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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1894.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. rniCAOo, KOCK ISLAKn TACiriC Wallas. Daunt eaT"eV aBSBj BVB1HN) BBd Tbfrty-Brr. ml, Fraas IL plsaae. Agent. TSAIWS. But. i s:tft aa illl:1Spa il :Vpm il :lflva I s maa i t b aipra lit :lftaa i t :aa t :HMa lit ft:laa ilt :ma i tn am pa i t S?SA as Pbvi kimtVHl iti n. Worth. Drnvrr A K. C. . s 4 Ml 40 i MM It. C M. J 6 aJIneeanolis t e llmtltt !" motnm...... t'Ha! Kaa I'lty cm, A IV Mnhwt Si.. f Nnaka A nnt Mntn Rs. Pnnii, I. Infill A iBoaaa.. St. r'li BUnwannl..... M. Paal A MlBaraaolta... tl 7 Ml S: Mil s H. InmpK AtrhWon A E. C t: Dam, I I. won a n. J. iKiiiMi ritr A f. 4: Pi tHw Maml A) Waafclsetoa. M am It r po A mm I. fttcpwtwro. J.riliT.cpSsDdaY. All Bn lalir. Telephone ton- r. B.runnn, Aji. Brm.woiw RurTB-cn. . sail way On r'in anaae sad sixtaaatl att M. J. law.awal. TWAINS. lbatb. a naive. lit. Loula Ksnnraa : am pn St. Loala Kspnwa 7:lpa : as M. Paul Panr-iwr . pm 7:M an gaanlstowa Pamvnirar S:lapm 10:sftam StarllB Psaaeniar 7 Warn S:45 pa Ihilmque PaaarwraT' 7:56 am &.45pm B'arlins' Pawwwyyf Uailjf. CHICAGO, MILWAl'KKK ST. TAIL fat'wat Karma tiihrcatern Ptvisinn Den-H TmnlirtH ftr.i't. hatwren tim and Secnmi a ran a. a, It. U. W. Holmes. Agent. THAIS. I I '. ais. Mall and xiea... two m pat ft. Paul Mxpraaa 4:411 pm ll:4Sia Ftaaa Acownmodaltoa 7:45 pm Hlpm Duck Island Peoria Railway ' IV ant rirat ATrane and Twentieth it-eel. T. A. Mockwell, Asm:. THAI. Ibavb Aaanra Part Mail asprtae.... ...... K:r6aw T:tO pm Ktprrm S:2n l 11 15 vol I ahla Acroamtmlatlna :iaam SHO pm 4:fMam 7:Vi am DtKLINOTOX. CEIiAK RATIOS A Snrtarrs Pallway. rtrpot foil of Brant I'wl. IMtTrnpin. Jaa. Alarum, tica. Tat I'aaa. (rent. TaTfnpon Tmlwa. I,-t A kbits I'wi'Bvrrr M :4i puilblO: mm Knutfht 7uio mi0:00aii Wft l.ihrtir Train tPNrin. JvaiD. I'sSMonar I lT:iua bl0:4npa all;!Mpa a:l " .... b7:9.Spa fnlaht b8:4npra bllSaai laiM:4Biim hK:INarn Pally. tiDally axcrpt fondar. tOoloj aortb tHoliw foal a aad aaat. - o. u iuaa bctwMa Cad at tUpid. and Weal LIbe.ty. To St, Louis VIA Lre Rock Island . . ... .8:05 A. M Arrive St. Lonis 7:10 r. m Rate $7.?0 Tbti Route Afford plcmsant day journey through the best por- Hon o( the itate of Illinois, in clnding the cities of Peoria and Springfield. A lull tiew of the State Capitol Is had from the train at the lat tcr 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 yon are not compelled to rise at an unseasonable hour to take train. Ton 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. R. STOCKKOUSE, 8. T. A, FOR CTC. la Pamtatrf. am awad A Na ili i.nvrlntMsoa1 aUB4 WHITE, IXCMH mr BBtTBETTE fpZZO'S Tna hare m It adTettlaed fhr roanr yaaca, bat hja you atcr tried Ht If ant. ma do not know what aa Meal pozzoni'G mmmmm bfim. wiwd ton ,iwm nm wtMHTMtMm, M InfaMtllaftaH Bnpttl4TlrtlaeUad ttniWt BN 1ST PflaJlVStafAi BBttVaTai I J. A. POZZOMI CO. 4V. Leula, MeJ bktioic Titia raraa. aaarwJ aWarwaatJjjj jJJJjl tmwmtmZTEi wtfcdi, laabMM 'jmIi I BB ai n li i iiiIAii a, aaat ai aiaiiajiUp I at Banal aal, -a paawi Hp as I PbbbtMhbvV asWaW CsaaBaa BBVBBaBBSK4 ftftsj aaWafJaBafc SKtar Jfra. A. K. Lanier Bush's Mills, Ohio. Strained Nerves Palpitation of the Heart and a cenerai Break Down . Trw Cood Effect of Hood's was Marked and Permanent. "C. I. Ilood&ro., 1-owelLMass.: - Gentlemen: I was fcikcn down sick last December, anil brrame very weak with nervous trouble, palpitation of the licurt, nnd a general break down. I bud a Rood physician, but lin gered along, Ki'ttiiiK no b(-t!iT. 1 could sit up only about half a dny, until the ltHh of March, ben I concluded I would give Hood's Sarsapa- HoodsCures rilla a trial. "When I had used it a short time, I could get up and go nil nlxmt the house all day. I h never enjoyed perfect health, but am now tuking my lirtii iMittleof Hood's Sarivipa, rilla, and know it has heliMsl me wonderfully. I have used Hood's Tills, nnd think them ex cellent." M i:s. A. K. I.AM Kit, Bush's MiiRXMiio. MOOd'S Pills ct c:isily. yet promplly and el&uauitly, ou the liver aud buweU. ssa. J Ccmoination Coupon. i jj Thia coupon will ettWl?h Identity a a anbscriber to the BOCK j ISLASD ABGUS, and will be aeceptea