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Profession at Cards.
McCASKRIN A McCASKRIN,
Attorneys M Law.
Reek Hul ul MUm. Roek Island rXBoe
mKreU iuui im
Main street. -
n rvYM w UJ.T - D. OOSS SILT
Attorneys At Law
Money loaned OWee ore Thomas dru
tore, corner or tteoono n aa
JACKSON & HURST
Attorneys At Law.
mm. I LCDOLTH. . . SOW. A ABTAOIXe.
A ttorneys At La w.
Money to lose. General let al boMness No
tary public 170s Second avenue, Buford
D. IWIIIIT. a U WALE
8WEKNEY A WALKER.
Attorneys And Counsellors ai Law
Ofllee In Bencston Flock.
C J. USA ALA.
a A MAAflAAIX,
State's A ttorney.
SEA RLE A MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENIRY A McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Laab money on (nod security; make ollee
lcas. Referenee. MltcbeU A Lynda, bankers.
I BM, MltcbeU A Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Island. Room 4,
MltcbeU A Lynde building.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Pbystclan and Surgeon.
Pbone on IMT. Ofllee, t Twentieth
street. Office bours: 10 to 12 a m.; to t and
7 to I p. ns. Sunday. 8:30 to 8.W A m.; IM to
J. A. BALL. M. D.
Pbystelan and Surgeon.
Office MOT Becond avenue. Residence BOO
Twenty-fourth street. Telephone 1110. Offloe
sours from 10 to IS a m; t to 4 p. m; and T to 8
p. m Sundays 0 to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
Children, alno diseases of eye, ear, noee and
throat. Office hours W.30 to 1 a. m , I to 4 p
m. Kl Blateenlh street. Rock Island.
1. A BCBKH4AT, M. O . . .
. MRS. BADA M. BCBKBAAT. M. D
DR3. BURK1IART A BURKHART,
Ofllee Tremann block. Ofllee bourn B to II
a. m.. I to fc and 1 to p. m. 'Pbone No. 4088.
Rock Island, ill. Night calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Pbyslelan and Surgeon.
Ofllee between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Ofllee hours: ft to II a m ,
t to 4 p m. and 7 to p. m. Night calls from
oCw I "hone 4QM4.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All diseases of horses and eattle treated on
approved principle Surgical operations per
formed In a BCientttle manner. IJotr treated.
A II call promptly attended to. Residence,
IW Fifth avenue. Telephone 44rtl. Office
and Inrinnary. KIVI7 Fourth avenue
(M sucker's stable), opposite No. I Or house.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and erpert le the treatment oi
nervous, private and all ehroolo diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 14. t o 4, to 8, Sundays 10 to It.
Harrison and Seeood streets, opposite new
DR. M. A. 1IOLLLNGSWORTU,
Offloe. Harper House raarmacy. Night calls
a L. SILVLS,
Over KreJl A Mitt. 1718 Beooad avssua
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Rooms IS and la. MltcbeU A Lynde building
OtBee hours from 8 to It a bl and I to 8 p. at.
J. T. TAYLOR.
OfTee boars 8 to it a ro . 1 to 4:10 p. m.
tl Wgkteectk street. Opposite Union ae.
A real tests and Superlateedeais
' Skinner meek.
HENRY . GAETJE, iTtp.
Oet Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
C.ty store. 1807 Seeood sveaoa. Taispboat
ONE DAY ONLY.
Friday, Sept. 1st
5th avenue and 24th. street.
W. H. HARRIS'
fHE lar6st popular price
SHOW IN THE WORLD.
Performing Lions and Elephants.
Educated Horses and Ponies.
Fearless, Daring Gymnasts.
2 Performances Daily, at 2 & 8 p. m.
Doors open one hour earlier.
Estate of August Huesic s, deceased.
Tbe undersigned bavins oeen appointee
executrix of tbe last will and testa
meet of A u trust IliieMng. late of in
county of Kock Inland, stile of Illinois
deceased, bereby given notice tbat sbe wil
appear Derore tbe county court of Hoc!
