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SATURDAYrAUGUST 24, 1895.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
J'HICAOO, BUCK ISLAND PACIFIC)
kailwavl Icfteta can he poichaacd or hae;
F.t chi.-i li-d t Ultr Twentieta Meet depot
or C K I F depot corner Flftk avenue and
rhirty-first atrecf. Frank H. Ploauner, Agent.
litLVji i.:atlu;d lno.n.
Fl. Wur.lt, Denver &.C..
Omaf.sA Of Motne .
lOmaha & JSfnneapotle
Graat.att Den Mou.es Kz..
fomabaaV M inrie-a'ioHe Kz.
Iletm-r, l.ii.rolu A Oniaha...
St. fa-l & M!nteapol's....
Dei.v.r, rv Worth A K. C.
Keaii rite SU Joseph.
JHork Uln.l Washiuetoa
Vbir. wn Jr lies Moines
pork MsndAstuart Acoira. .
Krk I- landAIJroi.k'yn Ac...
Ml .iv u
a e .u
as! 3 -SO pa
anj 4 Warn
m Tti pin
ami? :1n am
am til 6pm
t :Vi am
ait. t 3 :3S pm
t I 4.',
pa t 7:1am
piul 7 41) am
ArnTal. t Departure. tlaliy,ezeept8nnday.
All others dally. Telephone lino.
BURLlSOToN ROUTK-C. B. ft O. BAIL
wajr Depot Fim avet-ae and blxtusnlh
lt.-er. . J. Yoone. agent.
7 Tui no.
6b Lome Kxpress .
6 5t an
Sterlttiir. Dubtia i-!ut. ran t:40 am
Beanlrtown Pect;trer ! '.'..VI poj
H't-N.nir. iiuonquB -t.raij r i noun-.
Mir tDsil) except Sunday.
pUICAOO. MILWACKF.IC ST. PACL
l'l)ar tiacine aanthwestera Division
D-p.- T" ntlets stn-et. between First and
Fr-cord art-mcs, K. D. W. Holme, Agent.
TaiO am' :tlpa
4:W pta 11 mitre
Otil am 7: pm
Ma and Blpre-a
St. fail t xpress
Frrig il aii'l Arrommodsfn
Daily exrrpt Sundny,
OCK Isi.AKD 41 1'EOKIA KAILWAT
n-Mt Firt Averne and Twentieth street
F.a'!rn F.x - lie'frlil"r i
,1'r'itut Mioo! Mail 1ST...1
I - ria Arn-n. P-sleV
iVilr via Wwmw.i Aicoio,
I ah,' icrummM'.i'ii t
i t' A"iimolnHnn '
I" ft pm
I : is nut
7 &r am
Fa' ni'rr tr-P li-avo c.1., K. I A K (Mnlliir
avi tii.u) ! pol ee (fi mtnntra i irlK-r than time
plvrn. Truin. tnarU' d dal y, all other truar
aily rzrept ha' day.
IJ I UMNt.TUM, Ckuab Rapiis
MifTturn l ailway. diot fuot of Ureal)
trrct, Kuvii.purl. wa. aiorttan, Wca. Ta't A
i :'ir pu. nio .ift aic
li7 i mj Ml 4' i-rr
,Wri l.lM-r.v Ithih-
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IfS WnTU Jjl1:tn-
l:'lprn I W:Wat
( . t.ily. hitauy except hnnaav. tiloine north
j'Joli i Month i.tiJ eat. No. IS rum U:to, x
' t'c'ur .'.aplOj and Wofl Lltieity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
la Effect Juno 30.
Lt HKk iJlnn l
f K I & C l.
l.v lim k .i-l.tnil.
.1 4 mam!
8 (XI ao
8 OS am
1 45 pm
5 no pm
9 is pm
H ) i nm
7 lu an
8 -ii pm
P 411 pra
6 r-.' a:n
0 l.' nm
4 37 am
a r Imltir.-iiMilia .
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Ar M L'niii. . . .
Ar ! iitt-oln......
r lli rauir
Ar ler n- .....
ArTi rrw llantn
7 K am
8 Id pm
in jii pm
' B M pm
I III .Mi am
9 45 am
II in am
I 10 pm
0 40 pi.
