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Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! Patent Cast and Wrought Iron Fence! Cheapest Fence in the World for Residence or Cemetery Lots. Made any Height Desired. I5T-A1! kind "f IRON and MACHINE work Write for price?. DOWNING BROS- Rock Island, III. KENSIN6TGN MEDICAL AND Surgical Infirmary, 4C1 and 463 Broadway, Hilwafkee, Wis. 4 THE most extens've in i A the United States. .JaasWDK. Kensington, Pres't. WE TKKAT ALL CHRONIC DISEASES AND DlEAEf OF ETE AND EAR. WE CURE CATARRH And Iintjapee of the Throat and Lnngs. We treat diseases of women with wonderful sue Ct.; Electricity and uot Air-iiatus. WE POSITIVELY (THE niinal wertknee Mid di'fat, of a private nature; perform the nioft difficult siiruu-al ooeraTions and correct de formities We produce in our extensive labora- the strut remedy for threat, lur. and nervon af fection. JvmkI -ramp for a va'tmble Mediea! book, of over 110 p.iges. on HuME TREAT MENT, mar-lfc-dwly THE XSUKE SAVIN3S BAM (Cnam-'t by tut L2:litt:reo: Illinois.) JfiOLIKE - - ILLINOIS 0t ds.'y !- r. A. M. -i; ; P. i!..Tsd ot Tees ua t!'1 -aru.-utij HvfLiLs Iromlto 8 t'c:o-K. Jr.eres t'.'.zi :s -s;:s!t8 tie rr.e Deposits received in amounts ot $1 and upwards. fSOCKITS AND ADVANTAGES. TteptrweprcrertTof -he Trnetees is resuon !:D:eiorbt fl'-.poeiTC.-B. Tiieorlicereare prohlbiied irom onrrow-.Eg any 01 us ranmeys. annors anc mrr:i woaieLpro:eciea oy-peciai law. OiTintR: S. W. Wheelock, Pres'dent iJohii hood, v !tr i-res;ieii : u. r. tiisarsNWAi. cashier Tatm7i;i. 8 W. Wrjeeioca, porter Skiniiar C W. Lo'iueil. Nv sob ('bw. H W.Caxdee. C. f.Orar.12. A. 8. Wr zbt. ' . F. Eemnway. John 8o'"i. !. M. ibftatj C. E. Stoddard, fcf"'.'.. ch.irierec Savings Bank in Ruck The Acme Ledger AXD BILL HOLDER. A (!(; :( for keenins mu!l and transient ac count-; r::t-i.i'.est an;l be;t : a neeeP-i'y to every b:i!Df-- man: urivxcuk-d far sirenth, bca:ity MiGC.!ivvr..t;.ce. Stiu i.f adv:intaiieH to be derived fmni the neuf tfci- Ledwr are: Aii ta - jsmall iirconiiT ir bv the Ives in !aff y um- and made out in bill form, with one to toft vtml -aved. 2 Fur collection th1! book may be carried in f'Otfce:. If the bill i paidit is torn out; if mo: vf reituT ror tfte next time. 3. W.Vr; partie call to pay. nv.ch time is sav i the bil, is ready to be receipted. The Lfd'er not jmited to any special bim BM. hut can he ned to advantage in any retail Any mishit; nian who is on the lookont for P'Mucai ar.'i time-yaTme invention? cannot at oril to thi without a trial, which involve Bonk,a th' bill famished are aione worth the Kwiuy i(Jr Uib purpo-es of bill heads or state County Rights for Sale. A.I n!T promptly filled. Price of Ledger, "in 1,(1 m (,::: li'-iiu- npnflv n-inted. ICi.75. An orlT ifir the Ledtrer, and all requests for i liurs, must oe aaureseu to J. W. f OTTER, Akhcs Office. Rock Island, 111. WHEAT Baking Powder A W A !! n I : ( ; o L n I E l A l.( Firm Pri ite) l:V IKfl.EAXS EXPOSITION "V'. it Al.S, ( OHPET1TOKS. 7,ri T J BISCUITS THAT DvsDecflcs can eat. r r MAiiTIN KAI.BFI.EIM II'K KONS. "Utilithid uai. tis.w YORK.. por eale by all Leading Gro- cere. WATKINS k HILL, Dealers in and Green Wood. "J) i!(o attend to Hailing of all aindi ieS''1'ialr,i. comer of 5th street on Kolire tfiai...,k ''Pbon W: orders may be "ter i.,ace oct-J-dtf G.W T0ML1NS0N, 'ifiiary Snrgeon, w:IiD AUCTIONEER. .v"4)1ufor my services. Beit Of te' 0BI03, ILLS. MX THE OTHER SIDE OF IT. THAT IS, THE QUESTION Or LAND LEASES TO CATTLEMEN. GoTernor Martin, of Kanuu, Denounce the President' Order, and Does It with Tigor General "mil" at Kansas City Indian "Farms." KANSAS Citt. Mo.. Antr. 1. Governor John A. Martin, of Kansas, was Here, Thurs day, and was very bitter in his denunciation ol the president's order to the cattlemen, which he pronounced as uniast and un called for. The government, he said, has insisted on preserving the territory &i a home for the Indians, and ha treated it in dealing with them as their property. It can not be i.pened for settlement, andtht Indians tfcemelv(!S ara not numerous enough to oc cupy it. If they are not allowed to lease it, all this valuable land must be idle, yield ing no pront to any one. Under the lease system the Indians derive a good revenue irom the cattlemen, are afforded pastures for ti.eir tattle, and the puUic is benefitted by the increased supply of beet, which nec sssarily lowers the price of that consumed. It is said the president's order has resulted in causing a rise of 25 per cent in the price ot Texas cattle. "Is this a benefit to public!'' the governor asked. In regard to the oposition which exists on many lianas to the continuance ot the leases, the governor said it was actuated by "a dog-in- the-manger spirit among outsiders, who wanted to get tho.