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TELE AEQUS. WEDNESDAY, SEFT-EIMBER G, 1899.
McCASKIilN & McCABKSIN.
Attorney at Law.
Bock Island and MBaa. Rock Island Mm
overKrell hiatus skoro. Mils offle on
.aOMinlT. B. D. 0O""IX,Y
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Money loaned Offlca over Thomas'" Oruc
tore, corner of Second STcnua acd Seven
JACKSON & HUSSX,
Attorneys at Law.
Ones in Book Island Natlooal Bank Bufld-
fl. U UDOWB. BOBT. BBTMOLC6.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal bustnesst No
tary publia. 170S Second avenue, Baford
I D.IWIUIT. O. L. WtLIIB
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Offlce tat Bencston Block.
C. t. HEABI.B,
G. B HiRABALL,
SEAKLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENlKY & McENlBY,
Attorney at Law.
Loan money on rood security; make eolleo
lens. Reference. MUchelJ & Lynda, bankers.
Office, Mitcbell & Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
City attorney or Rock Is! and. Boom ,
Mitcbell & Lynue building.
F. II. FIRST, M. I.
Fbyslolaa and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on IS7. Grtiee. 8JH Twentieth
street. Office hours: m to 1! a. m.; t to 4 and
7 to 8 p.m. Sunday, 6:30 to U:30 a . m.; 1. ISO to
4 p. m.
DR. COltA EilERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of w croon and
Children, aiso d.bebseii cf eye. ear, noae and
throat. Office hours W:V to 1 J a. m , 1 to 4 p
m. Zil Sixteenth btreet. Rock iaiaufl.
i. B. BUBKH4KT, M. D . . .
. MRS. HADA li. BUBSHAUT. M. D.
DRS. BURK1IART & BURK1IART,
Ufflee Tremann block. OfPce bonrs 8 to 12
a. m., I to f a-id 1 1 l p. m. 'i-hone No. o4.
Rock Inland. 111. Kltfiit call answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlce between Third and Fourth avenues on
i .. -At , 1 1 .... hnuni' ft LO 11a.m..
rto4p 1. and 1 to p.m. Night calls from
ow l'bone 40-4.
DR. S. U. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
ah Ium of horses and cattle treated on
approved principle. S jrtftcul operations per-
lornieti in a si'ienimo uj ,u urt. a vt
All call promptly attended to. KelJfncc,
ii ififih avenue. Te!-Pboce 44KI. Office
and Intinrary. 11!VH17 Fourth avenue
(Mauckcr alabie). opposite No. 1 tire bouse.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Sn.nHt and rr.crt tn the treatment 01
nervous, nnvate and all chronic diseases of
Himn: 10 to 1' S o 4. Bto 8. Sundays 10 to It
Harrison and Second atreela, opposite new
DR. M. A. llOLLLSUSWORTU,
Offlce. Harper Bouse Ibarmacy. - Nltat calls
C. L. SILVI3,
Over KreU A Math's. 1718 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms IS and 15. Mitchell A Lynde building.
Oflloe hours from to IS a. m. aad I to fl p. EC.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Of Of hours 9 to I? a. m.. I SO to 4:10 p. m
tU lcbter.th street. OnpnitlMi Union 3ffla.
DRACK & KERNS,
Architect and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Beoond Boor.
HENRY GAETJE, ITop.
Cat Flowers acd Designs of all Kindt.
C.ty liars, 1807 Second avenue. Telephone
LP" O Dr William' Indisn Pile
LOiBifficuiwi:. ire Blind
I wUicilire anil Itchina
Ksl'lit.?,. Iv ulsorts th tumors,
ailays the itching at ome, acts
as a poultice, puis instant re
lief. Dr. H il.iams' Indian Pile O.nt
merit Urrart! for Pile, nd Itch
In of the private part. Kvrry box ti
warren;,-!, nj anurffi.-ts. ty mail ot. e
elrt of prlr.-. M reals and f I. en. kY'Ll " 3
sKUFICTUR:KG C3.. iTopa.. cirvelaad, OV
Beta by M F. Uaahsu OruggiaM
should be used ry every
woman, man and child de
siring a nib. soft, lustrous
- araranee ,( Uie hair, it
.furnishes iut the ritrht
jsiimulatiou to the lin
ne that c&u he
ourdealer cannot stip
iu. write to Lib and we
w ill we to it that you are
Seven Sutherland Sisters
IS Dca brasses Street. Sew York City.
r. A. THOMAS,
Corner Second Avenue ind Seventeenth St
Notice of Publication In Chancery.
tat; of El'.nols. I
Rock Island County. (
In tee circuit court, September term. 1899.
