Man and Beast.;
Mustang Liniment is' older than
most men, and used more and
more every year. ; :
TOO MUCH WHEAT.
iSn""K'li wbtl" So the dealers say,
Million of bushels loft unsold
Uf tat year's crop; and now, to-day;
"r" ifoavy maa yellow as gold, -, ,
ItllH bummer'a omnMtiin full . .. .
And murmur nut tlunk nm i v... '
And storehouse doom are lrv-lr.t ti -.-it '
And men are plotting early and late. '
W htlt ftfcAll BAM tflA f.T-riu
- .... .ii'iti nmt .
wheat toi plenty makes wheat a Urjsi?"
r. wnat a word!
V blasphemy in our borders beard.
"Too much wheat!" And our heart. w
Put vsstBrdav. And mn. ,.l,l a
For vengeance the Lord his ioin, dotn gjrj
........ m.ihiuh rvMiissacn a Mieot tbsmn
HHn.lrods of men lie dying, dead,
rir.Mjier ot ours, though their slcinn are red;
Men w.) promise! to teach and feed.
lb dastard na'i.m! dnxtard deed I
They starve like bcn-U in non and fnM I '
While we hoard wheat to ali few tnM
loo nnicli wheat!" Men's livei (Hydros'
now snail tai (armors lie saved from lusM'
Do the fignre lies?
yields Put the leilg.
Tm tnu'-h whoatl"
w hat wondrous
"Too niucb wheat!"
Oh, summer rain,
And sun. and sky, and wind from West,
Fail not., nor sli'na, nor Mow again!
lot f!dd.t derts, famine guest
Within nur cates who hoard for gold
Millions of bn hols of wheat unsold.
With limn and women and children dead
And daily dying for lack of bread!
'Too mm wheat!" Uood Gud, what
word?" i- . .
A blasphoniy In onr borders hear L
THE SASKATCHEWAN REBEL.
Patent, Cant and Wrought,
Iron Fence !
Cheapest Fence in the World
for Residence or Cemetery
MaJe any Height Desired.
lr"AII kinds of IRrtN sua MACrllNB work
aiif promptly and satisfaction guarantt'ed.
Writ.- lot prlrea.
Rook Island, III.
THE MOLINE SAVINGS BANK
(I'lmrttired by thnliegislatnreof Illinois.')
HOLINK - ILLINOIS
Vl, tllly from 9 A. at. to II P. at. .and on Tnet
tUy soil Saturday BvatiiKa from 7 to
liters allow! OD Deposltl at the rt el
4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposit received in amounts ot $1
and Op war da.
Httl'DHlTT AND ADVANTAGB8.
TbturtTOW" urouertv of the Trnstees Is ri-spon
ilhlriu the depositors. Tlieoftirertare prohibited
(lom borrowing any of Its moneys. Minors and
marrit'd womri. protected bysptctsl law.
omnia.: S. W. Wbsituhi, Prea'dent :Jmi
iJiiod. Virr Prwtliimt; t!. V. UEMsawT.i'shier
I'Kiiirrsss: H W. Whselock, P.. rier Skinner
(! w.Lohdell. Nalimn Cbmter. H W. Candee, C.
T. Urania, A. 8. Wright, !. f. Uvmnwsy. John
U...1,J. M. ObrlKty. C. H. Stoddard.
FrriH-only cbxrlortid Mayings Bsnkln Rock
land linnnty aiicsuwy
Vir Chleasro geed H ;
Chicago, June 37,-Fridey morning a
" w seed bouse
the Dickinson firs a ... i
Saw Ca in th s eiti
gutted the uppw fl .ors. the stock on ' the
lower floor bemsr srroatlv dimitnti v.- .
Tua lose is ta5,U00, fully insured.
Thinks It Needt no Reply.
WasniHQTOii Ctty. June 7 .t
Whitney says that Mr. Chandler's letter in
regard to the dispatch boat Dolnhin
no reply from him; that, notwithstanding
the communication, he will proceej in nor-
corming what he considers his duty in the
fbe Eagle May Rave to Scream A rain.
Washington City. June 27 Th nnh.
lican mentions a rumur that another call
ill soon be mads for the interference of
this government to protect the property of
It citizens upon the isthmus of Panama
Novel Causa for eulclrle.
Baltimohk. June 27. Henry Casner Den-
bardt coiuniitted niiride at his borne in
louth Baltimore Friday because he .vuiM
not pay the tula on bis house.
We Invite vonr stfntton to our new. elesn and
conventent applieationof the principlaof COUI1
terlrratatlon as snown ny oar
MEDICATED BODY BANDS.
