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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23. 1894.
Tin n ni iinii
Stora Iirt-aan Cocbtv. f
la tea etrcuit coart of eeld Rock 11 tad county.
Mary Fltwr Mob vs. Michael O'Doasen,
Iim u Dnnrll, Jaes O'Doeuell. Maggie O'lxm
Alice O'DoontH. Mary (yuonnel. Bliss
O'DoeaelL Kwnrtl O'DinaelL Anrirew O-Donne
I. Mary O'DneBelL Eliia O'Donneil, Miiw
O' Denarii, ktaartre A. O Dome 11. Hon O'Dun
nail. John T. tl'DonnelL, st.rjrarr-l O'Donneil,
Mlaaie O'Dnnnrli. Mary Arnee O'Donneil,
Mrtirvfnry.EiUieM Mat-pard ami J . K JobasKm.
Affidavit of Bon-reride'nce o Marts O'Donneil,
Maurice A. O'Donneil. Sora O'Donneil, John F .
O laieaail. Vanreret ODoonell. Minnie O'Don
neil. Mary Ann O'Onanal1, Kllra O'Donneil.
Mnraret A'lmanell. Andrew O'Dnnneil. Marr
U Ismaell. Kim Dneaeli.and that the re d-nce
of J.sae O'Donneil anknown. impleaded witk
the enare drfendaaia. Micbael O'Donaell, Wi'
Dan trPtMMli, Alice oTontx-ll. Mary
rvOneaeH, McO.ee-ory, Bneene M.
Swapanl and J. H. Jrminn. bar
lac B-ea U ral in tna clerk' office of the eir
calteowrt of aid roni.ty,nctlce I therefore here
br rn tn the td nan resident dolotxlant that
the eneapjalaant lied ker hill of complaint In a d
' enan. on lae chancery aide thereof, on the B"tk
da of July. 1"!. and that therenpon a snmmon.
Hatf aat of Mid coart, wbrraia mid anil la bow
Beading, returnable on tha Brat Monday In th
tsontb of September nex. aa ta ha lew required.
iow aales yoe. tha said noa resident defend
aet. above named Mane O'Donneil. Manrtre A
ii'ttonaall, Non O'Donneil. John F. O Doooell,
Msuaret O'Donntll. M'tinte O'Donneii. Bar
Arose O IMmnail, Bit a lDcmnell, Margaret
o Dnnn X. Amir a O'lrnneell. Mary O'Donneil.
CI. Fa ii'lMae I and Jamee O'Donneil. shall par
onaUy a and appear hrfnra aaid rirr all mart on
tha rwt day of tha arm tarm thereof, to be nnidea
at axra l-land la and fr tha aid county, on Ua
sr Monday In Mrt t mra Drxt. and plead, an
ar or at mar. to the aatd complaisant' hill of
encnp'alr C lha mma ana lha tnallarr and thin ft
tharoln charrad and atrd will ba takaa a eon
ftHMMd. and adrcrra rnicrrd ajaintl )oo aocoid
Itif to tha prayarof aairt till.
thuad at hVrk laiand. I)laol. thi1T.:h ayof
Jaly, A. D. lrM. UgOKUBW.tiAMBl.li,
Clerk of wid tvi n.
aaBtt A Vila. CV-aplatnaot'a olicitora.
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STAT I or 1UIMI1S.I
fcora labaan foriTT. I
To tha rviwrnbar Urm. A. 191, tircnit
mart in raancrry.
Anna ('a tit. coanlalnant, in. William Cazatt.
T th-ahxaaifil drfrndanU William niratt:
Noira ! rM-rrby rtn to tha raid U liilara Ca-
att, that tha atmTa-namad eoaipiainaat haa tiua
naTf'rd har Mil of rum plant In raid cnnrt on
tha rhanory (Ida tnrraor aralnM jt a for dirorre,
and that a rummona in ctancary thtrrnpoa laFd
nnt of am 4 rart awainat mu. tha atmva named
rtafrnitant, rato'nabia on tbr llrt day of tbe next
tarm of fha rirca.t court of aaifl noab'y to ha ta
rin and holdan at the court hnure. In the city
of kvk Ii and. In raid Rork NUcd coonry, on
tha tr-t Monday la Srpremlwr.A. D. 14. aa
la by law raqa'.red. and which en it tr at. 11 pending
a raid coart. at which time and place you wl.i
appaaf asd pittad, ar w.r or demor to raid bill.
