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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1899.
TANTKD A GOOD TEAM FOR HEAVY
ANTD-TVO TINNERS. APPLY TO
il. T- S iemon. Uio io;ru vcuuc.
ANTED HOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
iad board at 2i Fourth avenue.
1 1TANTt P-XSFXI'KBIKNTED COOK V
V Mr- T. A. Murphy. M tl street.
1ITVTFJ)-A COOK AT ONCE AT
Wright's resesurant, IMS Second av
II'ANTEIV A WOMAN TO MILK COWS
and wash milk uien.-,ii-.. 113 Maeteemb
-TTTANTED A CI'iAR PACKEIt ALSO
V three girls to strip tobacco, at Morrison
Si Dolly s.
WANTKD-A ;Xn HEAVY HORSF.
and spring wagon. k.i.u.uire at is1-'
WA NT F t -T il K F. E . ) D C A K 1 K N T H.K.
Apply at shop. 1SH Thirtieth street,
fleonre Hick, contractor.
'ASTF.IJ-A GOOD .IKI. VOlt (JF.XKKAI.
house vork. Uijihi wasci "
Apply -17 Twenty-third street.
t IT A NT ED TO KENT THREK f)I V )ril
uufuriiLsbc'l Steam heat. C n
trolly located. Address "V.. ' A mil s.
"VITA NT ED PtTPIT.S WISHING TO TAKE
T private lessons In dancing can do o by
enquiring at 710 Klf in avenue. J ones.
-lirANTHn-SOI.il.'. TOItS KR TMA. COF-
fee. sti'-cs and extracts. Apply to
Roach Tea company. I'd' Third avenue.
T A NTED GOOD. R ELI AHI.F.OILSA LF.S-
man. on commission orsalary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTFIJ PA RTN V.H IN lNSI'SANCE
business, liood live man. V irst-cla-ss
opening to hustler. Address "C. .," care
" AT A NTKD T WO I "N FURNISH EI) ROOMS
W In private farnilv bv man and wife. N
children. Must be good locality. Address "K."
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECT! R3 AND
solicitors f.r Kock Island. Permanent
positions. fy Mitchell at Lynde building, be
tween 5 and 6 p. m.
Wantkij-uxjai, solicitimj agent
for accident Insurance: one who can de
vote numcient lime to the business to make It
profitable. Address "K H ." Am.t's.
r nted-hon f:st man OU WOMAN
VV to travel for large house. Salary -
monthly and expenses with inerea-e. i'osttion
permanent. Enclose self-addressed stamped
envelope. Secretary, U"u Caxtou building.
ANTED-HONFlvr MAN OR V.O.MAN
l to navel for lar,:c house. Salary
monthly and expenses, with incrcas-. Posi
tion peruianr-nt Kneeee sclr-adilri-ssed
stamped envel),e. President. C'axtou
WANTED HUSTLINi; AOHNTS TO
sell iiur incandescent gasoline lamps.
F.aeb burner produces leo-candie power lght:
a I stores want them: good iii'luciiiicnts to re
li.hle salesmen. 'I he Ohio Illuminating com
pany, jLansIield, Ohio.
f IfA NTED - A :ENTS ' .On w ill Mart you in
v V a lui incss that you can earn Irom Ki to
f .'tni per month, i xpericriCe ncce-snry: ex
clusive right of countv. Write iiuicU for par
ticular!. Novelty Lutlery company, box 1'.'
C anton, O.
"r ANTK.IV Wi 'MI1N TO HIND DRESS
fV t hields at home. Stead', work: d stance
no dlstdvatitage- a.sk your dealer to show you
Knr:i Shields. Kora shields snap oil waist
w ithout sew in?. Send 1" cents for catalogue
work '1 be Kora Slicld company, .-?
liroome street. Ntw Y rk.
lOR KENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
l? Don s store. IMi seciinu avenue.
J quire al :
-TNFrRSISllF.il K' KIMS
m;1 FourtU avenue.
XiOR RENT-LARGE DOWN STAIRS
-T front room, hrsl hoase back of the Union
T.'.iilf HI NT Kl i:M1IKO h.MM WITH
lj all modern conveniences, at X:i'!sTwin-
iR RENT OS E N I 'El. Y FURNISHED
from room: ail ui.Miera conveniences.
