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THE ABGUB, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1894.
rtkteM Odf aa Week? at MM
iwm Back 111 Q.
J. W. POTTBB,
Tains Dtilf, erea HlWlt WMkly,
1.00 re tna;ta saraacett JS.
A3 coBMiialmlo of s ttlUcal at aumeata-
imi, seBtieal e reUctoea, area have
feel MM aitecaes for peeUeatfea. o eeck
rtttlea ana ae ariatc4 eeer tcrtioaa tenant.
rorTeepeeAeaee MRatt4 rroai eeer lowaeMp
la t-wa Ulaa4 anaaty.
Foe Srato Ttunua Vuntra
Tot li. of Rtboola Bmt IUab
Fee Traorr tuiuo J. Ctaeetrr
Trow of trrU ( Ob Jcvu U. rra.
rtty o Tm c ruiDtni,
fcO,f . ( 1'U.TIB L. PLxaa.-Te,
Fof If eat NT ofCoafrru Josai W. Ouos
Tat mm. of On. A mb,.j....J. U. X cruets
For Coaztr J tic
Tor Coer.tr Or Ciibk Waisbact
Tar atr.ff. CaaaLss w. Stora
Pot Tresrr Cvar D. Gaeoo
Tor sr of Srbool CaaaLM B. Kiwuu
Vftldat, 0tobi.r 3 1894.
J i !r,! vi from today's weather.
Senator Cul.orn must alreaJy be
headed in this direction.
Jvr. M. Dvnox. alitor of the
Crth.ce, Republican, died very
pB-Mi-ilr at the home of his brother,
W. T. iNvidjon. at L-witown, Satur
day tiiornio, lat. Mr. Davidson
a torn in Madison county, 111.,
Mar ii. 12.
t. Lcn Kepi m.ic: We under,
stand front Gov. McKiniey thatcheap
ujar rui'ke a prosperous man. while
arbeapcoat makes a cheap man.
Wheal has fallen from ll.io to !
of-iits !a SO tears of republican rule.
What kind of a man docs that make?
Aipf. from the truck biil incident,
Senator Co Horn has been a better
reprt Mutative cf the state of Penn
ey! vtria than of Illinois in the United
Mate senate. The mill owners and
mire owners of the Keystone state
could all testify to that if they
Jon Taek considers the pros
pect f !iitj a republican senator
in lh;. state Lupe. He confesses
in a rt-ect cocCdential letter to the
faith ui that it will take a republican
majority .f V).ty or 6 u0 to do it.
TL r- riainty of Mielby having to eo
to work for a living is" terribly dis
co ura-irij to the Cu'lom ?an.
Thk Union in a half column article
a:t' up: to contrast the relative in
dividual merits of Vice President
.-.son and Senator Cullom makes
attri as attempt to roast the tice
pro-Went of tb United Stales and to
estol ar.d laud Senator Cullom. It
litr-s ti jrhtinz mvl over the troth
fu! serti.-n that the vice president
romei t Itock Island to discuss a
yrf it principle, while the senator i
solely ont cu a little campaign on
ki own account. Then the Union
rf!te the senator's public services.
rar f :!!y overlooking his support of
thf Illinois truck store idea, butcom
m.n! Lit interstate commerce act,
ULiler m hich the railroad companies
we re t rabled to enlist federal aid in
puttir.;; down the recent A. K. U.
strike, as the bright act of his public
servici-. It is a fact that in all the
time Senator Cullom has been in pub
lic lift, his only distinctive acts have
been his efforts to benefit the mine
owners and mill owners of Pennsyl
vania. The Arena Telegraph Report.
In view of the wonderful and
steady growth in the circulation of
Tur. Ai:;is. and realizing the in
creased and increasing demand of its
readers fr.r the latest news, not only
of a loal but a ptiieral nature, ar
rangements have been completed
for tha complete afternoon report of
the Western Associated Press, tbe re
ception of which was commenced bv
The AK'irs yesterday. While the
paper has always received tele
graphic information of the leading
events of tbe day, and the service
has bvrn gradually improved year by
year, the fart that a service sur
passed by none in the country, and
which is the same that the leading
papers receive has been provided
for Tiik Akx;s, will be received by
its renJeri with much satisfaction.
