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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1B83.
ADOLPH FRISITJS, IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF ooks, Stationery, Toys -AND- Musical Instruments. Lsrgett aasorlicent in tlie State of Artists Matt Tints find Pic ture Frames. No. 316 West Second St., bet. Harrison and Ripley Sis., Davenport, Iowa. FURS! at the Inwcttt prkett, Sealskin Cloaks, GOODS Made tn order. Till OLD Headquarters KvontUInc In the Fur line In Slork. T. KIOHTER, 823 WeBt 8ocond V". PARK & ELLIS, Now is the time to secure bargains. W ROome and see us. HARD Best Quality Egg and Grate, Range, Nut, and No. 4, - All the Best Quality, Extra Cartage on all orders lr.tt tlian a ton. HVL. YERBUBY, Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowles' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors, Wroimht, Cat and Lead Plpo, PIiib Ftttlne and Brass Goods of every dmrriiition: Knlilwr Hi and Packing or all kinds; Drain Tile and Sewer Pipe. O.flceanJ Shop 1314 Third Avrt., ROCK ISLAND, ILL. LAND AND LOAN OFFICK. MEDILL & WHITEHEAD, TOST OFFICE BLOCK, - , ? HOCK ISI.ANI.. 11.1 Land for sale on Six to Twenty Years time. arVt.8SO.000 00 TO LOAN In amounts to suit on Fnrm iiropi rty. IM lo 7 per rent. At the Davenport OOOK K EKI1 NU, ItAPin Calculation. ('OMMEHi'l AL. L.AW. Piwnooiiai'h y, TypK VVlUTINU, Tki.bukaimiv. -J THE TIYOLJ,' M. MAGJtUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - Opp. Harper House. tTho Tivoi.i" lias lately been Iran.formed in ..ln rtHlrami anil siirpassliia anythitiK In mhlMr. for keenlin; the alreool is one of the Uufre.hments dispensed at thin establisliinent Is in keopinu with its grain l.nprovo melil. An elegant lunch served every morning. All kinds of hiuiUwielies served on short notice. JOE HUBEE'S CENTER STATION! No. 3106 Moline Avenue, Rock Island, 111. Fine Stock of Wines, Beer, Liquors, Cigars, Ejx Al witin nn hand. TAYLOR HOUSE. Cor. Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth street, PIIILI.I1' TKKKENSCIiril. Proprietor IVThi Hon. ha be lHt)lic, Hoarder. til iHin it thorno-lily ren.vst-d ami ,11.1 .If raff, funnt-i will EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. BALOON And 33ILLI ard TIALL- Melon 1 lie O. It. I. & I'. Df-pot, Mnline Ave., Rock Island, 111 Imported and Domestic Beer and Wine, Fine Llbnanraiul Cimrs al vtys on li.wd. THE CENTRAL NO. 1717 SECOND AVENUE. JOHN C. LaFRENZ, - PROPRIETOR. A choir n mock of Beer, wine. Liquors nnd CIrum always tn hanl. A fair share of public at mge is re ?pt:rt fully hiiI icitftl. MMM M , JOHN SCHAFER, Proprietor Centennial Hall, Dealer Wines, Liquors, No. This plac Ilrt. beenretltled and refurnished and is Lniineh every momiiiii. FERDINAND GROSS' SAMPLE ROOM, In the room formerly occupied as a confectionery by Frank Main. taj-Tlie best of Beer, Wines, Liquors and Oisfsrs GEORGE PAHL'd Restaurant and Oyster Depot, Beefsteak, Oysters and Game in Season, At Lothar Harm's Place, comer First 1 Avenue and Bitlhtesnth M. ( GEO. W ALDMAN, Cutter, Grinder and O XJLEJtt x . Rarors, Shear tsort and Clipper ..,- 'iathe bet manner. No. 306 Harriot 3t., Davenport, Iowa. FURS! In imy nliai tlrfired- Sealskin Mantles. Fur Goods Repaired. Rl I'AHI.E for Fur Goods, All kin l nl I'ur Trim-nhip. Tlie FURRIER Street, Davenport. have marked our Summer Goods down to cofct in order to dear ourselves before Kali Hoods come in. PARK & ELUS, l 704 Second Avenue. COAL. - - '.- $7,75 per ton. ... 8,00 " " Screened and delivered. Ortlt 1 tnkin for thinl and Hort Wooil. C. 0. TKUKSDALE, At T. S. lim-in Oilirp. Business College, DUNCAN A HAWKS, Prnn'tr 99 Into a Palare eqnallni! In every respect ll.e lines the three c ties A nimihor of Kan ..perilled by leading features or I lie pluee. 'lite l,iiil nid ROCK ISLAND. re-f iiniirdied throinriioiit nnd if now open lo tin tind till 'totel tt nire i.pmtiL' il:ii-c. i n rlidlin IN Beer and Cigais, 1316 Third Avenue. Rock Island, Ills, now one of tne best KaUsms in the ell; '"" ' No- 3 19 Twentieth Street. constantly on hand Rock Island, 111. Dealer in all Kinds of Lots of People Say, HUNTS "OH MY KIDNEr5;' IVER' BACK." IJiEVPHrWij ..toi-ail-;,5- iiuivimtiiii JsLf'om Hero is Solid A 1 TESTIMONY Hard Work I tig Men. Machinist and Builder. "I have been troubled years with kidney and bladder difficulty. After using four 'bottlea of Hunt's Kidney and Liver It em but I have been completely cured." William C. Clark, Mason and Bulkier, Aiilmn., N. Y. "Health is better than wealth." ftlaculnbtt. Mr. riMircft KftTp. Machinist. 