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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 27, 1894.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
XIATES ft CLZAVELAHD
lUptamtlng nw 40 Mlllioa DoHats
Jlr Life. - Tornado.
Bnvtrla of Sarac Uitp.
Orrhns-CeacM Mne aek ItlaaA. Ilia
prvneat ntttM: thsywtU rater t yos.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Tha eld Tat and Tima-tilc CoKpaslee
Losses Prompt- Paid.
Ham uln aay tellable eorapeay tu effort
Teat Petrmieee M anllelted.
STATE SAVINGS BAITS.
OAV Genet riftaoata street aa Tklnl A
CXPIT AX. 8100.000.00.
aecseas tte Bollae SeVan Baas. Orgaalaad 1M
j ftrcnr nTitm ru h imsm.
V OveaiarB saeet Slate Lavs.
pea from t a. at. to I p at., sad Wednesday u4
starts alfhe fromTtoSpm
H. A. AnnTm,
4. F. Uaasavet.
Ports Sk'nnet. W. W. Walla.
C A. kim, H. A. Alaeworta,
. H. K.tsH, W. u. Adam.
Aadv f rtkve;. r. F. lamnr.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
BMJa for fwt 1 parties tit the aaniaa
pot ol ifea worn ay the
Orchard State Bank
af OaCOAED, KKBBASeA.
I. W. Dat, Praaldsat.
1. B. Daa Casbier.
Mtieaen Lynde, Ranker.
. r. fcobtaaua. Cashier Lock Isiand alIoiii
'. G Carter, M. D.
tteory Unit1 sona. Wholesale Oraora.
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
I obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the Crat floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladioa From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days lor On.
tlcmcn From 6 a. m. to 7:90 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days ln Sundays the
rooma will he open from 6 a. tu.
tn 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time dnrinf business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
tl witl Clean Silks and Woolen Goods,
Ribbons. Curtains and Carpels It haa
no equal lor Cleaning House. Killing
Moths and Removing Grease Spots.
Tit Kit! It. Sam MoRej Mi Ltbir.
PRICE IS CENTS A CAKE Oft TWO CAKES
FOR 23 CENTS.
Address H aid II. Dcs Moines. Iowa,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
1-Ks.Y'Sl CKSTAM RAtM-rtaMea the NaaeJI
lr r.. Alley a I elw Mt ImtunnaUn. IlraUl SSl KrNI
rMMfM,ain em m'tm
HhemirM, Mmiim iaM
W llraspsMecbyaiaU. AU.X
a. o. eeanixT.
a. . concur.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
oaca second Boor, over Uitcaell tt Dade's
bank. Money to loaa.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
OoV ta Bocfc Island National Bank building.
a. a. swaaaar. o. a. wains.
8weeney 4c Walker,
Attorneys and Councillors at Law.
Offlee tn Bea toa-a Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lcral bnxlBcsi of all kinds promptly attended
to. State's Attorney of Bock Island eoanty.
Office, Poetoffiee Block.
McEnlry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa money oa irood security: maas collec
tion. Baferaaee, atltchell Lynda, bankers.
OSloa, Postoflce Block.
R. M. Pearce,
Tonus t and SI In Mitchell A Lyase's new
Boliainff. Take elevator.
T. L. Silvis.
So. me Second Avenne. over Krell A alatliX
Dra. Bickle & Schoemaker,
Mttchall A Lynde'a Block. Ronass Ht and M.
formerly occopied by Pr. Looewia. I'ake ele
Thysiclan and Surpeon.
I'M. Third Avenue. Telepboce, 1170. office
Honrs : 1 to 4 p. and at t if lit.
t. a. Boixosracsa, a. D. e. a. aaara, a. d.
Drs. Earth & Hollowbush,
Thysicians and Surgeons.
awsidcnce Tai Slet et.
Dr. Barta . m, Uo'.lowtra.b
BteW a, at. to to l a. m,
1 to i and 7 Ion n.ra. t to5as4TtoS.av.