No other paper in Rock Island
i-ounty has attempted for years to
furnich its readers with telegraphic
Dews, and The Ai:ot s having now
attaiu'-d the highest degree of per
fection in its general as well as city
news, now leads all its competitors
la a more perceptible degree than
With these increased advantages,
placing tho paper side by side with
the !x-st afternoon journals in tie
west, and with tbe possession of the
Cox perfecting P" toe finest in
the tluee cities, Tur. Awu s content!
itself with the fart, and that loo
witbont undue egotism, that it is
prepared to serve its readers with
the best in the newspaper line.
What II Boea lialned.
Harper's Weekly, which was one
of the most pronounced journals in
the country in its castigation of the
trut senators, speaking of the new
tariff Id II, says:
With ll it defecU, it must be
recogtiiied as the most valuable and
significant act of our government in
its exercise of the power of taxation
daring this generation. For many
years all legislation on the subject of
tariff became a traffic in the powers
of the government a system of part
ner between cliques of particular in
dustries, in which the privilege of
levyiug a tax for one clique was
granted in consideration of a similar
privilege given another. This sys
tem reached its culmination in the
McKinley act of 1890. in which scien
tific principle of public economy was
defiled, and taxes were imposed with
hardly a pretense of regard for the
interests of the people at large, but
solely with a view to meeting the
demands of the favored producers.'
It is to take the place of this or
ganized rapacity and extortion tbe
new tariff becomes part of our reve
nue system. The Weekly then
pointsout specifically what has been
In the first place, the law has
made certain the replenishment of
the treasury aad removes all risk of
a further increase in the permanent
national debt. Again it insures the
cheapenicg. to a substantial extent,
of a multitude of the necessaries and
comforts of life, reducing the cost of
living of every household, without
weakening the'resources of the gov
ernment. Clothing of every de
scription, cloths, dress goods." blan
kets and carpets will be cheaper and
better everywhere for its passsge.
Imported food, woods and lumber,
ceina and glassware, pocket knives
and table knives, nearly all the com
pleted goods, the ue of which is so
iarire a part of civilized life. to"th.
er with th m?Ai-i1 rtf vV.ink t V, i
are made, share in the large reduc
tions of duty. These changes alone
will certainly, within a few mortbs,
make every" man's daily earnings
more valuable to him now". But thev
will do far more than this. They
will do much to revive depressed in
dustry and to restore general pros
perity. A pretense is made by a few
manufacturers cf anticipated distress
from the reduction of certain protec
tive duties, but for this we can lind no
foundation in the law. Kven the ex
orbitant profits of certain forced and
petted industries, which never could
have existed without artificial subsi
dies, at the general cost, have been
treated tenderly. But enough has
been done to give a real and import
ant help to those industries which
are not and can not be fostered by
taxation, and which mut always
constitute by far the greater part of
the economical activity of an r com
munity. Thus the law in ail its
parts will it-elf be a continued object
lesson to the voters, teaching them
that the interposition of needless
taxes can never benefit the people as
a whole, but that every removal of
them is a national boon."
But the brightest feature of the
new act is found in the fact that it is
a turning point in tariff legislation.
It signalizes the final stare of trust
and monopoly protection. That ex
periment has broken down." "In tbe
new law,'" says the Weekly, conclud
ing its able'paper, -the nation has
turned its face toward justice,
toward lasting prosperity, toward
ultimate freedom of trade, and the
movement henceforth will be ia that
The talk of tlu corrf5pond"nt at Shan g
haiisthzrt th fn:pTor of China is to 1
tl.-thronl and bis j.-,b given to the son of
f iiwa'ik'v ar'd St. Iuis breweries have
riabli.-Ji!-d bjrtlinfr works at f-an Fran
cisx. A prowTt has lieen sTaru-d at Monteridoo
to -s:i!liU a niTV steamship line to the
Ib-nrr B. Foulke, pmsidtnt of the Ma-hatnia-
and lender of tbe colony of the-os-i;hit.
which bus located near Presi
dent CliTelfind's Buzzard's Bay home,
aniioiinces that an apparition of the Mes
siah !; eppcan-d at Ons1 Bay. Mass., ia
rmii'fti'in with Madame Blnratky's fol
lowers, and be pn-Uiets portentous polit
ical calamitus iu an anarchist uprising.
ap has been S".il-ititaTed for wax on
the recording stirfuce of the phonograph
by a Berlin Inventor. The advantage gained
i thut iap is unaflTccted by ordinary
changes of tcmiH'raturc.
(Vml barges towed by steamers an-about
to lie introduced as a novel experiment in
the trade between the Hutnbcr and Lon
don. Iliilip C. Reil'y. conralar agent of the
United States at Bocas Del Toro, Colom
bia, is d.-ad.
The United States court of appeals at
Cineianati has decided that a strei-t rail
way franchise Is not p-voked by tbe death
of the corporation owning the same.
In P-sponc to tbe appeal of Professor
Siimichrasts just befon? the intended an
tiiiul cane rush at Harvard, the students
with P'luctance gave up the general head
breaking and contented themselves with a
few hide 'scrnps."
More than l-Ki persons were killed by a
fwntcrnpotit near Valencia, Venezuela.
Crop damage rum the aoine eaune exceeds
When Uowgate entTed the Washington
jail he was p-w-ived by the same man who
was bis "guard" at the time Uowgate
made his famous escape.
A. Conan Doyle, author of "The White
Company" and di-coverer of 'Sherlock
Holmes." has arrived at New York from
England. Me comes over on a lecture tour.
A garter factory at Ablngton. Mass.,
which has lx-cn closed for a year, has
started into full operation.
Why do You Coash?
Do you know that Parks" Cough
Syrup will cure it? We guarantee
every bottle. There are many cough
syrups, but we believe Parks' is the
last and most reliable. Sold by
Iiartz & Ullemeyer.
l or Uyor rifty lrmn
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
bct-n used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cores wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarruja.
Twenty.fi ye cents a bottle.
FATAL FIRE IN NEW YORK.
Narrow Cmp nf a Woanu Win
Just n:rth to a ChllU.
Xrw York. Oct. 3. Fire which broke
on in the five-Mory tonmnt house at
215 Mad i?on uml, inhabited by twenty
fivniilio, cauod the Iuks of one life and at
least one other may die In con-seqnoncw of
the excttment and exposure incident to
tbe fire. Mrs. inSrrir. occupying a third
story tenement, ami who ha I given birth
to a child only a few hours befoiv.
was Kft by her friends to shift for herself.
Two voting mi n contrived to lower a rope
to her window, and with that tied about
her waist aad clasping her child in her
anna, she was drawn to the roof and
thence conveyed to a place of s.ifity. After
the fir hid ti-en rxtinpaishvd the body of
Ida Kriejrer. 2 years n 1, wan found in a
paiem ay, where she had been over
come bv smoke.
A MUlioa Tnards
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend in Dr.
King's Sew Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds. If you have
never used this great cough medi
cine, one trial will convince you that
it has wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest and
lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to
do ail that is claimed or money will
be refunded. Trial bottles at "Hartz
& UIlemeyers drug store. Large
bottles 50c and tl.
We desire to say to our citizens
that for years we "have been selling
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. King's New Life pills.
Bucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, aad have never handled rem
edies that sell as ell. or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate to guarantee them
every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis-
lactory results uo not foilow their
ue. These remedies have won their
great popularity on their merits.
Hartz & Lllemeyer, druggists.
