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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1886.
JOHN W POTTER. FBIDAT. Jcxy 18, 1886. KOCK ISLAND, JULY 16, 1886. CAlili VOH lKMO-K.VTI- I KTATE t'OWFATIO.V At Npi-lna-fleid, Illinois, (. fl, lWtfl. Hdi'atsiw DrmniATic Stati ) Central Committee, Sfkinopiilo, HI., June 10. ltfWt. I The democrats of nil the conntiet In the state of Illinois are requested to send rfelcfttrn to the state, democratic cooventton, which will be held at Springfield, on Thnrtdav. Angnit 26, 1886, at H o'clock noon, for the purpose of nmnlnVin:: one candidate for Slate Treasurer, one caiulul.-ite fnrHtaM NuperinNindent of Pnhlic lnetrnrtion. nd to transact such other bnelncra an may tie prper for it cmfiileration. The several counties in the mate are entitled to one deleave lor everr 4011 votes cast for Cleveland and Hendricks. In 1I. and onedleite for every fraction thereof ol votes and over, as follows: O I e co i' an is. Votea - coi'irmi. Vtitcsj 2. Adams B701 17 Lee Kin Alexander. 1W 4 Lirlmrstan.. 34W !l Bond t.fl 3 l.ofiii SWi-J 7 Boone 41.1 1 Macon SM'I !l Hrown ltttlt 4 Maconoin... 4 14 11 Bureau 2751 7 Madison.... MSI l.'i Calhoun.... llVT t MaMon S! ri ! T Csrrt.M 1IJ4 8, Marshall.... Iiwn 4 Cass..r. .... !! 5; Mason' "Jnlli t. Chamnaiini Sunn 1 1 Massac 7!" S Christian.... .H'fl Hi Melhinnngh. MWI 8 Clara ttM McHenry... 1 & Clav MM 4i Mel.ein NWill 11 t'lititou -'41" ti: Menard l'7'.t 4 Coles Jftl4 Meis'er Ircil 4 Cis.k fHHiSI IV! I Monroe 1M.II fi crawfoni... I,-: 5; Moniitomer) a Cnmhvrland 17M1 I Mc.rpin al It lleKalh.,... 174 4 Moiihrie... ttlr.' 4 TVWitt I'.Wl Biilhrle ;! li Dniit'las .. IT04 4 I P"ona 117:17,17 Ittifae l''WI 4 I Perry llsit 4 Kikar .... HI'r. S ; I'ialt 17sT 4 Kdwirds ... 4H I'ike :t7 1 10 Kfflinlhm .. awn 7 Po' - K:ivelle J7 7 Pulaski 711 s Kord KM) 3 ' Piiiniiin rv.'.'i 1 Franklin.... 1791 4 1 Hawlolph. .. 21174 7 Kultou 4W.I l'i : Ktrblaud ... HITS 4 tlHllal n 1X3 4 ' Koek Island r,5 7 llreene H.lITi M Sstiine tt,:il 4 lirundv... . IvMrt 11 Sangamon , . iiHl i 17 Hamilton... I'.VKl 1 ' Schuyler.... I'M ! Hancock... SKTV 10 1 Srott 1:B1 a Hardin Tlti 1 Sheltiv SuTa !' tleiiderstm.. Ht2 9 ; stark. 7HI a Henrv 207H 6 I Si. Clair li'llll 17 Iroqiiis 3077 Sj stephmnon. :l-"i7 8 .lackson .... OKI 6 Taa well . SW H Ja-oe' -tt fi Cmon 2an t lettcraon... Br3 Hi Vermillion.. 4111 1" Jersey .. Mill S Wahisli I3V1 3 Jo Daviess.. SI77 h 1 Warren 04 fi .loltnsou.... rVlJ S, Wa.liiUfjton. ISsi r. Kane 8V 1 : Wavne 24;it ti Ksnkakee... PM7 S ; White.- '.".) 7 Kendall TS" 3 1 Whiteside . . 'A'7. t. Knoi ilS'l tii: Will 47M 12 Lake 1t;2ii 4 'i Williamson. V fi l.asslle. .. 7I2A IS 1 Winnetmjro. 17IM 4 Lawrence. .. IM'.i 4 j Woodford . 21(H) 13 Total ' ! 7X0 8y order of the State Democratic Central Com mittee. Alfked ORENnOKFr. W. J. Mi.tb, Sectetarv. i'hairnian. The Forest and Stream Puhlishtns; Co., New York, announce "Our A'"" Alankn," by Charles Hiillocfc. The volume is the (ruit of Mr. Htillock's iiersonal investie;H tiona in that territory, ami ttike it sun guine view of Alaska's cambilitics antl future. A COKRK-lPf..NDENT (if tllC St. Llllli, Kepnb'iran says I lint Nick Worthinfjion is s'llitl in the Peoria tlistriet, and will re ceive the entire primary vote of the dis trict. Mr. Worthinp;tou lias been a care ful, hard-working member of congress, ami deserves well of his constituent. On las' Valentine's day Oeors'e Mo Clure, of JeSersouvillc, Ky., received a comic valentine that made him angry. He accused pretty etijhteenvyear-old MtkHfarel Butts of Rending it. Slie de nied It. Goorire ilidn'l helieve her, and after a lime sent a messenger t tell her thai ti is mother wanted to see her. The unsuspecting girl went to the house, where George and his brother William were waiting. They locked the door and said she couldn't go home until she con fessed to having seut the valentine. She screamed, begged, wept, and ul l;e-l said she sent it. Then they let lit r go. Now Margaret's father is suing Hit; young men for $"),IMKI damages to her wounded feel Undeh tbe ..calling "All Toeihrr" the Chirao Herald expresses our views on the methntl of tariff reform precisely. It pay: "Injustice to llic v;iriHM in terests li "W Hl:ii,"Tiii uloni; uriiler (lie tariff, iifl Well as to the reut mass of citizens at whose pockets all tuilTs are aimeii, future movements upuut inon opoly taxation should he m. nit; all along the line. It is useless to expect the ring's to throw any of their allies overboard. They will not do it. To threaten one is to threaten all. The whole scheme has been built up on tbe log rolling principle. The compact is for life. They have stood together and they must fall together. In thut way only will they, as well as the rct of tbe people, be able perceive at a yhitice the benefits which the change will bring about." According to our view of the case, Mr. Morrison's bill of two years ago was in many respects much preferable to the one that has just been shelved. Any bill to be satisfactory must not only pio vide for an immediate reduction, but also provide for a steady' continuation of reduction, until a purely revenue basis b reached. Then every man will know pre cisely what he has to expect and can ar range his business accordingly. The lu hi M' lipliy of the Ictd. There are some Itarbaric customs which cling to us, and bid fair to do so for genera tioiw yet to come. This public display of tht dead seams to me only a survival of burbar isin. I speak only of the general ordei of conducting tlie service of the dead. T robe the bmajitless clay as for a festival, U onenly display the changed and shrunken fare; to invite the indifferent gaze of stran gers; to bear in a showy hearse the coffin and it freight of dust through the hubbub of street at, nooudny. From all this my mind revolt. Vv hen I the, wrap me m some downy robe that shall fold me close, and bury me at sunns-) or at set of day, 1 care not which, so there be no curious glance to criticise my helpless clay. "Amitcr" in Chicago Journal A Young Performer on the Ktasre. The youngest performer in the London theatres is tbe mtant that takes mrt in the baby song in the last act of "My Sweetheart. It is It months old, and is tbe fourteenth child of a gunmaker of Edinburg. It is put to bod every afternoon nt 4 o'clock and brought to theatre at 0, and is in bed agaiij half an hour later, earning in tliis duty, it il aid, more than it mtiier. Chicago Journal .The Benefits of Weekly Siiyments Weekly payments have become quite gen eral in western Massachusetts, and on tlw whole the change baa proved beneficial, al though its results has not been as sweeping or immediate as its advocates anticipated. In some few instances the factory operative! still continue the old credit system in spite ol the fact that they are now ab'e to pay cash acta week. ('HwMro Joans Scrofula diseases manifest themselves in tbe warm weather. Hood's Sarsaparilla cleanses the blood, arjtf removes every L taint of scrofula, PASSED BY THE HOUSE. MORRISON'S RESOLUTION FOR DIS BURSING THE 8URPLUS. Witty Dabat Ortr the Measure Th KrtlT Vote Another Joint Ketotu ttom RporU of the Committee on the Pejrne Elect loo The President's Warn ing to Officeholders Capital Notes. Washington City, July 11 The bouse Wednesday passed 4he Morrison joint reso lution requiring the disbursement of the treasury surplus in excess of $100,000,000 in tbe redemption of interest Staring bonds. Tbe vote was over 8 to 1, the yeas being 2 JO and nays M. Of tbe affirmative 5tf were Ke ptihlicana The several amendments offered Tuesday wens promptly rejected. Before tbe final vote was taken McKinley moved to recommit it to the ways and means com mittee with inatr notions to report it back with an amendment declaring that the $100,000,000 held as reserve to redeem I nitcd States notes should not be im paired, or uwd for any purpose otuer than the redemption of t nited Mates notva This was ro. ected yea, lis; nays, I'JX. Tbe dirge atHrinatro vote was a sur prise to the advocates, who wcru con ti lent of their strength to paw tlio resolution, but did nut expet-t that tbe majority would be more than two -thirds. This large majority justifies their belief that should the senate concur in the action of the bouse tbe latter body may be relied upon to override tbe president's veto should be decide to with hold bis signature. It is very doubtiul whether at this lata hour of the session the resolution will b considered by the senate. Friends of tbe measure share this doubt, but have good grounds for th belief that ; should it he brought to a vote the senate will pass it In tbe senate finance commit tee the resolution wiil envouuierdetermined opposition. There whs considerable tumor in the de bate. McKinley of Ohio in opposing this resolution, said: "Suppose this resolution passes tbe house. Suppose it pasves the senate. To five it any sort of fon'e it must have tbe approval of the president Of the ( nited States Laughter. You are ask ing by this resolution that the president s-hall do b:it for sixteen months he has re fused to da He will lay down the pen, which with him has been mightier than tbe sword laughter and he will use that pen for another puriose. He will veto your bill, and tbe surplus will yet remain in the treasury." Kef erring to the Democratic disagreement on the taritf McKinley said: "There is not a single thing upon which this Lemocratic party agrees and is in positive accord, ex cept getting the officesnot one." iLaugh tei 1 Morrison And we are getting along only middling at that. Renewed laughter. Morrison in closing the debate said: 1C the people bad confidence in the government In !M, when there was a Republican ad ministration and the surplus had gone down to Mii.ooo.on, in Uod's name should tbey not have faith in it today, when it had at its head this good man Cleveland, about whom so many nice things were said, ami whom nobody tt ought more of than he' Laughter and applsuse lb negative vote on the resolution was ns follows- Adams of lilioois, Allen of Massachusetts, Buker, Helmont, Hingham, I His, Round. Ron telle. Ruck. Bunnell. Bur leigh, Rutterwortb, t anipbeil Felix of .New Vo: k, CumptH T. J. of New York, I'atnp liell f iVnn-) Ivimia, Collins, Davis, Dibble, Dudley, Downey, Dunham, Kly, Evans, Kverlurt, funjuiiar, Findlay. Heeler, (rout, Hay den, HayneH, Hewitt. Hieslund, Hiscoi'k, .'times, J oh own of New York, Kett ham, I ebltwk, l.indxley. Little, Long, Ma hney , Me K in ley, Mem man. M il lard, Miliiken, Mitchell, Muller, O Neill of Fenn sylvan la, lsborne, Farker, Fayne, Fierce, Reed of Maine, iiice, Rockwell, Sawyer, Seymour, Smalls, Spooner. Stewart of Ver mont, Stone of Massachusetts. Swinburne, Taylr ike of Ohio, Waite, Web-T, West, Wfaitiug o7, THE PAYNE REPORTS Siiluilllel to the ISeuate Another Joint Keitiiliilloii In the Houc. Wahinuton Citv, July 1. After con sideruble discussiou in the senate Wednes day, in which several senators ojiposed Mc Millan's scaling proposition to "scale'' tbe river and harbor bill ) per cent, as a con fession of senatorial inelhcieucy, McMil lan withdrew it and the senate adopted th riennepiti canal and l'oitae lake and 1.aks Superior canal aiiiendinenis and then ad journed. After reuoiiig of the journal inthe senate Thursday a Dumber of etitions and mtno ri'tls were presented and referred. Fugh submitted tbe leport of the com mittee on privileges and elections in tbe Fayne case. Kvarts submitted tbe views of b unset f and Toller and Logan, and Hoar from tbe same committee submitted the views of himself and the senator from Maine tl-rye), and tbey were all ordered printed and referred to the calendar. In the hou!- Randall of Pennsylvania, chairman of the committee on appropria tions, reported a joint resolution continuing in force until I be Mst of July, tbe pro visions of ihe jnint resolution providing temporarily for the ex)endttures of tbe government. Miliiken of Maine wished to be informed bow many more of these joint resolutions would I e brought in. ft'andall said: "As many as are needed." Dunham remarked that they would be brought in as long as the senate delayed the appropria tion bills, and Miliiken maintained that the bills were delayed in the senate because they bad been delayed in the housa Tha joint resolution was passed. Lowry of Indiana called up his resolution offered Wednesday calling for nn Inquiry by the committee on rules as to tbe author of certain interpolations in The Record in the matter of a colloquy lH-tween Lowry of Indiana, and Glover of Missouri, some days ago, and in the matter of tbe substitution of one resolution for a totally dilTerent one re ported from the committee on expenditures in the treasury department on Tuesday last relative to alleged frauds by I. I). Lancas ter, of St. Louis. The resolution wa adopted, and tbe bouse proceeded with tbs consideration of District of Columbia busi ness. WILL