12 IB pin
TI I ROUGH CAR SERVICE
IIOCK ISLAND TO ST. I.OIIS.
Train leaving Kock Islani! at
a. m. carrici tliroujjh coach to St.
Louis, passinjr through Pekin. llav
atin. Srin;liulil ami Litchlii-lil.
Linos cast of l'eoria carry tlironjrh
cnaclica atul ulrcpinp cars on night
train to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Tho Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Biair. Mailer; L, B. Scirrn, Clark.
I rarra Knek Irland for hamtlne New
Imi.U'O. K.ittitburg, Uqaanki, and Bar
And Ekioat, at 4:30 p. m.
Nice rooms and rood ua!r. lav'a! nt
to ptmrt of tlve or more who wlab 10
roaLe the round trip Tlit Voomt ha
Kei-n loiy reeectly parrhaaed aril ttttrd
np for (hit trade. Mid I- a I run e.l hy
anTthinc the Minlippl ft alaanc
OBUUUK LAMONT ft SON, Arcnta.
DUmond Joe Line Warchoa.r.
John Voile fc Co,
Sash, Dour an l Itlinds,
And all kintla of
Woodwork for Ituihlcrs
Btdlns. Flooring. Valsacoatlnc
lltk ntnet, bat Ji and Stk ra
i DELICATE IVOIIET
should tm CSACFIILD'S E
I II tkata Ttf IK and mrmvtmm mm-M
jvrxni iminiKe in nrentrtoeninabersyatemll
4 bydrirloa Uironah Uie proper channel alltm-N
t parities. Health and atrengiii are csaranteedS
I to resu.t from lis nsa. " J
1 By wife waFbediiild.n for eltrhteen monthr.D
1 tmm tar Iwtk m...rl.. . . .. T,. .
tu. .UUJWJJ, JialTern, Ark.
CRAPFIELD nEUCLAIOC CO, ATLANTA. OA.
Sold brail PnitrirUts at at M oer bottle.
a. o. ooaaaxLT.
a. d. coaaau.T.
Ckmnelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee) second floor, over Mitotan ft Lrndot
aaak. Money to loaa.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Ofllce hi Rack Island National Bank bollrttojr.
. p. awtamcr.
a I. WALZSK.
Sweenoy St Walker,
Attorneys and Councillors at Iaw
(Wre la Ben(ron Blnrk
Cbarlos J. 8arlei,
Attorney at Law.
I. iral n.li. f ai klude petHtiotly itttn.O"
. rMate". Attorney of Huck Ulaud Coaiitr
'hire, roxtiirCoa H.rk.
McEiury M Mcilniry,
AJiornuys at Law.
toe.ii ntnif a tr! tenntyt aaae eolHo
!.-. K.-i-'--n,. Htwbel) LvfitM, tauasora
mVe.. Vtar.ra e Hknia.
Uraoer &- Kornr.
Architect and SuptrinteuJenLs.
tt.n T M n A UuUitlint, cur Third avenue
an,l TSIiifteetilh e-rct.
Geo. P. Stauduhhr,
Piar.s and anierl.tenilt)nre for aM elaea o
B'M-l nfa, Knonu iU tu.4 , MluUoll Lynrt'
B iildlitaT Take elevator.
Dr. V. H Ludewlg
Spucinlint of Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat.
Offlre In Trceman's icw holljim;, comer -ontet
nth stmrt and Third ayt-'tiae, Iioek Island.
Telephone No. 1UI8.
Dr. Chats. 2.L Bobortson,
Eye, Ear. Noe and Throat Only
Oa.iv, Whl'iaaer Block, aoutliwest coma.
Tlliil and lirMy slraeU, Dnvniipirt, Iowa
K.n I7ni IS. Ilinrr: 9 toll a mt t4 It)
W. A. Darling,
t.oum 4. MiUhell ft Lymle'a buiWinc
K. M. Pearce,
Knoraa and 31 In Mitchell ft Lynda's aea
Maliti ne. Taae alovator
Who does not want her
waihing done in the
thortcst time and ceat
c.t. way is hard to find.
Those who use
f.Jr.1 the iic8t results, lie
cunse it is made from
fucli materials that it
cannot injure the most
!elicato fabric and will
rave time and labor.
Follow them and jou
will lind that you hive -
struck a good thing.
QSZAT BOCS XSLANS tab soap
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and re
moves grease, paint, etc.
Warnock & Ralston
Soap Makers. Book Island.
D s" i
h) i r i
OS S i
-m ? o g 1
W ? - I
GOT A MOVE ON HIM
Eustis Does Something in the
ETATE DEPABTME5X 13 GsItITIED,
As It Was Begiaalas to saipeet m Lack at
Eaeryry at tba Parle End of the Wire
Katry Department People Think Jobaay
Halt la Warklnw a Schema la the Chl
aeaa Oatrajra Case Keport aa the Ghb
caa;a traiaaf;a CaaaL
WAsniSCTOw, Ang. S4 A PjrU cable
Lhta the following: "It is senii-officially
nnonncod that the French gorornmont
has granted the request of ths Unitod
State ambasaador, James B. EusJls, to
allow a representatlVQ ot the United
States embassy to visit John L. Waller
tn his prison, under the usual prison regu
lations. It is stated, however, that no
further steps can be taken until the pa
pers in the case arrive. It Is understood
that pressura has been brought to bear
opon Eastls from Washington in view of
the strong representations mado in the
American newspapers on the subjoct naJ
that nothing will bo left undono to arrive
at the true facts in the case. The nego
tiations betwoen tho two governments
re said to be proceeding in tho most
friendly spirit." Tho foregoing is a state
tnent of the status of tho- case from His
French puiut ot view.
Sort ot Ite fleets an Koatle.
The state uopartment here has a dis
patch from Eustis to tho samo rrToct. Of
ficials of tho department are grstilied to
learn that Ambnssadcr Eustis bos mado
a move in the matter of Waller and car
ried out n portion of the instructions
which novo bcon sent him. The depart
ment has felt that its cCorts In this casa
have not been as ably seconded at Paris
as they might havo been, and Ambassa
dor Eustis explains in his dispatch that
tuo deiay has been due to the absence of
the minister of foreign n Hairs. The de
partment believ.'S that within a few days
tho French governunt will make some
response to tho n quest niailo for tho pa
pers In tho case ot Waller. It is recog
mzid nt tlie department that the French
irovernuient is not only slow, but that the.
Frencn ponplo aro inclined to be 110111611
at tho course pursued br th,i. Americans,
as shown in tho resotitmont lult beo-kusn
tho cumm.inilor of the Costino hud fulled
to salute the French at Tarn itave.
Our Position as to Mndsacar.
It is Hit. light that niueli may be mado
of this incident by the French, tn order
to still further dolnythe settlement of
the Waller cat-e. It is probable that tho
United States authorities will not allow
tho two thinfM to be coupled, but will in
sist that the Waller vaso must be consid
ered solely on its own merits. The Unlto.l
Htntcs has not recognized the Froiica pro
tectorate over Madagascar, nor has it re
fused recognition. Consul Wcttor, who
Is ut Tumalavc, is only acting consul in
ono sense, as the United States has never
applied, for nor received an exequatur
from him. Iu advisin.tr the caramander
of the Casline not to rec; friizj or salute
tho French the depart meal presumes
that Welter bos taken tho riht courso
and kuows what hu is about, nud will net
upon thht assumption autil sumcthins
to the cmtrury is loarne I.
Would Slake the Ioe Clear.
Tho effect this position of the consul
and the commnnder of t ho Costino muy
have npon tlio Walter claim is altogether
speculaliv,. If French control is not
rocacuized in the Ul.iml, . and in fact
saould bo donied by the Unite! States
government, it would define clearly tho
issue mid luuko the claim of Waller in
(Imputable (roia all American viewpoint;
but it is said that auc'.i ;i positiou by I ho
U tilled Citates is not in o ssary to the cs
tnlilishtncnt of tho Waller claim, if
Wuller received his concession from a do
S11GUT Itlll'(K Till: UCE LKVtl.
Coucltu ous of slia batxineera Wlio Looked
at Cltlraito's Caual.
WAIiiycTOS, Aug. Si. Tho board o!
