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VOL,. XL.VII. NO. 20I.
ROCK ISLAND. ILIi.. MONDAY. OCTOBER 0. 1899.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
LAID BY McKINLEY.
Nation's President Officiates at I
Chicago's Federal Building
BEFORE AN IMMENSE GATHERING.
SM-relarj of Treasury S. l.ai the
I'mlftlm; omrer anil Mko an Ail-lr-s.
it 4 Hot. rmtmwltr ;eiieritl
t harlrs Kinory Smith A Oraiol Procw
Inn-Ollirr w ly Wire.
Chicago, Oct. '.. Surrounded ly
men who guide the diplomatic rela
tiom of three governments, in the
presence of manv thousands of spec
tators. Pn-t-Uen'. McKinley formally
laid the corner .-.tone of the new fed
eral building in Chicago today. The
streets surrounding the block on
which the new building will stand
were packed from cut l to eurb. and
everv window in the gailv decorated
sk vscrafM-r surrounding the building
was occupied. Shortly before 1 a
roar of cheers from down .Jcksou
boulevard announced the coming of
1're-ideni McKinlev and party. A
pcrlcct nun u-.'ire i cneers grceion
t he uresident as he was escorted to
the dais, at the side of which the
corner stone was suspended ready
f.r the ceremony. Judge ('.. C Kohl
saat introduced Secretary of the Treas
ury I... S. i ige as presiding oflicer.
He' made a brief address to t lie effect
that we are following the universal
custom of all time iti the erection of a
ninf nilicetit monument by which the
fut me would know what manner f
people we are. Then I'ost mailer o-i:-eral
Charles I'morv Smith delivered an
a'ldress reciting the facts of our mar
velous progress for the past :', years,
ami predicting its continuation. Then
the president amid a roar of applause
threw a trowel full of mortar on the
base, and the workmen lowered the
corner stone into place. Senator W.
li .Mason, of Illinois, delivered an ad
dress in lielmlf of the city, and the
presidential pirtv proceeded to the
I'nioti League club for luncheon.
The (irmt I'arnflf.
The military, naval and civic parade
this afternoon ws reviewed hy I'resi
dent McKinley. loti rrnacio Alariscal.
minister of foreign affairs of Mexico,
rremier I.aurier, of Canada. and
ot her disti iignishcd guests of the city.
The line- of march was jammed with
spectator. Cell. Wesley M. Merritt
was chief mirshal. The line included
President McKinley and cabinet olli
cers. Minister M.iriseal. of Mexico;
Premier I.aurier. of Canada, and (lens.
Wade and Anderson, judges of the
Crt'ited States supreme court. I'uited
States senators ami representatives,
lotvcrnors ami other noted ollicials.
( I rand Army of the Republic and
'oiife derate " Veterans, military and
naval veterans, of the Spanish Amer
ican war: and the 1st. 2d and 7th reg
iments of the Illinois National (iilard,
a bitterv of the .It h I'uited States
artillery." the Illinois naval militia,
two brkr.idcs of the I'niform Kank.
Knights of Pvthins. the Cook
County lVmocratie and Cook County
Republican Marching clubs, ami vari
ous civic societies', postollice em
ploves. local labor organizations, and
the lire depart ment.
Otlur Kvrnta in Chicago.
"i.ic.-iiro. o. f. ;. Today is "Cliicnjro
1 tin- :i ii i : ersary ot the si-cat tire.
it is the liiu. st day ! the ChicaiM
festival. The i iil'l.e! -stone of the post
f 1 1 . about which I here was so n i I.
tiotiMe wi'li union labor. asiluly laid
liiis mornim: by tin- pieidciil of the
l iiiieil Slates. who lial be n made an
Hath a Puddle.
The paddle in the path
nay of most lives is a de
fective circulation due to a
blood supply that instead of
growing clear and strong like
z mountain brook, is stagnant
and impure. Puddles may be
purified, however, and be
come limpid streams. That
is 'what Hood's Sarsaparilla.
does 'with human blood. It
c'.-.H'ies. pwtf-.es And strengthens the
t:.J. And n'hen this is Accoirlishcd the
-.tulorgjir.s. li-if. lungs, kidneys, bczvels.
j-c- All brAced And irrvigoTAicd.
