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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JULY 30. 1894.
'abhakaa Dally aaa fnklf M 1M tin
Avaaaa, Bock hind III.
J. W. Fomii
Tf RJiaDailf, M tet.li per nit. Hackly,
ai.w pn uihii; ia unuei ii.au.
All taalatloaa at a critical or Hfnamu
nfm character, political ar icllgloaa, ainat bat.
Tal amiH attarbe4 for pablloatioa. Mo aneh
article. wt!l b prlatad Ictittooa alfuaturt.
('MTavondrnw aotlerted from entry lowsabtp
a Rock Inland anaaty.
Monday, Jilt SO. 1894.
Tilt IVoria Herald sars the re-elec
tion of the present republican sena
tor irotn Illinois, wouM be a Cullom
itj which Ihe people will not brio
upon i lie Place.
SnEuwtxw Dixon-, of Dixon, en
tera upon his duties as United States
district attorney for the Northern
district of Illinois tomorrow, sue.
ceding Tom Milehrist, of Henrv
A womas who was elected a police
justice of a Kansas town has effec
tually solved the tramp nnestion.
The tirt jjrntleman of leisure" who
was brought before her for judg
ment was sentenced to two baths a
day for ten days and to hard labor
in the st'ims pi'lc", with the order that
he be fed if he worked and Carved if
Le shrirLi-d. The culprit .-urvived
the ordeal, but now the firft jue;.lli.n
a tramp ak- on ncproaching a Kan
sas town is whether the police jude
ia a man or n woman.
Tnr follow ui hot weather poetry
was ground out by the agricultural
editor as he sat sunning himself on a
dry poods box: -I want to bo a
farmer and till the virgin soil, and
labor in the sunshine to stew and
sweat an 1 boil. I want to own larjje
ai res whereupon the rye to sow, and
watch the cornstalks waving and
hear Ihe mortae prow. I want to
be a farmer aud prow the Hubbard
squash, the pumpkin and potato and
i. iher stuff, by posh; I want to be a
farmer. I do upon my soul, but
have n't pot a rhino to buv a oiher
hole." r 1
Is his course both as to enforcing
federal law in C'hicapo anil puttinp
down reUllion apainst the laws of
the couuiry. as well as in advising
with the senate as to tarilT reform.
President Tleviland has but followed
the example of the father of his
country. I'rusidtnt Washington sent
fed-ral troops into the state .f Penn
sylvania to suppress the whisky re
belli'jn without a ri'ijurt from the
governor of that st:tte. Whicgton.
when president, also went on the
floor of the senate w ith some Indian
treaties and a-ked the advice of the
senate, desiring an answer then and
there. This was on August i'2, 17!.
The I'uion's disappointment over
the defeat of its aspirations to force
Kx-Congressman W. H. Gest oa the
republicans of tho Tenth congres
sional district sctnis to be of the un
quenchable sort, and will not down,
and all that should uttend a political
organ's policy to preserve party har
mony and forget the pa.-t is lost siht
of. Commenting on the fact that
there is disappointment in White
side couuty or the defeat of Alfred
Ilaylie-s for the nomination for
siaie superintendent oi public in-,
struetion. the morning paper thus
bewails its miserable fate: "Having!
but lately rcaMed how far apart tho !
cup of expectation and the lips of
rcau.auon may sup through the
adroitness of opponents and failures
of friends, the republicans of Hock
Island arc in a position to sym
pathise with their brethren ot ihe
otuT side of the Meredonia."
A Cbmtt Ptory.
Ilero ia a phost story dim of a larfrc
clusa and therefore more likely to f.o
Teraeion, t4jnrinlly us it first nav the
light in a London pTur. It has uu aj
TN'urntiiii of strict and even nam w
truthfnliir. There was a wrtrtin Cap
tain lilombTfr. of ihiiuu r'rii.ient un
known, on iictivo service in America,
l ive or six or Ids brother oilieers, he lie
ing t'Uguitfd on duty aoo mib-s away,
Wtro iliuing top tlier. The. tlcx.r
opemd, and Captain Llonibcrjr np
Inured, to everybody's surprise. With
out sixnkiiiir. ho wulketl in nnd sat
down in a vucnnt rlmir. They all asked
htm how lie came them.
To their questions ho mnrlo no reply.
