii.it has
d.-tided upon a srhedule f f duties ai.d .!;
tenuined to submit it nithoul fur-, hi r p.ir
Iey or without fubmis.-ion lo tho-ei;:n r-e-,ted.
It is certain us to the (pieti a
whether the bill is cotii;.ieled. t hat Harris
declared as much in open senate, sayiii;
he violated no confidence in savin:; that
toe bid would soon bj re'iiirteU.
! 'TWAS SOME CTHER FELLOW.
Seuntora IefeiiilTlieinsi-le. Against Ncws
mper A;m rsiuas.
Apropos of this bill there was an utnus
in scene iu the senate over a newspaper
article, in which Perry, Faulkner. Murwn
and others were declared obstructionists
liecausc, as nllecd. they did not nsree to
take the bouse bill j-.st as it was and rush
it thro ne;h, nnd because, niso as alleged,
they wanted to mix a little more protec
tion with t he bill. Perry clec'cii himself
entirely and Yoorhees ccrtiiied to his iie
fens, as did others. lie was in favor of
taking the Wilson bill as it was auit rush
ing ii throturh.
Faulkner of Virginia, imiid lanjihter,
said he had not intended to notice tiie
newsimpcr article, but as bis name had
been read by Perry and would appear in
the record he felt impelled to make 1:11 ex
planation. Some of the items of the Wil
son bill as it came from the house did not
suit his views, nud its a Democrat he had
(tone before the linance coumiilli-e and
made statements in the interest of Lis peo
ple nnd iu accordance with tlie Chicago
platform. He favored a tariff for revenue
nnd was not in favor of putting any
article on the free list, but he would put
everything on the dutiable list, mil for
Morgan caused some amusement by fall
int; into line wilh the other "conspirators"
mentioned iu I he newspaper article. "The
senator from West Virginia," said he, "is
not jtuilty as charged, but 1 was not near
ly as bad aa he, and therefore 1 am not
Cnli of Florida said that the statements
made iu tho newspaper were nb-nltitely
false so far as he was concerned, and l.e
believed they were as far as other sena
tors were concerned. Allison of Iowa." rc
lerrina to Perry's statement that he had
not asked any member of the finance com-tiK-
to favor an increase of duty on r.ny ar
ticle, humorously said that he could vouch
for tlie truth of Mr. Perry's statement as
far as ho . (Alliscrh) was concern. d. Mr.
Perry had never asked him to favor au in
crease on any article. Laughter.
ilecomiuo; more serious Allisfln saidi
"lias it come to this tho history of tariff
Ic-Kislation that the senate isobhgeil to take
a bill as it comes from our co-ordinate
branch without the dottiny; of an '1' or the
crossins ofa't?' The taril bill is the
most import ant which has enpiijed the at
tention of tho t wo houses of coimress in
tunny years, for it not only affect s the
revenue but it affects whether or no every
industry in the United States. The house
of ecpresentatives had this hill under con
sideration six months before it came to
us. Speaking as a seuator on the Moor,
1, for one intend to have an oportiinity to
consider this bill iu every paragraph and lu
HATCH AND BUSINESS MEN.
The Btlarouri itatcsiuun Ila Some More
Washington, March 7. Leading mem
bers of the New York, produce nud mer
cantile exchange were aeriiiu before the
house committee on agriculture to combat
the Hatch anti-option bill. It brought out
a renewal ot the shurp.colloquys between
Hatca and the commercial repr.entat tve.
