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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 18H6.
Abont twenty year I discovered a little pnre on my cheek, ami the doctors pro IKnnced it cancer. 1 hire tried number or phTeictam. hut wtlhont receiving any tc Bent bemflt. Among Ibc number were one or two specialists. The medicine tney applied was like fire to the sore, cansmg mtcnw pain. I taw a statement in the papers telling what S S S had done for others similarly afflicted. I procured some at once. IMure I had nsed the second bottle tlie neighbors could notice that my cancer was healing op. My general health had been twi for two or three years I han a hacking coiifrn aim spit blood contiu oallr I had a severe prnn m my breast. After taking six bottles of S. S. S. my conga lert me and 1 crew slocter than I had been for several veais. My cancer has healed over all but a little hi aliout the size of a half dime, aud it la rapidly disappearing. 1 would advise every one with cancer to give S. IS. S. a fair trial. Ybs. NANCY J. McCONAUGUKT, Ashe Grove, Tippecanoe Co., Ind. Feb. 1G, 1886. Swift's Specific is entirely vegetahle. and seems to cure cancers by forcing out the impu rities from the blood. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. T11K BWlrT SPfiVlKIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, oa. PKUrESSlOJIAL CA.KUS. J. OS.. BEARDSLEY. ATTORNEY AT t,AW OfhVe with J. T Ken worthy. ITU S. condaveniie. anc-1 dwdm WILLIAM JACKSON, "ITOKNKY AT I. AW. Office in Itock Island I National Bank Hiiililing. Hock Island, 11). JOHN S. HOLLAND, ITTOKNKY AND Dl Ns:i LOU AT LAW L over po-toftice, Moline, Illinois. E. W. HUKST, ATTORNEY ANI U NKI.IjOH AT L-AW O-fli-e in Ms-onu' Ti-mjile block, over Rock Ii lnl Ntt'onut I'.'in k, Knt kl tlan(i. III. aep' dwtf l. n. f-WKKNBY. C. L. WAI.KKR SWEENEY & WALKER, ATTOIINSYS ANPfOl'NMit.t.ORS AT LAW ortlre in FVng'MouV block. Hock lslaod. 111. ftm.-l-dwv IIKIiltl lM l. Itl.SkKUOKi:, ATTOKNEY IN PATENT CAl'SKS P:.r-n. bnsinesa of all kind" solicited, fioom 4. Kir-l National Sank Bnilding. P. O Bos t.72. Bonk Island, Illinois. jn-lS-dwlv M. SI. CORBETT, ATTOtVKY AT I. AW. 0be,tr inChtncnry mi H'H"f". Huhlir, AtiHtrarW. l.nn.iri ami tfnllcc tirm. !". e, liiift 1V Rio. k, 2il av.'ii'it-. ovei Bakr .1. w-lry Him- nov-30-dIy risinkss iikk('ti:v. JJAROWAKE. Stewart Monmery. ,S?1 ecoi:J aven-m PUMSMtTll!-. U Wolff, Cha. , 1 li Scvtmtetnth str-'ft. N The Rock Ithvnd Daily Aure : .urtli-li - .-ty nWDe, (Mnrnlay i'rrtt(t) n a vjw uwk, o; ponite PortofBce. Bett .nivcrtisiina mt 'lmm iu H citv. The Rock Inland Wkekly Abuc-; ith-l!-.i every Friday. A tine ,ob dep.irr.in. -m hi rower tion with .the v:ahlihmt;ni. ROCK ISLAND IRONWORKS! - Patent Casl and Wrought Iron Fence! Cheapest Fence in the World for Residence or O nit-tery Lots. Made any Height Desired. Of All kinds of IRON and MAt'HINB work .'one promptly and satisfaction cuaranteed. Write for prices. DOWNING BROS-. Rock Island, III. er-fi-d1 ' FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. E. Loosley & Co., GENERAL Insurance Agents fyLo8f.ee promptly adjantfd and paid at thr agency. (Successoi of Hayes & Cliavelaml ) AttcncyefUbti(hcfl IWS. Office in Benuston's lilurk. O. E. MILES Engrayer on fool EXECUTES CUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates furnished in any nnmliei. Office and Residence rear of Christian Chapel, Brady street, between 4th and 5th, DAVENPORT IA ASK FOR THE W. L. DOUGLAS Hurt material, pTfer.t flt, eqnnlft any ff ftrffishtx: very pair wnrraiiU'-l- Tiiku none uukue stanip'i fihoe.warranifd." on- f reB, Hint on and I.are, f yoa cannot tret tli''t? how from dealers, i-nd adlreM on poatal curd to W. L. Pouglait, Brock ton, Matm. att WHEAT wm Baking Powder. 0LB iEOU AT HEW OBLEAK.) ndoroert byllio loailine Holds in f !t,' I i.ntrt-. 4iirovert by the l.iivrrnineiil Che. n.ilf t.r the Intlinn ('omniiNsion. i aiiti KAi.K i.i:ist ii's Kotm, TstahllshM res. NF!W TdKK. PHOSACID. MTersiiyofTiriiiu. SUMMED I aau coTiioce . ...r... ber. Have pnived of signal i,c.-lst. to studeiiis who design to pursue their studies at this orother privately; and 31, to prac iti.mer. who have not had the advantage of systematic iiiHtriictton for circular apply 1 1. O. ITnivurstly of Va I to John B. Mmos. Prof.Oom. and Stat, U. ' mxlwim A25-CentBookforl2-cts. EUREKA RECITATIONS, Bt Mrs. Aksa Randall Dkphu the eclchrjtud teacher And elocitionint. Five nnm.HTt now ready. Kach one contain? its pairs and hand Borne lithofiraph cover. PrifP only 12 cent eai h. Address J 8. (K41LVIKA CO., publinlicrs, (. O. box i77, si Roue utreet. New York. 21-dJ FREE! CEUiBlE SELF CUBE A ,.lton of nnc of flic nnl ''i-Hil pi i ,, .i. i ti-r 1 1. 