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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1886.
She t$n. JOHN W POTTER. Monday, June 21, 1886. 'M. IOK lKHM KATIC WTATK OWTATIOV At ftprlnicfleM. HIInoK An. , 1. IllEAIMf (' ARTRR DKMoi KATIC bTATK 1 ('ENTfcAL ('(HIIIITTIE, Srnm.vni.i, 111.. Juue 10. lssi. t T he fli-mncmtP of all th conntiei hi the tat of Witwin re requested to wnd delegate to I he tut democratic convention, which will be held at Hprinifilcld, on TbnrsrtaT. August 26, 1886, nt 1? oVUwk wkiii. for the purpose nf nominitinf nm eandidntr for Hi ate Treasurer. on candidate for Slate Sui liilendent of t'ublir IniUrmllon. ami to Tram-met nwh other busdnee ait way hp proper for iu roniiiTntinn. The aevcrat mnutlt in the state are entitled to on,- dfkirutt fr ev rw4t vole runt for ( leveUm! and Hf ml rictw. In tss. Hiid on- delegate for m cry fraction thereof of i vol1 and over, tu follow: Adam Altvindt r, Hoi id B'Mlllf tlrown Bureau ..... f LivintU'n. IH'fUl 411 li -I I .mi U: 1 jj Macon 4 ji Mat oiuoii... 7 Madiwm).... 2 1 V aMon . 14 lj Mttndiall.... r, i m anon 4 It! MSI ST-ill i a r.11111 'arroll 1 1'M USUI 'J'l'.l i 'MHM . . . . i lii iniMi.rn ) Ma-iwiie 1H IinsMnn.... Hi M' Pononiih. tij M'llnirv... 4 i McLe-in!... fii Menard.... :di7!i V't C'av C) niton (Vi.-- KH.k Crawford . Cumberland IVK;ilb ... n.Wiit .... Itnicda . . HhI''c KiUsif .. . . -Ml- t'.ili.'J'.i is..' 1 ,4 1 Tt ' 1 V Mercer.."!. l.'ii Mon rot r Moiidifiiiicrv 4 Morgan .... 4 Moultrie. .. a: Oi;),- 4 l'foritt 41 IVrr? k ' ' Pmit 9 Pike 7 , Pope 7 PltlHHlif 5 ! Pin mi tn 4 K;iunph... I-., ffi.tiUml ... 4 . K-h k Mml s Saline :i S:ui'r;ininn . Si-hnvler. " T Shelliy.... '.V, 1 Mitt KIHrtli. Flfltii:li:ini Kavette.... K.twl ... Franklin.. Kutioii .... 4 Till ml II.... tirecne ... (niiniy .. Hamilton. . II work.. Ilar.lin Henderson llenrv .... lrotiui, .., T'u'kMoit . . , ,i''r JefTenon.. .lerey . , ,Jo Iu icen .to'tiimm . . . (sane , ! ankakee. Kendall..., Knox Lake Labile. .. Lawrence. Total... WW HI1 Jli',4 7'JO1 1TS is tf.Kl rwi lit ti?n l.! 71 !1'J turk si. i larr Sleplieiifoii. Taze.wi-ll .. I'nion Vennillion.. inn :hs;i Sill VO" V: 4111 liti ant s-tn 1W- ' W.-thiS iTfiii Warn-n .... ; W;ihinton. !i Wavnc. Ti , White " ii 'hiU'Mile . . n : Will a-l H tlliarnHi. lh4 24'.M MAI' I8yrUjniit'tiit:o ... ! ...I Bv order of the Slate Inioeiitic VnlriI 4 '.mi ni illfi'. Ai.rKjnVKFNroKrr. W. .1. M17.R, Scoetflry. x C'liitirrtian. The lull! Vice President Jkinlrickd imiile the ri-rniirk that Uie prtieuce of Mr. Ilolmiin iu conyress wan wirlli $25. (KK).(NK) a year to (lie United States gov ernment. It h thought that Mr. IIol man and two other members (Mr. Sprin ger and Mr. Henley) saved the. country Ihriee that amount last week. If it had not been for the presence of these veter an niemlKT upon ihe democratic side, the Paeitic railroad lobby would have succeeded ill passing through the house one of the most out myeous pieces of fraud which any lobby has ever aitcinpt ed upon Ihe government. The present courcs.o h weak In un the fact lliut many of ils ntcmberH arc raw and iut xpenenced in national airtir. 'henever an iui portant public ipieMion comes up, ihcy have no resources of ready inform ilinn loilraw from. When members like H.il man. Springer and Henley show an ap titude for public business, their constitu ents will act w isely in keeping them i;i office, no ni liter how claiiMrous popular and aspiring dunces m-iy be for their places, tireen members, no matter how' good may be their inteutions, are utterly valueless iu Rceui'inj; honest legislation against a powerful aud disciplined lobby. The Pacific railroad pcojile hid plannid to push their extension bill through co i f;rea, and had so adroitly manipulated .1 lie mernlters, mat if it had not been fir the presence of Messrs. Springer, Ilolman and Henley, they would have succeedeil. Their proposition to extend the payment of the debt of the Pacific railroad was put in such illusive form, that it undo a direct appeal to the members who were Dol acquainted with recent Pacific, rail load history. Tlie argument that the L'nited , Slates would have better security for its debt, aud that in this w :iy alone would Ihe government, ;cure anything ' was well call uiated to deceive. Tue re port of the committee was unanimous, and this was a strong argument io its favor. "The lobby had circulated reports that the administration was in favor of the bill; that Secretary Lamer approved ill and that Mr. Thurman himself had declared in favor of it. These f.tlse statements, uiadc without thu slightest oilicial authority, seem to have been swallowed by manv members without question. Neither Mr. Springer uor Mr. Holman knew that the Paeitic rail road hill would come up. The committee reported it without warning. But these gentlemen were able at once to draw from their funds of experience and learn ing sufficient argument to turn the bouse against the most gigantic scheme that has been proposed for yearn. The measure involved the refunding of a debt id SHiM.IKHUXKl This debt will be due iu eleven years. The Pacific railmad com miltee attempted to rush this bill through without information and without reports in the brief lime of 'our hours. Mr. Springer made Hie. best speech that, he ever made in the house. He at lirst ap peared to be tii only member to fully understand the questions presented. lie was without preparation; but during ihe speech of the chairman of the committee in favor of the bill, he got the Thurman act and a copy of the Pacini: railroad bill. He is a very ready arithmetician, and duriug the delivery of the chairman's speech, he figured the money that would come to the government under snrh a measure. He found to his surprise lliat the passage ol the extension bill would cost the ("""'nni'mt $75,(KH),(HI0. His clear and forcible statement of facts im pressed the bouse with thu discoveries made by him during the thirty minutes iu which he had prepared Ids argument. - Safety in Epidemics. "During the last terrible yellow fever epidemic I Btayed here waiting on several fever sufferers, burying others, and being exposed at all times; but, owing to the continued use of Simmons Liver Uegula tor, I weathered the storm, and can now say it saved my life T. J.King, liartlett, Teun." New Hampshire reduced her rtebt$25, 000 last year. GLADSTONE TO TUE SCOTS. THE PREMIER