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THE AKGtJS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1894.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. rHICAOO, KOCK ISLAND PACIFIC Railway--Depot corner Fifth avenue nd Thiftj-arsl fact. frank H. Flnmmer. Agent. TKAINS. tut. Wan, Daavel LlmfUd (nU.. Ft. Wortk. Denver K.C.. I. C at- Jo MlnuMpolla Owlitl Dee Molnce JOmaha Kansas City Omaha TV Molnra Kl. .. pitOkhaADr Moines Bx.. Deasar, l.lnmln A Ornate... IK. Fan! A Mrnnespol's..... Mt. Paal m MlniMaoolis : am S ,n am 30 pm Irtpm 10 pm t S:a 7:J I'll fll:l 15 am 7: VI t tt 1 1 1 n :ipm IB am It:) too 6: 1:M :Wam :14 pm !t 16 am M. Joseph. Atchison at K. C. :4S tt :10 pm imi, n. wona a tk. c tKsnae City at St, Joseph. .Kock Island Washington Cbtcf Dcs Mntne utii mm rjmtt a :am unit S :ipm pmif mam AmnJ, t Departure. tDsliy.exeentSnndar. All atkm dally. Telephone HWi. r. U. PLtmn, Art. BtTRMilOTHM ROCTl C B. . KAIL WT Deon first tTrnw sad aixteealii .M.Yoatx,sTat, THalW. uira. k Lout Iipnm t, Lou la Iipma. ...... I. I'anl Passenger Baarilstnwa raawcagaf.. UTl1n I'miowt Dnbnqne Paami .... P'sTim Paaeenrsr I :40 am I Tao pm 1M Dm T:i0 am 1:M aa s.4apm 1:10 pm 10:s5ara S:rpta 7 no am T:am S 4fpm Kail. fniCAOO, MtLWAfKHK T. PAIL Kellwey Raetn. Doathvcwiora Division Dei Twentieth street, between Pinal and TArwft. Lstva. J asanrs Mali and KiTrers Yrno am' pm hi. i'anl Bxprase :np pmi U:8am Dock Islakd I'tORtA Railwat praot Pint Aswan, and Twentieth street. P. A. Kuckwell, Agent. - TRAINS, ! I.uva Aatuva r"t Vail Ixi-reaa.... ...... K lift am T:Vi pm Kxi.uk i t:!ipm 11 mam t ale AcmmmortattoB Snmam t:.j pm DiwLixoTOK. Cedar Rapids orthra Hallway, depot toot of Brad street. Davsapnrt. Jae. Morton, vet. Ta't A Pas. A rank Davenport Tatn. Lsvw Asarvs paMvtiKar..... ........... M :4u pm blO:Sam Frsif m..... b7:S0 m blzni am rat Lihrtt Trin tW'rto. t"-a PaaMOtiarT....... b7:10 -m ibin:pm M . . al0:30 pm a5:1&aa "So. IbTrApm Pralaha. M an pm hi l :!Sam . al:Sprn 1 npaam a Dally. blmily cxci'vt Mindar. tOoln? xtorb. (rnluc VWrath and raat. Jho. 18 run between Codar Kapiof and Wi L.'beity. Superior Service to Springfield, 111. St. Louis, Ao. And Intermediate Points VIA We now offer to the public a good route to and from the above cities ia Peoria and the Chicago, Feoria & St. Louis By. as follows: GOING. Lt Kock Island. 8:05 a m 2:20 p m Ar Peoria. 11:20am 6:40 pm Lr Peoria 11:55 am 7:45 pm Ar Springfield.. 3:15 pm 12:46 am Ar St. Louis 7:10 pm 7:00 am RETURNING. . Lt St. Louis.... 7:45 a m 8:15pm Lt Springfield.. 11:45 a m 2:15 am Ar Psoria 8:05 pm 6:50 am Lt Peoria 4:80 p m 8:00 am Ar Rock Island. 7:60 pm 11:15 am R. STOCKHOUSE, Gen. Ticket Agent. Drpot foot of Twentieth St. Kock Island, 111. Free Free Free How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD SOAP POWDER free of charge: BUT "OUR LADY" SOAP? Cnt off the end of the wrapper, at place named. When you have 85 pictnrea of oar Anti-Washboard Soap Powder, take them tt to jronr grocer or present them at our oflioo and 70a will receive Ifiu a 4-pound package, worth 25c We make this liberal in ducement to quickly introduce Our Lady Soap and AnH-'tfaahboard Soap Powder And holds good until all wrap pers or which this offer is print ed, is presented to us. Warnock & Ralston Soap Makers. Bock Island. . Catarrh In Its Worst Form Life Almost a Burden A Crortous Changs Due Solely to Hood's sarsapamia. . JTrav C King Geneva, Ohio. fitTTtl 1. rnnsf ifn t inno I dhnoB. 1 Sore it can only be cured by a constitutional ronray iiks ii.kki s KarsapariiUk Kead what It did for Mrs. King, concisely expressd in her wo voluntary words: "CI. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Gentlemen: From a pr-teluj heart I write What your rraml medicine. Hood' Karamriit. baa done for mo. Five bottles cured me of catarrh In Its worst form. I think It was only a natter of time, w hen it would have ended la Bronchial Consumption. I can scarcely realize w herein a few months age Hie was almost a burden, sick and discouraged. Bow I am Well mmi Happy, gaining flesh and a new being. And oil owing to Ilood's Sar. Hood secures sapanlla. I -x til never be without tt. Yours gratefully. Miss. Clakk King, Geneva, Ohio. Hood's PiilS cure liver ills. Jaundice, bil tBUtnen, aick headache and consultation. 23a, BANK. THE MOTRIN i. STATE SATOTQS BAKU. XXolioe. III. X6t.vTonr nrtae -tk a treat and Third Av CAPITAL. S1O0.OO0.0O. nctwlib Mollne Bavlcn banc Ornnlaed 11 5 PerCCST miVtSi ?iID n DEPOSITS. Organised under state Laws.. Ouon from S a. m. U t n m.. and Wedneaday arx katnmay night fromTW 8pm fiRTaa SKmn, - Presldtmi S. A, AnswoBTK, . . Vlee-Pif!Tit f. P. Bnaawav. ... owU BIUAOU1 Porter Btlr.nar, W. W. We! la, C. A. Bom. b . A. Alncwortk. O. U. Rdwarda, W. H. Aa.ms, Andrew Ptihers;, O. P. Umcnwy. B:ram Darling. Western Investments 0UARA2TTE2D REAL ESTATE LOANS made far private partie in the cartas pot of the west by the Orchard State Ban1, Of OhCflARD, NEBRASKA. B. W. Oai.T, Frveident. J. 9. rjiT Caaaler. kSPKKENCKk. Mlicbell A Lynde, Backers. i. P. ttnbtneun, Caahiet Bock Island katlona) lank. O. C. Carter, J. D lonry Dait'a Soi.a, MTiiOlttejp Groers ptiwif. -iiie1tri SYNDICATE SPECULATION f IN STOCKS, BONUS, ETC. SAFEST for modern itvemra. LARGEST Tt tnrns oc the Investment. NO Kkowleih;( of apecnlation necesrnry. From SI0 to tl.OiO can he invotet with more ihsn n.nal dotrree nf rafety, e. al tran.ac tion. are marie ly comneterjt exi er s of long e perieece and anqeaiiuntd altllliy. Dividenda Cyahlr monthly. Ail mnnry id vonr credit can withdrawn Brt daynf any m'-nth- Dividend can tie rcinteattd o aa to let the henfil tif com pound intercut. SlOj at 5 per e.mt per month, compound lnte'eat for 4 i ears. anmounta to over f 1,(0(1 SIO'I at Hi percent per month compound inu-reat for yrarr,anma le to ovrr SM.ntiu. $10 at SO per cent i ermnnth. cnpoutd iiit:ic8t for t year, amonstta to over (7.1 Ou. OI B KKCOKU OK DIVIDENDS FOR 1894: Jan . JH!H. in tier cent Msv, IU. 15 per cent Feb , 1W h percent June, 1MH. i;r cent llar U'll in percent Ju , s?i4, 41 per coi.t Apr., ItflM, in (.er cent A 1HU4, 1UU pet cent Jn'y and AugnM dlvidenda tnc rcnlt of the rapid advance m rorn Coi Mfrvat;vc, .are, n apiinsibie. Katamished Aninn-t, lew. bankrrf erence. Our prerideM baa tn-en for 15 year the pre, idem cf one of our national Wants. Money can be am.l bv expreaa or lt ofll:e n orey or di r. or Xew York draft, pavahle to ti e Trader' Syndicate, or E. 11. Kood, 'reusnre'. Full 1 artic u ara mailed fiee on application to X The Traders' Syndicate, V Tradw-'BoildiBg aae". uvfivwuiJs.uTts wnta. o s I 3 B S i O g S s KENTUCKY CRIME. Judge Lynch Doing a Land Of fice Business. LATEST ATPUCATIOH. OF MOB LAW. A Wealthy Man, with Three Notches oa Ilia rtatol Handle, Forced tm Break Hi Owai Meek A Town Meet ins; Held and Kvery. thins; Done In an "Orderly" Manner Eight Cases In Three Months The Vir ginia Train Robbery. 1.EXIXOTON, Ky., tVt 15 "Another lynching has been added to the unusually large fall scries of blue grass lynching hoot. At the close of the Boattyville fair Oscar Morton, a prominent citizen of Stanton, in Powell county, went on the warpath. Only two weeks ago Morton killed his man at Stanton, and was out on a fcVUO bond to appear this week at the Powell circuit court. When Morton ar rived at the fair he proccwlcd to jfet drunk, and then went to hunt for Sheriff William Siiiims, who was his doadly enemy, a feud of long standing existing between the two men. Simms and Mortogx. met near the entrance to the fair frrouiiils, and after a few words both of thorn drew puns and a quick exchange of shoU followed, Morton using two guns. When the Smoke Had Cleared Away. The first shot broke the shetitTs right arm at the elbow and John Hegg, a friend of Simms, wliippe.lout hisgun and joined in the battle. When the smoke hod cleared away it was found that Sheriff Vilnius was de.nd, having a shot through k his breast, one in his nlxlomen and an other through his ami. Morton was shot through the neck, while Hogg was un hurt. Before a crowd could collect Mor ton vns hustled to the county jail and placed under guiirtl. The people ln-came iuftiriuted and a big mivting was at ouce held on the public square. An "Orderly" Lynching Knjitined. Colonel John Drummond mounted a barrel and made a speech in which ho said that the murderer must lie hanged, but that the work must lie done quietly and with perfect order; Morton had killed two men in less than two Weeks' time and ho must die by the rope! A mob was quickly formed und marched to the jail. The jailor was overpowered and the keys to Morton's cell obtained. He was found lying in his shirt sleeves on the floor of his cell, and after a hitter straggle was seized and dragged out. He then liecame very im pudent, and told the mob that he did not care what they did with him provided they did their work quickly. After a short jmrley he was taken to a little bridge some distance from town and the rope was placed around his neck. Forced to Hxecnte Himself. The leaders drew their guns, and told him to jump or else he would he riddled with bullets. Turning around, the doomed man cursed his captors, und uttering a wild imprecation leaped into space. The jump broke his neck, and after dangling iu the air for some minutes he became still, and a volley of shots was lired into him. The mob then dispersed, and the liody was left dancling from the bridge. Xo mciulier of the mob made any attempt to conceal his identity, and the hanging was conducted with as much formality as if it had lieen a leg;d affair. The dead sheriff was only recently married, and leaves a young wife. Eight or Them in Three Months. The murderer was a wealthy man who lived at Stanton. He had "killed three men. Coming to the fair he attempted to kill the fireman on the train because he would not increase the speed the locomo tive was running. This is the eighth lynching in central Kentucky in the past three months and the people have deter mined to put down murder if they have to take the law in their own hands every time a man is killed. Morton's relatives are incensed over the lynching and it may be that some old feuds wiil be reopened. THAT AUDACIOUS TRAIN ROBBERY. No Cine to the Perprtraters of the Virginia Hold-up Amount Stolen. WAsniNGTOS, Oct. 15. Not the shadow of a tangible clew to the identity of the men who accomplished the remarkable feat of train brigandage in Virginia, al most under the shadow of the nationtd capital, has yet come to light. The little town of (juantico. which consists of half a do7.cn houses almost isolated from civil ization, is overrun with detectives officers from New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore an l Washington. There are almost as m my theories afloat as there are detec tives, but the only points on which the theories are practically harmonious arc that the robliery was a carefully planned work, executed by cxtieriencod profes sionals, and that the men are probably far distant from their field of operations be fore this time. Most parties agree that a boat played a part in the escape, but no st range crnf is were seen on the Potomac that night so far as can be learned. The theory that the men crossed to the Maryland shore Is being weakened on second thought by the fact that there were no trains by which they ceuld have escaped within rea sonable reach. Kveryrodof ground be tween the river and the scene of the rob bery has lieen threshed over with the re sult that the remains of a camp fire with a bag liewing the lulx-1 of a Washington bakery was discovered in the woods. There were seven men in the gang and the fact that they asked for the way bill when told that one safe was empty, and the other fact that they seemed, like the California thugs, to be posted on railroad ing, indicates that they are ex-railway men. Express Messenger Crutchfield says: "But one robber entered the car. He was of heavy build and dressed like a farmer, although he seemed to thor oughly understand the express business; he hod a red handkerchief over the lower part of his face. When the train wits stopped I opened the door of my car. The rubber fired one ehot at me. I fired back and closed the door. He called, 'open the door.' I did not do it." .Then they blew the car door into splinters with dynamite. They were all very cool. The amount of money stofen varies from 1 150,0)0, according to the estimates of the express employes, and t25,0U0, ac cording to what the express officials say, and up to this writing it is impossible to say how much was taken. .. ' '4 Wrecked by a Miscreant. Springfield. Ills., Oct. 15. Some mis creant drove a coupling pin Into the frog switch of the Wabash railroad at River ton, twelve miles east of Spririgaold, separating the rails, and th wtwtbouud through pnfwengrr was wrecked. Engin eer K. Y. Stewart was considerably bruised, William Jones, of Kivcrton, badly scalded by water from the boiler and the passengers considerably shaken HP TRAIN WRECKERS CAUGHT. ' The Men Who Wrecked the Train Neat Battle Creek Ijaat July. C&tCAGO, Oct. 15. Four railway em ployes Staidey Knowlea, John Bodewig, George W. Johnson and S. M. Jewett were arrested and placed in jail In Battle Creek, Mich. They are charged with wrecking a Chicago and Grand Trunk passenger train at Battle Creek at 8 o'clock in the morning, July 111 last.' Fireman Crow was killed at the time and twenty Iinssenp-rs were seriously Injured. Knowles and Jewett werejenpt tired in this city. The men are all A. R. U. men and were engaged in the Delis strike, and it is stated that incendiary talk that was In dulged at the meeting of the strikers at Battle Creek is largely responsible for the crime. Very soon after tho wreck occurred offi cials of the railway were in communica tion with a detective agency In this city, and the ground was soon covered with skilled sleuths, who found a clew in the discovery of the clawhar with which the wreckers had done their work. It is as serted by the prosecution that the evidence Is abundant to convict the men, to sny nothing of the fact that one of them has made a confession. The wreckers were not going to step at the crime of July Ifi, but had planned several other wrecks, notably tlie derailment of n train load of new hands, but for one reason and another these schemes were nliandoiud. Negro Murdered by Hi Wife. FAlils, Ky., Oct. 15. Henry Hall, col ored, was murdered in a peculiarly brutal manner by his wife, who has been arrested. Alniut a week ago after licing ticaten by his wife Hall attempted suicide by drown ing, but was n-scucd. His wife tk him home, stablxxl him in the side With an ice pick, filled the wounds with cotton, and sewed them up with an ordinary needle and thread. Hall died of the stabs. His Last fttral. Perhaps. SAX Fk.-cio. Oct. 15. Judge Wal lace has sentenced John Joy to life im prisonmen for robliery under the habitual criminal act, Joy roblied a man of 5. GOMPERS ON THE BENCH. Invited There by the Trial Justice in a La bor Mi-ike Caie. New Yoi:k. Vt. 15. The trial and dis missal in a Jefferson Market police court of Dominica Siriano, Peter A. Griedell and Salvador Randozzo, charged with con spiracy, was attended by circumstances of unusual Interest. The defendants had sent a message to G. Borg-se, a tailor in the employ of Deutsch Brotliers, the clonk manufacturers, requesting him and other attaches of the establishment to cciise work and go to an appointed rendezvous, Deutsch Brothers complained that the de fendants, who are striking cloakmnkcrs, were in a conspiracy to injure their busi ness. During the trial Samuel Gompers en tered the court room and occupied a con spicuous sent, but accepted an invitation of Justice Voorhis to sit V-side him on the liench. Lawyer Hirsehiield. appearing f.r the prosecution, object-d to this, and asked the justice to request Gompcrs to step down, which the justice refused to do. UomiNi-s left the lienchof his own volition, disclaiming any purpose to influence the justice, but later returned to the bench again. He advised the defendant attor ney to adopt a certain course, and Hirsch field told him he was no man, to which Goinpers replied that he would not say that outside. After the justice had dis missed the defendants Hirseh field said he would be glad of an opportunity to bring the mutter before the Lvxow committee. ROMANTIC CODY AND HIS GIRL. The Elopement Scheme They Are Said to Have Arranared. New Yor.K, Oct. 15. Relatives of Al plieus Sherwin Cody, who has some repu tation as an author, report that he Is miss ing under circumstances that indicate cither an clojienient or a tragedy. The name of the lady who is alleged to be in the case is withheld by Cody's friends, but it is allegid that she is a member of a wealthy New York family who has been Cody's pupil in art and literature BThe allegation is m:wle that he and tho young woman arranged an elopement, inijMising as a test of devotion and courage that tho latter row alone down the East river to the Brooklyn bridge in the dead of night, when Cody would lower himself with a rope from the bridge and be picked up by her. Englialiumn Makes a I&rldge Jump. PoUGHKEEi'slE, X. Y., Oct. 15. Captain Montague W. Martin, a young English officer who came to Xbw York with a body of English cavalry last winter, jumped from Poughkeepsio bridge to tho water, l:W feet below, He was picked np in an unconscious condition after a few moments. He was revived with some dif ficulty, and it wus found that he had suf fered u slight wrench of the right knee, but he was apjiareutly uninjured in any other way. The jump, it is said, wus mado ou a wager. Kcw Scheme for Convict Labor. Little Kock, Ark., Oct. 15. The superintendent of the peniteutiary W. E. T. Council, will recommend in his report to the legislature that the convicts be used next year in building a railroad for the state. He says the state could buy a farm and place the old men and boy convicts upon it and raise sufficient bread and meat for the maintenance of the couvicts while building a railroad and the road when completed could be a source of reve nue the state. Wisconsin Christian Kndeavorersv Omikosh, Oct. 15. Tho report of the secretary of the Wisconsin Christian En deavor society shows a membership of 29, 589, the juniors having doubled their num ber last year. One hundred and forty -six societies repor t KJ,tt51 paid for missions. The banner society is that of the Grand Avenue church, of Milwaukee, 173; Oshkosh First M. E. church second, 167; Second Congregational, of Bclolt, 160. Corbett Wants That Belt. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 15. When Cham pion James J. Corbett saw the printed In terview with Fitzsimmons he said he would agree to every change in the ar ticles proposed by his opponent, except that the fight must be for the champion ship belt named in the articles. "It's a valuable belt," he said, "and I want it, This will be xoy last tight, win or lose." EARTH BURNING IN IOWA. A Drained Swamp Catcbe Fire and la Burning ttifiht Along. Sioux City, la., Oct. 15. The earth near the little town of 1 1 orneck, twenty miles from from this city, is burning and an area of M acres Is covered with from aix Inches to six fivt of a..liei. Five years ago this land writ t'.i.' lx-.l of a swamp. It has since la-en drained, part of it ho lieen under cultivation, while the rest has lieen used for hay laud. Tin- fire was first seen in June, and heavy rains since then have failed to extinguish it. At times the fire njie.irs to have gone out, but nil invi-sti-gntion shows it to he burning lieiumth the surfa-j at. rvl bent. At other times tin) tire giv"4 forth great clouds of smoke. An urea of nlhiitt 2, acres is threatened. Wil.on Talk to IVmorrats. Moist: anstows, W. Vt , Oct. 15. The joint meeting of West Virginia and Penn sylvania Detnocratt addressed here by Hon. W. L. Wils-iii far cicelid In size any of the previous meetinirs of the cnin ktigii. The nearby West Virginia coun ties turnl out very strong contingents, ex ursio-.is being run from half a dozen points, while Pittsburg. C'onncllsville, and' other cities and towns sent large delegations. The mtvtiug whs convened iu open air in front of the court house at 11.; Jo, and Mr. Wilson sjM.ke forubout an hour and a half, the tari J being the principal theme. Asking. "He Hole frr.io niv bodices rose My meek w.s lis cilor tSe while: ttl, ah! 1 h- 'y o;--e, he w ll k ows llsd M asked It. I nn.s have raid ao. Yes, I n-mcttbiT that oeain. I was yciun. then. I am not old low. 1 had ro. a pain or an ach". My blood w.-is pi.r.1 an.l my check, a ioaeit their criiusou. I n happy aid healthy. Put bow, woe 1. me! I do nut ace a w 11 day. I have tta-e dr.itiiioK d' wn pain, th's ron1 mt weak. nc. and I feci all the t nn wern and weary. y hnsha'd .y-, h" car.ll dares to ak ma to put a rr d m In ray Imlice cow, its color mocks m cheeks, o, tnnt I m gh' once sirain be wellr't You can. Dr. Pit tee's Faviritc Pre?c-iption Is the bc.t remedy known fir tl ills from which women sujfer. It'd puarai.teed to enre in all cim-s of "ft male wealtteia," ineuun ritits, dirp:a m nt sill kiocrel ai'.m nt-. !t a great t nic inl nciviuc. tThej TSchy was sick, we pave her Castorfa. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, VVhen e became Mist Mie dune to Ca.4orta. V ben kha had Children, she jrave them Castor, Children Cry for Pitcher's Cestor.a. RUPTURE Painlessly. Positively. Perfectly. Per manentiy, C-U-ll-E-D Without Surpical Operation ordeten tion from LusinebS. 5o pv fr.r treatment nntP cajel. TH. UK cf w-ctQm.chrrr!cO'r-tpatiori. "tr cture. t ire urea Prnriita or turbine piles prrmaai h:1t cured. Firtuls cured without tie as of knife. Files removed wilhoat pain at the Meslfcal an. Surgical Institute ... l 1$' TOCTORS AKOERSON Sc. aoSJB, -WHERE CONSULTATION IS FEEE Permanently Located Is the Bran Block, fecund and braay Sireete, uwvanijset, Iowa. ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME. Drs. AsdTrson snd Rose are rraduatea of the lendtra- tni-dical rolleaes of this cmn-rv. m, A with SO years' eiperienoa ia tba traaiaeat of caiwn niriwira. CATAttKH. THROAT AKD LI KUS. They sncceSHfullv treat Catarrh, Throat and Lanes, disease, of die il:"1:ve ortrsns. dyspep sia, livar trounlee, constlpatioa, cbroatc Uar KIDXEY AKD UKIMABT Troubles speedily removed. si EK VOL 8 DISEASES. The mo aejravawd rases are .(imdlly atid pern,aneDt'y curve by oar new surtbid of treat mrut. LADIES AFFLICT B P Paeoml attentiaw ia to ail diaeae pcocliai to women, stveiy facility and auvactage for ibe n-eatmeat aad spaed re moval of this class of diseases. Electricity Its Scientific Applica tion. Facial bleml.hes. aa mile, sirperftoone bair wine marks, tumors, wens, etc- raaaoua a u tsulysls. BLOOD AKD SKIM DISK ASKS. All tronble arls'nir from impure blood, scro ola, eczema, letter, tami. oleera. etc. Can be oousalted cocCdentl v by latter or othsr wisa. Send 4 cent for qoestkm blaak. Address DUs . AMiKKaoM Ecisn. atraa Uuok-Dnwaa, . port, Iowa. Fzr.FECTt:n::::c2D! How attained how . tored how prerer.-ed. Ordinary works on J.'by. Stntugy wul nut tell yoa ; the doctors cau or wont: but all thas same you wish to know. Vonr SEXUU P0Tt:3 are the Key to life and I It reorrKinctinr i- In. lavs bare the truth. Every ma who would rasrain sexual vitmr lost tbrwrh folly, or develop members weak by Datura or wasttsa bv drsaase. should write fur our as) sled book. "rVrferX ManLood." Ha cbaxsjn, a lid i ssa m Mm book for Infants and Children. OTHERS. Do You Know Hist Pr-r.r..-. Baleman's limps, Godfrey's Cordial, nianjr su-caJled buutbiti Sruj. ui. i most remedies for children are eotnpusrd of oaima or swa-iiine f Po Tow Kxtnw that opium and morphine are stupefying oarevtic wsuns f Po Ton Know that in most ctmiitriis drncgists are not pmultUJ to aeO turtxAi wttbont labeling them poisons f Po Tort rXr-or- that yon SLouM not permit any medicine to tie cives your cL.il unlet you or your physician know of whst it is cotnposed f Pa Yon Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparaUon, and that a Lst tf its icgrcdienU ia published with every buttle t Po Yon Know that Cartoria is the prescription of the famous Xrr. Sarr.wl riicr That tt has been in use for nearly thirty yoars, and that mora Castoria is now sold Has of all other remedies for chfidrett combined f Po Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the railed Plates, asl ef other cons tries, have issued eidajve right to tir. rUcber and his assigns to use the weird Castoria, " and lu f onnaa, anl thst to imitate them is a stale prison offense ? Po Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this gostrxUDrnt rotectiotwa because Castoria had bent proven to be atoaolntely list I sslssiT Po Yon Know that 35 BTwrata;. doses of Castoria are furnished tor 33 esnata, or one ceut a dose 1 Po Yon Know that when poaarsscd of this perfect preparation, your ctuLlnsi tcsy be kept well, and that you may here unbroken rest f Will, the thlarfr are worth toowing. They ars facta. The fac-rtmile ahrnatnro of Children Cry for DAVIS CO: (ibAI.NU 1NU kMil,ATlG 1S.KU1K 1.118. silDBac' tl "sn.c.t. fcmm& Proprletonai of II k c ' rr f- yrn-.se. One block from Cen'-ral Park. 1 arrest ia Iowa. JOBX If. rAKILKiW. 1 Painters and Decorators TITZL EATSZaS, CAL:in2L3. etc. SSO?, 419 STnt)CtIi St . SCCS I2LAX3. ILL. J. SPILGER, Contractor and Builder. Shop, Solly IXoae Hovm. RldtsriOA. 410 8rmth etjevt. . f. BoesnwirLB. Tcra korsvns.3 ROSENFEEXD BROS. PRACTICAL Piumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters. Hnttse Heating mod Sanitary Plumbinf. nasetnont Bock Island Nat. Rtis JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder, OFFICE, NO: J821 SIXTH AVENUE, fiiop on VIds) Birewt POCK iSLANi'. City Bu8 and Exprosa Lino For But or Express Uu telephone 1141, and jou mill rocciv prompt itttentioB. TIJ1BSHLASB ft CPBBCER Props. JOHI trCHATEK, Profarkstor. atmsVssja4awtwss,Osts Uts.stk ItUssrt, . (njprwil. Starve- Tbu The chdeest Wine. Liquors. Beer snd Clean ilw.yt on Htnd Pitcher's Castoria. HAVE YOU SEES TEE : CAPITOL If Not, Why Not? Conic and see the Heater, n! jtnlfre 5t meri'.s rourc!f. FifUfn sold this sea son, and more poin. 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