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Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than Jroost men, and used more and bore every year. ROCK ISLAND RON WORKS ! Pu'ent Cast and Wrought Iron Fence! heapest Fence in the World for Residence or Cemetery Lots. Made any Height Desired. IttTAil kind of IRON and MACHINK work in promp'.iy anu sausiacuon guaranteea. Wnie fur prices. DOWNING BROS. Rock Island, III. '.fp-S-rtijr KENSINGTON MEDICAL AND Surgical Infirmary, 4C1 and 463 Broadway, MlLWAVKEE, Wis. MfPHE most extensive in E X the L nited States. Dr. Kessfngtox, Pres't, E TKEAT ALL CHRONIC DISEASES ISO DISEASES' OF ETE AND EAR. iVE CURE CATARRH Aril Diseases of the Throat and Lnngs. treat diseases of women with wonderful soc cess; use Lli'Ctncuy and Hot Air-Bathe. STE POSITIVELY CURE seminal weakness A disuses or a private nature; perform the iC. diHu-ui: sarsriral operations and correct ce- -in.tifcii. wejirodnce m our extensive labora ? wat rcmviiy for tliroat. Inn" and nervous af- ions. Stud tamp for a valuable Jledir-al on. ot ovir IW pages, on HOME TKEAT i.VT. mar-lt-dwly HE MOIM SAYINGS BANK (Ctartereo ly be Leeis Vnreof Illinois.) kOLIE - - ILLINOIS -jz dniiy lrr-z A. X. to t P. M..tsd on Toes caj nLf -..--.-Cay EvenlLfre from 7 to 8 x'c'.O.-K. p eril I.'.;!-.', letea'.ii t th ti:t v l par .sr.. -r Assua. fceposits received in amountB 01 $! sad upwards. SSOTRiTT ANZl ADVANTAGES. 7it private property of the Trustees it respon itiothe depositors. TheofEcertare prohibited rwiuwmi j ui :ie uinuce. aiuun alio (imed wimer, protected by special law. ijmca: S. W. Wheilocx, Prei'denf.JoHS id. v:c( President ; C. F. Houkwat, Cashier :arrr.is: b W. Woeelock. P-jrter frktaon W.Iiode'l, N.n hesier. H W.Candee. C. 3-st.u. A. S. Wrrtl, :. F. Eemnway. Joti "!. J. M. f'hr'stv C. H .Stoddard t lijc or'.y rtcr ered Savings Bankin Roc to (,'ootitv aniilawy The A cme Ledger AND BILL HOLDER. AaVvice r:r keepinsr small and transient ac ''Et; tne :ai'st tiiid het: a necessity to every luess man; unexcelled for strength, beauty acMvemeiiee. "ohih of the advantiures to be derived from the -oi mis Leuffer are: ' A': the umail accounts are by themselves in it plare and maileontin bill form, with one to te writtni's saved. - For collection thrt book may be carried in pocket. If the bill is paid it is torn out; if not ready for the next time. When partlns call to pay, much time is sav " the biii :s ready to be receipted. The Udzer is not '.imited to any special bni- wu.au ut tisea to advantage in any retail -mess. sy bnsiness man who is on the lookout lor "Jicaiand time-saving inventions cannot af ro to pa., this without a trial, which involves tiei. as the bills furnished are alone worth the 'c"y lor the purposes oi bill heads or state- -nti!. County Rights for Sale. .promptly tilted. Price of Ledger, ii"' "'r l edger. anH all requests for -v . u.-, oe amiressea to J. W. POTTER. ABurs Office. Rock Island. 111. WHE AT Baking Powder AUARIl':iti;OI.D.IEIIAL(FInlPriEe) " MlW OKLKANs EXPOSITION "VElt ALL C O.MPETITOKS. BISCTJITS THAT Dyspeptics can eat. MAItTIN KAI.BFLEIM'H'8 SONS, "tubiiahed vsa. NKW YOKK. por sale by all Leading Gro-J cers. WATKINS & HILL, Dealer! In FY and Green Wood. !H alw attend to Eaulhig of all lindi :iiDe , v "eroi srotn street on moiice .-i0 lVt ; oruers may w. G-W TOMLINSON, iy r:!; "ttenilT . i llli. Heiice cal1 f' my services. Be of 0K1ON, ILLS. I I H I a lF toon BLOWING UP A SHIP. POSSIBILITIES OF THE WARFARE OF THE FUTURE. Dropping Bomb, from the Skies A MIh Light-Giving Rockets Which Cn iuak the Attacking Party . A Magnificent Sight. IGreer's "Modern Dsedalus. Our equipment was the same as before, except that naif of us carried a single ten pound bomb instead of three rive pound ones. We followed the shore on the southern side of the bay as far as Dalkcy island, which borders it in that direction. About a mile in the offing were visible the li;hl8 of a lare steamer, the first of the line. We knew that the next one lay two m.les beyond her, but from that dis tanoe we could not make out her lights. Arrived at a point almost directly above the vessel, 1 halted my little party and exp air.ed my plans, which were ex ceedingly