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YOU XLVI. 10. 135 HOCK I8LAID, ILL. TUESDAY, MARCH 15 1898. PRICK THRB1 OUT!. EUROPEAN CONCERT To Sing to Undo Sum a Song tha Refrain of Which It "Hand Off 9pain.- AUSTBTA'S EJfPEBOR IS THE LEAD. Oti Oaai friend Roaalo a M.mSer nt the Boaal nm ipwltl, Thai Way fie Mf oiBoaol or (NWnrlw - MeaOtlOM We Ha T. Kara Vary I t Wtnklai t ri...T., ; . Wake-SooaLh I.lltar Dorlaree War natar Moaoa. Bo -War I .1.1. at IjmI. London. March 1" Th rrl core spondent ef The Times says. "Acrord. Ins; to nfrn.atl n btalr.. 1 fruit Sources tha Austrian mr.t is mak-Ina- sreat eT, rt. to induce tha rur Paa Bowers to present t.. the tnlfd 8ttr tha dansrr to Curt (a nf their carrying any farther their hMfeNM In -ubm affair. I . ,, r r illiam l warmly sec ndlna tha efforts of Krn Botur Francis JWpa. Tha AavrVan turarninrnt la aware of lata .Itoatkn." IPMMl v.t. Tha Vlann.y, HMMpMiMt -f TV Tlnira t.-;r-aphs an ah tr.ct e( an ar- e In tha It IVtanMra Xotuo Yremya. a kick a thinks 'afcearvf at- tantion a alvinc aa eecawat of thv views anl int.-uti n nf at ' 'i r-et powers. " The r , rye. apoaabnt aaya Tha art. ! a. erfte that tha t r t tata are wait awara th it in MMal Mr aralnat Spam they coajtd K rnatat sp an tha approval . f ar f of tha Kr p ta worn. yWjMiiai. MM ni- tattaly hy -at. ..(. .1 , r .. r r Praabb-pf alee wail kav.w at Ma till." Tharafora.'' i MaM Tha N ,Toe Trwryi VffHH ; I that Basalt) will not rail into ii trat : tij hy Waah Bkft -w r r ha ha an far n sere-.ty Briund f..r !. .In In a r. Mil meas uraa hM kswntslst ly he tak-a la ardor that h- n iy n t feMi wrh a .nd In tha f .tura Tha Kuropeaa repreo.-ntlv.- . .-nrlwl-a th artleta) wl.l notify th WaaMns iTrnmnt or thair opin. n MM sr kj n. t .-strata.-; an. I it la to so fcap.J Ikvat PriBliklRf HVKln'. y will realise tha fao sdvantas n(i p . a . . rsurr and will a4 ettnw heat, r War hy American i nt t r " lanerfca o.l t.rraa . far Tha Vlann.t . . rr'-i- n ! nt of Th Pian.lanl ..i r. th.it Aaatrta an-1 O IMM tympnthlaa jta "paia. th r i M h'lnir artaataat bat faaalty tlaw ba-twi.-n Ml w rrlarnlnaj Iv.iraaa. an I M a vriflc- aaalnat tha fnlt.-l atataa Th- -rr-jr.nt alia. "Tho "hln-a.. .U. v'--n la matrlt aanpa prarft. il far tha t n lta. "tataa than th--t'nl mi. I.UI A-. r . i ha n- n.i. il .a. In I'htn.aa watr Why chnajM ajnl pain inaka p. . v hr (T-rlna: tha fnlt- a n ival tatka In tha PkMp fMr !.a'n roM r-aa ftatfi n Thara. hy rw tna r..nirirr. tha Phlllpplnaa w.iuM t wi-r miat'il to har than a.ra. an.l th.- A mm. an nil ! anaM- l t. art fr m thit i in . n )un. tln with Tna'an-I n. Japan. "tiMM.r itn - nit it- at tan. P.itltar W tat. t-. plt th V.Mr aw a MMMa Whinton Mir i i -. nator Ma I. I th- rnattotaa ant him I v Ilia rMtof 4 tha apanlh i iapi-r K! Ctrl'. Tha Mara naiaiB Maau. mant la prtataiL aaU la aiana4 by Wu r. th- Ma -n .1- Alia Vt:'.4 rlaallanaa a to a i nahat at w. p .lnt. an I l- 1 1 i ' 1 : y a h rti.: f paraoiMl ahuav In whlh Ma daairiN-.l a an Ian.-II- Wnk-r ator. wh- HMM l.k.- a wowaan an 1 haa wot i h vi r to flarht Itfea a ami h o. .it'.t i k- a ;ap ha taa without rraantlra? H.' Th.- Am. r . -n i -i ar- raf a "a pa- pl k laal in p4ca an I w Hat la tna At.nuhty liar " Tha aa tor iik ft m i I f TW r 1 umn n an wh ' .1 I t pint Ha ay ha Ml hive to -a tho marrjnia h.f.,ra feaj ifcMM wh!h-r he will arr.tt. i. at that It ar-arcaly ac raictaa with Bpawla hkkJ. tj- f- r th rha". nalr.r party t. name th- weap-ina. a la dona In thla Inrtanr. , RRy IKI hllK riRf lltM II. I -.