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THE AKGU8, FRIDAY, MAY 4. 1894,
A. D. HUESIN6,
Hsp-e. ta ta, nMmf Mltr tlaae-trted and wel.
know rir laaaraae. Companies, Um following
oval tannines Company, of Knrland.
Wsscbsftsr Flra Ih, 'Hupny. of N. X,
BaOalo anaan In. Company, Bnffalo, T. T.
Dnshrster Merman In. Co.. korhrster. N. V.
Citterns las. Co., nl Pltuhurg, Pa.
an Firr OfHre, Umdnri.
lata la. I 'o of California.
Sernrlti in. Co., Hew Harm, Orma.
fctllwanbee Mschao-ra Ina. Co., Mtlwankee
Uarmaa Fire Ina. Oa, of Peoria,! 11.
Office Cor 18th St. and 3d Are.
Rock Island, III
IIATES A CLEAVXUBS
Ht r men tine over 40 Million Dollar
of Cash assets
fir Life. Tornado.
Bond a of SnTetyshlp.
OrrrOK BMiKtna'a Mot Hock Inlaid, lilt.
tSrYrara ar rate; tfwr win trtereat yea.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Tlx ola Flra aad Time-triad Campania
Losses Prcmptlv Pud.
lata aa low a any reliable company caa afford
Toar ratronae la anlieltMl.
STATE SAVINGS BAKU.
Conn Flftarau straw: aad Tlrd AT
CAPITAL. 91 00.000.00.
sceaadt th. Holla Sarin, bass. Organised ISS
i fa cut mm riu imm
Ortaatssd aadar Stale Law.
Opaafromla. as.to v,aad Wednesday aaa
Setarday algLtt fromTtoBpm
Poarsa Kama la.
H. A. Araswnsrra,
i. W. Baaaawa t.
rortar flktaaet. W. W. Walla,
C. A. Rnee, P . A. Alnswarta.
B. H. Edwerde, w. H. Adame,
Andrew frlbarf , C. T. Hemesway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties In tb tardea
pot at tba
Orchard State Bank
of OaCnARD, If KB HAS KA.
K. W. Dam, President,
i. B. Dabt Castier.
Itehsll A Lyad.. Banker.
i. P. hobtaauu, (Miu Bock Island Itatloual
(J.C. Carter, H. D.
Jenrj Dait'. Son. Wholesale Oroert .
Bladder or Uri
- HAVE M
Do you want immediate relief and
cure? Oct . .
For mIc by all druggist.
Read what Dr. Snyder, formerly
of I'rcrport. says:
w .... Cliiessco, Varch 7. 1M3
Dr. Bnrnnsm. M Ailims tiet. City:
Mr Itrar Itoetor My attention wk flrst cai:d
In "-tun Jaa " last yw In the case of captain J.
m. Bni.lat.nf Atlant , -. who wii attaeacd In
Ibis city wltbacnle eephrltis (InAtmnl kldnr
aad ry.tin. lnllnmttm of Madileri. After pra
aerlbla th. a-u.i rrnwdira without ami. "-ttaa
Jab ; .nintpatrd. aad tba hnprorrBrnt wan m
mrk.d arm Uw art dow that a conipleta car
fallow rri m ptilir, Ibat I at one commenced
aa InrrKlliratloa of U. aarrlta, ami baa doc. nr..
aorltwd ii In alainat earjr knnwa frm nf kid-B-.
blart-r. aniihral, aiaal and catarrbal
tronblas, fillosd la aach laatanca br Uas hao-
la my owa rap fTtltta) Ina relief It rare me
la afpda?paa .imply marrekma
A can nf ennreow In my own family wan vrrr
mark lmpmPd by n f'W dopaa. and radically
rnrod la lata than a week 1 mm practical esper
learo la a anmber of bad eaapa of IcBcnrrnoea. fam
f ran tn ar that I hare lua ad no remedy that la
equal ta-ftaa Jak." J
Aad hilo I have navor before rlvra a pmfe.
abmai enrinrpeaM-at to a pmprmtary remedy, I eay
nlpltailnifiy and wltbnat reaervo. that I cuo.lo
pr'aaaJak"aeritabwanoa to hamanttr. and;
after applyln n t the aareet profplonal teete.
raa aay with eontdeac It I batter tbaa It ta
reeommaaded tn be. . '
ehall cnattbaa tn prmcrlba K I all ease of
eatli-tiriner or catarrhal troablon la prcferanca
anall other known remedlea.
A. n arrve tooic, rapectalleto Ine casts of wak.
araeeata child raa, "nan Jak" can be relied npon
foil and ooiirely. Tba delicinaa tpta mt ik.
metticlne la ahm io Ita favor, in pceacribtn- U fi
children. I am at present aaina Nu Jak" aa an
ailaratiee la skin d aeaeaa and asreral aaaea of
ckmnK ecaema ktrtn rellded so readJly to lu
ladtwnre that I shall confines to aaa It IB eltallar
sa.... reeuna coaaoent IBM a WUI awe all ta
ladlbaUoB b sorb cae.
fSignad) Geo. w. Barma, at. D.
Atk jour Druggist for borne ref
SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A rrtat fll.-OToro !a that hpalach,
dlzzlnrw, dullness, 'confusion tf tho mind,
rtr., am duo to derangement of thn ncrvo
rvntora wbirh supply tho brain with ncrvo
force that Indigestion, flyspepr.la, neuralgia,
wind In stomach, etc., areas from the derange
ment of the noire centers supplying tlicso or
aan with norro fluid or force. Thl U likewise
trua of many diseaxen of tlio heart nnd Iiiiiita.
The nrrvr nytem utllke a H-lturnph nywlein,
aa vlll Ito wea by the accuuipauylug
cut. Tho little
ahlfp) llnea are
the nerve which
convey tho nerve
f r-e from tho
nerve center to
every part of the
IhmIv, lut a thn
elec'i riccurrent. la
wire to e ve ry
station, lariro or
physician fail to
reeard this fact;
InMeiid of tn-iit-Inir
t lie nerve cen
ters for thecaiito
o f the disordera
a rlsltitf t herefrom
they treat tho
M. I., LL.R., tlio
student of nervotn diwasea, nnd author
pf many noted treatise on the lattcrsiiujcct.
Ioiik alnee realinMl the truth of th lirst
statement, and his iatoraUve Nervine
I prepared on that principle. It xuccesa
In curing nit dlwaac aristim from derance-nM-nt
of tho ncrvou system I woinler-
16 tuous"nd. of unsolicited test imo
nials In lakMemlon of the company mauufac
lurinii the remedy amply prove.
Ir. MUea' ItfNtorative Nervine Is a rellaMe
remedy for all nervou dlseuws, su li a
headnche, nervou debility, prostration,
slceplt-esiic, iz7liie tiystcria. H'vuiil d
hyity. ft. Vitus dance, epileisy, etc. It la
sidd liy nil druvuiMs on a positive triiarnntee,
or petit direct by the lr. Mill- Medical Co.,
Klkliart. lnd on receipt of price. SI pit bot-
p,y. immihtp ior expnss pnpaHi.
Kestoratlve Nervine positively cuuuUiw no
Otiluu-a or dangerous Urugs.
B. C. C0XBCU.T.
B. D. CONNXLLT.
Connelly & Connelly, .
Attorneys at Law.
OKc second lliior, over Miicatll ft Lyndc'i
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Office la Rnck Island National Bank hnlldlnc.
a. a. sweaakr.
C L. WALK E a.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys ami Counccllors at Law.
(HBc in Benetoti". Block,
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lcptl boslne of all kinds promptly attended
to. State's Attorney of Rock Island county.
Offlco, rostolBca Block.
McEnlry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on (rood security; make collec
tions. Hcrerenor, Mitchell A Lynda, bankers.
Office, Pottoffl :e Block.
R. M. Pearce,
Rooms S and 31 In Mitchell A Lyad' new
Banding Take elevator.
Hawthorne & Silvis,
No. 1T1G Second Avenue, over Krell A Math's.
Drs. Bickle & Schoemaker,
Mitchell k Lynde's Block. Bof.ms331. Take
Physician and Surgeon.
1134, Third Avenue. Telephone, 1170. Office
Hours:! to 4 p. m.. and at night.
I. a. bolmwbusb, a. d.
S. Z. BABTB, a. D.
Drs. Barth & Hollo wbush.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Cffit 40 23rd rt. Tcaetibone 1DSS
Or, Earth i lr, Ucl'.nwburb
W 10 , m. I tu to la a, m,
1 to i slid 7 to s p. m. 1 to band 'to 8p.au
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office. Whlttaker Block, southwest corner
Third and Brady atracts. ' Davenport. Iowa.
Hoom it and 18. Uoura: 9 u31 a. m.,1 to4 p. m.
Edward L. Hanimatt,
Office. Room 41, Mitchell A Lymle Ballding.
Geo. P. Btaadnhar,
Plan and aopertntendene for all class of
Baildiaia. Rooms S3 and 05, MitchoU A Lynda
BnMdln. Take elevatur.
W. A Darli-ag,
Bnford Block, over Elmnbnrys store.
JoJa.il Voile 5c Co,
Sai.h, Doors. Blinds. Siding, Flooring
Aad all kind e wood work for ball dors.
tjthtMaUl aC tat Taird aad roartfe avaaw,
FUTURE OF SILVER.
Brought to the Front by the
THE OUTLOOK SOMEWHAT IMPEOVED
Anirrimn Senators t'alile Their sympathy
for the Objects of the (fathering Sher
man, One of the K i;;nerm Mates Hie Posl
tloa Aanln Comments of Teller and His
Interpretation of the rahleg-raai -Position
of the Administration.
Washington, May 4. The following is
a copy of a ciililenram sent to the lord
mnyor of London apmiKw of the liitnetal
iic cotiference going on in that city: "We
Cesire to express our cordiiil sympathy
with the movement to promote the resto
ration of silver by international agree
ment, in aid of which understand a
meeting is held today under your lord
ship's presidency. Wc believe the free
coinage of both gold nnd stiver by inter
national agreement at a fixed ratio would
secure to mankind the blessing of a sufli-
i-iciit volume of metallic money, and
which is hardly less important secure
lo the world of trade immunity from vio
lent exchange fluctuations." '
The doctimaut was signed only by sen
ators who voted for tho reienl of the Sher
man Jaw, nmriig the signers being Sena
tors Shermnn, Alii-on Voorhees, Hoar,
Aldrich, Hill, Gorman, Bricc, l"i ye, Davis,
Cuilom nnd Ioitge.
