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A Clear Skin
0nly a part of beauty;
but it is a part, nveryiaay
Inav have it ; at least, what
I' i i-i HT i
ooks HKe it. iviagnuiia
5alm both lreshens and
,eautifies.
EOCK ISLAND
BON WORKS !
ail
mm
rii'.ent Cat and Wrought
Iron Fence!
heapest Fence in the World
fur Residence or Cemetery
Lots.
Made any Height Desiivd.
IS'.'?. IN Slls.
e iroir.;'.
r-rfir
. of 1BN and MACHINE
rid satl-laction a. laranteed.
DOWNING BROS.
Rock Island, III.
KENSINGTON
MEDICAL
AND
Surgical Infirmary,
401 and 403 Broadway,
iaWAfKEZ, Wis.
TMIE niovt extens've in
IDb. Kensington, Pres't.
SEAT ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
Al DISEASES Of EYE AND EAR.
fWE CURE CATARRH
Ar.d I.Mia?? of the Throat and Lane?.
1 e trt: ii:M-ae? of women with wonderful sue
-; bit?c:riciiy aim uo A:r-jsains.
WE POSITIVELY C'l'KE st-minul weuknci
::tl di-'-rr of a ir:vatt; nuturt-; perform Iric
(l.iiviM :rs;it'ui narrations ami corrrct cie-
! We prjiiuct in our extttive labra-
Tie purses f ,r iL? iliti.-e eta 'fU fM- j
ie arrmpel Mon iv, a -id at?r.a:t : ?
tween t!5,ixw anj $21,00J.
Ad spatr-h frr.m Carlo states that Kna!?fa i
AU1 ola uKmvn! ti e leadersop of te
follower. .f iba iate M.-iaii.
John A. Benson, civ.l engineer an! con
tractor, ma 1 an a ignment at San Fran
cisco Sjiur by, with lial..iti8 of f453,000.
II. Pattle & Son, of Minneapolis, Minn.,
made an alignment Monday. The asseti
and liabilities of each are estimated a
$35 0UU.
Gen. Franz Sije las been appointed to a
position in the office of the county clerk of
New York, where he will enjoy a salary of
$3,500 a year.
Gen. Logan has boajht the commodious,
old-fashioned mansion on Clifton Heights
the highest protnintory overlooking Wash,
ington on its northern border.
At the annuil meeting of the stockholders
of the Eads. Ship-canal company at Jersey
City last Saturday, ex-Secretary William
Wiadom was elected president
C. W. Carter & Co., Bo, ton, wholesale
and retail dealers in ladies' cloaks and suits,
failed Monday. Their liabilities are esti
mated at between $100,000 and $123,000.
The remains of Judge T. Lyle Dickey
were interred Monday at Ottawa, Ills., the
governor and state officers and a large con
course of citizens attending the cervices.
W. C. Bonnett, who had been for years a
clerk in the auditor general's office in Lan
sing, Mich., shot himself through the heart
Monday morning. Ill health prompted the
act
Two mills at East Saginaw resumed work
Monday morning, after effecting a settle
ment with the men, and a satisfactory end
ing to the strike to all concerned seems imminent
Son-military organizations intending to
participate in the funeral of Gen. Grant are
requested to communicate with Cel. Jehn
r. ruicholson, aid to U;n. Hancock, Gov
ernor's Island.
Ollie Bsck?r and Firebrand, Kittson's
horses, contested a running race in harness
at Rochester, Minn., Monday, the former
winning in 1:53 believed to be the fastest
mile ever made ui harness.
The attendance at the southern cotton-
mill owners' convention at Augu-ta Monday
was meager. After recommending that
each mill be closed for thirty days, between
Aug. 1 and ov. 1, adjournment was voted.
From statistics in the pose$sion of the
secretary of the American Iron and Steel
association hs concludes that pig-iron manu
facturers, especially the wester a bituminous
maker4, have been making too much pig
iron during the first half cf the present
year.
An officer of the marine corps who I is the
duty of examining boys that want to be
come sailor in the navy says that one-fifth
of the app.icauts, o. wuich there are Bun
dreds, are rejacted on &c?otrat of heart dis
ease. The large majority of tbe.se cases are
caused by cigarette smoking.
The wheat crop of Minnesota has suffered
10 per cent by recent storms, but in Dakota
the harvest is turning out well The statis
tical agent for Nebraska states the crop will
aywa 1 tit vious estimates, and places the
total at Ib.OuO.OOO bushels. The Washing
ton department thinks the yield in Nebraska
will reach zt'.usu.uuu bushels.
An Enterprising;, Reliable
House.
Hartz & Bahnsen can always be relied
upon, cot only to carry in stock the best
of 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, and ever reliable.
Having secured the Agency for the cele
brated Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, will sell it on a positive
guaranteer. It will surely cure any and
every affection of Throat, Lungs, and
Chest, and lo show our confidence, we
invite you to call and get a Trial Bottle
free.
WILLIAM JACKSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rook Island
National Bunk Building, Rock Island, tl1.