Then one of theia said, "Ulomberg. aire
l)n thi lie rose and replied, "Whn
yim ko Lack tf London, take my son to
tho queen and In to be hisiiruteti
or." This said, lio wa!kitl out of the room
m 1m had com in. A few daya after
ward tlio news ennio that lie liad been
killed in aetiou ou tho Very day and at
the sumo honr of Iiis appeanuicc.
It in pleivdnRt) record that tho qneen,
on whose favir the gallant officer may
have hud souk) claims, did jrotrt the
son. who became, chaplain in ordinary
to his majesty, deputy clerk of the kind's
closet, canon residentiary of fst Paul's
and vicar of bt. Giles, Cripplcgrc
New York ComnierciuL
Hit liar. th Trombone.
Mrs. C B. Lolond is the basso trom
bonist in tho orchestra of the r'ir.-ft Haj
tist Hnndny srliuol of Laltiuior,". She
begnu the study of the instrument soiuo
time Ut i:u-tiu!ly for the beneut of her
hcr.lth, and she hits not only made a
au'Tesa of it magically, but 'as expand
ed her lnugs and improved Lit health
Rrw -titl ly. Eal t i more Jtau.
The thirteenth race Itctween the Britan
nia and Vigilant adds one more to tha
r.ritannia'a score -Brittanuia 10, Viilat
Tlis Democratic state convention of
North Dakota voted for fusion with the
IVoulist aud nominated Dudd Iiceves, of
liuM in, for con cress. Iteeves declined to
run on a fusion ticket and X. J. Lurimore
wiut put iu his p'.Hce. Ic-es now an
noimcrs biniself as a candidate oa a
straight Democratic platform.
James Mnllinn. who was noted in con-ms-tion
with certain letters ot James G.
lil.iine that floured in the house investiga
tion of certain railroad matters, is dead at
his home, Mnyiianl, Mass.
John Knbcl, a farmer, aud his daushter.
Mrs. liuok. were kilh-d in a runaway at
New Mnrtiiisville, V. Va., and Mrs,
Hook's 4-) car-old daughter fatally in
jured. It has leer. d iscorered that the totl steal
In of O.-neral S. W. Fersuson, treasurer
of the Mi.-i-f.il. pi levee lioard of Missis-sil-pi.
amount to iW.onn, fu,(KX) more than
oriinnll- reported. The gtaeral is noa
est invent us.
If. Ik Iliirleisli, 75 yenrs old, has just
completed a oiikkj drive from his farm iu
r-Hiuth Dakota to his old home at Buffalo.
The distance is 1,351 milts.
An unkconu man, who may be Georse
A. lltn ke, was killed in a collision on the
Cinoti I'kc.uc at Ci.huiibus, Xcli.
Mayor Caldwell, of Ciuciuuati, went out
on the Ohio in a leaking boat nnd came
within an ace being drowned with a
dozen or mare other prominent citizens.
The French parliament, has ndjunrucd
sine d.e, after pan-in i a most drastic meas
ure npiint nu irchists.
Andrew Carnegie it atrain renorted to
have declared iu favor of free trade for
this country. 1 he interview is printed iu
ti;e Ijjiulon nncinccrin; Uwiew.
In mi Oklaliuma knit f.ir divorce filed by
a hur.li.md he cl.anres extreme crneltv.
the principal specilication being that the
wifo would pull the bed clothes off him
iu winter and pour Lot water ou him iu
Louis Mans went to r.ushnell. Ills., and
drank half a pint of clear alcohol. His
funeral occurred ie xt day.
While the Kaunas penitentiary officials
were attending a circus at Leavenworth a
"uai prisoner j;ot out and away ou a state
Tin: employes cf Wolf & Co., of Chicago,
SOU iu nuuibar, struck to a man against a
cut iu wages. The firm deals ia peddlers'
lltils for riot da maces have been pre
sented to Chicago so far as follows: Pit ts
bnra. Ciiicinuati aa.l St. L-juis railwav,
HtSMWi; I'itt.-burg, Fort Wuyue and Clli-c.-io,
Row Try This
It will cost Vol! nothing nnd will
Slirelv (in vou L'ood. if von h;ivo n
cough, cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. Dr. Kind's
'fw 1'iscoverv for consiimni on
coughs or colds is guaranteed to give
relief, or money will be paid back.
iiii.erers irom ia grippe toumt it just
the thing and under its u.-c had a
speedy and perf.-ct recovery. Try a
Siimple bottle at our expence "and
learn for yotir.-eif just how good a
thing it is. Trial bottle free at Ilartz
and L'hnever's drug store. Lar"e
size 5'je and ifl.
