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Ateone. Bock Island. Ii
J. W- POTTER.
Tk Daily fOc P'-r month; Waakly H.OO
par aannm; In advatica $1 .SO.
All ommnoicst'oi aof a aritleal or amnienta
tttliiincvr, political or religions, tmrt nava
real asm afaehet for pnbl cation. No such
arttalan will ba prtntad over flatitiona algnaturee.
ADoymona eoDiiaoicatti not noticed.
Coirespondrnca aoltcited from artry Ijovi'bip
tn Book laland coanty .
c'ATtHDAY, PECF.MBEK 10, 1892.
1 " '
I ia said that f f fct 825.000 000 francs
that were raided tn rnmnl.t th Panama
C .oM. not less than 150 000.000 francs ,
went into the pocke'8 of
the publi.! men
Tiokr bunting iu India, as now con
diic'ed. is ttrilous sport Formerly the
animi's were shot from a platform
erected in the forests. Now the. d-.rin.'
sportsmen nun' them on foot .
A Washington dispatch eay th
name of Hon. Delos P Piielps, chhir
mna fit. the stnte cen'rnl comrait'e.- of
Ilinois, is frequently heard in connicticn
with the consul generalship to London,
and that it is meeting with general ap
prov! from Illinois congnsmen 8Ld of
the party in tbe ttte t l-tree
New Mrxio bas a population of 13 -502,
more than ti ne limes the popula
tion of N'-vada an 1 more than twice
that of Wyoming R publ:in ppirs
is.rt tl,at the territory Is nrfit for
statehood because i:s population is
largely Mexican and illiterate, but it
eompires favorably in this respect wi.h
Wyoming. Ll'.ho and Montana. N w
Mtx'uo was denied admifslon by the
R ed congress because it would proba
bly send df mocrats to the United State
senile, while the four states hdmittei in
1890 were expected to send republicans
f''1" Peoria Herald says, he purpose
i n k"cp protectionist m j rity in
control of the s na'e, and the fact tht
the senate is now republican is due to
the unscrupulous vigor wi'h wl ich th'
purpose wsa worked out.
Nrwapnpers In the Campaign.
TeR view of Reviews, an tn'irelv
non-partisan t.nd non-prilitical publics
tion. in discussing the late campaign
and its result, pays the following tri
bute to the democratic newsp'p rs ss
factors in winning te glorious victory.
" Tte campaign committees will say, on
this score of the dominance of ideas Ter I
mere machinery in Cbe elections, tb" J
tbey contributed hugely to tee miking or
the result by their great output of cam-
n.lim litrttlliFA There ia nf Cliliruf
e"K- . ,
UiliUU km u IU luia Liniiu. uut uun.
days it is the newspapers rather
than speeches in pamphlet form and
"campaign documents," as such, that
reach and Influence the voters. In so fat
as the corunii'tee u ilized the newspapers
which they did to an unprecedented
extent tbey found their way to the
people Bat most newspapers do not
take their tone from poll iciaos and cam
paign committees In England the poli
tician makes public opinion, and the
party is bis humble and ot dtent servant.
In this country the situation is exac'ly
the reverse. The editor le da and the
politician follows. The field for u few
great editors who cn perceive, think,
proclaim and bold their ground, is parti
cularly open jus. now, especially on th
tepuMicin si.le. The democratic papera
have of late vears b. en much more 'n
fluemial with the people, much more en
terprising, and much more widely rear;
speak'Dg in the general way than the
Threa Great Reforms.
W iihin that 15 years we have seen the
democ atic party, in 1877 a dishearten d.
almost (lisoryiii Z:.l body, under divided
and tspuitd leadership, striving after '
d'Ubiluland uncertain ends wn tiave
ten ibis real party of in x inguishable
Vitality trauformed by sui Cets.ve state a
into the vast, strong and eminently
popular organization that unq le-tioDably
today rou.mands the confltleuce and re
spect of the great m.j rity of Ameriean
ciiiSeus And this trDrfoimation bts
been bro1 gin about by one cause and by
one Ciuse only . The democrat) party
v lias sue :is.veiy adopted for its own. and
aer d with loyal adherence, every Dingle
one oi ihu refonus to wbicn the repub.i
C ,n p ir j baa violated its pledges. This
aud this nloue is the cause of the strength
of the dem 'cratic pny today. And
While w.' cau see no reason to suppoxe
tha' so much could have teen accoro
pi ht d iu so short a stage of time by any
other I-alter lhin Vlr O.t V.'Und, we are
ure that Mr. Cleveland hioist-tf recog
B zes iu hit deyotion to these hwh idnals
of political relorm tue main inspiration
of he p w-r and leadership.
U di r tlese circumstances, republicans
as w 1 s emocrats may be content with
the elec ion of Mr. Cleveland. All that
weut to mike a republican proud of bin
party a score of yenra .go sbonld no no
to make him proud of- the newly el e'ed
p e-idt nl ot the Uni'ed B'a:es. Mr.
