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THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 18114.
TATt OF ILLINOIS, I
Rorm kutt C'ocjrTY. I
In ike eirrtiiieotirtof aal.l Rock Inland eonnty.
To the September tcr A. 1. isvi.-lo chan-
Mwy Flt?'Mn. Mrrhael n'poonell. Wil
liam O'Dnoarll. JraO'tfiapll. ataxia irixm
all. Alc roj,nl. Mitt Ififr-BneP. Klin
O'lkmnell, Mrre vrnnrll, Andrew U'Don
waii. Mary iMartell. F.iiin trmtnnell, Maria
O Oonnell. iirtre A. O lot.e!l. Nora Vlon
nail. John T. WDnnnell, ainrvaret o'Dnnnelt,
klianie it'pnnnell. Mary Acne O'Dinn.11,
M' lirrgory.r. tutor & Mh pard and J. R JoSnati-.n.
Afh-lavtt rf arm ceri-tence of Mtrtr O'lHtnoe '1,
Maurice A. o'ltMiiiell. Nora ii'Injiniw'tl, John F.
IvlMnnrill, fintn-i IioiiikII. Minnie o'lon
nail, Mary An-nee il'IM.anell, K!ta ODotincll.
Matirarrt O'lmanell. Andrew 0'lmnri, Mary
Is.nacM. Kl-aa i..onrll.ml that tbe rrn-tp nrr
of J.ioe u lii.iin-ll la aaktrrao. impleaded witk
the I'MTP defradalita. atictiarl tt'lajoael!, Wn-
Ham O'iWaell. a Pre TimM-ll. Mary
O'Doaneii, Mot rfory, turvne M.
Sari)'-' J"o-i.n. hav
ing kea B el In the l-t'r otDr i. lU cir
eait rnrt of ai. rom,i y, not ice I- tbrrrftir here
hT given lo Hie na.d nail lrrl.lrnt del'-loUott tbnt
lav r aaplaidant Bird her hill of meip'Sint in a'd
en-in. t.n le rri.cery mile mires.'. n the t.'.ib
7 of fluty. lvl. and il.u toerrn..n a nv.nt)n
l--iied ott nf emd roart, akrmnaii.l eint in low
pradtii'T. return!.! a in first M.,n.t-iy in the
inon'it f !f Hiiw-r nX'.an in by la r. iinred.
Now ititiii yue, the anil mm rmrm drfend
f alinre tan-il Mart ll,lnnnri. Nanrim A
-IMiatrll. No-a I'laianrll. Juha . O'lkmnell,
Mar.arel n'itonnell. Minnie o-Innell. Mar
Airnee Olmtineli, alia tnoanrll, Matrarrt
inniM U A n1 ft- l-ih'nrpll. Mrr (,'ttonM,
ltla li'" I ami Jirr.r i ltnnnrll. at.aU r
pntia'i y ha ai'f ni;ry hrforr ii nrruli c'iri on
lit Hrt Harif Iih fei tfrm Ihrrrnf, lob ho'Uru
rl Kt l-lind In and hr Hi aaul rxtiniT. n tnc
C r- Munaia in Krll aitnafli.anl vlrift an
rr r tkmnr t. lha a.tll rtinil.iMaitt hill 1
romti'itlM. liv oartM' nn4 th mttu r anil thin
Ihvrr-i! ftiar.-a! 4 a alrl w.ll n lkn r.m
f -il. aiHl . tlrrrra mi 4 aram! jituani (i
lltffloltia IfriiTt-r'! fift'il ' iU.
mini at lt a I'lai'it. I!Iuh.I. tliUV.lh rlayvf
rial?, A. ii. 1S1I. tt Uit-a; . ni;i.r.,
W-r r i.l 11 n. t.
(aaiti.(a WakB. CoBpiaiiiant'i !Hiiciiora,
rT;rtnao?aiwlil tiwuttnti and f bill "o.
a.vi iMtfil out of lha cirko9 r of tbi t irctilt
rni of Kaa UUnU ronnty. anU ata'a of linnoia,
anil t4i ai ilirrrtt-tl. mhrtrhy 1 aai rommanilrti to
aak Im amount rrrta.n ltulamau t rrr.otly
aiutini nrn!til Jnhatina lirrtr) aril I'tara
tn ni, par nr. rintrr hnm'w ntHlrr ilia tiatnr
aittl y r f lrclfl t Wrrnlt. in f.r of A'licrt
lt'if-, ttoifiir mii'm a iiiHHT tsa nana anil aty t
r A trt lla'ifa A l'o.a m.t n thf l irtt-. l-nr
mhi, irtNNt and rhatlt-ltiof thr puid li fi-tidana,
lrBo t VDrl'ili. I haf l T'ti njMin I if 'ilw
ma i'r'iy. ': l ronr ii. nvr im
tit ii atl.-n it, hliirk No. tao itt in iis
tm it of I 'trthiO't. in t . rouii'f of KnU l!an1
aritl ntaia it! lliitioi.