BITCKLES'S A KMC A SALVK.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, cores and ail skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give" perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Hartz & Ullemever.
nilt Not .Serrlted Yrt-
New Yov.k. Vt. 3 S-rtntor David H
Hill held a oor.ferrnce with several of the
Democratic h aders at th" H.it.-l Xornian
d:e. Those l o were prer.t were Georjj
B McCle'.larJ. II L. K:Mcway, neral
Wylic and Clerk IV Fro-..t. At the c'-nc
of the confen-nw t!;e senator and 1 r
De Krvxt loft the hotel t-mher. To the
reporter who c!.j-terr.l aruund. Mr. lli'l
said: "I must decline to say anything of
a political nature." As he left the hotel,
how.-ver. Mr. De Freest remarked; -Senator
Hill has not yet accepted the nnj
nation." CntUne Arqnalntanrea.
Tbere are Mnt qi t;s-Kf wr on'd be
c'.J to ni. Taef inn lo crei'l to! iL-aw'-oo
iirieyvpTO our iio:n ai onr cift. Ot':fr
srliairtoct thete ra Thit driin tur Ue'r
b ocd u,4 aip osr Tl"-liy. Pj-jep!a cd iit
srxon-.puviaj evils. imjnT b'coJ. mstal de
prt'sl . r:xbtirrc. f-tr tai aerrocszrss re
Ti:n'a Cf to be di.poed of wi h 1I ce:rity.
Ildtbi, ye Hiffrrcr: Ttk; Dr. F ierre't (eil
den Medirat D:coverr nd yonr cati'eaMnx ac
qnainta&cee wiu ooti be r -nft, for ifcii wrreim
remedy drives .ot b!1 th- IraporiTipe frtia the
evsttni. Tbe cv.)j h'soi parifi eo ccraln In
eorative action u.t It cn be on trijL See
rcarjxtee of csre with Jo'l t
Royal Bnby K ye WhiiikT
It a "Bye w It t Bye," nataraljy r-pened scd
reo from all fortir- f vor acd iJctfmi, Tir
snteed pre 13d oet eleven year of aee, recom -mended
to tne connoireenr a, a meritortooa ra
cia worthy of the caciescc of isTalida, conva
leeenta and tbe seed. See that our suae It
blows in bottle . f 1.00 wr quart bottle.
"ROTAL RCBT PORT WISB
pure, old and ffisUow, therefnte best adapted for
icvahda, erovali fnt and the ajed. It Kftorot
loet Titalitr, ereatee rrrenctb aad appetite, tmlida
up tbe weak atid debUitsted. carte, (1. Plcta,
CO cents. Ict np on honor and maran'jeed bv
HOT A I. WVSZ. CO, ChiCMO.
For a. Fiarocr Bocae Pharmacy, and by
WUliam Clendeiiltu Mohne.
Children Cry for
Bead Special Notice
For the next couple of weeks
we are going to offer some
Big Bargains in
Anybody intending to buy a
piano either now or in the
near future will do well by
calling and petting our low
prices and terms, and will
save money by purchasing
V00dy ntt'8 Music Store
1717 Second Ave. Rock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street, Moline.
Bow attained how re
Ordinary works on Pby
anokury will not tell yon :
tbe doctors can't or
won't ; but all the samo
yon wish to know, i our
I are the Key to Life and
I itm re urod action. - Oar
lavn hare the truth. Every man who
won mi reaaia sexual vigor lost torotacu ioiiy,
or develop members weak by nature or wasted
by diseaae, sboold write for oar sealed book.
"Perfect Manhood." JSo charge. Address
EEIE CE01CAL CO., Buffalo. M.Y.
86er utold etiwfrif tram f0 of delicacy
IUCJ CMUJUI wvcrwwc
BRADFIETLD'S Br Aroastagta
Female Regulator. linTo
tkroafkont the frame.
. . IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE.
My lf hu hn taiidrr trermBt of l4inf rhj
1ni tbr trT. witho-Df bo-rn-trlT. Alter trMr
(?v rsoftwtAf Bmrriaur Fri. Hwmx lato
Mobtrti cowAUtC- tniikint srd wa(itte "
N. 8. IsKTA. UcsdiaOaa, AlA.
EaUDFTFLO BrsnTOR CO., AtUntm, 6a.