Highly e'ndorped by prominent members of the
prof ession, for the CURB of Dvspifsia. Hum-
W-AT18M. PAINFUL Slid IMTFICirLT MBMSTBUATION,
Pi.suBisT, Paiks in the bins. Back, Uowbi.s and
Kiusirs, Excellent for Cholera In 1111 forms,
warming the bowels and cheeking discharges.
Supplied to yon or your patients through Drug
stores, or by mail on receipt of $1. Bend for
circulars and testimonials from physicians and
psuenis. Agents wasted, iskw lUlth ukaltii
AG UN C Y, 2 Broadway, M . V. . ,
Prosecute the Swindlers ! ! !
If when you call for Hon Bitters Isee
green eiumer vj Jiops on the white label)
. t i : . .. i i .
we urimgisis uanus out any sum called
CD. Warners German Hop Bitters or
with other "Hop" Dame, refute it and
ulitin that druggist as you would a viper
and if he has taken your money for th
stuff, iDditt him for the fraud, and sue
him for damages for the swindle, and we
will reward you liberally for the convic
401 and W.l Bioaclway,
Sln.s Ai'Krr., Wis.
TUIE most extensive in
I the I lilted States.
'inn. Kknsinuton, rres't.
WK TRKAT AIX 1'HUONIC D1SEASK9
ANIi IHSKASKH OF EYE ANT1 KAR.
WK CURE CAJARRII
And liiseaaes of the Throat and Lungs.
a- t t .tu..uuii. tf wjnmcn with wtintlrf ill HHP
r, a; u-f Electricity and Hot Air-Baths.
WE 1'iisiTIVEl.T C'CRK seminal weakness
itn.i tincri-t-s tit a nrivate nature: nerfdrm the
m i'ttliiti. ult 'iireieal operations and correct de-
Mniitiies. Wi! produce in our extensive laura-
10TV , '
ihp Tfiti rfmt tlv for throat. Itmir and nervous af-
ffitimiH St-iitl ttr in stamps ftir our Hd.rsTHA
TKliMEniL'AI. JOURNAL and 1NVAI.1I)
WHEAT Baking Powder
u tk'ti! IX. HI. II HF.IIAI
.1 ' I ti: t.i:.r r.
u i i: At. I. !.!
.1 Firl I'rixe)
Dyspeptics can eat.
WAltTIN K AI.lirl.EIHCH'M HONS.
UiMisbd lia. KKW VUBM..
For sale by all Ijeading Gro
cers. The Acme Ledger
i.f ll. nilvantatd'H to he derived
"'I tin. Letter are:
1 All tlif small accounts are lv tliemselves in
Hace ami uiaileoutiu hill form, with one to
l" kfi r the liill is paid it istoru out; if not
'tv mr me next time
1 tki'D ltrli..a pall ... nutr m.h tint. i. HttV.
" wilt is rcsdv to he receinled.
'H l.i-il , l;m;,.,J i,. ...... I,, I l.tt.i
1 "' i: in In. iMt.il lit MtlvuntM.rK in aiiv retail
lur kt epnii; small and transient ac
' Ititcsttuui best: a necessity to every
urn; unexcelled for sirent'lli, beamy
lliTtiun the honk may be carried in
His Ancestry and Antecedents as Given In
, ' a Tries! Private letter.
("ll"lst.m"lo T.ew York Tunes ! .
tsiuis Ki.-I. the Saskatchewan rebel, has
a notable sm-estry." So runs a letter to me
from the Catholic priest whose story of
Ketl s college life 1 have before quoted. "Hi:
granarauier, Jean ru.ptiste Kiel, settled in
the northwest m 1S10, and was one of
uie nines', ot the northwest company s
oincers. ms oldest eon, Louis, was
born in 1817 at He a la Crosse, not far from
where the ljouis-of our day is now exploit
ing. I-oiils, senior, was educated in lower
Canada, and in 1H.K entered tbe Hudson's
Bay ooinsny's cmphry. Religions feelings
have couU-olled the entire family at differ
ent tunes, and this trapper dark was a
novice for two years among tbe Ublato
fathers. Nine miles or so from prosperous
Winnipeg, in the little settlement of St.
Vitul, still stands tbe old homestead of tbe
Riels. ItoiiHHth its rafters the wrinkled
mother of Hie prosent leader of the Metis eu
jnys a qoiet life.