rin-ivfora.arrnnllnc tnij command I h!lrx
now firara nllir auction ail Ike r..'ht. title
abd intwat of t a?oe namrd. Iirtxrl A Wndt,
in antt ntn auore rtarrilrd nnbvrty. on Tura-
day. Ili 14th day nf AugiMW l-'4. at $orln k p.
fa . at thr north dmr of ;h C wort Ilonaa. in the
' nt i.f Hirk Imnn". in lha connty of Kock If'and
and tata ef llliioia, for rik ia band, to tatia.'y
a. a axrriiiog ana Ira niti.
r.rs D. GORTVIN,
fhtt'Vnt Rnrk W.and 'onntr. l.'linoa-
ltad at itock lltol tiiii 'Jl-t day ef July.
t yirtge of an urcnnon and fee Mil No.
Nil 'raurd out of the r rik'a t.fHm nf the circuit
ronri of Nora I'laud munty. and M t nf llii
noi. aid to mo rlrrrtrd. wtH-r.-hy I immn
ai'indt'd to anh ftia ataouct of a certain iiitff.
mcnt rccmrly od'alncd i:aint Adtro A iUy in
far i f M. A. u 1 out oi the lamia, ti'ticirei.ts
Iiiod-aiil chit'lcln of thr said itcfcndaat. Adam
Alday. I ha 1cti H ujon toe f ! n inir t Pucrty,
to-wit: i ni Sva lit Mock fira i;M in cant
K"rk llan). In th at'y nf hook It and. coutty
of h k liland ami Mat of lilino:.
Tharrfiire. x ctirdint te raid command. I rba'.l
np.it tol iii it fnblic k'K'tlnn a.l .he mht,
titu- r,d ;ii,tcrat of lha abova named Adam
Aiitny Inardtotha atioya drrrnhrd procwrty. oo
atlr.lay, the lMh day. of Ancart. at 3
o'i'krkti. in., at thr north d or of the conn
how in the city of Kock Inland, la th county
nf Hi k Inland and atats of lliinol. for rarh li
liaad. to 9mU9'y ra. t i ic-mii'ii a d fee IjIIL '
r. U. liuMnlN.
ahriff nf flock Inland nnnty, lltmnin.
Pntni at kia k Island ttiii i'3l day of Jo J, A.
aTATR Of ILLIMH".
kia-a laLaao CoraTT, (
To tha rVptrmbar term. A. D., 18BI, i lrct.it
fourt in chain vry.
Anna Catt, coaiplalnaiit, vs. Willik.-a Caatt,
To I h aborr ninicd defmdint. Will'.am rratt :
Not.re in b?rcby siren to the raid William Ca
aatt. that the at-orr-namid romila'nat.t han tliia
day filed r.er hill of r.miplanl in raid rwrt on
tha cnanory aire thrrot acalnnt y. a for divorce,
and that a r umronnn tn cranoery thcrrnvoo itnned
out nf aaid (f lirt auaint foil, the aave named
defendant, retiimatiia on the flrt dy of th- next
tarra nf the circuit court of aaid ronbty lo he ba
fiin and boMen at the rortrt hotir. In the city
f Kn a Inland. In nud Kiak N.atid rounry, on
llm rt Monday in x-rrcmher.A. I). l-'.l. a
In by lia rrqa.r. .1. and aliicb aint i (till pending
In nnitl rtrirt. at wbirb time and place you will
aapvar and p.oad, an-i-r or drmur to naid biiU
t.tOlti.K W. l.AMHI.E.
Clerk of aaid foart.
J rwin A llrttr. t'omplnant'n soiiedora.
ltuik Iniaud. Illinui'. -Ju.J 1, A. 0. lbtl
AflBilatatratwr'a 'lee :
Kntat nf tn.niel F.iwler. drccaaei.
