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Connelly s Connelly
Attorneys at Law.
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Jackson ft Hunt,
Attorneys at Law.
Or fai Rock bleed Rational beak betldlnc.
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8wmb7 Sc. Walker
Attorney and Councellors at Law.
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Charles. J. Sesvrle,
Attorncj at Law.
tool B".tne of all kind, pramplly emended
e. MMii nwi of ki oiaae, count j
i aw, risnutnco toca.
ZXoHnlry A HoEnlry,
Attorney at Law.
ea freed erearltvi nuke eo'lec-
I Ac. PoalofBco block.
Dr. "W. H. Lndewig,
Specialist of Eye, Ear. Ncsa and
Office ta Tr mne new betMtoe. eorarr See
nWnih .tract Third arenas. Buck Island.
T.i.soone a wan.
Dr. A Graaaav,
Physician and 8nrgeon.
Office, Ban block.
M Twentieth street.
E. O. Henner, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Omta end Resll.t et t JO Siateeatb street
Dr. Cham. 21. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only
OSIee, Whlttaker Black, sooth west corner Third
Bad Brady HmH, Pannport, Iowa. Boom 11
aad is. Uouta: t to ll a. m.. I to 4 p. m.
BRACK A KERJfS
Architect! and' Superintendents.
Boom B, Mttchall S Lyade halloing,
GEO- P. STA.TJDPHAR
flans aad ennerlr.tendenes for ail classes ol
tauaiags. Koom. in unma binca.
Dr. John E. Hawthorne,
Rsw Daatal rarlora, over Barta A Cuemsyer i
tr stare, Tbtrdsreene and Twentieth street
The latest appotntBMet. for aMlled dental work
Henry Gaetje, Prop.
Cot Flowera and Desltrm of all
atyttortlMRSeeead arvaae. T.krphoaa 1110.
A Lady Attorney.
llrr career threatened hy an
innitiMHin ie, HOW It
wan vmiiNIumI. .
Mrs. AIW-t Kram, w.a thr firat In (It attor
eT m llMtrllinMa. All atlmirr Ike rnrrfft
nimI ctrvrreriMi thnt h... l. t-r
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. J r"re (irrelinr to hr ws. whuh
h"1" .hi.Mnn llrrr m portMin ol
hrt atatcmrnt. "Wbca I nraan the m
Wilil OIitc and
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hn1 licra arvrrt-l;
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and confined to
my tied three
wrrka. II nd ar
rrt hirwimf lime.
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VJ waa at w
it). mwnfrw th.M
I had in thrre
to cuti thr InrtmlnrllH. nwplnrrmrnta.
ami ntaraar that lip thc HalitT of women.
I.ailar ahrmh too, ir.m the Txsiarr of treat
ment. ami oitre .no, r m .lienor rather than
awiimtt to t. The remnliea are a aoltitton
of the rroMrm. WtMiill.c U a. Vml trot
mnt. MertleTonir. a ronotitntionnl mnl.
tta thent lada-a e 1a iwxrttiTelT enrr tlxtn
arleea at home. Inrc t.ea. a. ftanipk-, and
a hvokh-i frrr.
MCTUK MEKICAL AMOCIATtoN.
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1 1 It Tklrlj-etvnth Rock Ulead
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WaaiB anm snd all eflWa of srlf-ahoae or
etoee end IndivrtHMS. Rrstorr, Let Vitality
Txmrt see FMIlDe Meanery. Wart onT laaajtltr
M rnwMiMlon. Cnrea when all At ber. fall. Insist
w kevtae ITAI.I. eoetber. CnbeearrMlla
Ib.rwtrorkM. By mail Sl.oOp'r satkamor su
ewtajsawlth aenarantee to are nr Hafnad
tl Mcmey. rtrralAr rrr. Addreee
CALUMET MEOiCiNE CO., CHICAGO. ILL
re rale hy Man ell a Fleber sad Baits A
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tat Bar. a BSS. V ' jt
Throacfa His Nervine Is a Ben
efactor to Thousands.'
WIDELY known Wisconsin publisher.
who resides at Crcon Bar, wrltca
March Ctb, IStfi, aa follow.:
"PlTe years ago 1 became so nenroas that
mental work was a burden. I could not rest
at nfcht on account of sleeplessness. My
attention woa called to Dr. Miles' Bcstora
tlve Nervine, and 1 commenced to an it
wltb tho very best effect. Since then I
have kept a bottle in try bouse and me it
whenever my nera-s become unstrung, with
always tlio name good results. My aon also
tukes It (or nervousness
with like Dcrer falling
success. I hare recom
mended It to many and
It cures them. AU who
suffer from nerve
troubles should try it.
It is free from narcotics, perfectly barm
less, and yet atiotlies and strengthens. Dr.
Mile, through his Servlne is a benefactor
to thousand." A. C. LEHMAN.
Editor and proprietor of Dek Lasix has.
Ir. Miles' Nervine is sold on guarantee
lint bottle will benefit or money refunded.
ST ATI of n ltxots, I
oca Islasd Cotnrrr. I
la tb Olreall court
Sadie Dtcklvaan vs Dcrbert Dicklosoa.
Afllflsrltof nnn-reaideueeof thaslioTA dfno
snu llcrtx rf Dk-kinsou, b.Ttnbcen filed ia the
clerk's oflre of the circ.it court of said county,
aotice Is brr fore berabv siren ta the .aid non
resident defendsnt that the complalnaat nied her
vim ui cmnpi.im in saia oonrx. on ine ensacerv
Me thereof . oa the Mb day of May. 1886, and
idbi lacreatHin a summons waaea ont or esia
court, wherein .aid ui la anw peadinB. retnma-
ib on ine arat aionaay in 'no monta or Dcptem-
ocr next, as i. dt law reqnirea.
Now, unit, yon, the aaid non-resident d.fead-
ant shorenimed.llerliortDicklnMm. shall mtmon-
ally he and appear before said circa It conrt, on
the Int day uf the next term thereof, to beholden
st Kotk Island in and for the said conntr. on the
arst Monday In setenieernext. snd plead, answer
or demur lo (be aaid complainant's bill of com
plaint, ine same ana tne matters ana wing
i Benin ensrgea ana siatea win tie taaen as con
feascd, snd a doeree entered against yoa accord
nig w toe prajeroi saia Dili.
Kork Island. III . Ma. J.lSHs.
B. H. Kbnwoutht, Complainant's Soliciter.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed Protxmls wi'l h- r--co red st the cltT
clerk's ofllce. Hoik lelsinl. 111., nntll Monday.
July a, lHej, st r. o'e'och p. m . for cons'rueting
ina imuMiTemeni. eruerea dj au ota.in.nce en-
uiiea s roihiw.:
"An ortltn in- e for the eon.'rnrt'on of a .form
drain the city of Kotk 'land. HI., hwiitiin' at
the foot of jwciit-f'iarth .treet. at the voini of
inicr.eci win of mo center line or raid atrvet with
the Mt'islppi river; ruutiini; titmice soalberly
t" Ninth utci ue; U.i-nc.is.tcrlr U Twenty-fifth
street; Ihtuce .oathnry a certain di-tatice on
aid 'I wcuty-nftb street. 1'ai-atU April 15, A. D.
I Was "
And for f arnwnlne s I thc materials snd doine
(ne wiira sixuruing- in in iians ana specincauons
on nie si tn cry icra ntiiee.
Blank ottis will be lumlrhed on nnn cation.
all httl. rnnut bo acomnaiiltod with a certified
chock in the .cm of five hundred fSfiooi dollars on
some stork Islard bank, payable to l he order of the
mayor or saia city, wir.cn mall Decora e rorrettca
o said city in esse thc bidder rltsll fall to enter
Into contract with approved surettos to execute
ae wore lor ine price mentioned in nis bid snd
accordiug lo the plans atid specifications in the
svenitnanno coiiuact .Dsn be swaniea to mm
A. I). tlir.nte,Citr clerk.
Rock Island, I1L, Jane 7, lMM.
BLooIt G. Detjcns
BsprsMBtiag anione; other tlme-trleO
aad wall knowa Kire Insnranoe Com
panles tho following:
Reeaeeter (lunssa Isa Ce
Weetchsetet Fire .
vprlns; Oordon .
