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THIS ARGUS, BATUBPAT. OCTOBER 16. 1007.
I Profsgsional Cards.!
M!CA:KSi:i McCASKBIN, !
I AMuraas m Law.
Rock Island and Milan Bock Island i
, olnes over Kreil Mam IMi Milan
l omoe un Jia-n street.
I A ttoronya at Law. g
i Oflie in RiMt laitnd Keveal Bask V
! J. J. BOACU,
Attorney si Law.
Ahitrsem. Oolleatloa imn. Of f j
So mot inrf neeuad aeuo. u
g YYld. L. LCDOLPH.
2 A Mora j at Law.
ri afanu to Lots. B-jxrml Leral Bus.
aea, notary PeoUs. in Sseoad ave-1
r bus, iiuiora cioak.
N ft. swusst. a u nuni
g BWtZKEY. A WALKEB,
in Attorneys end Cosnceuor at Law.
4 OEM la btarstuB Block.
5 CHARLES J. S2ABLE,
5 State's Attorney.
Councellor at law. Offloo la oourt I
g McKNIBT McENIBT,
?t A ttnraara . 1 Law.
Loan money on rood soeurlty: make i
: eoit-tioc, Puieteioo. afltohell i
, I.tnds. biLkon. Office. Miaahell A l
i i.ynd Bulimac.
K. 11. FIRST, M. D.
Pnyalotiui and Surgeon.
Phono I on IWI7. Office. 3?t Twcn- I
Xtlclli irurl. omoe Hourv 10 to I:! a. I
. m t 2 ti 4 and J to x p m. Sunday, s: I
at WV:S0 a. m.; I:3v to3 p. tn. I
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a L. SILVI3, j
Ovsr Kreil Matt a, P1B Beeond are-1
DR. J, V. CNANGST. j
tj Dentist, i
' - i
1 Dffloa, Kooin 9, Wh'.taker Bloalc, j
' comer Third and Brady streets, Daren- ,
N. T. DENTAL PABLOBS,
lit X. Tblrd St, Davenport,
J For palUess Olllnc with the eleetrlo
y eataptuiuu. Palr.lcas (lUMiIng. All
!; work at oue-baif the usual prloes.
Uuaraateed lor 10 year.
li J- 'ITT' am i !
JALIE3 P. HUBDELL,
Arohlteot and Buperlntoadent
Boom 41, autobtil Lynda hollaing,
9; third Door. ,
DBACK 4 KEBN3,
Aroh'isou and BapariBtenaeatt.
UKNRY OAETJF, Prep. g
Obi flowers and Deaifta of. a! Kind Jj
J City (tore, 1807 Eccoed avecaa. Tele- 9
phoce, I61O. (i
gugone J, Burn 3
Real Esta te
Bay. Sell and Manage
property. Collect Reata.
The old fire aad time
tried cornpauyf reprc
Mutbd. Rates as lew
as any reliable company
a 3ar I'atre&agt It SolitriWiL .
t See 1810, tteooMd Af. n
Harper Hcmae Block
J iyC wnil m lar.ol. Ilaipm. Cvptmr '2
lAIC iUU caioM imu Acfto. Old aurra f!
1; i. m . ... ii-i-w-'.' a wkAW
IK r.M DY to, S07 Maal Tarte
n aitan, IM-. for proof ( cans, vmw-
Sweet Greetings that
Keep the Home
It Is Hard to Smile When the
Body Is Racked With
te head throhbinst. and the body is foil of
pain. 1 he thing to do is to rid yourself of the
.. 111113. uiu .nun.
yon will help you do it.
Too Munyon Hunco.
p of discoveries
la medicine, are i
veritable boon to
mac kind. The
world is rapidly
by truth and evi
dence, and soon
school of medicine
wrll be accepted
and recognized as
, a t . "e onlv school
".jLauninasure. iiere sproot. win yon
Study It f '
?rr. John H. Lar!ln. EJck. Marlon,
county, Ind., soys: Until a few weeks
aso I suffered very severely with pleu
risy and catarrh. I tried several kinds
Of treatnK-nt, but sot no better. I .-U
that my lungs were ofTected. Three weeks
trt-Htnt- nt under the Munyon aystem and
t f-lt liko a now man. In one week the
plourlBy hud il left me. and I am now
Rlmi;Ht rid of thn rtarrh. Munyon'a
bemedieu ara wonderful."