simple? neof the men, bear ing a ten pound bomb, was to descend cautiously until he was near enough to drop his burden into the funnel, after which he was to rise upward again as fast as possible. The rest were to remain in readiness to repeat the mameuvre if it shou'd fail the first lime. The man se lected at ouce began the descent, and lor a few moments we strained our eyes through ihe gloom, ainly trying to fol low his movements. Presently a sliirbt ratt.e was heard; there was a bright l.iish and a stunning report. The bomb had missed the t-uuel and exploded on the i.eck. t'or a few seconds there was dead si lence, then a confusion of many voices: then a shot was heard, a rocket whizzed up past us and burst into 1,0 '0 poiuts of da.zhiig brighlness, which lighied up with noonday cienrneajs an area of more than a mile. In the unearthly glare we could plainly see our comrades hastening upward to rejoin us. Lefore the intense brightness had gone out, there was a sec ond report, another rocket came hurtling and screaming right among us, and burst into great b!a ing stars above. The ef fect was indescribably magnificent, but sadly disconcerting to our plans. We were confused and dazzled, and must have been plainly visibe to tiinse oa b ard. "ccut ler, nun scatter!" I shouted as a third rocket came almost in the trai k of the second. It wts plainly impossible to re main where we were, but in spite of the f.ami: g, salj hurous masses that were falling ike a rain of fire around me, I balai.cvd myself lor a moment while I found with my plumb line a point exac tly over the ship. Then I loosed my ten- Found shell from its sling and dropped it. heard the crash of its fall upon the deck, and a deep mu i ed explosion, which told it had broken through and burst be low.. 1 did cot wait to see the end, but, striking dif at my utmost speed, I blew a shrill blast on mv whistle to rally my fol lowers, and held my course toward the next ship. It was not easy now to make out her exact posithn. Kvidently aroused by the commotion, though probably not understanding its cause, she was throw ing out luminous shells on the side near est the land Each of these, bursting at a lofty elevation at a distance of about half a mile from the ship, diffused a bright light over the water, by which the small est boat within the distance of a mile might have been istinct!y seen. The rattle of a drum beating to quarters came across the water, and it was clear that she at least would not be caught naj ping. But whi.e wiihin a wide circle all was light as day, the vessei herseif lay lieyond in the darkness, now denser than "ever from the contrast. Her 1 glits had all been extinguished, and the only clews to her position we; e the frequent flashes of her mortar, and the dull reports as shell after shell was sent up. This was the very thing we wanted The darkness in which she wa shrouded was m ce-sary to our success, -while ihe inteusity of vigil ance with which her crew scanned the surface of ihe water prevented any eye ueiLg turntu towaru me sy. With a low whistle 1 brought a'l mv men around me, and, in a few words, di rected one who carried a large sheil to de scend low over the vessel, and make quite sure that it dropped into the funnel, lie was then to shoot away to the dark side as quickly as possible. The rest of us ascended to a greater height, keeping as directly over the doomed ship as we could iu the darkness. For a lew min utes, which seemed an a:e, we waited, looking dowa .No grander or more striking spectacle could be imagined than met our ga e , the flashes of the mor.ar, the intense blaze of bursting shells, the quivering light re'.iected from the illumi naled cir-ie of sea, and in the distance the rockets which the other vessel continued to throw up The third 6hip was now burning lights too, and so brigiitly was the suriace of the water displayed that even so small an oh ect as the head of a swimmer must have been seen. fut we had not long time to admire this brilliant display. We could not fol low our comrade s movements in the dark ness which fortunately enshrouded him; but af'er some minutes of suspense a deep. thuDdeious, sound was heard, fol lowed, alter a