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is only a part of beauty; but it is a part Every lady may ha-;e it ; at least, what looks like it. , Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! Talent Cast and Wrought Iron Fence! Cheapest Fence in the World for Residence or Cemetery Lots. Made any Height Desired. kind i IKON ana MAOHlSK work nm (Mmttly and satisfaction guaranteed. n(e for prices. DOWNING BROS-. Rook Island, III. l-5-dly KENSINGTON MEDICAL AND Surgical Infirmary, 4U1 and 463 Broadway, Mii.wai-kii, Wis. C?TUK most extensive in 1 the L'uited SLule. iliui-SllR. Ksnsinuton, Prest. K TKKAT ALL CHKONIC DISKASK3 AMI I1ISCASIS or IYI NT EAR. WE CURE CATARRH And Diaeaat-a of the Throat and Limps. VW treat disease of women with wonderful auc .; ute Klectriclly aud Hot Air-bathe. tt'E 1'OMTIVKt.Y CVRR aeiuinal weakneaa una dineaaea of a private nature; perforin the inofHi iltrtii ult wnrvieal operations and correct de- foriniUt'4. We produce id oar ec tensive Juura- "y OXYGEN, like -Treat reineilv for throat, lung and nervous af lei'lioui. firiul & in stamps for our 1L1.UMTKA TKIiMKDIi'AI. Jol'UNAL and INVALID'S r'UlK.NH. mar-W-dwly THE HOUSE SAVINGS BANK (Cnsrttirrd by thcLrgielalnrrof Illinois.) MOLINE - - ILLINOIS Men daily from M A. M. to 3 P. M.,aud oil Toes ds aiid Saturday Kveulugs from 7 to 8 o'clock. la'.sroa allowed on Deposlti at to rati a! 1 per Cast. pr Annum. Deposits reoeived in amounts ot $1 and Upwards. SECURITY AND ADVANTAGES. The nrlvatc proiiertyof the Trostee Is resmm libit toil, depositors. The ofttcertare prohibited I'om luirruwiue any of Its moneys. Minors aiid mirrud woQit-:. protected by special law. Ottii'kss: S. W. Whibi,opi, Pros' dent: Job nHit. v it-t- rreaideut ; t;. f. HKMiNWAY,:asnter Trutii: s W. Wbeelock, Porter Skinner C.W.UiiKii ll, Nelsotl Chester, II W. Candee, C. i umiiI .. s. Wright, ('. P. Hemnwsy. John 0'l..l M.Christy, O'.U. Stoddard. HTTh.-onlyclmitered Savings liana in Rocs lanii i ii.iintr sue-Mwy The Acme Ledger BILL HOLDER. A ijf vice for keeping small and transient ac count-; tut- latetfiaud best: a necessity to every t)ti-uif-s niuii; unexcelled for Btrength, beauty ttuuciiivenieuee. Sonic of the ail vantage to b derived from the ust-fif tins Ledger are: 1 All the miill accounts are by themselves in a 'aft- pliu-e and nmdeoutin bill form, with one to itirtT wntmgn rtaved. 2 For ( iillertioii the Ihwk may be carried In liii' jMit-ker. If Die bill in paid it it torn out; if not " i!" n aii inr me next time. 3 Wln-H nuuiet. call to pay, mich time i ac iii'- tiiii ik reaily to he receipted. The LnijiT in nut limited to any special bnsl ''in ' an be lined to advantage in any retail Mil-lilt';, Anv Iiiimiii'4 man who Is on the lookout for Vui in ni m1(i time-Havinir invention cannot af l"W to i;ttt thi without a trial, which involves. wrNk.u- tlie bill- furui-ihed are alone worth the muiicy or I lie purpo ot bill heads or elate Oouniy Rights for Sale. All or.l.T pnimptly filled. Price of Ledger, -"u ur-Nj i, m tieaH, neatly urinled, l-t,7&. ah ortliTN fur the Ledger, and all requests for nriiin, Hiii-i ue auureMeu to J. W. rOTTKR, Aiuius Opru-R. Kock Island, 111. WHEAT Baking Powder H Al.l"! IX;OI.I (IKKAUFlr-lHrlre) M VV Olil.l ANS K.M'OMITIOM W U Al.l. OMPI TITOliB. Makes Bread AMD ' BISCUITS THAT Dyspeptics can eat. 'lAKTIN KAI BKI.KIWII'SI (SONS. tiKW YOUM.. wlliU'cl Ism. por sale by all Leading Gro cers. w a hayes. h. c. clkavklan established Hayes & Cleaveland, Ansurance Agents tire, urs & Aocldent Insurance, OKPlCK-BmesroM Blook. EOCK ISLAND, ILL. Losses Promptly Adjusted and Palda thla Agency. jiTI 1 BUPORD. fi M I r.s. T m T Mord&LoosleyBros -GENERAL Insurance Agents. Tbeold Fire and Time-Tried companies Be- nroaonloft LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. &tes Ah u. .. . . v S ne"le Company can OfflJ i ?attODe ! Solicited, "nice in Argus Block, affoid vXLir" CMLY A WOMAN'S HAIR. ... j. Swift'; death tbere wm nix writing-desk a tress of Btolla'a bait On VjetJ"1- verinS il wa witton the i.uea "Only a woman's hair!" A deal, a sign: Serving the knightly arm . . ... lo Palestine, j "Only a woman's hair?" Beside their lore Pale Ktudent lay the plethp , And strive Uie niore. "Only a woman's