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THE ABGTJS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1898.
p. HYNES We have everything in the Bicycle and Sport ing Goods Line. Andrac Hicycles. Wavcrly l!ievilc Mei-.ll.ack lii.-ycl. Ideal I!icyele. Magnet Iicclcs Model $6$ :hM.mI,1....jj5 i. 'u Model.. .2a !ism.mI.-i.. $22.50 i M.nM..$9.50 We also hate on hand a large stock of shot guns, loaded shells, re volvers, cartridges, tar gets, Blue Rock traps, boxing gloves, punch ing bags, tennis, golf and base ball gocds. Fishing tackle and cutlery. Cf HYNES." 321 Twentieth St., I'.ock blind. 303 West Third St., Davenport. TM.fcPHONE nun. T Ainiiscjiiints. HE TWO JACKS . . . VAUDEVILLE THEATRE 21 -2 III lVrry Street, llavcnport. Lilly Woodruff, Manager. Jackson & Mi I'auti.ami. rni. Only First Class Place of Amusement In the City A stricllr hih class Yaudc villi' cntcrlainmcnt every iiitflit in tin- wi'i'k :itul Stiti il:IV matinee at Still). Admission Gallery 3.1 Cent 1 .1 Out Ilium opiMi at 7:'M, irfinn ance cointnenecs at. H:?. Iinti't forget Siiiulav matinee at 2:80. For Particulars See Small Bills J. I RKIDT. t B HEIST, hra Your Ui-mi ami Wirt U linurtit. Reidy Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and Loans, Uoom 4. Mitchell & I.ymlc liuiltliny Telephone iwl. mm mm, 'Boih mT wife and niwlrli Hen liking CAsTAki-VS and tiicv are the beat niedieine we have ever had in the toiise. Last wuek my wile u tr.intic with headache lor two day, she. tried Sbmvof yinirCASCAHfcTS, and they relieved the pain in her head almost lutmiaiaieiy. e noinreciiinirfnucasc&reta. ' linAi. bTBUEtoRD. Pltlsberg Safe Ik. posit Co., Puuburg, Pa. P!tlTFlt. Pnlflt.lhlC fntfcflt OS..,,. f?rww V. G01.J, tfevcr nu ten. Weaken, or Cure, lflc. iidioc. CURE CONSTIPATION. ... tarlia Krmviy a, . Cilt,., Vmtmi. Ira lark. TH NGTflB4n 901,1 ani s'-irsMced bv all d run ny. 81SM tl KC Tobacco llttit. LEGAL. Administrator's Notice. Estate of John I'.auerruann. deceased. The under-ii'ned uavinheen appointed ad ministrator t'h Hit? will anno ed of the estate of John Saui:ruat.n late of ititf county ol Koek Island, state of Illinois, deceased hereby pives irtlee ilia! he v. ill appear before the county eourl ol itock bluijd county, at the county court room, in the div o KocK Island, at the Sepiaiiubcr term, on Hie tirsi Monday in Sep tember next, at widen time ail persons limine claims ae.tinst sal 4 estate are notified and re.jiiesltd to altcuil. for the purroe of Lav iiiK the same adjusted. All persins iniieiiiec to said estate are re quested to make iniinediutc paynucut to the urmersirned. Dated this l.ltb flay of July. A. D. 189?. I HAKI.BS rj. HATTI.KS. Admihislrutor wi'h the Will Annexed. Administrator's Notice. Kstats of Maria Simmon, deceased. The undorsitrned havinir been annninted nd- mimairator of iu estate of Marie Simmon. late of ih comity of l!oek Island, stte of Illinois, fleepnei). hereby L'ivcs notice that he ill aunear liefore thu county eourt of Knelt Island county at the ,itle of the clerk of said court, in thecit.v of ItocU Island at the Septem ber term, on the nrst Moiidny iu September next, at whioh time all per ons h tvine claims ai-aijit said estate me not iiied and rcfiu-sted to at- uu, lor the purpose of having the saire ad justed. All parsons nnleliien to sa:fl estate are re quested to ni4ke immediate payment to the uimcrsiifncti. Dated this 12th day of July A. 1. S. S.KKNWohi'iir. Administrator. Administrator' Notice. F.state of .lohanna i:rnos. d?cease.1. The ondersjuned ha.iim l een appointed ad ministratrix of the estate of -lohann i l!ynie. late of the county of Koek Isl- iil. stale of llhnoLs. it.'Cvascd. herelty Iven notice ilia! she will appear before the county eourl o! hoi k Island county, ui the counit court riM.in. iu Hie city of IWk Island. at Hie October term en tue first .'