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R)L. XXXIV. NO. 236.
KOCK ISLAND, Fill DAY, JULY 30. 1SS6,
PRICE FIVE CENTS
b
1
Now Offers to Undersell the World.
We are Bound to Conquer Hard Times, and
Clothe all the People of Rock Island
County in the next Sixty days.
Our Immense Stock
25 Patterns Men's Cassiruere Suits at 17,
4 .Styles Finer Catsimere at $10,
Arid all Goods down in Proportion.
SUMMER CLOTHES HALF GIVEN AWAY.
COME ONE! COME ALL,!!
GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHING STORE
A. LOEB, Manager.
D
H 1
cane
Wo ''i tr infer wvry on.
twenty da s' trit
Dekrk's Block,
Moline, III.
Telephone
Second Avenue
corner of Xl
Eighteenth StAV
fy We challenge
s S4&S comparison in our
V line of Hats and Men's
- S Fur,li8Uilg ood8 generally
T TTZ .
MERCHANT TAILOR,
And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens,
-.. . 1706 Second avenue.
-A.. Gh BOEHLER
Ice Cream Parlors, Bakery,
CONFECTIONERr, CIGARS, Etc J -
CLOTHING HOUSE.
THIS GREAT COLOSSAL STORE
MUST AND SHALL BE SOLD.
BEHOLD THIS:
Be snre and do not mias this Great
Hurry up for the Best Bargains.
DAVIS '& CO.,
PLUMBERS
AND
Steam Fitters. ;
A complete atocli of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
- "Sole a eiitn for
w l. a. ill J.
umps,
SIfiHT FEED LUBRICATORS,
terf'i't, jin.l will Mend flips;
, to ru9Miisiti)e purtifs.
Safety Heating Boilers, and Con t ran
tors for furnishing and Laying
Wafer, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Ave.,
Kock Island, Illinois.
1'elentione 1148. Hi videnre Telephone Win ,
worth
heen selling for
$12,
$18,
Sale.
Rock Island, 111
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
INSURANCE.
J. E. Loosley & Co.,
-UK.NKHAu-
Insurance Agents
and rtti at tti
(Succtssoi of Haves & Ck-avt Wl )
Attency rxfithlihhi'il ih8.
Office in RcniMon'a Hiock.
Buford & Loosley,
4KNKHAlr
Insurance Agents.
Th: old Fire nt-d Tune Trti-d compsnten He
LOSSES PROMPTLY PA 1 1.
i"w st sn K-ihi"lr (Tompfiny run afford
tofflrt to A rem Block.
AUCTION AM i. COMMISSION
W. H. LUNDY,
AUCTIONEER
TILL
Attend JSales
IH ITBKB
CITY OB COUNTRY.
t moderate chareca, or
ReceiveConsignments
and makf proiapi return.
coott kwnm ROCK ISLAND ILL.
MORGAN PARK
lLITARy 5CADEM V
Morgan Park. Cook Co., Illinois.
The heat Boy'. Boarding School in the west,
nend for catalogue to
mJS-dwIm Lock Box 8. Moruac Park. Ill
WESTERN
INVESTMENT !
-"-eiury mil k Business nonse. fronts two main
streets. Crowlne County Seal v
888. 5 OOO population Will aell hardware
and implement business. Part cash, part lontr
time. Established eicht vears l,nn.i
SIXTY TH0DSAHD. Bconick.
kahrar niRnnriav
BX 654. ST. JOSEPH. MO.
HAGANS
Magnolia Balm
is a secret aid to beauty.
Many a lady owes her fresh
ness to it, who would rather
not tell; and jtfa can't telL
ENGLAND'S NEW CABINET.
PREMIER SALISBURY SUCCEEDS
FORMING THE MINISTRY.
IN
Lord ltundolph Churchill aa Chancellor
of'the Viecliequer Itecoirjea the leader
of the. Consprvatlvoa nicks - Reach
Chief Secretary for Ireland Khartoum
Hazel by Arabs Foreign Items.
Iavmihw, July 30. The following cabi
net up -ointments are officially announced
recretnry of foreign affairs Tha earl of
iddesk-lgh.
thief secretary for Ireland Sir Michael
Hicks-beach.
