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ttsebao tar pnbHcattoeU Me rack
I Will sssrtseee ever lilTlliim Usslsns
TauBs4V. Jm 1, 1897.
svy department Is to spend
W00.000 within the next few months
la drsdjrias; operations at the various
Saloon keepers in Atlanta, Ga.,
aavo salted ia a petition to the oom
stoa eonaeil asking for an ordinance
sgalast free loaches.
Babobbss Bcbdktt-Coctts has
Riven for the London poor 91.000,000.
"be is sUll ready, hand and parse.
In the eaase of charity.
aT Black, of New Tork, has
signed 797 new laws since the 1st of
Jaaaary last, vetoed a few, and
Allowed MO to die npoB a time limit.
f hb laws eaaoted by the last gen
oral assembly of Illinois, including
that for the reapportionment of the
jadielal circuit, become operative
Bsvived talk of a speoial session
of the stata general assembly oannot
be calculated to inspire any return
of "confidence" in Illinois. Peoria
Ir there area trt ha. innth.. v. l
lection in Bock Island this year, a
big whale would surely come inland
for the express purpose of swallow
iBjc the Union.
Xvidextlt everyone who acts con
traryto the Bock Island Union's
wishes in this , town belongs to a
Junta. Let as see, did not we hear
rom that word through the Union
daring the postoffice agitation last
Tbb sentiment manifested ia the
states of Iowa and Ohio indicates
that the silver wave which swept
over the country last year has not
been superseded to any perceptible
extent as yet by the wave of pros-
Ta Union's familiarity with Span
ish words is astonishing. Its most
weighty disenssions of late have con
tained reference to both the junta
and thecaptain general. Can it be
-nuwE tm is uiuuk to striae
Weyler for a postoffice?
- Tbb Peoria Transcript says that a
peealiar hog plague is creeping this
way from the southern part of the
state. It is not the old fashioned
eholers, but is a sort of rapid and
violent leprosy. Soon after he is at
tacked with the disease the hog
gives a squeal or two, and that is
the last ol his existence.
Tbb discussion of the school elec
tion has, as a matter of coarse,
brought to the front, through the
Union, the anonymous correspon
dent, and walla the morning paper
permits this gallant individual to
asallga Mr. Donaldson under cover.
It seeks to square itself by tallying
him la another column.
DncuHixa the school election the
Gaioa rets back into the serins nn.
y alelpal eonteet, and states that the
raassa ine repuDuoan ticket did not
saeoesd was there was opposition.
That opposition made an impression
oa la mind of the Union evidently
boeaase It was one of the few in
stances ia its career where it was in
sympathy with a eaase that won.
Otbb 116.000,000 were scooped In
by the sugar trust through the In
creased rate la the sugar schedule,
says aa exchange. Stocks rose & a
share la Wall street. Sugar goes
ap aad wagae go down. The poor
man's breakfast tea most go without
the sweetening. And yet the laborer
la told to be happy aad content, as
all things work together for good to
those who love Banna and the repub-
Wbbx the Gregory murder case
erne up for trial before Judge Gray
at Galeeborg this week objection was
. reads to the panel of jurymen, and
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II ft Specialties: L:2ZtZ 1
1 1 TJiiZ. -r.Or mm -tele. (,
I " - - mJ ita Wilt . is.
' I "on. COH-NAUOHTON.
J t , ' ew bsssv $t, ,'t?'?j'
the judge sustained is. The sapor
visors made ao new list of jarors
last September, aa la require by
law, aad the clerk has beea drawing
from the old list made ia July, 1896.
Aa no new jury list can be made
until next September, court business
will be obstructed ia Knox county.
for eases -mast go over where objec
tion is made. Other important cases
affected, says the Monmouth Review,
sre tne Oneida ban a robbery case
and that against Mrs. C F. Johnson.
charged with killing her husband.
Ball Faarcn Buk Babhera Gtt Amy.
Omaha, July L A special to The Bee
from Deadwood. 8. D., saysr- The chaae
after the outlaws who attempted to loot
the Belle Fourche bank has so rat keen
without result. The robbers were ear
rounded by the posse on the Three V
ranch, but during the darkness man
aged to slip through between the sen
tinels, and when dawn broke had man
aged to put a long stretch ot country
between them and their pursuers. A
member of the posse returned to Belle
Fourche late yesterday afternoon and re
ports that the trail was lost early yes
Iowa's Extra ftVegtslatlv SeasloaK
Des Moines, I a., July 1. The second
extra session of the Iowa legislature
meets here today at 2 p. m. The, mem
bers are nearly all here. The session
will occupy only one or two days, and
is held to postpone the taking effect of
the new code, which goes into effect
ninety days after final adjournment. If
final adjournment had been taken In
May there would not have been enough
time for publication of the code.
Eztoaslve Laad-Owner Falls.
Springfield, Ills., July 1. Lewis H.