Hatch clianieteriziil the written statement
of I'lesider.t t.'hiss, aif fclie New York ct
ton OKeh.-intre, us "an arraignment of the
dim :u it tec." He aii.l that an objection to
it would cause its exclusion, but he would
mise no objection. li:oss' statement was
very Hiiutcd iu uryin that the Hatch bill
was pernicious nnd an unwarranted med
dling with tho individual liberty of citi
zeiis. Hatch asked lihss: ."Why do many
boaro of trade ia. n favor this bill?''
lihiss V. it'.i duo reK-et totliem, I think
they are u:oved by personal considera
Hatch You hold thr.t board of trade
men opposed to the bill arc cntith-w to con-bidi-r.it
Hinss Thr.t is my position, as such men
actually represent the o iiuietcial orjntui
zr.tkms, H tteh !, you think the farming 1 nd
a:rietiltural interests are untitled to any
I'.loss I (lo not Klieve they have any
utlisjuate knonledLre of the measure.,
SPRING CLEARING CAUGHT HIM.
That Moral Monstrosity, .Jesse roatcroj.
Tries to lseapo.
nosTox, March 7. Jes. Potncro-, the
famous boy murderer who is .crvin.a a
l'fe s.-nieuce in the Ch.irlcst.iwn state
prison, has lieea cauirht iu nnother at
tempt to escape. The spriu i cleanim: at
tiie stale prison is now iroinn 011, and on
examiniii' jouult l'omeroy'.s cell it was
discovered ti1.1L the convict had Ik-cii n
niov.ii the mortar and stones in the back
of his cell. J to had proceeded wilh the
work so far that he would have .'nincd his
1. bel ly in a short time. He was removed
to another cell and is now under sttict
;ot Value lor That DM IV,t.
New IaiMmx, Co. in., March 7. A silver
coffee pot, wiiicii for ninny yenrs has been
r.u heirl.io-.n iu the Mitchell and .Str.Hii;
families, and which lias quite a reputation
as a money-raiser for rhiritable institu
tions an.l nii-sionary societies, bavins
rrrved for fin-h a purpose at thcCcntennial
a!;il at the Wnrlii's lair, did a icod turn
this week fortio- Memorial hospital of this
c'.ty. Miss K'.i.:alic;h Mitctu-1 Strom;
tiwtuil the ci.!Tccp.:t, ctlil v. ishitlR to do
s .melliinc; for the ho-jiit il sold the cooee
v to Alfred Mitcht 11. of New York,
for as many dollars as ir v., mi l hold. It
held fn.i, and a check lo;- this amount w.-.i
ci cti to the treasurer of the Hcspital.as
lretty IOkhI 'll.io fcr toeSlate.
Tacoma, V.'.ish., March 7. Twenty mill
ion dollars is the estimate of value placed
by the harbor line co amis-i.m of this
state on the property affecto J by the dc
cision of tiie I niwd Males supreme coin;
ii: the case of Pros.T vs. tiie Northern i'a
ci..c railway. lu the ca-e tl erailvay
c iiiiji-iay h.id claiin to a strip i';) feet wide
on eia-h .-.i-ie of its roa.ll-e.1, t".;e NcriiierD
Paeilic v Inrves, bunkers ai d elevators
comii'e; williin these lilies. n a'liiitioii tc
tlie bunkers and i h-vMors .s-".o.ti 1 1 l a
been sp; ir. by the North, j-n P..ci:ic forlili
ina in t he wharves. Tiie state now will
c c Ih ; heavy rentals from the raihwiy in
War Arvlnst Jisiet., in Mexico.
the .Ic.--:ii;s fr.iru M.-xieo is cati-ini: much
serlo-is thought amonc t hose having the
rvl.'nro of the republic at heart. Tiie first
low has lieen struck by the the expulsion
ni the Jejiiits from the t:die:;e of this city
by P'.sh-'Ji Monies Detle.i and now the
Jesuits are out of jkiuit in Sau Luis
Polosi and have been ordered to have at
once. It is freely predicted that it is the
lKi;i!i!ii'.iu of trouble audi hat this is the
first ou'.lir. -ak of n deeply sealed and irrow
ii:u ieose ion to Jesuit domini; ic.n whieh
is Jell iu i.'.l parts of the republic
TI:e Iowa i.erisle.turc.
