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THE ABGTJS. SATUEDAT. SEPTEMBER 16. 1899.
McCASKUlii & McCASKKLN.
Attorneys at Law.
Koek Islani and Milan. Roex latancl oOn
over tire 11 & Math a iwr. Milan, ofllo on
H. C COB1III.LT. B. D. OOU (IUI
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law
Money loaned 09 over Thomas' drcc
tore, corner of Second vena and Saven
JACKSON & HUBST,
Attorneys at Law.
OfSee In Rock Island National Bank Bond-
WM. L. 1-rDOt.PH. HOST. B BETVOLDO.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. Geccral lei! business. No
i-vry public 1706 Seoocd avenue, Bnford
C D. IW1I9IT. O. I ViLIll
Attorneya and Counsel' on at Law.
Office In Bcngston Block.
C. J. SIARLR. C. B HAKAHALL,
State at Attorney. : : : : :
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENIRY & McEKIBY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security; rnase eo'leo
I en. lCefercr.ee. tditctc.'l & Lynde, bankers
free. Mitchell & Lynda building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Is and.
Mitchell A. Lyntlc building.
F. li. FIRST. M. D.
Fnyslcisn and 9 org too.
paone 4 on 1M7. Office, E6 Twentlett
street, tiiflce hours: 10 to 12 a. m.: to 4 mne
' to 8 p. m. &ut-dy, 8:30 to 0:30 a. m.; 1-tO tc
4 p. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special atter.tlon to diseases of women and
erilljrcu. also dl-A'.h of eye. ear. Dine and
tbroi.'. .nice bours i:: to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4 p
m. 2j Sixteenth street, Kock Island.
J. B. DCBKIIAKT, M. D ...
. M KM. n.lA K. BCStUBT, M. D.
DRS. BURK1IART & BURK11ART,
OUce Trcmsnn block. Office hours 8 to It
HI., I H J Mint . n v -
Kock Isind, ltl. ts'.gnt calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, U. V.
Physician and Surgeon.
oaice between TUird and Fourth avenues ol
Twcnt.cio street. Ofllce boun,: 9 to 11a.m.,
r t.i 4 p m. and 7 to 9 p. m. Night calls from
o&?e l'hone 40HL
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentin,
AildiscaHC of horses and cattle treated ol
approrcd principles. SurKlcal operations rer
lormeil in iwit-ntino manner. Dors treated.
All c:illa promptly attended to. Ilewdence,
lwj fifth avenue Telepnone 4i. umee
and Intlraiarj', W&-1 Fourth avenue
(Maucker'sstJtble), oppotte No. 1 fire bouse.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert In the treatment oi
nervous, private and all cbronlo diseases ol
men and women.
Hours: 10 to li 8 O 4, 8 to S. Suidays 10 to IS.
Harrison and Second streets, opposite new
Uos ton store.
DR. M. A. UOLLINGSWORTU,
PTice. rtarpcr House Pharmacy, c Night calls
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
rooms H and IS. Mltchc'l ft I.ynde tmliaici.
Ofllco hours frcci 8 to 12 a. m and I M I (. o.
J. T. TAYLOS,
Offlee hours 9 to 12 a. a., 1 SO to 4 SO p. m.
rw K.ghteetb street. Opposite Union smee.
DRACK A KERNS,
Architects and Superlntecdenia
UENRY GAETJE, lTop.
Out flowers and Designs of ail Kiodt.
r. j svora.
1807 Second aveaoa. Talapbot e
K a J'intmcut wil MrrHlind
K 0 IwH:ccJidic an. Itching
A 9 is Plies. It absorbs the tumors.
I Biai.avs the itching at ooce. arts
1 . poultice, pivrs irstant re-
Li .ci. ir. v uiiams Indian file uicv
ncnt lsprenared for Pi Irs and Itch
ite cf tbj private parts. Every box is
r rram i. My tlrurgista, by mail ou n
?T:ET.r!.r',"r M ents and 91. OO. WILL" US
sHUriCTURIHS CO.. Props.. Cleveland, DlSS
SCHdbyMr Ba&hau drasCau
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ACTS GENTLY ON THE
Cleanses the ystem
OVERCOMES c I
evy THE GENUINE WANT o ey
(AIJfpRNlA TG tfRVP2.
