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THC AB6UB, FiilDAY. AUGUST 28. 1896.
Full Details Gladly Given; A Railroal Official's Experience -? I iP.V r i -. . in IN--, 1? MIL t.WXM'.lf I.D.M .Vi'. cn nwwl Willi r,':i mil ..lin-fr irtiim to Nc'.l.'.sl.a.rlir : '" r.ti f-K-d ami pulm-il ! f .r !' '. SIlnH:j ol hrcuth : ilm ' i. f - ri L. aii'l ii.n In.i.miuii i. jr ii.pt. in. li.i. i. .nv.:.tiii.: p-m. p m-r-nli f..iu..n - rtl I .iiwin . I.ui., i r .!' i.; t i .'i.f'i'' ; lln' i. r'n.. ti.r.t i-.iitu vk- " it i' 1 '' '. '' i...!.mm..wi r: .i. .fu ii ..-. n L. 'j ai I ..! i:ul. v.. I ! ..ulii .,!. t w. . M-i. yl.'ii.it .i;.iii if I : .I t. ...i- - ii!;-i.: v. iti tlii lr ;.. ir.iiivj; ii .i. l tttrt inin-f.uj, anal i meld p;t no n-t i.'.iy or nij.'lit. ' 1 ci.nnlutl It 'uhuz phy ki I..M:. end tried .vtrer ti'l n-r.ii lin-i. Tbcy jr:.vc n." norclief. Olio ol Dr. hl'AQ IIc?.rt Cure. K:alfn I)r. Mites' ritviilin J. -iT.lxil my caso mi exactly th:;t I too- It. tilu.i' New Heart t'jra nri'l t !.;a ti'if I i-ll mm. I hope evi ry ixp ;iulil.J rith lv::rt di-ca .o will try Iir. Miles rriarilp-s. If tiny will write me p i-n.'lly. I will i:l;i.!ly slvn them fall ...;': of ny experience." Kdw. El.uM3. 1. O I'-x fc'., 1 uvil City, Nvliriska. Mil...' llcurtt'urchioldoo guanntcc tL lint Ljtt la bcocQU or money rtf unded. Opid in Quest of the Sum-ir-cr Girl wh n intjuirintj where ho could yvt no ulf-gant uit made for In hi, urh iri worn by the ex runl! wcll at 'Newport or Bar lUrii ir, wan dircrted by one of :.i' ni t Uol'i'K'S, where no one vi r ?.ii!nl to tret the mott cr fi rt lit. latest ntjrlr, choice, ioa onalilo roudfi, ami a diatioue a(caraii4!e at a reasonable price. MOPPE BJL'hu Tailov. oU. A POSITIVE CUM U found II II Dr. Kav's i(J TnTrn. of An'ta. Inns I h II. I iLfin rif U'l .- " torConsttptioii &UlZJOUS-j "KsS. ra it fcn ir.vrn tho b- tit nl-I X.'T Kit llcnurslnr iwiti? 2 la ! TR. ill tiYlJr- 11. j'v.-tW.rll,-.! on..-1 St-mo."-"1 -1,3j. '?''' FREEfl til H!.S a u!'i:i ;.!fvkV:. I f. H. THOMAS. Sole AKent. Restored Manhood. CfKMOn'S 3ERVEBIKE PILLS. The rrrfti mn Uy ti.r nervous prnir.itii nnJ fcil nrrvois 1i trni of Uicgco' of tlthrr fc-w. rniitfi! nn .it... dm. Fxiln.. rr u Tr:..l. I iiMuirm'T. NiKJlIy Tin .".-um..Y.i ith. ..i .rt.ir.. .vifuu.1 VV.irrr. rxc. i.-.r vv of To ' .-w. ..or 0..i.ti. whirh tp'"CiiTriTi.-.ii and I i --.Mir 1IU n-ry Jli ctWt we i.ie . wnv . ituMrPi' u cur or reiuni tnr mm.7 nl .1 I.IH per box. tioxr. for J Ou. !. n r niuucit. cwariAi, oraiiM, otj Kotd by T. D.TfeaBM. dracc4!. MANLY VIGOR rvNC! MORE In karn'm ith ilia jrH, 2O00 mrfl.!ricly rarc1 nun kio IMf mu.l, rra:il- .lid ra-t or cvvjf ul rura u r m-k. TIN I MUlMVI .04 litTlrr ki.atro to mnik rt-wr9 Aa wimuun! 11'Uv.uh 1 fir nut t.-oivry. In rm-k form, vlib rf. .-Hp tnta eaVTv frj. fr.H ioJ.nl- vU.-or ERIEUE0ICALC0.,BUFFALON.Y. I H .... i . i . N'JI IhE f Cut ami- ,i I ;' nn i.1i.';fire e&uvotl lv tnr-l ,,'" litt-r ana imxJucr heaiiaclif .4 ViiinrK.lis f appetite. diftiruM? 