Newspaper Page Text
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1885.
JOHN W POTTER. THUtoIAY, OfTOUEH 8. 1M8. Tub Prceport cily council U oppoaed t fckttting rinks, and it baa drafted an ordinance liceii.hig rinks at f 500 per annum, virtmilly excluding any rink nmnager who should desire to m ike at) honest dollar. A Rohton bank wlii:h receives lar'c packa.'H of money from Montreal ha each bill dipped in carbolic acid and dried before using. Bank nobis are ud excel lent medium for spreading contagions riiauapes. A multitude of people count ing bunk hills arc in the habit of wettim; the finger with the lips whilo counting. 6 custom which .should always ho av.titl l Kdwaicu Brain of Salt Lake, convicted of unlawful cohabitation, goes to j.dl for six months and pays a fine of fijmt. H,J feels that he is a grot-sly abused man, ami HU he Atnvo nvnv hU firnt wife ber.uiai1 she was old, separated from two others, whot got divorces irom nun, huh u claims a young Danish woman as hu wife, perhaps there is something in it. Thk system of compressed paper rads and railway car wheels is coming into fa vor on the continent. An American coin pany has established in St. Petersburg a large factory devoted to Hps speci il man ufacUiro, authorized by the Russian uiin i.stry of finance. The company is soon to construct a railway lino from the eaphol on the banks of the Neva, to Warsaw. Mit. Ci.kvki.and's remarks to the Maine democrats show that he does not under stand the democratic character. He told them to go home and settle their iju urcK among themselves, evidently thinking that there would be fewer of them when they came again, but, ihe more rkh s the mote cats, and the more the democrat: try to settle their own quarrels the more quarrels will there be. Thk governor of New Yuik stood pretty well iu the community until he was renominated, and then it was discov ered that he aud Boss Tweed were part ners and that dim Fi.sk was iu the habit of using him, whenever he wanted any thing burglarized. All these things are news to most people, but as Ihev are vouched for by the esteemed New Y"rk TiiitfH l buy must be true, of course. A PiltlADKl.-'iiiA republican newt-paper areucH that e (Jovernor Moses ought to 'be udjudged insane, and put out of sight once for all," because of the humiliation and disgrace he brings upon the public. This is puling nonsense. Moses is not insane. The penitentiary, not the asy lum, is the proper place for him, and there he is. The fact that a ra m has held a high public office affords no sum guar antee that he will not lapse into evil ways, aud when he does fall and becomes incor- rtgiblo, like Moses, he merits a severer penalty by reason of the advantages he misused. A TH'iti.iN joker advertised fur cats and kittens slating that ho was couiiuissionad to fill ft largo order for shipment to New Zealand. Ho ottered fifty cents for full grown cats, aud half that sum for kittens. Next day tl'ere was not a cat visible in Dublin, save at the pier at Kingston, where the advertiser directed the grim alkins to be sent. There the cats were abundant enough to stock an empire, and were packed in crates, hampers, band boxes, hags, and everything else that would hold cats. After waiting in vain all day without hearing anything of the edvertiser, the air was Mrewn as pro fusely with rich Celtic oaths as the pier was with cats. C'lkuuymkn, as a ride, it is s;iid , art slow to adopt innovations. This is cxem plilied by tho fact that long sennuns are st'M the rule. Newspaper editors in this country long ago found that shott pithy editorials carried more weight than Uie long, profound essays that were, and are yet, a distinctive feature in certain Lon don journals. If preachers could only un derstand that a fifteen minute sermon, in which the thoughts are tersely put and the lesson made direct and pungent, is much more effective than a highly pol ished rhetorical and oratorical disserta tion of an hour's duration, what a bU.-ss-ing it would be for some long sufTerinr congregations! ' .BETTER TIMES AT HAND The interviews with Chicago business men published Jn the Ilerotd the other day covered a large portion of the mer cantile , field, and almost without ex ception their tenor was hopeful. It is an old saying that when things become as had as they can be any change must be for the better, aud the prevailing ((pin ion seems to be thai business is now in about that situation. During the lust four years of depression stocks have run pretty low, unsound traders have been shaken out, economy on the part of the people has produced its inevitable results of depleted j3 up plies and heavier pocket books, and at present, with a fairly bountiful yield of nearly all agricultural products, the growing confidence ol merchants and others in returning pros perity cannot be said to be without come substantial basis. This element wf confidence, not only on the part of capitalists and hu-.uess men generally but on the part of the peo ple in every walk of life, is of supreme importance. It comes and goes without much reason, and is contagious to a de gree which would be laughable if at times its effect were not so lamentable. One croaker about hard times iu a neigh borhood will produce others, and if bus iness actually Is unsatisfactory for the time being the panic which seizes on peo pie in such emergencies speedily uutkes it a great deal worse. In thousands of in stances men whose incomes during tin,, past four years have been as large us they ever have been the loudest in their com plaints. The fjendd has no intention of being