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5C Mustang Liniment only good Jr horses? It s for inflamma tion of all flesh. I'UOKKSSIONAI, CARDS. ILUASI JACKSON, .,.,. KY AT hW. Office in Rock Island V. 'ml Huililinu, Kock Island, tit, j 51. BEARDSLEY. , M.;v T LAW I Hl'i'e la '-''' s. '-,iiiliivemie. rilh J. T. Ken auir-1 -itHfcm K. C. CONNELLY, ,,NK A N P CorNsKU.OIJ AT LAW.- ,' ,L i-ni ..I. Ul- tiiV'.'i-111 I'.wt offlc Hniiii Vi ,i-,,, '' i.yit.H.'s Hunk, KtMms No & " I . II.IV-.- 'lv . , , i.l. C A.. WAIAKR. SWEE-N EY & WALKER, ri,,,i;V Y ANIM'lil'Ni-KI.I.OKs AT LAW. ltHt. ,t. til m '"ii block, liocu Island, 111. E. W. HURST, :;KV A N 1 1 1'NSKI.I.Ol,' AT I.AW mple Mm k, ovi'T Kock 1 'U eland. 111. ri. CI. CORBKTT, ; : T I.AW. Sttht'iior m riiitry and I, - -IllTf nov-'D-'l v powder and snot. A NUMBER OF MEN ATTACK MILL hands while working, And the K,nlt 1. a Lively r.illlad el lti.lleta-Over 800 Shirt. Fired -Th Cleveland Trouble Female Striker. VVhrkuso, W. V. Sept S8.-Arion9 not occurred at Uufihlin'ii mill, above Mar tin ,i Ferry, Ohio, at -i-.SU o'clock Saturday mornintr, " which at least 200 shots were i-haii-wi. The riot wa, precipitated by an attack up.,n the workmen in the mill by a number of arm-id nvtn. The workmen hal sentinel, on guard, or the result niujlitliave Irwn mora disastrous From thirty (o titty wen anno 1 with shotjuns and revolvers cam.; up t'.e. ra.lroa 1 track from the .lirecu .n ... Miit-in's Ferry anl ap irifhfd to wiilmi rli.riv juw of tuo mill. wnmiiueuann , jl.it t to halt The men uii ailvuoiD.I, and in a second or I f i . . . - n.iiininn i. to Halt was again repeated, wiiumii eir.vt. The third tmw Ihp null -it id, . .illod out, halt the at!akui arty U;.i.i :ivi!i' wi.e.i iiieuioii in u io null atoii.- r-.,i::. i ;w fir... and a in ui was k m,., up i..r twenty . r thirty "- an i. Ki.n. party tiun o.-a ,! til im; ami almost iiiun '.li.-i.e; r, t.ro:iie.l r ttiw.ird the rivr. & Semarkable Eicaoe- Mrs. Mary A.Dailev. of Tunkhannock. Pa., was afflicted for six years with Asth ma and Bronchitis, during which time the best physicians could give no relief. Her me was despaired of, until in hist October she procured a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, when immediate relief was felt, and by continuing its use for a short time she was completely cured, gaining in arsli 50 loiiii(ls, in a few months. Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of all Throat and Lung Diseases at Hart. & Bahnsen's Drug Store. Larpe Bottles $1.00. Near Canon City, Ore., the other dav, lightning melted an umbrella carried by a gentleman without injuring the latter in the least. I lie f rco in the mill ml KiMi Mi,.t The tt'do t,r w.i-ioudy i. tv itc Milan, who had GCIDO BECK, i i;-u,k. r.. ml A Venn.-, ovoi rk i-l .t.,1. Illllioi" r.-opi,- .tit tl K Kl. -10 cvciile.-lilll ?lrt'l. W M y,T, ritnii. .1'!I ;i;li AUK. rt tr; .V M.nJ ',inrrv. .Si .m oii.I svihii.-. ;'.lii llNT T.1LI1. 'X 1,1'. il 1 .'I'OH.I lll'I'I.H. Erl'h!. k I I .lid Ha , . . . 1 1 - . Ii.- .. l: l-,.,.l ,.V Aio.l'; i.iit.hli...i n. ij j't.-dliil Arrus l.ioi'k. op l a.lvi-niMiii' ii.t.liiini ill 11, t xVki.i.i.y Ahoiw; inihlilu'i I',. ,i,i. A in, i- ,o!. lii-ptrlnK'til tli Ol.M. , n i r, , i -I ii.!, luii.'iit. If-I'M l; ANTS ASIH'uSFIOlTlliNEUS. , It.l'i srfonil avi'mlf. VA$i SAVirJES 8AR n I i tfr I I U r. id I IlliOlft . I .i- . :t '. .1'. M..an(i Oi, 1 ., :; -v Kv " ,ii;. fri.ii. 7 CO --.t. sj.l'.s at tft rt V! i-aivod in amountu ot it-r tTparci8. T I)ADVAST.WS!. .lyol tin- TruU'iilt in r.itou -'io-f Tin- oltir. rfarr tifolllliltu.! an v of la.tlicvii. Milior pirift t.rol.-rlvl l.y t,crial Uw. . V. V.'.IBI 1,111'K, PTira'lll't.l ;,1.Tl. i.l. til . I '. K. Ilim( i'afhioi W . .S'hci lociv. l',.riiT ku.iir Ipoi, fht.Ht',p. II W.IIan;!...,. I'. A'rik'ht. I'. P. lli-mnway. lot.r . M. 1'iini.lv 0. II. Stoddnnl. i tily rlifiit.T.Ml -ifltf(m:P Bank in Itorl. in An t.xaiiiiniiti..ii 4 showe i that -ovral only onus, however, hurtwora Wiilinm ii,i nxiy-iw . sliol Iio.ii :i an. l : loi in ui, bmlv and Miliar! Italic y, who wis Ii ,t, t .rou -Ii llio lln,ii mth a i iIIj A-. inr as can Ih, ... no i.,ur or iivo uf tw .iU::.-U in:; party "m "in', one oi to,. m a.