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TtfE ARGUS, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1895;
J"HICAaO, HOU- U LA WD PACIFIC
"- KaUwa Ticket en he purchased or bsg
paee checked t it I P TwenM-tn street deno
otOHUr depot corner Fifth avenue and
rmv-Br- etntst. Fraak H. ptommer, Ag n&,
Ft. Worth, Denver A B.C.
Omaha A Dc Moines
OmabaA Des Moraee Ba..
lOmaha & Minneapolis Ex..
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha...
St. Hani Minneapol'S....
Denver. KL Worth A K. C.
fKansas rity A it. Joseph.
IKoea Island A Washington
U;hica-u A Des Maine
Itntk l-lsodastnart accoro.-ItnesI-laiHl&Hraoklya
T OH U U
pa t :ai
an 1 p ,
t 1 45
pv;T t :iv niw
p t T:ao am
pml 7 40 am
- ArrtvaL T Departure. IDaliy. except aonday.
All others dally. Telephone
BURI.IMOTON BOTJTBC.. B. A Q. BAIL
war Depot First avenue and Blxtventb
treat. M. J. Yoan. want.
l Lmu KfurMfl 7 00 I
St. LooU Express ' 7M0pm
Hairllnii. Dnbauneatt. Fanl, t S:40 psi
Boardstowa fUMIifn S :50 pm
B'erllng. UnhnqiiaAWt.r-a"l fi nam
Malls'. tOally axespl bandtv.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL
Railway Haclna A Southwestern Division
Depot Twentieth street, between First and
Second avennes, B. D. W. Holmes. Ascot.
Leave. I aesrv
Mall and Rzpreaa I
ft. Pan) Brr as
Freight and Aecom .odsfn.i
trn am! 9:70 pa
0:00 am ?:H0pm
Dally except Sunday.
OCR I8LAND A l'KOKIA RAILWAY
Depot First Avenue and Twentieth street
Katitern Ex rheTrllhv, j I stain
l'eonae tt.oui Hall Ht... :iftam
Kvpri .... l:'5on
11 MB am
T tV am
I'eorla Aero. Freluht 1 TMiipm
Cable (via Mherrarit I Atcotn. 6:la .
I able Accnmmo1atun...... : H :4U am
nM Aeewm .nditton i S .r iim!
PiiAnn?rr 1rins leave C. K. I A I (Mnllm
avrntir) depot Cvc (Si mlnntrs tarller tbau tlm
Rlvrn. I'rmn marked daily, all otber tralot
ually except SunUy.
nCKLlNOTOK, CBDAK RAPIDS A
hortbern KaUway, oVpnt foot of Brad)
street. Usvonport. Jaa. Morton. Uea. Ta't A
DaTcnpnrt Trslna. LaT Aanira
Pswobitar Im :3ft per. bT0:s(6 am
Freight li7:li0 . m bit Vi j.ro
Wtl UhcTt I'rutii tonh. tB'a
FaeKenirer. bT:IOsm bl0:4llpa
" .. al0:a0uai a5:15an-
FreUbt M :40 pm tll:4!ksm
'Kily. DDany excopt hnnaar. ttloinr north
tOnluir Month and east. o. 18 runs between
Crtar tapida and West Libeitr.
To the East via the
?. . & P.
In Effect June SO.
L Kock Itlsnd
C It I A f Depot
I.t Kock island
Twimtli'th at Dciot
Ar Iiii irvilie
Ar Jw-kvonvllle.... .
Ar rt Li:!s
Ar I inrols
Ar ItvHiipville... .......
4 25 ami 8 00 am
42? am SOS am
7 tr am
11 90 am
9 (17 am
I I 12 pm
9 50 pm
5 10 pin
6 H pm
v rv pm
10 Vi m
9 45 am
1 10 pm
8 00 pm
7 U i-mi
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
RUCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Kock Island at 8:00
n. in. carries through coach to St.
LouU, passing through Pekin, Hav
ana. Springhcld and Lltcblielil.
Lines cast of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Biiia, Ma- ter; L. B. St'tTta, Clerk.
Istcs Kock lfland for kinacatlne New
lhftoa. Kvitbaburs, Uqaaaka, and Bar
And Fkidat, at 4:30 p. m. (
Tiles Rxmi and good meali". Ppec'al rate
to parties cif Ave or more wlin wish 10
Take tbe ronnd trip. The Ycnna; his
been TPry recratly parrhse4 ait atts1
np tor Ibis trade, and a-1 rurvaiwcil by
anylblngon the MUvlsilppi for elegance
GK0B0B LAMON'T S0V, Agcnta.
Diamond Joa Llaa Warehoase,
mcnts in part paymunt for a blah anoa Acme
stcrcle, which we aend them on approeaL Mo
workdnnaanttl tha Blcrasa aatrca aadpiuiaa
Young Ladles "mSa?"
Ifpqyacratrls apply they araat ba well reoora
ACME CYLE C0T1PANY.
I 4 pm
1 45 pm
3 85 am
7 97 in
6 IS am
8 Ml m
9 15 pm
12 IK pm
i , PLUG
Tr?e. largest" piece of
ever sold for 10 centa
a. e. oogaaxLT.
a . f, OUMBIAT.
Connelly Ax Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
hank. Monsy to loan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office la Rook Island National Bank building.
a. s. swaanar.
a u wiun.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councilors at Law
umca ta Bengtton'i Block,
Charles J. Searla,
Attorney at Law.
Legal bnelDess of all kinds nromrrtlr attmdeJ
. HtuMi'e Attorney ol Rock Island coonty.
nuco, rnunc ojoca.
McEnlry & McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa money on good security; mfcae cnllse
Viiin. Hef'runoe. Mitchell Lynda, banaara.
Klice. Poatoffl.-w Block.
Drack &z Korar,
Architects arid Superintendents.
Rnrnn t T M C A Bulldlna. cor Third atonu
nd Nineteenth sire. t.
Geo. P. etauduhar,
Plans an! saerlntnlenra for all class of
luii.liniw. U.ias a9 and 6S. MjicbeU A Lrude
HoUdlng. Taka alerutut.
Dr. W. H Ludewlg
Specialist of Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat.
fflce In Trevmsn's new bnildlnc. corner "ct-
anteruth street and lbird ayenue, Lock lalaud.
1'ciopobne no. iush.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Oco, Wblttakcr Block, Snathwcat eorno
Milrd aad KrMly streets, Uaiurirt, Iowa
Hooras 17 and la. Hoars: 9 toll a. m.,1 to 4 p. m.
t. a. aoLLOwaosa, m. o. a. a. aam, a. n
Dn. Barth &c HollowbUAh,
Physicians and Surgeon.
u Ardst. Talapaou tost
HcsideiicaniSlstat. 4 llkl
Dt, 8rth I Dr. Mollowbaak
9 to 10 a.m. . I lu to 19 a.m.
I to i and 7 toe p. m. I I to 5 and tog p, at.
W. A. Darling,
Boom 4.Mitchsll Lynde's building.
R. M. Pearce,
Booms 99 and 81 In Mitchell Lyndaa i
BaUdiag. Taka alsrator
COLOR LINE DOWN
At the Encampment of the G.
tL R. at Louisville.
FLTjfc&T AMOSQ THE OLD SOLDIEBS
CaaasA hy a Latter Writtsa by Magi
Umm at tha FalU CltyDtrao
ta Oaaaral StUIikaa Daalaawe Tha All
WU1 Bs Muada tVelaoma Beg-axdlrsa wJ
Thalr Baas. Color or Prarloua Csadl
tkaa af BarvMada.M .
Colcmbus, 6., July sf7. The colored Q.
A. R. post of this city, miA colorod mo ro
be ra of other posts, have been rxerc aed
for some time over tho ' report that the
'taior line" would be closely drawn al
the Grand Army encampment at Lauls
ille In BBptomber. Wclla post, white,
expressed interest and sympathy with
the colored members of the G. A. R, but
dccldod to take no definite action without
first wrihlna tho director general at Liuis
ville. - The reply has been received as fol
lows,' dated. Louisville. July 20:'
'.'DtAB .Silt: I have your favor of tbt
Snd'. making inquiry concerning the
article which appeared in tho Cleveland
Gazotte regarding the color line being
drawn in thia city. I cannot understand
what motive tha writer of this article
oould hare had other than a desire to se
cure a little cheap notoriety at the ex
pense of the city.
Writer Is a Touog Nrgro.
"Wo have paid no attention to this at
far as newspapers are concerned. Wa
havo only answered such letters as have
innde inquiries' on tho subject It is too
contamptlblo and not worthy of recogni
tion from the citizens' committee in tha
wny of an urticlu to the public. Tho
writer of the articlo is a young colored
fellow, son of one of tho principal teach
ers in the colorod high achool In this city.
His father is at a loss to know why lit
should havo written such an article. His
father and mother are both member ol
tho accommodation committee, and have
a deep Interest In thn success of the en
tertaiumetit of tho Grand Aray encamp
incnt to be held in thia city. There Is
not one iota of truth In the article, and it
deserves what It is receiving, tha uni
versal contempt of tho entire city.
Article Denaaoccd by AIL
"Both white and colored tiro pro
nounced in their denunciation of such an
artlole In the face of tho efforts that are
being mndeby both white and colored peo
ple to uialiotheentertainmeut in tblaclcy
a memorable occasion. Colored comrades
will bo quartered with the white com
rades in tbe school houses if the latter do
sire, or they will b3 quartered in achoal
houci by thomsolvoisjust as it is desired;
but the same preparation has been rnado
for one as for the other. No discrimina
tion hua been made. As far as their taking
part in tho parade bore is concerned, that
you know is not in our provmca, as wj
have nothing in tin) world to do with it.
You can rest assured that every effort
will be mado to entertain tho Grand
Army as a whulo, and that we'wiil do il
in a wny that will make yoa proud of
having accepted our invitation, and we
shall not be ashamd of tho treatment wo
Hectares it Maliciously Falsa. ..
"This is tho lino upon which wo are
working. You hnvo boon here often
enough as a Grand Army representative
to know what wo aro striri ig to do and
Intend to do for your worthy organlza-
I tlon. I beg that you will denounce this
1 articla on ererr hauil anil nlienver oe.
caslon offers itself as maliciously false,
and by so doing receive tho srateful
thanks or tho citizens committee. As
tho authorized head of the citizens' com.
mittee 1 tuko this occas'on to answer
your letter in such a way as I hopo will
forever settle thia matter in the minds of
your coiur.idui, to the effect that we have
been grossly cn l mnliciously mi-repre
touted. Yours very tru'y.
"J. H. Milliklx.
WILLIAMS GIRLS AT DENVER.
tVbat la Uaowa ol Two of llolmra Victims
. MX the Colorado SIrlropolla.
Desvsu, July L'7. Tho unfortunate
Minnie Willinms and her sister, whom
Holmes Is accused of having murdered.
camo to Denver early In l&O with their
brother, wiio was in poor health. They
took rooms at tho "Devonshire," an
apnrtment houso nt 1125 Lojan avenue,
and soon bocamo very popular with tho
other guests. Minnie was about 23 or Xti
years of ape, nnd besides being apparent'
lr well educated was an accomplished
elocutionist. Mio appeared for three
weeks on tho stage of tho old I iftcenth
Si rcet thoutro as a member of a stock
Tho brother died in the latter ptrt of
me winter ana too sister took the bodv
home to Texas. The impression prevails
om-jng tnose hare who knew the girl that
she met Holuies, whoui she know only as
uoraon, in unicngo. He appeared In Den
ver some lliuo aftor the World's fair, and
told various friends of the girl that sho
nan married ana nad gone to India with
her husband. Whether this was before
or alter the murder of tha girl cannot bo
Two Fast tt heeliuen Matched.
KEW YoHB, July 27 Fred Titu, ol
now York, who holds tho world's record
for ono hour, and Harry Ma Id ox of As
bury Park, who holds tho world's ten
milo record, havo been matched to ride
ten miles for a valuable trophy. The
race will take place under tho auspices of
the National Cycle and Athletic club, of
Manhattan Beach, on Aug. 4.