-e put out who were for tunate enough to be in. The leases were doing no one any harm. The Indians, with the exception of a tew chronic malcontents, were satiated with them; the lands could be put to no other use, and it would result in no benefit to any one to have them vacated. Gen. Piiil Sheridan, accompanied by his brother, Col. Milke, arrived Friday morn ing over the Santa Fe road from Wichita, where he arrived Thursday by ambulance from Fort Plena The general was reticent as to what would be the outcome of all the excitement and talk regarding the cattle leases in the Lheyenue and Arapahoe coun try, but said frrn the present out look the cattle would have to be driven out The general in an inter view at Wichita stated tliat the grass lea-es lie at the bottom ot the trouble with the Indians. The Indians had small farms along the creek s which the cattle interfered with. When asked why he did not disarm the Indians, he replied they were all right and would give no further trouble. He thought an extension of the time allowed the lessees to get their cattle out would re sult in dissatisfaction on the part of the In. dians. The Indian farms to which the general re ferred are small patches of corn not exceed ing a quarter of an acre in extent, which are inclosed with poles and left to them selves by the Indians from the time the corn is planted until the ears are large enough to be eaten, when the proprietor and family camp near the farm and remain until they have consumed their scanty crop. It is said the corn is so poor and so mixed up with weeds that the cattle will not take the trouble to break down the fences to get at it Persons familiar with the Cheyenne and Arapahoe country look upon the general's statment in regard to the "farms" rather in the light of a joke than as seriously meant for a reason. Chicago, Aug. 1 Gen. P. H. Sheridan arrived in this city Friday m iming ani de. parted for Washington City Friday night He declined to talk on the Indian question, but expressed Lia gratiticution at being se lected as pull Usurer at thi iuuaral of his (.Id chief and friend Gen. Grant. AN OHIO STATESMAN'S VIEW. He Don't Like the Civil Service Law, and Says So. Cincinnati, Auj. 1. There has been much talk amons Democrats in fav.T of putting Jumes J, Farau on the ticket for governor of Ouia jar. Faran wns inter viewed in the subject and said: "Under no circumstances that could ari.e would I ac cept a nomination for office. I have had my share of oiiiee and tf politics, aud am too old to care for more, being about 7t years of age." "What do you think of Mr. Cleveland's administration!" ; "I would rather not say much about that" This at first, but later on he expressed himself: "1 am opposed to this civil service business. I believe that when a man is elected he should surround himself by men of his own party." "Does the civil service law conflict with that'" "I believe it does, 1 am in favor of tha one-man power and that he should be held re-ponsible for the official conduct of his subordinates." Official "Fhat" Given Out. Washington City, Aug 1. Nicholas Carr. of Iowa, has been appointed a special agent of the land office. The following named postmasters, at presidential offices, were appointed Friday: E. A. Buddeke, Montro e. Col.; E. V. Wharton, Yates Center, Kan. ; George A. Paxton, Valentine, Neb. ; Max J. Alwerrs, Belleville. Kan. ; Harnian Freygang, Angola, InJ. ; Juliette II. Jones, Cambridge Citv, Ind. Horace K. Chase, of Peoria. Ills., has been appointed superintendent of the ind us trial school for Indians at Genoa, NeK, at a salary of 11,500, vice Samuel F. Tappan, removed. Robbed a Railway Office. Baltimore, Aug. 1. The offices of the Baltimore passenger railway on the cornel of Calvert and Baltimore streets, right in the heart of the city, were entered Thurs day night by burglars and robbed ol 11,077.90. There wore six safes in the of fices, but the thieves, it seems, knew where the money was kept, as they blew open the only one containing cash. Will Take It Into Conrt. New York, Aug. 1. The