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FRIDAY. hEPT., 18. 1885. Only Democratic Doily in ine Klevcmli Con rensionai District. 1. W. 1'OTTBK . EOITOB AXTt POKLISHSU. ROCK. ISLAND DAILY AKUUS. RiK'K ISLAND WEKKI.V AKdUS. orriciAi p atisc or boci uusb hit ahd oon-ir Arstni" Block. - (typ. Post Office. snsse-ir-noN hatbs! OAll.V W4 eenta pot week, or Ml rep's per nonlh, ilelivered tiy onrriers to any part of the ity. WR R K l.Y $nn ier y oar. iohWj?p paid. BY WAY OF DAKOTA. THE SENATORIAL ASPIRATIONS OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT Artt Sulci To We Laid Out Political Situa tion in New York Sherman Answer to lloailly Toting the Civil Service l.aw in Court. Washington Citv. Sept 13. It is said that 'i'aemlure Kooovelt intends to mnke his home in lk..tii, ami beC'nie a car:di dnte Cor tlie senate, in the evant that Norti Dakota iti admiltol ah a stale this winter. Koo evelt has a Inrire ranch on the Little M m nri, near Medora. a little tiwn on the Northern Paoille road, which the Mnriuis da More founded as the headquarters for his cattle business, and naitiel a'tor his wife, who is the ilaiiRhtir of Von Hoffman, the mull-millionaire lir,k-r of Now York. Medora wxs tho name of Mm', do Mores1 aunt, 11m oelulirate 1 Meiora (ir.ui s. who win the belle of New Orleans, and who 1m cnine the wife of Snm tVml. the "kinc; of the iuliliy." Roosevelt rets strieur, time etiou.i in lnkota to estjiiiiish his citi.oi sliti t.i 're thro- o" four tim. over, as it only require iitmut hix months' resi inure ti do thnt. Abi.ut, a y-mr he a i:txlo rnnlerniico of edi tors mid p. litici.ms wis hell lit Hi-mtrck, when t.h sir j N-t oi' Ui--eve!i's ran.li l.iey was itt-cii :se i, -wit. i toe ivult that ull parties n.jre.sl t n', for the Im t iiitirosts of n tftU i:U-ta, mid tiie hiirmtnrzi.'i;; of all the wnrrin.; fnctions now so nctive, Uo.sevelt slemH lie the first wenat r eiect fr in fie n-w state if he would coine there to live. With a pu laliou of over 4 liy'sw roar.r than thi )w : iiut i. hi of Colorado, 1 oI awfire, VI irtda, .Sehr.asko, Nevada, New linin is'i.re, tii'i ni. ILtiole I -lim I or Ver mont it i more tUnn likely tu.it O.tkot i will lie divid'l au.i a lmllied Iwfoi-e the F ftieth C.-l.te. s is eMet-sL lU-MCVelt Will eve ii in -ii the w 1 1. peCi'l.itin. chaoce takm; nor ! I'.ik.tus a letter chance of fjettitii i.ito c ti 'res t'nn he W 'ul-l have furs iiic ye;ns i... i'. nit- in X w Y..rk. wiiert more money is nee I 1 tletu he w.ints to Npend ti o.'tve the wiv t.i uti election. SHERMAN'S ANSWiiR TO HOADLY. The Selinlor h;ir:;es tlie tieverllor v.lh I'.vn.l 11 tlie Issue. Mashh.i.iiv 1 1, i... Nqit. IS. The lnri;e-t ni.:l t poiil teal iii'lin hell here for years was a 1 iiessc 1 hy Si iiotor Siiermim U'ediiBs il:yin. hl, Th hull wris tilled to overtl. tw in, nn-l hi'iny persons wre turned away. lie o-ieuoil ins sfSM'cii by rend in lei.Ur piiili-hed in The Clevo l ui'L Pi iiide;il"r of Wednesday Tw.-min-;( si ned "John Sherman." He lienouuced it as a iu-ant cintemotilit. fir;ery, and com pared it, wifcn the lorirery of the Uarfieid (hi ne e lot.tor. lie said he n-t only never wrote uucti a letter, but nevor entirtaiiiftd such seutiiiieuts, and that its publication was a fnud an I an outrnce. Herqihed.it length to Hoadly's I'ninev ville sjsvM'ti, end worked his audience up to the highest pith of enthusiasm bv his review of the frauds and outr.i;es uislu a fr.-e ballot in the soutn. H snid h" wis not reviving the issues of tho war, but was complaining that. the issues and re-u!ls of the war wero not re.peeted according to promise and in (khI faitlu He accuse.! Governor Hoally of evading the is tin. as ten lei'oil Sy him, and of refusinr; to rat him on the facts and dwbireil his willingness to fully discuss the i;suo with the governor and o leforo the psojile of Ohio for their verdict. IVtitirnl iit.loik In New York. Clifton Kpihnus, N. Y., Sept. IS. The delegates to the Republican and Democratic 8'sto conventions have twien chosen in n nrly all the cmnties of New York this we -k. The conventions will meet nt S.ira t ja next week, an 1 there is much specula ti ii as to tlie nominee-. " he deleuntes t the I.tpullican conven tion ure Kener'diy imiustructed, but it is pr. bnble that e.t'.ter lieu. Carr, the present a'cretury it stele, or (ii. William II. Sew.ird, Jr., of Aul-urn, will be nominated ( r governor. Tue renoniination of Governor Htll by the Democrats is .iee-nel po.itivu. There i ftoTir talk anion TI Tiifdicans of nenninaf: ing Col. Frel i. lirutit fi r socret'iry of Bt.lte. 4 ihn IColly, the Tanimany chief, is still a patient in the Cl.fton Springs sanitariuiiL H i recently inel a serinuset-back, in conse quence of hhi own nidis(T'tita, and now k close to his room. Uts trouble is ne-vons dy-(iepsia of an aggravating character. Ordered to Maintain the Law. New Yokk, Sept. is United States Dis tri"t Attornev D 'rsheimef has received an autograph letter from President Clevelund in regard to tlie quo warrnto proce lings lie'uu by James A. Hinckley in the United St'ites circuit court against the civii s rv t'j c iiiimissioners to t-;t their right to the ollice. The president directs Mr. Dordieimer to apimar as coun sol for the commissioners and to maintain tlie constitutionality of the civil i rvice law and the legality of tho conimis I, oners' title. .Ttid;e Wallace has grantid a writ of quo warranto against the coinmis ioner1 returnable on the 2th of this month. After the proceeding was liagun a story was telegraphed from Washington that it was inspired by the administration, with a view of gotting a decision that. ould relievo the president from oflice B"kers. Olietlv Has All He Wants. WAKIIINtJTOti CiTV, Sept. IS. Several days ago Screttiry Manning wrote Mr. John 11. Oherly, superintendent of Indian schools, asking if be desired to be considered fa candidate for the jmsition of collector of custims in Chicago. Mr. Olierly replied that he was satistied with his present ollice, and would rnthr be useful to the country at a salary of $3,inid than ornamental at $7,u(K) per year. An Incident ff the Virginia Campaiirn. Richmond, Va., Supt IS It is said that John 8. Wise, the Republican candidate fur governor, while in Danville last Sunday was railed ou by Dr. Temple, of that plane, who charged him with slandering the people of Dnnville, and offered to go into n room with Mr. Wise and settle the matter. Mr. Wise declined the proiHKal, but said lit would communicate with tho doctor hitcr. Tllr. Mill Kill 'Til IS 1'MlirVLK. , , Tho !Ople, iuf a wbolc, gi'Mmn make nii.slakcs, Htid the uiinuimous voice ot praisi! wliicb itoiues from those who have used Hoods Snrsiiparilla, Inlly jnstilice the claima of the jirorh:toiK of ibis great nicdittine. Inilci d. these very i;liiims arc husetl entirely on what the people say Hood's Sarsnmrilla litis (lone for them. Read the abundant evidence of its cura tive powers, and give il a fair, lmneat trial. Dr. llleeken, of M innetiolis, Buys: "I Bhall use Hunt's Kidney and Liver Remedy irf dropsy and kidney diseufce hereuftiir." TOO CHARMING TO BE NAUGHTY. Ke. Down and Mm. Taber In Court Her "Kavtahiog Dimple." Boston, S-pt. IS. The lower municipal omirt-reom wag fillej Thursday morning with a cuiioiM crowd, ea?r to witness t is 'rial ot Rur. W. VY. D wrw and Mr. Annie Inter for adultery. Mr. Fred J. Taber tvat an early arrival He took a back teat, where be st almost unnotiosrt, in siletic". Ttie defendants entered together. Mr. Powns was dressed in natty uti.i. an white tie, and looked his best, wiiili Mrs Taber, a!thou;h a trifle pale, w iMlingly pretty in a wall-fitting light lir iwn enstum which set oft" her charming figure to advantage. She frequently "tmdjed" her reverend ueigttWir and com iiienfcul in low tones upon some feature of h i scene and whenever she did so, her oy.vs lightened up with animation ,-i ravishing dimple dancing on iter hvkanl fir a mment was ndenia')iv i t."iitifiil. The court proceedings wer.' I.r.ef. CounMi H. Rutterw.irlh, for defens. i-fc.l or a continuance. Counsel Dickinson b.'.mcI and the trial was :stned to O 't l.'i Mr. iinwnsanl Mrs. Taber disappearei iii'.o th judxeN ro-im. ant the disapp jiutel ciw 1 dispersed rupitlly. C,nmiii lHiwn on Downs. Boston. Sept. IS At its session in Ciiois -a Weduofllny the North Baptist a -e'mt'on apnoimel a committee to oon siil ir and reo irt upon a resolution condemi- ,n,;f,iie recent utterance, of the Kev. W, W, Downs. At the evening session the coin- nutte reported that without judging the riinrges aantust Mr. Downs they must pro t.t against miny of his recent public utter ances us unworthy of a Christian minister. i lie report nomiuatvi eight clergymen to make an investigation. CHOLERA SCARE IN NOVIA SCOTIA. Rut the Water In the Town Is Rad and the Drainage Worse. Halifax. N. S., Sept. is. What appears to be Asiatic cholera, or a disease almost identical with it, is prevalent at Hantsport, a village of about l.isW inhabitants. Several families have already lost children and s in adults hi ve lieen carried off. Some of the residents havo taken to flight The unler siqiplied to the wells Is said to be very bad, and the drainage Is worse. Northern Pacilic Annual Meeting. Nkw York, Sept. ia The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Northern l'.icitie railroad for the purpose of electing a tKiard of directors was held at the com u.'1'iy's office Thursday morning. J. Pierre p. nt Morgan offered a resolution setting t rtu that the board of directors be re quested to incur uo floating debt for con traction of new roads and that such work be completed from time to time solely out 'l the available assets ot the company. The resolution was a 1 opted. On motion of Frelerick Billings the meet ing of the stocKh. iMers was adjourned. The tcilers made a preliminary report showing teat tlie old ticket was re-elected. Following are the directors: Frederick Billings, August Belmont, John W. Ellis, Johnston Livingston, K iswell G. K dst in, Charles B Wright, J;'hn C. Bullitt, Robert Harris, I'-eirjninin P. Cheney, J. L. Stack pole, Thoma F. Onkes, Norw sid P. HallowelL John ti. Hall. Nearly Two Thousand Million Run h nil. Cincinnati, Sept 18. The Cincinnati Price Current says its resrta indicate that t iie present corn crop of the country will aggregate l.flH I.OOt'i.OUO bushels, an in crease of l'.l5.HiKI,iK)0 bushels, or nearly 11 per cent over last year. From the l'itii to the 14th insL, the date of mo-t i f the returns, aNut three-fourths of th or p in the twelve western states, which produce 77 per cont of the entire crop, was out of danger from lrost Ten to fifteen days mora will render the remaining por tion sale. Alter the 25th of September, with present favorable weather, the danger- line will be cr.w-ed. Ttonght a Kane Hall Club Franchise. Bi kfai.0, N. Y., Sept IS James Jewett, president of the Buffalo Base Ball club. confirms the rumor that the franchise of the club has been sold to the management of the Detroit Base Ball club. The latter as sume control of the club after Saturday next 1 he price paid was $7,000. The De troit managers agree to finish th league s iason Here, and it rests with them to say whether there will be a league club here in lHsti. The club has been run at loss this year, and there was such a lack of interest shown that the directors decided to sell the franchise. Another Strike In Pickle. Pittsbuko, Sept 18. A strikeof railroad miners of western Pennsylvania will doubt less follow the end of the strike in the river districts if the river miners are successful in establishing tlie 3-cent rate. This Urn it is the minors who worn with machinery and are paid a per diem rata that arc agitating for an increase of wages. Secret meetulngs have been held and committees are now at work endeavoring to secure concerted ao lon. No decisive movement will take place until the result of the present contest is known. A convention will then be held and action taken. Taken a New I .ease of Life. Cincinnati, Ohio, 8-pt 18. The Miami mover .Hy, an old time institution of learn ing, situated Oxford, Ouiu, which has lrneu closed for twelve yoari, was reopened Thursday. It was founded upon a grant made by congress in li7 which authorized the conveyance of a vast tract of land to John C. Symmes and provided that an entire township should tie reserved for its support Governor Denlson, Hon, Samuel rsueuauargor. aim nniteiaw lteid are among her distinguished alumni. Denouncing Kilway Pools. Chicago, Sept. 18, In the convention of the National Association of Hide and Leather Men Thursday, a resolution was sent to committee denouncing the present pooling system and another demanding the control of railways by state commissions. It was stated that the annual loss In leather on account of branding cattle amounted anout M,iiuu,tniu, out the committee on branding reported that brands were neces sary. A dispatch inviting delegates to be sent to the cattle convention on Nov. 23 to consider the branding question was received. Be "I. veiled Up" Matter. Oskalooha, Iowa, Sept 18. A man by the name of Goodwin, in Jefferson town ship, it is alleged, slandered the wife of Dr. Gray. The doctor evened matters up by shotting Goodwin on sight Tuesday. In flicting probably fatal wounds. Proteslant Kpiseonai Congress. Nkw Havkn, Conn., Sept 18. The tenth annual meeting of the Protestant Episcopal congress of the United States is to be held in this city Oct 2(1, 21, 2 and Kev. John Williams, D. D., will preside. Hallway Personal. Nkw York. Sept 1S.-E. riEW l (irk, rsnpL ia ik c i ., .1. A rn,..ni..i Thomas. gOUtUm JIJUIII.0 t'l ISID VID.DUIUIS, VU1U1U" bus, Cincinnati & Indianapolis railroad, has Colum- accepn'u i 4siiioii ox general manager Ol me liictiit .in a; uuuviue rauroaa By-item. As white as pearls her dainty teeth; Her ruby lips with roses vie; ller motilb quite kiertuble; her breath As sweet as gales I mm A rati;. Bat nothing strange in this spiwars. For she's used SOZODONT for years. When the Lips of Beauty arc parted in a aniile , they disclose a row ofpcirls rivulino in purity those which the diver Ihiiil'S up from the bottom of the Persian Sea. What will best preserve these eeni8 of the mouth? SOZODONT, the celebrated Iieaiitilier and preservative of tlie teeth. Ice sold at Key West, Fla, latelj ijAo cents pound. A COVERT THREAT MADE BY AN IRISH NEWSPAPER AGAINST ENGLAND. Discussing the Landing of a French Arinj In Ireland and Wholesale Incendiar ism In England Intense Sensa tion Created Foreign Flashes. Dublin, Sept 1R United Ireland ot Wednesday morning had the following state ment: Twenty-seven Invincible! murdered gov ernment officials, attacked judges and jurors ana neia tun great city In a state ot chat tering terror. They were Anally crushed because they failed to remember that a re fusal to open one's lips before the castle star chamber merely involves a week's im prisonment Similar organizations will arise throughout Ireland if Chamberlain', argument of Irish weakness is pushed to ex- u-ciiiities. Th paper then discusses the probable re sult of a French army landing in Limerick and a simultaneous Irish conflagration throughout England and attacks on the palaces and banks of London. The article has created an unprecedented sensation, it being well known tint proceedings of the Kind outlined have for a considerable time been advocated by influential leaders of the active section of the Nationalists. The ar ticle is pronounced by loyalists direct and open incentive to rebellion and treason to the crown. This refers to the speech recently made by Chamberlain in which he said the Lib erals must have a sufficient majority to "squelch", I'amelL London. Sept 18. Mr. John Morlev. speaking at Hackney Wednesday, advised the landlords to embrace the moderate pro posals. The Chamberlain proletariat he saiil, would not long remain quiescent He denounced Mr. rarnell's protection theo ries. He declared that separation would be a disaster to Ireland and a disgrace to Cngland. Short of separation, he was will ing to make the utmost concession to Ire land. Mr. Chamberlain is mekiug a triumphant tour in Scotland. He delivers an address at every stopping-place. The villages which be is announced to visit are decoiated in his honor, and addres es are presented to him everywhere. The people greet him with the greatest enthusiasm, and cheers are given for "England's future premier." In one of bis speeches he announced that Mr. Glad stone had been restored to health, and would assume tlie leadership in the electoral campaign. The friction which has for some time existed between Mr. Parnoll and Mr. Timothy Heaiey, M. P. for Monaghan, threatens to end in rupture. Mr. ll.xily'.s boisterous outbreaks in the house of com mons have at times seriously jeopardized the plans of the Irish leader, and bis ambition to load tho National party is ill concealed. Obedience is Mr. I'arneU's first law, and the result of Mr. Healy's repeated acta ol rebellion will undoubtedly be his complete withdrawal irom Irish polities. Mr. Healy's income from his law practice now araouuts to at least 4,000 pounds sterl ing a year, and be is very independent. Five years ago be was glad to supplement a scanty income by scribbling for the news papers. Lord Carnarvon arrived at Armagh Wednesday. In replying to an address pre sented by the municipal authorities he said that the redress of grievances was the para m. unt duty of the governm-nt in Ireland. Both Tories and Whigs may complain that the enforcement of law and order should come first, but he was satisfied that when the causes were removed which led to un lawful acta law and order would follow. Lord Carnarvon subsequently visited the Armagh Catholic cathedral. The aged arch-bLshop tottere I to the altar where his lordship awaited him and extended a warm welcome to the distinguished visitor. The effect was almost beyoud the strength of the venerable prelate. He was several times overcome with weakness, and his reply to the viceroy's greeting was fre quently interrupted by deep emotion. He praised the assiduity with which Lord Carnarvon was seeking to bring prosperity and happiness to Ireland, but also highly eaioguwa nu predecessor, hiirl Spencer, Men Who Were In Lack. Berlin, Sept IS. The delegates to the elegraph convention have presented Dr. Stephan, the president with a handsome and costly punch bowl made of silver and crystal Tdie banquet given by Dr. Stephan to the delegates, Wednesday night was a grand affair. London, Sept 18. Mr. Ismay, the man agar of the White Star Steamship company has been presented by the stockholders with a silver dinner service, lined with gold. valued at 8.000 guineas, and a portrait of himself by Muiais. Fusion Among Frenchmen. Paris, Hept 18. A Royalist election meeting was held ia the Winter circus Wed nesday night Numerous Radicals ami Communists force! an entrance and die turbed the proceedings, and there was somn fighting, but the rioters were ejected. Af ter order was restored the meeting effected a fusion of the Orleanists and Bonapartista. Among the candidates indorsed for mem hers of the chamber of deputies were the Due de la Rochefoucauld, Paul de Cassag nac and Baron Haussnrann. . Have Nothing to Say. London, Sept 18.-1110 morning papers preserve editorial silence aa to the tiua! result of the yacht race. It is reserved for the Newcastle Chronicle, belonging to Mr. Joseph Cowan, M. P., to speak felicitously of the result, as follows: Though our patriotism would have mMte it desirable that the contest should have finished differently, the thoroughly gener ous and sportsmen-like manner in which the race has been conducted on both sides is nevertheless very gratifying, and is honor -able alike to victor and vanquished. Ferran's Inoculation No Good. Paris, Sept 18 The French Academy of Medicine Wednesday discussed the report of Drs. Cbantemeese and Rummo on the analysis made by them of Dr. Femur's cholera vaccine matter. The conclusions arrived at In part, which were adopted by the Academy, are that the so-called vaccine matter can not afford protection against cholera, and that skin injections produce no choleraic phenomena An International Bereavement. London, Sept 18. The papers contain col umn obituaries lamenting the death of Jumbo. The Telegraph, over its report of the death and history of the famous ele phant displays large bead-lines, reading: "Sad End of Jumbo Killed by Collision with a Railroad Train." .' A Murdered Woman Identified. New York, Sept 18. The mystery sur rounding the identity of the woman who was murdered near Englewood on Sunday night has been cleared up. Dr. Joseph W. Ridgeway, of Brooklyn, has identified her as Mrs. Catharine J. Fnner, wife of Rich ard Fisber, a wealthy sporting man at Carnarsie. L, L Harmony Is What They Are After. New Youk, Sept. IS, The first step was Vtken Wednesday night toward the unity of Tammany hall, t'.ia County Democracy and Irving hall for the fall campaign. All parties iu interest agree upon the renomiua tion of Judge George C. Barrett of the su preme court The ten other offices to be filled will be satisfactorily divided up among the three organizations, fa. Will Fight the nraro-8-op Act - Peobia, Ills., Hept 1. The Illinois Liquor Dealers' association adjourned Wednesday to September. lBSti. Eesolutiom were adopteiLdeooauciug many sections ol the dram-shop act as oppressive, and de manding that th law be amended, . HARROW ESCAPE. " Koch ester, June 1. 18H2, "Ten Years ago I was attacked with the most intense and desiHy pains In my bac k and Kidueyt. "Extending to the end of my toes and to my brain ! "Which made me delirious! "From agony! ! I ! "It took three men to hold me on my bed at times I The doctors tried in vain to relieve me, bui to no purpose. Alorpnne and other optatet! "Had no effect! "After two months I was given up to die ! ! ! ! "When my wife beard a neighbor tell what Hop Hitters had done for ber, she at once got and gave me some. The first dose eased my brain and seemed to go hunting through my Kysteni for the pain. The second dose eased me so much that I slcnt two hours, something I had not dene for two months . Before 1 had used live bottles. I was well and at work as hard as any man could, for over mree weens; out I workea too Hard for my strength, and taking a hard cold, I was taken with the mo.-t acute and paitifnlrheiimatismall through my system that ever was known. "1 called the dm. tors again, and after several weeks they left me a cripulc on crutches for life, asthevsaid. I metafriend ami loin hiin myease. and he said Hep Kittershad cured him and wonlil cure me. I poohed at him, hut he was so earnest 1 was induced to usethcin again. In less than four weeks I threw away mycnitch- es and went to work lightly slid kept on usingthe bitters for five weeks, until 1 became as well as any man living, and have been so for six years since. It has also cured my wife, who had been sick for years; and lias kept her and my children well and healthy with from two to three bottles per year. There is no need to lie sick at all if these bitters ure used. J.J. Ukuk. Ex-Supervisor. 'That poor invalid wife, Sister, Mother, "(r daughter !!!! "Can lie made the picture of health! "with a few bottles of Hop Bitters! " Will you let Hum nuffer! Prosecute the Swindlers. If when von call for Hon Bitters (jwom n -inf teruf Jlnm oh Iht wtit htttU) the drngu'isl hands out any stun called ('. I. WarHer s (li-miau lie! hitters or with other "Hop-' name, rctuse it ami shun that druggist as vou would a vincr. and if he bas taKt-n your money for Die stun muict mm tor the fraud and sue nun for the damages for tie swindle and we will reward you liix-rally for the conviction Out in Yuma, A. T., the people, a few weeks ago, panted for life under a terns peratureof the Sahara variety 11(1 des grees at midnight being the record. Molhing like it. No medicine has ever been known so effectual in the cure of all those diseases arising from on impure condition of the blood as Scovils Sarsaparilla, or brood and liver syrup, the universal remedy for the cure of Scrofula, white swellings, rheumatism, pimples, blotches, eruptions, venernal sores, and diseases, consump tion, groitre, boils, cancers, and all kins dred diseases. There is no better means of securing a beautiful complexion than by using Scovill's Sarsaparilla, or Blood and Liver Syrup, which cleanses Hie blood and gives permanent beauty to the skin. The White house letter paper is of the first quality, with beautifully printed beading. Jefferson headed his own fools cap with a quil pen. Consumption. Notwithstanding the great number who yearly succumb to this terrible and fatal diseases, which is daily winding its fulal coils around thousands who are uncon scious of its deadly presence. Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" will cleanse and purify the blood of scrofulous impur ities, and cure tubercular consumption (which is only scrofulous disease of the lungs.) Send 10 cents in stamps and gel Dr. Pierce's complete treatise on con sumption and kindred affections, with numerous testimonials of cures. Address, World's Dispensary Medical association, N. Y. Snow banks fully UK) feet high, that have lain there for many years, the AlUi Cnlifrrnia says, are to be found in the high Sierras. hat mitt Ely's Cream Balm was recommended to me by my druggist as a preventive to Hay Fever. Have been using il as direct ed since the Oth of August and have found it a specific tor that much dreaded and loathsome disease. For ten years or more I have been a great sufferer each year, from August 9th till frost, and have tried many alleged remedies for its cure, but My s Cream Balm is the only pi-even tive I have ever found. Hay fever suf ferers ought to know of its efficacy. rrank A. Amsworth, of B. Amsworth & Co., Publishers, Indianapolis, Ind. Do not put salt into soup when cook ing until in has been skimmed, as salt prevents the scum from rising. VERY REM ARABLE RECOVERY Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Mich., writes: "My wife has lieeu almost helpless for five years, so helpless that she could not turn over m bed alone She used two bottles of Electric Bitters, and is so much improved, that she is now able to do her own work." Electric Hitlers will ito all Unit is claimed for them. Hundreds of testi monials attest their great curative powers. Only fifteen cents a bottle at Uarlz & Bah n sen's Dark heat is similar to light, the differs ence between them being physiological rather than physical. A CARS. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, loss of manhood, kc., I will send a recipe that will cure you, FltEE OF CUAHUE. Thisgreat remedy n discovered by a missionary in South America. 8end a self addressed envelope to the Rkv. Josbfh T. Inm an. Station D Mew York City. Just now Switzerland, clear ot cholera, is the playground of Europe. HOttSI'Olill'H ACIB I IIOM'HATB In Liver and Kidnev Troubles. Di. O. G. Cilly, Boston, says, "I have used it with the most remarkable success in dysperisia, and derangement of the liv er and kidneys." A kiss was the means of taking the dreaded small pox into Boston. I have been afiiicled with Hay Fever for aeveu years Ely's Cream Balm cured me entirely. H. D. Cttlliban, baggage master. I. & St. L. R. R... Terre Haute, Ind. Distinguished men seldom retain the names given them at birth . Rev. Anthony Atwood, of Philadels pbia, says:- 'Hunt's Kidney sad LiverJ Remedy has cured my wife of dropsy in iu worst form." 4 . A tablet with a back to it like aq ease is a new menu card.. If you can't "Bear" a cough, whh Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. "Bull" it DEFENDING THE PURITAN. Ooinmenta osv Certain Crittaii&aB of the Yacht Kace. New York, Sept 18. Yachtsme and laikismen hud little to talk about save the race. There has been a great deal of idle eminent upon the band ling of the Puritan, and attention . is drawn tc the fact that she did not jibe with the Genesta, that she ran too far norti on ber last port tack, and also that she carried no toail after leaving the turning raft As the result proved, the Pun tan would probably have improved her po iiion by imitating the Geuesta's move, but h. r position was by no means such as to make it expedient to take the risk involv.sl. The westward shift of the wind ma le the tack toward Long Man I longer than wa. necessary to weather the stake boat at the finish, but it was far better to have a point to spire than to be compiled to make another tack. A, for the top?aiL it may be snid that those on board know a thing or two about what he can carry. There can lie no que turn but that both "yachts wer sailed n fa-t as thay could be, and what ever critic! ms are ma le of the Puritan's ailing ure in bad taste. They not only throw d' ere ot on her but also ou her plucky op ponent The following table gives the actual re sult ol this interesting ruce. PunUu-start 11:6:1; mushed. 4;09:l,r; titio elapsed, 5h liin 14; tiim corrected 5 i ISn 14 -. Geneste stirt, 11:5:6; finished, 4:10:39; turn elniisel, 5h 5ui &!s, time corrects I, i)ii 4m 5:3c , The two champions are anchored about a Hide apart Nothing can lie got out of the l.eno ta's crew and the captain of tlie Purl taa although feeling jubilant over his vic tory says it would be in bail taste f r him to do too much bragging. H.f 'Ays, however, that he would hsv-3 been very much surprised at a differ ent result, as he believed from the start he could l4i-it the Genesta. Tlie Puritau will not start in any other race this season, and is for sale. If not sold -.hortly site will bo t tken to Biiston. PANIC IN A COURT-ROOM. The Father of a Small-Pox Patient on the ,lnry An l.'iiiree?ileiital Case. M.iNiitKM, Sept. 18. Dr. McNeece, as.istiut health i rlicer, was informed Wc.mcMtay afternoon that there was a case of s msll-pox in a - mull oaUng-house oppo site It -i eiir s mai'Let O.i going there w til Olliivr Morin, the people of tiie house would init allow him to enter, forcing au ent ranee lie saw six ui-m eating their meals and in a room adjoining found a young Ind very ill with the sinatl-pox. Tho boy was forcibly removed to the hospital. Dr. M.-Neece discovered that the boy's father was sitting on the jury in the court of queen's liench in a trial for murder in w hich a man named Considine was accused of murdering Policeman Malone. The doctor rushed to the court and told the crown .counsel, who informed the judge. asking leave to have file jury discharged. Counsel for the defense opposed this, as a man was on trial for bis life, and threw the odium on the crown of keeping the man in suspense. The counsel for the orowu re pudiated this, and said is was a case with out precedent The judge sent for the health officers and the chairman of the health board, and, hav ing beard their evidence, discharged the jury. The toy's father walked right among the lawyers, who scattered amid the laughter of nil present The sheriff paid him, and he was discharged from further attendance, w hen he went straight to the nearest public house and "liquored up." The court ad journed and the health officers disinfected the court-room. Hnddenselka the Hhoddy Ituilder. New York, Sept 1& Charles A. Bud den eik, the builder, has scored a point in his favor in the criminal proceedings again-t him in a decision rendered by Judge Yan Brunt, iu the supreme court chambers, granting a motion male some time ago for a certificate that in his opinion there is reasonable doubt whether the judgment found again-t liuddenseik should stand localise of certain errors committed upon his trial in the court of general sessions. Uuder this decision, in asuiuch as an appeal has been taken to the gen sral term of the supreme court it is likely that an application now will be made to release Buddem-eik on trial. Fpnltlon of Art Work. Washington Crrv, Sept 13. The de partment of state has ju-t received from Mr. Pendleton, the American minister at Berlin, a copy of a decree announcing that a grand exposition of the works of living arti-ts, foreign and domestic, will be held in the German capital in the year 18SU. Works of art from all lands in the domain of paint ing, sculpture, architecture and the other arts will be accepted. Tiie Academy of Arts undertakes the cost of the usual freight for bringing and re turning all the works of art which may admitted to the exjiosftion as well as insur ance agaiu-t fire. Clone to 7oln the Canadian Colony. Indianapolis, Sept ia Two more Indi ana trustees havo joined the Canadian col ony. Henry O. Tuorp of Harrison county, nnd Norman L. Jones of Parker countv. The extent of the township order frauds i- een every day to be greater aud greater. An attorney who bas just returned from Canada says Pollard is therofand seems to have plenty of money. He claims, however, that he bas not lieen guilty of any crime. A nmnlier of boardsof county commission ers, alarmed at the developments of rascal, ity, have ordered township trustees to report then- financial transactions under oath. Disastrous Fire Iu York State. IUimk, N. Y ., Sept 18. The extensive glass factories of 8 H. Fox & Co. at Dur hamville, the largest In the state, took fire Wednesday night At 1 o'ebwk Thursday morning the old .'factory had been destroyed and helping firemoa retu ned to Oneida. when the lire broke out again. destroying the two new factories- and a dwelling house. The works furnished employment for 200 men They wer idle at present holding a conference with workingmen relative to wages. Tiie loss is $ln0,(M0; insurance. $70. IK hi. The fire originated in a drying oven. A Specimen of the Letter. Nkw Youk, Sept IK The following is a specimen one of a dox'n letters received by the Grant monument committee of this city : Fikst National Hank, W instkd, Conn , Sept 15. Gk.ntlkmKN: The people of tlds section are of the opinion that New York citizens are able to pay for the proposed monumeut J rulv, K. D. Hallktt. Cashier. P. 8, I return the subscription book by w-o.ay'8 man. Investigating tlie Wyoming Massacre. Washington City, Spt 18. The presi dent has ordered CuL McCook and Lieut Brobeck to meet a Chinese e ininglrom San Francisco to investigate the noent mas s-era of Chinese by miners at Rock Surinrs. 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 Balm, both freshens and. beautifies. - ' Have used Tonealine in some six cases of neuralgia, besides other nervous sffecs lions, and am prepared to say that, so far as my experience extends, it is one of the most reliable remedies that has ever come into mv possession, J. A. Ward, M. D., Troy, Mo. Absolutely Pure. Cancer of Toague. A Cask Kksksbi.inii that or Oss. (iliisT. Isome ten years airo 1 had a scrofulous sore o .1 niy right hand which gave me great tronhle, and nnder the old-time treatment was ht alcd up, and 1 suniKised I was well. 1 round, however, it had only been driven into the system by the use ol potash and mercury, ami ill Man-e, IsSt. it broke out in my throat, and eonci-Titrated in what some of the dociors denominated caucer. 1 was placed under treat nient for this disear-e. Some six or seven of the iM-st physicians in ttie country had me at different times under their charge, among th. m wen? sM-cialists in ibis hue; but one after another would exhaust their skill aud drop me, fori urcw worse continually. 1'he cancer had eaten through inycbeek. destroying ttie risif of my mouth and upper 1 iu, then attacked mv tongue tuilste anil lower lip, destroying tlie palule and imh-r lin entirely and half my tougue, eating out nltictopof my left check hone and up lo the left tyc. Krom a hearty robust woman of ISO iHiitiius, I was reduced to a mere frame of skin and Isuics. almost, unable to turn myself iu tied I could noteat any tohd food, hut subsisted on liquids, and my umgiie was so far gone 1 could not talk. The anguish of mind and the horrible nffermgs of body which 1 exterieueed nevercan lie reveal, d. (liven np hy physicians todie. itb im hoie ol recovery upon Ihe part, of my friends who sat around my bedside expecting every mo reeitt to lie mv last; in fact, my hiishand would plsce his hand on me every now and ihen to see whether I was alive or not, and at one time ait de- ided that life was ex'inct. and niy death was re IMirU-d all over the country Mien was toy wretched and helpless condition in the first of hist llru.bcr ilsSl), when my riends eommctH-ed givnir ne Jswifrs Snecihc In less than a mouth the ealiug placet stomal and healing commenchd. and the fcarlul ancrture in my cheek has lieen closed aud nriuly knitted to gether. A pns-ess or a new under lip is progress ing Andy, and the tougue which was almost ue. itrovi-d is being rccuvercd. and it seems that na ture is supplying a new tongue. 1 cn talk so thst my friends can readily understand me, and can eat ilid food airoin. 1 am able Iu walk about wherever I nlease without Ihe assistance of any one. and have gaii ed fifty isiunds of tlcsh. All this under the tilcssinir of a merciful Heavenly father, is due to swift's Specific. 