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THURSDAY, AUG., 6. 1835. OalyDemoorsttc Daily in the Eleventh Cod greBBiotml District. J. W. POTTER . Kdttob awe Publishes. BOCK ISLAND DAILY Alt (JUS, ROCK ISLAND WEEKLY ARGCS. amcui ?afxss or toct blais cm ass coran Argue Block, - - Opp. Post Office. VBKBOTIOB BATHS I AILY 12 eents per week, or 50 tents per math, delivered by carriers to ny prt of me wk'KLY- 12,00 per yerpo8l?e paid. The President will go into the Adircra dicks immediately after the Grant funer al. Gentlemen who yearn for office know where the Adirondack are, we presume. Sir Charles Dilke settles with Craw ford for $125,000, and the settlement ens forces silence on the part of the British nress. But there is another woman yet to be heard from, and perhaps her hus band wants $125,000 too. The time will come when an English title will be looked upon as a badge of infamy. Mill Make 75,000 Men Idl. Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 6 A special from ML Carmel, Fa., says: Toe great coal combination of associated companies k pre paring to inaugurate" an entire tuspensioo of operations at the collieries in the anthra cite district controlled by them. About 75,000 miners and laborers will be deprive! of employment. The colliers, woo consider the movement unwarranted, ana unjust, are organizing a counter movement, which it is believed will caue prions trouble and an outbreak of toe Holly Maguires in tbi near tutor. The Hill Will Stop Grinding for Font Weeks. WASHniOTOW Crrr, Aug. 6. The presi dent's departure will take place on Friday afternoon, and for at least four weeks then will be a suspension of all business requiring his personal attention or action. There wUl be no cabinet meetings or confer ences during his absence, and be will neithei receive callers nor pay attention to man matter referring to appointments. It is un daretood that there will be at least, twe members of the cabinet in this city at al times. Close Call for a Kail way Horror. Taunton, Mass., Aug. & The Ftovidena train on the OU Colony road due at Taunton at 10 o'clock, ran into a freight tram on siding in the new freight yard Tuesday afternoon, smashed tot engine and tender, damaged several pas senger cars, and upset several loaaej freient cari. The train was coming into the depot at the rat of twenty -five milet an hour. The passengers were thrown ii all directions, and many had their head' and faces cut. A Woman Sent Vp for Twenty Years. Eaton, Ohio, Aug. 6. Mrs. Laura Eddin; has been sentenced to the penitentiary foi twenty years the full extent of the law. Mrs. Eddins broke down and wept con siderably upon bearing the sentence. Thii is the woman who was charged with poison ing her husband about two months ago. Base Ball Scores. Chicago, Aug. 6. League ba9e bat scores Wednesday were: At Philadelphia Philadelphia 0, Chicago 6; at Boston Boston 8, Detroit 1; at Providence Provi dence 4, St Louis S Base Ball oa Boiler. Binghamton, N. T., Aug. 6. -The Bing hamton and Rochester state league clubt played a game of base bail in a rink hen Tuesday night on rollers. The contest wai vary amusing and resulted S to 0 in favoi of the home club. SWIFTLY ONWARD. "SEN. GRANT'S REMAINS LIE IN STATE IN ALBANY For a Few Hours, and Then the Funeral Progress it Taken Up Again. Immense Throngs of People In New York's Capital On tbe Road to the Empire City inddea Death of a Han Who Wrote II! of the Dead. TOADYING TO ENGLISH VICX. It is believed that very few American?, whatever their social position here, have been received in England, by what are usually called the better classes there.with half the cordiality extended to the better classes when they happen to be among us. Very funDy stories are told of the chronic elevation of the eye glass peculiar to the British aristocracy when some good hearted American presented himself in the reasonable hope that some old hospi tality of his own might be returned in kind, the inference being that he was a crub if he happened to be rich and an impudent fellow if he happened to be poor, and that in any event he had no tight to claim acquaintance as a result of some chance American adventure of the titled personage immediately involved, But" the complaining person has no real right to complain. It is a pretty good principle that no man has a right to ao cept nospnauij "o i . .cvw, American Bar association will hold willing to return; but, on the other hand, lts ehth annual meeting at baratoga Aug. the education of the titled personage iW-21. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. teaches him that the individual without title must necessarily be a man without blood and unworthy of profound respect. The descendants of the various chamber lains and other obsequious waiters upon the kings and princes have a certain amount of toleration for the shopkeeper, farmer, and other men who earn their liv ing instead of inheriting it, but no man who thus earns is entitled to association with them except as a social or some worse kind of subordinate. A British aristocrat must be a burden upon the tax payers. He must be a ruler, not a con tributor to the everyday wealth of the country. He must devote himself, if at ,11, to politics. He must use his brains not so much to earn money as to spend it, or at least to keep himself from being