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THB ABaUO, MONDAY, JULY 26. ICO 7.
ftuksaaa ImUt k4 WmUj at MM
I matter J
there U in the tariff, for we need it la
this daj and generation.
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TISMt-DBdy. U entopMVNl. waakl,
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an ihIiim of po ual r aran awa la
ir sfcaraalOT. aoMM Of iaa1aaa,aral t
Mai mm UMM tat aamcaHoa. o auk
Mitel m ba prlataa aw actlttoe. tfpiHM.
PmiwiiiliiM snllalsil tram Tiy tonahlp
la Back ISaMd coaat.
MoaPAr. Jplt 2, 1897.
Well, do yon tall the prosperity
A mores of the Union on police
matron, there 1 none to bllad at a
who will not Me.
Out thing U certain, if the repab
lieaa party doee not bring on better
time now, It as rnn out ita string
The people are all np bright and
early looking for the dawn of pros-
perity'e day. Bnt the inn may be
oDicarea oy a oiona at present.
Sekatoh Fokakmc. of Ohio, his
been appointed by Gov. Baihnell a
trnatee of the Ohio Normal Univer
sity at Ada. Ex-Senator Calvin S.
Brice is also a trustee of that institution.
Taut a is oae characteristic about
the Union tbat is distinctly its own
possession and that no one envies it
in that Is inborn, time-developed
tnbbornnees. It's opposition to the
police matron Is pareiy a part of
The complete novel in the Aagast
issue of Lippincott's is "Two Daugh
ters ot Oae Bace." bv Edgar Fawcett.
nets, with a -ingie hero, and two
heroines whose characters are in
marked contrast. Its well-known
Laathor has done no better work.
Private Barney Hogan." by Lieut.
Charles Dndlsy Rhodes, and -Two
Letters' by Frances M. Bntler. are
brief and pointed army stories, the
latter relating a pathetic incident of
the civil war. The other contents
of this number cover in small
space a wide variety of topics.
I-rank H Sweet writes full knowl
edge of "Bird Artists," and Joanna
B. flienolts of "The Marine Hospital
Service.'- Our Street Names" are
disoussed by William Ward Crane.
Dr. A. L. Benedict inquires, "Are
Ton Going to College?" and gives
reasons why yon should if yoa are
jonog enough ana adequately pre
pared. M. A. Da Wolfe Howe medi
tates on "A Similitude of Ships."
Singing; its Past and its Pos
sibilities." is considered by Ger
trude E. Wall. Bv "The Charm
of the Inexact.' Dr. Charles C
Abbott iotend tbat coaversa
tional looseness ot epithet and state
ment to which our poor humanity it
prone. Annie 8teger Winston de
clares tbat "The Book Which Has
Most Benefitted Me" was the school
reader in her in fane. "Jonathan
Hale's Book," rescued fcom oblivion
by Edith Dickson, wae a sombre, not
to say gruesome work, ot the sort by
which juvenile piety was sought to
be promoted in and about A. D. 1731
Our children are differently pro
vided for nowadays. The poetry o'
the number, all brief, is by Lillian
Piankett Ferguson, Preston Cooke
r arrar and Robert Gilbert Welsh.
A coLiaui in this state has con
ferred on William Jennings Bryan
the degree of LL D. In 19J1 the
eleotnral college, voicing tht senti
ments of the people of the United
States, may honor him with another
and higher degree.
While some of tbe best of ns may
not realise the benelieeat results ol
the new tariff, it would, we snppose,
be unchristian not to rejoice with
John Rockefeller, Mark Henna, John
ahermen. Clans Sprockets and the
other men who do.
It was 18 weeks before the miners
up in Alatka learned who had been
elected president of the United States,
while news of the gold strike covered
the distince in something like 18
hours. After all, people are pretty
much given to looking at the private
gain side of things.
The republican party has reversed
itsilt since the tariff bill of 1890 was
passed, when it declared. "That the
necessari s of life should not be over
t tied and that sugar was a necessity
used by all classes." Now thay do
not hesitate to put sugar bejoid the
reach of the poor men.
Hep at Laaat for tha Bast.
Although some ot us may be in'
i lit el to be skeptical of the antic! na
tions of over confidiog republicans in
the ie,u:t of the adoption of tbe
tanu. we can out nope lor the best.
