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THE. ROCK ISLAND ARGUS.: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, IH6.
ECZEMA ERADICATED. Gcntmrn Tt U dttft ?Ml ft tay that T think I am entirely Well nf eczema after having takt-n 8w,it Sp-niic. I have been troubled with it verv hLtlc in my face since ia-st spring. At the btfjiiiniuir of cold weather lart fail it made a slight appearance, but went away and has never returned. S.S.n. nod,abt broke it up; at lea.-t it put mv system mtrood condition and I cot we!!. It aleo benefited mv wife creatly in ease of akk btadmrhe, and made a perfect cure nf a breaking out .1 mv little three year old daughter last summer. Watkntnille, On., Feb. 13, Kiv. JAMJ& V. M. MORRIS. Treatise on Bioou and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tn Swift Nwnw Cn. Hniwl. Atlanr. Oa. ntOWSSIOSAL CARDS. J. M. UKARDSLWY, A TTOKNKY AT HH' lHie with J. T K-r i worthy. 17-1& -)fi-t tv-tm-. H'ir-l-lwiiai WIL U AWf JACKSON" I ITilMNKV AT l.W fifth'., in Rork hlaiid .' Ninoiitl Kink lluilthiii:, U"i k IMan.1. 11). JOHN S. HOLLAND, ATTilltNKY ANI fit N-F,i l.OR AT LAW 'JVC!' !l.frl!, ,', Moliliy. Illlll'lll. i-;. W. HURST, TT.lNKV MliMI'sKl.l.'!l; AT LAW.- '. - mi Hi ..mi. 1Vml- l!.i.k. ... i It.M.k li ;avl Ni.i.iiv i'.iu k. K.N'kl cliiitil, ill. '.i - ", .l.vlf O. I.. WA1.KKR. SWKSNEY & WALKER, TTS('t5YS.!.-.irBt.!.ol AT LAW ili :n li.-i.a l"!.'" W... k. li vk l'.ni.l. ill. HKi.'isKi: r it. i:i,ki.J!0!:;:, ITTilKSBT IV t' V TENT ( W'. -Pnt-n. iltil-.!n.' :l i' L T-l-il'ii'iti-.l. lJ.Ktp. I, HVM Nhiio -ill 'lnK Uinlilili-. 1 O !IK tiT-J, ti.i.:i li-t ili-i. Itiin.i'n nl-lS-'lrt I V 31. COHBKTT. VPIM'iN KV r i, A s,.n,-M,.r in i ii.it-. k sy mi Not -,ry i'u'i: . ' ii, i, Omii :(! V M". '!( !ni.t .1 - Hi..: !, ..v..!il'.ltv II WOIff, Chi-., Ul 3. Vf.jf -Or VI aEWspAPKRv , The Roc I'lwl Hah.. (.fil'i'.i. -! .-v-i -vetitti.'. Sunday tuecjKlMn Ar'u lii'Vk. o.. Im:hc T'ontodtee. Be-" ,i i-:i!nv nr d'im in t Tin- Rock .'hid ffnsiin .Win; t'-tirl;-',, 1 t-v.-rv Friijr. A 'to;- .-.b ! 'M in f.uu.-.- Hon with Mk e.j .afh.-h'ut ii'. LOANS 1 In 4 pT cent per annum, Hiree rnunUis to h Lifetime in duration on sjiMui INVESTMENTS. 4k w;iN..-)ir.'oiH-i;!1,t"N"'rKJ-,-T'M Si I Y.H KNJ :uid ... ITA1JW I.T t. rU-.'-s MIl. !h m r. .nt.:...-. of t;eii -"..on r;it..-- i! irt K'.'-rv B'tnl pirtiri!i!Tr-in four H-itnipr:'i.i r m -,m-m sitnii-ii'v. .it(.i in-rt- i'i m ir.. ( lrt(!:-' ti"iin:tii! a !r'm tmn if f r-iu ."hin . i.hi.iM', i'" ri -' on t'i-' ia e jfn.'ttt . nul ih-' liiti - :il i:me in worth f'fir Tift.' vh'ii-, ui 1 nris- be reib''invd hv Thlr ri-jpi-. tuf 'jiit'nmie.rs. the .m- ft- our I nif'I t.- ririifiii Uiiii-l-. N ilt ink. - no nk wh itever. an-t hiindre t- "f "iiiMrtiirinn of re't'-miiti'in, wi'ti prt'mtnm- r.uiL'tur n)rn fi" i,i miict twire bin' on- .t th'iri'-t pre-niTni. $3 wi'l cnre Oiic of ifune IhisIj f'r thf nest rp'b'iiioM'Hi. Re'fiit?! hy Mur.tT Orde'. Inf, KeiMiTid I.e tTor Knfr?i. Ril.iii'-i- it:ti"aNit- m niirnilv Fi"iHiin';iit-. I i flovernme'! I'.-.inria on numih " mt'iif A.lilr.sf .r: in -iMrs. .. .- . C. W. STP:f!. II Hkf r. jtiri-riw 4 KrMKifwHv. . vv V . rk. ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! Iron Fence! 'hipst Fnr in th Wurld fur K.8i-.liicf or Ceru"t'-iy ! its. Mai; i.u v IicigiiL De:;irtd. :i km.l- MMV ii. ..1 M A 'ill f w.irk . nrii- pr iin.itly hii i ii-rjcfioo irn iriiii- .i. Wriii' lor ir:. . . mwmu hhos. - tv iV K I SLA N !, IfJ. -..f.-S ..I - O. E. MILES Eigraysr olffooi BXKrrrriw rurs ok Buil.lius, iMMrliinciy, I'oi trails. Animals, &c. Ai.do Ei.r.CTRoTYrK in-- fuvii..i,l iii HHy imiiili,-!. Olllc" aii'l II. ul. .m i' r.- irof rlirv-tnii i'Ii.i Braity utmnt. In-twi'i'v. 4tli nmi "itli, DAVENPORT IA ASi FOR THE W. L. DOUCLAS PetmBtPrfal, jfttprt fit, qt!nii rivfrffirffiphoj prery pair w;irr:uiied. none unl:3s ci;niit" 't Phop.wirran'to. i'vn- frewi, luittiin and I.,n e. O? 'iS"" f von cannot prt. ttn'f i Kr-a' ptio'8 frum k-alr, t"-ml j "! Md'lnffi nit rt3l earrl SSv - WHEAT Dnlinnr Dnmrlnr i:nlorva by (lie Itiadinn; IloUln In I'm- ntmirj. IH'rtvrl hy li (iorrrnitiTnt k ir i In- Indian :oiiiiMiitton. Mu-ri K Al IttlCISfll'S so -vs. V NPWVOHK. PH0SACID. lTersitfof?iiiiiii. SUMMER LAW LECTURES ine eekly) be-iu Hfli .July, IsSti, :inl end Htu Sept-m-her. lUve proved of niirnal Int. to ntudriitp who d-!Kii to inrne their !tiidieit at thw orother Lnw H:lni)n; l'i, t. tUose who rose to n-iid priTHtfly; an,( 3t to prJ4. )tiom.r; W(,0 lmvft Iot ntd the alv;inT:tireof PvcttMiiatlc instruction: fr circnlar apply ( p. o. I 'nivarttty vt Va. to -I.hm l- I'rof.Ooni. and Stat. Uv. mSiwlm BJ.E SELF CURE I ll ak..ttl(i4 y f i $3. 