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TJIE ARGUS. THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1894.'
THE AUG US. FabltaM Mly and Weekly at ISM second AwiM, Hock lalaad lil. J. Yi Potter, - - rcBLisosa TIRJf-Dally, tM ecnta per wet. Weekly, lt.no per annnm; In advance $1.50. All mmtaaalratintta of a critical or nramimta. tire cnaravtpr, political or n-liutoua, matt harr rei aaae aitai-W for pnbllcaliim. No turn arttcV. will to-printed or.r flclHkmt !jriialurv. HtrrVapundeaet aollcited fat ery ' townahlp laKock I (land enantr. Till K.sDAY, Al-KIL I'J. 1891. i'HAKi.KS an. I I:,.m- Chilian have niali up nml arc t. plav tnjfi-thrr ni n. Tnr.KK fa t fa- a lively iv.ntvst ovr thA fUorcviou to St-nator Vance, u( NurUi Carolina. It fa realty tot ba I that Senator Hill ahnutd ;ro tob.g janinjf when the tdeddin'fa mtt;'!i, Kv aiston. Iy a v-ry emphatic votr. ha refnp I to l-inie annreil t. t'hira. ami ahe will t-.intinue to it nlmu. Kvan-ton i mtliin;. it not exclusive. Now .that ai! tin villa-!- anil town bij If-tiini have b.f-n IieM, it is to Ik Iiom-iI thai wi-will hear no more alioul eepin republican victories all alonjj the line." Thiktm: republican and or.e ilenioerat fa the politic:.! emj!eion tf the IVnria city council. The o;i!y aatiafactlon the ilemnrrats there can extract from the itulin fa that the unlucky 13" will wrk the ricstruc tion of their opponents. Czm; Ki.f.i thinks his c-inire as a parliamentary Iejrl has lpi-n vindi cated. and cherishes the hoje that th- adoption of the rule compcll'insr IiiPinbcT of congress to rcyjiond to their names at roll call, will inure to his benetit a a candidate for pres. ident. Jixa Oi.hon. f f (ialva. is promi nently niffil i n-d in connection with the democratic nomination I t con press In this district. Mr. Olson is an al!c and nlar man, and would lindoulitedly niakethnt K."00 major jority which the republicans are loastinfj about, melt into thin air. if he should be nominated and make the canvass. Pi:ntii:i.Y n two individuals en joy the editorial rawhiilinj w'ieh N-nator Hill lia lieen subjected to in the last ! days more than do Messrs. Horn blower and l'cclhaiii. the auti snapiers of New York. Their satis faction, however, over the condemna tion of Hill is hardly commensurate with the jrricf which tlu-y have expe rienced in lacking confirmation lor a, chief justiceship through the in. strtirnentality of the ew lork scna- tor. Tin: ijunruni-countin rule adopted by the house of representatives at Washington, will iiudoiiblcdl v result iH-nclieially. as far as the transaction f buiness is concerned. It is a sad commentarr on the statesmanbbip of our representatives that the necessi ty for such an arbitrary and olinox iout measure should arise, but it seems to lie the onlv effectual method of bringing filibusters and obstruc tionists to a realizing sense vi their responsibilities. A similar rule should tic adopted by the senate. A RepoMlraa Paper Tiat ln Slffna. Chicago Jon real. There are si-rns of ln-Ucr times coming on every hain't, and a gradual resumption of business activity is promised in the increased confidence if the N-onle. ltank statements show that economy and frugality arc bt-in; practiced bv th people, and notwito standing the withdrawals which pro. Ineeii the panic of last