St by tra&LttB mX thOC pr bettU.
inlesslr. Positively, Perfectly. Per
Without Surgical Oeration ordeten
tion from Business.
tSo pT f.-if trntmnt until cared. Tfanam of
HMom t'fcncicO.M-MrpiUoo. stricture, Piworco
Prcriiu or lUt.r j pt!? nraiu r.t conea.
r ta eorpT H?ioot tbe nse cf kn'fe.
F Je rcmoTcd w.inoot pin at tM
M3dlc2i or.u Surgical Institute
AJTTJERSON & ROSE.
CONSULTATION IS FREE
trtsaratr Located in tbe Ryan Pkx-a,
frecot.d SLd Bra v Mreeta, Davecuoit, Iowa.
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
Cr. Ardertos and Bom a rraduaM of the
leillca- reedkai coVivre cf thte coenrry, and
with i years' expcrlencs ia tne treatment cf
CATAKRIT. THROAT AVD LUKGS.
Tby r.ccttfii".T treat Caurrfc. Tbroat and
t.on. di a.-- of the di?r:ve orpa. dyepep.
fit. Brer trouiee, cocsttpacoa, cbronic a.ar
tEITwF.T AST) CSIKAKT
Tronb!s fjeedtly removed.
' KEEVOl'S DISKAES.
Tbe moet arrsvattd eaee are rei:'y and
rwrroanently cored by oar new math id of treat
LAPTR8 AFFLICTED ec!al attention river,
to ail iMtwi eel.ar to woiuen. ICvety f vuity
ard aavantaee tnt u- trevuaent and swedy r
r;yal "f tai clae- of dieae.
Electricity Its ScientlEo Applica
tion. Pac:a' baishes, as mcles. mperfinor: hair
vi( earaa, tuniore, wees, etc., renoved ay el
BLOOD A5CD SKIS DISEASES.
A"! tmaS' irixt 'torn nnpare olood, aero
u a. ecavtza. t-ttr. itmir. u;cers. etr.
I An r-r eona".wc eouflrjentiy by letier or othor
w.r. r fta'! itc ;t'm b.ua, Arr.rev
DK. AJS:juN a bOsla, nVyan tck, Haven
IX STOCKS, BONPS, ETC.
SAPE?T for m -xiori invent.
LARGEST Rt-.m on tbe iLvcrtment.
SO Knowledge of epcrala-.ioa necef?ary.
From :o to ear be invested with
no'e thn onii desrrve of afty. a a l trarwac
tioti? are raTe ov corriptect iir s of lcg rt
penence o-i aLqei.3oed abiluy. Div'derds
tayahie ninr'My. A'l mur pt io yrr credit caa
be withdrawn ttrn dyof any mol ta- D videnaa
ear be tv'rvetd o a t" . r' ib- beo-fi( of mm
rvvan'i iniere-t. '.( at 5 per Cfr.t p-r tnocth,
roiupoi-nd it'!eret 1ntt 4 yesrs. annnooi.t to orr
$l,tU0 f at l ;-erceni per cvmiTJi erar:itid
ln reet for 4 yvar. amourta to over T.00u. $i0
at p-r r.I remioiiib. carrposid Uteiett l-Jt
& year?. air,oan.e to ovtr fT.' i.
OI K P.E CHD OF 1'IVIUEXIiS FOR 19:
Jan , l.i per rest
Fb , ,.i -pi-revrT
Xar !V-L-.'i pttc-rt
Aj lsV4-1" per ctut
Vav, 1. IS i-r cert
"une. '.'Vi. " pT cent
Ja j, !-". 4 ' per cetit
A .lrH. I'Ju p.rcet-t
Jnly end Au?n-"t !:Tidnd tv.e renlt of tbe
rapid a-iven-e in corn Cotervatve, afe, re-spon-ibie.
E.n'iiined Anvcet, l". Barkrif
erenee. liar pre dei-t ba leen for '5 year tlie
pre idmt rf ote of onr. ratii na ack. lf'cey
caa be teT.t hv expnaacr pot cSte to-cy or
der, or New York draft, payable io tbe Trader'
r-yniMea'.e. or fc. II. Kol, -feai-er. Fall lamc
u'are mailed free on appi-.cation to
The Traders' Syndicate.
ia i a fi
xu.unx.Aj. Both I,y.
rredarcitha Above Keaults ia SO Pays. It acts
powcrtul.y auaquK kly. Cures Un all other
faii Yaunr men w:ll regain their kM manbood.
andolanrn wul recover tteir youthful vipot
by osicjr VITALIS. It quickly and fjir-ly re
store Nervousu-ot, Tout Vitaiitv. Impotencv,
Kipbtly Emissmna. Lo&t Power." Failing Mem
ory, Wastine I!seTte. and all eCeits of self
abuse or excrsa and lndiacrtinn. Wards oS
tntxanity and con&utnpuon. Insist on fcavini
VITALIS, no ot'rtr. Caa be carried in vest
pocket. Viy n-all. tl.00 per packaee. or six for
f4.SO. with a poaitire wrtttra tnaraatea to ears
er refaad the a;ey. Ciroilar free. Address
CaLlBTET Biatkl CUXrsir. Catrave, UL
For sale at Rock bland by Barner Bonce Phar
Bucy and Wil'ilam Clendenia, Drnggiat, Molina.
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods.
Ribbons. Curtains and Carpets. It has
no eqnal for Cleanirj; House. Killing
Moths and Removing Grease Spots.
Ten Reed It. Sues Honey tri Liior.
PRICE IS CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
run o I. Hi .
AddreaiUaJioLL Des aioines. Iowa.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
rBICAGO, KOCK ISLAITD PACIFIC
Railway Depot eorcer Fifth aveaoe and
Tairty-ant rect, Fraak B. PlanuBer, AgeaU
Denver IAmfW Oaah.. t 56 ! t:U am
FLWorta, Denver & X. C.'t 'S aai'lIrUpai
K. C St-Joe MinnetpoUa; aa, 8 4 pea
Omaha It Dee Kotnee TtM ami S:10 pm
taaaha A Kaaae cite Wit 40 ami 00 em
Omaha A Dee atoiaea Is. ..I T:S0amtt SrSApm
tOmana A Dee ntotne Ii..niMu T otisam
Denter, tineola A Omaha.. . I :Vani' SrWam
Ht. raat A Minneanol-s !:. am t 8:5 pm
St, Paal A Iltreapo,Hi....ilt S0am t :15aai
ex. 4oeepn, atcnieon c a.ur a :o mm
Denver, Pt. Worth A K. C. 4:0em tiirjupot
rttaava City A St. Jovepk. 111 0 pm.t : am
:Rock I a! and a Waehioa-t on. I I:M ami l:p
tfbtcaro A Dee Meinee r litis pm' TrSOam
Arrrval. Departure, ttrsi 'y , except Sonday.
All ethers daily. Telephone 11
F. B-PLtraTaaa, Aft,
BCRLrSQTOt HOCTl C., B. A J- "Alb
way IV pot Pint avecoe aad Blxteenth
treet. M. J.lonna. exeat.
TB41K9. 1-eavB. j saaiea.
9u Lon .t E rprre :40 em T JT pm
St. Loeis ExpreM .....' Tapm":tO am
St. Paal Pateenger ; S.l pm , T:M era
Beardatwn l'aco-er...... I:!1 pml 10:35 am
Ster'.inr Peavencet Taeil 45 pm
Debeqae Faeaencer' ! T:am: R.46pm
8-er'ii. Pateenrvr I CeSpmt
rBICAOO. MILVrArKEK A ST. P4CL
Pilwav Bectne A eea'hwe-tern TMyaioa
Depot Twenuetb street, betweea Firet and
Second avenaea. It. D. W. Holm-e. Agent.
T"Afys Laava. aearve
Wail aad Kxprees Troo am! f-tSpm
St. Paul Bxpree rC0 pm tl:4Sara
Dock Islaxd a Psoeia Railwat
lpot F rt avecoe aad Twentieth street.