Inland county, at tbe county court room, ir
tbe city of Kock Island, at tbe November
term, on tbe first Monday In November next
at wbicb time all persons baring cluimairalni
said estate are notified and reijut-sted to at
tena. tor tne purpose or naving tne itame aa
juated. All pernons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to tbe undersigned.
Dated tbis ilst day of Augut. A. D. 1890.
Mauia UuKtiNu. Executrix.
Notice of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois. I .
County of Kock Inland j
In tbe circuit court, to September term. A. D.
18M. In chancery.
ueruert . Oaics vs.Macgarct'Jater.ueneral
Affidavit of tbe non-residence of Marirarel
Gales, tbe defendant uhovc named. having beet
Bled in tbe clerk ' oince of said circuit court ol
Kocs Island county, notice is hereby given to
tbe said non-resident defendant tbat tbe com
plalnant bus tiled bis bill of complaint in said
court, on tbe chancery side thereof, on tbe
Kth day of A u trust, 1M'."W. wherein said suit I
now pending, and that a summons issued out of
said court airaiust said defendant returnable
on tbe isth day of September. A. 13. 1BW, as L".
by law required. Now. therefore, unless you
the said Manraet dates, shall personally be
ana appear Derore the suid circuit court, of
Kock Is and county, on the first day of. tbe
next term tberof , to be bolden at tbe court
bou e. in the ruy of Kock Island, in said county,
on the isth day of September. A. D IK'.K. and
plead, answer or demur to s id complainant's
bill of complaint, tbe same and the matters
and things therein charted and stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to. tbe prayer of said
Gborck W. Gambi.k. Clerk.
LrjtxiLPH & Rkvn.m.w,
Autrust 181b, A. U. 18W.
Notice of Publication In Chancery.
State of Illinois.
Kock island County.
In the circuit Court. Sentembrr term. sSKt
Anna hosella Canahl vs Frank (lanahL
Amuavtt of the non-residence of the Raid
Frank Gan!i( t he alMvedefcudant.havine been
filed In tbe circuit court of said county, notice
is therefore bereby fiven to the said non
resident defendant that the complainant tiled
her bill of complaint in said court, on the
chancery side thereof, on the !tb day of
Aut-ust. A. It. I wil. and that thereupon a sum-
moss Lssucd out of said court, wherein said
suit is now peDdintr. returnable on the third
Monday In the month of September next. a-, is
by law required. Now. unless you. thesaidnon
rcsident defendant aisive named Frank ianuhl
shall personally lie anil uppear before said cir-
ciiiicouri. on tne nrst day or the" next term
thereof !to oe bolden at Kock Island in and for
the said county, on tbe Third Monduv in Scn-
temnernext. and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant's bill of complaint,
tbe same and the matters and tiling's therein
charged and stated will he taken as confessed
and a decree entered against you according to
tbe prayer of said bill.
on r';k w. ijambi.k. Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. Ann Is. a. I), imiu
Juhji T. s.tTMHu. Complainant's Solicitor.
Special Master's Sale.
O. E. Cramer, Attorney.
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island County, f
In tbe circuit court. In cbanccrv. Cen
eral No. 44 tK
1 elitha Munro. comulainant. vs. t'hrlM A
Notice U bereby given that bv virtue of a
decree of s.id court, entered in the above en-
tiuca cause, on tbe eltchtb day of July.
A. IJ. Ixvu. I shslL on Wedoasdic. the thirtieth
day of Auirust. A. I. I-hw. at tbe hour
of un o'clock In the forenoon, at the east
floor or uae court bouse. In tbe city of Hock
Island. In aaid county of Kock Island, luiut.
Isfy said decree, sell at public vendue to the
blKbcst and best bidder tor cash in hand those
certain parcels of land, situate in tbe county
of Rock Island and state of Illinois, known
and descr bed as follows, to-wit:
Lota ten (lot and eleven 4I1 in block one (I)
In Hake's addition to tbe town of Milan: also
tbe north temj -V acres of tbe west bait of
tbe east baU of section nine K In township
seventeen 1 17) north ramre two (- west of the
fourth principal meredian. situated in the
county of Kock Island and state of Illinois, ex
ception therefrom the following described real
estate taken by the Tnlted Slates government
lor tne building of be Illinois and Micniiran
canal: beginning at a point on tbe bait section
line forty-two (t'l chains and bfiy-seven -"7
links north of tbe southwest corner of the
southwest quarter of tbe said section nine IW
and running thence soulb sixty-three 4Kl de
grees and forty (' minutes, east thirteen 13
chains and twenty-tour (S4 links; thence south
fifty-two bit degrees and bfty-Mve ) min
utes east ten ( ii chains and Ofty-nine TV
links, more or lea. to tbe said east line of said
west half of the east half of said section nine
l) containing between said line and Rock
river eight and twenty-two hundredths acres,
more or less, situated in the county of Kock
1-land state of Ulioots.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this twenty
Bgbtn day of July. A. D.