overwhelmed by luxury or debt. . We have existed more than a hundred years as a nation, and day in and day out the changes have been rung upon the self-evident proposition that labor is dig- Djr(j, with the bead of a pheasant and aified and honorable. We are a nation wing and tail feathers of a grouse is the ahnn bopru'ra fiirmm mprlinn irs. and result Miss Tildmau, a Staten Island music teacher, makes ber professional rounds on a tricycle. It is said that W. D. Howell, the novel ist, has become embarrassed by the failure of Jamas Osgood s Co. bv the fire at Toronto Sunday night are estimated at $700,000, with insur ance at about one-third. Mrs Helen Hunt Jackson, the well- know authoress, is reported as lying at the point of death at San Francisco. The Nebraska Republican state central committee have fixed Oct 14 at the date tot holding the xtat convention at Lincoln. The visible supply of wheat, as reported bv the 5ew York produce exchange, te 3S, 407, W8 bmhels, and of com 4,708,304 bush- la Several cages of cholera are reported in the Paris hospitals, but the authorities and newnaDers refrain from mentioning the fact The Texas Trunk railway will be sold by the United S.ates niar.-hal, under lore- closure proceedings, the &ot Munday of The Chinese pheasants turned looie in Oregon some time since have interbred with the native grouse, and a new game the successful man who claims lout he is self-mude, having hewed out his own fortune and owing nothing of it to bas tardy or to the dishonor of his great- Remarkable ticape John Kuun, of Lafayette, Ind., had very nvrow escape from death . This is bis own storv: "One year ago 1 was in the last staiies of consumption. Our best grandmother, has a right to be proud. By physicians gave my case up. I finally got this time there ought to be an aristocracy so low that our doctor said i couia not .i. ri .rti..r, rnihr ti.nn thp live twenty four hours. My friend then . . . ,. , purchased a bottle of Dr. Vim. Hall's Bal Bnttsh aristocracy of idleness and pros P which ffie . titution; yet there are men among us-a C0Dtinued until I am now in perfect result to some extent to the monopolistic health, having U9ed no other medicine tendencies of the period who devote a larce portion of thtir valueless time and the suppositions contents of their vacu ous craninms to imitations of the English men who would snub them to death if they wre to appear on their soil or put foot within their sacred domiciles. We should tl ink that recent developments in English high life would put a stop to this and used a portion of it during a severe The number of passengers carried by all the railroads in ail parts of the world in 1864 is estimated at 2.400,000,010, or an average of 6,500,000 a day, For several years I have suffered great lv from periodical returns of Hay r ever At the susreestinn ot coven c; ntever, drumriats. I obtained Elv's Cream Bslm miserable humility; but, beyond and far better than that, it ought to create an aristocracy of worth which would shut its doors ancinst every titled person of England who could not show a clean rec ord and prove beyond question that he was guiltless of the vicee naturally attend ing the name he bears. attack. I can cheerfully testily as to the immediate aDd continued relief obtained hv its use. 1 beartilv recommend it those suffering from this or kindred com plaints. (Rev.) H. A. Smith, Clinton, Wis. Rev. M. I). Turner, who lately com- mited suicide in Georgia, was the original of the little boy to whom Uncle Remus talks in Joel Chandler Harris' stories. Dost want tliy teel b like ivory white, Thy lipc like ronen blooming. Thy breath perpetual delight. The common air perfuming? l'e SOZODONT, lor tDat will bring Health, beauty, fragrance, everything ' The standard Tooth Wash of the ace, is 80ZODONT. It has dis tanced competition. Discolored teeth are rendered white by its use. The breath de rives fracrance from its aroma. It pre vents and arrests dental decay. The gums become rosier and harder under its operation, ah us lnsrreuieuis are veget able and antiseptic. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay. Jobs of mannooa, xc, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHAKfci . This great remedy wa discovered by a missionary in South America. Rend a self addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Ism as, Station D. New Tork City There are said to be 12,000,000 acres of uncultivated hnd in the state of ew York, of which 5,000,000 are covered with forests. Albany, Aug. 8. The funeral train con veying Gen. Grant's remains arrived her at 8:45 p, m. Tuesday. The trip from Sara toga was made without incident of note, except that at every station on the route a crowd had gathered to watch the coming and going of the train, and get a glimpse of the casket containing the body oi tne oia commander. They were all silent and im pressed. Ballston, Round Lake, Mechanics ville, Cohoes, and West Troy, in turn gave forth their thousands. The men uncovered, women and children waving black-edged handkerchiefs. From the first movement of the train from Saratoga until it reached Alhnnv. no whittle was blown or bell sounded. Upon the arrival here arrangements bad been completed for the reception of the re mains. The streets were thronged with a dense mass of humanity, and the crowd