Ant, j o-ell flanahl vs Fr.irk UanubL
A Iil'J:.vii. of thu non-re-ideni'e of the said
liled in the circuit court of said county, notice
Is therefore hereby riven to tbe suid ni,n
reioeut defendrii tb:it the cotnpialuant bled
her bill of complaint in said court, on the
chancery side thereof. 01 the Ith day of
Auirusi. A. D. I ur.d that thereupon a sum
mosM isued out cf ia:d court, wherein Kaid
suit Is now peudinv. returnable on tbe third
Monday In tbf month of Seotember nexr. a-is
by law required. Now.ualeviriiu. thesaidnon
res deit defendant aoove named prunitUanahl.
shall personally be and appear before Kaid c!r
cultcourt. on the tirst day of the next terra
thereof to t,e bolden at itoek Island in and for
the sid couuy. on the Third Mondav In Sep
tember next, and plead, answer or demur
to the said eomplalnam's bill of complaint,
the same and tbe matter and thlnus therein
charged arid Ma'ed will te taken asconfes-sed.
ai.d a decree entered a,'ai:ist. you according to
the praj er of said biil.
Gk. ik.k w. Gambi.p.. f'lerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. Auu' l. A. D. 1".1
John T. hTAKi'uKU, Complainant's Solicitor.
Notice of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois. I
County 01 Hoek Island
In iic circuit court, to September term, A. D.
1. In chancery.
Herbert U . Liai.es vs. MargaretGutes-General
An'.uavit of the non-residence of Margaret
tlales. the defendant above named. havinRbeen
b,ed In she clerk t olllee of said circuit courtof
K u; island county, notice l hereby L-iven to
the said non-resident defendant that the com
plainant has tiled bis bill cf comniaint in sa d
court, on the chancery side thereof, on tue
!in day ol Aii'.'ust. w herein said Suit 1
now pei.dinir and that a summons L-isued out of
said court against said defendant returnable
on tbe IKth uav of September. A. l. litoH, as is
b law reunired. Now. therefore, unless you
the sUu Marja'et iiates, shall personally be
and apiiear before tue saiu circuit court. 01
i;i;u Is and ountv. on the first day of tb
next term therof, to be bolden at the court
hou e. In the ,-i'y of Kock f -dand in said county.
on the Isth dav of September. A. 1 is'.n. and
plead, aasw er or dtrmur tus-id complainant's
bill of complaint, the same and the matters
and things therein charged and staled will be
taken us confessed, and a decree entered
avrainat you according to the prayer of said
Gkirgi W. Gamble, Clerk.
Lcnu.pn i Rkvnuij,
Coup. a riant s fcollcitors.
August 1Mb. A. ii. Iiy.
Fstate of August lluesic, deceased.
The undersigned having neeu appointed
executrix of the last -will and testa
ment of August Huesini:. late of the
county of Koek Island. Ft He of Illinois,
deceased, hereby (lives notice that she wlU
appear befoie the county court of Rock
Inland county at toe county court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at, the November
term, on the tirst Monuay in rsovemi,er next,
at which time all persons havinir claims against
said estate are notified and requested to at
tend, for the purpose or nuvicK the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment
Dated Ibis 'Jlst day ot August, A. D. 1(99.
Makia lU r.-iNi;. Executrix.
Cincinnati::-.::::::::: $9. 75
Indianapolis .: : :::: 7.75
ColumbUS :::::::::::::::: 10.25
fl. I. & P. By.
Sept. 7th, 14th,
20th and 28th.
Tickets Good Thirty Days
M. A. PATTERSON.
Gta'l Pass. Aent,
Book laiand. 111.
