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THE itaoit ifcfcAXW Altatia. MONDAY. NOVEMiii-jii t,
THE DAILV Ali(iL Monday, Nuvkmbkr l7. The Freeport I)ily Bulletin is beeoci ing more metroitolitun t-very day, and now it blossoms nm with a reul. trenuine libel suit on its barnis. Tbe Bulletin hail the temerity to tp-ak in iaio English of a certain grngsiry in that city, where blean-cveil hums an.i blackguards were wont to frei)iienl, and as a resull the pro prietors want $5,riHI to heal Iheir injured feelings. We uvy the HulMth. Even Biiwvssful newspaper has a libel suit te d. fcnd at some lime or other, and ihej are of inealrulaMe benefit. Especially are they desirous when there is do danger of accruing damages, as in the Bulletin' case. The constant suecess of the Illustrated London News (American edition) is nol by any means a surprise when even the contents of a single week is considered . Take for instance the issue of October 29th. now on the market. The supple naent alone. (riving an excellent portrait of I'rince Bismarck, is a valuable souyc nir to possess, while in addition there are pictures of '.he N'zatn of Hyderbad. two pages devoted to illustrations of the Slate of Ireland, another paste of Our Troops in Burnish, one of Bordes Sketch es in Kelso, one of Bristol Cathedral, one ot the Death of (.'fe.-mr. and a most at tractive picture of a little girl aDd a dog entitled. Speak! The reading matter is as interesting and complete as ever, while the price for all is only ten cents. All news-dealers have it, and the New York office is in the Potter B iildin!!. Thr femRle book agent is yet ahroud in the laud. It may not he condolatory or welcome news to our rounlry readers, but it is the sad truth that of late tbe enticing and oft-times entrancing lady vender of subscription of titt-ruture has confined ber seductive wanderings to the rural dis tricts. She seldom now attacks the sto. ny-eyed denizen of the big cities, who baa grown callous to all raids upon his pocket book in the name of literature, ev en by tbe most charming of unqestiooar bly youthful and pretty agents. That there is danger to the peace of some hith erto quiet agricultural communities in this new departure of tbe lady book ven ders mav be readilv imagined, and tbe results have already begun to develop themselves. Sis months since Miss Celeste Nash, a native of Boston, ap peared in Reading, Pa., and brought with her nol only a battery of bright eyes but a trunk full of subscription books. She was not compelled, as the local chroni cler puts it, "to mnke her living in that way." for she claimed to belong to the bluest of Boston's blue blood and had en gaged in the business merely to see tbe country and study human nature. She proceeded at once to perfect her knowl edge of this last subject by establishing herself in a niceiy furnished apartment directly opposite the rr sidence of a seven ty-year-old widower, who was a deacon in the Baptist church and incidentally worth a half mi Hon of dollars. Miss Nash kept selling her books and never missed a night for two weeks at the Baptist pray er meeting. At the beginning of tbe third week she bad gathered in the septuage narian, Mr. Kirby, and bad married him off hand one, night as he saw her borne from the church meeting. When she started two weeks after the marriage to have the venerable deacon assign a large portion of his property she struck against the snag of a Pennsylvania Dutchman's hclding power, and then there was a big rumpus. Be refused and she left him, and appealing to the courts asked for a big sum in alimonv. Can it be believed that the unsympatliizing judge, after hearing both sides and listening to the ""reading of just eighty-seven perfumed notes with which the gentle Celeste had bombarded the ancient widower during the two weeks' siege of his heart, tiirew the case out of court and told the weep ing book agent to go back to her hus band? But she did not go back, for she resumed her book selling and bied her self away to find, perhaps, some more tractable old gentleman in the realms of rural dom. A CHILD'S LAUGM, All ttw Mis nt lit-avi-n may ring, Alt the binis .f hi-iivt'ii may sing. All the wells on riirtli may spring All the wintt nn -.'arth may brio; ' All swept stimidstoiffthflr. Sweeter far than all ttiinfcrs heard. Hand of .iar-'r. tone of bird. Sound of woris at sundown stirred WVIhiii,' waters' winsome word, WiDd in warm, wan weather. One thlnjr yft thpre is. that none Hearing pre its chime ! done. Knows not wll the sweetest one Heard of man heneath the sun. Hoped In heaven hereafter; Soft and stronjr and loud and light. Very souud of very hunt. Heard from morning rtwiest height. When the soul of atl tdiyht Fill, a child's clt-ar laughter. Swinburne. THE AMERICAN IDEA. A Puxile to People Keyond the At Ian tie. Opportunities for Everybody. The writers and thinkers beyond the At lantic are in a i-qctu:U maze over the nu merous examulm of Americans who have won success. The cast iron, brass bound casings of their own social system form con stant barriers to the youth of their own land. A titled pauper is, in a juUlee year, made a high Trade oflieial in the army or navy, with no service and thousands of an income as the adjuncts; the grandchildren of an ex-soldier , are heavily pensioned, even to the youngest, and the thinkers and toilers burn toe mid night oil and sweat drops of blood to main tain those who look upon them as so many mere animals of burden. The flexibility of our domestic institu tions may in these days of unrest not be fully appreciated. The young man at work at the bench or in the Btore is some day to be the leader in tbe mercantile, political or social world, and the lad who lights street lamps or delivers papers u by and by to lead h the profession he has marked out for him self. In no land are there such opportunities for men of varied capacity as in this. The coun try and city training of the coming man will tell in time. These make the "all round' la borers that keep moving the people. There is in this no intimation that to be "Jack of all trades and master of none" is the desidera tum. Ihe man who thus pursue, his course fa scarry a safe RuideOT mentor. But those who reach the front do so from the very ne cessities of the case; the Hebrew slave leads the swarms of serfs out from the valley of the Nile to tbe land beyond the Jordan- tbe motherless boy in the log cabin on tbe Sanga mon becomes tbe modern Moses to free 4 0U0 -000 of slaves; the plain and unaffected tanner of Galena is the heud of the army and twice the nation's chief magtarnte; the hopeful lad on the towpnth turns it to the White House and fame. Our secular history fa teeming with example of carpenters' sons from the fiazaretbs of tiie world who have left for our betterment luminous lessons of the larger lire. Chicago inter Ucean. Insanity is on the increase. Statistics ' show this. Many cases are brought on by overwork, anxiety, excitement, men t&l trouble and nervous prostration; it is also inherited. Invariably sleeplessness and constipation manifest themselves be fore one becomes insane. Constipation induces dvspepsia, jaundice, bad breath, niW nimnlea. low spirits, headache, tc. Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic relieves constipation, thereby curing these ma- LLNGG'S DERNIER RESORT. FOUR GAS PPE BOMBS FOUND IN THE ANARCHIST'S CELL, Beautifully Adapted to Blow a Man's Head Off, but Otherwise Not Very Destructive. Opinion Ki pressed That Tliy Were lu teuded for Huirldtt Extraordinary eautlun Ayalust Any More of th Snrae Y1m (Voting of th Amnesty Mm-Ominous Movenrumt of Anarchists A Villain ous Threat from tbe French fU-cttnit. ("mAOO, Nov. 7. The cells of Uih con demned Anarchists in the county jail went searched shortly after 9:'!0 Sunday morning and four loaded bombs were found hidden away in a wooden box which was concealed under a pile of newspapers in a comer of the cell occupied by Lingg. EugePs cell was first entered and examined, but nothing of conse quence was found there. Then the officials entered Line's cell to make search, while LSIS was temporarily lodged in An adjittvnt celt, whence he watched the onVers with eager eyes. He was pale as death, and tp-ra-bled like an aspen-leaf as the searchers movt-d around in the little room he has occupied su long. Suddenly two of the tlin officers jumped out into tbe corridor, while the third man held at arm's length a small woolen K.c. which he careful ty carried to the office of the jail and laid on Jailor Fotz's desk. TlitlKx con tained four pieces of gas-pipe, each about six or seven inches in length, filled with some heavy substance and plugged at both ends. Jailor Folz picked up one of the pieces of gas pipe, which was closed at one end with a round iron stopper, and was proceeding to examine it when OmVer Osborne, who was sitting near by reading a morning pajier, stepped forward and, discovering Mm strange looking bits of iron, exclaimed: "My liod, Mr. FoIkI handle it carefully I That's a bomb!" Just then Sheriff Matson arrival at the jail and ordered that the dangerous weapons be replaced in the boxtud sent to a chemist for analysts, though there was no doubt that the four pieces of gas-pipe were veritable dy namite bouitti. The search of the other cells was continued, but nothing more of any im portance was found. It was decided, how ever, that It was best to put the Anarchists in new cells, and accordingly apartments on the lower tier of the jail were made ready for them. No. !1, which is directly in front of the entrance to the jail and between two rows of iron gratings, in which space three men are on guard night and day, was assigned to t-ingg, and the bomb manufacturer was locked up in it with only his bed, table. books and writing material, everything else being taken from him. He had little or nothing to say, and immediately upon en tering his new cell sat down and began to write, keeping at work all day until it was too dark to see. All the prisoners except Lingg submitted to the search without dis playing the slihfcst emotion. Lingg seemed greatly moved and showed p:aiuly by his manner that something was wrong. He was not informed of the discovery of the bombs. Sheriff Matson said in relation to the dis covery: "We had no reason to make the search at this particular tinia That is, we received no intimation that anything was wrong. It was merely a precautionary meas ure decided on some time ago, and we select Sunday as a quiet day whon the examination would make less disturbance than if it was made on a week day." The sheriff says that in view of the developments of the search the most stringent precautionary measures will now be taken. The prisoners will not be allowed to exercise as much as formerly.an the number of visitors will be restricted. If any interviews are granted wilh the prison ers it will only be toe near relatives, and in tbe presence of jail officials. No opportunity will be allowed for the exchange of anything whatever between the pnsonersandoutsidors. Lingg will not be allowed to see any one. Tbe prisoners will be strongly guarded night and day, and a special otlieer will watch each of them from this time to the day of the execution. The news of the finding the bombs spread like wildfire, and a universal reaction of the amnesty sentiment was apparent throughout toe city. Hundreds of citizens who ha t signed the petitions for clemency regretted their action, ami wished thny had nevtr ap pended tlieir names to the piprs. Tbe excitement attending the finding of bombs extended to Mayor Koche and Chief of Police Eberaold, both of whom spent sev eral hours on tbe north side Sunday evening. They visited the jail first, and then took t torn through the upper floors of the criminal court building, where the quarters of the po lice are. Then tbey went hack to the fail and bad a long consultation with the sheriff, which resulted in Chief Lbersold ordering two more companies of meu to join the two already on guard. i bo assisted Lingg to get the deadly mis siles past the guards into the cages is to some extent a matter of conjecture, but just at present John Von Plintky and John Vetter Rrvaa, well-known Socialistic characters, are under arrest for loitering around the jail at a late boar Saturday night. The police say that Von Plinsky was trying either to peer into one of tbe cell-room windows from the alley or trying to break it open. They could not tell which, for they caught him before he had a chance to carry any design he may have bad Into effect. Kivas was stand ing near the entrance to the al ley as if watching for the nppronch of policemen. Von I'linksy was locked up even or eight weeks ago for larceny, but dismissed late Saturday afternoon when the grand jury returned "no bill" against him. The jail officers say that Von I'liusky and Lingg were more or less in ti mate during the formers incarceration. A story is current that Rivas was the man who had Von Plinsky arrested. and that he failed to materialise before the -.rand jury. Tbe theory advanced is that Rivas purposely obtained Von Flmsky's arrest so that might be near Lingg. Detectives tried to find Lingg's two sweethearts, bn t were una ble to locate them. The police do not think that either of them had anything to do with getting the bombs into the jail, but wouti like to have a talk with them just the same. The bombs were placm in the hands of Capt. Bchaack for examination, and that of ficer reported that they appeared to have been designed for nse by some of the con demned men as agents of self-destruction. He said they differed materially in make-up from any he bad before examined, and he would be willing to have one of them ex ploded in an adjoining room, as they could notdoseriotisdaniagetothesurroiindings. The bombs meant for the destruction of every thing with which thair fragments might come in contact had shells made of lead, sine; and antimony or some similar composition, pieces of which would fly in every di rec ti on when they exploded. As a rule anti mony or some