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THli ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1885.
ADOLPH FRISITJS, IM POUTER AND JOHHEIi OF ooks, Stationery, Toys -AND- Musical Instruments. a,Sor.met in the SLU- ,. Ar.lt.1. lbttitab and Picture Fr..i. No. ni6 West Second St., 1et. Harrison and Ripley Sis., Davenport, Iowa. FURS! at the lowt'-it lri Sealskin Cloaks, GOODS T8 oro Headquarters for Fur Goods, iv.-mhlns, In the Pur li,,.- in '. All W.I "f rf Trimtnio.. T. RICFLTEK, The FURRIER 823 West Second Rtroot, Davonnort. P ARK & fJifComv ami sec tia. HARD Best Quality Egg and Grate, Ranee, Nut, and No. 4, All the Best Quality, Ejtra Cailaco rn, all nrd.Tf Icm limn a Ira. Plumbing, Steam and Gas hitting, Knowles' teani Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors, Wronalit, Cnt.uvl l,fd I'ipo. Ptf Fltlln-i ami Bran. Uooda of every doacription : Knhbar 11a, m 1 lJa ttii! 't' all kitHU-; IrainTil" and Scvrur ei('. Dllloe ami Simp 1:514 Third Av ROCK ISLAND, 11,1. . ai ii.. n ai ne Udvci uui t f HlOK ivBBPINO. & '. It aim n 1a.ci!Latii,. W I'nwUr- I1CIAI, 1jAW. w I'll.lNOORAl'H V, TVPE H'ltlTl NO, L Tklbuiuphy, LAND AND LOAN OFFICE. MEDILL & WHITEHEAD, KMT OFMCK BLOCK, - 3 UOnK.lSI.A Nit Lantt for sale on Six to Twbntv tune. T 8S0.000 00 TO LOAN In ni.ionnt to unit mi Farm l.ro)c rtv. m to 7 pur cent. THE"TIVOLI," M. MAG RUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. mjir. ..-, , lately b.-oi'i tranrforrawt Into o I'alacn tiqiifillnit it; men riMiwct th.- A el ,'b"iiI lini:l. Jc-rfd ,.ry mornln,'. All kind. ' Samlw.cl.oj cervcil on fiiort urn ice. JOE HTJBKE'S CENTER STATION! No. 3106 Moliiie'Avenua, Rock Island, 111. Fine Stock of Wines, Beer, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. Alv,i.'i oil Uaiirt. TAYLOR HOUSE. Our, Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth street, p, III. 1,11' THE .KICSSt'llrll. ROCK ISLAND. ,t,y-::;';,!-; .-'raff ft&WsmR EXOH ANG:E I LALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. ALOON And BlLLIARD HLALL" n.'l.iw Hit-' C. It I ,fc P. Hcp.it. M.iHne Ave., Rnck Island. 111. Import! and IV.mwIK- It franl Wine. Fino llmor, ami Cit:.. . al , , on hand. THE CENTRALS u2n NO. 1717 SECOND AVENUE, TOTTM C. I.aFRENZ, ... ...I,-.. .--h.il'-!' il .1 i,-k of Bin.tr, wiiK'-, Linuor oni j rnvi'tfiiliv o!icit;,f1. JOSEPH VALENTIN, Proi rietor of the Mwc Hall Sample Room Corner of , ft,,., .tuck of Wine,-. Be .x. i-.iuors and Cigars 5gr fcTret; i.niini-h evrv iieiraiu FERDINAND GROSS' SAMPLE ROOM In the I--'" formerly occupied as a Vho i,-t . f H '.-r. Wines. Linuors and Cigars oite. uooer, -j . OKOIiGE PAHL'S Restaurant and Oyster Depot, Bkkfstevk, Oysters ant Game in Season, I otb-ir llarmV Pit..-.-, conirr First Avon u- mil Eli: tin.-mil St 1 GEO. WALDMAN, . Cutter, Grinder and O TJ X jLiJi.tC JL SUear ,sora and Clippets sharpened In th. best manner No. 308 Harrison 3t., Davenport, Iowa. URS! in any rtliapo tli't-irtil. Sealskin Mantles. Fur Goods Ht-'pairetl. HELIABI.B EL, LI Now is the time lo secure bargain.-. W have marked our Summer Goods down to cost in order to clear ourselves before Fall Goods rome in. PAliK & KLLIS, I 704 Second Avenue. COAL. $8,25 per ton. 8.50 " " Screened and delivered. OidYrn takfii fur Haul and ft Wood. C. C. TUUESDAL1S, At U. M . Kxpri'f? Co.'s-OIVice D,. uuamoaa wiidk,u, ItH'N'CAN & HAWKS, I'n.p'T PROPRIETOR. ......l.mn.nn hull I A f L! T M hart' O t I fl '1 lC 13 1 FigliUwr.th Street unil Pnurth avenue. always on hi,t. and eoerteou, treatment to all. No. 319 Twentieth Street. constantly on tian.1. Rock Island, 111. Dealer in ail Kinds of Lots of People Say, "(MM BACK." KIDNEr Remedy KeverICnowh To FA I Here) In Solid A 1 TESTIMONY froia Hard Working Men. Machinist nnd Builder. I have bt tii troubled, years with Uldncy and liladdtr dillioalty. After using lour ooum 01 lli-HT'a Kidney and Liver Rejud-.-I have been completely cured." William C. Clark, Mason and litiilder. Anlntm, N. Y. "Health la better than wealth." Itluclilniat. Mr Oeore K.ir-. Machinist. 1133 Riilpe Ave., Philadelphia, Pa., Bays ; "My dln-iuc Marled when 1 was niiilo 11 yonna lad by having weak ktdneyn. 1 have : lined jnt six b,iltleof IlfSTS tMdney and l.ivcr IMior. and 1 solemnly proclaim, 'I (eel like a new man.' " 'Oood counsel has no price, obey It." H'ectianic. Mr. Tlenry Williams, Mechanic, East Bridge port, Conn., says: "ATout two months ogo I caught a heavy cold, which settled in my kidneys. t got a bottle of HUNT'S liuuney ana i.iverj REMKl.Y anil with the first dose liejan to get well." "Light BUpperamakes long lives." llaitrond Itlnn. Frank Jl. I.ee, office II. Y. C. i n. H. Tl. Little Falls, N. Y., dune 8, 1RR3, says: "My father, 02 years old, had severe kidney and Madder disease fur 20 years, urination canning nrute pain. The weakness was so (treat he was obliged to wear a rubber ba2. Twclvo botlles of Ik ST s Kidney Hemedy completely enred hinv flnd we consider it remarkable. We cheerfully recommend it." "Deeds are better than words." IIpnt's Kidney and Liver IJemedt has stood the te. tof time. It lias been before the public lot .,..,., . nd 11,1, cured everv vpar thousands of people sinfering from various diseases of the failed 'to get relief from doctors and who expected neeer to' be cured. Thousands of testimonials from such person attest its value, ccnu ror nooa. "Alls well that ends well." Sold by all druggists. Price (La. t HUNT'S REMEDY CO., Providence, R. I. C. !. CiilTTKSTOS. Ueneial Air.ul, N. V. To Regulate TnrtfB FAvniriTi: mmu ki:mi:iy if war- 21 Sr r:nilo'.l iint in cui.tiin a siii;;lp Vim'1'' R l nf Mi-irury ir any in.!tiriiMis nuh-tonce, Si,m I. ii h w purely vegetable. It. will cure all Disnase-i caused by Derangement of the Liver, Kidneys and Stomach. IT yiinr l iver i out nf iriW. Jf"'ii yo:ir wii.'li-'K". 'er.i 1 ilcrnnii''tl. The blotnl in - nnpinr, tin- brp:ilh ,iir"nihij; yon lum; Ijc.'ijafh'', ft i 1 inni'itl, liispiritci. ami iii-r iiu-i. To vri'Vi'Tii 11 niori- suriDii con dition. I 'ike iit nnitr Simmons USE IfKUl" J.ATOI.. Tryou U-?ul a ( (ii nuiry MIV, or milfur with Kidney Akkki VioNrf. avoid siiiunl!ints mill lakr S!!!iiim:i3 Liver Eciin'iitor, I'l.: In HflU-V', If yon have pftten niivl liitur htinl of ili trcst.ioii. or iVt'i lii'nvy hHit meal or -leep-li'-.- nt iiiu'lil , t;ik(: 11 lio-e (Mid yon will ft i-i I'uliowd and sKm'J) iili-ati:int!y. If you tire it niHi'rahle eiitT:rt:r Willi Constipation. Dvspepsla aud Biliousness, ef-k ivljfi m once in hliniiiiiii l.wvv K.ni!ntor; il ihhh not n--ijiiin' 1 oi.iinu:il don in and cont but a trirtf, il will cure yon. If yon wake up in ilio morning wild u hilt 'M-, b.udltistc in yunr inoiilli. TAKE Siiiimon-j l.ivrr Reiznl.tttir : if curriTti. i ISilioiii Stoiuiich. hvveeleiH tlif '1'iltli. cli'tin-i'K 1 lie Furred lonue Children oft en nee. I s-nmi' wife Cn- Tmiie to men. jiiniroricdiino; sickiiL'!-1, union l.m-r Uemitatur will relieve colic, lieri ie nTk tlom;irli. indLre-t:on, ilyscntury, mi j c.iinp'.iiii(i iiieideiit to flilldhood. At any time you fed your (' in needs cleaiiniL'. loniiiL'. reLrniatim' without vio lenL piiru'iiiL', or KtiinuUitiiiji wiihoii i intox cutiiiL'. take PKEt'AUCI) HY ,1. IT. ZEILIN vfc CO., Phihidelpliia, Pa, m COUGHS, CROUP AN0 CONSUMPTIONS BIS WtULLEIN. The pw-oet ptun. fjaihercd from atrno of tho initio int me, t-ruvvtritf alontt tlio finn II nt reunn' hi tltu Soiltm rii Mtui'n, e.tnLHiiirt mmiuiuiiiin vi: .ut mtit prtncinlo that looifiis tlm plilr-mn prmluftnir tin.' curly uiiiniliii; c'lih, and minmhitea lim rhlld tu throw oil mo i.ii h un nn." hik-- hi iit'tii' whnnpmK-ooujfli. When coinbniett with the ht-ul- .Mhaohi iK-hirt. rfreeri; in Tavi.ou h CiItltoKKH I1EMKI-Y OK Sl.