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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1885.
JOHN W POTTER. Friday, Octobkh 8, 18S5. WHO WILL GET ITt. The contest over the Edginglon post oclllc lifts Drobablv created more ill-feels in owl assumed greater orporlion than any similar controversy in Rock Ixlmd county. The cuudidates are Mr. II. P. StoiMartl, one of the most prominent ciliA-ns of lue town, and well known throughout the county. His opponent is Mr. W. C. Humphrey, a jounR man -who bus resided in the town for the pint seven years, and made many aoiuain taiuc'S in tho vicinity, where ho has held the position of clerk in one of the Btorcs. lie is said to be upright and honorable and generally respected by those who know him. During Mr. Stod dard's long residence in Edaington ubout 80 years he has made some per eonal enemies, who are now engaged in a determined effort to defeat bim for the postmaslemliip. and while saying naught iigainst his character as a man, they ac ciisc bim of political perfidy, and in fact have carried on a very aggressive move ment against bim. Hut in doing so they (his opponent) have violated political itiijuetUi in forming au alliance with that lasi ally mountebank, the disgraced ex purser of the navy. This is a great point in Mr. Stoddard's favor.and will probably liave the effect of securing him the posi tion he seeks. Although Mr. Neece has given the matter much attention, he has been unable to arrive at a decision, and baa thererote culled a special election (notice of which appears elsewhere) to Motile the question, on Mnturtlity, Oct. t7tli. J3y his call all those who voted the dem ocratic presidential or congressional ticket, in November 1881, will he entitled to a vole. Each side is to chose one judge of election, and they the third, the polls to j lo open from 3 to 0 p. ui. Of course, it makes no difference to the Aitui'H who is appointed postmaster in Edginglon or other towns in the count) , provided that the appointee is a good democrat and is capable of performing the duties in a business-like maimer. Hut we do most emphatically object to others than democrats ulteinpting to control the ap pointments. It Is neither the intention nor policy of the Auaus to participate in tliese controversies, and so fur it has not interfered in the least or favored one postolllce applicant in preference to mi othci. In thiscase, however, it would he a dereliction of duly on our part to remain silent, as the question to be now decided is: "Are democrats or llicir opponents to control the postolllces in this county?" The Aituus is certainly in favor of the former. Old Danforth. who appears to he the leader of the Humphrey party, objects to the question being settled by an election, miying it is a scheme of Stoddard's. The truth is that Mr. Stoddard is not desirous of going into an election contest, and knew nothing about it until be was told in this city that Mr. Neece bad made a call for such election. It was wrong for Messrs. Elliott and Houston lo send in their names lo Mr. Neece as beiug members of the county committee from Buffalo Prairie and Andalusia respectively. Mr. lluesing, chairman of the democratic county central committee issued a call for an election to fill vacancies in these towns, among others, but we are told no action was taken in ithcr liuffalo l'rairie or Andalusia. Neilber were those towns represented at the meeting of the committee held recently in this city, and it was generally understood that the va cancies still existed. They might bo members of their town committee, and misunderstood the situation. Since the election call has heeu made however, we are lold that Danforth states Humphrey will not subiuiltothc election process of solving the dilllculty, and Ins friends . will stay nw.iy from the polls. That would he a very unwise thing lo do, as Mr. Neece is in fluty bound to recommend the candidate hav ing I he greater number of votes cast on the specified day, as reported lo him by the judges of election. As both can didates claim the support of the majority of the democrats of tho town, the result of I he election will be witnessed with considerable interest. Wis are gallant euouyh to confess that a Bet of petticoats, conuubial petticoats, in the White House would improve the present administration to a wonderful degree, observes the Peoiia Journal, "lie who li nth wife and children," said Lord liacon, centuries ngonc, "hath given hostages to fortune." It may not bo ne cessary to give hostages to good govern ment, but it would inure to a general feeling of security. We have no fault to rind with the present administration, and it eanno't be rated as treason to suggest au improvement. We therefore endorse the sentimeuts of a matronly old iaily who called upon President Cleve land the other day. Upon being intro duced to the chief executive she said: "Mr. President, I will call here agaiu in six months, and by that time I waul to see Mrs. Cleveland. Now, don't forget it." The president, smiling, said, "Give me n little more time please. It takes time to make such a selection." "Not one moment more," saiJ the lady, as .-he passed out of the east room; "you have already bad time enough, and for all I know you may have already made a scire lion. There should be a Mrs. Clrvel and iu this Louse, and I shall waut to see her when I call again." Tho incident was much enjoyed by some other ladies who heard the conversation, and Grover gig. gled like a giddy, thoughtless crealure. There was, nevertheless, a world of wis. domin the old lady's suggestion, and one of our teuderest hopes is that when t.be visits flrovcr six months hence she -.