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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1895.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Phicaoo, bock ISLAND PACIFIC
Railway Ticket esn be purchased or bag
F?e checked it K UP Twemteto meet depot
or c K I ft P depot corner Fifth avenae aud
ralriy-arsl street, Frink H. Flammer, Agent.
I.:tiv.:r Limited A Omaha..
Ft. Worth, Denver at K.G..
Omaha A Dee Moines. ......
JOicaha Av Minneapolis
Omaha Den Moines Kx...
iOmaha Minneapolis Ex..
Denver, Lincoln at Omaha...
St. I'ant A Minnespols
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C.
JKnnia tity A St. Joseph.
$Hic Island A Washington.
tChicairn A Dri Molnea
l;ork Itland&siuart Aeorrm..
Ki ic k I land &tiruoklyn Ac
ami i-ia an
ac til :10 pm
am t 5:10 am
am t X :10 am
am .t Sr.Vipm
am tll:( Sim
pmjt 6:85 am
am T o:.w pn
pm t 7:1s am
pmjt 7:30 am
pmlr 7 40 am
'Arrival. t Departure. tDslly.exceptSandaj.
A H olbcni daily. Telephone WW.
BCRLINOTOH ROUTE C B. A Q. BAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth
street, M. J. Tonne, agent.
u oisBxprsss 7:00am' 7:W)pm
fit. honls Express 7mo pmi 6:55 am
r-terliri;, DubnqneeSt. Pan 1 6:40 pm 7:50 am
Bcrutown Passenger I 3:50 pm 11 :15 am
McrHr.g. Dubnqne A st.Panl 7:55 am! 8:S0pin
Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
fUIC AGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL
V-' Railway Raetne A banthweatern Division
Depot Twentieth street, between Firat and
Bocotid avenue, S. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
! LAve. Aaanri
Mail and Kxprees
Kt. Tail Express
FreiKl.t and Aecom lodsfn. '
l:ily except Honday.
7M0 ami :! pm
9:00 am 7:K)pin
ock Island a I'eoria Railway
Depot Firat Avenne and Twentieth street
TRAINS. I LtAV
Eastern Ex. "The Trllbv". . j I :S' am
IVfina bt Inula Mall Ex...; 'ft:! am
Expire 1:45 pm
I'eoria Accom. Freight 7:10 pm
Cable (via riherranli Accom.' 8:00 am
. I able Aocommod atlon ...... : 8 : 40 ai
Cable AcconynHlation ' 8 :V piu
Piweofer trains leave C. R. I. A P. (Mollne
avenue) depot five (5) minutes earlier than time
iriveu. Train marked daily, all other trains
uauy except eunuay.
ULKLINOTOIT, CEDAB UAPIDS A
Northern Railway, depot foot of Brady
rtreet, Davenport. Jas. Morton, tie a. Tk't A
4 :.S5 pm
Well Ll'x-rty Trains
a IS :45 pm
b7 :25 pa
a Daily. Miauy except Sunaav. tooing north,
t'lolim Month and eaxt. No. IV runs between
CVdar Hapida and West Libeity.
To the East via the
R. . & P.
In Effect June 30.
Lv lfiirk Island
(' II I Jt V Depot
Lv II. k inland
Twentieth et Depot
Ar Cincinnati... .......
Ar Jacksonville.... .
Ax st lentils
Ar l.tticoln... ......
Ar Kv insvtlk
45am 8 00 am 14(lpm
4 37 am! 8 05 am
1 45 pm
5 00 pm
7 2Ti am
0 r7 am
3 50 pm
B 15 pm
9 5"i pm
'll 20 am
i I l.'pm
I 10 pm
I Q OS nm
7 37 am
7 31 am
8 11 urn
8 M Din
111 'JO pm
in i am
lu 50 am
3 10 pm
6 M pm
8 40 pm
n r am
8 M pin
9 l.'i nm
9 45 am
II l am
1 10 pm
12 05 put
l( 00 pm
7 Ml pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
KOCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through Pekin, Hav
ana. Springfield and Litchfield.
Lines cast of l'coria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
. R. STOCKHOUSE,
Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. J. YOUNG, JR.