Chancellor of tho exchequer-Lord fian
dolph Churchill, who liy virtue of his an-
potntmedt becomes tho recognized leader
oi me 1 uiisoi-vative iarty in tbo houso of
commons.
tieoretary for war Kt Hon. V. 11
Siuith.
t iist lunl of the admiralty Lord Ueorge
nanimon.
Lord high chancellor Baron llalsbury.
Secretary for India-Ht Hon Frederick
Arthur Stanley.
rrimo minister and first lord of the treas
ury The Manptis of Londonderry.
lbe following appointments have also
lieen decided nion, but they have not yet
teen olticialty announced:
Lord president of tho council Viscount
Cranbrook.
President of the local government board
Ht. Hon. Henry Chaplin.
President of the board of trade Kt. Hon.
K. stanhope.
Postmaster general Lord John M li
ners. Commissioner of works Rt Hon. D
Plunkct
Attorney general Sir B. Webster.
Lord chancellor of Ireland -Lord Ash
bourne. bir John Kldon Uorst, member of parlia
ment elect for Chatham, has informed his
supporters in that constituency that he will
probably have to peek a re-election, as he
expects to accept a post under tho new
government.
The Times says that the new cabinet is
not altogether what could have been wished
in the interests of steady government and
harmonious co-operation. It says: "Sir
Michael Hicks-Beach must show more force
of character and steadiness of purpose
than he ha, Bhown of late in order to grap-
pie ouccessiuiiy wun the Irish problem. It
would hae been better both for his Dartv
and himself, if it had been possible to allow
time for Lord Randolph Churchill's position
to consolidate and mature. He will have a
difficult and arduous part to play, and will
encountermueh jealousy. His promotion,
however, gives rise to a new hope of a vig
orous era of Conservatism. A serious
question will be how to get on with the
Unionists"
Ili'KLlN, July United Ireland d'ar-
noll's organ) commenting upon the appoint
ment ot Lord Londonderry as vicerov for
Ireland says: "The truce between the ten
ants and landlords has been shattered, but
the Irish people have not the least intention
oi estranging I be Knclnh masses. It ia im.
posjible io produce a more eloquent type of
me policy of ramming English rule down
Irish throats tlian the appointment of a
viceroy inheriting the blood and name of
the cut-throat and hideous miscreant Cas
tlereagh." Tho l'reeman's Journal says: "The ap
pointment of Lord Londonderry. Viscount
astlorengli, as vu-oroy of Ireland, and bir
.Mii hai l Hicks Kt-uch as chief secretary, are
ominous si;ns of coercion, but Irishmen are
prepared "
The loyalist press throughout Irelpnd
evprcs their delLt at the appointment of
Lord Londonderry.
Wirtrireri Socialist ('onspirarr
I ii-
fartliMt.
Warsaw, July :;o. -The police this
city have discovered the existence of a wide
spread conspiracy of a most dangerous
character. The object of tho conspiracy is
to foment a revolution in Russia, aud the
conspirators are closely connect.-d with the
Socialist organizations of other countries,
itrancbes of the Russian organization are
already established in l aris and St Peters
burg, and its membership embraces many
thousand nrsona The leaders have been
an esteil.
Turkey Arming.
UiMHm, July ;:o. A dispatch from Con
stantinople says that Turkey is actively
arming, l arge purchases of arms and am
munition hare already been made. Herr
Krupp, tho great German gun menu
facturer, has been sent heavy orders for
guns of large caliber, and Turkish officers
have been sent to Kssen to supervise their
construction. The Turkish government pro
poses to purchase-! 4i),(0 American riftes
latest and most improved pattern.
Ie I eass ps Una Confidence
i-akik, juiy aii-M, De Lesseps, at a
meeting oi tno ranaina shareholders Thurs
day, read a long report in which he took an
Osceodingly favorable view of affairs at the
isthmus. H holds that the canal will be
0)en to traffic before sm HB expressed
his confidence in his ability to secure the
necossary funds to complete the work, and
maintained that the ditllculty surrounding
.uuoiiicijium uuu oeen aeiloerately over
drawn. Will Celebrate the Kaiser's Klrthday.
Bhrlis, July Ml. -Arrangements are be-
ig niaue lor a titling celebration hv tho
Herman army of the emperor's flutb birth
day upon which occasion it is proposed to
onicers ana corns of the whole
army and also to found a philanthropic mili-
mu j lusiihuuon at Eeriin.
Khartoam Kazed hy Arnhs.