ror any or an 01 me features mentioned: "P.cturcsQue America" 10 cents aad three coupons of different dates. . "Gathered Jiwels of Song" 90 cent and nix cannons of different dates. lcturerquo World's Fair." 15 cents and thn c eocpqna of different iatea s Saturday, May 5. C'lty anbsrrihrra will prenent the ca'h and the coupon, at the ARGUS offlse. Oat of town sabscrlbers will mail the cwh and the conpons to this Oca with the order for the part de sired, and It will be mailed tbcm free of any farther charge. Aniusements. H arpefs meatre. J K. Montrose, Kanager. OSE WEEK, Commcuciii" MONDAY, May 7. The Spooners EDNA, MAY and CECIL, Supported bv the Sp Doner Comedy Co. 15 Pwplc! 15 People! In a repertoire of cr.tircly new comedies and drami s. wnitt-n eiprt i-i-iy lor taia commnv, IntrouucinKallthu Iniaet aonga and dances. a car mtbu ot special wrnerr, calcium llr ht. new and novel aiac actiingn. opening bill "INEZ," a Mexican Romance, Introducing new and original Ppaiilcta VIIKCI Prices, SO, to at.d 10 cents. On Mondav nl htone Ladv aid one Ger.tlennn or two Ladies. Kdmittcd on nm 30-ceni ticket. ii rcservea neiore p. m. Aionaay. Buy Your PIANOS AND ORGANS At WOODYATT'O 1717 Second Ave. Rock Island. " 406 Fifteenth Street, Moline. CSS KZX & VI .YC'JTU S An the lesQlt of yean of ssMuntifln am the no4wO t a Boat panoctly mnatroctad and are peculiarly adapted tocorractina' the vmrlona vlKoml 1biWm. tlooe. A.triaioft fc n nvlaes y wm w w m p. nw. an For sale bv T. H. THOMAS. Drns gist and optician, . , i TACTICS OF A MOB. How the Poles in the Coke Re gion Go to War. WOMEH AND CHILDREN IS FRONT, An4 the 'Eaemvn i Coinnocd of Onl lrea Hen, trite)' Are Itautty L'aed Up Seven of the Rioters bltot. Two ttciug Polish Amaaona, Who Show Great Fetw eity Affray at Moantaln Iran. Mich., la WbU-h a Striker Is fatally Woanded Militia Onleretl Owt. ScoTTDALE, Pa., May i The north end ot the Connelsville coke region is in A fever of fear, excitement and anxiety. The terrible work at the Painter plant of the McClure company, bad as it was in it self, is feared ntill more as foresbadowini? the beginning ot times anil conditions that are ievitable nnlcw the strike is speedily settled. The battli yesterday was between striking Poles, a small num ber of deputies, and a comparatively few of the men at wc-ik at the Painter plant. Deputy Sheriff Snnlfsr'i White and Chief Clerk Ewing IX llod.iy were terribly beaten, and are to a critical condition. Five Men and Iivj Women Shot. Five men aud two women on the strikers' side were shot, and two of the men dan gerously wounded. Fifty-six of the riot ers have been arrested und are now con fined in the Vniontown jail. The Paiuter plant Tt'a closed down by tlie strikers on theS-lth iust., and was idle until Wednes day of this week. Early ycterci.iy mora ine Joe Sconesky's wife went ahont to the other houses and cot tho women of the striking Poles to join her in a proposed raid m the plant. Alwtut ( o'clock she had ISO men, women aud children in the rauks ready for a raid. Tlio Men Remained in the Rnar. The men remained in the rear, nnd the women nnd children, led by Mrs. Sco nesky, made c rush for the coke yard. This region has seen many savage affairs in whirU women uusexed themselves by deeds of crnel violence, but the old-timers say t hat never lief ore has tbere been seen such a spectacle as this. Every person in t be assaulting party bad some, sort of striking wt':ipou.i Even children, scream ing tlirli:v, flourished sticks suited to their sizs. M.uiy of the women bore axes and some of ll.e liien of the mob carried ball liats and hatchets. Deputy White was the first tuau at the yard on whom a blow fclL Three Against the Whole Mob. Mrs. Scotiesky had a ball club and her hjiibuud wielded an axe. White went down lie fore the front rank of the raiders. Roddy nnd a clerk named James Tarr saw hint fall. In the face of the fearful odds these two men sprung to his rescue and foucbt their way to his side. Then the frantic raiders fei! upon Tarr and Hoddy as Whito struggled to his feet, blinded with Mood. The three men fought de perately, but the odds were too grent, and finally all were down, under the feet of tho mob. Itoddy was beaten and Jcnt about the head almost as badly as White. Row