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Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! Tu tent Cast and Wrought Iron Fence! ( 'lien pest Fence in the World fi r Residence or Cemetery Lots. Matlo any Height Desired. rvAll kin.lK f.f IRON And MACHINK wor tmr iirnmptly ami satisfaction guaranteed. Write for prices. DOWNING BROS.. Rook Island, III. 4' THE NEWS tN BRIEF, hnm 11 . 7 "i""! toreacu Bit noma at Mansfield, Ohio, June 2i ,tiZrZ- modeled hi" rtato of "Liberty Jromaa" m0tiiW' Wh tifui Prod Lewi, the left u. e r teapue nine, was expelled Friday for in- ltbe Gippewa Losginp; company. In Philadelphia the other day Martha W ashingtoD secured a divora from her bus band Oeorge W ashington. The Dnport (Iowa) woolen mill, wore lamped 15 OdO by fir, Fri(la, nmrn)ngi rend wn 100 operatives idle l be Lutheran synod of the United States boRn its sessions pridljy Rockford, Ills., 400 dele-gates being in attendance. LeaiSii ball games Friday resnitad; rhi. go , Buffalo 8; New York 8. Phll.d.l,!. QU ' ..-.... . Hinw, rrovwenre 5; 8t Louis 8, Da- . "idly THE KOLINE SAVINGS BANK ti'tmrti'iwrt by tbe Legislature of Illinois.) MOLINE - ' - ILLINOIS opi'ii ilaily from V A. M. to S P. M..and on Toes l&t mid Saturday Evenings from 1 to K o'c'ork. Is'.crea allowad an Oepotltt, at the rata o t par Cant, par Annum. Opposite received in amounts oi $1 and Cp wards. S8CUR1TY AND ADVANTAGES. The private proiierty of the Trustees is resiton fitik to the depositors. The oucerere prohibited frum borrowing any of Its moneys. Minors and married womei. protected by special law. omr-ias: S. W. WBiiiiim, l'res'aent;.loui. Hiiiik, Vice President ; C. P. Heuixw.t. Cashier Tmwnn:-8 W.Wbclock, Porter Skinner C W.Loltdcll. Nelson Cheater. B W.Caudee. C T Mrautg, A. 9. Wright, c. K. llcmnway, John (ititMi, ,i. m. chrity c. u. Mtonciarn. MTThe only chartered KsvIiiks Bank In Rock alanfl llouiitv. .tiif-awy Gen. fchoridan has invented a new dish, Bomp,.sed ot young pig's toil fried iu oil, seasoned with cayenne pepper, and trimmed with grated celery. The four-oared race for the G. W. Childs rap, between crews of Cornell and the Uni versity of Pennsylvania, wag won Friday afternoon by the Cornell. The special trot Friday between Harry Wilkes and Trinket, for a purse of 11,000, at Providence, was won in straight heats bv Wilkes in 2:21, 3:1BX, 2:21. Sonator Sabm is lying dangerously ill at Stillwater, Minn., of typhilitis, and his phy .Iciam Informed Mrs. Habin Friday that there were little hopes of the senator's re covery. Secretary A. H. Smith, of the Victoria Flouring company, of St Louis, writes that he ha received information that in certain sections of Kansas they are cutting the wheat for feed. At Plymouth, Fa., there are now2 rases of fever; at Sugar Notch and Warrior Run a total of twenty-four cases is reported. Many of the cases at Plymouth are in dan gerous condition. Wharfage dues on grain at Montreal have been reduivd from 7 to S cents per ton, ana grain-carriers between Kingston and Montreal will cut rates to 2V cents for corn and i'Ji, cents for wheat per bushel. Thr.'e months ago a man was killed at the point where Old Mexico, New Mexico, and Texas join. His body being in three states three coroners quarreled over the matter, and the skeleton, still lies there as.a monu ment to the international boundary line. Possibly it will afford some consolation to those who are displeased at having- the Brooklyn bridge opened on the queen's birth day to know that the prince of Wales has chosen July 4 as the date for opening the Albany memorial and other buildings of the Alliany hospital. Miss Annie Sylvester was accidentally carried past her destination Thursday by a Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul conductor, and engaged in an altercation with him at W hltewater, Wis., as she desired to be car ried tree to Milwaukee. He attempted to put her oft the train at Whitewater, but she resisted and drew a salf-cocking revolver. This was wrenched from her grasp, how ever, and she was landed on the platform. The divorce case between Or. Walter Remittor and his wife at Oshkoah, Wis., was amicably arranged