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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1885.
ADOLPH FRISIUS, IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF ooks, Stationery, Toys -AND- Musical Instruments. Largest Assortment in Hie Btate of Arlistn Malimls und Picture Frames. No. 316 West Second St., bet. Harrison and Ripley Sts., Davenport, Iowa. FURS! al Ibe lowerU prlrcg, Sealskin Cloaks, GOODS Mn tie to orirr. THI OLD Headquarters Kverylhlns iu Iho Kur line In Slock. T. RICHTER, The 823 West Second Street, PAEK & ELLIS, Now is the time to secure bargains. V have marked our Summer Goods down fStfi'ome and see im. HARD .Best Quality Egg and Grate, Range, Nut, and No. 4, - All the Best Quality, Extra Cartage on all orders lee tLn aim. 3VL. YEBBTJEY, Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowles' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors, WroiiKlit, Piift and Li-nil Pipe. Pine Pittlniraiul BrH8 floods of every description: Kiil.her Ho anil Piiehinir of all kind; liraiiiTile. and Sewer Pipe. Office and Shop 11114 Third Ave., HOCK ISLAND, ILL. LAND AND LOAN OFFICl MEDILL & WHITEHEAD, FOhT OFFICE BLOCK, Land for sale on Six to ttr f 250,000 .00 TO LOAN in ninoum to full on At the Davenport Book K kki as W -1 Hapip eAi.fltl..TlnN. COMMKHCIAI. l.AW. 1'HONOOKAPHV, TYPK WltlTl N, TKI.EOnAPIIY. THE "TIVOLi; M. 11AGRUM, Proprietor, Secoxd Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. rtie "Trvor.1" ha lately been tranafornied Into a Palape equaling in every rc poi t the filler nkion-. In Chiraso and mirpanilnic anything In the three c Ilea A n iioibnr of Irani, oi.-r;itcrl by machlni-ry lor nee ping the air cool la one of Ihe leadinl; features of the place. The l.iiinil KefreVhtnenu dlapensed at thin entahllnhinent la in kenulnKWilh l until.) Impnive ment. An elegant lunch served every morning. All kinds ol Siindwiclieu aerved on short notice. JOE LI TIBER'S CENTER STATION! No. 3106 Moline Avenne, Rock Island, 111. Fine Stock of Wines, Beer, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. Alv;ayn on hum.. TAYLOR HOUSE. Cor. Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth street, PI1ILI.11- THBNKKNSCIll'll. ROCK ISLAND. Proprietor. laTThle limit-.- liar, lieen tluirnimhly r.-liivnl.rl and r.-furni..h.-il thrniirhnnt and H um open to Hi. public, Hoarders at lensona ,Ie rales, runners illtlnd tills 'lolel a nice siopptnL' .lm. 'I' l'"'l" EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. fcALOON And BILLIARD Hall Ht-lnw the C. It. I. ik P. Imported and Domestic Iteer and Wine, Fine Unuors tlTHE CENTRALS NO. 1717 SECOND AVENUE, JOHN C. LaFRENZ, - PROPRIETOR. A choice Htock of Br, wine. Ltquoraand Cls.iMalwaya 0:1 h:inl. A fair share of public put go la renpertrnlly polif ited MM, JOHN SCHAFER. Proprietor Centennial Hall, Dealer in Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 1316 Third Avenue. Rock Islantl, Jiis. This plac ha neenrelltt;'d 'and refnniished and I biiuncn every niornuij,. FERDINAND GROSS' SAMPLE ROOM, inthenKmformeriycapiedftsa . N o - x i q Twentieth Street, Confectionery by t rant Matn. v o J w L'st of fleer. Wines, Liquors and Cigars Restaurant and Oyster Depot Beefsteak, Otsters and Game in Season, At Lothar Hann't Place, cornor First 1 Avenue and Eighteenth St GEO. WALDMAN, Cutter, Grinder and Dealer in all Kinds of - O UTLBRY. IUsor, Shear asor and Clipnors harpeipd in the best manner. No. 308 larrison 3t., Davenport, iowa. FURS! in liny tthaiH' di-s"lretl. Sealskin Mantles. Fur Goods Itepaired. KEL1AU1.K for Fur Goods, All kiii-tnof Fur Trimmlnpi". FURRIER Davenport. to cost in order to clear ourselves before Fall Goods come in. . PARK & ELLIS, l 704 Second Avenue. COAL. - - - 7,75 per ton. - - - VM " Screened and delivered. Oril.rt. taken for Hunt ami Soft Wood. C. C. TKUESDALE, At U. S. Expn'HK (.'o.V OiHrc. RO(!K ISLAND. 11.1, Twenty Years time. Farm property. H t " l"'r c''"1- Business College, - i Nfl, DUNCAN A HAWKS, l'mrlm' 59 Depot, Molina Ave. Hock Island, III. and CiK irs al .