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VOL. XLIV. HO. 259. BOCK ISLAND, ILLM THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1896. FBICE THREE CENTS. ROCK PEACE OF NATIONS I, ft. t- tt .onl Chief Justice Russell on iruuraiion. GREAT SPEECH OF SYRACUSE. Indorses the I' road Principle of International Law. The Only Question is That of Practicability. Sahatoua. N. Y Aujr W. Nearly live thousand pnople anssrubled today t' listen to tbe addrM tf Lord Cbirf Jmtici) Hum!!, of Knlind. on "In ternational Arbitration" befjre the American liar aj.'ociatinn. It was one i t the nnt distinguished audi encea that tvi-t gathered bere. Lord Kusnell gave a sketch of the growth ami iro-rf n. of the movement for in trnation:il arbitration in this coun try and Liirope, which he Tery strongly indi r-eil.but pointed out that it Jacke t much of having reached the jxiint of actual efficiency, tie de. larrd it would not cover the whole tioM of International controversy un til the great pjwer of the world in league bid themselves coerce recal citrant nations. lie expressed doubt whether in any case a permanent tribunal would be practical or ilesir abl. The Interests involved tj tbe rrimniunity were so enormous and the forces of national sympathy, pride and prejudice so searching that he doubted whether such a tribu nal could long . retain control and confidence. With war as the I'm a I arbitrator, nations would not put forward trivial claims. With little risk attending arbitration there would be a great temptation to do so. There was. however, one influence which might always be legitimntcly exercised by the powers In the interest of peace meditation. At the close of Lord Rental's ai ilreM the audience rhtrred. tho dem onstration lasting 15 minutes. Tha Pram Comas Hack. Chkistiaxa. Au. 2d. Dr. Nan sen's Arctic ship, Kram. which be left Imbedded in the ice January, ''... while he pushed farther north, arridnd at SkjTVo last evmiu. Capt. Sverdrup, c.itnnisnder. reports all on board well. The Fram called at !.in'a island A . II, and raw I'rnf. Andro, who is still wailing for a favorable wind for his Arctic bal loon trip. Telegrams of prcctin nnd congratulation lntwccn Sver. drop and Nanscn wero exchanged. I he Irani left for rromsoe where it met Naoscn this morning. Mora Kasaaeawat for ttryaa. I'm r Kri Hhk, X. Y.. Aug. 1 -W. J. Hryan. democratic piesiden tial candi date, will deliver addrrsse at several points in New York not heretofore contemplated. Aug. 31 be will speak In Cleveland, the next day at Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 2 in To ledo, and Sept. 3 at South Bend, lad., and Sept. 4 will be spent in Chicago at the national hcadii'iar- We. He docs not speak thero. lie will leave for Nebraska on the tn irn log of the 5th, making no stops He savs speeches a, all points will be very I tief. St.fcfa.ke MT Stead laiilanapwiia, Ouaiia. Aiijf. ".'". The local drm ocratio managers sav they have not yrt decided as to the presentation ol M m. .1. Sterling Morton's name as a presidential candidate at the Indian nll. contention. A confrrrnee f gold standaid dennK rats will bihcM here within a lew days to considir the matter. Nebraska msv decide not to send a detrition to the In dianapolis convention at all. t-aavaltoa ot Sllw t'lab.. W A.iiinr!s. Aug. 20. (Jeorge P. Keenry, national organizer of the siivcr parlv, has been anointtd by the silver party national presi dent l the various non-partian sil Ver and binietallicclubs of the 1'nitcd States. Hi, has called a natioual con ventinn of such clubs to meet in Chi cago Sept. 23. A IH. petals t.s,i( af Tramp.. Wll.lMAt:, Minn.. Aug. 2:1. A gang cf tramps held op and robbed I prominent men last uiubt. Als probably latally shot J. Til'deo, boy. A