United Suites ottsliuurs Cj1o:u1 Poa,
Major Huff ner nnd Maj ir Marshall which
recently examine.! the question ot the ef
fect of the Chicago draiun;jj channel oa
the level of the cre.it lakes, has male its
re-port, but nothing can bo learned direct
ly ns to tho contents. Front what the
eupineors havo ci-uiliy said it Is be
lieved that the rrp -rt is In substance that
tho elfect of tho oiil iw on tho lakes
could not to accurately toid, but that tho
out ll iw through tho canal might reducs
the lake level Irnui three to eight Inches.
The present menu How through the St,
Clnir river is about li.OJO cubic feet per
Bvcrtid, and through Aiiazara river about
i'i.0oi) cubic ffet Mr second, according to
the best available data.
The drainage canal would carry off
abont 10,0(M cubic feet per second. Tho
uie-nn annual UucwautKin between high
and low water lu tho lakes tlai to nat
ural causes varies from 1 2 feet in Lako
Superior to 2 07 in Lake Ontario. Mi joi
KutTner has intimaud that the loweriua
of the lake level would not exceed 0.8 of
foot. . The ti tko Carriers' association is
making every ffjrt to prevent the build
ing ut tho canal, and has gotten the co
opcrattoa of the Canadian engineers and
Canadian shipping interests in opposing
apy steps that would resnit in lowering
the lake levels. Of course Like Michigan
Is wholly in the United States, but it is
claimed that L ike Huron would be gov
erned by the level of Michigan, and thai
It is a border lake. '
THOSE WHOM THE UOD9 DSSTKOT.
Ah Bta Seems t Uava Attained That Oaa
Washisgtok, Aug. 21 A cablo from
London quotes a special "dispatch from
Shanghai saying that the A embers of the
commission which recently left Foo Chow
for Cheng Ta In ordor to Investigate the
massacre of missionaries there are virtual
ly prisoners, and that Commander Newell,
of the United States cruiser Detroit, has
gone to Cheng Tu to consult with HI
son, the United States consul at Foo
Chow, who it the leading member of the
commission, about the landing ot tho
marines for his protection." It is said
here that "Ku Cheng" is meant who re vox
"Cheng Tu" Is ased in the London dis
patch, as Cheng Ta is ths scons of the
June riots and 1 1,111 miles from Foo
Chow. , ;
Naval cG1.ua!, though without informa
tion tiieinseives, are Inclined to discredit
the Inlormauon ia the dispateU. Acting
Secretary Adee sold It was observed that
dtspatches of this character oame by the
way of Loalon, while) Mother high naval
officer said there was an evident Intention
fin the part or Great Britain tn the whole
Ka Cheng" nflalr to get the United States
government to "pall cheetntUs oat of the
lire. . i He navy denartment thonsht that
If Commander Kewetl had gone on any
oca mission tut. department would have
' The London dispatch adds that the
Chincso officials aro jubilant at tho defeat
of tho efforts of the American and Brit
ish consuls to obtain an open inquiry
Into the massacres. It is also said that
the delay is giving the Chinese time to
prepare a defense Tor the prisoners.
- The prenumption amonr the officials nf
the Chinese legation is that the protec
tion of tho commission referred to U from
moo violence. The officials, however, ex
press the opinion that amnla nrotnetlnn
will be afforded by the local authorities
without the Intervention of assistance
from other governments. Besides, it Is
not oeucvea at too legation that the cen
tral government at Pekin would permit
the landing of marines at the place where
the investigation i to be conducted.
Wyoming hot -li cor" Toaa Code Sana.
Wasuisotox, Aug 24. Attorney Gen
eral Haruiou has instructei United
States District Attorney Clarke, ot Wyo
mine, to sue out writs ot habeas corpus
for tho B innock and Shoshone Indians
who are under arrest at Evanston, Wyo.,
for violation of the state game laws. At
torney Goueral Harmon holds that tho
hunting rights of the Indians, which
were obtained by treaty with the United
States, cannot bs abrogated by. tho
passage ot stato game laws.
Condition ot the Ubld Beearve.
WAsntsoTOJJ, Aug. Tue treasury
department was informed of the with
drawal of ir.r.,OWI In gold from the sub
treasury in Njw York for exnort This
will reduce the gdj reserve to tlO!,S21.;2l.