1 LDENiiTJMES The fanr.da, by uhuh iiishlcr's Herb Utters is wpohnU:! is over two hun h,d years old, and of Uerman origin. The entire range of proprietary medicines ir.riGt produce a preparation that en !:"' so high a reputation inthe nmmunity 7tT? if is mane us S3TTI It the 6f;f rem dy for lihlnry ani t.'irr C'otitji(tiitn, J'txinpaia, Crump in the Stomach,' Indict s 'on, Materia, Periotliral fom "IftiHts, etc. Asa J.Vooif Vurifirr, 'Vi no equal. It tones the srttem, i'i'he'uno, ivr.'iqornisvg av.d giura ebfe. I tv Ju'itnr Bsj-pn. of I.anm!terCa. Tv an ii,nt an Iiotionj Miz. n. oice ntP: - '-I'-U'erV II, rb Bitters if v.-ry widely known, i h i- T-'iuti-. n w-r-at i-intJtion t"r im-.li iTt.'i firattve pniferti;- I li.iventk-.l luvwlf f 5 a "iv tap-tly Mev. r.I botti.-s. ainl I aui Haii-.;-'I i, i! tin iv-imttftMn in net uninenttnl ' MtSRT.KR HOB FTTT15R3 CO. 4'ommorro St., "Phtl.tflplphia. to COUGHS, CROUP AND coimMPTwam ? V'.'. --w. ? A-K I - U'PF D BBS OF IVIULLEESM. Tt)C fw!-t iriiTT!. i.- tthi r-ft fr"m trc f tho pi.i. iijinii-. -imv, ini: ;iVm l!tc r v. It Mrcunit tn the Nmlt'i rn M::ir -. irit.t 1 1 it a "i Hiinti'riTii: xix'ct'i- ' int tltut ' on ttns ptitt'irni pr-"lnf m : -tIy iM-iinii,., i-.ti.'li. nnO tinirihOf? the lull! I th' -v iT the t !!- mvrninain' hi rronpi am" v i h-tj.tn---e-"'"h. tn fmiii'in il nuh the tu al iV tnnri !:!'-!' tii t,rn-. mtc it- 1 1 - mullfin plfint 1 the Oi l II- t.f nrr-" nt in T. VI i ( IIMU'KCG !;k-u : s or Vf-ri--T !"! am vi 1 1 .i the Dmv-t ! in r. i i.-mi'ilv f r t tt ' 'r-'ie. Wii'hiimiil'hiiuii i'tul i'.in;.iix!'ivin. hum ;"i vt(;it:tiji.. ,iv clut'l is : M !:tti' i' - t; k -'ir 'n-.-'-' f t'T it. I'n-e, ":j:iIH. V. ;lt. c .1.T j!r. llluutu.G. f SIS OF PDEE COD LIVER OIL JS iiosp Almost asalatableas Milk. Tie of.lr iimnratipn nf ( (in tlTTIl OIL that ci.d l taknn rcaojly and toltjtated tor a lung UlM bj tMM-at. Btiinai-bit. uinKUT rort fosnmoi. fnmniuix Ain.(-nns. ninii.Ttv f -.V. ' rmiMiK ti TilitiiAT AF. KKITin-.s. n, ai vnsilVli IHsounms HV 1 Hlt.lil;! il is iiiarri'Ilfins in tw rrnnltw. l'i. .:nlil aud riuliuwd by Uio baa l'bjalclaii. tii tl- .,.nnilniu of tbe world. FORALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. BOLD HEDALi fABlB, IffJb. BAKER'S fflst Cocoa. Warranted abnotutely pure Cacon, from wbkb tb' exueas of Oil had been removed, it ban three time$ the gtrcttgtM of Cocoa mixed with 6 tart h, Arrowroot or luRar, and u thert-forc far more economi cal, coating Ux than one cent a cup. It to delicious, nourlhini?, fltrenRthentUft, tswily dlecsted, and admirably adapted for invalius a well an for penioria bi b(alth. Sold by (Jroerm everywhere. W . EfiER & CO., DorcbBster, Mass. WE AE..MEN! IZ&SZSZ i. rr,Dtni iim IHrdOVEll t; HKiTJill KlM.t. ainJtV.'r yt ity iliMTt:.;- lhr--iif:lt a'.l vk po rtP "n-stor- iit-nmi iti ii ip.itnii ,Mri nti!i. Kfrttrie t tiiitiuitlv or WPi'.-rt. it P.VtKIl tn nth limtifiiOv curfrl hi dir.-: inoiuiH t.ntiplilu-tc. itump i tie Sanden Electric Co. le'j USailc st., Clucago. tnay lT-dwly Pennyroyal Pills. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." THIt 0III015AL AND OHLT CCHUINI. Sali- and always nlijlilo. Hi warp nf iroBTHLiaa imiwcuiii, ; IiiilirMinal.l,-f,rLMIKa. Ak your UrtlL'L'ifir fur "I wii'ii ihivd'u . . . : . no i oth.T or Inclose tr. (rlampt) to u, for panic nlar U truer by retnrn mall. v r. linli nPBKea Chmikas. Co.. T'Mr W Oflti (1. tMHmwi it ft c"i 1 mum EPISCOPALIANS GET tHROUGH, i Last Day of the Triennial Convention The Proceeding. Chicaoo, Oct. Ttinrwlay was the last day of the session of the Episcopal oonveB 1 ii hi, and the hall was almost wmply srhen the SBcrpfary road the minutes to unheeding ears. The Rev. Dr. Benjamin Franklin, who is intensely interested in the subject of mar riage and divorce, presented arasolalJuii that a committee of three presbyters and two laymen be appointed to consider tho who'e subject, for the preservation of American civil life, "iteoaying already at its root,'1 and not to abandon it until full t legislation on the subject be obtained. An effort was made to stab the proposition by putting it on tho calendar, but it faile.1. Dr. Dumbell said be deeply deplnnil that t'lis house would ad journ with. Kit taking a stand on a subject 80 deeply important while so much time has been occupied, lie wou! I not say frittered away, on unimportant Mibjects. The reMu tion was passeit By a vote of diocesi and orders it was d? cidml to reiHirt to the diocesan conventions a pniiosed change of the meeting of the gen (T.il convention from the first Wednesday io October to the third Wedm-sday in Septem ber, to be ratified at the next general conven tion. The present date is extremely incon venient to southerners, as cotton and corn are just then coming in. The bishops non concurred. After Dr. Hunlint n lnd ris?n three or four times to call fur the order of the day, Uic iw.sinu of tlni pruyvi-book was taken up, ami pi-rnns-ion was panted to sing a hymn or until, in at the ntlertory. The Kvv. Drs. Harwocrl, of t'oniiei ticit; Stj ingfellow, ol Alaliama, and M.rs. Prm.ie. oi New Icx ico, and Fairbanks, of Florida, were ap pointed to visit tlie proviucial synod of tut Canadian church. This was on a message from the him; of bishops. The qwst