hnirr ' 1 : Old men depart, Fumbling one iitU tress : Held to the heart "Only a woman's hair!" liae of fjml trust, t Buried with stalwart form-. Crumbling to dint, "Only a woman's hairp W as this a gibe . .. A bittar sneer if so Shame on the scribal Only a womaa's hair?" . Was this a sih, , Borna on the midnight sui-g Of memory! "Only a woman's hairf lo! there be time When wailing music cling; To mucking rhymes. SDuly a woman's hairr Strange as it appears That he should nurse a jest So many years. "Only a worann's hairr Dea.1 Wells's hair; If be had meant a jest, W hy nil that rare? "Only a woman's hairr lTHenaiurht beside; . . And yvt 'twa something mon When Stoiia died, "Only a woman's hairr A woman's hair; A moan from out the Fast A woman's hair! MR. JOHN STIVRSt MISTAKC n masked by the Barber's Kninr A Solemn Warning to lleardcd Men. lletloit Tree Press. There was John (1. Stivers, for insl.mpp. Stivers wore a loug, black, boared tnpuM.1 by a mustache, and yon douttles have noticed when yon sisiko to him nbout nnvthiiitr that he had tlie habit of stroking his long, black unarm slowly in a way that certainly Lift the impression tli.it Stivers was a deep a very dee thinker. 1 know that was the li'.'.-t it ha.1 on .nio. I loiiwnilier a few 'ksao mooting him, saying: "Well, Sir. fMivors, hs.ks as it we were eoinz to hava a Russian wnrf" iSti ivers strok.i.1 his beard thoughtfully and said: Yes, it looks that w:i Kiit well, you wait a few days.' "How," says 1 to myself as I left him, there's a limn who has stu.liod the Afghan mailer in nil its bearing. No flippant upiu- ion ttHro. Well, if course you've sen Stivers since heshavedl TJao weak, irrosnlnte niouth and rocodinj chin is now in full view. 1 hap. pen to know that in a very short timo he was to hare lieen Liken in as a partinjr in the house of Jteady, Made .t Co., the clothiers, whose coiitidential clerk ho has b.wii for so many yaars iiianagur 1 might sny. Now he thinks his whole trouble arises from the fact that, when he went into the establish ment lust after ghavin" Mr. Made ap proached him smilingly and said: "Anything we can show you to-day, sir!" Or course it made a big laugh when the clerks saw that old Made had boon trying to sell something to his own manager, but that was not the trouble. Air. Keady himself told mo that it astonished him to think they had ever sought the advice of such a man, and of course now any mistakes that had hai (leued in over purchase and that sort of thing were laid to the charge of Stivers' sugges tions. Now he is out of emolovniont. and no one even prefixes the "Mr." to his name. It is pitil'ul to see the way his haud waudors. aimlessly around his smooth face searching for the lost board.' A Correction. Arkausaw Traveler. Mr. Jomus, whose wife was a great suf ferer, took a few bottles of "Ilornbako's Hurrah liualth HarveJr," and was so much mliuved that Mr. Junius wrote out a certificate and took it to lr. Hornbake. "Oh, lint that is the medicine," exclaimed the di-ctor, "and, my dear sir, you might make the certificate stronger. "All right, make it stronger. The next day Mr. Junius called on the doctor and said: "Have you printed that certificate yet !" "No, it basu't come out yet" "Well, don't isriiit it please." " "Wlivf . . . tiocauso inv poor wire cued this morn ing that so. Allow me to consul I mean please except my sympathy. (f conrtto it won't do to print the certificate. Here, John," calling a tsiy. Hio down to the newspaper oflice and toll the foreman to make that thing read Anius instead of Junius." Trick f a Michigan Moonshiner. Midland Snul It uc related of a certain Clare "moon-shin-T" that he sold some pino logs last fall to a IHaginaw lunilierman, the same being rut on mud ow ned by the Saginaw man. Not long after he sawed the ends of the logs so as to-era e the marks and sold the same logs over again. The thing worked so well that he tried it again with equal success, and kept on doing so until tlie logs, which were originally sixteen feet long, were re duced to twelve foot, then he was mad be cause twelve feet was the shortest measure taken. One lesson in Life. l'hiladelphla liulletiu.l The other day a neat-looking lad applied to a gentleman in this city for