understood as saying that good and bad times so-called are the result simply of popular caprice, but that that element docs enter ., the pn b m t a grcator or less f-xu-ut cai.nut be denied. The people are led like sheep one way and the other, with hundred of thousands of them all the while anaofe to explain by any actual financial c Xcrience of their own why they have joined the laughing or the weeping throng, as the case may be. In this phase of business may be seen a powerful argument against every thing in the nature of governmental subsidies for the creation of artificial prosneMte. It is the hot house pi ,t nt which first yields to Ihe frost, und so in business H is tlie illegitimate, goverment-pampered enterprise which first collapses when even a faint chill is thrown on the financial nix rations of tin people. The more completely all such businesses can hi weeded out of our society the less danger will legitimate industry of every kind be exposed to. The cheerfulness of Chiengo merchants who are proverbially clear headed and enterprising-, is but a reflection of the more hopeful feeling prevailing amony the people of all the vast section of which this city is the commercial, metropolis, It is plain that, while there arc yet croak era abroad, trie preponderating public sentiment is much less despondent than it has been, and this feeling is hound to find expression in more liberal purchases in all Hues of tnide. A dollar is a dollar nowadays, but low pares appear to have found a way of coaxing it out of the pen pie's pockets. On the uimlileucss with which it circulates will dej-ud the course of trade. SPARKS WILL MA KM FU.H FLY. Nome Nlartllns UeciiMiniomliitimta it to I.Mfitl finiut ICiiH vruj-4, Wahiunoton Citv, U t. H i'rotiftbly tar in-Mt (ton Mttionai r.'p i r. wiiioh will bo ma il by any Lnittiu oili ei will be tlmt of lien. i-ptrks, ciinriiUii .ihp rif t'io lan 1 oIUjo. no is now l.usily eiiu-i. fit preparing is. xx, win ma.Kt Boniu -Lrti-(ln; recmiimon.l nlJ'Mis as tu the itt l-r nil romh, ant tl! nlvie tu:itsuit.b ti'Oriht. ii.it oiiv to re cover laiuld wiiirh it in hIIhj.1 tht nearly an tn ruaaa tinvo b-jimo-, I in eicfsn of the amount earnol, but that criminal proeo.it hiH be institute! ujainst noma prom inent piT-oiii in cham where proof of Ir ml ij iuithputaliln, The pulley tf thu Kovorniuont will be to select h-'iiio prominent meu aa exmpl-ia and tu p runt tnoso who tiava merely own hire ! 1 1 do their bid liritf to no (row, Tho recent conviction of an Knli-liuum in Colorado ol tl-'litious land eruna thilo t':a cowboy: who actually in id a th Antrim wjrn not I'll osliod is mi iliu-trutiou of tho ilky of tlio land l'.k--. it. is mi'vi ovilonca hit boon e.lIlf'l wliicli trudu tc miplieiti tvnu'3 pr if.;n:Mib iiuni in Jiliino sotu in ii i'i'u.ar iruii-ncr,i ns If this evi- dO Ico shrill tu -ut i si v, ' rOMlpleto 1 crflll inal Kuits uiul(nb;--(Jty nl! t-u iu-.tiiiitt I. (-)loiui-i'iuinT ,S;irok . itu! Is fiat all l In Hn.l rant ru-iJ- 1 avo iii tdi irri;tilar tuca timn, and run t u nm 1 tit eiirv,i.) linus, u.t'Mi duubtin; on il-Wl', oi tird-u' tu tu urn aa excessive laid rfian;. With the trade mark of Hope, Mishler s Herb bitters confidently appt al.to persons ftulTcring from kidney troubles, liver com plaint, dyspepsia, and bowed disorders. rhev supply tone to Ibcstotnacu rcvigorv ito tlio digestive organs, stiiniiialu I lie secretions, promote a regular action of the bowels, and enable eyery organ of the body to preform its allotted work regu larly and without irregularity. For com plaints of tho female fix they are un equalled by any medicine in the world. In Franco, during the tuimmcr of 1705, nobody ventured out of doors between noon and 4 p. m. unit people cooked their huners by laying the meat on plates in the Nunshine. ADVICE TO M0THKK3. Are vou disturbed at night ami broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so, semi at once and get a bottle or Mrs. Winslow's Soothing tSyrup for children teething. Its value is incalculable. U will relieve the poor little yutt'erer im mediately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about it. It. cures lysentery, diarrhoea, regulates Ihe stom ach and bowel.-, cures wind colic, soft ens the gums, reduces iulhimtuation. and t;ives tone and energy to the whole sys tem. Mrs. Wiuslow's Hoothing Syrup for Children Teething is pleasant to the t'Vde, and is the prescription of one of the oldest and heat female nurses and phy lc.ntns in the United h lutes, and is foi 3 tie by al! druggists throughout the world, rnee a. coum per iioiue. fob-ii ni-w-s m I y The natron saint of whist, lloyle, was horn over two hundred Yearn ngo, and lived to the advanced age of ninety-seven, King in Cavendish square, Loudon, in 0. An End to Bono Scraping. .hdwam bhepuerd. ot Jlarrisburg. Ill-, ays: "Having received so much benefit from Electric. Hitters, 1 feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had ii running sore on my lot; f r eight years; my doctors told me I would have to have Ihe bone scraped or leg amputated. I used, iusteud, three.' bottles of Klectric Hitlers and seven boxes Ibicklcu's Arnica Halve, and my leg is now sound and well." Mcclric Jilt I era aru sold at tlity enisa holllo, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 2oc. per box by Hart?. A: Hahnen. One of the large Knglisb war vessels. the liesistanee, is to bu coated with India rubber to a considerable thickness, to sec how that material will repel projectiles. The blood would run for live vears I was a great sufferer from Catarrh. My nostrils were so sensitive 1 could not bear the least bit of dust; at times so bad the hlood would run, and at n i ii.li t 1 could hardly breathe. After Irving many things without benefit I used Ely's Cream Halm. I am a living witness of its ctllcncv. IVt- er Hrnce, fanner, lllmca. N. Y. Eaty to use, price 50. An uuitaliou to change the name of the Metliodist Episcopal church south is likely to result, it is thought, in n t lioiee of Episcopal Methodist. iionKoi.h'N At in i noscim k Vorv Satisfactory m Proatra:ioa Dr. P. P. (iilmartin, Detroit, Mich., says: "I have lound it very Hattstm-tnry iu its ellccts, notably in the proslralion ultemtant upon alcfiholim." Uenl Italian opera by real Italians has made a decided success in San Eramuseo with the price of admission only 2't ccuts. ''Lives of great men alwavs remind us that wc are nil subject to tlie," says an exchange, hut never couuh yourself away as long as you can raise twcnlytivc cents for a bottle of Lr. Hull's Couirh Syrup. Have tested To'igaliue in neuralgia. It i.s very wldoni that I iivc laudatory notice "r praiM of proprietary medicines, tint rongidine was givvn me perfect MatMfiie- lion. C i OHlrauder, ai. l , Knirbitrv, Ills. J Ir. Stone's ibonuhiul Wab is will curt'our inroni nnu siop jourrtmgti. CoiJtenieul to carry. Try alms. Scents Alltlniif gists. CURRENT EVENTS OF VARIED CHARACTER GLEANED FROM THE NEW9 FIELD. Cclebrfttins an Important ItWar Improve me ut The Street Car fitrlko la Ht. Ioola A Mother Crlma Naw (JltluMe Muve I'olent 1'arasrapha. Pitts ucwi, Oct 8. Tbe cerebration ol the I'peninx to com mere of tbe Davis Is land dam Weduetuiay, marked one of the greatem evonte iu tba biitory of Iitt-.burif. The work in known as tlie French movable dam, and Is similar to that at Port L'An- glaK in the Bpie at Parin. Tba dam when full eroat a harbor six miles in length, with hI least six fett of water throughout tlie yoiir. Elaborate preparation bad been made for anuitable (vlubratioii of the event an.l at 10: (0 oV-lork H'whirtwUrty Uiorntn tte gaily bedfjckwi kteaumn in the boruor to the nntn- bar of tbirty starfol for the dam. The toata wern thr njjo I, no 1 thousands of peo ple were tnrind away unaitn to nnu accortv modntioiH on board. Many took paiaKo on ext'urai ni trtum w ucu foil iwl tba hank- of tiie riVtir for mile -. At tbe Uring ot the aitcnal gil l ut II o'clock the 113 1 Mtnrtd on their trip. Whistle wure blown, LamU playeJ, lutnule gun were tired and for time pan leinoiiintn reigned. On arrival nt th duni the ceriononie were n.'ocfdud with. Tbe boats riled thruugli tlu look, turned about, and returns 1 t tlie citv in the order ot thoir dotatture. Tho jollill cation wound up at nilit with a brilliant tii;lHy of llrrt-worka. About II u'clnck a. in., by the premature uisehnro ct a cana ui, John Kial, rammer for lt.iitory It., had both armi torn from bU shoulder i and w&i futully Injured. Muu Mary Mouiban, standing iwar by, had hoi hip broken by tho (lying ramrod. Tho data baa Uen in cmirse of coutruo tion He ven years ant vtvtl H,0:iU (H)U. Vasuixuton City. ()-t Om, Ploytf Ktn;, chairman or th ) houite committee oii the itnprovjtiipnt of tli3 AlittHis-tippI re:ichod Wuungtoti Wetli; lay. Whi-n asked by n pro's rei'ivi) 'ntitivu what eouxreH was b U) exrcliiil to do for Hi Rttuer ut Wattu'i during tlie rouiin? Rosaiou, he said: "U-ool iioa knows. Thora ( now no money avallultl. We actually naud about. li),(hJ,nu a year. but 1 don't ipiM.Mit Wtt will bt able to get more than f lU.tWil.O J in a great many Mr. K1113 said further of puplt dipping Jeet jti-it fur tho can make, who : "Tlwro are a lot into this sub ropuLatimi tboy havo not the improvement of tbo rlvor at hoart, and 1 don't know what the elfVt will bt, but know what ouht to be done. The subject grows oa rut day by day. Taat rivor ought to be made an otn Ktu from Ht. Uui to the gulf, and the (tn vera 1 1 ion t ought fci bo proud uf tho opportunity t makj it so." The St. I.ihiU Ntrnet Car Strike. St. LoiTTrt, Oct S. Olive street, and Franklin Avenuo Stroot Hilw.iy company' curs were running AVoiluolay morntiiK. and a Tw cftri ware so-n ou tw i othr tine N, trouble h h occurred. Almost the entire M)tie force of the eity wai cotioeatrated ut the voriom hlHl.Im an.l tormiui with iiottdng to do. The uLriber-t are harmonious, deWi'iuineil an 1 Uepful. CUfiirmiii Jitep, of the exociitiV'i board, naid; "Everything is working ntcoly, m ovfruires for pjaeo have yet boon mado by tlw eompaniori, nor do wo usp'jet tliiun yoU" Vohlciesor nil u.i. enpuoin were uciiizod for carry 11 ij purpoapn, und norlom inroads were made into tho revenutM of tlie railway. The eur-t ou all tho liaoj are Using Bent ut a (ast as man can bo obtained to run Mim. The union djpot line wai wall epjippvl ut n ion, tin I the Mound City roii-1 hn. l eigh tecu out ot t weu ty cur runuiu;. Jwolvo can were in hervicj tm the C;m 1 avouue hue, and tovdu bob-tailn und ix plutf.tr m can were running on the WuhinLon nv uiuo r iat Ttio niilwdy managert in eif.ict .ay: "All the roads will bit at work h.fori night with full forties. Mliiil- and IIU llouki All Illicit CmcAUo, OeK S VV. K ICsluile, in tho employ of It 'n)rt VVurren it. Co., eotniuis Gion merch tnU iu the Itoyal lnauritiice building, an 1 ro'Miiirf nt 4.VJ.J WoihIIuwii aventie, Kauwonl, ia bmui initwiu siuce la-st Friday 111 U'uiu . Mr. tOn-luile ia a Cana dian, unmarriol, and 07 years uf ago. Hi- family resile 4 iu Mon treal Hi bis lonn resting from bui 110 during the lttt wemk, and boa frpent much .iif hi time strolling along the luke shore. As In accouata are nil right ant there is no Hsdgmible roanon