Friday, the doctor withdrawing the allegations against bis wife, and the latter securing the divorce on the simple gronnd of desertion. The doctor binds himself to pay (1,000 a year to Mrs. Kemptr while site remains unmarried, with 100 additional for the support of the only surviving daughter, who has been ooni mitted to her mother's care. Tha Lumber Interest. - The log drive of the west fork of the Chippewa was got out in good shape last Thursday, and according to careful esti. mates contain about.eighty million feet in all, and nearly allot which is owned by OVer the present large current, twelve days will be required to get the drive into Lits tie Falls dum, and then the logs will be available to the mills at any time. A clean sweep of logs has also been made on the east fork of the Chippewa. Sec retary Bufflngton, of the Dells Improve ment company, reports the estimated amount of logs back on the main Chip pewa and tributaries at 500,000,000 feet, and the amount of logs iu the Dells dam ready to be assorted and turned out at 150,000,000. The average amount turned out every twenty-four hours is 10.000, 000 feet, the greater portion belonging to mills along the Mississippi from Winona to Muscatine, Rock Island, Burlington and Hannibal, Mo. The shipments by rail from all of the yards will exceed 100 car loads per week, nearly one half of which is gent by the Eau Claire Lumber company, principally consigned to various points in Kansas, Western Min nesota and Nebraska. Seventeen Year Locust. I he commissioner of agriculture bas issued a bulletin prepared by Professor C. V. Riley, the entomologist of the de partment, upon the "Periodical Cicada." In his letter of transmittal Professor Ri ley says: "On accouut of the concurrence the present year of two extensive broods of the periodical cicada, the one a sevens I teen year, the other a thirteen year brood, l the inquiries in reference to this insect will be exceptionally numerous, and have, in fact, already betrun to reach the de partment. With tho view of meeting the demand for information upon the subject and with the further view of soliciting data that will enable me to more com pletely map out the geographical limits of these two broods, I have prepared this bulletin." The bulletin, which is a pamphlet of nearly fifty pages, is now ready for distribution. In Illinois the counties visited by the insect are Jackson, Union and Macoupin. The existence of this brood has been verified in past years in part of Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkausas, but the locali ties in Kansas, Georgia and perhaps Louisiana require other confirmation this year. New Advertisements. TO PHYSICIANS. We Invite yoorau-ntlon to onr new. clean and convenient application of the principle of cOUfl" lenrratation as snown oy oar MEDICATED BODY BANDS. Highly endorsed by nrnminent Members of the profession, for the CURB of Dtspsfsia. Rstu- atikm. fAiirroL and Difficult Mbnstction, Pleijrist, Pints in the Sinn, B.tta, Bowel sad Kidniys. Excellent for Ch.l.M in all farm. warming the bowels and checking discharges. Supplied to yon or your patients through Drng "tores, or by mail on receipt of fl. Send for circulars and testimonials from physicians and patients. Agents wasted. NEW ToRK HEALTH AtiENCY,2tf6 Broadway, N. Y. 1885 i't Rose Leaf, Fine Cut Navy Clippings ancsntms rWESl vt.Sk Mrv W ,rl Br al l an? 3 ft Mi. WANTDD - Ladies and Gentlemen to take nice light, pleaarnt work, at their own homes. Work sent hy mail any distance all the year ronnd &2 to $fi a day can be quietly made ; uo canvass ing. Address Kelubli M r Co., Phil., Pa. Box ISM. By addressing GEO. P. ROWELL & CO. 10 Spruce St., New York, can learn the exact cost of any proposed line of adver tising in American Newspapers. C100 page pamphlet, 10c. I -to- lasi.hU.had FREE TRIAL! IMPOTENT MEN! Whether Young or Old having Impaired their Procreative Powers By the tndiwretions of Yonth or excesses of ma turer years may be qnickly restored to PERFECT MANHOOD AND Sexual Power By the use of NEEVITA! Thousands of cases of Nervous Debility, mental and physical weakness, lost manhood, nervous prostration, results