Sherman Cttmmfsit on the Mutter.
Senator Shermnn, in speaking of the
Loudon bimetallic convention nnd tiie
above telegram, expr.'sNl the hope that
the convention v.-onlit lead lotiie calling
of another international monetary confer
ence and said: "There is no division of
sentiment among conservative cople ns to
the necessity of regaining silver as one of
the moneys of the country. The only
question we li:ive discussell in congress is
whether we can have free coinage without
demonetizing gold. The general opinion
is that this would be the result of an lit-U-mpt
by the United States alone to main
tain sixteen ounces of silver with one
ounce of gold, when in the open market
we can buy thirty-one ounces of silver with
one ounce of gold.
Not a "Double standard" Man.
"While 1 have always opposed the free
coinage of silver I have none the less de
sired that silver should be used to the ut
most extent possible as a money metal,
providing only that it would not place
us on a single standard of sliver and drive
gold from the country, gold being the
r;cogniz -d standard in monetary transac
tions with nil the chief commercial na
tions. 1 therefore Joined heartily in ex
pressing the hope that the bimetallic con
gress would recommend some plau by
which all the commercial nations would
arrange a mode of coining both metals
as mouey. My ow n opinion is that it is
better to recoguize at on C3 as a fact that
is apparent that on account of the vast
iucrva.se of the production of silver the
ratio should tte based upon the present
relative market value of silver and gold."
Teller Interprets the Telegram.
Senator Teller said: ".As to the effect of
the telegram scut to tba Manchester meet
ing hy Senator Sherman and other sena
tors who have not lieeu known as silver
men 1 think the telegram will encourage
bimetallism in Kuroj by showing that
even those who oppose the free coinage of
silver have come to r. cognize the necessity
of a double standard, and that it will lie
seen from this that while differences of
opinion may exist among Americans as to
how w'e shall secure the lull use of silver
ns standard money none exists as to the
necessity of the use of both gold and silver
ou terms oi mint equal. ty.
VIEW OF THE ADMINISTRATION.
A I'oliry That Walts for l'.urone to Ask a
President Cleveland has all along main
tained like all other bimctallists not free
silver-at-10-to-I men that the true and
stable quality of gold nnd silver could be
brought about and maintained only by
agreement between the great financial na
tions of the world. With this conviction
lie has resolutely opposed all attempts at
individual action by the United States,and
when the extreme silver men have de
clared that there was and could lie no
hope of consummating the desired inter
national agreement the president has re
plied that a firm and steadfast adherence
to the line of policy initiated by the re
lieal if the silver purchase sections of the
Sherman act must inevitably briug about
the desired result.
The president's theory was that by sus
pending further efforts of the United
States ulone to maintain silver nnd gold at
a parity the United States would cause
the Ktiropean nations to feel the need of a
larger circulating medium nnd to share nt
least with us tue hardships of monetary
stringency. Therefore, the movement
now in progress in England and Germany
and France are regarded by the adminis
trntion people ns evidence of t he success
ful working of the president's policy,
lint notwithstanding the rosy promises
held tint by Enm'ienn agitation our gov
ernment is not yet satisfied that a satis
factory international agreement cau be
reached nt present, or even iu the near
future. The pressure has not yet become
so severe its to warrant the liclief on our
part that such nations as Great Britain
aud Uermauy arereat'y to ahandou their
long cherished convict ions aud take up
the double standard.
Therefore it is probable that our govern
ment will pursue a conservative course,
declining to take the initiative nguiu, in
view of the fruitless conferences already
held, ami bide its time until the Europe
an Kiwers, aud particularly Great Britain,
are preimred to invite the United States
to juiu in a conference, which shall have
belure it some, distinct proositiou look
ing to the re-babilitatiou of silver and
with sufficient power lodged iu the lueiu
Ders to insure a practicable outcome.
la this connection it is interesting to
note the action of tha Loudon conference,
Uiiicb was reached yesterday. That con
ference 11 n ally adopted tue proposal of Mr.
Ii. It. Gretifell that a delegation of bimet
al ists wait Uhii every candidate at the
next geuerul electiou in order to ascertain
the opinions of such candidates ou the sil
ver question with the view of supporting
or opposing them. Wheu the cablegram
from the senator was read -iu the confer
ence it was loudly cheered.
Dead on Ilia Kweatlieart'a Grave.
Mabsualltowm, In., May 4. W. C.
Wallace, one ofjtbc leading photographers
of this city, was found dead iu liiverside
cemetery. The body was lying across the
grave of Mis Maymie Biutord, who died
two mouths ago. Wallace waa iulatuated
with Mia Biulord.
NOTORIOUS CAREER ENDED. .
Death of a Man Who W nn Wanted In Sev
eral Parts of Wtaconitn.