Dr. Chaa. M. Robertson,
Fye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office. Wbittakcr Block, sootbwest corner
Third and Brady streets, Davenport. Iowa
Booms n and 19. Iloni: Stona.m.,1 to 4 p.m.
Edward L. Hammatt,
Office. Boom 41. MitcbtU A Lynda Building.
Geo. P. Stauduhar,
Plana and snpenntendecre fur a'l elase of
DDUiunira. kwdu as ana oo, autcbtll A Lynde
Buiord Block, over Kineebsry's store.
sun frmt II. S'aroal
aju)a,t WaoaaMu,. v.
n ml 9 i
American Railway Union and
PBOG&ESS OF THE GREAT FIGHT.
Trains Get Away at Chicago Without
Trouble, Esoept an Extra Guard of Pe
Ilea at the Yards Scheaae of the Hall
way Coaapaalee to Bead Off the Boy
eottera and Brine Vnele Sana lata) the
Chicago, June 87. In response to re
quests from railroads using Pullman cars
the chief of police stationed a detail ot
polios in all the yards with instruction!
to call for additional aid if necessary
from the nearest station. Half of the
night force were kept in reserve at af
OKOIIOB at. rcmiA.
stations. These precautions wore taken
in view of the boycott declared agrunst
the Fuilmnn cars by the American Hall
way union, which went into effect at
noon. Nothing scrions Trn expected to
develop before the lilinoia Central train
for New Orleans was made np.
May Attach Mall Care.
The next Pullman train out would be
the Western Indiana. If they got out it
was said their trouble would not be over
by a lonn way, for, at every station it was
said, efforts would be made to cut out the
Pullmans. It was rnmored that the rail
roads had about decided to carry mail on
every train drawing Pullmans, thus
bringing any Interference with them with
in the jurisdiction of the United States. If
mail curs were attached behiqd the Pull
mans it would he practically impossible to
cut off the Pullmans without interfering
with the malls.
first Train Gets Away.
The Illinois Central train for Xew Or
leans got away without dilllculty. It was
maclo up and re.-idy before noon and
guard were placed about the yards to
keep the boycotters off. It was also dis
covered that some of the train crews on
whom the union relied, declined to par
ticipate in the boycott. Vice President
Howard of the union, mysteriously hints
that the full effect of the boycott will
not be known at present. It is understood
the intention is to call out ths freight
crews as wcu.
MISTAKE OF THEIR LIVES.
tfhat a nallway omclnl Say. ef the
Amrrtraa Railway In ion.
St. P.fL, one 117. i'he boycott against
Pullman cars does not effect all tie lines
centering in St. PauL Those which run
Pullman cars are the Burlington and
Northern. Chicago Great Western, Min
neapolis and Su Louis, Wisconsin Cen
tral and St. Paul, Minneapolis and Ste.
Sault Marie. The Omaha runs cars on
the northern and southern divisions. The
Northern l'acitic U exempted from the
Doycott on account ot being in the hands
of a receiver. Regarding the boycott, an
official of one of the lines said:
"If the fight comes it will be a fight to
a finish. It is bound to come and may
as well come now as any time. We can
not run trains without sleepers and can
not use other kinds. If the interference
prevents the running of sleepers we shall
appeal for protection, and if protection is
not sufficient trains will not run. The
fight means the extinction of the A. R. U.
It is the mistake u their lives. They have
no fight with us and we do not see why
we should be dracgen into it" -
SITUATION AT ST. LOUIS.
Striken Say That So Lawlesa Acta Will
m lie Committed by Them.
St. Lot is. Mo., June 27. The Pullman
strikers here awaited with unconcealed
anxiety the hour of noon, which was to
inaugurate the greatest boycott of
recent times. Their committees spent
the momiug talking ever arrange
meLt for handling the strike which they
are prepared to fight out to the bitter end,
but that not a luwless hand would be
lifted nor an illegal art committed.
ltoycott Postponed at Cincinnati.