HAVE NONE OF IT. The President Warn Oflieeholilers to Hi wer Clear of I'olltlral Activity. Washington Citv, July l. The presi dent issued a letter to heads of departments in which he lays down the rules that must govern federal employes in the matter of tbeir actions at political primaries, conven tions, etc. The document is written in the tireiident's wual plain and easy to-be under stool style, and informs tbe Oiticehulders that while tbeir political rights and priv ileges are not imaired by taking otlice. the B Uicle of a federal official managing tbe iK)litics of too country is not edifying, not in harmony witu the real public senti ment, and he will have none it Tbe president drojw tbe employes of the country a plain hint that it is not a political party that is paying their salaries, and conse quently it is not a political party that is entitle 1 first and foremost to their Kervices. It is noticed tbat the president is careful not to sav that federal offli-ehoidera must not be delegates to conventions or do other polftb al work, but h makes it pretty plain tbat they must uot take tbe leading parts in managing tbe politics of their counties and states. The letter closes as follows: "A just discrimination in this regard between the things a citien may properly do and tLe purposes for which a public office should not be used, is eany, in tbe light of a cor rect appreciation of the relation between the people and those entrusted with otticial place, and a consideration of the necessity under our form of government of politcal action free from coercion. "You are requested to communicate the substance of these views to those for whose guidance they are intended. "(Jrover Cleveland. A Peculiar Custom. Washington City. July 11 United States Consul Oriftiu, at Sydney, K B. W.f in a letter describing the customs of the na tives of the island of New Britain sayi tbat the inhabitants have the custom of confin ing their girls in cages until tbey are old enough to niarr. This custom, be says, is rscn:ir to that island, and without ft rparallel among the other inhabitants of the Hootb Sea Island i tiese giri-cagea are made of twigs of tho palm tree, and the girls are put into them when only U or 3 years of age. These cages are built inside tbe bouses, and the girls are never allowed to leave the bouse under any circumstances, and are only taken out of their cages onoe a day, to be washed. Fowrterly and Oklahoma Washington City, July Chief Busby head, of tbe Cherokee nation, who is in Washington, received an official letter Wednesday from Crand Master Workman Fowderly in reply to a protest against the interference of the Knights of Labor in pe titioning congress to open Oklahoma terri tory to settlement Mr. Fowderly says that the petitions referred to were never presented to the executive board of tbe Kufghts of Labor, and that it was not the intention or teaching of that order to rob any people of their lands. Mr. Fowderly assures Chief Bushy head that no steps will be taken by the central order of tbe Knights of Labor tbat will injure the Cherokee peo ple. KANSAS PROHIBITIONISTS. They dominate a Stat Ticket, with a Colored Man for Auditor, Emi-ohia, Kan., July lV Tbe Prohibi tion convention reassembled Wednesday, an, after choosing H. C. Vrooman, ofObage county, permanent chairman, and M. K, Tosmot permenant secretary, nominated the following ticket: For governor, C. H. riransconibe; lieutenant governor, T. W. Huston; secretary of state, 14. B, Klaine; auditor, C. H. Langston, a colored man; attorney general, W. 8. Waite; treasurer, William Crosby ; superintendent of public schools. Mrs. Dr. Sutibert; associate justice, E. H, Fey ton, of Emporia. The committee On resolutions reported and the convention unanimously adopted a platform of fifteen resolutions. l'romlnent Peorlnn Dead. Feohia, Ilk, July The Hon. Wash ington Cockle died about midnight Wednes day night, at the family residence, 4 1 1 Jackson street, aged 70. In his death, Te oria loses one of its mot noted pioneers, an honest citizen, and a most upright man. In the state senate in 15 he was the representative from i'eoria. A few years be fore, in (H4uhe bought out The I'eoria 1 dem ocratic Press, and edited It for two years. About six years ago be was appointed post master, and held that position until last year, when be was succeed-d by CoL War ner. His toath wa; caused by old age and kidney complaint Nation nt Teachers' Association. Topkk a, Kan., July PI. Tbe meeting of tbe National Teachers' association Wednes day, was tbe largest yet held. The morn ing trains bad increased the number of vis itors to fully 7, VMM President Calkins de livered ttie annual address. All of the va rious dewrtmentj had meetings. In tbe evening Processor E. A. Wiuship, late sec retary of the new west education commis sion, spoke ou "The Educational Cure of Mortnonisia" THE NEWS IN BRIEF. A newspaper at l'ekin, China, was started in tbe year I'll. All the union masons and bricklayers in Milwaukee struck Wednesday. Fire destroyed several buildings at Cedar Falls, Iowa, Wednesday, causing a loss of The Wisconsin Republican state conven tion for the nomination of otllces has been summoned to meet at Madison tsept S. The work of riviting ou the sheets of the uLiherty'' statue was begun Monday, and Ihegodil'Ht will soon rule et x ork bar lor. K E. Hart & Co., commission dealers at Minneapolis, faded Wednewiay for A0iH Chicago houses are interested to the extent of Ati.ttrO. Tbe worUingran of New York are dis cussing tbe a t inability of taking a band in politics as an organization, and propose to run iieury deorge for mayor. Stephen Kelly, a hate and hearty New Yorit veteran, goes every year to Gettys burg to decorate his own grave, as the mis- tatiuu records show that be was buried there. A negro who attacked the Italian minis ter at Tangi"rs Wa stripped, tied to s donkey's tan, and led through the town, wlnlo two soidiers gave nun :JtU00 lasht: witbknuttel ropes. 0 Tbe grand master of Masons in Quebec 'sas iviued an ed ct declining a susinmsioa of Ma-o.iic intercourse iietween the Vo'h?c ; iol-ce-. and tbe Uraud Lodge of England and its dfiiendenfi-.