.iouday in (lober ui'Xt at which lime all rersons havini; eluinis against said ciaie lire notitied ami reiiuesid to un-u. lor tuc purpose of a. tin: liiesaihe aiijus cd. All person indebted to said esuite are re- qui s.edto TuaiLi. imiitediaie payment to the uud-i-.iij;iieft. Dated this sil, day Ai t. A. IV Kis. KA1P..I. I;vknk.s. Admiuislraitix. IP nnifii'0 for Mi-nr.n bkx. DIVUN OThl- rrmrty Ix-lnr :jrrle4 Hirretlr the lArnil. Pliillrcl rhmnire f Met. Cms MaaaJI BlaJn TlBrk W UU Mola aljr br A J. K!r. Fourth Avenue Drug Store, sole nt. ItocK island. Ill HOUNDOFTHE CAMPS Great Review of the Troops Comes Off Today on the Field of Chickamauga. 6IG3AL COEPS OFF TO THE FEONT. Notice of J inn! et tleiiieHt. Kstato of IVedoriek Kramer, deceased. It:!ilic niitlee hereby iriycn that the nmler- s!ned. nitruinistrator with the will annexec". a t his. day tiled his !h;ai report anti scttie- metit as such in the county court of Hock s auil cn.i.ity. and that an order has been en- red by said em:rt apiiroviiiic the said reiion. nle.s objection there o or cause to the htrary lie s'jown on or before the -.'d dav f Aiiiu-t. A. 1). is.if. and nn.in the liuat o- pro id of said rrport the nai.i ad uini trator Mil the v til ameidii wi!l aU for ai ord-r of rilmt'ou. apd wi 1 al o a-ked to be dis- hared. All prrsnii.s intcrcsicU arc notified o Hitctid. Kock Isl ud. 111.. July .i. is.s. J liKMIT I.!I);RS. Adininis-rator with t lie will annexed of the estate of Frederick Kramer, deceased. Camp Alger's Troops Being Scattered In Several Camps in the Virginia Hill Country Eighth Illinois Starts for Cuba Woman Tries to Pass as a Boy in Blue Governor Shaw at Jacksonville Ninth Illinois Arrives in Camp There. Ponce, Island of Porto Rico, Aug. . General Brooke is here In conference with Major General Allies. His force is still at Guayama. A force of about 400 regular Spanish troops Is stationed about eight miles away. The United States cruiyer Montgomery and the hos pital ship Relief have arrived at the port of Ponce. Chlckftmauga Park. Aus. 9. The sig nal corps under Major Sinclair left Camp Thomas at 5 o'clock yesterday morning and marched to Ringgold, a distance of eight miles, -where its effects were cut aboard cars for the trip to Newport News. The departure from Ringgold over the Western and At lantic railway was made early in the forenoon. The party consisted of 140 officers and men.. There were no other departures from the camp yesterday. The establishment of a new resf-rve hospital was begun yesterday mornirig. It is located on the Alexandria road in the northern part of the park, the lo a tion being partially wooded. This hos pital will accommodate about 400 pa tieats. It will be ni;2y for occupation by Thursday. The feature of today will be one of the most notable that has ever occurred since the rolunteer army en camped at Chitkamausa Park. It will be a review of all the troops infantry, cavalry and artillery by General Breck inridge. The review and inspection to follow will weeupy four or five hours, since there will be about 4.nC0 soldiets to pass the reviewing stand, beside a!! the ambulances of the several divisions. The New Cainps in Virginia. Vashinston, Aug. 9. The Second army corps will be permanently en camped at Thoroughfare Gap, Va. The Sicond division now at P.ristnw, Va., will start today. The First division, now at Dunn I.oring. will have to wait f':r vvason trains, and probably cannot start befoie Sumkty. Tlicrwugnfare Gap is about twelve miles from Manassas Junction. General Davis hasannouneed that the Second dSTision will be camped at Beverly Mi I it:. Thoroughfare Gap. whore an abundant supply of water can be secured for ail purposes. Rations will be reshipped to that point by rail, and the wngon trains will start in advance of the troops, in order that prepara tions ccn be macSe for their arrival. There are eighteen men in the field hos pital. None of Hum will be sent to Fort Mysr. Much relief is exprers?d at the rapid deeline in the number of ty- h!.l raw.. There were fmly sixteen esterday, and there is almost no oth- ht sitkness in can.p. ot