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Blaib, Vaster; L. B. Scitib. Clerk.
leaves Koek Inland for knncatlne. New
Ikwion. Keithnbanx, Oqaawka, sad Bar
Ami Kkiday, at 4:30 p. m.
Mre room and good meals. 8wc!a! rates
to parties ef av or more who with to
fake the mnnd trip. Ths Toong has
been very recently purchased and Sited
ui for tut trade, and la not surpawd by
anvthlngon th Mlatisilppl for elegance
GEORGE LAMOST A SON. Aeent.
Diamond Joe Line Warehouse.
Jo tin Voile Sc Co,
HOUSE BUTT .DEBS.
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Siding. Flooring, WslBsenetlng
IsUstrwst, betstaaadlta avs
THE LARGEST PIECE
OF C00D TOBACCO
o. oosxxllt. a. d. oomrsxi.T.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second floor, over Mitchell A Lyndc'a.
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
OOce in Rock Island National Bank bending.
a. d. swasxx r. a l. walkss.
Sweeney 6c Wallier,
Attorneys and Conncellors at Law
Orf.ce in Bengston's B'octr,
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Legal hnslncss of all kinds promptly a'.tendnd
to, Mate's Attorney of Hock Island county.
Office, i-ostoffiea Block.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security; mute collec
tions. Keftrenoe. Mitchell A Lynus, bankert,
0oe. Postofflce Block.
Drack &z Kerar ,
Architects and Superintendents.
Room T M f! A Bnlldlng, cor Third avesae
and Nineteenth street.
Oeo. P. StaudtLhar,
Plans and snpenr.tcndence for all r'.ass of
Balidinga. Rnom 64 kud 65, Hltchell A lynde
Baildlug. Take elevator.
Dr. "W. H. L.udewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat.
Office In Treeman'e new bnilding, comer Sev
enteenth street snd Third avenue, Iiock lelaud.
Telephone No. inf.
Dr. Chas. M. Bobortson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttaker Block, southwest corner
Third and Brady strsets. Davenport, Iowa
Booms 17 and 18. Honrs: B toll a. ml tot p-ra.
W. A. Darling,
Boom 4. Mitchell A Lyndc'e building.
R. M. Ifearce,"
Rooms 29 and 31 in HitcheU A Lynda's aei
Bnlldlng. Take elevator
V Geo. llelriTnanr.mj irof thcJl Illinois ?V
V Infantry, sayr: "I was slot fonr times f
durinirthe war. and have suffered 30 veare i
fmm Woixo Khcvtiv Thr-c hittles
of "Sohra s $1,000,000 Rher.-
matic Cuie" eo.i.p'tiely cuixd nie, and
I eheerfullv and hertilv endi-r-e 1t as beirg
all U l claimed, and b.ing the beat thiui;
I know of for the Bvs In Blue who have
& rheumatism." 77 fifth avst.ue. L'bicaa-o. r
5j Major Ileirzman has a rhallenpe poll
J medal for conspicuous gallantry on the oat-
i Guaranteed the best rrrnedv nn earth fir
V Bhe mtti'man-4 Neurilsia. Write today.
Never fails. J
jsWAXSOX K1IF.UMATIC CURE jS
Z COMPANY. Owners. 5
jjc 187 Dearhcra Stteet, - - Cuinoo
Fold by T. n. Thomas and Marshall A f
Fi;ker, aients for Rock li aod.
h oO.cxxj Persons Cured.
A iat ". r-ar auwlMa. rc;W r rj
pH I WJliIl. I aallTgaafaay OT psUOf Ui PI O-
tKruuua, hor uvi br ow S
Is4tiM -Mtna.l7. lnvt.mrtc tlMOT
er'ca, Ucmmrof itai.mtlo,
toApr-r. ft. f-T box. or trwi iU taual
micd la p!rti vTircr. Jvi e us
pra.mp far imrtlniaa .-. ni by sUrf4
So'd y Hans A UUemeyer and T. B. Thomas.
VIVC Vftll '. I Offer
ilAIC IUU Cicrrd Swim Actrn. OM sere.
