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THE AKGU8, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1&94.
sks Da&y a WmU a ISM st
J. W. Porrn,
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i sr a critical ec niim.
sormeal sc nngioaa, . save
attack for MMtaattoa. Mo rack
mete wtn ka prists svsr stems Mgaatana.
Owiwiiiimii sollatad IM esr wwmUp
Fst Senator FftATO.ni aUcvaasa
Far Sv.pt. of Schools BnrmT Baas
Tor Tntnnr,.. BsaaaaD J. Classbtt
Trsstre of tb tTni. I la JrxiA U. Sam,
vanity of Mi. TaTto C. Clssussim,
sots ( Calviii L. Piuuim,
For Member of Coortcm Joi W. Ouoi
For Meav. of Go. A-sesblr.....J. IL Mvuiaaa
Tor Coast? Jadge...
Tor County Clerk CAiB O. Wtuun
Tot Sheriff CtoABxaa w. Naort
For Trsas um Cratj D. Oobdok
For lupt. of Schools Cassis B. sUaisau.
Satikdat, October 27, 1894.
Register next Tuesday.
Vote for the new court house, and
be on the side of right and decency.
Japax is smashing China with a
vengeance. She don't seem disposed
to leave enooph for a tea set.
Labor stands solid for the new
court house and labor will deserve
to reap the fruits of the improvement.
The onlv way the new court house
can be defeated, is through indiffer
ence. ! not neglect to vote for it
make a mental note of it now.
Mayor Hopkins says Cook county
will go democratic by a handsome
majority. If it does "it will be a
handsome compliment to handsome
St. Loi i Kcri BLic: Senator Cnl-
lom's special train over the Vander
bilt lines in Illinois cannot run fast
enough to overtake Franklin Mac-
eagh, who Is cutting across the
fields and cooning the fences over the
FHoarrxT are brightening daily
for thn election of Hugh J. Grant as
mayor of rew York. The combina
tion of republicans and democratic
soreheads is weakening, and the
Tammany braves have on their
brightest war paint.
A. T. Forry, formerly of New
Windsor, but more recently residing
id loioraao. Las taken up his resi
dence at Alexis, and will engr.ge in
business there. Mr. Forgy is an un
compromising democrat, and his ad
dition to Cal. I ostclwaite a no tern
tied band will no doubt perceptibly
increase the democratic vote in that
After the offensive comparison.
which Fred Titterington is said to
have made regarding the German
nationality, he displays consummate
nerve in asking the suffrages of Ger
man voters. In fact, a man who is
guilty of making such an insulting
remark an is attributed to Jittering.
ton, is not entitled to the vote of anv
E. It. McKeever. republican can
didate for county superintendent of
schools, is boasting of holding a first
grade certificate in Iowa, where he
claims to have taught in different
localities, tie tails to state, bow
ever, that a first grade certificate in
Iowa only equals a second grade cer
tificate in Illinois. McKeever seems
to be running his campaign on bun-
comrie and misrepresentation.
The presence of Vice President
Stevenson in New York will undoubt
edly prove beneficial to the party in
that state. The vice president is re
ported to be bending every energy
lor the success of Senator 'Hill and
the regular democratic ticket, and
although the length of his visit will
necessarily be limited by reason of
other engagements, ne will inject
considerable western democratic vim
into the canvass.
The Union has been remarkably
tame on the subject of candidates
during the campaign ao far, it hav
ing contented itself with publishing
and rehashing a lot of rubbish about
Sheriff Gordon which was started as
a canard in the first place and the
the Union bit at it. As to the
republican candidates, however,
they have gone begging for sup
port, as far as the mouthpiece of
the paper ia concerned. It may be
that Chairman Collins feels ao abso
lutely sanguine of success that he
does not want the Union to spoil it
by saying anything. The great com.
bined labor and political boss will
find when the votes are counted Nov.
6 that be has again counted his chick
ens before they were hatched.
Clamatt la Cblescc.
Monday last. Hob. B. J. Claggett
placed his time and services at the
command of the democratic central
committee, within the city of Chi
cago, from that date until the close
of the campaign. The city commit
tee took advantage of this offer, and
has been using every hour and even
every minute of his time, and Clag
gett " has proved a great card in Chi
cago, lie has appeared before as
many aa three and four different
meetings a day. At Mueler hall to a
meeting of fully 8,000 Germans last
Wednesday Bight, the candidate for
state treasurer made an hour's
speech, and received a really grand
ovation. After the meeting, leading
Germans entertained Mr. Claggett at
supper at Germania hall, the finest
club hall in Chicago. The Germans
of Chicago, as they become ac
quainted with Mr. Claggett, are going
to work in earnest for his election; and
he is arousing enthusiasm such as no
other candidate from the country
ever received in the city.
Bronchi Back ao Gold.
While Congressman Wilson was
making a speeck at Beverly, W. Va.,
the other day, a voice interrupted
him to ask as to the truth of a repub
lican report that Mr. Wilson had
brought with him British gold to aid
him in a free trade campaign. To
this Mr. Wilson replied:
'I went to England, not for gold.
hut for something more valuable to
me than gold health and I thank
God I brought back no English gold.
dui a restored neaitn, enabling me to
visit the mountains and valleys of
this beloved district and to sec my
frieods again in the battle for the re
lief and prosperity of the whole
people. Thank God I never needed
gold to make a campaign in the
mountains oi v est V lrgtma. British
gold, indeed. If I had wanted gold I
had no need to go to England for it.
I could have secured on this side of
the water ten times the gold I could
bv any possibility have obtained
abroad if I would have consented to
even the slightest betrayal of the
great trust reposed in me."
Tho Public Health.
At a meeting of health officers of
the state held at Springfield, May 18
last, an organization was effected
known as the Illinois State Board of
Health Auxiliary association, the ob
iect beiwr to Derfect a wrmtnent nr-
. n i -
ganization to make every sanitary
wwivcii wucmci a puvsiciuu or not,
a corresponding member of the state
board of health, so that the central
organization may be kept in touch
with the sanitarv ennriitinna nrr!I
. j r
ing in every section of the state, and
enable the state board to place in the
hands of such officers sanitary infor
mation ana instructions lor carrying
out the provisions of the laws of the
state, tor the nrotection of nnhlin
health, and the nrevention and tun.
. t r
pression of contagious and preventa
ble diseases, and to' endeavor to se
cure such additional legislation as
may, from time to time, become nec
essary. I be legislature, which meets
this winter, will he asked t.n
some new measures, and to adopt
amendments to the present health
laws; and it has been decided that
such legislative enactments can best
be secured by a demonstration of the
numerical strength of the associa
tion, and also by agreeing upon what
legislation is nneessarv aftnr a rron
era! discussion by all interested in
all parts of the state, and placing in
the hands of earn health nffirr tho
result of such deliberation in the
shape of bills or amendments for
mally drawn, so that each one may
r);c iiuu urn representative tne de
mand for, and necessity of such leg
islation. With this object in view,
the state board of health, aftnr ilna
deliberation, has issued its call, and
such a meeting will be held in the
city of Springfield, on the 13th and
jviu uay oi iovemier. it is le-
lieved there will be a general re
sponse on the part of physicians and
aanitarv nflinort nf the nt t n T) T
W. Scott, formerly of Rock Island
county, is secretary of the state
i i , . . . .
uuuru anu mucn oi tne wont accom
plished in the line of aanitarv act.
vancement is attributable to his en
ergy and ability.
The McClure series of Napoleon
papers and portraits will open in the
November number of McClure's Mag
azine, There will be 15 portraits of
Napoleon, some of them very rare,
and seven of persons intimately asso
ciated with his career, accompanying
the first installment of an an anecdo
tal study of Napoleon bv Miss Ida
M.Tarbell. This installment deals
especially with Napoleon's boyhood
and youth. With this series of pa
pers there will be in all 75 portraits
The leading article in the Forum
for November will be "The Political
Career and Character of David B.
Hill," by an anonymous writer, who
will attempt to make an independent
measure of Senator Hill's position
and influence in national politics.
In the same number, ex-Senator Ed
munds will discuss the question of
the popular election of the United
States senators a noteworthy article
from perhaps our highest constitu
tional authority, and a man who has
himself had long senatorial experi
ence. The complete novel in the Novem
ber issue of Lippincott's ia 'Dora's
Defiance," by Lady Lindsay, an au
thor who has made her mark in Eng
land, though little known as yet in
this country. It is a brightly teld
story of a very peculiar young lady
who could find no interest in life till
it came too late to be taken in the
conventional way. "An Arizona
Speculation," by Mary E. Stickney,
has the full western flavor, and de
picts a character evidently drawn
from life. Ella Higginson narrates
briefly but forcibly a tragical epsiode,
In the Bitter Boot Mountains." In
Rector Warne's Heresey," Gillam
W. Ford shows how duty came to the
front and drove doctrine into the
background. Virginia Woodward
Cloud brings to life "The Ma Who
wed at Amdneran," and gives nim
something to live for. "The Eoses,"
of which Fannie E. Newberry tells
were sent to the wrong lady, with
curious results. The poetry of the
numuwu uy aioen rajson lernnnv,
John B.Tabb and William H. Havne.