Ciscissati, June 27. On orders from
President liaba of the American Iinilway
union the Pullman boycott was declared
off here. Mr. Phelan, who was sent here
by President Debs, states thut this is sim
ply a postponement, and that the boycott
might be ordered on at any time. lie says
the American Railway union does not
want to tie up travel till the last effort at
arbitration has been resorted ta There is
some bad feeling at Ludlow, Ky., against
the men who resumed work in the Pull
At the National Capital,
Wasiiixotos, June i:7. The proposed
boycott against the Pullman company
haa riot tiu to thi tim 1a1 nnv nff,
the railroads centering here. Jloth the
.'ennsylvania and liultimore and Ohio
railroad companies have sent out a train
Since noon, each of whieh hint hnulA nun
or more Pullinau cars, and there is no
move on me part or the employes to dis
continue their service with the companies
because of this fact.
Beano Pullman striken Return.
Cincinnati. June 27. The manager of
the Pullman ahopa in Ludlow, Ky., haa
posted a notice that all striking employes
who do not promptly return to work will
be discharged, Twentv-eisht of the strik
ers have returned under the notice and re
MILLS STARTING UP.
atevlval of In m trie Following; the Set-
tlaaaentef the Coal Strike.
PrrracHO, June 87. A revival in local
industries which mill men confidently
predicted would follow the final settle
ment of the coal strike waa evidenced !
bare whan plants in all sections of the
city, soma af whlok have baaa Idle far
months, r nnied work w ith a full force
of bands in all departments. On the
south aide nearly every plant of any ins
tance h running full turn, or will be do
ing so in a day or two.
At A. M. Byers & Co.'s mill is on full
turn. Oliver & Roberts' wire mill goes
on double turu in all departments. The
rod mill went oa full turn. Jonea &
Laughlin's puddlera began work for the
first time since the inauguration of the
big strike. Oliver's lower mills in Alle
gheny, after being cloeed down for one
year, went on full. Browne & Co. 'a Wayne
Iron works resumed, and the puddlers at
the Monongahela Iron works also return
ed to work.
Trouble Threatened ta Colorado.
Colorado Springs, Colo., June 27. Ru
mors of all sorts of contemplated out
r ages are in the air hare and the mails
are burdened with thrilling letters. W.
II. Brooks, who has mines at Cripple
Creek and was the first mine owner to
require nine hours for a day's work, re
ceived warning that a band of miners in
tended to take him ont and sqrve him as
General Tarsney had been served. Sheriff
Bowers received the following letter:
"Unlesa the cowardly rascals who at
tacked General Tarsney are arrested by
Monday, your city will be burned up."
GIVEN THE COLD SHOULDER.
General Frye and Uls Army Turned Oat
of the Coxey Cam p.
Washikgtox, June 27. The original
Coxey army is not anxious to extend a
fraternal hand to other commonwealers.
the chief reason being that thetr own
supply of provisions is so low that means
have become scanty and infrequent. Mar
shal Carl Browne has turned out of camp
Frye and his army, who arrived here Sun
day tired, hungry and woe-begone after
their long journey from the west. Frye
and his men went over to the Calvin
camp, a miie away, where they were wel
comed by the dozen members of that army
still remaining in the vicinity. The Gal
vinltes, however, had little to offer their
fellow commonwealers. The Coxeyite
brigades are slowly dwindling. Xo inter
est is taken in them now by the public,
and contributions have about ceased.
NEW CAPITAL CRIME IN TEXAS.
A Man Lynched for Enffagtns; tn a
Crooked Land Scheme.
ELDORA, la., June 7. William Stacy
of Iowa Falls, this county, was hanged
by a mob of Texas citizens in Texas. He
was a former prominent citizen aud man
ufacturer in this county aud went to Tex
as and engaged iu some laud swindling
scheme. His scheme did not suit the
Texans and a few months ago a commit
tee of them waited upon him, took him to
a pond and treated hbu to a due-king.