-.in have the pleasure of being introduced to Mrs. Cleveland. Singers will be delighted with Dr. X. Stone's Bronchial Wafers. Clear the voice; pleasant to take. Price 2.r cents, lly nil druugists. The Pennsylvania railro ids cmplor 70, ,t'0t men. EM.fT4 Aunor is the lalest footlij'ht favorite lo u'il:.e the lo?t diamond dodge, but she does so on a tort, of subdued scale. The other evening Mies Abbott pafsed through Cincinnati on her way to Cleveland. Having an hour to wait, and chancing to meet some ohl friends be longing to the Clara Morris company, Emma left tho diniug ball, giving her maid instructions to i-emain there ami keep an eye on her baggage, also leaving with her a reticule containing a few extra diamonds. Just as Ihe train was ready to start, the songstress rushed to the din iug room, but found the door locked. It instantly occurred to her mind that the maid had evaporated with the jewels, and it was not until after some considerable fuss that the discovery was made that maid, baggage and all bail been locked up in the dining room by a careless waiter, who supposed it to be empty. An imme diate search for u key was instituted, and, after a delay of some minutes, the maid and the diamonds were liberated. NARROW ESCAPE. K'H'HKSTKK, J II Ui' 1. IKH'J, "Pell Wftrsairo. I wh atlHckttl wi'li the muxt I .it-iit-t: ami ricatl-ly jiiihin n my huck uml K ttt a $9. "Extendi rig to the vn of my tncs nnd to my bruin ! "Which made me delirious! "From uuhy! ! ! ! "It look threw then to hold me on my bet I at times! "The doetors tried in v.tin io relieve me, hut to uo (jiirposc. Morphine and other opintfuf 'Huil no effect I "After two months I was yiveu up lo die I ! ! ! "When my wife heard a ueighhor tell wlmt Hop Hitters hud done for her, kIh; ut once ot nnd gave me some. The Iirst 1om; en wed iny bruin und seemed logo hunting through my system for the jmin. Tlii' m'conil dnuft oitseil in.- h much tli.il I slept iwii lnmrn. tomcHuii I lent ii'U lUmr tor Uvu ill.mtliH. ld rorr 1 imt iifril lK lifllli', I Win well ion! at work uh limit n ttny mini ruuM, for nvtT three week: (ml I wnrlo tt ton Inml f.ir my j-lreiictti. and tiiktiia luml mill. ( t.ik. n with tlte iiio-t luiilf Hinl pniitfiil rlit'iinittllr-iiiHH I linniL'li my Myntcin Iteit ever Kite knmvii . "1 eiiliftt the tltutui-H ii'uiii, mul sifter H-vi-rnl week tlu-v left, tin; a i ripplr on crntehes fr lilt. H til IV Hitlll. J lllt't ilfl'it lul tlllll !!il I ill 11 111 V t'KHC . and he fiiiti ili Uitt' rs hl i itre-I him uml wouhl run-me. I pttoheil at him lml In: w ; mo cunit-r-l I Witri iiitlildil In line litem :i!';lili. In lefc than four wn.-k- I threw :iw:iy tny rrulch et und went lo wotk liiihtly kii'1 kepi on umiic I he hi Item for live Week", nillil I li'i'ime nr wellai lty man living, nntl have heeii ho fot ni yeiirn wince. It has hIso cured my wife, who hud been nick for yeurs; and lifts kept her and my children weil mid lieullhy with froiti two to three bottles peryetiv. There is no need to be sick ut till if these hitlers are used. .1 - .1 . I i i ! K . Iv- Stiu i visor. "Tliat poor invalid wife, Sister. Mother, "Or daughter ! M ! "(,'iin be made the pielun of heal. hi "with a few hollies or Hop Hiilc,-! " Wilt iott Ui tn iu a nji'tr !!!.'" Proaecnto the Swindlers. 1 r when you call for Hop Ililteix (a- fjrtfn flus ter of Hiih on the wlutr Ut!!f the drii-Mut Immtt out any sliilT esilleil (.'.!. Vuruer'n t lerniaii Hop Umcrnor witli other "llup" niiim.', refuse it tuol f-limi ihiit drutjirlwl kh ymi would n viper, uml it lo has taken your inonij for Ihe I-In IT imllrt hi u for t he fraud niui fue tiftn for the iliimiiL.'e' for the h whittle and w o will reward you lilier.illy lor the conviction An admired millinery eol.n- eomhincd this fall is dark green, with plorah or lead color, the hut or honnc being of dark green velvet, the trimmings of plumb bead embroideries anil ornaments, the strings of plomh or leatl eninred ribimn. with pearl picot edges. An End to Bono Srrapini!r. Edward Shepherd, of Hunisbing. 111., says: "Having received so much beiiellt from Electric Hitters, 1 feei it my duly to let suffering humanity know U. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doctors told mo I would have to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used, instead, three hot Lies of Electric Hitters and seven boxes liueklen's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now sound and well.' Electric Hitters ore sld uL lil't.y cents a bottle, and Jitieklen's Arnica Salve ut !'ie. per box by Hurl, k Balnisen. In Kansas tho farmers nru chopping down waluut trees and selling the wood for fuel at 5 a cord. In Ohio a single walnut tree has just brought $HH1, and the purchaser is to cut it down himself. The blood would run -for live years I was a great sufferer from Catarrh. My nostrils were so sensitive I could not bear the least bit of dust; til times so bad the blood would run, and at ni.ht I could hardly breathe. After trying many things without bene lit I used Ely's ('renin Halm. I am a living witness of its elh::icy. I'et er ISruee, farmer, Ilhuca, N. V. E.iy to use, price. 