His 5 i
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frerklf, hi fAt-s st m
Irm -i't i?-r B- r
,U(.sv.jr i.-urti wit;
i f siskell's Cintmenl
tbivitic for a!! liu-
Kenii ih. .km iw,ft, -n,KHh
nd lir.'lt.y. trn - cl.tA.
iotinston, Nol!sa A Co..
of Northwestern University, md"
Cblcac. Kvajiatou. III. the Dean.
frof.l-.CI.UTKI', Moatc Halt, Kvaastsu
' 1 1 7sInu'aiioa 10 me nnir
V' ? l' ''t,8 al"i cncounnres the
.ii I natural Uo- of hair moii-t-f
I v ure- It prevent dandruff
' J?" ani premature pray hairs.
' '( 'a -rIt is the moet refreshing,
1 ti F 'V. AiMwilirtir r. I inrimmiliiitf
WAR Of THE TRUSTS.
Batch of Suit3 Against Corpora
tion3 Which Answer No
STATE LAW HAS TO BE OBEYED,
Says the Attorney General by Bis Action
Senator Culloiu'. Brply to Recent R.
marka of Gov. Tanner Palmyra ThinKa
She If as Unearthed a Ten-Year-Old Mor
dcr TTetern Normal Location Not De
cided Vet Mighty iiot Weather.
Pontiac, Ills., Sept. 6. State's Attor
ney Blaisdell. under the direction of
Attorney General Aiken, has Instituted
suits against the following corporations
doing business in this county: Fair
bury Union AsricultureCoard, Fairbury
Light, Heat and Power company an J
the Leslie E. Keeley company, of
Dwight. The suits are brought under
the statute of this statedesigned to pre
vent the formation of trusts, pools cr
combinations to fix the price of any ar
ticle of merchandise orcommodity. The
statute fixes a penalty of $50 a day for
failure to file an affidavit within thirty
days after the same was sent by the
secretary of state answering underoath
that they are not members of said
Comment of the Loral Itar.
This the above corporations have
failed to do and the penalty alleged in
'.he declarations amount to over $S,000
for each corporation sued. The above
cases had led to a great deal of com
ment among the members of the local
bar, who claim that his law would
confiscate propertyand therefore beun
constitulional. State's Attorney Blais
dell has a list of many other corpora
tion in this county against whom i he
will institute suit for violation of tho
CULLOM'S REPLY TO TANNER.
Disclaims Any Contradiction of What tlio
Springfield. Ills., Sept. C. When
asked if he had anything to say in re
ply to Governor Tanner's interview re
garding the treatment Illinois received
fit the hands cf Secretary Root in the
appointment of officers in the new vol
unteer regiments. Senator Cullom
said: "I did not, as I remember, contra
dict the governor's statement that Illi
nois had not been fairly treated in tr
allotment of commissions in the new
regiments being organized. What I did
say was that I supposed the secretary
of war had taken into account what
had been allotted to our state under
the first call for ten regiments name
ly, a lieutenant colonel. a major, a num
ber of captains and lieutenants in the
Thirtieth regiment, and some captHins
and lieutenants iu other volunteer reg
iments. "I supposed the secretary of war
thought he was treating Illinois fairly
in view of tho appointments that had
been accorded to our state under the
previous call. So far as I am aware,
the secretary and adjutant general
adopted substantially the same (jourse
in raising the last ten regimentsas was
pursued in organizing and officering
the ten regiments authorized under the
PALMYRA IN A QUIVER.
Illinois Town stirred Up by a Flrst-Class
Palmyra, Ills., Sept. C. Palmyra is
all a quiver with excitement over a re
port that has been gaining circulation
in a very secret way of a ghastly find
that wan made on a farm two miles
east of here cf a human skeleton and a
pair of boots, supposed to have be
longed to a former citizen named Spen
cer Mays, who disappeared about ten
years ago. About that time Mays went
to St. Louis with a number of persons
from here on an excursion, and was
last seen on the ads bridge, and was
supposed to have been drowned, but
the report was never verified.
His wife secured a divorce and mar
ried William Dei by. of Carlinville
Prairie. It is now reported that the
house has been moved where Mays for
merly lived, and that the mover, notic
ing a depression under the house, dug
and found a skeleton and a pair of
boots, the latter said to be like Mays
wore. No arrests have been made yet,
but circumstances point significantly
and later developments may clear up a
long standing mystery. The excite
ment is growing intense here.
Oilier Murders to III Charge.