This did not seem to dampen his ar.lor
and the same citizens then painted lam
with a coat of tar aud feathers. The .set
tiers continued to be swindled until trial
ly the vigilance committee waited upon
!?tacy and left his dead body dangling
from a tree.
TRAIN ROBBERS AT WORK.
Southern Express Company's Safe Illowa
Open and Plundered.
Sayaxsaii, Ga., June f?. Train Xo. 6
oa the Savannah, Florida and Western
railroad was held cp near Ilornerville, 13(5
miles from Savannah and near the Flor
ida line. The train was brought to a
standstill by the dnnger signal and wes
then boarded by half a dozen men armed
with rifles. The Southern Express com
pany's safe was blown open with dyna
mite and all its contents taken. Their
value Is not kuown. Kuginetr Jenkins
was then forced to cut the engine from the
train and carry the robbers ubout eleven
miles. It is supposed that they have cone
into Okefenokee swamp to hide. A posse
with bloodhounds is on the track of the
Eulogies of Banian Siewspapera.
ST. PETEIteliUKG. June 27. The Russian
newspapers publish eulogies of the late
President Curnot, dwelling upon the fact
that his name is indissolubly connected
with the events eudiu.j in the Frauco
Hussian alliance. The majority of the
newspapers favor the election of M. Cas-
inner-l'erier to the presidency, declaring
thut he will f,ive complete satisfaction to
public opinion and to the official world.
At the surne time the beliof is generally
expressed that whoever is elected presi
dent of France it will not affect the rela
tions existing bet ween the t wo countries.
Ffcort Stay lor l:rta Imu.
Xew YoiiK, June 27.-Judge Barrett has
granted Ernst us Witnan, who was to have
gone to Sing Sing i-rison Monday, a stay
until Friday, ".'ins order," said General
Tracy, "is only temporary, of tourse. but
it gives us time for argument, in which
we shall claim that a stay should be
granted pending an appeal. We will go
to the general term, anyway, aud if neces
sary to the court ol appeals and we may
be able to get Mr. Wuuau out ou ball."
M,n.a(, ol iTuiinit Jueti.
Stamfomj, Conn., June 7. Miss Emma
Jnch. the prima donna, and Francis L.
Wellman, the assistant district attorney
of New York, were married at St. An
drew's Episcopal church in this city. Rev.
Peter McFarlanu officiated.
Invalid' Hotel and Surgical Institute.
This widely celebra'ed inMi'iiUon. larntl t
Bnffjlo.N. V., te organ's-d with a fo I staff of
eicnieen experienced and i:iful phjoicians an!
snrccons constitntiti the most comi,let orenni.
stion of medical and mrflral ttiij in America for
tte treatment or all chronic diseases, whether
repairing medical or surgical means for their
care. Murvelou ruocc he been achieved in
the cure of all natal, tlroat and long direo.ee,
liver aud kidney dicae4. dicwes of the diges
tive organs, bladder dleae. dlnea l pccnliar to
women, blood-taints and ekin diseases, rheuma
tism, neuralgia, nervous debiity, paralyse
epilepy (3t). and kindred affections. Thous
and, are cured at their homes through corre
spondence. The care of the worst rxplnres. pile
tomors. varicocele, hydrocele and etrictorce ic
guaranteed, with only a stort residence at the
inrtitntion Bend 10 cents in .tamp, for the In
valids Guide-Book (ICS pag-er ), which Rives all
part'culam. Address, World Di,pen.ary Med
ical assoc'ation. BunVo. NY.
Royal Ruty- Kye Whlaky
Is a "Bye as Is a Kye," naturally ripened and
ree from all forciga flavor and adulterants, nar
anteed pare and over eleven yean of age, recom
menace to tne connoisseur as a meritorious arti
cle worthy of the cotfllewx of invalids, coma
letcenU and the axed. See that our -.-it i
blown in bottle . $1.00 per quart bottle.
kotai. kubi port wine.
pore, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the aged. It restores
lost vitality, creates strength and appetite, bnilds
an the weak and dehi luted. On. A. a, t...