ot Indiscretions, excesses of any cause, cured hy Mervita- remedy ever offered to the afflicted has met with such unprece dented success. It has no equsl for curing all forms of Nsarocs, Wasti, Exhaustion, Dsbil TrorDscAT. lift beneficial effects are immedi ately perceptible , in a few weeks after commenc ing its use a feeling of renewed vigor snd strength is apparent. It effectsa prompt and radical cure, and is the only safe and effectual remedy known for curing all forms of Nbhvous Dxbiliti" from snycause. Its effects are permanent; no matter how aggravated your case, how many remedies you have tried, or bow many doctors have failed. When thediBease has baffled the fekill of the ablest Ehysiclans, when melancholy and despair have ta en the place of hope, and the world looks blank dreary, Nervlta will inspire new life and per manently cure body and mind. 14.727 cases cured by its use in 1884. Strong faith that it will cure every raseprompts me to send a trial package on receipt of 10 cents for postage, etc. Name this paper. Br. a. o. ULIH, mar-7-dwlr Box 242. Cbicauo . ILL. uaTfiiprt Ladder Go IrhrwaleAMemsM DteraeM, t Vitkk. auare Cans. IHTA 18MI J""""" ar ZZ ny-Sead twestanipsforCclrbrsted Medical Wartrs, Address, F. . CURKE, Id, l.,itS6 South Clark Street, Chicago, 111. dec-R-dly H. C. CONNELLY, ATTORNEY AND OOTJNSKtLOR AT LAW. Rork Island. Ills. Office in Post Office Build ing, over Mitchell & Lnde's Bank, Rooms No S and 10. nov-9i-dwl.v w i-: TuK.vr KENSINGTON MEDICAL AMU Surirbl iDfirnwry. 4C1 snd 463 Bioadtvuy, JIlLWAl'KEE, Wis. HE most extensive In the I'nlted States. Dr. Kinsinuton, rres't. ALL CHROMA DISEASKS ami tnsKAses or its ami lab. WE CURE CATARRH Atul Diseases of the Throat and Lnngs. Wf in mi diseases of women with wonderful snc L'l..-tn A ii.. . U.tl.. WK I'oMTIYF.LY (TliR seminal weakness .tul ili-i'iiiti-s nf a private nature; p.Tftirm the itim.i ililticuli -iir'ieai operations and correct lie- luniiiiit -. Wf iirotl nee in our extensive lanra OXYGEH, Hie "n :ii ri-nii iiv fur thrnat. lung and nervous af- ffi'iiiii- Nfiitt tic in -tamos for our 1LI.I!STRA Swindler Arrested. Chic aoo, June 22. L. O. Pratt, agent for The United States Treasury Counterfeit Detector, a monthly publication, i locksd up at the central on the charge of swin dling Miss Puiuiie Trowbride, of Mil waukee, out of $1,000. Last August be boarded in the sam? bouse with Miss Trowbridga, who is old and a cripple. He persuaded her that he could get l'JJsi per dent, for her money in Chicag She sold her little farm, worth $1,000, and he gave her a note gne 1 I y Martin (i. Ft x and in dorsod by himself, bearing 12X Pr cent interest lis wasen-rout for New York with bis wife when captured. County Building. TKAN9FKKS. 17 Althea J. Wells to Wm. H.Lunilv. lot 3, block 1, lower addition to Rock IsN aud, $1,500, and Win. II. Lnndy to Mi chael O'Brien, same, $1,650. Hannah Mceban, et si., by Master to Wm. K. White. lot 4, block 16, ,nilan. $545.60, and Wm. K. White and C. M. Meese to James J. Parks, same, $1. C. M Meese, Wm. A. Messe.and John Hnllaud to Andrew Holland, pt out lot 8, 3a, 18. lw, assessors plat 1861. $1.2(K). 18 C. M. Rice to Wm. G. Marshall, pt set nej 4, 2U, ae, 4oU. Julius Slaack to M. O. Miles, pt lot 3, block 2, Hilt's addition, Moline, $1,000. LICENSED TO WED. 19 Emil Newquist, Miss Anna Ander son, Moline. 20 Francis M. McCullough, Miss Phoebe Conners, Rapids Citv. Horace Marshall, Miss Sadie O. Mar shall, Cordova. E. W. HURST, TTORNKY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office in masonic Temple block, over Rock is land national liank. Hock island. 111. sept-'JU dill M. M. CORBETT, TTORNEY AT LAW, Solieitiir inClianeery and Notary Public, Abstracts, Loans and collec tions. Office, Bnford's Block, 3d avenue, ovei Baker's Jewelry store. nov-90-dly TKhMKIIIi . FklKNIl. .ml IINAL v. !.-". l;im.'!; I: : t i t I'irnl I'ri.r) .s s niM'i'K.N . . t. tli'rTl'IMlUH. and INVALID'S mar lH ilwly f ,1- u i:ti L.