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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1886.
ItAILROAH TlME TABLE. rnu a;o, i:m'K (slam ft & pah nr. Train U are for Chicwjo. P Buerger.. .. 7:40 ft m .. S:l0am ,10:15 a m . 5:45 p til .1M:-;i p ui . r:9a m . ! :4.S a in . H:: u in . 4:4Hpm , if.'Z p m . 1 :H ut LaSalle Paniieugvr... fa.teeii'jcr Arriee from (7nV.;. UaSalle IV-i Arriv Dav Kci.fe Kit'l M i il fir.vt i m - ;iit i M ul ii:p in 10 : W V m M,iinf.o'. 5:5m T :T p hi ii'M'i p m Nitlil K : re- ('outfit ft! up. !i Kjri:' Mali.... r:'5 in 1 1 Mil 111 ::lll p mi Ail.nuM iu:fi- nm: a in ... H:Sipm i -15 a in I'bt Ki Fly 'i MH p in .-..-t, Moll,..- Av.-ti'l -. .(. V. I:H1K V-ti'. I Hit Vtil, i;i 'Kl.tMil'd A Wt lM'l. XKlti V ft it: t; a. it 7 I. i: 'At r. m 7: if f .M ! 1 tliA.H . Aeiit. VI' s in ... en a ii p in ti-ri t:.1l n in - li i: ti : iii a ut 'V.' t.:3 i p m -. . U:W 11 II) !:. - m 'i:Tipm !t:ipm . lI'if-MK-i. A,;.Mir. Hi' K hock isiami a Pi:o:a imiluav. Depot Twent'i th -irucf, fwtltiu i B rt r H'M'TK TO Til 6 f;.tT AND WK.iT) LrlUT, Kt! v, a.b M :i vi 1 K ..-. p. M ANKIVK, ii n v, M' v. . 1 .'HI A. H. MIS.K UKANi-M. I.KAVK AKillVh . .. 'iri" A. M :i; W p. . -.. l m. H IIU A. V. II. Idh'KWKI.L, Aircnf. M lil ''' tl'll tii if HI KA.LljVr AV. EAST ' AISTp' SOUTH "Irion-. , ,. I, j 'ia. ni. H'.iy Fry: :ii . l.K l-J .pr. --. 1.40 V m. V ul iiii,l !; ,,n, - 5. 'l Tlir.u;ii Kivii,-iii una Arc nwlttthni. Trams tr!c Itivk md: v.'ll a. m. Tiinnu'li Fr.'i -.lij p. in. M ill in. I hxj S III " Kk: K-..r.w. l.iV " Wiv --t it r. Yin- Pir Kxi'it! ! i I1 A.-.- liiriiii.lati.iu u !.. k I - Ill XI I .ii. arriv :il . Ill . ill .s,;,riii.i. .i in.. .Iar:i.iii-. ilit- T.l. . in., hi Ii... 4 I si , AIL. -.1 . i. m.. in 1 I'.if. Mitmj In ul! ..rjiil. rr,- II urn - I Hi- lis ; in., 'I'm. s i mk i.l t;!'ieK!-:-r i'..' . I'l., :i' llnrlitiifl'i I I. II. '.itlll'MI '. 'A all fa- ;",'. !' I'lUH Nl'it; civni.;. -ri.t N ... . i;n.s. n. :. s ,'ii.;,.:ii'.r iE, l,Ml" -..l. fl,.- T ; Aj, 1 ' !' ' ' i' "i. A iiiii . ! tlii.n '.iv ..v...w .' , ill.i.il TliK CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE akjj gT. PAUL. i: vrr.u'A v (m.hi'aw. OA.ll . Ill I "I. ' II... 11.-1 111 II, III ;,..fci-i mi.. -. i., .lilv ;.n; I Wlir i a:i. ll iU. Sli iri l,i It f: I.' .111:1 I! 'St ii. i il ii iini in Hi. ,! I'.u V, . ill.- In--Niillli liv.'1'n nil priii, lilll.'. I I . Hl.plv I : . M:hv I ul :i;..i l.l.l 1. .I,... rH. Hiv Iipir . iii.l :i'.ll fn-i :hl, .if Ml.- I' nr I In my r iilr Sl..lt.:i o I .1 ii. ji:i.u;i. iti'iii-ral M.lii.u .1. !'. Tlll'KKIi. A't .J.-h'i M mi A v. II i'Ai:"i;n it-; ic. i..n. fa.. l::. II. UK. A'-': t:..ii Tki I'i - ' tii.WAi'ii?;s. VVh.-hhhin. fT"r".ir ii-iri,.... in r.-ri.-.-nr.. In Sjii c'.i! K i .iini. clnii.'... .if ii .it,...ili..r II. -nm itf mi. r, tn rinin. rtini ivirh ill,, i -Inr.-v.i, .V il'.vanlif i. A: ? ra il l lilw.iy. (,1.:,,.. r.-fr to the local rol inm nil- tiaiK-r. Tho Lino selected by the W.fl t5 carry the Fast Hlai t 1 tit3 Oniy TnrouiT CHICAGO, PtGHlA Qi St.LCUJS AfilD DENVER -LliNOSS, IOWA. MISSOURI. NEBRASKA, KANSAS, CCLORACC .".n unr.cn i.nei to th.tr impstunt citw. .rd town., inns d.y in y.r (fem one t') 1ne .l.3ntfy miipp.i inioug" tia.n. o.vi it. Pwn tiei. b.lwv.n' h.cngoand Denver, Chicago and Omaha, Chicago and Council Bluffs, Chicago and St. Joseph, .,,, Chicago and Atchison. Chicago and Topoka Chicago and St. Louis, V,,"-JS" itntl IJ.lH, .,... Chicatio Sioux City, Hooria and Council Fiiuffs t-eoria and Kansas city Peoria and St. Louis,' St. Louis and Omaha tt, Louis and St, Louis and Rock Island. Pau!, Kt. Louis and Chicago, ' Kansas City and bonver, Kansas City end St, p'aui C'ty and maha, p,t-,e?nsas City and Jrllnguin, n, "li.Tn m. ' ..... D Ti.i;J;.k T.,i ,,, ' . v r J'l'.cl.n point. rf.l"C.:ei, " ' ' 11 ,T1 I'X.tod Wl It. At cJch of .t. ..1,.,,! La-,n .r , ,n ii.j !),,. I I T ' ' . V"" TJtmW tt inm tllpcmuinth. O-.-m '""?'' T' . ' '.K K.nc,p3! Lin. to " a"a C"'5i,- Francisco, Partland and City &? r J -ttei of Cdnad. or iddfess iiilBX-iTK PERCEVAL LOWELl, -"TAicaoo. W,f. I rfl t.lt 1 iiwuih or l-ar '"'"t all , " S"1 llllf1fin r.H ,r.,1 .,.'.,lll'ai'"ntiiin, 1 "t ill. only in ...... jiii 11 '1111 1 rerun (1 1, . 1 CAPSULES soia Kvery- Wll'M. mathey caylus FOR Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, anil uacd more and more every year. Used hprlm indoetoriDjt ih? family.and her simple rpmprlien ! .J';B ir most cases. "Without t);e line ot herbs Ditiriica-I science would be powerless; and yet the tendency o Die times is to neglect the best ot all remedies lor hose powerful medicines that tonously in jure the system. fllSHLER'S .1 combinat ion of valuable herbs, care liilly compounded fi-om the tormulaot 1 regular Vhymcian, who used this pre-m-ription largely in his private practice nn (treat success. It is mil a drink.but it inedioine tided by many pl'ivmoians. Tflt is iiivaluabln for tvsi'TfS I. I l.'l" ftDli Lit Kit rO.II fl.A IMS. tutors f:H.4fsrios, Uf:.4h M:ss, iMmi:sriox, ir... and while curing will not h;irt the system. Mr. C. J. Khotles, a well-known Iron man of Safe Harbor, Pa., writes: "My ivin wan coi-.ipt..elv i.rntral.M tiy fr-vPr 5rd i-L-ii". ciiiiiiiii ail Lmi, di.l him nn ito.h1 I tli- ii "-tit lor MiK,irt. 11, rM.itUT.iuidiuaTiiort time the boy wan quite well." "E. 4. Sohellentrager, Drurgict, '17 Ct. Clair Street, Cleveland. 