A tumor weighing fifty five pounds has
been removed from the side of a resident
in Indiana. The patient was living up to
late accounts.
Seivous Debilitated Men.
ou are allowed a free trial of thirty
r of the use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated
oltaic Belt with Electric Suspensory
Appliances, for the speedy relief and j er-
mauent cure of Nervous Debility, loss ol
Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred
troubles. Also, for many other diseases.
Complete restoration to health, vicor 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.
ie rt ut r-rr.c'y for tt.roit. :
-''km -. -:.'l tii' :tt -m::;;s
EliVEDK'A:. J'.H'KSAL
'KlaNii.
Ml
i af
JLI.USTKA
iil.'.l INVALIDS
mar-It-tiwiy
An election for a champion liar is to be
held at Giles, Arizona, and the successful
candidate is to get a medal and a sere-
Hile.
THE MOUHE SAVIHSS BANK
i'.ta-:, - r-y "'.- a'-reol il.iiiots.;
K0L-I5E - - ILLINOIS
fr. " A. M
'iP. M.
&r.d on Tnes
I r.eres
1 tsr las'.
Extension of the Xorthwestem.
Chicago, July stf. A c-rp. of Chicago &
northwestern riiiroit-i enuieers have com
pleted a preliminary survey f r a line of
that road from C?ntrv.:le to Yanktou. and
report that they h-ive found a good route.
Itisclaiind that ihey M ill immediately make
a permanent survey, and that grading will
commence masbjrt time. If this hn is
built it is prjbab'.y that it will be continul
a northwe-teriy direction through Boa
Homms, Dxiglas anl Brule cnunties, and so
on to a connection with the North western's
line at Pierre,
The Northwestern has just let contracts
for tue graJing of the extension of its Fre
mont Eikhorn & Missouri Valley road
from Chadron, Neb., tj Rapil City, in the
Black H.liS, a distance of 1 ' 1 miles.
Deposits received in araoucts ol $1
aca upwards.
tdsVCKilT AND ADVANTAGES.
Tttpr.TftteTtperlyof lee Trneee is reppon
'".,c:o:be dtpoiorp. Tbe oEcerp are proLib:ied
ctt ncrrow:i,r aiy of i'.s oney? . M.BOrs and
I Birr efl woiel ;rj'tc:ed ty epecia: isw.
Orrrrai: S. V. Tsinoii, Pw-lett : Jon
3j:;d. V:c- I'ref :!er! - v'. F". H emekvJt. 'ahier
"EtTEE-: 1 A . "eetc. P .r:er IsK:i.iier
C. Uk!i 11, N ''"E Vce-.er H W.Candee. C.
T.G-sfz. A. S. Wr i-f, :. P. BemtKay. Joss
6W..'.JS .:tr-.tv- C E S'O'iJa-d.
BTTti i cn:e-co t.v'.i.iit Bsr.5 1 Rock
'':.T-tv ar.Eidwy
The Acme Ledger
-AND
BILL HOLDER.
A !.
Clff ' L.-1-
A'l-.t
r.ii'I B-ifl
I : a rtc r.
t fur -irv;
Tr.tn-K'iit ac
mtv to rvrry
:i;:h, brant y
;vl from the
-mft'i arcn'ir
Arr by them-rlvct i
i h,, form. w;tb one i
2 For rfilU't 'ion the b-Kic mny be carrifil in
tt;f p'i' k(t. ir hf h'i i pui'i it in torn oat; if not
'f n-hy for :ne ii'-.Tt time .
Wfi ii u irrirti rail to pay, rrnch tirae is eav
w h: t:jf ready lo be receipted.
Tin- L'-divr i-nfi: .im;rd 1o any special biifi
biit fitn b urd to aa vantage in any retail
tnnni'p-s..
iry bns:n'f man who on the lookout for
P'Miiii ami t;mr -aviiig invention cannot af
io pitfi ii w.tbfi'jt & trial, which involve
ofc.h, ;f o,;'m f irnih'.'d ar alone worth the
Hii-n-y io,- it Lu:uo-e- ol bill braft or ctate-
Of!..
County Rights for Sale.
A,! tr.. prr.m'ly V.W'hL I'nce of Ledger,
, i'"' .ui-. iipti-'v nriirnl. '',Tj.
A t, '. -f,,. ij,,.(,,ir..r an-i a!l rrfisiests for
J. W. POTTER.
Ar.it'- Office. Hock I-iand. III.
WHEAT Baking Powder
AU K!C ;.ir.) 1II IIAI. I Ir.l I'rize)
m m:v; nk k position
Vl:it A!.!. O.MPETITORS.
Makes Bread
AND
EISCHLTS
THAT
Dyspeptics can eat.
vi
iWrvHC.. ir.Ji rf
ViSiVS-ifetC-
MARTIN KAI ItFI.F.IS II'S HONS.
litat;isLed tea. MtW VOKK.
For gale "hy all Leading Grocers.