5,,'"r foixl, routed tongue. const i a-f -A '", anil MHmm tvr if ncff'n-ot-J f oU. A POSITIVE OimB U found lni ' i : it a .1 vi masT a- OPENS THE FIGIIT. Gen. Harrison Sounds a Keynote at the Metropolis. ITVX THOUSAND 13 HIS AUDIENCE. j t, ttoctor Ip.w Ica th. Introdnclaf la Ula Own Felieitooa Manner Bryan pwika for rrc Wlirrr llrrora 4.0OO Baf fktlanlnna Cor. Altsrld Krpllra to FflT uan's Cbarcra l'npiitlt( will Notify Bryan. It I. Said, of Ilia Nomination 17 Their Convention. New York, Aujr. 2 With tho word of klcKinley'a letter of acccptanco ox nearly every toniuc, cx-Presidont Benjamin Hur riaon nctel ai the eastern proxy of the Ro piilillct-.n r:mdiduto last night and "atruck the krynoto- of the eastern rampalfrn in a cir-ful apoxh to 5,twi people. Half as many ;enpli n -ruii;iofitnl thi- nudipnee li-.'t-vr'Jr.a ri :V2- :- IASTMAX .V'liysoN's roP.TKAlTOr DLNJAMI5 II l:::i:-N. wire ill nii-il ndmittaiKv because of tho lack of room. J in-i-:iili.i,ia.siu was preat nnd the oint of the M-aker were re eelvv.l with he.trty npplniise. Tho audi e:ire wnn a lillniiili, l oiicaiKl ilisplayetl It. p.itrinti-iu in e.i r.v iHissihle way. In .Ik1. the Ait aiiilii-iu e a-om nnd Mtntlui national ai.llii'iu with ardor when the Imii.l pl.-iyiit "Aiiinir.i." TlKMU-rnratioiist of tin- auditorium w. rrt entirely of tha Anwrlian eiilom. i'las w.ro in miuy liumlx. 9i.fiiii N.itMhle. Wlis WVro lrc4nt. I'ictures of the Keiiililioan national audi. lute ailorneti tin- shJom of the pro Kei ilium an his. which were festooned with Fill; liuntinx. The lower tier of boxes was Ray with beautifully dressed women and men In evening atire. Mrs. Harrison oceupied one of the boxes with the f tmily of C M. Oepevv. Col. and Vrs. Frel Grant were In another. Mrs. I M ward Ijiuterbaeh and friends In another. On the Mage were such people of prominenef as the nominee for lieutenant governor, Timothy S. Woodruff of Kins: ThoinasC. Piatt, John W. Vroomna. Lemuel E. Quipp. Chairman Hanna. of the national cotn fnlttee. and nearly every Ht-puliliran of prominence- from the ity. The main part of tho hull v.as tilled early and evry well known arrival from !eorse Kranris Train lo tiie (.ti.-st of the even In.t. ti. ii. Han iron and bis rsi-oi t. John Vnn:uiiak-r and IVu nelius Vaneott.v.as heartily i heeled. Ih-prw Im in. tlir Spe.kl.ic. There vvi.s a voi-al olo descriptive of the tuan h to the n of Miernian, nnd then lr. I).-m-w siep(MMl t. tlm front of the platforui. When the h.virty applause hinl Kiilniihtl lH'W. os chairman, beran h i ri'iiiarks. He wai. of roiirse, ent.TtainiiiK, and every other sentence was filli-d with !inrp uiTts of ridietiln which the an dience enjoyed heartily. Then ex-Presi-ilcnt lI:irrioii npiKiin-d. Ho was received with nn ovation. Ho heirm hi speech with a severe nrniltrnmeut of tho Demo cratic national convention for its action reirardliirf the supreme court, tho sending of troop to ChieaRo (pirinpthe lalior riots and the attack of that convention on "gov rrnttic nt by injuncti. n." Think. Iht. Turin Quctlun Settled. The spenker s ihl rc-ariliii(( tho tariff thit he thoiiitht the question practically tiled in favor of protection, no (Tvo win" nrume'it. however, ill favor of t int policy nnd then proceeded to divruss tint Silver question lnnu a Itepubliean rtandjioint, which, it is needless to car, he did with vijiur ail 1 clearness. 11IIVAN SI-UK!) AT BUFFALO. lie I Given nn i:nlhn.iatio Weleotna by tlia BLoua. PuR'alo, Auij. SS. Apparently the en tire population of Buffalo, the home of Clover Cleveland, turned Its foot stes last night toward Music hall, where Candidate Bryan addressed 4.000 people, as many as couid be packed vvlthin the four walls, while unnum bered thousands filled the neighboring Mr.