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They mm a doable datr to the company amd to traveler and it ia aomeUmes ahak diffieolt of accomplishment. raaaeagera oa thU line will find little eaaae ior eompiatat oa taat gToaaa REMEMBER Aa Ureal Bock blaad Bonte raat all ' trmiaa to Eaclewood inbar- Baatioa. cloeo to World's Fair , aad tob eaa aave time aad Mamfcta bj caitlaf of a that polat M BTtM the crowd la the city. rau paruemiars m 10 uoaata. raaaa, apwr to aay ooapoa eSN b the Caited SUtea. 1 at laexleo, or aodroaat ISO. CZ3A8TIA2L 5a Tit tarn, a-u Gkka m BCr JftfiSTCart Ljr. Cfcioaca d 1 k 4 Vt e...at -t T tL Baisurr mi pinwininTH, 2 ' -' tT V.I.H aV jjmi 1 r r1 r-"- FfiOK3SXC7AL CABC3. ATTORNEY' C-PAUICXTCR. ATTOBNBT AT LW-OB:o la Mitchell r UHltH JACKSON HURST. ITOBXBTB AT LAW-oaeo in Rack Ulm NmIbu.I iMt MUlii, Baca lalaad. ta. s. . tmtm-rr. c l. viuni SWCSHCT At WALKXR. Attobssts as o rormctxou AT LAW Conce ia Plaint a hUch. BocklilsaS. IU. 8EARLS 8XARLX. ATfM TOKCBT8A OOmBLtOM AT LAW MeXXIRT MXltIRT ATTOK!(tT AT LAW-Lm bi " ffltj. ante Putt HNcMl Lya4. ftcfatane. OMe la PwinalLi 8. W. OOXLU ATTOKXBT AT LAW-fwawtF at Pan Byran, M aanu ia mm rwa rn wtth ilw tna ml lawaiaf A f atrlkaa at aUa. aaa aoo ovraH aaflcata ih a4Mar1a Milig. rawa a. at MaUar. rnrswijufs DR. A8AT. PHTi ciAS axo sraeio -11H Third Avcaaa. Trlrpteac tin. Bock bUad. U OaVa Hoori: 10 a. ai..ta It 1 to t p. ax aad B. BoDowauaa, H. & Gea.B.Bafth.lLI OR8. BARTR ft HOLLO WBUSH pBTSICIASs AND tCBB05S raat. m Mat at. ibc DbBaftk Dr. taIPa,au laiMfaia, )ata.ak Mlaa4Taaa.ak. DR. CH AS M. ROBIXBOX. I. BAB. SO. AND TMBOAT OULT .ait.NR. ttaUMtta4l r.tlTaaa.a.D. aaa.W.Waaaiei,aL DRS. MTBRS WflTTLXR. ltaa?a?,',fc i.rr.a.r.'A' talia. ataa4Ttaa.ai Kaa. MHaaftna IJB DMSTlSTf. R- M FBARCE. itvnr- l tteaallLraeaa HAW THORN E, Ac 8ILV18. DE3tTIT a I7M (caa4 aaaaa.aar Emll m awta-a. DRS BICKLEtdc SCHOEMAKBR, rtKNTAL sCBGBO!4 ttcarll A Lrad Mock. ML (TaaaAaiaaain AUC21TMCTS. EDWARD L HAMMATT. ABCHTTBcr, Baek lalaaa. TfJ. al. AUteaaB A Lyaaa aaiatlaf. GEO. P. 8TAUDUHAR. IBCBITBCT lac aa4 niinanalnai tar al I aar aUt . B mm M aMB, attefc- city orricyBs. W. A. DARLING, Cm BNOISBSB Baea at, itcaan A Lya4t block Take IkrataT. Is life Wort b toying? Taat DeaaaAs Cpaa Taar Baahh. MONROE'S TONIC Will aata aaa aa kaa ftt aralL rar gale at Barrcr I John Volk Sc Co, 0BBBBAL- CONTRACTORS t COTJS3 ZXJUJ3ISS3. a,OoorhtdAKiia.Floeaiaf 11m I tra-ttTrra: nca aau BraU A Matat. Talipaiai 1MB. eewrs eacaa? IIOODY aSD 8ANKEY. sioav OF HOW W00OV DISCOVCREO THE MAN TO HELP HIM. It Waa at a atacttes la tka Taara if tkm to tlagu Waa Vint a hy Ik Mterias; Kraalln Tkatr rtnt Tet k. - It was At lmliaoaiHiUs ia that these two men first made each other's acquaintance. Mr. Moody was already displaying that seal ia eraaselistic work which sobseqwutly made him famous, tboogh then his efforts aad bis repnta tkm were confined largely to Chicago. Mr. Sankey'a home was in Newcastle. Pa., where be was then serving as an in ternal revenue cOoer. His father was a banker and active in politics aad held under Lincoln's appointment the impor tant poeiti on of collector of inland rev enuo for four large counties fa western Pennsylvania. Toong Sankey was then a Christian, having been converted a number cf years