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' PRICE flVE CENTS: vol. xixvii. no; so. ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1888. KOGK - - if T mmim -AND- RIVERSIDE OAKS, all sizes, all sizes, for Hard Coal. A fine line of . Soft Coal Base Heaters. "WOOD STOVES, all sizes and patterns 3yTue bast stock to select from in the city, at DAVID DON'S, 1617 Second Ave. EXPERT OPINIONS. THE CONVICTS IN TWO PRISONS ON THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERS. CHICAGO'S FIRST RIOT. RESISTANCE TO A LICENSE ORDI NANCE RESULTS IN BLOODSH-. A Genera Decision That the Murderer IB a Lanark) All Agree That Be ShooJd Be Ranged If Captured If Cansht at AU It Will Be by Accident. One Hilled and Several W (winded- I nu- anal Vie of a Fire Department Fight ing the Mob Medals for Heroes of the Occasion. THE 0. HOPPE, TAILOR. No. i8o3 Second Ave., rock island. ni Davis Block, Mo'ine, Illinois. Telephone -Oil. DAYIS & CO, PLUMBERS! AND Steam Fitters. A complete stock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick. Etv. TOASB 8TEAM pumps, and SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS. We jrnnrar.tev everv one perfert. sn ' wit! rertd Cope, Twenty tiay'e trial, to respoiifible parties. Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac tors for furnishing and laying Water, Gas and Sewer r ipe. 1712 First Avr., IWk Islaml. Illinois. Telephone 1143. Ueaukuoe Teievbooe 100. CONSTIPATION s called the "Father of Tiars," because 'hti:e N no media ii thronirh w icli diioase no often attack th- sy'em as by the aOeorptiim of pot-onou tnthe retention of dec jed and effete ma'ler in the ctniusch and howeV It la niiped by a To-p'd Liver, not enouah bile beinit exeri ted from the b'ooil to proince Nature' own e;it . -riic, si d is generally accompanied with Mich i-cuna im Loss cf Appetit?, Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Etc. I-1 trt atmcnt of Couti, ation does not cnn-M merel in union sine the how. -is The medicine miK not only art us a purgative, but be a ionic as well, and rot proiinee afir it- tie greater cos ts wro a. To eourt a regnisr habit nf h lv with oiitehan-iiiijthe diet or disorganizing the system THE MOLINE WAGON. The Moline Wagon Co. ''My attention, after pufferies, w th Constipa tion for two or tlirt-t years, was Called t- Sim mons ( ver heuintor. at:d havi-g tried almost e.erv'hiiiir e!i. concluded to trv it. I fir-t took a wineirlic ?fiii and afterward reduced the done to a teaspooufui, hp i er dirertioui, after each meal i found thai it had none me ho much tood thi 1 continued it until I took two bottles: snce lhn 2 bio not sntperienerd nnj ittBttiHy . I kfs tt In my boas-: and would nor o without it, bat hftve no ue for ir, it ha. ing cured m." -eo. Sims, A et Clerk Superior court. Blob Co . Q- TAKE ONLY THE UE RHINE, which naf on the wrapper the red W trademark and aignatuie of J. H. ZEILIN&CO. 1HOIJAK, ILL. mnulacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A fuli and .omii! Nt-ten, t te line of PLATFORM and nthr i-rir. Wr-oi rid- f npiTl -t wiTr'nmitiii' Mini iln rU IMn-i :ip hrainm See Mn- -, l.'.h Ai"s K-fcn- al'v nd 'ptrd to the) 1 free on MANTLES, GRATES, Tile Hearths, Tile Facings, In great variety at JOHN T. NOFTSKERS, Cor. Twentieth Street and Third Ave., Rock Island. J. A. GENUNG. Tlie popular and relinfrle Grocer, Cor. Eighth St. and Third Ave., ROCK ISLAND, ill sell you Groceries as cheap as they ran be sold. He paysjtbe highest market price for Farm Produce, and always has a nice stiK-k on hand. FIRE, LII E AX1) ACCIDENT IK JURANCE. J, E. Loosley & Co., GENERAL Insunjice Agents fvomeepramptlT adjusted ana paid at tl agency. (Successor of Ha?es & Clegveland.) Aaener establlsbed 1SS8. Office in BengstoD's Block. lamait West Side Market Square, - KOCK ISLAND, ILLS. Du Ihe largesDinins! Room in tho trl-cities seating capacity 230 persons. 25 rents buys . good wholesome meal 25 cents pays for a nights' lodging in clean beds. City Bosxdert at reasonable rates. r 8- AU must come sober. C. D. GORDON. Proprietor. AT. "S?rTn-R"RTTTf.r. Steam and Gas Fittin wlm' Ktuam Pnmni TntmiratnTK nnrl F.iMtnrH. S. b' nd 'ljaA p'te. Pit Fitting sad Bran Goods of erory descriptioB. -ok ana racking of all kinds, Uraia Tile ana tsewer rip. Offlcs and Shop Ho. 917 Eighteenth St., ROCS ISLAITD, ILL. Kit 1 1 B III! Urn 1 1 n I! 