-vt. The day in HuiTalo had been the greatest ovation Mr. I'.ryan has retelvid in "the enemy's country," and tlunii-ht mectinR which ended it at tract'd almost if not quite as many would-be auditors as the notification in Madison Square garden. Mr. and Mrs. liiyan on their arrival In the city were escorted to the Gene see hotel, where a reception was held fm two hours in the hotel parlors, w hen Mr. and Mrs. I;ryan shock hands with a constant line of callers which still strit. hrd a long half a block outside of the building when the dors were closed upon the last comers. Mr. liryan was escorted to the hall by the "Cleveland Denvicrccy." the city's oldest party or ganization, and by ward clubs bearing torches. The line of march was along half a mile of Main street, crowded al most as thirkly as was the hall, and red fire and cannon announced the can didate's coming. When th candidate appeared upon the taps the police were powerless to control I he audience, and swarming down to the from several hundred men took possession of the scats reserved for the clubs which escorted Mr. liryan. Hon. Charles F. Tabor was chosen president of the meet ing. Mr. Bryan then made a speech, which was euthus nstically applauded. ALTO. ELD BEFUE9 TO FOR MAX. Benl. la Tot All tho Ckargos Mad. by tit. Congressman. Springfield, Ills.. Aug. IS. Governor Altgeld last nlbt gave out an open let ter addersed to ex-Congressman Fur.Tian. in reply to the recent letter from ex-Congressman Form an to him, making charges against his integrity. He term th. letter et Fermaa aa be .X- t'Za.l?i. 1 : I lrg made up of malicious,' false" and landcroua try sh. which has been r? peateny putXished and branded ts false and malicious, and does not call for any further notice. "But' as you are trying to pose before the public," the governor cays, "you should step out of the shadow- lino the sunlight ar.d experience a new sensation." He brands every allegation Forman makes as false and malicious, and states that Forman knew he was stating false hoods when he wrote the denunciator letter. He says: "If you knew nothing about the facts and simply allowed your V!itica! disapiiointmcnt to lead you into this step, then you did a thing that was cowardly.' The governor roundly scores Forman for dragging into bis vituperations John M. Lanehart and ex-tnt Treasurer Uim sa.r, lKth dead, chnrgicgthnt Forman had not the nerve to make tho cuar.es while they live! In conclusion the governor says: "If I cannot look with respect on the commis sion oy virtue of w hich I exercise tho functions of otiico then 1 do not want to hold it; if 1 caunot look honest men in the fi.ee then 1 do not want to be governor of Hiinoi, and 1 repeat what I have hereto fore tolrl you. that if my election depends Upon your vote then I do not want it." rori' LISTS TO NOTIFY UUVAX. Question That Has Been Bothering the Lenders for .Home Time. Washington, Aug. 24 Tho Star says: The Star can statu positively that liryan Is to be formally and officially notified of tho Populist nomination made at St Louis. Tom Watson will be notified at the same time. This may sound strange. In view of i he statement of Chairman Butler that Weaver nnd Field were not notified four years ago, with the inference that went with it that, despite tho pro-b-sts or Populist Batcman and others, Bryan would not bo notided. At no time, however, did Chairman Butler say in posi tive words that there would bo no notifica tion. It seems, from what was gathered by a Star reporter, that tho pressure for tho notification of the Populist nominees