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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. 1895. THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Phicaoo, bock ISLAXD PACIFIC Railway Tickets cm be purchased or m gaze chucked tt h 1 A P Twentieto street depot or C H I A I depot comer Ptftk avenue ud lhlrty-srst street, Frank H. Flummer. Axemt. TBAIN8. KeH. I Win, Denver Limited A Umtto. Ft. Worth, Denver K. 0. Minneapolis Omasa Dee Moines lOmaha A Minneapolis OntbtADti Moines Ex.. t l:96u n 8: IIS am i!U:O0pm t 4:M m 1:40 am T :Sn am S:30pm !4:tnam til :inpm It 5K0em i a :10am B-IL'.nn 7 fun Omaha A Minneapolis Ex.. Dnrtr, Lincoln A Omaha... 11:15 am S:A0am :) em Bt. Paul A MtnnespoPe Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C tXnw City A St. Joseph. IRoek Island A Washington. tChlcairo A De Moines tll:(5pm t :ft am t8: pm it 1:16 am t 7:30 am Irl.Wim I'lltfe pm m:3u am t I 45 pm 7 :30 pm 6 . IS pm KocK IslandAStuart Ac Kock Islsnd&Brookiyn Arrival, t Departure. lDsliy,exceptSaidy. All othen daily. Telephone 1093. BURLINGTON BOUTS C., B. A Q. BAIL way Depot First avenue and sixteenth street, at. J. Yoana, went. TRAINS. I LUVB. laBBITB. Bt. Loots Btpreee 7:00 ami T:ipm Bt. Lonia Express 1: pm. :5S am Pterllng, DubuqaeaSt. Fan t 40 pml 1:M am Beardstowa Passenger 1 2:50 pm 11:18 am Btcrllng. Pnhnqne A St. Paul 1 1M em 8:60 pm Daily. tDally except Sunday. CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A BT. ' PAUL Railway Ractne A Southwestern Division Depot Twentieth street, between Pint af d 8eond avennes, B. D. W. Holme. Agent. . TRAINS. ' T.IATB. Mail and Bxpren T:(10 am 9:t0pm nt-Panl Bxprees ' 4:00 pmi 11:10am Freight and Accomtnodat'n.i IhOO am 7:30 pm Dally except Handay. R ock Island a Peokia Railway Depot First Avenne and Twentieth street. TRAINS. Laava Abuts Eastern Ex. "The Trilby". . I'eoriea St Louis Mall fix... I Express Peoria Accnm. Freight ; Cable (via cncrrardi Accoro. Cable Accommodation : Cable Accommodation 1 t aiu a: (IB am 1:45 Dili 10:3pm o:hj pm 11:1S un 7:10 pm 2:H) am 5:80 pm 2:a pm o:um am H :40 am :x5pm 7m am Passenger trains leave C, K. I. A P. (Molina avenoe) depot Ove f5 minute earlier than time (given. Trains marked daily, all other trains cany except snmiay. UUKLIKOTON, CEDAR RAPIDS A rortnern Hallway, depot loot or Brady street, Davenport. Jaa. Morton, Uen. Tk't A rasa. Agent. Davenport Trains. Lbavs Arbivb Pavseuusr Freight It .riK nni blU:a5 am b:45 pm b7:(W i m West Liberty Train tNorth. JSouin Passenger.. M " No, " Freight h7:10m al0:80 pm bS :40 pm al3:4fl pm bio :4upm as :l&am b7 :26 pm bll :46am bH :00 am m UAll, 1 IS sail 7 vaitui tj a hubs w 1 xwiurn. uui mi t Go in a; Booth mud east. No. 18 runs between - kilana avanM hnnnaw MIaisia niMih NEW To the East via the R. . & P. In Effect Jane 30. Lv Knck Island CllllF Depot Lv Hock Island Twentieth st Depot Ar Peoria Ar Hlonmington Ar Imlianaiwlis Ar Louisville Ar Cincinnati Ar Dayton..... Ar Columbus Ar Jacksonville Ar fprtngtleld Ar ft bonis Ar Lincoln itr IH-culur Ar Mattoun ArKvausvillc Ar Decatur Ar Terre Haute- 4 33 am 4 27 am 8 00 am 8 OS am II 20 am 140 pm 1 45 pm 7 Mam Birr am S ffl nm 1 lipm 925 pm 2.V)pm o lvpm llnpm 11120 D Vi bo am 3 10pm 8 bt pm 3ism 7 27 am 7 m pm ft 15 pm 8 (in pm M titn 7 Si) am H VI am 7 AO am 110 50 am 8 25 pm 8 40 pm 6 i'J am 8 58 pm tuauam 0 43 am II 10 am 1 10 pm 6 40poi :.i 12 05 80 4i SOOpm 7 ou pm THROUGH CAR SERVICE ROCK ISLAND TO BT. LOUIS. Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00 a. m. carries through coach to St. LouU, passing through Pekin, Hav ana, apringtieid and Latcuticia. Lines east 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. Buii, Uaater: L. B. SriTXB, Clerk. Leaves Rock Irland for Mnscatine. New Motion, Keithsburg, oqaawka, and Bar lin;un every Monday, Wednesday And Ficidav, at 4:30 r. M. Nice rooms and Rood meals. Special rates to parties of live or more who wish to make the round trip. The Youne has been vory recently purchased and Atted np for this trade, and is not surpassed by anything on the Mississippi for elegance and comfort. GEORGE LAHONT A SOS, Agents. Diamond Joe Line Warehouse We oy Young to tJtrtrtltrt our BAlrentww men? in part payment for a hUrti inde Actne btryoJc. WDtrU f ftrnd ihem on approrml. No work done xxuiil tfim bUjlsj malne um. yrOTM Young Ladies $S?t2r If borsorjritfs appr they trcxtst, be woU ACME CYCLE COI1PANY. ELKHART, IND. PASSENGER SERVICE v r f -s r mvmrSmim tempi SIMMOM4f regulator7 ikcaufijuju juu ever fccuht? ouaau.ii) Liver Reoulator, the "King op L.IVEB medicines Y" iiverj-Dody needs take a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or diseased liver that impairs digestion and causes constipation, when the waste that should be carried off remains in the body and poisons the whole system. That dull, heavy feeling is due to a torpid uver. Biliousness, ueadacne, Malaria and Indigestion are all liver diseases. Keep the liver active by an occasional close or bimmons Liver xieg ulator and you'll get rid of these trou bles, and give tone to the whole sys tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver Regulator is better than Pills. It does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly refreshes and strengthens. Kvcry package lias the Iced Z Flump on me wrapper. j. 11 Zciliii & Co., Philadelphia. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. . ATTORNEYS. b. o. OOBKBLLT. B. S. COBBBXLT. Connelly & Connelly, Attorneys at Law. OfBca second floor, over Mitchell A Lmde's nana, money v loan. Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys at Law. Office 1b Bock Island National Bank building. B. D. aWBBBBf . O. X.. WAI.KBK. Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys and Councillors at Law Ofllc In Bengston'i Block. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. Leatal business of all kinds nromotly attended to. State's Attorney of Jiock Island county. imce, rosiome siock. McEniry &s McEnlry, Attorneys at Law. Loan monoy on cood seenritv: mass collec tions. Refnvnos, siltchcU Lynda, bankers. umoe. roatomca siocz. ARCHITECTS. Drack &; Kernr, Architects and Superintendents. Room T M C A Balldlnc. cor Third avenae ana ineteentn street, Geo. F. Stauduhar, Architect. Plans and superintendence for all class of Ralld'nfr. Rooms ti and 65, Mitchell Lynda BalKUng. Take elevator. PHYSICIANS. Dr. "W. H. Ludewig Specialist of Eye, Ear Nose and Throat. Office In Treeman's new building, corner Sev enteenth street and Third avenue, I'.oct Island. Telephone No. 1US8. Dr. Chas. M. Robertson, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. 0Oce, Whlttaker Block, southwest corner Third and Brady streets, Davenport, Iowa Rooms 17 and 18. Honrs: I toll a. m.,1 to 4 p. m. I , B. BOIXOWBCSB, X. 3. . B. BABTB, B, S. Drs. Barth & Hollowbush, Physicians and Surgeons. Office 40 3rd t. Telephone 105 BetldencaTSiaistet. llI unci aorsa: Dr. Barth I Dr. Hollowbash B to 10 a, m, I 10tolia.m, 1 to i and 7 to a p. m, S to 5 and 7 to 8 p, m. CITY urricKKa. W. A. Darling, City Engineer. Room 4. Mitchell A Lvndc's building. DENTISTS. R. II. Fearce, Dentist. Room 29 and SI In Mitchell ft Lyndo"s new Bnildlne. Tike elevator LEGAL Administrator's Notice. Estate of Geonre W. Swilcr. Deceased. The ncdersisrne'l havine been avpoTntcd ad minirtrator of the e.tateof Oeorce W. Swl.er. i.ite of the eonnty of Kock Island, sUie of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear before the ennry court of Kock Island county, at the office of the clerk of said court, in the city of Kock Island, attliebeiitemttcrtrrm on the flrt Monday in Ssptemlio. next, at which time ail persous having claims a a:csl said estate are notified and requested to attend, for the purpose of having the same ad)utcd. All persons ixdebtrd to said estate are request ed to make Immediate payment to the nndcr slencd. Dated this 3rd day of July, A. D. 1S9S. T. U. THo.MAS, Administrator. ho 1it. rrinunn to tvfret tast ahu.r w -ilrfe nrvr Ion tlwrr. erv- F m cuj.'