The strife lstween the Hudson's Bay Fur
company, the most gigantic monopoly ever
established in this side of the Atlantic, and
the Fronch Molls begun years and yearsaga
Luiiis senior died in KM. Perhaps no net
of his energetic life was more characteristic
than when in the court-room of Kurt Garry,
he boldly arose and declared his half
breed friend tluillanie Sayer beyond the
jurisdiction of the Hudson's Bay military
anthtiritios anl one-sided judges He prac
tiotilly gave a death blow to the monopoly
and establislied free fur trallic.
"His son, Ijfinis Kiel, Ijord Wolseley's an
cient enemy, inherited many of the father's
truiu. or mi.lioo half-breeds be is tbe idol;
he has chained them to him by his gift of
liery eloquence and by his undaunted cmr
age. Since 172 he has dwelt among his
people,, making only two eastern visits ..lis
to tittuwa as a reprerfentative-eiect from bis
di-trict in the parliament houses; tbe other
as u temporary inmate of an insane retreat
near Montreal. - .
He is not tbe samii man in this struggle
that, he was in 1S7U. His-courage is of that
feverish kind which seeks always for excite
ment until its possessor finally is spent with
its fnne. The people whose cause he fights
have suffered at the hands of the provincial
government, and inch by inch their land is
slipping from them. In the struggle for
supremacy it may not lie difficult to foretell
w ho w ill be the victor, but bloodthirsty, hair
insane, as be now stands, Louis Kiel will not
be forgotten in tbe northwest as a leader of
bis people, the French Metis."
A Vathetlo Incident.
Tbe Greenville Banner tells the following
pathetic story of how Conductor Frazr, oil
the luUii-nationalK (ireatlNortueru raiiroa I,
tried to light off death a few hours in order
that he might see bis wile once more. He
had been shot by a tramp, and had been
taken to Tyler, Tar., in a dying condition:
Help ms to fight back this cruel death,
boys, until my wife gets here, said the dy
ing man, cheerily. The doctors had already
M.I him be could live but a few hours. With
a calm couraee be heard the verdict and
called all of his wonderful force to bis aid
in the struggle to live until his wife arrived.
"Tell me exoiting stones," be saia to tne
boys around bis Lei, "for I must make this
run till she conies!" And the boys did
laugh and tell big stories, poor fellows, when
their stout hearts were filled with sad re
gret The hours sped rapidly by ; the merry
voice of the conductor grew lainier ami
fainter, but bis courage never latterea. A
telegram to his wife in answer to one sent
bor some hours before was brought into the
room and mad. She was coming on a special
train, the road was cleared for her passage,
and with lightning speed her train was an
What a race! A young woman in the lull
flush of love and a new life, pitted against
tho king of terrors. The news nerved Fraz-jr
for a moment, and bn etlorts to Keep up
were renewed. A little later another tele
gram. "Old boy!" whi-pered a brakemau.
she will I here m an nour. 100.1 w.sii
But one short hour to wuit to live! "Turn
nie over, Isiys," be said. It was done. He
whispered to an attendant: "Charley, 1 can
not run on this schedule good-bye!" He
was dead in an instant. Just thirty one
minutes later a beautiful young woman
bent over the prostrate form, and finding no
life there, broke out in one of those wild
wnils which toll all too well that bops in
life is dead.
"I Have Suffered "
With every disease imaginable for the
last three years. Our
Druggist, T. J. Anderson, recommend
tng "Hop Bitters to nie,
1 used two bottles!
Am entirely cured and heartily reconv.
mend Hop Bitters to every one.
J. D. Walker, Buckner, Mo.
JlJtitd 1 1885
I Ross Leaf, Fine Cut
Navy Clippings ffi3'
I and Snuffs
YUAHTDD - Indies and Gentlemen to take nice
It lik-liL nleaorul work, at their own homes
Work sent by mail any distance all the year mum)
$2 to f!t a day ran be qnletty made; no canvass
ing. Anutese KKUABi.t r co., run., en.
By addressing GEO. P. HOWELL & CO.,
10 Spruce St., New York, can learn the
exact cost of any-proposed line of adver
tising in American Newspapers, tyioo
page pamphlet, 10c.
Counterfeiting Proves Superiority .
'Although counterfeiting is one of the
greatest crimes against the business of
any country, and in many cases
'Destructive of health and life!"
'"It proves beyond a doubt the"
Of the article counterfeited;
As no inferior iirtiele in ever eounterfeit
ed. Proof of this is found in the great num
lierin "Australia, England. France,
"Oierinanj, India, Belgium, Canada and
the U. S.
Of counterfeits of the great remedy,
Whose name and merits are so well
known the word over that it is a
"Shining mark and favorite prey
"For Counterfeiters ! ! !"
Beware of all that does not have a
green cluster of hops on the white label
Prosecute the Swindlers ! ! !