a soldier and tried to get into ons of ' the cars. She was detected by Captain Van Pelt, of comrany B. to which com pany her sweetheart whom he wished to accompany belonged She was placed under arrest. ani after the uniform was removed from her she was released She cut off her hair, and it was by a mere accident that she was caught. Just as the Third battalion was ready tc go aboard the cars one of its com panies mutinied because it had not been paid. Major Dennison. in command of the battalion, states that three of the companies K, of Litchfield; L. of Mound City, and M", of Cairo were not paid because their pay rolls were im properly made out. . There was much dissatisfaction expressed and the men of company L yelled: "We don't go un less we get our pay." "That's so, boys," tried out Captain Lane, their comman der. Major Garrison approached each tear, in the company and demanded witther he would go to the train or not. Baying if he did not intend to go he must step out of the ranks. He then ordered Lane to the train under arrest. ThU awed the mutineers end they pro ceeded to the train. A private of company K Jumped from the train an it was about to start and endeavored to desert. Six shots were fired at him without effect. He was captured by the guards. Private George Eaves, uf the same company w as arrested near the police station and the train w as held at the station until he was put on board. AN AGED MAIM SUICIDES. John Sondqahit Ends Ills Life With a hot Prom a Berolvcr. John SuiilinUt. aeil CI, an eccen tric character, suicided at tb home of (Jeorire Swaiisoti. two miles e:sl tf Mo'tiue. where lie hail been Maying, at 10 o'clock this niorninjr. SunUiuist dressed himself iu his best, shaved himself, parked his '"l &iiri he was ";irr away. Instead he went to li is room and ended his life w ith a shot from a revolver. It is thought Suudijiiist's litiud had liecoLuc unbalanced over attempt'iu;; to construct a machine demonstrating Hrt-tiial motion. He was uumar ricd. Coroner Eckhart will hold an iu itiest. Police Matters. II. II. Rtid. an agent of the Ameri can Tobacco company, arrested for posting bills without a license, had his case continued till Thursday. I'at Dunn and Mart Luther were each given 10 days for vagrancy. (leorge Wiinan, arrested on a jeace warrant sworn out by Mary Mcl'eck. was placed under imi lioiids to keep I lie peace 30 days. lie could not fur nish bail and was sent to the county cooler. Publication Notice- Chancery. '.'askrin & MoCaskriti. Attorney and Coun sellors. State of Illinois, i Hock island county, t n the circuit court of the said county and state, to llic September term thereof, A. U., fx. flHim ISa'-er vs. Ciiiulc llaker. in clmu- cry-dlyoree A'Hilatil of noil ri.lence of Charles llaki r. lie mIhivc named defendant, hating been duly erlilied anil sworn to and tiled in lt.e clerk s orilec ot the said count r and slate, showing that t he residence ,f tin above named de- udant is unknot n. and thai due and ililiifciit lii'pnry has been made to ascertain the san-e. once is therefore hereby iriveu to the said defendant that the said e.im dainaiil tiled her bill of complaint iu s ,i 1 emirt on the chancery ile thereof on the fib day of July, A. IX, sfs. and ihat thereupon a summons was is sued out of said court, w herein said suit is now pcndinir. returnable i n the third Monday of LMiiemncr next u is iv lavy reimiren. Now tnlcss you. Charles liaker. the te- fendart above nmed. shall personally be and appear before said circuit court of lock Island county, on the first day if the next term thereof, to he liolden at Pock .land, in (lock Island eounlv. and the stte of 111't.ois on the tirst dav of the next Set' ember term on the third .Vonnivof themonth of September next andihenand there topleail, answer or itenmr to the sain complainant s al of eoirniaint. the same together with the matters and tbimrs therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed, and a decree en ercd airainst you aceordius to the prayer of l lie said mil. Koek Island. Illinois. July 31. IW tiK-! Gamule, Clerk. M' CASKKIN & M.'CASKUIS. Coma aiiiant k Solicitors. ATARRH A LOCAL Disease A Climatic Affection Not") Hi? but a loc al remedy .r chance nf climate will cure it. Get a well-known liharmfuvutic&l remedy. HITS fJCAM lU ll ts ' quickly nt KorcCOLD'NHWD Opens and clean s tlio Nasal rassaees Allnys iiitUtriuatitin, heals and protects the tneinorane, restores the senses f Ue'jt and smell. No cocaine, no UirTcurr, no Injur ious druc. Full size, S3c; trial sue 10c, at antrgtsis or py lubti. BLV BROraER.s.r Wtt-Ci fl'.ri:.Naw Yor flrrr.a M,i,;i..t,at-ruh.rit. ft ifr-l o-ti ttfe K " e .'-y. r m a aJ"iji ikes y-u siu.ir -3, v Hil l . JL lr. k. ,:'S r..r tfll I I V 1. " '.'" etl'JfWay-JOOT OWB UTiBWft ft h IU Totrra t-r ns. TxXr it with bo, tl. usucllv cure; 3 boxrV 'ilreii ui CV.TV- or w rrTtind m. .r-.. imtKas &tMB' t., tkteaf, iMiral, bw itL OOVERNOIW VISITIN TUOOl'S. owa s I.xecutlve at tlacksonviilc Ne- hraska's Oli'on a Similar Krrand. Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 9. Governor Shaw, of Iowa, accompanied by Mrs. Shaw, together with Adjutant Gen. ral If. M. I'.ycrs and Colonel E. C. Pratt, of the gevi rtior's shall, arrived yesterday m a visit totheForly-iiinlhand Fiftieth Iowa re.wiir.tuts in camp l;e;e. Ovcrtior Shaw went out to camp in the aft-r- noon and wittu-S-cd a leview of the two regiments. He was much p'easeJ w tli their appearance, nnd also with the location of the camp. He will remain for a few clays. The paymasters have finished paying off the thirteen criminal reiiiinents here and expect to fl.iis.i the others by the end of the we.-k. The Ninth Illinois regiment arriveJ late las: r.ixht. Private Thomas M. li. YarJ, of company F. First Wi-'cnsin regiment. died Suaday night of typhoid fcter. The body will be sent to ilaeine. Wis., for intetn:cnt. Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 9 Go.c r.or Hil- comb and A ljutatit General Rirry left today for ChickamauKa and Jackson- vii:e, where ere ic.ie. tively the i-'econd and Third Xebras-ka tei:i:r,e:its of vol unteer infantry. Th tr p has b.ett con templated some time, lui hasten-d by leit' is receivcd from so d era who complain fif n m-artion. A letter from Co or.cl Eil s afks G ie m r Hicotnb to use his iniliierce toward getting the Se. or.d regiment assign, d t P ru Ric . The govemor and Genera! Barry will spend several days at each camp. ILLINOIS EIGHTH tiE'TS AWAY. Woman Tries to Go w ith It, DisL-uiseri as a Soldier I'.oy. Spring.'eid, li s., Aug !. Major B. Ti. Ray paid the F-ighth regiment at Camp Tanner ytst-rda- morr.itig. Kac'a Lat talii n was leaded on trains as socn as paid. The regiment left camp for New York at 5 o'c'o:k. Thousands of p.ople were out to w.t ncss the departure of the regiment. .Many so:utrs cecatr.e insoxira:ej art r being paid, and there were several seri ous lights amorg them before th' . y l.ft Rebecta I'hoenix. a regress from De catur, difguised herself in the uniform MTI ATIOX AT SANTI AGO 1E CI BA. 5cn. Slinftcr Supplements llic Fm;ius So Culled "Kaiinil Ritliiu" Health I'.cpi.rt. Washington, Aug. 9. Tue fj:iowin5 has been te.e v.ii fnm Gnera! Shatter datud yesterday at Saut ago d . Caba: "In onntttion with my telegram of the :',rd inst. and the letter of the gen eral officers to me of satne duto I have the honor to say that s ties then I hive talked with the division commanders, and they join me in saying that the first report was maJe so strong be cause of the weakened end exhaust d condition of the command, more than 73 per cent, of whkh hav been ill with a very weaken n; malarial fever lasting fmrn four to six days, and which leaves every man too much broken down M !- of any service and in no condition to withstand an epidemic of yellow fever. '"For strong and beallhy regiments coming here now and a little later, with plenty rf tentatre to cover thrm, ani not subject to any hardships and with plenty of nourishing fo -.d, the danger in my opinion and that of the division commanders would be reduced to a minimum." Ke a!sj semis the following health ic port for Aug. 7: Total number of sick, 3.443; t'jtal number of fever as a. 2,4'JS; total number of new cases, 412; total number fever esses returned to duty, 406. He reports eleven deaths Aug. 7. Including Private Frank J. Muck, com pany D, Thirty-fourth Mieh'B'n.typho d and gastric fevers. Fernandina, Fla., Aug. 9. Harry Adams, of company E, Thirty-second Michigan rsgitnent. Hied yesterday of typhoid. His remains have been sent home. Case for Severe Discipline. Tampa. Fla., Aug. 9. Early yesterday a ttnti tried to rescue three negro team sters of the regular army incarcerated in the jail here. An armed guard or dered them to desist, but themobopened fire cn the jail. A volley was poured into the crowd from the uppT story of the building and several shots took ef fect. The wounded were carried away by their comrades and the raid was unsuccessful. SPENT SUNDAY IN JAIL Leader of the Strikers at Oshkosh lias an "Embarrassment of Law." Oshkosh, Wis., Aug. 9. Instead of having been i:i Chicago on business connected with the W'oi.daoikers' un ion, as was generally uuneis ood hie Sunday, it now appears that Thomas 1. Kidd, t! e secretary and leader of the strike, sptnt Sunday in jali. He was arrested Saturday night on a civil ae tii.n for damng s brought ly th Pa ne Lumber company. The prc.-ent indica tions are that before the end come. Kidd will have to stand trial on six criminal charges of c n-piruy end fix civil suits for damng s. K.dl tail y.s- terduy he was conlident uf acquittal in all cases. The Foster-Harner mills failed to rc gume operations yesterday. All otnr mills started without trouble. T li re was an exchange of revo'.wr shi ts In the vicinity cf the I'alne I.uiiii.tr torn pany s plant Saturday nicht. but no fatal results fol'o-.ved. A Ftrike sympa thizer claims that he was waylaid by tin employe or the plant who had I e.-n Invested with no'i.e pow r. Five sbul were fired, according to the resident. in the vicinity, but asid from the story oi me men wbo e.ai.es ne was uayieu, i there Is nothing to icd cJ'e how it hap pened. AEEEEVIATED TELEGEAK3. AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. VTE ASS ASSLRTLNU LV TIIE COl HTS OVK KIGIIT TO ' i Titf. ExcixrE usn ok nii: woxn -cASTorviA." axd Trrcirr.rs-s casto;o.,- as ore trademark. 7, DR. SAMlIL FITCH ER, cf llyanms, Massachusetts, -vas the originator cf "CASTORIA," (he same that has lome and docs no:v bear . on event the fcc-sinilc signature efC&sjrMgZfo wrapper. This is thecrigir.al "CASTOR I An u-hich has lecn used in the homc3 cf the I'olhcrs cf America jcr ever thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY ct the wrapper aid see that it is the hini yen have always longH Jtf on the and has the signature of &.tf&cZif ui 'rap per. No or.c has authority fnm me U use my name except The Centaur Company, cf tidch Choc. h. FL U her is President. i 7uarch2!,lS93.j2 l)o Net Be Deceived. Do rot onebncr tlic life of your tliiM l.y accepting .a cliiT.p r.ubstiuite which r.onw t!rui;i;t nay offer you (bccaiiu: he makes a few lr.orc penr.ies on it), the in gredient.; of wh.kh CVCI1 lie does not Lno'.r. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" EEAF.S THE SIGNATURE OF 0 Insist on Having ; Tho Kind That Never Failed Toil mc ctmaua trvaMV. tr k nv itdut. t r cm. VVANTF.1. NY TANTM A ClOK AT NO. Sl SiVF.X- iceiitn ktrrcl. w ANTKIt niIN; KUDU CIKI. AT TUE lelnioiii o rcslauraut are More TriMips Start for Home. I Santiago de Cu; a, Aug. 9. Th" trans ports Miami, Ma: tea wan ani v gilancia. loaded with t'n ted States troops, sailed for the Fnited States yesterday morn inrr. Today the transport Grand Huchess will leave with 742 men ani officers of the Thirteenth Infantry and six com panies of the Seventy-first New York, I aggregating 433 men and oflKets. Cannot Save the Crlstabal