'l I. BAKER & GOLD HEDAL, PARIS, 187& BAKER'S tPj Warranteil tthnoluteftf im re t'oma , from wbtch th; excet of Oil has been removed. It has mart than thrrt tin- the ttrenqth t4 t'oca mixi'd 'nth Starch, Arrow rvxit or supJir. and Is tln refore far mrvru econoDilrat, coning lusthan rme lent mo. It deilelouf. noniiahltut, atrengihanlni;, easily dtieated, and aamlralilT adafitod for Invalids as well aa lor ptTavuna In heaiut. Sold by Croeep ererywhare. CO,Bortetcr,Mass. Believed and Cur ed. No detention from business, and without the injury the hard, cruel truss es inflict. Sena lor circular. Air Cuslinii Rupture Cure Co, Rupture Reporters of the New York Evening Sun have interviewed several of the convicts at Sing Sing and at the New Jersey stnte prison, in Trenton, on the subject of the Whitechapel murders. At Sing Sing Arthur Williamson, a bright yoonp fellow who is doins: a five years' term for burglary, was the first man seen. He had heard of the murders, and his first con clusion was thnt the man who committed them is undoubtedly crazy. "Either he has been deceived by a woman, said Williamson, "or be has received by as sociation with them some deep physical in jury. He is probably one of the higherclass of people, perhaps a medical student. He is not of the Whitechapel folks, but must be looked for outside." Charles A. Clark, a forger with a sentence of four years and eight months, was a very intelligent Englishman, and almost had a map of Whitechapel in his head. Hespokeof tho favorable nature of that district, with its countless courts and al eys, for the commis sion and concvalment of crimes like these. "If the murderer is caught I am inclined : to think it will be by accident, said Clark. THINKS HE IS A MEDICAL STUDENT. George Edwards, also an EnRlishman and a forger, said the murderer was undoubtedly a crank. Probably he had been a medical student, as his work was done so skillfully, and he had allowed his studies to lead him the wrong way. He was probablv affected by association with the class of women whom he now seeks to remove. Edwards did not believe the murderer would stop when he got fifteen victims. He would probably keep right on. Such a series of crimes would hardly te possible under the American de tective system, but were undoubtedly aided in London bv the nature of the locality. "An officer in woman's clothing micht be able to do something, suggested Edwards, "if he could play his part well." John Dean is a ruggedly built fellow serv ing out a twentv vear term for manslaugh' ter. He is an Englishman and has been a sailor. 4,Mv first thought about those murders,' said he, "was that they might have been the work of a revengeful Mamv sailor who had been cheated by one of these women ami took short voyages between the crimes to' elude suspicion. Tho objeetion to that con clusion is that some of the other women would have known of theeheating and would not have kept still about it. But the final conclusion that I have been forced to is that the murd'Ter, from some cause, is a maniac on that subject a fanatic. It is easy enough for him to elude the pofcee in that locality; even if he were covered with blood, it would be nothing unusual, for there are slaughter houses near, and I myse have seen a man with a Hwnly knife held in h month run out to get a pail of beer and then burrv back." Steve Raymond is nn Engl i?bman. too. He is in Sing Sing for life, and is the only con vict serving such a term as that for forgery. He comes under the amended habitual crimi nals law. Raymond believed the murderer to be a high class, weli educated man, verv cunning. and crazv on that one point. He did not think the man accosted hiteehapel women, but that tie sauntered through that locality and let himself be led; then when a suitable a was reached he would seize he victim after the fashion of the garroter, pnll his knife quickly as the woman became limp and then complete his work. "Heenrrics, J think'sasd rUrrMM'wsM little articles of rtisfftiise, perhaps an alpaca coat and gloves which can be folded up gmall and put on