A Clear Skin
only a part of beauty ;
,ut it is a part livery lady
nay have it ; at least, what
ooks like it. Magnolia
tolm both freshens and
RON WORKS !
Patent Cst and Wrought
'heaxvst Fence in the World
for Residence or Cemetery
Made any Height Desired.
:T- VI k i .1 of IRON and MACHINE work
iirninjiSv -t n I sutis.'aetion ;riiaranteed.
r:t.- I. I't !(..
Rock Island, III.
4C1 und 400 Broadway,
'II K most esters. vc m
tbe V'niU'ii Mute
;Dl'.. Kexsisciton, Pres't.
Til EAT ALL (. llli'JNIO DlsEASBS
A.v:. MsEasES OF EYE AM) EAtt.
VE CURE CATARRH
! n. -lift-. f the Throat am! Lmp.
: i:.-ci- s ff women w;:h wonderful
:i-t- Electric:.? and Ho: Air-Bath?.
.MTIVEI.Y CURE ". nuiial weakness
;.r.-s of a i.r'viiti' nut. ire; perform the
, v -ir ,e:ii op.-runoT!-. Ji'ui correct de-
WtiU'5 in fir i-xien-.ve lahra-
for ti.r r. ::.. s-:l
ll.l.l.sTltA - ::i.j'- fur
THE MUn SAYIH8S
(ITS;." -re-' x.y$i '. L,,.;-.':'t-f,;I',".!ro;?.'
KOLltfE - - ILLMfOia
t'pec (is: v f.-on " A
M. :n d i. y..sc5 03 Tne
- 1 : s ::;:
B.e:t ..::t- qi
EOJ!'.:T' AND AD k'AXTAOHS.
Tb pr.vt property o' the Tretteet i re-p-m
'.h'etorhe depo::ors. Tee ofSctrsare prohil.lied
rcia borrow:-- ar,y of i;t mnceyt. Minor as
mrr eo w.ci w.e-.wi bypecit'. law.
0rrr:-BR: . vr. Tekelock, Prs'.i'jLtiJoEJi
flnnn. V:-e ?rifiEr : C. F. Hkhbhwat. 'ahl
1,rt'rEKs: '.V. Wr.et.-iocii. Pr-er S.ricer
C. W.Lofca:i. Sv .-t t ester. H W.i'atfiee.C.
T. GrtT'.z. A. s. -.Vr:.-r.. K. Hemtiwty. Jonx
Ijof f'. i v;. -r -v C. II. S'oildard.
tyThe ':.' s.i---.- j v;r..- Ttar.fc-u RorA
WHEAT Baktsz Pawdar
a -a i. j i.K.M '.!. mi ::. ir-t !'H-.-i)
u: : v, h::::a
. . : a:.i. '.ciriiHT'.iii-..
Dyspeptics can eat.
MAKT1N KAI.BFI.KIM H'W SONS.
Irtahiuhed lsa. MW YOKK.
For sale by all Leading Gro
cers. The Acme Ledger
A device for keeping small and tranrlfiit ac.
coiiritn; the late-tand ht-t: a nect "ity to t'vry
bu-iri. mini; unvxctlU" for tir'nith, tn-atity
Somv of the ft'lvsn'aiT'-" To be derived from the
ii"-' of 'hi- Lc-(.!j.t arj : ,
1. A!l vmai! arcountu are by tht,m,lve, in
ft "life ).;'( und madvn'jlin bill form, with one to
thr.-f v:i;;;ii.'j suved.
- For cok'Moii the book mp.y b carried in
tin p('k-t. If the b:ll i paid it if torn out; if not
it i- r-ady for the nest time.
'1. r- rtie ra!l to pay. mr.rh time iff cav
ed as Ui'j t. j :e uly to be receipted.
Tbf Ledjrer i net limited to any cpecial huti
ne. but can be i.?t(J U) advantage in any retail
Arty biiMnep man who 1 on the lookont for
pfacttcal and tinie-aving inventions cannot af
ford to paf Thi- wiTliotit a trial, which involve?
no ri-k, a the bill furnished are alone worth the
muitpy for the purpose; of bill heads or state
ment. County Rights for Sale.
All orders promptly filled. Price of Ledger,
with l.(kH) bill heads, neatly orbited. H.75.
All orders tor the Ledger, and all requests for
county rights, must be addressed to
J. W. POTTER.
Aegus Omci. Rock Island. 111.
