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UOCli ISLAN U A KG US, SATUK1MV, OCTOBER 10, lBfts.
he JUgnis. JOHN W POTTER. Saturday, October 10, 18S5. A Pknn8Yi,vakia keeps puce wilb Mis aouri in the matter of train robbers and outlawry. Perhaps Colonel Frauk J times' ber'th would Improve if he wouUl nmvc down into the Allegheny mountuius. Oclesb v III." is the wtiy the Slate Jourml alludes to Governor Oglesby The mil Seal press is getting prelly sick of ihuirold RUperaouatcd governor, lie is too oM, und bo fttr bis administration is failure. 1 Yoi'NO woman, go west! Know that to 100,000 males in Montana there arc only 33,075 females, in Arizona hut 83,40- Wyoming but 40,897. in New Me:.ieo 85 383, In Dakota 0',257. in Washington Territory C3.391, in Idaho 49. 403, in Nu vada4S,18,!5. fir. Lous has her Veiled Prophet, Chi r.go her base ball club, and Hock JnIhihI looks fondly forward to seeuriug the sol diers' home, and being the terminus oi the Hennepin canol. Our time is cotnin and when it arrives we w ' whoop em u loud. It has now been dUeovcrcd "mi I et-f tea is not nulritioUH. It is a mere stim ulent of no value for food. The soda fouiilain men and doctors who have he prescribing it will have to switch olT upon something else. Only a rrl time ago ami beef tea was piVKcrihed for every ii'lincn from corns to ihmcbuir. Modern frit no sooner springs a new iciiieily ilnui il kniM ltH au old one in (he hu:td. Tub St. Loiim Ufpnblitttii and iHohr heiwtcml should have credit fur lln-ir elaborate and spieely written accounts o the Veiled Prophet's parade and ball h St. Louis Tuesday night. TheydUpln a spirit of enterprise that cannot fail but be appreciated by their readers. Al though Chicago papers rail at St. Lou: journalists, we doubt if they can excel them when uu occasion of much inngni tnde occurs. Till! cheerful idiot who goes litiiilin and shoots men under tne impression that they are prairie chickens or bnll'ulo is still at largo. One of him killed n inau in Colorado the other day, thinking hi victim waa a bear, and another shot and killed a man in Indian territory hccuusi he thought he was a wild turkey. Tli species of homicide will not niminUh much until somebody mistakes one of these lunatics for a murderer and hang him. In reply to a committee of jltisli-Aiiu-r ican Leaguers Andrew Carnegie, the millionaire iron producer of Pittsburg wrote last week that "resistance to Kuiv Hsh ruh; is a solemn duty" on the part of the Irish, yet, aa a svmpathicr, he would counsel a policy not of separation hu! ol union with the people of-England and Scotland to abolish monarchy and ai isto ctioy and establish a federal republic.. "The end of the British monarchy '' he says, "is fast approaching. Even at. pres ent it U a mere farce. It is no longer a dangerous situation. It is only a silly one, and we can afford to smile for a time at a monarch whose only prerogative is to set the fashions. The vital fact is thai the next few years are to see not only lo cal parliaments for Ireland but lor Scot- hind. Wales and England also." AI Curnegie has had favorable opportunities to feel the public pulse in Great Britain and his predictions may be by no means visionary. A I VICS TO H0THEHS. Arc you disturbed at night and hroken of your rest bv a sick child sutl'eniur and crying with pain of cutting teeth? If :-o, send at once and get a bottle of Mrs, W inshnv's Soothing Symp for children teething. Its value is incalculable Ft will relieve the poor little tstinVrcr im mediately. Depend upon it mothers there is no mistake about it. It, cure! dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the Mom aeh and boweln. cures wind colic, soft ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and gives to lie and energy to the whole sys tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething is pleasant to" the ta.ue. and is the prescription of one of the oldest and bent female nurses and phy sic. urns in the United States, and is foi sale by all druggists throughout the world. Price 25 cents per bottle, feb-34-m-w-s m 1 y An End to Bono Sorapintc. Jul ward Miepherd. ol llamshuri' ill says: "llaviug received so much bciielit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know il. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doctors told me 1 would have to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used, instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes BticLlen's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now sou ml ami well Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a uouie, ami lnickien s Arnica halve at 2.1. per box by Harts tfc Bahnfen. New Lighton Kncnmatism- ! "I had been completely disabled from rheumatism. I used Bather's Tonic for kidney disease, when to my aatonishineni the rheumatism completely disappeared." So writes Mrs. Henry Bom rt, of No. 4o4 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, i. V, Hheu mutism arises trom the failure of ihc kid neys to separate the uric acid from tin blood. The blood would run lor five years I was a great sufferer from Catarrh. My nostrils were so sensitive I could not bear the least hit of dust: at limes so had the blood would run, and at night 1 could hardly breathe. After Irving manv thing without benetit I used Ely's Cream Balm 1 mil a living witness of its etbeaey. Pel er Bruce, farmer, Ithaca, N. Y. E.