C fVeland s'ands cou mtu d and the
party rx-Dind him stands committed to
very important principle whica inspired
and guiieil the republican po'icy of tnose
earl er dys. It ihe political creed was
liunil io wb cli the reptiblicnns gave
their allegiance 15 and SSU yers ago.
1, i tind cow. If in these days a man
konori d himself and s- rved bis country
by believing thus, then equtlly does he
bonor mi d serve himself and his country
by woik'nu t iday in the san.e cause, for
tue same principles, impelled Dy tee same
beliefs. And wuile ho lest and patr'oli;
republicans may Wtill fel that they have
been '.rickf t and wronged by the party
leaders wh bave put the republican
organ e lion into the fal-e posi ion of
disownini; before tbe world Its own ad
mitted and approved doctrines, tbey can
not logically or consistently object if
their traditional enemy preaches tbe gos
, .... w i. j.,j ,
Bel which thev have been seduced into
W a are afraid however, that there are
som- repun'ie.ans who will obj -ct. There
ate me ret u icts just now who are
In a mod to -hf-ci to anylhinit. Those
repuh leans, for instance, who voted for
Mr Cirvelar d o 184 and 1889. and
- who I- tbu occaaton of tbe late eiec
tior ntirt m-'Tf tn rntrut. crr'tl"'" n
(he tender meicies of ihe ?t publican
party leaden they, for Instance, must
be in a curioua, variegated and altogether
Interesting state of mind, and we greatly
doubt whethtr they can be induced to
Bee the flue consistency of the scheme of
things which has brought about the pres
ent situation. The elec ioa returns,
however, show this class of republicms
to have been numerically very small in
deed, and in other respects they certainly
ito not form an imposing body. But we
thick that the great mass of republi
can voters, while they cannot be ex
uected at present to welcome Mr
Cleveland's re-e'ection with any
trvrngaiit exaltation, will in the md he
very we 1 satisfied with the quiet and
conservative adm'nistration which e
have a risht to ex Diet from the demo-
' cralic president jut elected. And we are
' even inclined to think thnt. When thty
have time to consider the matter calmly
they will be really glad to have the dtmo
crsts do what thev. themselves, have
unlil very receijly professed their acxi. iy
l to jo. irircufUBiaiicua. over
wviiih they had no control, having pre
vented the reDuo icm leaders from car-
rvii ff ou'. the r fi rm? to which thev hid
long s'ood pie '. id :t is certainly ben-r
that these rtforrra should be at ted d to
by the demorr.t' thun that they should
he left any longer neglected. We cn
not but ihiuk th-it our republican friend
will come o look at the matter in this
It is peculiarly gratifying that the e
tablishment in power of a partv pl'-dgi u
to tii ft reform, civil service refortn h-i I
bl:ot reform, ar.d unhampered by tli
nnojin? riiaJvantaees which b s
obliged the opposition pirty to refii''ia e
the same pledges, sh Mild hive o.c irr d
precisely s it his. I', seems qui'e i;n
possible to m'sthkc the ehiric'er or im
port of tl.e recent expression of the poim
lur will. Mr Cleveland ;an not hi- Re
cused of cnrnt-Hs-ing his re election 'y
iV'e power of fe.ieral piiron-ge or fflc hI
intimidation It cannot be asserte.l fi :
the mnu binvelf or bis views or Irs t:r
ciplca are in a.nv way unknown to t' e
people Thy know Mr Clevelhnd; tint
know bis views and heli- fs; they kn
jilt ix telly what ihes btve eluded him
to do. and th; he will most assured y n
Aira I Away I Th ra U danger here I
A t rr b'e phantom Is be: dingni'Sr;
With no hnmin lo k, with no human broa h,
fie standi- beide tvee thc-hsonter-Dcaiht '
If tbero if one dincapp mora th'in amttar thaf
aom?M like the ni.bliK'en ga st at a tanqa' 1 it t
Cati rrh. Insldi. u'.v il uteald apon om, "with no
banian Ti-th ' it gradually like tha .itonp.
wlndu it ro: abom joa and r J on. Bu
t'irre Is a n edicine, ci lltd I r. f rge'a ' a arrti
Remedy, that ran teir yon r w ty from tha ir.on--t
r, and turn the i h- V p..int the rra er ''be
makers o Ibis wonne:f ul remedy o ar. in poid
alth, aitnnd ng ri wa d of $V0 for so lnrnrah a
rtae of Catarrh tn the Mead.
The rerseverlng T.k.
Young eels in passing np a river show
the mot extraordinary perseverance in
overcnniing all obstructions. Tte lar,'e
flood gates sometimes fifteen feet in height
on tlie Thames might be supposed sujii
clent to bar the progress of a fihh the size
of a darning needle. But young eels have
a wholesome idea that nothing can stop
them, and in consequence nothing does.
Speaking of the way in which they ascend
flo,xigate and other barri
,a-8. "Those which die sti
era, one writer
says: "Those which die stick to the post;
Others, which get a little higher, meet with
the same fate, until at lust a layer of them
is formed which enables the rest to over
come the difficulty of ths passage.
