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Rhean,tlm. Seroha. Syphllle, Blood.
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Warn House; iyi 1
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Warm all the time.
Not too hot In mild weather.
Use tte Cspitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Stean Heater.
ThlrtrCapttol .Heaters la use
In Rock Island.
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Great Gathering of Ex-Confd-
ratea at Richmond.
KEJ02T OF JOT SATIS CSTCSSD.
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tnmx mv. rFnaira Mi mt WmU j
lata to Waa Haat- i
toa, Waa eajti Bto Baa Ha Aaalaay to
Bicanoirn. Jnlr t.-Ow an am -,t . ...
who followed the f artanee of Lee, Tjongi
etreet end Jeckwm fa gathered hers,
many of them aoonm panted by their
Wire and famillea, to participate in the
sixth animal nnnlon and tho twI...
tending the layina; of the corner-stone foe
the Jefferson Davis monument. The ex
ercises will eontinne for three days. The
monument m ine memos f or tne preawent
oLtha latM SnntliAvn PaiiMmm win - .
3)8080 as now planned, and a desigii has
been accepted by the committee baring
the same in charm. ' -
OYarraU Welcomes tka Teterans.
Befom thm mnnmtlAn wa. ii.111
I . ... IV VJ JX
der General Gordon was presented with a
gavel made from a tree from the battle
field of Cbickamanga. Rev. J. William
Jones offered fervnnt in. K. tzA
! end Jackson and Davis. General
Gordon without making a speech Intro,
duced Governor O'FerralL The veterans
were welcomed to Virginia by Governor
OTmall. hn niil in 4I.amm.ma - Ll.
speech: "The righte for which the found
er m iuib renuDiic scrucK were no more
sacred to them than the rightii for which
you struck were dear to you. If you were
rebels so were the fathers of constitution-
iViioeny. or I2U years ago."
. ' Aa Aaastrophe to Ckn. Lea. :
Pointinsrtoa mtmtnm ,r K. mmtA.
"Just In front nf n nkM 1.1. Warahln a
ted, fa the great captain of the nine
toeih cCSsary, nnsurpassed in legend or
tradition. How thankful are we that hu
man hand has been gifted with the skiU
to convert Inanimate matter Into the liv
ing form of him who. with J -
munington snail ride Immortal,
And shall ride abreast of tima,
' Shall light up stately history
And blaze in epic rbyma. - '
Both patriots, both southerners trna,
- Both rebels, both snblitne.
v BasBptoa Called to Mm Proas. '.
General Gordon lntrrwiiimt n.ai
Priton Wise to turn Over to the veterans
the bnitdlnir in whieh thn pnnvnnllnn t.
being held. General- Wise madeanelo-
M,1,;" "uurew iu penornung inis case
Several times during the day there had
boon calls for a speech from General Hamp
ton. When General Wise took his seat
tnc cans were renewed and the South Car
olinian walked to the front of the stage.
The bend struck up "Dixie" while the
whole audience arose and applauded. A
veteran was passed to the front hearing
an old battle-nag that had been' shot
through id many places, and wstd.lt be
fore the Vast assembhym. Whrsx-ftaneral
Hiimnton vat VMemtttail fe ... n
one cried "Louder. Loader.''
WHY HE III NOT JhrIX FldlOTIXO.
Beeaasa Thews M M CMfederaU Flag
-; Wavlag-ajhool History Question. -. -
"I Died to be able to speak loud enough
to umke you charge," replied General
Hampton. Words, he said, could not ex
press his gratitude for the great honor
which had been done him. He had come
to mingle with the veterans, perhaps for
the last time, and do honor to the memory
of that great man. President Davis. The
general said he. would be still fighting i
now If the Confederate flag were waving,
Great applause. He had no apology to
make for his course. When his state
called upon him he went into the war as
a private and served his country as best
he could. The speaker paid a beautiful
tribute to the private soldiers, and in con
elusion said tho onlv epitaph iie wanted
written on his tombstone was that he was
a Confederate soldier.
General Gordon responded to the ad
dress of welcome and received the build
ing on behalf of the veterans. The gen
erals chair vek-e penetrated every port of
the hntU-The speaker's tribute to Virginia
and Virginian!, Was greeted with pro
longed checrits). After the announcement
of the committee on credentials General
Stephen D. Ixfc was introduced to present
the report of tie committee on history.- It
was a lengthy paper, and dealt with the
whole eulijrcti of histories. The report
recommended fie establishment of chairs
of American hfctury in southern' colleges
and nniversltiei and the more ohorongh
teaching of hisft.ry in the schools, publie
and private, throughout the south.