F. A. KuckweU, Agent.
TRAINS. Jtirt Ar.arva
Ft Mali Expreet 8:us em . Vsjfpm
Expreee : S:i ' pm It 'IS am
tar.le AeorTnmoaTjen SrOOaci S:4i pm
DCBLINGTON, CEDAR RaPIIS A
" r.ortb-rn railway, depot f.iot of Bra!
rrreet. Davenport. Ja. Morton, 4MB. Ta t A
Pose. A genu
Dave-rport Tralpe. ( Lv f Aaarvx
PaCk.t M :4i pta 'ilO :Si am
Freight..... bT;SJ ,mjbl.-u0em
Weet Liberty Tra'n tvmc. txn.
Passeaer. b?-Mam bl0:pa
.. a:u:30 pm avi;aa
Tr0, ............ . .. . j bTJrpm
Frelchu M:0pm blt:4ram
" ali :4S pm tir rod am
a Di:y. bCe!!y except SnB'iev. eGolcr norh.
rolna fonth and eaat- o. Is runs betweea
Cedar &apid and Wet Libe.ty.
Superior Service to
St. Louis, Ao.
And Intermediate Points
We now offer to the public a good
route to and from tbe above cities
via Peoria and the Chicago, Peoria &
Su Louis By. as follows:
Lv Rock Island. ;05 a m 2 20 p m
Ar Peoria. 11 :20 a m 5:40 pm
Ly Peoria 1 1:55 am 7:45 p ra
Ar Springfield.. 3.15 pm 12:45 am
Ar St. Louis.... 7:10 pm 7:' a m
Lr St. Louis.. .. 7:45 am 8:15 pru
Lv Springfield.. 11:45 a m 2:15 a m
Ar Peoria 3:05 p m 6:50 a m
Lr Peoria 4:30 pm 8:00 am
Ar Rock Island. 7.50 pm 11:15 am
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Rock Island. 111.
How to proenre ANTI-WASHBOARD
SOAP POWDER fre of charge:
BUT "OUR LADT" SOAP7
Cut off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When yon have
35 pictures of our Anti-Washboard
Soap Powder, take them
to your frrocer or present them
at our office and you will receive
FREE 4-ponnd package, worth
25c We make this liberal in
ducement to quickly introduce
Our Lady Soap and
Anti -Washboard Soap Powder
And holdj good until all wrap-
( V . 1 - . . .
pern on wnicu mis oner IS print
ed, is presented to us.
Warnock Q, Ralston
Soap lUlMiii , Cock iAlaad.
BECAUSE ITS TEE BEST. PU2EST 5 MOST EC0K0K1CAL
SO tSTKn REtt
2? THE H.K FAIRBAKK CC!i PAHY. Cwc too.
GETTING TO THE POINT
Everjlhinj; is coming to a point this seasor. - -line.
Th; Fall Styles of Shoes in Tan. i
Enamel, Patent Leather and Calf Skin, now i-"'
to the verv noint. and the ripriTtlp nr r-.mn-T t-. - . . '
where they are to be
The Daintiest and Most
Made by the best and most reliable manufact.r
thereby giving the public a selection of sty'.es ,
grades, fitted by experienced shoemen, to
cated only in the largest cities.
Cor. Second and Harrison Sts.
See our Fall
Our purpose in advertising is to let everytocF
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in. ar.d tbe
finest ever displayed in the city. You z:t
respectfully invited to call and see the htts:
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZI3VIMER;
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
J. H. SCHilAB,
had. We make a point t. i-.'tr
Cyclone Roller Mills and
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
tffer the larjret bti 1 I
someft aortm'rit f
Cloaks and Fur Cape?
at moderate pri.'os in
tri--ities. We e-l! jr'-t-titting.
onlr, and uarant.-' t
you in ci nc v. I'., ii
before pun hario::.
We are positively b"-t -"fAe
ni'Hit coniplft"- l::i
WILLIXKKYiu th. tr
whether you wi-hahatf :
1 or one at fl.'j. W
able to rhow you an r"
ment at aoy price.
114 West Second street.
TASTY MILLIM KY.