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THE AliGUa 7EDNESDAf, JANUARY 31. 189.
3 YOU I7MIT TDAT Do You Want that Do You Want to Sec' Clearly witE Those Old. Weak, Wat- cry Dim, or Cataract Eyes of Yours ? If so. go and Consult DR. HOUSE, Rock Island. If ou are too poor to pay came and from jonr pntnr.) II Tn mi- able to pay -bat htx treated, and I will wail on o. W. OiELEY atatiMMAir. wmi a KMn; Had 1.14 SUtteea tear, aad er lrtlad Thraaah HKw. Jn1llv t.?t. 1 Ir Co lld depraf nr1ral 'onrat'oa a Fraak Mnwnf.'4 Cherry Kcwl til', c i- ta nini, Whk k a u ks llif to fntl STat 'Hi f.a swiff M k lite W Bra Frank ara laky twrt ,--. d. dr ppl a smile nf .arfcalwarid la ki. far arcidM l. lb. m nal 4 k arid raa tali, wk a-rli and ia- Ik K4ari nf tb left .... It 4 -.rrnr tb hoi lima af tk w at t th liudvl, i4 a k.a tne BoourU kvafcad as Ik a. uii gnrw -v la.r, a 4 k It a..r Im. ah, ta kr.?ht kmsgh .itknr toatrM iae. anil' two a I. bnl ki tn assy dn-tur. bai ami voaid irtjih cat .mart kt a sl b mt taiff.. 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W. tr.td al'k r.trl 4nrtnr. i'k aa k-n-t aatil I ana bat tn ur. oJr tkraa aarka aen. Ha riaaina I ana taair trnta k tkrnat aad knari. n pBJ Hp th lmp m kr can. aud M br btartag m alaaoat aatfvet. Oar4ar. Borrt. to aar: -My ha4 "- rw4 fw 01 jnr. I aa. nprrati-d aa la tn rraaa la ;nn ago bat lk aprra'ttj) a a ad Or. ..ffr rpr4 aa at taa a-nnth. ag ir4 atraifcta4 tbai arf'tlr ta aa. talnnla, l aij (lght la alack la-arur.4-" Pt.J.l Wbltaf Mrti.oa.Wia. mt:-- took a 4alkn 14 ft ar. at anbllrCtlrt a4 k rranrt a kwg taraor trata kl. ana a.4 n.p4 an Ik I .h.. mJt . . j - . a . bwia taatai! Blb aklJ4 acalbx aad tH. Vfnt4TI nf - aar!-Mr ka- k4 Taa tng- thr f, taiary aaa ataa far Ibrr tma. tr.inCnaaarai4aaklnaK4 " a gaoa aon u aania. IV. JaaaknaortMsna, tl.. a..-! tw Ir. Itl?'WaM'Wr, ,r" btlfa j tbai bad kaaa l4 ra.at. rnar aadgar. tb ratat barfMtalhU Itvaatk arauiaa anatratloa I ttar aaa aad aa air.l Dr. nlwarl af Mlackana at rati. Mllaaak.. Wi,.ta7: "I .It. t-nfl.ia itaot a Laiata f Htra tkaaUrrr. Ikaaaa-rattva aa. akltl. fall aad aahial dad bad Ika baCai aaada a fil imwrnw." I. Albtrt abatk. f tb Mat? York Ryt tad tag liiiraaKi. aarat Tkn-dlajatfj a la Uaa artik raptd atrld aiadt ka atadk-al uliaaa. aad I aa at aba aaaa4at la bag a7ajaa)aja af aaff braaakta Mr. Klajytb btattb. lkrVta. , CL. bad aoiy. (trS) ataaWi W taaW aMI"aat QaW aral yaPeWPa) Aafeat WfgkJ) dbdba rald a by Dr. Cat Iaa laajbd af abkaag aaia. Mm 1. A.rraat. M V. Wlaatbi 4 trvtna af tikb traw tk taa. atrtat Don't forget At ths Hirper House, Rock CATABRfl GUDED? Deafness Cured. COFFEE at the HARPER Feb. 6. 7. S, 9 and 10. t treated FREE. Btivg m letter not got the money, com and l.e COFFEE, 2. D. Tie ta. atari torn era dlrrmr-it in lb t ttrtatat tn cnlnm ia tb laal two awaito. II ftt-t, ratrrb la o: c rr waaa.tnibr: ata cbt' rrn..vra in one miaatt. Privat rrfrr.n rr rart iiwratnl a:Mm in tk ritr. tf-tail tkr.aw. of araiart aad ao:ra la tfc cirnrt a on t aa'm'nt. ila. fitted a d all c lxan at ik.tjt. aar, aoaa aad tkreat enraa qatf-a.. it i ngr. a itarg to ruaini ttnr raw er r Urrh aa irafo aad la id ran in pork lau'i. no tkta tr p M rriir.tAtkmrraar.br' ba. aiih amtitral rat af catkarrbat tiraf- am. ii proonr.Hicarrrj cat mat a) aim liar n lt-rr. H kr l-vrnt car j.t aa rrr-ir- ard ta k' haok antbauteoaiairat. II. ran nfrr la aa a' eaar rr4 ra aad araend thVg cut. band oT- to Joar titrada Jam. Main., nf Molm. bmaikt k'a Sa,.tf tBj Mt tobrr. bkakad tor gnpproa Trvr in. n1 art bnr atit-t a rna'at a dr ta tart lia a raaM a-artag nf t. bran, a ro a baa ri.gnMi.d. la norr.ka rb n