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THE ROCK; ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 18B6.
dTBADE f aVaaaaaatMataVsMBa-OVe-0 II 1 M)o ECZEMA ERADICATED. Gcmli'inrii tt is daft M tft Gay that 1 think I am entirely Well nf win after bavins, taken fcw-ilt a Sptciric. 1 have been tronhled with it verv little in mv face since last spring. At the be-jmnin or cold weather last fall it made a slight apearance, bat went away and t.n never retiiin.d. S. .. nn.ntbt broke it up; at leant it put my system in good condition and 1 jot well. It also tunedled my wife reat!y in cne of kk headache, and made a perfect cure of ft Ltesking nut c. my hole tarea year old danirotfr l&ttt eaminer. V, atkmsviuc. C.a., Feb. 1.1, l&tS, Kiv, JAMBS V. M. M0RK1S. Treatise oa Elooa and Skia Diseases mailed free. To Swift Sr-eme To.. Th-awer. Atlanta. Oa. i'iiofkksiomai. cakiis. J. IW . BEARDSLEY. ATT'M.'NiiY T LAW Ofltee with I. T. Ken worthy. :2S S( nniav.'ituc. aic-I-dMn WILLIAM JACKSON. TTNNKY AT LAW. m-t- In K it. IsLniii ., 1 .Nation..! Hoik Huil.lin. K.t.-k Islan-l, ill. JOHN S. HOLLAND, 1TTORMKV AND Ollt'NKI t.Olt AT LAW A over irlij, Mnlflic. Illinois. K. W. HURST, , TV I tMKV AVnt'OrN-iKI.UlK AT LAW A O-tl-v n Ma-.inir Tempt. h!.i.-l(, n,-,-( Kyr.k In. "laiift Nn.i-mii! Kin k. KmM s! imt, III. net? ': .Iwtf K. 1. sw l,Ur;Y. r. I- WAl.ltKR SW5SSNEY & WALKER, ,t TT lltNXY ,N!.-''l'NM.'l ! il!S AT LAW Aillftfin It-iic-tnn'- l.l.i k. K.n-k Island. 111. IIKK.'tre!!- f. lil.lhKilftlSi:, I riT'tV IN' I'rRT U'K. Patrn. ilt,.l-t.,. . , ,;r VI ,-i.( -.n'i.-.T. .!. tt.er.i t. F.r-i N.li.n.-i -iTiS. Hu!.i.ii-. 1' ii Ho nt?. K"ol; I -Imii'I. Pmc-i.-. j-.-iS-wly 51. ML. COR!UTT, 1 tMf? N'rtV A Tl.i V , S.h.-if.tr inf h-.m crv .111 - I'-il.-t. V..:r:i..-t- 1.mm- and oM.-. r !...,, li-tf.. .(' lii.:,Km M av. n-. .tv.ri I. vLiT'- J..f..!rv -.tn-. " r-nv 1 .!V il TV K'-(i l-Uinl fMJ.v Aim;-. p-iM.-,,. -..v.-.-t v,-nTn.:,a,in.Uy.-;r.;jn.-,Mii Ai"i- . k. '; po-.it" Pwt"tlo-. lit A t (-.rti-in-; .p. .,'-in in llu my. Til Ri'.k l-lvid Wkkm.f Wim: i..,t,h.,;-,: v,tv Fn-hy. ttr. .(.'.i.-irtti!. ri( hi utrn t tton with th p'..i(;!-h'ivt.t. LOANS 1 to -t P'T cr!it pi r .-itinnm. thr. munlhs t' h Lifi iit!!: in .iur.itinn on ooti st-rurity. INVKST.MRNT3. vk tf-fc wiit-'rtlr, n-IllirV-iUHf-.".Tn T I.KHIMNO wrU uri.- IT A I.I N KKf tj CK') CUM', th.- imM r. .! m-.'i.tM r "f nil'. !, .,u 1 -il.fi l!iv K-. ry It:il'l v i;. i:.'- til rmr i; -tt-'ll!;'tr-tri iii-: nri'MllUy. -in-! 1 in-. tv fli 111 ;ii . In in--.' i.M''t:iln ;i 'r-n"iv-'f " r-n'i f ."fi to lifHUo. ;i : niH'ri-ii oil fi). it;i.--rt.,. .'t! ! (h-- .'1')- 'it :i : ! tiT!i' :ir.- U.rfl) ff,..:r f nl"o. ,Mt I ir.:,,. (,,. r, t , HI- 'l dV id. " r r. -,;)-'. t;v-f .(n ri"'i"-i,i, t. 3-1 'ir -.,,:... r it. (; .-, rnni-fit li-Mi.! N- Bl niV-. -so n-k iv h 1; vcr, mo'I n'ifi-!r- npiK.rt'ii'itii of r-(mi'ttnn. witti pr.'rj'pmi- r-itn'tii .; frtxii tin T ) .t.in!.(m't. tt Lin- bf'UiL' urn' -f tt HnTtt lrfr(inm. 3 wiU w-ciir- nut oi th '. hon-l rr h- ic-Tt r"'1i inj'tv'ti. Ksiut$:. hr M-.r. v or 1 r f r . l.'.-zi-n-r-il L.rt.r.ir K Ri-H!..- j . v ! l in m -mh ( ly i-tjilrii' iii-. I. S l.'oveni'fit' it lionri-i.ri m-'iilh A'l'Iri.'!-- f n c T- 'ilHr-1. . ('. W. K'Tl'f:. i.h.k-. r ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! Patent CmdIuikI WMtijjht Iron Fence! ('hfape-st Kunce in the World tor Rfsidtjii'-e or (Vnn-'terv Lftw. Madi.- any Height Desired. f"A!, .:.!!- .-f ftiON itud MACHINE work o'f' tr';'Tr"' " irirarti-in soirtntel. Writ. (- .ri.-.'h. IMJWNINII BROS, Ivm.-k Ihi.ani, ITjI.. O. E. MILES Engrayer on fool EXKCTTKi CUTS OF IjiiiMiiis, Mai.hinrry, Por- tmits. Animals, &c. Also Elixtrotypr T'lates fimsi-hotl In any nnrnliet. Ilitt. - m! l(....,l..n, .. r.. , !.,,., , bi.-l. Bri.ly J'reel, h-twe I: 4tli Hnd Wh, DUVfcNPORT IA ASS FOR THE W. L. DOUCLAS r!vtry pair wrntnt-'l. 'l ake nono iiuk- t?anH" 'i vnn rannnt trpt. IIh'M1 phom from ili-stlTS, pi n1 M(!.rifB n postal c:irl to W. I., ftoaslaj, Urock od. Mat. $ WHEAT Baking Powder. CMi.D BE5AL AT KCWOflUARS.) ' nlorcd by the leading BIoIitIh In ( 4 OM)l1r a lM"vd Ivy ih Kovi rnmcnt ( ho niihi). t..r ih- Imlinii ( oiiiiiiiMion . " MI BI IIJM H'S YOUK. .PHOSACID. IrailyofTiriiiiia. SUMMER LAW LECTURES (nine eeklyl li.:-in Sth .Inly. KNi. :ui.l enil SI Ii Sei.tem lier. Il.ive proved of niun:il iim. lal. to student jrliii il. sum to pursue their at'iiiicK al this orollier Law "'"hn.!!,; ,1. to tllitfo who proMHe to reiul jint.-iy; and SI, t'iiw'ttiniien who have not nan t ie aili-aiunf nrnimtue inatrnctinn; for riri nlar iM..v , p. o. Ifniverstty nl Vo.) to .Ions FREE! pOJIEIE SELF CUBE I. !!.!., scai-..l u-i,'.-r i enn fill It si OLDEHlTJMES The formula by uh,ih lliMer's Herb 8:it:rs is eon:p:w:t!: J is oivr two hun ti'ivi years old, uni of German origin. The entire range of proprietary medicines fmnot preuuee a preparation that en fys so high a reputation in the community 'I here it is made as ISH LEU'S ITTERS is the fast remedy fvr Ixidtu tj ad t.irtr t'onn?iints, Dyspraxia, i 'ramp in the Stomarh Inltts tion9 31ifaria, I riodival t'om ptttiuLs, etc. a ilfifotl Pitrijicr9 it brs 177 iqmtl. It tunes the system, ' tuthrnimj, inugorating arid giiir,g ''"hr 'ae -Ttj'1c-f H.ij-3, of lir'-tcr Co , Pa . aa ,'urit-t am! au h"ut reil cttircn. omn wrote: - M'-hler1 H-rh Hiti.rM id v rv tidHy tnunTi, -t;., (lis .i-tpnm. .1 irr-Mt r'rntatim V.t nttHli .:i; if aiul .'TitMhve (.piiH-rl.t--. I hnv.MHl mvpt-lf .-.:; tj) n;v f'lnily fwnl h.-MIe, T mi) (ti!j-f-M tint tin- rt'prta'uin if nut unni'T't''i1.' MlilHI.FR HEnR BITTERS CO,. CVmmerce St.. T'hilftdelphia. Rik--VPpr-ant Worm Sr'nnN.iverFU? ' COUGHS, CROUP Ann CONSUMPTIONS o SWEET CUM EV.ULLE1IM. Th fW' pii'n. rtth"tM frt-m n tr" of th F tt'it'H'. lt uiit ;I"iir 1 nr:H -tn anw in the J-"!!ih'lTt St'lt' t'tnf:lMf3 n T!fiI!TTf ITIL. f-; ('ct.i- mnl pniuti't" tt;-t l-nens t! rhliwi rp,"'t"if'! t'iC'irtV tivrnM-fj f!HiLt, :trt-t -tM"iIiif.';r itio .iiM I-. t!ir-T "!T t!j" f-'i.- BftTif-r.irff in tih arwt v-hoopr"1-" "n;li. Wln-n cciiirntu't, the lint- Inc TntKt'artti. in cnii' iio 111 Hi rmilrfin plnt ! thP t-l-l'-. pr"-' tile tnTA. ti'K's HHiohfE KFMKPi s( KET '.I'M n Mn 1 i:i the tf r"t Vnmvn r"rni"U I-T '"': f'-.'i!;i. V. Ii.-n'iitr-i-d'ufh hi! r.7i""iin'H"n . '-.: . if.il-1 Is i-'e-l t- t:it. t V -'i iiM ; ' ! y.' T -r (t . I'rtfe, fc.re-anlSl. WaJtcr t.T:.;lor,Atlanta.Oi. ;COTT'S OF PDEE COD LIVER OIL And Hypaphospfiit Almost as Palatable as Milk. The nnlr ptrarati(in of rol IJVrR Oil, that .n t' t;,upn revJilv and tolerated for a lone time ll -k Ik-air lni,rh. ' l t S A Itninr mn -n, .T.imn. ' "s ATFkns. Afiiut"it:it mti. I'liiiiui, nriiis n tiiiiovFaK U.ITIOVi. .nn all msTIMl lllsillFSsTlf t llli.lli;! ii is rflTrrelliwn in iOiriali."""" I'" .s. rHi.-.i and end wd l'y tho bej l'Ujalclara iotnori.nntneeof theworld. f OH SALE DY ALL DRUGGISTS. 60LU MUDAL, FAKJBi IV1. BAKER'S WnrrTrtri1 tftsoWv purtt Vrocon, from whh-h thfrx-Mof Oil has btm remove!. Il thr' timea the etrrngth of Cocoa tniied with Starch, Arrowroot or ngar, and is thrr fore far more ecunumi cul, totting Ux than one crnt a cup. Jt Is fMiriou, notjrtchlne. ptrrnpthiitac, y diccntnl, and admirnbly iwlttl for (rival ids a we'll m for fH-nxtiM tn health. Sold bj 4Jrrtrs crerfwhero. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass WE AK MEN! ISXSXSZ M Kh.hv Iln-i NFW iMI'ROVKD LE,'!t:,M?.M.,wsorv, ' -" "-1. fllllill' yf thlp,n)i.-,K.rpii..C KKOS PN '.IL Kfltf, H r,AkNBn (fh-. IM. Illlt.i J-OllllMKi-iirTP,,!,. 0f llli"l:li ml nmlt pKrtn.rrtlar- iil Vi -..iiiflHlr. T.kMi t l. o,t Ir.,i,..w n.fit--..v,-r nil .i.t t U .ir.. - ' fnain-nllvriir. il 111 l!ir.- ii..ntlH. S,-li-l pmnpHlciV. fJttiip he Sander. Electric Co. LaSallc fit., Chicago, Pennyroyal Pills. -"CHICHESTER'S ENCLISH." the oninxtt, aau oni.t rmm.. Safe and nNvayi. n liahle. lieware or woktiii n i I'niu'piit for "l tiU HBtiTi!ii Kbi.im," and Lake no otlii r or inclie... Ir. (stamps to ,i8 for part c nlnr-i.. l.j return mail. ,Bnlt Niits Panim. linirnnnBcB Chikioi. To. Msssle Aitsiitj; 8v(i-.'n, Sf'tl EfrlULSIOr f.trnnf- nyoiri- uy ('.rr...f AJ Tim TRADEIN )MR. ii'lii i ?U - .till!!'! PREPARING HORSE, OX AND HOG HAIR FOR UPHOLSTERING, SorUng tho Raw MateHal Sent to ton Pye KooroMlalnETh Procem of "Cnyllnir" Mannfetar af Branlim : and Ftahltif line t : : i The traile in hair is of no itr-onsidemMo macnittide. Its lentrtta, strench nnJ ela ticity renders it useful for Diany purposes, vartinpr aocorrliii to its nature anil origin. Sinre the Ixtcitining of the present century, hair, as dtstinfrtiisbjerl from wool, has been largely manul'aeturoi!. The chiof sourrts of supply of this class of fiber are the frroupof animals represented by tho alpaca, the cap rine tribe, tho cam.l, the horse", the ox and the hop. But it i-: only necessary to notice th-.w of the horse, r and the hog, which are mnnufactnml in ISimiklyn, N. Y. The bulk of hair obtainttl from these sources is used for upholstery put-pises, lieing niaimfactuml into curled hair for stufnng or hair cloth for seat inp. The raw material is divided into several qitnliriea, according to tho purpose for which it is destined. Tho bst is that denominated "lmnl hair," chiefly obtained from ostlers and sfctbH'ti n, bring tail hair proenred in comb in?;. That similarly got from the mane is of a different quality, beintr termed "soft" Knai ker's hair, or that obtained from dead atum-iK is much inferior. Mend"' hard hair not lieing more than equal to "lire" soft hair. The d-'prccintion which hair underjroes on the death of an nnimttl is such that when worn out horses are sent to bo slaut;ht'red the knacker always cuts off the mane and tail previous to the operation. FOB VPHOLSTERY prKIUSES. Horse hair makes by far the best curled hair, but is not the only sort emploj-ed. Cow and Innr hnir constitute a larpe portion of that which is manufactured into the curled nrtii-!- for upholstery purposes. Those ar chiefly procured from home sources. Hoga whi'-h have high feeding do not yield hair etlher m qnantitv or quality sufficient to ren der it- collection worth the cost. Tliat yieliliHl by lean ' animals is always the tti-oneAst and most clastic. llic raw material, having lioou supplied to the workvrs, is first separabil mto long and short hnir, tho former living carefully re- scrveil for the manufacture of hair seating, fishing lines, brushes, etc., and the latter for curling or starling. The sorting is next re-p-ated for the purpose of separating the inlors. White hair is esteemed the most valnalile, being used for special pttrposi's and the supply being small. A third time this pro wess takes place, this last being for assortment in two qualities. This is very important and requires nii-e discrimination and sensitiveness "f toiich m the sorter, in order to perform the ico-'ess ofuMently. Each quality of hair is next subjected to thorough washing in coli water to remove dirt, dust, etc.- It is then stut to the dye room and immersed for s, vi ral hours in a dye bath chiefly composed of a decoction of l.atwood. When removed it is of a dull black color. Further washing and cleansing then take place, the hair being put into large vats containing agitators. Hiromih winch Hons a stream of hot water. This tivattneut removes the superfluous dy atnl further purifies the hair. Ki'Howing the short hair, we find that the next process is mixing making a bleed of .tTt'iin proiwn-tions of horse, cow and pig li.'ur, nc-ording to the quality of the article intended to be produi'ed. When the blends have been propM ly laid down, the material is pnssed through a sorit of "willows," by wlni h theibifeivnt sortsare thoroughlv incor- p,vfttisl, riming homogenous as far as !!!oetinni'ia! admixture can rirodnce torch a state. I THE 'Ct'TtLTO" RilOM. After passing throngh tho third of those mn'iti'ies it is Nnten and screened to clear aav the dust cn'ateil by this treatment, and is then reaily for tne ertrltng process. url- ing" is ,-arneil on in a separate room called the curling room. The onrlers spin the hair into ropi'S or strands by the aid of a machine similar to that enipfrvaod in rope spinning. Tho rope is further twisted in a second opera tion, by winch means it b reduced to half its HiNt. length. By a third process it is turned until it assumes a convolute form, when it is soein-eil as a coil. These processes aire to the .Yiir its poiiliar curl, which fits it for the purpose to which it is applied mtung for the :seats of chairs, sofas, etc. It requires to he ftxeit in this condition, which is accom plished by tiie following treatment: The coils arc immersed in cold water and allowed to stand for several honrs. tin removal from this they are placed in specially constructed oven i, which are treated to a very high tem perature. After subjection to this heat for a sufficient time the curl is permanently fixed, and the germs of all parasitic life are de stroys!. When the process of baking is fin ished the hair has become a marketable article and is sold either in form of hard curl as removed from the ovens or soft curl in which it is partly untwisted and the filaments are separated roadv for use. The long hair is applied to the manufacture of brushes and fishing lines, chiefly to that of hair cloth for upholstery purposes. After having been thoroughly cleansed, as stated liofore, it is combed by drawing the bunches through fixed combs, like flax hackles, which work is done by bovs. It is next drawn into different lengths and thicknesses, which is an important, and tedious operation, requiring ootn delicacy 01 touch and quickness of eve. These lengths range from fourteen inches to tiurty-hve inches. This work is performed by hand, though attempts have recently been nmoe to accomplish the drawing automatical ly. Black hair is subjected to further treat nieut, 111 order to obtain a full, glossy black. ness. VY hit. t bleached, in order to diminish the yellow ish tint, which is its natural hue. but this is never perfectly removed. Brook lyn r-afeie. A Siincratltlon of tha Chinese. I saw a Chinaman burning paper in his iloorway recently when I chanced to be pass ing his initisc late at night, in a back street in Brooklyn, and I had the curiosity the next ilay to ask an o:rplanation from an Intelligent Christiuiiiiced Mongolian. He said that de vout Celestials, particularly those who have just arrived from China, always burn paper ui each doorway of the house before retiring at nignt. 1 ney nelieve that the progenitors of the present Chinese dynasty were diasatig lied with the Chinese customs which grew up at the close of their dynasty, of ttennittuig alh-'iu. to enter the Flowery Kingdom, and at tribute the success of tho Tartars to that cus tom, lo mark their displeasure they placed in 10c any a sinr 01 aeatti-dealmg influence, wuicn, 11 11 soouid snine into their doors uin the floors ten nights in .succession. would cause the death of nil who inhabit the uon. Kcd, which to tho Chinese mind, typiUes all that is good and righteous, is the antidote: hence the red curtains hung before every nines house and laundry. Fire, which produces a red light, ex pels the nemous, uence trie customs ot rmrmng paper in O.OOI-W.1J5. new 1 one news. All th , present-day writers can do at to presem matter in fresh ideas, as nibjecoi ran out: long ago. Jud Lafagau. Captain Vltclioll, of the hark Anionic Sala. .New lorkand Hew Haren trade, ramc home in May, entirely helpless with rheumatism. He went to "the mountains, but receiving no benefit, at his wife's re quest, began to take Hood's fjarsaparilla. tie immediately began to improve: in two months his rheumatism was all "one and be sailed in command of bis Teasel m well man. Hood's Sarsnparilla will help you. Hold by all druggists. A potato and carrot firmlr crown bp. fietlier. so that it is impossible to tell where l lie potato becins and the carrot ends, is one of the vegetable freaks ex. hibiied by a St. Joseph county, Idc1 farmer. ; The best on earth can trulv be said f Griggs Glycerine 8alve, which is a sure, safe and speedy euro for cuts, bruises. scalds, burns wounds and all other sores Will positively cure piles: tetter and all nkin eruption. Try this wonder healer. ?jli!factlot tfuaffintfccd or moatt refund- ui vaiT ta sesssi sgm n unifTfiiew, THE NEWS hN BRIEF. Prince Louis Napoleon, now en route from Ban Francisco, win remain in Chicago twe days noxt week. . i , The king of Holland beats his Amsterdani palace with base-burning coal stoves of American make. Democrats and Oreenbacken, in conven tion at Bay City, Mich., renominated Spencer O. Fisher for congress. Bartholomew, the Hartrord defaulter, has offered his creditors 50 cent on the doner, and his offer has been accepted. A son of John Brown, who 'owns a large vineyard at Put-In-Bay, Is inch a radical temperance man that he will not sell a pound of grapes to be made into wino, Mr. John Tyler Cooper, the self -nominated anti-Prohibrtkinist candidate for mayor of Atlanta, Oa., is a grandson of President Ty ler and also of James Feniraore Cooper. At the meeting Wednesday of the Western Nail association at Cinciunaai, the t"-.20 card rate was affirmed. Stocks were reported light, and prices have been well maintained. DeRevora & Co., tho New York sugar merchants, who failed last July, died their schedule Wednesday. . The liabilities are nearly 1,.VI0,00I1S with actual assets of but $7,271. Maj. John R. Hotaling lied Tuesday night at Huren, D. T., and the remains are en route to Hoehelle, IE, fbr Interment. Maj. Hotaling was for a long time Ucn. John A Logan's chief of staff. The sea-wall protecting Bads' jetties, at the mouth of the Mississippi, was badly damaged during the recent '.storm. - Concrete blocks weighing several tonswere washed away or torn from then- foundations. Carey & Moen. wireunanufacturersat New York , are embarrassed) owing 27ft,f)lie. The creditors have decided to settle on the basis of 55 tier cent., pay nirle at six, nine, twelve, fifteen, and eighteen montha. The Standard OilVoanpanv has purchased the property of the! American and Empire Kenning companies, iratlw nttsbnrg district, and the Raccoon Oir company's land at Khamocken, Pa. The' price paid by the Standard company aggregated 3,m,0oU President, flreen made his annual report Wednesday to a meeting of the stockholders of tiie Western Union 1 elngrapn. company. The year's revenues aggregated 16,'J1fS,01, the profits were fii.llll,, and the surplus is H,3o4i,r-t4. Austin Cor run, Henry Hyde, and John G. Moore were elected di rectors. A curious marriage ceremony took place recently m urenbenz, Uennany, the bridi being the well-known armless artiste Frati lein Haus-smann. Hhe wedded her impres- sarto, tterr ltauschud, and signeit her mar rlage contract wrtu her feet. lungs were ex changed, and the weddi ng ring of the bridi was placed on the fourth toe of her right loot. Why He Calmed ltown So Onlrkly. M. Tommy and Mile. Lili are playing to gether in toe Champs Etysees. A quarrel oc curs, and the httle girl gives nor companion Nx on the ear. Tommv is furious, doubli op his fist, and then calms down suddenlv. 'Von know," he said, in a tone of scorn, "that if I don't strike yon back it's because you are only a woman r Fans Figaro. To Me tlreade More Than Wolves. Wild dogs are doing much damage near the head of V, md river. Washington territory. They seem to be a enwt between the cur and tho bull-dog. and are very fierce, powerful at intelligent. A recent exploit was to hftse a man and hs team three miles. They have iirereased largely in numbers in two years. Chicago Herald. Heal Kstate In West Australia. There has been a real estate boom in West Australia within the last six months. Land has increased 100 per cent, m value all round I'pward of 750,rt has been sent to Sydney m the last month for investment. Chtcagc Hera!.!. Cnrtasttlea Been In Siena. In rlfam the cats have their tails banged and are dyed bright yellow; the forests abound with pmk and white albino monkeys; python and boa attain to rpgantic pro portions, and the people are singularly tern Derate. Boston Budges. No Came for Being Alarmed. Down town grocArymen are eomplainmg mar, Tramps are eating tnerr apples, n dont see why they should he alarmed. At: oles are not injurious to tramps. Phils lelphia Call I despise a man who win kick a dog. or lash a hoi we, or shoot a mes4ow lark "Ambler1' ti Cadcngo Jonrrwl Care ef a terrain. Mncedon Centre, Wayne C.. N. Y. Febrnarv IS. 1RK.V Some years ago I badly attained my siomacn picKinecnerries. and have suffer cd greatly ever since. Nothing has been as beneficial as Allcock s Plasters. Thev entirely cured me of that trouble have ako been afflicted with a lame ankle but these plasters soon enabled me to walk. I recommend them whenever have an opportunity, as I hive found tnem very useful for over ten veare. Allcock's riastera have always done rue the greatest service, and I am evert dav more and more convinced that no house- noin srmuKi ne without them. Mrs. Su8ie A. Bills Thomas Brooke of Des Moines, Iowa writes to the World accenting the offer of the Bum of f 1,500 "to any one who win siioe down the exterior of the Wash lDgton monument without scratching it.' Darby's Prophylactic Fiaid. Gives prompt and permanent relief in burns, scalds, chilblains, venomous elinrrs or biles, cuts and wounds of every des cription . It is invaluable in scarlet fever, dinh theria. smallspox, cholera, vellow. Ivntius. typhoid and other fevers. for aick-rooms. to prevent tho sorcsd of contagion, it is the best disinfectant known. Hon. Alex. H. Stephens. of Ga. Darbv's ProDhvlaclic Fluid is an article of little cost, but great value. Its do mestic as well as medical uses are nums erous while its specialties are moat won ilerful. No head of the family should eveme wimout it. Matthew Arnold, the philosopher ao- pears at Mount Desert wearfne a -cordu roy coat, wide trousers, bear kid gloves, patent learner snoes and a Scotch cap. The restoration to health of our child we considered uncertain. When two weeks old she caught cold. For 18 months was not able to breathe through her nos trils. Upon uscina Ely's Cream Balm her nun. inij is removed ; sue nreawes natural ly. Mr. &. Mrs. J. M. Smith, Oswego, 11 . X . On the door of Prince Bismark's studv Bt Friedrichsruhe are notches indicating me nrigui in an me mcmrjers of the fan- fie Troohle te Iwallnw. Dr Pierce's "Pellets" (the original "little liver pills") no pain or eripini'. Cure sick or billious headache, sour stomach. and cleanse the system and bowels. 5 cents, a vial Joe Jefferson is writing a book, but is not very communicative as to the nature of the work in detail. Lives of erect men always neraiad us that wa are aB subject to (die,! atvs1 an exchange, bal ntwer cough yoasMf aay as long as you can raise twenty-live cents ' for a bottle ef Dr. Bulla cough syrup. Mr. Gladstone's bit of a' book os the Irish question added $5,000 to the jingl ing guineas in bis purse. Pure blood Is absolutely necessary In order to enjoy perfect health. - Hood's earsaparilla trutldei Hi b!od IdfJStfSnrrJ isvrij (e, sysvsn, ADVIOB TO BUTHIBB. Are you disturbed at night and broken ol your test by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cuttine; teeth f If so, send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow'g Soothing Syrup for children teething. Its value is incalculable. It will relieve the poor little . sufferer im mediately. ' Depend upon it mothers, there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom ach and bowels, cures wind colic, soft ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and gives tone and energy fo the whole sys tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing 8vmp fur Children Teething is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of one of the oldest and best female nurses and phy sicians in the United States, and is for sale by all druggists throughout the world. Price 25 cents per bottle. feb-38-m-w-s m 1-y Little Rose Eckert, four years old. fell out of a third story window at Logans port, struck the pavement, remained un conscious for a few minutes, and then resumed her interrupted play quite un harmed . AH AHSWEB WAHTED. Can any one bring us a case of Kidney or Liver Complaint that the Eletric Bitters will not speedily cure? We say that tliey can not, as thousands of cases already per manently cured and and who arc duily re commending Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright's Disease, Diabetes, week Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured; they purify the blood, regulate the bowels, and act directly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guaranteed. For sale at 5()c. a bot tle by Hartz & Bahnsen. Congressman Randell is still confined to his bed with rheumatic gout, but is improving daily and hopes to be out this week. He is able to attend to his cor respond encc . A. CARD. To all who are suffering from Uie errors and , tndlscretlonB of youth, nervous weakness, early i'uji iwou. inuiiii,m, sc., i win emi a recipo that will cure yon, FREE OF CHARGE. Tills great remody was discovered by a missionary In SoutU America. Send a Belf-addresso.1 envelope to the Blv. Joseph T. Insian. Sfotioa Z). A tm l'orl City. E. W. Bull, of Concord. Mass., who originated the Concord grape in .1849, still flourishes in his vineyard in that town. HuSI'OKD'N aCIU I'llOxPHATk In Sleeplessness. Henry Tucker. Brattleboro. Vt., "I have used it in several cases of .Dr. savs: sleeplessness with very pleasing results ' Men Think they know all about Mustang I.h: iment. Few do. Not to know ii not to have. II. w. Harris & Go. 115 liTMiMrriH'St., CHICAGO. 6 I?vtiifi.irT St . BOSTON. DnHnC nf n'-PH. Clt .!. St -hiwH Watfr DUIIUv Wmli, etciKinuht and poW. Ovt 10,,HHMNH of MiiDiriptil Kecuritlc poUI No Iohb FOPtainfHl of pTinclpHl nr interest by any client. Hem. for (.epcript ive lift. KONEY TO LOAN nSlf. J; cent interest-flntj iwar1,wiih option of pftrtial paympntp. Interact nlUtwed on time depoa- ch t-5 dwlm Cnres Female Complaints. AGreatEidney Uaedy. C SOLD BT AIL EEUSQISTS. Buford & Loosley, -OBNKRAL- Insurance Agents. The old Fire nt Time-Trivd companies Ke preeented LOSSES PROMPTLY ?A). fates as low at an Hellahle Comiany ran aflorj our r .iron ape is aoncilec "Ofllce in Artrn. Block. AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attemi Nale IH EITHKB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or ReceiveConsignments and make prompt returns. seoae: aVveaae OC ISLSSTD ILL Mtu.RciT tmrtcm; wd hr l amd GIVES PCR FECt SATISfacWm. Aluo fur onr 8io--himr Snprwirt -Tr, BcMom JfntniH, fireB FhiHdB, Rufetr IMto, tTfallt1 roWnT irooijfi. ,. Nfw df vtps ana ready sIb. W c hn-vm a rrHrnbfr of ladira ikw clrar tnn (too a month. Addrvi- , LaalleH.r Caksc. CLERWINACO. cct-5 dwlm WILSON Imaniinni nnn Tlieat Wa5hPo.-iTd. aro made with a Bent- Weotl lira. The btront; et laiards and best vaanera in the world. For sale by all ecakra. a. NOLI! II v Mta-c fit . I UOUBLr. aBalnnw, in it h. rail. wytT-dwly S. T. WATKINS, SacetKr to WATKINS & II ILL J Dealer tn Dry and Green Wood. Will aim attend te flanlli," of all aint Orlee varda. corner of erth street on ttnlli t arena.. Telephone No. 187: order mar be reft, at e tiller plac. . ort-2t-rit f DrimrCC" CaU8E and CURB, hjone CarHLalOtirtio waa aeaf twenty-eight year.; treated by airwt of the noted ppecialii or the day with Be benefit. rrn kimrflf In throe mnathe, and elnce then Hondrcda of others by fame prm'wr nl.ln, Umi'lo anil enccMi-'nl Jomi trwtijctt! i adarea. f , , 1M, ni t fl.i Ms I'lty. (retdtt.Jim BANKERS GUI RAILROAD TIME TABLE. rHH'AUO, ItWK ISLAM & PACIFIC lYafns Leave for Chicago. P Hunger 7:40 am 8:10ain ' H:lSam LaSallc PasiH-Dger 5:45pm Purvnger : 10:2S p m " li:(Xlpm Arrive from ithicago. PapetDg.ir ... 5:20am " 5 :45 a m Laa11c Paswiiktr -.. 8:Wam Paiwengcr ; 4:48pm 6:2 p m " 7:04 p m Kanea City. Leave, Arrive. Day Esprens and Mail rWim H:i?sm Night KxprtMj atid Mail 6:35pm 10:20 pm Minntfcta. Dny Express 5:?5am . Exprey t-'ast. 7:l5pm Nigbti-sprtHi" 6:82 pm 10:55 am Council Jilvf. Day Eiprrnsaiid Mail 5:?T am 11:00 p m Atlantic Pah center 8:ri5am 5:4Upm Night Exprtfs 6 :35 p m ; ;35 a m Wilton via M'tscatiiif. The Fire F!t - 2:3U p m 12:01 ra Depot, Moltpc Avenue. J. F. COOK, Agt'Bt. Rwk Inland. tmi AKO, HnRi,iNi;xo?v& uriNti- T.KAVK AltniVB St-ljonif Exittrt-? fi-'tTia m 6:45a. tt-rling l'acHf-if-'tir a. m. 75 p. m. Sit rln .AM-ini'iiutiiiU'JO.ll a. 3:30 P. f. LoniP FnM Rz 8ip. f. 7:-p Denver Kn. Oily Ei....4:15r. m a. II. P. CVSTEIt. Aent. ( HM AIJO, HiLH'A t'KKE A: ST. PAUL. BOi'K INLAND TRAI!e. Leave? fi:i5am Arrive 6'3Mpn 11 U :15 p m G:S5a ro AApcoiti. 4:'l0pm )-5?.arT( Ft, Ac com 'j:0ara fi:l0pra FlT'g DhIcIid') :4b am 9:116pm E. D. rf. HOLMKfr, Ayent ROf'K ISLAM A PK0K1A KA1UVA. Depot Twentieth ftreet, (enOliTKST HOVTB TQTPF KAtfT AND WBp?T rHAVK. ARRTV1!. Ka-t Epr-?( f. A. . 6:Hfi p. m. M-.il and Ks 9 .'JS p. m 1; r.s i crBimtntiitioti, T;1T r. M. 4:0 a. p. ny Frtfiibt 6-IX'a. m. 3:ibr.m OELE BKANtS. I.KA V V, ARKIVE. Mai! '1:1(1 a . :l:nnp. k. Accemrcodatioi! i W p. m. 8:00 a. m. F. II. ISif-EWEix, Afrent. mm mm HAILWAY. SBOBTKbT Rot'TB TO TUB EAST AND SOUTH Trainp lea.e Kuck Island LOMa. ra. Way Fr-einht. 3.45 " FaA Espr-!. 11 p. m Mnil HTti! Knitrt rtf -i.'ri) Throuj'b Frtiijlit and A'xomnicMi'itWn Trains arri.e at Ki.vck Inland: i.m a. m. Throujrti Freight anil Atconimoilation ?Af p. m. Mail mi'i K.tprv'!. 5.10 M FhpI Etprt ri. " Way Fn-rjJit. The Fat Kxvbk-. l. avini: H"tK lian.l at s.W rn. arnvr nt Fvoria Yi.W p. m., at Spr1m1fr 10 I.S5p. tn., at Dtitiir 4.Mp. m., arltpomil!.! 7.W . m,. Alton T.Jt V. n.. ' I.'Hit!J S.ir p. m.. and T.-rrr Itrtiit.' lt.:.r.p. m .TiipSsif Iav. Mitt itil' i.h'! th? Hr-T an'' VrirKfr-T rout to aM p-ini OTltlKHWt. Tin-l."t p.m. trun nv.V -f tlone connurtion nl JmawithC.B furtt-.tntu w.'f ; nrrivmt: at nalenhnrc at 4.i.'ft p. rt... at ItiiHinirfoii p. m..at Kt oftrik 10.145 p. m-, m) tt iti( y 10.H5 p. m. Arrivirif nt IVtim t..:i:i p. m., nuikiitii 'l-t' Tounei tii-nn wiih 1 V I. B. W. nd T. 1'.. W. frr Iii'li-inniHtli-, ronn.. tiri IIk-ic with alt fa! toif for th an1 Fmith. ST FA ST T1MB Sl'HK rONNE,TINS, and fetfp low f ny any othrr rotne. K. n.OAHLE, R. 0. snH'KH"VSR, 'irlSuV.t. On"! Tkt. Act. The 6 nO p. m. Accommouatiun leaves every daj except piindav. (Milwaukee! 0wJhi nearjy 5,500 mile, of tlior - .,, . ,,.in,ru n.i m iiiiimii?. n isconsin. Iowa, Mt.-s.ir.ri, Minntsola and Dakota. It is the Best Direct Knute, between all principal pninlg ih the Nurtliwe-t, ciouth west and Far West. For mips, time table, rales of pa-satre and lieiL-M. cu...ippl I., iln, neioest Klaiimi acenl of thellneaco. Milnankee ,1 m. Paul Hailwnror to any railrea.l assenl anyivlieie m the World. R. MIM.EH, A V H. CARPENTER, General Manager, ;en. Paw. Tkt kK J. P. TUCKBI!. oku. . IIEakfokd, Asst 'len'l Manas;, r Aft Gen. 1'ai.j. Aft Mii-n-AcnaE. Wisconsin. lirKor n.ttifes in refen nre to Special Exrnr sions. chanire. of tonrt. ami other items of interest In conn, etion with the i hii aizo, Milwaukee & NL Fail Railway, pkase refer to the local col'-imne of Thtsoaper. "ho Line seilnctprl by the Cov". to carry thp Fost Ma. I The Only Thetmgh Lmf, wuh m own tmct', b-'twocn CHICAGO, PEOEtiA or St. LOUIS AND DENVER r.p. y.'j o Onr.-:t,j, Pao!,c Junc'l-Vl. A)clV,Ot, Of KnvM Cttv. It ttat?ti 1 q rhi v iVrjt iat, LLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, KANSAS, COLORADO With fc'.nth I.t,., to ,Sr io rsnt.nt citi., town, mils rv.., ,1..,, , it,? y, M , ,,n, tn ,h,p- el,gant quippeJ tatougii tram, cr it. own ti.tl., o.lw..n Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omaha, Chlcaao and Council Bluffs, Chloacn arcl St, Joseph, Chicago nnrl Atchison- Chisago and Kansas '-i'f. vnicagoand TopcKn, Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago and Dubuque, Chicaeoand Sim,, tnitu Peoria and Council Bluffs. Peoria and Kansns City, Peoria and St. Louis, St. Louis and Omaha, St. Louis and St. Paul. St. Louis o.nd Rock Island, si. ilouis and cnicago, Kansas City and Denver. Kansas Citv and St. Paul. Kansas City and Omaha, Kansas t,ity and t jrllngton. fl",ct CcnfWCticn mule at each nl n. !t,nr,. Mint. wilh Ttuavgh TiMnt to r.d item point, loclwl on (H bi.net.,. At .och of it. Mweisl E.stei. an.l W...... lul coniMKii ,n Uiand Union 0p.! with Thiouffli Tran. to ,i, pemr, in in. umi.o sl.lu and CwiMa. It it In. Pnnciaal Lm. to Saa Francises, Portland and City of 'ieiico Foi Ticket!, Rate, GreTal IrttofTTiatfOf,, etc egid'rj the BurtinKtw. Rout. cH on any Tichat Af ant in ttvs Utd 5tata or Canada. ortdd-.a ENRY B. ST0NF. PERCEVAL LOViUL Atat Uan l Hvg, Gon'l Paat, AmaL CHICAGO. HATHEY CAYLUS' .... .'ear. won Rreat .neons. by the rliyewiana of I'anMJew York ami London, and aupcntir lo all other, it tho jTompt cure of all K r.ll.nnK. 1 111 lip OIIIV ID UMIMtleacwIainiiiglHt'aiwnknarh. PHIt'R Pwmred by -'US a CIS, CAPSULES old Knarys ra, . f.rl.. EOCK f a.3? Zav jkMLsMaa. aaaw f THE MOI.I2STE W AGOJST. The Moline Wagon Comp'y Manufacturers of Far jj, Spriug and Freight WagoiiF. A full and 30uiplete line o) I'i.atpoiim anil other Hprinu Waohnp, especially arlar-le to tiie WtsU'in Trade, of superior wurkoi.inship and finish. Illustrated l'rice List free on application. See the Moline Wagon before pnrrbiein aei. W. E. KNICKERBOCKER, Metaphysician or Mind Cure, NO. i.'05 BKADY ST., DAVENPORT. Diseases of all Kinds Successfully Treated. CONSULTATION FREE. PARK rVoH! ami (- in Diseases or Hordes and Cattle. t hjrre- Hi asenal.le. t ails alteudrd loniyln or day. ctllte at Znii k. r a Krk t's Livery stah'e. Tel. plnino No. ll'.r.S. HOCK ISLANP. II.L. THE "TTVOLI," M. MAGRUM, l'ropnetor, Second Avenuk, - Opp. Harper House. Ifr-Thf 'Ti'ti,i" hst- Vttt ly bt n (rat!-'f.inii-1 into a Palui e t-iiuaHnc in vcry reypett thf finop saWiiin t'tiiiaift ai 4iirpft-i?c an.thiniMn tin- threecttkr? A nnmlurnf M hmtcal Fso kpi p tli- st;il(i-hiiM'Ml 1 il .liiriiiL' th- not wmth r. Thr I-Ki'iiJ Kf Trff runeine iltP nv-tl at tht:- pl;iMirl'?ni'iit ip in beeping with itt rranrimprovfmeni. An elegant lunch i-c-rvtd i-vt-ry m.rtiinj.'. All klndu uf Sandwuhet? THE CENTRAL NO. 1717 SECOND AVENUE, JOHN C. LaFKENZ, - PROPRIETOR. A chuoe t-. k .f li. -r. win; Li'imirt. md CVah alwayn a han l. A fair share of public pa EXCHANGE HA.JL.L. RUDOLPH .SCHWECKE. SALOON And JftlLU ARD HALL, Belonrthe C. R. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island. 111. Imported and Domestic li-cr and Wine, Fine l.ibnnrs and t'ifars al . ays on hand. HVL-. YERBURY, Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowles' Steam Punips, Inspirators and Ejecturs, Wrnnaht. Cast and Ua.lPiW. I'.pe KlIMnz and llrass ticsfs of ererr descl'lution Rubber III and Talking of al! kinds; Urain Tile and S, wer l-lpe. -w-iiiai. nnnner 111 Office and Shop No. 217 Kip;hle'nth St.. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. At the Davenoort f Mihik pj J KDlt iVL- LATlnN. J ('ownKKriAi. Law. tJ P't'ttefMiRACH T. 1 TvrB WniTiNu. t TcLifttupur, ISMM WHO IS UNACtJUAINTEO WITH THE SCC BW EVA Bel I BJ I AJ i 'irrg 1 WiP1 5SfisSnr1 faVlah,SaWWotenhlTW V ? : Off SHmiM- CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R Y By reason of its central position, close relation to principal lines East of Chicaeo and continuous bnes at terminal points West, Northwest and Southwest-fa the only true middle-link in that tranaoontinental system which invites and facil i talcs travel and traffic in either direction between the Atlantic and Pacific Ine Rock Island main line and branches include Chicaaro, Joliet, Ottawa Ls SnUe, Peoria, tJeiiesoo, Moline and Rock Island, in Illinois; Davenport, Husca tine, Washinirton, Fairfield, Ottumwa, Oskaloosa, West Lilierty, Iowa ditv. Des Mouies, ludianoU, Winterset. Atlantic, Knoxviile. Audubon. Harlan. Outhris Centre and Council Blutfs, in Iowa: Gallatin, Trenton, St- Joseph, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri: Leavenworth and Atchison, in Kansas; Albert Lea, Hinneanolis and St. Paul, in Minnesota; Watertown in Dakota, and hundreds of intermediate cities, towns and villages. THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE grantee ' Srjced Comfort and Safety to those who travel over it Ita roadbed U thoroughly baUasUd. Iu track la of heavy steel. Ita bridges are solid f, 1 of'V?ne a"?.111- Jts rolhrur stock is perfect as human skill can make s'c'v appliances that mechanical Renins has invented and fr?,ea3.Pr,ved ""'"oblo. Its practical operation is SonservaUve and method iiMl SI?"t"'iS?efctinB' Th" luxury of its paaaentrar acrammX it? u?"fiS1iS,inih,e.?I?5tru,1,,urPBKed i" the world. ALL EXPBESS TRAINS between Chicago and the Missouri RItbt consist .nS01r?YCiACHB8.ma??inntU -bttw flltZSlPi?1 JARS proyidin exceUent metlsnd CBLrUB T CAita AtchlBoa lUaaaa City-restful BECLIiN(J THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE thit'lfr! Chicatro and Minneapolis and 8t Paul. Over iSlliti Jr.li ffi; ?xprep a Traina run daily to the summer resorts, picturesque whoit rfeWnK ttnf nsbirur arounda of Iowa and Minnesota. Thench AhSrt .51 land interior Dakota are reached via Watertown. to trJS?1S.,e Kato' a Senocaand Kankakee, offers superior inducements JiT IEi,b0twWTn Cinc"natj. Indianapolis. Lafayette and Council Blans, St. mediate pcdrita?" teave"worth- City, MuineapoUa, St. Paul and inter- offi Aii.cl,Je8 of,natrn;. specially families, ladles and children, receive from kindly attinticn? Bock IsUuld t-ws protection, rsapsotfnl aonrtesy and Tl-iT2I Ma,?"' Folders-obtainable at all principal ticket dmoM In th United States and gonad. -or any desired inlrraattss, address, . uB;i,',FlE- E. T. JOHN; I, A, HOLBROOK, rfH,BaM,ii,(,f1cnH., n'i fl'i tt'i'r, C'ttf. if,iTM,ri,tT.Mff, & ffiLLIS - Hitve received tbeir- iSPKINtJ AND SUMMER STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, Wliii h liave been ylated at very low 1 704 Second Avenue. R. J. HOWEY, Veterinary Surgeon, (tlf the Uulaiio Veterinary College ) llitving bad Twelve years practice. I am pie part d to treat nil Business College, K Kspi bo. DUHCAN HAWKS. Prop trs CEOCOAPHV OW THIS COUNTRY. WILL rajlct uaea ea.... it x HI si f ? ? 'J v IK S. J i-.f. ni t r .ii ct ' I : n t 1 v'j'i I 1 , 1 If 0