Asthma "Four boliUs cf H.wTs
SA'fArAlU gAt-c me pe'mAnent rehef
1 ASthmA. Aid J hA f.AJ r.o fsotlAT
srtness cf SreAin si .si
G. L..e. VicniA. Ca.
Pimples " use- to troubled u.txh
ruUiA And pir-.plcs: a friend Adiised me
to Ukc HmTs SArsAFArHlA. I hAie been
free er siice." U'- StcvuArt. o05 Myrtle
Ai-e.. Bocklyn. A1 Y.
Worn Out Feeling "I decided to
iAke Hood" s SArsAPArUlA for A tvorn out
fec'irc. Aid a fcaf bottles relte-itd me en- '
tfely Aid nov I Am Able to aork a greAt
c'caI." K::ty Allen. MAdison. Rak.
ll.l . fill, rure liTrr tv,r ; the urn Irritating
o.iiT .I'unir t. tk with" Hi.l " Smrtmnila.
That "sea 1 1
" Lauds should
CHICAGO FESTIVAL ART.
have nothing to do wit!, the prepara
tion or laying of the stone, which had
itself bed. I T "J :l I 1 !.!! a l.lnck of
limotono l.y union labor, takiim th-pl.-n
i of the trraui'e Hut k prepared by
tf -- contractor. To st:ll turther em
phasize li e unto!: labor character of
the stone .Ittilu- Christ: ti C. Kohlsaat
aii'l Postmaster I'haiies I. iSordoit
weie Satin ilay admittol to boimrary
i: .etiibei-ship in t!ie Stonec utters' union
and I.clpeil to ill" he block.
I.Mvinie "t tlie Corner Sit mie.
The president was li iven to the sire
of the new pos'olfice biiildiu at !t:.';o a.
in At the time there was an enormous
i ii.w.l in the si rcei en v i ron i n thecor
i:' i where th" stole- w.-is laid. TiiP
nr. iileiit when the stone had been
sw -uti -T into its place tool; a nohleli '
trowel ami spreading the mortar I
tap) ed the stoic'' witli the trowel as if
sen lei I into place and declared it w-'.l
and truly laid. As he lid so u na
tional salute 'forty live cmisi whs tired J
by battery I . First le-iiuetit of at til-
lory. Illinois National Cuard. on the
Lake Front paik oi)osite .'acksou J
lioMlevatd. while the immense con- !
colllse of people cheeled i mii'hty
cheer, repeated over and over asiaiu I
!'rei(l-nr lview. m I'ararle.
After the ceremonies at the building
were eoni liidcil the pri-sident was es
corted to the Fnioii l.camie club house
pi across Jackson street and whs uiv-
en a lunclieoii in company with all the1
disTini:uis!ie. niie?'s ,,f the city. At 1
p. m. lie- e:in, military parade betan.
and as these wolds are written the
boom of the irtm that starts the parade
is heard and the tramp of thousands
begins. The column moves from Twen-fy-snoiil
street north in Michigan ae.
tine to Uainlo'.pli stet. west in Stare
sti'ct. south to Atlunis s'ret-t. vi'St (o
Iiearborn street, noitii t- Randolph
street, west to l.aSalle slicet. south In
Adams street, west to Market stree'.
south to Jackson boulevard uu t cast
past the rexiewinu stand.
Will Be llpvlrnil by the I're.iflont.
The column will lie rcoieved bv the
presideut I'll en a stand on the new tov-
el lllnetil building oil Jackson boille-j
vard. midway between Clark ami Ilea r-Im.i-ii
streets. After passing tin- re
viewing s'and tic column will proceed
ast to State street, south in Stale
street to Harrison street, enst in Har
rison sireet to Michigan avenue, and
i lu-re will be dismissed by the division
marshals. The parade is in nine divis
ions, the first beitiir composed of the
list :ii;;uishcd quests and their escorts.
the soi oinl of : it iiI Army posts, the
third of the na:il con' indent, fourth of
llh'iois National Cuard. fifth K. o
P I iiii' irin Rank. sit!i of s.-ini-military
i lleco a n I other organiza
tion. s.Miitii e postal employes,
eighth of or-iiiizec labor, and ninth of
th" Hie ilcpartm.-i:t. It will In late tills
afternoon before ii disbands.
ACICIVtl. UK TIIK CITVS l.t KsTS
l'r..:il.it I-Kin1fy. Mexico Vice
ili-iit unl ( nnaiU'i t'retnlrr.