UtUKbFi K. IAWM1.1V.
t'lerk of and Court.
JABne. HraT. Comriainani S.iliciiora.
MaJk lrlaod. lUmoKaa.y U.A.D. UtA
one m.i5-s J
crti A ions.
coTxIition of Mrs. A. Tsaacsox, resi.linp ai
No. 009 27th St., Rock IhI:u..1, 111 whf
repcrtp that she urns immevliately rel.evc
and pcrmaaetitly cured by
Empress Jasephlne Face Bleach.
a-n i!l r'r-nsaH." aba writw, "with yoni
Face HI -li. My fara via roTOifd with pimo
lra: niT ftk 11. h ut a daon hmwn vt r.n r.rl k.
the ox of .e bottia it boenmr clear, so that tb
p-TTpirnxHo rtnitn inronsn tne poroa, wbich
w-tt all ttifi(iad up. I am now using the MMod
hottlo. and tlie nimrila. wlnrh wnnl.l r&iaa n
in lumpa oer my antlrc face, hays tlua;pea7ei
aji4 tuj hu u Mil, ana idir.
What 'Emppess JostpniNE" baa done
for otJicrs, it can on J will do for you. An
invpftmpnt of T"c uill convince voa ol
ltd wonderful curative rropertiee. . : -
For sale )j T. II. Thomas, Druir-
pst.cor. 17th and 2d ar Rock Island
Adtalle.laratr'n tatlrr :
ltate of naaia'i Fowler, decaaaed .
Tha atwleramrd baytnr heea apnotntrd adtnln
latratnr of the aatata of Dault-l rwier. lata of
tha oanty of Knrk I aland, ataie of nitnoia, ca
eaaaad. hereby aivea notice tnat be anil apt-aar
awiora roe rnnniy conn or kotk iriana conn-
ty. at the efflea of the clerk of aaid conn, la
tha city of ltck leland. at the Octnher term, on
the Brat Motssay la Mrtnber m t. at wnca
time ail per-ano harint! claim ara.net aaid aa
tata are notified and renneatcd to attrud for the
parpnae of UaTtn-f tha ame adjntted. AH pee.
on Indebted to aaid eatate are rrq tier lea to
mate imtnadiata narmatit n tna anneraicnaa.
DVUoS DHl HY. Administrator.
Datid UK tin day o: July. A. D. 1-SH.
STATS SAVIUG3 BAITS.
oaaaCorcar ftftaeaa (treat and Thin! A
CAFXTAIa SI 00.000.00.
Mccawde the alollBe Baetkn aaas. OrcatOaad lata
i fercsn mm m n diposrs.
Ori-aaltwd tuder State Law.
Oyaa from t a s. tn t an., and Wadneaday asd
anroay aoi.ta tromT w spat
U. A. AtBIWQBTB,
J. F. BBBBtrwat.
Porta Kiianar w W Wa!
C A. Roaa, H. A. Alnaw ufth,
. B. BdwaroH. Mf. U. AUaau.
Aadraw Fnbertf . C. P. Bacaesway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
nulla for ornate partiee tn the rardaa
spiit of lha wast by the
Orchard State Bank
t UMCILAJL9, MKBKA8ZA.
B. W. baa. Fraaldaat,
t. B. DajrT Caahker.
urban m Lra.la. Bankers.
J. F. kuouarua, Caahiet KocK la land MaUonal
,C.Carur. aj. tj.
deary ahart'a Bout, Wnoleeale Omars.
HATES it CLBAVKLAEV
Ung tmr 40 Million Dollan
of 0aa tdawu
yirw Ufa, TornBdo.
BnnrlB of BnrrcTBhli).
OFKIOB Beiieatoa'a black Back Island, Ula
I oar rates : they will Intraraat you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General , .
CLEVELAND IS BACK
The Executive Returns to Hit
(Post at the Capital.
HAS HE A MESSAGE FOB COKQEESS?
Painlessly, Positively, Perfectly. Per
Without Surgical Operation ordeten
tion from Business.
No nay for treatment cntil enred Ttiaeaaae of
Ractam:C'broi.ct.'onM:pation, Stricture, Piaurcs
Prantls or Itching piies permanently cured.
Firtala cured wlthont the use of kilfe.
PUee rvmoTed wlUoat paji at the
Medical and Surgical Institute
ASDEBSON Sc ROS.
WH E RE
CONSULTATION IS FREE
Permanently Located tn the Ryan Block,
Decosa ana wuf Btrecie, ueyesimn, lews.