-rioii .tv. Tl fonw oi arnial men in tlie null wa eighUt-n or I wctir-r li.n Mitai fcini; jirty. ..r tl.c riiiRlca l.r al uat, r kn.iva. iln m.il f.,rc, aft.r their sssa, t uns r?tiin !. rU on tlieir arm, foariu another attacic Sncres.ful Female Nlriknrs. ro-"i,i, Ms Sept. an. -Otw of the Ion;; -m. -ink's ..n lai-.irl m Lynn, -.ince ltiTS i. any r.ii,'. u,iue to an end Kriday morn ; l.y i he return of lim famalc stiichjr in i tavu Au-l.n's .-lii-,!,itiu'-r,om in the K 1' 1. ! . blwk oii.L:iion stroe-t. Tiie rl i .-iv.i l'cn ou! irom ti.teen to eiiiteen .i.iii-. t;.e ir tilil.i ari ini; from i . liiuxi u, f .rnw ii, Jlr.. J, 'line llo,. ,li ..l,:ir-M ill.,-,- ) -Mllinde.l t, 1... out-.- t I.Hf' -.i.-i." exei'. ,1 cr ivi.t.i l -.reel, im I . i or :o i r ,o...t,s ,,f th ' 'oi l h.iir-i uil.it.; m.ilv . Sj.riti, ! - ' I oo... Mi:.l,.. ( , aii, n li i' n. 1 ..all' : v uiialnie.n tout, .f Hi.i oi.ick. Vf-a.t.i- yt li l,y. meiie.l t y t.,i n-nl. i at-vire i. hi. i o: 'Kill, was 'oil, Im!, in mii.iit sin, k i:o in tno ..uirar The in He now si IMe.l l.y tn, re,i;n:tti n , f Xir.. --lines- a,i 1 t :...' lioelAr-iti.tn tJaL l.'l,3 sirikei or and liin .iii'.i.-uliy a liictjl Cleveland Mrikers Try the B.llot- Cl.KVKi.ASi), Ohio, Nipt. -JS, Tnere wa- Kreat eic.tiiinet.t in t ie Kiuteenth warl Sut- r lay. A baliot tan wa, established Friday itfht lor the purjKM of voting as to whetner tlie -tnknrs should a, cot the prices olT red by tlie rollin- mill company or not Muny ballots were cast and all the strikers had voti by 8 o'clock in the even ing. Nothing can le pre.ii. teil as to the rit-u t of the vote. 'fh. 1", lisli and Bohem- strikers are preailv wrought, up, and wear that they w ill raid the mills. Quite nuinlior of worki ngitu-n. who failed tc work Thursday and Fr iday through fear ol the strikors. have renortei for duty Satur day momine;, hetice thu excitement among the ttrikers. The result is anxously aAa.Ul liy the ie..pl, l'rM i.-ll. S,- '2rtwv I ' rD0lAi-NFh'u.i7H .iiin.' .uii iN'i,'. 1NU FtLiUNIILLUHLU -A written gnarantce of cure flvvn in tv.-ry i". - undertaken. -All consultatloas f'rtw an. itrml. I ir. Clarke'a -lcl.rale.l nn.i ur .1 Piliiii's (tn plain envelopes! im nuiniM I. U.I LAIlkk. . Bl H. t'LAKk ST. I Hit U' rnoi'. A'jNrBVOUSnEPIUTY 1M.O t-. tft l:s.'u.!li t nuu.eioi.it . TJ. , tmsliwi t-if W V.V i v flliett.lu., 1-t.r- V.WS.Vi- ; iTn:? ' "s. il- II. I ti.in.-e. iir V o. lir ii'i ii. it -Vi .id I PAoiCLrurt f(,. MTJi ; LIT l,-,'" 'rttK A- Ij. ;t. t :-n"I. .- t Htd.'' U. I I I I rlljr.AMr, mi if.- , tilnr r ml 't . i't .fiTt'l Ifarn i.. - Ufa i. 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NEW YOUK. gill Pj,Vtt PHMACIP, CATKINS & HILL, Heal erf in J"'v suit Green Wood vMll uUo att end la Hun line of all iimii ' 'in- m vnr.lt. comer of Arith street on Molice ttiu-, 'lV(r.fu.tie N V.fi ordHTi mav " hZyAZ CCI IIDI E CEI C r.. n.r a me.... a B.aik.a A favorite prescription of one of the most . notra and sn.'-i:esstiil s-,eci:.list in the II. b. n-iired) lor the cure of Herv.u Itebllltv, l Manhood, WeakaeM and Iteeajr. bent tmuii stjleti envelope Free. Drugsists can fill it "fldress DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. A OAKl). To all who aresuilering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nerv us weak ness, earlv decay, loss of manhood. &c. I will send a recipe thai will cure yon KM KB OKCIIARCK. This great remedy Wii: discovered by a missionary in Mouth America. N'tul h sell addressed envi'lopi to tlie Kkv. .losKrit T, Inman, Sititiou D Iew York t'ilt mm KIONiEr.&i -. to rrM.-- Lets of People Say, "OH MT BACK." EYt.,lf'v'l(fI.t i from Hero is Solid A 1 TESTIMONY Itard Working Men. Machinist and Ituililix. "I have been tnnihlcd years with kidney and bladder difflcnlly. After using four bottle of llfNT'sIUi.liii yana l.iverl l:sv.nv 1 have been completely rured." William 0. Clark, Mason and Builder, Auburn, N.Y. "Health is bettor than wealth." Machinist. tl. r.enrr.1. Knrr- Machinist. 11.1S Kid Ave., Philadelnliia.I'a.. nays: "My disease starl.it v. lien 1 was oiite a vontiL' lad hv hfivinc weak kidncya I have used jrisl six ls.tllei.ef IIujit s Kidney and l.iverl h'Fwtnv. and 1 solemnly proclaim, "a tee like a new man.' " "(iond connsel lis no price, obey iL" Meclianlc. Mr. Henry Williams, Mechanic, 1'ait Brid, porl, t'onn., nays: "About two v.iotdhs age caught a heavy colli, which settled in my kidneys. I ot a bottle of llt-NT'9 Kidney and Liver ItcHP.iiT and with thetrst dnscbi'san In get well. "l.il-iltsnppcrs makes long lives." Kniirond Man. Trank It. Lec, effire N. V. C. 4 IT. 7?. K. Little Falls, S. Y., Junes, lst, eays: "My father, f.i years old, hads.-vtTc kidney and bladder disease for iK) years, urination can-din.' acute pain. The weakness was sn groai ne was oi.nneti boncara riihlier hair. Twelve bottles of Hi nt's Kidney iKtiEPT comTil. telv enred him, and we consider it remarkable. Wc cheerfully reioinmend it "Peeds ore belter than words." lirNT's Kidney and Liver 1,'emkpt has stood the test of time. It lias been lwforetbc puiilic tor nty years, and has enrea every year inousatins of people mi (Turing from wriona diseases of tlie Kidneys and Liver, and kindred disorders, who had ailed to get relief from doctors anil who expected never to Is? enred. 1 honsands of testimonials I'roiu such persons attest its value. Send for book. ' "Alls well that ends well." Sold by all druggists. Price $l.-r. 9 HUNT'S REMEDY CO., Providence, R. L S. I'lilTTEN'TON. Ueaentl Aent, H. V. 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 REMARKABLE RECOVERY. Srymocr, Champaign Co., 111., June, 1885. I want the public to know how I have improved under the treatment t and by the advice of Mrs. Dr. Keck. To the surpise of friends and neighbors I am up and doing a part of my house work, after so many years of inability to do anything and so much Buffeting. Can be up all day without lying down to rest even; those terrible had feelings have nearly all left me: I am fleshier than ever in my life before, have a good appetite, and feel as though life is worth the living; I am not troubled any more with that cold clammy sweat and have no more long, sleep less nights, but can go to sleep as soon as 1 retire, and sleep well all night. I took the trian at Seymour and went to Champaign to see Dr. Keck, a short time ago, returning home the same nay, aud walked from the depot aneighth of a mile to our house; this was a great thing for one who had for years been pronounced hopelessly incurable, Mrs. Keck being the only one who g e me hope. People whom I have not seen during the years that I was confined to my bed now stare at me as they weuld one from the desd. I earnestly advise the afflicted to go to Mrs Keck, and by following her advtse implicitly, as I have done, they will, without doubt, be greatly heneriltt'd. Respectfully, Mrs. Wm. Andkrson. MRS. DR. KECK S INFIRMARY, Comer Sixth and ISraciy Sts., DAVENPORT, 10. Consultations and Examinations Free Chronic Discuses Specialties, Catarrh, Deafness, Throat and Lung Troubles, Diseases of the Livei and Kidneys and all Female Complaints. Mumm CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE USE OP OPIUM OR MORPHINE! s Wrrtira! Itrif, published at St Louis, snya I " Used Tnnnalhw. in a case of Neuraliria of H or 15 Me June, ISM, issue: "Many have become ,y.r .uniting, whicb had resisted all treatment -tiuu to the use of opium or morphine, from ' "' b", "l"1 """"Im none and the nuient haa eu- use of those drugs for the relief oi Neural-1 ' kT BaV 1L iTSSuiM Mo. Hut ciwn Toiur.line a fair trial in Nernrabrin. 1 To urn id patient's own expivminu, "It't the in-Btii-I cum fur tiiftt diHeMB." J. P. KiNUU Brili Ua. lil. I" I ronidfr Tonfraline the best preparation for Neuralgia I have ever tried." U V. 1utal, H. D.( Pinerille, Ma FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE 0K DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. . A. MELL1ER, Sole Proprietor, ?0 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE. ST. LOUIS. It is trratilYiJue Ut obrterve thai siH-h dan '.nis ttmKeouMiota uiav be avorttKl lv the uf Tundalink. whu h is ulimfcit a gpef'ilic 'he acute form of Neuraleia.' Tlii Doctor's Ri uiarkHblt Suoopss warrtnta the most, skeptical in applyioir tor infor f.nnation, whirh will he chef rfully Riven ; in the trestnn-nt if nesrly 2,tKHi pmienti. in the past ear. mir rrctirrt liowt a irrt-ator ir centti;i! 01 iM-nt-n:! u-an uit lame inmiwr uiiuer any other i-yHlem ot raeiiicine. Kt-iiit iulHT thi fact. Tin Pi inmnenry of Her Cures are Proved by the following Letters, and many Similar Letters could be (iivrn, did Space Permit; Rrad Two letters From One Laly. : FIRST I.KTTEK, 1882. ritsdrrn, rhamnaiirn Connty, lil , t AiimiHt 17, ltftfej. ( li-ar Mrs. lr. Keck: llavinir lwn lour monthi uTuicr yovr Irt-arint nt ami hfintr very much ini proi'ir, I will tell the puMic about my cre. I at very weak and thin inlit-Hn, Wa obliged to Ho dow n through the day. and could scarcely walk yltnut the hin.ee; iuyliim.rH were very weak, and pained e a jrtK.d deal, jim1 ftr a yetr and a half I had roue Ik d nd ratted a mh. deal of ninitr. 1 hsd no Hppelile ami 1 weak stomach with hlont 1 iv' initl mtieh pain in inv bek and d ran ire me til ol bowel-. I am now much ftnuiirer. hnve ain J ou (ivt-i thirteen pound?' ninet-h. can walk a unltpP and a hall i:isily w itinml fan-rue. and teel well lif every way; niv cnmxh haf lelt me, nd I have ul pain at all in m lui'i,'! buck or aiiyw liere ; I hat ; a ::tH.d appel ite nn i di;t fiii), and connier inv n?'pro ement very cm'hI un ter your trerttinetit m furmer (I'M 'nr -aid I coiilu live but. a very few nhui s, as tny oice was- coin wniptinn, and so wi: ill llmiii'lit. nn viu tmve helped nic very ruiv.:lv mtd iit every w.iv. our friei.d, ANhA AlAIK. 1S. Strike on tlie r 11 ion rnriflr. Omaha, NhW.. S.-pt. JS It, is ut.w statM, ou uot ttuliiorit-y, tii.-it Knights f La bor have abmiiritl toe iiiea of a s trike 011 the Union Paoitic rmlnatl and will en doavor to sett le I lie trouble by lie ar able men ns. Anidiic; the minors flyiug about is one that ttte executive con inutile of the knight- has bn-m bought up by the railroail C!inanr. Tlw riiinH.e are all at work at Kx-k Springs, and the white- who have not loft tht1 plH'-rt ret u e U po to work. It said 'M Morithtus will Im brought from L tali ftni I l!tlio to Ink thvir ilaies l'u.t'r qu irli,i: nr heme constructed for the triip- at. tt.e. minwrL Vaeht Rl:tkinT Another Kane. Nkw Yt'HK, S.pt. lis. Kvery prwpftraii m was malo for tb- VM-ht race itetweeu tM (iermta and the u unties for tha Cape Mav cup. The opinion is f;eni?ral aia-n yaht n.on tbat (he Gene ta will Lave another walkover, unK-a thf weather onntlitions entitely favor the I 'aunt ie. Air. Colt, the owner of the latter, wevor, exnrA-i-es the bt lif that his boat can bat (be (enestA oi;t of Fipht if they have a goo-i stiiT wind, an I has nlfered, it ii nid, t- waer from Jdrt OuO to $r,0(K that 1 1- (mat would chmIv beat the Gtnesta in an c-ean rnce. Tin start wais nade about 4 I'eb-rk.- Aftr this rac the Genesta will almost inmiediaiely suil for E igland. Oriental CuiiMiia n lSinton. IlosT.tN, Ma-., Sept. TSjo volire at an early hour SatuM'iy morning rnidoi an ipitlin on, run bv Waller i. Jney an.l bis wile. The rmcprH, when thy en-tn-d found the r'Km lilifld to sutfocaiioo with the o-lor of burnitr opium and several parsons partially undnr its ertect. la opiuui -iinokin habit ha berom prevalent here Anion; f lleze sluaents anl men an i women of wealth and refmemen'. There exist- 111 the city novera! private opium ons wberr th piiie is hit bv Harvard tudents an l lit-oary youn women. MyMerion Hifi.ippwarane at Niagara. l;i"FFALt, Tue-day last a well- . I rss 1 man r jr l o ro. 1 at tlie N a ft ara lu.tisn, Kinjiara V'ail , as Charles Arthur, St. L-'Uis. Af ter tupper h left the notel and has n.. t liwiii K,ffti viif.i. Jbdwar.l bar- rntt. of New '.rk rity, arrived Thursday iiiil aUe I f r Arthur wivh whom he hail au iipin. okm, and letn; unuble to get lnw wnt aav. Frilu Arthur's coat and bat we i-M foim l on tUe bank of the rupiis. lie oir hhVa t.iii-vvn hirjselt in the river, ji t;u iuav have left tor (mrts unknown. Frarful ryrbnif lu Calcntta. Lomos. S ot. Mo t alarmiu? rnrts--Anie fnon Caicntt of h fearful try ulone, w hn''i hat visits I KhIih Poiut, a port on the Bny ot Krtuai The telegraph linen bav tMei; -,w;spt away, and therotore it iDipo-sibl t obtan particulars It 1- known, lit-wevr, thwt mtuiy veasels have Iieen wrekH,lun the bay and that a great number of lives wre lok A goveruinnt siauiwr h i cime to render ay a-istanoe that niuV 'ft neeijed. t.x -2." "tr-,K; U 113 dill DclUll CAT CiiDscs the heiui Allays Iullamuia- tion. Heals sores. Restores the si n ses tf taste, hetir in; ami Smell. A Quick Relief A Positive Cure. Cream Balm h .ruined an enviable nn.ntation heniei l;iiowu..li!.iil:irnii:..ill nt Ii. r.ren:t rut ions A ptrliile i" api-lieii into ci,rn no-til ri'lleve (elili Ht once. l !.i;ree:ir.le to ll-e I'ri.-e lf. :lt lrinri:i-ts. or t.v noili. 7-enn ior i-irciiittr. KLV Hl.l' l lll'.l.s. llntlMle, "', p., . V. , h,. .inly ,;.rnir;i!S f HSVittLK r5 HAY-FEVER THE GREAT Unfailing Specific LIVER Mil SYMPTOMS: S itteror bad tate in mouth; onuue cnuted w rule or cor redw.ih a brown fur; pjiin in bark, sides or mil--often mistaken fur Kheuniatisni ; Soitk Stomach; Loss of Apphtitb : ninelimeH nmisea or watrrhrash. or indigestion; flatnleiicy mid acid eructations; iMMfN iilMTimrely eetive aud lax: Ukadai he; liws nf memorr. with a oniiiful sen- million of tot vim: failed to do Houiethin which mirht hi have teen done; ikc.u.ity; low spirits; il thick TEU.ow nppearaure of tlis kin and t'yes: a drv eotmh: fever; reitessnes; the urine is "canty and highly rob. red, and, if allowed to stand. deposits si'iinnent. Simmons Liver Regulator, PURELY VEGETABLE, Aneffi'ctnal specific for Malum., Dyspepsia, Conslipalif m, Billiousness, Sick Headac he, .laiindiee, Nmiwa, Colic, Mrot.nl Iiprcisioii, TJiwel Comphinls, Etc., Etc , Etc. In generally used in the uth to arouse the pid Liver to a healihy anion. SlUONl) 1.K1TLIL 1885. Ti HoTt M.l'hainpaiimlniiitv. tl.., , Auiiust 4, 1"SS. f To thf. r 1. 10 '. 1 wih to slate that in the snni ler of isrti. l whs treated bv Mit. Ir. Keck for msnniption aud was cured soumland well. My treainienliM-eiiDicd atmut eiirht months. Since my recoery 1 have become very ruiis,! and trout:, ami 1 now enjoy pnd heolih. Kespectfully, Anna Aoaik. A Late Witness. I have been treated by Dr. Mrs. Keck and the benefits I bave received from her advice and tiemment are ouderfiil: 1 had suffered frnm ca tarrli f.r over twenty years; it hid effected my w hole system verj oaoty. t nan poiypun in my tio-t r Is so I could not breathe llinnijih inv nose; these siie remox.-d by inedioine not havlnff per ft.rtned any oieratiou, lean now breathe freely through my nose. My iense ot smell is now re tumuitr, w hich left me twenty ycarp auo; she hrts thine niiire toward remivin my cbiarrh than 1 the ptivsieiam 1 -wr hi; my brain wa disea-ed ind I bad been insaue; was n mdepemlence asy lum for ei'ht nituiths. ami I feel sure 1 woiild be tiiT- now if il were not for th beuetitd I receiv ed fnini her; I do mi now h.ive the astlnna that hrH'e sunVred with fr four ye irs ; neiiher do I airfTer with the mis. rv su pain hi my left code aijdspleeu. M v kidney Wt-re badly disertned ; I wt- o oat d and my liver waf affected ; I couln-d a ff'rent de 1 nni iiitw tho-e syiiiptoms bave molly disappeared ; I C- l) highly reeomuiend (Ills lady rtjt i bvsniMn. W illiam VV Itnk Vclmei t'iiy, M;.y 2o iss . DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY. Pneumonia, Consumption, Dyspepsia una Wasting Diseases. FoDltirvly Itrlirved and Knfnr assisted ii. rearoriiif; Vita Tjmirers THIS "WSISKEY SHOULD ES POUKD CN THE SIPEECAUD CP EVEEY FAHILY IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL. DO NOT BI! DECEIVED. Many pfitpffisti and Grocers lio do not have DiiSiys Je-sire Itlall VVlilNke)' In atork. atu-mpt to palm off oncustniers.v.hiskeyof theirovm lxnt!in(f, l:ich being of an inferior prade and adnlterateil, pays them a larger profit. ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS DRUCCISTS AND CROCLRS. Send usyouraitilressandwewitlmail nook cnntaininijvalnabie information. Samjtlrju&rt hottlcm gent to any address in the United Stales (Ka.st. of tlie Rooky MounUins), securely parked i plain etmr, Express rhnrgrs prrjuiid on receipt of $1,2S, or Si.v Bottles tcut for S6.00 DUFFY MALT WHISKEY GO.. Baltimore. iMd.. U. S. may-S-deodwly DAVENPORT BOILER WORKS. GRTJPE Sc. MURRAY. Proprietors. S i orid Letter from an Iowa Laily. Continuing a lhmaTkahle Recovery. To thf Pvm.ir: The benefits I received at Hie hand 'f Mr. lr. Keck lsr year still remain with me. And other pennnm-nt benefits have also bi-en added to them by further follow tug rer ad vice. I now cujov toiler health than I have known in many years. There ii 110 return of the troubled from w hich Ir. Keck rescued me. and which were enimu'iated in my card of last October. Nor it there d' the tumor she removed in March, ISM. I am doing all tuv housework, andontfuly 13th I ttn.k np niy carpet, scrubhed two thxire. chiirm-d, l'oi three meals with all other household duties :iud felt no had result. And most ttiankfui to kind Provipcnce who hat made Mr. Keck His powerful instrument for pood. Respectfully, Mrs. c. K. Hakr, wife of A. J. Harr. Wihsu r City, la., July 3SS5. lin K vHass, Sdtt Comity. Iowa. ( November '28. s For the lienefitof the public 1 am willing to make known an account of my long sicklies. 1 n utter ed for many years from catarrh, also from the most severe headaches, dizziness and ear troubles aud also daily chillt, ai d ca arrh fever and last intr cold sweats, and these same occurring every night so that 1 became to nervous 1 could not sleep. I suffered from chronic dyspepsia and stomach complaint; n-y liver and kidneys were disordered ; my lm.gs wtweak that my hi eat h wm short and painful, and my heart also greatly troubled me. I had no appetite and wae constant ly suffering from flatulency and from a bitter taste in the mouth, and all thin time my hmids and feet were covered wite a cold sweat. When 1 placed mvself in vonr cate I had been for nine weeks bed-ridden and for sis month - unable to go to town; and for two years tio weak to do any ork. I had employed a mini her of the be-t phy sicians. but grew constantly weaker. My fatner- . n-law ( Mr. chlichting called on voir on Decem ber yti. lS"i. and vou visited me at my n'ime. 1 011 asserted that you could cure me if 1 followed your directions; J did so, and in eight weeks 1 was able to call on you in Davenport, and you have visited me onlvonce. All the above named sysptoms have entirely dis appeared, and with joy and gratitude I acknowl edge the great trood you have done me. 1 feel like a new man. strong and sound, am able to go out and work daily, even in the coldest weather, and for all this 1 am Indebted to Mrs. Ir. Keck. Ever yonr friend. John Koenkeekpt. &'e the Doctor, FREE OF CHARGE, at her Medical lufirmHry, Davenport. im:. iriEiEBTjriR-, Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Kiiowlfs' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors, Wn.ui.-ht. r.is! :inil T.end Pipe. Pipe Fitlini: awl Brans (lOod of every dencriptioli: lltll.her il and Pai-fciii of all klnilr-; llratn Tile and N-wer PilHf. Office and Shnt 1314 Third Ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL. I illv-1T-dly , HENRY STRUVE'S SAMPLE ROOM, In the room formerly occupied a? a Confectionery by Frank Math. "The het of B"er. Wines. l,irjnor and Cit? No. 31 Twentieth Street. ort-tH-ttlv on band. apl-l Tor It acts wlitiout disturbance to ihc svstt-m. diet or ocenpat on. It Heoilati-h the I.ivkk, and causes the bile to act as the purse. T e excess of lnle being removed, a Tonic kffkct is pro dueed and h".ilth is perfectly restored. The RoKUlatOT isjrivenwilb hafbtt and the happiest resin it to the most delicate infant. For all diseases in whirh a IjAXativk. Ai.tekatitic or I'UK'.ATIVK is needed it will give the nnst nerf-rt KtttisfactMm. The Vhint. Pit rent ami Hef FiitnUy M nit.rin in tt World. J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietor., PHII.ADKl.riIl A. PA. aiig 31-fodwly The I'Ailuti. Crop liamaKeil. Mci'lKti.i.u. luwa. Sept 28. Tbe con tin inus wet wather that iian visited this unc tion for tn i pant tir weens or two man tin has piayel pen.ral havoc with the potato crop. II 11 e-tiniate.l uy cotuppwnt jougei that from ut.e-llitrii to "lie-half of all tho potaUies m iiorlueru Iowa, of this y.Kr1.. ii op, are rotten The Acme Ledger BILL HOLDER. THE ATLANTIC f' BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, No. 18 12 Second Aunue, Rock Island '.ill Mannfaclnrera of all kind of Roi erx. !.nrri and Water Tanks. Heaters, Lard Coolers, Stacks. BreechiiiL'. Iron Shutters Vault loors and Iron ork for .tails. I'lirliciilar attention repairing, ttrders hy Muil or Telegraph promptly attended to. Telephone No. 35t. Aug. 4t-4h.m 317 . SECOND ST.. near (r-jvernment hri.lire, DAVENPORT, IOWA Smoke i ven to DR. FOSGfVTE, 09 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa, 20 years practice, makes all private diseases a special t, such as Syphilis, Gonorrlura, Gleet, Stricture, Impotenty, S per motor rlma, 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. fc"All lctterf promptly answered mar 18-dly THE MOLIlSra VAGQN. The Moline Wagon Comp'y MOEiIlVB.:iIjIjIKrOI Manufacturers of Farin, Spring and Freight Wagons. A full and complete line of Platform and oilier Si-rnxo Waoons, especially adapted to the Western Trade, of superior workninnsl- ip and finish. Ige-flln-trnted Price Lint free on Hpplic-iiion. See tlie Moiine Vi,'i.ii In-fore piircnaeing others, niar-lfi-dwlr Wril!etier, Knlnihaf tier and tbe fine.t ilonie--,, at any lionr. Telephone V-t. ai,c-4-d1v on dranrtlt. All kiniWof Ssndwirhei served JOHN WESTPHAL Proorletrr 99 THE "VERA NDA,' FRED AITELQUIST, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Rock Island li BAST Slim OF M AKRKT MVUARB. JOHN SCHAFER, Proprietor Centennial Hall, Dealer in Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 1316 Third Avenue. Rock Island, Ills Ttilf. nlai-e huh heen refitted and refurnished and i now one of tne best Saloons in the cily. 5'"Luiieh every niomiliE. L"1!!1 EXCHANGE HAJLL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. SALOON And BLIARD HALL, IieloTf the C. R. I. 4 P. Depot, Moline Ave WhllS IT That llie sale of Hood's Sarsaparilla con tinues at pueh a rapidly increasing raief It is. 1st: Because of the positive curative value of Flood's Sarsaparilla itself . 2d: Because of Ihe conclusive evidence of remarkable cures effected hy il, unsur. passed and seldom equalled hy any other medicine. Send to C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass., for hook containing many statements of cures. Have used Tonsaiine. in case of tltclal neuralpia with excellent results. M. D. Hill, M. D., SteubeiiTille, Ohio. A device for keepins pmall and trunsieut ac-eouut-,; the Intent mi. I l.e-t: a neeessiiy to every l.iiwntess mini; nnescelled for wireiiillh, lieiinty and convenience. Some of the adtTiuttufes to ! derived from the use of thin ljilicer ure: 1. All the small account sre hy tlietnHelves in a safe place and mailt out in hill form, wild one to luree writings saved. 2 For collection tie book may be carried in the p.irkel. If the hid is paidil istorn oiltj if not it in realty tojr ine ucxi uiue in :rh time is ssv ed w When Vrties call to eiy the hill is ready to he ret receipted. d In any siiecial husi The l-il.'er is not .imit nes. lint can be iised lo advautuue in any retail business. tnv business man who is m Ihe lookont for niactical and time-savins: inventions cannot af ford lo pass this without a trial, which involves l risk, as the bills furnished are alone worth 1 he money for tlie purimses ot Iiiil heads or state ments. County Rights for Salf. All orders promptly tilled. Price nf Ledsrer, with l.UH bill heads, ueatly printed. tVTi. All orders for the lder. and all rjiiueets for county rights, mast be addressed lo J. W. P0TTEK, ARU08 Orrn I. Bock Island. III. Hock Wand. 111. Imported and l,.mestic Beer and Wine. Fine t.ibuors and Ctesrs always on hand jnn Hn-tT J.M Bi ronn. G . M, I.ooi-lkt, J- K. Looslbt. Sherifl's Sale. By virtue nf an Election and Fee Bi.l No. r.4H, issued mil of the clerk's office of the cir cuit court of KiM-k Island county, and stale of Illinois, and Ui me directed, whereby I am com manded to make the amount of a certain judg ment recently obtained against II. H. Terry in faiorof Krank 111, out of the lauds, tenements, oodsand chattels of the said defendant, H. B. Terry. 1 have levied upou the following proper ty, to-wit: 'Theeast half () the north-west quarter fH) of secUon nineteen (l!li in township No. sixteen (161, north rrnge Np "ve i5i west of the fourth (4thi principal meridian, in the county of Kock island snd slate of Illinois. Therefore, accordinir U said command, I shall expose for sale, at public auction, all tbe right, title and interest of the above named H. D. Terry i n and In the above described property, ot Saturday the lUih day of Kctober, lssj, at o'clock p. nt., at the north door of the court house in the cily of Kock Island, in the county of Kock isl and ana stale oi Illinois, lorcaso in nanu, lo sal isf y said executions and fee bills Haled atKiK k Island, this lBtti day ot Septem ber, A IV, JOHN M. KRT1CKKU. Sheriff of Rock Island Oonnty, Illinois . DT I Til TC C u" CaOSESandClTBE, byone tAl llbM V wbo was deaf twenty-eight years; treated by most of the noted specialists of the day with no benefit. Cured hinwtf in three months, and since theo build reds of others bv same orocAve: a Diain. simnle and ancceasful home treatment ; address T. S. PAGE, 1 Kaet tjih sl, New York City. aept-xi-dlra Bufurd & Loosley Bros. -GKNERAI- Insurance Agents. The old fire and Time-Tried cmaitanie R prented f LOSSES 1'RO.MFTLY PAUL ates as low a au Reliable i 'omiianv tan affrsr Your Catron see is solirliAJ nmre in A reus Hloek. Executor's Notice. Estate of Eliza Sweet, deceased. The underi-iimed havintr been annolnted Execu tor of the la-t will and testament of KliM Sweet, lAite of the eonnly of Kock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby givee mdice that he will appear befo e tbe county court of Kock Island CAHinty, at the office sf the clerk of said con rt, in the cily of Kock Island, at the November term, enthe Second Monday in November next, at which time all per 1-! . :A .. .: A ss.na uaiilix claims agnii.pi ea.u rri.K arc u. .u, and requested to attend for the purpose of havlni the same adjusted. All versooa indebted to sail estate are requested to Biuke immediate payment lo UK OIHieiripuru. Dated this 22nd day of September. A. D.. 1885. 2i-d4T K. F. bWEET, Execator. WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CE0CRAPHV OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL SEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THE J M y!r?W.I,M'L ) .If' 'y-44 ' r - - - - CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY By reason of Its central position and close relation to all principal linen V.zbX, and west, at initial and terminal points, constitutes the most importnntrn!d-'onti-nental link in that system of t(ironi?h transportation which invites and laclli tates travel and traffic between cities of the Atlantic and Pacific Coafts. IS is also the favorite and bent route to and from points Ee.st, Northeaut and Southeast, and correspondinff points W efct. Northwest and tiouthvrent. The Kock Island system includes in its mcin line and branches, Chleafro, Joliet, Ottawa, La Salle, Peoria, Ooneaeo, Moiine and Rock Island, In Illinois; Davenport, Muscatine, Washington, Fairfield, Ottumwa. Oak aloosa, -West Liberty, Iowa City. Des Moines ludianola, Winterset. Atlantic, Ktiozville, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Centre and Council Blufl'a, In Iowa; Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri; leevenworth and Atchison, in Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and Hi Paul, in Minnesota; Watertown In Dakota, and hundreds of intermediate cities, towns, villages and stations. THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantees Its patrons that sense or personal security afforded by ft solid, thoroughly ballasned road-bed; smooth tracks ot continuous steel rail; sub stantially built culverts and briiiiree; rolling stock as near perfection as human skill can make it, the safety appliances of patent butlers, platforms and air-brakes: and that exacting discipline which governs the practical operation of all Its trains. Other apociafues of this route are Transfers at all connecting points in Union Depote. and the unsurpassed comlorts and luxuries of its Passenerer Equipment. The Fast Express Trains between Chicago and the Missouri River are com posed of well ventilated, finely upholstered Day Coaches, Matrnincent Pullman Palace Sleepers of tbe latest design, and sumptuous Dining Cars, In which elaborately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, "good Digestion waiting on Appetite, and Health on both." Between Chicago and Kansas City and Atchison, are also run the Celebrated Beclining Chair Cars. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Is the direct and favorite line between Chicago and Minneapolis and 8t. Paul, where connections are made in Union Depots for all pctkits in the Territories and British Provinces. Over this route. Fast Express Trains are run to the watering places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and hunting and flsh- LA1B All A AlWa IAX1AA miUllAMHJMl. 111SIUS Ing (rrouni rich wheat llelds and pas torn 1 lands nf Interior Dakota. Iso the roost desirable route to tho BtiU another DIRECT LINE, via Senear and Ro.nko.k-nn. haa hem rmAtinrt between Newport News, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Lafayette and Council Bluff's. 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 Omcott in the United B tales and Canada: or by addressing R. R. CABLE, President ana General Manager, Chicago. E. ST. JOHN, General Ticket and Fasaenger Agent, Chicago, j "85?"