Chicago. Oct. '.'.--Tlie celebration of
the Chicago aiitnnui fcstiv.al licjian in
earnest Saturday uii:ht with the ar
rial of President NKKinley aud the
i.iemlxrs of his cabinet. Vive Presi
I'cnt Maiiscal. of Mexico, ami party,
and Sir Wilfrid I.aurier. premier of
Canada, with other Canadian notables.
Sal unlay nicht also the first of the
st l ies oi parades and banquets w er.
held. as el'oW ds cMIln -atcd iu the
handsomely de.otatcd and biilliautly
illuminated court of honor. .-Mid ali.nu
the line of man I. iu the dowu-lown
sireets. and the d I.-1 i !m ui s'.icd visitors
V.ere '-i,-o ovations whenever sighted.
OUe of the features of the tliirlltS
celcl'ia ; iotj was the bicycle procession.
Over T.oo" uniformed wheelmen witii
their wheels paraded over the down
town streets. The parade was to have
I cell reviewed by President McKinley.
but on account of the lateness of the
Lour at whi.-h the Maniuctte club's
1 atnpict was concluded this was im
possible. Cn-at interest was taken m
'the armal of the Mexican dignitaries.
ilovernnr Tanner's party left Sprina
t:.i Id at ! o'clock Saturday innrnin.'.
' t.-l strit.-. Marshal Johii C. Amos.
Ii prescutiuj the Chicago i-ommittee.
n c; the governor's party at the station
titid ortcred his services as an escort.
He accou.paiiii-d the governor to Chi-
j i a jz and acted in conjunct ion with
j the local comiiiiyee dnruii: the ni-op-
t on i:ieii the visitor noon their ar
i lival in Chii-acv The iroveruor mot
' Marisea! at C!::iiiip.ii.:ti and scorted
' I.im to this city.
t Sir Wilfrid l.aurh r. premier of Can
. ada. and i-arty arrtv.il in Chicago late
I Saturday r. i:iit and a warm welcome
both official and uni.rfii.ial was teii
:!i red tliedistiniruisln-d quests at I :'.r-
statioii. The distinguished party
was nut at the station :v i uairman
liotilon and T. It P.ryan Two lines
of policemen k.pt the la rye crowds
back, and when the ciests and the rc--i
p'ion cotiiin:'!.-,. i.ad entered their
carriages they w.-n- escorted to the Au
ditorium Annex by the First P.lino-s
I cavalry csioit a:i i the l'n;?c ! Siat
. ban I '
The most iuitxrtnat fuDitioa yester-
any was a ro!r.Ooiis ope union relizt
ous services at the Auditorium. Th
bnildin-; was packed from pit to dom
"ind an', impressive patriotic and
reliuiouM service was el veil, much of th?"
programme bein musical. In the after
noon there was a children's meetin;;.
also iu the Auditorium, of a simi
lar character. I Hiring the mornins
there were special services in all t.e
At the childrens" services in the aft
ernoon the president in response to
cheers arose and said: '"I do not like
to interrupt the siniiin of an Ameii
!! hymn by n.akinu a sieech. I cau
only express to you the very treat sat
isfaction it i to me to witness this
ina-riiiiii-eut demonstration of patriot
ism and love of Uod." Later the presi
dent paid a visit to tjuinti chapel col
ons! and said: The noblest sentiment
Of the human heart after love of "Jod
is love of country, and that includes
love of home. Your race has
demonstrated its patriotism by its sac
rifice its love of the tia by dyiinr for
it. That is the area test test of fidelity
and loyalty. The nation has appre
ciated the valor and patriotism of the
black man of the Fnifed States. "
MAKOIKTTK CLl I IHNNKK.
Three Thons.-ind Five II ml red Men at the
Chicairo. Oct. :.- Thirty-tive hundred
men L'-lthcrcd aiomid ihe tables iu the
;:reat banipiet hall of tie- Auditorium
last niijht at the annual bamniet of the
Manpn tte i lub. Tie- uest of honor
was President McKinley. who sat at a
laiscd table on the eat side of tln lclll.
on tin- ii ! 1 1 of Presiih-nt McKinley
s.M Al'hbisliop Ireland, of St. Paul,
others at the lable were Secretary of
the Treasury t;ai:e. Attorney Cemr.-l
; rifles. Postmaster loueral Smith.