-jj. At the meeting of th" Western Export a ocinnoii in t bi- ao Wednesday tbe West ern I'urclia-iu ana Leasing company was foinie-j for tue purpose of controlling the produ-'ttoii and price of whisky. Tbe mar ket price was hxed at $1.0. Fiench dispatches thow that iea. Bou lau:er, tlio KrVnch war minis tor, is ap(r- ently deierniins I to convert the French army into a Hadit al body, aud is alo wurKins up a feel me a 'amt Termany. I he corner stone of an Odd Fellows' hall, to cost 7-1,110, was laid Wednesday, at Hloomingtou, UK There was a parade of tbe biecbren, followed by an oration by 1'ast l.:rand Master J. K Mitler, of Casey villo. Wind and hailstdrm-t in Shelby and Champaign counties. Illinois, Tuesday night, caused h-avy losses in crops and giants. At Mayview, Ills., a cburch was partially wrecked by the wind, and trees and fences were blown down. James J. Mason has been arrested at Philadelphia for embezzling $ W,ooi) from Chatteo iiroa, railway and bridge contract ors of ISew Orleans, lie made tbe collec tions recently in Guatemala, but failed to turn over tbe fund?. Jeff Davis has declined an invitation to attend tht Boone county, Missouri, fair next mouth on account of physical inabil ity, but he feels the most affectionate esteem for the people of that section be cause of their "devotion to a cause ever dear." During a thunderstorm in Erie county, rennsylvania, luesday night,- telegrapt and telephone wires were leveled, and houses and barns ware struck by lightning and burned. A large quantity ol lumber also consumed. The lossos will aggregate, it u said, SIOOOJ. Wednesday's base ball scores were, for tbi National league: At Kansas City Detroit IT, Kansas City 1 seven innings; at St Ixuis Chi ago t, St Louis 2; at-Washington City Mew York , Washington II American association: at Cincinnati Cin- cmati 5, Brooklyn J: at Louis Athletic 1, St. Louis If; at ixuisville Baltimore 0, Louisville 3; at I'iUBuurg Allegheny 4, Metropolitan L I'rohihUinn In Atlanta. Atlanta, Ga., July 10. Judge Clarke has refused to grant an injunction restrain ing the city from interfering with tbe sale of liquor in quart cans at the Big Bonanza saloon. The judge held that such sales were not bonaflde wholesale sales, but were in the nature of violation of tbe prohibition law. through trick aud etP & The Kimball house case, which in similar, but covers ad ditional point, will le iteard Saturday. Tbe proprietors of tbe City brewery tried to deliver some goods Thursday, but were de- tectel and bned. Fire In a l umber Turd. Iona, Mich., July li- Firs broke out in the lumber yard of tbe Wagar Lumber f 'om i any, east of St-i nton, IV od ueluy afternoon, burning a boarding-houtte, store, and $70,000 worth of lumber. The mill wus saved. The location is on the Kidi Creek branch of the Iowa & Big Kapids railroad. Tne railroad company lost ten freight cars. I be insurance is )i,f,00. l.leut. t'arker Ordered to Mexico. Toiihstoxs, A. T., July Hi. Lieut Parker, with a company of picked men, sev eral Indian scouts and a pack train, bat been ordered to Mexico. He wiil act inde pendently of Capt Law ton, but in harmony with bim fu tbe campaign against the bos tMt Big, fraouse colored Danish flogs are favored as pets in raris pow. A TALK WITHTREVELYAN. THE DEFEATED CANDIDATE'S OPIN ION OF THE SITUATION. A Tremendous Hmaah-lTp In the Liberal PartyThe Standard's Review of the Elections An Interview with Beeeher Comparatively Quiet at Belfast, China's Emperor Foreign Flashes. London, July 1ft Mr. George Otto Trevelyan, In an interview with a cable news reporter said: "'inert bas been such a tremendous smash up in the Liberal party that 1 prefer to remain silent, but as you wish my personal views of tbe situation, 1 am wilting to state them. The catastrophe which has befallen the party is primarily due to tbe repugnance of Knglisbmen to the idea of entrusting the government of Ire land and tbe preservation of law and order into unlit bands. Another leading cause is the land purchase bill, and the govern ment will never be able to escape the df tern 5 a which the measure involves that if a separate and independent government be established in Ireland there is not likeli hood that any rents will be paid, and buy ing out the landlords is the only alternative, borne of the ministers have tided to confuse the issue, but the sense of the country rec-, ognUes tbe fact that the dilemma remains. If the Liberal party in tbe house of com mons joins the farnelhtes in their purpose of obstruction the party will suiter further secessions, as a great number of members who were elected as Miladstonians' will never for a moment co-operate with tbe 1'arnellitcs. Therefore, I believe a coalition between the government and the Irish parties to be very improbable, particularly as the Conservative., 1 am con dent, are strong enm;h to form a govern ment should they be cilled upon to do so. ReiKrter What do you think of Lord Hartingtou's accusation and Mr. l'arnelPs reply tliereto? Mr. Trevelyan Well that is a delicate question. However, it U undeniable that Mr. Parnell owns and absolutely controls I'm ted Ireland, aud auyboiy who read that newspajier at the time of the I ho'iiix park murders must be able to judge which side the sympathies are with. The MiUHiiird'h Kev.ew. London, July lu Tbe Standard (Con servative) m a loader reviewing the result of tbe elections, says: i 'ousidering the relative strongth of the paiti-s Lord Salis bury mu-t be the national bead of the new government AH Conservatives, however, who prized thPtriuinph wbichv'.he Conserva tives and Liberal I uionists have won to gether wish to sett Lord llartinglon become a prominent member of the ministry. They also desire to have the Unionist's fairly and fully representol. 1 nlens Lord Salisbury adduces a conclusive reason against this ar rangement we are sure that it is the one which the t-ountry will best understand and which will com mend itself to the common sense of the elector.