GALESVILLE, May 4. A remarkable ca
reer has just come to a close by the death
of David B. Jones, near Burr Oak, Ij
Crosse county. Wis. He was "wanted" in
several different parts of the state for big
amy and several other other pieces of
crookedness. At the ugeof 16 he fled from
home to escape the consequences of some
minor misdeeds and two years later was
sent to the reform 'school ' for forgery.
When 21 he married and sett led down to
carpentering. He was soon in trouble and
was obliged to again flee to avoid arrest.
In Ib'io he found his wny to Trempealeau
county, Wis., went to work at his trade,
and was also an Advent preacher of con
siderable ability and was soon mnrricil to
a Miss Hardie of Galesville, under the
name of Honestcel.
His career ended there in nbont six
months, when he found the sheriff was
after him for leaving another wife in Wi
nona, one at fountain City, one nt She
boygan, and two or three in Illinois. He
disappeared and nothing was heard of him
for fourteen years, when ho was captured
with a band of counterfeiters in Colorado,
but made his escape and afterward
passed through the various stages of
burglary, highwayman, traiu robber, and
ordinary tramp, aud managed to avoid
arrest, lie was on his wuy to revisit
Galesville in disguise when be died of
pneumonia. He was married at least ten
times and each time under a new name.
WILL BE TWO REPORTS.
Presbyterian Theological Seminary Com
mittee I nnlilc to Agree.
Ci.KVFL.sr, May 4. Two reports, one by
the majority and one by the minority, will
be presented to the Presbyterian general
assembly by the committee on theological
seminaries, which has just closed its ses
9iou in this city. The committee could
not agree upan a, unanimous report. It
was decided that the majority report
should not be made public prior to its
presentation to the assembly. It was
learned, however, that the majority would
recommend the fuller control of the semi
naries rather thatt the system of voluntary
schools, so called.
Not Seeking a Third Term.
Milwaukee, May 4. Governor Teck
was in the city and said there was abso
lutely nothing in the story published in a
Chicago paper that be was seeking a third
term. The governor said: "The state
ment is absolutely untrue. I hae not an
nounced myself as a candidate and I will
not. Iu fact, 1 have made no plans for the
future. 1 never lifted my linger to get the
nomination for governor and 1 never shall
do so. 1 -would work harder any other
Democrat who may be nominated than if
1 were the candidate. As for myself, 1 am
content if I give the people of Wisconsin a
reasonably good administration."
Kohlsuat Sells His Stock.
Chicago, May 4. II. II. Kohlsant bns
sold his share in the Chicago Inter Ocean
to William Pcnn Xixou. The transfer
was made in the editor's name and lie
stands for the men who put up the hard
cash to buy Mr. Kohlsaat out. The lat
t. r's slock in the company amounted to
tweiity-scveu-i'ertieUis of the whole and
that held or represented by Mr. Nixon was
thirteen-forlieths. The sum paid Mr.
Kohlsaat f'-r the relinquishment of bis
shara in the paper was ftuu.OUO.
Bloomixutox, May 4. The state Prohi
bition convention was called to order by
George W. Gere of Champaign, chairman
of the state central committee. There
were fully 5K) delegates present, and the
house was tilled with a splendid audi
ence. Hale Johnson of Newton was made
temporary chairman and accepted the
honor in a brief and eloquent address. A.
E. Wilson ol liockford was made tempo
rary secretary, with L. F. Gumbert aud
George 1. Hilts as assistants.
Northern PaciGc Investigation.
CniCAOo, May 4. In the Northern Pa
cific investigation Willis Jones, formerly
chief engineer, testified as to the cost of
the road and station buildings which ag
gregated cT.-MCvjCIO. Ex-Cashier Duu
comba of the Chicago aud Northern Pa
ciiic, testilied the total cost of construc
tion of the road was between -7 000,110
and ,0:x),oM. His statement, whi ch cor
roborated Engineer Jones, is considered a
big point for the Ives faction.
Persian Monarch Ashore.
New Yoisk, May 4. The steamer Per
sian Monarch of the Wilson line is
aground off Eastport. To the life-saving
crew from Qttoque station, who went out
to the steamer. Captain Bristow of the
Persian Monarch said he did not consider
the vessel iu any immediate danger. The
ship is well in shore nnd it is a question
whether she can be flouted even at high
water. She sailed from London April 17
for this port.
Itcrogiiin-d Hill DuUon.
Sr. Joseph, Mo., May 4. Frank Prnth
er, a southern Kansas lawyer, was coming
into the city on a Burlington train. Iu
the smoking car he recognized Bill Dal
ton, the outlaw. Dalton recognized him
at the same time. Wheu the train reached
the city Prather uotilied the police, but
Dal Lou made his escaie. The out going
trains are being watched. Dalton bad a
ticket to Omaha.
Three Young People lrowued.
Keokuk, la.. May 4. Richard Thomp
son, ngedlS; Carrie McKibiwn, aged iiii,
and Hannah Peters, aged SO. went rid
ing in a skiff. About midnight scream
were heard on the river, and soou after
ward their boat was found floating upside
down. All three were drowned. The bod
ies have not yet been recovered, but the
river is being drugged.
Fatally hl.ot by Highwaymen.