Mnnvon has a separate cure for each disease
For mill- by druirffiEM, mostly at cents a bottle
If in doubt writa to lrofcssor Munyon at
PhiIndolp!iia, Pa.,and get medical advice free.
Xstato of Hecry Cmtensea, deceased.
The BlTljrntod having bean appointed ad
Drinlatrsutz of tbe estate of Henry Cara
tensun, late ef the eoooty of Hock Island.
of Illinois, duceased, hereky (r.ves notice
that sbe will appear before toe eonnty eonrt o
Boek Itlsnd cuanty, at the olllce of the clerk of
ud court. In the eily of Rock I'land, at th De
cember teim, on the drat Monday In December
next, at which time all persona having cistms
al nr.t said Mtalo arnnoiiaedand requested to
ailvsd for the purpose of bavin; the same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to saideta aro re-
SaecUd to make lmaiedUto payment to the nn
re'jraod. Daiud U)1 fl dy o? September A. D.. XML
times t'AitsTESfts, Administratrix.
Notico Sale of Real Estate.
By an order en 1 dercc of the circuit coart of
Rf.ck lxland countr.Ill., made on tue petition of
the niidc-l(riied, Wcon;o W . Dean, cuardtan of
Klmer W. lHjan, Anna Dean and Bertha l ean, for
Ijave to (cil the real cetate of the said Elmtr
W. Dean. Anna Dan an l Bertha Dean at the
September trtu, A. D., of said court, to
It, on the 2"itU day of September A. D., 1BU7, I
hall on tbe xtd !uy of October nest, at the hoor
of II o'clock In the forenoon of said day. sell at
public a)e ut the cast door of the eourt houso In
tbe city of Hock Ilaud. county of Reck Island
and date of li lnoir, the real estate described
as follows, to-wit:
Three tw.-nty.flti.hu (3-r.) of lots one (1) and
two (i in block eighteen ( 18V. and three twenty
flfrhsiS 2.')of tho souin oue limdntd and thirty
(13 1) f. u'. of lot tun (lu) In block thirteen (J3),
all In Spencer fc Us(e' adlitlon to tbe city of
Hock Island, county of Rock Island and state of
On tbe following tcrnip, to-wit: Forewh.
Dated tnia )tn day of September, A. D., 1897.
Okouub W. Dsts, Gnardlan, tto.
Sealed Proposals Invited.
Scaled bids Will be received at the offle of
Drck As Kern. architect. Odd Fellow building.
Imck IlKnd. 111., for the conetntctinn of th- head
onice bulldtre (or tbe Modern Woodmen of
America, until Monday, Mor. 1. lwT, sot later
tban 14 o'ckm k m. Alio sparAtc bids or pro
pooalg will be received for forniguuis the heat
ing and venti'alion apparatus, for elevators, for
pluiuliltic. lor manteis and fire grato". for gas
ami eicctnc winug snu ror paint decorations,
until Jan. 1), IP., at 1J o'clock noon.
t'ltns may be Been at the oiBce of the areM
Ur.is on and after Oct. 18, I8OT.
Tbe boanl of directors of the Modern Wood
men reserve the right to reject any and all bids.
Bids mmd be aceoninaniod with a CArtiflMt rhk
of I per cent of the amonnt of the bid as a guar-
Minr.o imi ,uv uiwuer win vnior uiiu contract ana
Slve (ood and suffldient bond.
uuiiuinK to be rxl-JO feet, ana to be fire proof
throughout, and Will be three stories and base
ment, me ouiiutng will be or pressed brick
with terra cotta and stone trimmings, and will be
locatod at Kock Island, Hanoi.
HKB island. 111., Oct. It, lb'JT.