similar ingredient was used in connection with the explosives, so that blood-poisoning was certain to set in wherever a wound was made. Tbe four bombs found Bunday were made of ordinary j-ioeh gas-pipe, which instead of exploding would serve tbe purpose of gun-barrels. On one end of each were fixed cap and fuse, while tbe other end contained small bolts that would fly out as bullets from a gun, from the force -created by the explosion of the cap From his knowledge of the methods of making bombs for various purposes Capt Bchaack gave it as his opiuion that the bombs found in Lingg's cell were intended to be used only as a means of cheating the gal lows. It was doubtless the Intention of Lingg, as well and tbe other three, to put one end of the bomb in his mouth and light the fuse, just as he would a cigar. The re sultant explosion would, it was believed, prove fatal Tbe friends of the Anarchists who have been working so hard to save tbeh lives were all amazed at first when they heard of the bombs, but in talking it over were quite free in then expression of tbe opinion that the bombs were placed where found by those who ware afraid the efforts for pardon might be successful. They argued that poison would have been much easier to smuggle into the jail than the bombs, if Lingg, Fischer, Engel and Parsons desired to cheat tbe gallows. A search for any one who knew Thomas Owens, tbe Pittsburg alleged bomb-thrower, has resulted In finding several who knew him while he lived here, and also the confirma tion of his Anarchistic tendencies. No one believes, however, that be threw the bomb. There seems to be an epidemic of bomb throwers In their minds just now, one hav ing developed in the New York penitentiary and another in Indiana. Anarchists (Oolna; to CbJeaao of Socialists and Anarchists was held here Sunday evening to take action on the case of the Steven condemned men at Chicago. It k understood that there will be a call for vol unteers to go to Chicago to be there next Thursday night, and it is the general belief that an attempt at rescue will ba made at that time, as There will be a gathering of Reds from all parts of the United States. There have been pre;arations going on here for some time among the Anarchist, but it is impossible to ascertain the nature of the action to be taiien. Chicago, Nov. 7. A telegram from Cin cinnati says the Annrchishts there have leen making some mysterious movements lately and it is asserted that a movement is on font to send a contingent to this city. It is a ho stated thai fifty left Cincinnati for hero Fri- last, and thn impression is that a nmr- dcrous effort will le made to rescue the con demned suveiL The Onwrnor Thunderstruck. SpiuwiriKi.li, Ills., Nov. 7. Governor Ogleshy was thur-d'T-itmck when lie received the news of the finding of the bombs in Lingg's cell. He read and reread the dis patch, and a cloud of gloom, vexntion, and anxiftv swept over his fact tho full import of (he information dawned upon hi in. H can say . noth- " s;itd he to a reporter. "1 must sav nothmg whatever in regard to this matter. There is nothing I can properly say, and any opinion I mihr. express, even .if it were proper for me to express an opinion, would onlv Ik; misunderstood." Mont Villainous Threat of All. Mak.sriu.ks, Nov. 7. A large and violent meeting of Anarchista was held here Sunday night, at which were adopted resolutions giv ing warning lo AiiiHi iean representatives in France that thir safety would be endan gered by the execution of the Chicago An arcliists. A deputation was aettd town vy a copy of the resolutions to the Ameri can coiiuulttte, but tho consul was absent from his ottim The deputatiuti quietly withdrew, after Icttving their mossage with the at laches. Parsons It rot her Appeal. Norfolk. Va., Nov. 7. (Jen. W. H. Par sons, brother of the condemned Anarchist, bus written to (invcrnor Oleshy rcotiesttug clemency tin" the condemned men. H- hnsw btsapjeil upon the fact that history shows that it. is not advisable to enforce extreme penalties upou those who commit criniMS iu I he endeavor to change -Kting coielii ions oi iety, nn umlttir how niHtaken then mtitn od nav le. The Wasliii!iin Mnlhsitton. IV ASin viTi n City, N-iv. 7. The ease ot young Hopkins, who perpetrated the "inier- nal iiKichtne ' lion on Chief Justice Wnite, came up in the police court here Swturdav, but was continued out? week, and will cunt up next Saturday. INCENDlARIrM AV OUbUQ'JE. l-'vldent Attempt to Hum the liitsiness Part of the City. Ditbi'QI'e, Iowa, Nov. 7. Saturday niebt several further attempts were made to start fires in different parts of the -city, and the anxiety of property -holders naturally in creases. Two meu attempted to gain an en trance to Knapp, Stmt & Co.'s mill offl -e bv forcing open the shutters and unfastening the window latches. As they were about to enter an officer intercepted them and chased one, but faded to capture Lim. Knapp, Stout & Co. suffered a loss of OuO by an incendiary lire the night previous. What object the men bad in gaining an entrance to the othce is not known. In the main yard of the company two places were found where light kindlmg saturated with benzine hud been placed un der piles of seasoned lumber. In Robinson's lumber yard, located in the southern part of the city, similar arrangements had been made. The plan was doubtless to fire all the lumber yards at onc. and thus destrov the business and manufacturing portion of the city. Extra patrolman were put on guard Sunday, and many citizens will watch. The lumber men are greatly alarmed. Their in surance is likely to be canceled at any moment One firm is said to have cl- sed down until the danger is over. BOSTON SHOULD FEEL HAPPY. Liverpool Doe Hertelf Prond In Honoring SI n r Sullivan. Liverpool Nov. 7. A social tug con veying a tarty of sporting men met John L. Sullivan on board the steamer down the Mersey. Cpon his arrival at the Liverpool dock Nulli van was shown to a carriage, but lefore the horses could be started an at Teni pt was mai 1 e to unhitch them and draw the vehicle by band. Four horses were harnessed to tbe j they could be loosened the pugilist succeeded in persuading his ad- TTO Boston si.FrjoiSR. mirers to desist The crowd was intensely enthusiastic and fol lowed the American tighter to the Grand ho tel, cVeeriug him repeatedly en route. Sullivan held a reception at. the hotel in the afternoon, at which a large number of the fighting fraternity were present, includ ing Greenfield and lievan. The customs offi cers still retain Sullivan's bolt tending the aymt!it of duty. BILLIARDS AT CHICAGO. Slnnmi Hiid Shaffer I'lay Handicap C:tme and Lose. Chicago, Nov. 7. The cushion-carom bil liard tournament ojiencd Saturday evening to a small audience. Charles Mathews of ficiated a.- mnrkr and Henry Ryanasreferee. Slosson and Moulds played the first game, the latter to run HO to Siosson's iitW. The accuracy of Mould's l.mg-distanco shots was especially admired. The game proved to he very tame until the twenty -seventh inning, when the players seemed to wake up. Moulds won the game in the thirty-fifth inning. Klossou's highest run was &i and Moulds' 18 Total points Moulds. 