employment. fie had a good place in bis onice that he wanted tilled. "I think I have seen you be- for-.!, my lad." The boy brightened up at the recognition. "I rode down in the car with you this uiornini, and you had a com for table -seat and kept it, while a dozen young women, who have to be on their feet all dav. were stwulinz. : You wont do for me." And be lost his place. (ientleinauly Leianr in Suncook Valley. Boston Globe. On a fly-leaf of a Bible on the Runcook Vallev train is written the following "Stopped five hours between Hooksett and l'itbdield for the baggage -master to split kindling wood to start the ure in tine en gine. . t . .' That Wonld Have Been Serious. IBoston Tranw-rliit.1 Fogg Brownington is kaviug a hard time of it lie lost his leg, you know, a year two ago, and now he has to have his foot amputated. Fenderson Bo? Ho 'twasn't the foot on the other lea, that would be very serious. ' . Nearly 2,000,001) worth of printing-ink is used hi the United (states every year. , VERY KEMAEABLE BECBVERT- Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Mich., writes: "My wife has been almost helpless for five years, so helpless that she could not turn over in bed 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 claimed for them. Hundreds of testi monials attest their great curative powers. Onlv fifteen cents a bottle at Hartz & Bahnsen's ; ' ' ! 'i The natural bridce in Rockbridge coiin tv. Vireinia. ie 215 feet high. 100 feet wide, and has a span of 90 fext. HOBSt'OBD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. Beware of Imitations. ' Imitations and counterfeits have agai appeared. Be sure that the word "Hors1 ford's" is on the wrapper.- None are gen uine without it. Hunt's Remedy cures bilious headache costiveness, and dyspepsia, and purifies the blood. . Barrow Bacapa. ; RocHssTia, Jnnel, 1881, "Ten Jearsage I was attacked with the most Intense and deathly osins in my baidt snd "Extending to the end of mvturg am to my brain! ' "Which made me delirious! ' " "Prom agonj!.1 !! " 1 ' ' "It took three 'men to hold me on my bed at timesr "The Doctors tried in vain to relieve me, but lo no purpose. MtrpJune and other opiate! ' ' "11 ad no effect! "After two months I was iriven ud to die! ! !! 1 "When my wife heard a neighbor tell what Hop Bitters had done for her, she at once got and gave me some. The first dose eased my brain and seemed lo go hunting through my system for the pain. The second duee eased me so much that 1 slept two hours, something I hsd not done for two months. Before 1 hsd a ed five bottles, I was well and t work as hard ss any msn Coold, for over three weeks; but I worked loo hard for my streqsth, and taking a hard euld, 1 was taken with the most cnle snd psluful rheumatism all throunh my system ever wss known. ' 1 called the doctors aKaia. and after several weeks they leftme a crlppls on cmtrhes for lite, as they ssid. I met s frieud and told him my case, and tie ssid Hop Bitters hsd can d tiiin and would cure me. 1 poohed at him, but he was so earnest 1 wss induced to use them again. In less than four week I threw awaymycrntrh cs sad went te work lightly and kept on using the '-itteisf. r nve weeks, until I became as wellas any man living, and have been so for six years since. It has also cured my wife, who has been sic for years; and has kept her and my children well ami healthy with from twik to three bottles per year. There is ao need to be sick at all if these bitters are used. J. J. Bkkk, Ex Supervisor. ' 'That poor invalid wife, Sister, Moth: "er, or daughter! ! 1 ! "Can be made the picture of health! ' with a few bottles of Hop Biltera! " Will you let them tuffer'U!" Proiecsta tha Swindlers ! ! ! . If when you call for Hon Bitters. ( arten clut ter of Hupi on tfi while label) the druggist hands out any stun" called C. 1). Warner's German Hop i ciiiitb or with other 'Hop ' aame, efuse it and Mm b i iiaturairgisi as you would a viuer. and ir he ass I nken your money for the stuff iuditt him for me Irsud snd sue him for damages for the swindle ami we will reward yoa liberally for the com ic Hon A statue is to be erected in the village of C'hamouuix to Horace Benedict de Sausare, the Swiss geologist, who was the first person to ascend Mont Blanc Next year will be the centenary of this feat, and the Alpine club will commemor ate it. Now , Gen'ral, you're posted; come ! give ns jonr views. the brush at the front what's the powder to nse?" lie winked at a star as he pnffed his cigar. And slowly replied, "la a 6ruA af the front I never use powder, but SOZODONT." Go Where You Will. you'll find SOZODONT in vogue. Peo pie have thrown away their tooth pows tiers and washes, ana placed this odori ferous preservative of the teeth on the toilet table in their place. It keeps the teeth in splendid order, and spices the breath. "Spaldiug's Glue,' always up to the sticking point Boston, if her authorities give the need ed consent, is to have an elevated road on which trains will be run fourteen feet above the street surface and upon a sin gle rail track. Instantly Believed. Mrs. Ann Lacour, of New Orleans, La., writes: "I have a son who has been sirk for two years; he has been attended by our leailiug physicians, but an to no purpose. This morning he had his usual spell at coughing, and was so greatly pros trated iu consequence, that death seemed imminent. We had in the house a bottle of Vt. Win! Hall's Balsam fot the lungs, purchased bv my husband, who noticed your advertisement. ' We administered it and he was instantly relieved." More than 3,0U0,0U0 Oermans have im migrated to this country during the last sixty years. Of this number 1,000,000 have immigrated during the last decade. THKSK AUK NOL1U FstTX. . The Irt'fd blood purifier and system reg ii hilor ever placed within the reach suffering humanity, truly is Electric Bit ters. Inactivity of the Liver, liilliousneas, Jaundice. Consumption, Weak Kidneys, or anv disease of the urinary organs, or who ever requires an appetizer, tonic oi mild stimulant, will always fiud Electric Bitters the best and ouly certain cure known. They act surely and quickly, everv bottle guarauteed to give entire sat isfactinn or money refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by. Hartz & Balm sen. The divining rod. sometimes used by well diggers, and at an early day by oil prospectors, is a popular fiction thatdates buck to tlie eleventh century. Ws Caution AH Against Them. The unprecedented success and merit of Elys Cream Balm a real cure for ca tarrh, hay fever and cold in the head has induced many adventurers to place catarrh medicines bearing some resem blance in appearance, style or name up on the market, in order to trade upon the reputation of Ely's Cream Balm. Many in your immediate locality will testify ia highest commendation of it. Don t be deceived. Buy only Ely's Cream Balm A particle is applied into each nostril; no pain; agreeable to use. rnce fifty cents of druggists. It is estimated that the annual product of the marble quarries of Vermont is 1 200,000 cubic feet, with an increase of about 75,000 feet a year. A Bemarkabls Eteaos. Mrs. Mary A.Dailey, of Tunkhannock Pa., was afflicted for six years with Asth ma and Bronchitis, duiing which time the best physicians could give no relief. Her life was despaired of, until in last October she procured a bottle of Vt. iviug s rtew Discovery, when immediate relief was felt, and by continuing its use for a short time she was completely cured, gaming in ilcsb 50 pounds, In ft few months. ' ' Free Trial Bottles of this certatn cure of all Throat and Lung Diseases at Hartz & Bahnsen's Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00. ' The anthem of "God Save the Queen' was first publicly sung by Henry Carey as bis composition at a dinner given ia liouorof the victory of Admiral Vernon at Portobello it 1789. Hav Fever. I have been a great suf ferer from Hay fever for 15 years. I read of the many wondrous cures by Ely's Cream Balm and thought 1 would try once more. In 15 minutes after one a p. plication I was wonderfully helped. Two weeks ago I commenced using it and now I feel entirely cured. It is the greatest discovery ever known or beard of. Duhamel Clark. Farmer, Lee, Mass Price 50 cents. Rev. Jones, the southern revivalist, who made 400 converts in Waco, Texas, in one week, was paid $1.50 apiece for them by the city council. For all diseases of the kidneys and liv er, physicians prescribe Hunt s Remedy Tucson. A. ti the inhabitants claim, the oldest city in America. It was origin all; an Indian village. Bueklen's Arnica Salve. The greatest medical wonder of the world Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises. cuts, -ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, can cers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chap peu nanus, ana an skid eruptions, guaran teed to cure in every instance, or money refunded. 