1: ' ' f.f ierv..tis Irrbiltly (now reorci!) I..r itit it. ;imt Ueeuy n plain sealed enveloe Frrr. Uruistt can fill 1L flnrsete rf wPD t CO.. .eiaiaj. Ma J WHY IS IT That rheumatism and neuralgia are ac prevalent? This question has not been satisfactorily answered, but it is certain that these diseases arc not only the most painful but among the most common, and some member of nearly every family in the land is the victim of one of these dread tormentors. Ladies seem to lie peculiarly liable to neuralgic attacks, which, in the form of neuralf-ic headache, pain in the Kick, or nervous pains are of constant oc currence. Not until the discovery of Athlo phoros had any remedy been found for cither rheumatism, neuralgia or nervous headache, and they were generally con ceded to be incurable, but Athlophoros has been proved to be not only a certain cure for these diseases, in all tbeir varied forms, but a mje remedy. If, in the use of Athlophoros, the bowels are keptrfWy opfn, its success is certain, and to aid this, Athlophoros Pills are recommended, which, while providing the necessary cathartic, will be found to lie a valuable aid to the action of the medicine. Athlo phoros is no experiment, H has been tested and has proved its wonderful efficacy. The Athlophoros Pills were originally prepared as a remedy for use in connection with Athlophoros, for lhctiuialism and neuralgia and kindred complaints. lTsed in connection with that remedy, they are a certain cure for either of these very com mon and distressing diseases. They have also been found to bean invaluable remedy I. ir any and all diseases arising from vitiated blood or general debility. They are es pecially valuable for nervous debility, blood p oisoning, dyspepsia, distress after eating, hea lache, constipation, loss of appetite, and all stomach or liver troubles. Fur dise.ises of women they are invaluable. These pills are perfectly harmless and mav be salcly used by adults or children. i Testimonials of those who have been cured will he sent free on application. Kvery drngsrist should keep Athlophoros and Aihlopliorus Pills, but where they can not be bought of the druex'ist, the Athlo phoros Co., 112 Wall St.. New York, will send either (carriage laiitl on receipt of resrubir price, which is $1.00 tier buttle lor Athlophoros and 50c. for Pills. m COUGHS, CROUP AND CONSUMPTIONS if SWEET CUM MULLEIN. The nwot't eiiTn, ns (Hithorcl from n tmt of the cmdip iihiim', LTowlnu fil'tm,' itic nrii:tll PtrejinrMn (he SniUiU'rn Mat fM, rontuitis n "Iiiiniliitlnc rxiriir ratit i'rtnrt)ln that l'"fM'rt tin- phlttni protlnr-lne the curly inoniiiiir r-niu'li, rtt stMiiiilHtcq tin i.old ( ihr-V off fho tutfc in'-mtirHiii' l i mmp mid vhif'i-niii-iv.,icti. itnuhiriv'd with the heal- in;: rniicilitL'itiKii.i I'niiri'th' in the mullein plant cf tho ulil Held'-, pn-w-tn- n T '. l i oiCji ( HtRokEr KK.int-Y OF SW'KKT t.l'M AMI MfH-KPt thp HllPSt known rcnt-flv r. r t'oiifcTh, ('nuip, Whotinlne-rfinph uml t'.nfim.pti"ti . pulaiahlc. any tinlrt Is l'l . -"cl t" ink' " dniCL-iM f'r It. ITtce, ie-i.ui)aE-. W ! A T; lr, Atluuta.Oav OF PURE COD LIVER OIL Almost as Palatable as Milk. TH cniT preparation cf f'tD l.fTTR OIL that can ln taken readi ly and tolerated fur a loaa; tiaa ti, delicate stomachs. am as a ttrnt:tT FOR fWsmPTIOT, H'lMIIUBS Atf:iTIIS. AMEHM. (if.y. urn. Pr.iwi.iTv. mrmis am thboat ir. HI HONS, anil all WASTIM1 IIIS1IK1I1RS OK II 1 I II l: I it marvcllops In Its resalla, J'res(Tit"-d and endorsed by tuo best X'lijaiclana is the i.mmtnes of tbe world. for Sale by all Druggists. BOLD KEDiL, PAB1B, lcTflt. BAKER'S Warranted abnnlutely pure Cocoa, from which theesccMof Oil ha been removed. It has tAree time the ttrength of Cocon mixed with Btarch, Arrowroot or mjar, and in therefore far more economi cal, costing It mm than one cent a cnp. H in dvlioiuus, nourinhinfT, fltrcninht'iiinp, etisily diBUti. ana admirably adapted for invalids a well as for persons in hvaUh. Sold bjr Uroer erery where. W. BAKER & CO., DorcicstuT, Mass. Men Think they know all about Mustang Lin iment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. m WOMAN AND EOME. MISTAKES OF MAKING CHILDREN SLAVES TO THEIR CLOTHES. Hints to Toang LadiM Who Rnstlrnto. Helen Hunt Jacknon lore and Irlenl iilng rvocewi Marrjlnt Toor Man. rarngraalia and Itema. One of the most freauent minor mistakes of parents Is the making of children slaves to their clothes. I know whole families of children who have never really breathed s free breath, so many cautions have they re ceive! about soiling or tearing their clot lies, ami in such fear have they stood of tbe con sequences of such petty disasters. It is wicked and cruel to dms children in such a manner that their freedom is restricted by thoughts of their clothing and all the frolic some pleasures of eliildliood practically for bidden to them. There are few things which mako one more unhappy than to see a num ber of little girls standing around on a sunny lawn of a summer morning all dressed in im maculate llnery, and with dainty shoes upon their feet, to whose existence one solitary childish romp would prove fatal. I have seen them many a time standing around in this manner, not daring to do a single natural or childish thing for fear of their clot hes being soiled and they being re proached tlirefor. It is pitiable and exas perating. The folly of such mothers is only equaled by their cruelty, for