-J.CT Cl'M A " 1 MlTl.tlN lilt" llliet't known r(?iiio.1fi.ri ;milw, rr-mp. iionpiun- oiijiii li mi l .riHinni.iu'n , nu t '''"y1' , "I'.J.'" lii'.aiid SSl'- IViiliwr A.'I'u Itir, Atluutu, iini SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL Almost as Palatable as Milk, The onlr preparation of COD MVER OIL that can be taken readily and tolerated for a long Uhm U dtdlcate itomaciis. AND S A nrFDY FOB fOsmPTIOT mhih uhs.. ah'hth.s anaemia, i.en. yil.k It HHlll.HV, IQltJHS AMD THROAT AF tFtTIOS, end all WASflM. l0Kt;n.S'?y (IIILPKLN it is mi rrr lions In tt nsnltg. iTvscribi ana endowed by the bes Jt'liysichvna in the countries of the world. For sale by all Druggists. O ATA RRH PvalPnii-, CU-ftoscs t ' hend ! Allays lnrlamma lion. Heals sores. S Ktstnri 9 the sen ses of taste, liear- jiti and Smelt. A 1 i"k..!, 1. r ' : - K W-FSIVER Positive Cure CrftU Balm h! earned an enviable r.ntation whereei kuuwu.diPiltinsollotht rprepa ration. tiartii-ie i aotilied into ech no-Jtil rtlieves pain at once, is arecahle to ne Price 50c. at iCx BK0THER3, DroitgUtt, Owego, N. Y, LOYE LAUGHS, AS USUAL WHILE PATER GNASHES HIS TEETH AND BOTTLES HIS WRATH. Ohio I-over Keep Up th Kpittstton of the State Found Uls L-oug-Loit 4'hildren A Craty Wonntu'i 51Utnken IUao. C!i,evelavt, Ohio, Dec. GJ. Ella Higrolow, L, utiil Hartley Bay singer, aged xi, resi'lents of Poyleatown, Ohio, a suiall vil lage near Akron, liavo been engug -d U lo manic-1 for the past two years. Alis Higi lo.v's fHiretits objected to the mat- u and lor rho past yi-ar have kept a vigorous wuu)t uiwm the young lady, even tfolu so lar m to lo.. k Iter. in bur room at night. Sunder vvlahi attending Sunday-school, liis.i Bil low sudiioiily sliir:- -1 fiom her srrtt ami ran out of tlio iKioi', where she wan met hur iovur, who quickly pl.t' ed in a buggy ho bad in ivl. i t rt.nl the fouplo lirovo oft 08 a their horses could run. 1'he liin-ugti r of Mian Itignlow as soon us he.-ouhl er irvmi the. alio k, .rtKureil a h-n-.-e sUu toJ in liiti snir, Slean'hil ?, filSt fnth: Bttysiiier had mgage.) th i srviioj uf 1 t'oiin j uitin iut wn- to driv'H at a short list.iii.t' behind th.j. Hwing couple unu s'-r.t: t-. ;i de..oy to dtdudo tit, turcut. WLon liiekiiv eaine within sigiit of tlie cotitedet-it- this Jotter turned down a side v-Mii, vhitlv.;r bigelow fullowcd him, ti- o-dng he track of his daughter nr.d h;.r i-vr, viio hovo tO Newport, where tin y wtH'iniai''i.,J1 fterwanla returning to liuysiiter'n bivue it nyks:.own. Bigelow's wrath kmi U-rri-ih; whn liu overtiok the decoy, aud be i am tliut the end is not yot. RECOVERED HIS CHILDREN, Ifter Their Abandonment by HI Uuti way Wife. OiNciiWATt, Ohio, Doc. 05!.-- (Jhmi. m Whitehead, special Uuitefl Slates dxamlii'i if pensions, of thia place, Monday rocuvetvt. lis t. -year-old boy, Morrison, w ho whs stofei. .tmjii him in California two y-His age inti whom ho hnd given up aL mje of ever seaing again. Mr. Wbito- iieijii is a veteran inuniFibnt, and was itv editor of The San Fniticwco Chronjnlt, when his wifo t.uddujdy left, taking with iff Mr no H-i.iNh) nt Iihi husband s nunir-y and ehil-lffti- a hoy and girl, Mr, U'hitfr ie id iiihiIh every t-lfort to discover the vli(-re:ih. ; uU of his t-hiidivu, but nothing on'd Ieha;in1 offither until Saturday last, vhen he learned that tint hoy was in tin sot.ii-rs' and Sailors' niphan'a homo at Xe.iin. Ohio, and tho little girl, two years founder, way in a con out at Toledo. His vitti baa tLturiiL-d to California. Miss lliaviu'H ilullutd nation, New YoitK, Dec. 2'.'. Miss Mary A. riiown, a young portrait painter, wna ar- vt.-d i,i trout ot the i'lttii Avenue hotel Mint!u veiling, where ho was chouting ni l erying mid telling n crowd that she was i marry James P. Fish, tho couvictbankot UU; llrnwn was taken to liollevne hospital violently ins:iit?. So: no time ago she was iiig.ijjed to be ninrried, and had her 1rms t::iu ud jrepni-ed, but her lover failed to ieep tu.- rMiafreiuent. t'.ince then she hus ieua ino:e or le-ss ins:met and recently she Lxcanie pt).sB..-Hl of the idea that Mr. Fish wanted to nr-trry her. Miss Brown has iwalthy aud aruUK--ratie rel.it.ivrfs in this iiy. film Horror c:l u JJnhy. Wheeling, V. u., Dee. Tiic jury ;n the triul of Joilliie C. Harris vs. W. K. I'ickct, a youiijj march U't, for sniiort, if a ,-hild, return, d a venlu-t ol imt guilty, Sat irday, without luavin.