question ol preference to veteran soldiers, which was decidud adversely to the veterans by the state civil service commission, has been taken into the courts. J ustice Cullen hiis granted an order to show cause why the veterans should not be preferred in the mat ter. Decrease in National Bank Note. Washington Citt, Aug. L According to reports from the comptroller of the cur rency, the decrease in the amount of na tional bank notes outstanding since Aug. 1, 1S&1, amounts to $30,S91,S24. France Keg-oUatiny with the Bovas. Paris, Aug. L The Italian consul at Tamatair is negotiating with the Hovas in the interest of France, with a view of ar ranging a peaceful settlement ot the Mada gascar difficulties. Sal of the Banker' and Merchant'. New York, Aug. L The Bankers' and Merchants' Telegraph company was pur chased Friday by Mr. E. & Stokes, repre lenting the reorganisation comnitta for 500,006. "I do not like thee. Dr. Fell. The reason why, 1 cannot tell." It has often been wondered Bt, the bad odor this oftquoted doctor was in. Twas probably because he, being one of the eld 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 Purgative Pellets" arc sugar coated and. no larger than bird shot, and are quick to do their work. For all derangements of tee liver, bowels and stomach they are specific. Ladies as well as gentlemen now wear traveling caps. COUSIEBrEITERS BEWAKE. A Michigan Concern Ekjjjxed. From the Kochester Morning Herald. The following injunction has been ob tained by the Hop Bitters Company, of Rochester, N. Y., against Collatinus D. Warner of Reading, Michigan, prohibit ing him from manufacturing or selling "German Bop Bitters." The President of the United States of America to Collatinus E. Warner, of Reading, Mich., his servants, work men, salesmen and agents, and each and every of them: Whereas, it has been represented unto the Justices of our Circuit Court, the Hon. Stanley Matthews, and the Hon. Henry B. Brown, of Detroit, within and for said District, sitting as a Court of Chancery that you, Collatinus D. Warner, are Oiiiiiurtictunni: and selling a eduin nmed (Ger man Hop Biuert, in fraudulent mutation ol the Hop Hitters made and sold by complainant ; your said medicine bf.inj devittd. calculattd and in- Pnded to multn th( public inio p-jrebafir-g such I'luuitijtit guuup a luc mauuiutiure 01 iwx com plainant. We therefore, in Consideration of the premises, dostrictly enjoin yon. the said CollaiinuB I. War ner and all and every the persons named, from us ing the words "Hop Bitters" or any fluids con tained in bottles so as to induce th bt-lfef that such fluids are made by complainant; and further, from manufacturing, selling or offering for sale any bitters or other fluids in the bottles and with the labeis, and in the general form in which yon were manufacturing and selling the bitters called uyyouuerman nop Bitters, on filing the bill; or in any other bottles, orwi'h any other labels con trived or designed to represent or induce the be lief that the bitters or fluids sold bv von are the goods of the complainant, until the fu'ther order of the Court. Witnens, Ths Hosoraelk MORRISON R. WAITE, Chief Justice of the United States. At Detroit, t Is fifteenth dav of July, A. D 1SS5 f S. Walter S. Harsha, Clerk Prosecute the Swindlers If when yon call for Hop Bitters the drtigc'st hands out anything but ' Bitters" with a green cluster of Hops i.n the white label, shun thut Drue- gist as you would a viper; and if he has taken your uiuney lor a uogus stun, muict mm for the franc and sue him for damages for the swindle, and we win reward you lltieraiiy for tile conviction. See V. S. Court injunction againot C. D. Warner. Reading, Mich., aud all his salesmen, agents, druggists and other imitators. The Belgian coai trade is not verv remunerative. The official returns for 1SS4 show that the profit on the total out put was one seventeenth of a cent per ton. AitEnterpriaing, Reliable House. Hartz & Bahnsen can always be relied upon, not 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 Mew "Discovery for Consumption, will sell it on a positive guaranteer. It will surely cure anv and every affection of Throat, Lungs", and Chest, and to show our confideisce, we invite you to call and gut a Trial Bottle Free. The consumption of sturcU for all purs poses in the United States is about 1G0. uOU.OdO pounds per annum, or n average of three pounds for each person. We