S. II. Clifford, New Castle. Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia nnd
Kltouuiuliftu. his stomach wai dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and lie was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
K.lward Sheppard, Ilarrisbnrg, 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years' standing.. Used three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
boxes of l'.uckley's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sotind and well. John
Speal cr.Catawba. Ohio.had flvn lnrr
fever sores on his leg, doctors said he
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Hitters and one box Huckiev's Arnica
salve cured him entirely. Sold by
Ilartz & Flicmoyer's drug store.
lltTKLKs's AKMC'A SALVE.
The best salve in the world for
ruts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
theum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruption, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 tents per
box. For sale by Ilartz & Uilcmeyer.
Too Itot fur the Iloime.
Washington. July 3. Tne house did
ull the business it fell like doing by 'J:20 p.
m. owing to the (.titling temperature. A
few private bills were passed and a jjint
resolution adopted further extending
the appropriations until Aug. 14.
Killed tiy a Lightning Stroke.
I'AXA, Ills., July ). One mile south cf
Oiilu.uu. near here, Getty Van Duren, well
known throughout this couuty and for
merly foriuuu of the bos department of
the Cnion stock yarua at East bu Louis,
was killed by lijihtuing.
Why Ju Van I.lveT
"I live (or those who love mr.
For those mho kenw me true.
For the bcm ni that ben l aliovc ma,
For the good that I can du."
Bat O. thut fnt woull p vc mc.
AuJ bundredt sty so, too.
Pome s ife and potent airency
Tliat would my hinltu renew.
Cf eoa'ac. hrciniie then yon would be more
oai-rul toly.tur fcllowmcn. Well, thit wi hed
rucaircticy la Dr. i'lrrce'e Golden Midi.al Die
ccvery. There ia nothing that can compee with
the I:;oTcry" a a curative njjent for roir
stomach, ennrt pation, Iniiurc bluod, bilinunncss.
Ilv-racd kldnry truuhl-t. Pierce guaraniccs a
Koyal Ituuy" Jlye M hlsky
Is a "Bye as a Bye," naturally rli-cned and
rra from all furviea Caror and adultoranu, guar
nUsd para and over eleven years of age, recora
mendod to tbe connoisaear m a meritorious arti
cle worthy of tha confllecce of invalids, conva
lcroenl and the and. Bee that our name la
blown In bottle. 1 1.00 per quart botilc.
MtOTAL KCBY" FOKT M'INK
pure, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invali is, convalescents and the azed. It restorae
lost TltalltT, creates atrcneth and appetite, bnllds
up the weak and debilitated, quarts, 11. Flnta,
6U caiila. rut up on honor and rnarantccd by
KOYAL WINE. CO, Chicaco.
For tale at Harper Bouec Pharmacy, and by
William t'lcnduuin, llulinc
LESSON OF THE DEBS STRIKE,
As Head by Hnmuel ;nipcra, of the I d
rrutlon of Ibor.
Xew Vor.K, July 80. Samuel Goniprrs
will i ublish in the August number of The
Americau Federationist an editoiii.l on
the great western railroad strike entitled
"The Strike atid Its Lessons." The loson
briefly is that it. will direct attention to the
underh inu wrongs of modern society and
make the foolish as well as the wise ask:
"Whither are we dnftiug?" In this virw
of the case, although the strike has failed
of its prime ohjwt, Gompers thinks it will
be of inestimable value.
He then eulopizt-s K V. Delis ns o:ie of
tha world's noblest sons, the strike bav
ins; revealed him in that character. In
defense of tho refusal of the federation
to order a sympathetic strike Goi.!i. rs
says that the proposition Debs ma ic lo
the managers was nu acknowledgement of
defeat in the main object, aud thiit the
men were then on a strike for their Id
positions. 1 1 view of this fact Gompers
leaves it to all workmen whether it w.h.U
have been wise to order a general strike.
Apart from the consideration of connect
between, men and employes Goii:k-
thinks such n strike would have been "t'.io
greatest mistake ,tue most p.ilp ib!e v rouu',
ever inflicted npou the workers of oar
Vill Sell Their Straw Th. mselves.
VandaI.ia, His., July SJ. The Straw
Hau'iers' associat ion, w hich was organized
here, has attempted to rua a boycoli on
the Yandaliu Taper Mill companv. A
number of farmers eat if the river h id
eiiK.-.ped their straw to the paier mi!l and
all last week were delivering it. K; ial!y
L S. Sandago was waited upon bv st v
end of tho strikers and warned lint to
haul any more straw, lest his waj;ou
should be overturned and the s.r:.v
burned. Others not iu the association
hive likewise been threatened. The uou
uuiou haulers have armed themselves and
are determined to deliver their stri.iv at
t:ie erii if their lives.
A cup of Parks' Tea at night moves
the bowels in the morning without
Cain or discomfort. It is a great
ealth giver and blood pui::i.r.
Sold by Ilartz & L'llcmeycr.
ZZrs. Sarah r. Combs
All Broken Down
Weak, Nervous, Dizzy Spells
Hood's Sarsaparilla Perf sctly Cured.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
1 had beta in poor health lor a lonR time.
Tor years my ap;etiic was very poor. Supper
was my best meal, but even then I could not
sleep nights and I had to walk the floor a gr-at
deal at night I was very nervous and b.i 1-e-quent
dizry spells and headaches. I suJered
with pains in my bowels.
I Did Kot Think I Could Liv
three months whrn I decided to try Tfood's Bar.
saparilla for my blood. Before I had used one
bottle I began to feel lwtter and my p.i.-.e:ite
Improved. I was troubled with constipation, so
I pot a box of Hood's Vegetable Pills. Socn
I passed a knotted tape worm 23 feet Ions.
At once the pains in my bowels ceased nnd
though very v.cak, I began to pick up in sip;-
tile and strength. I am no longer troublcr' with
headache or dizry spells, and sleep sounulv. I
nm perfectly won and work hard each day."
Jilts. Sakah F. t'oMns. Auburn, Mass.
HOOd'S PiliS cure all liver ills, biliou- ut
Jaundice, ludigestiuu, sick headache, lie
IKEEP IT I
1? "aii" jfJJ-spr'' i
Ii " fiflf 1 I
And it will Keep You Cool I
; jnnK u wnen yon nrpinirwy; WDPn ran C
etp tired : whfn yonannvrhtte(l. Wrifv r
: evryoti tf tlmt m health -ftlvtng tuupenuue
: drink w 111 C- you cotxi, ctrtnk
! niREsr i
I R.ootbeer i
j Ar.pkR.makPSSm!lons. Boldeverywher-
j 8a4 1c. Ran, fbr brmntlflil pieturv eartfa ied bo k r.
r Tbe Chan. I- Ilirea Philadelvhhu I
ullU!lu;lliiiliifTiimiiii-iiiii.m:mii iiii..,r, jj
Easily, Quickly, Permsnerttly Restored.
yXri H'feTiPSB, KriTonsafUH.
f Deltllily, and all tbetraiu
Y-P'ZrJS ct cvili. fn.tu early rrmno r
a-yi! lat er nnwT. 1 he resu!' i.f
,-erwork. siekness, worry.
co:. r uuiirenKtn,uevi 1
OTiment and tone piven to
every ornaa and ponii u
of the IxHly. fciuySe, nu t
cral methods. Imr.ieui
atc imnrovement. nn
imposclble. a,ftm referems. l.mjc.
cxpianutiou and proofs moiled (scaled) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, H.Y.
For Sale or Rent.
CAKLE HOUSE AT CABLE, ILL.
We will sell hotel and lurniture or
rent the house and sell the furnilttre
to party who rents. Good location
and good transient patronage.
Terms reasonable. '
D. II. Smitij & Sons, Props.
A STRANGE CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled.
The frtilowlns frranhic statement will he
rend with intense iDUnst: "I rannot deMTihe
thi nm.il, rree y sensation that exiMed in my
arms, hands and leg:;. I had to rub and beat
those :tri.s uni il tiiev were sore, toovert-ome
in a Dieasure lie dea'd feeliiiK that had taken
possession of them. In aduition, 1 had a
Mianitc v.c;.kniss In my bark and fi round my
waist, together it li an indescribablo gonu"
I"eiins in my siomaeli. l'hysieians said it
w:;s creep, ni; paralysis, from whieh. nc-ord-ina
to thi ir universiil eon.-rlusion, there is no
relief. Once it fastens upon a pet-son, they
s;iy, it continues its insidious progress until
it nviches a vital point and t he sm'i'erer dies.