- their seats. It vas cmielusively proved tlmt r.ho olaintiit' had secured th ; Uiau of a baby from a (J. rami, family that she miht I'tiidn.o the child in court Twenty -four U.mrs ago l'iekistt was denounced 00 all .ides, while now h? is receiving cougr.itula t.io:is from nil. The girl htn disappeared, and is thought to have drowned herself. His Wife Wouldn't tin with Htm. Tnu tiE Haute, Ind., Dec. 2:2, Voorhe VV. Miller, of IMlson, Clark county, HlinoiB, .onimitted suicide Sunday at Kfllnglmni tin ier peculiar eireum-duiic.-s. Hu was uiar :ied Sept. hi to Hurah Kemper, and ex pected to move to Arkansas, whe.ru he awncd jiroperty. At tke last moment she vftised to u,o uith hirrt. He started alone, :.ut lelt the train nt f'Jttinghaiu. He grew so lubpondeut that he took a dose of arsenic. Pasteur lU'eelvcs tits I'litients. pAitis, Dec. 2:Z. i'atrick Kyan, Austin Kitgertdd, Willie l.anu, nnd Eddie Hyau, the fur hoys who were bitten by a mad log at Newark, N. J., on tho yd inst., ar rived in Paris Saturday afternoon and were Ht once takea charge of by M. Pasteur and put under treatment. Tnoy show -no bad nrt'ects from their voyage across tho At 'antic. To a Central News representative who milod 011 M. Pasteur, that gentleman stated that he regretted very much that so much 'jino hud eiupsf d since the hoys were bitten. "I am of good hojie, however," said M. Pasteur, "that I will wive all four as I 'lave previously treated victims with suc cess in whose cjisoa two months bail elapsed betwxeh the time of their having been i.ten and the time at which they received reatment" Another 8k.il! Found at Hctroit. Dehioit, Mich., Dec, The doctors caa "lot a grew whether tho skull found Sundu,v n the ruins of the Kno.h house is that of a Eniuiau licin or u pig. Hoino think it nia tiriie(. thai a lirtiu--uman being was tct.troyed in tho Haines. Monday norntng tlio gnivo of the Knoeh ai o: t y was opeuo I, cud the gb asl.ly ei.i na uts of tir.i c ollln sorted ov.jr mi iiiti.utclv oYuininod. The skuli is c!u iriy 1 it that or cither Frank or Susan Knoch. Whether it is that of one of the'hildren ot f a loucr ani-nal, or of a fifth human bc H r. win be detonnined at a councd of ex jwi k-, when the head of a pig will be die mcUd for con.parati vr examination. Huit for InfrinKnint of Futeiit, ERIE, Fa., Dec. yj,Tho Drown Folding Machine t oiiipiny, of Uim city, have in itru.-ted their attorneys to bring suit agaiiiit "he Ht mniut'. Priiiteis' Machine company, )f Erie, and the Dexter Manufacturing ouipany, uf Pes Moines, for infringement jf a patent, covering an attachment device for connecting folding niuchiues with piint mg p.ess-s. Thd patent covers a sheet arrier eonnoeting prinling presides with ft frame th.it span the prt-s with the folder The Bi Liwii louijiny ciaitiH that this patent 5as bevn infringed on by tb.i above named parties. The utt is likely to bo interesting is ihore are lare interests involved. lion. William C. P)repont i-ead. FiEKREPOxr Manor, N. Y.t Dee. liS. rbo Hon. William C 'JPieritipont, LL. D,. lied Sunday inotning ic the year of hi a Mr. Blaiae U within fifty iuged 0 tb tod of hu 'Teatv Yu in .nmr " AFTER DIPHTHERIA Diohtbena is a terrible disease, requir ingthe greatest medical skill to effect a complete cure, hyen wnen us power is broken, it clings to the patient with ereat persistency, and often leaves the system poisoned and prostated. Just here Hood's harsaparin aoes a vast amount 01 guuw, exnelhnff impurities from the blood, ei ins; it richuess and vitality, while it reno vates and strengthens the system. AH ANSWER WANTED. Can any one briag us a case of Kidney or Liver Complaint that the Eletric Bitters will not speedily cure? We say that they can not, aa tbousandsof cases alreadyper Euanently cured and and who are daily re commendinc Electric Bitters, will prove, Bright's Disease, Piabetes, wc$k Back, or any urinary complaint quickly, .jed; they purdy the uioou, reguiaie me eis, ana act directly on the diseased pa&v Every bottle guaranteed. For gale at 53. a bot tle by Hanr & Babosen. No pain or purging after usia. ' Shedd's Little Mandrake Puis. 'For salt ay Hartt & Liahnsen, BTXTEE TIUi: A GO LEEK LEO. "Miss KUiuaiii un I her golden leg." will never its ..aotteii so lung as the genius of Thoumj i Ur.