WATK1NS k HILL,
Dry and Green Wood.
Will a!o attend to Hauling of all ainde
Office at yards, corner of 25th street on Mol'xe
ayenv.e. Telephone So 197; orders may he
eft at either place oct-Jb-dtf
G. W TOMTJNSON,
Will attend to all calls for my services. Best of
Aimr.Ess. . OK10", ILLS.
A List of Appointments.
Washd-gtox City, July 27. The presi
dent has made the following appointments:
To be surveyor of custom Richard Sin-
nott for the port of New Orleans, La.
To be collector of customs Peter F. Coz-
bill for the district of Petersburg, Va. ; Ben
jamin R, Tate for the district of New Lon
don, Conn.: Bradley B. Smalley for the dis
trict of Vermont; Oliver Kelley for the dis
trict of Perth Amboy, N. J.
Joseph B. Baker, appraiser of merchan
dise, district of Philadelphia, Pa.
Daniel J. Moore, assistant appraiser of
merchandise in the district of New York.
Colin F. MacDonald, to be receiver of pub
lic moneys at Saint Cloud, Minn.
To be azents for the Indians Joseph B.
Kinney, of Missouri, at the Uintah agency.
in Vtah; Thomas Jennings, of Wisconsin, at
the Green bay agency, m V isconsin.
(iabriel C. Whartnn, of Virginia, was ap
pointed inspector of surveyors general, and
district land offices; Clinton Bell, of Illi
nois, chief of ascent; division pension o"i"e;
Chester K. i aulkner, of Indiana, chief ot
record division pension ffice; Charles
Snackle'ord, cf Colorado, special swamp
lan I agent; C U-born, of Tennessee,
Indian agent at Pawnee and Otoe agency,
Indian territory; T. A. burns agent at
akima agency, Ltah; J. L. HalL of
Texas Indian agent at Comanche agency
Indian territory: Fred Hoover, agent at
Osage agency, Ind.an territory; T. H.
Allen, of California, pension agent at San
Francisco, vice henry Cox, suspended; E.
H. Bruce, special agent o! the general land
A Bis Kail way Scheme Settled.
Boston, July 27. The long-deferred
scheme cf the Chicago, Burlington &
Quincy management to take a more active
part in competing lor northwestern traffic
wa.s developed by the action of the directors
in deciding to offer shareholders f 7,000,
000 of tlO,0JO,0oO of bonds and stock of a
new road to St. Paul, to be called the Chi
cago, Burlington & Northern. The question
was whether it give the building to a syndi
cate, or fur Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
to build it by a subscription from the share
holders. The cmpany will retain $3,000,
00O of the securities. The bonds
will 1 5 per cent, issuas, it is said,
at W. with six shares of stock
at 35 with each bond. The Chiccgo, Burling
ton (Quincy guarantees 50 rer cent of the
earnings ani a minimum of $li'0,000 per
year as a sinking fund for the redemption
of the bonds. Tim action of the Chicago,
Burlington & Quincy will doubtless meet
with a hearty welcome by the stockholders
of the Northwestern, St. Paul, and the
several r .ds from St. Paul to Dulath.
Joe Mackln's Cat.
Chicamo, ju'.v 2' In sneaking to a re
porter a'.out the Alaekin case Mr. Storrs
said tba-. he was well satisfied with the suc
cess of his exertiens in his client's behalf
thus tar, but that Le intended to do even
more. He hat not given the question of get
ting Mackin out of jail on tail any considera
tion for the time being that was a matter
of minor importance, he sai l; but hi was
positive that before many days he w,.uld
prevail upon Justices i?hope and Craig to
fix the amount of bail and release Mackin
from custody. 'Mors than that, he con
tinued, "I am going to get a rever-al of the
finding of the lower court. If tho-e two
ju-tices had the least grounds for refusing
to grant that writ of supersedeas they would
have done s , but tbey had to grant the
Carried the Awful Secret for Thirty Years.
SmRLKYSHur.t;, Pa.. July -7. Nearly
thirty years ajo J . an R. Hicss, a wealthy
and influential cit z-nof thisplao, suddenly
disappeared and no trace of him was ever
found. On Tuesiav li-: Mrs. Mary Peauy,
an oid woman res: ling at Vineyard Mills,
made an aflilivit before 'Squire Burl, in
which she stare-that Hicks wa, murdered
and ro'. bed of c l.ir-e sum of money which
he had on his p?r,-.n at the tim3, ani his
b:dy coriceilel amon the rocks in Ger
many valley, tnis county. The murder was
d m9 by two sirtiers stopping at Mrs.
