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ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, Fill DAY, OCTOBER (3, 1890.
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Fhksh notices will now come in daily
from dealers that tlie prico of everything
has Roe up except the price of labor.
Great Britain feara the day when tbe
United States shall ailopt fret- tra.le. and
every Btep in that direction (nukes the
The Carthage HejuiUicau. risn's to re
raw. that not a republican pap'-r in the
ilinrn-t has called Ben Cable a "dude" in
the pat three weeks.
The price of carpets will new ailvarue
from lo t 15 cents a yard, b -cause of
the passage of the McKinley bill. Of
course the foreigner will pav tin bill.
The A;idi Jiceonl, rpu!lican, is
""Vrced t kdmil that "Mr. Cabi i9 doubt-
i sb a k'-t'D business man, an i.stnte poli.
ician and a refined gentlrrr.an.
'buiiie T'lsyrtijih anya that the
M lie MiKinley bill by Hip
tut in congress renders
jiments of the .Tese
s fliii' question by
jpare the licens
r:!!)! on the
img in of addi-
... fotinU a t '. ire down
e a colored man pot into trou
. 'Sj a postoff.'c, and. ol course,
was given the mot prominent
naper. If necessary, evtrv
uld be compelled to wait on
' suci. -ii ny r rathfT. opportunity.
Thk queiitioit is not us to the lime the
'bridge reRtiUtions were made and went
lotoJoperation. The people asked to have
Jfr. Gest opp
us against trawl removed.
iosed the winlies if tlie peo-
ami the benefit wa secured in spite
Tlie question is, why did he op
'c i ie ho were obliged
"ide across tlie rivs
igud to use the
uey toui l noi ai-
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e was clos.'d
to '""l 1
J"J ' 'en-yfefit of thi ferry compa-
'irhe wishes all who de-
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'IK three Ps raddock, I'lnnib and
that voted 'against the Mc
ate should wear a
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is not paid
but it is
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Two Masked Robbers Do a
THE EOAD AGENT ABROAD IN OHIO
A C"oil Itct of HnnlneM by Whlrh the
Adam Kxpremi I'nmpnny L.omf., About
Sl.OOO Tlir Sroiinilr-U Ainu "(io
Throiicli " tbr Knprftci Mwcngcr and
Kob llirn or Ills Snlnrr a:! AVteh
Muif1tr Averted by it llnil 'artrldi(e
Tiffin, O.. Oct. :. One of the most dar
Inu express rolitieries in the history of
this section was committed on the Cin
cinnati, Sandusky ntnl Cleveland railway
yecterday niornini;. and by two as bold
villains ai ever drnnd a mask or grasppd
a kuii. Train No. 2 le,"t Urbaua at 3:20
o'clock yesterday morning, on time, with
Areh I Seudder, of Newport, Ky in
charge of the Adams express car. The
train had barely started and Messenger
Seudiler set tied down to hia rotttina duties
when the dinir of his ear was opened and
he was confronted by two ma-ked men,
each with a revolver in either hand,
fsruridvr Couldn't Crt III inn.
The iiiesen!er's pistol was in the other
end of i he car, anil resistance was worse
than useless. While one of th meu kept
Soudder under cover the other Wetit
throiiRh his pock-ts, taking his watch,
money, and keys. The messenger was
ttren securely bound with a strotiK
clothes liim, which one of the robliers had
in his possession, evidently for that pur
pose The villains droped the key to
the safe, and not lieing 'able to et at the
treasure they threatened to kill Seudder
if he did not npon the strong box. A
pistol was thrust against his temple,
but it failed to discharge, thus saviuu his
;ol AY lint They Came for.
The other robber put in a plea for tho
messenger's life, and as the mis.sini key
was soon found on the lloor the robliers
quickly possessed themselves of the con
tents of tiie safe, supposed to hava been
about l.coo, ls'loiii;iug to the company,
and lieloning to the agent, who had
received his month's salary Wednesday
nikcht. Hurriedly then tho villains left
the car, ami as the train approached West
Liberty they disappeared.
The Train Captured A tain.
