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THE AKQU8, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. 1895.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. PHICAQO, BOCK ISLAND PACiriC Railway Tickets rin he prrchated or bsg gace checked tt K Ur TwemietD sueet depot r c K I A Y depot comer Fifth avenue and I'ttirty-lrai alreet, Frank B. Plommcr, Agent. TBAINa. las. WUT, Denver Limited A Omasa.. Ft. Worth, Denver K. C. Minneapolis OmaJi A Des If oines Omaha Minneapolis Omaha at Dea Mouse 1st.... t Omaha Ac Minccspolia Kz.. Denver, Lincoln t Omaha... Bt Paul at Minneapolis Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C. l:(Atm 11:00 pm S:5pm S :211pm 4::o ua 111:10 pm t SrvOam r :10an t 8:im 11 n 5 pm t i:flft am t S:8S pm tMtiia t 4 5 am t :40 am ;t T:X0 am :rlt:3am 7.1S run IX :15 am ! 2:60 am C:xn am 4:40 nm Kansas CUT a BU Joseph. JHock Island & Washington. K.'taifwo Dea Moines 11 3 pm 13:50 am It l 45 pm ! 7:10 pm II ock Is land Stnart Aceom.. t ?:3fl am r 7 40 am Uock I. land Brooklyn Ac. ' a is pm Arrival, t Departure. JDntiy.exccpt Sunday. AU others dairy. Telephone 1W3. niTRLINOTON KOTJTE C.. B. A Q. HAlL- - war Depot jru-st avecaa ana btxtetnin street, M. i. Young, aitent. TS4INS. i tun. I aaarv.. 01 Luala Express 7.00 ami 7:A0pm Bt. Loala Kzprcai !7:4ipmi6:S5 am Sterling. Dubuque a St. Pan tAH pm 7:f0 am Beardrtowa Passenger i S:90pm 11:15 am e'erllng. Unbnquo "t.Panl;t ?. ; Bt-Opm Dally. tDallj except rundsy. PHICAQO. MILWACKIB A IT. PAUL Fallway Ractne A Southwestern Division Depot Twentieth street, between First aad aecoaa avenues, x. v. w. uoimea. Agent. TA8. I Leave. I aware a Mall and Bxpress : Mm' SttSpta St. Pan 1 Kxpree ! 4:00 pro UtWsni Freight and Accomroodat n. 9:00 am 7:K)pm Dally except SLndny. R ock Island a 1'koria Kailwat Depot Pint Avenue and Twentieth atreet. TRAINS. i Ir.ATW Eastern Ex. TheTrllb". j I 25 am Peons btlouia Mail Ex... i:05im Kxpreaa ( j;s pm Peoria A crom. Freight i 7:10 pm1 Cable (via Sherrard) Accom. 6:i air. Cable Accommodation ' 8:40 am Aurtrvs 10:44 pm 0:4-1 p 11:15 am X4b am ft:) pm 2:-.i pm Cable Accommodation 1 3 W im I &o am Passenecr trains leave C.U.I A P. (Mollie etvenae) depot ivo (5) minntes sr'kr than time given. Trains marked daily, all other train uawj except nucuay. DCKLIKOTON, CKDAB RAPIDS A Northern Railway, depot foot of Brady street, Davenport. Jas. Morton, Oea. Tk't A reea. agent. Davenport Train. I iV I ARRiva Paenner...., Freight Im :35 pin;blu:25 b7:0.) n. D'.i 45 pm Weai I.il'env train- tNortn. ;:-. .l'n. Pas-euger. H Ko. Frelahk.... b7 :10cm !blil:40pm al0:30pm a5:15am Df :'jn pm M:40 pm b!1:4'jam al9:46pm 1 b8:00am n Qailv. DUauv except snnaav. fUoine north. t'lolne Bonth and east. No. 18 runs between Cccar dapida and Went Llbuily. NEW To the East via the ?. . & P. In Effect June 30. Lv Rock Island : 111 Jt r Depot Lv Kork Island 4 35 ami 8 00 am 4 37 am: 8 05 am I 4upm 1 45 pm 5 CO pro 9 . pm 185 am 7 a; am 7 8' i am 8 1 am 7iam 8J5pm 8 40 pm 6 CJ am 8 Ml pm u 15 pm Twentieth st Dciot Ar reone Ar HIiHiminfrton.... jr ImlinnnpoKs .... Ar lioulsvilie jr Cincinnati Dayton , Ar t'olnmbas , Ar Jackroiivllte...., Ar kprinxlield Ar bt Louis Ar Lincoln rt Decatur , Ar Mattoon Ar Rvansvlllo. ...... Ar Decator , ArTerre llauto .... am II 90 am Out IM 7 05 e 15 am; 1 pIDj un lipml 10 pm nm1 11 05 pm MIIO pm 10 vt pin 50 am 10 pm U 55 pm lis IKS'. am Ill 50 am it pmi 8 45 am II H am 1 10 pm i i 05 pm Hill am 8 40 pn 1 00 pm 9 45 1 m I J i ni THROUGH CAR SERVICE ROCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS. Train leaving Hock Island at 8:00 a. ni. carries through roach to St. Louis, passing through Pekin, Hav ana. Springfield and Litchfield. Lines cast of Peoria carry through coaches and sleeping cars on night trains to principle cities. R. STOCKHOUSE, Gen. Ticket Agent. W. J. YOUNG, JR. The Elegant Electric Light