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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1886.
JOHN W POTTER. Friday, July 30. 1886. DF.M04RATM' Ol T TIOV The Democratic voter of l(ok Inland county, are requested to meet in their renocctive town ship on Mondav, Atiiruat a. 1S86, to wdert tJfle gateii tothn ItenWraiic County ronvention to be held at the Court Houtte Id Hock I Hand, on TncKSDAY, Au!(iikt 5, 1880, at 1 :S0 p m. . which i called for wlcctluir reven delegates to the Democratic State OmvenMon to be held at Sprinutlvld. Thursday, AnciiK. 2,1th; alwoaeven delegates to the I 'oiifc.'r''t,tonal con vention to be held a Monmouth, Tuesday. S-p-tumher 14th. and fourteen rielenate to the Sena torial convention to be held at Carubrtdne, Thurs day. Hptemberid; and i Ho to non-mate f and! date for Sheriff, ''ounty .ludce, ferk. Treasurer and Miperintendetit of Schools, anil ran-not ntieh other buiiu-a aa may properly come before the convention. Th representation of mild convention will be ba-cd upon the democratic vole for i-reeldeiit In 1HS4. and apportioned amou the ever tl tnwnHhip and ward in the ratio tf one det ente for every thirty vote, and one deleiii- fr eery fractional twenty votes and over, m Hhin by the followlnr tanle: Andalti-i 'lHj 1 s. Moline. id 8 Black Hawk l,s fvt'nal Yallev H- 8 Kural 7 i BrigingfuD tt OV v. nr. I " tfd " , 1 8. Hock l-land 571 S M.-Uiie, 1-t Ward- Ki Ji Port Bvroii. TM: 'J iM - HS Cordova !".' -i " :;d " V'i Zmna 5Sj Si ' 4ih ' , Tit y 'urine Creek 4V I ' frh " 1 T't 2 Bowhnt; :t!t I Iork 11 ndl-tW ft K Buffalo Prjirie 11 til 4, - 'M " ir ti Drnrv .. Mi 2 " ' :U " lW tl Hampton, lt ft Hiii :i 4th " ill 7 Jd ' li'i ,' ' " 5Iti is-, fi " H l " " ' ti:h " ! S i S 8. Moline. 1- p t 1 ' 7th ft- 2 Total vote 27.. T-ttal uVleiMteH. The cmnru-ie!' In the different tnwnhip will he held til a p. m.,and in ICoek Plaint and Moline at Bv order ul the Ttenmrratir County Committee. Al'i.tvr HI ESI Nti, Chairman. Rock I-Uud. Julv 24. ISM. TRIi'T. Democratic Congressional Convention al Mas month. Tuesday. Sept. 14:h. 188b. The democracy In tli several counties in the Kleventh cont; reunion l diMirh't are re)'H"ted to end delegate to a cotiveuriuti to Ik- held at Mon mouth. Warren county, on Tuesday, September 14, ISti, at 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of norninutinir a candidate for oni:re, nd t trnitu-t hicIi other rni(tinei a? mny ie prcM'iited for the con Diderntion oi the convennoa. The devoral counties in the con!ireiiioiiMl dis trict will hv entitled tolhe fellowm reiircienta tion lta.-d ii m ttie vote c;it for i lfveiiiiul and Hendrk-k iu an fo '.low: rorTmrm. Vole?' Rock !-laud ' 7 Mercer nut 4 Henderson ' !!.' Warn'ii Soft- HnrciKk SSm 10 Mrilononlt , , ; ;jtr7u H Hchuylcr. ' 19 rt; h Tottl 4t By order of the Democratic ConrcwiuiKil Com mitten, Eleventh diilnci of Jtltnoi-. 'HA". H. Whit h kb, C'hnirni;in. . MACoan, III , Julv i, lstt ii:no k ith K: tTOKi u. i o- V.TlO. The conntie of Rork l-l:md and Henry, com prtciiifc' the Twenty-find Heimlorial Diflriet. re reqiiccfed to (tend delegate to h eonvention to hr held al the Court HmiK in tne rit or Camhridp". Ou Tm Rr day. Sep temher 2, isi. at 1 p m.. for the pitrooxe of nommaltnv' a ramii date for reiretenlntive, ajMMnririL' 'urtioril Couiiuitree njui fr tn-itt'tii) Midi utlo-r liit-jin-f u m properly eme hi-frr rh- convvuMon. The haif of representation will He on- dele :ite for evt-ry two hiiiulred voti-s c;it for clcvidand and Hendrirk- in lM. and one deleirati' for every fraction or one hundred vote, m fuiiows: Itoi k Inland county voih 1 1 dele-rites. Heurv county .... ":,0M in T S. sn.vif. Ki'oknt l.Kwis, F. B Wai:ii. Couiuiiiti-e. Kock 1-iuud. 111.. July '21. 1-s... "When lovely wonma sloops to folly, ami U'ttros too Into that men ImMtiiv, sIm- I generttlly goes to wirk to secure th vorre. This aeeouuts for (he separation, of Catharine Lewis from her Scutcim. viun dud. The sixth untiuul session of the Grand Legion of wleet Knights, A O L. W., of the jurisdiction of Iiiin-iis, including the states ot Illinois, Wisconsiu and I-wu, will meet id the city of Ottawa, 111. Tues day, Aur. 10, and renuin in .-rssi"ii three days. Enulasd is welcome t her dyu ii'it tcra if 8he will give us b;u;k the (-armdun tourists who are currying the doll.trs of our daddies miroaa the unriiiern dorder The new extradition treaty with Great Britain is a necessity. Unless it passes, the people will -join pell d to abandon banks as places of desposit und return to the long stocking of their ancestors. The president is likely to veto lh; die omargarinc bill, and it is dilUeult to fur nish reason why he should not do so. Tne people asked for legislation to curb a most flagrant fraud. The makers of oieomargariue Lh I peen oh:aiutng money under false pretenses by p.istu off their off! grease for butter. Iusu'ud of pass ing a law to puuinU ihe.-e fiuaiis and couotcrfeilers, congress h uirler tiken to puuish the cmsuan-r with a tax Of two ceuts pui jeiund. Th-.rrc is iu merit iu uu such a bill, li docs uot nc complih the object of repressive legisla tion against fraud, but distinctly recog nizes the fraud und rtddg to the burden of the victim by the imposithm of a tax The president should veto tins tall, by all means. The North American lie view fur Aug ust will contain all article ou "Hi-:iurrk. Man and Winister,"tyex-Miuisier Johu A. Kastton; a theological essuy in reply m the question, 'Vhy am I a Catholic?" by the HeV. fci M. Uraudi, President ot the Jesuit collefe at WooUstuck; a poni humous a. ticie ou "Lite luAurnic' y Elizur W right the last essuy he wrote; "Radicalism in France." a crisp and vig orous article, by Heuti Ilocheloit; "Lab or in Pennsylvania," uy IJeury George; "Aly Negotiations with Gen. Sherman." by Gen. Joseph E. JounNtuu, tne. Cou federate General, in winch he tells luu Aory of the end of the confederacy ; and shoner articles by Or. Iex-r. Geu. Wm Farrar Sudtli, Gideon J. Tucker, Wm. Hoiiuea; i'raucis L. Ferguson, and ex Minister eioruggs. Henry GetHge's arti cle is devoted to a d :riiti(H of life, iu the co.il regions, and astarilitig reveU lion of ihe condition or labor there, Mr. George visited the anthracite region as special commissioner of the North American Kevjt-w . The baTtitiiiil use of pills inasnrtr ini'iiut of ulliiuuU'ly umk'rminiuK huul;b ami lay iDg the foundaliun for gome of the uiosl distressing cases of chronic tnttlailigs. Use Dr. Jones' Ite l Clover Tonic, u purely blood tonic. It cures all diseases of Hie stomach, liver, blood and kidneys. Can be taken by the most delicate. SU cents, of druggists. . Peaches in California are selling at $80 a too on the trees. "That tired feeling" from which you suffer so much, particularly in the morn ing, is entirely thrown off by Hood's 8ars- apamlla. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Taken m a whole, crop in Texas are re ported better than last year. Manzanita broke the 4-year-old trotting record Wednesday at Cleveland, covering the mile inlMOV The Democrat of Washington county, Illinois, have instructed for the Hon. Will iam K. Morrison for conereea There is no foundation for the report, published Wednesday morning, of a f'AiO, JOt) lumber fire at Go wen, Mich. One hundred Hindoos were killed and many Injured by to burning of the thea tre at Tinnevelly, British India. It Is reported that the Dwyer's great mare. Miss Woodford, baa broken down, and (hat she will be bred to Hindoo. Henry Dunkul hanged himself Wedne lay on a farm near Waukesha, Wis, He left a note stating it was too hot to live. The Monona lake assembly opened its event h annual eneampment Wednesday, at Madisou, Wis., with au attendance of 1,HH The tlour output at Minneapolis last week reaebeU lol,tx)U barrels, against 15,800 the preceding weok. There is a better demand tor r!our at lower prices. The Uatabur (UUj Plating works were artly wrecked Weinpsday ly the boiWr exploding. Kred Tayior, brother of the proprietor of the mil!, was kilie-.l Tiit Ktpuhlt an Icyisiators of California, in caucuH WeUues lay, resolved to elect a I nited StaWb senator, to till the unexpired termed of the law John R Miller. iiyron Kengr, a farmer living near Al- liauce, ubio, (.uarreied with bis wife at the iupjier tubie Monday evening and then went to the barn and hanged himself. A resolution was passed in the Spanish chamber of deputies Wednesday providing that the government free as soon as pos- lOie the reinammg vutou slaves in C uba. The committee of twenty of the Western Anthracite Coal association met at Sar atoga Wednesday, and decided to raise the price of coal 1" cents a ton, beginning Aug. J. Lieut A. G. Brown, Jr., charged with the larceny of $1,000, belonging to the rourth ot July celebration committee of iackson, Mich-, was arretted Wednesday at l a- oiua, W. T. In the Krie tPa.t district the Republicans have renominated C. W. Mackey for con gress, iu opfiositjon to the wishes of the bolters, and the indications are that W. L. Scott, itemocrat, will be re-electod. Near Iocatur, Ilia, Tuesday evoning, the log ton? of James Cahill was burned, a v months oLi tiabe perishing in the flames. Mrs. t ah ill inado frantic efforts to rescue her child, and sustained burns of a danger ous nut ur. A silver cup has been awarded by the British board of trade to Capt, Kingk of the steamer l-'ulda for bis services at the time ot the sinking of the ( 'regon. Other offi cers und members of the Vuida's crew were also rewarded. A warrant has leeu issued for a Coving ton. K.y., chiropodist on a charge of mal pra ttctf. i Hie of his victims died of blood poisoning, anotbor is intra ly zed, and the third is sulToriiig from a swol.en hand from wh'eh the accused removal a wart Follow in,; aru Wednesday's scores iu the diamond hold for the National league cluhs: At Hoitu -Chieapi v, Uatou eleven ln nitiKs.; at Wa-hoigton City Detroit ., U aalimtun i . at Philadelphia Kansas Ciry ;i, l'lnludolpbia Id; at .New York St Louis n, .New York S American association: at l,lii!a!cl-hia-Atldeti'S 1, Louisville 5; at titilt ntmro St. Louis fl, H iltimore 0; at New York- Cincinnati 4, Metropolitan 1 ; at Dioonly u -I'lttshurg ii, Brooklyn la Another Mriciii IMitrHe. Dallas, Tex., July :;0. The Cutting af fair bail brought, to light another outrage on an Aineriean .iti :un. IL H. Heming, of ihi-. place, while nlmg agricultural imjde meiits m lifMco, was arrested, ,taken be fore the magistrate at l-aco, aud con dcntiiCd to bo ca-t into prison. His demand for the reason of hisarresst was totally dis-reaide-L Afier l;em in the dirty and sUllni jot I eiul't hours the determined ef loi t of mc intluuLial Auierican residents dccuie-i Fleming s iideao, t iouh without explanation or unoiogy. The mattr has been kept iiuiet for fear of in : urin hit firm s li juiv in 31u.u-y. CiL-4i'iiuLcr. L.okcit ftu .i i. iot.it., -'uiy 'i",-rur i i muiiu- fa toriii; firms have !o kl out l,i"0 mem- who lett work rathor than Kave its ranks and join the Knights ot l-abor. llr.Mim .Ioiiil- u Lon il on Sortvenir. "i miver ajiprejiaied 1'ittoburg till 1 struck the inventor's exposiiiou iu Iondon last nepteinlwr, " said a proieasionul gouLl -man the Oih-T Jay. Then ho lontmued: ". trolling through the department of jwHiery aud loss exhibits 1 saw a placard: '.-- mi t.htss .NHkue.' The cherry lipied bn J edi tfirl entrenched behiod the silver nio;,u!ed show case sele ted a spun glass scurl in biirh colors and gave mo a receipt lor lour shillings aud six pence, 1 had a woi thy Kouveiur of the reat show. The i.o -'i- "era only sold by banude, an t my luri-t!.t!io wuul I tie delivered at the hided in t.ie thoi tiiu.;. H iii-iii t come. Threj days passed. Tired oi uaitiug 1 jumis-d into a cab and drove three, miles out Vueen roa I, 1 think it w.ii.. to Ui-' man u Lac lory as indicated on tii - curd i landod at a snuff and tobacco lure, w uoi e a little, round, fat, oily He brew greeted me. Ves, it wan the factory. Ui d'-rs were so heavy he had failed to nil mine ou time." Where is your factory T " oust oud dere. " Through a dirty rear window indicated I could see nothing but a squatty coal shed. in the litt le buck room hundreds of scarfs were being prepared lor mailing. A big box, with a greasy oil-cioth co.er, whicu had been utilized as a breaKt'ast table, stood n. urihe wmdow. On tne side toward me I read ilit' ictiad. - Vroui l'i;tburg, Penn., U. 8. A.' " -Taeri) is n-jLhiu ' no.e W tell. The spun gia eui i'i''y iny b. 