'Cock of the Walk"
In the laandry business Is what our
patrona own us to be. So you can't
blame us for crowing when we have
won the right on your shirt fronts,
collars, cuffs and shirt waists. We
do the best work in town, and are
looking for your bundle. Shall we
get it King phone 1214.
17S4 Third Are. Fhooe in.
Mar sad Aaar Liu.,;
a. . a ww w.ctTwTT. Wli TTWP T"T Bp tat WMK.
m OfAXiUU 1 OWCT IB 911 Hfl MX, IBTeUmOlaV
' . I -.v aswtaa aatvjw 1 a. Bsaar.esCE, SnB
He Throws It Down for the Editor
of the Baltimore Sun to'
Pick Up if He Will.
ABELL OriEEID A CLE AS FIELD.
If He vTUl Assame tbe Xeadernhlp in the
Maryland Fight the Senator FrnposM to
Withdraw Even from the Contest for the
Senate Letter That Appeared as a Paid
Advertisement in the Paper to fVnoxe
Editor It Was Addressed.
Baltimore, Ort. 16. United States Sen
ator Gorman yesterday issued an crtn
letter to Edwin F. AhelL publisher of the
Baltimore Sun, In which he offers to re
linquish the leadership of the Democra
cy of Maryland provided Abell will ac
cept it and support the Democratic tick
et in the comlrg state and legislative
campaign. He Iso intimates that te will
forego his ambition to succeed hlmfcU
In the United EtaUs senate if it can be
chown that such a step is necessary to
Democratic success. The letter, which
la a very long one, reviews the course
of The Sun in its opposition to Gorman
because of his views upon civil service,
tariff and ballot rtform measures. To all
the charges made against him upon this
score Gorman pleads guilty, but Quote;
ine Bun as having admitted that euc.1i
questions were largely matters of opin
ion and asserts that every man is free to
think as he pleads regarding! them, lie
defends his course in regard to all these
questions and concludts with the fol
"Let's Get Itown to BuKlnmi."
'And, now, Mr. Abtll, let us paps to a
question touching which there can be no
misunderstanding. Thcss statement and
counter-statements, arguments and re
tortsall this petty clash of protestation
and impeachment amount to very little
at the best. You have declared your un
dying devotion to the Democratic party
and have said that my leadership, my
personal ainhltlcr.s, my erlHih purnosc-s.
and theee only, prevent you from restor
ing your newspaper to the service of the
loyal people who originally maie it rich
and powerful by their patronaffo. thedr
confidence and their rjppcrt. You have
Riven Maryland to understand that but
fcr me and the 'bosslsm' you crs pleased
to attribute to me, ycu would bring back
the lalurm,re Pun to Its old moorings
and devote it to the rxpa-ticn of Demo
cratic principles and the confusion and
overthrow of Republican rule in this
Ofltera to Get Oirl : of tile Way.
'You have stated in effect ceitafnly
with the intent of being so understood
that you stlil lave the Democratic party
and ft III wish to eee it prdomlnart In
Maryland.ar.d ycu thereby involveyour-rc-!f
in a pledge to cast off your Repub
lican Bftiliatlons. repudiate your Repub
lican alllnr.cea, and labor heart and soul
for the success of the Democratic party
as it will rer.iF.m after being purged of
me. If you he sinrcre in th's the solu
tion of the difficulty Is simple enough. If
my aspirations, my leadership, my in
fluence, constitute the only obFtacles to
your return to the pcop'o who made
your newspaper acd founded your fort
unes and gave reality to your position
and your power, I Ftar.d ready to re
move them. Office Is less to mo than yon
eupposp. Political leadership is not so
necessary to my happiness as you, in
your Ignorance of my character and mo
tives, are pleasf d to say."
WILLING TO SAC'UII ICE HIMSELF.