- :iys on hand. now one of the best Saloons In lite eit iunu Jl tt . constantly on hand. Rock Island, 111. Lots of People Say, tttt "OH MY back: Hero Is Solid A 1 TESTIMONY Hard Working Men. MurhinUt and Builder. "t have been troubled years with kidney and bladder difficulty. After lining four bottles of 11 ttjfT'a Kidney and Liver JIemedv I have been completely cured." William C. Clark, Mason and Knilder, Auburn. Ji.Y. "Health isbctterthauwesiih." Marfalniat Mr. HenrfTA Kan?. Machinist, 1133 Ridge Ave, Philadelphia, Pa., pays; "My atnene started when 1 wan titiite a vountr lad bv havlnif weak kidneys. I have used juel nix Ult!esof IIpnts Kidney and Liver Uemudv, and 1 solemnly produiin, I feel like a new man. " "Ciood counsel ban no price, obey It," Mechanic Mr. Henry Williams, Mechanic, East Brldi port, Conn., says: "About two months ago IJ caiiirlita heavy cold, which settled in my kidneys. I got a bottto of Hunt's (Kidney and Liver Remedy- and with tho first dose begun to getwelL" "Liybt supperBUiakea long lives." 1 lloilroad Alan Prank I?. Lcfc, office N. Y. C. A II. II. R. Little Palls, N. Y., dune 8, lfW3, gays: My father, C3 years old, had nevero kidney and bladder disease for U0 years, urination causing arute pain. The weakness was so great ho was obliged towcura rubber bag. Twelve bottles of Hint's Kidney iiKMEttY completely enred liiin, and wo consider it romarkablo. Wo cheerfully recoimuend it." "Deeds oro better than words." IIitnt's Kidney and Liver JtBMEnr has stood the test of time. It has been be fore the public for twenty years, and has cured every year thousands of people sutTerlii!? from various diseases of the Kidneys and Liver, and kindred disorders, who bad failed to get relief from doctors mid who expected never to ne enreu. "i imuitanas or testimonial!; from such persons attest its value. &nd for book, "Alii well that ends well." Sold by all druggists. Trice $1,25, 0 HUNT'S REMEDY CO., Providence, R. I. r. N. ( KITIKNTON. General Agent, N. . THE GREAT Unfailing Specific LIVESTSEASE SYMPTOMS: 1 litter or had taste in nn mill KiliLMie C out cil u- iiIk nr (' I wilh u hniwn fur; pain in buck. Hides iu--often mixlaketi feir Kheiiinntit-m J Sm! Stiimaui: 1 nur API ktite i t unel i ines nauct r walei hia-jh. or itnllgeclinu : Hatnh ncy anil neiil 'nicuiiuuis : nn fin aitermile v cimt 11 c 11 mi lIl'AHAt iti:: loss uf nu-iiHjrv. with 11 inihiful ki-h tun 1011 of baling failed to do pome Ihing wiiich 10111 10 nave ol-i;ii uone; Mtmi.tTV : low spirit I lurk iKLi.mv i.i.peiiiiuieeof Uin skin and v-. - dry eoiiiih: fever; restlesMiier. ; Ibe urine is aniv ill id II '"111 v eoioreil. :inL if a uivi-i lnHt.-iti ti-IMrl'M St-tllllietlt. Simmons Liver Regulator, PURELY VEGETABLE, An elTVclinil wpeeilic for MttlrtHn, Dyspepsia, (.'onut.i puiioii, JiiiliotisnesM, Siok Ilt'iitlrtchts .Jaundice, Xiiusfn, Colic, Monttil Di'prcssion, Bowel Complaints. bile, iile , Jitc. generullv llsel in the south to nronsn tile Tir. put Liver lua Healthy aetioit. 11 tu t-wlliioul dimnibanee I') the system, di oroeeiipitt on. It Kkhi latkm tiik Livkic, uml cau-es inn nne. u aet as He iHirL'e. 't'ei esri-M' nl' bile heing removed, a Tonic kfkki't is rro ecd urn. li -rillli 1- nerfeet v restored. The PAfviilAti-tr is ''iveii with haj-kty and the liapplot rtulls t.i Hut most ilelieule infant. For mi niseiies 111 wmen n i.axativk, .i.tkativk or I'l liii a 11 vk is iiee.led it will give Ihe most nerfeer mi 'ifne I leu. The Ctfitnett. J'urfst tnti Heel txundtj JnUfim in tin- Wtiilii. Set; thiit yon get the ornniilnn. with the red T on ruiiM in rn)ici , ireiureu ouiy ny J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietors, I'llIl.A DKl.lMll A, PA. aiig-ltlendwly SCOTT'S EHULSIOn OF PURE COD LIVER OIL Almost as Palatableas Milk. Tho only nreparation of foil I.ITEn Oil. that can bo tali en readily and tolerated for a louo- tima by dclicalp filalnarliH. n an a Kniiii Foit roxsriii'TioN. SI HUH l.lll s AH-Kt llls. AMIHIA. VKS. Kim. Iinitl.iri. Oil; IIS AMI I IIIIOAT AF. 1KHIIOS. and all W tsTIMl lilsillllinlsTTy I HII.IHtKN it is nianilloas In lis rrsnlls. l'rrseri bed ami cmjori'il l.v Dm b..u. Uii...i.ti. In the countries of tbo world. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. n-AVAPrtU ELY'S Ul caiUDclllU Ck'ftnsca the head Allays Iiititimnin- .ELY I tiou. Ilt'als snrea. lti'stori's the sen- ai-s of liistc, liear ttiS and Smell. A Quick I.i-lie f A aa-S1- .,o.u .i W-FEVER I'n-ilive Cure. Cr'cai.i Halm has gamed an enviable rooutntion beiev.-i known, tlt-iihuinall otii. rpreua rat ions partirh is mipried into enc:i iiostil reliever1 pain at onre. 1 agreeable to n-e Piiee fine, at jriii(:'i-is. or nv mail. reno inr 1 irruiar. ELY ItKOTIIlii;?. Ii aggists. Owet'o. N. Y. vSTEt WHEAT Llniiirinr (GOLD MEDAL AT NEW ORLEANS.) rndurweil ly Ihe lending Hotels In I ft ( 011 11 try. ttrnvrl by llm tf;ovriiiiicnt Clio miiM lor Hit; imliuii ( uniuiiiiMioii. lAHIIN K I.IIt l.l'ISt IIS MS. F.stwW. sheil Irty. NEW YORK. PHOSACID. FREE! RELIABLE SELF CURE A fiivnrile prcwriU.tn of one of the most noted ami surcessliil s eei.ilists in ttie t'. S. li tr Ibe cure of a.rr.m lleklllty. .o.( Mimhnml. WrnkMuanil Itocwy. hient 11 bin sealed cnvel'ie i me. lJrui!i;it Can fill it. Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. W. II. HAYES. U. c. CLRA VELAN EHTAULlsnKD 1808. Hayes & Cleaveland, Insurance Agents Fire, Life & Aocldect Inecrsnce, IIFI-'lca FlKNOfToN Block. E0C2 ISLAND, ILL. Ail Lome Promptly Adtoted nd Paid thla Agencv. WAT KINS & HILL. Deal cr in Dry and Green Wood. Will a1o attend to tlanli.ig at all ind Oftlce at vnrd. rorurr of J'ah street on MoPue venue. Telephone Nn 1T; arfit t!it x ftU either otncp -nr-t.rt-.itf KIONEr REMEDY Never Known (WSIIIIF alllllk. Iff B3P THE SIGHT HOUR QUKBTlOfl Obicago Tiuies. Several trades unions and other asso ciations of persons engaged in ibe proses cutiuu of different kindj of labor requir ing more or less skill have re sol red to fix upon eitrbt hours as the length of a day s work on and after tbe first of next May. It is expected tbat otber labor organizations will be induced to join in tbe movement. In dealt fid iug shorter time for labor noth ing is said about a reduction in wages, ud(1 the presumption is that ibe same pay will be expected for eight hours' work that is now received for a longer period. Tbe proposition to limit tbu hours of la bor in each day to eight is not new. Years ago, persons who proposed to bring about certain social, educational, and moral re forms among the laboring classes suggest ed that the day should he divided iuto three equal parts, one. of which should be devoted to labor, one to study and recre ation, and the remaining oue to sleep. This distribution of lime, it was thought, would result in elevating persons intel lectually as well as morally, while it would insure better health and a longer life. It wad argued, and probably belie ve 1 by the persons who advocated this divis ion of time, that the extra hours saved from toil would be devoted to pursuit thut would elevate nnd n-line tho e who had the hem lit of tbem. Many predicted Hint, when the hours of labor were short entil, mecbuoirs and other would inii prove their leisure by engaging in intel lectual putfjtiitslill ibey been me highly cultivated. It was believd that the in formation they gained by rending and study would result in making them more ukilled in the arts in which they were en gaged, more intelligent in tbe perform ance of their political duties, aud butler citizens. Some earnestly believed that crime would be reduced and the death rate diminished by shortening the lime devoted to labor, In presenting arguments in favor of re ducing the hours of labor to eiuht, some have contended thut men will work much more diligently if they know they will be released trom toil earlier in tne day. He cently a new argument bus been put for ward in favor of reducing the hours ot labor. Some state that there are now more laborers thuu can find constant em ployment. Bv reducing the lime that each filial! work, they tiud a way for th employment of laborers who are now out or work. This new argument in fuvor of the eiy-ht hour Mvsiem re gu ires purtio ular attention. U is admitted that the eight hour system is not applicable to ull kinds ot labor. 'Hie most Htrmiuous ad vocal e s of limiting the hours of labor to eight would object Ui. having the person who prepares their daily food del ay com mencing to get breakfast till precisely 8 o'clock iu the morning, and insist having Die supper dishes washed and put away before 4 u clock in tbe atternoon They will demand their breakfast early in Jhe morning ami itieir supper nue in ine Vtcrnoon. All agree that Uir hours for farm laborers, gtirdeners, coachmen, sail ois, uml barbers cannot he reduced ti ttiuht. It is admitted that dairy cows would be ruined if sixteen hours were al lowed to elapse bet ween milking times The food crops of the country would be reduced al least one third it Ihe latin in borers worked durimx Iho season