'loved sou veuir of the in veu lot s had ben iasuio.ied Within i mne o;. my home in l ittiburg." Pittsuur, Piapatctr. ADV1CL 10 BOliltBS. Are you disturbed at ni"lit and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and cryiiisr with pain of cutting teeth? If so. send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Window's KoothinK Syrup for children teething. Us value is incalculable. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately. Depend uKn it mothers. tin re is no mistake about it. It cures dysi.uli ry, diarrhoea, regulates the stom aoli aud b'.wcls, cures wind colic, soft- em ttic irumu, reduces inflammation, and 2ivi tone and enerfrv to the whole sy U;m. Mrs. Winslow's SootliinK Syrup f.)r Children Teething is pleasant to the taste, auJ is the prescription ot one ot the oldest and best female nurses and phv- diciaus in the United States, and is foi ?a!t by al) druggists throughout tlie world, f'nee 2.) cents per bottle. feb-J-m w-s ml-y lint one boy is now enpaed in the special delivery at Ibe Camden, JN. J posloffice, and he is not occupied oue half In-; nine. Hav revs r. 1 can recommend Ely's Cream Balm for Uose Cold and Uav fever. I have been a treat sufferer from these complaints and have used It. 1 have recommended it to many of my friends for Catarrh, and in till cases where they have used the Halm freely they have been cured. T. Kknnkdv, drv goods merchant, Ithaca, N. Y, Anion;; the workmen specially occu pied with tar in the Paris Uas works only three were sick in the course of seven veurs. IIOSKOIID'S 1CI0 PHOSPHATE Bewars of Imitations - Imitations and counterfeits have again appeared. Be sure that the word "Uoiia foud's" is on the wrapper. None arc genuine without it. POLITICAL POT-POURRL ACTIVITY OF THE PROHIBITION PARTY IN SEVERAL STATES. The WI.con.lB ftod Michigan Aatl'Llqaoi PartlM Nomln.l. Stats Ticket. Vow cl.rly KccelvM a avt-Back Georgia Democrat. Nominate Gordoa for Gov ernor Note.. M adison, WU, July 30. Th Wiscoorin Prohibitionists met in stats convention Wednesday and the following ticket wai nominated: For governor, John II Olin, of Madison; lieutenant governor, Iir. Charles Alexander, of Eau Claire; aecretarj of state, C. It, Blackman, of Whitewater, treasurer, A. C. Ilerryman, of Marinette; attorney -general, C. W. Chaflin, of Wau kesha; railroad commUsioner, A. A. Rilan, of Cumberland; insurance commissioner, B. F. l'arker, of Mansion; state superin tendent, Professor J. & Blairsdell, of Be loit. A platform was adopted which demand, a stats and national prohibitory law, and their enforcement by a thoroughly sympa tuetic part; declares that the frohiuitioo party ha. passed the days ot compromise, and will neither seek nor accept atliliation with fiarties that may promise temporary advantages; expresses sympathy with tlis elTc-rts of waKe-workers to better their condition, but declares that total abstinence for the individual and the prohibition of the liquor trarlio by the slats lis at the threshold ol lubor reform; favors thorough public edu cation, a more carelul and just imposition ot taxes, constant watchfulness against the increasing power and exactions of individ uals, a vigilant supervision of the uses to which the franchises intruBted to corpora tions are put, and a careful maintenance on the part of the government of a complete control of economic conditions in currency, in tbs owership of land, and in all other particulars on which the general diffusion of prosperity may be directly or indirectly depend. s Prohibition Nominations in Michigan. " Lan.sim?, Mich., July 30. The stats Pro hibition convention met here Wednesday and nominated tbs following ticket: For governor, tSamuel Dickie of Albion; lieu tenant governor, Charles Mosher of Mosber ville; secretary of Btate, John Kvansol Bellevue; state treasurer, A. C Fisber of Detroit; auditor general, S. D. Williams ol Saginaw; attorney general, J. R. Laing of ritnt: commissioner of the land ottice, My ron 11. Walker of Grand Kapids; superin tendent of public instructions, liavid Beml of Mauistee, member of state board of edu cation, o. K. Downing of lshpeming. rowderly S-1-Buck. W'ilkksbakre, Pa., July SOI At a meet ing ot the lemocratic committee of Lu ;urne county, Wednesday, it was resolved to recognize Mr. iStaniey Y ood wa rd, and to recom mend h i m to all 1'emocrats in Luzerne aud I .acta wanna counties for the nomination for congress in the Twelfth con rewjional district. Mr. i'owduly'B friends in l-ncka wanna i ounty are much chagrined over the matter, as they bad hoped the liemocraU of Luerne county would sup port him as their candidate. 4orloii lor (iovernor of tUeorsia Atlanta, tia, July :V0. The state Dem ocratic convention m-t Wednesday am) Juuge liigbam, of Troup county wa ele-ied permanent chairman. The major ity rule was adopted, and Uen. John B. lioniun received iif votes out of Si for the iiumination of governor. The old state bcuM- oilicers were rt-nominated for their resjK-cttvc ptxirions. Alter a resolution of fealty to tne Democratic party anJ indorse nient of i'rt'sident C leveland the convention adjourned sine die, A rlifirnla So.tor To He 'liH(tn. Sai itAMKFrrn, Cal., July liQ. A Repub lican caucus of the members of both house-: or the legislature resolved Wednesday aft ernoon to elect a United States senator to till the unexpired term of the late iSenaloi Miilor, to whose seat Governor IStonemau appointed Senator Hearst, the present in ,i u alien U Oliio PrMiIbitlnulstM. L'xTroN, tJbio, July :i0. Seven hundred ddegitins astnbled in the stato Prohibition con ven lion lhursday morning. Profvssor ,J. VV. -narp, of Manshclu, was made per manent chairman, and Charles Talcott, of Ashtui-uitt, secretary. Chairman Sharp de livered a red hut and