Colon. Playa del Este, Province oi Santiago de Cuba, Aug. . The Merritt & 'Chap man Wrecking steamer Potomac has arrived at the scene of the battle of July 3 and has visited the Cristobal Colon. The wreiker3 report her to be in a vry bad situation, and they fear it is im possible to save her. The Maria Teresa has not yet been floated. Scores on the Diamond. Chicago, Aug. 9. League clubs made the following scores on the base bail field yesterday: At St. Lou s New York 2, St. Louis 4; at Philadelphia Wash ington 3, Cleveland S; (second game) Washington 2. Cleveland 2 darknefs; at Chicago Philadelphia J. Chicago 9; (second game) Philadelphia 8. Chicago 3; at Pittsburg, Louisville and Cincin nati Ruin. Western Lague: At St. Joseph Min neapolis 2. St.' Joseph 3: at Indianapolis -Rain. The United Garment Workers holding a convention at Cincinnati. The report Is going the rounds that Secretary ef State Pay is xion to re sign. Adolph, the 17-mnnths-old child of J. Ritter, of La Croso, Was., was drowned In a tub. Ceorgo Maurice Edit, the Egyptolo gist and novelist. Is dead. He w as born in Uerlia In 1S37. Professor Park Morrill, chief of the forecast division of the weather bureau, died at Washington of typhoid fever. John Rosich and Peter Mungac were burned to death by a mass of slag at the Illinois Steel works at South Chi cago. Ir. and Mrs. Theodore Koch were thtovvn from a bugcy in a runaway at Raraboo, Wis., and were severely in jured. Iiuis Hansen. 7 years old. of Chicago, jumped frem a carette an I landcj in the path of a trolley car, which instantly killed him. This year's wheat crop in this country Is expected to break the rcoid. the es timate now aggregating about 7i0.ttiu.. 1C0 bushels. Representative- Grifon. of Wisconsin. will lie temporary halrmr.n of the Wis consin Republican slate convention. which will meet In Milwaukee on Aug. 17. James Sheldon, engineer: G. K. Know lion. fir man, and James Schu- foldt. engineer, riding In the cab, were killed In a train wreck at Canton Junc tion. Mass. President McKinley s friend say he- has become an enthusiastic "imiieriul- 1st" since the war besan and that he has no fear of ire result of the exten sion ct territory. Through the influence cf Governor Scofk ld the surgeon general of the army l.as grant' d permission for the Woman's Relief Corps at A.-hland. department cf Wiscorpin. to send a hua to the Wiscon sin boys at Porto Rico. W'ANTKI) a ;h:l tm house worn in small family, avenue CVNKRAL I Satsiud WANTKP) lV'.M. S A I .KM V . 1 R xliirrs male IminW. If r ,:.t. Isu.v Kit Shirt Co.. i:I lm-el. hiejtfo ANTi:i SITrATlOV UK filTOifTI' vv nitv to Imv a shon by a niM-ehis e I ored bs tier. Aildrcs. U. W f ." thuo.tire. lAVrKI-TVi till THMKK I KH H t tii-hed rooms, ceiiir-llvlocsu-d. suiiuolc forlik-lit bousckccpiLK: A1irt- . li. thtyd. I o; iseco'Hl avenue WTAXTKI-SMAI.I. T! UK!J l ircn-nil hiMrsework .a sraal! ftul!r. Ad lro l?"J k.-xirtb uv.ue. Muline, iiL Call i rum i a. m. to p m. WAXTrn-iiOAi:r and RfioM with linvsie fsmtlv bv vmm-2 IhJt: rcfer- encv tvtaminr le.ii.- need mtk answ AutliesK M U, THC A1U.I S. r ANTKDTOTTtAIi" -WI1ATP AT. YOr to f!rr lor .S.l stnrk cf vmm(s In country s'oret Ikdnv icood Imslnew: proprie tor sicJt and must sell or trade. Gordon Uoaoian. TANTr.l CiiMPFTl NT MAN WHO ran aniitibc enntro) of twtfiic in s short tlm- ' a moulb nn.1 rt-ues. Ad d "SniMTiiiteuilent." 1. O. Ikis 7s. iniil- ailelpbia, I'eca. Bobber Secure 1,700 in "Swag." Milwaukee. Aug. 9. During a mo mentary absence of the proprietors a thief entered the hardware store of H G. Lemk & Bros., at 224 Ellen s'.reet. Bay View, mace his way into the cfTi- and secured a cettlfWate of dioit for $1,400 on the First N'ational bark, and cash to the amount of t'-WO. bi si les a considerable amount of Mollie Gil.