Thomas, of Tbomasville. an extensive
land owner and who was worth a few
years ago 175,000 to $100,000, confessed
judgment for $8,000 yesterday in the
Sangamon circuit court, 13,600 of which
was as security for D. I. Wing, who
confessed Judgment for that amount.
Both Thomas and Wing are among the
promoters of the St. Louis and Peoria
Kot a Strike, bat "Suspension."
Streator, Ills., July 1. State Secretary
W. R. Ryan, of the United States Mine
Workers' union, has telegraphed the lo
cal officers from Columbup, O., that a
general suspension cf work has been or
dered, to take effect July 4. A mass
meeting, of miners will be held here to
day to take action on the matter. The
northern field Is against a local state
strike, but will Join in a general strike.
Strike of Chicago Bookbinders.
Chicago, July 1. One of the most seri
ous strikes In the printing) trades in re
cent years Is predicted as the result of
a general strike of. union bookbinders
in four of the largest printing houses
In the city, which wa inaugurated yes
terday. Over250 men are out, and it Is
said the strike will extend to the press.
men, pressfeeders, and printers within
a few days. The printing houses in
volved are: W. B, Conkey, George W.
Hill St Co., Brock A Rankin, Thomas
Krapp. The strike Is against non-union
Will Manage the Consolidated Roads.
Milwaukee, July 1. J. A. Jordon, of
Hannibal. Mo., was yesterday made gen
eral manager of the Consolidated Green
Bay and Western and Kewaunee, Green
Bay and Western railroads to succeed
8. W. Champion. Jordan took charge
of the road today. He has been since
1892 general manager of the S L.Louis
and Hannibal road and was for .thirty
two years connected with the Chicago
and Alton. .
Steads At the Head..
August J. Bogel. the leading
druggist ot Shreveport, La., says:
Dr. King's New Discovery is the
only thing that cares my cough, and
it is tne, oest seuer i have." J. F.
Campbell, merchant of Stafford,
ah., writes: "ur. nine's New Dis
oovery is all that is claimed for it;
it never fails, and is a sure cere for
consumption, coughs and colds. I
oannot say enough for its merits."
ur. nine's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds is not
aa experiment. It has been tried
for a quarter of a century, and today
stands at the head. It never disap
points. Free trial bottle at Harts at
Ullemeyers drag store.
Then Is a Glass of Paonle
Who are injured by the use of coffee.
Recently there has been placed In all
the croeerv stores a new nrenaration
called Grain-O, made of pare grains,
mat taxes tne piece oi coffee. The
most delicate stomach receives it
without distress, and but fw n
tell it from coffee. It does not cost
over one-half as much. Children
may drink it with great benefit. 15
cents and 25 cents per pack ape. Trv
it. Ask for Grain-O.
Dr. II. B. HetHneer. Indlanannlie.
Ind says: "For several months after
spraining my ankle I was severely
afflicted with rheumatism. I finally
Hieu vsKsgs i -iuyBuc v;ure lor
rheumatism, and in four days could
walk without mv nana. tw lutti..
cured me sound and well." ''SoIcV'ty
vtto urotjaa. aruggist, 1501 Second
avenue. Rock Island, (Just Schlngel
Son, 220 West Second street, Dav
enport. 1 Tskaiis asm aad Saaeao Tmm
If you want to quit tobacco neing
easily and forever, be made well,
strong, magnetic, fall of new life and
vigor, take No-To-Bao, the wonder
worker that makes weak men atrosur.
Many gain sea pounds in tea days.
Over 400.000 eared. Bay No-To-Bae
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a eure. Booklets aad sam
ples mailed free. Addrea Sterling
usiueuj uunipauy, unioago or new
The manufacturers have instructed
at V D. I T n -
i - smw a., a. x nomas, to
give a bottle of 23-eent sise of Foley's
vuuu cure tree to ine nrst soldier of
the civil war that applies for same.
It is the great remedy for chroaio
i cramp eouo, ana au oowei
TKOAS PLUMMEF? DEAD;
Dr. S. C Plnmmar renaivAil a Hie.
patch this morning from Us nephew
bw vwev, . tai.. annoanmsrg-' tne
death there of Thomaa Plummer.
of Bock Island, and a brother of Dr.
Plummer. The deceased was bora
years ago at Salem Cross Roads,
Westmoreland county. P.. and
came to Bock Island in 1852. He re
eided here until 16 years ago when be
ciuse of the condition of his health
ae removed to California ma nr.
chased a fruit farm, which he has
eonaneted ainee. rtnriar hi Mai.
denee in Boek Island Mr. Plummer
owned soma at the fl neat hnalnni
sites here, and conducted livery sta-
u' venous parts oi what are
now some ot the busiest thorough
fares in the eitv. Ha was
and well-to-do. and at the time of
nis aeath owned the business block
now 0 CCU Died b the, etnrea nf Wil
liam Stewart and George Schneider.
