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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1894.
THE ARGUS. hUM Dally m4 Weakly at tM Mcw iwii, keek but m. J. W. POTTBB, PCBLUHKB. TIKI Dally, tea acata per mt. Weekly, tl.tt par eaaoaa; Is adTanca tl.BO. AO ceaanltMloM ar acntlral a aitaaaata tlaa akanctot, aoiltlaal at reHtfoae, aaart kava faal aaaM stuck for pahlleatloa. Me inch rtlelea will be prlnlrd ear etlltoaa alfutnica, Oanaapeadaaea anlKitad from aaarr avwaahlp ta Itaak lataM armor. MOXDAT, JCKK 18, 1894. The Springfield boarI of olncation hatprmd resolution h t aft r this year no niarriod women, ami only one member of the name family, ahull hoM positions as teacher, in the public schools. William Walter 1'ntLi-s, ex-minister to Germany, died early yester day morning at KnIewood, N. J. He was a man of greater ability and breadth than he was credited with. Though what may be termed aristo cratic by birth and breeding he was polit;cally and personally honest. Tub Union continues to hold np ex-Congressman W. II. (iest as the only man created who it suitable to represent this district in congress. The slabber in which it indulges yes terday morning must Ikj horribly re pulsive to Mr. I iest, if ho is a man of the modesty which lias lio n attribut ed to him. In self-defense be ought to have the captain choke the Union off. The new national librarv at Wash ington cost $550,000. It "is 470x34 feet and 140 feet high. It will hold 4,000.000 volnmcs and '.'OO.Ooo pam phlets. In national libraries France now leads the world, llors cantains a full million more volumes than that of (ireat Britain the next largest. Germany is next in rank, and Russia Is fonrth". The United States comes next in order. Tut affiliation of the American Railway Union and the Knights of Ialor just agreed upon will result in a powerful and effective coalition f r tie Knifhts arc strtng in tl cut', where the Union is weak, and the Union strong in the west where the Knights are weak. The combination will give to .labor a pint's strength, and the character of the men in com mand of the organizations gives as surance that the strength will be wisely used. - HrKMAK K. Ta I'iieseck. national president of the chief farmers' organ izations anl chairman of the execu tive committeo of the populists, is credited with a scheme on behalf of those organizations to sentl Secretary of State Walter Q. Grcsham to the United States senate from Illinois to succeed Shelby M. Cullora. It is al most needless to say that Judge Gresharn will not consent to the u.-e of his name in any such connections any more than he" did with the presi dential nomination of those parties two years ago. oanit Swaaa from a Jmlf n. Judge Taync.'s decision in the Prendcrgast case is one of the most noteworthy that has been delivered In many years, says the Chicago Tost. The magistrate showed a strong conception of the underlying exemplary purpose of our criminal laws, the absence of which from the minds of some of his colleagues has had a disastrous effect upon the standing of the conrts in this com munity. We do not recall a more opportune, or a stronger deliverance than the following: If the criminal law is to havo po tency and power in a community, it must be liecause of a wise, conserva tive public opinion, and because of a quick, earnest and conservative ad ministration of the law. To say that a man may commit murder may have a fair trial, may exhaust all of the resources known to the law for reprieve, pardon or stay, and then upon an application of this court have a continuance from March until Kovemlrcr. or March until Septem ber, would Im, in my judgment, an abuse of judicial discretion. Counsel hare referred to the pub lic aspect of this case. This has no weight with this court. The position which I have felt it my duty to take here is taken because I feel that the effect of the administration of the law Is lessened or destroyed by fre quent continuances, by "long post ionements, so that txrople begin to wonder whether there is, after all, any speedy, sure or certain punish ment. The Tost further comments: The utterance Is especially apposite in the l'rondorgast case, for here in a greater degree than elsewhere a pos itive miscarriage of the justice has has threatened by reason of delay and the timidity of the courts. The fate of the wretched prisoner himself is of little actual consequence. It is in the effect of tho indecision of justice on the good opinion and re spect in which the law must lie held by the public to be of value that the danger llos. Oar judges seem to for get that, as we say, the first :piirmsc of criminal law is exemplary and the punitive purpose hangs to that. We bare no hesitancy in saying that there is more to shell the moral Jfiber pf the community Jn this and similar cases in which lagsrinz justice has been led a tiresome chase through the alleys known to tho law than there wonld be in the absolute repeal of the statute prescribing capital punish ment for murder. ; The law must be kept in good re pute or it fails in its purpose. When found tripping the feet of justice in stead of serving her, it becomes a menace to the public peace. Judge I'ayne has performed an illustrious service in demanding that delay shall cease and that the course of criminal trials shall be swifter and surer than it has liecn. His example is well worth following by his col leagues, especially at this time, when the insecurity of good citizens in their life and property rights and the fatal contempt of bad men for the certainty of justice arc growing much beyond the point of safety. CRISPI WAS GAME. The Italian rnmicr Exhibits Vary Good tint. Rome, June 18. An attempt to assassi nate Premier Crispi was made here. The premier was driving in his carriage to the chamber of deputies when a man sudden ly drew a revolver from bis pocket and fired at biiu. Tho premier was not wounded and, springing from his carriage. ruAXcrsco cbisl he seized the would-be murderer and held him until a policeman arrived. Great ex citement prevails throughout the city and the premier is being congratulated on all sides upon his narrow escape. Iremir Crispi was driving from his residence to tha cbam!er of deputies in a closed carriage. As the vehicle was turn ing from the Via Grejorinna into the Via Cu poli-ca.se a man who was loitering on the sidewalk put his band into Lis breast, drew a revolver, dashed into the street and ran up to the carriage. I'lred at fchort Range. lie then lifted his revolver, took a short aim at ths premier and fired. Sig. Crispi was uninjured and promptly sprang out of the carriiise, with the intention of seiz ing the would-be assnsiin. Tee latter.how ever, was !rant immediately seized by a number of people who were attracted to the spot by the report of the revolver. In a moment the neighborhood was crowded with excited people vowing venzeance spon the man who had attemped to murder the premier. A rush was mnde for tho num. who was struggling with his rnpturs near the premier's carriage, and he would undoubtedly have been beaten to death had it not been for the prompt arrival of the police. Deputy l'ugliese, who was oue of the first to seize the would-be murderer, picked up the re volver when the prisoner was in feafs hands and hooded it to the premier, who examined it curiously and with great coolness. Loud Clivers fur the Premier. Signor Crispi was loudly cheered for the courage he displayed under such trying circumstances. The first reports of the atluir had it that the premier himself was the first person to lay hands on the man who fired the shot, but although this does not turn out to be correct there is no doubt that the distinguished Italian statesman displayed most remarkable presence of mind, and that he would undoubtedly have, closed promptly with his aviailant hod it not been for the fact that other people laid hands on the rascal before the premier could approach him. hig. Crispi was most warmly cheered when he arrived at the chamber of deputies, for tho news of the attempt upon his life had preceded him. Upon reaching the chamber the premier went to the pr.-Mcknt'ji room and related his story of the affair quietly as it nothiug extraor dinary bitd hnppeued. The Outrage iennnncetl. When the news of the attempted assas sination of the premier liecmne generally known crowds of deputies and others pushed their way to the president's room in order to conyrutuliite Sijnor Crispi U)on his escue from deuth and to express their adiuirution of his courageous con duct. When the sittinx of the chamber of deputies opened there were cheers for the premier, and tho president urose and told the members of the nttempt npou his life, severely denouncing the outrage, and expressing the hopo that Signor Crisul's life would be long preserved to his country. The remarks of the president were greeted with loud and continued ap plause from the members and from the people in the galleries. A brand Feature of Hood's Sarsaparilla Is that while it purifies the blood and sends it cours ing through the veins fall of richness and health, it also imparts new life and vigor to every function of the body. Hence the expression so often heard: "Hood's Sarsaparilly made a new person of me." It overcomes that tired feeling so common now. Hood's pills are purely vegetable, perfect I r harmless, alwavs reliable and beneficial. "Rural Buby" Kym Watsky I a "Rye as M a Bye," aataraMy ripened and tea from all forclira flavor and adulterants, rnar antaad pan and over eleven jean of age, reeom mended to the eonnolssetfr a a meritorious arti cle worthy of the coaSleooo ef tavauds, eoova Icetnta and tba ased. Bee that our aaaM Is elowa in bottle . 1.00 per quart bottle. "KOTAL ULBT" lOKT WINE, pore, old aad mallow, therefore best adapted for hi nil. la. ennvaleeceata aad tba acad. It ratona lost vitality. create. atraiuria and appetue. Initios op tb week and dehlllutud. Qnana. St. Flats, evente. fat ape honor and guaranteed bv KUYAL WINK. CO, Chleaao. Tnr at Harper tlnaee Pbaraaaey. sal by Wuhaa ttcadcBia, Mouse . - WILL NOT LET HIM SUFFER. Colorado Miner Looking Ont tat the Rev. Myron Recti. Dekver, Jena 18. Tho miners of Vic tor, who have just emerged from their lit tle civil war, are now beginning to look after their friends. The liev. Myron W. Reed is first on the list in their estima tion. Through sympathy for the miners he lost a job worth (5,000 a year and the miners proioae ta see the preacher through. They have opened a auWriptiou which already amounts to more than enough to pay all expenses for a year. Mr. Read regards the affair as a fake and said he was open to oilers from all par ties. He is swamped with invitations to speak and will probably ncctpt one from Indianapolis for the Forth of July. He also announced himself in the field for the Populist nomination for governor. His only opponent of any strength is Waite. Blaj Sale or Grain Elevators. TOCOMA, Wnsh., June 18. Frank Cor b:n aud J. T. Bibb, composing the Tocoma Grain company, have purchased of the re ceiver of the Northern Pacific Elevator compan the thirty-nine elevators belong ing to the Xortheru Pacific system in the northwest. Iyunuiite Found in the CoaL BEAVE1! FALLS.. Pa.. Jnnn is -).; unloading a car of coal at the shovel " o' uvuHuiiie eignt inches Ions were found. It k cnm.i .i . . . t -j v... t-iiiA. tau tlynunute was placsd in the car by strik ing miners, but furtnn ( .,- it a: ered in time to prevent aa explosion. Cable From Qaoen 1.11. Dear Grcsham One mote boos I era vc, I trust la ypr.r affection 'Tis not to murder Dole, the Knave, Or pn down lnsnm-'Ctici.; Tls nit my ctowii but ins to save, I write in lppp dejf ct on. Add so aparfca?c I mu?t ha-e Of Park's Tea frr my complexion. fJreshnm's Aniuer to Onren I.IL When I recoiv u yonr rahlrara I thniifrtit I mrc vould faint. For thouch I often ne i'irl;' Tea, 'Ti i.ot f. r ronr ccmo alnt I feared that Mr. O. vonl.l think Wtonz anoint our ennnrctiou. Ttllen lier lres-r tta-rc I sw Park's Tea fer htr romp'cxion. Sold by llartz & Ullemeyer. A STRANGE CASE. How cn Enemy was Foiled. Tho f.iilowlntj rrnnhln Ftntcmcnt Trill be read with lnt n-oiuu-rosi : "1 eannot deM-ril tlionun:t.rivcpyROiisatirmtltntexisted in my arms. Iiunl ami h qa. I had to rub and leut those parts tint il they vere sore, lootvmime in a nietisure tee u-uil (ueitnc mat lind taken IMesion of tiutit. In addition. 1 hud a sirmiiie wenktiPfs in my tiaek and antunu my waist, toetlu-r Hit u:i ltulescnliultlo 'ennu' feeling In t:i t-tomai-h. I'liysielans saiil it was croeiiina paralysis fiiim wiiirh, acronJ iuir to tii.-Ir universal roni'iusion, there i. no relief. Onee It fastens uroti a persAm, they siiy, ii t titLiiiii(.- us iiisiuious pmirress UlilU it reaches a vital rx. hit ami the suiri-rer tliis. Sueh was rcr pmsptst. I had lieen doctorinn a yf ar and a ha!f siemMly. but with no par tienlar iwnetit, when 1 saw an advertisement of lr Miles' Kestor.itive Nervitn. tiroeured a Itottleand tiecan usinz It. Marvelous us it may seem, nut. n few days had passed before every hit of lltat creepy fe-Iina had left me. and there has not even tho slightest tnilicHtion oi lis return. 1 now fevi as well us I ever did. ami have pained ten Founds In weight, thouirh I had run down rora 170 to VJT. Fottr others have used Dr. Miles' KtortIve Nervine on my reeomen dation.and it has been assntisfactorv in their case as in mine." .lames Knne, La line, U. lr. Miles' itcstonnive Kervine is sold bynJ.l urucsifis "n n, positive rttarantee, or sent direct hy the Ir. Miles Medieal Co.. Elkhart, Ind.. on rvelnt of nriee. el ner bottle, six ImiI t les for ?fi. express prepaid, it h freu from opiatca or uug'ruub uru4. LLGAL net:vi.ii n.isrKK)t hale. BTATE OF ILLINOIS. I Koca iBLaHD CoirirrT. f In thi circuit court. In chancery: TUmias S. S:lvis. v. Iiia S. .Tair.erfnn. retlc Smifi. Alice Smith. Clsra B Smith nn't Milli ard . chviH Patdtion ir?neral No 3,ti-Ii. Notice If hereliy riven thit hr virtn of rtn. cree oi raid court entered in the aiejve entitled caune on Uc 7 htliy of Jnic. A. I). 1S91, I shall on Saturday, the 14Lb I"V or July. A. r. tS!M. at the nnur a! So'clock la thft afittm.ion, at tha north do. rof the court hmii-c. In the city of Hock I-iana, in miu roun.y ui r.tnr.K iiaim. to ?nti!ry anld de rrec, sell at pnhiic vi'uilne to the hu-h.-t bidder npm the f lUinj terms that re tain parc-l of land, a'ttinic in ti e conntv oi kor lrianri and nnte of Illinois, known an 1 de scribed a follow, to-wit: The west seven e'euu (XI of ths huf of the sonthwi'Ht fracuunnl qti.rter sorth of ihe ttid'an nonndary liar, of auction thirty-two t3?). In township cirhteen IS), north of riu-.'e onetli, east of the Kourth priacii nl merHian. contniuini; ahiut fift?-one and ellt'ecn onn-hnndredths 151 18-ltk!) acres or land, nehi' ini! all the etate nH rlgiit t f dower of laid lle'le Srciti tuercia as w d of A b-r. L. Smlt", iii ceaeU. Terms or Pale One half rash down at the time of said snlr, and ether half upon a credit of one yenr with Interest at the rate of 6 per cen. per annum from Hi? time of sur.h sale, said do ferred payment to he secured by ruiM-tirnce opon tbp prcmlsi a sold; with the option to the pur cliaer to pny the whole of rai l purchase piles in cash If so dt-sired. IHted at Kock Island this ISth day of June. A. I). 16:1. IIAtiOLU A. WELD, Fpr-c'al Vaster in Chancery. Bbnbt Ccbtis, Cciiiplainaut's tolicitcr. Kotlcc to Contractors. Sealed proposals will be reecived at the city clerk's office. Hock Island, 111., antll Mot.day June 18, Itjtil, ot 0 o'clock p m.. fur e- nmruiinr Uie Improvements ordered br an ordinance of said eltr. entitled " or lh.nnre for the im nronmeiit ofMm tecnth stn et. from the south line of Fourth nvm.ne to tbn north linr oi rixlb avrtru" rurn'ne east, and siatk avenue from the west line of Twcnli. tb street to the west line rf Nineteenth street rar.tiii.ir south, and NlnelOLDth street from the sooth Una .f S xth arenne t the north curb libo of fcevetth avr,ue, ail in the city of Ro-k Island. Ill ,' pwtd April IB. l.SUt, and for funiisliin oil the matucials, and d InL' toe work accordii to the plana aud sieeif1cnlio:is on tile at lh- rlty clerk's office. Alt bkW mutt ho acownoaehid with a ovrt.ificd rlieck In the sum of S5.ll.Ul payable to the or der of tlio mayor of said city, which shall lx cotc foifeited t' said city In caac the biailer shall fall to enter into Co it' act wilh imnnnd sureties to execute the work for the rmcej nd speciflcations in thi: evdut liiat the contract shall he awarded to him. Onnt-actors am 'equlred. to fnml.h samplea of brick with which work is to he done. Urhk nsed In the work must correspond with toe sam ples la qnhllty an 1 stvle. Block Island, Mty , 1H9. A. 1). HVIsIKO, City Clerk. tea Mr. IT. X. Parkhurat Earre, Vermont. . Could Not See to Read Inflammation In the Eyes A Business Man Cured by Hood's perfect Eyestgnt Restored. Read the letter ot Mr. IT. N. Tarkhurst, dealer in granite and manufacturer of granite monumeuts at P.arre, Vt : C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Last winter I was Liken with scrofulous sore eyes. I was totally blind in one eye and the other was so badly effected that I Could Not Sco to read or writo. My eyes pained me very much for three or four months, and for about three weeks Nifore I went to Burlington for treatment, the pain was hardly endurable. On my return from Burlington in April last, I could not see any lietter titan before I left home. At this time I commenced to tako Hood's Sarsapa rilla and havo now taken two hhttles. I Can New See as well as before t'teafSiction; can see to read and carry on my business, that ef a manufac turer of granite monuments, without the aid ot glasses. Wlieu I left tho doctor's care I could hardly hear the li!it en my eyes, and had to be Sarsaparilla Tery careful witen out on the street alone. Hood's Sarsaparilla has purified my blood and been the means of restoring my eyesight. It has also helped tne in other ways. I am not now troubled with constipation, my tftsestion Is oeiier unit i jeei nn.' a new man." il. , 1 AKKHUKST, liarrc. ermoitu Hood's PiSIs are purely vegetable, and do not purge, pain or erijic Sold by ail druggists. RUPTURE Painlessly, Positively, Perfectly. Per manently, (MJ-R-E-D Without Surgical Operation ordetcn tion from Business. 0 pay for treatment nntil eared. TMsrascs cf ittHiQiuit iirotitcconsii;mu.in, tnrture, r isaares j-ruMtis or itctiin plies iiermanentlv rnrea. Fistula enret1 wiinnui ihe use of knife. Hiies removed Without jiaiu at the ttMlzzl and Surgical Institute r- - ----.-jiC--.i.-- DOCTORS AJTDERSON & ROSE, WHERE CONSULTATION IS FREE Permanently Located In tho Ryan Block, C i Second and flratfy otreetg, Oavennort, Iowa. ALL AFFLlnTF.D AMV. Ycvzmiv Drs, Anderson and Rose arc eradaaies of the leading- medical eoheea of this country, ar.d - " -i,L .-" m uim trcatnicni of tb route diseatts. CATAKKn. TnUOAT AKD LrKGS. They sorceasfullv treat CatArrh, Throat and Lunsrs, diseases of Uie dicestive orenns. dystu sia, ilvor troual-e, coustipauon, chronic diar ruoea. KIDNFT AND CETSAET Troubles speedily removed. KEKVOI S D1SKASE3. The most arETravntcd cases are ureodily and permanently cunui hv our m w i..i . . ment. ' LAPISS AFFIJCTET) Fpccia attention pfren to all diseases peculiar to women. Kvetv farilitv Slid aitV)Ti.n.ra 4 ,r ,K.t twuw.. - . iCTw.wui uid atieeur re moval of tms class of ciiicasL-s. ' . toetncity its Scientific Applica tion. PMlal hietnlalics a mnln, . . - --'--" iriinroni natr W'.llS mttrlfa tilmr.M v.nu . . . troiyshu ' " " ' rviuoveu oy eiec BLOOD AKD SKIN DISEASES. All t r OR !. aria.nff fmm a.i i Ua, orKcma, tvttor, Lam.r. n Iters, etc C&n bft lnniiiAi1 r-lifantlw i... n . , : - . r iwvKT vt inner" n Z- ftU" 'W'f." blank.. Addrea, por'lowaT "u' 'rsa block, Daveo- V1TAL.S a WeU Aoo of WITH tn '?r0-' the great JZJ2e P B C aj s aa nfsu ' Prmares the Above Uesulti in so Daji. It acta Poweriullyand,.iiekly. Cures wa nil others and ola men will recover their youthful vicot i,n,rlD&V,TAL,SV lVteWyaAau5jS5 k5J?i VrV'sne6a.Xo8t iuiiity, Impotency, K ,.',y Kntissions, Lost Power, Failiua Mem ory, Waatinir Diseases, and all effects of self abuse or excess ond indiscretion. Wards oS Ll? aJSd eonsnmption. Insist on having VITAUs. ,eot''cr Can be carried in veat pocket, by mall. tl.OOper package, or six tar ?5-. with posiUv. wrtttef nSti JlS, at rrrttad the moasv. Circular free. Address CALLUKT LiJUMt COHPAkf. tulcaf UJL For sale at Hock Island br ITasn. rr.. tm aucy and William Clcnctenin. Draggiit. KoUaa. ' A 13 - ..r:S5S 31 THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. f HTCAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC Railway Depot corner Fifth avenue and rnirty-arsi rocs rrana u. riommer, Agent. TBAiNS. isr. Waar, Denver Limited AOmiha Ft. Worth. Denver At K. C. t 3:&5aa t 4:45 am S :15 am tl:!Bpra 8:4Spm 6:10 m 5:110 am K. C St. Joe A Minneapolis t 6:45 an t 7:.Vain 1 :40 am 7:.S0ain M :30 am am mnuic les aiotnes t Omaha A Kansas City Omaha A Dcs Moines Ex... gimaha A Dea Moines Ex.. ccver, Lincoln A Omaha... St. fan A Minncapol'S St, I-aal A Minneapolis.... St. Joseph, Atchisou A K. C. Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C. tKansas City A Bt. Joseph. tKock Island A Washinjrton. ;.'hicsaro A Des Moines t &:a)pm t a: is am t St'JOata I f.: m t 8:M pm 18:30 am ir, am t 6: t :O0pm tlisnpm t :t am 4 -.40 am 11:00 pm 1 :SA am t S:t pm t 7:S0am finpntl Arnval. tltcpsrrure. JDniiy.cxcept Sunday. All others daily. Telephone lOVL F. B.FT.tmca, Agt. BURLINGTON ROUTB-C., B. A J. RAIL way Depot Flrt avenue and Sixteenth street, i. J. Youna, apent, TR4IX8. trATS. aaarva. Su Louis Ktrpress 6:40 am 7:8 pm St. Louis Express.... 7:NSpro T:'H am St. Paul Passcnper 8.45 pn 7:fJ5 am Beardftown Passenfjcr...... 8:10 pm 10:35 am Steriinj; Passenger 7:65 am 8 -Aft pm finhnque 1'axsei.per-... V :65 am H :46 pm 8'erltng Passenger 8 :45 pm Kaily. fHICAGO, S1ILWALKFE A ST. PAUL Failway Racine A fcan:hwc3tern Division Depn Twentieth street, between First aiid Second avenm a, K. D. W. Unbnes, Acnt. TSATN8; T.snvr. aBiva. Mail and Express T?i0 am 9:pm Paul Express 4 :lA) ,,m 11 :45 -aa Dock Island a Peoria Railwat Depot First Avenue and Twentieth street F. A. Kockwcli, Agent. TRA1X3. I Irava j Armva Fan, Mail Ex;rtS3 Sinsam' 7:.Vi pra Express 2:Stpm! 11:15 am fable Aeftommo'latlon :lfm; S:Q pni Dirlixotox, Cedar Rapids a .orthern Failway, dcrmt f :ot cf Brsdv strwt. Davenport. Jaa. idorton, uea. Tk't A Pass. frenU Pavor.port Trslns. l.vw f Awmva Passeni-er m mm piu.hio.&t am PreiKnt b7:ao , m bl.tJ am west l.uwrtv Tm-.n N.rih. :s..n'h. IWenser b7:liUQ bliliaepm alotiiOpm a!:15ais "No. b7 :25 pm Frelnht. h3:40pm bll:4"am aia:4S;im I bS:O0am anally. nOaUy except on da y. tGoinirnrr'h tGoinc South ind east. o. IS iuus between 1 '..la. Mbnll . . t 4" . . . f ... To St Louis VIA ma Leave Rock Island .8:05 A. K .7:10 p. M. ArriTC St. Louis Rate S7J0 This Route affords a pleasant day journey through the best por tion of the state of Illinois, in cluding 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 yon can order what your appetite demands and at a reasonable price. Another thing; to be considered is, that you 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. STOCXHOUSE, 6. T. A, Free Free Free How to procure ANTI-WAS II BOARD SOAP POWDER free ot charge: BUY "OUR LADY" SOAP. Cut off the end of the wrapper, at place named. When you have 35 pictures of our Anti-Washboard Soap Powder, take them to your grocer or present them at our ollico and you will receive FREE a 4-pound package, worth 25c We make this liberal in ducement to quickly introduce Our Lady Soap and Anti-T7ashboard Soap Powder And holds good until ail wrap pers on which this offer is print ed, is presented to us. VVarnock & Raloton Soap Makers, Rock Island. Shoe Points To be Observed For real good service, correct styles and fitting, fair treatment, and the best aver age values for prices charged in Black or any color to suit everyone. We are the people. Special Ladies' Department. Cor. Second anil Harrison Sis. Telephone 207. See our spring And summer MX scniiEiu JOHX M. 2CHI5EIL, PARIDOli & S01T, Painters and Decorators PAP23 EaUTSSSS, CALSSLUKSES. etc. aJHOP, 419 Sanatsettali St., E0C2 ISLAIHJ. ILL. J. SPILGSR, Contractor and Builder. Shop, Holly Hoae Bouse. Residence, 410 Seventh street SEOBtiE SCHAFEE, Proprietor. 190! Second Avenue, Corner at Birteantti Street, - Opposite Eirperl Tintre. The choicest Wing. Liquors. ! Lonrta Bara Da) Duck Suit Sale Nothing like them anywhere in the three cities. Fine Tuxedo Duck Suits only $1.49 At this sale Elegant line of Linen Suits, Waists and Wrappers. All our Capes and Jackets below cost. BEE HIVE, 114 17. Second St, Daienport Suits. Our purpose in advertising is to let evcr-UA-who buys clothing that is all mankind ht:e about know that our suitings are in, ar.d ilr finest ever displayed in the city. You ar respectfully invited to call and see the latt iapatterns and styles. Call and leave your order. ZIMMER; Star Block, opposite Harper house. I! U a U Is VI tit IMILU IS03 Second Avci PARIDOJf. HESKV A. 1'AUllioX Beer and Cigars alwavs on Hand 4ad W r?....-l li i M$mm nmwm I Vlljvfiljt!,:.'::-! - llaS' mmmm V 1 &!?fX,fC J&T,;slk .r 5V I