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MONDAY, JUNE 15. 1885. Only Democratic Daily in tn Kleventh Con gressional District. 1. W. POTTER, Bnrroa ikt PirsLiSHBa. ROCK ISLAND DAILY A ROUS, ' ROCK ISLAND WEEKLY ARGUS, orrioiAL turn n loci islam cm ass worn wnole civilized world will be plunged in to arnica. En and Fall of the Bol!tr KiakUt. BY BILL NYK. I have once more tried to ride a pair of roller skates. That ia the reason I got down on the rink and down on roller skates. That is the teaion several peo- ole got down on me. That ia also the reason why I now state in a public man ner to a lost and undone race; and unless tbe roller rink is at once abolished, the DON'T FEEL SECURE. 4- . ' .'' DEPARTMENT CLERKS WHO SHAKE in Their boots died within abort tiraa. Tba prevailing LL.L1IUIJ 1W liiillXjO. opinion seeuis to be that tb woman U in sane, Uioufth tbe officers say an convened ;,i And Cannot Got tneir aunru on uw Business The Mail Subalily not to be Given Out Official Fly Catches. argus Block, -Opp. Pout Office. PBUCairTXOH KATKN I DAILY 1S4 cents per week, or 80 cents per month, delivered by carriers to any part of the city. WEE aXY-$i,00 per year, postage paid. THAT SLKCIIOH BILL. I had tried it once before, but had not carried my experiments to a successful termination. I made a trial trip around a Met Q( division, "is demoralizing the the rink last August, but was ruled out department. No one can tell waetner ne bv the iuttees for inenmnetencv. and ad-1 will be disoiis-J to-day, next week. ... i . i i vinfMi in kieata imnnff niwtn a who were i nox& uiuuirr. inti wiiw ..... The republican metnoers u. me Uuu . - - - ---- r-- offensive nartiaanshio applies to every of reDresentatives of Illinois have pre- l0... un. ...Mti.. nan who went borne to vote, and so 1 :. , oiaica, nunc tue propriety" nf - ,; a; i . niiiminnm iiniiMi l,iH uli ih I l v 1 ' I loiiir aa it can be made the bad lor ais- - - ' hub, they propose to have passed to the third I On the 9th of September, I nestled in tw winno i tbe bosom of a cvcione 10 excess, ami u 7 vaa v, a uuoiuiao ao i Washington City, Jun 15 MTh grim ancertaintT that han orer the clerks, uia i ! n n ha ffra nnu . , , ..... hasreauired the bulk of the succeed ins traasacteu. in mis vue re nuuucans are . , ,., ,h- h. f ...w.l ..... D . - - . posiw? as obstructionists, and they cer- my je2 together in proper shape. That is taioly have some sinister motive in ue- tbe reason l nave not given me attention Ti, to roller skating that 1 should, ...6 ........ A fei(. weefes j reaJ what Mr Ta, -, " mge said about this great national vice. mem 10 uie uui, out propose mat it snaii be passed without alteration. The dem- proper spirit, we could leave the rink each ocrats recognize that the election laws of evening with our immortal souls in good a . i shape. ine state neea amenu.ng, aim SolIM.Uow it got out that on Thursday .... ... .1- I.Ml .l.t..k ial . . .... rectiy wining to pass me um evening under consideration, if two or tliree very who went borne to vote, loiur a it can be made tne basis missal no one feels secure, u nat, uien, is tbe result! Tbe clerk simply does his work in a perfunctory fnshioa It he is engaged in tbe examination of accounts be glances over them hurridly, without knowing or rau-inir how badlv tiie eovernment may De swindled. The primary idea with hira is to dispose of as many accounts imnihle in n dev. in order to make a good average; dui so inr m It was his opinion that if we skated in a any advantage ia derived from sucn work it might as well noc oe perionuuu v all When you remember that a clerk may I would undertake the feat of skating three rounds in three hours with AMn.ti.tn.hio fPHiiiresare removed. Thev no protection to my scruples, for one half J . I tl. A it.tA mnnAtt ...Ian Cr tl.ofu do not desire to uterfere with other j su . a5i. uu uu utuiic ..... I was quae a latge audieuce present with legislation to secuie tncir oojeti. out ait open g;&89eS- jome blJa umbrellas, esv aunoiis to lorwam an gou oms, ami i pecially on the front rows. These were will bring them up and work on them if I worn spread, in order to ward off frag the republicans permit. The republicans are in a maiority, and while they are waiting to tret their men all present to de cide the fate of the election bill, they should not obstruct other legislation, be cause the democrats want some reasons, ble amendments. If the republicans can pass tbe bill as it is, they have a right to do so, but they have no riyhl to demand that the democrats shall concede the bill to them without amendment. There is no doubt but that the bill is a republican scheme, and intended to dis franchise democratic voters in Chicago and other cities of the slate, where the merits of the rink which might become disengaged and set in motion by atmos pheric disturbances. In obedience to a wild, Waguerian sDort from the orchestra, I came forth in to the arena with my skates in my hand. I feel perfectly at home before an auds lence when 1 have my skates in my hand, It is a morbid desire to wear the skates on my feet that has always been my Uie mur. Y ill the omee boy please give me a brass check for that word so that I can gel it when I go away? My brst thought, alter getting myself secured to the skates, was this: "Ami in the proper frame of mind? Am I doing this in the right spirit? Am I aliout to skate in such a way as to lift the fog of unbelief which now envelopes a sinful workingmen cast a large proportion of I world, or shall I deepen the opaque night the vote. The bill provides that the polls I in which my race is wrapped? shall be closed at 4 p. m., and gives the county judge exclusive power to appoiut judges and clerks of election; also no afhS davits whatever will be allowed at the polls, thus excluding all persons nut reg istered. -Tbe democrats also object to the large salaries proposed to be paid to elec tion commissioners, which are created