The tinderniirucd harinr ooen at tmirti-d arimio
launhf of the entaln of ll.nl.-l r.oli r. lata of
lha osnty of Kock Inland, ntaia of Illlnote, dtv
ceaaet, hereby rtvea aoticetriat he will appear
betoce tha crmuty court of Kork Inland coun
ty, at tae nrrra or in cirra or mi court, tn
tli cdy of Kiwa Inland, at tha October u-rm, on
the brat Monday Id ix-tolier xt. at which
lima ail pemnne hayina; claim a4.-a.bnt naid ea
laie are aotiard and rrnnenled to atrrud for the
pnnaoe o haelr.a; the name aljau-d. All per
vitin Ind htrd to aaid relate are reqnrnted to
make iBueataie payrnent 'n ma anoern.ktuxi
HVIiON IM RV. Admlrneirator.
Dated thie Slnt day of Ju'y, A. 1.
V-.lf.'' .'I 1 aMrsaa
WVilaaala Deaiat and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
1111 and 1(18 Third At
John Volk 5c Co,
SiihIi, Doors and ISlindi,
And all kind of
Woodwork for Builders
kldli iu Pkwrinx, WalBtcottlnf
UUt (Uett, bat tk aad Kk ya
A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN.
A Page From Her History.
The 1-npnrtiint exraTlf rsceH of others are
Inti-rotuiK. 'I'no follow imt i-t no vNrt plioti:
I littti bei n IriiuUlvU aith licart OL-'U-vo u.",
yeur.H. iuh if Ihut I lmi vory triu.Iy. Iir
lia ':irs 1 :tsln-atisl ly otie hlih-.ui-im-tlnn.Ki-.ly.
I tv:is ia l'U--iiics.-s out obliged to
ri'tiro on kevount of my lioaitli. A pliv
alrian lo!(l nir frii n'ls t!i:it 1 could no: liiv'a
montli. My fH-t and litnbs arro badly strol
kn, nrni 1 wiia IndiT! Iti n mt'ooh tiinditinn
when a ponilcinn dirr ted rr.y atiomiun to
lr. MileV New llrari 'iit, anil said that Ms
aKtrr. rw hnil l-n nfl!i-;Hl rvitti hi-nrt 'lr
an". had Ixvn riinvl l ythc prn;c-!v. nnl nn
ajrain a 'tmnt. hraltl.v roman. I n:r -l.-i-d
a hotiloof ilie lli-nrl l iirp, tin. I In It-, htmi
an hour after tul.inc Dm tt tJ-i-o I rn-ii.1
foe-l a fior-Mcu Imori't rn.f-nl in t ln'.-!rri:!::iiin
of my h!i-xi. Wlo-n 1 l:;il t;il.i-ii t l.rr "r. rs I
onnlii more my ankhx i-m'-thinr I 1i.k t:t
dooa for muniiia.:iiid my limt tiuil locn s1
jin ani.iic tlutt llicy .v-f m. il nlniost pntntiod.
Befou I bad tal.in ouo Imttln the Jicty
lio.-rt Cure the strellitu; had till pone dotrit,
knJ I tra-.a'i toui-li ootu-r llttit I did rnT oan
orc itn my rcvmmcudnt!on six others are
tukln j ihi valunu rvnoooy." Mr, lurcua.
KV . , liarr.Koa m.. I hi.-mrii. III.
Ir. allitw' Now Uiart Cure, n dlsoorcry of nn
eoii Hi-tit 8fci.'ii-l, In Ill-art f:isa-4-. h-sld K
ill irup;it. on a p isilive ciriruniee.o.- scn"l
by IImi Ur. M:U Medii'al V.Klkl.urt in.l . ...
rucviol ufpri.r. 1 n-r Imtiir. m lx.it le-"for
ai,eire-- prv(,:,i,l. Ii i, inr-itivuly free from
u wpia uc unbKiruu.s urui;s.
STATE SAVINGS BANE.
uOICk Co.-Dcl nfuxih aireat and Third at
CAPITAL. SI 00.OOO.CO.
Saceeed the KoUte Si-.tn Bank. Orearlaoi H
5 PtrCSST mm .ili) CJi SEFSSili
OT-taiid neder i-tate Lfc e
Ooca from I a ta to 1 o o and Wcdncnday arc
baluri'.ay i:Khu ft on. 7 to ttum
foaraa Junn, Preatdcci
a. A. ArnwrnuTa, . - Vlce-lrn:J!iit
f. T. Qaaaa vay, ... caakiei
Porter SMtrnar, W. W. Wa'. a,
C A. K.J!, . A. Atneworin,
Q. K. .;ward, V. K. Adama,
ABdrow Kr-lmrjc. . F. Ramctiway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
ma !e for pnva'e panlra in the vatiJan
It of the weat by the
Orchard State Ban
of OHCUAKD, K3BRA3XA
a. W. Dat, Jeaidenl.
