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THE ABOUD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 18S6.
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher prescription for Infants
ad Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarcotlc sabrtance. It Is a harmless snhstitnte
for Parcfforic, Drops, Soothing; Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feYcrlshness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Card,
cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cares constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels cviS healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers hare repeatedly told ma of its
food (Sect upon their children."
Da. Q. C Omiood,
Castoria Is the beat irmeJf for children of
which I am acquainted, I nojir fia day Is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interrst of their children, anil use Castoria in
stead of thevnrlousqiiark nostrunuwhich are
destroying their I erred ones, by forcing opium,
unn hine, soothing s.vmp and other hurtful
agents down their tliroau, thereby ending
(beta to prematura grave."
Db. J. P. KrscncLoe,
Tkm Centaar Company, TI Murray Street, New Tort City.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently locsted in Davenport, Iowa.
formerly Crtaical Froressor la twoof Chicago's
Isadlas awdlcal colleges.
, M. WALSH,
Acknowledged by Uewedleal Profession. Acknowledeed n the Press, Acknowledged by
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WEAK MEN. You that are troub
led with Perrons Debility, Lost Hsohood, Ex
haustive Oram, Might losses. Defect) Memory,
Threatened Insanity, Loss of Will Power, Mental
dels. tons, sleeplessness, or any other -ympt m of
nenron. exhaustions. You should consult us be
fors it Is too 1st. Delay 1 fatal.
SURGICAL operation! performed
at roar homo when desired. Abdominal and
brain surgery a specialty.
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T ,u "," Mr w kits ut people ax we I as the medical orbfcesion the
benefit of our knowledge of medicine and onr Inimitable skill In tha irtofimZ, bS
family pbyslci.n Is always welcome to see n.vVmmJmanr
aad show onr .Ml I. snd we feel justly Proad of tMSSSSSI
cal profession for the sdrsaced medical aad surgical Uuraiure wo have writtotu
Onlr carehis cases takun. Bist of nrcrone.-.
drsds cared be maU.
Chicago iHLical Institnte.
(lince. 124 West Third Street.
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Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters
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twrcnnW kiiiIt mn-H at home hr.
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Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend It as superior to any prescription
knows to me."
IT. A. Ancirca, It. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
Onr physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their expert
race In their outside practice) with Castoria.
and although we only hare anions or
medical supplies what is known as reKui-i
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon It."
Uxited Ilosrrrxt. and Dispchsabt,
Allxs C Earra, Fret.,
I w i m I I
II ws v u i a :
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Late of Chicago, formerly Sargeon-ln-Chlef o
SU Anthony's Hospital.
AMD PERMANENT CCBES!
YOU CANT afford to delav if vo
are snfferine with Cstarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma
7 MniiurainHJD, nneamsi-sm.neuraliria, Dy
pepia. Scrofula. Syphilis, blood, liver, kidney dis
esses, rapture, piles or hydrocele.
Onr long bos
pltsl experience enables us to save a life when
WE CAN positivclv fru&rantee a
radical euro of Varicocele In seven dais rtyour
pamlers method. Women .offering from ntcrlne
vcrKig iniuiin m any nature come and sat
an opinion on jour ease free of charge.
' "ring ctset siren up as boneless bv al
.1.4 ...a. . . ..
" juu tauuui caa, wrilu. uon
Bonn (to 10
to . snd
T to 8
222 Eichtonnth Rtrcot.
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods at
1B07 BBCOWD AVEKJSr
WHITE 3IETAL MEN.
How They Stand as to the New ;
FREE alLTEE AMENDMENT MOOTED.
Talk 1st the Republican Caaeas Grres the
4oeia4 Xeawy" Mea Hopes No Chaaa
af Immrtsnp. t.i SW, Hula I. tlM Hnni,
TarirT BUI by tbe Coinuittee-AaM-SiWer !