Beatty's father's hous-. and she allsges that
their threats on Ler lifa compelled her to
keep the secret until now.
GREExstvRO, Inl. , July L'7. The jury in
Biock cases ret irned a verdict of voluntary
manslaughter and a penalty of two years in
the pen;ttiar-. bioci wept at the an
nouncement. Tae verdict i regarded as
just The former ver jict was for life. The
defendant expected an acquittal.
A Treacher l aion Miscesenation.
Lafavette, Iii I . J.iiy '". Quite a flurry
was creal a. t.: B ittle (i.-'iund c-ainp-meetin
fcy tj? K.-c. tV. H. Hickman, a
Methodist prescaer fr.-m South Ji.-.id. The
reverend gentleieau i:i an a idre-s on the
subject, -What Sia.l V.'e !) with
the Xegrof t..t broad grounds
in favt r of tr.i-ceieuatiori or amalga
mation. He denied that coloniza
tion was possible, as wa; also the
theory advocated ry Pre-idetit Madison of
e-tatlish.n tiie llac- as a separate nation.
Jvothing but the iot-rmarnage o the race
could solve the problem. As a matter of
course, the "brethren and sisteren' woo
.stoned to the dic utse were horrified.
and the feeling is very intense again.-t
Brother Hickman for disseminating such
het.Tod-x views within the sacred precincts
of the campgroun is.
Cattle riaue in the South.
Sew 0P.LEA3S. July 27. A correspondent
reports a terrible state of affiirs m the Teche
country, western Louisiana, owing to the
ravages of the cattle plague. He beard of
one place where there are over fifty car
casses decomposing in about twenty-five
acres. The stench at night was intolerable.
Steps are being taken by the authorities to
have the carcasses burned, oil being used
for this purpo-e. Two gallons of oil is said
to suffice for the consumption of a carcass.
A hardware dealer told a reporter many
people were buying gimlets. On inquiry,
he found they were used to bore holes into
the skulls of sick horses to let out what the
country people suppose is bad water from
the brain. The affl icted animals die quickly
after being attacked by the malady. The
plague is general through that section.
A Minting Treasurer.
Chicago, July 27. William Starr, treas
urer of the Pricklayars' and Stonemasons'
union, is missing, nearly $5,000 of tue funds
of the association said to have gone with
him. The books are in a dreadfully mixed
up condition, abounding in false entries. His
dishonesty is a total surprise to the organ
isation, and it leaves their treasury in bad
Done by the Leading Citizens.
AusiSTOH, Ala, July 27. A special dis
patch from Douglass ville, lis,, a small
town on the Georgia Pacific railway, says:
"A negro committed a terrible outrage
Thursday night on a highly respectable
young white girL She died Friday. The
negro was captured and lynched at 9
o'clock Friday evening by a mob composed
of leading citizens of the county."
A Meddlaeoina Policeman.
Tolbbo, Obio, July 27. In the saloon d
William Brown Friday evening Daniel Car
penter, a bra Iceman, fired three shots at his
wife, causing two frightful wounds in bar
head. A policeman seised Carpenter while
in the act of discharging the pistol at him-
ielf. Mrs. Carpenter can not recover.
Jealousy was the cause.
- Kiel's Secretary Acquitted.
WrssiPEO, July 27. T. W. Jackson,
Riel's secretary, was tried and acquitted at
Regina, on the ground of insanity. The
3-own consented to the verdict, having itself
offered evidence of insanity. The trial was
Two per cent of the voting population
of Bell county, Kentucky, is charged with
ADVICE TO KOTHEKS.
Are you disturbed at nieht and broken
of vour rest by a sick chii J suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottie oi Airs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething. Its vaiae is incalculable.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer im
mediately. Depend upon it mothers.
there is no mistake about it. li cults
dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom
ach and "bowels, cures wind colic, soft
ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and
gives tone and energy to trie wnoie sys
tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup
for Children Teething is pleasant to the
taste, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurses and phy
sicians in the United States, and is for
sale by all druggists throughout the
world. Price 25 cents per bottle.
feb-2s-m-w-g- m 1-y
London dealers in birds received, when
the fashion was at its heiciit, a single
consignment of 32,000 humming birds
and another at one time received 30,000
equatic and 300,000 wirfgs.