He was always held in the highest
esteem by all who knew him. His
surviving family consists af hie bm.
ond wife and three sons, besides his
brother, ur. S. C. Plummer, and his
sister, Mrs. J. B. Mills, of this city,
and his brother, Dr. O. P. 8. Plum
mer, of Portland, Ore.
The funeral occurs at San Jose to.
POLICE COURT AFFAIRS.
Christ mm Daalsleosi VJaed for Cstaa lafe-
Christian Danielson. 1818 Thirty
second street, was fined $5 and coats
by Police Magistrate Stafford today
for using indecent and profane lan
guage, complained of by Henry Im-
men. . .
Theodore Holdorf was fiaed 95 and
costs for assault and battery. The
complainant was Thomas Dougherty,
who swore out a state warrant
against Holdorf, who was arrested
by Constable Eckhart. Holdorf and
Dougherty both reside in ; Rock' Isl
and, ine former's stock invaded
Doughtrty's premises. The men
had an argument over the matter
jesterday, and- Holdorf gave his
neighbor a right hand swing in the
lace. At the conclusion ol the trial
Dougherty got out another state
warrant for the prosecution of Hol-
doat for letting his stock run" at
large, ine hearing was postponed
until iuiy .
There - have been several com.
plaints to the police about boys go
ing swimming in the river sdjtoent
to the residence sections. Chief
Pender says arrests will follow if the
practice is not discontinued.
A stranger, who says his name is
ionn &mitn, removed a coat from a
dummy in front of the Economy yes.
terday afternoon. He was followed
and cornered in a nearby doorwav.
Officer Archer took him to the sta
tion. Magistrate Stafford " held
Smith to the grand jury in $100
oonas on a cnarge oi larceny.
A Fhysioloay Examination.
The following remarkable physiolog
ical statement occurred in the examina
tion papers of a student in a western
school not Ions 6ince: "The hnmmi
body is divided into three parts the
1 1 l t ' . .
ueau, uw lurai ana ine Ktotuucn. xne
bead contains the eyes and brains, if
any. lhe chest contains the lnngs and
a piece of the liver. The stomach is V?n.
voted to the bowels, of which therfc are
five a, e, i, o, u and sometime w' aiid
V. Chicago Kecord.
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The best Salve in the mrM fv.r
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
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it ties, oi no pay required. - it ta guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
V r , n . m w.
uua. cur aaie aj nana uiiemeyer.
Dent Step Bias. .Onoa
He has a bad attack of colio 'and is
maklnsr for a dm? store after "a hnt.
of Foley's Colic cure. 25 cents and
50 cents. Sold by M. V. Bahnaen and
eve WW Wl e
x. a x nomas, druggists.
aacal Llabtnlng la Michigan. -
Howard City. July 1. ' tAghtnlng
struck the house of J. Bandine at Stan-
wood at 3 o'clock Tuesday morning,
burning it to the ground, killing one
child 10 years old and badly burning
Mrs. Bandine and another child 4 years
Another International Marriage.
London. July 1. A. J. C. Wrench, of
the Royal Welsh fuslleers, married yes
terday afternoon, at the Scotch church
on Pont street. Mips Alys Theodora
Brlgga, of Cincinnati, O.
ottos Globs for
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In recent addresa Mrs.
"The woman questioa la settled, as
far aa this country is concerned. It Is
nil over.. Tbere are a great many men
who do not think it ia over, be Ahese
are also a great many men wbo do not
think the civil war ia over. Tbey have
a right to both views. There is no law
against ignorance cf any kind. ' 'Ex
Every man is a king in his own back
yard. Ram's Horn.
Good and, BufBoient ReaaontT lbr
Hectors ran te Vi
A marked trait in woman's character
ia to place implicit confidence in her
A man must work entirely from the
ory ia tha
tunately facta based
to the female eex
alone. . Many wo-
fer with at
or want-to-be-left-alone feeling, : do
not at first realize that these are
the infallible symptoms of womb
trouble and the forerunners of great
Soon they grow to feel that i tbe
doctor does not understand their csksev
Then they remember that "a woman
best understands a woman's ilia, and
turn to Mrs. Pinkham.
The following letter is but one posi
tive illustration of this fact :
"Four years ago I began to suffer
with great weak
ness of the genera
tive organs. My
womb was pro
lapsed; I suffered
backache and all
the other pains
that weakness. I
tried doctor after
after which I
became a total
scraping of the
womb. A' friend, one day, recom
mended to my husband your Com
pound. He bought me a bottle. The
relief I experienced after taking it,
was wonderful. I continued its use,
and I am glad to say my recovery ia a
perfect surprise to everybody that
Imows ire." Mrs. n. Ei-tom, 4940 San
Francisco Ave., St. Louis. Mo.
Hri CKKAM HALM lee
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cents st Drn!r?tota or by Bull ; sample lsc by stall.
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Attanrays ana Ooaasellors at Law.
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Attorneys at Law.
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