Special Master in Chancery, Kock Island
O. . C bam KB. Complainant 'a Solictor.
as SB ft Dr Wiiii.,. mi.
J"Yl II I LSvintmet wi. Xre Blind
I II U I rwBleedinc lis. Ilcbin
Ll Kb Piles. It absorbs the tumor.
nl allays tne itcning at once, acts
as a poultice, gives instant re-
II lief. Dr. wiuums Indian Pile OinV
ment i prepared for Plies and Itca
" eg of the private parts. Every bos is
- warranted. Bv dnwrgtsts, by mail ot. e-
seipt of prire. bO cents and $l.eu.f nV)i w
sUKUf aCTURllS CO.. Props,. CicvcIaAd. OtS
old by M F. Baakaaa Aracg-M
NOTHING BUT MISERY.
Distress and Death All That Is
Produced in the Kotzebue
CUTTER BEAE SAVES THE STARVING
Scores of Than t tio Went to the Arctic
Cold Beelo Die, . and. Other Nearly
Perish mt Hunger No , Gold Pound by
the Seekers Testimony-of a Blam Who
Tried II U Lack and tbe Sort of Luck
Washington, Aug. 23. Captain Shoe
maker, of the revenue cutter Service,
yesterday received a report from Lien
tenant D. H. Jarvis, commander of the
revenue cutter Bear, containing an ac
count of the rescue of the gold seekers
who rushed into the Kotzebu gold
country, Alaska, in the summer of 1898,
Lieutenant Jarvis was taking the Bear
ccrth to Cape Barrow on her regular
trip. At Cape Prinee of Wales he
learned o fthe awful destitution which
had overtaken the gold seekers at
If AIIT ETBIXT OF ANVIL CITT. ALASKA.
Kotzebue sound. On arrival there he
found a terrible condition of affairs.
Men had died of starvation scurvy and
by drowning, and he obtained n list of
forty-eight deaths. But the list is by
no means complete.
Started Eighty-Two of Them Home.
Over 1,000 of the gold seekers had
wintered there. The Bear, after re
lieving as much of the distress as pos
sible and leaving stores, lime juice, etc.,
for the survivors, took eighty-two of
the survivors to St. Michael, where they
were turned over to the military au
thorities. Lieutenant Jarvis report is
dated July 30 at St. Michaels. He re
ported that he left between 225 and 250
survivors at Kotzebue sound. He in
formed the department that he would
proceed to Cape Barrow and upon bis
return would touch at Kotzebue sound
and pick up any who desired to return
with him. Among the eighty-two taken
to St. Michaels were the following:
B. Jaster, Illinois, and Hans Bnstian
and August Tarendholse, Wisconsin.
LETTER FKOM A SUFFERER.
Kays That Mere Than 100 Men Have tiled
His Experience with Scarry.
Minneapolis, Aug. 25. A special to
The Times from Duluth says: John C.
Morrison, an Alaskan prospector from
Duluth, reported dead in the Kotzebue
country, has written home telling of
the suffering of those who have been
at Cape Nome. On July 24th from An
vil City, on Cape Nome, Morrison
wrote that over 100 miners and pros
pectors must have perished in the
Kotzebue. district last winter. Six of
the party he was with died, and the re
mainder came very near dying. His
entire party was ick and nearly starved
when a relief expedition rescued them.
Speaking of experiences with scurvy
Morrison says: "Our arms and legs
swelled terribly and turned black ;our
teeth became so loose you could easily
pull them out. My limbs are all drawn
up, and look anything but natural, but
I am doing well and can now walk a
short distance without crutches.