The report diWcs histories into three
classes: First, ftipse written in the north.
which are total unfair to the south:
n in the north, which
is south; third, those
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eAhaf The report con-
louwit tribute tn tho
muiMK, a ana tne southern
womeekA ix,ip(t of the committee was
received and ordered spread upon the min
utes and the. reeonl Herniations contained
therein were adoptttt.
A reception was g.ven in honor of Mrs.
Jefferson Davis aid her daughter, Mrs.
Hays, in the Conffcierate museum last
night by the regent k of that institution.
The museum is the luilding formerly the
White House of the Conf ederacy. When
the hoar fixed for IMrs. Davis and her
daughter to receive Urrlved there was a
solid mass of humakity in the streets
about the house, t-k) treat was the crowd
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that all could not entoV the house, and the
two ladies bowed fAeuyKknowledgeinente
irom me windows.
Costtj Ftro at Brooklyn.
, -JKirw York. July 1.4-Kire broke out at
about 12:90 o'clock thisiioroing In George
W. Piper's Long Island kindling wood
factory, situated at Ash : street and Xew
ton creek, Brooklyn. - 1 he flames quickly
extended to the extensive lumber yards of
E. C. Smith and from there to Ritchie,
Brown & McDonald's iron works. Post te
afeCord's Iron works and ir. & Bain-
hrick's asphalt work. By t o'clock this
morning the lire was under eootroL The
nes is esq mated at aatt.000. .
alABeaAlx, Ills., July 1. The Demo
cratic congressional convention for the
Slneternth Illinois 'dtstnV heldatCaaev
notalaated Hon. A. J. Hunter, of Edgar
county, ior- congress, ruhtan's doclara
tfan for "Bland and 16 fa 1 " seC the eoaj
vention wild. ' - ... : 5
Com So am Csoloa.
WASSIKTOS, July t. President CTeve-
Jack Mcrmihan- know rliliHo
froen the fact, that : be managed a play
called "The Scarecrow." which wsa
written bv a Chicaeo Mwsnannr
and which ran one oooeecntive niaht ia
St. Jjoaia, telle of the ctriy actor he ever
knew as being legally exacuted.
Ob) the day hef ore the execution the
orsvfarnned man called the sheriff an
"Are we going to have a good honeer"
he inquired of the official
Fairly good. I gnees." was the reee
enrlng answer. -
"Bare yon papered the town pretty
well?" - :
"Two honored tksikete to the Bad event
have been issued." .
"'Worked np any fake abontoonfeasion
and Tirnvinmo mnuo a mnoo ' A
and gfve free advertising?"
"i tbink the newspaper men Jiave
been pretty vigilant"
"Do yon think yon care to rehearse
the thing so as to get your lines?"
- "I dost believe it will be neoassary.
Everything has . been designed pretty
well. We tested the gallows and rope
with a 400 pound sack of rand Just an
boor ago. "
"Sand? Sand? The thunder yon sayl
Do yon mean to telrme, a man who has
gone on with Forrest and Keen, that yon
are using an infernal dumpy sack of
sand far my understudy, and that yon
depend on your rehearsal with it to eee
yon through? Here you've gone and got
a packed house just on the strength of
my star part, and yet yon insult the
dignity of the profession by running on
a sack of sand to rehearse the leads with.
Well, I'll warn yon of one thing if
your rehearsal fails of effect," and yon
find you've forgotten your lines, yon
needn't expect me to invent a lot of
business at the trying time and to make
a gag tilk just to fill in a stage wait.
I'm a game sport, but toy dignity has
been stepped on by yon and your sack of
and." Chicago Keoord.
A Theater Incident.
"At a theater wliera tho oot. om
numbered and to which I had gone
eariy to get a good seat, ' ' said a man,
"I found just the seat I wanted in the
fourth row from tho front In tho seat
in front of me in the front row. sat a
man; the seat immediately back of him
was vacant, and the seat back of that
and directly in front of me was occu
pied by a small boy, sitting between his
father and mother. So that besides a
good location ' I had an unobstructed
view, which was one of the things I
had in mind in choosing the seat Of
Course I bad to rnlra tho rfonnnoom iltof
vacant seat, but tho chances were at
least even that it would be occupied by
a num. end if it was talrnn hv snnign
there was a chance that she would not
wear a big hat
"When the theater filled nn bt
seat was taken tby a woman, and She
had Jon A hat which wr.nld
the grass plot in front of a honse in the
BUDurDB, anu tnere grew upon it flowers
and thin era as tali m tho lmilh.ir.
the front yard of a house in the country.
