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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1885.
ADOLPH PRISIUS, IMPOKTKR AND JOBBER OF ooks, Stationery, Toys - Musical Instruments. Largest assortment in tlio Htate of Artists Materials unj Picture Frames. . No. 316 West Second St., bet. Harrison and Ripley Sts., Davenport, Iowa. FURS! at the lowest prl'eri, Sealskin Cloaks, GOODS Made to order. 1'IIB OLD Headquarters KverrtlilnK In the Fur line in Sunk. T. RIOHTER, 823 West 8econd PARK & Now is IfTComc and aee its. HARD Best Quality Egg and Grate, Range, Nut, and No. 4, - All the Best Quality, Extra Curtiijie on nil oidi-lr leu tlinn a lin. Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowles' Steam Pumps, Inspirators arid Ejectors, Wroimlil. CikI unci I.eail ripe. Pine Fltlhii! anil llrass Unwlil of every ilenrriplinn: Jiublior Uo and i'lli'kim: of nil klnilri; DrniiiTile anil Sewer 1'iiii'. OIHcennil Shop Hil t Thinl Ave, ROOK ISLAND, IU... LAND AND LOAN OFFICE. MEDILL & WHITEHEAD, POST OFFICII HI.Ol'K, "OCR 1SI.ANI1. 11.1, Land for sale on Six to Twenty Years lime. I-" $250,000-00 T( LOAN in iiiiioilnti' to unit on Farm properly. fiVj to? percent. At the Davenport ( Hook KM' lit Uam ulation ('OMMrillt'IAI. b.W. I'llO NOlj KA I'll V, TYPK WitlTI Nl, L Tki.eiihai'hv. THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - Opp. Harper House. lT I'lie -Tivom" hu lately been traimfornu il Into a IMlare i-iiurilliiK in e;ery repoet the llne ,ilo.in in CtiiciiKO anil mirpasiiliilf aiiytklnit in tile threee Men A umlwr of Ka.i openiteil by mac hinei y for aeepini! llie ain I one of tile leailini! feat ure of he place. The l.liiiul Kefri'hhmenti" !llpenej at thin eat.ilIUhinent if in beopinBWitli It irnuul Imprint ineiit. An elefiinl liineh nerved every niorniiiB. All kinds ol SiiiiiIwii-Iiiis nerved on nliort notice. JOE HUBER'S CENTER STATION! No. :$16 Moline Avenue, Rock Island, 111. Fine Stock of Wines, Beer, Liquors, Cigars, Etc Alwayt on blind. TAYLOR HOUSE. Cor. Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth street, Hill 1-1. 1 1' TIIUKKNSC1I11I. rioprielo r-'riii llou-e ha lu'en llioron::lily rranvtiti-d pul.lie. Hoarder in leatuma .le rales, tunneri. EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. SALOON And MILLIARD HALL, ISrlow the C. It. I. & P. Depot. Moline Ave, Rock IMaml, 111. Imported and rtonifntii- Heer and Wine, Fine i.ibuon ami Cij;irs al-,--.ys on hand. THE CENTRALS NO. 1717 SECOND AVENUE, IOHM C. LaFRENZ. - PROPRIETOR. A choice finrlc of Beer, wine. Liquors imi JOHN SCHAFER, Proprietor Centennil Hall, Dealer in Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 1310 Tliirtl Avenue. Rock Island, Ills, Thu olae ilia ne-'nrelitted and refurnialted Slid Is now one of tile liesl Saloon In the rlly. lUf Lnnni-h every innrnin. FERDINAND GROSS' SAMPLE ROOM, lathe room formerly occupied a ft (.'oiilecnonery uj r rail.. tflm iM-si of B-JiT, Wines, L.qimrw mid I'lSAr GEORGE PAH L'S Restaurant and Oyster Depot, Beefsteak, Oysters and Game in Season, At Lothir llirm Place, c-irner First t Avt-nuc and Klithteenlh Si t GEO. WALDMAN, Cutter, Grinder and Dealer in all Kinds of CUTLERY. baton, shear aaora and Clipnere aliarpened lathe Ken manner. No. 308 Harrison 3t., Davenport, Iowa. AND - FURS! -ill liny aliaiit denireU. Sealskin Mantles. Fur Goods He paired. HKLIAIil.K for Fur Goods, All khilriol Pur TrlinmlnKa. The PURBIER Street, Davenport. ELLIS, the time to secure bargains. V- have marked our Summer Goods down to cost in order to clear ourselves before Fall Goods come in. PARK. & ELLIS, 1 704 Second Avenue. COAL. - - - 17,75 per tn. - - ,00 " " Screened and delivered. Orili r tukrn fur Hurt! anil Knfr Wiiml. C. C. TKUESDALE, At lr. M. KxpreKp io.' Olllce Business College, Rukpino, ui;ncan a hawks, I'rop'u-ei ROCK ISLAND. ami re fnrnislieil tlironeliout anil h im open to tin wllllllld llllri Motel a nice .toppinc place. up l,d3m f'titrs til ways on li'ind. A fair share of public pat' inntj II u No. 319 Twentieth Street. constantly on hand. Rock Island, 111. Lots of People Say, "OH MY HUNTS yinfjry. BACK." rfEVeKWkj ffmwrrVrrtn Her Is Solid A 1 TESTIMONY from Hard Work! up Men Machinist and BoUtlnr. "I have becu trotibk-d years with, kidney and bluildrr difflculty: After ucing fonr bottles of Ilt NT't Kidnry and Liver JtEMEDY I have been coinpletcly cured.'1 William C. Clark, Mason and BniLlor, Aiibnni, N. Y. "Health is better than weaiih." Mucblnlst. Mr. Cportr Kartr. Machinist. 