25 cents per box For sale bv HarU A Rahnsen New Advertisements. TO PHYSICIANS. We invite yonr att ntlon to our new. eln s) convenient application of the principle of coun terlrratatlon as shown by our MEDICATED BODY BANDS. Highly endorsed bv prominent members of the profession, for the Cl'KK of DrsrsrsiA. Hn.u h atism. Painful and Difficct.t Msnsthuation. Plkdhist, Pains in the Sinn, Back, Bowels ai d lUBNEYs, Kxceiicni lor Cholera m all forms. arming the bowels and checking discharges. iplied to you or your patients thiuinrh Drmr stores, or by mail on receipt of fl. Send for Kulsrs and testimonials from physicians snd patients. Agents wanted. NEW VOliK Ms LTH u KNC',afD Hroadway, N . y. Rose Leaf, Fine Cut Navy Clippings nd Snuffs arsT WASTDD - Ladies and Gentlemen to take nice light, pleasrnt work, at their own homes. Work sent by mail any distance all the year round $2to5adaycsn be quietly made; no canvass ing. Address Reliable M a Co.! Phil., la. TIHS PAPER may be fmmd on nte at uau. a-. EOWEIA, ays KiwspAFin AsvcsTDnia Bmuuo (IS 8prnco Btieet), where adver tiaiat contracts may HEWYORK. Vt U4d lot It u I nlh. Aura t-arw. ii i " "j-L.'vzjr MeudtwoetaTnpsfori'eletrted afedicalWorka, Addren. Wm f. Cl.AUaa.aC. fuT. !.. iSi South Clark Street, Cuicuo, III. dec-8-dty . CatarrH wtt k caun? It it a disease of the inuctHiH intmirane, generally original..!? in the nasal pAHrtat-s md mairiUiiiiiig ite 8tninlulU in the head. Fromtliipoim it Brntts fortn a ii sonouxviniH along I he me mtirsnous linings Bd throuis'l. Luc gealive OTgatis, cr Uiting tliu hlottd aiid nnwlm-tngot hertmu blesome and danger ouk symptoms. tonTiCAWil nvrrirr 1 cream Balm nas trained an enviable j mtm g ff V F aP re(Mitatton wherever WVT rMffMn known, displacingall ollierpn'panitioTis, A particle is apilu-d into each nofttril, relieves pain at once, is agreeable Ui Date. It Cleanses the Head. Allaavs ntiamatian Heales the Sores. Restores the Senses of laste, Smell, Hearing. A Thorough Treatment will Cure. lot. a Liquid or mmmmmmmmmmmmmm Mostrils. Snuti'. into Price 5flc. at drntrgirts, or hy mail. Send for cir cular. ELY BKOTBEKS, Druggists, Owego, N. Y . J sly G-dwly PU0FESS10SAL CARDS. ! WILLIAM JACKSON, TTOXNEY AT LAW. Office in Rock Islaed LKatiuaal Bank Building, llnck lrland, 1 U. J. M. BEARDSLEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW Office wilh J. T. Ken worthy, 17: sii-coudavcuue. aii-l-tiHbiii. H. C. CONNELLY, TTDKNEY ANB tHirNSKl.LOK AT LAW. IV Ris k Island, I lis. lltllre in Post time. l;mld- lug, over Mituocll Lvude .ml in. ' Bauk, Room No 8 nov-W-dwly i . D. mini. C. X.. KALKKR. SWEENEY & WALKER, k TTORNKYS AND COl NSKLLOKS AT LAW. AOIBce in Bengslou's block. Risk Island, III. aug-l-dwy E. W. HURST, ATTORNEY AND COl NSKI.I.OU AT LAW. tlflice iu Masonic Tenitde hliH-k. over Um k l- laud National Batik, Kork Island, III. srpt-ik dull M. M. CORBETT, ATT No TTHKNE Y AT LAW, Solicitor int fcaucerv and otary Public, Abstracts, iians aud coliec Hons. Offlra. Buford s Block, su avenue, ovci Baker's .lewelrv.iow nov--.sl-,llv GUIDO BECK, A RCIIITECT. Second Avenue, over Peoples National Baak, Rock Island, Illinois. nov-2!-dli BUSINESS D1KECT0UY. 1UN.SM1TUS. J Wolff, Chas., Ill Seventeenth street. yAKNESS MANL.PACTl'KKRS. Hauerman, Jolm, 219 seveiitei-ntn street. JJAKDWAKE. atewart A Monttromery, ,9iiu second avenue. JJERL'HANT TAILttRS. Wewlt, H. lMfcf secoud avenue. JEWSPAPEKS. The Rock Island Daily Aaoi's: published every evening, (Suuday i-scpted In Argus block, on- lie I'ostoiuce. eesl auvenisilig tueaium iu me city. The Kis-k isiana vt beklt akuus; puuusueu every Friday. A tine job department iu connec tion with the establishment. I E8TATJRANT8 AND CONFECTION ERS. I Krell. rred.. UH9 second avenue. gALUONM. Westphal, John. 181v eecutul avenne. I G. Iteon, 