MAKES HIS OPENING SPEECH OF THE CAMPAIGN. Only Twtt Mann for IrclnnU Coercion or Home Knl lit lnterctrt in llt JLattur Salisbury Tnlka nt Lela Ag.i.iitt Home Kiile nntl 1ent an Imiuttion. lflfchs from Fore I tin lnts Eit?fnTRnH, June 21. A acktl iinuieiicw of enthabiastic admirers .greeUnl iitmlstono wben be appeared to make bis first apeocb to bis Scotch friends in the campaign of )s", Friday night, and his apitenratice was the signal fur a burst of chuers mXhnt made tho roof timbers rattle. The proinier went riK"t into the questions ut issue with very hu'e preliminary, wiyin,; lb.it thu British peoplo must speak manfully anJ decisively oil tbe questions under debate if social or der wot to be restored in It-dan 1. The issue, he said, was not whether the Lill re cently dt'leated in the cc'iiuiun was riht or wrong so far as its defeat was concerned : but whether the principle of home rule was nbt. Any one who wmb willing to grnnt tbe lri-h the m;inase ment of tht-ir own ailaii, w ith reasonable precautions to protect thn iui-orests of the empire and the liiwh minority v,aa with the Uteral, no matter what be rutted himself. And be asserted that by his interview with X'arnell, farnaron had enrotletl hi rase I f with the friends of home rtil for he bad acceptetl that phtnuple. liladstono was particular on thispomt Quoting I rom an article in Tbe Scotsnt in which Kiid that very many who would, it elected, vote for Glads tone's home rule bill, must tie . beaten, Gladstoue iid the bill was dead, but the principle re mained, and that was the issue, aud Tbe Scotsman haviu; coucetled that sale self government for Irelund wk desirable for Irelaud, Uladstone actrepteil The Scots man as a good home rule paper, lie de clared that there were but two plans tttforo tbe country coercion and home rule and that Salisbury wa tlie champion of the hrbt. He iuMsttsl upon this, aUo, and ud he would continue to insist upon it. He in timated, however, that Salisbury, in con nection with Carnarvon, had coquetied with home rule until he h;td got lol ly seats iu Iturlianient by tho help ot home rulers. Ho ched with an eloquent appeal for justice to Ireland, any in ttie mictvaa of home rule would do more for the lion-r of Kngland than for the proerity auvl peace ot Ire land. Sjilinhiiry Answers Some ruintH I.EKhs, June 21. There were f.luo -op'o in the ball where Ixird Salisbury made his rirst extended ejteevh on the great home-rule light Kriiluy uight and they greeto.1 the Tory leader with an eulhuia-m that must have made him promL lie began by deny ing in toto that himself or any member of the late Tory cabinet bad ever fur a mo ment advocated home rule in the senjw of establishing an Irish legislature. It wa-sab solutely false and had no foundation except got&ip. He spoke of his own knowledge, and tbe fact could be ceitiiit! toby four teen others, lief erring to the i-b;irge that be would govern Ireland by coTi itm lor tweuty yuars, he nlho ihnicd that What was ctieri'ionr He thought Gladstone, iu the Kiliuiuhum improein -nts, ha t given an illustration of it that uu (Nalidmry ) would le sorry t ee again as long as ho lived, though he would m-t con lemu t Wad stone outngbt, as he did nut know what secret information tilafls:onepuiwi.iL but he did not projKjse to govern lrvhind by cucreion at all. Jle did proptiM tj punish criminals those who committed murder, arson, incendiarism aul other tiuius, it ri filtered not in what cause they were cotn rnitteti. It Gladstone w.s opposed to that sort of coercion, he sympathi.ed with the ci ime and the crimutaltk Tory cerciou was tho execution of the laws ngainst these crimes, and iU execution ertctive!y, nothing more. 11 was in favor of improved local jovernuu nt fur Ireland govemm -nt tht would gio the Irish con trol of exclusively tloc:al allairs. l-nt that and borne rule were widely dilferent. Home rule meant seuiratioiL rarnell hal siiid so himself. lie knew t'arntll h.td repudiated that imputation, but it bid t-een provetl that he said so in a spnt-K h at t 'iuriimati, the substance of hi remarks being th.tt be would not stop until be had broken tha last link that bound Ireland to kngluud. '1 h plea was made in opposition to gnm jirac tical guarantee to I'rotestaiits in Ireland that the majority should rut ll tb:tt were so why did not the majority ot tho I 'in ted Kingdom? if the maiority was not the will in this cane why sb'M.l Iim1 the ouuority in Irclanit tlw 1'iotestaiits lo protoetl against the majority. Home rule near it a M iHirute Ireland, a hoatiio uation right at the doors of i .uglaiid, and ho would mvei agree to such a slate of aft airs. The l'flniq ItioKe I p in u liim. LonixiM, .luue : J 1 . - A meeting heM iu Ialineton, a northern euburh of J. onion, Friday night, to support th- t'ousr alive tanilidate for a se.it iu tbo house of com mons, ended in a riot. Tbe furniture of the room in which the meeting was held was smashed by Hie turbulent uiol. Several women were to seriously fiightenel by the uproar that they fainted. One lady had an arm broken v.tul was conveyed to a bos pitaL The speakers' platlorm was stormed by t he cro w 1 Tbe ii ut e of is or foJU, who is a Whig, was an otvupuut of the platform, lie was roughly scied by the neck, j;immed up against a wall and bustled oil' the stage. A numtier of aristo cratic companions who were with the duke were badly handled. The ik-Uho were sum moned and succeeded iu stopping the riot ing rariiir Delicate Task. LostioN, June 21. Mr. J'arnell is prepar ing his manifesto to the Iri.