of plowing, planting, cultivating and liar vesting but eight hours in tbe twenty-. Four. No person would like to take pus suge in a vessel or steamer where the sailors worked exactly eiybt hours in each day aud ihcti gave themselves up to rest recreation and sleep. The eight'hour system, if practical at nil, could onlv be applied to persons working in shops or in some department of organized labor out ot uoors. Should certain classes of laborers sue ceed in reducing their hours of labor to eioht, they would Uml that their ranks would increase very fast. Men would give up "following tbe sea" aud join the craft of bricklayers; dairy farmers would abandon the keeping of cows to become bouse painters; gardeners would slop rats nig onions ami eeieiv and seek some em plovment in which men worked but eight hours per thy. L;tlor would be demur alized iu every part of the country. Near ly every man uud woman would seek nn occupation in which the hours of labor were limited to eight. The recruits to these select armies of workmen would not all com-c from this country. Persons more or less skilled in every cralt thai had secured a reductfoii of hours would Hock here from every part of Canada and from every country in Europe. There would be more men out of employment than there are ao present, and another re duction of hours would be necessary in order to give all a chance to work part of the time. 1 his second reduction ot hours would produce an additional number of workmen. The beneficial results to workmen of reducing their hours to eight, as has been done in some occupations as stone cut ting, glass blowing, and steel making, as well as in works carried on by tbe gen eral government have not been very apparent. The report is general that the men do not make good use of their lets urc. They do not lav down their tools to listen to lectures, read books, or spend time with their families. They are more likely to go to the public house than to the public library when their day's work is finished. They do not spend any more time with their families thau they did when they woiked a greater number of hours. Their advance In learning, cul ture, and refinement is not very marked After the eight hour system had been i trial for somo time in the United States manufactory of lire arms at Rock Island, the superintendent made a report on the results. 11c found that as huge a proportion of the men were tardy in the morning when work commenced at o us when it began an hour earlier. The moral and social habits of the men did not improve. The time saved from work was not generally improved by reading. studv, or doing work at home. No more work was accomplished in an hour after ihe time of the working day was re duced than there was before. This has apparently been demonstrated other places and in nmnv kitidi if work. The truth appears to be that men, like horses, have a son of natural speed, which they cau not get out of for any great lengtn n lime wiinout injury to themselves or the work on which they are engaged. Much of the work now done in shops and' manufactories of all kinds is pci formed bv tbe aid of ma chines. The machines can nol be hurried, and the men who tend them can only work as fast as the machines do. There limit beyond which machinery can uol Ih operated with safety. Reducing the hours of Jaborin shop and factory must necessarily result in Ibe re duction of the wages of workmen or in increasing the price of -every article pro- iluced. nmldingfl must fie occupied nnd machinery kept in operation to be profit able to their uwnera. The interest on capital invested and taxes remain the same whether frocrty is used or not Tbe profit in any manufactory dejcnds almost entirely on the amount of work performed in it. If the lime of operating it is reduced' one-fifth, a corresponding reduction must lie made in wages or a corresponding increase made in the price of goods turned out. - HOUSMIKII'K Al'ID I UOttHdVIK Far Wakefulness. Dr. Wm. P. Clothier, Buffalo N. Y-, says: "I prescribed ft for a Catholic priest, who was & hard student, for wake fninea. extreme nervousness, etc. He reports great Iwnefit." ' All the coat mines io lite Seattle, Ore..' ion -ire operated with uninarncn. A GREAT DISCOVERY Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton, la., pays Mj wife has been seriously affected wilh a cough