St. Pail, May 4.-Two masked men
entered the saloon of L. K. Kohlman here
aud began shooting nt William Lindhoff,
the bartender, after the latter bad refused
to give them the conteuts of the till
Bullets passed through LlmihofT breast,
stomach, aud leg, with fatal effect. The
burglars ran out of the saloon and escaped
in the darkness.
Chier Kamsay Not Utility.
Cedak Rapids, la., May 4. -The jury
tn the Grand Chief Ramsay case returned
a verdict of not guilty. The jury was
out twenty-two hours.
Iowa Mluera Will alt.
Ottcmwa, May 4--Miner in conven
tion at Albia, by a vote of 65 to 65, or
dered a strike. This will take out 9.000
Thomas K. Benedict, nominated for
public printer to take the place of Frank
Palmer, has been confirmed by the senate.
Special examiners claim to have un
earthed wholesalo pension frauds in
New York, where it is said 00J pension
ers are drawing pensions procured by faked
Henry C. Brown, a n year-old Denver
millionaire, has married Miss M iry Louise
Matthews, a sciiool teacher. The bride is
U! years old.ji .. ,,., ,
' The Central V.wific railway owes the
government iri,i;t),(K) l. i
David K. Jones, who litis just, died near
Burr Oak, Wis., left ten wives behind him,
and was kept on the move most of his life
toe-cap.! prosecution for big liny.
Imre Kiralfy intends to erect in Chicago
a new theatre for the production of the
Fire nt. Kr wood, a suburb nf Albany,
X. Y., d.-stro, -d the Kenwood feit mills
three dwellings and a grocery store. The
loss is ,o,tl .).
Gambiers forced out of Denver have lo
cated across the river from that city, iu
Colfax, where they are assured of "pro
Play wriuht IJi-l.".cnbns sued X. II. Fair
bank, of Cuie li . n:id Mrs. Ensile Carter
for $;r,(j ?) u-.r co.ii;liiiig tlie latter for the
The Knights of I. '.l-or nf Chicago have
indorseii a boycott on f lie i; ;s:oa store and
the store of E 1 Partridge bccuu.se the two
concerns !i.;ve recently reduced tliL- wages
ol their cmpl .lyes.
A bottle h;: b.-ea ptc'ie I upciT Gbe.it s
ter, Mass., cn:it.-iin:::g nev.s of tlie loss of
the se!;c.:ii-r Dreadiiauglit mi an icclicrg.
Chicag.t l'.-les .. !;,. i, r.mli -r of :t,ul
celebrated t lie uu-m.ii-y ol Kosciusko by a
MA.1KET5 CY TELEGRAPH.
New York financial.
Nr.w Yoi;k, Miiy 1
Money on call ea y. o:i'..-.-d nt 1 .er cent.
Prune 11:1 r ant ile p.ip.'r " ti -r eeie., S:er
liur exehai.ee stu-ns w.t! actual l.u -ines ia
Imiik'-rs' lal.s isrt.. is 1 t..r denuu-.d and
4T' j4 474 f ir sixty davs: i:sti d rtes is.-'ii'f.
i'.Kt. t 'O'.lllll n-i:ll lalin 4S i is;.
Mlver oertiiic.it-.'. 01 '--Vx no sales: bar sil
ver. M' . Mi-x:ean doliaiv, Siu..
Umu-1 Mates Iannis, .iv. regular. 1-7;..i lis; do
5s coupons, i s; a. 4's eou;i.i:s 113 : l"s
regular, il;; do Mi bid; pacific li s of
New York C:
.ii:: n:ul Produce.
Xi:w Yokk. May 3.
i-Xottilual. Cirn None
m : western. 40c.
: ;v Hoi; family. l.vr.i;i
Wh at ' .l..! c.
s; 1 lfi'-.i :; i-.:c 1:
on t-aiw. !..ts :i;at
Pork Nen-me .
Hi il l. l.ard St :::ly; j r.cie r. stern Menui.
.I- iii nail Produce.
t"!:tc.i. May X
Toil iv.-i.:g v.-. ri ih,- !j:i.,tati .n 011 the
B::rl of Trnile toi"...y: V. 'he t Muy. o;iiieil
r7rv. e' s d .".;:..; July. o;'en 1 ."., clo.-vil
:' S ; I 'm! e. o; e:,.-:i r.i;4f, c-Yo;l i;o7.e.
Cera-May. op.-i.e.l :r;i-r. c o e 1 ;;. '4.-; July.
up. lied :s.i4c. el i-wiS Sej t. mUr. ojda'il
tt. el.sei iiii ,c. a s- May. oi u.il :st4c.
cIomsI :tic: Jn.y, .p.-r.r i :'.., cl.-rHil ''hc;
S.;t 'mU r. . e..e 1 J 4 ; lo-,.,l srs r. rrk!
iliiy. lH'ii..:l J1S.1.". eos.d tl.M",; July.
olH-ued ;-I'.,L7-.... e.-.M-l SU5.2:s. lird-ily,
oi::ei T.J'i, e o.-C(l tT.;"-i.
Piinliice: Batter Fancv seiwater. IttliS.
17e per Hi; fancy !::i:y. l.i..-le.: jiaekiiis
st(K-k. tir Kcirs -Ire-sl, t.t k." -c 1 or dots.