riuging Prohibition udJre&s. termoiit (renbarker.:w E.iv.ik Ji-nction, Vt, July ;. The (ireenbackers in convention Wednesday nom mated the following candidates: Kor governor, T. B. Smith, lieutenant governor, T. W. brown, treasure, F. r arbour; secre tar j- of btale, A J. Merrill The Po-tial Telegraph Com pan j. Nr-'w Yuiek, July W). The factwapnb) liahed Tburiny morning that the Posta tt-lcgrnph company was completely reor ganized Wednesday by foreclosure and tale. The old mortgage bonds and stocks were wiped out A new company was formed with a capital stock of J&,U00,'Od. ho bonds or other obligations now exist Mr. Mack ay is the principal holder of the Lock. The policy of the new company at present is to extend its lines to all the prin cipal points on the Pacilic coaaL tVhuIitate slat Delivery. PiTTsist kg, Fa., July M There was a whoietie jail delivery at Wheeling W'ednes uaj While the ollicials were eating din ner twelves of the prisoner?, including a number held on serious charges, scaled the wails and escaped. The fugitives board -ni a halt i more & "bio freight train for this city, and when they arrived here in the morning they were met by a pobse of police ami ten of the twelve recaptured without double. Corrupt Election Judges i-ouud Ouiitj. CiNCivxAfi, July 0. John To&ney, one of the juices of the notorious precinct A. rourth ward, of this city, was convicted Wednesday fur frautlulent conduct as an election judge at the October election. John Minor and Patrick Kelly, judges in precinct F, Nineteenth ward, at the same elei-tion, were also found guilty of adjourn ing the court from the day of election uuiil the next day with irauauient intent. residential Nt mi nations. Washington City, July 30. -The presi deut sent to the senate Thursday the follow- ine nominations: George A. Jenks of Pennsylvania, to be solicitor general; Brad lev M. Thompson of East Saginaw. Mich.. to be receiver of public moneys at East Kuxinaw, Mich.; Thomas B. iavis of Lin coin, -Neb., to be receiver ot public moneys at Lincoln, Ieb. Aftked for a Postponement. Amkgtuk, Uass., July 3a The friends of ex-Hank President K. J. Lane proposed to the director Wednesday a postponement until the uetails of a proposed settlement could b aiTstnX It is expected that the itemiou will be granted ervons DeDlMtatsd Hon. Vu arc allowed a free trial of I Atr(.v day of '.lie use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic Helt with Electric Suspensory Appliances, for the speedy relief and per manent cure of Nervous Debility, loss of Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred troubles . Also, for many other diseases. Complete restoration to health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. No risk is incurred. Illustrated pamphlet, with full informa tion, terms, etc., mailed free by address ing Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich. dcod & w. Fatti's full name is Adela Juana Maria Ouida Patti Nicolini. Testimony of ths lata Chief Junes. "I have used Simmon's Liver Regula tor lor constipation caused by a tempor ary derangement of the liver, and always with decided benefit. It is a good med icine for the derangements ot the liver, such has been mv personal experience in the use of it. HntAif Warneb, Chief Justice of Georgia." CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. The Senate Dlscnsaes the Hnrplos Besa 1 tit ion House Hatters. Washington City July 20l Dawea championed the fortification bill in the sen ate Wednesday, and read a letter from Samuel J. Tilden strongly advocating a lib eral appropriation to put ear coasts in proper ooadition of defense. ' The senate amendments added over lo,000,O0 to the bill, which appropriated only 9o30,000 when it came from the bouse. It provides for supplying the Frank ford arsenal at Phila delphia, and the Washington navy yard with tools and machinery for the assemb ling and finishing of the heaviest modern ordnance, for the purchase of big guns and the encouragement of American steel manu facturers in the production of steel forc ings, etc., for such work by giving them contracts for large quantities of steel, etc. The bill was passed, and the Morrison sur plus resolution as amended by the senate finance committee taken up, alter which the senate adjourned. Both houses came to an agreement on the legislative appropriation bilL Thursday the senate at 11. it) proceeded to the consideration of the house joint resolu tion to apply the surplus in the treasury to payment of the pubiic debt, Blair giving notice that at the nrsL opportunity he would call up the vetoed pension bills according to their order on the calendar. Allison opened the debate. He spoke of the importance of the subject and how it Opened up the whole financial question of the government, but boned that at this late stage of the saMjiou the discussion would be closely confined to the distinct points in volved. Plumb advocated the joint resolution as it came from the house. He believed that a reserve of $ju,uoO, 00A would be amply suffi cient. The discussion was interrupted and a conference was ordered on the deficiency bill Allison, Hale and Beck being ap pointed conferee. Uesuming conisderation of the "surplus" resolution. Vest spoke in favor of the reso lution, as it came from the house. He main tained that there was nothing political in the question. llnuM. Washington City, July at The house Wednesday tased the sundry civil bill and ordered a conference committee upon it and adjourned. The house passed a bill appropriating $.'jO,Uti4J lor the erection of a public building at Jefferson, Tex., and immediately went into committee of the w hole upon the senate amendments to the general deficiency bilL There was no oppo,tion to the recom mendation of the committee on appropria tions, and after their consideration bad been concluded the bouse ratified the action of the committee of the wnole and a confer ence was ordered, Messrn, Mums, leierre and Mct'omas boing appointed conferees Thomas called up the veto message on the bill granting a pensiou to Mary Anderson. Reagan, who