for twenty five years, and this spring more severely than ever before. She bad used many remedies without re lief, and being urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, did bo, with most grati fying results. The first bottle relieved her. She has not had so good health for ihirty years." Trial Bottles Free at Hanz .i Bahnsen's Drug Store. Largo size f 100. An experienced arctic explorer sayt tbat any further attempts to reach high northern latitudes must be made by way of Franz Josef land. AFTER DIPHTHERIA- Diphtheria is a terrible disease, requir ing the greatest-medical skill to effect a complete cure. Even when its power is broken, it clings to the patient with great persistency, and often leaves the system poisoned and prostated. .lust here Hood's Sarstipurill ds a vast amount of good, expelling impurities from the blond, giv ing it richness and vitality, while it renn vales Mini strengthens the system. The Mirror i:i no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale ? Magnolia Halm is the charm er, that almost cheats the looking-glass. A ULXSS DUWM THE BANi'ALL. Sliding down the bani'ters, though :. svviit and delightful way ul getting dnv:i st .its, is not a popular method of dwvtot except among boys of the liihlledi.-h-y age. When, therefore, Mr. Dolph Ilotehki-;, a solid citizen of Peoria., Ill,, adopted liiat style of coming down from hi room re cently it augtireil that something out uf the usual line had happened to him. S;ut was indeed the case. Mr. JiotchUiss i . plains as follows why he prul'erred llio railing to thestair: " It was hint winter, during the ntr-i.tii of December. One evening niter gelling home from the store 1 was taken with a severe pain in my ankle. It ielt at tirt ns if I had sprained it. 1 was up when the trouble iirst came on an I 1 wanted to go down. Tho pain, honvv t, had increased so that T found that it v;:s impossible to walk down the steps, nnd so 1 slid down the railing. From that ni.uht I began to grow worse, the pain hecanxj more severe, ami my ankle gradually swelled up until it seemed as if the ttesh would burst, it was almost impossible for tne to He in bed, nnd the least noise or at tempt to move me would cause me tho greatest agony. "After being in bed a month I could not stay there any longer. I felt that I must have some kind of a change, and ho 1 was moved into an easy chair, where I lay for two months, stilM-ring more than words can express. My trouble was rheumatism, Tho doctors could do nothing for me. I used about every medicine I had ever heard of for rheumatism, nnd many dif ferent remedies recommended by toy friends and neighbors, but nothing a Horded me any relief. A lady friend living in Chicago, hearing of my alllictioit, wrote me, saying: Try Athloplioros. It cured n ie.' " I was very glad to try anything. I bad tried many ditlereut sorts of medicines, but this was new to me. 1 Rent ut once and bought a bottle and began using it. I had a terrible buzzing in my head at first, but as it was said in the directions I would have this if the medicine took hold of tho disease I stuck to it. The bii7ing was nothing with my aufleriugs. I think it was on a Monday evening I first began with tho Athloplioros. By the following Saturday the pain was nearly all gone, the swelling was very much reduced, and with the aid of a pair of crutches 1 went out for the first time in three months. 'I continued taking the Athloplioros unlil I had used four bottles. My pain and swelling had then all gone, and I had no further use for crutches. I have not felt any rheumatism since. Athloplioros is a very valuablo medicine. I recom mend it whenever I have u chance, and never want to be without some Athloplio ros iu the house in case I should ever again be so afllictcd." Mr. Jlotehkiss' residence in Peoria is at No. CIO Hancock street. Greatly as he regrets the loss of three months' valuable time, not to speak of all the suilcring and mental anguish be endured, h feels that there is somo Blight compensation in tho fact that he was made acquainted with a medicine which can cure rheumatism and rob that disease of all its terrors. Mr. Jlntchkiss, it is almost needless to state, has never had occasion to repeat his ride on the railing. If you cannot U"-! ATiti.nrtioi:ns of your rli'iicr pist, we will send it express p-itd. on receipt f regular prici" one dollar pcrlmtilc. We prefer that you buy it from your dnmtriM, but if lit tiasn t it, do tint he persiuideil in try sinnethhifr elc, but order ut once from us ns flireetcit ATHLOPIIOKksOo-. 11'! Wail .II uvt. New V.'t k DCLARKE l! NO FEE I UNTIL CURED ! J-A written guarantee of cure siveii In -v.ry casii undertaken. AU uoiisiilt;iiionn I'rw Jin! Knerpd. Or. Olurku's Celebrated licoit aju; W rill una (In plain unvHupcsl two m tamps V. 0.CLARCK, . Ht.CUIUbi.iinii.-iu. aju. m COUGHS, CROUP AND CONSUMPTIONS sweet cum - MULLEIN. Kwcot pum, rrnthcred from n tree of tho a name, orowlna alonn the -small ftrenniHin the Kmthorn htaten. contains a Minintittlnti exiel. rant principle that l-wsn tlm phloem pn-iui h'tf the early tnomfiifi couch, nnl MlroitlattM itio t Is I Id to Uirow off tho fnlMj tin mhrane in cnnip uml whocpintf-cU(rh. When combined with thu heal in tuucUtwrinoua r-riiioiiile in the mullein plant known remedy f..r Coughs, Croup, Whoo. and rnnauniiition ; and m palatable, any child ti pleased to take e li. am Tnur uruviM mr n. rnna Walter A.T ar Atlaita, V!LK0AU TIME TABLE. t ill Atai, iUK K ISLAM) St VXVIVIC Vim z T-hBi.B JCH I. 18eH TfJ AND moM CH1CAOO. Laot r's-i RiNrensand Mail,.... T 8' - m Amvc. 6 :W p. m 5:S5 p. u 6:1s a. m. 5:10 a. m. r oniii i; Kxprt-tt, .... s: & a. m. Nipht KxprvN lliaw p. m. Limitd Kxprens ,ll:l&p. iu TO AND raOH KANSAS C1TT. pTiri-ti! 6:iu a. m. it K::-re-s, 7:i p. m. 0:55 p. m. ti.Oi) a. in. TO AND rOOH COUNCIL BLDI-M . 7 :00 p. m. 4 50 a. m. 7:66 ,mf 11 :10 p. m. Limited Kii-n ne .. TO AND PROM HIMNMSOTA. Albert Lea Exprecu, 5:40 p.m. TO AND FROM DCS MOINBS. ExpreHM H IW a. m. S,fia. ir. (I IX) p. ni'i'ot, Moline Avnue. A. KI.MliAl.I-, K. 8T. JOHN, tieiK-ra! Sup't. Gen. Ticket & Pan. Ag't ,1. F. COOK, Agent, Re k It land. 4 H1CA4H), lil KllTON A Q I IX V. AHKIVB. a rm a. m 7:s r. m ;i:ir! r. m 7::r p it. 10:45 A. M. Si.LoiiIa E.iliret( B:WA. St.-rl nit; Pasfteiu'er M'l a. TerliiiL' Arronitiuultit ion. 11 :;l a. if. f.oiiin Vnsl Ks. 8 -3H p. b'-mer & Kan. City lis.. . A M)V. II. 1). MACK, Agent. (UK At;), MlbWAlhli: AST. rLL. BOCK IM.AND TRAINS. i.euvep, ... . .. M:irara Airive- 6:40 pin " 11 :1: p in ' ti:ixi a ru 't.A- Areom. 3:0llpm " , :6.aio I't..t Air. mi tcdisni fl:;iUpm FIv'k Uiuch "116:45a in :l6piu II. 1). rf". HOLMES, Agent. KOCK ISLAND A: l'KOIMA KAILWAV. Depot TwcHtietli tdreet. (HHOltTKHT noUTH TOHK EAST AND WKfIT) I.KAVB. AHRIVB, Fast Kxpn'ts Mail mid Ks Arconiinodiilion.. Way Freight,,... 8 : 1 f a.m ....l:lli p. m A:SJ. p. M. 1S;'T, p. m. '4:0:1 A. M 4:00 p. m. 'MII.K BIUNi H. LKAVR ti:an A M A RltlVK. 8:10 a. li:ir. a. m ;( 0 P. !H G. ;() p. si Arenuuuudai ion, . . Mnil , Acceimiioilaliuu.. 9:10 I V. m. " 4 :w v. M. P. Jio:nawai.t, Ai;ent. eloilirliii JJA1LWAY. BIIORTEST ItOCTK TO Til ft EAST AND SOUTH Tralnn leave Hock ltdaiid 4.00 a. m. Way Freight. H. 4ii ' Fur-t Kxprenn. I. 40 p. m. Mail iinii lixprecH (lsi " Thruiih Freight nnd Acconnuodaiiun Trains arrive at Knelt Ilnd : 2. 30 a. in. Thrnugli Freight and Accormnuda-tion 12.45 p. m. M:iil and KxpicL. 5.10 " Faul Kxprefc. 4.tm " Way Freight.' The Fast ratios, leaving llocu Ihltunl nt K..'i a, m. arrive? at. 1'eoria V4.'M p, in., lit Snrtm;tie:ii i.lW p. in., at Decatur 4.00p. in., dackconville 7.U) p. in,, Allon (.'-'( p. in., SL 1,uiip s.l.f p. in., und Tnrre Haute 11.5.1 p. m,, Tijk Wamb Day. M.'tkinu thin the, llKaT nnd tificKEST row hi lo aU pointr Boiithrttft. The l..'tO p.m. trfiin makott close connect inn ni Oalvn Willi ('. H. ifc t. for puintK went ; arriving u' Urili'f!urL' tit 4. "J 5 p. in., at Ibirliustnn H,4(i it, m.. ,i Keel; uk 10. 25 p. m., and tit Oi.incy lo.(ir p. iu. Arriviru at Peoria al ti.33 i. in., inaliiiiu cloft connect ioin with the 1. li. & W. and T. P. A W for Iiiiliaiiiipolie, coinn cling there with nil fc iniiiit1 for the eact ami eonlti. tTFAsT TIME SI HK CONMECTiONS. ;mr rate? an low ih liy any oilier rente. H. it. CAULK. K. C. SroCKHOl'SE, Oeu'l sHpt. (ien'l Ttit. Ai-l. The C hO i. in. Accommorhlliim leaves evcrv ria evceptsundav THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE and gT. PAUL RAILWAY COMPANY. It own and onoratep ncnrlv 5.HOH miles of ihnr ouulily c(piiptKd road In UHIioIh, Wisconsin, Iowa juinnesoia ana uhkoiii. It is tlic Short Line nnd Best Route be tween all principnl points in the North west and Far West. For units, time tables, rnten of noMuire and freight, ele.. in iilv to the liearet utiiiiini jicctit or the Chicago, Milwafikec & St. I'imiI ljnilwuy or tniiny rnilioad agent nnyw here, in the i'mtfi iStntea or Caimiln. R. MILLER, A. V. II. OAR VENTEit, Oen. Paws. A Tkt Ag. GEO. II. HtCAFFORI), As-s't Gen. Pnsn, Agt. General Manager, J, V. TUCK EH, Ass't Oen'l nT'inagei Mil.WAiiitBK, Wisconsin. ff "For not Ices in reference to St-efi'd Exrnr sioiiH. cliniiL'es or time, uiidollier iti ins of inierest in connection Willi the I lucaro, Milwmikee M. Paul Railway, pleut-e refer to the local cohmilia of this DAjo-r. The Line selected bv the I'.S. Covr. to carry the Fast Mail Tha Only Thiough Lm, with tls own tisck, botween CHICAGO, PEORIA crST.LOUSS AND DENVER Either by way o! Oinaha, Pacific June-inn, Atthtaen 01 (nti Coy. It uavarafs all ol tho s (j ( at b:a:el, ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, KANSAS, COLORADO With bf.nch line, tn their imDoit.nt citi.i .rd 1omi. It tuns eve'y ilajf in tne ye.r liorn one In three elegantly .quipped through tiair.s Oterit.owri track, between Chicago and Denver, Chicago and omatia, Chicago and Council Blurts, Chicago and St. Joseph, Chicago and Atchison. Chisago and Kansas City, Chicago and Topeka. Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago and Dubuque. Chicago and SiounCity. 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 Inland, St. Louis and Chicago, Kansas City and Denver. Kansas City and St. Paul. Kansas City and Omaha, Kansas City and Burlington. Orrect Connection maris at e.cn el in Junction pom', i-h Through Trains to end tront poirit. located Oft it At each of it, several Ee&trn end Western termini tl connects in Grand Urron Orrpn's with Through Tre.n, 10 and trom ell prnnts in the United 5tais end Canada. It IS Ih. Prmcrnal Lin. to ' San Francisco, Portland and City of jiexicj Fo Tickets, Rat, Goner I Info-r.ni.on, sic.. icpaidinH th Bufin-con tioutu, call on any Ticket At nt in ti; un ieo stales o ianaua. ot O0rtt HtNRY B. STON, PtftCEVAL 10WELI, CHICAGO. O. E. MILES Engrayer 01 Wood. EXKCUTm CCTS OP Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. At.SO I.EC TROTYPE Pj.ATES ftir.ii.li.td in any numb-!. Offlta and Ilraldencr rttar of diriatlan L'haDel. Brarij aire.t, lrtwutn .tit and 5h, DAVENPORT IA CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE USE OF OPIUM Oft MORPHINEI ie M,dicU Britf, publiehpcl at St. Lnnta, ; tims to the use uf opium or inoribiiie. from " iiu m-mito aince i use of th.dnifTHfurthert-iieot Nettrub , Jwd "Ml0t ff5wi inejuae. ibn, wug : .iniiiy nave u. - eoim - It i eratifyini; U oljtscrve thiit such r--.ua consequt?nees may W averti-d bv the! of Ti-ngalink, which is alinu&t a tieeitic llio aeutti Junu of Neuralgia." . x H-,ISHtflHLTBtC DUVOIfliUP ' ttWVlwiwiti i.rniatWHna j " 6. V. Uvyai U D., PlnevUI., M FOR BALK BY ALL DItLM.UlSTS. PKICR ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE W A. MELL4ER, tStJa Prtuw-wtor. 7rfl and 711 WAaULNGTON AVBMVH. BT. LOUU DAVENPORT BOILER WORKS. GRUPE &. MURRAY. Proprietors. , MHUiifnctiireri of all kiinlw of Ijoi erf. I.tinl (inrt Wnter Tiink-, HeaterH, T.aril Cooleri-, Smoke Mack, J i reei liin. Iron slintti-rif Vault ihwir m i! iron Work for .(nils. Purticnlur attenlion L'iven to rejiairiiif. Urilerf by Mail or Telenipb uroniplly aiu iuleii to. Telephone M. 3-tl. 317 E. SECOND ST., near tiuverninent brhlite, DAVENPORT, IOWA. TJETE AlOLTISfIC WAGON. The Moline Wagon Comp'y MOtsIJV EJ..-IjjXj.XrrarIa3 Manufacturers o Farm, Spring and Freight Wagons. A lull au.l cmnpli:to lino uf Pi.ATKriiiM uml titlii-r Si-kino Waiionr, tsDeciully in apteC to liiR We.Mtcrn 'I'riitli-. of sujn;rior workiniinsl-.ip ami llnisli. t.'prlllutlmtrd I'rkx- Lihl frr t-on njiittir-riitrii. Sre tls.