Sueh was my prispi't. i hail been doetorinir
a ye:ir and a haif steadily, bet with no par
lietiiar benefit, when 1 shw sri advertisement
of lr Miles' lie-torative lser ine, procuivd .1
bottle ajid liegan u.-.inn i;. Marveious as it
may seem, but a few days had passed tw-fore
every bit of that rrex-py feeling had b f t nw
and there has not. been even tho sliffhtest
Indication .f its return. now feel as
Weil as 1 ever did. and have gained ten
pounds in v. eiiht. though 1 had run dovtu
from J70 io la?. Tour oibers have used lir.
Miles' l:eston;tivo Nervine on my recoinen
dation, and il lots been assatisfaiMory in their
cases as iu ii:ine.' James K:im La Kue. O.
lr. Miles' Kextorative Nervine issout by all
crurgists on a hisltivc guaranteo, or sent
direct by tl.i: Dr. Jdilcs Meuiral .o., F.ikhart,
Ind.. on ls-ceipt of price, 61 "r lHttle. six
lioitles forr... mim prepaid. It hs tree from
oiiiutu, or d;u:cruus uruc'
Paiiilcs?ly, rositivcly. Perfectly. Tcr
Without Surpeal Oteration ordcten
tioa from liusiness.
No pnv for traTinert until cared. Pin raw cf
i ra in- or ttc'i.u tne :-TUi.iiciinr cut
thout thr np of knife.
Uiout jiam at li e
MM Hnd SsrElca! Institute
- S--- lki- v
AITOERSON & ROSE.
CONSULTATION IS FKF.E
PentiBtier.tl Lor.utd 1b the Hrai Bl"rk.
second aLd Uraay streets, liavcbtwrt, Iowa,
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
Dn, AfiiiwuM'1 Tto;w are crad-jM of the
lefdinfr mtdir.pl coliet-ep of this country, nd
with 20 years' expurienca in ire treatment of
chtouic uiiici..f s.
CATAEKH. TnttOAT AND LrNGS.
They mccepfullT trrnt Catarrh, throat and
Lur.pti, dieeft-.ee of the tiiirestive orsnn, dyn
sia, liver trou&ics, coiis'.lpation, enronic d.ar
KIPKET ASD CKISAET
Troubles pecdl!y removed.
Tl-.e most aisrrsvated caseti are speedily and
permanently cured by our lie w method of treat
LADISS AFFLICTED Special attention !rji
to all diwnsep peculiar lo women. viy fr.ility
and advantace for th- treatment asd speedy ra
mova! of tins clasp of dineanea.
Electricity Its Scientific Applica
tion. Fnrial MfmW.pi, as moles, snfernnoas bair
wirie mart, tumors, wens, etc., removed by eiac
FLOOD AND SKIS DISEASES.
All troubles ar a:nc from Impure h'.oM, scrof
ula, erema. tetter, tumor, ulcets. etc.
Can be consulted cond!r.-:y hy letter or othar
wise. rVt-.d 4 ren'f for qoent'oi. blank. Address
Dits. A"Dil'.iS A KUsi, Hyts block, Daven
TBBKBI BATH 18MS
Baths of all kinds, inclndino
Turkish, plain, s! ampoo, elec
tric, electrti-tbermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Hath Rooms, on the Crst floor oX
the Harper House.
For Ladica From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. lor Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
JoJLin Voile 3e Co,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring
And ail kinds e wood work or b-iUdsra.
eighteenth St. bat. Third and Fonrtb avaenee.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
P"niCAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC
Railway Depot correr Fifth avenue and
i ainj-arsi reel, r ranc li. riommer. Agent.
Denver Limited Omh.. It 2 SS am 3 -K am
Ft. Worth, Denver A K.C.. t :4S aa ll:lpm
K. P St. Joe A Minneapolis t am 8:pa
umutc Dea Motors It T:Mtn a:iu pm
t hnha A Koutt City Kl:l am 5. no am
Dinah a A Dea Volnes Ez... 7:.V)am t t.:Siipm
tllm.ll, JS. llo. WAlnna V r MM.A . n. t S.1K mm
Denver, l incnln A Omaha... 2:M)am tS:3uam
St. f anl A Minneapol s 6: am t S:5i pra
81, Paul A Minneapolis.... l:Snam t B:lam
Ht. Joseph. Atrhioon A K.C S:45am t :00 pm
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C. 4:40 am til :anpm
Kansas Cltv A St. Joarph. ll m pm 6: am
iltock Island A Wsthrajrum. 1 am t 8:30 pra
H airago iws Moire l a:ic,pm'T i win
Arnval. t Deparmre. tDMiy.eiceptSBDday,
All otliers dally. Telephone 10M.