1805 Second Avenue. Is well stocked with a fuJl lino of goods for Gentlemen's Wear, comprising all the Novelties of the Season, AND AS LOW As they can possibly be bought G. W TOMLINSON, Veterinary Surgeon, AND AUCTIONEER. Will attend to all calls for mr services. Best of references given. Address, . ; OBION, ILLS. sept-Wtf Flifiiifi mDIsmmmm IXfetakUahed fl DuVuio it ' ALLEHTTJSOF LADDERS IN STOCK Or Made to Order. z Painters. Mechan- Pr- les and Farmers asAjuurueai ears for our which are made of the Best Spruce Plank. SERD FOR PRICE LIST. Special Attention given to Furnish ing Corporations Ladders for Fire Purposes'. Cor.4th&LeClair9 .,. Streets, DAVENPOET. m IOWA. , PARTITION SALE. State nr Ii.mnois, I Hoik Island County, (" ' ,l ' In the Circuit Conrt; In Chancery. Katie Rcilly vs. Thomas Kcilly, Barney ReiUy". l'atrtcfc Kellly, Katie Hartrn. Margaret Miu-k anlioa. Kugcnc Hcillj-, Jr., John Kebly, Michael lliley, Maria Hi llly and Eugene Kellly, Parti tion General Ko. MU. Kotice Is herchy iven that hv virtue of a de cree of said court, entered in the ahove entitled cause, on Hie llllh liny of June, A. I)., lSS"i, I shall on Friday the 31st day of Jnly, A. U.. 18HR. at the hour of one o'clock in the af icrnoon, at the north cVwrof the Court House, in the cily of Kock Isl and. in Slid county of Itnrlt Island, tosntisfv ssid dei-n-e. sell at (uihlie vemlua. to the hiiihest and hestliiildcrforcash. Hist certain narcel of laisl. Hiluate i the county of I'ork Island and stau- of llliiioi", known and descrihed ss foliows. to-wit: The Hi $4 fret of lots li and 12 in block Sol 1 noimwm & Wells' addition to the city of ltock Miami. Dated at ltock Island. Illinois, this SOth dsv of rtiiuc, a. x., ina. IIKNRY CURTIS, Wster in Chancery, Kork Island Co., III. Parks X Pleasants, Contorts Sui tors, did Sherifl's Sale. By virtue of Two Kpecisl Kxecitions and Fee Hills Nop. h'.ll5aud V.Hll. issued out of th.; clerk's oilier or the circuit court of Kis-k Island comity, ar,u sisie or Illinois, ana lo me directed, whereltv I am commanded tonaake the amount of a certain judgment recently ouiainra against 1). L. La Hue in fnvorof Kinehart, Ballard & Co., out of the lands. U-netnents. goods and chattels of the said dt-feiidsut, 11. L. l.a Rue, I have levied upon the following nroiierfv. to-wit: iiiesouih nsir or the southeast quarter of section No. Eleven 111, and the east half ot the north east ouarlcr of section No Kotlrteeu 14, all ill township No. Nireteen 1ft north runire two east of the fourth nrinciosl me- riiliau, in the counly of Kock Islaud aud sUU- of Illinois. Therefore, according to said command. I shall eose for sale, at public auction, all the right, title snd interest of the above named 11. L. La Rue in and lolhe ahovc descrihed H-operty. or. Monday thcjillhday of July, 1XSS, at 4 o'clock p.m., al the north door of t lie court house in the city of Kock Island, m the county of Rock Isl ami and state of Illinois, for cash ia hand, to sat isfy said executions and fee bills. listed at iimk Island, this V.ilti day of June, A D..1SS5. .IdllN M. liKTK'KKK, Sheriff of Rock Island Count t, Illinois. SOdtd. " "CANDEE" ARCTICS "WTTIT ; DOUBLE THICK BALL. Two Years TEST. The M Caktjee " Urania Co. give a hetter Rub ber than can be obtained elsewhere for the Bam 'money, with their great improvement of the DOI'BI.E THICK BALL. The ertra thickness ol rubber right under the tread, gives lKlLBLK KEAB. Ask to esc the CASDEE n Donble Thick Ball Rubbers in Boots, Arctics, Overshoes, Aiaskas, &c A Common C. II. FARGO & CO., Wliolesale Agents, Candee Co. CHICAGO. june 15-codCm COOK'S CD yltj$ W ?l"ir."iMHl . o I - -CD s CD o X E o - tin the touof the box is an inclined cover which prvveuts tlie raiu fronienU-rlni:: attached to the covers, on top and bottom, are sprtmra which keep them always closed, la heu the lop cover closes it strikes a ts-lj to let vou know tliat your pajier has come. It is the finest invention of the age. The Auoirs is thik a-.Tt-nt in the city for these hol es. They are supplied lo ihe Akuus subscribers ai a very low price. PUBLICATION NOTICE. 