An Enterprising, Reliable
Hartz & Bahnsen can always be relied
upon, not only to carry in stock the nest
ot every thing, but to secure the Agency
for such articles as have well known mer
it, and are popular with the people,
thereby sustaining the reputation of being
always enterprising, ami ever reliable
Having secured the Agency tor the eeie
brated Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, will sell it on a positive
guarantee. It will surely cure any and
every affection of Throat. Lungs, and
Chest, and to show our confidence, we
invite you to call and get a l'nal Bottle
The muncinal debts of the five princi
pal cities of New York are: New York.
90, 844. 055; Brooklyn, 137,7:5.630; Buf
falo, $7,9?1.2G7; KotbeMer, $5,384,000,
and Albany, $3,103,000.
Confucius was a erund old philosopher
in his day, but the pbilosphv of this later
age is that which teaches us to make use
of the things that are designed to benefit
us. Thus the true philosopher, who may
be troubled with kidney or liver alleo
tion9, diseases of the stomach, or diseases
arising from a disordered condition of the
blood, will have no hesitation in resort
ing to Mishier's Herb Bitters as just the
thing they are looking for, to re-establish
their health. Thousands of certificate
attest the worth of the medic;ne.
A contractor offered to build the Bur
tholdi pedestal for S199.O0O. The com
mittee however went on m its own way
and the resnlt is thst the pedestal w
cost about 400,000.
We Caution AH Against Them
The linpri ctdentcd success and mer:
of Ely's Cream B:dm a real cure for ca
tarrh, hiy fever and cold in the head
has induced many adventurers to place
catarrh medicines benrins some ri-scm-
ce in appearnnce. tv!o or name up
on the mirket. la ordt r t- tiartf upon tpe
reputati.in i.-f Eiv's Cnau Bulm. Manv
in y-.tir immediate 1 c!ity will 'est if y in
highest commendation of it. Don't be
, deceived. Buy oclv Eiv's Cream Balm.
A particle is applied in:- eaeii nostiil; no
pain: ai-n-eable n u-e . Price fifty cents:
"Pisa BiuC A-seuibly" is the awkwaid
name of an institution modeled after
Chautauqua and located on the banks
ot the M:s.iisiip!i, nesir the modth of the
Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" is
not extolled as a "curt all," but admiras
biy fulfills a singleness oi purpose, being
a mot potent specfic in those chronic
weaknesses peculiar to women. Particu
lar! in Dr. Pierce's lurge treaties on dis
eases peculiar to women. 100 pages, sent
for 10 cents in stamps. Address World's
Dispensary Medical association, 603 Main
street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Miss Cleveland's book was written on
Irish linen paper, ibe is the first lady of
tne i hue house to write, or rather to
publish Eny continued literary work.
AN AKBWZB WANTED-
Can any one brinit us a (rise of Kidney
or Liver Complaint that the Eletric Litters
will not speedily cure We say that they
can not, ns thousands of cases already per
manently cured and and who are daily re
commending Electric Litters, tvill prove.
Unghls Disease, Diabetes, week Luck, or
any urinary complaint yiiokly cured; they
purify the blood, regulate the bowels, and
act directly on the diseased parts. Every
bottle guaranteed. For sale :it ."inc. a bot
tle by Hartz &, B-dinsen.
Nearly L'O.OlKJ.lM.m eL-trs are shipped
across tbe Atlantic to this country, chief
ly from Antwerp and Hamburg, during
the summtr months of each year.
Backlen'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
ped hands, and ad skin eruptious, guaran
teed to cure in every instance, or money
refunded. 25 cents per bos For sale by
Hartz v. Rahnsen
Grape plants are to be taken from this
country by the Austrian goverment, in
the hope that fresh vines will resist the
Ilay Fever. I have beeu a great suf
ferer from Ilay fever for 15 years. I read
of the many wondrous cures by Ely's
Cream Balm and thought I would try
once more. In 13 minutes after one ap
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 heard 01.-
Duhamel Clark, farmer, Lee, Mass
Price 50 cents.
There are 1,6(X) kinds of pears, 1,500
sorts of apples, 150 plums, more than 150
varieties of gooseberries, and about 125
HOKSFOHU S HID PHOSI'HATK
A Valuable Serve Tonic
Dr. C. C. Olmstead, Milwaukee. Wis.,
says: '1 have used it in my practice ten
years, and consider it a valuable nerve
There seems to be a trustworthy evis
dence to the fact that boiled celery not
the raw stem is a preventive of rheuma
tism. Have never used anything with such
success in neuralgia and rheumatism as
Tongaline. J. W. Flanders, M. D.,
By the end of 1S86 the reconstitution
of the French war material will have cost
Humt's Kidney and Liver Remedy is
excellent in all of the diseases of females.
For delicate women, no medicine equals
president Cleveland is
worn and wrinkled.'
Nervous Debilitated Men.
You are allowed a free trittl of thirty
days of the use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated
Voltaic Belt with Electric Suspensory
Appliances, for the speedy relief and jer-
manent cure of ervous Debility, loss or
Vitality and Manhood, aud all kindred
troubles. Also, for many other diseases.
Complete restoration to health, vigor and
manhood guaranteed. No risk is incurred.
Illustrated pamphlet, with full informa
tion, terms, etc., mailed free by addresss
ing Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
deod & w.
A Georgia man tried to cut the cords in
the feet of his daughter, so that she could
not imperil her soul by dancing.
To all who are suflering from the errors
and indiscrttions of youth, nervous weak
ness, eariv decav, loss ot manhood, ic,
I will send a recipe that will cure vou
FREE OF CHARGE. This treat remedy
w discovered by a missionary in bouth
America. S.-nd a self a.i.he-! envelope
to the Rev. .losKrH T. Ixmas, Station D,
New York City
A celebrated doctor says tht Hunt's
Remedy is a sure cure for heart disease
and there is no substitute for it."
WANTED Live Canvassers in every county
in ihe I'mte.l Stales to sell FOX'S PATENT KE-
VEH-1HI.E SAD IHoX, which comb nes two nd
Irons, P- li-her. Filler. sKc. one iron doinr the
work of an entire -et of oruinarv ir-.r. 's
hea!-r,2 by c:i or a'rohol lamp. DOES AWAY
WITH hOI KITCHENS. Pi ice .u .;.-n.:.-.
larire ann lasting income r.srin u if. i: or: ci;v:.ss
ers. Aihlress, for circulars . 4c. FuX SAUIKOS
CO.. :.j Keadc- St.. N. V.
JUMIlTCrtltSTnXTGFNT. AmMtiOM, Enerirettc
If Mil I CIitmi,rn.i f.ll ot.r orders In hi-s sec-
a af ail lltiou. K.-i-onsil!e B.e. Befen-nepg
1 IVlHil IleichaiiKert. jAlsoicIC A I A I
ilfren-Dt li'lartuielit.lvAI .-tt,.I.7c ti mr
liAY BROS-, LOS 1,3S5,.N. i.155 I J 51ul
ANTFD Lftiie and ct nT!imn in city o
$3 to $4 a day can be en:? nifi1 ; work sent by
mail ; i o cfinvaiit(t. Wt have food domitiid for
our work and furnish teadv emiilovineiir. Ai
irr. with Ptamp.CROUN" M'F"G COMPANV.
294 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
may be fount on
n:e at GEO. P.
Bcbead (10 Spruce
t-treet), where adver
tiuox contract may
U ILAd lot it IB
Outrh. aor? inrf. m.
B9Stz& tw-OBtamps for t'elet-rated ai ed.cal w orts.
Address. F. I. CLARKE, 21. A., lS6 South
CiarK SlTCCt, CHICAGO, 1LX-
Wkat is Catarrh:
It S :i disease of
i--,i; ra'ly oriitct
:ii the lia-al pa-t-M
roi;h:id in th
f.TTii a )
i d ti.rciL'ii the
il thi? b;iKua
Im mi; o:lur tr
on:e av.d Cuv,
aii.r d nn v. .at,
ruuT;iliou w htTeV
o: lierprenpt-:tat;on . A par:
each uo-tr:i relieves I,a-n a'
:t-V ai.'iiv.i Hit
It Cleanses the Head. Allaays
ln iatiiatiaii. Heaies tlie cres.
Restores the Senses of taste.
iSnieil. Hearing. A Thorou;li
Treatment will Cure. Not a
Li'iuid or JSnnrf. Aopiy into
Pr'.ce M'c. a: drne;:t. cr by mail.
S- ndfiT c r-
ELY BROTHERS. Dtoffists. Owcco. V .
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Koch I
.A National Bank BuiMir:. Itock U!tu;'1. t:
J. M. BEARDSLEY.
4 TTOHNEY AT LAW Off ce -wi-
,t. T. Ken
a! woriliy. 172S Secondaver.ue.
H. C. CONNELLY,
TToRNEY AND COUNSELLUIt AT LAW.
.1 Rock i-'.ini:. li's. O.tice in Post office BjU
.i i:. over Mitcne'.l A Lj-mie's Bank, Rooms No
iiici 10. T:-iv--24-'.i.' ly
E. t. SWEENET.
C. L. WALXEK.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS ANDCOlNSELhoRS AT L .'.'.'
-Xfftce m ilent-lon's tdock. l:.c Is. and. I !.
E. W. HURST,
ATTOKNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
t)tt:ce in Ma?-onic Ttr:;i'if tiiack. o.t.r Rk& Ip
Mid Nfttipr,ai Back, Kock li-land. ill.
M. M. CORBETT,
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Solicitor inCtdncery aud
I isotury PuM;c, Aotractf, Loaii
tmn. Orace, Buford oIock, 2d
Baker Jewelry etore.
RCHITECT. Second Avenue.
National Bank, flock Inland. Illinois.
1805 Second Avenue.
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.
W. H. HATES. H. C. CLEAVELAS
Haves & Cleaveland,
Firs, Life & Accident Issiirssce,
OFFICE Besbstoh Block.
All Losses Promptly Adinsted and Palda this
ALL SIKDS 07
Or Made to Order.
3 Painters, Mechan-
Illij- ics and Farmers
ask your Deal
ears for our
which are made of
the Best Spruce
SEK3 FOR PRICE LIST.
given to Furnish
Ladders for Firo
State or lixiNnis,
Kock l-'ai:.? o.-!T;'
It O-e f,-.- ; i
irt : Ir. ( hir.
Kn'ie K.-i";:v T'.'-.n
:.s Reiliy. Barney Reiliy.
H ir-eni Margaret Mack--,
Jr.. ,l.,lin Hei iv. Miehae!
I'd Eiu-ene Reiily. Part: -
Patni k lie, i.y. Katie
;'.l:bia. E ,.i:i i e K. oii
Kilev. V,,r a p,-i!!y a
tioL--i-eii. r.t! "o.
Notice is h r :-v . iv.n
cree ot sa-il . .,r,rt. en'er.-.t iii :he tji.ve ei.titi.u
cause, on : tie p-:h .la v ef J t:re. A. :.. .-si. I Miai:
on Fri'iay the Mist day of ,!-ily, A. D..ls- at the
hour of oi.e u ( "o..k :n the aftV rtie.in. a! tl.e north
oorof the Ceurt Il-n-e. in the city of H'.'k I-!
i:d. iu sOd o!:i;tv of Rock Ilam:. to s:r:-f y said
Tee. seil at Tiuhiic veiidiie. in the hi-lie-t :n:d
iiest hinder f..t ( a-h. That certain parcel of land.
ittiate in the county of lit t k Isiand and sti.te of
Iili' oi-. kr.iwr. hi,.! d. scrihed n- follows. t(-vit
The south ' 4 tcer of le i and 12 in tdo. kKof
Thera; son J: Wilis' addii on tu the ( i-y of Re
Dated :.: K,. i k l-i.o:,:. lii'tois. tl.is Vr.n dsyof
Ji:i.", A. I)., ls-5.
HENRY Ct ItTlS.
V:tr :n t'h ..( ry. li-etj I-h.nii Co., IP.
Parks Pleas-NTs. (Vtmpi'tsft .t'tors. dt d
DOUBLE THICK BALL.
The " Camdsi " Rcxnr. Co. give a better Rub
ber than can he obi&.ned elsewhere for the same
money, with their treat improvement of the
DOl'BLE THICK BALL. The eitra thickness ol
rubber right cuct the tread, gives UOL liLL V tAE.
Ask to sec the 'CiMir.E" Dor.hle Thick Ball
Eubbers in Boots, Arct.cs, wcrshoes, Aiasaas, etc
C. H. FARGO & CO.,
Wholesale A cents. Candee Co.,
a '! f rfttn criteri'i '
covi r-.f n : ) ,ir i tivjum. are jr:r.i:- wtrru p
: -;riKt - a ' f .-.! ;o Wi yn-.j k::o tnat your paper
ias Citnie. It, tS.'" r'tieri n: vert ion .f the
TLe Anwrs if :iie airviiT in the cirv for thee I'-os-
They are np;i:ed tn tiie
Aifat ." Mitifcrit'trir
H 'x very !o' Mice.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
W. H. LUNDY,
CITY OR COUNTRY,
st moderate charges or
and make prompt return,
lacond Avenue B0CZ ilLAKO
J.M. BrroKD, G.M.Loosley, J. E. Looslet.
Buford & Loosley Bros,
The old Fire and Time-Tried companies Re
presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Rates as krw as an Reliable Company can afford
Yonr fatronaee le aouciteo.
WCtff rr in Arris Bloe
Dr. E. F. FISH,
92 "Wisconsin St.,
MILWAUKEE, : WISCONSIN.
Given to Throat and Lans Complaints. Diseases
peculiar to Women. Private Diseases of
both Sexes: all Skia Disorders.
Hours S to 10 A. M., 2 to 3 P. M., and
ifTTil ia l!4
X ill I
:. .d w.t o.'X is an tr.ciii'ed ev,T v.'!t.: n j
1 t.-j r
7 to 8:30 P.M.
Correspondents please enclose stamp.
How manv terrible aches one's poor head the indefinite achat an pains f Mrooa
: ,v. j. a. t,aB1 p&nente roKoALTNE w supener to any other ano-
has, and what suffering is caused by these Jvn(. Fr Kot,u, HeadiuS. Muscular Bhao
headaches. Relief may be had from errous, niatisni, it is tdmoat a stwific."
Neuralgic, or Sick Headache by the use of Pans RrrcHix, M. D., St. PauL Uina.
vSr Which is nota cure-all, but "Ht wed Touoaltfi tn cams ol Nmralsio
tv vhich is a cure for Nervous Hedcb with auccese in almoat evnry mataaoe.
, ... ........ In strictly Neuraljric forma it is aMioeUed."
Headache, Nedralgia, Rheumatism, (sciatica " " 0 niioBKni at P . Cincinnati, OUIe.
and trout Ko proprietary medicine has eyer j ToNOALr5E ha.lrty done food serylee in t-
obtained such strong endorsement oom the CMH( 0f tobitual Headache."
medical profession. ' Tmo. Hekmakx, M.D., St. Thomas, Ha
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLB.
A. A. MELLIER, Sole Proprietor. 709 and 711 WASHtSGTOM AVEMUE. 8T. LOP
Cor. Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth street,
PHILLIP TRENEENsrllVl . ROCK ISLAND.
tThl Hoti'c has been tboroisthly rmiv::t. d and re-f irnished thrmieliottt and is now open to the
...h!ie. Hnrder a! n.Mi-m Farmers will 'rirl 'hi- Ho'el a nice stoppiitc place. sp-fl!ni
In the room formerly occipied a
. confectionery by Frank Math,
STlie best of Beer. Wines. Liquors and t'i;ar
S03 Brady Street, Davenport. Iowa. 20 years practice, makes all
private ili?cas-s u specialty, stu-h FypJiilis. Gouuriluvt, Gleet,
Stricture, lmpotency. Spennatorrlaa. all urinary troubles and
mercurial affections of the throat, skin and lior.'-s.
Cancers, Tumors. Pils. Catarsh and all chronic diseases treat
ed successfully. Consultation and currespowleiiee free.
THE MOLTNI WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Comp'y
V'anufacrarcrii cf Fe
A f'-iii and complete line 0! I
ol complete line 0!
to t!:e We'er
'.-.'.-rated r- cr 1 i-- to
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE
SEE BV EXANIININU
'XpS if Green B fifB
jyfe L - 1 : -r;u
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY
Bv resson of it3 central position and close relation to all jtrir.c'.pel l'.nei East and
Wen et initial and tarmmul points, constitutes the raost importtntniid-conti-r.entel
link in taat sv.nera of t;irou?'u transportiition wbich invites pnd facili
tates, travel r.nd tralSc betTv-een citiess of tbe Atiar.tic and Pacific Coasts. It
is e'so tbe favorite end best route to end from points Eet't, Northeast and
Soutiiat, and corrPspondin? toints W et, Northwest end Southwest.
The Rocs I.-land sv8t?m includes in Its main brio end fcrcncl-es, Chicnpo,
Joliet, Ottawa, La Stile, Peoria, Geneseo, Molino e.nd Koci Island, in Illinois:
Davenport, Muscatine, Washington, Fa'.rtleld, Otturawa. Oskclocsa, West
Liberty, IoTa City, Do.3 Mo'nes? Indlanola, Winterset. Atlantic, Knoxville,
Audubon. Harlan, Guthrie Centre fcrid Council tduits, in lovrfi; Ciallatin,
Trenton, Cameron end Kansas City, in Missouri: Leavenworth end Atchison,
in Kinas; Albert Lea. Minneapolis end St. Pnul, in Minnesota; Water-town in
Dakota, and hundreds of intermediate cities, towr.fi, villages and stations.
THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
Guarantees Its patrons thit, senee cf rjersnriit security afforded by a solid,
thorouebdv ballasted road-bed: smcot.1 trnoka ol continuous steel rail; sub
stantially 'built culverts arid bridges; roiliri'r stock es near perfection aa
human ebill can make it; th safety eppllances of putent buffers, platforms
and air-braies: and that exacting disciplino which troverns the practical
operation of all its trains. Other ipocifties of tins route are Transfers at
all connecting points in Union Depots,' and the unsurpassed comforts and
luxuries of its Paesensrer Equipment.
The Fast Express Trains between Chicago and the Missouri Ri-rer are com
posed of well ventilated, finely upholstered Day Coaches, Magnificent Pullman
Palace Sleepers of the latest design, and sumptuous Dininjf Cars, In which
elaborately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, "good Digestion waiting on
Appetite, and Health on both." Between Chicago and Kansas Clly and
Atchison, are also run tne Celebrated Reclining Chair Cars.
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. Fast Exnress Trains are run to the
watering places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and hunting ana nsh
lnggrounas of Iowa and Minnesota. It isulsio the most. desirable route to the
rich wheat fields and pastoral lands of interior Dakota.
Still another DIRECT LINE, via Seneca and Kankakee, has been opened
between Newport News. Richmond. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Lafayette and
Council Bluff s. Kansas City, Minneapolis and St. Paul and intermediate points.
For detailed information see Maps and Folders, obtainable, as well as
Tickets, at all principal Ticket Offices in the United States and Canada; or
R. R. CABLE, E. ST. JOHN,
"resident and Genera! Mariner Chicago
Dims and Mm,
HEIMBECK'S DRUG STORE,
Corner of Third Aver.ne and Tenth street.
tyPrescrijrtioris carefully conipotmded byreg
'ered Pharmacists. iulj-8-lly
SUMMER LAW LECTURES (nine weekly)
beam Sth July, lsts ai.d end tnh September: have
proved of signal Bst. 1st, to students who de
sisrn to pursue their stndies at this or othtr Law
School : Snd. to those who propose to read private
ly : and ad. to practitioners who have not had the
advantage of systematic instruction. For circi
'arappiy (P. ). Universityof V.) to Jobs B
MrNoB, Prof. Com. and Stat. Law. d-w-lm.
The Eureka Furnaces
Are sell-feeaiii. thus requiring the least pos le
amount ot attention: carrying are with certainty.
and securing i.criect i:rtf' r- ity i.f temrrature.
Ttiev do this with the cu. a,.t.-i trades (nnscreened
nut and seref nintrs) of sort cal, without s.Kt. sm e
or i.;r in the h'-use, and easily pay fur them
sfiv by savi:'7 In coal bills. S.ld on a (niarantee'
Write to r cuil lln Mrf OMH A AK WI.II
en ! Af ts. ic Lake street. Cbhragn, III.
No. 315 Twentieth Street,
constantly on hand. apl-'30-dly
-' ip 'inn ti':'1
CEOCRAPHV CF THIS COUNTRY, WILL.
TMIS MAr", TT TKt
General TkVet aid Fisssnoer Aqent. Chicago '
Wolff, Chas., Ill Seventeenth street.
(ancrman. John, 219 seven tecum street.
Stewart Montgomery, .WW second avenue.
Wendt, 11. 1502 second aveiiue.
The Rock Island Daily Argus; published ever
evening. (Sunda) excepted) in Arhrua block, op
i'ostoflice. Best advertising medium in tiie
The Rock Island Weekly Akuc; publishet
ever; Friday. A flue Job department in connec
tion with the establishment.
gESTACBANTS AND CONFECTIONERS.
Krell, Cred., 1619 second avenue.
Westpbal, John. lfil'J eecond avenne.
RtLlADLt Silt UUKL
A favorite prescription of one of the inost
noted and successful s-eciahst in the U. S.
(now mired) for tl.e cure of Xervona Debility.
I.o.l Manhood, Hnkni and ISecuy. Sent
in plain scaled enveloi Free. Druggists can 611 it. t
Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Ma,
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