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THE AEGTJSe MONDAY, ATTGTJST 20. 1900.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND A
Oa R&!lwn.v Tlelf eta
can be purenasea or naggage
checked alK-1. &. P. Twentieth
street depot, or C, B. L t P.
Aenot. corner Fifth avenue and
Thirty -cm street. Frank H Piummcr, Agent.
rUtntroi- T.lrr'tfd JfcOrr.aha... 3:10 Utl 3
Ft. Worth. Denver &K.C.. T 5:05 am10:
Minneapolis S:S0 tin" i:
Omaha and lies Moines am til
iOmaba Minneapolis !2:05 am; 3:
Orrjaba & Lincoln Ki.
IDenver, L;tco;n & Omaha. 11:55 pmi 6
Denver. Lincoln & Omaha.. 3:05 amit 3
Des Moines Kxpress :12:10 m f
Ro?U Iaiar.d & Bureau Ac. 4:30 pm :
St. Paul U Minneapolis 3:05 am, k
Denver. Ft. Worth & K C. 5:i) am -10:
Kansas Citv.St Joe Dnvr ll:10 pm'
IRock Island 4. WasbinKton 'llt-Vi pm 3
Chicago t Des Moines... 2:15 pm I 3:
Rock Island & Brooklyn Ac 5:35 pm;t 7:
JOrnaha & Kock Island... . 8:35 pmj
iChlcapo. & Davenport I It 7:
Arrival. Departure. JDaUy. except Sun
Da!.y except Saturday. AJ others dUy. Tel
TJOCK ISLAND A PEORIA
-"Knllway Depot First ave
nue and Twentleta street. IA.
A. Patterson. General Passen
ger Agent. Pa.-enger trains
leave C. R I. & P. (Mo
Use. avenue) depot five )
- mlnites earlier than time
given. E. L. Goff, Agent.
Epr gKeld, Cinoinna-.l, Peo
ria, etc '1030 pm
Peoria. SprtagCeld, St. L.
la. etc :05 am 8:33 pm
Peoria Kxpress 7:35 pm
Peoria, Spr.ngt.eld, Cincin
nati 1:45 pm 11:15 am
Cable Accommodation 6:iX) am
Cab it Sherrard Accom. . 4:50 pm
Cable & Sherrard Acc im. . 8:40 am 2:J0 pm
Cable & Sherrard Accorn. 3:3n pml 7:55 urn
Trains marked dally: ail other trains dally
VST. PAUL railway Ka
clne li Souto western Division
Depot Twcntlcrn street,
between First and Second
venues. W. W. Breckin
1 KAI I K.AVE I AHHlfl
Mall and Kxp'rens ; 7 jti am( li:.t am
Ft. Paul Kxpress 7:15 pm. n.5S pm
Freight ar.rl arcom " Pn 1U.3Q am
All trains daily except Sunday. Train
leaving at 7:15 p m. carries through sleeper,
arriving at St. Paul 7:45 a. m and Minneapolis
at 8:20 a. m.
T URLINGTON ROUTE C,
JH. A Q RAILWAY Depot
F'rst avenue and Sixteenth
M. J. YOUNfJ,
St. L. Sprlngiloid. Peoria.'
Bur. Quln via Monmouth 6:65 am 7:15 pm
Chlcar. Sterling Clinton &
Dubuque. t 7:45 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria. BearCstown. Bur
Hngton. I.-nv-r ar.d west 2 40 pm'll:58 am
St. Pa-il Minneapolis 7:50 pm' C:I5 am
Sterling. .'llnton fc Dubuque 7:50 pinlt 8:40 am
Bt. L., Kans C, Denver &
Pac. coast vl:i(;a;et.lurg. 7:15 pmi 8:55 am
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
T,AVKNPO!tT. KOCK ISL
and A Northwestern rail
way (-The Trl rity K'.ute. ")
Piks-scnger station at iiock
I-uaiid i. Peori i depot foot of
Twentieth street. L. F. Ber
ry. G. !' A , Duvenport.