before during a Metho dist revival, and bis talent of song had already begun to be used for his Master. Coming to Indianapolis to attend as a delegate from Newcastle the national convention of the Young Men's Christian association, Mr. Sankey attended one morning a o'clock rrayer meeting, held in the basement f the First Baptkt church, led by Mr. Moody. The singing dragged, and Mr. Fankey, at the sugges tion of a minister who was seated beside him. started np the familiar hymn, "There is a fountain filled with blood." It went well and was followed by other songs equally successful, aad Mr. Moody became so interested that be looked about to sre whence the new impetus in singin; came. After the meeting closed, with characteristic quickness of deci sion, Mr. Moody, hardly waiting for an introduction, said to Mr. Sankey: "You're the man I have been looking for for the lat-t tight years. Come and lunch with ue." The invitation was accented, and later in the day the two men got tog-tlwr, end the subject of a future coml inatioo of forces was talked over in dosrnricj.t earnest. Mr. Moody pressed upon Mr. Sankey the duty of at once joining Mm ia Chicago, but in Sankey's n.iad there were some tac tical object i4is arising from his busi ness and family connections. "I am a government officer." be said to Mr. Moody, "and may find it difficult to got released." "There is a liettT govern ment to serve than this," was the re ply that flashed inrtantly out. But, persuasive ss Mr. Moody was, he did not carry Lis point then and there. Mr. Sankey took several manths in which to consider the matter. That very afternoon, however, the first Moody and Sankey public meeting was held, with no advertisement except the singing as led by Mr. Moody's newly found friend. If wa$ an outdoor gather ing, and the masses were there. Mr. Moody brought out a box from a store to a favorably located street corner, mounted it, and there a short but fer vent service of preaching and song was held. At the close of this open air meet ing the two evangelists beaded a pro cession for tle Academy of Music where the convention meetings were beld, sing ing as they marched with the crowd in to the Acaib my of Music, the convention having adjourned the discussion of "How to Eaca the Masses and gone to supjier. hen the delegates got back to the academy' building, tly-y found it nearly half full of the verv "lapsed uummcs" about wlmm thev had been discussing. Mr. Moody cnt short his second address, disuiiswed the audi ence and went t ut with Mr. Ranker to get something to eat. Mr. Sankey was greatly itnrrwed with these two meet ings and said to Mr. Moody, "You are reaching the,massee while other people are talking aiwut llx-m. After the convention was over Mr. Sankry west back to Newcastle and talked the question over with his wife aad family. He did not see his duty dearly all at once, bat Mr. Moody kept writing for him to co.ne to Chicago and at last persuaded him to go out for a week to look the ground over. Arriving in Chicago in the early morning, he west first to Mr. Moody's bouse, reaching there just as family icayers were beir.g held. Almost before Mr. Moody intro duced him to bis family be asked him to sins a hymn and thus contribute ai I part toward the informal w rv 11 e of