-til.!l:-ll. , Bread Eiscurrs THAT Dyspeptics can eat. AKD V h .tl.BFI.KIMf'H'M HONS. I I 'J". NKVV YORK. For sale ly all Leading Grocers. UAYUS. II. c. CLEAVKLAN ErtTABLIsnSI) 188. Hayes &. Cleaveland, ; J GEN ERAl Insurance Agents ire, Ufa & Accident Insurance. oKPH 'E Hrnhston Blocb. E0C2 ISLAND. ILL. " " Promptly Adjiistvd aud Psida this Agency. Mistaken for a Nihilist. l 'or. PhiladnlDhia Times. In the corridor of the Continental the other night I met a man from Washington who for the last ten years has been hob-nobbing with empes.irs and their ministers of war. John W. Davis an old soldier of the Mary land line on the Union side during the war. patrolled his beat as a Metropolitan polio man in the national capital for twelve years. During that time he did a heap of Ihinkin j. The evolution of his mind brought to him portable field lookout, which be took to Eu rope, a country of wars, and bad it patented. His tirst venture was at Fans, in the great exposition. The French adopted it and paid him big money for it. Then he pushed on to Berlin, Vienna and St Petersburg and was successful with the governments of Ger many, Austria and Russia in introducing it I was standing, said he, "on the main street in St Petersburg the night the palace M blown up by Nihilists. Down the ave nue came a rushing crowd of Cossack cav alry, followed with foot soldiers, two of the soldiers in passing took bold of me and hurriedly carried myself and others around me to the nearest guardhouse. As quick as an indignant American could do so, I told them who I was, what country I came from and my business in St Petersburg, showing them indubitable proofs of my statement and an introductory (letter to the Kiisninn minister of war, which I happened to have in my pocket It was a time of great ex- itenient. but I was released instantly with nrofuse anoloiries for my detention, and 1 walked back to my hotel with an oscort" The Acme Ledger HILL HOLDER. A auiit Still iivt-itiin, i"r ktifpini; Hinnll and transient ac- inii'si ami h..-i ; a necessity to every unexcelled for strength, beauty '"""1 tilt' .... .1.... 1 . .... HM-nf ti Mi.Htr- w ucriyci inii me "ii" LcimtT are 1 ... .. i Hie small aroiiintn are liv themselves III thre. .Jr.1'1' !1!Kl miiilcoiitin hill form, with one to -nun. the i.?!".'1"11''1'1' the book may be carried in ii i-.... i . Ir "" '"'I 's paid it is torn out: if not "'J "r the next time. W s rt'Stlv to he rneeiitled TV. i . a... ', '""''r is nut limited to any special busl hwiiej " d l advantage iu any retail w ... . I"c:ii,., ! '"'" miin who is on the lookont for '"'liin, ' '., ."""'-saving inventions caunot af- Discoveries in Florida. IScientiflc Exchange Some interesting discoveries have been made in Florida bv Professor .Lawrence Johnson of the United States geologial sur vey. Just south of tbe Alachua county line be found several specimens and skeletons of animals which relati vely belong to a not tur distant period. In piles, and sometime! mixed, there were the remains of a masto don ! two or three specimens of the xhinoceros: a large stag: a camel, fully large as the Arabian camel, but in sxruciure more allied to the llama; also a tapir very much like tbe South American tapir, which lives in swamnv places; two teeth of some carnivorous animal allied to the tiger and panther; one set of teeth and bones of a hip- nonotamus: several crocoaues or auitgauira, and innumerable other bones not identified. Apparently the territory south of Alachua was atone time a large iresn-water lane. a III 1 I 1,1 r'ji 1I1B" "I"'' BUT" iK'ri.i Htfllfv "us without a trial, which involves II - Tlirtll-l.ll Hh .It. ..a ariirtr. file (.ureses ol hill heads or state- lur tin' iy Rigbts for Sale. I iin,'N Ell Perkins In Itiohmond. Pittsbourg Dispatch. Further on we came to a very large build- Incr and a very ancient budding. 7 . . . in r i a "I tlint a totiacco iacH-y, vooi i tlie driver. N.i aah. dat's a nieetm' bouse, sab; dat's whar Patrick Henry made his great speech, lab." "What did Patrick sayr I asked "Why he doue say, "'Gib me liberty or giv me deth.' " - "Well, which d ul they give rumr "Day guv him bof, aah, bof." Khyraster aad Peat. (Buffalo Express! Walt Whitman detiues a poet as "a per- n nnoMiin. an eccentricity in verbal "'' Mill, ,ii,l:""".,,tlJr ! . e"' -Jdo Then ,is the eccentric Cu'tr, ''''''' P:;,di reinests for rtymes harr-dyes with burglar! quite a. o"i ue auuressea to 3. W POTTER. Abiuib Orrica. Rock Island. 111. lluv,,Tr I M, Looslet, J. K. Loosi.r. fi .. Kuiwil&LoosleyBros. . GENERAL Insurance Agents. fte old :.. "re and Time-Tried companies Re t , presented PROMPTLY PAID. Reliable Company -0a ,"f "fonaee is Solicited. TO la Arena Hiek can aSoid respectable ns any gentleman in tha poetry line. The number of aas-ligbted buoys on ocean mwrta the world over is rmDWiy on w in crease. Am AmerleaB Fable. Detroit Free Prees.l A Carter whose vehicle was stuck in tba iuud plied the lash over his mule in the most rigorou. manner, ana r inany canea out;; "Alas! that 1 snoum oe we owner ot , Cheap Beast" "But you must Remember," replied tha mule, "that my Fodder consists of toe very Poorest Quality, Mo.! Cheap bands turn oat cneap wont. Over 125,000 paupers aid in Paris annually, List of Patents. The following patents were granted to citizens of Illinois, beaing date June 16, 1885. Reported expressly for this paper by Louis Bagger and Co., mechanical ex perts and solicitors of patents, Washing' ton, D. C. Reresten. Joseph. Rockford : towel rack . II n "bell. T P. Mt Vernon; nose guard for spec- uiries iwan. Henry, snd L Streator, tile ditching hose Lange, Christian, Harlem ; bottle stopper. Lelseh. W P. Carbon Cliff: isrtato diia'er. McDowell. Richard. Lambertville; check valve for steam boilers. Odelt, L J, Fairbnrgicoru planter. Orchard. Henry. Peoria: hay stackerJ Miller, 8 J, Atiilersville ; portable, stacking frame. Short Horns. Aledo Democrat: Benjamin Wbitsitt of Preemption, bought live shorthorn hewers at the public sale of Wm. Cum mins, at Buda, on tbe 11 lb, for which be paid sums aggregating $810. The Whit sitts were the only gentlemen present from Mercer county. R. U. Whilsilt, proprietor of Green Lawn herd of short horn cattle, attended the sale of Wm. uunimius, at liuoa, on the 11 Hi, and for the round sum of $300 purchased the yearling .bull Rosamond Earl Richmond as a leader for his herd The animal is a beauty, and arrived the first of the week. His sire is Earl of Richmond; dam, 2d Rosamond D. of Mt Zion, Tbe family of tho yearling now in Mr. Whitsitl's possession is of different blood than ever Mowed in the veins of an animal of tbe Green Lawn herd. Mr. Whitsitt is exceedingly well pleased over this recent purchase, and indeed he has everv reason to be. I have civen Tongaline a fair trial in facial neuralgia, and, to use my patient': own expressions "it is the medicine for that disease. It bas done mm more good in one week than all drugs taken before wilhin three Years. J., P. Rink el M. !., Brighton, Ills. A Wonderful Discovery. Consumptives and all, who suffer from anv affection of tbe Throat and Lungs, can fiud a certain cure in Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Thousands of uermanent cures 'verify the truth of this statement. No medicine can show such a record of wonderful cures. Thous ands of once hopeless sufferers now uralefullv proclaim they owe their lives to this New Discovery. It will cost you nothinir to Eive it a trial, i ree Irial Hot' ties at Hartz & Bahnseu's Drug Store Large size, $1.00. President Cleveland is. said to have an exquisite tenor voice. A CARS. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness. earl? decay, Joss of manhood, c. I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered bj a missionary in Boutb America, fnd a self addressed envelope to tbe Key. Joseph T. Ink an, Station V, New York City.. Or. E. F. FISH, - - 92 Wisconsin St., MILWAUKEE,- -: WISCONSIN". SPECIAL ATTENTION ' I Given to Throat arm Lung Complaints. Dlsesi lieculiarlo women. rin.i wi. both Hexes: all okin Disorders. TTours to 10 A. M.. 2 to 3 f. M., an 7 in 8 30 P. M. receive public I correspondents please enclose stamp. mar-lS-dwly such PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WILLIAM JACKSON, TTOTtNEY AT LAW. Office In Rock Ialand National Hank Building, Rock Island, 111. J. M. BEARDSLEY. TTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken . worthy, 1735 Second avenue. au-l-ilw6m C. B. BWKKNIT . O. L. WALKER. SWEENEY & WALKER, TTORNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Office In Bengslon's block. Rock Island, ill. ang-l-dwy I I IkUaJS U (B It,. p- j -a tti J a ; lira I B Hit qlSpwefl Ladders flrWIO ALL KINDS OF ADDERS IN STOCK Or Made to Order. 3 Painters. Mechan p ics and Farmers ears for our GUIDO BECK, ROHTTECT. Second Avenne. ovr Peojlei national u&nii, nocK Inland, Illinois. jov-21r-dly BUSINESS DIRECTORY. flUNSMlTHS. I M'olff, Chas , ill Seventeenth street IARNESS MANCFACTI RKRS. Sanermaa, John, 219 seventeenth street JARDWARE. Stewart a, Montgomery, .300 second avenue. JJ ERCHANT TAILORS. Wendt H. 1502 second avenue. TEWSPAPERS. The Rock Island Daily Arhds; published every renins, (Sunday excepted) in Areua block, op hite Postotfice. Best advertising medium in tbe ty- The Rock Island Wkeklt Aaecs: published every Friday. A line job department in connec tion with Uie esiaDlisfcment. n ESTAURANT3 AND CONFECTIONERS. .1 Krell. Fred.. 1C19 second avenue. tJAUHlNS. I Westphal, John, 181- second avenue. FOR THE JnJ CURE OF NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM and NERVOUS HEADACHE TONGA Is a product of tbe Tonga or Friendly isianas, wnere It nas long Deen usca as a vai- wlth cur- f Am conrmrM. after ttsrtins it, that ToveaiJQTB in Klieumfitic Neurabtia, and alwim MnaeturRhsa-nutisu.-WAJLTUt Colbs, IL D., 8t Lwua, Mo. Hsve tested Touoaluve in several eases of New. rauria. It has siren me perffM satjsfaotion. O. B. OSTBUIDH, M. D., Fairoorr. DL Jnve used ToltQAXINie in NmndBia and Inflam maturr Rueaautism, with the vm iswt rsanlu. i 4. n. raos. m. a... v lounua, iu. FOR BU.K st ii.t. nmnuisT!) pntnc okw noT.T.AR prr RfrTTLB. A. A.MELLIER, Proprietor. 70t and 711 WASUINUTON AVENUE. ST. LOUIB. liable remedy bv the natives. Csa1ayo Is a compound of Tonpa JVVkww(, oujg, inCTedients whose stive properties have been th.inmi.'hly tesu-d. tvVrVCv0 ta taken bitemally, and pro 4iVVVtvv.vt duces no unpleasant eutsrts. It contains no opium or morpmne u No. rf HE- ATLANTIC !" BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, 1812 Second Avenue, Rock Island. All kinds of Sandwiches served tTPilsener. Kulmbsrher and the finest domestic Beer on draught. at any hour. Telephone ira. aug-x-uiy lunn ntsirnaki Kroprietor. JOHN SCHAFER, -DEALER IN- Wines, Liquors, Beer and cigars, No. 1316 Third Avenue. Rock Island, Ills. This place has been refitted and refutnishtd and is now one of tne best Saloons In the city. f"Lunch every morning. June-ll-dly MEDILL & WHITEHEAD, Real Estate, Loans, Collections, nsrsTJiyvisroE. Agents for the IT. S. Bnilding Association, Capital t-JliO.OIHI.Oil, We will buy you a lot, sny location build a house to suit you, deed it to you, and give eitrltt years' time to pay for tbe property. Smal monthly payments buys tou vocr own home. &"OHlce In Mitchell A Lvnde's block. mar-9dly which are made of the Best Spruce Plank. SEND FOR PRICE LIST. Special Attention given to Furnish ing Corporations Ladders for Firo Purooses'. Cor.ith&LeClaire Streets, DAVENPORT, IOWA. TAYLOE HOUSE, Cor. Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth street, PHILLIP TUENKENScnniL . ROCK ISLAND. tyThis House has been thoroughly rcoovated snd re-furnished throughout snd is now open to the public. Boarders at reasonable rales, farmers will liud this Hotel a nice stopping place. ap-6d3m Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of Two Venditioni Exironas's and Fee Bill No. toa9 and 581, irtsiied mit of the clerk's office of the circuit court of Rock It-land counlv. and HUte of Illinois, and to me directed, wherehy 1 am commanded to make the amount of a certain ItKitnnent recentlv obtained airaiust Auffiti-t Lie fild in favor of Peter Stelk, out of the lands, ten- euientp, jrooas and chattels of the said at fenilant, AugntK Liefeld, I have levied upon the following uroperty. to-wit: Tne eaet eighty 80 feet of the north eighty 801 feet of tot one flf. brock fonr 4, old town of Rock Island, lWk 1m land county aud ttate of Illinois. Therefore, according to said command. I shall ex.Hfe for a)e. at public auction, all the ritrht. title and interest of the above named August Ltietcid in ana to the atove described property, on Tuesday the 3rd day of June, at t oVlock p. m., at the north door of the court honKe in the city of Rock Inland, in the oounry of Rock IpI and and state of Illinois, for oasa in hand, lo sat isfy said execution and fee bill.. Dated at Rock Inland, tbif nd day of June, A. D.,1885. J. M. RKTICKER. Sheriff of Rock Island County, Illinois. 2dtd. NEW GOODS! REDUCED PRICES, TT HOI nr TEA ANP gCoFFEE Store. KOO I Our line of 60 cent Teas cannot be equaled in the three cities. Good Teas, including Gun powder, Yonnit Hyson, Oolong and Japans, 40 cents. Fresh Roasted Coffees. Choice Mocha Stl cents per pound. O. U. Juva.estr quality, just received, XOc. ' Snd ... use. Mixed Java and Ol'd Rio, - - - Stic. Choice til'd Rio. 6 pounds for $1,IVI. Other Grades, . and 6 pounds for f 1,C0. We Roast our own Coffees. tyPatroniie thn old Hone Kong, 1644 Second Aveuue, opposite Rock Island HoiiBe. J. L. FREEMAN, Manager. mar-19-d3in Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of a Special Execution and Fee Bill io. Liwa, issued out or tne clerk's onice or the t'tr cuit Conrt of Rock Island county, and state of Illi nois, and to me directed, whereby I am command ed to make the amount of a certain judgment re cently obtained against Bernkard M. Thordenbnig in favorof John W. Orahain. out of the lands, ten ements, poods and chattels of the said defendant, Bern hard M. Tbordenburg, I have levied upon the following: rronerty, to-wit: Lot one 11 j in blork tbree jsj oi water dioces in that part of the city of Rock Island known as the Chkrteo or Lower addition. Therefore, accordinc to said command. I shall expose for sale, at public auction, alt the right, title and interest ot the above named Bern hard M. Thordenhnrpr, in and to the above described property, on Monday the 22nd day of .Tune, at St o'clock p. m., at the north door of the court honse in the city of Rock Island, in the county of Kock Island ana state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to eat i ff y said execution and fee bill. Dated at Kock Island, this 1st day of June, A. D., 1885. JOHN M. RETICKKR, Sheriff of fiockUland County. jnn-l-dtd CALL At GIVEN & BELL'S NewlfSampleilRoom, M arket Square ISTThe best of Wines, Liqnors. Beer and Clears aiaays on hand. aug-id-dly HENRY STRUVE'S SAMPLE ROOM, In the room formerly occupied as a XT . . - TwpntlVth trAAf Confectioneryhy Frank Math. 0-3' 5 A eniiein Oireet. y The best of Beer, Wines, Lienors and cigars constantlv on hand. apl-'JO-dly DR 1TOSG-A.TE, 309 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa, 20 years practice, makes all private diseases a special t3r, such as SypJiilis, Oonorrhasa, GQeet, Stricture, Impotency, Spermatorrhoea, all urinary troubles and mercurial affections of the throat, skin and bones. Cancers, Tumors, Piles, Catarrh and all chronic diseases treat ed successfully. Consultation and correspondence free. fAll letters yiromptly answered mar-18-dly THE MOLINE WAGON. The Moline Wagon Comp'y MOrjIMEIUIjIKrOIS COOK'S f" SSI l"t,1Ull'SJyT- , f"M J3 . v-" V?ii. j ff.l. Nickerson 1805 Second Avenue. . Is well stocked with a full line of goods for Gentlemen's Wear, comprising all the Novelties of the Season, AJTD AS LOW . As tliey-can possibly be bought. , ca E o r - Lv -Mv j fi l. ' j. cwl . i .. .. t u...u f.-ii' '''a'U CD f i r CD J CO o X Ou the ton of the box an inclined eover which preveitts Uie rata from entering; attached to the covers, on top and bottom, are springs which keep them alwavs closed. When the t cover closes it strikes a hell to let yon know that your paper nas come. It is the Driest invention or. the age. The A ru is Uie atrent iu the cit v for these box- e. They are supplied to the Abo us subscribers at a very low price. Dr. WILLIAMS. 189 WrecossiH Street, MILWAUKEE. : WISCONSIN. Nervpus, Chronio ana i-emaie uisea SPECIALTY. SeS. ur. Williams ib a resrutar puysiciaa, wen aud favorably kuowo here Ut 15 years, and rec ommended by leadiug citizens as TBI bust In his specialty. - . . ' Young and Middle-Aged Men should -consult him or read his "Hone Tusat- sst" (sent free to any address) before apply inR to others. Open evenings. nu-lMwSa FREE! RELUBLE SELF CURE favorite prescri jitoa of one of the -most noted and successful fecialists in the if. & (now mired! for th cure of Nervowe cllllty JLm Mat, Weake and Jftcr. bent in plain sealed envelope Free. . druggists can nil it Address DR. WARD & CO.. Louisiana, Mob nor-ideodwly AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LITNDY, AUCTIONEiR WILL Attend Salen IK I1TBIK CITY OH COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or Receive Consignments and make proaipt returns. tflhna Ava SOCK iSlAVD ILL. anelrttr , . . D l ir Hi H Buicines HEIM BECK'S DRUG STORE, Corner oi Third Avei.ne and Tenth street, Kock Island. tJT" Prescriptions carefully Compounded by reg- "eree rnanaacists. wiy-vs-aiy G. W TOMUNSON, ' Surgeon, AKD AUCTIONEER. Will attend to all calls for my services. t Best of reierences given. ADDBcaa, . ORION, ILLS. . tept-4tf Manufacturers of Farm, Spring and Freight Wagons. A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially adapted to tne western iraae. ci superior workmanship ana Dniso. fllnstrated Price List free on application. See the Moline Wagon before purchasing others. mar-15-dwly WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOCRAPHV OF THI8 COUNTRY, WILL o. p' .AHwiaiavj i ma mr, that THE Xorthrnor5t Albert Lea Vp " "1 11, rJA' i,rmoffaWai?inl!i 6 e&Tfc, f JllVV CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY ey reason or its central position ana clone relation to all principal Urnea East and west, at Initial and terminal points, constitutes the most Important mld-contt-nental link in that eyRtem or through transportation which invites and facia ls also tbe favorite and best route to and from points Bast, Northeaat and Boutbeast, and corresponding pointa W est, Northwest and Southwest. The Rock Island system Includes in its main line and branches. Chloaao. Joliet, Ottawa, La Salle, Peoria, Oeneaeo, Moline and Rock Island, In nilnok: Davenport, Muscatine, Washington, Fairfield, Ottumwa, Oekaloosa, West Liberty, Iowa City, Doa Koines. Indianola, Winterset, Atlantic. Knoxvtlla. Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Centre and Council Biutfs. In Iowa; oTlhMl Trenton, Camoron and Kansas City, In Missouri; Leavenworth and Atchison! in Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and 8t Paul, in Minnesota; Watertown in Dakota, and hundreds of mtermediate cities, towns, villages and stations. THE CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE ' H"""158 it,PtrPns tllat nse f personal eocurlty afforded by a solid. iH3J,bi?.1?tfd i?ad"b?di?oottt ,rHcl" of continuous steel rail; su stantlally "built culverts and bridsree; rollingr stock as near psrtectkm as human ekiu can make It; the safety appliances of patent buffers; platforms and air-brakes: and that exacting' discipUno which governs the DractkS operation of all Its trains.. Other speciAlties of this route are TranHferiat all TOrmecimg points in Onion Depots, and tbe Unsurpassed oomforbsanrl luxuries of its PaasenBer Equipment uumions ana The Past Express Trains between Chicago and tbe Missouri River are com gosed of weU ventilated, finely uphotsbereoTDay CoacheeBitilflcent PulmSrl Pace 61epers of the latest design, and sumptuous DinSS or jitwhlch elaborataly cooked meals are leisurely eaten, -good Diction waltl nlr nn Appetite, and-HeaJta on both." Between ChirgV and KaiukaClt vad Atcmson, are also run the Celebrated Reclining Chair Cars. y na THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE tottie direct and favorite line between Chicago and Minneapolis and Bt Paul whJerJ?nnectlona aro mie inOnion Depoti fo7ill TOinu thlStoriS. and British Provinces.. Over this route, past ExptSto-rSSm arruTtothe! Pla1' aummer resorts, picturesque kJcaJMe Sd nuStinTSncf fls Still another DIRECT LINE, vataZl RTnklW S. rtSJP?''' Minneapolis and St Paul and intarmirt polntS For detailed Inlormation see Maps and Folders, obtalnableao Twell mlk prlnclpil Ticto6 fl " & iuSSi eSsS a StaSSSf; s? ' "'.' : D aaBf'ais ' .: .. 9--. .! ..i. na vaukk. t. KT..jnHH.,. General T)cke( tne Flitenftr agtnt, Chic.. President end General Manager, Chicago.