has been too heavy for those opiio-cJ to such a course to resist, and that the nruuigers of the Populist campaign have finally come to the conclusion that the notification must be made Just exactly the time for the notification lias not been decided upon, but it is probable that the manlier bus b:-en decided on. There will Mw no Ulg meeting like that in New York, but Sena tor Allen, of Nebraska, will writa a letter to each of the candidates otlicialiy iuforiu iug Uiciu of the nomination. SILVER MEN WANT FCND.H. Novel Finn T hat I. Froposed to Uais. tho Siuuie. Washington, Aug. 2S. Secretary K. K. UifTenderfcr, of the national Silver execu tive committee, has been devising a plan which ho thinks will assist in raising funds throughout the farming localities to carry on the local campaigns. No circular appealing for funds lias been prepared by the national committee nor has Diffen derfer's scheme been officially brought bo fore it. The idea is simply his own, nnd will, he says, be brought to the attention of the farmers through tho medium of tho uews-Kipers and tho party organs. He proposes that farmers fehall do nate w heat, corn, sheep, or any other products of the farm, these to be sent to a central point where the people may gather, and then auctioned off to the highest bidder. The occasion will be a sort of harvest campaign icstival. where the people may congregate and where the products may be bought by those wanting them, the general pro ceeds to be devoted exclusively to the paying of the expenses of the cam paign in the particular locality repre sented. Silver Men to Notify Bryan. Cleveland. O., Aug. 28. The fact that George A. Groot, of this city, has prcpnred a notification rpeech.to be delivered at Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 8 has given riso to a rumor which has been circulated nil over the country that Bryan would be formally not ill til of his nomination by tho Popu lists. Concerning tho matter Grout said yesterday: "I don't know anything about the arrangements of tho Populist execu tive committee. I am the chairman of the notification committee appointed by the Silver party. We shall formally notify Messrs. Bryan and Sewall on Sept. 8. Sen ator Teller and Congressman Towne will speak." Fowderly Will Snpport McKiulry. Scranton, Pa., Aug.- 28. Terrenco V. Powderly, former master workman of the Knights of Labor, in an interview yester day announced his intention to support Mnjor McKinl'ey. no explained that Mo Kinley has devoted his whole life to the people and that not a breath of scandal has marked his career. Ho said that while he did not doubt Mr. Bryan's sin cerity or ability his surroundings were such as to cause the elector to ponder long and carefully over the probable result of intrusting the business management of this industrial national workshop in his May Nominate Cleveland for President. Indianapolis. Aug 2tS. It is practically settled that Senator Ciffery, of Louisiana will be the permanent chuirman of the national Democratic convention to lie held in this city next week. It is now believed that there will be at lct a semblance To a contest over the nomination for the first place on the third ticket. Many names ' are mentioned as being especially avaiUt- l hie, and among these is that of Grovcr Cleveland. I j Congresajonal Nominations In Iosra. ! Ossian. Aug. 2S. The Democratic con ! gressional convention met here yesterday ; and