-.pi nt riaat Tii- Mioul.l Maka Itirir Mark VMM !. "Tahlnet'.r. Man- h IX A wi . k's nrrotlationa MMM !-r!ay with th" purr hare by the navy d-artni-nt in i- " 1 -n of f.. tv - tin- -rul- r. t.'ui;:. and tiuiMlnir at Klwik for the Uraxli. ian r'ja'TTimant. r.-;iily the offlilala toa mora pleavura In rlorins up the MMaaaa In this nvar n- r lerauaa of the knowl-dc- that tt. Spaniah asenta had ba atrlrtnc to a cure th-iie very hip, to whom It i aaM they would be ef mui-h arcater tralue tn ae of triable than to tha Tinted Matea. The United atatea Ilia will it .! r.i-r Ma new ahlpawitMn .i k prolnbly, and Ja.it a aoon ar the crw can be put aboard tha Amazor.a h- n ill start for the United Stat-. Th- . th-r v-as I will follow at th- . : iMe moment. Th- trma of mV are sarr. t. T!io IMMMl of th- two Itratllbin ships firt (hi bMN la the ai tenth of the nn -I 'I .r i.t ' v M, I-.!r. . ac- ;it of tha .T,v - ' .Jt rompary. who a a a r - r r- d t . dit - n? t ., , . htpa hundine at K'swxk and two oth er in swajf. . f i ..nstrurti..n ir. Fran- e. Thaw- two Taa'. are st-el ah-ath-d tn t ith twin rewr. an I Wl.l be tha flrt of tha cruis- r In ojr ray to embody that mot u ful f-Mt- ra of navai , .nsrru tlon. rhaithm. ra Awaiiaaa ks ratrd at let tona Mtakiiissist. with an ln.li.at-d horse BALFOUR IS ON DECK. Leader in the British Commons Now Ha3 Charge of the Premier's Business. 3AIISBTJBY IS LAID U? FOB BEST. Ilelnc Darlare.l I nfitrd by DfSSaSS lor Hia Work llnli n .1 ly H:. Doctor to the Sontb ot 1 r.nt. . r It. reoperation DaWM A.k Oiirtinii. II. cirillii tl.r Pro- poo.l Vankit-John Hull Karx!i ment Tinnier ft: Jolianne-.1iur. IdOmA n. Mnrrh law II 13 i i.-olaHy an w uncrd that Ma Marquis cf Salisbury, tfco rerr.ler and minister cf foreign af fairs, mm jtreatty fatigued ky Friday's cabin't coLncil. and a rcurn M the weaknt s from w hich he has mfft red following the attack? of infiucnia su PUTtBaat, with Ukl r suit that Sir Vi:l lam I.r.-adbtnt, his fhyslclan. advised the pr. rr.lcr to take a c.m!cte r.-st in ta aouth vt Traro e. A. J. AtaVaWaT. the first l"id -if Ml tr-iismy ar.d pevem men leader In the house of commons, so far a. rtec.-s.ary Is now ileaiinir with th- for-lam office buslr.-ss. Th- lress Asa.- iatlcn suyr tt is authorized to de clare that the rumor that th Marquis if Salisbury cent-mplati s nslgninB elth-r cf his offices isabsolutely irruund less The r.aniiiis starts f . r I- auli-u In a!iut a we. k's time ar.d w ill stay there alK-ut a '" a 1 THE AMERICAN NAVY OF TODAY. THE PATTLFSHIP TEXAS. The Trias can t-atn IT knot-an honr when doing k. r Uft v.-urk. SLf, la placra :'-.t :.s , f waur. h-v luijjmr'.t..00 h.-wpowi r. and she. -A u.000. fler tuain tatt. ry ii . . u.j -. .1 of two IV inch and sii fi inch fctina. lL.r tomi ary ba fiery c-ncists of a tkaea smaller guus. y s SEAGOING BATTLESHIP MASSACHUSETTS. Tha JsVsa.-has.tt is l.'i knot ship and cost t.O.'O.OOO. Shodirpbcea t0.3- t a. of water, baa 9.000 bro power and carries four 13 incb. cipbt i sna-h. f. or fi inrh an 1 :t gno i f r.:-it!i r .tr-. Royal asokas tk. sw roe. power Vntlr natural draught of 7,KA whh-h i ia'(ulat-.1 to nVv.h.p t venty kn- t pl Thu wh,l- the shl Is s nt rh n. . t- ' i-h.nri. .t .n she i mmh faster. Hof armament la also fntK h m.ire f.rnl.lMe. not an mu"h in rallbay. oy p.. malr I att. ry Is made up of sla-inrh un: but these gun. a well a the 7-p h runs, are ..f what k known aa at caiiera length, giving theni sn unusual range and power. Th--torpe-l.. tubas are three In nantar Th rrulscys . atry n arr. r In the . rJ;nary naror. but their marhineiy la pr-.terted fmta the Are of cans by an art he teal nk Just I- -w the water Iln aryirg in -.h. k:.