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THUR8DAY, JUNE 18, 1885. Only Denijerattc Dally in ine Klerentn Con gressional Dulrict. J. . POTTER. Sditob awn Pnuiin. ROCK ISLAND DAILY ARGUS, ROCK ISLAND WEEKLY ARGC9. irneiu paths or ioci isuis cm asb covm Arfrai Block, - - Opp. Post Office. roiKurnni um ! DAILY IS'i eenta per week, or SO eenta per month, delivered by nmeri to any prt of me city WEB KLY (2,00 per year. portaire paid. The doctor at hia last weekly dUtriba- tion, left a aoD with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beeding and also with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mr. John Cady found hia father's health improved and is expected home tos day. ' Xo more cases of measles are reported in this section and the afflicted ones have recovered. An Old Lady Fockd ih a Will Near Illinois Crrt, and Her Subsequent Death. Illinois City, June 18. An old German lady, seventy nine years of age, who lived with her son, The Mexiean Financier is not impress -A favnrahW bv our 8outh American years of age, who Trade Commission. It says: "That corns rist Rudenberg, about half a mile from mis-iion visited Mexico and gathered about this place, was found in a well located I near the dtvallino- one dav last week. as much information here as a keenwitted I clincintr to the windias rope with her New York editor could collect in a few 1 head just above the water. The unusual hours' study of th'e trade statistics be- noise tHit sue maae auraciea me notice .. .. . .... of some of the family who were at the tween the two nations. The cost of this bwn ftnd on gom? the well found her roving comxisston is, of course, a mere jtt tne condition described. Being res bagatelle to so rich a nation; but, as the cued, medical aid waa summoned and people across the border would say, 'It is everything was done that could be for her not brines,' Iftbe "keenwitted New -Zi ork editor" kuows no more of interna- remain unsolved in connection with thi tional trade affairs than lie docs of Ohio case: Did she accidently fill into the well, THE SHINING MARK. DEATH STRIKES AGAIN AMONG GREAT OF EARTH. . THE Baron MantenflTel Cloaa His- Career Kalaer William Prostrated British Political News The Cholera at Madrid Kioto la Austria. politics he would be obligod to surrender to the junketing commission. Berlin, June 18. Field Marshal Baron von Manteuffel, governor of the provinces of Alsac and Lorraine, died quit suddenly at Carlsbad, at which place he was sojourn ing for hU health, at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning. The news of his death, following so closely on that of Prince Frederick Charles, has greatly shocked tue emperor, fie is much prostrated, aud saiJ, in a mourn ful way. "All my friends are dying." - lEdwin liana Charles, Barou von Man teuffel. was born Feb. 2L 1SU9, at Magde burg. At toe age ol 17 he entered a ngt meut ot Prussian dragoons, and in 146 was made an aide-de-camp of the king. Ue became a colonel in 1854. and was employed on various important dip lomatic commissions, in ioji u attached to the office ot the minister of war, in the capacity of chief of the personal division. In loW he became successively lieutenant general and adjutant general. While holding taese positions he became io- A atNooi.AR warfare has begun to be I wuged between physicians and apothe- or did the let herself down bv the rope volved in a duel witn a councilor with thrt intpntinn tf Hnwnmi, liora lf ? of the tribunal of Twfcten. Alter Tha ii., .,,..i,: n ... I the conventiim of Oastein ManteuttVl ;!,r "rT"" n K.aii, Ugaia rame to the Iront and was appointed Creultetl. 1 mnA n.ilitnrv mivmnr nf Krl,lAfiWio The storm king reigns in this region of Hs subsequently sent to Hanover and o.onntrv at nre.ont nH th. m,nA k. commanueu a u.ymou minor '"s . f . " -1 '' " " . . , a. . t .1. 1 . - .. canes in Brooklyn, many oi iub lunui-r i oeen testing its power on various occa now mix and pispense the medicines Isions, but no material damage was done whirh their nrescril.e. without extra chitrire xceP' tb overturning of an occasional ,:, i,.,i.!.i , i.;. hy shed Di scattering rail fences in '""" " " various places. No damage has been innovation is the desire to retaliate upon done to crops except making the ground the druggists, who prescribe for all or-1 unfit for cultivation by being so wet. The dinary ailments and who extol the virtues farmers are now waiting for a chance at the weeds in the cornfield, which are tak ing advantage of the wet weather. The third quartctly meeting of Tavlor Ridge charge convened in the Methodist Episcopal church of this place on the 13th and 14th instants. The people had I - - l. ! ' . 1 extortionate and that they have begun to T r' wuraiiiiing in a nouse 3 6 newly decorated with wall paper and a u u,,:.i,v,uo ... .v.c. i neatly paintea ceiling principally the pone an inevitable reduction . ll tnreat- I work of the ladies. ens to be a bitter and malodorous quar- of patent preparations, thereby diminish ing the fees of the doctors. They assert that tlie diuggists' average profit on pres script ions is upward of 300 per cent. The druggists retort that the doctors' fees are rel, although it is not likely to rage far I and wide throughout the land. Brooklyn is a curious and peculiar town. POSTAL LAW CHANGES The following changes in the Postal Law will take effect July 1st: Pre-emption, June 18. Fii.e weather. Farmers busy. Business dull. Mumps all the rage . The measles still in the neighborhood. von r alkenstein. vvrwn tne tatter was called to Bohemia in ltS0 MaoteutTel as sumed the command of the army of tlie Main and directed the operations aeainst the German southern states. He has been blamed for the teventy ot the measures he took aeainst his defeated countrymen. Thus did he demand 60,000,000 francs as a war contribution from the city of rrantrorc, who corporation nrererred Deing pu tared to contributing this amount. The war was over. Manteuffel was sent to Si Petersburg. In the Franco Prussian war be was In command at ueiz, laou, Amieua, Rouen, and won the battles of Port Noyelles and Bapaume. At the cloe of tile war he was appointed commander-in-chief of the army of occupation, and promoted to the rank of field marshal in 1M73. In 1880 he became coventor of Alsace-Lor raine, and at first showed himself liberal- minded, but bis tyranny soon took tne utioer hand and he made himself odious to the people, whom he governed in a brutal and arbitrary lasnion. T ll il farman In tKia OwflAn OVA nlAmmn Anv artlrlp in a newtmnnpr nr nlhAr I .. . . . r a - J l , v. . i , 1 1. 