Cannon AH Against Them The unprecedented success and merit of Eiy's Cream Balm a real cure for ca tarrh, liny fever and cold in the head has induced many adventurers to place catarrh medicines bearing s.mie resem blance in appenrunce. style or name up on the market, in order to 'rude upon the reputation of Ely's Cream Balm. ' Many iu your immediate locality will testify in highest commendation of it. Don't" be deceived. Buy only Ely's Cream Balm. A particle is applied into each nostiil; no pain; agreeable to use. Price fifty cents: of drutruists. Prints and the pretty, oid fashions d hintzes are mukiug headway again in Paris, and quaint and sweet" they look when worn by neat and young figures. AS ASSWEK WASTED. Can any one bring us a case of Kidney or Liver Complaint that the Eletric Bitters will not speedily cure? We say that they can not, as thousands of cases already per manently cured and and who are daily re commending Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright's Disease, Diabetes, week Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured; they purify the blood, resulate the bowels, and act directly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50c. a bot tle by Hartz & Bahnsen. Nebraska, within the thirty years of its settlement, has acquired 250,jn0 acres of forests, where 600, 000. UUU trees have been planted. That Seme it up We could use all srts of extravagant worth about the effects of Parker's Hair Balsam. But the simple truth is enough. It is the best thing of its kind. Cures fall ing hair, dandruff, dryness, restores orig inal color, is a delicious dressing and per fectly pure and clean. It will satisfy you. The only standard 50c. dressing. Scotch and shepherd dogs are now em ployed at the Cape of Good Hope in herd ing ostriches, a work which they perform with great sagacity. Hay Fever. I have been a great sul ferer from Hay fever for 15 years. I read of the many wondrous cures by Ely's Cream Balm and thought I would try once more. In 15 minutes after one ap plication I was wonderfully helped. Two weeks ago I commeuced using it and now I feel entirely cured. It is the greatest discovery ever known or heard of. Duhamel Clark. Farmer, Lee, Mass. Price 50 cents. A rat out in Utah mistook a little girl's mouth for a hole, and jurtped down her taroat. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE.- This great remedy w discovered by a missionary in (South America. Snd a self addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York City. The Gloucester (Mass.) census finds one woman who has had twenty one chil dren. HOK8F0BD S ACID PHOSPHATE A Valnablt Serve Tonic. Dr. C. C. Olmstead, Milwaukee. Wis, says: "I have used it in my practice ten years, and consider it a valuable nerve tonic. Porpoise leather is now being used in the manufacturing of shoes. Bncklen'g 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, come, tetter, chap ped bands, and all skin eruptions, guaran teed to cure in every instance, or money refunded. 25 cents per box For sale by Hartz ft Rahnsen I'ROFESSIOSAL CAKDN. WILLIAM JACKSON, TTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rock Island aNationul Bank Building, Rock Is-an1;. il. J. M. BEARDSLEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken worthy, 1725 Stcondaveriue. aiig-l-dwtlm H. C. CONNELLY, k TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT l.AW,- A Rock Island. Ills. Office in Post Offici Bnild ing. over Miteneli 4 Lynde's Bank, Rooms No t and 10. nov-34-dwlv I. D. SWEENEY. C. L. WALKER. SWEENEY & WALKER, A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 'iOffice in Bengston's block, Keck Island, 111. ang-i-cwy E. W. HURST, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. A Office in Ma-onic Temple block, over Rock Is land National BaLk, Rock Ii;jjd. III. pejT-2S dwif M. M. CORBETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, So.ieiior iTjCbatioery md NToittry Pubi.c, Ab7a:t. LoaM iinri uOSec tionf. Office. B.foni's- h rk, 3d av,-ri(. -ei Bakt-r'f .1wery ut-. tiov-20-t!3y GUIDO BECK, ARCHITECT. Second Avenue, over People National Bank. Itock Is-Jaiid, Illinois. BIMNENS DIRECTORY. Ql'NSMTTlIS. Woiff, Chas . , 11 1 Seventeenth street, jj AKNEbS MANUFACTURER!). SauennhE. Jotii., -I'J -eveii'.eenb street. JIARDWARE. Stewart & Montgomery, ib00 second avenue. ERCHANT TAILORS. Wendt, H. 150-2 secend avcni.e. NEWSPAPERS. The Rock Island Daily AKers; pnWisheueverj