While testifying against his wife in di
vorce proceedings at Kansas City, Will
tain Laccy, of tola, Kas, was accnaed by
Mrs. Laocy of having murdered William
Camming last August.
The American Missionary association.
In session at Lowell, Mass., has elected
these officers: President, Merrill E. Gates,
Amnerst, Mas. ; corresponding secreta
ries. Rev. E. M. StrlekbT, D. D. ; Rev.
F. P. Woodbvry, D. D., New York; as
sistant secretary, Rev. J. C. Ryder, D. D.;
recording secretary, Rev. E. M. Strickby,
11. 11., New York; treasurer, H. W. Hub
bard, New York.
Assistant United States District Attor
ney Draffon at Kansas City, has rendered
a decision to the effect that repeaters at
election time cannot be punished in the
United States courts.
Mrs. Rosetta Saxton, mother of the late
millionaire banker, A. M. Saxton, of St.
Joseph, Mo., is dead of old age. She was
ver 1CB vears of aoe at her death.
umtuary: At Menominee- Mica., James
8. Murphy, aged 45. At Portland, lnd.,
Bev. Father A. J. Strouder:
All hope for the safety of the whaling
ship Falcon has been abandoned.
The trial of the members of the mob
who lynched six negroes near Milllngton,
Tcnn., Aug. 81, has been set for Oct. 29,
Governor Altgcld has restored the rights
of citizenship to Reuben Sparling, of
Hammond, Piatt county. Ills.
A decrease of H, 281,5416, of which f 10,-
000,(XM) is in the Item of pensions, is shown
by Secretary Smith's estimates for the
next fiscal year.
Fire in a warehouse at Chicago, part of
the liccring Harvester works plant, about
destroyeB the building, machinery for the
manufacture or binding wine and a large
quantity of hemp. Loss, about flUO.OUO;
The "discretionary pool" men have con
cluded to resist the raids on their business,
which seem to have been based on no law,
anyhow, and so far havo resulted simply
in loss of money all round.
Mrs. Christiana Border, of Lewistown,
Ills., is 105 years old. She was 10 years
old when Washington died and baa 4U0
descendants. She enjoys fair health.
Reports are current ia Honolulu that
the royalists are going to "rise up" pretty
soon and overturn tho annexers, if they
James J. Wood, formerly a poor car
penter of Springfield, O., has returned
from Ireland with .M0,(K), being his share
of the estate of a distant relative.
For the purpose of carrying out the New
Jersey anti-gambling law to its full ex
tent the Union county (X. J.) grand jury
reports ia favor of the abolition of the
"grab bag" and "fish pond" at church
Mertina of the Cabinet.
WAfiniSGTOS, Oct. 27. The president
held his first cabinet meeting since the
first week in September. All of the mem
bers were present except Secretary Mor
ton, who is absent from W ushington.
Nuturally they had much business to lay
before the president that had accumulated
in his absence from Washington, Secre
tary Grwtmm in particular being charged
with several matters concerning foreign
relations, and all the secretaries wishing
to discuss the leading points to be treated
In their annual report.
Kate Kane Cannot Compete.
Chicago, Oct. 27. Kate Kane's candi
dacy for the probate judgeship has been
vetoed by the county lioard of review.
After announcing that the decision in the
Populist contest that has occupied the at
tention of the hoard for several dnvs would
lie made Monday, the board summarily
ruled that Miss Kane was not eligible ai
candidate for the suffrages of Cook county
electors. The decision was broadly that
the sex of the nominee disqualified her
and that she would not be given a place
on the ticket.
Mrs. Cleveland to Christen a V
PlIILAPELPHtA, Oct. S7. Mrs. Cleveland
has consented to christen tho steamship
&t. JLouls, ol the International Navigation
company, which will be launched from
Cramp's ship yard Nov. IX
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S. H. Clifford, New Castle. Wis.,
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alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
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Edward Sheppard, Harrisburg.Ill.,
had a running sore on his leg of
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bottles of electric bitters and seven
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money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For aale by Harts & Ullemeyer.
Children Cry for
THE MARKETS. "
i Wew Torfc nnrtal.
Nkw Tork. Oct Ml
Money on call easy at 1 per cent. Prima
mereantile paper tier cent. Sterling ex
change firm With actual busmen tn bankers
tolls at 4Mi-H$ttM (or demand and 4ty$
for sixty day.; po.-ted ratos fCfttSS and 485
W); comraereial bilU S34
Silver certificate siVi: no sales: bar silver
KP&. Mexican dollars al4.
United States government bonds S' resular.
a"a coupon i, 131: ' regular. I14K: 4
coupon. IU'4; ;Ts regular. M bid; Pa too ft
OI VI, Utt Dto.
Chicago Grata and Prod are.
CricAoo, Oct. N.
Following wen the Quotations on ths Board
of Trade today: Wheat October, opened
514c, closed 6.4c; December, opened fiHc,
clueedU!c; May, opened OTc, closed 6TH0,
Corn Outjher. opened W cloced K4a;
UMnnbrr, opene.1 4ic ckmd 4H3; May,
opened 4i?iR, closed 4Jc Oata-Octobr,
opened STHcv, cloned 2796c; December, opened
2Ve, closed SisHc; May, opened Stic, cloned
SIHc. Pork OctopcT. opened 12.1s closed
SU.K214; tlanuary, opened (11 &s closed
Hl.rc.-J. lim-October, opened 87.00, closed
Produce Butter: Extra creamery. So
per lb: extra dilry, SOc; packing stock. 12Ha
13c Eggs 17 per doa. lo.aa oil. Live poultry
nick ns, old. 63 per ltx wring;. Tc: -dark.
TH'mXc; turkeys, 0Kg.s- (roone. 641.7c per don.
imatoos Huruankfi. 48a.lc pertra: Hebron.
oojjAic; Rone, Kf.'iUc. ISwect potatoes Jer
seys, .tiKg&) per bbl; Illinois, tl.mxitl.ei.
Apple Common to choice, 1.00(!tS..W per
hbL Cranberries CaKs Cod. choice, S7.51)
em.snperhhl: tS.V??.75 pcil-bubox. Honey
White clover, 1-lb sections, new stock, lii
15c; broken comb, 10(rj.l3c; dark comb,
poor packages. He; strained California, &&ac
I ntcsgo uve mock.
Chicago, Oct. 9L
Live Stock -Prices at tho Union Stock y irds
today ranged as follows: H gs Estimated
-ecplpts tortile dny, 2H.0M; sa.e ranged at
!&2ig.i pigs. si.-tYit.Mk-, light, si.ai&t.a
rougu packing. 4.:l L4.7 mixed, and S4.Ktk
&4.m heavy packing and shipping 1 ta.
Cattle- Receipts for the day. a,0: onita-
tk) is ranged at $5.riift3.25 choice to extra
shipping steers. 4.4,x(--'0 good to choice do,
t3.S.Vru..30 fair io good, r).K3 13) common to
medium do, XT.l.VTf..T5 butchers' steers. Si.Slia
2.95 stookers. f;.!T6 feeders. tl.k2.IO
cows. S.Ka.: bfifnrs.tl.MlioS.ai bulls. tUKHi
S.1U Texas steers, K.n.4.40 western rangers
and ti(Kif,V.Vl veal calves.
Sheep - Estimated receipts for ths day
8,fM; sales rantred at ll.5nsJS.IW westerns. S1.M
ii'.u Texana, Il.TiiXW natives andli.0Jil.14
Caicsoo, Oit. 97 Wheat, sspier, cash, Stsc,
May. ErtV Corn, hieher, cash, U'c. May 9c
OitM. easy, cash. i7,c. Fork, higher, cash.
$11.90. Lard, higher, cash, B 85. Bibs, higher.
Mew Tork Money Closing.
Nxw Tork, Oct. ST. Money on rail, tary.
prime; mercantile paper, t04K-
Ths Local Market,
Cora naw, 45c; old, 53c
Hay llmotay. flSl4; nnlsad. 9103111;
wuo.ffeaj;sio.ihn, ctf-si ; jsn. is.
ratm axd TxerrABxaa.
Onion soc per bo.
Putter Fair to choice, oc;cisaaiaif, S4-.
Kg rth. ito.
Ponltry !-pring chickens, 6; per pound.
Lrra sroca. '
Cstue Butchers pay for e rr fed steers
44He; cows and balfeia, !3 ; caltes
flogs 4ll ie..
Spring lamb. 3OBc a ponn 1.
rvial . inc.
Wood 83.50 per cord.
Whj Baby wa sick, we ge hrr Castcrla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria.
TflTrra ihtr tvi1 rhiltlrt-ni nhr fmrthnii Pssiissi
Children Cry for
TH E best investment
. in real estate is to keep buHd
ings well painted. Paint protects
the house and saves repairs. You
sometimes want to sell many a
good house has remained unsold
for want of paint. The rule should
be, though, "the best paint or
none." That means
You cannot afford to use cheap
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ly Pure White Lead, look at the
brand ; any of these are sale :
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" Shipman," " FahxxBEtoock.n
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State and Fifteenth Streets, Chicago.
NOW lowest in over 300 years:
all stocks are down a good
time to buy and be in for the
higher prices on nearly every
thing on the board. flO will
margin 1,000 bushels of wheat,
corn or oats; 50 will margin 5,
000 bushels. One cent advance
will doable your money less one
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"Speculation and Bow to Trade" la a'oeks.
(mcaoo, kock iaxA-ro fact no
ItatlwaT Der corner Fifth avenue and
Tbrrty-arat reel, Frank B. Plummer, Agent,
Denver Untried Om -.a.. f:RSam S:0aa
Ft, Worth. Denver K. C. . t B 90 sai!ll Vi pn
K.C-BX. Joe Mlnneanolls 6:Sttaal S-Mpn
Omaha Dea Moines 1 :Wanil 6:10 pat
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have a copy. We receive coniinuons quota
tions from Western Union wires. Prompt
service cuarantaed. ,
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All other dally. Telephone 10M.
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IfTBT Twmnr,w Wrtt-T T B St O ill-
way Depot First avenue and kixUeBtk
street, M. . Young, agent.
St. Louis Rxprtss
St. Louis Express
St. Paul Passenger
Sterling Pass eager
LB VS. I SBBTVa
7 JP pa
CB1CAOO, MILWAUKEE ST. PACL
Kailwav Rcae 4t tWDtbwestorn Division
Depot Twentieth street, between First and
Second venae. R. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Mall sad Bxpress.,
t. Paul Kxprass..
4 :U0 pro
Dock Island Peoria Railway
Depot First Aveaua and Twentieth atreeL
F. A. Rockwell, Agent.
I Lsava lAnarrs
Fast Mall Exprem.... 8:05 in T:S0 pm
Express.... :S 1 pm 11 :1 sis
1 able Accommodation 1 a :uo am 1:4 pm
Derlikoton, Cedar Rapids a
Korthera Bailway, depot font of Brady
street, Davenport. Jas. Morton, Uea. Tk't
L'V I Aaarvs
M :l'i nm,t10:& i
b7:30 .ml blwO am
West Liberty Train
titonh. itouta .
b7:10 am 'MO :40pm
1 o. :xu
hS:40 pm ;M1:'
is:4npm 1 n:00i
a Dailv. bDallr excent kundav. tttotnc north
tOolng Month and east. Ko. 18 runs bctweea
Cedar RapMs and est Llbeity.
Superior Service to
St Louis, Mo.
And Intermediate Points
We now offer to the public a good
route to and from the above cities
via Peoria and the Chicago, Peoria &
St. Louis By. as follows:
Lv Bock Island. 8:05 a m
Ar Peoria. 11:20 a m
2:20 p m
5:40 p m
Lv Peoria 11:55 a m 7:45 p m
Ar Springfield.. 3:15 p m 12:45 a m
Ar St. Louis.. .. 7:10 p m 7:00 am
Lv St. Louis.... 7:45 a m 8:15pm
Lv Springfield.. 11:45 a m 2:15 am
Ar Peoria 3:05 p m 6:50 a m
Lv Peoria 4:30 pm 8:00 a m
Ar Bock Island. 7:50 pm 11:15 am
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Bock Island, 111.
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Address (only) .
N. W. AER & 50N,
Newspaper Advertising Agents,
Styles . .
In Calf, Kangaroo Calf,
and Oxide Calf . .
The newest and decidedly the proper thin for
ladies' stylish street wear this season. We lelicve
that these new patterns contain more ideas of mod
ern shoe making than any other competing line in
the west. We kindly ask you to call and examine
the pretty as well as sensible shoes.
All Sizes now.
Cor. Second and Harrison Sts.
See our Fall
And Winter Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You arc
respectfully invited to call and see the ktest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. Z3
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
J. M. SOHAAB,
Cyclone Roller Mills and
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
Cloak and Fur Sale
Now in Progress at lL-
IM W. Si
Great Bargains Offtn J.
This department necl, i
special introduction. V
Lave the reputation of dis
playing more original aI
exclusive designs than ar.'
shown anj where. We a?:ii'
extend a cordial in vital i'""
to all to inspect the new cre
ations that will lie shown
114 West Second street.