tion of fixing the date of the least of the transfiguration was then taker up. The bi.shi wanted it on Jan. IV. which is a date not on any calendar of fi a-ts and only ( hosvn because it is thought to come in convenient. The date is Aug. t in all cuinmuiiions. and so the house of depu 1 ii held hy an overwhelming vote by dio cins and orders. The house of bishops p-nii'fuHy ytel l., anil tlie roast is an entail h.lu.l lliiitsf. A mes-sae from th house ol !.i-h.i. was omni-rcl in to apKiint a joint coin.iiltt.e ot litlen to con-ildcr the subjec l nil titrthi.r litur-R-al revision to report n.'xt ciino;iliii:i. The himr for adjournment arrivcl. hut no official notice was received, an I t!ie house had to sit. The set vkes at tSraiv church consisted of s h inn and SHVral collects, after which tht jiastoral letter was rt-ad. THE CONFESSION OF FRANCIS. t he Ohio Convit-t t ells of His Connection with the Viireil Tally-Sheet. t iu.rv bi s, Ohio, Oct. in. John Francis the convict who escaped w-hile he was being iiruiilit trom the jienitentiary to Justice Frit, hev's eouit as a witness, but was re captured, j;ave his testimony Wednesday ir uio luri tally-sheet case. Humors that number of toughs would attempt to take pos s-sssion of the court-room and perhaps kit Francis caused the magistrate to order tilt room cleared. Francis said he forged tht tiiHv-sheot in prison, and was promised his liberty for doing so. Representative Young one toauville. an ex-convict, and two broth ei named Montgomery planned tlie scheme, and a niuiilier of politicians and prison ofti cials were irnpliiated. He iirwbued writter conversations with a deaf prisoner, who hac agisted. It is lieheved his testimony wilj convict all lne tlelendants. fiolnK to the inml.eil I.anri. ( HARU'TTE, N C, Oct (me hundred intuit negroes besides a large number ol children, have started out on a pilgrimage to Lilictla. For some tune Kev. H. A. Massey a pluusilile colored preacher, has heen preach lug up Litierui in the two Oirolinas, rejire- seiiting it as a land of muk and honey. As a result he has secured his first shipment, whe w ill take a steamer at Norfolk and thence de part for the African paradise. The scene as the traiu pulled out was a remarkable one. The travelers were crying and singing such songs as "De remised Lan'" while those left behind set up a terrible lamentation. Two M..n Lynched. Little Hock, Ark-, Oct 29. When James M. Hamilton, the wealthy farmer and IHilmcian of Searcy county, was shot dead as he was sleeping beside his wife a few nights ago. suspicion fell upon four farn hands with whom he had some disagree inenL Tlie accused were arrested, and two. nanit-d Page ami Moore, were taken from jail 1 U'S lay and lynched. Tbe other tw. are strongly guarded to prevent their suffer uig a bke late. Senator Sherman en Blaine. I'hiladelI'Hia. Oct. 2. Senator Sher man, in an interview Wednesday night, said i.i regard to the presidential nomination: "It Sir. Blaine wants it I think he can get it It is necessary to have a candidate who can carry New York, and it is for Mr. Blaine tc decide whether he can succeed in that state. If he should be beaten again it would end his political life. I have not heard that he want the nomination." Forbidden to Preach, LO.VDOX. OcL 3.'. The Rev. finch R. Haweis, vaar of St. James chatiel, Maryle- bone, had tweu announced to preach a ser mou in Dr. Parker's t'ity temple Tbursda morning. A large audience bad assembled to hear the discourse, when Dr. Farkci mounted the rostrum and astonished tbe as semlil ige by stating that the bi.,hop bad for bidden Mr. Haweis to preach there. Thert were many cries of ''shame1 from the au.li euce. , Will AiMnlne Active Control. Washington City. Oct ',fl. Sccreturv Manning, who sincj his return to W ashing ton has' heen only nomiually at the heail of the treasury department, wdl Friday as sume active charge and control of the treas. ury j.e-tfoiio, thus relieving Mr. F'airchild, who for inuiithi past has been acting secre tary of the tl-ear.ury. Wile Murder at Ilioi. III. Dixon. Ills . Oct. 3.-John Denny, of this city, struck his wife with an ax in tbe ba.-k of the neck, Wednesday, kilUng her in stantly. Mr. Denny is about IK) years old, had rjeen adjudged insane some time ago, and fenl to the FHgin asylum, but after being there a few months he got away and came home. Professor Swing's Oanglitcr Married. Cmi Aoo, Oct, LH Miss Helen (Swing, daughter of Txofessor David Kwiir;, and Mr. Mason H. Starring were united in msrriag. WediH'sday evening at 7::l o'clock at the New England church. In spiteof a lowering sky every seat in the church was filled and crowds stood about the door. Cuttings Kw Scheme. El Paso, Tex., Oct. 2. Cutting is here concoct ing a scheme to enlist 10,0ta men tc invade Mexico for the purpose of conquering the three states of Chihuahua, Sonorn, and Durango, and erecting a republic. Tbe pain and misery suffered by those who arc afflicted