evening, (Snnday excepted) in Artrus bloik. op posite Pjf toftice. Best auvertis ing a.edi am m the citv. The Rock I-laud Weekly Aruts; pnbiistied every Friday. A tine job department in com ec tion with the establishment. RESTAURANTS AND CONFECTl! iSEKh. Krell. Fred., 1019 second avetne. QALOONs. j Westjih ai. John. second avenue. NOTICE. State of Illinois, i w Rock If-land County f ' " ' In the Cirenit Court of aic! Rock IrOand comity, In Chancery. Henry L. Bullenvs. Jame Finr, Lena Fir. N. i. Olds & So-jK C!aus Unr edt, Admminratur of the tiftaTe of Anna I'ntiedt, deceasfd. and Washini'in L. Sweeney, ForecoMire. Toeid defendants, N. G. Olds & Sen and Clans' UnieUt. Admini-trautr of the estate of An na Untiedt. deceased; Notice iif hereby given that the above t-n itled suit is now pending in said court and thut siimmoDf has been issued &l a: 11M you therein. Now, miles- you ?h-i!l erponaijy he and at-pear before the said cirenit court on the firtst day of the next term thereof, to be holdt-n in the court house ia the city of Kock Island, in the county of Rock Is-latid a 'd t!i.te aforesaid, on the iir?t Monciay of Niptember neit, to which time and place said summon is i.ade returnable, aid plead, answerer demur to the bill of complaint in sa.d v'nt 5ied. the same will he taken for confessed as aainft you and decree entered accord. ncly. Dated at Kock Maud. IliiLoIs, ihisthday of JuJv, A. D.. 35. EDWARD H BOWMAN. Jr., Henky CThtis. Clerk of su;d Circuit Conrt t-olicitor for Com.;laina:i:. u4w NOTICE. STATE OF ILLINOIS 1 Kock lilaud County f In the Circuit Court of said T.oik Is'sind toj: ty. In Chuieery. Ciaus Untied:. Adtninlstnitorof - he et.ti.te of An na I'triedt. deceived, Ja:n-s f ,r-t Lena First. X. d. Oids & s.itis and Wai:u.j:ton L. Swvcii' y. - Foivci-iure. To said uefcnc!an s N. i. Olds ott- : o'i'--is hert-tiy pvt:, that the ahovt- entikMi:n: i- n'Av peiuiini; in said c.' ir, and .baiuiiiiiAo: inis hetn issued a:iinst you Therein. Now. niiles yo:i sh-.ll perwu.ally ;u- an i appear before paid court on Therirst hiy rt the next term thereof, to be holder, in the co;;ft hniie in tt(- city of Kock Island, in the county . f Rock Isiand mih state afore-aiu on 'he :lr; Monday ( f ep:ea.o-r ni-st, tfi winch time and place the said smiu:;-" i tii.t'-e returiiablt;. an-i jiifatl. ansutr 01 k.'-njurto the hill of cumplaiu in satd suit Hied, that the same wi! ue taken for confessed us aaiiM you and decree entered accoruinly. Iiaied ai Rok I- and, lil. this 2T'h d;iV of July. A. I).. it-K). EDWARD H. BOWMAN. Jr.. Clerk of Maid circuit curt. Henry CrETtsXcinpl'is sxd'tr. OAw PARTITION SALE. State of Illinois. Ko."k Isiaud County, f In the Circ:;i; Court; In Chancery. Katie Kt-illy vs. Thoma Rei-iy. Tiarnev J'ei'iy. Ffttritk Heilly. K-itie H irteul Marrarit Mack anhoa. Eiiireiie Jii'iliy. Jr.. John I,Vi ly.MK tiitei Riley, Nana Keiilv and Kugene lleilly. rarti lion--General No. 'iiili. Notice is in-re by . iven that bv virtu? of a de cree oF said court, entered in the ..hove en'itied cause, on the Vnh dav of June, A. D.. Is'j, I shal on Fricav the tfip t dav vf JiHv, A. D..5. at the hour oi one o'clock in the ufternoon. v: the north ViMi; of the Court House, in rm'eiry of Rock Nl viid. in s .id coutity of Rock Isiamt. to Fatlfy "aid decree, se'i at pt;b:ic vendue, to ihe tithes and oes: h;.jaer lor cash. It:;-.! certain parcel of land, finmte in the connty of R ek Il:T,ii s..:e of l ili' oi-. known ai t! 'described a-- IV-iou to u it ; The south H4 fev of lots Jl n::v. :v. '.lork ti of Thompson & Wti.s" tttluititm lo tiie e y of Lock Island. Haied at Rock Inland. Ulinoi?. this ::u:n day of tune, ,. v., ISM. HENRY CU?m. er in ch nicerv Ro .-i I-tai.d Co.. II: Parks Pleas xts. Compl'is ;: ois ;itd Chancery Notice. State of Illinois, ( fi Rock It-hind County, f In the Circuit Conrt, to the S. pttmher Term, W. Ella illruer vs. Joseph H. Kihmer In Chan eery. Affidavit of lion-residence of the ab-jve defen dant. Joseph II. Killmer, navuijr Ik-en ti ed in the clerk's office of the circuit court of said county, notice is therefore hereby given to the sn:d non resident defendant that the complainant filed her hill of complaint in said court, on the chancery side thereof, on the "2Hth day of Jniy. and thai thereupon a summons issued out of said Court, wherein said suit is now pending, returna ble on the first Monday in the month of Septem ber next, hs is by law