summer, and the distress that followed, deposits are coining up to the high water mark. From all parts of the country comes the cheering intelligence that factories, foundries and mills are starting up. and in the Connellsville t-oke district of Pennsylvania alone fi.0)i men. long unemployed, are be ing put to work. Confidence is nficr nil the basis of froseriiy. The ieople are all here; the door of opjiortunity is open and the invitation to enterprise is gener ally extended. Ilestore the sense of security and the wheels of iudustry vlll turn, and commerce resume her course. With the approach of the summer season many aids to this end will lie given, and though there is much that must be done to restore complete prosperity, steady implore, men I. at least, may be onlidently looked for. MOVED. We are now at 1610 Second Avenue. KOHN & ADLER Wholesale Liquors. SORT OF FIELD DAY The House Feels Frisky After Its Late Paralysis. SESSION DEVOTED TO A WORDY WAS la Which the Subject Itrlbre the House la Ignored I'artiitMO Mi:irp-Mioilins and C'rowt'lriiis Make the Challllivl a LlTeiy ftliow, bat Io Mot Advance I!nlnem I. mm rat. Claim the Original "Caar" Van Alcn and IVaiwmakcr Again. - Washington, April 19. It is probable that the rei:vseiitntives felt that the adop tion of a tjuorum-couiitiiij rule aud tlio end of filibiiKteriiK entitled them to take lny off," imt whethvr they did or no It is just as true that tliero arc more ways of Wiistiut; time than filibustering. The house hud the diplomatic bill toconsiiier, but it considered almost anything else Queen Lil, the Van Ah-n nomination, Wnnumakvr's political financiering, and even the quotum of who was the first quorum-counter were the subjects that proved attractive to the fctalesuieu. and they Lad fun with tliem, whilo the diplo ma'.ic bill didn't progress a particle. Intirentins to the Gallery. The lively x.-raotmlilics ami iia. tis.-in ex changes u-i tv Uivertiag to the palleries, aud ni-kc more interesting reading than the r.-etrd of a day in which real work is done. One of the first tiiiuss note.l lijan aruseyed meniVr was that Wheeler.who spke jut one initiate Tnesilay. occupied four colnnins iu the record to tell what be Mil! in that one minute-. ltiirrowsdis envered I his, audit, noul.l have been nil ritlit but lor the fact tl-.e.t tlie house had refused 1 el nii-sii n fur tliis st,rt of tiling ou that luirli;-ulnr occasion so it w.is r.H wroac. Then, when I):inpby r.anle.l uunniinous consent for a bill's consideration Kilc;ore w.-is happy, for it i:.'ivc Ui;u th- ciiauce to remark that the house huvi;:,: adopted a rule ly which it i iuid do business he would lurtaiter ob jiv. to t;n:iiii:::o:is consent. fjuoen 1.111 Ilils t'p Serenely. The house bavini; mine- into cominittee on the tlijilomiitic bill (irow brought up I he Hawaiian qneMion mi. I it was banned this way and buiiued that until the mem bers wearied of it -the president catching it on one side aud Minister Elevens j;et linn sconhe.l ou the other. Just here the ci;rio-iiy .f the day came in. Coombs of New York 'actually discussed the bill Isfuretiie he. use, uinkini; some practical subtle.