-di electors in Great britain. The main ohjeefi of the mantfento is to cau-e tho Irish electors to deposit their vot!s tor Mr. Gludstne's can didates. This is a hoiuew hat delicate ta.sk, tiecausetbe same el.roi8 were directed last year by Mr. i'nrcjell lo vote every wtiere tor the Tories. This apparent im-onsistcney has to bo very carefully explained to the voters, and in tbe clearest and plainest lan guage, so as to lw wit hin the comprehension of the humblest members of the party. The Irish electors in Great flritaiti wili also re quire this year to be treated with a certain degree of defeivuce which Lhey did not ex j-ect last year. The Weekly Trench 4'rJl. LoNiioN, June 31. Tiate Paris dispatches state that the vot" of the senate committee on the e pulsion of tho priuces has 'created great excitement, and that a pohtii al crisis is feare k I he adherents of the rival claimants to the throue are reported to bt secretly at work in tho pro huts prejuiriiij'. for eventualities. The royalists in ike attempt to conceal their belief that the situation is threatening, and of thu laetthut large iKciies of alherenls are n .i iy t take up ai nmngmust the republn. llimaick nt Kine I.iidw ls'n I nn ial. MrM'-ti, June 8'. Crown rri-ice 1-red-rick William arrivetl here Friday to repre nent Germany nt King Jaidwig's tune al Satiurday. He wiu received at the station in state by I'rince Lnitftcld, repnt, by th prince of the royal house of I'.avarla, and the court oHl-ial, and conducted to the reiidenjtchiosa. lt bart Head. IOMK)Nt June 21. Hobart las ha (Hon. Augustus Cfaailes Hobarti, tuursbal of the Turkiah empii-c, js dead. FLAMES IM ST. LOUIS. ?Hswuri Cai-Workn and Maydock 11 roth -era t'arriHj-e Factory Uelro-,el (Hhcr St. Louis, June 31. The Missouri Car works wore burned to the ground Friday uigbt The loss will protatbly foot up $.')Uty Ot), and about 7i 0 workmen will be thrown out of employment The fire spread so rapidly, that the etlorts of the firemen were almost useless. The works covered about three blocks, three-fourths of which were destroyed. About aeventy-iive cars, which were about completed, were burned, twenty -Ave of tbeiu being refrigerator cars. A large quantity of lumber aud other material was also burned. The works had a large number of orders on hand, and were working to their full capacity. , The fire is upposed to be of incendiary origin. At 4:20 Saturday morning a fire was dis covered on the second floor of Haydock Bros, carriage factory. Tbe fire started in the trimming room from some unknown cause, and spread so rapidly through the building that a large portion of it was ablaze before the fire department arrived, ioiay being occasioned by the engines being angaged at at the car works' fire. Firemen and police saved a large number of vehicles by mov ing them from the burning building, but about fou,i00 worth of stock was de stroyed. A portion of the building was saved, but it was old and worthless, The atock and building was covered by $tO0,OOO insurance, divided between about fifty com panies. Three hundred and fifty men were employed in the factory, all of whom were thrown out of employment Kept a Stream 11 ay I ng en the Firemen. Minneapolis June 21. Tbe saw mill of t'ol. James tioodeuough, ou the Mississippi river at the foot of Fourth avenue, north, burned to the ground at ! o'clock Friday. So intense was the heat that it was neces sary to uw one stream playing constantly on the tire men. The mill stood iu the center of a largo lumber yard, aud only rain pre vented a tlisastrous conflagration. Ihe mill a capacity was lotLOUO feet per day, equiped with the lest machinery. The loss will approximate $.0,000; msuranco, ;Ho,WU DEADLY WORK OF A PREFECT. Il Oi iters I'olleemen to Hi on an Amer ican Sblp An 1'nruly Sailor. Panama, June 21. The captain of tbe American bark Don Justo, uuloading lum ber ut Colon, sent on shore recently for a policeman to arrest an unruly sailor. When tbe officer boarded the vessel three of the crew took his gun awn)', broke it, and forcibly ejected the man from the bark. In a few m mutes tbe policeman returned with three others, who received the same treat ment Shortly afterward tho prefect of Golou appeared with twenty policemen and a squad of soldiers, who. by his orders, opened fire upon tho vessel The bailors rushed below and the armed force then boarded the vessel and began tiring down the ojm hatchways. A .lamai'-a laborer on the deck and two sailors were killed and three sailors were dangerously wounded, one of them has since dnsi 'J he perfect is roundly cen sured for his hasty proceeding. A 1'arrot and Monkey Time. LousviLbK, June 21. A libation, Ivy., sjie-ial says the scenes in Friday's ltcmo cratic judicial convention were outrageous. Several tist tights occurred. J. F. Uullett, a wellkuowu IxmisviUe lawyer, was knocked down by J. S. Miller, corumis sioutir of the chaucery court aliller was af'erward knocked down with a club by Henry Parker, another Louisville lawyer. Milier was painfully injured. Iu other en counters pitols were drawn. Bribery is said to h io gone on so openly that the af fair seemed almost like an auction, m which the nommatioa was to go to the highest bidder. 1'iutt in Win by Two MlnuteM. N::v Yyuti, June 2'. The last of the throe big regattas took place Saturday, aud anin the I'ns ilia, I'unUtu, Mayflower anil Atlanta sailed against each other. Tins lime they sail d tor a 1,WM cup ottered by tho Soawanhaka Yacht club. I'tie raeu was a ery close and exciting one, both the Priscilla aud Puntnu leading at limes. The race resulted in favor of the Puritan, however, she crusting tho line at .i:."iT'. followed by the I riscilU at o: aud ihe Mavilower at ':0l :3 Mitttk and (inw Ohlreperou. 1 i h a Ai h,ik, lii'L , J line 21. Thirty fouudiymeii employed at the Indianapolis Car worts s' rack Friday morning lor an a Ivanee of Id per cx'iit and a reduction of working hours from ten to eight The de mand wa refused and the strikers were j -aid oil, but seveial of them refused to leave the shops and attacked the workm.-n who would not joui them The olice were tailed and tU'. rioters lett Tbe foundry is dosed. lteerlier on th ttriny leep. Nkw Yi'KK. June 21. The Ker. Henry Ward Heei-her, accompanied by his wife ant Maj. J. R Pun I, hts agent sailed on the t'uuard steamer Ktruria Saturxlay moiniug al T o'clock for LiverooL There were a nuirrl-er of Mr. Peecher's friends aud lu.-.utir.-, of (he cougivgatiou present to say tare well. T.AILWAY NOTES. It wa.- reHried Friday that the Chicago. Miha:ii.ev V st. Paul road had cut freight rates tro.ti t hiuina to Chicago alout per cent, tt Js not understood what the ob.ject is L-r r o;i,g It is not thotiglit the coin panv's -'t:.qieMtors will meet the cut at ;.;c-'ojd. "i in Loi-U LJ.Mid Mil sell evcursi-in tic'cetji lo :ui ! Iritui any Motion on its line July :i, :, ..t,d i, at. n sml,, arc for tbo round trip, i ; .: - -Htd tor return passage on or lefore ,'u", -, i No tifkets will lie sold on the a' o'.e i vtu-. hitwever, b-'two-'n Chicago or iV.f. ia nnd ;-ny Missouri river station, or aov sbttnui within twenty miles ot the Mi.Mi i nv-'T Th I oui-wiHe. Now Albany & Chicago will m.iUe a nuinler of changes m.tbe ruu inn ; linh of its trains on the Air line divis ion. The tune of the through trains will be shortened thirty minutes between Indian apoiis and 'hicago; tbe Frankfort ac coimnodahou will be run through to Monnn, and pn.bably nn early moreing train out of liidiauapfilis for Chicago will l put on. Arbitrator K. P. "Wilson, of the Chicago, Ht lmis A: Missouri I liver Pussengr asso ciation has issued thi following notice; Lines iu Interest having agreed, tourist tjekcts from i 'hicago to iJenvor, Colorado Springs, and Puoblo, and return, may be soi l at v:4'VT. width is based njion the rate of $ H '.?.