required. Now. unless you. the said non-residem defendant a bo e nam ed, shall pe;sonaUy be and appear before said circuit court, on the tirst day of the ne::t term thereof to he holdeaa: Rocklsland in and for said connty. on the tirst Monday in September next, and plead, answer or demur to the said com plainant's bill of complaint, the same and the matters and things therein char fed and stated wilJ be taken as confessed, and a decree entered against you according to the praver of said biil. E. U. BOWMAN. Jr., Clerk. Rock Island, Illinois. July 28, 3c"-. M. M, Cokbett. Compt's Sol. Chancery Notice. State or Ilunois, i sg. Rock Island County, j" In tbe circuit court, September term, lt5. Cornelius H. Smith th. Adotph M. L. Lowe end J. D. Perry In Chancery. Affidavit of non-residence of the above defend ants Aldolph M. L.Lowe and J. D. Perry having been filed in the clerk's office of the circuit conn of said county, notice is therefore hereby given to tire eaid noii-resident defendant that the com plainant filed his bill of compNint in said court, on the chancery side thereof, on the 3S:b dy of July, lbt5, and that thereupon a summons issned 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 by law required. Now, unless yon, the e id non-resident defendants above named, shall personally be and appear before said cirenit court, on the first day of tbe next term thereof, to be boldenat Rock Island in and for the said county, on the first Monday in September next, and plead, answer or detnar to tbe said complaintant's bill of complaint, the same and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed, &nd a decree entered agaist you according to the prayer of said bilk E. H. BOWMAN, Jr., Clerk. Roc Island, Illinois, July 2w. Itofefi. M. M. Corbitt, Compt's Esul. IMLfiKI MjrA written guarantee of enre riTen m every case nndertakea. Mf&ll consul tauonj Fm aoa SrNl. Dr. Clarke's Celebrated Book cut nungs (in ptain envelope hv tumps. . n.OsAAU, IMIrC te. CUJtsI BT. IMitAdO, ILL. dec-3-dlj iNew Advertisements. Importantf Canvassers WASTED- Live Canvassers in every connty in the United States to sell FuX'S PATENT RE VER IMLE SAD IKON, which combines two sad Irons, P lisher, Flnter. &c, ene iron doing the work of an tutireet of ordinary irons. I- self heating by gas or alcohol lamp. DOES AWAY WITH HOT KITCHENS. Price moderate. A large and lasting income nsnred to good canvass -ere. Address, for circulars Ac, FOX SAD IRON CO.. W Reade St. N. Y. it' 1 N T C ft ! INTELLIGENT, Ambitions, Energetle. flMIl I tul to secure and fill our orders in his see. SJS U 1 1 Hon. Responsible House. References n mnii iiexcnangeo. iaiwieig Kf T uirrerent department. la I y ,8431. lc- rn inn UAY BROS- BOX l,5S3.ii. V.IS75 TO $100 WANTfD Ladies and gentlemen ,n city or country to ttke li ht ork at their own homes $3 to $4 a day can be easily made; work sent by mail ; i o canvassing. We have good demand for onr work and furnish stf-adv employment. Ad d s, with stamp. CROWN M F ti" CuMPANV. 294 Vine St., C.ncinnati, Ohio. THIS PAPER may be found on. flis t GEO. P. ROWELLJrCO'S JtEWSFAFEa AnVESTXSlNO SING B Bcbeatj (10 Sprues Street)! where adver tising contracts may be niaus lot it la HEW YORK. ALL KINDS OP LADDERS IN STOCK Or Made to Order. Painters, Mechan ics and Farmers ask your Deal ears for our Eunice Ladders, which are made of the Best Spruce Plank. SEND FOR PRICE LIST. Special Attention given to Furnish- Corporations Ladders for Fire Purposes'. C.4tn4LeClaiM Streets, DAVENPORT. IOWA. ff, G. Niclcerson, 1S05 Sfcocd Avemie. Is well stocked with a full line of goods for Gentlemen's Wear, comiirUics; all tbe Novelties of the" Season, AND AS LOW A? they can possibly be nr.'.:tlit. Datarr if l r i m is laiarru: It is adicse of tLe mtuous mmbraii , it sniri form a ikii sTt' iaJ r .... m em bri.no v. 1 : n i n l1 -nu lur-'Jirn tne ci resiive firftir.s. eor- f -xVP- v$Ji - 1 i . j5. -.. .. xviv- oriHiuriT. it-1 er iro'i Sil Cre-- Balm, has LJI CTsCs? E3 reiAtation wherever rSmW known.LlisplacmirtiiJ o:herprepirar:oTie. A particle is applied into each re'ieves pain at once, is hirieeablt u use. It Cleanses the Head. Allaavs In lamatian. Heaies tile chores. Smell. Hearinsr. A Thnicu h Treatment will Cure. .Not a Li'iuii or Snuti. Aini' into Price at dnipp-ts, or by nu::!. snj for C". etiiar. ELY BROTHER. Irmgg:s-s. Uwetro. N. Y. j " ; i- ihvly Master's Sale. State of Illinois, i County ot Hues Island. ) In