Item.-rat. 3it d Coat the VoU
Against "Dad's Dollar,
Washington, Jau. a Tbe feature of
the Republican senatorial caucus held
yesterday was a discussion of the advisa
bility of amending the house tariff bill by
adding a froe coinage amendment to it in
the senate. The discussion was confined
larirclv to tho fnA minnim wini? rf th. ;
nitptr Tti r.umlr .if 1n rlw. !
adoption of Quay's resolution expressing
the sense of the caucus to be that the
finance committee should report the bill
as it came from tho house, with a few
verbal cliauges which will not alter tho
meaning of the measure in any essential
feature There was no roll-call upon this
motion, but there wore a few dissenting
voices. There was no formal effort to bind
tho senators to support the bill when it
should como before tho senate, and it was
left open to amcudmeuts nt that stage of
How the Silver Question Came
It was while tho advisability of attempt
ing to secure a pledge of support was un
der consideration that the silver question
camo up. It was sprung by a question as
to what the silver Republicans would do
In case a free silver amendment should be
offered to tho tariff bill in tho senate.
Mitchell of Oregon was tho first to re
spond to this inquiry. He stated that ha
should join tho silver forces in the effort
to secure tho adoption of the free coinage
substittito for tilt; house lximl bill, hut
that with tho silver question disposed of
in that connection ho would advise that
tho silver Republicans refrain fiom par
ticipation in an etTort tliut might be mode
to amend the tariff bill by adding a freo
I'onltion of Senator Carter.
Carter followed in the same line of argu
ment, advising united action on the part
of the silver Republicans in opposition to
Kuch an amendment, in the event of the
previous passiifjo of the silver substitute
for the bond bill. He said he thought
their action on tho bond bill would be
suflicicnc indication to the country of
their attitude. He did not ssy that he
would oppose such an amendment by his
vote in case of failure to secure concerted
and unanimous action by his silver col
leagues, but urged them strenuously to
agrou to this line of action.
Nothing; Halt-way About Toiler.
Teller announced his intention to vote
for a silver amendment if offered from any
source, without announcing any purpose
of presenting such an amendment him
self. He talked very earnestly on the sub
ject, saying that ho had, when tho .Me
Kiiiley bill was liefore congress in Ixiki,
foregone tho opportunity to amend that
measure wttn a free coinage provision on
tho representation that the bill with such
nu amendment would bo vetoed, only to
I)C told afterward by the friends of that
bill that the Micriiian silver bill was
passed n.t tho only hojw of defeating freo
eomase. Ho declared he wou'd not again
bo pluc.d in that predicamwit.
Anti-Silver Men Hopeful.
There was a Sufficiently general expres
sion of opinion among the silver senators
to show that there wera not to exceed a
half dozen who would holdout against
unanimous agreement to refrain from
voting for a silver amendment, and this
showing was such as to lead the anti-silver
men in the caucus to conclude that if
those who had expressed themselves
against the policy of amendment could be
induced to vote against these amendments,
regardless of tho action of their colleagues,
they could defeat a silver amendment
One Man Who la I'neonlrollalile.
Baker announced himself as friendly to
tho proKisition to coin the American sil
ver product and said he would offer an
amend i ent to thiselTect to both the bond
and the tariff bills. Baker also reiterated
his declaration to disregard tho instruc
tions of the caucus and vote agninst tho
bill unless amended on protection lines.
There was a general expression of opinion
that the bill, whether amended or un
amended in the senate, novcr would be
come a law. revrral senators expressed
the opinion that it could not receive exec
ANTI-MLVKU 1KM, KBITS CONFKK.
Taking an Inventory or the Vote That
Are Sure Again.t Free Coinage.
Washington, Jan. v. The anti-silver
Democrats of tho senate hold a meeting
or conference while the Republican sen
ators were in caucus. The object of tho
conference was to count how many men
co!d bo mustered against tho free coinage
amendment ol the senate nuance com
mittee to the bund bill. It was found
that there are fourteen sure votes on the
IKii,oerxti- side ainst tbe sil ver propor
tion, and the Democrats were assured that
them aro twenty-six Republicans who
could be counted against the Jones amend
ment. This would make forty in all.