7. 8. DafcT Cwoiei
Mitchell A Lvr.de. Ranker
1. 1. Kobtcaon, CaaLier Rk Ir.nnd National
C. C. Carter, M. T.
Uunry Uail'n ao:ia. Wbotoalr 'lroera.
Corraapondet cn Milicijrl.
BATES & CLEAVZTJUra
RcvrcrCBting otw 40 Million Dollar!
of Ca-i aaeeU
yira Life. Toma-to-
BriTi'Is of Srwtysiilp
Omct BeufntoD'a Mack Kock Ulani), Ilia
care oar rate ; they will Internet yoo.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old fire and Time-tried Compact at
Losses FrcmptlT Paid.
lata a low a aay reliable eoaiiany ran aaon
Toar Pat rot mar. ia enltettad
(ficcaaeor ti U. WBWDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 EigbUtenth Str(U
tT"Fit and Workmanithlp Gaar
an teed the Best
Cleaning and Iipairing Done.
CAUCUS A FAILURE.
So Far as It Concerns the Pur
pose of Its Callers.
CAPTUKED BY THE HOUSE BELLMEN
And Adjonrnrd ITiilioat .ven Taklua;
Vote on Rynaiu'e ISeaoiutioata A Vic
tory for the Home Oonfrrrere and a
Practical lndoracment of the Policy or
StaDdlnf Firm Kemarka of Wilaon and
Criap Praigresa ia tha Conference,
Washington-, Aug. 8. Chairm.m Wil
do and his associate house tariff coo
ferrees scored a victory when the houae
Democratic caucus called with a view of
terminating the tariff strusglo by iu
tructing or advising the house con
ferrets adjourned without taking any
action. The effect of this was to leave the
house conferrees to proceed as they saw
liest. The friends of Wilson found thnt
they bad the rancus so well in hand that
thty rotiM have passed the Livingston
resolution expressing confidence, but
there was no desire on the part of the sup
porters of the conferrees to take this
course. Speaker Crisp and Chairman
Wilson expressed themselves as gratified
with this conclusion, atid among the rank
and file of the house the sentiment was
general that the caucus had strengthened
the oppositiou to the senate lil'l.
It nam OflVr l.r-tnliiti. un.
The caucus was called to or.ler by
Chairman llolmau. The roll-call dis
closed the presence of 1,MJ members.
Speaker Crisp sat anions the members on
the floor of the hous. Near him was
Chairman Wil-on. l'.ynum offered the
"Whereas, H.utse bill X. 4fi4 for the
reduction of taxation and t-i provide rev
enue for the Kovernnient ti;issed the house
on Feb. 1, and the senate July 3, and was
sent to conference on the Tth'day of July
"Whereas, The commercial interests of
the country have been held in susjiense
awaiting a final settlement of the ques
"Whereas The people of the whole
country have through the public press
and h4 petitions and memorials to both
house of conpross demanded a speedy
decision that the industries of the coun
try may as soon as possible be adjusted to
the proiosed changes: and
A Month Without Agreement.
"Whereas, The conferrees npjiointed by
me two houses to hold a full and free con
ference over the disagreeing votes of the
two houses have had the matters in dis
pute under consideration for one month
and have failed to come lo any agr jeuient
whatever; an 1
Whereas, The house of representatives
which under theconstitutaou of the United
States is clothed with tha exclusive power
to originate bills raising revenue.
therefore clothed with the right to psss
upon all amendments pniosed by the
senate iteely and without restraint: and
" hereas. The members of the house of
representatives have not availed them
selves of an opportunity to consider said
senate amendments or any of them, which
right under ptrXameutary fcrw is superior
to nil others; ana
hereas. It is currently believed that
said conferrees are unable to agree, there-
iore ue it
Spirit of l iberal jt Proponed.
'Resolved, That it is the sense of this
caucus that the Democratic conferrees of
the house aud senate should meet in a
spirit of liberality to the end that the two
bouses by mutual concessions may agree
upon a measure which will meet with the
approval of eacn.