for hi d.sappearaaeo liis frieu.U far that he has comnnttoil Hiuciiin. Dverwork, it i thought, aud an injury to the skull, reeoivdd some years ago, may po Hibly hav. brought on ins.tnity. Tho plica uro Mearchinj for him. Looking for Work for Cltinene. riTTsunuu, 0.:t 8. Le Wab, an intelli pent Cainaiimu froin Man Praucisco, ai rived hero M 0:1. lay nTtrno.ni and left for the Couuoll.ivulo coke regions Tuesday nlht to negotiate for the thetmiploymeiitot eulnoso moor in inat district, ioe VVau Ik one of a coitnnitte of tix aniunted at a re rent meeting in San Francisco to visit tlie various indu trial canters turou-hoiit the country to Ohtabhsh (;:iino?e colonies. The movement trow uait of the lata Wyoming iiiHS-inci'o. lie 10 nor Is having met with fair u ceo h at Cfueiuimti and other localities viKito l. lie s-uys tho Chines have no inten tion of working f.-r pauper whh, but thinks $1 & day irod p.ty, in which opinion, he hay-, he is indorsed by the manufacturers. Gave Her I'rl.n lt:thy Morphine. Urdana, Oulo, Oct. H. William Mo- ('iiukny, a prominent liquor ibmter, went homo late I iusiay nulit and found hid wife and baby nhno t doad from inorphino adiutni-bu-ed by the liiothor With ttuicidal intent. Aftor taking poison she ni'ray.Hl herself anil t h.i baby (whieh took the pre mium for beauty at the last eounty fair in their btnt clutbos an.l laid down, Witu tho child on hur nrm, the bos band' photograph and a prayer-book nud latter by hor Hide. The physician worked nil niht without avail. The baby diod Wedneu lay morning, and the m .ther will lte. No cause ia knowiL Tho Itonlt 8irlut Itlotnni. Cuktkxnk, Wy. T., tct Si The Kven- ing Iribune publishes the following special from Ureen Itivor: Ihe grand jury, which bus been in sewiun bare since but Kri day, enti re I court Tuesday aftiruooti aud roporLod no bill against tho sixteen rKTsona arm-, tod in conut-edton with the Chinese riot at Hock Spring. It I rumorod that the cae.s will Imj ta. ea to tbe United Htatas court, end tbre is omo talk rf indicting tho Clijiuse fur urson for setting tiro to their house 4. lluutly Tliinj to fluve Around Oramikvu.i.k, (.'an., OjL H. A das tardly attempt wa irado early Wednesday morning t blow up, by lunam of dynaniito, tlio resulctuco of Fulico Magistrate Nonro-t vnd Pr-jvmciftt Coiutablo Anleroo. lijth houpfi wi'ra bally Hr,i .-Unl, but lb' i-nur escapj t u 1 hurt. Tue ratin t m ini'ri appenritotio the couiineueet-.L1 il- tf pro-tP cutiom against vloUun-- o the tt-oii tout p-ranco act by tse tdlL-iaN. No rr!( have ytt Iwion nu In, IocauN I-iirky ltnftl Kstttte "Sio., Wahhijkiton tiTv. O.-t a Tho Ktat ya: Heuator lAinn has ttm rturn-t ljt.. 0-K) fi r the stun man ton uloch hn pur chiil t'tree moaihs a;;.i for $'JU,o.iu up ti very oay b-rni'. Ait-T consulting with n real i-.tat- ngeiit h dot! lotl ituf t an epl tbe offer, as the aont ai urel him tin prout-rty would ba worth at It t tvt.Uot by thueud of bin eenat.niai trni. A GAUD. Tu all who are hulVerin from the error and iiiUircttoiifi of youth, nerv utji weak- oesa. early decay, loan of manhood, &c. I will pend a recipe that will cure yon, FKKK F Oil AIK1 K. Thisruai r. ific.ly w dincovered by a mis6iouury in outb Atm-ricH. r-nd a self addressed euvcdoiw to the liKv. J(mkpu T. Isuan, itutiou D Sew York City. TH NtWS IN BRI&P. ITittson famous pacer Johnson, record i.iWJ has lecotoe lame. In 14 there were &u,000030 pick 1m roi-va im Hiiwi in him country. Frank Jarae, the Hiosourl deparado, baa been employe 1 as a cL'rk iu a Nevada faira. Mr. James T. Ile dy wdl be required to ?ire a bond of $ jj 00d as cub-treasurer at uoicaga Judre Theodore K. Wethronk. nr Ti.nv N. Y., wm found dead in bed Tuesday momiug. The Chicago base ball club mode aure of tne pennant for 1HH" by beating Uie ruihv ieiphia, Tuesday, V to 4. The skull of Douglasi, tbe Ute Indian warohiuf, is ueJ as a paper weight by the uiwiroi ma uienwooti (Colo.) Kcho, Frauk de L-on, n New York boy, Ik a uuman pincusnion, and sticks it) J p,ns and needles In but breast without p-ju to himself. Hurglan eut red tbe oftice of the Du buque (la.) luilding and Ijoan association Tue day luonitUiK and robbed the haf e of J.UOd. During the mnth of Hui'tembor there wero moretbrtu SiW deaths from Kniall-fHis a alontreul. Over too of tho victims were bil Iren. A dl' patch from Vionna statt that the tiebug is lnoreasinx in that city that tho Uoumeliaa o mferuiu-e at Con stun tin opio will be a failure. Mrs. Kva Wut;oii, of Oreeuburg, Ind., want a divone from ber husband bocaune he sealed her ll with oourt-plaKtor In order to stop her talking. There was a mriivl cabinet council held in Lon.iou, Tu wd iy, wuijh, it U Haul, do Med to rec tgui.j tlie union of ttie two Ihilgarius and to MippreiM boyctaMing in Ire bind. In ft fpeech at Chelsea, Tuesday, Sir Charles Pilke ndvie.i tbe cabinet to confer ujxin Ireland tho widest elective -seb-gov-rnmeut compatablo with tiie integrity of the ompire. Oeorgo Thomfitnii, who, a few mouths ao, cut "Lucy Ijuwton, a beuutiiul girl, at Cleveland, with a razir, dUUguriiii; ber for life, wns ftMitenced Tuesday to twenty yuarj in tbe penitentiary. Oourge II. i qua furrondered t tho pollen at Hob oken, N. J., Tuesday, mying tiai ho had killel ltis wife, whom ho bmftd drunk In their liouu iu company with a in in. Dl.sque claimed tb it liii wiis trie I tu kill him, and in a httuts for thu knife with which siie throat-oio i him. ho ncci dentslly cut her tlir.at. I'ne polico found the wmimn lying on tno floor, with her 7- months bubo dubblnig in her blool. Ht. Ixjuh) wituel Tuesday night tlie pagoaut of tho V'edot J'ropiiet, whose tweuly-two Uniits l.oi-etlbitratiiTi:of events in the Arabian Nights. To eaeu float was attach.! eight bors', at the h.'al of ouch walked eight men, masked and hooded, fbo streets were goi geoutly Illuminate 1, an.l he bull iu the chamhjr of couinmrco is said to have Burpa-sed all previous event i of the kind. H. O. Ieonar I, a m.mibar of Mine. Jan- ish's troupe, separated Ht ine time ago from his wife, who wai uga;oi by A. 1 K.' lnHorti play iu the Day mar canpany. VV luj Krlaugert John liael.n and air-. Leonard were in a roai in a l'hila Mphia hotol Tuesday evening, Loonard entered and awnultel ISrlanger with an umbrella. A light followed, during which hrlang.T siiut Leonard, hut thi woun 1 i not thought to l daugerou-. C'lril Service i;efii iu Did It HiLLKBono, HI ., O l 8. Vrofttisnr T. 11. Ci lap, for several years a tuecosf ul and popular scbooi te.u'hor in this county, ban juafi Iteen appointed to $ 1,200 clerkship 111 ne of the department . at H ahiiigtou. lie was a soldier iu the Uuiou army und is a strong Itepublicail. He obtained lits up toiulmout under the civil service rule . cook, the Miscreant. 0,i Iliindiptl Men Hunting Him - llh Wife lnd. Ckxkva, lib., 0L't. H Albert Cook, th murderer of hi, wife, Nellie, and his inother iu-law, Mrs. Hutu, lias not yet been cap Lured. rlin crime, Mluwiug ao closuly upon the heels of the murder of tiie two (ienevn Kbcemjii, bas enrage t tho people, ami then is great exeitc-maitb over it iu this commit nity. If found by tho po o of over I1H1 men who are searching for him Csnk limy be roughly doalt with. There is a strong boliof that tbe murderer escaped to Chi cago, where he would tin t bettor moans of bid :flg. Mish Nellie C.iok, thi socm I victim of her insanely jealous hu band's cruol bullets. died at a lute hour Tuesday afternoon. Hhe left two littlo ions, 8 and 10 years olJ re spectively. HUj was Hi yoars oil. The tuuoral of ber mother will tako piano at Iturlhiflon, where she ha to koih an 1 a d uhter buried. Mrs. Cook willdoubUn lm buried at the same place. Trying tn Inn ore a Fair Vote. ff Cincinnati, O . 8 A commlttca of bXl representative citizens of both pnrtios inal and organ izil TusJay t tako measures p secure ts Cincinnati a fjir election, and in particular to prevent semes similar to tho f mit ctober. lhv pxpoct t rai l lUn,uoo for the purpi. Juilge L.mwoi in, late of the Ohio su prion? beiu-ii, otferod I i wrvicos froe of char ;e for tho pro edition f p r.oiis illBKrtlly ivgistore.l, the imttri'il .'or which, he mid, pbutiful in lilncli in I white on tho regi try r-'!ls. 1) dly moet ugs will bo held by tii i coinniittoo till oiee ;ion. X'oitimittHi-s Appol.ipo.l. I fWANTUNoToN CirV, O t. 8. Trio JVo i- dont Wodueilay ap.ijtioid tlio foil .win; posimastorx: iiioti;n U. 'La a try, at A I gona, Iowa; A. J. htuik.)-.pare, nt KhIiIih r o, Mich. Thtj preHideiit aLo ma in ihe following a intiiient.: Charl A. C-lti.nr, o pnd-n agent at Indmn ioliN bi.l. : Will Urn D. HhnH'or, to be re. civer of publ.t moneys at ICvan.toii, Wy. T. ; and Churle A. Coryell, t.i Im rc'.-eivoi- o( publi.: iu.iiey- at Dol Not to, Colo. Hwllneap but Approves. iloeniSHTKii. N. Y., u-t H.-J. C l'uly. of tins city, haadoclin -d th upp uutuioit n a ino.nber of tho eotmuitieo of lifty Irish Americans, which it la proo 0 1 to on 1 1 Ireland to aid ftiritAll in the p-iriiamontur v c.imjmigiu Ills roasoa for declining 1. not any lack of sympathy witti the tn ivomeui, Ou tho contrary he i wnrmly bt favor vt it, and thinks that the procure of tho 10. n tihltfe on Irish toil during the camiMi.n wuiii.i nave a greater uiUaoue. than any amount of financial a-i tance. Itnchnfort's 8ingii u.iry Nidntlon. Pauis, Oct. 8. The iiiimlier ..f Cuti erve tives elected to the French cliamlwr of dep. uties is plncel at 18't. and it Is tdioved I hi second hallotings will raise the number In ill). The mo in ber ot the cabinet defeated In the elections have resigned. It is ex iectnd a provisfonnl uiiuisLry will be formed. Incluting Clomenraau and Kloynot. HoL tuHors argues that tb itputilicnn d fnat is due to the Tooiuin expedition, and that it it therefore Uico:try to guiltotia Ferry. The Man Whw Tnikod. WAfliiiN(tro?i Citv, tot. 8 Several urcuk ago Jotepb K Uivden, a clerk in tiie pen don 'fik-e, indulged in coarso rollectbrns ui 10a I'riMtiiont Clevaiatu! whin riding in a horie-car. Oaa of Ids au llton was a prominent dbtrict Democrat, who renorte! tho matter t-j Uan, Ulwck. TubmUv Mr. Htiydou wai diimisssd from bii clerkship. Wheat Klllea by 1-roMt. WiNTfintu. Man., Ock 8. A thorough cMivasn of the wheat bAt of Manitoba and Uie northwest territory and the northern tier of the Dakota counties fchows con el 11 flveiy that the cereut in this belt Is injured bey ml repair by the kilting fro Is of Au gust last. . - A Vlra-'UlaH - Rom to Kpaln. Wamiiinutox Citv. Ojl 8. The pre't dnntha nppolull ft-v. Jabes L M. Curv uf Hc'irn hiU, Vm All ilniuiiUu m-11 !. X. .Mi''W,' chiiil WHfcni, Ibu prett iiU'usrlit n$A tliroit h iue.ly. Tltcf air ijonhy IrM. ts oeuii. ' .. i 3 THE TORY KEY NOTE. PREMIER SALISBURY OUTLINES THI CONSERVATIVE POLICY. Turkey To Ho Sustained Fo Ixing as 8h la Any Uie Ireland and the C-olo-nlea lllnotllj lUttle lu Haa dan KlMliee. London, Ock 8. Ijrd Kdtisbnry, ad dreeiiuig a large C us.rvative mooting a' Newport, Isle of Wight, Tuesday, denied that the treaty cf llerlln upset the polic the government has deeided upon with re ffard to the Turkish . empire. Eng laud, he said, would uphold the Ottoman empire wherever it wai positlbl? to guuuiuely au-1 healthily upitol 1 that powrtr. lie asserted that it ha I alway tsien the jtolicy of tbe govern moot under tho regime of the party with which lie wa identitlod t J ho: idj and footer (ilroiij golf HUtiiiniu iiatioimlitie who had an iiupor tnnt boirittx oa ICurojie's future. lteferriu to the chaiiRe! fundltims ir the ftnlkau iMniu-ul'i Jytrd Halidmry k.L that Hu-tsiau influence would certainly lmv ihecko.1 tlm political growth of Ibiuuielin if a union bad txeii elfectel Iwtweon th 0 provin -e an 1 Ihilaria by tho lkrliii coii loreni-o in ls"S. In fofMdiHdowiD the borne iollcy of tf Tories the premier outlined tlie sopo of the Mtlf-ovwrmueut Hch-ono, wuich bis pnr' whs prepared tosubuitt to tlia will uf tin jwnp!e. This hcheme favora amonj oilier lliinKi thu cheupming au jiuplilleatiou of til Malt nuo trail d'er of l in t. Touching on Irish mat tern L rd Hall bury knid that the ttelf iroverumont of Iretant was au opau (pies tion, but it was desirable that that country fhould be given, as far as posnihi, tno samt benellts as wf-re ImsIowu I in other parti ol the Unite 1 Kuidoai. In was iut;Mrative. however, tlmt the iuurity of the empin hhould t-o maintained. His 1 rd-hip believed that a dote union between Knlaml und her colonies, with i view to proving tho real ptronth of tlie nation In Kuropiancunuilti, was onu of the1 most important questions for the considera tion or the future government. ijor l H.didiiiry conclu lo.l by Ktat In j licit tli 3 troverunirtiit were ir receipt of lotnini thowiu thil crim in s'Mier.il in Jndand bad tleTo.iwd lUireotiio Im slid, wa amenable to tin ordinary law which would l9 t.toruly ou for co I. Tuirt-fivo prosecutions tor tin olTene h id already lea bjn'U.i liy (ilUeor of the crow n. DlGMA DEFEATED AGAIN. Tlie Ah.vsMlnlnn liini; )nnt Him b;i- Jmeral l'tti,niu J Ihuis. CAino, Mut. S. Ol!li:ial advices havo beoi rooeivod from Has Alula, tho commander ol tho Abyssinian expo Ittion inarching to the rdi-f of the Utieauero 1 Rarri Kon nt K'is-ahi, is to the tl'ect thai after a sovoro battlo tho Abystiuiuns de featol a lat',o forco of dirvishes uu lei O-ni'in lbgua an 1 that o.DO.I dorvish.'S wen killeil in the i-nctuiuiot. Tins Abvssitiiao p-m-ral i . now rapidly advancing c Kasj aia. Irish 'IttfioiillKlitPi-' (hitraKPK. Hciil.iN. Oct. S. ( i-itniei by tho "moo; lihter" tiirmihout Ireland are now r ponoil niiitiy, nud tiie "no-rent' move ment is growing to alarming pi-fporti in ueh ot tho faruiori ns roiu e I declare openly in favor of the mov. mailt are waited up ai by deputation of the "iiioonli)ihi:cr.s' and force I to h wear thai they will not pny their rent, i-ievoral farm ers Hero calle t ou Tue day nij;ht by tin "inooulijhtrs," anl WfMu cinn;ellot ly Hire it-" und other iikvuu t svve.n that th would pay no more rent. Ilnhtoilittut n the tTiH-li iiiutlloo. London, (let. 8 The Times publi lies tl interview it. Paris correspuiideut iia I will I'riuco llubuloiii;, the derni'in uiub.is.ndot to PiHiii e, ro-spectiiig thu roi-eatt'lectio.i foi inemtors of t ho chamber ut depul io 1'rini'o ittiheulohe ai.i : In my opinion tnt only pw ible wiiy, tm ler the circuiust an cos, to form a st-thia t;overnineut is by n uaioi of the ( wo tt 'pubiic:in sections of the c hum tier, as 1 am afraid tb ttidi.-nl Lft minor lty Will not. defer to the de-;U't of tlie Mod erote Ijoftmajoriiy rigar.lin,; f;ivernuienla nieasui-o. fcot ftliich 13ney fr Klttplions. Dl'Bl.lv, OcL 8. Tho fund lor tho relie' of James Ft-ph ns tho 'X-'.io:nl center o! the Fenian hrotherhoo.1, h;n reirl-od nnl l,ii'J0 ioufids St rlinR. Uno tmitilnuss of tin (tun thus far raii-ed and tho hIoiv inntiti i in which contribution, nro coinin; iu ha greatly diiajipointed the promoters of (lit tuuil, eMscilly Air. Widuud Ihivitt., tin liish oitiilor, n he has been im tiring in hi eil'urts to ituineot tho Tu.iJ. l-:tfiittm f Territory or Fiuht. liui.iil'.Aiin, O t. ti. K m ; Milan, in f i-pHi'ch delivered in u-m h k ni.isciima ibtclire.thnt h tr. felly d"brniiu ad tt tl.;l.t. u il s Hm-vih's iL'npinis f--r aa ettnn sion 4i her boti'idariet over au area c .a to tliut n. ipiir '.1 liy Ihitnria iu its unioi wilh caitu'n U mm -bi wi'o crasdel. TfO'ipi mo U'lnj; r-lhuk.! nnl rip;ifpei a rnpi'llv ai prtB ihio. Tkere is imi'-h popuho eKtifomeiit. V. i I'. 1. Annual llejmrl. I'llirAOi), Oct. 8 The niinii .1 m-'etiti ol I lie stockholders of the Um.itfo tS: ICasten Illinois road wm lull at 1-Jt J tear horn hi rent Tuesday. Out iv ;j.i,Uiid fr.h;iivs of slock L'S.os-i wer. t epi e.-.eott-1. Tii follow in.; ihreetor-' lornii es;nr.-d, wuro r.j-elecied t Mirvo until O.-tobx-. lH: r.t F, W. Ilutdekopor, cf Aleadvide, John U. I'rtUtntn and I N.utou of New York. The dir. -dors in-'t mid ora.nz i t by re-el.-ci in : th-i oh. i 'litem's. N dividend was declared, the -ur plu. having li.'en used iu piolu- .n now ispiipmeut. Tho rerrt for tiio year end in;, Juueo), lS:i5. shows that the gro.s Harnbi;;-ut-iM $t,tit)0, 14'2; oywratinjt cxpi?n-..s, tnso mi l ronK l,4li, Its I ; s urplus H'-l-'reiiit earnings show an iucro.i o over lasi year tit' $ 'i'lie report a id that dining the year tht con lithui of tlm property ba beer ste-idiiy im proved. On tho ItHh oi Jutv, lsS'j, the now std bridge over tht Ohio river at H Midersoa was opened for t rn (lie, uiwins to tliis company, with ib conii.'ctiitns an unbroken rad liii) fron CtiiinK, t all p ints iu tho houtii. As thi line is the mou direct nj.d shortest, a lai'K puss!n;.'r and fridht.budiues inij' be ei pi' ci od. l'oiililiuu: a New Southern Ho:id. i'.VANKVii t-k, hid., O. b 8. The Ohio Valley U n trend company will break ground nt 11 end prion, Ky., ui once for the new rad from that point to Jackson, Tenu. A laru foree ut men and Wants are ou hanit The euiua-, riiil-t, an t rolling t ick havi iilrertdy licen purrhased. The tlr-t forty inihisof toe road is under contract to b coi.iplet4id t'V May 1, IHi. This road b Uuii;; built by a ay ntlicate of Pitt-shurR cap. itli-.ti leai by Cajjt. a. a-Brown. Bnoklen's Arnica Salve I'hc i;rc:ibd nutliral wonder of the world Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruise, cutu, ulcers, salt rhuuin, fever son s, can itrn, pih:a, c-Jiilblaina, corns, tetttsr, chap ped hands, and all akin erupt ion a, guaran teed to euro in every hiHtnjiee, or money refunded. 25 ecnla per box Kor wile by HuitZ S: Kahnse.n A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Dalm both freshens and beautifies. Absolutely Pure. This now.h r ik'Vi'p varifK. A iimrvi'l of purity. "Hvnclli u ml v, Imlfrt. .in- iimr-! cciHioiuii-ii- llian Hi'-i.r.hnnrv kinJn, uml cantiot lu wthl in cu.iM lili.i.i wilh th.- in iltitn.l.- uf lev ttl, nitort wrtyhl ;ihmi m- i-tio plMd- hsvi! ik. Sitlit ihily i mrm. HoiAi. IIaKINiI l owiil.li I'ii., tm; Wull SI., N.-W York, Indigestion Cured. I pnlTiTcd for i:iore 1h:ui 1P. yi'iio with imliuia- Ihiti, c.'iiHi'ly ahle to rrhilu the niiiipU-nl fuoil on my stomucli. The Imniitii; scit-villnii wan ulnuint inloli rulile, :iinl ii ly wliolc hystria was (lentiji-ij I vvun w.iki-fnl :oul i-eiihl u.it clrcp, nnd reuse .iicntiy more nt lenf tu rvous nil the time. 1 de rlim-il in ll'-dh. itmt toitf'-reil nil the tHu.-il l. prose 'on til h-iv Lint ii j 'oil I his Irtiilile iliseiife. Inn Wont, I wai mic'i ah!e. At hid, biilliu; Ut Ihul re licf in atiyitoiiL' t'l-i-, I t'ortiiiifiici d ho id-l of MiflV Sjivc hie . I tn-j'.iii lo iiiijiinvf nl oifi, Thr iiit'iiii-iiic lout-1 up l!n- riif ifh, flri'ii!ilheiieil tin ililjeHlivi' orir:ni. uti.t .-o i nil lhat hiirnin; rens oil, nn.i I reuhl retain looil without tlifliciill y. Now my hi-uh Ii ii fjimd , Hint i-mi cat Hnythiuix in (In- t-ha.i' of fi ..nt, jiiitl ilii;l it it limit the iii'liU-l illlllriiHy. I iiioct ( hi-i tfiiUy hrnr tlite li'tin.oiiy, Id'i-rtiiT iht re are hiiiiiii'i ile fiitTt-ririp uf I waft, ami nut sure Ihey cm ho iis read ilj lioulod. Tiike Ihe pii-Kcriheil ito-e ji It r eating, in te5id i if l.i fore .1 A M 1! S jd ANN, Nn. 1 & I vy P t . Athinca, C.-i., May p), IsHTi. Free from Malaria. In He-full of !-r. I Hie laki ii wilh n ruM- of inula rial Ii . i v hit li (for-t I :i I rtl mr h hoiiy Hliii iiiinit. I wan il rtu yi'il uf it the ohl fa-hioii wilh nu n ii ry mid ollu r iiiiiu ral nii.'.lnn i.iil wilh no hmi roMi 1 1 . My h nlt!i wti i-halli n-d and in; y i tieiiiy i-imr, My h-j." and fool wouM fv 1. and I luid'wlial i'MT)Nim,v llunj.ht uandmp-iy. TIioko h utptoiiiD ahu tiiod iiio, anil I war: iviuly to lrrap ni miv rt no dv f ii'MM lod A f.ioiul t dvii-od tne to try S. ittV'spro li,-. 1 ioi inod throe hultlof and roaiiiiciii'i'd il- 110. 'I ho t-w H n;r smui niilo(l. I havr hiki n lite time hutUt-s, which havo 111 uie a p rfi ol rare, and I foi I like a now man to day '1 In to 01 wa a nioto morlturhnui nieihoiiio olfi-ro.t lo Mitlosin iitiiiuoiily. It Ino) wi-inii;lit wimdi-rn for 1110. W'11,1 im .Ionls. Leoflmry, boo Co y, Ja.( Maich 11, Hiiro anil ot Iho cniiiino, and noml for Tn-a line on blood and Skin Hicea.'- froe. For i-ato hy all ilnid--' TIII! hWlTT SPEi'IKIC to., )lrauor3, Atlanta, 1'7 V. '."d St.. N. Y. Tho formula ly which llishlcr's Herb ' Bitters is cuwpouutit',! is over two hun dred yrurs vhtt ami vf German origin. The entire range of proprietary medicines cannot pnhlme a preparation that en joys so high a reputation in the community where it is made as It is the best rcmnly for Kidney end Lirtr Complaints, Jtyspeptiitt, Cramp in ti e Sttmitti'h lntliaes-t-on, Matfiviii lU rioiliral Com pltiints, etc. As a lifootl Jurijicr9 it ws iqtta!. it tones the si; at em, s'revtiDu-iin invigorating and giving nnv hfe. Thr Inlj Tii.Tt- Itnypfi, or T sTicnwtf-r fft , Tn., fin alilo jnt-iKt ati.l mi hniioli'ri rili7rii. enoe wrelo; ' Mifrhk-r'ri liorti jtitUTH in v. rj widoly bnewii, and l.aH fn;iiir'.l a trront ropiiliiliun fur niodi (3i 1 in ! iiud oiir.ni ve iM-eiiTlim 1 Imvonwd litj'Mlf fttnl in 1 tioiiily Hi'Vcral ln-ttloM, mid 1 am Wilis fit J Moil Iho ii nit:itinn in nut miiin rito.l." MIWIIMiJU IllilRB EITTErtS CO.. C25 C'onimerco fit., Philadelphia. Piirfcer'aVkasantWorra Syrup NcvorFaila A nADiCALCUHE FO::t.-oJ i;i.lulir..iio,.-r TT7,ll'70i"1 'n ' ''I"-'1 wftrlr. AvniJ --Sl,r-r .vtiu'io ii;!).iHli.n tit pm:u- Dwfjo W?at'n'wE.ici....toniVri r.k. Vtcw (1 t .....v. ) .HJm.c.in,!! 1. f.rii iiiiMi!nu - 2JE7A. figM HMti:i:!'V.liiitiiA-. InVcinr HHSI.' Vfri'.fe'igYfcS TrwofsOTrAtnCK-ta.J " J''l';,'!',"iT'o" VrAnsavunririwflri-. ' t-: nt r,-'firdi. ai Vrinrl- 1. l:.v ill-.. ia i. rRftwh t.'iI.Kr.tins rlvMuU .10 Blonth, - CfH 'L4i;;t;,,.l,i..nll...n.iT.f!i(lifPr ilnntliii. . o.rnM.r-ili.iulrH,;i'.il-nui5t...(fi VhrC8UoQtas,V.O0Jl.tr.i:::;.'ir:iJ -inal Viui: HARRIS REErtETDV CO.VKTQCnraism aO0H N, Tenth Cfe., GT. LUUIil. 3KO. DEI QTUREU I'C.xatJJJt; ! Wot a Tinas, W M r AiK fort. Ti1.11. ft. 0- Atir-lio.no". Will CUVOJ I.H.Kll'i UlAll. iinbo-iiwiv GOLD MEDAL 1 PAKI8, 187 BAKER'S Breakfast Cocoa. 11 .Mn...i nhnnlutetu pure Coton, from Uk h the esc m of Oil hii i leeo rerooved. Il baa (Arc times the $trnflth cf Cocoa mixed wltti ULarcn, Arrtrwrooi w ouui, and to therefore far more eounoml cal, totting Um than on cent a cup. U h doticiuus. Dourteblng, BtrcnKtheDbifiT, enally dieted, and 1 wvll w for fcrOQ lu bealtb. Sld ky Oreccni fTerywtre. W. BAKER & CO., Dorciester, Mass. ft . ii.' UA) K" II. C. CI.EAVKLAN Katablisiikd nua. Haves &Cleaveland, J OKNEKAI- Insurance Agents Fire. Life & Aocidont Insurance, OXKIOK Bbwgmtom Buock. BOCK ISLAND, ILL. All LoM Promptly Adln.tod od J'ld Ihlt Agrocv. OLDEEyfTJMES mum ROCK ISLAND J. W. VVIKTEL, Prop'tr. X tisT" E H. COLLINS, - Wcll's Fire and Water t'frliupairhi' and 1'nhitintf of Old Sliint,!' lUmt Hosulomo cur. rth Ave ail fi-tl -1 11 PARK & omt; tuij im'u iii. N E "W Ctifl tiPUlI (0( !!?(!( 5 IvKKK HUUII . V Q it it o o (i t! k it n v V U K It O (I (J U K K H V Y fi H K O 1) (j K K K V V O ItHltll O (! KK UHttlt VY (1 OU It K () (1 It 10 K It V (1 II K K O O t () K K U V 11 H K K M I) II UK K K V i;ihi l It OOt IHICU KKKK i( li Y Oltoift Diaiuls of Minnesoci ami Winter Wln:it Klutir, Gout Dniry uml Crfniin-rj Htittur, Cutton Mops, Minn., Put iI.hjh, WHnhh s, &e , ul Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. j. rr.M3ixo"JN; MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dcalet in Mens' 1- ihe Woolens, sr,.aiy 1706 Second avenue. Miinufiifluror and Ii ;ili-r in u pi i o lsterp:d f u rn it u r k, MATIIASKHS AND PIOmitK l-'llAMKS. Ao TVuliT iii Mirrors, (NirnJsh PoIcm, ('urtnin Fixltiri's, M.inlilins, Ktc , tMVn i m Litti-r thun the lowest. Trfnmn's lJUtt-li, opi. ('nmmtM'ri.tl Hotel. LAND AND LOAN OP KICK MliDILL & WHITKIJIiAP, I'OST OI'TICK I'.I.ilCK, ...... . lidOK C.I.AN1) III. Lund tar hiiIu nn Six In Tkk.vi v Yi-nrs lime. I 'WSftO. 00000 'I'O I.C.N In tiinoill.l In ell it 1. li l';;illl inovriiy, li'4 In 1 (ur (.lit, II. ill U ilw JACOB IULEY, D.11I1 r and ItnpiirtLT in Marble and Granite Monuments. tSrci:il Pi'sins ftirnislu'il en ipiliciitinn. ( V.rri'HjiunilrruT snliriti 'l. Works and Ollice on K:mt 1 7th !St., 0.xifilu P. ().. Rock Island, 111. HARD Best (Jnality EgK and (irate, Uanjie, Nut', and No. 4, - All tlie lJcsl (Jtialit)-, l'.'.tln I :ntn' 1. 11 nil Milt li- li M- ll'iin n Ii II. n liM,;-iilf 23. &TJZ,lSZJEl'lTJEX3iSJ2D, DuhIit tn All kitiil! of SCHOOL BOOKS, Stationery, Confectionery, Choice Cigars, Toys, Klc, On Kimiili Av.'iiui! liiitwT.m TvicnUi'lli uml T inl y-lir.si Km., HflCIC ISLAND. THE nWOLI,' M. MAGKUM, rroprictor, Sui-oNi Avenue, - Opp. Harper House. t if Tht -'Tivot i" has l:i!ctv t--n trtifoi nn l intn 11 l';tl:irr tijunliii!.' hi every report tin fine futiHiiirtin I'liirnwo ntnl Mirp.tiii" nn t luiits m (In- ihrcnc iiv A uinltr or Hin- iirittni1 hy ni iihiiii iy tor ki--piiiii liu- tiirciKil in tm.- of l hi' h-fiiiiiitr fi ntiin'f of tin- l:tt r. Tin- l.npttil hffrt-'hmt'nlf iltpi'iixt'il at tiii: t.thlN?iiiifiit if in kt.''pinM"'itli lit it:mi.I inimvi mt'llt . An ek'i-'imt him li ci t vrtl t-vcry nu.rninif. All kniilfi of intlw n lit" inn 7 dOni fi'rvril 011 fliort tiotict1. At the Davenport Business College, f Hook KBKi'INH. RaI'IH ('Al-CCIiATlON. rt)MHKIti-IAI. I'-'.W. I'lloNiifillAl'll V, TVPH WltlTt K, Tr.t.Eo i:riiv. ji.lt it illy THE ti&llU SAV1RBS BASK (Cburli r.'l liy lli. l..iil"lni" ol Illlnoln.) KOI.INK - - II.UNOIS Onrn.',al!y(ri.m!l.M.liSP. M.,oud on Tun (In, iir.il Suturrtuy Isv.-nlnwc tram . u S o'l-'orh. 'a'.crcs t'.lowod oc Dpslti t tie rtt ol 4 i'jr Csat. ir Aaao. Doposits roooivoel In firoounlsol SI nnd Opwarde. H2CUHITT AND AOVANTAOBH. '.'hr iirlvnli lrttKir ly of the TmtccB IP r.-..;'.m .Ihlttiilhi- il.-i.iHI... 'Ibf.idieiTfdn. .ri.hl!.U-l turn ..rn.wiiir miy IU. n:'ir.f. Minors infl nnrrf. Winn--:. ITuLfcCUirt bylrt-Oal Uw. Orrn'SM.:-! W.WHrio..K, Prii-'-lin. :.l.ni Uomi, Vi 1 1'rinWi.iil ; ;. V. Il can v v, . hhIiht Trkirram-tl W. Vf h:l.:K, CM. r tikiniiur 0 W Uii'ilt'll, Ni'.oi. l.'hortvir. II W . OiunliMi, r Omul... . S. Wrlmhl, e. V llnuit.uy. John nii.nl. J. M.'lirlly O. II.PlO'Mfrrt. ifiTtir only rlii(. ''"'il riftv'.nP UMikln Wl ls7.it CininlT nMw Pennyroyal Pills. 4 CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." Tit K OltlOIN!. AKD CtHl'IMt. Put atul h1wvp rflhtl4f. Bi trr of wortiii.kph imif it.oi.-; n'.li--'iist'h" tor l.ADIK. Ankt.iir lirti"v i for l'iitt,HKTLB"f KN.LiaH" anil lko 110 other, or ii-l"i' 4r it(imp-l to n for tartic tilaf? in hnr y return inil. Name i'At'Kit. ni' iifaiB f'ntMirAL o., iCill Mli.ti .Nm-iiv. I'tiihutfliibhi. fa. Trritle fnpi'luil hy (KU. t.HHiWl t o , Y IlOiC Wlf 1ILB, IHH-II-lt, m. Jr.. oct-fi iltlfwly f 1 C II C CC l,p CADBRSaml CUKF, hynne LfU Rl.dwnl.il Ha- ilt-af tw t my i-ivhl I I vii; trcfticil hy ltt of the nnt-l rinIo'trt JJof the ilny Willi 110 Im imllt. Curat hiimttjf n three inonthH, and ftnet- then .hiindrt-ut of oitn-r ly (taine mt ii; a plnin, fimnlc and Mirrt-pi-f nl iM.ait ircatiut-n! ; ail.irffa T. J. I'A;K, 1'J K.sl XUi New York City. nii --lliu TRUNK FACTORY K0. ISO:) Seroml Avi-nuu. Manufacturers of Jill kinds of I II11K.S, Traveling Hags, Sample Cases. REPAIRING DONE.fl L'SKS - - Proof Paint ;uui Wootl a hj-ooi.-illy. , ntnl 2m St., lUK'lv ISLAM 11J ELLK, Now ia tho titn.f ta seemv li.-iiniiins. Wn have marked our Summer Unoily down to coM in ordei to clear ouiselv.s hrfi.ie Fall Oootls come in. 1MUK & KLIdS. 1704 Second Avenue. SSSS TTTVI' ; v. IB K1C 1 1 UK l O li OOO U SOUTHAKI), COAL. - - - er Ion. ... fi.ni) ' Scieeneil and delivered. (nili lf l'.l.i 11 l"l' llnnl mill fnfl Vi""l. 0. C. TUUKSDAI.E, A' ' . Kxiii -" ( '.1 oll'ire. 99 HUNTAN & HAWKS, Prop'tr HOCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! Patent Cast and Wrought Iron Fence! Cheapest Fence in the World for Residence or Cemelery Lots. Made any Height Desired. reAH kind of 1IID.N and MACHINB wor im- nromi-lly anil .a(ftn.lin t'uitntnlfd. UrU,'r0V'NIN(J BROS. Uock Island, III. ,ep-6-dly