it is both foolish and cruel thus to repress young children.. How can such children have health the di ihvine birthright of all children? How nn they develop anv of their natural powers! How can they lay the foundationsof any edu ction which is worth the name unless they are allowed a chance to make tbeir own f ree iliMTvation of the phenomena of the natural world? A fierfeet unconsciousness of their clothing is one of the natural rights of chil dren. They shouM be so dressed that they shall not feel their clothing as restricting any natural action, and in such material as can lie easily cleaned made so simple that tha number of pieces which goes to the laundry is of no importance. Thus only can they be really happy and free, and caabloof de veloping their bodies and niinds in a natural pvimier. Strong, heavy sh"es, free from the t 'iirlj heels which make cripples of so many of our little girls, re indispensable. A t;iii I-a., as much riirht to these things as a Ivy. And she has tied .same riht to run and romp, to race through the dewy grass, and to climb the highest tree if she lie so minded. If she could lie saved from her clot lies, ubernti'd from her shoes, emanci-lat.-d from lier complexion, and allowed to lead a natural, simple life till she is: obliged to assume the proprieties of young latlvhtuvl, then! would !. more healthy and hearty mid happy woiiil'u in this laud, more happy li'iuics, and fewer little gravis on the hill side. The slavery of dns will liegin soon "linu;;h for all girls; let them at least be free Trimi its tyranny in childhood. They nivd not lie tastclivslv or unattractively attired even to do this. Simplicity in dress is always charming in the young, and for children it is il nl propriety. And with simple attire give them plenty of freedom to enjoy it. lin't lay too many restrictions ujion them. 1-et them enjoy lilc in their own way. Pont try to cramp them all into one mold. Let each one d -veil ip along the line of his own individuality. Tims only can there lie any originality in this commonplace, world. Chicago Tribune. Helen Hunt Jackson's Sensitlvenesa. Tin one loed lieauty more than she; no one could depreciate the body more when it tiegan to lose its freshness. For strong youna men in their prime, for blooming girls and mature womanhood, she had an admira tion as frank and almost as unqualified as a Greek's. But her very adoration of physicnl loveliness mado her peculiarly sensitive to inijierfection and the dismal aivompanimenta of sickness. In her own case, when accident brought infirmity upon her, it was received at first with a shudder of disgnst, a kind of quick impulsive scorn, of which, perhaps, onlv noble natures are capable. She spoke of her illness as "a career of disgrace. " It wal not, probably, for the hiss of creature com forts, nor even the long train of afflictions which it entailed; these she could endnre; they proved, in fact, a field for the exercise of a fortitude which was little short of heroic, Henlth meant lilierty, its loss an endless series of restrictions affeetina; her activity and the free play of her intelligence. She resented them as something outside of her self, which deserved only contempt and chastising. Her sonl, she thought, could lift itself aliove them was atiove them. Thronghout her sufTcrings, sho kept her snnniness of spirit, her serenity- and elas ticity. And she continued to work. This, in hed. was an integral part of her creed. To idlers and dilettanti she had always turned a coM shoulder; they had no place in her scheme of things. If her antipathy assumed at times a humorous form, it was none the fiiss real and deep seated. It would have gratified the most rigid economist to have heard her set forth this thesis of life as a period of active production. She rejoiced to call herself, and be called, a working woman; tuere was no better title under heaven to her sense, and her life was a long enforcement of the belief, a fruitful illustration of how it could be practiced with dignity and success. Princet! Review. The IHMJInaloa of Matrimony. As love is always an idealizing process and it is the charming craft of the girl to aid and abet the illusion of the devoted lover by a thousand exquisite art that he never sus pect the chnnces are that in nine cases out of ten the first six months of married life are months of disillusion. The sense of possession, which plays so im portant a role in the consumption of love, has a finality with her that be cannot understand. This is the end of her drama. But he doesn't want it to end. It was tbe delicious little actress that he admired without knowing it, and now she insiste upon turning off the- gas and washing off her paint and prosaically in forming him that tbe curtain is down. Alas! bow many women have awakened from their long dream of a hero, and in the silence and desolation of their chamber have poured bitter tows out to their mirrors, be cause chivalry and poetry and sentiment have resolved themselves into common mas culinity with a large appetite and a dispo sition to get weary of tenderness now that there is no bar to it. V here is the man or woman who can touch thes intricate and absorbing themes outside of i'ct ion with the deft fingers of truth and sentiment. Nym Crinkle in New York World ' Ynnng Ladlea In the Country. "It is well enough to go into the country and piny tennis and croquet, go on fishing cxctir.ions nnd picnics, and sit in the hot sun hull' of the day. but what shall one do with their complexion V lamented a fashionable yonn:; lady the other day. 8oii.e one suggested that it was fashionable to r.-tum borne as brown as an Indian. "But I do not get brown," she exclaimed. "I turn a horrid red, and then my skin begins tr omeoff. and my fat Rt't rougu and duue not lock st all pretty." Catarrh la a wry prevalent and exceedingly diss aiceable disease, liable, if neglected, to develop into serious consumption. Be ing a constitutional disease, it requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's Bursa parilla, which, acting through tbe blood, reaches every part of the system, effect ing a radical and permanent cure of ca tarrh in even its most severe forms. Made only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Mary Anderson advises young women not to have anything to do with amateur theatricals, as they arc "a tremendous strain on tbe nerves and do not pay one who has a high ideal of dramatic art." Tonic. Alterstiv and Cathartie Simmons Liver llegulatorcurcs malaria, biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, con stipation and piles. It is most effective in starting the secretions of tbe liver, causing the bile to act as a purge. When there is an excess of bile in the stomach, the Regulator is an active purge; after the removal . of the bile It will regulate the bowels and impart vigor and health to tbe wbolc irsum, COOLDH T HEAR IT THUNDER An interesting letter from Mr. John W Weeks, superintendent of DeKalb Pm per home: From a feeling of gratitude and a Uus sire to benefit others, I voluntarily make this statement. 1 have great reason to be thankful that I ever heard of 15. IS. B., as I know what blessing it has been to me. I have suffered with Bronchial catarrh for a number of years. (Six months ago I was taken with severe pain in my right ear which in a few days began to discharge matter, with terrible and almost unbear able palpitation and all sorts of noises in my bead- In ten days after the cum niencement of discharge and pain in my ear 1 began to grow deal ana in six weeks I was so deaf that I could not heat thunder. I was then compelled to use conversa tion tube, and it was often that I could not hear with the tube. I then commen ced taking B. B. B. and the running in my ear ceased running in five weeks, and can now hear without the tbe tube. My general health has improved, palpitation ceased, and feel like a now Wine;, anl appreciate the benefit I have received from B. B. B. (made in Atlanta, Ga.) with gratitude to God and thankfulness to the proprietors for such a medicine. I cheer fully recommend it to all who arc afflict ed with deafness and catarrh, lry it persevere in its use and you will be con vinced ftf its value . John W. Weekes. Superentcndant DeKalb Pauper home, Decatur, Ga.. May 1, to"t. BRIGHT S DISEASE. I hive been a sufferer from Kidney and Bladder troubles for several years. have lately had what is termed Bright's Disease, and have had considerable swi ll ing of my legs and shortness of breath The urea has poisoned my blood also. I secured and am using (B. B. B ) Botanic Blood Balm, and finds it acts powerfully and very quickly, and I am ilelmhhd with its effects. I had previously used a large quantity of various advertised remedies, and several eminent physicians also waited on me, but B B. B. stands at tbe top. John H. Maktin Itock Creek' Ala., May 4 18f6. All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Plood Poisons, Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings. Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, Kidney Complaint. Catarrh, etc.. can secure by mail. free, a copy of our 32 page Illustrated Hook ol Wonders, tilled wilh the most wondciful aud startling proof ever licforc known. Address, Blood Halm Co.. Atlanta, Ga. For sale by T. H. Thomas. Miss Kate Slcely of West Point. Ltd.. set the town talking the other day by publicly thrashing Postmaster Kiser This done she went before a justice, pleaded guilty to an assault, was lined 5 ami paid it "like a man " The trouble grew out of a case in which she was a witness against Kiser. ADVICE TU BOTHERS. Arc you disturbed at night and luoken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so, send at once anil get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for childrcn 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 eliies dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom ach and bowels, cures wind colic, soft ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and gives tone an d energy to the whole sys tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of one ot the oldest and best female