desired to call up the inter state commerce bill, raised the question of consideration and the house refused to con sider the veto'messae. Sawyer of New York then called up the vetoed pension cae of Andrew J. Witson, but the house also refused to consider it SICKENING SPECTACLE. A (toad Kabj'tt Sbruitd CaUlifs fire anl Its Head In Kuriiel Irom Km loily. Chicauo, July .ft The shrieks and yells of a number of i.roek and Italians in a small frame cottage on Thirty ninth street, at dusk, Wednesday, drew a crowd of peo ple aud several police o I lifers to the scene. A moment later the cottage was seen to be on lire, Humes bursting from the windows and door. Zeaa King, ne, the oo upnnt of the cotuige, giving vent to the most piercing cries, suldt-n y darted into the burnine Lutlding and soon after emerged, hawug m bis arms iho beadleae body of a mouth old child, scarred and bUu fceiM'd. Tno baby, it seems, died Wednesday, and the corpse bad been laid out in a middle room. At it heS i, a is the custom with these people, several lighted wax tapers had been arranged. A number of the ueighlors ot the b reavrd parent had called during the day and were talking in a subdued manner m a front room, leaving the dead body atom. The candles burned to the socket of the bolder and set tire to the shroui enveloping the dead child. The ell or of burning leh soou pervaded the different rooms, aud caused in vestiat ion to be ma le. At sight of the burning corpse the old women and decrepid men, uttering cries ard yells, ran hastily from tlie cottage. The father. however, returned aud caught up bis dead child. The head hittd teeu burned olT, and rolled a blacked ball to the Moor. The flames spread rapidly, and despite the ef forts of the tire dejai truant the cottage and its contents were eutireiy consumed. The distracted father and mother of the mutilated corpse prevented a sad spectacle as they sat with the headless chil i lh tween them. Thoy have no home now and are almost penniless, as none of the burned buildings were insured for as much as n dollar. . The SafAlnca Kitrei Saratoga, N. Sf., July i'A3, Tho iace. Thursday resulted a iollow: First racv, purse iMOO, 1 mile; Lady Wayward on; Fndurer second, A mber third . liiiv. i:4l. Second race, Alabama stakes, fr . -yrr old fillies, 1 .'(, nubs; Millie won; Motii Mc Carthy's Last second, Charity third, time, l:Vt. Third race, cash handicap. I miles; O Fallon won, Hoyai Arch second. Mona third; time, Fourth race, .sell ing purse $100, Ji' mile; Monogram won. Shamrock second, Islette thin I, unit, l:li;t4'. Fifth race, free handicap steeple chase, purse f5t0, about 2 miles; Iiourke Cochran won, Disturbance second, Buce phalus third; time. 4:1 A Biew Telegraph Line. New Yohk July ift A Montreal special to The Tribune says: eneral Manager Homer, ox the Canadian Pacmc Telegraph companv, stated Veddeday that his com pany had made a twenty-live year contra t with the Postal Telegraph comjany and the Mackay Bennett Cable company, and that arrangements bad also been made to con nect with the Baltimore V Ohio syttom throughout the United States. The news has created a stir here.1' , A SiKI.n.Slil Swim. New Yurk, July (lus bundstroD, a long-distance swimmer, started from a point in ths East rivsr opposite the battery Wednesday to swim ro High bridge, a dis tance of sixteen miles. he start was made at 2:02 p. m.. the wager being f lot) that he could not cover the distance. At ti:Us the swimmer reached High bridge, and appar ently was not in the leabt exhausted. -i Arijourniueut Talk. Washix.uon Crrr, Julv :;(!. The indi cations continue favorable for au adjourn menl ? congress without day by next Monilav. Should the president, however, decide neither to sign nor to veto the oleo margarine bill, the iriends of the measure will ssek to postpone adjournment until Tuesday, on which day it will become a law without ths president's approval Ely' Ckeam Balk whs rvcummended tome by my druggist as a preventive to Hay Fever. Have been using it as directs ed since tbe 9th of August and nave found it a specific for tbat much dreaded and loathsome disease. For ten years or more I have been a great sufferer each year, from August llili till frost, and have tried many alleged remedies for its cure, but Ely's Cream Balm is tbe only preven tive I have ever found. Huy Fever suffer ers ought to know of its efficacy. F. B. Ain8worth, Of F. B. Aimswobtu & Co., Pub- ishers, Indianapolis, lad. Ex-Secretary Robeson is reported lo be losing health. Who of us are without trouble be they small or large? The blessings of health are best appreciated when we are sick and in pain. . A hacking cough, a severe cold, or auy throat or luujr disease are very troublesome; but all ot these may be quickly and permanently cured by Dr. Bigclow's Cure. Safe and pleasant for Children 1 Price 60 cents. HORRIBLE CRUELTY. A YOUNQ GIRL TIED TO THE FLOOR FOR FIFTEEN MONTHS. A Hope Futeaed About Her Waist Which Was roar Inches Shorter Than Her Nor- mal Waist Measurement Rescued by 0eer f Human Society A Story of Brutal Treatment. New York, July 30. A Bhockine case of brutality was discovered in the home of Robert Melville in Brooklyn. Melville's family consisted of his wife Kli?a and a 1J- y ear old orphan niece. The latter, it is said, was never allowed to mingle with the other children of the neighborhood. The at tention oC the Hociety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children was directed to the case a few days ago through an anonymous note, and Wednesday Ollicer James Mc Comb visited the house unexpectedly. lie round the girl tied to the door in the base ment There was a staple in the a floor, and to this was fastened a ' piece of rope about a y ard long. There was another piece of rope around the ihild's waist, from which de scended a loou A p&Ulock fastened this loop to the rope attached to the staple. The girl was seate i, half-naked, on a stool when Alciomb enter J, and she begged him to release her. The rot-e wai three quart ers ot an inch in thickuem. and was made of an extra qualitv of braided