(Jeers In Bosth. HalrKalimTl Write fMk
tHKBI aiasMle Teaaple
tsleas. 111 lur prmU of cares. 4 Upl4
faw. dwvw. tri cumcum is A
ise mm ssri. 1
As Exemplified by the Demo
crats of the State.
IEEE SILVEB ADVOCATES BEATEN.
Money Plank eg the National Convention
erf 1Q91 Beafflrmed Mulct Law Con
demned and lligh License, Local Option
and Mannfaetvre of Liquors In tbe state
Favored Babb Nominated for Governor,
with Bestow for His Running Mate.
Marshalltowx, Iv, Aug. 8. One of
the most notable state conventions In the
history of the Iowa Democracy closed In
this c'.ty last evening. Since Monday
there had been a bitter strife between
two opposing elements of the party one
contending for a ticket and platform on
a "sound money" basis the other clamor
ins tor free coinage without waiting for
an international agreement. From start
to finish tbe whito metal contingent did
nearly all the talking an the street, in the
hotel lobbies, at the various headquarters,
in tho committee rooms and caucuses,
and finally on tho flxr of the convention.
Hy an apparently furtutitous incident
the sil7cr men had a Hue chance to ex
ploit their views in tho convention hall
during tho tf:crnoon, from tho fact that
tho resolutions committee got Into o
wrangle on the financial plank that kept
them in tho committee room till nearly 4
o'clock, the currency resolution being
overhauled aud reconstructed a time or
two beforo an agreement was reached,
and the rnnjority making a persistent ef
fort to avert the introduction of a minori
. Listened to Free Silver Speeches.
During the interval the convention did
nothing but listen to free silver
speeches by Senator B liter, John Shea,
Judgo Carr, Fred White, Sam Evans and
Colonel Mucknv, all radical white metal
champions. The "sound money" men
preserved silence, except that Cato Sells
made a short talk of a conciliatory char
acter. The controversy grew warm and
bitter when a minority report favor
ing free coinngo vras introduced and an
other prolonged silver discussion was
precipitated aud for awhile tho proceed
ings v,-cro tumultuous. Tho final roll
call on tho resolutions ahowd the whito
metal men defeated by a voto of GilX "to
4-TJ,'a'. A mighty shout, minglod with
groans, hisses nnd anathemas, followed
tho nnnouncoment of the result. Alarno
number of frca silver delegates immedi
ately left the hall, not waiting for the
luildents of the Organization.
There wero l.CTDd'.'legutes present, every
county in tho state being fully represent
ed. Tho opening prayer was by Kev.
Father Linehan, a Koinan Catholic priest
of this city, nnd nn address of wclccmo
was mado by Mayor Pirce, who is a Re
publican, but who obtained applause by
saying that tho Democratic party was
greater than any one sentiment In the
party. Jacjpo French, of Davenport, was
temporary chairman and made a long
speech, In which ho gavo most promi
nence to the prohibition question and
held that prohibition must go. On tho
financial question be favored bimetallism,
but only at a ratio to be determined by
an international agreement. After tem
porary organization a recess was taken
and on reassembling ex-Senator Shields,
of Dubuque, was made permanent chair
man. Ticket That Was Nominated.
Tho nomination of a state ticket was
the first matter to como up when tho or
ganization was completed, and, it resnltod
as follows: For governor, Judgo W. 1.
liabb, of ML Pleasant: lieutenant gov
ernor, ex-Lieut. -Gov. Bestow, of Chari
ton; superintendent of public instruction,
Lyman B. Parshall. of Mnquokta; rail
road commissioner. Colonel George James,
of Dubuque; supremo judse. Senator
Thomas i. Harper, of Dcs Moines. Judgo
Habb mad'i a brief speech of acceptance,
in which ho said that tho differences ex
isting in the party wero in regard to do
tails rather than to groat principles. All
present wore honestly bimetullisls at
It is understood that Bestow will not
accept tho lieutenant governorship nomi
nation. Ho is a strong free coiuugo man,
and says he cannot consistently run on so
strong a "sound money" platform.
DECLARATIONS IX THE PLATFORM.
National Convention Flank on Money lie
aUruied Other Points.