When the train started, the robbers
again got n lioard, and held the entire
train crew at bay until they re iched llelle
foutttino, where they jumped off and ran
for tlie womls The alarm was at once
given, and in a short time a posse was or
ganized at Itellefontaine ami started in
pursuit of the thieves. Tha men are de
scrilsM as beintj Isnh alHntt five feet ten
inches in height. They were both heavy
men, and wore dark overcoats. Suiv rin-
tendent lilniple savs the loss to the com
pany U not over f.V).
How They Hoarded th Train.
Agent Schlnness, of this city, estimates
the loss at not less than $1,000. as it is
know n that large sums are sent to lish
merchants in Sandusky on the morning
train, and it may be a (treat ileal more.
The robbers boarded the train between
theeniflne and lisjtage car and forced a
passage into the express department. The
noise of the train prevented them from
being heard. '!siam Milliner, of Vr-
bsna, saw the men alight from tb '
and got a good l.iok at one of
l.ad dropped his mask
ond ilescri nt inn
is able to give
fc he A"'
1. .rnt I'ieil I p with Rope,
Th robiiery was first discovered by Or
r e Knicht, a local newsboy, who went
to the train for his papers and heard the
messenger's call for help. Seudder was
found lying on h.s s'nmaeh wound op
with rope from head to heels. He was so
exhausted and f.x ited when be was re
leased that he could hardly give an intel
Ugih'e account of the afT iir. The rail
road and local officials have sent out sev
eral parties to scour the country and city,
and the bold highwaymen can hardly es
Organized to !et Kid of Thugs.
Spokane Fails, Wash., Oct. H. The
town of Oakesdale, forty miles from here,
has been infested with thus and cut
throats, whom the authorities are totally
unabie to hold in check. Many bnrglar
ins have been committed. Tbe thugs have
threatened to burn the town and the good
citizens have organized for its defense.
Yesterday an old-time vigilance commit
tee was organized and three men were or
dered to leave town in fifteen minutes.
The meu left. There is great excitement.
The town is well guarded to prevent any
acts of revenge.
Corruption nt Cincinnati.
C'ol.t Mf.fs, O , Oct. S. There is no
doubt that hii extra session of the legisla
fure will it- called by ti ivernor Campbell
to abolish the Cincinnati board of public
improvements. A special messige is be
ing prepared, it is said, that, will be a full
and terrible arraignment of the political
vires and corruption in office which
abound in that city.
Strnng I'p hy a Mob.
I.orisvii.I.K, Ky., Oct. 3. Krnest
Humphreys, a negro who shot and killed
Dicy Miller, another negro, at Frinceton,
Ky., Wednesday, was taken from jail at
that place by a mob early yenterday morn
ing and hanged. Miller was the second
man that Humphreys hail killed.
Three leers for Murder.
ST. Lofts, Oct, 3 The Chronicle's
Little Rock special nays that IVrry l'rice
was convicted in the Craighead county
circuit court at Jonesbore ol the murder
of James tlrant in February, I11.), and
sentenced to three years in the peniten
tiary. FRIGHTENED INTO LUNACY.
A I'eiision for a Soldier W ho Wm Scared
Out of His Wits.
W.wiivlTi.s Crrv, Oct. :. Assistant
Secretary litissey has rendered a decision
in the pension case f George Hoi brook
(insane), lute corporal of Company O,
Fourth Massachusetts heavy artillery.
The record shows that Ho! brook enlisted
in lko ami was discharged .tune 17, l"5.
Application for a pension on his behalf
alleged t hat he Itcciime insane) in conse
quence of a severe shock to his nervous
system sustained on or about Feb. 20,
IstV., at Fort Reynolds, Va. The claim
was rejected his August on .he ground
that t he evidence f ill 1 miiip '
origin "f 1
BIG FIGHT OX H AND
pul!mn Against the State of
BERTHS ON SLEEFEE3 AT ISSUE.
tinneota Win the Second Itottnd of the
I'ilClit end the Third Will tin Founded
t In the I'nlted Mutes Supreme
Court Itine A Matter of Interest to
Travelers W ho Can Wear Diamond,
and Hire a rullman Shake-Down.
Ciuovoo, Oct. 3. Th Pullman Palace
Car company will not abide by the ruling
of the Minnesota supreme court, which
decided that the upjier lierths of all sleep
ing cars running in that state must, re
main closed when not occupied. Thec tse
in which this decision was made has been
in the Minnesota courtsTor nearly three
year, it grew out of au order issued to
the St. Isolds railroad by tbe state rail
road commi-sion. The St. Ixuiis road de
nied tbe right of the commission to make
such an order, and the matter was taken
to the district court. Judge Young, ot
Hennepin county, before whom the case
was tried, decided that the commission
had no authority to.issuo such an order.
From this decisiou the commission ap
pealed, and the supreme court held that
the commission had jurisdiction to make
such an order.
The Pullman Company Will Fight.
The Pullman company, which is really
the party in conflict with the Minnesota
state commissi. m. still maintains its ori
ginal position, t hat the commission had
no right to i-sin. the order, ami that it is
claimed the t inted States supreme co'irt
will hold in spite of the decision of the
Minnesota supreme court.
uThe decision is inoperative," said J. S,
Kunnells, the Pullman company's general
counsel. -We claim, in the first place,
that a railroad commission has no such
autocratic p nvers as this commission has
attempted to enforce. They propose to
take from us our properly without due
process of law a id g:ve it to some one
else. That is just what their order
W hat t lie 1'assenicer Iluys.
"We offer to sell a lower berth for a cer
tain price. We give the purcbaser just
what he bought when we pull down the
upper berih If we are compel led to close
the upper U'l-th, according to the com
mission's cr.lar, a person buying a lower
berth gets a whole section, if it so happens
that, the i pp-r lieth be not taken. A per
son who pays for a whole section gets no
more. Tie re h is been no claim set up by
the commission that the purchaser of a
lower lierth does not get all he is entitled
to when we give hiiu his lower berth and
close the upper. It is only claimed, tacitly
at least, that inasmuch as the upper berth
may not lie iti use, the occupant of the
lower berth should nave the use of both
until the upr berth is taken. As a busi
ness proposition, this claim is nonsense.
Would Kaiae a Mighty Howl.
"So far as the enforcement of this rule
concerns the traveling public, they would
tie the I osers. If ali the upper berths
were closed and the lower lierths occupied
it would lie necessary to seriously dis
commode some passengers every ti -
i i . i -'"e au
upis-i ocm. as tamest ,
As it '
. now, the tipper berths
ere n:eo- - , u. K&lrt, i t,. . .... k
oisturb'si by the lat pasaeuger climbing
into the upjH-r U-rt h. Hut if that upper
berth must lie p'-.lled down and made up
for a late traveler, the occupant below
would be inclined to howl against the
operation of the silly order.
The Company's Contention.
We shali contend that the commission
has no righ' to take our property and
give it awav. If they fall back on their
state law we sh-ill contend that thestate
of Minnesota has uo right to to take our
property without doe process of law, nor
can the legislature of that state delegate
such an autocratic power to any body
Within The s'ate. Outside of the plain
common sense of the matter the United
States supreme court has decided that tbe
commission has no right to determine
finally such questions as these, depriving
the railrosd companies of the right to be
heard in a court where it may be deter
mined whet lii r or not the commissions
orders are reasonable anil just." i
KILLED THE ENGINEER.
1 Accident on the Vandalia Line
I'Mflaeiiif er Hurt.
Cakmnvihe, Ills, Oct. 3 Yaudalia
accommodation train No. 10, leaving St,
Louis at s o'clock p m., collided with a
coal train standing on the crosa track here
at 6 o'clock last uight, derailing the en
gine of the accommodation train, and fa
tally injuring Kngineer Wills, The coal
train bad a signal cut, but it was, for
some rea- unheeded. The engine lies
on its side surrounded by the wreck of a
number of coal cars.
He Was Fatally Crushed.
Kngineer W ill", who was one of the old
est engineers on the road, was so badly
crushed that he died at 9:40. No passeng
ers were hurt. The track was completely
blocked for some hours and trains were
moved to and from St. Ixiuis over the
Ohio and Mississippi anil Illinois Central
The Republicans carried the city elec
tion at Seattle, Wash., Thursday.
The statement of the Chicago, Burling
ton and ynincy railway for August shows a
decreose in net earnings of $H!i,IKM.9!l.
The Illinois state board of eimalieation
has raised the appraisement of property
in Chicago and Cook county fctS.UOO.OOO.
Kmperor William has given 8,000 florins
for the Yieima poor and has made dona
tions to the ambulance and other socie
ties. The comptroller of the curroncy baa
authorize 1 the First National bank, of
Yalilosta, tla., to commence business,
with a capital of ?",), 0!i.
Judge W. A. Peffer, aschamionn of tha
Kansas Farmers' Alliance, has challenged
Senator lngalls to a join t discussion. Pef
fer wants Ingiills' seat in the senate.
Three men were capture 1 at North Lan
sing. Mich , Wednesday night in the act
of coming base silver dollars. A large
quantity of their paraphernalia was con
fiscated. Gerhanlt Elierlein, a retired contractor,
commute I suicide by shooting himself in
the he id in Chicago Thursday. The only
known cause is despondency fro
THEY BROKE EVEN.
Twins Bern to a Chino-Ameri-can
LITTLE AH SIN AND SMALL YANK.
One ol the Pair a Caucasian and the
Other a Celestial Viiavalllna; Attempt,
to Rave a Score of ;irl from Mormon
lain Sam Catch' Krat Hepeated at
l'awt arket. It. 1. Said He Waa Quan-trell--Preaches
Pitts-iil iu;, Pa., Oct. 3 Bert Lee, an
educaU-d Chinaman, who is in charge of
the electric light plant of Sewitkley, is
the happiest Celestial this sale of the
Rocky moitutains. The cause of his joy
ii a pair of boys that arrived here about
two weeks ago. One of them has all the
features of a Mongolian, whip! the
other looks like a full-blooded Caucasian.
The mo her, Mrs. Lee, who was Ida New
man, of Providence, R. I., is, of course,
proud of her offspring. When seen at her
home ob Iluquesne Heights, ahe said that
she felt it slight disappointment because
both did not possess the Mongolian feat
urea. Thnlr Future All Mapped Out.
Bert, t he one that looks like its father,
will go t China as a medical missionary
if he lives to reach an age suftieienc for
his destiny as at present mapped out.
Alexander, the other one, will probably
be kept nt home, unless he develop! a de
sire to a company Bert. Alex is a lively
little fellow, and has light hair a'ld fair
complexion, while B rt has coai-black
hair, almond eyes ami genuine Cbiness
features. Mrs. Lee first met her husband
at ProviJence, R. I., where she was
teaching a Chinese mission school. He
was one of her pupils and she fell in love
with him and marriage was the result.
The coup le have only been living in this
city for a short limo.
INFATUATED WITH MCVMONISM.
Women Mlsslonariea Labor I'naueceas
fully with rrnselytes.
Nkw York, Oct. 3. The authorities at
the barge ofliee yesterday morning used
an immense amount of moral persuasion
on the tb rty-two young Mormons that ar
rived Wednesday on the steamer Wyom
ing to induce them to forego their inten
tion of becoming proselytes to the Mormon
faith. The girls were separated from the
other passengers as they landed, and
placed in a room by themselves. Three
f-male ndssionaries from the Kmigrant
;irls' home went among them anil tried
to convince them of the folly of the course
tbey projiosed to follow. It was a very
hard undt rtaking.
Willi ik To Ke Fractional Wives.
One of the girls, Karen Sylvestersen by
name, who acted as spokeswoman for the
party, fmnkly acknowledged that they
were all willing to be one of seven or
eight wivts, and were fully aware of the
principles of Mormonism. The girls are
all young, and some of them remarkably
pretty. Tbe attempt of the liiiKsiej,,-,',
to influence them proved an utter fail
ure. The partv cotuii'lSpSi M tut .Mi
souls, of 'u,)m't)irty.tvm re children.
.Vw? the lot is a married english
woman, w lio left her husband in K.igland
to take up he Mormon faith She wid
she was called and compelled to go. She
ret used to i ell her name.
HE NEVER TAKES A DARE.
A Pawtuckett Man Dive Sixty-Fire Feet
la Sam Patch.
Pawuxket, R. I., Oct, 3 Patrick
Devlin threw Pawtui ket into a shiver of
excitement yesterday by diving from the
old iron bridge which spans the turbulent
Blackstone into the churning waters six
ty five feet elow. He did it for the edifi
cation of the visitors to the cotton cen
tennial, and to uphold an ancient custom,
as well as o.ie that was in vogue a quarter
of a centurj ago. "I have not made the
dive for twtnty years," he said, "but they
dared me to do it, and I never take a dare.
When I plu lged over the railing. I fe.t a
little shaky, but before I struck the water
I bad got my nerve again, and when I
came up from under the water 1 felt so
much like I used to forty years ago
that I wanted to do it over again." It waa
this jump tl at gave Sim Patch notoriety.
Was II Quantrell the Outlaw.
BiP.MlNGH M, Ala., Oct. 3. A man
kuown as T. J. Henderson died at the
house of a X rs, Panuell, who owns a farm
near the city. On his deathbed be con
fessed to her that he was Charles William
Quantrell, the famous Missouri outlaw,
who was supposed to have been killed in
a fight with federal soldiers in Kentucky
near the clote of the war. He begged Mr
Pannell not to make his identity known
until be was buried, and she kept her
promise. H: was either (jnantrell or a
man who had known him most intimately.
A C;erical Phenomenon.
Readino, Pa., Oct. 3. At the Gap, Lan
caster county, a sensation has been cre
ated by the discourses of Rev. David
Kauffman, who is known as the sleeping
preacher. Tbe clergyman lies down in a
bed and wberi asleep arises and preaches
iu English aid German. When sleeping
and preaching he says he can neither hear
seen orfeel.aid that when he awakes next
morning he iemembers nothing that took
place the night before. He is going about
from house to bouse.
SOME EJST INDIAN MATTERS
The Natlvea Contented With Krltiah Kill
hnt Reform Agitation (rotng- On.
LoNrxiN, Oct 8. The revolution in the
protected stae of Manipur, in northeast
em India, has no significance beyond local
discontent. The deposed Maharaja has
made himself obnoxious by extravagance
and excessive exactions, and his ambi
tious brother found no difficulty iu organ
izing a successful conspiracy for his over
throw. English mle in India is prosper
ous and well established and the natives
appear contented, although there is a
strong agitat.on going on for a native
Indian parliament in which both states
and people shull he represented.
Reform In the Marriage Un.
Another movement that is being power
fully urged hy intelligent Hindoos is for a
reform in the marriage ian a. Females
are married .n infancy, and their hus
bands take them home while tbey are yet
' children, f-n 'Hength has been addtnl
1 ef nrn Vs
wife, of Bch
J. H. Ilolcorab ; and wife, of Belcher
ville. Texas, have celebrated their lift ;
fifth wedding anniversary, and arc still
hale and hearty. The w '.ret of their
ong vte and good health is that they
correct any slight ailment promptly, and
in that way avoid seriotisSickneas. Like
most everyone else they are more fre
queoMy troubled with constipation than
any other physic.U disorder. To correct
this they take St. Patrick's Pilis in pref
erence to any other, because, as Mr. Hols
comb says, "They are a mild pill, and
besides, keep the whole system in order.
We prize them very highly." For sale
by llartz & Bah c sen.
Only One Mora Excursion
And last opportunity for home seekers
and others via tbe Chicago, Rock Island
& Pacific Railway, to see the "Great
West" in Kansas, Nebraska. Missouri,
Arkansas, Indian Territory, Texas. New
Mexico, Wyoming, Utah. Idaho, Minne
sota, Northwestern Iowa, South and
North Dakota, Montana and Colorado, at
the low rate of one fare for the round
trip. Tickets first-class and good for
thirty days for return will be on sale the
date of depirture, Tuesday, Oct. 14,1890.
Don't forget that by joining thiB special
excursion your entire round trip journey
will cost you the price of on8 first-class
fare one way only. Be sure that your
ticket reads via the C R. I. & P. Ily.,
which has its own lines to principal points
in many of the above named st.ttes.
For rates and full particulars address
W. I Cheever. Pass. Agt, Central Dis
trict, Peoria, 111., or .Ino. Sebastian, Q. T.
& P. Agt.. Chicago, Id.
Ths St. Lotus Fair.
The thirtieth preat St. Louis fair
opens Oct. 6 and continues Bix days;
$70.HX) is offered in cash premiums, to
be distributed siiiod the exhibitors of
horses, cattle, sheep, swine and poultry;
machinery, mechanical and industrial dis
plays, woiks of art, textile fabrics, pro
duce, fruits and vegetables, geological and
chemical specimens. Tbe collection of
wild beasts, birds and reptiles on tbe fair
ground compares favorably with that of
any zoological garden in the world, and
will be open free to all visitors to the
fair. Numerous additions have been
made to this department, and it is now
complete in all its details.
On the night of Tuesday, Oct. T, the
grand annual nocturnal pageant ot the
"Veiled Prophet" will be given at an ex
pense of thousands of dollars.
forced to Leave Home.
Over 60 people were forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call at the drug
gist's for a free tri il package of Lane's
Family Medicine. If your blood is bad,
jour liver and kidneys out of order, if
you are constipated and have headache
and an unsightly complexion, don't .f;,i'
to call on any druggist today for t fn.e
sample of this crand remedy. T' indies
praiHe it. Kveryone likes .'.. Lare si.e
rckace 50 cents.
Ailt Your Friends About I.
Your distressing cough can be cured.
We know it because Kemp's Balsam
within the past few years has cured so
many coughs and colds in this commun
ity. Ask some friend who has used it
what he thinks of Kemp's Balsam. There
is no medicine so pure, none so effective.
Large bottles 50c and 1 at all druggists.
4 bsolutely Pure.
A cream of tartar baking powder. Iligaost of
all In lenvemni "treoijili. U. S. Uitrmnunl Re
port Aug. 17,
vojuan cam bake
A Bute Old
"-ijr.ol ai e
7a -Hown wju jrouiDie can cope,
uUte cant wash fer doBies
lo perfection sJie knows.
SAante Santa Claus Soap
N.K.FAIRBANK&C0. 5 CHICAGO.
Rich. Digestible. Stimulating. Nourishing.
Having a peculiarly delicious flavor a food and drit
combined at a half cent a cup and f,t for ,1 prime.
Van floinws Ajcoa
cfEST & GOES FARTHEST."
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THE HEALTHIEST AND THE BEST.
Paris Expositions!) I tSDMPEo"I
ONCE USED, NEVER "WITHOUT IT.
ASK FOR YELLOW WRAPPER.
For Male Everywhere.
BRANCH HOUSE, VXIOX SQUARE, XEtf YORK'.
J. T. DIXON,
ler in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
HERE IS ONLY 11
And uiere ia nothing like it.
Do not be imposed on with
substitutes, imitations etc.
because tbe dealer makesa
few cents more on a bottle.
Lead Poison Cured.
I am a painter by trace. Three years aro I
had a bad case of Lead Poison, caused by using
paint. I was cured in a shnrt time hy .S. S. S.
The nwdicine drove the poison out through tlie
(Hires of the skin. My sjstem was so saturated
with poison that niy undercl thes we:e colored
hy the paint being worked out by the medicine
through the pores of my skin. I was cured en
tirely by S. S. S., and have had no return since.
C. Pahs Leak, Waynesville, Ohio.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free Swift Specific Co.. A:lant
A. 0. HUESING,
Represents, among other lme-tr.e:l ar-C well
known Fire InsuranceCoinpsnies he following:
Royal Inumnce Company, of Enirlioiil.
NVeaeherter Klre lus. Company of N . V.
HulTalo (icrmso lnn.Oo., liutTalo, N. V.
RicrieNter German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. Y.
cifitens le". Co., of PitttiliQra, Pa.
Hun Fire Office. London.
Union In. Co., of California.
Sernrity lna. Ci.. New ll'iven. Coin.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. )., Milwaukee, Wis
German Hre Inn. Co., of I'eoria, 111.
Office Cor, 18th St., and Second Ave.
UOCK ISLAND. ILL.
-HAS INVENTED A-
which does Its work in a thoroni;h manner.
I llioromrhlv pnrlfie the air anl removes
all ohn')Moiipinell. For sale St Knnl hochler's
Tricb 50 Cents per Botti.b.
uream JBalra Bly's
Nasal Passat. W K2ftJ!sS!RES
Allays Pain anil
Heals the Sores.
fa' Ts- v-o a 7
try the cureK-W -FEVER
A particle 1 applied Into each nostril srd is
acreeatile. Price VI ccn's at iinn-i'i : t mail
re'i-tere'l. fan ren . iLV BRDriltii a. W War
n u meet New York.
GOLD MEDAL, FAR13. iK"?
W. K.YKEtt & CO. !j
Is ahnointrlf fur? ati
it 4m Mtluhl-.
!t 1 8vv Chemicals
j( J 1 ktn tk-r ti tt iht -trn r ol
I J em p,nr.i ST. uirt , i. ."i .m ixnji
J. . l Miir, i:J i !ifitir i. - nt.ire
"'"I'n.nal, fin'tiirtit'it'if i
ll I- I ? ,r "-tf" : I AMI 1 iM.rii.
dtV a wt I lr p'-avira m j :h-
W. BAKES & CO.. Dorchester. Mass.
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aula mm car-sev.
" 'I ri x ...d tUe no other.
.A.T POPULAR PRICES
Is always to be found at
Will be under the personal supervision ol
n. u itrtMnu, ana win bo open for the
reception of (meat, J une tlrat in eauh year.
Visitor will tind
lm first cUsa in all of it. appointment., beinff
well auppUeU with g-as. Lot and cold water
baths, electrio bells and all modern im
provements, staam laundry, billiard halls,
bowling alley, etc, and positively free from
annoyance by mosquitoes.
Round tfrlp Excursion I'icljeta
will be placed on sale at the commencement
of the tourist season by the Burlington.
Cedar Rapids ft Northern Railway and aU
oonnectin Une. at low rates, to the follow
ing pomta In Iowa and Minnesota : Spirit
Lake, Iowa: Albert Leu, WaterviUo, Minn
eapolis, St. Paul, Lake Mlnnetonka, White
Bear Lake and Suluth. Minnesota; dear
Lake, Iowa; Lake Superior points: Yellow
atone Parkvand point, in Colorado.
Write for "A. Mldaummer Pan.
adlae" to tbe Urnier&l Ticket and Paae
entrer Agent, Cediy Rapids, Iowa, and for
Hotel KMee to H. L LkLAND. fcpirlt
C. J. IVES, J. E. HANNEGAN,
rnaaa.ti.a'ISaBt. " "i--t nirin mat
2t CU R EDmVIAuV.
OkvJl or tend for cirmlar eoataiAMi
-TIIE LARGEST ASSORTMENT jL
OFFERED IN THE TRI CITS,
Robt. Krause's Clothinj
115 and lir West Secj
This space is reserved for the x-
elusive use of the
NEW HARDWARE STORE
Look out for our "Ad "
BEATS THE WOaLD.
CARSE & CO,
1622 Second Avenue.
2011 Fourth Avttue. Dt ak-r io 'M J
H. SIEMON & SON,
Bxter DaDiicr Conking and Heating Sio
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
J". W. J"OIS3"JSS-
ix ml- r is New and
Second Hand Goods
Buy-, atlia and trad.-, any article. A .Beeia.H, Bade of jeweirv.
Qeut-' Fine Shoet ..pecialty. Repairineaone neM"
A .hare ot your patroDSK mpaclally solicitrd.
Street, DAVtNPORT, IA.
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Cigars and Toys, ...
hD1 tbc (Jrr.esco Cooking St yc.
VE., ROCK. ISLAND, ILL.
No. 1614 Second Avenue. r
A. BLi ACKHALL,
Manafaf tarer of all kind of : IslaDd.
ROOTS AND SnOP ,pbU
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