Tbe St. Louis Chroniole sayi : "Tbe
business of the country has been
sick. Its monetary lungs have been
congested. Its industrial liver has
been inlsmed. Its egricultural cir
culation has been sluggish. Physi
cians no less distinguished than the
president of the UniteJ States and
the congress have diagnosed the
case. They have decided that the
congestion, inflammation and stag
nation can be very largely removed
by this tariff measure, which they
have prescribed, but, no more than
ether physicians, can they help the
patient if the latter merely takes the
medicine in his month and spits it
out, without permitting it to get
into bis system. ' Those who selected
tbe physicans mnit ee to it that the
medioine is properly taken. More
than this, as a matter ot patriotism,
those whoee advice as to doctors and
prescriptions was not taken should
unite with all the rest of tbe nation
ha getting from shts new leerislatioa
every particle of good there may be
'in it. All tbe patriotism is net
shown oa the bettleteld. Much e!
it Is in theshepsaud among the men
who invest their money la legitimate
basineee enterprises. It ie the latter
tort ot patriotism which should be
awakened now." Let na have all
9? MaTinMal Himnsiw
SYSTEM OF KEECI3E.
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fa) a.liai, all Hill m. s
K a. a UallAUVAH
S soafraatt. siissirt'leea,
ABBREVIATED 1 ct-fctf T.3.
Ampricars have entered ten horses for
the. English Derby crct year.
Next Thursday rhfre will be a partial
eclipse c f the Fun vlFtMe at Chicago at
shout 7 a. m.
Henry A. Km Iter has been confirmed
ax collector of internal rffver-ue (tor th?
district of Georgia, lie is a nejtro.
The lower hnure tf the Prussian dift
has rt Jpctrd the law of association bill,
whk-h was a ptt measure cf Kaiser
By the snapplnfi; of a cable four Hour
boats near Canton. China, were over
turned late in June and 100 persons lost
The first minister ever arredited to
the 1'nitad States from Bolivia has ar
rived at New Tork. He is Louis Paz,
a fine-looking man of 43.
Vnderelectrif light at'cincinnati Har
ry Sid well, of Covington. Ky.. broke the
world s paced amateur two-mile bicycle
record. liis time was i:'2 1-3.
There wure no fatalities resulting-from
the Vanlc at the Casino theater. Padu-
cah. Ky.. r.r any one periousl-y Injured.
About thirty-live wsre hurt.
Jim Sellers, a negro murderer, was
taken from the county jail at Piits--boro,
Calhoun county, Sli8., and shot
to death by a mob. Friday night.
The story coming from Paris to the
effect that ("irmany has lodged a pro
test with onr government against the
annexation of the' Hawaiian islands is
denied at the state department.
figure Just complied in Iowa show
that In the counties where there Is di
versified farming, causing theaccumula
tion of other feed for swine besides corn
that the rate of deaths from hog cholera
is the lowest.
Somvtmng to Depend On.
James Jones, of the drng firm of
Jones & Son, Cowden, 111., in speak
tog oi vt. King's mew uiscoverv.
says that last winter his wife was at
tacked with 1 grippe, and her case
grew so serious that physicians at
Cowden and Pans could do nothing
for her. It seemed to develop into
nasty consumption. Having Dr.
King's New Discovery in store, and
selling lots ef it, he took a bottle
home, and to the surprise of all she
began to get better from the first
dose, and a half dozen dollar bottles
cured her sound and welL Dr
Kings New Discovery for consump
tion, cougns ana coias, is guaranteed
to ao tnie srooa work, rrv it. Free
trial bottles at Harts & fhlemeyer's
Kheammtlaaa Cared la at Day.
Mvstie Cure" for rhanmiliam
and neuralgia radically curea in one
to three days. Its action upon the
SVStem is remarkable, mad mvatarlnna
It removes at cnee the cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents.
Sold bv Otto Gfatiaa. IfiOl Sn.
aveaae, druggist, Kock Island; Gust
soniegei on, nest second staeet.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allavs the itching at one
acta as a poultice, giving instant re-
li-m trv "mini .. .
uvi. iTo f luimmi' maism rue uint
mini ! tiMlwrtJ ranU ab mI.
and Uohine of the srivata naru. and
nothing else. Every box in guaran
teed. Sold by druggists or sent by
mail tor 0 ceivts and 1 per box.
Williams M'rto. Oo.. Pro da . cnam.
land. Ohio. For aale by all drag-
AttM.OU nidlra. '
The manufacturers have instructed
at. r. uabnaen and T. H. Thomas, 1
give a bottle ef IS -rant of vw
Colic cure free to the tint mMU,
tbe civil war that sddKm for !