.rritL.:. V . it rrcni :.'ieiitiy W iTI losnes.withtwtdMcrwrilt bWi fa P VI r.rj. .. i.wl,Alrvrt-.T,I,a.-eto. "waw cr:r' and rrKui t m fcWc 4 la yontijr orold as th V. onarr.u. lniiuk ti-m-i S'or vftna i 'rrolifr . S.Uatl.ope-fcarv. crrfsi -r S-hS irlia a wrllu. uun.u ta rue r mk7 r-lwlrd. Ou.-TI.4a I R1.L. Addrf tUVL 'Hi:lf l.l'H, Af.mi i t r. s..t hiLffirtr .ii ru buv it wf t lit Jmu t ejutnc J v. M jiLutl k I u.Uci, KUCK lLAM), ILL. SIXTH DAY'S TALK Of the Silver and Gold Cham pions at Chicago. DISCUSSIOir OF MUCH ISTEEEST. Harvey Illamlnatas the Quest low af Bciaav title Bl install lam mad Uort Calls Attaa tloa to Some Things la Calas Flnaaclal School" That Be Saye Are Ho True Production of the Two aletals Since 1874 Doth increase la Velnene. Chicago, July 84. A statement has (rone oat from this city that the Ilarvey- Horr debate is attracting little attention here; that the sessions are attended by but few people, etc. The fact is that the sessions can be attended by bnt few, as there is room for not more than ISO in the hall where the sessions are held. It is also a fact that the interest is great, not only in the city but all over ths country. The attendance is limited to those invited. and invitations are rarely neglected. All the papers here print the debates in some shape, and several print them in full. There is a great demand all over the country for good synopses of what the two debaters say of the subject. Harvey Opens the Sixth Talk. Yesterday's discussion was opened by Harvey, who summarized the result of the Monday's discussion as substantiat ing generally what he was there to main tain. Horr then took tho floor and pro ceeded to call attention to what he called misleading statements in Harvey's book. For instance, ho declared to be untrue tho statement that it was believed that tho cost of producing all the silver in the world was about C- per ounce. Horr pointed out that there bad been a vastly increased production at greatly reduced prices. At tho cost of which Harvey spoko tho silver miners ire three years would have lost about $;:iG,0O0.0t-0t and men did not continue in a losing business to that extent. Aesretate of the Precious Metals. Again Harvey had put the aggregate amount of silver in the world at about three billion dollars. Is was estimated that there were about six billions. Har vey had said that the debt of the United Scutes amounted to forty billion dollars; that was an absurdity. The statement of tho amount of interest which the United States paid annually Europe was also nutruo. Harvey said the amount of sil ver referred to was tho amount availablo for coinage. Returning to bis argument on bi-metallism harvey said that the option of the debtor to pay in a cheaper metal should not be impaired. This would always muintain parity. It the creditor were given option of money In which he should bo paid he would de niand dearer money, theroby increasing demand for that metal and decreasing the other, theroby widening instead of narrowing tho disparity. Not the Question I'nder Discussion. Horr declared that Harvey was wan dering from the question in debate, be cause he had sever.il times declared that if "the mints of the world" would give free and unlimited coinage) to silver on a certain ratio it oouli be maintained. Horr said that was not tho question to be con sidered nt all, "but whether, after the entire civiliaed world has refused to use silver as money of final redemption, and still refuses to use It, can tho United States rlnglehandod and alono afford to put ltielf upon a silver basis and join Mexico, Chili, and Tripoli on this sub ject? ' fcllOIVS TAG ANNUAL PRODUCT. Both Metals la Increased Yearly Quanti ties Since 1873. He then submitted a table of tho pro duct of gold und silver since 1874, taken from Harvey's book, and added to it mint reports of tho product for 1S!3 and lStti, This tablo showed, Horr declared, that since lbTl the production of silver has been steadily on tho increase, and that gold has since ls75 been also . on tho in' crease; but whilo silver had increased in quantity three times during that period, gold had only doubled in quantity. Harvey went back to the discussion of primary money as a measurj value. In IboT, he declared that all tho money in circulation was ?ls..b per capita, and in "! i it was 1 18. 19 pur capita and In those times all the money was primary money, tho measure of values being paper money itself. In lbi4 we had a per capita circu l.ttion t-1 but the troublo was that but I'j per capita was primary money. Prices were governed and controlled by tho primary money in a country. Horr rejoiLed: ,-Prices are not gov erned or controlled by tho amount of pri mary money in any country or in the whole world, so far as I know. Why, when wo passed tho law of ls"3 there was at that time only about one hundred and thirty-five millons of gold in the country all the primary money we had. If his doctrine is true prices should have been doubled instantly. Ah, but there is the trouble with your mathematics. If your doctrine is true every product in this country should havo been reduced in price by this cheapening of silver." Horr said Harvey was really a Green backer; ho .wanted a cheap dollar, and called attention to the fact that all the highly clvilizod nations of the earth had the gold standard. Harvey denied that Horr was justified in calling him a Green backer, and said that he believed In gold and silver as primary money to the full est extent uuder bimetallic laws that governed prior to 1S73. In relation to the claim of Horr that all civilized nations of the earth were in favor of the gold stan dard, Harvey said that all the civilized nations of tho earth were at one time slave-holding nations, and individual slave holders had msdo precisely the argu ment advanced by Horr. He then went back to credit and re demption money and declared that credit money may be issued by a government with safety only la such quantity as will not embarrass it in case a run is made on the government for redemption, ii the government required redemption money it can fljat bonds among Its own people to the full amount necessary to obtain what primary mmey it needs. 2J gov ernment should borrow from the people of another nation. To do au was a con fession ot monetary weakness. No government, he declared, should issue credit money in quantity beyond the amount of primary money among its own people, and it should have no money in Its treasury exeep; for its current ex penses and Improvements. The money should be among the people. This closed the debate for the day and an adjourn ment was taken until Thursday. LABOR ARBITRATION BILL PASSED. lllinola Roaao Totee for the Bearaa Usas wra -Marr lam's Baadlarjr Resolution. Efstsgfikld, July 24 The house was ths business end ot the legislature. Ho gan's labor arbitration bill was passed with only one man Murray voting no. Merriam offered his resolutions calling for an investigation of newspaper charges ofboodlery la the IcgMature. He said that it the charges were not proven the papers should be prosecuted for libeL Others said the resolutions should specify, in which case they would vote for them. A motion to suspend the rules was lost E9 to 30. In the senate as bill was Introduced permitting men on juries In criminal eases who admit they have read the news paper trials ot the same and have formed