was estimated as high as 25,000, Every place of vantage was held by a throng of ob-ervant and impressed people, who watched tne pro cession with silent but observing interest. On all sides the sombre black bunting bung in festoons and draperies, enveloping col umns and streaming rrom cornice, peui- ment and column. CoL Grant, Jesse, and U. 8. Grant, Jr., alighted firt from the funeral train. The Rev. Dr. ewman, Dr. uougias. ana uen. Sherman followed with Gen. Porter. The party was at once escorted to carriages and driven to the governor's mansion. The re mains were then placed in the mounted cat afalque. Six black hordes with black trappisgs were hitched to the funeral car, and at tie bead of each horse as lcalers were members of G. A. R. posts 5 and 12L Tbe remains having been de posited on the funeral-car, it was drawn out into Spencer street, where it was flanked by company A, Fifth artillery, and company Twelfth infantry. lirand Army men guarded the remains at post of honor, and four men of the Tenth battalion were mounted at each corner of tbe catafalque. Gen Hancock and staff filed out into Spencer street, wnere tbe general mounted a powerful black horse splendidly caparisoned. The organizations to take part in the procession assumed their aligned position as the bead moved on. There were 4. S 11 men in line, ins column moved to the capitol, where Gen. Hancock dismovnted and retired. The remains were depositated benaath the great catafalqu in tbe senate corridor. Bel ore being sc placed the bodv was conveys 1 to a private room in the capitol building, where the un dertakers and embalmers removed the lid ot the casket to inspect the body and learn it conditioa They said they found th re mains in excellent condition. The public were admitted about 5 o'clock and per mitted to walk two abreast on each side of tbe casket The TJ .a Grant post, ot Brook lvn. had 125 men waiting here, and a detail of six men on each side ol the ca-Kel Kept the throne moving. Tbe line kert moving through tne DU.ia- inz until lone after midnight and up t a. m. 40.000 neonie had Dashed throuzb. Late in the evening CoL Urant, Je iirani ana U. S. Grant Jr., accompanied by Governor Hill went into the building and viewed the remains, during which time the line was halted and the room cleaned. The crush of people who viewed the re mains of G-n. Grant Tuesday night for eirht hours was f a!ly squalid by the im mense concourse who were fcr-ned in li an dmarching through the capitol 1 ednes- day morning. The people began moving about 4 o clock a. m., and between ana o o'clock 3.10J neotue passed the ca-ket between 6 and 8 a. m., 4,800; 8 to 9 a. m. 4 800: the total at 9 being 60. SX). Between B and 10 a. m. 8,400 passed, msfcing tha tota! 69-300. Every hotel was Hied to its utmost limit Crowds of people, unable to obtain lodgings walked the street, sat on tbe curb stones and on the house-stoops. At 7 o'clock tbe Jackson corps were re turned to guard duty, and the Burges corps, of Albany, who had performed tim ilar duty at tbe funeral of Lincoln. Ex actlv at 10:30 tbe outer doors were close! in the face of a large crowd, and at lO :43 the Durnle lid was ulaced on tbe casket and 77.J00 ueopl bad viewed tbe remains in Albany. Tbe state senate and assembly met in joint committee at 10 o'clock a. m. in tbe assem bly chamber, and appointed nine members of the senate to accompany tne lunerai train to New York. Tbey will oe cupy the car of Governor Hiil, who offered its privileges for , their accommodation. Th remainder of state legislature will meet on Friday morn- mg at the Hoffman bouse, Iiew n ork. OK TO NEW TOF.K. Promptly at 11 o'clock the organizations that on Tuesday brought the body to th capital assemtled on the surrounding streets. The casket was borne to tbe funeral- car by the Thirteenth of the U. 8. Gran' cost At 11:30 the psgeant moved slowly down State strtet to Broad way, into Chamber streat, t- the Albany depot The crowd-lined street? of Tuesday afternoon were, if pos sible, more tightly packed with broiling humanity. The loud booming of tbe minute guns, the tolling of every church and fire bell in the city announced tbe departure of the heroic dead from the capital. They reached the station at 12:15 and precisely at 12:i2 tbe draped funeral train slowly moved out from the city. front a file of twenty policemen cleared the streets. Many houses, on Fifth ave nue notably Mr. A. T. Stewarts were handsomely draped in mourning. As the procession entered tsroadway the show of black became profuse and flags were everywhere seen at half mast. Tbe crowds down town were dense and the police had great difficulty in repressing them. When tbe right entered the park tbe left was still a mile away, yes only the military with few exceptions marched in this parade. Crape was on the hilt of the officers swords, on the drums, bugles, and everywhere. Tbe coffin rode easily, and when it passed do sound was heard behind it. A tile of policemen brought up the rear. When the procession arrived at the park it was after seven o'clock. The space on the plaza diiectly in front of the steps leading up was heavily draped. Gen. Hancock and staff moved into the pars, followed by the 23d regiment, ascended tbe steps and passed into the building beneath a canopy of black with which the ceiling of the hall