few awful moments, by loud, cociused ihouting. The firing ceased, the light ol the last shell went out like a dying lamp- and through the dark ness a horriljje, rushing gurgling sound came up to our ears. "That's the last of her, ' said one of the men, in awe struck tones; "1 guess thai shell has blown a hole iu her bottom. Say. captain, shall we go and try the other one? We may as well make a complete job while we're about it. " The Tricolor Qnadrills. iParis Letter. The latest and funniest phase of French fashion has cropped out in Paris in the indention by a society leader of what he calls the "Tricolor quadrille." Of the eight couples composing the quadrille half the gent'emen wear red coats, the other haff blue coats, and all of them white knee-breeches, while all the ladies are in white. This presents a perfectly prismatic picture, which the quadrille movement makea kaleidoscopic. It is proposed to get up a cosmopolitan ball where the dancers shall represent the na tional colors of every government in Europe. A Wonderful Discovery. Consumptives and all, who suffer from any affection of the Throat and Lungs, can find a certain cure in Dr. King' New Discovery for Consumption. Thousands of permanent cures verity- the truth of this statement. No medicine can show such a record of wonderful cures. Thous ands of once hopeless sufferers now gratefully proclaim they owe their lives to this New Discovery. It will cost you nothing to give it a trial. Free Trial Bot tles at Hartz & Bahnsen's Drug Store. Large size, 1.00. An American scientist says the ivory of Central Africa will give out in ten or fif teen years. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errori and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, loss of manhood, 4c, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy ntts discovered by a missionary in South America, fnd a self addressed envelope to the Ret. Joseph T. IkmaH, Station D New York Citr It has been calculated that the free lunches in New York saloons costtll, 000,000 annually. ADTICX TO MOTHERS. Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cutting teeth f 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 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-28-m-w-s m 1-y According to Mr. Bell, supervising architect of the treasury, the coming building material is the oolitic stone of lndir.na. It is impervious to beat and cold, clastic, durable, and as susceptible to polish as marble. Kervoni Debilitated Hen. You are allowed a free triU of thirty days of the use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic Belt with Electric Suspensory Appliances, for the speedy relief and per manent cure of Nervous Debility, loss of Vitality and Manhood, and 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. Edmund Hoyle, the patron saint of old fashioned whist players, was born over two hundred years ago, and lived t the advanced age of ninety seven, dying in Cavendish square, London, in 1769. Hay Fever is a type of catarrh having peculiar symptom's. It is attended by an inflamed condition of the lining mem brane of the nostrils, tear-duc's and throat, affecting the lungs. An acrid mucus is secreted, the discbarge is accom panied with a burning sensation. There are severe spasms of sneezing, frequent attacks of headache, watery and inflamed eyes. Ely's Cream Balm is a remedy founded on a correct diagnosis of this disease and can be depended upon. 50 cts. at druggists or by mail, bend for cir cular. El v Bros., Druggists, Oweeo, N. Y. False hair was worn ages ago. It was preached against by the fathers of the chun a, but to no purpose. Bncklen'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 all skin eruptions, guaran teed to cure in every instance, or money reiunaea. ao cents per dox For sale by Hartz Rhhnsen A bed of pure marble has been struck 2,000 feet below the surface in Atlacts, Ga., by artesian well borers. Have been using Tongaline upon a pi tient who has been suffering with neuraK g a for fifteen years; the effect was re markable. It gave immediate relief. R. T. Connally, M. D., Mountain Fork, Ark. Joshua Tuthill, Saginaw, Mich., had Bright's disease, and was cured by Hunt's Remedy . Cl ATA B E3 H What is Catarrh: It is a disease of the miiconp niemfjrane, generally oripiuatiug in the nasal paseatc nd mairj turning it stronghold in the head." Fromthispoin it send fortn a jk' onouvi rap along! be membranons lininps and through the di gestive onrans, cor- uptiue the blood and iroauciDg otnertroa ilesome and danger- out symptom?. Cream Balm ha trained an eLviabit ilAyrpifp n reputation wherever 1 w 6 known, displacing all otiier preparation. A particle is applied into each no-mi re.ieves pain at once, is agreeable to u-e. It Cleanses the Head. AllaavB lnilamatian. Heales tb.e Sores. Restores the fcenses oi' Taste, Smell. Hearing. A T horou h Treatment will Cure. Not a L.guid or :Snurl'. Apply into Nostrils. Price 50c. at drtifrgi-ts, or by mail. Send for cir cular. ELY BTiOTHEKS. Druggists, Owepo. X. V. jnlyS-iiwly COOK'S O. CO Q. O E o CD I f CD s CO o X win On the top of ttae box ip an inclined oover whicb prevents the rain from entering; attached to the covers, on top and bottom, are springs which keep them always closed. When the top cover closes it strikes a bell to let yon know that your paper bae come. It is tbe finest invention of tbe age. The Arsds is the agent in the citv for these box es. Tbey are supplied to the Arscb subscribers St a very low price . Mss and Medicines, HELMBECK'S DRUG STORE, Corner of Third Avet.ne and Tenth street, Rock Island. 3P rrescriptions carefully compounded by reg- 'ered Pharmacists. luly-Sc-dly W. H. HA IBS. H. C. CLEAVELAN E8TAEU8H ED 1808. Haves & Cleaveland, J GENERAL Insurance Agents Tire, Life & Aocideot Insurance, OFFICE BmesroK Block. EXE XSLAlTO,' ILL. All Losses Promptly Adjusted aid Paid this Agency. a Ft y A" - I' 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WILLIAM JACKSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rock Islaud National Bank Building, Rock Island, 111. J. 2kl. BEARDSLEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW-Offlce with J. T. Ken worthy, ITU Secondavenue. aug-l-d Cm H. C. CONNELLY, ATTORNEY AND OOUNSELI)R AT LA W. Rock Island. I ils. Office in Post Officr Build ing, over Mitcnell A Lfmie's Bank. Rooms No 8 and 10. nov-34-dwly 1. D. SWIXKIT. C. L. WALKER. SWEENEY & WALKER, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAfT. Office in Bem-tton's block. Rock Island, 111. an-l-owT E. W. HURST, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office in Mai-ouic Temple block, over Rock Is land National Ban k, Rock Island. 111. sept-i!6 dwtf M. M. CORBETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Solieitnr InChaEcery and Notary Public, Abrs.ts, Loans and eoliee tions. Office, Bt.foid Block, id avenue, ovei Baker's Jewelry "tore. r.ov-2C-dlv GUIDO BECK, ARCHITECT. Second Avenue, over Peoples National Bank, Rock Island, Illinois. nov-s!9-dl BUSINESS DIRECTORY. JjUNSMlTUS. Wolff, Chas., Ill Seventeenth street. H AKNESS MANUFACTURERS. bauerman, John, 21ft seven tenth street. J ARD WARE. Stewart A Montgomery, 800 second averae. JJERCHANT TAILORS. Wendt, H. 1502 second avenue. EWSPAPERS. The Rock Island Daily A Rhus; nnhlihedever evening, (Sunday excepted) in Argus olock, op posite Postofflce. Best advertising medium in ihe city. Tbe Rock Island Weekly. Aasce; published every Friday. A tine job department in connec tion with the establishment. RESTAURANTS AND CONFECTIONERS. Krell. Fred., 1619 second avenue. gALOONS. Wesrph ai. John. 1S12 second avenue. NOTICE. Stat of Illinois, Rock Island County f" In the Circuit Court of eaid Rock I?!and county, In Chancery. Henry L. Bullen vs. Jame? First, Lena Firt, N. ii. Olds & ?ons, Claus Untiedt, Administrator of the estate of Anna Vntieut, deceafeu, and Watuington L. Sweeney, Foreclosure. To trnddefendanw, N. G. Olds & Son- and Claus Vntiedt, Administrator of tbe estate of An na Untiedt, deceased; Notice it? hereby given that the tbove eniitled euit is now pendiriff in said court and that summons has been ii-eued a.'aiut-t yon therein. 