opinions, but who swear they can impar tially try such cases; the state Is alsc given the right to appeal. A bill to in crease the state tax levy t5J0,0W a yeai for the next two years was reported fa vorably. In the jeint Republican caucus a reso lution that all subjects named by the governor be answered either by legisla tion or resolution was adopted. Several resolutions calling for early adjournment were defeated. "CROP FROSPECTS IN ILLINOIS. Fine Bains Make Last Week Exception . airy ttood for Frames. ' "CHICAGO, July 24 The state'weather crop bureau has the following to say ol crop conditions during last week: Al though the rainfall during the past week was light in the southern section the average for tho state was nearly twice the normal fall, which, with temperature abovo the normal, has made the week an exceptionally favorable one. Corn has made remarkable progress and is gen erally in tho silk, with ears shooting in many early fields. Oats harvest has been delayed by tho rains in northern counties, also the threshing of rye, wheat and the early cut oats. Late potatoes, gardens and pastures aro generally much Improved by the rains, and late potatoes promise a good yield. In tho central and southern sections fruit is very plentiful and trees are bendlug under their burden. Flow ing is general in all southern counties and has begun in the central. Water has become more plentiful, wells, springs, tiles and streams are tilling onco more, which Is much desired. VERY STRONG AGAINST SALOONS. Bo Strong That a Little Thing Like This Is J oat Fon. Zaxesyille, O , July 24 The 400 resi dents of Batesvillc, clad in nightgowns and other nondescript apparel, gathered at ! o'clock in the morning to view by lantern light the wrecked saloon building owned by Luther Stewart, of Barnes ville, who had employed John Depew to keep it. Tho building and contents were completely ruined by an explosion, the shock of which broke tho glass In tho sur rounding ones. O The loss on the building and contents is about 61,600. The sentiment of the vii lago is very strong against saloons, and EL L. Albert; a former saloonist, became so intimidated that he hauled his stuff away. At Temporanceviilo, two miles distant, a saloon was blown up last Win ter. The Pan-American Caaa;rosa, Toronto, July S3. The session of the Pan-American congress opened with an attendance of nearly ono thousand dclo sates. A number of addresses were made. Two afternoon sessions were held, one in Metropolitan church and the other in Sc. James iquaro. Tho conference closed last night, after adopting a resolution to cointinue tho meetings. Aetion of Pennsylvania Miners, PittsBUBG, July 24. The convention ot coal miners of Pittsburg dlstriot has adjourned, having discussed and adopted important resolutions declaring that prices to be paid for mining after August shall be 69 cents where country stores exist, and 64 cents where the operators pay cash without deductions. The reso lutions will be sont to the operators with tho request to make answer to the convex tion ot August 1, when any further action deemed necessary will be taken by the miners. Election Crooks Convicted. Chicago, July 24 Georgo A. Holier and Frederick Storms have been convict ed of a conspiracy to defeat the election laws. Holzer was given four years In the penitentiary and storms two years. Tho two wero policemen on duty on elec tion day last November and let the toughs tun the polls. Scores on the Ball Field. Chicago, July 4 Scores at baso ball by National League clubs were: At Pitts burgBaltimore 4, Pittsburg 5; at On cinnati New York 7, Cincinnati 8; at Cleveland Washington 8. Cleveland 9: (second game) Washington 3, Cleveland 6; at ist. Louis Boston 10, St. LeuisTS; at Chicago Brooklyn o, Chicago U; at Phil adelphia Kaln. Results of British Elections. London, July 24 The following ase the number of members ot parliament elected by the different parties: Con servatives, 308; Liberal-Unionists, 6i; total Unionists, W4. Liberals, 126; Mc- Cartbyites, .7; .farneUltce, U; Labor, total opposition, 1U4. The Unionists thus far show a net gain of seventy-thrca seats. Met and Considered the strike. CLEVELAND, July 24 To an Associated Press representative President W. D. K. Kees, of the Republic Iron company. whose miners are on strike in the Michl gan iron district, said that the strike had been under consideration at a meeting of the directors of the various companies in terested. He declined, however, to state what action, if any, had been decided upon. Mine Flra Is Probably Oat. Angels Camp, Cal., July 24 Ths water in tho Utica mine is now fifty foet above the tfji f oot level ot the compart ment where the fire commenced. The flooding process has practically, it is be lieved, extinguished the fire, but It is not certain. Ccyer Oivca Cp tba Search. DETEOIT, Mich., July 24 Detective Geyer, of Philadelphia, has given np the search for the missing Howard Pitsel in Detroit and left for Indianapolis, whers it is said certain dcviloDaieaU hare been made la the case. - . . THE MARKETS. Saw York financial. Kbw Tons. July B. Money on rail easy at 1 tier cent Prima mercantile papar 4.i per cent. Sterling exchange tirzn, with -actual business in tankers' bills at ;SiaJi for demand and lb 9iS for sixty days; posted rates 4r iiltl and itWjiWO:; commercial blUsl 4SA$S4. ' Silver cenincatesSuH&STK: no sales: bar silver. t5. Mexican dollar i. &UL United States Kovernmeut bonis firm: new 4'a reg. da coupon. 3.); S's re., l:5)s: cuupja . lid,- 4's rrg-. IU: 4's coupons, lL!a; 3a re-., 87; Pacino ti's of Hi lua Chicago Grain and Prodneo. Chicago, July Si. Foilowiaar" were the quotation on the Board of Trade today: Wheat Juiv. opened 67c closed 6vlc; September, opened bH-. closed 6 ?s-'; Dcx-ember. opeuel TJc. closed CJfec. Cjrn July nominal. cleed 44$c; September, opened iOac, closed Uli'i iJejrmOor. opened ijyc ciosoj tl4C; Slay, opened ail.-. closed nv?se. llata July, opentd 23hc closed loHrc: Soptember, opeued CSmc closed !Lc; May. opened :3V". closod KiHc- Pork July, nominal, closed fli.t74; September, opened 1 11.0 J. close 1 tlti.7.: January, opened titi.SK), closed tlx 70. Lard July, nominal: closed. Sd.Sj, Produce: Butter Extra creamery. 17o per lb: extra dairy. HiSlis: paoin stock. SA Sc. Eggs Fresh stock, loss oil. llo per dozen. Live poultry Spring chickens, Udt lJc per lo; nens, yc: roosters, A .'-; tur key. 7;iS'4j; ducks. He; gseie, J.ujj 4.UU per dox. Potatoes New. 40 4-lie per bu. Blackberries, Allcuigiu, ft.Xi&l.si per ll qt case; raspberries, black. 1,0 ii.Si per il-pt case; red. $LUuai.5i per 2t-pt -sate. New apples -Jl.2ijii S per bbl Honey -White cl.iver, 1-lb sections, new stjck, li4llc: brown comb- Wtuc; dark cumin, pjoc paikt.ei, So; strained Ca ifornia. 5tt6j. Chicago Liva Stock. Chicaoo, July rx Live Stock Prices at thi Union Stack yards today range! as f illovs: Ho4 Kstt. mate J receipts for the day 17. DM salda ranged at .8J3."..0il pigs, tl.9l.VU lUht, Jl. 7jh4.SH rough packing. Si Slj-VS) mixed, and tvLSIAjj.iJ heavy packing and sluppiuj lota. Cattle Estimatod roc.-ipts fjr the day. 5.0UU; quotations ranged at to.;ittl.(M choica to extra shipping steers, Si.7j&i. A good to choice do, Si.,ij.7i ftir to gol. $L-)r&i.a common to medium do, $ t.4Uu8j butcuera, steers. 8istK&-l.lS stockera, $L3ij.U0 feeders. Jl. 1113.7(1 cows, r.'.a)i.4J heifers, S-'.iiJ.dJ bulla, Siti0a,t4i Toxas stecrj, i5jitii veal calves. Sheep Estimated receipts for tho day. 11 1 J; sales ranged at II303J-7J westerns. ti(Uj,J io Teiaus, JL7iit.ttJ natives, and $i.ti Ui.bj Uilnbj. The Local Markets. Ball no. Corn 4Sc Oats sue. Mav TunottiT. Sl.)iA1: nnl"-1. fn&SM: wua, a.3S!3.uu;siougu gajsiiu; naieu ia. TB fIT iKD VKuBTaBLKS. Potatoes- 80c. Onions 30c per bn. raoBcom. Batter Fair tr choice. 15c: fresh cream cry 18 EfTKe Fresh, 10 :. Poultry Chickejs, 6l. Mva stock. Cattle Butchjrs pty for corn fed steers Vfft5;i cows and nelfcrs, 334i ; calves Hopsc nneep iJi 34c Spring laiub, Si.SOgJSL a head. rcxL. Coal -Soft, 10c fladonllns Attack water Craft. " , . T - 1 .- , . . - - doulns made a determined attack upon a number ot lighters in tho harbor. They boarded the vessels and plundered them of the most valuable goods on board. Seven sailors and nine negro stevedores were seriously wounded in defending tho io-btrra TO YOUNG WIVES We Offer a Remedv Which Insures Safe ty to Life of Mother and Clulu. "t.1 OTHERS' FRIEND" ROBS CONFINEMENT OF IT8 PAIN, HORROR AND RI8K. ' My wife used only two bottles. She was easily and quickly relieved; is now uoint, splendidly. J. S. Morton, Harlow, N. C, Pent by express or mall, on receipt of price, l.OS per bottle. Book "To MOTilKlla'' mailed free. BHADHEI.D REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, GA. Mild BY ALL WltttitilSTa. Joian Voile 5c Co., -QZNKKAL CONTRACTORS ASC HOU3E BTJLLDERS. Manufacturers of Sash, Doors and minds, And all kinds of Woodwork for liuildcrs Siding, Plowing, Wainscoating 1-th street, bat 4tb and 5th avs WEAK MEN MADE VISOROUS. I'WY. S'"0A.Y. IDY. 7"3r. Mat PEFFER'S MERYIGOH Did! It. acts puwcrfully and qnii klr. Cures when a"! others fail. Young men r-aln Vmt manhood: old men recover yomlif til vigor. Abolaclyfiar Impsleney, X lehtly PmisalnB., ttmt Puwrr. eitbeh MX, Fullins Mrranrr. UB.iln. ltl- raiwa, and an rfret4 rj rlf alnue or trmm ana vutucrrri'-m. Wnrds off Insanity and cmaumptloru Iintl-t'CraBirit Impose a worthlesastibstitutn on J'ou tirau.- It ylolos a greater nr- .ttu lniion hav. r.t PEEFP.B'SI KEltVIOeSat, or send I T It. Can be carried In vct p- M-kek fropald plnln wrap per. 1 per box. or O f..r si.t, sub A foltlva Vrlttea Osaraatee to Care orKeraaa tho Money. F'an.jtlilet lri-e.8oM by draatrlsta. A-ldraa ruiut juvitaa IM S, luc Sold by Ilartz 4 Vllemeycr axu T. II Thomas. VI6011 urn Easily. Quickly, Pcrmanenily Restored. Wraknrsa, KrrveasnMa, asTDikiay, ana an tu train oi evils imm early errors or latrr exresH-. t be results of overwork, sltkncns worry. etc r uIlMreueta. devel opment and tone given to ,e'-eryonran and port Hi n of trie body. Simple nat ural metbols. Immedi ate fmnrnvrmrat een. ailare ImDossible. 2.0(10 references. Book. explanation and proofs mailed (scaled) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y 2Pv em r What is saf i l.tAA Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotic substance It is a harmless substituto for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oik It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverlshness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind" Colic Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, - giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers havo repeatedly told mc ot its good effect upon their children.' Do. Q. C. Osaoon, Lowell, alai. Castoria Is the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hot the day is not far distant when mothers wi 11 consider the ro.il interest of their children, and use Castoria in stead of the variousquack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, eonthin; syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby seudiog them to premature craves.' Pa, J. F. TSrscBxxoB, Conway, Ark. 11m Ceatau Company, TT CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE, a Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists Permanently located DU. T. M. WALSH, Formerly Clinical Proressor In twoof Chicago's 1 lading medical colleges. Acknowlcdced by the afedical Profession, Acknowlcdnd by the Press, Acknowledge! by all as tbe World's Grealctt and Only Successful Specialists in Clironlc, MerToas, I'rlvate and rurgical Diseases of both sexes. COXSILTATIOS FREE! PKOMPT AXU PERVAXEXT CURES! ELECTRICITY scientifically ap plied, netvnas debility, loss manhood, rxhsnotlve dram, night losses, defective memory, t limit ned insanity, loss of will power, mental delusions, sleeplessness, etc WOMEN suffcrinn; from diseases of the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys, nervone exhaustion, palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, or anv diseases pecullsr to the sex. should call on tlie great specialist and get an opinion ou ber case free of charge. Only Curable Cases Taken. Best of references and credentials. If yon can not call, write. Hundreds cured by mall. The praises we have received for oar remarkable skill in curing cases lven nn as hopeless by all has compelled us to nse this means In order to irive the people as well as tba medical profession the henelit of our koov. lt due of medicine and our Inimitable skill in the art of surgery. Kumembrr your family physician is always welcome lo see ns nperate. We arc willing lo spread our knowledge and show our skill, and we feel justly proud of the daily rnngntulaions we receive from tbc medi cal profession for the advanced medical aud surgical literature we rave written. OFFICE I HcCeltough Building, I n-nrsto 12, 124 TOST THIRD STREET.' dvesport Rock Island Savings Bank. ROCK Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security. OFFICERS. i M Bnronn, President. Jon Chl'bauuh. Vice President. P UKEaaawaLT. Cashier. Began business JnlyX. Imho, and occupy tbe S. K. cor. K itchcll A Ludes new bulldiu. JOnW M. PABIDOsT. PARIDOIV7 A SOIff Painters and Decorators FATES EAX7QEHS, CaU.S0mZ3S, etc. SHOP. iI9 S7sntoonUi St., EOCH XSLAZn). ILL. SEIVEBS & CONTRCTOl All kinds of carpenter work dona Offico and Shop 731 Twelfth street EVERY WOMAN Oometlmes ne-s a rsllabls, monthly, rrolatr mcdk-ln. Only barmlass ts4 tbe.urestdrt.Esabsuid tacseo. Hjou want the btal, cut Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills Thrr prrmtpi. nSm rs -rtlB In rmlt. Tb rcnalBC (Dr. PmI.) mmr 41mm a.l e.atanea-h.ea at I faft AaJu. Ii . Uai.u-ianf'a 'lra.l..J m . r SaWta ijBBie w sWV nwtwih) waMaAMW t aVaVaW asm I ffsa al JI ar VFa VsV'flUlliV, For sale at Harper House 1'fc.armacjr, Rock Island, 111. s! tt ! "ataldlf m Castoria. " Castoria Is sa well adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any preaeriptioa known to me. H. A. Ancm, Tel. D.. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. Onr physician In the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their experi ence in their outside practice with Castoria, and although we only have among r medical supplies what Is known as regular products, yot we are free Co confess that the merits ot Castoria has won us to look with favor upon it. Umtxd BosrrraL akd Dismnusrr, Boston, ) Aun C Sam, Pres., Murray Straat, New Tork City, in Davenport, Iowa. WALSH, Late of Chlrsro, formerly! Surgeon In-Chlcf of St. Anthony's llospiui. CATARRH. Bronchitis, Asthma, early consumption, Khenmatlam, Neuralgia, Dy.prn.ta, Pcrofula, Syphilis and all blood, liver and kidney diseases. KUPTUUE. Piles. Fistula. Hydro. rate and Varicocele cared bytbe latest and most successful methods. DON'T submit to s surpical opera tion without consulting n. Hrmembcr onr long hospital rxpsrence enables ns to save a life wnere others fail. SUlMilCAL operations performed at voor hnase when desired. Abdominal and braiu surgery a specialty. Incorporated Under the Stato Law. ISLAND. ILL. DIRECTORS. C F Lynde, John crubaugh ii i linn, B W llurst. Wm Wllmerton, Phil Mltcbell, L Htmon, JMUufurd, John volK. Jac Rsoa A IIi-bst, Solicitors. HEf A. PA SI DOB ANDERSON and BUILDERS. General Jobbing done on short n aica and satltsfactivu giaraDteel KOCK ISLAND WW" DR. J. E.