the Itiolers Got Hart. Of course, while the mob was doing this brutal work the assaulted men were not idle. They lieau shooting ns scion as pos sible nnd their bullets brought down most of the seven rioters hurt. As the mob got all three down under foot the deputies ar rived and did ouie more shooting to drive off the rioters, who fled at the approach of the officers, cud tiie buttle was over with the result above mentioned. PROMPT ACTION PREVENTS A RIOT. The Mob Faced by Chauce for a Figbt Conclude, u Wait. Cossellsville, Pa., May 5. The prompt action of cool companies in arming a large force of men at the works in the Vander bilt region prevented a riot there yester day. The uob that closed down the Fort Hill works remained in camp all night preparing to attack Paul aud Xellie. but when they learned that an army of depu ties was patrolling the works they con cluded to delay the attack and dispersed. The lenders say the strikers will assemble r.gnin as soon as the deputies are with drawn. The strikers have adopted a code of sig nn'is by which they can be collected at any point in that vicinity on short notice, bnt the operators say they will keep the depu ties ou guard ns long as there is any dan ger of violence. The men at Fort Hil 1 (who were forced out returned to work im mediately after the mob had dispersed, and are working under the pretction of fifty Winchesters. The formidable dis pluyof guns at Mover also discouraged the mob of strikers there and they dis persed. The leaders bad promised to remain in camp till the Moyer plant closed down, but they knew a conflict with the depu ties, uumbering eighty, would prove dis astrous, and concluded to wait. At no time since tho strike was inaugurated has violence been so imminent as at present. The wholesale evictions contemplated next week and the attempt by the leading comimnies to resume are sure to re sult in violence. The leading companies say they will start unless the liainy works are eluded down. . . Kainey is securing all the large con tracts at handsome figures and the other companies will not stand idly by and see themselves ruled out of the market. Two of the leading companies announce that they will start up . all their works, if in doing so they have to deputize half their men and ask for protection from the state troops. BLOODSHED AT MOUNTAIN IRON. A Marshal Shoots a Striker and the Mob Ctota Cador Way. ' DuiXTK, Minn.', May 5. Marshal fAl Free tried to suppress a slight disturbance among some striking miners at Mouutain Iron lastvenicg, when Mat Matsun threat ened him with a revolver. Free promptly shot him twice iu the abdomen and be will probably, die.. Word of. the affair was sent to the strikers at Virginia and a mob of 1,300 started for Mountain Iron with the avowed intention of lyuchibg i'ioe. (Sheriff Sharvey ordered the militia out and they took charge of Free aad re moved him from the town. Tbere is great excitement in Mountain Iron and bloodshed was feared when the mob arrived, as the strikers are much in flamed -against Free. They were very in dignant over Free's escape, but up to 9 o'clock had done no further damage. Comnanr H ia tinder im kiii) will l I sent at once to reinforce the militia now there." At this writing no word can be bad from Mountain Iron and it to believed tba wires have been cat. The total registration of Chinese in Cal Uoroia under the Qeary law Is 65,000. BANK SUSPENDS PAYMENT. The First National of Sedalla, Mo., Falls to Opea Ita Door. Sedama, May 5. The First National bank of this city, one of the oldest finan cial institutions in central Missouri, failed to open its doors for business. A notice signed by the officers and directors was posted on the door notifying deposi tors ot the suspension. It was brief and as follows: - , . , ,y,-, V "We deem it best to close; a affairs how present themselves to us we ura forced to this issue aud will notify the comptroller of the treasury of our action.'' The bank Ims a capital of 250,000 and was supposed to have a reserve fund' of 2.1,000. The cause of the susension is at tributed to a hats of business brought about by the publication in a St. Louis pa per several months ago of a "fake" tele gram from this city stating that the bank had failed. Other