la'ge osse is in ursuit, and hjhtirg is eipected. l-llarataia la Cumin. CuiCACO.Aog 20 -Chairnai Jotes of tbedeirccraticnstlcnal committee, arrived tcday and at once engaged neaa lusriett si tn Mierrosn Uoast The distribution of campaign litera atare will beia at once. OoM Still now Oil. Xcw Yobk, Aog. 20. A for London today carried a steamer quarter it imdiiuq i-jiiay k of , milnoa of ',d BURT SAYS HE IS NOT GUILTY. M.iry tli Allegrl v.f ami Chllilrra Rutrlipr Telia lople. Chicago, An. 20. W. E. Hurt, alias V. K. Dunoon, arrcsti-d in tho Rial to liiiililinp and wanted in Antin, Tex., on the chiirgn of murdering liis .yrifo and fnniily, talk freely." My arrest on nucha rliarin-," h! wiid, '"was unexpected. When nrrrst.nl I fhnuirht It was for a forgery I wnnllitp-d to have committed two year In Tcxa. and It wn not until I heard th.-ofl.cer. In tho stntlon talking about tin1 rase whllo wiirchinfr me that I knew thrr was a chargi of murder. Ihey started tho ronrersnlion as ono of thuiii iln-w from my pocket a dirk-knifc in n leather sht'ath. Thev remarked thnt tha rk was t.e weapon nseU In the murder." I'ontiminjr, he said ho left Austin in uly (the murder of wife and babies wns rntnmittml In July) and came oxnly to hleno; that he eoulil aeroitnt for cverr moment nf tlmo lictweon his ilisnppenr aii'i' at Austin and the present; that ho hail no nwon to kill his wife, ns she was jrooil woman. Ho mlmltt.il hnvincr hc-ti iruilty of "another net of which I 1.1 not siienk" besides the forircry. The rrlme for which Utirt Is held wns com- milled lnt July. His wlfo and her two hildrcn wen- cut nnil hnekcl in a terrible manner and the bodies thrown into a cis tern, w here t hey wrro found a few days I after. The huslinnd Was suspected, but could not tic found. COMBINE IN THE GLASS TRADE. Two Organization Meet with the Iurpo.e of I'nilinc All .la. Maker. Pitt-iu-im;. Amr. 20. Itcprescntotlves of the Pittsburg Window Cihiss.CompJiny nnd the Indiana combine, met he e yester day for the purpose of establishing a cen tra! Kilcs npncy to control tho output of the country. To accomplish this it will lw necessary not only for tho Pittshur nnd the wexu rn combines to unite, but the eastern astocintion as well, ns the in- pwidcnt iiianiifucturiTsiiiu-t be brought iiu.i line. I 'Jo this end tho meetlmr nnnointrd a ! committee to ilnift it plun of iriK-tdiiro ' which will rH'SiitNiiietorv to all concerned. I When this committee completes its work another mectitu; will lie railed. The com- i line, if suecostully carried through, will lie almost identical with the plate irluss. bill 't, nail nnd other mh1s. Its object will In- to dccn'nse excuses, do nway with the midille man nnd joblier, ultimately to II ilirift to the coiisuiiht, control prices at thu seiihnr.rd and strike fonign cumpc tition u deal h biuw. NEW VOMAN 13 COMING ON. ItiB Win r.t I'oker In a Game Tlnyrd no a Vaelil Mm I'Usu.tcil. New YoitK. Au;;. it). Women RmMts at tho Hotel Ariyle, U:ith IJeich. are in hl-h spirit . b'l'.'ui-m two of their sex won V.." nt a porker xmie on tho yacht I 'relit-. I'harles Ilatelielder. n Well-known New Vurk stiM'k broker, was n iiiemlK-r i f Ihe party, and belnj- averse to nllowin the laili. t play, prop isisl tonkin th? Kami' ( iiinit. 'I he ladies agreed nnd lor a time 1 i.t money rcifii'nrly, hut Anal ly Mrs. Mali 111 i Davis, wife of one of tho pl iyers. won an In pot. Then Miss Louise looker vol f air j icks nnd Won $7 J on tho hand. Wi.cn the ca ne hrokx tin Mrs. Ilivis had won r" li"i mil Miss Tooker hid rXlto tnow'x ll. The lne:i say til it ill th;- future tliey won't let the women Jilay. FAMILY AFFLICTED WITH GLANDERS. liiid Head. Wire Kylnn ami Another Child liown with Hie Illnea-. ST Jjnx . An?, eo One child of the family of tioirire Hlns-, a market pirdner viiitfou the 'jutskirts of this city, has died of irl in.lcrs his wife is dyin, and an other child i b-y. nifisl 'J years is lc.-in- nlnirtoshow symptoms of tho dreadfu. cli-:-. The dis-.ist was trannnitteil to Ihe 111 is,- family irom a horsj used in iiLsrkitllnii lli.. .rirtlcti ,it-.til iiir Sevi-nil iLiy. no the first child iKT.ime ill. The rapidity of the di-a" was such tliat within llvi-dnys from the time tho tltsl uri-ititoms npiie.ircd the child was nl. I lit- -am. .vmptom ns marki-il the l!iii ill the t-hil 1 soon appeared in th! IllolhiT. Mnrilcr ('omtiiilleil Almut l.T, Cents. Waw ks. Ills., Au -Ju Charles Pi-ar- salt, a lO ye ir--ld mil of Mrs. Iiwn-no! tc'.n, i f Chatuworth, Ills., shot nnd in stantly killiil Barney Wolff, nf Clifton. O., mar Mart. nton. teli miles north of this e ty. In compmy with wver.il tramps the ' wen- Ix-at.n-r Ihe r wav Koiith on a fn-u-ht train, when a quarrel cn.ueil o-.er ! .nt. IVirs.il I ' held to the November term of court. Irle.l Ike Wheel In Ihe Mnnntains. Hllr. Mont.. An?. -Lieutenant M.o-.. T went V fifth illlantrv. nnd e'lL-ht IktlflliT. hi-tiilr Mrrntitpissl nn.t r. .-.. 1 1. .. I t -iT day. rations tovcreil t h distant t-l-iwi--n Fort Mioiila and Harrison, Vti' mi'es. in.lu'.inir the visvii-i- of li-wky itiiiir , In twenty-two h.iur. on bicyclci. 'Ihe h.-.ivii-t wii ol, with pack ntiil nder. Weighed -.J i:inds. lliflit.-st -.n.- -xuimls Tlinr-tiia Make, the Amentle. ClIli'Ai.o, Auk. Iti-fi-rriiurto Bryan'l deninl of the story that he had Imvii an aici-ut of the bi(t silver miners, Si-iuit. t I biirston said: "Mr. Bryan's word is uf. licieiit for tun. I never maile the cluir. direct, nny way. uud new that Mr Uryan has denied It I chi-erfullv it on ri-,,nl n. expri-ssinr m- l-.-li.-r that it is untriio." Lieat. Ileiol lriiiiitrU. Wamiini.7is, Aur. -M The president has npoointed Lieutenant Carroll A. l.s vol, of the Tnciity-tlfth infantry, to ! rnptnln nnd assistant qiiarteriuasUT. Li. uti-n.inl IK-V'il is now stationed a, the V iseunsin university at Madis in. Miss Joepcine Stromhlade, a pretty student from Au-tistin colleee. Rock- ford, went to Chivnito last June to spend her vacation. Sho has disappeared and the police are locking for her. Only thelnlerer knows ths misery ot dyspsptis. but Hood's Sarsa arilla cares the tsott itubbcrn esses of this diseass. IMPORTS OF GOLD. New York Bankers Said To Preparing Therefor. O S I TO BEGIN WITE TWO MILLIONS, ml Make the IoflowRnrh S15.0O0.03O to J I.-,ono,OOi Itefore Stopping- Silver Go Ilowi to 63 Cents Vrr Ounce at Gotham London Times Predicts Trouble for V Shortly Had Failure of a Kansas Stat : Ranking Institution.' I vr.i .f.. 1 Mail Etrect Was ' New Yoijk. Aug 20. Itifita ted yesterday l.y the news of actual pivptirations for the early importation of f.,s)0.(j in pold nnd by statements that this action would foreshadow an inflow of the yellow metal on an extensive scale, the estimates raiifrin from f 15,000,000 to fa.O'io.mo. I; became known that certain leading liank presidents, including J Ed word Simmons, of the Fourth National, and F. I). Tatipen, f the Gallatin Na tional, had b.-en in conference rearardina measures providina for gold import's, but no rtclinitc- infirniatiou was obtained ns to the outcome of the discussion. Silver Itcarhe. a Low Figure. Silver reached ihe lowest figure in scv pml years when yesterday commercial bars sold nf Vi cents an ounce. Larrr ther ra!li-d and closed nt tw cents. Mexican silver dollars also declined, reaching 51 c.-nts from ."! -etit. Siivcr bul'.ion in Liomiou slumped .Hn to oO' i per.eo per I nee. The decrcasel demand in lxmdon for Iiiilian 4x.h mire, as well as the falling on here of the demand for China ex-cliani-. aiVected the liK-al market and de pr ssunl the price of silver. IH'Uiantl for thik White Metal Iprreaed. Talk of jrold im;Kirts is believed to have also tended to depress silver. Ballion brok; rs have made special inquiry in Lon don on the matter f future delivery of sil ver in bars anil learned that in tho last three weeks contracts rcpistcrel for the future delivery of silver have amounted to only alxnit IV per cut. of what they wero nt Ihe corrcspomlin time last year. It is contend. n1 that Mexican silver dollars can not In; ptin-ha-ed at the Mexican mint for the quoted price here, nnd that the decline in the price of .silver is more speculative than osunl. l-rcliftM a Sharp Money Squeeze. London. Auir. The Daily Telo frrtipii's liuancial article this morning siys that with tiie oi-jo. t of keeping exchansro down one leading Amcritvin lirm has "xi-n barrowitiff money in London, the amount mentioned Ivinjr il.oao.tmi sterlin. Tho Tel 'praph Siiys that it is understood that n iinil.ir sum was taken to America a short time a.i for a similar purpos!. All of ths linancial articles published in tho Loudon dailies make lengthy comments upon tiie condition of the money market in America, 'ihe Times in its iinn:ial a-tiele thls morning predicts a sharp n oiiey squeeze in New York shortly, tho rcsii't of pecu'inr financial conditions now (;!. lining In America. HAD FAILl KK IX KANSAS. Itank in Which l'armcr. anil UiborinS Mn Had Their Money. Kansas City, Aii .n. The Arfrentine lank, n pioneer institution of Argentine, Kas., wns closed yestcrdav bv Mvron A. Wutennan, deputy stnte ltnk examiner of Kaiisis The liabilities aro placed at nliout JllW.isn. The assets arc principally in bums and diseounts, which the ollite claims an- s"cuivd by (jilt-.-tljr-.s paper. The Kink has but ff'Hl casa on hand. (i. A. Taylor, cashier of the bank, said that a iiiivtin-r of the stockholders had liecn calli-d nnd thnt an effort would Ihj made to reorganize. Ho was sure that they would lie successful nnd that thecon ccrn would pay out in full. Waterman, howevi r. was not so confident nnd he said he was afraid the liank would never lie nhle to pay out. The officers and directors of the Argentine bank nrs principally Argentine men and the denositors are bushiest m.-n. lab iritis men ami far:n-r.. Thu closinir of the luink cm:itol liiiii'h excitement. orkinsmen left their work ' la the smelts-rand Santa Kerailwny v.vd laud irathcn-d around the Uink, hoping tin" it nunt nM-n Ihe Aritent'iio bank had 1 vn considered one of the most solid linancial concerns in the state. Dunn the pmic of Is rj x met all demands, and nlthi'.u j'a th -re was a heavv demand for 1 c.i- h it was m- of the few b inks to remain solvent. 1 he liauis was o:ie or the ttin-e d -po-itories for the publi- fi-.nds of Wyan iloite county nnd thi-county is probably the largest cr diior. the iimouut probiibly rent-inn:! o i. V.iiit. to 4.,-t on a Sjeie llasls. Was!11m,tN. Auit. i-o. Reports have reached here from Buenos Avres to the of- I fis-t thnt an American syndicate has of- t fcnil the Argentine ri'tuiblir Hl.'yi.oon.oooin silver in exi hinip- for Slon.uoo.ooo in bonds I t.ir.ilile in tr!it at 5 r-erccnt. interest, with !s percent nildeil n a sinkinc fund Tho otT--r of the Americans is said to in- n part ' of the evneral olan bv which Arevnhni is ' ...rbiM;- t,, irn fmm a mivrln. cr-i.. IllslS. tlfary ralln-re at Xew York. Nfw Yoi:k, Ana-. Tcm-iornrv re reiv.-r. have rccn ni-p-'int il for th .Archer ii: Piincimst company, ninnufai-tiirers of iris fixtures nnd doin? busin- s. In this citr and Jr.oKivn. tne recuvershp is Ivirt of a I to .-ceil in it f-T the dissd-ition of the co.iipnny. Tin- iiabiiitie-are fsii.S70 nnd th assets f7 !..". Friclitriil Areident in a Mine. BCTIF., Mont.. An-r. 2 The men killed nt the St. Ijtwrenif mine w.-n- Pete Ryan, for. inan. and Jack l a-npliell and John MnnninkT. miners, ltynn fell with the cairc, I.-.-1"! fe't. nnd the cakfe ft-ll on top of Campbell aiid Maiiuinir. who wen-work' iiiirnt the iHitt.im of the shaft, ltvan had just come to the top nnd was ah mt to step out of the ca-re when the hrnke retuseil t work, and the cisre started down thyshaft with fearful velo.ity. 1 ensfineeron t.p trii-d to throw on the clutch, but could not The safety also refus d to work, and Ihe ensrinecr and brakeman jnmped out of th- windiw ta time to avoid the crash of iron acl tI a; lh iv-i InLe to pieces. and tons of iron was shot through the roof aim wall. Well-Kauwa (lit -" .Man Dead. Chicago. Amr. 20. Es-Conrressman Kausum W. Duuhain. ei-prcsidsnt of the t hicaco board of trade, uied snddenly of auleiy last night in bpringUeld, Hiass, ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. Xat Goodwin has begun proceedines for - " - drunkenness. It is said that he wants tc marry Maxime Elliott, who is in his com pany in Australia. James Briode, of Ferry Brook county, Minn., sold a car-load of hoes in Chicaec j for $IM and was rohlicd by npgrucs in ar I alley near Clark nnd Polk streets. K. M. Pettit, wealthv business man ot IHicksville, O., was afflicted with conges tion of the brain, resulting from riding a . wheel on a hot day. He is now in an usy lum. James Edwards, charjre.l with the at- tempted murder of Patrolman Derrent, J hi- . !:, , SnntT, Tlon.l Ind. Ho forced a wooden door jamb, twisted off a bolt and leisurely walked out through the station, passing a dozen pa trolmen. Percival Lowell announces from Flnjt sta'ff, A. T., that with his new 24-inch tel escope he has been able to sec that tho Martain canal, Ganjrrs. is double. Burglars stole t"00 worth of diamond 1 and jewelry from the residence of ex-South Town Collector Kdwnrd Wright at Chi cajro. Obituary: At Portland, Me.. Professot F. Nicolls Crouch, author of "Kathlee-i Mavourneen," SS: at San Francisco, Flora Finlnysnn; at Hartford. Conn., Olivia Susan Clemens, dnuehter of "Mark ' Twain," -4; at Havana. 111., Kcv. K. B. ' O'Mahony; at Shelbyville, 111., Captain S. B. Kobertson, 74. A. B. Bell, a railroad brakeman, found a ba:r of counterfeit coins at Eldura Juno tion, la. The liabilities of Ferdinand Schumacher thu Akron (O. ) oatmeal king, are $!77, .Vi0 nnd the assets $l.W't.n0i. according to the schedule filed by the assignees. The coroner's jury on the Kyster mur der at Lincoln, Neb . held Clift Hney re sponsible for the death nnd Maude and Laura Clark accessories nl'tor the fact. A preacher nt Kvansvilb-, Wis., struck his cow with a milk stool, killing her in srantlv. The four alleged tr.iin robbers arrestee at Charlotte, Mich., wero identified waived examination and were held over. They were responsible for the Grand Trunk hold-up Saturday niirht. The report that Mr. M-irtinelll is to bi the apostolic delegate to the I'nitcd State; has been conlirincil bv recent letters to Cardinal Satolli. Sheriff Ijindy Folsom has lieen arresteil nt Perry, O. T., by n deputy United Stnte? marshal on a charjre of having murdercil n wealthy cattleman named Lon somu nine years ntro. J. .M. Hawthorne, envoy of tho Silvct party of Ihe I'nitcd States, is nt tho itvol Mexico collectiuit data for use i i the cam' IKiign. Score, on ItiB lliattiondt. CniCAoo, Autr. iM. Leajruo scores nl busa ball are report-das filllows: At Bos ton Cticinnnti SI, Boston i ; at Baltimore St. Louis tl, Baltimori! 7: at Wnshintrton Tcvo!and 1", Washint.-in d; (sejoml (rami-) Cleel.iiid 7. WaMiiuton i; ot Philadelphia Louisville u, Philadelphia li: ar J.rooklyn I'tttsbur? 7, Brooklyn 10: nt New l ork Cliii-a'r.! 5. New York S. Wes'ern Leaaii ': At De-roi: Indian npolisU, Detro.t r;(sec.nd pam?) Indiana p- lis 0, l):-troir, 7; a. St. Paul Milwaukee ;r. Paul 13; nr- Minn anolis Kansas City 4, Minneapolis si; (second pnm-1 K.-iiisas City , Miii:-oa:i -lis :: at lirand liapids l'o.nmb;isl7. t.rind li ipid S. IltRlit-lIonr Ijiw Mtsl.iMic.i in Court. amiim. tii.n, --u:r -U the first suc cessful prosi-ctition for violation of th( i-iht-hotir law pass.-d by congress in lMt in the interest of the workin-rmcn of the country cs-curn d h-re yesterday when n veiUi-t ol irui'ty was r-turui-d against W, . mi n e, a cent nctor for n-modcllinu n local siiiiMii Imildmir. Manv contrncton on povi rnment huildin-rs n:id government work have lie.-ti proMt-cnted under thi law, out a clause. ;ri vi n,jr them IK-rims-ion to overwor lin'U --in '.v.sj of emerironcv has alwiis her.-t.tcic Ivcn successful It! invoked. A motion was made for a new trial. It Is tt:e "t nspi - Hjii. IMnix. An jr. -''. The I) illy News rays it is annouveisl that further diplomatii correspond, n: e will Ih- issuiil shortly showinirlhat the Arm-ninn outrajri-s had their origin in the Yil.iiz Kiosk, theri-si- uence of the sultan, and that thev w.-re approved by Ins majesty f ,.r t he pll i pose of warning the I urki-h r-foiai party what to expect unless its m-niliTs desisted from their propa-.;nd i. Tho paper de clares that the i-orresponj .-nee will also show that luu.'joi Armenians were mas sacred. I'isht Story Was a Fraud. TtcsDX. A. 1 ., Aus. 20. -The 0-lc pmphic report se.!t from hers to the effect that troop K of the Seventh I'njted States cavalry, under command of Lieutenant Bullock, had fought nrA raptured a liand of Yaqui Indians is false. There has he -n no fisrht. Ihe story was -riven out by a courier uiiMer si-k leave, who hns lie -n nr rested by army authorities for circulating false information. You might to know that when suf fcring from any kidney trouble that a safe, piirnrfiicdv is Foley's hi-lnev vure. .lunranicea or moni-v re funded. Sold by M F. Bahnscn. mi POCTKB Absolutely Pure A cretin of tartar bating pewier. Bishet "Slt ci ail tn lestvmicg stiengii LaUtt United States Government Food Report. BoT&t Baku Fawnsm os. 8n Ten Cm $5 For Suits Worth $io, $12 and $'3.50 Prices, Not Promises, Catch the Public. Special Sale of Men's Suits $5 Special Sale cf Men's Suits A Glance Be All this Season's Goods. Round cuts. Square cuts. THESE ARE We sell the Best Lines on Earth. We make the Lowest Prices in the three cities. THESE ARE FACTS DHDISPUTEE: It's a pleasure to trade wi-h ns. It's profitable to trade wi-h us. HAVE YOU KVER TRIED US? TRY UiS NOW. Mine & Cairet Co., S2i, 3-25. 4i Brid tl DAVENPOBT. mmmi TIIEL0H1 Special Suit Sale Special Sals of lien's Suits ( S5o'i-'0 ) fs, ok at These Suits and You'll Buy m in Our Window will Convince You. Quick or you9! A Bargain. THE LO II! HALE ana Old age can be attained by the proper use of in vigorating tonics. The Rock Island Brewing Co's products are all the results of scientific labor and the most improved apparatus, preserving in the highest degree the health giving qualities of the beverage. BOTTLED GOODS A SPECIALTY. Rock Island Saags Bank. Flra per Cent Utsrssi raid oa Deposit: MOM Loaned oa Personal Collateral or Real Estate Beemrlt OFFICEK8. t W Enau. rre14ot Job Ctvucil, Vice PnCiMN X Qaasuvai., Cttblat, Bra sasisMi aljrl. tsto, aa4 eesanr l M, cor. UeksU A Lia's aav balMlaa, 95 All Broken Lots at the same price Special Sale of Men's Suits $5 Special Sale of Men's Suits Lose $5 For Suits all wool and a yard wide. Hum Rock Island Brewing Go. PHONE 10M. Incorporated Umder tbs BUM Law. BOCK ISLAND, ILL. DIBECTOB3. crLruta, Join entasis U t Ball, WBsnt. Jot Vol. w ttilan-f RJilUtcaU. Lais.. U aatota.