Live j oultry t'iiii kens, s-1 er lb: larke-vs.
Hi-; due Us. !:!' c: im, t :i.i .ui )t'r doz.
Potatoes -liurnai.ks. -J- ; r La; Ucbrous.
7.".;'.s-: ne- iniM.n.s. Lunisiucu. fi.iM'"l..Vt
per Lb!. Ai'pii-s -i-Vo.r.fi.n i,cr ,, stra v-
lfnies-Leiuisiaii.:. $1Ji I'lOi 1 er :.'l-eit case.
Chicago Live tiii'lt.
t itle a). May ".
Live stoe-1; Pi ie-es ::t t!io Union st.rk
vards t.Mlay ratue.i n- l.:lt- ns; 11-u; Esti
mate 1 r-reii t for the e'.ay. SV '-. sales raae'd
at .tto-.-vi.-i pics, ?.'.io.:.i.ii li.hi, Sl.tV.fri.tt
nmh pae kiiic .;,;.,-, i,;ItH. s.'t.uy
heavy iurLir u::d tbi,'i.i;i' !ts.
t attic Ueeeii, Is f r the day, 11, (1"; qnota
tieitis ranged ut Sl.le-; t.ti e-lioit-e to extra
shipiing steers, S 4-: 1 c Ito choice do,
S:t.;i;i.;ii fair to p.Hl. S-:. :ix comnion to
rrnsliuui do. fl.l..r i:n lmi.-l.ers' steers. $.ni
ifr:t.l 1 st'-kers, !.:!. : s 1 ff.v.n. jfl.mi;
3.W cowa. i.uC'w.ic'i beiters. fi :i.r.i bull,
Si;uTr 1.0J Texas ste.rs, aud si.;;.;) veal
Sh-.'! nnd I.amUi Kee''ipt for the day,
lO.tati; j.riees ranere l at j.7" l.."a west tii,
$-..r.e5t.ii Texans, J.ei t.75 natives, autl
The Local Markets.
Hay Is.tno't-.T. $!0: ot,sti'1. ftO:
S7:slOi. h jaJ0;oileo.7 5JS'!.
Patter Fair to coulee, 90c; cream ry,
Pou try Chlckcus. dressed, 10c.
rr.l'IT AND VEGETABLES.
Apples 1 VI bh, FOB Chicago
Poiaioc tl S'ic.
Oniors- fl.so twr bn
Tnrnips cue per bti
Cattle Botchers imjr ior do--1
4J',r; cows and belfeis, 2
Spring 'amb. f S KKSSS a head.
Coal Soft, ine: hard. ts.SQ.
"Sl:rine of the tnlrbty! can it he
TLat tl is is all remains of thee?"- Byron.
See a woman or.ee roy anil bright, fnir and
beautiful, ludit of hvart, qu'.ck of t-tep, dulcet In
tomr. the very lijrlit and life of the liouc, and
you see a picture tlmt mii be called a lit of
Paradirc. Sere that Fame woman worn hy disease,
pa'e and hapgaid, heavy of heart, speaking sel
dom. caMin a sbadow of rlotira thronzhout the
house by her pn sener, and yon hive a picture of
Tara'lisc Loft Alas the suffer from the Ills
that thoi:s::nce of women know. Tell her that
Dr. Pierce's Favon'e Prescrljition is a certain
cure for feminine we aknesies and ccrargeimnt,
it will reetcre health am! rood spirt', and Bake
her eme morj a blcffiiig to her ftimlly acd the
Dokhopa. Fersth County. JS. C Tir. H. V.
Fierce-: l)eutr For pome six or se-ven years
my w f bad been an ii valid. Uerominfr eun
v.nred that it wan lier only tope, we bought six
bottle's of Dr. Pietce's Fsveitiier Prescription and
"Golden Met leal bircvery." To the surprise r
me coininunny bho uir jv 01 m.vre'i ana isnuiy,
in one week isy wife commenced to improve, and
lorir iH'fon' ehe had taken the last Ix tile she wa
able to do her own work (file hsd cot been able
to do it before tear seven years), snd wlien she
liad taken the Ijft of the meuieiiie she was scuud
)y cured. Yours truly,
Kev. T. H. STiarsoa.
Koyal Kuby' Mye Whisky
Is a "Eye as is a Bye," naturally ripened and
rca from all foreign flavor and adulterants, a;aar
anteed psrt and over eleven years or age, recotn -mended
to tbe connoisseur aa a meritotlona arti
cle worthy of the confUenoc of Invalids, coots
lef cents and tbe afed. Fee that our name la
blown in bottle. $1.00 per quart bottle.
"boyal klby" poet w ine,
pure, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the aged. It restores
lost vitality, creates strength and appetite, builds
op tbe weak and debilitated. Qcarta. 11. Plata,
6b celts, tot up on honor and uaranteed by
KOYAL WINE, CO, Cbieaco.
For rale at Harper Boose Pharmacy, sad by
fanotiB RPMFnv Tnr
KET73AL&IA and rinii'ar Ccnplrinla
mattoracmren onflerthp strinewt
!, proaeu-ieiea ty eansoat pi.y3ioi4EB"
I On It genn Ine w.Tradem'ltOA ncltor."
