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ADOLPH FRISIUS, IMPORTER AND JOBIIEK OF , ooks, Stationery, Toys - AND Musical Instruments. Largest assortment in the State of Artist Mut. rials nn.1 Pirture Frames. No. 316 West Second St., bet. Harrison and Ripley Sts., Davenport, Iowa. FURS! at the lowe-t prlfi-H, Sealskin Cloaks, GOODS Made to orde TUB OLD Headquarters for Fur Goods, Evercll.tntf in .ho Fur llm- in S ,k . All kl.. 1. ut Fur Trimmhi T. RLOHTER, Tlie FURBIBE 823 Wont Second Street, Davonport. PARK & ISTCouu' nntl ?ei iif. HARD Best Quality Eppr and Grate, Range, Nut, and No. 4, - All the Best Quality, Eslin Cnitap- on nil oritur lr ) n Ion. Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowles' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors, Wrinwht. t'not .mil I.i-.ul Pipe. Pirn, Fltlliizaml lira (lo..il of every il,'.-,i-ii.l.l.l. : Iluliner llor and Hunting ur till lili.ilf ; I.raliiTlli- ami Si-wt-r Pipi-. Olllce nml Bhop V.ll i Third Ave., HOCK ISLAND. ILL . LAND AND LOAN OFFICE. MEDILL & WHITEHEAD, IN.STOPKICBBU.CK, HOCKISLAN... II.... I.iind for sule on Six to Twenty Years. lime. fW 250.000 00 TO LOAN in 111.11..1..IS In gull nn Farm ;m;.ierty. (IS to ' per con.. At the Davenport f HOOK KKKPIMI, g lUl'IH Oau iu atios. 3 t'OMMEItfJAl. 1'AW. S l'lI.iNOOIlAl'll V, 2 TYl'K WlilTIN", I TELttltUM'IIV. THE "TIYOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Srcomd Avenite, T- Opp. Harper House. f- I'he -T.vm ." Iia lau-ty 1 trai,r.:rm.-.l Into .. Palac- .qnallnf in every ro.pecl III.' jllieij , m"t An elet-anl lunch m-rvi-il every i.iorl.miz. All kin.la o t-uuilwn lies iterveii on sliort. maien. JOE HUBBE'S CENTER STATION! No. 3100 Moline Avenue, Rock Island, 111. Fine Stock of Wines, Beer, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. Alwnyn on li.'ilid rAYLOR r Cor. Fourth Avenue J'lninifior. disrate tts&szss 33XOH A-NG'E HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. SALOON And MILLIARD HALL Helir ll.c ('. U I. P- IVp.it, Mnlinc Ave., Kork Islnnd, III. Imixjlted anil B,e.tlr H -er ,unl Wine, Fine Ubmt, an.l Cigirsal v.y. .... Hanil. MTHE CENTRAL. NO. 17 17 SECOND AVENUE, JOHN C. LaFRENZ, - PROPRIETOR. A rh, i.( ,,t Deer, wine., I,iiii..rs mil t'i-ars al.iy on Haul. A fair .Hare t,t public )ial JOHN SCHAFER, Proi'rif.tor Centennial Hall, Dkalkr in Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. Third Avenue. Itoek Island, His. T! elae !hn h,-.-,ir.:i.il.-.l an-1 -,ro!.Vd ami t now one ot In- l-t Salimna in the cily frl.tinch evi-rv m-irnii. !. . FERDINAND GROSS' SAMPLE ROOM, lntlieroomr..nn.rlyoeeni.ie.la.a . q. 1Q Twentieth Street. Coiifeclnnivry hy Iraiik Mat!.. .1 J WT- rile best of U.-cr. Wines, Liquors anil I .airs conilliillv on lianil. GEOHGE 3?A.H.L'S Restaurant and Oyster Depot. Bkkkstkvk, Oysters ano Game in Season, AtIj'lhir ll.inr Tlaee. c-.mi-r F.rt Rfck Island, 111. " Avenue an.l Ktnlile.-nlli SI , GEO. WALKMAN, Cutter, Grinder and Dealer in all Kinds of O TJTLERY. I Raaors, Shear a.ors ant Clippers sharpened In tlw best manner. , No. 308 Harrison 3t., Davenport, Iowa. - FURS! fti any kIiimih lUfin-il. Sealskin Mantles. Fur Goods Kepftired. liKI.f Alil.K ISLLIS, Now is the time to secure bargains. We have niaiked our Summer Goods down to ooet in order to clear ourselves before Fall Goods route in. PAUK & ELMS, l 704 Second Avenue. GOAL. - - - 7,?a er ton. - Screened and delivered. Onli - rn Inkun tin- lliinl mill Kurt Woo.l. 0. C. T KUKSDATR, Al U. S.iCsinissCo V ciilli o. Business College, HOUSfi and Sixteenth street, ROCK ISLAND. x'rn. - ,V.. The Mirror Is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charm er that almost cheats the looking-glass. "FURNACES" For Heatins? Public or Priyato Buildings. NEW GOODS f GREAT IMPROVEMENTS! Furnaces for all Fuels. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. SlND FOR CATALOGUE. RICHARDSON & BOYNTQN CO., CHICACO. For 8alo l.y JOHN T. NOFTSKEK. may '33-iltaw-tnt ;MMU?JS 1 Ytfti5iiAiiiJ'i'ANL't AIn,1o nnlT tlitt flnrt Rnil l,pntqnnl tly ul'tila.sa for witliHl.iuiliiiK beut. Every good thinsf ia Countor feitert, and consumers aro CAU TIONED against IMITATIONS of these Chimnoya nmtlo of VERY POOTTOLiASS. Boe that the exact 'abel is on each chimney as above. The Poarl Top is always clear and bright Glass. Itlui.iifiteJisrrli OWI.V by GEO. A. MACBETH & CO. 11 ttHbtirfcli Lend Uinnn Works. FOR SALE BY DEALERS. ClcHiisi'8 the head Iiillainmn- tion . H(.;als sores. HtYFtVtKfi V-.htr3 st's or taste, hfiir- lie) iff A ? W-FEVER I'oHlive rurc. Crfti.T.i Batrn lia" I'atm-tt nn 'Hia1I' ivuiittitiun wht'Ti'Vi'i know ii.tlisnliii iiiL'iill otlt rprrpn rut icn A pr;iili if iipplit-tl int.i cik-i im-lil ri lifvt'H pain al -v., U -tw v:UW. (t u i- Vr'wo. Twt ;it ilriiKLii-l. "f tiv ni:iil. Semi Tor ii-i'ul:ir. ELY Itiai'l'IIKl.-S, Dru'islx, Owi'ip), N. V . 3 ONI.V. A inr.-,ltrnnnrnt Cure fi r P-1 Mwlir-J, I'rbil.U, N,rvi.uMwt, Wtttkn.w. ,Flrr- V.UIV. Mi.DILV.L CO.. Jll't'tALlI. N.I wTEt WHEAT Baking Powder. (GOLD MEDAL AT NEW ORLEANS.) i:iHlrifil by tUv IcatliiifC IIuIvIm In I lit- iMiiitr) . A iirov'l ly tUr iovrnmiit C'lie HtiflM lor tlie liitlinii oiiiiiiiiitiioii 7I1ITI KAI.!II IJ :is ii's sons, NEW YOHK. PHOSACID. "CANDEE" AEOTICS vrrn DOUBLE THICK BALL. TwoYears TEST.. The "CiTO.K " ItnBKEn Co. clve a bLlter riub ber than enn be obiaiped clsewliere for Iho awnie moneT, wilh their (Treat tmprovemer.t of the DOl KI.K Tltlrii ItAI.U Tlie extr tliirknew ol robber right under the tread, gives DOIHLK W Ask to see the "fAMDEE" DonWo Thirk Bill A Common Sense Idea. PARK Sc. EIXIS. Kock Island, II June 15-eodom ' J h t'l o eg h WIS 1 l Pat. Oot 30 th, 1883. W i tit 1M THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, ST. LOUIS REVIVAL flEV. SAM JONES PLEASED WITH HIS LATEST ENGAGEMENT. People Urcet to Prav Until They Ilreak Down Many Autmluff Illatra iun Chrlntlau Coiupareil with the Hone. St. Jjoms. Njv. 25. Tlie Cntenary lUetlitxIi t Kpi-fopal cburcb wai well filteJ wiien tbo Hjv. Siui Jonas bean hi third (TV tee. Mnuy of his illustrationa were re ceived with uproarious laughter, which con trasted utrotiglv witli tiie mrroundiugi After tdngmj: "Keep Me Noaror," "Just as I Am," and "Can I Yet Dlayl Mr. Jonea annuuncwl hU text a : "Commit your wayi unto the Lord an t trutt in liiiu." lie bugau by saying it would bs a good thing to take up some promise in the morn in an I cnidcr it moid thoroughly in the evening, lie spoke of the improvement in the . tilth and the disnpiioarance of the dptuijohn Methi disui. 11 declared that tl.L'1-e iii gttiiis to to a moral cyclone in tins city, as all the conditions point that way. He ured nil the church peopl to do mora work to help along ttie revival. H i tol 1 them nil to quit Ucin at' rail of hiiii ciiltd a f xI, but to go in and do something. The lmt thing fur every mnu to Jo was tit down end pray until ho broke down, ami tha L)rl would carry him thr ugh. Tbore wa- no 4 to titer sin than to ask God to help you believe the Bible. lijiieve it Imjcuu tioJ novel lL's 1 "My dortrino," saiJ lie, is "trtko Goil at 1I;8 word." A Chris tian should he like a horse committed hy a livery-man to bin patron. JI should ubay ilodU hand on th roiiif. Koine people ol j.'ctto Ijoiiiff clnsjd with the horses, but they are not m ool; thi ri-ihrtion ia on t)to horo. Itdjchir w:m t-l I once that a liorse wm not nir iid of anything, and he uiid he winliel ho iiad tho animal iu his church. Ju-it oiiy nnun il iu bit cougrjga tion not afrai i was nil ho wanted. Peop'o w.nit to do nothing hut pay their way through a church. Dr. Ty.'E ones told such an applicant t.itt Iia wai u t running the Cuurch of th H javJily Utst, it wai a little further around the corner. The way with too many is that they think tboy have got into a Church of H-jHVdnly rest Too many people tliink they own tho church, and not the church them. He then called cnuli who wanted to conse crate tlioms'dv.'s t t the w irk and holpahms with tho revival to coma forward an 1 kneol at tbo cktir-rail. "1 don't want you to come unlets y u f.