Iowa. C ity ticket odlce, l-'l
Second Avxnue. Geo. W.
LEAVE I AHHIVI
Clinton. Sterling. Chicago H:00 am
Clinton, t nlcau-o. mnaha.l
Denver. Kockiord. Janes-I
vlUe. Madison (leave Dav-
Clinton. Chicago. Dixon
Sterling far I venport i.
Clinton. i rciih slo-ixCity.
1'tah and Pai-iflJ Coabt
Clinton. Stc lu g. l'lxon.
Chicago. Cedar Rapids.
i iaiuun J
v'.lle. Martisi.n. KocKford.
Clinton. Denver. Umaha.
Trains in irked
dally. All others.dally ex-
Best Dining Car Service.
Davenport, Rock Island
Tri City Route, short line be
tween Tri-Cities, Chicago,
Clinton anil all points via
the C, & N. W. tailwav.
PEPAKT FH 'SI B.X-K ISLAND
No ! D Clinton. Sterl:ng. Dixon, Chi
cago, iu g.-CW a m
No. 4 B Siar from Davenport) Clin
ton. Oatha.Net.: Denver Coi.; Chi
cago. Bdv.tlere. Kockford. IU :
Janel.!e Wis . and Madison. Wis . 12:05 p m
No. 6 D-CI:nton. !-ieri:r.g. Dij--n. C hi
cago. 11: Cedjr Kpids and Ana
itiw. hii 3:25 p m
No c B CUcion: liaha. Nef : S:oux
Citv. Iowa: Utah and Pac:sc Coast
Point. 7:15 p m
AHBITE AT ROCK I5LASCD.
yo. 1 D Sioux City and Omaha. Neb.:
CLnton 7:45 p m
No. 3 D Chicago. 1U.: Madison and i
JaneavMe. Wis : Kockford. Ielvi-
dere. 1U : Clinton j 5 p rn '
No 5 ii Chicago. Dixon, terlinn, Ui.;
Denver. Col.: tr. aha. Neb, tcu.r
Kapids. ClTnton. Iowa 7:00 pm'
No 7 14 Chicago. IXion. StrUng. Ill ;
Clinton Arrives at l)irfp,n ) 1010 a m
D Daily, B Dally, except Suuday
Passenger station at K., I. & p. j
depot, foot of Twentieth street. i
I.. F. BERRY, G. P. A.. Davenport.
GEORGE V. WOOD Aeot.
Acts gently on the
riEANSES THE 5YSTEM
i UMU PERMANENTLY
roa au BTuuara fska o Ptstsrut.
State of Illinois. I
Roclt Islanil County. (
County Court of kock Island County, to the
hep'.cmher term. A D.. liJ0.
Reynolds Hays, administrator of the estate of
William Hays, decea-ed. v. Joseph Hays.
WiliUra K Hays, Jmn Hays. Kuiery Hays.
Wi.lia'n F. Hays. Martha Kan:
Amdavlt of non-residence of Joseph Hays
Emery Hays and Wlll'am Hays. Jr de
fendants above named having been tiled In
the oitlceof the clerk of the county court of
Koctr Island county, notice Is hereby given
to the Saul Joseph Havs. Kmery Havs and
William Hays. Jr . that the said i-laintiff. Rey-n-Ids
Havs. aihnin'siraujr of the estate of
William Mays, deceased, has tiled bis petition
in the saiil cjuntv court of Rock Island coonty
for n order to sell the premises belonging to
the t-state of saiit deceased, or so much of it
as may be needed to pay the debts of said dc
cea.sed. and described as follows to-wlt:
Part of the no-tbeast one fourth ' of the
southwest one-fo';rth ' 1 of sect Ion Thirty
six t 'J'i) in totisii p number sixteen (l'K north
rant'c number tit e (5; -west of tne4th i.rincipai
meridian in tbe Co.intyof Kock Island and
State of lili'iois and that a sui!.tuons has been
Issued out of suit! court against you. returna
ble at the September trrm. A. 1) , IOo .of said
court, to be hoiden on ire Srt day of Septem
tier. A. D. 11. at the court hou-e in iCouk Isl
and, in Kock Island county, Illinois
Now, unless voj. the said Joseph Hay
Kraery Hvs and William Hays. Jr, shall
personally be and appear before the said county
court of Rock Inland county, on the tirst day
of the next term thereof, to be hoiden at
Hock Island in said county, on the 'id dav
of September A. D. U, and plead, answer
or demur to the said complainants petition
tiled therein, the same and the matters and
thing therein cnrsd and stated will be
taket. sis confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
Kock Island, Illinois. July ln 1.