verv quickly. Ail considered that the man comes from the higher class of people, and, being most extraordinary in his character and deeds, will require most extraai-dinary means for bis cant u re. At the New Jersey state prison the follow ing opinions were obtained: Libbie Oarrabandt, who, when a voung woman, poisoned her old husband to accept the kve of a younger man. and who has in consequence spent the best years of her life in prison, did not seem disposed to discuss the Wbitecbapel murders. She said it made her shudder to bear of such horrible crimes. She believed no one but a lunatic could be the guilty man. A EX-POLICES1ANS VTEW. John Nugent, formerly a New York police man and who is supposed to have been con cerned wi the well remembered Manhattan bank robbery, but who is serving a term here for a different offense, knew more of the London murders than any of the other con victs. Tnf is accounted for by tho fact that Nu gent is one of the clerksof the prison library, and. therefore, has more facility for learning the news cf the outside world- I doubt very much," said he, "whether it is the one man that is committing all these irvaers. i don't believe one man could fol low it ur so long and not be discovered. tli ink there is a band of them, who for some devilish purpose of their own have pledged themselves to each slay one or two of these women of the street Either that, or else several men of fiend ish souls are acting independently of each other and unknown to each other, one bav ing taken inspiration from the deed of an other. Some of the other convicts expressed themselves with brevity, and a number bad nothing to say. Here are some of the ex pressions. By a Man ho Himself Is arrow ly Escaped the Giftlowa If there is one or a dozen of them they ought to be strung ur ;:s soon as found. Thev don't need any trial. By a Hudson County Man Doing Time for thlf I Assault It looks like the kind of murders a woman would commit rather than a man, Bv a Burglar If thev had the same kind of police in .Newark I wouldn't bo in prison now. By a Camden Barn Burner If it's one an that s doing all these murders, be' crazy as Guiteau was; but that kind of cra- tinesB ought to be punished with hanging every time. Any One Can Playthe Piano with It. His name is AbOflnte-Abafcanowicz no man with any other name could have done it and be has invented an electrical machine by means of which any one can play the plana Last night be gave an exhibition in Dr. Doremus lecture room in the New York col lege, and, by means of bis utterly heartless device, he played music forward, backward and sideways, producing a combination of Mozart when be was playing forward and of Wagner when he was playing backward. It was interesting as an exposition, of what Wagnerian music really is, but the thought of an instrument being abroad in the land wherewith any one can play the piano is curdling to contemplate. New York Graphic. m J&sjsniMsjsIi C strflt7kr ' IVraMClaalaiao. siSlws'axLl Biff 13 haa given unive. aal aotisfaction In ifae cure of tiouorrtHH and meet. I prescribe Hand feel sat is in recommend ing It to all sufferer. A.J.HTUNKR. .B. Decatur, 1M PRICE. l.MO. Sold rtv Tnrlrl Chicago Conservatory - ttt APES BLOCK, CHICAGO, ILL. SISISaS fOpro.tt.' Court HoOM.1 MUSIC VOCAL INSTRUMENTAL. SfiHOni OFDRAM ATI ART, r i la.,., r . if Pisiraa 1ms ayti... !. Hi aiCAL KEPT- under direction K. UTeajLHt, Addnaa &JfCEL EAYZsiK, MaMfar. The storv of the first riot in Chicago, bring ing about a conflict between the police and people, is interesting. It was known as the lfiger beer riot" W. H. Frinee, of 506 Webster avenue, who for twenty-seven years I did duty as an officer on the police force, was i a participant in those stirring scenes. Mr. I Prince is a well preserved man of o9 years. Twas in 18m. At the spring election tho people bad voted to advance the liquor li cense to f300. Threats were heard that it an attempt was made to enforce the law blood would flow. Maror isoone was determined the law should have a fair trial. In this he had the active support of Alderman W. L. Church, chairman of the police committee, an well as of a majority of the city council. A half dozen saloon men were