-t I like it. I don't bug you. If you think you aro too go d alna iy, all rigat. if we liavi but o:ie hono.-.tt couso crntGd worker at tho rail wo will be satis lieii." Tho principal pnrtof 11:ob who came for ward were wom-Mi, but :i fervent response of unions came from all wh i wre bowing the.r bead. '! am uvil satlstlfd with the opening of this revival. 1 seldom have seen one start out bct'ei.. There have been larger crowd ulisnwherj Munlay mornings, but you nil mn'tu to b in earnest. Vo want wfi 'ht ju t now mid not nuinbtri so mach." An Insulin Itdliai'diHt. New Yoiik, Nov. -j. Tho insanity of J. ie D.on, the billiurdtt, makothim imagine tnat he i cutuitly playing important match sanies. Hi-. Hp t cr.izy vagary was to hiiicy that, hi w.iaun ;uj I i;i tlie Chicago tournament H w.nt all through with atnet in hi billfird-rooiiH, bedieving that was in the Ch i iuo hall, and Unit a big ni euibl tge was watcliing hi.) contest with th play.'r-i there. He insist id on bulletinin hi-i myth ical victories in front t tho premises, and nve condderable money to friends to bet with on hit winning the Hui'iipiotiship. On bing tnkfm to the Hio miugdale asylum, tho lack of a billiard table did not disaLu-e iiim of hicf delusion, mid ho is constantly going through th- motions o: play without cue ur ball). Tho pantomime in a curious study in dementia, and the physicians say thaiVhe cae h a rare one in tlie perfection and persistency of the hallucination. It is prohiibl.i that lie cati be cure ). A MurilertMl Man Horribly Mutilated. Akron, O'lio, Nov. '-iti. Tee bo.ly of John Hopp, ageil UJ, i well-known tobacco mm uracluivr of Akrou. was found on tho Now York. Pennsylvania & Ohio railway track near Talltnadge, this county, this morning, lie fore tho engireer of tlie early freight train coutd stop it, nearly the entire train had run over the body and it was horribly di memberod and parts tdrevn along thj track, Hipp had been in Kavenua, a station beyonl Tall mad collecting money due him, and was expected to come bnmo on the night train. Mur.ior and rolib-ry aro uuspeutod and the body hid evidently been placed on the track. The coroner ia investigating. Taero is much excitement over the terrible a if air. IGiioiinaod by Father IJlooiuor, New Yoiik, Nov. St. Patric Cath olic church nl Elaiira was the scene of ex citement on Sunday when, at the m irning sarvices, the pastor, lie v. Father Bloomer, denounced the Aucient Order of Hiber piaus, charactoriul them as wolves in suoep clothing, nnl unworthy tho amcia fion, conjldnncj or respect of goo 1 Cathj lict. Father Blojinjr has male the Hiber nians the nilijjct of his displeasure on nauy occasions, usually boforo the giving it an entertainment by thj society, and Sunday 'rf tirade was on account of the an nual bull of tho association to bo held We J ootid ay night. Tlie Mow Steed Cruisers Wasiunuton Citv, Nov. Sj. It i said at the navy department tiiat the new Bt'sel cruiser , H ut niand Atalanta, will be ready to receive their o Ulcers and crow, about the 1st of Marcb mxt, and that the cruiser Chicago will beltiuuched at C o-iter about t-io o i of D-cemtur, but will not borealy for sfa b i v.oj before the on 1 of next year. Work tti'sumcd Bikmiv(jiam. Ala., Nov. li-V Slos) fur nace N'i. '-i has ju-t bejn blown in, after Initio our. of blast fince July 1 on ae ct'U'it oi rojnirs. Of eijht liinniii'ham .ui-naco-tnily t wo nre now i.lle and they i-u uucouut of irnprovem juts being nude on plant. Itiilirlt'd for Alleged Laud Swiiulle. Ii'wnif. 1). T., Nov. a l).