8tati of Im.inom, i KtM-k li-liunl County j In tlie Conutjr Court to the July Term. 1S5. Iu Ue inaitcrof Ihe pt'tHiitn of Tltomai Watson for sjtjHjintnit'tit of a Consenalnr for Itomlliy Ann K. ntson alk-eed to be a apentlrttrifi. Ttie Hstitl JiMrnUiy Auu b. Wutsou is ht-reby tsotiiiod tbat on I lie Hind liny of June, lHr, Thoma Watson Hied hif ix-tition in fliftcmirt. aainni her, for an In quiry by s;ud curt, whether he be a. wiitlthrtft or not, iitl if in the vt riiirt or a jury, it be ad judged that nh w a Mwiidthrift, that raid conrt apioiiit a Cfltiitcrvator for her to take charge and ttie management of her wtate and tiie cuhUkI) and care of hex Mriou, and with suoh powers and thines at" are utoial and ttrorn'ria nticu cawea. That a nutninona aw (hereupon indued aahiit aer, airtKJeO to trie iiienu ol kaiu county, made returnable to the July term of wid eonrt, to ie held at the t -onrt hoUMe In the city of Kotfe lui and, on the 2nd Monday of July. ISSS. when and where theaid jHrathy Ann K. Watsoo la notified and required to be and appear and aiiHwer to id petition. Dated at Bock Island this 22nd day of Jane. RICBARO A. DONALDSON. Cleric. . Jls. M- DuBusLir, Att y for Petitioner. AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER Attend Sales i irraia - CITY OB COUNTRY, at moderate ehargea, or Receive Consignments and make prompt relnrna. tteond Aisnas B0CX llLAIO ILL. atujldtf. Law Co .UUiUW UUUUU1U SHail-Ms js- isv . . a Sense fei"tts:V t Thoneh p&Inful and wearlntf almost heynnfl endurance, is not an inciu-able disease if treat ed in time. Perhaps no other disease has so baffled the efforts of science and medicine as this, butatlasta remedy has len discovered in rrV(V(VY& CURES RHEUMA- iyWUWVWt xiSM, and is heartily en dorsed hymany of the Leading Physicians. WHAT THEY SAY: "TOMQAUHB is dniac all that is ulniraed It will An i. li. BKAKKK-r. m. v . vaniriii, , 111. I FOR SALE BY ATX ITTJUOOIRTS; VT - A. A. NIELLIER. IM. Proprknor. 10'J aui DUFFY'S PURE : MALT VHISKE THIS WHISKEY SHOULD EE FOUND ON IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL. OO NOT BE DKCKIVED. Many DnBTgista anil Grocers who do not have Bufl' Pure) HI alt Wbtakev-iu stock, attempt to palm off on customers, whiskey of theiron-nholtlinf;, which being of an inferior grade and adulterated, pays them a larger profit. ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS Send us your address and we will mail book containing vahinhie information. Hampla yvart Bottle gent to any address in the United StatestEastof the Bocky Mountains), securely packed in plain ease, Express charges pnpnid on receipt of 81.Su) or Sue Bottles sent for SS.OO DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.. Baltimore. Mi, U S. aiay-t-deodwly i CALL AT G lVifllSr & BELL'S NewMSamplellRoom, Market Square- jSTThe beat of Wines, Liquor. Beer and Clears ai (rays on hand. an(r;-l6-d1 jr HENRY STRUVE'S SAMPLE ROOM, Inthc room formerly occupied as a IU- Twpntiptll StrPPt Confectionery by Frank Math. 1x1 - 3 1 5 A CIHIctll Oil cel. 3T"The best of Beer, Wiues, Liquors and Cigars constantly on hand. apl-20-dly DR. ITOSGrA-TE, 309 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa, 20 years practice, makes all private diseases a specialty, such Stricture, Impotency, Spermalorrltoen, all urinary troubles and mercurial affections of the throat, Cancers, Tumors, Piles, Catarrh ed successfully. Consultation All letters promptly answered THE MOLINE WAGON. The Moline Wagon Comp'y TWIOllaXINriS.'XXjIjIIVrOXS ; Manufacturers of Farm, Spring and Freight Wagons. . A full and complete line of Flat-form and other Spring Wagons, cspecinlly aiUptuit to tli Western Trade, of superior workmanship and finish.. 3P"Illnstrated Price List free on application. See the Moline Vai,'on "before purchasing others luar-15-dwly . I CAT TJTOTtfSTl WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE sea. at cAsmiHiNo t&HsSn&.s? ft,,iri?SWatervriler,- ' yg-- -rJi..i.V CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY Bfr reason of lt central position and close relation to nil principal linen Flint and west, at Initial and .terminal point, conHtltuuw the tnoHt Important inld-cotitt-nental linlc in ttiut HyKtum of tlironpfh tianHixirttitlon wliicli Invites and facili tates travel and truffle between cities of the Atlantic and Pacilic Coasts. It Is also the tavonttt and