6U cents. lul ap on honor and guaranteed by
KUYAL WISE, CO, Chicaao.
For sale at Harner Honae Hmv. ..
WlUiasa Ckwduua, Molina. ' '
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Xew Tork Financial.
New York, Jane 3k
Money on call easy. Offered at 1 per cent
Prime mercantile paper 2?434 per cent.: ster
ling exchange nrm with actual business In
bankers' bills tSSH for demand and b7H&487?a
for sixty days; posted rates t8ei&t.M. Com
mercial kills 48oj. . .
Silver certificates 0tfiA; uo sales; bar silver
62& Mexican dollars olic
United States bonds, 6's regular, 118:
do 6's coupons. 117J6; do. ' regular. 118;
4's coupons, 114?i do. X a, SS bid; Pacific
6's of 'tti. 1U1 bid.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Cricaoo. June SB.
Following were the quotations on the
Roard of Trade today: Wheat June, opened
5910, closed BtHc: July, opened 0-, close
owjftc; Bepteruoer. opened 6Zc closed 6140.
Corn Juno opened i4o, closed iJe; July,
opened 0T$c rkisnd '4c: September, opened
tlc rlosed 4114c. Oats Jane, opened 444c
closed 45Hc: July, opened 8Hc, rinsed 3e;
September, opened 30c, closed 3l4jc Pork
June, opened closed $ ; July, opened
ISA'S closed 12.55: September, opened
$!:... closed J12.6S, Lard-July, opened
So. 78. closed $ti.67.
Produce: ltutter Fancy separator, 17
17c per lb: fancy dairy, lia.l5c; packing
stock, irvllc Egjs-WV431lcperdo. Live
poultry Chickens. 6ia ier lb; spring chick
ens, liH-SISc: dnck. talic; turkeys, ft.tsc;
aeese. fra.t4.(M per doz. Potatoes liui
bauks, 0n,j.Ujc per bu.: Hebrons. XftftSMc; mixed
stock, Siswc; new potatoes. l,oUtt.:S per bbL
fctrawberries. 10cm il.50 per lo-qt case. Honey
White clover. 1-lb sections. llt:l-'!c per
lb.: broken roiuh, luUc; dark coqib. pood
condition, luu.i'J.'-sc; strained California, &tia
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, June M.
Lire Stock Prices at the Union Stock
Yards today ranged as follows: liotrs Esti
mated receipts for the day ls.tniO: sales ranged
at Sl.lja4.T. piirs. $4.o.).ri.uu light, J4 k-4 i
routrii iiackiug. f4.;.i(t510 mixed, and 14.633
5.15 heavy inking and shipping lots.
Cattle H.-eelpts for the day quota
tions ranged at 4.3Vji.t.75 choice to extra
shipping steers. 1.0Jt4 4J good to choice do
$:i.fiiwa.tl.i f;ur tr. good, A&KVl.ffi common to
medium do. Jj.S fi:i.fi;i butchers' steers, t-9A
3.10 stockers, S:i.9"Wt fneders, JlVa
cows. JC.tVJ(a3.4n heifern, $1.5ia3.i0 bulla,
il63.00 Texas steers, and $2.ai2,4.73 Teal
Shocp and Lambs Rccelnts for the dav.
8.011); prices ranged at $2.0033.50 western,
$1.5uitJl. Texaus, $1.5043.85 natives, and $150
The Local Markets.
liny Ttrnhy. U TiTiTfl, $;o; wild, fS;
slou.h Jtitljr; balta. $7.MXas.
Butter Fair to choice, 133.Hi; creamery, ISc
Poultry Snrinir chtrkrna. l.m. S3 lfl vw.
dm a 1 - -
rauir asq vcgbtables.
fetoT. $1 per bn
Kaspberries-Black, JJ.W; red, $1 a case
t'herrlee $2.5-1 per bushel.