It is the great remedy tor chronic
umiuom, cramp couo. and all bowel
When bilious or costive ant a Can
cans. eaadV eathartla. nan anar...
Jfeed, lOeenta, M oenu.
FOUL MURDER IN MICHIGAN.
Itaif Woaua Killed Cater the Bfaet
Crystal Falls., Mich., July 26.-M3ne cf
tbe most dastardly crimes ever com
mitted in the upper peninsular of Mich
igan was done within a mile of tbta city
Friday evening. Miss Pearl Morrison,
one of the inert highly esteemed ycung
ladies in the town, was foully murdered
and her body outraged. Miss Morrison
had spent the afternoon visiting- friends
at tbe Great Western mine location, and
left the residence cf the Misses Brocks
at about 5 o'clock to return home. The
girl never reached there. Her fathet
went in search of her Saturday mornlcg,
but could find no trace of her. Three
large parties were organised after din
ner, headed by Elie Massie, J. E. Bower
and R. B. Webb, who started out to
make a systematic search o fthe wodos
on the east side of the river. '
They had hardly entered upon their
work when they were met by Miss
Brooks, who reported that a tramp
whom the had given supper to the even
ing before had returned to her house
phortly after dinner Saturday and said
he had found a dead girl in the woods,
and guided her to the spot where the
dead girl lay, and whom she found to
be her friend and guest cf the day be
fore. Pearl Morrison. Miss Brooks short
ly afterwards met cne of the searching
parties and took them to the place where
the object cf their search lay. The poor
girl's1 face was badly battered and her
throat showed the finger marks of the
fiend who strangled her. Dr. A. M
Darling was one of the first to examine
the corpse and he found plenty of evi
dence to show that the murderer had
satisfied his hellish lust after kilHng the
The spot where the murder took place
ta about .a quarter cf a mile from the
main road leading to the mine, and
about thirty feet from the Blaney Creek
road. The brush was trampled down for
esveral feet around where the girl lav.
showing that she had rrtifte a desperate
fight before she gave up her life. Sev
eral circumstances connected with the
finding of the body by the tramp, who
gave has name as Peter Bunce, and
claims to Hail from nowhere In particu
lar, are very auspic.cusand pointstrong
ly to him as the murderer. Should this
prow to be the case the county will be
spared the expense of a trial, as the cit
izens are wcrked up to such a pitch
that a rope and convenient tree will
mark the ending of the life cf Peter
Bunce. Two other tramps have been
arrested by Sheriff Waite. but there is
no evidence that they w:: - connected
with the crime.
Was Probably a Onnble Crime.
Utica. N. Y., July 26. John Phelps,
aged 28 years, a clerk, and his wife, aged
17, were instantly killed by a train on
the West Shore railroad about 6 o'clock
last night. They were seen straggling-
before the train struck them, and It is
thought the man intended lb cause the
death cf hie wife and himself. He had
been heard to rhreaten her.
Had a Penchant for Vets.
Decatur. Mich.. Jury 26. Mrs. Kato
Ti. Glasford, of Muskegon county, has
the unique distir.ction of having had
five husbar.ds. each, of whom was a war
veteran. She is a well-perserved woman
of 61 yesrs and of excealinly attractive
Reduced a SprihtHig Kpcord.
St. PauL July 26. A St. Cloud. Minn.,
special to The Pioneer Press says: Jas.
H. Maybury. at the Great Northern
shopmen's picnic, ran 130 yards In M 2.-3
seconds, reducing the worlds record 1-3
I'ooteroMt Ilanil Camp-Beating.
Indianapolis, July 26. The Harvest
Home camp meeting and conference of
tne Pentecost bands opened yesfcrday
at the Broad Ripple park. About 150
delegates are on the ground.
Thank fram Qneea Victoria.
New York. Julv 26. Thmupk tiu
British consulate here Queen Victoria
has sent her thanks to all her smhlects
In this country who contributed to her
BaeaJaa'a Aanica satva.
The best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Kheum. Fever Sores. Tetter. ChamMd
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, ana all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It is guar-
anteea to five nerieot aatisf action or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
oox. ror saie py uarts uilemeyer.