0., writce : ' ),TVV ,".r;. t '"nil i-hv. and do say. an- i r. i '' f'tn" "I 'In- nl.kt suit movl i.rwiiiL., i.t .viciiumiD our t-ity." MISHLEB HItB BITTEltS CO., S25 Commerce St., Philadelphia. PjJker't Plesnnt WoraSyrvr HswrFa't! Is Lite Worth Living? That flejieiuls upon the Liver, for if the Liver is inactive the whole sys tem is out of older the breath i.s bail, digestion poor, head thill or aching, energy and hopefulness gone, the spirits are de pressed, a heavy weight e.ists after eating, with general despondency and the blues. The Liver is the housekeeper of the health; and a harmless, simple remedy that acts like Nature, does not constipate afterwards or require constant taking, does not interfere with business or pleasure dur ing its use, makes Sim mons Liver liegulator a medical perfection. I liriv ti'sti'.I iN virtu.-, in-r-oliallv. n.til know lli.il r..r itv lu-ii-i i. Ililli. ,11-n...... and Ttirol.lniiti II, adnrli.-, ii i lliy lir-i in.-ilii mr Hie yvond i-wr n;iw. Ilavi. iritfd f-.rly otlu-r ri-m.-dn- Im for. - limit. in l.ivyr Il.-sotlator. mid noin. of llu ni i:.iv,. iiior limn t. inporary r.-ll. f, hut t In- liriilnior ii 'l only r.-li.-vi-il tun ciin'.l. II. II . -Tiive, Macon, (in. ?B COUGHS, cm UP -AMD- CQHSUMPTWiVuE SWEET CUM- Tlio pTf-Pt mim. aft puthon-tl rr.rn fi tree of flio r....... nnuir,,, ....llW ill" 'II LI lit- tll i 1 1 ( R'JITnS I fl till) tn lltnrW diT .iiu Iim1 iiifmliriine in cn.iiii tini ii:y niucliaytii'.im pnncipu In the mullmi .!ir.t if tli old tfl'N. nrt'M'n.H tn Tayi.dhm .'m:itf 'ki:l KEJirpv oi-' si;i:t (.I'M ami mit.i eix thf tiiwt fcn-iwn mn.ity t:,r t.'"U;ii.!i, Civmp, W iiu'fmiti-i-iuuto tiHn "itHiiiij(i(i"n . .iini ;ti;uiiii unv ciillct IB H;iiimi. ttt:ikf it. A sli y.inr .irinrsisl f-tr It. Prlre. --.-tju w.' . mi m uj iiir, .1IIUUUI. VHi OF FaRE COD LIYER OIL liitesi is Almost as Palatable as Milk. Tho only prfraration of COD MVKR oil that ran he tkOT readily and tolerated for a luoc ihu, It di .urate stomarhl. m as a iiKHFTir fou rnxsntpnoy. ri'H I.OI s AtH;nios. NAKMIA."tii:X. aOi.BMill.ITt. KHI.HS AMI Til BOAT At'. IJl"", nn an WASTIX) msniiliKRS Of s marT..ww i II. rentllK JOH SALE BV ALL 030GGISTS. & T. WATKINS. (SocTO,fy)r to W ATKINS & UILL.) Iealer tx Dry and Green Wood. Will also attend to naming of all .id, . Office at yards, nirnn of tK.K . . . ... . avenue. Tel..,.l,e N vr-. " """Pr .T..hDr ui, m r oct.-Hr &RAW9THER z-.&ixx. v&fi&a iwr n-wo. FITTERS' ' S WT S AShAi UliU FAKE. RIGHTS AtiD IUSK3 OF A TRAVCLER ON THE RAILROAD. A .llt-intier r ihe Itot-heter Itar Tells t hut the Let;:it NtntilH nf u I'ei-iion X. When Ahi.i!il n 1 ruin IN.-cinioiti, lunteil a Authority. The lint thing yon Bet about is to find a seat Now it is a well recognied rule thai it is a part or the contract of carriage to provide a proiKir wt lor every passenger, unJ if tiie copiuiny fail to do this there is a breat h of the contra.-t on its part. 1:1 Hun. l.N. . 70. fiii Wis. -I.ift tut olei tb carefully that jour proce-luro huuM tu in order to comply with the law, in case no m is furnished you. H has been held tlntvou iii iy decline to surren der you,- ticket until rented. "Kveryboily kiimvs tliut," says n . .aii r. Not too fast. It has been further h ;d that yon cannot re main on the train an, I still keep your ticket S ou cannot ride standing, you must j;et off at the first suitable opportunity. ,'i.i Ma An t if you do pet oft because a seat is not furnished you, you may retain your ticket, and you have an action for breach of contract.- Id. t'ntil the suitublo opportunity to i:ot off is pre-ented, you ate, ot course, entitled to re m; in alioar.l, and may slan t in the aisle or ride on tho platform. --."I N. Y. i7n. It is y. ut- roverrign right, also, to go into Urn di iiwmo, room cars in search of a seat, ii there are none yaeaiit in the ordinary coa.-lies. ;c- N. V. -ill;.. .Nor are you bound to as'c the conductor for a seat, or to exert your own munuiil force iu remo.iiig s.,iUe pi-ish pasnger'e baggage, botore goin; into a drawing-room or palace car in search of a scat. - Id If you should exercise your right to go into a draiviug-i-oom car, the conductor wiil likely demand lheelra fare from you. You may justly refuse to pay it, and if ejected for non payment, you may su; for an an assault. Id. I . ireuinstances may be such that a "hor rid" mun would l e all wed to go into a ladies' car in sear h of a seat, an I it has been held that a rail way company Jiriv set apart 'ladies' car," and excluJe others thereiroin. -in N. v, At ,east, if there are no seats in the ordi nary coaches, and there are vacant seats the ladies1 car. the servants of tho company may exercise their discretion in selecting l-ersous to put mere i i nun., iX .) 