Caiho, July :-. Wassif Rev who hna
arrived here from tbe Soudan, reports that
uaa oeen razed by the Arabs.
He believes that a force marchinir M.
establish tbe khedive'a authority would now
meet with a welcome rather than resist-
nce.
German Hxpelleri.
Bkhlix, July 30. -The German irov..
ment ha: received advices to tbe effect that
the sultan of SomalL on the east r.i
Africa, has expelled the members of tbe
German East African tociety from that
country.
The Fast Freight Line.
M0XTK1-.AL, July Stt It U learned that
at a meeting of representatives of tbe fast
American and Canadian freight lines,
which was held at the Windsor hotel in
private, it was shown that the freight re
turns for Itisc were larger than those for
the three preceding years and that tbe
prospects for tbe future were brighter. L.
J. Sergeant of the Chicago & (irand Trunk
railway was elected president
Secretary Manninc.
Albany, N. Y., July SO. Secretary
Manning and h.s wife left here Thursday
morning for Watch, hill. The secretary's
neaiio oas steadily improved during hu
stay here, and his friends believe that per
manent recovery is now almost, certain.
Offcrman Island Picnic 0 rounds
Cluirchcg and societies desirm;; special
rates or transportation, should apply
early to Eli J. Frankland, P.O. drawer
E, Kock Island, 111., or coll at the island,
THE ANARCHISTS' TRIAL.
tlloody Clothes of Wonnded Policemen
Introduced In Evidence.
Chicago, July 3(.-Mr. GrlnneU an
nounced Thursday morning that all the
testimony for the state in tba Anarchist
trial would be laid before the jury by Fri
day evening. Dr. John B. Murpby who at
tended many of tbe wounded olllcers at the
Desplaines street station was examined, and
described at some length tho peculiar na
ture of shell wounds received by the police
men. K J. Epley, a county hospital physi
cian, testilied that he dressed Fielden's
wound about midnight on the night of May
4. Fielden told him he was crawling on the
pavement, trying to get away, when he got
tne wound.
U. H. Thomson, whom the defense said
lhoy wanted recalled with the view of im
peaching his testimony given Tuesday, was
put on the stand. Mr. Foster examined the
witness briefly without eliciting anything
new and with evident disappointment
with the impeachment process.
Lieut Bowler then took the stand and
produced a package of clothes which he had
taken from the officers on the night of May
I. Tho blood-stained garments were taken
out and exhibited and ottered in evidence.
Cnpt Kchaack, who has become prom
inently identified with the capture of the
Anarchists, dynamite and bombs, then as
cended the witnes.i stan t I In tho day of
Llngg's arrest he confessed fo the captain
to bating made bombs and used them.
Lingg said he was down on the police be
cause they clubbed him at Met 'orniick's.
Bombs were adopted because they were
more potent than revolvera He had learned
how to make bombs by reading Herr
Most's books. The gas pities, he said, he
found mostly on the streets All tho bombs
that he made had been fonnd at bis place
He made them, he said, and meant to use
theitL
FUNERAL OF H. O. THOMPSON.
The Head Politician Hurled with Masonic
Ceremonies The Pall Hearers,
New York, July "0. The services over
the body of Hubert (). Thompson began
Thursday morning. Only the family and
pall bearers werepresentaduringthisservice,
which was conducted by the Rev. L)r. Sew
ard. Numerous floral tributes were strewn
ai'ound the casket, one of which, from the
employes of the department of public works,
being especially beautiful
At 10:;!0 the remaios were borne out of
the Worth house to I rinlty chapel close by.
Fully 4,1100 people were assembled in the
vicinity of the chapcL
The pall-benrers were as follows: Mayor
(trace, iSecretary William C. Whitney, K
Kllery Anderson, Judges Allen, Truax, and
Andrews, district Attorney Martin, Police
Justice Power, Richard A. Cunningham,
(iilbert M. Spier, Jr., Surveyor Beattie,
and Allan Campbell.
Tbe church was crowded to overflowing
with personal and political friends. At the
conclusion of tbe services at the church the
coffin was placed in the hearse, and, followed
by the pall-benrers, members of the family
and the delegations from the various so
cieties, waa borne to the Oraud Central
depot, where a special train conveyed the
party to Wood Lawn. Tbe body wn
buried with Masonic ceremonies.
Virulent Fever in Pennsylvania.