-d, with all hia gentle humor-aud Wilder pathos, is re--inembered, but it is doubtiul ii any one will ever envy tho heroine of that poem her unique limb, which brought with it to many misfortunes. In this prosaic age a good strong leg of llesh, bone and muscle, is much to te preicrred whether its possessor be a professional pedestrian, or a solid unassuming citizen. It is to this last class that Mr. M. P. Schrock, ofbT2 West Lake street, Chicago, belongs. Mr. Scbrnck is a well-known dry goods merchant, and counts himself fortunate in having a pair of good strong legs. For one of his lega be ha a peculiar regard, as he came near loaing it through, rheumatism. Athlo phoros saved it for him however, and for that invaluable remedy he now cherishes an almost equal regard. The story is well told by Mr. "tfchrock in his own words : "During the Spring of 1S84 I wi; stricken with rheumatism iu its very worst form, and was conhned to my bed entirely helpU ss for ; about four week My leg pained mo so intensely that could not let it rest on the bed witlio : -some support. Wo I had a pulley m t ached from the ceiling and to that : filing was (fastened. 1 could rest my Ly in this, changing the height, and in thr manner I managed to obtain some liitl relief. During the four weeks I lay ir bed I tried many remedies without aviii! Finally! made a change nnd employe 1 physicians. They tried their very b-.-A to give me relief, but could not. Instead of getting better, -I was growing worse. My doctor finally decided that it would be necessary to inuko an incision in ray thigh, and "if there was not a marked im provement in my condition from that operation that imputation of my leg would be required. This, as you may well imasino. discouraged and disheart ened me beyond measure. About this time my wife noticed in ft Kichmond i lud.) paper, for which we subscribe, the name of a personal friend wdio had been cured by the use of Athlophoros. frhe called my attention to it, and I said At once, 'Get v. bottle and try it.' She bought a bottle, the doctor was discharg ed and wo began using it immediately. I experienced great relief in 1 lie first few doses. In 'two days after 1 began with the medicine,! was in my store attending to my business, and I have not been troubled with rheumatism einee.' "How much Aihloplioi'. did ynu use fur this remarkable euro, Mr. Schrock?" "About one and a third kittles. Tl: remaining ivro-thirds cf a bottlo is still unused at my bouse." " Don't you think it, wns a vtry quick cure for so bad a twi ? ''' tvn:s asked. "I certainly think it not only quick," nn'swered Mr. Schrock, ' but wonderful, nnd I feel that 1 cannot way to much (,ir Athlophoros. I never let on oppor tunity pans when I can recommend it, a.t it surely did everything fur inc." Mr. Schrock ia now in tho best of health, and considers himself a living; example of wht Athlophoros ran do for those whom rhccmiitUiu Jhis brought even to death's door. If you cannot -?er ATni.r-T-nov.m nf ynnrdniff plst, wewlllr,end i esprc--; p;ii 1. on receipt of regular price one iellnr i.ci bo'ile. uj prefer that you buy it frr.r.i your dm -r-'i t, bur it' li t hasn't it. tin net bo perMi.i.l. dttry Tneinim; t-!sc. but order at once fr..n v.t h directer! ATU1.0FHOBOS CO., ll'J VV;'! . New Y.iri: CLARKE iTBA written ciiarantpo of cure given tn svery case undertaken, -All consultations ro au! KTt. lr. Clarke '8 Celebrated Bcolt Writings (in main enveiupehj r. DCL4UEK, m. ..! so. ciiaiik i. ' '. THE PIONEER MUSIC STORE LOCATED 1857. J. C. WALLACE, Dealer in Pianos, Organs, SHEET MUSIC, Anrl all kimle of Musical Inslrumeuts. The l.uu'j.1 MCSb'AL 'NOVKLTIEi: The CI em Roller Organ 1 The Auto Harp, &c. Speclnl ad antai( in h-i) inn tram Ibis lnme ; 1st. The onlv plai'e in tiiii virlnitv wliore you can net the GOU riTKlNti 1'iANH (no rust ins uf the strings..) Snd. The only place where yon can timl tlio World-Famed Burdett Organs. 3rd. A thorough knowledge of Instruments, coiisi- ientioni tuhiee to customers for their inter est. 4th. Ability to thnronetily rcpiir any nistrn inetit from a Piano tu a Jows Harp, t'ali in or write to ,T. C. fl'At LAPR, 110 West Second Street, iJuvenpor . Iowa. O, E. MILES Engrayer od Wool EXKCUTKH CUTrt OF Buildings, Machint'iy, For truits, Animals, &('. Also Ei.kctro i yce Pi-ates funiiho!l In any minibi't. OllU-e an.l K(;;(l,.iir.. r.'tirnf Chriitlan i:linH'l, Brady etri;ct, Ih-Ivvlm ti 111, aim 5l!i, DAVENPORT IA (GOLD MEOAL AT HEW ORLEANS.) I'.ndorisrd by Ilie I, ailinc Hotels in tile ( olllltr,-. Approved hy the fjovernment Clic mi.lt lor Ilie Indian I'oillinia.ion. MAreriHi KAI.lil I.I-iC'H'S sons, EMaldialied 1 SEW vohk. PHOSACID. FKon:ss)N Al, i' l.'IIS. WILLIAM JACKSON, I TTOKVEY AT l.aW. OIHr Ntlitfiiul Hm;i; Huii.i.i lf. ((duo in Rod; lalatut J. .. BEaHDLEY. A' TfOVNEY .T LAW Offre with J. T. Ket wortbv. (7.5 '..inil.t vr.ue. at. j-i-nw-'in It. D. WEFK7 C. t. WAI.KCI1. SWEENfiY & WAt-KEK, ATT'.iHNKYi ASP rtiVNF.U.OKS AT LAW otl'ic in B niisttnV tiiorit, la-cl; Uiaud. 111. E. V. HUfLST, 4 t'Tti.VXKY AND CirN-K4.1.i;it A I' LA'A'.- -I O.Q-'fi in M-.t-.iic tn-'!'' nvt-r li-ci .e.itl Nu1iiT.-i! V iV. k. H.Tki i;.'it.i. li'i. gep - '1 drf M. M. OORUETT. ATTOhVNlS Y AT LlW. S.ii. i:..r In J. mrciy 311J Notarv l'i-!lr. A-tra.-ts. I.S'in ar.r coirr-c tiouri. OiH-fl. Hnfo J' t CT-.tv,-! B-tkf-r'i -T wiry -lor GUIDO BECK, AKCHiTKTT Serond Avetiue. ovor I'c Nsimnsl Bunk, Kock Iclnnd. UbnoiH. ovS9-dly DC I T ft O C ),n CAU8E8 and CUBE, hyone CAlllCdwwho litaf tHt-niy-eighl rears; treJUed bymo-t of t tie noted specialiittt of tbe day with no benefit. Cured kitnself in three montUi, aud eince then bnndreds of othert by aatne proce-e; a plain, simple and uccegtol bomeueiUncnt; addre T. S. PAGE. IflEut Wtb Sew York City. spt--dlna iiQi WHEAT am Baking Powder. 71 uusitss uniECTony. 1USSM1T11S. I W olH, rnfw., ill seventeenth street. II AKN KSS At AN I t AL T t UK KS1. sauvrai&n, John, 210 neventei-aith street. H AKDWAKE. Stewart A Montgoitierv. .800 o-oiid n venue. M EKCHANT TAII.OKS. Weiult, H. IMWdfrontl aveiuic. TKWSPAPEKS. The Itofk U!and Dau.y Ajuuh; pulilinheii every evfuitii.', (Siuiduj1 exct'jaei!) in Arena black, op posite Pcfto:.ii-u. litht advenining inc-liiira in the chy. The Unrk Iclan.t Wrkklv Annrs; piiblilied every Friibiy. A line lob de.urtuu-iit in cniuicc timi with ihv ci ta'ilinrhmoiU. KSTAUiJANT8 AND PI IN KECTItlNKHS. Kroll. Fred., l61iieerond avenue. ALOONb. W entph ui Tohn. l-i -comi iipr,ii. ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! Patent ChpI nnd Wrought Iron Fence! Cheapest FenrH in the World for Resi(3enf or Cemetery Lota. Made any Height Desired. T--AU kind f ili(N aid MAI IIINL" ivoiii lint' pn'tr.,ily and f-Jiiisfiirtion u'lKiia.oct'tl. rire foi prircfi. H0WN1NG BROS., Rook ItlLAMIl, 1m-. !,-'.dly THE MOLSNE SAVIRBS BANK (tlhiirt creel by t-tKibcfrlluturt-oI 1 1! ! 1-0 i?. MOIiIKii - - rXiLINOIfl ipen dally I rum 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.,nml on Thcp dft mid Saturday Rvcninh troui7lo H ll'c Of,!i. Intsros tsUcT-od oq DoposUs at the ratd of i per Ceat. per iaas, Deposits reooived in amounts ot $1 ana upwaras. SKCUK1TY AND ADVANTAOKf. Tlie nrivfite uronertvof the Tnistcuu Ik rufpuu slide to tbe dcpofitori, Tbe nttlc,irfare prohibit ftt from horrowibg nny of Hp moneyp. Minors n nil oitttrica wonici. proicctea oy special inw. Oph-icrus: S. W. Wunin-ot-b, Pri'a'di -in ;,Toins floiin, Vict' Prcpidcm ; V. V. U bmkhwa v. ('aiik-r Tiiltkis: t4 W. Wticclnci:, 1' irtcr Fkiurmr C. W. Lohilell, Nwfcon Chenti-r. II W.tJundce. ('. T. Grant z, A. S. Wright, U, P. Ilumtiway. John Qoof'. J. M. Ob rioiy. (j. H. Stoddard. tSfxht1 only clif.tcr.in hftvinyp iihiikid kdci iand (innntv . NHV0USDEDI!.I1 V KARRIS' I ; iiit.AWiCJvi ...Mi; s i Di'my.Rf'l nismiiMU'i filBCUrollir-(.(lH(B, luif linctlin skillf.il i,hv. ..Irir.na. rr.ilt. fr.nn out!ifid inrtiscitition. A RADICAtCUFIE POfi KERVOTJS DEBILITY. ovnrbr.'iin r.nrTr. Ar'li'i t iio iiiifidSiiKJii 01 prcitii" lions rtiiictilcB fur tt' tmn'iit-a, utt ciut l-ri'O Circular ami Tiidl I'mk (ijii. and Uvrn impnriciil lu.'tj t.i'lre takinu tri'.:t (ji.t.i t'l'o where . Tiiku a m:io: Ki wnivifiaiii-.a (.;!i'.i"!i t!u)ui,.ni.ifl, .l.-.a r.ct inl:Tl'rrc wit)) oitcfi- PHYSICAL DECAY, m$ InYounEAMWdlcgj TrsTCD for ove nSisg ;';;:!' 'Se Stf v.-iat.tijt .It'lHy. Uiauat t'itii jr-;l I'ufti'UMof tho hu- Tlit..l3 Mi-.., l r St 'ar'K-1 fircirii.cn Lack, an J HARRIS REfiEbvcO,9 K'TOCiiEMOTt 303 N, Tenth lit r IS?. LOUIS 9 MO. OBI KSTURED PFftSONt. Mot a Truss, J ST A,:;i vn f-- ji-rj ,.ror Appliance. ' WSJ CA-3.-V .13 Z-W.4.TZ:n TtilAlt, AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, WILL Attend Sal oh IN E (TU EH CITY1K COUNTRY, t mc.dfi'fttc cliaiaep, or RecoiveOonsigninents and make iTomi't rc'iirn?. Sscocd Avenna F0CS ISF-AWT) V U Pennyroyal Pills. "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." THC OlilGlNAL ANO ONLY CKNCINK. nfe and always reliaidp. liewarc of wohthlks? iiniiatioii" ; Ijif!i-iicn.tttte fur LA 1)1 K !. Ak your UniL'ist for 'f 'Hit' it FHTKR'rj I'.noi.ihh" flnd tal.e no oilier, or incline tc. ( (-tampf) to its for jtartic uiftrs In lettrr bv tetiirn mail. Name 1'ackii. iihi. iii hki h Cukmkat. Co., i'lti MudMoii Sqicire, HiiNdeiphiii. l a, Traile t-iiilU:d l y(iK'). V. (iOdbWlN S- t u . VVlir.leHale Af. iits, Bualon, AUsn. A". U. I1A1E. U. V. t.-l.KAVi;i.A KMTAUL1SHCU 1P.CS. Haves & Cleaveland, J ItEN KltAlr Insurance Agents Firo, Life teclitr.t 'asuranco, (t?I.'ll "ti llHN-!-T.)N llLnrK. EQCS I3LAI5D, lli. A! (.:t-rii Prom-.tly Adititd and Paid a tld Accurv. W ATKINS it HILL, IKtaUTf in Dry and' Green Wood. Will alfo attend to Han hot; of ail air.df OHicc ;:t i -ipl-. roriicr of "i'-Th s trcr.t on Mol?i:t! iveni i. TIe,tb'n(f. N 1 nrderi toty fi at .itl:,-r on-irt-ti.r FREE! FSEOBLE SELF 6SS.E ,rt,:ifii cf '-e cf ti.r mo.-i I c Ltii-.i-; ii tin; U. S. Lut Aloohoo.t, ti pl.itii scat." J t.-iv'j-..e fr j -. aJmi'-ul. an t... .L Address DR. WARD 'A CO., Louisiana, Met, (J. V. SWANSUN, Contractor and Builder, 1 No. 2121 4th Ave., Residence, No. Sventh Avenue, ROCK ISLAND. ILLINOIS ieWliriic. Aildrei.f.O.Brawwl.i'altalo.J'-- . CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE USE "to Vrdicai BHrf, published r,t 8t. T.otilf. says 'u' Umo 1KM wuf " Man v have tectum' v ue ot those drugs turtbe relit-f ot Neuial- L It is fcTHtifylllg to olwerve thai ni U ihm - mm consequences may la1 averted l Hie .if To.NUALlNt, whicll it almost u ti-ei iin' i lie ttcute form of euralgia." CWtf FOB SALE BY al.L nHD.iOIPIH. A. MELLIER, IM. twukx. 1UU DAVENPORT BOILER WORK! GRTJPE & MUERAY. Proprietors. llaniifactnrere of nil Vimls of Hid cr. I aid HiarkH, Hrwrliiiitr. Iron Shiilii'if, Vaull ln.oi-.tn il rtrpiiiring. Orders by Mail or TeU-rajili iiroiiipily 317 E. 8KC0ND 8T , nenr TtT15 MQLINIC WAGON. The Moline Wagon Conip'y MOtilSTFUl)'.! T. fNJ'O . Manuiacturers or Farm, spring ana rratH; Waont. A full and complelc line of Platkokm timl other ruiNG "V uk-i-;, cs(ieci(i!ly adapts to ttic Wcplcrn Trndc, of sut'crinr w.rLiimnsKiii nnd (itii'li. fSUlii el rated I'rice Lift frte on K.iinti(-it. Iri-e l!n- M,.bi;e r.j.'t.i. lt foie pinc.i.rint; cilbeib, THOS. IT- G.A.X.Y, .F-i33.-to3r txa.cl. G-ra.iii oil If p-cpafed to do all kiiioe ol work in Plain and Decorative Paper Hunting aiui Kalsoinining. A complete -lock of V:ill Pi.pcr, C'urdun Fixtures, (.'oruirc 1'ficN f.ml Kuum AToHiiliny "'"id P-tmts nlwuyn on liquid. . f&r.Wtn u full line of Art Ooedn :md Artir-t.-" MiHeriaN l.ensoist Lndirotdery Woik. KiiiliroidiTv silk-. Cioilh in.it Ktiir i;i.t;i liurrH; r;ili and 1813 DTI, FOSQATE, o09 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa, 20 years luacliee, makes all private diseases a specially, such as Siphilix, Uonorihaa, alert. Stricture, Jmpotcncy, Spermatorrhea, all urinary troubles and mercurial affections of the throat, skin and bones. Cancers, Tumors, Piles, Catarrh ami all chronic diseases treat ed successfully. Consultation and correspondence free. All lettere i,roiiii,lly aiii-wt rci J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dcalei in Mens' Line Woolens, I 706 Second avenue. WHO l& UNACQUAINTED WITH THE REE BY EXANIININU wi r b h. vS ft- SSmm :RJ5l&iBcci wins G-c... B'Siy '4? : SSn i " c p it s i ft ; yT'V-VAWorl A tA UortLI C' CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND fe PACIFIC RAILWAY Bv reason of its central position And closo relation to nil prinripni linc?i fast and West, ct initial and tf-naltial points, coii;t.;tuttw V.. a mot hnportmt iiiii-centi-nontal linlc in that kvh'iaiixx ot throutfti i,i.'ii.ort;tion which invito. unti ittl ttos travel and tratfla bef-voon citki-3 cf ua Atlurtin f.rxl I'ficiti."