nurses and pby sicians in the United States, and is foi sale by all druggists throughout tbe world. Price 25 cents per bottle. fcb-2S-m-w-s m l y Recently a New York girl of 15, who had taken lessons in ' First Aid to the Injured," waa in Fallsburgb, N. Y.. when a boy was thrown from a wagon and his leg broken. She at once put her knowl edge into use. sei the leg, and he is recov ering fast. A Beauufol Freaent. The Virginia Salt Co., of New Haven, Conn., to introduce Virginia salt into every family are making this grand offer: A crazy patchwork block, enameled in twelve beaulilul colors, nnd containing tbe latest fancy stitcbes, on a large lith ographed card having a beautiful gold mounted ideal , portrait in the center, given away wilh every 10 cent package of Virginia- salt. Virginia salt has no 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. It is said that the only way an express car on the Pacific roads can lie robbed is by collusion with the messenger. The cars are lined with boiler iron and pro vided wilh a shotgun and two revolvers, and Ihe doors are so Becurcd that they cannot be opened from, without in an hour's time. Insanity is on the increase. Statistics show this. Many cases are brought on by overwork, anxiety, excitement, men lal trouble and nervous prostration; it is also inherited. Invariably sleeplessness and constipation manifest themselves be fore one becomes insane. Constipation induces dyspepsia, jaundice, bad breath, piles, pimples, low spirits, headache, elc. Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic relieves constipation, thereby curing these dis eases. Price, 50 cents, of druggists. Tbe chestnut cong was rung so contin ually in tbe public schools of Portland, Oregon, that it became an unbearable nuisance, and now any pupil who carries one to school is permanently exix llcd if the teachers discover it. AH EKI TO BONK 8t KHrlJiti. Edward Shepherd, of Harrishurg, III., siys: "Havine received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel jt my duty fo ld suffering humanity know il. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doctors told me I would have to bave the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used, instead, three botlleB of Electric. Bitters and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now sound and well." Electric Bitters are sold at fifty tents a bottle, and Bncklen's Arnica Salve at 25c. per box by Hartz & Babnsen. . . . At an Omaha baby show 4 mother of scaut sense refused to have anything to do with ber baby because it bad failed to take the prize. An astonished father hurried to tbe rescue. rlHSr'OKU'ls ACID PHUSPIIATC In Dior8ttve D18OBUICK8. Dr. E. V. Wright, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. says: '1 have used it for years, and my exierience has proved beyond question, that the peculiar combination of prospbates renders it most valuable in tbe treatment of digestive disorders.,' A woman in a Philadelphia dime mu seum floats for twelve consecutive hours io a tank of water. Gout in most cases : first makes itself known by an acute pain in tbe joint of tbe great toe. This most excruciating pain may be likened to that produced by the driving of a wedge under the nail. When thus affected ro well with Salva tiou oil, the greatest psfn-curc on earth. Prlof 19 cciitl. , THIHiRrHTtNT BIXCOTEIT. Of the ninteenth century, can truly be said of Fapillon (extract of flax) Bkin Care. Thousands testify to its wonder ful curative powers in seemingly hopeless cases of Eczema, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas and every kind of skin disease. Mr. O. I'. Algier, of Harttord, Ohio, tried every thing he heard of or saw recommended, and suffered rive years with Eczema until he found Papillion Skin Cure, which cured him. Large bottles only $1.00, at drug stores. Sold by H. II. DeSanto. Four generations live in the house of J. U. Turcottc. of Lowell, Mass. his daugh ter, aged six; her mother, aged thirty, his mother, aged fifty-three, and her mother, aged eighty-one years. 'Work, Work, Work!" How many women there are working to-day in various branches of industry to say nothiog of the thousands of patient houseivives whose lives are an unceasing round of toil who are martyrs to those complaints to which the weaker sex is liable. Their tasks arc rendered doubly hard and irksome and their lives shorten cd, yet hard, necessity compels them to keep on. To such Dr. Pierce's "Favors ite Prescription" offers a sure means of relief. For all female weaknesses it "is a certain cure. All druggists A deer, described as a beautiful speoi -men of bis kind, joined a herd of cows that were being driven home by a Mrs. Moore, of Ashland, N. H., and permitted her to secure him after he had walked into the barn. Nervoas Detnlitated Men. Vou ure allowed a free trial of thirt., ( of the use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic Belt with Electric Suspensory Appliances, for the speedy relief and per manent cure of Nervous Debility, loss of Vitality nud Manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also, for many other diseases. Complete restoration to health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. No risk is incurred Illustrated pamphlet, with full informa tion, terms, etc., mailed free liy addres iug Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich. dcod & w. Divers are examining the bottom of Lake Quinsigainond for relics of tbe un dent owners of the soil whose camping ground was on the shores. The divers are employed by the Worcester Natural Historical Society, To all wb" .