Uermaa Fire .
New Usmprhtre M .
Hliweeke MeckaBlce .
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M Peoria, lil
.. Maaebeeter M U
.. .Mliwaakee, Wb
.Mew nana, txrat
Offios Corner Eighteenth street
ana twooaa ATenas, seoona Boor.
Telephone Ko. 1047.
J. M BUFOPvD
The eld yire aad aa trlae Oampaai
L:si PrcnptlT Paid.
sssaaslowassny reUaate eeespea oa. aa"
Taer Pwnmaea Is eenaltea.
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC.
Victims et Last Manhood should send at
core for a hook
that explains bow
full manly visor
Is easily, quickly
restored. No man
ywakaese can af
ford to ignore this
timalv a H vi f m
?9k V'1" bOW
ii a. j
reWnent and tone are imparted to every
p.tion of the body, gent with positive
proof erarwJeaijvr lossy man OTieppUcatiom.
The Virginian Defeats Hill atthe
HTTiL BTTXS HIS HOPELESS RACE
la Relegated to the Floor of the
Gathering by a Vote of
55 to 394.
The Ireay of Fate ninrtrayted The Mas
Warn Hetninated Rill for president 1a
ISM Brats Blaa for Temporary Chair.
nana la ISM Dealers Appeal for Hnr
aaeny nnd Cnlty Calls oa the Gold Men
to Remember the Loyalty of Their Op
ponents la the Past aad to Emulate the
CHICAGO, July 8. The seats of the
delegates and alternates were filled, but
there was a wide fringe of vacant chairs
on the outer edge of the galleries when at
12:49 p. m. yesterday Chairman Harrity,
of the national committee, raised his
gravel and as It droped on the desk with
a sharp crack requested the Dcmocratice
national convention of 1896 to come to
A COXVESTIOS EDTn-LITIO.
order. At his request the sergeant-at-nrms
cleared the aisles and then the chairman
called on Rev. Dr. Stires, of Grace Kplsco
pal church, for prayer. Rev. Mr. St ires
in the course of his invocation said and
the words are significant as it was a
"gold" coninuttco which chose him for
chaplain "Inspire us with a patriotism
above expediency. Kemind us that hon
esty is not only tho best, but tho only
policy worthy the consideration of a great
Great Cheers for David B. Hilt.
Horrify then announced the temporary
organization as decided upon by the na
tional committee beginning with David
B. Hill for temporary chairman. The
mention of Senator Hill's name was re
ceived with tremendous applause, the
members of the Pennsylvania delegation
standing on chairs and waving flags.
Some one called for three cheers for David
B. Hill, which were given, and the band
then played Dixie. When the noise sub
aided Harrity continued the announce
ment S. P. Shoerin for secretary. Col
onel John I. Martin for scrgeant-at-arais,
and assistant secretaries, etc., whose
names wore not rend. Ho then recogulzcd
Clayton, of Alabama, who began the
fiyht for silver.
Silver Ticket Is Pat ftp.
In behalf of the minority of the national
committee Clayton reported tho name of
John W . Dnnie 1 loud and uproarious in
terruption. prolonged applause, cheering
to be substituted in tho committee report
for that of Hill, and moved that the minor
ity report be adoptvd, demanding a vote
by states and a roll call. McDcrraott, of
New Jersey, obtained the floor and spoke
in fivor of Hill, whom he characterized as
"that man who care ns the legend under
which in days of trouble in our eastern
Democracy we sailed; that man who clue
trifled this nation by giving us a legend
which every Democrat can put upon the
banner that he follows, that echoes a sen
timent that has no east, no south, no
north, no west in It, but simply a declara
tion of faith, 'I am a Democrat.' " Great
Appeals to the Silver Men-
He then turned to the silver men and
said: "Don't liegin your convention by
violating a tradition. Don't begin your
convention by violating a rule. If yon
have the strength of giants use it, not as
giants do, hut reserve that strength nnd
all the spirit that is in it for thc buttle
tlutt will come on November day. Great
applause. You have not, even in the
moment of exultation because of majority
In this assembly, any reasonable right to
attack the minority by setting asido tradi
tional rule. We pay the tribute of respect
to the cantlldato selected by the minority
of the committee, but we say that tradi
tion Is in favor in the ballot in a Demo
cratic convention, in nbiding by the rule
of the majority, for that is what the major
ity of this convention is going to ask the
Democrats of this country to do at the
Waller's Statement Biased.