The platform has this to say on the sil
ver q jest ion: Wa reaffirm the following
portion of the seventh plank of the na
tion Democratic convention: 'Wa hold
to the use of both gold and silver as
the standard money of the country, and
to the coinage of both gold and silver,
without discrimination against either
metal or chaievo for mintage; but the
dollar unit of coinage of both metals
must be of equal intrinsic nnd exchange
able value, or bo adjusted by inter
national cgreement, or by such safe
guards of legislation as shall insure the
maintenance of the parity of tho two met
als, and the equal power of every dollar
at all times la the market and payment
of debts; and we demand that the paper
currency shall be kept at par with and
redeemable in such coin.'
Tho minority report was an out-and-out
frec-coiuago-at-lG.to.1 plank, "with
out any frills." On other points the plat
form endorses the tariff legislation of the
last congress; favors tho popular elec
tion of United States senators; favors
just and liberal pensions to veterans of the
civil war; opposes trusts and monopolies;
demands non-partisan control of state In
stitutions, and denounces tho mulct law,
declaring tt nnfuir, hard on property
owners, and that it compromises the
honor of the state in declaring tho sale of
liquors a crime and condoning the crime
for a money consideration; demands a
local option high license law and a law
permitting the manufacture of liquors in
The new stato central committee was
chosen as follows: First district George
& Smith, Vanderburg; second. C 8.
Kanck, Johnson; Third, Robert O'Day,
Bremer; Fourth, John Foley, New Hamp
ton; Fifth, M. K Jackson, Cedar; Sixth,
C. A. Walsh. Wapello; Seventh, Hsnry
Reigelman, Polk; K-.gath, KX Curry,
Leon; Ninth, John E. McGuire, Audu
bon; Tenth. J. McCarthy, Greene;
Eleventh, T. D. Uiggs, Buena Vista.
Sew Rank fur Wisconsin.
Washington, Aug. a The comptroller
of the currency has authorised the First
National bank of New London. Wla.. to
begin business with a casual of ttJittaA
WROTE MANY POPULAR SONGS.
George F. Hoot. Whose Ballads Were Suns;
by AT very body, Passes Away.
Chicago, Aug. 8. Georga F. Root,
Whose death on Bailey's Island. oC Port
land, Ma, is announced, has a name that
is household word in the United States.
Perhaps no man in this country has
written so many songs that became and
for that matter are now popular as
Georgo F. Rjot Ho was 75 years old
and his residence had been in this city
since 150, and it was here that his war
songs were written.
His first song was "Hazel Doll" and all
men of middio age know how popular
that was. Then there was "Rosalie, tho
Prairio Flower," "The Old Folks at
Homo," and many other sentimental
songs. Of war songs tho best known and
most sung certainly so during and just
after tho war was '-The Battle Cry of
Freedom." Other war songs were "Just
Before the Battle, Mother," and "Tramp,
Tramp, Tramp, tho B:ys Are Marching."
By his compositions and his long life as a
teacher he did perhaps mora than any
other man in America toward elevating
the standard of popular inusio In this
Geortre Frederick Root was a native of
Berkshire count ir nhoni h wnc
born Au 80, l&M. From childhood his
love of inusio was intense. While work
ing as a boy on his father's farm he
learned unaided to play several musical
instruments, aud in his 18;h year he went
to Boston and soon found employment
thcro as a teacher of music. From that
day ho had never ceased to exercise a
marked influence on the musical history
of tho United States.
NEWSPAPER PRIZE SCHEMES.
Chicago Times-Hcrold Obtains Baling
From the Fottoffloe.
Washington, Aug. 8. Tho assistant
attorney general for the postoftice depart
ment has rendjred a decision in regard
to tho puzzle devices employed by some
newspapers to increase circulation. Tho
Chicago Times-Herald has been award
ing bicycles tij boys aud girls wha should
cut out and paste together and name cor
rectly disarranged fragments of portraits
of people notable in politics, art, the
drama, or wor. To this Chicago's post
master objected on the ground that tho
ECheme was a lottery.
Mr. Kohlnat, owner of Tho Times
Herald, called at tho department and
asked for a ruling. Judgo Thomas do.
cidod that if tho awards went by tuoiit
and not by chance the idea was not a lot
tery, but on a par with tho award of
prizes in a school or college.
STRIKERS QUIET AT ISHPEMINQ.
Many ol Them Going West to Work In
Mines in Montana.
IsnTEMIxa, Mich., Au;. a The strike
situation has simmered down to a dead
calm. There was the customary parado
from Negaunoe and Ishpeming to Union
park. There is a constant lessening of
tho number of strikers, many of whom
are going to tha west, Tho mines at
Butto, Mont., Ironwood and tho copper
regions are drawing tho men, and tho ef
fect may bo seen in the lessening num
bers in tho parade.
The exodus of miners is no Indication
of tho weakonlng of the union. Tho men
seem firm enough, as shown by tho fact
that one mining company offcrod tho
tl.50 and tJ.uO a day scale demanded by
tho men, but the latter would not go to
Parade, of I'nlon Veterans.
LtMA, O.. Aug. S. The annual parade
of tho Union Veterans' nnlon, which is
holding its annual meeting hero, al
though an Imposing spectacle showed
many faltering steps in the racks. Gov
ernor Morrill, of Kansas, and General E.
H. Hobson, of Kentucky, were the speak
ers of tho day. Governor Morrill said
that whilo tho government had been
generous in some particulars in many
others it hai been niggardly and dishon
est in dealing with the old soldiers. Hon.
W. B, Richie, supreme chancellor of the
Knights of Pythias, 6aid that his order
contained 40,0-Jii citizen soldiers trained
in the regular army drill, and ready to
respond to their country's needs.
Coming Gua eems To lie the Rifle.
Wasuixqtok, Aug. a There has been
received at the navy department a sample
of steel threo-fourths of an inch in thick
ness which had been pierced by a rifto
bullet of a caliber less than that of the
present army rid?, or about .31 The
samplo is interesting in that it shows
that the torpedo boats may be rendered
useless by good shots from such rifles.
The distance at which the steel sample
was piorced was about SW feet.
Itear Admiral Ammen Prostrated,
Washington. Aug. 8 Rear Admiral
Daniel A tureen, retired, while on a visit
to the navy department, was prostrated
by an attack of vertigo, superinduced by
tho excessive heat. Ho was treated tem
porarily by Surgeon General Tyron in
his offi.-e and then sent to his homo at
Animendale, Md., accompanied by As
sistant Surgeon Guest. Tho attack is be
lieved to bo serious in view of the ad
vanced age of the admiral.
Coins; to Duplicate Our Columbia.
Wasuisgton, Aug. & News has
just reached the navy department
that the . French government has
shown its appreciation of the fine
capacities of tho flset cruiser Colum
bia by ordering Mie immediate construc
tion of two vessels as nearly duplicates of
the famous American flyer as they can be
made In ths absence of our exact plans.
Flay of the ISail Clubs.
CHICA09, Aug. 8 Liaguo scores at
base ball were aa follows: At Pittsburg
St. Louis 1, Pittsburg "IS; at Cincin
natiChicago 6, Cincinnati 6; at Phila
delphiaBaltimore 7, Philadelphia 6; at
Cleveland Louisville 3, Cleveland IS;
(second game) Lousville 3, Cleveland 6:
at New York Washington 8, New York
V; at Boston Rain.
Cubans Ul owing Cp Bridges.
New York, Aug. a Reliable advices
received here from Cuba are to tbe effoct
that the Cubans have blown np with dyna
mite the railroad bridges near Sancti
Spirltu. It is also reported that Conda
Lersundl, or Sersundi, has joined the In
surgents, Gone to Hunt Iloward Piissl Again.
Philadelphia, Aug. a Detective
Geyer, who was called from Chicago to
confer with District Attorney Graham in
reference to tbe Holmes caae, has left for
Chicago again to continue hxs search Utt
Howard x-iuai. ,
New York Financial.
New York. Aag. T.
Money oi call eay at 1 per reat.
Prime mercantile papjr 3 At pr coat
Surling exchange firm, with actual bus
inea ia banners' nils at wrilii lor
demand and 43i:U. for sixty day: posted
rates 4JJiiill anl 4J. -.; CJiauuroUl
silver curtificatei G5. s Joi 21,0 j0; bar sliver,
66-4. Afexio.n dollars, U.'-i-United
Mates g .vernuiuat bonds steady:
new 4s reg., IS.'; do. coupons 1; 7s reg..