-. fnm 1 ; t.- W'aaaMtaaiow. Ml h li Rrprraenta llve KStott. of a. u'h Carolina, call d at tha nary aVr-trtrr. -nt yisterday In talk With tha IT .. t .f t.Tg tl' r;..th- Ina of the naval militia, SAar aearersl year saCltkarrm hare ren trying ha rat to savor a rv-l.a ition of the law that Would parm : t i -f at least a f-rt!cn of the r-.;it'a aprrr-t - a fka log Ike rwrehae f or. If. rm Tbi ha bean ormmr lasted at lat through the larlsaoicn tn the ling naval bill of a swltalr a man Invent However, this eat r kanaa amdrr ordinary mndittoM wwwM aa) f MM all t btfore July 1 I r-ttv ha-. th- g' ln:o eff-ct ir-jn dia'ely up n tV S M "f Mj ' I ' The oteamr Alameda saile-l from ataWty. Jt. a. W . y.strnlay for San Franrtor.a. having t-ard iMMN lord SJUM ury's terr porary retire- rr : t at th- 1:-. r.t critir.il pi ri- .1 is the subject f nrtid-s in air tb- morn ing ja .-rs trxlay. -Tpressing a cret and concern, but also full confidence In the ability of Arthur J. Half ur to carry . n the work of th- f.riisn otr.ee. The matter was much lisussed in the lob West of pnrllamcnt last n'cht. tr.any x; i : V, ,: La i !-;.: -1 ury w-11 b- r..n.- ::-d t.. !r- . his : ub'e dutv as prime minlst. r :.i:-l f-Telrn sec EsUbllshed 178. 35 Years Ex perience, ft u v - ' vtv mm oags iw-i Dr. Con-Naughfon, 403 Brady St, Davtnport, Iowa. CHRONIC DIS EASES MEN AND WOVEN MEDICAL JOURNAL F9EE. How to cet well. How to keen well. Consultation from I o'clock a. m. to S o'clock p. Da. Sundavs from ! a. Wtt to 1 p. m. Telepbonc So 400. s- r. tary of the for-ien omee. Curzon, replying to Michael liavitt. antl-I'ar-r. !!ite. who asked the government whether Cire.it Hritain had offered to lend m-n-of-wnr to the I'nited States In the event f g cnnflUt Ictwecn the t"r.it-d Slnt- nd a Kuroj -an power, said therovt mmert tn-1 Rot made such an offer. Anrw tl Ir.rssci ies ot QaRtt0M which Davitt pal V. i'.h Mt Th W of elic iting wh-ther there have lie-n any ne si tiatlons for an alliance lotcon Clreat Itiitain and the 1'nite.l States, or vh-th-r Ctra- Britain had Offend to mediate in th" Cuban crisis, Curzon said th-rc questions were of such a na ture that It was Inexpedient to reply to them. Vanl.o-.lohn Burl Allinm-a I Never! Cur n's r ply that Iir.vitt's ques tions were Inopportune whs received .vlth Ion : . rli-s ..f "Hear." ' Hear," frr m the Cnlctiist Nnthi s. Pavltt, in an in terview on tb- Fiil'J.ft. aaH "I put the qii-s;i.m as to the ships K.causo the? sul J et WRS not procieil- il v. ith last week. I want 1 to elicit the truth. I iBktWa of course, that 'h- statement made t- th- f : that wnrMiiit-s would sibiy be loaned was as abaard aa the rumnrpil alliance c.r rappnich-m-nt. ar.d 1 received exactly th- answer I Kpocted Mr. Cnraoa l too detrer a llplomat to give any answer which uld dispel th. ii'i that an American kUance is en the tnt-is. as of course it n. m t will b.-. :r urzen knows it. tit it irtvrs 7;t.ir.i'.'s pur u se to let he tontin-nta; nal I. i think it is pos sible In the n'ar future." Fi r that tired forliOat )oa motl enrich and parifr year blood. Uod' Saraapaxilla ia the nrcdicina you r. :.iry Th- re are no aerl au symptoms. I ut Ir-i !