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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1886.
ECZEMA ERADICATED. flenfJcmcn It i 'laff JWD IB fay that I think T am entirely Well of wra after having takm twin's S-i ni, I have been troubled with it vrrv little in rov fare since last eprmtr. At the lie:.inniii;;of r..i,l neither last fall it made asfe'ht appearance, but went aw and nif never irliirnil. -s. s. s. n,,d.,bt broke it an: at least it put my system int'il condition nnii lent w.li. It also benefited mv wifetmstlv in ease of sick heailaefie, and made a perfect ttr .rf breaking .mt my Utile three yuirolU daughter last summer. Hoikiii-vUk-. Us.. Feb, w. 1W. rUv, JAiliS V. M. HOIiltlS. Treatise, oa Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tor Swift Serrrw Co . Tlrnwr X Atlanta Oa. l'KOFKSSIO.NAI. 'AI!S. J. K. BEARDSLEY. a TTORNliY AT 1.AM I'lrlre with J. T. Kel -J wnrrnv. 1735 S ct.liila venue. auc-l-diMim WILLIAM JACKSON, TTOKNKY AT LAW. Olli.-e in Hock l.ilstio National Hank Uuililimr, 1,'ocl, Island, 111. JOHN srHOLLAKD, TTOKSKY AMI COCNSEI I.OK AT LAW al over postofrice. JHoiiue, Illinois. E. W. HURST, ATTORNEY AND rO-SSEI.,Oi: AT I.Aff. OftUie m Mnfonir Tnink Mock, ovt r Kc k I .an1 Ns.if.iml U.-tn k, liork t slum, !!!. tip'-;vl dwtf B. D. WEENET. T. L. W A I. Kit It. SWEENEY & WALKER, TTOHNEYSANTICOI'NSEU.OKS AT l.AY NSEI.I.OKS AT l.f nek, Itock (aland, ill. jiewr.' m isi nylen s l.li aurl-dwy HKKIIMtT . lil.AkKIMMil , ITTDHNHT IV PATENT C.M'SKS. Pn'..i. Ml. I'w.irii 4. First jl Husines itt all kind so! Natiii".'ii Hank Buililiiii.-. P. o Island, lllintiin. Cox Heek Ill-IS-dwIy M. M. CORBETT, ITllltSUV AT LAW. S.pei-..r inUianrery il coiar Notary Public, Ahstrii.-!-. I llec rums. Diriee. Bnfo d's n'm k. (taker's J.-welry s'nre. 1 avenue, ovei nftv-.H-illy BUSINESS IMitrJ'TOIvY. IT ARDWAKK. II Htewart A Monte-.. G N GUNSMITHS. Wolff t'tn... V I ;J; EWSi'Al'BRS. The Ro-k It-lftnti Oaily Ai m's; ptthliHti.-d ever evenmu'.SiiTi.larxce.U'il) in Arati Work, on pneite PototR.-e. Bom rvlvoriiMn.; im-.imm in the city. The Rack flsn-l Wskkly A:;fr-; p-iblinhed every Fn.lay. A fine ;h .(ot..-ifrm- in i-oiu ec tion with th cf:abl!.-iin.ctTi. THE Imnmlate Conception ACADEMY, DAVENPORT, - - IOWA. Omi'inctcd ty the LISTERS OF CHARITY OV TIIK K. V. M. fftVr to vAiiris T;iit'j vcrv faulty of a.'iuirliir a thoronu' Mental anl Moral E-ln.-iinon In-HOMif-tinns nrv inwn in flnsstcil St-Mif. Mti(, PMintin:, DriwittL'. etc.. and t'ftn.-tjtiu attention is piiil to Ho.n- :inl Soriul Onlfnrt. The r.'ritnti. ii h'lIK arc furnislicl wilh stand ard ireoirrnphtcnl. hitoricil and zn.ilnL'knt cti.Hrts, and all other riei-tnry tnplianc's f.r the pnr-pn-eof iiHtnu-fi.tti. A library of eritr.titir, poet ical ana ipwiisneim-i worK i open to the pu pi!,whoe minds ar; tiiu- rciin-d hy a judicious conrfeof readintr. An eletjant fonr-st-ry hmldinir has been rccnt Ty erected, modern in ai) ir rti)p.int';ients, thor oughly ventilated, h-'affd thr.nrL'hoiit with uteftin, Hirhted with irir- aud supplied u irh ho; and cold water. All the :rirro indinir rondtn-e to tlit- hiirh-exeellem-e anil place the mtinuion :i-!otn' rhe l-t of its kind. The next session open Monday, September (3, t'at-tloixue eontainin full p:irtici!:irs n.av he obtained by addresin iMB'-.CCLiTK CoXCEPTIoy A'.'ADtMY, Davenjhjrt. fowa. LOANS 1 to 4 per ceut per annum, llirec month; to a Lift-time in duration on i;ool secti rity. INVESTMENTS. "fc i wiil ppcnreone B VC I'EK BONO aad IJU CROSS BOND, i f of which noon cBRUXSWf CK 20-TH ,. aad one ITALIAN RKD the next redem.'tion noon takes idacn Hvitv Bond nartieinates in four Redemntion Dm wim-' annoally.and has more thnnone chance toohtuln aPremiumof from JUO.OilO to 100,000, tntcrfst on the iuve-tmeot, and thu bond at alftimcs art: worth their face value, and must be redeemed by their respective ffovernmentt, the com' a our United Httes Government Bonds. No Blanks, no ri;k whatever, and hnndreds of opportiinitie? of redemption, with premiums ranpin from 0 io$i"u,inw--tMiUni!J Lire heiiiET one of the lanr- preminma. f 3 will secure one of these Iwnds for tnp neit redemption. Ii"mitS3 by Mocey rdcr. Draft, Recintered Leiteror ExpreiJ. Rabince payahle in monthly ni!uimenin. u. o 'overDineuc iJonuson month ly piiymenta. Address lor circnlar. etc., C. W. FOSTER. Banker. J'in-3-dw 4'2 Bnwlway. New Vorfe. ASK FOR THE W. L. DOUGLAS Bet material, perfect ftt,ofinal any fr, orJInhno ?ry pair warranted. Take none unluestam Shoe, warranted. Con CHM, Bntton and Laee. If yoo canaot pet thene moeBirom aesiers, sena to w. I,. iJouclas, Brock- Pf too, Mass. iSO Baking Powder. (SOLO KB.U T KW oifl5i l iidiirsr-,1 by the leading Hotel. , ' Country. "-! Ipprnved by (be Gorrrnmiail nut lor the Indian tmnuiiaa" ""'Til K AI.IIF.l:iS( ll'si s, Ulal l.sbe,l !S3. NEW YORK. phosacidT Pennyroyal Pills. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH - THE OUIOtNiL ASD ONLV CESflSE. ' Or '"'"Peosable for LAlllKs. a," von. m..- ; ""-''we Ir. (stamnsl to na for i S return mail. Vil i t 'sttKIJ ClIMtlCAt. Co., Trade sup, ,,, .J1, ' 'Hare, Philadelphia. Pa. W,,o, ''"fWIN- (X... Wholesale A-euu,, Boston. Mass. SELF CURE ,. V ' ' 't!,e 'if ihe most ;- i.'' k''J::, u" f-etl.S. V,', ,,t ' ' '"" I.'el.ililv. ' JI U -hv.-Ilk I ,,.,. ,"' ' "cuiy. Scat w" r-fi. wapo j"'- b m " U ' -v c..isi3r.... y, f cVi Cr Lfe EST ' T A WSL 97 . 1(8 iay7 mm- GRANDMOTHER Used berba in doctortni; nn latnilv.ar.d nor simple remcdiea Hll 11 lit: v most, cases. Without the ue of herbs, aiodical science would bo powerless; and yet the tendency of the tunes is to neglect the best of all remedies tor those powerful medtcinos that eoriously in jure the system. ITTE! r loombinat ionof valuable herbn, caro :n,lyconipounacd fecni tlie lommlft of t rec-ular riivsieian. wh.i iIK.t tt,,. M VT . -Y private praetiee "h 5r success. It is r.f a drink.bm. . XVJnvlt,mh for i Y. s n, A fe-.s. imenMriox. .iv.; and while euiing will not hjyrt the system. Mr. C. J. Rhodes, a well-known Iron man of Safe Harbor, Pa., writes : My son was completely i.redtrat.d tiv fever and 9V,,mSP '"A" did bin. no t-,si,l I I,'!-,-" SSlJ: "'"bier's Herb Buter. and ui a short time the boy waa tjmte well." 'E. A. fichellrttra.ffrir Ttni-r4ot "tit St. Clair Street, Cleveland, 0., wjltes : ..'o"'. E'ttere, I ean ay. and do sav. cr i re. wnbed l.y w of tl!el,ntand uel i. -011,11 ,,( 1'ii.vsieiaiiBinoureity." ' 11 MISHLEK HEBB EITTEHS (rt), 525Commorce St., PhilacU liilna. Fsrker's Pie jsan t WormSiTTtr7)vcr Fat ij Is Life Worth Living? That depends upon the Liver, for if the Liver is inactive the whole sjs tem is out of order the breath is bad, digestion poor, liead dull or aching, energy and hopeMiu'ss gone, the spirits are de pressed, a heavy weight exists after eating, with general despondency and the blues. The Liver is the housekeeper of the health; and a harmless, simple remedy that acts like Nature, does not, constipate afterwards or veiiuhe constant taking, does not interfere with business or pleasure dur ing its use, makes Sim mons Liver Regulator a medical perfection. 1 have tested it virtues nersonallv nnH tnn. th.it for Uysneiisis., Billionsness and Throbbing H-adache. it is the he-t medieme the world ever aaw. Hive tried forty other remedies before slinmons Liver lteirulator. ard none of rhem "ve morjlhan temporary relief, but the Re.-nfutor not only relieved but cured. il. n . Josbs, Macon, ia. n COUGHS, CROUP AND CONSUMPTIONS i Mrs -SWEET GUSVS- MULLEIN. The sweet pum, na rrathenvt from a tree of tho -..iii,.i o Maim, ioiniiiiia u siinimiilniii evisai null prlnetple that loosens the phlctm prislneini lie. e;irly mornio e. mirli, ntel sliimilatea tlic t:itii RhrJ., ,m tim fn,M' niein!.i,inc In cnain and iiS i,,,,."'1-''- v",'n '"'"'il""! Willi the heal f II e . ,1 J1",:"'1 Prh"-IPle m the tnullnin plant , 1 er,v Pn-K'nts In 'I'A VI.OU'K I'HEBokKK l-wwrrtim AM, MI'I.i.EIN the finest naU7io ,.ke o ' P""iiahle. any child Is uudm. V -V-'o ormu-isriorix. i nee. . . i u.' i,;r, .1 iiaulu. Wa. MAKE MONEY Fortiinn are yearly made by successful opera tor. , 8tool9, grain and oil. , ,..r,"c ""calmjiue frequently piy from $300 to ZiM4) or more on each SlOO invented. IteliahlecorresiaTiident wanted. Addrvsx for '" . BlldiUH a KICHAIiDS, : , . . Banker and Broker. J nn-Mw , jo Jt u Broadway, New Fork. lwsityof?jriia. Law sehisils; k. tothose who pro,' K e & a war ra"- circular apply (? ; o. Crdvers' ZZTxZ tojoS. if. Misoe. Prof. com. and Stat. Law! mSdwlm TICUBORNE NO. 2. BRIEF SKETCH OF A POSSIBLY GUNUINE SIR ROGER, Tthll, Arlstucratic In Iteriti, and Kcceu trie in Manner rossessor of India lnh Murha Keferreii to In the Trial Knew Fainjly Sefret.s. Sir Koger Tichliorne No. 2, who has just gone to KiighinJ, missed tbe opportunity he uau sevunyeai-saga lioger Tichborile Na 1, otherwise Arthur Orton, was tlteu in Mill Umk prison.' Tho latter is now in this country preparing to lecture. Kir Roger iHuuo.r.e is, however, worthy of cunsiaeratioB. if only fo.