cord. At ht the girl said she was removed to a small, dark room npstairK, where she was locked to the Moor, a roe extending from the lloor to a loop at her waitt, which was never removed. The rojte waa just long enough to enable her to throw herself on the bag of rags which served for her bed. McC'omb released the girl, cut the rope from her waist, an t took ioeMssion of the other instrument of torture. A doctor ulrsepiently examined the girt, and found that the roue belt, vhKh had not been olf her waist for fifteen months, was four inches shorter than the normal measurement f the waist Mehitle and his wife said at the police station in East New York that the girl was wild, and they tied her up to cure her of bad habits. The cirl wiid tbe wan the daughter of a lr. Mnlvi!h of Peoria. HI., who died four or rive yetra aa tShe re members the time when she and her two brothers lived at home in Peoria. It was a big house, and there was fine furniture, it is believed that thegirl's father was wealthy, and that some mouey was left to her. The girl said her brothers still lived m Peoria. SUSTAINING LOGAN. A Letter from a Prominent Ohiw liiif mt to Henntor Kvarts. W'ashinuton City, July tenator Evarts is in receipt of a bttr from a gen tleman whom he chara'tertvs as one of the wealthiest and most prominent ltemocraU m Ohio, The writer compliments him in glowing terms for his courage in voting against an inxesttgation of the Payne sena torial election in hio. Ueferrin to the abuse whivb ten. lan has received at the bands of the Ohio Republicans for his atti tude In this mat tor the writer sava: Logan's Republican f rieds say this forever destroys him as a presidential candidate. 'so far as Ohio s vole w concerned. Iht truth is, Logan has never been popular among the Republicans of this state, and there is not the slij'htf'st probability that a sin til? one ot htr lorty-two votes would have len cast for him at h next nominating cou nt ion tshould be, however, become bis party's candidate for the presidency, there is not tbi slightest prtdinliilitv tbat'theOhio lepat'lican-t would desrt him to anv ait- preciable extent, and for every one that did so thtre would be a dozen liemocrats to till bis place. 1 myself will subscribe $l,0uu to assist his election, no umuer who my party nominate ag.tinst him. I r inert l-ecpnlti Stnrt fur llmne. Sew York, Juiyi. The liraiiJian frig ate Almirante Barroo, with Augusto L?o pold, the imerial mi ldy, afioard, Ruled lbursday mormng. before goiug on h '-ard e fricajVe Lton Aug us to said ho was much tlattri by the treatment he bad received hile in tms country, and expresstnl a wish to return. A large case of oil jtamtings purchased by the prince while hiv, aiejat the couso fate waiting to tie seat to Rra iL The OIimtrarine It ill. Washington C.tv. July The oleo margarine bill is in the bands of the presi dent aaiu, with theommon of the attorney general upon it It is said that Mr. Gar land holds the bill to be constitutional but inexpedient, icasniuch as ti e rv venue it raises is not ueeiied. It is feaied l y the friends of the bill that if thU tliuld agree with the views of the president he will veto the bilL The- 1 ubr-K.or. Kew Yokk, Julv 1 The Btamibip Labrador o! the Kreic h lino is now lying at her dock in this city and the imuii3s sus tained from the tire in b r liucu raom are being rapidly repaired Th agent o thy comjiauy savs the damage sustained mil not amount to more tiian '-i,iKH. The caro was uninjured and none of the pas sengers sutTered uior than a ti tiling lo. Tin re In N I)e-litiliou. Haukax, N. B., July '') A bpcial dis- patch Irum tSL Johns, . F. , contains a contradiction of sensational reports of the pvevai''u-e ot desttiulioH in that co'ouy, and sttteb that there have been no deaths from starvation. The St. johus Colonist denounces Wedell, who is in Canada seek ing assistance, as an im poster. Mtllivnn n mi I'mp, t. New Yokk, July SO. John L. .Sullivan's presence as referee in tlie games of th" Caledtmianiclub at tienwy City tV fines lay l(d to a vast crowd usv mtiiTg. i he re ceipts were for tiie Itviw .t of the Patneil Jund. Sulliv.-in was in viieiii-nt buuicr. ije refused all invitations to dnnitnytiimg stronger than teli..ei. t AiSHiMuT.iw ( rv, July .rtt.."!ii!!igei-s of tbe modi tied surplus resolunou s.iy that its passage by anniuli inaionty ol the senate is pretty certain, but that a lure iiumWr of Liemorrat vote can l)a seem-ed mt a mo tion to lay it ou the tLile until nt etou aud that the deitate may show the udia.i biiity of this action. A Jew aud a Christian .irl ( lopt . jACKSOXViLt e. Ills., July int. Nellie Goodwin, the pi-year old daughter of ihe JLev. . R Oooilwin, pastor ot the tenlen- ary Methodist Kpiscotal church, etoed 'Wednesday night with Meier Weii.sou ol i prominent Jewish clothier of this place, an were married. T4iey have . cd to parU un known. No Truth in the 'linr'r WaSHiKOTOR City, July - 0 (..eu. Ha'ii, chief of tbe signal service, says there is no truth in Kergt Connell's charges about Greely, and the war cVirtiiient will take no action in regard to them. GOOD RESULTS IB FVEBY CASK. D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer of Cbattanooca. Tenn.. writes, that lie was seriously afflicted with a severe coid that settled on his Iiidl's; had tried many remedies without benefit. Beini; induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for cou- suuiptiou, did so and was entirely cured by tbe use of a few but lies. Since which lime be has used it in his family for all coughs aud colds with best results. This is the experience of thousands whose lives have been saved bv this wonderful dis- covcrv. Trial bottles free at llartz & Bahnsen, drug store. England owns 25,000,WO towls 1.000,- 000 eggs were imported m mm. BDCK.LEN 8 AKM1CA SALVE. The greatest medical wonder of the world Warrautcd to speedily cure burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, can cerB, piles, chilblains, cornsteller, -rliap ped hands, and all skin erupl 10.1s, guaran teed to cure in every instance, or money refunded. 