-on mining s'.Ovk. tipain Will Keward M. Camlon. Madrid, Aug. 9. The government hat decided to reward the services of M. Cambon, ambassador, and M. Thiebaut, secretary, of the French embassy ct Wa&Ington. "A PERFECT rO0Dms Wholesome a it la Vellcions." WALTER BAKER & CO.'S BREAKFAST COCOA a f rr mm DR. FELIX LE EtJ'JK'C ?firl ? PenncTftcsl TMatmert t tUiiJ 1UJIU St MiUULUl is the oriirinal and only FBENCH. safe an 'ble care on the mar ket. Prie. t (U: sent by "' 1 li&niiie soia uali by 1 mm: tsaoc-hask. " Hss stood the test ef more than too yecrs' nse amonf all classes, and for puri'y asd honest worth is ureqaalled." Jfafiraf mU Anneal Juwi. Costs less than ONE CENT a Cup. Trade-Mark on Every Package. WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD.. Established 1 780. DORCHESTER, MASS. Score of fer-ons UrowneO. Lisbi n. Aog. . During the dcpirtar- cf Ir.CamHis Su lies, president of Hrazil, by the traus-Atiactlc liner Thames for America yesterday two steamers that were carrying friends to bid him fare well came Int collision, swamping tw.i small boats. It Is feared that ni fewer than twenty persons were drowned. Boeklen's Arnica Salve. The lest salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum. fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erui- tions. and positively cures piles or no pav required. It is ruarantced to ive perfect satisfaction or rmmcv re funded. Price 2a cents per bos. tor sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer. IVWitfs Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of anv salve in the world 11m fact and its nient has led din- honest tieople to atteniid to counter feit it. Look out for the man who attempts to deceive vou when vou call for DoWitt's Witch Ilazer ' Salve, the :reat pile cure. T. II. Thomas A. J. Kie.-s ami M. F. Ilahn.sen, drup !T'ts. Eczema, scald head, hives, itchi ne of the skin of anv sort instantlv relievetl. rermanentlv curel. Doan Ointment. At anv drug store. S;ld bv Marshall & Fisher. O BawitU BlfaaUn af BTOniA. Ila Eis4 Tw Han -mn BrU TAXTM-TO UiAN M(t.Y ON' 1)1 A v nDMHlH. WBtclies. iewelrv. harasarc. musical UK-runients. hicyciast. cloihuK. drv roods, fiirniiure. et. Ilietiest rash prices ?atd lor second hand tfiMMts of all kimis also, be at uive imods for sale at half the usual store prices A 11 hu-iue i ratisactmtts sit ictiv cnitidentlnl His new numlx-r and k":.leti. :i S-eoml s nuc IVm t foiL it. J. IV. Jones. Two lilufson UII. F FOR KFJT. )R RENT tTlFKlCK ROOM OVKft UAVID Uon s store. LXR RKXT-THRKK fiFFICE RfWIMg l over l ew Third avenue. )R KKNT I.ARiiK YW NT IfKlM. FI R tnsueti. at iijsaeeond avenue. j'OR RBXT-T11E STOItK ROf'M AT lMO s i nira avanua. Apply V. Uauber. 1jHR RENT-DKSK ROOM IS tinnY llros . offlce, Itoom 1 laitcbeli a Lyude uuuaiutf. IOR HUNT - A FPRXISIIKO Kit' IV" R X 'M suit alile for to een'.lemeii iiO mi :ai l wentictn street. tyH RKNT-ROt-RK. OK KIVK. POOMS A- In fMKl nlvr. to small familv. Inouirr i i iv i nirn avenue. FOR SAI.K. litffl stM. syro.tK in A NO Alt- A dres ui rare ot A Mors. If;M ts M.K-Tui,''li iil'M.ldNii jitT. siul.'.i left, near C. If la I. dc.t. a bargain, tl.hi' mt in t su n ii.at . i vtuai i a 1 liM-stist Ajiplv to John T. Mi4f..i4. r.M4ii ?. itni.inl i.1m.,. 1"! Sl.4-'INK-AeitK rftl'IT KAKM All l.inds of ft- .ii : imil liuiulmrs: tiesr l.ien A lisrrain foi s-mie wue It takes mmiu. OlrDlon A Ikifett'atl. ItiR SAI.K 4 lii-AP: , CAM! AKII 1 stnall mciimliiaiire tskesa very licit vn- ts;e am Cie bbilts Who trail I It utilckat liisi. criuer Uitrdoa 4 Ikis man. le"' 8AI.K A IsVafltK FARM IN Itia'K 1 I'Jo.n e.Kibty: cisttl corn aid tinsiute l....it. .11 ..!. . I.. ... ... . ' ii,i.iin.i,rriii iTa4o-. . i isiisscn. r rout aiHl ilipl-y sircci. Isictiirt. loan. LAOR PALF. 4TOAL 114 ANY QCANTITY oi m Dusiei or over at a; at per sun. Cn- Cl ll tO 111 llMtllf 111' flltf l ---- r.ersai C't)irreirk! teMe SArtM.i-i.iMMi u.m tslaaJ . r linos J anies, M ilaa. 1 , rai,i:- lir.P lITS IX MMM. tcr s adiiition.oid liawbidl vniund- 1i hits mill sold from (! unsard: snmll Ktuosiit ttiiw-n lialanet. n lotic tuns at t-r rent iteKlv lllos . room Mi'cheU i l.n.uc builditijc. IfOH SAI.K-A KK.AT OKTiriC