Tho total loss of gold sinoo lost Saturday
exclusive of this last wlthilriwl Is $0,200,
000 arid tho not loss is SSSM.8I7. The syn
dicate has deposited sJ,OOJ.Ol.O and $530.
151 in gold was added to the reserve from
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT WAX
Result of the Invi atluation Into Danalng
A-yluin at Chicago.
Cuicaqo, Aul-. 24. Tho scaudal arising
from the death of Patient Pu-.ik at Dun
ning hospital has resulted in charges bo
lug preferred against the following peo
ple: President Ileoly, Superintendent
Morgan, Commissioner Hitter nnd Batch
er Kvans. Filing of charges b:rin dur
ing a special Kessinn of tho investigating
CJiiimittcc held nt the coun'y commis
siniiors' room in the county building.
It. became nn exciting meeting as soon
as Commissioner Ku!itm:i got up and
proferroi chirsn against President
Healy and Suriutendent Morgan, al
leging that they had appointed and re
tained employes nt Dunning asylum who
have boon bribed, and for continuing con
tracts with men who aro acknowledged
by the president nnd superintendent to
havo bribed sail employes.
Commissioner Hitter followed with an
other bomb for Healy, alleging in his
charge that tho president is violating the
civil service law by favoritism, incompe
tency, and in-elect of his ldjial duties.
Attorney O'Daiincll then appeared for
Contractor Keek and preferred charges
ngust Uiitche-r Kvans, at Dunning asy
lum, for his allcgi-d' soliciting of a bribe
from a meat contractor. Healy then pre
ferred charges against Commissioner Hit
ter, alleging that he took too active a
part in the contract. ..... .,-
Tho meeting of tho commissioners was
an exceedingly stormy ono. Such choice
epithets as olnckguard." thief," "brilio
tnker," bribe solicitor," "trickster" and
"fenoj" were thrown around In promis
cuous fashion, and every ono of tho com
missioners rec-ived his share ot atten
tion, HOWARD'3 OPINION OF TH2 A. R. U.
The Iteleaaed Contempt Prisoner Says It
la a Toll g ol the Pest.
Cn.CAGO.Aug. 1 Georgo W. Howard,
rx-vice president of tho American Rail
way Union, who was sent to jail by
Judge Woods lor three months for con
tempt of court, was released yestordny.
Ho Came directly to this city. Regarding
the future of tho American Railway
Union ho sail: "The American Rail
way Uiiiun is a thing of the p:ut. Efforts
to reorganize It, I am sure, will never
succeed. Every railroad official has re
ceived notice from sonic other railway or
ganization that ho allows the American
Railway Union to raise its head with
"Only lust week a railroad man at Joli
ct was discharged because it was rumored
that he had belonged to the American
Rail wuy Union. In regard to tho ordor
of Master Workman Sovereign, of the
Knights of Labor, which requests labor
ingmen to refuse baok notes in payment
of obligations, I think it is the bhoerest
nonstmse the worst kind of bombast, and
UJ per cent, of tho working people of
America will look upon it in that light.
Peopls need raouey in nny shape, and I
predict that tho order will bo Ignored."
Tuang Wife Shoot Ueiseif Dsad.
ATLANTA, Aiig. 4 Mrs. Ella Bloom
Held, aged 1, shot and instantly
killed herself. Her husband was awak
ened nt?:3)a. iu. by the report of a pis
tol. - He found Ins wife lying dead beside
him with a bullet hulo over her right eye.
Her hand rested on the handle of a re
volver which Bloomfleld had placed un
der bis pillow. Ho thinks the shooting
was accidental. The LilooniUeid cams
here one year ago from Elgin, Ills.
Bias barprlaca a CoaauaaallT.
Fbaxklis, O., Aug. 24. The com.
inanity was astonished to find that the
doors of the First National bank did not
ripen. It afterward developed that
Comptroller Eckels had been advised
of the suspension. It is the general im
pression that depositors will bo paid In
full, as tho assets are largely tn excess of
To Ctstrojr Uer.licta.
London-, Aug. St The Lloyds commit
tee has communicated with the board of
trade argiug that the government send a
representative to Washington to arrange
with the United States government a
j'dnt scheru9 to destroy derelicts, espe
cially in the North Atlantic. The boarJ
f trade is considering the matter.