-trit't Attor ney J urb't. of Klmund- con iiy. has loon inliute l on several Counts for irau iulent bud surveys, und is nits iuj. I. C. Jwett, u notary nu'dic is uu-ler nrivst fur certify ing to false .uftiiicatas. A llaytiitii Fort KuopeiiJ. Washington Citv. .N v. ay Tb j United Statot cni-ul general at Pot t Aii Prince, Hayti, rekrts to the dep.irl.ment. uf state tliat the port of Au. 'd Haiunuit has ben roopenel to foreign trade by a law enacted uu Sept. 18, Fiuhlli.K in lite Iii,.gli. Hanuoom, N-.v. b.A di-ptch from Miuhala says that severe flghtm t ok plac iuVdlay in the jungle continuing until thi contrai po-t of th liunns-e captured; when they tied iu all dirojtionx THE FIRST KEEN 1 WINCE. fgAfl t lie wiinnn advances, tin: paii.s and acbffl by wliirh rheumatism makes itaclf known, are experienced aft r every exs posure. It i not claimed that Hood's Sursaparilla is a specific for rheumatism we doubt if there I, or can be, such a remedy. But the thousands benefited by lloodV Sarsnparillft, warrant us in uriim others who puffer from rheumatism to take it before the first keen twinge. A CARD. To all w ho are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weaK nes, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, Ii!l send a re'ciie that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This ureal remedy v discovered hy a missionary in bouth America. Send a self addressed envetiip to the TtKV. Juskpb T. Inman, Slation D few York Citv. One hundred years ago humauitv was to be pitied, for it did not have lr. X. Sronea Bionchial Wafers, the great cough cure. 25 cents. ' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1885. A GREAT DISCOVERY. Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton, la., says "My wife has been seriously affected nith a cough for twenty live years, and this spring more severely than ever before. She had used many remedies without, re lief, and heiiig urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, did so, with mod grati fying results. The first bottle relieved her. She has not had so good health for thirty years." Trial Bottles Free at llarlz i Bahnsen's Drug Store. Large size $HK). THE HAPPIHESS 07 ELIOJ Klysitini was the name given hy the an-en-nt "Creeks to the rating place- of the righteous dead, where they bhould enjoy elt rnal peace and happiness. None but the pure in heart, tlietrutlit'ul and the gen erous could tread theanphodel mem tows of ul' tho Klysian Held and it was a land of everlasting delight. When, therefore, Mrs. Kate Sherman, of Slreator, 111., said re cently that she had been iu Klymum. though of course kIic spoke figuratively, it argued that some great good fortune and yy had come to her. And Btu-h, indeed, was the truth. Mrs. Sherman tells how it was iu thitj way: "I have suffered from inflammatory rheumatism for more than thirty years. Heretofore the pain would succumb to the application of hut wet flannel, but at my hut attack circumstances had conspired to aggravate the diwease, und I became help lesK. My hands and feet were swollen enormously, and I suffered almost mortal agony. Aly physician brought me a bot tle of Athlophoros. Alter taking tho third dose 1 was in Klysium, and was free from pain, iiy tlie time J had taken a bottle and a hall' 1 felt so wonderfully im- i i roved that 1 discontinued the medicine, have an ungovernahledi.