"We left our winter quarters in the
arctic regions on Jane 6 and were stuck
in the ice till July 12. We are now on
Cape Nome. 120 miles north of St.
Michael. There is no gold in the Kotze
bue country. Those lying transporta
tion companies succeeded in getting
over 1,000 poor fellow there last sum
mer. When we came out there were
800 men on the Leach waiting for a rev
enue cutter to come along and take
them home, as all were 'strapped.
There is lots of gold at Cape Nome,
washed up out of tbe ocean in the shape
of nuggets, but I don't know whether
there will be any claims leit oy tne
time I get well.
"Wages here are S per day witn
board. Anvil City, from where I am
writing, is only a month old. but has
about 200 tents, houses and store.
Board is 3 a day and a bed for one
night costs $1. Beer ia 50 cents a
Slata Fair of Michigan.
Hranii Ranids. Mich- Aug. 25. The
Btat fair will be held at Comstock
park in thl city. Sept. 25-29. The state
association will also celebrate its semi-
pnfnnial Tuesday- will be Grand
Ranids day. Wednesday farmers and
fruit growers: Thursday, everybody,
and Friday, school children and labor.
Amom the Doliticians ex Dec ted are
General Alger. Governor Pingree, Sen
ator Burrows. Philip T. Colgrove. las.
ODonnell and Secretary of State
Wa tTIa the Canada Cap.
Toronto. Aug. 25. The. Canada cup
Kes to Chicago. The third race for the
trophy between the Beaver ana tne
Genesee was won by the latter yester
day by 10 minutes and 47 seconds. All
the races were sailed in a light wind.
and that was Genesee weather.
Fnslaa Nomination ia Iowa.
Alia. I a.. Aug. 23. The Democrats
and Populists in senatorial convention
for the Marion-Monroe district nomin
ated FredTOwnsend as thefrVrmdMate.
Resolutions were adopted indorsing the
national and state platform.
. CROSSINGS 0T RAILWAYS.
Michigan C rousing Board Considers How
That Shall Ba Made.
Lansing, Mich., Aug. 25. The rail
road crossing board gave a hearing on
the proposed crossing of Grand Trunk
and Michigan Central railroad tracks
by the Detroit, Utica and Romeo Elec
tric railroad. The Michigan Central
company insisted that the electric line
should be compelled to select another
route, but Senator George B. Davis, of
Utica, who represents the company,
contends that it cannot do so and ac
commodate its patrons. The crossing
board may decide to compel the elec
tric raid to cross the steam roads
either above or below grade.
The numerous crossings of electric
roads with steam railways in the vi
cinity of Detroit is becoming a serious
matter in the opinion of Railroad Com
missioner Osborn, who says it 13 time
to insist upon a separation of grades.
Wherever the crossings are at grade
there is always more or.less danger of
accidents. Interlocking devices have
to be maintained, and the running time
of trains is interfered with by the
frequent stops which It is necessary to
Farmers W ant Heavy Damages.
Peoria, Ills., Aug. 25. The farmers
residing along the Illinois river valley
whose land has been damaged as the re
sult of the overflow caused by the dams
have held a meeting at Beardstowns at
the city hall. Hon. Henry C. Withers,
of Carroilton, was present and ad
dressed the meeting. He was the law
yer who filed the claims for the lower
Illinois valley people and he discussed
the means .of procedure. A plan to levy
10 cents per acre to defray the expenses
of filing the suits for damages, wnic.n
will amount to about $1,000,000, was
Suspected of Murder.
Springfield, Ills., -Aug. 25. John
Horine. of this city, was shot about
midnight by Henry Dessel with a rifle
of large caliber. The men were coming
home from a picnic at the river when
the shooting was done. Dessel claims
that the shooting was accidental. The
surgeon at the hospital where Horine
was taken declares that Horine could
not have been shot as he was from the
position Dessel claims to have been in
whes the shooting occurred. Horine
FouuUDejU'n the street.
Hillsdale. Mich.. Aug. 25. Charles
Reyhorn, a well-known resident of this
city, was found dead at night in North
street, near the business part of the
city. He was 40 years old and 'eaves a
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicaeo. Auk. 24.