-u c suffering from tho errors nn1 In.li: cri-Ucnacr mui1i, nervous weakness, e.irly ileeay, lassef ni.-iulioo.l. fce., I will send a lis-ljie thai will euro you.FKEE OF CHAliGE. This great rcmclywas illsccvore-1 ty a missionary In Souih Americi. Send ." scir-aMressoil envelop tolhe l;i.v. Jd.sr:r;l T. Inman. Stati.m Ti. Xcw Yvrk CVv. BDCKLEN 5 AKNlCA SALVE. The greatest medical wonderof the world Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, can cers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chap pod hands, and all skin eruptions, guaran teed to cure in every instance, or money refunded. 25 cents per box For sale by Hartz Hahnsen A rich Norwegian lawyer left all his money to be used in buyirg bicycles for the Christiana school children. All authorities as;rt e that the milk of a healthy mother is ihc best food for an in fant. Next to this, and containing all rhe elements for perfect nutrition, is Mcllin's Food, which, after a long test, is highly endorsed by prominent medical men. The report that Queen Victoria would visit Ireland is officially denied. "Woman and Her Diseases" is the title of an interesting illustrated treatise (1 CO pages) sent, post-paid, for 10 cents in stamps. Address World's Disnensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. VVWEffv mm MOST PERFECT MADE rrrrfwl with strict rirnrti to iirity,Rtnnirt1i and lirJU.htttlrt.'s.-. !r. Prifc's Ttukin? powder t-oruamn no Amim.n,ft.i.tnnJlii. orl'hospftrUpn. Ir. Ince'a Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, ttc flavor deliciously. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO, Chicago art St UkM WILSON WASHBOARDS. Tlienc 'W.'istibonrtls are made witli :i lUnl-tVmMlem. TheSrroDg-e-l, ucardHand bet t wa-.tiCTS iutlia wei M. For sale by all dealers. Tol-- po other. MM.1V4W WF'G - cur. (instunw, Michigan. lT-Jwly PENNYROYAL WAFERS. 4 it'i iiitiont'i b 1 if! v nm mn iruo nas Him a mm lonprxpencucem I realms frmaJe liisrawa Has Ktm vrwntxMl in hundrwls of CM"i He an unfaiUnp monthly it iin-dr. Pleasant, safe, effert u;il. Ladies ask vrmr druggist forrnnrroyalWfifers, take no substitute. Sealfd rtm-tirnlnrc SJ Finn's. Price. 9 1 it box. AMrti Jv'kcu CiumicALCo., Ill) HuwarU 6L SM in Kock Ji ium l-y Marshall & Kl-hc r. Har- WAITED !Tfffl;r vt hTalinifl CI VE5 PER FECT SATISFACTION. Also fur our Htot'kinir Support -?tk. IWmim Kimfi, iVihp Hhifldn, Rwfpty Bolt, lnt' mtttwr jtimmIh, ft". Mew d Tirfnnd Tvadrwilen. Wi'tmre ntimiHT of liulins ow clear iopflOO month. Addnws C. L. ERWIN & CO., t La Nolle Ml, Cklra.. oct-5 -dwlm WEAK MBNiraSSKSS M-y tut" iii-w in r. i i-i. . 0.1,1 c tirctrir fiei ujrywBriorfi Kf.riiiiii'Jrt. maiU'i r ntftneitrlvrtintf mi tlnfiHiiil1iai JvitW pi"ihUt4f ttfamp 1 he Sanded Electric Co. 109 US a He t., Chicago. WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two-ntorv brick hnHnfoe honne, front two main strict. Crowing County Seat. Kan SB8 S OOO lpiltiini nillat-'ll hardware nud im'tlt'tiH'iit butiDe'Q. Part c&b. part ln(r Mm1. KnwVlithert eight, vi'uri. Annual tales MXTY THOUSAND. Bcqairk. KANSAS HARDWARE, . Box 554 ST. JOSEPH. MO. MAKE MONEY Fortunes are yearly made by weceeeful opera torn io stocks, grain and o'l. Thte invcBtni mi frdiiienily pay from $500 to $ i.Utft or more on each f 1U0 inverted. Kefiable correspond en tn waiUeri. Addtvgp for ciirtt.ua, WILLIAM K U1CHAKD8, Banker and Pfekei ns-3-dw ft. 40 it Brcadwa, fir Tork, DRPRICES I SPECIAL I SATURN, nun I I FLAVORS hi . 1 ' Ost V? Mtunmv 2T UfBUfTf L nV. -sUlTB t'"" fiB''(Mrp.Cl'IlJfttr I KBgP i'MHVilVtU'yttiN FJ.H, giv-InRf.in- fl3-'' nmt'iu-t. mini, wrutliuK rurrent of klrX-inC- -yL' ttjr1uri;!l- ttlft'Cli ail Ht-tth tta,mrlot int'rrtn'J' Y" it ttViilih fl Vi-riiNimit'h. Klortric t rrtit """A? ' 11 inmtiiy f"r,iii .V1 re rath. tin,Btvprtlni'i'tli' lrmi' i; nil t ih. r In II WetHrcsi t RAILROAD TIME TABLE. CHICAGO, KOCH ISLAi & PACIFIC Train Leant for Chicago. P escnger . ' 7:40 am . " 6:10am 10:15 am LaSalle Passenger 5:45ni Passenger 10:Ap m " U:UUpm Arrive from Chicago. Pttppenser , 5 :40 am " 5:45 a m Lasalle PaeBtnker B:Wam Paeeenger 4:4Hpm 6:28 pm " 7:M p m Jianta City. Lv-ave, Arrive- Dav Express and Mai!, , ft :5 a m fi :S a m Night xprer sud Mail 0:35 p m 10:40 pro Minntsota. Pny Express t 5:?5am KxprtfKat 7:05 pm SightKxpress :32pm 10:55am Council Blitjfs. Day Express and Midi 5:?5am 11:00pm Atlantic Pafeengy rni 5:40pm Night Exprean h :35 pm 7::i6am Wiiton via ti$itiite. TheFireFW 2,;M'in 12:01 m DejKrt, Molinc Avenue. J. F. OHJIi, Agent. Hork klaud. CHICAGO, BlKMNiH ON A QllHT. T.FAVB. 1RRITI. St.Loiiin Bxpw :r,rA.ii. n.ihA.m- Sterling Pafiwntrrr 7:: a. m. 7:15 r. SlerliiiK Acrtmitn.Mliitiim.ll .OU a. 3:'10 P. Ht. Kaot Kx HrWip.M. M. Denver A Kan. City Ex.... 4:15 P. n. l:W a.m. 11. V. 4't'STKK, Acnt. CHICAGO, MILWAVKKK & ST. PAIL. ROTK lr"t,ATI TRAIN!. lsvea . 8:15 a m Arrive 8 SO p m " 11 :15 pm Ft. ft. Accom. S:0t p tn Ft. 4 Ac com 9:J0am vrlv'gDntch'n6:45a m ' 0 :96a in 9:Mm O:10pm t:ii5pm K. 1). . nolMES, A'ent. UOCK IM.AMI& PKORIA KAIMVAY, Depot Twentieth street. (CHOHTRST fc'H'TB TOTHB AT AKI WBhT) LEAVE. ARRIVE, Fact Kxpn'-a 8:15 a. n. :05 P. Mall and Kx :r, p. . ;5 p. . Accommotiatiun, 7.15 p. . 4:00 a. Way Freight ti.0U. w. 3:45 P. M. CABLE BBAMrn. LKAY K ARHIVB. Mail a. m. 1:00 r. m. Atxomniotlation 4:tH! p. at. S.Oiia. m. F. 11. li'H'RF.i.L. Acent. KAILWAY. HH'UlTKfT BorTK Tii EAST AND SOUTH Train" leave lin I Inl-iinl t.i'n a. m Way Fn-ichi. . " Fast Expn-n. 1.40 p. m. Mill and Kxprv" fl.W Through Freight and Acc-jmnjudaiioii Traina arrive at liock ldsud: i.:l a. m. Thronih Freight and Ac ommudiition 2.46 p. ra. Mail aud kxpreft. 5.10 " Fast Kxpreff. 4 ( Way Freight. The Fast Kxrusss, leaini: K.tetv It-iand at S.JW m. arrives at Peoria 1J.J0 p.m.. ai Spriniield t.tf'p. m.. ai Oecatur 4.mtp. ro. .larkwinville 7.j0 p. ro., Alton 7.1 p.m.. st Iahii.- f.15 p. m., and Terre Haote 11.55 p. m.. Tbk ame Hat. Makinc tht the Best and yuicKE-'T mute to al! pointc -ontheast. The l.$l p.m. train makes tVe conrieetion at 4aiva with O. B A Q. for pitit wect ; arriving at Qaleshiinr at 4. -'5 p. m.. at ltiirliiiatn tj.10 p. in.. at R nk nk lo.ifi p. m.. :ind at inin y ltt.o:. p. m. Arriving at Peoris at ti.HJ p. id., nvikini: che rsmertioTiswith the I. B V and T. P. A V. for Indianapolis, ronnectiiiij there with all fast ruin for ihe eat anil oiuh. tTFAST TIM K SVHB fiN N ElTlONS, ann hlec as low as hy any oitur riutf. K. K. CABLK. K. sroi KlltH SK, Gen'ISni't. ien'l Tu. Act. The 6 50p. m. AccomiiioI;itton leaves every day except snndav. (MllWAUKEEj Own- and operates nearly 6t500 mile of thor rnchly eqnipiwd road in Illinois. Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota anil Dakota. It is the Beet Direct Koute botwet-n all principal points in the NortUwtM, South west and Far West. For mips, time tMlU-t, rates of palace and freight, etc.. apply to the nearest station auent of the Chicaco. Milwaukee fc m. Paul Railway or to any railroad ajient anywhere in the World. R. MILLER. A. V. H. CARPENTER, General Manager, Gen. Pass. & Tkt Ap. J. F. TUCKER, GEO. II. llKAFFtMtD, Ass't Qen'l Manager. Ass't Gen. Pass. Agi. Milwacrks. Wisconsin. HT"For notices in rcferenee to Special Excur sions, chances of time, and other items f interest in connection with the Chicago, Milwaukee A Ht. Pan! Railway, please reftr to tlie Jcal coiumns ol this oaper. The Line selected by tho U.3 Cov to carry tne Fast wai The Only Through Lin. wib u vwn :. btcn CHICAGO, PEORIA or St. LOUIS AND DENVER Lithaf by wsy ct Cmitu, rcf: J-mtn uhtion o) Kmut City It lipive ! u l-.e ft o i atra, ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, KANSAS, COLORADO W'th b'.nch Im.i to .it import.nt att ..d t:.fti : iwrv ,l.y in 1r y..if 1mm jr.e to ?1t-antlr quippJ ihrougn tiain. ov.t its own ti.i.ks iw.wcen Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omaha, Chicago and Council Bluffs, ChioaL-o and St. Joseph, Chicago and Atchison, Chicago and Kansas Cfty, Chicago and Toprka, Chicago nnd St. l.-.iuis, Chicago and Dubuque, Chicago and Sioux City, Peoria and Council Bluffs. Peoria and Kansas 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 fe jrllngton. Oitcct Connctin f-n,4. .t wch H it. Junction pom, with Through fiami to and livnt point, kx.at.tl on it, Ot'mch... At -wch o ita Mvctal Ea'.t.m and W.itcm l.tmlnl (I c.inn.cta in brand Union 0oot. -with Through Tia.n. to and ttom alt point! in In. U'ut.d Stats, and Canada. It i. tha Ptincipal Lmt to San Francisco, Portland and City of Mexico For T-ckats, Rata, Gf.etl Infotrnttton, etc wgardm th BMflf.gtofi Rout, cH on any Tickt AMt n tha Unitvd States or Cancda. 0 addrttu , MtiNRY B. STONE. PDtCEVAl LOVaU Asat Gon'l MaMfr, Gon'l Pan. Ag9.it, CHICAGO. MATHEY CAYLUS' Feed fororpT 35 yearn trtlh crpataurt-wttlir tha pbrsiclaiia of Pa rip. Now Vol and l.uil.u, aud aupnrinr to all otbnn fur tb promt euro of .11 caje,rwDt or of long BUmling. J'ut iii oulv in Oiamltottkracnntalningri.Capatilr'ncai'h. l'RIt'K Ji CKNTM, MAKlfift 'JHKM THE fUEai'l'JiX CAPSULES IK THE MAKktT. IVeparcd by ) ran,: CAPSULES Etotj. b,f, The Moline "Wagon Comp'j MOCI1NTK. UatilNOIfi Manufacturers o' Far n, SpriuR and Freight Waguiis. A full auti coIii(lt;tt' liuc ol i'latfuhh niiti otlicr SnuKO Wauumk, tsijiialljf sdapto Id tlie Wt'KU-in Truile, ttf puptritir nrkmtis!'.ip anl finish. lUu!itratcd Price Li5t 'rre on 'i!icalitto. St't- the Molitie Wflim tnfort' ptirrhlri aer. W. E. KNICKERBOCKER, Metaphysician or Mind Cure, KO. 205 U1UDY ST., llAVENPOUT. Diseases of all Kinds Successfully Treated. CONSULTATION FREE. PAKK .,B'-'oinc ;lint r!re Diseases ofHoives and Cattle. Charge. KearatnaMe. Calls a'.leclt J tonit ht or day. t'llh e a! Zn it ki-ri Krirk s Lirery nablc. Telephone N.t. 1l!i:. UOCK ISLAM). ILL. THE "TIVOLT," INI. MAGRUM, Tropuctor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. fTb1 'Tvili" lia lately btn traiir-ftinnftl into a t'Iafc iqnalini: iu every rcfpwt thf flnei" Siihrontin Chicai;o ant) r-nr(iiirtitc any t limit n th' ihrefritH'r?. A n'lml'or ( Mi-' hntcal Fana keep th-t'st.ilili-limt iii roof ilurim: tin- nut w athrr. Tit l.i'jiiiil K'-f ri't-hiiitnii Uli-ifnwl at t tiir c-.uhli:-li.m'iil ic in kfejunwitli tit trraii'l improvi mtm. An clf:;iiu luiu h (-crviil fvrry fUDnilnL'. All Limit 4 Xiwdwh hi 5iTHE CENTRAL. NO. 171 7 SECOND A VEIN UE, JOHN C. LaFRENZ, - PROPRIETOR. A rhotn T.u-.k nf B.-or, wine, Liiitioriii'l Tiar. alw.iyt on Itno'l. A fur Fhiire of Public pa Cr ip rt'ipt i-tfiiltv .oliritt'.V EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE, SALOON And BilliaRD HALL, Below the C. It. I. A; P. Depot, Sluliiif Ave, liock I.sland, 111. Imported and Domcntic Beer and Wine, Fine Lilitior? and Cigr? al iyt in hand. Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowles' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors, WrrHurnt, Caet sn-l T ad Pi!'. ViK Pittinz and fi& O-hhIs of trxcry dtfehption: Itubber Ho and Packing of all kind?; Drain Tile and Sewer Pipe. Office and Shop No. 217 Eihkcutli St.. HOCK ISLAND, ILL. At the Davenoort f Ho-lK J KaTIII .AI.'TLATH'N, I'OMNEMIAI. LW. , f'lltl fiitJll HA I'H Y, ' TVPK WUITINU, 1 T KLKtiKArHT. mM&M WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE SEE BV EXAMINING t'l&.-x '' '! CV Wlr S erects?, .V V . ; tW -Sobs, ffe .kMiv .i ') rrOIH'KkA -ir.-tr KANSAS CT rae" CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIF IC R Y By reanon of ita central r'wilUm, cls rolaiion princ ipal lin.s Eant of CIiii:awo and continuous Jinos at tenmual points West, .Northwest and South wi-st utha only true middle vi iu that transcontimmtal system whifh invit9 and facil itates travel and traffic in either direction between the Atlantic and Pnciflc The Rock Island main hue aud branches include Clii-atfo.Joh';t, Ottawa, Tbj Salle, Peoria, Oouosco, Jrloline and Kock Island, in Illinoia; jPavcnport. Musca tine, 'Wttshintrton, Jr'nirliWd, Ottumwa, Osk:ilo'sii, Wtjst LilM?rty, Iowa City, Des Moines, Imliaiiola, Winteraet. Atlanlic, Kuoxville, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Centre and Council BlunTet, in Iowa; Ga;IaUu, Trenton, St. Joseph, Caineron and Kansas City, in Missouri; .Leavenworth and Atchison, m Kansas; Albert Iea, Minneapolis aud St. Paul, in Minnesota; Watertowu iu Dakota, aud hundreds ot intermediate cities, towus and villages. THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantees Speed, Comfort and Safety to those who travel over it. Its roadbed is thoroughly ballasted. Its track is of heavy BteeL Its brides are solid structures of stone and iron. Its rolling stock is perfect as human skill can make it It has all ihe safety appliances that mechanical genius has invented and experience proved valuable. Its practical operation is conservative and method icalits discipline strict and exacting. The luxury of its passenger accommoda tions is uneoualed in the West unsurpassed in the world. ALL EXPRESS TRAINS between Chicago and the Missouri River consist of comfortable DAY COACHES, magnificent PULLMAN PALACE PARLOR and SLEEPING CARS, elegant DININO CARS providing excellent meals, and between Chicago, St. Joseph, Atchison and Kansas City-restful RECLINING CHAIR CARS THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE is the direct favorite lino between Chicago and Minneapolis and St PauL Over this route solid Fast Express Trains run daily to the summer resorts, picturesque localities and hunting and fishing grounds of Iowa and Minnesota. Tha rich wheat fields and grazing lands of interior Dakota are reached via Watertown. A short desirable route, via Seneca and Kankakee, offers superior inducements to travelers between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette and Council Bluffs, St Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, St Paul and inter mediate points. All classes of patrons, especially families, ladies and children, receive from officials and employes of Rock Island traina protection, respectful courtesy and kindly attention. . For Tickets. Maps, Folders obtainable at all principal Ticket Offices in the United States and Canada or any desired information, address. R, R. CABLE, E. & KLLIS - Have recfivcti tbiit- S1TJNU ANJ) SUMMEK STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, Which liuvt- been placed at very low price. l 704 Second Avenue. R. J. HOWliY, Veterinary Surg-eon, (ttf tin1 t'ntari'i Vcti ninny CoMr'.-i Having hiiil Twelve jeiirs prnt ticc, 1 am pit: pared In trtnl all Business College, K EKI'l NiJ. HlfNt'AN at HAWKS, rrun'tre CEOCRAPHV OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL THIS MAP, THAT THE sr. xt - r t ST. JOHN, E. A. H01BR00K, Qtn'l TM, Pmi, Aftii CH'tf't, i ! S. it J i 4 C 0 v