-. between t-hicago and tho Missouri river. A corresponding Uisi from St Louis would yield ft rate of -0 from St Louis to thi afcive. uairui j-oints aad feturiL A WALKING SKELETON. Mr. E. Springer, of Mecbanicsburg, Pa.. wriU!8; "I wa Jtlltclvd with lung fever and abscess on lungs, aod reduced to n vtilkhff Skeleton. Got a free trial bottle of Or. King's New Discovery for Consumption, whiob did me so much irood that 1 bought a dollar botlle. After usnni; three bottles, found myself once more a man, eompictely restored to heiiiili, with a hearty appetite, and a gain ia llesh of 4H lbs." Call at Harlz & liulatscn's drug store and get a free trial buttle of this certain cure for all Lung Please?. Large bottles $1 M. iMtorji in China charge from 5 to 10 cents a visit, and are s-iiti to be kept ex ceedingly husy. Norvoua DeDiutated Uen- Yon me allowed a free trhtl of thirty day or he use of lr. Dye's Celebrated Voitme. licit with Electric SuHiensory Appliaui'-cH, for the speedy relief and per manent cure of Nervous Debility, loss of Vitality and Manhood, aud all kindred troubles. Also, for many other diseases. Complete restoration to health, vigor and manhoml gtianinteed. No risk is incurred, Illustrated pamphlet, n ith full informa tion, terms, etc., mailed free by address" ir.o Voltaic licit Co., Marshall, Mich. .deod&w. Excursion bonis are not allowed to land at the Sarniu, Out., docks on Sun day. The habitual use of pills is a sure means of ttllimatciv undermining health and lay ing the foundation for some of the uvsi distressing cases of chronic maladies. Use Dr. Jones' ltd Clover Tonic, a purely blood Ionic It cures all diseases of the slOTii aeb, liver, blood and kidnevs. Can be token by the most dehcato. 50 cents, of druggists. Bothpiets of jonquils ordaffodowndil les are seen tied upon the new sua shades in London. Purify your blood, tone up tbe system, and regulate the digestive organs by tak ing Hood's fcafaaparilla. Sold by drugs gists. " POLITICAL PLOTTING. "TRUSTWORTHY" MEN WANTED TO WORK AGAINST THE KNIGHTS. Philadelphia, June lit Tbe following secret circular of Crnnd Master Workman Powderly has just come to light It was issued from this city and dated July 12: TO THK OliDER EVEKVWHKKE, iRIETmO: A member of the order employed by a wealthy corporation places the following letter in my Landa It is printed in circular form, and tho presumption is that similar letters have teon place.! in the hands of other ''reliable, trustworthy" men. The name of the firm sending out the document is withheld in order to shield the member to whom it was sent: It is quite evident that the sender of tbo document did not know that the recipient was a Kuight of Iabor. Ibis letter ot instruction reads: p'UNFIlfKNTIAL. Hear Slit: You have been named as a reliable, trustworthy man iu whom confi dence can bo placed. Yon have it in your power to confer n lasting lienetit upon your employer and ut the same time advance your own interests. We wish to kuow some thing concerning the secret workings of the knights of J,abot You are urged to join that '9 body aud become tborougly in formed mon the minutes and details of the management If you can secure an election as delegate to the annual conclave of the sn-' preme assembly of that order, it will be gratifying to those who furnish employment to you. If while acting in the capacity of delegate you secure the passage of radical or revolutionary legislation we will not re gard it as being inimical to our interests. 11 after your admission to tho Knights of 1jiIki' you succeed iu initiating tbe most prominent local politicians of jour neigh borhood regardless of party, wo will feel that you are working iu the interest of your employers. We feel that, having tbr6wu out these hints, you will at om-e place your self in communication with those who will secure for you an election to tho association named. We have gn en tho keynote to fu ture action and will expect a faithful jier forinance of duty on your part Should you be discharge 1 for any action you mvy take in tho labor movement, your tune will go on, Mr. Powderly then declares that the ene mies of tho order are evidently s. hemiug its death through jfolithal trickery and an at tempt to pack tho next convention. Against this he wai ns tbe mrml-ei-s and urges tbeiu to lh) sure and put true mu on guard, lie closes his circular as follows: "Be on your guard at ovry point; make no mistake. ( iiiuilucuvd by friendship or hatred you w ill select niembersot cool judg ment aud wise counsel. Kememler that many a dishonorable poisou works at an houorable calling. Iu selecting representa tives see to it that the member is as honora ble as tho tailing. Lear in mind that the question to be discussed at the Kichmoud general assembly will be. Shall intelligent prudent action on the part of organized labor manage the art" airs of tho worker, or will we allow the inanimate thing called capital to regulate our a Hairs for us Let neither calumny, tear, rtdi: n!e, coercion, flattery, bribery, friendship, hatred, relig ious or political feelings mUiienee you in se lecting the representatives to the next gen eral assembly. 'Hemein! er tho warning; Put none but Knights of 1 nbor, true and tried, on guard at Kichmoud. Signed -T. V. PowoKft!.Y." THE OHIO IMBROGLIO Settled by a le(-iion of the Slate Su preme Court. OoH'Mi'l'S, Ohio, June 1'.'. The deusion of tbe supremo court, given Thursday, in the .Cincinnati board of public works case, upholds tbe action of the state senate in un seating the four Hamilton county senators, maintains that there was a legal quorum during the remainder of the session, and es tddisbes the legality of the laws enacted by tbe legislature after the deserting Penio:-ratic senators had lett. Ibis validates the Pow liquor law, tho statutes restoring the con gressional districts of ls;, and authorising tbe state to raise th $Ky.w tan ren deTwi neeos-ary by tho looseness of the la-t administration. Tbe primal elfevt of the decision is, of course, io confirm the ap poinimeiit of the new board of public affairs ty tiovernor Foraker and comjfl the old loard to turu over the tnwks and effects. Tho three Republicans on the bench agreed on the decision and tbe two Hemocrats dis sented. 1 lev eland, Ohio, .June 1'. -Owing tu the d'i'isioii of the supiem tourt at t oium bus in sustaining the vHlidity of the actions of tbe state senate sin e tl;e otistinc of the four Hamilton county bcmicint:c senator, the Liquor league of (hist it v has decided to offer no further resisted to the Low liquor tax. and all salooni Is will pay their tax forthwith. No Answer to the iteat .''" io't. L-oniion, June lit Th Times Friday mon ting, referring to Mr. t J lad tone s cam paign tour, sayn: 'Tt is undeniable that within its limits the 'pilgrimage of passion' bas thus far a success Tbe crowds to meet Mr. tiheMone have l-een trreater thau ever tfore, unl jersonal enthusiasm as great. This surprises nobody: but the push ing and cheering ot workmen is no answer to the great question. inety-One Ilajs Without l-mif. Ja'KSS, Mich., Juno Lt. Mis. Eliza beth Heed, of this city, adlict-ed with inter nal cancer, with the exception of two spoonsful of port wiue'each day has taken no nourishment in ninety one days. She has lost some flesh, but at the last visit of her physician appeared brighter than eight weeks ago. There are no hopes of her re covery. Ominous I'mnTiliug In ISerltu. London, Juno ti'. A semi-official com munication from Iierlin says that the pati ence of tho Ccrmau government with the chauvinism of France is exhausted. France is plainly striving to provoke a hostile feel ing in Germany, which feeling, if aroused, will not be merely transient but will likely lead lo grave results. Advance f.tr frenrli Koyittty. Fa iu k, June P.. The senate committee Thursday rejected by a vote of 0 to ;i all of the government- proposals to expel mem bers of iofiner reigning houses from r ranee. John Sutherland, a Lading cilkeu of La Forte, lad. , formerly president of the stato board of agricultui'u, Ued U'wluesday even ing. In Human Life Sucrea !lr. AtnicU in Ciaciuuaii Medical Journal.) Mature kuow nothing of anv Mich sacred nnss, f.r there is rot hi rig of whicli sh& is so pnxligal. And man hss shown little sense of th value of human life when his passion or hi-ts or interests have thwarted by bis brother ni:m, or seeiu bkeiy to te forwarde I by his destrnc ti on. A se rise 1 f t he val ue of h if own individual life man has indeed, seldom been detic-i 'lit in; an i, by a kinl of reflex action, this sense has i-luwly given birth to and always underlies the sense, such as it is, of the value of other men's lives. But in Europe t-day the facredneas of mm'.- 1 ife is thrown to the winds tlie moment national or political tawi im grow hot la d e-i, it i-t hard to understand the raoanmn of ttie word '.sacrel,, when applied to lifA, pxcppt in so far as it may sig-nify the duty laid on ieh man of u ing bis life nobly whiiA bo ha- rt Dlnt1s c a rthli- rent i val, "Hfvs liver broiled iu crc-tor-oil" was one of Uw daintiri nl a Peking fe.stival ileftcribed by the ageitt of a iiremen trad ing house, Ca.sbr-oii uUo formal tlv ehk f condiment of a dish of erab -tails. Eggs, ptrserved in moist eartii till tlie yo'ke had assumed a preenisli color and the embryos apjtrared like little bl&ck rolls, were served as deanert, together with riv-wine and pickled pluiua. Oar. Cincinnati Enquirer. wanted Bis Check First. Chicago Herald, &y you,7 siiJ th conductor to a pa, en-rer wUo in i his bual stuck out of the win-iow, "will you haul io tuereP w'Frai 1'lt lose my he id, eh? ' hN i, it isn't the bead X care tor. Give ma (lie check out of your bat baa L and than go ahad and com mit suicide if you want to, WOMAN AND HOME. A LADY PHYSICIAN RECOMMENDS OUT DOOR EXERCISE FOR GIRLS. The Proper Hour for Dinner Care for Sleeplessness Acquaintance on the Cars A Hint for Mothers Tlie Corset Etiquette from Hooks Hint. Parents, have you a pale, sickly, delicate daughter? Don't you know if you keep ber confined in school and at her piano, taking only fancy work and novel reading as recreation, that if ber white feet do not slip into tbe grave she is liable to become an Invalid for life? She needs exercise, and that out doors; not in the shape of drudgery, but as recreation. Flan frequent country excursions; have out door games in which you join, and, other things being equal, roses will supplant the lilies, and the child so dear to your heart will be fitted for life's purposes. It is quite true that many diseases may be cm-el by persistent exercise. After a lecture given to the young ladies of a seminary in Kansas, in which the advan tages of out-door exercise has been urged, the principal, the wife of an Episcopal clergyman, said: I heartily endorse and emphasise what Dr. Stock ham has been telling you. Fourteen years ago I was given up to die with tulorcular consump tion. My doctor told me he could only hope to palliato the symptoms, and that by means he feared 1 would te unwilling to adopt 1 had three children dearer to me than my hfo. How could 1 be taken from them : 1 told htm for tbeir sake I would do anything, lie askvd: 'would you !e willing u play ball;' This, indeed, was a bittor pitl; but if I would be with my babes a few months longer, I cett a inly would do it. My hus band and 1 began playing bill in the Imck ynrd, screen.st Irom the ueight-ors by a high board fence and trees. I could not liear the thought that I, a miuist r's wife, should be so undignified as to p:y ball. Little by little I gamed strength, and in a few months wiiboiiL dru.;s I w is a well woman. Three years a Iter w aid 1 a-.k-d my doctor if he was sure I hud tuls-rcSes on my iungs. He said he furl no doubt of it, as a aioiul mi. roseoi'b al examination had proved the diagnosis correct I was cured by the very undigmtied exercise of boll playing." If s-o hopeless a case as ttie aliove can be restored to health, what degrees of strength ami vigor our young ladies might obtain by resorting to tho pleasures of out-door recre ation. 