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WEDNESDAY, SEPT., fl, 1885. Only Deiuooratic Dully in tn Klaventh Onn frrenf ioual District. J. V. 1'nTTRK . RniTon Ann Pdhmshkr. KOCK ISLAND DAILY AR(il S. ROCK ISLAND WKRKLY AK(4l'S, O'noui FATtis or tocz ISLAND citt ass ooshti ArCTf Itlock. - 0ip. l'ot Office. WIMVRITTIOK ItATRH I DAll.V K4 rents per week, or 51) rent pet nonth, n-livered by oarriers u ny part of th ntv WKKKI . Y J-. or y eiir. lweniufr rmld. Ax adventurous ami romantic career terminated Thursday in the death of ex rVnator Gwin, of California, our only duke. His title was obtained from Max imilian, and waa about as worthless to the recipient as Maximili in's empire in Mexico was Uertinc The duke'a Inter years were spent as a lobbyist in Wash innton a very respectful avocation, ac conline to the code of ethics that has prevailed for many years at the national capital. PuRiNU John Sherman's tenure of office as senator or cabinet minister since the close of the war several hundred cx-cous federates were appointed to important public positions by successive republican administrations. We speak now only of offices which require the assent of the senate before they can be rilled . Amos I. Akerman was nominated to a place in Grant's cabinet. Sherman himself sat beside Erring Brother Key in tbe Hayes cabinet. James L. Orr was appointed minister to Hussia as was John. Settle to Peru. Wbv dU John Sherman never weep or protest when he saw those ex n;bel brigadiers and many like them lifted into the saddle? Now lie trembles for the miliary because Lamar and Garland are in the cabinet. But if John were to tell the honest truth and shame the father of lies, he would admit that he is merely trying to dodge the irrepressible liquor issue in Ohio. THE AFPOWTIHQ POWER. The constitution declares, "The execs utive power shall be, vested in a president of the United States of America." Sec tion 2 of article 2 says that the president, "by and with the advice and consent of the senate, shall app"int ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, judges of the supreme court, and all other offi cers of the United States, whose appoint ments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by law; but the congress may by law vest the appointment of such inferior officers, as they think proper in tbe president alone, in the courts of law, or in the heads of departments.'' All officers whose appointments are not herein, that is in the constitution, "oth erwise provided for-' shall be appointed by tbe president. The side cases here other provisions have been made are that certain inferior officers may be appointed by the courts of law or the heads of de partments. Congress is thus authorized by the fundamental law to transfer a part of the appointing power to one co-ordinate and one subordinate branch of the government, and to vest in these two depositories of power only. Now, if the board of civil service commis sioners is one of "the courts of law,' congress can rightfully confer the power to appoint inferior officers upon such board. If the hoard is one of "the ht-aib of departments" it can also control cer tain appointments by direction of con gress. But by "the heads of depart ments" is always understood the heads of the seven great executive departments of the government; that is, the officers or ministers of the cabinet of the president. That this is necessarily the correct mean ing of the phrase "the heads of depart, ments" is shown by the fact that the heads of such important departments as those of the collector and the surveyor of the port of New York cannot and since the formation of the government have rot been autbobized to appoint a clerk or even a messenger without the sanction of the secretary of the treasury. The three depositories of the aiiixiinting power are distinctly pointed out in the supreme law. Neither the civil service board nor and other board or commitsion hapnens to be one of the three. But it is argued that a board outside of the constitution can discharge a part of the power of appointment or assist the constitutional agents of that power in the discharge of their duties. But the pres ident swears "to preserve, protect and defend the constitution," and all heads of departments aud all judges swear fidelity to the same instrument, and hence they cannot transfer or delegate powers vested in them alone. If the appointing power cannot be transferred by congress its free exercise cannot be limited by act of con gress. If it can be restricted at all it can be taken away. The Persiun Hlmh hit hlotU'd out Alt iitaring sln his realm aimtit, Nuve one, whose miiin 'tis to Met With beauty, health and happiness. He paints on every ni(iiintain front The Minple sign, "1st SOZOHoNt." Sozodont. This word, which has been staring every body in the face for the past years, and is now getting into nearly everybody's mouth, is a preparation for cleansing, beautifying and preserving the teeth, sweetening the breath, and arresting the progress of decay. "Spalding's Glue," mends everything. Notwithstanding all that has been writ ten about Persea, Minister Benjamin des clares that ignorance concerning it is so general that no correct map of the land has been made. Hew Light on Rheumatism. "I had been completely disabled from rheumatism. I used Parker's Tonic for kidney disease, when to my astonishment the rheumatism completely disappeared." Ho writes Mrs. Henry Bogert, of No. 454 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Rheu matism arises from the failure of the kid neys to separate the uric acid from the blood. A COFFEE DSUNKAED. Philadelphia Presi. 