Pus Mo!M. It., March 7. In the senate
numerous petitions were presented pro
tcstittj; ni.iiist taxim; mutual life insur
ance conipiinies. nskimi that tiie nse. of
Coi M Ut lie raised to is ye;;rs, prot-estins
raittst 1 lie renea' of the prohibition law
for Ik tier rej,'".'."ti"n by law of the manu
facture nnd sale of bultei iue. etc. Water
man's bill was passed ch-iiiuit!t t he basis
for couutitm the circulation of newspapers
niakiiii; tii Is for ofiicial .j tint irnr, so tliat
the jeip; rs delivered by carriers shall be.
foiiiited the Mime its K:iers sent througii
Anil the state Lets Tliem Cet Out.
Skualia, Mo., March 7. For several
months tlie Halt on pan of desperadoes
have been fortified iu Supulpo mountain,
forty miles west of Yinita. Friday niht
they broke cnnii. and, heavily armed, rode
toward Yinita. Lvery iudicatinu pointed
to a raid on tlie Missouri, Kansas and
Texas road, ami as a result the road's ol"
licials aud those of th American Express
comp.iiiy liavt put on extra j,uanis sup
plied with shotguns.
Farmer Mistaken for a Ijniinii(er.
LAWiaiSCU Mass., March 7. Thomas
Lowns, a farmer belong to West IJoxfonl.
created a stampede in police hemiimartem
here when he was brought iu drunk.
Wlien he was searched half a dii7.cn larire
dynamits! cartridges were foitntl iu his
pockets. He explained in court that he
purchased the dynamite to blow upstui.ms
on the farm.
Drink Too Much at Communion.
New Yoi;K, March r. A sip is all that
Hew Dr. J. II. D.irliimum thinks the
members of his church should take when
the coiumuniou wine is handed them.
"There are sutne persons who insist on
tnkin-fiiood-si.cd drinks," he-said to his
congregation iu Christ Episcopal church,
PeUlord avenue, Brooklyn.
The Freight Train Found It.
Gainesville, Tex., March 7.-An at
tempt was made to wreck and rob nn ex
press train on the Gulf, Colorado and Santa
Fe near l'nullsville. I. T. Two piles of tics
were placed upon the track, but a special
freight ran into thorn an t down a fort v
foot cmbaiikmeuu The train crew jumped,
Faml J ones tho Globe Trotter.
New Haven, Conn., March ..-Paul
Jones, the globe trotter, arrived in this
city today. AU the students of Tale pro
pose to have hiru black their shoes at least
once, paying ' cents. As there are U.tKKl
studeuts the jab will List about thit t v days
if he undertakes it.
Caution to the Ljist Degree.
Kockiord, III., March 7. A petition
signed by 100 citizens has been presetted
to the city council protesting against al
lowing local merchauts to handle World's
fair goods of foreign manufacture, on the
ground that the articles way be infected
with contagious diseases.
T.nbor coudit iops are improving t h ronich
out Knutand, aeeordimrto careful reports
t; the lxmdoii board of trade.
The hard times have thrown more vast
estates of Kn'ioiid iuto the, market than
ever known In-fore.
sioino monti'S iio the free libraries o
Shellield beiran blottint; out the sport ins
and betting ;us in their papers. Mote
than -o.tr, readers protested, and tho
council has just rescinded the order.
Charles 1. Cliotenu's. title to lOrt.OOd
neres of land in Dunklin county. Mo., has
been aiiirmcd a-fler thirty years litigation.
Mrs. Klliott V. Shepatil is planning the
erection of church near her country
home on 1 ha Hudson as a memorial of
In Germany wlion a mm is convicted of
l eatin his wife lie is allowed tocontinue
his work, is looked after by the police, nnd
l.nv-tcd every Saturday and looked nji
until Monday noritinc when he is n'.iin
delivered over to hisemployer. His waaes
are c:tn to his wife. If he won't work be
is taken to jail. where he lias to wi rk hard
er than outside.?