1138 TliilneATe. Philadi'lulnu, Pa-.caVH; 'ily diffuse started when I whm auite it voiintr Indbv liavuiu wiRk knlne I tuvc used jiiMt six U.ltlosof Hunt's IKiiiney and I.iver) IIkmkdy. and I ttolemnly proclaim, 1 let like a new man. Good counsel has no price, obey it.' Mechanic. Mr. Henry Williams, Mechanic, East Bridge port, Conn., saya: "About two months ago I caught -i heavy cold, which settled in my kidneys, I yot a bottlo of Hunt's Kidney and Liver Rkiieut and with the first Amo bein to get well.' "Light BUppersmakcs long lives." " llailrond Man, Prank H. Lee. offlcn N. Y. C. & TT. U. R. Little Kalia, N. Y., June M, ihk:i, eiiys: -My rather, c years old, had eevero kidney and blmtder dist':i-i furWveurs. urination canning anito imln. rl'tn weakness was so creat he wits obliged to wear a rubber bug. Twelve bottles of Hunt's Kidney Hkmedt e.ompletely enred him, and we consider it remarkable. e cheorfully recoiumend it.1 "Deeds aro better than words." 1 llnrrr's fKidnev and Liverl liEMEnr has stood the teat of time. It has been before the public fur uvemy years, ami nas curen every yeur inounnmn of neoiile siilTeriiiir from various diseases of Ihi Kidneys and Liver, and kindred disorders, who bad failed to net relief from doctors ami who exnected never to lie cured. Tlnmsandu of textimonialrj from such persons attest ltd value. Send for btwik. "Alls weil that ends well." Sold by all druggists. Price $1.35. ! HUNT'S KKMEDY CO., Providonee, R. I. V. N. CltlTTKN'rON. (ieneral Atrn.t, N. V- THE GREAT Unfailing Specific liverTsease SYMPTOMS: I HIM, ror bad tattle in mill ; Hi tie coated white 11 h a brown fur : iniin in lnn I; . jiiinis--onen misitiiKeii fur Kheiimiiti-ni ; Sni'it timach; i.ohiof aim tTiTK; f itnciiiiieK nainia tr waierlirasb. or in(iiestion ; rliitiih iny and neii! eruetyiioiiB; bo elu alternately enslive mid Ins: lli AiiAfHK; Nimx of nieiiniry, with a puinf.-i h'ii niii Ion of liahu; failed , do wnneiliinir w tii. , ought to have been done; ItKliii.n v; low spirit; a thick YKl.l.ow HimearHiireof tlis kin ami a dry eolith: fever; rest lefnes-; the urine scanty nnii highly colored, mid, if allowed to Mam!, Ii'l-o-i'n M'llimeitl. Simmons Liver Regulator, PURELY VEGETABLE, An etTeelual specific for Miilariti, DvnenHia, mstipiitiuii, Iliiliniism'Sii. Sick Ik'Hdache, Jmmtliro, Nausea, Colic, Mental DtpreRHion, Hnwi-I CumplainlH, JCtc , Kte. Ik generally ued in the south to annise the Tur- il i.ivur ton tie tilt hy itetion, II acts wtliiont diMnilunre ta the sVr-teni. diet or oeeiipat on. It I(i:o i i.atkm tiil I.ivek. mid HUnert tne tuio to act an the purge. Tee excews it Idle br ill!? removed, n Tnvn kpfri i' ii i diieed ai.d li -stilt is perfectly restored. e Rnsiilfifrir is given willi havktv mid the haniilei-t ri-Millri to the most delieate infant, l-'or all dieanci in which a I.axativk, Ai-TKhati-. i; or T1VK it needed it will give (he inot iierfect i t nil. I in i'hvtiufnt I'tiMMt mi, ft,' fiimntj MMH'in? tn tin- iYorltt. e lliat von L'et the Dnnnina. ntlhthe rt-il 7 ii Mi-iit im "mjijii-i, ireji!in:u oniy oy J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietors, PHILADELPHIA, TA. aug-81-eodwl.v SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COO LIVER OIL And Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Almost asalatableas Milk. Tho nnly prpnarstlon of COD LITER Oil. that can lie taken readily anil tolerated for a lung time jii !t a ki inn rnn rnjismpTin. Sl llOU I IH S KH:iTIH.VS. A AI HH, :kal iiiiiii ii v. iiii,iis AMI thimiat av. KtTIOVS, and all WAKTIXtl IHSOIllimS Of ( llll.llltl N It In niarrflloiH In Ita rennln. l'reecrilil-d and endnrst-il hv thn I'l,vtMan. In tho countries of tho world. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. rfl,1-A F E U ELY'S (Jl caul CctlUl Cleanses tho head Allavs Inllnmma' tion. Ileitis sores, Restores l he sen ses of Itiste, hear in" ami Smell. A Quick Iielief A Y-FEVER Positive Cure Crsfal.1 Balm hnn ginned an enviable restitution nerevr't uiinwn, u ispiacing ai i oittv rprepit ranons pitrtiele ir applied Into each n'il relieve! pain at once. i atireeahle to iisl' I'riee 3le. a riimritiii'. or ov mini, neno lor eircttiar. Kl.Y nlttmiKH, Draggists, Owego, N. V. sCla WHEAT mflm III Dnbinrv Dnmrlnr 7 (GOLD MEDAL AT NEW ORLEANS.) I'ndnrecil by the leading- IIoIpIm In Itiu Country. Approved hy tlip (tiovernnient C'hc niiiu fr the Indian Comniiitmion. iAiiri KAi,Fi.i:iM irs non. EHtul.lifliefl li29. NEW TOItK. PHOSACID. . 11. IIAVKS. II. C. t'LBAVin.AN EHTAl'.I.lSHSn 16C8. Hayes & Cleaveland, J O hjNBHAI. nsurance Agents Fire, Life & Aocident Insurance, OFFK'B Hrnohton BlxirB. BOCK ISLAND, ILL. All Ixisset 1'romptly Adjnstrd and Palda this A cent v. Pennyroyal Pills. "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." TUB OKIOIS'AL AKU ONLY CKNV1NB. Ie and alwax reliable. Itewsre of wobtii lishs untation; lu'lipetifiihle for I. A1IE S. Ack vonr lnnrcist for ('hh. iibs'TKR's Enoli-iii" and Inke no other, or incline tc. tftnmpi) to us fur iMirtic niar? im itntr uy reiiirnmau. Name Pjh-er. -hichi;sk-r CiiKwien. Co.. MMiimon Sun ire. Hiil.nleltihia. I'a. Trade supplied by KO. V. G)MDVlN t '-, W ATKINS k HILL. Dealers la Dry and Green Wood. Will also attend to Hanlbtg of all sinds Office at yards, corner of r-tb street on MoPce avenue. Telephone No 197; orders may b eft at either piece oct-i-dir A DROP TO DEATH. HORRIBLE FATE OF LABORERS ON A NEW YORK RAILROAD. Three Men Killed While Descend Ins a. Shaft Frightful Death In m Tennessee Haw-Mill Four Uvea tXot in Kali way Collision. Nkw Yokk. Nov. HO. A terrible accident occurred earJy Saturday morning at a place called Merrittei Corner, N. Y.t in West Chester county, on the line of the New York City & Northern railroad. While a number of workmen were descending a shaft at the new acquod uct works the guard slide caught, when but a short dis tance from the top, thro win) out one of the occupants uf the car nam oil John Ki wards. In hi fall Ed wards struck against a bucket which was coming up the shaft, also containing several workmen. The concua-iion threw James Burke, Michael Doyle, and an Italian, name unknown, from the ascending car, and th.-y, with Eiwarda, fell to the bottom of the shaft, a distance of J5 toot, KdwarJa, Burke and 1 yie were instantly killoJ, and the Italian mh tained injurie that will probably prove fatal Hk skull is f raetut-ed. Hurke leaves a wife and chil l. Doyle was alo a mar rio'i man and leaves a family ir. Ireland. E l ward leavo a wife and child in somy part of Pennsylvania. A Tennewiiee Horror. C it att anochi a, Ton n. , Nov. SO, I' aac Cooper, an old and a too rued citizen of Oak Hill, in Ovortun county, met a most horri ble duath in bis saw-mill. While at work his foot clipped and ho fell on tho log car riage. In the effort to save himself he gra pod the haw, and tn an instant both his arms were off. HU body was thrown at right angles to the revolving instrument, which cutoff the tap of lii-t hoad, completely removing the brain and scattering blood and fragments of the skull about the mill. Another direction was given to tho dismembered truuk, and it was cut through the collar bone to the hip before the only spectator of the dread ful tragedy could regain his presence of imiiu aim stop uio machine's ghastly work. Killed In Their Place of Kefuge. Uaiaehton, Tex.. Nov. 3). A snecial from Hlingtown says: Hix workmen entered a vacant building four miles north of thi: piace, u-ea uy tue soction men as a pro tection iroia ram. The bouse was built of tia. with an earth rool Ilio imn bunt a fire and went leop. lue iwiats sunnortiu the structure caught fire and t!io buildings tumbled in. ktlung th"BB of tho inon outrieht and seri ously injuring the other throe. The killed were: William Linlell. of Carbon. Ind. . . j'ora, o( Aiiimrn, N. Y. ; an un known man, wh,,s i lenttty could not be es- tauiisnod. iuo otuar throe will recover. Accident on the Northern Faeltlc, liKi.KVA, M. T.. Nov. ;W. A terrible col Ii-iion occurred belw-den a freight and a tea train on tho Northern Pacific railroad, near the Missouri, Friday morning. Four men wore killed, two others mortallv in jure I, and twenty curs were do railed. The accident u e i urged to tlie carelesuess of the eninoor of the freight train. ieath oftliH (ullfoi-nla Wonder. CLKVKt.ANij, Onio, Nov. 3D. A urivate dispittch from San Kmnciscj says that the t-rown goidm- iicident Z I died Nov. Ixi ol colic after two