Notice of Publication In Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. (
In the circuit court, September term, 1&9.
Auua no-ella Ganahl vs Frank G.ir.uhl.
Affidavit of tnu norj.re-Wence of the said
Franatiiiiiiih'.t above Uc fendant. hav iat; bieu
died (n the circuit court of said county, notice
is therefore hereby :riven to the n;ud non-
.1 . . .. w, . ...... . i. ....... ntn . -1 . . .1
TfcerbUl of cii;i!uini in :iid court, oi the
, chancery side thereof, oi the 1Mb day of
tifcrust. A. I. lw.t. s:?U h:it the-eupon a sum
rnins is-sued out of eu-t. wherciu said
su t is now perelin;'. returr.au!e on the third
Vond.iy fn the nioruhof Srruiecntier next, a is
iy tnvr .vquired. Now. unless you. tliCMiidnon
res:du:it ;ie.rtriil:tnt above uanicl Frank tlanahl.
shall persjnaliy lieantl anpear before said cir
cuit curt. on the first day of the nezt term
thereof, to be holUeo at Kut'k Island in and for
ihe sulci county, on rue Third Monday in Sep
eoiber next, and plead, answer or demur
to the "-aid complainant's bill of complaint,
'.he same and the matters and things therein
charifeiB and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a def-ee entered against you according to
the prayer of said bill.
(JnoKr.E W. Gamhi.e. Clerk.
Rock Island, niinois. Aue 1. A. D. 1KH
John T. fcTArtoKU, Coiupluinaul's Solicitor.
Notice of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois. I
County of Kock Island C68-
fn the circuit court, to September tern;, A. D.
T8"9. In chancery.
Herbert W. Gales vs. MargaretGates. General
Afidavlt of the non-residence of Manraret
Gates, the defendant above nnmed. having been
lied in the clerk's o.tlce of said circuit courtof
Koc Island county, notlee is hereby ?lven to
the said non-resli'.ent defendant thai the com
plainant has bled I. is hill of coir.j.lalnt In said
sourt. on the chancery side thereof, on the
l'Xh ilay of AUk'iist. l!'.y. w herein said suit Is
now pendtnsr. and that a summons Issued out of
said court uiraint said defendant returnable
on the llh day of September. A. D. IKK', as is
bv law re'iuireii. Now. therefore, unless you,
the s iid Mama-el t iates. shall personally be
and appear before the said i-ireuit court, of
Kock is and county, on the first day of the
next term therof. to be holden at the court
boa e. in the city of hock Island Insaid county,
on the lth day of x-piemhtr. A. ! lsf.'. and
p'ead. answer or demur to a id complainant's
bill of complaint, the same and the matters
and tbirnrs therein charged and stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
airainst you according to the prayer of said
Odohgs w. Gamble, Clerk.
Lcu'i.ni & RrTsouw.
August 1-th. A. D. leV.
Fstate of K'lcn Ki.U. deceased.
The underslirned. havir-r Deen appointed
executor of the 1 jst w ill and tenment of Kilen
IJii. late of the county of Kock Island,
t:,te of Illinois, deceased, hereby tflves notice
'.hat be will appear hcfire the county courtof
"sock Island county, at the county court room.
In the euv of Kock Island, at the Novetiber
term, on the first Monday in November next,
at wbloa time uil rersons having claims
acai-.si sa'd e'ate are noticed ai:d requested
to a; tend for tne purpose of bavin; the same
aijiw.ed. All pcrstn.s indebted to said estate
are requested to make 3imedlate payment to
1'a.eU thta 5th day of Scpf ra!.er. A. D. IW.
T. 11. Ki.i.is. Bxecutor
Estate of Aueust lIuKru. deceased.