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
Dm. Anderron and Tloee are p-raitnataa nf tha
leading medical colleges of thl Co on try, and
with to yean' experience in tna treatment of
CATABKH. THROAT AND Lt'KOS.
They snecafui!y treat Catarrh, Throat and
Lantn, diaeaaa of the directive ortrnna, dyijiep
ia, liver trounlea, consitpation, curonic diax
KIDKET AKD CEIBABT
Trouble, speedily mmnred.
The tnoat amrarmtcd care are speedily and
permanently cured by oar new method of treat
LADIES AFFLICTED Special attention ataes
to all disea peculiar to wi.m-n. Every facility
an BKTanxace lor tne iTna'ment ana lecay
moral of this claa of diaeaaea.
Electricity Its Scientific Applica
Facial blemishes, aa mole, enprrflnous hair
wine marks, ttunora, wens, etc, removed by elec
BLOOD AKD SKIK DISEASES.
All trouble ar.sin? from impure blood, acrtif
Bhv ecaema. taUer. tamnr. nlcers. etc.
Can be oonralted couBdently by letter or other-
wive, bend 4 cents fur question black. A'ldree
UK). Avumtiaon at uoa. Kyan bluck, IMven
A Qweetioai That Now Hot h era the State
naea, Wks Are Waiting for Ulna ta Act
oat the Tart tT What Be Will Do Boaae
thlse Xo Fellow Caa Find Oaf A
Little Friction in the Senate Over the
Question of Oratory.
WAsnrstiTOX, Auij. 2a Preaidrat Cleve
land returned to Washington at half past
eight laat night from his few days' rest at
Gray Gables. He mw accompanied by
Secretary Lamont, who met him at New
York, and by Dr. O'Reilly, who went
sway from Weshington with him. The
fact that Cleveland was expected had been
generally known and a good sized crowd
was at the Pennsylvania station when the
train rolled iu. !o far aa appear.tnce can
indicate the president waa evidently prof
ited by bia short trip. And now the pres
ident is here speculation turns on what he
will do about the tariff bill. It baa been
reported that during his absence be has
written a message to cougress,but nobody
knows that this is true. Still everybody
wants to know what tha alleged message
is about, aud speculation in political cir
cles is on the tiptoe.
Something o One Can Find Oat.
An effort was made Inst nigbt to obtain
some tntormatioti ns to what course the
president is likely to pursue with refcreuoe
to the tariff bill, bnt not t he leas t intima
tion thereof could be obtained either at
the White House or from the members of
the cabinet. Private Secretary Thurber
s-iid that the president had been very
much benefited by his trip to Gray Gables.
Congreas Wants to Oo Home.
Congress wants to go home. There is
no doubt about that, and whatever action
the president may tike the two honses
will undoubtedly adjourn the moment
they decently can unless debate breaks
out la the senate, as is threatened. How
ever, Gorman and Crisp had a loug con
ference, and the matter of early adjourn
ment was discussed, li wat believe! by
the Democratic leaders that a business
quorum cannot be longer maintained in
either bouse; that It would be well to have
an early adjournment, and that it should
come as soon as tue tarm oai is nnauy
settled. The absence of a quorum in the
senate resulted in telegraphing members
to come back to the city, and the members
here are straining every nerve to keep the
Chandler 1 Now In tha Way.
Before telegraphing for absente?.. the
Deinocmtio leaders made an especial ap
peal to the Republicans to permit the bill
to correct the error with reference to alco
hol in t he arts to go through without ob
jection in the absence of a quorum. It ap
pears, however, that when Chandler went
away he left behind him a request that
the bill should not be taken np in his ab
sence and the Republican senators are
guarding this request. The IVmocratic
senators now threaten to retaliata by tak
ing np the supplemental tariff bills and
trying to pass them in case they succeed
in (retting a quorum, but tbey real.z? that
there are many dlllicnlties in the way of
pntti ng such a programme into effect, and
did no t resolve upon any definite plan be
yond exerting themselves to the utmost to
secure the attendance of a quorum.
ttaornm Freaent After All.