Times Itatimataa ths Lulus) M-Jarily,
LONDON, Jnlv 27 The Times calcu
late that the Unionist majority, which
Is now 14L will reach 15 i
The pollings so far rocolvd leave the
state of the parties as follows: Conserva
tives, 336; Liberal UnlonLsta, 64; total
Unionists, 4.-L L bzrals, 161 ; McCarthy
Itcs, A3; Parnellites, 12; Labor, 2; total
opposition, 24 L Net Unionist gain, 8ft.
Deelractiv. atoraa la lawa.
ElDOUA, Ii, July 27. This coonty has
been visited by tho ttorst rainstorm for
years. Two Inches of water fell. A hail
storm from a ba f to two miles wide and
several mites long passed through tbe
center of. the countr Iroui northwest to
aontheaft. To- c-irn lu that district It
all destroyed. Lightning did much dam
age In the county.
Sidney, N. S. W July 27 a bott
crew of tea natives haa been Uiaasccred
in the Bismarck orchaf claga
. DUN & COMPANY'S VIEW.
ha Commereial Ageaey Paopila
Thbak of tho Baalaroa Owtlaak.
New York, July 87. R. G. Dan &
Co.e weekly review of trade says: It is
not the seaaoo for tho tide of business to
rise,' but there Is perceived aoarcely any
shrinkage except that which comes nat
turally with midsummer heat. Tho vol
ume of new business is small compared
with recent months, but largo enough to
encourage more openings of long elosed
works and more advances In returns to
labor. Important strikes show that the
advance is not enough for some, but tbe
strikers seem not more threatening than
a week ago.
Accounts or shrinkage In tho yield of
wheat come both from Pacific states and
from the Dakota. It would bo a strange
and nnnatnral July without such reports,
and yet they have weight enough this
year to lead e7en the most experleneed to
reduce somewhat thoir estimate of yield,
wbilo tho price has advanced U cents.
Corn advanced about 1 cent with heat,
but has sinoo lost all the gain. Cotton
has remalnel nnchangnd at 7 cents.
Prices of iron and steel products still
rise, tbe feature this week being tho
startling advance of AO cents per keg in
cut and wire nails, with new cards for
various sizes which, it is stated, makes
the advance unequally greator than it ap
Angles are also a shade higher, and
other prices strongly maintained. Besse
mer pig dons not advance. In the first
half of U95 orders for rails woro 713,0'JU
tons, against 602,000 tons in the first
half of last year, and a good many small
orders npr aat at Chicago. Textiles have
a better outlook with larger demand both
for cotton and woolen goods, a shade ad
vance in print cloths, and in most
bleached goods, and a more hopeful mar
ket for ligtit-welght woolens, which if
scarcely advanced beyoud last year's
prices are on the whole selling bolter.
Failures for the week wcru 2tiin tho
United Stales, against 24 J lost year, and
U7 in Canada, against 'JH last year.
Statue ol Ueneral llarrltoa.
Indianapolis, Ju!y i7. The Soldiers'
Monumont regents are to hold a incoting
Monday, to consider tho sketch model
statuo of William Henry Harrison, grand
father of ex-President Harrison. Tha
model la by Sculptor Mahoney, and It
was recently Inspected by Mr. Harrison,
who made a few suggestions as to tha
face and attitude of the statue. Mr.
Mahoney has striven in his model to por
tray the character of Harrl-im more as a
commander and governor than as an no
tive soldier. Tho figure represents a tall,
slender man in continental uniform, long
coat, high boots and chapeau. The atti
tude is that of tho commander or soldier
on tho lookout for nu attack, alert and
ready, with drawn sword. The action Is
not historic, but is a position he might
have tnken often during his ezperieuce
wun tno imtlnns
State fjoiiti, tteos ol Illinois
SPMSGFIKLU, July S7. The Ropubli
eon state central commit too has been
called to meet in Springfield July MO, and
it la annouueed authoritatively that tho
Democratic commlttoo will be called for
Tuesday or Weduuslay of noxt week. The
K'pub.k-an call says tho meeting U to
take action en the death ef Representa
tive KcmanTtj utiS to take appropriate
action on other matters ol moment which
Will bo brought to its attention. It is
rumored that among tbe "other matters
of moment" to be brought to tbe atten
tion of tho committee is the rumored
Doodling in the legislature.
Killed, aa Alleged, by Accident.
MiNKEAFOLls, July 27. A strange trag
edy took plaoo oa the farm of Ernest
Lange, seventeen miles west of this oity.
The body of littio Maggie Craigle, the lt-yoar-n)d
daughter ot Captain Charles
Craigie, of tho Minneapolis fire depart
ment, was found with the top of tho head
blown off by e. chargj from a shotgun.
After some hours hod been spant trying
to fix the guilt Mrs. LingVa 8-yoar-old
son Freddy confessed that ho had killed
the girl by accldont.
Shot Himself llecaose of Jealoaiy.
I3IN01IAMTOX, N. Y., July 27. Five
minutes after an lntcrvlow with his In
tended bride, Volncy Barrett, a promin
ent Binghamton merchant lay dying
from a bullet wound inflicted by his own
band. Some months ago he became on
gaged to Miss Georgia Kirl, a school
teacher cf this city. Iteccntly an artist
lately returned from Italy called on Miss
Earl and was soon driving with her. This
is sopposoi to have roused Barrett's
Illino.a Solons T.ke a Rest,
Springfield, July 27. The senate was
In session just ten minutes and a bare
quorum of senators was present. Hogaa's
house arbitration bill, with committeo
amondincnts, was reaJ, amendments
ad op tod, and tho b:il advanced to third
reading. Tho house in committee of tho
whole considered tbe revenue bill, which
was amended, reported to the house and
ordered printed. Both houses adjourned
' Illlaeie riremea'a Tuareamrat.
DEC ATI K, July 27. Tbe closing day- ot
the I.llnois Firemen's tournament was
well attended. A. L. Clark, of ML Car
roll, won the lQo yards foot race; ML Cur-
roll also won the championship hoso race;
Monmouth the championship hook and
ladder; -Mt. Carroll the championship
hub-and-hub hoso race; .Monmouth the
championship hub-and-hub hook and
ladder, and Decatur the juvenile hub-and-hub
Fear Childrea Baraed te Death.
BloSTONB Gap, Va., July 27. John
Hick's house burned, four of bis children
were burned to death and his wife and
one child were badly burned. The fire
took place at night and was not discov
ered until it was too late to do more than
save the parents and one child on the
All tha ISoek makers Arrested.
CiSCIXSATL July 27. All the book
makers and their employes including
ninety-fivo persons, were arrested at Oak
Icy race track on cumplalnt of the reform
Twelve F.lgrhBM Kill.d is m Wreck.
Pakis, July 27 A train crowded with
pilgrims returning from the shrine of St,
Dauray, was wrecked near the town of
St. Brtcuo. Twelve persons were killed
ad twenty-five injured.
Xew 4UBia Matleeat steak.
W'A&BUioTox, July k? The comptroller
of the curreucy has given authority for
the organisation of - the Bust Aational
bank ef Arthur, lila. ,,
- WELCOMED BY WALES' SON. ' "
Dolte of Turk Crrela the Di legatee to tha
Losdov, July 27 Tho International
Geographical congress was formally
opened by his royal highness, tho Duke
of Yurk, who is honorary president ot the
aoclety, and who delivorjd an address of
welcome to the delegates. Kach batch of
delegates, headed by tho ambassador or
diplomatic rcprescntatlvo of tho country
from which it came, was introduced to
the duke. Among tlio American intro
duced were General A. W. Greeley; W.
W. KockhilL third assistant secretary of
state, and JuJgi Charloj P. D ly, presi
dent ot tho American Geographical so
doty. Tho Dukoof York, In his address of wel
come, rxpressid his grttifl&alion that
so many eminent in in in "tho science of
geography wore present, nnd said that ho
hoped tho congress would bo productive
of lasting benefits. JuJg-i Daly replied
on bohulf of tho visiting delegates, and
was received with Immense cheering. He
sketched briefly tho progress of geopraph
leal research and acknowledged in behalf
of his foreign colleagues tho hearty wel
come accorded theiu. Tho meetings of
the cougces are to last eig'at days, con
tinuing until A ug. 3.
Scores on the iiall r leln.
Ceioaoo, July 27. Scores reported
from Lcaguo baso ball diamonds are as
follows: At Pittsburg Now York 4,
Pittsburg 9; at Cleveland Boston L.
Cleveland H; at Cincinnull Philadel
phia 6, Cincinnati a.
Mew York srisuuielaL
Nkw Yonx, July 26.
al iney on rail easy at 1 per cent,
Friiue mnrcanttii) imt per cent.
Sterling exiiaiitf x:iit, with actual
bosiunaa in iMUiaor biiU at li"M'J04 for
deniaud aul 4k.i.j,isj'4 for eixtr daya: Mrtod
rates 4-vi.Aiyi aad fJiU'd, cuatjdrU
8 Ivor certiH.tt6i1,,!;r6: no aalet; bar
silver, uc'4. Mesii-aa dollars UVa-
Unit-d .State! covemuunt Iko la t ady;
new 4' rvg., IS f. d rontioni, ISi; a's
reg., 1 i': a caupjul, lilt': " r-c., 113;
4'stonpuu, 11. )a: -'a re... u.; 1'acitic Ss of
Chieago Grata and Prwdnoa.
Ch:caoo, July SO.
FoU.iwi.ie wert the quotation on till
Board if Trade today: Wheat July,
opened 7.1a, closed 8$ Septauibor, opened
".lc, closmt fti-Jir: Deeember. oiwnel 72?i5.
tloDed '.1"'- U-rn July nominal, closed
4l(i -.: Kepiember, opeued lo -c, closed 4!hic;
IJejembor, opened il'!H ciwl 3Ujo; May,
opened S'H-. closed A Me. Oata July,
opeiird S 74c, cloo J Sic: Seywmbur, o;ienea
'', vlosed May, opened j'-, closed
SVae. l'ora July, uoiniiial, closed IM.!7!4;
September, oi oueii $10. Jj, close I S10.07H:
Jauunry, oiiened siu.C I, closed 1J.07. Lard
July, nouiiual: clmscd, J.J.
rrodncc: lluttor Extra croama.y. Ko per
ll; extra dairy, ittlij; paiiu etosk, S
!. Uita Fresh stock, lo o.t, llo per
dozen. Live poultry Spring chi'ieas, 11 a
14c par lb; hens, 9a; roos:ers, .'iuV'!-: tar-
keys. J.Jc: ducks, te: gceje, VUKA
4.UI per tloz. I'otatoej Nov. 4Udtic per bo.
Bkw-kbcrn.a, ilich zin. !. tier 13-qt
case; rasplierrie.4, blauk. Sl,tl 'Stl.il ier 21-pt
case: red. L'mftl.Mo iwr 2l-ptea. Newapplos
7. cdl.oo per blu. Uonoy Wane clover, 1-10
sections, now stick. ll .All. bronra comb-'
HHUi:; dark coin , pjo.- pacxi.-ei, 80;
sti-aiued Ca iforuii. 6jJ
Chicago Live Stoek.
Chicaoo, July tA.
Uve StockPrica at thj Union Stock
yards today raagol as folio vs: Uojs Esti-
mated recoi.ita for tus day .ai; aal-s
ranged at 4 hiatal pigi, $i.JitiSi lijhi,
(i.(i3a4.b. rouh packin., $4.74i3j mixed,
and t.8iij.2) heavy pa.-kiug and shippia.
Cattle -Est. matel roc ip.s fir t'ie dir.
fi.lWU; quotations raaged at li.l-k2M.SJ choiea
to extra sbippiug staers. tt.iJiil.- t goo I to
choice do. (,OuVattir to tcojl. t). iOJLJ
common tomeJium do, $l.4UiS'17j batcuora,
steers. $iMJ.0i tuckers, $.L2Jul.9l feeders,
$l.7(ii iO cows, iJa.l.4l belfirs, Si.ti.S
bulla, f -.'M iLii Texas steers, IJ.iJn.iJ veal
Sheep Estimated rseaiptt for the day.
6.11 u; sa w ranged at tl iKjAM weatarasw
t2.'Jiii33Texaus, L.7o,Loi uaiivoj,aai t.H
The Ixwal Marktta.
- ssus are.
Oaia- Sl it'Wc.
Hay T.,.t. 913(411- nrtlwd tlStiH:
wiia. j'Jdnia.w;eiougn zmmiu; DSica,l3)i.
rnorr An vboetablcs.
Oaiooa Sue per ba.
Bn-uarFalr tr choice. 15a. fresh cream.
Egin-Fresh. 10 :.
Poultry Ch.' eke js, 0
Cattle Butchers dsv for corn fed steera
a'tbla., cows ana neiicrs, ( caivie
Hotrs - 4VC
8pnag kuuli. $J.50$4. a head.
Coal -Soft, 10c
Ba It la Taking -Like Wildfire, "
Kansas Cut, July 27. Grand Master
Woikiuan Sovereign, of the Knights ot
Labor, was lu tho oity on his way south.
Speaking ot his recant boycott he claimed
that It was taking "like wildfire," and
was being carried out to the letter by the
Knights of L ibor.
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN
ACTS AS A SPECIFIC
Bj tooting to HtaRhf AcOoa all bar Orpat
ItTawee a Health ta Bleeaa. and Jay te
Kela 1 TbiMikMl the AiaUre fiuw,
IT KEVEB FAILS TO REGULATE.
.My wife txaVB hmmm OMdrr trtMtHtfnrr of tcudiuv phjr-
rviaant t yrarr. a 1 1 lis tut, tmti finr naitiic
MTB U , oi Ma IUa f FMAM Hfl.lMlTB Ml
can 4o ater owa oookaije. mtlklnir and w-alunic"
M. . ttUY AK, UrtMJertAAO, Ala.
BlIaiMlELD KEGrLATOR 0 ATLiKTA, 01
rnaae a wen
Kll'LT ta .Ml DT. C"t, a
Kdtrvoo liiuat'ja. tallinff Horn,
Patr-Ais. fcUrx-l tt'htlr Kmia-
slon t. 'c caoj by p.'ut clm.-ca, aivcu -risrr r ,,& ita
lasi Maahaaaet Hi ftM oryvunv. fc4i4riV4l in rt
poottet. i'rt-.a a pfe-fcARr. Mi 1 ,rMvHiS
HI lea arata-a-. to mmw mm mmj tmwtf 4. lK-ct
aasa -ya Ti(f'rM, 4rtJ.lv :t u iAa.vjta; lAAJPt, If
fftl Taall-lffl 'iflsa I t Caatatl' faTd ' '
SOLD at tha Harper Hcnioe Drue Pliarmar.
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Gastoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains ncitlicr Oiiiur.i, Murpliino nor
other Narcotic Bubstancc. Ik is a harmless MtLslituto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, aud Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its .roaranteo Is thirty years uso by
Millions of Modicrs. Castoria destroys AVomis end allays
fevcrishncs3. Castoria proTcnts voaitlnj Sour Curd,
cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colic CostorU relieves
tcclhinff troubles, cures constipation aud flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tlio stomach
and bowels, giving healthy nnd natural bleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
'Castoria ts aa excellent medicine for chil
dren. IT others havo rrpeatolly tdi mo of its
good effect upon their children."
a Da. Q. C. Osaeon,
"Castoriabthe beat remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope tho day is not
far distant when mothers willconsidertlie teal
InterrEt of their children, and too Castoria in
sirod of the variousonack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing ordum.
morphine, soothing sjrup and other hurtful
agents down their thro, thereby nrtaling
them to premature graves. '
Da. J. F. Kntcmos,
Tka CeBta-r Company, TT
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs. Walsli & Walsh, Specialists
Formerly Ct .alcal Protetsor in two of Chicago's
l-.-adin medical colleges.
, Jr? jT3
. M. WALSH,
Acknowledged by the Vcdical Profewlon. Acknowledged by the rrcn. Ackoowledgcl by
all as tbe World's Grcaiett and Only Bncccsafal Speclslists In CUrorJc. i'crroa". Private aad
r nrl-al Diseases of both sexes.
CONSULTATION FREE! rHOMPT AND fKItMAN'ENT CCltKs!
plied, ncrvoas debility, loss manbomL exhaustive
drains, night looses, defective mem, Ihrest ncd
insanity, loss oi wiu power, mental dclaaioue,
WOMEN sulTi'rino from diseases of
the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys, ncrrons
cxhansiion. paliiitstlon of tbe heart. dvaDc-Dsla.
or any diseases peculiar to the sex, should call
on tne great specialist and get an opinion on her
case free of charge.
Duly Curable Casfis Taken.
Best of references and credentials. If yon can
not call, write. Uundroda cored by mail.
The praises wo have received for our remarkable skill In cnrlnir raans irivrn on ss hntiele, he nil
has rnmiK'llMi us to use -his n eat In order to five tbe people a- well as t!ie medical prufe-u tho
heerllt of our kncwItriR nf medicine anil our Inimitable skill In the art of runrerv. rteroctnlier your
family physician is slways welcome lo see as opeiate. We an; willing lurpr-sd our kn-i. lfo
and sbe.W onr ssill. and wo feel Instlv lirond of the. dallv nnirnlul.inu. w ree,-lv fmm the meili-
cal prrfcuioB for tho advanced medical aud surgical literature wo tsve written.
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124 WEST THIRD STREET.
Fire Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Esta'.o Security.
J M Brpoan, President
Jons Cat-Bai-un. Vine 1'rcsidetiL
f tiaaeaawaLT, Carhi. r.
Baran business Julys. IKsv aid nrnnt tbe
S. a. cor. Milchell Lyade's -ew buildtug.
JOB 14 M. FAaUUOB.
. Pimixtoiv t
Painters and Decorators
PATES HANQX&S, CALS32IOTSS, ote. '
SHOP, 419 Sd7ntMni St, 50CS ISLAND. ILL.
SE1VERS & ANDERSON
COITRfORS and BUILDERS.
All kinds nf carpenter
Oflioe nnd Shop 721 Twelfth street
ateffiilt Lu 4 weeaa. e ft ri rW a to.i su,tre i- . -' tcitma -m.;. a j sm
For sale at Harper Home Pharmacy, Rock Island, 11L
Castoria te so wwll adapted to chilJrrn that
I rroornmend it as superior toany prescriptioo
known to me.
IT. A. AiMirKtt, If. r..
Ill So. Oxr.ir.1 St, Itrooklyn, N. Y.
Our fhysirians in tha rhililmis Jepart
.mont have Fpo'-ou highly of tlirir exprri
enco in their outsido practice withCasUHia,
and although we only ha among oiir
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we aro free u confess that tin
merits of Castoria has woa us to look wiUs
favor upon it
Usiteb Uosr rrL sxd Dtssaiar,
AtXES C Sarra, lYes.,
Murray Street, New York City.
in Davenport, Iowa.
Late of f hlf.co, formerly Surgeon. la-ChUf of
SL Anthony's Ilospital.
CATARRH, Kronchitis, Asthma,
early conampion, ftltennistism, Nenm1i;la,
DysiK O'ia. cr..fola. Syphilis and all blood, liver
and kidney dl-eases.
RUPTURE, Piles. Fistula. Hy.lro
relc and Vaiimerle cared byfthe Ktest and most
auccessf ill methods.
DONT submit to a surgical opera
tion without enn.nltinc us ttememaer our ltni
laispllal cxperenca enables us to save a life
where others fa!U
SURGICAL operations performed
at yonr home when desired. Abdominal aud
brain Surgery a specialty.
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Incorporatcil Under the
C F Lynde,
II I' Hull.
B W Hurst,
Joi n V'olk
t U Butord.
Jai son A IIubst, Solld'ora.
DSNItV A. PABIDOM
Qeoerel Jobbing; done nn short nitico
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