-tfy to use, price 50. Have used Ton gall nu in ftcinl neuralgia of the heart, and chronic rheu matism; secured relief in each case, and also in one most otmiiimtv case, where other remedies tailed. O. 15. lVttijohtr M. 1 , Indianapolis, Ind. All druggists sell lr. X. Stone's Bron chial Wafers, the great plcasent and safe throat remedy. They are worthy of a iriul. 25 cents. The prison population of Ureal Britian was twice as large in lfall as il is now. Singers will be delighted with lir. X. Stone's Bronchial Wafers. Clear the voice; pleasant to take Price 25 cents. By all druggists. NELLY THE COOK. Old Mr. Brown stood in Lis, private oflice wiiii his back to the fire and his coat tails balanced in either baud.1 Miss Nelly Torrence shI looking at htm timidly irom me depths or me tug armebair. "Ho you are my cousin Adrin'a duugh ter? said he. after a lorn; oausc. "Yes," said Nelly, wondering what was in an i nose mysterious tin boxes, and whether the monster iron safe was full of gold and silver pieces. 'And you want something to doY" "Ves, please," Humph!" said Mr. Brown. Nelly glanced shyly up into his face. "But, she added, with some spirit, "I am not asking for charity. I am workin for bread!" :You mean that you would like to daub canvas, or sew yellow sunflowers on rvvu plush screens," satrieally obser- vtd the old gentleman. "I don't call that work," "1 shall be glad to undertake any sort if work bytueans of which I can make my own living. "Oh!" again interjected Mr. Brown "Can you trunk?" 'Certainly," Nellie answered. "My cook went away this morning haven't engaged any Tne in her place You can come this afternoon ant what you can do for me," Mr. Brown watched lur out of the ollloe with a ouizzical twinkle iu tli corner of his eves. "Sin: won't come," he nid to himself, "Iv'e seen the last of my tine relative." And Nelly Torrance went home to little second floor room, the cheapest that the widow and her daughters could possibly find. Mrs. Adrian Torrance was d res tied in black, a fair, d.dicale piece of human china, who had been like the lilies ol Hie field, in that she tidied not, neither did she spin, and Lucetta, the eldest daugh Lcr was trying, unsuccessfully enou to trim a black crape bonnet by the win dovv. They had come up from the country at Li lectins suggestion, to appeal, in llieir poverty, to Hits rich cousin of the dead father and husband, hut none of them an tir-i pitted an v verv satisfactory result from the experiment. These rich people are always inisi aN'lv," saiil Miss Lucetta. And I've understood, said the gentle little widow, "that ho was not plcaaet when poor dear Adrian married mt; in stead id Miss Uoldbags, the rich pawn brokers daughter. "Well!" cried Mrs. Torrance, eagerly is iNellv entered. "What does he savV" questioned Luc.et ta, dropping Mm fold ol crape which she was vainly endeavoring to fashion mil what the fashion plate called an onion bow." 1 have seen him,'' said Nelly, untying her bonnet-strings, "and I m going to b'ts house in (jrandover park this after noon. "You don't mean," cried Mrs. Ton anciv wilh spasmodic e.aienmg or ncr breath, "lhal bo" is going to adopt you .' Not in the least,- sain wuiiy; "now mamma, darlnm, don i pimp at, concius ions. I went to cousin John. I told him I wanted something to do. He asked me if 1 could cook. I was able to answer yes, i lien ne told me uiai nis cook was one, and asked me u 1 would come to his house this afternoon and take li place." "And your gasped Mrs. durance. "I said ves of course." 'Eleanor!'' cried Lucetta, I am scans lalicd by your conduct! Yea, perfectly icandali.ed. ou will do nothing of tht sort!'' "Certainly not," said Mrs. Torrance developing strong hysterica! symptoms. If vour Cousin Itrowu intends to insult "But he doesn't intend lo insult us," pleaded Ncllv. "He intended the offer iu all good faith, and I accepted it in the same rooil spirit. You surely do not mean to degrade yourself," cried Lucetta, "by turning cookfor ftnv man living. 1 don't fee," uruued Nelly, "that it is any more degrading to cook lor uousin John than it would uti to umimutier sup. pers lor him, or read tne newspapers aloud lo bun of an evening. It was six exactly when Mr. Brown let himselt into bis house witu Ins Jateu-key which always depended from bis watch bain. The gas jet burned soiuy behind the rose-colored shade iu the hall; the lire clicked cheerfully iu the grate in the parlor beyond. "Humph! no muttered, "sne nusu t omo. Thought so. There's no such thing as a practical woman nowadays. At the same moment a light, white aproned little ligure came out of the din n -r room beyond, and rs cine lorrances oice uttered the words: "Dinner is ready, Cousin -John." The man smiled. He. hud a pleasant xnression of the face when lie smiled and Nellie wondered that she had not be fore noticed what a handsome man he was. "Oh," said he, "you aid come, then?. "Oh, I always keep my engagements,' said Ncllv: Mr. Brown patted her on the head as she helped him off with his overcoat, and he decided Lto 4ut up Willi any delieieu ies in the cooHne; but to bis innnit imazemciit there were no deficiencies to overlook. He ate and relished and won dercd by turns. Mv dear," he said, at hist, when tin cloth was removed and the wine and wal nuts brought on, "all is very nice. Ill concede thai vu are u up top uouscuecp r; but of course you ordered all tins from Moneratos reslauranl But of course I. didu I. Cousin Brown," said Nelly, decidedly. "1 cook il. all mvself."