nominated ex-Senator F. D. Bay less, i of Clflvtoii county on the second ballot. Jspeeches were made by ex-Judge Mur- dock, B. F. Wright and M. H. Daly, lead ing and life-long Republicans. A fusion of all the silver elements is expected in this district as a result of the nomination. Louisiana Cold Densoerats. New Orleans, Aug. 2$. The Louisiana gold standard Democratic convention met here yesterday and organized w.th Sena tor Cnllery as permanent chairman. The resolutions adopt d declare unalterable opposition to the free and unlimited coin age of silver except by international agree ment. A full delegation to the Indianap olis convention was elected. Ohio Cold Democrats. Columbus, Aug. 2s. The state conven tion of gold Democrats met here yesterday and organized with John II. Clark as per manent chairman. Thi following dele gates to the Indianapolis convention were tnunsd: lion. Joseph H. Oathwaite, of fX.!umoas; Hcitr. Ocorge E.ency, of Tif fin; William E. Haytics, of Fremont' Mi- :h.icl Ryan, of C'iu -liuiati. fc.lect3r-.it-iare, W. A. Lynch, of Canton. Idaho BtMlglit mil Mlver Republicans. Boise, Aug. 23.-T.i3 s:rai?ht KepublL san convention yeteid.iy indorsed the St. Louis platform. The nomine cs were: For governor, I. H. Budlong; congressman, J. T. Morrison; secretary of state, L W. Garrett. In the silver Republican convention Senator Dubois was named as the party's candidate t succeed himself. They formed a new party ur.d'r tho name of '-silver Republican parry" and nomin stcd Frank Stennenhurg, Democrat, for governor; James Uunn, Populist, for con gress; Georga J. Lewis, Populist, for Sec- retary cf stale. Compliments for Mnjor MeKlnley. Canton, Aug. 27. M:ijor McKinley is beina; overwhelmed with telegrams. His letter of acceptance has been read nil over the country, and leading Repub licans in every state are telegraphing their hearty upproval of the document. There has been almost a constant procession of messengers to and lr jin the houso, each with a bunch of uiessai-es. Will Contest the Seat with Fugh. Solum, Al., Aug. is. The Seima pipers coutaiu tho authorized announcement of the candidacy of Geu ral K- W. Pettus to succeed United States Senator James E. Pugh. General Pettus is a fr.e silverite. FOR GRAND ARMY COMMANDER. Kavnl Veterans Are L'rging the Flection of Admiral Meade. New York, Aug. 2S. Admiral Rich ard W. Meade, late of the United Slates navy, arrived today from Eu rope, and left at once by special train for SL Paul to attend the national en campment of the Grand Army of the lie-public. The admiral will be wel comed at the encampment by the Na tional Association of Naval Veterans, who are enthusiastically urging his election as command;r-in-chief of the Grand Army to succeed Major Walker of Indiana. Admiral Meade, as commander of Lafayette post of New York city, rep resents one of the jurongest depart ments east of the Alleghanies. He is a hero of the quarter dock with forty five years of continuous service un der the flag of the republic, tj his Cred it. From 1M51 to lbtia be served in the squadrons of the north and south At lantic, the upper Mississippi and the west gulf. Immediately upon his re tirement from the navy last year he joined tho ranks of the Grand Army, uniting with Lafayette post. The na val element of the Grand Army has never yet been honored by the selec tion of a commander-in-chief from its ranks. BIG COUNTERFEITING SYSTEM. It Is Located at