111! Furib av dim?.
,WK i;KNT TliKEE FriiNIslli:i) KO'IVS
for lit-'ht tM'UM.'Kecp.hb'. .o end iren.
dress "M A It'.fs olllce.
I.iolt KENT FURNISHED l: M WITH
J allmotle n c .iiveiiienets. to gentlemen
only at III I Second avenue.
T.10R RENT - NICELY FURNISHED
rooms for centiemen. at reasonable
l-iees. Inquire al Isl'J Third avenue.
."W)R RENT-KII:tT Fl.f HI OF TWO-
tirv houst. consist iiv' 'it live rooms.
Kenlfl'i.' lu'iuireat 1 1 10 Third avenue.
-r. m; it v. vt si v itnc M iinrsK. MODFRN
Sc in piot nu nts. central y located. A'l
i!rriill O 'ar',e-. s".i Sixth avenue or
call at Rock Island Public library in eveninir.
OR KENT A T-KOOM M' DFKN HOf'SE
JU I uriiLhed. for six mouths Hest centra;
location. Art lv itumediatelv to l'ly St mi
avenue. Call mornings. References rejiiir
"IOR KENT THREE NICELY FURNIMIEM
A' rooms on trrountl tloor. with pantrv and
back porch suitable for housekeeping. Front
'iitrance uls. Apply at .tti i weniieiu sin-n
XiK KENT AT IJ-J9 SECOND AVENUE
Jj larire rooms, well fuTisbed: tf:is, bath,
steam heat. A tlrst-clas h"me tat'e IU-st
iocatton in the citv. Corner Thirteenth street
utid Second avenue.
VOI! KENT A NINE-ROOM HOUSE ON
.1 l... .,p.... uiwl Tn-plfth iivnut
All modern improvements. Would rent to
taoaninl families tf de-i-ed Imjuire of J. D.
llecehcr. Xo Sertutcenth s-.reet.
XTHiK KENT-3-RtK)M FLAT, FURNISHED
1 ' ,,r unfurnished for liirnt uouseKeepmj-
Hot water, beat and all trodern conveniences.
Residence location. Partus must be respon
Mble. Apply L"Jis Seventh avenue.
TjTOK SALE-A FIKST-ULASS LUNCH
1 . . . - .. .1 ,:v.tir..v AmAv fit ,VtS Tt.irtv-
TOK SAI.H-A HARIVCOAL HKJTFK
J; used one witsnn. reuickkd ttLs year. Ad
tlress -X ' Araus onice.
-l.TOII SALK NINE-ACRE FSUTT FARM
I' All kinds of fruit: kom1 build. ntrs: near
town. A barsram for some one ir taken noon.
Gordon & How man.
1K)R SALK AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
1 farm near town. Vn of foiit. To be
void cheap to settle an estate. Here la a bar
vain cheap for cash. No trade. Gordon A
T7V1R SALE COAL IN ANY QUAST.:
J? of SO bushels or over at SO per ton. de-
tvered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Ieave
orders at Commercial bouse barbershop, Kock
Island, or Enos Junta. Muan.
TTH3R SALE A NF.AT OFFICE CAHINET
X with about ft1 ditTerent slides, iruitab.e for
Milne leifal blanks or any description of papers
In flat form to be kept in i-bape for writimr.
A comp"ehensive Index connected. Just the
ihiiuz for any olllce witn contract,, eio., to
fUe. AddresH. K. C. care of Til ABi.cs
J7K1S SALE ANY ONE WISHING TO
- embark In a Kood pyimr business can do
io ny inTestinrf m no'.isehci.i fjniitu'-e and
tefotni! roon.ers- Can bu tbe furntsbicifs a--d
rrm tiie bouse in runnina "rder. Central 1 ca
tion and all modern convenience. Addrca.
-M. 6J ' Atuiva usee.
Acts gently on the
ClEAn5E5 the System
e. trr LU I UALI.T,
1 UMU PERMANENTLY
P,U THf f.FNUlNt-MAN'FD 6y
. Wf i j rBili- -' . tt Vr
rca iu cit: cru66;ts. r exx sot rtt tatTit.