- Did you prepare that trout sauce ami broil lhat pigeon? ' Yes. Cousin Krowu. And that gihlit pie - was that yours?" Yes aud tho inblet pie. Pout, look so iminiiishcil. Cousin Brown "she added. uughiucly. ,-I may as well confess that I took a course of cooking lessous last summer; and I like it of ail Brings, espec ially in u household like, this, where one in command the very uest materials. Mr. Brown closed his eyes made a hasty dculation. His life bad been "worried out of him'' to use a mediocre expression bv capricious housekeepers, im flicient cooks and badly trained servants. Mv dear," said he, I should like to have vou come here and live." As cook, Cousin Brown?" No as my adopted daughter and ousekeeper. I need some one to take the Im (if my atiairs. ny .lupneri ne added, as he remembered the giblct pie, I haven't eaten such a dinner m Urn Vears. ut mv mother." hesitated Eleanor, and my sisler Lucetta! ' "i.cl them conic u said iur itrown. So ihe Torrance, family found n com fortable refuse for Ihe fides of their feel, and Nelly's despised accomplishment proved the sword wherewith she opened the world's ovsler. We can, without hesitation, sny thai Dr. Bull's Cough Symp has given ihe best satisfaction. We have guld an im mouse amount of it during ihe psl wm Ut. Wallace, Hilton tfc Co., Druggists, Lock Haven, Pa. DruirgisW average from o to $15 per month from each moderately large family in 'ew Yoiij. FEEDS FIN A XCIEItlNG. FERD. GRANT TELLS HOW IT AF FECTED HIS FATHER'S MONEV, And Also It AatonlNHIiiy CounqiiMrw iu to His Own Hank tttane " Buck ' Grant Intimates That He Hu a Kod In Pickle. New York, Oct. 10. W, A. Purrineton, counsul fur the Grant boy , loarnftd it few days ai that Ferd Ward wtu making state ment regarding tuotr allseed proliU. wroie Col. Urant making inquiry about tlie acta, and received a rupiy, of winch the fouwui are extracts. Dear JSiii; Vour letter akinz about ruuiur tiiut Ward has statud that he paid iniiiBi in oxee s i wuui no nattier) pat in the tirui f Oruut & Want, atut uai-1 ii le 9-350, MH in ficrt3'i what 1 had depo-iutd who or loantM to 111 m itvuril), Uu Immhi re oeivtxt. As to folder' accutint I have only to wty tUt he iut into the firm of (rant x Ward f loo, hot) .if hmown money bad on lion. it tuere f'JJ.OoiJ of my jji other ($10,000 b.iloiiitiiii' to the finil raided in i'hiladelpuia to pay lor the house :t F.tst (Sistv-sixtli ntreet. f i.,tx0 from the nais ol the Long Krftiich ootutirtj bnilt while .it her was prellent, $l'i,0 H from the hale or tlte Anglo- American bank suk'K that mother had owned Home yearx, &wl tWTiiO0 fram nnvingH from her incuine aii-l Hllowmn'oi tli ut. father had givii htr and (15i.O0 lie hail obttinej from Mr. Vanierhilt. Mv father's cxivn 4 we r aUmt$J,tuJ jwr ni uit'i, t.000 of which he alio we-1 toy mot lit-r fr 111111 1 lining then home, .U0 he gave in rhnrity, y.tOii no kept tor Iim own 11 -e, nit gave ni(H4i of this away in p'-e 011U riy iaiin?i incoiii him pro: i is oiiust'in the tirm of Urant A' Ward (alter th. 00i) fun l was raiHetl) wna rtiater than the ainxunt ho iMnt. Fattier made no im inunts while in tho linn niUiuit tlio.n li. with tim lii 111, an 1 Mr. Ward ha 1 churgo of tho Huourilk's, As for oiy elf, tnk from thii lirtn about f le4 ttmn 1 nut. in. VV hat 1 di. take out wa- paid an profit t i those whose money J w.tsii-iiij, exn.int so muh w to-ik to nionort mv fainilv in a 111 l-;t way. I had 57.0.i.t ivhmi I lint" knew Mr. Ward. Now I owe IfiiHJ.OilO throu-h Ua treachorv. 1 have nearly every ;huk I over drew in ny lifu a full history of every Iransaitinn 1 ovlt enwroii into an 1 ir nnyhuv win, has any riirlit to Inuuim mt mv atfaii' want t know about any or till of irr trina'tiotis, my bonks nro fc open 1 him. " I was not a monib of the firm, but I believe 1 eniil 1 hnvrt been dceeiveil just ns my father and brother wore had I been one the partner. Ican truly mi y that I regret that 1 did not occupy the place my fatliet had in this (inn, for I believe hi disease was brought on and bin death .hastened by me Trwnciisry ol thnso men. Very truly your frien I, F f. Grant. IT. H. Grant, Jr., wa snwi Thursday night at his farm near Jnrily' station, 011 the Harlem railway, and nsked for hi opinion a to fern ard a Htatemenr. 11 said: "I have nothing further Hay nbmt this man. I am not nirprisod that tie should nt tj'mpto.1 to besmirch the iiamo of the family he so treacliMr.ui.-ily ruined. I reserve what 1 have to ny until the trial next month. Klmul I 'Ward n ten tie a frlnnv bite it may then be time for 'ine to take m. ire aetivo stops. ' THE VIRGINIA CAMPAIGN Develops the ITual Siiiisiilnary Pha4t of the nioon. L.TWonRtTiio, V11., Oct. la There wnf talk Friday of a due! Iitween Krak K. JJlair, Heputilioan candidate for attornev general, and Mr. A. A. 1 'alegar, n well known Democratic stump speaker. Tho B pn tie men mot each other in joint debate at Appomattox court ho 11x0 limrsday. AI though the spotoho were of the Hrn-ontin order no bat blood appeared to have beoi stirreit up. Alter the. ileuato Hlatr ap proached t'nh'sar, greeted him familiarly and n-knd what ho was doing there. "Ou, leplied riiledar, pleasantly. "I chub hers ti watch you and to s"0 whether honor will buy a I roiikfunt yot." This nettlod Hlvir, who sharply retorted that he had never said us the Demo (Tut declare that "honor would not buy a breakfast" HI air's manner and word s-'emed to affront 1'htofiar, who asBirt3d with emnh'i8i3 that Ulair had made tho re