'That this caucus stands adjourned un
til 3 o clock p. m. i ndav, the loth instant.
at which time, in case no agreement has
Ijeen reachetl, it shall reconvene to take
such further action in the premises as it
may Ueem necessary aud appropriate: and
the chairman of the house caucus is here
by authorized and directed to invite the
Democratic senators to meet with the
Democrats of the house at that time in
Any Hill Better Tlian No Kill.
In his explanatory statement, which
was a brief one, Bynuin said that al
though there had been a clamor from a
part of the press for the house bill, he
believed that the overwhelming senti
ment of the country was for the best imis
sible bill that could be agreed upon. For
himself he preferred the senate bill to no
bill, ii nd as he interpreted the wish of
the party it was for a tariff bill and
prompt action. lie had no sympathy with
the stand taken by some members that it
would be better to retain the McKiuley
bill than substituts the senate bill for it.
THE CAUCUS MOVE UNFORTUNATE.
Wilson Thinks It So Junt at the Criala of
Wilson replied. He was greeted with
enthusiastic applause when be rose, lie
said be was glad to meet with his party
colleagues, although be would not have
selected this particular time for a caucus.
He commented upon it as an unfortunate
circumstance that at a crucial point in the
negotiation of the conferrees this week,
and at the critical stage of the conference
as well, movements had been started to
hold a caucus over the heads of the con
ferrees, so to speak. The house bill had
seemed acceptable to the country, while
iue senate utn naa not. lie appreciates!
the necessity for the party in power to
pass a taritl bill. The Democracy had
been entrusted with the-admiuistrution of
the government for that purpose.
But the necessity was equally impera
tive mat me uui agreed upon should be
essentially a measuie of tariff reform, one
that would be in fulfillment of party
pledges, not oue that would put the party
on the defensive. He believed that more
than a mouth might be well spent toward
that end. He believed that if the house
conferrees did their duty and the bouse
did its duty a bill honorable for the house
nd senate and acceptable to the party
nd people would be the result, Much a
result would not be brought about by any
action that would notify the senate that if
it would hold out to a given date the
house would instruct its conferrees to re
Bland spoke tip with the suggestion
that the house should pass a bill to put
augar ou the free list and then take up
l lie income tax, but as It was offered in a
humorous veiu no notice was taken of it
nd Livingston of Georgia proposed a sub
stitute for the Bynuui resolution, express
ing the confidence of the house in ita
conferrees, and leaving the mutter entire
ly in their hands. Then followed a dis
cussion of the position held by the senate
and the prospects of agreement. Oue of
tha T ..i ; -.. - i i i -
. wnwinii. Hwuiwsin iBiwa anna
eedy action was neceaary: that it was
plain the senate would not yield, and pro
ceeded to pay a high tribute to Mills as a
pioneer in tariff reform, and said that thie
conspicuous tariff reformer had personal
ly assured mm that it was the senate bill
ar nothing, and unless the house soon
rccoguized this all tariff legislation would
Cooper of Indiana said that senators
round Mills had been trying to create
lie impression that nothing but the sen
ate bill could pass, nnd this might have
had its effect on Mills. These claims
were beiug made by the senators tinder
rover. Now that the American people had
been in formed of the attitude of these
senators, they had beeu publicly pilloried.
They would have surrendered already If
these caucus movements had not given
them hope that the house was weakeniug.
Iheu Crisp got the floor and made a
peech that had such an effect on Byuuui
hat he withdrew his resolutions.
The speaker declared that it was and
hould be the purpose of the Democrats of
ihe house, as Democrats, to redeem the
pledges they had made to the people. He
oiutcd out the workings of conferences;
long struggles which sometimes took
place over disputed points; the house re
using to yield to the demands of the sen-
ate;!the senate protesting that it never
would consent, but finally consenting.
The house should tand by its couferreis.
but no vote of confidence was needed.
The proposition for a joint caucus of the
Democrats of the house aud senate in case
no agreement was reached, made by
llyuuui, the speaker characterized asau
abandonment ot the house conferrees.
'i'ass a resolution to that effect," he said.
aud serve a notice on the st-uale that you
want to meet with them. If you do that
you might as well bold' the joint caucus
tomorrow." la couciuston he suggested
that the caucus should adjourn. Bynum
evidently realized that the caucus had
slipped out of his hands. He therefore
suggested that he would tie glad to with
draw his resolution if Wilson would rise
and say that an agreement was in sight.
He paused for a retily. Wilson made no
ADJOURNS WITHOUT ACTION.
Requests for Information Otitatn Very
Little The Tan ft t oiiferrnrr.
Inquiries were made regarding the status
of negotiations upon sugar, coal, aud iron.
but no definite information was forth
coming. Crisp said that the senate bill
was more highly protective in must of its
schedules than the house bill, and that
there were many poiuts of difference to be
settled, and intimated that they were be
ing settled. Finally Uvuum withdrew Lis
resolution, explaining that he was satis
fied with the representations, aud on mo
tion of Crisp the caucus adjourned.
The tariff conference was entirely sub
ordinated to the caucus and was devoid
of interesting features. The conferrees
held two brief sessions during the day
and discussed the coal aud iron ore ques
tions, besides reveriiug to the sugar
schedule. The talk, however, served no
purpose except to emphasize the f.ict thut
the disagreement is still unbroken, and
that very little if any progress is beiug
It is impossible to ascertain what reason
the house conferrees assigned for declin
ing to accept the sliding scale on coal and
irou ora proposrd by the .senate conference.
It would appear from n information that
ct:n lie secured, that without giving any
rpecial reason, they resumed argument. U r
free raw material. It Las come to be un
derstood that in these meetings the house
members are doing the greater part of the
talking and that the senators have come
to be tery impatient listeners.
The yielding of Voorhees has led the
house couferrees to the conclusion that
ot her conquests are possible, (la the other
hand, the senators have not concealed
their impatience at the delay, and the
senate conferrees have expressed their
conviction many times during .the past
week that it an agreement is not soon
reached the situation demands the re
porting of another disagreement.
What Comuionwealrra Want.
Washington, Aug. S. Jeffries, the Lead
of the coutingeut of the "industrial
army" from the state of Washington, aud
several other commonweal leaders now
stationed in the outskirts of Washington,
were given a bearing by :the senate com
mittee ou education and labor. They ad
vocated the l'effer bill, which provides
for an issue ot t'Jo'J.OCO.Ono for the con
struction of irrigation works in the arid
regions; for river and harbor improve
ments, and for the erect iou of public
buildings, and the issuance of treasury
notes to pay for the same.
Citizenship Sufficiently Varied.
Washington, Aug. 8. The house com
mittee on judicmry has voted to report
against the admission of Japanese to citi
zenship, on a bill introduced by Everett of
Massachusetts. The sentiment of the
committee seemed to lie agaiust any en
largement of naturalization privileges
and the bill failed.
More Miners Oo to Work.
SrniXGFlELl, Ills., Aug. t. Secretary
Guymau, of the state miners' uuion, has
received news that the miuets at tho
Pawnee Coal company shaft, 130 iu num
ber, aud at Kellyville Coal Miuing com
pany, three shafts, 400 in number, all near
Danville, have returned to work, the
operators baviug signed the Springfield
miners' convention scale.
Lily Will tea Nominate m Ticket.
Dallas, Tex., Aug. 8. The "Lily
White" Republican state convention nom
inated the following ticket: For governor,
G. D. Smith, of Denton; lieutenant gov
ernor, W. M. Mann, of Dallas; attorney
general, W. II. Atwell, of Dallas; comp
troller, Thomas P. Johnsou. of San An
tonio; treasurer, H. A. Davis, o-Harce.
In Honor of Anthony Wayne,
Defiance, O., Aug. a The great con
teuuial celebration iu honor of the victory
of Anthony Wayue is ia full blaze here.
Ten thousand strangers are present. The
town is gaily decaraled. Many prominent
men are here. One feature is the great
industrial parade three miles long, includ
ing all factories and business houses.
Boy and Girl Elope aud Marry. at
lll bllVILLE, Ills., Aug. 8. Cuarles Tol
lard and Mias Alta Clark, both of Bethel
township, McDonough county, eloped and
were married here. The bride's father
came to this city to prevent the marriage
but he was too late. The groom is 18
aud the bride is 15.
Planing Mill Hunted.
PlTTbBCKO, Aug. The Schenley Park
planing mill was destroyed by fire. Loss,
118,000. The plant was in the hands of an
assignee and had not been ia operation fur
MARKETS BV TELEGRAPH.
a New Vurk I Innnrlal,
New Yokb. Aug. 7.
Money on call easy, utferoi at 1 i-er wilt.
rrune iucr-iut:ie TMiier M-' per cent.;
aterliiiK e v Ii n;re dull wtt'.i at-tual tu:u a
in hanker, lull, I- it ,.r M.-uian.l aud -.T
: s:h for sixty l.y: stsl rnlra sri4 jM!.