Hi; it's coupons, 1154: l'are. 4's coup
en. ll-'H: reg.. i;,; ! -ma 6' of I s 10J.
ejhloago a! raw aatl Produce.
Chicago, Au;. 7.
Following were the quutatims oa the
Bard of Traie tdy: Wheat AuguU
opened Gfrbx closed tC-g-j; Soptember, oieuod
C'itc cioed 4x2: l x:.9tn.or. opened tiliac.
cli-ed Tiitj 4.:orn August, nominal, eluded
3'?$:: S-pteuibx. opeaed 4r-4", i'lxel 3--i",
Dutember, opened 33c closoi ilSir; 11 iy.
opened SS7s closed 3it Oats Aagait,
nomiual. c-ogo! 2"&- September, opened
riHiC. Fork Sopteinbcr. opsned !.3U.
closed 5.S.: January, opened SI M i c.ojed
JiO.lj. L.vd Septoaib.-r, opened t5.9-'.
closed S-itt-'H. -
Produce: Hotter Kits creamery. 19 pr
lb; extra dairy, 17c; pick:n; fctoeit. 8
Vc. E.gs Freah stuck, lou off, IHf&llc por
dozen. Live poultry Spr I'Uic.oua, 1.J
llj per lb; htiu, c; rous:e.e, i,j.'!c: tut
keyj, 8$:;; d icij, 8.U;; KJJiJ, Sl'M.i
4.iuperdoz. P. ums-Oluo. 3i ai5jpor ba.
Hlsckoerri.-s, Jl.ciiian. H.iOiLTi per ldjt
cas. Mew apples 7 c it!. DO pjr bid. Uoney
White clover, l-los-eUont, uew stock. UHttS
14c: brow a comb U.iUJo; dark couib. pojr
packaged. So; utr.iiaed California.
Chicago Live Mock.
Chicago, Aug. 7.
Livo Stock Prices nt ths Uuiio Stjclc
yards today r.insei as follow : llo Este
mated rocaipts for ths day, U"l; ale
ranged at ill.tOSil.77 iig st 7d,).3 liht,
HM'uLI.W ro igh pickiui;. $l.tv$Vu) mixed,
and (LHHVj heavy packing ah l shipping
Cattle Estiuiatal receipts f ir the day,
11.U J'; quotations ranged at ".5llfcVgj cliuicj
to extra sLipping st.v-rs, t.TJli g.rod t
choice do., it 1 ti.7ituir to good, $1I.S)'4.0)
comiu in t j inedi um do., ll.l t 7j butcuur'
stoera, f tt).2i.0i stoekers, Ji.'J, 41.(11 fdedArs,
cowi, t-jJt4l huifor., S-'.OI'il.HJ
bull-s $-.6i,3,t , Texas steers, SiaU.i6i.7i veal
Pheep-Estimatad receipts fjr the day,
13,UUi; sals ranged at -.3I:I.8 wosterm,
tc'.;o.(;i.(w Texaus, $L7j,L7j natives, aud il
The Loral Markets.
Oils-Now. aic: old. 25c
Ifa Timotny. $14. mlwl. 1132114; wlid,
4fr:i-.w; eiougn ci.ti3. oaiea.fi.s.
rilCIT AND VEUCTACLES.
Bntter Fair tc choice, 10:; fresh cream
Kzps Fresh, 10VJ !.
Foultry Colckc js. G:.
Cstllc Bulchors py for om fed steers
3m5:; cows and neifcrs, ilt'i''i calves
Spring lamb. $i.iGi$4. a bead.
Coal Soft, it.
Shot nil Mother's Alleged Aisallant,
Macon, Ma, Aug. a A warrant was
sworn out at Woodvlllet this county,
charging Mr. Lenon, aged 40, with at
tempting to assault a widow i named
Whittakor. A posso of twenty started
after Lffiuon, and when they found him
Mrs. Whlttaker's lli-yoar-old son Imme
diatcly shot him twice, one bullot strik
ing him in the faco and tho other in the
breast, dangerously injuring him.