banks became suspi cious and the standing of the First Nation al bank became impaired. The notice of tho suspension has cnused much excite ment throughout the city. It is the gener al belief that all depositors will be paid in full. , The failure of this biuk has not af fected the remaiuins five banks and none of tbcm will be annoyed by a run on the part of their depositors. ' HE HUNTED TRAIN ROBBERS. Then After Awhile Ha Thought' Train Robbers Were Hunting Him. ST. Joseph, Mo.. May 5. August Nie meyer, the son of a contractor iu this city, lies dead in the insane asylum. He was employed some time ago by the railroad companies to assist hi the search foe the train robbers. He worked with the Pink erton detectives hired by the railroad and cxpres companies. Niemeyer believed he knew some of tho robbers. He did some good detective work, but there was not sufficient evidence to warrant the arrest of the men suspected. Nicmeyer's mind was affected by the work, and in a short time it was noticed that his actions were peculiar. After he was taken to the asylum Nie meyer imagined that train robbers wero trying to murder him. This hallucina tion never left him and it finally caused his death. It is said that Niemeyer found the men who had robbed the Burlington trains uear this city a short time aso and that they were sonic of his ncirest friends, lid left the service of the railroad com pany as soon as ho made the discovery and resolved that he would never reveal their nan.es. The secret preyed on his mind and he became insane. Suicide of a Convict. Joliet, Ills., May 5. William Gordon, a convict from Quincy, committed suicide at tho penitentiary by plunging from the gallery around the top pier of cells to the flagging forty feet below. Gordon arrived at the prison three months ago on an eighteen months' sentence. He felt his disgrace keenly, and not being .in robust health was not able to do much work. There was several convicts in their cells on sick list, when, with a shriek, Gordon plunged over the rail. Guards hurried to the scene and found him still breathing, but he died lie fore reaching the hospital. Stepped by Winchesters. CmcAGO. .Ma. 5. Winchesters and dep uty sheriffs were all that prevented a small army of strilters from demolishing the brickyards of D. V. Puringtou & Co. at Bluu lsluud and from attacking the forty brickuiakers who are still at work there. Their intention was to destroy these works first, it is said, and then to administer in turn the tame treatment to the other yards iu Blue Island and adjoin ing towns where non-union men have re lused to come out on strike or stay out. Divorced Couple Remarried. CuiLLltOTllE, Mo May 5. Isaac A. Whitney of St. Paul aud Mrs. L A. Whit ney of this city were married here by Justice Bai kley. The parties were mar ried in Moberly, Mo., seventeen years ago aud were divorced three years later after two children were born to them, but neither luurritd again. Mrs. Whitney has resided here since her divorce and no woman stands higCer in the commun ity. Warden Fat-sell Ousted. Laxsisg, Mich., May 5. The supreme court entered a judgment ousting War den Parsell of the state house of correc tion at Ionia, from office and affirming the title of Ellis Fuller thereto. Fuller is the governor's Republican appointee. Par sell held over from the former Democratic administration. He claimed there was in sullicieut cause for removal. Killed Daring a Storm. PACK Kiwje, Ills., May 5. A heavy windstorm struck an unfinished building being erected by H. Schmeltikopf aud completely demolished it. One man was killed and three seriously iujured. The killed: Albert Koppler of Niles. The se riouly iujured are: Edward E vers, G us Miller, Henry Peterson. Missouri Miners Quit Work. MoBEULY, May 5. The crusaders from the miuing towns of Bovier, Lingo aud other puiuts in the district have succeeded iu inducing oil the miuers at work in tfie Ardmore districts tlay down their tools. AU the mines in the county are expected to be closed by Saturday night. Chinese Reglatratlon In California. San Fkancisco, May 5. In this city the total registration of Chinese under the registration law has reached aO.OOO. The total state registration so far as can be learned is 05,5'J'J. The number of unregis tered Celest ials i hard to estimate, prob ably several thousaud. Bun Down by Train. ' - . Watkktowj?, Jf . J., May 5.-Hug u Mo Coriuick. aged 75 years, and his grand son, S years old, were struck aud instantly killed by a runaway train near Browne vdle. McCormick had the boy iu bis arms, carrying over the track, when the train struck him. Kelly To Urn Starved Oat. Des Moixes, May 5.-H is the general impression here that Kelly will be starved out aud forced to march, and that Lis army will dwindle to a corporal's guard before the river is reached. Directum Injures Bis toga. CHICAGO, May 5.-The Inter Ocean says: Directum, the king of the trotting stall ions, my not be seen on the turf this year. Uhile being driven nearPleasan lou, Cal., he stumbled aad fell badly, in juring both forelegs. ' Woman Burned to Death. Roctiesteu, N. Y., May 5. Mrs. Mar gery Mclntyre, aged IS yesrs, was burned to death ia the Glenn House, which was destroyed, . ! AGAINST JENKINS. Report of the Boatner Commit tee Majority. HE ERRED, BUT DID IT HONESTLY, And the Cjomuilttee Cannot Keconamend i Impeachment ranceedingt , ! the Noted Northern Pacific Strike I nja no tion Caae-Right or. Men to Strike As serted The Practice of United States ; Courts Criticised. (, , ( ! Washington-. May 5.-."Judge Jenkins erred in issuing his arbitrary Northern Pacific strike injunction, but he did it honestly and wo cannot recommend im peachment proceedings ' to be brought against him." These are not the exact words of the report made by the congres sional committee appointed to investigate that celebrated injunction which has proved so odious to the laboring public, but' they set forth the sentiment expressed in the document which was rendered to congress. The report goes into the many in tricate details of the proceedings of the court aud ths causes leading thereto and, after telling what the judge did, says it was doue iu error, but ia honesty and caudor. Rights of Laboring Men to Strike. The report says the opinions cited by Jml Jciikics iu support of his action do r.ot support him nt all, but, on the couti;rv, snow clearly that courts of equity cannot enforce the specific per fonuauce of the contract for personal service by writs of injunction and other processes. It aNo recognizes the right of laboring men to strike when they feel l.ke it. In order, however, thnt more hon est mistakes may not lie made, the com mittee recommends the enactment of a inw prohibiting such decrees by c'onrts of equity. The committee also finds thnt the power of the federal courts to appoint re ceivers for railways is subject to anuses and that the j!ile often appoint receiv ers that nre wanted not for foreclosure proceedings bat to outwit creditor. These powers, says the committee, are purely of the court's creation und there fore dangerous. I'nnishmeiit for Contempt. The committee would have the cases for which receivers may Iki appointed in the iedural coiurts fully ucUccd by law. The powers asserted by the federal judges to punish for cculempi ara also given n sift ing, with the conclusion that the unlim ited use of such aliened rights is danger ous and should lie limited by law. 'A'he tcpor; closes with the following: I "Your cnmmitt-e is of the opinion that the i roiccUon of pro;ierty rights should be leu ia the hands of executive officers and that violations of laws should be pun ished by proceedings defined aud provided by law and that in order to pre vent the ub:tc of authority claimed by the ju.iici.-.ry their power td punish for contempt should be defined aud limited by law." WARNING TO RANDALL. Valparaiso Citizens Will Keep His Army nt of Their Mare. VALr-AKAiso. Ind., May 5. "General" Randall arrived at Ho'.:art with his army at 10 a. m. The army proceeded to coufis-catL- all the bread and crackers in town aud there was considerable lioting in the ranks. The resolutions p.tssed by Val paraiso citizens demanding that Randall's army be prohibited from catering this city were handed to Radall, but he said they would march into Valparaiso just the same. There is much feeling here aud aid has been refused the army. A committee of leading citizens left for Holtiirt to induce Randall's army to dis b ind and return to Chicago. If they re fuse the committee will notify them that the ttitiaute to ibis city will lie denied and force used if necessary to prevent their coming. The streets were filled with men disci. ssing the in my. S.