'What a bright eyed man," said a re porter who leaned against the cashier's desk of a restautant near the public buildings one dav last week. Tbe man in question had just paid a ten cent check and slipped out of the door with a jerky movement and a swinging of the cane he carried which decidedly endangered the people 8 peace. 'Bright eyed? lea, said the cashier, "he's a coffee drunkard." "What's a coffee drunkard?" "A man who comes in here four limes in two hours, as that man has this morn ing and docs every morning and takes a half pint of coffee every time, is a coffee drunkard. Bright eyes! Well I should say so. That man's condition all the time is the same as that of a man who is (ret ting over a big 'batter.' i mean his nerves are up in 'G,' his muscles are all a quiver and his mental vision is abnormally dear, lie is living at a 2:083 rate." "Why does be do it? "Has to. Must have a brace. Used to drink rum. Had to unit it, and now does worse. He never sleeps, he tells me. "Do you know many such?" "At least a half a dozen." Another Life Saved. Mrs. Harriet Cumniings, of Cincinnati, Ohio, writes: "Early last, winter my daughter was attacked with a severe cold. which settled on her lungs. We tried several medicines, none of which seemed to do her any good but she continued to get worse, and finally raised large amounts of blood from her lungs. We called in a familv plivsican, but he failed to do her any good. At this time a friend who had been cured bv Dr. Win. Ilall'i Balsam for the lungs, advised me to give it a trial. We then got a bottle, and she beiran to improve, and bv the use of three bottles was entirely cured. Your.g American men are settling in Mexico, but they are not marrying there. The story of a Mexican woman seventy two years of age who has just been blessed with a new baby has sort of scared them away frwin the senorilas. Even when on the highway to recovery from a sevire case of disease, there is al ways the fear of reaction and relapse that must lie zealously watched and guarded against. No lietk'r tonic for convalrs cents from cholera or typhoid fever is known than Mishler's Herb Bitters, whose invigorating and strengthening virtues have been proven in the most trying cases. J. Smith Tally, druggist, of Litcb fi d. III., writes: "I do more with it than with all other preparations in the market . The people will have U. President Cleveland keeps a scrap book of excerps from the newspapers in order to lie informed of all sorts of public opin ion. It is one clerk's sale employment to collect and preserve these things. II A V r'MKH. Ely's ('ream Balm was recommended to me by my druggist as a preventive to Hay Fever. Have been using it as direct ed since the ilth of August and have found it a specific lor that much dreaded and loathsome disease. For ten years or more I have been a great sufferer each year, from August 9lh till frost, and have tried many alleged remedies for its cure, but Ely's Cream Balm is the only preven tive I have ever found. Hay fever suf ferers ought to know of its efficacy. Frank A. Ainsworth, of F. B. Ainsworlh ifc Co., Publishers, Indianapolis. Ind. Artificial honey, imported into England from this counlry, has been found, on analysis, to be made of wheat or com starch, treated with oxalic acid. Tbe fraud cannot be detected by the taste. AN ARSWEK WASTED. Can any oce 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 jier manently cured and and who are daily re commending Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright's Disease, Dialietes, week Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured; they purify the blood, regulate the bowels, and act directly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50c. a bot tle by llartz & Bahnsen. Under seventeen was the French girl who savagely murdered her father with a club because" he would not let her marry her sweetheart. A well known citizen of Lancaster, Pa., Mr. L. B. Keifer, writes: Having a sprained leg of almost, thirty days stand ing, and aficr trying half a dozen adver tised preparations in the market without satisfactory results, I was advised to try Salvation Oil, did so, and in less than three days iny leg was all right again. It did the work. Joaouiu Miller tells how be and Bret Harte stood at the tomb ot Dickens. "His left hand smignt mine in science,' says Miller, in describing the momentous occasion; "his eyes filled with tears. We had never been friends before." A CARD. To all who are sullering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, loss of manhood, tc, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FKEE OF CIIAItU E. This great remedy Wn discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self addressed euveloie to the Kkv. Joskpu T. Inman. Station V Sew York Citv The French militia having shown thems selves in thirteen days of camp training, are by competent critics pronounced more like hastily raised bands than an army, so poor was their discipline and so lacking were they in skill. HOUNKOIill'N AI III I IIOM'HATK Tonic for Overworked Men Dr. J. C. Wilson, Philadelphia, Pa., "I have used it as a general tonic. snys and in particular in the debility and dys pepsia of overworked men, with satisfac tory results." The new Australian Cardinal, Patrick Moran, is a nephew of the late Cardinal Cullen, and was born in Ireland fifty six years ago, his mother being sister to tbe eminent Irish churchman and his father a prosperous farmer. I have been alllicted with Hay Fever for seven years Ely s Cream Balm cured me entirely. II. P. Callihan. baggage master, I. & St. L. It. It., Terre HauU", Ind. A son of Lord Sudeley has distin euished himself by rescuing his almost drowned brother. Dr. W. U. Wilson, of Springfield, Georgia, snys: "Hunt's Remedy is the best medicine for dropsy and kidney disi eases that I every used. The Mormon church architect is named Angel, and be is a polygamist. Dr. Gilliert Clark, of Warren, R. I says: "Hunt's Remedy for dropsy and kidney diseases, is a standard remedy." NO RACE AS YET FOR THE POSSESSION OF THE INT' H- NATIONAL CUP. Tha American Taeht Puritan Kiiik AT ml of the Ctanesta and Carries Aituy Her Bowsprit The Yan kees to Blame. Nw York, Sept . The yaohts ruritau and Ganesta collided Tuesday morning through tbe carelessness of tho Yankee's srew, resulting in the tearing of th furi- tan'g mainsail and the carrying away of tbe Qenexta'x bowsprit Consequently the race for the International cup is postponed. Highlands, N. J., Sept ft Whan the yachts came in view from Sandy Honk the Uenei-ta and the Puritan were in cloe com pany, and making nail for the Soothing lightship. Tbe Puritan's pennant wis first seen. The vachta ware less than liity yards apart when off the Highlands. The skip per of the Gene-ta pointed riht toward the I'untnu in an endeavor to take tbe tatter's wind awav. The captain of the Puritan believed he could cro tiie Genesta's bow, and tried to do sa The re mit was a foul, in which the tionostn's txiw sprit was carried away and the nmiiwiil of toe Puritan badly torn. Th constoriintion on the judges' boat and on the yachts was great, and those who were not near enough to nee were afraid that the yacht were injured below the water lino. It was a foul, pure and simple, tiion Mm part of the Puritan, and was due to Hie fact that her skipper thought be could bring hnr ho- fore ttie wind faster than he did. 1 he hole in the Puritan' mainsail is in the after leech, in the lower corner, and of course renders her usele?. It was only by luck that further accidents were averted, for after the collision all the visaing nnd at tendant yachts ran up clo-e to tho Puritan and Genesta and several funis occuri-o.i. INUNDATED AGAIN. Kansas Visited for the Third Time This Year with a freshet. Parsons, Can., Sept. 9. Another l evv rain aet in here Monday iiiumin r. All creeks and ravines are out of their bank-, and the larger ones nn yet gradually rising. lhe negr.m who live down on the l,uliett! tint. were for the third time this year rescue,!, many of them by swinimin out o. horses. Tlie small streams throughout the Country have become rivers, and a strong current., is washing down fences and corn and carrying away thousands of tons of tnv which had been cut recently nni either left in the cock or ctsu-Uei upon the ground where it was cut. This Is now the third great freshet this section of country has cXiori"iiee 1 this season, and it is said that the !,nU-t:e river Uneven inches higher than at any previous time. Water was running over the Mis aouri Pacific. track just north of town, when- Master Mechanic Paillips was drowned last April, about noen, and the creek lias con tinued to rise rapidly- ever since. Several washouts have occurred on the line. Funeral of Kev. Stephen Yl. Tyni;. New York, Sept 9. The funeral services over the remains of the late Jtev. Mention H. Tyng, Mr., were held Tiio.vl.sy morning at St .George's church, lhe rl.urch was drnped, and there were ineny floral ffermgs. Anions tb rtall-U-urer were , Pierrepont Mirg&n, John N. Stearns K. Fulton Cutting, Charles II. Marshall and Ilavid Davis. The ofSeiatiug clergyman were Bishop Lee, of llelawure; As istant HiShop Potter, of New YorK; llev. lr. K-imford, rector of St tre -r-.es church; Itev. Dr. Newton, of Pniladeiptiia, nn-i iiev. Dr. Benjamin, of Irvinton on the liud.-ou, where Dr. Tyug died. Bishop L venl -r.M tbe memory of the deceased, nnd siike of his uselul work as a minister, ice n m iini were taken to Greenwood for burial. Ad Illinois llorcia. Chami'aion, Ills., Sept 0. A month ao Mra. Hirain FeaL-ody, wile of a wealttiy armer in the vilhige of St. Joseph, ten miles from here, died i-ud k'nly of mil was supposed to lie neuralgia of the i-toinnch. Sue was followed, two weeks later, by her uus Iwud, who died with the same - mj toms. A few days ago Sbas I'eabndy, a on of the de ceased couple, au-1 Aiiss IVlle thirty, a daughter of Iloliert Huxty, were taken ilL Miss Mttrty died, and young 1'eal.oly escaped. A package ot rut poison was found pinned to an uud&rgarineut whieh the girl had laid aside liefore her deutli, and it is now believed the deaths were n 1 . iiM-ed by poison. She was engaged to young P -a-body, bat the old people oppo-e.i the maicii. The case has produced a great -erisati m. The Rmplnyes Tithe Hold. Detroit, Sept 9 Th Buhl iron-works. I this city, which nave been shut down since July 1, are to be r.-opnm -d under the management of tin lale enili yes. The men said they believed they couid mane a living if the works were started cgHin. ami were given permission to start ;or th-uu-selves. The managers say they uo not or.r uosa to open for themselves lor sonu tune yet, believing the iron business to l str.g nant, but they are willing to ltd the men try the business. Accident on llw Kail. SnARON, Fa., Sept A terrible ac ! dent occurred on the Erie & Itt-tn:rg i-n.ul, Thursday morning, near UVst Mdd i-os. Two passenger trains collide 1, an I b 'ill i gineers and one lirem-in ere Ldieu. T e train goiiiir south was nn excursion Ue;. The names of the killed are K lgine-n s ltai.. and Dougherty and lMreina;i llnier. . 0 passengers were injure,!. Oovernuieot lroirty Mcnneed. ASHINUTOK LITT, Kept. V. A telegram has been received at the Marine no-pi ai from Passed Assistant Su geon IVvau, ut Pert Townsenl, VV. 1'., asking autuority U employ WMtchtneu to iroteot tiie pn.eny of the Marine hospital service. Ho fay several attempts have ben made recent, y to fire the town, and that the plnci l. now under a patrol of i-itizens Acquitted. Mrur-nCiir, M. T., Sept 9 Lieut. Oil. Melvilie A. Curbraii. of the Fifth infantry of Fort Keogh, was tried Monday for per jury and acquitted. The case was an up hot of the court-martial of Lieut. John C. Fremont in Seplomlier, 1RM, an i the ver dict is received with great favor by tie soldiers au I citizm . A Whisky War Imminent. Pboiha, litis. Sept 9- There is no doubt but what the Western Export association i a thing of the pa ,t Alcohol and high-proof .spirits are publicly selling for f l.d-i io, I. ur, and private deals run as low as f LIB. Tiie bonanza distillers evidently mean war to the knife, and this course will undoubtedly end the article d own to f 1. Forty l'erson Drowned. Genoa, Sept 9 The steamer Will, from Qenoa for Malaga, sank at sea. It is feared that forty persons have been drowned. 'The Sonth 1'eDiigylvania. Philadelphia. Sept 9. General Solici tor Hcott Assistant Solicitor Logan, I General Counsel Wayne MacVeagh, and David W. Sellers, of the Pennsylvania road, were in consultation nearly all day, preparing the company's defense to be pre -en tod et Har riiburg in the suit brought by the attorney general of the state to prevent the transfer of the South Pennsylvania railroad. It is intimated that tbe attorney general will ask for a postponement on the grouud that tbe state is not ready. Later, On motion of Bolicitor Scott, of tbe Pennsylvania Railroad company, the South Pennsylvania railroad and Beach Creek railroad injunction suits go over to KIDNAPPED A BANK PRESIDENT. Am Emhewter Captured In Canada and Itronsht Actum the f.lne. WiNNipurj, Man., Sipt 9. Lawrence Brainer I, formerly president of the St. Al l.ons (Vt.) Savings bank, who has been a fugitive from jastii-e for more than two ears, has been captured by detectives in he -imple t manner, imaginable. A litt.e ver six months ago Brainerd and his wile ; one here and registered at the City hotel under tUe name of Jackson. Boon they se cured rooms in a private house and settled down loenj y life with the thousands of dol lars which had heen embezzled from the lunik. II is bondsmen have sinoe hail detect ives on his track, who, with tbe incentive of a reward oi (til 001, have at lust ano ns,hsl in "tlinn their man across the lines, though it i doubtful whether they wilt be able to hoi 1 him. Sc ortly after Brainerd's arrival here two detectives Uow.nl and, securing an intri duciioii, cultivated his acquaintance. The intimacy rit'iie-l, anil they went on ire- qnenl ex'-ui-sion. toj?etber. Saturday De- tM'tivn Davis proposed a duck -shooting ex pedition and the t wo went into the country. Five nidi's from tue city, in a lonely place, the oteer o-teetivo and a friend j in.'d the party, overpowered Bratnerd, itnd drove si jay miles to the southwest until Lhe tkin mlary line ws crossed, lirainerd's wife rusiioetAd the game and started the po lice in pursuit Monday they overtook the li ty on ill otlier si le of the line, hut the iMe.-tivis relu ed to give Brainerd up. lie.-il .-.teps will lie taken to enforce the re turn of tno prisoner. Urainerd thinks he jht as well return to St. Albans and stand trial, lie is ti;l years old. He was lvrn in St. Aibsns and his father was pres ident of the Verm nt Central railway. His wife i- a .-ister ol Governor Smith, and they held a lcad.ns: p isition in society before Brainerd's speculations called the hank's eoilai se. W'LL THcKE. BE REVOLUTION? l-'v iien IsiilM-lla and oritlii Said To He Makiair !!- Mst of Their Opportunity. r.N,;is, Sept. tf The great majority of ihe iievsoMer.s here lielieve that a revolu uoii in Sp -.in is i nevitabln Kx-Qnenn In-li-lia. h'-uev -r, irctends ti entertain a dif ferent idea. In an interview Tuesday she ioc-i i ss l hers 'lf a- hopeful that an amica- h.e -el. eiiieie ut t ae pn-sent dillienl ties be tween that eonntry and Germany would lie so-edily arranged, and that no national eommot.ion woutd arise. It is said that (leu. ljO)ez Dominguos has -u -milted to the pressure brought to bear on him ai has accepted the premiership l.iiMins, Sept H. It is reported that the Ivnivror Wilhani ha; decided that Yap, t e laj-j.i t of the Caroline islands, shall be given to Spain. The emperor is satisfied loat the Spanish ships had taken possession ot the l-tan.l t-hrt days ahewd of the ar rival of the German gunboat 1(aiirid and Berlin are decidedly tranquil. Ttib highly conciliatory disposition shown by Ger many has liwn received with the ut m.ist satisfaetion by King Alfonso's min isters. It is thought prohable that the king of the Belgians or the emperor of Austria will be requested to undertake tho tak of arbitration. Prince Bismarck is des pised to take as little notice as possible of the anU-Germn demonstrations at Madrid anl St. Sebasfiaa I'.x-V.ieon Isabella is in Paris, and is plot ting against the jwace of Spain. The hand of ZoriHa, too, is seen in tbe present troubles. Hut it is not Bismarck's iolicy to force a quarrel upon Spain, nor is it to his interest And so the dispute about the Car olines will doubtless be amicably settled. KfTW-ts of the Cattle Order. Washington City, Sept 9. A gentle man who is mtereste I in a cattle ranch in Kansas near the Indian territory returned from a visit to his ranch Tuesday. He said "When the executive order for the removal of ail herds from tho Cheyenne and Arapa hoe reservations was lataed there ware alumt 04 l.om head of cattle on the reser vations. With the exception of a few thou sand ail have been removed. The loss to cat tie-owners is perhaps $o a bead besides tiie loss of tiie prospective profits, It is uialer this latter head that the cattlemen made their statement of loss. The effect however, is felt ull through the cattle re gions and it will prolhly he a year before the market recovers from the effects of the ordr. The removal makes a difference of from $" to $I0 a head on stock animal-, and from to t' a head on fat cattle. The ef feet on marketable beef on the hoof wi.i lie shorlor in duration than the effect on siocr animals, h wever. Knights of Labor Happy. St. Lons, Sept 9. As a result of the conference between Messrs. Powderly and Turner and (hmernl Manager Talmadga, of t.'ie Wabash railrond. Cot Talmadge dic tated the following order, which has been telegraphed to the sujerinteTC?ent of mntive piwer and machinery, and thn superintend ent of the car department of ttie WatAsh road, with directions to instruct theii stiliordmHte officers accordingly: in lilting vacancies caused by the dis charge of men for incomjtwteucy, or by theii leaving the service, give the old men tht preference over strangers or new men, a-k-ing no qne-tious as to whether they belong hi the Knights of Labor or auy other organization. Messrs. Powderly and Turner expressed themselves as losing entirely satisfied with this order, and it is tielieved that ttie final settlement of ttie trouble has been reached, and that oj'iciiii notification will lie given to that effort An Odd IM-riirrence in Clmrrh. Nkw Haven. Conn., Sept 9. As the Itev. Mr. Clark, pastor of on East llaveu Con gregational church, began to preach Mon day, a dove descended from ttie apex aud perehisi on the Ihble from which had been announced the text ul snw the Spirit de scending like the form of a dove aud it rested up m hiin.'' The bird lingered near till the sermon was over, when it fluttered to the minister's head. The congregation tfweigit tiie inei lent a divine omen, but later discovered that the dove belonged to a tmy, and for some reasoa followed its owner hi eburch. I;'enl Ward on the Witness Ktanil. New York, Sept 9 Ferdinand Ward testified Monday in the suit of Assignee Holt a'.rainit W. S. Warner, that there was due Mr. Wnrner about f l,(KXi,IK(). for which tie gave new ehlig iIVhis I staring 3d per cent, a month. These nbligntnais were given to Warner, and returned to him in (Tirt in the form of coupons. A sum of sVVt 'Mt- paid by Warner in April was to bring tir.0,OlW Oct 10 following. Ward sfid he transferred his property to Warner to secure l;TS,5fl0. I Taper Company Kmbarraued. PiiiLAOKhrmA, Sept 9. The Sterling Pap-r Manufacturing company, of which ex-Secretary Ri beson of the navy, is presi dent, has made an assignment The assets ani liabilities are not known. The coui- PMiy has a iaid-up capital of $150,000. Minister Foster Quite IlL Maiikiu, Sept 9. Minister Foster, who has been iudispotvd for several days, is rail- rted as being come what worse An Enterprising, Reliable House.' I lint. & Bahnsen can always be relied upon, not only to carry in stock the best ol every thine, but to secure tbe Agency ror such articles as nave well known mer it, and arc popular with the people. thereby sustaining the reputation of being always enterprising, anil over reliable. Ilavin" secured the Agency for the cele brated Dr. Kiui's Kew Discovery for consumption, will sell it on a positive guarantees It will surely cure any and every allection of lhroat. Lungs, and Chest, and to show our confidence, we invite you to call and get a Trial Bottle iree. STATE AND COUNTY FAIR3. An CnujDnlly Good Showing Lars; Pre miumt Offered. Lawrence, Kan., Bent A. Monday wa the first day of the sixth annual exposition of the Western National Fair association a Bismarck trove. The largest agricultural. stxwk and machinery displays ever known in tbe state are on tbe grounds. All I hi horses of the we tern circuit are here. Thf association has been at unusual expense thn- year. Madiron, Wis., Sept 9. Monday wa tte opening day of the state fair, and whil. entries are as large as In any year there i- not much stir, and nothing like the usual number of people are present The author ities look for a rush after Tuesday. Tbe display of blood stock is large. Temper ance people have control of affairs tint year, and them is not a single drop ol liquor on the grounds but the Woman'i Cristian Temperance union has a large re freshment stand. Des Moinks, Iowa, Sept 9. A cold steady rain began Monday forenoon, reducing the attendance at the state fair to the lowest point in many years. The various halls, however, were beins; filled with exhibits and the showing ill perhaps average bettei than last year. The usual annual addres.- was pronounced by I'residmt W. T. Smith, followed by brief speeches from ex-Presi dent Mills I 8. Collin, and otheia. Wheeling, W. Va., Sept ft Tim fifth annual tri-state fair and sixth West Vir ginia exposition ojiened Monday under the mo't favorable eu pice--. The entries in all departments are larger than ever before. and the fair promises to be a flattering sue cess The races began Tuesday. About h,000 are offered in purses, and horses are here from all the surrounding states some coming from as far as Michigan. Kockfohd, Ills., Sept 9. The entries for the fair are coming in. Ex-Governor Fail-child, ot Wisconsin, one of the orators, is here. The prospects are that this will lie an unusually successful exhibition. Tues day the school children of the county were admitted free. What Whisky Will llo. Boston, Mass., Sept 9 Peter McCary, a hard drinker, awoke flionday night wit) the idea that the house was on lire. lit heljied imaginary inmates to escuw, and was just diving out of the window himsel when his wife caught him by the le; and held on while screaming for help Her strength gave out before any help came. and she was obliged to drop her husband ti tne sutewam iieiow. It is thought his in juries will prove fatal Attempted Train Wn-eklnc;. El.MiitA. N. Y., Sept 9. John Welch placed ties upon the track of the Tioga State Line railroad, Monday, at a place where there is a gorge seventv-flve feet ihv.p, atio there was a narrow escape from a terribl accident Welch wa-arrested amlconfesseil that tie owed the company a spite and ha. taken this means of revenge. Ho is now in jail. Teltnw Fever In Onaymas. Bsxson, A. T., Sept 9. Adispateh froir, Ouaymas reports that Lieut CoL N megr and (Jeorge Stevens died of vpIIow fev Uen. Liebas and four other officers are.lowu with the disease. Mild cases exist in Ma tatlan and San Ilia--. Changed Ita Name. Alkxanpria, Sept 9. The Bosph re Egyptien, which failed to make its appear ance as usual last week, has reapjieareii under tiie name of The lndeendv-uee Egyptienne. Deaths from Cholera Decreasing. Madrid, Sapt 9. - The number of deth from choiera in the infected districts ol Spaiu during tbe last six hours ending Tues day noon aggregate 64G. while the new cases are reported at 1,80. Exports of rrednee. New York, Sept ft The total export produce from this port the past weak wr valued at AS,17. HARROW ESCAPE. Ion HKsTKa. June 1. 1SS-J, -Ten Years huo was stl.-ii-keil Willi the most IiiU-um- and ili-Httily pains .n luy hark ami - AiaW jl. "Extending to the end of mv toes ant to my brain ! 'Which made nie delirious! 