Steamer. W. A. Biaib, Uattrr; L. B. SviTia, Clerk. Leaves Rock Island for lanscatlne. Now llo-ton, Keithsbnny, oqaawkt, and Bur lington etcty Monday, Wf.dnejdat And Friday, at 4:30 r. m. Mce rooms and good meals. Special rates to panii-s of nv or more who wish to make tbe round trip. The Young baa ' been vory recently purchase I ar.d flted np for this trade, and is n-t surpassed by anything on the Mississippi for elegance and comfort. GEORGE LAMONT A SON. A genu. Diamond Joe Line Warehouse. We Employ Young Men to dlstrfbcrt oar aulwwnttA iTvnM In Mrt paymrnt for m blrh irrmde Acrn Mrrcle. which Ve somt th-em en apprcrui. No worlidonettntll tbe bicycle antres aod proros a-vii-fadory. Young Ladies "sOstsZr If bovjorrlrli apply thrv imt be weU reooxa- rite fur particular. ACME CYCLE COftPANY. ELKHART. IND. PASSENGER SERVICE 1 I Was Helpless Ten weeks with acute rheumatism. My right arm was withered away to akin and bone and I had almost lost the cse of it. A friend advised Hood's Sara a par ilia, which I took, and - when the first bottle was U3cd I could see and feel great change. The fiesh returned to my arm and the soreness left my body and limbs. itwry spring ana ' fall since, vre have used three to six bottles in our family. 1 find to use Hood's Sarssparilla i3 cheap er than to pay doctor's bills. I am thank ful I have found a medicine to help a man who has rheumatism. It keeps me in good health." K. FoREEsrALL, Oelncin, Iowa. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the public eye. f 1 ; 6 forf 5 Hood's Pills De;'nSe!",UoM' PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTOB.XICTS. a. a. ooinrsxi.T. a. s. ooanLLT. Connelly & Connelly, Attorneys at Law. OSIee second floor, over Mitchell A Lvndc't bank. Money to loan. Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys at Law. Office In Rook Island National Bank building. u. d. swaiKsr. a i. WAMMt. Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys and Councillors at Law Offlce la BencstoVs Block. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. Legal business of all kins promptly attendel to. state's Attorney of Rock lrland county. Office, poatoffloe Block. McEniry & McEniry, Attorneys at Law. Loan money on good security; mace eol'ec tlons. hef-renoe. Mitchell A Lynae, bankers, Offlce. Postofflr Block. ARCHIT1CCT8. Drack &z Kernr, Architects and Superintendents. Room S T M C A Building, cor Third avenue and Nineteenth atrert. Edward S Ilammatt, Architect. SI Whltaker bnlldlng, - Davcnort, la. Geo. P. Stauduhar, Architect. Plana and superintendence for all r.lisa ot Bn'.ldlnca. Rooms 3 and 65, Mitchell A Lynde Buildlnar. Take elevator. rilYMIClANS. Dr. "W. H Ludewig Specialist of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. f fflcc In Trecman's new builling, corner Sev enteenth struct and Tb'-rl avenue. Lock Island. Telephone tin. loss. Dr. Chap. M. Robertson, Eye, Ear, Xoso and Throat Only. OSlce, Whlttahcr Block, southwest corner Third and Brady streets. Davenport, Iowa Koctus 17 t.d la. Honrs: 9 toll a.ml tot p.ra. r. a. noLLOweran, at. s. e. - aauTB, at, o. Drs. Earth & Hollowbush, Physicians and Surgeon". Office 4T.9 Sard t. Telephone isffi Aealdeoce Tliret. lia ovnoa aocas: Dr. Barth Dr. MollowSneb II to 10 a, m. I 10 to lit a. m, I to i ana 7 u p. m, S to 5 and " w H u. ax. city orncEiw. W. A, Darling, City Engineer. Room 4. Mitchell A Lyndc's building. R. M. Pearce, Dentist. Room t9 and 31 In Mitchell A Lynda's new Building. Take elevator WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS. it'Cav. '"Vf. i8TDY. S7zat Wfeit PEFFER'S (iERVIGOn Did! It aCtS tHJWOrlU IV All:! Ctll. Utr. rnr.. vhAn t ruicrs tall. Icurm men riioUn lost manhoot: old n-earoeover youibful vli.T. AWIalclvlinar- nteeH (oCaro erv-a . Lost Vttaltir. "pteaer. l-ln nlBlMAjxotPoa or, eltaiv HI l ull krBarv. tl'uitH. 1 1 ". .'; tf' M J. if ' ir txettxa ar.it itult-yrrrt m. nrJ off