I Look also on uackaire for Dr. HicliW'g Srai ;
FAd. HicrtterACo. New York.
29 HIGKESr Awenos.
1 12 Branch Bouses. Cwa Glueworka.
2"r urtl HTc t-or-.o tv Ko-ft Von
I barm; c y. Jf uk le ai tl. 111.
! The Great HealHi Drink
Rafe, sure nnrl rcliahle. Alway s on
time. A pleasurenudaucligiit. Com
fortable, en ioyahie.
A 2"c paiff. makCF 5 paTlons. fAtl cxrTyvrhorr.
fVnsl 2c. fUBp for U-autiftil pictur cards aci Ntulu
ThelhoM. LU Hires Co., E'bilndt l(ifiia.
THE GENUINE nilL.V-
DELriHA, THE CONTI
NENTAL, the new m:
PAUTUEE, THE EUC1C
OF THE HIGHEST GRADES.
LAWN GKASS SEED.
THE I'EICES AUE LOW
ER THAN eve:i eeiore.
Evcrj'tuin for the making
of a rich lawn at
HA.2L77Ali2 ard SZ2D
213 and 215 West Sc-conil St.,
iVatie a Well
ViTALIS si xw'Sfe t&s i
. -Ti-H. . .
0:h Ts'ny.l A', f&r.
fry rrai nrrnncnv
ataiwaa iiint.f 1.U ....... r
Procures the Ahnte B"S-lts in "0 Pais. It arts
powerfully an.i quickly. Cure r. he"n all otberr
tail. nu.ir nien wi'l ret.Tiiii tiie;r lost manhoud
and ola in. n nil recover tlieir venithtul viroi
by USinc VITALIS. Ilr.liiel.-lvf.iHi si:r.-vm.
fteires Xcrvnusiu is. Iist Vimliiv. ImiKitencr,
Xlchtly Kmissions. I.est I'ov . r." F.-.iiiuff Mein-
cry, Wasline lisea.es. nnd all c-Kei ts of self
UUSC or rtwes f..i1 ln1 :mrini ..IS
S.i?1 y aTui coasami-tfon. Insist cn having
ViTALIS, no other. Can be carried in ve st
pocket, lty uiail. Jl.tiO - r puckafe. or six tor
ao.00. With a BOsi.Na rriflpn r::in!Rt'. flat mm
er rsTnnd Ois mor-r. t"retil:'.r tree. Ad'1a
CALlatl KtHKIU' UH.A.M'. thicsi. 111,
For sale at beck Island by Harper I'ouse I'har
m cy William tiid Ckndecin, VoHli.
and how to attain It.
At Irst a medical work that tells ti e causes,
describes tb. e!Te:i?, poiuUthe remedy. This
Is scientncaltv the most valuable, arti.-tically
the most tx-amiful medical book that has ap
leired for jcars; 9G i ajo, every pjge bearins;
a hair-tonc il!strr.'.ion la tints. Soaie of the
subjects trcate-d arc Nervous Debility, Impo
tency. Sterility. Dsvelopement. Varicocele,
The ilaelkin-l, Thoss intending Ksniage.ttc
Every man wlo would know the gr&nd trutl .,
lbs p'aiu facts, the old secrets, and tbe new
discoveries of medical se'ence as applied to
marrl il life, ah.iw.mli atone fir pest follies
and avoid future pitfalls should write for this
wonderful little bc-ok. It will be sent free
under scaL Address ILc pub'isbers.
Krv Medical o . ItnSalo. N V
Washes ZvarythiBg Frcm a Flni
fti- .a, - .
WaM sW- - , a
sus iAaauercucr to a Olrras Tout.
Lact CtritE a Spcdaltj,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
V. M. & L. J. PAKKER. .
Telephone No. 12 14.
Kt:t rroim ntii . -s
Kstsloor Knl. :;,h S-!,..,, . -
tor, of ,he totV.ir.Vd "'4
bebwerk. lata ,.t uit.-L...-." jJJ
lateen lr-,,.. li.c,,.,,!, , ' It- k t.
bai thi e- wi;i ,.... - "' '1 lies ..T-s.
Bock tsianl county, nl t! t. . - ' "' tvT,
lco"ll. in tie citv e( I '''I
.Clif t.-rot. on l:r-t vl , ., r' e .
u which tune all e-r? .-. i.'.i '. J'l. ,.
" e-iaic are n.'io.co u;: j
or the 1 ur.Hisr el hav:-,.'
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ier.W.1. tn tu
Uated this U .1st o' n
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w- r'. M-Hi:iti,KK. "
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tbet ri-.milv ... It.M 1. ........ '. I...
o-a-ed. be-n-liv en-rs r.eir til '.""". 1.