1 w AArn tha aannnrl time nnhlication mav he marked for nhserva-1 ' j -- Tl-1.M 111 . I. . r, i nn rtivnt hi vritlpn f,r nrinlo.l nr.k "m c t-cicujaie lue ruimu: without increase of postage. Whv not have B Picnic at n0Ie f 2. All newspapers sent from the office Dick W hitsitt gave us a pleasant call of publication, including sample copies, I Friday while home visiting his folks. vi nuts ncui iruiu a news Byency 10 i k. Snider started Monrlav tn vat tuai BUDscriDera thereto, or to otner news friends and relatives in Kansas. Mrs. L. Hammond is improving the looks of her town property bv lavios a new siuewaia. agents, shall be entitled to transmission at the rate of 1 cent per pound or frac tion thereof, the postage to be prepaid. 3. The weight of all single rate letters is increased from one half of one ounce each, or fraction thereof, to one ounce. The same increase of weight is allowed for drop letters, whether mailed at sta tions where there is free delivery, or where carrier service is not established. 5. A special stamp, of the value of 10 cents, may be issued, which, when at tached to a letter in addition to the law ful postage thereon, shall entitle the let ter to immediate delivery at any place The Connelly school opened again to day. It has been closed since last ThureN day, June 11, on account of the mumps. The strawberry and cream festival for the benefit of the Kpiscopal church on Tuesday evening, was well attended and a very enjoyable time waa had. We have not heard how much waa made. The M. E. Sunday school celebrated children's day last Sunday. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers. containing 4,000 population or over, at- An interesting programme was earned out coramg to the leaeral census, or within by the members of the school in the ev one miie oi tne postomce coming wiinin eningr. tue provisions oi mis law. wuicu may, in Te 8(X.iabe hela in HammonH hall nn manner w ucs.gua.ru as a .pet .. WedneSuay evening for the benefit of the noli ucro rm ra (hut atts-h Dnania II I . . " . i .. ,, . , v r. ' Presbyterian church proved a success was had. The sixty-seven dollars that were cleared will be used for the repair ing ot tue church. 7 a. m., and midnight; that a book shall be provided in which the person to whom the letter is addressed shall acknowledge its receipt; that messengers for this siie- cial delivery are to be paid 80 per cent of lhA fiiAA valtlA nf till tlkO blumita I and rppnrderi in a month nrovuleil lhat I "" the aggregate compensation paid to any I wra is growing splendidly. uue person lur suuii service hubii nut ea-1 vv . jonnsion 9 wile lias gone On ceea fdii per month, ana provided lursi visit to friends in Pennsylvania. it. .a .1 t.. j,.t: .tt tuai me regu.auuns lor ine ueiivery ui F C- Dorsey of Chicago, bought ao- mese specially siampea letters snail in no other carload of horees 8nd suipped them nj iulmiviv nnu mi. piuu,vuEii,ii j thlg Week interfere with the of letters as provided by existing law or regulations. SIBI KBAM MFT1X.S. Interesting Oossip fkom Ri'kai. Town ship Crop Prospects. Rural, June 1'3. Another wedding in the near future Strawberries are plentiful aud very cheap. A number of Ruralites attended the re gatta at Moline on Saturday. Frank Wilson sold four fine calves to James Cook for $200. Harry Simmons, of Ruck Inland is rus ticating in Rural. Miss nillier's school closes in a few days with a picnic in the grove. Lewis Wilson attended a fine stock sale at Aledo, where he bought a fine calf at a reasonable price. Two weeks ago communion services were held at Beulah church and Mr. Don aldson'a little baby was baptized. Sir. Charley Shy re lost a little girl a short time ago with scarlet fever. The family have the sympathy of the com mil nity. Mr. O'Brien has bought a house and lot in Rock Island, and expects to move there next Marco. Kural will lose a good cit izen. John Bosom's team ran away lust Thursday with the harrow, doing no seri ous damage. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson are visit ing their daughter. Miss Carlson, at Alex, andria, Dakota. They will be gone about ten days. Crop prospects are good. Corn is look' ing well considering tlie time it has been Mrs. Amanda Marshall's new residence will bo ready for her to occupy by July 1st. G. W. Rathbun, of our village, is holds ing evening street lectures on subjects taken from the bible. Some of our citizens boast of new pos tatoes and peas, but we are inclined to believe their boasts are fishy. M. C. Bennett, of L. C. Dessaint & Sons, of Davenport, and wife, spent a few days with A. P. Marshall last week Frank Hamblic, of Rock Island, one of the old time boys of Cordova, was here on a short visit last week Our liverymen. Spoon & Tavener are doing a thriving business. They are men well calculated for the business. Mr. J. J. Johnson, of the Port Byron Lime company, reports the lime business improving. Quite a storm visited us on Sunday afternoon last, not doing much damage except scaring people. W. T. King is