'From agony! ! ! ! "It took three men to hold mc on mv bed at limes! ''The doctors tried in vain to relicv me. but to no purpose. MoTjihme and vt her ninnies! "Had no effect! "After two months I was yiven up to die ! ! ! ! "When my wife heard a neighbor till what Hop Hitters had done for her, she at once "ut and gave me some. The lirst dose eased my brain and seemed to go huntiii!; through my system for the pain. The second dose eased nie so imn-h Ihst I sh-pl two hours. Hotnethiiig 1 hail not uene lor twi months. Hi-fore I Itsil lisi-tlltie hollies, ws w ell nnd at work as hard nn any man could, f over three weeks: hut I worked loo hard lor in strength, ami taking a bartl cold, I was tatu-u wit the tuo-t Ni-uti- and iishifiilrlifiinialisuiali (liroii inv system that ever was known. -I railed the dm lors again, and ilflcr evera weeks lliev lefl me a rrimilr on erntehes for life UK Iht-v saiil . I met afriend and lohl hiin inv r.isi and be paid Hon Kilters had rured hiin and wont cure me. I iioolieil at him, nut lie was so enrnest I was niilnred to usetliein to'sin. In less than four weeks I threw awnv nivi'viltch es and went to work HkIiiIv mid kept on nsingtht hitteni for live weeks, until 1 became as well as any man living, ami tmve heen so for six years ruin- It has also cured my wife, who Ion been sick for years; Hnd has kept her an my children well and healthv with from two to three bottles per year. There is n need to be sick at all if these bitters itr used. J.J. IJkkk. Ex-Supervisor. "That poor invalid wife, Sister, Mother, "Or daughter ! I ! ! "Can be made tbe picture of health! "with a few bottles of Hop Bitters! " II 'ill you let them suffer.'.'!.'" Prosecute the 8windlers. If when yon rail for Hop Hitters iff fjrfm dun terof oitx e Ihe whit Utttl t the dnigirist hamh out any hi ii tl railed C. I. Warner's tieriiian llo Hitters or Willi ether "Hop ' name, refuse It am shun that ilruegist as you would a viper, and if hi has Liken your nmnev for Hie stuff uuliet him fr Ihe fraud and sue liim for the dauiaues for Ihi swindle aud we will reward you Ills-rally fertile convirlloii In Montreal a man is not allowed to work at the shoe business unless he vaccinnated. Bncklen's Arnica Salve. The greatest medical wonder of theworl Warranted to siieedily cure burns, bruise cuts, ulrs, salt rheum, fever sorts, can cers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chap ped bands, and all skin eruptions, guaran leeu to cure in every instance, or money refunded. 25 cents ler box r or sale by llartz fir. Kalinsen A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it Magnolia Halm both freshens and beautifies. WmM glv'SS Remedy Kftmtooii kfoTAIMfe; mirirmiril mm. mmWrn 30 YEARS RECORD. CURES ALL rhyslclans' Teatlmoay. A. W. Brown, MJ)., of Providence, DISEASES K. I., Bays: "I have nscd IIukt's OP THB KlUncyaud Liver Rem but in my practice for the past sixteen years, and cheerfully recommend it as KIDNEYS L1VKB BLADDEB being a iaf and reliable remedy." AND TJ7UNARY Another prominent doctor of Providence says that "1 am fre niieiitlv urireil hi nse ulher nrenara- ORGANS BBOPSY OBAVEL lions as Hiihstituh's for Hunt's Kid ney nnd Liver KemnT. 1 find on trv'ini; them that tlu-y are worthless iu coinparhion to It" DIABETES BEIIIlIT'a UIBEAHB FAtKS IN THE BACK L01N3 OR HIDE An Old Lady. "My mother, 76 yearn old, hai chnmic kidney complaint and drop sy. Nothing has ever helped her like Hunt's Kidney and Liver Hkkkot. She has received great benefit from 8 bottles and wc think it will cure her." W. W. Sunder land, Iluihler, Daubnry, Conn. A Minister's Wife. NBnvor8 PldEABKS DETENTION OR NON- RETENTION Hov. Anthony Atwood, of Phila- OF URINE. PRICE Si.an. Send for ramphlet of TaiU monials. lirNTH KKM1IIY CM)., ueiimia, phvh; iium i, imiim-; suit Liver Kkmedt hss cured my wife of Ilronisy in its worst form. All say that it is a miracle." (pnrrnl Chare. fleneral Chare of Kliode Island says: "I always keep Hunt's Kid ney aud Liver litnEDT in my hoape. Taken in small doses occa sionally at night, it prevents head ache, and regulates the kidneys. Prevliliiiee, K. I. stomach aud other organs.' 10 'Disease soon shaken, by Hunt's Ekhist taken. C. N. I'ltllTKNTON. (I. f., deaeral Afrnt. Indigestion Cured. tMiflVred for mnn1 th:in five yesrs Willi imliuop- tion, rtriir.-'Iy aMf t n tiiin tin nimpU-Ml fMd on my MtmnHHi. The tuirnin wnsatinn w:i" nliiioHt tit4U'rhi. Hint my wlnl' tytt'm wm rtt-rjineftl. wu wakt-ftil ami could not elct p, and conse quently more or less nirvon Hll the time. I de clined in flesh, nnd mitTered ull the usual depress on nttemliuit uhu this lerrihle disease. In a word, 1 was miserable. At last, failing to tlnd re lief in anything else, I commenced the use of Swift's S(H-ei(ic. I bewail to improve at once. Tin medicine toned up the Ktmnach, strenulhent d the digestive orirans, and soon ull that burning cvas ed, and I could retain food without difficulty. Now my health is hm1 , and can eat anything in he shajM1 of fotH., and digest it without the -lii-liltt iliUlriiliv. 1 most cheerfully bear this siimony, becaie there are hundreds sufftTiujj as I whs, aud 1 am sure they can be as readih aled. Take the prescribed dose after eating. instead of before JAMRS MANS, No. ir Ivy St. Atlamra, Ia., May Vi, lsS5. Free from Malaria. In th" f,,ll of lsT4 I vsas taken with a ense of iniiliirial ft-vi-r vshii li iiroptinted mi- Imlh IxhIv snu mind. 1 was dniL'red nf t-r Ihe old f:thien vs-itli rcurv nnd oliti r luinertll mixtures, hut Willi no iiood ri-sulls. My health was shuttered and m i-ln-ri;y l'iiiiii. My le snd feet would ewe'l. ami I hud wtnit everylsHiy tliuuiitit was drop.y. Thee vniiiioms ai.trmeii nie. anil 1 was remiy to pinso al any ri-nn dy sueei-BU-d. A friend sdvim-d un to try Swift's Sjiec lie. I procmed three hotlii-i; and coiinneiieed its nise. The swelling soon suh- sided. 1 have taken the three hotl'es, wliiih have made a perfect cure, anu 1 feel like a new man lo-dav There never w as a more meritorious ilied icine oil ereil to suffering hinnanity. It has wrouelil wonih-n-for me. ii.lis Junfs. Le-'shurc, U-e t'onntv. la., March 11, lsK. Sold hy all UniL'eisIs Treatiss- on IHimkI ami Skin llise-'.ses mailed free rail on our t'hvsician. No. ItiT V.4.'td Ml.. N. Y . I onsuhation flee. Tun Swift SrEeiric Co., Uiawer,'!. Allan. u. Git. rather, Mouier, and Three Sisters Dead. Mr. David Claymolt formerly fsernejuit-:it-Arr.LsoftheJiew Jersey Senate, mul now Notary Public at Cedarville, CuiiiUTlnnil t., K.J., makes Ihe following pUirtliii); statement: "My father, mother, anil three sisters all died with cnnsuniition, anil my liniesi were so weak I raised blood, fiolsidy tliiuiulit I could live. My work (ship Fiiiilliinelwns very straininnon me with my weak constitution, and 1 was rapidly fining to the grave. While in this condition 1 eomnieiiced using Mishler's Herb Hitters, and it (saved my life. Ilecaiise it was so ilillii-ult to get it in this little (ilaee, nnd 1 had improved so much, I stopped taking it for a time, and the result is thnt I have commenced going rapidly down bill agnin. Somehow, Mishler's Herb Bittern gives appetite ami strengthens and builds nie up as nothing else does, and 1 must have a dozen bottles at once. Use this coinnui nioalion as you please, and if any one wauls to lie convinced of its truth, let them write me and 1 will make affidavit to it, for 1 owe my life to Mishler's Herb Hitters." Thesecret of the almost invariable relief and euro of consumption, dysentery, dinr rhicn, dysjiepsia, indigestion, kidney and liver complaints, when Mishler's Herb Hitters is used, is that it contains simple, harmless, and yet powerful ingredients, that act on the blood, kidneys, and liver, and through them strengthens and invigor ates the whole system. Iurely vegetable in itaFoniposition; prepared by a regular physician ; a standard medicinal prepara tion; endorsed by physicians and drug gists. Thesearefourstmng points in favor of Mishler's I Icrb Hitters. Mishler's Herb Hitters issold by all druggists, price 1 1.00 per large Isittle. bottles for $5,1 N). Auk ynnr rirrun-Mt ftir MlRHT.nCfl HmB Brrmw. If he deeft tl.it keen it, do mil take nnytliluii elws eiit mnti m ismImI rnril to Mism rn Hum Hi-i-tkbs C-o bj ConiiDel-.- Hlnwt. Hlulailt-hiu. aNERVOUSOESILITY KARRIS A Radical CurtE FOf Tui-u'trmrc fv'.S't't ii!i'.ilrta ill prn- 3DEBH,rry.S9"""" wi ' a-- Crpnic WEakrx3s,-Sr r ,- 'LlBii!Kt(I learn lmp,mom DECAY, tiii? InYoutiff A W.ddlelJ!v3y:lV'l,Hlwu,n.,b' ItSItUtlJrf uvinr 1 iVT 2 uir vr. i-uhohI on 7 HOUSANPCSt. (-!" l-yrttiorfBir'.M-iiktri V& TRIAL jv.HMiiiiui winy, jneoEb t,i'.rii turctioiKOf th hi.. BimnorrantKm lrriiton. Jifie uiirrwtine rieiinU S;f lift, which tlive been aarCaMOUa.. HARRIS RMDYCO.v MToCHClMSTl atVJ M. Tenth Bt 8T. rUIS. MO. R U PTURED PEQSON ! Wot a Trunm. Hpl--.w1y C. P. SW ANSON, contractor ana Duuner, No. 2121 4th Ave., Evidence, No. aos Seventh Avenue, ROCK ISLAND, HXIN0IS. It s iioiwciireillwiseH, Imf K A f llir-Ktlia Kkillisl rhy. S k ii-iiirei, result fmm ' wloo tnm iiiduli-nm, or rovorhrniwii-k. Avuid nts. CLIMAX THIS PAPER mt; Kiwspra AnwBTBiNo Bmrn i, - tiiinff contracts l uiadt lot f,. lWCi Henuiil Avciiiih. Is wt'll stcifkHil will, fn, f got ids fur Gentlemen's -(iiiiiprisine nil Hi,.. Novelties of the Stasi,' ANI AS l,ov As thev fan pnssihly lie i,it, ,, GOLD MEDAL, mis BAEEX'S Coron, fntin vliit th-.' times the str t.gtk ul ( ,, ; with BUrrh, .rrr.i. !-:,. nnJ in th'n fitn' fiirunn'. mji. It in i1 tit hunt, v. ,: lullhlt itily I.ij'U-il f1f ;: wdl ftp fi.r rr.iiH W. BAKER I COiJortefe: A Stock Iiivistint!, THAT WILL PAY Tiie IVojilri's Ojijinriimi: To i-liure in the :iMin-il pr,.!!. , .. Lane Cattle li Par Valite nf litnes sin The lleoks of the "Western l.:iii! Slot-k t'oni(i:iir, '' :ire new '.'ii fur Hti1 of a limited iiuuilii r id sli.-iri-- ul ;t-1 : The anioimt nun oIVi-h -ii in ihi- ri'iiuiM ejtceed frm.HKI. Aii!u -stioii ler -lr lllutle ut l lie ollU-e ol tin- mi r I in. 302 Main St.. J:iveiii a or ttirnneh the follow ini: tr.-iitii nn i (iuyer.t Swi eiii y. l.'ei k M.,i,.i. J. It. P hilar. 'n-hicr first Nin.ii, 1 eiiimrt. lien K. VllMVill. C:.fi.-r Jir.M'i; ' ' Fhinl, liiieiii,.ri. lierlinni Sioin-js llniils. i-i, i.-. i! Dr. W". O. Ku!i. I i, i ,,n .liihn .1. 1- hiu-. t-;- t..M 1 in-,! : . '. V. Ilenienwav. ' .-lnel Jtniuu Mo iue. ill. .1 I,, havmi or..! flue 9--dv2v ROCK ISLAKI IRON WORKS Patent Cast anil Win"-1-1 Iron Fence Cheapest Fence in (lie v for Residence or Vm-''1 Lots. Made any Height D-s; rAll kindx ot IHiiN ami .toiiejinimiilly and mitMnclioii fu Wrde for prices. DOWNINIJ KlICK Isl.AN'h 1; AUCTION AN1 0MM1 W. II. LUND AUCTIONS WILL AtU Ttl cr IN KITIIHB CITY OR COUNTS al mmh rlc char-1-'" Receive Consi?nifle sml ms'ei.remi.in-i""'''- x-oad Avenue ...,,.1,1'r NEW BA lMi Confectioned wo. nun i mm n't-. ,w WM. Kll' Hr-Ured delivereiijto P" aag-T-dly (ii. '.' ', a vnmiA Nicbi 1 1 mm LarWrr--t rjty n FN: