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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, JUNE 21. 1886.
RAILKOAU TIMETABLE. Trtiitix Li 'art'. for VMcMJO. P Bsen'ur " ... . T : a m . I5:lun m ,tti:l5 11 m . !:45 p " .Hi:: It:)' i i'awener 5 :-J n tn . !i:4S 11 IH H TjO a m . 4:48 p t;iS i in . 7:ul p tn LaSHlfo raveiiker I'auT LtMve, Arrive. N?i-hi Kxpn-f Htii Mnil fibrin l(:ipiu .Vi.'tUrjfOr'ff . OrO L'xn-- ::?5 a in txpr'-T" Ka-t "i Nislii Exj-rt-sii ti:a-J p in 10;5b a m i t-poi, Moline , wiu.e, L K. 0'a, A-jcii. Uo4 k Itdam'. nmv.w, !;l5KMv;roN Ot 1MV. Si. l-ut- B:iW ,.. a m H h a. u MerMiii IVi-wn'-'er .-;a,w. Y:o;p. m. ""vrlinrf AL'CiitiimoJjis.ih. i: :0 ' a. . 'S:--Jit p. m Loui K .! Et. S :i ;. 7 :-f P ft.-over Jfc h-to- :C .4 I t r. m M o i a. m. 1! I. Cl'STEIi, Ani'nl. HO.'K ll,ANI TKAlNt. drives H::am Arrive t::lf.m " 11 :i' it rn ' :, , to V't. An;o'n. 'rttpm 9:$. tint Ft, fc Ac com '.iL-ii h n ii :ln P to i'V 4 Dmeh'n'i ;lMin ... t;tift p m K. I). V. HOI, MBS, Aent. u-hk isf.Mx ri'oun kuhvay. l)-pit Twi'Htn Hi tj(r''t, R'H'TB T'THK KANT A J It WRTI LKAVR. AHttlVr.. 'j't Kij.r.-n s.hA.H. r, M't :m. Mlil.1:i-i Kt i.titp.. I ;9! p. M, Al" .Mllto'i Hum 1 .l.i V. H. :l A. n. Vnv Km tl .h M. 3: : p. m ( 1,1.": IUi..Trfi 1! i,u h '. :); . . Vviin n l(iti-n ... 4 tu y. m. a Kite r. S (HI ; I'. (illKS W A I, T . A"!lt iflCK ULUa ft PiiiU HLLW.VY. !lKrt.(r Iml TK TO Til K EAST AND SOUTH Tram leave tt'H I; UUnJ l.tto m. m. Wiv Frui-'ht. i.4i ' KM K.MI.-S(.. !. p. m. M'ul jiimI Expn'fn i.Vi Ttmnigb Frvi-til an.! At ri)iiim;t iUour Toiin arrwe ut Ir-Utnl: .'J(t a. m. 'nmiiuh Kn-uhl jii1 Ao-onmiotUTi.jn 2.1JS p. in. Mini :irni Eipn-.-v. 5.IO K;-i Exprt!tt, I. ml " W iy KrcuMit. rtif Fa-t U riiKf!. i-:iuti Ii-H k Ixliunl tit s :w bi. urnvu.- at I'nina p.m.. ;i'-m..tt'-)t l.i!? p. nt.. al ltt':-Hfir 4.ilit. in , .1 n i.-.mi'i ijlc ill1 p. m Alton 7. -.n p. m., i i,i.:ni i I i p. m , ytM vcrxt H utu- 11 : p. m., Thk S.uib (jav M iU-iu till? I hi' fiK-T Ul-l iJl'K KK-it r.'illr I ;U!poi.tif Tiifl. ii p tn. tr im nnk- - i-m- uuiet 1 u n liilvn wi'h r. It A. l. for -ir vi -! ; jiriiv ciy. ..I ttHli'niur- at 1 V p. m., u t:ii -ttitutoii t. ttt tn.. :ii nLtHikuk p. in , tuiil il J:im P iL'. p. m. A rn vim; at IVoi at ...! p. i'i , :n .Uc;; t., Miim-i Uoim illi tin- I. l. .V. W . jin'I " i" v' "" ftT luti.iim;ioli-, t iii nt'.-t 'ii iIkiv ni allTii! iiin fur i.V t H-i ainl --ititli. ilTKASP TIME SI KK M KtTMNS. :n 1 hV" l'w a iy anv ttn i route. t- .t. r.VJJLK, K. l S K1'ME. ' Of Ul Sii,i;. n TK(. A:-l. ti f) :. m. A' i;'i:n:DO'i.ii im K av .-v.-rv il r. rKfrttf uiu -tv. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE SL PAUL RirLWAY COM PAW. owitst anl rperatx Ofirlv .Vfrm anK: .tr Ihor ytily etpiip,.t-i nud in lllili')!, iww.n, tr-TH Tt tri Hie S!i.rt Line an l Iijst H m'- t tween all prin;Mil ioinKs in t!i N rth wtMl and Kiir Wtst. For ihmm. ti'ii-- t.iM'M, r.-!.'n of pH-r-ie an-J fn itir, t-f . app' v to t Iir nvar.--! m a: ihtj afiil of tti i'inr-i"i, Mitwmik?;.; tfc M.. t':nil (Ci'lw ay or to any niilroi'l arut anywtn're in thj .I n-let' St it 's tir Cm i-la. R. MILLER. A. V. Il.CAKi'ENTKi;. General Manager, i n. V-. A Tkt J. F. TUCKER. GEO. 11. IlEAFFillt, Mil.WAL'UiE, Wi(.:NlS. tf"Fitr mrt in- m rcft-rrnrt tn Special Esr ir clou. chin'iM of tim(.-, mi .lot her it-nt ! iiitir-r-t in ronnrutiiMi with tht: 'hn a.'. Mil wait ke t. Paul Railway. pl?afe r?fr to (.be local column"1 ! this UAper. The Line selected th I'.V Ccv to carry the Fast Mail lira 3 iE 1 Tho Only Thtouch Lm, with iU own tttch, taWwn CHICAGO, PEORIA or St. LOUIS AND DENVER Ejthir by way ot Omahi, Pacific Junction. Atchion KnMfr City It tiawaiM all of tho six titcat S'a'l, ILLINOIS. IOWA. MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, KANSAS, COLORADO With bnnch tin,, lo lhair tmoottant eit.M nd town. It iui3 v,.y day in ttt yfir Uom on, to thi ,lcantly kquippau tnraugh train ovar it, own iik... uv.wivvi. Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omaha, Chicago and Council Bluffs, Chioago and St. josepn Chicago and Atchison, Chisago and Kansas city, . Chicago and Topcka, Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago and Dubuque, Chicago and Sioux City, Ceona and Council Bluns, Peoria and Kansas City, , Peoria and St. Louis, St. Louis and Omaha, St. Louis and St. Paul, St. Louis and Rock Island, 8t. Louis and Chicago, Kansas City and Denver. Kansas City and St. Paul. vcinsas city and omana, Kansas City and bjrllnprton l.-.rt Cnnnvction nvnl, ,t eh of rt. Junction point, h Thmugh Tiain, to and from point locatad on it ii'.nih,.. At Mch of ita Mvoral Eaatarn and Wnatant tarmlnl H conn.cl, in Gland Union Oapnts with ThrnUflh Train 10 an'j hnn. ,11 point in tha Unitod aUIH and tanad. t it tha frmcipal Lina to Can Francisco, Portland and City of Sexto FarTitkota, R,nt, Gen sin I In formal ion, ate., ngardinf iho 8utiinfton Urmtm, calt on any Ticket Agent in tha vim) aiaiea or L,anaaa. of aaarats HENRY B. STONE, PERCEVAL LOWELL Au't Gen'l Manaef, dan'l Fau. AgorriV wniuwtiu. A.SS FOPw THE ; W. L. DOUGLAS ppttt mnterini, norfrrt lit, cfmU nny V or $fiphort w i t i ' . none uuiuh tauuti" ... a-. 'iMii.irt ...IIU PlOf,WllrIlntt'l., t;on. lti-wi, Ituiton anj Larc. It you cnurjut pet tlifwi ahoen from (ItmiHrs, n,-nr mMrvflri on postal carii lo W. L. I'outilaii, Drocl iou. Mtuu. BTrVng wiinipjHiiiM n All Sorts of luirts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mimtan? Liniment PROVIDENCE Helps those who help themselves. Nature Las provided herbs for the cure of human ailments and medical science has discov ered their healing powers, and the proper combinations necessary to conquer disease. The result of these discoveries and com binations is ifllSHLER'S SITTERS- For many years it has been tested in tevcre cases of Sidney and Liver Diseases, Malaria, DySpCp8-a Indigestion, Weak ness, Lassitude, eto., and invariably it has givfhi relief and euro. Thonsands of testi monials have been given, and it is most popular where best known. J. O. Steinheiser. Superintendent of ' he Lancaater.Co., Pa., hospital, writes : " 1 uwil it in rt ltvhI many m.n t.f dyRrTMt. i' it.i'V .llwat.. ln.. .-,.1,11.1!,, ,,t r!,..;.... vi:iiii;i una wriilula. ami luvmiiiUy iUi U.t.t i' ':utf,. 1'. Hoffman, of Circlevillo, Ohio, says: "TtlMlntr.errtirylh.tl 1 have liml the dnit-b i'. ii... aLil t,y umtii.- i,ii,. iH.ltl,. ,,f Mi-lil. r'K UtTb 1. ra a L'uuii.lt'U.' imp run liei-n i-ilr..td." MISHLER HERB ti!5 Commerce St., BITTERS CO., Philadelphia. ?.trLer' Fleasant Worm Sy nip Sever Fiils PURELY VECETABLE, A.U'rtwliiaVpviT.tit lar M ;il;iria, t'mislipiili'Mi, Sick llcail iclie. Iy-pcpin, liiiliinisntss, J iiundiie, Colic, fi iwt l i'oinnlaints Naiist'a, Menial ! iinsion, Ktc, Krc . Kt'. No int ilicit! i-; v, ninicr.iliv u-cd tlu Stxuln ni '.nr p. SimM'JNh L kk IIki.i lat k. 1 won us w.tv mio' vcrv otiiIh ih home hv pure. ffilni ; in,i it. ii there Hkir- f !i ol.ict ot a (loc r .net t: t. 1 v prvseripiiiMi-. 't i a FAMILY MEDICINE, pme'y v ;rt:U,l-: ?t nle in ll- mlion; an rr ftablf. ?tnle in it- ft-lv ivi-n hi ittiv ptTfon. no nia i.icruiiHr Hire, the -pstem It Ii nrnnilv finntttit. titwput,. 'Hi. loae in ou.iiiwa freparatorv Medicine- itmi ran ot' sHciy use a m n a uixtiii t.iiinot In 4'N-il in. iHnrftl iy (K-'miir' "I the hiL'hciat t. ir.n t. r Jiml eiLiiience, z the IIEST FAMILY MKPIC1NK It tin- child ha ihe eHi it ih a t-ure anil sate n tii'-iiy. Ii will rt tor- t-trenytn to thi- vi rworfc- d tHt'i.-r, ami relieve the wile from low Knrtre. h'n-iaju. d!tpwttt. cvotfipiUivn una tikt tils. Minnesota to Georgia. h tvf n-el manv renieilie for dyspepsia, liver iffci tion and ilt btlily. but never have found any fliiusi to 1 -ii 1 lit to tV extent thi Simmunh Liver ItfcorLvr 'K b 1 sent from Mitmenol to lieor- tiiA for ftie remedy and would haw -ut further for ?-urh a itisrticine. ami wnma a ivise ail wno are cunil iriy atf-vlea tt i:iveit u trial. sj it tec ins the only thiiwth.it never fail- to n licve. y. M. JAN MS 1 . MnuiapoU-, Minmnota J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Suit Proprirlum. PIllLADELPUIA. ?A. COUGHS, CROUP g rj COSUFTiONm OFSWI-r- l I m U III AND MULLEIN. Tiie rnf(t puni. inthrreft frm n f rv of the prim'! imnie, trowinc; iiloim Hie riii:fl ft reaiiio lt the (-"inherit StnteM. ronlalim a ntumilHtinic exrui-lo-rrint priin-ipln that hmwna the pjilecrri priHlnetnir the eiirlv nmrniiu; rimuh, ml jitituiilaUfi the iilt 1i lir-w 'IT tliu tatte men 1 1 initio tn rroop aim tEta.ifmiiie-t-nm'li When eiinihined With the tieul- li.C niii-tlaLio"ii iirtinHfle in the mullein plant ef the old Helflr. firfMiitrt In TA VMHIH ClI KHI KB i;t;ii:nv or S i;i;t (irv au Mi l 1 -r.ts the llnent known roHM-rtv for Onurtif. 'r'ti, WUoipiri--oui:h nod CnTmunipti"ii, il i piilattihle. any chM.l is filenuft 10 take ti. Awk your (Irmrul-t for It rrtea. fc."-taua - Walter A . 1'iai lor, Alluul. uia. OF PURE GOD LIVES, OIL And HvDaDhosnhltBSof Lime & Soda Almost as Palatable as Milk. The only pTPparatinn of fOD LIVES OIL that can w t:ihm readily and tolerated for a lung tine Itj delirale stemarhH. AM AS It KM FT Y FOR fQXSI'WPTIO ht Ull! I Mil S rFMTI(. AA1HA, itn, I'Kv.n.i ry. iroruiiK ami thiioat af. 'n.("fiis, nil ail riAyriM) nisiiitliFiis or tin JtKKN it J. mrtrrr-ll.iiiK In it, rvnlla. 1 !dcrilM.l aud ornlonicd by tlu Um( t'liyslciaaa Id tb,i coiuitrlts o tbe world. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. S. T. WATKINS, (SnceuirMir to WATKINS & UILL,) Dealer Is . Dry and Green Wood. Will also attend to Battling of all sleds Office at yard, corner of 85th street on Mollre ivenue. Telephone Ho. Vi orders may imp oct-lfi-dtf OUT OF THE COMMON RUN. ITEMS OF INTEREST CAUGHT FROM THE TELEGRAPH WIRES, C.nimt-ii(-riiicm KxetrUii. win. k -rmli!ai, ami tSlie a Colored tiiil IVrriljIo IfAi!i or Utile ij- An Ii i-h liommuw- S;ti Jnnes Kniark-. VisrKNKKs, Ind., June IS. -The mot cuiiar oommfiicnwat exercise vw known lit this section of tbe country WLre bM iu the ininues high scboul Friiay. There ns but oue groUuatA. a colore, girl mimed lirace Jliewer. Tha eight while girls who wore nit-mU'ra of tUe&Mitor class refused to join in tbe e .orcis, b a thu school authori ties tluclaretl tbecoinnt;u -jiiiunt bhould take place. At 3 o'clock the pu lie-school chapol was cniwdr'd to nijilocjilH n. 1'rof, T;i ir in-ti-odur.Hl Mik ttrewei the class ol issrt aoU iba youn luly iead a nieriuiri nis es sy entit!el ' i'be education ot tiie C olored Youth." Soceral U-autilul white children pas3ed through tbe audiou e alter the essjiy was read aud cuUuclod a large imuirerof bouquets, 1 'rot Tu y lor presented I ho graduate with a diploma in a lew wll cbosea wonts. Miss brewer as presented .with a magnillcvnt silk badice by theLadive ISuifrae association ot Kokooio, lad. A fKu tionof tbe white members of her dass sout Miss Ui-ewcr a letter of congratulation. Wasn't rreacUhiK to NVroef. Indian Ami.is, Ind., June The .JWa iSmall iijcetings ure a dis; point iwmt t3 the evangehbts. 'i'bere is no complaint against the attendance, the hall is crowded at every service, but the results are t.nialt an.i few. Not to exceed tifty have professed conversion. Thursday night Jon ?s preached a sermon that wax. universally com mended for iU manner and matter, and prcHluced the bast impression he has made, rriday night he eila-ed tliat impres sion largely by complaining about tbe in difference of lndiaiiairohs people toward his work. "If 1 bad preached such a sermon a that of Friday night." h said, "to a negro con gregation in Ueoria, I woul I havo had a thousand conversions i lutea l of the paltry half dozen that came up." Ui tie Hoys Sutler Tnthie IealliH. Tkkke IlArTE, Inil., June -1. Two boys, aged 7 years, one the son of H. Welle, ttia station agent at lana, Ind , aud the other the son of J. K l eer, a merchant, while playing about . th grain elevator, slipitod into a bin of moving corn, when they were tviu.'lit in tbe vort;, drawn off tbe car, and snio'hervd. Their bodies were found at the bottom of the by wedged close to the mouth of tho chute. Hay CiTt. Slicb., June -1. Friday after noon Frank U ranger, uged 7. was caught in a t en-lless chain in the sawdust elevator at the W elch mill, WestBayC'ity, drngtzedup an incline, and dumped into the refuse buruer. Five minutes later his dead body was taken out frightfully burned. An Ivt.th Komne. N kw Yokk, June -1 . Se vera! month ao Anuie Sbeely, a youn Irish lass, wait ing at tbe lable of her master, Mr. Carroll, In land, was nx-ultett by one of the gU'-sts who htm been drinking too Invly. John Carroll, a son of the I amily, knn; ked the insutter down aud followed up this bit of gallantry by falling in love with the pretty Annie. He said he would marry the girl, and Carroll pere turned him out of the boue. He came t-o America and dug ditv nes tor a living. This week Annie arrived at Castle (.harden, and was scarcely ashore before her ditch- digging. disinherited lover spied her, and, lugging her ot totbe lev. rather John J. K 1 or dan, married hvir on the sKt. A Mierly Old Woman. lit rsTOif, June Tbe poli.-e werenotitied Friday evening that an old woman named Kitty Murphy, lying in a rookery on Kings ton street, was dying of starvation, fcshe wa taken to the station house, where she gave her business as that of a rag-picker, aud said she had gone three days without anything to eat by order of tbe oflicer in charge she was searched, when it was das coveted that she bad &O0 in coin and green backs lastuned to the inside of her rags all cv.t her body. 1 ired of the "Keign of Terror. Detroit, June 21. The men employed by Knapp Ac Avery, stone dealers, wont out on a strike Thursday because the lirm dis charged two men, owing to a slackness of work. Tbe strike now threatens to spread to all tue stone-cutters in the union be;e. The bosses have agreed to stand together and architects and others, who say they have become tired of the "reign of terror"' inaugurated by the labor organisations in tbe building trad -s back them up. Keleat:d tram Imiirtaoniuent fnr Vvh L"XG Isuvsd City, N. Y, June 11. Es- Mavor Ueury S. lievoise, who has been con- tineJ in the county ,iail for three years be cause of his inability to pay a judgment of O0,TW) obtained against him by the city, was released from eonhuement ou the civii judgment Friday under the new law against inun tsonmect lor debt tie was held, how ever, on a bench wa trout to answer the criminal indictment yet standing against him. At i?Hte 1 for Hunting mid Jeering. KtSAiUMij, Fa., June 1. Warrauts have been sworn out by tilazer aud Frame for the arrest of some fourteen persons who have been hanging around their cigar manufactory lutimiifetuig and threatening their euipolye. The warrants were not ser.ed until Friday evening. When the non-union cigarinukers went to work at o'clock Friday alternoon they were hooted aud leered. Tltf Miner' Association. AltuOxa, Fa., Juuelil. The Miner and IjiL-orera1 Amalgamated Association of Pennsylvania cljsed it session here Friday, A committee of live was appointed to con fur with the executive tioard ol the Knights of Labor for tha puriKhte of establishing system whereby tbe two organizations will act toiretuer. The nest meeting of the as stK'iation will bo held at Harrisburg, in June, If 1. A ru utlr AKln-t the flash l'hto-. New Vohk, June 21. Anthony Cotn- !oek ba yielded to the demand of the newsiiers that tbe Hash advertising pbo- Utgr'rbs of certain brands of cigaiettus be sui'i'iessed, and will inaugurate a crusade a ;aois the objectionable pictures by w.'trumg store keepers not to disilay them. Voted fur No License Kp-ttMONO, Vs., June 2!. Fifteen counties of this state have Voted on tbe liiiuor license question. Twelve of them voted against granting license. The re maming counties will vote in tho falL rorblfl t Juln the KnlKhts. Unaito RAPirw, Mich., June 21. Tbe an nual synod of tbe Dutch Reformed church, in session here, has condemned the Knight of Labor and forbidden members of church from oining them. THE BOOT Or THE EVIL. To ihorouL'hlv cure scrofula it is nece sarv to slrike directly at the root of the evil. This is exactly what Hood's San. napariile docn, by acting upon the blood, thoroughly cleansing it of all impurities, and leavinff not even a taint of scrofula in the vital fluid. Thousands who have been cured of scrofula by Hood's Sarsap rilla, testily to its wonderful blood purify ing qualities. Sold by all druggists. Four well known young ladies startled Grand Rapids, Mich.", people by parading the slreeiH in fulI.Japanese costumes, um brella, "waddle and all. I have been a periodical sufferer from Hay fever (a most annoying and loath some affliction), since the summer of 1879. and until I used Ely's Cream Balm, was never able to find auy relief until cold weather, I can truthfully say that Cream Balm cured me. I regard it as of great value, nd would Dot be without it during the Hay fever season. - L. M Gkoboia, BiDghampton. N. Y THE NEWS IN 6RIEF. The tyrant-Volante race wiu nnt mn t fit L0U19 Friday. -Hatririn thm nnrnor f Tyrant, paying forfeit Acting Secretary of the Trnnsiirv Fair. child estimates the receipts for the next fiscal year at about I'T&.tWHW. During the three years of its use the Brooklyn bridge has served 51.5o,t'Ai ivaa- seners and earned in toto l tus 710 Mr. Antleraon, of Kansas, presented a resolution in the bouse Friday providing for the Una! adjournment of congress July Twenty members of tbe Louisiana legis lature have joined in a protest to the gov ernor against li s signing the bill known as tbe Sunday law. Cholera hag appeared at Cadigora, on the To, eight miles from the Adriatic. Sixteen new cases, on an average, are daily re ported at Venice. The arguments on the motion for a new trial for ltrooks, alias Maxwell, at Hi. Louis, wore concluded Friday, the judge re serving bis decision. Joseph llait, aged K, nephew of Josh Hart, manager of the Theater Comi-jite at New York, accidentally shot and killed himself Friday morning. The Michigan Lumber company, of Creenville, have sold thoir saw-mill, pine lands, and logs on hand to A. F. brewer and others of Kast Vagina w, for $ JoaOiX). The Y'allop-Degroot company, wholesale deali?rs in tailors' trimmings at St l'aul, Minn., have tailed for jftW.UOil, with assetsof iM-V-! They owe three Chicago houses "Sixteen hundred reports received by a Toledo lirm from the six principal winter wheat states give the prospects favorable, except iu Kansas and Michigan. Tbe indi cations are that the farmers Will soil freely immediately after threshing. Fire in tbe Uoswoi th block at FJgiu, 111, Friday morning, destroyed the militia armory, aud resulted in the deluging of the various ollice.4 and stores, causing a toUl loss of about f .'N.IK'O. Tho state losos $l,rMI0, and the militia cotupauy The Cincinnati Ktjutrer publisheil an arti cle Friday charging live members of the Cincinnati base Hall club with ' throwing games, aud producing affidavits seriously mpucu ng the honesty of Tony Mullane, the pitcher. The latter states that the arti cle is a menu, vile, aud malicious attempt to injure hiuielf and other mem bora of the team. Friday's games by the National league showed the following scores: At i ewton I'hiladelphia ! rioslon 'J; at New York Washington 4, New York 10. American association: At rittshurg loutsvife Alle gheny 4; at I'hiladelphia I Baltimore ., Ath letio 4; at St Louis Cincinnati it, St Iouii 11; at Brooklyn Metropolitan .", Urook lyn Sk Resistance to the arrest of an unruly sailor on board the American bark Don Justo at Colon, United istates of Columbia, resulted tn the prefect bringing forward a s-uad of policemen and soldiers, who opened fire on the vessel, which they next loarded, and began shooting down the hatchways. rotir sailors were killed, and two probably mortally wounded. 1'asteur has treated over 1,'JtV patients for hydrophobia. His late American patient, Miss Atnalia Morosini. of New York, returned tu excellent health ana spirits. 1'asteur is professor of biology in the Institute of France, and so compensation to the scientist goes projierly in tbe form of subscription to the institute. The 1'asteur fund is now over a million francs. He does not consider his theory thorougly proven. though results nave Deen eminently satis factory. AFRAID OF THE HANGMAN. lndleted Cliiratfo Anarelil-ts Want To He Tried elarately. CHU Aiio, June ill. The line of defense of Spies, Fukten, Schwab and Neelie has been mapped out, and an application for a sep arate trial for each of them has been tiled with Estate's Attorney GrinnetL Affidavits filed by the four men indicate that they will attempt to save tbemseivse by sacrific ing Engel, Lingg aud Fischer. Thee affi davits set forth that the affiants are ready to refute tbe charges of conspiracy and co operation in tbe plans of violence laid and executed at the Hay market on the night of May 4. Iney hold that, being innocent, trial of all the accus.d would jeopardise their chances of establishing their claims. IVlll Improve on the Regular Style. Wheeling, W. Va,, June 21. A letter from tirantsville says between 12 and 1 o'clock Tuesday ni-ht thirty men in dis guie, with blankoLs and sheets thrown over tiieiaselves, rode into town an I inquired for Reece blizzard, attorney for Sickles and son, who assassinatel young Sturm April last Not rinding iilizzard. a note was left for him informing him that theVle fendants must be tried at tbe present terra of court, or the town would be visited again, and Sickles aud son banged to tbe tir --I tree. THE MARKETS. Chicago, June VJ. Qui taiionc on th 1 oard of trade to day wete x loiluwp: heat -No. "J June, opened and tiosi-d (Uf - July, . ned cleceU 73!nc: Auru.-t cpeucd ami v'.o d H;s' Jtdy . op.-i.e 1 Xk-, closed -i '-c; August, ope. red 'WV-. lo-ed Scil-, . O it- No. Jnue, ' ptned and dotted -i'. ltc; July, uueiii i.'.c, clnscd i'.sf. JVrk .mue, op. ned a id c o?cd Jul . . i-p-'n d end closed Ang'-is-t. oprued mill c:o ill N'J,,:2. l.ard Jtiiie. iipuned 0,1M, cl ifed ifii.l.M j. Live Stock Tb:-a tioii sock yarJs report th (uiluwui range of iriitr-: Hoytj Markc opftiei a-tive and firm a. i. liecliiie from e-ter- day t finrec, il purde Imyiitt;; li.iit rdeii j.i.5;i,4.,J K ronirh mt k.a IS'l.lOv tmavy am niin-d IjI. 4.u.f;4.-l. t':itte Murk -l tjuiet mi. without lUoi&hU' cituuiri; alues weak. l.ras fed iialive :e rs. a.u.). .t'tt; corn fed offeriugi tH.'-HK. !,.'.; laru'cly ;tt i.-9a ..tO; nati ve tew f'.4t.t3.Jf; hull'. i-:.'C--i.2: uttH kere. M 3.r0: feeders. f'f.'Vif4.4i. Shci p Values steady and uticSanL'ed ; deinaud fair. I.niiiiix S-i . St 1 per head; sheep, f ' f r ikfi:ri:r to ih icc pliucipttliy at ti.i.:U,.'. Fnda e: l-utter - I'itra K'iu crcauiery. V p t I"; o 1 to 'Duic; t"eanij-... 11,-. i.;:t: d:i-ry HrVl. ; rtititi;'. tMir.e. tgr Slndlv IreMi !'..((-, n- ilo.. Luc p-'iiliry t'hi' ) bum, ie pt lh. for hensaiid 1c lor r ool r ; ciUi'h, h spring ehuUei 1 1" -l.V. p:h s !ic - l tancy. M.i (tftt.ifc p r bid, S.iswl-rr e-- Jl:c..I y,m, 4C(f(;T5r per H (i cane. hew rk. Nt o ii:.. Jcrj" lil. Wheat No I red. ettte. o". ; -M) J r d winter. Mc; No 1 while ,.t' , .:; No - mi wi ter, AnuM. K"c: o, t-ph miHt. n--. C- rn No . mixed, can;'. -I. . ..o Ju y, .r?'4-. : s N 1 while Kbtepnt, 4".'i-; u i no. :isi ; .n ir: s.., June, toe, bye dull; 1i,ir.y ii'Hiiinal. P.-i dull; new mew -i 10X.". Liiid --july Auiruf M. Louliu Br, Lorn?, June J!'. Wheat Mrorg and IV hi'br; No. red cai-h, VNftat'--:; July, i-c hid; Aogust 7:.'4e tdd Com Firm: No, mixed eah. ,(i)S: Je; .luly yt; Aujritxi, Si-'ac- O.iis -Strong; No. a niUd rush, c; July. -JV1. hid. August, 4 ,c hid. K ye K irm ; M: W lnsky-41 . W. l'ork-M re a S'.o,;!.-. lrd Klrat; M llwaukf1. Milwai'ibs, June If. Wheat Si ro- f ; canh, '3e; July. T-r; Aognrt 7-!c: St pteiiih-T. Wse. Cm-cJuiet; No. 31V. (tt Ai t ve; No. ti. t-4r. liye Jfirin No. 1, wic. liwr.ey- Stioi.g r ; No. a. 4H '4c HOCK ISLAND. O IU Hay Timothy tO.OO. Hay Wild ti 0 liye 'i'r. t"orn- --fc. Potfttoen 5c. Obhinn Wtc. ol Soft U : hiii 11 .s 5i "My Only Family Medicine." "I have been a user of Simmon's tivi Regulator for many years, having mad itmv only farailv medicine. It is a pun ffood and reliable medicine. My uiothe before me was very partial to it. "I find the Ret ulator very safe, harm less and reliable as a family medicine and have used it for auy disorder of the svstem and found it to act like a charm I hltf.ve if it was used iu time it would prove a great preventative of sickness I have often recommended it to my friends and shall continue to do so. "Kkv. Jas. M. Rolmns, "Pastor M. E church, South Fail field Va, "To J. U. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia. The editor of the Bristol (TauD.)CtwnVr has been presented with a strawberry weighing one ounco. - THOUSANDS BAT BO. Mr.T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes: I nevtr hesitate to recommend your Electric Bitters to my customers, they cive entir satisfaction and are rapid sellers." Electric Bitters are the purest anil best meditine known and wilt posi. lively cure Kiduey aud Liver complaints Purify l he blood andrupulatc the bowels. No family can alTord to he without them. They will Pave hundreds of dollars in doctor's bills every year. Sold at tifty cents-a bottle by Ilartz & Bah d sen. Over one hundred works written within tbe past century have placed the lime for the beginning of the millennium between 1885 and 1890. Coitainly the Best. Papillon (Clarke's extiuet ot fiax) Cat arrh Cure, from an experiment, hat grown to be the a knowlede;ed superior of any remedy for similar purposes. Purely vegetable and scientifically pres p'H'.il, it is absolutely harmless, and e Heels ( tires where all other known re medies and the most learned medical taN ent fail. That it is a favorite wiih all classes is evidenced by tbe fact that dur- the past two years, tJu.UOU gallons avo been sold. Positively cures catarrh av fever, colds, etc.. etc. Large hollies illy $1. For Kale by II. 11. LVSunto. A mountain grouse, while pursued by a hawk. Hew into Lake City, Colo., and through a pane of tliree-eighllis-ineb pi ale glass which coat $70. Cocaine, Iodoform or Mercurials iu auy form in the treatment of catarrh or Hay fi ver should be avoided, as thev are both ujurinus and dangerous. Iodoform is ssily delected by its ohVnsive odor. 1 he nly reliable catarrh remedy on the mar et today is Ely's Cream Balm, being free from all poisonous drills. It has cured thousands of acute and chronic cases. lu re all fill ers have failed. A particle applied into each nostril; no pain: reeable to use. Price tifty cents of A scarcity of $1 and l notes in New Haven, Conn., is catisintr much incon venience to the local business people. Time Died aud true is Dr. Hielow's ure. which combine, the good qualifies fall (he best cuimh remedies, without 1I1 fc i ts of ativ of them. It euits roinptly and permanently coughs, colds, roup, whopping coujili, itmuetja. urom hitis. Imarsent'ss, incipient consumption, nd all throat and lung disease?, healing the lungs. Sate aud pleasant for child-. Price, 50 cents aud , of drug- tfds. The artcbi.iu wells, it is believed, will me day convcit the atid-sUktd plains jf Texas into a fruitful region. r.UCKLLN'S AHN1CA SALVE The greatest medical wonder of the world Warranied tn sjircdily cure burns, bruises, cut's, ulcers, salt rheum, lever sores, can cers, piles, chitbbmis, corns, letter, chap ped hands, and all skiu eruptions, gturan bfd to cure iu every instauee, or money funded. "Hi cents per box For -ale by II art 7. A- Kahn-w-n Hm-ntly burglars siimiHaiienusly hioke into twenty tive houses in Mactin, Mo.. iiu.l secured much, plunder. IIOM'OliD'N CII I'HOSI'HATE KOK OVEK WOKKED FEMALES Dr. J. P. Cowan, Ashland, U., says 'It proves satisfactory as a nerve tonic also in dvapeptic conditions of the slomaeh, with "eneral debility, sueh we find in overworked females, with ner Tous hcadaebe anil its accouipauiments." CLARKE i- ,ts i.-' .tr i "..in v- NO TEE! UNTIL CURED! JUifA written puarantpe of cure piven tn every t-t linoerUiKcll. 'ii cnsui laiiwua r rsrtJ n acrril. lr. Clarke s I'tjlebratnl Kcui ii nnujs fin main envelopes' two BiamM I. I). CLAKkK. m. D.186 so. lUVKsV bT, lit II u nn. Cores Female Complaints. A Great Kidney Eemedy. 3f- SOLD 7 ALL BSTJ8BISTS. WO MORE WASHBURNFS l SURE CURL Iinmi'diaie itrli f IVrmaneut Care rWIHE CHEAT INTEIiXAL IJItECJIATIC REJf-i-nre (tir A-tne or JL fl.V fiml only ri Chmme Klifmiwtioi. Cout, Nfiiraliria. Stiatiea, Lamt Kaii. .v- AVH-ht.iinie'r. Siilii-vtu-a Is ten atiiMKii an. I Iiuh i'lired mcirt nrsr-ua in thut tune th:in nil th.- so-i jsIUiJ " S--itif and ht- FmUuhohs OCUriLI 1'rle A. -I. I whlrh exiMt. tn Iht- hUHHi nit Uiiim.' lrMiblet with Rheu- iiiitti' i'lMTilerx fc!niorttl liy fthyMelaiis ami tttoiisAti'leof ciircl t'jiiir'iiis." V rtte for titmiontaLi l aovii t' tree, (t'.mn li"X ; t! lniNs inrfLOi. ISolit ilnidstx. A;k tT-Wa-Iilmiiitr'-tSMlMM ll.-;i"ai"t cnl i tiltii'r: r wml to n. W'ASHltl'KNK SAUi'YLU A M F Gi., M lindwa,Aw Vrk. NO MORE OR GOUT Acurr an chronic SURE CURE. Alftl'lON ANlMflMMISSION W. H. LTJNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL " Attend iSalow , IH KITHIH CITY ORCOUMTKY, at moderate charges, or ReceiveConsignments and make prompt return. eeond Avenna B0CX ISLAYD ILL MATHEYCAYLUS1 Used for over ?r ymrm with f;nat nueewsby th fhvtticianif of ruritt, New York nnd lyjudn, and pupnriur to all otli.-rn ft rtlie prMini't rimi of All caea,r"Tvnt er of Ion: standing. I'nt up only in Olaex IJotik-a r'nltiiniiic o4 iniiMd'Kaeh. 1'tUrE S.-fc CKN'fS, MARINO 1I1KM THE CUEAl'J-ST rrirfBninTTT Tlfl MAKE MONEY Fortnnen yearly made by encceeiifijl opera torn tu sfntr.lrn. crrAin and oil. Tliic invrstmuu) fretntiy pay from $r00 to $4.(11 0 or more on each SlUO invested. Keliahle correspondent waiited." Addr as for circulate, WILLIAM KICrlAROS, Banker and Broker, i juu-i-dw as, 46 A U Broadway. New for. Jdminibtrator's kotice. E;Ute of Frederick W. Kellerstrass, deceased. The undersigned, having been appointed admin iftratrixof the eftateof Frederick W. Keller straes, late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no tice that the will appear before the oonnty court of Rock Inland connty. at the office of the clerk of said court, in tbe cily of Rock I-laud, at the July term, onthe second Monday in July next, at whic h time all persons having claims against said estate arc notified and requested to attend for the pnrpn',e of buving the same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate are reqoested to make im mediate payment tx the undersigned. Dated this 17th rtsvof Mav. A. P.. USS. MARGARET B. KELLERSTRASS. Administratrix. M.M. 8TUBOEOW, Att y, mli-d4w Passage Rates Reduced. ANCHOR LINE. STKAMEKi EVEKY SATl'HDAY from New York In l.UNl.OH AMI IOMMIMIH1BY Ratet o( iaaizt' to or Irom New York, Glasgow. Liverpool, Lnndon - di-rrv or Uelfnst, Cablnii, (45 and 'f 5S Scconil Clses, t30- ATLANTIC ESI'IirSS SKBVH", . LIVERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN Miwuialiip "LI TV Ob H(111. fmiu tw irk, Widni-hdaT, Juni' .IillVj!. Aug. IH, Sept. 15. Saimin Pai;e, (80 awl npwar lu. SeeoniHIass, S35. rjttrage outwiud or pn-paid, eilber Benrip.'. H20. For Books of Tours. Til k.-ln. or other Infornia- tlon.apiilv to HKNDEHSUN HHllTHEKS, Chl- caco, or OLIVER OLSKN. Hock Island. 111. fSJk WHEAT WM Baking Powder. (GOLD MEDAL AT HEW ORLEANS.) i:itdort-d by the lcadinir Ilutela in the C ountry Aiirvc(l by the Government t'hc niiMb lor the Indian loinmiion. FrtitiHftKd 1K5. NKW YORK. PHOSACID. Pennyroyal CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH. Tit K UU1UINAL AND ONLY lENl'INB. Sufe and always reliable. Heware of wobthlksk tinttinns ; liidifiieiiriaoie Tor laimkm. abk your Drnirniot lor "riueHEHTKR'it English'1 and Uke no otlnT, or inelone tc. (Stamps) to ue for partic Iat? in Itiur by retnrn mail. NAME I'aPKB. OHieHKHRrR CttltMICAla to.. iit'l Mmlioon Sou are, I'himnciunia. va. Trade supidii'd hvilKO. I. OxUWlN & VO-. uoitcaie Aizeuu, uomud, mxet. A25-CentBookforl2-cts. EURtKA RECITATIONS, Ry Mrs. Anna Kaniiall Hefhl. the ct-lebr.ited Iht an-l t-l.icilimnst. rive liumhers now nraiiy. Ea.-h one rontams liH pa-es and hand from.' Ii' h.arrapli ro.er. I'rlre onlv 1 cents tai h. Addres-.1 s. imlLVIE A (t.. pnlilislierf, (!'. II. box 7J 31 Hose slrei t.New York. SI uiw Ft KB, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J, E. Loosley & Co., GBSKhAL Insurance Asrents jyf Losses proniptly adjusted and paid at this agency. (Sutccsfoi of Hayes & Cleaveland.) Aei-ncy esUMished 188. Olflec in Ben;ston's Block. Buiord & Loosley, -OBNKRAL- Insurance Agents. Thfc old Pir and Time-Tried votnpiuittia Ra- pt;?enU-d LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. Hate? at low u-n Reliable Oomp.icy cud ffui' You T'atronairr n sltcttei tpgrofll' 11. Atvw Hlofk. O. E. MILES Engrayer on EXECUTES CUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates furnished in any U'lmhet. Office and Refdeiice rear of Christian Chapel, Brady tttreti. betwecc 4th and 5th, DAVENPORT IA A PGSIT1VE Cure without Medicine. Patented Oft. lti, ltT On box will care el mo t obstinate case in four day or lee. ALLAN'S KJlied BOUGIES, No nar none down of ctihebs, copaiba or oil of sandalwood that are certain to produce dype sia bv dettrovinir the coatinan f the stomach. Price 51.50. bold by an drupiTits or mailed on receipt i on receipt Gil of price, if or rim her panic tiarv t-ena for circular; P O Box J C ALLAN CO. nv6vr fk. John str. t-t Nt work. LOANS 1 lo 4 per cent per annum, three mouths lo ii Lifetime in duration on good security. INVESTMENTS wiil m ctire one KKT'NMW K 20-TH K KIIOND and oue ITALIAN RK1) ROSS BONl, the next redemotion which oon Ukei place Every Bond participate. in four Redempiion Drawint-B aumially.anq b;.i more than one chance lo obtain a Premium of from fJli.MK'to liHiuiO. as interest viu the inosttnent. and the bofld at all lime 8 are worth thHpface value: and wuat lie redeem d by the'r resK-ct-ive Kovernmen's, the nome as our t'nited Mates tjovernnient Bonds. No Blank, no lick wh itever. and iiundreds of opportunities of reoemptiun. with premiums runtnjr from (HO t IfttHi.lKfU tiii.irm Lire neing one of tiie larsest premiums. $3 will secure mc of these bond for the next redemption. KemiiJ-i bv Macer order, Praft, Registcr'd Letter or Bxpress. Balance payable tn monthly mstaiments. L. iiovarumeut uonnson monto ly payments. Address for circnlars. etc.. t;. W. FOHTRR, Banker. jun-3-dw 42 Broadway, New York. WILSON These Wafhboarda are made with Kent-Wood rim. The Btroni; ot l"tds and bwt waauara in tlw -rid. Jfor taie oy au ocawci. ao other. SAGINAW WV'Ci CO . may 17-dwly WE AK MEN! WSStsSJTS 153igE3S. rt 'tly Him New lMi-aovfw Elertric- 'Ji ttJdireSiv thriuj;li )! i'll pmrtf.rrrtnr hifi thMnfV to hf-altti and Vij:Ru8trvntih. Elrtin Cumiit ,J Ut iDstantlv or cf. rftrt f 'i.nOO tn nh. OrrrtImir.iMin tf ypr Il lh-r Ih-Hb. Wunt iimi m t-lHsiwTitlycnriliii1iirt-Biii.Hitlin. fi,1-t pinfililt:t4c. alamp The Sandcn Electric Co. 169 LaSalle at., Chicago. may 7-i w 1 r WESTERN 'INVESTMENT ! Two-stntrv buck bitsiin' hoit-e. fronts two main str eii. Crowins County Seat. Kan 838 5 OOO po''dttiou Will sell hardware and miplenRut birsinefs Part cash, part lon ttm- Kstablished eight T . Aunital eae SIXTY THOUSAND. Be quick. Box S54- ST- JosKfU. MO. DriCUCCC'CiHSESnnrtcrjUF, tiyone CflrRCvOwbo wiu deaf ratnty-eiphl yen; utiU'.A by niwt of tlte B'lteH ,iei-)Nliife of tbe day arilh no beuetlt. C'wrrrf himtetf fa time moiiUia.and aisce tbea bondreda of other I by aaane procara; a plaia, aimple and eacceaafal home treatment; add re T: b. FAfiE. t'ii Jfaat WHO atii jew ion iMft imn-at. MM the: moi.tisik w agon. The Moline Wagon Comp'y MOIaXriTK, ll jljINOIry Manufacturer? o' Fam, Spring aud Freight Wutif. A full aud ecniylHo Hue of I'i atfciim and other Hh.ino Wacom, eKfjcrially adapt , to the Wcrilcin Trade, of superior workman-' l:i and finish. tlllur-lrated Frire bint re' ou s;1'1h'mIiot. Set the Woiie W ajroti piirehufiDv ethers AND OTHKK HKST-rLAf-ti MACHINES, AT S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room, Third Ave., and TwentiHli .St., Hu k Inland, 111., and 26 Uratly Stifct, Davt-iiptut, luwa. f l'TfiniH and prices defy f(i!ii'tiliiii. All kinds of Machines Repaired and Warranted. if Oil, Ne ll.', in I s.i iplt.'. lor all I, lie's of M o .i,i-s k.'iti in ?t'i-U. 4. ADAM CATHOLIC BOOK STORE, 2205 Fourth Ave., Kotli Island, op St. Mary's Church, Keeps on hand a larire assorlment of I'ravvr ll.nik. Wax Candles, Devotionals, Blationerv (Jooilsof nil hinds, Picture Frame, Elc. r tSul)sriit'lioi.s received for lireriiiiii's Life of ( Ijrist and all Nepairs aurl Nagttiiws at pillilllnrs lowest Deiies, J54 CHCO HG K Restaurant and BKEKSTEAK, ()Vr aiciis Al Lothar Harm's IMace. corner First ) Avenue and Kiulileenth 1 ( THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Propnetor, Second Avenue, Opp- Harper House. JlTThe Tivoti" han Htely bvvn trHii-fi.rmed into n IMlari' t qtiahnq in every reiiec.t the fine ealooufin Chicago am! rurparlii auythin in the three diet A nnmher ol Mechautc&l Fani keep the eetahlli-hmeiit eiKil during the not wiiither The Liijiiid h frtbhnttntt dlfpeuced al thin et-uhlishmem in in keeping with ith rami initoovcineul. An elegant hioeli er'vd evi-ry morning. All kindit o( iSntulwichet. eerreii on horl eotiee. EXCHANGE JH RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. gALOON And BlLL1ARD HALL Below the C. R. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Uock Island. Dl. Imported aud Domestic Bier ami Wine, Fine ubi:ots and Ci-trs al , iys ou hand. THE CENTRALJ - NO. 1717 SECOND AVENUE, JOHN C. LaFRENZ, - PROPRIETOR. A choice st.wk of Beer, wine, Li-iuir-i age is respectfully solicited. ui. I JOSEPH VALENTIN, Proprietor of the CITY HOTEL, A fine stock of Wines. Bet r. 1 lrFree Liionch every morning. WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE but tY fcAAMININC mr-L 1 1 r CHICACO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY By reanon of Its central poHltlr-n nnrl close relation to all principal liner, Font and West, at initial and terminal points, constitutes tlio uioKt important mid-continental link in that Bvntom of through, tranenortutlon which invites and facili tates travel and tralilc between cities of the Atlantic and Pacillc Coaeta. It Is also tha favorite and lie.-it route to mid from points EaBt, Northeast and Southeast, and eorrespondingr points W est. Northwest and Southwet-t. The Bocte Island system includes in if... main lino and branches, Chicaaro, Joliet, Ottawa, LaSalle, Peoria. Ot-neseo, Moline mid Koclc If land. In Illinois; Davenport, MuscaUne, Washintrton, Fairfleld, Dttumwa. Oskalooso, West Liberty, Icwa City, Dos Koinos. lnditmola, Wlnterset. Atlantic, Knoxville, Audubon, Harlun, Guthrie Centre aud ColtncU Blulrs, in Iowa; Uallatin, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri ; Leavenworth and Atchison, in K-wisas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and M. Paul, in Minnesota; Wntortown In Oakota, and hundreds of Intermediate cities, towns, villages and etatiens. THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Ouarantea Its patrons that sense or porsonnl Fnrurity afforded by a solid Ihorourliiy billistod road-bed: sraootu tracks ol continuous steol rail; sub-t-tanviillv built culverts and bndires; rolling btock as near perfection as liu-nan skill cin make it, the safety appliances of patent buflero, platforms r.n-i r.ir-bralios; and that exacting discipline which governs tho pmcticrj tipomtion of all its trains. Other spociofiis of this route are Transfers at ; II connecting points in Union Oapota, and tho unsurpassed comforts and lururlos of its Passenger Equipment Tin Fast Express Trains between Chicago and the Mieaourl River are com tma of well ventilated, finely upholstered Day Coaches. Magnificent Pullman l'ulacN bloopers of ilia latest dosltfn, and sumptuous Dlnluir Cars, in whKh Jaborr.tly cooked meals are leisurely eaten, "(rood Digestion wottln cm Appetite, and Health on both." Between Chicago and Kan sax city and iltchisau, are also run tus Celebrated Reclining Chair Cars. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Is the direct and favorite line between Chicago and Minneapolis and et. Paul, .u1?-5?,!n?Ptlon9 ttro made In Union Denots for all points in the Territories and Britten Provinces. Over this route. Past Express Trains ara run to tho watering places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and bunting and Ash ing grounds of Iowa and Minnesota. It is also tho most desirable route ta tlia- -ncb wheat fields and pastoral lands of interior Dakota. StIU another DIRECT LINE, via Seneca and Kankakee, baa been openeu TOtweenNewport News, P.ichmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Lafayette and oounca Bluffs. Kansas City, Minneapolis and St Paul and intermediate points. For detailed information see Maps and Folders, obtainable, as well as Tickets, at all principal Ticket Offices In tbe United States and Canada: or uy addressing . .. . R R. CABLE, E. 8T. JOHN, rai:U)iil tna! aenaraj Manager, Chleaos. fitnaral Ticket tni Faaaanqar AgM, CMca"f KLOTZ, PA HISS Oyster DeDot. ani (Jame in kasun, Kotk Island, 111. Ciir - on A fair stive of public pa Corner of Twentieth Street and Second avenue .iquor and Ctgarf- always on h:id, ai d couitiutis tn etu'ent iu all. GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL THIS MAP, THAT THE -HVr place iM.jriMiiiiaCTriWjriW