1 IU; Slosson, 11 1. Averages Moulds, 1-7; Slosson, Sit-34. The next game was Itetween Scbaefer and Thatcher, and was played with the same odds as the previous one, Kciiaofer being required to make 2O0 mint.- to Thatcher's 1 10. Scbaefer played a very uneven game. Thatcher started nn poorly, but finally woke up, and played a strong game. Schaefex made 174 points, Thatcher 1 HI. Highest runs Schaefer, Thatcher, It. Averages Kchnefer, 3; Thatch er, l i -:.. A Receiver for the Mormon I'hnrch. Ralt La Kit City, U. T., Nov. 7. The su preme court has unanimously decided to appoint a receiver for the Mormon church property in excess of the limit fixed by con gress in IKfii The decision, which was writ ten by Judsre Zrine, reviews "the territorial act incorporating the church, and altinnsthe power of congress to annul said act. The court concludes that the corporation pos swses real proferty in value exceeding !', WW, the limit fixed I by the act of and that a portion of it is not used for church purpiees within the true meaning of the term, and that the title to a large portion of the property was acquired subsequent to the time of the act of Wi going into effect. The RrotherhtMtd and the League. New Yoke, Not. 7. John M. Ward, president of the Base Rail I 'layers' Brother hood, has written to President Young, of the League, in behalf of obtaining a hearing he- lore the Licague managers Tor the Brother hood. He says they have already gone fur ther in this direction than was justified, and not i ties voung that if a hearing is not ac corded before Nov. ;5 the l members of tbe Brotherhood will consider their connec tion with the League broken off. The League does not meet until the Kith, when the ques muuh w (-onlv up 111 dHisineration. N-nt"i I.rnchfHl in Alnhama. MosmmMKRT, Ala, Nov. 7. George Hart, a negro, charged with tbe murder of a young white man named Edwin Waldrop, near Waverly, Ala, alxuit a year ago, and who has since his capture Iteeu confined jail, was taken to tpelika for trial a few days since. Alxmt 1 o'clock Saturday night a party of mounted men overjwwered the jailer at t.Fpelika, took the prisoner out and carried him to the scene of his crime, where he was hung. His body was still hanging at dark Sunday night The Fat Mock Show. Chtcaoo, Nov. 7. The American fab-stock show will open in the Exposition building Jaesday, ana the acres of space in the build ing are crowded with horses, cattle, sheep. and swine from various portions of tbe United States and tbe Jive-stock centers of Europe. The show is a success before it opens. The American dairy show and the American poultry show will be held in connection with tbe fat-stock show. The average addle pate of the day is not happy without a ballet or chorus girl at- T1IU1U1AN DISGUSTED WITH THE LATE PERFORMANCE OF UNRECONSTRUCTED JACKSON. The Old Roman Does Some Vigorous United States In His Comments on the Georgia Man Governor Hill Gets the Band to Play Carl Schurs Denounces a Dmo eratlc Candidate. Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 7. Hon. Allen O. Thurman 'delivered an address Saturday evening to the Thurman club, of this city. After jiayiiig an eloquent tribute to the ef fects Democratic principles have had upon the world's iistory, he said: "Now, that is all I intended to say to you when 1 accepted the invitation to come here and talk a little with you to-night But I picked up a news paier tbe other day, and saw in it a how! if a man can see a howl Laughter But I can imagine what it was when it was spoken; and I picked np another, and I saw the same thing over and ovor again, and 1 said to myself: What is all this j howl about? And when I came to find 1 out, I found it was lecause an old crauk down here in Georgia by the name of Jack son God forgive him for bearing that name laughter and applause that an old crank down there, a disappointed politician, a man whom lirover Cleveland recalled from his mission to Mexico, some says because ho got too drunk theje to be of any use. I don't know how that is. I am not accustomed to make personal charges; tait what I do know is that the president recalled him, and from the day he was recalled to this day it is said that the president and tbe Democratic party has no more malignant enemy in the United States than he, Applause. This old fool at a meeting at Macon a month ago, or something like that, saw fit to make a speech and declared that the doctrine of se cession was not dead. Why, my friends, if a mau can make such a declarat ion as that and not be an idiot, or what is worse, a mischief-maRer, then ! don't know what idiocy and mischief-making are. The doctrine of secession not dead? Why, whatever life it had was killed stone dead hy the civil war. Every liudy who has tiie least honesty him self must acknowledge that Where is it that it is still alive? Where is the necessity of tdowing trumpets and beating drums and sounding bugles in t'te north to put down the doctrine of secession, when the south itself in the most emphatic and mmt binding manner in which men can speak have put it under their feet! Applause. Now, you know that the seces sionists claimed that the paramount alle giance of a man wns due to his state and not to the federal government On the other hand the union has declared that the para mount allegiaii( was due to the federal gov ernment and the subordinate allegiance to the states. He then denounce! Governor Foraker as tke chief advocate of views that tend to dis rupt tbe uuioiu THE BAND BEGAN TO PLAY At Governor HHPs Order, and Stopped a I'Bi.ir at a Political Meeting Elmira, N, Y., Nov. 7 Governor Hill addressed a large mass-meeting of Democrats in the opra house Saturday nifht Just as be Iwtgsii spent inc '.here w.is a loud crash in the building, as a por tion of the g-illery gave way. The peo ple all jumped to their leet and started into a wild panic. Ladies fainted and men com menced fighting for chance to escape. In he upper gallery from li iO to &Hi men were kittled up in front of Uie main exit and lor it a moment or two a t-.-'JZf wild muie prevailed. I For one brief second the governor seemed nov Hrr.LSPKAKiixo. appalled at the dan ger which threatened the audience, but he stepped quickly to the front of the stage and attempted to reassure the people. He could not make himself beard, and seeing this be made a signal to the Iwtnd to play. Ihis had the desired effect and tiie audience was soon quieted. SEEMS TO BE SOME MISTAKE. A rch hithon Corrigan Flat ly Cont rad lets Mc'Olyno's Atwertion. New York, Not. 7. Referring to Ir. McGlynn's ttoast that, the church was going to back down in his case. Archbishop Corn gan said that the tenor of Dr. Mcttlynn's speech, as gathered from tbe morning pa pers, was that of a canqiaicn manmuver to get votes, "it is impossible, the archbishop said, "that his case has been, or will lie re opened bv Dr. McDonoll, who is now in Spain. There is no chance of Dr. McGlynns case being rectmsidered, unless he presents himself to the po;e ' at Rome in response to the commands of the holy father nearly a year ago. The church has not ottici&lly condemned Henry George's d(X"nnes, but it never considered them worthy of notice or condemnation; bnt if condemnation is desired, it may be foun.l the holy father's letter to me, where be says, in tiie beginning; 'You bring to my notice the false doctrines,1 etc. Further condemna tion can be found easily by Dr. McGtynn and his friends, however, if they desire it, an: they know the way to obtain it Carlisle To Be Invited to Georgia. Atlanta, Ga,, Nov. 7. At a meeting of prominent Georgian Saturday it was deter mined to invite Hon. John G. Carlisle to visit Atlanta and talk upon tariff reform at the earliest date possible. This is understood to be tbe first move in a vigorous tariff reform camjt-aign attout to be inaugurated in the state in the interest of Senator Colquitt California Prohibitionists Klwted. San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 7. There was much rejoicing in the camp of the Prohibi tionists last week throughout California over a decision of the stat supreme court, which hehl that the municipality has a right to reg ulate tbe liquor traffic within its own boun daries, there being nothing in tiie constitu tion to invalidate such action. Cmrl Srharz Denounces Fellows. New York, Nov. 7. Carl Schurs baa written Mayor Hewitt denouncing Col. Fellows and declaring that the mayor and President Cleveland have injured the Demo cratic party by endorsing htm as candidate fur district attorney of New York county. Hundred Mile Bicycle Race. Boston, Nov. 7. A 100-mile bicycle road race was started from Faneuil house, Brighton, at 9:2 Saturday morning, and was won by S. P. Hoi lings worth, of Indiana, in 8 hours and 45 minutes. . H. Rhodes, of Dorchester, came in second and Frank Carmen, of Cambridge, third. The Kmperor About Well Again. , ' Berlin, Nov. 7. The emperor passed restful night Saturday, and was much bet ter Sunday than Saturday. His rheumatic pains bava almost wholly disappeared. The ttreat l'rotmtant Cathedral. Nkw York, Nov. 7. It is understood that the site for the great Protestant cathedral has been definitely settled upon at last Tbe property chosen is now ocenpie-! oy the Leake and vt att orphan asylum, which is situated near the northwest corner of Cen tral park. The cost will be about tSTiO.Oiia The property includes, all told, 162 city lota. The PostofHce Itonclent-r. Washington Cm, Nov. 7. Sixth Audit or McConville, of the treasury department has submitted his annual report which shows that the total receipts of the postofiioa department from all sources for the last fiscal year were $48,837,009, and the expend itures trJ,39i,RT7, leaving a deficiency of to, 554,008. Plaoed on the Fraud List. Washinotos City, Not. 7. The postoffice department has placed the National Card company, of Boston, on the fraud list and directed that no money orders or registered letters ue ueiivereo u mmt nrm. Prince Bismarck Sick Now. Bkrliw, Not. 7. Prince Bismarck is suf- iermg from a severe attack of rheumatism. Later. Prince Bismarck's attack of rhen- matism having doooum alarming to bis at tendants, Dr. Scbrooeninger has been sum moned from Berlin, ana ftroceeds to Fried- nchsrubs by special train. A Maron Saddenly Bead. Lowdon, Nov. 7. Baron Wo' vert on died suddenly Sunday at tbe Hotel Brighton. He attended the races at Lewes on Friday, and was apparently in good health Saturday. Lneky Thornae Maa-alre. Fall Revkh, Mass., Nor. 7 Thomas Ma- guire, of Somerset baa received word that he has fallen heir to a fortune of $3,900,QM liy the death of brother m Denver. .. Bubecriba for the Daily ABOtja. ' fi 6t.f ONE GOOD CROW INDIAN. LIKE SCOTTY BRlGGS' FRIEND, PARD, HE'S DEAD!" 'WHY Gen. Roger Makes Short Work of the Crow Business in Montana The Ked skins Olven an Vltimatnni and Declining the Same, Opened Upon by tho Troops Sword-Bearer Killed. Crow Indian Agency, M. T., Nov. 7. At 10 o'clock Saturday morning Scout Campbell and Interpreter Tobacco Jake were sent to the Indian village, ordering the chiefs to come to Gen. Kugtr, at headquarters. rretty Eagle harangued the camp, and Pretty Eagle, Take's Wroukle, Crany Head, Iron Fork, Dancing Woman, Kearney, Two Belly, ami Spotted Horse rode before to Gen, Ruger's quarters. The following parley then took place: Gou. Frank Armstronit I have been sent by the great father to settle thetrouble. You ust give us everything and turn over the chiefs besides the men. (Jen. Rugor will set tle it his way. That's all. lYetty Eagle Wears willing to give up S won! -Bearer, but can't give up the others. Gen. Kuger I want all tbe bad young men. i ou must bring them by la o'clock. o Crazy Head I want your boy, too. Fretty Eagle We will go back to our camp. Gen. Ruger t he great father sent me to take the bad young men, and I must have them. They shan't be hurt, but must be punished. rretty Eagle We will go back and talk to tbe medicine man. Gen. Roger That is all 1 have to say. Pretty Eagle and the oth-r chiefs then re turned to their camp. The cavalry were drawn up in full field order on the emiuenca fronting the Indian position. The Indians soon began riding about and singing war songs. Campbell returned shortly saying that a council was being held. The troops were held in readiness, and the Indians were pa tiently watched by the command until the time was up. The Indians in the meantime had formed into a lung line, and Sword- bearer could be seen riding up and down haranguing them. A few scatter! ng shots were then fired into the air. The time being up. Gen. Ruger sent troops E and K down the valley on the left flank of the In dians, where they were met by about half of the Indians gathered in the war party, which numbered about ISO. A red- hot skirmish then resulted, in which Corporal Charles Thompson was killed. Private Eugene Malleoy slightly wounded and Private Clark thrown from bis horse and his shoulder dis located. These were alt in troop K, com manded by Lieut Edwards, and Second Lieut Byram. A running light ensued, the lndinns retreating, some to the peaceful gathering near the agency, and others crossing the river and taking to the hilK Sword-Bearer made a final stand at the cmssingof the Little Horn, about one mile Mow the agency, in which be and probably three of bis followers were killed. This was the result of the skirmish fire of G troop. First cavalry, commanded by Capt Kuppham and Lieut. J. B. Aleshire. Sword-Rearer's body was brought into camp. bnt the other Indians are only reported dead. Most of fche Indians circled about ai d re turned to the agem v, mixing with tiie other 'amps. 1 here are now supposed to be from twenty to fiTiy loose in the hills. Several troops of cavalry are now out close on their heels, and they will prot-ably soon be cap tured. There was atiout two hours' actual fighting. Harry Hill in a New Role. New York. Nov. 7. Billy