WATKINS & HILL,
Dealers in
and Green Wood.
a0 attccd tn nanlln nf all inds
lerol
No
uaice a; yardj .corner of V ilh st reel on Molite
en;ie. t;Ut.k, s- -n. a
tti..k"?'"
orders may be
oct-aS-dtf
We Cannon AU Against Them
The unprecedented success and mi-ril
of Ely's Cream Bulm a real cuie fur c&s
tarrh, hsy fi-ver aDd cold in. the Lead-
has induced many adventurers to place
catarrh medicines bearms some tesero
uiar.ee in appearance, style or name up
on the market, in order to trade upon lue
reputation of Ely 3 Cream Balm. Many
in vour immediate locality will testilv iu
liichesl commendation of it. Don't be
deceived. Buy only Elv's Cream Ba'ui
particle is applied into each nostiil; no
pain; afrreeable to u?e. rrice t.ny cents:
of tirascists.
PROFESSIONAL CAUDS.
J. M. BEARDSLEY.
4 TTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
iV worthy, 1725 Secondaveuue. aii-l-dwtm
H. C. CONNELLY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Kocklriacd. 111. Office in Post Office Buiid
ii g. over Mitcne'il & Lynde's Bank, Rooms No 8
and 10. ni-S4-dy
I. D. SWEENEY.
C I.- WALKER.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
k TTORNSYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
AOffice in BeEgston'e block. Rock IslaEd, 111.
au-l-cv
E. W. HURST,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
A Office in Masonic Temr-Ie block, over Rock ls-
laEd National Bank. Rock li-laud. 111.
gept-J6 (iwtf
New Advertisements.
ImportantfCanvassers
WAM TED Live Canvap!er in every county
in the United States to sell FOX'S PATENT RE-VER-11LE
SAD IRON, which combines two Sad
Irons, P hsher, Fluter. c, one iron doing the
work of an entire et of ordinary iron". Is self
heating bv ga or alcohol lamp. DOES AWAY
WITH HOI KITCHENS Price moderate. A
farce and lasting income m-nred to good canvass
er Address, for circulars 4c, POX SAD IRON
CO.. S5 Reade St.. N. Y.
illllITCniTFXLIGENT, Ambitions, Energetic,
ft nil I CU I to secure and fill our orders in bis seo-
AalKU lltlon. Besronslble House. References
mArl Ileicharureil. (AlsolnlC A LARY
Jifferent dei!tinent,LADY, 15. ImV rn linf
SAY B&USm BOX l.OSJ.K. i-IS5 TO 10C
M. M. CORBETT,
A TTORNEY AT LAW, oMe:toT mCi.iiicerv acd
Tl Notary Pub'ic. ANtrao, Louin? ad col:ec
tionf. !ittce. B'lforij s
B'ock.
avenue, ovei
Dov-JO-dly
GUIDO BECK,
A HCII1TECT. Second Avenue, over Peoples
A. Nr.t:ondl Bank, Kock Island, Illinois.
nov-JSi-illy
BLSLNESS UIKEtTOBY.
'UNSM1TUS.
I
WoU. (.'has., ill Seventeenth street.
AKNE55 MANL fACTLKJiKS.
H
t;i'.:erm&ii. John. 219 sTtxtei rr.h street.
IIAKD WAKE.
II
tewar: A Mo:iti.-.naerv, .
EROHANTTAlLilRS.
Ws
:. H. UflSteOfd av.i.uf.
r'AFERS.
The Rock Islam! Dull Ai:;rs: published cverj
evcr.;Li:. (UT'iia iscepte'.ii in Arus h!(xl(. op
posite f'o-tofUce. Best advertising rj.eur.ira :ti tie
citv.
Tbe Rotk Islai.d Weeklt Abus; p;.blted
every Friday. AMr.e Jott deii.ir:rnert in coLec
tion with the esraiilisunieiit.
RESTAURANTS AND CONFEi.TluNEKS.
Krell. i-'red., ICli secoi-J avtT;::e.
OaLooN-.
o
Wes'i'hai.John. 3S1J s-c.or.d jinst
NOTICE.
.staIE fir
T.-..IvOIS. !
.t.ii County j
: Co.irt of ss
il Hock Island co.:i!ty,
Ti.e value of one vote was shown at a
recent election in McDufEe countv, Ua
when a law was passed by exactly that
majority.
AS A5SWEK WASTED.
Can any one brinir us a case of Kidney
or Liver Complaint that the Eletric Bitttis
will not speedily cure? We say that they
can not, as thousands of eases already per
manently cured and and who are daily re
commending Electric Bitters, will prove
Bright's Disease, Diabetes, w eek Back, or
any urinary complaint quickly cured; they
I , ' i,. , tf .a(:emtier nest, towhifb ;-.me ana piste sa.a
act directly on the diseased pans, .every .nin-ons I irade retamaWe. aid plead, assweror
hottle cniarantHCil. For at Site, a hot- I demur to the hill of complaint ir. sa.ds'.i;-. filed.
the sume will tie luKen lor cortes-t i as ii-u.!.
ilos b
In the l.'itf:
lu Oinr.cery.