Secretary Hay. other members .f the
presidential party and ottieei s of tlin
Mariiiiett,. club. After the ilitiint; came
the speakers. Arclihisbop Ireland be-
ginniu- for the quests. Sectetaiy of !
War Koot made the most extended '
speech, it was a ilcicnse ot the expan
sion policy, and every sentiment iu fa
x or of that policy w as loudly ap
plauded. The dub is a Kepublicau organiza
tion, it may be noted. Seiiaior Fair
banks, of Indiana, also sjmke. and
lii'ii the chairman announced that
the president would speak there were
vociferous cheers. This is what
President McKinley said: "I will not
interrupt the orderly progress of the
pioramme which has been laid befme
ymi and lo which I must insist that
your chairman adhere. I rise only at
this moment to express my warm ap
preciation of the affectionate saluta
t!i'ii of the Manpiette club and to say
that I reciprocate It with all my lkenrt.
"We are not strangers. This scene
lu re tonight is not altogether unfami
liar to me. I stood before you once
before, now more than three years oil',
yo'ir honored guest, and I have for
yo'i all here tonight only most gnue-ii-l
recollection ami unstinted grati
tude. Ymi have not only been my
friends, faithful and unfaltering at ail
times, but what is of more moment,
and what" is much nobler, ymi have
been at all times faithful to your coun
try, faithful to tin- inviolability of pub
he faith, standing always for honest
government and honest money and
forever standing for the integrity of
the l'ag wherever it blows, carried by
our soldiers or our sailors, on land or
On resuming his sent the presidert
was again the recipient of a sirong
Others speakers were James K.
I'.ovd and Judg- Hiiwl.uiil J. Hamlin,
n 'id it was well on in the early morn
ing when the speaking clime to a close.
I.Al l!l Ill's It KM A it K IN K.VJL1SU.
CanadlMii Premier Takes Issue with Su
preme Court .lustice Harlan.
Chicago. Oct. '.. Sir Wilfrid I.aurier
premier of the liominioii of Canada,
was welcomed iu the name of th-FieiK-h-Caiiadiansof
Chicago at Stude
bakcr hall yesterday by an audience of
more than '. mi. Immediately aft
the close of Sir Wi'frid's address.
which was delivered iii l-Ycm-h
in the audience arose, asked tin
or to say something in Knglish. T-i
response to this reipiost the premie
spoke as follows: "I would readily
comply with this reipiest. but for o'l
reason. Iu January last I was in the
city of Washington. Whi'e
in Washington I attended I
demonstration cry much of the rli-
j actor of the preseut one. I heard o.
oi tile justices oi tie- supreme colli
slat- that the American system of pi'--eminent
was superior to all ot!i"i- sys
tems. Iiecause it was government bv
"Let tne say that I'm a Canadian
Pin a British subject. I've great ad
miration for the American eonstituti -n
and systeii"; id' government, but this
ft free country, where liberty of spec a
prevails. Therefore, if I had had thi
pleasure of being able to sjw-ak n:v
mind. I would have told Justice Ila.'
hill for be w.is the justice to whom I
refer that the Piitish system of gov
ernment is superior to tin- Aim-ri
But as has already lxi-n said. Ameri
cans an- governed by law: tint b.-i:'
so we must obey the law. and the la w
today is that Fin not to speak in th"
Knglish language, but to speak it to
morrow." S-ot Wins Iaiy Leiler.
New York. Oct. ;. Information if
received from Calcutta to the effect
that the engagement of Miss Iiaisy
l.eiter. sister of Iuly Curzon. to Major
Colin Campbell, of the Lorse guards,
has been announced.
Mck Voonc Not In Krllrr.
Washington. o.-t. !.- There is not the
Slightest foundation for the publish. wj
rcMrt of the retirement of President
T-'ick Young, of tlie National Base Ball
League. Young never has intimated
to any one auy intention to retire and
has not entertaiiuil any such purpose.
He is at a loss to know how the report
In an altercation at Keutou. O.. re
sulting from a dispute over politic.-
Samuel Kwing. an aged aud respifteU
farmer -of Silver Creek, w as killed by
OUR FORCES ADVANCE
Filipino Insurgents Run Out of a
Lot More Territory Near
AMERICAN OFFICER FATALLY HURT
Innrc-nt Have a Number Kilted anil
I.ohe No Tim Getting Out of the 'Way
Transvaal Situation Seeins More Suggec
live of Early War British Reserve
Called Out anil Parliament to Assemble
Military Preparation Is Booming
lioers Get Closer to the Border.
Manila, Oct. 'J. The insurgents at
tacked the 25th infantry near Laloma
church four miles from the heart of
the city this afternoon and were driv
en ofT after an hour's en japjeitient.
One American was wounded.
Manila. Oct. 1 ;'. a. in. The ad-
a m-e upon San Francisco lie Ma la boil
is continuing. tlclieral Schwan's ad
v a nee guard entered Kosario this
morning with slight resistance.
N'oveleta. Island of I.tlZoll, Oct. S.
:i:!"i p m. Ceiieral Schwan's loliuun.
onsisting of tin- Thirteenth infant r.v.
n battalion of, the Fourteenth, two
troops of cavairv. C.-ipiain Ueilly's bat
leiy of the Fifth artillery and I.owe's
sciiits. advanced from P.acoor this
morning and occupied Cavite icjoainl
Novcleia. The American l.ws was
thri-e otticeis and nine privates
wounded, one cf the officers ileitis
mortally hurt. The loss of the enemy
is nrikiinnii. but tlie bodies of three
Filipinos wore seen. There were two
sharp lights near .'ovelet.-l. I.owe's
senilis t:rst encoiini cred the enemy
l!".ir Cavite Viejo and soon put them
to flight, coniiiiuing their advance.
l ight lnsle.l Ilnlfan Hour.
Captain Saft'ord's battalion of tlio
Thirteenth reginu-nt. witli two coin-
I panics oi ihe I oiirieciitu and a num
ber of Tagalo scouts: Captain Me
Craih. comm.'iiidiug the troops from
the f ourth cavalry, mid Captain Kcii
ly's battery, came npoii the enemy in a
strongly entrenched position on the
mad between Cavite Viejo and Novel
eta. A tight lasting half an hour fol
lowed, result 'tig iu the enemy br ing
driven hack. The American forces sus
tained considerable losses in this en
gavenicnt. the men lieing shot from
Irilichcs and shacks along the road.
The column then pressed on to Novcl
ita. w hich l hey found deserted.
Marines C:i(!t.'i-e tlie Kwrts.
The marines and naval forces co-op-si
era ted with Ihe troops. The gunboats
; Wheeling. Petrel and C.-illao lay off the
j shore near Noveleta and threw shells
into mat town aim Miiit;t ruz lor an
hour, preparing ihe way for the m
lines to land. 1 wo h-iiialions consist
ing of I ."mi marines, under Colonel K!
liott. iidvancii along tiie , pcninsul:
lToiij 'a vile to Novcleta. The only
way was oy a narrow road liiroitgii
swiuaps. but the enemy retreated as
our men adv.-itu ed to strong sand forts
across the creek dividing the peninsula
destroying the bridge across i h.
stream. i lie marines lorded the fiver
in water to their shoulders and carriei
Ilie lolls, meeting with lceble resist
Four Wounded fn a Itrisk Figlil.
Captain Cow h-s' battalion of the
Fourth infantry while rccop.noiteriiig
today found a body of several hundrcii
insurgents near San Nicolas. After
brisk tight. lasting t lireo quarters ot an
hour, tlie enemy was driven otT. In Ihl
engagement the Ainei ic-i n casual! ie
wero four men slightly wounileil. Six
of the enemy were killed, but the num
ber of wounded is not known..
SKNDS (IIT TIIE CALL TO AlCMS,
Mar I're;inratians Going on In Knijlaiid
W illi Great ICspiillly and System
London. Oct. !. Whatever uiav bn
the result of Creat Britain's contro
versy with the South African Kepub
lic every department of the govern
ment is as busy as though actual hos
tilities had begun. The electric flash
Mliat announced ihe mobilization of Ihe
army reserves and the summoning of
I Iiti ili-i III. .lit fielii.-l, ii-. i .,.,...... I s:...
I - .- "inn i n .-.ii-
iirdayi set every wheel of the govern
ment machinery in motion. An hoiir
al'ler the Cn'.elto appeared executive
orders were being dispatehed from tho
war oltice to every section of the king
dom, and the Ih.immi bulletins which ap
peared posted throughout the country
yesterday are said to have lui-n iden
tical with the proclamation prepared
I lor use had the I- a slim la incident rc-
Iipiired siieii a step.
At the saiii.i time Salisbury and P.al-
four were issuing tlie necessary orders
'for ihe reassembling of parliament on
the Kth inst..
atiu tlie admiralty wasj
its transports, twenty
are n,w secured at Liv
So complete were the
four of w hi h
dpi ml alone.
preparations that ."i.'tm reserves have
I already individually reeeiv! coupon
tickets which contain instructions
where cadi man shall report for rail
way transportation in ihe p'.k e desig
nated, and a money order f(Jr ."."hillings
for provisions en route.
The most iinimrtant m ws from
South Afri.-a comes from Mafeking.
where twice on Saturday the British
camp was aroused, the men stood to
their arms, guns were Iitnln-red and
patrols wen- dispatched iu the direc
tion of the lioriier. No hostilities have
occurred as yet. but the enemy lias
moved practically to the Uirder. eight
miles from Mafeking. in force esti
mated as at least ti.iHMi. comprising live
commandoes. The garrisoning ami for
lifving of the town are practically i-om-pleiiil.
The streets are tkirticaded
and a is-rfii-t system of mm. s lias Ih cii
laid. Two armored trains li .e arrived
at .Mafeking. consisting of Uin- bullet
proof ears, the first of whieh carries a
searchlight, while the sidin of tfie oth
er cars are loopholed. Iacb train h
I IHE LONDON
oniplete in itscif ami carries its own
London. Oct. !. The correspondent
of The Times at Lobatsi telegraphs:
"I crossed ihe border incognito lo near
Matching nmr wenl among the Boers
and talked to them in their own lan
guage. They said: -We do not in
tend o attack lirst. but will attack the
F.rilisti if war is declared. We do not
ti-'.st Joubelt. He wants peace. Vil
Joen will be betier.' They do nor
dream of defeat. One said: "This
time right into Cape Town and the
Fnglish into the sea.'"
ICelease of Spnnisli Prisoners.
Madrid. 0--f. It. It is announced here
t'lat the Filipino government has given
lull powers to Aguinaldo to treat lor
the release of the Spanish prisoner
l.i.w held by tin- ihsiirgonis.
SHAMROCK WOULD HAVE WON.
IT the Kai-e SatmiMv IIhiI Keen I in lulled
Wliere It Sloieil.
New York. Oct. :.- Following is the
Of!i-ii time of the race Saturday be
tween the Columbia and Shamrock,
when it was called ofl after sjijlim;
I went v five miles of the Iniit.v in the
course: Start Cobimbia. ll.'JlOL';
Shamrock. ll i'i:!'.i. Finish - Colum
bia. I:.".1:"H: Shamrock. 1 '.l:!o. lllapsp.I
t ime - Columbia. r, u!i; Shamrock.
.":0!i Corrected time I'olnmbia.
.1 o::r,s.; Shamrock. ":i:i p; According
to this Shan, rock would have won by
S'Ven siM-olids actual linn- and by
t eli' seconds collected l ine, snppos
i!'g. of course, tha' the 'olumbia al-li'WI-d
her live seconds for t vetity-five
t. dies, instead of ti..- s;, si con. is 1-l'-wed
for t hii ty mi l s.
After three trial- 'h eviei-is are
about as much iny-iiiiei a- li'-y wre
the beginning cori.-erni the merits
of the two boats. Not him: but a ii:ni!i
i; g whole-sail lni (., will i " nisji a
Hue test. Saturday, as on ;i,e two pre
vents days, tin- coin -e was laid fifteen
i iles dead before i he w ind mid return,
.-i evenly mati i.e. i were the racers
i at they rounded tin- i.iit'i mark id
l :ost m ck and me!; and finished after
a three hour thresh to windward with
Co Columbia's i,o-e half a length in
f:olit and in the weather position, but
so lose to t!,.. Shamrock 'la! the
iiadow of the Shamrock's sads was
s ! Ilo I let led ML!! il'st I ! e Y a II k ee" s a 11 va s.
A'"ti r Tliurd.i v n.-t it has been n urf-ed
to sell evi-rv dav.
BROOKLYN HAS IT SURE.
f'tse Hiilt I'ennant Goe to the Iti iilsronui
Chicago. Oct. It. Saturday's League
I a so ball scores wore: At Brooklyn
New York 1'. Brooklyn Fl: at Pittsburz
Cleveland Pittsburg !:: at Bal'i-
n. ore Washington j.
Ba Iti more 2: at
s villi- L'. 'ini in
St . Loui s- C:n-
: at Cincinnati Loui
nati -I. 'Sundavi At
St. Louis v: i.
1. St. Lmiis 1-
at Chicago Cleveland . Chicago 1:5:
isei-oml gamei Louisville .". Chicago T.
Played. Won. Lost. P. C
Brooklyn 14J C.
Boston Hi; !' :,l .iu",o
Philadelphia ...Ai'l M .V. .CJ.'S
iticinuati nr. v .v. .i;i::
P.:iltii:?i,re iu M 7.x .":rj
St. Louis l.V v; i;
Pittsburg 1 J7 77, 7J ..".lo
Ciiicago l ;; TI - .Tsi7
Louisville Hy T-'i 7i .4
The Old Way,
When a man wanted a really fine suit or an
overcoat, was for him to go to a merchant tail
or of reputation, who. for about the price a
distinguished specialist charges for a delicate
operation, would furnish him with garments
irreproachable in style, quality and fit. He
was pretty sure of satisfaction, but it came
The New Way,
Is to step into a store where L. Adler, IJros. &
Co.'s clothing is sold and pay a reasonable
price for a suit or an overcoat that the swell
tailor can not duplicate for double the money.
As exclusive agents in Rock Island for L. Ad
ler, Bros. & Co., we cordially invite you to in
spect their latest styles.
San Francisco. Oct. !. One of the
boldest rol.iieries which has ever oc
curred iii this city was accomplished
in broad light of Saturday afternoon at
the corner of Market and Brook
si reels, when .sOni in gold was taken
from a I'nited States paymaster's wag
on. Tin- robber had the appearance of be
ing a working man. eeetives are
scouring the city for him. It is thought
there will lie no possibility of his es
cape, as the description of the thief is
perfect and no lime was losi in report
ing the loss.
Tin- stolen money belonged to Cap
fain John Baruson. superintendent of
the govertiniFiit transport dock, and
was iu a sack which was taken from
the buggy by a man who jumped on
behind while the street was crowded
with people watching the yacht bttlle
Mighty If linter Seek a License.
Madison. W is.. Oct. . - Then will he
a mighty hunter iu the Wisconsin
Woods this f:ill if the description of
himself which K. I'. Him-I.am. of Chi
cairo. setids to the secretary of state in
his application for a hunter's license
is true. He makes a tli l:i it that he is
S feet :i inches tall, weighs mi pounds
and is :;i years old. He got his license.
Senator Hoar arried at
Kuropo on the sieamer
Liverpool Sa t unlay.
'The iiiijinil against the P.ig Consoli
dated Street Bailway system at leve
laiul. O.. ha - been hired off.
A boycoi i resolution! against Sunday
newspapers has been adopted' by the
Kvangi-Vi'-al association in session at
tileou Wilhelli ma. of the Nether
lands, in in pa v led by tin- ipn-cn's
mother, is visiting Kmperot- William at
Lx-IJcpi esciitat i vc and ex-Fostinas-tcr
lieiieral William L. Wilson. Is very
dangerously ill with a chroiiionfl'eetion
of tie- lungs.
Ben K. Jacobs, aged 'J.. s'lot twice
and fatallv woiitided his cousin. Miss
Mamie Jacobs, then killed himself, at
John L. Whitehead, controller of
tin- Atohisi.fi. Topeka and Santa Fe
I.'atlway i-oiiiiany. c I i I Saturday at
New York, aged liJ years.
Kx-Viee I'resident Adlai K. Steven
son, of Illinois, ilelivi-ri-d an address
before tie- Illinois Society at the fair
grounds. Hallas. Tex.. Saturday.
Adam Bach, a prominent business
man of NewMri. Ark., and Claude N.
Jones, of Louisville, were drowned lu
Ik-rg'-n lake, near Newport, Ark., Sat
urday. t'ort j Drowned hy Flooils.
London, Oct. 'J. A Naples upeeial
ava 40 n-rsoni were drowned by
Hooil.'i following severe rains in the
province of .Salerno.
"Doing nothing is doing ill." Im
pure blood neglected will lecoiue a
serions matter. Take Hood's Sarsa
rnmlla at once find avoid, the ill.
New line just re
ceived. A pleas
ing line at pleas-
' ing prices. Every
couch a new one,
Values that you
cannot afford to
Davenport Furniture and
324 S2S, S?8 Bradj St.. Uavenpr.it.