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Did
you
Sup-
wse Mustang Liniment only good
or horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
ilIOIKSSlONAI. CAIMIS.
WILLIAM JACKSON,
,,-n,,;l'.V AT LAW. office in Kink Maud
!' i. n il l' 'llk ISuil.li.riR, Kock Island, il'.
j. BEAltDSLEY,
.SKY AT I.AW-otlice with J. T. Ken
t,v l7"- s'canlavfm. an!-1-riittim
pi'n
H. C. CONNELLY,
T , ijsKY AND 'IH'NSKMaHt AT LAW,
L i-lm.l. Office in Post Oft'ici itutM
ll,fli;rlr!U mli' Blink, Itooms Mo S
'. nnvtl-lwiv
r. L. WALKER.
5! y HEN E Y fe-W ALKER,
ri'..i:N!:YS ANDCOHNSKlJ.OliS AT LAW
111 II' m'-ion's lil k. Nock Island. II).
m. 1 !"'
E. W. fctURST,
i-i.il.'M Y ANIH'IM NsRI.I.OK AT LAW.
.i.ii.r in vi-couic Teiiinle Mock, over Kock ta-
, v . .,. ;i i: mi k. i;oi k i -I'.nii, in.
1. m. COUBETT,
'Hi; KV AT LAW. Sobi-ilitr in( nam-pry und
rv ruli'ir. Arftr:i i-, I.omiih and n.ll.T
, t Men. I'lifo .1 Kiork, yt avcnne, ovei
GUIDO BECK,
y'.rT .-- Second Avenue, over IVnptfi
il IWitW, K.ick 1-I:ttid, Hliimw.
i;l MMNS 01 im TOUY.
I
i. , II! .SeVt'uli'CHltt ktr.'fl
i l- At'TI tiKliS.
.1 iiiii !t' 'evtite.-nih ir-'i.'
r"
M.nii'-e.m n
r imi.okv
Mld HVeiclC.
li.
;. A t i i ; ii(iiiii!!tM cverv
1 -l 4 1 11 AlVUtt I tl. W k. Ill)
In IllM' il I'lnitH UL 111 COmitC
id- i-Ulih-diiucnt.
U N i'S AMM'nN KiH I'll N E lis.
'n t . l'd'.l mCullrt :iVtMill.
ii.i.n. l-i"
cnnd uveuiie.
ESCAPED FROM THE ASYLUM.
to the Asylum Superintendent and Skin,.
Chicaoo, 8ept tL-Otto Funk, alias J
. ialbot. alias tin-,, i .i
wj notorious
ublic library thief and university tunnel
.rank, who was adiiidfel
to tho Elgin asylum, ha. made hia escape
r.niat institution. Hi. apartment u
located on the ground A h uf the asylum.
nor, uemg reganlad dangerous or violent,
his window was not Itarred. He cautioinlc
rated the lowor saau and nm,..l ..f
leaving behind a letter to Dr. Kilhoiirmi.
lie medical superintendent.
Funk announced his aiTival in this cift, .
the ofil.-o of his former attorney, Mr. Frank
0. Turner. To his lawyer he profited
Kaln t returning to the asylum, and de-
lurst he was n.'t insnne and neeer i.,!
wen. He boldly a-erre.l lie would prefer the
jHiltottie fKtlum.it Sol) that he must
ae incarcerate,! axain Tlwn ht. st. rt. tu
rn 1 iiilii-td a long epistle to Lr. Kil-
! ourne expre sine his ,.ii,ujn f tle nilin.
igoinent o. tne Ki-in iiiatilniinn, rererriu-;
llHI l.rulftriv tn 111 (ihii trttl ,,,..t Huk. l?I
oinplainud of havine U,i hulhiozeJ l.v Hut
Juel.ir, vth t dfbiiiin I l,lm simnlv on (he
S11"! that there ws "s. nntiuni2 invst tri
lls about him; ond iviiidsts that liis ills
iturge itn. I ppr.nul ellVcw Iw forwardod to
nm.
in answ. r to iiion ries. Funk said ho had
nevt-r liemi insiiw, but was a little nfr-ubar
IHi-hap . The p.lea of imanitv, h sai 1. was
etup liy Ins Uwyr, in sp.lo of his prot ests
it the sur,t t iiititU.Hl ,if seciiriui innuiiiiit v
ir-ni piiuisiini..,,,, i, trill tIh) o.fc.ti
from tlie public library, he says, h.t merely
uoi rowed li.-aufy Iim o issionfor b.arnin
ind iiit.ii In! t.t r.tiurii every on i if tit im.
rue tui.iiitiin; at th.t .'uiu.igo university he
txpluiiis i,y saving it was done to sulHtanti.
te the plifi of insanity set up by nis lawyer.
runk in le.sl npar. q:ute rational imw.
ALAf M NG INCREASE OF SMALL-POX.
Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
The greatest medical wonder of the world
Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises,
cuts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever snirs, run
cers, piles, ebilhlains, eorup, teller, -n.p
ped h:imls, ami all skin enijiiions. tiiaRin
teetl bi cure in every insliince, or inonry
refiiiiiloil. 25 cen!s (ier box For tle iy
Hart?, t !!:,hneii
WIST
In
atiSL SAVINGS BAH
-i t.vfh: '.l?lf liri-t UtiliOl.)
,,i.M. - - ILItlNOK-
h.u.i s t M. tti . p. M..nntl oil Tiitt
-t -u. ;i " i.nl.tl Vl-lint front Tin
'. "Y IH'ft
.Usue'' ti C'opcslt at the rate s
pov Saat. 5r iTinuisi.
ix::. r.'Ptvetl in amviirit SI
aivl Upwards.
i;.'l'i:iTY AND ADVANTAUItf .
t iv i! , 'eis'rlv ol tin' 'l'riisi.Ls-8 lit rtiition
.. : -l. (nn-1tn.H. I'tif nlnctrMire oMliitill.il
. ri ttnif ;in ot iu nitint'yt. Minor, null
, ..iiii-:. ,ir.jli'i U -1 liysprrml law.
;ii:i;s! - M. W . V nKKl.oOK, t'ri-sMelll 1ell
. V ;. , 1-ri'fOnViii : t". K. IIkvknwa i. i nAl- r
-i'-:-S . liffltM k. Purli-r SkilMHir
Mi'.l.-il. Nt'imii. (MiifU-r. II W . I'andett. r.
iri . -1. s. UritM, I K. IIi-iudwhv .li-hli
I. Al. t'li'i-ly 1 l Sloililitrrt.
"'in' n'.v ''fi'.:ii'r.'ii :irint'e llaiikm K'l
l tiiio i -iinfdwy
Sniierstltiitiis IVnt1e Who llelieve
SainU lt.it Not In Yareinatlitn.
MoNTitt'.M., Ntpt. iil. Some ilea of the
iliiT.tase .if Miini.lt-1 x may tie gather.!.!
from tin- faot that this week tilers hsve
teil l.i) ileiiths, or two nmru than diirnu;
the whileflast week, with tw.t d.iy.s Uy
run, wlni'li will nroluil.lv hriiur no
r.ne total death rale U 150. There
were tw..iity-nine ileaths 'thursihy.
Saturday in..in:ti tll(t Ibnnan
(..'ntholie bih.ip of M -iitreal h id a eon.er
m with tl.e -uprvi-oi- i.l tlielirav nun.
and the Si-t.-st.i 1 r. v I n. v. ant j;ave them
III anil... I lly ti nil.iv. lli.iir nun. to assist
Lh . b.iar.1 t.f lieallh in their w..rk l.v n
'i..u-e tt h -ipo iiisti'ti..n. S iiiie i.l..a ..f
ill. sit'i r lition of I ii.. lotv.-r elas. of
l-i or -t ' iii.t.ii hi . tn it b.-t .iih-'i-el fr.ni
II. e ta,-l lli.lt pu-itiro uf St, ll s'lin,
Willi a prayer o.i the lick. are
laving a tap. I ale as a prout-'ior
ir.un Kiii'ill jkix. They wear them at. their
w.nk, firmly llieviu iu the eninavy of
the protection, though they have no I ait li in
VAiH'ifini.ion. When they pass a placarded
hou e the pii'ture-taivl Is hnld up and the
grayer luntMnttt. Th.-y ratoh thesniall-iox
ill the same. There are some hundrel cases
in St C'liueK.ni.ie and several in tlrirtin
iown. The tirav rums have discovered over
ifly ca es duri.ig ttin last four or five data
NEV.EtlKNO.WRl
t,ToFAIL?;c
liiliViViiTOfirt
. -i Ktn'iS
30 YEARS
RECORD.
it.-. H. ('. t!LKAVRLAN
ic-tm;i.isHki isiib.
Cleaveland,
IJRMJIi.M.-
durance Agents
r . Ml 5 . AocidcDt TnBnranco,
i .fl-'lt'.-lir;Ni,sToi r.lM'K.
,Xi ISLAND, ILL.
I..--. r-tMiuity Adhmtrd nd Paid thin
A l'hreHt4uinfi I ire Subilned.
Jkhskv (fTV, N J., Sfpt 21. Fire hrokt
nt 8tiut s o'citx-t S'ltur-lny lmtrninc nmir
itiH ri.ioriiii; uf tii pitr of th llttyal Nt.nir-Ihihi-Hteftui-liip
liti." Ht thn tHt of York
trmt. It learhnd ttin r-if from the out
it. h, flti'l huriiftl furiously Un an hour,
wht, it was got undr I'ontroL Tha stam t
it'tioltttrt, whicU wis ti ifave at 2 p. m.,
wus lymjj at the pir, hnt wai banlnrl out
m snfty. KHrn tcs each throw
ing a stream f wrttnr, and werul
rti) nn i i t t h (i r a t idrtr con tr i
fit tf tVIick. TUb danmfl to frnilit is slight
Uih .oiitMit uf tl; yntr hfivhit; na:,rly all
vtm ladtd on tU S'lioltn. Tti pi. r l-tiup:
!!iTijely of iron ih not maoli damatii
iJurin-f tba fit IVJ srrn Unnm, IN IVrm
vlvjinia railro.id ainl 54 tt'lHph m wire-s
Wrr hnikfn. The r.iMe ojpwit tlw it
vra- also brukfiL The only te!trra(luc olhii
"imnit'ftt.i .n at present from Ntw J-4r-v to
Ne-w York via AVittawkcu. Tn h i
italvd to be f.iU.tHH).
WHEAT
fl
(GOLD MEDAL AT O ORLEANS.)
l.ndorHml hf the ladinjr Hotel In
ihv i on li try.
4itrod by thr C.orernment 'he
in i ! r ilir Indian 4 oiuniiMn.
iitn kti itn i isdr sos,
Kt.-.l.liicH. NFW YOHK
llMC4n in A Kepii hi trait.
WashinoT(n ( itt. Su.t. 21. Tne I'.xt
:avs: Mr. lincitn, ihr irf-idi'HL's brutt.ir-in-law.
who was appointed siiirinti!d".t
t th ToUhI i, Ohio, piiblii- LmiUin Kridnv
h a rHpuUicaik H wm oiw of several ait-n-i-
anU for the ptai and was troiiIy
in ior-d. but it i-- st.iUnl that all
tut othnr (-antli.Lattfs armni that h wotiM
Im the tat. man for the iKMitiou if
. would afct'pt. it Tw ynars ago R.'pr
HHittativ Hurd rtHHminiudiHi him on at
unt of Ins caj.uUlity for tlie iHisitiou to
wfiiirh he ban iirttn apiohita 1. dnspttM thp
ial that he was of oppo ite (tolitics. Wtinu
name was trouht, some two or thrive
mtitUo a . to the aMitti tn of the pr-ii-
l-'iit, the Utr iiOsitiVHiv reTue.l to appiuu
iii I iut until he was r-'nviue-l that Mr.
h u m wan ItM U'-st until for Lha plai'P Aid !m
ui. .rtiit to the fipoonit m Mit.
PHOSACID.
I'm s.ile hy all Leading iho-
fe-lS.
Sris anil Hemes
!ii:!M!;r('Kvs dkikj store,
. r f Thiril Avei.neand Tenth street,
llm li I -Li nit .
;y r. .. r.iiiiiins carefully comiiinih ll hy teg-
"iriTnnielf llly-'iS-C 1 V
WATKINS & HILL,
ffcalers In
l!.v and iireen Wood.
'. hi iil-.t mi. nd to Hsnlhur of all ninils
oin.'.ti ttin. r.tirncr of itMh street on Molinc
o.i...... 'Icii'iih.iiie Nn I!I7;
lIl.T 1 ,(
onh'Tf may hi
nl-2-lttf
Executor's Notice.
..( Kli.alicth Htaiulieriipr, deceased.
'I'll.- iiiiili-rsi.'tie't. hsviier heen annnintird Exec
'' "I Hi- last will and testament of tllinabrtk
' '" rj.-r. late "f the comity of Kock Island,
Hlii.ins ri. i i si il. herehv aive notice that
'' "ill . .j..-ar ii -fnri: the comity court of Bock
1 1 naif, at the otttce of the clerk of said
' " hi i:u city of Bock Island, at the llelober
" ... .mi in,- Thin! vtonnay in ucuioer nexi. ai
ii inn.; nil persons having claims against said
' ''-'I.1 nr.: iii.tiii.-il anil reauusleii to alie lid lor the
"'Twin hat tin; the same aaj uted. Allperwin,
""i.'i-i ml tn suiii estate are requested to make
'niui. -.li !(,- payment, to the iinilersiiciied.
"''-.I tins Mil day of Am-ust. A. U., IB.
'"'hi IOUN ASTER. Kieciltor.
FREES
;-;;nELIASLE SELF CURE
,v""te prwtripth of one of the moat
. ni'tt-d and successful s etiahsts in the t . S.
y " r'.irtrl) ffir the cure of ervH Hvbtliitr
& MuiihoiMl. U'fNkneu nnrj iemv Sent
' i ' 'in .tiud cnvtloi Krs. Jjrusists cut fill it
Address DR. WARD ft CO., Louisiana, Mo.
, S,'MMKRLAW l.EPTnRFfl .nine weeklv.
ii inii .Inly. and end ttUi Keitemher; have
Mr.!(if.r HiLriial nuK. tut, to utadontu who de
in (mrs)u. ,hirsindWiatthi! or other Law
, Ttiw. to tlite who urnnoM to read urivate
Iu l"'',titioner who have not had the
niML'e of nvHiematic intttruction
Him n ' Liuivernuy oi va.;
, i ru loiu. ana Stat. law.
For circa
to Job B
d-w-lm.
I'tie ew ICU'd in Uw.
Uttav. A 111 , SepL J 1. I he siiprfiiw
onrt is a on tho ouetions ruised in tlie
t.ist ra.ss iu-te up to dt'termina the const.-
tution-ihtv of the new election law. an I
whether the coming ele.-tii 11 was a jrrii.-r:il
etectioii. u.irl nodeciinn can I reane ( un-
t l Jude Oickey's nuccew-or is elected.
Tu& iav 'his fact iiecam known w:;ru
. n.lpt Mulkey anuouiKted tha c.miirtuti.'
f tne f-ase, which 14 an agTwd ono which
J id re Prendenrast heard and d'iled at
.'tii'T'- ami which was ap(eale.l by th
C tif ms1 assoi'iation of that city.
Pli!r.rinna TcMlioony.
A. W. Bnwn, M.D.,of rrovidence.
R, I. says: I have nwd Hunt's
Kidney and Liver Rtiukpy in my
practice for the part mxlccn yrs,
and cheerfully recommend it as
being a $aj'e and relUiMe remedy."
A nother prominent do'ter of
Proidince wiy that 'l am frc-
iiiuMillv nriroil to iiseothiT iM'-nra-
lhtniHtiHiih!l.ilHtcH for Hiint's Kid
ney hint iiver hi Mfipv. I Milt on
try i nc them Unit t loy ure worlliiets
iu cmtimriM)u to it.'1
An Old l.idy.
'My n:othcrt 7 ycnrH old, has
chronic kidney rout,) tint ami dtop
sy. Nolltinn lis cut heiik'd her
like Hcnt'h (Kidney and Liver
Ukmfi'V. She h:ifl received preat
henefit from 8 hotlh' and we think
it. will cure her." W. V. Sunder
hind, Guilder, lanhury, t'onn.
A M.iiiM.cr'9 M He.
liev. Anthony A 1 wend, of rinla
ih Itthia. nyf : "Hi s I Knim y
Hini Liver h'KVKi), hiin cured my
wile of l'nsy in ir woil fri.
All say thai it in a intra fe."
I.enerur 'Imce.
General 'h(iee of lihodc !sl;md
siiys: 'l ftluayft kei ji ili'NT's (Kid
ney and Liverl IiMKOY in my
lion ne. Taken in email dofes nera
Hiiii:il!y at liilit il prevr ills head-
Irtvtil-tH ;U'he, nd n nl:ilct the kidlieya.
I r4tJini;iett mid elln'roriiiiH." Ht
" niease !;tn shaken, hy IH NT's Tf.m dv tiken.'
I'. S. riil'l IKMON, ti. ., .fin ml Aft nt,
BOLSRKE
CURES
ALL
T1ISKASK3
OP
THE
KIDNEYS
UVEB
TILATIPEB
AND
rmofABT
0E0AN9
DltOPSY
OEAVEL
MAiiETJ.
HRIQHT'8
DISEA8B
FAINs
IN
TUB
BACK
LOINS
OR
SIDE
NBRVOns
DlrlEARKS
itETPNTJON
OB
NON-
RETKNTtON
OP
tntiNE.
P1UCE
at. as.
Bond for
rampliltt
or Tt-stt-
raomalB.
m Nf-a
, .,LkKi":?ni-' .sPi
k-.i.' i-r.-v-1
n u rtt.: uiniil luhcu:
Jlte-A written KUarantee of cure riven tn :
case lin.tvrtakcn. 4tf-All Ci.iis.iltali.ini. I rs
ftiarnMl. Jir. Clarke's 4't-lrtlrat.t 1 t....li
M rillii.'s tm plain t-iivt-iopt-M flw li.iipa
. 11. i LtSklt, . BIS S. i LlKkST. ir.ll ,11
rlec-S-ttly
Tlie Great Enplator
PURELY VEGETABLE.
Are Yon Bilious t
The I'Kiin.AToli m-er fnil- tt cure. I H'"1
rlnerliitl n-euiiiiiii'iMl il tn :ill who MtfTer icur
KiiioiiM :ill-.ek or nv tlict :ee r:ut!-4-d ly a d'-.il-
r;ihi.e(l slrilc of the Livrr.
Kmi riiv. Mo. w. w. r.i-:i;NAKi.
Io you want (3mh1 lieslitui (
1 MiflVred il.leneh' Willi Full SltHieieli. lli :nl
ttelie, ete. A neiirlih'tr. who toid Ijtkt ti .sinmi-'iiy
Liver (u L'uIrthir. toid tm-ii w !is a --lire cure for
ii tmlihlf. The lir-t ii.M I lock relir.eil Die
nn in ne It. himI in ine wei ' time 1 w.-t a- I r mil.'
ind henr! ,H--eier I v:i-. Ittsthti ht xt innlnii"
rrr fiik ,'ttr ftKHt,
Kirhitiond, Va. H. 4'. iil.'KNSlLWV.
I you sutler from Const. ation
TeMiltiiO'V of tllK1 W lNFC. hief .1 ll-i ire of
;i : ! tnoe tj-etl Miiiiinin- I.iier 1,'eiruhiiur foj
t 'me-tti;iitoli nf ni lioWel?-. e;m- d hv a 1 it'mi';l-
drraitL't-nieiit of Hie l.ner for the hll three ol
ft lit tr-. ;iml ;ilw.n trtfh tliroin h -init "
Have
You Malaria
1 irte tuiti exin rie' ee w iih Sinmion Liver ttei''
nl.'U'tr miii e lsr.:. and reLMid it n the irrcalest
lueilii ine ef the tunes tiT tliea-es peenhar t
mnhtml reL''uii- ( mmil a medieiiu- deerve
lini ersal reeoiiimetiiiauon,
U:. M. It. WllAlITON. .
Cor See'v Sm'lit rn Itaplis TheloL'ieHl Seniinurv
t '2''
T -
( TImmv is hnl line' iSinmions
j Liver Ji'irnl:tl(r.
iee tliiit v.ni ti-t the ePnUtnf with the r.-il 7
on foil. I uf u r:i.i..-r, .r.-iiiii tl only hy
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.,
.I Proprietor. PM ILA OKLI'lll A. PA.
ai:ir :l etinw 1
CA7ARR6.
What
ti''"A.v rtiD? .,
"t' 1 .tS- c? A
Malettliu flay Iu a Critical Condition.
riTTSI-l'ltii. Sept "1. Mnloolm Uiv, ex
t'ir .1 assistant postmaster Reueral, is lyiiu
his home in Allepheny City, in a pr.lrated
inuiition. He arrived on a special trniu
Friday iiit.'lit from C -ss..n springs, where
be has tsten for several WiM.ks. A ear
Kociallv ineiiarod lur Iih acoommisiation
Lrouzht, him hmne. He was curried from
the hotel to the car on a stretcher mil!
placed in a lied. On arrival here he was
airain placed on a stretcher and tenderly
cared for by his ne.ids. His couditiou
regarded as critical.
MIII Hands VTeakening.
Norwich. Conn., Sept. 21. Tha m Jontv
of the weavers of the Fall null, now thai
the niiHs have shut down, ha v. petitioned
the company to take thetu buck and have
igned a paper to tne eff ot that they will
cause no nore troubb. The company will
therefore start up the weaver-room Mon
day morning, aud if they lind the weavers
acting in ifood faith they will start all tin
mill on Tuesday.
'residential Appointments.
WaSHlNOTOK CTtv, Sept. it The piusi
dent has appointed the following post
masters: Tnomas Uandenian, at Macon,
(,-ia. ; Charles B. Draier, at Ocoiiomowac,
Wis.; B. D Meek, at Eureka, 111 s.
The president has also appointed
Anthony F. Heaherer, collector of cu-toins
at fihicago.
Tliait. l AM.I IIt. IM I I.
Exactly expresses the coudilion of tUous-
nrls of neonle at this season. Tlie de
pressive effects of warm weather, und Ihe
weak condillon or Ihe body, can ouly be
corrected by the use of a reliable Ionic
and blood purifier like Hood's Sarshpittil
la. Why suffer loutfer wheo a remedy is
so close at hand? Take Hood's Sarsapas
rilla now. It will fjivpyuu tinlold wealth
in health, slreDglh, and energy.
AY-fever
oth r prepa rations
t-neii iiu-til r Hew- I'Nin at one,
n-e
Il i 'leanses tlie II ejlt1.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
Mrs. Dr. Keck will be in personal attendance at her Medical Infirmary Sept. 3d,
,and for the following ten days.
Second Letter from an Illinois Lady,
CONFIRMING A 1JEMARKABI.E RECOVERY.
Seymour, Champaign Co., III., Jane, 188.").
1 want Ihe public to know how I have improved nnder the treatment
and by the advice of Mrs Dr. Keck. To Ihe sunrise of friends and
neighbors 1 am tip'and doing a part of my house work, after so many
years of inability to do anything aud so tniieh suffering. Can be up all
day without lying down to rest even; those terrible bad feelings have
nearly all left" rue: I am fleshier than ever in my life before, have a good
npieiiif , and feel as though hie is worth the living; I am not troubled
any more wiib that cold clammy sweat and have do more long, sleep
less ni"llK, Inii cau go to sleep as soon as I retire, and sleep well all
night. 1 took the Irian at Seymour and went to Champaign to see Dr.
Keck, a short lime ao, reluming home the same nay. and walked
from Ihe dcmt an eighth of a mile to our house: this whs a great
thin for one who hail for years beeu pronounced hopelessly inc urable,
Mrs. Ki ck being the only one who gave me hope. People whom I
have not seen during the years that I was routined toniy bed now Blare
at me as (bey would one from (he dcul. 1 earnestly advise the affticted
to go to Mrs 'Keck, and by following her advise implicitly, as I have
done. I hey will, without doubt, be greatly betielittcd.
Kesiiecifully, Mkm. Wm. Anukkson.
iiiBS. DR. KECK S INFIRMARY,
Corner Sixth and Brady Sts., DAVENPORT, 10.
Consiilialioiis and Examinations Free Chronic Diseases Spiciallies, Catarrh,'
Deafness. Throat and Lung Troubles, Diseases of Ihe Livei and
Kidneys ami all Female Complaints.
The Doctor's Ucuiai kahle Success warranls the most skeptical in applying lor infer
fonn.it ion, ttliirti tt ill lie cheerfully given; In the treatment nf nearly 2,111) paiients in the past
ear, our record slums a greater per rentage of Ite.ii-lils tlisn the fame number under
any oilier system of medicine. Kememher this fact.
The Pi iiiiancncv of Her Cures are Proved by the following Letlers, and many
Similar Letters could be Given, did Space Permit;
is uiafrar
lorif of Iu
no ini.r.itit
Leiier.itlv orcinai toi
li Hie n:tMtl (in-sTi'ei
nd ni:nnf(iinili it.
f miifimm in tie
I. Knmi th tun
iulf fnrtii a ie
otioiis irHr-wil'inr It
iiifinliriiiiitiis Iiiiiii'M
IL- ' ,1! I'lnl tiiroitL'h the m
fer5j.'efUve or-.in. en-
r."-7 ' C'iV TS .............. i.i -..I
K ' Ui J uriidtH iii' other Inm
oo-Moiue lino o:iiiLTer
r- s tnplonis.
Cream Baim ivif
i?;inied an eiooihle
oiltation wherevel
D4iv n. itptaeitu' hH
narliele i- apjilied into
i'iMe 4.
llv ail Two IM-Urrs From (ne Ludy.
K1HT I.K.TTKR,
PKisoTrm, Cham pail! n Comdv, 111.,
Aimunt 17, If!, f
lh :ir Mis. Or. Keek: liavin.' rtaen four months
miller y r ttviilmeitt and U-mtr very much im
proed, I will tell the pt.hhe Hhoul my ease. I
was very we.-ik nml thin inlh sn. Wawohlit'ed to
lie down through Hie la. ami c nuld eir( ety W:dk
ainml the turns' ; niv loti-jri were very weak, Hnd
pained a LToaid deal, and ter a year and a half
I had e..HL'h. d and raised a .mm) deal of matter.
I Ind no teiii- am a we:tk stoinai'l) with hloal
in.' ainl nineh p:im iu my h .ii aud d ramr erne tit
oi Ikiwth. I am now mnt'h slrtm-jer. have tam
rd over lh it let ii ptiniiOf in tlesli. ean walk a mile
Hii.l n h:dl i -a-iH w iili-Mil taiti'iie, und feH well in
e ei y w ay ; my cnnL;ti has left me. and 1 nave no
pain at al! in niv lntiL's hack or anywhere; I have
a ihHl appei ile and dilution, atul ronitler my
ii.tpn. iiient wry L'otl miner your tr atuilit ;
in ..rnit i' d.M itii kumI I eoiild lic hnt a very few
iiion , ; my e:ie war- eoh-iiuiplion. and o we
iht'u: hi. hm v"ii tia.- helped nn; very ra, idly
iid in evi iy w.-t . our tri.'i d,
Anna Ausiii.
MICOMI 1. KITt.lt. 1SS'.
1'Kt-M'ri a. Champaign roiinty. 111., I
AuLriittt 4. lSKi. )
To thk I'l Ki H" I wet- to iHte that in the sum
mer i tS. 1 wi. Irealed hy Mis. Or. Keek for
HiiMiitiptioti ann wa" cured sound and well. My
treatment occupied aUmt eii;lit months. Since
m recovery 1 have heroine very ritcd and
ii(tiiLr. and 1 now enjoy yood heollli
lop rtfilllyi ASA AltAlR.
Secoml Letter from an Iowa Lady.
Coiitirininu' a Remarkable Hecovery.
To th r 1'i Ki ic : The henellt 1 received at the
tiiiiul of in. Ur. Keek lar year ft ill remain with
me. And other permanent hem'tir? have also
hreii aihled to itiem hy further following her ad
vice. 1 now enjoy tM.tter health than I have known
in many year-. There ir no return of the trouhlen
from which lor. Keck resent -d me. and which were
iitiiner;ited in my card of last lcuder. Nor is
ilu r.' of theiunior -he removed in March, ISM.
I m doiiiir all :nv htnework, aud on .Inly loth 1
look up my earjiet, "icriiljhed two fl-i-or. I'hnrie-d,
L'oi three meals with all other household duties
iui felt no had resull. And most thankful to
kind I'ii". i pence who hart male Mrs. Keck IJii
poweiial in-triuneiit for ihk1. Kepectfullv,
Mrs K. Uai:k, w ife of A. J. Barr.
WeliMieri ity, la., .1 uly -Jl. lsT.
A Late Witness.
I have been treated h Dr. Mrs. Keck and the
hen r lit I have received from her advice and
treatment are onderful; I had suffered fn in ca
tarrh for over twenty years; it h d effected my
w hole system very nauiy. I nan iroiypua in my
uo.-triis twi i coum not nreattte inroui'ii mv nose
these she removed hy uiedioine not havltn: per
formed any operation, lean now breathe freely
through my nose. My fciiM1 nf smell in now re
turuim;, which left me twenty years ajro, she has
done more tow ard reinovnej my ttHarrh than d
th physician 1 ever hod; my brain wa- diseased
and 1 hau tn-en insane; was at iuilenenlenee i
lum for eiidii immth, and T feel sure wind t he
there now if it were not for the In-iiefUs I rec
ed from her; 1 do noi now have tin- asthma ibat
have sudeietl mill fof four eirs, neither do I
fniilTer w ilh ihe mis rv mi . p un in my lefi nutt
aiidspleea. My kidue- wete badly di-aned
wa- bloat, d and mv hvtr waf alL-eied; I coU ;h
a treat de 1 mid uoi Uio-c -vdiiiomu h.t e m-ily
disapjwured : 1 c mhij-'hlv lecmiuteiiii ltd koiy
as a i liytLi-iii Sii.livm r'i'NK
H t hvter ( ii, My .U ISs .
Ei.ck itRAic, tx-tt t'onnty. Iowa. (
NovemlK-r It&i. ,
For the Iknefil of the p:ih:ic lam willing tit make
known an nciouui ol iuv Ion-' siekne-t. t sutl
ed for many Years from catarrh, also from the
mot-t severe h. adaches. iliziness and ear troubles
ami also daily rlulls, ai d ca arrU fever and last
Hitf cold cvveals. and these arnt occurring every
niiiht w thai 1 became so nervous I could not
sleep. 1 suffered fnrni chronic dyspepsia, ami
stomach complaint; u-y liwr and kidneys Wi re
disordered ; my litres so weak thul my hi tat h was
short and tiiifuL ami my heart also greatly
troubled me. 1 had no appetite and was constant
lv suffering from flatulency and from a hitter taste
in the mouth, and ll this tinw my hands and feet
Were covered wlte a cold sweat. When I placed
myself in your eaie 1 had been for nine weeks
hed-riddeu aud fornix month unable to go to
town; and for two years t-o weak to do any
work. 1 had employed a niiuitar of the best phy
sician?. but crew constantly weaker. My fainer-n-law
(Mr. NhlirhtiiiL'i called on von on liecem
her -t. Nfil, and you viitc d me at my home. You
asserted that you could cure me if 1 followed your
directions; 1 ilid so, and in ciirht weeks I Has able
to call on you iu Paveii)ort, aud you have visited
me only once
AH the aboe named sysptom have entirely dis
appeared, and with joy aud gratitude i acknowl
edge theareat good you have done me. 1 feel like
a new man, strong and sound, am aide to go out
and work daily, even in the coldest weather, and
for all this i a in indebted to Mrs. lr. Keck, fiver
your friend. John Roe nnkeeit.
How many terrible aches one's poor head "F Uie Initeftnit aches nd pains f nermni
has sn.l ht sileriii is canall hv these ! Tonoausk is supers to n other anre
nag, sua wr.at surieniig is taiueu oy inii l))llt( pir Nh,8 Heartache or MukuIu Kiieu
bmlachca, Keltef may ts; bad mim Nervous, uiausos it u almuM son, .tic."
Neuralgic, or Sick Heatlaehe by the use of 1'akk Kitcbik. II. D., 8t. Paul, Mina.
Nrt p. c-t n Which is nota nire-nll. buti "tfnvs niwsl Tosoalisk In cases of Nenniljrio
v tVVt n-liuh is a cure f.tr Nervous rififli'.-ties with wuecess in aunont every instance.
-i j i. vt ui; iti...,.n.,;. ii,.; .n, lu strictty NeurnUric forms it is unexcelled."
feadaehe. Neuralgia, l.heiiniatisui, K-iaticu , " o. 1 Noaros M D CincinnatJ, Ohio,
amliitsit. No pn-prictary nieiiicine has ever, TnmA,mr l1,Aim,t,A,mmrwio,iniKO
obtained, such strong einlorsenn iil from the , CKW ,rf bsl.ouiU IIbimIiuIh. ."
medical pmlession. I Theo. Hekhanh. M. T.. Rt.ThoQus, Mo,
FORHAI.E BY ALb DnnOOISTS. PRICE ONK IH1LI.AR PKR BOTTLE.
A. A. MELLIER, Pruvrieter. KM! and 111 WAKHIKOTON AVKSUK. ST. LOUIS
DUFFY'S
PURE
'HISK
MA
nenmoma.
Consumption,
Dyspepsia a
IVantinff Disrates,
7'ff Jrey ItrlUntl and JV'nMire
osstsferl in rmtnritig I tt al imiprrt
THI3 WHISKEY SHOULD EE FOUND CN THE SIDEEOAXD OF EVEET FA3CILY
IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL.
I0 NOT ItK IKI'I3IVFD.-Jlany Druirirists and iri-ers who do not have IMill)'. 1-nre
fllall Wliiwkpy In aftn-k, aUeinot to ialni otT on customei-s, whiskey of thHromilH.ttliiu;, el.t.'b
being of an inferior grade and adulterated, pais lln-m a l.-irirer tirijlit.
ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS DRUCCISTS AND CROCERS.
Send us your add reus ami we will mail book containing valuable information. Sum pi:- ijuurt lUtttU'B
Sent to any address in the United SLib-NlKasfcnf the Kocky Mountains), wvurt ly jmrkrd im plain
ease, llj-prt-nit rAarfea pwptthl on receipt of S 1.23 f or Six Hot ties wnt for k t.C!
DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.. Baltimore. Kd.. U. S. k
iiiaj-S deodwly
DAVENPORT BOILER IORKS.
GRUPE & MURRAY, Pi-oprietors.
mm
M:ilnifsi'tiirers of all kimU of P.oi ern. l.anl :iml W.-ili'r Tanks. Heaters, I.ard 'o.lery, Hninke
tt:lck, ttreeetilliiT. Iron Slmilcr V an It ISk.v anil Iron Work for .tails. Particular attention given to
rcpairiui.'. Or.ler liy Mail tr t'eler:iili ui.iiu.ll alteuilett n. 'rele)llon,' Mo. :t'ti.
Ant. Sl-ilhni 31" E. SECOND 8T . near loivcrnlueiil liriilue, DAVENPORT, IOWA
See the Dorlor, FHEE OF CHAHGE, at her Medical Infirmary, Davenport.
OXYGEN
TREATMENT,
DR. FOSGATE,
309 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa, 20 years practice, makes all
private diseases a specialty, such as Syphilis, Oonorrliaa, Gleet,
Stricture, Impolency, Spermatorrhea, all urinary troubles and
mercurial affections of the throat, skin and bones.
Cancers, Tumors, Piles, Catarrh and all chronic diseases treat
ed successfully. Consultation and correspondence free.
t-All letters promptly answered
mar 18-dly
The Moline Wagon Comp'y
rvr o rx rvr ix.h. tivto x
Vor the relief and cure of roNsi-MrTios. Asthma, Itaoto hitis. Hat
KhVfca. -ataiirh, NKttvnt!s Pbostkatios. Ktc. E.c. tend stamp for
Meiiii-iil IsH.k of over 100 panes on "HOME TKKATMENT," contain
i'''.!,'"TdTe-!.B" Kasiista JlodifalsnJ uracal iufirraarv.
461 and 463 BKOADW AT, M1LW AUKEa' WIS
The mot extensive in-tilntion in the I lilted Mates fertile trcatnii-nl of
PUDnlllP ItlCCHCCC W- rrUT-h permission, to a few ol
tlilrlUlllIU UIOCHOCOi our Kiln,ii: li... L nt. niaoauer ol
Heck s Miii. Milwaukee; liev. B. De Well, Western I'nion, Wis.; Mrs.J
38 P. Mor-e, iit-hko-h. W is.: !eo. B Pratt. Meliasha, Wis ; W. II Rllis. M
.. liriKtktield, Mo.; C. t . Mackenzie, e lncaL-o. III.; Mrs s. K. bllawortn,
vtstlii.n. Wis : Mrs. Klizslteth tst.l. Evan-viile. Ind.
. p iMr 0X.KN is safely sent anywhere in the United Mates, c iininia or Europe, hy ex
press. Plain. ey, complete directions with each treatment. mar lT-u Iy
JsAL. YEBBUBY, "
Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting,
Knowles' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors,
W'ronuhl, I a-l and bead Pipe. Pipe Kitlln? and brass tloods of every description: Knblier Ibis
ai.d PaekuiL' ot all kiuii-; PrainTile and Sewer Pits'.
J uly-17 -illy
Olliee and Shou lu14 Third Ave., UOCK ISLAND, 1L.I .
HENRY STRUVE'S
SAMPLE ROOM,
In the room formeili occupied as a M TWfntioth StrCt't
I ..lift! Iionery l.y Frank Math. J- .1 1 ,S Nv t.t IL It. Ill vlicil.
t"The Is-st ot B.-er. Wine". I.iiinirs ami Cers ronstantlv on hsnrK .-'Jil--1
Allavf
"iuT
IMIllldtl. llt'ttll'S I III' fMtl't'S.
He-Slft-S lilt I'lise-S (if Taste.
Smell, lleaiiu.,. Tlioro'ioli
Tivaiine'iit w ill .11 r-.
Ad!
hj'l-"'!
wit nil' . Appl- nt"
T have been nttiieted with Hay Fever
for seven years Ely's Cream Balm cured
me entirely. ' II. D- Callihari, baEirage
master, I. & St. L. R. R , Terre Haute,
Ind.
Nostrils.
Price Talc, at druirj-ii-ts. or by mail.
Send for e ir
i-lllar.
Kl.v itKKTIIKIts. Krntryisis, iiwcirii. .-v. i .
jn Ijit- dti ly
"CANDEE
Rubber
BOO
DQUBLC TK.CK
BALL.
Ordinary Rubls-r Boota
always w.r out Brut on
the lull. The OM't.B
Boot s are it ttu Wc r ft'
oa the ball) and giro
DOUBLE WEAE.
Jf7f eoomfcf rilb.
lr Hoot in the market.
JUsta loncer thin any
other boot, and tin)
PRICE NO HICrtCRi
E ,1t7iP. illl.U
mm
r
'ifTlCii
mm
t"lulJ
UXHE ATLANTIC!"
BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR,
N. 1 8 1 2 Second Avenue, Kock Island.
rwl'iWincr, Kuhnhiichcr and she ftntrst domestic Be nu draught. All kinds of Sandwiches rv
t miv tiimr. 1 elflitione
nit .iiv JOHN WFSTPHAI. Ornnrtrtnr
THE "VERAISTD,"
KREh APPELQUJST, Proprietor.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
EASTSIIKHMARKBTSgUAHK, Rock Ishlfld ill
el-.-dl.
JOHN SCHAFER,
-DEALER IN-
mi
jSj r0R SALE BY
Call and ex
amine tho
goods.
CARSE&CO.,
Rock Island,
' une l-eod6m
Wines, Liquors, Beer and cigars,
No. 1316 Third Avenue. H.M-k Island, Ills
Tins place has heen nifitted and refurnished and is now one of tne best Saloon? in the city.
J-?" I.nit. li every innnilTtif. nine ,1 t. .y
exchahall.
RUDOLPH SCHWECKE.
SALOON And BILLIARD HALL
Below the C. li. I. & P. Depot, Moline Are., Hock Island, III.
Imported and Domestic Br-er and Wi n, Fine t.ihtior and Cfusr aWtjrn on hand. jmi i-ly
Dr. E. F. FISH,
92 Wisconsin St.,
MILWAUKEE, : WISCONSIN.
8PECML ATTENTION
(iven tnTliroat and Liiotr Complaints. Discasea
pecnliar to Wouien. Private Disease, of
both geiee: all skin liisordera.
Ilours S to 10 A. M.. 2 to 3 P. M., ai.d
7 to 8.30 P. M.
Correspondeaui please eacloee stamp,
mar I.-dwly
J.M. UrroBu. 0 . M, l.uorur, J. K. Loosi.et
Buford&LooslevBros
-GKNKKAb
Insurance Agents.
The old P-re and lime-Tried ennipatf tea Ke
prmacuted
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
late a low aa as Sellable Company caa afford
I oar ration am hi souctua.
WOUlce in Arena bwck.
Manufacturers ofFaroi; Spring aud Freight Wagons.
full and complete line of Plats-ohm and oilier Spkinu Waoon, esiiecially adapH-!
bi the Western Trade, of superior wurkinunsliip and liuisJi.
Ivllln-iirated Price I.isl free on upplicition. See tlie Moline Waon before purctiaMui: olteir
mar l.-.-dtvly
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOCRAPHV OF THIS COUNTRY, YILI.
SEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THE
Sii V TsErti'' ns n $ $ f
SjA"Z IMP
llW 0-Wt x. iv i Jo i sK-
iK--riii-vkt , - - f 'tvr,aa i , . .. . .. ( - . ,- I ,
J
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY
By rftflflon of ltacntral pofiition and rlone relntion to all principal lines Fnftnnd
West, tit Initial und terminal poinui, constitutes too most important mid-conn- .
nental link in that evstora of through tranHportittion which Invites and fiieiii
tatea travel and tratllu between citios of tbu Atlantic bikI Pacific Cont. It
la also the favorite and test rout to and from po'nta East, Nortbeuut and
tioutbeaat, and corresponding; points W est. Northwest and South west.
The Rock Island syauim includes in it mnin line and branches, Chicago,
Jollet, Ottawa, La Sallo, Pnori. Oonoseo, Moline and Itock Inland, In Illinois;
Davenport, Muanatlu, Washington, Kairtleld, Ottumwa. Oekolooan, Wm
Liberty, Iowa City, Dew Moines liidiniiola, Wintert. Atlantic, Knoxvillo,
Audubon, Harlmi, Giithrla Ctontre and Council lilurls, in Iowa; tiallatiti,
Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, in MiHeouri; l,eavenwortb nnd Atclileon,
In Kansas; Albert Lett, Minneapolis and tit. Paul, in Mianeeota; Writedown iu
Dakota, aud hundreds of intermediate cities, towns, villager and motions.
THE CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
Guarantees Its patrons that sense of penvmal security afforded by n solid,
thoroughly ballasted road-bod; oinootii I racks of continuous steel nul; sub
stantially ouilt culverts and bnitqres; roilmu; stock as near pertectlon aa
human skill can make It; the safety appliances of patent buffers, platforms
and uir-brakes: and that exacting discipline wbicli govuma tlie prjicticwl
operation of all Its trains Other specialties of this route are Transfers at
all connecting points in Union Depots, aud the unsurpassed comforts aud
luxuries of Its Passen-jer Equipment.
The Fast Express Trains between Chicago and the Missouri River are com
posed of well ventilated, finely upholstered Day Coaches, MaKmtlcent nulltnau
Palace Sleepers of the latest desljrn, and sumptuous Dinlnif Cars, in which
elaborately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, "(rood Digestion waiting on
Appetite, end Health on both." Between Chicago and Kansas City and
Atchison, are also run the Celebrated Reclining Chair Cars.
THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
Is the direct and favorite line between Chicatro and Minneapolis and St. Paul,
where connections are made in Union Depots for all points In tho Territories
and British Provinces. Over this route, Past ExDress Trains are run to the
watering places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and hunting and fleh
tng grounds of Iowa aud Minnesota. It Is also the most desirable route to tho
rich wheat fields and pastoral lands of interior Dakota.
Still another DIRECT LINE, via Seneca and Kankakee, has been opened
between Newport News, Richmond, Cincinnati. Indianapolis, and Lafayette and
Council Bluffs, Kansas City, Minneapolis and St. Paul and intermediate points.
For detailed Information see Maps and Folders, obtainable, as well as
Tickets, at all principal Ticket OHlcua la the United States and Canada; or
by addressing
R. R. CABLE, E. ST. JOHN,
Pratldenl and General Manager, Chicago. Canaral Tkef and FiSMnger Agent, Chicago. !
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