-aiitt ury Is ex; r: r.i inp the htaaitude ar.d other after I Sects of in flu nza. any attempt at .-rk r-suiting : : The rum i r that m BaWWR CaWaacr, ltritlsh gynt and consul zeneraj In Kgypt. w !U i. : ' t-. ' r !. re vived. Ikaa.ll Put- Hi. M a nd.-n. March li In the house of ccoauus veaterday the itarUaaieatar)' lUKEEAL CF GEN. P.CSF.CRANS. t! .ly 1.1c In St it.- nt L. loa.nl . IT irlal Tak-a flooa Toomrrovv. I8 Ansel, s. Cal.. March IS. At 10 a. Mi. t'...ay th-i lyc: tne lat-'ien. as. S. llosfcciai.s .s . ..live. "J ui-;ir mili tary escort from Ma undertaker's pal lets whi r- it had 1 -n sine his death the c-uroil ihamlicr of Commercial hall, there to lie in state- until the fu- ral tomorrow m-mir. . The pall- kejorara watt crow n from city una r unty officials and meml'-rs of the Chamber of C- mini ind Fr- Harbor I- a sue. The military escort araa rurnlahed '..y G. neral Last, of the KHt' ' Guard. T morrow n.nrrlnp the funeral mass will be held at th- cathedral. MaMaakop Of the diocese offlei.-itinir, after which the body will be conveyed to Uoseda.e, there to r-m. tin in a vault until it can be convey. -1 to Arlington cemetery. Washington, to l e finally interred. D'saatroua i ratrle Fire. Cimarron, K., Msroh IS. With the wind i '. wir.jr t ) miles an hour a prairiu lira has been racing within airht of this place. It is sweeping everything ' f rt- it. Thousands of acres of pasture land are burned cIT, and reports arc coniing of losses in live stock ut. : buildings, but so far no loss of human life are heard ot. Ureavt Woolen Mill Barm d. Troy, Y., March 15. Victor mill, of Cohots, the largest woolen mill in the United States, was burned this in ;:.ing. IViiTi-;. iv aula Can -iv llniM It.-r IkaafaoJ. Philadelphia. March 15. The slate supreme court yi-aterday aflirmcd the d ciBtoa ef the r.a'iphln county court, which rcfusd t- erar.t sn Injunction to rertraln t'. rr.pi ol basaMMfJ c-r.imla-si'-n from awaaalkaaj contracts Par the erectim of Ma state capitol. t-rand Arm;- Pool Itnidy for War. rvtroit. March IT.. Mrn.t.ers of Fair banks paal t. A. H.. of this city, and of v.hiih S. n tary of War Kurscll A. Alcer Is a member, adopted resolutions last Rkyjkt teroc-rir.g th-ir services to the gov. rnrr.rt tn ca-e -f war Between th- I'nited States and Stain. PJaPJaaaa Trail. nii-ii' . . infer, me Ailjonrna. Chattano' ga. Tenn.. March 1". The uni'.n tonfafcaea of the rallwry train-m-n in sessbm in tkfal ;:y since Sat-ur-lay. adj. urcd last nt-.-lit. the visiters bting tendered an eldbciAte banouet by the Chattin 'gans tt Me Southern hotel. Ely asaB iYiRiaitiiii:wiisii'ii;ii,iiiiii All the Latest Styles m SPRING HATS AT THE LONDON, BLUE FRONT. SAN TMXBSKQ OF?. Unl"-d states llatitshtp Uiwa to England tn IKert New V. . I. Washington, Ivlaroh 15 The San r'rannisco has gone to Kngland. where nho will runku up a crew for the AMssoa. Thu present intention is lo have tho San Francisco convey her a. rcss the Atlantic. The time of tho. cabinet meeting was largely devote to the discussion of meas ures to place tho navy on a war foot ing. Tan government was informed Spain had not purchased the O'Hig gins, and indications are the United States will acquire her. Lisbon, Match 15 The United Sta'cs cruiser. Sin Francisco, railed to-Jay, going iu a southwesterly