-Uous i:s to the rt form of the consu lar service. Kuter '.!p. Van .Men. chapt-poned by Quiitr, the nepuliiican electel in a New Yolk district with lo.n.tt iiomiunl Demo cratic maj irity. K:iba taekletl IjuiKri, who said he wit elected because the dis trict had nu opportunity to ncord aa aye aud nay vote on the Wiisoti bill. Knlue Iiirlliii-ii to Sarcasm. "Peihajis you are the author of the speech against the Vilsi:i hill dt-hvered the other day by Senator Hill,'' butested Knloe sarcastically. "I had not that honor.'' replied Oiiin;. "Vediepul)l:c:i:is know that he is alile lo take cure of himself, lie has done so fre quently to our dismay and discomfort j;nd i though! to your satisfaction." ilir.siith of Virginia n::d Knloe us m the l!airi-c:i nppoiuti::e:it of Wauamiiker a a sLieM to me-, t all thrusts at the Van Allen appointment. "Certain t.-ir;s have lieon developed by this debate," lutenui.ted Ke.'d; "iirsi, that Whitney is a ' man; second, that Cievebiuil is a o-.id man, and third, that Vun Alien was not appointed to ollice lie-eaiisi-he eont ii!."ittil .S.V1.000 to the Demo cratic ciimimign fi.ud. Now, why was he aiiuoiiited " . llliiiols' Ouirk-I irliic Camion. "If he had liecn appoii.ted tjecause of his contribution," s.-iiil Knlm-, "that wiuld 1 the Is-sl nnd strunest reason for his ap pointment from a lie publican stundioint. 1 know nothing if the fai ts, but 1 will say this in his defense. He nt least had the decency not to insult the American iieojile I y iKc-ptitij; otliee as did John Waua niaker." Cum. n of Illinois, w ho followed Knloe, wnxe i si.rci.stie. "I would not say any 'hiui.','' suid lie, "ncainst that reat and ..o-.l man. i ..rover C.i veland. If 1 dipped my louituu in ;ail I could not say anything naif as mean nuain- t him as the Demo cratic pn k :.re sj.yintf." He cr-ated treat amu-icmciit by tell.na how the Ik-mccriitic tatioiiul cull vi :il ion hud pn pired a plat loini. mid l.ow ufterwaid that "reat and iiouil man" had written a letter moiiifyitm it. Tt:r:iit'K to the Democratic side he nsi.id: Who is your prophet ? Is it (itovtrr Is it Vnlter (J.f Is it Hoke S:nithr Is it David II. f "tiive it up," ejaculated Burrows amid treat laughter. TAKES A DIFFERENT CHUTE, And Shows Where Itet-d Krr initios the O. (I. M. In One 1'urlirnlur, After Cannon had concluded the debate took a different chute. Vise made a speech in which he challenged the ri-ht of ll-fd to claim the credit for the Idea of counting members to make a quorum. The originator of that idea, he asserted, was Randolph Tucker, of Virgiuiu, who four teen years cto proposed a modification of the rules dcoined to take into account in dcterininiuK the p rtsen ee of a quorum members present but refusing to vote; but on that occasion Heed had with ereut ve hemence denounced the proposition. lie had urged that it was not the physical presence of a majority of the members which the const it u tion had contemplated as a quorum, but a majority present aud participating a thing, added Wise sarcas tically, w hich Thomas 11. Heed has not done for a mouth." 'Did the Democratic congress in 1833 adopt Mr. Tucker's ruler" asked Gros venor. 