insanity aiMl crnsutrtloa. mm i m anirim impxe a wortnir sasuhstitmo on yno he'-jailT1.U atr-ater rr .liu Insist on hav Can re carried In vest p-x-heu il-eatd plain wrep. P-r. 1 per hoi. or CI Is -'. vriib v frsttiva VritunUaaraaM o 1'n-fi tirNenind Bo?er- Pamphli t trei'.Sr.M tv1nwtsta. Addrraa Bold by llartx A Vlxmeycr atu r. II Thomas. For euu' : which haTo lcfTt nrrf euro and rsftor w tr uiAa to, ta TrtmT or o W a tho TVoadtrtt:! r.o:.i-a Ucy N9r LVtw jriili written fatmrantra ts rvre mr m IteskAlakaw. mm.AC friM-tL AJn-is S1 AJrr R4.V Af. fNt-VilcU. CHiu -Atrciit-. f.vr r. a.. .tcvo, or m ouy ii t t be crufnrtrt r.rmi mmr. MoruUsiil 4k, iuhci. KOCK ISLAND. ILL. IOWABEPUBHCANS Having a Warm Fight Over the Leading Candidate. TEH HES ATTEK THE UOMINATIOII. t Drake Bald Te Be la tbe Jjtmd, with Har laa Meeaad and Parrot Tblrd Ex-Go v. Prise Discovers a Ne w Argument fat Sliver Ilea New Tork Reform Club Challenged to Debate tba Living Iun IlUnola Legialatare. Deb Moines. July 10. The Republican convention which meets here today will be one ot tbe largest ever held in the state. Tbe main interest center in the nomination for governor. There are ten candidates in the field. The interest has been so uncommon as to bring many of the delegates here two and three days bo fore the meeting of the convention. For governor. General F. M. Drake. of Center- ville, is clearly in the lead. His friends are claiming for him upward of 4X) votes, while it takes 633 to nominate. Toe sec ond man is cx-fcenator Harlan, of Mount Pleasant. States of the Other Asplranta. It is estimate.! that Harlan will have 300 votes on the first ballot. Matt Parrot, of Waterloo, is third in the race, and will prob.-ibly have over 200 votes. Then como J. 11. Ilursb, of Cr-ston; J. L Kamrar, of Webster City; W. .L McFarland, of lL,mmcttsb:irg; K. fc Ornlshy, of Esther- ville; A. K. Conw.iy, of Now Sharon about in the ortitr named. List night the Marshall county ticlvgrntiou decided to present ths namj cf !'. C. Letts, of Marshailtown, and the Wapello delc-Ra- tion to present the name of JUgjr Million, of Ottumwa. Kor the Rest of the Ticket. There U littlo interest tnken in the other offices, tith the exception of that of j ii J go of t'm supreme court, which of fice A. J. MiCrnry, if K-okuk, is con testing with G 'IktJ (iiven, who is ask ing a renominmiun. Given's friends cliiiin enonli votes to nominate him. For superintendent of public instruction Professor P. C. Qainn, of Mason City, is running against ilenry K trabin, who is nsKing for a renomination. The other i fiists havj attracted no attention what ever. 1'robibla Platform Points, Them has been some discussion of plat form. T party wiilemphaslzi the na tional issues, including protection and "sound money." Un stute issues the mulct law, winch was a modification of the prohibition asked for two years ago, will be indorsed. DISCOVERY HY KX-OOr. PRINCE. rroot Tliut I lie Original Silver Dollar Was a Cult Mumped on the Coin. New York, July U The lion. L. Bradford Prince, for years governor and chief j u t co of New Mexico, is in the city. In an interview hu said: "A couple of months ago there was a great discussion in Chicago as to what was tho unit of value under tho original coinago net of 1'.IJ, which embodied tho views of Washington, Hamilton and Jefferson. Bets were made on tho subject, some con tending that tho utile was in f ilvcr and soma in gold, and llnally the na(r was referred to Judsre Vincent, who rendered a decision which was no sooner made than it was controverted. Tho joke is this, th.it tlio go:d people cf Cbicngj never thought of looking on tho colu itself to seo whether it said anything on tho subject. "Sow her?," said the governor, taking out of his pocket two finely preserved specimens ni our early coin "hera are two silver dollars, ono ot 17'Jo and one of lSJl Un tho obverse of each is tho