Sefore tin: r.Mil.l- tntin .l n.k . , ' ".m
f, at the oirtre f ti rll ,k
ibe city of It.Kk lsl,.,! .. . "n. a
be first Moi..Sy i .i..,v , ' !-&. m
imeail rrr-m. I,v!,,e , am.. 2 r
tate arc not it'n-d tn I r. .-iu.-t,i -, ... '
pnrp-rsc-of hievire thf,.,:... .,0.'..-.,! "'.!"'
t.s indebted to svd ,-: .. ' . ' if-
naiie immcCiatapajniM.tTott.sri,.';.!5'" k
W. 1) J?,;,
Psied tnif -.y h d, of A. r.l.Al 'ih j.-
amtiiti it. . oiiiT
r, F? 1 IVrCe-r. 1..T. ,,,"
m ti turrit rijt r
Hr.'t-r, la-eof tie e. u--.,t .'.P , ""t:-ft
f ill iiil-, .lel ST,--'. h T -I'v
"Pi nplM-nr ! for,. Hi,. r'.i'Lte
COIll te. at th effre of Hi - ;.
the city of irnri . -:.!!. nt
t . .. I ,
me tttvt ren.Ty i:i J-.tj
all per-oi s !.ir. in? 1 ;a ;r. -i , .1 .
mt;ft' iiii,(l n-ij-i, -,-.i t-, j
of liilTiTV lt:e n. ju-l. if -
arrant losnol --t te sr
mi'iiate )r.tyiu.-i,T ft ' S,-
Latd lbi;n i !. .: ;,. . .
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Notii c to t ut:a,
Siale-1 Tre;rrr.i w: ' t.' rr.
eleri.V nin-. k J-l.i .1 1;;
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IKtlt. nt f. o'clock p m.. f ir r l.'-ii-...
poiVe-HM-11's orilerc.l by Mtorihri: ?.r,. V
entitled II or.lti.M:! e tor tin in .....
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ii'Velttee-i.tli st ri e . ft.i-n I' c - t'i r;.. .,.' l
avenue 10 I e sun li line of v 1 . v !
niliS vie'." lia-seii Mnreh r.. aC.
rsrre' lorthe ImiirovrniiTit . f i.Te. n-h'T
from tl:e oath line c f v-t.th ae.V,;,. r,,l'f"
we;-: o the sotltl ! t e ni Nrmti .tl-.. . y
we st. pa- civ area S. :i : a'.. . ,,.
for the int'ircvrnii n' of mh-miii t
tt.e srei'h lilii- eif Nii.'l ;iv. mi r;iir ;.r , ,
the torth line if tilhti et tti s e n.- .'1.-1
Marcii 5. l--.il, an-! for ritti-hin.- .1 t' , mv'TT
anddiii?tbs worka-rordar t 1 . , t. '.-
speiCruiio: s on tlie at i!i- itv ci. r . '1 ,r
l!!atik hi s will,-1 orm-hiei on ij,,;,., '.'
Kilmu-tbe senaraie f r rv '
aKive sp -t ills 1. 111 i ce .t"Dit ied with 1 cerivi
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1'. fr r,f ... ..... . t . .... I . . .
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sirn 01 ;.. to ptyai. r to r..,.
MITf forfelli-i t'. miHr tv ir. ''..
eiiiiT lino co ii-art miTi
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n-ieiic 1 in ; i. n:ti an.: e-rom 1.1 its
snd spec. u-ai ion 111 thi: cvjbt IhM t:.t-ci .Tm
sha'l be swireo-1 to iii.n. 1
O.nrartrr- are i- iire.1 M fan.i-!i -ii tLT-jt.
of brie Willi nhi h work i- to r. i.., i'r
a-eii in the werlt inu.-t rorrefpuiO .!a tit trL,
us iu ijiTa'rjan 1 s vie.
ltock IslaUei, M.. A r l IT. 1-M
A. 11. Ill -MS...n j(Vs.
How tn procure AXTI-WA-IillOASD
SOAP I OWDEIi free of chsrs:
1-UY -OUR LADY" SUAr
Cut off the mil of the wrari-'r.
at -place named. When ji n Livf
S5 iiiitnrcs of our At;ti-Wib-board
Soap l'owJer. talie tLfa
to your jrroeer or present the-n
at our olllcc ami you will receive
FREE a 4-pounel package, wnrth
25c. We make this litier-tl is
ducenient to quicklj introJaot
Our Lady Soap and
Anti -Washboard Soap Powder
Ami lmlils notl until ail wrsti
p?rs on which this offer is prli;
fil, is presented to us.
Warnock & Ralston
Soap Makers, Koek Island.
American Catarrh Cure.
The American Catarrh Care '. the rssilt of
Tears study aud trestment of tLe d:---'. "
Ixillle ronv luces the most ske,itii al. It 1- a;sr
rraf y f r Use. needinar nelth -r deal ur nr.
iter. It restores the bearing:, cures the t
caucb ai d expectoratinc, remove s the- bemitrx
anil nee blee-elings. increases the ar:e! le.
docc sound sleep, invigorates ths h !'
and increa-cs tbe vitality. l"repire-d ot.'y t'T
M. Joues, M. D., No. 4J 'ortu Kli 'r-a s'.rrrt,
Philndeluhia. or mail.il ar.vwhe-n- for ft.
For rale by all firuscists. Hr:a A Hatasft.
w bole-als ai-enu. t.ssujaii Miue-utntk street,
loie k Island.
s-! t- r r r-dr-rir 4
Wholesale Dealer and bnpsrtei of
Wines and Liquor
1M nd If 18 Third At
.. u.u, viiik.