I'omuirri-iu! Pills 4 i4-mi.
Mlver i-erii:ie.iinv ii (ii. m aalai, bar sil
ver. - Ji -ij.au i .!Ur, "v
I'nited St.it-s lr.iid.-, -Va ronlir. H7le: do
oa cottons, ll,is. o 4a r;ulsr.
V -oumW. Iii. UJ .a, M lai; I a luc
nVaot V I'll.
Chicago Grain and Produoe.
t III alii, Aug. i.
Koll.ming were tho iuotation, ou the
Board of 1 rail.- today: Wlirnt-Aiuust. ofi-.-neil
iac. closed tV.Te; r-eptviuU.r. uriMl i-'-e,
l-iiried -rilii'-'; lVt-om!r. tptiid 'dosed
ic. Coi u- UKU-t. opened .'H'ae. cmbssJ ii-cc;
epteuiber. i, in-d 5ifta cloard T-'J-ay: Jlav,
opened niltf -. t knrj5.?B' Oata Autfast.
ufieued yte, i l.m-d .?; Ss-ptembei, opened
3J cloned Sm-: .May, -ue.l 31c, cloned
.isc. Polk August, i.peiied t : i-haa-d
: ifepteails-r, oi.H.ed sl-iJ-V ciosed fri::-i.
Laid Svptruits-r, opt-uisl 7 closed ST.. 0.
Pn.lu.x-. putter Fan.-y separator, t
per lb; laucy dairy, in : :u km rt-s-k.
lijl.llo, Y.avi- ri'-th, l-"ie per dux. Live
poultiy 'lii keus. S V sr Hs apriug chick
ens. Ili-'12e; dut-ks, bi?tf,;r; turkeys. fic;
eese, 4.a f .ai p.-r ma. lotatoes New,
Kose Mi.,, . it iH-r l.l.l: Ohio, Sl.r.a 1 to.
Uerriea l:lek berries, early harvest, fl.Ot J
Iji'i per lt'rqt case. New apples ai-'iic vr
$-bu box. lioUe White clover, l ib ec
tioiis. llttil-'e 1-er ih; broken Aiub, lti$
lii : dark nm li, good cunditiou, K'ID ..c;
strained Ca.iiocuia, Vvic..
ChU-Mo Live Motk.
Clllt ACO. Aug.
Live Mo. k Trices at the L ni-m ln.k
Varus tisiay ranged as follows: iioa-r.,ti-mabsi
reeeii.ts tor th tluy l.i.'Mi; Bali's ranged
at .i-.4.0 piss. Sl.'i .-til libt. M.T.i t45
n.nuh packiuii. M.!i.',V"'i mix-d. aud filu
u.4l lu-avy paek.u aud shipping lots.
Cattle Ueeeipts for the day 'SalO; quota
tions rangtd at $4.4t4..-i choice to extra
shipping steers, .l.j n.ii ood to choice do
Vvlt .k.r5 la.,r to good. J k'.I l.'.Ltkl ctllllUloll to
tieditllll do, J-.iSlf'.'t ,nl hllti-hor' Steers, f' l
fc, tr.sil stoi kers. C-.WIl-iil feeders, jli. ml
lorn cows. -..mj,i:y heifers. SI. .(-..'! belia,
S-M'V-i-bl TiiXas steers, au 1 - "!il Veal
s-los-p and Lanil-s Ibsseii ts for the day,
Vi':i pras-s raucrd at Si o- arateru.
i;l..'Al-.l.i TrXalis. Sii4.i.SU ua.ll in, and ol.Al
The laical Maiheta.
V rn- r, m.
Hate- :ritt:?Jr: nw. 9sc
I:ve Titnoih,. f: - i.anlst d .llik. f'.:lld.
J i.l":!iUKh trij;; bc4, fj.
F itter ?air to choice, 17c: creamarj. ilc
Poultry sprink clickcca, larcc, ft W per
rcrir axD vserraBLCs.
micny -T5c ier Ho
Ol-ieb-Tricn, t-'.M a case.
fat'e Bitrhcra p-y for em a'tcra
424-4-.; ftt aai teltt.s, kiiS-, ; .ce
Pprmj lamb 81 a bead.
A Itroker'a tsrf et.
"W ait, r. dd you hrar what Mr.
ierrd to h br.i'.er j it noar, whi n y
their a' leT"
. -Ye t id."
If i itAe y. u 3, aiii jou tel! racabat it w.'