Four more votes would le necessary to a
majority of the senate. Both Democratic
and Republican anti-silver men are now
making an effort to see if these four votes
can lie obtained.
Among the Republicans who are not
counted in the twenty-six anti-silver
list, and upon whom an effort will he
made are McBride of Oregon and Wilson
of Washington. On tho Democratic side
are Bacon and Gordon of Georgia and
Martin of Virginia. It is not known with
what hoie tho anti-silver men are work
ing, but they say tht the vote will be
very close and that pvrliaW free coinage
may be defeated. The Democrats counted
against tho bill are: Brice, Caffery,
Faulkner. Gibson, (tin-man, (irav. Hill,
l.indsiy. Mills, Mitchell, Murphy, Palmer,
r-nitth and Vilas.
DOWN BELOW SWS.OOO.OOO NOW
No Signs of Improvement In the Condi
tion ef the Cold Reserve.
Washington. Jan. 9. The treasury
yesterday lost t-Ktt.OOO iu gold bars, which
leaves the true amount of the reserve tjT,-Sl-.,til.
Nothing is known at the treas
ury department, so far as can be learned,
of aiiV concerted movement by bmkers to
protect the reserve by making gold de
posits, and up tj the hour of closing tbe
statesisiit fotlhei Tuesday that
merman & Forshar, bullion dealers of
New York, had deposited t5M,003i hod not
been verified by Assistant Treasurer Jor-
during the last sever.il weeks was made
Tuc-dav by the Mercantile National bank.
which exchanged JjOO.tWO in gold for cur
rency. So fur as can be learned the situation
hows no sizes of improvement, and no
surprise wonid be felt here if heavy ship
ments of (told should bo made on each of
the fast going European steamers for
some time to come. No formal bids have
yct received for the new bonds. The
'reasury deficit for the present fiscal year
nsawi rvmiiiNi y . ii u .a s
Proceeding in Senate and House,
Washington, Jan. U. In the senate yes
terday Wolcott was sworn in. he having
just arrived from a trip to Europe. Hall
reported a bill to increase the enlisted
force of the navy and said it was impor
tant ler oliered amendments to the
bill prohibiting the sale of bonds
without express consent of congress and
requiring the redemption of greenbacks in
silver as long as it was chcafier than gold.
Cullom introduced a bill for two new rev
enue cutters for tho lakes.
In the house Knauldingintroduccd a bdl
for tho annexation of the Sandwich isl
ands as a new state, the matter to bo re
ferred to the Hawaiian "people," and the
United Slates to bo responsible for no
debts. An alternative plan is projioscd to
annex by a treaty with the Dole govern
ment. How Olnejr Becelved Pal ma.
Washington, Jan. !. Secretary Olney
lias gran toil an informal hearing to Presi
dent Palma and the officials of the Cuban
revolutionary society who have re-established
headquarters here. So far as is
known I ho secretary received them as he
would any other callers, but with a spe
cial understanding that tho visit was to be
Sonsidered informal and was not to be re
paroled as any official recognition of the
visitors in their capacity as representatives
of tile Cuban revolutionary party.
Caaens on Senate OfHcers,
Washington, Jar., v. A call has been
circulated among the Republican senators
for a cuuciis to consider the subject of re
organizing the senate as to general officers
and it is suited that tho call has received
the required number of signatures.
Two Millions More for Pensions,
Washington, Jan. 0. Tho sub-committee
of the house appropriations com
mittee having charge of the pension bill
has decided to increase the amount for the
next fiscal year from f 13M,OJti,0"U to 14(),
0J0,(Xk. THE NORTHERN PACIFIC SQUABBLE.