(iertrude Hoson, a pretty cjirl of 17, lieimr
at t'X'.i Kvans avenue, Chieai;.i. has el -pod
wilh A. W. Hi inn ley. formerly a x.-rforiner
ill liuli'e.lo Hill's Wild We t show.
Costa Ui.-a now has a revolmii n. Mar
tial law ins been proclaimed .-.tut Presi
dent Hodrh-T.ez is supreme dictator.
The Phu-iii.v. iron works at l,-:ieai::ville.
Pa., which u.-urdly employ bctwoaii 3,000
and l.tH U men, have closed down.
tlbititary: At Milwaukee, ex-sheriff
John Heo'ley, aired 7J: e.l lVlawnre, O.,
llev. Hr. I rc lt-rick Mcny, n.-el si: at San
ta He.riiara. C.il., Kev. Jeha X Paddock,
bishop of Tacoma.
Tiiere arc over li"i,ii"J bachelor in Mani
toba, and they send word thron-ja their
.cover;. iv.eut tn.U if til it numt'er of H.i
l.'.nd's ".s.ipei'l'.uo'.is" women will e rate
to Manito'oa ;iie pi icecdings in iv i e mu-;'..;!!;.-
a-1 vantage us.
Charles Murray, a 1:H year 1 1 colored
convict at folr.mhus. tl., a;t .nr.led to
kill himself by L.ttiintr h's head .vraiiist
the pri-ea v;iil mid tl-i n, nn.i. r tlie im-pn-ssiou
t!t.-;t he was dyinv;, couf '-s at to
iloiil.le lnu-ii. r for which he had been tried
and aequitt ed.
Mi-s .'.m.i.- I), n.il'.o'k. .1 w'i.il lenchcr
who saved t!:ree nu n ;iv;n dro.vi.l::.; at
liriiiircpoi t. Conn., I.;--t month, he.s tn-ea
I reseated with a ;,, 1 watch, chain and
charm hy Hridia-poi t citizens.
);nssl:i suiri sts an i;.ti.ruativ.u:ii cant-l-aiun
The iJi.M Kin-. Str..ns Gr.miie, and
AVasi.iai.Mii lollies, nt Cri; pie Creek, have
lis. tmed opcrati ins on eiht-liour shifts.
This is a se.b-t.'titial victory for the mill
ers and lie. y are saiie;i;';i,e of comia-llin
every mine ia the camp to adopt the. ciht
'ih...;i::s Lynch was rool-el nnd r.inr
nd. prcs;i:'!a'.ily by trumps 0.1 a lonely
load near tirinm-Il, Kan.
Don't tt- ay-
It is your duty to yourself lo gvt
ri l of tho foul r.cciir.iiilation in vottr
1 blood liiis sj-rin;'. Hood s .s.irsapa
j rilia is just the nii-iiicine you need to
I purify, vitaii?" ar.d t-nrich your
i blood. That tired feeling which af-
fects ne.nly fv-rv one in the sprint,
is clritcn nu bv lloo-l's Sarsatiarilla.
' the vircat s;irir.i; Luc ulcinc and blood
Hood's i!!s hecotiic the favorite
cathartic with everyone who tries
j i-a l.i'.-uh b.'jUjiiP.'Lyil
t nit :.-.;! v r-ccrr., is caused
-ever c-xnctiytllc-iT-tca .?. The
.yr-ja'.ttJt izci ia connection with
. - ri no
I i - .. r J r-r. trr. Fi
w , l-rn
ca uiccMttca is quickly
U'crryiUicncd bv it.
The culy possill: help
in Gns:r.:iftio:i is the
arrc: of z-asfc rc
::cz:r.l rf healthy
iiss;:c. S:oU's Er.suhic::
has fr.yc c:v.v.?V."j Con
s :'s r;vr
1 . .
'Kf - t-
' r -OS.--- .