hours' tllues. This is the fatnom California wonder, and a mo remarkable histury ho bad. llli WAf foril.nl in lti.H nil tliA fnrm of Mat Hliaw, Saeraiii'jnto city, ilia hire was Doc, a son of Kt. t'luir, the tutoer, and his ilama California in-iro ol Kniuiiah m-itrin lie was a i-mall, wild colt, never going over utiee-ii uuiins in ins pnm. Muciiea to sand-cart ut KicraiiuiiLo and known i "Charley." in IS; W a hoiso amatotir bought uim. uul no soeme.1, like Uoldsnulh Alanl, 1o be unlumable. lie-was sold and resold, and 11 ti ally got into tho hands of Sydney Kl.lroil. He half in as to rod him. and the despised "Charley, renamed Occident, sup. urteil all horsHinun by trotting a half-mile ' uui.ioiinTiimi in ouiy, ioiu, ill iit-ip, Thon Kenatur l-land Stanford bought him i"i- j, p. wmitu, tue trainer thoroughly brortis th.t colt, and, though he iri'ifctJi iiti Hiirwiii-iis, no wasn e a cam paigner. Dtwemi 18r:i and 1S78 he won five vhva34 an 1 Iot eight. His s(oed was in his immense trido. He was driven in most of his races by liudd Doblo, of Chicago. AVall Street Humor. Nkw Yoiik. Nov. 3a Wall Btreet was rife triday with rumow, the most notable of wh ch win the reported sale by Jay G mi l, Kussull H tgo an I Cyrus W. Field to Uiilinm 11. Vanlerbilt and his party, o 5i),U0U llaro of Manhattan consolidated stock at a price lie low the ruling quotation or me snare in cue street. Uno of the con- aiuoiH upon wmcn iur. vanderbtlb pur chased the stock Is that neither Gould, Sage nor i-ieiLi sunn ititeriere with the proposed i .road way undsrground railroad. It further state 1 in well-informed circles that .Mr. (Joul 1, who retfros from the ilrtn of XV Connor & Co., on Jan. 1, bad bought the si-ock an i Doiijs or tuo fordham avenue. a-t tide franchise, which road it is his in ten tion to build. Texas Laud Laws. Austin, Tex., Nov. 'JO. The state land board has adapted au ad I rest to the gov ernoron the subjict of tbe land laws and their violation. The address cays that the boar J Itmrns that the land in closure act and the act for the sale nn 1 lease of educational land havo been, and are now being, oinly ana notoriously vioiatoa; tnat a soopo ol country in tne wosteru part of the state em bracing over H'O.tHJUtquare miles,nearly one- half of which is educational land, is held by a population not exceeding 5,000 souls: that a larfce inaj rity of tho-e occupant 4 are there in violation of tha law, and thai graBs is boin foi up m and timber sold mvJ cut Iy tliL'sa usurpjcs in open doilauce o: tbe law. Tbe I'reHlilnut of the Hen ate. Nkw Yokk, Nov. Bj, The Sun's Wash- ingioit special my the Papublicmi sotiator are engaged fn a movement to elect either ijogmi or Shoriuaii as president of tbe sen ate instead of Klnmiids. Itecause if tho re suit i f the presidential election in ItSSS j close or uouhttul, aJaiunu-i could not be relied up n to interpret the constitution in the itppubiicati tntore-t In announcing the result last Kebruary he distinctly de clarol that he did ft without havuu any auinoruy in law r.o aeeiare any legal con elusion whntevt-r. In other word-', bt sim 1 1 announced the contents of the re turns. In cihb of a dispute this would throw tuo deciding ivwLr into the bands of the Ddiuooratic majjrify on joint ballot rewoftne K-pnblican enators share Mr. .Edmunds1 view ol tiii- n.je-itiou. A Marine 31$-itnry Cleared- Up. -Clkvelanij. Nov. 3. Ths mystery sur rounding the wreck of tho sch'Hjner High land Maid, found floatiu bottom up ia the lake, has baen cleared up It was learned that the crew quit the vessel because sbi the recent storm. Toey arj sa w at H.i deau. Captain Mitchell, nf the bark Antoina S da. New l nrk and Havana trade, came home in May, entirely lielplt ss with rheu matism, lie, went to the mountains, but receiving no benefi, at hi wife's request ncoan to take Hood -s S nsapai i!lu . He inuiediait-ly hefau to improve; in two month? his rheumatism waft all fronc, and he s.iiled in command if his vess l a well man. Hood's S;irsHpanl!a will help you. Sold by nil drugging. A valuable fragment of Homer's, Odvssev" ban been found at Vienna. It laics from the second cenutry. BncUen'i Arnica Salve The orealfsi medical wonder of the world Warranted lo speflily cure burns, bruises. cuts, ulcere, salt rheum, fever sores, can cers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chap pod hands, and all skin eruptions, gu anon teed to cure in every instance, or movey refunded. 23 cents per brx For sale by Hartz At. Kahusru AN ANSWKK WANTED. Can any one brine us a cast; of Kidney or Liver Complaint that UicKIctric Cillers will not speedily rurc ? We say that tlicy cannot, as thousands of cases already jter manently cured and and who are daily re commending Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright's Disease, Diabetes, week Backj or any urinary complaintqukkly cured; they purify the blood, regrulaic the bowels, and art directly on tho diseased parts. Every buttle yuaruntt'cd. For sale at 5(k a bot tle by liiirtz & Bull use n. Five blind ladies in New Yord City have organized a free cuculnting library for others siroilarlv a til ic led. "O, niyback!'1 The man with weak back, gore loins, lias kidney disease, which Hunt's Kidney and Liver Kenn edy ahvas cures. I used pint of two bottles of Ely's Cream Balm and can say I am entirely cured of catarrh. Charles Biiisel. Co. K . 17th Infantry. Fort Custer, M. T. The Mirror is no flatterer. . Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Halm is the charm er that almost cheats the lookin-Lrlass. ABE HAIB FINS INJUKI0US? The largest percentage of neuralgic lieoilacbe seems to bo among ladies, aud must certainly have a cause, rionie have attributed it to the hair being tightly drawn over the head and held in place by hair pins; in this way the nerves of tue seam are irritated ami neuralgia caused. Belief is sometimes experienced by removing the hair pins, hut it is only temporary. J. I Aiallctte, of tho Mallettc & Kay itiond Manufacturing Couijiiutv, No. South ('anal street, Chinigo, fells as fol lows how his wile was coinjil. tely cured of neuralgia : " Yes; Kite was sick oll'atnl nn for a long time, but a half l.otltc ot Atldophoros cured her so that the lt;is net sulTeretl any since. When it was iirct reeoiu incuded lo Iter t-iv would rml gel if, as she was always opposed to titkitig any kind of patent inedic inc. But as the treiitment she was under gave her no relief I insisted on her trying Athlo'.lmiuB. After using half a bottle the neuralgia ws gone, and lias not returned .'dnee. 1 told a gentleman at the Walnut House, ireciieeistlc, Ind., where I was stopping, to get a bottle aud if it dill not cure the inleite suUering that lie was enduring he could have the cost of the lucdieiiu added to my hole! bill." "Well, did it cure him?" 'Yes; it cured him at once. 1 havr recommended it to at least fifty ilihVnn persons, and hi every ea.o that J knuv about it has always given iho same gni.-i results." James T. Clibbin, room 3 No. lUfl Dear born street, Chieitgo, 111., is enthusiastic i: his praise of the medicine that hasctir.v bim of his rheumatism alter lit- had tried it: vain many ditlerent remedies as well a physicians. " It was iiillaminalory rheumatism tin: had a firm hold of me, he says. " Man; times it laid me aside from my husinew. confining nic to ihe house and many tiilu to my bed. Medicine did me no good, it hxtked as if 1 was doomed to miller ou without anv relief." "Howdid vou come to use Athlophoros, Mr.tiiblmi?" " It was in this way. Mv occupation being that of a traveling man, luid the opportu nity of coming in cont'mf with many rheiN rnaticsullerersand consequently was recom mended to use all ihe leading remedies on the market, many of which 1 used with no benefit whatever. During my tripsin Beaver Dam, Wis., I became acquainted' with a lady who was a confirmed invalid from rheumatism. She could not walk at the time 1 first met her, but wtts rolled around in an invalid chair. Whenever 1 went there we always com pn red notes on the rheumatic question. One day last winter I was ttstoni.-Jicd to find her walking around and well from tho rheumatism. Upon inquiry as to how she got well she Bit id Athlophoros bad done tho work. Knowing what a wonderful cure this was, as her case was a very severe one, I at once commenced using the medicine myself. The relief and cure was very quick." "How much did volt iak-e in all V "Four bodies." " Have yon had any return of Ihe com plaint?" "Not at all." If yon cannot pet ATni.rtptroRoaoryom dnifr-. pist, we'will send ft i Nt.ro-- ptml. on receipt of rcmilnr iirice otie (lolhir per bottle. We prefer that you buy ii from our (l-nt'it. but If he hnsn t It, ilo not l-ii pomi-u'lfd fc, trv something else, hut onier at one' fr 'in u: hs dfrecu-d. AiiiUicitoiuw To., 11J Wf.ll r'ireet. New York CLARKE IND FEEt UNTIL CURED ! M'if wrlttnn cuarnnlee or cure civuri in l v.-rv case undertaken. -ALl cnnsnltuliotis l-'ra anc Narrcd. Dr. Clarke's Celebrated Kcok sji, Yt riiins (in plain euveiopeio iwo luinpi. I.D.etuBKIf. D..1S0 So. I LI UK ST. tlllli JU, n COUGHS, CROUP AND CONSUMPTIONS SWEET CURS" MULLEIN. Tbe sweet mm. as cJithonvl from ntroA nt tht same name, (trnwlmt along tho ntnull str.-arai in tbe Foil them Maien, cm tains a stuouiatiim expecto rant pnm-ipiu msi i'Hnens mo i-nieirm pniwncina t tie early morning rouitta. anil fttniulates the iiat!a mnw ira iim uiiw iui-rnnr in rroup ana honninirrfvtnirh. Whi-n iinihmt-il with l)i hum. trur mucilajflin-UB principle In the mullein plant i mo oiu ueius, ircm-n t in i a i.ok .i .iin.nob eh liMtnv or sweet hvm ani Mft.LEix the finest nuwn remedT for t'nuiilis. Cnmo. Wh(KiDlnu-iuiih nd Connumptlon ; and 00 palatn.b)e, ny child is iipum te tase n. n n jou r uruvum ior n. rnea, fcicand 91. Wltr A.Taj-Uir. AlliMiC. tta. iAlLROAI TIMETABLE. CUM A J, HOCK ISLAM) & PACIFIC 1'IMB TBI-B JUKB 1. SM i u a Kit TV.OH CHtrASO. Ki t Ktt riM-anu Jtttttt T3'i.tu. Vornlr.g Ksprecs h: &&. m. N-ht K 1 press 10 0U p. m. Limited EsprCha 11:15 p.m. Arrivt. 0 K p. m 5:;15 p. ui rt:ia a. m. 5:10 a. ro. TO AMD ritUM KANSAS C1TT. Day KxprcFS, . (SriO a.m. O Wp-tn. Miybt r.xpree T OH p.m. 8.0J a. tu. TO AND FROM COtTMCO, BLUFFS KTpr.11, 7:00 p.m. 7:55 a. mf Limited ti.preg? 4 60 a. m. 11 :1U p. m. TO AMD rOK MINMRSOTA. A Ibert Lea Sxpreca, 5:40 p. m. S fit a. n-. to an n raou dch moineu, Kiprefu S 3 l a. m. 0 0.1 p. tu Dt-jiot, Moline Avenue. A.KIMBALL, E. ST. JOHN, O en era! Snn't. Gen. Ticket A Panp. Ag't J. F. COOK, Agent, ItK.k lulnad. CHICAGO, lll ltLIN(;TON A i:iMt'Y. T.KAVK. AKK1VB. tSl.lxitHf' Rxpreni B:r0A.ll. O TiOa.ii. Sterluiy PiiMneimcr 7:10 a. m. 7:Jf I. M . Sterling Aerotutnodatioo.ll '.M a. m. D:t.'ir. M St. I.ti-jin Funt Kx 8:3ll r. M. 7:;ip ,m. lull vt-r A K:ili. t'ity Kx... .4 :ilo i. u. IU 'AT a. si. li. I). MACK. A L'eui. CHICAGO, MILM'AUKKK i ST. TAI L. BOf'K IkL'KI) TUAINm snr a ni At nve. . Lcuvin . . I':10p 111 ..11 : Wt. Ari-,ini. s:na p m " Pt. Arconi 9:'J0a m Klv'tf Lutcli'ii6 :45 a 111 K. 1. rf IIOI.MKS f p 111 KOCK ISLANDS ITOllI V I1A1IAVA V. Depot Twentieth street, (SIIO RTKRT IIOUTB TOTMR BABT AND WKHT) LKAVF. ARBIVB, Crtut KxpreuR 8:1 1 A. . . '!: r. Mail ami Kx 1:10 p. M. 18:: 5 p. . Ari-oinnioiitition 7;! r. U. ii:ft) a. M. Way Freight, 6:00a. m. 4 :m r. w. CAUI.R BRANCH.- LKAVK Atllttvt Areommoilation t'r.H't a m h-10a. v Hall :0 a. m. 11 :if a. m. AeotinnO(lation l-':45 p. m. ;i 0 r. M. 4: 0 l. m. 6. 30 p. l. P. (J UK NAM" ALT, Agent. OCK ISLAND & FBOfiin RAILWAY. SHORTEST nnCTR TO TUB EAST AND SOUTH TraltiP leave Itork Inland 4.0(1 a. m. Way Krelght. 8.45 ' VhM ExprcfU. 1.4U p. nt. Mail iitul lixiiren 6,r.ti " Through Fruilitand Acconuuodatioa Trains arrive at ltock Irlumi; 2, SO a. tn. Through Freight utul Arcommodalioit. I3.4fi p. in. Mail tiiid Kxprewn. 5.10 " Kant Expreni. 4.00 " Way Fri'ifiht. The Vast Kximikm!, h aving Hoi a llaml at M..'Kt i. m. Hrriven at Peoria Id. 20 p. 111., at Spritiglleld Li.") p. m., al Deenttir 4.00p. tn., . tick toit v i 1 1 7.1.0 p. in.. Alton 7.20 p. in., Ht Loin's s.lfi p. tn.. utui Tern Haute 11.55 p. in., The Sasib Iay. Mal.inu thin the Hkht and tiim-KKiT route to all point HO'Ulu-'lH!. The l.4o p.m. train makep cloce roiiiiection at (Jalva with ('. 11 A t. for point west ; at rivine, ui (jfoeslmrg at 4.25 p. tn., at HnrliiiKton 0.10 p. tu,. ;u Keokuk 10.25 p. in., find nt ljuim-y lO.ofi j.. m. Arrtvipg at Peoria at ti.Sil t. in., innltii.-j elo- connect 10114 with the I. II. A W. mid 'J', p. ji V for Indi;inapoIin. eonnecliiiy; there with uli 1'ir triiinc for ihe eiinl and onth. rTFAST TIM K M'Kk CONN KCTIoNS. an. aten at low as hy any ot her route. It. It. CAULK, li. r. s rucKHUT'SK. Gen'l Rnpt. ficn'l Tkt. Agt, The f U p. in. Acconim)dation le!lve every t ercept Kiutiluv. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE Ago gT. pAUL RAILWAY COMPANY. It owns and operates nearlv fi.fmn miles of ilmr onyhly equipped road in lllihoiti, WiHconKiii, inwii juiiiui'hola una uiikotn. It is the Short Line and Rest Route bt twecn all principal points in the North west and Far West. For tii'ipu, time tables, rstes of pncunce and freight, eu-., njiply lot he neitrei-1 nt tit ion ajjeiil in 1 ue . jiirjii'fr. m wii ntee a- ?i. i'j 1 in wiivm to any milrond iij-ent anywhere in ihe t'tiltei Stales or Canada. It. MILLKIt, A. V. II.CARJ'ENTEIt, Genera! Manager. (Jen. Pass. A Tkt Au J. V. TtlCKEK, GKO, II. MKAPKOItD. Asit fJen'1 Manitger. Ao't-Cien. Phuh. Ayt MlI.WACIlKK, AVli:ONrlN. tWKor not ires in reference to Sia-eiiil Kxenr sions, rhfinges of time, and other items of interest In connection will) the ( bit aeo. Milwaukee & rt. Pant Itailway, p!eioe refer to the local columns of tliir. naper. Tho Line selected by tho 1.1. Cov to carry tho Fast MaiJ Tho Only Through Lmm, with itl own track, btwaon CHIG&uO, PEORIA or St. L0U3S AfiD DENVER Either by way cl Omaha, Pacific June-ion. Mchiion 0t ran,i ny. it tovrsv : 1 or tii cm Lee at b:a'i, ILLINOIS, IOWA, MiSSOURI, NEBRASKA, KANSAS, COLORADO With b'.nth line, to thcif iiTno,!-' a'd towre. It lun sv.iy day in tho ycai !rv ,'co clei.Bf.tlv vquippau inroun tiair.a ov.f ui c. V DfliM.ei Chicago and Denver Chicago and Omana, Chicago and Council Bluffs, Chicago and St. Joseph, Chicaao and Atchison. Chisago and Kansas City, Chicago and Topcka, Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago and Oubuqurj, Chicago 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. flirect Conn.ctton mida at .,v-.h ol ill Juncl-on pmn'i hh Thisueh Ti.ir.a to ar.d itom ooinl. Incatad on im bi.nch.t. At .ich of it. ove,al Eastern and We. lam termini it in.ctin Grand Union Dep'.'s wilh Thro-jfrh Tra n. o and tiom all porr.t. in trto Ur.ued Sure, and Canada. It is th. Pr.ncipal Lrn. to San Francisco, Portland and Gily of lam) rot licketf. Hsiet, Gsnrrsl In to 'mat. on, etc rp-3r0t-vg Burlington Rout. ct or any Ticul At rt n U Umtd 5tata ot Canada, or sddteis HENRY B. STONf. PLRCEVAL L0WFXL. uit uan'l MtMgef. ur,'i f:. Aes.it, CHICAGO. O. E. PvllLES Enpyer od fool KSECUTEJ ccts of Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, lie. Also lisc tkotype Plates furoinhctl lu all, niimbcl. Office .rid Ki-aiilenrp rfar of Chri.uan r h Del. Br.d; ttiett, lietween 4th and 5tti, PAVEWPOWT IA Thotiph palaful and wearfnt? almost ncroml nd of InflarnnwtorT RiicnTmit.fm f endurance, isuot an Licuralde dtst'ti- if treat- 'tJ Via YVW T,n V.AL1-V'' ""1 e.l in time: Perhaps no other dwi-ark' hm so Ptt w out and dui wBij. (allied the ettortoof science and medicine a. ' w- w- oAxrta, M. D., Henm&n, ni. l3CVCAVVlS?iw CUV,S .RHt, MA' mUl rlioumatic ninindra.." " domed by many of tue Le&diria Physician.. WHAT THEY SAY : -'Have rie.n TnOAIJM a fir Irtal andthlnV It TooalJa ".loiiHt ill thai i. it . ill , U 1 hvovr found lor 1Ui.,u.1, U. U. 8U.KUT. U. !.. CautraJl, ill. I B. F. D.via, Sturgeou, Uo. FOR BALE BY ALL DKUGUDSTS. PRICE ONE DOU.AR PER BOTTLE. A. A. MELLIER. BqIo Proprint.,r. TO!l ainl 711 WASHISOTOS AVENUE. BT. U1UI8 DAVENPORT BOILER WORKS. GRUPE Sc MURRAY, Proprietors. Manufacturers of all kindt of Hoi eru. l ard and Wnter Tattki. Heaters, Lard Coolers, Smoke Stftt-hs, Breei hin. Iron Shinter Vmi't lamri in il Iron Work for -Piiiln. l'artirnliir alleniion iivcn to repairing, (irdern by Mail or Telegraph uroitiptly titlended to. Telephone No. ftiii. 317 E. SECOND ST . near ti.ivernment hridtie. DAVKNPURT, IOWA. TBIJi: MOLINli: W AGO N . The Moline Wagon Comp'y MO CHNTIS. XT.ir.IlMOI Manufacturers ot Farm, Spring aud Frcihi Wagons. A full anil complete line of Platkokm taxi olhcr Spuing Wahonh, cKiM'citillynd.ipte; tn the Wcslern Trade, of pnprrinr wnrUnntnship tttp.i finish. IPWniiti! rated Price Lii-t Tree on iipplir-ition. See the Moline Wilson before pnrctniiii; oltiVi, THOS. GARY, fainter o,n.ci. C3r3tret o e dt Is p-ei:ired to do all kinds 01 Work in Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging iiwl Kalsoniining. A complete stock of Willi Paper, Curtain Kixturct. Cornice Poles nnd Uoom Mouhliuos. Mixed Paints iilwiiyw on hand. jag'-Alrin ti frill lino of Art (Joodn uurl Arlh-l! Mnierittlw I.esKonK ctven in 1'niiii ini; mid French Km broidery Work. Ktahroidery Silk, t'ordu iind R-incy tJoods uhicti are :it cIom li.nres ; cull and left prices of word. 