Htnrv L. Buller. vs. Janes First, u-,, First. N
ii. Olcis i Sol. Ciaus Utitiect, Aciii:iiis:rat(ir
of the e-tate of Anna Untleilt. deceased, and
Washinct tn L. Sweeney. Foreclos in1
Tos id defendants. N. G. Olcs sn" and
C'.r.n Untied:. Aiimini-tnr.or cf the es'ate of An
in Untieiit. deceasei'i; Notice is hereby given that
the above eivitied suit is now pending in saic
court and that sunmioEs has been issucu ae'a'Est
von therein
Now. unless you shall personally be and appear
before the said circu.t roiir; on the rrst cay ot tue
next term thereof, to be hoiden in tl.e court Lnu-e
in the citv of Nock Island, in the county of R.k k
Island a d state aforesaid, on ihe f.rrt Monday
tie by Hartz & Bithnsen.
The spores of smut tound in smutty
grain are so small that i.ooo.OUU can be
placed side by side in the space of me
cjuare inch.
That Sums it tp.
AVe cou'.d use all srts of extravagant
words about the effects of Parker's Hair
Balsam. But the simple truth is enouth.
It is the lust tu:n of its kind. Cures tail
ing hair, dandruff, dryness, restores orig
inal color, is a delicious dressing and per-
ectly pure anl clean. It will siili.-fy vuu.
The nt.!v standard 50c. dressinri.
vo l and decree entered acixirt.in
Dated at Rock 1-. and. l.lii.o s, lids ilih u) of
Jl v. A. i-'.. jss-i.
EDWA1D n BOW VAN
Hinkt Cruris. Clerk of said Circ.o:
-lie'ttir for Coinpiainiin;.
WANTPD Laflies and gentlemen "n city or
country to take lit'ht work at their own homes
3 to $4 a day can be easily made; work sent by
man: lo canvassing. Vie have good demand for
r work and furnish steady emnlovment. Ad
dress, with stamp, CROWN M'F'G COMPAN1',
294 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
THIS PAPER
BINO B
HEW YORK.
Newsfaffji AnvEanstNO
Etreet), where adver
tising contracts may
he mads tot it iu
may be fmind on
file at OEO. P.
KOWELLtCO'sJ
BtmEin (10 eprnca
uaTennott
LaierCo
ALLEINDSOP
LADDERS
IN STOCK
Or Made to Order.
. Painters, Mechan
ics and Farmers
ask your Deal"
L ears for our
-0
ft1'".
II I ii it,.:
Urn
Ladders
which are made of
the Best Spruce
Plank.
SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
Special Attention
given to Furnish
ing Corporations
Ladders for Fire
Purooses'.
Cjr.tth&LsClaira
Streets,
. EAVEJPOBT.
IOWA.
TTnw trmnv tprrihifi nrhps one's wwr head "Vrr th indpfinit achm and mine af 1
ha. and what suffering ; Is i caused by these Sf'r',J'rr,ilIe"JSnS 'muuCbS.S:
headaches. Relief may be had from Nerrous, matinn. it is b1qk( a specific."
Neuralgic, or Sick Headache hy the use of Park Ritchie, M. D., St. Paid, Mino.
vl rvfxVwr B Which is not a cure-all, but I " Hav. cued Tokoildte in eaaea of Nenrmlrio
V.YVVt whiih i a cure for Nervous Headache, with meceea in almost erjr ingunce.
HeiuI.ehe Kenmliria Rheumatism Sriatiea "et SeurUric forma it l ufoioelled."
HeMacne, iseuraigia, Kneumatism, Miauca 0 r. Kobtoh. M. D CiDcinaati, Ohio.
andCKHit. propneurymedictoe has ever rnail..n!zt,u,rfyaMtooimrltiBtmo
obtained such strong endorsement from theiCMMO, btmatl Heidacha."
medical profession. I Theo. Hermaxk, M. D Bt. Thomas, M
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
A. A. MELLIER, Sole ProDrietor. 7(r9 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE. ST. LOULS.
DM. FOSGATE,
309 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa, 20 years practice, makes all
private diseases a specialty, such as Syp7iilis, Gonorihcea, 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 free.
fAU letter" promptly answered
mar-1S-d1y
JOHN S CHAFER,
DEALER IN
Wines, Liquors, Beer and cigars,
Tin place ha heent(:fittt-d and r
t"L'.inch every morn;, l'.
No. 1316 Third Avenue. Rock Island, Ills.
'furuJied and is cow one of tne beet Salocnc in the city.
iniiell-dl7
THE MOLINi- WAGOX.
The Moline Wagon Comp'y
vio SL.X rxr s. i sl.XjT jNTot
1.6.
MlHSOl
. il SKL '"SsWTr" M j v .. i? ii L a' v
NOTICE.
or An-
I.er.3
Philftdelphia is about tc have a cremaN
tory. Ii is to cost $40.001.1, eleven acres
of ground having been scented near
Manavunk.