with dyspepsia are in describable. The distress of the body is equalled or surpassed by the confusion and tortures of tbe mind, thus makingits victims suffer double affliction. The re lief that is given by Hood's Sarsaparilla bos caused thousands to be thankful for this great medicine.. It dispels the caus es of dyspepsia, and tones up tbe digess live organs. Try Hood's Bars aparilla. The richest young man in Philadelphia is said to be Augustus Jcssup, twenty four years old, with an income of over f(iO,(XK). BDCKLIH'S ARNICA 1ALVB. Tlie grcaUiSt medical wonder of the world Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, can cers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chap pod Band", anrt an jum eruptions, jtiaran tsed to cum Is r isstiuBB, et mottef ref ufided.,, ti arm pi! Sit f ?f I? M &DT1CS TQ BOIBKBI. Are jou disturbed at night and broken ol yonr rest bj a sick child (uSuring and crying with pain of cutting teeth t "If so, end at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winakw' Soothing 8ymp for children teething. Its value ia incalculable. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately. Depend upon it mother?, there is no mistake about it. It urei dysentery, diarrhoea, regulate the atom ach aud bowels, curea wind colic, eo(l ena tbe gume, reduces intjauimation. aud gives lone and energy to the whole bjs tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of one ol tbe oldest and best female nurses and phy sicians in the United Slates, and Is fot sale by all druggists throughout the world. Trice 25 cents per bottle. feb-28-m w-s ml ; The paragraph saying that Geronimo is pronounced "Heeronimo" las reached San Angelo, where Ibcy ouiibt lo know how to pronounce the name, and leads Ihe-Standard to exclaim "Hood hracious! what is he hiving us? What a hay and a hiddy style of talk this hentlemen would het us into By hosh, we won't have it Ho to! Ho to'" Whit is It? And What il Is. Patiillion (Clarke's cxlract of flsx) Skin Cure, like many other inestimable bem tits to mankiDd, was discovered by accid ent. The proprietor, engaged in the pre paration of certain plants, from time to time noticed the effect of wotkin. in the pulp vats on tbe skin. If there was pres ent any cutaneous eruptions, warts, litem iabes or scrofulous symptoms, all dtsaps prsred as if by magic. Aflcr experiment ing len years, il has become a scicotitlc fact and a priceless boon to the humnn race. From giving away a few bottles, the demand has increased until the sale for the past two years amounts lo 1,032.- OIK) bottles. Large bottles only f 1. For sale by H. H. DeSanto. Mrs. Charles Oberlv was a cripple, and so her husband thought it would not be riirlit lo best her. but instead, as a pun ishment, iie used to lower her into the well. One day the tope twisted around ber neck and she died, and now Charles lawyer is trying to make a Missouri jury oeueve tnat it wasan accident. A Baantifnl Present. The Virginia Salt Co . nf New Haven, Conn, to introduce Virginia sail into every family are making this grand oiler A crazy patchwork block, enameled in twelve beauiitul colors, and containing the latest fancy slilches, on a Inru'e lith ographed card having a beaiitilul gold mounted ideal portrait in the center, given away with every HI cent package 01 Virginia tail. Virginia salt has equal for household purposes. It is the cleanest, purest and whitest salt ever seen or used. Remember that a large package costs only 10 cents, with the above present. Ask your grocer for it ' Divers are examining the bottom ol Lake Quinsigamond for iclics of Ibe cient owners of the soil whoe campiii"; ground was on the shores. The divers are employed by the Worcester Natural Historical society, Typhoid, fce&rlet and Tallow Fevers, Measles Diphmsna, Small -Fox, Cbolera. &c. uaroys rropoyisctic r iutn will destroy the infection of all fevers and all conta gious and infectious diseases. Wil kcej tne niroosplitie ui ny sick-room Dure and wholesome, absorbing and destroys ing unneannv erauvia and contagion re suiting therefrom. Will neutralize any bad smell whatever, not by disguising it. out Dy aestroving it. tse Datbys Prophylactic Fluid in every sick-room; Recently a New York girl of 15, who had taken lessons in " First AM to the Injured.' was in Fallsbureh, N. Y , when a boy was thrown from a wacon and his leg broken. She at once put, her knowl edge into use. set the leg. and he is recov ering fast. Anothsr Life Saved. About two years ago, a prominent riti zen of Chicago was told by nis physicians that he must die. They said his system was so ueDililated that there was noth ing left to build on. He made up his mind to try a "new departure." He got some of Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" and took it according lo di rections. He began to improve at once ne Kepi up tne treatment tor some months, and is lodav a well man He says the "Discovery" saved his life. It is said that tbe