-, it lord liartington's followers are willin ' wo are sure there are no insuperable diilicu'ities in the w.iy. A .ain of l'ort-Mte. Lomion, July h l'p to 4 a m. Tuurs day there had been a n l Toiy and Cnioniit gain of loriy live. THE PLYM0U1 H PASTOR'S OPINIONS On RncliHh Volition ami the Dynamite I- innl r. IiOSDON, J i!y h. - Thj l-aily News pub lis lies an inter t lew with Uev, Henry Ward Beecber, m which he pays a bi-ti ompli tneut to the orderly manner in which Ln Iisq elections aro conductea, comparing tbem to tue election ins America very un favorably to tbe latter, Americans, be says, are profoundly iiitereited in the Kng lish political leaders, holding them in a sort of ideal reverence. Tb Knglitdi election laws he considers much more rigorous kthan those of America, but the tatter's system of registration is be tier. Bribery, he says, is the greatest danger to which tbe American system is exposed. The dynamite fund, be said, is sent to Kngland by imported wret bes in America for w hom American-born Irishmen have no sympathy. Beferring to tbe question at iue, Mr. Beeeher says: "1 know that onlookers are said to see most of the game, but when a man is play in; chess it is never allowed I hat an outsider should suggest a move.1 Of Interest to j iinmititriN. Lnx:"W, July H. An extradition treaty between Kngland and tbe I nited states has just been signed by representatives of the two governments. In addition to the cus tomary clauses it is batd tbat tbe treaty provides for the surrender of dynamite miscreants. It is thought that the Anarch ist troubles in Chicago largely influenced the American government in making tbe treatv. At the American legation Secre tary White ereinptoriIy refused to give any information regarding the treaty. Monetary M;tft-r in IVru. Lima, Bern, July Pi. In continence of the depreciation and fluctuations of th? sil ver currency in circulation in this republic it has been proposed to u-- the Americnn gold dollar as the basis of all monetary transactions, either fiscal or private, usina the silver dollar at a value of n cents gold for all fractions under a quarter of au eagle. It is thought lhat the government will ask congress to give the matter its considera tion. The Iteliitttt II lots. IM'W.IN. July iti. Much excitement stilt prevails in Belfast, but there has been no further rioting. Several of tbe rioters have been remauded, white others have leen sen tenced to terms of iiiinsonmcut. Two men, Walker Fletcher an 1 bis s-n, who are charged with murder, have bcn examined and remanded. China's Young J'.mperur. London, July 10. Telegrams from Pekin state that tbe Chinese ministry have or dered the lmjwrial board of astronomy to select an au-pielous day in the tir.it month of tho next Chinese year for the assumption in person of the government by the young Emperor ivwangMU. Tlio pie.sent regency will then cea'. The Crop On! took. CisciNNvri. July 1-V The Price Current nays: Mnce .i rHy l tuere has ieen a fur ther impairment in tue condition of spring wheat in many districts of tbe northwest But tbis does not apply to tbe entire breadth in this growth, t'ur (alculations made tbe outlook on July 1 as l.'i.(hX.,uUJ bushels. Cue statement ot tbe statistician of the department of agriculture implies 141, Oco.OUtt; another l-fci, UtHi.OiM. while the logi cal application of tho diiierence in reported average condition means l-i, 000,00 L Al things considered, we see no good reason for considering the present situation as promis ing less than 42.,00ii(irOif and not lnntosHi ble to reach 440,dUO,0H or more. In tbe Ohio valley region there have been some rains the past week, and at a few points in the Cpper Mississippi valley, but most of tbe territory west ot the Aiisbissippi contiu ues witho t rain, and generally in much need of it Ton Who Lead Sedentary Lives will find great relief from constipation headache and nervousness, by taking Simmons Liver Regulator. It is a simple, harmles?, vegetable compound, sure to relieve yon. Persons of sedentaiy nanus i often suffer with kidney affections. If the? would maintain the strength of the digestive organs and improve ihe quality of the blood by taking the ltegulator. it would restore the kidneys to heattu ana igor. The pay of doctors in (Jhina is from 5 to 10 cents a visit, and they are kept ex ceedingly busy. Mr, Editob- Many of your leaders may be benefited by the knowledge of such an excellent remedy . as Dr. Jones lied Clover Tonic, wbichi produces the most favorable results in disorders of tbe liver, stomach aud kidneys, and is a valu able remedy in dyspepsia; also, debility arising from malaria of other causes. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer! bipod puri tier, and a sure pure (or ague Price 50 centt. DISIIONEST DEALERS. HOW UNSUSPECTING HOUSEWIVES ARE OFTEN SWINDLED. Short Measures 'and Their Ingenious Con struction FMse and Hinged Bottoms Tricks That Almost Defy TJetectlon The Schemes of Fruit Toddlers. The season is approaching when econom ical housewives will begin to lav in fruit for preserving purposes. Probably it has occurred to many how the peddler could pile the measure so nigh and yet when he had gone the purchase would pan out only three quarts to the gallon. Of all trades and pursuits these itinerant dealers are the u tenors as far as tricks are concerned. Such swindling is, of course, in a petty way, but when the extent of their sales is taken into account, the amount of their ill gotten profits is astonishing. This is es pecially th case when there is a scarcity in the market and prices have considerably advanced. It is tbe frequent boast of these dealers that they buy at wholesale, and yet can afford to sell at the same rate. This is true. ( f course, their profits must come in somewhere. To many a hoodwinked housewife no doubt this seeming paradox has been an unsolved puzzle, lo the initiated or those behind the curtain nothing could be simp ler. Tbe measure must be short, certainly; but how can tbe peddler so arrange it as to deceive the law olhcers and defy the pen etrating eye of the higgling woman, who is ever trying to get full value for her money! lie succeeds, however, and it is compara tively rare, considering tbe amonut of such business done, that he is caught at the trick. ALL fSOUTS OF FALSE MEASURES. The "city sealer" has at his house what he terms his "armory." Hera are stored the numerous false uieusui-es be bus coutiscated dunn his term ot oitico. Tbey are of all siy.es aud shape, uo I it is interesting to see bow ingenious dib-jiitity makes some people. In tbe inspe Mous a rule is used which tests to an mtinitesi.nal amount the contents of a measure. The sealer aud lits assistants are continually ou the watch. Tbe dealer never knows when his store will be entered or his waon btopped. 