- investigation. The wnter m t this edition of the Tichtarne ilaimants in tfcin Pian -iwo seven years nso. He had come tiji from San Uiogo on the invit ation of Frmk it l i.xley. (Jen Barnes, Senator Bta.cMi and others nnj there was so deep an underlying idea that he might to the genuine article that these gentlemen paid all his expenses. He came then reluctantly. He is a man quite tall, aris tocratic in bearing, but eccentric in maimer. WITH A HORN DK.N1TV. When he arrived from his "bee ranch'' he was tal.cn to Gen. Ilarncs' office, and there, with all a shrewd lawyer's tact and skill, he was ouestioned. ; harou and Fix ley were there The lawyer had a full report of the Tichboriie trial in England, with all the evi-den-e in full, step by step they led him Bluing The San Diego man needed no o iciiinu or prompting, lie answered every question promptly, and with a kind of born dignity. In the l,r,t place his stature, com plexion, everything exactly comported with the description of Sir Koger. This was a man who had lived on a San Diego ranch for years. Ho was brown, unkempt and cartons. One point in the Ticbborno trial, and which helissd to send Arthur Ortoil to the penitentiary, was that ha could not speak a word of French. The original fir ltojer was, like all educated Englishmen, a French pioticienti. (Jen. Barnes en lie,! the San Diego man's attention to this, and without lurlher ado began to sjieak to him in rrenen. liie stranger smiled and an swered Barne. in a way that made the hit ter hunf lib (IHendorir. I'hen he called attention to the roiorts in the testuno.iy where India ink marks on the original Sir Uoger were sworn to, but which Arthur Orton did not have. T can j 'itigo man simply smiled and re- marsed: "trentiemen. those marks I run snow you, and, after some hesitation and leiica, y on the part of ail, the man went into a private ortice and disrobed. There w as every India ink mark referred to ia the ticnixrne trial, and vet others knostn fn the Tiehborno family, but not brought out in eviuence. l he nvirks were of India ink made years and years before. They bore uuimsuiKnnie evioence o; age. These facta, coupled with the San Diego man's indiffer ence, simplicity and eccentricity, and his i ieci s.nowieugo ot everything connected with the name of Tichlorne. convinced Frank I'ixley that thev had the treimine Ar ticle. HE PATS HIS OWN WAV. Gen. Barnes wrote to England, explained one or two private marks that he had ob served on tbe man s body, and on the strength of this received a cheek for 100 pounds sterling to pay the San Diego rnnu's way to England. Then came an other strange phase. Tbe San Diego bee raiser refused to go. He wrote Gen. Karnes that he was sorry he had listened at all to anybody. He was Sir Uoger Tich lorno, but he had a wife ana two or throe children: he had a good ranch in San Diego, and be knew what an effort to establish his identity in England wouid mean. He would not go. Then Gen Barnes and Pixley dropped the subject and half confessed to themselves that they had been fooled. But the refusal of the San Diego man to take the lev pound draft has always kept Gen. Barnes1 interest alive. He passed through Chicago some months ago, and the subject came up in conversation with a friemk "1 have no doubt," he said, '-that that fellow is a member of the Tichborne family. But he's crazy he s got a wife that he's at tached to, turee or four children and a good farm. He's independent, he never asked any of us for a cent, and when the family sent him 5U0 through me to come home and be looked at he wouldn't take it But he knows all about the Tichborne family and has told me things in secret that I know nobody could know unless he was a member of the family." io people who re.iieiuber the rise and de velopment of. this man seven years ago his reception in England will be looked for with interest His wifo is now dead, and his children in school ui Los Aneeles. It is wssible that the man in his loneliness has resolved to go to England and assert hi: cmiui. ne pays nis own way. Seven years ago Senator Sharon alone was so im pressed with the truth of the man and his dentlty that he olfered to back him for a trip home at least. He refused as he re fused the impound draft sent by the tichborne family through lien. Barnes. tor. cnicngo Herald. A iplder-eh as n Telephone. V. bile a gentlemen was watching s spiaers, n occurred to him to trv what eliect a tuning fork would have on the sects. He suspected that they would regard the sound u.t a, they were in the habit of regarding the sound made by a rlv. And sure enough they did. He selected a large. ugly spider, that had been feastinir on Aim for two months. The spider was at one euge ot ma wen. bouudlng the fork, he touched a thread at the other side ot the web, and watched tho result Mr. Spider had tbe Louring sound conveyed to him over his telephone w ires, but how was he to know on whi.li particular wire the sound was traveling? He ran to the center of tb web very quickly, and felt all around until he touched tho thread against the other end ot wnica the tork was sounding; then tak .uS auueiiT tuieau ciong, just as a tuan would take an extra piece of rope, be ran out to tne lork and sprang upon it Then ne retreated a little way and looked at the lorn, no was puMleJ. He had expected to find a huebig liy. II , got on the fork again ani danc d with delight He bad caught the sound of the t'.y, and it was music to mm. it is said that spiders are so fond of music that they will stop their spinning to listen. ana a man once said that when he retirei; w) nis room lor quiet before dinner and piayed tn? time, large spiders would coaie on u, me lauie and remain quite still, "run iiug away as last as their legs could carry u.ov,., ua nnnnea. I hiladel phia ( 'a'L The Mouth of it ;ri!t Whsle. A more remarkable sight than the mn,,,i. of a great whale recently stranded on tho roast cau uanily r imagiued. The tongue wouiu nave oeen a large load for a dr f the largest sue, and several men could hn stowed themselves away in the enormous moutn. 1 ne tip of the upper Jaw formed a carious and shapely "bonnet" Complete drawings of this whale and the only perfect ones that have ever been made can be found n im library or any of tho scientific so ieties of San Francisco. San Francison letter. 00 Doses One Dollar. Is inseparably connected with Hood's sarsaparilla, and is true of no oilier medi cine. It is an unanswerable anruincnt. a to strength and economy, while thous ands testify to its superior blood purifv- and strengthening oualitics. A bots tie of Hood's Barsanariliia contains HKI doses and will last a month, while others will average to last not over a week. Hence for economy, buy Hood's Sarnsparilla. New Orleans has named its exposition grounds Audubon Park, after the famed naturalist, John James Andtilion. Tea Who Lead Bedentar Lives will find great relief from constipation, headache and nervousness, bv takinir Simmons Liver Regulator. It is "a simple, harmless, vegetable compound, sure to relieve you. Persons of sedentaiv habits ftcn suffer with kidney affections.: If they would maintain the strength of the gesiive organs and improve the uualitv of the blood by taking the Regulator, it would restore the kidneys to health and vigor. ! Invalid'! Hotel and Surgical Institute. This widely celebrated institution, lo cated at isuaulo, N. Y., is organized with a full staff of eighteen experienced and skilfull physicians and surgeons, con stituting the most complete organization in meuicai ana surgical skill in America, for the treatment of all chronic diseases, whether requiring medical or surgical means for their cure. Marvellous success has been achieved in the cure of all nasal, throat and luug diseases, liver and kidney diseases peculiar, to women, (?is eases of the digestive organs, bladder diseases, blood taints and skin diseases. rheumatism, neuralgia, and nervous tlebi- ointy, paralysis, epilepsy (fits), sperma torrhea, impotency and kindred affee tions. Thousands are cured at their boni'S through coirespondence. The cure of the worst ruptures, pile turners1 varicocele, hydrocele and strictures is guaranteed, wilh only a short residence at the institution. Semi ten cenls in stamps fr-r the Invalids' Guide-book ( 1(18 pages), which gives all particulars. Ad dress. World's Dispensary Medical asso ciation, Buffalo, N. Y. General Lew Wallace and family are passing the summer on a farm in Dutch', ess county. Mrs. Wallace has written a new book for children, for which Gener al Wallace lias made the illustrations. Imitations have foisted upon the mar ket so closely resembling Allcoek's Por ous Plasters in general appearance as to he well calculated to deceive. It is how ever, in general appearance only that they compare Willi Allcoek's, for they are worse (han worthless. Inasmuch as thev contain deleterious ingredients which are apt to cause serious injury. Remember that Allcoek's are the oulv genuine por ous plasters the best external remedy ever known; and when purchasing plast ers do nut only ask for but see lliat you L'et "Allcoek's Porous Plaslers."The mmv ularity which