IHm Tuba Spit and Baaoka Wmtu Us
If you want to quit tobacco using
many anu icrever, oa maae well,
strong, magnetic full of new life and
vigor, take Mo-To-Bao, tbe wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured- Buy No-To-Bao
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a onre. Booklets and sam
pies mailed tree. Addree Sterling
nomcur company, vnioago or fiew
Far Orar Firar Year
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp baa
oeen nsea ior enuaten teething. It
soothes the child, softens the rums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
in the beat remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
For Infanta asid.Cbildren.
fteiss Maggie Ktenneh
Dr. Milas Restorative I
Long BwfTaHitg from Haadacha Owad by
HEADACHES are the bane of woman's
life. Frequently relieved but seldom
permanently cured, the ultimate re
sult Is continual misery. Hiss Haggle Han-
nab, 521 Chestnut St- Danville, 111- says in
June 1S9C: "I cannot add to my testimony of
last year except tbat lam well and stronz.
Two years ago I had snch a pain In my head
that I ate nothing, was desperately nervous
f""""Snaaaaaaaaa an(j CJUJJ not aleep
peculiar to my sex set
In and onr physician
called another in con-
IV. .. .... V I tided I had consump
tion and must die. I
commenced taking Dr.
Miles Res to rat ire Nervine and the second
night obtained the first nights real sleep in
four weeks. I know that Dr. Miles' Restor
ative Nervine saved my life.
Dr. Miles- Remedies are sold by all drug
gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle
benefits or money refunded. Book on Heart
and Nerves sent free to all applicants.
DK. MILES MEDICAL CO. Elkhart. Ind.
MoCASKBIN ft McCASKBJN,
Attorneys at Law.
Roak tatand and Milan. Rock uin&
otnee OTr KreU A Math's store; Milan
offloa on Mala street.
JACKSON ft HUSST. .
Attorneys at Law.
BOffl. la Rook uuu Rational Bank
J. J. ROACH.
Attorney at Law.
CoUeetloB Amaaw. rw.
1707 Seeood avenue.
WM. L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
Money to Loan, General Legal BtMi
nesa, Notary Public. 170 Seeood eve
ana, But ord block.
a d. swaaaar. c i waioua.
SWEENEY ft WALKES,
Attorneys end Oouneellors at Law.
qaee In Bengstoa Block.
CHABLES J. SEABLE,
Conncellor at law. Office in court
MoXNIBT ft MoENTBT.
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money oa rood security; make
eoUeeUona. Reference, Mitchell A
J-ynde, b"- Offloe, MlteheU
a L. SILVIS,
Over Krell AMath's, 1716 Seeoad a vacua.
DR. J, D. UN ANGST.
Ofle. Bona tt, Whltaaer Bleek,
eorner Third and Brady atraata, Davea.
N. Y. DENTAL 1ABU)BS,
Hi B. Third 8L, Davaaport.
For pilnlaai fllllnc with the eleetrle
eataphone. Painless extraetlac. All
wura a ono-aau ana
Gaaraateed for IS yean.
JAMES P. HTJBBELL,
Areblteet and SupermeBatdeat.
Boomcl, Mlteben A Lyade ballalai,
DBACK ft KEBNS,
HKNBT 6AETJE, frop.
I Oat Ftowevi end Deals as ef an KMs j
rfaoae.'isML' WW B,n' aveaae,Tea I
HAVE YOU BEEN TO
Y0UN6 & m
And Seen What They Are Offering at
Their Great Alteration Sale?
Your neighbor has, and is well pleased with his bargain. That was last week, but
this week we have raore astonishing bargains than ever to offer in the Dry Goods,
Waist and Wrapper Departments. And we especially ask you to consider the how Trices
we quote on Crockery and Ilonsefurniskings. Consider well ! Any goods not satisfac
tory, money refunded cheerfully. Wash Goods, Organdies, Summer Silks and Dimities
cut until the fun is all in vour favor.
It is high time to close out I.ndies
Summer Shirt AYaistes, so licre tbey
ALL WAISTS OX TAW.K XO 1.
worth up to 69c and 7jc, chnk-e
ALL WAISTS ON TABLE XO. 2, worth
up to $1.00
ALL WAISTS OX TABLE XO. H, worth
up to $1.48
Just a simple invitation to come and
investigate. We start them nt 59
Gents' Outing Shirts.
LOT 1 FANCY OfTIXti SlUirTS. m-t
on collar, with -Ot;e back, 50c
LOT 2 FANCY MAIM! S SHI UTS, in
checks and Rtriju-K. svt on collar,
pearl buttons, with yoke, "3c
quality at '
LOT 3 FAXCY SILK STKII'K MA
dras shirts, double stitched with silk
all throiiR-h, a Imrgui i. sizca lVt to
1G only, $1.23 quality at
OXE CASE IJOCKFOKO SOX. knit on
tops, extra lengths, Sc quality at...