I'lTTSBi nii, July M. Registrar Snlvelv.
of this city, representinsc the state board
cf health, reft for West Elizabeth, Pa.,
Thursday morning, for tbo purpose of as
siting in an autopsy on the remains of the
young man, (iibson, who died Wednesday
of tbe mysterious fever now epidemic there.
There is uroat difficulty among physicians
in satisfactorily treating tho disease, anil
it is on this account that the state board of
hea 1th ia commencing investigation! There
were throe deaths Wednesday from the
fever at West Klizabeth and one new case.
The condition of some ot the sixty patienta
now under medical treatment is critiiaL
It is feared that the epidemic has not vet
roaeueo: its limits.
Inter-Delimulnxllioial Conference.
FlTTsnrim. July SO. The crest inter
denominational Orphan Kvangelicai confer
enco was opened Thursday morning at al
ley camp, nineteen miles from this city.
Several hundred people, including many
prominent ministers of various denomlna
tlons from dilierent parts of the United
states are present. Among the denomlna
tions represented are the l .uthom, Baptist,
Kpiscopal, Protestant, Methodist, Vnited
Presbyterian, Reformed Presbyterian and
oiner rrosny lerlan churches. Iho conven
tion was opened with devotional exen iK-s.
I lie opoiiiii); a.idress was delivered by Rov.
M. U (iotwold, of Springfield, Ohio. A
discussion then took place on a number of
subjects.
An Alleged Murderer Arrested.
Clevelaso, Ohio, July 30. A man giv
ing his name as Jack King was arrested
lieu Wednesday night for stcnlinn a trunk.
At Iho Central station Thursday morning it
lounn mat uie man was Frank Bergh,
who is wanted at Detroit for tho murder
near that pure some months ago, of Frank
Knoch, his wife, Susan, and their four chil.
dren, whose charred bodies were found in
I be ruins of their house which bad been
burned after tbe murder, evidently to de
stroy the evidence of tbe crime. Knough
evidence was obtained, however, to fasten
the crime upon Bergh. He will be re
moved to Michigan.
Iieeaiiie Insane from firlef.
Toronto, Ont, July MO. Mra, Kmerson
Cotcsworth, the respected wife of a prom
inent citben, recently became insane from
grief over the dowufall of her young son
who bad taken to drink. While thus dis'
traded, she set fire to the premises ot the
dealer who supplied Br son with liquor
She was detected in the act and arrested,
but openly declared that abe would set lire
to the house other son's dettrover. She
was held for trial
Locomotive Engineers In Council.
TAironto, (int., July do. A meeting or
members of the Brotherhood of lxn-orootive
Engineers of tbe Lnitod States and Canada
was held here Wednesday. Bet ween ;iim
and sjiiu ensi iieers were in attendance, amoug
inem r. ju. Annnr, the head of the order.
It is stated that a harmonious feeling pre
'iiii. aim mat tne grievance committer
ave little or nothing to do. The members
will visit Siagara FalU
Cutting ICefnsea an Opportunity.
fi. i asi,, jex.. juit it cuttmir m
taken before tbe higher court Wednesday
'S" nu given an opportunity to employ
counsel but he refused to do so, saying he
was in tbe hands of his government, and
aid not recognize the court right to try
him for an offense committed on American
soil. He refused to answer any questions,
and was taken back to prison.
aforrlsnai Olapleauved.
Washiitotok City, July 30. Col Mor
rison is displeased with the remarks of As
sistant Secretary Fairchiid about tbe dis
honesty and disbonorableuess involved iu
the colonel's surplus resolution, and when
the resolution geto bock in the house be will
make, a speech, ia tbe course of which he
will pay his respects to Mr. Fairchiid.
?utic Hour.
Anyone bavin" business with the A nm-a
office after 6 p. m. (in the ercnt that the
office is f umed) will please rail at. Wil.
mans & Gait's news stand in the'iiostofflce
building, who are authorized to transact
business of every nature for the Akoud.
THE MARKETS.
O 1H-A..O. July 29.