Waller, of Connocticnt, appealed 'for
traditional usage, and said, near the close:
"Treat us badly, as you mean to, but as
you ought not to; Insult ns by breaking
the traditions of your party; turn down
David B. Hill, as indiscreet men would
advise you, and I will tell yoa just what
we will do. There is no threat about it.
We will do this we will fight you for
yeur indignities and insults. In southern
phrase, we will fight you here and else
where, and we will fight yon until you are
sorry for your indiscretion on this day."
This statement of the speaker was re
ceived with a chorus of hisses and cheers
and howls, which dropped after a few
moments into comparative silence, and
rose again when Mr. Waller attempted to
BIT THEY TIEN DOWN BIIX.
Daniel Choere for Temporary Chairman hy
S56 U 349 for Hill.
Thomas, of Colorado, replied to Mo
Dennott and Waller. His remarks were
to the effect that the majority had the
right to rule and should not be set aside
st any stage of the proceedings. He was
followed by Waller, of Alabama, on the
same aide and others, and then John R.
Fellows, of Xew York, was given an ova
tion as be rose to reply for the Hill men,
His speech was an appeal for some conces
sion from the silver men for the sake of
harmony and unity in the party.
Thc next speaker was a silver man ami
there was much enthnasiasm and Mother-
arise." Marston, of Louisiana, said: "It
is not that we love David B. Hill less, but
we love Democracy more. Cheers. The
best blood of Massachusetts courses
through my veins, and I assure yoa, com
'.ii a X do from Louisiana, that we would
not east any aspersiana upon you. But,
gentlemen, 70a hare got hold of the
wrong end of the dilemma. It is ns that
yon would trample upon cheers and
hisses 1 two-thirds of this convention
renewed hisses and cheers we ask yon
in the name of two-thirds of this conven
tion to give ns the temporary chairman
ship. More biases and cheers.
"We state to the Democracy of the
United States now that we are on top and
mean to assert our rights." At this state
ment the delegates raised a howl mingled
with voluminous hisses and a moderate
quantity of cheers. Chairman Harrity
Stretched his hands out appealingly for or
der, and he was greeted with renewed con
fusion in which could be distinguished
many cries, of "Bill, HilL" Finally order
was restored and Marston said: "Gentle
man of tha itnnvantlAn. llaton that r, m,V
hear. It is not against Hill, no; it is not I
gainst anybody that we have proceeded
In this manner, but It Is In favor of Ue
moeraey.,, There were a great many speeches, the
silver rven protesting no intended indig
nity to Hill in opposing him and the gold
men urging the necessity of concession
for harmony's sake. Bnt the chair finally
during a lull in the oratory said that "un
less a clear majority of the delegates to
the convention shall seem to determine or
indicate to tho contrary, the chair will
direct a call of the roll immediately after
the recognition of the next gentleman. It
is for the delegates to determine if the
thair is unduly hasty about thc direction
f the calling of the roll. Cries of "roll,
roll." Then, as the chair understands the
sentiment of the delegates he will now
present the last gentleman to be hoard
upon this question H. D. Cloyton."
Clayton closed the debate lor the silver
men, and at his conclusion the vote was
taken by states resulting: For Daniel,
55A; for Hill, 849. During the roll call
Iowa's vote was challenged and a poll
taUen, the object being to bring tip the
question of tho unit rule. The chair set
tled the question for the time by declaring
the unit rule in force, and Iowa s twenty-
siv votes went to Daniel. There were
other decisions of a similar character that
Were to thc advantage of Hill, the chair
uniformly upholding the unit rule where
it had been adopted by the state.
The total vote cast was UOo, one man not
voting, and that man wag Senator HilL
Daniel was declared elected and the an
nouncement was greeted with an ovation
from the silver men, as it was apparent
that tho silver clement was in the ascend
ency and would remain so until the end.