was covered. He was met by Mayor Grace ana escorted to xne mayor's office. The twenty second regi ment was drawn up on either side of the entrance and a moment later a carriage containing the Grant party rolled up to the steps. After that came the funeral car as it paused in front of the portico and preparations were made for taking the coffin from the funeral ctr and a solemn dirge was played. A detachment of twelve men from the Brooklyn U. S. Grant post tenderly lifted the coffin, and bore it to its resting place in the city hall . There beneath, catafalque the men who bore the coffiin laid down their burden. Col. Fred Grant, U. S. Giant and Jesse Grant, dressed in black followed the body into the hall, then came te committee of one hundred representing the city of New ork and others. The body was men taken into the private room by tbe under takers and prepared for public view. Then at the request of Col. Grant, Lieut. Col. Floyd Clarkson placed upon Gen. Grant's breast a decoration of the Loyal Lecion of of Honor and Senior ice Commander Johnson fastened by its side a medal of the G. A. R. Mayor Grace, accompanied by two ladies, viewed tne body before the public were, acmut ed. The cuard of the U. S. Grant post stood about the coffin on either side and the Lesion Honor guard stood at the head. When the gates were opened ' lone line of people shut in by files of po licemen, passed into the portion and aftei viewing the remains, passed out Dy the reir door of the hall. Everything bad been so carefully arranged that there was no confusion and little crowding . There were all sorts of people in the line. Boys from the street, workmen from the shops business men and bankers, pale faced women irom tne tenements ami jauies from Murrav Hill went to make up the gathering. The hours seemed to pass uickly. but no diminution to the number was apparent, iney were some wno wept as they gazed on the face of the dead soldier, and there were old veterans of many battle fields of the rebellion who fought under Grant. Gen. Hancock de ivered the body to tbe city authorities irly in the eveaing. Hereafter the po- ice ol tne city are responsioie ior us keeping. It was decided after a confer ence in the mayor's office that the coffin should be kept open until 1 a. m., tomor row, Friday and Saturday. Ou the last named morning at the named hour the coffin will be closed. Crowds about the itv hall were pretty well thinned out by 11:30, but still the huts of people were passing the building continued unbroken. It is estimated that 34,000 persons passed through the corridors of the city hl and visited the remains between 9 p. m., and 1 a. m. lOl'iai bas ueeu copied ui l - papers of the north with the comment that its appearance is a discouraging sign of the times. A gentleman who reached here from North Carolina tells a curious story about tbe writer and. his tragic end. The ink upon the paper which con tained this article wa, scarcely dry, and the edition of the paper had not all been delivered at tbe postcfSce when the editor of the paper who wrote tbe article fell dead. Tnis editor was convicted as a Eu Klux and sentenced to ten years at the Albany penitentiary. Th evidence in hi trial showed he was th leader of tbe Ku Klux in his section and had been a-uiltv of atrociously maltreating Republican member of tbe legislature from his district who, as the result of whipping and other abuse was very badly crippled. The editor remained in the Albany peniten tiary four years when a petition for his par don, generally signed in his locality, was presented to President Grant by the very Republican for tbe abuse of whoa he was serving sentence, Th o resident granted the pardon. The man re turned to bis come, has teen in pontics since, cut has commitrea no conspicuous aci until be made the recent assault upon the memory of Gen. Grant which was so quickly followed by Lis own death. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The ereatest medical wonder of the world Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, can- The death of a few weeks ago of his last descendant has removed tbe dinicul " 1 ah n ao sr. ilftluirto .nm c tot tot rnw Tt 4Ka wot f.f traniT.ri up ntr th hmiM i uuw, vuiiwmmn.vu - r J " ! .1 uu4 tikn)a nnA m 11 olr tn own ritir.Tio tTHitrfilv vheiw ftrwthft niLHRt-ri mirth & laxfftt noruon I F e,- of his life and did much of his work. a lo nre 'n V"J reiuuueu. vcuw Ti lie ui uj The symptoms of thai most distressing Hartz Kahnwn compiamt, asthma, are mnicuity in An inch a day for thirtv eieht days is uromuiut, vi uu....v,., mhirh a Karnes countv. L). I .. ir to till tne lungs. Aitnougn a nervous farmer clajni8 one of Li8 fieldg of b(tr!eT auecuou, lb is aiao uircu uouuecbeu ititu The 'aval Forces. Washington City, Aug. 8 Rear Ad miral Jouett has issued orders respecting the programme and arrangement- for tht part to be taken by the naval forces in the Grant obsequies. The naval brigade at tbe funeral will consist of one battalion ol marines, one battalion or rinemen, anc one battalion of artillery, with the necessarj taff, pioneers, stretchermen, bands, etc. Commander Robeson will command tue naval brigade; Maj. Charles Heywood, the marine brigade; Lieut. William H. h-rory, the infantry battalion; Lieut Kimball, tbe artillery battalion and Naval Cadet Dutton, the