-dike to all med icine, hut I will say that Atlu.iphoroB prob ably saved my life, as I was running down rapidly, and could not have endured the pain much longer. It allorded me tho only relief 1 ever experienced except from hot water, and that had failed me." The Rev. Saiuih l Porter, of Crete, III., says of thoellect of Athlophoros upon his wife: " Mrs. Porter was very much benefited by the first bottle. Before she commenced taking it she could not walk, she was so badly atllieted with rheumatism, but she was soon able to walk. Shesleeps well. Mr. John Hews, our neighbor, was very badly ofl'with the rheumatism last winter, and was not able to work or even to yet out of his room. One bottle of Athlophoros cured him, but he lias to keep it by him to take when he feels his old dillieultles." Another eliTgyniiin, the Rev. ('. Hart ley, of' Huntley, HI., gives this as his ex perience wilh the remedy : "For six months X mi fibred severely from an attack of rheumatism. A friend sent me a notice of several reliable cures elleeted by Athlophoros. I procured the medicine, and Jjs than one bottle com pletely cured me, and 1 have not had the least indication of a return of the painful disease. 1 have recommended it to others and results similar to those iu inv own case have followed. lregardAtlilophorus us invaluable." A. M. Blakney, who lives at the corner of I'nion and (iieen streets, Decatur, 111., only confirms the general testimony to tho Value of Athlophoros when he says: " During t-hc past winter I was stricken with a very severe attack of rheumatism a disease wilh which 1 had been nillictod for several years and was rendered almost helpless, and con lined to my bed. I tried various medicines, and was prescribed for by physicians' with no avail. Fhiiilly 1 was induced by iny druggist to try Athlo phoros. X was relieved and cured so iiickly that words could not tell iny sur prise. I do not hesitate fn recommencing it lo any one su tiering with that most pain ful complaint, rheumatism." It you cannot get ATtit.opiioros of yonrilnig t it, we will send it express paid, on receipt of n-iTiilar price one dollar per bottle. We preier that you buy it from your ilnit-'cist, but IT he hasn't it, do not be persufiflod to try soniethim; else, but order ut once from ns, s directed. ATlli-oi'lioiiusCo., Hi! Wull street. New York CLARKE -rioiini"! JTm-A wrltien cuiirniiteo of cure plveri In i,Vi?ry ense iindcrtiihcn. Ja -All conBiiitjiUoiin trrc unc rSnrrcd. lr. Clarkts's Ctflebralcil i;cs aa v'rlliiirs(ln iiliiln envelopes) wo htnmpH KD.VLAKKK, M, P.. 1H0 So, t LA UK ST. til U 10. i. yl 70 A lt.MlRnoOK.jHrt out. ITowtoPe- USB" Ssvf!.-i llieliust au.l fnrm.'' Full ex '. Tr.i ir. A.l.itt. 1', O. Prawi-r 17K, lluHalu, tt . If mCQUGHS, CROUP -AND- CONSUMPTIONS op SWEET CUW' MULLEIN. The Rweot (rum. ns pntherert from n tree of tho prime imiut', prowlnc iilmif! Hie Hii.it 1 1 r(rciinifhi tho Southern St:iteH. intilalriH a stimulitliiiu e,peH r:nt prhielpk' that Iim.si'iih th plilcum pr,Kliiinu the curly mirnht;: - itch. uml Htiimilm.' llif diilit tn thn'W 'IT the (itl-t niemltnnn In (T-umi nml whoopiim-dHiiili. When cuiMi'itie.l with tht; ln:M hiu iiitHilauinotiS principle Pi Die fnnlh'iii p!;int of the old llehlH, prei,'iil! in TAVl.nU'S ClM.JioKrii Hi:mkiy ok Mvt.ct til ' I ami atri I v.w thetfrn--t known remeitj- fur Omuli!, t'r..up, MnM.piii-..un BiuJ foiiHUiiil'lit'ii . ami w pnl:tl.'ihle, unr tliii'l H iil'TiPiil to tiite if. Ak nr itrevil tr it. IT-irc. k-'ciilidSl. WnllffAl aiioi-, Alluuta.Ua. MANLY VIGOR w.-:n.. ..; .-ml lRUrMi. . . i i. .... w .- - , I n!j II-m..-:! ut Ctti-it ; i iitt' I'ii. ' i !ti. I i Ai'-t H i o ' m: "' j o 1--!-. -- . .. c. IMfi -i W ATKINS HILL., Ovftlcre in Dry and Green Wood. Will alMattOD to Uanlioc of tl ii.Ur Oftlce at vunl. corner of ith tn-l on Mo1?j:c vcn'ie, tth-piione No 117; oriir ir.av he J- II. i.ront.iift "I lte tJr Vul staie-i 1m UUK Ml. cu fREmtU If !!AiJJ50AI TIME TABLE. 