H. li Hrj.itAKl. Clerk.
Sr.nil.E i Marshall- Complainants Solici
tors. Notice of Publication chancery.
Sratc of Illinois. 1
Roc;; Island comity. 1 s
In t tie circuit, ( '0:1 rt. op'.em'ier term. A. D..
1'iM Micul 1. Morris vs itie unknown heirs
or devisees of r'mrick Buckley, deceased.
Mar-'ar-t Buckley. Anna t arlion. tbe un
known heirs tr devisees of neujamm 51c
Kav. de.'eased. t!ie unknown heirs or
deviseei of John Buckley deceased. Mary
Mu pliv. the unknown heirs or devisees of
Mtifaret Maroney. dccea.st.-d. 1'a'iick iuca
ley. Daniel Buculev.Jau.es Buckley. Catbe
lii.e Buckley. Willi im I- Buckley. Bertha
Usher. Anna Buckiev. Martin Buckley, toe
ULknown heirs or devisees of A. J. Harris,
decexsed. Warren Buck ey. Daniel Buck ey.
Henry Buckiev. Charles Buckley. Bridget
Nunan. John Nunan AnnaNun n. John Hlue
Darviu and the unknown owners or parties
Interested in the south ilii ty-seeu (.17)
feet jf lot tiuml'cr ten l"i. in block
number six e"). 'n Spencer A Cases ad
dition to the city of K,ck I-Iaud. in the
county of Rock Island and ttale of I li
nois. mre pan icuHrlv described as follows
Be-lnnlnrf at the corner of said lot ten ! '".
at the inter -section of Adams street nd r
leaus street, then-e east on tte sojth lmc of
s.id lot. sixiv too feel, thence noitu a'.on
tt?" eat line of said lot ten ( bo. thirty seven
ij7) fert. thence wes' on a line parallel with
tne south line of said lot sutv nOi (eet to
Aiiams ureet. thence south on the east line
of said Adorns street to the place of be;-'in-n.r.k.-
or any part thereof in ch.ncery.
A ft. davit of the non-re Idence of Dariel
Buci.iey. James Buckley. ihe unknown
het-s or dev sees of Patricic Buckle.
deceased, the unknown heirs or devisees of
,1,111:1 Buckley, deceased, the unknown heirs or
devisees of Mamsret Maroney deceased.
Catherine Buckley. William I. Buckley,
licr ha Klsher. A time Buckley. Marnn Buekley.
Warren Buckley. Daniel Buckley. HeLrj Buck
ley. Charles Buckiev the unknown heirs or de
visees of A. J. Hants, deceased, the un
known heirs or devisees of lSenjamin
Mclvay. deceased, aid the unknown own
ers or prties interested In the above
described premises of the above defend
ants named, bavn. bi-en tiled In tbe office
of the clerk of said circuit court of Kock Isl
acd county, notics Is herel'v Kiven to the said
non resident defecda-is. that the eompi inant
tiled b'.s btiiof compi,:nt in sa d court, on the
chancery tide thereof, on tbe l.S,h dy of Au
gust A. D IwuO. and that a s jmtn ns thereipon
Issued out of said court against said aefend
iinis. returnable 00 the lth dv of oeptcmber
A D Ii-vs. as i. by law required.
Now, therefore unles yru the said
Daniel Buoaley. .lame-. B-ick ev. the un
known heirs or devisees of Patrick Buckley,
deceased ihe unnnown heirs t,r devisees of
John Buckley, deceased tne unknown heirs or
devisees of Margaret Maroney. dec-ased.
Catherine Buckley. Wiillam 1. Buckley. Bertha
tl'her. A time Buckley. Martin Buckley. War
nii BucHey, Daoiei Buckley. Henry Buck
ley. "har)es Mucliiey le unknown heirs
or densees of A. J. Harris. deceased
the unknown heirs or lievaees of B.n
jaa.ii McMav deceased, and the ucknoan
owners or part ie :n'eres;ed in the said siuth
thl-t-even :r7) feet of iot ten 10. 10 block
six c:. in .-pencer & Cae s addition to the cr.y
of hocu I-iand. in the county of Rock Is. and
and state of Ii inois. more par ieuiariv de
scribed as follows; Be::ar.:ini at tee corner of
said iot ten t !'. a; tbe intersect-.oa of Adams
street and Ur:er.sstreet. tLence east on ihe
siuth line of said lot sixty (? feet, thence
DiiriD a or, it the ast line of said lot thirty
seven i37 feet, thence west on line parallel
with the booth l'ne of said lot sixty i'i feet to
Adams street, ther.ee south a nut the eat
line of said street to ice place of brpmoia,;. or
miy part thereof shall per-nuUy be ano appear
before siid circuit courtof Kocklsland county
on the tlr-t day of tbe next te m thereof to be
hoiden at the court house 11 the ci-y of Rock
Island in said coun-y, on the 17th day of Sep
tember A. D. ia and pie id. answer or
deruur to the said complainants hi.lof com
pi.nnt. the same and the matters and things
therein charged and stated m be ikea s
confessed, and a decre- ent-red airaitat you
according to the rra er of saidblli.
la te-'.-m ny whereof I tte be-euito set
mv hand ant! aSxed the seal of said c tlrt. at
mv o!5ce ia Rod Inland, this 16tn day of au
gust A. D. Iaa) .
Gawi W. GAKitt Clerk.
O Cbamek Complaiaaat'a eoiiCltor. 1
iut- Ibib, A. D. 1X00.
Roosevelt Makes a Few Com
ments on His Campaign
Speech at St. Paul.
POPULIST NOTIFICATION OF BYEAN
ProgrammeatTopeka Marion Butler
to Preside Republican Cam-
paign Book la Ready.
New York, Au;. 20. Gov. Roosevelt
at Oyster Bay, I.. I., yesterday gave
out for publication a letter which he
had written on Aug. 'J to General
John M. Palmer, of Springfield, Ills.,
relative to the St. Taul speech made
by the governor, in -which he had been
quoted as making derogatory remarks
concerning Democrats. The letter say
in 'part: "I notice that in your re
cent very manly interview stating why
jou could not support the Populist Jo
lemocracy and the Kansas City plat
form and nominees you allude to a
statement I was supiosed to havemado
attacking Democrats generally in my
fr?t. Paul speech. You have evidently
seen a report which was not merely
giirbled. but falsified. I stand by this
speech absolutely, and have nothing to
explain in connection with It, but 1 do
wish to point out where its meaning
was deliberately inverted.
Tells the General What Ha Said.
"In my speech I begun by saying:
We appeal not only to Republicans,
but to all good citizens who are Amer
icans in fact as well as in name, to
help us in re-electing President Me
Kinley.' I ended by saying: 'Study
the Kansas City platform and you
cannot help realizing that their policy
the policy of its makers and sponsors
is a policy of infamy; that their
triumph would mean misery so -widespread
that it is almost unthinkable,
and a disgrace so lasting that more
than a generation would have to pass
befon- it could be wiped out. They
stand for lawlessness and disorder, for
dishonesty and dishonor, for license
and disaster at home and cowardly
shrinking from duty abroad. We ask
the siiprt of all Americans who have
the welfare of the country at heart, no
mutter what their political affiliations
may have been in the past.'
Where He Claims to Draw the Line.
"You will see that here I most ex
plicitly draw-the line between the men
who siipirt and ask support for the
Kansas City platform and all other
citizens, whether Democrats or Ilepuli
licans. I feel that, as a matter of fact,
the greatest possible credit is due to
men like you, my dear sir. and to the
other gold Democrats, who four years
ago stood, and now stand, for national
honor. 1 hold up the iliey advocated in
the Kansas City platform as a base
and cowardly policy to emphasize our
rii;ht to appeal to the countless thou
sands of high-minded Democrats who
nlihor baseness mill cowardice and
are quid; to see and disown them."
BK VAN'S MEETING AT TOI'ERA.
Marlon Butler Will 1'mlile Weaver
Visits the Democratic Leader.
Topek.i. Kan.. Aug. l!a William J.
Bryan will arrive in Topeka at li:oO
a. in. Aug. -'J. The Topeka City
Troop will escort him to the National
hotel, where a reception will be held.
The northwest corner of the state
house irroii'ids has been selected as the
place for the Populist notification
meeting, and a large stand is being
erected there. Chief Justice Doster,
of t lie supreme court, will deliver a
brief introductory address. He will be
followed by T. M. Patterson, of Colo
rado, who will make the lormal noti
fication address. The meeting will be
gin at 4 p. 111.. and will be presided
over by Marion Butler, chairman of
the Populist national committee.
Lincoln. Neb., Aug. 2. General J.
B. Weaver, the Iowa Populist leader,
arrived here yesterday on his way to
Kansas, where he will make several
speeches in Bryan's behalf. He vis
ited Bryan at the hitter's residence
last evening, and they discussed the
campaign at length. Bryan attended
church in the morning and went driv
ing in the afternoon.
Itepiihlicans Open In Illinois.
Chicago. Aug. 20. Final arrange
ments have been made by the Repub
lican state committee for the formal
opening of the campaign on Sept. 1.
The programme for the day Is as fol
lows: Jacksonville, Judge Richard
Yates: .Toliet. Governor Shaw, of Iowa;
Murphysboro. Judge Lawrence ". Sher
man, of Macomb, and Martin B. Mad
den, of Chicago: Monroe Center. Geo.
M. Boyd, of Chicago; Lake Forest.
De Witt C. .Toues. of Chicago; Leaf
ltiver. Judge W. F. Hodson. of Gales
burg: Moline. W. II. Stead, of Ot
tawa. Itepubllran Campaign Literature.
New Y'ork. Aug. 2. The Repub
lican campaign text book, issued at
are simplv kidav disorders. The
kidneys filter the" blood of all that
6houMn't be there. The blood,
passes through. Hie kidneys every
three niinutes. If the kidneys do .
their work no imparity or cause of
disorder can remain iu tic circula
tion longer than that time. There
fore, if your blood is out of order
your kidneys have failed in their
work. They are ia need of stimula
tion, strengthening or doctoring.
One medicine will do all three, the
finest and most imitated blood
medicine there is
tne Deginning or eacn presidential
campaign by the Republican national
committee, lias been completed, and
sample copies have arrived at nation
al headquarters. The topics discussed
la the book are national prosperity and
its effect on the business elements, the
manufacturer, tbe farmers and the
workiDgmen; the currency question;
trusts, conditions in Cuba, Porto Rico
and the Philippines.
Beverldfje to Go on the Stump.
Indianapolis. Aug. 20. Albert J
Bc-veridge, who Is now at Rangely
Me., will open his campaign at Chicago
on Sept. 20. It is understood that he
is now at work on his speech, which
is to be a replv to Bryan on Imperial
ism. Senator Beveridge. It Is said, was
invited to open the campaign in Maine,
but refused, as he wanted to give his
attention to other matters.