"The mortality resulting from such for
lorn hopes' greatly helps to account for
the difference in the number of young eels
on their upward migration, and that of
those which return down stream in ths
autumn. In some places thesa baby eels
are much sought after, and are formed in
to cakea, which ara eaten fried." Bod aud
Cats and Tamplraa,
At annset, in the forest of Guiana, the
bats fiit from their biding places, some
taking the place of the parrots and flock
ing around the fruit trees, while tba horrid
vampires wander far and near In search of
some sleeping animal, or even man, in or
der to obtain a meaL Cows, goatn, hoc,
fowls, ah r-ell as game birds and quadru
peds, all suffer from their attacks if not
secured in well latticed pens, while the
traveler must not be surprised when awak
ing to find blood oozing from a wound in
his foot or temple.
In some places domestic animals cannot
be kept at all, as they are so weakened i.
repeated attacks as to ultimately die oi
exhaustion. Fortunately, however, tlie
vampires are not very common, and witl.
proper care may be excluded from dwell
lug bonnes and stock pens. Longmau'i
State of Oliio, City of Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney m .kes oath ths. It
is the senior partner of the firm of F J
Ciieney & Co., doing business in the C:
of Toledo. County ard Slate aforesii'C
and that said firm will pay tbe sum i.
$100 for each ar d every case of a';r t
that cannot be curi-d by the use of Hall'.
Catarrh Cure. Fr .nk J Cheney.
Sworn to before me and snbscriUd i
my presence, thlt 6-h day of DLCroibtt
A D W6
seal A. W. Glxasob.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken iD'ernn!
and sets directly on tbe blood m
mucous surfices of the system, b n
for testimon'sls. free.
Arton ss K J Cheney & Co., Toledo. O
fold hy druggists, 75r:
lack of Fza cise
Is one of tbe prime causes of besrWh
in the winter. Persons accustomed n
tbe pure fresh air during the plenum,
m -nhs are i-uj-ct to this terrible an
noyance at this time of tbe Tear. A
boon is t ff i red in Eiause's headache cp
sules, which is guaranteed to cure au
kind of a headache no matter what ti
catiae. HenrlMC.be eaus-d br ov -riri'I't'
ift nee in fnod or driub late at nit'til, ci:
te priv.-med by taRirgone capsule t-e-fore
rtjiirinir and oue in tbe morning.
Ona Minn e.
One minute s time often makes a tr. t
difference a one minute, remedy f
Bronchitis, choking up of the thro v
lings, etc., of course is a ereat blesiim.'
Cubeb Cough Cure is eui h a remedy.
(Jubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
Jo- W. Rowen, of Des Moines, ! ,
while snow bout.d at Carroll,
tbrtiuch exposure contracted a ttv. re
cold. After several useless trials of v-.r
inus remedies he purchased a bottle t.
Cubeb Cough Cure, and Bays tbe curb
was magical, and after taking two doHe
: be could breathe fr ely, and enjoy a good
sleep that night undisturbed. Another
t case is on record where a lady
k ease is on recora woura a jaiiy nan not
f , .
slept more than one or two hours a night
" for months, who after using only, one
bottle, was well and happy.
To Toa Tsra
Neuralgia. Lame Bick. Pain in the Bide
More Throat, Sprains, Boreness ot the
Chest? Then have it no more but bit
Krause's QerraaD Oil.
Oarmb Omifh Cure One Miru". '
YOU WA5T TO S..VE
MONEY! S VE NOW.
Gr nr PEr ms thb 13th of Dicsh
B" EVBBTBODY WcMDKRi UOW
V.'b Cah Tkbat C a-es at 5 00 a
Month Oklt Six Path XojieI Th
Cftbk Holds Cooi Oni.t UTIL Tro
HOW CAN WE DO ITT
lie artFwfri, tTat it tan ho ''one for Intake
r U SINKS rXTil PHfSR-lt can he d.iim
'demon-trate ability, and itca.i be dona with
out los", with a p aetic ;of om my caiies.
?5.d? a VonCi'
rot .Vkdicikb aku
TLe oftVrh Id? rr.o, for eix dfcYmore. Tl'in'i
ra) iy more. lltwl JS. 0 a month for all
o peaa' a. -rh- off r 1 oldu for six davo a
Take adTantuge of if.
WHAT IS CATARRH?
TJSv7r to a Q ;etion
ia Asked Daily.
A Oi case That His Pccorce so C n
rcon in This Country That it fi
Bum Called a Ni'ioni Affcion- I
Vtrious Pisset hnt is Cat irrh, a
What Portion of tie B. dy Dc s
Mlij pwplo n.v m'.- tak r Idra that
Cii arr mKTin rimplv a duchnrL'e ( urn h - ro
tru. wi h a hnwkri g a ,d iiftng f mnco"; I'll
to i-'- o. serving phj-i ian who mtka- epeciaitv
in ,r but k i . ? tit tlie wnra csUtIi" nif ui r
nore. nxp rfnre hai tJii sht ua V x ea-arrn iB
by n.i me ans coiifinvd to tl e ha d, hut that Hi
ru ircKjua.:. fc rrqunt:j love ed t it Th. ?
wr l ave
t'utarrh of tha soa, en-tF'rg frontal tid..ehi
or i umlKia. a wnw of alu llr-xs or :rowi ra .
dlai iee a fu Ion of th o;r ta, etc.
' 'a'arrh .f tkr lhn.l tiniin h al tntwa i b '
lm . taut i g nre throa , Co i n. h.ar-ne ,.r
en ir : lc oi Toiea. bro eUilis !:ethma. i u m
( a arrh r tha !romad itr.na
idiir-tio:i, hert-b.r.,wi!erhrali, iia sa .fiid
b-. aih. pBlpiintiou af tb kea-t, hor,nM ol
bri a n, a c.
C arrh of tie h'rl.l- ujntni, i.K.i.
B L-hi' dieaKe. eta.
t atairh f f tltf bo 1 .HI mlno f1rprti,Yta h.
and i n-Tlat.on. t ain anc cnmni. and disnrrl: n.
i n at ponion th body.
I'' fact, caiairli nff eta, :nor - laa. all Ihe
mm o nif ic-r of ih- bod, ca sine rVvare loci'
or is un.lB e or rti mnntic a in the ab t. .- nd
nip r tlie a ou di r Llad a vrr tkr ea- n l eniaria
ti o aud often cans u.t tio, mi,l r.a k v.i
. r j -
Sh;il atia bai a ft tout s rem rki to
Am I rr I took trratmi nt at thr Srol! Mcrlir.l
trst lutef No, Mr. hi.t I h id iririi ao mint cu e
bat I did ant uni iio-e in- re i am -n "l run '
foraaarrb. I low 11 dl as hao Ur naU'akm
1 1CTOR t-BALLSNS
Do. 415 Ilth urai t, Moline, IU
I am OTimied in the factorr of ra riar l
Lea, llith vtreet. Moline. I ., anr. am IS yearn of
aa.. I be d'S'-'fe I ad ei lte i for tin paxt five
,-rH iuu i bu miwe ne virniomH were thOKA or
o oioary aa ru i w-'Uiit n c Tcre hpHdar i
ovt rmy eyes, a d 1 fjnnd it rtinlcn't ti bre.-ih.
my nose nemj ato; p d ua anil a c octant di
ctiarfe into my thn.au I had a n ttirot.gh m
ui.a", anu cou u auiiyi . ow, riin v mucua.
wnf a w iy- akin" 'Old, and this w aid multe mv
oife he worse, 'in ' my Ihma won d naire 1
a i luht sweat-, una I w i , ettincr diannii'&t.('il
How li.nn ha.i I be-;n n d t cat j. nlJ Not onil.
"in-1! on ii. ai u an my trouble una toope i, r o
nat l uo iioi rea nre anv cior! treatment. I run
not too xtrontrlv u i?e anyo le a rr.'l i ly uff e'ed to
pi) lor treatment, aa I am pe.-fi.-clr tati fl
wun my cae
Allvat'ent under tre .tni'-nt liefore Tae lSti
wl 1 b. tieati'd n til cured 'or 5 a north. This in
elude ronsultatio-, eiamiiii.ll. n, 'riatnient BLd
ma i ciue r r an paiieute a m to- au dipearea.
All Diseases !
Tt.e 5 R .le
Uol.ls O d
for All r
F f 'lo'lsn s mon'h nn il carad. rot nnlr fo:
Ca arrh, but for a I (li a'-e-. Thl-- iiie'nde;
n-"iLin -. ac t--. or drops ,dvu a1a.loaaorvo
am r.-TO.. or los of app -tite. often caned by
cat r h of tbu r-tomarb; ul diaeaaea of tlie Iniifri
uinen-iiii ais orconaumi.t -m. In Iteea-lT at-ie.
io-lt.-lv care t by tbeNew Limit Itetre'ilT: infll
tra:ion of the lanes, eimsing tightnesa, tlion
"reaming, etc ; a'8 a-es o ine ier, t dnevs anil
-1-leen, i'l .bei-'s melites. o" water com iiion of
the 1 1 -od, acate Brivbt'a 1 eaae: d-ecises of tbe
bladder; h-rt di-ea-. al ilar and fanrt ona!
mor 1 lutnfflcieue. redocing dropsy, shoniee
or b earn a dgenerat debili y; ui b troub'e 1'
II its forms Snc -es a treating catarrh of
sta aan is p enomenal I
Unlike t!i3 DutcTi Process
are nned in tbe
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jw and soluble. .
taestre-iyzA of Coooa mixed
with B arrli, Arrowroot or
' Bcpar. und la far miim
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ftocherter German Ins. Co., ttocbaeter, .. .
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Secnrltv ln. Co.. Acw rVivev Co -ti.
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J. M. BUFORi:
General . . .
Tliv ol 1 Fixe n Time-trk-d Con.;.ai:!.!i
SMes ft low an any reliable cumjtiViy cp hi
Yon? .'HtroTifiirc i1- eoi'd'c-'.
Or. Berry's Sanitarium,
Tiefltod In the most fruhlonahlA. onlot and d(v
Mtrbtful portion of Cblcairo, near Lincoln Park.
Founded by Pr. Berry for t lie skillful and scientific
treatment aid cure (when curable) ot all de
form i tiea. nervona a laeajtea, th ront and long
diKoaaoa, skin diaeaxa and chronic nlcera,
dlscasea of women, diaenas of the fcldneya
and bladder, and all curable chrnnlo disease
of whatever nature they may be. The sanitarium
is nmierttin personni supervision and care or ur.
Berry himself, but there Is In addition a resident
physician, a matron and skillful nurses always in
Ir. Itorrr a Ksnntatlon M a aneef Ailst Is sfl
well known tn Chicago that there Is no necessity
for references, but for th benefit ot those llvlu;
away from Chicago, we refer to the following:
REFERENCES TO CURED PATIENTS.
Mr. IL Cunningham. 639 9. Lake St. Aurora.
111., cured of CaUirrh and Deafness, i'r. K J. H.
Arscott. 11G3 W. Harrison SL. Chleaeo. cured ol
Snlt Khenrn ot the bauds and feet. Mrs. Henry
Kose, Downs. McLean Co., II L, cured ot severe
Catarrh. Miss Nellie Johnson, Morris, 111., cured
orcatarrn. Mr. u. ru. Mitson, or Kensinerton, ill.,
nnred of Nervoua Debility. Mrs. N. Btadtfleld.
14 m urtietn si., c;nicaso, cured or neuralgia.
Mr. . T.J. Keller. 2H Warren Ave.. Chlcnio, cured
of Skin Disease (pimples). Mr. D. J. Wblttaker,
Clyde, O.. cured ot Nervous Prostration, Mr.
Chas. Walker, Lynns. Iowa, cured of Skin Disease
(eczema) of 60 years' duration. Mr. John Larson,
2!iSCotirtland St.. Chicago, cured of Catarrh and
Neurnlia. Mr. M. C. Murphy, Summit, III., cured
of Skin Disease, (salt rbeum) and hundreds of
others whose pictures and the history of whose
cases nre ail primed tn Dr. Berry's book on
REFERENCES TO BUSINESS MEN.
TL H. Cooler, of Greeorv. Cooler Co.. Union
Stork Yards, Chlcnr?o; J. T. Roberts, Manner
Huyler's, 161 State St., Chlrev.ro; Harvev Jennev, of
the Jenney3raham Co., 102 Madison St., Chicago;
D.S. Morse. Western News Co., 40 Randolph St.,
Chicago; Robert A nsley. Chicago Herald , 154 Wash
ington St., Chleairo; Robert Lone, of Marshall
Field and Co., Washington ond State Sts.,ChleagG
A. Woinbere. Adams. Westlake Manufacturing
Co., Ontario and Franklin 8ts., Chlcapxi. and many
cimers. an prominent Dusmess men oi cniengo,
(chose names and statements are given In full In
Dr. Berry's book on Chronic Dlseasea, Send foe
ane. There Is no charge.
THE EMINENT CHICAGO SPECIALIST,
Vreats and cures Catarrh, fikln and Nervous Dis
eases, Including Pimples, Freckles, Blotches, Salt
ttbeum. Eczema, Superfluous Hair, Tumors, Scro
fula and all Skin Diseases; Diseases of tbe Ear,
Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma. Consumption and ail
Diseases of the Nose. Throat and Luues; Loss of
strenctn ana vitality. Backaches, Headaches,
Weaknesses of Different Owns, Neuralgia. Dis
poses of the Kidneys and Bladder. Diseases of
Women and nil Diseases of the Nervous Bystem,
Nervous Debility, Varicocele and all Deformities.
Dr. Berry Cnrea Catarrh.
Dr. Berry Cures Skin Diseases.
Dr. Berry Cant Kerroai TMnnnnen.
Dr. Berry's Chicago offices are located at 104
State St., Chicago, t nd he makes a point every
weotc oi puoiiHuiug new cures oi patients, in ine
Saturday Evening Ami, Sunday Herald, etc.
For full information reinirdlna- Sanltnrlrrm.
rreatments, ChRires, etc, also for Dr. Berry's
wua va viuvuic Luaeaaea, naaresa
HH. C. H. BTORT,
104 State SL. Chicago, IR
A iew sen "'orr plele.T eatn ent, rrtisistli'jr tf
frfpp isilories. Ointment in 'a;isnl . iit-ri in Box
n.a r"i Is; A r'o-'itive I'nre for f x nw. mini or
U)cec!ii a llchin", C hroi i " Ke' i n or Hi r dit rv
I'iies Fkhalk wnAEKri-KH and tr. u othir.iia
pase; itis ilvays a t'r at 'in'f:t to th general
health. 'J he first discovery i.f a mr-'i- a! r ure rr-n-dcrincan
operation wiih the kt ifa u:'ressary
oerealtcr. This U med Via? tie -rr o ti known
to fall ' per bos. S tor fSxrtbi nil!'.'. Why
-itffer fiom this terrinoie oW a-e wl'e rit'en
siusrante is pos.tiviv ifiv n with 6 i""U e-. o re--ui'd
the monev if rot '-ured. S'-'i imp tor
f'rinier tTllnrar i-' hy Ol.f .-r vl.:
.1 PaKESE-'- livkk pellets
Actum, i magic onT'he. - tnm.ach. I.tv, r i - Uw
est tlifi eif i!yi;iepsiB, P.t lor.sne V .-r tkiUi.
NVrvou:' ,'iaori,-r!i.-le'i,e-in..-iip.i na-of ipM-',te
rt'-tor-. tt:e con-o!, e. i.ir : p rVct d!.---i.m t -:
u :litin:i-. Fox tiv. euro or 8l( K II aiiacIiE
and Couatlpation. fmali, mild ay to tti-e. Large
ViaW of 50 PplB 2S . ent?.
HAKTZ A BAt NS-N Sole .eut- liocU Hand
!i. Reninon'a Eel ab e Kemedy. rumoop every
where axnone the ladiep aa aafe. prompt ac
eifcctual Theorimnai .mauA salvation. Pr.'.
$1 pert d ct, sealed; iTifortcation free. Auroap
taton Mecical Co., Boaton, Maa. i
t. I Lfeft' a laar-Kar
A Q U I O a AMO POI I Tl K flaurir Jt
SiTA HT V knawn. A M ar V 1 1 0 U ? J! JTsoi
pKTlTIOK TO BKLLI-BAL ESTATE.
SfATb OF ILLINOIS,
KOCK ISLAKD I'OOTItl. I
To the Dec mher temniA. D. ISirt-cf She aomnry
urt i n probate,
in the matter of the aelaU of William H. John
Jotin 8ehfar, Jr .a'tminlftrator m Uttamen
o anntxo of the last will and tefamenl of Wil
linniK. .Inhnst a, decaed. petillonar. ts. John
A .lotnson, Myron tlswortb J hnson, hsrles
IrwijJoh'on, illiam C. JohS"U Samuel C.
JdIiiisoii, Reheeca Stanley, Anna Hewitt, Martha
E Benjan-n, Martha L. VaiSto, Sarah 1. Hewitt,
S.la B. Hickea and Rmn.a fc. Martin, defend
enta Petition to tall real a-ta'eto pay dtbl
The ihe aboTe Bsmednaa rttUlinl defendants,
and each ot them.
AfSdaYit of yonr non-reaidemca baring bern
Sled in ibe offlce of the clerk of ra d county court,
ootice ia te'eby glen to yom, that the above
nau-ed petiiioi ar baa nled in said court
ai-- peti'ion for the sale of real eatate af which
aid Wnliam N. Johnson died seised,
in which yon are named d-fmitauia;
that a sunim:ns has beeu dal ' issued in
aid cauie HgainB". you returnable to the next term
of said ronui'y court to be begu an 1 ho den at the
onrt boor--i i th-city of i ct is and in said
count on the first A on iay of Teceniber, A. I
IS'.ii, at hich time and place von will a; pe r and
nl'-a i. answer, or 'einnr to vaid petition if you see
lit. and thaf vmr ilrfau twill lie -ntir-i unlcs
von app 4r in 'aid court by the flntl Moiiduy of
i.t- Jh iiinr v lira next.
Hoc 1st-Vnd, 111., November IS, A. r. 1892.
UJAM Ait KOHL- rt,
;ler. ot taid court,
iwlllir Vi!H Attorn t for petition.
IOK TO OONTRACTOE8.
Se ''.ed proposals wfll be received at t'-e city
clc k'e offlce, hock Hand, 111., until liee . 19, iftri,
at 5 p. ti.., for constructs K t-e improve 'ii-et-or.nred
! y an ordinance of snld ci y. tutliled
i . orOiiiauce for the 1-prnvemeTit of Twen
It' th Mrt el fro : th youth in e of Ninth avenue
to tb north ime of Ki liteenth avenue," p .s-ed
Anenst 8, 1WI4, alfo "An on!innc- for t ie im-i-n-vi
mom or r"onrth avi-uue froTi thi- tl lire
of Kir-t 8tr et o the w. st line of Twi-i tietli -t r I
and from the east line of Tw. ; ty-thirn tret to the
-ett li e of T went-four b -tr. at, an 1 f Twn
fiiurih street from ilie i" utli lin tf Th rd r.vt'i.a--ro
th-n' rth line of Fifth aren -le." pa i d -iT.l.fi
find for fu ni hu g In- man r al a d doing
ft wok according lo the lana imd i-pi-c flcaii n
or. ft et tiie city v.lerUV o ce.
lila k t ii'a will - e nn ;Ulie i on a- plh-ation.
Bids n.n-i be sep rate for ' cli improv, n:t
aliove specified, and sccomp in ' d with a ct nifli
ciitca in Ihe Mini of fr0u, . ay-lite to 1 1 or:, r ui
he trea-ur. r of said city, which sha;l 1hco"m' for
fe:teJ toshhi city in ca e he b.dcar-hail fail io
liti r into coutracl with approv.d up-lies to l ie
cute the work for t'-e pr'ce ai i.t'one i in h r ",
au.i a-cordiUK to th" plans and ep c lie tio'i- u;
h-event ilat the e Dlr c a ouid tie vard..' t
The right o reji' any and all bids or pr
pofa'a h-r by axp ere!y n srrvf-u Vy a:d ciiv
Itoek hl'.iiii, 111., hovemh, r, 20 1M2
BOaBKT K 'lHLFK.
t. ity Clt rk
OTICH TO CONTEACTO 8.
Vraled protos-ls will te vceivc d at OeOr
('lark- ofTce. Fock 's'atid. Hi., until Koixk:
Ilea 19, lhvri at S o'clock p r,i., f.ir e n'tar;ii
h- iinprov.ineiit orl-red hy an o din-in -e
s.id ctv entitled 'An onln:itce for the cni
si n.ction of a i-toim i raiu from the west side of
tit vt ni enth Mreet and N n th a d Tenth av. n--i-io
th'-west -iiii of Twenty-ffth st e. t, '' pasne
Nov. SI, 1808 Kans a d si cifioati-'na lor i.
mprovemei.t n the City 1. tk s offlce.
A! bid- mns be sec- n'pat ied With ox r ill d
. heck in the sum of J-IH) lor t.e proper p- rfor ni
mc f he c rtiai t 'f secured.
The citv rcaervce the r g:.t t rej. ct an;,
ami si! "ds.
Sp" ifi a iors on fi!- at the ciiv e erk's cm .
Kocklslaud.lll., Kov. 2fl W-A.
t it Cleik
,T O". l. K OF Vt. ICAT IOK PCKToLL 1 CAD
To a!l who-n il may enrtcein:
Notice s ocreiiy piv- n ilmt ihe uriVrfigfd.it c
I'rurv T. 11 hot-d tompanv, a corpora -iinil will. t
tlie ni xt rcpHion oi tie conn v board of hi
i oini-T o' Keck 1-lan-t, In tbe tate of llim in. to
r-e he d in tbe conn t on" haildlut; in t'ie city of
I. o k I Und. in mid county, on the 13th d:iy of
' e emher, A.I). 18H2, le ifo a n aiii ly to the
-aid coiinlv hoard for ler.ve to establish a pravel
ol: roan from the Illinois end or -be irieg or th-
Mnt-caiit e Btide Company acioa the icicsippi
rive at lH"fca!ine, low i, ni tn -nee runnin .-
n .otitt.i asterl, - t'.lrrction ac osa th- low 1-nid" to
he bltiffa. io cnni ei t with a p ihlic hichway lea't
mi; over raid b'nffa.commi n y ki.own in" tue lli-
noi t'Hv ro- d." and to loiato t-i i ta I read on
por - ioaa of th - pu'-.li bichwa heretofo a exiatiiii!
rrcai? saiu low iana, at wnicn time atia ihc- you
can appear at;d h heard if voa tn-e tit n do -o.
Di ed atliock tr-land. ill., November 14. A I).
t9i. I KURV T LL HOAllUiliiPiST.
.-witmt & W im a, Au'yg for vaid Dmry Tull
Roi.d O up av.
Byvittue of ia execution and fee bi!l No fMo
icHned out of the cl rk office of the circntt court
oi R. ck 11 i d connty. in the ptate of Illinois
and to me directed, wberebr I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain judirmrnt rveenly
obtained a aii et Ti e iMUi-Mpnt Vallev Mami
fctiiret Mntna) Union Ii pur. nee t'ompauy in
lev. rot C. W Inanta for upe of K H. van Dn
een out of tue landa. tenetnen, eoode and cbat
t la of the raid defendants. The i'isi-l snpi
Y.il:ey iannfaclnrcia' Maiual TJ. ion li-sur.ince
i on ; a ;-, 1 have levied upon tbe following prop
erty, to-wit ;
the nndivided one-fourth H) ?nte ei"t in the
folio i g i per bed prenii a. lo-wit: The wi st
huif ) ai dlha w.n hair (HI of theea-t baU ()
o! lot iwi (ii and tlie eat i.alf m)of the eu-t
Ii If (H of lot ihrer iS).ai Iu block nine i9l fitu
atd in that tart of the city of Motire known a
did Tiwn in i ock Is and foun y. pta a "f liliuoi.
Therefore, according los met command 1 sballex
I ose fur (-ale at utiblic auction all the ritit. title
and int rept of the above named, "I he Mi;-6ips ppi
Va Icy M. Dnfaatnrets' Mutual I ni'n lup-Tauce
Cfinipany in and totbe above decribrd proper'y,-iii
Oiurduj.the SPhdai of IVc- mljer.lwa.atSo'clo k
ii. m , a; the north door of tlie court houpe
n the city of Rock laiaud, in th-- county of liock
IplanO and state of Illinois, for cash In hand, io
ntiefy paid execution and f- e bill.
Dated at Hock Ielan , tbia 8 b day ef Dicem-
o r, a. u. taaj.
P. D GO fi DON,
Sheriff of Bock Ir-land i ouui y, lUlools.
R, M, PFARCE.
rtoom 33 in Mitchell A Lyndc's new block
OR, J. E. HAWTKORftE,
Teeth extracted without pum hy the u -
v 1 1716 Second avenue, over Krell f Math'e.
4 .u i;i' & Lyndr's Block, Rooms -81
J, R. Bollowbnah, M. D, Geo, S, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
DUTrlOIAriS AND ' TJEG.f NS,
O'Rce 409 23rd rt. leh phone 10
Bepidea-.eTSiaiptPt. - lie
Ot. Barth- I Dr. Hollowhnab-
to 10 a.m. I 10tola.m,
Itoxaud7to8p.nl, X to5aLd?toSp.ai.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
&t aUCalWuga Boiidinn. li Vf. bd at.
loan : ta 11 aar : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mrxaa, M. D. Oao. W. Whhlii, M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
MlairsrerT and t'rm-m of TVomea.
Office over Krell A Math'. Te'ephoce 1148
sa. mTXBa. I Da. vnnn.
0 to 12 a. m. I 8 to 10 a m.
ito a at a -j to v p. m . 1 1 to s ana 7 to p.
tea. teiepnone uuu. . a
I Re, telephone, 111(0.
uc auiipie treat
t which madea mu
e wlllceruilnl r-i r.
"prrTfTomT3rScc!e.W!!c ':!.:. i.--:tii-tro-jblc
fne v-:,. h-. it(read;i'-' eo...-Tine who wli
v laC ,r
OF ALL vmssm
No wqkder lmz??t: f: '" -f H tMR
I t.rv.' r.A i..ii il)--.v.j
VT. Ji4!Rj:3 A?-! ; t.CO ... --t,x
?atroni2e Home Industry and
B I t PI J
liMERRKK'S SPOOL C'-TTON.
sr.:t.vTr t py45.ri'i . .v
U Is Six Card 3oft rtalah. ell - eaaare. and I- eqre,lly v, -11 a l,.te.i for Hand ami Macl.'nt
eewing. I or eale h,
aid Pry kodt Poopep feuerilly.
MERRICK THREjAD .ee. 205 Filth Avenue, Chicago
ef ChUajo, the wall kr,on n4 rca f til ;, ia!'-l '.n CV.r - c li -e aul Ji-e.-ifp? of H
27t aai ta- i'c i : ; to r.t::
Rock Island, Friday, Dec 1 6th. at the Hock Idani House
?afaltat OT. and eiaBi:itI"B fret rd ronCdcn-ial in tc p tl. n at :tt l.ot 1 from 9 n
to 9 p. ni. OVRPlTO'lV.
SnrgeoB-in-Chicf Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is acsnowU-dgcd to be tb?
most skillful practumer in Chronic aud Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating with distinction from the University t'f yichig-n, he took up the study of
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called ol.s-tinatc and incurable Chronic Diseases,
devoting many Tears of study and research in some of the best hospitals and colleges ol
Jie world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too often is
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical jCollege. in addition 10 a large home prac
tice he Tisits a few of the important cities of 1,'linois and brings his great skill and expe
rience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and ex
citement of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from the
lack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
Nervous Biseasea Nervousness. Nervois, Diseases of Rectum, Piles, Fissures,
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxr
ety. Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc, etc., arising oftentimes
from indiscretions or from organic disease
in other organs. .From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
- Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis an Hay
Fever are all curable. The treatment ot
Hay Fever must be begun three months at
least before the expected attack. Catarkh,
that terrible disease, which oftea leads to
deafness, Ringing in the Ears, Asthma.
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
cured by the latest and moet improved
methods of medical science
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis, etc, etc.,
and all the terrible disorders consequent on
the indiscretions of youth treated with abso-
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FKEt
Wonderfal Cares Perfected i- case,
No experiments or failures. After examination, it a case uu
lent will be honestly informed. . n ,-Bre.
Cases and CorreSDOndence strktlv cnadential and treatment t by man orexpre,
but personal consultaUon preferred. Send
TeleDhone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
HTJDSok & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDER
A.U kinds cf Carpentering prompUy attended to. aUU J
. furnisheci when desired. k Tpland. j
Shop cor. First ave. atdTevententh r, I
Preset tbe Lboi of Aro-r
- t-c , - .. - -'-? -
iS4 .11 I. ;5 s w! - . --vat
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently with
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention from
Epilepsy. Catalepsy, Etc., cured by a
wondcrtul new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Ecicma, Psoriais, Pityria
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, l and
DisasS of Women positively cured if
taken 'in time before the nervous system if
shattered. Delay and improper treatment a
the cause of so many unhappy results in
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood The
large majority of so-called Heart Diseases
Diseases of the Eye and Ear-All oper
ations necessary done w.thout any pain and
without the use of anaesthetics.
stamp for question u
E. H. DEYOE, 789 Warren Ave, Chicajo.