If when yiu call for Hun Bitters, (wearrm cltm
ttr of Hop en ttt white tiMi the druirinsl hands
out any stuff called V. 11. W arner s lu rmaii Mop
Bitters or with other "Flop ' name. iefnse it and
shun thatdru'ut as you woulil a viper, and if lie
hss taken yonr money for lhe stuff indict him for
the fraud and sue him for damage for the swindle
and we will reward yon liberally for the convic
Three Parisian manufacturers, who
were detected in artificially coloring to
matoes lo improve their appearance, have
been fined for the offense.
"1 want some SOZODONT,"said he.
"Just ont," the cunning druggist said,
But here's some powder known to lie
As good." The patron turned anil tied,
Asking, "'boyou siipisiec 1 don't
Know mulling equals SOZoDON'T?"
There is a preservative principle in SO
ZODONT thut effectually preserves the
teeth from decay. Chemists pronounce
it wholesome. Rich and poor endorse it,
No lady ever tried it without approving
its cleansing and purifying pnvperlies.
outsells all other dentifrices. Ask for
S0Z0D0NT, and take no substitute.
I .1 V.SrMMl.ASrTMi lla. mmrm
Uulrk. San Owrea.
urfJead twe stamp fur Oelebrated1 atedicalWorks,
Address. F. 1. tLAIIKE. XI. l..it South
Clark Street, Chicago, lu.
Whether Young or Old having impaired their
By the Indlwretkins of Yonth or excesses of mi-
lurer years may nequicsiy resioreu io
:. . AND
By the nse of
Thousands of capes of Nervous Debility, mental
and physical weakneps, lort manhood, nervoHR
prOrHrauon, results ni iuaucrtfiion, excesses 01
any caane, cured by NeiV.t- N remedy ever
offered to the afflicted haB uiel with such unprece
dented ttucce8- It has ro equal for curing all
forms of NKitvotTs, Waste Exhaustion, Dubie
ty or 1bcay. Its iM'ntJaia! effects are luimedi-
atflv perceptible . In a fnw weeks afUT commenc
ing its use a feeling of renewed vtiror and etrength
ieapuarcnL. It ettec'fa iminiut and radical enre.
ad iis the only safe and effectual remedy known
forcuring all forms of Nbkvocth Dkbilitv from I
anycaute. lis effects are permanent; no matter
how aKtravated your cawe, how many reroediee
von have tried. or how many doctors have failed. 1
When thediteftHe has b allied the -kill of the ablest
physicians, when melHiicholy and despair have ta
ken the place of hope, and the world looks blank
dreary. NnrvitA inquire new life and iwr
maiieiitly cure tndyand mind. 14.77 case cured
by Ha one in 1S84. Mnm f;iiili tlitt it will c
every caHeprt.mptsme to send a trial package on
receipt of jo cents (or post age, etc. Name this
paper. Dr. A. 0- GUN,
luar-T-dwly Box 4, hh aho.1i.
w. . TftAOCVMARK
FOR THE JtkJ CURE OF "
NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM and NERVOUS - HEADACHE
TONGA Is a product of the 1mgu or Friendly I At nminoeL ft..r asMiniH, that ToQupa
l.V.. SirJTJr h.. l b. l . f. I r-e8 dauslad and narked curatlT pKip rlwa
Tt . lit htfnuFitlc romralrlv and also in Muaenlar Koftu-
u null, .vun ii j ii j uv 1 1 w ' v".
tiVVfVfVWB b a wupound of Tonpa with
VMAvv other innmlieuU nhose cur
ative properties have been thonintihly tesu-d.
l-vwrvfvWwo ta token Internally, and pro
VVWVC daces no unpleasant ertects.
It contains no upturn or wiorpntne
ni hlientnutlc Nenralirlv and alanin 1
nisi ism.-Waltkb Uulu, M. tit. Uhus, Mo.
Rnn tseted ToNOALDat in serarsl eases of N3-
raltriv it haH mven me perfect Batlsfactinn.
J. D. USTIUU.USS, U.. r.lTDTT, III.
.H.ts niwd ToKOALnnr in Nenralrla and Inflam-
mtit-m Uheumatiem. ilh the Teiy best r
J N PttE M. D . Vandwoook. ID.
FTIR SAI.K RV am. nlilloniSTS PUIOB OVE TK1LIilt PER ROTTLK.
A. A.MELtLIER, Kola Promisor, TOW and 111 WASH1NUTON AVENUE. BT. LOUIS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rook Island
National Bank Building, Rock Island, 111.