The unde-sarced havitiK reen appointed
executrix of the last v!!l and testa
ment ot August Iluesinir. late of the
ounty of Koek Island, state of Illinois,
decease!?, hnrel-y giv?s notice that she will
appear before the county court of Rock
ls.ar.il county at the county court room, in
the c'ty of R.-ck Island, at the November
terra, on the first Mo:irl..r In November next,
at w h!'.-h time ali pcr.o::s havioirclatmsaainst
satd estate are notified and requested to at
tetd. fjr tuf p'irrose of having the same ad
Jus.ed. Aii persous indebted to said estate
are requt ;ed to make immediate payment
to the 'ir.de.-lirceil
Dated th ei.xt day of A uust, A. D. 199.
Mak: Ilt'E-i.so. Eiecutr.i.
Notice of Final netllrment.
KsTate of Tliiim.is Shea. '.ece cd.
IMt'iic mv.ice is hereby trivea that the un-
frMai'u. llcrce Ke.iue. ha this dav tileil
L;-. Lin) rc;rt : ni? settlement a- such in the
c.mi.tv court of Kock Island county, and that i
an or'icrij i'. tecri cnlercii bvs:,:d court apprv- I
in' the said report . ui less objections thereto I
r cause t o ' iie co:r( rarv te shown on or be-j
f. re the .M tiav of September. A. I. and
.;io:i me t.i.al approvul of said report the said j
r u-.-ec i.:i e ui as i,ir an order or ois-
inoi.. ion. uud will ! iV to ! discharged.
Aii i-csuin imerestcti are notified to attend,
tiocs Isiatiu. 11 .. cepi.. 1. lsi..
Pir.i:. e Kit.se Kxecu'.ror.
Jli-KSIHT & M Kmkt. solicitor.
IT jf For Drunkenness and
gr Y e cuunici.-id.
a srr.r. relit- to woman for
all troubles peculiar to her sex. (47Send by
mall or from our Acenu SI.OO Per box.
SILUAMS KFS. CO. Prop, CLIVTLAJia. CHIIL
rorsal by M. F. Ba&oa, drulav
MEMORIAL AT SH1L0H
lll.r.ols Battlefield Commission
Meets to Select the
CnOOSIlfG H05UME3T AND MABE3
to Parpetuate the Deeds of Prairie State
Soldiers ua That ISIoody Field fiov.
Tanner Talks of His Illness Danville
Good Koads Convention Strong Plea for
a Dry Sunday Operator Agrees to Give
Ills Miners tlie Scale.
Siirlnrfield. Iils.. Sept. 10. Tlio Illi
nois Sliiloh In: ttlclicld coininission was
in si'ssion yitiTtlay at tlit' Inland
bott-1 consiilt'riny the tlesipas for thv
Uioiniiiit lit to the Illuois troops to Io
i-rtH-tetl oil the ltattlctieltl of Sliiloh
ami oiH'iiliis bids for thv markers
whi-h will ilvsiuate Ihe positions oc-
CKpiinl by tlie various Illinois com
iiiandcrs who anticipated in the bat
tle. The legislature at its last session
appointed iW.diKl for the monument
marker ami expenses of the com
mission, ot which amount liui0 is
for the mounuioiit. Celieral John A
MH'lernnuiI. of this eitv. presided
I-'il'teen designs were submitted to the
commission but an adjournment was
taken to today without auv decision
bein reached. The bids for the mark
ers were opened, but the award will
not be mad'j until sometime today.
.oil News for Coal Mines.
State Secretary Treasurer Itvan. of
the I'niled Mine Workers, lias received
a telegram from Mallidnyhoro. IVrrv
county, stating that Captain W. II.
llalliday, of Cairo, the owner of the
mine there, had posted up n-tiico tlir.t
lie would pay the scale asked by the
miners o' cents per ton and live
mines would resume oiH-ratiou JIou-
d-iy. The men struck because Cap
tain Ilolliday was unwillinjr to pav
more than the rate paid by the others
in tt lliiauisoti county coal mines,
which was cents. About :loO men
are employed at the Hallidayboro
CONVENTION FOIt GOOD ROADS.