these plasters have attained during the past thirty vears has no naral- lei. so it is no wonder that imitations nnd counterfeits abound. l)e Anna, the ailmirable liaritotif wh, was here wllh Mapleson last season, has gone to Miian to study the role of Iago in Verdi s new opera of "Othello," which w ill lie produced at the Scula. A I II'MIS'S FOKTK.XATK DPitJOVKKT Oapt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, ply nig rxiween Aiianuc Lily and JN. V., h own troubled with a cough so that he was unable to sleep, and was induced t try Dr. King's New Discovery for con1. sumption. It not only gave him inslan renei, out auayeu inc extreme soreness in his hreRst. His children were similarly auecieti aim a single dose had the same happy effect. Dr. King's New Discovery is now tne standard remedy in (he Cole man household nnd on board the schnooner. Free trial bottles of this standard remedy at Ilartz &, Bahnisen's drug store. The oak tree in Bushnell Park, Hart ford, grown from an acorn of the famous I harter oak. is in a flourishing condition lhis is the only successful attempt to preserve an offspring from the historic tree. "By Only Family Medicine." 'I have been a user of Simmon's Liver Regulator for many years, having made it my only lamily medicine. It is a Dure good and reliable medicine. My mother before me was very partial to it. '1 find the lic ulator very safe, harm s anu reliable as a family medicine and have used it for any disorder of the system and found it to set like a charm, 1 believe if it was used in time it would prove a great preventative of sickness. nave onen recommended it to mv friends and shall continue to do so. "Kev. Jas. M. Moi.i.ins. Pastor M. E. church, South Fait field Va. "To J. H. Zeiltn&Co.. Philadelphia. A large cave has recently been dis covered in the Uregon ranee, fortv miles uimn m rai raso. wincb in size, and n the beauty of its stalactites and stalarr mites, bids fair to rival the Mammoth cave. THE BEST PHYSICIANS OUTDONE. J. A. Crawford says: "I have had the worst form of Eczema two years.and fonnd no relief from some of our best physic ians wuo nave made this disease a speci alily. I was persuaded to trv Papillon (extract of flax). The relief I received was like a charm and I am well. I think Papillon one of the blessings of the acre. Try Papillinn (extract of flax) Skin Cure when all others fail. Largo bottles $1,00 tor sale by 11. H. DeSanso. Palmer Stevens, of Canaan, Conn wno died recently, aged ninety three years, was one of a family of ten, of whom all but gne lived lo be seventy and four were over ninety when they uieu . . In tbe pursuit of the good" things of his world we anticipate too much; we eat out the heart and sweetness of world ly pleasures by delightful forethought of them. The results obtained from the use ot Ur. Jones' Ked Clover Tonic far exceed all claims. It cures dvsicpsia, and all stomach, liver, kidney and bladder troubles. It is a perfect tonic, anoetizer. blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and malarial diseases. Price, 50 cents, of druggists. George Simmons, of Westfield. 111., was awakened by some one walking in his room. Without Investigating further, he seized his pistol, blazed away, t, ,d shot uis aged grandmother. Nervous Debilitated Ben. lou are allowed a free trial of thirl... dd'K of the use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic Belt with Electric Stisjiensory Appliances, for the speedy relief and cer- uiniicui cure in nervous UeDilily, loss of Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also, for many other diseases Complete restoration to health, vigor and namiiKKi guaranteed. Ko risk is incurred Illustrated pamphlet, with full in forma lion, terms, etc., mailed free by address ing vi'liaic licit i;o.. Marsha Mich dood & w There is a mother in Richmond Mi-i, wuo uas a regular orchard of olive oraot nes, consisting of acvcnliwn heulth. '"""" , -il" iriuesi. neing nut nineteen years 01 age. fiDCEXEH'S AEN1C4 SALVE. I he greatest medical wonder of the world Warranted to speedily cure hums, bruises cuts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, can ccrs, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chan ped hands, and all skin erupt ions, guaran teed u cure in every instance, or mwr refunded, 35 cent per box For sale by ttarw. . itaiinseii Francis Channing. who has iust u elected lo Parliament in East Northamp tonshire, England, is a Boston boy. A FAVORITE WITH THE FAIR 8 EX. Papilon (extract of flax) Skin Cure is superior to all the much tdvertised skin beautifiers with Ibe advantage of beine beneficial, and not like the mineral pre parations usualy gold which are very poisonous. It will remove all inllamiiis tion, chilling and roughness of the skin, sunburn, freckles and unseemly blotches, and leave the cuticle fair and soft us an infant's. An actual necessity for the complete toilet table. Large bottles only $1.00, for sale at drug stores. Sold by H. H. DeSanto. Man and Beast. 1 : i Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. DCLARKE U-'-"' L-7.frl i--- :r. nu ntl Unl lb kURtu I ttrr-A Written ttunnton tit trtra alvcn In case unt;rtaken. 4trA II consultations Free and fmorvd. Dr. Clarke's Celebrated Bcofc u.- M ritiaj.'B (tn plain envelopes) two tanipn. V. D. CLAMLK. . Bo. CLARE BT, t UH 30- Lt, DAFFENFo !"catiiOLI Cues Female Complaints. A Sreat Kidney med7. lT SOLO BY ALL CSU9SIST3. iMIrlUNrfYtrom ANNOYANCE Made only of the Isni nnd bewt na. ' or lam for nltbslandliiK tacab Every good thing is Oounter feitod, and consumers are CAU TIONED against IMITATIONS of these Chimneys made of VERY POOR GLASS. See that the exact label is on each ehimnev r alvrwrv The Pearl Top is always clear and bright Glass. Hannfnetnrvd OXI.Y by GEO. A. MACBETH & CO. PltiubnrR'Ii Leiut OIrm Work. FOR SALE BY DEALERS. Passage Rates Reduced. ANCHOR LINE. STEAMERS T5VF.UY SATTRDAY from New lorn to 1,1, AM, on ll l OMIOMIt KHI Rates of liassaue tn or from New York, Glasgow, Liverpool. London derrv or Belfast, Cabins, $45 and 55. Second Class, $30. Tt, ANTIC EXfRKSS SERVIC. LIVERPOOL via OUEENSTOWN. teamsfnp "cit OK KOMK" from New York, v eutiesuav. Anr is. Sent is iw ia -n Saloon I'assace. $55 and upwards. Beeocd ;lai oU- Hteerage outward or prepaid, either service. 20. horllooksof Tours. Tickets or olhe. i.fnm. tton,a,a)l.v to IIKNOKRSON HKOTHEKS Chi cago, or OLIVER OLSKN. Rock Island. 111. Catarrh ELY'S Cream Balm Cleanses Hie head Mm cove1 FfOe'MJS'ntb r'- rilnni Allays Intlamma KAYFEVER'Sl tion. Heals sores. Restores the sen ses of taste, hear ing and Smell. 1 Quick Relief A KAY-FEVER Positive Cure Cream Balm has gained an cnviahle repntation whersvei known, displacing all ottn rprena rations. A particle is applied into each nostil relieves pain ai once, is agreeanie to u.e Price 50c.; drntrgists, or hvmail. Send for circular. E LY IIKOTH K US. Dr ma-ists, Owego, N. r . ADVERTISERS can leaui the exact cost of any proposed line of advertising in American papers by addressing Geo. P. Rowell & Co., Newspsiper Advertising Bureau:, IO Sprues St, New York. 'end toots, for ;oO-I,c;e Ftamphlot. BOLD MEDAL, PARIS, lb It, BAKER'S Britet Cocoa. Warranted absolutely pur Cocoa, from which the ezceu ft Vtt haa been removed. It has tArr timet the ttrcngth of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or 'rcgnr, and is there-fore far more economi cal, co&ting tfw than om cent d cup. It is delicious, Dourtahing, BtrcngtheBinc, easily digested, and admirably adapted for invalids m wcu as for ftemm m health. 8eld Uj rt)ffrieyerr where. f . BAKER & CO., Dorciiester, Mass, WILSON WASHBOARDS. j1 Tiiese Wnsbooords axe made with -rr-y a Itent-Wood nm. The Strong----la et toardt and best wastters is the : 1 vorld. Pot sale by all dealers. T., ' K Tak no other. rj L AaNAW M'P' CO., may 17-dwly S. T. W ATKINS, lSixceiMr lo WaTKINS A HILL,) Dealer Ui f Dry ;t;i1 Green Wood. WilJ alml atlvnil Ui Uaii!ii,? of all linds ...,. .,.., cmaurei on Monad I rcnoo. Tei,b,ine No 197;. ,., --VriiliM. .tt.W-.ltf M fe v h IPaL Oct 30th, 1883. i mi iNF.11 mi am SB RAILROAD TIMETABLE. ':hH.'A0, KOt'K ISLAM Si PACIFIC. f Trains Ltate for Chicago. P saenger 7:40am 8:10am " ... , 10:15 am LaSalle Paeeenger 5:46 pm Passenger. , . io :2t p m . " 4 11:00pm 1 ' Arrive from Chicago. Passe ngr t 5:30am 4 5:45 a m LaSallePasseuker...1, 8:50 am Passenger.... i 4:46pm 6:2Spm 4 7)4pm Kaunas City. Leave , Arrive. Day Exprnes and Mail 5 :50 & ia fi :t6 a m Night Express ami Mail 0:35 pm 10:20 pm Minnesota. Dny Express 5:?5am JBxpra!' Fast T :05 p ta Night Ex press 6:32 pm 10:55 am Council Bluffs. Day Ex'irer.. and Mail... . 5:i'5am 11:00pm Atlantic Pabrstnijer 8:.'.5 a m 5:10 m Night ExprtsH ... 6:35pm V:35am Wilton via Mitacatine. The Fire Fly S;yOpm 12.01 m Depot, Moline Avena- J. F. COOK, Agent. Hwi Ialand CHICAGO, BCKUMiTOS & QUJUVV. AHR1VS. St. Louis Expref9 8:55a.m. a. m Sterling Pas-nger, 7:;a. w. 7:05 p.m. Sterling Accomniotiatiorj.!l:UA. s. 3;3o p. m St. Louie V&tt Ex .... 8:3" r. . 7:35 p Oenvtr & Kan. City Ex.... 4:15 p. . !1 :tw a. a. H. P. CUSTER, Aeut CHICAGO, M,UAUIlI:E & ST. I'Al'L. KOCK IttLANt) TKAINB. Lfavc 8:15am Amrcs G;3ipru " 11:15 pm 0:25 a nj- ft. A Accom. 3:00 pm 9:65 am Ft. A Acooto 9:iilani 0:1 p in Fly'g Dutches :45am 0:5pm E. 1. f. miLMliS, Airvut ROCK ISLAND & PE0IUA KAIMVAY. Depot TwcHtleth stret-t, (BBOBTKST ROOTS TO TUB EAST AMD WEHTJ LKAVB, AKItlVV. Pat Etprfss ,,:1'A. H. 6 05 p. m Mail and Ex.,... p. m. 1:5 v, n Accommodation...... T;15 p. m. 3:0i ,. m Way Frticht, 6:iH) . m. 3 5 r OtBLK ItttANiJU Malt Accommodation .... 9:10 A. M 4:0d P. it. l:wt p. w. H 00 A. N. F. H. Rockwell, Aguul. UK BUM FIMS liAlLVVAY. 8HOKTE8T ROUTS TO TUB EAST AND SOUTH Trains leave Rork Inland t.m a. na. Way Freiyht. S.45 " Fast Exprct. 1.40 p, m. Mai) and Kxprcpt 8.50 Through Freight, mid AwiiamiMi-iiiui. Trains arrive at Rock Island: 8.30 a. m. Through Freight and Accominwlaliui, 3,40 p. m. Mail and Kxprestt. 5.10 14 Ktt Exprt-fi!. 4.00 " Way Freight. The Fast KxruKus, h-avim; iioi;it Icl.u.d at s.3 m. arrivcf at Pcotia 12.0 p.m., at SpnnfrtU'Ui 1.25 p. m.. at Decatur 4.00p. in.. Jacksonville p. m., AUnn T.20 p.m.. Si Loiii- 8.15 p. m , and Terre Haute 11.55 p. m.. Tub !amb Day. Makinc tbis the Ukht and liuicKBT route io all poiu; outlieaft. The 1.30 p.m. train mases cloje coni-eclioo a' vlva with V. H. A if. for point- wvt-t; arriving al Walenhurg at 4.26 p. in., at itiirliimiou 0.40 p. m..ai Keokuk 10.25 p. m., and at Onincy 1.05 p. m. Arrivtnt; at Peoria at ti.:j) p. m makiiu; closc conneclioimwith the I. It. W. and T. P. k W for Indianapolif, otnnecting there wilb .ill fa-' .rains for the ea-t and -oiith. t"FAST TIME SUItB CONNEXIONS, an.' htes an iow as hy any osIut route. R. K. CABLE, R. C. SlHR KHOCSH, Oen'l Snpt. G-nl Tkt. At The 6.50 p. m. AccommoIut Um leaves every except sundav. TUE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE &ns SL PAUL- RAILWAY COMPANY. owm ami operated nr-arljr MMnmtle of ihor etllV eQUitini',1 mad in lllihoiu H'l..na:n i Mlnneeou aud Dakotsi. It the Short Line and Best Kimtc Be tween an princiii.il points in the North west and Far West. For raii. time tlhles. rate, of p.aei- .nil ireiKot, ric.. apply io me neHrest .no on of the CtiicHi;.), Milwaukee t. Paul Hallway or w- uj r.iiiu.n.i lutein anj-wnere in the I nitei R. MUXliK, General Manager, 1. P. TUCKER, Ass't r4en'i Manager. A. V. n.CAR"KNTKR. Gen. Pass. A Tkt 1. GEO. n. (IEAFFoHn, A.K't. Gen. Pa,!.. Act MlLWAUaBK, WlHCOWftlN. VWFor notices in reference to Special Kr lone. crimL'eft of time, anil other items of inlere.t in connection with the ctiieai-o, Milwaukee tit. Paul Railway, please refer to liie local columns ot lilts uaper. The Line selected by th I' ! Cov' to carry trto Fast Ma,: i ns uniy I niougti Una, wnh its own Hack, btfrnn CHICAGO, PEORIA or St. LOUIS AND DENVER tuner Dy way ot Omaha, Pscific Junctton, Ate h.. on rxnnM v.iry, n TMWMI III Ot ttl It G'SIt 5llt, ILLINOIS, IOWA. MISSOURI. NEBRASKA, KANSAS, COLORADO Wtth bunch lm to their importtnt cttet e'd town, t runs evry diy in the yeir itom one to three elegantly ' wi mvwn iimi otnwMa Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omaha, Chicago and Council Bluffs, Chicago and St. Joseph, Chicago and Atchison, Chicago and Kansas City, Chicago and Topeka, Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago and Dubuque, Chicaeo and Sinux m.u Peoria and Council Bluffs, reona ana ivansas City, Peoria and St. Louis, St. Louis and Omaha, St. Louis nnrl . - On,. I St. Louis and Rock Island, si. louis ana vmcago, Kansas City and Denver, Kansas Citv nnri S. f,,' Kansas City and Omaha, rvansns tity and t. Arlington. Dir.ct Conwction tad, c rf ,,, pw ah Through Tiaina to and troffl nln,. In.,1 branch... At ch of ita aaveial Easlam and w..,.,. i. cminacta in Grand Unam D.pola w.th Tn.ouh T.una (0 mi points m In. Undad italaa and Canada. II th. rtmaaal Lin. to Sai Francisco, Portland and City of lOiico FOf Tickett. Rate. GawtatsJ Infnfmaf. -f Ihe BurNnrer, Route, eeH en mnj Ttehet u t m the United State or Ceneda. cr addreu HEMRYB. STONE. PERCEVAL LOWELL WW"! Put. Ageflv . , . CHICAGO. SIATHET GATLUS' I'Kd for OTf? OS VMM .. rhvaicum, of P.ri, New Vnrt ....I Loon, Mipmo, to all .ther. for the prompt euro of ill S!?.nt or "P?a "tnl"ft Pat up only In - . ... . j. uvi.n,r.x. Prepared by CAPSULES Sold irhpre. CLIN It CIE, I Pari. r THE MOIJNE WAGON The Moline Wagon Comp'y MOr.IBII:l. IIjIjINOIH Manufacturers or Faru, Spring and Freight Wagoii;-. A full and complete line ol I'latfcrm anil other r-ritmo WAooNS.esiieci.-illy adapt to the Western Trade, of superior workmansKip ami finish, tayilluntratcd Price List free on application, fee Hie Aloline Waiion lieiore porrliahinc othet. ASD OTHER FIKST-CLAPS MACHINJtS. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room Third Ave., and Twentieth St., Kock lahlnd. 111 , tinti 92f Bnidy Street, Davenport, Iowa. 1ST Terms and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Rep.iircJ .nnl Warranted. till, M u: 1i.ii m 1 u mil f,u all kin ' .if M ;- k.'.i! in -io-:t. Rock Island team Laundry, 1724 Third Avenue. We stand at the head. Fine work a specialty. Ladies Dresses done up to suit the most fastidious. Wo are now prepar ed to receive all work and guarantee, satisfaction. K. T. WATERS, Proptr. e?"Vi)rk ilonc on short noticu. Work cnllectfil u:nl ilelivi-red. PARK t"Oonu' and tec uh. ADAM KLOTZ CATHOLIC BOOK STORE, 2205 Fourth Ave., Rock Island, opp. St. Mary's Church, Keeps on hand a larire assortment of Prayer Hooks, Wax Candles, Devotionals, (Stationery Goods of all kinds, Picture Frames, Etc. "SiirMcrii.tiors received for Brrnnan's Life of ( lirisi ami all Ni MPpupcrs ami Mnpiziiics at pnliliflierp' lowest peicep. THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor. Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. -The;'Tmii.i" has lately Wen tranafnrineil into a Palace wiiinlins in every r, iect tlir flnea aakionmn Cliirafto and .nrpa.sin;- anythiin; in the throe r.nica A iiiimlii.r of Mechanical Fan. keep the eflaWl-hment cool dnrimr the not wialh. r. The l.i.ni.i Itefriphmenle dtsiK-nai'd at tin? establishment ie in koopinfwilh its craiid irnt.rovement An elegant lunch nerved every ro.irnini.'. All kind, ol Sandwiches served oil short notice. EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. SALOON And BILLIARD HALL, Below the C. li. I. & P. Depot, Moliuc Ave, ltock Island. 111. ImiKnled and (omelic Beer and Wi nc. Fine Lihuor? and CiKW nl , ays on hand. THE CENTRAL. NO. 1717 SECOND AVENUE, JOHN C. LaFRENZ, - PROPRIETOR. A rhotce stock of lleer. wine., f.iotiiir. u.l i'i . .r. ,1 i,.. 1 , . . ge Is respectfully solicited. WHO IS ONACOUAIMTED WITH THE SEE BV EX AMI M tain , ittfWi5fenjtArlSAS CriiL. E.St.l.nuis i r .,' ' . , .jAr.-fyj CHICARO. ttnCiie ISI Aliin u, o a nir.n nm mas. 1 ' ..w. lu.nn a w 1 avir 1 w iiAi.nAI W reason of Its contra! position and close relation to nil prfnrlpnl linos E.it end westatirutialana terminal points, constitiiUM tiio most Important mid-ttmti-nental link in that system of thrown transportation which Invitee arid lacUi tatea travel and traffic between citloft of tho Atlantic end Pacific Conpta. It JS.,!?,'.19 and S?st K? and from points East, Northoaat ana bo,ieaSt " corresponding points W eet. Northwest and Southwest. The Rock Island system Includes in Its mntn line and branches. Chloairn Jollot. Ottawa, Laaalle. Peoria Oeneseo, Moline and Rock IslandTtn Ulmcd? Davenport, Muscatine, Wnslilns-ton, Fairfield, ottumws, OskaloosaT wist Liberty, Icwa City, Des Mjinet. lndionola. VVIntersetT Atlantic xfre! Audubon, Harlan, Outhne Centre and Council Blttffs, inwa- OalStin Triton, Cameron and Kansas City, In Missouri: Iavenworta adAtctS In Kansas: Albert Lea, Minneapolis and St. Paul, iu MlmnerSte- WrVtertSvmto Dakota, and hundreds ot Intorinediate cities, towns, vUlagSseri'd tkSSna ' THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantees Its patrons that sense o." personal soruritv nffordr-rt Kirn iih , ,! . JTHE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE whore crmi.r11'70 d Minneapolis and St. Paul. Md WrmHhAvirl 71 "5- 1,!i0nion.DS.ot3 or 011 Points1!!! the Terntories to,rS 8B."vinces. Over this route. Past Express Trains are run to flio ' lnrr,nr?ir,Umm7aSOTLs- Picturesque localities, and huAfinK 2nd flslw , Mcwffat rTeldM,?1,? yjSPf?"; I'i8l8? te? most desirable route to tie X,.iY, ac .ILelaa5.tl5:'s''ornl lands of interior Dakota. rtwii1n'3?Jn,BE,6TrL,,NIi!' v.a&meca nnd Kankafcea has been opener Oonnrtl BhftSnSf ?!F;;cfi?lond' C'"01""?': Indianapolis, and Lata vet. and OotmctlBlutta. Kansas Clty.Minooapolis and St. Paul and intermediate points. tiSL a I1 infc!rm,aU0 MP nd Folders, obtainable, as well ee byuoresllng prmoltal Tlckot Otllcoa in the Unitod States and Canada: or R. R. CABLE, ; E. ST. JOHN, "rcMeM tntl G.mMal Manaaw. Chlcus. ; lenwal Tickal and futvnm Aaenl. Ctlca.' " fe EIlis -llavr rct otv. d their- SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, Which have been placed at very low prices. 1701. Second Avenue. ,.. -.,ru , ,,aMC p. CEOCRAPHV OF THIS COUNTRyTwiLL ' a mic u.n . . .T ' ' "--