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THE AHGUB, MONDAY, JULY 15, 1895.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
PHICAGO, ROCK ISLAKD PACIFIC
Railway Tictet ran he pore based or bae
Kiee checked at K 1 P Twentieto atreet depot
it C K I a r depot comer Pitta avenue and
fluny-nrn atreet. Frank H. Plonuner, Agent,
IVever i.mlwd auc.AU.
Ft. Worth, Denver A K. C.
Omaha & Dp Moidm
t'rmaha & Minneapolis
iniaba&Ie atome Lx...
tOtnanaA Minneapolis Ex..
Denver, Lincoln & uniena...
frit. Paul ft Minncapol
Denver, Ft. Worth K.C..
tRansa City & nt. Jaeepb.
?Keck lalsnd Washington
ICblcsfro A De Molnee
hock I-land&Brooklyn Ac-..
am 3 : pm
amit !: aro
am It X:Nam
pm t : am
am t 8:35 pm
pm t 7:1Ban
t I 45
pm t an
puilt 7 40 am
Arrival, 4 Departure. IDaliy.exceptSanday.
A U other, daily. Telephone 109a.
BULLIHGTVN BOUTB-C.. B. O. ItAIL
way Wenot Pint avenue and Sixteenth
atreet, a. J. Youcg. agent.
11 :l! am
8 Ml pro
Bl. Louis RTpreea
ht. Louie Bxoresa
rtcrliiiir. Pulinqne St. Faul t :40 pm
Itcardstown Pafvacirer I 2:fMpm
tverllng. Diibiigna -t.Panljt 7 t5m
Daily, tbailv except Kuniliy.
fHICAOO. allLWAUKKZ As ST. PAUL
v"' Hallway Paclee A fentbweatern Dlrlaion
Depot Twentieth trwt, between Pint and
Keond avennea, K. D. w. Holme. Agent.
M'l and Kxpre
ht. Paul Kxprea
Freight and AcromnioUafn.
710 am 9:Jnon
4i pm ll:'nm
:0O am 7:S0pm
Dally except Hondny.
ock Island a Feokia Railway
Depot Flret Avenue and Twentieth atreet
Eartcrn Ex. -'Hie Trilhy-'.
IVorina hi touts bail fix...
1'cnris Annul. Freight
dtblc (via bhcrrard) Acconi.
t'uMfi Accommodation . .
ti :40 am
8 ar, im
Pasoenccr trlr,s leave C. R. I. A P. (Moltne
avenue) depot live ! minute tarlkr than time
given. Tram, marked daily, all otbe't trains
oairy except ttutuay.
Duki.inoton, Ckdab Rapids
Ikorthein Railway, depot foot or llrady
rtreet, Daveuport. Jaa. klorton, Uen. Tk't A
f4 :3S pn.
t10: 25 am
b! 4-S tim
alO:ai) pm I a5:l&am
I h7 pm
t2 :40 pm bl1:4ram
13:Mrn I ht:00am
a Daily. Biiany except ?snaav. tuome nonh.
flolre Hocth and east. No. 18 runs between
Uciiar Rapida and Went Libeity.
To the East via the
R. . & P.
In Effect Juno 30.
l.v fior.k liland
CHI A P lh-pot
Lv Rock ir-lnnd
Twentieth at Diot
r- r IbdmimiKilis .......
Ar fei Louia
r- r Iri rntur
Ar Mat tooi
A r Trrro liau'e
4 25am, SUUaml ltJpm
4 37 am 8 05 am
1 45 pm
R CO pm
9 a.", pm
.1 !tt am
7 ST am
7 .10 am
7 45 am
! "7 am
i! M) pm
11 b-'y pm
10 .vi am
10 CO am
0 4f am
1 10 pm
111 20 am
i 1 VI pm
0 10 pm
0 05 pm
10 20 pm
7 :J am
3 10 pm
8 ii im
S 4ii pm
0 CJ am
0 IS nm
li 0 pm
V j jm
7 00 vm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
n. m. carries through conch to ht,
I .mi is. passin; through Tekin, Hav
ana, bpringlieia and l.itcuneiii.
Lines cast of Peoria carry tLrouvh
couches and slocpinp; cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Afjent.