Can All Go on the Ballot.
Lincoln. Neb.. Aug. 20. Secretary
of State Porter has decided that "Fre
Silver Republicans" and "Mid-Road
PoprHists" may have a piace on the of
ficial state ballot this fall under the
Another Lynching In Georgia.
Doerun. Ga.. Aug. 2n. A mob en
tered the jail here Friday night and
took Bill Cater, colored, out and rid
dled him with bullets,. Cater was
charged with attempted assault on a
RECORDER SMYTH IS DEAD.
Fearless J udge Who Made Some New York
New York, Aug. 20. Frederick
Smyth, the stern, impartial, fearless
Judge; the careful student of the law, the
dignified justice of the supreme court
the sturdy Democrat, high in the coun
cils of the local organization, from
wiiOse allegiance he never swerved.
RECORDS It SMYTH.
died Saturday, not unexpectedly, In his
summer home ;it Atlantic City.
He became recorder in 1JS79 and It
was In this oilice that his great life
work may be said to have been ac
complished. That office is his monu
ment. He was a terror to evil doers
Thev feared the lash of his severe and
terrible tongue and the whip of his sen
tences. Standing by the police, he
swept Hell'- Kitchen of its toughs and
murderers and made It a habitable
region, lie drove the thugs from the
Bowery and Chatham Squareand made
it safe for women to walk the streets
of the city after dark
NEARLY A MILLION GONE.
Fire at Alexandria, lnl Beduced to Ashes
an $800,000 Ax riant.
Alexandria. Ind.. Aug. 20. The en
tire plant of the Kelly Ax Manufactur
ing company, valued at ?soo,0(X, was
destroyed by fire last evening. This
wrs one of the largest factories in
this city, and the largest ax factory in
the world, employing some SOU or 1,
mj0 men when running at full force
The plant was operated all year, never
stopping more than one week at a
time to take stix-k. J he company hart
just enlarged it, increasing the output
fully one-third. W. C. Kelly, president
of the company, formerly owned and
operated a factory in Louisville, and
removed to this city in
The fire started in the grinding de
partrnent of the ax factory. A strong
wind carried the names to the pump
house and doomed the entire works to
destruction. In a short time the whole
plant, covering ten acres, was reduced
to ashes. It was the only plant not in
the trust, and although in the hands of
a receiver was expected to be taken
out of the receiver s hands next Jan
uarv. So far as known no one was
hurt. The plant was -well insured.
HORRIBLE DEATH FOR THREE
They Are Imprisoned In a Mine Near Ma
honey City That Ia on Fire.
Mahanoy City, Pa., Aug. 20. Three
men and sixty mules are Imprisoned
In slope No. 3. of the Lehigh Val
ley company's Primrose colliery, near
here, which has been burning since
Friday night. The unfortunate min
ers are William and George Tomkiss
and Charles lnltis. and it Is feared
they have been suffocated. It is not
known -whether any others are in the
mine. Those who escaped formed a
rescuing party, but were brought out
of the shaft almost asphyxiated.
Owing to the impossibility of access
the fire has assumed vast proportions,
and will entail a heavy loss. It may
be necessary to flood the mines, which
would result in the suspension of op
erations for nearly a year and throw
TOO men and boys out of employment.
Later. One of the successive res
cuing parties succeeded yesterday In
locating the bodies of George and Will
iam Thompkiss and Charles Iritis, the
entombed men. The bodies were lying
in a heap.
As to I'nion Cl-ar Labels.
Washington, Aug. 20. The com
missioner of internal revuue has
ruled that label issued by th Cigar
makers International union to manu
facturers may be usd by them In con
nection with their statutory packages
of cigars, provided Kuch labels do not
contain any promise or offer of, or
any order or certificate for .my gift,
prize, premium, payment, or reward.
Ex -Got. Moses Cp for Larceny.
Bofton. Aug. 20. Franklin J.Moses,
ex-governor of South Carolina, wasar
rested here Saturday on a charge of
larceny of $3 from John D. Hardy.
The charge was based on his collect
ing payment for an advertisement aft
er he had severed his connection with
a. weekly paper of Winthrop, a suburb.
Twenty-t ire Days Without Rain.
Red Bud. Ills.. Aug. 20. Saturday
was the twenty-fifth day pf the dry
period, which still continues with no
relief in sight, though heavy rains are
reported forty miles north of here.
cai fr pnwFPcmMvirTinw!
That Is What the Jury Decide Unani
mously in Bis Case.
Georgetown. Ky.. Aug. 20. "We.
tie jury, find the defendant guilty and
tlx his punishment at confinement in
the penitentiary for the rest of his
natural life." This was the wording of
the verdict in the case of ex-Secretary
of State Caleb Power?, charged with
being an accessory before the fact to
the murder of William Goebel. The
jury was out only fifty-three minutes.
The vote in favor of a life sentence
was unanimous. When the jury re
tired the belief was general that it
would fail to agree, and In this opinion
the defendant himself was firmly con
vinced. When the verdict of guilty was ren
dered Powers, for the first time during
the six weeks of the trial, betrayed
hs feelings. Always pale he grew
ghastly so as the verdict -was read,
and his face betokened great mental
anguish. This was only for a few
seconds, however, and then somewhat
regaining his composure he turned to
the Misses Dangerfield. who had been
in conversation with him, and said:
"I was not expecting thai. The ver
dict is unjust."
Juror Porter, the only. Republcan on
the jury, the first to speak when the
jury retired, said: "Gentlemen, I am
a Republican, and I have said that 1
did not believe Goebel's murder was
the result of a conspiracy. I did not
think Caleb Powers could be guilty,
but I have heard the evidence and 1
am convinced he is." The jury was
composed of eight Democrats, three
anti-Goebel Democrats and one Re
publican. Powers' attorneys will at
once move for a new trial, and failing
that will take an appeal. Powers has
Issued a statement declaring the ver
dict flagrantly unjust aud the trial a
political proceeding, a mockery and a
RECORDS OF THE BALL CIUBSr
How the League Lines l'p for the Pea
nant Scores of Iloth Leagrues.
riayed. Won. Lost. P. C
Brooklyn 92 ."T 3T .ti2.)
Pittsburg J7 T4 43 ..VT
Philadelphia . . .'Xi 47 4C, .liu".
Chicago Hit 4S 4S ..riUO
Boston i.-i 47 48 .4i."i
Cincinnati IV. 41 51 .4'sl
St. Louis 112 42 t0 .4rt
New York W 3I 54 .4tM
Chicago, Aug. 20. Saturday's rec
ords, at base ball made by League clubs
are as follows: At Pittsburg Brook
lyn -1, Pittsburg 8; at Cincinnati Phil
adelphia O. Cincinnati 3; at St. Louis
Boston !. St. Louis 1; at Chicago--New
York 0, Chicago 2. Sunday) At
St. Louis Cincinnati 8, St. Louts 5; at
Chicago New York 1, Chicago 2.
American League: At Cleveland
Detroit ", Cleveland 4: at Kansas City
Minneapolis 3, Kansas City 4; t
Chicago Milwaukee 0, Chicago 1
twelve innings; (second game) Milwau
kee 0, Chicago 1 five innings, by
agreement. (Sunday) At Kansas City
Minneapolis S, Kansas City 5; (sec
ond gamei Minneapolis 4, Kansas City
11; nt Buffalo Indianapolis . Buffalo
14: (second game) Indianapolis 0. Buf
falo -1; at Detroit Cleveland 1, De
troit 3: at Chicago Milwaukee 8, Chi
cago 2 seventeen innings; (second
game) Milwaukee 1. Chicago 0 five
innings, by agreement.