Waco, Tex., and lias Seven Branches. Waco, Tex., Aug. 23. The federal au thorities here liavo discovered a counter feiting system of largo proportions and have captured o complete outfit for tho manufacture of bogus silver dollars in im itation of the United States coins of that denomination. The first clew was fur nished by Kdwnrd i). Knnis, who attended a revival meeting, and after professing cun version, ros i iu the congregation ami stated that ho Was a counterfeiter. Tho arrest of Knuis was followed by the arrest of John Mitchell and H. S. Shannon. Knnis told Commissioner Fink - that seven factories for tho manufacture of the spurious coin existed in the United States. The syndicate was culled the Royal manufacturing company. It is slated by Knnis that agencies of the coun terfeiting corporation exist in Canada und Mexico. He also says operations are going on in New York and Chicago. Preparing to Move on St. PauL St. Paul, Aug. S. The Grand Army people are preparing to move on St. Paul iu force, according to the figures of tho riilro-uls. In addition to tho regular sleeping car service there have been already engaged 1,100 Pullmans to bring visitors from tho east, nnd this docs not include any other kind of sleeping cars. General Secretary Piuney announces that mail for G. A. R. men and all others who at tend the national encampment should be addressed to their quarters and in structions about delivering mail should be given to tho St. Paul postoliice on nr arrival in tha city. All mail for veterans and others that reaches headquarters of the citizens' committee will be bulletined every day in the newspapers. Big F'iro at fault 6te. Marie. Sault Ste. Marie., Mich., Aug. 28. This city has experienced tho worst fire since Aug. 9, 1856, when tho whole business por tion of the town was nearly burned out. Fire started on North Water street, and before it could be gotten under subjection ever ; SOU, 000 worth of property was de stroyed Among the burned buildings are the Soo National bank block, which cost tloo.uoO; the Prunzlauer block. Chippewa house. Cleveland house, Metzger block. Perry hotel, postoliice and United States customs ortL-es, telephone exchange and a number of wooden structures. The loss is about half covered by insurance. Marriage Ueelnred NulL Kenosha, Wis., Aug. 28 The sensa tional marriage of Miss Stella Tiinm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Timm, and Frank Mitchell, solemnized about two months ago by Rev. D ivld B. Cheney, of Racine, has been declared null and void by Judge Fish, of the Circuit court of Ra c.ne county. The parties to the contract were about 15 or 16 years of age and both were well connected. The ground upon which tho case was presented to the court was tho cxircme youth of the partici prvnte. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Timm were Chicagoaus until a year ago, when Mr. Timm came here as superintendent of tho Sterling cycle works. The divorce has been kept a profonnd secret since Monday. Latest Thing In Weddings. Pittsburg. Aug. 28. During the festi vities following a colored wedding Rob ert Scott, a former lover, insulted the bride, and the groom, George Hall, at once shot him dead. A general fight was then precipitated, in which the bride was dangerously stabbed twice and the groom badly hurt. The latter was arrested, and is now in JaiL Brooklyn proves to Bo a Flyer. Eenncbunkport, Me., Aug. 28. The Brooklyn crossed the finish line off Cape Porpoise at tuade a turn and- le- crossed the line at 1:03:30. Rockport, Mase., Aug. 23 Estimated need of tho Brcv.lrWn i- oi at. j mm mm Miww OH boor, which Is above the requirements. THt MARKETS. New York Financial New Yoiik. Aug. S7. . Money on call flrmsr i ier cent. : wans marcaatile paper. er ciat.: sierliug e chaiige steady, wita ai-toal baiiursjin bank ers' bills at 4olaM;i'4 for deaiauJ au.HsSl-4.i 4S3 for sixty days; posts! rates, 4S3'i.jLj anJ tts t7: comnii-rctal bills, 4; s. SUvercert.acats. es"4ii;i4: m sa'.9; bar silver. 06: Mexicaa dollars, ul4. ' Unite! btatej govorn-oieut boals stead v; newt's ccgistere L. 112.: dj. cou;iojs, 113 4; 6's roiistersl. 1:J j: -do. eoupiai. Kelt; 's register i. liilij: di. 3oic p)i; registerc 1. Whj: Paciflc "s of "ill. l'U Chicago Urain and 1'ro.loco. Chicago. Au?. IT. Following wore the qulatni im ths Board of Tri.de today: Wuent Aasust. opened Cti'hc cIosi o:4c: ticptuiub.'r. opeaei firtV4c, close! M'fc; Dtjceaiber, opeaei sue, close itl'e. Cora Aaguit. nominal, clns.il SUHc; September, opoaed 21c. closed i.".-; Hay, openciS-.i4C.cl.el2.iSc. Oats AugasC nomi nal, ciosil l.YSjc: Septe:nbr. openal 15'c, closed !SV: Sliy. opa?l ll.6. clol ls: ' i'ork S..,teait.r. oyeuej $y.i! .4, cioas 1 S5.10, October, ojieaei ti t"', cijj. 1 S ". 57.4. Lai i August nominal, olol S3.su; September, 0)ieaed $J.3n. ciowi $.1.3(1. Pro.luoe Butter: Extra cre.i-niry, lti psr lb.; extra dairy, lid treii paekia; stock, JiiTle. Eg Krta Htocs. 1-j per dot Poultry Turksys. D.M- pjr lb : chickens, lieu.. 7ic; spring chickeas, H&ilUc: r.ios ters, Sc; uucks. iSVcViVI.:; g.-e.j, $1.UU (:').). Potat.-ies Early O.ii . luaJOJ pur bu. Honey White clover. Ill2.ll; p:-r lb.: broken comb. 9A'lic: extra:ej. i.ts.-. Apples Ka! sto.-k. Jjcijl ij per b'jl.; gruu stocX lirJaii SI.UJ. Kast Buffalo Live Stuck. East Bcfs-alo, Aug. 27. Dunning Stevens. Livo .Stock Commission Merchants, Exit Butf-ila. N. V.. quote as fol lows: Cattie Receipts 10 cars, mostly Texas and Indian stock; market dull and lite lower for these; feeling for good native, steady; v.'.-ils. firm at SI W.wi.i. Hog) Keceipta, a) cars; market active at llic to 15o decline; Vorkers, $3.7.V4; few iight, mixei packers, fri 4 j ;..; miiunn, J)4'J; heavy. $l.W5j,J.3".. Sheep and La:ubs Receipts, 17 cars, half Cenadas; market ic lower for lamba, sheep steaJy; gxm to prime Iambi. Si.SSJji .50; few early higher: culls ta fair, SJ.O0J5.UU; sueap, same as yesterday. St. Louis Grain. St. Louis, Aug. 27. "Wheat No. S re J exsa elevator, enic, track. 6lH.tU0"'ac; No. 2 hard. Sl!4c; August, C14c; September. We bid; December, ol&o asked. Corn No. 2 cash. ls.Wi ; August, lHe nominal: September, ls(,j; Dei-ember. Sjfj (ai-ibid Oats No. 2 cash. lHc bi!: August, Kc nouiiual; September, 17'a;Jlay, lac bid. Kye ttv. Milwaukee tiraln. iliLWAt Ktr, Aug. 27. Wheat No. 2 spring, iic; No. 1 northern, SS'-c: December. SWV4C. Corn No. 3, 2"'?-ac. Outs No. 2 white, 19c; No. a do, lb!4 d' lK'ic Barley No. 2. 8Jc; samples, St auc. Eye No. 1. Sfc Detroit Grain. i Detroit, Ang. 27. Wheat Cosh white. 6Uc; cash rei. SiVsc; August, eiUfii September, ttl; December Th. Local Markets. Corn ao42c Oats 1K 40c. Hay Timothy, t6S7; wild,f516. Potatoes, new- 45c. Butter Fair to ehoTee, ISc; fresh creamery, 15 :. Eg Treth, 9c. hpring cbickens S3 SO a dosen. Coal soft, Mc tst'-le Batchers psy for corn fed steers tr& iHe"" BD1 oeWer8'c8Hc; cslves, nc Hogs-si33c. - Sheep :io. Spring Lamb St WQSi a head. Amusements Harper's Theatre Cass. Blitj Cass. Bleosb, Hansgcr. All Next Week Commencing Sunday Evening, Aug. 30 THE CHARLES DICKENS PLAYERS. An excellent company of flrrt cass ari'ts. 