He Hm Ilelermined to Prowcu
Clevelamd, Ohio, July 29. The body of
s. Hexter, an old man and successful mer-
hant, was f oun l in the lake near the break
water Munday. It seem that last Wednes
day he loaded himself down with iron and
deliberately jump;d of the pier. He was
troubled with insomnia, which caused great
mental depression.
The Alabama Claims Court,
Washington Citv, July 23. The court
3f commissioners of Alabama claim? will
idjourn Wednesday until Oct 5. Tbo
court has ordered that on reas'semblmg au
ths untried cases shall be taken up in the
order of their docket numbers, and La
finally tried or disposed of as far as the re
maiiiing time of the court will permit
What's the Matter with Bartlett.
Boston. July U"J. Dr. Morton Prince has
resigned the position of medical pension ex
iminer. He declined to serva with Dr.
jleorge P. Partiett. and is the third ap
pointee of tha present commission who has
esigned for the same reason. Or. Bartlett
was appointdl recently by Commis ion-jr
Black.
The Cholera in Spain. 1
Washington City, July '.'9. United
tltatas Consul Schenck at Barcelona reports
ihat in the cholera infected districts cf
Spain there were US.044 ca-es and 1J.&47
leatiis during the aonths ul iarch, ApriL
Uay and Jutia.
"I Co not like thee. I r. Fell,
The reason why, 1 (anno: tell."
It has often been wondered at, the bad
odor this oftquoted doctor was in. Twas
probably because he, being one ot tue oid
school doctors, made up pills as large as
bullets which nothing but an ostrich
could bolt without nausea. Hence the
dislike. Dr. R. V. Pierce's -Pleasant
Pursative Pellets" are sugar coated and
no larger than bird shot, and are quick to
do their work. For all derangements of
the liver, bowels and stomach they are
specific.
By Ihe end of the reennstitution
of the French war material will have cost
2 , 1 70, 000, Of II ) francs.
ADVICZ TO 1B.0THEES.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
ol your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething. Its value is incalculable.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer im
mediately. Depend upon it mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It cures
dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom
ach and bowels, cures wind colic, soft
ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and
gives tone and energy to the whole sys
tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
for Children Teething is pleasant to the
tj and is the prescription of one of
theoldoHt and best female nurses and phy
8icians in the United States, and is for
sale by all druggists throughout the
world. Price 25 cents per bottle.
feb-28-m-w-s- m 1-y
A L'AKD.
To all who are suiTerfnp; from the cmrs
and indiscretions of youth, nervous wcaK-nes-.s,
early decay, loss of manhood, iVc,
I will send a recipe that will cure voa,
FliEE OF CUAKG E. This crreat remedy
w. discovered by a missionary in south
America. Send a self addressed envelope
to the Kev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D,
New York Citv
There were Too left handed men in the
tribe of Benjamin, all of them expert
slinpers.
HOKNWKK s AC 1 It PEOM'IMIE
A Valuable Nerve Tome
Dr. C. C. Olmstead. Milwaukee. Wis.,
says: "I have used it in my practice ten
years, and consider it a valuable nerve
tonic.
A celebrated doctor, says that Hunt's
Remedy is a sure cure for heart disease,
and Ihore is no substitute for it."
state OF ILLINOIS I,.,
Kock Island Cu'.iLty
111 the Circuit Court of said Ilotk Is
In c'hai eery.
Cliu.s t'trle it. Aoln.ihVrutorof the
First, N. (i. Olds & Sons and Wa-iii.
S'.ve in v.- Korei Insure.
To atadHVl).:tir N. (J. OV.s A. Sons:
i- hereby iriv.-n tl.at tl.e aiiove ei.t:'i u -i'.:t is now
penlliia' in said court, ai'-i -ha: st: tr-.no! s hat been
iss ,ed a'a;r;st you therein.
. N.ov. :i.:e-- yna -u l! personally be a:: l : pp ar
tn fo;e sa il co i'rt on the: rsl day of the n-xt leri-i
I'l-.-reof. to !e lioM- ii in thecoiir boa-t- ;n th ci'y
of Ri-cii l-lana. in the eoucly i ' liiK s l-l.-.rl atui
str.te aforesa il or. the rir-t Moniay :d September
i;t-s!. to win- ti time and p. ace the sai'i s:ii:nnot i
rnace retumatile. and plead, answer or tietnarto
the bill of f or-.plain! in sabl mit tiled. hat the
same will be taken for cnife-seii n a;ain-t yon
ami decree et tered ccordint:'y.
Hated at Rock Is and, Hi", this 31th day of
Jtilv. A. D.. itM.
EDWAKI) H. BOWMAN, Jr..
Clerk of .aid dealt court,
1IENKT Cl'RTIS.CoiEp'.'tS SjO'.'tr. U4W
Note
1S05 Second Avenue.
Is well stocked with a full line
of goods for
Gentlemen's
Wear,
Novelties ot the Season,
and as low
as they can possibly be bought.
Manufacturers of Farm, Spring and Freight Wagons.