Paxton. Ills., Sept. C Fred Hart
man, who was tianged here May 14,
IH'jI, for the murder of Mrs. Gedds. of
Drummond township. Is now proved to
be the murderer of Mrs. Lenz, of Dan
forth. Iroquois county, by the finding
of the gold watch stolen from Mrs.
Lenz shortly before Hartman's arrest.
The watch has beta fully identified.
It was found in the bdtick upon which
Hartman slept before he was cap
tured. He is also believed to have mur
dered Mrs. Selfkin. of Peach Orchard
township, this county.
Figlit Over the WeMern Normal.
Springfield. Ills.. Sept. 6. There was
no meeting Monday of the state board
of education to decide on the location
of the Western Normal. Stale Super
intendent BiJyliss stated that in hi
opinion there would be a long drawn
out f.ghi between the partisans of the
llotte.t liny at tbe Capital.
Springfield. Lis.. Sept. 6. Yesterday
was the Eottrft day cf the season, the
government thermometer registering a
maximum of 9'J.3 degrees, while ther
mometers on the level f the street reg
istered from 100 to 10S degrees; hottest
September day ever known in Spring
field. Democrats 1 oitorte Ilryan.
Virginia. Ills., Sept. 6. The Demo
crats cf Cass county assembled in dele
gate convention here. Resolutions were
passed, indorsing Bryan for president,
reaffirming the Chicago platform, and
bitterly opposing Imperialism.
Llectrle Railway Sol J.
Decaltr, Ills.. Sept. 6. The Decatur
electric railway was sold yesterday to
David Schelleiibarger. representing a
syndicate of bondholders, for J1-1,j00.
Russian Esxon von Tell will under
take a Polar expedition.
The Chicago Tribune predicts a corn
crop of about 2,500,000,000 bushels.
A vicious sheep butted and hooked
Mrs. Wright at Sandusky, Wis., killing
Germany is reported to have pur
chased 1.000 square leagues of territory
The Republicans of Virginia will
probably make no contest this year for
members of the legislature.
The Monongahela, United States
training ship, has arrived at Annapolis
after a long cruise. AU well.
The Porto Rican relief committee
says $1,500,000 is needed to furnish
necessaries of life to the destitute of
The Kaiser Wihelm der Crosse has
beaten her own record again, making a
trip across the Atlantic in 5 days, IS
hours and 15 minutes.
There was more deaths from typhoid
fever at Chicago last week than in any
week since the first week of"October,
1S9S, when there were twenty-three
Putnam B. Strong, son of ex-Mayor
StroEg. of New York, has declined the
appointment of major of the Forty-sec
ond regiment. United States volunteer
The Illinois Central is negotiatingfor
the purchase of the St- Louis, Pegria
and Northern railroad, which if con
summated would give the former a di
rect line to St. Louis.
The navy department has ordered
the gunboat Nashville to relieve the
gunboat Machias from duty in West
Indian waters in connection with the
Santo Domingo revolution.
Between 200 and 300 delegates, repre
senting more than 18,000 stationary en
gineers, met at St. Louis and befjun the
eighteenth annual session of the Na
tional Association of Stationary En
American Bauken in Session.
Cleveland. Sept. 6. The twenty-fifth
annual convention of the American
Bankers association was called to or
der in the auditorium of the Chamber
cf Commerce building yesterday with
probably the largest attendance in the
history of the organization. Between
1,200 and 1,500 visiting bankers, repre
senting Ell sections of the country, were
present. The day was devoted to re
ports of officers, president's annual ad
Peace In the St. Patrick's Parish,
St. Louis, Sept. 6. Peace now hovers
over St. Patrick's parish in East St.
Louis. The beginning of the end of the
titter controversy that has waged be
tween the bishop and people lor four
months was witnessed when Rev
Father John Harkins. who has been
appointed temporary administrator of
the congregation, was welcomed to St.
Roliher Took Insurance Policies.
Watertown. Wis.. Sept. 6. The safe
in the meat market of Boehm & Berg,
of this city, was cracked by burglars
i.nd a'oov.t i SO in cash and S50 worth ot
checks, insurance and other papers
were taken. The robbery is supposed
to be the work of tramps, as no profes
Eional safe-cracker would burden him
sell! with insuraiiie policies.
