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THE ARGCO, FRIDAY, MAQCB 1, 1895.
Dress Mate and Seamstresses
Attend Madame Kellogg's school of Drers
No re-fitting. No re-basting. No paste-board
chart or model, but a
Genuine Tailor System,
Such as our Merchant Tailors use. Thorough
Instructious given in the art of
Boning, Finishing, and
Lessons not limited. School open day
Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport
To the People of
Rock Island and Vicinity
Spring has come, and with it the largest stock
of WALL PAPER has arrived at the ADAMS
WALL PAPER CO. that they have ever had.
We can safely say that never before in Rock
Island has such a variety of fine goods been
shown. These goods are now open to your in
spection, and you are invited to see them. '
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street
HucsinQ 2 Hoefl
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochester Gcrmtn In Co.
Wc.tchr.ter Fir. .
Spring Oorrton .
(term an Kins
Mew Hamp-hlra " .
Milwaukee Mechanic ' .
eecarity " .
....Rochester, T T
.......Bnflato, h Y
.. Manchester ft II
.Mew Haven. Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, sccon floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
BOCK ISLAXD. ILL.
BATES ft CLEAVELA1JB
Re; resenting over 40 Million Dollar
of Gaaa umii
nra Life. Tornado.
Accident. 11 arise.
Bonds of Surety snip.
OmoB BansMoaw htock stock Island, mr,
J. M. BUFORD.
Genera! . . .
Tm . Win mm Yimm trim 0ytti
Loses PrrapttY P&il
Tea Punas c hi salfcits4.
That Tired Feeling
wax r.:u iiszi yi::::.j.
MY. i8mMf. 7ar
It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when all
others fall. You me men rocain Jon manhood: old
utrea severe Herrsai
Iiaut, Mlwhtly gaalaaleqs, l.oot Power.
Hfces- aea. Fmlllmv Meeaorv. WmiI.. ntm.
eoaaa, imvi rwra "7 ttij emus or trentet ana
andtcrrti. Warda ow Insanity ami consumption.
Don's let droxvist Impose a wortnlcassnbstitute on
yoa terane itylnld a greater profit, insiston har
(m PEEFEst-a KEUVIUVB, or semi for It.
Cmn be carried In rest poc&et. iTppald plnln wrap,
per. s per box. or for avX. wltU A iMltl v
wriMeajBsarastwi Can or stereo Un
rsnpnict ire. Bold by nraiansta. Address
a axsitjuj juva, tin age, mil.
fold by Ilvts & t'llemsjrer ltd T. II. Thomas,
How attained bow re
stored how preferred.
Ordinary works on Phy
stoktfry will not tell you ;
the doctors cant or
wont: bat all toe same
yon wish, to know, lour
are the Key to Life and
Its renrod action. Oar
1n haea tw troth. Every man who
won M regain sexual vigor lost tnrotarn roily,
m Hmln iMwIan aios by nature or wasted
by illnaim. should write for oar sealed book,
"Perfect Manhood." Ko charge. Addresa
ERIE CEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.T.
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8 s 3 i
3 1 P i J
w a ?0 g 1
ONLY LITE CATTLE
Affected by the Embargo Der
creed by Francs.
TEXT OF THE D9CUME5T ITSELF.
Dress-d Beef and Canned Meats Still Wei-
ass la the Markets of the Earopeaa
Brpnbltc Had to Draw the Uae eel Us
Meek, Sjjs the Ferelga Minister He
ssrt at Madrid That the Cabaa Babels
Uan Had a ISjekset.
Pabis, Mar. 1. Contrary to the cabled
report received here, the United States
ambassador to France, James B. Etistis,
has not recciTad iustructions to protest
sgaiust the French exclusion of Amer
ican cattle from this country. It seems
that there is a misapprehension in the
United States in regard to the scope of
the decree, which applies only to Amer
ican live cattle, and which does not affect
tinned or dressed beef. The exact word
ing of the decree is:
Preeaatloaarjr Measaree Necessary.
'Considering that contagions diseases
which do not exist in France are prevalent
in the United States among animals of
the bovine species and that cases have
been established among animals imported
to Enroupe from that c mntry, it is neces
sary to take measures to prevent the in
troduction of these diseases into our ter
ritory. Accordingly, upon t he ailvicc of
the consulting comuiittea on epizootics
and npon thu report of the councillor of
state, the tflrcctor of agriculture decrees
that the import into or transit thrcuzh
t ranee cf all animals of the bovine species
from the United States is prohibited
both by our land frontiers or by sea until
otherwise ordered. Animals shinned
before Feb. Zt will be nl lowed entry if
Took the Step with Ilelaetanee.
It is learned that France took this stop
with the greatest reluctance. M. Hano
taux, minister of foreign affuirs, says:
I, myself, was greatly opposed to the
issue of the decree, and it was only
done after the minister of agri
culture had assured us that there
was positive evidence that dis
ease among the cattle landed existed.
I am not wiljing to agree to any step
which could lie construed as unfriendly to
the United States; but, Germany, Bel
gium and England have already taken ex
actly tho same precautions and we are
the lust uaticn to do fo.
REBELS AGAIN DEFEATED.
Cabaa lasorreetloalsts Hooted by Govern.
MADRID, Mar. 1. According to official
disp itches received hero from Havana,
Cuba, the rebels in the province of San
tiago de Cuba numbered about 133 men.
It was added that tho town of Bairo has
declared in favor of the rebels; but a later
disp:itch from official sources announced
that the insurrection at ilaire hud been
It Is also officially announced here that
the Spanish troops dcfeatc.t the band of
rebel reported to have assembled in the
province of Matnnzas, and these advices
con II r in the report that Manuel Garcia,
the notorious rebel leader, was killed dur
ing the engagement. The Spanish troops
are actively pursuing the rebels.
Death of the Karl of Cowley.
London, Mar. 1. The F.irl of Cowley
is dead, lie was b irn in 1S4 and suc
ceeded to the title in 1H54. His son, Henry
Arthur Mornington Wellesley, Viscount
Uanzan, who succeeds to the title, at one
time wanted to marry Miss Fort esq ue. the
actress. Unrm-r the coarse of the publicity
given to the affair letters exchanged be
tween the viscount Oangan and Miss
Kortesque were published and highly
coniirent.v.l vi by tho press. Hut,
eventually, it was found that they were
mainly taken trum "Model Letter Tit
Movraaents of the Japanese Araajr.
Che Foo, Mar. 1. The Japanese aro
evacuating the advanced positions about
Wei Hal Wei and they have abandoned
King Hal. The greater part of tho Japan
ese army which lias been operating on the
Shan Tttiisr ieninsula has re-cm barked on
board transports bound for lal Cin Wan,
north of Fort Arthur, on the opposite side
of the Gulf of Pechili.
Goveraors Will Attend.
Moxtickllo, Ills. Mar. 1. The goT
ernors of Illinois Iowa, Kentucky, Mis-
sisippi, Tennessee, Indiana, and other
states, with their official staffs, have ac
cepted invitations to attend the reunion
of the survivors of the old army of tho
Tennessee, the Ohio, nnd tho Mississippi
on tho Shiloh battlefield on the thirty'
third anniversary of tho bittle, April 6
and 7. General B. F. Prentiss, the hero
of tho "hornets' nest;" General D. C
Bucll, the commander of the army of the
Ohio; General John A. McClernand, Ma
jor Breckinridge, General Joseph W heel
cr, tieneral M. F. Pierce. General Lew
Wallace, and others will attend.
Anxiety for Miaalua; Vessel.
Philadelphia. Mar. 1. There is tome
anxiety felt in shipping circles concern
ing the safety of the Belgian tank steam'
ship Caucase, Captain Alix, which left Se
ville, Spain, on the 1st inst. for this port
and has not been heard from since. She
should have arrived here under ordinary
circumstances not later than the lth.
but no tidings whatever have been beard
of her since her departure, fehe Is manned
with crew of twenty-seven.
Fine Works Destroyed by Fire.
New Philadelphia, O.. Mar. 1. The
works of the Chicago Pipe Works com
pany, manufacturers of cast iron water
and gas mains, located in this city.
caught fire from a carelessly cast away
match and is now in total ruins. Loss,
tlUO.OOQ; insurance. It is not known
whether the works will bj rebuilt. Two
hundred and fifty men are thrown out
of employment by the destruction of the
Batter stem Elect Ostteere,
RocKFOBD, His., Mar. 1. The Nation
al Butter and Cheese makers' association
annanl election resulted: President W.
B. Scgar, Pecs ton ica. Ills.; vice president.
H. F. Hines. Stella, Neb.; secretary, K.
L Bnrridge. Chicago; treasurer. H. EL
xxiyister, Hudson, Alice.
r aire ratty stsetah esMpeadeeV
Champaigk, Ilia, Mar. 1. The deans
of the faculty of .the University of Illi
note passed sentence on the young men
engaged in the kidnaping of Freshman
President Reinhardt last Saturday, nine
of the ringleaders being scspended for the
rrraatndr ol the school year.
, TERRIBLE DISASTER IN MEXICO.
Trala PI wages Dewa a Momatala Mde said
reety-tw People Killed.
C1TT Of Mexico, via Galveston, March
L Aa excursion train coming Into the
city on the ZnterOceanle railroad met
with an accident yesterday afternoon.
While rounding a carve on the aide of a
mountain five coaches jumped the track
and went down the canon. Forty-two
people were killed and thirty or more seri
The accident occur ml about forty kilo
meters from this city. Wires have been
down and It has been i impossible so far to
obtain any details of the awful disaster.
Charles la. Fair, of San Francisco, has
received two letters off erf ng to tell where
bis father's stolen wild is for a large
money consideration to Che writer.
Bear Admiral Greer nas been retired
and Bear Admiral Broavn is now senior
officer of the navy.
The Missouri legislature has voted down
bills to prohibit Sunday base ball games,
theaters and similar amusements. The
sntl-cigarette bill has been defeated in
Leroy Fern aid. who murdered his
mother at East Lebanon, Me., was found
dead in his cell. He was insane.
The Tudor Iron works at East St. Louis
has resumed work in the spike and bar
in 11 la The new men aro lodged on the
premises, while a high fence has been
built and guards placed to protect the
works from strikers.
E. Berry Wall, of New York, "the king
of the dedes," is taking the Keeley cure
The Southern California exchange has
decided to advance the price of the two
highest grades of navel oranges 16 cents a
box, in view of the excellent quality of
this year's fruit
George Suessenbrech, of Chicago, tried
to kill himself in Central park. New York.
Tho Paul Wilson Dry Goods company,
of Pueblo, Colo., has assigned.
Officers of the hydrographlc bureau sny
the Illinois drainage canal will materially
lower the level of the great lakes.
Banker C. D. Tillinghast, of Bloomer,
Wis., left home a week ago, and has not
been heard from since. Foul play is sus
The revenue cutter Corwtn sailed from
San Francisco to suppress whisky smug
gling in Alaska, which has grown to enor
Jonathan J. Berne, the oldest and best
known fire insurance adjuster in the
united States, who was once prominent
on the board of trade at Chicago, died in
While guiding apartvof sportsmen in
Arkansas a short time ago Bud Cum
tuings found in a cartridge thrown aside
bv Ben Westhus. a hL Louis carnet mer
chant, a pair of valuable dutmond oar-
rings. Tho boy now refuses to give them
up without a reward.
Columbia college has offered to give
land on the site of her now buildings to
the Tildcn library fund if its managers
wikl place on It the Ttlden library. As
tho funds amount to 12,000, 000 Columbia
will have ono of tho greatest libraries In
the country if the oiler is accepted.
United States Ambassador Thomas F.
Bayard is suffering from influenza and is
going to Bournemouth from London in
order to seek recovery from his illness.
Electrical Strike at Gotham.
New York, March 1. The electrical
contractors met and decided to bring the
strike situation to a crisis. President
Strong said that the contractors had hired
105 non-union men and many more had
applied for work. The strikers insist that
the employment of non-union men would
intensify the trouble and precipitate a
, : l li.l , ii .
general nriM,wiiicii wuum cait out every
branch ol tne minding trades. Charles
W. Uoadley,master workman of the Elec
trical union, has written to Bishop Pot
ter protesting against the action of the
Hrothentooa ol fet. Andrew In sending
non-union men to take the place of strik
Women Disease ihe Uivoree Laws.
Washington, March l In the Wo
men's Council the discussion was about
marriage and divorce. It wes led by
Susan xi. Anthony, who contended that
nine-tenths of the divorce seekers are
women who have been brutally treated.
She was followed by Miss Kate Field.
who urged that In the beginning marriage
should be made more difficult. She urged
that women insist on national marriiurn
laws. Education of boys and girls for
possible fatherhood and motherhood was
urged by -Miss Ida C. Hnlton, of Molino,
Organised te right and Cot Whipped.
Caibo. Ills., March 1. In the circuit
court here. Judge Harker presiding, Al
bert Lewis and Calvin T. Xeff, two of
the largest stockholders, filed a petition
asking tho court to appoint a receiver for
the Delta Electric company. The Delta
company operates both an electric light
plant ana a street railway, and was or
ganized two years ago for the purpose of
lighting the Cairo Electric Light and
Street Hallway company. Judge Harker
appointed Edward A. Bnder receiver.
Has He Geae Back as BybtlT
Boston, March L The management of
the Grand Opera company now playing
here substituted "Carmen" for "Manon."
The reason for this was the announce
ment that Sybil Sanderson was suffering
from a cold. The story goes, however.
that Miss Sanderson's illness is the result
of grief resulting from a quarrel with
Antonio Terry, the rich Cuban who was
reported to be engaged to her. It is said
that he haa transferred his affections to
Pretest Against Desired Faraoas,
Pekin, Ills., March L The board of
supervisors of Tazewell county has passed
a resolution protesting against the move
ment being made for a pardon of the lead
ers of the late coal mine riot at the Little
Bros', mine, viz: John L. Gear, John
Heathcote, Charles Jones, and Daniel
CaddelL now serving terms in Jolict peni
tentiary, having been committed there for
Coofaad to a strike Harden
Springfield, O-, March 1. William
Whitlach, a prisoner on a charge of burg
lary, has confessed to the police that rail
road strikers killed a non-union man here
with- coupling pins in March, 18WL, and
buried him near the old "red house" In
tho west end. John T. X orris Is at work
The whole of the land on the globe
above water level, if shoveled into the
Pacific, would oaly fill cne -seventh of it.
New York rioaoelal.
New York, Feb. 9.
llocey ea call nominally 14 per cent.
Prime mercantile naoer iHiHA per cent.
Sterling exchange sraw. with actaal eas
iness in baneem' hills at te3MB for
deanaad and waUSsfn :or sixty days; Basted
rates 4K4-4H ani .
oilrer cvrtiaratej, UUi; no sales; bar sil
ver. Maxican dollars. wKs-
Uutted States gorornmoot uoadf S's reg.
116; S's rou;an 1! '. reg. 111: "s
coupons l2ii:T reg. v.; I-mcinc 's o K6 1UU.
Vbirago Ue ecoefc.
Caicaao. Feb. SB.
Live 8tock Prices at the Laiou Stock yards
today range 1 as follows: Hoirs tiOMted
receipts for the day il".UJJ: sales raoged at
oi.tij4.mo pigs. tS.tlA4t.la h.'bt, .iiit.lU
roogh i-ackint.-. ti M jt ai mixed, and M.U&3
1.3. heavy packin: aui shipping lots
Cattle Estimate;! receipts for the day,
S.nuM:' quotations raagel at $ V3 ijVi.8i choice
lo extra stiiiiiinK stri. t;.IA,3i goot to
choice do. Hj.uj fair to guvd. $.UKtLU
common to medium dm. $.IO0l.oi) butcoors
steern. K-' .jo:l.il slocker. t0.3i31.Sl feedora,
S14 VC4 3. cort-s, 3 UAct.i heifers. tiUJllM
hulls. $3.0tJI.;j Tel ia steers, aad i2iii.W
Shi-op Estimated receipt for the day,
8.0UU; sales ranged at 3.u0i.o westeraa,
tiSoiJUO Texaos, Si UJ it. J J natives, and $3Jts
Chicago Grain aad Prwdaea.
Chicago. Feb. Ss.
F Howing were the quotations on the
Bar4 4 f Trade today: Wheat-February,
opeued &l$c, ctoted 5lc: May. opened 63rp,
closed 03 jc; July, opened &44 clos-d Wc.
Corn February, nomiuaU closed CSex
May, opened Ai'j, closed 44sc: J y. opmed
449-4 clusad iiu tlats Feoruary, nomi
nal, closjd -4 ;; May. opened aij closed
V4c: J une, opened, 2yjc. closed Site. Pork
February. nouiins . closed tlULtB; Slay,
opened SHU., closed lu.2i. Lard Feb
ruary, nominal, clos.il .3o.
Produce: Mutter Extra creamery, tic
per ll: fresh dairy, l'.ic: packing stock. T
c Egus Fresh stnek, 26s per dos. loss off.
Dressou poultry Spring chickens, cHaVc per
lb; turkeys. tl4jHb; duck. tlftl3c; geese, T
AKk-. Potatue Burbanits. goi to choice.
jo t3 berbu: Hebron. Early Rose,
-intOi. Sweet potatoat Illinois, tl.2iJ
par bhL Uranuerrios Jerjeys, Alii. (JO
per ba. Honey Whit? clover, I -lb aectioas,
new stock. 13H14c: brokaa comb, lUjtlJe;
dark comb, poor pw;k?M, ttc; straixel Cali
foruis. -V'tric. Appier -Fair to chuioe, (ISO
Q.1.U0 per bbl.
Com new. 4494S&
Hay Tirooshv. 1318; aplaad. flOQfll;
w11d,failO;lotigQ S&S97; baled. fS.
racrr axd vbsktasi.ks.
Onions )c wax ae.
Bner Fair to choice. 18c: fresh cream
Sgcs Fresh, 20.
Poultry 4;nlckens, Sc; turkeys, 7c
Cattle Butchers nav for core fed eteefs
tHOiS--: cows and Beifera, carves
gpring lamb. ttfOBc a pound.
Wood $3.50 per cord.
Wool 13c per pound.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorav
Wbea she was a Child, she cried for Caatorte.
When she became Mbw, she rixmg to Castors,
TThra ths had fTilliimn. shfi gnuritlicm Ctmg fcx.
Children Cry for
. . . We Offer Yoa a Reasedy Which
luMwtx Safety te Ule ol Mother aad Child.
After uslns one bottle of "Mornzns'
Fbieno" 1 siiOered but llule pain, and did
not experience tbat weaknens afterward,
asoal In such raws. MBS. ASNIB UAGS,
Baxter Springs, Ksa.
Snt by Mall or Express, on rscelpt of price,
n ppr bottle. Book to Mothers nailed
Free. Sold by all Prugg ists.
E RAwFTELB BfOTIATOR CO., Itlaata, 6a.
Wholeaale Dealer aad ImportoT ef
Wines anil Liqnors.
11 and 118 Third At
Clk Etaga-trclilaf to Crcu Tint,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
K. BC PA.RKER.
Telephone No. 1214.
shssa 1 all asi
It te waawsetissiahry the) hwat yewaady fer laramta aad CaUshress
km wrarlt haa rwt karea. It ta harilaea. ChUaraa Vk tt. It
gcrr thwaa health. It wrlll ew,wa their Ifvee. In H atwtWra hava
nnThlnat whteh is aheelatalr saih and yractieany awrfaet mr
Oaetaria raltewa Tewtlrimn;
QmmX ss ha d e t ewattata aaaTWrtraa, afdai, mr athsw aarewtie pt a aai tj.
arrvtasr awaHhy aad amtwjal alewa.
ta mrat n ia awa-stas Vattlas oady. It Is mm aaM ia Voile.
S Oat yw gat OAHw-T-O-B-I-A.
Children Cry for
Five Pf r Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J II BrpoRD, President.
F C De.nkm M, Vice 1'iesldent.
P Gbsxxawai.t, Csrbier.
Began business Julys. iHW, sid occupy the
8. K. cor. Mitchell A Lynde'a aew building.
T F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
stick Island Hsatlnj
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, HL Tel. No. 1288
Sola Agents for the Farsssa.
REIVERS & ANDERSON
ljiiifKACTOBS and BUILDERS
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fittero.
Honse Heatin nnd Sanitary PlnmWno;. Basement Bock Island Nat. Bank
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. 811 Third avenue.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, HO: 2811 SIXTH AVENUE,
Bhop on Vise Street. BOCK ISLABD.
J-rS 0 -3 153 Jnl ST
Al kaass ef Cat Plewera Maatsatly sa kaad. -OaeTtockTreai
Ceatral Park, Istxest ialewa, ri tiill?iTMil.riiaiuit.U
Oity 3ns and Esprcca Lino.
For Bna or Exprasa Line telspawM 1U1, and ypa will reeciv
prompt attention., . ....... ..
TIUIiSUTiAani tt ZSVSCSO, Props.
afeasrhawia acid eras
TweraUtaa tha atasaach aad Wwqla,
Incorporated Under the
C P Lyade, P C. Denkmaaa,
Joha crobaugh, Phil Mitchell,
H P Bull. h Mam,
W Barst, t M Buford.
Jack soa A Hitur, Bolid'ors.
Sec nnd Tress
General topping dona on shmt nonce
and setlsf actioa gasraatisl