J. M. BEARDSLEY.
ATTOR ri K Y AT L A W OBIe with J. T. Ken
worthy, IT Second avenue. aui; 1 ilwiiiu
H. C. CONNELLY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Rock Island, Ills. Ofttee in Post Ottlee Bnild
tnfir, over Milcaeil A Lyude's Bank, Rooms No 6
and 10. nov-4-dwly
a. d. Kinir.
C. L. VA1.KKB.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORNKYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
(rtnre in Bengrkiii bkck, Rck laiand. 111.
I S lit . Ill 1
1 -.g?iHT -g
ALL KINDS OP
Qr Made to Order.
dir. , . aaiaiiiIA1
IsUHSUIIlJJl t UiVf
rotitirfly Htllewd and Nature
assisted in reitoringVitat powert
THIS VraiSEEY SHOULD EE FOUND OK TEE SIDEBOARD OP EVEET FAMILY
IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL.
IMs NOT BE DECEIVED. Many Dn twists and Grocers who ao not nave wnnj'i i-nre
Itlalt Whiskey In atork, attempt to palm off on customers, whiskey of then-own bottling, which
being of an Inferior grade and adulterated, pays theui a larger profit.
ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS DRUGCISTS AND CROCERS.
Send us your address and we win mail booacontalniugvalualiie information. Bampli yu."rf Bottfra
aeutto any address in the United Btates (East of the Rocky Mountains), securely packed in plain
eatr, Expret rharget prrpatd on receipt of Ql.UU, or six Bowes sum tor au.wrvr
DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.. Baltimore. M., U..S. A
3 Painters, Mechan-
cs and Farmers
ask your Deal
ears for our
E. W. HURST,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office in Maonit Temple hloek, over Rock l-
laoa nniinnai nans, Koeii teiaiiti, in.
M. M. CORBETT,
ATIH-K-NKY AT LAW, Solicitor iuClaatucry and
Notary Pohlic, Abrttractn, Lottim and colk-c
mce, ktaford's Ittuc k, avenue, nvei
tinns. Office, ktaford's
batTPr1 Xwrirv lnre
RniHTBOT. Second Avenoe. over Peoples
Ex national fianit, tock iiiana, Illinois.
MEDILL & WHITEHEAD,
Real Estate, Loans, Collections,
Aeents fur the II. S. Buildine A--wiation, Capital fiOO.OOO.iai. We will buy yon a lot. any location
build a house to suit yon, deed it to yon. and give eielit years' tune to. nay lor ti e properly.
monthly payments biivs von yore own hums. rffoffiee In Mnrhell & l.vnde a PlnrR
which are made of
the Best Spruce
SEND FOR PRICE UST.
given to Furnish
Ladders for Firo
Cor. Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth street, '
MHIXIP TUENKKNS. HUH. . ROCK ISLAND.
tTliis lloiife ha heen thoroughly niorah d mid re fnrni-hed lliminrlioiit and In now opi to the
pnlilio, Boarders at rcasunahle ralea. Farmers will Und tills Hotel a nice unjiping piace. ap-iouni
CALL AT . I
O IVEN & BELL'S ;
M arket Square-
tlThe bsl of Wines, Liquors. Beer and Ciffars atlvays on haitd ,
DOUBLED THICK BALL.
The best time yet made between New
York and Liverpool i9 six days, nine
hours and fifty minutes.
VEST REMAJtABLK EEC6VEEY
Mr. Geo. V. 'Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My vrife has been almost
helpless for five years, so helpless that
she could not turn over in tied alone.
She used two bottles of Electric Bitters,
and is so much improved, that she is now
able to do her own work."
Electric Bitters will do all that is
claimed for them. Hundreds of testi
monials attest their ereat curative powers.
Onlv fifteen cents a bottle at llartz &
B ah n sen's
Wolff, Chan., If! Seventeenth street.
ttauerinau, John, 219 oeyeiiteenth street.
Htewart A Montgomery, .9110 eerond avenue.
Wendt, H. 150? second avenne.
The Rock Inland Daxlt Auans; puhlixlied every
evening, (Sunday exceptedi In Arua block, op
posite Poatolnce. Bent advertising niediiim in the
Tne Kock lsiana vkeklt a Rous, pnnnsnea
every Friday. A fine job department in connec
tion with the establishment.
RESTAURANTS AND CONFECTIONERS.
Krell. Kred.. 1619 second avenne.
Westphal, John, 1812 second avenne.
In the room formerlv ocennied A'
t'onfectiouery by FranL Math.