V lATL'D ' TELEGRAMS.
Chicago Grain ami Produoe.
Chicago, Sept. 5.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board ot Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close,
Pefitember ..$ .6:Ti $ .7ui $ .69 $ .6i
December .lMs .ii'.s .u?
May i4i .74Vi .3;i .74
epiemoer .. ,ori .oivs ."ivs
December ... .2'-4 .2S-8
May 30 .UOVb .S'a .30
September .. .20 .20- .20 .20
December ... .20V4 -20V4 .20 .20Vg
Mav .21Ta .21
September .. 8.02'i 8.02ti 8.02Vj 8.02Vj
December ... 8.07'.a S.lzVi 8.02Vi 8.12Va
May S.uO 5.5a 9.4o
December ... 5.25 5.30 5.25 5.30
May 5.42i 5.47i 5.42Vi 5.47t
September .. 5.02,,i 5.12 5.02'4 5.12V4
December ... 5.1d 5.20 o.l; o.-'j
May 4.K5 5.00 4.93 5.00
Produce: Butter Extra creameries,
20c per tb: extra dairies. 17c; fresh
packing stock. 13Uc. Eggs Fresh stock
lli't-iililc per doz. Live Poultry Tur
keys, 10c per n: chickens. S'.-ic: springs.
10c; ducks. 77Vjc: geese, $3.50&5.i'0
per doz. Potatoes Fair to choice. 21
(ii35c per bu. New Apples $1,0042.50
.11 Cbicaeo Lire Stock.
Chicago. Sept. 5.
Ilogsi Estimated receipts for tne day
12.'jU. Sales ranged at $3.4u(a4.43 for
Tigs. $4.2;ra4.70 for light. $4.00 4.15 for
rough packing. 4.20?i4.t,O for mixed and
ti.Zvii 4.57Vi for heavy packing and ship
C-ttie Estimated receipts for the
day. 3.000. Quotations ranged at JCSOi1
6.65 choice to txtra steers. j.b.,ab
pood to choice do.. i4.P0fto.50 for fair to
pood. $4. 454. 85 common to medium do.,
J4.2CjJl.iO butcher's steers. 14.156.35 f--d
western steers, $3.25&4.0 feeding steers,
$2.2". 4.30 cows, S2.00g5.10 heifers. JJ.bu
5i4 50 bufis an oxen. J3.75ff4.65 slaps.
$3.40ffi4.75 Texas steers, and J4.50&.7.25
Sheep Kstimated receipts for the
day. 13. COO. Quotations ranped at J3.40
i4 20 westerns. 2.o'54.C9 natives and
Milwaukee. Sept. 5.
Wheat Lower: No. 1 northern, 70343
71c; No. 2 northern. 69g69c. Oats
Steady: 20Si23Vsc. Rye Steady: No. 1,
544C. Barley Firmer; No. 2. 4-c; sam
Spring Umb ti 5033.50.
Sheep 4.44 c.
or i ?'
Hay Timothy, S7&9; wild, t7.50aa.
Straw 4 SO.
Hatter Choice to fair, 15c: fresh creamerv.
Chickens 7c per pound.
Spring chickens -uc.
Ducks Tc per pound.
Coal Soft. 10c.
Cattle Butchers par for corn-fed Kt-ers.
S-Vc: cows and he.fers, iiio&ihic; calyes.
CASTOR I A
For Infants aad Children.
The Kind Ycu Kara Always Bought
JIMDfEZ AT PiJE&tO PLATA.
Bailed as a Deliverer There, bat the South
Puerto Plata. Sept. 6. General Jim
Inez has arrived here, accompanied by
fifty armed revolutionists who were
taken on board the Georges Croise at
Cape Haytien. The populace hailed
him as the country's deliverer. A dele
gation of 100 officials and prominent
merchants, headed by the governor of
the city, went on board the steamer to
greet him, returning after an absence
.of nine years. The entire population
was at the wharf and escorted his car
riage to headquarters, where a re
ception was held, thousands waiting
for hours in the intense heat to assure
oim of their support.
Last night there was a popular dem
onstration with a processicn of soldiers
and citizens and speeches of welcome.
Puerto Plata and Santiago are Jiminez
strongholds. There is some uncertainty
regarding political conditions in the
southern districts, and there are ru
mors of other aspirants planning to de
feat General Jiminez in that quarter.
GREAT TELEPHONE COMBINE.
Proposes to Cover All the Important Mis
sissippi Valley Points.
St. Louis, Sept. 6. Hopkins J. Han
ford, general manager of the Kinloch
Telephone company, came to St. Louis
from Minneapolis yesterday to arrange
maps and profiles for a gigantic new
long-distance telephone enterprise
which will cover all important points
in the Mississippi valley. Hanford was
seen in the Union station last night
prior to his departure again for the
north, lie said: "The proposed com
pany will be incorporated Oct. 1 with a
capital stock of $1,000,000 paid up. It
will be known as the Kinloch Long Dis
tance Telephone company, and will ex
tend many miles to the north, east,
south and west of St. lxjuis.
The company is the outgrowth of the
Kinloch Telephone company, of St.
Louis, which organization has recently
made a large extension iu its local serv
ice, involving an additional expenditure
of $212,000 on its switchboard facili
ties." Scores on the ltall l-'icltl.
Chicago. Sept. 6. Following are yes
terday's League ball scores: At St.
Louis Louisville 4, St. louis 4; at
Philadelphia Washington 10, Phila-
drlnhin IS: at Chicaeo Pitlsburc i.
Chicago 13: at Brooklyn New York 5,
Brooklyn lo; at lioston uaiumore s.
Boston 4: at Cincinnati Cl?veland 3,
Cincinnati 19; (second game) Cleve
land 7. Cincinnati 9.
Western League: At Indianapolis
St. Paul 3. Indianapolis 4; (second
game) St. Paul 5, Indianapolis 1; at
T!uff:ilo Minneanolis 5. Buffalo 2: at
Grand Rapids Milwaukee 15, Grand
Gels One Sixth ol the Instate.
Milwaukee, Sept. 6. By a decision cf
the state supreme court at Madison
handed down yesterday, Kmma Bless
ing Islington, widow of Harrison
Ludir.gton, Jr., is given a one-sixth in
terest in theestateof Harrison Luding
ton. former governor of Wisconsin
which is valued at $1,500,000. Judge
Johnson, of the circuit court of Mil
wauUee county, ruled that Harrison
Ludington. Jr., had only a life interest
in his father's estate.
Hamilton l-'aiully Iteiinioii.
Auburn, Ind., Sept. C. The annual
reunion of the Hamilton family was
held Monday at Hamilton, a lake re
sort in the northern part of the coun
ty. The attendance included a host of
friends, as well as the relatives of the
family. The Hamiltons are familiar
throughout Indiana. Michigan, Ohio
and Illinois, having in former years
traveled these territories as a musical
Hottest Day of the Year.
Chicago, Sept. 6. Yesterday at this
roint was the hottest nay of the year
and the same story comes from In
diana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska and oth
er states in tha Mississippi valley. At
some points the temperature in the
sun at the street level was over 100
and the record was beaten for many
years. Pretty much everywhere it was
the hottest September day on record.
ISoy Lout at Applelon.
Appleton, Wis., Sept. 6. The 4-year-
old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rau, of
Seymour, has been lost in this city
since Monday morning. The two. with
their child, came into the city Monday
morning and went to the Northwestern
House. Soon afterwards the child was
missed and there is not the slightest
trace of its whereabouts.
Wisconsin BIhu Killed at Chicago.
Chicago, Sept. 6. A man who was
killed while alighting from a Chicago
and Northwestern passenger train near
California avenue, Sept. 1, has been
identified at the county morgueas Har
ry Emerson, of Beaver Dam, Wis. He
was a cook and 35 years old. Emerson
was identified by a relative.
PiTe Perfton Drowned.
Bath, Me.. Sept. 6. By the capsizing
of the yacht Ahadia in Shecpscot bay
Monday five persons were drowned.
The victims were: Dr. John 11. Stead
man, William Nason, Harry Higgins,
Frank Avery all of Georgetown, and
James A. Martin, of Boston. Theyacht
was upset in a squall.
McCoy Knocks Ont the Knglinhman.
New York. Sept. 6. 'Kid" McCoy
knocked out Jeff Thorn in the third
round of their go at the Broadway
Athletic club last night. Thorn is an
English boxer, who was quoted before
the fight as sure of winning.