'i'ne law provides a fee for all inspections, and, of course, tbe more alert and energetic th otiicer the greater his compensation. Tte false bottom is a familiar trick, and old as the bills. It has never gone out of fashion, however, and is as successful as w hen first sprung ujton an honest and un suspecting world. There are many ways of tbus "doctoring" a measure, tonietimes an other ttottom is soldered in after it has been tested and sealed. Then in other cases a piece of wood is placed in the bottom as if to brace aud rentier tbe measure more tirra and solid, - Tbe mot ingenious plan, bow ever, is to cover tht) bottom witn cement, say au iuch in depth. This hardens and soon becomes the color of the sides. It is ouly by the additional and uuu-na! weight tbat tbe deception can be discovered. Of couise outwardly the measure u p-. riectly coi .ect, and bears the oincial stamp of its truth. OTHER WAYS OF CHEATING. Another w-y it to take tbe measure and beat down an inch or so tha hoop or irou band that girds the top. Ihe jortiou re maining above is carefully cut away, and it is only when lented !y tbe rule tbat the shortage found. Probably tbe shrewdest trick is tbe hinged bottom. Thi- is so ma le that the two portions wid oeii inwurdly and cloe i mined Kttely when tuo measure is taken up It is used principally in meas uring apples and Mjtatoc$ or Mich articles, ihe dealer first caret u 11 v places it upon an apple or )otato, the bottom is forced in. aud, ot coui He, count! era ole of tbe space is taken up. Almost every one has noticed how bat tered are nioit of the measures used by street jieddlers. It is naturally thought that they have been accidentally knocked out of shape white liemg tossed about. In many cases, however, it is from detiLerate intention, for obvu.udy the dealer is bene fitted by tbe mashing in. A favorite schema, particularly in berry time, is to crush a (juatiuty of the fruit on the bottom, it adherts, ot course, and the purchaser fulls short of tbe required amount, while the dealer, apiurently has acted in the fairest possible manner. An other way is lieU1 ntly practiced when the sides ot the wagon are high. The measure is heaping lul, but when the contents are pouied out, t are is taken tbat a portion lalts in tbe bed ol the wagon. (Such are a tew of the schemes practiced by the dis honest Keputable dealers scorn to descend to swindling tucks, and will not risk tbeir leputauuii to gain temporary proiit On unnuti rmpjuer. Secretary Manning. Albany, N. Y., July I'x Secretary Manning, since bis return home, appears to have almost recovered Irom his illness. His friends are surprised by bis vigor, and if he experiences no recurrence there is every reason to believe tbat be w ill be back in the treasury department in i etober. Secretary Manning expects to remain in Albany until after the bi -centennial celebration next week, when President ( levelaud will also be here. A 1 Vlrrtlve F..iind le:il. Kansas City, Mo., July ltx The lifele-s body of a mau identified as Ixmis Hicks, a detective, was found on the Missouri Pacific railroad tracks above Wyandotte, Kan. Wednesday evening.lt is supposed that he was in the government secret service and came from Fort Leavenworth" in search of army deserters, fine theory is that he was murdered by tbe men he was pursuing; an other that he foil Irom a railroad train. Kallway Sale Affirmed. Pf.nveil Colo., July V fi Judge Heath of the United States court, Wednesday a tier noon, affirmed the sale of the Ienver fc Kio tirande railroad, as made last Mon day, after which articles were immediately filed, the secretary of state incorporating the company under the name of the ltenver & Rio Grande KaiLroad company. Ihe cap ital is 7000,000 ot which rM-yiO0,tK. common stock. Drummers in Convention. New York, July 1ft Tha National As sociation of Commercial Travelers began its annual convention v ednesdny in this city. Plans will be discussed for helping the bill through congress which abolishes the tax on commercial travelers. The association will try to receive from tbe railroads tbe priv ilege of pounds baggage and a uniform rate of mileage. Jtf-lewfted Alter htm Years. Petuoit, Mich., July HI Augustus Pn- val, who waa sentenced in August ISSt from ceana county, to fifteen years in the Jackson penitentiary for rape, was par doned Thursday by the governor. Tbe ad visory pardon board, after a thorough in vestigation, reported unaoimously their be lief in the prisoner entire innocence. Live Stock llates ltelor"d. Omaha, Neb., July Hi At a meeting of representatives of Iowa road in tbis city Wednesday, live stock rat were restored to 70 a car to Chicago. The cut rates wer $-J0 and Tbis end a liv.dy treibt war wbich bas b?en waged Cor several day. Mexican Kim tlMi. City ok Micxtco, July Hi, via Galveston. Tex. Tbe congressional electious have re sulted in a large majority for tbe govern meat Tbey passed oit truietly in all part (f tbe republic AH EHTEBPEHIN0, RELIABLE HOUSE. Hartz & Bahnsen can alwayi be relied upon, not only to carry in stock llie beat of every thing, but to secure tbe ABcy for such articles as have well known mer it, and are popular with tbe people, thereby sustaining the reputation of being always enterprising, and ever reliable. Having secured the Agency for the cele brated Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, will sell it on a positive guarantees It will surely cure any and every affection of Throat, Lungs, and Cheat, and to show our confidence, we Invite tqu to rail apd get a Trial Bottle Free, Invalid's Hotel and Surgical Institute. This widely celebrated institution, lo cated at Buffalo. N. Y., is organized with a full staff of eighteen experienced and skilfull physicians and surgeons, ton- titutmt? tbe most complete organization of medical and surgical skill iu America, for the treatment of all chronic diseases,1 hether requiring medical or surgical means for their care. Marvellous success has been achieved in the cure of all nasal, throat and lung diseases, liver aud kidney diseases peculiar to women, dis eases of tbe digestive organs, bladder diseases, blood taints and skin diseases, rheumatism, neuralgia, and nervous debi bility, paralysis, epilepsy (fits), sperma torrhea, ira potency and kindred allcc. tions. Thousands are cured at their honvs through correspondence. The cure of tbe wont ruptures, pile tumors, varicocele, hydrocele and strictures is guaranteed, with only a short residence at Ihe institution. Send ten cents in stamps for tbe Invalids' Guide-book ( lfiy pages), which gives all particulars. Ad dress. World's Dispensary Medical asso ciation. Buffalo, N. Y. The latest word for the man who does not toss banana or orange peel off the sidewalk, when it is convenient is ba nanarchist. ADVICE TO MOTH IBB. Are vou disturbed at night and broken f