The "Casdkb" Itrmnitn Co. five betier Rob
ber than can be obtained elsewhere for the same
money, with their treat Improvement of the
DOl Bl.K THICK BALL. The extra thickness of
rubber rightunder the tread, gives DOl lll.K VYKAB.
k to ace the f ANHEE " IonWe Thick Ball
Rubbers in Boots, Arctics, overshoes, Alaska, &c
A Common Sense
No. 315 Twentieth Street.'
fWThe best of Beer, Wines, Linuors and Cijara conatantly on hand. ", apl-50-dly
309 Brad- Street, Davenport, Iowa, 20 years practice, makes all
private diseases a specialty, such as Syphilis, Go?ion?icea, Gleet,
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 tree.
FtTA11 letters promptly answered
A new bridge is to be built over the
Tiber at a point where Montaigne lodged
when he was in Rome.
.1. VV. Graham. Wholesale l)ru"rist, of
Austin. Tex., writes; "I have been hand-
liu" Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam for the lungs
for the past year, and have found it one
of the most salable medicines I have ever
had in my house for Coughs, Colds, and
even Consumption, always giving entire
satisfnetion. Please send uie another
The Kalamazoo celery growers are pre
paring for a still larger crop than they
raised last year.
Onrineof 60 cent Tea cannot be eqnaled in the
three cities, uooa j eas. incoming gun
powder, Youdb Hyson, Oolong and
Japans, 40 cents.
Fresh Roasted Coffees.
Choice Mocha SO cents per pound.
O. O. Java, extr quality, jut received, 30c.
- ind " ... bc.
Mi.ved Java and Gl'd Rio, - - - Stic.
Choice Ol d Klo, ti poll nils Tor J1,IM.
Oilier Grades, 1 and d pounds for (1,(0.
We lloast our own Coffees.
t4TPatronir.e the old Hone Kong, lt84 Second
t venue, opposite Uock island House.
i. L. FREEMAN, Manager.
C. H. FARGO & CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Candee Co.,
THE MQLINE WAGON.
The Moline Wagon Comp'y
Manufacturers of Farm, Spring and Freight Wagons.
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Waoons, especially adapted
.u,.w a- nr ,nA.irmanai.;n Ani.i.
W luc IVCICIU 1IW1C, VI OUn;iliri n vii rvniaitnif auu uunu.
tSflllnntrated Price List free on application. See tbe Moline Wagon before purchasing other.
rrimrily and Calmly.
Hon- I'amiKrii still lies in bod. A knock
at the diair. "Coino m!" Herr fumpgerni
tailor stops into the room. "Ah, it's you,
Hrr Hhcklel I suppose you have brought
my aecountl" "I make ao bold, Horr Punip
garn; you see 1 am rather short of money."
"Short of money, are you? Juit open my
i,..1 mail who I on the lookout for
; "'.laiul tinicnaviuff Inventioim cannot at
'"u(ih,. it,,, without ii trial, which involves
" " llu lull" fnniixtied are alone wnrlh lhe
Btni rpoa ot bill heada or atate-
Ctiunty Rights for Sale. iiy
H orii,.r. promptly niled. Price of Ledger,
' I.0KI Ii, ,r,a, neallv uriliLud. t:i.75.
in inli.rK i..-.1.. . i . v...., ..ii f..-
illir i.ctiHr, KltU 1.11 ivuiiuo.n iwi
"iioi, inusl l: addreaeu ui
A Wonderful Discovery.
Consumptives and all, who suffer from
anv affection of the Throat ana tilings.
can litid a certain cure in Dr. King's Sew
Discovery Jor Consumption . Thousands
of ueriiiannil cures verify the truth of
this statement. No medicine can show
such a record of wonderful cures. Thous-
1. Unnolonu Ollfflirura tfMl I
desk yonder, tbat drawer, nerr " lT " .!!,.
a...i..i.i . . Jmmi -it. iB Anmrv i nfln i u ru it; i u u v uiuumm v- .. . . - .
w.,,, p,1r.,.m uvr: "Not that: - the other lo this New Discovery. It will cost you
" . " "...7 , i j .i.; ... i, ,ri1 Vrei Trinl Bot-
nna " t-t l.rf NI .'UW 1 1 1 11 m 17 1 1 . , ,.... . U .in U. VI . H-t H
f, Hrr PumDiern obwrves: "1 ii. t Hartz & Bahnsen'g Drug Store.
----- n u ; .
don't mean that one; it a iue one uoiuw. n i Large size, I.UU.
Stickle olieys. "Well, wuai ao yuu we in
asks Herr r'nmpttern. "A pile of papors;
nothin? tawidM," is the reply. "That's the
one those are my bllK Place youre on top
of the rest," replied Herr Pumpgern, cheer-
nd addinir. "Uooa-morninn, oerr
Ruck Inland, 111.