the Ciicuit Crurt; in Chancery. Hi:h RaNton vs. Henry Falb, Martha A. Falb. John AI. Moore and Mary Moore, Foreclosure. General No. 2t)',H. Notice is hereby riven that by virtue of a decree of said conrt. entered in Ibe above entitled cause, on the 5th day of June, A. D., I8s5, I shall, on Saturday, the 5th day of September. A. D., 15. at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, at the north door of the court house, in sa;d county of Rock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at public auction to the hirhest and best bidder for cash in hand that certain parcel of land, situated in the county of Rock Island and state of Illinois, known and described as follows, to-w-t: The west h-ilf (H) of the south-east quarter (hn of section thirty-five (35 in townshin seven teen (1?) n rth of rane three v3j west of the fourth (4th principal meridian. Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this 7th day of July, A. D., ltW5. HENRY CURTIS, Master in Chancery, Rock Island county. 111. Parks & leas vkts. Compl'ts Sol'trs. d&w AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LTJNDY, AUCTIONEER Attend Sales ix irriiB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or ReceiveConsignments and make prompt return. cond Arenas E0CK 5BIA1ID ILL. anzldtf. Drugs ai Medicines, HELMBECK'S DRUG STORE, Corner of Third Avei.ueiid Tenth ttreet. Rock Island. yTreacriptiona carefully componnded by reg 9tred Poarmaciate. jniy-iSly nmmi Laaaer Co i j1 in -mm Sic MfctcjRrcCOU'l t,.i mmra: Pn'riirn Hot many terrible aches one's poor fcead 'Fr the Icifir.iM aches and paint f nm has, and what suffering is caised by these R?ntp J'k ?.lUItfrc tny fhe?no' tendsches. Relief may be had from .errous, mMiem, it u lmort a jciflc." " Kmralgic, or Si(k Headache by tbe use of, Pari Ritchie, M. D., Bt. Pan), Mine fowrvfYW& whith i not a cure-all, but "Tim bmk) Touoaldik in casm ai Smnlmz JV JWvvvlr bich is cure for Nervous HeedaohM with success in almcxt ereir jiwUiia, Headache, Neuralgia. Rheumatism, Sciatica tricli' N" W fSiL and liout, No proprietary medicine hae ever! t LDk I,0fTO- l."-CW . jmmw f,m .v- "TosoAtrsi h alrendr done food sarvuemtm obtained such strong endorsement from the cams of tai.itaal Headache." medical profession. I Thzo. Hebmanm, M. D., 8t. Thomaa, Ma FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICK ON'B DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. A. A. IVELLIER, Sol. Proprietor. 109 and 111 WASHINGTON AVE.NUK. ST. LOUIS JOHN SCHAFER, -DEALER Wines, Liquors, No. Till? place hap been refined an! refurnished and jyLancb every morning. iDR. FOSGATE, 309 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa, 20 years practice, tnikec ill private diseases a specialty, such as Syp7tilis, Gonor??ta;a, Glee!, Stricture, lmpotency, Spermatorrhea, all urinary troubles afci! mercurial affections of the throat, skin and bones. Cancers, Tumors, Piles, Catarrh ed successfully. Consultation t? All letter I.T THE MOLTiSTK WAGON. The Moline Wagon Comply Manufacturers of Farm, Spring and Freight Wagons, A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, etec;aly.irlaj4 to the Western Trade, of superior workmnnskip and tinisc. SriVaTr?d Price Li Tree on ajipl'cation. See the Molice Wat;os before parchwiag otkn. mar-l-Uwiy WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE SEE BT EXAMINING .pS.'OT.lS1feRedWnig . P'Vy C-f CHICAGO, RCCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY By reason of its central position acd close relation to all principal lines Eaetaraff west, at initial and terminal points, constitutes tiie most important mid-crrate--rental l:nk in that svsteai of through transportation which invites anft facU tates travel end traffic between cities of the Atlantic ancl Pacific Coasts. K ia also the favorite and best route to end from points East, Northeast azuf boutbeast. and corresponding points W est. Northwest end Southwest. The Rock Island system includes in its main line and branches, Chicnm Johet, Ottawa, La Salle, Pecria. Geneseo, Moline end Rock Island, in liLm&t Davenport, Muscatine, Vascin3t0n, Faii-fleld, Ottumwa. Oskaloosa, Wnc; Liberty, Iowa Citj", Des Koines. Indlanola, Winterset, Atlantic, Knorvm, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Centre and Council Bluffs, in Iowa; Galla.'Uo Trenton, Cameron and C:i!isaa City, in Missouri; Leavenworth end Atrtusea., in Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and