Madden, for merly John 1. Sullivan's manager, is writing play. A few days ago he had it copy righted. Harry Hill will be the star in it Round New York" is the title of the play. It, will he a picture of city life, atU-r the tttvle of Augustin Daly's "Around the Clock" f a dozen years ago. Madden tried to get this play, bnt Uie rights were valued at wwk. with a guarantee of fifteen weeks' run. He next tried to get John Brougham "The Ixtterv of Life, but f-'-il weekly royal ty was demanded for that So he decided to write his own play. "Round New York' will detail the experience of a green poli tician who tries to work The city in bis own nt-rest and gets "worked" himself. Wouldn't Be Worked Ont. Galena, Ilk, Nov. 7. -The Chicago, Bur lington & Northern Had road company, Inch had its judgment against the Illinois Central fur right of way over the latter' grounds from this city to Kast Dubuque set aside by the supreme court, has just com pleted in a quiet way the purchase of the right of way 1"0 fet wide west of i.s present tracks i-etwi-en ttalena and East Pubinpie, thus outwitting the newly-chartered ami mysterious Dubuque & Southeastern Rail roiid company, which is believed to bav been organize! for the purpose of blocking the Chicago, Burlington & Northern tret ween Portage curve and t li Kconsin lm- Fnret I .n". nt Work. Chipaoo, No. 7. - Telegrams from Cen tral ia. Chariest) m, nod Aurora, Ills, and Vincennes, lml., state t'-at forest finw nr ragim; with grat nVnncss in those vicim tis, and that the mipb- are kept busy tight. ing the fiaims from 1hir farm houses and crops, and even the lint n h.-ive lieeti in dan ger. The AlWt Iea mills, at Albert Iea, Mil was totally destroyed by liie Saturday night. It will be rebuilt St oic-m. Tim lm is OUO; insurance, ; OH). Not a Hard liikr. CftlCAon, Nov. 7. The report that Capt Thorp, of the lost propeller Vernon, was ad dieted to drunkenness on duty is indignant I denied by numerous vessel men who knew him. The opinion is expressed also that Aiel Stone, tbe taily survivor of Hie disitsler. is draw ing a very long liow in his ai-counts of tbe wreck, and many facts are mentioned that are inconsistent with his report of the suddenness of the Kinking and the bad load ing of the vessel. Chicago Stem a l'ltcher. Chicago. Nov. 7. The Chicago club has signed for next year Gustave H. Kroclt, who pitched last year for the Oshkosh club. Anson bad intended to try Krock in one of the late games with Cincinnati, but tlte pitcher did not show up. The new man is years old, about as tall as Anson, and of tl same race descent He was a good mau the Northwestern league. What he will tie in the National is of course problematical. Triple :Tr-jredT In TrnneMMW. Nashviixk, Tenn., Nov. 7. Saturday John k. Alexander shot Jackson Black wel and son, from ambush, near Ontreviile, Tenp., with a double-barreled shot-gun, ami then killed himself. The men were f in-mere and neighbors, and a feud had existed be tween them for some time. The Black' will die. A Summons for ffheehy. Dublin, Nov. 7. A summons has been issued for Mr. David Hheehy, memlrer ft South Oalwny, for violation of the coercion act Dillon Uxe Strong Langnaire. Dublin, Nov. 7. Mr. John Dillon, ad dressing a meeting at Castlereagh Sunday, entreated bis hearers to swear with him that so long as life and liberty remained tbey would do everything in their power to avenge the treatment of Mr. O'Hrien and make suffer that, hateful claw who had con signed that faithful, beloved and gifted Irishman to a felon's cell The Tory prem, he said, and the landlords too, hail certainly struck a heavy blow to the Irish cause when they removed Mr. O'Brien, but every man with Irish blood in his veins would strike back with greater fon and effort The meeting was allowed to proceed lo its close without police interference. Tea, 35,OOtt Too Hasty. K a ire as City, Mo. , Nov. 7. Ed ward Mosier, sporting editor of The Times, whe was assaulted by Rd C-orrigan, the horseman, Friday, has commenced a civil suit for Out), and also filed information in a criminal action. Mosiar is lying at the hospital with his jaw broken in two places, bis skull in dented, and disfigured for life. Corrigan was seen at the track Siturday morning and acknowledged that he had tteen too hasty. The rmwB Prlne-M la Anaioaa. Berlin, Nov. 7. The crown princess has requested Dr. Mackenzie to make another ex amination of tbe throat of the crown prince. He ia again suffering from hoarseness, and Dr. Mackenzie has started to join him, not, however, for the purpose of subject-in-; him to further examination, but merely to deter snine tbe advisability of bis removal to a sore congenial climate. Delicate pink coral beautifully carved and set about with diamonds or pearls ia ery fashionable. A moral and upright "mister better than a oiled and brutal at deal "noble - WHERE THE BONDS ARE HEUJ. i 11 bnt Abul 11,000,000 Owned at Born Su-;tcetious by Roseerans. I Washington City, Nov. 7. The annual port of Oea Roseerans, register of tho . tre.iHl' y, wu3 submitted to tbe secretary of to tn-asury Saturday. I he report shows iLu releryiica to tiie ownership of our gov- ntitt-nt bon is tint at tbe end of the last n-l year, June : , lS7, of the W, 493,312 governme nt rewretl bonds outstanding, fll.owl.huo, or only . per cent, were held abroad; f-iy,41,4 ii) were dot-osited with the treasury by national banks, and rli70,07o,o72 letd by individuals, associations, trustees, etc, iu this country. the latter amount savings bunks held fW.lXW.OOO, and insur ance e-mjmniea, tS-j.SoO.OW). lien. Host-era us states that the publication of tiie re'-oii, made by direction of the house of representatives, of outstanding balances ue to and from the government has caused some moneys to be paid into the treasury, 'id shown numerous cases where accounts have remained unsettled for lack a division of balances, charged with hunting up and sum mi it-; up all balances in final accounts ith all persons having money transactions ith the government He calls attention to tho fact that the ab nce of individual accounts with disbursing .tlleers of th army and navy very largely in- reases the possibility of such losses as tbosn bv Paymaster Hodge ('apt Howgage, etc., id recommends that personal accounts be required to lie opened and kept on the books of the register's office. He also calls atten tion to thu immense and increasing receipts and exjendiiures of the postofllce depart ment and the fact that tr.e sujiervision of the receipts and expenditures of that depart ment, nfuouuting to upwards of f 100,000,- kiO, is laid upon a single auditor. SUING THE FIDELITY RECEIVER. A I'hieatro It a nil AKktng the Courts tot S40O.00O. Cin'CIN'xati, Ohio, Nov. 7. The American Exchange National 1-ank, of Chicago, ha sued Receiver Armstrong, of the Fidelity bank, in the United States circuit court for f lOtyMMI, the face of a draft given June 14, 1SS7, by the Kidelity liank on the Chemical National bank, of Nw York. Interest is demanded from June 17, 1SS7. Also for t3)o,t0d, the face of a certificate of deposit or letter of advice sent from Cincinnati June 4, as a deposit by Wilshire, Eckert & Co. to tbe credit of C. 3. Krshaw & Co., of Chicago. A credit of ?4 is allowed for balance of account Interest is demanded from June 18, Also for a draft, or bill of exchange, for $100,000 given by the Fidelity hank upon the I hemical bank of N w York to the credit of G J. K-Tshaw & Co, of Chicago. Interest is de manded from June 17. '1 he several petitions say the claims, prop erly verified, were presented to Receiver Armstrong, but lie refuses to allow and re jected the same. 1 he petitions state that the consent of the comptroller of the currency has been obtained to bring these suits. SHOOTING PEOPLE IN LOUISIANA. Pour K-prted Shut hy Strikers and Five Certainly Shot by Officer. rRANKLiN, Iji., rov. 7. ftews was re ceived h.-re Saturday that four white men were shot by strikers Friday nit;lit while at tend in a; cane-oarrifrs near IWwick. Tbe sheriff summoned a pos. of aUwit forty men from this vicinity and left for the scene of tbe shooting, iTicrea-dug the pwse along the route to about eighty siil-siaiitiat citizens. Capt. I 'ados' company passed down to Ber wick on a tram at noon. Nkw IrilW.v, I-a.,Nov. 7. Saturday even- ine a report was current here that several men had ln-en kiUed at Patterson ville, and mine eolur is given to the rumor by the fact that Capt. Pharr left here by train ft Pat tersonville Saturday morning in compliance ,rh ordera. I -apt, Cad-s Saturday evening telegraphed from Patterson ville as follows; "Six prisoners were appreh-nd-d at rat- tersonville to-day by a jxisse of the sheriff of St. Mary's parish, and in attempting to es cape live ot the six wmp killed. Advanrrd Tln-ir Men Wse. Philadelphia, Pa, Nov. 7. Messrs. Par- lee, Coxe & lerrinT, the largest individual operators in the lhigh anthracite region, who have linen working their m tn.es since the strike b-'gan with non-union hands, have ten- drt-d t heir laborers an advance of 4 per cent. over the wages paid when the strike began, as the advance in coal during October was sufficient to warrant this. The same offer, It is stitd, is open to the striking miners, with the understanding that when the price of foal gos down it will tie tnkon off, an! that if th'-re are any further advances in the price of coal the miners shall have tbe iMitffit of it. They have not so far accepted. as it irs 1 1 jut cut. iielow their demand-9 O'Kricii'-t Victory In 4 atl. DrHUN, Nov. 7. The authorities of the Tultamore jail attempted Sunday to enforce the order of the lullln executive to clott Mr. O'Brien in the uniform of a convict. Mr. ( I'Brien rjsistd the attempt, declaring that he wouldMM tT'-r death rather than sulmiit to the hidtgnit v sought to be imposed upon him. After an exciting strugc!' the prison phv- Ricinn interfered and ordered the attendant!' to desist, as in the stnt of Mr. O'Brien' halt h further attempts would result seriously. The governor of the prison, acting upon the advice of the sur-fcrn, siLs-w-ndiii action in the dialler. Nc-nfrm Fxplorer Stanley. rr. Pai t. of IjOanka, Nov. 7. Nt-ws has been rci-eivi-d Ii-tv from Henry M. Stanley under date of Sept. N to the effect that the expe-litioii had left, the camp tliat he estatv lislted a!-ut eigtit dys' journey from the Mtitxxle country, and was advancing toward the western shore of Albert Nyanza. Tbe men were greatly fatigued. Stanley halted for four days to reorganize the expedition. and then, leaving thirty men to guard thif new camp, procm-ded toward Albert Ny- anzn. Stanley says be had learned that Kuiiu Pnsba was in troM healt!-. A rrlHtt in m folic- lourt. IiAWRF.NfK, Mans., Nov 7. The nnusna? spectacle of a Catholic priest as prosecutor in a pohm court, occurred Saturday. Rev. Jain T. O'Reilly, pastor of St MaryV phurch, recently shw a child v yearn old tozicatel, who hail obtained lupicr from Hannah ioimcy, keepwr of a rum-shop. instituted pro,-oedin-;s against her, and stic- cs'dud in convicting ber, the sentence being $75 and costs and four months in thit house of correction. A C. K. X .. Enterprise. Chicaoo, Nov. 7 The Chicago, Burling ton & Uuiticy railroad is expected to build r-md from VVayanet. to Colona, 111., to con nect with its line from Rock Island to St louis. Such a line would parallel the Chi cago, Rock Island it Pacific road from ShefTl-dd, 111., ami give the Burlington tha shortest route from Rock Island to Chicago. That Mis-din; 'e porter Turns Cp. Cricaoo, Nov. -The Herald's reporter. who was reported in that pajer probably murdered in tbe region of "dens' in tbe up per peninsula, 1ms re-tort; himself alive and right siV up at Hui ley, W W Thief Arrested. The news was received with the tit most satisfaction by the community llu he had terrorized; but the arrest of a (lis ease that is stealing away a loved and valued life, is an achievement that should inspire heart-felt gratitude. Chiliness, cold extremities, depressed spirits, and extremely miserable sensations. pale, wan features, are the results of dis ordered kidneys and liver. Arrest the cause at once by taking Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery. It is a pure ly vegetable detective, that will ferret out and capture the most subtle lung blood disorder. Druggists. The woolen goods for street wear dur ing fall and winter jhow unusual bril lianry of tone. Blnffinr Hoiief In the ears, "ometimes a roarine. buzzi Bounil. are caused by calarrb. th it ex- ceiinglj disagreeable and Tery common dlseaM-. Loss of mell or bearing also result from catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla, tbe great blood purifier, is a peculiarly aucceasful remedy for this disease, which it cureii by purifying tbe blood. If you suffer from catarrh, try Hood's Sarsapa rilla, the peculiar medicine. TBI MAKKBTSt BOCK ISLAND OUe Hew McS!Re. H jy Tl HM.iKy lTUW. Haj-wud, mauau.uo. Hre 45c Cora- -New. 8e. fotauie. MrrHot. Potatoes Sweet 90c J Ooal Soft tie : had f 0-1 Cord Wood-Oak. M.O); Hickory, (9. uaw-iT0O: baled W.OO. r BOYALfSSBS J P0YMR Absolutely Pure. Th-spow)ler never vanes. A marvel of pnrty itren-nh and wholesomcness; more ei'oiiomif si than the ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold hy comi e'.ition with the multitude ot low lent, short wi-ight slum or phosphate powdt-rs. ft" Id only can. R(ylBarih Powder Co., loti Wall ft.. w Vnrlr STJN Accident Association OF ROCK ISLAND. ILL mitiEcrmtui. T. J. Robinson. President Kck Iclan.1 National Rsnk: Ci. H. Deere. President leere Plow'"., Moline; W. C. Bennett. Barnard A Leas Mfg. rn., Moline; F, Weyerhaeuser, Weyethacnser ifc llenk- m-tnn; Jndge J. M. Gould. Diraocfc. Gould A rc Moline; Win. Jackson, Aitomev at i,nw; . a. Pmil. M. D. : J K. Kohinpon. Cashier Rock Island Nhtional Rsnk; 0. B Blackburn. lie Sun Accident Association Issnes certificates to pay 91.UUIP AL DEATH. (S AAA In case of losn of two feet tw V I 9""" bunds or any twonf these ni';ml-r )00 in cace of Iocs ot one foot or one eye. In sddition to Wbeki t