tir.d drafirr. la na nar. miH7rd rat.t with drata. ta tb ctbrrrar.aad gnt gradaaU' anra aatll ahr can it ExaaniaaM.ia hn 4 a dldV" ni aad nMarrnrr ! ra-arrk. r tract aa and thlrkatts draaj nrvkraria. coqM b.ar a watch iaa iackr -a riabl an aad ajlnt rfc. car ta tb Wt: kai to n-a ta aratntt nvlo nr bra d. awoaanatha tr-biaatal anr-d ta ao.a rnmol-1r. rr-ot rd nranag m no ot arnaad kara ika.kr aaa dtaf ana ratarrbi. rand, bk kad bira trtt1 tj tkraacsgraat aanrta T. Hi!, riflb a-raar. n-k t'laavl. ka nn'krrd aarar aad anla r.mla? r ar 10 tnn la Wit arrHi!g rrrw ao.a louryruitn arr a ti.aina rt a ocunni aad aan ta l Bl cr trravBil, ana tk-a rrr arrd it to k fw. adj a b bra to an dnrtarnc II. arrnTd tk ani a. a tihlr of aatrr a mat utntrrab.lta kirn. andtk-a follnarrd k i tig .b. tk eaa of ra: rna'l not krar a na rk, not rn art: 14 traraart. Had nrj kd ri. rra.no.. ;tfcruat and tu- ard aaidd. r drara tacmhr.act laving tltt, a.d 'Bbr alaoa4 wnif'T rlm r .rt trttaaat taaamrrd U.4 I larr. anMlai'n artr arMr'i aia Itrtbn. adaaardiaarj roarrratiaati.'ht frtl awar. and aora-.t tuutif ct"' Pnbrrt K rktaan. of M i iaa. M rraranf aa n.ap'rtrl. rv.i ia no v, and aan.allr deaf la th nkr tog I Tr. and had aroit a good d..1 nf rnnart aiik diatnaat aurlat.. i-b at a fit Km trrand tlim tltac ky at and nrrt k tar at ana aaanrg Baton par. act . I coaid fiVri Vt car lib Ikeac. "fc. ao;rd nr a 'i.t aaa aar!t. and tniar'pal af rn rfiamiiir rr ana r.ar laamary. aa. n I Tr nr bnanttal nrkTBc, ard a a grad J atanf brrrof tb lltag acdical rllrrr a tb I ai'-d :taa. H ba dor nor for draf aarftl. ikaa prababig aor rbTlciaa ia lb c.aa tfjr. flc'awar.uaotratlni Irota angacofihc IraA kf aad r ax a at tk aor Id. aal abit lb tat of vr. veer eitc.Tej tea ier trcauaf ocaf a: trr. M. J i An Unriat. tirnlraanraf Iii.tr f th rar.la B kvarat fctrdtcal call. ': "Tbtr diawf-f. rctaatkaai la it .biicttg. at avaitaioa. la it r a)t in a claf f car, coa- IS.tr Inr abkn It U aacttar aUjt i adtaarr nf .h rM trnataarnt, aad rboald b hsraljed witb drlikt. Irr. kritoa. of Nrw York, tb rai'nct t ear nta riall!. aha ba nprratrd oa 400 tan. rraotr( in rar orara aaa 1 1 p ana ar ua ar.aT: "Tki. diwtrt will car a rta of tavana that antblnf aoold traat. ic-pt tb kaifa. a r air iaa to btv n a nirirMi. Tr J. . Blarbara of t, PbL Mloa.. aar:- "1 bar bad tk Baaaor of anrlig Dr. 4jcff- aarrat oa th. r Inr Cfoaa ere Bad rroorr btrrsiai or la froa tk 7s arrcral tan BBa I roaM if tnrr t a nruiHrt in tk coaatrr waa nprraica aavr aaiiiaii; utaa a. Ir S. 11. Oram, of arorc.. 111., rara: ! kBbrrrmiogaf fnr.ig trara. I vl.i'rd ktca r t " and wa. rsaaa tad b two af tb atadi.g nraU-. and tack k.id at I coaid aot b kraadtkad. , tadrr lr. C'oflrc'a aaw Traatu n ray kranrg war rttorrd at rrat oac-aklf la tr aamataa. Dr. aVtaora. of kock r jnl. Ill I. year nf lg. aat at I aaa area growing aaf for lDveais. and wa t train (a Chttago by lh lra-l,n oca ltd aadaaraM.lih aa kaaadu fir. Kfn'i traaav ant brfrud b txaiadtktrlr. aad I bar aa taaltaarr ia .ajlnjr tkat b kanwa Baorc shoal thr car thaa aay bii I vrrr bacw." TrC . Brow of Wkl water. Wi. , rT,: I B .brat ia Brawuw la tk Kaw York bva pltavl aad aa ar ia Bamp aaanar tb leadiac poeinlaat and I atr aaw an nralit aad aarnd taat eaald aaarat with tk raw aad akiU af Dr. Cntlr. aad gl .ack rvaalt. Ua aft ttbM Ml I Haalkvrt of taciaa. W1 atr: -1 look nor bn with a OfJtaitd aad crawbad aaa ta lr. Cofr at tb Mrrrbaat' Hotel aad kr a dif acel aparat'oa of taaaattoc bale af boa a vnn aw .at. atrcaan ami aaaa call aparat'oa of MMaila petcaef t-labttd ta aa fiiiatrlr. It wi at charfy hat tk rraalta war a fad if a atr of cm Bad Ik atb MiamT-.a; a lara baly r. taaa fmaa th aoa af 4nfataat aatkaabi aad Barer aaat a aaar. akillf valor, aa aenlgk tneaad tb eroo eyes la J aat fun moadi aad wltaaatkaia.-- the dates. Isfcnd, Feb. 6, 7, 8,9, 10. HEAT ARTILLERY Brought to Bear on the Income Tax Measure. 00COAF8 ELOQUEfCE LET LOCSE. to Iktaaaar th Meaaara aa tTtrl craltr aad Jllaaedl at th I" matripte of Ika r.attaaaat A Urn ta Create Claaiea la This Caaartry anal all aTraata ayaataabi at Bias Bat eh Jadg Cats leldi tha aaaaaal Caaa. Wamiinoiwn. Jan. St. Tb oppooimta t tbe incoma tax put forward their heaviest guns for tbe ercoad dy attack that tnrwAure. There waa Bourkr, Cockraa with his tloqncnt tongue, and Tom Johnson with the straight-out free trsue argutnents. while to Brraa ot Nebratka waa aignrd the duty by tbe frieoJt of tbe rtintur of filling any breaches made in the works bj the fire of the ant ia. Olarr stvakers were Bit rt left ot Xrvr York, aati-incoma tax; IVndletoo at Wr4 Virvinia. and Breckinridge of ArkanMU fur the bilL, Tan Johama aad Carkrma. Tom Johnson of Ohio foiiowed Breckia inridee with a snsatiuiaai and theoretical arraiainnicct of the incotne tax proposi tion which pire him an opportunity to ad vocate the imposition of the Henry George land tax. Among other things be said: I will vote for your income tax bill if I mut, aa I will vote for your tariff bilu but, as a Hemocrat, I protest against the one as I protest u:aiiut the other, as aoti-ik-niocralic measures, involving iauit to labor." Cockraa followed as the especial cham pion of tbe llemot-ratic opposition to the incouie tax. As soon as be aroae in bit place the bouse grew quirt. Members awnng tbeir chairs arouud to listen aad the Ksllrries grrw atirntive. For over so hour tbe great Tamniany orator poured rortit bis eloquence against tue income tax. Nail Hoped for a Slraisht Tote. He l.ad btlrd. be began, that the tariff bill would be allowed to come to a vote ua vexed, undisturbed, free from all danger of embarrasMug side isues. He bad hoped that the LVmoeratic party would firt re- drem its pMgrs larfore it organ to indulge the vagaries of its mrnibrrs. Those w ho opposed this pmpts.it ion were to be sub jected to a new test of loyalty. While will- tni: to vote for the tan IT bill, they were now as Veil at the la-hrt of a party caucus to a shx inl tax on Vi.tMJ out of 07.im.liUof people. When a proposition goes further than mere taxation and is delilierately de- sicnexl to tax a class, those who believe in equality rn-fore tbe law must array them- selves ai;aint it. larrlarea Ihe Itilt t'n-Iraiorrat ic. it bleaks all tbe fundamental princi- plrs of DcmtH-rary," aid he, "at the very root of the gouerument: it is the entering wrde in tbe shape of retaliatory legisla tion in this country. What reason is as signed for bringing forward such a propo sition Why should a harmonious militant party las plunged into discord by this proposition It is brought in utxia tbe a-sumpt ion that the Wilson bill will pro duce a dr licit : upon the assumption that exist:r.g cui.iutions of bus,ix-s an un parallellrd period of Btniiation in our history will continue. I have said before. and I say now. that if 1 larlievrd tbe Wil son bill would produce a deficit in the revtnue it would not receive my support. n oaM snppnrt a t aivrraal Taa. As I tippose discriminations against the poor, so 1 oppose discriminations against the rii-a. n yea will put an income tax on erry man. wan.au and child in the l'nite.1 St.ttrs I will support it. Vou think Ut.s ia a popular move. Vou are mis tancn. I liere is ler tiemrgngy among theeople than among the politicians. never found a laboring man wbo vranted snything except equality befcre the law. 5 rtue cf you Ull us this tax upon tbe rich will supnr.-s anarrhy. tircat bravcn! do grr.tirmen understani what that means i Io they not see it means that we are about to outstrip them in the rare fnr anarchy? Again they tell us it will in crca. tbe iiiuret in politics. Will you increase tbe tntervst in politics hy taxing vr.nt and allowing ;,'. to go un taicU?"' SAYS IT IS ALL WRONG. A SUM lata Miasary aad a (lianas That firings Oat 4. rent Applaaae. He said it was all w rong; a measure that would create classes here. Then he dived Into ancient history; told how tbe feudal system fell before the attacks ot the bour geoisie of France, which gae tbe crown support because tbe crown was friendly anu leufiaiism hostile; now the crown finally grew carrlens of tbe interests of the smoll earners, taxed them unmercifullv, and "liberty struggled to its feet, indiffer ently lighted tbe castles of its oppressors with the torch it bad kindled to guide its own steps, until staggering and blinded by tbe very light it hod created it Ml dying in tbe hands of Bonajiarte." (Trenien- ootts appiause.l when order was restored Bryan of Ne braska, the champion of the income tax. took the floor. In the course of his speech be referred to a recent showing that VI per rent of the United States own only about '.9 jer cent of tbe total wealth, while the remaining 9 per cent own 71 per cent of the total wealth. isaid he: They call that man a states man whose ear is turned to catch the slightest pulsations of a pocket-book, and denounce aaa demagogue tbe man who dares to listen to the heart beat of humani ty. Ward McAllister, the leader ot the New York four hundred, said tbe other day that the income tax, if adopted.'would compel many of the best people of New York to live abroad where living is cheap er; but while there will tney stay "Who will expel himself rather than sup port hi government Who will choose to live under a monarchy even without an in come tax rather than live ia a republic with aS per cent, tax If such there be. let them depart. We can better dispense with their wealth than submit to the con lamina- tioa of their presence. At the close of Bryan speech be waa accorded an ovation rivaling that which bad just marked tb close of Cochran a attack on the Maarki Owl tha Kalghlav WasaixcTox, Jan. 81. Tbe decision ot Jaife Cox in tbe hi. of L. case against Sec- Ntavrr Cattish ia brief sveath knights bo atanding ia court, and that the question praaaail I a ks not ceae of law, taut of policy. ntttaM uu- avpplicaUoa and to plalnanf will appeal. Taa Byaat- old aoa of C T. &nmett while itwadowa and killed ty aa ILLINOIS REPUBLICAN EDITORS, i They Cathv at Poaria to Disease "Blabs tr Bad Tbiae- ' ' PtORIA, Jan 31. The Illinois Republican Editorial association met at s p. tn. in the parlors of the National hotel and listened to an address of welcome by Mayor Miles on behalf of the citizrnsof Ieoria, the re sponse bring made by W. K. Jewett, of the lktnvtlle News. The presioennt na dir, by (.corral Smith t. Atkins, of the Krernort Journal, was the feature of the cssion. aud tieneral Atkins, who wasfotv hol among Abose who have been instru mental iu organizing the association, look occasion to announce that he must pos itively decline a re-election. It is under stood that the general will hereafter pre tent himself for the Republican nomina tion for state treasurer, and would prefer that the State Kditorial association should not be involved ia that matter. The evening; pro mamma opened with an address by Captain K. J. Pearce, of the Whitehall Republican. Hon. t. i. cai houn spoke on "The Republican Party," snd S. W. Kes-ingr, of the utchneia Monitor, opened the tariff discussion with paper on "Tlte Tariff Are We Amer- icausr-' - Short addresses followed and con- eluiled the evening session. This tuormug at the business meeting railed for ! a. m. sharp." there was an election of officers and addresses by S. W. Nichols, of the Jacksonville Journal, and General P. C. Hays, ot the Juliet Repub lican. Was It for Shooting th Editor? liEKi.IN, Jan. 31. tkncral Kirchoff, who Kinie time ago shot Dr. Hnricb, tub-editor ot The Tagrblatt, has been decorated ith a biah onlcr. Tbe shooting of Dr. (arH b was caused by an article published !n The Tsgeblatt telling ot the allegeu lonement of General KirchofTs daughter with a servant of the family. Kirchoff went to Dr. llarich 's house and wanted iiui to sign a piper calling himself a scoundrel and a bar. The editor retusea A3 sign the paper. Kirchoff then drew a revolver and tired two shots at him, one of which wounded him slightly. Dr. Harish was afterward fined l.OUImark and sen tenced to six mouths' imprisonment tor publishing the article. Van Ankra iot There, bat la Rad Shape." QiTNCY, Ills. .Jan. 31. A. M. Van Auken, wanted here for the alleced forging of the name of President J. K. InguIIs, of the Big Four" to a boriXfof 1,000. started for Quinry to explain matters or give himself up. At Kubauks, a station north of bene, he started from tbe smoker to the rear coach and was thrown from the platform. lie was picked up ly the next train and his skull foetid slightly fractured, lie is now at the hospital, unable to speak or hear. He had no oagagge, and there waa but U) cents on his person. Vive klanplosnaent ta -OO Men. Joliet. Ills., Jan. . The rod mills ot the Illinois Steel mill have started up, giv ing employment to 200 men. The con verters have been run for one week with tsJU nun, and more will be put on next month. Next Thursday, after a stoppage of two years, the rail mill will start up and it is thought that the mills will run steadily for at least six- months. Many mailer factories are commencing to run full turn aud tbe manufacturing business begin to brighten up. At Ihe IVa a ith a Tnttgh t.ang. Asamo-A. la., Jan.Sl. Slieriil J. M. E. on, of Vinton, has arrived at the Iowa penitentiary with the gang of robbers who held np a Northwestern passenger train about three months aco at Luzerne. The names and sentences are: James E. Con way. 15 years: John II. McKinney, lu years. and James Martin, 15 years. They are the toughest and most noted gang of train rob bars ever received at tbe prison, having been in nearly ail tbe prisons of the east unucr amert-ut aliases. Dtaawl Baldwiaa Head. Dl'LCIU, Minn., Jan. 31. Since Major Baldwin, congressman from this district. said in a speech in tbe house the other day that if there was anything in Minnesota deader than the Duluth chamber of com merce since be left its presidency he could not hud it. 1 here has been great indigna tion among its members, and a meeting has been held at which his rcsiunation as preskk-nt was demanded and the date of lus successor s clectiou set. Impelled ta Commit Suicide. ' LoilsriLLE, Jan. 3L Mollie Roath. a young milliner who banged herself in this city, was impelled to the suicide by the saddest and sternest motives of self -sacri fice. She lived alone with her old mother. and had been for some time out of work. She had her life insured for fci.ODO ia tbe Knights and Ladies of Honor, and despair ing of obtaiuing employment killed herself thai ner mother might be saved from waut. aatolU Ue porta CoaSnanL ST. Locis. Jan. 30. A St. Louis priest has received a letter from a friend at Rome confirming the information printed that Archbishop SatolU is to be relieved of his duties as apostolic delegate, and to be ap pointed archbishop of Uologne at the next consistory, aud adding that Archbishop iieiauu is to suocreu .arcuiMsaop rtatnlll - - apostolic delegate. 4Srcat Fira at Oldhaaa. London, Jan. 30. A dispatch from Old ham says that the Rye Mill company's cotton mill of S.UU0 spindles has been de stroyed by fire. The tire began at o'clock and spread rapidly. Several of tha firemen bad narrow escapes from death and serious injuries while combating tbe flames. The loss is estimated at about tvUO.UW. Ha Died at th Tap af the Bill. Cripple Cheek, Colo., Jan. 31. One ot the six-borse coaches from Midland brought to camp here a broken hearted mother with a dead baby boy, a little more than 1-year-old, in her anus. Tbe child died just at tne top or toe nig bill overlooking the city, Its parents are Mr. aad Mrs. Caasius M uiwson, 01 Chicago. aloha. L. Has a Bad Haad. Bbidcepobt, Conn., Jan. 31. John I. Sullivan is at a hotel ia this city. Buffer ing from a badly swollen right hand. It is rumored that - blood poisoning tuts at tacked him and that his condition is such as may preclude any further fistic eAorts a his part. Tdtdaight Meet lag aa daaobltca. Losuox, Jan. 31. The Jacobite held a tnetaorial act-vice at midnight in order to commemorate the anniversary of tha exe ratian of Chark-s L who waa beba-aded ia 1MB. Tber also decorated the status of Charles 1 at caanng cross. Tha Caass Agahua Pavey. ertUX4.riU, Ilia, Jan. 3L In the of taa people ra. ex-Auditor of State Try Judge Shirley baa set Feb. u aa data lor Ui hariay. Pa- MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Mew Ytk riBarjclat. t Nlw Yokk, Jsa. 30L Money oa call easy. Offered at I pet seat. (Tim BBexcaatile pswr 3lt par cent. 8traag exchange arm, with actual business in banker s Irius at 4JSMt' lor tlenuuid and st44i4t for sixty days; posted rates tsunis-v. Commercial hills tKHt tttM. tMltrrr certificate. 4VC:; no sa.ea; Bar sihrar , McxK-aa dollars, Vi. United states loat.4s recular. inv; 41a 4 coupons, 11; do i't fti; Pacillc s af 10, w York Craln and rradace. New York. Jan. BV Wheat February. l-MooMas May. I it-laoigaW- . Rv XominaL Con Dull; ontions Ko. i opened easier with wheat and steadied up later: February. CJVn .1e: March. 44V,c: Muy. 44 15-Mc. Uats-Options o. s qaiet all the morning: track whito. 34d3c; track wbite westrrn. olxUHc Pork Dull; new is $14.Vai.:i; family. Jli.5iUiI6.Uu. abort carar. BtaiS(ii;.Uu. Lsrd-hasy; prtra west era sttam. Ss.uS notninal. Chicago taraUa aad Prod aaa. - cuicsoo. Jan. 9k FollowiDZ wT the etiolation oa tb Bosrd f "traae touay: Wheat Janukry. opened B'c, closed iVV: May. opened 43tc. cloted &PL i July, atpraed SiHC. ciosea aac Corn Jaunary. oponed . ckansl iVe: May, opened :-sc. closed July, opened c, ckaed 3ft?. (lata January, opened ?$ac, ekwed StVt May, oi-uediH-sc ckaasd SP-ac: July openwl -H closed &zc l ork Janu ary, oiieoed lio.'T. close J tliaf; May, opened 4)14.1". cluecd i.l.-i. Lard January, op ened t..nT, eluded t.3.r. Produce: Itatt -r rancy separator. Hid ffc per ll; fancy dairy, ajitiic; packing stock. UHsllc t-jgt rr stock, lac par aoa. Dro ad Poultry-Chickens. S!Jc per lb; turkeys. M3 ;! duck. HHte; Keeae. tQSc. PotahsM Kurltauks l-o s?r bu: Hebron' Sou j-: tariy ltos-. 4Sijic: mixed Iocs. siiV-c. Sweet Potatoes I Uiuois, il.do.viUJ per b:tl; Apples Uood i3..'s.i6 j0 per bid. Cranberries Jersey, il.."Vi.i ot) per bU. Honey Whit clover, 1-lb sections, 14c; broken comb. lojiMSc; dark comb, goo.l con4iuoa IJc; stramea Cali fornia, aoac s-r lb. Chicago Live Stork. Chicago. Jan. 30. LiVJ Stock The prions at tb Uuioo rliock yards tolay tanned as foUow.: Jat- tie Keoipta for the day. 4.UJU; no ship ments; market ior, weak and unset tie J: too many cattleia sukt at iutr.or points: f t.otja 4. for lair to icood; no extra here; others sa.aii..vi. tioAt Kereipts tr tie any, ship ment nun: market active and luc lower; packers aud nuxrd, ta-'JunViu: prime heatry and butcher weights, o.dtirii.aj; prune ligat J. tX.i-K rh -ep and La.ah li x- ii.ts fjr the day. I2.UII; iu shipments, market steady; 4i sheep, top lambs, t)4.1da.A The Loral Markets. saa.lK.B-tO. B'best W" Corn New, 35e. Oats- c. Ha. i-?mohv. Jt": ncUnd. I92J10: sknuh. Ua, rifcI6 raocTJcB. Butter Fatr to rbotce, SOCiSJc; crramary, ffr. Eitrs Frerh. c Prtltrv Chickens, dressed. 8c: tnrievs. rlress- ej, its:; aacjw, aressea, sjiioct goese, sjioc, rsrrr ass vrstru au a. Annies f5fre.)?er bb Potato. 4.'j;te. Onions V per ba. Turnips & Jc acr bo. tuv STOCK. 4?stt!e Butchers as for cnr fad ale 'is It4sie; cows sad helfcta, --t54c caitas ataas. HOC 4 4tW Sheep Sc25c Coal Soft Taa"-; hard. tS.S0. Wood Cord B4.U0; taae4,$i.09. Large llry Gonlt More Bamed. M.vsos City, Ia.,.Tan. 3L TheXew York store, the largest dry goods establishment in the northwest, and owned by John Boreland & Co., caught fire at o'clock. and is now completely gutted. There was no wind, and the probabilities are that the tire was cenhned to that building. The stock is valued at from t-KWO to ,(, and is covered by rio.oco insurance. The goods are totally destroyed. "vhen Hsky -r-rts sici, we pa-re her Castoria. Yirhra she was a Oild, she cried for Cantoria. Tinea she brcasie miss, she ciung to Castoria. WIhsi bail Clulrcn, iie are tiiem Castor a Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla Lane's Family Medicine moves the Doweis eacu uay. Aiost people need to use it. Cii.c??esiCryfor Pitcher's Castorla. Conp-hinf leads to consnmntinn Kemp's Balsam will atop the courb -it once ChUdreri Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Miss Mary Proctor, daughter ot the late distinguished astronomer, is in Philadel phia and delivered a lecture there on "The Uiant.bun apd Hi Family." Old Time T.lothoda of treating Colds and Coughs were based on the idea "" of sup pression. We now know that "feedinw a cold" is good doctrine. Sc-Qli's En"Hnn of cod-liver oil with hypio pnospnites, a ncn tat-tood. cures tne most stubborn cough when brdirurv medi cines have failed. Pleasant to take; easy to digest Stylish Dressers. : aanaAPg4 jgftjr- , artificers. No hurried, knocked-together-witli-hammer-ari nails work, rhey re honest. - You II say so when you exan. All-suiting prices. . Enduring Furniture of ine them, kinds. AT W. S. HOLBROOK'S, 103, 106, 107 E. Second Street, DAVELSPOPaT, Ia. TelepbOBe 418 BASKS. THE MOUNIb STATE SAVERS BAUK. nolise, m, OfBeeOorDer Tnfte.th threat aad Third are. CAPITAL, 8100.POO.OO. Sacceedt the Molice Sa-rlne Eaaa. Organised UM i PtrClIT 1STIUST ?A ii m. Orgaslaed nader Bute Lswa. Opea hoatla. nutot sad Wednesday sad aatarday Bights frcm7 to 8pm Pbbtbb 8mm, - - President 0. A. Bms-soKTat, - Yice-PTBtdal t. F. QamaJtWAT, - . ( - CsetiieT Maanoas: Porter Skinner, W. V. Wells, P. A. Ko, H. A. Atusworth, . B. Kdwarfa, W. H. Adams. Andrew Fiibera-, C F. Hasacawsy, , UTrsrs Darting. Western InvestmentB GUARANTEED REAL ESTATE LOANS aud for private parties in the garden spot of tbe west by the Orchard State Bank at orchard, Nebraska . K. W. Dabt. President. J. S. Dabt Cashier. BBFXRXNCEs. BWceen A Lynde. Bankers. J. F. Bubuuon, Carhieritock Island ationsl Back. C.C. Carter, W.D. Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Rroers. OBrteauondenee .oUcttad. PK0FE3SI01TAX CARDS. ATTOHXEYS. R. C. COXKSLLT. B. B. 05NtM.T. CONNELLY CONNELLT. ATTOXKY9 AT LVWHtck Island. Ill Mtm Smtnntl livw M i.i.A . k - .... bank. Mooevloaaed. JACKPOV miRST. ATTORXrrsi AT I.AW-Offl-e la Hock Island aatioaa: Bank bnildinir. Rork t.lutd. 111. C. I WSLKXB. 8WEESEY c aVALKER. ITTOPSKYS ASO COCKKLLOHS AT LAW Offlce ia Besgstona block. Hock I.Ian d. IU. CHAHLtS J. SEARI.E. ATTORS BY AT LAW LKS AL TjrelSKSS all kiaas Ofrra O aUecded to. ie' At torney of hock Island uoonty. Offi.-e: Post Office Block. . McENIRY Ar McENIRV. ATTORN8 b At LAW bona saoney on good " seen-'y; make collecUnna. K.lerenca, Mitchell at iyt e, banker, office in PostoJk-e blook. PHYSICIANS. DR. ASAY. dhts;ciai and srstiKd'c- HMThlrdA Telephoee Tmi, Rock Island, III. - - . Ofje Boors: 10 a. m. to ik ou, 1 U 1 p. ra. and at aigbt. t. B. HoUowbmah, . D. 4eo. B. Bartb, M. D, DB8. BARTKot HOLLO WBDSH pBTSIint ivBd 9 tdKw.- " r' oe, '" at. llephon 15 BtosirttbccTslglsttt. 118 c." , Dr. Uollowbcab ,.. I kilo la a. as. lBstaadttolp.sa. I to & and 'to Bn.au DR. CHAS M- ROBINSON, PTH BAR, KOtB. AXD TBROAT OXI.Y utbot cCuJoa.k latMtnr. 1H a-.ad Bt. ... , DAVBSrOKT, IA. Hoots: to It aaa: 1 to 4 not. s A-aVJa.IaAB JKJJWT-Booni 3 ta kutcbail LrBd aw ' HAWHORrtT? a. cTrvjlS. . DRmaTa a ITib bcn d avenue, over Kreu A MBta-a. . DRS BICTfLE RmmcMinn D2TisV D,w2J--hebU Lyada-s ' AP0U1TECT8. 1 a-i i i rl n l ll n n n n - EDWARD A.. HAMMATT. Vasjauaaavr, BOCB isntaa, la. L. MUcaeB Laaa aaddbag. GEO. P. 8TAUDTJHAR, Ha."iiaw r iaa aaat ran clan of at tiding. i ns ar aaat as Lead aa.rsw. tab Blbtatob . CltY DFriCERS. W. A. DARUHa. rvrr noniBBR V - BaMbMrlUssbary'si Original with us. 0urT lustration inadequate to their worth. O anywhere; artistic ar.d v. stantial. Your bedroom cunipiete wunout cne. J? thing of beauty is a joy ' ever, happy indeed aretC ...i , "T iiw jj;.-.e:s tiur tlrf-sr-it i " -'X now aDout wearing qUi': ties? UnequaUd. Ma factured from choice ted hard wood-;, l.v c!-:iv. l&'SUBAXCE. A. D. HUESiNG, -Real Estate- AND- -Insurance Agent- Bepretents, among otter t!me-tr!rf anii known Fir Insurance Companies, the toZorf; Poval Iosnrscre Coicpacy.of Eei'kiJ Wesdwrter Fire In. Company, of N". T. Buffalo Oenaaa In. Crnipany, Bcffa.St Rochester German In. Co.. fcnche-ttr X t Cntizras Irs. Co,ot Pittsbura, ta. fun Fire Ottce, Lnndon. Tnian Ids. Co., of Caiirnrnls. Secnrity Ins. Co.. ew Uaven. ronn. btilwankee Mechanics Ins. Co.. If.wiua. 4jerman Fire Ins Co of Peoria,! Office Cor 18th St. acd 2J Art. Rock Island. Iu Established 1868. "THE OLD RELIABLE." HAYES & CLEAVELAIfD 6KKEBAL Rcfresentirg over 40 Million Vo'Aut of Cash asseta Fire Life. Tornado. Accident, Marine, Employer's Liabilitr INSURANCE. Bands of Surety stlp. OFFICE Bsngetcaa block Sock It'.snl, Da, Itsr Docare uar rates: they will in reft yoc J. M. BUFORD, ' General . . . Insurance Agent. nanaaaanHnaMMnM The old Fire and Time-tried Cosasie represented. Losses Promptly Fud. Kates a low as say reliable aaampany ran aiort Your Patroaace ia solicited. 1 A., arva- .ififiBTjnrci .'V. n - a t.t-.-i. . r-- fV'.rT. -i-, J" WtiA-xr ' Save money Ijj buying your decor ated and plain crockery ware, ware, fancv goods, tin ware, cutlery aad everything in the line of kitchen furniaaiaer goods at - mrs. icrrscH'S. UM, US Third A vs. 5 and 10 cent store. EMM nm a - - 3 AVSTHa.A ft ' aigaaakaiS MBfajt kaak.m S HI Baal Ikweaataai I.knaranl BaaaMena ..' I - Csw Bdaarae WainadV afl I aaadrar. caaa Baaaat oa, mm, av i