Robbed on a Train by Tramps.
Columbus, O., Aug. 8 M. L Mooney
of Sc. Marys, O., sail to be general mana
ger of tho Michigan Life Iusuranco com
pany, was held up by live tramps at Up
per Saudusky, being tho sole occupant of
a chair car on the C , H, V. and T. rail
road, the other passengers being at sup
per. The amount taken is not known.
You otifjlit to know that when suf
fering from any kidney trouble that
a safe, sure remedy is the Clinic Kid
ney Cure. Guaranteed or money re
funded. Sold at M. F. Bahnsen's
Toe A Rous. 10c a week, delivered
every evening at yonr door.
We Offer YOU A REMEDY Which
insures Safety to Life of Mother
Bote Ccwfiaeveat of IU Pais, Honor ud Risk.
My wife uwJ -MOXnrRV FKIEXD be
fore her lirnt cUtlct had n rrimp srax quickly ra
lieviHl eu Serf tig but liuie oo (hUiis altorwarcl
E. E. JOHNSTON, Eufala, Alav.
ry Rent by Mall or Eipre-. on rtwiptof prtce,
Vl.Qttpcr bottle. BooK-Iofcottoer rsusuiLuFrv.
BBAI)r lXLD KEGCLATOB CO-, ATLAKTA, GA
4Wld by all IHvcrlats.
And Floor Paints,
1610 Third avenue.
.WW-BT WS IIWH
ra-bccM tub avbotb
KtJtrLTA m M T Cr.. all
ilotA.eU"-, cmii-fX by pmt Uu -,eivcai Tl-r and pis
to hr"nn or?anJ, avr.d ni'kiy bet mr iy r ft ore
Lm Ss-aVa-- n oUI or joum. 4--u-ilj carri- im r r-
p-lf- I l- f-kauj5- fetx for hh m
wTummt-tmrwr'mrmmm yrtliB. ltm't
4V-kr an tjr.intu,, Lmt Ilk t-t on Isaticbt I.N UAPO, If
SOLD at tbe Harper Hom Drue Hunucr
ft OCK ISLAND. ILL.: by Wm. Clmdoui
MOLJXE. ILL. and ot-ec ieaduc droccisuk
I C M M
li7 1 tf I
r -W m 1aw M - wa wSsWal
PnOTHERS, Do You Know that rare coric.
Illj Bateman'a Drops, Oodtrey'a Cordial, many cx-allrl ti,othini; rupa, and
meet remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine
Do Tow Know that opium and morphine are stuprf lng narcotic poisons
Po Tow Knoxr that in most countrios druciriit3 aro nut penulttej to sell narcotfca
Without Inticling them poisons T
Po Tort Know that you Should not permit any medic 10 to bo gteca your child
ocIms yoa or your physician know of what it i coni;w3cd f
Pe Yon Knew that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Its irjgredienU is published with every bottle 1
Po Yon Know that Caoria is the prescription of the fa eas tr. Farauel Mt hrr.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, an J that mora Castoria is bow soli than
of all other remedies for children combined 1
Po Ton Know that the Fotcnt Office Depart eat of tha United States, and of
other coon tries, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
" Castor! M and its formula, and that to imitate them is a state rrisou ofTocse ?
Po Ton Know that one of the reasons for anting this go nan ent protectioawas
because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely haxmloss?
Po Ton Knew that 35 average doses of Castoria are furnished for 3&
4 ts, or one cent a dose t
Po Ton Kno.v that when poescased cf this perfect preparation, your chQJrea ma
te kept well, and that J i may have unbroken rest t
Wells thr-n tilings are worth knowing. They are fecta.
Children Cry for
JODH at. PABIDON.
Painters and Decorators
FAPEE HAKdSSS, etc.
SZOP, il9 Soveateenth St., EOCH ISLAND. III..
The Mo line
State Savings Bank,
Molinr, III, Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Succeeds tlie Molina Ssficra Bsuk
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits
Orean'iicd ondcr ?talb Laws.
Icn from ft a. tn. to 3 p. m., ano
ednesals; and Saturday sights front
7 to tt p m
Pobtkb SEtmncn, - - President
IIibax DaaLiBa, Vice President
C F HEniHWAT, - - Cashier
Poarca Eitnrea, Iliaaa Dabliso.