by the bill. The democrats have taken the proper a'Aui on the question, while they are al ways ready and anxious to maintain the purity of the ballot, and promote the general efficiency of the election laws, they are opposed to the disfranchisement of a voter who can establish his honest residence, because he is not registered Pour o'clock is altogether to early an hour for the closing of the polls, and wc trust this clause will also be stricken from the bill. VAH PELT OH THE WAS PATH. "Where is Ogle county?'' shrieks Mr. Van Pell as he rages through the rotunda of a Washington hotel. Who is Marsh?' The Chicago Herald says Mr. Van Pelt was perfectly acquainted with the local ity of the political subdivision of Illinois in question as he was alss aware fully of the identity of Mr. Marsh. It was only his way of indicating contempt of the president's selection of a marshal for the northern district of Illinois. Mr. Vnn Pelt might congratulate himself if similar questions concerning tbe character and place of abode of ono Van Pelt might be answered as satisfactorily. It is his own and Cook county's misfortune Hint right here at least he is too big a sunflower to smell sweet and blossom in the dust. What he was or who he was before he made politics a profession is not widely known, but as a politician, with a mem berslnp in the county board, he has done more than any individual in Cook county calling himself a demo crat to pile up a majority against his par ty. Ilis attempt last fall to deliver the entirs election machinery of the county into the hands of a siugle party; his championship of its worst elements; his open and avowed sympathy with Mackin ism, have given him plenty of local noto riety, and siuce the democratic party was J despatch content to have him for chairman of its county committee, it was compelled to accept the drubbing it received in this county last fall. Cleveland is fortunate in earning the ill-will of such a fellow McGarigle suffered by his advocacy. There is the easy lying of Jack FalstafT in Van Pelt's boast that he lias C4,0Ut votes at bis back, all of which he pro poses to hurl at the administration next November. Decent democrats will wel- Just then, that end of tbe rink erupted in a manner so forthwith and so tout en- nemble that 1 had to push it back in place with my person. I never saw anything done with less delay or less languor. The audience went wild with en tun siasm, and 1 responded to the encore by writing my name in the air with my skates. This closed the first seance, and my trainer took me in the dressing room to attend a consultation of physicians. Af ter the rink carpenter had jacked up the Door a little, I went out again. I had uo fears about my ability to perform the mechanical part assigned me, but I was still worried over the question of whether it would or would not be of lasting bencN fit to mankind. Those who have closely scrutinized my frame in repose, have admitted that I was fearfully and wonderfully made. Sin dents of tbe human frame say that they never saw such a wealth of limberness and looseness lavished upon one person They maiutain that nature bestowed up. on me the hinges and joints intended for a whole family, and therefore when 1 skate, the air seems to be perfectly lurid with limbs. 1 presume that this is true. though 1 have so little leisure while skat ing in whuh to observe tbe method it self, the plot or animus of the thing, as it were, that my opinion would he of little value to the scientist. I am led to believe that tbe roller skate is certainly a great civillzer and a won derful leveler of mankind. If we so skate thut when the summons comes to seek our ward within the geuerai hospital, where each shall heal his busted cuticle within the walls where rinkists Squirm, we go not like tbe social wreck, morally paralyzed, but like a hired man taking his medicine, and so forth we may skate with perfect impunity, or any one else to whom we may be properly introduced by our cook. Skating on the roller .skate is like rid ingon a railway train, li tbe manage ment is good and we behave ourselves, we feel sate. Kinking in and of itself is not dangerous from a moral point of view with cood associates ami a solid road bed we are safe. So it is also in travel ng. If our rink tickets are good in a well coudocted rink, and our railway tickets read over the Great Kock Island Route, we have done wisely and the rest remains with us. We may wreck ourselves in front of the engine or injure ourselves morally and physically at tne rink if we wish to. There are many however who are not agitated over the rink question To such it might be well to say that the Hock Island road is still carrying people with comfort, elegance, economy and one dav examine accounts involving from $10,000 to (100,000, it becomes a serious sort of inspectioa I am afraid that this condi tion ot aiTairs will lat until some assurance is given us that dismissals will be made only for good cause. Then the business of the government will receive proper attention, and not till then." The recent announcement, purporting to have bean baed upon a statement by Ap pointment Clark Higcins, that the official changes to be made by this administration will amount to over MO.ooo, is an exaggera tion. Many changes will be made, and are now being made, from day to day, but there is authority for saying that the aggregate will not be ball that stated. The postmaster at Slingerlands, Albany county, N. Y., bos te.igned, stating that he la an "offensive partisan and that he believes that to the victor bul.m-'j the sp ills.' The president Friday ai;poinled Frank Gordon, of Gi-orcia, principal cloi k of tl surveys of the gen ral land oflico, vi.o lhni. rich, removed. John Roda-ers, of Kansas, has been ap pointed chairman of the board of pension appeals, secretary's omce, vice Aaron wa.i shaw removed. "Look Here, Sparks!" Cincinnati, Juno 15 The Enquirer's Washington