One case CO doz. mens brown and
black sox, full seamless, worth
15c, a pair
PXE LOT OF MKXS' SUSPENDERS,
odds and ends from the seasons bus
iness, to close out, per pair
10 DOZ. BOYS' SUSI'EXDEKS. choieo
15 DOZ BLE VCIIEl) SHEETS 72x:;0,
with 2-inch hm, worth fi.V for....
25 DOZ PILLOW CASES, blenched ::Cx
43, each only
OCK ICICLE SUMMER CORSET, well
worth 50c, nowr a5VC
THE JACKSON PARK EXTRA LONG
Waist Summer Corset, 73c qiiiiltiy,
We carry a complete line of the
Kabo.and R. G. conta. Prices always
W re at crockery and glasMwmr lor
pmrtlet mad excursions.
SUMMER SILKS FOR WAISTS. WE
have concluded to unload the entire
lot, CSc. 52c and 9c a yd at
3B-1NCH BLACK JAP. WASH SILKS,
9Sc qualtiy, a yd
21-INCH WHITE JAP SILK, guaran
teed to wash. 62c n
32-INCH DRAPERY SILKS, All New
up to date designs 73c at...........
We have been offering some good
values at very low prices, but this
week we are going to do still lictter.
Down goes the pri-es, cost is t.ot cou
siderecle in this aale
ORGANDIES, DIMITIES. LINEN
color effects 10c, 80, 7c, choice
32-INCII ROYAL BATISTE LAWNS,
very fine fhoer cloth, fine selection
of patterns, choice
FRENCH DIMITIES IMPORTED TO
retail at 3.c, choice
TISSUE BORDE. OPEN WORK, WITH
floral designs 23c a yd at
ALL OF OCR FRENCH IMPORTED
Organdies 42c. and 30c a yd, eiioiee..
;-IXCH 3 PLY GARDEN III l?E worth .
7Uc. with coupling, sale price,
f.er foot 4.'C
i-IXCH 3-rLY GARDEN' HOSE worth
12V,e, guarnntecl until lv.w, with
coupling, sale price, per fooi 9'iC
GEM NICKEL PITTED NOZELS for
One quart. Re: two quart. Ilk-; three
quart, 13c; four quart, 20u
LAWN MOWERS Fully - guaranteed.
a kaa-a v a a aa a
t.. Minii'.ii ruiiv gtiarant-ei, r-
12 l::cl '. 1 2..10
LAWN MOWERS Fully giiuranteed.
LAWN MOWERS Fully guaranteed.
10 im-'.i ........
Dint i:ay a hardware dealer double
for the Mime thing.
I Many Ihiir imx-kn have lieen ivti this
reason. Ii:lt e have stilt quite a su
ply 011 ha::d and to make thin print
sal- Smpresjiive we will gie you a re
bale :f -0 per cent or (-3 oft of a-ii
b:!in:iiot'k puiehased this e,-k. POSI
TIVELY ONLY ONE WEEK.
Lsmps! Lamps! 25 T er Cent Discount
oft the remainder f our lamp sln-k.
We liae a few n;.re l-ft but they
.mint nil le ! out. A few more
ha-:'iii-t I:-.iim. A few more haiiiring
l;u. j'H. A few more parlor Maml
I.iiii . I: :mnilH-r 20 K-r e-iit dis
count o(T any lamp in the house.
MASON" FRUIT CANS,
pir.t. em li .........................
MASON FRUIT CANS,
MASON FRUIT CANS.
'- gulloa each .................',.
We hate an extensive line of fine
imitation real cak frame mirrors in
all siis. whieh are worth double the
money wlih-h we afk for them, but
here th.-y go.
MIRROR IMITATION OAK FRAME,
mii;ri:r IMITATION oak FRAMF,
MIURKit IMITATION OAK FRAME,
7Vh" each ..
MIRROR IMITATION AK FRAME,
MIRROR IMITATION OAK FRAME,
MIRRf.1t IMITATION OAK FRAMI
MII!ltf)R IMITATION OAK. FRAME.
12x20 each :
MIRROR IMITATION AK FRAME,
MIRROR IMITATION OAK FRAME.
YOUNG & McCOMBS, - Rocfi Island, III. g