'iha opening at nactioa for Suiday night The Grioket Wt Hearth General nil amission, 10c. Reserved seats, 20c. SPECIALTIES: JISEASES ol Eye, Esr. . Nose, Throat, Lungs, Stomach. Skin and Blood. Rapture cared without nse of knife DR. DA NIEL, ROOMS 36 and 37, McManus Boilding, corner Second and Main streets, Davenport. OFFICE HOURS: a. m. to 12 m. and 8 to 6 p. m. Evenings. Wednes das and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p. m. Snndaya, 3 to 3 p. m. Tvlpiioae) 040. DROP iV BILLY CATTON'S White Seal saloon J r i8i5"Second Avenue.' 1 1 Til mi I n 1 k B ISlSSIKSII.IIiV. t it s Blackwcll's Genuine bull om &m You will And nn, conpin iasMe eirh i nunw hns an.1 Iwo rouponi Inrjdc ca. h I n.-e ic Buy a bag. reiui 1! coujkm an.l s.v :o to tu y.Mir snare of fjKi.uw lu ihs,k,. r F-lrT'wj.----'-r'-r'-r,-r'--eai cLL: - i Baker, m s Sessler. Stoves ii LI 3 Hardware Plumbing, Hot Water Heating, Steam and Gas Fitting Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Work, 3 Cor. Nineteenth street I and Second Avenue. Heilth Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got it? If not. consult Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists f the Chicago Medioal Institute I'erm.nently loeata.l in batv.pt rt, low DH. T. M. WALBU. rororly Cilolcal ProrxMor la tsr. o CttUuvf ad'.uc oMKUcsi eoiMKcs. CONSULTATION FIRE. SKBVOUS DEBILTTT Exlibostive dralrs. sleeplessness, tbieeteeed In-' rii''Aj,curcd'l''' """ lB', or sty rf eonflitv a v esrrj-is .ztacsiloa, JATAKRH I)yspip,U. Asthma, Rheomstim. Scrofula, Syphilis. Blrrod, fimmeule '"'''''' " 'J " perua&.t.r careo bf our adsaacM in- VAKiCOCLLE Is the meet active cense of tiervoos debility. HJiy tret S'J"-!.'!? n'hr ofcr, we raratc yoo a penaaueat cars h. sea Urs L oar tnjsse ,,J'W' Wlroc le euf4 in 'tore, oaj-s-no plo. ""MtJI iiofferino; from diseases peculiar to ibsir -t shonM consult as. ' We have ci45 uu.t.y eas. rirtn up Sr tvvlM, 4! aiar Ij ' u. care y. rariAuftt Opertls pr'orir. Urnar no if dwireil. AboostliuJ u-4 brs'r n.rxery simclaily. OUa CREDENTIALS and Testimonials are the Hunt The on tnerons ao kuowlcremerta we have received fnna tlie trewaptprr for per rco-iarkaii. cares la sr.h Baicai soil rtryiel wn im proof cn-ln.lv. that our ad vaired aetaoos tire where sit When 'oil T:erefors,eoiiot wsetel.nw otih omere, bjt r.wilt us at one. nd r s a yoar Iom brab Tttre is a stace in every d!-oaet trial rio rr be cared. Ha, yon auseej tr-st tug- f If Wit, rlo not extwrrcert i iorrer, hot aralt tit st oace. rinheraiore. . eer IMj lo aayone provtt osr endenusia falee . We faske I' as object for m to liiwae tint, oars, rio other spocUls offer yos sash a fair proposiikw. o OXLT CURABLE CASES TAKEN o Jr nn eirnas csIL writ. Bnadred cured by mail. Hoar. S t. 12, 1 t S, t ts B. feaadt i Mti to 1 :S OFEICE 124 W. Third St., McCnlloogh, Building, Daren port, Iowa. IOHS) v. raioo PARIDOjfff & SOW Painters and Decorators This is the very best Smoking Tobacco made. 8 trrl-TrJfL-TlrfJjr e. McNeill I 1 et f I EL ft lif J. I 5 opposite IIAUPtR HOUSE. K. WAI-SH, Late of Ctrtesvo, formerly Sfrsoe-la-Ctilsf . m. ojalfcacys Has. its.. Btni 4. ruaci DK J. SZQ?. 118 ficjTactetntli fit HSCS ISliAUD, II