Following were the quotations or the
Chicago Hoard of trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close
September ..$ .72Vi $ .Tl'Vi .71 .71
December ... .74-'K, .74 .73-"!4 .73 vi
May 7H .11 ,6-g .7i
September .. .3114 .31 .31 Vi .31
December ... ,28 .28 .2S .28
May 29 .29Vi .29 .29
September .. .20 .20V4 .20 .20V4
December ... .19 .19 .19 .19
May .21Vi .21 .21 .21Vi
September .. S.30 S.Z1 8.30 8.32
October 8.40 8.43 8.37V& 8.40
January 9.62 9.70 9.60 9.62
September .. 5.22 5.2 5.20 5.22
October 5.30 5.32 5.27 5.30
January 5.47 5.47 5.45 5.47
snort rlDs !
September .. SAT,,: 5.17 5.12 5.15
October 5.17 5.20 5.15 5.17
January 5.02 5.02 4.97 5.00
Produce: Butter Kxtra creameries,
20c rer lb; extra dairies. 17c: fresh
packing stock. 13c. Kggs Fresh stock,
1213o per doz. Live poultry Tur
keys, (i0is-c per !t: chickens. 8w)9c:
springs. 10fil0c: ducks. 7fi'7c; geese,
J3.50Jjf5.OO per dozen. Potatoes Fair to
choke. 274i30c per bu. New Apples
l.UU32.i0 rer bbl.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 24.
Hoes Estimated receipts for the day,
25.000. Sales ranged at $3.40(S4.70 for
pigs. $4.55?i 4.90 for light. I4.104.30 for
. , . , I ,'f . A t . . ; .. .1 n
rougn paCKliiK. i.iu'y"."'' tui miji,-u anu
J4.3.ii4.isO tor neavy pax-King ana snip
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day, 8.500. Quotations ranged at $6.15$
6.6." choice to extra steers. j.6ifa6.1U
good to choice do.. $4.90(&5.40 for fair to
good. J4.4."(ri 4.S5 common to medium do..
$4.20ifi4.40 butcher's steera. 14.65(5.65 fed
western steer?. 13.23'&4 80 feeding steers.
$2.25g4.30 cows. $3.00(8:5.10 heifers. $2.80
W4.&0 hulls and oxen. 3...fti4 6i stags,
$4.0Of5.25 Texas steers, and $4.50g6.90
Sheen Estimated receipts for the
day. 16.000. Quotations ranged at $3.40
westerns. $2.7s4.60 natives, and
East Buffalo fL.lv Stock.
East Huffalo, N. Y., Aug. 24.
Dunning & Stevens. Live Stock Com
mission Merchants East Buffalo, N. Y..
quote as follows: Cattle Receipts 4
cars: market steady. Hogs Receipts,
12 cars: market steady: best. $5.005.05:
grasFy.$4.804.90: pigs, $4.604.75; skips.
$3.25r4.00. Sheep Receipts. 23 cars;
half hold-overs: market dull and de
moralized for all but fancy tops.
tU Louis Orain.
St. Louis. Aug. 24.
Wheat Lower: No.- 2 red cash ele
vator. 72c: track. 7273c: Septem
ber, i2Ui2Hc: Iecember, TaVac: May.
78c; Xo. 2 hard. 69?71c. Corn Lower;
No. 2 cash. Jlc: track. 32c: September.
30T4c: December, 27c: May, 28c. Oats
Better: No. 2 cash. 21c; track. 22J
23c: September. 21 c; May, 22cr No.
2 white, 28c. Rye Firm; 68c.
Milwaukaa Oral a.
Milwaukee, Aug. 24.
Wheat Lower; No. 1 northern, 72
4c: No. 2 spring. 70e72c. Oats
Stead v: 2223Vse. Rye Higher; 'No.
2. 64rr54c. Barley Steady : No. 2.
4142c; sample. 35041c
Spring lamb IK bOQXbO.
Ray Timothy, t?QS: wild. I7.S0O&.
Butier Choice to fair, 15c; fresh creamery.
C Dickens 7c per pound.
Ducks Tc per pound.
Coal Soft, 10c
Cattle Butchers pav for corn-fed steers.
Wfc-ssc; cows and be.fers, tte4!4c; calves.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yoa Hara Always Bought
DEATH OF JUDGE HILTON.
Man Who Tried to Coutlaae tlie Stewart
Business and Failed. -
Saratoga, N. Y., Aug. 25. Ex-Judge
llenry Hilton, of New York, died at
5:35 o'clock yesterday afternoon at
Woodlawu Park, his Saratoga country
JUDGE HENRY HILTOlt.
vent. He had been in an unconscious
state several hours and his last mo
menta were without pain. At his bed
side were Sir. and Mrs. Albert B. Hil
ton, Mrs. Horace Russell (a daughter)
end the atetnding physician. The
judge's body will be buried in the fam
ily -plot in Greenwood.
' Judge Hilton was the sole legal ad.
viser of the late A. T. Stewart, the
New York dry goods king, and was
given $1,000,000 by Stewart's will and
made special agent to settle the estate.
Mrs. Stewart gave Hilton the dry goods
store instead of cash, the store being
worth much more than $1,000,000. For
a time it prospered, but in 1896 it
failed, lacking the extraordinary
ability in that particular line of its
WANTED TO LYNCH THEM.
Non-Union Crew on a Cleveland Car Has
Cleveland, Aug. 23. A Big Consoli
dated motorman and conductor were
threatened with violence by an angry
mob on Broadway yesterday. But for
the timely arrival of the police the
motorman would undoubtedly have
been roughly handled, and probably
lynched. Cries of "Lynch him." "Lynch
the scab." were heard on every side,
and the police had to charge the crowd
repeatedly to save him. The Broadway
car was almost down-town when run
ning at a rapid rate, it struck a spring
wagon, throwing the four occupants
onto the pavement.
They were John Pofleh, 177 Fuller-
ton street, cut severely about the head
and one ear partially torn off; his wife
and 8-year-old daughter, both badly
cut about face and shoulders, and Joe
Krazinstine, a neighbor, bruised. The
police, coming on a riot call, had great
difficulty in protecting the street car
men, but the crowd was finally dis
persed after the patrolmen had used
Kxploxlon of Dynamite Right In the Hand
of One Victim.
Joplin, Mo., Aug. 25. Five miners
were killed by an explosion of dyna
mite yesterday morning at the Margaret
Mining company's mill near Carter
ville. The dead are: James Eaton,
Frank Eddleman, Henry Gilbert, Wm.
Messmore and an unknown man. While
Gilbert was engaged in the preparation
of a blast a stick of dynamite which
he held in his band exploded, and the
concussion exploded a box of dynamite
which stood near by.
The big concentrating plant was
demolished and the five men at work
there were blown to bits'. Portions of
their bodies were found fiundreds of
feet from where they had been work'
ing. The shock of the explosion was
felt at Oronogo, three miles away. The
plant which was a new one, owned by
Henry Gilbert, one of the men killed.
stood on the old Hannum and McElroy
tract of the American Zinc, Lead and
Smelting company's land.
GIVES 600 A VACATION.
Accident in a. Toilet Steel I'laut Fatality
at a Railway Cruising.
Joliet. Ills.. Aug. 25. At 11 o'clock
at night engine No. 3. of the rod mill
at the Federal Steel plant, blew up and
as a result the mill will have to close
down until the damage can be re
paired. No one was injured, although
there were several men close by, and
their escape was miraculous. Over 600
men will have a vacation until the first
of next week, as a result of the shut
down. Robert Dickey, a printer. 55 years
old. was run over and instantly killed
by engine No. 528 on the Rock Island.
The accident occurred at the Jefferson
street crossing, right in the center of
the business district.and was witnessed
by a large number of people on their
way to work. Dickey tried to cross
ahead of the' engine and slipped and
fell. His head was completely severed
from his body. "
Scores on the Diamond.
Chicago. Aug. 25. Following are
yesterday's League ball scores: At
Chicago Brooklyn 9, Chicago 3; at
Cleveland New York 6, Cleveland 2;
at Pittsburg Boston 3, Pittsburg 1; at
St. Louis Philadelphia 0. St. Louis 5;
at Louisville Baltimore 4, Louisville
Western League: At St. Paul Grand
Rapids 9, St. Paul 4; at Milwaukee
Detroit 2, Milwaukee 9; at Minneapolis
Buffalo '4.' Minneapolis 13; (second
game) Buffalo 6. Minneapolis 9; at
Kansas City Indianapolis 6. Kansas
City 2; (second game) Indianapolis 3,
Kansas City 3.
Street Fair Preparations.
Mason, Mich.. Ang. 25. Great prep
arations are being made for the coming
free street fair to be held Oct. 3, 4, 5
and 6. The 'officers of the fair asso
ciation are: President, - Mayor L. T.
Hemans; secretary. Colonel L. H. Ives;
assistant secretary. Dr. G. C. Moody;
treasurer. It- C. Dart.
Wisconsin Librarians ia Coaaeil.
Madison. Wis., Aug. 25. The ninth
annual convention of the Wisconsin
State Library association began Its
sessions in the law building of the
St4te University - yesterday esyith the
largest attendaacgTu'the b.istofy'bf the
Last Call! To-morrow is Circus Day
WORLD'S GREATEST SHOWS
65 Railroad Cars
100 Dsns and Cages
12 Acres of Tents'
S7.4C3 Daily Expenses
5 Big Arenas
I Aerial Enclara
-4 MI18 H3C6 iraCK over iooo people
litKR SOIDIIVS WONDtRf UL
OHE 503 TICKET ADMITS TO EVERYTHING
CKILORCN UNDIH 13 TtBS OLD. HALF PRICC
Two compiGie imwm dm, oi 2 end 8 p.
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THE ACKNOWLEDGED GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH
WILL EXHIBIT AT
Davenport. Saturday. Aug. 26.
Reserved numbered scats and admissions show day without any advance in
pi-ice at Wr. II. Fluke's wall paper store, 311 Hrady street, Davenport.
Drink at the Fountain ot Health
and be made well
Tbe most sueeemful
and the moHtscleotino
OF BO llI
Our E3eotrlc Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Ray work.
Bis reoutatlon for years In Davenoort. where
as hopeless by others, proves conclusively that
CONSULTATION FREE PROMPT AND PERMANENT CURES.
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kianey, uver ana asm inseases can be
svstem of medicine.
WOMRN suffering from Diseases ef
iservous r.xnaustion. raipitation or the Heart, Dynpepfiia, or any disease peculiar to se
should call on the great Specialist and (ret an opinion on their case free of charo.
ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied; Nervous Debility, Piles, Exhaustive
jjrains, mgnt Lrfmses, jjcrectire Memory, Threatened lnsanty, iumsoi vvuii'ower, uema
Delusions. Sleeplessness. Lost Manhood. WeakneMt of Men. etc.
VARICOCELE is the most active
months with others wnen we guarantee you a permanent ours in seven aaysDy out painless
methods. Hydrocele cured In three days no pain.
Remember it Pays to Consult the Best First.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The num
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In both medical and surgical eases Is proof conclusive bat our advanced methods cure
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regain your lost health. There la a stage In every dine use tbat can be cured. Have
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OFFICE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, M'CUUOCGH BUILDIXG, DAVENPORT, Ik
Builds Mississippi Bicycles
To order from $35
see them, they are
113 and 115 West Seventeenth
A few notes regarding fall goods tbat can be found by looking
at tbis ad. Her are some prices we quote: Novelties
in suits the prices range from $18, f 20, $22, $25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, $5 60, $6, $8.60 and
upward. Gome in and see our fine line.
A MAJESTIC, IMPOSING. IDEAL, PATRIOTIC SPECTACLE
LA5T DAYS the GETUIHV
-e tut f i u t r c l incav
and hundreds of horses in tmc cast
FINNY ELEPHANT BRISS. BUKDl
djok odch one Hoar Earner
DR. J. K. WALSH.
Late of Chlciuro, former
ly Surneon-lii-Chlef of St.
Anthuny s hospital.
he haseuredhundredsofchronle esses ehren us
his sclentlno methods of treatment cure when
quickly ana permanently eurea oj our aavano
the Womb, Ovaries, Bladder, Kidney
cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
to $50. Call and
built at home.
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