As a matter of fact there was a quo
rum iu reach in .the senate for there were
thirty Democrats, eight Republicans aud
two Populists answered to their names-
making a total of forty and Jones of
Nevada and Q jay were also present, but
failed to answer. Later Caffery of Lou
isiana appeared, when Jones and Quay
also asked to be recorded. A quorum was
thus obi&ined by the nddition of these
three names. This dimsovery was made as
the result of the Republicans carrying
avers that need to (rive importers or n tri
cars of the treaanry any concern. Those
are the pa mars p lis relating to free admis
sion ol alcohol in the arts; the diamond
schedule and perhaps the omission of a
period In the paragraph relating to stamp
ing foreign manufactures ami tbey say
these will cause very little trouble.
"Little Lord FauatleroyM ISetter.
Washington, Au. 23. Vivian Bur
nett, the sou of Mrs. Fr.tnces Uodgsou
Burnett, and the original of Little Lord
Fauntleroy, who has been dangerously ill
of malignant typhoid fever, is said to have
passed the crisis and to be on the way to
Knox and the other A. It. U. man
Charged at Woodland, Cal., with wreck
ing a train aud killing five men during
the strike have lieen held in lO,0iO bail
to the graud jury after a long preliminary
The king of Corea bas officially an
nounced that Jnue J he declared himself
independent of C hina, and with the as
sistance of Japan drove Ah Sin from
The Illinois state board of equalization
ti aa increased the general appraisement l
pr cent., adding about fT.UOO.OOO to the
taxable property of the state.
Obituary: At Tlano, Ills., Rev. II. S.
Fish; at Massillon, O., George L. Runeell,
Btfi-a 61; at Pittsburg, icar General
Stephen Wall, aged &5; at Yououstowu,
Iud., James Lane, aged at Lebanon,
Ind., Kiley Colcrove, a Mexican war vet
eran; at Indianapolis, Quartius C. Rust,
who shot the rebel general Zullicouer.
Congressional nominations: Tenth Mich
igku uistrict, R. O. Crump (R.-p.); Third
Nebraska, J. M. Dcvinc (I'op.); Delaware,
l.cv. Jonathan iliis (ip.); iviitb Geor
gia, Thomas E. Watson (Pop.); Thiol Cal
ifornia, Warrvn D. English (l)em.); Sixth
Tennessee, J. W. L w is (P.p.; First West
Virginia, James A. Howard (lkm.);
Twelfth Tex-is A. W. Houston (Dom.)
iourth Iowa, . 1L Holman (D-m.)
M.i j r J. K. Wasson, of Se lalia, denies
the report that the mikado has offered him
a command in the Japanese army.
The tax rate in New York citv has been
fixed at $1.70 per iluO, the lowest rate iu
The Eugli&u postmaster general b.-w just
announced that private cards with a halt-
penny M:nip otl.xed will lie accepted as
tiostal cords within the L uited Ktniom,
Iwclve children aud three men were
buried in the ruins (it a buildiug being
torn down ai Worcester, M uss. Seven of
the children were severely injured.
Iu the Marquesas group recent absolute
prohibition ot the sale of opium has in
creased at once the demand for liquor.
Laltimore aud the towns along the east
ern shore of Chesapeake bay, are being
r.fllieteu with a pest of nicsquitoes. T-e
insects come iu such clouds as lo obscure
all lights at night.
Russia proposes to connect the Iltkic
with the Black sea, according to recent
report. The rivers Dnieper and Dwiua are
to be joined by a canal.
Miss Libbie Brown, of Plymouth, O.,
committed suicide because her lover took
another girl to a picnic.
New Viikk, Aug. 2
Money on call a isy. (ifteralat 1 tier cent.
Prime menatitiie hut 3iV per ceuL;
ateriiutf ex'-han-re lirtuvr with actnal buaitxe
ra linker ImU 4 U, t4 7 demand and
tisl' '(.Jii'v fur maty iav: iut.l rale to-U f
I uUlUHTl I ll I ills ti?4 I I Vi.
Silvt-r rvrtilKates, tvit bi-t; nu aalea; bar
ail-ver . AW-Xk an !l!-it.i
I'niteJ K!iUa l- n.ls. .V renlar. llati;
do 5'a cuuiuoa, lt in 4'a reKnlar, 11-V:
do 4'a eoaiiiiis 114' j; do S"a, VU bid; I'aeuis
e'of,l"l bi t
Chlratro Uraln and Prod or.
Chicoo, Aug. Ti.
F'Iloa-ini wre the qnotationa on tlie ft-mrd
of Tridt tdav: Vh at Auut. oatied brm
rloM?.! ft-..-: rteijili-r, ;id .VV. i'ImsI
?Vl4i: lMlnlal', 0wned fSt. eUse. ftTttir.