your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so, send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winsiuw's Soothing Syrup for children teething. Its value is incalculable. It will relieve tbe poor little sufferer im mediately. Depend upon it mothers, there is no mistake about it. Il cun f dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the sdoin ach aud bowels, cures wind colic, polt- ens the gums, reduces inHammatitin. and gives tone and energy to tbe whole sv- m. Mrs. WiDMows Soothing bvnip or Children Teething is pleasant to tbe taste, and ib the prescription of one of the oldest and lies! female nurses and phy sicians in the United States, and is foi sale by all druggbls throughout tht world. Price 25 cents per bottle. feb-28-m-w-s ni 1-y Ar, inquiry is being conducted into the manners, customs and fn lore ol the people of Palestine, which is certain to be of deep ethnological interest. "My Only Family Medicine " I have been a user of Simmon's Liver Regulator for many years, having made it my only family medicine. It is a pure good and reliable medicine. Jly mother before me was very partial to it. 1 find the Ke&uhilor very safe, harm ess ana rename as a family medicine. and have ued il for asy disorder of the vsteni and found it to act like a charm. belii ve if it was used in lime it would prove a great preventative of sickness. have, often recommended it to mv frttmls and hit all continue to do so. "Hkv. Jas M Koi.unk, Pastor M. E church. South Fairfield Va. "To J. 11. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia." An immigrant who rrieil in Los An- Etles, t'al., the other day, nuule the trip from K;lnsis io a vi llain. arconiatiiel l.y his wife anil live cut ulrtti. AN ANSWSK WANTKD- Can unv nee hriug us a vase of Kiilnrv or Liver Complaint thnt tlie Elelrie Ltiitert will not six'tihiv cure? We but that tu v can not. as thousands of east's already wr- uiancnllv cureil and and who are daily re commending Electric Bitltrs, will prove. linght s Disease, Uialietes, week Hack, 01 ny urinary complaint quickly cured; they purify the blood, reaulale the bowels, and act directly on the diseased parts. Kvery bottle Guaranteed. For sale at 50c. a bot tle by Llartz & Liahnsen. Mrs. Laniitry is going to convert her lawn at. Meadow Bank. TwickeuhHiu. nto a circus tiog, where her trained horses will perform. NervoBi ljetulitated Men. You are allowed a free trial of thirt . dtttl of the use of Dr. Dve's Olcbrati d Voltaic Belt with Electric Susiensor Appliances, for the speedy relief and i er- manent cure of Nervous Debility, loss of Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also, for many other diseases. Complete restoration to health, ipor and manhood guaranteed. o risk is incurred Illustrated pamphlet, with full inform- ion. terms, etc., mailed free by address Veltitic Iklt Co., Marshall. Mich. di od & iv. Sir John Lubbock's present fancy is for a tsme wasp, which allows tir John to stroke it, an 1 which eats sugar from his hand. SON' I FAIL TU IKY IT. J. C. Burrows, Kalamazoo, Mich , test ifies: "For more than tive years, a mem ber of my family has been afflicted with Hsy l'evir, culminating late m the fall in a hacking cough. Every remedy proved futile. Not half a bottle of I'apillon (ex tract of flax) Catarrh cure had been used before the cough entirely disappeared, and general relief followed. It is simply wonderful." Large bottle, only $1 W, for sale at Drug store. Hobar 1'asha died in Ihe arms of his wife, a young English lady only twenty seven years old. The greatest foe of America people is consumption; :ts victims number many thousands each year, rhvsicians and druggists have at last found a remedy which they feel justilied m reecomineiid- mg. Ibis is Dr. Bigelow a Cure, which cures consumption in stages thai oilier remedies are ot do beneht. It cures coughs, colds, and all throat anil lun diseases speedily and safely. Trice 50 cents and $1, of druggists. Louise Michel says she hoprs to come to America after death, when her eon I migrates. The pioperitesot Misliler's Herb Bit ters are wholly medicinal. It is com pounded on scientific principles upon : German formula, 2(K) years old. Orgy men, temperance people, and all other classes who opiiose strong drink en prin ciple, endorse and recommend our ureal household remedy. It is a sure cure for kidney and liver complaints. Patli's full name is Adela .(nana Mali Guida Palti Nieolim. IM BOTTLK l tir II HI. A. II. Thompson, Hockford. III., writes "I have been troubled with Catarrh for years, uolhing helped me until I tried I'apillon Catarrh Cure. I followed di rections, and with Ic&Hlhau one bottle, I am cured.'' l'apiil.in (extract of flax) Catarrh Cure will posit inly cure Bronch ial Catarrh. Acute or Chronic Catarrh, also Rose Cold and Hay frver. Large bottles $1.00, for sale at drug store. Foi sale by II. 11. DeSanto. The mean depth of Lake Michi.'au in 690 feet. llllf-KHlll'K ItClll PUOKPHATK incomparable in lick Htadaeti. Dr. Kred Horner, Jr . S ilcm. Va.. shvs "To relieve tbe indigestion nud so-calii-il sick headache, and menul depression in cident to certain stages of rheumatism, it is incomparable," f The best on earth can truly be said of Grigg'g Ulyceriue Salve, which is a sure, safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises scalds, burns wounds and all other sores Will positively cure piles, tetter and all skin eruptkm. Try this wonder faealer. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refund ed, Only 25 ceaU. -Sold by druggists. 'mm Absolutely Pure. Thij tiowler nrvcr vanes. A mnncl of parity Mreuuth and whol-.',incnen; more economics than the or.ltriMry kinds, nun cannot he oM in competition with the multitude of lowtt, short weight alum or phthtphate powders. ArtM onlyi cans. KoVaL BA.K1NU I'owdek (?u , m Wall B New York. New Advertisements. NATURE'S CURE FOR CONSTIPATION, PERFECT HKALTfl 14 iiuiut-t-ilOe if the Ui ."4tt.ni i tmn-'-ired, the l.kt-rimtcine. or ,lin Iti)il-: oi-if-tiimte't. TARRANT'S KTEETESJEUT CELTSEB ATtBTBMI. will etiri' rfiicttp-iMon, Sh'k llr.i'liu lif Mini 1)V!-pt-a . It n 'Stiliitc the luitt Htnl eiialtlAti (Jioi-r ul' ff hv tll-.;ff-l!'lt lo I'll jttv llieir (inn! . II n fltir t'f. vf, 111.- IiIinh). ! inviihi.'i'tlc in Piles and liilljimmiitory jlit-i'nxvs, if juMly frh-eiin '1 A u rit nt for cliililicu. !ciiiiui'i1('l. relinhlc, ele i;;in1 . Il r-llii-iM tti' found hi every hnn-elnt!fl. Sili hij OruyqistH trtrtf- n)r. hy T"rrant ft C0-, si ANU DYSPEPSIA. Matitifactiirt'il rk. New V bVIUTrn Hehnnle S:i!tfiu'll to irnvel aiifl flAnltU M-il to Hie tui'le our Celebrated Clear?. ToDaero, Cigarettes. Ac- l.ib ml ar TJUiL't'ineiiti-. :';a v nr rdhimifnioii. AdnreM-in-nnli:it.-lv. NKVV VOWK HAVANA 4'hAl No. 1 Fotirili Avenue N w York. TiHS PUFEB my fonn-1 on ti nt OKO, P. iEHHI AI I II ADVEBWStNO ltrBEAO 110 Prnice rint vhere now iHEWYQBK. liMliti oiitim't mi lie luaus lux it iMMUS ; YfreiTiAfsNUYANCt JfiMlp finlv of the flnewf nn,l tettnnl lly of miosis lor i!li-,lH!nuiitr iieiU. Every Rood thing" ia Counter feited, and consumers are CAU TIONED atrairtst IMITATIONS of these Chimneys made of VERY POOR GLASS. Sec that the exact label is on each chimney as above. The Pearl Top ia always clear and Drigat Glass. GEO. A. MACBETH & CO. IMitfibnrch Eal Ulnwt Works. FOB SALE BY DEALERS. O. E. MILES Imm oi Woofl. KXKOI'TKS Cl'TS OF Buildings, Machinery, trails, An'uiiuls, &c. Por- Also hi.KCTRorvi'r. Pi.atks fttrnitihoil In any tuiin'x i Office and K'tf'iliiir Tc:tr of rhrislian i lisp'l, Brailj oln-i't, In twn r, tli ami Mis, DAVENPORT I A PENNYROYAL WAFERS. i rwnpitiMi 01 a run mi Kill wno h;iHlw'lalifloni,-eijH,ricncPiD trr.-Uinft' foniiilfdis,aH,8. Han bwii prebcnUi-i iu hundreds of casH- ns an unfailing monthly rrnieuy. I'lmsant-SarceTTfct mil. Lidies ask your driisrjrist forrciinyroyalWafera, taknno sulrsiituie. Salfd particulars a sUtmitS. I'rto-. l. ikt (kit. Al'!rpss KimsuCiiBMiCALCo., 110 Uowitril St. I'EXROIT, MJ . nnlfn flt'.fd t.)ft-ii:il. In MMir-h-ll X Kil"T. Dr. B. G. MlLLIiR W,,tiM n-it. iHctfd. f:ir vt :iM Uind- cri'!l'M. Irc:itntfi't : hnli d l i:i it rifullv ammnnrr to ilit firk n't'l f( Slid n !r. ill ii h.- tri'iiii dilfiVnll t w .. :t. in,- ttixl i linmir. unidntrVry -tnd "))(.Kt. Tut' fy ynirn (.raclivat ex liillrrini.' '"' N'l nt her in plan of iicii-itii; nMivt'luii" iiir'r- litr Mlu'l n- n li. f, ninki-ia i(Tially of KHKIMATISM AND NKlTRAUilA, For which v h-tt a c"tIh1 Irvatment and m ver f.iil to cur. You nerd culler no loiiirt-r. 'n cu lMtioii frw. mtocv hour k. M., lo v. . Oilit ' nn-1 R'ci'li ii' . No. f- ijrhtftith ttn cl, I ok l-l ird. Adrt'cf IcIUr Nix 1622. apl-19-dwly A Sneeial asw r l. 1 Pat. Oat 30th, 1383. ") OEOUGE I' A I IJL'S Restaurant and Oyster Deoot. Bkefsteak, Oysters and Game in Season, At Lothar llarm's Placo, corner First I Rock Island, III. ' Avenuo and Elslitet-iiUt St, " ' r . PROFESSIONAL ( Alilis, J. M. BEARD8LEY TTOIINEy at F.Atr Offlre with ,! V K, WILLIAM JACKSOn7 A I'TOSNKV AT LAW. Office In Rwl I , i National Hank B.iWtaV, Itoc k t.ln!',,'"""" JOHN S. HOLLAND, ATTOttNF.V AND rot N'KM.c.rt AT t AW over ioftoffl(e. Moline. Ulinoif.. eTw. hubstT ATTORNEY ANPCOrNSRI.I.dK AT Otlloc In M(-onir T niik- hliw-k. ovi-r tl'f fc f. land Nil.ionsl Ian k. K.w-kl Htanit. ID B"v.l dwtf n. wmnnrr. tkiAtur." SWEENEY & WALEEP. , i oknrys jnd r-orvsRLi r i .lfifllrv m B,-r,clBn-f Wock. liork llaiiH. aiH. Ill iifiti:ii!i ATTORNEY IN il btihinc-s of all k I. l!l,AKKM(li;i , I'ATKVT CAl-SKS. Paten. Nations' Sank Buildin: . Fir-i 11.x fr,i. Kt-rk ju-IS-dwIv Island. Iltitioio. M. M. COHBETT, ATTDHNEY AT1.AW. Knli-Hci,,, i,',,,,.,, Notarv PnMir. Atntrate. l.ami ait ,.,!, Hon. IMNro. Ilnfn .! tt'n t. M a- , nil' . ,.v, Baker'" .1, wi-lry ulnre r:nv.-.i.,!i. IHMNESS niKHTOIiV. J J AKOWARK. stwarl !i 1nlcmi'rv ,ntpe'-nrl v.. JJL'NFMITilS. Wolff. (Iiaa .ltt ftV.-nK'Clillislri-i l JBWSPAPBIIS. Tlie Rock lilafirl DjlU T Afroi-.; ti,t uh evcninL'. (Snnrta) i vcci i,.,!) iT, .,-r. i, (K)fite Powtoffli'-. P,vf ..!,;.rfi.;n, .',,(',,, citv. The Rnr-k Wit-mi At-n-- every Friilay. A line ,l,.sj. . ' : (ton Willi tlie ee'Hlilhi'H-tii . Unprecedented Sucm- (IP TUB NATTONAI Cabinet Letter File. OVKH a -.mill Fll.f-N M-1 Hi ivT I.Witl NATIONALS iiw ir it-! two y -i. - ly wrt-p-ilar of fh. fnntii. The NutimiHl is Hip HKST. l. rflit-c rimi'lcli1, iin.rt' ihtiplt. nml mrv 1 i any uiln r 4'alin-l I. ll r Kile w r It i HitM'hc,(M'st. bpradfAit h i- ir.' . My Ihmi ny tilnT. St-mt lor I!,,i-t I'tgiH1. Maiiufiit ftirt-ii hj JOHN MORRIS COMPANY Vh"I-nle nd K tii HOCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! laUnt. ChsI find Wrought Iron Fence! fhnajifst Fence in tlie Wurld f(r Hi'sMeiiee r CeiiiHlnry LdtS. Made any Height Desind. "AII kind-' of IRON and MAi'HIKR loiie pronivlly and ali?.f:lction e'larnntceii. Write tor -iricen. DOWNING BROS.. Rook Island, III. THE MOLINE SAVINGS UM it iiatUTt'd hribi'1-fiiiplnnir ol IIMiotn flOLUO: - - IjjLlNOib t""" dtly Irum tA. HI iu .', r. M .aid --i! Ti- ntt ttid :m irif.y itv titni iritmTtn , .tt ';. ti Etorea ilJorol on Cp0ftU t to r- 5 4 per Gen i. cor Ancum. Oepoeiti roooivod is aicouDto9 $t and Upward. SKt'CUITY ANU AUVANT&UtW ThepriTftleproiwMynt th' Trnvr r-v""' plbtf to the dt-poplUir. Tht; offlc'irrt (tnthihU?: roro honowmjr ny of Hnaim-y. Miiwrii mni married wuioc. protected hytpt-cial Uw. UFruiEs: VV. WnsKixrK. Pn-s'-itiit J n fl'MD, Vic1 Pri:(;dfiji; O. . HBWENWY.'alilf Tbmitiii.:-H W.Wbwlock, Purt PHinr tr C. W.Lobdfll, NcIpoo Cht-fU;r. H W.GmhW .' T. Grants, a. 8. Wripht, V. llmnwy. -fosr (In-x'.J. M. Thrl-ty, ti. H. Stoddard. fWTho only chartered Savltic Batik in Rod land CoaniT ADVERTISERS can leaui the exact cost of any proposed line of advertising in American papers by addressing Geo. P. Rowell & Co.. Newspaper Advertising Bureau, lO Spruce St., Now York, ervd fVts. tor OO-Pix.n t"mphlet. 00UI MKDiL, rK18, Ib'B. BAUER'S n a, Warranted oOsoiurry ;"" Cocoa, from which the ism"1" hi bas been removed, llfcu-'-i'" tinttl tke ttringth of Con-n m'"' wttb Surch, Arruwrout 'X and is ihertture far UK'n- '. tt cal, co"lt len " r,hi;,, cup. u ! d :i strcnplh,-nin. i . r i,.,..,.,!, M lmlrat,tv , .j,. well an U" r- SolJ W unrrni ercrliT-. Ksitll i all mm FARTHEST NORTH 1 Three Years of Arctic Service. . ir. UKF.EI.Y, Went. 1'. H. Army. . ?.m K AC'xro villi Sltrl I'orlrail. ortr UK) 7iu(ritK'is '' M ''if"' Mapt' fkartt. Holt ovly !! Sburriptim. .. rrodiselr illuitralcd, abounds with lively dasoriptionB." oTthe mnnr Tolnmcs written of Peter rre,it;iw Ihew in ihsinnlense inlrmt and nalae." Chicago lnl'rJ ... ;.0v,r "Tlie twt riimmr, rlU popular and Kientinr, rerch." ioiton HmrflH. .iumtr-itrd "A. Y. Interesting from eoer to eotcr. Most omi'.r i""'" '""- "rrSfciutif.,! and tUHt He Tolmo-.-, "". Vnzc"' " la tverr wa- satisfactory and complete. -A. t. Jn""- Anent Wanted in t:"r ' Ait.., CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, . ... t .Ct.lcn.or 73 Broadway, Hew ork.