Here y.a are theTl.,
"lie as na) in ; nab. aa how Pr. Pierre I' l. ls
act PeCeU aas tiieiii.ly t'.tig ti.a: piop r! rea-nlate-l
bin U-ueln nnh."
TVTim Baby as dck, we pave br Cassnrfs,
tVhm she was a Child, aba cried for Casturia.
Whrn she liecariM Xiss, be duns to Ca-storta.
V hen the. Lad Children, she gave them Caaturia.
NO FEAR OF PIMPLES
If j-ou use Woodbury's Facial
Soap. It is a pure antistptic,
medicinal toilet soap for daily use,
prepared by a specialist w ho has
z o years
t reati ng the
llaWWrkrwk a-ydf If- fe
tkafsift. A book m aXriOaatology vim rj ctL
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
JAe a Well
t mm nrs.
YITALIS 10th Bay.
wwn .maiar a SOcaTKa.
rraiarea tha ISare Ueaalts la SS Daja. It acts
powerfully and quickly. Cures whea all other
laiL l Hinz men will refrain thrir lout manhood,
and old men will recover their youthful t irot
by usinjt VITALIS. It qtiickly and surely re-
eivrea iservousiieso, loat itailiy, jmnotency,
Nirbtly Fmissiotis. Lost Power. Kalllna Mem-
ory, waMinit Piscanen. and all ellects of self
aDuse or excess and Indiscretion. Wards car
insanity aud consumption. Insist cm having
VITALIS, no other. Can be carried In veat
pocket. Iiy Ball. 1.00 fwr puckaire. or six for
(.an, with a po.it ii a errtttra raaraatra to ran
ar re I naa vie ameer. t;rciimr free. Add
aCoTaale at Rock Island by rjarper Boaaa Fkar
xacy sad Wuliaa Claadnla, Drs agist, Hsllas.
wLafT m sS tl ft.
k. aLaWaWaW m A W " wak a
annat X 1 i it
"DtstAStS cr woirtii tna cniri."
too m tolivu aa( tnj4 far lac
&ia4rf nlTrrinf; f?om my r w. Lln j r-al:.r tn il-e rrtil-f c. 7A- i
worth everything t-i yon. Lrtters f.rr adiirr, tru-rLrd CiatiJlins li-t i
een by car pliynirtaus unly. ZOA-I HOi: tX, ft.G.t 0I..iV,f , Iwlan.
'vyiiniLiDitnrGAViiLii.G. w.:;. r. r. ..
CKCAT CAVING Kt 'JUL.3 l Uij:.l llli L; ...
Huggics, Spring and
I'ay you to
Call and jjet our
Low prices before buying
T. F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Ilaating
and Plumbing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 K. 17th St.
Hock Islan.l, III. Tel. No. 12W
m Axentn fur Ibe Fsrmsn.
J. T. I3IXOJr
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avcni;-
jous m. r-AiunoN. iikui a. i-aiu n
PaOniDOFj & sour
Painters and Decorators
PiUE2 XXaias&S, CALSSiOUZilS. etc.
S2C?, 419 SeraiUcsth St., UZZZ IZZhi:?. ILL.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. NO: 2821 SIXTU AVENUE.
Shop on Vine Street. K JH 1 !. a I '
Opera. 10:01x00 OsxXooxs
J011X bCUif X. Proprw
151 SeeoBd Avecaa. Cornet of Buucantb Straet. Oppec:u B srprr'r Tt.ra' re.
The choicest Wine. Liquors, Beer and Cigars al ways cn H::.J
Vim btinrt Kaorr Uas
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly ZXom House.
Rfwidrrtc. 410 F.vf.nth r-trrtnt.
City 'Bus and Express Line
For Bat or Express Line telephone 1141. and yon will receive
Becar.f te C I ft I 6 a .aii 1. ... p. r; t
velo.wijl and Uai 1 1 teau I.,. Lt
Ksstainaspe (wh th-rrin,i f,,-,
aad it t'at T..l.:-tii. '
tirra t'rtti:triti-,, S' , V .
fr. H'rons r -tinf u ,,. ,
l-n tmila; ln-ai.i'. ', n i . 'u.; .
fhtltlff f l.tjc, ai.d a I: .- . :,t
I" s1ory l.4
ware I 'o. m 01.
rilts-ith etri--t I, a
F:raii.J r-efi?i j bi. : i
lielad trade eepi-c s ,y
icc. t.L 1 'i ;
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