word 'Liberty' and tho dato on tho rovers.', "United Klatos of America.' Now look at tho edte, where the milling is placed on moro modern coins. What do you seef" " Ono dollar, or unit. Hundred cents.' "It tho Chicago brethren had only thought of going to tho coin itself as a wit ness they would have seen in a moment that tho silver dollar was tho unit by this direct statement imprinted in its very substance You know the silver rlollir never varied in weight in tho United Mates from tho foundation ot tho gov ernment to tho demonetizations in IS7J, when it. was worth f'l.lvJ in cold dollars. "When tho change in ratio uas'mode in Ib3l it wan the cold coin that was altered, not tho silver dollar The latter was al ways the immutable standard of value till struck down by tho monopolists who desired a dishonest, constantly increasing single standard, in 17S. When the 'unit' question comes up nznin just remember to look at tho coin itself." challenge:! to a cisccssion. Biinetallie League Wants a "Long Talk" with deiue New Yurkeia. Washington, July 10. A. J. Warner, president of tho American Bimctallie League, has written a letter to Charles S. Paircbild, chairman of the committee on "sound currency" of tho Reform club, Xew York, in which ho says: "Ihe Bi metallio League respectively invites the committee' on sound currency to a dis cussion of the money question on dis tinctive propositions to lie agreed upon, and to be carried on by questions and answers. "I would snccest that not more than fire nor less than three on a side be se lected to conduct the discussion; the dis cussion to be held at such time end place as may te ajreol upon. S ould this sug gestion meet your approval, I would sug gest an early ineettn; to agree upon the propositions to be discussed and the regu lations under which the discussion shall be conducted." t Teller Is Along with Bryan. DEXVEnjuly iaS -nator Teller has gone on a visit to tbe Ute Indian reserva tion. In an impromptu speech in re sponse to a reception at Cirtoz, Colo., he ceclnred. he would never "follow the Re publican party into the goldbug camp." Gov. CrlStsrsor; Jcr Free Coinage. ArsTIS, July 50 Governor Culberson, in a letter to Jcdgo Bukhole, of Dallas, cornea out for tbe tree and unlimited coin age of silver at 16 to L Cochran bat the peakersb!p. Srr.iSGr:ELn, July in. The two houses ot the Iilinc-it legislature in extra innii reassembled. The senate adjourned al most ImmeJiatel.r as a mark of respect to thfl mf mnrv nf th 1 ,a n 1-. r . The house took the same action, and a caucus was nel.l at 4:33 p. m. to select a UCOMCAP tn f f 'I'h. ' .,.1- . -... ... ut? M WU141 members had held, a caucus and decided to support Hubert IL Muir, of Chicago, but this action wes not indorsed by ths I caucus, which on tho third ballot named ' W. G. Cochran, of Moaltrie, for speaker. ! over Berry and Muir. The Democrats have named Clayton Crafts, of Chi cago, and it is said that Governor Alt gald is opposed to this action, as ho does not desire the Democrats to nominate any ILLINOIS WEATHbR AND CROPS. General Outlook as It Appews to tho State Korea o. Chicago, July ja Tho Illinois weath er crop bureau has issued the following bulletin: The post week has been favor able to crops la central and southern counties, only north -central and northern counties were lacking in rainfall and for the state an average of about an inch and I a half felL Temperatures wero nbouc j the normal, although slightly above in j the drier northern counties. The heavy j rains in central and southern counties 1 have forced the corn ahead rapidly and ! many fields are beginning to tassok Oats are being harvested in most central coun- j ties, and will bo in northern countis this I week. f The yield in southern counties is light, : owing to tho damage by chinch bugs; straw is very short. Wheat and rye are being threshed with generally light yield and poor quality. Hay cutting continues, i and the crop proves very pctr, except for ' fodder; feed will bo scarce. Pastures are 1 much revived in the central and southern . counties, end in northern are bare and , brown, with cattlo being fed in many places. Fruit is still very promising. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. Skeletons of eighteen unknown Artie explorers were found in a cave in Green land. Dead: Mrs. James W. Cx, Pan a. Ills.; Dr. OmerO.tkes, Valparaiso, Ind; Thoo doro Conover. Havana, Ills.; Gcorgo K. Ciymer, Reading, Pa.; Mrs. Cornelia Decker, O.vosso, Mich. At JeflVrsotiville, Ind., S. M. Runyon has sued Dr. C. V. Hancock for refusing to treut his wife, who had smallpox. Dr. J. P. Cowan, ex-member of congress from the Fourteenth Ohio district and member of the Uhio legislature in JSij, died at Ashland, aged Ti Suicides: Abncr Guudrum, (aolurabus, Ind.; Henry Rsuss, Mascoutah, 111.; Jas per Mooro, Fontanelle, la.; Charless Crabb, Walesboro, Ind. ; William Alten berg, Brooklyn Miss Darnell, aged Id, Villisca, la.; Georga Vail, Cincinnati. Duluth police wane Fred Shclnnd, who caused Peter Gardner's doath by a blow on the neck. Damage to the asylum for the insane at Norman, Okla., caused a panio which frightened some of tho convalescents back into lunacy. John II. Thomas, Republican, was elected mayor of Annapolis, Md. Fivo of tho eight aldcrinsn elected are Demo crats. Spain has sent f 5X1,033 to Havana to meet current expenses ot the Cuban war. Joso Acaova, a Cuban leader, was killed by a civil guard on a sugar cstata. W. II. Wallace has been tho postmaster of Huinmondsvilie, O., since 1S3J. He has served under thirty-one postmaster generals, nnd probably has tho "record" among United States postmasters. Two men wero hurt seriously at North Buffalo by tho derailing of an electric car. Gcor(ro Pearson, of Tiffin. O., left all his property to the local A. P. A. Tho Sprinjjfi.'M (Mo.) Republican has absorbed Tho Democrat of that city. Tho original Liberty bell was taken from Philadelphia to tho Atlanta exposi tion. C. W. Nash, insurance agent at Alton, Ills., is missing and his accounts are tr OX' shy. Mrs. Jacob Vandusen, of Niles, Mich., asks divorce after sixty-fivj years of married life, on account of a property dispute. National Jductional Association. Desveil July 10. Tho delegates and visitors to tha National E lueational asso ciation have practically all arrived, and conservative railway men esiimato tho number at 15,'IJj. The Council of Kluca tiou has held Mts final meeting. It was an executive session wholly devoted to business matters. Iu the afternoon tho convention of tho National -Kducati onnl association was opened before two largo audiences. Tho regular meeting was tit tho Central i'resbytcrinn church, where 4,000 persons wero gathered, while 2,0Jtl nttcnucd an ovjriljw at tho high school building and thousands mora were turucd away in disappointment. Dillon Gives Healy the Lie. ' Losdok, July 10. At the Nationalist convention nt Omagb, County Tyrone, called to choose candidates for tho elec tion in Tyrone, T. M. Healy, amid great excitement, accusod John Dillon of sell ing Tyrono to the English party. Ho read a letter to prove what h said, and the delegates shouted "Sjl J, sold." Dil lon's voice as ho arose to reply to Hoaly was drowned in the din, but ho finally succeeded in shouting out loud enough to be heard: "What you stato is an in famous and calumnious lio. You are a traitor. You havo tead a private letter in public," Blowits Comments oa EaUia. London, July 10. H. Do Blowitz, the Paris correspondent, commenting in tho London limes upou the alleged inter view with tho United States ambassador to France, James B. Eustis, says In refer ence to the utterances imputed to Eustis regarding Canada it would be difficult to believe that the ambassador represented a friendly nation. The Paris Libre Parole severely criticises Lustis, and, acc.-pting j the x igaro interview as genuine, says that the American ambassador has committed a breach of tho lavs of hospitality. OfTira to Itetura tUo Fair IVilL San Francisco, July 10. A local pa per says the administrators of the Fair estate have been approached by Detective John Curtin with an ofl-r to return tbe stolen will for a large monetary consid eration. The attorneys say several offers to return the will have been made, which they were at first inclined to entertain, but Judge Slack refused to sanction suca a transaction. Ccbaa tide or tha Story. Chicaso. July 10. News from Cuba via New York is that the rebels have won four battles agaiust the Spaniards and lost another leader. Birrlero. Kartbqqaka In Illinois, Shawxeetows, July 10. Two nnosn si:y heavy shuck of earibqasks were folt here at 8 o'clcck yesterJay morning. The syllable "ia," as a tormination to the Larue of a country, is of Celtic origin. THE MARKETS New Tork FlaaaetaL NXW TOBK. July f. Honey on call easy at 1 il1-. per coat. Prina mercantile paper 2it4 par coat, Sterling exchange atronA aniHid'li percent, higher, with actual bn-iueaa in bankers' bills at C.VdVUsJ for demand and 49 uVKH for sixty dxya; post-d rate 44tt4 and commercial bilU 48. Silver certificates STSTHi: no sales; bar silver. bTHt Mexican do lar oJ)t United States gove nmeot u ads firm; new ' re-.. !-.' do. coupons. IH: a reg.. 1164: a coo pons. liCV: 4'a rg.. 112; 's coupons, li2,-; S't re j., to : Pacittc 's of Vi 1UU. Chicago Grain aad Fradnea, Chicago, July t. Following were the quotations oa tbs Bord of Trade today: Wheat July, opcnel (6-. clred 61lc; tsepteaiber. opened 07Vc closed t4; December, opened bl)4C, closed Si4c. Coin July, opened Hlv". elced 42c: September, opene I closed tV; May. opeced 354c. closed &iz. Oats July, oiienei aae, iloedUla:; September, opene 1 2lC closed i-g: Atay, opened iirgj, clueed itiT'sc i'ork July, opeued ll.4:u, closed Sli.U-Hi; September, opened $12 0J. closed, 1 1. 1 "v. Lard J uly, nominal, closed t3i. Produce: Butter Extra creimery, 14'o per lb; extra dairy. li14c: packing stock, fJSrsx Ess Freh stock, losaoif, loc or dozea. Livts poultry Siiriuf chici&eas, lld 13c per lb.: bens, V': 3-1 ro.wter-. oc; tur keys, Pistgc; dacks.nosi4c: gjete, SlUl.iU yer duz. Potatoes New. Tut $1.1) I per bu.; strawberries K icin s. f LU0 ii 2 oJ per loHt. case. Blackuerriei, Iiii.iois, tl.) U2.lV per Il-qt. case. New ap.:e-1.2j Ji.jo per buL. Hone White clover, l-.b sec ions, new stock. U'-ailtc: briwa comi, 10 12c: dark comb, poor pac&aji. do; sirainel Califoruia, Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, July 9. Live Stock Prices at th i Uni j i St ck yar.li today ranged a f .ilo.n: llos Eitiaiatal receipts tor tbe day l.i"l. silui ranged at W-Tjitl.tlO pis. S I " j, ".-'" light, 4 .n,l.S, roiuh packing. ksi,i.j.J. nuxed. and I4.9JJI 6.3, heavy packiug aud sUippm lota Cattle Estimated receipts for the day, 6,01X1, quotations ranged at i".4i 16 11 choice to extra shipping steers, $4.7dlj.t aod to choice do., .l l.Hj fair t gooi, t.iJi.li c.immon to medium do, H UJl Si butuberV steers, 4HifriU stockers. f i. .11 0 1 feeders, Jl.TUiJllTOcows. $'..1114 41 luifers. 2.2-a.t.sJ bolls. Sl.tkliLi) Texas steers. S2.VJ&j.7 veal calves. Sbeop Ettimatel receipts for the day UnOJ; sales ranged at $i Jijll.:!, wester us. S1...A a.ui Texaus, $1.7jil.2J natives, aud .' Iiio.l lam1 a The Local Markets. aaam itc. Cnm 4ic i lata Sue. Ilay Timothy, flb :S: nnlAnit. 9l41t1S wUd, 7. 51SS!1; flojyU 7nj!i; baled. it'tfSli-i rUt'lT AK VSOETABLES. Potatoet f l.OS Onions 3oc per bu. reonccm. Bnlter Fair tr choice, 13; fresh cream. erv jsc. ES'Ts Fresh, in :. Poultry C'bicke is, 7c. Liva met, Cattle Butchers piy for corn fad steers '45.i cows and heifers, 3it,4!i ; calves Hons -me pheep iy ie Ppriiig lauio. Si 5tX2S4. a head. rcxt. Coal -Soft. inc. Wood JX0.I vrt cord. Been Forging llonds by U'liolcsala. UliBAXA, O, Ju!y 10. Thci-lliirsof Z T. L'w'.s, the broker, are causing n big sensation here. Forged bonds have ni ready turned tip to tho amount of 170,010. It is believed that tho nmount wiil reach ever im0W Among tho forgod Imiil's aref.o.r.OJ 1!;b'iI.:ikI coimiy ja 1 bonds, $0,100 Kenton City school bonds, nnd ti n 1 1.0J0 Tippecanoe City, Ind., school bonds. They are held in Indianapolis. Corn OagUt t Ceel lejared. SIOUX CITY. I., July 19. I formed on watir in tubs in tho region forty miles north of hero Monday night. Corn looks as it injured, but it is thnuzht to lie too far along to bo seriously damaged. Licht frosts occurred in low places in South Dakota, but no damage was done. Trouble Over lu the Coal Itegions, Hcntingtox, W. V., July 10 Captain Lyons, of this city, has ordered nil troojig of the Second regiment to ba dismissed under instructions from the governor. No further trouble iu tin mining region is anticipated. Adrift ror Nearly All Night. Marinette, Wis., July 10 District Attorney K. C. Eistmnn, his wile and threo children, and Mr. 1C Lu ml berg were udrifc on Green Bay most of the night in the small yaehtHenrictta. A storm in tho afternoon overtook tho party and drove tho boat out in tho bay. Tho wind continued and finally tho Henrietta ran on a sandbar where she lay all night. Bra. J . P. licit, Gssaicct onie, Kan. wife of tho editor cf The Graphic, tho lead ing local paper of Mlatrd county, writes "I sro trotiblvti uHth heart tils'tirc for six years, severe palpitations, short ness of breath, together with snch ex treme nervousness, that, at times I would walk the floor nearly all night. We con.sulU.-d the liest medical talent. Then an Ul there sr no help for me, that I bad organic disease of tho heart for which there was ao remwiy. I had read your advertisement in Tho Graphic and a ycarnjro, as a last resort, tried one Ix.tt k-.of Dr. Sites' Sew Cure for th Heart, etl.-h convinced ran that there was trun merit In it. I took three bottles each of tho Heart Cure and LVestorative Nervino and Mt xmjjfcjr emrr-a tme. I reep well at nipht, my heart bents regularly'and I have no more smothering ape lis. I wl.h to eay to all rho are suffering ag I did; there's relief untold for them if they vlll only give your remedies Just one trlaL" Dr. Miles Hnart Cure is sold on a poult! ve) rnarantee that the lirstbot tlo will lienetlk AH drocgl-rt-H sell ItattU, S bottl.-s for si, or It will be sent, (ireuaid. on rec' ipt of nrios by the Dr. jUUes adedicai Co, iOkhart, Ind, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Restores Health f - r -ni v t i i r for Infants PHOTHERS, Do You Know ! VLI Batamaa's Drops, Godfrey a Cordial, many aocalled (soothing Syrups, and most remedies for chuJrea are cotn posed of opium or monihlcef Po Tew Know that opium aad morphine are stnnefrtn mnwi. . po Toa Kno-nr that in most coun tries druggists am not penntttel to sell narcotic without labeling them poisons t . Pa Tcm Knovr that you shorJd not permit any medlctno to be gtvea your iffi unless you or your physiciao know of what It is composed T Pm Yon Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of Its ingredients is published with every bottle t To Tew Know that Csrtoria is the pieautpliuu of the fauicua Tr. Samuel ritcher. That it has been touso for nearly thirty years, and that mar. Castoria is sow sold than of all other remedies for children combined f Po Ton Know that the ratcnt Office Department of the Tjnlted States, and of other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Ditcher and his assigns to use the word Castoriak " and its formula, and that to Imitate them is a state prison offense ? Pe Ton Know that one of the reasons for granting this govenuneot rotccUon was because Castoria bad been proven to be aBaolutady harmlaas? Po