35 cents per box For sale by Harts ai Kahnsen AbsoSutcly Pure. Thif pnwttt'r never vrtfj. A marvrl of l-nril? utrenirtfi and m htile!WMiifne; luure ccouomira Ihau the orilnnrv kiinl", and cannot, be iold in roiriiniiti.in wifti tlj ni'iliif n le -f Ikw ('(, ehiri weight alum or pho-plmte xwthrti. AuM only can.. K'v.,i. Ha iiiN'i ruwimui 'i., ! Wall New York SWMUNI i Ytrcni APiElUYANGti AltuleAnl.TOtr Ihe flnc nn1 htqnal. ity ol 4.1aia lor vti.hMuuduit; Uvut. Every pood thiiig is Counter feited, and consumers aro C'AU TIONED acrainst IMITATIONS of these Chimneys mado of VERY POOR GLASS. See that the exact label is on each chimney as above. Tho Pearl Top is always clear and bright Glass. Mtiuufac'ivri1; O'A'I.Y by GEO. A. &1&C3ETH & CO. I'ttl.barKh al filas. Morfcs. FOR SALE BY DEALERS. THE ACADEMY, DAVENPORT, - - IOWA. tViiditcied tiy llu SISTERS OF UlIARltY OF THE 1!. V. JI. I Iff. r to you ii i.nlii'j- , .crv fa.-iillT of .iiHirins s tlionmc K-!iliil ami Mor.il Kdm.ilioli lii-j-U'itflioii Mre uiven ill CI:t-i-a'. Mu-lH-s. Mii.ir. l'iim m lt. llrawm. ,;lc. ar.,1 , on.tjul all, nuon i 1'aiil li. llomr il l ooial .''i!lilro Tin rtrilHli-ui I'allr ar,- f n rui-li. -i wi'li vtunl arti i:, oraihKal. Iii-l,ri-.al ami z.Milon al f harl. ami all oUut Ile.'hary api'liHiir-?-- fur tin- jmr ;m v of iiLlriirtioii. , lilirary of jfi u ulirir. y.ofi i al an.l miyt-t-M.-tiii-oiis Hork i- '.'ii to the mi ptN. wli'int nihid-- arc t!iu r.-iiiKtl bv a juiiici(oi cour..,- of n-ailiir. An t'li-i-unt fo:ir-M-n- lonldiu-: Ii.ih lu-.-n r i aiiI- IV crocu d. ipod.'iTi in a(l it-" a!!'.iiit"t''Hi-, litor- I12lllv v--ii(il:l'.:tl. to- IU' I ibr.mull oil Willi Htt'.llil. ii:tiu j Willi u-l .it'l ii,.3li-vl iill llol an.l ro'.l r. All tlie Mirf. iiiilinir-- t'Mi.lii..' to lite iul-ii- r-1 t'Xri'llfli'-t' anil pia' i." W'M !ll-til:itloli a.noii tli.- vt ot lln kino. Thf IKSt M .SIOI! OSH-II Momliiy, Septemb'T 0. lSSil. t'ataloi'n--.. i-onljiiniii full tio I tic illai r- u..iy lh- ohuill.- ly Htlilrttii1!!! lMM .'rCLATE CoN.KrTION AlAPKtlV, ll.iY-.tii.irl, loa. THE MOLIXE SAV1MBS BAHH (Chartert'l by tbrlAVi?fM nr. t,l Illinois. J MOLINB - - ILLiMOIl ip!i' ilslly Iroto y A . V . t o - P. fit . . .". i. .1 ot, T h ¬ us, Hio: haliircliiy liv.-r:!!.--- irroit . to tt oY'ocs otoroi allows! cu Ief;:!ls it ISa ri;e 3: ! psr lest, tsr Ansxa. OnpoHits- ronon-ed iu auiouuf s ot 5! ana up-a-arns. MSi-IUIlT'l t; ADVAMTAi.KS. i-yjl.Ht,--..rolKir.y OI ttir itupU- pthlr tolhtf depi..pHorr. Thi f!ic Man' tri'!i!Mt rom Nrrow:ne auyofiif nit'iiej f V nnir i y N;M'cial liter. married womcyntwu'ti irtl, Vic I'rt-ldetit ; V. II ebknway. t 'afi.ief ''ill nTKE-'- W. Wh-eMtrti. J'tsTliT S1..,T1-T W.Luinlcll, NelFim rheet.T. It W.'mi'Ve.e T.lJrant.. A. S. Wrfit, t . r. IKroiiv.Hv. lulu Gooe.-t. M.'br'7 V. 1! P.-.rtir. t$ri tu- (tiny c'i-.. s r ' -t .ii - r' r.Main kmc FRENCH'S HOTEL City Hall cmil'A'ik, Nkw Yohk OpimM.'e City Hall und tlw- JVf-ftiiitv. Tbi" Hotel is !! f the iri:wt .Tilet'' it it? P pnin;nnutt and turmture of anv nolst in riew lork citv. aud if romliicted on the EUROPEAN PLAN Kooirt! onlv One Dollar tm" dv U 't min idc' wa k from liroo;lyn brtdjre find Elrated It K. AlllHiec i;tsi th dMtr M.i-t e..:ive''tenl hotel in New York fur mr h int to stop at. Din ilia rooiiif. cafe and lutteh 'tunler repVie th all the ltixuriff al i.io.Urate urjecw. ju -T dwly 11 1 U'.l 1 11 IJ uio t .uMiniu- rase it! fwur dayi(r less ALLAN'S 8GU6IES. Metlicatod No nawmn dofee of rubebn. ru;.'iil:i or oil of t-andalwood thst are rerain prodore i (M-pf b V tletttnivHty tne roauuj's oi m- stmniarii. i'rtre JI. 51). i?o!d hy all dnifruii-tc or inuiled on receipt ny an nriifruiMc or maiieu on receipt r further purtict I arjt tend rjSiW VC ALLAN CO, IJ H ti John tlr, . l N. lork. IIVlMjJ ol price, ror f under itnrnciiftia eenu lur circular; r nv3yr 8t J I -ifrrc -u'J. l Thesa Washboatda are mado "2!s:-4l a Bct-iol tiiu. lhcbtrocc- S i'if.i. est board ad l't waaticia in tlw wild. Hot 6iia by all UeuWrs. i lake no otiier. i Mai.v i.rF'o ro. 1M.ULK, m Mgiuaw. illlcutgan may IT-dwly A25-CentBookfjr-12-cts. EUREKA RECITATIONS, By Mr?, amna Kamim.i. liEnii.. t In. rel.-ttr.iU- wachcr and clocHionlat. Kivt; Ditrnbrrs now ready. Kavb one conUins lis paires and band some lithunrauh cover. Prlre only 12 cents ca It Address J. 8. OG1LVIBA CO.. nuWislters. (P. O. box nm 31 Rose street, Sew York. Sl-diw v- r - r 1 I PaL Ost 30th, 1833. j - ii fpfl WILSON New Advertisements, NATIIRlT'A PERFECT RKALTH I1M IWrltO ? imBuMiH, if the Di CURE FOK ' p-ntiofi is Impaired, the f.lyer iiiacl ive. or vhe CONSTIPATION, "tAKSS1- EfrfittvfiSCSiiT CELTSEl APEBtEHT. will curt 4'oiiHtipatinn, 8kk lluaihirhe anl J)vg-pcpf-ia. !t rf'ttlatef the biiwcln and eitabUfi tbot?e of feeble dii;iiion to en joy their foiMl. H n dnr fever, ctKiln th1 hiood. it invaluable in Plle and !.iflammstrv dini-anfn, anil jusily cf-t MM-il AMThnl !r rttil'livn. Kcon'miiciil, rriij. '- n..n ll cli,...l,l Ur.Hllill Sick-Hoatlaclie, AND nvPFPu in "v,,py noiiwhoid. U I Ul Ul Uin ftthi by Drugttitt etitrif-trhf-re. Manafactured ouU by Trrant & Co., Ni'W York. ufiHTrn R'l'B',l'' f;","!men to ,raTi a"'' uAn I tU wUlo the tnds nur C.lebraisd ViKars, Tobacco. CiRaretln. ftc- Liberal ar-ntnix'-rni'fii. SalHrv or commlsi'loll. Addron. iiiuilf.lialrly, NKW VtlKK HAVANA CIUAK OJ. No. 1 Fourth ATt-iiu- New York. THIS PAFEB nifty t fminl on liOWEM. ACO'd ISEWBi'Apf a Adv ti whs (mo FmiaUU (10 rrucO Mp?pI. hers odvpr- HEW YORK. PENNYROYAL WAFERS. rrescnpiicn nr apliVKiciau who nasnau a iiiei"ngx)triencein treating female diwaws. Has been prest ribed in hundrtHls of I'atws as an unfailinR monthly rt'iuedy. I'lfonaat, safe, elTect- f 3jjt 'i''- ia'Jies hk your aruisfc forPeiin vroval Wafers, take no "fa-substitiitvi. S-aIed partfctilarg 2 stamps. Price. iw.'rtor. A'i-ir5S F.rnEu C'tiemcALCo., 1 W lioward St. L'tiuoir, Hi m. s.ld in l.iM-k Inland by M.n-liall & Fisher, 'lar xr lliMint- druj; rMore. O. E. MILES EDgraTBT OD f OOd. KXKOI'TES CUTS OF BtiilJiiip:, Jlai'hiiH'iy, Por tniits. Animals, &c. Also Ki.i-x'tkotyi'e Plates fnnii.liel in any tinnirn t. ami H- u'ili ni e r, ir of f'hrifiltAti chii, flri'i-t. ht-tttt't'l; Ith allll Tilh. DAVENPORT IA Offl. Ui-a.lv ASK FOR THE VV. L. DOUCLAS !w7 11liriT Baking Powder. (GOLD MEDAL AT NEW ORLEANS.) I.iidrct by I lie lead in Ilotcln In tU-1 omiir) . l!iroit ly itio ;ove rninrnt Che miM. lor the Indian 4 iuiui.iou. tinc riN k ai.isi i.i:in hh so-sk. KylTit-t.ni.