'ow, unless you shall personally be and appear before the said circuit court on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden in the couu bouee in the city of Kock Inland, in tbe county of Rock Island a d state aforesaid, on the first Monday of Soptember next, to which time and place said summons is rade returnable, and plead, answeror demur to the bill of complaint in sa?d suit fi!ed, the same will be taken for confessed ae against you and decree entered accordingly. Dared at Rock Island, UUco:, ibis 2"th day of July, A. D., 1SH5. EDWARD H. BOWMAN, Jr., Henry Curtis, Clerk of faid Circuit Court solicitor for Comolainaut. ti4w NOTICE. STATE OF ILLINOIS ) Rock Island County ( S9 In the Circuit Court of said Rock Island couMy, In Chancery. Clans Untiedt. Adrointetratorof the eptatp of An na Unritct, deceased, v? Jam" v.h Lena First, X. ii. Olds & Sins and Wa-uii.gton L. ssweemy. - Foreclosure. To said"defeDlani( X. G. Olds & con? ; oiice is hereby given that the above en!;tleduit is now pending in said court, and that summon hat been issued against you therein. Now, unless you h l! personally be and appear before said court on the first day of the next term thereof, to be hidden in th 'tourt house in ihp city of Rocs Island, in the county of Rock Island anil state aforesaid on the first Monday of September nest, to wiiirfa Time and place the said summons is maJe reTurnat'le, an i plead, answer or demur to Ihe b.li of i orniilaiTit in said snii filed, that The same wil; be taken for confessed as against you and dtcree entered accordingly. Dated at Rk Is and, ill., this $:tb dav of July. A. D.. tSW. EDWARD H. BOWMAN, Jr.. Clerk of said circuit court Henry Cl,RTi,Coinpl'ti SoFtr. tUw PARTITION SALE. STTroi' Illinois. I Roi k Island County, f -' In the Circuit Coon; In Chancer . Katie Reilly vs. Thomas Reilly, Barney Reilly. Patrick Reilly, Kntie Harten, Margaret Mack anboa Eugene Reilly, Jr.. Jobn Rei ly. Michael Riley. Maria Heilly and Eugene Reilly. Parti tion--General No. Stiia. Notice is hereby liven that by virtue of a de cree of said court, entered in ihe i.bove er.titleo cause, on the loth day of June. A. !., " I shall on Friuay the Slst day of July, A. D..1N-S. at the hourcf one o'clock in the afternoon, at :he north oorof the Court House, in the cily of hock Isl and. in Siid county of Rock Island, to saiisfy said decree, sell at public vendue, to tbe hiilest and iwst bilderforc.ar.b. that certain pa: eel of laird, sitnate in ihe connly of Roek I-iaiid and slate of llliroi-. known and described as foluiws. to-wlt: The south 34 fee: of lots n and 13 iti t.loi-k of Thompson 4 Wells' addition to the city of Rock Island. Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this 30th day of June, A- D., 1SS5. HENRY CURTIS. Master in t h mcery. Rocs 1-land Co.. I'. Parks . Pleas xts. Compl'ts ol'tors. dtd Chancery Notice. State of Illinois, ( Rock Island County, f In tbe Circuit Court, to the S.ptember Term, lSj. Ella illmer vs. Joseph H. Kiilmer In Chan cery. Affidavit of non-residence of the above defen dant. Joseph H. Killiner, having beeu filed in the clerk's office of the circuit court of said county, notice is therefore bereby given to the said non resident defendant that tbe complainant filed her bi'l of con plaint in said court, on tbe chancery side thereof, ou the SJKtb day of July, 1K5. and that thereupon a summons issued out of said 'ourt, wherein said suit is now pending, returna ble ou the first Monday in tbe month of Septem ber next, as is by law required. Now, unless you, the said non-resident defendant abo e nam ed, shall personally be and appear before said i ircuit court, on the tirst day of the next term thereof to be holden at Roc k Island in and for said ounty, on tbe first Monday in September next, and plead, aeswer or demur to tbe said com plainant's bill of complaint, the same and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered aga.nst you according to the prayer of said bill. E. II. BOWMAN, Jr., ( lerk. Rock Island, Illinois, July SS, ISM. M. M. COKBITT, Compt's Sol. Chancery Notice. , State or Illinois, ) st. Rock Island County, f In the circuit court, September term, 1885. Cornelius H. Smith vs. Adolph M. L. Lowe and 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 court of said county, notice 16 therefore hereby given to the said non-resident defendants that the com plainant filed his bill of compHint in said court, on the