18i:i Second Avenue, HlXUC ISLAND, ILL. JDE. FOSGATE, son Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa, 20 years jiraotice, makes all private diseases a specialty, such an Kjtphilis, (lononhaa, Gleet, Stricture., lmpoteuey, Rpermalurrltaa, "11 urinary troubles and mercurial aH'ectioiis of the throat, skin and bones. Cancers, Tumors, Piles, Catarrh and al! chronic diseases treat ed successfully. Consultation and correspondence free. ?tV"All U'tU'rn promplly Hnirwcrt it Martin, Woods & Co., 117 East Second Street, - - avkni'oi:t, I . Wholesale Fruits, Nuts, Etc, Coinmiweiini mid Storage. A.uent for the Teh-bint, d II. P. Stanley's Sons "Jhst Alirhigan anil N. Y. Ai1r. Special iitletitlon j,'iven to t'at Load oide J. T. 13IXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens, I 706 Second avenue. WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE SfcE gl tAAMIMIIMU XL. rsmLKV!Xtm si .oy feiisso? ms i s o o n s i m mm r-Tlil'Hl. . .VSrr.AIAia f Y to.-rrixi K.oi.touil J T I , , CHICACO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY By reason of ita contral position and close i Blntlon to nil prinrlnnl lines Kant and west, at initial and terminal points, constitutes the mtwt Important nilrl-conti-nental HnK in tbAt system of tliroutrh transportation wlilt li lnvitus and liiciU tates travel and tralllo between cities of Iho Atlantic anil Pacific Coasts, it, is also the fuvorlte and bent, route to and from points KHst, Northeast and Southeast, and corresponding points W cut. Northwest and Southwest. . The Roct Island syBteni Includes in Its main lino and branches. Chicago, Joliet. Ottawa, La balls, Peoria, (ianeseo, Moline and Rocic li-lancl, in IllinoiB Davenport, Muscatine, WashinKton, Kaiiileld. ottumwa. Otbraloosa, West Liberty, Iowa City, Lies Momes ludiunola, Wlnterset. Atlantic, Knoxville.. Audubon, Harlan, Gulhrle Centre ami Council Bluffs, In Ioa; Onllatln Tronton, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri; Leavenworth and Atchison. In Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and Ht. Paul, in Minnesota; Watcrtown Iri O.ikoUL, and hundreds or lntruiedlate cities, towns, villages and Ktutions. THE CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantees Its patrons that sense of personal security afiorded by n solid .horquiriilv balUatad road-bed: smootlt trucks ol continuous steel rail - eub Ftsintiallv built culverts a:.d bridiros; rolllnir stoclc us near perfection as human skill cm make it, tho safety appliances of patent buffers, platforms and air-bralces: and that exacting discipline which governs tho practical operation of all Its trains, artier 3pociali.ies of tills route are Transfers an nil connecting points In Depots, and tho unsurpabBeU comlorts und luxuries of Its Psssenifer ErKpmont. unu The Past Express Trains between Chlcngro and tho Missouri River are com. Posed of well ventilated, finely upholstered Day Corxlhes. Matfnincent Pullman alaca Sleepers of the latest desiflw. aud sumptuous DlninK Cars in which elaborately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, "(rood DiLreutlon waiting on Appetite, and Health on both.' Between Chicago and Kunsas Citv and Atobleon, are alao run tno Celebrated RecUninir Chair Cars. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Is the direct and favorite line between Chicago and Minneapolis and St Paul, where connections are marls in Union Depots for all points In tho Territories and British Provinces Over this route, Past F.xpress Trains are run to tha watering places, summer resorts, picturesque localities, and lumtinir and llsh. lnir erounas of Iowa and Minnesota. It is also the most desirable route to the rtcn wheat fields and pal -al lands of interior Dakota. Still nnother DIRECT-- via Beneca and Kankakee, has been opened rtweonr.ewport News. Richmond. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, anil Lalayetto and Conned Blurra. Kansas City, Minneapolis and St. Paul and Intermediate points. For detailed Information see Maps and Folders, obtainable, as well as TU -eta. at all principal Tickot- Offices, in tho United States and Canada; or . R. CABLE. PrufcKnt and General Mueeer, Chicago. Teh phone 144. CEOCRAPHV OP THI8 COUNTRY, WILL THIS WAP, THAT THE E.St.Lnula E. ST. JOHN. AflMral TIHtal init piimmm Inint. nhlrisn