Wuclesiile De&icr a id Importer of
Wines and Liquor?.
1615 atid I61S Third Ave
Washes Zverythxg Frca a Fins
LUi ILaSkerchisf to a Circus Tent.
Ia:9 Curtalcs a Specialty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. M. & L. J. P&HKfclH,
Telephone No. 1 2 14.
Castoria Is Dr. Sacitit-l ritclicr'ti prcnoription for lufints
and CJiiW.rcn. It contains nn:i':rr Cpiit:n, riorphinc nor
other Karrotle fubr.tr.nor. Ii : a Iiarm'riss caltstittrto
for XaTcgorio, Urops, S!iL:iiii,-j K rup-t, n::d Caf tor Oil.
It la riis..r.t. Its ctiarjuttoo it tliiriy yc-arV tma by
Millions of mothers. Cit-ittiria lostrtys Worms ami allays
fevcrishncss. Castorioi pr-riils vctuitinr; Tour Cttra,
cures I5arri40ca r.iul Wiiiil Colic. Car,lori. rolicvcs
tcnllslns tro::u)os, cures consijjalicn a:nl fia'ulcucy.
Castoria assimilates i'o.o food, rrsuL-.tos tlio to!tich
and bo'vcls, pivinsr healthy and natstral sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children1. raaacca -tlio Ilotlicr's Friend.
"Cost-M-Ii is an excellent ci'Jci:i' f. r chil
dren. Slotlicrs have repeatedly told tic of its
good eCect upon their children."
Va. G. C Ciopt,
Castcrlft fa the bo--t reincly for chll'irca cf
hich I tin acquainted. I hope lha t.;y is rot
far distant hen caothcrs will coasiiler tlie re-al
interest of their chilJrcn, and use Cisr-.ria ia
rtoad 01 thr variousquook nostrums which ere
destroying their loved ones, by forelr.? cfn:in,
morphice, s.x4h:ns Fynip and other lein.'.il
amenta down their throats, thereby bt.uutii
siiem to prcuuiture graves. "
Da. J. F. K.israi-r,
Ti Centaur Company, VI
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A roay'r tf Writ oi i'spe, Draeb Goods, Packi IToss,
Kir Drlck Etc. L..rg?6i ind best equipped
stALiIisbiKiat wrist of Chicago
DAVIS Mi.ui.K. fields, ru
a- IIUIVIIO) v UI A lij
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before Ixsyin
The Young America
And All-Xiffht Lunch Counter.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly Hose Souse.
Residence. 410 E6veirth street
B. F. DeGEAR.
Contreictor ex rid Bmilcicr.
Office and Shop 325 Eighteenth Street
Mr AO kind of Carpenter work a specialty .
" Cstor: I : so well a-inptel to ch.1-trn h
I receianien-i it asscporiyrtoaayptisicnp
knew a to saK."
II. A. AncHrn. II. D-,
Hi So. Oifor.l St., troot'.yn, S."V
' Ovir jrayslctiES ia tho ch;'. Irec's .pct
lcent have spoken highly of tbeir trpert-cn-.x-
iu ti-i ir outsido practice v ithCaswii,
ai.n altl.rurh r.e or.lv have ainoi- ovr
MieiiciU sur-plies what 13 kuoivn a 1 lIat
p.-vvJac's. yet we aro free to coafess t!.at toa
ju-riis i f Casicna has wcia us to loJk aitt
favr u;T'n it."
l.Ml t3 IIOScTTAI. AX I r-si!EMY,
1 "J !hwa
AtXK;; C. Sstrn, JVra.,
Ilur; ay Street, Kow York City.
113. 11-J West Soventec-r-th 8t
j Teleptcne lists. xujU
Ware Room; on
Sixteenth atrett Uiw.in
first and Sccor.il avti-ae.
Itctail trade efpecisilf w-cit4.
210 Seventeenth St.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
Plaes aa extimatea for all kind of baOdiag