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XLI NO. 206
ROCK ISLAND. SATURDAY, JUNE 17. 1893.
Single Copies S Ou
Per Weak ISM OnM
rhe Greatest of ail
No use telling you where we got them or why we are offering these suits
at such ridiculously low prices. What you want is plain talk. We will sell
vou suits worth more than double the price we quote. You know us; when
we name a price it is away BELOW ALL COMPETITORS, and for that
reason we do the business. Look at our suits at
$3.69, $6.39, . $7,39, -
WE GUARANTEE there is not a suit in the lot but which is worth more
than double the price we ask for them. Our aim is to do by far the largest
Clothing business in Rock Island, and we are doing it, BUT ALWAYS
HUNGRY FOR MORE. Compare Prices.
The Furniture establishment of
is replete with all the novelties of the sea
son, purchased for cash from the best
known makers in Grand Rapids. They can
not only save you money, but give you new
and choice designs in Parlor and Chamber
Furniture, sideboards, tables, chairs and
lounges. Thanking you for your patronage
they solicit an early call.
1525 and 1527
Tiie Fashionable Fabric3 for Spring and Summer have
'X.- Call and leave your order
ta.b Block Opposite Hakpkk Housb:
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE: NO, 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
8hop on Vine Street. ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor etnd Builder,
and Shon oo rarhtMnth Street.
il toads of cexpmtet work a specialty- TUatndmUmHmtaHtaadMrtmiilatM
faralatoed oa appltcab .
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Is Life Worth Living?
That Depends Upon Your Health.
Will cure you and keep ycujwell.
For sale at Harper HouselPharmacy.
Jotm Volk Sc Co,
v Manufacturers of
guh Doors Blinds, Siding. Flooring,
sad all Made of woadfwork far oulldars.
l-eea-rli tit a Tkira aaa Fourth are.
GATES ABE OPEN.
No Sunday Suspension of the
SO SAtS Tfifc U. S. COUET.
The Decision Handed Down Today In Cbl
cago, .'bier Justice Fuller Presiding-, and
There la no Going Back of the Returns
The Ruling Is Final.
Chicago, June 17. The United
States court of appeals. Chief Jus
tice Fuller presiding, today handed
down- its decision that the World's
fair shall be open Sundays. Thia
ends all litigation, both sides previ
ously agreeing to no appeal. Fur
ther more one is impossible as it
would have to go to the supreme
court which docs not - meet until
October. The judgeB are unanimous
in their decision.
' Bay State's Bay.
World's Fa:h Groi'mms Ciiicaoo, June
17. The governor of Massachusetts has
enjoyed so far the exclusive honor of being
serenaded by one of the exposition bands
within the gates of 'Jackson park. Gov
ernor Russell was the guest of Executive
Commissioner Ilovey at the Massachusetts
building, and while breakfasting the Iowa
state band Of musicians, from Des Moines,
HANCOCK HOCSE MASSACHUSETTS BUILDING.
left their own building on the edge of the
lake near by and stationed themselves in
front of the Bay State building. There the
young and popular governor was enter
tained with various melodies, for which be
returned " thanks. The fact that Massa
chusetts is the Banker Hill state, and that
today is Bunker Hill day, probably had
something to do with the unusual honor.
Dedicated Bay State's Building.'
Today the sons and daughters of Massa
chusetts, now here permanently or tempo
rarily; all the exposition officials, foreign
and state commissioners, and other invited
guests, nutted in -attending- an elaborate
reception i&ven Governor Russell and his
staff. II is Massachusetts day because it
is the anniversary Of Bufltter Hill. There
were no speeches, t but , genuine New
England reception. Theret never were so
many Bay State men at toe western me-,
tropblis as today.. . The Massachusetts
building was the center of attraction for
them all, and here otd-fashiocl New tng-
iana noMpiraaijKwasispeuseu wun iavisn
r FeottTitles la th Kvenlnfr.
This evening there will be a banquet for
the governor, his staff - and a number of
other prominent people from Massachu
setts by the Massaphusetts society in the
city. At the fair grounds there will be an
elaborate pyrotecjinjeal displny. ' The pro
gramme will be, a gorgeous one and will
include" the facade of the Massachusetts
building at the fair and Hunker Hill
monument in fireworks. . The latter will
be one of the most leautiful set pieces
ever made by Pain & Suite, and will lie
burned in front of the Peristyle at the
foot of the grand basin. Among the
guests at the dedication of Hancof-k House
were: Carter Harrison, General Nelson A.
Miles, General Francis Walker. J. M.
Forbes, Alfred t. IV PUikerton. Potter
Palmer and ex-Governor Alexander II.
Rice. I-Jtoli of these res;w:ided to toasts
res'lectfujj Massachusetts' exhibit at the
World's fair. 1 r '
The Famous Itlul nr.v Stone.
For cent u rier the famous Ularney stifiie
occupied a jtlace in the walls of historic
old ltluruey castle in Ireland. That stop-,
has arrived at t luAVrld's fajL It -was
shipied Uwre rfy'll-iilyAberfi and will
form mi if Hni ill rTil inn i i I" In i Iri.sh
village.. ffXi! been placed in the walls of
the reproduction of liiamey castle, which
which forms a iart of the Irish village,
where it ;..may le kissed by all who have
the. hardihood to be lowered head down
ward to where it is temporarily at rest.
The historic old stone was formally un
veiled by ' Mayor Harrison today. An
elaborate programme hail In-eu prepared
for the occasion.
Illinois Kill tors on a Visit.
The Illinois Press association jtut in a
day at the fair, the first thing being a
meeting in Illinois . State building, where
Clinton Rosette presidedrrtnd speeches
were mad by Major If&jyry, B. B. Herbert,
Mrs. H. K. Starrett (Woman's Press asso
ciation), James W. Scott (of The Herald),
and others. ' The balance of the day was
devoted to an inspection of the bfeauties
and. wonders contained in the park
plaiWnc POLYGLOT PARADE.
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table and Unique Procession of
' Races Kotes;
Jwav Plaisance made its first
grand efl jt into Jackson park this afMr
noon at -A onblock. ft was, half holiday
down-tot fcfhd .the plaisance people pro
posed to iw to the wr)d just what they
Bad in stocic. Tne espoplflon . authorities
are of t(e opinion that even euth a display
as the "KprU-8 fairaffordstasy gKtweari
some tJ: tersiste&t shzhtseers, and there
fore diversions of . all kirids . are .being
plannetjrlrfr the'multitude.Svbich lor n
hour orBAevery day inay relieve the ten-'
sion onfMnds overburdened wjthtjheT-.
fort of trjuig. to cotpprebend hundreds bf
acres of Exhibits, t ,
Colonad $rie of the Tfcltrm Wan gdards,
bad out two companies of United States
regulars -i?'csiiped ou-'tbe.groondk. and
the Mic&iqan, cadets asVord ft ; IWdb
Mora tb ' ,000 .'men, women and,, chil-
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lutuana nunareus or goats, camels," don
keys, elephants, lions, monkeys and other
animals were in line. At the head of the
procession marcheft the United States reg
ulars and cadets with a band. Following
DOME OF THE CALI?6KSIA BVILPISG.
came the inhabitants of the Turkish Til
lage, 500 strong, headed by that
renowned individual "Faraway Moses.''
The members of the Bedouin en
campment, ladies of the harem,
the theatrical troupe, the fire engine com
panies, all the sedan chair carriers, em
ployes of the cafe Chantant, merchants,
sword fighters, and finally all the camels
and horses in the village. . .
The Algerian village turned out seventy
five people, rnnuch's, soothsayers, dancing
girls and slaves, and the Vienna- -bakery
sent its band. Cairo street was depop
ulated for the time being, its camels, don
keys, dancing girls and wedding proces
sion were in line. The cathedral of St.
Peter sent its four Swiss guards in uni
form. The Moorish palace contributed
its native band and the Persian pavilion
its quota of attaches. In fact everything
in the Plaisance or nearly everthrng was
in the parade the rear of which, was
guarded by the Amazons from Dahomey,
equipped in full war cost Time, every one of
them hideously scarred from the many
conflicts in which they have engaged.
Miss Clara Barton, president of tbe
American National Red Cross association,
which is the only national charitable or
ganization in tbe country, visited the
World's fair. Miss Barton is noted for her
kindness. During the civil war she was
famous as a nurse, and was instrumental
in savi ug the life of many a wounded sol
dier. While the Franco-Prussian war eras
in progress she did noble, work in Europe.
At the Johnstown disaster and at-Tnany
other places she has been of great service
to tbe helpless. She makes her head quar
ters at tbe Iowa state building during ber
stay at the exposition.
The children's building is doing a thriv
'ing business in., the nursery department'
and the gymnasium pnctJbe lowir ' floor
proves - a - strong attraction. ClasseaviB
physical culture, rhich.y frrtefl"o daily,
ha-ne been formed - and drilled WT
morning by Pfwfessor JXartung, white tbe
kindergarten department , is "npUlf: CIV
ing op.' 'In the" nursery on the second
floqff trorq fifteen to twenty babies are
daily taken care of.. . , .'t .
, - It being Bunker Hill day tbe conclave of
tbe Sons and Daughters of the Revolution
was held. Exercises for the Sons with
speeches by Chauncey Depew, and others .
were held in Music halL Exercises for the
Daughters, at Woman's building at 2
P- my .
A reception was given by the Ohio
World's fair commissioners to ex-President
Harrison in the Ohio state -building. .
President Palmer, of the national commis
sion. Major Moses P. Handy mfd a number
of prominent World's fair,fncials were in
vited to be present. , .
The Texas building will be open to visit
ors Monday, but there will be no frills.
Texas people are wroth at their governor
for vetoing the appropriat ion and he will
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WUKRB.TKi ANS WILL SATHEU. . - .
not be -on hand. Indeed, if the remark
made by a Texan at the state house is to be
taken seriously Governor Hogg would lie
unpleasantly welcomed by his fellow-citizens
at the park.
Paid admissions were reported again
with the total attendance added, so that
the number of complimentaries issued
may lie seen. For yesterday they areas
follows: Paid, 82,72i: total. 112,972.
. The Sons of the Revolution, with such
distinguished memlicrs present as Chaun
cey Depew and General Horace Porter,
voted against a declaration in the consti
tution to oppose anarchical ideas and law
lessness. Imprisonment and its substitutes was
one of the questions considered by the con
ference of charities.
Humphrey Elected Secretary.
Chicago, June 17. The principal busi
ness of the meeting of the Repub
lican League executive committee
has been transacted, and the committee
adjourned. The struggle for secretary
ended in the election of a man who was
not a candidate Secretary - Humphrey.
The candidates had sized up their strength
and concluded that a contest would mean
k' deadlock. So they insisted on Humphrey
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Chicago wachcen for national headquar-
. j Kittson Heirs and St. 1'a-ulTCGlobe.
St. PaCl, June 17.-The charges' mad
by the Kittson heirs against the St. FaHil
Globe itfhe application made for a re-
. ceiver of Tbe Globe? Publishing company
have,leen"wtthdrawnv All the stockhold
ers have agreed upon" the 'appointment of
Judge' Charles EJflandreau as receirer-fpr'
the newspaper publishing company, , sad
the appointment has been uiade
. ' Cut Their Salaries SO Per Cent. .
"NwvTSpbk,' June vll The salaries of
tbe affJeera of the New York Consolidated
. Stack and PetrolerAp exchange : have been
a reduced 20 per cent all around. : -v
Charles White, alias "The Bear," a noto
rious negro thief and ex-convict, was shot
thaough the heart and instantly killed at
St. Louis by Bart Duvis, a first mate on
the steamer Benton.
The directors of Union Theological sem
inary have voted to retain Professor Chas.
A. Briggs in the chair of biblical history
in spite of his conviction for heresy by the
J. R Harris, aged GO, was murdered at
Minneapolis by two men supposed to be
A deficit of between 918,000 and 130,000
has been discovered in the treasury ac
counts of the Order of Unity. Charles A.
Kimpton, supreme chancellor, through
whose bands all the money passed, is miss
ing from his home in Somerville, Mass.
Marie Walnwright is to retire from the
stage at tbe close of the present season and
marry Paul Schultze, the Tacoma million
aire. - ,-,
Sheds belonging to the Louisville and -
! Nashville and Illinois Central railroads, at
.New Orleans, were burned, causing a loss
During the past week the state board of
health has issued licenses to practice in
Illinois to 338 physicians and thirty-four
midwives. They are the accumulation of
nearly four months of inactivity on the
part of the board.
Leandto Cabalero, chief of the police ot
Leon, Mex., bas mysteriously disappeared,
and is believed to be in hiding in the
United States. An investigation of his of
ficial record shows that he left the city to
Jesse B. Roper, the outlaw who mur
dered Sheriff Ai Byler, of Baxter county.
Ark., last June, has been captured at
Muskogee, L T. There is a reward ot
1,500 for his delivery to tbe Baxter county
authorities. Public feeling is very intense
and mob violence is feared.
Tbe Michigan board of agriculture bas
instructed the commissioner of the land
office to withdraw all Michican college
lands from tbe market.
Tbe Viking ship now at Newport R. L,
is high and dry upon tbe bar at the lower
end of the torpedo station, being cleaned.
It has been entirely stripped Of its sea rig
ging and when it is floated tbe crew will
begin rigging in the true Viking style.
It is believed in Paris that the condition
of President Caroot is much more serious
than is stated in the official repoTtsregard
ing his illness.
The comptroller of the currency at
Washington has issued a call on the stock
holders of the defunct Capital National
bank at Lincom, Neb., for a full assess
ment of (100 on each share. In this way
1300,000 will be realized.
A Nebraska man has 100 acres sown in
Tbe Congregationaliat says that this is
the season in which some churches ex
amine the 'building for sufficient justifica
tion to announces- "Cburcn closed during
Jeommer for repairs."
Mr.. Beckett, a LiberaLbas been deprived
of hiet in parliament, on the ground
that bribery' was used in aeon ring it for
bim. f , .. .- -. . . . - f.
Fargo. (K. D.) capitalists have decided
not to rebuild the city unless the local pro
hibition laws are repealed.
- v: Scientific Expedition.
Pbixceton, N. J., June 17, Princeton
will this week send another scientific ex- -pedition
out west. Professor William B.
Scott will be in charge of the party, which
will consist of about thirteen men from
the upper classes. - The -object of the ex
pedition is' the finding of fossil remains of
prehistoric animals. The expedition will
spend , about eight weeks in the north
western part of Nebraska and southern
Dakota? ' ' -
National League Base Ball.
Chicago, June 1". The scores at base
ball made by tbe League clubs are as fol
lows: At New York Chicago 10, New
York 9; at Boston St. Louis 4, Boston 5;
at Baltimore Cincinnati 7, Baltimore 19;
at Philadelphia Pittsburg 7, Philadel
phia 12; at Brooklyn Cleveland 5, Brook
lyn 7; at Washington No game, rain,
The Loral narketa.
Corn 45?i4Se. :
Hay TinxKby, 514.00; upland, SlO&ll ; eJousb
J9. 00; baled. S10.00ll.0O.
Butter Fair to choice, 23 iic; creamery,
Em; Froth, 13 S 14
l'oultry Chickens, 12Kc; turkeys 12V
docks, l-'Kc; gueee, 10c.
mrrr xb vbobtablks. '
Apples ft 00 perbbl.
Potatoes S3 93c.
Onions $4 .00 per bbl.
Turnips tiOcpur bu.
Cattle Batchers pay for er.rn lea st .e
4514 V4c; cows and neifet. 'JHtt3!c calve
IS ON TOP
Costs less than Half
and pleases much better!
than the over-priced and
overV endorsed" kinds.
'Jiicne .for yourfcelf,'