purchasing and baline all of tbo available straw in this vicinity tor the urabam paper works, of Clinton. W. C. lieany & Bona, with a small force of masons and labo rers, embarked (or Anamosa, Iowa, ir the employ of the railroad company on Wednesday night uur base ball club have received a chal lenge from the Princeton, Iowa, club to play a match game on the Fourth day of July The railroad company are laying pipes from the water tank to the stock yards for the purpose of watering stock, etc., a much needed improvement. J. V. Bailey, of this village, left this port on Tuesday morning to resume his THE BRITISH POLITICAL SITUATION, Queen Victoria Arrives at Windsor Tb New Cabinet. London, June IS. The xueen has arrived at Windsor. Her majesty appeared to be in good health and spirits. Lord Salisbury has. definitely settled the premiership. It Is stated that Sir Stafford Northcote has accepted a peerage, leaving Sir Michael Hicks- Beach to lead the Con servatives in the house of commons. Lord Randolph Churchill will have an important position in the new cabinet Ha has agreed to the renewal oi tne coercion act on condition that it only be en forced if found imperative. His action is generally attributed to fear that Lord Salis burr and other loaders would ignore his claims to office, and to a desire to retard the progress of the seats bill in order to give a chance, it possible, to appeal to the old con atltuenciea, which are more likely to support the Conservatives. Dublin, June 1 .Mr. T. D. Sullivan, member of parliament for the county of Yi estmeath, presided at a league maeting here Monday evening. He said that co ercion now was impossible. The Irish mem berg of parliament, he said, will , treat the Conservative cabinet about to be formed in a manner not dissimilar to that which char acterized their treatment of the Gladstone ministry, if the Conservatives should treat Ireland in the same way that the Liberal government had done. The prospects for Ireland, said Mr. Sullivan, were never brighter. THE CHOLERA'S PROGRESS. Ten Deaths at Madrid Mortality In the Prorlneea. Madrid, June 18. Ten deaths from cholera occurred in this city Taesday. Ninety fatal cases are reported from the city of Murcia, In the province of Castellon de la Plana there were eighty cases of cholera and sixty deaths. Thirty thousand people have fled from Murcia, owing to the terrible dread of the disease which has taken posseiaioD of the people. In the city of Muroia alone, Monday, there were, according to the latest rumors, sixty-four new caes of cholera and thirty-nine deaths. In the province of Mur cia, outsido of the city, there ware fifty cases of cholera and sixteen deaths within the same period. The Official Uasette confirms the statement that cholera hi raging in the provinces of Valencia, Castellonde la Plana, and Murcia, and in the city of Madrid. The opposition newspapers, on the contrary. deny that cholera exists in Madrid, and say that all testimony regarding the suspicious cases is insufficient to give warrant for the assertion that they are rases of cholera. and voted solidly for the bilL The bill pro vides for the appointment of three election commissioners, two to be of on leading party and ona of the other, by toe county court, to hold office three year. Klsction pre cincts are to contain 300 voters when first established, and when the number should exceed 430 they are to be rearranged. In these precinct) each party is to have a ma jority of the judges in every other board. the boards to be selected by the election commissioners. Registration is to begin four weeks previous to the election, and given three days one week apart After the ihvastigatih Is completed lista of those suspected to be illegal votes are given to the clerk, who are to make a careful canvass of the precinct Then if any name found not on tha registration lists it U put on the suspected list anl again Investigated. INo one can vote whose name is not in the registry list. The canvassing boar! is con- posod of tUe county judge, city attorney and board of election canvassers, and Is empowered to open ballots to verify returns and call and examine witnesses The bill is made applicable to Incorporated towns and cities and heavy penalties are provided for violations of its provisions. The Hacn Course and Diamond. Kansas City. June 11 Races Wsdues- lay re ultei as f illows: First race, 1 mile; Santa Claus first. Slocum second, Trix third; time, 1:4a. Second race, IV miles; Isaac Murphy first, Hortense second, Lady Winfrey third; time, i-.VA. Third race, )i miles, Ida Hops first, Virgie Hearna second: time, 2:14, Fourth race, 1 mile; Modesty first, val et second, Thady third: time, 1:45H. New York, June 11 Wednesday's races at Brighton lieach'resulted : First race, lmils; Billot first, Tecumsch second, B b May third; time, 1:50. Second race, mile: Marsh Radon first Jacobus second, Jesse James third; tuns, 1:20V. Third race, mile; Tunis first, Jocose sec ond, Carlyle third; time, 1:19; Fourth race, miles; Dizzy Monde first. Tattlor second,, Uank third ;;tims, 2:02). Fifth race, ljf miles; Quebec firs', Bally second, Fred B. third; time, 3:01. BASE BALL. Chicago, June 17. League base ball games were as follows: At rrovtdence srrovidence 8, Philadel phia 4; at Boston Boston 0, New York 10. The Item from Kentucky. Louisville, Ky., June 18. The Hall and Jones factions of Knott county, are still under arms, and an engagement between them is imminent The Hall party numbers thirty-one, and the Jones gang eighteen. All are armed with Wiachsster rifles, and defy arrest Monday last, on Beaver creek, Perry Sherwood and Bill Hawk, the latter ne of the most noted and bloodthirsty desperadoes in the mountains, were waylaid and shot and killed by ambushed enemies. They both belonged to the Hail factions. FOREIGN FRC1T NOTICE OF THE RECENT CHANGE IN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT. THE Don't be deceived by false rep resentations that our celebrated Name of Lucky Democrats Who WU FUENACES are Sold by anyone Taste Its Sweets Other Official Motes olcu l,nf Alleged Condemnation of the Dolphin About Cuba- J0NH T. N0FTSKER, RAILROAD TIME TABI? .. av-, ,lutK ISLAM) uaiTiBLi Jtmsl. , IBM V" kd raoa chiciso 1m.. fan BxpressMail ,. um. Fast Bxpreis..." S w J S' Bureau Accommodation... 4-tw i' Bit. L. HI IllS-flim U v win. .B tg, k mcato JMa h. nrii 6 K 5:15 4: 10:4c. iMt I' 6 1. a wa.hihow.ckt. June la-Thapresi. a" ourgo formerly sold by dent has made the following appointments; owner CC ODencer. and BWlier K lonn a. otano, 01 umo, minister to iuuy; Bavliss W. Hanna. of Indiana, minister to Argentine ReDublic: Chane3 A. Dougherty, of Penn ylvauia, secretary of legation to Rome; Pierce M. Ri Younar. of Geonria. consul treneral to Bro., are now sold exclusive ly by JOHN T. N0FTSKER. St Petersburg; George W. Bavage, of New Repairs for all goods of OUr Jersey, at Belfast; E J ward Campauson, of 1 - 0 Pennsylvania, at Naples; Francis B. Gal- manuiafiure, luunu ai arv rf Kaar V.-irlr at T'in Ta.tvn Jamaica; John M. Busch, of West Virginia, at Na- JOHN T. NOFTSKEE'S, easaki: Oscar Hieclmlf. of Kansas at Sonneberg; Richard R Stoldard. of New fJaU ancl examine OIU latest 101- York, at Athens; Theodore W. Downs, or , Connecticut, at Quebec: M. J. Newmark, of pTOVeU uoi rauo, at L,yons; nuiiam n. mousiw - ot New Jorsey, at Beirut; J. C. Monogban, H 11 VT1 QPPC! of Rhode Island, at Mannheim; Wallace -a- MA UUI VVM 1 Jones, of Florida, at Messina. 11:15 P. m. 10 ani ritoa Emu , '" 6:20 a. m. ... . 7:0m l. in I .'.: TO AND 1R0 COC.VClL BLl Pr. ''' o.iaj a. ra. 4 .Uu n a to u rao jujisr,,,,.. S :!. m. 5:i(l p. m t Rxorefs AtiilMla: Kx Nitl.i Ei,ns,!,.... i' r iMeDger,. ran Kxprtss,. 1. KIMBALL. G neral Sup X "Mr.' "lit tl. r. Slil.a . E-T.JliN J. t. CWiK.j;,; r;.tti,. HICAUO, UtRLKtiTUX A gllN(v I V . .1 . i. Uml Bxpres 6 ii ku tertiDK PatwemtKr ?.. . ' a Sieriini; arconnnodatioii'.li ::i a ' st. loom Kart Ki g-g,,, Deliver ft Kii. 1 iiy Ex.... 4 uip 11 " IAi K. ( JIICAGO, MILfl AlKEK i ST. As. " f. a a ltm We ask inspection of goods be- ter Ft Xr Arnini fjni a , menta, New Goods, largest va- Fiv g umch nsam ..:.. : ,i. i.a E. U neiv 111 tue UKiiKCi KOCK ISUKD THAIS, VAJauiuroauaroa mm. u, ,a ,v.u, - - " 11:15 pin exammers. At ues moines, xowa, kh. ioic l)UH litis lllg. iiew l ill 111 uvr- I r ' accom. i w m oueucer m. rvice auu u. tv. omouse u been appointed, and Dr. Ueorge r. aua ""i ""o1- walt retained; at Dubuque, Iowa, lira. Michael K. Connolly aud Marshall M. Wapleo have been appointed, and Dr. John T. Lewis retained, at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Drs. A. D. Poo re and Elijah W. Lake have been appointed, and Dr. John W. LeGraiige retained Dr. L Brown, who is appointed ma et t tin nav hr,a,nl ail: llffnont' fnWA. was the surgeon a-ho dressei Commissioner tsame auuress lor twenty y ais. 1- aa- RICHARDSON & BOYNTON CO. 84 Lake St., Chicago, 234 Water St., New York. ""I-MKs, KOCK ISLAS1) & PEORIA :U '' 5 L U: A.-, Black's wounds after tlie battle of Prairie may 36-dtaw-t&t Grove, Ark. The Critic says: "George A. Junks has accepted the position of assistant secretary of the interior department, which was offered him by Secretary Lamar and will enter upon his duties July L Mr. Jenks was a member of congress from Pennsyl vania In loiu, and was one oi tne counsel before the electoral commission making what many considered the best argument on the Democratic side. His appointment is accredited by some to the influence of the Hon. Samuel J. Tilden. Cancer Cured K.U1.HM (SHOBTIBT BOUTS TOTHX EAt.T 1ST, , 1 u, T' t uet Express 8 45 a Mail and Ex ) jd p Arrnmmotialion ....7;15p j Way Freight d im. H Depot Twentielh firi-n. " ROCK ISLAND & MERCER CO., k. k LCaVI Msll o:m 4. n Ati-onunodation 4:W p a keivi THE NEWS IN BRIEF. HOW HAVOC TRAVELED IN IOWA And the Coat of the Trip Through the State In Life and rroperry. St. Paui' Minn., June 18. A Sibley, Iowa, special to The Pioneer Press gives tne following comprehensive summary of Sun day night's storm in that part of Iowa. The tornado entered the state at 9 o clock a. m, at Onowa, Monona county, traveling from southwest to northeast at the rate of about fifty miles an hour. It reached Sioux City at 10:15 and l.omars at 1U:45. This storm lasted about thirty minutes, and was accom panied by rain and haiL It then veered to the east, and we have beard of damage be ing done as far east as Waterloo. Until 12:15 a. m. it rained, when another tornado from the north west swept over Leraarsniore destructive than toe first, lasting an hour and a half. This came from southern Da koto as far west as Yankton. The track, as far as can be learned at this time, was in the shape ot a letter X, with the base of the let' ter pointing east, the junction being in Cherokee county, where the largest amount of damage was done. From Onawa, by way of Sioux City, to Cherokee, it is nearly eighty miles; from Yankton to Cherokee it is 120 miles, and from Cherokee to Fort Dodge it Is seventy-five mile) This will give an idea of the storm's planted. Rve wheat and oats promise a good crop, Mrs. Dave Wilson, of Geneva. Nebras I ron club. ka, who has been spending a couple ot I An abundance of rain the past week weeks among relatives aud friends in I has made the farmers a great deal of work Kural, recaived word last night to return I to keep the weeds down, but will proba home immediately, as her husband was I bly prove proverbial to abundant crops duties with the Rock Island plow works I course. The duration of the storm Ot KOCK island. I at Lemars was anout an nour ana a nun. The Cordova base ball club play two Tne damage in Cherokee county will amonnt games of ball today at Zuma one with to2J,000:in Woodbury county, fioo.ouo; the Kami Citv and one with the Port Bvn v i, - lick. The steamer Charles Rebstock got wind bound after leaving our landing last Fn- day evening, and tied up until toward mornint; before leaving for Clinton. The ftl. W. A. of this village, have an invitation from theH. W. A. of Moline, to attend the Fourth of July celebration to Death of ah Estimable Last at Mars ton Nfw Arrivals at Some of the Residences. v Mar8ton, June 18. Mrs. Henry Struble, of this place, died 06 he,d tbere' hnt nave not taken anT on Friday, June 12th, of consumption, action in the matter yet. Th fnnpral crvia wen? hpiri in th An. A man with a boat with a medium tinch Ranliat church and conducted hv sized cinnamon bear on board, landed at the Rev. Mr. Fisk. pastor of the Presbv our shore lftRl Saturday evening,, much to terian church, of Hamlet, after which the the delight of young America. remains were interred in the Cooper cem- The Kockton paper mills, of Kockton, HI., have put a straw Dress at work in our townsh ip in competition with the Graham p aper mill at Milan, and there is a lively skirmish between them in the sale of the game. etery. Mrs. Struble bad been a lone and patient sufferer. The past winter she spent in Chicago undergoing medical treatment, irom which sue received no benefit, and returned home in the spring . , 1 131 IL. nnimproveu. cue was vue moiuer oi nine Xhe disciples of good old Izaak Walton Ll.'' 2.'. t"e are never so happy as when indulging in r . "-"" , b' 1 tuejr favorite pastime of fishing. Cnfors HtniDiewas an eariy proiessor oi ennss unftte. howeTer. malaria is freouentlv tlanity, and the high respect with which :' a ,h n o.fnr h. she was regarded in this community was! ... fllhora hn am-nri I n.mr.t ho voted for the meainire. vinced by the Jarge concourse of friends their time on t,ne rmr, to be well provid- Several Chicago Democrats among them men any aaa juanoney ueviurau uub . ura closinz of the polls at 4 o'clock in the after noon would i disfranchise ,' thousands of workine people. It waa ' for thi reason they said that they were opposed it. The Republicans scouted this notion, (50.000. and Ida eouuty. $50,000. This time there are reposta of damage in Buena Vista, Sac, Pocahontas, Cal houn, and Webster counties, but not enough to form an esti mate as to the loss. At Bayard and Fort Dodge it was in the form of wind and rain, having spent its fury. The number of casualties, so far as in formed, is thirteen killed, seven fatally and fifty severely wounded. The following damages are in addition to those already reported: Sioux City The brick paint works are in ruins; the packing bouse is damaged $7,000; the Plymouth mills stLemars damaged $10,000 and the pas works $5,000; four freight-oars are on their sides; the St Joseph German Catholic diurch is damaged $10,000; the ice $25,000 the Adams Skating rink $1,500; the Rich ards house roof gone and the rooms flooded; the opera house is unroofed, and needy every house is more or less damaged. The main loss of life and destruction seems to have been in Cherokee county, and the news is slow in coming ia oa account of the wire being down. Kew Election Law for IUiaola, Springfield, Ills., June ia By a vote ot 78 to 54 the election bill proposed by the citizens' committee of Chicago passed a final reading in the house Wednesday. Lineg&r waa the only Collector Carter, of the Seventh Indiana internal revenue district, has resigned. It is reported that President Andrew White of Cornell college is about to resign. The Delphos (Ohio) Paper company's mill was closed, Tuesday, by the sheriff. The liabilities are understood to be heavy. The "Free Navigation League of Canada' will be formed, the object being to relieve Dominion water routes of all taxation. At Pekin, IlL, Tuesday afternoon two elevators owned by C. R. Cummings and J. dill were burned. Loss, $11,000; insurance, ,000. Mrs. O. Dickermau, of Rockford, Ills, has become insane over the mind-cure treat ment, and imagines herself the mother of Christ Oen. Logan believes President Cleveland a man of great force ot character, and be lieves he is trying to give the oountry a good administration. Mr. Murray, the new superintendent of police of New York city, promises to break up gambling, Sunday liquor-sslllng, and street-walking In the mstropolla Miss Clara Isabella Lyon, daughter of Justice Lyon, of the Wisconsin supreme court, and Jay O. Hayes, a lawyer of Ash land, were married Tuesday at Madison. Brooklyn Is called the City of Churches, yet Bishop Little John says the city has only one church to every 2.624 Inhabitants, less than any other city in the United State Edward Nicholas, at one time a wealthy business man ot Chicago, and sentenced at Rockford some time ago to two year in Joliet prison, was pardoned Tuesday morn. ing by uoveroor Uglesby. The iron industry in Michigan is in a bad way. The strikes in the east have seriously affected the market, large mines and fur naces are closing down one after another, and toe outlook Is on tlie whole a dismal one. The annual meeting of the trustees of the Illinois Wosleyan university was held Tues day at Blooming ton. Favorable reports were read, it being shown that receipts the past year ware in excess of those ot the pre ceding year. Umpire John Valentine, whose resigna' tion was accepted Tuesday by the president ot the American Base Ball association. states that in several instances managers of clubs sought to influence him to render de cisions in their favor. Ex-Governor Cornell, of New York, be lieves that the blowing ot locomotive whis tles on the railways so much at night is the principal cause producing insomnia, and be wants the legislature of that state to pass a law againt needless Llowing of whistles at night In the assembly, Tuesday, at Concord, N. H., Henry W. Blair received ITS rote for United States senator, and Charles Bingham 117, 1 vote being oast for William El Chan dler. Mr. Blair was declared to be the choice of the assembly. In the senate Bing' bam received 7 votes and Blair 15. League tall games, Tuesday, resulted: Chicago 8, Detroit 6; Providence 4, New York 3; Buffalo 5, St. Louis 0. Clubs be hinging to the Anien. an association played the following games: At Baltimore Balti more 9, Louisville 2; nt Philadelphia Ath. lotic 14, Pittsburg 1; at Njw lork Cincin nati 5, MetroDolitan 4 (ten innings); at Brooklyn ot Louis 11, Brooklyn 4. It is stated that at the recent meeting of white lead manufacturers at Niagara Falls it was decided to form a subsidiary oil pool, which all the corroders must join, and that the penalties for cutting the card rates were made very heavy. This step was taken to evade certain "tricks ot the trade," as buyers of wtita lead generally purchased oil, and the dealers' "hading" of the price ot the latter amounted practically to a cut of the white lead card. That Uascally Idaho Postmaster. San Francisco, June 1& Postal In spector Ley bolt ot this city, has received a dispatch that Isaac N. Hibbs, ex-postmaster at Lewiston, l iaho, who issued money-or ders to himself for over $20,003. was ar rested Wednesday at Harris ton River, Brit ish Columbia, len thousand dollars were foand on his person. who assisted in the rites oi Dunai. ed against this infection. They can feel Mr. David Mayhew jumped from a perfectly secure if they keep Mishler'a wagon attached to a runaway team Friday Herb Bitten on band. It is invaluable last, and fractured his leg near the ankle, I for malaria, chills and fever, ague and all tut is doing well. complaints or a similar nature. Not for 8al, and Uncle Sam Won't Buy. New York, June 18. The Herald's Mad. rid correspondent telegraphs that the re ports of Spain having sent He nor Batanero to Washington to negotiate the sale of Cuba to the United States are utterly baseless. The correspondent reports the following re sults ot conversations with leading Spanish statesmen of all parties, Senor Elduayen, secretary of state, said: "No ministry would be permitted by the Hpanuh people to seU Cuba, under any circumstances. This gov ernment has neither official nor private knowledge of Senor Batanero, and has no agents in the United States except its legation. The deficits in Cuban rev. enues furnish no excuse for a sale. All Spaniards would gladly pay Cuba's debts if necessary to prevent a sale. It is not possible to express in too strong lan guage the impossibility of such a sale." Ex Prime Minister Sagasta said: "The mere suspicion ot negotiations for the sale of Cuba would probably cau-e a political revolution. Senor Moret leader of the advanced Liber ais, said: "Neither party could be induced to sell Cuba." Ine Heralds Washington special says: Your correspondent is able to say on the best authority that President Cleveland and the administration are entirely and abso lutely opposed to all acquisitions of terri tory, whether of Cuba or parts of Mexico, or else here. The presi dent feels very strongly and posi tively on this point He believes we have now as much territory and as large a mass of illiterate and incongruous material in our population as we can safely manage. He Is totally oppose ! to an aggrandising foreign policy, and believes that we have work enough to do at home in reforming our home administration. ' Mrs. Olive Hardinan, an old resident of Wallon county, and a lady of culture and prominence, ha? this to say of the treatment of csnrer with swift's Specific: Over Bflei n years mro s cancer mde Its appear ance on my fare. It was treated wllh plaster. and the core come out. 1 lie msce neaita up aner pome time, and seemmely my face was well. However ma few vears it relumed attain with more vinlenre than ever, ll eave me a ereai cieai oi pain. The former remedy seemed to do it no food. Knowing tne disease 10 run in ine lumiiv, avintr had one sister die with cancer. I became serimislv aiinrehelisive of mv condition. It tinned to increase In siie and virulence. 1 almost gave up all hope nf ever been cured The tihy sirians advised the nse of the knife and caustic. This was more than I could hear, and refused to have It operated upon in that way. All 0II11 remedies were used, but the cancer continued I frow worse. The pain was excruciating, aud my life was a nuruen. in inis exirenuiy, my son. nr. Hardman, recommended me to try swill s pe c itlc. It w as the last resort, but I was so preju diced against the nse of patent medicines, and esneclallv this one. that 1 hesitated some time. At last 1 pave my ronaeni. noi oeneving mere w as any virtue in it. The first bottle only increased the size of the sore and the discharge from it. and hence did not inspire me with anv hoi. On taking Ihe second bottle there were signs of ini provement, and my faith strengthened just in proportion. 1 used Ihe Specific as a wash in the treatment of mv cancer with remarkable success. I apnnged the sore with tne medicine diluted wim a little water. It softened the scab, cooled the face and relieved the ut hing sensation. The tpol on my face began to decrease, as well as the dis charge, and hope sprang up in my heart, l onld it lie. I asked myself, that I was at last In he re lieved of this disease! It has given me so manv dark hours in the past that the idea of being well aeain almost overpowered me. There was a con test between hope and fear for a long time. It was a lone nteht of weening, but toy came with the morning. There is nothing left to mark the place nut a small scar, and 1 reel mat it is impo Bible for ine to express my gratitude for this great deliverance. 11 is a wonnenui medicine. Mas. Olivb Uaudmsn, Monroe, ,a. Jan. 9. ItSi. Swift's Specific is entirely vegetable, and seems to enre cancers by forcing out the impurities from the blood. Pcrid for honk on Bhtod and Skin diseases. It is mailed free. Ths Swirr SPKt iric Co. Drawers. Atlanta, (ia. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE tH SL PAUL RAILWAY COMPANY. .I'K'Il.ilr. f 111, II. I , It owns and onerates neurit-! nnglily equipped road in Uiihui jvmnesoia aud iiabota. It is tlie Short Line Hiul Best l;.,ute 1 tween all principal points in u,(. xro west ami Far Wrst. For mtns. time tables rsi.o , freight, etc . apply to tbe of the Chicago, Milwaukee & m, cmi i; to any railroad agent antuln-rr .1. States or Canada. f I'S-sps a, i iCt I I. I. 1 R. H1LLEK, General Manager, J. P. TUCKER. Ass't ien'l Manager. MlI.WAURIl- I- V. il l ARi'KNTU:. (it-li Pass. 4 Tkl An 'E) H Hn.U'Ffillli. Ass'Hien. Pa-s, .4,-, Wis, 1. SMS. t-For notices in rft-n tne to M, siuiis, changes of lime, ami other itini- in connection it Ii the ( tin ai" Mi;vt.,,, Haul Railway, pliai-e refer 10 iU. I... , , this paper. 1 i m. llllDII:' 1)1 hhe It. O. and O. 11. Kew York, June 18. The Times says the Baltimore & Ohio has come to an agreement with the large foreign holders of Ohio & Uissiaaippi securities, and after the election of directors in October the latter road will not be controlled by the Baltimore & Ohio, A Sort of Fresh Water Dolphin. Washington Crrv, June 18. The board appointed by Secretary Whitney to exam ine the Dolphin, has made its report declar ing the ship bad, and as a dispatch boat an absurdity. ISbe did not make the required I fifteen knots, even on the alleged successful 1 trial trip on the sound, and she proved her I structural weakness even in smooth water. Mot one of the board believe her to be sea-1 worthy, and the.board ie of the opiuion that the government is not bound to accept her. 1ew 1 okk, June la. A United Press re porter called on John Roh, the ship builder, Wednesday, to ask him what he had to say in relation to the repert that Sec- cretary n hitney s examining board had I coudemne l t he Dolphin. Mr. Roach said be I had no official information to the effect that I the Dolphiu bad been condemned by Mr. VV hitney a board, and it would be unreason-1 able to expect him to reply to a comment on a report, "tlie oHicial existence of which 1 1 know not of. w hen I see the official report." continued Mr. Roach, "it will be time tbec perhaps to ask me what I have to say." washisotom ittv, June la. Secretary Whitney Las ordered that the dispatch steamer Dolphin be docked at Kew York I for tbe purpose of having her bottom ex-1 amined. Hough nn the Grancer Department. Washington City, June IS. First Comp troller Durham has disallowed the accounts ot ex-Commissioner of Agriculture Lorine. aggregating $J0,S,W for expenses incurred in the purchase of seeds, eta Dr. Loring and bis bondsmen will be held responsible for the amount The first comptroller also de cided that Prof. Riley cannot legally re ceive pay for his services as entomologist of the department of agriculture, and at the same tune as curator of iii-ects at the na tional museum. Minister Lothrop Off far ltussla. New York. June IS. Mr. O. V. N. Loth- rop, United States minister to Russia, ac companied by his wife and two daughters. sailed for hurope Wednesday morning on tbe steamer Ems, of the North German Lloyd line. A number of his friends came to see him off. The Grant Trophies at Washington. Washwotok Crrv, June I & Fifteen large boxes containing the relics presented to the government by Mrs. Grant, have been received at the war department. It has not yet been decided where the gifts will be finally placed. Sullivan "Climbed Down." Phixadelpaia, June IS. Slugger Sulli van tried to force bis way into the entrance of the American association Tuesday, and because the policeman would not allow him to get ahead ot his turn he told him he would "break him in two," and announced who he was. The officer drew his revolver. cocked it." walked up to the champion and told him to take bis choice of getting into line or being killed on the spot The bruiser willed ana walked in line as meuuy as any Father, Mother, and Three Bisters Dead. Mr. David ClavpooL formerly Sergeant' at-Arms of the Kew Jersey Senate, and now Notary Public at Cedarville, Cumberland Co., N. J., makes the following startling statement : My father, mother, and three sisters all died with consumption, and my luugswere so weak I raised blood. Nobody thought I could live. My work (ship 8iuithing)was very straining on me with my weak constitution, and I was rapidly going to the grave. Yliile in this condition I commenced using Mishler'a Herb Bitters, and it saved my life. Bemuse it was so difficult to get it in this little place, and I had improved so much, I stopped taking it for a time, and the result ia that 1 have commenced going rapidly down hill again. Somehow, Mishler'a Herb Bitters gives appetite and strengthens and builds me lip as nothing else does, and I must Lave a dozen bottles at once. Use 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 1 owe mv life to Mishlers Herb Bitters. The secret of the almost invariable relief and cure of consumption, dysentery, diar rlina, dyspepsia, indigestion, kidney and liver complaints, when Mishler'a Herb Bitters is used, is that it contains simple, harmless, and yet powerful ingredients, that act on the blood, kidnevg, and liver, and through them strengthens and invigor ates the whole system. Purely vegetable in its composition ; prepared by a regular physician; a standard medicinal prepara tion; endorsed by physicians and drug gists. These are four strong Jioints in favor of Mishler's Herb Bitters. Mishler's Herb Bitters issold by all druggists. Price $1.00 per large bottle. 6 bottles for $5.00. Aftk four drtmist far BtISHI.FB's Hfrb Brrmtfl. If be does not keep it. do not take anything elsa. but end a noxral csni tu MI8H1.F.H Hekb B1TTVH4 Co., aav iunimerca, oiiwui, ruuauaiiuju. TIT) an KA1LWAY. PnOKTEfT RfitTE T't Tilt EAST AND SOUTH Trsitif lesve Hoi k a,u,() 4. ui a. in. W ay r'riiclit. S.4T, " Faft Kxim"-s. 1.4 p. m. Mnil and Ktprrw 8.M1 " Through Freight anJ Aii .tijiii,.J:,.,i, Trains arrive at I!,h k Nlaml: 2 30 a. m. Through Freight ani Av,.ni;nr.,Ut;M. 12.45 p. m. Mail ami hxpii-i'H. ft. 10 ' Faft Kxj,rt'K. 4.UI " War Freight. The Fast KxrniKi. leavim; 1;, a l-ini,,! a' i . m. arrive at Peoria K'.Al p. in., at ;.r:i..' .1 l.'V p. m., at Ileratlir 4. imp. 111.. -In, ki,i utf u p. ni., Alton t.'-H l. III., M l.mii- VI:, ,. in . aU Terre Haute 11, r (1. tn., The nauk Oav. 1nk i,;' this the Hsst anil Urn KrT route to aiij..ii,'- oiillieat. The 1..10 p.m. Ir-iin nnkf d'p r, ,i.t,e' t n,t. 1' (lalva with t. H A ij. f,,r iiii!i Hi-t: artivit,!' . Qalep-hnrtr at i.'ifi n. 111.. at lliiiliiitttr,!, r, in i ni m tvt'okim n.i.i p. ni., and at oiiiiu-j imr, p m. Arriving at I'eona at ti :fcl p. ni . h.hk 1.1; i,,-- connection tt ith the 1. H. A V. nti T. f a V for lnriianHimli. cotiiitT tititf II,, n- will, n: u- train for the eat anil noutti. prVAsT T1.MB M'KK 10NN El T1"N. .. at a low a ty any other rout,- U.K. CAULS. A. N. !tH ! ' tlen'lSupt. l., 1 It! Ai' TheaSOn. m. Ateonirootliti,-!, !',-t-wty ''o except itnuay. The Line selected by the U.S. Ccv't to carry the Fast Mall. hi3" V Bncklen's Arnica Salve. The greatest medical wonder of the world Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, can- though tbe relations of tha two independent cers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chap organizations will be friendly. Tbo Old Liberty BelL Eaitimobb, June 18. The old liberty bell left Baltimore at 12:15 p. m. for Philadel- phi, with an escort of leading citizens from two lare cities, New Orleans anl Fniladelphia. The "reclaimer ofjllbeny" was visited from early tnorn.n.' nntil the timn of departure by ct' I' nl pet. pie. , ped hands, and all skin eruptions, guaran teed to cure in every instance, or money refunded. 25 cents per box For sale by Harts ir. Kabasen .'M41!lt Wil.LUX, I-' i4far Twenty itr. .'.. . :u . .J il iS --. '111 1 , r 1 . . ! s-.. rl , r, V.,- .art ..-Si 1 a Have used Tongaline extensively in neuralgia and rheumatism. Find it a safe, easy and efficient remedy. In all cases of neuralgia or rheumatic paint it seems to lie a specific. C. W. Prindle, M. D., Grand Rapids. Mien. BAGAM'S Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her fresh ness to it, who would rather not tell, and carit telL kMEBVOOS DEBILITY I DncaTaititd nnmamm lohMurediftMftM. hf. iflina the skilled bhv. FfciciRnft. remit from roatitful in.iincrwtlon, too frneindulfmnre. or overbrninwork. Avnid the imposition at nrrfeo ItiotM itfnediet for UteM troublrf. G(t our Fre Sctrruiar ana lrtmi rurk--VP, and leni importaii, (tuts btfore Ukuuitrfftt. mrnt rlfrvhre. Taku m. ISIiKF. KfMFI.YthatliAS tJtiUKU thotjMnd, tluci l iniiTfpre wuti uicn 1 ,m to liuiinm, or cauf pitimor iDcunvmtcncim Sutty aj. Fouiulrd on -cientitic nwdical prirtci-aplfi- Uy diretianplicMioa I to ine mctl 01 QilrlM II a -Dcriiie infliirncr i rlt urai fiincttomor tht hu. men o iron mm 19 rrftornL 1 1 tie n rmating rlcmentt -4 lite, whirh hav hwn I waeil rr Ri wn bark.aiid I I he (Miient hcenHMicbPtr lirrrnfrtn aau aexuat vutot HARRISREMEDY CO.. MFCCHEWSIl TT4T?PTSP A Radical Ours porT. NERVOUS DEBILITY. Orpnic Weakness, fPHYSICAE DECAY. InYoung; ft Middle Aged Men. TrSTf 0 FOR ovtn Six Years bv use in many Thousand Oases. TRIAL. PACKACC TSEAIMJSyT. One Month, - S3.O08 TwoMonUli. . cool SaWMMoaUU, 7.O01 SOOU N. fTanlh fif- H r TArnu -mxrk RUPTyREP PERSON8!Wof aTruaa. iiXSZ r:- rirtrmBof o,ir Aprlinnco. spl-9-dwly Th flnlw Th.m,0h I ,n i,tl, ITS Own tdC CHICAGO, PEORIA cr St. LOUIS AND DEreVtK Eitht by wiy ot Omah Psn'ic J'- Karuak CiTv It tfaveiiP ai 0' ir.fl ILLINOIS, IOWA, MiSSDUHi, NEBRASKA, KANSAS, luiui"-- With b-tnch Imci to then in-p.--rta-t H iun ,v it in tM ,' l ' ' quippvj through tfi'.i owi ,t own fl.as t- Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omana, Chicago and Council Biu"s Chioapo and St. JoePn; Chicago and Atchison, Chisago and Kansas City, Chicago ana topcKa, Chicago and St. Lows, Chicago and Dubuque. Chicago and Sioun City, Pnoria and Council Bluffs, Pooria and Kansas City, - Peoria and St. Louis, St. Louis and Omaha, St. Louis and St. P"1 St. Louis and Rock Island, St. Louis and Chicago, Kansas City and Denver, Kansas City and St. P- Kansas City and Omaha. Kansas City and Burling', Oir.ct Connection md i " "' J,jCai3 ' wiih Through Tf,n to '1 "-m brAchs. . w.'am t',rl rt At ch of in aOv.nl E '" " t i conn.cn in Grand Union D.oo'S '" ...js ld t.om all point! in th. Un.t.J St" 'nJ k l it th fWipit Lin. to , ultj.) San Francises, Portland and City f! FTick.tt R.t.a, G.n.r.1 "?'?,, " th. Buclmron Bout., c.ll o ""I Un.hHl SutM of Cind o. ddi" . . HENRY B. STONE, rWCEW WjSJ ,G.n-.M.h.icAG0 WATK1NS & HILL, Dealers In Dry and Green Wood. Will also attend to Hauling of all lnds Office at yards, corner of SSth street on Moline avenue. Telephone No 197; orders may be eft at either ulace : oct.i8-dtr C. P. SWANSOU, Contractor and Builder, No. 2121 4th Ave.,' Residency, No. ISM Seventh Avenue, ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS. NEW BAKERY! -iND " Confectionery . No. 1109 Tbird Ave., ,etor. WM. 1W -Bread deUvered to any of ' ' au(T-dly . ' imnan n !!!;, bt gin SMIi July, ltoo, and end "i - J u l proved of signal . ?l "?.lit 0t mLit K to pur-ue their atudr8.ttl'w scnooi ; mi. to i"" " ' ' ri', have w M;irtf ly; and ad. to Pm6n nVion. 1 MiKoa, Prof. Com. and Stat.