only way an exuress car on the Facinc roads can be robbed is by collusion with Ibe messenger. The cars are lined Willi boiler iron and pro vided with a shotgun and two revolvers, and the doors are so secured that Ibrv cannot be oiened from without in an hour's lime. A WALKIH0 SKBLETOH. Mr. K Springer, of Mechanicshurg i wrilrs: "I was afflicted with lung fever and abscess on lungs, rind reduced to a walking skeleton. Got a free trial boltlenf Dr. King's New Discovery for t onsumpnon, winch did me so much good that I bought a dollar bottle After using three hollies, found myself once more a man, completely restored lo health, with a hearty appetite, and a "sin flesh of 4S lbs." Call at Ilarlz A llabnsen's drug store and net a free trial bottle of Ibis certain cure for all Lung Diseases. Large bottles tl (Ml. Tbe warm summer and eaily fall in California interfered seriously with sal mon fishing in the Sacramento river. Tbe fish seemed too languid to bite, and sought the deep, slill holes, where thet lay on the bottom and died in large num bers. The gieaiest foe of America people is consumption; its victims number many thousands each vear.- Physicians and druggists have at last found a remedy whirb they feel justified in reccommend ing. This is Dr. Bigeluw's Cure, which cures consumption in stages that other remedies are of no benefit. It cures coughs, colds, and all : throat and lune liseases speedily and safely. Price So cents and jl, iff druggists. Capt. Ira Paine recently fired 100 shots with a 44 calibre armv revolver at a- tar get 50 yards away and made 781 ont of a possible 1.000. His poorest shot was nine inches from tlie centre of tbe bull's eye. Mh. Editor- Many of your leaders may be benefited by the knowledge of such an excellent remedy as Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic which produces the most favorable results in disorders of Hie liver, stomach and kidneys, and ia a valu able remedy in dyspepsia: also, dehilltv arising from malaria or other causes. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer, blood win ner, and a sure core for ague Price 50 cents. . . ! , Can amy one bring us a case of Kidney or Liver Complaint that the Eletric Bitters will not speedily cure? ' We lay that tbey can not, as thousands of cases already per manently cured and and who are daily re commending Electric Bitters, will prove. iingtjt s Disease, Diabetes, week Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured; tbey purify the blood, regulate the bowels, and act directly on the alaad putts. Every brttta waftttBtd, re h'-H' flUVf H"S " i KX. 00V. A. H. 8TEFHEH8 C0U5IH I am first cousin of the, late Ex-Governor Alexander H. Stephens, and have been postal clerk ou different railroads since 1868. For len years 1 have heen a sufferer from a cancer on my face, which grew worse until the discharge of matter became profuse and very offen sive. I became Ihorouahly disgusted with blond purifiers ami pronounced Hum humbugs, as I bnd tiiid many without relief, . Finally I was induced to use 11 II. IS. which was about the 1st of February, and continued its use until tbe lattei part of April. The offeusive discharge de creased at once and the hardness around the cancer disappeared. It improved my general health and I rapidly gained flesh and Strang! h. Ihe discharge gradually decreased and tke cancer became less and less in size until nothing remains except a scar to tell the taliof a once danger ous cancer. All who have seen me since I have commenced the use of li. B. B. Iiear testimony of my great improvement, and tbe scar on my lace shows that it cured the cancer. I find that B. 13. li. comes squarely up to what it is recom mended, and I cannot say too much in praise of this wonderful medicine. I have tried them all, but B. B .li. stands at the top as a blood purifier. The above is copied from the Athens (Oa ) Banner- Watefunan. being the vol untary language of Mr. Jau.es A. Greer, "Mr. Greer is an honest, upright citizen of Athens, who had a bad cancer, aud his numerous friends thought that be could not live very long, as the canci r was gradually sapping the foundation of his constitution, hut now looks well and hearty. " 2 AUAIKST 19. Several physicians have pnmouaccd my disease blood poison, caused by paint or lead in tlie paint, but I lie' could mil cure me. Last summer I used eighteen bottles of a largely advertised blood modi cine, which did me no more good than so much water. I have used only two bottles of B. B. H. and am proud to say that I have re ceived greater benefit from them Ihnti from the eighteen, and am now r-ipidly rt-coveiiog. There is no qeestion alioiil the superiority of H. B. It. over all blood remedies. 215 Reynolds street. W. H. Woody. Align, Ga., April 21st, lSSfi. All who desire full information uliou! Ibe cause mid cure of Flood l'oious, Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings, Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, Kidney Complaint, Catarrh, etc.. can secure by mail, free, a copy of our 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders, filled with the most wondcifui and startling proof ever before known. Address, Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga. For sale by T. H. Thomas. 1'h smallest residence ill Washington is that just built by a newly married cou ple. Their cottage has a frontage of six feet eight inches and a depth of about twenty feet, and contains four room.-. Cure of L'.ver Complaint lew KAl-l.s. Hakiiin Co . I.iwa, .Iuiii- S. ss:. I have been using Allcock's I'oroti. plaslers tor four years, and think I could not get along without them. For a lonu' lime I was afflicted with a pain undi r mj right shoulder blade; I also had con sidcrable dlltculty in hrealliing. 1 ap pliidan Allcock's Poious plasbron my hack, and one ou my chest I kept chanc ing them every four days, aud at the end of three weeks was cnlirely cured. K S . Stkvkns. Tbe chestnut trong was rung so contin ually in the puiilic schools of Portland. Oregon, that it btcarae an unbearable nuisance, and now any pupil who carries one to school is p trnmneuilv expelled if the teachers discover it. Nervooa Dominated Men Voo are allowed ? frte trial of thirt,. days of the use of Dr. Dvc's Celebrated Voltaic Belt Willi Electric Susjicnsory Appliances, for Ihe speedy n-bef and ler manent cure of Nervous Debilily, loss of Vitality anil Manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also, for many other diseases. Complete restoration to hea'tb. viijnr and manhood auarantecd. No risk is incurred Illusiralcd pamphlet, with full informa tion, terms, etc., mailed free by addresss ing Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich. deod ifc w. An illustration of true wifely unselfish ness comes from Newagn counlv. Wis consin. where a woman, after makincr a nice little sum ol money by picking blackberries, instead of buviiiir a new dress, bought her husband a fiddle. I whs troubled with Chronic Catarrh and gathering in my head, was very deaf at limes, had discharges from mv ears. and was unable to breathe llmni'di mv nose- Before tbe second boiilc of Kh's Cream Balm was cxaustcd I whs cured, and lo-day enjoy sound h-alh. C. J. Corliin, U2o Clicsnnit alnvi. Field Man ager, Philadelphia Pub. House, Pa. A woman in a Philadelphia dime mu seum floats for twelve consecutive hours in a tank of water. -A. CARD. To all lio or- sufTerlm- from Ibe errors and Indir-crelloiiKor youth, lu-rvoua wouliiie.su, ejrly rtiTTiy. lossof ni.'Cilio.h, Sc., I will seuil a reelii that will cure ;.:. rr.EC OF CIIAKGE. Thlsjrcat remedy was ilisenvrrc-t hy a missionary in Siuth America. Fcn.t a selt-addresseil envelope lo tbe Bl:v. Joto pa T. Insta:;, Station IK yew York City. A rich Norwegian lawyer left all bis moncv lo be used in bin teg bicycles for Ihe Christiana school children. CVitaiiily the IVst. Papilton (Clarke's txltact of flax) Cat arrh Cure, from an experiment, has gtown to he Ihe ai know ledged superior of any remedy tor similar purposes. Purely vegetaolc and scientifically pres psicd, it is absolutely harmless, and effects cures where all other known re medies and Ihe most len rued medical tal ent fail. That it. is a favorite wilh all classes is evidenced by the fact that dur ing the past two years, Uti.msi gallons have been sold. Positively cures catarrh hay fever, colds, etc., etc. Lar;e bottles only fl. For sale by H. II. DcSanto. FRENCH'S MOT Kb, Citt IIaix Pijitaue, : New Yokk. Opposite City Mull and Ue Potofl!ce. Tlif Hotel irnn of thermit ronnlle it it n an- point men tc and 10 mi t tire of ant iiot't-a in .New l'ork city, Hiid in coodueh-d on the EUROPEAN FLA If . Room only On Hollar P1 dvy. Tlalf min tcWHtkfrorn Hroolvn bridire kM RlevatM.. if ft. AH linen t the door. Vent -nvetilem hotel in New York for merch.it t o nUiy at. Din inc roomt. cafet and lunch, counter renin c with All the Irtxnrien at moderate price vi-27-Avtt 4 Tiiri' without Medicine. Patented OH. W. 197ti On box wilt cure el dio t obstinate etwe In four day or lea. ALLAN'S Mori teat DAtintro Morllcated DUUQItOi No naneaonp donen of rttltcii. coimiba or nil nf sandalwood ttit are certain lo produce dvspepfiR by destroying the roHtint of the p torn ach. Frire 91. ski. pom ny aiMimjrjrinttior maiitid on receipt vt privv. rui miiiier mnteiian1 pVUQ tor circular; r ntix ia J C ALLAN CO, 1 :i .frm itrtijt New Vorli nvUvr A25-CeritBookforl2-cts. EUREKA RECITATIONS. ByMn. Aftna RanpaiX lEpm., tbe celebrated teacher and elotfiiicrnli't, Fiva nitmhe iILROAimME TABLE. HH A0, HOIK ISLAM' PACIFIC Trains Leave for Chicago. P Baengex 7:40 am " 8:10 a m M ...10:16 am LaSalle Passenger 5:46 pm Passenger 10:2Spra U:00pm Arrive Jrom Chicago. far-finger , 5:0ain 6:45 a m Labile Paseenker 8. Warn Paesenger 4:46 pm 6:21pm 7:04pm Kansas City, leve. Arrive. Pay Kxpretif and Mail r.:!yim SrHSam Ntyht Epres and Mail 6:35 pm 10:)pm Minnesota. Imv EspHfe a ni Rspre"!- Fat 7:"5pm Niyhi Uii-nsr. ti ;Wpm 10:56 am CO'ndl Bhf. !nv K x prepp and Mall 5:5 a m 11 :00p m AtUntic Pati"en:er 8:55 am 5:40 pm Nlffht ExprefH fl :35 pm 7:85 am nvton via Motcafine. TheFireFW ... S:30pm 12:01 n Mepot, MoHne Avenof . f. F. OMiK. Apent, Rork Island. I'HICAKO, CKMNT05 0CINCT. LBAVi. ARRITS t IV'tiio Ksvecu 0:55 a. M. fl:45A. Berlin'! Pn-pni."T A. n. 7:05 v. ft t' tltnv Arrn'HHHlittten.ll O-i a. t P. '1. I ..,.; F-ikJ F ... . '3o v. 7-H5P M n. nvt-t S K-tn fit v Kit.. 4:15p.. U-OHa. U. P. l UaTER, Auent. l!HICAi.in M1MVACKKK & HT. VXVU ROCK ILAKD TRA1NB. Lenviti , fl:15 a m Arrive" 8:80 p ra " 1 1 :i. pin ... . 6'Mipi wt. A Act OTti. 1:00,. m am Ft. A Aceem it :'ji n m t :10 p rn 1'iV't: ne.t' h'n6:45a m 9:115 pm K. if. if, HOLMES, AKent. nH h ISHM, X. FKUHIA KAILWAT. IVf ot Twentieth utreet, ItsnoUTKHT HOCTB TO THE KAsT AND WBfT) wave, abrttb. '.-I Ftpr.-B M : 5 A.M. 0 05 p. m. Miit umI Fit ,,'2oP., 1:95 P. c. i-imoiis'ioit, TJTip. . :00.m, f - FmvjIiI fl.Ot'A. . 3 ISr.M. C. RtK BUANCH. .aaiva. S :no T. Villi decern rpedstion.. Q:in A. u. 4:i P. m. F. H. ftocRH-XLL, Agent. fPcKU&lIM KAILWAY. SH'iRTK'-T RorTB TO TDK EAST AND SOUTH Train leave Koch Inland l "". m. Way Freidit. t.' l Fat Kxprcei-. 1 I'1 p. in. Miil and Kxpri-sii ;.NM Through Freight and Accotnmodaiton Tratrm arrive at Rock Inland: ii a. ir. Thrint:!i Fretuht and Accommodation 2.4r p. in. Mail nd Expr( n. ..HI ' Fnt Kxprtf. I i"0 " Way Freight. The Fakt KvrREtf, leaving Km k Inland at W.JW m. ariv. t Peoria V2 a p.m. at SpringfleW I -:5;'. m.. at Iviratnr l.OOp. m.. Jack won -ille T.ffl -tn.. Alt.inT.'J" p.m.. St Tnt-iit. H 1 p. m.. and ryrrr Haote 11 .55 p. m., The Same Dt. Makine hi- the Hht and Ji'irKTj'j( to all point The ' n. i". trmn makes clitte connection ai .-Jatva withn. P tj. for p-iit-t weet ; arriving at r-.iHthnrr st 4.'ri p. m. at ISnrtitiston 8 4t! p. m.. at Ki-eknk 10.25 p, m.. antl at (Jnincy 11.06 p. m. Arrmni! ai reiria aT 8,si) p. m.. making cloe MtttMTt ion with the I. R. A W. nn1 T. P. W. 'rr IrnliaPr'iKtltr'. (nnect'og there with all fat Tain-- for tin- capl nn1 ?onth ? T FAST TIMK SI'MK t'ONNEiTIOKP. &r.t ad low an hy any other route. Oen'liipt. -,en1 Tkt. Agt. The fi 50 p. m. Acconinio.1arion leaver every day -rpt "nndav. ififiniijrF'i unLWAuntt 1 "ffn' "d oi erHtrei neariv 5,500 mile of thor cn-'bly eqiiippr! A in rilinol. WUconsm, oa, Mirsoan, .Minuet at a anil Dakota. It is the-Best Dirert Koute between all prinoipHl poinis io tbe Nurthwe-t, South w st aod Fur Wtht. For Hup. tim tihK-s. rntet? of parage and frricbr. rtc . appl tolli n-art-t -tatinn aent "f thetliicato. MilwatiKee fc St. Paul Railway or to uny railroad anent anvwhere in ihe World It. MILLER, Oeneral Manair. L F. TUCKER. A't 'ien'l Manasc A. V. H.CAHPKNTKK. Oen. Ps;. Tkt Kg. tEO. n. UEAFFORD. A-n'riJen. Phh. Aet SIiLWAt'KBB, Wisconsin. rr" For notices in reference to Sectitl Bxcnr fionh. chineeb of time, and other iteioe of Interest (n conneetitMi with the t hicairo, Milwaukee A M Panl Railway, pleaw rt-fer to the local column Of fhUiapvr. f he Line selected by tho , V Cov to carry the Fast Ma.. ThoOnlji Thfou,-! tin, w.tk its nvum ttaefc. teiA. CHICAGO, PEORIA or ST. LOUIS AMD detive :? n'hwf Iw of Onntta. Pacrtic J'i-c'-u. . h ,on 4 Ka-a Li'v. It Ti.wrii-i m'i t Ifwt t fj v . 4 et, LIW0I3, IOWA, M1SSU0RI, NEBRASKA, KANSAS, CQLCKaOO With trtch lines to Sit wpmiant c! ! e-tvot. Mir (, ill mn t'!tl' iiwitj wiiicago and Denver, Chicago and Cm.-.'a, Chicago and Council niufls, Chicat-o nrii :?t tosnph, Chicago rpri Pichison, 0!iijat;o and !tinr5 :i Ciiy, Chicago and Topi.-.ha, Chlcapo and St. Louis, Chicago and Dubuque, Chicago and Sioux City, eeoria and Council Bluffs, Peoria and Kansnc City, Peoria and St. Louis, St. Louis and Omaha, St. Louis and St. Paul, St. Louis and Rock Island, St. Louis and Chicago, Kansas City and Denver. Kansas City and St. Paul, Kansas City and Omaha, Kansas City and tjr!lngton. Direct Cofwwctioff md. .t He. of it. junction poinM .'h Throvel) Tr. n. lo and tioin point. loct.d in 5 ...ch... to .icli of it. m..I E.M.m and W..t.ra tarminl M rm!,.c, in Grand Union D.pc. with Through Trn. 4. id from .11 poinl. In Ih. United SlatM and Cnada. It t, ttt Principal Lin. to San Francisco, Portland and City of Heiict fcrTiokatt, Rit, Gentml Information, fc., tagardiwg th Buriintrton Koufo, call on any Ttchot Afni in ttm Umtd States or Canada, of addivM HENRY 8. ST0KF. PEHCEVAl lOWaL At Gan! Manager. Gan'I Pan. Agent, CHICAGO. . fllATHEY CAYLUS' rirt for irrr 5 ynara with (rrrat nn-rHthy tlir) rlivaiclana of Pa, New yrk autl tuua,,. a4 upfru to all other f,.rtli rrompt can of all cawa, i-writ or of lonrj ataading. pnt n oolv In TH K MO L.I The Moline Wagon Comp'y ntOtilNEI, llsDINOM Manufacturers C i ar u, Spring and Freight Wau ' A full and :oniplete line ol fi-AiFntiM and other ISpitiHG Waoonh, especially adapte to the Western Trade, of superior workmanship and linich. SkVIIlu.trated Price List 'rue on application. See the Moline Wagon tiefom nnrchnsia aer. W. E. KNICKERBOCKER, Metaphysician or Mind (Jure, NO. 205 BRADY ST., DAVENPORT. Diseases of all Kinds Successfully Treated. CONSULTATION FREK. PARK i4yiome and Hte n. Diseases of Hordes and Cattle. Charge Reaonah1. Calls aitended to night or day. Office at Zwlcker A Prick's Livery etabte. Telephone No. IUJVK ISLAND. ILL. THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, Opp- Harper Mouse. MSThe 'Tloli"' ha lately bten tran-fdrtned into a Palace equaling In every rexpect the flnet laloonn Chicago and tarpa-tini: anythincin ihe three c-tiea A nnmherof Mecbantcal Fane ket p the eetab'l-htm-nt cool during the not wather The Liquid Refrt fhinente dicpenned at thtt e-tiiltlif;hmeiit ie in keepingwith 11 h grand improvement. An elegant hutch ferved evtry monnni;. All kind f Sannwirhe "erred (tn hoti trtt'-e THE CENTRALJ NO. 1717 SECOND AVENUE, JOHN C LaFRENZ, -' PROPRIETOR. A choice ntock of Beer, wine. Liia rd tid Cliir always on hand. A fair ebare of public pa ge In renperffnllv nlirited. EXCHANGE FT A JL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. SALOON And BLIARD HALL, Btl.tTthc C. R. I & P. Depot. Moline Ave , Rock TRland. Rl. Imported and Domestic Beer and Wine, Fine i.ibuon and Cig-irs ai . my on hand. Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, KnowW Steam Pumpe, Inspirators and Ejectors. WronaM, Cat anil I.pii.i Pip... Pi. Plmn-r an1 Rri. l!oo.t of erery iteacriMiim: Rnhhor Hn ad PackinEof all kind.: Drain Tile and Sowit Pipe. ' Offlrn ami Hliup No. 217 Ei?lilm'nlh St.. ROCK ISLAND, 1LI. At the Davenoort f Rook WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE odi cAHmminu I fS5i?w., rjol.lhrSlatertllI Jf " VV5 f- -M CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R'Y By reason of Its central position, rloae relation to principal line East of Cliicatro ana continuou. lines at Uirmmal points West, Northwest and Southwest is the only true middle-link in that transcontinental system which invites and facil itates travel and traftio in either direction between the Atlantic and Pacific The Rock Island main line and branches include Clucao, Joliet, Ottawa, La 8 alle, Peoria, Qcneaeo, Moline and Eock Island, in Illinois; Davenport, Muec-a-tino, Waahinirton, Fairfield. Ottiunwa, Oskaloosa, West Liberty, Iowa City, Dcs Moines, Indionola. Winterset. Atlantic, Knosville, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Centre and Council Blufla, in Iowa; Oallatin, Trenton. 8t Joseph, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri; Leavenworth and Atchison, in Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and St. Paul, in Minnesota; Watertown ia Dakota, and hundreds of intermediate cities, towns and villatrea, THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE puaranteea Speed, Comfort and Safety to those who travel over it Its roadbed IsthDrouirhly ballasted. Its track is of heavy steel. Its bridstes are solid structures of stone and iron. Its roUins; etock is perfect as human skill can make It. it has all the safety appliances that mechanical renius has Invented and experience proved valuable. Its practical operation is conservative and method ical its discipline strict and exacting. The luxury of its passenger axsoomnioda Uoas is uueoualcd in the West-unsurpassed in the world. ALLEXPfiESS TRAINS between Chicago and the Missouri River consist of So5Vfob.15,i)4YJ30ACI1E8- matmlficent PULLMAN PALACE PARLOR and BLEEPING CARS, elegant DININO CARS providing excellent meals.Tnd CBUJR CABcS0' iMe1' Atchison and Kaoaaa City-restful RKCLININO THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE , is the direct, favoriteline between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul. . this routs solid Fast Express Trains run dsilv to th aiimm.r naort. r.ir.ir. ' -,v,-r -iT - -':'-""', anaiau.ui lows ana Ainnesoxa. in. rich , hat fields and gnuring lands of interior Dakota are reached via Watertown. , .I'KJI1018 rout, "a Seneca and Kankakee, offers superior inducements ; rL. a" etW8,in Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette and Council Bluffs, St. Jojefih, Atchlaon, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minnsapolia, St. Paul and inter mediate points. , (.AiLcl.lu,?e rf,Ptns, specially families, ladles and children, receive from kindly attentto1 Island trains proteotion, respectful courtesy and N HI W A uoN & KILIS Have received their- SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, Wbii'h Lave been plared at very low prices. 1704 Second Avenue. R. J. MOWliY, Veterinary Surgeon, (Of the Ontario Veterinary Collegr- ) Haviny bntl Twrlve yars prHrtitr. I hhi pie prtrcd to Ircut hII Business College, Kkkpinu. I Rapid :,.crLATiN. I OmnuTHriAL Law. , Phonoabapht. ' Ttpc Writiho. r Tki KoHArnv UtlNt'AN HAWKH. I lop'Hii CEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL inivPHAr. that the Over pictoreaqna