arrested for keeping open their places without paying the required license. They were locked up in the county jaiL That structure was then a wooden building standing on the present site of the court house and city hall. The police force then numbered sixteen night and six day men, C. P. Bradley, a courageous. cool beaded man, was captain of police. As soon as the saloon keepers were locked tip threats of rescue were made by their friends. The entire police force was put on reserve duty. Twelve men under Capt. Bradley guarded the jail day and night. The first night thousands of people crowded about ur lines, but aside from angry words and a few arrests for disorderly conduct, no trouble re sulted. The people next day grew wilder. PREPARING TO nOHT A MOB. Hot headed fellow addrcf-sed them. The imprisonment was denounced as tyrannical. People were urged to mob the police, tear down the jail and Iroerate their mends. F.arly that morning, by order of Mayor Boone, we were re-enforced hy the Chicago Light Guards and the Montgomery Guards, small uniformed and armed militia bodies. Chicago had then those floating bridges or pontoons, one at Clark, t!ie other a Ran dolph street. The city had n battery of two piev9, commanded hv R K. Swift. Thee cannon were plants near the jail and cov ered the two bridges The bridges wpre 'swung on the comers," so that the people enuld onlv cross them on foot and in single file. This was done to prevent tnolsfrom form- g cn the North or West Side and swoepinj wn on the jail. These precautions were believed to le amnle against, any attack. The people seemed rine for a riut. The fire nartmem whs m svmpathy with them. The first asault came from an unexiieoted qnarteT. Snddpnlv there rang out an alarm of fire at the jail. In accord with the provincial habits of the time the entire population poured out and came streaming through the streets toward us. The fire engine came thuudering down under full wved. The river, as he neared the line of the Mont gomery Guards, yelled, 'Clear the way,' and lashed his horses into a terrific gait. The guards came at once to the position of a squad of infantry receiving a cavalry charge dropping on one knee and presenting an nbroken line of glistening mvonets. Tho powerful horses, under the lath, galloped on. The crowd of people recoiled. Nearing the lines the horses plunged vainlv. The nervv .river, ith taut lines, by voice and lash rged th-m onward. i.ooiiy Krea tue THE l FFEREB-S FHIENO. How many people who are suffering from blood poison the world knows not but read the following letters and you may be interested: POUND BY ACCIDENT. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 80, 1887. I hare been a sufferer for six years with catarrh, ulcerated sore throat and rheu matism of thecheBt, from blood poison. About four weeks ago I was passing the Botanic Blood Balm store No. 8, North street, Baltimore. I went in and con sulted your agent about my case. He gave me one of your B. B. R. "Book of Wonders," which X read. 1 catted in a few days afterward and got a bottle of your botanic Blood Uhlm-B. 15. 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Though every point of approach was guarded, thousands of angTy people soon swarmed amund na. They cursed the guards as clerk soldiers.' They howled at the police officers: 'We want your stars.' Our badges were big brass stars surmounted bv a veik-w eaple. Clubs began being thrown and an occasional brickbat whistled pavt us. LetV strip their stars,' some one veiled, and the wild mob came rushing on. Ve clubbed them. They fell back, then re-enforced hy men maddened by drink came howling at us cgain under a perfoct shower of stones. Several officers had been hit We charged with our clubs and cracked several beads. From the mob a shot was fired. Officer Ilunt fell at my side. Quickly came the ringing order tire I' A vollev Hashed from our revolvers. Several rioters feL The crowd ran. One rioter was in- tantly killed and several were wounded. Officer Hunt lost his right arm. The death of the hoter and the wounding of many others sevmed to appease the prsstons of the multitude. The mobs were then readily swept from the streets, and the beer riot was nded. 