1 awn tenuis m the country, where there is plenty of room, is among the best of out door pleasures. With pleasant com iwmons, a dress fret) from all restrictions, this game is veiy exfulii ating, and calls into action every muscle- and organ of the liody. Tricvi ling for those who have affections precluling standing and walking, affords superior evt reise. Its theraiieutic va'ue has been proven in many cures. A young lady of Chicago wno hid long btvn au invalid and pronounced by biizh authority incurable, leeoveivd her health in a few months through rid ins the ti icy le, using no other means. Another voun lady who had the use of but one limb with which to prolyl the wheel denv ed great benefit from tbe out-door exercise ou hT favorite pony. She named her ma In ne "Victor" and seems as proud of it as if it wvre a living creature, ht had been confined to the houe for months, but could soon ride miles upon her pony. The rapidity with which she gained strength was a surprise to all her friends. More invalids would procure wheels if they knew that by this means they could drink of the elixir of iil'a The sick ore made well, the weak stroug, and those already well become lohust and enduring. Truyding must become a favorite exorcise for women. Compared with the physician s bills it is trie pensive, and gives great inde pendence of locomotion. Mrs. Stock bam, M. !., m'Miuneapolis Housekeeper. Manners from Hooks of Kf iquetle. True politeness is alwavs unassuming. but people who learn their manners from books of etiquette often make themselves rtdi. ulcus in attempting to show off their fancies! superiority. At a luueh in Wash ington recently a distinguished prelate sat next to a young lady who is spending her first winter in tue capital He was eat tug his ices with a soou, when he was for a moment struck dumb by her remark, loud enough to ta beard by others, "Oh, why ton t you uje a lorkr it i.-u t polite to eat ices with a spoon, ' When he had recovered his breath, he rr plied, in the softest and mot amiable toue, My dear child, 1 am soiry it is not nice, but I was Im ought up to eat ices with a spoon, and uniortunately 1 am too old to forget. A similar incident occurred at a dinner. An army officer of hL'b rank, while en gaged in an animated conversation with his Ms a is, inadvertently stuck a three pronged fork into bis oysters. The hostess iiimiedLitely etied out, " Ob, general, use too malKT fork.'" From the grim loo; which settled upon the features of that warrior it might be fate led that be was preparing for a battle charge, but he said ne'er a word, and no d I not tarry long after the dinner. Loth the general and tlie prelate were protwbly aware, however, tlwt they had only neglected to ol -serve a meie apriie of (a-hionnble society, and that they bad not violated any law of genuine goodbreedmg. outUs' Coinpitnion. One Tiling To He S to ed. ' Now, ladies,"' said the demount lor, "I will show you tbe sie, sb.ife, and relative positions of tbe vital organs in this subject." and she made the big naisid woman stand forth. "With this pie. -e of chalk 1 will draw on the surface of her tviy tbe out lines of her iuugj, heart, stomach, aud so on.'' Uitb rapid skill she covered the jeisey with white lines, and the woman boon looked like a liviug figure ster ed out or a ban m a doctor's offite. "Ihat is an exhibit of a woman a she nught toUi,"the let tuter said, ' and J w ill piotse l to show you how most of you are." Then th prettily shaped voung woman. who could wear a nineteen in n tor-et, u yet bad much Hil ; oh tlie other, tbougk oilferently apportion-', was put under chalk tracery. Th lonsanl stomach were placed higher u; than the other, and hr gi iird and other things in idental V the liuman in'erior v. ere r-'pre-cuteJ as lower down; all of which was do la ed to be ab normally awful, t ut do you know what 1 oliserved; It was that her heart was in the right place, "Clara PeTe" in Cincinnati Funuiie.". Old Wit Work.nl Over Into w. Many of our modern humorist,; bav-c achievetl great sufvfwsin the art of dressing up tbe wit of tst generations. They have invented some new Kituatitnw, ai'd in canes they have applied their jokes in sieK way as b leave the impression that they jiere new. as. inds-d, tney may have beon. yet the fa'-t that m itiiicb humor liven on from generation tu generation in af nut the same form is suggestive of the. idea that most of the jokes which convulse tbe people of bwlay caused thosf of tlie last century t exploile with laughter and are destined to perform tlie same sen ice for generate ns yet U coin. The habit ual reader of modem humor will find in the writings of Addison, Foie, J ex mid. Hood and other wita of long ago strangely familiar ideas, though he may nver have seen tliese works lief ore. and Irv ing, Flieenix, IJoest-icks, Mrs. Fartrngbiu and Artemus Ward and a host of ranbwporary writers worked the sam mines in whk-h pun fern hunmst are delving. It does not nnvss.7rily follow that all bnmorist are plagiarist!, but tt is a questioa if the sum of humor increawes fnm age to ae and if it ia nt under varying eymditious about the same old thing whenever and whensver it infouud. - 'UKgc Herald. Few e-Warned, froro-Arineu Olall's Journal of Health.1 findisHuso ever conies without a cuse or w;th'rtit a warning; hence end -aver to thinic battf f or t'te cau , w:rliavi!W ti avoid U in Lhi future, aa t u:i ttn iu-ttnt of any uu plea ant bo ld seitsa ion vesa oatio ab solutely out 1 it has eutlrely disappeared, at least for tw jnty-fuur hours; if stiU romaiD inf consult a physiciaa. FATHER 18 liElXIHOIWELL. "(Kv daogbters v: "How much better father is since he used Hop Bitten1 "He is getting well after bis long suffering from a disease declared tin urnble.'" 'Ami we are w glad that he used JonrllitterH.,, A Laut of Utifii, N. V. I WHITE TU18 AS A Token of the great appreciation I have of your Hop Bittpr?. I wac afflicted With iiiilnmumtury rhenmtism ! ! I Kur nearly Seven years, and no medicine seemed to do me any Good I ! I Until I tried two bottles of your Hop Bitters, and to my surprise I am as well today as ever I was. I hope "You may have abundant success" "In this great and" Valuable medicine: Anyone! wishing To know more about my cure? Can learn bv addressing ine, K. M. Williams, llOJ, 16th streel, Wash., D. C. I CONSIDER. Your Remedy the iest remedy in existence For Imbsesiion, kidney Complaint "Aud nervous debility. 