V m Aonn-t opened c,clsad IV; rsft'lu
U r, ois-m-d rV, eleasl S4H Mny, onel
!i:IVC, rLisi-d r.V. t nts Anrfti-t.fi-re:l : r-,
cl' l XPti ; rI.:'ttiilMT. n.in : ''-, 'lvl
Wk-: Mar. p -m-l 3S--. rloed lit . Irk
Auunat. ojs'Uinl , cWwed ; Sept. mbor,
ojiemsl S1.S..V. ciwed f l'OI Ijird rWi'teta
hr. oirnel fT.fiTts, Hnw 1 iT-ISH-
I"rluce: llutt-r-Lxtra creaiD.-ry. lie pr
lh:xtra Aiiry, '-; jmi king nt.KK, 11 IJc
Eltigs Ftsh tKk. 12. 1'-'e per dux. Live
toultry t uii'kctte. tc TX-'r Hi; Si ring fhl- kfUs,
HV: ducks, Tvi--; turki-ys, peae. $4.ll
(.w) per dn. litato- ltose, tl.T.'itH.li per
hbi; eaiiy tlhu. Sl.'Loi. A il-. l.nuo-i.;.
cr blL II, rri-a-1. a.-kU?rriM, Vis.in. ki.'rl
l.T" er 10-iit iHse; Li't uorri- a, tl.-'i ,I.Tj t
ltn;t case, llouey White eli-er, l-ib MectitiaJ;
l-l-n-. troken cvuiu. Italic; dark omiU,
fruod eoudiUua, 10c; sti-aiuea Cliforuio. e
Cliiraso Live Mock.
CiilcAoo, Aug. '-"i
Live ttock Price at the Cni m Su.ck yjrd
toc.y rallied ns fallows: li -s L-:iUitsl
receipts for taj .lay Si,'iU; sali-a rnu.-idat
f:l.'i :A15 pig. SVl.'i'r 'i.ttS liiit. tl.s . 'o l'l
riiaith pat kin. a.Vl.".:.Y;o tnixei. and taifr
5.W bvavy ackini; aud shfpu:g ltita.
Cattle K.T"i:i:i fur tlie day. l.V-" qii'da
titins raitgil ut f4. Nii.T, rUice to extra
hiiini; ter, r.ij '.4.7. gmsl to choice di,
S;i.Ti. 4.3 lair to gd. Sij;j,t:i.Tii common to
nnvliumdo, ';.,-.'(J.Vi liutch'-rs' ts-r rl.TU
t-.?i at-nkcr. fU.."cV-t.J Iciilcr", l.i,'-i.ii
cows, SJjr..La.a heifera. fl.Mt,.:l.Ji halls
t- Texas steers, and Liii t.ii vsi
hep and L'.mbs l!eei:its lor thw l:y.
Hi"; prices rniil at fl.T' -XM wot-rn.
tl-Vr, S.i Tcx:uis. f-- j"J-l.i nauyJa, aud tl.iJ
Tha Local Markets.
' f?4;ii;rloui;b t
Freparlng lor Illinois Mate kair.
PTniNGFlELl, Ills., Au;;. 21 The st.ve
board of agriculture met here to complete
!V npland. lOO,MJ; wild,
if;; baled. 13.
B .tier Fsie to choice, Sc;crcaeery, He.
It c rta. h. llo.
Poultry priuic cLifkcu, large, ItSO ptr
anciT an namiui.
"hi'rs yw: ;er hn
Blucherrio- fMn a cae?.
Grares 4c per is.
Cittle Botchers psy ror ca f s'cert
4.1tic; cows aed hctldia, S3V, ; talves
f;rin ir-b It SftSSS a head.
Coal (left. lie.
A l-anyer" ft Fee.
Fee snip e. anJ the 'm;i!e fee.
And all the feytiitaii
Are no'.hrcg "acn e,,mpired ?o thee ;
Th(u he ri of Xt-e fe-maie"'
H hat -a wh:it a lawwt r wnito in Ms aire's at
arrangement for the state fair the last i bom. h,. kept her in the he of hoal;h .n l ba-
weeK in September, -tne grounds vtere . C1r bj yrovidirg hr w.'h Dr. t ierct-s Fa-orite
iaspec.1, and It was lotimt that work on 1 p.r.cr.ttion forthoat ,..,r.rf .irka ri,.n
the exiHBiticn building had so progrt-ased j ,tJ ,td b.ctaclie, atich are the j e:ulir lot of
by the middle of next month. It will not j mmlMer a: Okmslrec
oe conipieieu, out -win ne inclosed so ttiat
Wool esi 1e Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
1616 and 1618 Third Ave
out their plan of insisting on a quorum.
Want to Shut Of! $nrhes.
The Republicans made the point of no
quorum in the early stages of the session.
The consultations among the leaders indi
cated that, they were willing that the
alcohol schedule of the tariff should be
corrected, but no agreement could be
made on the Democratic side to stop any
further speechmaking. Lindsay of Ken
tucky has been prepared to make a speech
on the tariff. The Republicans do not
want it to be made. The friends of Lind
say insist that a quorum can be brought
here and that the speech must be made, if
any senator desires to make it. It is to
shut off Lindsay that the Republicans
make the no quorum point, and it is a
question whether any ceuutor will returu
to the city from his home only to help
Lindsay make a speech
CiettinB steady fur the New Law.
Washington, Aug. 23. Preparations
for the new tariff bill are going forward
at the treasury department with all pos
sible speed. Carlisle has already pre
pared the blank form of license for cus
tom house brokers provided for iu the bill,
and it is now iu the hands of the printer.
Several clerks are hard at work prepar
ing au index for the new bilk This will
occupy about twenty pa'ea in the new
tariff volume which, for the convenience
of customs officials, will contain both the
new law and the McKioley act of lbHO.
Senate Calls on the Absent.
Wasiiisotox, Aug. SJ. No business
was transacted during the short session of
the senate. Attention was called to the
absence of a quorum within five minutes
after the vice president rapped for order.
Too Democrats consulted and decided to
direct the sergeant-at-arras to telegraph
absent senators to return. The proposi
tion was agreed to without objection from
the Republicans and the seuate went into
executive session, adjourning twenty-five
XrCwZn FrcnptlT Fiii.
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods,
Ribbons, Curtains and Carpets. It bas
no equal for Cleaning House, Killing
Moths and Removing Grease Spots.
I'M Reed It. Sim Money ud Liior.
PRICE IS CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
FOR 25 CENTS.
drtrBB, Haxd B. Sbb Moines. Iowa.
Tbey Had "Leave to Print."
Washington, Aug. 23. The Congres
sional Kecord contains eighty-five pages
of Quay's speech which bas beeu inserted
under the "leave to print" privilege
granted several weeks ago. Brosius takes
advantage of the leave to print granted by
the house when the tariff bill was passed
to Insert a speech loaded with campaign
poetry. There are twenty-five selections
of various kinds, some being dialect
verses, others straight doggerel.
Making Hach of Tory Little.
Washington, Aug. 83. The legislative
and engrossing clerks of the senate have
been comparing the statement of errors in
the new tariff bill made in various papers
and sa that there an only two er three
the most valuable exhibits can be shown
with perfect safety.
The Fates Were Against If arm a a.
HVNTlSGToX, W. Va., Aug. Si Henry
Hartnnn, of Logon county, was showing
to his friends a rifle with which hepicposed
(to square things with a neighbor, who in
a quarrel recently had shot his (HarmauV)
hand off. Harman dropped the rifle and
if. went off. lodging a bullet in his brain.
illi.im Workman started through the
woods for a doctor. lie passed some men
who were felling trees and om of the
trees fell on him, crushing him to death.
Illstiileriea Suspend Operations, j
Chicago, Aug. 3. Of the forty or fifty
distilleries owned and operated bv the
whisky truBt, the Riverdale distillery of
Chicago is the only one left in operation.
"We have suspended operations." said P.
J. Ilennessy, manager of the Schufeldt
distillery, "because the whisky manufac
turers have thought it best to do so until
the immense quantity of whisky which
has been taken out of bond during the
last two weeks bas been disposed of."
The Cae of Professor Ely.
MADISON, Wis., Aug. S3. The de
fense in the Richard L Ely in
quiry bas a letter from Walking
Delegate Klank. of Knnsas City, stating
thnt Dr. Ely never entertained him while
in Madisou to adjust the printers' strike;
that be did not know Ely and had never
seen him. These are denials of some of
State Superintendent. Wells specific
charges against Dr. Ely.
The Textile Strike at Fall River.
FALL Rivlr, Aug. 33. Iu the nails here
there is an increase of 2.300 looms over
Tuesday and l,0O) over Monday. The Cor
nell mill did not open and the Tecumseh
stopped at noon, while the Osborne shut
dow n last night. The gain in looms Is in
the Merchant, Seaconnel and Pocasset
mills. The spinners in the Globe and
Sanford mills have stru-k.
Cnek Nation, I. T
frys; I am pleased t o Mind as a witmf for
yoir 'Fav iri:e Pre-cr ption." My wife wa ac :n
va'iJ foraborit eveut;ec n,ontv.s. Evry remedy
wa urel forherbeilrh. and moniy e;Lt in rsin
tv.t no r l ef could be ostitncd. Your 'Favorite
Prercriptioit w;i recommended to me ard I ob-
ta;tcd one bot;le. llir hevth roon lie?an to im
prove, and stc a sr;na".y cured by :'. 1: ie s
wonderful m.d cire. Every Invalid lady ou,ht
to oin it,
Royal Kal.y- l:ye Whisky
Is a "Kye a I a Eye," tatnrally ripened and
r'e from all foreign flavor and adulterants, guar
I ai.U-n! pare and over eleven year of ate. recora
metded to tl'c ct!nci.ttr a a meritorious art.-
cle worthy of the confidence of Invalids, cocra
leccn: and tbe aced. See tbat our came Is
bloan in bottle. fl.nOp. r q-.art bottle.
"ROYAL KLBl" POET WINK
pure, old ai.d mellow, therefore best adapted t't
invalid ct.uvasccnt acd the a?ed. It restores
Iet vital, ty, rreate strenrtb and appetite. talld
np the weak and dch'litstcd. Onarta ?1 Pints.
Oucei.ta. 1 kt np on honor and guaranteed by
KOTAL WINE, CO, Chicaao.
For ra at Harper Honte pharmacy, and by
wiuiaai i lenaemn. MOilTie.
0!SfA3'.S Of wOKEN RK9 CmUlTltl,"
teak wink atllmrt, att saawd ar Ma.
rVrtms to CIRlSi
eVvrloprmat and UiBJ prevent j.. . ,
Stn-taiB snl (t, pr:,i ,
U'otMftt. i:r!nntt,t Mj,f.,'
and prrvmu py Lii as. '
fores Valttn1i. iJ...,.
t.t, a-ytoti. it.;ii. J "
'r''tBti.a l;i-ai:,t , j.-.,. j,;.. ;
Vhnti'jr tif J.ii, , ,....
til l y uliI ajt
Header, stoTertne; fmtn any eti J l:.Iu. n'.!sr tn the firniV sv. 7-n . j
worth everyUnn; to yon. iu-r Tr cJrire. rutted "nn?tjuc j,.M...
Been by our !.r.virlan oa!y. 7xA-l H'JB Vt .1, H. 4. t1.1 A V, K-r'j . k.,i.-- ,
The Moiino Waa Co., -
S i 7 - !
iikinulactiirtrs ol FARaPPJltQ ASD FREIGHT v?AG053
k tH v3 tomnp.rt liar o4" ir-JUfcirn, . fteT Pyrvt Wtr, ttfrrirf icft;- tr .r
'Aerfaan. trtA.laAf SfaTwrfim Wfrrn'Tftlr tt.'l ate I.lat I i Itiaalr -Li . t r 'a 1-a ..
lvt M LI1-JL
a. -er -a V
I ninu Vcterrns' Cnion.
RotHEsTEK, N. Y., Aug. ISk General
George Oates, of this city, was
conimander-in-chief of tbe Union Veterans'
Union. Tbe other oilicers elected were: Dep
uty conimaiicier-in-cbief. General Wardrap,
of Massachusetts; second deputy comman
der, General Louis K. Ellis, of Ohio: sur
geon general. Dr. S. S. Bond, of Wash
ington. Freak Caaes of Cholera at Amsterdam.
AMSTtRUAM, Aug. 33. Three fresh caaes
of cholera have been reported here. At
Maest rict one new case of cholera and two
deaths from tbat disease are auuouuord.
One fresh case of cholera is reported from
Haerlaui and at Kiuderdick a death from
that disease has occurred.
in-rai m ewT ViOirS AO i
THE CHEAT ,.(JSVV
FRENCH REMEDY 'ZSfflS?
Proiacea the abate Itesalta la 34 Da) a. It act
powerfully and unit i ly. Cures w ten all otli'-r
Ian. i iwnif men will ngain tnetr lost mannood.
and olu nif-n vill reover lh ir youthtal vieot
by using VITALIS. Itquirldyand surely re
stores Ktvou.ii ss. Lost Vitality, ltnputency.
Nightly Kmissions, It Power, Failing Mem
ory, Wasting liiseascs. and nil effects of self
abuse or excess and Indiscretion. War1s oS
Insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS. no other. Can be carried In vest
pocket, H y mail. l.00 ncr narkoee. or sia for
elected ""a peitte wrtttra eaaraafee ta ear
ear , i u,. tnr , in u.ir l '"e. u : : r 1
CAUBtT AU.BLIII COBI'Akl. Ulirage, IU,
Forsala at Kork Island by Ha' tn r Horse Pnar
macy-anu n imam cienaemn, trrutueiai, Jiousie.
Populists at Itoekford, Ilia.
RoCKFOliD, Aug. 28. The.Populiata held
three conventions in this city, senatorial,
congressional aud county. Shepherd Zim
merman, cf Free port, was nominated for
congress and Wilsou Pattersou. a farmer.
for assemblyman. A full county ticket
was also nominated.
Lightning Strike Liberty.
Freehold, N. J., Aug. 23 .Lightning
struck tbe statue of Liberty surmounting
the Battle of Monmouth monument,
erected in ISM. Tbe statue Was damagvl
and is la danger ot falling.
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the) first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From t a. m. to
12 in. oo week days Jorflen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sunday tbe
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
hatha may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
J. t. mxoiN
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
17C6 Second Avenue.
JOH X. PAttlDOX.
UL;.v a. t-a -:: a
alNaMWVMJaasi OS aTW slWtV
Painters and Decorators
PAPS3 Ht:,3EZ3, ClZZUUTZZZ, etc.
aj .sat ej ,,,4 m .V. eaa ra aa
awaTs aw wBiSmvUmm a, t M.kM a. ,..i . m
IKCOBPOBATKD CKDEB TEE STATS LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Kocx Islaxd, III.
Opes dally from t a. av. to S p. aaJ Paarday erer.mrr from to t et 'res.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Mczey loaned on Ferscial cc
lateral or Real Estate security,
P. L. aUTCHKLL, Prest. P C. DBNaJfAS. Vice Prest. i Et FOB . ( ttx
P. U B'.lcbau, F. C Oerkr-.erx. Jr.tr Crana-rti. tl lli-tic?L E. T. Bi'. I er sr.
LV Iinrrt. 3. St. B:if jrd. it tn Vo k.
JarasoB a Brast. fr'.iimwr.
Cetaa btislnes J aly B, 1390, aid oecapy tha ntbeaat conrof at'.tcte!! lyt t-
aai i aaa afcu lui-
ISf (I. aLtTT I ti, WMf Wfsa txy rj-:. . ll I'T. i
rrr.Btii.'f.li if l---v it,ti.',r-t' N i t- tn .:i. . 't v
Tf-la-i ' C'', r:tta.a rVaWSat IA r Mm (af . tkk-Hl :
For Kale by T. II. Thomas, Drugt, o!c aont. Kork Ir.an-1. I!.
m: .rtt"i-4:'-ii4's v h tt,k V- i ' !.-i - ' 1
l . -aaafiasrat-. Unsi.ri.lUceS f asf .- . ...... ' ' "
t . kwrsa. II !-. MSB-av. t .-ie V . a.. i
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v ri-r.'i'ftli n. veiaiHCnl crt-M-tk. r-' 1 1
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xft tit rm m Tr-t t U t. . 4 '
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, aa JkSb, m - srvasar4.Sk r-mw- ear maa' aaa-
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JuKKOfLlv AND AITKIi tSINfi. lKk- HrTlM-l. MbmmU; 1 rtmaatr. t -4r
ror sale ia Kock Tslani br HrU 5 Llmerer druist SJ1 lirrb ri
r- ll 1' ' I aV'-S"'
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. KO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE.
8hop on Vin Btrsst. POCK !I--Ni.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS nnd HUILOKUS
All kiii.l. of rarpecU-r
Ollicc and Shop 751 Twelfth strwt
tiearral J'iit.tng dure on si.'i-- t :
atd saltlacu K -aratueo
Contractor and Builder.
Qiop, llolly TJtMa Homt.
lidsraoe. 410 PT-enthr;trt
City vBii8 and Express Lino.
For Bas or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will receive
TtBESSLLABB ft Fro