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THIS ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1094, THE ARGUS. hMiM 0Oy aaa WerUs M 1 W Me Imh. Baca lataaa m. J. W. POTTOB, Pnutni. T,nXe Pal'r. wwiikik. Weekly, ti.oa aer aaaas;ta atfyasceS! SO. A3 coataaakaaioae of striatal at aiifaalt Use taeractae. yalttM at reneleaa, ana aave real MM afTMaaa' for HWWIM. IS IKk mkIm ana ae aetata oae Btrtloaa elxaatntna. Csi muss disss saUettea1 froen eserr nuaaaaln la Knc ts'aad aoaaw. DEMOCRATIC TtCKR. srra. Toe Senator Faiaaxia Iiotuh Foe Sap, of ataonls EmT Raaa Fgf Tvaff ..Btasaaa t. Cumitt Trassre f tae ret. Tm Jrxui u. Vaira. ritr af Ilh- - T.rxoe c CinDinn, Ma. ....... ... . tutu L. Pi i4rrm. 7 or Beaiaar ef Coccrese ...Jo a W. Oimi For Wcu.of Gen. A eeal:y.....J. D. Mnutu COCiTT. Tar Or.itt Jsde r Coast Clr Camne Walbbxcs For Wr f lataica W ere W Tr-amer Crara D. Ooasos Fnr tap of trhoole Cliuu B. Bananaix. V.OXDAT, 0 TUBER 8 184. Tsc pre t event of the campaign in liork Island occurs Friday evening of this k, ahm Vice "Fretideot lcrr.s.a visits Rock I!and. Stot x Citt beat the Chioaffos three straight, in not one of which onte-. uil Anson's men put op a pane to be compared with either of those the Rock Islands p'.ayed against the Western leayae champions. Sf.xatr Hill i not one of the kin ! who dfMTt .the bip io the atom, and he will weather all the contrary element that can possibly face t o democratic ship of state in New York, and brin bis craft safe into -vrt Nov. 6. See if he don't. State Iur:DEST Jonsox, of the Arnerl-aa Protective association, has r-v, If d the charter of Council No. 2".d Chicajro. the largest body of the order in the fnited States, and with a membership of 5,'XW. The S0ST4 uslon of thi council is claimed to t.e 'ln to the effort raade by Hen. rj Wulff and Iniel D. Healy through l'reii.'ent Johnson and "Theodore lie-teMd to twin? the A. P. A 'a. into line fr the republican state and county t'i Vat. The effect of it will undoubtedly be to greatly widen the brevh a!readr csistiog in the repub lican ranks "in CVk county. The on'y reason for revoking the "council is t ht it refused to epel Leo J. Ki'-haidson. whose expulsion Presi dent Johnson demanded solely be cause the latter refused to get into line f..r the republican ticket in the sta'e. Wnr.v told that Jn.le Gaynor had wit'n!iawn from the democratic tick et for pipe of the New York court cf apj f-als. Senator Hill viewed the situa'uit philosophically, saying: Never mind, tmys. You" remember wajr Ivk in 15 Koswell P. Flower w nominated for lieutenant pov err.. r. and after waiting a wetk or iwo decided to poll out. That did rot p;..ts ns a bit. We picked up Jor.es. -who j:ti4 the freight,' of whom few had ever heard, and my! did ri.it we wallop them? Then in there was a hunt for Sloeum or orr.e other bip man. but finally Hill and Jnea were nominated again, and we w-n by an increased majority. But of course I am sorry that JuJe layn r has declined. Personally, as you kr ow. I did not want this nomi nation for governor, but you can de pend rpon it that 1 am going to stick to the ship. Let's pull together and -ivc o'-ir opponents the bipgest lick- in;; ta ?r ever baa. r.allaat Dttl HUL SetLtor David Bennett Hill has formally accepted the gubernatorial nomination on the democratic ticket in New York state. This was done Saturday when Daniel N. Lockwood expressed his desire to remain on the ticket with the aenator, and Supreme Court Justice Charles F. Brown, of New It,-, was chosen - by the state committee to fill the vacancy caused by Ja-tice (laynor'a declination to run as the candidate for judpe of the court f appeals. Thus the demo cratic state ticket has been made com pi. -to, and this week one of the most apcres-uve campaigns in the history of New York will be begun for its election. iterator Hill in accepting the nom ination f poke these gallant words: While keenly appreciating the nign uonor conierreU in being nom inated for a third time by my party for s. important a position, yet J can out io-i that personally I have every thing to lose and nothing to gain by th consent to which you summon me. The gubernatorial office has no longer any attractions for me and persotally 1 preferred to remain in the stnate, where the duties were gra lt illy becoming more congenial to biy tastes And where I believed I could nire acceptably serve tbi- in terests of this state. But personal considerations most have no weight where public duty is concerned. The democratic party, especially In this ' state. is confronted with A great crisis, which substantial! involves its existence as a political organiza tion. I have sought daring the past week, as personal and intimate politi cal Jrkud well know, not only to heal and harmonise political mad fac tional differences but to secure some candidate, wholly acceptable to every one, to assume my place in this great struggle, in whose favor I would gladly retire. This has not proved feasible, and, recollecting that the democratic party of this state has honored me in the past when I solic ited its favors, in the days of its sun shine and prosperity, I can not desert it now in the hour of its danger and in this great emergency. A duty confronts me. and I shall perform ft as God gives me the light to see it, let the resalts be what they may." Ta Caw boy aaxl tk FoldiBC BrA. A cowboy up from the Texas paahan dlo was a trurvt at the house, and as the clerk who attended to him is still in Denvtr we will allow bim to tell the story in his own war: "He hud on store clothe and a red necktie, and what he didn't know wara't worth knowing. When he started up to his room at nicbt, I told bim there was a folding bed iu it, and, if be wished, the bellboy would show bim how it worked. But not much. He didn't want to be shown anything. He knew a thing or two about the city, he did, even if he did lire down on the range. "So I let him go, and next mornin? he paid his bill without a word and wei;t away. About noon I happened to be cn that flour, and a chambermaid called cie to take a look in his room. And what a td?ht met my eyes! The bottom drawer of the bureau was pnlled out as far as it would come, and in it wrro all tho nsa in the room, with a towel spre-ad over one end for a pillow. Evidently he had triod to sleep there, fcr pinned upon the g!ai was a sarcas tic leaved ruling: "Uol dera yore fold ing bods. Why don't yon make em long r and put more kivrers onto 'em? Mebhe you expect a man to stand np and slo p in your dnrned old cubberd. ' The darned eld cttberd was one of oar best folding Kds." Denver Field and Farm. frbe's a Troe Heroine One of the missionary heroines of the world is Miss Annie Taylor, a Presby terian missionary to Tibet. Wealthy and cultivated, ?b docided in spite of the opposition of her parents to give lierself to uiissi.w. She studied medi cine and worked as a nuie in a hot-pit al to prvpoxc htrstlf for the work, the also son aired a knowledge of dentistrv. Largely at her own expense she went to China, a.--snmed native (wtume, settled on the borders of Tibet and begtin to learn the language of that fioree pople among whom Christian missionaries hive not yet obtained a foothold. Having thcronghly prepared herself, she made an entrance into the country, and there she has lived for some time hhe has been exposed to the mo-t terri ble dangers, tct the people of Tibet have spared a woman wh.ru they would not have spared a man. Tho cbief sev eral times tried to poison her. She was made a prisoner. She was cxpotd, on protected, to rain and snow and intense cold, sometime sleeping at night in a hole dug in the ground, and yet throngh Uiousaiiu of dangers through famine and death and what was woro than death, tho was safely carried and has re turned to tell us wonderful things of that dark nation and to make rc.vlv a f.iroe that shall take Tibet for Christ, Golden Ucle. A Lutie Crt's lx?smsea la a lUatteas. Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn Treseott are keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at Sand Beach. Mich, and are blessed with a daughter, four years old. Last April she was taken down with measles, followed with a dreadful conh and turning into a fever. Doctors at home and at Detroit treat ed her, but in vain, fche grew worse rapidlv, until she was a mere "hand fnl o- bones." Then she tried Dr. Kind's New Discovery and after the use of two and a ha'if bottles, was completely cured. They say Dr King's New Discovery is "worth its weight in gold, yet von may try a bottle free ft Ha'rtz & Ullemeyer's. STEEXGTII ASD HEALTH. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La Grippe'' has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on liver, stomach and kidneys, gently aiding these organs to perform their functions. If vou are afflicted with sick headache, vou will find speedy and a permanent re lief by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will con vince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 50c. at'Hartz & Ullemeyer's. buckler's abxica salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhenm, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. " For sale bv Hartz & UUemevcr. Boas ttevkera Eiraraioa. The C, M. & St. P. railway will run their borne seekers' excursions on the following dates: Sept. 11 and 25. and Oct. 9. Bate one first-class fare pins 2. Tickets good to return 20 days from date of sale. E. D. W. Holmes, Agent. "BotbI Baby-' Kym Wklaky I a "Hje as is a Bra," aataially ripened and from ail foreiga flavor aad adaheraais, f-aar aateed para tit over eleven yaars of ace, recom men dad to the eonnoisaenr a a Bieritorloss arti cle worth of the cwlileBoa of Invalid, coava leacents and the ared. Sec that oar naaas is blown la botUa. IL00 per anart kottle. "EOTAL ACBI" POKT WIJTK para, old and bc3ow, therefore Vest adapted lor tavaLda,eoavalreceiitsaadtheaa-ed. It florae lost vitality, create! r frusta and appetite, bolide ap the weah end AeMlnatad. Qaane. SI. Fnua, SU cents. Fat ap on honor and soarantrert ST EOTAL WUCE, OO, Caicaso. For sal at Baraer Hooaa Pharmacy, aad b WUUaa ClenAentn. Mntaaa. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. , MYSTERY OF A HUMAN HAND. It la FmmI no tb Stiwu 4 Chtanf mmd Tarard Om ta taw Pntioa. Cbicaso, Ort. A Lnifri ivnnw walked into the Harrison Street station and placed a human band on tbedtvk before Sergvant Hogan. It looked as If it miRbt have bent severed from a body but a short time. It was evidently the hand of a woman. The Italian said he found it on Sherman srrpex. He llvies at 95 Sherman street. He told m straightforward story, and after the police had ascertained that be did not give a wrong address they ailowed him to go. IX-tretivrs Fitzgerald and Spiegel were put to work on the mvstcrv and two other officers were detailed to assist. Inspector Fitzpatrick and Licnttfiant Shepherd think it pnwible that a murder was com mitted and that the murderers cut the budv tip in ord'-r to distribute parts of it In dlffi-rent places and that the perpetrat ors dropped the hand on the street. No bodies were brought to the morgue with a hand miscing. ladigvftfeti'a paicfal trio Gere me dm; a cruel nip. Tul of remedies the chief. "Pierce" Pne" biosgbt relief. rr. Pierce's Plersaat Pelteu promote dtgestiae. care eoos-Jpation. f itk tsadicaa and bil aetiesa LEGAL Xotte la Coatrartor. Sealed vroowaHi will be rvc-twd at the't cleik'a enV-e. Rock li-Und. 11.. aaui Voixlir. . ?. l. as i o dork p. far consnaciinz the improTemtnte ordered aa ordicaace of id e. enUirl -Aa orcfaace for me im pnjTf me. t of CiSteeath Mreet from the Mii-a line o( Fnarth aveuae to te onUi line cf lf:b-aad-a-haif T-ae. all tr the cite of Koch U'aad. M."pa.ea Oct. 1,1-1. ni ft faraioUpg li the mxienala. a.t awr 'ha wo-k terordiaK to piece and cpeci&e itioiu ua fiLe ai the cii j clerk oaVrt. Ali bide Bo be ao-nmnaa-ed f-Jl a certified check in the HQ of t-W pajabi to the order or me mi tot or sua v&ien c;i brna fc fcfted 10 ea:d ia cae the hKleer HiaU foil to rnur mto cont-sct wUs approved earetxes to ea ecate the or :or the vrtce taenuoaed ia h.t b d aed acenn-.tee to toe pac aa- peciSraiiorc ia the CTett Ihil the entract haU be awarded to hiK. Cmtrjcors n required t faroi-h six fanp'ee ofbnchviih which work ia to re doae Br ck ase-1 a tbe wcr no-' curre-pocd wita the taxa pi9 ia ooalirr an t reie. Buc k Isntd, Lllno e. .Vt . A. D. Hl'S U.aw Oerk. HhertSTa tsaav. Br virtue of aa execatina and fee bill So. 6Se4 ireaed rut of the o.rk'a office of the cir cuit ewert of hoes l!andeiaatr. and attteof llli nor. ard to me Mrecied. waen-be I am m m-cdrd to wta te bk2ei of a eertaia de ment rec-ntlT c-tvaiaed auaet k. .ben B Tay lor, in favor of I becca T or. out of the lanve, teneirerit, rnw'. and caa te.'e of the said deffraat. Itcbrrt B Trl.r. 1 hare tevr d njxm the foLowinc irrrtv. ti-w.t: The eoatheaet eaarter ( or the KBtheast onartcr ("), of ec tjoti ntnet. ! en h p No ixu-ea ilit. unt. rapce fount- aeatof the fuir h t:h pricctwl Cf rxrian. ta the enat-tT of R-ek Iaad at d "s of liiiooiv 'Lis zr.i ctf ..f Ocioiier. A. 1-H. Tben-fore. tecirJiae to aid em-r.aad. I eos'l expo-e Tireslett iiblic aoctioa ail -he rreht. t ttr ard intrc-t cf the above rained I.'obrt B i a lor. in an to 'be ab-ree de-e-tSed propeity, oa ! imh, te I'sa cut of October. ). at S oVJot k p. a., at the north door of -fce coan noaee in tbe cut of htock 1-i and. ta the eoiti'T r, Pock IIand aod etate of Linria, rrrr cab !n hand, to .-. t h eircotkm a: d fe wn. c. r. sry. Sberitf of Erw-k ilt Oo jnt,. niianie. Dated at haca Uiand itu Sd Jar of Oc;o- oer. A. o. ni. Jhdmlnlattatoea Sie of Account. Tj whom it me corjc-rn : Pcb'tc net ice ia her b- g.Tca tba: on Me tt I i of ticiober. A. D.. lr. at tbe himr of 2 o'clock ia i0 a-'te-noun ot tint C. at the nnrrn donr i.f the eoart b"o-. in the c of K-k l-iacd. :a th? co-:nty of R ck 1-laod, Ma'e of l:lim-s tie onlertlr.e'l aiiiaitir ttx-ot. de bom nor. of ttia e:ae of Chirir Piner. decra-ed. en I! e'l at paat saie. to the hwhet bidder trcf ia kai d. d-vera eeroueta in diver;" atDoqrr a-d (i)wl divers per-on. hi h taid arccuntr tv-lota to tmit eotate, wtKh le i- md br virtue of aa order of the cc-cxty eoert of eaid ror;T.tr. entered rn said eetate on the 14th !Tof JaiT. A. .. t. For a , ec:flr fta:eet of tbe acroonte to be eaid. a'd th- prr- the amoaet of tr.e evral accornta to be eoii. all perMva inicree ed are ref-rred to the 11m rf ei aceoonTa aow on sie ia eaaa coortj roa-t wita the pTra in 8- id estate. Uated at K a l aml, I! ioo:, ihU 4:b da; of WILLIA JACKrON. id-ai'tra-OT de aoc:a noa of baia En it?. IT POPS. Effervescent, too. Exhilarating, appetizing. Just the thing to build np the constitution. HireS' Rootbeer Wholesome and strengthening, pure blood, free from boils or carbuncles. General good health results from drinking HIRES Rootbeer the year round. Package makes five gallons, 55c Ask your druggist or grocer for it Take no other. Send a-ceert atamr the CharV-s C Hire Co., 117 Area St., Philadelphia, for beaat tal pictnre cards. SCREENS T9r3ISr3r3r3r3jSrSr9l5iSK SCREEN DOORS, WIN DOWS, ALL WIDTHS OF WIRE SCREEN. Rubber Hose, Lawn Mowers, And complete line of mixeu bonse and floor paints, white lead, lin seed oil, etc FRANK ILL 1610 Third avenue. Tri-City Brokerage Co- STOCKS. BONDS. GRAINS AND PROVISIONS Bought and sold on commission. Beet equipped offices west of Chicago. Private wires to Chi cago and New York. Continu ous quotations from Western Union wires. Prompt service guaranteed. r)1n".Temv1tC Market aa7 ai V vllvSSUUl Wwa tqaar WIVES Wc Oder a I Deracted. tawaawa raal ta Law ea aaataer aaat caiM. ftOTHERS' FRIEND" I Bona eABBjMmeat of tta rain. Bsmr aad auaK. aa aaaay ueunr. HT wife need rmlv tee tnttlea. She 1 w enaiiy aod quickly relieved, hi bow I ooiag splendidly i J rj. Mobtor, BarlowaN. C ."t br nareaa or naU, oa rwetpt of price. ' r aa pr Hrvtt!. hM all Drwzwaa. Book 1-iuSutiiad" bu. ir """" I Bunniu BxorxAToa Co, Atlanta, sa. RUPTURE Painlcsslv. Positively, Perfect!. Per manenUy. C-U-K-E-D Without Surgical Operation ordeten uon from Business. Wo par for treatment antit enred. Diaeaaea af Rertnm: Chronic Conett patios, mrictore. Fiaearee JTarttla 01 itchins ptlee pcrntaaantlr cared. Pletola eared winoct the ae of kaife. rMea reraorid wtthoat pain at the Usdical and Surgical Institsts DOCTORS A27BRSON fc ZIOSE. WBE&K CONSULTATION IS FREE Permanent? Lorated ta the Ryan B'.oek. Second aad Brady BUeete, IMeentort, Iowa. ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME. Drv Aneraa atd Roee are rraduatea of tte leadine nedical colieces of th'.e conntry, and wit a 10 yearv' ci pencil ca Is ut treatment of chronic dieare. CATARRH. THROAT ART) LrKOS. They mecwh'It treat Catarrh. Throat ard lacga, diouaee cf tbe dltMtiTe o.-jia dyapep livtt troubkt, concUiauon. ctroaic Lar rhota. atlDRET ARD CRIXAKI Troahles apeedlty renoTd. KERVOrS D1SZASE3. The moat aCTBTtted rare are areedCy aid lr rai.ctt'y cared by oar new xneth'Ki of treat taent. LADIR? ATTLICTKD Special attettkra fem to all defe pera'.iar to woafr. Beery fvility acd advantace f or the treatatent acd speedy ra twvai of J clae of cieeaeea. Electricitv Its Scientific Applica tion. Factai blemishes, as colea. avperfl-mse hah wine marka, tuaura, weaa, etc, reatoeed by eiec troiysla. BLOOn AST SK1R DISEASES. Ailtroabiea ara:n from tmpcre slood, aero tJa. eczema, tetter, tantor, aieera. etc Can be coneBlted coeAdectiy ly etter or other- wie. Sat-! 4 cvntf frt;t.atoo bHat. Addreaa Lilts. AusbMiA a aunA, yan bmjcs, lavreav port. Iowa SYNDICATE n I SPECULATIONS g IN STOCKS, BONDS, ETC. U SAFEST for modern lr-renor. LARGEST IUturn on tbe Irveetment. SO E5oxrrci of speculation neceeary From I S to fl.00 ran he inrerted with more than aeuai dtrree of fafety, a a l traaMC fon are Er.e bj coir petrel eiter a of lore ex perience and nr.qeioed ablli.v. rriridenda naraiile moii-.hv. Al monT ta Tonr credit eaa be witbdrawa firt davnf any mocti- Dviderjcit ran oe rerr--Hd za to iet tae ben at cf eon ponnd rateet. TW at 5 tier cent Der month. corpocd lt.ieet for JeAra, am-aoauta to over 1W at 1 per ctt per month eoeaponrd interest for 4 y-ar. atnonrte to over .. $19 1 w pr tm i ooatD. enrpoatt icteteet iJt 5 years, amoncie to orer fT.MO. OUR RECORD OF DIVirEXDS FOR l9i: Jan ,lt. lffrer cent Mae. IS per cent Feb , 14 percent June. 14. per cent :ar IV.4.111 percent Joi, l-4. ' per cetit A:.r,lVluirceTjt At .lVM. percent Jo'y and Aucfrt dividends tbe revolt of tbe rapid advance n corn Cotservatve, safe, r t twnsible. K'tai taed AimtU 1. Bank ref erence. o-jr prceidet hae Hera for 15 year the rei ident c-f one of oor national bank. Money can he eet bv express cr to-t efflte no-iey or aer, or cw York crxft, parable to toe Traders Synnica'e. or E. il. Ko-kI. "reasarefr. Fall J artic- u.are maueo. iree on app.icarion to nThe Traders' Syndicate. Traasrs'BuUdiag lUrpresentatne a anted. VITALIS r4 a Wen Ax of tat Der VITALISE? THE GREAT aonfr. a-nbrawn nbiwcifi aoa Fniarrataa iWre Keentta la M Dai a. It acts powertul.y and quickly. Cures when all otherr faiL 1 rxine men anil rearatn tserr loet manhood, andoldm-n will recover their rou thiol Visol by nsm? VITALIS. It c-jickly and turc-ly re ctores nervousness, uo itaiity, impoteocy, Kight'v Emissions. Lost Power, Failing Mem ory, Wastina- Diseases, and all eOccts of aelf abuse or excess end Indiscretion. Wards of insanity and consumption. lrrsst on baring VITALIS. no other. Can be carried in reaS pocket. By mau. Sl.eeper packace.or sia for aaa. want a pastor amtlea pasraati sa can r refaad the nwaey. Circular free. Addreaa CAUaTET JUJUJil CORFAXI. Cakaca, U. For aala at Rock Ialand by Harper Hoeae Fhar macy and Wtiitam Clendentn, Vnfgjrt, atolino. HEAD WHAT r;iu CO It will Clean Si'.ks and Woolen Goods, Ribbons. Curtains and Carpets. It baa no equal for Cleaning House. Killing Moths and Removing; Grease Spots. Tn Ice. It. - Sires Kstr tzl LtLwr. 90n SAI.B aTVBwraTHRMB. PRICE 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWI CAKES run 23 ucflTS. aaddraasHaaoIL VctUMoc. Iowa. to youNGii if- s? i " n-m lira. 3 THE TRAVELERS' OCTDE. BICAOO, BOCK ISXAKD FACIFTC 1 Ballwae TJenct asrwer Fifth avaanw aaat Tatrty-ara net, Fraak B. Fhrmaaar. A-eat. TBADia. ftenvu LamJtW AOawaaT.k tiaa Ft. Worth, Deaver R. C. aa K. C- S7Joa BntasanoUarr : aa s :asaaa U anpaa I I Hpa :lflpm IHia Omaha Dea Motaea ! T-aa aaha a Kaasas City tlt:0aa Omaha Pea Motaes Bs... 7 0 aa tOaaahi m Dm Molae Re. eri SOaa Deaver. Unjoin a Omaha l:o aa U Fanl ft Bmaeapol'.....l S:n aa Bt, Faal Minna. potVa.. .. fttO aa St. Joseph. Atchison ft K C S tt aa Datrrae.Tl. Worth ft K. f!.. S:l aa tKaaaaa City ft St. Joseph. ! 1 1 ps ItSttaaa It a?tu S:njpm It S:aa s t-.lOpas 'Iipm it : aea l:STipa i'tT:lai tKoca laland ft waMtmnoa. aa t-hlcaao ft DeshVeinea K l:lpi s AmvaL tDeuartara. I Daily. AH others daily. Taleoaorie IdSk. r. aurxa at. BrRLmOTOIt ROUTE B. Q. BAIL ara Deoot Ftrat aveaoa aad alztaenth etreai. K. 1. Youra, aceat. TRAINS. a. Loaia Raprsas ....... St. Uoaie Express....... St. Panl Paaaeneer .. t:40am'S TJG TaaT:N 1 .. eBpmT:a .. :10pm W-asi .. TaSaal l:i .. Tiasem S:( .. S:4hpm feVeardstoarn raaeenrar.. Sterling Faaeencer...... Dabaqoe Faaaensar.... Sieriinc Paeeearer sDailv. CHICAGO, MILWACREE ft IT. FATL Railway Rartna Smthweatora Drymie Depot Tarenueth Itreet, hatweea Firm aod Second avenaea, B. O. W. Holmes. Arent. TA'tS. Laavaj. atail and Rtnuea., TtOO am, lapa 4:d0 pmi ll:Saaa huPaal Rxpreas.. Dock Islasd Peoria Railway Depot First Aveane aad Twentieth treet. F. A. Uuchwsil, Agent. TRAINS. 1 Laars Aamrva Fast ataU Bzpreaa...... . 8:06 am Trsn pm . I S-.Si pm 11-15 am . KlB f-4A pa azDreas tabic Accommodation. DrioisoToy, Cedar Rapids onhra Railway, depot font of Brad street. Davenport. J as. Hortoa, Sea. Tk't ft rasa, ag-eni. Daregport Trains. Lasve I Anarra Paeaencwr........... b4 :4i tiu.blO.Sd am Freight. bT:S0 .ail bl.DU aa West L'Herty Tra'ns sionh. r t 1. K. in - rvin-srirm Paaaengav -so. T."r."r.rrri alOAijan a:ism hT:apa Fralaat........ ........... I ra-eo pm bil :49am ai:4pm 1 hKluam a Dally. bDaily ezcent Snndar. tOolnr north. iGoina- Sooth and east. No. IS rasa between Cadar Rapida and West L'beily. Superior Service to Springfield, 111. St Louis, Mo. And Intermediate Points VIA We now offer to the public a good route to and from the above cities via Peoria and the Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis Bv. as follows: - GOING. Lv Bock Ialand. 8:05 a m 2:?0 p m Ar Peoria. . . Lt Peoria . . . .11:20 am 5:i0 p m .11:55 a m 7:45 p m Ar Springfield . . 3.15 p m 12:45 am Ar St. Louis.... 7:10 pm 7:00 am BETCKXIXG. Lv St. Louis.. .. 7:45 a m 8:15 pm lv pnngneia..ii:4d a m 2:15 a ra Ar Peoria 8:05 p m 6:50 a m Lt Peoria 4:30 pm 8:00 a m Ar Bock Island. 7:50 pm 11:15 am R. STOCKHOUSE, Gen. Ticket Agent. Depot foot of Twentieth St. Bock Island, 111. Free Free Free How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD aiAr ru uk.11 Tree of charge BUT "OUR LADT" SOAP? Cot off the end of tha Mnii at place named. When yon have pictures oi our Anti-Washboard Soap Powder, take them to vonr erocer or nnasnt tiisi. at our office) and tod will two; FREE a 4-pound package, worth zoc y a maKt tnis liberal in ducemeol to qoicklj Introduce Oar Lady Coap ani - Anti-7Bjaliboard Coap Powdr Aad holdj good BBtil all wrap- Fs vw wawa uua OUOf IM prlBt awa, ta jncacaicu LO UB. IVarnock & Rclctcn boap atakera, Bock Ulaad. Clothes arc whitcr.my Health better, my Labor lessr Best. Purest SCU CIXaTlB S3 Heavy Weight Novelties FOR BERTS' Fall English Enamel. Calf Lined Cor1 or Double Sole. Cordovan. Ca!f Lined. Double, or Cork Sole. Calf. Cork Sole; Laee or Con gress. Kangaroo. Calf LineJ. Double Sole. Comfort, Style, Durability. Call early while stock is complete. Cor. Second and Harrison Sts. See our Fall And Winter Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody who buys clothing that is all mankind here about know that our suitings are in, and the finest ever displayed in the city. You are respectfully invited to call and see the latest in patterns and styles. Call and leave your order. J. B. ZTTtTTtTFiK; Star Block, opposite Harper house. J. II. SCHAAB, I 'SINCE I USED 0 J, 3 MostEco::3jucai, and Winter Wear. See Our New Lasts. The Graham New Paris Narrow Square. iV Razor, Varsity, College. Newport. All Sizes. All Widths. Suits. Groceries. Cyclone Roller .Mills and Jobber in Flour and Feed. Bee Hive 114 W.:d street. Offer the larjet an l tr..' somest assortment cf Cloaks and Fur Capes at moderate prices in :t trinities. We sell perf-''.-fitting, well-made parnn-r.:-nlj, and guarante-e t you monev. tvme t. t before purthaairp. MILLINERY We are positive! j bo:ri.' the most complete lin- ' XIILLIN'ERY in the tri-riu- -whether you wi-h a hat J r fl or one at 115. Ve ar able to t-how you an a' t". ment at any price. BEE HTVE 114 West Second street. 1IEADQUABTERS VOX TASTY MILLINLKY.