'The proHisition was withdrawn," re plied Wise. "I simply desire now to strip a leader of the false colors under which he has lieen sailing." "We dou't cluim that the adoption of the quorum counting rule yesterday was a triumph fop the Democracy," continued Wise. "We only claim that it was not a triumph for Air. Heed aud Republicanism. The attempt on your bide to lalsify history aud crown Mr. Keed as a leader is making him, in sight of his former declarations, ridiculous." Walker of Massachusetts met this at tack on the ex-speaker's fame by showing the honse the record of the Democratic opposition to the quorum counting pule in the Fifty-first congress. Sneaker Crisn leading the opposition. tirosvenor concluded the debate for tha day with some remarks about the manner In Which the Wilson bill had been liat tered beyond recognition iu the senate. The free raw mntprmis the-iry incorporated in the house bill had been abandoned. The trusts of the country had amended it in the sen ate and unless the Democrats of the house accepted it as it was changed the biil was dead beyond the hope of resuscitation. And that was the way the house considered the diplomatic aud cunsular appropriation bill. . l'rcnident lan lti-Kigiin. ST. Taul, April 1J.-J. X K-.in, who has been so louy and actively connected with the Chicago Unas Western railway, has tendered his resignation as president ami general manager, and it has been ac cepted. Mr. Ks'im's place has been tilled by the election of A. A. Stieknev, who was 1'ormep'y president but of late has been chairman of the board or directors. Samuel Stieknev, son of 1'resiib nt Stick ney, succeeds Air. Kau as geueral mann- Ker. Not a lA-elurc Alter ah. " 'Sense m" lie caid to the other pas senger on tho rear platform cf a Michi gan avenne car, "bnt do you nso tobao cor "Yc5, sir," was tho prompt reply of the man cs ha tnracl his bond and kept his hands folded in front of hitu. XotU ins more was said for 10 Ions minutes, ami theu tho iuqnircr coolly drew a plug from his coat tail pocket and calmly said: "So do I. Ilave a chaw!" Detroit Free Press. Was the Infant i l'.rtly? An Iowa ladv answered this rr.serv thus: She had a lovelv rofiinli v. ion, but no better than all my ir'.s have Fincc they bepan to use i'arks' Tea. It is wonderful bow prettv they look now." Sold bv Hart 7. i-V I'llcmever. New State Itaulc Autliorlxcd. Srr.lXt;ru:u, Ills., April 111 Tlic au ditor of public accov.uts hs issued a iht mit to Nicholas W. Duncnn, John Stu.-irt, uud Vinc-.-ut J. lluucan to organize the LaSalle State bank, at laSailc, His., With a capital stock ..f ivi on 3icF.y is arri'MiEa Difease follows a rnn-down system with the liver inactive und tlio tilood uisordeml. Pimples, K'ils, Sons, C.-irbunek-s, l leers, and lite rrr niiestatioas of impure blood, ehould le Liven or.t of th svstem with Dr. Tierce's GoiJan McL-ic.J Disi-overy. !rp. Kms. of fill E. 1-11 a Mni t, AVir l iiri O'?::. Tvritos as follows: tibLi. ii IVv Vl ' lWl im- H Vaji!aVjjys2.4 rtntc tlrnt I ha a run- O riin- cin iMum ri r ntfii, imj hiui it tht Rtii upon thror- times, an J r.ti!l it va? m;t cun'd. J w-ia ai-w run fit m-n wry inurh. Tin re vran a ficcii.-ti h::nirf a!lr uFiiifr I-r. '-nv siojicn .Mxlk-al I;pMvrry,' I took a tvw l.'.U'.'S ami was soon cjifil. LuUT my huiut; 1 had a Junip lM-h;:il iiisi nr: hr trifd yrtir mdit in'', and mm hottK ::rd him. 1 fclriH aiu;.fc rei.oa.iz.c3d uur tiiLdiciacS. i!it--. KrnN. Buy Your PIANOS AND ORGANS u At WOODYATTS 1717 Second Ave. Hock Island. 4fi6 Fifteenth Street, Molioc. 8AYE M! Kidney Trotiblc? ladder or Uri nal Trouble? Catarrhal trouble Do you want immediate relief and cure? Gut . . SAN JAK. Tor sole by ail druggist. Head what Dr. Snyder, formerly of Frecport. says: , Chicago, V arcb 7, 1W Dr. Biirnham. M AiUms it reel. I'iir: : Ik-ar l lie Jty nl! . mimi was first rilH to ?;.. n .Ink M,.t intliera-c of ('np'nui J M. .F.r-n-ia, of Attunt . ; . win. wan stlnrKi-i iii tin rltjr -iib ar te nejikriiia iniiHmrd knineyx and ry;i. (iiittiinm-ior. or bi-.uier Afitri.rv srr liine the mini rtmeitics a i'lmnt' avml ''tinn Jaa' a iisia.-aied. mi (! tiiu improveaieiit a ho marked afi.-r inc nr-t !u- th.n a c'j:niletc cure fullonetl au:Meili y, that I at once rnninienc. il an inv, -it'utlun of n unrit, a-d Uav.,inc- on -"Ctitirrt 1i in alir.iwt rtcj pi.owu tnrni et hid my. bal r areHirai. vi,Bin:il and caUrTh.'l tiouulcs, folleweil ia eatu iuutaiice bp Uie ba -p ert refnits ' In my 'wnfan (cystitis) the relief it pave me In a few day was i-imply marvelling. A ens' nf ennn m to ir.v ,wii f;;ml1v was very much improved by a t w dese, and rniiically cinod in le: 8 Hian a week rem rr!i -al exper ience In a inunlivr of tirici 01 li ucorrhoea. I an free to say that 1 have t,ud no remedy that ia tiuui to "San Jak." And wli'lc I have rpver before t lv-n a pmfes aii:na' endorsement lo a pniprii-t lryreme-ly. I y unl eitatltc:y and wiiliout rfi-tva. that 1 c'onsiii er "sanJok" a veritable boon lo liunmnity. and after npn'ying It t the anrert pnifes-lonai tcsia, can ray with confidence it U better than it is lecommenot-d 1 1 be. shall continue to preacrilie it in all eeV'of ffcnilo-uiin-irv or catarrhul trollblef ia preference to alt cittier k:-.owii r micdte. A a nerve Ionic, egpcciaile in llie csac of weak, nrarnilc clilltlren, -suii Jak'1 cm tie lelied umu filliy and cn'irelr. 1 lie deli ioa tn-te of the medicine ia also in i fn,r. in art scritdne It f. r chililn n. I am a' present ilsiut "Kan .Ink" as a alterativi-in skin ( srase ami several cases of chrome eczema b .vini; yei'ded :i reailii- tu it. Influence I hat I shall c jiiliuue tone it in aim! Inr c-i, feelliic contldent thut H w It meet all the intubations in anrh cases. Ver ftiurerely, ( Signed) Oao. w. TUER, M. D. Ask your Druggist for home rcf crences. ... . . . . Wtac,.c Rem 6oy under intanntjr, lucb. tpUal. rjriiiw proofs ao4 100-pitti book . f tlcitratf-il lro if racu pbpt0ifrl-flr br nuL ha Hot Sprint? cd "rcarfkU. oir Magic ffemecty will jtiTtl- ear. VOiM RfcHlvilI Cll kWK ID. "As oH rt thoiili.V.tni never oxccll cl. Tiicl and proven" is tho verdict o f millions. Simmons Liver Heu Litor is tho o n 1 v Liver aii-1 Kidney ineilicina to t hich y o u ran pin your faith iWr a euro. A m i 1 (1 .xx t ive, .a n d ctable, act ing directly en tho Liver and Kid- i:ev3. Try it. Sold !y all Drugijista In Liquid, or in Powder to be taken dry or t:ude iato a tea. Tlia Kin of Livrv rieiliri.irs. " 1 have useit yiuirS;i;i;... .l i.ivt r Reen. 1aor:;nii eroi 1'or.i.eietii inuvi v a-.- it istlio kuiu of nil liver t.e iii iiK. I e.ini:ier it a !ile.ii.ine eiuv-' i.l ii it v V,'. JACA son, Taeoinu, V.i:!:::i:-.!i. Eas t!e Z S.trap in :ul -vrr-ppor Thati Pills RUPTUflE rain! - sslr. Poiti voly. Perfectly. Per mancntir. C-L-U-K-l) Without Surgical Oj eration orileten tion from liiiincss. "o pav for treatment nntil e.irf d. Tint aw n Rertnm: Chronic nt pt:tl n. "trictun-, Fnuc i iniin or iu .iiiii pne "-ra:in'-n iT cured. Kt::K cured w.tl out the u-e of kuifc. I'ile removed w'.thoit paiu Lt tLe Medical and Surgical Institute DOCTORS ANDIRSON cfc KOSE, wnr.KE CONSULTATION IS FUEK. PerreanentlT Lorattd !n the Rjan Bloc. Cerr.ei "'u ai-u oiMoy airevi, OATtnitorl, low A. ALL AFFLICTK1) AV.V. wri ciiMi- f" Aridi-rsr.n ari n0e are t-Taduaw of tLe lf-adinir medical colleire of lh- ennn'ry, and with S:i ye-irs' eij.trit.-nc in Oie treatment uf CATAKKII. THKOAT AVI l.rM . ... , . ... u . . amrru, i uroai aria I uir, d-.n-ase of the diirrniive on-an. dyatwu- r. ,iuuu-c, KUBeop-uion, cl.roLiC a;ar- rbu;a. KIIINKV AND IKISARY Tronb'eg peedliy rvmovid. KEUVofS DISK ASKS. The bmi atnrRivated eae are -icdilr ami perniaueiiiijr cured by onr new melb d of treat menu LAWKS AFFLICTED Snorial attention rTe, and BdviiT.tOT f.r the trtimeiii ami vncoy Electricity Its Scientific Applica tion. Fscianilcmi.hca, as mole, anperT.uona fcai wine rr.ara.. tuuiora, wcnn, etc., removed by ciec troiytjl. BI.OOD AND SKIS D1SEASKS. All troiih'ej ar'.Tns from tmiinre hlood. acrof Oia. eciema. t-.tter, toner, ulcera. et- t:an be cousolied roullnentl v by letter or other 7,uZ' fn!f forquetion blank. Addr,g rt'lowa Ui w b"jCk 1vtn Free Free Free How to proeun; ANTI-WASHIiOAUl) ouai- i-u IJKli free of charge: P-UY -OUIl LADY" SOAI'7 Cut off the en-l of the wrapper, at place named. When vou have oo pictures of our Anti-Washboard Soap Powder, take them to your croeer or present them " pWi-p0nice you will receive t LL a 4-pound pat kao;e. worth 25c. We make this liberal ia ducement to nuicti. ?ii Our lady Soap and w asiiDoard Soap Powder And holds rood until ail wrap pers on which this offer is print ed, is presented to us. Warnock & Ralston Soap Makers, Rock Island. I T zr -t TnETiUVKl.ERS' GUIDE. I HirACO, KOCK ISLAND PACIFIC Railway Depr-t correr Fifth avenue and luiny nre. rrett, nnk II. rinmm-.r. Agent. THAI3S. KaaT. Denver l.uniieil JcOni ba.. Ft. Worth. Denver A K.C.. K C.. ISt. joe A Minneapolis iiuana c ivea momea. .... J imili A Kin-a t ily Om.iha 1i- at.enen Ex... ttlmabaA l Molnea Ex.. Di uver, Lincoln Olilalla... St. I'mil & Xinneapol a hi. I'anl A Mlnnepol' Ht. Joneph. A'chifon K. O. iienver. rt. worm a ik. C. tKanaaa itv A !t. 4om i.Ii JKotH Inland Jt Warhinetun. jUock Inland Iowa Illy.. . t 8 t 4 a til 11 a o n 6 l 4 a k 8 :4Saro :45 ain :4.' am :ii am :6l pmj WSOT, .1 II ! s 5 ft t b :hci am :4H pin it :ki mn .r a : am 't ( :40 pm t 6 am t :40am;tll :4 pmit 5 :4."i am;t n 10 tine t 9 ! am LSiim :4h pm :1b pm t am Jo pin lo am 'Jo am 5i pm : am :fllpm :sn pre :W am :1!S pm : M am Arrival, t IKpnrmr-. JIViliy.except Sunday. ah ituivre uauy. jelepnone iir.i. F. ll.I1.mei, Apt. I 1 1' If I IWlfVlal tl ll'T If i m. d a 111 way IVfMtt Kirnt avenue nnd fcixlotnlB T.ts3N8. aU Louia Exprtas St, LouiK Expremt St. Paul PafS-nper Beardi-tuwn l-ant-enger. Ster'.inir Hawtu-'er Iiuhuque l'a--aeri;or... 8'erlmi lasa neer liave. I anntv- .. fi:4S am- ":.'(' pm ,:Ki pm1 :SS am ....! pm 7:: l.ai!i-. S:i.i pm 7 :f5 am 7:fi5 an: :;) prij lOASnm 8:45 pm S.ttptn QllICAt.O, MILWAIKEK & ST. I'AL'L l-'ai'wa Kaciui a- au-h'.yi'aiom Division i iwi-uiiu i vi re i. iiw, en rilBl BBU S.m.,.iH I.' r, i.e ii. .1...... a ....n T A'-S. Mall nd Kxprva St. Paul gxoreas I'l an:! Accommodation.. I l.tAV. I T-110 am i 4:40 pm !. 7:45 pm Aitivt, :30 pm ll:4.'.tm 3 uiim Dock Island & Pkokia IUilwat IVpot Fir-t Avenne ana Taer.tieLh etrcet. A. WlUti', AJT III, TRAlXt, Fart Wuil tx:Ti a l-.xpre!1 .. "-I t a!le Accommojutiun. I ravtt Ar.mvs hilt 7::.i pm .:.-. ipm jins pm H:1l)am 8:tM pm 4:ii am t:i5 tin WI.K1.IM5TOX, vKHA tt KAIMDS or-.hem Failiray, dpt fjrt cf Itrcda atr e. Onvenjurt. Jas. Morion, tien. Ti't t rare, freuu Prtvenport T-r.lna. Pai-eneer........ Kreiirbt Leave M"et Davetipj.t i ! Abiuvb t-4 :1j piulbil in am .S.U kuijll:15 pm Weat LiiHrti irau. PaaicDKer.... M freight. . t.Norui. jv-U'ii . bTi.'fJam bii:iui . 10::f urn ai:lilaa . "oT :S0 am bT :4ii pm nsi pm bll:4am i bS:!5um bll:5uara .'ia:4."ipm b;:mam allailv. bbs.lv evci'Dt -unilaT. Kliilntr nrr h t,o:ns.- nth. tolr.i: !-or.th ar.d cut. ,'arr.n pas-n.-njjers lo tt:ar l-.upiU9 oc.y. To St. Louis VIA. Ix-ave Hock Island . . Arrive St. Louis ..7:30 A. M. , ..7:30 i. 31. Rate $7 JO This Hnute affords a pleasant dav journey through the best por lion of the state of Illinois, in. rludicf: the cities of Peoria and Springfield. A full view of the State Capitol is had from the train at the lat ter place. Lunch is served on the train you can order what your appetite demands and at a reasonable price. Another thing to be considered is, that you are net compelled to rise at an unseasonable hour to take train. You are landed in Union depot, St. Louis, in due time to catch out-going trains on connecting lines in case your destination is be yond. Ri STOCKKOUSE, 6. T. A, LOUIS EltTGUlff, (Scccuttor to H. WKXST.) Merchant -:- Tailor, 119 Eighteenth Street. Fit and Workmanship Guar anteed the Best Cleaning and Repairing Done PARKERS' Washes SrajtUsg From a Tiii Silk HmflfrgrcMof to a OlrcuiTwL Lac Certain a Btadaltj, No. 1724 Third Ave. A. It & L. I. ak A A AifAaV A A A. . - mm Silks, Dres3 Goods and Wasl kk Largest Dress Goods Stock In the City. ULACK SILKS. COIXJCKl SILKS. PttlNTKl) SILKS. 11LACK WOllSTI li .jVs - COLOUF.I) WOIISTKD DUKSS t . i ' 'l NOVELTY Wiifil. iipicc HKKSS FLAXXEI.S nnd l:Ki.U n ,.. , 111 r 1 t r.- a-. . r,, ..... 1 wmi.i,ir,s,AiiifcS, .IX;iLMS. SWISSKS CKEPES, COTTOX and LINEN DUCK SI ITI., s rONGEES. CANTON CLOTH, CAMIiUICS. LAWNS. Etc., Etc. Great pleasure taken in showing goods. Call on m I Klug, Hasler, Sciiweniser. ! DRY GOODS C0I-IPA1TF. 217 and 217 1-2 W. Second St., Daver. tai mm 1 . . Our Now Razor and Wall Street Shoes, Ladies' Misses' Children's Mens Boys Youths' Color Blind . . Would be the person who cannot soc l. ni :y i- r -new line of tan. chocolate and light Lrov.ns iu footwear. Dream of Colors . . We call them, and styles! Why. wc f.-ar v v want to buy a new pair every week. We are Leaders in Fashion. eg. - vlsfl. Cor. Second and Harrison !K Telephone 207. HOPPE, THE TAILOR, 1803 Second Mtt.it ROSENFIELD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers. Steam. Gas FittE House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement itwi Man-! : 1 JUST RECEIVED One Hundred New Pattern Hats Late ideas from foreign markets in ov.r pattern room. Grandest display t-v-r shown in the three cities. No two alikf. Nothing but exclusive styles, l ir.est display of jackets and capes ever shown here. BEE HIVE, i (Wholesale and Retail) 114 W.Seconl SL Diveiipcrt-1 Telephone No. 1214.