1 am a wonder and a marvel to all my fn,-nds. hundreds of whom nave known my mteiise sufferings, and have visi d me in my atllictions. U hile 1 am not entirely well, yctiuy gratitude ts none tlie less devout, a I am coiilideni that a perfect recovery is now sight. If any doubt these facts, I would refci them to Hon. .lohn H. Trayor, state Senator ol this district, who is my ncichbor. lir. T. s. Brad- ieid, ol l.a urange tia., or lo any other K-rsous ivlng 111 llic southern panel I rottpe couuly. ,a .W ItJi Mtlil i. lllMttK. I.aOraBge. Oa.. May 14, 1SS5. Sold by all Prinicists. Treatise on i'.lond and Skin Diseases mailed free. Call on our Pbvsician, No. lfn W.43il St.. N. l ousiilla. ion free. The Siur-r Spkcihc Co., Urawei 3. AtMma. Os. c HOLER A is rapidly mov ing westward and will soon appear in this country. In order to prevent disastrous effects from its ravages every preventive should be em ployed, and the system should be in perfect condi tion. At this season of the year the system is in a weak state and easily susceptible to dangerous disease. Pain in the back, weariness, las situde, headache, dyspepsia, indigestion, kidney and liver complaints are but (he result of neglect. During the las t visitation of cholera to this country no medicine was found equal to MisMcr's Herb Hitters, both as a pre ventive and cure, and it has been equally successful in all the diseases above men tioned. It renews and in vigorates the blood, restor ing to health and strength, and thus shielding the system from disease. Ask year dmcpwt for Minrr.B Hfbh Pttttks. If he dee nm keep it de ma ta an iitiing eliw tmi end a twsrtnl card to MlsHLfcR liku Bl'lTUal Co- OoBimorci. St lent, ftnla.lel.h. ihof. . TTA F?T?TTn tt-WOUSOEBILITY 1 1 Uti AMC W fcAKN ESI Decay And nu moron iHMCUrtHlllatwllWW, bilf imitate Bkillnd ih- A Radical Cure fob 4 too fr.siin.iulu.,ni, oj? WIvHTflTTR w ovr brnln work. Amid DEBII.ITV 'w imposition of prrten liOli rclUe-U'p ftt litre Organic Weakness, n...iruf. ntr Km i'acuiartndTiml I'ark. tRni kara important iiu-ti before t-kiiuf trt-at- PHYSICAL DECAY, mvnt f lavw-hcrr. T.kc ft 1E lUHKI'Yth-tll-.-Cl KKI thousand, duc nut iiitJ-rfrre wilh alien- InYounir CKuitite AgcG r-ion. Tr5TFt FOB ovcrtCiv Years ev usr in tiA..v rtTjpaiiior iacuftVfni'nc-iB '-Slur WAV. 7unJd am Swtentiti- mcai'tl princi- ?l)i.. Ilv rfirPrt-nnlL.fii,.. i houssho Casus. E) TR'AL pr,CKft. TXEATMEXT. .3 the tt ot di-a it. tr".le iiidtk-ocr i feu uuni im wriiy. Tnantu (if.il luiiCfMrntoT the ha. vrt-.n omaitifciti i rc-tarsi. 1 1- .itii.t-tinz elcinut t' i'f' which nve beu Cue .ontb, - $3 Of'! i V; ivrtli: utbs-conifai w.auUis. V.Ou hiiand l.tMiVrainito;ti nrrru'WI eUv4 .U4U YlgOC PgruREU PERSONS! Mot a Truaa. ff?.V.r Af,,cfort,-n.inofo.ir Anr.huiJiT spl-9-dwly C. P. SW ANSON, Contractor and Builder No. 21 2 1 4th Ave., Residence, No. Saw Srvenili Arenae, UOCK ISLAND. ILLINOIS. 1885. SICLER'S 1886 CALIFORNIA p. p. P. ps Popular Pullman Palace Parties, . Grand Excursions . Will leave fblrao, Ht. Paul mi M. IHil for Lara Ancle. Su Prartseo US Mo Itlln, Monday ket. IU Not. Had JDfxs. 1 UC sMUUt, MauaKer M dark St. CAle-tro, prow sept-lA-dUa . -. ' New Advertisements. E10 TINT AC. JSsjbss. awtllM nihpii i may bs fm wl i ilia rartn vz?. llOWELl.-i'vfjl NrawAt-a Aunriiio Bmuuo (10 SprmjJ Dimill w im". i- tisio eontraota may IIE17 YORK. 1 luada fan it in I -OLD MEDAL, PiRls, is,! BAILER'S Warranted oasaluMi. cwena. Irom blh th ... - OU has been removed, it huu, nmei uie ecrenyta Ol uocot ij,. with HUrcn, Arrowroot or 8U J ana w uiereiora isr more ecouuj eel, cutting teu Aa one cni cut. It Is dellcions. nunn.hi, treDgtbenlng, easily dlgttj, ,; admirably adapted for iunllOi well as for persons in health. Sld by Crorers Trmttr, W. BAKER & CO., Dordiester, Id A Stock Investment! THAT WILL PAY. The People's Opportunity To share In the assured profits of Large Cattle Eii Par Valus of Shares $11 to. The Bmtks ot the 'We8tern Land anil t Stock (Umiiwny" art? now opii for the at!iviir at a luniU'd nuuiber of clmrt'pof it CapiifihiA. The umouit now offcri-d in thin coniuiumiy imi , exci'id S.r4t.(M) Application ftr chares mj i ii.au. ai iiMuince ui ui iecri tary, 302 Main St., Davenport, la., or through Ihe following gentlemen: Onyi-r Swiener Reek Inland. J. ft. Vidlar. Cashier Fiisl National Uank. it ell(Mirt. wo K. Maiwell, cashier llareniiort Ni .n. Ban. iavenNirt. tjerman avinira uank. iiavenport. Dr. W. O. Kulp, Davenperl John J. libais, 1 Rast Third St., limn ;,,:' (.'. K. llemenwav. Cashier Moline Natioiin: iu, Me line, III. J. L. DAYmLDE.Si'cretarv. sue 'K-dH'Jw ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS! PatPDt Cast aud Wrought Iron Fence! Cheapest Fence in the WorlJ 1 for Residence or Cemetery Lots. Made any Height Desir d. AI1 kinds or IRON and M AC'HINK ot. one promptly and saiinfactiou euaranlceil. Wrile fur prices. DOWNING BROS, Rook Island, Im- AUCTION ANDCOMMJIO W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attend Sales IK CTTHIB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or ReceiveConsignments and make prompt returns. (eon. avtnna BOCI IlLAflO li At the Davenport Business College Book Kshpinu. Kpu Calculation. OoalKBUlAL AW. I'lliiNOilRAPU T, Typk W biting, T-i.saiurur. DUNCAN" HAWKS, PmP" M i-l jnn-Mdlv G. W TOMLINSON, Veterinarv Surgeon, AND AUCTIONEER' , .t.. .A.n 11 . 1 kJflt tJ references giren. Ani.KKt.., OHlON. Il-i nept-4-rltf . NEW BAKERY! Confectionery ! No. J 109 Third A-e., W. SGI DEL, Proirti-to'-ISTBread delWeredjto an? part of the "iv aug-7-ilIv The Eureka Furnaces A. .! - . t l " -- '.,n, uiua rvtuiriuK i . . M. amount of atutntioa: carrrlUK Ore with nu aecunrw periect unitorsmr 01 w-e- -j Thay do this with the cheapest rade ll"c " nut and eCTeenlnirrtof i.fteoal,wiit!ot-eji. or odor in Uie house, and ellr pal ,0,JJ,ieei aelvea by urlni; Id ooal bills. Sold on "?,ijl Write to or call upon et'OHB A" ' . Oeni As'u. 'JU Laka Strew, Chlcatro. inlvS-lln. I n mum