1 have just" Heturncd "From Ihe south in a fruitless search for health, aud lint that your Hitters are doing me more Good! Than anything else, A monlh airo I whs extremely "Emaciated ! ! ! " And scarcely able to walk Now I am Gaining strength ! and t-Flesh !" And hardly a day passes but what I am complimented on tny inipiovt-d appear auce. and it is alt due lo Hop Hitlers! J. WieklitVe Johnson. W'diuiuqton, IK'. Froeecnte the Swindler. If when you ;.!! for Hop Imtrru l'Minii c?nf ItTfti Hon nn the ichhf- tlt-dni.'isl hands out any stud all- d t. It. Variier tietnian Hup Hitlers or with other '"Hep" name, nin.-e it ami t-huii that lrnist as fui vvotihl fl vipt r, ami if he h; t.ik n Miir moiiey for Ihe sfi;fi indu t lion for the fraud -nnl sue him for ihe daucejett fur the swindle ami we will reward yon liberally lor the eortvii lion See l'. S. Coii'-t iiijunct on against ('. p. War ner, KeHdim?. Mn hiMit. ami all hts salesmen, agents, dmists, .tnd olhcr imitators. A lady in New Oilcans caused the ar rest of a policeman for calling her a "wo man." The jiidm, nlur carefully de lilHTaliu, decided that she was a woman, thus aggravating the insult. aPVICb lO BOTWEH8 Are you disturbed at niulit and broken of your rest by a sick child sutTcrin uud crying with pain of cuttini"; teeth? If so, scml at omv and ycl a bottle of Mrs. SVinslow's 8o4ilhin Syrup for children tecllnm:. Its value is incalculable, h will relieve the poor liitlc sutTeivr im mediately. ' iVpend upon it mothers. thi'Tp is no mistake about it. Il cures dys nb ry, diarrhoea, regulates the stom ach and bo we Is, cures wind colic, soft en the lrmns. reduces inli unnt ttion. and ives tone and emT;y to the whole sys tem. Mrs. WitislowV Sudliinjr Siruj' for Cliihircit Tee!!ii:iur pleaMitit to ibe taste, and is the prescription t;f one ol tbe oldest ami best female nurses and pliy rtciuns in the Cntted Stab s, and is foi sale by all druggists tiiriMi.otjoul tl:e world Price 2't mils per hold'. feb m-w-s ni 1 -v A brilliant black varui-h for iron sovt and lire-places is made bv stirring ivory black into ordinary slullae vimiisb. It should be applied wiitn the article is per ftcllv cold. it is It And What it Is. Fapillion (Clatke'stx!r,ict of H ix Skiu Cure, line many other iucstimablu beu tils lo mankind, was discovered by accid ent. The proprietor, engaged in the pie paration of certain plants, from time to lime noticed tbe effect of workiti. in tbe pulp vats on the skin. If there was pres ent anv cutaneous eruptions, w irts, idem isbes or scrofulous symptoms, all disap peared as it by maeje. After experiment inr: Un years, it has become a scientific fact and a priceless boon to the hit Mian race. From giving away a few bottles, the demand has increased until the sale for the past two years amounts lo 1,0.13,--UH bottles. Large bottles only $1. For sale by H. IL lKSanto, Indian skeletons are being dug up near Talladega, Ala , in large numbers. The proerties of MishkVs Herb Bit ters are wholly medicinal. It is com pounded on scientific principles upon a German formula, 2 1 years ohi. Clergy men, temperance people, and all other classes who oppose strong driuk on prin ciple, endorse and recommend our great household remedy. It is a sure cure for kidney and liver complaints. One man in Lyon county. Iowa, bas a flock of 5,000 chickens. Many persons are afflicted with erup tions of the skin, boils or ulcers. Ilratid relh's pills, taken freely will, in a short time. cur eruptions, pimples or boils. Clcers of long standing require treatment for some weeks, but be assured that the worst fever sores or obstinate ulcers will surely disappear if you perseveie with these pills. What is said to be the largest schooner in the world is soon to be launehi d at Oath, Me. tShe will have a coal carry ing capacity of 2,b'00 tons. IKWIUNM YtromANPJUYANCt fid only ot the flnrtt nil bntqnnl. it y f Uloaa for llli.laudjng heal. Every good thing is Counter, felted, and consumers are CAU TIONED against IMITATIONS of these Chimneys made of VERY POOR GLASS. See that tho exact label is on each chimney as above. The Pearl Top is always clear and bright Glass. wuractKred OWLY fcy GEO. A. E3ACBETH & CO. FOB SALB BY SEALERS. II Pal Oct 3QtM83X Invalid'! Hotel and Surgical Institute. This widely celebrated institution, lo cated at buffalo, N. Y., is organized willi a lull staff of eighteen exjieiicnrcd and skilfull physicians and fuigeons, eon slitnting the. most complete organization of medical and surgical tkill in America, for the treatment of all chronic diseases, whether requiring medical or surgical means for their cure. Marvellous success has been achieved in the cure of all nsal, throat and lung diseases, liver and kidney diseases peculiar to women, dis eases of the digestive organs. Madder diseases, blood taints and skin diseases, rheumatism, neuralgia, Hiid nervous dubi bilily, paralysis, epilepsy (lits), sperma torrhea, impotency and kindred alTcc tions. Thousands are cured at their homig through correspondence. The cure of the worst ruptures, pile tumors, varicocele, hydrocele and strictures is guaranteed, with only a short residence at the institution. Send ten cents ill stamps fertile iHValids' (.iiiide-book (MX pages), which gives all particulars. Ad dress. World's Dispensary Medical asso ciation, Buffalo, N. Y. liulllc Creek, M h., street ear driver are wearing a uniform with U. A. If. buttons upon it. Absolutely Pure. i Thi puwd.T m'Vi'r vanen. A marvel of pnrit jtrt'ic.Mli and whnh -niiieiiw: neire fconeniica Ih.m tin urdiniry kind-, and camml Im sold in com tili-ei wiUt the ui'iltihid! of low U -t, short wviyht alutn or iiho-ptisle pnwders. Solii only C4h. liiiVL UaKINO l'iWJltR CO., lKi Willi jj New York New Advenisomrnts. To Advertisers. A lit.f met'. iit w.-pj rsdii(b d into STATES A N l SKiTb'Ns mH he pent on appliuition rRKK- tlioc fm w.ml O't ir fifivcrtlsini: to p;iy. vc c;tn ttflt r n li. iter nn diiiin fur tli'in-uch and ef fei'tie W'Tk Hull Uie ;ir!i)il- sernoif ef our Se- hei L 1 i-t. GEO. P. HOWELL ft CO.. New-pnper A'lvet t isinj; Burenu in Spruct uret i, Ntw rk. mm pafe may Iw fonna on ti!i fit UVM- V. KOVLL 3.IWPrAPl.a ADVrlK'MStNrt l-ire)whfr udver tisiiijr contmct may HEW YORK. University of Virfiinia. SUfflWER LAW LECTURES n"u wet ki ' Im liii Ii .1 uly. 1N. and el.d Nil Septem ber, thm or"v'd "i ritual iip. lt. t SrtutiPtitt who ib Mun to itiirsiro their M'ldn'S hi this or other Lhw Sehntl"t; id. to tho-e who procise to rend li'ivritiiy; and 'A 1, to prac iltonen who hne Pot leid the .