'Officer Hunt, who is now emnloved in the city comytroiler"s office, is the only one, beside myself, of the twelve police officers participating in the fight, still living in Chi cago. We are both very proud of elegant gold medals presented us by the citi2ens at a great public meeting held at the Sherman house shortly after the riot These souvenirs bear our names and the words: 'Presented bv the citizens of Chicago for gallant services as poli-e officers in the riot of April 21,1855.'" Chicago Herald. Influence of Imagination. Gen. de Trobriand relates many incident illustrating the influence of imagination. One poor fellow believed he bad a ball in the head, and prepared to die on account of it He died. Another with his eye cone and bis ypbrows burned off thought nothing was the matter. Another instance was that of surxreou who bad been allured into the army hy a salary. He had been a man of luxuri ous habits. He found himself bving with' out fire in a tent covered with snow, flt sought to make himself comfortable by mak ing a ure in the open air and toasting one side while the other from He could not get used to the meager fare and no bed of the camp. But the roaring of cannon ended his career. He became livid, trembling like a leaf; he shook at each detonation and seemed about to lose his legs. "I am a dead man he at lost exclaimed, as if actually shot ' must go awny or 1 am a dead man." And there had not lwen a shot anywhere near the division. Ho had to be carried to a hospital and discharged. At Gettysburg m color bearer staggered and fell back. "Steady," called the coloueL l,I am wounded," he re plied in a clinking voice. "Wueror "In the throat" The commander leaned over his horse and looked. "It is nothing. I see no blood." He immediately retook his place. raising up lis flag. 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A hacking cough, a scw-.rk cold, or any throat or Inns disease arc very troublesome; but all ot these may be Quickly and permanently cured by Or. Bigclow's Cure. Safe and pleasant for ihilnren. Price 50 cents. if Chicago, Ills. (ClarkSt. r Tbfl Refinlar Old-EstatKsbei vter-. iPHYSICSAa AND SURCEOS t b sHH Treating with Hie 6rtsit r.z cvti i QTiri enrrrcd 0J OiMJUU UUU UUVUlilM .'f1. .lAT,T.lii CfcraiicJiOTi NERVOU9 DEBILITY. Lost Mao- nood, tailing Memory, .XPaumv.mB uhid, Terrible Dream. Heed and Back Athe an.1 Ml lh -firxt Ledin; n early decay an-1 pt-hap- Con sumption or Insanity, treated aeoutocaliy by Dew ..K,wk -,rr. vU--...1ivm 1MVTX ,J-SYPHILIS and al bar! Blood and Skin Diteisti permattTtfTirij curoa. .-KIDNEY and URINARY eotTtT-Uints, Gleet. Gonorrhoea. Stricture. Varicocele and alt rftcae-i of the lienito-rnnary Orpin cored prnmptlv without injury to Stoaucn, Kiiiacyi ox other Orean. fif No experiments. Are and eirpertencw important. 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West Liberty, Iowa Citv, Dee Moines, Knoxville, Winterset, Atlantic, Audubon, Harlan, Outbria Centre, and Council Bluffs In IOWA-Minneapolis and St. Paul in MINNE SOTA Watertown and Sioux Falls in DAKOTA Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron, St. Josph. and Kansas Citv in MISSOURI-Beatriee, Fairbury, and Nelson In NEBRASKA Horton, Topeka, Hutchinson, Wichita, Belleville, Norton, Abilene, Caldwell, In KANSAS Colorado Springs, Denver, Pueblo, In COLO RADO. Traverses new and vast areas of rich farming and srrazin? lands, affording the best facilities of intercommunication to older States and to ail towns and cities in Southern Nebraeka, Kansas, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico. Indian Territory. Texas, Arizona, Idaho, California, and Paciflo coast and trans-oceanic Seaports. - SOLID FAST VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Of Palace Coaches-leadinsr all competitors in splendor of equipment and luxurv of accommodations run throuirh daily between Chicago and Colo rado "Sprir.irs, Denver and Pueblo. Similar MAGNIFICENT VESTIBOLK TRAIN SFRvICE daily between Chicago and Council Bluffs lOmahat, and between Chicago and' Kansas City. Elegant Day Coaches, Dining Cars, Kecltmng tjnair uars it iu.ci, ana raises creeping ara. vmnyrois axcur sions daily. Choice of routes to and from Salt Lake City, Portland, Lo Doctors' BUis. Nearly all diseases originate from In action of the liver, aiid this Is especially tbe case with cbills and fever, intermit tent fevers and malarial diseases. To save doctors' bills and ward disease, take Simmons' Liver regulator, a medicine that increases in popularity each year, and lias become the moat popular and best endorsed medicine in tbe market for the cure of liver or bowel diseases. Telboraph. DubuQue. Iowa. Dyspepsia Makes the lives of many people mlseiable, and olten leads to sell-destruction. Distress alter eating, sour stomach, sick headache, heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, " all gone " fsellng, bad taste, coated tongue, and irregu larity of the bowels, are IvlStreSS some of the more common Aftr symptoms. Dyspepsia docs not pet well of Itself. It bating requires careful, persistent attention, and a remedy like Hood's Sarsa partlla, which acts gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tones the stomach and other organs, regulates the digestion, crcatos a good appetite, and by thus Sick overcoming the local symp- ' . toms removes the sympa- H8u3Cn thetic effects of the disease, banishes the headache, and refreshes the tired mind. " 1 have been troubled with dyspepsia, I had hut little appetite, and what I did eat Uoortsj distressed me, or did roe nean utile good. In an hour DUrn after eating I would expe rience a faintness, or tired, all-goue feeling, as though I had not eaten anything. My trou ble, I think, was aggravated by my business, which is that of a painter, and from being more or less shut np in a Ciip room with fresh paint. Last . spring I took Hood's Sana- StOmaCll rllla took three bottles. It did me an immense amount of good. It gave me an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously eTpeiftnced.i, Geokge A. Taos, Watertown, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold try all dnicUrts. fl: ttxfor fB. Prepared only Vy CI- noOD A CO., Apotbecarlea. Lowell. Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar Tr. E. C Weft- erve and Brain tre a truant, a eaaianteed anecitic for hTteria. duwlneoa. oon- ruiniotiA, fit, nervous neoralsla, heanarhe, oer voqp protttrattnn c&used by the qm of alcohol or tnbacct, wakf fain ((. mental deprestion. toft en -inn of the brum re-ntinc in Inaaaity and leading to mlwry. de-ay una oeato, prematare oia aire, hamnuocs, kwt of powtT tn either sex. Involao iry ana epermaiorrnoea cansrc ny over exertion ot the brain, elf abuse or over indul ffenre. Each box contain one ownthV treatment. l a box, or ix boxes for $5, eent by mail prepaid on receipt or price. WI OTJAKAHTKI BIX BOXES To enre any caae. With each order received by na for nix boxes, accompanied with 5, wa will will the nun ht-vr out written iruarantee to re fnnd the money If the treatment doe not affect i core. Gnarantet looned only by Marshall A Fither. Harper bouae drag etore, soie agenia. koce isiana in. Antreles, San Diepro, San Francisco, and Intervening locaiiuea. Quick Umm, prompt connections and transfers In Union Depots. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Puns etrperblr eqnirPd Exprws Trains dailv each vrav between Chicago, Rock Island, Atchison, St. Joseph, Leavenworth, Kansas City and Minne apolis and St. Paul. The Favorite Tourist Line to the eeenic resort, and hunting- and fishing grounds of the Northwest. Its Water-town Branch courses through the most productive lauds of Northern Iowa, Southwestern Minnesota, and East Southern Dakota. THE SHORT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers tacflltle to travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafavette, and Council Bluffs, St, Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and St. PauL For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired infortnatiori, apply to any Coupon iiCKet umce in toe unite a otabes or lytuwua, ur ftuurewj E. ST. JOHN, General Manager. . CHICAGO. IM- E. A. HOLBROOK. Oeal Ticket k Pass. Agant. THE KOLIXE SAVINGS BAIX Charted by the Legulatar of Illinoie.) MOLINE, - ILLS. Open daily from 9 A M. to 8 P. H .. and on Tie- uay aua sAiarnay ivvf ninira irjai to 8 o'clock. Interest allowed on Des posits at the rate of 3 per Cent, per Annum. Deposits received in amounts of (1 and Upwards. 8ECCRTTT AND ADVANTAGES. The orivate Dronerty of the Tmrtee ia wnoii- aible to the denofitors. The officers are prohibt ted tmm borrowlttg any of ita moneya. Minora and married women protected by opocial law. OrrtrH : B. W. Whsklcck, Prefttdent : Jon Goon. Vice President :C. F. HMIxvtT. Cashier. Trustees : b. W. Wheelock, Porter Skisner. C. W. L'bdell, 'elort Cheater. H. '. Caodee. C. r uraout, a. s. wngbt, c. r. u -innway, jotm Good: J. M. Cbrinv. V- H. Htoidard. trhe only chartered Saviuga Bank in Rock tiana voamy. Silver loses one-fifth of iu weieht fot every year it lies eubmerced under sal water The average lengtn of life ia on the in crease. The science of medicine haa made great progress; many diseases are now controlled that were formerly thought in curable The greatest discovery ia Dr. Bigelow's Cure, which cures consump tion in stages that other remedies are of no benefit. Coughs, colda, croup, whoop ing cough, bronchitis, and all throat and lung diaeaaea speedily and safely, rrioe 60 oenta and $1, of druggist. Qhancert NOTICE. htate of Illinois Kock UlajidColktt. ( in the Circuit Court, January Term, 1888. Lain B. McCaU tb. David H. McCaU -In Cha eery. Athdavitof noii-reflidence of David R. iTeTall the above defendant, bavin bees filed tn the cleric aomceof the Circuit coort of said county, nouce is tnereiure nereov siven n me aa a ihm- refident dfvn1ant that the complainant filed ber bill of comptaiat In aaid coari, on tbrcbanrery aide thereof, on tbe Twenty -seventy day of No vember, 1888, and that therevuon a aammonn Mued oat of aaid coart, wherein aaid unit ia now pending, returnable on the firat Monday In the mania 01 -anuary lien, as ia oy law raoaired. Now, anle yoa, the said aoo-reaident defen dant above named, a hall peraonaily be and appear before aaid circuit court, on the firat day of the next term utereor, to be noldeo at Kock laland is and for stid coantv. on the Bret Hon'ta.T ia Jam- nary next, and plead, answer or demur to the said coniplaiDant'B btlltof complaint, the same and the mat en and the matters and thhm thpiit rhavriv. ed and ata'ed will be taken aa confeaaed. and a decree entered aaaiaat yoa accerdius to ttte pray r of aaid bill. 1 Bucc laland, DlfM November 7. A D. im. -. JL a. BOWMAN, Jr., Clerk of said Olreait Ooart E. W. HinanvOowpt'a ftoL . 15 3 o o LOTOS F&GE POWDER ratumc tlrftr complexion alnvBld tw-Mirr a SAMpLb' BOX GRATIS if the I a nut Imnurted ana anaiaiUHHwlr acknrwl Oaiiced aa te ret FACE POWDER Gaarnnted to be perfectly barroiesa. troperrv'ptl Me. durable an-t inviMttle. Kor ale avar-wlmre frlr. C&a aanal &Ut mw RvK. Ak l)UT dmjtx.st for tt or write tor poetajd sample box au J. F. LLOYD & CO., Sole Importers, mi avnd V 1ft nkhlnriM att-eet, C H1CA60, LOTOS FACE POWDER Fob Sals bt thb Folio wraa DBrjuaian Msrahall & Fisber, Bartz Se Bahoaen, and Frank Nadler. DRUNKENNESS Of tkt i.-tear Hah it. Peeiltvely Cared my Mwiniaicrins ur. uaiaea' Uoldes ipeclflc. It eaa be liven in a ctip of coffee or tea in s-nuwieuaT ut tue person taiing u;uaosoJC barmlea. and will enact a perm an en I and aix enre. whether the tmttent ia a moderixa dnnki an alooboltc wreck. Thousands of drunkard! have been made vmnerat men who havr taken Goloaa apeetfic tn their coffee wltbont tbeir knowledge and UMiay believo they qntt driaklna of their own freewill. IT NKVl.tt FAIL. The areiem ooee tmDrernated with tbe Koeclnc lt becomes ma auar unposstttuiiy lor tne itqur appetite to nit, Fran tout l, by T. H. THuMaS as, vraaclau, Boca. SLIPPERS. -BARGAINS IX- HOLIDAY SLIPPERS CARSE & 00.S'. The finest Line and Prices Lowest in tbe city. The Latest Styles in Boots and Shoes. 1622 Second Avenue. SLIPPERS. Q CQ W & Q O s JOHN EL RANSON, (Fonnerlr of Coal Valley.) Dealer in Choice Wines, Lipors BEERANDCIGARS, No. 1717 Second Avenue, Bock Ialaad. . J. T. DIXON", MERCHANT TAILOR. And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. OLSEN & PETERSON, And Dealers in Flour, Peed, Baled Hay and Straw, Crockery Glassware, Cutlery, Etc. STSteimahlp Agtncj and temituse to any part of Europe. 01 aad 80S Ninth Street, Eock Ulind, TH,' ft 1 o K w t 4 "it ii 'I