FOUND A If'INTFJi I'UP. OWNER CAN
have same by cal'dcx at It I. &. P. round
house. FloRSAI.E CHKAl'-A
linro'. In'iu:re al C
i ; X " SINGLE
W. Horfjn s. iiJ-i
JTOR SALE OI TKAT'I A GOOD J FIRS FY
? cow, tr vviil tr---tlc h.-r fitr irood p'atio: ni
si :'- ( npriL'ht i i:mo for sale for t'o. Ad
dress "N " A Hi.cs olllce.
r()T-ON TWENTY-SEVENTH STREF".T
i b-'tween Flit'bt-nnd -a-balf and Ninth ave
nues, a pair of cll spectacles. Finder will
please return to 1 jik A ki;ls ulnce.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MOKT
t'aire loas by W. H Eastman. K1J Sec
ond svenuc. without pubiitv or removal. He
also tn .kes collections- hard ones a specially.
WANTED SITU ATION AS IIOUSE
keeper for one or iwo eltlerly peop'e.
Pe'erencs ;iv n if desired. Party is retind
nM'll-i agrtl. Apply or auilress 1:!H0
Twelfth s reet aid Fourth avenue, Moline.
1VIIKHVKR. 41 YEAR'. YUTXd. HOLIV
t! im.' hi.'h puolii posi'.ioM. wt'rtli f'Wi.otNi.
elciratit new home, w.iiilil marry a sen.-inle
woman, who would appreciate ki::tlntrs. Ail
c!res Kilward." 177 II Fort etli street, Chica
f .LMISTi:V THELMA. THE FGYITIAN
i r ...... 1, it 111 ,,t v .. lull r.'iLi ii:-' t .- wcck:
....n-- I ... ... in.ti ' 1 1 A ...inriilcri t i a 1 v
on all iilj':ct-. of itc lus:i!i"s or loe aiTairs.
I'rflmislrv is a scicn-e iy wuirii ine iat. i'u-v
em and f tit ue -an !e tl. Sal i-.'aet ion uar-
anreed. Par.ors rat scveniecnm street.
W ANTF.D TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
tV raonds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc Highest ca.-,b prices
paid for second hand roods of all kinds also.
The above k"m1s for sale at half tho usual
store prices. Ail busk. ess transactions stri.-tly
eonltdenti 1. Ills new number ar.d location,
Ittil second nven ie. Dou't forget IU J. W
Jones. Two Tints on li!7.
1!K Ylil." SICK- THEGRF.AT MACNimC
healer. Prof Jacoo Rei-er is here with
hcalim.' i.i his hands Cures all ii-e:ises includ-in-
paralvtic nini o-hcr individuals bev- tid Hie
reach of . tiina-v ski. I. All are bcnetlted ai.d
some of tiiem art; marvel. oi-.lv cared by Prof.
K.-iscr s method of magnetic liealinfcr. N,
mcCiciiics used Help for Ml: phvsicia-.s baf
tied the most sceutic.il convinced. No cast-hop-
l-s. 'I'lie lame can be made to walk, the
deaf to hear and the blind to see Con-uil at ion
fr"eat:d s'rictly private Kindly call today.
Oihce and red piion toonis at II- M.nu street.
Davenpt. t. Iowa.
CLAIRVOYANT AND LIFE READER.
TltsTTiE-iANT. LOl'ATKl AT Hi MAIN
-I street. La .iitK.rt. calls . mi bv your
f il naTe. tell ever. t bi itr on want to know.
i! es yo.ir n.i'.her . maiden name, t lis what
you c lied for No 111,1. cy taut n 11n.es- mil Is
tied. Give full ntme of your Iriencs n-mies.
relatives, or avnaiue. Telis y oi:r p:it. trt-sent
li'c. vureTire fi.t- r. and now- to be success
ful 1 . fli b isiiiess. law. love a:Iairv. rrarrl t'-mul
evervltiitic. ill ais tell-how to control ni:d
laseiaaie t ic one you love, or a:.y one sou ad
mire, know or m-;t t. a'ld bo. to h-ive y,:r
wai.t-t anil wishes sansii d. tow 10 live con
tented ami tiaopv the res', of your l:fe. an 1 be
luckv atidjortunatc: how tooylaln he money
viii w ant and wDat you are lu-.i auapi-u ior.
a- il how n over-ome all trouble. All loid
with- u' sk im.' a snile 'luesiiou. .Mrs. He-mit s
preeic.ious are alwas correct, ami never fil
to come true as th usaud- of peopv in eve-r
land can testify. Special ten sio caners tins
week only. A ii busine and transac t -ps strict
ly c ir.titlen'. I 1 Panors so ar unj-'i d you will
meet no ne if so d - ired Con-u t -tions
s ri.-i 1 1 rivate. Free. fre-. fr e. Vdluabie ii
formation you oujrht to know eoncemmtr fe
n:T:ur. of 1 le Pt rma-ent address and fhet
i:t4 MichU'tn avenue. Chi tnito. 111. Now at 412
Main street. Davenport. Iowa.
AND I1KAI.ING Cl"KF:
Easy and i-lVs abt to
e. Ctintaius no it.
It Is quicKiy ftX'
i'l.. . . . .li. fat ATIM
II- ..ran . wA lull0 th NaSal 1 '"tLSSAeRft.
Allays lu-iamniAtioii, Hel5 and 1-n-tects
the Membrane. Hest..re4s the Senses of Tadte
and suieli. Jsr'e &iZ ceuts muic
gisU or by mall. Trial Siie 10 c nt by aail.
ELY HS 'THERS. .v? Warren St. Neil ork.
Asthma and Hay Fever
An mterral renirdv wh?ch strrV?-; at the roo; of tSe
dicaw. a:-.d.vL qaick ru:t. W y Tra vnir n-fiht'ft
JVM brokrr.. or prl up durirt; the flight t stunk.- or
t.rra:te thr fumr v Uirnmi: prff-fa'a:un. hen by the
OVf 0f AI HMAI- vo'i can avo i tl.at ai.royance?
i ire ficm trc!;:i inti in-:n .cut drus, ard iti aerre
with ar'-one. jt:'ii:t on u'irtttd. Red lanwrd
Trd.- Mirkf'p. itKri r ti-. Tale r.o 'uUi'tiite. At
ail drure'". --,"- I Ih::. Vv itu our doiazs zbc-t
THE ASTilMAL CO., Buffalo, N. Y,
sniil it lUhmra i druir store, corner Fourth
avenue and Twentieth street. Call for sampla I
LAKE WAGES RAISED.
Slftteen Thousand Men Working
on Vessels Benefited by
ACTIOS OF THE LAKE CARRIERS.
C lalmed to Have Iteen Taken Kecardles
or the Demand ot tlie EnRlneera and
Threat of a Strike Their Organization
Not Ilecognizrd, but Their Salaries . Fat
l p 30 I'er Cent. Other Employe Get a
lO I'er Cent. Advance.
Cleveland. Sej.it. 'J'i. As a result of
a meeting of tht executive committee
of the I-jike Carriers' association held
yesterday afternoon the wages of near
ly lti.idNi men employed on the vessels
of the great lakes will he raised from
10 to Lt per cent, beginning Oct. 1.
This includes 1!.mm engineers, who de
manded au advance of VJ-Vt per cent,
and threatened to strike should it not
he conceded. Instead of the ViVi IT
cent, asked for by the engineers they
will receive au advance of O per cent.
The advance, as authorized ly the ex
ecutive committee, is as follows: First
and second mates ami lirst and second
ngineers, !! per cent.: alh.other mem
bers of crews, including firemen, wheel
men, lookouts, cooks, dock hands, etc.,
lo per cent.
Itaised the Watce. L.at Month.
On Aug. 15 last the Lake Carriers!
raised the wages of firemen, deck
hands, cooks, wheelmen and lookouts
1U per cent., so that the advance of 10
j,cr cent, made yesterday makes them
a total of L'o per cent, increase since
that date. Members of the Iike ear
ners' association, when their attention
was called to the fact that the en
gineers had been given per cent,
more titan they had demanded, said
that no such demands had been re
ceived from the engineers. The Lake
Carriers' association has never recog
nized the Marine Kngineers' Union.
DIFFERS WITH SCU AFFER.
Tobarco Worker Says Trusts Are Not Ilcn
efirlal to Labor.
Washington. Sept.'Ji;. The industrial
commission yesterday listened to a
statement concerning the operations;
of the Tobacco Workers' International
Union, from YZ. V. Kvans, of Louis
ville. Ky., founder of the order, and
now its secretary and treasurer. He
iiid that about so iter cent, of t lit?
tobacco manufactured in the United
States was produced by the two com
bines known its the American ami Con
tinental Tobacco companies, and he
expressed the opinion that such com
binations were not beneficial to labor.
Kvans said that the women stood
on the same footing as men in the
union, voting and holding office and
drawing the same wages. He consid
ered the" Indifference of the negro to
regular hours or to a systematic scale
of wages the greatest obstacle in
the way of the organization iu the
ltRITISU LAllOK CONDITIONS BAD,
So a Delegate to the I'lymnuth Trade Con-
errs Itepurts Them.
New Yo'-k. Sept. .lames O'Con-
uell. president of the International
Machinists, who had been a delegate
to the Itritish Trade Congress meet
ing, hold in riymouth. Kuglaud. spoke
to the Central Federated Uniou of his
experiences and observations at the
congress and among the working
( lasses in Kngland. He did not have a
high opinion of them, and said he was
glad he was au American and lived iu
the United Suites.
The condition of the Knglish work
inguieu and working children, he said,
was deplorable. He saw the women
going about in clogs, dressed irk, men's
clothes, in blacksmiths' and other
shops, wielding the sledge hammers
with the men. The difference of sex
seemed to be entirely lost sight of.
If anna Sympathy with the Strikers.
Cleveland. Sept. "!. A committee
from the Stnset Kailway Men's uniou
called upon Senator ll.iniia. who is the
president of the Cleveland City Kail
way company, yesterday. The confer
ence was secret. At its conclusion the
men said they had tieen received very
courteously by the senator, who ad
mitted that the strikers on the IJig
Consolidated lines had grievances
which should have been adjusted, anil
which would have beeu adjusted if
they had worked for his company. It
was denied that a demand had been
mail for the recognition of the union
ou the senator's road.
Trouble on Cincinnati Street Lines.
Cincinnati. Sept. Ud. A large meet
ing of street car motormen and con
ductors was convened last night. Tliey
motlified their demands on President
Kilgore so as to make them come not
from the union, but from the railroad
employes, a committee of whom was
apitoluted to present their petition to
Kilgore today with the request that an
answer be given by noon tomorrow.
I Miring yesterday Kilgore refused to
talk to a committee representing tht?
Strike of 'Frisco Hollermakers.
San Francisco. Sept. -'. The boiler
makers in the Fultou & Iiisgon Ireu
works struck yesterday out of sympa
thy for the iKtilersmakers employed on
the United States transports, whohave
demanded for an eight-hour day
and double pay for overtime It is pos
sible that the strike will extend over
the Uniou Iron works unless the strik
ers settle very soon.
Strike I'robablj- -On" at Havana.
Havana. Sept. - Iu spite of the
leaders a general strike today seems
inevitable. The only union that has
not decided to join is the cartmen's
union, but it is expected that the cart
men will go with the rest.
Iowa's Fighting Chaplain.
Pubuqne, la.. Sept. 'jii.-Ufv. James
Hill, of Cascade. I'ubuque county, died
yesterday at the age of 77 years. He
was a Haptist preacher, born iu Kng
land. came to Inibuque in 1KVI and or
ganized several Paptist churches. At
Ihe outbreak of the civil war he or
ganized a company for the Twenty
first Iowa infantry and became its
chaplain. He was known as the light-
lug chaplain throughout the uivision.
Witness Who Testified Strongly for Drey
fas at Rennes.
Paris. Sept. mJ': Captain Freystaet
ter, who was a member of the I trey f us
court martial of ISO-, and who testified
before the court martial at Uennesthat
his original lelief in the guilt of the ac
cused was largely the result of the
reading of the documents of the secret
dossier, communicated to the judges iu
a private room without the knowledge
of Dreyfus or his counsel, has been
appointed a commander of marine in
fantry at Kochefort. in the department
of Charente lnferieure.
IRISH SOCIETIES SNUEBED.
Refused a l'li:? In the Parade They Disap
prove of Koe.
New York. Sept. At a meet
ing of the United Irish societies of
New York yesterday resolutions were
adopted declaring that
"Whereas, a committee of officers
representing the Irish volunteers wait
ed upon Major General lloe. grand
marshal of the parade, and asked and
were refused a place in the parade,
we tak emphatic exception to this ac
tion as invidious, if not hostile, to the
Irish volunteers, and resent tiie unjust
discrimination as depriving the regi
ment of the honor of a position in the
line of march as admirers and fellow
citizens of the hero of Manila, Admiral
MAUDE IS VERY BRIGHT.
Young Woman of Fifteen Infatuated with
an Aputhetxc I'riuter.
Columbus. .. Sept. Maude
Danielson. the l."-year-old heiress of
Granton. N. .L.v.lio ran away from her
uncle's home to see her sweethearts
William Asimus. a young printer here,
and who the police are detaining upon
orders from her uncle, will be sent
home today iu company with an oili
ccr. Her uncle claims that she took ?150
of his money when she left. Young
Asinius was annoyed by the girl's let
ters anil told the authorities of her
whereabouts. Miss Danielson is said
to be one of three heirs to au estate
Nine Fersons Ilailly Ilnrt.
P.oston, Sept. Uti. Nine people were
badly burned, one probably fatally, at
a lire in a lodging house iu the south
end. last night. The following are at
the city hospital: Mrs. Hena Hutler,
who is on the danger list: Miss Sarah
It. Lovelace. Miss Lillian Tyrrell.
Hewitt Lovelace, Waverly Greene and
Chesterfield Stewart. Others burned
are Miss Anna Tyrrel. Unix i t Lovelace
anil Andrew Lovelace.
Hall Knocked Out by Cliornskl.
Louisville. Sept. I'd. Joe Clioynskl.
of California, knocked out Jim Hall, of
Australia, in the third round last night
before the Nonparic! Athletic club sit
Music hall in the presence of some
'J.'iiKl people. Tiie tight was lively
enough while it lasted, with the honors
possibly iu Hall's favor during the first
One Killetl. Two llatlly Hurt.
Ironwood. Mich.. Sept. 11(5. John
Slone. a foreigner employed at the Au
rora initio, was crushed to death. He
was employed in setting iu timber
when a cap worked loose and fell, car
rying three men with it. Slone was in
stantly killed, while William Peters
and John Doney were severely injured.
First Victim of Foot Hall.
Meriih n. Conn.. Sept. Thomas
Kelly, aged 17 years, a member of the
Middletown high school foot ball team,
tlied at the city hospital hist night
from injuries received in a foot ball
game with the Meriden high school
learn last Saturday. He sustained a
concussion of the spine.
Diaz Cannot Come to Chicago.
City of Mexico. Sept. :M. President
Diaz cannot go to Chicago on account
of the illness of Mine. Diaz. He has
appointed Lie lgnacion Mariscal, min
ister of foreign relations, to go as his
A guinea pig farm has beeu started
near Ann Arbor, Mich.
West Pay City, Mich., has two knife
factories which utilize old saws.
Major Itirkhaeuser has njieneil a re
cruiting office at Kau Claire, Wis.
The Tribune office at Clinton ville.
Wis., was partially dcstroyetl by, tire.
Spring lamb i 5003.50.
H:iv Timothy, 17419; wild, I7.50O8.
Bauer Choice to fair, IRo; fresh creamery,
Ke r 12c.
Chickens 7c per pound.
Spring chickens f o.
Ducks Tc per pound
Coal Soft. Idc
Cattle Butchers pay for corn-fed steers
W.isc; cows and heifers, ItfcG.44c; calves,
Hogs X Eo&s-OO.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Cnildren.
The Kin. Yea Hare Always Bought
TANNER MOVES BARS
Governor Exercises His Power to
Pardon Convicts and Com
OITE CULPRIT IS DISAPPOINTED.
(tory of Ills Crime Kxplains Why. Froba
bly State Fair Open in Itainy, Cold
Weather, but 35.O0O Children Atteud
Capital City Illuminated at Night Dan
ville District Mine Tied tp Ly a Strike
of Firemen for F.ight Hours.
Springfield. 111.. Sept. 11'!. Governor
Tanner yesterday granted a pardon to
Jordan Sullivan, who was sentenced at
the September. IS'.ii;. term of the Calla
tin county circuit court to 15 years in
the penitentiary for the murder ef I..