C'AIIINrT A vttli aiiouttlOclirieietii taine. imiiikiiim t lllinr trial blanks or any aetmrlptioa of papers In flat form tt be kept In Hisne for striitnir. n tTuvprr-ariisive irniei eonneevca. Just lira thine for any oftliss with contracts. lc. .. La Bie. Address il KC.aare of Tas a aces THE TBVELF.RS' GUI HE. fBUAQn. P'K'K IsLAf I' fAClriO RAIL. y wsr-TVkits can fa tvirrosw or vrsra rh.red mt S 1 a f TvMillMk -: 4-.... C h I a f Cvpot, eon. or fifta inmir ana 1 alrty trst strsev, Praak H riunmet. AtaaC TRAINS. larr. I Vatr. fn vr L a tnd atfmsiia.... Pi Win h liitMslV.... H 'Cues DO Is. ls.sisii4 ! Moines pht.sL a alihuaiiolts omshs a lies Mot ki .... taahs El Ix-avsr. lomla AOnsl's.. immtis a" m tivif ItlllSllS A lb tivf Hork l-latid A Hara ss Ac... Htraoia Mitiresteit .... k tieer, t Worth a K C... Jlitnr- Py t Iej'h.. tH'xk laeancl Ws.biaua t'hicsro ! Holo-s. . . IlocA I.lstid A B-oollynA(- It Use, am f.:iS am :t :.M sm itt:(iKain 7:lsi Tt.Bia irwiami -:sni l iSism, ; 1-tKipni1 . a. ui ' t'ltitm! n mtmi IK ipa I -si . tn j:gi ptn a-Maia itnnpta : aa 1 I:Cipta sisi I pta 5 II am 1 1 K:C.pta Mi . niipm a an eat in so its ' ata 4 : ita 7: sta t Olasj Arrlra'. IVpartBre. tlHtlr. awpt Sanasy. All otlicrs dailr. lelepbona 1'ru BURU!JTOX aiim-O B a H HAJL-way-TV not first avattB ana aurtisata SU.at, M a roBf, AfetA. i)fl RKXT- ROOMS WITH IKARD IN very raaamrai kicailon. al modern raU-B. Inquire at The Aki.i-s office. VOK REXT-KKiHT-R(XIM HOrsE T'R A. nace beat, modem Improvements. Wl Twentieth street. Rent. Apply to Hayes a Ucsveiatid, Kengsuw block. 1XIR RENT EIGHT ROOM UOCRE. Thlrveenih Street and Keeund aveoa?. Kenttao Annlf in K 11 ii.fT,.Ml .i Jui.. Hurst's office. IV)R HKXT-RESIDF.XCK OF II RfJOMS. -M amr til Vil.ulaanlh aaahjl . a. mvenur. with ail uodern SiprovemcnXM. Ap- MlSCELIaXEOUS. I OST-AK OIJ COr.XTKY IIASKIT !F J ttrcen Kiencer wjuare and the viaduct rindcr please return to the Iruaond Joouicc and rereive reward. f.TRITE TO rULTOK a YEA (.LEY, Itenton. Tei . If yon ha aconuata, DMMn. IuWiti.!. i- T - - . . . . . desire aetiled or r-rmrmmiseat TRAPa I t bvb I sanrva at L, -tnai fl'ej e, t i 1 Uor V'it-. S Mnavioutt JCsis T:Kpa C'"r". ri''y, a,linoa Ihttaoae t.? :4b an :o m Poor a. t a vmr.. Bar ( lurtoti. D-nv.-r AWe.... I pas'tll srs t. Psaia Miauespnils .... 7 tuipae C:laai cterllr. C b toe Krimijvl ? fiu pat t :i iB Hi. L . taunt i y. lrieri a Pse Cos-t e'sl.le.b'r Tta , a DsUy. tOs'.ly Bicot Bnwlsy. Cniraoo. MiLaArisr.it a n PArxRsu-sr.v-risrma a llostliaeateni btvletua Iepot T wen' k-i h B'rrt, he'waj rtrsl ana asoMia avMusa. I. a Greer, Ajcrat. TWAINS Mali sal Express Pi Psal Elyrnis rrtlttit stil AnentDBtoasths vasva HI ami : pm Sl ST. Asmvs :1ptB It :sn .ai ' Dally except katiday. fOC sI.aD a PtOR A RAILWAY t IT t first AvetiBB ant Taantink sUawL aiockbosBo, (leu 1 Tat a rent. PR LEAVE KOi A TEIrM OF YKAP.S J or lor saie a eay tertns the su.ic. No. Sl r.iifl.teetub street bow occupied By Mr. Nevtn a Gansen. A. IVrn-dicl Harper hn-j-e ti- to w 1'iac WKiat ralap.y a coninn-SKm First elsss kalcscea and Barents for aiur l,ear mim,imI liuu. ... rimers' article. Men. at siirht in aJ svws. Wboleasle t,e at, ica m cents ,; rmu K ff to sell reia.i in eicrr b'xise A n.nt srtle ttsrful fr laaiie sud reailemea ttft day. For terms and our sump durea send 3 rents in stamps, for Ova dozes H; u doses It pole siren's wasted evert where G-jti-ens.K A Steraberr. inauaf srturers ! aoveltlea 13 Huawa blocat, Uiaaaaiipoiia, U-aa. TRAfBJit, Bjiribeld, (onclntiati. Pea- rta. vie I Pna. apritrifid, M Loali etc a AnawdaUna Fst Preieii pisaria. aprmffieitl, CluciB- asit. etc PsTtia aeraa f.r1i...... stimrara aosstrnxsistloa. Cabla AceotBonatioB fsi.esit as-ns'4 ttvrn tava jAaaiva .amJ 10:ao aai P" aai ir 1.4 pa." tl:T5 ai 7:lpto, I -rs saa fcttista! 4-tvi pa "BB a i a Tr!A is wBerrse 1rai teava Cll I P (dlaa BvcnoB c. pot Ct. & mtaetes irM ttsa tnws ra. Trains Si Ml a ..n, ouw Mu dally sxocm acaday. SuW-ribe for Till Akwis