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially adapted
to the Western trade, ol superior worKiuartsMp ana nnisn.
E3P"Iliastrated Price List free on appTcaT'on. ve the Molxe Wagon before purchasing others.
inar-15-dwly
PARTITION SALE.
tiTE or Illinois. i s(
itK k I-!&titi 0;irjTy. f -I:i
ti t rirc-iif C"oi;rr:
TU'lTTia-a Rcil
. Katie Harte
M;icK-
, .lobn lit'i iv. Mn-iiae!
gtrne Kfciily, Parti -
Viii.it is Catarrh:
It iS'iVlWI'fTt
DatarrH
BV-,iy TZfSSgm tau'va-eor..:e
SSLY 5 "SfcniticotH nieinbraii-.
S3
ini main:
iri'i:Titkl in t:i'.'
ht-ad. Ki'oiii thii p-iitii
it ?nd' form a poi
-OTiouf vir't-sl'!) lie
memtiranoii! .'iiiiiiL'
Bnd throtiirh the ui
itlive tru!iTi, cor
" upline the Mood ami
producini; olhTtrou
ulesonie and danger
uun yniptoii's
Cream iJa.ra oa
iuiued an tuviable
u AVsjCrUCD Teputation wherfvT
m mm w "f known, uisp!iuiriL'a!i
o;iit'.rnrpTir"ntor A particle in applied Tnio
eac u n
Kir i li' W.y x.
PairiLk KeiKv
aiiboM. EiiL'tiie Itciliy; .Ir..
K if y. Varia hVi!y HTid E
t.un Oenvrul No.
Notice i hfrcriy tiven thai by virtue of a de
cree r ai: ctciri. euu-red in the i-bove e:,:i!itd
car.-v. on t!ie Kh dav of June. A. !.. I-V I h:;l
oii Friday ;he 31ft day cf Juiy, A. D-.TS. at the
bov.r i t one o'ciork in ihe afternoon. T he nor'h
oorof tlie Co;.rt Hciie. in the city of hock 11
lid. in ( ild county cf Hock Island, to patify sstid
tit cret. at puliMc v.'i.due. to the bjuhe-t and
hf-t hicder Idr ( rt-h. 'h.it certain iiarcel jf lai.d
i!ua!e ii iti'- ci1':!:- of Hock Island ;iid state of
rii:ot-. kTK.wn ;itifl described a 1i!i"Wr!. t(
i lie -utiih ft -: of i and 1 in t io k (j of
TfifiJ.j'soL VVtl'i!' additimi to ihe t'ty of Jiock
I-Iuim.
I'Ltt-. tl a Hoc k I-'.iiid. i:!iro:. thi 'vKn day of
HENRY I'VRTH.
Ma-'cr '.v. Ch::nctry. Hork I-Iur.d Co., I!'.
ai:k Pleas ,vr. (''umi'T! o:''or. tit d
Te'ievff1 pain at once, is areea'j'eto
It Cleanses the Head. Allaavs
amatian. Hales the Sores
Restores the Arises o Taste,
Smell, Hearing'. A Thorouli
Treatment will Cure. .Not a
Liquid or Snutl'. Aj'.y into
Nostrils.
Price 50c. at drutrUt?, or by mail. Send for cir
cular. ELY BROTHERS, Drugging, Owego, N. Y .
jDy&-dwly
G. W TOMLINSON.
fiiry Surgeon,
MH AUCTIONEER.
WerSfS? 811 for my services. Bert of
s'cncei given.
lU?8' ' OB10N. ILLS.
It is estimated that the falling off of
the hay crop from that of last year in the
states of Maine, New Hampshire, and
Vermont will be 465,800 tons.
Where I have used Tongaline in cases
of neuralgia it has worked very satisfacts
orily so far. R. W. Brady, M. D., Hon
esdale, Pa.
One hundred in the shade is not an un
common temperature in Memphis.
Humt's Kidney and Liver Remedy is
excellent in all of the diseases of females.
For delicau women, no medicine equals
it.
Master's Sale.
State or Illinois, t
County of Rock Island, (
In the Ciicuit Court; in Chancery.
Htnrh Kalston vs. Henry Falb, Martha A. Falb.
John M. Moore and Mary Moore, Foreclosure.
Ueuersl No. 2fc!S.
Notice is hereby aiven that by virtue of a decree
of said court, entered in the above entitled cause,
on thefith dav of June. A. D.. 16S5, 1 shall, on
Saturday, the5ih day of September, A. D., lht5. at
the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, at the
north door f the conrt honae, in said county of
Kock l.land.lo eallsfy said aecrec, eellalpuone
suction to the highest and beet bidder for cash
in hand that certain parcel or lanu. eitnaieu ro
th county of Rock Island and state of Illinois,
known and described as follows, to-witt
The west half (H) of tb south-eart quarter
() of section thirty-five (35) In township f even
teen (17) north of range three (3) wet of the
fourth ((tin principal meridian.
Dated st Rock Island, Illinois, this 27th day of
July, A. D., ISfi.