X. Porter, on the ground that fhe hill
ing was in fcclf-defcnso. The governor
commuted to forty-three years the sen-,
tence of Henry Dounell. who was sen
tenced at the May. 177. term of the
DeKalb county circuit court t-j life im
prisonment, for the murder of Oscar
Lund, a jeweler, iu whose employ was
Doniicll as a janitor.
One Co in lit u tat ion Denied.
The governor refused to. commute
the sentence of Klias Mc.IuuUin. sen
tenced to life imprisonment from Ver
million county in October. lS'.KJ. though
the commutation was recommended by
the board of pardons. He assisted Pate
and Starr in robbing the residence of
Henry .1. Helmick. near Danville, anil
l lieu ambushed Helmick and his wife
while the latter were on their way
home from church, and Helmick was
killed by shots tired by Pate and Starr.
These two were hanged.
New Factory for ISelvitlere.
Springfield. Ills.. Sept. '!. The sec
retary of state yesterday licensed the
incorporation of the National Sewing
company, of Pelvidere. with capital
stock of t:tr.0.MMt. and with P.arnabas
Khlredgo. David Patton and William
IL Moore iis incorporators. The object
is stated to be to manufacture anil sell
sewing machines, bicycles and all
COAL MINK FIKEJIO STB1KK.
Itepudi itiiiQ the Contraet Made by the
I'nlted Mine Workers.
Springfield. Ills.. Sept. 2t. The fire
men in all of the coal mines iu the Dan
ville district went out yesterday for an
increase of wages, though the firemen
are not members of the I'nitcd Mine
Workers. They have tied up all of the
mines in the district, throwing U.inm!
union miners out of employment. State
President Hunter, of the I'nitcd Mine
Workers, went to Danville yesterday.
When the scale for the Illinois mines
was fixed last April the firemen were
t'tliliated with the Tinted Mine Work
ers. At that time the wages of toll
men and firemen were lixed at $.":!. ."it
ii month for twelve hours' work, ami a
contract was signed for one year at
that scale. Ilecently the firemen ef
fected a separate organization, with
drew from the I'nitcd Mine Workers,
anil they now demand !fl.7o a day for
eight hours' work.
ISA IN AND COLD WF.ATHKIC
Princ ipal Features of the First Day of the
Springfield. Ills.. Sept. 2d. The state
fair opened yesterday with cold weath
er, and iu the afternoon it rained most
of the time. It was Children's day at
the fair, and about 2."i.O(Ki children
were in attendance. Last night the city
was brilliantly illuminated with rows
of incandescent electric lights on both
sides of the streets in the business por
tions of town, while there were numer
ous beautifully decorated arches
lighted by incandescent lights.
The east front of the state house
facing on Capitol avenue was decor
ated with attractive designs in electric
ity, as was also the front of the execu
tive mansion, while a searchlight from
the slate house cupola threw a light
for several miles. All is in readiness
for the carnival, which commences to
day. All Serene at sr. I'atrick'x.
Pcllevillo. Ills.. Sept. ;. Mass was
said at St. Patrick's church. Last St.
Louis. Sunday morning for the first
time since The beginning of the trou
bles with Iiisliop .laiisscn. The Uev.
James II. 'irk ins, the trustee, was the
Nephew of f.en. I-ognti in Trouble.
Murphysboro. Ills.. Sept. I'd. Thom
as Logan, dr.. nephew of Ceneral John
A. Logan, deceased, while iu il drunk
en condition cut Hen.-y Williams in the
abdomen and on the arms. Williams
is in a very serious condition. Logan is
On account of lajing of cor
ner stone of new Govern
ment Building and fall festiv
ities, Chicago, Oct. 4th to 11th,
The burlinjjton will have on
sale tickets to CHICAGO and
return at a ROUND TKIP
Five Dollars, Selling Oct. 2nd
to 9th inclusive,
With limit for returning to
and including; Oct. 14th.
H. D. Mack, D. P. A.
M. J. TotrxG, Agent.
Phones 2131 and 1180.
For Drunkenness and
Pleawt write us.
4 rt HI.
it u lour, ux.
in U. .. Pi
Canada V A.
The Kind You Have Always
la use for over SO years,
TV-2 , soiial supervision since its infancy
Cii'Z Allow iu one to deceive von in tli:s.
All Counterfeits, Imitations ami ' Just-as-jrood' are but
Experiments that trillo with, and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR! A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Sttothinjr Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, 3iorphino nor other Narcotic
substance. Its a??e is its gruarantee. It destroys AVorins
and alkiys Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Tcethiiisr Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and iiowcls, giving: healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR! A ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CENTaUR COMOANV, TT
BUFFET LIBRARY GARS
Best Dining; Car Service.
E. B. McKOWN.
Hard and Soft Coal.
Corner Fifteenth street and First
T tVT ovtr7tnt We.knefji. Irrerti-
tiun." 1i,er.j"ire ittvci."
to Kirll.t wotn.nu'.u. a.iij.jf tf-
I rorsale by U. F. B abase a, druggist.
Fur Jacket?. feS&i Gloves.
Fur Coats. H -0T Gloves.
Fur Marts. 4ffel
Fur Caps. Gloves.
Work !m''h Glove..
( jZltW&4!i GlovesV
PVVvctf tp'ft,r,f pi or "TIT3II1 ar. eiyaj. -
-t- 1 V-T . kno.o s-ift-rJ t it mvmn "juH
J;. ? vj tum. t'-not Jo bnrm-li! -
W fit''-rirnvr pleatnrt. tit pr rtnm
f a ti B0TT CHEKICaX CO,
Bought, ami wliicli lias Icea
lias borno tlio signature of
lias been made umler liis por-
IWUMV STHCCT. WtW VORN C'TV,
Eiecntor'i Notice. -
Eslute of I-.llun l-jiis. deceaed.
The ur.dtTrsiinef!. huvin? .C'n'irirktaI-.
cxecutorof tlie I ill and te.taTttffiT Of FIWfMr
l-lli-. i:itt' of the county of liork islunil,
state of Illlr:tiis, d'-ci'iisi'd. iicreby Kives notice
tliui be will uppfiir holote Hie iMiutity court of
Kock J si unci county lit the county court room.
In the city of Itock l-l:inil at t-NmrMfrJTpTrp
tenn. on the first Monday lo November next,
at which time ull pi-r-miH h:ivln c)lmn
Kiiii' t v.i Id est:ite are notillcd und r'(ueHted
to attend for the purpose of having the Hume
adjusted. All persons indented to said estate
arc requested to make Immediate payment to
IiatcU this 5th day of Septf n-.berr A.-D.
T. 11. Ki.i.iC"Executor.
Bet ate or August Huesirif, dcceaned.
The undersigned having neen appointed
executrix of the last will and1 testa
ment of Aut-'ust linesinK. late of the
county of ICock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby Klves notice that Mie will
appear before the county court of Rock
It-iabd county at the county court room. In
the ciiy of Kock island, at the November
term, on the first Monday In November next,
at which time all persons having claims against
said estate re notllled and requested to at
tend, for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 21st day of August, A. T. 1H9.
Makia Ilit-i.vi,. Kxecutriz.
Notice of Final Sett lenient.
I-Mate of Thomas Shea, divca ed.
I'ublic notiee Is bcrebv t'lvt.n that the nn
lersc'ncd. I'icrcc K'-iine. hat 'his lav tlleti
bis tin )1 rt-ort iii.d tleni'Tii as ueh iri t he
county court ol l!K-k I .land countv. anil that
an orti-rhas been filtered bv sai'l court approv
ing the said report, unless oi.'-'-'i"ns thereto
or cause lo the trouirar; ne shown on or le
f'ie ihe Hl i!av f .September A l I "W, anil
iiixin the final approvs! r.r iid report the said
I-ierce Keare .il ask for an order of !.
tribui ion. and will also a to be dlseharnetl.
Ail persons interested are no' i!ied to attend.
hock island, lli -ept . I ; IstM.
I'iKic K Kka.sk, fiecutror.
M'jKmar i. McKsikt. Solicitor,
AfllLUAaS'pil I o
m ni w w
A SUP.K KELIElr TO WOMAN for
I'l troub::i peculiar to btr act t-r"Send by
mall or from our Agent. SI.OO per bos.
WILlIAMS KFG. CO., Props.. CLEVELAND, OHIO.
For sale br M P. HabBaen. drug flat.
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