70. Anyone n-lio takes umbrage because they are left, uLen the employes exercise this discretion iu selecting, have an action for breach ot . outract of carriage. Id. iippo-ing you have got a seat at last. would be wed to bear in mind some further duties which are incuml eut upon vou. has been said that the seal is for the pa-wen ger to sit in and the window to admit air aud light, aud it you sit with your elbow or arm in or out of the window, you do so at you (icriL iti l a, L And yet tho courts will not compel you to sit bolt upright, as though your t oly was of cast iron, and to keep your elbow from proiru iiiig mo smallest fraction of an inch outside the window, if thero was do appa lent danger. K Wis. 4S7. Hut if, fo: instance, the train was passing through a switch yard, and you saw switch or signal posts Hying by, it would be mani- festly dangerous lor you to put your armor uea.i out ot the window, and you would do so at your j enL - n, liurb .. Y.l 11;; However, vou are not. as a matter of law, coniih-lhitl to remain in your seat from the beginning of your iournev until von arrive at your destination or the destination of the train. If that were so, you might die oi tuirsL I. n. -, y. r. n;i. .AUL it is u nuesLian to lie lelt lor a lurv to say whether you are negligent if, while loo ing for a seat, you pasa from one car to unotuer. following tho direction of a train man, who u lis you there1 are vacant seats in a rear car. :,7 X Y. -7 And whether it is negligence to stand up in the aisle and look for a seat, has liecn left ' a jury also.-lil Mass. 4. Ii Myron T. "j wie i aiuuniier. Tea-Iiriukiiic Australia n, ,r Zealand. Tho popular bcliof that I In. so. nM,l r:. iiritaiu are the greatest tea drinkiua nations is do -tared an erroneous nhe in one of the East Indian .journals, which! states that the Zealand drink Australian colonies and lar more tea wr head of population than the Ih itisli islands. The Australians urst. wuu ,.i, pounds per hoa.1; Mew Zea landers next, witn 7,-i jiounds (ier head, num. mo population of Ureat Klltinn though iipi.. uiiug third in the list, consumes only I ' o pounds each. Newfoundland and l anata come next, while iu the t uite .Mules the consumption is only l.:ai pounds iinau, iiii.i in i.ussia. which is always re- Kutdeil as a great tea drinking country, the .uasuiujaioii is oiuy u.ol pounds per head, t-xc-hane. dohanii slruussaiHl His (iamr. .Miuiiin .-.nniiss, ot Vienna, was recently engage ! as cun t ot orchestra to conduct a series ol . oneerts at St. I'iiter3burg. His conditions were IIIii.ihki fraiics, with hotel anu traveling expenses for throe persons. i no inst stipulation was exacted by the font iiiusi, inn on a count ot his inordi ,, ,.-.., ,ot uirgi,, a game which re iinr four persons to play it. Strauss is so fond ct lits favorite tarok that he must play it whilo traveling in the cars as well as warn en ovnig liiuisoll in his rooms - l hlcago lie: aid 1 idedlv Against the Itallel. I m.rnp .!.. I ..1 1 ... .... . u.o u ieu uui one tiaiiei in my ...o. a tiio ojiera oi liiust, with -Nils- son in mo casl 1 did not know tho bullet was coo.uig. and 1 n -vyr felt so asliumed iu my lile. 1 uiel.Tst mil that when Aluple nun s i-onipuuy pro-i.iced r aust hero last wialei- llioro was no ballet in it. Now what l- the need ol it all; Oo I think that thi-s agitation against the ballot will drive it uui of American nrera; I do. most, de em- my. a s-uther 1 heiau in (lloLeDei rui. Cent of oiue The bent of th. Afnerii-a's Mm.i young American mind was slion-lv illustrated in the Nt l.i. nign s.'hool, where the scholars were di reeled to prepare a list of the five greatest journnii.is ueaa ana live greatest living. xuv oos oeie iienriy unanimous IU head tug ile.tr lists of greatest living journalists wuu mo uame ol a well known base ball reporter. l nicugo tlerald. the Alius!,,,, ; llhnleei. Singh. The Tnglish church paiwrs express great Heal or disgust at the a(io,tay of : ' . "rougut up und r the intluen. e of her majesty 's court, and nvi iii.c a noi.ieinan in Suffolk; but he '""tu imuuciaiiy and started for India announcing to the Sikha his renunciation o. tm nuaiin; una acceptance of the wor ship of the go 1 of hutguru. Don't Like to Aeknowledce II. Ihe latest scheme for people who want rear seats at iu preference to front seats at SI..M1, is to say: 'liivo me a seat near toe uoor: 1 am so afraid of fire:" You see a great "many neon!,, would rcnllv w eh aper seats but don t like to acknowledge . ....0, .a,, i.-i.mcago tribune. Every day odds to the great amount of eviiicncc as to tho curative nowera nf uoou s Darsapamia. iicttcrs are r.nniin- ually bein; received from all sections of the country, telling of benefits derived from this great medicine. It is uneoual ed for general debility, and. as a blood punner, expelling every trace of scrofula or other impurity. Now is the time to take it. Made by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all druggists. The Prince Uesrcnt of liavaria h n.s fir dcred that the sum of 100,000 marks be charged to the civil list in favor of the widow of Dr. Gudden, who was drowned th tt e laic King Louis. The properties of Misliler's Herb Bit ters are wholly medicinal. It is com pounded on scientific principles noon a German formula, 200 years old . Clergy men, temperance people, and all other classes who oppose strong drink cn prin ciple, endorse and recommend our great household remedy. It. is a sure cure for kidney and liver complaints, Invalid Hotel and Surgical Institute. This widely celebrated institution, lo cated at Buffalo, N. Y., ie organized with a full staff of eighteen experienced and skilftill physicians and sutgeung, con stituting the most complete organization of medical and surgical skill 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 nasal, throat and lung diseases, liver and kidney diseases peculiar to women, dis eases of the digestive organs, bladder diseases, blow! taints and skin diseases, rheumatism, neuralgia, and nervous debt bility, paralysis, epilepsy (fits), sperma torrhea, impotency and kindred affecs tions. Thousands are cured at their hows through coirespondence. The cure of the worst ruptures, pile tunic il varicocele, hydrocele and strictures is guaranteed, with only a short residence at the institution. Send ten cents in stamps fcr the lavalids' Guide-book (168 pages), which gives all particulars. Ad dress, World's Dispensary Medical asso ciation, Buffalo, N. Y. The Misses Khanuon, of West Newton, Mass., deserve honorable mention in thesa days of .Hellish cxclusiveness The t wo ladies own a splendid residence at Bar Harbor and have roofed in a sprint; on there grounds, from which a boy serves glasses of the pure and delightful waler lo every one that pases. Imitations have foisted upon the mar ket so closely resembling Alloook's Por ous Plasters in genera appearance as to be well calculated to deceive. It is how tver, in general appearance only that they compare with Alleork's. for they are worse than worthless, inasmuch as they contain deleterious ingn-dieuts which arc apt to cause serious injury. Kemcmlier that Allcock's are ihe only genuine por ous plasters Ihe best external remedy ever known; and when purchasing plast ers do not only ask for but see that you get "Allcock's Porous Plasters. "The pops ularity which these plasters have attained during the past thirty years has no paral lel, so il is no wonder that mutations- and counterfeits abound. ExsGovernor William Smith-of Virgins ia. familiarly known durirjg the war us txira liilly and who is now overeighlr years old. fell down stairs at Virginia Beach, near Norfolk, on Sunday evening, and was rendered uneonciou9. "My Only Family Medicine." "I have been a user of Simmon's Liver Regulator for many years, having made it my only family medicine, tt is a pure good and reliable medicine. My mother before me was very partial to it. "I fiDil the Hei ulator very safe, harm less and reliable as a family medicine, and have used it for any disorder of the system and found it to act like a charm. I believe if il was used in linn: it would prove a great preventative of sickness I have often recommended il to my ftiends and shall continue to do so. "Rev. Jas. M. Rollins. 'Pastor M. E. church, Soulh Faiirield Va. "To J. H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia." Thomas Addis Euunct. a irrand-ncohew of Robert Emmet, the Irish patriot, has been appointed by the New York Board as General Inspector of Ihe Patks. a ni'mvsFoitri'XATr: iiisuovt'itY Capt Coleman, schr. Weymouth, ply ing between Atlantic City and N. Y., ,,1 been troubled with a roiiL'h so that he was unable to sleep, and was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for eons sumption. It not only pave him instant relief, but allayed the ixtreme soreness in his breast. His children were similarly affected and a single dose had the same happy effect. Dr. King's New Discovery is now the standard remedy in the Cole man household anil on board the sehnooner. Free trial bottles of this standard remedy at Harlz & Bahmscu's dru" store. To bellyache about pretty neailv everything under the sun has been one of Mural Jlalslead's amusements, hut this I'ayne on ihe brain will worry him TiiisK jitt: Mii.ui nm. The best blood purifier and svstcm rcrr ulator ever placed wiihin the reach of iiCcritig humanity, truly is Electric Bit ters. Imu'.tivitv of the Liver. Billiousness. .Iiitindice. ('onsiimplion. Weak Kidneys, or any disease ot tne urinary organs, or whoever reipiires an appetizer, tonic ot mild stimulant, will always find Electric Bitters the lust and only certain cure Known, lhcy act surely and quickly. every bottle guawnleed to give entire sat tsfaetion or money refunded. Sold at Iifty rents a bottle by. Hiirte ik Bahn sen . Ihe Lmprcssof Austria, having been rccroin mended by her dorlors not to ride any mine, has decided to break up her large anil nne stud. THE BEST PHYSICIANS OUTDONE. .(. A. I rawtorii says: "I have had the worst form of Eczema two year s.nnd fonnd relict from some of our best rihvsir iiuis who have made this disease a soeei on., i was persti ailed lo try Tani Ion (exiraet of Has). The relief I received was like a ehurm at U I am well. I think riipillon one of the blessings of the at'e. Try Vapillion (extract of llax) Skin Cure when all others fail. Large bottles 1.00 ior sine tiy n. it. iichanso. Roland Bonaparte, lately expelled from tue r rencli army, was an illegitimate son oi 1'ierre Bonaparte, Ten Who Lead Sedentary lim will find great relief from eniisliiiiiiii.ii ueauacne ana nervousness, by taking Simmons Liver Regulator. It is "a Bimole harmless, vegetable compound, sure to relieve you. rersons ol sedentaiv habile lien suiter with kidney affections. Il they would maintain the streniflh of the digestive organs and improve the quality of tiie blood by taking the Rerrulator i'l taotiiu restore the Kidneys to health and vigor. i-xsoovernor Moses is reported to be in a Iaili:ng-condition in tho Maamchi.. etta Penitentiary. . TliniKtATlM IIISIOVKKY wi me ninteenin century, can Irulv he aid of Papillon (exlruet of fln ai,; v-uic. mousanos lestity to its wonder ful curative powers in seemini;lv htinel.. cases of Eczema, Salt Rheum. Ervsiu..lK noo c,ci j, Kiioi ui sain disease. Mr. o. Algier, of Hiir'ford, Oliio. tried every. tuing ne ucara ot or saw reooniiiiomtcil and suffered live years with Eczema until he found Papiilion Skin Cure, which cured him. Large bottles only $1.00 at drug stores. Sold hv H. II. DcSantft nose tytinge is writing a volume of reminiscences and a play . The best on earth can trnlv lie aald .r Grigg's Glycerine Salve, which is a sure, safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises, scalds, burns wounds and all other sores W ill positively cure piles, tetter and all skin eruption . Try this minder healer. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refund- id. Only 23 cents. Sold bv druL'etsts. Mme. Koze Maplcson and her husband arc to be the guests of the Queen of 11 ol, and in August. HOSFOItn-K ACID PIIOSrHATIi Beware of Imitation! Imitations and counterfeits have again appeared. Be su re that the word ' 'lloits -ford's" is on the wrapper. None are genuine without it. DfCLftRI(E MSfA written guarantee or care riven In ever. case undertaken. . -Al! consultations Free aoq Mac!. lr. Clarke's Celebrated Beofc auit w ruinffa on niaio envelopes iwa aiiifia, V. B. CLASJtK. D.lSa aCLMIT.tHlt&SO. 'i,&, Cues Female Complaints. AQmtKldaey Semely. CT SOLS ST ALL DEUQQISTS. ?lf.a SURE CURE. 0 Immr1ifti i-plit f IVrmnn.nl fnrr. THK GKKAT lNTKTtNAT. B.IFVMAT.O HKJT ly flin) only jwn-iihw .-nro for Acme r ChrnnU- KtienmaiMn, itout, N.-firaltia, SctHttcn, Lame P:i k. , WaIilmrnc's balicvUi-a to ton yearn wlahlisnM atift has t'lnvil more i-.rwmts in thai time thu all th po- .-,!U-1 '-KiteoitVs " and 'Cnres"fmirnnei1. CtpCCT The onlvrtlsfiolver of ttie Poisonous OwVIlt I file Ai-M wttl-ii exists in the ttlitodof all th.tMj trouliled wltb Rhcu wiatif Diwoniers. Eintorsu-i hv phvplciaim and thotixanilKor ruretl n.-,ii,-,iti.. Write for testUnoTitali ami Htivlre free, l.mii Im.v ; (nn-xe-- f..r.'i.(it. 8nll by dniKiftstH. Ask Tor "'U'.-tilmriie'.'.R:ilt,'vh. a "anil aiM-epr no other; or ROinl to iih. WASHliriiNB PAUCYUCA U'k"Q CO., ;W broa.lwa, New York. jiljLiLLik OR GOUT ACUTE OR CHRONIC A ALUCYLICA s sure cure. O xecutor's notice. EstitU- of Phi'iandi!-L. Cable, Deruuftd. Tli nnderipned, Tiavinir been annmn'ed Ex eciitnx of the lust will ;vr1 tentametil of Philander l; t at,e. late o( the county of Rock Island, state of llliuoU, deceased, hereby Rives notice that phe will appear hefore the conntv court of Rock Isl and county, at the office of the clcrlt of bid court, in the cilyof Hock Island, at the Septem ber term, on the Third Monday in September next, at which time all pcrVont- havirp claimh siriiinst said estate are notified and requested to aueuu lorme purpose or naving the wimendi n ed. All persons indented to said eslnte are re. quested to make imnietiiiilc payment to the un dersigned. Dated this 1Mb day of .Tn Iv A. 1)., 1SHS. MAItV J. CABLE. inly W dllvy Executrix Passage Rates Reduced. ANCHOR LINE. STEAMERS EVERY SATTHDAY from New York to l.l.lM.on AMI l,0.il.lM:-KliY Katep of iiassaoe to or from New York, Glasgow. Liverpool, London derrv or Belfast, Cahlns, fii and 855 Seroml Class, 830. Ti. antic K.xrarss sranc.. , LIVERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN Meniiisl,i, -I I 1Y UK Klijlli from New Yoik, W eilm'sday. Ant IS. f-ept. to. Oct. l.'l. Nov. Il Saloon Passage. 860 870 and 880. Keeolid I'litss 830- Steerage oulwitid or iirepaid, either servi.-e. 820. For Kooksof Tours. Tick. ts. or oih. r iufornni tioii, n,iBly oi IIKSUKIISUN I'.Hi 1 1 1 1 IC lis. Chi cago, or ul.lVEH OLSKN. Hock Islaiul. 111. Catarrh ?LY;s Cream Balm Ck anst's tin- head Allays InlhimniJi ltn. Heals son-s lU'st.iri's tbe sen set of task", hcar in and SracH. A IQtiKk lUlicf A h AY" FEVER rusdive Cure j Crmm Balm has earned an enviable reputation wuerwvv! known, UtsitiHeinsnl) oth r preparation. iiiritcie j applied into eacu notM relieve pain at once, is agreeable to iw Price Wk'. j Jrutriri-ts. or bv mail. Send for circular. ELY liRoTHEb'S. IruL,ists.tweto. N. Y. ADVERTISERS can leaui the exact cost of any proposed line of advertising in American papers by addressing Geo. P. Rowell & Co., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, lO Spruce St., New York. Snd loot, for ;00-Pac.rj Pamphlet. SOW MEDAL, r&KIB, Ib'.'O. BAKER'S Warranted titaaiutelu pun CoemK. from which Uieexccaso? Oil baa been removed. It has three timet the atrtngih of Cocoa mixod with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and ia therefore far mere economi cal, costing Un than one cent a cup. It ts dL'tictous, nourish in n't strengthening, easily digested, and admirably adapted for invalids well as for personB hi health. Sold by CrocfT CTerywhcre. I . BIKE t CO., Birttelsr, lass. LOANS 1 to 4 per cent per annum, three motillip to a Lifetime in duration on good security. INVESTMENTS. $3 will secure one URI'NSWi rK w.Tn x LKKHtlN I and one ITALIAN HKM CROSS BOND, the next redemption of which Honn fnkM tilnr-d Pi Bond particiimts in four Redemntion nr.Kii.tTa aiM.uauj.Hiiu rnw more inauone chance to obtain aPn mmmof fromi-jn.niRiin inn nun int.r.xi on the Investment, and the bond, at all times are wortn tneir race value, and must Ik- redeemed by their respective governmen t, the some as our I nited Slates (vUVeniinent Kor.fttt N.i ttlmiki no risk whatever, ami ininon-iU .r ntuvirinniii'... of redemption, with premiums ranging from 10 u-ciw.iw-.nn.tHiii Lire nemg one T tiie largest premiums. $3 will eci;re one of these bonds for the next redemption. Remit $3 by Muuev