- Mulint- Wtiyotr ln-furt- M.rcht.Hi nsr olln-ra. THOS. JF. GJl.IT, IFii-to no.oL CS-x'rEiLiia or If p-ep.ired lo do ul) kiiub1 'i work in Plain and ei'oaiive llantup; and KalHotniniiig. Aeoiiij.leti sloeli of Wall Paper, Ctirtaiu Fixlurt's, (.Virnift; Poka rim. Uoiun Moiiltlittc-i. Mixed I"ttints always on liuntt. '"Alwi it full line of Art fiotuli and Arlli-ts' MtitcrhtN Lentous i i. liinbroidcry Wnrlt. Ki.ihrotili r Silk-:, .'ordf nitil T'liuey (.ool t U).'iires; cull iiihI lMl,i DR. FOSGATE, 309 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa, 20 years practice, makes all private diseases a specialty, such as Hipiilis, doiionluea, (licet, Stricture, lmpotciwy, Spermalorrlnta, all urinary troubles and mercurial affections of the throat, nUin and bones. Cancers, Tumors, Piles, Catarrh and all chronic diseases treat ed successfully. Consultation and correspondence free. tWAll lctli-rr. promi'lly Htinwrrt'd Martin, Woods & Co., 117 East Second Street, - - Davknpoht, Wholesale Fruits, Nuts, Etc. Coin minK ion and st finite. Agents for the I'elehnited IL P. Stanley's Sons "first iinlily" Micitigan and N. Vr. .Apples. Hpeclnl nttenii'ii Klven to Cur Load orders. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, I 706 Second avenue. WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE SEE BY EXAMININC j i s o to n s i S-)l$0l I CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY By reason of ita control position and clone relation to nil principal lin East and west, at initial and terminal points,, conHtitutoa tho mo?t nnportHiit mid-continental link in that systu.n of through lrfinrtportntion v. hirli Jnx-iUra and fticili tatos tr.ivol and tratlio but ween ritiua of tho Atlaiitlc and Pacific Coasw. It it also the favorite and Ijost routo to mid from point Ka&t, Northeast and fciouthoaat, and corresponding points W eiat., Northwest nnd Southwest. The nock Inland evatotn includes m it- main lino and brunches, Chiran-o, Joliot, Ottawa, L.a Salle, feoria. Onnoaeo, Molmo and Rock Inland, In Illinois; Davenport, Muscatine, Washington, l-'airiield, ottnmwa. OwkalooBa, Went Liberty, Iowa City, Ie3 Muinrt indiunola, Wintfrset Atlantic, Knoxvllle. Audubon, Harlan, Gutlirie Centre and Council bluffs, in Iowa; Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri; Leavenworth and AtchiRon, In Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and JSt Paul, in Minnesota; Watortown la Dakota, and hundreds of mtermediato cities, to wtis, villages aud stations. THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantees its patrons thMt sense ut prsonnl tMicurity afforded by a solid thoroughly ballasted road-bed: smootii trafk-i ot continuous steel rail;sub Svantlally built culverts and bridges; rolling stock as near perfection human skill can make it ; the Bafety appliances or patent buffers, platforms and air-brakes: and that exacting discipline which governs the practical operation of all Its trains- Oror 3pociliie3 of this route are Transfers at ail connecting points in Union Depots, and the unsurpassed comforts and luxuries of its Passenger Ekiuipraetit. Tho Past Exprps Trains botween Chicago and the MItrouH River are com posed of well ventilated, finely upholstered Day Coaches, Mafrnlticent Pullman Palace Sleepers of the Litest design, and sumptuous Dining Cars, in which elaborately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, "prood Digestion waiting on Appetite, and Health on both." Between Chicago and .Kansas City and Atchison, are also run tne Celebrated Reclining: 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 points in the Territories and British Provinces. Over this routo, Past Express Trams are rr.n to the watering places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and huntincr and fish ing grounds of Iowa and Minnesota It is also the most desirable route to the rich wheat fields and pastoral lands of interior Dakota. Still another D1RKCT LINE, via Seneca and Kankalree, has been opened between Newport News. Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Latayette and Council Bluffs. Kansas City, Minneapolis and St. Paul and Intermediate points. For detailed information see Maps and Folders, obtainable, as well as Tickets, at ail principal Ticket Offices in tho United States and Canada; or by addressing ' R. R. CABLE. President anal General Manager, CM " tTad Tortflrmliiift In I tMie of Nnju of 13 w U iivrb staniiniii. which had naiiiti. . ina Uu patuwt dun - ' anpn loncaiioe a fw trial in Niralia Cin fur that tiuwa.' J. P. RlKEMLhtm " I coiwi.lPr Tongallno the beat preparation far NearalsrkA 1 ham nvor tn.nl " 'ii in P.iiiitinjr tmtl French ! it H nn; fol'i at eUu?e ter-t pneeu of work. ypooml Avenue, HOCK ISLAND, ILL. Telephone 144. says www a CEOCRAPHV OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL THIS MAP, THAT THE L V I 1SPO I S E.St.Louia -! E. ST. JOHN, rl Tackti and FMMngar Agant, Chicago. 1 An ,1 ,.',