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THE AKGIJ8, TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1895.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
PBTCAQO, BOCK ISLAKD PACIFIC
Railway Ticket can he purchased or hag
tee checked it H UP T went lets street depot
w n i m r uepn, comer nnn avenue ug
xuwy-ursi street, rraux u. riummer. Agent.
It.v-.r i4tnlied 4toiin.
Ft. Worth. Denver K. C.
Omar s & Vv Moines
JOmaha A Minneapolis
Omaha A Vrm Momc Kx..
lOmaha A Minneapolis ttx.
Denver, Lincoln Omaha...
ht, Panl Minneapolis
Denver, Ft. Wortb K. C.
Kansas ty e. Joseph.
Hoc Island Washington.
Kihlcairo A Dee Mot Dee
Cork ItlsndAStnart Aeentn..
Ruck Irland Jt Brooklyn Ac. .
an- a (Asm
ami' 8:-.fl pm
am! 4 Ml am
n ;tll: Opto
ami 8:5"' pro
t 1 41
pmit : am
aro'T b:m pro
pint S :lti am
pra t 7:30 am
pmit 7 40 am
Arrival. tDeputoTO. tDully, except Sunday
All other daily. Telephone VtA.
P.UltLirtOTOH ROHTB C B. Q. KAIL-
- way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth
street, m. j. Vonror, agent.
I liSAVB. ARBrTl.
L Louts Ezitreae 7.00 ami 7:l nm
St. Inls Express.... "no pm1 6:5S am
meriinr, uunnqueaat. raui t u pm 7 :r u am
ficardstown Paaseneer ' 8:50 nm I 11:13 am
B'erllng. Dntmqne A st.Pa"! t ""So m B tOpm
Dally, tbaily except Sundiy.
pHICAOO. MILWAUKEE 8T. PAUL
Railway Racine A Beathwrstarn Division
sym .wkuiiciu n : nbwvra iini ana
I Lx-svn. I snares
Mall and Express
ft. Panl Kxpress I
freight and Accommbdat'nJ
1-.O0 am 9:!0pm
4: pro ll :an am
9:W) am 7:Wpm
Dally except Sunday.
Dock Island a Peobia Railway
1N Depot First Avenue and Twentieth street
Eastern "Fx! ""The TriThv".
lvona a ht (ou'.s Hall Kx...
IVorla Arrnm. Freight '
Cable (via Hlierrardi Atconv
table Accommodation ,
I 'able Accommodation .... !
I " m
11 :15 am
H 40 Htn
l'asMtiiei-r troloii leave C. It. I 1". (Mollne
uriiiue) di'pcitfivc (5) mlnutra tarliur than time
(flven. Train marked daily, all other tralua
uauj vztepb nnijaay.
WUKLINOTOJC, (JKDAR UAPIDS
orthern Hallway, drpwt foot of Brady
umeopon, was. aionon, uen. 1 t
i4 .: diii
t9 4r nm
t7 l m
Wen l.ilrtv i ram
I n7: pro
t:40 om lbll:4.Mm
al8:4Spm I he:lOaro
Dailr. rtuatfr except httnaay. tUomir north
iriotnir 8onth uil east. No. 18 runs betweea
iccur rapids and Went Llbeity.
To the East via the
?. . & P.
In Effect Juno 30.
Lv Rock Ulacd
O It I ft r- Di-pot
Lv Hock island
Twentieth at Dcot
Ar Spring Held
Ar 1 Lonli"
t r Derniur
Ar T-rre Haute
4 83 am 8 00 ami 140pm
4 87 am 8 OS am
1 45 pm
8 00 pm
9 25 pip
7 17 am
0 07 ami 1
'J V)pm a
7 05 nm 1
7 30 sin
b -if, pm
ft 40 pm
10 M am
10 M) am
8 M pm
II IK am
it -1:1 11m
! HI pm
C 10 pu
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
KOCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. enrrios through coauh to St.
Louis, passing through Fekin, Hav
ana. Springfield and Litchticld.
Lines cast of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. J. YOUNG, JR.
1 mm ! 1 1 11 ? -.
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Bi jib. Ma, tor; L. B. Srrran, Clerk,
leaves Hock Iland for . nratlne New
lki-tnn. Keitbsbnrs, Oqaawka, and Uar
And Kkidav, at 4:30 r. m.
Nice nvm er.d Rood meal. 8pec'ai rate
to parties of nvo or noirsto wish to
fake the round trip. The Yonnir has
bcn voiy rice nil j pnrchased and lined
np for mis trade, and I n t rtlrpassed by
anyttilne on the HiMrlsrippi for cleauce
GEORGE LAMOKT SOS. Agents.
Diamond Joe Line Warehouse.
ments In rart payment for a hitch crade Acme
bli-ycle. wlitch we send them onapprmlTKo
wor oone until the blcycla arnve aadprarea
Young Ladies mStSST
If ban or elrls apply they most be wan reeom
mfprten. wnts lor panloulan.
ACME CYCLE COJ1PANY,
IHe largest-piece, of
ever sold for 10 cents
a. r. camui.
a. o. ookxu.y.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorncji at Law.
OC.ce second Boor, over Mitchell A Lrndet
bank. Mnnoy to loan.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
OWce In Rork lland National Back hnlidlnc
s. d. swaaaax.
O. L. WALKSB,
Sweonoy c Walkor,
Attorneys and Counccllors ot Law
Utnos In BenirUin Block.
Charles J. Saarle,
Attorney at Law.
to. State's Attorney of Rock Iblaud concty.
Office, hoatoaoa Block.
KcEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan oiotiey on pood snearity: man colloe-
ttutis. Ttefrlonoe. Mltohull A f.Vnil. haliSAr.
OUrfx:. PostofD- ISluck.
Drack & Kernr,
Architects and Superintendents.
RoOfH 9 T U P Kn11i1ln mf Tl.l.
and Nineteenth slreit.
Geo. P. Stauduhar,
Plans and mpertntunrienca for ail civs of
Hntlding. ltooms ss and 86, aUtcheli A Lynda
Bntidlnc. Take elevator.
Dr. VT. H Ludewlg
Specialist of Eye, Ear
Nose, and Throat,
f'fflce In Trceman new bnilrtinsr. corner Sev
enteenth atroet and Third avenue, hock Island.
Telephone No. 10S3.
Sr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Xose and Throat Only.
Office, TVhittaier Block, soathweat corner
Third aad Brady streets. Davenport. Iowa
Rooms IT and IS. Honrs: to 11 a. m 1 to 4 p. m.
r. a. aoixowacsH, a. o.
. a. asiiTa, a, d.
Drs. Earth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeon.
Office 4fiard St. Telephone 4 088
Iwatdenca Til Kis: at. liga
Dr. Bvrth I Dt, Uollnwlvnsh
t to 10 a. m, I 10 to 18 a, ro,
1 to 8 and 7 vo a p. m. tto8 and 7 to k m.
W. A. Darling,
loom 4. Mitx-bsll Lyndc's buildinc.
1. M. Paarce,
Kooti S3 an4 81 In Mitchell A Lvn le1 nei
Uulidinp. Tska elevator
EftaU! of ("norco W.Swilcr. Deceased.
The nnrtcrsienel bav!n been apno-nwd ad-
itnn-iraior 01 inc crtateor ueoree W. sw . r.
iste or tie comity of Kock Ii-lant!, rta cf
Illinois. ncre', nirt'Oy pive notrre that hi
will appear N-forr the ronnty court of ftock lslaad
county, at theoff.ee of :h r.erk of said court, in
the city of Rock island, at the September term on
the first Monday in ttrptemlvrnezt. at which time
all perfona harim; claims ai:a:nt uid estate are
notiSed and roqiieted to attend, fur the purpose
of bavins the same adjusted.
All nelsons itdebted tnas'.d
d to make in: mediate payment to the nnder
siimcd. Dated this S:d dsy of July, A. D. 1?.
T. II. THOMA4, Admlr.ljtrator.
, Hindoo renuoy
Krutu 1 -aV. Kal' 1:1'- lai-innrr
, i4Hi4,t4.. ta4i by fH-b.rn, eivcsvivor and dstD
, wv ii 1 ujki-n an m-i.ja.lt VU JUrV IT ri--fvorM
Vmml Us-mtxxi i-it'M r l.-ujlyr.irTx-Hi in tt
t--K t. I'ri ..Ovjp.Htstfe. hix lor ?:... wUb
vrif 'Hi f MrtsMf Uf arr-sr rrtinrlri ) va't
9m4nm im-f-tio i, l-nt in ict r sutvmar IMMI'll. If
' if1 It aj it -, wvi .
ii uuu ltux rnamucT,
HOCK ISLAND. ILL.; Ij Wm. Clcndcfnia
MOi.X( ILL., aad ether leading drucnu.
I K J'ae a well
v 1 r "i ' at mr a a.
NEWS FROM CUBA.
Further Details of Spanish Loss
in the Latest Battle.
A COUPLE OF SMALL SKIRMISHES
In Which Ite Spaniards amd the Rebels
Break Cera" Insurgent Destroy Part
f a Railway, aad Commit a Fatal Depre
dation la a Store Big; Battle Immlnen
at Dayamo Bitter Words to stambo
loir a t idow.
Havana. July 23. In tha battle of Va'
Icnzuela Lieutenant Colonels Paqnero,
bamartin, Lolo nr.d Bjnltcs wcro wound
en. The other efflacr vconndei was Cap-
tain TrencssI anil Li. Soto, principal aia
no campo to uewerni fcantocildcs, vcas
alsokUlcd. Lieut. CjI. Tcjido, In tho
province of Santiago do Cuba, has stir
prised and engaged nn Insurgent band.
burning their camp and barracks and
killing three of them. Uf tho troops,
auxiliaries, on'y ono man was wounded.
The insurgents recently surprised four
guerrilla auxiliary soldiers near Puerto
Principe and killed three of them. Tho
fourth man escaped.
Rebel Destroy a Railroad,
A lonp; section of tho railroad between
I'uerto Principe and Nuevitas has been
destroyed by tho insurgents in the neigh
borhood of Mount 3 Piri Siguanea and
ellas. Cnpt. Can v.i a, with a detachment
of civil guards, cn.ig ;i n b ind of Insur
gents at Cartagi.ua, province of Santa
Clara, recently, killing (our, wounding
five and taking otic prisoner. A dispatch
from Cicnfuegos, province of anta Clara.
announces the surrender thcro of instir
gent leader Alariaito Pine. Two other
insurgents arm': I v. itti nil 's have sur
rendered tit Vtu-it.is nnd eighteen insur
gents with rill.-s titii cuitnunition, re
volvers and lunchetes li.ivo given them
selves tip totliu nutlinrities ut Quicmauos.
Xvllted Two Di'leiiolcs Men.
At Guineas, in tho .Sagua district, fivj
insurgents went to a store and demanded
arms, 'lue clerk In charge, not having
any to surrender, so informed tho insur
gents, who tired upon the defenceless men
and killed two of them. A detachment
of troops has been scut in pursuit uf tho
Insurgent Acoouut of the Fight,
According to iusurgoni accounts 200
Spaniard wcra killed in the receut ilsht
near liayuiiio. Oaly eeveu others, mount-
fd upon goul horses. Including Marshal
iKirtincz do Cumpos, njcaped. Gen. Cam
pc9 was wounded. Thcro is much dis
content nir.un military ofliecr9 at Cam
pos method ol conducting operations.
&IADIHD, July 1.3. A dispatch from
Havana states that General Navarra,
with 2,0X1 men, lins arrived nt liayauio
ami retioveu tnptaln General Campos,
who was in a critical position in that
city. Colonel Aldat-e, with a battalion,
is expected to nrrixre at Bnyumo very
snortiy. A aecistvo liattio is imminent.
DITTER WORD? TO A WIDOW.
Madam Stambulnff Ilc.srs from a Mother
Whose soii t as laecutud.
6T. rETEEturuo, July i-3. Tho Xovoo
Vremyn publishes a telegram received by
Aline. S:nmtiule& from tho agod mother
of Milarc!!, who says: "Mourn over the
blood-thtrtty murderer who, while mr
ing merry watching gypsies dancing and
singing in tho monastery of Beurgas,
signcu tno ueatu warrant lor my son.
Gotl gavo lue strength wiicn I saw tho
murderer swimming in my own blood to
consolo layself. 1 send my curses to his
fc'OEIA, July 3 The government hog
been making inquiries into tho murder
of ex-Iremier tambu!oir, and is is
claimed that tho fuels elicited show that
tho crlmo was an act of private ven
London, Ja y L'3 Tho S:na correspond
ent ot wio juimes teiegrnpns: "tno grave
o Siainuuloir is guarded hy police, ow
ing to throats which havo been mado to
disinter tho remains. The leeling hero
and in tho large towni is ono of disgust
aim aejcction at tno crime, l our persons,
mciuuing otaiuouioii s coachmau, are
in prison charged with tho criiua."
The Whole Tuwn Is Sinking:.
lir.usx, Bohomiu.July 2X It has been
uelinitcly ascertained that tweuty-Cve
nouses havo bt-en totally destroyed and
fifty-nino partly destroyed by the remnrk-
aute sinking ol tlu earth here. The dis
aster has turned nearly ti.U'JU persons out
of their homes, for it i- feared that other
houses will collapso In the same district.
Macedonian luanrgeuts Dispersed.
Constantinople, July 3 Advices re
ceived nero trout caionica stato that a
body of 125 Macedonian insurgents has
nau an encounter with a detainment of
Turkish troops, near Strumitza, It is
added that tho insurgents were dis
persed, took to flight and sought refuge
in the Mjloi'u mountains.
Caaadlna I'artuuieut Prorogued.
Ottawa, July tX Tho Canadian par
iiament has been prorogued after a throe
months' session, Lord Aberdeen deliver.
ing tho usual address from tno throne.
Tee all-impurtnnl Manitoba schojl Ques
tion was but briefly mentioned, action on
u uoicg postponed until next session,
rtcvolnlloa Breaks Out 7a olouJjhu
olo.n, 1omnoi.i, July 2J A report
has reached here that a revolution has
oruten out in thren of tho departments.
HOTEL MEN WANT HORSE RACING.
Chicago Bonifaces Ask the Legislators to
Legatee Pool belling.
Chicago, July -SI The fallowing peti
tion has been sent to members of the leg
islature: "GtSTLEMEs: Tho undersigned
citizens of Chicago and Cook county peti
tion your honorable bojj to Icgalizj pool
selling on hcrso races actually ran, trotted
or paced en raco tracks within inclosures
in this state. Xo racing association to
have continuous racing exceeding (60)
sixty days aad no foreign book bottintr to
be allowed and racing only between May
1 and Xov. 1 of each year."
The above is signed by the proprietors
or managers of the Great Northern,
Auditorium, Palmer. Tremont, Leland,
Lexington and other hotels, aad by the
presidents or managers of the leading
railways enter inajtws city.
Miaaiasx student Heard FrenC
. rniLADEU-HiA. July 3. The Prince
ton atudenta out oa a geological expedi
tion in Wyoming and whose friends
feared they were brUcners or victims of
the Indians, Lave been heard from. They
are ail right.
TOWN SWEPT BY FLOOO. I THE MARKETS. I
Ifo Lives Loat So Far mm Knowa, bat Mark
TJESTEB, July tl A special to Tho
Kovxs from Pueblo says: Reports from
Whitewater, N. AL, fifteen miles from
auver tty, r. AL, say that a greater
portion of the business section of the lat
tcr place was destroyed by a fl jod, but so
far as can be learned at the headauartcrs
of tho Atchison. Topeka onl S int Fa in !
this city, where th,e information is ob-:
tatnaJ. no lives were lost. All telegraph
wires to Silver City are down and all tha
news is obtained from couriers arriving '
ae Whitewater. j
Tho Simms House, the largest hotel at
Slver City, and a number of ' business
bloclts havo collapsed. Tha railroad au
thorities report tho storm tho worst
ever known in that section. TheSmta
Fa railroad has lost several bridges on its
Silver City branch and to badly w.ikIikI
out. First reports wore tlrat several lives
were lost, even 03 high as 23, but Inter
couriers, wuilo confirming tho reports ol
-i .tiucu, nn os.
DEFENDER AND VIGILANT AGAIN.
ia Which tho Old
Beaten Nearly Ten 81 in a tea.
JsEW Yohk, July S3. Defender and
Vigilant sailed yesterday for the second
time under the auspices of the Xow York
ciuo, in a cup race. Tho contest
designed to furnish a basis of judgment
to the American cap committeo for tho
choice of the defender in tho internation
al races this fall. Defender won on Satur
day and she won againyestcrday and by 9
minutes and 17 seconds ofiioial tluio.
Defender started in advance of Vigilant
at 11:25:) a. nu and she finished the
thirty mile triangular cntirsi at 3:4";
thus Defender's elapsed tirm was 4:i::i).
Vigilant started ut ll:2o:0l and flnishel
at 3:54:41 and her elapsed time Is 4:23:47.
luo result of aatunlay s and yosterday's
races nro before tho cup committee, ami it
is problematical whether any further
trial races of tho Vigilant or of any other
boats will bj ha-l nzainst Difender
linnlly scttio which shall dt fend
Chicago Coacera in TcouUle.
Sll'ttctirm 111 T... o -n..-
.,.. : ... ' . BlaLC
auditor tf public accounts has reported
to tho tittorney general that tho Dimo
Sivings National Building and Linn
association, of Chicago, is insolvent, and
as having frjled to comply with tho
state law.-1, and notified him to at
once proceed naainst the olfieers
of tho institution. Tho required sixty
days notico given tho ctlicers in
which to straighten tiieir aff.iirs nml
make tho b ilanco trood with tho stock
holders expired Saturday, and notico
being received from tho examiner ai
Chicago that the association cantinuos to
refuse to obey the law, tho matter is
turned over to tho attorney general for
Cjold Mine oa Ffra
Angels Camp. CaL, July 21 Tho
Utba mino which has boon yielding ta'J?,
000 worth of gold every month is on Ere.
Flames woro discovered in a slip noar the
IWO-foot level. Tho men got out safely.
but in Tt few mlnntes tho nflrso ttfas filled
with srhoko and gat An inurf ictual
attempt was made ta smother tho liro
with steam and Hooding has been re
sorted to, Thirteen hundred inches of
water ore now flowing into the mine. It
will ie juiro eighteen mil Ions of gallons
to reach the f,-c. This will occupy ninety
hours. It will take at least threo weeks
to pump tho water out again. Tho loss
will bo ct least S'.'oD. 000.
Durrant Wants a Change.
Sax Fkascisco, July 83 Tho trial of
William Henry Theodore Durrant for tho
murder of Blanche Lnmout in Emanuel
Baptist church last April has begun.
Thewholoday was o cou pled in road in jr
an allidnvit In support of a change of
venue. Tho document showed how for
tho last threo months tho newspapers
hore havo been trying the caso In their
columns, their articles boing for tho
prosecution all tl.o time.
Confessed to a Defalcation.
SlOL'XCtTV, la., July 23 William J.
Sncb, cashier of the Sioux Citv branch
of the Amorica.T BisciTit and Manufactur
ing company, has confessed to a defalca
tion of SH.dtl and is in j til uuili-r iViuud
bonds. Finch has worked for the com-
puny for years, aud altliough his necula-
tions began lnoro than lour years ago
they were not discovered until tho visit of
tho auditor ten days ago. Family ex
travagance is given as the motive for the
Fatal Frize Fight.
Milwaukee, July 23 A fatal prTzs
light occunei at a roadhouse about four
miles northwest of this city. Tho victim
is Louis Schmidt, Jr., son of a west sido
grocer, 'iho boy was taken t' Trinity
hospital, whore ho dieX Whon Dr. Eirl,
who was hurriedly summoned, reached
tho scene of tho tight tho other principal
and the spectators hud fci, leaving only
tne proprietor oi tne ptoca. The authori
ties will at onco investigate tho affair.
Robbed a Dime Savings stank.
Willimantic, Conn., July s-3. Cashier
olin Lv Walden, of the Dime Savings
bank, has disappeared, and there is barely
fjOO in cash to meet demands. Ths dis
covery was made by Receiver Dooley, of
the National bank, and thu incorporators
of tho bank. Thu total number of denos-
itors is more than 8.2JJ, and the amounts
standing to their credit aggregate about
Searching for Howard PitxeL
DETEOIT, July 23 Detectifo Gayer, of
Philadelphia, Is in tho city and wlii mnko
further effort to find the body of the
missing boy, Howard Pitzcl. G-jyer has
all niong held that the buy was murdered
In Detroit and has several clews, but
what they ore he Is not yet ready to tell
Call oa Negro Citizen.
ATLASTA, Gi, July 21 The negro
commissioner to tho Cotton States and
International Exposition has issued an
address to tha colored people of the
United States, catling upon them to re-
doublo their efforts to make a magnifi
cent display at Atlanta. Tha address
urges every negro who can send any thinx
of credit to the race for an exhibit, to send
it at once.
Strike In a Wt cousin Town.
Gle.vwood, Wis.. July SI Five hun
dred rreu employed in the Glen wood
Manufacturing cotnoany's plant struck
for an increase ia wages and a regular
New Terk FinsaeiaL
New Yoiik, July 22:
Money on rail easy at 1 ir cent.
Prime mereactdo paper Jit Jnjr cent.
Sterling exchaage tirm, witU actnsl
business in Laagers' bills at -; j4ll fjr
demand and IS ?t iSJ for sixty days; posted
- 'ratos 4-ssii4isi itud 4JJ.4ti; ciimaeruial
' "iUs- 3 w-4
S Ittr cjriiti-i'tes G'-ii wr?a; no tolas; bar
aiiver. C-a. Mexican Uoilir .
Cn.t-d 'tute- enve:uutent loa!s firm:
new 4"s r.g.. !2JHi: d cjupoc.. Ut: 5's
reB, l o coMpjins log: 4' ro..
4'svoupous, ll.;; I s loj, 8J; Pacilio 0"s of
j Cbieago Grain an J Produce.
I Cnic.to.i. July SI
I Foiliwii? vrer the iaitatioai on Km
, Board ff HTM., tKUy: Wheat Joiy,
i fpened HUH r. cli.l f."V" Sjptomlur. opened
.?.;. Ij'USr,. , 15
' V.: Si twaiin-r. opeiw-.! 4ir, cl u.vd rv;
lh-'mlw, tMavd 3 ije, closed SVve; May,
openo.1 .ti . cuw,i wti-Juiy.
"i"-'""1 f'ic :i.-el SeptomlH-r. o;u..J
r,f?. "'-" ;''
jauuarv, opened silt, x e.oed Mi.Ji. Ltrd
July, nominnl: cliscd. Jd.Si.
Produce: liu'.tor Ettra croamory. l?c pr
l!; extra dairy. 11 .!;: p-c:u st w. i
1 Wi' rivsn sioi-x. kw o.t. lie j.jr
cczen. Live pji.l-.ry-S.iri.iir chi.-keas. 31 a
lue per lb: iiius, .; roos.ers, "i:a-. tu
key. iti'Ji-aj; dac'r. tc; g.. Lit i
4-U pt:r loz. t o:atuei-Nir. 4J31"ic pur
btt. lilackbarrivs, li ia iv SI.) al.7, pirii-nt
cuse: raspberries, bluclc SLO unl.?i ii..r l...t
! casj; red. il. rI-ptoa-o. rw-wappls
si.sSjiS.'i ir btil Uoaey-h.tocl iver. l-lu
amnions, mtiick, lisAHo; browa cjmo-lli-;
datk c-im'. pjor pajki.oi, bj;
atiulnod Ca if ornix 5 .
Chicago Live Stock.
Cmc.voj, July li
Live Block Prion nt tlij LTu:oa Stwk
yard to-iiy r:igol as f dlovs: U.ij Ett
iruttod rx-cei ts for tils 0t Sl.OII; ealis
ranged at ) .21 pl. S',.Ut liihr,
i.Tj.ii r.i,h p iiu. J-tf ijO i mixd,
HUd $'-.Wji.t'i heavy pa:kiu and shipping
t':ittle-Et;mited res It fr fie diy,
H.'i": qtuiatious ranged a; J I VII chuiee
' t ' ex.'ra thi'ppia st w. I.J . goo i to
I choice d. iui.;, fiir vt noil. i.tl.(U
; cuuimon t mlia-n u.i. SU;i HSj baiuaera,
steers. Simii,l.ljstu-lr3r.i.Ss.Si.iiLiO f,-i-il.i-
'' cow -.j) jrl.li L.ci;r Si.iitsi
Shee E-timitcl rocaipti for tho day.
1.": -"Iej ruu--1
at I ll. (,1.7 J western.
The Lmul Markets.
Hsv-Ttwvy, fll.VI: npt-d. f3J:4
wUi. jaaMilAio-fh lJ10; baled
re err amp vkuctablls.
Oislous auc per bi.
En Mr Fair tr choice, 15e; fresh cream.
Kiss-Fresh. It) :.
Foultry a cuj, 0:.
Cattle Butch ra pay for corn fed steers
-1S5.; cows and heifers, 3Q4 ; calves
Hill's - 4 V!
Spring umuo, $t bi&$l. a bead.
Coal -Soft. 10c
Rheumatism lareit lu a lay.
Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
nearalfria radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable ana mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. Tho
ursi nose rrroauy Den en is itt uenls.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, drtijroist. Koek
Island, and (. Schlep-el & Son., 220
. Second street, Davenport.
I'lKs! Piles! Flies!
Dr. WilHtms' Indian Pilu Oirtmint will c rc
Mind bleedinjr, nlecritcd and lich'ng plies.
ahimrb the tumors, nlliys the itching at once.
acta as a roaltice. pives in-tant licf. tr. Wit
Hams' lidian Pile Olnt rent Is prepared only for
plies atd i'eliina of the private par.r. and Loth:: g
els. Every hex i guaranteed. o!d hy riru.-
gitstnt hy mail, f ir S) cert and SI per box.
Wi:ltan:s alunifa-tuiiiii; company. Proprietor?,
Ck-vt land, Ohio. Sold by T. II. Thomas.
Wans a B'cyrle Record,
ST. Louis, July 23 John M. Trcndloy,
of East St. Louis, has started from tho
Union station in this city to rida to Den
ver, Colo., oil a bicye'.o and establish a
record between St. Louis and that city.
Ho was accompanied by J. Wliistan'iy,
who will rido ns far as Topeka, Kas.
Trendley expects t inaki tho trip hi ten
days, arriving in Denver on tho evening
of Aug. L To do so ho will havo to ev
crugo 100 miles a day.
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Jim. Ann!, finirf.
-f Ki-ltppii. r If
T. S. Mnr-hmi. r.i-
lurubu, Uaiinny!: j
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pr.ln nftor nMne x
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BRAbKIELD BEOULATOR CO ATLASTA, C.X.'tf
y Mold by all Drsawlxt. -If
l It i a
Taahea Eyytalcg Press a Flro
Silk XZenikerchlcf to Circu Tost.
Lvw Csrta!saa Specialty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
Telephone No. 1214.
A 11 il.'4o tx.-n it: r.- .-it tjt tW
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!L.1 rtm hlw- Tnv'MrweA. r
v 2 '71. X?i -r-'AV l-wr4.rirItfUi'ii - T-T.J
n ,4 Trer. ttr I'-r Ui. or iwm 4 8t. 91
I v J 'sftied in ptaun vn,rv-r. Ituj ie In
AUik-raM Urtfmt IIIaSJ
1A7 10 Chkaeo.
Sold bj Hsttc A Cnemcrer and T. H Tbsnu.
Castorla la Dr. SnrancI 111011018 prescript ion for Infants
and Children. It contains neither 0;ium, MorpJiino nor
othor Narcotic substonse. Xt 1 n Ii.irmlcss MilisUluto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, r.ntl Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. Its rrnanmntco in thirty years' u by
Millions of Mothers. Caetori.t dest roj s Worms and all.iy3
fcTcrlshncss. Castor ia prevents vomiting Sonr Curd,
cures Diarrhcrut and Wind Colic Castorla rtlicroa
tectliing troubles, cures constipation and llatulency.
Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stouiarTi
and bowels, giving healthy and natural bleep. Cas
torla Is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
Caatnrla Is an excrLent medlctrm for riiil
dren. Mothers have renoatoily told me of its
good'effect upon their children."
Ca. O. C Ofaoon,
Oastnria t! best n'tnetly for ehildren of
which I ant acquainted. 1 ho;ic t'ia day is rot
f-r di.s.a:it when mothers willctvnsi.h-r the real
l: .temt of tiu-ir cl.iliirrn, and use Castoria in
stead of tho varieusquack noni!a3 u hi. are
li-stroylng IVir lon.il ones, by forcing oiilum.
morphine, soothing rup and other hurtful
agents down their tliroa: thereby sending
thorn to utvtratiiro graves."
I)b. J. F. Ktscnra,
Tk Centaur Compauy, T
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs. Walsh & Walsb, Specialists
rcrraancntly located in Davenport, Iowa.
MS; ' V-lSjOt
1 I 'I
fffivVaiT-aVv tie Si-'
DR. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Clinical Prorsetor In twoof Chicago's
:adin medical colleges.
Acknowledtred hy the II. ilic.il Profession, Acknowledged by Iho Prea. Acknowledge! hv
a'l as the World's Gna c.-t and Only Successful rlpecuilsts in Chronic, Ncrroa. Pnvata and
snrshal D"seaa-e of both sexcr.
CONSULTATION FKEE! PltOMPT AXD PERMAXEXT CUKKs! '
KLEOTKICITY scientifically ap-
pil. d. nrivnn debility, loss manhood, exhsnstivo
dram. tii-;lit loises. lefi'ctivo m.nrnrv, tlinsut u-d
ttn-anltv, loss or will power, menial dclueioue,
WOMEN sufTcrin"; from diseases of
the womb, ovaries. bUdder, sldnrys, m-tnn
exhaustion. ps!p:utlon of tl-e heart, dyapcpsl.
or any diaoases pccutlarto the sex. shonld call
on the tm:ut specialist and ct an opinion on her
ci.se i rev n vnrre.
Only Curable Cass Taken.
Best of references and rrcdentials. If yon can
not call, write. Hundreds cared by mail.
The praises we have received for onr r, msrkahle skill In enrirj ra- i'rrn nn a. hnprlr hy all
has compelled u. to use -h.s n eans in order to gi-e 'he people a- ell as the m. Uical profe.-ioii I he
in rent f our kncw-iidge of medk me and our li.im.tahle skid tn the art f surffn. l:uo. mln r your
I L " J!,, "'"'? welcome to see o. citato. U'n are willing Kispn-ad our knowledge
and show our skill and we feel Ju.tly proud of the daily ori-ratalaiions v. receive from the medi
cal pretension for the advanced medical and anrgteal literature we cat writ leu.
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124 WEST THIRD STREET.
Five Per Or.t Interest Paid on Deposit.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Seourlty.
3 M fti roRD. Prcldcnt.
lontf (.'nt-narnn. Vice President.
P UuuiVALT, Cashier.
Hetrm bnslres Julys, IMS), and fx-eopy tbe
S. . cut. Ditchsl) A Lyndo's new building.
JOOM M. FARIDOM.
PAPE2 ZZAirms, CLLZZ'JXaZHZ. eto.
520?, 413 SwatCKKith Ct., S0C1I ISLACT. IU.
8EIVERS tfe ANDERSON
COiWRACTORS and builders.
All kind of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth ftreet
srs-M sawis.t.ii. v
For tale at Harper House Pharmacy, Rock Island, I1L
Castoria Is so well adapted to cW lrm that
I nxximuieod It m superior to any prvacripUoa
knowa to me."
It. A. Aacnxa, 3L
111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, If. Y.
Our physicians la t?i children's depart
ment have riKil.cn highly f their exprri
tuco hi their outaido practiea Willi Cahn in,
and olrhm:y wo only bare) among cur
medical supplies wlut is known as ri;ul:tr
producht, ct we are free to confers Uiat tlm
merits of Castoria baa woa us to look with
favor upon It."
United Hospital anb lirnonr.
Lot ton, SUss.
Ami C Karrn, JYr.,
Murray Street, How Torli City.
DR. J. K. WALSH,
Late of hircn, foruerly Surgcou in-Clibsf of
ri. Auiuony s Hospital.
CATARRH. Ilronchitis. Asthma,
ear'y ronainu'tin, lUienmatism, Neursli.ta,
Dy-lx p-la. t-erefiila, )-phllifi.d all blood, liver
aud ksiiney disaascs.
RUl'TUHR, Tiles. Fistula. Hydro,
ecle and Vrlroc lucutid bjj'.lio Infest and must
DOVl' subinit to a siirpcM opera
tion wlthcnt oi nnu'tinc n Ui-ninnlx r our long
hcMpltnl rxtwrence enable na to cave a life
where other rail.
SUIUIICAL operntions pcrfornied
at your Imma when dcslh-d. Abdominal aad
brain surgery a specialty.
XcCollough CnilJitig. I n nr
nra to 12,
n a. and
Incorporated Under the
C F Lyi.de.
It I' Hull.
K V It.iiTt,
i M Uuford.
4exo dt Ut'RsT, fv llcl'ori.
HEN BY A. PARI DOR
General Johnt dor nn hnrt n rtlra
and satisfaction (iaisutiwl
Wbrtt rn rlnsst "a tr. rr f. Kcrvrvrr TV!'y. I " x 3ru-l Ytrmrx frn eiCv-t?
ce-Ri. i en- y. MKatjy. Vtr"eh- mt t mi' r wiknevsj lrrm n y fauvt,
SCRtr. PUIu rWkV ciW M m4 full r -: ,rii f Jwttxl. II fie;-1-! ts-O.
tn.- ctrttN (AtRity. Msul?4 Maft.n, t jf Ji.--; tf-mif f- tj Wiiit
fr no nrAtyr sylwa a lVa1 p'iv-rt'e t uiX I rvIwX4 lit. t4JM.j. AtVirtTM