Leaden Oeaertlag thai etrikera,
Isnrsxiso, Mich., Ang. 24. The min
ers and mechanics are leaving here on
every train. Many of the struts leaders
are going a way quietly, a net othors prom
inent in the anion cuntcnr.pUaB leaving
at an early day. This begtra ot men of
influence tends to weaken the causa of
of the strikers.
Kew Terk Pla-uwlal.
New Toas. Ang. zX
Money oi eaS ee.y at 1 per cent.
Prime mercantile papr SUkiU pw cent.
Bterling exchange doll, with actual bus
iness ia baukerj ilis at fiUjklAiii for
demand and StHt for sixty day: posted
rates OsVtvUU and aJK&in. ouataeruiat
'Silver certiticales e$07: no sales; barsir
Ver, OirH. Atcxieau dollar t3!4
United States giverauieat bonis strong;
new4's rt3., Ul4: Ho. ooapoal. LSVi; ?s re-.,
1U4 'e coapous. ll&H 'srer 112W; 4's oaap-
ons. llr Jg; z's reg Sas; 1'acidc 6'a of IK WJ
" . Chicago Uraia and ProJaee.
Chicago. Aa f. S3
Foilowin werj the au.tititni aa she
Beard of Trale todiy: Wueat Anirao,
opened SlHi- closed tSo: September, opened
Sim. elosnl CWc: loceuiir, opened ei'fc
elosedSi. Corn Anjait, uominat. cloMal
c; --pu.-inacvr. opeaed o-6 vloa 1 ai:
December, opened Uls. cljsel ai-; alaf.
opened X!Uc ciotea Oats Ailjta.t.
noniiiud. c vsa-1 Uc; aeptem tier, o pound
uij-se-,. closed is Sc olai', opeuul Ste. cio l
Sic Pork iepteiuacr. opened $0.iK
closed Sj arij; January, opened $9.tU4 c.osed
t9.;,"HJ. Laid Sepleaibor, o;ened o.V74
Produce: Butter Ex'j-a creamery. Mo
per lb: extra dairy. IC .-; packing toci. sej.1
tic K;ks Fio-h atock. loss ot. Us nor
dozen- Live poultry Spr u chl-skena, lill
Olio per iu; nen. He. roos era. Ji.'so: iu
keys, Sstic: ducxs, 8fiJ-: geHO, 44 UU
&.U0 per doz. Potaro Choi.-o 31 J7c per ba.
New appit-s I ciill.Ti . p.-r bbL Qouey
White clover, l-lbsvtion, uew at-.tcx. ll
14c; browa comb. Li-si-j; dai-f cj ut. pojr
packages. So; avraioai CalifjruiA. aftks.
Chieago Use stoeiu
Chicaqo, Aug. S
Lire Stock Prices nt tbe' Cui to HI tit
yards today rangoi t as follow: lioa Ksti
mated reeeipta for the day, isiim. aaiat
ransed at JTiai.S) pigs. 4 .al-ai.iO ilicht,
44.154.35 ronga packing. (I Si,l VJ ualxol,
and tVl.tUit Uj heavy pocia aa I auipiiig
Cattle Ecttimate t rjcvtpts for tho day,
S.OJii; quotations ranged as S'.diiSt.'ia choics
to extra shipping atojrs. i.?ta'.la g oi t,
choice' do, $4 I maI.S. fair t ) tiojl. S.l.elji4 0i
comm .oto medium do., SliidviSil outcaori'
Starrs, ti.4i&.Ulslo-:-cr. i.lu?..0i t :edr.
tl.SOnl tll cows tiilii III hufjrs SMUil.SI
bulls. i.HKHZt Texassteors ttJlii vieit.
ern ranire staerj. anl IJ.it4 . j veal caive.
tjhenp-Kstim itid receipts far thj day,
S,iU; aal-s raued at Si..iiJ,i.jj went era.
$i:ij;i.(-a Xoxaua, L7ah.i.u utivai, aai ti. Si
siuj lata us.
The Loral Markets,
ti.- New. TKa-Jiic: ol.'. c
H-T.a.li jii? if II, ai- nd.tl:l; wild, tn
-'; bionn ri-iji i; oait a. um
FKI'IT AND VKQETakLBS,
Bn -r- Fair tn choice. l.xQlO - fresh cream.
K.- Fr-xk. tilin.
Poultry Cbtckeje, C!4e.
rattle -Butrht.re pay for crn fed steers
cows and heifers. !!3i ; calves
tHiiuup a .tvic
Spring iamb S'l.ioCJl. a head.
Coal -Soft. Me
Went to Kill the crorierinteaMlcnt,
SAN FuamicCj, Au 21 Andrew Col
lins, a discharged Southern Pacific labor
er, visited the (jjuurat offices of tho rail
road with tho avowed purpose of killing
Superintendent Filiuore, who is acting
as geuerul manager. A railroad detective
arrested the crank.
And Eloor Paints,
1610 Third avenue.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
can afford. .
Tour Patronage Is Solicited.
Office 1820, Second Av. V
Harper Uonse Block.
Trail im coons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
ba obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper Mouse.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
13 iu. on wetk days For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at an;
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
raalaal aavd Ofd.
Ml, liwtj, IWUW.
i mm I vita SI).
SriW IW I mdlrm ' a fcSMr. k
wsssias - -
a wo w
M .i'4m MWIK W
rtumm. Take tf
' AtltmM.wt4 4.
UMlt-l. I MI.Mll ll uJ
I ( -Ml.
Ie . -
far Infants and Children.
HIRTT yesttra aoaorvatfoa ef Caavsrta, wHV lio ytatismnca
aalllirms of poraona. vteiraait wa to apetqlt of it arlthant cmeatBg.
It ti vsBe;neaoahlT thojKiat re-meidy for Inrrtnta nnd Cklldrs-a
tho wrorlsl ftam ever known. It la hr.rmleaa. r.lti'Ir.o 1 ln It. It
artvoa therm atonltb. It Drill aavtt their Uvea. In It Motkera have
aometMng which ia ahsolatoly safe mui practically -porroot ar
Caatorln deatroys Worms.
Caatofia aJlWya Fg-roriahaa-aa.
Caatorla prereata wgntttlng Sosnp CwrsL
Jqatorba enroa TMarrhefO and Wind CoUo.
Caatorla rsJlowoo Teething Tjotaltlos.
Caatorla etaree Conatipatlon aoad Flntwlency.
Caatorla neptrnlirea the effrx-ta of carVonle ncd can orpo'aeraona air,
QaMsyria dcoa taot oontaln T-oCT-pnlaet, eplam. er etnyr nareotlo proper ly.
Caatorla ajaimilatow the food, rrgralatew the atonae h aTd lwurcla,
artwiog; k-oaltaiy gad -aataral alMp.
Caatorla la put wp In one Je pottloa st1t. Tla n aoldi mllt.
Pont ftgyar any one te soil yen nn-rthinc 5 lee en the pica orroralxis
that It ta "Jnat aa ead" and will answer erory parpoee.'
Boo that yog get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A .
Children Cry for
Jonw m. PAKruois. uknrt a. fa minus
pahzzioiu cs gout
Painters and Decorators
FAFS2 ZLqiaSES, C1LS32C2CS, etc.
SHOP, 119 SoTenteonth St LOCK ISLAND. ILL.
State Savings Bank,
Moi.ink. III., OHico Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Pnrcrec the' JoU.o Sayinsi Bank
4. Pat Hsnt Tntftroat
Paid on Deposits.
Onraniaed muter State I awa. .
Opt-n from S a. in. In 1 p m., and
laedneenay and Sainrday aighls from
1'oktir SarmiciC - - Prrtlil.nt
Itinaa DaaLDia, - Vice rrcel-li nt
C V UKaxawaT, . - Cashier
rouvsa SKntMxa. Ilinaa DakLnta,
II II Aixswonm, Geo U KnwaaiM,
C P Ocantwar, C A Rose,
C B Amswoam, W H Adams,
W W watxs.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
B'adc for privat-a aitlci In the gtrden
Orchard State Bank
cf Orchard, Ntb.
E. H". Dabt, President.
J. S. Dabt, Cashier.
Mitchell Lynde, hankers.
J 1 ltobinton. cashier I lark I.lanS X.fl.i.l
i:t'Cl ter. M D.