Delegates Shown How to ISulId a "I'lke" of
the Prairie Soli.
Danville, Ills.. Sept. Hi. At the Good
I loads convention in this city Thurs
day, under I lie auspices of the Cham
Imt vt Co!inif-rce. a strip of hard road
was constructed out of soil as u sam
ple. The principal address was made
by I-.. !. Harrison, govern inent road
expert, who contends that a hard road
canine built out of prairie soil by
throwing up a rounded jrrade. rolling
the earth compactly, and tiling the
middle of the road.
The prejudice against hard roads on
account of expense does not apply to
this system, as the cost is but little
more Mian under tiie old system. An
organization of the district was per
fected by the election of the following
oilicers: President. W. Hohson.
Pilot: secretary, C. K. Cott ingliaiu.
SOVKItNOK TANNF.IfS ILLNESS.
Ue Keeps on Working IJreardless of Ills
Springfield, Ills., Sept. Hi. Lying In
ins neii at the executive mansion
Thursday Coventor Tanner told of his
illness as follows: "Against the ad
vice of my physician. I spent several
hours at my office today. I have then
an accumulation of work which needs
my attention. Since June 2 .lst t
had spent only one day at my work
up to the hitler part of last week.
After my return from the west the
state militia, which was then in camp,
occupied my attention until I was
obliged to take to my IhmI by illness.
"I arose from the sick lcd antl went
to Mount Vernon to address a reunion
of civil war veterans and after my
return suffered another relapse. Then,
contrary to the wishes of my physi
cian. I atctided the normal school de
dication at Charleston, after which I
was again compelled to give up all
Recruiting at McLeansbore.
Mcl.ennsboro. Ills., Sept. Hi. Cap
tain Mill, recruit ins officer of the
Porty-second regiment of volunteers,
recruited lift ecu men here yesterday,
most of whom were members of the
late Ninth Illinois infantry. This
makes a total of ninty men recruited
here for the Thirtieth aud Forty-second
Carl Nelson Crushed to Death.
North Hanover. Ills.. Sept. Id. As
the result of an accident caused by
the overturning of a derrick op it
bridge on the Chicago Croat Western
railroad here. Carl Nelson, an engin
eer of Milwaukee. Wis., was crushed
to death and tliri'e members f the
crew were seriously injured. Two
workmen who were on the derrick
were liuiied ofT the bridge into the
s( ream forty foot In-low.
Mlnlns Inspectors Certified.
Springfield. Ills.. Sept. !. The slate
mining Itoard has cert i tied to the gov
ernor for npivointmcnt its state min
ing inspectors the following names:
Thomas Hudson. Calva: Walton Hut-l-dge.
Alton: Kvnn Johns. Carlondale:
JoliiuDuulap. Centra Ha: 'John K. Wil
liams. Danville: H. McAllister. Strea
tor. and J. W. Craham. Dunfeiiiue.
Woman Killed on the Kail.
P.loomiugtou, Ills.. Sept. It!. Ail east
bound passenger tr.iin ou the Itig Four
killed Mrs. Patrick McHonahl at the
cereal mill crossing, half a mile west
of the I'nion station, yesterday morn
ing. Mrs. MclNmald was on years old
and had long been a resident of this
Will Plead for a Snnday Law.
IVIvidere. Ills.. Sept. H!. While
their flock pray in the chapels of the
churches the ministers will next Mon
day uigbt wait uion the city council
to urge it to pass a Sunday dosing
ordinance, iutroductsj ,y Alderman
Sheldon, prohibiting the vnyy-ffi a"uy
goods on Sunday.
lr Frost In Illinois.
Sycamore. WU-.Jx. Hi Earlr ris
ers Thursday niAming discovert-d the
lotvlinds .abotj Sycamore glistening
wiUl the first frost of the season.
STEIKE7N VIRGINIA- ElJfXS.
Three-ronrths of Them Are Idle Miners
Waut an Advance.
Charleston. W. Ya.. Sept. 1G. Prac
tically the entire New Uiver mining
district is now id!.?. At least three
fourths of the mines have suspended
entirely and nearly all the rest are at
work with only a small force. The
prospects for an early setttleuient are
far from orlght.
The miners want an advance of
cents on the ton aud the operators
claim they cannot srraut it. for the
reason that they have contracted to
furnish coal for eastern and western
tiade at a very low ligurt, which will
not admit of an increase in wages. At
Macdonald's the men have been
granted an advance of 3 1-3 cents, bat
are not satisfied. A joint meeting of
miners aud operatars has been called
for next Monday to effect a settle,
Combination in Chairs.
New York. Sept. H!. The Times
says: "A chair combination has been
arranged for. About 85 per cent, of
all the manufacturers in the eounfry
are intcraested in the union. The
financiering of the aggregation is all
that is nece'sary to permit organlza
tion. and that will be arranged by
Charles IJ. Flint. The new couibina
tion will transact its further business
from quarters in Lorde Court building.
There the reorganization committee is
In session daily, and among the mem.
liers of the committee are Judge .1. W
Campbell, of Ohio: J. S. Ford, of Chi
cago, and A. D. Martin, of Cincinnati
EEPLY TO THE COLORADO MAIS'.
Gen. Weston's Comments on the Charges
of Private Guyot.
Washington. Sept. H!. Commissary
Coneral Weston says that the soldier
of the Colorado regiment who has
found so much to criticise at Manila
evidently was misinformed about the
exorbitant prices which were being
paid for supplies in the Philippines.
Sugar is bought about 40 per ceut.
cheaper than in the Cnlted States: rice
is 0 per cent, cheaper, and a consider
able reduction is round in the prices of
beef purchised in Australia of the pre
vailing prices in Chicago. The govern
meiit saves transportation on these ar
As to other articles, which are a part
of the commissary stores bought by
the department and sold to the officers
and men at cost price. Ceneral Weston
says there is no possibility of loss to
the government upon them. The com
missary department does not purchase
wines except for the hospitals. These
are bought upon the recommendation
of the surgeons and the money for
them comes out of the -10 cents a day
allowed to each soldier in the hospital.
Recognised the Eight-Hour Day.
Minneapolis. Sept. 1(5. The Interna
tional Coopers' union yesterday re
solved to recognize the eight-hour
movement fully. Shops that do brew
ery work will bo organized ou the
basis of $3.SO per day of eight hours;
other shops $.1 per day of eight hours.
Crnel Fate of a Klondlker.
Seattle. Wash.. Sept. 1!. Among the
many prospectors that have returned
from Alaska this season isin old man
who cannot tell who he Is or where he
came from. There is a clot of blood
on his bra hi. due to typhoid fever.
which hascsnsed n parnlvsisof speech.
Cttloago Grain and Pmdiins.
Chicago, Sept. 15.
Quotations on board of trade to-day
were as follows:
Wheat September opened 71 V&, clos
ed 70V4: December opened 70. closed
7074; May opened 73, closed 73vs.
Corn September opened 21, closed
32U; December opened 2S'i. closed Svi;
May opened 29'i. closed 29.
Oat9 September opened 211. ciosea
21: December opened 20. closed 21-;i;
May opened 22. closed 22.
Pork October opened js.oo. closed
$7.92ti; December opened $8.12',i, closed
JS.05;" January opened $9.52l,4, closed
Lard October opened $..30. closed
$5.25; December opened J5.3.. closed
to. 32; January opened Jo.Ii'.i, closed
ShoFt Kins October opened Sa.'J,
closed $3.17ii; January opened 54. 9o.
Produce: Butter Extra creameries.
22c per lb; extra dairies, 17c: fresh
parking stock. 13c. Kggs Fresh stock.
12ii&13 per doz. Live Poultry Tur
keys, 8511c per tt; chickens. 8&$f9c;
springs, 11c: ducks, ilfjSc; geese. $3.;.0
rfi6.00 per doz. Potatoes Fair to choice.
404 c per bu. New Apples S1.253.G0
Chicago Live Slock.
Chcago, Sept. 15.
Prices at the I'nion stockyards today
anged as follows:
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
l.too. Sales ranged at IXCl'SI 4.55 fur
pigs, $4.35(5 4.75 for light. S4.15&4.30 for
rough packing, $4.354.75 for mixed.
and $4.35$t4.72Vj for heavy packing and
C&tle tstimated receipts for the
day, 3.CC0. Quotations ranged at 56.30
S8.K5 choice to extra steers. $5.56.i0
god to choice do.. $4.90Ji5.60 for fair to
good. $4.45? 4.85 corr.on to medium do..
54.200 4. Z0 butchers" steers. 54.50?6.35
fed weFtern steers. 53.25i4.S0 feed! ?
steers. J2.235 4. aJ cows, J1.2505.LO he -J
ers. Si.sO'at.oO tuli and oxen. J3.7:
5 stag?. J2. 60t4. id Texas steers. 4
IS 5.35 grass western steers, $3.4023 i
wpstern cows and heifers, and It &ul
..ij veal calves. -
Milwaukee. Wis.yT5ept. 15.
Wheat Iower; No. 1 Northern 71s4
C72c; No. 2 Northern. 6V;eg9c. Rve
Higher; No. 1. 57i4658c.,rBar!eyLoWc;i-;
.-so. i. n.-; sample, 40f243c. Oat
Spring lamb 4t
Chickens-7c peL pouna.
Spring chickenfj Jj.
fuck 7c periZuaA
Coal Soft. ).
Cattle-Hutef.r" - for corn-fed steers.
S5?Rvs.c; cows find be:c!r Sc4sC: calves.
C ASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
The Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
kXiMIVBWw w VrSMey
Hay-Timothy, I7ffi3; wild, 17-5006.
Si raw -..t0. f
Butter Choice L t3.it, lJc; fresr creamery
Kgirs lit. f
AWFUL FATE OF THREE MEN.
Train Goes Through m Bridge and the Vic
tims Are Cremated.
Omaha, Sept. 16. Twenty-one ears
and an tsgine went through a bridge
on the Missouri Pacitte a few miles
south of Nebraska City last evening.
TLree men were burned to death. The
bridge was on fire, and when it col
lapsed under the train the cars caught
fire. Engineer Gillian, his unknown
fireman and Head Brakeman Foster
were caught in the wreck and roasted
This is the third railroad bridge in
Nebraska to be burned within a week.
The fire in each instauee was of
mysterious origin. Suspicions circum
stances lead to the belief that the fires
BUSINESS GOES FORWARD.
Pace Is Good and Volume Unprecedented
for the Time of Year.
New York, Sept. 1G Bradstreet's to
day says: With comparatively , little
stock or other speculative activity, and
with few strongly new features pre
senting themselves, the general busi
ness of the country goes forward at
a good pace and in unprecedented
volume for this period of the year. Fall
trade activity would appear to be at
its maximum, judging from advices of
activity aud strength of demand re
ported alike from western and eastern
markets, aud shared iu also by most
south Atlautie and Interior southern
Iron and steel are quiet, but very
strong at the cast. The notable
strength of cereals this week is shown
In corn, where paucity of old supplies
leads to the rumor of a September
'squeeze." Little seems to be noted
in wheat, though the government re
port was temporarily stimulating.
Lumber retains all its old strength.
This is true also of most building ma
terials, with the exception of brick,
which is rather weak. Wool is firm
at all and higher at some markets.
Woolen goods are strong.
Failures for the week number 11J.
against 123 last week. 173 iu this week
a year ago. 1H in lS'JT. 313 in lS'JO.
and 21S in lisUG.
INDUCING MINERS TO STRIKE.
Otllclil of the United Mine Workers' Ar
rested on That Charge.
Loudon. Ky.. Sept. 10. C W. rur-
cell. member of the National Board
of I'niled Mine Workers, was arrested
yesterday on a warrant by the oper
ators of the seven mines now ou strike
at Atlanta and Pittsburg, Ky.. charg
ing him with inducing the miners to
strike while under contract. He says
his board will tight his case in the
highest courts. He is from Terre
Haute, Ind. The strike continues. The
Lily mines men went out yesterday.
affecting 1,0h miners.
Me Raped a Filipino Woman.
Washington. Sept. 10. Senator Fos
ter, of Washington, has received a tel
egram from LJ. O. Bollowes, at Van
couvor. Wash., saying that Corporal
Dauihoffer. company 15. Sixteenth in
fantry, who has been sentenced to b"
shot to death at Manila for rape, was
a resident of Vancouver and only 'J
years old. foster was asked to assist
in having the sentence mitigated.
Illinois Shiloh Monument.
Springfield. Ills.. Sept. lfi.-The Illi
nois battlclield commission. Cenerai
John A. McCIernanil. of this city.
chairman, met at t lie Lelaud hotel
S'esterday to decide ou a design for the
monument to be erected on the battle
field to Illinois troops. About tor: de
signs have been submitted.
Meet of Democratic Leaders.
Chicago. Sept. lii. The conference of
the sub-committees of the Democratic
national committee. which is scheduled
to begin on Sunday at the Auditorium.
wilt attract another big delegation of
leaders of the several bimetallic or
ganizations of tin.' country.
Will Try to "Stamp Out" Oleo.
Atlanta. Ca.. Sept. 10. In compli
ance with requests froi.i farmers and
dairymen in all parts of the state, the
agricultural department of Georgia
has decided to begin, a. igorons cam
paign against the aaie ot oleoma rgar
iue in this state.
Toughs Tearf Orr His ..ar.
Butternut. Wis. Sept. Id. Frank
Russell, general niannger oi the Park
Falls Pulp aud 'n'aper company wns
seriously assatiltid by tun toughs.
His right enr waJ torn off. OlUcers are
on the track of the toughs aud their
capture is certnii
SkC !, koliif onta TttniftSI
VI I lit lil, 'f 'i lilllilt.'ilUUtl VI, Oil--
leni. 2S,'.iO ateJews.
Mexicau waif veterans will csk con
gress to increase their peusinis.
Admiral Sey'J' has been assigned to
comnmid tl r South Atlautie station.
Villie bP.iV11'' oi tuhicago. wou ttie
olf chamuirUflliip Baltimore by the
A lews highwnvni.m held up a stage
loach near Na;a. Cal., and escaped
tli tne exprts-s
r. . , , .....1 .,it.lnr. , f..
. lllO'.ICI -H-UlllllH 10"I ,o-
jected for a virgin held sixteen nines
southeast of Pittsburg.
John McCliutock and sister, Marga
ret, n'cre burned to death in their
lioteat Worcester, N. Y.
A leading Havana newspaper insist3
jpon white supremacy as a condition
for Cuban independence.
The cabinet officers follow the presi
dent's example and will not attend the
Dewey reception iu New York.
The national council of the Inde
pendent Order of lied Men has de
cided to meet in Milwaukee next year.
Miss Maude Iless. residing at Sou
Chicago, was attacked by a dog yOl
the greater portion of her rigjf far
torn off. 3
The will of the late Hieiid Pren
dergast. of Wheaton. Ills.. cpVocts that
S50U.000 be distributed in riual shares
among his six children.
Aguinaldo is reiorte to have re
fused S5.000 a year sJ to have been
offered by the "schurnan commission,
to be paid while thr Tagalos remained
The California state board of health
urges a state quarantine against con
sumptives as beiDg much more dan
gerous than those afflicted vritU small
pox or yellow fever. -
similating Uicrood and Regula
ting the stomachs aralBawels erf
ness and Kcst.coniams ncitRfr
Otsuai'.Morphine nor Mineral.
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca
ness andLoss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
' ' Direction of Steve F. Miller.
"OJV THE WAY TO TOWN."
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Sunday Evening, Sept. 17.
Alfred J. Eusby presents Lon
don's loudest laugh. The fasci
Scattciinir merriment 'till the lireukinif
of ilie morn.
Prices 25c 35c and 5i v. Sent on sale at Dleucr's
Sole Lessee and Manager
Monday and Tuesday,
Sept. 18 and 19.
The Andre m Opera Go.
la a season of u stanlard opera in Fnt;Ii.sh.
Iu poopie unU our own orcUcsira.
CAVALLERIA RUSTIC AN A AND
All of tne oil favorites In the cast. Splen
did chorus, him! seine coHiumes. prices
l!ae: one. T.'.c a cl tl. A comuiUttion boon
cnt:!ir.i:i' fo r tickets, transferable end
eo4 for best Sc'iW. C-.I
Sule of s-i'.s at Ulcuer's jewelry stcre.
BUFFET LIBRARY CARS
Et Dining Car Service.
John VoS'i & Co.,
Builders : : :
iuo VAjrurA.CTCBEBS or
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
. I , r l ,1 i T 'l
Veneeret ana nam uou rioor
lng of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
"XJlass, Polished Plate,
Plate and Art
st5lueBU Rock Island.
EXACT C0PVOF WRAPPER. tjjl
t iif II
'-j For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THC CCHTKUR COMMNV. MW VOSH CrTV.
ill i irtriiTli--1
1 Direction of Steve F. Milleb
ONE JOLLY NKJ1IT
Wednesday Eve., Sept. 20.
America's host exponent of
dialect comedy and sweet
singer, MIL JAMES T. Mc
ALPIN, supported by a strong
company of artists, present-
ing his latest Swedish-Amer-iean
comedy success in six
1b newest and most div r ilk 1 n
tertninment before the puhlto this
season. Heuutiful m ihie. latest
rnoile.vs, binKinv and ihincintr flab
orate ue w sjieclul seen ry. uppropri-
e costumes una special tenures. y
ateh for Hans Hanson's novel
rass band parade ami open alrcou- -
c. rt . (
1'iioes I5c, -Joe. 35c and 50 cent.s.y'
M. C. A. AUDITORIUM.
FIVE NIGHTS AND MATINEE
Sept. 21, 22, 23, 25 and 26.
I'rof. Win. Windsor. I.L.. It. Ph. li.
The World' tnont Eminent Phrenolo
Klst. Pres. of the Interuatlonal lleullh
.rt s,oclaiio.i. In bis Magnilicent cojrsu
of lectures un
(fhe Wisdom of Life.)
Thu'sday Night, Sept. Si, Free Lecture,
Friday Ninbt. Free.
"How to Ilevoine Klch.
Saturday Nltfht.no Cents)
"How to be Uealtliy.'
Saturday, S p. m, To Iiflies. f!5 Cents.)
'Ilealtn aud Jteauty."
Monday N'ii-'ht. Sept. 2.". f 10 Cents.)
In this U'ctti-e l'rof. Windsor will Intro
duce several beautiful younir ladies and
elect busuj.d for iheui from the au
dience. I'ublio examination of prominent citi
zens every niibt. producing ustonlsh
uient and roars of launbter.
Thursday Nlitbt. Sept. -Jfi. Free.
Lecture to Men Only. Matrimony."
ixin't in 'm it. AT KOCK ISLAND HO
TKL. (livinir complete advice on educa
tional. bueinesH sdsptatlon ardstieeesM.
1'ersmsl magnetism aud marriage.
Hours 10 . m. tu p. m.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly a, our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. B. & Q. It. li.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
buildings can be seen at I loom
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde's build
ARTHUR BUKRALL, Manager.
Sock Island or Colona, ILL