Quotations o.i the board ciflnule ti-day wore at
follow-: VViuat No. 2 Julr, opened S3c noni
inal, closed Tt?i.c nominal; Aojrast, opened
I5?bC, ilustd Tiic tiid; September, opened
T??jc. clostsl VVr. (Vjrn N. a July, opened
43c, closed 4t!ic nomiiiHl: Atifrat. opened i&'jt
Closisl Wr; SeptemlMT, opened 47c, clos
tii'nc. cats-No. a .inly, open si ii;jc asked,
(ii Bed i'oV; AiiLUt, opened and ( loi-od IW'c;
Septemlier, op:ned .'.c. il. t'-d -."lc a.-ked
Pork July, op- n -il f fo.o.j, rloseif Tll.ir, U nominal;
August, opened Hl.ii.", d iso t J'l.yTJ-a; fseptcmtier,
opmed tlU.lll, rlo.'ed 111.11714.' Lard July,
opened li.?l, closed IRi.T- mmiin.-tl.
Live Stork -Tlie I'll ion stork yards report tbe
foliowins raneof prlees: Heirs Market opened
only moderately active and prices were fKitl'ic
lower; packers heubl i-loivly. hut shipoers did
very little; Jimssers self at. r.'.DKr.!.:; Iii;lit
yrydes, 8 i.;:jit l.'.nt: rua.di plc'uii, el .Hi&4.;i);
heavy psekin and sli'iipin,' 1 its, Jl.7.?i.v
Produce: Duller l-Air.i cr jimcry, Wric p-T
lb; eood dnlry, loi?il-!e. K . ;s stri. t'y frees, '.IH lit
loc per itox. Poult-y -S;.nu ; rliirfce-is, l'lc p-r
lb; spring daka er lb Iterrl.-s Hlack
raspberries. I..VI(41.til .. r Ifiqts; re I laspber
rios. $ljjAI.M jwr '-'t pt, case: bhikborries.
tl.Utjf l. per 10-iit ease; blueberries, $1.611. 7
per 113-qt Wx.
New Vtirlt.
New i oRa, J'y as.
Wheat .So ; ,eil ststc. '.'re.'lti ; No. I wane d-,
flc; No. '.'ml v.niler Aujiist, sl'.c; do f'ptem
Iter. Kit(c; do 'elols'r. si. ;lt t' iru N'e ' mi:el
rasa, r.'e; do July. :-lc:d An-.ti-t. 51',-. out;
No. Iwhitesliite. r.'.lir; No. ' u., t'.'e. No a
mlsed.U4Ust. :14-. d.. pie uls-r :;i -t-. Uc
Iiidl. Parley N-:niuat. io.k-(uict; new m-s.
ill V.v..- l.07'i Inr l I'l.s, .Vii-ust, $.i.;t4 seJr.-,n-11,
it.M in tots r.
V. f.oe,s. Jly -.-O.
Wheat Stton.' aed hi:i,-r: N"i. . rid cash,
7.V; Ansust. ;'l;e. l'o:n-l xi lied ami !,,(o."ic
tliher: No. -J n-w e: sli. Ii.i4l' c; Alleust.
Iljc; Hi ptemoer. I' ?-j . ;i'- Finn ant V.otc
bifj.r: No a misid ' asb. J.'jf.s,; August.
Jl V bbl; Si iiteuiber. -".i .e. i;ye- Firm; M'-c.
Wliisky-lsleiily; Jl.pl. I .1 :-tr.ull! ; I0.50.
1-jnd K11 111 . it;.:!."'
SI il c. anllec. ,
Mil M Al'liErC. J'lly '
Wheat sie.idj; c..i-h. 7i:,e; An-.'ust. "c;
Si pteiiiber. :.'4i. 1'orn liilei; No. ?, 4411e;
ilats-niit. N.i. V, -7'..r Kvc I'nll; No. 1
lie. Lsrb y l.ouir; Si pieinber, i'ii':,.1e
Intioit.
Iitr 1 .11. Ju'y ii.
Wheal-tjiii't: 'ash we'e. ;it'4i-; i:isiiMliiii
i:an n d. '4r. No. - r- I.
AuLUst; itli . Septemlii r .
i'n: asked U:its No. ,
bid.
'. '-ii- c.i h ; ';C bid
- . 1 'cto'-er otn
No -' tbi!e. 40i;o
lol.-oo.
T.lri.
1. Ju'y '.
u best A- ir-e and st-iely ; 1 :i-li 771.. . An-
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liay Timelbt ll in)
H ly-Wild -fT nil
Kve -..
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Polaioes Klc.
Onions tslr.
rotil Sofi tie - I1s.1i sr.
I'onl Wooa $t.oi.i
straw-.s.l?l
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