praise. Then the two men went cnt into the streets of the city visiting the sick aad nfrtunate. That day must have been a notable one in the personal history of the tvro 1, who afterward commanded the eager attention of great audiences on both aides of the sea. On this occasion, as two ordinary missionaries, they went about from bouse to bonse, singing and reading the Bible aad speaking the word of cheer aad nope wherever it was needed. This was their first day's labor together. Evening meetings were beld during (be week in the Illinois street church, of which Mr. Moody was the bead aad leader. Oa Sunday a large meeting was held in Farwell hall, and as the organist hap pened to be absent Mr. Sankey bad to sing without instrumental accompani ment, not having even a small cabinet organ there. The effect of the service upon the people there was so marked that Mr. Moody turned to the singer and said, "You see I was right." There were that night not less than 100 inquiries. The earnest preaching and consecrated song had gone borne to many a heart. From that time until the presrnt these men nave been colaborers, and the story of their career here aad in Great Britain is ao familiar that it need not again be rehearsed. CnjTcgationali!t. tbo C 1 issslas, caaplaia to the Danish naBTLaottdaathat a lane part sBocaata ahattlacB nlay with it. TUa c, MtMasoctas- THI DBTmCTtVE. OSiaaa Hrwaaap t Btaa. awaa Syracuse detectives have adopted the plaa of aslag newspapers to help eaa eaten a murderer. They are furnishing the press with pictures of taa asaa wasted with the hope that me reader 'may reeognise him thereby ai-i that some trace of him eaa thus be obtained. ThU is sensi ble, but it is entirely contrary to the fundamental principles of detective work. It reminds me of a story. A few years azo a murder waa com mitted in a rennsylvaaia town. The murderer was known, but the detec tives were unable to fiud him. An eaterprisin; local paper published a fall story of the crime aad a picture of the man wanted. The next day tae editor was waited oa by the chief cf detectives aad a conversa tion acioewhat like the following oc curred: What the jumpin blue blazes do youae people mean by printin' that ptenr o' yesterday f Why. what harm has it done? ' "Harm! You moon-faced idiot, can't you see that it's spoiled all our chance o' ever catchin' him?" How so?" "How so? Well you newspaper fellers are about the biggest fools oa the Race of this earth anyway T' "Ex plat a yourself." "Why, you chump, if you had the brains o' a 6-year-old kid you'd know. Can't you see that whoa a teller sees bis pictur ia the paper he'll know the first thing that we're onto him. The pictur is a fair and square warnin' as any maa 'fid want to get outer the way." "But he has got away, hasn't he?" "How do we know where he's got to? If you hadn't printed that pictur' he'd probably have forgot all abauV havin' committed the crime iaa week or two and c me back again. lha was what we expected. But you've spoiled our game. AInt ao chance o' gettin' him now an' it's all your faul. ' 1 never did see such fools." A Oret txplosisa! Iatbtre d'jr of fuawatr, djraami e. giant powder, and the like, uemradoaa esptoeiont arc aorari'r, ba' tbc grcitc-l explosion ot moi- cnMisr is, without .oob', that of ke"old- 8001" Idea tkt coasuBptiou i lacnraalc 1 booms cf im bav beta aacrtCxd ta ib aUatakea noiinn. Modern reaearci has etai lishrd the fx.t that CMSUmplioa la a scrofulotM diacaae if tc taac. aad that there ia one ime- dywhkk will potUV lr eradicate It from the tyrtesa Dr. Pierce Go! l. n H dical Dscevcrr. Of raune. tbrr- were ia ike olden ti&es mioj a ho would bar pronone?d aMdern esp'uslres iaatraaenta of witchcraft; oat there are, forta- e-elr. few toda wn , da an aekulwlrdfe that tta OoldcB VedUa! Discovery" U the one to creipa remedy f r all acrofatoa dieis. and eaoralBkni i awe f this. WbraBaby ssirk, wo prv -r t wraorla. Wbra e wws fluld. she tried f CaMorla. Wbra abe brrame TOm. atio ctoas to i Wkea ab had lildrea, ahe gaar'l Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Lane's Family Medicine moves the b iwels each day. Most people reed to use it. CiA-'-es. Cry for Pitcher's castoria. Coughinr; leads to consumption. Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough nt once Ctitldrei Cry for Pitcher' Castoria. TV mua'iest trie tu vr?at Britain btowsou thesniuru t of D 'li Lomond. It is the dwarf wjlow. which is matnre wlien it attaias the beiirht of 2 inches ' Zm. taa&tuaa rT1 VCD I3I?211EQ is aad will ever be the 'c::2cziti:d sanxXaflae rlaxaiatae OaataHewraJArta, nmOaaVofee. Balare yea need as bay , abtaia vrntk ee cNAitefzi t as valiaMi tiikTwais ts aahk.-wil llOPOIeiTAN VnBB3Hnita eitewaieaeo aeaw awaeatSJI - - r.,. - a a'CateyvPsai Isa nets, abottkt, ForSalo by I w r Oat.ariaii Ass Sad SkataMB. MC3L S. AVX3Y." Ohc avTwc C8JfMCenaj see ra Ms wmi cen D YEARS. bum, Km. AprU sta, im. Dr.. laaV ma wnn atit aad altbauft ad titod Bun attt 1 was cow hitut paaaiaana aaj 1 Wf awTwowy awv eery had atak. her my puma w altocwtber, heat: r Em-THOUGAnDS ek a eawaasmmam aaaaa. WkQa ta mis rotK.i a awadeayw work jaajeofaca. It- K?SWkw Oa MtLEfT 11 LLS. SO OoacaSSCva LEGAL gxKCUTOK'e HOTIO Estate of Ja-eab Hnrkhardt, Deceased. Toe enoerfigied bavins bora avpoiated - catrts of ik last will aad teatamrtit of Joatpk Barkbar4t,lateof tbaaoa tyof hock IsUad. cf lllinoi-, deceased, b r by ehre notice that ah will appear before the enanty conn of Hock lalaad eoant), at the eae of tae clerk of raid court, ia the city of Keck cland.at tbe Ja-.atry arna oa the trst Vtonrlky la Jaay aext. at which tiara all prraot r baeiut cla:ma aia est said estate arc aoufl d and req'ie.ted W atteait, fr taa parpost of haetac tbe satae ad) a-led. -11 ue-roaa ia dented to .aid t rt te arc rrqarsted to aukc in: arediate payaieiit to tbe aade-eicfied. Daied thl SHb day of Octonr. A. D. USS. SOPHIA A6ATHB Bl'ttRH AR iT, Kxecutrix. PEOIAL 6SE9SMK T OTICE Nolle it hereby f.Tea to all pereon intereiacd, ttattheciiycouDcnof be city of Bock lalaad kaeas ordeiwd tk.t: There be eoaatraeted ia aid city aa nadergroand sewer oa steteoaib street, uwawaclaa; oa the math line of Third av eaae. racning tbeaee -ath alewg aaia Six teentb street to fifth arcane, tbcra a coaaeet wilh tks aawei oa said tilth aeerae. hav ap p led aa taa coast eeart of back lalaad oawaty, tatbertat of Hliaoto.or aa aniFiaeat of tka eoata of raid touios tmtut accord to aeoeate; aaa, aa ai iHLimtat taaraai aavsaf sesa amais aadretaraed to eaid coart, tbo anal aoari thereoa win be bad at ike Mafbai lar aa!d comn, r ta racist ea the IStk day of Se All persose deainaf ntay tbea aad taers ap pear aad awke tbrlr oeftaai. Dated at Bock Ir'-aad. Ulinoia. tbla STth da of October. A D ISBJ. v. h. euvsnte, 3 R. J"BTOB, C. M AeTXR'S 8A1B. STATB Or ILLINOIS, I Rock bun Cornrrr. I la tk ci catt court, la ckauticij : Patrick H. Kellv Ba. Viretl M. BUadiae aad Annie K. Blaadttix; rcrerlaeara 131 xeaerai o. Notice is sere By gteea that by vMaa of a de cree if said court, entered ia the above entitled ea .te, oa tbe 1Mb day of September, A D.. ism. I shall, on Saturday, the Bta day ot Hoavaber. A. DM ISM. at the boor of I o'clock ia the after noon, at tbe north door of the hm b. tan. city ot Bock Islan l. ia aaid aoeaty of Bock lal- aon.io n.iy aara atotti. Bell at pa are veadao. tothe hiirbeet and beat bidder for cas 1 ia haad, thuct rutin parcel of land, aitaate ia tbe city of o.ii e an iMna aa iaia or lllino-s, knowa and ecriaed aa follow, to-wit: twerny atiia t 1, ocooraina as tae si 1 11111 s mat tor taw Tear intv m maw aontanreet t H I of arouoa talrty-s's iSSI, township cigktaea 1 181, north raace two S) west of tbe Foartb nrln- Dnted at Hock Ieland. tlllnol. thia nth l.. r m aitor ia Chancery. Bock Itlaad Caoaty. 111. Loo ETtKnxnatl M. at. BrtiaoaoB. . oplalaa rs solkatora. bmi vuatu, B. WINTER, Wholesale Dealer aad Importer of Wines and Liquors. 11 and 118 Third Av SAVED! LABOR. TIME, UONET ST TJBUrj Miil-UOAi SOAP. "ss It you owa way. t is tha Utt soap aad For art3 UadLiao ' , MA Dm ST II r Pa. 1 -Real Estate ' - A.NTV -Insurance 4g6ri( B Itaionnwcomntn. . w- TCM01C, lBt c Ueraaa Fire In. rn , . Office Cor 18th St. and . IsunJ Amftoblteiied X8S8, "TKE OLD REUlt IXATE3 a CLEAYni UEftAL Belreseatir.g over 40 Million TkA v vasn assrtc 1re Life. Torwdc, Accident, if.. Employer', Litbia,! - INSURANCE - Beads of Suretyship. ami-B-Beacstcae hlott deckbj uor rate . , J M BUF0RD General . . Insurance Agent The old Pire and T:me-tr:r Collie,, represented. Losses Promptly Fail low a any reliable romjar j ra ,- Voa- Patronaee is aolxjted. 1 BASKS. THE MOLJNi. STATE SAVHTGS BJ Kolioet III. "SVre Comer PtfteeaA streat ut TV.r 1 CAPITAL, tlOO.fXX).00. Swore aaa the aolia SaviBts tiu. otttuatl 1 PrTcnranT .iiiHil Orgaalaed mder Suxt Ltea, Oyea from la. at. to S r .. ud Wtccnaira Saturday alette trowTa rpa fx. A. amiauiia. Vi.s.ei . r. aamnrwar. (. aiaaciess: Porter Skinner. W. W. :.. C. A. Roae. q.A.Alaraerx S. B. Bdwards. W. H. Adiao. Aadiew Frlbere. C. r. BeBtxst;. Hiraai Darnc. Western InTestment! GUARANTEED REAL ESTATE LOANS for private parties :t '.te tvia pot of the west by the Orchard State Ban. of OaCHARB. NEBRASKA. B. W. Daav. Freeiaeat. J. 8. Dbt Cutr- . BBFBBBSCBS. Mitchell A Lynda. Baakrr. . r. Bwhtasoa, Caseier Rock Ir.ttd ' laafc. C.C.Carter, N. D. Hear Dana noaa. WboleM Gmcrt. ! oici.eu. B0TELS lietropolitan Hotel. Broadway, One. Prince St.. Sew To Crj Botttod aad reaoraMd under new aar.tr oa taa Baropeaa plaa. Baoat rasas tta day and upward. ,1 to the best ib tkc citj ss . atreetouafroai an B. B. rations aid rtos sal aad ferry Imadinttpara tbe door. BILDRKTB A ALLK. rf' PARKERS' 1amilry, TTtudMs tyreiytaiiig from -i dlk Uavrlkwohiwr to s cir feMt; IaixMtmrtains s sptxia No. 1734 11TBD Atj A. XXtoUJ.PIUaXR A. D. HUESIfJG