Uenry Uart's Moos, vholcssle cmcers.
Estate of Joha M. Ita-tjena. tiecca-ed.
The nnaeralirned kavinx K.-a si lminu-i -ifnin.
latrator of the eeate o' Jul n M. l t jene. late of
the County of Kork Island, stale .,f iiiomiis, de
ceased, hereby gives notice Utal lie wi;i appear
before the owutr eonrt of . Hut laia.d rone.
ty, at the office of tbe Clerk of arid conn, tn
lb cit of Hork Island, at !. . f .Inr 'erm, or,
the Brat Monday ia fctohtr resi, at wtirh
time ail persona having claims aea.nst said es
tate ar notifif-d and reqaeeted to attuu for tn
narpose of havinl tbe same tulle ted.
All per""" Indebted to eald eeuta are reioe
ee to make ImsM-diata yayment to the ander
signed. Dated tfiis rb davof Jaly. A, D. 1 S.
1IKKM AN DKTJENM, Administrator.
PnblleaUoa Motlrc. .
STATS OF ILLINOIS
iucb lauan ejocarT. 1
Inther.irraltexmrt, Hrntemher term. fWi
Jo.lt Mcit.i.all vs. Artaur MrOoaad. lu t hsn-
A IB lavit of m n reald.nae of Atth r Mclhaiald.
the ab rtr- d- feno-ril. haTin: b.ti l 11 in lb-?
clrrk'a offlee of tbe cirrait court of .aid county,
a tle ia Ibcn-fore hereby aiven the eald iot.
restdeet detendaitt that ib-i crai.latnant II ! h--r
bill of enreplaiM itta-ld coaru oa tte eh-terry
side hereof, en i tu-zoib day f My. IK-f. anl
that Iherebpoa a auninftaa i-rued oat of ssid
eonft. wherein said eu.t t-now n io reiorna-
me on tne atvt wtHM'ay In the m'-oin o. r-ptaa-k
t aexl. a.l h law reonlml. Now. bli-? von.
Ilic .aid noo-r, sioent rle.'vrdrnl ave naarfd,
Arthur Mcih-tiald. shsll rs-osllr h- a-d
appear beftoe l.e aaid clrrqit er,itton the Srst
day of tbe nt xt tt rm thereof, to lie ho;der at Ifna-k
Island iu and for tbe said conr'y on tbe firrt
Mo-dsv in li-tibmS p tifil and Dlrart. an-wer tur
demur to the eahl cootplt.aat,t bill of cravlsint,
the same and tbe mstters and thinks tiereia
rhsrVt-d a d .tsted will he taken as conf-tae4.
and a deer e t-ntered atainrt joil according Va
Ike praver of said bill.
GSOKGB W. GAMBl.S. Clerk.
Cant. Kcxnt, Comalaiaant's Solicitor.
Bock talked. III., July SI, lBtO.
Huesxng & Hocft
and well known Fire
panics the following;
Rochester fl. rm.a Ins Co.
Uiiflakt ie-r - an .
Sprliig 44rrlt,n .
Uerman Fire .
New llamrflilre ,
Korhc-strr, ?i T
Itnffaln, N Y
... ....... rtiilaoelphie
ktniirhe-ter N II
...... Vllaankt-o, Wis
.. .. New Haven, I'oun
Oflicc Corner Eihtornth atrt!t
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
KOCK ISLAND. ILIa.
- ESTABLISHED 1S08.
"The Old Reliable"
HAYES & CLEAVELAND,
Keproficntinp; over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
FIKE, LIFE, TOHNAlK), ACX:I
DENT. MAUINE. EMI'LOY
Donds of Surety ship.
finice-Deni;.tons hlock, l.'ttrk Is and, liL
Secure onr raier; they will tniercai yon.
J. M BUFORD,
Moid Pire and TUaa-trtae (Jnwtpanles
L:sscj Promptly Paii.
sa a low aa aay rnllabta eon ratty cat. s
V-er Fatrorjar la enlldtaA.
Wuhaii Zv-trythiaff Froa a Flat
SUk Eoaaikor shlef to Cirnii Tnt.
Lac CsrUlrtt Bpoct<y,
Ko. 1724 Third Ave.
Telephone No. 1214.