II II AtsswoBTU, Geo n Edwabim,
C P Bbwekwat, C A Rosa, '
C E Aisswoura, W H Adams,
W W Wills.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Alade for privat) artirs In the garden
HKt of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of Orchard, Neb
E. W. Dart, President.
J. S. Dabt, Cashier.
Mitchell Lytde. bankers .
1 V KobUuon, cashier Bock Ie!an9 National
C C Carter. M D.
Ilcnrj Dart's boos, wbolcssle croccrs.
Estate of John M. Dctj'-na, Deceased.
Tbe under. Sifted bavin? hm ,
IMrator of tbe mate of John M. Uttjene. late of
um cuBPif t noci iBiraa, sune or III. uois, fls
ceased, hereby slvcs notice thst he will appear
before the county conn of Kock Island coun
ts, at tbe office of tbe clerk nf said nun in
the city of ltoeklelar.a, st the October term, on
the first Monday In C ctntter r nm, at which
time ail perwms having claims aca.r.rt said es
tate are noticed and req vested to atteuu, for Um
psrpnM of barlna the same arijo-ted.
A II perona Indebted to said estate are reqnevt
e1 to niak a lmnat diata payment to the onder
s!ne3. Dated this 'b dayo? Jaly. A, D. 15.
nEKVAN DETJKNS, Administrator.
STA T B OF ILLINOIS. ..
iiock isuxn uoctt. I
lothedrciitconrt, eeptemher term, 1S95
Josie kiclMnald vs. Anour McUonaid. iu chan
A1B lavit of ncn re sid-oee of Sithir McOonaM.
the above di fendnnt. hine been tied ia lbs
clerk's nlilee of tbe cirrnlt conrt of fa!d county,
Botire ia therefore bcreby siven the "il rnti
residett defendant that the comilaitiant fl'ed h r
bill nf complaint in sid court, on itie ehtneery
sWe thereof, on the Ktb day f May. 1 "'. an I
tbat thereuiioa a sooittioos isui d out of ss:d
eoort. wheretn said suit l now pnlne rwrrna-
uw ub uic em ansfitj in tte ni'rt.ui or rwpiem
br nrrt. as is bvlawreasin-d. Xo. unit e.
the raid nor resident detesdanl ahnre named.
Arthur MeUonald. shall prrvinaily be and
appear before tbe said circuit coarton tbe Snt
dy of the i. xt o-rn i thereof, to he bolder at K"ck
Island in and for the said conniy on tbe firat
Mondsy in September next, sr.d p.'-ad. snswer or
demur to ths said comp'sinsot's Dill of cmtlsUit,
tbe same and tbe maiters and thinss therria
charred atd tated will le taken as eonfarsed,
and a decree entered azaiust you accordinir to
the prajer of aaid bill.
GCOBGK W. OAMCLK,Cterk.
Cat lint, Complainant's Solicitor.
Bock laland. III., Jalj ss, INS,
BKKET A. PA III DON
Huesisg & Hocft
lleprosentino; amonj other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochester Ocrman Ins Co....
Wertciicstrr Firo ....
iiullalo OcrTan " ....
iprinar Oonloa ....
.Rochester, N X
....IlnlTaln. N Y
Ucrtnaa r ire
Vauchestor N II
.....New Haven, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth streel
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Tclephono No. 1017.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL-
HAYES & CLEAVELANO,
Representing over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
FIRE. LIFE, TORNADO, ACCI
DENT, MARINE, EMPLOY
Bonds of Suretyship.
Office -EcngMon's b:ork. Rock l snd, HI.
Secure onr rates; they will Interest you.
J. M. BUFORD.
Tfce old Fle and Tina-tries Compulse
LC2S85 Prcmptly Paid.
tet as lew at acj reliable toxapsxy can afford
Toot Painmace Is sol 'cited.
Waihn Ziaytolzz Trea a Flao
Silk Haratwr-tlcf to a ClrcniTaLi.
L&ce Cartalafi a Specialty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. M. PARKER.
Telephone No. 12 14.