Order. Draft, KegiHtetnd Letter or Exnress. flalaurr navahle in in..nti.iv instalments. U. 8 (ieruuieiit Bondson month ly lmtruents. Address for circulars, etc.. C. W. FOSTER. Banker. jiin-8-dw 4-i Bnadway, New York. MAKE MONEY Fortune are yearly made br successful nn- tomjn8tool,8S''an and oM. 1 h'Sfc lUVeHllIMULr. f reilllflit I V llav tmm tlnAU or more on each fiw) invented. Keliahle correspondent wanted. Addr.ss foe ctrcQlais, WILLIAM E RMHaRDS,. Rankr and Broker, jiin-1-dw , 40 A Bro&vlway. New ?ork. pa. SUHIHIEH? LAW I FCTIIBCC li weekiyi bemii Sth July. lm. and end 8th Septem her. Have iroved at signal use. lei, to atodrnta who il. sign to pursue their simile, at this or other Law Schools; sd. to Uloae who propose lo read nriTateiy; and 3d, to practltioneni who haie not hadthe anyantaeeof ayrtemaTie liwtrnctEn. fnr . .... ,. . 0,,. ma-awim it 1 n UMTBrSHT 01 VII gHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of n Exectition anrt Fee Bill No. issued out of thetlerk'oftice of the circuit conrt of Kock iFland cotnty, and ptateof Illinois, and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to make the amount of a certain judgment recently ob tained against The Rock River Navigation and Water Power Company, in favor of 1). B. Sears Bono, on t ol the lundf, tenements, pooiis and chat tels of the Paid defendant, The Rock Uier Nav hzation and Water Power Company, 1 have levied uponthe following iiroptrty, to-wtt : , Ail that part of lot three (.11 in the outriwe't qoarterof section fottrteen(M), township seven teen (17) north, ranpe two ('!) woet (according to the aseFsors plat of ISTiM which ties on the north tide cf the canal a now located over, upon and across paid lot, mnWIning one and thirty hnnd rcihe (1 and 30 10M) acres, alfO dencribed as fol lows, to-wit: RecinniiiiT tlirce and seventv-four H and 74-100) chains north of the southwest cor nerof saidlotthree (8, and running thencenorth three hundred and thirtv-tfx feet to the ritrht of way of the Keck Island & Peoria railroad; thence south-easterly alonu said rtihl of way foar hundred and forty feet to the caual ripht of way; thence westerly two hundred and ninety nine feet CJ1M to theplnce of heiiiunlnp) alwi, all interest of said Rock River Navigation and Wat er Power Company, in, and to any and all dams, canals aud structure created or in any manner appertaining to puch dams, canal, and the water jtower created by the dams in Rock river in said county, between tbe lown of Milan, formerly Camden, and section 14 in snid township on the north shore of said Rock liver, nswell as ail in terett in the water pover by said dams, canal and appurtenances created or appnrtenant in said RiK'k river and the islands thereof, in said Rock Island county, totftttier with all rinhis and privi letrer of and beloiiiriris to, and the franchise of said water power company. Also, the following described tract, to-wit : hcinninu two and flfty ftve hundredth! (i M 100) chains north (variation 6) of a stone monument at Hie southeast corner of lot one tl I, in the southwest quarter of section louneen 4i. m townsnip sevenieen (171. norm ran'e two ( west of the 4th P. M acordn to the astessnr plat of iwrft. and running thence south Hio east (variation K-3 ) three hundred and seveniy-six i.J7Hl feet; thence north sixty five and one-half deizi-es ((m1) east five hundred and one (50i) feet; Ihettce north twentv four and one-half detrreen. WV west, sixty (fiilt feet, thence south sixty five and one-half degrees. (i4 west fonr hundred and right v-five (4M feet; thence north eit;hiy-two deirTees. we,it three hundred and sixty-six ;-. feet, and thence wonth sixty-one (11 fee-, to the place of be?t nni ni-!. Also.all interct snd ntrhtef tin- oaid Rock Rivt-r Navigation and Water Power Compa ny, in and tot .e canal, one hundred (iwit feet wide from the upper or eastern and of the tract last above descrihed,easterty to the main channel of said Hock Hiver. alnT. said dam, all situated in Rock Island enmity, Illinois . Therefore, acconihi!' to salt! comirand. I slnll expose tor s1e. at public auction, all th-,- right, title and interest of the above named. The Rock Hiver Navigation and Water Power Company, in and to the above described property, no Friday the 3 lth .lay of .Inly. Kt, at l o'clock p. v at the north door of the court l-oune in the cttv of Hm k Niand. in the county of Kock Island nd stte of Hiinoit". for cash in liawd, to satisfy said execution nd tee hid. Dated at Kutk Island, this 9lh day of .July A. D.lti.. JiiHN M REilCKFR. Sheriff of Rot k Island Co.mtv. 111. nolo. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a Special Execution and Fee Hill No. W. ii-sued out of the r.lerk office of the circuit court of liork Island eonnty, and ptateof Illinois, and to me directed, wlierehy 1 am com manded to make Ike amount of a certain liiile ment recently ohtatned against Mohne Bucuv Conipany, in favor of 4 L. Iluey & l'o.. out of the lands, tenements, (roods and chattels of the suid defendant. Moliiie Iliipcy Company, I have leviedupon thefollowing property, to-wit : The east HO feet lot No. 3. and west 1.11 f. et lot 9. in the Manufacturer's addition of Ihe Moline Waler Power Company, in eection No. 81. in township nuniher eiizlitoen iisi. north ranee No. t. west of Ihe fourth lull) P. M..in the enmity noea iMiiuii ann tune of lllii-ols. eseeplinc anil resirvine therefrom the ti-jlit to nse a strip of proiind ten lllh feel In width nrross the extreme soiuheily pan cf said lei hrn-bv conveyed for a railroad irark. arid to iiennii others ui use the aanie. and said party of the tlp-I part hereto' jrives and crilnts unto said parly of the scrond part, its successors ami assume, the rights of drainaire fmm laid lot herehyi onrcy. d. into the tail-race norlh of said lot ; also the ri'ht and privilege of laying a water pipe f.oni sai.l lot her. hv conveved into said rail-race and drawine water therefrom. Therefore, aecordinp to said command. 1 shall exjioso for sale, at puhlic auction, all Ihe rii;lit, title and interest of I he above liauie.l Moline Di.ir i:vl'ompany. in anil to I he iil.ivi-tlestrilied prop erlv. on Friday, the H - h day of -Inly. ISSii. at 2 o'clock p. nv.at the north doVir orthecrinrt hoiise in Ihe city of Kock Island, in therountvof Hock Island and stated Illinois, l-.r rash in" hand, lo satisfy saidexeculion and fee hill. Dated at Hoik Island, this tth day of July, A. n.. WW. .lollN M. KETli KER. 9-dld Mictifl of Rock Island t'ountr. Illinois. (1ANERY NOTICE. tTATF.orIl.t.ISOis, Ki.K'k Isiand County, t In the c rcnit court of said count . Seilember term. A. l Ism. In t'hancery. William nniry. Administrator, etc., Kliza Jane Miy. r-- uui Rachel Kisher. Coniplainanls. . Johns Honey. .Joseph Ronev,.tr,. K.utiiceRow-7-er, Tho,npou l,.,nev, KranctH M. itonry. Snrah loncy. Ltri,. K. Honey. Jemiv A. Bom-y. Laura Herrv Lena Herry. Ida H.nev, Anna ,ceev r.ua tt i.ioyil. Ellen . Houct. Marv A. Itur r-'vi e, Mary C. Iiurg.vne. MiU,,n M. Honey, Kl i'ftev. .n.-tunew llontv, Cornelia K. Hint Ctiarbw W. Bney, Kitlte A. Itonev and Maiid i.t.ney. lieleiiilanl". Alhtiavit (f thi nun -resilience of Millon M. e'o ticy. one of the defetn!:intf in C-e alwive entitled cause, bavin" been filed in the office of the clerk oi j-.iHi loiin in Mint eau-i . notice if hTebv m. fii m iitin-resioein Oeieiiaant. Mltlotl M. it-ineV, that ihe alne named Complatrntn's beretofort; nteiittirM-billtirconiiih.ini 'ii said cause on the chair cry side thereof, and li.nt siitninons thereon issucn out ot kih: court aga:mtyou letumabli l tie llrvt iiy ot I lie Sept em Ih r lerm, A . U., lf-. ot s.'iid court, to be In -mi and hidden on the tirst Monday in Sen' mb.-r. A IX, Tst'., :it the court house in the t ity and enmity of Rock Island and i" one oi iinnois. wnen von r:tti appear, etc E. II. BtlWM ANT. Clerk of said Court m m Ti iHiKoN, t (tmi-u f Soi r. (jUANCERY NOTICE. STATK hv It.I.lNOiS. liock Island County ," es" In the circuit Court of said conntv. Scnienibe term. A. 1 , ISSti In Chaii-rv. Ilertvrt ,1. Whitm-v vs. clara Wliiinev. Afhdavit of the non residence of Clara Whit nev lite defendant in the above entitled csiusv. hanug ;een meu iu ineo-nee ot ttie clerk of sauf court in said cause, notice is hcrelv cien to sunt ti..n- resiiient defendant Clara Whitnev. that the above named complainant liercttifure liieil his bill of complaint in said cause on the ctuiuvrv sid thereof, and that summons thereon issued out o saul court ugainst yon. returnable on the first day im im- oi'iiieiuoer lerni, a. ii.. in, oi cam court 10 ne ocgun ana hoid.-n on tli; br-t Mtu.dav epiemner. A. I.. lti. at the court house in the city and county of Rock Maud and state of Illi nois, wnen vou can appear, etc. E. II. BOWMAN. clerk of said Court, ai .vi. ti kueon. Comnl ts o' r. QlIANCtKY St.ti: or li.i.iioi. ( Rock Inland County, f h!' In the Circuit Court of said Rock Ul ind Cotuiiv In Chancery, .lames M. Batnardvs. Mortv Slatterv. Hill. To said defendant, Mony Slatlery: Affidavit of your non-refidt nee having leen filed, notice is hereby given that the alxne entitled suit .snow pending in said court, and that isamuiou. has been iBstieu against you ttierciu. Now. unless vou shall termntl. tte nitit nhi'!i- befow the saidVircuit court on ihe first day of the next u Tin t&creor. to he Iwdden in the court bonsc tu the city of Rock Island, in the county of Ri k isiano a"i suite oi Illinois, on the first Mondai Ol Seoteniher. A. D.-lfiHti. to which time ami nine pa-u riiiiiiuniir. ip luatif reuirnaoie. atKl mead. answer r demur to the bill of complaint iu said pum nu n iue same win J- iaK'Q lor coniesscu as ram-t rvn aud 'cree enteaixi accordingly. Hated :it RM-k Island Illinois tine ,lv ,J fc. II. BOWMAN. Jr.. Clerk of sani Court. IIenkt C'l'itTis, Softr for Contii'"; J-d4w ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Ei-Ute ol Chrirlian Scbafcr. deceiwyd. The unilersii'iieil. havln.-liei n annomti'it nlmin. istratrixof the estate of Chrit n Seh.fi- i.i- oftheconnty of Rock Island, state of Ilouois. deceased, hereby gjv.w notice that she will appear before the rotmt e-nrt of Rock Island comity, at the office of the clerk of aid court, iu the citv of Hock Islund.at the August tnu ontheThird Hon day in August next, at wlucb lime all i erst it o. hv. Hit claitm against said estate arc notified and re quested to attend fH- the purpose of baviug tbe same adjusted. All persons ind elite 1 to suid es tate are reiueited to make imtnudiate paymeut to the undrsi!rned. Uateti this HEit.i darof June, A. !.. lfShfi CATHARINE ScllArER. jnu-a-dSw Adminisiralrix. Jxecutor's NOTICE. Estate of Iugmer Peter Ni-sen deceased. The undersigned, lm.irg been oppoi' U'd El 'iitrtxof the last will and tf.umoni nf lnr,.. eciitriTof the last will and tea lament of In: Peter Nissen latef the county of Uck ItLud. state of tlllliois. deceased, herehv iriven noll fhui" she will appear before tbe conntv court of Rock Island cotioty, at the uJiceof the clerk of said court, in the city of KtFk Island, at the Annst term, on tbe Third MomUy in August Beit, at wiiieb time all person having claims against Mid estate are notified and rrquealed to attend for the purp4.se of huvinjr the same adjusted All per-ons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the under ine4. Thti H lh..