HENRY CURTIS,
Master m Chancery, Rock Island county. 111.
Parks Si fie as ikts. Coiupl'ts Solus. I3w
Chancery Notice.
Stats or Illinois, i
Kte. k Island Couiity, i
In the Circuit Court, to the S- jitemberTern:, 1SW.
Ella " illmcr vs. Josej h II Killnier In Chon'
eery.
Affidavit of non-residence of the alxive tlcfen-
dant. Joseph H. Killnier, havinv t'een tiled in the
clerk's olb'.e of the circuit court of saii county.
notice is therefore hereby given to trie sa;d non
resident defendant that ihe complainant Sled her
l!l of eoa pl.iinl in paid court, on the chancery
!! thereof, on the SSth dav of July. Is-sS, and
hat tliereuiK-n a summons i-s:ied out of said
court, wuercin said sint is now peimmt:, returna'
hie on the tir-t .Monday in tne nion-u ol fcpteni
ber next, as is by law required. Now, miles,
von. the said non res;dent defendant atsive nam
ed. shall personally be and appear befire said
c.rcnit co'irt. on tiie tlr-t day of the next term
thereof to be holdenat Ifocklslatid in mid for said
co-iu'v, on the ilrst .Monday in September next
and Ulead, ar.-v.er or deiu'ir t th, said com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same ami the
matters and thing's therein charged and stated
wiil be taken as confes-ed. and a decree en'ered
against you acCoriliLi: to tiiepravr of said bill.
E. II. IiiiWMAN. Jr.. Clerk.
Rock I-laml. Illinois. July i
M. M, (.OUULTT, Compt's Sol.
"CANDEE"
Rubber 1
S SSS. SBS1 Almr
u i s tr tf
m .vv M.T.
UUU K W
WITH
DOUBLE THICK
BALL.
Ordinary Kr.bler Boot
alwiivs wear out first -u
the ball. TheCAVmil
BootsarerfntiMe lltirl:
on the ball, and gi
DOUBLE WEAR.
Jfotvf ecotwmiral mb
ber lioot in the marke.
L,its lotitrer th: Ji any
other boot, and tLe
PRICE NO HIGHER
Call aKd ei-
aiuine the
00,15.
Sill
tWSisH?S5i"a
I S . W . - TKS
tissue
C. H. FARGO & CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Candee Co.
CHICAGO.
jiuiel!-eodOni
COOK'S
sr. ft.. T--lClm. j .
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOCRAPHV OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL
SEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THE
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY
By reason of its central position and close relation to all principal lines East and
west, at initial and terminal points, constitutes the most important mid-continental
link; in that svstem of throueh transportation which invites and facili
tates travel and traffic between cities of the Atlantic and Pacific Coaeta. It
is also the favorite and best routa to and from points East, Northeast and
Southeast, and corresponding points W est, Northwest and Southwest.
The Roci Isiand system includes in its main line and branches. Chicagro,
Joliet. Ottawa, La Salla, Feoria. Geneseo. Moline end Rock Island, in Illinois;
Davenport, Muscatine, Washington, Fairfield, Ottumwa. Oska'oosa, West
Liberty, Iowa City. Des Moines, hidianola. Wlnterset. Atlantic, Knoxville,
Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Centre and Council Bluffs, in Iowa; Gallatin,
Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri; Leavenworth and Atchison,
jr. Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and St. Paul, in Minnesota; Watertown Id
Dakota, and hundreds of intermediate cities, towns, villages and stations.
THE CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
Guarantees its patrons that sense of personr-.l eecurity afforded by n solia
thoroughly bnllasved road-bed; Bmcotn tracka ot continuous tteel rail; sub
stantially built culverts and bridges; rollint? stock as near perfection fie
human skill can make it, tiie safety appliances of patent buffers, platforms
Rnd nir-brakes: and that eracttino: discmline which coverns the Dractical
Deration of all Its trains, (.'trior special i.-esj ot una route are Transfers at
Chancery Notice.
State of Illinois, i ?p.
Rock Island County. I
In the circuit conrt, September term, 16H.
Cornelius H. Smith vs. Adolph M. L. Lowe and J.
U. Perry In Chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of the above defend
ants Aldoiph M. L. Lowe and J.I), Ferry havinr"
been filed in the clerk's office of the circuit couri
of said county, notice is therefore hereby given to
the paid nou-resident defendants that the com
plainant filed bis bill of complaint in said court, on
the chancery side uicreof.on the 28th day of July,
is5. and that thereupon a summons issued out of
said court, wherein said suit is now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday in the month of Sep
tember next, as is Dy law requirea. riow, unless
you, the s id non-resident defendants above
named, shall personally be and appear before said
circuit court, on the first day of the next term
thereof, to oe holdenat Rock Island in and for
the said county, on the first Monday in September
next, and piend. answer or demur to the said
compiainunt's bill of complaint, the same and
the matters and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
agaist yon according to the prayer of said bill.
E. II. BOWMAN, Jr., Clerk.
Rock Isiand. Illinois, July , 1.