pioneers. Tbe Marine band will bead the Marine battalion; tbe baud from Vermont will lead the blue jackete'and the fenne sea's band the artillery. Th llarine band and two companies of blue jackets and two of marines will form part of tbe escort from tbe depot Demonstration at Ticksbnrg. Vicksbcro, Miss., Aug. 6. Preparations are being made for au imposing demonstra tion on the occasion ot Gen. Grant's funeral Saturday. There will be a memorial serv ice, a procession, and orat.ous by J. R. Lynch, ex-Unitei States Senator Revels, x-Chief Justice Simrall, Mayor Magruder, and others. The governor and stall will tak part, and the military display will in. elude infantry and artillery. Promise To Be Memorable. Little Rock, Art, Aug. 6. Acting Mavor Kirst has issued a proclamation, re questing a peneral suspen-ion of business Aug. b. Ti e ex-Confederates met Tuesday night and adopted resolutions eciogistic of Gen. Grant. Speeches were made by trcv- ernor Hughes, John G. Fletcher, Gen. Rob ert Newton, and others. Tbe ceremonies here on the S'h promise to ba memorable. WASTING THEIR T,M. NOTICE Don't be deceived by false rep resentations that our celebrated Furnaces are sold by anyone else but J0NH T. N0FTSKER, all our goods formerly sold by Swiler & Spencer, and Swiler & Bro., are now sold exclusive ly by JOHN T. N0FTSKEB. Repairs for all goods of our manufacture, found at JOHN T. NOFTSKER'S. Call and exainme our latest im proved Furnaces! We ask inspection of goods be fore purchasing. New improve' ments, New Goods, largest va riety in the market. RICHARDSON & BOYKTON CO. 84 Lake St., Chicago, 234 Water St., New York E3fSame address for twenty years. may 2G-dtaw-t&t RAILROAD TBI E TABLE? f" CHICAGO. KOCK ISLAND & Prip. Tun Tbli Jrm 1, im. .. 8-Ws.m. .. 8:80 a.m. ..10:15 a.m. .. 9:55 p.m. ..11:15 p. m. KiyrtsF and Mail,. oroirg Sxprees, sy prees iKbt tr press Limited Express to iiu raoa KiKsit cirr, lSj- Eiprcse 6:20 a. m. lgm ijpref 7:0U p.m. TO AND BO COCKCIL BLtTTTS ' Wii.r-r-ii, 7 Win m Limited Kxpress 5 15 a. m. to sd peom enmrsoT. Albert Lea Express 5:40 p.m. TO ARI) rtoa DES Mt'lMs. Express 8 3'J t. m. Depct, Moline Avtcne. . KIMBALL. E General Sup't. PREPARATIONS AT NW YDR. actual chances in the lungs themselves. Tne oppression in breathing is sometimes affected by very slight cause, such a changes in the weather, anxiety, fatigue, errors in diet, etc. The affection as a rule ' it more apt to occur in middle age, and anen are more liable to it than women. Miehier's Herb Bitten has an ztra good record in relieving asthmatic patients. Have utted TouguUiie extensively; am so much pleased with its effects, both from personal nse and in general prac tice, that I find it quite indispensable. J. ' W. Smith, M. D., Wellington, Ohio. It is said the culture of pineapples in Florida will soon be of more importance than tbe culture of oranges. pje tumors, rupture and fiistulie, rudically cured by improved meth oda. Book, ten cents in stumps. World's Dispensary Medical association, Buffalo, N.T. grew. HOBSHIBD'S tIB PBOM-MlTB For Hervonsnets. Indigssiion, fee ' Send to the Rutcford Chemical Works, Providence, R. 1., for pamphlet. Mailed free. - A Methodist conference in Georgia baa forbidden chnreh members in its jurisdic tion to attend base ball matches. Many a man who had lost nerve, vigor and energy, has been cured by Hunt's Remedy. Velocipedes of every kind have been expelled from the streets of Berlin by an ordinance ot the police, the legality of which has been npbeld by the Prussian court of common pleas, to which s'jnie owners of bicycles and tricycles appealed. If you feel nervous as to your kidneys, li ver, or urinary organs, use Hunt's Remedy. Notes by the War. HrDso, Y., Aug. 6. -When the funeral train drew out from the depot at Albany there were fully 3,090 people assem bled on the platform to witness its depart urex Tbe men uncovered an! stood in si lent reverence until the train passed from sight Two hundred members of tbe Jack s,n corps were drawn np iu line al- n tie edge of tbe Dlatform and presented arms, while tbe band plaved a deal march. Along tbe line ol tae road Irom Aioany to this place were assembled crowds oi people. attracted by a desire to see the funeral pass. Hundreds of them PLACED PENNIES ON THI TRACK, so that tbe train might pass over them and turn them into mementoes of tbe mournful occasion. W bile tbo remains were ly ing in state at tbe capitol, tbe 1U0 New Tork citizens ap pointed by the mavor to accompany the re mains to New York, viewed tbe b jdy and subsequently walked in tbe funeral proces- aioa Tbe committee was led by ex-Gov ernor Cornell and ex-Mayor Cooper, of Hew York. The senate com mittee which ao company the mains consist of President McCer tbjr at that body, and Senators Qibba, Otis, Baker. Owen, TU, Murphy, Camp bell. Thacber and Daly; a committee fifteen assemblymen also accompany ing tin remain . At East Albany, Caaletou anc Kcboiock larce crowds were as-mbled. A tbe last named place tbe train was Gv ninuts late. New Yoke, Aug. C Tbe funeral train arrived at Jew lork at 5 p, m.. receiving receptions at tbe different towns aion' the Tine. THE PROCESSION. After a wail of hnlf an hour, the pro (etsion started ahead of the cortege doo Fifth aveEue. When the order to move ws (riven the stalwart figure of Gen. Hancock could be teen in the lead. Iu 1 robable Sire of the Funeral Processior Interesting Final Notes. Sew Yokk, Aug. 6. So fi;r as aa U judged from reports alrealy receive i a ieht-o0VJ troops will tr.ke part in tL( fu:ierai procession Saturday. Ti.3e w.i, in elude 1 ut0 regulars, IO.OjO -tate miiitit f'.O.i'J Pennsylvania militia, 3,000 Kaw Jersey niitia, 1,U00 Connecticut militia, 1 0 m litis from o her tate., and pro'oabiy o, O'Xi men frt-in independent military : :gani Ka'.iuu... Tbe civic part of tbe ptocs-sioi wil! num'ner about tba fame. It will .! partly made up of abou" lii.000 G. A R members, 6 000 Mexican anl civil war vete rans and several thousand members of va rious civic societies. LIEUT. GEN. SHERIDAN arrived at tbe Fifth A venae botel Tuesday night This hotel has ro ms engased oi Saturday for tbe Grant family, Fresi dent Cleveland, Vice President Hendricks tbe cabinet, committees of tbe sen ate and house, ex-Preiidnt Haye? and Arthur, a committee of the tate lejislature, Gen. Hancaci anl staff, Com mander in Cbief Burdette of the G. A R. tbe srovernor- of Cjlorado, New Jersey, Con nectirut, Iowa, Illinois, and several othel states. Gov. Hill and staff will be at th( H ffman. TBEAsrnr. focnd on the site of thi TOMB. New York, Aug. 6. While digging at the Grant t mb Monday, William McGiv- eney a laborer, found ai-out Eve feet below tbe surface a Spanish piece of silver w rtt about 25 cents and several George lil shil lings. Tbe Spanish piece is well pre erved. It bears date of 1772 anl tbe profile ol Carolus III is distinct. McGiveney was at once onered i" tor the coins oy a oy. stander, but preferred to keep them. THE DECORATIONS of tbe postofB( w?re completed Wednesday afternoon. Over the portico of the mait entrance facing tbe square made by Park Kow and Eroaiway, appeal's tbe lines ir white on a black background: ' MagManl mot's in victory; steadfast in adversity faithful always. THE GRANT FAMILY. On tbe expr?s train which arrived her ir,)m Saratoga Tue day evening were Mrs. Fr-d Grant. Ler tw , children, and ber maid, lira U. S. Grant, Jr., Mrs. Jesse R. Grant, Vlr-. Satoris. J. A. J. Creswell, and Mrs. CresweU, Mr. end Mrs. Potter Palmer, and Mr. W. J. Arkeli Three carriages were waiting a:;d tbe parry drove to tbe Fif'.t aveuu.' be tej, and went to tlieir rooms at nose. Mrs. P;JmeraTi Col Grant's wife are sliieri Tae party ieft Mt McGregor to. et'f at 3 Vo k. anl tbeir parlor-car went fftrfiuzu fr ai Suratoja. A5 tbs F.lth Ave. iiu- tote; tie Grant party occupy tb Twenty -fjurta street side of tbe parln Ej t. Tbe ladies will keep thair rooms u:!ti; si.e furterai is over. Tue men will alteno t.itf cerem' ine- on Saturday. Mra Gram whs n tin tue party, but it is vniertyyi i(,at he ba." fiDnliy decided to come. Later. A telezrun fr m Mt M;G.-Jg c -ay-: Mrs. Great still renr.ins here and d- es not expect to go to New York. With her are ber friends Mn. Newman, Mrs. Dent. Mr-, t&arp, and Mr--. C -rbm. Hei family will join her on Monday next. "Bollock Barons" Find an Obstinate Man at Washington Sheridan's Keport. Washington Dtv, Aug. . The cattle man called on President Cleveland Tuesday afternoon, were introduced by Senator Coikrell. and presented tbeir tide of the ca-e in the stroncet pce-ible manner. They asserted that it would be impossible to re move the cattle from tbe reservations in tbe nrescribed time without entailing immense loss, and a.-ked an extension. Tbe president listAiied natientlv. and then informed the deiecatiou in positive term that no modi fkatkm of the order of removal was possible. Taev tbemseives admitted, be said, that tbe groend was occupied ill cV'y. an-! ir tlie interest of tbe tethers on lie frouLer and ol peace iLey oasi co as directed. Twelve precious days, be continue 1, bad already been wasted, but taere is not limit to energy and ingenuity, and both mut now bs uel Tne -barons' made no reply, aul departed in a very de jected manner, some of them at once tele graphing to tbeir men to begin tbe round ur. wb.le otLers linmeiiaseiy. siarieu wes to take personal supervision of tbeir inter ests in the ereat drive. Gtn. Sberidan's report on tbe matter has been made public. He Uecl.res tbat whether reasonable or unreasonable, the In dians will not be quiet while the cattle re mains on their territory, aud tba first step in securinz peace is the removal of tbe caus of trouble. Tbe Arapahoe and Cheyenne be fays will make slow (.repress toward civiLzition, as tbey are meat-eaters and have never tilled tbe soib He says there are many white people in tbe res6rva t.on, who have no business there and should be removed, and recommends tbe removal of the present agents and he appointment of men m wbom the Indians win have faith. Frightful Case Of a Colored Man. I contracted fearful cafe of blood poison in 1K8S. I was treated by some of tie otst pnyM cians in Atlanta. Tbey used the old remedies of Mercurv and rotafb. wckb uroug,.t on rnturoa- tism and impaired my digestive organs. Every mint in was swollen and full of nam 1 in a norribie condition, wneni nau iwcu up to die, my physicians who had eeen the work- ti its ft, hp TTnnir,Ti in OTDer ences. iuoukui u would be a solendid time to test the virtues of sifta Kiriflr When I commenced taking S. s the nhvsicians said 1 could not live two weeks imflc, ine nramm treaimem. nv wimurmtut give me the mcaicme stnciiy accoruiuK io uucv lions, wnicn i coniinueu ior ,c,cio, uivumc. took nothing el e. and commenced to improve from the first. Occasionally I woold have a nac-K-eet from imprnde ce. soon the rheumatism left ,. mv anoeiite herame all rient. and the Dicers, whu-h theiiortor sRid were the most frightful be had ever seen, began to heal, and by the first of October. It-M. 1 was a wen mauatoiu. i mj itninvriviv ihfln I ever was Derore. ana weign more. 1 have not failed to report for duty since that time, being engaged in the oil warehon-e of (,'hess -tarley Com! any. 1 nave oeenana sun Hr.ir.r, ,,m nf the hardest work any man ever did and s,n .f.w t Answer unv Question that may be asked concerning this case. Swift's Specific has saved me from an early grave. Atlanta. Ga.. April If. le5. T em Vp' lei don his been in ihe employ of th rheufhar'ev t'omnanv for some years, and I know 'he atr ve statement to ne true. At me urae he uecan tskine Swift's Specific he was in a horn hv munition, and at mv solicitation his treatment HCith S. s. S. was undertaken bv a nhveician ii several others had declared nis case w oe nope -lv iiifnrt,t;e. He took noth .n " nut . 5 and has been as sound as a new nollar for month: 1 recard his cure almcst miracr.lo-as. W. B. CKOMSY. Manager. Cbe's-Carley Co.. AiiiLta liivisor. Atlanta. Ga., April ldlS;. to icd rnoM cmcieo. Ltavt '-It a J 6 Uj Pa. 50:10 p. '.. ST. JOHN, Snn't. Gen. Ticket p... ... J. F. COOK, Agent. K k hlaiili ' ' CHICAGO, Bl KLLXGT05 A iCln, St. lionis Hspres" ( w t. . sterling Pascenger . Sterling ACCommodalion.il Ml a. . St. bonis Fast Ex 8:30 r. . Denver A Kan. City Ex.. . 4 UUr. a. RK1V 5'... .:., 3 5 r- i W:. : H. D. MACK, Afm HICAG0, MILWAUKEE & ST. Pah, BOCK ISLAND TRAIKS. Leaves 8:15 a m ' 11:15 pm "t Accom. 9 :00 pm r i. Ateuin ,.n m ; yr. Fly'gDutchn6:45am si.t!. E. 1). vf. HOLMES, Aget: ROCK ISLAM) & PEORIA RAILWir, (SB OBTEST ROCTB TO THI IAST A!SD Tl,n LEAVE. 'tst Express 8:4S a. m. Hiil and Ei 1 :ifi r. m. cccmmouaticn T;15 p. a. vay freigbt 6:0fia. a. Depot iweatietn street. hh:vi 1 1 r , :r 0CK ISLAND t MERCER CO, Wr.il Accommodation,. LEA VI 9::0 a. a. AKEITI 3 -ISr, 8ii THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE RAILWAY COMPACT. It owns and operates nearly 5.0o0 mile? of oughly equipped road in Iiiibois, W:scohs:l. lm jBinneeoia and iaaota. It is the Short Line and Best Route be- tweeD all principal pomts in the Mii west and Far West. For msps, time tables, rates of pa;ftre iti freight, etc.. apply lo the nearest staiioL am of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Kai:ai(,. to any railroad agent anjwnere in the ln;- States or Canada. R. MILLER, General Manager, J. F. TUCKER. Ass't 'icn'i MiitiiSer. . V. H. CAP.PENTEK. Gen. Pass. 4Tk:if GEO. H. HEAFFORTj! Ass't Gtn. Ps-s. An Milwaukee, Wisconsin. IFor notices in reference to Special Fit:! sious. changes of lime, and other it n.s nf ir.tr' in connection with the (. hicago, Sli'wa-ktc t ? Paul Kailway. please refer to the lecal ccltsttf this L-ftper. Caution. Coi snmers should not confute our Spec'fic with the numerous imitations, substltafc s. potash and Mercury mixtures, which are gotten up to seil.not on their own merit, but on tbe merit of onr remedv. An imiiuiion is always a fraud and a cheat, 'and they thiive only as tbey can steal from tbe art. cle imitated. For sale by all drnsgists. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 8, Atlanta. Ga. 177 W. "d St.. X. T. ACHESIl PAINS! iQHiiyni SHORTEST KorTI TO TBE EAST AND SOUTH Winners on the Tnrf. Sew York, Aug. 6. Tbe Brighton Ech races Wednesday resulted as follows: First race, mile: Capt. Flaherty first, Eros second. Kiddle thirl; time. 1:19!, Second race, mile; Juliet fir-.t, Lulu second,' Cl'nse third; time, 1:1!X Third race, Yyi mile; Charley Lucas trst, D- nail A. second, Marie th rd; time, 2:01. Fouth race, mlbi; Kitttno first, Pe Pry... r second. Boh May third: time, 1:34. Fifth rac, V miies; Tatter first, Kansas second, Barney Aaron tbrrd: time, Saratoga. N. Y., Aug. C Tuere was a large attendance at the races Wednesday. FiTt race, mile; Mona won, tutor sec ond, Be.-se third; t;me. I:i7. bee- oni race, 1 miles; c laute won. Tillie Dc secoud, Pegasus third; time, 3:00. ihird race, 1 tnue and w yards; Strathspey won. Decoy Duck second, Emma Manlev third; time, 1:491. Fourth race, H mile; Rock and Fve won, Mamie Huat second. Biuestone third; time, 1:04 Fifth race, hurdle race, 4 miles; Tarquin won, Glenarm second, Mystic third; time, 8:56. . John G. Thompson Gets a Place. Washington Crrv, Aug. 6. John G. Thompson, of Obio, has been appointed as special agent of tbe land office to investigate fraudulent land entries lnltbe northwest. Tbe following postmasters were appointed late Tuesday, but were not made public un til Wednesday morning: 8. A McCarfy, at Weston, McLean county, Ills : W. C Rodman, at New Burnside, Johnson, county Ilia; William A Tithian, at Tit bian, Vermil lion county. Ilia; Patrick L. .aven, at Ivesdale, Champaign county, Ills. Other appointments were as follows: William V. Jones, of Kansas to be United States Marshal . for the district of Kansas: Postmasters Walker H. Daw ley, at Antigo, Wis., and Fayette Johnson, at Ludington, Micb. Beckford Mackey, to be United States consul at Laredo, Mexico. A CoDfreesmaa Fined. Cincinnati, Aug. . Ex-Congressman J. T. McKinney was fined 1100 and costa in th United Slates court Wednesday morning tor charging excessive peiafon fees "I ache all ever!" What a common ex press or; encihew much it rrtearts ternary a poor sufferer ! These acties have a ctute. and m.ore frequently tharjisgener a "u suspected, the cause is trie Liver cr rvsneijS. No disease is more painful cr se: ousthari ttese, arjd no renrjedy is so crc-mct ad effective as Trains leave Rock ls'.ata I.0C1 a. m. Way Freight. 5.45 " Fast Express. 5.5W ' Tnro-gh Freight SLd AcCPrtojsVK t llfl.UB Bill,, Al ilVLK 4tr.auu . i.?0 a. m. Thrcrgh Freight and Accomnci! :2.45 p. m. Mail aud Kxp'rees. 5.10 " Fast Express. i . " 'Wav FreiBht. The Fast Express, leaving Rock is'.atd : 1 j i. m. arrives at Peoria 12.J0 p. m., at nr:t;:x I p. m., a: iJecainr s.wp. m., jacKsonii.c p. m., Alton 7.S p. m., St Louis 6. IS p. m.. s: Terre Haute 11.55 p. m.. The Sake Dav. Mt.i: his the Best ai.d vcicuer route :o eii pwc -on'heast. The 1.30 p.m. train makes close corteKioi! j laivawitbC. B. & for points west: arr.vitu Saiesburg at t.-li p. m.. at Burlington 6.- n- Seokuk lO.iS x. m.. and at Ouir.cv liuS v m- Arririr g at Peoria at6.au p. m., mas-t:? c 1 wniiections with the I. B. 4 W. and T. P. . I ttr Jnutararoiis. connecting there w:.D for th. ffl.t am sonth. r PAST TIME SURE COSSECTI0'S. tie us. low at- by ar.y otbtr route. (jen'i Supt. Ceti'l Tkt. A? Th- 6 ?0 p. tc. Accominodatioo t -we - ISHLER'S uet beer a scove'ec' ve in all KIDNEY AD o remcoy r,js .r-nt is so effecti LIVER COMPLAINTS, MALARIA, DYSPEP- S.A, etc., ar.d uet it is s;trp;e erd rarm, e:$. c:eiC2 ar;d rr.ed'Cal skill have combined vnth wonderful success tr;cse terbs vh cr nature as prov;ded for th.e cure of disease. It strenoti:ers ar,d in v corates th,e whe'a sustem. Hen. Tbaddtus Stevens, the ditits;shed Ccn lessnian, oncv wrote to a fellow mem her who wta tufTennr Irom indiittwtion and kidney disease: " Try Mishlei's Herh Bitteit, I believe it will cuie yen. I have -jsed it for both Indigestion and afico tion of the kidueys, aud it is the most wordeif .', combination of n,edic.ual herbs I ever saw. MISHLEB HEHB EITTEES CO., 525 Commerce St., Philadelphia. Parker's Pleassat Worm Syrup Herer Fails WAS IT A JU33MNTf Sadden Death of the Only Southern Editor Who Reviled the Dead. Few York, Aug. A special dispatch to Tne Evening Fostfrom Wasnineton con tains the following: There has been bat one newspaper in tbe south so far as be been observed here which has spokes IU of Gen. Grant sinos his death, and has taken occasion of that event to attempt to revive war memories, using his grave for a rifle pit. That paper was published at Kaleigh, N. a The edi- HAGAN'S Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her fresh ness to it, who would rather not tell, and can't tell HARRIS'S A Radical Cure fori JJXRVOTJS DEBILITY. S no Weakaess. 2 PHYSICAL c DECAY, In Young ft w, Id tile i njraivBn, Trsrso rcR oveftSiy Years bv use in mai.y TKOUSAN1CASE3. ft Tftrat On Month, - 93 00d TWO ldODUlS. fi.col The Line selected by the U.S. Ccv' to carry the Fast Man NERVOUS DtBIUTY DaciaJAl: numeroui utwca red imam, bul- sirir.ti- tijt from jouthfu! inrlirtrtion. ovtr braia work. Avoid ue ucposoiOB 01 frnrn !:cj ru&eolft fur tht-M trviit'et. G. ovr Frt Circular trd Trial Pick tipcanrl lurn imporu4 ffcctf before tekiiut tret, rtr?rt cisrwhtre. Take SIFT Rr UKIrT thai IIAft Ct iti-U thct.Mr.ela, Cam n ji nttmrewita ax:to 1101 to t'UMr.cta, or ctu :-tiii or ittrotiTenience in t, way. Fcunticd on t f nrfJ: t ivinri r'ta- By ciiett trj. l:caiK n to mt 9ft oi dacuc itf Tic: lnntieDce ta u. z- i.r.xi totthe hu. !rjta rafiwm ia it atorvd, I'be arimauu elcuvrta iiie, v.i.ich na bera " werted arrplvtti tckjaLd Ifulaiid rap;dypa,iratclh trli tuid acxuai Ticoc HARRIS REMEDY CO.. V'FCCHEMitTl 806H . Tenth St. ST. LOOTB. MOl D DTURED PERSONS! Not a Truss, f W W Aek f'irtensc.f cur ArpIiaBCL1. WB GIVW E.X:i!l BIAll, ap)--dwly The Only Thrcuel Vne. wirti r!i em tiicn, ",f . diiir AMD DENVER K'fc Citw It TiavatMa all ot tn t t G't"1 ILUKOIS, IOWA, MlSSOySIJ NEBRASKA, KANSAS, CULU'; W,th titnch I " 10 tlr i-Dc.-li't ''r", H rum . I'ry m rre ynrl',-i cue toi-'M' ej-ppii tr.rotgh Iitirl cvef .own ffaen Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omaha, tt Chicago and Council Blu Chicago and St. Joseph Chicago and Atchiso Chicago and Kansas City, Chicago and Topeka, , Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago and SiouC Peoria and council Hiun, Peoria and Kansas City, Peoria and St. Louis, St. Louis and Omaha, St. Louis and St. r St. Louis and Rock Island, ftt. Lnuia and Chicago. Kansas City nd Denver, Kansas City and St. r Kansas city ana unin, s Kansas City and BurllnPl Dittcl CofvMchon rntit ten t' j- . , wnh Trirowgri Tr.,t ro nd horn pemtt At Mek el to r.l IWhi vLa cofuoctt if, Gf.'.d Unw, 0 " T"',TnA C. P. SWAXS03, Contractor and Builder, No. 2121 4th Ave., Bsldeace, No. 23U8 Seventh Aft see, ROCK ISLAM), ILLINOIS. It ii th Principal Lino to , (,, :an Francisco, Portlaod and City g FofTidwn. f1f, Gonorol Inlormil "".", tk Bufimro" Routo. call on wi let" Ura'.ra sutel ot l-AnAOA of ' i I HENRY B. STONt, PaCEVAllOV CHICAGO. BAKERY! 11 NEW Confectionery No. 1109 Third Ave., , WD. Btl"1" . . ISr-Bread deliver(J;to ony p" ang-1-dly olOi"iy