( rranti f i . 5 s case .
;nneierrie. J Ml a case.
Strawberries $i SO a care.
CrT" H pr, ft- m.m. . .
34Sc; cows and hcitets, iV4?35c caives
Sheep 4ct?. 5c
Spring lamb. S0Q$S a head.
Coal -Soft, ldc.
tVant to Lynch a Policeman.
CUNTOS, la.. June i 7. William Ryner,
1 the man shot by OiBcer John Cole, is dead.
snort!- after the announcement of his
death an ifm-tated mob of the deceased a
friend gathered with the avowed inten
tion of lj aching Cole, They were prevent
ed ft-om doing violence by special deputies
sworn in for the occasion. Thirteen spe
cial police are now guarding the officer's
lticb Strike of a Policeruun.
New York, Juna 27. Policeman Neu
schailcr bought forty clains for 25 cents of
a street vender and took them home.
Opening oue of the bivalves be found a
pearl welshing Co grains, perfect in form.
It Is about the size of a thumbnail, and is
pronounced one of the largest clam pearls
ever found. A jeweler in Maiden Lane
estimates its value at fi.OOu.
KndV0 Tile Suppository is pnaraa
teed to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Rudy, Lancas
ter, Ta. For sale by T. II. Thomas
and Ilartz & Bahnsen, druggists,
Kock Island. 111.
NO FEAR OF PIMPLES
If yon use Woodbury's Facial
Soap. It is a pure antiseptic,
medicinal toilet soap for daily use,
prepared by a specialist w ho has
rut Lr- ff
gists sell it.
tinware of tmita-
ttous. A book on Ucraatolocry with every oaks
Washes Zvorything From a Tina
Silk SandkarcMef to a Oircus Test
Law Certain-a Specialty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
V. M. & L. J. PaBKER,
Telephone No. 1214.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & AOLER
No man can afford to have a fckkAVife or
Daugliter, nor, in such tuae3 a3 tliee,
A big Doctor bill. Zoa Phora curea
the Bicknees, Baves the bills.
"DIRT DEFIES THE
IS GREATER THAN
U LATIN ti AK1I VLSTILATIKU .NviIKtKl;a
A complete line of Pipe, Brass
Packing Hose, Fire Iirick, etc.
west of Chica
DAVIS BLOCK, Mollne, 111.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinding done
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTOX MILLING CO.'S
WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and I
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand.
SMALL POX PREVENTIVE
A PREVENTATIVE FOB
Small Pox, Cholera, Typhoid and
Scarlet Fevers. Diphtheria, Etc.
The Best Disinfectant Ready for Use.
Trade supplied by IIOP.ST VON KOECKRITZ. corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Pharmacy. Sole Aent.
Kock Island. Manufactured by the Pastaur Chemical Co., Xew York.
T. F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Keating
and Plnmiiiiig Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, 111. Tel. No. 1288
Sole Agent for the Foraian.
IKLt 0 S IS US
AE Uada of Cat riowen constarjtly oa band.
One block from Central Park, larjert In Iowa.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SEKT1I AVENUE,
Shop ob Vine 8treet ROCK ISLlND.
City "Bus and Express Line.
For Bna or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will receive
TIITTIgT.AgB ft 8PBSCKB. Frc?
SEIYER3 h Ain)ES0N,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
AU Kinds ol Carpenter Work Don.
Beats! aMf Aa oa snan notice ana aanamrrtoa laaraaieaJ,
4 Can VSt T alflk mttmmk. MOCK UIAkS
Gas and Steam Fitting
best equipped establishment
312, 114 WVst Seventeenth s-trert.
Telephone 1H3. Kock lsl:.nd.
1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave.
the Brady street
Flo or to
SOI Braly street. Dawt.uo it. U
Sec and Tress