50. Mrs. George Dawson Colemun, of Lebanon. Vn., owues a portrait, painted on arobweb. The colors are beautifully laid on aud simply perfect as to harmony. It is said to have cost $8,000. A CARD. To all who arenutl'ciing from tho errors aud indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, Uws of manhood; Ve., I will send a recipe Hint will cure you, Fit EE OF CM A 1H E. This irreut remedy w h discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self addressed envelope to the Hkv. .Iomki'U T. Inm an. Station 1.) New York City. The romauee of gold hunting is not yet exhaulled. A beautiful gold nugget, woith '235, was found the ulin-r day in Tulc Canon, on Ihe cast side of the Inyo Mountains . Tonguliue has given me tatter sulis faction in the treatment of neuralgic uf fectious than anything else 1 have ever used. m C. H. Shumway, M. D., Monrocvilie, Ohio The Provincial H:mk of Huenos Ayres has a capital of $ :j;t.lMM),thMl. and de posits amounting to '(iT,ooti.ntM). These figures are not equaled by any United States bank. If you have any regard for jour chil dren's health when l hey have a cold, don't yive them unythiug but Little (iiant Couoh Cure. Sold by il .t 'z A H din son. A new technical school has been estab lUUd in Springfield, M.tss. -tlu; (list of its kind in the country, or. indeed, in the world. It is a "School for t,ltii-ti;iit Workers." All druggists sell Dr. X. Stone's Bron chial Wafers, the yreat please ut and stlc Ihront remedy. They are wnrlhv of a trial. cm is. Most of ihe c itneln in the inenngorieft now eonu from ilustrop Cotmiy. Texas, aud are Ihe deeemliints of tlie herd ine ported by the government fT i!-e in iraiiypoTlatiun. Truth is iniohty, and will prevail. Hunt's Remedy cures like magic all tlis ease nf kidneys, liver, uml urinary or gans. An Otegouian has iitventeil a machine that is death to sippm-ls. It is a pair of bellow HMtle to Id iw the futties if buru )ug rags und sulphur into their holes, aud if t-ver ihe sijuirrtd come out they are Uea i when ihey do so. i:n:ri ion ally hot. Fifteen million dollars' worth of fire in london, And More Coining A Kd Tetter CSmA' Kt-itttnn (Ivorllalfu million Dollars fswojit Awny In S.p Franeltteo -Fifeuitia llnrieil. CniCAoo, O -t 9. Tho fallowing dJtpatck W39 rectjive I Tmirlay: Jxm)(jn, Oi:t4 8. Ooof the most disas trous ronflaRtions that has occurre-i in tli it city in a nuoiler of yean broka out at 6. o'closU tbla morutng in tho Char ier liou.ie buiUius, Aldorsgata street, ami i at ill burning, though partially unilfr control, ,1'ho lira spreal witli marviilou ripMlty, and in In s than four hour. nf tor H bml broken out thirteen of the eight-story Uou annpri-ing t4i? property wito dostnive'l. Thj buil'iin. wjro oe cnpitxl by ritom, mo tly fancy goods ant toy emporiums In ono of the build lute 4 de4riyaJ wai locate J a lirj pHufr Iri eatablMjmoat. Another of the buildings wai occufiei a batik, but tliruh the strenuout mt forta of tL-e firaiue.i tha M'rutui'e wad savel from t-otal tK'struetiun. TUo fireman ex kricmol Ki'-"it ' (litUcuhy iu throwiug fttrain'a the upiur storied because of th hiik 'if wut.t pit aura. Many of tliuin had lei trow a ,i-a;''s from death by fulling wait-, ote. It i-i estimated tUat fh- will roach ii,U:t;t,0Ui jkuiuiIj -teriinj. rl'im foutl,j.:raiio:i in pro:lin, and no one t-:iii w ii-r.i it is giMiia to sW't. '!, Cl.iu.rTor li- ii is a hospititl, ehup,! and seh "ii-iinuB in boniiou nwututoiA in Kill by iSir 'l'ljHina. Hutton. of ( 'auipt oa tl?, iu t.kt c ttiniy f Oitnibrf.lgo. it hail oiiKiuully b.en i I'lirthtiinii ne jutitV'ry, which wa fuundud in 1ST I by Kit Walter Mw nay mul this W.hopef Hu.lbury, I) tit on frh di olut l(in if riioiiaitie etabliiu inonts by Ilvnry V'Ifl, it wai made a nltm (if ilrtrni it for Ins notr- ;oid pwvdi.ni'u After uruUrz-iinx ninny ait -rntlon aad pawln-jE into th: ftH."?fiiiiii of varimn disBluuishoJ pni0H tt, was dually pn--coAo.l ' from Ijiini KiiJT Ik t v t;i p'Huidi sterling by lir Th-ti'iia Hurfcoti. v:m eii'toned it with t),o r vemi k of tipwftiit of liwonlTy iiiHimi'ii, brd'I:j' and other estate in vhi'Ioiid parci f Knplaa !. ft. f an ay iuni fur poor l:i'"ttnn, mi odiifini fonal and a rolitfiou ifHtflin ion, und i imUni a a mai lerploco of PpiiottaMt KnIin!i charity. N"Ko of tho p' or brethren wire n.lmitt.t iiniin 4't yoar of nga, an 1 wiy thitsrt who have Ikiou tioiirfkwfA-r- are f-ltfftble. Knell ljoth.-r has a Kepimtn arortinoiik, a i hir of ntr.rti;.l)iMe iViiiu doum.4r.ic4, an ain plu thotice vl;iiti d.t,t, an 1 i nUon-an.-o of Wl p-nnd Ktnri!ru( h rear tor olnth-j aad otor niKf (m '.ii t fmii w.i.'k' holtUay every a-ifuJiin. Tuo ltrthrn mut t hteh elors and mmhri of ihs ehui ch of Kn land. FLAME3 IN TH5 OCCIDENT. Sn FniiiiiUeo sV(trrip it r.He Tiino of ttO.-WMIO!). PA!J T'ltNeiseo, tit;i. 9 The fmniPlle wholia'o stjtioriry nni pr;ist,in o-italdi'-h-ment i: 11 H. tVo.kii A C, on lliikh Hti'cnt, wa Lnru tl to Uia i;r.irtn.l Thtnday ni'jruin.f. F ur men w"t burial in the rums. Tli.- h s-jls sti-imU' l nt, , on building r.u l lo -k. (ottou-M- 1 I'.tiriitul. ronoiiKUKfsiB. N. V., Oct 0. The Frsnkliu I "tile cotton-md!, Ht Wapplnyer'-i I'Uila, owned iy d o if truer ottle, wa hiirnod with w-nteut. Wednes lay nlRttt; If in, f?l:W.(K)J. Tfti. himdrel men al thr-jwn (jut tf employ in-nt, and the mill will probuhly not b. lel.uilt as it had beeu ruuniiij? at a i-jis. HIS INTENTIONS WER GOOD And tho Court l.nt Iliin On Coilill tions. ('KSTft A i.l A lll(., r . t. SH:'venil jenrs ago a (i..-rui.iM inuniwCraMt fl'-i.-d in Madt hon, lil-., Liuvin I II. hu w;io in the old country. A hin w i;i ....e-,oiit f.r her, Lute'ue rtifu el lt come, und in(yil the (ernin's ht.tor-indaw tiiaihs tia voyngo, and when tho lierni! n It at n -a tLnk lib) wile hod refused to com he mariied the flLster-mdrtw- S(.n atterrd the rlrnt wife arrived und tha tferuimi allowed ber to take h.r ju-oper place in hi- homu. The t-'fliotid wtfo niantfeted no ill will and iimtOr woul 1 tmvo gone on swira iniuly bad not t lo niatiburs iuter ferud and enured hi arrjat ou the charge of snntainiii marital rtatloue with- both ui' the aiaters. 'i'iio defond nnt ijw-va a . detailed-aeenunt of his doingn and eon v mend Ui-i court that no oll'eieuj antiluHt, the law wm intouJed, and ho was allowed bin fruxloiit again on promising to keep only one wife. Tha family is now mimoroir. The Suit Went tlio Otlior Way. KieiiMONO, Va., Out. H. - The motion made by Ulind Tom, tins idiotic nefro piaiiist, throuh bis mother, Charity Wianinv for au order requiring Uen. Charles A. JJothuno, Itlind Tom's guardian, to ronder nu account of the earnings of Tom and to nirrnndcr hii ward, was doniod, Thurvlay, by Federal Jul cos lira n I and (ug1ifi without prejudica to plaintiirs ri'tit to renew the aanra. It wan further orderol that tho Injunction heretofore ? 'ranted, retraining Itethune from mnmy ng 1'liinl Toui Ley on d t-ho limlta of the fctutt", bo continued in full force miles por missjon i f oiiit of tho jiide.; of the court be first obtained. It'ock ltlvur CoafnrniiPts Kliiim, tils., Oct. V Tho Hock Klver Uistludist conferniiee npauej T-mr.iay morning in tho iK'sutiful (Irncj church of this city. lil.hop (J. il. Fowler coitducfovl this nY'Voti'jiiul ex.noi -i, r.nd hvl iu the aac ratiK'tital wrv:ro Tiifl ve. 'rotary of the hut cunf.-r.mu.t, VV, 11. Jl ii;!.t. ea!Usd Cthe roll and n. lare pi'ri'ciitpsre o? th mctnbera answonwl 'roHiit. lit v. W. lb, llji-rht wai eleotoj vncrotary, with H. v'. D-imius. J V. Richards aud Oeoro C h a .4 aeit ants Tiio Ktijflnntl I'otalo "rop. riPKiNOKiKr.n, Miws., OeU 0. ExhaustiTo reports Ut The Nw England IbnncKleid from 7i') corrcHpond'Mits inliuale that, the puttito crop of Nw Kniflaud an.l N..w York is fully one-third hdow the average mid a trille smaller t'iMti last year. The atiMKe in b par CHtit. belu w a full average, lhin havfi not boon hp destructive as usual, but tho "scab'' is evory year becomin iitoroand more provalout. Tho Amrrlcao Hag at Home. Cincinnati, Oct. tf. Tho Cincinnati Trice Cu! r-nt -tates that the numler of Iiok han.il mI hy we tern a kir last week is Iltt, .ha liiu.l, anin t 10.r UOJ for Urn cor reo:idiu time la-t year. The in Lai to diito fr..m Ma.:li 1 U 4,30,'W, against 8,4),oou a year uga Use Ir lull Ktiuitaliti. Pt-nt,m, iKt it Tho NfittouulistB have mn.b' nrraiii-uiiHiiti to conb-.t every Irish parii:.iu))tKiy oxcpt twelva Imidctits of the civil war are si ill re fiounlcd by pitrticiptinta in Unit tumble ooiitlktHiid hy ihcir (h'Hccddants. Mr. Willi im Lambi rl, flrnt ussUlunt ehtfim-cr, U. w.ih Hcvcrc! y wounded in thr at tliu cu pi urc of New OrlrntiH. The wound hejikd linally, only lo he followed by wore which broke nut on tho anklet and dcticil the fckil! of Hitr; ons. Misliler'B llcih liiltcru I'uri'd the disorder. Asa blond ptiriticr nnd remedy for all diwaw'S nriiiio from fin impure ?tule of the blood, I li i pirpratton in without a rival. Moro Ibati 'J.(KH) kindrt of tumblers are known b the trade. Therein n threat variety in beer la-wta, the KnialleMl Iwino those nn Coney Ibtviu!. and holdiL one third of an ordinary glaad. In the bright autumual days the tcnip tution to comfnrlfthlu exposure yiuhU its iruu in a most M-rnici.us eonh and ir ritntion (f the thront. Dr. Bulk's Cornell Syrup slands uurivaled as a remedy for throat and lung diseases. Twenty ffve cents bottle. STRIKERS GROW UNRULY. New Blen ea Ht. LnMla fltrMt tkn Rahki St. Loms, Oct W. Very nnaxpaotedry, Muite an unruly dbpocition wa manifested among some of the strikers Wed need ay afternoon, and in several cases vlolenos ww used again. toe new men running c-ir. This spirit cropped out chiefly on tho Cass avenue roau, aad Are driv ers were dragged from the cars and roughly handled. Several strikers were arrested. A dUpositioa to Interfere with the runnin ; of the oar was also manifetred on the Wash ington avenue line, the president of which, as a precautionary measure, ordered all the cart) turned tn at dark. The street oar managers mad a supreme effort Thursday morning, and in conse quence there were a few more oars on the embargoed lines early, but at noon the nomber was decreasing, some of the lines being totally abandoned. The patronage Is light, considering tha crowded condition of the citj. The strikers claim to be in bet ter shape than ever, and that over 560 men have been persuaded to deert the oars and join the .striker wllhln tha past twenty four hours. Haee Horse Kcrformanens. Niw Yobc, Uc4 a. BuoktitQit won the RiMt race, ltg milM, at Jerome iiark, Thursday, Frlds second, Royal Arcii third; time X-.oU, ttwo ud race, milo; lamsolr first, Ban dalu secoud, Ftucoai third; time, l-ttJ. Third race, 1 miles Atta Iirst, MaLaiie seeoad, Heartease third; time, 2;iA Fourth race, 1 5 Ui mile.; Pontiao Owt, iramel seooud; time, Kifsu race, I mile; Uotachimie flrt, Windsall sacon I, I'olouia third; time, 1:50. riixtti race. I miles KanpuV I rt. Hm doval wecond, titly tuird; tim., 8:2:ih4- Cincinnati, U. t The ur A raco Thurs day at Ifktouta course, 1 mile, was taken hy McUowling, UilJ bin se.HHid, liaudy Andy third; Mute, 1:4. Heoud race, t mile; lletty H. first; Xallapa second, l-ionie baise third; time, 1:I. Third race, uiilasj Monogram ilr,4t, Knfcciujk LuciaiU, Hlip-Along third; time, 1 :ftS. Fourth race, 1 m.le, Hilver Cloud tlMt, Ktihuimi MtcOH.l, W-i-rftl Bryant third; tiinu. 1:4.W. .Fifth rati, mdes Guy Qnt. Thady twooiid, Hiiaboro inird; time. A Hi'rnioii IWtuirettlo. Halt Lakj city, o.-t U. A general ph tle of two church from fi-eudjnts Taylor and Cannon wi rea4 flfe.lnaiklay in the general Mm-moti cafreace al Xifuii. U assail the fC tiuitndi law aud the courts exeeutiug it; S'1ea Uat the only cour for ftorui-ij to purtuw b lo malutahi tae oaarcls cove nan Is and trutjft iu Oed; dtJtnauoM via Utck HpriuH massacre, and says Mia Motnena have al ways upheld the OtinntlhiMoa. Hi itfere& the course of those whj aaw gone to prison rather than naerlfld proicipH and exhorts the people to be firm in their elf ores to main tain tho church. , I'oUcoruau Andrew Hiulth was fotmi guiby of polygamy Wod iesday and eeuteai-e whs .sLpoueii ten dayx. Kitentlvw nutl ur Timber. Wasuinutux Citv, Ujt. i) Tae land ollL-o ha-, uo liiforitamiou about the extent ut ta- raidn thj Montana Improvement cuiupaiiy am biiiin uiatug on govern meat tlmLur, but they have ln carrying ou operation ou on extensive seal'1. The timber oeU them nubuiug but tho cutting, and tuaj; hare saareii utf (mailer rival timhei thieves hy threatening b proeo.-ube thorn for just wsat they whtj themlves doing, fn this manner they havo denude J htindrodft of acres of vui uable timber for the general market. Hchol Toajheri Htrlka fur Their I'ny. V illxauhpjht. 1'., Oct 0. TuBdiy wa the day on which the public scliooi teuchern of Caw townhip, number i u t wen ty - fl v., were to recei v e I heir money for the lant two mouth,:. The toaober iu a body presented their warrant j and ti.e troaurer refuMd to py them. Au mdjtptatiou moating wa held, aud il was agreod that the tuacuers wore to etnud together aud not teaoh ujtil the mouoy was piU. Wednesday muraing wbeu the 'Mcholard aembled tuo doors of the Hchoul huu as were oiosod. Found with Wis Throat Cut. UoouiisTEB. N. Y Oct Alut 0:45 TnuiM.Uy morning John D. Varsbley, a provision dealer, wa lound at his place of business with his threat cut and in a criti cal condition. The tshop door was found locked und the key on the outdde. Parh ley Huy-i when be opened hi tdino two men followed bim inside nnd knocked him down, lie rememberi nothing further. His poukot hook aud a laresum of money was stolan. It mhuspettod that hid assailants were 1 tab inm. An lniiirtaiit Decision. Ht. TAUt., Minn., Oct. 0. In tho ca e of the ISlonx i'ity railway against the audit a of lleunfpin county, which was a suit to prevent tlie taxation id 4tM),0Oi)acra-i of land which the road claimed were given as se curity to stockholder., but which the Btute hel 1 were the property of the stock holder.-1, the hii pre me court has decided adversely to the railroad. The Slot) treat Hnoiirgo. Mo.-miKAi,, Oct U Ala meeting of the civic board oil health Wednesday, the isola tion conn n it tee ivniorte 1 that tue works of relief had rovoaie l l,Ui0 ci tees of .mall-pi x in ? huustt scaLlhu-od throughout the city war is, tli one pihioipiiUy aireoted being ttt. Mary 4 and St. JamtM. ItlK Trantaetlon la Hotel I'reporly. Nkw Yuwt, Oot tt French's hotel, at tha c r:iBi of Chatham and Frankfort Ntroets, was s ild by uucUon Tliuisdny morn inj; tit Mr. William 1 lUiutnei -lev for 40J,uuu. The building will probably be turut) t into office In the French Republic Unerateful? MAHHEU.LEa, Oct. M. Lullier, n de feated candidate for tho chamtKM- of deputies, has written a letter to the Ameri can consul here, requesting a certificate of citizen hip of the United Btates. He nays be is sick of serving bl ungrateful 0' luntry. Local Option Conntllutlonal. LANrtiNo, allch., OcL V. Tlie uprsme court ha-i decided that local optiuii in the Itipior tratlla ts constitutional iu all cities and village throughout tha stale orgeai&Mi under the general incorporation law. rrlrla Vlras Ittarted hy llair-Ur4Hls. Ottawa, Can., Ooa tt It U stated here that there i4 clear evidan co that mnny of tue prairls ftres ocourring tn the nortliwe- are started by bsll breebi in a spirit of revouge againt.it the government. Made an Aatljtainaat Cincinnati, Oct a Louis P. Picks A Cv, retail dealer In autions and fancy foods assigned Thursdaj morning for the bone lit of their credttora. LUbtlitUM, "Isn't that Mrs. Holmeti? ! thought the iloctorfi favo her up. HIih liMika well now." 'Sh id well . After the due tors gave hereaM: upthu tried Ir. IMeren's Favorite Pieneription ami begun la get Iwltei rlht away. I hpanl her any not lp lhat Him hadn't felt an well iu twenty yvnn. tho does her owu Woik und Buys that life .HeeiiH worth li Vint.;, ut last. 'Why,' stiid she, 'I feci as ff 1 had been rai.M :d from tho dead, almost." Thus do thousatiiU alleHt Die tiiHrvelous c Hlcaey of this Ood given remedy for leniale TCeaknea. pro lutrsVM. ulceration, leueorrbo i. morninif wickuehf, aeaknoHS of btoinaeh, tendency to canrvmusdiseriHe. nervtuin prostration, gi-nt ml Ui hiliiy anil kimlrvd nifectioiis. Tim tally-ho in out of favor this fall HO US Mill RVK H'lU rilUM'HttTK Verv lausfaeterf in Prostrattea. Or. T. i. llm-rtln, Ibdroit. Mich.. says: "i nve louiol it very aaiiHiacutryr Uh enects, notut.iy in tue proKirniiom altendant upua alcohulism " i CAPERS THAT CUPID CUTa A Harriaje That Wasn't om the Utile Its Kagllht Yon Know. Atlanta, Ga.. Oct, Mls Li Hie Boss, a beautiful girl of 17, was to have married Jacob Wet boring ton, aged 66, nt 10 o'clock Weinlay morning, at Valdosta. The Aarriago bad been arranged by her par rente. An hour before the time named Mi-s Li i lie tied from home in her bridal dros, and at a neighbor's bouse met Jes Hardee, a former sweet heart. Tney went in a carriage to the ofUoe of a magistrate and wore married. They then returned to tha brlle's house in tlma to meet the guests who had nimble! to see Wotheri 113 ton' marriage, Mr. Wethering ton took the affair quietly, but declined to stay to the feat- Tne girl's parent forgave ber, aud all Is now fcerene. The Gentleman lias a Tot of Mmiej. j t New Yohk, Oyt 9. Ex-Oovoruor Jaiuea E. Enliflh. of Connecticut, 74 yearn of age, was married at hiab mvm Weilnexlriy tn the home of Henry B. Plant, ftSO FifWi hv enue, to Mn Anna It ice Morris, a stately brunette of 8'. lUv. & Parker Morgan, of the Church of Heavenly R.t, -kt-formod the cereuioity. Am aig tho c prssent wsro Mr1. H irnns, of I'tti cafo, a coutin, and Uen. and Ur. Thomas T. E,;kert After the cereuiouy there wtu a four-hour breakfast at ltel m.mico's. Mr. and Mrs. Hulish will live at the Wind .or hotel for a wuile. Ur. Kiulisti is the wealthiest man In New Mnv-oi, and hi-edut'j is rated from jfb,UJtl,joj to IU, uoO.UJj. He is u Democrat iu ilithM, ihe Jridiid of 1're-i lent Cleveland, an I wns mentioned as a candidate for provident iu the rect'iit naLinunl Uaiuocratic cou Volition. levoteI, but Hart to TarL f'H aitanoooa, Tenn., Oct tf. Three weeks ao a younj married pair eame to tbe lilUo city of Cleveland. The u;rooiii( a htimisome by. wa-j but V.i; the bride, a beautiful tittls blonde, oouutol hut IU yenr to her crddit. They wore very devoted and '-oentnd wrapped up lu each other, al though tUwir coining and Uieir ac Lions were mysterious. Hut the bride's mother wa on their trail aud upon her urrival siio took pfttfkewliin of her daughfor. As the six we-'sV bride wai but IS, by the laws of Alabama hho could uot hi inarr e 1 save by conHdnt, watch her moLlier won l.l n it give, ovtia now, end thou-ji a regular lio -es hal lieeu procured an I the ceremony performs 1, thoe facts wint. fur nothing, and th Mm 11 parent took the hreu l-und-buLtei rtcliool-B-iri homtaijain, luaviti( tho boy-hu.baud to inuiini his bei'oavuieut. Hfvgulur, but of lntereaU Livkrm 1KB Falls, Mi., OjL tt. Mi? Marie LUn Wna'iburn , the ynungestdauh tor of Ike Hun. Ji K Vfa.bburuo, of CWi oatjo, was married at tha WaUiburns roil ttence lit Ltveruiore We-ltieiduy tj A. It. Fowler, of Colorado, by the lUv. D. French, of Turia. Chicaol), Oct. 9. Georjse F. &lomu, ths eHanpion bflllar 1 player, wat nmrrleJ We1uelay evening in this cifcy t Mtt Nelly Foley, dauntsr ttt on- Aidurmns Foley. There wore many beautiful pre onto, nnd scores of friends attended the wedding, HER LONG FAST ENDED. Nature Huron iIm After Fifty-Nine Days, nnd Mrs. Itulln I ft llend. t'lYiiACUSK, N. V., Oct. Mr , Vi'ronlea Ihule.. wh i lias been undtrii:oiu; a rein.o k atie fjjjt iu ihU city, dijd Tliurdny morn lujr. Ucr fat bean 011 Aug. 10, titty ulna drtys a go, and since that time ibe has u t takju u m rel of alid food nui has lived entirely upiu witter in wliioh siuall quantlLio of morpliin have Itfueti dilute! When she tirtt declined to pnrfciike of food, she weighed 14) pun Is und as sue lay on a couch Thursday morn ing the born nearly pricked throitgu the skin, which lay in wrinkle. lier eyes were terribly sunken. Many people have visited the woman nnd nil effort of physiciuus aud friends to in duce hr to eat were treles. Hcveini tl.'i'gy m.n have spent hours with h :r m prayer. The woman wai ti widow, a native of Gjruiany, and woll to Jo. Kiuoe tlie death of her husband, eihl years ago iu an insane aiyluni her mind has b.en nlf icted. A post-mortem exaiuiu ution is beitu hell. THE SULTAN 13 RESIGNED. In Fact It Meem as Tbotiti lie llnti To lie -War I'reparatlons. l.osoor, Oct. U From Cou itanibiopl 1 Thursday cuine well-iuitnentlcttted reports that the sultan has tjlegraplied Pr.nci Al exander ttmL ho hnt) accepUtd t!io principle of Huigariim union, Flacnrds to th s cll' i't nro posted t'trouiiout the ILoumdiaii cap it:il. To tho r.-pi'.'HcntjitioiH of tlie f -roiii niuha4-adoi'H at Constiinttiii'ph the iilt-in's .'uiTndtr i.t Ids fiovei'etgn riylil is a enl-uni. Hmviina Oct. . (.rent activity pre vui I In military circlei iti this city. Nuv.iii bat-talhm-j of tbe re-orves havn Hturt-d f r ,-ta-tontcA and mnrn are umler ordtrs to loave for tho same place. Lonijon, OcL . The Hus-hm govern ment Iiiik. or.tVivd nil UuKtim othcurs (c leave Hu!gjiri. MeMinillsts In 4'uicil. SvnAfMTHR, N. V., Oct. in the Cuutral Niiw York confcrjiKM ot the &J. K. ehtiivh mectiuj here Tiiurtay, Hi. hop Rlsrriil, ( Chii-Ho. pivsiding. ti it. siill-i, of' Eiwiirn, w.i-t Holecie.l Mcritary ; C.vlvla L. t'ouu-di. -jf MiiipA'rt, stali-tictl secret iy, and C T. M-s of Woh-ott, treasurer. The u.iuai si-an.Uu; couimittiH were ai pjtntod. Fum chi'sos of candidates for the uiiiii:jfcry were ex inline 1 an 1 will te ordaitif'd on Saturday. Addrewe w.no d live rod by lirotltor Wmith, of Nsi York, on "Missionary Work," and O. C. ltartzil, a sistant secretary of the Fro-jdiuvi's 8 feijly. About ii)0 delogatos are in ntteulanco. Ohio & nUsT4sipn) Itatlwuy. Cincinnati, Oct. 0. Tho annual ni.vetiiifi of tho t.oi kh.l lers or tbo Hhio it lhd nipp: r.-iilr.fa lvas held here TimiUy moiniig. Tha pre-dilcm'- report hhowe.i liuread (vtrnius of tha road tor the your endiiift dune M, (IIH,(K 'JU. Alt tho i ll directors ox; ejit four were re-el oc tod. Tlu new tncu are A. (Jracin Kiu, (i-!ore C Mjigouu. CtiHiie- R Flint and J.uno Hen wick, all of New York. W. I. Pea body wis re elected president Solving an Outrage ttytery. Manviki.ii, Oiiio, Oct. U. - At tho pr.jliiu inary heari:t o; Johu Cromer We Inesd iy at'Uiruoon, the pristmer statd that Jame. Wiuaiis had killed Clara Uonh, the girl who was murdered tiaar here anhort time ago. Hhe was assaulted by unknown por tion and frustrated the designs of ber a-i-saiiants, who, fearing puuishmeut. shot ani kdled her. Cromer and Wmatia are minors. Jalin Kelly Arrives In Mew Vork. Wew York. Oct t Hon. John Kelly returned to the city Wednesday from Clifton Springs, with his wife, who has been summoned home on account of the illness of her uncle, Cardinal McCloskey. Mm. Kelly stated that her busbmid's health had much improved during the last week, ami that the Journey had notiuuuh fatigued Hneklen's Arnica Salve. The greatest inedieal wonder of the world Warranted lo epeedily cure burns, brninc'S, eutn, ulcers, tmlt rhrtim, fever son's, can cers, piles, rhittdainH, rorns, tetter, chap ped hniitlH, and all skin eruptions, guaran teed lo cure In every instanw, or money refunded. 25 cents jht box Far sale by If irtz A. Kahnoeu Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody lias ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty -.n the skin is Magnolia POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thin iHiw.lt r ncTrr varicn. A nisrvel of iiiirity, ftri'ii!;tli tint wti.dcH. im.-iH t-n : men ccoii'iiuic:il Ihtm tlie tirditi'iry kitnU, uiiil minot be noi l hi roiiiii'titin 1 wilti th' mtilliiiii!" f nw t"(, niMrt wi itrlit ilium or plio- piuiu- p. !iTM. Su',i only in tin. If 1. . a 1. IlAKi.i I'iiu uli; t '0. , lni Wall M New Vori. . Indigestion Cured. I PtifTcN'ri for mori' limn five yvar with iodijr? tion, Hciiruly iible to retain the ttimplest fnod on my dtoiHiuh. 'I' I it- hiinilii- Mitt Jiil t.-n Wan ul mo t IntoliM'HbU'. j 04 (I 111 y whole -yvt.'in was doriiiii'i'd. I wits' w.-iktdul a lid ronlil not. Fb'f(t. and roii-i!-.'iiftilty more tr Ior iktvoik all lh' time. I ih olint'il in lb-jib, and -titl.-rctl sill tin ii-unl tJi'iiren" hm al lmnlntit 11 noii this iorriblo disrioe. hi it worn. 1 with iiiiM-rijblu. At lut-t , failing to ilial it lli'f ilumytliiiii; el 1 e.moni'iiri il tint hm' of Swifl S;.'i iiir. 1 bcii.i tu inii'iovo !it unci', 1'!u Uli'diriht' loin- I Up tin' sl.nnin li, ftreiiiillii'lit'il the iliKetJtive oi'nn-, and foo 1 all lliut luirninfr it at oil, uiiill 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ntiiiii rl without ilitlLnlly. Now iny hfali li i oud . ami cau tul .invltfuitf in tlie sli iio (if foi.'t, Mid tfiK' c' it- witlnmt Hit slijtili'sl difflriiliy. 1 ii'.opI fht-fi'fitliy lu-nr thin ti'Ptiiaony, bee Liisr tlli ii an: bmnirt drf hi'lo rini bh I wa-, and I !i:n -ur' (hey v ill bo an n ailily lidded. Tnkti tin- ptesei ilti-d !o.-i- after tdliii. instoaO of 1 1 fun .IAMKK M ANN, No. IT. Ivy SI. Allahi.'a, (Ja., May t.'l, ISKT.. Free from Malaria, v In lit.-lull ..f tsM 1 as lal;i n with i rnw of malarial f vi r wtorh iim-tnOt-il m,' Imtlibody und lllllld. 1 VMis llllK'fU'll ill rtll. ot.t frlliioll Witt) men urv and oilu r niHit-r-i I mitinif. lml with tin .'ixmI r.'siills, My ln-altii was vhiHtt-n-d uml my iieri,'y 1:0111?. My 1i-l-m nnd fi-rt. wotibt I. and I lial what .-wrylioily H1.or.h1 a drop -y. These fyinptiaiin ulainii'd ine. and I war- ready to (.'ir.p at ativ re 111 1 1 1 V Mii'irewli'il. A f. ieinl ;ul i-ril tne to try Ha ill's Spee lie. I pioeined tbr. e hi.lUer and (oiiimeiU'rii il- ine. The fhcIHiil' soon !iilit. allied. 1 have tal.en Mm three h.t!leit whieh hao 111a U a p' rli.et hit, mid I feel lilve a new liltiu lo-dav 'I liei'e neet wa a i'ioi e inei itnnoiib iacdii:iiie otl'creil to mllVilhi.' Iiinnanily. It bai wroayht wunih i for me. U 11-1 is ,Ti.m:h. LeuHhun;, bee Coniiiy. (in , Maruh 11, 1SW.. He wire, and net the (runnine, an fend f.n Tt. a tltte 011 blood ami .'-kin Disease" f'ee. For nab: by all dt ii!.'ists. TUK HW1FT sriCCIFK.' fO , Prawer '!, Atiantat ol. 1&TV.:.(1SI.,N.Y. The formula I'll u hkh Hishkr'a Herb Sillers is ccmpoiJHu.i is o:rr two hun dred yrarg ohl, und of German origin. The entire range of proprietary ncdicines Ciianct prc'lucc a preparation that en j;.ys r.o l-.ijh a reputation i?i the community tehere it is made as It is the Irrt remedy far Kidney i:d i.ieer 1'ni!iits, Hyttpepsia'i I'raiup in the titomarh. Indiges tion, Malaria, I'rriodival I'mii pt'ltHlx, ele. Jtx a Silvod J'trrijter, it hat vn rpiah It tones the syr.lem, slrer.o'.heniug, imiqarativg and gim.0 K-m life. Tlif- Utr Jii'Vr HayM, rf Iinrcrtrr Oo . Vs., an ftbln J";r;it and art hniii-red ntleri. r.nee wmltt: ' aIIhIiIi'i' Hi-rb Hitters i very widely liiiown, unit bin aeiiiirtl a pival; rrpntatieu for ini'ili 'in;il ;uid eurativo ir)w-rtieH. I ImvoiiHed liiywlf iti(i in my family sevi ral jtitll'"s. aiul I au unlii fl. it thai l)ui repH Inl 1011 in u.-t munpi'ited. MIBHIjUH 3-1 Kit B BITTERS CO.. 623 Couinierco lit., I'hilodolphin. Parker's tleaaaut Worm Syrrap Never Failj lWO.V.t''KJ fv.,..r, l J,,.li..rrti A fTAn;CAl Ciwa H-l. r..'iiiiihih:Jni-c,1ir TTEV! .Voir 4 T'o;.,nmo.y.tirK. ,xvovi tvowa a..?.I".3- jri'li'iv I' rm j In at. wtwte. Tnki- ft KDILJ'Vtti:lIII1 O tlHKIWllllU, tJ 1-1 J ti rf,',. wi.li i:.n- fnYoimn nvMlt 41 '-: fral wen. VEAn9Hus.?ff!t.A;f.J.,',,,;..,'-1,."lrt,.l!,l.(.1'r,Iil;;li 'I HOUSA:f C.il.-?. :1 s. t -..v..tf.;,i,:'ci vniAL 8U -I '""of tli.l.... ef,A.vj . uK9r! -f.'f-ci-'.tf.-ifr-i.tfil. fHftltIiP, Tim. Jtton.cs, HARRIS vt zwr. -- co., rs'FoCrexfjn r u PTn?v;?-:?w teg...?,.?"?". pl-Onlwlv BOLD JiEDAL, PA ma, ItriH. BAKER'S Warrnnted atmotutety bm 7ovxt, from wlilch the ixt's of OH hun bon removed. It huu three timtt! the ttretigiS, of Cocoa mixed with fltareb. Arrowroot orHuar, and U therefore far loortj ecunoml- cal, costing leu than one cent a cvp. it ih deltcloua, nourwiiirjff, etrenplhenlaV, cantly digested, aud lidmlrubly adaiUud tor luvoitaa aa well as for persons la bculth. 8U bj (iroffru eTerywhera. f . BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. X. H. M.VVKS. II. f. I'l.K'.VM-AN KsTAIIblsn Kit ISl. Haves&Cleaveland, J -IIBSEH.VIr- Insurance Ag-ents rtr3, Life ft Aecifiect Instuacoe, tKKIl'K !'RXHTO HlMTK. HOCK INLAND, ILL. AU Uftttt Promptly AdjcfteU sua Paid tils AgCDCT. OLDElftTJMES 11 J. B. ZIMMEE, MM MM K.KHK TlItltR CWC ft II A N V M M W K U 8 0 Vil it A A NN M M M M y. It HO H H A A N N N MMMMKRR KKHK O H11IIH A A N N N M MM M K H ltd H H A A A N N N M VM MR R KC (11 II A AN N N U M MKRRRIt K OfOO H 11 A A .V NN Has received his Stock, of FALL AIST33 WTlSrr fill ISU1TINGS,) AND OVERCOATINGB, A larger and finer stock than ever. foh-o-tlly ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY J. W. WIIITELj, lVop'tr, No. KSO!) Swond Avnue. E. H. COLLINS, ROOFER, U8KS Well's h'irc and Water Proof Paint and Wood imiritu: n. I I'liintiuK of Ui s IihijtIl HooIV a siTitilty. Iii'8hlcin:e enr. rlh Av.., und St., KOCK ISLAM iLI. Hil't-d'Jm PAEK & IGlLi?- liF". fifin' nml tf.'i1 n. J". X. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealet in Men;;' Fine Woolens, .,.,, I 706 Second avenue, IF', 3. SOU'-TIBIIRVD, . Miuiufiichiror ami Di'iilt r in U P 1 1 OLS'l E R.ED EURN1 T U R li, MATHVSSKS AND PICTURK FUAMHS. Aho PcaliT ill Mirrors, Cornish PoIch. Curttiin Fixtures, Moiihlui.'s, Klc, tffl 'I'rii ta lowrr than liie lowrst. Trciuan's llluck, opp. ConiiiK-rcinl 1 1 !) . JA.COJJ ltIL.:iCY. Di-ali-r uml Ini'vnrti'T in Marble and Granite Monuments. t3?-rtU'i'ml DrsiniiK furntsliiMl on ai.itticftlion. Corr.'spoiHlfii. t; f.i.liciii 1. - Works and Ollice on Hast 17th St., opposite 1. (.. Rock Island, 111. HARD COAL" He st finality EfrKfind Orale, - - - sf,7.". per ton. H;i nge, Km', and No. 4, - - fi(i " All tlie Ik'sI Cliiality , Screened and dcliveu'tl. i:lrn CiMtiik-' t'll I'll unit k-t- I lifin II If I. C.i-li Inl f l. ftn llmil llllil . I'i W..f..i. (J. ('. TUl'MMiAIiK, K. i.t is-.iir A' 1 . s. i. , i-i. vinti.-f. H3. IBIXIKIIEJSriEniIK!X-,ID, UimiIit in nil kluili. iff SCHOOL BOOKS, stationery, Colifeclioiiery, Choice Cigars, Toys, Ktf., tin l''i)inili Avijiiufi bitw.i-n Twi'iiiii.tli "nil IVtnij-flrst HOCK ISLAND. THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUiM, Propriettir, 8kc:oni Avisnuk, - - Opp. Iliirpcr Ilonso. JY"''!'!!! "rivoiJr' lnif l itt-tj l'-n ti'Hivf'.nnfil intit :i I'lilnrc i-qimlim,' In every n -)'(! the Inn'-y.ilo.ni- ill (:ilieil-.'o 'i"l Mlt ' isr-li)-; auyTluut; in tlie llit rr tvlu-r A liumtn'r of l ;in-- ojn i' iti'.l ly mtntiitiiry f'r ki'r.iHi; tin- iiir ciml in 1 nf tin Icmliii:.' ft'itt uren of I hi- ilin. The I.iqniil liefrt'cdnieiil1 tlil" 11-ed ut IIiIl. i'-t thli-lin'iil in k.-ppiiiir Willi it- 'nm-l iniMn -incut- An (li gniit liini'ti HrrVt'U fvrry nioniiii::. Alt JtiiuiH nf Smulwirln'-i liin-7 iM'nn - fi-rvi'il on tiurl iinljrt'. At the Davenport Business College, Kai-iii Cai-c im-aTion, ('HUM Kltl'l A I- 1 W. I'lloNditKM'!! V, Tvi'K iii'i iN'i, TKl.tUUAI'il Y. THE MOUSE SAVINGS BAKK ICbHrl'T,'!'. l-v lb. I.t-fl.l!ilur. til llll.io!.) MOLINK - - ILLINOIS Opmifl.ilj frf.r.i '. A. M. Iff M l. M..H.ifl or Yiu ,l tir.tl Mnlurdny Kv.-tfiliH Irftm 1 lit s tiY.Nirk. tutom ullo-sci en foponltB t t!ld ri 6! i por Cant. Tir 1ms, '.opwi rocoivod in amounts M fl and Upwards. HKI'UIUTY ANII AI1VANTMISS. Tl'rrivfil. irnrlv fir thf Truli;.-. I. rn.icif 1.1,-lf. tin- fl. Ifi'fl iff 'I'll.' olflrtTfarf itrflillfUftl 'ii. m t-iirl-ffwit-r ''' f'f t in-. n. -y Mll.fir. Riffl nt.rrl.-d w..n.. urot.TI.-il l,y..-f lBl Inl. Orri.'nn:.:- S. W. WmffliKi, Cr.-p'-lo..! :Jn )..!, Vin- 1'r.tf.l.l.snl : e. '. II i-misn.'.v. " a.ltk-t rmVri:- B. W. Wli.tf lf.ck, 1-urtcr fktnm' J W. I.'.l.ili ll, N.-lfffii Chn-K t. II V .eiiiti!c-. C tlTi.nl:-.. A. II. WrSirl.l, IV H.-I.niw -y. .1..I-.T. .I........I. M Cltrlfy (I. ll.Kli..l.!.r.l. I'a-'lli.-fmlyil.'tl'-r.-tl lOvltifp llrkln Kf.f W ATKINS k HIM., Dalt'r In Dry and Green Wood. Will l.atU'nd lo Itntillw!: c.f all .Intl Olllr,. it vnrfl.. r..ll.vr f.r J'.ll. .Ir.'.-I nn M.tltm .vol....- 't'.-I.Tl.Ii- "fl 1W: nrtl-rt. ntnv If -.It til rill.ft .Ur nfl.w-.ltl HI y LTSin U f'NI-V. A I,.--1.. .".- ' fcjUi MUtli AL .'.. fci-I'i rim roe CAU8ES'n.tCUBE, iyone LHriiUww who wn- ilinr nv, itiy-i-int I Ln.. i r..i.-il lv moi-t nf the mitt'il i-in-rinlf ' JJoritie day with n ti-m-ttt. furtrt kitnitf n rhrti-niMi'tii". Hml t-inrc ilii u hniidrftls of otticrx hy funic itih o. 1'lnin. fimitie nl mrn;Bi-ful homt-in 'itim nt : .t.lr T. b. FAB. V Kdt .'titli it., New Vork t'ilj. -.-ijt-2-diin NTI-iMT ITTIT Ol lUtllH (i it I It It 11 oHURIt t li It It AltLU.IX IKMI K No. 1S10 Second Avonue, ltock Island, 111. Manufacturers ,f all Uin.is of Trunks. Sum pic Crises. UT REPAIRING DONE.gJ Now is tho lime to secino li:u;ai it a. We have marked nui' Bmninei' Oikh'h down lo ci st in outer to clear oiiiselvcn before Fall (-toods come hi. PA UK & KiildM. I JO-) Si cond Avcmif. DUNCAN A HAWKS. I'rop'trrt ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! Patent Cast and Wrought Iron Fence! Cheapest Fence in tlie World for Residence or Cemetery Lots. Made auy Height Desired. rfAll kinils' .'f IRON n.tfl MArlllNR wnrll o.tf prfimiilly and wili.fartmn guiirtii.lt-f-d. Write lur .trie.-.. IIOWMNi; I5K0S- IiotK ItiLAND, III. ep-5-dljr V