-iibantL'eof rayotetriatic intniotiort ; fr circ'ilsr ftpplT ti'. t. l'uivcroyof Va. to 4ms B Minor. Prof. Com. and Mat. Law. inUwIio PENNYROYAL WAFERS, prescription of a physician who hashudahfeionj;cxer1cocein treating femaie disi-ases. Has been prfd-nbed in hundreds of castas as an unfailing monthly remed v. ricasant. sa f e. effect -unl. Ladies ask your druggist for Pennyroyal Wafers, take no 1 substitute. Sealed particulars 2 st.imos. Price. Si. oer tor. Address EcRntA C'utMicAL Co., 14U iioward ttniOiT, Mich. Order? tilled not-ra:d, hy Mar-Wd & t"iher, 'larjH'r lloiife dni ptore, lo k bland ADVERTISERS can leaui the exact cost of any proposed line of advertising in American papers by addressing Geo. P. Rowell & Co., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, IO Spruce St., New York. ni f7t5. for 00-Pa,n IJamphleU Dr. B. G. Miller .mid rwwt tfiillv mmciinc' lo h fiek and af Hit t d. far and near, that he treat? riittii iilt ,ase; if all kinds, acute and chronic, tnudw itvrv and tn'jrv tieepu-d). Twe: ty jcari practical n- i viiciicc. iPiut riii wiin an oiiien in plans of Irenlnietit: nwkiui: mntvei'afcure-i In rt. oIIkt failed to jiive relief; makes Kecialii' of RUKCMATISM AND NEURALGIA, Fur which he lei" n n?cial iT. Htment and never fail" to ( (ire. Yon need Milter no Imrjer. Con. i taiiim free. fticc hour" t a. ..to fie. m. Olliee and rcfiueme No. fS fikctile. nih tired. i ick I -(ami A dresr. letter box 1623 anl l!t-illy W P RELfftBLE SELF GORE KJsr A f.iVfr.t.: j.r. ti .l,.,T, of mil ,.f il... 1 l-.fll ti.'I Mi-..s.l'.l s -ri..,i.in il,.- I'. S ItK.tv rr. n.11 lo' lii.- .-.i. ..( Xrx.Mi Iftt-liim.v, I.t.l MuntMHfrf. V iikiif ..imI ll,.-uy. ..m ii pln s.e:,k ,t -."'-. J rti -yists . in fill "t. HHre" ni; WARD CO.. I vur;.i:v.. Mn. P r'oval New Hardware Store, NO. 1023 SECOM) AVENUE, MOTT & UDDERS, Proprietors. Z$r g?iiTiil line of Hardware. A specially of Shelf goods and Carpenter's supplies. Tki.ei'monk No. Wi'i PARK JPSft'oiue and sec u. Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowles' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors, Wroonht, Cst and Lead Pi, Pln Filtlnj mi Bnw. Uooda of ewry dencrlptton: Kul'! U a&4 backlog of all kind.; OraiB Tile and Sewur fiv. . Office nd Shop No. 317 Eighteenth St- BOCK ISLAND, IM I'KOlKSMONAIi CARtts. J. RT. BEARDSLEY. ITTOHN-UVATI.AW-liBrc ilh .1 T S, 1 wonl.v. r.iT, !M'wlMiv..iMie. a.ic'-l-rt",.I,n, WILLIAM JA5KS0W7 J ITlltlNKY AT I.UV. .,,. i ,f,Kk ,(b il Nulloti;.! IVillk lluil.lip-;, 11,1,1, Krt,nl. JOHN S. HOLLAND, ATT.IHSKV ANIl H Nki .(,u AT , AW ctver jio-lntlire. Moliti..'. lIlim.iK. E W. UURST, ATTOBNRV ANlfl!HSPI,l.llt AT l..W OIHro in Miiif- Ti-ntpli hi,.,-),-. v.-r Ifrvl; j. land N'B.iimal l':m t.. Kncls I plnml. 111. Mi iwir k. d. swressr. c.t.nii w SWEENEY & WALKER, TTOIINHVS ANIMHlllNsm, Lulls AT LAW ilOHiri- in Btl,j;elwnV lliK-.k. Ilock Inland, II). llii.'-l-(lwv M. m. CORBETT, ATTtMfNRV ATI AW. Soli.dlor int fern., it r-'oiirv I'uhlif. Ah-f rHt. !tm at-d (ion-1. IHISb. Mi'fi. d" H lor It, :ft HnlterV -' w Iry mu f WILLIAM McENIRY, TToiiNKY AMmM'NEM.iiK AT I AVV -ilOfnco in PoofliCi. l.lot k. rtMtm- an. I Hoe k If land, Illinoi.. K'fereiu.' i U v penni-.'.,,! i MilrlK ll .V 1 ude. hankerH. jn 1 l y ii i: it is Ki: r l7m7Ali k ss Tt i , TT.IHNKY IN PATENT l 'Al KS.-r.ii. ni il hil-in.- ,,1 all l.iivl(J liu'K il.-.l. li.Hiin 4, l- ir-1 'Imik Ituililins. I'. . Ilm II. .-I; l-lalil, llliii.iip. ji.-IS-ihvy Fiid Her.r &, Gnido Beck, Kl IIITH TK AM M ri;t;f .T.;Mi:NT- NT- i nay XlOltl.'.'. K'llll. hi 1 .'. t . It. I s , , i, Kifiit- Mil. k, Ilulni'iu.-. 1 um--."l-iH y KI'SIMKKS ItICO TSIIM. JjAUPWAIiK. H.'Wrl A MontemmTY. tSf"! .woihI iv. i:ii. JL'NSMITUS. Wiillf. ch.is . II! St v. ni. i nili iiml jkvsiai'KI:k. Th.' Kn.li .hrI llAii.v Aii.i. n: ..ii i.- .. ev.'niii!. ISiiintiij .rffi-l"'.'! in Ari'ii. I;..il-. .... .M.lU' IVllilolt-K1.'. ll.t lilt V.TI !. ! IJM 'li 'iri Mi ll .' filv. Th.' Riwk l-hii.l VF.tKl,v Aihmi... i-iMiln-.i i v,'ry 1'"rl.i:ty. A I'll.' i.'h .l.jiMrl.n. iil . . tit., ti.iu with tl. .'-'..iWvNii'ent. Unprcccdcnti'tl Success NATIONAL Cabinet Letter File. UVKII i-.xeo KU.Ks M.ld the lirvt two vati. Over l.rti( N ATl'tNAtS ii.-w in n- hy prti.t. who h, e tilt-en riled tlie nioct jtopalar of other make-. The NtttioMat is the liEST. hecatlt-e it it tomi cunijih te, more nitiph-, and more durahle thau any oilier fahinet better File e er'madv. II if the ' heape-t. hee.tti-il ha" yreatiT tp.' itv Itmn anv other. Semi for llluttraUd rata lo-ne. Mannf&ctined l.y JOHN M0RBI8 COMPANY, Wholesale and Uetail Station. ROCK ISLAND RON i ORKS ! PiiUiit Ca:l .iml Wrought Iron Fence! CiieajMt Fi iicf in tlie World I'm ltrshlelM't or (Vliii'tHi y LtitS. Made any Eeigbr Deoin d. rA!l 1.111.1s' .1 1IMN .11,(1 M.'.CIIIMJ .nil l.i'c in.m;.!ty uii.l h.iii.r,n li.ut cii-iriiic' .1. Wnlr l.ir (irir,. DoWiMxc m;os.. Rock Jsi.ano, 111. IKE MOUSE SAVIKSS BASK ti.'hartered hy tin Lt flMuu ol lllhiom.) IS OJL-JJN E - - ILLXK O f H tin dally from A. M. to .1 P. M..noJ on Tnet dM and Samrday ICventir:!- Irom 7 to ti o'c'ock ctorca Allowoi on Depc&tts it tbo rave ot 1 por Seat. rr i.nssm. Oopoeits roccived in amounts ci $1 end Upwarda. NRtWKITY AND ADVATAU1W. Tin private 'rt)rrt) f tbe Tructecu t rerpito 9ild toihc deporitorv. The oftin rfafe prohlhllel torn itorrowin any ol ii mouev. Miiiorp and narr-cO wo-ne?. jjrotectct' tiyppecifd Uw. OrncKiw:S. W. Whcfio(h, Pref'-JeM .Jona MfMn, Vie Prefidein :'. V. IkiKNWAv.Ciotil.-r Tkiptkk-: 8 W. Whevhick, porter r-klnuor I'. W. Lohtlell, Nelwn t'ht.r. II W.CaiiiI.w. , r.irant8. A. H. Wright, P. IU nuiwiiy. .lohu im.J M. rbriMy ;. H. Hloddsrti. fiThe tody chftileit)'" Snvli.Kf Hank in Hock lnt.it tonrttv 0UUI HLDAU, FAKIS, 10 D. BAILERS Warranled tbsottt ttj yum Cocoa, from w hich Ihe excof ef Oil han tH-en removod. It h:uMf fi" the tfr nglh of tlwoa mix d with Hutch. Amiwroot urttik:. and Is tir"refurc far iiiopb einti'md- od. cvtling I' than, one crt't Cttp. Il 1 delieifMlrt, Uoilrii-liiti''. sin !i;eutii(, eju-My liitjwtetl, ai:J udmirahly ailapletl fr itoalids aa well im fjr i-. rtH.ntt in health. Sold Ij (i'r.Tf m efcrywhero. . BAKER & CO., DorcScstcr, Muss. & KLLLs Havr receive! tb' ir- tp fi m s sin mm SPUING AND SUMMKIi S TOCK OV Boots and Shoes, Which have been placed at very low prices. I 704 Second Avenue.