St. Paul, in Minnesota; Watertown a Dakota, aad hundreds ol intermediate eities. towr.3. Villages and stations THE CHEAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantees its patrons that sense 0" personal securit? fi'orde3 oya sor. thorouarhiy ballasted rond-bed: smoot?i tmcks ol continuous steel rail; eut Stantiauv buiit 'culverts &nd bridges; roliinjr stock as near perfection sir tumsn skill can mate :t, the safety appliances of patent bufiers. platform; and uir-brases; and that exacting discipline which governs the practiavi operation of ail its trains. Other spGcioliies of this route ere Transfer at; all connecting points in Union Deyote, and the unsurpassed comlbrte hiat luxuries of its Passenger Equipment. The Fast Express Trains between Chicago and the Missouri River are mm rosed of well ventilated, finely upholstered Day Coaches. Magnificent Fullrraau Palace Sleepers of the latest desifrn, and sumptuous Dining Cars, in waMi elaocrately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, "good Digestion welting ta Appetite, and Health on both." Between Chicago end Kansas Citv uxor. Atchison, are also run the Celebrated Reclining Chair Cars. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Is the direct and favorite line between Chicago and Minneapolta and St. PVmSL where connections are made in Union Depots for all points in the Territoriaar and Britisn Provinces. Over this route, Fast Express Trains are run to Sam watering places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and hunting and fis ing grounds of Iowa and Minnesota. It is also the most desirable route Uli rich rheat fields and pastoral lands of interior Dakota. Still another DIRECT LINE, via Seneca and Kankakee, has been-optm between 1 Newport News, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and LaiayetlBAmaft Council Bluffs. Kansas City, Minneapolis and St. Paul and intermediate rxnna. For detailed information see Maps and Folders, obtainable, as we am i def' i Principal Ticket Offices in the United States and Canada; aw Ft. R. CABLE, "resident and Cetera! Manaoer Chictqo Dr. E. F. FISH, 92 Wisconsin St., MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. SPECIAL ATTENTION Given to Throat and Lune Complaints, Digeaaee peculiar to Women. Private Dineafeg of both Seiee: all Skin liieordere. Hours 8 to 10 A. M., 2 to 3 P. M., and 7 to 8:30 P. M. uaar-l&-lwly FREE! RELIABLE SELF CURE A favorite prescription of one of tbe most noted and successful seciaiists in the U. S. tiired. for the cure of Kenrui BebUltv. Xtt Manhood. Weakieu and Uecr. Sent in p'ain seaicd envelope Freo. Druggists can fill it Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. 4-decdwly The Eureka Furnaces Are aeli-feeding, Uiul reqnlring the least pos. . le anovnt ot attention; carrying fire with certainty, and securing nerfact iinlfVmitT of temperature. They do this wKh tbe chtapebt grades (unscreened not and screenings) of soft ooal. without soot, am k or odor in the house, and easily pay for them selTes by savicjrinooa! hills. Sold on a pnarantee! Write to or call upon HeCOKB A ASHOUt Gen'l Ac ts. 1 Late Street, Chicago, 111. July 6-cllin funk IX- Beer and cigars, 1316 TUird Avenue. Rock Island, IDs, i now one of tne be;t Saloons in the city. iuuf-iMtf and all chronic diseases treat and correspondence free. CEOCRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WU. THIS MAP, THAT THE E. ST. JOHN, General Txkei and Fassenper Ageni. Cjokt. J.M. Bcronn, G.M.Looslet. J. E.LMaxac. Buford & LoosleyBsm GENERAL- Insurance Agents- Tne old Fire and Time-Tried rnmjuriar fc presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAH. Rates as low as an Reliable Company ca Tour Patron ase Is Solicited. iarOfllc in Argot Block, MITE1TY IF Willi. . SUHMES LAW LECTURES (nine ns begin Stlh July. ItW, and end lh fcepte ruber; iiw proved of signal use. 1st, to students ar&c s sisn to pursue their studies at this or other law , School ; Ind, to those who propose to read primari ly', aid &d, to practitioners who have net advantage of (ytmatic instruction, Kor .mmt lar apply (P. O. Vniversity of Va.) lo imm , M raoa. Prof. Com. and Stat. Law. 4-w-tat. W. B. BATES. B. C. CLSAVEatSS EBTABLISBKD 16C6. Haves &Cleavelan4 J -GKERAL- Insurance Agents? Fir9, Life & Aocldent Infixrerss, OFFICE Biwbstoh Block. SOCS ISLAND, ILL. All Losses Promptly Adjusted and Pajia SUM Afienty. . ( if i i 1