- Courts. It, ia also the favorite and bart ronto to una from point Kr.Ht, Northeaet unu feJoutheeat, and correponclin3' point-3 V c.A, lkrtn-.vt:st nr.n Honrhvrw't. The- P.oolc Island Bystnm includes m it-1 icnin lino nnd broncheR, Chicago, Joot, Ottawa, La Salla, Vooris, Gonoseo, AIdjuio and Hock Inland, In Jliinom; Uavonport, Muscatine, W-vhinton. Poirilt. id, Otftirnw. OnkidooKa, West; LiDf-rty, lov.-a City, Des Ivloines. lndif-noia. WinterHPt, Atlantic, Knov:tio, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Cantm and Connr ;1 Blu1i';t, in Iowa; (oillatin, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri; Leavenworth aiiU Atchifion, in Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and .St Paul, In Minnesota; Watortown In DaUota, and hundredaot iatermsdiato cities, towns, viilaos and etiitiona. THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantef-a lta natronn that sonoo or prsontu w;curity aflcrded by a tsolid. thoroughly ballasted road-ood; Fsmcotli tricka of continuous stool rail; sub etantiaUv built culvorw tnd Dtidtros; rolling stock aa near perfection as human skill can make it; the safety appliances of patent buffers, platlortnti and air-bratee.3; and that exacting dlr-cipiine which governs the pradicU operation of all its trains. Other spocirtfnea of this route are Transfers at nil connecting jpoints in Union Drjpota, and tho unfiurpaaoed comlorta and luxuries of its Passontrer Equipment. . . mri , The Faat Express Trains between Chicago and the Missouri River are com posed of well ventiiated, finely upholstered Day Coaches. Mamiflcent Pullman Palace Rleepera of the latent design, and Runiptuous Dlnmsr Cars, fn wnicn elaboratoiy cooked meals are leisurely oaten, "p-ood Dieofition waiting on Appetite, and Healtti on c-Dth." Between Chicago and Kansas City and Atchison, are also run tho Celebrated Reclining Chair Cars. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Jtethe direct and favorite line between Chicas3 and Minneapolis and St. Paul, where connections are made in Union Depots for all points in the Territories and British Provmcac. Over this route, Pat Express Trains are run to tho watering- places, summer resorta picturesque localities, and huntinj? and tish in grounds of Iowa and Minnesota. It in also the most desirable route to the rich wheat fields fi.nd pastoral lands of interior Dakota. Still another DIRECT LINE, via Sense a and Kankakee, has been opened between Newport News. Richmond. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, and Lafayette and Council Bluffs. Kansas City, Minneapolis and St. Paul and intermediate points. For detailed information see Map3 md Folder's. oor.amabie, a3 well aa Tickets, at all principal Ticket Omsea in the United Btafea and Canada; or by addressing- R. R. CABLE, E. ST. JOHN, . President and General Manager, Chicago. General Tkt and Fusenqer Agent, Chicago OF OPIUM OR MORPHINE! Cl Towrtlino In a caas of Ntnrali of 13 or 15 imv fading, which hiui rBsistl all troatoidnt. l. Kuns, M. I , OemryvUle M- . .. H,1V0 Rirwi T,glii.e a fair trial in NeuraWia t.um my .ai'iii'a t.rjiirHi..i,, "it's ttio mnti - j iur iU, Jisnasu." J. P. Kinkkl, LriKln,;u. 111. .. i contill0r Tougalitu th btwt pivpuatum fur I """ ' ""ff'i.'Kl M .. Mi P1UOE OXK IOLLAK PKK BOITLE. nd HI W laULNUiON AVtNUB.Br. LUUIS and W'Her Tinik. Hcdter, 1-ard i'doIcim, Smolct: hi'H fi tt ft.r .1 itiis. I'ailii ulai alh'iiti.'ii L'iwn M atu -tidtd to, '1 rlt j.hom' No. .I'.'i. li,n rnincnt bridge, I) AV EN POUT, IOWA w Air. a i i ven in Puinliitif nd Fruticii u liicti iiiv. tui-i ul clone tt,-t piiren of work. Second Avenue, HOCK ISLAND, ILL, CEOGRAPHV F THIS C-OUr4TRV, WILL THIS Mrtia. THAT THE "V'-- J- Pi I V,'.i..""-N! -.-( 1 -rSl' L t" 1 f 1