Thc chairman attempted to restore order
by hammering with his gavel upon his
desk. Sergeant-at-Arms John L Martin,
of St. Louis, came to tho rescue of the
chairman, and in a voice of command
directed every delegate to take his sent.
He also ordered his assistants to clear the
DANIEL ASSl'MKS THE GAVEL.
Points From His Flea for the Caase of the
Daniel was escorted to the chair and
received a wild greeting, the band playing
Hail to tho Chief" and the cheers reach
ing the proportion of an eruption. Har
rity introduced him to the convention and
passed the gavel over to him and the new
chairman began his speech with a com
pliment to I he fairness of the national
committee chairman. In tho course of
his speech he said: "I regret that my
name should have liecn brought in even
the most courteous and serious complica
tion with that of my distinguished friend,
the great senator from Xew York. Ap
plause. But the very fact that I have
permitted it to lw done refutes the sug
gestion thot has been impmvhlently made
on this floor that cither I or those whom
I have the honor to represent would ever
heap indignity upon that brave and
illustrious head. Great Applause.
"There is one thing golden which per
mit me, in the same good hnmor which
has characterize! your conduct, to com
mend to you here. It is the golden rule to
do unto others as you would have them do
unto yon. Forget not that an absoluto
acquiescence in the will of the majority is
tho vital principle of the republic. Demo
crats ns you have been. Democrats as I
trust you will ever bo, arquiesca grace
fully in the will of this great majority of
fellow Democrats, and only ask to go with
them, as they havo often gone with you.
Applause. Do not forget, gentlemen,
that for thirty years we have supported
the men that you havo named for presi
dent Seymour, Greeley, Tilden, Han
cock, and twice Grover Cleveland.
"Do not forget that we have submitted
cheerfully to your compromised platform
and to your repented pledges of blmte-
allif.iu, and have patiently borne repeated
disappointments ns to their f tilullment,
Do not forget that at the last national
convention of the Democratic party in
1SSI2 you proclaimed yourselves to be in
favor of the use of both gold and silver as
standard money of the country; for tho
coinage of both gold and silver without
discriminating against either metal; and
that the only question left open was tho
ratio between the met.tls.
The balance of the address was an argu
ment for the free coinage of silver, during
which he took a twist at the tail of the
British lion as follows: "Great Britain
has large gold mines in South Africa and
South America, and by closing the silver
mines has greatly enhanced their products
and their values. Recent British aggres
sion in Venezuela nnd in the settlements of
South Africa was moved by the desire to
possess more of these gold mines, and hy
monopolizing the metal as tar as possible
to assert British commercial supremacy
over the world."
At the close of the chairman's address
he declared the convention open for busi
ness and a vote of thanks was adopted
first thing to Chairman Harrity. Tem
porary rules were adopted and the rcgubv
tion convention committees were as
pointed under a call of the states, and on
motion the convention adjourned for the
It was a notable fact that by one of
those strange coincidences it was Senator
John W. Daniel, of Virginia who four
years ago ot the wigwam here nominated
Hill for the presidency who was selected
to give the fatal blow to the man whom
he would have exalted to the first place In
the republic. No more eloquent commen
tary on the revolution which has divided
the party and made this convention so
memorable could be needed.
It was not without a wail of agony,
however, that some of the spectators who
could not fathom the mysteries of polit
ical manoeuvering and the necessity of
grinding men beneath the heel, saw the
old champion whose slogan and proudest
boast was "I am a Democrat," go down.
Even after Senator Daniel had reached
the platform and assumed the gavel they
called londly for the defeated leader, but
the experienced general who has tasted
the bitterness of defeat before, as well aa
the swnetnsss of victory, only smiled
Grand Reception to Americans
in Great Britain.
BOSTOTS 00XPA1T OF ABTTLLEBY
iad Lmdoe amd Us
W.la.wi.a hy Michtj Throng, Who
Cheer the Visitors Eathanuastleally,
While the Net 11 Amthema of Both
Xatletas Kiag Oat Tale Defeated hy
Louder at Henley McDowell Wiaa.
- Liverpool, July 8. The Canard steam
ship Servia, from Boston, having on board
the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com-
, pany of Massachusetts, reached the land
ing place here at 4 o'clock p. m. yesterday.
The Americans were greeted with the
heartiest of cheers frcm a vast concourse
of people, and they made a lusty response.
The most elaborate preparations had been
made to give the Bostoniansa big recep
tion, including a reception, but the pro
gramme had to be abandoned owing to the
late arrival of the Servia.
Ancients of lamdoB oa Band.
The Americans were met by the recep
tion committee of the Honorable Artillery
Company of London, the Earl of Derby,
the lord mayor, many military officers
snd civil officials and a number of prom
inent people; detachments of soldiers and
a guard of honor. The Bostonians were
in full uniform and as they marched
ashore they were loudly cheered again and
again. The visitors appeared to be greatly
delighted with the heartiness of the recep
tion accorded them. As the Servia was
moored the stars and stripes were hoisted
to the foremast and the Union Jack was
hoisted to a flagpolo on the landing stage.
Two National Anthems Played.
This was the signal for the massed bands
to play "God Save the Queen," at the first
notes of which the multitude stood bare
headed. Immediately afterwards the fa
mous Salem Cadet band, which accompa
nies the Bostonians, played the "Star
Spangled Banner." Tho first strains of
the anthem caused the crowd to burst
forth into a storm of cheering, which was
acknowledged by a salute from the Amer
ican officers standing on the dock of the
steamship. The departure of the visitors
for London was the signal for another out
burst of cheering from the dense crowds
about the station
GREAT WELCOME AT LOMDOM.
Enormous Crowd Greets the American, at
the Metro poll.
London, July 8. The train having the
Bostonians on board steamed into Euston
station at 8:43 p. m. Enormous crowds of
people had by that time gathered in and
about the station. Immediately after the
train stopped the Salem Cadet band
alighted and drew np on the platform
where it played "God Save the Queen,"
which the crowds cheered nntll they were
hoarse. The bands at the station repeated
the British national anthem and then
played "Yankee Doodle," the ciowds re
maining uncovered and cheering.
The whole ronto to Finsbnry Square
was lined with cheering people, and the
fifty or more omnibusses conveying the
Bontonians had the greatest difficulty
in traversing the crowds, who pressed
around tho vehicles in an enthusiasm of
greeting in spite of the fact that they had
been waiting all dny long. Lunch was
served on board tho train conveying the
ladies' party. Who were on a special. The
party which reached the Honorable Ar
tillery Company's armory on Finsbury
Square numbered nearly 030 persons.
The omibusses drew up in front of trie
headquarters, within a half mile of which
the crowd was as thick as on Lord Mayor's
day. Tho cheering was deafening and
all traffic In the neighborhood was
stopped. Lord Colvillc, of Culross, in
evening dress, and the Earl of Denbigh
and others in full uniform welcomed each
guest as bis name was announced, and
this was the Bignnl for more loud cheer
ing. A large number of the visitors from
across the Atlantic were in civilian dress.
as they had not time to change their
clothes. VY hile the reception was in pro
gress the band in the ante-room played
TALE ROWS A GOOD RACE,
Bat the Leanders Beat the Sems of Ell
Henlky-ox-Thames, July 8. The third
trial heat for the Grand Challenge cup,
between Leander and Yale, was started at
1 :Xl yesterday. Yale got away with
lead, but Leander won cosily by one and
three-quarter lengths. Time, 7:14. The
Leander men were in first-class condition
at the finish. The Yale defeat waa partly
compensated for by the victory of Dr. W.
McDowell, of the Delaware boat club,
Chicago, who won the fourth heat for the
diamond sculls, defeating F. A. Guinness.
Dr. McDowell's style was pronounced to
be very much like Hanlan's. He kept
dangerously near the piles and off the
Rectory struck ono of them sharply with
his oar. Nevertheless ho kept the lead.
The time for half the distance was 8:0.
As Dr. McDowell came home in grand
style there was loud applause from all
sides. Off Phylis Court the American
sculler evidently thought he had finished
and slowed up to look around. Guinness
then made a desperate spurt and people
thought that McDowell was exhausted.
which brought forth cries of "Guinness
wins" and "Go on, McDowell, go on, Mc
Dowell, finish It out."
Then McDowell in two or three powerful
sttokes again shot away as if Guineas was
at anchor and won amid the greatest ap
plause from the Americans and r-ngllah.
The experts on the umpires' launch said
that Dr. McDowell Is a wonderful sculler.
The experts also said that Yale's stroke
throughout the race wrs thirty-nine to
forty, and the Lrenders&ny theirs averaged
Scores en the Ball 1'k-ld.
Chicago, July . Folbrwing are the
League scores at base ball: At Chicago
Baltimore 11, Chicago 13; at St. Louis-
New York 13. St. Louis 7; at Cleveland
Brooklyn 6, Cleveland f); at Cincinnati
Philadelphia . Cincinnati 14; at lxtoie
ville Boston 10. Louisville 7; at Wash
ington Pittsburg 5, Washington 1.
Western League: At Kansas City In
dianapolis 4, Kansas City 6; at St. Paul
Grand Rapids 2, St. Paul 14; at Minneap
olisDetroit o, Minneapolis 13; at Mil
waukee Columbus 6, Milwaukee 1.
Western Association: At St. Joseph
Peoria 0, Kt. Joseph 6r at Burlington
Dubuque 7, Burlington 6; at Des M vines
Cedar Rapids a, Des Moines e
. The highest claim for other
tobaccos is "Just as
good as Durham."
Every old smoker
Ton will find one
each two ounce
pons ntsHle each
a.i 1 m hbk 01 uiactwrii
1 .Bu-r ""tr of
muioi lutKKToawi trail 1QC
cotiTxin which eives a list
of valuable presents and bow
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
Cor Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
cixsrrs taiesst ran.
The steal et uie
dy tor aetuu
all tm iee. die
aaaa of theeew-
of esther era.
ene na Nereoo.
Fallina; or Lost
BBTOBB aS aTBS IBIM.
Manhood, lir potency. Nightly Em teniae. You thr
tut r.rrora, mental v orry. excessive use of to
bacoo or Opium, which lcd to Cocta nni ptioa aad
Insanity. With every 9S order we rive a wrte
ten guarantee to cure or refund the moony.
Sold at ttJOm per box. boxes for M.ej,. i.
orrs cauDCai. cortim.
Sold by T.H.1
will do If sret as a wart sacerding te dlivstioee:
prtTeetlrsnpailesioeor bleed Sweeeaa. this di
eax-a. acste and cbroetc Blcerm. a'j'etera. Si sari
of the hand, sad feet. Sr. fa, Tatter, Bait Rhes
Mt!nB.tonnsloaof the Bladder, Dieraar of
the Meea. joaia and maeelea. pfcitetic I catty.
Scarry . roofala re aunty forma. The ahrw. aod
a hundred eloer forms of eteeaee era oraceeble
directly w indirectly to Syphl Its. Bawd Foteos
for hlcb the Or. Jaconets Krnrllah safety Tab
lets s a .are preventative, and la a safe Germ
Killer, fssderiof eerjtastee hardly tmeelMe. hence
tut vara. If seasoned eeeb trosoue teenlt fatal
)y. MstMdaeywhata. sealed tl;ela bnsae fee Sf.
a. Bales. 'earth are and Sis et . aVuA falae-1
Xs the BEST aad LARGEST Bar of ,
GOOD SOAP ever sold for B Oesta.
Sold by all dealers. -
V(e J ?L
is none just
bag, and two cou
s 1 "tiruam.
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Sellable Goods at
Bock-Bottom I 'rices.
180 BXnOSlt ATESTJE.
To buy I lard war,
Mised llonaa and
Floor Faints, Rub
ber I lose, Lawa
Mowers or anything
la the I lard were
line in general is of
MIO Third Aveoae.
AGENT FUR EAGLE BICYCLES
II II. BRIG OS,
Red Estite, Insiin&ce. Lcins
AMD HOUSES TO BEST.
Office IMS Second At., Book Island.
Save ea head 40 leAita Sowtk Reek Iitaad en
eaeytmram; lest enMde the dry Uatrta: (md
wator: tow Ui, aad ebaea bvrnrsnea. Ten arm
anThuTreWwh eweet end rtfaaawh nveees.
A aanaharaf assess of sssnstlr la khs ens for
aw asm asst. '