Isofmnitt rantring from ,50 to $if per week for a period of one hi , WiHTKD, ACTIVE A0ERTS. Address, O. B. BLACKBURN. Secretary and lit-uei-Hl M n it-r. Rock IfUnd, U. OTOS FACE POWDER Ladies nliiinir Ilmtr mmi nleilon Phonld SAMPLE BOX GRATIS' of the latent Imported and nmuiiruouBlj acknowt ediied as the bent FACE POWDER. Guaranteed to be perfectly hanmieat. tm percept I 1. durai.le and inTi-ihle. Kir Sale everywhere. Prlct?. S and SO per Box. Auk your druKKi&t lor tt or write tr pofLpaiu sami'iu ikx 10 J. F. LLOYD ft CO.. Sole Importers, mi and Wah1na1-nn aireet, IBH'AGO, LOTOS FACE POWDER r f-alt- bv Mmntmll it tn-Toer. Hart & Hnlin- ,i-n and Frank Nadler. nsv 4 dim o -g . i o -A p CO o O H . i-3 IP I a 1 1 I ca c3 - z o (J at O OF PDRE COD LIVER OIL And Hypophosphites of Limo & Soda Almost as Palatableas Milk. The only prppftration of COR LIVER OIL tbt ran b. taken reatlily and tolerated fur . toag UflM hj dcUr.l ttBarhH. ir s a KriFKT roit roNsrwmof, S( ROFI I.IH S AH'KITUS. ANAKHIA. (il. i:kal 11rr.11.iTr. (hii.ms ami hiioat af. FKITIOV. lid All WASTIX1 IIISHKIIl:lt Of CHll.lillFX It U mtn-fllnit In In rrsa'ln. Pretcribed ud endonipd by Uie bou i'hyikUai In th. eoantrM. of tbe world. F0H SALE BY ALL DRUGGIST. ANCHOR LIN U.S. MAIL STEAMKRS. SAIL EVERY SaTTRDAY from Ni w York to BLASIiOW AXD 1.0M10XKK 5KY. Katei of ua-tea-je to or from New York, Glasgow. Liverpool, London - oerrv or Belfast, 0-LMnsf45'ndf;55 Secen-1 Oio. $30- HtetTage, outwurd or pr-'fui(l, $20. Anrlior L:ne Prsfts i Mired at low.'tt rto ar raid free of charges In fiiitau-l, sahUihI and rflTirt. For Books of Totirf. Tirkote, or other inform-.-tion.ai-pW to HltNDBKSON BKOTHKHS. Cl.i cano, orj F. ROBINSON. Kock I eland 111. BH0RT-HAKD AND TTPK-WRITIN0 SITUATIONS pay bothyoanemon and lAdloft mnrh better fmla riet tnao mot-l oommerrfal fOlllon--. and th- ie mand la greater, tttudeote can be fil,ti for office nbort-hand positions IN THREE MONTHS' TIME by Haven's ytem. No im-viouf knovledtre of etthtr artrt-qnitv 1. v.lirecBo en all the vcar. Students cjj enter at any time, all t nit urn ininr individual. SnprriorfarllitieBfor procrriu-; nil aation. forwhirh aid we matt no chanjeB. ol lejre t-amphletf- with frill wt aelf-tf arhiiii; lesmi-is in citbt-r art sent to any addrai 'or la ctn : Nrt h art-, -JO cti. No atampe arerpied. Addrt-f eilherof lUvena doUi-irei: N-w York. N V.; Philadelphia, Pa,; Chicago, II,.; Cincinnati. O.; San KnuiciKCo, Cal. S. T. WATKINS, (SDcceMorto ff ATKINS d HILL.) Dealer In Dry and Green Wood. Will aim attend to Hanllnt of all kind.. Office at yard., comer of asto .treet no Moline ATenne. Teiebeoe No. B!; order, may he li ft At either place. octtedlf J. W. ROSS, ARCHITECT! Superintendent of Buildings, Ildndge Block. Cor. Sd and Perry Hta., DAVtkTFORT. IOWA. WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS Of the Bo-ij eulartj-ftd kn1 ctrenctlwiiia-l. Full partin Ure mnl nmled tna. ERIE MKb.OO , Buffalo.N.Y. SUFFERERSSeHERVOUSIIESS'iKJrti'K gaaultot ott work. iadlcrwtioa.-ytc., addrn -aboTM- lOZZONI'S Wl DICATFD COMPLEXION 'Imi)WW a lnMl-Uit trail vitart-nor ft tiw-skiti. Rv I nxj-rpB jlII tinDUw. ft-fH-kln aud dl-tculurattoiiH. Fur I uU- by all flr-U clans druir)ri-Ui. or iwnttod for M eta. Iowder.:s GEORGE GREEN, City Scavenger. It pre Dared to execut nromntiT ill nntora POTT'S see w ti a- V J . a.unlUVHIl dl H& in UNACOUAINTED WlfH THE SEE BV EXAMINIUSO VZrbri.iiS-S&!3?r ANSAS CWV v.. .: ' CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R'Y By reasca of its crtml ?vi!i ion. close -relation 1-0 prinf inal in"t Kt of Chif-as-o arid forttinuous linf-s ot tp-iniJial points W at. N.ir-iiweFt a-id wjuthw-'Bt . thq only Uup middle-link ir. that tranRcmti-ner-tal Rvstwn whictt jivites and mil itates travel and traffic ia fither dirction berweAv th AtJaoJc and Pacific The Rock Island maa line and bvamhf-3 include Chit :a-ro,Jol:ot, Ottawa, l.a Salle. Peoria, tirnnspo, Moliue and Rock Island, in THinoi',; Davenport Rl'isft, tine WaPhintrton, Fairfield, Ottmnwa, Oskfiloosa, Wfst Liberty. Iown City, Moine3, lndionol-A, Wmtersot. Atlantic, K-iioSYiit Audubon, JIar! in, Gutbno Cent- e aid Conned Bluifs, in Iowa: G'ill&tm, T ronton, S' .3nfMpb. t;-,.mron anl Kac-ts City, iu Mi&-ouri; LeavenwortJi a-d AWbiuon. in Kansan; Albert Lia, Minneapolis aud St. Vaid, iu XHiiin-s&ola: Watertown ia Dakota, iud hundreds oi intermediate cities, towiis aud viilaea. THE GREAT ROCK ROUTE GtjarantM8 Spe(i. Comfort and Safety to tfcoip -who travel cwrit It iv.M. ta 'Uuratifthly baUasteiL IUj trafk is of h-y ete(i Its bnilt-- aobil striKturc-B of stone and iron. Its rolliiur Btoru is perlect hs hnnian sh ; 11 1. nn make it. It haa all the eafety applianefls that itietbaiucal frmus has ii.veiit.ii anl espricce proved -raliiable. Its prsicticil otration is conservative and methodical-its discipline strict and exacting. 'Ihe luxury of its passenger ncouimaaa tiocs is unconalod in the West-tinsuiTa;!''e,i in 15 woricl. ALIj EXfilESS TRAINS bcteer Ciiiraefi and the Missfun River consist of comfortahle DAY COACHES, miumificnt PULLMAN PALACE PABLO R and SLEEPING CABS, eleirajit PINING CARS lirovidmjrc-x.flleiit moala, anj tietwoen Chicago. St. Joseph, Atcliison aud Ksuisas City restful KECIjININv C1IAI& CARS. THE FARSOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE iu tbe direct, favorite line between Chicago and Tmiapolis and St. Paul. Over tbis route ftoiid Fast Exprras Trains run diiiiy 10 tiieBuiniuer roaorta, picture-u localities and huntinsr aad n-ihiiiir erounde of Iowa and Miimesota. The nun wheat fields and p-razina- ls.ids of intern ir Dakota are reach via Watertown. A short da jir-ib'e route, via SenecaandKarkakee. offers superior mducemenU to travelers betrveen Cincinnati, lndianatwL9, L.iiayotte and Council Bluffs, St. Josih, AlchiBon, J-eavenworth, Ranstu Ctiy, Miiineaiolis, SU Paul and inter mediate points. .... . i All ckaibea of patrons, especially familiea. ladies and children, receive rron oflic.ai-i and pmpliyfa of Rock lsiand traun- protection, respectful cOurteey auJ Fui TtsMnns, Folders obtainable at eH principal Ticket Offices Ln the C ited litJ-.t( a . -.i. Cttnada or any desired uaoi luatiuzt, addre-. R. R. CA3LE, l't L Geni M'g-'r, Chicago. E. ST. m- Ass't Gtn'l K't'r. Chicsfro. JOHN T. NOFTSKER, WANTS To put in Your TrTouse One ortho.se tyelel rated Richardson & Boynton Cos C-4"t' ll and s-e him a'tO vl estini;i-"J, he nys Pprial Mtlciiliun to hestin. Il tJ" a ji"od lime t.i h-.ivv vour Furimct'.? es-iniiiiti and n pairttl nnw Iv-fnp' eh fcHiheT comv. AiUlitss JOHN T. NOFTSKER, i Cor. Third Ave, ami 2olh St., Rock island. LLOYD & HA'ITEEB am, 1804 Second Avenue, OTIS CORBETT'S POST OFFICE BLOCK, ROCK ISLAND, Is the Cheapest and Best Place in the three cities to buy MY - QLOTTTTl7C. S rTr0 OEClf.RAPMV OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL THIS MAP, THAT THE (0,i E.St.Lculs f , E. A. HO LB ROOK, Gn'l Tbt. 4. Piu. KgU CKicajt FUlii STEWART, FURNISHEKS KOCK m, Nl. COO i.- AND - yaws rriceT ou cen, PiguruKKWL wnflMrm'iiriniiiff-'