di. rection. Tho uoparitnent has de cided to complete tho defenses cf Lisbon as speedily a3 possible. London, March 15. The United States government is negotiating for the purchase of the Bre.Uian battle ship, DeMaio, formerly thi Aquida bau lUgahip Admiral Mello, recently reconstructed in Kngland. London, March 15 It is reas serted that Spain has secured the Chilian battleship, O'lliggins. London, March 15. A Rome spe cial says that the pope is ready to d . evnrvthini' in his nowt-r to nravutit j r, i - . hostilities, which mitrht i fatal to i tho Spanish divinity. Nuw York, March 15. The World's Havana report says thu naval board of inquiry will bo ready in three davs at the outside. snhachbe f r i hi Art-.tp. jA Provoking TasK I j 1 EFrLCTIVE treat;:i:i;t rag Mraoj f ,rn OF kil AGES ??o nxoaenr it aotancf.. iron ttrr.31 a RBiil III o oad cclentlflc reat ctflea setu aa trtak t ra-ilabte tian. A wr.r. rr -Ration back ot Ik a offer, hhstry otrrcie to tur-py marric-.! life reaove.1. Kut! s:ren;rth. devetopoaent andtowartvri 'orrery portion of the txxiy. i - ; ivjc iu Lamer. HIE iffi Hto all! SE.ISTEIC7IITG OF TES STATE Changes Necessary on Aeeonat cf tho New Kock laland llospltl Approvad. Spricgiiela, Mrch 15. Gov. Tan ner has approve d the action of the state boaid of charities in rt district ing the state into districts from which the insane are sunt to the hos pitals. The change is made neces sary on account of tbc erection of the new hospital at I'.-ck Island, to be completed April 15. The new ap portionment is based on the presi dential vote of 05. The com missioners created a district for Wattrtown by transferring from the Eigin district the c unty tf White side, and from Ml Jacksonville dis trict the counties of Bureau, Henry, Knos, Warren, Henderson, Morcer kJad Book Island. 'Jhe removal of these patients from Jacksonville necessitates the transfer from the Kankakee district to Jacksonville of the counties ef DcWitt, McLean, Mason and I'iatt. The county of Shelby ia taken from the Kankakc-c district and added to the Anna dis trict Wooer to Loan At ti per cent. Private money. William L. Ludolph, Buford bio k, ttock Island. ! i i CTJM) ONK which is enough to make the righteous pro- ami be forgiven, is an old stove that won't draw when one is in a hnrry for their breakfast. When you can buy a superior stove or range that is handsome and useful, a good baker, and of the very best manufacture, that we sell at such low prices why bother with a use less old hulk. BAKER & KNOX, OPPOSITB HA.BPF.B HOUSE. Cor. Nineteenth street and Second Avenue. J A few note's regarding spring goods tint can be fonnd by look ing at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Spring novel ties in suits the prices range from J 20, 22, (22 and up. The prices in the spring trousers range from f 5, t5.5 .', $6, 3.50 and upward. Come in and see our fine line. Gus. Englln, Manager, 1803 Second An Rock Island in orporated Under Ms 8 ate Law. Bank. BOCK ISLAM', It Four Par Cent Paid on Deposit. , Montr Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security. 01 iTCEBSi J. kt. Iiuford. Proaiatl :,t, .!'. C'n:basn. Vice i - . -1 .n . . Ortesawall, Ca.bier. li. gar. tin.ineas July 3, isyn. ml occupy the 5. E. corner Mitchell at Ljadc a new tmildlug. DQUECIOBS: a a i , Jcos CTaMs B P Ball. BWilarst, John Vols. Jtckaoa Han , tt Wat Wlia aat r. Pan i i clou. L fclnoa, I a Bafcri.