best route to and from points Kant, Northeast and Southeast, and corresponding points W est, Nort hwest and Booth weet. The Hoc kc Island system Includes in its main lino and branches, Chicago Jqllet, Ottawa, La Salle, Peoria, Ueneseo, Moline and Ro;lt ltdand, in Ulliiols: Davenport, Muscatine, Washlntrton, Falrtleld, Otr.tiniwa. Oskafoosa, West Liberty, Iowa City, Dos Molnew. lndinnola. Wlntorset, Atlantic, Knoxvllle, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrte Centre and Council Blutls, In Iowa; Uullatin, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri: Leavenworth and Atchison, In Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and rit. Paul, in Minnesota; VV'atertowu la Dakota, and hundreds of intermediate cities, towns, villages and stations. THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantees Its patrons that sense of personal Bocority afforded by a solid thoroughly ballasted rotid-bed; smooth irackn ot continuous steel rail; sub stantially built culvert and bridges; rollltiK stock as near perfection as human slciu can makie It; the safety operation of all Its trains. , nuu btiai. vjioajmius i its trams, other spoclalUes or tl; DOints in Onion Dsiiolh. anil the i all connecting points in Onion Daoola. and luxuries of Its Passenirer Equit Xuries of Its Passentrer Ekiuioment. The Past Exnress Trains between ns Det posed of well ventilated, finely upholstered Day Coaches, Magnificent Pullman Palace Sleepers of the latest desisrn, and sumptuous Dining Cars, In which elaborately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, "good Dteestlon waiting-on Appetite, and Health on both." Between Chicago and Kansas City and Atchison, are also run the Celebrated Reclining Chair Curs! THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Is the direct and favorite line between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul, where connections are made in Union Depots for all points In the Territories and British Provinces. Over this route, Past Express Trains are run to the watering places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and hunting and rlsh Inggrounds of Iowa and Minnesota. It is also the most deairablo route to the rich wheat fields and pastoral lands of Interior Daktita. Still another DIRECT LINE, via Seneca and Kankakee, has been opened between Newport News, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Lafayette and C"k5.21 5iut JPV1?9 cltv' Mmieapolia and St. Paul and intermediate points. mJr2L de,tal mt'orma.tton see Maps and Folders, obtainable, as well as "ckta, at all principal Ticket Offlcaa In the United States and Canada; or R. R. CABLE. Prtaidant snd General Manager, Chicago. HEIMBECK'S DRUG STORE, Corn.r of Third AveLn and Tenth street. Bock Island. TrescrlptioM carefully compounded by ree atered Fharmaclsta. luly-StWly uIId a eas. of InflammstoiT Itheura.tlsni of tuwly til tha l.nro isnt.. U.w ToNtjALlNJi, and to-duy my Wl'eut is out and doing- well." ; W,W. Baxteb, M. D., Hsrsmau, III "In myopinSnn Tohoaijsi supenedea all ether MMSUlisl rueumaue iRNsjia.. - S. C. WoasiUM, M 0., Uarenf o. Ml. nn iriven TnseATJTCR a fair trinl. anit think ft the it;Uiody 1 have ever found fur ULeuniaUaiu." B. F. Davis, Sturgeon, Mi W ONE BOU.AR PER BOTTLM. 711 VTASU1SQTOS AVESUK, BT. JsOUlH. Pneumonia, Consumption, Dyspepsia and Wasting Diseases. I'osiffvrfw Believed and Natum Kiafr in resforri(7 Yt talpo wert THE SIISEBOAED OP EVEEY FAKILY DRUCCISTS AND GROCERS. - , as Syphilis, Gonorrhaa, Gleet, skin and bones. and all chronic diseases treat and correspondence free. mar-18-dly CEOCRAPHV OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL im wiak, that the appliances of patent buffers, platforms uiouipillie WHICH which truverns tha nrncticnl of this route are Transient at the unsurpassed comlorts and Chimim nrtrt th. KflcontiH T?l-.ap a . E. ST. JOHN, General Ticket and Fisicsger Agent, Chicag ... -'Cf ii . a Dr. E. F. FISH, 92 Wisconsin St., MILWAUKEE, . WISCONSIN. .. SPECIAL ATTENTION Given to Throat and Luna; Complaints, Diseases peculiar to Women, Privato Diseases of both Sexes: all Skin Disorders. Hours 8 to 10 A. M 3 to 3 F. M., and 7 to 8:80 P.M. - ' Correspondents please enclose stamD mar-ltHdwly V '