Settlement Reached That Has Some Ex
Milwaukee, Jan. "J. The end of the
Northern Pacific squabble is fast ap
proaching and in a fcv duy.s all the
trouble and disagreement between tho
factions will he a matter of the past. It
is asserted on authority that cannot be
doubted or disputed and on which the
utmost confidence can lie placed, that an
agreement of sett lenient has lieen reached
which is satisfactory to all. What the basis
of the settlement is cannot be learned at
present, but that it isextraordinory is
certain, presenting precedents entirely
new and quite outside the usual practice
One of the 'minor" details is said to lie
the placing of tho receivership in chargo
of tint lTnited States supreme court under
tUe control a;td direction of the five jus
tices who preside over the jurisdictions
through which the lino extends. These
justices are: Chitf Justice Melville W.
Fuller; Justice John M. Harlan. Seventh
district; Justice David J. Brewer. Kichtli
district; Justice Stephen J. Field, Ninth
district; Rufus W. Peckham, Second dis
trict. Tho fact that the L nited States
supremo court is to take the matter in
charge, although the parties in interest
aro wont to look Uhii it as one ot the
"minor" details, will be a huge surprise
to attorneys as being wholly outside of
the regular practice of the court and un
precertcnted in the history of receiverships.
It is probable, however, that the supreme
court will not undertake active jurisdic
tion, but that it will delegate tli.it duty to
one oi the other courts along tho lino.
Now it is reported that W. K. Vender-
bill will follow his wife's example and
marry. The prosective bride is said to
be Miss Amy IJeinl. The latest rumor re
garding the Vandcrbilt-Rclmout wedding
is innt it will take place .Ian. -JS.
Mrs. Kmiiia Wilson, wife of a traveling
man, attempted suicide at the Commercial
hoUl, West Madison street, Chicago, by
taking eight grains of morphine, because
she feared her husband had deserted her.
She may recover.
Obituary: At Applcton. Wis., Samuel
I. Wing, 7H; ut Watertown, Wis., Dr. M.
N. Barber, 74; at Milan, Mo., Judge U P.
Hagor; at Kansas City, Mo., Charles C.
At a meeting at Bricklayers' halt Chi
cago, the Bricklayers' union, the largest
and strongest labor organization in the
world, voted lo apply for a charier in the
Am-ri-a!i reucrat ion of Labor.
Tho Illinois tat Ixmnl .f health ha.
elected these oliieers: President. Dr. B
' M. (iriffith, of Springfield; treasurer. Dr.
Sarah Hackett Stevenson, of Chicaeo:
secretary. Dr. John W. Scott, of Spring-
The annual meeting of the National
Dairy union will be held at the Sherman
House, Chicago, Jan. 14.
United States Senator Calvin S. Brice
has been renominated by the Ohio Demo
cratic legislative caucus.
Kx-President Antonio Kzcta, with a fili
bustering party, is oil the coast ot Sal
Jennie May Sykes, 16-yuars old, has
been missiug from her home in Chicago
since Dec. 1-1. Two years ago she loft
home as a result of a family iarrel, and
was found some weeks later living as
servant in Ii inont, Ills.
New Yorkers have subscribed (13,730 to
secure th j national Democrat ic conven
The largest ice bridge on record has
formed at Niagara Falls.
According to the figures of LawUm C.
Bonney, secretary and treasurer ot the
Chicago General Railway company, the
road carried 1,746.112 passengers last year,
an increase of b3 per cent, over the num
ber carried in Ism. In the number
carried was 2S,fti0.
Mayor Pingree's newspaper at Detroit,
the Evening Press, suspended after a brief
existence of four months. When the paper
was started it was stated that It "would
tell the truth and defend tho rights ef the
MADE CONNECTION WITH ijAYAS.
Explanation of the Rattle Sounds Beard to
the Sonth of Havana.
Havana, Jan. 9. The report of a battle
forty-five miles south of this city is con
firmed. It seems that General Navarro
overtook the rear guard of the rebels un
der Zayas and other leaders and forced a
flgac in which the insurgents suffered a
loss, as claimed, of forty-three dead. After
this engagement tho column of troops
commanded by General Suarez Valdex
overtook the insurgents who were in re
treat, and opening flro upon them with
small arms and artillery inflicted heavy
loss in killed and wounded. The insur
gents lost -JHZ men.
NEW ork. Jan. 9. A disnatch to The
World from Havana says: An important
conflict seems to bo impending. The over
powering Spanish columns everywhere in
the vicinity of tho small bands of insur
gents that have been harrying the country
north of the railways have been called in.
Gomez evidently is consolidating his
forces. The insurgents are in two large !
bodies. One under Maceo is near Ceiba '
del Agua,on the boundary line between the
provinces of Havana and Pinar.del Rio.
Ihe other, under Gomez, is west and
south of Guana jay, over the border in
I mar del Km province.
The Judge's Bath.
Ex-Jadge William Riley of Virginia
(ells a funny story on himself con
cerning an experience be had ia the
senate at Washington. As everybody
who has anything to do with the senate
knows, the marble baths there are very
fine. They are for the use of the mem
bers of the senate and their friends. A
rard from a senator will admit anv one.
Wheu Mr. Riley was in Washington, he
used frequently to make nse of these
baths, coins to a friend of his in the
rcnate fur a card. He wonld then go
down in tho baths, where a Georgia
rlarkv attended to the rooms. He used to
Lerate ihe colored attendant in pure
Rin thorn style. Tho senator heard one of
these tirades and lie put up a joke on
the ex-judge. The next time he came
for a card he got it as nsnal. Then he
went down stairs and disrobed. When
lie had finished undressing, tbe colored
attendant came np and said, "Boas, yon
kyant nab no bath heau."
"What's that, yon black rascal?"
"I dun said. boss, dat von kvant hab
no bath heah.''
"Why r" said the startled bather.
"Read dis yeah kyard, boss," said
the darky, as he handed it out. The
card read :
"Keeper Potomac River Please give
bearer one bath. . "
The cost of hand and machine drill
ing is made the snhjectof some instruct
ive comparisons in The Wormlandska
Annaler. It appears that at Danemora,
Sweden, mechanical rock drilling costs
60 cents per yard, while hand drilling
is only half that amount, en that the
single advantage possessed by the for
mer wonld seem to consist in the greater
depth to which the holes may be drilled.
At the place named the mean depth of
holes with hand drilling is 2 feet 4
inches iu stupes and 2 feet in conversed
steps or overhand sto;ies, while with
machine drilling tho depths are 5 feet
and 15 feet A inches, respectively. Iu the
year l.S'JO, with hand drilling, a meter
shothole brought down 2.17 tons of
rock; in 185)2, with machine drilling.
four tens, or 3.32 tons if t lie subdivision
of the rock masses by hand drilling be
taken into consideration. Doubling the
depth of the hole, therefore, loosened
nearly double tbe quantity of rock or
increased by more than some 50 per
cent the.mass of subdivided rock. The
price paid for hand drilling in Dane
mora is at the rate of 2o cents per meter.
Bennett and Stanley.
It is a treat to hear Henry M. Stanley
tell of tho way iu which he was started
in his work of exploring Africa. He
was then writing for James Gordon
Bennett on the JJew York Herald. One
day Mr. Bennett sent for him. He went
to his rooms anil foupd the proprietor of
The Herald iu lied. Mr. Stanley made
himself known, and a conversation like
this enftied :
"Stanley, I want you to go to Africa
and find Livingstone. " With that Mr.
Bennett rolled over iu bed and thought
that the matter was settled.
"But, Mr. Bennett," said Stanley,
who was struck dumb by the gigantic
task outlined, "that will take time,
money, preparation, and, iu fact, many
things must be settled. "
"Draw on the office for 1,000 and go
and find Livingstone. Keep drawing
until yon find him. That is all."
Stanley left the room iu a whirl, but
he fullowed orders.
An Indian Trick.
A good story is told by Jim tuinlan
of Isaac; D. Smith, who was post trader
of Casa Blauca, on the Gila river, 25
years ago. It was after harvest, and as
tho Indians had lieen blessed with a
large crop of grain the iwnst trader was
kept bnsy taking in wheat and dealing
out snch merchandise as pxr Lo fan
cied. At a short distance from the store
wds a largo adobe building, in which
the purchased grain had been dumped
loose from the sacks, and it was aliuofct
full to tho ceiling. One day Smith was
unusually busy, the Indians standing in
a row waiting todis-pose of their wheat,
and it was not till later that he learned
he hail liought lK.OOO pounds of his own
grain. The Indians hadtapied his store
house in the rear, and as the grain
rushed out it was caught in sacks and
again marketed. Arizona Citizen.
Zoa-I'hora is compounded solely
for diseases of women. In its sphere
it has no canal. For testimonials
and advice address U. G. Coltnan.
secretary of tbe Zoa-Phora Medicine
company, Kalamazoo. Mich., or ask
vour druggist. Sold by T. H.
Thomas and Marshall & Fisher.
Subscrih for Annn.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castsrte -
BLAQKUMG APPL1FH Aim
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Ilenry Dart's Sons. Wholesale Grocrs. Bock Island
Kew Tork Financial.
New York. Jan. &
Money on call was easy at 548 per rrnt ;
prime mercantile paper tt rr cent.;
sterling exchangn ateady, with actual bus
iness in banker' bills at tr de
mand, and 487!jir44 for sixty days; potted
rates, 4,1J and I0.$4'JU',; cumiu,.rciat
Silver certificates, 6T'S; sales 1 2,000: bar
silver, 657a. Mexican dollars, &5I4.
United State government bonds, firm:
new 4 s registered, 114,'j; docoapona, lU'j: S's
registered, JU'4: cuupoiu, ll:.",; 4's regis
tered. Iu8; 4's coupons, 10B.',; 2s registered.
9S; Pacific 6 s of W. 10J.
Chicago Oral a and Produce.
Chicago. Jan. 8.
Ths following wera the quotations oa the
Board of Trade today: Wheat January.
opened SSc, clod 672c; May, opened tW-o,
closed 8Uc; July, opened 61c, closed eDfgc.
Corn January, opened 2ti7ac. rioted 2r4c;
May, opened a1 .c. closed July, opened
Wc cloned SJVf. Oat.4 January, nomi
nal, closed li.'-ac; February, opened ISc, closed
lS ,c; May, opened &X-. cloned l7c Pork
January, nominal, closed ftf.aJ; May,
opened fUoJ, closed ti. HJL Lard January.
opened 95.42V closed 95.4,;a; may, opened
la. 75, closed (5.75.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery, !4o
per lb.; extra ualry, 2Jc; parking stock, lJc
Eggs Fresh st3ck. I!' ,a)io per doien.
Dressed poultry Spring chieteu. Ii'stc per
lb.; old hens. cti-,o; roosters. 5u; turkeys.
8rlle; du'-ks. llialj. c; geese, 7ilUe. Potatoes
Burbanks. 'tin &c per bo. Kweet potatoes-
Illinois, Ti.i3ai.'t iht blu. Apples Fair to
choice. ll.25tOJ.5i per bbl. Honey White
clover, 1-lb sections, fancy, IS1 s'e lite per lb.;
broken comb, lJtr lie; extracted. 5aj1c Cran
berriesCape Coi. -' H)'(5.i8j per box.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Jan. &
Live Ftovk Prices at the Union Stock
Yards today ranged as follows Hogs Esti
mated receipts for ths day. 44.0JJ; sales
ranged at i.75.J.T5 pigs, sj.fi04J.8U light.
tH..idt4 55 rougli pat-king, ti. 7ofil.Mi mixed
and i.BJ I.SJ heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Estimated riceipts fjr ths day
17.0U0; quotations rangel at 1.5ft il.W choice
to extra shipping steers, M-13.g4.jil good t
choice do., JJ.UJ I4. 1J f.tir to good, M fid
common to meilinmsdo., $J.10.i4 batchers'
steers. Ji.(Witi.;i stoekcrs. -.l;A7J feeders,
Sl.7u-9S.3M cows, jaJ..o heifers, tl.75(d3.7'
bulls, fJ.8iX9J.tM Texas steer, and t3.'J.4S.7s
Hheep Estimated receipts for the day.
17,X: sales ranged at liuJ'nJJ westerna,
II. 75i.2.J Texas, ll.0J3.jyi natives, and J.dJi,
The Local Markets.
Oats New. 17cOdlc
Bay Timothy. Sl(ttl3: nplanil. (11; wild, $7
O10; slough, Hilta; baled, (8US13.
Butter Fair to choice, Ibc; fresh cream
ICS? Fresh, 20a.
Poultry Chickens, 5Kc
Turkeys 7t !.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers
3Kcb4c: cows and heifers, 8ou34c; calrcs.
Spring lamb, 4c a pound.
Coal Soft, 10c
Baby was svk. we ae bw Cantor,
aha a Ch0l sIwcths! Tor Palis hv.
aha became Miss, she ching to Castoria,
aha bad CMMren. she save uaaax (
Children Cry for
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DICE DEW FAU GOOES
CAM BS SEEM AT
E. F. DORxV,
The New Merchant Tailot
1822 8KCOND AVE
Harper Hons Block
II. H. BRIGGS,
Real Estate, Lisurance. Loans
AND HOUSES TO REST.
Office 1608 Second At., Rock Island.
Bare oa hand 40 lota In Snath Rock Ir!nd on
easy terms; Just ostslde tbe city limits; rood
wsier; low taxes, and cheap Insurance. Tea lots
onThirtyiL-hth street snd rifteenih sves tie .
BulerTf vtcce of Pf-itrtr ia the f'1 tut
FOR A QUICK AFTER-DIMMER SH1HT
APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH"
Mors Bros. Props.Canlon. Masi, U SA.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
pBICAQO, KOCB ISLAND PA4?11C
Railway Tickets can be porrhssed or bar
ga?e checked st H I P Twemieti street depot
or C R I A P depot comer Fifth avenue and
ri Irty-am street Jfrsnk B. Plnnuner. Agent.
Denver Llmttud Jkunba.
Ft. Worth, Denver JL.U..
Ooiaba A Dee Moines
tOmshaA Minneapolis. .....
Omaha A Des Moines Ex. .
tirmaba A Minneainlis Bx.
Denver. Lincoln A Omaha...
St. tanl Minncapol's
Denver, Ft. Worth K. C.
tHock Islsnd A Weehtruttoa.
r s ss
t 4 :
w : tn
am 3:iii) pa
am 4 Mam
sm 111 3S pm
am 4 4 :t, am
sa t aipsa
pu t I:j4in
am t S :SS pm
pm.t T:l am
t 1 4S
pmi 1 warn
Arrival tDepamre. flil!y, except nEdsy.
All others dallv -releobnce a&
Suudny ven n-.s a 1'i;llroun 'eper will he at
the d- pot 1 tier id :i. which will leave for Chiia
go al i:TA a . ni. Monday.
BOTLrNrm kout c. b. a g mail
sy Lepot First avenue sad Sixteenth
Street, w. J. Young, agent
lta vs. aaarsa.
rl. b, riring'v!d. PeorH.
Bur yuin vH M' uniontli TKMam 733 rm
Chicago, .erlluy, ciinton A'
Uubuqae t7 Auct 8 pig
Peer's, llrirjHiown, Bur
lincton V. st t 2:15 pm til :3n sin
St Paul & Minneapolis.. 8.4U pm Tu am
Stciliijr. ('Union Dabrqse t SMOpm t 8:15 pm
St. It. k.n.a I'itv, I envcr1
A Pac t'uatt vis Ualesb'rg 7r-5 pm S:6S am
laliy. tDaily except Sunday.
QniCAQO. MILWACMEK A ST. PACL
Railway Kaclne a Seohwemarn Division
Depot Twentieth street, between First and
Bocoi.d Tennes, U B Ureer. Agent
TRAINS I Laavn Annirn
?"?n,d fea ! :in am :3,)pm
M.Paul Xxpress ; 4HI pra ll:Wm
Freigbt and Accommoilat'n. am 7:anpm
Daily except Sunday.
DOCM ISLAKD A PEOSIA BaILWAT
E ----- .wcuuuui Binm,
. Ia. Ooa, aenu
Rasters Ex. "rhe Trilby".
Peoria a St Louis Mail s..
It : am
2 :0 am
S ST, pm
, - . .-1 d ' v.., u. a. 1. iBIonne
venue) depot Sve rl minutrs esrlier loan time
ClVen. Tr,ln. Hiarlrn.1 S . ! .. -1 1 ... . .
- ....... m mi . . , mj iauci umiua
daily excei Snnuay.
Pcrlikotor, Cedar Rapids a
Norfhera uailM, n
street, Uavtnpurt 4 as Kurion, Una. Tk't A
Lsits I Anruva
04;:k pmlni:lh an
t North ,t
o. :a pm
M.4fl mm kl, i,
I H : AS i ra ' m :00 An
a Osilv. ailail esrenft ,naMt. M4oin I
tt-olne aonth and east. No. IS runs betweca
lyeaar apios and west LiDcny.
To the Hast via the
R. I. & P.
Ls Kork Island
C K I A t Depot
Lv Kock island
Twentieth st Depot
Ar Cincinnati.. ........
Ar Jackkonvl He.... .. .
Ar St LauIs.
Ar Lincoln..... .......
- r Decatur.
Ar Evansvillc.... ......
4 2 am SOU am I 4upm
437am S OS am ICia
9 17 am 1 1 i pm B s pm
a SO pin SlOpm SSSam
cispm SOSpm 7suam
8 00 pm 10 SO pm Sllam
10 M am Sftpu
luMam S 10 pm a 40 pm
1 45 am B M pm
11 loam B4Spm
S 00 pm B4Spm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through I'ckin. Hav
ana. Springfield and LitchlicM.
Lilies cast of l'coria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle ciLics.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Abou Ben McGinty.
Arrxa aboo ae ahum.
Aliou Ren VrGiniy. mJiy his tril iwr.-ssj,
Oawled outnf bed all covered wiili rleee.
"B. JalirV he id. -what's luis I see?
"k'sith It looks lo me like a I'-Cox Brownie.
"And what are v..s iloinc " sars Mc very bold, '
"Wiiun sll ov. r 'list nf .ld;"
The Brownie vauisbed otii of MirbU
'l'ess the latt Mc saw ol ulm that Bight.
Th' rii nithl Broui t)i-ml si-in."
.Mc had sm.ricd In prayrs sod )ml tnraed la.
Faith." I"- said. 'ai is i.radrV rat
-Turned out lo give me an skuaiH roast."
"And what will ye bate," slid Me in a trembling
"2ure It's wh fSy I'll Uke, it's alaays mr
The Brownie vanished as the niAt bafnre.
Went out of the wuuluw instead the door.
Tbe next rlht the Brownie appeared let liie
Ke bad been oat to a wake and was fall of rUbt
The Biownie bad written in as book of gold
"Ard wbat have ye writ In that preclon. ho-.kf
Ml rtre ye a swir If ye'H trive me amok."
Tbe Brownie anaw. red. -'ra wrlnea the names
f si'sps 'hat aro hest,"
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