chancery side thereof. on the SSth d.v of Julv. 1SK5. and that thereupon a summons issued out of said court, wherein said suit is now pending, re turnable on tbe first Monday in the month of Sep tember next, as is by law required. Now, unless yon, the s id non-resident defendants above named, snail personally be and appe r before said circnit court, on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at Rock Island In and for the said county, on the first Monday in September next, and plead, answer or demur to the said complaii tant's bill of complaint, the same and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed, snd a decree entered agatst you according to the prayer of said bill. E. H. BOWMAN, Jr., Clerk Koc ' Island. Illinois, July as, 1S65. M. M. Cokbett, Compt's Sol. DELARKE ..La-KI'THLJVjO n rEC! until cured! -,T a written guarantee or eare riven tn every Ct se undertaken. -AU Consultations Fnm and fcarratf. Dr. Clarke's Celebrated Beok z-d r. nungs tin piaiu envewpesj ia aiayta f. D. CLAKXC, M, IM ts.CUUM.tiUlAtKhlU, dec-3-J3 . inr'.wjii!s N-'v Advpxtisements. ImportantsCanvassers W AHTED. Live Canvassers in everv coor-ty in the United States to sell FOX'S PATENT RE VERsIhLE SAO IRON, which combines two Sad Irons, P hsher, Pinter. c. one iron doing the work of an entire et of ordinary irons. Is self beating bv ga or alcohol lamp. DOES AWAY WITH HOT KITCHENS. Price moderate. A large and lasting incume nenredto good canvass ers. Address, for circulars Ac, FOX SAD IRON CO.. 5 Reade St. N Y. 'JU 8 UT r ft I INTELLIGENT, Ambitions. Energetle, U K ii I L U to secure and fill our orders In his sec aURtl lltlon. Responsible Bouse. References IflftN Ilexebanfed. (Also In IC A lADV different department.LA l Y,13l. K,? z S JU MAX BROS BGi 1,5(53. K I.K75 TO $100 WANTtD Ladles and gentlemen in ci'y or COUntrV to take If ht nrt- Ht rhfir nun hum.. 83 to (4 a day can be eaily made; work sent by mail: i o rsnvassinir. We have good demand for our work and lurnls!) steady emniovment. Ad dress, with stamp. CROW N" M'F'G' COMPANY, in vine si., ; neinnati, Ohio. THIS PAPER may be found on nie at u&u. i . ROWELLfcCO'3 KEWsrAFia AonBTtfino BrmtAtt (10 Sprats Mreet), nm aflver tuuuy contracts may 2 NEW YORK. US juaof K w ALL IH7SS OF LADDERS IN STOCK Or Made to Order. Painters, Mechan ics and Farmers ask your Deal ears for our ) which are made of the Best Spruce Plank. SEXD FOR PRICE LIST. Special Attention given to Furnish ing Corporations Ladders for Fire Purposes'. Cj7.4tli&LeClair. Streets, DAVE2TP0ET, IOWA. "CANDEE" ARCTICS WITH DOUBLE THICK BALL. Two Years TEST. The "Casdee" P.trBBE Co. give a better P.nb ber than can be obtained elsewhere for the same money, with their prat improvement of the UOI BLE THICK BALL. Tbe extra thickness ol rubberrightuuderLhe treaJ.gives DoniLK IVLaIL Ask to see the "C1DEE Donble Thick Ball Rubbers in Coots, Arctics, Overshoes, Alaekas, Ac A Common Sense Idea. C. H. FARGO & CO., Wholesale Agents, Candee Co.. CHICAGO. june35-eodCm I. G. Mra, 1S05 Second Avenue. Is well stocked with a full line of goods for Gentlemen's Wear, -comprising B",l tbe- Novelties ot the Season, AND AS LOW As they can possibly be bought. Master's Sale. State or Illinois, I County of Rock Island, (s In the Cilcuit Court; in Chancery. Hugh Ralston vs. Henry Fall), Martha A. Falb, John M . Moor and Mary Moore, Foreclosure General No. Staid. Notice is hereby given that by virtue nf a decree ot saiu court, entered in the alwve entitled canse. on tbeSth day of -Mine, A. I)., 1S85. 1 stiall.on Saturday. the5tli dav of September. A. I).. lSsr,. at the hourof one oilivkin the afternoon, at the north d"Kr of the court house, in said county of Rock Inland, to satisfy said decree, sell at public Miction to me oignesl ana best bidder ror casd in hand that certain parcel of land, si'tuted in the county of Rock Island ami state of Illinois, known and described as follows, to-w t: The west, half () of the south-east quarter () of section thirty-five (35) in township seven teen (IT) n rth of range three (3) west of the fourth (4th) principal meridian. Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this 27th da. ni uiy, a. is., ioeo. HENRY CURTIS, Master in Chancery, Rock Island county. ITI Parks A fLEAS ntb, Comid'ts Sol'lrs. d5w AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER will Attend Sales I EITBEB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or Receive Consignments and make prompt returns. Mond AvmM E0CK ISLAUD ILL. The Eureka Furnaces Are self-feeding, thus reqnlrtns the least pos. le amount of attention: carrying are with certainty, and secnririfr perfect . ujorpiitjr of temperature. They do this with the cbeailcrKrades (unscreened nut and screenings) of soft coal, without soot, sm ke or odor in the house, and easily pay for them selves by saving in coal bills. sVild on a guarantee! Write to or call upon MtivMH c AKaOLV Gen 1 Ag'U. W Lake Stwet, Chicago, 111. july6-dlm uayenport LaierCo w m ! iml llllSpruce ai fiiucJa liT mx CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE USEOF OPIUM OR . ; Xf dicol Brief, pnblished at St. Lntiis. says he June, issue : ' Many have become to uie upe ot opium or nionniue, from o. use of those drugs forthe relief of Neural . ..i. It is gratifying to observe thai roch dan - rous conequencef may be averted by the ve of Tongaline, which is almost & specific . the acute form of Neuralgia." FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. A.. A. MELUER, Bote Pronator, 709 DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY. THIS WEISESY SHOULD EE FOUND ON IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL. DO NOT BE DECEIVED. Many DnurRists Malt Whlakey In stock, attempt to palm oft being of an inferior grade and adulterated, pays ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT SOLO BY ALL FIRST-CLASS Send us your address and we will mail boox containing valuable information. Samplt yuurt Rottlet sent to any address in the United States(East of the Rocky Mountains), securely packed in plain cose, .Express charge prepaid on receipt of $1.85, or Six Bottles sent for IgO-OO DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.. Baltimore. U, U. S. k may-J-deodwly DR. FOSGATE, 309 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa; 20 years practice, makes all private diseases a specialty, such as Syphilis, Gononheea, Gleet, Stricture, lmpotency, Spermatorrhoea, all urinary troubles and mercurial affections of the throat, skin and bones. Cancers, Tumors, Piles, Catarrh ed successfully. Consultation T' All letters promptly answered THE MQLITSTE WAGOISr. The Moline Wagon Comp'y MOIaIIVrE.:iIjIjINOI8 Manufacturers of Farm, Spring aad Freight Wagons. A full and complete line of Platform Had oilier SrRtNG Waoonb, efjiecially adapted to the Western Trade, of superior workrrmriskip and Ciiish. VTTIlnstrated Price List free on application. See the Mo!!n Wagoi: before purrhsslne others. mar-15-dwly WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE SEE BV EXAMININC '.olWStillwater 7 MW' a-ra ' tl CHICACO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY By reason of ta central position and close relation to all principal lines East and West, at initial and termin-U points, constitutes tl.o mcf t important mid-continental link in toa system of throu?U transportation -which invites and facili tates travel and traffic between cities of the Atlantic and Pacillc Coaets. It is also the favorite and best route to pnd from pointa Eest, Northeasrt and Southeast, and corresponding points W est, Northwest and Southwest. . The Rock Island system includes in its main line and trenches. Chlcsuro. Joliet. Ottawa, La Salle, Peoria, Geneseq, Moline and Rock Island, in Illinois1 Davenport, Muscatine, Washington, Fairfield, Ottumwa. Okaloosa. West Liberty, Iowa City, Des Koines. Indianola, Wlnterset, Atlantic, Knoxville. Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Centre and Council Bluffs, in Iowa: Gallatin. Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri: Leavenworth and Atchleon? In Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and St. Paul, In Minnesota; Water-town in Dakota, and hundreds of Intermediate cities, towns, villages and stations. THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantees Its patrons that sense of personal security afforded by a solid, thoroughly billturted road-bed; smoottt t recks ot continuous eteel rail: sub stantially built culverts and bridiros; rolling stock as near perfection as human BklU can make It; the safety appliances of patent buffers, platforma and air-brakes- and that exacting dlBcipUne which governs the practical operation of all its trains. Otlor apoclaWea of this route are Transfers at all connecting points in Union Depots, and the unsurpassed comforts and luxuries of its Passenger Equipment. Tha Fast Express Trains between Chicago snd the Missouri River are com posed of well ventilated, finely upholstered Day Coaches. Magnificent Pullman Palace bleepers of tne latest design, and sumptuous Dining Cars, In which elaborately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, "good Digestion waiting on Appetite, and Health on both." Between Chicago and Kansas City and Atchison, are aiso run the Celebrated Reclining Chair Cars. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Is the direct and favorite line between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul, "J??".???108 are r5ade ln Union Depots for all points in the Territories and British Provinoes. Over this route. Fast ExpressTrains Tare Trun to the watering Places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and bunting and flsh lnggrounds of Iowa and Minnesota. It isalao the most desirable route to the rich wheat fields and pastoral lands of interior Dakota. u.SnTSi'i.1!," via Seneca and Kankakee, has been opened Between i Newrport News, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Lafayette and HSS1 1?ffi?' f1?88 C1'7' Minneapolis and St. Paul alod Intermediate pointsT -.For detailed Information see Maps and Folders, obtainable, as well aa Tickets, at all principal Ticket Offices ln the United States and Canada; or R. R. CABLE. resident and General Manaaer Chicago Dr. E. F. FISH, 92 Wisconsin St., MILWAUKEE, : WISCONSIN. SPECIAL ATTENTION Given to Throat and Lang Complaints, Diseases peculiar to Wo-nen. Private Diseases of both Sexes : all skin Disorders. Hours 8 to 10 A. M., 2 to 3 P. M., and 7 to 8:30 P.M. Correspondents please enclose stamp. maMSMwly FREE! RELIABLE SELF CURE A favorite prescription of one of the most noted snd successful s -ecia lists in the U. S. (now mired) for the cure of Kerrtw Debility, .Coat Maaii4, WmkHCMand Wrcny. Sent in plain seated envelope Free. Druggists can fill a. Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. ov-4-deodwly w MORPHINE! " Used Tomtaline In a fif WimTaalsWBB Mnf tl r U standing, wiucn had reaiBted all tnaUDeot. jLr Hmoe ana 108 puent au mdom ftom ner complaitit E. L. Rowx, M. P., GentiTTilliv Mo. Hit prfti Tongaline fair trial in Nmnlcia. To use my patient's own expression, "It's tbe medi cine for tliftt diBeue." J. P. Rxxsjel, Brighton, III. " I consider Toturaline the beet preparation fa Nmiraigia 1 hire ever tried." O. V. Dotal, M, D., Pinevillt, Ha PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. and 711 WASHLNOTOH AVENUE, ST. LOUIS. Pneumonia, . Consumption, Dyspepsia and IVasting Diseases. Poiitively Believed and atur amtttedinreftoring) italpotaer$ TEE SIDEEOAED OF EVEEY FAHLY and Grocers who do not have DuflTV'a Pure on customers, whiskey of Uieirowu bottling, whicb them a larger profit. WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER DRUCCISTS AND CROCER3. and all chronic diseases treat and correspondence free. mar-18-dly CEOCRAPHV OP THIS COUNTRV, WILL THIS MAP, THAT THE E. ST. JOHN, General Ticket ana Fatsenaer Aoent, Chicaea J.M. BuroRD, G. M, Looslet, J. K.Looslet. Buford & Loosley Bros. GENERAL Insurance Agents. The old Fire and Time-Tried companies Re presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. Rates as low as an Reliable Companv can afford Yonr Patron ace Is Solicited. , tVOffce ln Argos Block, DMMEB LAW IECTUBES (nine weekly) tr ain Mi July, lrH5, and end 6tb September; have proved of eiimal nse. 1st, to stndents who de eiL'n to pursue their studies at this or other Law Scuoo) ; ind. to those who propose to read private ly; and 3d, to practitioners who bavt not bad tha advantage of systematic instruction. For circu lar apply (P. O. University of V.) to Johh B Miaoa, Prof. Com. and Stat. Law. d-w-Ua.