mark at Itlan.l court bourn "It is a lie," exclaimed Ulair, I'hlozar thereupon struck Blair and t-.evoral blowj ware passe 1 !efore trieml eparatod the men. It n said by 1110 e present tuat iilair Btriick j-hlesar Ihe face while the latter1!) arim were being held, nnl that Blair was knocked down for tlii; by another man in the crowd. Still Hunting for Mtirderm- Cook. tiKNicvA. JIK, lA-t 10. Mrs. Albort Cook was alive Friday morning, but Is Bteadily growing weaker. Now pur tie have Ihmmi organoid in all tho to win along tho main lilies of the Northwestern road for f rty mites went of (l.'aovaand also on tho air tine in the vicinity of Amu ton. Thoe partius will at onoe join in the hunt for tho murderer. it is now believed that he is hiding in tha holds and wools.' Fully "00 man are en gage! iu tho search for him. iho man resteil at Asht u Thursday nu the murderer proves to be a stranger who closoly sembied Cook. Tho grand jury is now in B0fl3ion here. Ittnnuii CmIIioIIc P.irNh In Hevolt. Dktkoit, th-t. 10, Tho' Frenc'i CatholL parish of St, Joachims is in a serioui revolt again it Bishop bore.fs. Tno caus i of the mutiny is the removal aonie days ago of father Import u and the Riilntitutmu of rather D.iiielnr. At a met'tine hold ThurMlay night it waa resolved that unless Father Tjaportu wuk reinstated or some other French-Canadian w:is na-ugnod ti the parish, the mnintiorn would refuse to attuil I tho aarvicas. lather Jjopu-to was present and olfjiod to lo.nl the revolt against thu buhip, Plenty ttf Nlckl on llan.l. Washiwoton t'irv, Oct. b. There D a complaint of scarcity of nickels and pjnnuis throughout the country, thi coinage of whtcli was Rtuppod nt tho FhilAdelphia mint several months ngo. There are pl.mty of tltced coins ut the diHeri'iit ub-treafiin?i and the scarcity coinplalnel of if due to th fact that the banks! anl othar larrn distributing agsnciea aro unwillJnj to pay uio expiess charges to move t.iee I'litii from tho sub-treurturitw to points where toy are need oil. A Cane That Wu &mtihat Mlsed. ISllavilue, Oi, Oct. 10,-Charles BJack- nmn, oulordd, who shot Capt Toudee. white, a popular youn buduo- man of this place, because of tho latter'g attention to a pretty colored girl whom Hlarkmnn was tvturting, w.m convictad Thurs lay "f murder, an l aentencpd to be hangel Not. 3. Failures for a Week. Nkw York, Cct. 10. There were 21 failures iu the United KJ.tt and Canada ropnrUkl to It U. Dun & Co., of tlie mer cantile airencv. durihz tho past week. against 110 tha week beitire. and 1V th week pi-evj.HK to tho UsL A CAKD. To all who aresullerinir.frimi the ermrs and wuliscrctionsof youlb, nervous weak nesa, early decay, low of manliood, ifec. l win aend a reel in Unit will cure you, FH KK 1 K CI 1 AUG K. This u'reut rcm.c(ly wm-4 tliseovereil by a mirt&ionary in South Amrrica. 8ml a wlf nibircsscd enviloie to the rtitv . Jiwkpu T. Imman, Stafiott l New nrk Vitx. Hclicatc'iliscasos of cither sex, however induced, sp'eedily ami pcrrrian- erlly cureil. Book of particulart 10 ceut in stninp. AriilrcM, Worlds 1 lisncnsnry Mmliral Aoci.ition. fi'.:l Main Stre , HufTaln, X. Y. ltOUtOIt'S A( IO I HOSI'ilil fc Verv Sauafactory in Prcttration Or. 1. 1 Uilinartin. letroil. Jllnh., says: have ftumd it very satisfactory in its effect?, notably in the proMratinn attendant upon alcoholism " IVuth is mighty anoj Will pn vail, Hunt's Kerned y cures like maic nli dis eases of kidneys, liver, and urinary ur- iraud. OTHER POLITICAL NW3. Lugan at Raltlmor Haoquet i)aL cratle Mrellnc Id Iowa. Baj-TIMork, O.t. 10. A banquet ten dered some time ago to t-feuator logan by the ixigan invincible:, 01 thu city, took plaoo ThuiMday night ut the En Law bouse. It wan .attended by all the loading Repub licans here, aua ww a ontnant aiiau. Senator Logan mad th (.peacb of tho even ing. In speaking of national affairs ha said toat iuu KoverumonE wan p. reouuio omv in name, and would bo until tho people are educated up to a point where every citisn snail nave a voice m tue aoair ot tho tion without let or hindrance, lie declared it tno duty of overy honest man of what ever party to speak aud vote against all who tolerated fraud or violence to deprive an nonast American citizen 01 a irie oa not. rxiucatlon of the illiterate would relieve the country from tho d Horace imw reettnir upon It oecautM ot the brutality ex eroisud anoint tbo rights of Amuricun citi zens in many part of the Union. Tho Ite ljublfcan nart v attempted to enact anoro- priate meaitures for the education of tuos unauie 10 euucaie uiem eiTeB, jut uai tieen (lb tea ted by tho voto of thoee who tried to aetfu-or me aoverninous, auu acuiuiiate tin southern ntatti tho party of state right, rree traao socemoa, ana relentless por.ecu- tioo. lie apoko ol thogry of "bloody t hirt," and t aid it woo raised by Democrats uiHn every critlcKun of thwee Uiat tried Lo dun troy thu UiitMii. Bpeakmjr of .the oimitaf)cn in vir- it-i.i.i. ho said he learned trom utwintin'r tnat th lienioeratic catididato f -r gciVLi'ur ae the saddle and bridle uso 1 by lUdn rt Rljee. Ifbehonll t. cl.-cted douhtl- it winld Iw through the influence of that naddkt and briiil . A treason--taitied scl LI la apjfiarud to le n loading card. Judge Whitlow, of I tit a, n Iho Stt.vnit. OlAULKS City, Iowa, Oct, 1". Jndi?e Wnitiiig, tho JJeinocratio can iidaro for governor, addrussed a targe audieix'e in this city Ihursday night. Hu denounce-i the record of the Itepublican In Iowa o tho Co.HHat ininiug bill and the H weeny bill for com lulling fireitfii c rporationa doing busuieM iu Iowa to become citixcus of tho fctato. Ho alo charged remittor Allison with complicity in the timui City t Pacific rai way tchcinc, by rhich I'i.uim.oiK) wore socurcd to bo divide! niiinng nine iiicn, ouo of whom he cluitned wu S-'itator Allls-.n. Tlu taritf ho chai-nctcr!K''d as a tax on tho poor for tho benefit of the rich, and oswrto 1 that m iny attempts have been niado to re.-trtct - tho railways in ct trtionnte clutrgca whif-h have lneti de foatod by Jt'ipulilicau v -t-is. Upon the fern- perauce que-ition fie Kp.'nknr duclure.l litui 11 in tiivir or tin Nobra-ka law as b'tug the 1110 t fnasilde mil in ut easily en tor cod (Connecticut Town Klpcttn. Uaiiti'ihio. Conn., Oct.. 10 Nearly full aud olHciil ivtturns iront th town mwtius in this state on Mnnd'iy lat tihow that in Iti'ioutnf H17 I.owih, Beventv'-nin are ll-.- puhUcau, tifty-Iiv. democratic au I twenty- eight etpmlly divided. Last your th ntn tid ing was almost exactly the same. VERY PRACTICAL, INDEF.D. And I.ikidy to IMaUc the Supply f Aai-hns Itopiilly lccrca-c. I 'KMiKO, N. M., .t. 10. Keporl.s coining from various part-i of Artziuia, talo that old .ii)!ioors of that territory, tempted by a reward of $;0 f' l' Indian scalps, ollored by sfvoral connlie -, have started 011 a hunt for 'odskin with a view of obtaining their .caln. Ol I hunter keenly enj y this sport- Tney 4tousidcr Um new schome the only practicable pl:m etor put into o. oration for imttin; an end to Apache outrage Ttm $U.l is moiely inoidentul to tha hunt; it pays for the whisky and tnbaco used iu camp. It is be- lievetl several IN aw Mexican cil l aim counties w,ll adopt this- plan of oxti'rmiuat- ing the savage. Ihe recent hgutat (nil Ierp's ranch bus thoroughly iirmiwt wost-rn Now Mtx 00, nd odditutnal troop imsitles tho tqjad from Alhuqu lqun which went U the ranch, are now Imiug held in readinom at Hi Yam. Tcx. The Indians are roaming atiout iu small ban Ui and this enalilos them to commit crimes and e capo or hido mi.cli easier than whan tney wura nil together. A Couple of Wedding 80 11 nations. Lkhanon, Pa., Oct. 10. A wedding senaa- tion is tho talk of tho city. The marringo of Mr. George Dougherty and Miss I-.iy.ain McUord was anuouueed to occur Ihursday. Tho bride, the minister, the guest, and tho banquet were ready at tho proper time, but tho groom was ab-eut, nor could ho be found. Mue McCVud ia overcome with shame and irrli?f. A warrant for D.iuglierty' arrost has been issued, aud detectives hare lieon employed to Itnd him. JlKAOlNO, l'a., Oct 11. -.At'thur W. Ik Iiowu, of this city, has been secretly mnrricd r.n-it Mauch Chunk to Aliss Annie brewHter, of Hauto, l'a. Tho groom is the sou of A. H. Lowii, inanagor of the Kow lor Spring-lted com piny, anl in wedding Mis UriHVster bocanir a Catholic. Tim marringn has caused a Kaus.-ttioii in church an.l social circles. Could 11 lluppy witli lather. Cork. Oct. 10. A deputation of enlMe- iiiAii waited on the On-k Klcnui;hip com pany and Informed ths managers that th 'V would rof 1140 to ship fit Ma by that Hue if tho company enrrie t biiycutto 1 goodi Tlie landlords le;inuii,. of the action of the cattle 11 le 11 hoii t a de pu f tion to the c .i inv and in formal its nlllciats lliey would take action in tho matter or start ait opp sition Hue if tho company rofusod to carrv Isjyciitt.jd cattle. Tho manager t deci b'd to leave th quusttou to a cp.ciai mi.!tiiig of tba shar.i- I lot's which 11 is boon calhvl to consider the difllculty. Tiio cattlemen wered:s:tp pointed .ittiiB action tho managers have :iken and stopp, 1 shmpiiig cattle by the bn.-. Tho .-hnrehoi den will moot M:tt.urd;y. The Ofllclul I.l'"tiiig. Wasiiinoton t'lTir, Oj:. !). The presi dent hit Friday ni'teniMoo undo iUi fot- hiwing iippointnit'iil : Charlos 1. J:tcoli-, ot Kentucky, mmi-Ur I fho Lbiit.nl Hlatis f Col. inbia: Churl. s K. ster, of Indi nvi, Ci:n-ul general nt C:il-. 11 M-o ; II. J. 1 'artel I.', .f astiiiii'ton Citt'. United ISlutes coii.ul nt Husseldo l"; VVuiKun K Hen lor on, of A riot 11 tw, associate justice of the supreme c ui't ni Now Mexico; LV'iniel H. JM nuta, Uliitd Htattt lu.iCidial for Oahota; Thuiiia Mmitii, of Virginia, U litod States alforney for New Mexico; H. W. Young, receiver f public inoneya nt indencndeoiu), Kan.: William It. Bruwithie, regi-dor of hind oillr at Larned, Kan.; John LafuKre, receiver of public money at Dendwood, l. T. LiglitniiiS Time on (I10 Kali - iNOiANAPOhiM, lnd.. Oct.. 10. Tim fa M t run evor made iu America was recorded Tnur ilay on tin lii liinapolh. IXjcatur oi Spriuilielit. Kuhie No. 1. with li'Ceiver Hammond'.- private car nttanhol, c nt'iin ing him and Director Protist, covert? 1 the dis tuuee between MiinU'zniua anl In ban- i apolis, b5 3 miles, in sixty x min : ules. . Tne train ma la one cr .ssitn;- ' stop arnl Blowe l up to eighteen miles pir , hour on n trestle. 1'art of tho timo the rate j of speed attained was equal to seventy-I seven miles per hour. The trip was made I without any special preparations and nc ! previous arrangements were had to secure o ctoar truck. There is a people nf lh far past wli't worship tho sun as their deity. There is somclhing poelic nod picturesque in this, however much tho thought may shork our relioious sensibilities. We "have to licet, however, that these people are without the bench Is of religious instruct ton, ami Know nothing of that civilization one of those triumphs is the iMscoverv of Mishler'a Herb Hitters, the a re til ptnaeea for biliousness. ilyfcntLTv. colic, rhvli-rn, kidney or liver complaint), dy8peKiia, sick htuiUcho, fever and iijjno. Thov Will Surely Find Yon They are looking for you overv tvhere. Drafts of air m uncsiMt ted places, nointr from hotroi'ms lo cool nnet, c;iTelt!ness in 1 liHUinu elotliinc: In short-nnythin' hich rnds in a common cold in the Itead." Ln less aricIi-d Ihit kind of cnl j unless limited Ihit kind of enl. jfjj scaled in the iiujcoih membra: ii id. Then it is Cilarrh. In an ts slagcrf thin discM-c aiw;i iifcomea st'an-n in ihc f the head all its jicnpt in wv s fn-am IMiuk -IV 8 I'rt'um It.uuj. Apolicil iifj Ihe uoMriU with tho tin-'cr. yftf, tible, certain. Prjoe lift v ctuta, TALKING FOR THE INDIAN. Tho Meeting at Lake Mohonk, N. V.- Obeily TalJk. IjAkk Mohonk, N. Y., Oct. m. At the session of the Indian civili- sation eonferoDco the burines com mitten presented a document containing measures c aside red necessary for the future wolfure of tlio Indians. Aincnit the pro KMi tion s wore these; That the Indian be made a full citizm immediately; that land whall be allotted in soveralty to- them; thai whatever there In iu the treat! s that mill tates against such a iwlicy to et aside; and that a coniprehoisivo and cfll.-imt scheim of olucition be adopted. In tho cour.- of the discussion Mr. John H. OLerly, of Illinois, miriutoiu!etit of Indian scho Is, was oalll for, and snid therd had hem tio much freedom of action allowed Indian agents in regard to the cdu cati u of tho liidiaiin, the con-equ.iniM ui which was that many of the tachors were incomp.iient. How, he a-kil, is thl to be rtmiehcd Fortunately he hal entered of lico under a civil iicrvico ad iniuhttratioa. li cMiid not remove a teacher ! e cms ite was -a Hopulilioin, tut whjii a vacancy (wcurs Iwcauso nf msiviii lion, death or offensive partianship. he pro po-'nd t't app bit a coiu potent Democrat Hii policy was to muke 110 removals be-cau-Miof politics, but ever so many remov als for inelllcieuoy. lie had not made man changes yet bocnuso it Mas a slow ad mint-, trution, but he proponud t thoroughly ch-mge tho oil plan by which the whole bu- iues ha b ou c-ni!rollftd by party ioli tics, and lie know tlie con f Bronco would In gmtillod that hereafter, for thu tirst time, ih.?y could rejiio in t.!io ro para tion of tin work of Indian education from publics, Mr. Olterly hai l in conclusion: 1 6 op to make homo radical change, for 1 bolievt lhat only tto-ougb the tichool.houso cuu tin Inditin b led into the liht of civilization. " The uddruArt was punctuated with Ireqii'jyt npplausa and at its conclusion tlie now superintendent rocoived warm wn-ds ol prabo for his avowal policy from (inn. Arm-trong, Commissioner Mc Michael uiid Senator 1 hi weft. REV. JAllDiNt; FOUND GUILTY. An l'piMt'oiul loix.vootn onrictod I'isgr u-Hrut 4'undtivt. Kansas Ctrv, Oct. in -The ecclesiastical Court iu the caw of tlM I lev. 11. 1. Jardiue, of the lOpi-c. ipal church, found htm guilty of improper conduct toward a little ijtrl, Indeceni demeanor toward a woman, and of 11 iicoitca. Itidiop Itolortson, of tit L nis, h;n tho sentence of the court, dip i lion I rom ttio ministry, under consideration, and enjoined dar tine from performing ministerial function i. llov. II 1). Jar line, Iwlng Intervleweil re gardifiK the vurdict of the court huh! hi w ould mi Unit, to canonical authority and re lire without further ado from hi position in Ut. M;iry's church. lie had askel for 11 new trial, hut had tittle hope of getting it, us he expected 110 clemency from tht bishop. He maintains that the char 'os ol' immoribty against him are simply a clrak u-od by the oilicor of the church to cover their rent opposition to him, which is an ac count of hi-, church view. IL will remain in Kaunas City for thii prusont. TOO MUCH ILLUMINATION. I let I hi Multt In mi a Medlumliil h Frmid. IIakti-'oho, Coin)., O.'t. 10. Hpiritualist are much ex -itod ovor tht exposure of Mr . Kugeuiu lit)-.b. the lllumiuale.l matertaliz ing medium, well known in Nuw York i'liiiudclphia and VVashimitori Durimr M'uucu at tho house of a leading believe) siintj incrnJulou persons at a prearrungoi igtial rushed in, K.iizrd tho HiippostKl matt.r milled ;prit, nnl lurn.td on tho ga Miv. hcfio, vory much undressed, wasdi-t-iosed, and utter.1!! piercing flcrnnms nut' rc leaved ir.un her embarrassing plight. Hh.1 tifttirward mado a writtPii confession statin l thattt.t) had nroluced her elfacU by nmau of underclothing soaked in a solution n phosphorus and sj.iat tent I with luminou paint. The-. article were, at course, c -u coaled by her un-terelotDiug wlftn she on tcred a r-iorn, an 1 she brought thoin 1 it. view after tho gas was turned off by re moving herdre-s. Htio it'funde.1 the mnni she nna M-curu.t and was allowed to g 1. Timo on tho Truck. Cincinnati, Oct..J.o,.- Litonia rnco-- Fi iluy were us follow : First race, I .r-l(i miles; Spilling lint, I'Aui li. M'cou.i, Jt jjer. lli ri; tune, I ,;K Second race, ;l4 mile; I' lit-o- A ho fust, Uncin Han spend. 'iv .1 s -ph third; (iinc, 'luird race, t oiile ; K sciic ko first. I'oik t oftnge MM.-oud. (ir. y Cloud third time, iSiP;'. Kotirlh race, 1 ,J lii nuief; Jim D.nmlav (ii'st, Malaria second, 1 ml-t tloiditini' Oi V I'lfth rare, 1 mile: No (away ilr t. Cub-in y teen woniiiI, Litiltiiellow thir l; tim Ni:w N om;, Oct. 10. -Tho races n Brighton Ii;';uh Friday iomiIirI: Fii'ht rnc.. mile: Ibirrv i:.t , llrui 1- llowpiiy ei;i;ii I, lli. uorv Jim third time, i ;'.'0. .Second race. utiles; . Diamond Hrs! J. 111 Nave soe iud, ll-d, Uiox third; timo. 1: '4 llurdiMco, 1 mile; Harmon (ir.t. Trcas urer ssocon-i, Ijjitiau third; tune, l:lli'.'. Fun Ih rice, I U mil.). ; U'ia:iit lirsi. Hi ihht s.icoud, Olivette third; tinitf, I., Ml. 1' il l il nice, Ili' mile; Iv.'ii.idor lb" t, lioc airetta second, Imrry ftbom third; tim , Vice IVesottoit It tintlrU-kt. ''. b-O'is. Oct. Id. Vies l'resuicnt Hen drhdes v;w tuk'in on Jcli uigo about iuut Friday by a toniniittuo uf lepruienlativi merchant 1, boLh D.-imwrrati and liopub licaiu. A great (I'uhJ awuilvi h'.in, iucbitiiic a Incgo nuintjor o J.i.l'io?. Mr. llen-JriCwd was intro cucid from th') rostrum by I'reniileiitntjeii Ktick, and made a brief speech, comjilimcnt hiy; St. Loins on lur commercial prosperity He siko of tha unity if ho great Alibis ippi volley, the grat-Jst unfly save that o lli;; Utiioii it-elf, avid pro Muted that the in rut-n'-u of that valley would eventually ex- ten I 1 1 Kvery part of the Ci-u Ory. Two fITeii ICulotuhfil Alive. lHAM.ixn, Pi.. Oct. 10. -Hcott Strieker and J,tin.oi 1'i.u' nx, who were on'ployed ti prop pilho-.. in big Mountain colli-n-y, were losed in 1 Imrsiliiv bv a Lit: rush of cool. Uappntg c:iu lie heard, which indicates that they are Miii alive. Many men are at work irtvlug a uea ling from a j.ithar breast to Teacdi them, and if taillicieut air reachea them through the h.ose coul Uiey may sur vive imtd tiie worlunou ritnch tiieui, which will ta lie nboui twolvo hours. AmcmiitR ti Abnnt the Ktitne Thin 5. Nkw Yomc, Oct. Ill, Houry Stodeker, partor of Billy Sexton, lost a poefcetbo k coiitninin.-r 5-7,Oi)ii in a Now York Central car Thursday while on hi way to Jerome park. He had Intended to put the money on the Iior-es. Ho placed the wallet on tlw cat and forgot it when ho left tho car. Tin rfibond officials wer untitled, but could 'lot hud the ininov." ' BucL3en'8 Arnica Salve. 1 he greatest medical wonder of the world Warranted to speedily cure hums, brniHCfl, cutH, uk-edr, nidi rheum, fever norm, ran-ocri-i, piles, chilblains, enrnp, tetter, cliup ped 1i:uhN, and all skin eruptions, guiirun U(d Ut cure in every instance, .or money refunded. ." cents ; per box Ior Mtvlc by Hart, A. II thriven Many a Lady ts 1eautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. ' f ROYAL SttJ Absolutely Pure0 Tilt! mw'li r ih-vit varie i nfill :llld U hi)ii"eii,T, in the orilncuv kind". tp- I i 1 1 l t with tlie in, ill tu lit o hi 10 or .lm- p'niii 11 I'o. l. Ihliis.i I ov w York tel, r-ort only Uu, V;iil M- Indisestion Cured. I roUTco'd for iiioit- lli;in lic .vciirr- wiih imliri tioii, cf:irHi-y idh- to icl;iiii tlie rti uipl-F-r fuod en 11 1 j t(oiii!ich. The lniniitiLr u n J:i!li'ii u .1-4 iihuost intolerable. :iinl my wliolc f.v.-triu wn iUt:iii.;i-i1. 1 wiih wukcful and could not Hi-en, nnd cou-c-1 Hciilly more or Ihsm iutvoiik ;ill the t inio. I itc clincd 111 ll-"h, ;unl siiiT. red nil lie- iikhuI d (hcms :oii Hlti'iiilinit iioii Hii- (i inl.le iliie:iM). In 11 Word, 1 Man lioer;iMe. Al 1;i.-t, fiiilicu lo lii d le lief in iniylhin:; cl-e, I coiioiicni i l ho iim of Swift' Sj't c ilie. I lieLMit to iminovc ill onie, The medicine tone, I tip Ine f i. miaeil, nt renal hen ed tin di-xent'lVe nraiiH, ttnil sn 1 :i!l llt:il huridie; eu od. foul I i-imld lelaiii fi.od Million). uUlitully. Now my hi-:illh in l'ooiI , unit en 11 rot ;in11iini: in the hiipe of f'coil, mhI ilij-'Cfl il without Hie Hliirhtrt-t ilillU-iilly. 1 niord clieci-rnUy hc;ir thif tfht iiiiony, licr'Oirt lln-iv arc liuiein-ils nill. riiit-' I was, and 1 am mo healed. Take the pre he :ih 1 utter remlitj ciititur. 1 1 hi d instead of I 1 fnrc ,I.MKS MANN, Alhinii. I. a.. May I t, Issr.. Froo fs'om Malaria. In Ihe fall of isM I nan takrtiHilh CH malarial I'evi v m liieli tro-1 raieii me hot h ho.H ami luiml. I wmh ilrin.i;eil af i r the old fashion wilh mercury iiml ollu r tniiieral iioMurer. Out Willi lie lnoil results, My h all.h was s-luMcr.'i! Mini lil etiiTL'V U'ne. Mv le-j mill ! ! V.nlilit cwell. aiiij I hud Whal i-very'lioiij tln.iuhl wat mop-y. TIicm' Hvinploiii' nhiriiieil me. jukI I wuh rouiy to t'rnsi nt iinv r. m- il V Muscle.!. A r.ieml miIvIm-i! ine to liy Srt'iftVSpee lie. 1 I'Mu-iuiil ihr.e lint tie ami tooimi'im-il it- ii . '1 he 'Mi-Hoi-' kohii cuh ni. 1.0. I hae laloil Hie thlee h.-llh-M, wliieli have nimlc a i. Heel cure, nn-1 I feel tike a m w limn lo ilny There nevi-i ivnv a more inerilorieii mewirtnc olTereit lo MilTeiiie hiimaii it y. It liar wrought M11nler-. fur me. Wuiim .Ii.m:h. Leettlmo;, l.ee roun'y, ;a., M.iieh It, INna. Ue mire uml yd Hie ceniiiuc, ami si-iur-fur Tr-a Use on lllooil ami Skin Dlsctises free. For nale by .ill lnii.'i:il, T1IK SWIKT srKCll-'ir I'O., Drawer Atlanta, (in. ir,7 W.Wil Rt.. N. Y. The formula ly which Uishkr's Herb Bitters is conipuiimlci is over two hun dred years old, ami. of German origin. The entire range nf proprietary medicines eannot produce a preparation that en joys so high a reputation in the community where it is made as H ft as t-a it is the best remedy for lihinvif and JAtvr Com plaint .1 )n)sit t 1 'ram in the tiiomach htfift s tion. Malaria, I'rriofical f-ttm-jtlffiitfs, dr. As a iilootl 1'tirijhr, it has no cquul. Jt tones the syxtrm, c-irf-xu-hi-niitg, itu-igorntihy ar.d ,.. new Hj': 'I'm.- Lite -Tn.lw IT-ive. of T.ftm-ftftfr Po . Va., ni ahl- .lnnl iin.l an lmnni.il i itien, mnv wit.te; "MU'hkr'M lhrl ItilterH in virywiilely Linevn, 'nt Iim RCriuil'ivl K"'eat l'e-nl.'lti.-tl fer Jiiedi eio: aint ei-rjitivt1 i-roerlirn. I tiavi-um il tnlf itnd in my f.iinity wvi-nl Imltlr h, and I not hauk liotl th-il the rei'llUtion in m-t iiiiiin l'iteil.' MISUIiETl PITTflBS CO, 625 CVimmorce HI., I'liilailclphia. rarlif r's Pleasant Vcrm Syrup TTever FaUj HAKEE3' i&ffiMm RSs.'KSJ Art. i ii.iM.r TOliD:!. jso.fl:.r, VEAnf?Vt'CrUMM-J n t ni in f. It WM l:". tr 1 nf II;.- hti- Ouo Hintb, - P3 Ofl,v'-V'i-' t nt t Two Monthr. . fi.'V.-;;,(r',,,i r.,. HARRIS RKftf!iOY"iiO.VRVcCHfW5Tl poo n. lenfn ((. t?T. J.crrra.af6. B0LO HtiDAIi, PARIS, W7. BAKER'S Broatfast Cocoa. WarranUid nbnolHtcly puro Coroo, from which Use cscetuiof Oil baa Imcn removod. Uhtui three U-iet the ttrrttgth of Cocoa niiaJ Uh Starch, Arrowroot orHnar, mid la Uioruforu far uiuic economi cal, costing tent than one cmt a cup. It to dcMcioua, oourihing, Wrcngtbeuloff. eaailyNdioHted, ami admirably atlunled for iDallUa au well as for ierHom in ncufl rt. Sold bj Vracnn creryntiero. ?. BAKER & CO., Borcbeslor, Mass. V. H. MAYKS. I. (. CI.KAVIil.AN KHTAlll.lSIIKI) ia,.s. Hayes & Cleaveiand, - f -.1 R N KRAI, Insurance Agents MIES '?'iS -"r.-V r'nn 't' id'vi'kt -f.r-i l-;,n li.-j". 1 ten Jr. ;-"- el-rwt-rtfr. ri ;.k.- m in-ihr.vcl-i-t :vi r''i'v' v-'ii'-.' Vnu''d'oa Fire, Iiifo A Accident Iccwsncs. I.FFII'K- HumicTOK Blih-r. ECCS ISLAND, ILL. All l'r..ttl.tly Ad.ioi.trd ttd Paid. tliiB Aiscocy. ( J. B. ZIMMER, flf M MM KKKR rtRltn I'CCVl If II A SV M W M M K K K V II II A A Pi MIIH 11 A A N H II AAA N 11 31 m M rrK li Kit It i: M MM M R U IMI M . M V K R It 1 IH H A AN M M MKRFRK K IfUHl H HA A S lias rmviveil PALL AJSri) WINTER 1SU1TINGS,!! -AISri O V K I ICO ATI N C3 S, A linger ami lim-r siot-k than ever. No. HUd Sucoml Avenue, HurU Iul:iml. III. ROCK ISLAND ,t. W. V 1 KTHIj, l'rop'tr. 1 F 1 W IP Ml E. H. COLLINS, - W ell's Imic and Water Proof Paint anil Wood PBESERY .Ej'IRy. ( f lii-pairiii'-' ami I'linlim; or I Mil Shingle IJiiuf-. ti 'pcriiilo . Ili'Khlcnit' nor. Mb Ave;., ami JUlb Si.. li(H'K ISLAND U.L V'"! 'mm' ;iml sec tin. MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dcalci in Mens' Fine Woolens, ,.,iy I 706 Second avenue. B S3. SOUTHARD, ' " ManufuctimT UPHOLSTKRED FURNITURE, MATUASSKS AN1) PICTUUK FUAMK8. Al.n Dfiilcr in Mirrnr9, Coruisli I'ltlc-.. euil:iin CKlliri', M..iiltIint;M. Kir , t" I'l i" h Imvcr Hum Mic Imvcsl, Troiiciii's Hliick. nii. CDl.inii rci.il Ili.U I. JLCOIJ RILEY. Dealer ami Importer hi Marble and Granite Monuments. 25"Spi''in1 I.'sii;ns filniislicil en !ii.!ic:i1i.m. ('urruHimtiilriii'i! solii iit .l. Works uiid Oflice on K.-jiil 17lli St., ypji(isit i'. (.. -.in .Iiv Rock Island. 111. HARD P.t sl (L)n:iliiv Hag iiud (Jrntn, ltiOiK-, Nut", iin'ii No. 4, All the Hist Qimlity, Fslra .limit'.- .1 i.il ..Mil ' l.- I In 11 ;i I 1 . M il M .1 If ll..;.li.. in .SCHOOL Stiiliiiiicry, I'oiifi-rlioiK-i'v, On FoiVtli Avi'iiuii l.i-lwii n Twi-itiii'lli ami if Sico il"' I: Ml!i.'l: t.-l- l ll. i, lo . i. tl-ll1.f,.t Mi. tl P- -'ife1! ""(! "in lite-Mliy lllijlliliiii in A.' 'feto1'!'''11' ' i- "tie of Hie 1,-jiilinv f, jitnrcf of l lie J.l.ico. Tlie I.i-Hii.t ill-i'.-ii-eil iii Hii,. iv-l ilihi-lutient. is- in kw tint.' with it r.nnl iii;iii-- lk,''''i;,", I'tneli i i-M-il eery monotif. All kimU i-f .Sunlu ii Im-h -ft'-t 1,1 l veil tin plmrl notiee. 3foavenport Business College, im 5 ! .'mMi:it. Ml. I.-. ' rt I I'"" livvl' H - I TvfK Vi;mmi. -- : v- U. ' jl.ll '.'-I ; THE. 1 LEAVEHVyoSir ""'"" M.OIi a. - nil 01 T'n-f jipi 1 1.0 CHSCACO. fc1 lie rat el West, t iiut'istl nrr! 1 ncnt.u unit !i t.fito!3 t.niyol i'.n-i y (sot & ia also t bOUT.! l'j: it and cor;''-' 'll 10 1 Tl. Itfl. ?ron ISh"He. Audubon, ,, liiirbm,' Ci i ronl'jri. o Ooi !'. c. . T. -(ill'. t i.-.L.,.r-. -.,1.1 huiiJj-'.-' THE C': I John Ki.rb fitantiuilv Viui't culv-v lniman Bklll ca maLio, operation or oil ir- trn.li; luxurl-'a of ita r, iQ 'r- pooaufel rMitilaV-l.. cl.ibon-tely cookod lu'Sij AtchtJou, o.it alJO run ttul THE FAWSi; lathe diroct and lHvorlte I is . i-ro. :ii - 1 at ulncoH. ei!.' tb -r r w d f low luj-t 1 a m it.ty. Huif. fm o ruin ii'i'j.ui T.iT between Ne .vport Ninva.1 .1.33. iiallriL;3 '.i'-ff t-iilfd inform.. .t all pnocipRl l- or ci-iii ntf c? CAEl President aJ tiencra! SAincr 9 ft a A II I. ntn KUISK I AA III, l V li K T A A II I. O O II U T A A 111, O OltKRK T AAA III. O K K T A A 1 1 I. O OK K T A AlIthl'M' O'M) H K N N T T N S T T NN T T N N NN his Stnuk of TRUNK FACTORY N. kso;) s.moiuI Av.-nue. Maiiufactiiifis of all Mn.ls ot fninks. Tr.ivclin J iaos, Sample Crises. REPAIRING DONE..?: rsK.s - N 'ITITT T11TT Now is the time lo seruiv bilirubin. We liave mill ked inir Kiitniner (JikkIs down to 1'i't-t in tt. cli iir (iiiih( !v( ti In-fore Kul I 1(.(iiIh collie in. PA UK & KM, IS. 17.1I Second A (.'line. :itnl Ienli r ill- GOAL. per loll. ,(( " Sci'LLiicd :ind didix rivil. ( ni. 11- lull i, ll-inl umI s. II (Viii.il..- V. V. Tlil'KsDAM' ,t l S. K.ri.. Oi. V nil kili.li. .if BOOKS, (Jin. in. Cigars, Toj s, IHc, Twcni vliiHt Sia., KOCK ISLAND. Opp- Harper House. h,l.. Pi.I mil,.,. I 1. , ri. ...... ihe three c lien A umnlier of ' Van emrrOi'it to " ' HUM AN MAW l-mp-lr. ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS! PaU nt 4'ast nml Wrought Iron Fence ! 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