F. B.HnsiA) A(t.
BrRLfSOTOW ROTJT-C.. B. Q. B AIL
way Depot First avenue and bixteenlh
St. Louis Expnas
St. Lnnis Exprena. ........
St. Paul Paosenircr
P'ernnK PuMerrer ,
V M KIT.
A :4& piti
i t:ii i
7 :! i
8 :4S pm
fHlCAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL
Failwav Kaclne A Saatbwestarn Division
Dcpn Twentifth stn-et, between First and
Second avenues, E. D. W. uolmea. Agent.
Mail and Express..
St. Paul Express...
4 :UU pm
S :i pm
1 .45 am
Dock Islaxd a Peoria Railway
F. A. iloccwell. Agent.
Fart Mail' Express
: LAva ; Abritb
.i S:0& am T:W pi
8:Sipre 11:14 am
I H:in m 8:(m pa
DiRLixtiTOK. Cedar Rapids a
on hum Patltray, depot fnot cf ilradv
street. Davenport. Ju. atorton, Utn. Ta t A
La-v I Arhivk
M :4o timiblU.:!5 am
,1)7 :3U i nil blrno am
West Libertv Tr.n
" Xo. "
tN;.rtb. jSinin .
1 17 'iTj pm
h3:40 pm bit :4Sam
a 18 :45pm bs:(Xiam
a Daily. bDai'.y except Snndar. tlioinff nonh
tGoinK Sonth and east. o. 18 tuna between
Cedar Hupids and Wr-t Libeity.
Superior Service to
St. Louis, Mo.
And Intermediate Points
. We now offer to the puMic a good
route to and from the above cities
via Peoria and the Chicago, Peoria dt
St. Louis By. as follows:
Lv Rock Island. S.05 a ni 2:50 p m
Ar Peoria 11:20 am 5:10 pm
Lv Peoria 11:55 am 7:45 pm
Ar Springfield.. 3:15 p m 12:45 a ni
Ar St. Louis 7:10 p m 7:00 a tu
Lv Bt. Louis 7:45 am X:15put
Lv Springfield. .11:45 a m 2:15 am
Ar Peoria 8:05 p m 6:50 a m
Lv Peoria 4:110 pm 8:00 am
Ar Rock Island. 7:50 pm 11:15 am
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Kock Island. 111.
How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD
bUAl' POWDER free of charee:
BUY -OUR LADY" SOAP?
Cut off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When vou have
S5 pictures of our Anti-Wash.
board Soap Towder, take them
to your grocer or present them
at our office and you will receive
FREE a 4-pound package, worth
25c We make this liberal in
ducement to quickly introduce
Our Lady Soap and
Anti-Washboard Soap Powder
And hold 3 good until ail wrap
pers on which this offer is print
ed, is presented to us.
Warnock & Ralston
Soap Makers, Rock Island.
AND ECCMOHIZE YOUR TIME, HUSBAND YCU5?
pTREnGTH fit InCREASE YCU3 PLEASURE BTCSKC
SANTA CLAU5 301!
DEST PUREST AGO HOST ECONOMICAL
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Better Than Ever!
Prettier Than Ever!
More Popular Than Ever!
HIGH GRADE $
I Pure White Oxfords
fi For Ladies Hare You
111 rr 1
They are by far the Prettiest and most Stylish
White Oxfords ever made, and the very late swell
New York Toe.
We are Leaders cf Fashionable I"o"tv;c-r
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Cor. Second and Harrison
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See our spring
And summer Suits.
Our purpose in advertising: is to let evirylr ly
who buys clothing that is all mankind h-t
about know that our suitings arc in. zr.l :':.t
finest ever displayed in the city. You ire
respectfully invited to call and see the Ltcs:
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
J. H. SCHAAB,
Cyclone Roller Mills sr.J
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
July Clearing Sale ;
Of Ladies Hats, Duck Suites, and Wrappers- II, re
are Some of the Great Bargains we Offer.
fj.50 and f5 Hats co at ...
3.00 and ti.75 Hats go at . '. . '. ! ,
tl-75 and $ 1.23 Hats go at
All our Duck Suites at cost. See these -r r.t
bargains before you purchase. These goods m
go regardless of price.