W. J. YOUNG, JR.
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Bijub, Ma.tcr; t B. PriTIR, Clerk.
Lravra Kork Inland for Stuvratlne. New
lto-ton. Keithjbunt, Oqaawka, and liar
Asd Fkidav, at 4:30 p. m.
Nice room and good mculf. 8ecal ra'ra
ta parties of nv or more who wish to
tnake the ronnd trip. The Yonnif hsa
been vo-y recently purchatel arid litti d
up fnr ibis trade, and i nr t urael hy
any thine on the UlaeiMippi for elegance
GEORGE LAUOST A SON. Agent.
Diamoad Joe Line Warehonsc.
mrnts in part payinettt for m htth trrmde Acre
btcrcle. Viilrh o send them onmiiproru. No
work don vntU Uw bteycl ziiTes maA prate
Young Ladies artm
If boyaorjrlrla apply tteyirmstbawaaneao.
tnnndad. writ for partlaulan.
ACME CYCLE COilPANY.
r4-ime That tenacious form of
vJlMtrC scrofula, afflicted my
mother, Mrs. J. Dayton, whose portrait
appears above, for over 30 years. Hood's
tiarsaparilla lias cleansed her blood and
cured the swelling so that her neck is no
larger than ordinary size." Miss Bertha
Is the only trne blood purifier promi
nently in the public eye. fl; six forfo.
nooa s t ins tive. Aa ,!rujg;4ls. 250,
a. c. onnui, a. d. oosaxixr.
Connelly fx. Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second flnor, oyer Mitchell A Lf ndet
bank. ona, tu loaa.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rock Inland Xational Ilr.tk handing.
a. 0. awasscy. a l. wat-xan.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councilors at Law
Odea in Beni;ston Block.
Charles J. Gearle,
Attorney tt Law.
Lcenl hrMneas of a'.l kid's oromntly attended
to, 8taio attorney of Hock Inland conuty.
Office, ro.tnttl'w Block.
McEairy &c McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa money on (rood security: mate eol'ec-
tiorr. Keference, ailtohell A Lf.ida. ban! era.
OOloe, Poatofflce Block.
Drack & Kernr,
Architects and Superintendents.
Roma T M O A Building, cor Third avenue
end Nineteenth atrett.
Edward S. Hainmatt,
51 Whitakcr bnlldlnfr, - Davenport, la.
Oeo. F. Staudunar,
Plana and anw-rtntendenca for all elsas of
Balldlnfts. Rooms 6J aud 65, UltchcU A Lynda
Biuldina. Take eievavr.
Dr. "W. H Ludewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat.
rflice in Trwrain'i new bolldine, corner eeV'
enteenth street and Ih:rj avenue. Lock Island,
Telephone N... latn.
Dr. Chas. M. Bobertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
OSce, Whlitaker Block, aoalhwcat earner
Third and Brady streets. Davenport, Iowa
Rooms 17 and 18. Honrs: 9 to 11 a. ro., ltiitp.m.
i. a. auuxjwaoaa, a. s.
a. a. Baara, a, o,
Drs. Barth &t HollowbuBh,
Physicians and Surgeon".
Office P 23rd xt.
Telephone I Of 5
Dr. Bartb I Dr. Uollowbash
I to I'J a, ra, i iu to t a a, m,
I to and 7 u. a p.m. I to o and T to 8 u. m.
W. A- Darling,
Room 4. Mitchell A Lyndc'a build'nff.
hi. 11. Pearce,
Rooma 89 anl 81 In Mitchell A Lynda "a i
BnllHInp. Take leratov
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first Coor of
the Harper House.
For Lauica From. 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. in. to 10 p.m.
on week tint's Oa Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. tor Gentlemen ouly.
Electric and Eloctro-thermnl
baths may be obtained at any
time during busings hours.
Gvmnasium conuected with bath
wt!o fcarc rrafm t rj:et yasa
oVjirr vhicfi fcve !cltthmrrT.
ouK.lrrltblr. Wcalr Zroui yriitlv
JLiS V' cv.,co-,M2.T-o rp-tJjy c
WT.tr ifiX c :rc An ! rv-rrnrr-. S- tjx
mnff reold a tAe V ortl.Tf-.i noman Heiadv Uer
vltoc (n--rro lift Scld 2t l.O( c pickas! orrfnr
4a.L-8 wilH a TTTi'trt ninUi rare cr canry
nraae4. enx Lia f AUr-s At
CHKUlc'.l. co Arrant tor C. s.. tM.tffc, or yoa
saa buy i- or tqj arueui nacica ecw.
Maxih-U A Fuhcr, KOCK ISLAND. ILL.
Deliberation with Which the
Turk Plans Deviltry.
COAL OLLFOH THE BASTIH CAEJAG2
Bent luta tbo District Ahead of the Butch
er So aa To lis lteady When Wanted
Uow It Waa Vaed oa Dead aad Uvins
Victim Situation in Armenia Today
Elections in Cireat Britain Work Havoc
a the Liberals.
VAN, Armenia, May 21 From the
Ejeclal correspondent of the Associated
rress. Tho Sisun massacre, it would
appenr, was one of tho most carefully
planned outrages in history. The evidence
of this is circumstantial only, bnt it U
alleged to be none the less conclusive.
During tho months of June, July, and
August preceding; the Sisun massacre the
Kurdish chiefs in tbo country surround'
Ins the Sasun region, and particularly the
districts in the south and southwest, were
apparently unusually busy in gathering
up the se.ittcrt-d warriors of their tribe?
for an invasion of the Sasun region. Iu
July and August enormous quantities of
petroleum was shipped from Erzeroum
to Moush. This p3troleum came origi
nally from Russia to Erzeroum, and so
gruut was tho quantity brought over the
mountain roaJs thac it was a subject ot
remark to very many prsons.
Uow the I,trIetiiu Waa Used.
For a time it looked as though nothing
went over the roads between Erzeroum
and Moush but petroleum. Now it is a
fact that Mous'.i does not use n gror.t
juantity of petroleum herself, nor do
her merchants s?U much of it to the sur
rounding caantry. In th3 villages cau
dles of sheep fat oil nre rsed for lights.
What MousU wanted with these countless
can of potroletun was a mystery. But
tho mystery was a mystery no longer
r.ftor tho Sasun massacre, for that pe
troleum wo3 us?d to burn tho houses o!
tho Hasun villages and to crcm.ato tho
bDdies of tho wretched villagers who foil
victims to the awful butchery. In burn-
ing the houses tho petroleum was thrown
upon tho wood work in generous quanti
ties n:id sot on lire, with tho result that
everything that could burn went up in
bmoko. In cremating the (lend the bodies
were, in many cases, placed betwee'n lay.
crs of wood and built up into a sort of
Living Von Treated the Same Way.
The entire mass was then saturated
with petroleum nnd set on lira. Is is
charged that living men wore crcmat
in the same way. liut this was a uiec-i
fill way ef putting tbo unfortunate
creatures to death in comparison
with tho tortures inflicted ujKin
many others. Tbo massing of troops near
tho Sasun region, ami particularly at
Moush was carried on for sorao timo bo
foro the beginning of tho inassacru, in or
der tfcnt everything might be iu readi
nesp, necoruing to the programmo said to
have been carefully umiio out at Cin
Ftntitinoplo. A similar butchery wouid
novo taken place at MoJiuan if Europe
had not made a move for investigation ol
tho Saun horrors.
Look to England for Tteliof. .
In tho city of Van at this moment there
nre 50U young men sworn to give them
selves us a sacrillcc to Turkish butchery
in tho hope that tho attention of England
may bo more strongly called to tho des
perate situation of their people. Unless
Liijropa controls tho reforms thero will bo
a massacre of 2 ;00) Christians in tho city
of Van within threo months. The Ar
menians themselves will bring this about
rather than be cast ntlrift by their fellow
Christians of the west. Tnere is no lan
guage quite adequate to a description of
tr.e teal condition of Armjnin at present.
Men aro beaten, robbed, und murdercJ,
nnd women arc ravished by Kurds and
Turkish soLliers. W03 and want and
despair and death stalk abroad in this
beautiful land that was once a part of the
garden ef E leu. Tho inhabitants of Van,
are living ou tho brink of a massacre from
day to day.
LOOKS LliiC A TORY GROUNDS WELL.