'II. t iit. 1UHK ISLAM Jc PACIFIC i (MB Table Jums 1. lHt4 Til J.ND mun CMU'AOO- isawt K- t?ti.rc-pnti Mail 7 3 . m. ornir.g Kxpress, S:r 6 ni. Niylit KxpresB 10:eO .. tu Luihied Kxpreen l:l ! tu. TO AHn FfcOM BANS fllTT ia, rt.M'rcsB er'iu a. to. Niyl.l l-'xprecn. T,-l" P- 6 5 p. m Q-V- p. m 8 uJa. tn TO AN 1) FRO COUNCIL BLUPTS V I'M B-jtpr-Pit TrOOp.m. 7:Wi. mf Limited fcij.rtii 4 &0 a. m. 11:10 p.m. TO AND FllOll MlSNtTA. Albert Lea Espret'S 5:40 p.m. TO AND F 110 II DEB M01NK8. Exres 8 3J a. m. 9 n. A 01 p. m. Depot, Woliue AvcuH . A. KIMBALL, E- fcT- General Snp't. Uen. Tickft A Pas. Ag't J. r. COOK, Agent, Ulaiid. CHICAGO, llCRLliitiTOSft Ql'IKCV. LRAVB, ARHIVB. Si,1rfinl Kxiirese H:.M a. m. a .Ml a, Storliut; I'iifHeiiL'tT 7:111 A. N. 7:iK ' Sterling Accommojutiou.ll :-'Jia. . 3:it p. n St. Louie Fust Rx '3o p. m. V.M P m. Ueiiver & Kim, Citv EK....4 v. M. 0:H A. . 11. 1. MAL'K, Atfeiit. CHICAGO, MILWAI MKK A ST. I'Al L. HOCK ftU.ANU TltAtN?. Lenvet 8:1.'. a m Airivt- r.-4"i p n- 11 -Ah p in " .... Ji.W ii I') P"t Arcom. i in " ::: a m Ft. t Aee.iin 'J:-"" a in iW m Fly'y lliitcli"nfi:45a m '.in Op in B. U. if. HOLMkS Ay. KOCK ISKAM) A ; 1'KOIUA IIAILWAY. Depot Twciithah street. (HUonTKST KOUTB TO TH K KAST ANH WKsT) LKA B. AIlltlVB, Paft Kxprewc H.n A. M. Mail and Kx 1:4(1 r. . Arcoinnioiiiitiun, T:lli r. m. Way Krelt;lit 6.00 a. m. b-.nr, i, m. I3;:r p. m. a A. H. 4:(K) v. m. A11I K IlltANCil. LKAVR ;:i'i a h !:l( A. M l.:4B r. w AKItlVK. S:) A. M. II :1ft a. in. a.O p. M. E. U0 1'. H. Afeoinnioililtioa. Mall Ai'cuiiiiiK-duiion 4 :tU v M. V. tiltKNAWALT, Alfent. ROCK HUM St PEOfilA RAILWAY. SUORTKHT nnUTB TO TSl K EAST AND SOUTH Trains leave ltock 1 si anil 4.CNI a. m. Way Freight. 8.4fi Fast ExprejiH. 1.40 p. ni. Mail nml Express 0.50 Tti rough Freight and Accommodation TrainB arrive at Kock Inland: 2.W a. m. Tlironph Freight und Accoinmodatlon 12.45 p. m. Mail and Kxiircss. 6. IU Fust Kxprcii. 4.iKi " Way Freight. The Fast kxi'iikms. h-jivin Hock Island at S.:i . m. arrive at lVoriu Vi.M p.m., at Springe Id 4.35 p. in., at Decatur 4.00p. m., JackKoiivillc a. in,, Alton 7.i!d p. in., St Loa it h.lft p. in., mid Tunv Haute ll.rt'ip. in.,TuK Sasib Day. Makiti lliis tlie Hbbt ai:d tPICKUST route to all pom'? BtHUlll'JlHt. The l.'iO p. in. irain makes clow ronneol ion ui Titilva with C H A. ti. for pointH went ; HrrivinK a' (iHlest)iir at 4,r;! p. in., ul IJurlltixroti 0.40 p. n:.. t Keokuk Ht.Z" . tn , and al tjuinry 1'l.ori p. in. Arrivii n tn Peoria ut ti.'-id p. in., makiiur rloi sonneclioiiH with Mte 1. H. & V. ami T. 1'. A W fi;r ImiiuiiupoliH. euiiiit'iMin thure with nil fa!-1 truiiu for tlie east anil smith. IJtf-KAST TIM li Sl'ltK I'ONNKCTIONS. ami ripen ac low mm hy any oilier route. li, K. CAULK, It. V. .Sl'orKUOVSK, Oeii'l Sii.t. Geo'l Tkt. Ajrt. The C Ml p. m. Accommodation leavec every da) tisrunt Hiiadav. TIIE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE fiN.D SL PAUL KAILWAY COMPANY. It owns and operatCH nearly fj,0 mile of Ihor otiijhly etpiiiied road in Illitioiu, Wisconsin. Iowa Minnesota and Dakota. It Is the Short Line-nml Rest Howie be tween all piineiiiil points in tlie North west a ml Far West. Fur rupn, lime tallies, rules of ptjMjij.'t' and freiirlit. etc., apply lo the nearet-t Million nyi-iil f tlie ehieairo, Milwaukee & St. I'airl L'aitwayor to any railrnail aenl anywhere iu the l ii'tee" Stales or Canada. , It. MlLLIOIi, A. V. II. CARPEMTKK. Oeneru! Manager, Gen. Pass. A Tkt a, 1. I'. TUCKKIl, 0KO. IL IIKAFFOItl). Af't Gen'l Manujj;er. Anb'tflen, Phb. At Mir.WAl'IlKK, Wlhl'ONSlN. t'Fftr notire in referenee to Special Excur sinus. rliHlu.'es of time, ami ol her items of ilitenct in emmet tion wilh the ( hit ayo, Miluuukee & St. Paul Hallway, please refer lo I lie local columns of tliit- paper. The Line selected bv the U.. Gov to carry the Fast Man Tho Only Through Lint, with its own trch, bwn CHICAGO, PEQRIA or ST. LQlliS DENVER Eithei by wsy ol Omaha, Paet'ic June-ion, Atch.fcen oi KanhM Cay It t(avrs kt! of tna s x G eat S'l'at, ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, KANSAS, COLORADG Wilh bunch lint, in their irT.poiunt cti., a- d low..,. It tun, ov.., iiay ih the yer t-om on. ,o .ri-ee elegantly qu.p.J through t.air.l over it, own trci.k, between . Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omaha, Chicago and Council Bluffs, 'Chicago and St. Joseph, Chicago and Atchison, Chicago and Kansas City, Chicago and Topcka, Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago arid Dubuque, Chicago and Sioux City, Pcioria and Council Bluffs, Peoria and Kansas City, Peoria and St. Louis, St. Louis and Omaha, St. Lo-jis 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 tity ana Burlington. Dimct Connection H i. ,t ..ch .' June.. nn po.nte wnh Tti.oiih Ti.in, rij l.am point, lac.t.a on IU Di.ncn... At each of it, ,?ve.al etern .nj W,t.-n t.tmlnl i, ennnre, in G.a. d Untr.n Depois w-th Th.noRh T.a.n, to ,l.d I'.in nl! r.mt. in .lie Un.ted St...S and C... It is m. P..ncipal Line to S:n Francisco, Portland and City of Sscxico For Ticket. Rat, General Itilprrrniior,, etc ngh'iq 1h 6ur;tn(rtcn KojI, ,t on ny Tut Ajai m ttMt Umtar Satei ot Canada. Ol addmu KF.MV P- S10NE. PERCEVAL tOWELL. A't Manage,. G.n'i Pau. Agent, CHICAGO. O. E. MILES Engrayer a Wool EXECTTEi CUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also lec tkotype Plates funiir-lietl id any ntiiutH-t. Office and I.-r.idenw rvr of chrietlan Chapul, Brady ettrtt, betMCD 4th and 5tb, DAVENPORT IA CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE Mcdirat Brief, puMishfd at St. Louis. sjiv e June. 18W'. l4nw : " Mnuy have Uviuue ,..8 to th um; ot opium or morphme. fr...,, .M of those drujw lor the rein l ol Neural- It is BTatit'vuiir tool'rve that such oan iw constnuetifen may te uvertfd hy the (f Tonoaline, whieh ti aln:oi,t a Bpecilic 't ocutti fortu of Neuralgia." . voXvxl,sJ,:B...,.!!c.e;PHYSlCIAtS FOR SALE BV ALL DRUr.ClISTN. ft. A. MELUIER, Sole Proprietor. 7Q DAVENPORT BOILER WORKS. GRUPE tk MURRAY. Picprictovs. ! i Klflili mm IS mm MiilnifiuiiiriTe r all kll.il.- nf l:oi i-rs. I.iiril Stark k, l.ii'i iliint:. lion slmm-rr. Vaull iiuium mi ,1 rt-palrinK. tnilei liy .Mail or 'JYlfrui.li t.n.ml.lly 317 E. SECOND 8T . m - THE MOLTSrii: WAG OTs . The Moline Wagon Comp'y inot.iiWB.rjijiKrois Manufacturers of Farm, A full find complete line of Platkmiim to tlie VVc.slerti Tr:uk of 5"llli!i-trHteil Pri'. w I.tl In i piii .auin. THOS. IP. CABY, It- iri j.jire.t lo ilo till kiiitlh ol work in Plain and Decoi alive Paur llai.ging ami Kalsominiiig. A eomiilcte stock of Wull Paper, Curtiiiii Fixtiircs, Oorniee Pules uml Knum MouldinCR. Mixed Piiints alw.iyH on huiul. 8:r"Alco it full line of AH Uootl itml Artislw' Miiterinln I.chhoiis Liveii in 1'nluliiii; ttml ln-nch liniljro'.dery Work. l,i:ilinii,U r Silkf, i'orilf iitol Kaney titimls whirh Hie nol 1 at eltme liuiun; ciili ami ter-l prices of work. 1 fS 1 : t Second Avenue, UOCK ISliAND, ILL. DR. FOSG-ATE, S09 Hrady Street, Davenport, Iowa, 20 years practice, makes all private diseases a specialty, sitcli as Syphilis, Govori luea, Gleet, Strklure, lmpuLenvy, Xperiitaiwi lam, till miliary troubles and mercurial affections of the throat, skirt anil hones. Cancers, Tumors, Piles, Catarrh and till chronic diseases treat ed successfully. CY.nsitltatiop and corrt'Spoiidf lire free. fcf"AI lelt.-rs proinillyaiir-wtri-d Martin, Woods & Co., .117 East Second Street, - - Daveni'okt, Ia. Wholesale Fruits, Nuts, Etc. Com mist. on ami Stuni'e. Aeiitf fir the Celehniterl H. P. Stanley's Sons "lirnt liality" AJicliiganaiid K. Y. Applea. Special attention k'iven to fur Load onlern. Teli )lioin; Mi. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens, WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE SEE BV EXAMINING llAVESWOftSWWTiyr Tor. r. CHICACO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY By reason of itscontml poattion and c1wj rc-l;ition to hH prinripel linnii Er.Ht and Worst, at initial and tormina! points, run.stit.uto tho most important mld-ronti-nentrjl link in tht tsvntera of tliroufTli tnmisportiition whirh iuvitc3 find facili tates travel and tr.inio bet woo n cities or tho Atlantic und Fac.ik; (,,oaPta. It is also tho favorite nnd befc rout to nnd from points Kiint, Northeast and bouthoast, nnd corresponding- points V ont. Northwest and South wt;st. Tho Italic Island syau.ra incJades in it main lino and branches, Chicafro, Joliet, Ottawa, LaSnllo, Pooria. Geneseo, Molina nnd Kocfc l.'land, in illinoiu; Davenport, Muscat ine, Washintfton, FaiiTield, (Jttuniwa, OHkaloosa, Went Liberty, Iowa City, Moines Indionola, Wlnten-;et. Atlantic, Knoxville, Audubon, Harlan, Gut brio Centre and Counc.l Bluff's, in Iowa; Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, tn Mieuouri; Leavenworth and AtchiEon, in Kunsai; Albert Lea, Minneanolis nnd Sr. Paul, In Minnesota; Wafertown la Dakota, and hundreds oi intermediate cities, towns, viiiujeaand BUitions. THE CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantees ita patrons that Bonse of personal frnrurity afforded by a eolld, thoroughly ballantd road-bed; smooth tracks oi continuous steel rail; sub stantially built culverts and bridtfoa; roihntf stock as near perfection as human skill can make it, the safety appliances tV patent buffers, plat! na and oir-bra'-iea; and that eastinip dis'jipiino wllch Koverns tho pre cical operation of all ita trains. Other gpocictuies of tnis route aro Transfers t.t all connectincc points in Union DejoLs. aad tho unsurpassed com lor ts and luxuries of its pESriem?5r tquipmont. The Past, Expesa Trains between Clilcao and thn MIprouH River are com posed of well ventilated, flnoly uoholstored Day Conches. (IaKnif1cent Pullman Palaca 61oepors of the latest desitrn, nntl tuimptuoua DminK Car, in which elaborately cookod meals are leisurely est-en, -'ffood Digestion wnltintf on Appetite, and Health on both." Between Chicago and Kansas City and Atchison, aro also run the Olobrntod It'cUnin Cliair Cars. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Is the direct and favorite line between Chicaf3 and Minneapolis and St. Paul, where connections are nmdtj in Union Dcnots for all points in the Territories and British Provinces. Over this route. Fast Kxpres Trains aro run to tho watering places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and hunting and flsh Int? grounds of Iowa and Minnesota. It is also the most desixablo routo to tho rich wheat fields and paatornl lands of interior Dakota. Still another DIRECT LINK, via Seneca nnd Kankakee, has been opened between Newport News. Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Laiayotto and Council Bluffs. Kansas City, Minneapolis and St.. Paul and intermediate points. for detailed information eoe Maps and folders, obtainable, as well as Tickets, at all principal Tickjr Offices In the United States and Canada: or by addressing' . . R. R. CABLE, E. 8T. JOHN, PraaMtnt and 6,nnal Managsr. Chiuao. 6,n,r,l IkMtk ,nd F,Mngw Agent, Chlcao, A H7 USE OF OPIUM OR Dufd T,;nraltne tn i 0a of NenrlirUof I3o-15 'iXS.'ft USS U" ba Jluu K. L. Kowa, M. l.. GintriTiU. Mo. " Hw giwn TnnnKlioe fair triaj in Nmirkljris. oiii lir that liiwwwo." J. P. IUnkbl, UnghUin, ill. " I connider Totijralins tho boat pmtMu-atiun for NeurmJyial haw etr tried." C. V. IJLVAL, M P., PiliBvUlB, Mo. PIIU'B ONE HOLLA K PER BOTTLR snj 111 WASHINUTON AVKNUK, ST. LutMS iitnl W.'.li-r Tank., lli-ali-rrt. I.anl ri.i.l.-rn, Sum ln.li Work Tol .liuln. I'H. m iliar iitti l.l lull niti-n ulli nili'il I". Ti-i-.linm- N'. ar ll :vi iiiiu. iit lirlilm-, DAVENPORT, IOWA. Spring and Freight Wagons. nntl otber Si'iiiNd Wahonh, eKiecilly iitlapte, sui'erior workmniisidp uml I'misli. See the JHoliue Win-on hefoie i.iiitjliKftiii; other I 706 Second avenoe. CEOCRAPHV OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL THIS MAP, THAT THE ff L U I NO I Bp 'S -Vy 3i...t. -V. A'.t.. C. g.n--l. CktipuB- MORPHINE!