Btu klo," he ealmy turned on his other aula.
Torry'n Favorite Drink.
mi. P.llnn Terrv rtill adheres to one habit
of her childhood, milk being the only bever
age vh lady itiiblbas, of which she urinlu
from three to lour glasses at every ui.
B. p. CLKAVKI4AN
cir9i JLue & Accident Iasnranco,
ISLAND, ILL. .
e. Promptly Adjnated and Paid a thie ;
That the sale of Hood's 8arsaparilla con
tinues at such a rapidly increasing raier
1st, Because of. the positive curative
value' of flood's Sarsaparilla itself.
2d- Because of the conclusive evidence
of remarkable cures effected by it, ttnsur.
passed aud seldom equalled Dy any oiuer
medicine. Send to C. I. Hood & Co.,
Lowell, Mass., for book containing many
statements of cares. '1'
O. M, Looslet, J. E. LOOBLIT.
601,1 Pir! and Time-Tried companies Re-
iSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
- 'w as an Reliable Company can afloid
"Offlcl 1. ;ltron H Bouclted.
mc Argtu Block,
Henry III. of Ftance had passion for
dogs, which cost the state iiw,tiwtrawu.
a year. .
Eicbt Der cent of tbe HUgar made in the
United States is tioiieu aown irom mapie
Enemies Beady to Strike
Every fatpily is constantly in danger
from impure water, unripe irutt, unwnoie-
some food, coutaeious diseases, cramps.
cholera morbus, coughs aud colds, indi-1
gestion and simple fevers. In such cases
a bottle of Parker'a Tonic kept in the
hooao renilera it unnecessary to call a
physician. Nothing so good for children.
'Sorehum is said to be poison to grass-
honners " Then by all means feed it to
them. This disposes of two problems at
the same time.
It is an indisputable fact that there are
many articles now in tbe market having
an nxtonsive sale, which are used for cul
inary curposes, that contain substances
which are iniurious to health. Baking
nnwrlers containing? terra alba, marble
dust. alum, ammonia, etc. Dr. Price's
Cream Baking Ppwder is known to be
pure and wholesome
Kentucky was the first elate admitted
into the Union after the revolutionary
war. ' "
I B. Hictaon,
1805 Second Avert Ur.
Is well stocked with a full line
of goods for
comprising all the
Novelties of the Season,
AND AS LOW
As they can possibly be bought.
Ou the topof the box If an inclined cover which
oreventN tbe rain from etlterilll! : allaelied to the
covers, on top and bottom, are i"priiii; which keep
mem aiwaya cionea. wuenuie iop -oer nue.
llslrmea a Bell 10 lei ynn Know inai yirar pri
hanc.nme. Ilia the fineot invention of the ae.
The Ahhi'b ithe asrent in the city for these bol
es. They are anpplied to the A Rons euhwnheri
at a very low price.
Dr. E. F. FISH,
92 Wisconsin St.,
MILWAUKEE, : WISCONSIN.
Gives to Throat and Lnnc Complaint, Diaeaaee
peculiar IO. wouien, rrnw uiw.
both Sexes: all Skin Diaordera.
Hours 8 to 10 A. M., 2 to 8 P. M-, and
7 to 8.30 P. M.
Correspondents please enclose stamp.
To 11 who are suffering from the errors
;ri;a..rii,.i.anf vouth. nervous weak-1 iTnt'a Remedv 'is valuable and its
IUU iiiuiv . ... ... ' . t,iA.
H.rnv man 01 manaooa. 1 ...nfiic am nermanem. (jureu nie ui nu
r wi'n nrl a recioe that will cure you, 8ULLIVAN FENNEB,
FBEE OF CHARGE. This great remedy providence, R. I
B diseovered by a missionary in douiu
NT ATI OF Il-LIKOIS, I"
UiHik 11 ami Cuuuty '
In Uie Couuty Court lo thr July Tvnn, 15.
In the matter of the netitim, f Th(nntt Wihm
for ppuintnient of a t'oi.erat.r fr lloralby Ann
K. W atun aiti-ea 10 iw a spfituiurin. nie phiu
Dontiiy Ann K. Watson hereby iiotified that on
the 2'2nii day of June, IHSfi, Thitmatt Wat-on tiled
hi tM-titinn in fcUiidoonrr. aninct her. for an in-
oiiirv bv aaid eoiirt. whether he be a ienlilirift
or not, and if in the verdict o a 1ury.it te M-
juded that ehe is a fpendihrift, Uit caid court
apLMjiht a t'onservatnr ior her to iKe cnary: ana
ihf maiuurement of her estate and the custody
and care of her errwo. and with siieh ptwera and
duties aR are ntaai ana proper iu kiicbcikw.