Kansa liank Is Closed.
Wash in Eton. Sent. 6. The com tit roller
of the currency vesterdav closed the
doors of the AU-hison National bank, of
Atchison, Kas. Tbe bank is expected
to pay about 60 per cent.
Old Man Pound bead.
Viroqua. Wis., Sept. 6. Patrick Mul-
crone, aced 0 yfars. who lived alcne.
as found dead in his farm house. In
ications are that he had been dead
for a week at least. Officers have re
turned from the houseand report strong
vidence that tec old man was mur
Killed it Lumber Ciinn.
West Superior, Wis.. Sept. 6. Tom
Jordan and Lavrcc Gavin, two work
men employed at the Cooper & Litt.'e
lumber camp, were killed yesterday br
falling from a logging train near th
Northern Pacific bridge over the Poktv
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Jvviit etut aire suit y
Howell, Ind., Not. 26.
I will always praise Wine of Cardui. It
has done me more rood. than all the medi
cines I have ever taken in iuy life. PIciiho
send a book about female diseases to the
Isdies wuose names 1 enclose.
Mrs. MINNIE STODGHILL.
It isn't necessary for a woman to Rive particulars. When she says
she has "femafe troubles", other women know what that means. It
means days and nights of endless suffering;. It means headaches which
no tongue can describe. It means that terrible bearing and dragging
down in the lower abdomen. It means agonizing backache, and shoulder
ache, and arm ache, and aches in the lower limbs. It means nerves on
edge the blues despondency and loss of hope. It means debilitating
drains that the doctors call leucorrlnea. It means martyrdom some
times even death seems preferable. And still Wine of Cardui will utterly
I UCIES' ADVISORY BtPARTMCKT. -
For ad vlri In rnnt's rpqairtna rrlsl
(llrtM'tioiift. nr1,trf, tnvina ay tnpinm.
I ldidlr. Al,l.orjr l,-, 'Ifcrt HAfTANOOtaA
i SkDiriMi cu Cliaitanooita, TVnn.
the Change of Life, this Vegetable Wine is a blessing.
Druggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
BAUEKSFELD & SEXTON
Up -to -Date Wall Papers.
The Adam's Wall Paper Co.'s display of fine
new wall papers surpasses anything they have
ever shown before. A finer line at lower prices
than ever before, lie sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
i5E2rS3io-3i4 Twentieth Street.
Hook Island. HI.
(ocorporated Voder the
ins 3Y LOAFED 05 F?EX5AL CO
J M. !; lord, presideni,
Joan Cruoajtcu, Vice Presidant,
P. oreetiawttit, Casaler.
Eecan tvy.rtka J-ily t. IM, scd ocecp7 tho
S. K. ocner ol MUcnell Lyada's
FINE TA 8 jLO liING
A few notes regarding fall gooda that can be fcnr.d by looking
at this ad. -Her are some prices we quote: Novelties
In suits the prices range from 20, 22, 25 and up. Tho
prices in the fall trousers ran3 from $5, t-5 60, f 6, 6.50 and
upward. Come in and see our fine line.
JCHJT II. rAHIDOa.
Shop 119 Seventeenth Si.
JEWEL Stoves ami Ranges
J are niot e c o :-, o i o x 1 i :i
operation they gt-'ierate Uie
most heat from the least fuel.
LARGEST STOVE RANT IN THEMRLCj
Are identified the worM
over by this great trade -r.iatk.
Ask vour dealer for J E V 11 1
STOVES and RANGES.
put those diseases and pains to rout.
It has cured thousands of cases
when nothing else on earth would.
To the budding woman, to the
bride, to the wife, to the expectant .
mother, to those going through
Beauty Is Uppermost
Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. By modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their laundry work Is the best
that is turned out in-this vicinity.
Their services is prompt and pa
trons are treated with courtesy.
1814 Third Ave. Telephone 1293.
roar Per Cent Paid on
LATERAL OH EEAL E2TATS SIOUEITI
H. S. Cable, Win. W!!merVe
John Crubaugb, I'liil Mltoaeil,
H. 1. llui. U tim-m.
II W. H irsfc i & Uulord
aiolloltora Jaekans & Hurst
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