-.t NKW YOKK. PHOSACID. WEAK MEM? UtrrN-rl Ihrn' - n : i.i i iiT tii Vl-NONLV .VA,' Urdi'. ': i'e -iU ait vrsit fimtf,n.-tir. . h-fi"i"d V.:,.WiMMm.j!ih. tk-UrK .L t. -t i:i-i!iiit:v 1'ivMi i. :r $s,ns m ,-a.h, II It fill C'irr-iil aU-"t ! in in 'i-tiii irsi i r i i-' ! I Iclis. V iirst caw yi r- TheSanden Llectrtc Co. t'j'J Lcballe t Chicago. m:iy IT-i'.v. lr Heafkess ES;tridCURE, hyone. ' leM twentv-eiLMit i licit. 1 tiy mifit ot die noted ipe:ia1tii h no beiietit. Cunti tirtuitif in 1 t the tl i i' muni h ,nd fim'e tlieii linudred of other : !; a plain. Mmrk' and f tier epifn ItiK" priVH i tro. dnent; R.idrx) T. .S. PA'.K, Lvit ! jt' t:itv. nrri dt.-t--3m "W. 1.. Dounlii-' . Mr A Stiiir,w.Trrnii!i tl.'j K m- jmi II (u -ati!it't. jif t lii -m l $$jg: tsl Hd lrtVc. (Ml -t)il iMf'lt (jl WittEl'- L'Ji'JXrAtk m HOOK ISLAND FIRE PROOF ROOF PAINT! A l i IVi.l 1'n stTv.itivo nt Siiiirk- Mill Mulnl roofs. It urn-sis ilto:iy ami i it-i vidus to waler. All work uarnnti'i J. BLANCH ARD & CO., ROCK. ISLAND, iT!l k l-li'it Pin :r.i.f tmi t: I I a t "tt t 'b r c.ttien a i GEOUGE PAHL'S Restaurant and Oyster Denot, 13kK!'STEAK, OVSTKR-J At Loiti.ir ll.trll l'l:ire, oriier Fimt I Avi-ilih- mi i Klllteelllll St. i HAWTHORNE'S II W I KK ii c ; K ll ti i:e it ti r. k 11 IH'U KICK KKR 1KB A K li K AA KRIi KK A A lt ll K AAA K K KKK A A UKSTAUKANT r!Ki-il ailvauoa md lo (nrwMi pxuits, HVI. YERBURY, Plumbing, Steam . Knowls' Sleaui I'ampa. Wnjii-inl.t'il-t rt-i'l l.i-t.1 Piiw, Pint' Kittin r aittl ami 1'st- ltiior of ill kiii.Is; . llraiti Tilu au.l Stwt-r Offlcifl ntl Sliop No. At the Davenoort ntQFr:ss'fAI- A KHZ. ATTORNEY AT I.AW-omre with .1 T , A worlhv. 17SS S. condsv.,,,,. ... . K"' . '-'im WILLIAM JACKSON. IT)HNEY AT I AW. fifltcc in Rk I, National Bank HaUding, Hck Inland. 1 11. JOHN S. HOLLAND, ATTORNET AND TOUNSF1 I.OR AT LAW over potoBlce. MoJine, Illinois. TTOHNFY ANrl'(irNSKl.I.(iR T LAW. 11 uf!V in MiiHitiic Ti-mpl.- lilwd. over Ror b if land Nn.ioiml l:.m k Kork I nl-ind. 111. s.p--v, dwtf . n. swtrtKEr. v.h. wti.asa SWEENEY & WALKER, ATTOIINKYS ANPf'OUNSRM.OR AT LAW Offlrif in BcnEslwi's blork. Kock Island. Ill suir-l-dw? HKKllEItT l. III.AKKMOIIK, TT(iHNET IN PATENT OAl'SKS Pt-n. thnsins of all kituN soiiritrd. Room 4 KirI Niilionsl 'snk building, p. n nrj (tnck liilsnd. Illinois. tii-lK-dwlv M. Til. CORBETT, ATTMItNKY AT LAW. in-r int i.in . rv Ni't-iry T'nMie. Abctrarlf. Lonnt1 nrd r.-M, , Huh' r' .l- v'trv fftir' itrsiM:ss imi:mtoi:v. AKItWAHB. 8t'wsrt XontL'oim ry, .wm cerond avt-nao JJUNS.MITHK. Wolff, i-hfi"., ill .' vntTilh trTi The Htirk IflHlnl PuiTV Aruji'Ht p.ih!il..l ev t;vfnin'J. iNtiiitiay v,-(.,,t,. tit in An' n M'" rit v. Tbe KM:k l.-bind Wif.nt.v ni every Friday. A !im inli d'jiari.t tion with thi- cni.'itd'r'hriirtit. Unprecedented Success HP THK NA TIONA Tj Cabinet Letter File. OVKHMWi FILES s,.)d tin- lirrt two yar. .r t,Wl NATIONALS i,.,w in ue by partivf wht liiive difcank'd Ihw iiioil u-ular of other The Natinnili? the I'.KST. inrjiit' it if morr rompb'te, niorc Kimple, .ind mor,- d'irnMe than any other ('almn-i ,t-tt. r Kile vx fmsdv. It t the i lu-.ifn't, he :iiirT?il tm,-'(,'rrMtT cniiar -itvthan miv other. Send for Illiir-trateil Cat Jojriic. M;imif;u titred by JOHN MORRIS COMPANY, Wholesale and Ketail St;itkmtTP ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! I'hU'UI Cast und Wrought Iron Fence! I'lieapt'st Fence in the WorM for Kesideiire or Cemetery Lota Made auy Height Desired. rPAll kiwis of I1!HN nd MACHINE v r oik- promptly and ..nii.f.-iciion cnarantcd. nli' for i.rici-s. HOWNING BBOS.. Rook Thland, Iil -ep-:.-dtv Dr.-B. G. Miller Would re-p,xtfutlv annonnre to the ick and af tlicicd, far and near, that lie treats difficult cim-h of all kinds. acute and hr'nic. onidwiferv and nn;erv excepted I. Twe-tv var pracliriil x rerieiice. Diffehn-j w.th all Iither?" in il n.- "f treatnieot : makrmr inarvt l.xj cure!' where i:tu r faikd to give relief; niaka speiialti uf Rhectmatism and Nedralgia, Forwhich he hip a Pperlal treatment and never fail" to euro. You need Mirier no louder. i?on su'tatioii free. Office hours y a. m., "to fi p. n juice aim reiuence .. s'ii h.tili'i'inh ( ftrvet. I.4H-K iMftmi. Aiure leiier tms 1622 apl-iy-dwly FARTHEST NORTH! Three Years of Arctic Service. Br A. W. GRFEI.T, I.tcnt. I1. . Army. Wg Lady Franklin llay Eapedltion of ltH.. Tko VqU Hoyaltvo.with MtH i'ortraU. over MO iiluitnttwnsand tiic Ojicial Maps and VkarU. aiVMTiJ Prof usidy illuatrated, abonnda with liTely dewription8.n Chicago Trtbtinc. "Of th muny volnmea written of Polar rditioo rone th'; in thcirtntense interest and value." Chicago Inter Oeeon. ' The b -i-t nimtn irr, both populat and acieutitic, vt Kurth Tol-ir repenrch." Hoston lieacon. ... - " lntercituib' iruiucvtcrto cover. Moat amply lUtralcd.' A'. Y. llmtfd. Beautiful .iiid richly filled volnTnes." Cincinnati fnrn't Gazette. In eveiy way BHiulactory and eomplet.' A', Y. Sation A Special Agent Wanted In ICverT City and Town. Aiw, CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, ISO State Vt , Chicaffo, or 7-t3 Broadway, New York. ILLINOIS. ufAi'.t'irud O'll)- by ns, and w d oc ji-ive ir cle AND tvAMK IN SlC Asuv, Islaiul. 111. Rocfc MM MM II II 11 II M MM M M M 11 M M riT i- i rrr r 1" i:ltll I. H HI. II Hit I. K It 1. It U 1.1 1.1. Ot) KKK (I O K 1 O It UK It I) II 11 IH It r AA A A AAA A A AND BAKEUV, No. 1GU SfcoinI AveniH narlks, etc. and Gas Fitting, IiisniiHiors iiu'l l l.ora, llrmts ilo il. -rjr .1. ..i-riiiti:i!i: Kno'isi Pint!. 217 Ki '"' li,,;ic lsli'M' . Business College, Book KRcrms, , IUPIIl'!!"fiU"T,'M,v ('OMMKIICIAI. 1AW. pHOSOi'ltArilT. TVPS WRITIHS, TSI'StrHArBT. DUNCAN A UAW&S, Prp'tri ,'wV,lq-Evt--r--niii;.TjfLtirw