-,ttihlnr.f t.... a r. ... d MARIA P. M-sSEN. Kxectitrix. A25-CentBookforl2-cts. EUREKA RECITATIONS By Mrs. Anna Hannan 1'r.rm.. the c k hr.iteil tear.lier aui eloc-rttonlrt. Five nurnhera now no eowaina its paM and aud i. b, i,tnt Jl Hone Mreet. New York. Jl-dw THE MOIJNE WAGON.' The Moline Wagon Comp'y MOJL.IWK. IT.IjIIMOIH Manufacturers or Faru, Sprirjg and Freight Wagom.. A full aud foinplelc line ol Ci.atfuiim and other Spuing Waoomh, eniKtiiallj adapte' to the Western Trade, of superior workmanship and finish, tfllluptraled Trice l.iet 'tee on aiipliriition. hee Ihe Moline Wagon laforr piircliaTins ofhera ANP OTHKK KIRST-CLAP8 MACI1INKS. S. H. MOOHE'S ewing Machine Room Tliir.t Ave., ami Tvvfiiticlli St., Rot k Island, 111 , and '2C Brady Strt-el, Havt'iijitiit, Iowa. tSfTernis and juices defy conipetitioii. All kinds of Machines Rep-iirotl ami Warranted. Oil, .... ul .'i.iiill ' . toi alt km i" of W i-.ii Rock Island Steam Laundry, I 724 Third Avenue. We stand at the lie-ad. Fine work a ttjieeinlty. Ladies Dresses done up to suit, the most fastidious. VVe are now prepar es! to receive all work and guarantee satisfaction. K. T. WATERS, Trop'tr. S-Work done on short notii e. Work rolli i-ted and delivered. PARK t-VComi and see us. ADAM KLOTZ CATHOLIC BOOK STORE, '-20.r Fourth Ive., Rot k Island, opp.,Sl. Mary's Church, Keeps on hand a large assortment of Prayer Hooks, Wax Candles, Devotional!, (Stationery tioodsof all kinds, I'ielure Frames. Etc. tMihMni.tior.!. lecei.ed for Ilrenuan Life of hnt and all SeWfimprm anil Muf.jlne. at lnhliher' lowei.1 iH ieei.. THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Propnetor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. l"The -Tiyon - ha- lately Ikvii tranf..rni.-l into a Pal:..,-,, e.piali.n.- In eyery re.et the line, aalnmi-m Clnrai;.. anil ..irpaint; anytliin- in ,1,,. ihree ciliea. A inilnl.er of MetllilrarK keep the elahlli.hmel.lc..ldiirl.w the no. y. all., r. The l.i.piid H. fremS fllsn-naed at thif eatahliahinent if in keepinswilh He L-ranil Itniiioyelneiil An elegant luurh seryed ev.-ry niornin". All kin.ia of Sainlwichea aeryeil on -.horl tol ice. EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. SALOON And BILLIARD HALL, Below the C. II. I. A. V. Ih rnit, Moline Ave., Uoek Island. III. Iin.rteil and Home-tic Beer ami Wine. Kine uihuor. and Ci-irn al -. ,ya hand. THE CENTRAL, NO. 1717 SECOND AVENUE, JUH. C. LaFRJ.NZ, A rlnijre it.irk of Hcer , Li-iKum lii.I ae o. renpectMlly roliriled. IMA AUMl 1 r 1 iiHaMggaaaaagaHMMHJMaWBlM WHO 18 UNAC9UAINTEO WITH THE CEOCRAPHV OF THiS TrV WILL SEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAD. ry.y !"''" TRT, WILL f .i PtSf '80S" sT)" CHICACO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY IV reaSOn Of It Control nnllnn nnH l.A ..l.,.l. t I. i...., . - r v rnwiriw naiknNI frKTr"'?? C"'"'"11 Position e.nd rioo rrlntlon to till rnnrlpal lipen Ftvrt nra iSfS1.1 initial and termite! points, onuUtutPK tlie mom iioportoiit miaTmriti nontal link m that Bvstom or tliroo;?i. i...uiHporti-.tioii whkii InvtSa and f?3i -atos travel and traffic ltween cition or tlio .tluntio nnd pat-it? IJoee!.. ir 18 also the favorite ond beit roau. to mid from pomS TKerNortut Pj.n Boutheagt, and oormspondlni points W ., Nonhw.dlb.l'eMt " .r.iIw,oc,t UAxi! "cjo'io-i in it main line and branch! Chicago Joliot. Ottawii, La rjallo. I'eon k tiimoseo. Molioo nnd Hot tplancl in iiii?52i fJ.tpo- Muscatiuo, Wiwinnirton, Kalitleld. txmrnwi. OgknicSi B Liberty. Icvra City. Dos Mom ludlonola. UitiUTKet Athuitlo KfhT Audubon, Horle.n, Guthrie Centre and tomrl Bluffa In i. . .vl i'"' Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City. In T MiftrSurT Lenvenir.h .h: al,.'ltl" io Kansaw; Albert Lea, Mmneetpolland 8t Paul' llf SrSSSSte- Watf," Dakota, and hundred of iutermecUate ritj Ttowns. viUaaidtaUo ,-D THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE iuioriea of it! fiLenwr uipraeM unsurpaaeed comfort and , k JHE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE whSr SrS?Uon?Kre n,a.rrifeRStC8,,r0Tand,.MlnneaI,0"e nel Bt PU. nnd BriTprore Ovlr H,rii?,?rPe?if ' Pi5" -1? A"? TcrritorleB . i,VBUTiri!.. ,,iow' winnesotii. rfr "Vt?" Pt!rai lancia or interior Dakota. Still another DIRECT LINE, via Senaci and KimkaJcoe. has been ooerm. ZVmZFFtt,aw:mc$:'', ClSttTlndlSiU.ntfle?wa wf3 Cty.Minnoaoolis and St. Paul and lntermediaXeTJoInt ILnl?' Maoa ,cnd Folders. obtalmwTM 3l !" Sdd6Sin P""1 Txket Offlgas io tae United States and Canada; . . R. R. CiVBLP -$;4r tai Uemrat Maaaaer Chicaa i i. k. .ii i & ELLIS SPRINt, ANI SUMMEIv STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, Vliirli liave lieeii jilaced at very low prices. I 70 Second Avenue. - PROPRIETOR. i - i - ir. aliy, on h.in I. a fair .liare of public p Itlsalso the most o E. ST. JOHN, ReMNtf Tl and FttRMf Aalet. CMe-