1158 Rid?e Ave. Phlladeliihia, l'a.. t-ays "My illst-uie nturu-d when 1 wuh quite it voimp liid by havitiy weak kidneys. 1 have nurd inst ti but lien of Hunt's Kidney and I.ivt'rl IiF,r.i-, nnd 1 uuieuiuly proclaim, 1 feel like a new miin.'" 'tlood counsel Iihb no price, obey It." - Mechanic. Mr. Henry Williams, Mechanic, Kaat Bridge port, C.inn., sayB! "About two months ago I caught a heavy cold, which settled In my kidneys. I got a bottle of Hunt's Kidney and Liver IiEMRDV and with the flrtd dose began to get well. "Light suppers makes long lives." Uailrond Man. Frank B. Lee, offlco N. Y. C. & TT, It. It. Little Falls, N.Y., JuneB, 1KS:1, says: '-.My father, yearn old, had pevero kidney and bladder disease for 0 year, urination cuuninif arnto p.un. 'ibe weakness was no great ho was obliged to wear a rubber hag. Twelve bottles of IItkt'b Kidney Kemedt cumplotelv enred him, and we consider it reuiaruaoie. h o cueeriuuy re coin menu iu "Deeds ore better than words." Hunt's fKidnev and Llverl ItKMEOT has stood the tent of time. It has been before the jmblic for twenty years, and has cured every year thousands of people PitiTeriut? from various diseases of tlie tt.iui.eyfi aim Liver, unn unmrea utnonters, wno nan failed to tret relief frjiil tloetorB and who exnected never to be cured, 'J'liinina)iiln of testimonial.! from mitli persons attest itn value. Hend for book. "Alls well that ends well." Sold by all druggists. Trice Si. 35. HUNT'S REMEDY CO., Providonce, R. I. C. N- CIltTTKNTQN, tii-neral Ajnl, N. Y THE GREAT Unfailing Specific FOIt liver mn CVUDTflUCi nine ir bud tafte in numlh ; Coated white tir I'uv- SJ I Hll I UlflWl lo ri d vi vu rur; piuii in hack, Mdew or jimitu- -nllen nnarhiken fur ttiieiiiiiiitii-ni ; Sons SyoMacii; l.nnsop Aim ktitk; s mietimes naunea tir waierbrai-b. or indigefliuii ; llaiuleticy niid neid entetaLions; bo eis alternalelv eostive and lax: UkadacHk: htss of memory, with a painf i aen niition of liaviii'' failed to In wniici him' uhiih (tnuht to have been dime; Dkhii.itv; low soiril; ft thick yki.i.ow apennineenf Hih f-kin and ees; adrv eoiitrh: fever; rei-ili-si-nem ; the urine i -eaiity iitttl hiiftilyiolored, an.i, if allowed to stand, del-.i H oi-tliiiieiit. Simmons Liver Regulator, PURELY VEGETABLE. An effect tin) epccillc for Miiliiiia, IV!leiisirt. Const, pill inn, iJiilioiism!H, Mek lltaiUcho, Jaundirp, Nausea, Colic, Mental Depression, liowel Complaints, tile, JC ti , Etc. ll t?iMieratly n-ed in the mi nth to arouse the Tor il Liver Ion hetulhv ictl It act wllliout di-lurbanee to 1 1n system, diet oeeunal on. t It i:u li l.ATf ft tiik l.tVKit. and iHcf the bile to ael ha Hie puvge. The excess 'bile being removed, ' ToNie KKKKiT ia pro iceil Mini h wit li i" iierferlly reHlored, Tile Pnanltni- is L'lveii with haFkty n ml I lie luiiiie-t rer-iht- In the most tielieale infant. For nn (iiscrtscH in wiiii ii a Laxative, Ai.tK'Mtivk or Fi'litiATiVK is neeiieit it will t'ive the tnot uerfen sansraetmn. Tho I'ietttnt, J'tinut ami He Hi tanitly M,,f-nif in tie- Unrhl. See that yon get l,e genuine, wlthihe red Z ii i unii in rainier, preiiai eu oiny y J. H. ZEILIN & CO., rde Proprietors, I'll 1 1. MK1. I'll I A, aug-rtleodwly Catarrh "v2-, Cleanses the head Allaya nllatnni:i tion. Ileitis sores. Kestores tbc ten ses of tftste, Ik ar in and Smell. A Quick TtiTlitf A men, j. em h, Vf-FEVER I'ositlve Cure Crf.nr.i Balm ha I an nviable reuutation othi rpreiiaratioiis. 'ieh lioitil relieves herevci Unown. tlisiilai i n.irl iele if anplied i nam at onee, i" nureeabl. ihi! I'ricc 5Uc. at urn bv nniil. Send for rirrular. Kl.Y Blit-iTIIKliS, Drugginis, Owego, N. Y. SOOTTjS ErjuLsiorj OF PURE GOD LIVER OIL sphites of Lime & Soda Almost as Palatable a9 Milk. The only rrmaration of OI I.IVFR OIL that ran bo taken readily and tolerated for ft lung time S HUM I.IKS AFKKt TIS. AN AKMIA, KX. KAL HKIill.lIY, tH;ilS AM) THROAT AK. KI 'I1QS, and all W si'(J DISOUHKHS Qp ('Hll.l)KKN it is manelloiM in U resnlts. I'reseribtHl and emlorsed lv tho hunt 1hvBlrfnna In the countries of tho world. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. liffZa WHEAT BSSCll DftlInrv DnmrlAr (SOLD MEDAL AT NEW ORLEANS.) e:miowd hy iho leading llotclw In if 4'onnir) Ipprnvoil by tlir Oiivriiinnt Clic- iiiittk tor ! Imlijtn 4 iiintiiiioii. .TI IITI U Ar.ltM.FISf 0"VS, Fstitblixltrj NEW YORK. PHOSACID. MATHEY CAYLUS' Used fnr over 2.T years wilh crvnt sueeewiby th physicians of Tdris, New York and London, aud superior to all others f i r the roni))t cure of tl ca-es, recent or of Ion r standintr. Put up onlv in Olasa Potties containing i'4 Capsules each. PRK 'E S.J t'ESTS. MAKING 1IIKM THE LHEAPKST CAPHUIXS IN TUB MAUKET. Irepared by CAPSULES : Sold cm; k cik. Every- hfr. WATK1NS & HILL, Dealers in Dry and Green Wood. Will al?o attend lo IlanlbtE; of all sind Office at- yardti. comer of Mh street on Moline avenue. Telephone No- 197; orders may ne eft at cither place oct-ttwlu FREE! RELIABLE SELF CURE A tavonte prcSLnlinii of one of the most noted and stii.Tenfiil iieciah-K in the lT. S. now reiimH for the nire of Xcrritiii BetollHr Lel ManbMd, WfHkfM and Iteear' SeiU ti pUm sealed envelope Free. Uruggists can till U. Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. A JEALOUS MURDER. A SICKENING TRAGEDV IN A CHICAGO TENEMENT. ?ainuel Smith Murder.) BU Wife nd Su oessrullj Kludea ArratAii Omaha Myatery Solved Blayor Bovt man's AmwiIo. Chicaixi, Nov. 34 Km ma Smith wai shot and killed by her husband, Samuel K Smith, at their residence, iild aat Monroe street, Saturday night, tut the murder wat not discovered until Sunday rooralnf, when Mrs. UeLong, the landlady of Uie house, went into thb room and found the body ot Mr'. Smith lying on tbe floor. Mr. Smith and his wife weut out on Sat urday evening to buy provisions for Sunday returning about 0 o'clock. About 8 o'clock the explosion of a gun 8 la riled every one in tbe house, and Mrs. De Ling, tbe landlady, went out into the bull to roe what wad tii matter. Being as Biired by Smith that all was right, he re turned and informed her huabaud. A few minute i lutor Mr. DLng went to the Smith apartment to atortain if any fur niture hat been injured, and he ahuwaf told bj Smith that it was allrljut. Half an hour latr Suiitli wat heard to leuve the houie. About totd o'clock Sun day morning Mrs. DeLong rapped on the d(xjrof the room, and, receiving uo answer, unlocked the dour and walked in. On th (lor lay the dead I ody of Kmma Smith, with a napkin and a pilluw over her face, A shawl covered her bjjy. The top of her bead bad been blown open, and ber right hand was blown to pieces. Her head lay in a clot of brain and blood. The supper table and dishes were 8 pat tared with blood. On the sofa lay a double-barreled tihoOgUu holding two No. 10 brass sUoJIh, una of which wan empty and the other heavily loadod. There were evi dences that Smith hud washed tbe blood from his hands before he left tbe housa A number of letters were discovered in the woman's trunk sigued J. U. S. Bick ford, two which are aa follows: Ciucauo. UK. Auir. 14.M1U Smith Dkah Slit: The rtvrtl-hip between u-i is over, and 1 fool it justice to you to write you a row parting woiM-, We have botn been wronged au I sulterei. 1 can uot uter into an explanatloii now. but I mink you know tunt Kmma was my betr dhDd wi to befure abe met au 1 married you, white ntdl enajd tome. I was tueu led to Diieve time you enticed nor from home nnd compelled tier to marry you. i louowei you uru. ivii mioukuui oi re veiiife in my heart towards you 1 procured entruuee into your wile's rojiu and proposed to ber to liy with me. It was ttien she told me tuai i uau ueiiri iuio y; tnac sne came with you gladly and williugly because she oved you vvuu uer wuiio iiuoi'taiid soul and would go to tho end of the world with you I became enrayud and told her 1 would shoot yiiu, when she fainted, 1 took her in my arm and laid her on tlie Led, and Hod forgive met I unbuttoned bur die s, kU-ed her bronit, placed my re volver at li.-r Imart, when one word H:ttnmy escaped her lips and arreste i my bund, i waited until aue beean to recover nnd then I loft her. I would bate died be- i would injure bor by one impure thought. Mover let her know about that act It would grieve her so muob. You know tbe rent, for she told me that she told you every time we met, and about the tim in tlie prk when : he feitso grieved ami lai I nor uead on uiv breast and sob bo J out Uer troubles to ms. I ; pette 1 an 1 oarus-ed her an 1 proposed that j we not married, when childishly she told me she woutd not, tlmt Hlie did uot love me half ns much aa aha did H iintny, if be was un kind to her sometime-. Mr. Smith, this is mv confession. N jw vou Itavd her all to yourself the girl that lin played havoo with two true hoart-r for anoth-tr diad r her. liove heri ii kind lo lierl You are all she has: and never hhv sucti or not, taunting tiling ti her again whilo you Hva, You do not know how itgrievl her. Forgive this liberty and think as kindly of me as you ran. I bear no re-tentm nt toward you. Yours, J. S. H. Uickfordu Don't let Emma see this letter. Cuicaoo. Dahlinu: You have sent me from you for the titt time. Our eyes shall never behold eucti othor's face. I am on my dying couch. When this letter reaches you my spirit will be in the better land, where love and sorrow nre unknowu. I am dis tracted. There wjoiih to be an eternal fire consuming my very heart. I try to light it down, but In vain. You have raised my heart with false hopo to cast it blighted to tbe ground. You trilled with my heart when you were but a child you tritle with it now you are a woman, and you tell me in the end that you nate me, tuut you wouiti uie do tore you would be my wfe. Ot Emma, I felt my brain reel when I knew at last ttiat you were lost to me forever. lo notgriuve forme, my lost love. I shall be better. I.ivo for your husband and make his future life happier thau his past has been, tie is wormy oi you. xou win nnd on closed a lock of my hair. Perhaps you will like to keep it to remember me by sometime!). It is not a sin now. I am look ing at your sweet, pretty face at this momont My last request will be that it re mains in the place whore it has laid so long. God bless you. J. R H. UlCKHoitn. Who Uiekford Is tho police are not able to say. But that he is the first lover of Mrs. Smith seemi probable, and that hU presence in tbe city seem to have led tu unhapptness and quarreling between Smith and his wife. An Omaha Mystery Cleared Up, Omaha, Nob., Nov. 21. On Nov. 4. 1881, Col. W. 11. Smith, clork of the United Stite3 court at this city, wag murders 1 a-! he was leaving his oilice over the post' of lice. Tbe murderer succeeded in escaping arrest at the tim and a mystery has sur rounded the cae ever since. A few days njo donu rieis m, wno is serving b term in the penitentiary for robbery, confe-sel to his colt-mate of having a knowledge of tho Smith murder. Later a full c.infosdon was m:ilo to tbe wordeu of the ponitontiary tin 1 there is now a fair pro.pcctof Col. Smith's murderer beinj t rou iht to jnstica. Toe convict attribute the dree t cause of Mr. Smith's death to hi-i vigorous opposition to tbe saloon men in Omaha. - Mayor Ilowman's Asaatain. St. Louis, Nov. 21 One of tbo theories to explain the ns ns-ination of ox-Mayor Bowman, of Ei t St. Lmi", maket Charles Clark, alia Alike Colmin, a notiri ou; burglar, tlie murderer. Clark was tha b'jrlar whom a coiplo of KistSs. Ltuis p dioeiHieii got to cr:u-k the safe of the city c ni'tc-il chamtter in Kist St. LouK He was irreHte.1, an 1 turnel tile's evidence, and got oiT, the pjltcoiuen bemg sent to the penitentiary. ltisclaimel Bowman prom ised to help lii m financially if he turned state's evideuce, and that after the trial Bowman failel to keep his word, and that Clark then swoe be would kill hiau F7SS Failure In TCUcansln. TW Plymouth. Wis.. Niv. iM.-Ott Puhl mann, a prominent miller an t era in dealer, has failed. Liabilities, $3i,o0o: assets, A0,00ii. Illinois Veterinarian. Sl-RIXOKIKLD, III-, Nov. y-l. Dr. N. IL Pan re u was r ppointel atate veterinarian Monday by G tvernor tjglhy. CATABBH. Ia a very prevalent and exceedingly iiis:crec ililc (Iisc4?. Itiiltle, if nctjliicied, to devoto p into ftenons comuinitiiD. Beiut? a contttitulinnnl d if ease, it mini res i constitutional remedy like Hood s Sar apHrtiiii, which noting through the iiiood, reaches cverv part of the system, effect ing a r idiral and permanent cure of eats arrh in tvn its most severe forms. Pre pared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. An experienced arctic explorer says that any fun her attempts to reach high northern latitudes must lie made by way f r ranz Josef lnd. Bnoblen's Arnica Salve. The if rt a test medical wonder of the world Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises, cutfi, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, can -cere, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chap ped bands, andall stun eruptions, guaran Uei to cure in every instance, or money refunded. 25 cents per box For sale by Hartz & Rahnsen HBVEB GIVE CP. If vou are suffering witb low and de pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordert-d blood, weak con stitution, headache, or any disease of a bilious nature, by all means procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to see the rapid improvement that will follow; you will be inspired with new life; strength and activity will return; pain and misery will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Bold at fifty cents a uoltlebv Uartz & BaUnsen. A novelty in meu's watches is of Louis XIV. design with a gold dial and blue enameled figures. A CABD. To nil who aresuQering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHAUUK. This great remedy a discovered tiy a missionary in South America. Send a self addressed envelope to tlie Khv. .1 i mi: rn T. Inman, Statiou D 5Jcw YorkCitv. The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charm er that almost cheat, the looking-glass. BETTER THAU A GOLDEN LEO. " "Miss Kil.iiau.-JoMr :tud her golden leg." will never lo i i;itten so long as I ho genius of Tiioinus ILoyd, with all his .cntlc humor :tnd tender pathos, is re membered, hut it i.t (ioiihitiil if any one will ever envy the heroine of that poem her unique limb, whkh brought with it m many miid'ot-ttines. In this prosaic age a ood Btion;; leg oi Ue.sh, hone and rmisde, is miieh to l-o preferred whether its pOBsoynnr bo a professional pedestrian, or a solid unassuming citizen. it is to this last vlxn that Mr. M. P. Sehroek, td'o72 Wcat Lake tdrcct, Chicago, belongs. Mr. Sehiock ia a well-known dry j.',ooils iin'reliiint, uhd counts hi nisei t liirtuitale in Jiuviug a pair ol' good strong legs. For one of hU log.s he bus a peculiar regard, as hi) came near losing it through rheumatism. Atlilo phorus saved it for him however, and fnr that invaluable remedy he now cherishes an almost equal regard. Tho story is well told by Mr. Schrock in his onn words : "During the Spring of 18S4 I iv.-h: stricken with rheumatism in its very worst form, and wua confined to my Ix-d entirely helpless for , about four weeks. My leg pained me so intensely that I could not let it rest on tho bed without some support. So I had a pulley ut-1 tached from the ceiling and to that u sling was f astened. I could rest my 1 in this, changing the height, and in thai manner I managed to obtain some little relief. During the four weeks I lay in bed I tried many remedies without avail. Finally 1 made a change and employed physicians. They tried their very best to give mo relief, but could not. Instead of getting better, 1 was growing worse. My doctor finally decided that it would be necessary to muko an incision in my thigh, and if there was not a marked im provement in my condition from that operation that amputation of my leg would be required. This, ns you may Well imagine, discouraged and disheart ened me beyond measure. About this time my wifo noticed in a Kichmond tind.) paper, for which we sultscnbc, the name of a personal friend who hail been cured by tho use of Athlophoroa. She called my attention to it, and I said at once, 'Get t bottle and try it.' She bought a bottle, the doctor was discharg ed and we began using it immediately. I experienced great relief in the first few doses. In ;two days after I began with the medicine, I was in my storo :it tending lo my business, and I have not been ioubled with rheumatism since." "How much Atlilojihoros did you use for this remarkable cure, Mr. Schroek?" "About one and a third bottles. The remaining two-thirds of a liottla is still unused at my house." " Don't you think it was n very quick cure fop so bail a case 't " w as asked. "I certainly think it not only quick," answered Mr. Schroek, " but wonderful, and I feel that 1 cannot say too much for Athlophoros. I never let an oppor tunity pass when 1 cim recommend it, as it surely did everything for me." Mr. Schroek is now in tho best of health, and considers himself a living example of what Atldephoros cau do for those whom rheumatism lias brought even to death's door. If you cannot (jet ATTTtornorofi of your drttj: pist, wc will send It express (mid. on receipt of reiptlar price nno dollar perl-ottlc. Wo prefer that you buy it tiom yonr dni ';i- t, but if he liasn t It, do ml bo persuaded t. try something i-tse, but order at cneo (rota us i:s diivctt'd ArULol'iioaoa (V., 111! Wall :.!tteet. New York. MCLARKE n reel until, curi ED I Jts-A wrltfon suarniitee of rare eiven In ' vrv case undertaken. rt"A It eoriBiilUiltonB S-'rv ani; Kawd. Dr. Ounce's C'ctiflirtiti il bouit ajul WrtlluLEti (In plain eiivclopoa) two torn pit . V. D.CLAUKK, II.. ISO So, ILAIIKST. HIM .'JO- i., nt COUGHS, CROUP AND CONSUMPTIONS - sweet cum MULLEIN. The m-mwt irnm . MM nthrnd from iima of thn same name, prowlng along tbe tmall st reams In the H.Dtbem Statra, contains a stimulating expecto rant prtnnpio mu loottens uie pnicvm pnniunna the early morning ennnh, Hmt sttmututes the tlilld to throw off tbe fule niemhrane In cruop aird wnooplnH'crtiiiTh. Whon cwniblneU with the heal- mUCIIaatnnMU JJriHVIimj til Mia IUUIICIII (.mill. thn old fl, DretwnM In TAYLOR'S CncitOKEB REM EOT OP HWECT (t.'kl A Nit MCI-LSIX Uie Hneflt knon remedy furCougbs, Crtmp. Whcwpiag-couili pleased to uxe ft. Ak yonr dnyurtat for ft. Price. U.nd X Walter A.Trr, AtlMtav, Va, mi RAILROAD TIME TABLE. i llU AfiO. lilK'K ISLAND k PACIFIC TimsTabi.B JCMK 1, 18S4. TU 4kD riiaa ORtCAttO. Kt -i KTpruvr anil Mail ? Si s. m. J'ornicn Kiprua? (: fi a. in. Niyht iSxtiresa .10:00 p.m. Limited Kxprt-na 11:15 p. tn. ttTIM, 6:56 p. m 5:U5 p. m tttia a. tn. S:iua. di. TO AND FROM KANSAS CITT. : Kxi'reef 6:20 a. IB. :55 p. m. Sitcht lisprec ?:UU p.m. S.OJa. m. T1 ANI PttOM eoCNCIL BLDTF. tvii Pitpro T:00p.m. T:55a.mf Limited is'rtf 4 twi a. m. H :iu p. m. TO AMD VnoM MINNESOTA. A lberl Lea Expri-es, fi:40p.m. Sa&s.tr. to and rnoM ns xoinem. Bxprecti 8 SJ a. m. 6 (M p. m. Depot, Moline Avenue. A. KIMBALL, E. ST. JOHN, Genera! Snp't. Gen. Ticket A Pa. Ag't J. F. COtlK, Afuil. HiH-k Ulaotl. ( HK AfiO, lIl lillTON k QI INIY. T.VAVK. AHRIVB. 8i.Lonl RxprefP 6:R0 A. m. :W a. Sterling I'aHf.'tint'r.. 7:10 A, H. 7:a!r. . SierliiiL' Acminmoilalion.il :!) A. m. 3:45 p. h St. IMtif Kant Kt 8:i r. M. I'M v m. DeuvtT it Kan. City Kx.. . .4 :!io v. u, 10:l.r) a. m. II. D. MAl K, Apetit. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. BOCK If LAN O TI.A i N. U'hvl'h H:l5am Arrive ti:4iipm " 11 :ir p in " ti uoa in ft.AArrnm. 9 :lNl . m ,l ,. 9:&rin Kt.A Accimi J:Jttam ::titpm b'lV'g Dtilcli'nO :45 a in H:i 6 p ui b:. 1. f . HOLM KS, Am iit. CO K ISLAM) k PK0KIA KAILWAV. Depot Twentietii street, (811 OBTEST KOCH TO THE CAST AND WEtiT) LEAVE. AllKIVB. Pant Exprt'M HA'i A.M. 5:i'.p, M. Mail ami Kx J :4f) p. m. ia;:5e. m. rcoHitnotiatiou,.. 7 ;I5 P. M. d:0 l a, w. Way Freight 0:UHA.M. 4aWr. v. L A 1. E I1HANC1I. LKAVK AKRIVK. Accommodation :Hu a m 8:10a. m Mat) U:,n a. m. 11:15 a. h AixouiiiKidutlou l'.:4r v. M. ;i:ti v. m ' 4 :li0 p. u. 5. 30 v. H P. OnENAWALT, Agent. DCK ISLANDS): FEOBId KAILWAY. BHOKTKST BOUTR TO TUB EAST AND SOUTH Trains leave Hock Island 4.00 a. m. Way KrelKht. H. 45 " Kaat Kxprexii. I. 4H p. m. Mail and lixprofH C.f0 " Ttiroiiwh FrviKhtaml Accommodation Trail ib arrive ut. Hock Iflatid : 2. SO a. tn. Tliroiitfli Freight auil Accouunodation ia.4R p. m. Mail and Exprc&tJ. ft.10 " Kant KxprunK. 4.00 lt Way KruiKht. The Fast kxi iiksm, Icavint; Hot Island at S.3U . m. arrives at rVoria PJ.'JO p. m., at Sprinnli' Ui t.'."! p. in., at Decatur 4.U(jp. m., .Jaclicoiu iliu 7.Ui p. in., Alton 7.VO p.m., St huuic p. m.. nnd Terre Haiile ll.frp, m TllK Samr Hay. Making this tlie liKsT and Quickest route to ali pnints soutlicaft. The 1. St) p.m. train mabea clone connection at Oalva wilh (.', H. . fnr (Hiintn went; arriving al liah'fhurf! at 4.V& p. in., at Itiirliiitfton tj.40 p. ui.. in Kenkiik 11).-) p. in., and at Ouim-y 10 m p. in. Arriving at 1'ooria al 6.31) p. in., nmkiin; rlnw, ConiiectiiMiH with the 1. li. & W. and T. I. & W. for Indianapolio, connecting there with all iasi trains for lllu east and unuth. perPAST TIMK SL'ltlfi CONNECTIONS, and rates at low at hy any other route. K. IT. CABLE, It. v. SrUL KlIOl Sli, Gen'lHnpt. Gen'l 1l:t. At. Tho 6 50 p. m. Accommodation leaves evory day except Riinduv. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE OHO gT. PAUL. RAILWAY COMPANY. It owns and one rated nearly n.nnn milex or ilr- outlhly eqaipiied road In lllilioia, WlncoiiHin, Iowa winueaoia auu iaaoia. It is the Short Line and Best Route be tween all principal points in the North west and Far Wcat. For niapH, time tablep, rates of pasape and freiuht, etc., apply to the neHreM c tat ion agent f the t'liicano, MiUvmikec A- St. I'anl haihvaj or iauy railroad agent anvvvliere in tlie Un tei' States or Canada. R. MILLER, A. V. II. CARJ'ENTK H. Geimral Manager, (leu. Pasa. A Tkt Ac. J. V. TUl'KRR, GEO. 11. IIEAFFOI!!). Acs't Gen1! Manager. Afa'tGen. Pa fa. Agt MlI.WAirilKB, WlbCONPIN. t,fKor nntirea in reference to Pperinl Excnr lionf, ehatiges of time, and other ftenia of inten-at n cotiiiection u ith tlut hleHio. Mihviinkee & St. Pun) Kailway, pleace refer lo the local columns of paper. Tho Line selected bv the i'.. Gov to carry the Fast Wati The Only Throyyti Ltno. with ill own ttack, botween CHICAGO, PEORIA or ST. I.OliiS AND DENVER Either by wiy of Oshi, Pacific Junciinn, 'ch'-on ot ranufc cny, n travaikbs &ii oi tns tUi pat s;aiei, ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, KANSAS, COLORADO Wilh branch tmei to their irr.onn.nt cities ad towrn. It run. ...rjr Jay in the jre.r trrun on. til thi.o olegantiy (.quipp.J through tram, ov.r ita own ti.i.ka b.tw.on Chicago and Denver, Cl-iicago and Omaha, Chicago and Council Bluff's, Chicago and St. Joseph, Chicago and Atchison. Chicago and Kansas City, Chicago and Topeka, Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago and Dubuque, Chicaeo and Sioux City. Peoria and Council Bluffs, Peoria and Kansas City, Peoria and St. Louis, St. Louis and Omaha, St. Louis and St. Paul. St. Louis and Rock Island, St. Louis and Chicago, Kansas City and Denver, Kansas City and St. Paul, Kansas City and Omaha, Kansas City and Burlington. Oir.ct Connection mad. at oach ot r!. Junct.on pa. nr. with Through Tram, to tntt trom point, located on its branch... At each of ita aovfral Eaat.rn and W?etorn termini it Conn. eta in Grand Union D.pnts with Through Tra.na to and trnm all pointa tn the United Stale, and Canada. It ia tr. Pnncipal Line to San Francisco, Portland and City of Jsiico Fnr Ticfcrjtt, Rata. Gcnvnl Intotmation. Ate. neardirl Th BufHngton Routs, call on any Ticket A.nt tn th itM dutt-i or uaui. or Uflrau HENRY B. 3T0NE, PERCEVAL 1(1 WELL, CHICAGO. O. E. MILES Eflgrayer on Wooil. EXECUTEJ CUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &o. Also Electrotype Plates fumi.hed tn arij nnntbei. Office and Heaidprire K.r of fhrl.ttan Cb.DitL Brad; atr..., batwaeo 4tb and 51 i. Ea?ewk. I IDAVENPORT IA a-I- MHB CAN BE CUREO WITHOUT THEUfiEOF OPIUM OR MORPHINE! ,c .VirfiWif Britf, publLsheii nt St. Lotii, Fays u Ums to the ue of opium or morphine, lhm 'c uae of those aruRS urthe relief ol Neural It Is irratifvinir Ui observe that turn, dan- bv the specitic -roua couaequenccs may ue averted oy it ... of Toko a line, which la almost a ispecit 1 mo acme lonu oi iseunnia. FOR SALE BY ALL UHIU.ULST8. A. A.MELUER, 8oto Proi.netor. HH DAVENPORT BOILER WORKS. GRTJPE &. MURRAY, Proprietors. Mannfartorerit of all hlinle of P.oi ern. I. ard atd Water Timk. Heater. Lard Coolers, Smoke Stark is Breei hint.', Iron Shut ten Vnnit lKHri m U Iron mk for Jail-. I'm I icular attcution given to rt'iiairlng, UrderM hy Mail or Teh mph promptly aitemtcd lo. Telt pliDiir N. &t. 317 E. SECOND 8T . near (lovenniu iit hrhltw, DAVENPORT, IOWA. THE MOLITJi: WAGOi. The Moline Wagon Comp'y IVCC3 ILm I KT JRJ.'X-SUXj IRT IS Manufacturers ot Farm, Spring aud Frohr. Wagons, A full ami con)tlcti; line of Platki-iim timl oilier Si'itiNo Waijonh, esiwchtJIy adaptci tu tlitr Wcs'cm Trmio, of an jn-ritir woikninttsKip ami linish. lSf"I!Ii!i?t rated I'rir.t- List free on :ippjie :l ion. See the Mi-line Waoti t'efoie purclmninK olht-rr-. thos. -w. c&.ttzr, P'a.inter and CSrX-lrox- Ii p"ci;re to do all kinds o work In Plain and DectnativH Puuir I:nf.',iii and KalHoniining. - A oti. iilete SMifli of Wall Paper, Curttiiu Kixlitvcw, Cornice INN r uliI Jt.iom jMuiiMingii. Mixctl Pninls ahvi-y-s hii lininl. ary"Alf(i a full line of Art tiooii and Arliets' M;itiri(ils LeHHinis i iven in Painting and French KmbroLiicry Work. Hiiilmiiiiery ilV.-. ( '-.nl- and Futiry (Joods wliit Ji are sohi at. tiuoo lit; ure- ; n 1 1 and t ct't price of work. lHili Hccond Avenue, UOCK ISLAND, ILL. DR. FOSGATE, S09 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa, !?0 j enrs practice, makes all private diseases a specialty, such as Sipu'l's, (ionorrlma, Gleet, Stricture, Impoteney, Hpermalorrluva, all miliary troubles and mercurial affections of the throat, skin and Ixmes. Cancers, Tumors, Piles, Catarrh and all chronic diseases treat ed successfully. Consultation and correspondence free. OS'-All U'tU'rn promptly luirm'rrrjd Martin, Woods 8z Co., 117 East Second Street, Wholesale Fruits, Nuts, Etc. (Mminlatdnu and Stonific. A Ken Is for the CVlebnded II. P. Stanley's Sons "first ..alily" Micliian and N. Y. Apples. Special attention given to (,'ar Load ordera. Telephone 144. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealct in Mens' 1m ne Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. WHO IS UNACQUAIMTCO VITH THE SEfc BY b KArV'tNIMu ! iirkn wiN iStv 1 3 0 9 N sT tff.) E; J ' aW O-A CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND &, PACIFIC RAILWAY By reuson of Its central position and rloiso relation to till principal Unco Faatand Wortt, ut initial an. I tHrrninal pointa, conntlutLeM Mm iao.,t inmortnnt inid-uonti-nenta.1 link; in tUf.it syMtm or through tmrirtportntiori which lnvitoa and faclli tatoa travolima tr.nitic totwoon citioa of tlio Atlantic mnl Pacific C'oaetR. It la nlso tho tavorito und be-it route to unit from pointn Enet, Northeuut and Bouihoast, nnd correspond in,r points Weu, Northrw;t and South v. em. Tie Kor.Ic Island eyatam lncludos in its mnln lino and brnnchea, Chicago, Joliot. Otta-wa, La 8a 11 3, Peoria, Oeneseo, Moiino nnd Roclc Island, in ILUnota; Davenport, Muicatliie, VaHhinton, Fairfield, Oitnmwa, OekalooBa, West Liboi-tv, Iowa City, Den Moinw Indianola, WinterHet, Atlantic, Knoxville, Audubon, Harlan. Guthrie Centre and Council Bluffs, in Iowa; OaJiatin Trent on, Cameron anl Kansas City, in Mieouri; Leavenworth end Atchtfon in K-msw: Albert Lea, Mlnnoapolia end St pnul. in AliHntBota; Watertown la Dakota, and hundreds ol intermediate citien. toA-ns, vilJat,'OB and Biations. THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Gurirantea Its patrons that wmae of pfrponal eecurlty afforded by ft solid thoroughly b tlluH,ed rond-bod; amcot-1 track-- ot coutinuoua Bteel rail; sub btontl ally built culyerw and bridges; rollmif stock aa near perfection aa human stall can raalce it, the eafety appliances of patent bufloia. plctlorma and air-bratea: and that exacting discipline which governs tho practical operation of all Ita trains. Othor spocialue ot thla route are Transfers at ail connecting jpoints in Union Dspota, and the uneurpaeeed comlorta and luxuries of its Passontyar Equipment. Tho Foat Exproaa Trains between Chicago and the MtPBOurl River are com posed of well vonrilatod, finely uoholatered Day Coaches, Magnificent Pullman Palace BleeporB of the latent desitm, and aurnptuoua Dlninp Care, in which elaborately cooked meal 3 are leisurely eaten, "(?ood Dleeatlon waitint? on Appetite, and Health on both.' Between Chicago and Kansas City and Atchison, ore also run tne Celeorated Keclintng Chair Cars. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE lathe direct and favorite line between Chicago and Minneapolis and St Paul, where connections ara raadi In Union Depots for all points in the Territories and British Provinces. Over thia route. Fast Express Trains are run to the watering placea. summer resorts, picturesque localities, and hunting and fish ing fjrounda of Iowa and Minnesota. It is also the moat desirable route to the rich wheat fields and pastor.al lands of interior Dakota. Still another DIRECT LINE, via Seneca nnd Kankakee, has been opened between Newport News. Richmond. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, and Lafayette end Council Bluffs. Kansas City, Minneapolis and St. Pnul and intermediate points. For detailed Information see Maps and Folders, obtainable, as well as Tickets, at all principal Ticket Offices In the United Btatea and Canada; or R. R. CABLE. PruM... it' fienertl Naa4, Chrcago. "Usad Tnniratn(taatMMof NeortJjri of IS or U man (in iK, wmou oaa ivsutMl 1 trvtiatiat. " I K. L KOWB, M p., Uirrl. u L"11"8 .waltoa fair trid In Hof. j due U1: that dwwuw." J. P. His 1 BnhWo LLK ritlOR ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE and lit WASHINGTON AVKNUB, HT. LOUIS Davkni'okt, Ia. CEOCRAPHV OF THI8 COUNTRY, WILL THIS IY!AP, THAT THE E. 8T. JOHN, OanmU TickM and Fitmg Aal, CMca;.