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THE AEGUB. MONDAY, AUGUST 7,
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND i
a.rtfln Ri'lxiv Ticket
ma. Via Vr h 9 C .
checked atK.L& P. Twentieth
street depot, or C, R. L A P.
dertot. comer Fifth avenueand
Thirty-Brat street. Fran i flummer, Ageoi
rWnvAr T.lmtt,i A Omaha
3:10 ami 3:00 am
nin m nrn
Minneapolis t S:SO ami
i 6:00 pm
!l 1 : 10 pm
umtna ana ues noises ,t x:j am
lOaaaha & Minneapolis 112:05 am
Omaha & Lincoln Kx 7:55 am
Benver. Lincoln & Omaha..! 3:06 am!
Des Moines Express 1:12:10 m.
it f an am
t i:U5 am
Koetc is; ana sz Bureau ac. f 4:30 pm
St. Paul & Mlcneapoli S:05 am
DllTer. Vl Worth fe K C. 5:0f) am
IKansas City. St Joe Dnvr l 1:10 pm!
IKOCU uiaaa dc w asmngton ! i:ftJ pm
t 3:50 pm
t 3:45 pm
Rock Island & Brooklyn Ac 5 35 pmi
t t J am
XOmaha&Kock island... . e:35 pm
tlnlcago. & uavenport.
It 7:00 pm
Arrival. tDeparture. JDaUy. except Sun
IDaiiy except Saturday. Ail other dally. Tel
T?OCX ISLAND & PEORIA
Rill way Depot First ave
nue ana Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson. General Passen
er Agent. Pa-eenger trains
eave C. K. I. tt r. Mo-
llne avenue)' depot Ave (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L. Goff, Agent.
Spr'gneld. Cincinnati. Peo;,
Peoria. btrliifc'Ileld, 9vL'
la. etc :05 am
Peoria Ei press 7:35 pm
Peoria, Ispringneld. Cincin
nati 1:45 pm
Cable Accommodation 5:00 am
Cabin & Sherrard Ac com..
Cable & Sherrard Accom. . 9:40 am
Cable & Sherrard Accom.. 3:30 pm
dally; all other trains dally
f CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE
'-'ST. PAUL railway Ra
cine & Soutn western Division
Depot Twentlerb street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
ridge, A Kent.
THAI 9. LEAVE. AKHIVS.
Mall and Kxpress I 7 30 am, ll:30 am
Bt. Paul Express. ! 4 pmi ".So pm
Freight and accom g:20 pxi' 10:30 am
All trains dally except Sunday.
"RURLINGTON ROUTE C,
XH. A Q, RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
M. J. YOUNG,
I LEAVE. I AHKIVB.
St. L. Springfield. Peoria. i
Kur. Quin via Monmouth 0:55 am 7:15 pm
Chicago. Sterling, Clinton St i
Dubuque. t 7:45 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria. lieard-stown. Bur I
llngton. Denver and west 2:40 pnitll:58 am
Bt. l'aul& Minneapolis 7:50 pmi 8:15 am
Sterling. Clinton a Dubuqu! 7:50 pm t 8:40 am
Bt. I.., Kans C, Denver i I
Pao. coast via Galesburg. 7:15 pm 0:55 am
Dally. tDally exceptSunday.
T)AVENPORT. ROCK ISL
and fc North western rail
way (- The Trl City Kiute.")
Passenger Ktatlon at Rock
Island .v l'eoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. L. F. Ber
ry. i. P. A. Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket oltlce, l-J'4
Second Aveuje. Geo. W.
Wood, A Kent.
Clinton, Sterling- Chicago.
Clinton. Chicago, Omaha,
Ih-nver. Koukford. Jar.es
vlUe, Mad:son (leave Dav
enport Clinton. Chicago, Dixon.
Sterling (ar. D.ivenporti.
Clinton omuha. Sioux City.
Utah and Pacific Coast.
Clinton. St-'li!ig, Dixon.
Chicago. Cedar Rapids,
Clinton. Chicago. Janes
vllle. Maflt.nn. llocuford.
Clinton. Denver. Omaha,
t:00 ami 7:00 pm
Trains marked dally,
All others daily ex-
Best Dining Car Service.
Davenport, Rock Island
Tri City Route, short line be
tween Tri-Cities. Chicago,
('linton and all points Tia
Iti C. & N. W. railway.
DEPART FROM BOCK ISLAND
No. 1 D Clinton. Sterling. Dixon. Chi
cago. Ill 1:00 a m
No, 4 H (Start from Iavenport) Clin
ton: On: b a Neb.: Denver. CoL; Chi
cago. Iclvidere. Rockford. 111.;
Janetivtlle Wis-, and Madison. Wis. . 12:06 p m
No. I t'llnton. SterUcg. Dixo. Chi
cago. IU : Cedar Kap:d9 and Ana
mosa. Iowa 1.25 pm
No- f H Cl;nton: Omaha. Neb.: 5ioux
City. Iowa. Utah and Paclfio Coast
Points. 7:15 pm
ABBITE AT BOCK ISLA5IX
No. I D Sioux City and Omaha. Neb.;
Clinton 7:45 p m
No. 3 D Chicago. 111.: Madison and
Janesvl.le. Wis: Rockford. Belvl-
dere. LI : Clinton 1:45 p m
No 5 H-Chicago. Dixon, steriir. Ui.;
Denver. CoL; Omaha. Neb.; Ceaar
Rapids. Clinion. Iowa 7fl0 p m
No. 7B Chicago. Dixon. Sterling, LU.;
Cllaton (Arrives at Davenport i 10:10 ra
D Daily. B Daily, except Sunday.
Passenger station at It., I. & p.
depot, foot of Twentieth street.
L. F. BERRY, G. P. A., Daren port.
GEORGE W. WOOD Agent.
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co., Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford. Ill
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of ILL, - Rockford, HI.
Office, Room 3. Buford block. Rates
as low aa consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low as an
reliable com cam
can afford. Toui
patronage Is solio
GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following well
known Fire and Accident Insur
Koch ester German Ins Oo.
German " -
Buffalo GermM " .
German Fire .
New Hampshire " ..
Milwaukee Meohaaiea " .
fldeUiy and Casualty
Rochester, N Y
Buffalo. N y
, Peoria, I
.Manchester, N B
. ..New Tori
Office corner Eighteenth street End
Second avenue, eeoond floor.
OONNEOT8 DIREOT WITS
Summer Tourists' Rates.
TIA LIKE ANO RAIL.
TO ALL POINTS
EAST AND WEST
For Particulars Inquire at
PaAA.oger Station, City Ticket Of.
K. I. A V. Depot. 1803 Second Ave.
Phone lias. 'Pbone 1040.
L. F. BERRY,
Han. Pass. Act.
Boom 49 McManns Bldg. Pbone 0 3
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Ar JUST THI, TBOfQ.
We make them giving yon
twelve different positions rn
the dor en. Better ones with
eight, six. four, three and two
eifferent positions la the d ox
en. Aa regularly mounted
ta the latest finish at
C. E. SMITH,
Opposite Harper House, eood in.
Do n't Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison. Wis. It
keeps you well. Oar trade
nark cut on recti perlfege.
Price, 35 cents. Never 314
in balk. Accept ste Mbsti.
MmaTi,iIM tote. Ask ; our drwggtsv.
Cn. Wood Gives the Natives o
the Pearl an Important
MUST BE AGEEEABLE TO TJIfCLE SAM
The General Tells His Hearers at San.
tia go de Cuba Island Flag
Santinso de Cuba, Aug:. 27. Gover
nor General Wood was officially ban
queted Saturday night by the Repub
lican aud Democratic parties. The
civil governor, tho archbishop of Cuba,
the principal judicial and civil dignl
taries. and a hundred representative
merchants were Drest-nt. The arch
bishop, in the course of his remarks.
said the time had arrived for peace,
and that he lK-lieved a consolidation of
political parties would le of greater
benefit to una in the future tnan a
house divided against ltstlf. lie said
he was happy to greet the people of
the Vnited States m the person of uen
Speech of Senor Taut aju.
Penor Tamayo, secretary of state, in
a lorclble speech, said: "This is one of
the most important epochs in the polit
ical history of Cuba. A constitutional
convention, where the fundamental
law of the laud is to be framed, is
GOYmXOn'8 PALACE AT SANTIAGO.
about to be held. In that convention
the people of Cuba are to prove them
selves capable of constructing a gov
ernment, of guaranteeing life and prop
erty and preserving order. They are
also to prove that Cuba is a land
open to all men not only to those who
are Cubans by the accident of birth or
who participated in the revolution, but
also those who can claim the privilege
under the treaty of Paris.
Political Contention. Sliould feme.
"This is a moment when political
contentions should bo set aside. The
issm is iiutior.nl. Cuba is about to ob
tain what three generations bled for;
and, if the constitutional convention is
not what it should be. the noble dead
will rise to demand that blood shall
not have been shed In vain. The curse
of the mothers, wives and daughters
of those who fell would be upon us.
We should bear in mind that the ea of
the tears of Cuban women is far deep
er than the se:i which bathes our island
I'nited States Cuba'. Friend.
"If we fail in this convention we
shall be unworthy of the blood that
was shed at El Caney and on San
Juan hill. General Wood is the true
friend of Cuba, and I can certify to it.
The I'nited States government is sin
cere in the piomises it has made. I ap
peal to you all to send to the conven
tion the best and most capable men
among us. and thus to show to the
world that i'ubans are worthy of the
confidence placed In their capacity for
tTOOD OIVKS CrBAXS DTK NOTICK
Their Constitution Must Be Satisfactory
to l"a or It "Don't Go."
Governor General Wood, on rising,
was greeted with shouts of approba
tion and "vivas," which were taken up
by some 3.iUO people assembled out
side the club house on the I'arque de
Cespedes. He sjoke in part as fol
lows: "Everybody in rne United States
was astonished at the satisfactory way
in which the municipal cictions passed
off. President McKinley in-rsonallv- as
serted that he thought the time for the
next stp had come. Whatever the
ultimate destiny of Cuba may be. its
immediate future is independence.
This is no iolitical move on the part
of the I'nited States, but a sincere de
sire to do what Is riht. Therefore. I
beg you. as a personal favor to me. and
to the United States government, to
sink your political differences and pas
sions and to send men to the conven
tion who are renowned for honor and
capacity, so that the convention may
is Rheumatism of the face.
Uric Acid left in the blood
by disordered kidneys lodges
along the nerve which
branches from the eye over
the forehead, and across the
cheek to the side of the nose.
The cause is the same as in
all Rhecrnatism disordered
Kidneys. The cure is lite
wise the same
mean more man rrre Cubans even now
"Your delegates must be competent
to draft a constitution, and it is a
duty you owe j-ourselves and your fel
low patriots to see tnat your represen
tation is without Darty prejudice. Bear
In mind that no constitution which
does not provide for a stable govern
ment will be accepted by the United
States. I wish to avoid making Cuba
into a second Haytl, although I do not
think that possible. You want liberty
for all and for no particular party,
The United States insist that you shall
have it. This is possible and easily
possible. e have said it to the world
It lies with you to help us make our
word good. Your enemies predict fail
ure. The people of the United States
and their representatives hope to see
jou defeat these predictions
The Cuban flag was raised over the
palace by General Wood's permission
yesterday, thousands of Cubans wit
nessing the ceremony. Eater in the
afternoon the American. Cuban and
Spanish arms were fastened together
in decorations at the principal theatre.
where General Y ood was present
This was the first time the Spanish
arms have been exhibited since the
Claimed To Be lOT
Chicago. Aug. 27. Hugh Falvey,
Avhose friends claim for him the ex
traordinary age of 107 years, and who
liaa lived m this city since 184U, died
at bis residence here Saturday morn
ing. Falvey was one year older than
Chicago's other centenarian. Miss
Y'ardley, who died one month ago
Seven Hones Electrically Killed.
Springfield, Ills., Aug. 27. During a
heavy wind storm at Havana wind de
tached a limb from a tree on the court
house square, which falling struck an
electric light Mire, the wire striking
seven horses of farmers hitched under
trees, killing them all.
Strlkn of Hay Compressor.
Tana, Ills., Aug. 27. The employes
of the Planters Hay Compress com
pany, numbering about 150, have gone
out on a strike. The men were receiv
ing $1.25 per dav and asked for $1.50
This was refused and as a result the
street of the city are tilled with
loaded hay wagons.
J5AKELY SAVES FH0M DEATH.
Three Travelers on the Desert Nearly Per
ish for IVaut of Water.
El Paso, Tex.. Aug. 2. A runner
arrived here yesterday afternoon from
the Cole ranch, sixty miles north of
El Paso, bringing news that three
men were found almost perished of
thirst on the desert beyond there Sat
urday afternoon. Ho says that one of
the men is Professor It. H. Cook,
who recently came to this city from
the east. The men left Alamo Gordo.
N. M., on bicycles Thursday, bound
for El Paso. They took the overland
road through the 'lularosa valley. On
that route there is a desert of sand
seventy miles wide.
When the three men had gone about
thirty miles their bicycle broke down
and they had to walk. One of the men
leached the Cole ranch, but had to 1m
treated for several hours lie fore he
could speak. He then told of his com
panions. Two men with jugs of water
tied on their saddles went back in
search if the. missing men. They were
found just in time. All the men are
seriously ill at Cole's ranch.
He Is Too Hnsy with China to Atti-nd the
i. A. U. Kncampuient.
Chicago. Aug. 27. The Grand Army
boys w ill have one disappointment here
the president will not be present.
Thlsisorticial. Saturday- Commander-in
Chief Shaw received u telegram from
the president the material portion of
"I deeply regret that present public
duties will prevent my attendance
upon the thirty-fourth annual encamp
ment of the Grand Army of the Repub
lic. Assure my comrades assembled
that this Is a sore disappointment to
me, for I confidently counted upon
joining them in their reunion, as has
been my custom for many years. I want
them to appreciate that only the most
immediate and important public busi
nuess would interfere with my paying
personal tribute to the veterans of the
magnificent armies of 61-'tio."
Iucle Kills His Kephewa.
New Orleans. Aug. 27. A special
from Texarkana says: While Will
iam Green, of Beech township, was
driving a herd of hogs froni his corn
field he was approached by two young
nephews, Emmett nd Willie Green. As
soon as Green spied them he opened
fire, kiling Emmett Green Instantly
and mortally wounding the other boy.
The hogs belonged to the Green boys
and they had recently had trouble with
the uncle alout the animals.
tTns a Mob of "Best Citizens.
Canton, Pa.. Aug. 27. Warrants
have been applied for five men. all
prominent farmers In this section, who
are alleged to have been memliers of
the mob that hanged.William McCann,
alias Leonard, to a tree near his em
ployer's home, southwest of this vil
lage last Wednesday night.
Miss Nancy Letter at Chicago.
Chicago. Aug. 27. After an absence
in Euroie. Asia and Africa of nearly
nineteen months Miss Nancy Leiter.
youngest daughter of L. Z. Leiter and
lister of Lady Curzon, wife of the
viceroy of India, has arrived in Chica
go and Is at the home of her brother,
Mr. Joseph Leiter.
Professor I'm grateful for my sense
of humor. Thank heaven, I can al
ways see a joke.
Miss Flavilla Oh. professor, the
sense of humor Is not ability to see a
joke. The sense of humor Is ability
to take a Joke. Indianapolis Journal.
A Political Boss.
"They say you are merely a political
boss." said the candid Informant.
"Great ScottT' ejaculated Senator
Sorghum. "The irreverence of these
moderns is something disheartening.
Why. that's all Julius Caesar was."
Sailors call a low lying iceberg a
growler, and the world would in gen
eral susgest something cool were it not
for bulldogs and Loedon fonr wheel
cabs, to which it is also applied.
DEED OF A DASTARD.
He Murders Most' Brutally a Man
and Wife, One 92 and the
Other 87 Years Old.
000K COUNTY SEAL ESTATE VALTJE3
Cut of the Sa.me for Taxation Starts a
General Redaction Electric
Death in Bed.
Freeport, Ills., Aug. 27. A brutal
murder was committed here during
Friday night, although the discovery
was not made until noon Saturday.
The victims were John Bobb and his
wife, both near the century mark In
age and the parents of the widow of
ltev. Samuel Lauver, a Methodist
Episcopal minister, who met his death
at Napervllle a few days ago by a gaso
line explosion. Mr. and Mrs. Bobb re
sided on a farm near Buena Vista,
twelve miles from here.
Both Their Skull. Crushed.
Saturday at noon, when a neighbor
tailed, the woman was found dead in
the kitchen aud the husbandry welt
ering In a pool of blood in a near-by
rotn. Their skulls had been crushed,
officers aud an excited party of men
are looking for a man who was in
camp in the neighborhood for a week
and who disappeared suddenly. After
the murder the house was robbed and
the murderer left some- of his bloodj'
clothing behind. A horse belonging to
Mr. Bender, a storekeeper at Bed Oak,
four miles away, was stolen, and the
supposition is that the murderer es
caped on this horse, as there is evi
dence that a horse had been tied near
the spot where the bloody clothes were
Victims Were 93 and 87 Respectively.
Bobb was 12 years old and his wife
was 87. Both were in feeble health.
They had lived in that vicinity for fifty-four
years, and were among the
pioneer settlers- of Stephenson county.
They reared a family of seventeen,
children, but none of them resided at
home. . .
1'ESTIOX OF VALUATION KAISKD.
Illinois Coiintie. Decline to Let Cook
Have All the Cut.
Danville, Ills.. Aug. 27. The Ver
milion county board of review has
written an ideutieal note to all the
boards of review in Illinois outside of
Cook county suggesting that they all
make a reduction of 3:5 1-3 per cent, in
the assessment of real estate in their
respecitve counties. This action was
caused by the report that the board of
review of Cook county had determined
to pursue a similar course in that
It Is said that property values in
Cook county, personal as well as realty,
are seriously undervalued for taxing
purposes that the citizens of that coun
ty may shirk their just proportion of
the state taxes. It is further alleged
that the tax books of Cook county will'
not show double the numler of
watches, clocks, organs and melodious
that uppcar on the tax books of Ver
milion county, although Cook county
has a population of 2.OO0.000 and Ver
milion county only UO.tKXi.
Killed In Their Beds by Lightning:.
Rockford, Ills.. Aug. 27. Two per
sons were killed, two Injured, and thou
sands of dollars' worth of property de
stroyed in a terrific; storm which raged
in this vicinity early Saturday. The
storm was especially severe at Hol
comb. Mr. and Mrs. William Brader,
living three miles north of the village,
were killed in their beds by a stroke of
lightning, which wrecked the house.
Their child, 2 years of age, who was
sleeping with them, escaped, but with
painful injuries. Charles Brnder was
severely injured, but will recover.
Charged with a MUcreant. Crime.
Marion, Ills., Aug. 27. Ott Jones,
Sam Manier anoj Asa Garrisou were
arraigned liefore Justice Samuels here
charged with assaulting Itetta. Walk
er, 13 years old, daughter of a widow
residing on a farm In the eastern part
of this county. The men were held to
await the action of the grand Jury.
Charles Manier, a married man and
the father of seven children, la also
charged' ia the writ with the same
crime, but he fled.
Showed the Youngsters How.
Alton, Ills., Aug. 27. Michael Crivel
lo, aged III, gave a swimming exhibi
tion at the natatorlum to the surprise
of the score or more of youths who
thought they were the whole thing in
the water. He first climbed up into
the tower and dived head first into the
water. Then he showed them new
tricks in swimming, treading, stimu
lating the youngsters in an endeavor
to beat him.
Took a Ride on the Cable.
Chicago. Aug. 27. Fred Harper, 7
yearsold. 24 West Twenty-third street,
tied a pieece of rope around his body
and dropped the loose end of it
through the cable slot at Blue Island
avenue and Pauline street. The rope
became twisted around the cable and
he was dragged 100 feet before res
Incendiaries """attempted to burn
down the h-'g Marsden cellulose plant
at Linden. Ind.
Oats New Ec to Me.
Hsy Tlmotby,8 5J9; prairie, M to B.
Straw ft. 50.
Butter Choice to fair, 16c; frean creamery,
Heus 6c per pound.
Spring chicken, I2.50&S3 per doxen.
CatUe Butchers pay for corn fed steers.
tt5c; eows and heifers, ScC4c; calvee, tcQ
Spnnff Lam t 1 S0QC3.S0.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
His Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
114 W. nd St.
1 WettiM jjj
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
Ladles9 Walking Skirts,
Largest assortment in the
Ladles' Felt Hats,
Over 500 to select from
at prices from ,
89c UP TO $2 75.
114 West Second Street,
Rock Island Savings Bank
Elock Island. HI
Incorporated Under the
Monet Loaksd Oh Person ax Collateral Ob Real Estate Skoueitt.
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greene wait. Cashier.
Began business July 2, 1890, and occupied
S. B. corner of Mitchell
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in spring salting will be
found now, on display at Gus Englin's. Spring suits
$18, $20, $22 and $25 and upward. Call and examine
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
JOBTT M. rAETDOaT. HEBTET A. FAEJDOsT
PAI?IDON 5c SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Paper Hangers, Calclmlners, Etc
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
Spoil a Good House
to save $a worth of paint.
MOUND CITY CO.'S
Horse Shoe Brand
contains no adulterating or cheap
ening material, and cannot be sold
as cheap per gallon as those that
do. Yet it costs less to use than
the inferior kinds because seven
gallons will spread further than
ten gallonsof cheap paint, and still
look best and last longest. livery
can guaranteed absolutely. We
make our own linseed oil and know
every ingredient to be the purest
FOR SALE BY
Dealer in Hardware, Stovss,Tlmrire, etc
Mound Citr Paint and Gregg Vsrnlth.
Moved City Palota absolirterf guaranteed.
-3m HI VE
Four Per Cent Paid on
B. B. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
J. M. Buford
8 oil ol tors Jackson and Hurst.
GUS EN G LIN, ,
SOS aeeoae. Ave
Col on a Sand
8awed 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
ns for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly a' oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. B. A Q. R. R.
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 Room
No. 12. Mitchell A Lynda's build'
AATUUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colon, 111.