M. M. Corsett, Compt's Sol.
ERIE
tmmm Bias
MndaAlh
M-Sn4lwUaipsfor(JelekraM4sdMalWek,
Address, F. D. CLARKJE, JB. V 16 South
Clark Street, Cmciso, lu.
dec-S-dly
The Eureka Furnaces
Are selMeediiur. tbes requinct- the least post 1
amount of attention; carrying lire with certainty,
and securing perfect jjOjor-eitj of temperature.
They do this with the cuea-peei grades (unscreened
nut and screenings) uf soft cotl. without soot, sm
or odor to the house, and easily pay lor them
selves by saving in coal bills, sold on a guarantee:
Writ to or call noon M eCOMB A AKNOLBi
Gen 1 Aitts. Ml Lake Street, Chicago, 111.
jolyt-dla
CD le-- 3
f " 1 " fiX-s' r
... V . ' i is 1
0 " i f p CD
1 i-.mL ?
f Fit I i. CD
. r- Atom
L ii
On the top of the box Is an inclined cover which
Drevent the rain fromenterine; attached to the
covers, on top and bottom, are springs which keep
mem always closed, wnentne top cover closes
it strikes a bell to let you know that your paper
has come. It is the finest invention of the ace.
The Argcs is the agent in the city for these box
es. Tbey are supplied to the Aaecs subscribers
at a very low price.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
W. H. LTJNDY,
AUCTIONEER
WILL
Attend Sales
is irrera
CITY OB COUNTRY,
at moderate charges, or
Receive Consignments
and makr prompt returns
teciia Avtin V IllAsTD ILL.
-aagiau.
fine
all connecting points in Union Dspots, and tho unsurpassed comiorts and
luxuries of its Pasiiencrer equipment.
Tho Fast Express Trains between Chicago and the Missouri River are com
posed of well ventilated, finely upholstered Day Couches, Magnificent Pullmaa
Palace Sleepers of the latest design, and sumptuous Dlnlna; Cars, In which
elaborately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, "good Digestion waiting on
Appetite, and Health on both." Eetween Chicago and Kansas City and
Atchison, are also run the Celebrated Reclining Chair Cars.
THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
Is the direct and favorite line between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. PatU,
where connections are made in Union Depots for all points in the Territories
and British Provinces. Over this route, Fast Express Trains are run to tn
watering places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and bunting and fish
ing grounds of Iowa and Minnesota. It is also the most desirable routo to tea
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 Bluffs. Kansas Citv, Minneapolis and St. Paul and intermediate points.
For detailed information Bee Maps and Folders, obtainable, as well aa
Tickers, at all principal Ticket Ofllcua lu the United States and Canada; or
by addressing
R. R. CABLE,
"resident and Getto.-i! Mar.sottr Chicaao
E. ST. JOHN,
General Txket aid Fasienoer Agent, Chloato
Drags and. Meiiciies
. W. H. HAVES. 11. C. CLKAVFLAS
! ESTAMJr-llED IV.
j Haves & Cleaveland,
j J GENERAL
! Insurance Agents
HELM BECK'S DRUG STORE,
Corner of Third Avei.ne and Tenth street.
Rock Island,
l-rescriptions carefully compounded by reg
"tered Pharmacists. inly-Se-dly
J.M. BuroBD, G. M, Looslit, J. K. Looslkt.
Buford & Loosley Bros.
GENERAL
Insurance Agents.
The old Bire and Time-Tried companies Re
pree tinted
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Sates as low as an Reliable Company can afford
Your Patron see is Solicited.
IVOfllce tn Argus Block.
Fire, Life & Aocliest Issarance,
urn' E nimosTOK block.
SSCZ ISLAlu), ILL.
All Lot Promptiy A (Panted led Vaidt tfa'.a
SilVEESITY Of TllEUIi.
SUMMER LAW LECTURES (nine weekly)
begin Wi July, lfcbS, and end 9th September; have
proved of sigiial use, 1st, to stndents who de
sign to pursue their studies at this or other Law
School ; ind, to those who propose to read private
ly ; and 3d, to practitioners who have not bad the
advantage of systematic instruction. For circn-
uvrappiy (r . u. t,nivrsiiyoi va. io jdhs
Mdiok, Prof. Com. and gut. Law.
d-w-lm.
Dr. E. F. FISH,
92 Wisconsin St.,
MILWAUKEE, : WISCONSIN.
SPECIAL ATTESTIOS
Given to Throat and Lung Complslnts, Disaacet
jieculiarto Women. Private Diseases of
both 8xes: all Skin Disorders.
Hours 8 to 10 A. M., 3 to 3 P. M., and
7 to 8 -.30 P. M.
Correpondnts please ecloe f tamji,
mar-lil-dwly
FREE!
RELIABLE SELF CUIE
e prescription of one of the matt
noted and successful specialists in the U. S.
now revired) lor the cure of Xsftms Defel!IC9
Lst ManBMd, Wukmi and lteesii'. Scat
in plain sealed envelope Free. Druggists can fill c.
Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.
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