-veral men have vol unteered, nntnbiy old soldiers, to act as speiiiil police to prcventtheurmy entering the city. Great lllaze in Dublin. . Dublin-, M iy 5. The large wholesale and retail r.rapery, carpet, curtain, up liolstery and cabinet stores of Arnott-Ai Co., limited, 11 to 15 Hoiiry street, this city, linvc lieeu destroyed by fire. Three hundred employes of the establishment who were sleeping cn the premises suc ceeded iu escaping. The offices of The i'lteinuu's Journal, adjoining the build ings of Arnott : Co., caught fire, but the liaims were extinguished bufore much damage was doue. lxird Mayor Dillon was present at the conflagration nnd a strong force of troops assisted the firemen. The damage done is estimated at $1,000,0 R). The lire was tho largest that has occurred ia Dubliu for many years. Illinois I'rohibitioniata Nominate. Blwimixutox. May 5. The state Pro hibition conventiou rushed matters aud reached adjournment at 12:15 p. m. The following uomiuations were made: For United Slates senator. Dr. J. G. Evans of Ab:ndou; stale treasurer, J. W. Puter bnugh, Mackinaw; state superintendent of public instruction, N. T. Edwards, Ke wanec; trustees of the University of Champaign. Mrs. Rena Michaels Atchison of Evauston; Mrs. A. E. Sauford of Bloom iutou, nnd Charles Av Merritt of Mason City. The platform was about the same as usually adopted by prohibition conven tions. " Dangerous Counterfeit. Washington, May 5. The secret serv ice of the treasury is informed of the ex istence of a new and dangerous counter feit of the & treasury note. It is of series of 1!W1, check letter "B," J. Fount Till man, register, D. N. Morgan, treasurer, with Mcl'herson portrait on the note. The note is a trifle smaller than the genuine and is printed ou soft, flimsy paper. The numbering is poor, both as to formation nnd color, being almost brown or chocolate instead of carmine. - Xo Mora Indlaa Soldiers, Washington, May 5. By direction ot the assistant secretary of war the few re maining Indians composing Company L Second infantry, at Fort Omaha, Neb., Company I, Sixteenth Infantry, at Fort Douglas, Utah, have been discharged, thereby practically wiping out the organ izations and marking another step to ward the total abandonment of the "'rmt of separate Indian companies. Croker'a Mission to WaslOactoS. ' : WAsniXGTOJT. May S.-Richard Croker, boss of Tammany hall, is In this city. The purpose of the visit of the Tiger" is avowedly the expurgation of tba iiiaoBaa tax clause vf the tsrUC bills JJl '. ' ! V J , , ;-. . ;- i : v-'W- -4 ' ' v .; -; - &ar . I 1 ' : i This Vhcn he returns to his far-cfT northern hinm . will sec about him that fame drear)- ista of snow and ice upon which he first opened his eyes. Then will his heart long for the ha; i y days at the World's Fair when he could tV-.t 'iii his kayak from the Esquimaux Village nt i!;, North Pond down past the everchanirin': i,.;::;.. rama of the great Fair. This can be found in PiClliHI! Surpass all other illustrated series. For the first time, though a host of publication have been issued giving views of the World's Coluniuian Exposition, have the magnificent buildings, the beautiful vistas, the wonderful exhibits, the great works of art irA the strange and curious things of Fair and I'laisance been literally reproduced to the eye. They have lc n in spected by DIRECTOR-GENERAL GEO. R DAVIS, and approved by this ultimate authority. The Colors Appear in . . . . Picturesque World's F.v.p HOW TO GET IT Sec Tue Augls combination coupon. 1 WILLIAM EMIG The Fashionable Merchant Tailor Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported and domestic suitings in the city. 1707 SECOMD AVENUE J. V.Bosbbtiiu). ToBBin'f- ROSENFIELD BROS. PUACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitter House Heatins: and Sanitary numbing. Basement Rock Island Xat. City ISus and Express Lin8. For Bus or Express Line telephone 1141, and yon will receive prompt attention. TH2CSHLAKB ft SFENCES, Prc?i 9 . r Ar - . B, BRIGHT-EXED ESKTMO ROY Wei's m HOPPE. THE TAILOR, 1803 Second Avenue: