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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBDER 7, 1885.
JOHN W POTTER. W-iDNJCtDAY, OcTOCCR 7, 1885. TifK Washington w is unjust whe-j It chUb Heimtor George Fiinby Hoar buld huui'ed. The exterior of Mr. Horn's litid id all right. Tub pulpit ami the p-uas are cnrteUt ed aa members of the same social Bj,ti,m. ftod the one cannot deteriorate without injuriously affecting the other 8nyn John Foord, of iirooklyn, in a speech at the Ii sip list Social Union dinner. AriKK all the trouble over tliet.'aro- lioes, the difficulty between Itima-( k and Alfonso has ended in smoke. Gcr many has acknowledged Spain's cla:, to Yap, and Spain has granted Germany s free port 3 ami free commerce at t be Car olines, Tun fulling leaves adjure us I lint the crop of nuU this year U unusually large, and the boys are properly taking advant age of this fact. There is a pleasure in the memory oT the days when all of us were young and went nutting every Sat urdav. Owe week nune rem a in a in wlnh to finish campaign work in Ohio. .Itnl&i' Fo raker' lieutenants are moving lie:ivi;n and earth in a desperate attempt to cap tun) the Prohibition vote, but without a hope of success. St. .Tnli'i is doing activ'c work for the Prohibition earidi atcs. Governor IJoadly is ttddre.sinr himself energetically to the question of taxation and State adnrnistration gener aMy. The prosoecis daily improve for a Dcinocral'c su-'ceos on State ticket and Jj' Mature. Is Oregon, Utah, a curfew law haft been adopted. The bells are sounded at 8 or 9 p. rn. ' according to the season, and pfter that lime boya or girls under 10 yeors of age, unless accompanied by a parent, guardian or friend, or provided with a permit, arc liable to arrest for misdemeanor. A similar law is in op eration in Sacramento, Marysville and Cal., and in Runo, Nev., It is not a had law, and would do a power of good if generally adopted in our cities. Whkn the sheriff went to hang John ITartnett, wlfe murderer, at Columbus, O., last Tuesday, he lesolvod to givt him plenty of rope. He gave him so much that when the victim reachnl the end of his string Ms head was almost severed from his body. As he hung dangling only a piece of skin at the back of his neck formed the connecting s iisla jpi;; UuWtweentho H iemT and trunk. The olUeers nod few spectators shionk buck in horrot, and it was some time before one of the deputy sheriffs could summon up eourageenougli In lake the body down. Wa UtiN county, this state, trots out the biggest snake story of the season. Id. Davis of Kirk wood declares lhat while driving along a road leading by a stone quarry, a monster serpent suddenly appeared before him, frightening bin lmrscs mid himself. It was iit'iy feet long, and as it glided along, reared its head (We feet in the air, and shot out a tongue as thick as a man's arm. Its body was as thick as a beer keg, and it made a noise like a train of cars. The presence of this monstrous snake in that vicinity is evidently the result of no license. No man who takes his toddy at regular inter vals ever sees snakes too large to Mvc in his boots. WEI.L-TO-UO CONSCIENCES. It is singular that in America our re ligious bodies have taken so little interest iu the questions that concern our wage earners. This is the more surprising be cause most church members in America are proud to call themselves Liberals. ne cause of their apathy may, perhaps, be found in the prophecy of the founder of the Methodists. Their virtues wi'l make them lich; their riches will make them vicious. Most men in this country who profess religion are well to do. Thrifty, shrewd and rising men, limy have little interest in schemes, which they re gnrd as Utopian. Iu contrast to their want of zep' for Immunity staud out the earnest efforts of a number of Catholic priests in France. These have already formed "The Work iugmen's Club," which numbers over two hundred thousand members. A depot tion sent by this club to offer their bom age to the Pope was recently addressed by a Jesuit priest from the pulpit of Notre Dame in language that would have det lighted the ear of Thomas Jefferson him self. Twenty years of republican misrule have left the American people behmd the - times. Keep sweet jour breath it maid or wife. Or old or young, or large or small. If you have any hope In life. If yuu hare any friends at all. Keep wtet your breath and heed the wiirniug. Uwe SOZODNNT each night and morning! Like tha Perfume Wafted from beds of flowers is the breath that has been rendered agreeably odorous with SO'ODONT, which communicates to the teeth a marble whiteness, and to the gums a roseate lint. Use it, and beautify your mouth. "Spalding's Glue,' house. useful in every It is staled mat Paris manufacturers are imitatingcod liver oil by soaking herrings in olive uil, which quickly taaes up the tfshy odor and closely resembles light cod liver oil. The brown oil is produced by allowing the fish to soak for about ten days. IIousekccers throughout the country have been using Dr. Prices Cream Uak iug Po viler for a generation, and have ever found it as pure and good as Ue wheat it raises so splendidly. House keepers do not care to experiment when experience has proven that they bave found a good article as Dr. Price's Cream Powder, tney will stand Dy it. All driigirists sell Dr. X. Slcae'8 Bron xliirtl Wafers, the great pleasent and 8;ife ' tbroHt remedy. TUey are worthy of ft trial. 25 cents. , FASHION NOTES. Pendant or drop-buttons fasten munv hodicm. Old fashioned peurl pieot edges nr n noons are revived. Many overskirts are slashed only on ooe side, but the slash extends all the wy to the waist. lit m nets are more eccentric anil capric ions tbn ever in shape, t-ize, lualeriuU ana trimmings. The fronts of husqups have one or tw poiutw.'the back frequently has the flash am pei y attached to it. The hulk of winter stuffs, both wool and silk, are atriped horizontally as a rule, hut frequently vciically. Stripes of various colons, side by side, are frequently seen in velvet or plush on goherMoncd woolen grounds. Striped skirls will fa: worn with cloth. velvet, velveteen and pluia woolen stuff over-dresses and nasi pics. Hough boucje woolens aro combined with velvet, velveteen, and pluh in frocks that (war the maik of French taste. New cloak, jacket, Newmarket, and ul ster clasps come in novel figures, (lower leaf and fancy forms, in metals and carved woods. Woolen stuffs are more iu fnvor than silk or velvet ones for bonnets and hats, as well as for the frocks with which they are worn. The buKiue is still the bodice most fvs ored by dressmaker h, but ii made very short and simple, with or without a waist co tt, at pk-urur. 1 olnnaisi-H of velvet, or velveteen will be worn over skirts of r.unh woolen flluffs, with bourrctlc, bouclc, Astrakhan, fne.e and other borders. Straight, graduated, raised, sunken, houcle, boiirreUc, hroche, ziuzag, waved and mixed combination stripes arc all seen on hoth wool and silk fabrics litis fall. Some of the riehesl millinery siiiir are used by dressmakt rs to form I be narrow waistcoats, the culTs and lii'U collars of dresses of various kinds of material. Fru ze or houcle wools are ulili.cd for the borders of skiits, the collars, cuffs and pockets of tailor made cloth dresses, and for the trimmings of pickets, New markets and ulsters. The overskirts of many cloth dresses are made long front and back, looped very high on one side uutl slashed to the waist line on the oilier, showing the rich bordered, houcle, Hy.antine lluured plush, Astrakhan striped or braided un derskirt. 'There's a good to be said on both sides," was the cautious re po 'rise of good old Sir Itoger de Coverlev, when he was culled in to decide a dispute. If the point had been regarding the merit of Mishler's Ileib Ih tiers. Sir Koger would bave had no need of hesitation, for he with all the world have been ready to answer that it is the greatest remedy in ttic world for dyspepsia, indigestion im purities, and alt diseases of the stomach, bowels, liver and kidneys. A letter, written by a Norfolk lady, which had remained fifty years in the pocket of an old coat, was found the oth er day by a r:fg merchant, and itv no. pially strange chance rcaj'l'i, i.Mi per son to whom it hajVhfn addressed half a century ao.- They Will Surely Find Yon- They are looking for you everywhere. Drafts of air in unexpected places, going from hot rooms to cool ones, carelessness iu changing clotbinu: Tn short anything which ends in a "common cold in the head." Unless arrested this kind of cold becomes seated in the mucous membrane of the bead. Then it is Catarrh. In any and all its staues this disease always yields to Klv's Cream Halm. Applied to the nostrils with the finger. Safe, agre able, certain. Pi ice tiftv renin. It is announced that an English inven tor has lately devised a meihuil of coat ing tin with a material resembling glass, which removes all danger of poison in dinned gootls. An End to Bone S or ft pine;. Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrisburg, Iji., says: "Having received so much henetii from Electric Bitters, I feel it. my duty to let suffering Immunity know il. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doctors told me I would have to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used, instead, three buttles of Klcclric Hitters and seven boxes IJuekleu's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now sound and well.'1 Klcclric Bitters are sold at fifty tents a bottle, and Bucklen's Aruica Salve at U.c. per box by Hart, fc liahnscn. Tim Mnssiifhusi'tis niiinut'tH-turinu city of Lawrence has lout in pnpuUlimi since IStjil. The hlood would run tor live years I was ft ,'reiit bUtTcrer from Catarrh. My tiOatnlM were so sensitive I couhl not near llie least bit of dust; at times so Imd the hlood would run, and at uiubt I could hardly breathe. Ailer trying many things without bcnclHI used lily's Cream Halm I nm a living witness of its cllicacy. l'et- er Bruce, fanner, Ithaca, N. Y. Ivisy to use, prieo 50. The Yuma Indiaus have held a grand council and resolved to adopt pantaloons as an article of dress. HOUsKOMI'S.tHII i'llllKI'IIATK Verv Sauifactory ill Prostration. Dr. P. P. Uilniarlin,. Detroit, Mich.. says: "I nave iounti it ery snusiaciory in its effects, notably id tho prostration attendant upon alcoholism " Tho patriotic bovs of a large charitable institution in Boston. have struck success fully against an attempt to substitute, roast mutton for baked beans at their SuDday dinner. If von experience a bad taste in the mouth, sallowness or yellow color of skin, feel stupid and drowsy, appetite unsteady, frequent headaches or dizziness, you are "bilious," and nothing will arouse your liver to action and strengthen up your system like Dr. Pierce's "Uolden Medical Discovery." By druggist. Some voting women in Pueblo, Mex., have started a pajier called The Mother. inIiaw. An eject existing without cause is an impossibility; tickling in the throat, buskiness of tho voice, violent, coughing, etc.,-nre the effects of a severe cold. Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup cures the cold at once and removes its serious tllects. The artesian well at Live ak, FUnjla, is down 1,000 feet, and water bus not yet ben struck Have used Tongaline iu a case to pre vent recurrence of neuralgia, and ain very much pleased with the result. U has been more eilicious in producing the de sired effect than any remedy I have used in that case. T. P. Oliver, 51. D. Oglet horpe, Macon Co., (la. The Czar ats only one meal a day and is afraid to eat that. Truth is mighty, and will prevail. Hunt's Hcmeily cures like magic all dis eases of kidneys, liver, and urinary or gans. The artists of New Orleans have decid ed to found a school of design in that city. Singers will be delighted with Dr. X. Stunt's . Bronchial Wafers. Clear the voice; pleasant to take. Price 25 cents. By all druggists. HOLD UP YOU HANDS! THE GENTLE TRAIN-ROBBER WORK- . ING HIS WAV EAST. A I'ennftylvunitt IFateiiienr Coaeli 1 Under Tribute One Mure Caw c Woiuan-KlauKhter An Indltmep tli SenNtttloa Other Slue. PirrsBLito, () t 7 Word ha . reached this city of a daring train rubtery Tuesday morning on tie H dli lay branch of the Fonnnylvauitt railroad, which connect! wita tbut rual at A i toon a. it la repHitei til at four men en tered tlie " pax encor-euacta with drawn r.tv.ilver-. Wadu three of then cov dred tbe terror-atriekan i.a-w liters the othr one want thrmh their pocket and lusfivre. The conductor had K encountar with on a ut the rnb hora, b-jt was duwiid and bold in 8ub Jection witii tli) revolver pointed ut hi head. One poxeiii;r midWud a sevuru knife viuii I, the blade itf which . huso. f thr )iiglt hia bnni. Aitr aceoinpHdiin Ihoir object they pulll tho (trill cord, slowed up the train a ud eeuj I 1 1 thii whh1 . it U not known the atnuunt that w i- sei'tirred. TWO !.:0RE WOMEN VICTIMS. An f 11 iiuii 1:111 Khi h lit II i Wifn and ftloMifl'-ill-lAIIT. CfciNt. a. H.'b., O -t. 7; Allert Cook, a fin-mer, hviii ut (uttm, 11 vill.iy live niilos wo t oi hero, hL dMt TurottUny itiuru insr -liut tint wiia and vvilN iiiolner. The hittiir, v.eirall wninan of nearly 7o, is iltutd. Ti.e wifn in not ex HH'tod to li vi. 'l'ho inurderor is tdl at hii'o. Tno m m ( 'oui; i , a Guruiau whom oiuiiy n his imiidiiiiN consider insane, lie wiw ariu-ttit a wiink A;i) anJ jailed at this place lor ti:roat)oinK tho lii'e of ilia wib. lie vns badud cut Sunday. Whom the iuttivu wont nftr tho crime is not knuwn. It it bdiovod by many that he wont away and shot himself, and that when Im i foiin l ho. w ill Ut d-u t. An ac tive "-cure 1 1 ix boin l"H..wii.l by a large oundier of eitiZ 'ii Tho old lady mwiih to havtt Iwon tlrnt at- tJiekfd. One bullet ntruek lir in tho mouth, and a-u tltor in the ule of tlio hoad, apparently as slu tui'iied away, at tor hav ing been hit wild tiie IJrs t hllllt. The sec ond Rlmt iKnutrafeil tiio brain and must tiHvy cjiuiid almont instant death. Having Unirdie.l this part of tin bloody work, Cook turnul 11 1 ton his wif( and fired five shots in Hueeessiuu, evory one of the bullets taking otTdet A short time at?o Cook atbtmptol SIrA Hutts' life, but faiHiiji, threw the revolver into a corn Ho hi. Tie weapon used Tuns- lay morn in U the one thou usod. Mm Hutti lived in Burlington. iha place wimre the murders occurred 1 about Hfteeii miles I mm Kigin, adjoitdtiu Kt. Charles township. H.jmo of the many conilii't.u stories are tliat Cnok is insane, ani has !oiij; lieun a tit suljot for an ayluin. It is Itelievo 1 lie has gua toward Chieago. A Nut 'benif, but Ik'utn' vrk. IffiiiANAiiiMH, U.. JTa dramatic and san atlomd iiiiaout oecurrod in tbn criminal courtuiuiay. Alviu O. Hoy e, the son of n. I. Koy-e. a proiiiinent ctiiztin. Wiis con victed Saturday iti liuvmt; stolen a pocket book coiitalidiifC SltM, ami wiut nentencod to two year-.1 iniprm.iniiiont iu tiie peniten tiary. Maj. Uerdoii, 1 ho enior oounsul for tho defence, ucooinpau a i by the father, brother, and sevurai frioiidd of the young man, walked into 1 ourt. and in a way that eleetrillol the Bjer.:itors apjtealed to the judge t- roleAso the prisoner at once, beeuu e the money supposed to have been stoLm had been found in tho coat-tail pocket it lioardinr, the man who claimed to buve Insen robiied. The judge intrut'tod tho pr-wnruLin" to make inquiry into the mat tor, and close questioning of Bngnrding reaulted in his finally mak ing the con (e-w ion that the relatives of iloy-io, his father ami brother, who had as-si-,tnl in defending him had returned the .stolen money upon condition that he should declare that lie had never boen roblxtd. llugui-ding's confa-feioii was embiHlied in an atlUiavit, and the ltoyres were at once plueod under tond fr Kuhoruin witnesses n.l for perjury. Woman Henttoii;il to Hntiif. Home, N. V.( Oct, J. The Herkimer court hou-4 was crow lei Tuesday morning by people of both soxen and all-age t .iMtttU to the nejitenea of Mrs. Druse. At U o'clock she was escrLed into the court-romii by (Jill. -or Wilson. S!w looked haggard and worn. On the opening of court Cuitisellor L.uoe made a motion for a now trial, which was don led by Jndg: Williams. The prisoner was then toM to stand up She arose and Judge Williams sentenced her to he banged on Wednesday, Nov. !!!. Mrs. I)ru-e never flinchod nor allowed any emotion until mhe was passing out of the court-rottm, when she bur.t into tent h. (oun-'ellor luce will st) cure a stay f rooecdins, and apjwal the ease on a motion for a new trial. . Tfad an Kve far the Itrantlful. ItoMToN, Mass., Oct 7. The pictures stolen fr.nu Mr. Krelerick Ame-.' country sti at at North Kestmi are the following: J. F. Millet. "Tho do. .so (Jul ;" Rousseau's "St-ene mi I ho iti o;" Mnyor Von Uronmn's "Y ling MotUor,". and a small canvas by Keyltok. The turnlari ao took fonie valu able article- ttf bric-a-brac. They niso bfike info tho limi-e of Mr. Ames mother, half a mile away, mid took a pair of vasMH. Tlioy then nttlo a Iniiid car from the rnil w.iy stacion and tran-ifdrred thir Imot-y to tiie outskirts of H )siu. Hta!ilii1 to Oe.-illi willia I'oeket-fvuirn. lETUur, Mich.. Uel. 7. M.mlay ui;;ht about 1 o'clock two young moii nniutnl Krauk Durah and (Steven MelSnnDy widie intoxicated got Into admputo and M K odly stabbod Durah several tnne with a picket knife, Hurrell H.dos a'.'d 'i'i uttomptcd to separate th ni when W ICually turned up:u him and stabbed him lo the heart. Sale loll to the sidewalk and expired in a lew m inn t ft. Thirnh was 101110 veil to a hospital where he new lies in a very precarious con dition. McEnally has len arrested. . A r;tv Man'M AwTul Ieetl. DlvTHOir, Alieh., U'L 7. Tim Kvcning Journal's A(iej;nn -jtocfal say : J; dm Ciiuiiiberlin. of lbtpkmn town hip, who it crav, en Kiturlay totk his 8 - mt iith-t - old child Ut the lMd With him. Me was gout a long time and search was made for him. It-was found that he had pa-sol thr-iugb Rabbit river, drowning - tut child. 11 wa found near the lake with bis own throat cut and the dead child in his arm:, lie i. now a raving niauiikc, but will pr.bubly recover from his wounds. OI ving ik Omul Jiitat of Trnnble, Chicago, Oct. 7. Tho shooting of Dr. W'augh by Jasper Sweet is causing no end of trouble. Iu the tlrst place the dischar1 of Sweet by- the grand jary raisi l an in dignant prots .t from nil Vv'augb'; frien ! nnd ctizrw penar:illy "Binu th ante m irt-m stiitoutui tif Waugh is hvkeil up in ' thn state at torney's safe and ha will out pormit it t bo puhli-hed. ft wis obUined by Capt. Itontield of the jvilice fore, la the presence only of tt utteir daughter who acted as s!r-nographr. Whatever it may be, Waugh's frhnds declare be was not sane enough at any time during his iilness to mak a legal state ment and - Ur. O. P. Conning hain came out in Tuesday morning's puner denouncing Bm field mvrc for hl part in obtain ins it N w Bjofldd baa had Cun ningham arrete.1 on a ciar-ce of criminal iUd. and the doctor' hn iMje-i held to the grand jury iu f5..l. Shtmtlng Uiihh Convicts. CmcAOO, Ot-t 7. A bnef di patoh from Dallas, Tf , Miy tha convicts employed on the titilf He' Short Line nmrrow-gBiie railway made a di-sp -rato attempt to escape Monday. Al-out sixty started and the guards tired on thm and killed and wonoded tweuty-llvn. Tiie remaindaf es caped and vigorous efforts are bein made for their capture. ', THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Throoghout Spain, Monday, there were KM new oases of cholera and 125 deaths. Belva Lock wood la se.d to bare cleared $J,t00 from her lecturing tour since she wain t elected president. Mr. Gladstone suggests as a settlement of tne ea tern trouble that Austr.a, (iresoe, and Turkiy divide MareJonia Dion Bouolcault, thd playwright and oomeaian, wan marre 1 at rsyduey, Aus tralia, Bop. wt suss inornayae. Silas Ooble. of Ocean oountv. New Jnruv has twenty-tbree children, after being mar ried fifty -one years. The eldest child is u, and toe youngest 10. Herman child re u are employe 1 at sewiug on shirt buttons, at the munificent waes uf ceqt for a gross (144 of buttons, and I Ins is uot paid in cash but in groceries. The Holdiers of the quaeu of Madagascar say wiai iwo power rui aiiir-suaii. Hazo and Ucn. Tazo, or, in other words, fever end foret, are lighting on their side against the rrenca A machine shop, cooperage warehouse and two dry-docks at Jersey City woro d- troyeii tiy lire Mouday night, creutinir loss of ltX),U0D, upon which there is iW,0(0 msurunee. Pittsburg now soem-i to tw assured of aper manent industrial exhibition, and a build inft of iron and glass is to be erected, at a cost of taJU.uoo, much of tue money having iwu nironuy snoorioeo. A 1(H) mile bicycle race at Boston Monday wa won by George W.ber, of New Jersey, in noun and hi minutes beating the world's record 14 minutes, and the American record by 1 hour and 'S minutes. C U. Lwtor, a stock dealer, who was an old rriondof President Cleveland, commit ted suicide at Burlington Junction Kpriugt, Iowa, Monday. When the president was stiorar 01 trie comity Lrtntcrwaa hia deputy. In a nuit involving the ownership of l,uuu,uuu acres or land batweeu CoL Li. ti, Evors aut Mr. Thomas Wilson, of Chicago, the United States disU-ict court at Oxford, Mi .a, has returned a decision iu favor of Evers et al. . In the United Btatos an l Canada during Boptemtier, tne losso-i by fire aggregated $a.5a&,d0iJ :j,7(tu,ouo less than (or the cor rosiHJiidiuir mouth last year, and about Jti0.- QiH) below the average for Septsmtmr in the post tan years. . K. 11. tJould. alius linssett, mine time lier par a id private banker at Iron Monn tain, Micb., left thri'O weeks ago for Clll- caKu, and ua not been seen since. He owed ?,0U0 Vi Italian miner , au 1 left, boside a wife and two children, hut tlU asset . The l'ortlund (Me.) police have unearthed one of tho most remarkable liquor trups ever discovered since the prohibitory liquor law went into force. A lead pi coutaining whisky, aud laid in cement, wa followed 13S feet over a public way to the source of supply. . - ' A small-pox patieufr Juifij.vi from a win. duwofthe ho-pital gt Montreal Hunday night, and, after ruuig through tho street in his uight-clothos, fcuusrht un at the door of a residence. Tfio inmates, aroused bv the intruder, asfeulted him, and whon an oflloer, bfriiig; a liht, arrived, they were llbrnried to find the man's lace covored with pustule-, tun hlood from which, caused by their blows, stainal their hands. The sufferer was then taken back to the hos pital. Momentous Question for Somebody. ITrrsuuiUJ, Fa.. Oct. 7. The Commercial Oiixette Tuesday morning publishes tho fol lowing; Tho merchant tailors of this city bald a uiestiug Mono ay night, at wbicb it was resolved to try whether the plan of Ja troit tailors cannot be practiced here. This plan is to publish the names of all persons who refuse to pay their tailors bills on toe programmed of the various places of smuw mtmt It was reported that the organisa tion locally is growing rapidly. Tired of a Nh.i turiil Life. Fort Worth. Tex Oct. 7. Luc He Kir by, 17 years old, committed suicide by taking morphine, leaving a touching letter to her mother, in which she -aid sb was tired of a life of shame. She was t!ie daughter of a wealthy cattleman of Au-din, and three year ago married F. W. Carpen ter, a rich sUickuinu of north Toxa-, but was caat olr tor tior waywardness I).-rld Ills Wile. Ci.BVklano, Ohio, Oct 7. Henry Fred erick, a welt -known loc tl poln.ici-iu, and nn employ of the pit'.O'u'e, has -lopmi with Mis- Ku-io l'liik, a young lady for whom lie has been netrlectin his wife for the pa t six uiniiths Tne couple have bo'en traced tis far ub Hutr.do. Sloped wllli luriy TltitiiNitoit. Kkw Yoiik, Oi-t. 7. K.-edencv Fi hel. the confident itd bo kk: rof AuUNt Hern helm S Jtiiier, Wii.de-..ilo cltithliiLT ihor- chmits at tVVJ Ilrondwity, b.-n nbscoiidod, n del'aulter t) Hie ntiiouni. - f Eld,t ). From llie I tacts Cuursns. Niiw Yokk. Oct. 7. Tuesday's vacant Jerome Mirk resiiltud: first ruce, milo; liuckdoue jlrst, Flor- eiu e b. socon I, 'I in on Ciucrs th.rd; urns Hecond race, hide; I'-tticoat fir. I, '.e-tloxt Becoud, Il.tMid 1 tldnl: time, Third race, 1 miic; Col. Clark tic t, Stonebuck second, Hdla thirl; tiin . ourth race. 1 ! nulj : 1 dti hr t, ltd. Wil i second, Tony F- t.r third; tim., Fifth raee f J 'a' iniies: Clumti -I .:r firs'. WanderiiiK second, Sovereign 1',-it tiiiid; time, 2:1$. Sixth racj, swoplechas; ,hm 31 .-iiowan first. Jack second, li-ury O'Moru third; time, CiNfiiNNATf, Oct. 7 Following is the record at Latonia race- luesdav: First race, I mil.-; Pouht tirit, McKowl- ing second. Mocking Itird third; time Itfillj' Sdcond race, 1 1 Hi mdv.; Her mine Ilr-t, Madison e cuii 1, Nodou.-iy third; timo, !:?'. Third race, l,1 miles; K sciutko ilrst. Lady Wa w .ird second. Km ma Manley third; time, '!:!. Fourth race, miic; ad loll liiyani first, Kilrer Cloud second, Grimaldi third; time, Fifth race. IV inilo ; Judge Jack -on thst, Guy second, Km Imtchman third; timo, lias a Fancy fr Hpidera. Patkhson, N. J., O.'t 7. -Ur. Francis It Daluiner, one of the oldest phydcians in this oity, is dying at rifc. Jo epn's hospital. 11c was born 111 Uerman s tvenry-sevoli year ago. ror participating in the revolution ul Wid be spent ronr year in the dungeons oi Rastadt, - Ehrenl.r.'iUteiu, and Julicli. While in these pris-.m, oft-m do me 1 to oli tary conrlueiU'utf he fo.-m -d a atram;o at tachment for tbe spidei i tbut were hi oul company. Aftor ecnpin from a prisnr. bospttal, Unluiuor came to this country aud settled tu Faterson, where he has been greatly beloved by the (erman res deutt and has enjoyed a nvxierate practice. From his love of Bpiders he would allow no repairs to his rooms, nor sny brushing of walls, and as a consequence those creatures and their webs covered r early every avail able spot 111 the apartnvn. A few days ago his health having been failing for months, he w is at his own request removed to the ho .pital to die. Our Weather Jtnrean as Ones w Any. WasuiNoto, ClTV, OcU 7. Oan. llaxen. chief signil tUcer, has returned fro.n la:i trip to fc-urop, and rays the signal service of the Unite ! Htats compares favorably with any hi existence. One of the principal objects of bis Kuropean trip was to attend the international nietn-irol tgical c-mgress at 1'aris. The object of this conference was to bring aUmt greater uniformity in th tnathod 1 of making weather predictions in different countries ani much was a ceo m-pli-hed in tuis direction. Gju. Ilnxea says hi- in pectimi of the methods purraed in fc.ir.'i" an country crt only mmor clcitge In our own system Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The trruatcst metiai wonder of the won Warranteii to petdily rure burns, hniisc .cms, uhtrs, salt riicpiu, fever sorest, can1 cers, pilofl, I'hiltilaina, rortis, h-tlcr, cbapf ped hautls, and all sum (m pi tons, gitamu-f Ucd to cure in every iuMtancc, or moneyi refUDura. 25 cent ir box r or xali hf Harlz IiahhWD WHAT IS INVOLVED IN THE RECENT COUP OF BULGARIA AND ROUMELIA. A Cienernl Keorgjan Uatlou of the Map In That Wwtlnu KnKlih and IrUbKewi paper Opinions or I'anieU's Hpeech - Diliou'a Advice France. London, Oct. 7. A correspondent writes tbut the recent Koumelian- bulgariau union " the result of Kuriau intrigue, auu the apiKirent coolness oi Hus la nww is beouuse the cau n.it control tue trouble she hu startod. He continue: Much, vwry much, h uncertain, but ot thi e in-iy iedi assure iihs pi-osent di-s-turbauce will uot end, liku the ht-L, in LU-t luiiktiS. Ify tt further iUi...uti udvauce Ufwuid tne llospnorti-t Hu-xin fauu- an atmoiutely Unhrt.keu Kuroai. concert uot only 01 the great powors, but id tvery onu of the iittie miiburoom state . Uuiiiu au-. iivor ijoeu in butter snap lor ti u . i 'u ca.oi.ii ju. Alroady it is-aid ovei-y-wuoi'rf iiiul Hu Mti will piMpo e ul the n.iiiicreiKe to occupy imlgana and Itoui'ueua until the will 01 Kuropo Mm! I be disclosed. It is equally ugroed that the powers will veto tui . pro poal. Kihind thee beliefs there U a in eral tear tnat the czar's uly temp-tr will Uictate deiiaiice ti the powers and that he will intervene on his own account. JhiL if t-ie Cosucki detieeud this time il will le no barbaric Moslem t moot, bui Krupp euiiuo'i. All south wo tern Kurofie is in to-day's calculation d the pro phets whicii are5 strioUy .iei 101 tic. Turkey is scarcely taken bit ti'-c-uiiiiL Al mo t sha might bo nblo to amend a sirip of tho Kuxine cottdt triu Itutnuas to (JonstautinoplH, and terhnps she mighL ulso hold Adrian. ipl.-; but 110 more wmld b oxpotf ot iter in Kurope. ii would bo Austria iithernu uudei her Hag a motley horde 01 Wnllachs, Sprint, Or.wks, and Anmuts. and hacked, if necessary, by the whole force o? (leriuauy und Italy, who woul.. assume the re t of tiie task. It is noodle s t predict what tho issue or Mich a con flict would be. Thore would Hoarcdy be lliiUariaiis pnouti left to populate j a prtshalic. much Iw n tho kingdom thoy are talking about n'w, nnd Hu.--sia would rccoivoa hi nv c!omir;-d with which that in the t'rime.i woul I he a mere abia ion. Ity the' r-pocinuMnns ol too various c .ntin'nt.jil papers one cau see how tiie ni;n 1 i tempted to run ri.-t at ihe tli unrlit or all t!iat thi- might iu v lvHRoiim ini t'Xl Mid d again t- the iisip'dr, rVM'via fattened by Wid li'i and Kopliin, Albunia given U-tli-."co, th.( Aii-.l.rian unglj at ShIohIoh 1 duniiiidtin f.i. IVoinsuIn, nnd th Tu-k a'ani in iha lialkuns and Arinonin. I'.-r'i ip . even if (f(rm:iuy took a loin I. I'o I --i 1 1 rmd I' -nifind w.iuil el. no for thum--M'!vv A l tli.?-- por ibtliklei will rid-' .n f,'tf .'i i- n.-ives of tfie lirt cannon sh.t Ul th-' r..t,ii:nii-i. , , -- COMMENT ON PARMELL'S SPEECH. How the, I.o loloii and Imblln 1nprrs View ft. LnvniiN, (). t. 7. The Pail New, in a l 'iidr culls L .rd Kiud-dph Churchill the connection -'" hetwiwii the government :md Mr. I'cirocll. It adds: "The uncrowned kite; is posvildy a recognized mini tor, a r.-t envoy in Downing treat. Air, Fur nell imd not a word t Miy nin'nst boyc if.t iiir. nnd his s-ccli tlironhont heurt the I ra es of a di-p.tsiliun to count to tortus with t,!io Kogli-h political partie." lije ielfgraph nays Mr. racntll held almost lOfrolfir court at AVii klow. umid tho frantic -i liilatiotis of hi full tw.u-s, and lie iicco-isfully muuguratod the lirst of a series f con von tion i, and it comdn 1 is thus; 'What wo are witnosiu 111 Wick low is onspiracy to piralj'ie the p:irli,iin.Mit of (rout.' Rritain iu ordr ! at the Irisii house of cf.mnioiis may tix It -itiih products and maintain a hot of polio volunteers, in armed menace of iii ili h peace and necur Ity." 1 ho 1 nn nilnrriii 'o 1 arnelrs speech, sny-: !(: is impo si bio to dfsgui-e or pnlrer wdh the fact toat too -'ovorummt ot Ire land ha- p..s od. it is rapidly pa-slug, out It, n i.ft.i 1-; of hr m-i,p-.tt-'s niitii-rs. , t o- icir , dciu;iM I f r iioine-rnls is only J ut i.uy to - further elf rt to complete -op-irul.io:i of irehiil I llMiu !"( t Hrit- OLI. iM'itidN, Oct. 7. -The Freeman's Journal ooorts Mr. I'-ti imlt's deniMud that the Irisii !eo:di io p.'i'inittHl to raise thrtir own r.-vnu loid j rotoct their own industries. Tho Iridi Tune; i-uy.i that protection is Im- posibln .ithout romnviug Irelnnd thou amls ot mi. a avv.iy troui Ktiiland. Wicklow was decorated with Irish, French and American ll-igs but thoro waa a not iccal'Se nbucoof Uih Itriti.sh onsl'ii. Pimi.is, O.-i. 7. Hpofikins; at a National ist, league lue'.ltng 1'uesday, Mr. John Ihll hi, ox )Ioioo-Uult iinmhT fvr Tippor nry warned toii.nnis not t piy more than a 11111 rn :n ti ton years rental n. piircha h nionoy Tor thoir present holdings. He urged tiie people to odhor buy or hhi for the po-se-si-ii of thn land. Ihe Lund for tho support of tho National t in"inbor- of parliament now amounts to o,ikn. French Cikbinl Wauls Itemoflellnc;. Li 'N 01 in, Oct, 7. The Faris corresftond :llL of The Times Kftys: "tlwing to the number of cubmet mmidu'S defeated at tiie elections on Sim. lav 1 1" t Tor scat. in tho ciinmoor of deputies it wdl lie unc s nry for the col)oi"t lo be rum rdelol. or rohit;u lioin ilU-e boioCH tin chumtitiri meet. If t.iv t.ilicnls al!y thunelvs with the incni nTi of tho riifhr they can overthrow mm- istcy alter ministry, Ioaving France iu 11 pfirntauroit ends, which will soriou-dy jeoj- urd-7. thn hi stwiice of the rpilbMe. Fvuih, (t.-u 7. The Itojuii'liqu Fraucaisw, iu an editorial lnesd-ty. on I ho ra .uiti of tl.o cloefiocs on rinud-iy last, snys: 'Mvn1 oiitt-th'ird of t.NO niemieri of ihe chamber Ui-otie. am V .ns uvntives. Tois is a ."in vil." Tiie articio ta-u implores tho U ;i .l-.u ..iii to unite 011 candidates in the di :-;.'. Wt.cv socoii.l ballots a ro necessary. 1 ;ii.isirvo Hie integrity of th-J K.-publle- A11 Aldci ocin Aflnr ' utility.' J Hi m, in, i id. Aldormau Harris has aj-pl., -j lor mi 1 ohtaiiitl a writ of proce lure fioin one of t.. uiaitcates of this city iira.nst, H-nry L.iUiUdioro, elitor of The Ijond 11T1 utii, whom the plaintiir charges wil h vet I ilwle I lorn 111 his papor. In hi- ntttdavu. Al.. Harris alleges that Kdi tor I "Ui l.ero nccii-..sl him of hein 11 party ov.'i!il (pie tiftiaiilo transactions, hum nr.' pi...eJ at fn.!Ml. (irinjiny nnd Spsln 8tMttIn Their Dispute. 1;kkun, Me,, 7. The report that, the di 10. i-tu i'Lo li-riiiKiiy nu 1 Spiti over tho C r- tin- i land. 1ms U3n arnica biy hetlled viiroirid ll is t-rti l that l'rince Htf 11 rk u .11 Mp.odiIy olQcially annunoo the teru-oft-.o .'iveeiuont ia order to Koothe any anuoyunce the Hpe may entcrtaiti by Uit ts?m consulted. Klver Sinamer buuk. CaPR (iiiiAHDBAU, Mn, Oct. 7 The Anoiior hue steamer City of Viekibur,;, nlnch struck a rock and sunk Hund.ty night nvii 111 l.ts ahovs here, is damageu to the xiot tu' iilout $5d,0JU. hhe has been tton'-ed inio sLailow water and her lower d 1 . now cJer.r. New Light on Khumatism- 'I hail been completely disabled from rheumatism. I uswU I'mker'a Tonic for kidney disease, when to my astonishment Ihe rheumatism completely di&appearud." So writes Mrs. Henry Bogert, of Ko. 45-i Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, N. V. Rheu matism arises from the failure of the kid neys to separate the uric acid from the A Clear Skin ts only a part ol beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. Henry's Carbilie Salve. The hrst galvo used in thn world for outs, bruises, pilco. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tHler, rhapprd hands, tdiilhluins. corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions, freckles and pimples. The salve is uar an teed to give perfect satisfaction every case. rSe sure you get llcury s carbolic rmlve. as all 01 hers are hut mi ittiaona and couiilerfeits. . It was a witty Frenchman who on visiting Germanv, exeluimed in horror luree hundred religions and only one yravy ! Absolutely Pure. This powrlcr never vnrics. A murvtd of purity, "li'i'iiu'lu ;tnd wlioli-taniiicni-Hs; more economical tlmn the onliiinry kinds, nnd t iiimol he i-ol't in Cotri'i.'liMo W illi lite m iltilmlc ol' low test, nliorl wcijrhl .-1I11111 or i.lio-plinic ponders. Nttftt itnly if i-u nit. Ho; a. IIaKiNii I u oi- ti 'o., IlHi V;lll ftl.. New York Indigestion Cured. 1 sirfTercti or tno re tli;ui the yenrs with indiei tion, (Ji-arct dy a I ile to retain the simplest food t n my stomach. Tin- IjiirliiliK seiisjilion wjis tilmosl iiibilcnitile, :md my whole r-yslciu whs th-ratigcd. I wil wakeful niid could not Mecp, ami cnuse .jncntly more or less nervous all the time. I de lined in ilcsli. and i-niVcrcd ull I lie usual dep'-us 'on ullcml.uil upoi, lliis lerrihlu discitse. In a word, 1 w:ic mii-enililct. At Inst, failing to find re lief tn aiiyli'.iiitf else, I comiiiciici d the ue of Swift's Spoci tic. 1 lie',111 lo iniirovc ill oni'o. The 111 cd i-i n I. me I up the Moinacl, reiiti. heiied i lit diycslive or:inr, ami sno ul) that Imrnini.' ecus cil, nnd I could retain rood without lilllu'.y. Now my hciih Ii is jiood , and can cut anthiiijr In (he shape tr food, ind dimt it witliunt the slihtesl diillcillly. 1 most clieerrnlly hcMr this tetin:ony, hec.'iiisc lliere arc humiruls KiirTerin as I was, and I nm sure Ihcy can he us read il healed. Take the prescribed doc after I'Jtt'n-;-intend of licforc JAM ICS MANN, No. IS Ivy St. Atlanta, Uil., Aluy bl, 1sH.j, Free fVcm Malcria. Iu the lull of lil I was (;dicn with a rtisc of mahirial fever which prot-t rmctl 111c hold hody am! mind. 1 was driiL'ed ul' cr Ihe old l'asliion w'th incrctirv nmi other mineial inixlurcs. hut wtlli tto .oii results. My licalUi w us h-lmlteicd iimlniv etieriry "one. My leirn nd Tei't would fwell. ami I Imd what evcry'inMiy ihtmuht wan drop. Ttu-ne i miHonif aliirnii'd tne, unii I whk rrfUly 10 i;rup at. anj n nti'tlv miettteil. fiieud toiv'fet1 me o try Swiri'i Spec. lie. I procured three bo.llei and commenced it inc. The fwcihnr noon Mih-fid-d. I Inoc taken ihe Ihrctt hoi t lee, which have made a perfect cure, ami I feel ltl:e a new iiian to-ilav There itioci wm a more meritorious Hied icine otfered to Ml It el intf liuimooty. It Iill wroiiLht woikIcis for inc. Wn.l.in .Iok-i, Li-ctihurj,', bee Coimly, (in., Mareii I, 1HH.. Po (-lire und Jjet tin- I'lniiuc, :ltid ncnd for Trcil tl."c on Hlood and Skin Disca1.)! free, For hale hy till driiL'iril-'. 'I'll li .sVlh'T Sl'RClKU ("ii., Pravvcr !1, Allanta. tin. r7 W.iil St., N. Y. OLDEKTbTlMES The formula by whivh Uishlcr's Herb BltUrs is cjinpvitiirli d is over two hun dred years olil, and of German origin. The entire range if proprietary medicines eannot produrc a preparation that en joys so hiyti a reputation in the community where it i'.s- made h.s .? the he.it remedy for Kidney aud l.iree Coiiiiiiinls, lfinrpiiia, 'ramp in tho Similar h. Indiges tion, Malaria., 1'erioiliral Com plaint, etc. Asa llnoil Purifier, it has m equal. It tones the system, x-rerhitheniny, invigorating and giving ;,.:. life. Tlw Inrn .Tintifft TT:ijth, ot Tnrwrtrr Co., Ps., aa ot'lo Jimit mid uti lionon-d citizen, once wrote: " Minhli-rV Herb Ilittcm In very widely known, and haa ac-intrnt a ftrcnt n-pulation for medi cinal aud rnrativc proicrtlCN. I huVfOinea) nij'N'lf nml in my fiimily pvvcntl liottliiM. and 1 am na tin tin I that tiie rcpuintion in not unincrited.' M r&iHIiEll irERR BITTERS CO 525 Commerce St., Philadelphia. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup Never Fails T - 7 indi-arwioa. A flAOICALCune 1O0 v ..-, ir-H-lnnitl.-.-n.-w. T f!(l our Fi.a rtT;d'l.,nl I'.i. k. I u urn iiiitirtf - D&fiA tfi i -i -S- "iK tu -in.vni;ili ,9 InYounr St P" ol if', re villi ail. n- -jirt to t'Hf ini'iii, or run- ,v''!i''::i t Iiipftiivenicftec :a TfrsiTD foh ovr; ; VEAnSBUSPIM.',' Thousand Cr..v. .. 3 -3J.-,tiy sv. "uutiilct on fit, v'.'ricnii:.:; riClifat lninri- pT-) 1'- if f.f eld ..-iim iU P';-J V'.i.e ii.Jlii.iic.1 Im fi-l i ,1 11I d, !y. TI tiat- 1. 80 iiiC.. One Wonth, - ? .: TuroKnntM, - t,. in bri-k.!..! I -m' Imxlrr HARRIS RS;ftlrY o MTfiCsriWBi 303H M. Tenth p . n-c. 3 jtl". MO. ft u pmePrr,?i:'Ji,?..7!?- Wa oivii ii-iil 1 Trtiyi Tj. apI-9-dw1v 80U) MEDAL ir-AKlH, UriV. BAKER'S Breakfast Cocoa. Warrnnb?d abtolttely pure Cocoa, from which the aictn of OH tua been removod. It hw three time a the Umgtk oi Coco mixed with Burch, Armrout or Humu-, and It therefore fw more ecouoral cal, costing leu than one cent a cup. It ! dtdfclotw, Dourtfthinx, trenethenlDTi easily dlp-ated, aud adminbly adapted for tm-alida aa well aa for petnna In health. Sold bj tjrocem "evrpr here W. BAKER & CO., Dordester, Mass. Bitters- ifillliS I mmm ROCK ISLAND J. W. WHITE L, P.rop'tr. Fr E. H. COLLINS, - Wcll's I'irc and Water Proof Paint and Wood PRESERVED. lV&rii'T"in'i "ifl Painting of tMdSliiimle tn( a --pccialiy. Hcsiiltnce er. 5lh Avo., ami L0th St., UOl'K ISLAND IIX PA.EK & THE TIVOLT, MAGRUM, Tropiictor, SlX.'ONl) AVKNI'K, UTThi' 'Tivoi.i ' Iihk lately been I m 11 formed Into n I'lihicc cc'itfilint: in ever khIooiw in CiiimL'o ;md 11 ri;isd nir ;m llilim in the three c I icn A 11 11 m her ol iiiii-jinnij' for kcejiini; tiie air cool one of the U nditn font m res of I lie pi-i. Kcfrt'!.hniciilf dlh.cti-'cd ;tl Mnn cfliihli-iliiiicnt if in keepiiorwilli tlx u incut Av cIcKinit lunch nerved every nioriitu. All kliols of S:m .inn-? dfltn nerved on stmri notice. New Advonisiitncnts. TI MOST W01EBFE Hiseovery tf thin or Htiy otttcr (ure. by whicli n retits ure cimliled to Mvern tho wx of their oil iniiitrnl plciiftire ; iMiiifear-k you dnij:ii-t for ICureka PillB. )-, for full mint million, iipnty ilircct to the EUREKA CHEMICAL CO., !'. (I, fti!7, Iftdliinorc. I'. S. A . UrANlEDVoimir wiititry work Vf for in- at. their home; fiu'liuitlni c; furi , work ( ,1; pi I iHhiiir. iiiirnci pic of work iiiiiiled for foniccntr' lllrexn tlWMK M A Nl'KAt TI'ltlNOt. . 0. Itox Hdti. AN'I'H II An nctie Man or Wonn coiinlv lo hell our L'ooiis : ihn v 1 in per 1 mid exiiciiru'r1. ur cointcinsitui ; cxix vmice ; 01. (lit free: for full tin tlculiin S'l'A N I) A 1(1) S1I.VKU U'AKK l) It THIS PAPER mny bo ftmna on nm at unit. -IIOWEIX ft CO'd KBWBI'AfKH AXVFTlBlNa BnBKAD (10 BprUlie birel)a whare anver- NEW YORK. tiaiiig rautrnota may I iuad tux it iu THE mUU SAVINS BANK (Clmrt'irei) lv the l.fL'ifilHt.iiFe of Illinois.) OLlNfl. - - I LJilNOlQ Tidnlly rroin ! A. M. to I'. M-.ntifi nn Thcp iny .fui H.it nrdtiy ISvciiiuf f nmi 1 In !. o'r'm'h In'-jros ajlrwod en Eaposlta at tbe rata n' i ?er cent, par Anmm. I?opoflitn roomved in amounrs ot ?i nnd upwaras. SlillliltlTV AND ADVANTAGES. The privntc proiKirly of the TriiHteop if rcpon iltlL to I he deiHiHilorii. Ttic olMccrtMre prohltdlctl from borrow inj. any ol lie moucyp. Minors n.n.1 rri'irricd wonun, iiroteelcd hy-pcclnl lw. OirFiiiKK: VV. Wiikki.ock, I'rcp'dcid ..hun iooi). Vice rrewirti-nt ; i',. V. Uhhknwa v. 1'rtnlilci 1 .;i.--iI'k;K'-:--M U". VVheelock, Porter Hkintmr I '.V. I,iddtdl, Nemoii Dichlor. II W . 1 'rtiidet-, i!. I' tir-ilil.. A. S. WrlL'M, f. K. Henitirt-iy. dohl foo.i..!. M 4'lirt.iy r. II. Hto.tdard. j-TTlie only cii-ii icrcd Suvinyp Hunt in KocV 'And 'Inimtv .-MU'ydwv "CANDEE Rubber- DOUBLE TH!C:( BALL. Ordintiri' Unlibcr Tmt ftlwiiyswcur out fir-.!, tin tho kdl. Tin rot;.; ltoot f arc if n ii h h- th i c on tiie ball, and gwe DOUBLE WlAS. HTnat frouom i f rnlv mt ltoot in Hie inaiUcl. Ijists lotc.'cr linn ituy other boi-t, and tho PRICE NOHICHCn Call nnd x amine tho gOOdi. FOR SALE BY CARSE Sc. CO., K.Mk iHlimd. II. i-iHltlin ii NnvrtMl. lr. CI&rkoa Celebrated lioolt aiii riLitiK (in piain ciociwihh iwu Mup. dcc-H-diy W. (I. HAS KN. H. Cl.KA V i'.I.A N KmTA IHdHH K II Iriift Haves & Cloaveland, v' -IIR.NKI1AI Insurance Ag-enfs Firo, Liifo & Aoeidar.t icstirar.e. KFIt 'K H KM.tnTdN !! I. . H032 1SLAKE. ili.. All Uifuctt frntru'lly Adiuited tnd Paid lid Acrtcv AT Til K I A VKNTORT Business College, TJ'MIK K BEr-lJi, ISaPH t-AU'CLATloS. CoMMKiti i ai. Law. 1'HO SOi.HAl-U V. Tver: Wiiiti n. I'KI.KllltA 111 V. DIJNOAH A H AWKS. lnl. tr- Jnn '4 dlv Executor's Notice. En tat e. of Klir.ntM-l Slan.hercer, deeenned. Tho nndcrt-l'ncJ. tniviiikT heen t--d Etee- Olor of t In- Iit-I will Hud lei-tument of KhntH.th Si tnlM-r.'cr. IhIc of the' ronnty of Koek Ir'lnnd, atiile nf Illinois-. 1i-cen"id, lo-rehv ic notice llmt hf will ticar Itefor.- the. county rot-nrt of Kovk llnrul ronnty. Mt the oftiiy of the elerk of taid court, in tlic-city of Itork It-land, at (til ih-iober tcm. on ihe Tldrd Monday ia October next, at which time alt iH-mmu- liavinf rlaim ai;tiii-H B-iid eflntc are not i fled mid reUeiled to (il tend for the pTirpone l havinir Hie aaie-u1j u-ted. All peoon nmciuea m n-a friaie are rvqueMcii mile immediate payniem In the imderVii'm'u. Dated On aid o day or Anguxt. A 1., 1HH.V 6-dLU JOHN AST EH. Executor. yynh FEE UNTIL cured ! TRUNK FACTORY No. 180!) Second Awniie. Miuiufiuturers of nil kinds of links, Travclinir H.irS, Sample Cases. rttPAIrtllNCi DONE. rsEs - JCLLTIS, Now ia thn time lo secuiv b:iip;;iiiis. ' We have marked our Summer (.nods down to ciMst in (irder to clear ourselves liefore Kali (Joods eoniein. TAUIv & Kid. IS. 1704 Second Avenue. Opp. Harper Iiuiso. he IIiich .-.led ley I I r 1 1 t ROOK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! Patent Cast and Wrought Iron Fence! Cheapest Fence in the World for Residence or Cemetery Lots. Made any Height Dosircd. kili.W t llfl.N nnd MACIIINK win k our iimliiplly lul t-tilii-fai l ion nunriinli i'il, M rile for i.riri'rt. I0VKIN(3 DIKIS, Tlo('K Island, 1m,. COOK'S MH.n CD O "- COi 4 tS S I 1 -V O i H ! CO o X 3 I in the tooof the 'wix W an uicliucd cover which io'evciili- the ridn f nun I'lii crin; I tiltticticd to the covert-, on ton find bottom, are Kiriiitt which keep I hem ulwnVH clowed. Vv Hon the tf)i cover cIohch ItflrikcM a" lie 1 1 i.o let yon know tlml your ni.er tiiif come,. It if the llucfi invention of the tiye. Tho A noi'H In ttn-ntrcnt in 'He citv for ther-e bos en. They ire roioplicil tu Ihe Auui'H nuhnc rihert Ut i ver ltnv Jiri . The Acme Ledger iuli. iioli)i-;k. A device for k'ciuiL' nnill ami trmitdctd nc roiintM; the hitcM nmi ln -1 : ti nccofity to every bun incut iii'iii ; mux celled for Mreti-.Hi, hiiitity and convenience. Soincf the adv-ititiitrc- to be life of thin Ledger urn: rlerm-d from the 1. All the nn a fftfc phu'c nmi three -a riling ? connt- re hv lticmt-eh i- in 'on i i n bill form, with one lo S For eollei-tiim f!(.' book nvy tic carried in the -locket. It the Itill in piid il in turn onl ; il uot It ii- ready for the licit lime. 3. Win n ltartic :dl to nay. in :rh time i-i fiv ed at thu hill ih rc:idy to In; rue iptnl. The fji'dL'er it not limited tn 'my i-n-fi:il huni nc-n. hul run be navA to ad van l we iu any rctrii! baxiuci-'-i. Nny bnfiTicnf man who I nn the lonkoiit for pmclicul nmi time "fiviny inv niimi' cmnot af rord t nin !hi wtttiotil a trial, whicn ho.. 'he no rifk. uh the hill- furnished are' nl.me uorin t tic money for tilo (.uiimiui of lull In . ion or i-tiite lUeMjt, County Uiliis For Salr. All ordcrt proniptlv rtlb-d. with l.noii liill lo ad-. ne;lt)v- jot Ail orders for the t.e.lirer. -.c niiotty nt'titt, miwt :id.:r. f .1. Aim1 'ri i k. of I... I till retpleftf fo .1 ft W I'dTTKIt. Ibt k ll.oid. 111. J.M. llt roim. i. M. I.m.-'T.K.v. J. K. LKri.KT . Huford & Loosley Bros. JENKHAI- Insurance Agents. 6V Tne old Plre and Time T: prdetit'( :M fo;niiniiicr (V LOSSES PROMITLY l'AII. -talpf low a an H'-lihl. Vinr lKtrtniifi- i CViMDce In Areo H'o ' . i.v fan afford TlfflFNFSS: CA OSES "'! CURE, byone ,, w.-.- ft- -'f tciiiy-t-ij;hl I lvvur' IrcHldl tV Ilio-t if tto- m'ted fHiceialifiH Uof the day With liu Itcnetii. n tt fitttutrli in" bv tiii me hhhw-h; a plain, finish- and muceai-f ul 2titli au, New York City. aenl-t4-ilm t.