Ur t ah LiberaW Snowed Under so Far as
the I. lections Have Ooaa,
LONDON, July 15. There wcro twenty
two contested elections for parliament
Saturday and the returns show that the
Unionists have gained eight scats, in pro
portion more than one-third. This indi
cates an overwhelming Unionist majori
ty in the next house. The most astonish
ing fact is tho defeat of Sir William liar-
court in Djrby, regarded heretoforo as
tho vory heart of Liberal England. Hit
defeat is tho sensation in political circles.
O: ll'J mauibjrs thus farelectei, ninoty
six aro Unionist, ten Liberals and fout
I'urncllitos. E ght Liberal scats have
been captured by tho Unionists and the
Radicals have capture! one Unionist scat,
that at Perth.
Tho crusade against tho houc cf lords
is relegated to tho dimmest future. As
to tome rule for Ireland tho coalition
government can do what it likes. It
looks as if they will have a majority f ufU
cient to mak) them entirely independent
of the Irish vote, so that the old Parncll
tactics o( obstruction will be ef no avail
in the next house. Among the Unionists
clectei is the Marquis ol Lome, the
Tho moral effect of Sir William Har-
courl's defeat will bo great, as even the
tuoit sanguine Conservative did not ex
pect a Liberal majority of 1.UJ0 to be con
verted into a Unionist majority of 1.10J.
Whlio Sir William Ilarcuurt fared so bad
ly, Balfour, tho new first lord of tbo
treasury, who is to succeed Sir Wtlii.nu as
leader of tho house of commons, nearly
doubled his majority In .Manchester, air
William iiarcourt s defeat is generally
attributed to tbo proniincnco which ho
pave to tho local vetj, or local option,
The Sunday Observer (Unionist) points
out that the returns of uuupposed candi
dates are a sigulScant as ttio results of
contested clee-tions. Seventy-six seats
bad been handed over to tho Unionists
without a fight, while the Liberals wera
allowed to retain ouly Uvo uncontested
UesV Bhepherd'e Triumph.
WashijjuTos, July 13 Ex-Govsrnor
Alexander R. Shepherd, "Boss" Shep
herd, as bo has been familiarly called for
many years, who made Washington the
bcautilut city it is by his comprehensive
plans, of pubils improvements, arrived in
this city with his family alter aa absence
of twenty years. Ho received a sincera
and cordial welcome.
AU RIGHT, CAPTAIN 03A.DIAH.
lour Esvnrd for Veracity Will Maka This ,
Narrative &," Perhaps.
New Yodk, July 15. Captain Obsdiah'
Donaldson, who has plied tho waters ol '
the sound for years and never been oo-
cuscd of tellini a lio. came inta Brides-
port harbor with his steam oyster
dredger. F.vo of his sailors then '
landed with a thin substano look- tere.d into a pereonal criticism of frost
ing very much like a hundred feet of fi : dent Cleveland, charging bim with mis-
hose. This they laid oa tho wharf. Thon
rv..i .... .. ..t,.. la
msias Auisiva s4ita mm. uiaa ma tav ,
arm of an octopus, which can bj easily
verifleJ. . The fight in which wo got it oc
curred shortly after Id o'clock this morn
ing. We wore five miles off Stratford
light, and in U.'teen fathoms of water.
Suddenly, on tho starboard bow twe
blocks ahead, I spied a huge mass, black
and motionless. I changed my course ono
point and rang tho bell for a full head ol
steam in order to hurry up and sea what
the black thing was.
"I soon made it out ns nn octopus sixty
feet in diameter, with arms and legs a
couple of hundred feet long. 1 did not
want any of that in ininj. I brcu;ht the
wheel down to clear the monster, lie
was in a deep sleep, and his snores could
be board cuito a way oil. But I was toe
late. Tho boat struck him amidshkps.
Ho nwoko in a jiffy and darted nt us,
kicking up the sea. One of his long arms
cauio aboard and seized t he forward steam
windlass. He wound his arm around it,
thinking, I suppose, that it was a sailor.
Tho mate, with great presence of mind,
started the wisdlass, and iu less time than
it takes to tell it a couplo of hundred feet
of arm was wound In and wo hod tho
fish a prisoner. But we'd caught a tar
tar. Ho began to pull at tho boat, and 1
"The vessel rocked, nnd I thought it !
would capsize every minuto. i called to
t rank Taylor, the boatswain, to cut of!
the arm, nnd ho did so with tho meat
chonner. Tho cctonus. thoroughly
aroused, swam half a mile to leeward and
crouched for a spring, but suddenly a
distraction occurred. Three porpoises
came along, the pilot porpoise leading. He
ran right into the nrrns of tho octopu?,
who seized him and held him high in the
air nnd squeezed the lifo out of him. We
could hear his bones crunching. Having
killed the porpoise in his rago ho tossed
him high in the air. j
The other porpoises at onco turned
tail and swam to IVnliel.l Exit lights, n
favorito feeding ground of these animals. 1
They returned with an enormous swarm
ot porpoises, all greatly excited. Tho
chums of tha murdered porpoiso evident
ly had mudo a speech to them and got
them worked up. They lined up like
football players and'iiir.do a" combined
rush for tiio octopus, who gazed at them
viciously with cruel, slimy eyes. It was
an awful butla that followed. Tho sua
was lashed into a crimson foam.
"As tho porpoises came within reach tho
octopus seized them in lit? arms and
tossed thum high iu tho air. As ha had
seven arms left ho pitched them up seven
at a time. The sen lor more than a milo
was strewn with tho Has and tails of por
poises and bits of octopus. Any fellow
who wants a good load of fertilizer can
get it there. I don't know how many por
poises wero killed. Evidently they did
up tho octopus, however, and in their an
ger rent him limb from limb. Then they
all swam for their homos, and I put into
r BALTIMORE HOLDS THE LEAD, ..
While Chlcugo Drops to Sixth
the U.-iao Ball Contest,
CniCAGO. July 15 Tho Chicago baso
bull rr.-mk liml his linnea miaeil mnrn
than once last week ouly to have thorn
dropped ng.un with a dull thud to tho
regions of despair by the misfortunes of
the "colts." With opportunities to reach
second place a failure to hit the ball re
suited by the end of tho week in tno
Windy City club going to sixth place,
Baltimore having taken thrco straight
and sticking to third place with a belter
lead thun ever. Pittsburg is second and
Boston third as shown below:
Clnhs. Played. Won. Lost. Cent.
Baltimore Ml !. Si .C.-7 ,
Pittsburg IS 40 :b I
Boston to oJ S .51
Cincinnati (." IS ,'tV
Latest scores are ns
.. H 4 :i
. i 14 4i
,. t; 1 ol .ltl
follows: At Pitts
burg Brooklyn 4, Pittsburg 1; at Chi
cago Baltimore B, Chicago 4; at Cleve
land New York S, Cleveland 3; at Lou
isville li istoii 15. Louisville 2; at Cin
ciunati Washington 3, Cincinnati 5; at
St. Louis Philadelphia 1), St. Louis 4.
(punde.y) At Louisville Brooklyn lo,
Louisv.lie 3; at Chicago Baltimore U,
Chicago ; nt Cincinnati Washington
6, Cincinnati 3; at St. Louis Cleveland
4, Sc. Louis 5.
CUBA AND CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR.
Attempt To B Mad a to Have the Boston
Couveation Indorse the Rebellion.
New Yobs, July 15. N. B. Burden, of
Fernandina, Fla , has come and gmo
fr-'in New York. Borden came hero with
the Florida delegation to tho Christian
Eadcavor convention nt Bwtoa. A con
ference was held ea route resulting in tho
framing of resolutions in behalf of Cuba
to be introduced by Miss Kico iu tho
Oa tho steamer from Florida, was a
Spanish detective. This msa overheard
the ladies talking of their plans to offer
resolutions for fren Cubt, und whoa tho
steamer reached New York a cipher dis
patch instantly informed tho Spanish
minister at Washington of the situation.
Minister do Lome straightway went to
Boston, it is said, to counteract tha Cu
The Mob at the ltase Hall Came.
Detboit. July 15. In the seventh in
ning ot tbo Detroit -Kansas City gamo
Umpire Hoagland rendered what tho
crowd culled a very unfair decision, which
resulted in two runs for the visitors, end
undoubtedly lost tha gamo to the l)c
troits. After tho game the obstreperous
portion of the crowd surged into tho dia
mond, and In the excitement a young
man named William Jennings threw a
missile which struck Hoagland in the
head, but did not seriously hurt him.
Pretty Tengh If Not Libeled.
HcLTOX, Kas., July li Dr. G. E.
Locke, a leading physician, was arrested
on the charge cf having in June last
criminally assaulted Oda Maul, now tho
w:fe of Peter Kanl, Jr., who swore out
the complaint, and of having planned au
attempt upon tho life of County Attorney
A. E. Crana.
Cleveland 70 S9 :-l AW 1 hyorivma ttirnutfu tiiepr(.ierr:iannei
... r , ... .-.! m puriili!. Jlenlth nnd slrcnsUi are guar.
e.iH.io i. .i;ii ji to result from It use.
J.riHiKlyn tu . . .kiI j Mt w)f, berlrt'ltl-n for clchtccn
Phil.ldlphia M :tl ti) . S, T'l'lTKliShraillind-s F-mnlr II
N w vork in : .4'
JOSEPH COOK AT HONOLULU.
He Take Occasion In a Fourth of Jaly
Speech to Attack Cl'velnd.
Victouia, B. C , July 13. Thi steam-
ship Miowcra has arrived from Australia
and Hawaii. Tho literary exercises at
Honolulu on July were the sceno of a
a remarkable inciJent. Joseph Cook,
of Boston, was invited to speak and en-
reprinting iiawau .. ,...,...
lie waa inicrru.e-u
Willis, who presided. Willis said tho
occasion was not one for partis in speech.
Ho was greeted with storms cf applause.
Cook risked for a bill of particulars.
Willis replied that tho contracted senti
ment from a Boston environment was
not broad enough for an American cele
bration in JlnwaiL
Cook said B iston had a good deal to do
with achieving American indep?iideneA
Willis said this was granted aid that, nil
were praud of It. Tlio lecturer quickly
cnncl-j led his re-marks on annexation.
llo b;ule good-hyo to Willis nnd Dr. Mac
Arthur nnd left tho hall amidst silenco.
clearly mad through ana vhrough, while
tho nudienco gave Willis an ovation. Tho
orntitm of ih i day was delivered bf Presi
dent Dole. It was an ablo speech full of
Mr-. Hevm.oo Uaa a Itolnp.e.
Elocmixoton, Ills., Jaly 15 Mrs. Vice
Pre-siiletit Stevensou has a relapse yestor
d.nv afternoon and was very ill sumo time.
Shu was reported much bettor lost niht
and a recurrence of tbo d!CO30 is net ex
Ilotua l'oraiu Is AU It'c'it.
Chicago. July 16 II. M. Olitnan, ot
Springfield, 1.1s. telegraphs the papers
th' that the dispatch announcing
Homo iurum (insuranco asso,
claiion) was to bo disrupted is lulso abao-
Two MunthV Urouut ltroken.
MadisoS.Wis., July 15 A two months
drou-riit was broken vest jrlay by a rain
and wind storm. Trees were blown down
aad window g nss broken.
The IV earner ra May KSjie it.
Wariunoton, July 1. The fo'.lowini ara
tho weather iudiuauiKki tor twjnty-foar linars
from b p. ra. ycsTc-rduy: Fur lliin:ii Show
ers: warmer we-r.tlier; sentherly, glutting to
westerly wiuus. ror li.diiMia r-howers;
cooler weather; fc-uilieri) bhif inr to west
erly wind-, ror Lowur Jlii big n-8 lowers:
coeler iu western p. ruon; a uiherly winuH,
l-oui:r.g vari Wo. For L'ppcr iiieljiau
til crs: vai iiii-'c veindg.
The Local Markets.
Ik i m v,l.
iUya-i-no'ty. t1Kt.lS- nidani. 14a?"i;
wUd.7.50a59;e:oi;i;h Slo; billed 5-JSli!4
FRUIT AMD VEGETABLES.
Onions Sue per bn.
Bn'nr Fair tr choice, IS-:; freeb cream.
Ec?s-Frch. 10 :.
Poultry 4Jh.cko.ifl, GH
rnHle Rutch.ra py fot earn fed eteera
Seis.i cows and heifer. 2t;-i; calvea
flp-Uig lawo. Si.SCtiSL a trad.
Coal - Soft, 10C
Tho state railrostm cf tkl-.nm, cn
which tho cliu-.iiu.t faros ia Eurcrio tiro
oilcTcd, have r-tnutetl a lic-.v comcssian
traveler.. They kc!1 a thira class
ticket, ,-ood fur tti:y railroad in the
count ry for two weeks, for j nnd s
first class ticket for 10. Loudon Cor.
New York Sun.
Should TJee BHAUritLU'd
' It tea enperb Tonle and exert a won- r
H derful Influence In Btrencthi.-niiip ber?vtem !!
- 1 J. M." jbl!?:s-o?;. jTalrt-iii. Art. t'
3l!l' 2BBAUCTEUr.EOCLAT01tCO.. ATLANTA, Gi-jf
aff woia Dy sii I'ruirf-it r.t ui.w per ooii;c.
WEAK rWIEN MADE VI60RCUS.
U'MV. 9'"0AY. li'-MT. S70AT.
It net powerfully nnd quickly. Cures when i1!
Ct'icis fnll. ViMinc men r'-'Seain lout mnnhtKMl; ott
ircniwyvcrymliful vlcor. A1t.ltitrlvant
j.'3Tt.-Mr a - j u .tiKirtiy w rn Assioaaar. I'onrra
Cllhc irx. Fulilnsr Mcmrry, Waatlnx llle
cap 'fi'i afl frrts rj .' atnut or r.Temnra and
iTHlixerfi'. WrirdA olt tnw.nuy and conwumptloii.
lhin t l-t dntffzist tmrnr" n. irlhlcHaitiiSiil.titn nn
you r-'H.i"- tii'l"I?r t frrontfr pn Ut- Iin.ir.tonhav
in: l-ir.LZ' i-.a nM JVttf or eo:ia K-r iu
t ancecarnoa in.Tc:-Tprei. ATpaia pinin wrmp
r.or. per hnr, or 1 f tr ., vith A I'rxi'tnt
V v!ttr?i (tanratit tt Cure or Reftand the
Monev lAiili!'t in-ft. IkM ty ilrufrlnta. Addrraa
k.-x t uiui(riUi .aai'At a-nicsssv au
old by Harts i ITI'cmeycr auu T. II Thomas.
for infants end Children.
Bateraan a Drops, Godfrey a
most remedies for children are oosipmpd of opium or morphine I
Do Yra Know that opium and morphine are ctupefj ing narcotic poisons T
Po Yott ICno-qr that in most countries druggists are not perruittc J to sell aarcotica
without labeling them poisons T
P Tort Knoig that yea shonM not pcradt any medklno to be grna your child
rnless you or your pLysician know cf what it is composed f
Hn Ton Know that Castoria is a purely vepetabjo preparation, and that a Vat ot
Its ingredients is published with every bottle f
Po Yon Knnvg- that Cartoria Is the prcscriptkm of the fnmens Tr. Famacl ritchrr.
That it has beca ia ujo for nearly tiiirty years, cad that mm Castoria is sow sold tuaa
ot all other remedies for children combined 7
Po Yon Know that tho Patent Office Dcpartmeat of the United State, and of
other countries, hava issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
" Caatorin " and its formula, and Ciat to imitate them la a atate priaon offoirisc f
Po Yon Krovtr that one of tint reasons for grant ing this gorornmect protection was
ticcaasc Castoria bad been proven to be abaolutoly lutratlea&T
Po Yon Khott that 35 avoraf;o doses cf Castoria ara furnished for 25
comta, or ono cent a dose I
Po Yon Kn,t that when possessed cf this perfect rwpoxatkm, tout childreo roar
be kept well, and that J-U may have unbrokca rest J
Wellt thoae thing are worth knowing. They ara facta.
Children Cry for
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
.- : .,,, . 'w.-t
. W'i:i .-r.,
DR. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Clinical Protestor in two of Chicago's
1 'aUinj medical college.
Acknowledged by the Kedical Profeaaiou, Acknowledged by the Prea, Acxnowledged bf
all as the World' Grca'ct and Only Saeet-ssfu! SeclaUfts in Chronic Ncrrons, Privata aud
ruri .-.l Dlseascaof both sexes.
COXSILTATIOX FREE! PKOMPT AX1 PEUMASEST CLKEs!
EI.F.CTRICITY scier.tilicallv an-
Dlictl. nc'ivon cltbility. Iom tnitooL xliauMiro
firaiti, tiij:lit loffvs. lft.'Ct!Te nivninrr, Ibtvat m-d
fiiMti U v, lots of will power, mental delusion.
WOMEN FiiiTcrini; from diseases of
the womb, ovar.ct. blad.lvr. kidnrvv. tivn'otir
i-xliHutiim. m.()itatinn of tbc hvHrt, iytK.pia.
or any dtwasirs peculinrto the m;z should call
onthrrcat e;ecialil and get on o pi u lull on iicr
cesv free of chsrua
Only Curable Cas-s TaVen.
Ben of references aud credentials. If yon can
not call, write. IlnndreO cured by mail.
The iifniwn we have rercivrd for nor rrmnrka!lc kHl In rnrin? r-P sr'vn nn hoDW hw nil
has i-ompellt-d us to ni Um u rat't iu order to $rtv th tile a- well as tti medical prorrfinon the
henpfit of our kiiowlifjtre of md1rini and otir Irimitaahlf kiit in tho urtf mnrsifrr. fin. niiMT Vmr
family ihyfician ia alwavn welcome to ree
and iDf'W our skill, and we' fcl inftly rroud of
cal prc-icesion ror ine scvaaced medical and aurKKal utcraturo we fcave written.
124 TOT THIRD STREET.
IE ock Island
Five Per Cut Interest Paid on Deposits.
Koacy Loaned on Personal Collateral or Ileal I state Socurity.
J M Brronn, President.
Jonc Cm'bacwh, Vice i're'ldenL
P GuBKnawai.T, Cashier.
Bczan br.elncfa Julys, itan. and twenrv the
IS. li. cor. M itchell it L tide's new building.
JOHN M. PARIDOH.
P-aRinonr a sow
Painters and Decorators
TAPZa E12T3Z23, CALS5HTI.23. etc.
SHCP, 419 Sore&toecth St., HZZZ ISLAKD. ILL.
8EIVERS fc ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All kind of carpenter
Office ami Shop 721 Twelfth street
' ZS fmrmmninfi nyia a reliable,
lac j.urt drugs
in "V. " Tbev ar pvoopt. s'e ard cerUJn In rcealt. The reantne (Dr. Peal') never disc
nout. ijentai.rwacra.eliu. Addrcas faul. Mxoismi: tft. Uevaiaaa, O.
For sale at Harper House Pharmacj, Bock Island, III.
You Know r.
Cordial, many eo-cailed tuotuRg isyrnpa, ana
in Davenport, Iowa.
Late of Chiceo, formerly Surgeon-In-Clil'.f of
St Authouy's Uoipital.
CATARRH, Bronchitis, Asthma,
car'-y rnnfamp'mn, Ithenmatism, Nearalirla,
Py-ocp'ia. r-cr fula. Syphilis and all blood, liver
KUPTCRE, Piles. Fistula. Hydro.
ce'e and Varlrnrrle cared brflbe Utet axd moat
DON'T submit lo a surgical opera
tion without onrulting na llememberour l"nif
ho.pltal experence enable na to save a lite
wl ere others fall.
SURGICAL operations performed
at )nur homo when desired. Abdominal and
brain aargery a specialty.
vn niciMte. Wc are wiilintT to tprvad our knwUUe
the daily onratnIafuis w receive from tbc inert -
rjoma 9 to II,
t to 6. aud
7 to 8
Incorporated Under the
ROCK ISLAND. IU-
: F Lyw1.
.Inhu r ilwuch
II ' If -ill.
K W llur-t.
J M iluford.
.TicKKoa A Ili-asT, B- licl'rm.
IICMltr A. PABIDOsT
General Johhing none on short n nice
and satisfaction goarantee-1
anontfcl. rendatin mtJ.tr'tr.- On'y tiarmlaaa atul
should houuvl. If ya -au'. the txt, eel