That a Mimmnn? was t lereUTHHt lrjsuen auaini
her. directed ta the sheriff of rn& county, made
returnable to the JuIt term of srttd court, lu
held at the iohrt house In the t it? of Km'k tl
and. on the nd Monday of July. lr5, when and
where ihi-MMid Itt.ruUiv Ann L.. aiMutrw notio
aud required to be and aoear and answer to Mid
Laieu ai ltoea ikiuuu iiuc ,im y ui miuc.
HU'HAUrt A. XNAM)H(H, Clerk,
jArt. M. Biarohkey, All y litr VetiUoiier.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
W. H. LUNDY,
Attond f- alert
' pi 11THKB
CITY OR COUNTRY,
at moderate charges, or
and make prompt reiiirn.
teond a Tans ROCK I81AKV III,
America. tpna a sen aaaresseu cuoiuic
to the Ret. Joseph T. Ira as, Station D,
New York City.
Have thorouehly tried Toncaline.
I it does all that is claimed for it. D
1 Reagan, M.D., Kyle, Texas.
HEIM BECK'S WtJG STORE,
. Comer of Third Aveine and Tenth street, ;
BTreacrlptloin carefully compounded by reg
stered Pharmacists. . july-o-dlr
RELIABLE SELF CUBE
t L. K A favorite prascripuna of one of the mn
Sm noted and successful STecialists in the U. $
(now retired! lor lhe care of Henr DeMlltr
JLat MaatMl, WeafcarM and leeuy. Seat
in plain aealed envelope Fra. Urnggrsts can 11 n.
Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THI CEOCRAPHV OP THIS COUNTRY, WILL
- 8EE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THE
ifrSSr- .. - -j,T"V.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY
By reason of Its central position and clone relation to all principal Unee East and
West, at Initial and terminal points, constitutes the nioat important mid-continental
link in that system or through transportation which Invite and facili
tates travel and tr&mc between clues of the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. It
la also the favorite and best route to and from points East, Northeast and
Southeast, and corresponding points W est. Northwest and Southwest, .
The Hock Inland system includes In Its main line and branches, Chicago,
Jollet, Ottawa, La Salle, Peoria, Oeneseo, Moline and Roclc Island, In Illinois;
Davenport, Muscatine, Washington, Fairfield, Ottumwa, Oskaloosa, West
Liberty, Iowa City, Dos Moines. Indianola, Winterset, Atlantic, Knoxvtlle,
Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Centre ,and Council Blutla, In Iowa; Gallatin,
Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, In Missouri : Leavenworth and Atchison,
In Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and St. Paul, In Minnesota; Watertown in
Dakota, and hundreds of intermediate cities, towns, villages and stations.
THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
Guarantees Its patrons that sense of personal security afforded by a solid,
thoroughly ballasted road-bed; smooth tracks ot continuous steel rail; sub
etantiaily built culvertd and bridges; rolling stock as near perfection as
human skill can make it; the safety appliances or patent buffers, platforms
and air-brakes: and that exacting discipline which governs the practical
operation of all its trains. Other spodallies of this route are Transfers at
all connecting points in Union Depots, and the unsurpassed comforts and
luxuries of ltd Passenger Equipment.
The Fast Express Trains between Chicago end tbe Missouri. River are comt
posed of well ventilated, finely upholstered Day Coaches. Magnificent Pullman
Palace Sleepers of the latest design, and sumptuous Dining Cars, In which
elaborately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, " good Digestion waiting on
. Appetite, and Health on both." Between Chicago and Kansas City and
, Atchison, are also run the Celebrated Reclining Chair Carai..., ,
THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
Is the direct and favorite Hna between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul,
where connections are mads in Onion Depots for all points In the Territories
and British Provinces. Over this route. Fast Express Trains are run to the
watering places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and bunting and tlBh-
rounas oi iowu ana nunnesoia. it is also tne most desirable route to tbe
wheat fields and Dastoral lands nf interim- Tlnlrnta
Still another DIRECT LINE, via 8eneoa and Kankakee, has been opened
For detailed Information see Maps and Folders, obtainable, as weU as
. Tickets, at all principal Ticket Offices in the United States and Canada; or
R. R. CABLE, E.' ST. JOHN.
Proidert and 6eneral Manager, Chicago. Genaral Ticket and Fatsenger Agent, Chicago.
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