And Does Not Worry Over the Prospect of
'Strange as it may seem to you, I am
willing to surrender every prospect of
personal promotion If by doing I can
reunite the Democratic party, restore to
its ranks all their pristine strength and
harmony, allay the dls.--nslons and
animosities that now exist and effnoa
the humiliating spectacle. presented by
yourself and men of your way of think
ing me spectacle of uie Democratic
party betrayed into the bands of trie
enemy by those whom Democrats bav
in tne past esaitd and enriched.
You may understand this as an
overture of surrender on my part as an
admission that the Democratic organi
zation cannot hope fot further ilfe with
out your aid and countenance. I am
prepared for that. I have beeo mis
understood by you so Ion 3 And bo un
reasonably that a little more or teas
will count for nothinpa
Aa a matter of fact. I am satisfied
that the people of Maryland have be
come disgusted with the two yean of
l'.epuhlican maladministration -which
you did so much to make possible, and
that they are In the humor to make an
end of tho experiment, one They
are determined, with or without your
aid, to restore to power the Democratic
party. As to this I have not
tbe shadow of a doubt. But they want
also a restoration of the former harmony
of the party. They want to see the old
lines restored and the old operations
rehabilitated. And I owe them so much
as to feel not only willing but anzioua
to consummate any wish of theirs, no
matter at what cos to me.
"Are you ready and willing and free
to meet me on this ground In good
faith, in all loyalty, without provisos
or reservations, on the honor of a gentle
man? Are you at liberty to take charge
personally, and through your agents, of
the Democratic campaign for the mayor
alty or Baltimore, for the legislature,
and for the successor to that place in
the senate concerning which I have but
one desire that of seeing it filled by a
Democrat whose loyalty to the party
is unquestioned and proved, and who
will advocate and uphold the principles
to which you Drofeaa unselfish and sin-
WHO ARE WEAK
Men whoaaaer from the eOeets of disease, evert
work, worry, from toe oillcs of youth or the
eeases of manhood, from unnatural drains, wi
Bess or lack of development of any enran, faUureof
vital forcea, onmneas for marries, all rath men
shoaM -eoux to the I oontata head " I or a eeleMiAe
necked afauwveUoa Bovertovrtalrs. aevefon.ro.
stera.aadrstata. We wul mall wUhaat caarsw
n a aiala saaled eavrlas a rempble that
Telle It AIL Motnhc seat - r-1" ko eapo
- v aRlE MEDICAL. CO. .
A NIAGARA STRICT, BUFFALO. BJ. V.
cere devotion? If you are. I am ready
to meet you more than halt way. Let
me hear from von. and lot rm rnn
citizens judge between ns by the meas
ure of our personal good faith and par-
r wya.ty tnerein."
Abell last nlarht declined to sw
course he would pursue in the matter or
to express any opinion concerning tho
letter which appears in The Sun todav
as a paid advertisement.
GALXXNGEK'S REPLY TO WMlHT.
Makes Bis Las CentrilraUoa to a Warm
and Ca tie Contra versy.
Concord. N. H., Oct It United States
Senator J. H. Galllnger yesterday made
public what he aaya is his last contribu
tion to the controversy with Carl Scours.
which arose some time ago over the sen
ators criticism of the civil service law.
The fallowing is a portion of Galllnger!
latest letter to Schurc: "You make a
great ado over certain utterances I have
made regarding the civil service law. Foi
instance, you say that I said 60,000 em
ployes ware placed under the protection
of the law snider the last order of Presi
dent Cleveland, while there were but II.
37. The statement I made Was upon tbe
authority ot ttie leading newspapers of
the country, and X am atill of the opinion
tnai it was nearer correct than the fig
ures you gtpc. Bub as a matter of tact.
fo is utterly unimportant whether the
number was 60,000 or flftst.
"What I especially criticised was the
fact that those persons were placed un
der the protection of the law without
examination, a flagrant violation cf
every principle of Justice and fair play.
unaer mat order mere are Ik office to
day in New Hampshire many persons
who could no more pass a civil service
examination than the Cardiff giant could
teach theology. You advised that a rule
should be promulgated that would keep
them there indefinitely.
"Fortunately for decent politics two
judicial decisions have been recently ren-
aerea against your view, and the con
troversy now In progress between tbe
secretary of the treasury end the civil
srvice commission will doubtless end In
A way not pleasing to you. Tou likewise
make much noise over the fact that I
said President Cleveland's last order was
dated Nov. 3, while you assert that it
waa Issued in May. Now do you not know
that the rule govering that order waa
dated Nov. 2, no that the order was r.ot
accomplished fact until that time. It it
can be proven that it was not so 1 will
cheerfully withdraw the charge."
ACTIVITY LESS PRONOUNCED.
What Bradstreera Says as to the Bltnatioa
in Staple Merchandise.
New York. Oct. 1. Bradstreet'a aavs:
The activity in staple lines of merchan
dise is lets pronounced than a month
ago, aue to Interior merchants having
supplied thehr demands for the time, a
gradual Increase of tho territory In
cluded by the yellow fover quarantine,
the Vow price of cotton, a tendency
m the Missouri river valley and spring
wheat states to hold wheat for higher
prices, and to farmers being busy wjth
fall Dlantinn. tfntaana.
has had an unfavorable Influence on the
distribution of merchandise throutrhnut
ice central west, aod at Chicago sod
St. Louts sales ha.ua ration nff TKa
position of the cotton goods industry is
ro more favorable, but woolen goods
man u fact uresa ronnrt dpmnnit hrieir
prices steady and an unwillingness by
makers to acorA new niAvd m iuwit
quotations. Advances are reportod for
Bessemer Die Iron and abnel Mllnta with
quick sales, but prices are ftrrary held.
.mere are nominal advances for htrd
and men's shoes, but nrli for mr
sugar. Conner, lumebr. coal. kMi n,1
wool are unchanged. Quotations are
lower tor Duttcr. pota-toca, wheat, corn,
oats, flour, beef, coffee, cotton, nrlnt
cloths and lead. There are IM business
failures reported throughout the United
states mis wees, compared! with R37 last
U'Pf If 9TQ In fha .neb a w.. - an- oca
two years ago, VA three years ago and
sw sour years ago.
Vnclo 6am Ilacka Water.
Washington. Or. M The
has appointed A. D. Hike postmaster at
Thomasville, Ga It waa at this office
that a nemra waa ahr hw rmnama un
known for accepting appointment to the
posroruca. i ne negro is v have a minor
w asaingioia, iu&e is a White
THE MARKETS. ' -
Chicago Grain and Prod oca.
Chicago, Oct. 15.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade todav: wheat Octo
ber, opened and closed nominal; Decem
ber, opened 0c, closed ft'iac; May,
opened 88o, closed 60c Corn October,
opened and closed nominal: December
opened tic. closed aci.c: Mav. ooened
tViio, closed SOTfco. data October, opened
isi closed lM?c; Decemtier, openea
18Ac flowed ishc: Maw. oixwed Z64o
closed fltto. Pork October, opened abd
closed nominal; December, opened 17,73,
closed 17.85; January, opened 18.7.4.
closed 18-80. Lard October, opened and
closed nominal; December, opened 14.30.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
21fec per lb; extra dairy. 18c; fresh
packing stock, 11c. Eggs Fresh
stock. 14Uc per dozen. Live Poultry
Turkeys, TQlOc per lb; chickens (hens).
7Vbc; epnng chickens, ftc: ducks, TV
So. Potatoes Northwestern, UiiiSc per
bu. Sweet Potatoes Jersey. $2.752.00
Ohleasjo Live snek.
Chicago, Oct. 13.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
80,000; eajes ranged at f2.60.lQ fcr
pigs. 3.75S4.15 for light. I3.4W3.56 for
rough packing, t3.Ta$4.19 for mixed, and
3.6"74.10 for heavy packing and ship
ping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for
the day. 1,000; quotations ratfged at 19.10
3.65 for choice to extra shipping steers.
(4.70S.lO good to choice do.. 4.4f 4.S0
fair to good. 3.or?4.S0 cojnmon to me
dium do., 13.6004. Z3 butchers' steers,
3.1593.M stockera. tS.T0u4 40 feeder.
ei-S0fii4.ro cows. Il.60a4.60 heifers. II. H
fyt.a bulls. os.en and stags, tLtOO&M
Texas steers, $3.3094.50 western raasers,
and 3.507.O0 veal calves. Sheep ar.d
Limes h-stimated receiDts for the day.
12.000; quotations raeeed at S2.903.So
westerns. 2.85:.40 Tex ana, $2.4034.09
natives, ana (J.ius so lamas.
Milwaukee OcC 13.
Wheat Firmer; No. 1 northern. 89c;
No. 2 rpriCsT. 86Ve8r: December, nom
inal. Oorn-rLower; Ko. I. 25Hc Oats
Slower; No. 1 white, tlfcZlftc, stye
ateauy; r.o. 1. tec
Hay-TimotSy. rjOQIg.30; wild, tLS0Q3.M.
Batter-Fair to choice, 17c; fresh creamery
Coal Soft, ion
tue Butehera pay for eora fed steers.
"""" "vjca. 0sOi waivsa, van
SOME DIKE PREDICTIONS HtCOICTEO
rtmt FiapanUa Anwaes mt Xngmaj
raewenat tor IMA
Lowdnn. Oct. It. Advance sheets bars
been issued to the press of Zadklal's,
"Old Moore's." and other prophetic al
manacs that fur over a century haws
yearly professed to forecast the Boost
important events to happen In the world
during the ensuing twelve months.
Many ot these forecasts, which are
claimed to be based on astrological
signs, have from time to time been re
alised, and it is a notable fact that last
year Old Moore's forecasted to the very
month the terriole Ore In the Charity
bazaar in Porta.
According to the advance sheets Old
Moore prophesies for 1838 a terrible civil
war in the United States, the death of
the Cxar of Russia and the successful
kidnaping of the young King of Spain.
It is also forecasted that during or
abcut the second week cf November.
1598, communication will be established
between this world and the planet Mars.
Charles Gurdol. of Carlyle. Ills., aged
CO rears, fcicconghtd hliusUf to desAA.
A a result of the miners' strike fhera
Is a seflous ooal famine in Dea kliPlnes,
Amelia Munsky. aged 7. was acoultted
04 larceny in the municinal court at
A man named Davis front Qalcago
was held up at LaCrosse. Wis- and re
lieved of SA,S.
George G. GodcL a prominent cltlxen
of Peoria. Ills., has disappeared from
sanitarium In Kenosha. Wis.
Andrus R. Zlerritt. ons of the big
iron miners uf Minnesota, has made a
voluntary assignment for the benefit of
W. J. Holman, of Minneapolis, has in
vented a new style of locomotive which
can run ninety miles an hour with ease.
It Is friction geared.
Statistics of public rchoot attendance
at Chicago show an enrollment of 108.
674 pupils last month, while last year
mere wero, only 196.S4L
A German shopkeeper In Va!rcrtirso.
Chile,-has been fined end Imprisoned for
exnibinnsr a smalt copy ot the famous
group. "The Three Graces."
Mayor Ziegenhelm, of . Ixmk. has
frowned upon the ldcat of ha vino women
street inspectors. He told a delegation
me nest place for them waa at home.
The American board of commissioners
of foreign missions elected these oflksens:
ITeslOont, Charles M. Lomson, D. D.,
Hartford, Conn.: auditors. B. 1L Uahra.
1K. A. Prown and Henry T. Cobb.
The toven cf W ataga. Ills., was rjros-
t rated during a 910,000 fire, which swept
away, anout hair of the businss cart
of the town. There were eight stores
William XI. Ward, of Greenfield. Ilia.
at one time a leading politician of cen
tral Illinois, died Wednesday nicht at
the Central Hospital for tbe Insane in
As tbe result of the accidental dis
charge ot his gun Frank D weld wees, d
Grecb Bay. Wis., had both hands terri
bly mangled. Two fingers havw be'ua
amputated from the right hand.
Among the appointments made yes
terday by the president were the follow
ing: Thomas U. Keedlea. of Illinois, cora-
mlssicncr to negotiate wirh the Chero
kee and other Indiana, and John A.
Barnes, of Ullnosa, ooneul at Cologne,
raglsiiii- and Fireman Billed.
Selma, Ala., Oct. 16. An accident oc
curred on the Mobile anf Ilirmlnghara
railroad near Mill House Station, twen
ty-five miles south of this city at 2:30
yesterday afternoon. The engineer and
firejnan were killed and several persona
winded. Tho dead aro Osne Mianav en
gineer, and Jerry Godfrey, fireman. The
Injured J. . Broadstrcrt, conductor,
and Quarantine Ofilcer Newman. Ths
whole train went down a twelve-foot
Miscreant's Work a Logansnorc,
Lqgansport, Ind. Oct. 19. Charles
Ward shot Miss Laura Bopp lay pish
and then killed hlmselt. They hod been
affianced, but Ward, during1 Laucn's
absence in Michigan this surontor, be
came dissipated and on her return sho
broke the engagement. Ha made sev
eral overtures to renew former relation
ship, but she refused. Last night hs
called her out of her home and shot her
in the stomach. She will die. He then
shot himself through the head and died
Death ot a War Veteran.
Springfield. Ills., Oct 16. Captain Ed
ward li. Rob jits died yesterday after
noon In this city of Brlght's disease, aged
64 years. He enlisted hi T1 la Com
pany Z. Seventh Illinois infantry, and
was successively promoted to be first
lieutenant and captain, and mustered
out in 18CS with tbe brevet rank of lieu
Any Druggist will sell you a
Bottle for a Dollar.
Kaad what W. B. r. DAVIS, a Washington
Druggist, says .
I ehwrtutty add wiy tctf tranay to tbe efDraey
ef Anu-KevraJKUiue in tevere neuraizia. I have
ben entirely cured, aod have used it la two
very severe cases, with a suniiar lesuii."
If the Druggist shouldn't havw It,
we will send a bottle to any axloress.
Charges prepaid, for One Dollar.
FRET.CIi CI.EUIC&L CO.,
! : : i . V-. r
OpRnn.Morphln0 not rfttttxru.
AprjffCcTTwtly forCotkafipsv j
Ron. Sour Stoiii.Diarxhoca,
Warms jurrmilsioris Tevwrish."
ntayend Loss or Sleek
A VmSiokW gtgnaturw of I
n 1 mi ai.r vnnw
in aim AN CX:
J. fwl, BUFOSD.
The old Fue and Itae-h-iss
na'sa as low as any raUsWs'eawaai' saa aCat.
Teer yanonaga Js sobclaeA.
Representing sruring olhcr tlnia
tried and well known Fire Insur
ance Companies the following:
aethwrlw earwmh Im Os
7 odchorter Firs "
Br Silo iifmu "
... .Peoria. Ill
H-rhtrKat. V II
Oermaa Fire ..
Hew Must ?l?e "
htimikee Bfecaasics" .
Office corner Eihienrth street aod
Second avenue, ecood floor.
Sawed buitflrt. ttsne
Athitr zr.i tiiascBinss
For ekewpacti. rZart-!i!tj ant!
beauty uxcoU&d by iioao. This
atone doei not wuh or oolcr the
wall with alkaiL ete. FUai eont
as for csUmstes will reoeiro
esrefcl httenUon sad be returned
promptly at our expense,
Quantei 13 mlietiroia Bock
Island on' the C, B. A Q. 2. B.
Trains Kos. and 10 will stop
sad let visitors &8 ssd oa.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks tJid founditlon
ttcn any size dsslrel
Ssaples cl atone ssd l?kcrtos at
Buildings ear. be .seem at .Boam
No. 11, ICiteaeL' ft LwnaesbaUd
Arthur BcrraH, maaaser.
Rock Island or Colotva, I1L
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wnywvaAjawtsa. w j
113. ON THH
Oartaria U cut c la ens-sj fccttW mil. It
'ls aot aoj ta calk. Scat aJew aajose U sail
i 701 siyilitir air as th r'.na rr prmstaa that It
1st at ra4" til "will airwie every pa
peas," asr eos that vet rrt 01 f-T-0 A-IA. "
THK TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
UICA(. HO0X l.xLAKIi PACIFIC RAIL
wsy T'rkei. can e ntinciiasod or nacsasa
ckrs at It I A f TwraHeta depot, uc
' k 1 r c-pri, onrfv K'fU. Mvrriar anA TfcaV
trst suect. Fratik b I'lununcs. Ara.L
U1mt D'14 aOlSUf ..
rt-warut, laavtsl CO..
(XnaHs A Iee stolnee..
tjmabae M Uiuaam.n. .
Wral A !i feteuies Sx ..
troiaks A H1u.es)oLa Sx..
bes er. L&'cJni A OaaLa...
"V. t-au a KUii eapoua..
IMivar, Ft. Worth A K. It..
IKansae CUT eU joaeyk.
IHock laiirc s WsrLavkia
(iieare A Dn Btouee....
11 : ns
f ;t nt am
fBpenune ri wiiwia.
esrrreal. TJwpavravn. fSelTV.
A'JHaersLy. TsW:4aae 14.
Bsndev evnrn a ifolitasn
the Aarnt aftst if on, whleb will lea'
ITS at raKST
a at ae a. as. aaucar.
Ij way U
lUhLniftTO ROVTB-C BAG IX.AJL-
-Up lrt aeenae act filxteassB
TBaJFt. I tatvs I sasjTS
I. L, Ppr1i.rf.ia. leoHI I 1
nnt. Onto via sf namiat T 1 IBS at t Si
Ok lews, tior:nc, CJata i , I
Dnlnajce It Ttt Sa't 6:4Stni
rsnrta, BeadsViWe, fcos- I
.unmoE v. set - it ItUara tllMess
tt. Pas! t reneeDrlitTie T-fKipss trie am
stenutr. Clnton a Pntwia t 0 suit aJosss
St. L.. IfVU City, IWverl I
si j-wa. m an v-j eM'reaTS TrSfSkl B SB
aUr. tidily esa-Tt taarjir.
rAI0A(, KfLWACLBS ST. PADt,
v HUlwev imm a BnBtkwortsrA IKWwIaa
-Depot Twnueak street, betveva flsst asm
ThAias. I Ltara. ' aaa,vs
Kail and wii nesa . TfM em mwm
" yl axprei jni 11 30 ant
rrwisMandAearaoare. sjg S tZ
VaOr sxespt Snncas.
cck IcLajro a Pbokia railwat
W.W. mim - -
E. SiocAiwraae, 4n1. Tr Arnnk.
men Bs. "The TrilBy"..
Pen s a Sllonls mall Kx..
Pe'.ris Acanra. WeieM... 1
CSal. and gberrsrd Acwm..
lrwnrer tntns Iseve O . B. L a P, tMonaw
aane) diawt tve (SI aumnes earllev sVaaMsae
Siwn, Tnui sarass enua. Ah asknl tsasss
JjLUIOFO 10 LUiS STIaJLlga
Three SlegaBt Boats,
Sydney. Dubtiina and Qnlney.
For BU Paol and the Borth, Thtnday and Ban?
Pur St. Lovls ax.d ths noniA. Taaadav aaa BVt.
ror all Infonnatloa spsly Oeerra Lamest
bon. Asm is. foot.of seTaBtoanth mist Twle
;aoae ho. USL
To tho East -Tit the ,
R I. & P.
IMsmi US SSI
Perry Street depot
C M I r Depot
Lv Rock laiand
Tweatteth at Sesot
a.r-... 1 1
At rvlw, , , , . ,
A H litis .
Lines east ot Peoria esrry shrow
eoscb.es sad sleepiaw esxs oa mlzat
trslms to prlaelpls ttos. , v.
1S15 Secrnd Arentw.