Lee Wells Still Missing.
Noblesville, Ind., Aug. 20. Lee
Wells, a farmer, living in the south
ern portion of this county, who disap
peared from home several days ago, is
An Impatient r rana,
An impudent fraud vcas perpetrated
upon a Manchester bank by one of its
customers, who opened an account
with some few hundreds of pounds.
The man, after a few weeks, drew two
checks, each within a pound or so of
his balance, and. selecting a busy day,
presented himself at one end of the
counter, while an accomplice, when he
saw that his friend's check had been
cashed, immediately presented his own
to a cashier at the other end. Both
cashiers referred the checks to the
ledger clerk, who, thinking the same
cashier had asked him twice, said
"right" to both checks. The thieves
were never caught.
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
The fifteenth annual convention of
the North American Krigerbund be
gan at Akron. O., yesterday and will
last four days.
Representative Grosvenor, of Ohio,
arrived at New York Saturday, return
ing from a vacation trip to Kurope.
There is said to be serious discord
between King Victor L'mmauuel and
the Italian cabinet.
The Adkins and Howard families
fought a battle in Kentucky and one
man was killed and another fatally
' Mativ Chic.-itro men rptnrno.1 rVn,r
Nome say gold Is not so plentiful there
Wisconsin produced 1.000,000 pounds
of butter and Ul,0u,uiX pouuds of
cheese List year.
The'sultan of Turkey is to celebrate
the twenty-fifth anniversary of his
reign with many public enterprises.
Itnel 'rniii has hppn votprl thn mci
popular farmer in Cass county. Ills.
Tie irets a. free trin tr thn jntii,il
gathering of farmers In Denver.
a nun moose came out or tne Maine
woods recently and took a stroll
through the streets of Bangor.
Corn 10c to 4-.'c
Oata N e ir 20c u 2-JC.
Hay Timotny.rojsv; prairie, W to 18.
Butter Choice to fair, 16c: freab ereamerr.
Hena Ac per pound.
bpnog etuckeoa, per dote a.
CatUe Butchers pay for com fed steers,
cows and belters, So4c; c aires, 4c
Spring Lambs ft 50t3 50.
CASTOR I A
For IniaoU and Children.
Tb8 Kind Yen Hare Arwajs Bocgbt
BEE ;Mmi HIVE
114 W. Snd St.
New Fall Skirts.
The first shipment of new
fall skirts has just been
received and are on dis
play in our cloak room.
The assortment is one of
the largest and handsom
est we have ever secured.
Many styles made exclu
sively for us. Skirts that
are superior in cut, style
and hang and have all
that distinciive elegance
of finest, made to measure
Ladles' Walking Skirts,
Largest assortment in the
Ladles' Felt Mats,
Over 500 to select from
at prices from
89c UP TO $2 75.
114 West Second Street,
Rock Island Savings Bank
Rook Island. 111.
Incorporated Under the
Monet Loaned Ok Personal Collateral Ob Keal Estate Skoubitt.
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Ureenawalt, Cashier.
Began business July 2, 1890. and oeeupled
8. K. corner of Mitchell
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The undermined baring been appointed ad
ministratrix with the wia annexed of tbe estate
of Hedda Charlotta Swaoaon.lateof tbe coun
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hereby gives notice tbat she U1 ap
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elty of Rock Island, at tbe October term, on
tbe first Monday In October next, at which
time ail persons hsTlng cialms axslnat said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
the purpose of hevlns; tbe same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate ' re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated thlsatth day of July, A. D. 19C0.
Ai S. Swan-. Administratrix.
JaCKSOS & HraUiT,
Attorneys for Administratrix.
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Estate of George D. Aiedill. deoeased.
The undersigned having been appointed ad
mlcistrator of tbe estate of George D. Medili.
late of tbe county of Kock Ial.nd. state of
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Thomas J. Mdjilu Administrator.
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