. mi sno naa no sooner taken the
Seat than she raised her hnnda nil lift
ed the big bat off. My view was quite
unoDsiTuctea, alter all, and I felt that I
had reason to be eratefuL " ot VnrV
A Model Reel men t.
The stonr is told nf an FWli.t. milt.
tia regiment whose reputation was none
of the best that on one occasion -a de
tective from Scotland asked to be allow
ed to inspect the regiment to discover, if
possible, if a certain malefactor were in
the ranks. Permission being given, the
detective, accompanied by the adjutant
of the regiment, made the tour of the
various companies, front rank and rear
rank. When the official had got to the
last man of the rear rank of the rear
company, he stopped suddenly and gazed
earnestly at the rather embarrassed war
rior, ''Why, you snrely have made a
miflTnta " rlfwuV Ik. . s
dignantly. "Why, y&liave pitched on
merest man- in tne battalion. He has
been With Us for more than 20 vpara and
he ia our pattern soldier. His arms are
a mass 01 good conduct badges, and he
is the example of all that is best in the
life of a soldier. Yon surely do not
know him?" "No, " replied tho detect
ive. 'I do not but I know nil tho nth.
eta. "San Francisco Argonaut
What AbMt Leather?
. The question is frequently asked:
What is a vegetarian community to use
instead of leather? Of course substitutes
would have to be found. At present, as
hides are a waste product, there is no
need to seek further, but when they be
came scarce other substances will cer
tainly take their place. Other things
have already begun to compete with
leather. Formerly the doublet and
breeches and even bottles were made of
that substance. Now we use cloth far
bookbinding and other purposes and
may have artificial leather boots. ' De
mand always stimulates invention and
production. It may therefore be safely
predicted that to make ample provision
for our clothing, even under a vegetarian
regime, ia a task not beyond the re
sources of ctrilizatidn. We may be sure
that if we have followed nature thus fax
and trusted her for our greater wants
she will assuredly not fail us in these
leaser things. Westminster Review.
"Josiah,' wasn't yon tellin me that
there wasn't no Methodists in France?"
' "Why, here's four columns about
Dumas, the elder, and he seems to have
been a bigger man than any elder we
have got iu our church.' Guess that's
another time whei vim didnt know
what yon Vrra telkin about. Josiah. "
Washington Triixroe. - -
' Care there is none bat fears a future
state, and when the most obdurate
swear they Jk :o . tir 6mUiig
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Money en call -nrm at S par aent-
pria mercantile paper, .4tSH per cent.;
SBtrung exchange steady, with aeroal ass
ness in. tankers' bills at 4HitW4 for de
mand and OT&DCJ for Sixty days; posted
rates, sa34gSH sal niaassi 1 ssl
Stiver eertifkmtaa. aTX&aSH: no salsa: bar
surer, sett; moxicaa oollars.
United fitatsa govern msnt bonds armsr;
aw 4 s walstaisa. 11SH: do. nesuitas. US:
S's roristored. lit; do. coununs, III; s
raalstered, 108; do. coupons. XBM; ra ragk
tored. S5: PaeiaeS'sor "ST. HU.
- - L'BicAeo. Jans SX
Folio srina were the qnotatiotts on she
Board of Trale today. Wheat Jon, opsned
Me, dosed SSJac: jlnly, opened M(e. closed
Bttc; tieptembsr. opened (6He. etoasd tste;
Deoamber, opeasd 47 Hie closed 8c Corn
Jaaa, aoannaU close! ttfe; Jaly. opsned
tsHc, closed sgSje; Ssetomber. opsast mac,
closed. Ztyr; Msy. opened 9Mc closed SJo.
Oats Jane, nominal, ekand lWc; Jsily,
Tan Ue, closed Wc; beptember1. opens!
loHc. closed IMtc; May. opened 18c. closed
ISHo. Pork June, nominal, ehmsd aasi;
July, opened 17 OS, closei (S.S3: Sep
tember, opeasd $7.17)4. closed ST.li; Jaa
nary, opened S7.l. ekwsd S7JJ. Lard-Juno.
Paeteaed H--'; July, opened fa.87.
Produce: Batter Extra creamery, Ke
par lb.; extra dairy. ll18c; fresh packiag
stock, 7Hfit5- Esss Fresh stock. 10c ' per
doasn. Urn nonltrr Tnrkeva. 7iaaa nor
lb.: chJokras hens. Be; aprins; chickens, IS
Viae; roosters. ssc; ducks, Sc: sea
4.00 per doasn. New potatoas, TSofeSLlu
per narrei. Money WBIto clover, 13 it lie per
lb.: broken comb, sioc: extracted. Kjse,
Black raspberries, mmao par hVqaart
case; red raspberries, 7&S1.00 per St-pint
ease. Blackbsrrkn. SjMl.ll per Is-quart
Chlenn Uva Stock.
' Chicago. Jnaa si
Live Btock Prices at the Union stork
yards today ranged as follows: Boss Es
timated receipts for the day. Roil; sales
ranged at Si 75 43-5.) pigs, .X35SJ W Ught,
70i-l rough packing. tS.v&lS mixed
and S2.Sj3.J heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Estimated receipt for the day,
S.OM; quotations range! at S4.3j0t.ail rimi,-m
to extra shipping steers. H.utt.U good to
choice do, SA.7a'04.SJ fair to good. S3.j6tX
eomraon to sseuium do fa.K$x.sa bBtcnsrs
steers. S2.Xrt3 JO stockers. Sajiyo SJ fnrdnr.
I.SJeA30eows. t.U24.u heifers. tMVl.U
nails, oxen and stags, i.70&3J)U Texas steers,
and S3.uue.U0 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts for
the day, 12,000; sales ranged at t2.SUfti.uU west
erns. S.'.2y.ta.7i Texana, mtOLMt natives and
"V-1 taothy, tSftMtO; M, t!W.
Bnnr-7-Fslr to choice, IS : fresh cnassnj.
Egcs Frasb, ts.
Co.1 soft, IPe.
Ust:le Batchers psy for corn red steers e
Mm cows sad acueia, teSM: calves, Sc
4c. . . a
Sheep to. . .
Cprlng Laatb ft 50844 s head
was a Ohud, aha arise tor
Children Cry to
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SWntly I'aUsiliaii. Evil
a ansa is and alia
ssvwea Liot vitoaty.
. Waste oT Inasoitr
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VafsEtnl s9sr asfV'SawiaMa)
II IS SSISIISII.
Ejrr end aa at
Bnr with a Mg n. Cawkwers Cassa r a
I)orhaas ts tnaaassa by Ittsit Taa wid pad eae
con poo Insane enee two eaaaos sag, sad twsj saa
' Admlnlatrator's Hotioe.
state of Joan F.
Mmttlx ef tae estate of Ji
lots of the eeaarr of
stsss m imaoia, SssstsiS. snrawy (vets aotlre
i'aSf.T'i'Ki hefore the asa eotn
J "ek Island county . at the enteeerthe dark
fsatd seart, mtae sitr ef Boek 1 stoma, at ma
Aasnst term, oa the erst Monday ht Ann at
ff wWttons so pennm aovug .mumm
Datsd this fSkh Say of Hay ,
man. nsansa ntfilT
Notioe of Flail Battlement.
of nnlnl nsiuiamiki
..Me toreay stntaatttoaadsr.
Skfaea. Kobert Dooaaa. aattstii. ana Uus
yle his anal rvort aad ' antlsmS
so toeh a the eouaty oouH ef kock
Island cnaaty. and that sa order has seta
entered y said court spvoriawg the ssld rs-
pvn. sbio. myisaajos insieio or
of Jans, A. D.
1SBA and SDoa t
proval of said
ssk for aa on
resort, tae said Bobart
arncT of distribution, aad W1U siso oak
to be discharged. All
Used to attend.
Bock uusod,nu Jons t rm.
By a J. SBkBLt, Attetney,
VTATI or ILLIKOIa,
abxnt Iauan Ootnrrr, f .
sty court at the aTartsrsa, A.D, ISM.
BelaaoW Letacfc, vs Taoaua S. SUvla. Blcaafd
. Silvia, Willlask S. Bleaks. -naes
Amds.lt that too loslnMins mt tho I lnt
ant, William Brooks ts not known aad that
bob diligent inaslry his pitas of resUoato esa
aot te found, impleaded wn the busts 0 ot.ua
aote, Thomas 8. SUvls sad Kichars 8. Sllvts hav
ing bees lied In the clerk's osfas of the cireatt
court of said county, notice ts therefor hereby
iv uro Mm oiq-mract ueronoaut mat toe
oontplatasirt tied his bill ef cossoislnt la snM
court, oa the cfancery side thereof, oa the
11th day of April, let, and that tasrespoa s eum
BMmssMaedoutof said court, waeraia said suit
is now nendinr. returnable an tan Srot UtmAmw
tte month of Septeaaher aes as la by ktw -
fandaat abort namaa. WUUma a
shad personally be and sppoar before said drcalt
eoort, on the flrot dayof the next term thereof.
10 as aoiaea at nock lamas la ana for tas said
county, oa the trst woaday ta Ssptssabor aext,and
pieao. answer or aemur to iso ssis enssniamant
bill of complaint, the stuns and the ssaOers aad
things tl erein charged and Slated will he taken
ss confessed, aad a decree eatered agatast job
Bnonon W. aimr. m...
Sruasaus A WlBBBUl OfanplsmsBt aellcaanu.
Pnbll oation Notioe.
BTATBcr IUUHOia, lM
KooalsunOotmr. . t
Ia tae Ocuet court. Jnna hana. A. n.
vnariea n. nrannennuju? ua. ntaw a. mil
widow, Jennie Ooooa, J sank W. Qitt, Bull Ids
Phillip. Ssrah Adams. Calvn Grtt, John K. (,1a.
Ours tills. Ids Ely. William Gitt aad Qeonm K.
ikk uo. BuminnHBMu; 01 asiaie at tnasielh
PMiloB to sell real estata ta pa
To taa nhovo mmfmmJ
Phflllns. Sarah iflssss Cahrla Ota.
AftVutrit of the ass riwl (lasts ef yasLafarnds
"hUlips. Calvfu ettt aad William aitCaas amda
Tttthat Tom. ssanh Usui - hi o .
that procers can he aervoa spoa yon, sad that
apoa diligent laqsliy year pi tot of rotidsnos
cannot be asoertsiaed. notics is hare by gtraa to
you and each of you that the -' ana it aett-
Honnr bss Sled la the osid eoart his po
ttUoa against you for leave to seU real estate its
pay eeou; that a sstmnous has been Issued la
said causa saalnst yon, retainable to tae Jean
ana, A. last, of said eonrt, and
that, said eeiie was on the arst dar
o' June. A. U. ism, Vy ssid eourt eou
thned to the Aatnst term of said -snort la be
Began sua sotoea at tae court homes m la city
of Bock laland. m said eouaty of Bock Ulaed, on
the Sit Monday of Aagost. A. O. IfS. st
which oa sad pace yea will appear and psstd,
answerer demur to sd ttstteJaa fiya It.
Patcd at Book Islssn.Ill- this lot day of J sat.
A. D., 1S9S. BUausau Koexan,
Cmrfc mt said Uountr Ooart.
aaaaaar aWaxaaa. Sollciiois fat retlmim.
Bpeelal afastar's Bale.
BTATB Of TLLnfOIS, I '
Boca Isuan Ootrarr. fm
ta tae circuit court, ta, rktseity. Bm far
Witness Frev. e
CMharin Idadlor. dafi
notice is arretry green last by virtu ef a de
cree of said eoort. en tored la the shuts salliled
saarn, 00 the h day of Jane, A. TX loss. I
eaall. s bat-rdsy. tas Itth amy of JulyTA
D. lSts, at the boar of S s-oiook atta aAorsm.
at the south door of the eonrt Boas, ta the at.
ef Bock Island, ht said eoaaty of Boek Msnd.
sell at nubli vemame, ts tats bMbest moaer,
those cerUi marcels of land, sumst in ta
eeuntyof Berk I, land SadststeofliiiBOk-, kaowa
ad Ssstifbiit as foliows:
Jt nnsber fonr (41 ta Week asstutl tw(t) b
that peri of the ewy of Boea laniad known and
railed Lrnds addition. sMuatcd at Bfa usUi ef
Kock Inland and stole of Illlaola. " '"
Ah the srsot tea flSi feat of Wton(l) at
bteek aambsr on fll fct said LrnaVs aadiaon
sad lot aamanr few 4) la block nam her two (t)
a?v,a.' w"" to athi erty of Boek
laland, tk loot two pieces ef mroporty belac esod
m one piece of piesoity sttaatcd m the eouaty of
Kocs I-load ana mlaof Illlaoss
aomher sour (. u block nam bar tee
. P of the rtty of B"ek Uoa4calld
Brant's Ptoce. stnstea ra the cwenvy of Mock It
sne and stats ef llllaili. etofaVnwatgtnrats.
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