Ton Know that 35 avermgo doses of Castoria are furnished for 3& Camts, or one cent a dose t Po Ton Kno.v that when possessed of this perfect preraratloo. vow children mar be kept weU, and that yn may have unbroken rest r Wells these things era worth knowing. They are facta. Tho fae-slmtle atsmnt-nrw of Children Cry for CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Drs.Walsh & Walsh, Specialists Permanently located in Davenport, Iowa. ftWSC7SwfTv Dll. T. M. WALSH, Formerly CI nic.il Proics-or in twoof Chicago's leading metlical colleges. Acknowledged by the Kcdical P.ofcseion, Acknowlcderd ny bc Press, Acknowledged by all as tbe World's Grca ett and Only Successful Specialists In Chronic, Nervous, 1'rivaU and rurti al Iliscas-sof both sexes. CON81LTATIOX 1BEE! 1'KOMTT AND rEUMANENT Ct REs! KLKCTRICITY scientifically ap plied, nervosa dehiliry. loss manhood, exbauMivo drams. Idelit losfes,Vfecllvc melltorv, llnvnt lied iianity, lo-s ol will ;ower, mcutal delusions, sleclJ!es.-lles, etc. WOMEN RulTcrinfj from diseases of the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys, nervous exhaustion psipitsilon of tbe heart, dyspepsia, or anv direws peculiar to tha rex. should rail on the ereat s.ecialial and get an opioion on bcr case free of clisrge. Only Curable Casos Taken. Best of references and credentials. If you can not call, write. Hundreds cured by mail. T.ie praises we hsve received for our remarkable skill in enrins ntm a-ivrn np as hopeless by all his coripelled us to use. -his tccans In order to the people as ell as the medical prole"ion tbe oerefit of our kimvieilu-i- of meiltcliic and our Inimitable skill tn Ihe art of surgerv. Hen-ember your family physician is slsavs w irorae to see cs erut. We are willing losprrsd our kn-iwledce and snow our skill, and e feel justly proud of the daily roneratniaiiiina w nxelve from the- medi cal prt fersion lor tbe advanced medical aud cervical literature we tave written. OFFICE I 124 WEST THIRD STREET.! Hock Island Savings Sank. ROCK Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Kony Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security. OFFICERS. J M Brroan. President. Johx CRi-BAtGH, Vice PrcsldeuL 1 Uukemawalt, Cashier. Began business JnlyX. iwin, and nrcupy the 8. K. cur. Hitchell At Lynde's new building. JOUN M. PA1UDON. PilRIllOZbT & SOIff Painters and Decorators FAPZB E11T3ZS3, CALCOLHrEIlS, tto.. SII3F, 419 SoToatsoatli St., 2CCZ ISLAND. ILL, SEIVERS & CONTRACTORS All kinds of carpenter work dona Office and Shop 721 Twelfth atrcct EVERY WOSV5AN BoeMtlnissnee sarsllabl.. ssoothty, vreUUr- rn.'irire. fbiiy I rrmlsas SSd Uu.nraMUbCsbuidbassd. U ya vani tba bssi. ret Dr. Fsal's Tbev arspromp. ns'e ard e-rtal rotor, cx.ntajiywkeri.ll.uu. For ealc at Haricr House I'harmacy, Iock Island, 111. and Children. Pitcher's Castoria. DEL J. E. WALSH, Lste of Chlcsgo, formerly Surgeon In-Cblef of CATARRH. Bronchitis, Asthma. early cnnsnnip'loa, Itheumstlsm, Neuralgia, l'v-t n-ta, scr.. fills, Sydillisand all blood, liver and kidney diseases. RUPTUKB, Piles. Fistula. Hydro. cole and Vaiimcelccurcd b),tht latest and must feocccsarul methods. DON'T submit to a surgical opera tion without consulting us Remember onr lmg hospital rxpereiice enables ua to save a Ufa where others fall. SURGICAL operations performed at your homo when desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty. KcCallough Builling, I U-iirs-S to IS, V 1 to 4. sad I 7 to 8 DAVENPOBT IOWA Incorporated Under the State Law. ISLAND. ILL. DIRECTORS. C F Lynde, John crnbsugh II I' llnll. K W ll'iirt, Joho Volk Wm Wllaaertoa. Pbll Mitchell, L ttlmon, i M Buford, Jacksom A llciurr, Solicitors. BKHKT A. PAB1DOI ANDERSON and BUILDERS. Oenerai tobbmr done on short n itica and saUcfactiou g iranu4 ROCK ISIAXir PcnRraya. Pi.Is In rera't. Tb n!il?-(Ir. PoaVtl orTjrdisaa. Addtcsj txi. jUcsicucx to CicveUad, Ol )