City correaiiondent telegraphs: Congrewman Cabell, of Virginia, was in the office of the commissioner of ttie land omce. "Look here. Sparks," he said to the com missioner, "what was our little rumpus last November fori Why don't you turn the rascals out f "Civil service law. you know." "Yes, I know; but if I were in your place I would turn them out, civil service law or not I for one will never vote a dollar to continue the present system. I look upon both the civil service law and its com missioners as the humbugs of the age. No, sir, not a dollar will lie appropriated for the continuance of either with my assent" "Abolished" a Reminder of '7L Kiw Orleans, La., June 15. The cus tom house authorities have been oflicially notified from Washington that the office of special deputy collector of customs and customs gauger at this port bad been abol ished. This throws out of office ttan. Thomas C. Anderson, a member of the re turning board of 1876, and C. C Antoine, who was lieutenant governor of tills state under tlw Kellogf administration. Uon. Anderson was appointed special deputy col lector under President Hayes and has held the office continually ever since. Antoine has held bis office for a number ot years. Hurt! Confident of m Seat in Congress. Washington Citv, June 15. Hon. frank H. Hurd, of Ohio, who is in the eity, s&ys that the testimony in his contest has all been taken and placed in the hands of the clerk of the bouse. Mr. Hurd foels confi dent that be will be allowed to take his seat in the next congress. with them Friday night in most rational manner. The Inter-State Commerce Committee. Chicago, June 15. W. K. Ackerman, ex-president ot tba IllinoW Central, . was before tbe senate committee Saturday, tu thought railway construction should be reg ulated and pools legalized, and that the best means of organizing the proposed federal commission was as a sort of a bureau to gather statistics and act as an advisory and supervisory body, co operating with tbe state boards. Ha thought rates were too low now, and he di I not think extortion was practiced by railways. Shippers who were always complaining should rememoer tne time when there were no railways. He was not in favor of equalizing the prices for short an 1 long hauls. Mr. burton C. Cook, general solicitor ol the Northwestern road, was next called. He did not think that any of the evils com-1 plained of to-day required remedial legisla tion. Tbe main trunk lines running north west and southwest front Chicago hod re duced their rates in ten years 20 to 25 per cent, and the Northwestern had reduced Its rates Xi'sj' per cent, and this not on account of any legislation or tne regulation of races by the commissioners. These rates were lower than the schedule fixed by the com missioners. He al o thought pools should be regulated and that discrimination should be lei-iauiu agniii'U Sullivan and Unrke at Chicago. Ciuca(X), June I'rowds of sporting men from New York, l'hilaoelphia, Cincin uati and St Louis have arrived here to wit- nes the ISuuivan-liurke tlgbt (Sullivan oc cupied a box at tU6 Standard theatre Friday niglit After the performance he went to bed in charge of Dau Murphy. Builivan and Burke met Friday afternoon at tbe Driving lark. The contrast between the men was striking, tiurka s tlesn was bard and firm, bis eye was tiright and there was excellent color in his cheeks. The men shook hands and took a drink of ginger ale together. Sullivan seemed somewhat impressed by the excellent shape in which he found Burke. Tbe News says: 'The general impression is that Burke will not only stand live rounds before Sullivan but will I robahly beat him. Burke is In ex client trim, having trained intelligently and taken care of himself. With Sullivan out of condition it is probable that a terrific encounter will end in a defeat of the cham pion. Suit to Foreclose m Mortgage, St. Louis, Mo., June 13. Judge Brewer, of the United States Circuit Court, has granted tbe United States Trust Company leave to sue tbe W abash Railroad receivers in the State courts for the purpose of fore- rl.is.ng a mortgage on the St Louis, Kansas City Northern Railway, given in 1879, to secure a debt of $i,3o0,0O5, interest on which has been in default since tbe 1st of la t April. A bill to foreclose will be filed in the State Court in a few days, and tbe above road is expected to lie taken out of the Wabash system. The Nara Sota 4.aug. Tampa, Flo., June 15. The latest news from Hue Level is that Frank Jones bos turned state's evidence and swears that Charles Wiliard shot Able and that Bacon cut hts throat This is not yet verified. The people here are very much excited over it and if true there is no hope for them. A man naiuod Bartholomew testinad that Wiliard acknowledged killing Abbe. PATHETIC STORY Or A BOY WHO SUFFERED UNJUSTLY. Be Hides His Disgrace from His Mother A Suggested Komance Godly Hen Claiming Glory Married and n Corpse In Day. WILL KEEP THE MONEY. The to a Day at Black Hawk Bowling, 111., June 13. . The young folks of this neighborhood, after talking about picnics and etcetra, concluded to have one at Black Hawk's tower Friday, June 12, which, consider ing the lateness of the spring and back wardoess of farmers' work was well at tended, l'romment among the young foius present were Mr. and Mrs. Obaver. Mr. Obaver objected to so muny old folks being present, but finally had to come tne announcement of this Napoleon I succumb to the inevitable. With the ex of the wards that democratic defeat is ab I ception of some of the young gentlemen solutely certain in Cook this fall. Van Pell's term as a count; commissioner ex pires, and if he runs for re-election It must be as a democrat. THI BEST KIND OF BEP0EM. There is not a more popular man in Iu diana, to mention no wider territory, than Vice President Hendricks, and he is de servedly so for the reason that he t,ake8 care of bis friends as a fair return for the manner in which they have taken care of I All voted this one of the getting outside of sufficient mineral water to down them, everything passed off pleasantly in the forenoon. The dinner (which is one of tbe essentials of a pic nlc) to say the least was fine. The ladies had certainly vied with each other in see ing who should have the best. (We speak for ourselves and not another.) After the dinner hour some amused themselves at croquet, others at boating, while others visited Crab Apple Nook and viewed the beautiful scenery. Later on in the afternoon a party was gotten up to take a steamboat ride on " tbe river. most pleasant him for many years.. lie is not afraid to I ric'e9 tne7 b-B-i ever had, although some lake care of them, either. This admin- 01 ue T0"nS 'aaies compiainea tnat they .,,.. .. .... ... I bad to bold their parasols over tbe gentle- """"uu uu ""Position to snuo mm, men About j 0.clock a dark cloud aiijk ana on tbe contrary has the highest re- ing in the west, and all feeling tired. spect for him and his opinions; but if J majority started for home all voting that the colored race, and said that the colored 400,000 Matt Subsidy Not Tie 1 mmI Capital Items. Washinoton Citt, June 15. With the approval of the president the postmaster general has decided not to advertise for bids to enter into contracts for the tran-jmrta Hon of foreign mails upon the mileage basis under tbe authority coufcrred by the act of congres of March 3, Isn'j. The subject has been under considera tion by the cabinet for som time, an I the conclusion above noted was readied after the presentation by the postmaster general ot on exhaustive argument covering the whole matter. The postmaster general holds that the present rate of compensation is a jut one. and pays the carriers more than other freight of a like character; that the money appropriated is not intended as a subsidy because to subsidize at tu rate allowed in the act Wonld take over f 1,000,000, whereas only (400,000 is appropriated. He thinks the vessels will continue to carry at the present rate, and, if tliey should refuse, could be compelled to do so, as common car riers receiving just compensation. He is in clined to tbe opluion that the money appro priated should be returned to ttie treasury. The Swelling Maxwell Grant Washington City, Juno 15. The voluminous papers, relating to the Maxwell land grant embodied in the report of Com missioner ot the Land Onira Sparks to Secretary of the Interior Lamar were made publio Friday night In brief, tbe report means simply this: That in his (Sparks') judgment tbe original Maxwell grant did not exceed 100,000 acres; that by fraud it was liicreaeJ to more than 1,000,000 of acres; and that suits will be brought io Colorado, New Mex ico, and elsewhere against the psrtles whom tbe commissioner believes to be responsible for the frauds. Tbe land was claimed aud patented in 1870. The official proceedings leading up to the patent are recited in de tail by tbe commissioner. Some Statistics about Gold. Washinoton Citt, June 15. Tbe special report of the director of the mint on tin production of gold and silver, will show that tbe deposits of domestic gold bullion at the United Htates mints and assay offices from July 1, 1873, to January 1, 18H5, amounted $416,000,000, that the production during the same period amounted to (-1,000,000, and that the gold coinage at United States mints lor tbe last twelve fiscal years, after deduct United States gold coins re melted, amount ed to $545,100,114. Logan Serenaded. Washinoton Citt, June 15. Senator Lo gan was given a serenade, Friday night, by the colored people of tbe District under the auspices ef tbe Emancipation society. About 1 ,0e0 people weie present, and a speech was mads by Gen. Logan, in which he eulogised BlUldleton Abandons the Chase. Winnipeg. Man., June 15 Gan. Middle ton has decided to abandon the chase ot the Indians, and will return with the greater portion of the troops, leaving a mounted force at Fort Pitt and Battleford to watch for Big Bear. The country beyond Loon lake is so bad as to render traveling next to impossible, aud it is extremely difficult to take the provisions along. Big Bear's band bas split up into various divisions. Prospect for a Itlg Kal Iway Strike. Newark. Ohio, June 15. Indications here point to a repetition of the great rail road strike of 177. The brakamen on the Baltimore & Ohio ore on a general strike. I The trouble is not on account of wages, but simply tbe result of a reduction ot forces on freight trains. A Japanese Carries oft" the Prize. Nkw Bhcnswick, N. J., June 15. Kojiro Matsuala took the first priza in history aud the prize for the Le.t oration Friday at the Rutgers preparatory school out of a class ot '-!00 graduates. He is a young Jap anese, ana tne sutiject oi ins oration was 'The New Japan. He was greatly ap- plau-lod. Mlchty I'mir Fishing. St. Johns, N. F., June 15. The barkeu- tine Chieftain, Ir. m Dundee, has put into this port, after a four months' whaling ex pedition, during whieh she secured only one whale. For thirty days she was frozen in off Hull Dog rocks. Her bow is badly dam aged. Fighting In Central America. La Libkktad, June 15. Via Galveston. -An army ot 2,000 Guatemalans with nine camion have entered Santa Ana. ' Fighting lias been going on around Ahuarhuapan, Coatepeque and Guayabal, in Salvador, for four days without definite results. Liberty Lingers ou the Oeean. Niw York, June 15. Owing to tbe non- arrival of the French war vessel lsers, the arrangements for tbe reception of the statue of Liberty have been postponed. lien Slono will give the public twenty-fours' no tice of tbe reception. Gen. Grant. New Yopk, Juno 15. Gen. Grant passed A fairly good night FriJay, and was feeling -II Saturday mortiin;. He experienced but little jiaiii during the night Des Moines, Iowa, June 15. There is a pathetic side to the story of young William Larrigan, who was released from tbe peni tentiary at Fort Ma-lis in Friday morning and brought to this city. About fifteen mouths ago the young man was in the em ploy of a farmer in this vicinity, and bad charge ot some cattle which be disposed of in a way that cast suspicion on his honesty and made him guilty of a technical offense. He was arrested, tried by the court without a jury, found guilty, and sentenced to the peniten tiary for three years. Humilated by his disgrace the young matt resolved that his widowed mother should not hear of bis conviction and imprisonment His letters to ber (she lived in a distant city), were mailed to her by friends outeide the prison, and the good soul is tod-ay ig norant of the imprisonment of the son, who will soon return to her. Two cases involving tlie principles of conviction without a jury were taken up to the su preme court, which has just ruled that his conviction was illegal. Thursday night Sheriff Painter went to Fort Madison, and Friday evening he returned with the pris oner. Tbe cose will be brought up for a new trial, but the state will not prosecute, aud Larrigan will be set free. One of the most touching iucidents of the case remains to be told. Mr. D. O. Finch, who was employed after Larrigau s impris onment to take the case up to the supreme court, and who bas successfully brought it to an issue, informs us that be was em ployed by a New Orleans wholesale merchant to look int.) the case, and that all his fees were paid by this gentleman who is an old friend of the Lar rigan family. It requires little strength of the imagination to surmise that the New Orleaus gentleman years ogo was the lover of tbe prisoner's mother, the latter a bloom ing maiden, and that he bad taken this gen erous step from regard for his sweetheart of nuld king syne." Knnnlng a Corner in Salvation. Atlanta, Co., June 15 A week or two ago ministers of all denominations of Christian churches held a meeting and do cided to combine their energies in the direc tion of holding a series of meetings under ono root. A large cottou warehouse was procured and fitted up as an immense tabernacle. The scheme proved successful, and services were held day and night tho audiences rang ing from 10,000 to 20,000 people. The understanding was that the main object was conversion, after which such persons as were oonverted were to make their choice as to what church they were to join without Interference from any of the pastors through whose agency the afTair was inaugurated. Dr. Muuhall, secretary of the i oung Men's Christian association of In diana, came, and soon had clustered about him a dozon or more leading Methodist di vines It was ascertained the services were run in tbe mtoro.t of Mothsilism, and fast as people were converted they were in duced to join the Methodist churches of the city. Tins caused much dis satisfaction among the ministers of other denominations, who felt that they were doing a great deal of work and securing none of the converts as members of their respective denominations. The Bap- tlsts seemed to be particularly annoyed by the result and their paper, The Index, ed ited by Ir. Tucker, came out strongly upon the subject criticising Dr. Muuhall severely. Upon hearing of this, Dr. Munball, at the next meeting, called upon the whole audi ence to pray for tbe salvation of Tucker. There is much speculation as to how the trouble will end. tmmtm -KIDNEY; vToFAlbfr ViriiimtMir riiiMii. r Jlj' ISLAM) a "STiBI.1 JTOK1 " D r,i(m cniraw,. Leant -MIH, CUBES ALL DISEASES OT THI KIDNEYS LIVES BLADDER AMD URINARY OHQAN9 DB0P8T GRAVEL DIABETES BRIOHT'8 DISEASE PAINS IK THE BACK LOINS OB SIDE NERVOUS DISEASES RETENTION OB NON- RETENTION OF URINE. PRICE SI. SB. Send for Pamphlet of TeaU monlala. iirN.T'a KKUIBY CO., . Prevldmee, B. 1. 30 YEARS RECORD. Physicians' Testimony. A W. Brows, M.D., of Providence, . I., says: "I have used Hunt's Kidney and Liver Remedy in my practice for the past sixteen years, and Cheerfully recommend it as being a fnfe and reliable remedy." Another prominent doctnr nf Providence Bays that "i am fre quently urged to npe other pr.-r.ara-tions as substitutes fur Hunt's IKtd- nevand Liver Kkhedy. iundon trying them that they are Worthless iu comparison to It. Am Old Lady, My mother, 7G years old, has chronic kidney complaint and.drop sy. Nothing has ever helped her like Hunt's Kidney and Liver Reneut. beni-flt from It will core her." W. W. Suudor- land. Builder, Danhury, Conn. A Minister's Wife. Rev. Anthony Alwood, of Phila delphia, says: '"Hunt's Kidney ami Liver Rehkpt has cured my wife of Dropsy in Its worst form. All say that It is a miracle. (General ( hare. General Chace of Rhode Island t Kxpresf Mail . fiun. rust Kxprrss "" Uv. and rhirairo eV" Bureau Aeemmr,riuti.. Kan. I'. AMuragn tx..; 8:0fa. m I:l5a. m U. in 4. 'im....0Wca,ioMaiK":,I:ti;;;- P- ru. k i,- Hi I-, m p. tu. SSNf:r,,llf4 .. f, !!., 5:MJ li.u, TU AKD FKOM tin.,. 1 Ky.ress ,,.., " " '. Hi. g ..." I TO ASU IBI.M COMI.-I, ..... "Hi Fxt.re .. . .. Am-i.ik K n- Sli-1,1 K.i....... n..n. TO A Nil runs "s; I'HfseilL'er Fasl IjiprtgB . KIMBALL, i n;-rai Min t t;. i. . . .. i. t!iM.K.AK.Vt,h.;r1:r-A'; R. hi. Si. "'IIK, m,ii i lilCAliO, HI KMM;ro4 l.VK li:lil,. l":t: a. A -UTrlmi l'assi-oiier,... Sterling Arromiiiodati. M. Louis Fast lis N Denver A Kim. it v Ex.".'. 4 She has received great CHICAGO, MILWitKFF A ST m 8 bottles and we think I "l""-AM, KIM K ISLAK1I T H A I N - Leaves K:ir. am a,.. . 11 .-1 Ti it in '.. Ft. An inn . j im p , .. Ft. A- Ait-inn S):ai mi Fly'g Dutch'nli:4r.a nt E- D- f-.lli.It;K. ROCK I SI, A, Ml 4 I'Dokia !l IM1. I-Hv, r Ml. I'M I says: "I alwsyakeep Hunt's Kid ney aud Liver Keheut in my house. Taken in small doses occa sionally at night, it prevents head ache, and regulates the kidueys. stomach aud other organs." 10 Disease soon shaken, by HuNT'aREJiEOT taken.'1 . N. CBITTNT0!(. N. T., Veierat Afrtnt. hill a... (SHOI1TIST noiITI Til Til E KAnT ' ,', ' t'net Entires " 'itt Mail ami Kx 1 mi,, ",f Aceiinmimifttiuti ; e. P' '' h way l-ri ilit f, im. ,' " ' Dt-Hit Twentieth mi, ,.i ' f ROCK ISLAM ft MHidlt (o., K Mall , Ai t-otlimiU:tlion. CBAV :1 a. . 4 on r KRi Typhoid Fever. I am fixty ievcii years oM, ami have livid in thin vllall i-outily all my lift' l ! Iweniy eight veart o 1 was retmrded an tlie fttnmi'Ht mat. in the neinhborbtxHl Uu- unt robust in ht'Hllli. In November, IV;, 1 lift a 1nti ami Berlouf fpell ot typhoid fever, it left me einana ted ami a cripple in my riht leg. At time that lunh was swollen an enon.imi- idsti, be hit; twice as larre an its natural enitdiiion,and iuttiined and ant; ry in appearand. From my knee down omatl riores came, aud at the ankle a hm utter came, whieh ditH-liarifed iioiMinourt matter. Mv whole tVPtem became Infected. I he doctor." would patch me up lor awhile, but the uhen would never heal. The mercury and nola-h will: which they doed me brought on rheumatism and dypepMa. 1 wan an ob)eei or pity to ail my rrteniit. home inoiifm mat inepniy nope io pave lite wan amputation . i ronnmuu ioltow worce, aud for three years 1 have ntrt worn a Mioe, Hope had almost left me. Swift a bpeciiic wan tux- eted, and 1 commenced ltd me at once. From the very tind ! began to feel better. 1 have taken thirty nix bottles and the shadows which had darkened my life for twenty-eru'l.t yearn havt been diHipated. 1 lie effect or the medicine liat been wonderful Indeed. To-day 1 am aide to at tend to all my farming InterestH. and walk from one to live miieB tier uay. l am Hiiisiieu mat in disease in entirely broken up. aud henewfortli am to be free from l.hoae terrible apprehend and rMinerm which formei able. IMvifl's ISpeeiue hat one vear than alt the driiii tM-ril-ed by phytocian did lit twenty eijrht year. audi most cheerfully bear t bit testimony of i menu. Wm it. ICkkd. Hall Comity. (Ia., Feb. 8rt, 1SS5. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE SL PAUL UAILWAY COM PANy. f li,,, li. u It own and iterates n.-irh r.k ouighly equipped road in llhwi- w lum-poia and Dakota. It is tlie Short Line ami li,.,,,. v. twmi all print ipal points in ult: x, ,rl( ,' west ami har Wm. For mi lift, time tnhli- ... freirht. elc. ai.nlv in ide t,... of the rliir:!LM, Milwaui.ei A to any r:t tin tail areiil iimwIh .State or Canada. nf I Mh!:.., R A. V. WILL Elf, Ocueral Mana 1. r . Till K EH. i i K 1 1 n iirsL-e ... i At v en i manager. A-'i t; n. MlI.WAl I'.BK. . .iN-lV il ' -M.'i'ENTfc'i:. " I'i-.ATl-:;- Att MTTor hotter iuref. m,. e to m., niniio, i-liaime of time, ,it,..,tier il ii. in eouuei lion w till Hie (hi. ;t..i, Mrw.i Taul Hailwav. ulean- leler I.. iU l, thi baper. I'll F.tr.T of ,i,;.r.- km A n relllULt !,1 KA1LAVAY. Haitian Wou't OuibUle Over Terms. Ioriikto, Out., Jun, 13 Haitian wai seen Friday uiglit with reference to tht Teemer challenge for on; race or a series o: live races, lluulan s:iv his challenge U Teenier was 1 1 row one rnc of threo nilli- (or t"i,tHKI a side, or a series nf fivs races al one, two, throe, four, anJ lire miles foi J1,0;W each, which h un lorstool Teemer had accepted. Uanl in loe. not like TeetnerV alUiring what bad been apparently ar rangnd, but he is prepared to m.t Teemer at a time and plat! mut nally agreed upon to diacuis terms. Miss Itutler'a Head VTas Ivel. Akron, O., June 15. Friends from hers attended the funeral ot G. P. Seed in Mas sillon, the wealthiest merchant there, and who went to New York a week ago and was married, and m twenty -lour hours was a corpse, his bnde returning witu the re mains. Heed was in the hfties, and had never been married. Hii father died some time ao, leaving him a large estate During Reel's visits to New York to buy goods he met Miss Butler, to whom he was finally engaged to be married. During tbe Iat few months, however, his health hail failed somewhat, but there was no thought nf his end being so near. Three weeks ago he wrote to Miss Butler saying his health wds poor, anil that he thought matrimony iiiadri able. She replied, it is said, thatshe would have h iu if ha did not live three weeks. In answ -r to thU letter he went to New York and wa married, with the reult as above staM. The liriile was a maiden woman, and is a fine tyi e of a woman, aud through her mar riage of a few hours ha-i looni9 poseeei of a handme fortune. Rl's aged mother hai lived with him and depended upon him for support, as she herself ba no property. MitlUattnn itt Kounil ta Indiana. Elkhart. In 1., Juno IS, A strange and startling phenomenon occurred a few even ings since neir Niw Paris, in tuts county. As a small (iertv w re Hearing the cemetery. win. h ia cle to the railrosjl. they suddenly heard a rushing, pufllng sound, which they at first thought was caused by two engines coming down the track at great speed. They soon discovered their error. The object which they had supposed to be engines as.-umed the shape of Sory balls, throwing smrks of fire in every direction, and, coming together with torrihe force over the cemetery, bur.t with a loud noi e and flew into a thousand atoms, tlie light disappearing at once. No theory has been advanced as to what thj balls really were. And Now She's Her Own Aunt. Cleveland, June 15. A special from anosville savs tho oople ot that locality are agitated over the el ii-mint of Emma Tbinger, daughter of a wealthy farmer, with Leonard Irwin, liu.band of her father's sister. The girl is IS y.'ars of age. The pair are said to uave been seen last in Cincinnati, where they purchased tickets for some point in tbe west From the Dissecting Boom, Hsvinf; taken Swifl's Specific for lilood iHiipou conirseleu at a meuu-al college at a uisM-i-non. while I was a medical student. 1 am grateful Io say that it pave nw speedy anil tliotoi li cure after my parents had spent hutHlretl of uolhir? for treslnieiit Mv arm wai swollen lotwic nalural size, and as nothine heltieu me I was de sp.iiring of ever beinic cured, but hearini; of the S. s. js.i 1 bought a lunik- little thinking I woiiiii derive any benefit from it. I beean akiiut it res larly, and soon the swelling began to zo ilown and the arm ceased to nam me. 1 continued Us line. and after taking eight Imttles was thorouhly cured. Avuusti's w ksoel, Newark, . J. Send for liook on Hlood and Skin diseases. It is mailed free. Thb Swift specific t o.. Drawer 3, Atlanla. t)a. Father, Mother, and Three Sisters Dead. Mr. David ClaypooL formerly Scrgcant- at-Armsof the New Jersey Senate, and now lvotary rublic at Ueuarville, Cumberland Co., K. J., makes the following startling statement: "My father, mother, ami three sisters all died with consumption, and my lungs were so weak 1 raised blood. XNoIhxIv tlioulit I could live. My work (nlii suiitiiing)was very straining on me with my weak constitution, and 1 was rapidly etuna to tlie grave. While in this condition 1 commenced using Misliler's Herb Bitters, and it saved my lile. liecause it was so (lillicult to get it in this little place, and 1 had improved si much, I stopped taking it for a time, and the result is that 1 have commenced going rapidly down hill again. Njmeliow, Mishlers Herb .Bitters gives appetite and strengthens and builds me up as nothing else does, and I must have a dozen bottles at once. I se this commu nication as you please, and if any one wants to be convinced of its truth, let them write me and I will make affidavit to it, for I owe my life to Mishlers Herb liittors. 1 lie secret of the almost invariable relief and cure of consumption, dysentery, diar rhoea, dyspepsia, indigestion, kidney and liver complaints, when Misliler's Herb Bitters is used, is that it contains simple, harmless, and yet powerful ingredients, that act on the blood, kidneys, and liver, and through them strengthens aud invigor ates the w hole system. Purely vegetable in its composition; prepared by a regular physician ; a standard medicinal prepara tion; endorsed by physicians and drug gists. Thescare four strong points in favor of Misliler's Herb Bitters. Misliler's Herb Bitters is sold by all druggists. Pruvjl.00 tier large lsittle. C bottles for $o.H. Ask four dmaeist for VierrLFR's HritB Brrrrita. If he dum mit ke.in it, do mS Uke anything- hIkh, t.tit srnin a ikmiii earn iu siishi h iieub BlTTLfcSlA)., am Uummerca Mi-eot, nuladnltinia. snoltTEMT IMCTR To TUE EAST AND SOUTH Train- leave Hot L l-l:.i,J 4.im a. m. Way KreiiMil, Mr " Fact Kxpn--. I.t p. m. M.niJ and tlx ;tr 6.IVI Thniti'U Krei:,'lil A. t'iiiii,.i' Trains arrive al (J.n k Iciaiiu: 2,.'Wj. m. Thron'Mi Frvii'lit ainl At ;-uiinu''Kv. llf.45 p. in. IMuil Hint hxiTv--. Ii.bi ' Fact Kxpre-f. t.Kl Way Freight. The Fast KM'itK;-, h :. ini: Km k 1-iar .l vt in. arrive at. IVonu l.'.t ,. m : si.m..:i ... I.ii5 . m., at (lecnttir -l.ii.. m.. .1 k-H.o.if ' (. m., Allon T.0 11. in., M l,i;ii .". . in .. a7;.: rre I Unite ll..V p. in . The wf. l. Ma i , lit the IlfchT ami ilvu kkt bi:tv l a; iheJ-.'ttt p.m. Ir-iin nuikc ( C"t:T:e. tii l - GalVA with C. H. A. for point- -!; arr.itt Galebnrir at 4.1 v. in., ni iuriiivi"ii .' i- ' Keokuk Itl.-ii-'i p. tu., ainl :ti I'unh v y. in. Arrivii i? ui i'eoru ni ii,i p. uu uuc connection with the f. V A . 1 t' for lllili:i:i:ip..i. eouiit-. lint' ltn-r w;t!i train" for Hie est atut -ku'Ii. fiTYAT TIM K M II K ii'NNKi 1lo -hi en :s low t) :tm oi ii. r r ; . K. tt.t'Altf.K. V N MMToV lien'l supt. toil i Ui At The ft H) i. tn. A) aMiniK-.K1 --i. t- t ' exeept finiiHy. The Line selected by thr U.S. Cert to carry tho Fast W.i nip .1: b-i- there should be an attempt to do so he would resent it with the fire and indigna uon 01 a man who had not gone beyond bis prime. And he is right. . The demos cratic party won the victory in the last national election, and it is its duty as well as its privilege to take possession of it (the picnic) had been a success. It is to be regretted that all did not reach home before the storm set in. Of Black Hawk we would say, to be appreciated it must be seen. Adieu. people were entitled to all tbe rights and privileges guaranteed by the constitution ot the L-niled States to its citizena POISON IN THE SOUP. List o' Patents- The following patents were granted to Citixens nr Illinois, hennnir (Ists Juna H . .... , B 1 K. It IS as DTOBer for One Set Of men tot 1H8.1. Ttcnnrtjtr pthtmhW for thia nnnor want office as for another set to keen of I j Ojouis JBagger and Co., mechanical ex fie, and it is not less legitimate for one to PertoT?n.d, 'oiiciU)n ot patents, Washing, with the crime. desire a clerkship than it is for Mr. Hen- lt .L , w , d ricks to desire a governorship, a sena-1 stacker, torshin. the vi . .... . L TBat0B W B' ""Hles; road Bradlngma- r, , .w .vniui.ui.j vi LUC AlIBh I CD1 offlce. Let us have this thing understood. " liie, A L, ttorinirneld : valve sear Karuatz, J C and W WIess,-l orest Glenn ; stamp pnuer. Barsent. J J. Peoria: freierht car door. Lawrence, J H, Sterling; roller for sliding doors Norris, D W, lIi;in : iarror butter, etc. Parkhurst, A F Kewanec; bottle stopper fas tener. Mehneidcr. J D. f t Jacob: dinner bucket Stewart, Robert, Pittafleid; (team boiler clean U U civu service reform in the highest sense of term. The Revue BMiograpMque reports that I 'in Paraguay a tribe of Indians with tails has been discovered. A Guavcuyos child of eight years was captured with a tail a I loot Jong. Wyman, E H, Evanston; ear oarer. Took a Deadly dilass of Baer. Neoacsek, Mich., June 15 A strange suicide occurred here Friday afternoon. A man naineJ Robert Taylor, formerly em ployed at (loose Lake, fame into a saloon aud -ordered a class of beer. VV hen he re ceived it lie emptied a package of arsenic into it and drank it all He started to leave tbe city, but was overtaken by a polios man and brought to tbe eity jail. Medical ef forts were unavailing to save him, and he died five hours efur taking tbe poison. Cause, lack of money and despondency. Tlie Clearing House Exchanges. Naw York, June 15. The Commercial aud Financial Chronicle says: "The ex changes during- the opening week at June were distinctly more favorable than those for many weeks past, not merely by com parison with a year ago, but in other spects. Tbe total was $.-0,305,001, which though lower than for tbe same period last year, is for a period when tbe exchanges al ways show a falling off. Has an End In TMw. New York, June 15. A telegram from Philadelphia states that A. J. Cassot, late vice president of the Pennsylvania railroad, who has, it is said, been offered the receiv ership ot the West Shore, has decided to ac cept. It Is also currently reported that the result "of his acceptance will ultimately be the control of tbe West Shore by the Penn sylvania company. Have used Tongaline extensively; am I so much pleased with its effects, both from personal use and in general praol tice, that I find it quite indispensable'. J. that there was a large quantity of arsenic I W. smith, M. !., Wellington, Ohio. in the sonn. Harv Klemaii hat been doing the kitchen work for the family. I The profits of the late Hugh Conway I Lass than a year, ago, it is said, tba father, on tbe shilling edition Of "Called Back orower, ana younger sister ot tue prisoner 1 were X9 OUU. Standing of the League Clubs. Chicago, June 15 The schedule of the clubs of tbe National league up to and in cluding Friday is as follows. It will be ob served that Chicago has come up a peg and now ties r.ew ork: Chicago Uameo won 23, games lost 6; New York won 83, lost C; Providence won 19, lost 8; Pbiladeldia won 10, lo-t 14; Boston won 10, lost 18; Hufralo won 10, lost 18; St. Louis won 9, lost 20; Detroit won 5, lost 35. Another Faat Ocean Trip. Qtjeknstowrj, June IS The steamship Etruria, ot the Cunard line, from New York, arrived oft the Faatuet light at 4 o'clock Saturday morning, having made the run in six days, ten noun and five minutes, - ZROF. TTAPPTS' A RaoicalCure Fon'l HERVOUS DEBILITY organic weakness, PHYSICAL DECAY, InYouns; Mlddlol Aged Men. f Testtto fob ovcntil Years bv use i h mast, t Thousand cC8. )NERV0ttSDFBIUTY OttOAMCVt KAhNKKS Decay .and nuainruua Attempt ta Da the Borgia Act in Evans ton, Ills. Evanston, Ills , June 15. Michael Freerer and his wife and two children, of Rose HilL have been poisoned. ' Mary Kleman, sister of Mrs. Freerer, has been arrested, charged tor several days past the family have been suffering. They have shown symptoms of vomiting and spasms. Suspicion was aroused Friday, and Dr. Isaac Poole .was called in. Uo was shown some soup which had been served on Thursday. Ue found a whitish sediment in the bottom of the bowl and brought some of it to tbe laboratory of tbe university in the village. Professor H. S. Corbart made a test, and the result leaves no shad o wot doubt but A CAKD. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure you, I FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy wa discovered by a missionary in South America, fend a self addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York City. ruino ina fn iiimi nit , uctnn, rauilt trwrti ritutniui lnniMflrMinn. loo t no indulaijnce. or over brain work. Avoi.i the iinpoftUinot prt-ten-i ion nnutiifi for th?e tnnirrlff. itt oiit 'n- Oiroulartnii Trill Ftuk. tce. aiird k-trn itrinniii tiu1 LH-fore tfckiri trroU iitt-nt rtat'Whm. Take A Jl ltK IlliUiVthfttllA8 l( 1 Ikl.IJ IflOUMinilS), Utrl-g not iiit-rfre mtli aiin. i lion to buniiu'M, or vruss l twin or iiiconv emetic: in funy wr. touiiJt- on 3Kririilirii.' metlioal nrinci hAts. l',y din:cliiiikcitioii (0 tho BCKt utdijteiLw hi lfiiTific iiiiiifctlicsj U fvl Iwalii'iil dflsy. TheoaU urn. function a of (he hu Irtui animatinz element. I of lh, w hich nrc been wiaftedrepimtr&ck-ttiil na patient nccomeirhrer 'ful ami rni(tivtTaitia hutii I strniift d tud mtxmi vkoc HARRIS REMEDY CO., II FOCHtHigia wu . aouiu rt oi. aiUUlO, MJ, TPIHL TftEA TiLEJfT. Ona Month, - S3 Of I Two Months, - s.fli i j Stars nouns, 7.0c apl-9-dwly HAGAN'S Magnolia Balm G. W TOMLINSON, Veterinary Surgeon, AND AUCTIONEER. Will attend to all calls for Biy services. Best Of references given. ADDHKSS, . UK1UN, ILLS. ept-S-dtf WATKINS k HILL j j ' Dealers in : ' is a secret aid to beauty. ness to it, who would rather Dry aud (Jreeii Wood. Dot tell, ahd VOU Cant telL WUl also attend to nanling of all icds I ntm . . . . 1fn11P. ivenue. Telenhone no. 197: oraers may os eft at either place oct.J8-dtf CHICAGO, PEORIA or ST. lou AND DENVfcK EithM by way of Ofmha, Pac'i' J lf.... r-.:. Iltn.dfiall ft !' iiinio inikf ft iLLiNuia, iuh, "::rtifia MFRSliSKn. KANSAS. C0L3HABI With bunch linn to th.it ." !'' 't -i- It mns a.oiy ilay in tim ,-i " ' '' quippail thuufcri tt,i, o..'t" '' 1,1 Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omsna. .. Chl!aBo.ndCounCJJuft Chicago and At.)"0 Chicago and Kansas City, Chicago and Topeka, Chicago an.) St. Lou... Chicago and 0u d ufl Chicago and Siou" Pooria and Council DW -Peoria and Kansas City, Peoria and St. Louis. St. Louis and Omn. St. Louis and St. r St. Louis and Rock Isla""' St. Louis and Chicago Kansas City "d Jc2, Kansas City and S'-r Kansas City and Oman. n, nsas City a ' Ka Direct Connort'on B ' wilh Thiouiih 1',', IJ lJ " b!nchs. j iV.itJ'i ' At ch of iti 3ei"l t',n , ,,(1 i ii.. , .1 I In,. in li-i-':s rt ' . . -.r! nd tiom ,11 doiiiU In tl U""" b'"" It ii th ninc.pai lii,. " San si. Aft ..TV!.,.. R.1.1. Gi-ral l"toTA, ;..," tha Burlinirton RouU. ca'l " '7 HENRY B. STONE. FtKU c.'i v A.tGaa'IIA.rasW. NEW BAKERY! An- Confectionery- No. 1109 Third Ave, u-u sF.Ilir1' . :. .art of I" wr-Bread dellvereu iu auu-7-dly Proi-rl"'' (ill- mniiiTT ir in .- Dr nil"-, t," SOMWER LAW l,. b. Kin Kill July. al11' V ", i-'"'"' . ' proved of aiinial nee.-W; ,lit " Jipn in piiraue lh'r mt Jn ""a W'4 ly; and Sd, to practitioner. - rti01I t- advantage of syi'''t " f Vs.) M L lar apply (P. O. t Divers ty i Mikob, Prof. Com. and stt- " h b'ke symptoms, and all .