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THE ROCK IS AND ARGUS. MONDAY, NOVKMlihK -.9, IcMi.
Catarrh in s itatrli U tBllaiiunatloii ol the mucous mbran. auended with Increased Mcretton. ns r.ts'rrh may fft th. head, throat, tomail". bowels, or any part of the body br the mucout membrane is found. But " t irrli of the bead w bj far the most summon, ''mini ou so gradually lliat often its pres- Is not ui-cv. .... .. ............ -, firm !nM 1,11 " Tictinl- Jl ls eMxd by s j mid or 3 .iH'Cesslon OI colds, ccnivllinl Willi Impure Blood. tliinlv eitliMi3lied discuss is 'LUi;rt't'vll, causing fl'-w trt'in tlio i '. .J- iU'.!-'' ul tJu: throat. Iifaihu'ho, Ihni of r (pj-.'UL.' t"-'miiS ;u li'iiae in l!le ' ear. ,rt'- 'a Hoot!' 4ins;iiliriilti ii;:iy be ' cuiiii a prompt Alio, tnntiiiciil cure I-.r i . :::nrli. It verifies utlti chltl-1'.-;, Kund, i . .!!. :u:-! '. euitiUS tile dis-'UM-H fc:ci:ii.iar.t 1 ,uui tlitli, Scvu l'UU III.' (UmUSC. Al t.iyilic- ' jlllf i; rrfrenlloi Uilti tones s-ystej-l. i 'liie rvmar'icil'h' success of this peculiar int'dli'liic nitltli". it to your cmMi'iice. Uivc i Hood's Sarsapul'illii a trial. Hood's SarsaparilEa goldby.tl.lrui!.. l;,i.(orS. Prep.red Mty j So""1'!"'!"- ",'0BlI hy 0.7 HOOD t CO., Apothecaries towell. Man. j rC 1 HOOt TO-. Apothetan... low-tt, MM Doses One Dollar I 100 Tricd in the Crudtk'C Atwnt jwrt-.y jenrs ;o I diwoferad Irttie Bor on bt f hk. and the dorters pr BoniK-esI :t ranrcr. 1 haw- tried a ntnatHT of ptitiri:i'i-v bm v. 'iii.i-.it refvividg sjiy mi lifn: benefit. Among !Uo Diimlw were out or nt -ir-rnnt-ti. Tlic in'iti ine tnt-y sp,.in'd as itiit; fin- u. yf,-. Mmt-iti niter, paia. 1 a tati-nir'tit il !;:; ;nipfri to 'hi w!ut S. S. S. hl (I'm for mtier s!ni:!ar! ainit-tcd. I c(V;n-:: (riit.' at oio-, tV!VTc I hm iihI the woit K!'!' the iH-lL'tiimr (OwiU noiUe tli:U t:i . siKvr ss !ii ireiit-rai health had twn nau for two or threp yeaM I haa a ii'Miiy coi-.n w c-.t coutiA aally. I hf.tl a -vn- pam m kjv breas?. After luk i-j i..i;.t- of S. S. S. my ccti?h U ft mt- ami I grew iKitcr ;dun I luui bn for ttrvernn vt-ars. ilv im.-.t liek-l all i 'it a little i(ut about the size f a lialf dime, and it la rapidly disappearing. 1 would advi errj-- oat witu cucrr to pre s. S. h. a fair trial. Mm, NA3CY J. MeCONAUGIIEY, Ash Gro?e, Tippecanoe Co., Ind. PB. 16, 1886. ' ri Swift'a Specific is eutirely Tquble. and seems to en re eaneer by forcing oat the impa ffltlai ;rotu Uie bitxxL Tcmise ud Blood aiid Skin DiMasea mailed free. TAB SWIFT M'aVlrMc CO., Drawer S, Atlanta, Ga. PROFESSIONAL f Atitlr J4 W. BEARD SLET, j ATTORNEY AT I-AW Office with J. T. Ken ! A worth?, 17 Second ?r.ue. u-l-dH6m WILLIAM JACKSON, j i TTOSNEV AT LAW. Office ip. Rock Ulanii i A Natioual Bank Building. Hock Mand. 1 11. j JOHN S. HOLLAND, 1TT0RXEY AND COUN'SKi.LOR AT LAW- j A orer porttoffice, Moiine, Illinois. j E. W. HURST, TTORXKY ASDOOUNSgl.LOR AT LAW. Office in Masonic Temple block, over Rock Is .and National ."-an k, Roctl land. 111. ep -" dwtf S. D. 8WSBT. C. L. WiLKIP, SWEENEY & WALKER, ATTORNEYS AND C'OLNSKLLORS AT LAW XLOfllce m BenK'ton) hiock. k.mth i.sianu. III. aan-l-dw? . I HKKUKKT D. BLAk'EnORE, j ATTORNEY IV PATEVT CArsBS.-Paten. bnineiwof l! k'ndi, noiirited. Room 4. Firm , National 4an B-iildmg. P. Boi 674. Knck : I. land, Illinois. ju-18-dwly M. Iff. CORBETT, 4 T fOUSBY AT LAW, lieitor infjisncery an V S:jfv Public. Aistract. lin and collec Siuui. Ortic. Bufo d Block, ad avenne. ovei BakerV .Tewclry store rKv--20-d:y BUSINESS DIRECTOKV. JJARDV.AUS. Stewart Montgomery. .SOU jecond avenue. UNSMITUS. Wold. Cha., Ill Seventeenth ttreel. VfBW.SI'APEUS. The Rock Island Dn.T Aus; nnMlshert every eiuns.iiay excepted) in Krm hlnek. or. j poaite PoKtoRVce. Besc adVHrtisinu medium in CR C1Tlie Roc Island Wbskly ABons; pablistaed . every Friday. A line job department .n connec tion with the eslshlishmeut. 1 THE KQLiXE SAVIKSS j (t-'hartore! by thtLeifletar.irt of llllnote.) j MOIINE - - IIiLI-NOIb j Upi;.ial!yfr..in A. M.toSP. M..and on Toe- j da? and Satnrdfiy Eventitgr from 7 to 8 o'clock I i per 5at. ptr Annus. DopositB reoeiv6d in amountB oi SI ana upwards. SB'IURITY AND DVAVTAEd. Tbe pr!-' w. .-.i .-. o d! the Trnstees It r-ei' e;r-le to tl: dpotors. The cifarare prohlbli-j ; rm horr -win any o: iie mineye. Micnr kt urriedw meii3rotectedlvleciai Law. Oi-fiok: 6.W. WaBKor, free'dentiJoua i Qood, Vk:' Preaident ; J. F. Hsjcetcwit. "ashler ; TRtsTaiti: 8 W. Whei.ct. Purtr Skmnwr C. W. L.:M5'.!, Nc)tor Chester. H W.Caadec, C : T.Qram.. A. S. WrteM, ' ". n-m!iway. Jr,i.r a. J. M tlbrlPty (J. H. i:nrtdrd. ! KV 'l'b -mly chrtT-d MA-jinira BanB:n fi'izi ' fTir:- withont Mcrlirine. j Pttentt-d ()-t. lt, l On hoi will cure el ' mo t obstinate case In ' fr days or lei II I lUfC Soluble BOUSIES, ALLhR w Medicated No naenoiin dom- of cubeb.-, copaiba or oil of sandalwood that an- certain to proilnct: dy- pt-psia y dtrovin!r tin- C'atini- of tbe ftomach. Price S). Hold bv all dnigtrlsti or mailed on rcrcipt of price. For further purtictlarB send fr circtitar; P O Box 1-VtB J C ALLAN CO, nTflvr R-iJitn -tr et N-w io:K. hv T . . CT . . o ITIH To r I.MI'ItitVUj :..M.,1-l,,e.t;rRKIir TV!' W t.ih.SI!.-.'. KIV . till f ' i.iTtHU of ni: (!ik jjrrtr.r'-Mor-n"!y-7'-iifU. EiiTtnc fti;: --iJLr' The ianiien Lie-. my lT- iw!y 1I1MI mm j h--e V rt,(iUKviii5 ate mad" v.J .. a Ke9i-v "n(l 1 m Stroi;r- ' t: ,t Loaiti.-. .-ii;d bvL wusiiers m ;h j .... -.i Vnr bv Mi i-ieultrs. I may 1 A25-CeiitBookforl2-cts. EUREKA 3ECITATIOMS, By Mrs. Ai-sj lUsmu. llBTOt. the celehnited teacher and i ioc itinnirtt. Five nnrauers now ready. Each ra; contains ljN i'es and band Some li'lmxrapr. envt-r. Price only 1 cent eauh. Address .1. S. 'XIILVIK ft .. ..ahrtaUers, (P. DPfi Ffe' 5 ir' Cs!7SS8aii.l CTJBB, hyime tfll V, who was dear tweuty-eiijht vearn; tialed nymof of the noted apecialislj. of the day with no banelt. Cr.(( himMlf in lhre moniuri, an.'. t;in::e tficn anndreds of other ly .ante (jrotero; a p.alu, hi...,.;.: an jltccessfill home treatment; address T, s. PAHE, lii8 KasI ta St., :cw York t'ilv. act IS dwSm mi the Head "I am happy t,t 1 t1 Hootfi. Sarsapartlla for eatarrti, with which I hav been troubled many fears, and received great relief and benefit from It. The catarrh wan very disagreeable, especially in the winter, causing constant discharge from my nose, ringing noises in my ears, and iaiua in the back of my head. The eftoi t to clear my head in thy ju jniiis ty '.av.kii.g and c-ttnia was painful. My grucu iiuV;.-'.l nic to try Itpotl'a S.ir8.HI'IIla, and it gtivc it:-- r.-'i'f ncin'HtHy. while in tint- 1 was cMU-tiy cuictl. 1 urn t.c.-r Hith otltlie i::'.'.. ii.c ill ivy ! , t: e, ..i 1 it is W .111 ! V v,;- t!!g- '' ;'.!.!. 1: I'.. IjllHl, UttsKiRUih Sm-t. N. V., Va-i.i:-gi.ii. 1. C. " I U.c Used Hi-oif. h..is:i;' ::;la for niiK.lrli . llh v.-ry satisfavtory result.. 1 kill- uvr.v-.il nn'iv I e.li;.iuct:t Iciiv-lll from it th.;u l,:m any .alter i -n: it j- I. hate ever . 1-1. I. E. IttAU, of A. Read & Sou, W nuso-u. Oliio. S. I!. Uo no! In- induced to !.ik- any ol!'-r lircpU',.liou, but l c Mire t" get 100 Doses One Dollar WKT 18 IT That rheumatism and neuralgia are M prevalent? This question has not been tetiflfat-torily answered, but it is certain that these diseases are not only the moat painful but among the mol common, and some member of uearly every family in the land is the victim of one of these dread tormentors. Indies seem to be peculiarly liable to neuralgic attacks, which, in the form of neuralgic headache, pain in the back, or nervous pains are of. constant oc currence. Not until the discovery of Athlo phoros had any remedy been found for either rheumatiaui, neuralgia or nervous hradache, and they were generally con ceded to be incurahle, hut Athlophoros has been pruved to be not only a certain cure for these diseases, in ail their varied forms, but a safe remedy. It, in the use of Athlophoros, the bowels are kept freely open, its success is ctrttii and to aid this. Athlophoros Pills are recommended, which, while providing tht necessary cathartic, will be found to le a valuable aid to the action of the niedu ine. Athlo phoros is no experiment, it hn been tested and has proved its wonderful ethcacy. The Athlophoros Pills wtre oriyinaily prepared as a remedy for use in tvnmvtion with Atlilophoros, for vhuniati-.n, and neuralgia and kindred complaints. lfed in connection with that remedy, they ore a certain cure for either of theMwry com mon and distressing diseases. They have also ben found to bean inv;ili'ab!e remedy for any and all dieastw arising fruin vitiated blood or general debility. They are es pecially valiiablf for nervous debility, blood poisoning, dyspepsia, distress after eating, headache, constipation, loss of appetite, and all stomach or liver troubles. For diseases of women they are invaluable. These pills are perfectly harmless and may be safely used by adults orchihlrt n. Testimonials of those who have been cured will be sent free on application. Every druggist should keep Athlophoros and Athlophoros Pills, but where they can not be bought of the dnirirUt, the Athlo. phonw Co., 1 12 Wall St., New York, will send i-itluT .carriage paid on receipt ot reiruhir pn-t. which is $1.W) per bottle lor Athlinii .nw mid -rHK-. for fills. tor COUGHS, CRGUt AND CONSUMPTIONS f SWEET CU!VS mULLEIfil. The reet pirn, ti ;r:i:l'tr-1 fr''m e tree of the pruno naiii-, pTr"win itl"iic the f- imM ' rm n; th s.tiiili'Tti Stiti!. c i.tit'ic a "tiiitiitmiiiH exi-'-i-Tunt i.r;ncipp tti.it t.wtip iht (.Ittivni r !!- itr ; . cirl) ui'K'iiii.f; i::i:, u.:'! J lirmiltite the ; . U i . t fv.f tin' iinMiitir'nse in (.rt'irti a..'1 1 Isuc.'iiiK-Mm).. V , '.ii'lti'i-tl with li.tt lo' ii .,iK i:iii iluuhi't(isi . --jl.; in i!n; n;i:Ht ip . t ' thi: old Hi kN. tit in "l'-Wt M ( huh'KKi !itnt:i.v di M'.irn.n: ami Mrt.i.Efv rJn tnics. fc-t..ii!ttt.' l- W ! r A. 'I rt-'iof , .ltlantn Oa. SF PUEE CCD UVEE CIL iinnnh A '.;o5t as Palatable as Milk. TV, only preparation of COD Mt'EB OIL that c u u ta'sen readily and tolerated for a loafr tiaie 1'V dt -:-at stomachs. im. is a HKirnT for rosttrTii', MT3Mir.KS A1KHTIIS. .OAl.ilU, tiL'.- i::iai. i'ti;?i.iTT. riuiiiis AM) throat ki- H.itTiis and all MASTINU Dlsollllt It's i)f "!:''l;N It is marrclinus in Its rrsoifg. 1 . c. iU-j and enilor.id by tao Iieit I'uyeicians iii tite countries of Uie world. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. .3. SCOTT'S " rouTica A.iMsiTr, THt HON. JEHU BAKER LOSES HIS ; TEMPER, : Anil .assaults Wan Wtaoua He Accuses of I.yliK Abont ftlm ''"' snub of Edmund at Toplf " p CouveraattoB Among Politicians-What !'' efaU ree Says fotltlea.1 Oosslp. IiKLLKViLB, IUa-. Nov. an. -The atasolt, which a number ot newspapers hav made on Jehu B iker sine H Weat of Morrwoui have ifflanw-l the ire .'. the congressinau elect from the Eiju:'"n dutnet, and he crealeJ a seiMtttiou by as.Ujup! rep.;:! and denouncing the aotioru of " the newspa pers. An J. W. beach entered the rinstolUce he met (Jol. Baker, Beach had worked hard for Col. Mor lisoB during the campaign and biui written several ar ticles calculated to inrlauie Baker's pabsioiia. Mince the campaign closed a Series ot articles has appeared iu two t'hii'ao papers which tendeded to further inereuae his JKtft' BAKEB..' .' . intliKitatioo, oud he believed il.eh was in some way resjionsible fn them. When they met Beach said: "How do you do, judgef "ijon't you dare to address me, you ras cal," cried the judge, seizing his heavy cane with a firm grip. 1 know how. you have been lying to Chicago and St, Ijbuts papers," he yelled. Then the judge specifically denounced each tiaper for libeling hhn and for employ inj; liars, and, having delivered himself, be started for Bench with his cane. Tiie first blow wiw a little wild, but on the second at tempt the judge registered on Beach's bead and arms. BeRch then closed with Baker and sueoeded in wrenching tbe cane awav. "Yon are too old a man to strike," be said. The judge did not think so, and made an attempt to reach Beach with his hands. By this time Postmaster Kngelmann had rushed between them, and alter sejarating them ordered tliem from the postoflioe. Beach stepped to the street, but Judge Baker refuses! to move. Eiigelmann, who is a Morrison appointee, then formally orderei Judge Baker to leave the government premises. The judge again refused and the postmaster sent for two policemen. By this time a grea'. crowd had congregated on the square, and as the police men approached several of Judge Baker's friends induced bint to move away. The event created intense exoitement, ami J udge Baker's friends indorsed his cti"it, THE BLAINE-EDMUNDS AFFAIR. The Maine Stutesutati I'ndergoluff a Change of Pi.llcv What Ochiltree Says. New Yokk, Nov. "29. The politicians con tinue to talk about Blaiue'a snub of Ed munds. Aside from the mere question of the proprietv of the act they say it has consid erable signitl -atu'e as indicating a decided change of policy on the part of Mr. Blaine. Heretofore Mr. Blaiue has never exhibited any siiecinl sensitivetiess as to the criticism Vassesl upon himself. His method has been to treat trieiid and foe a!ike in his jtersonal relations. It wfcs formerly said in Wa-shiu-ton that iu order to se.-nre a warm wol come frotn the Maine st-it"stnan otic should first attn -k him publicly. It is -.e -II known to the majority of Wash ington ioliti--iai! of exisirience that Blaine entertained iws.ple a: his home who had previously il -uoduce-t him in much stronger terms thau those used by Mr. Kdmnmls. Said a prominent Biaine man Friday: "Mr. illaine will lose nothing by cutting Ed munds, If he bad adopted a more independ ent ourse long ago and refused to reeoglliiee bis act-ue:-s he Mould .wtipj' a better itosi tion Isifore the country to-day. But he runs no great risk in snubbiug Kdmutids. Blaine can carry Vermoiit in spite of a nything Ed munds can do to prevent itM S. B. Eikins. who is one of Blaine's closest friends, refused to talk abg ut the matter, saying he knew nothing about it. Ccl Thomas P. Ochiltree, of Texas, said Friday: "aiy relations with both men areof a pleas ant nature. I must say, however, that 1 dc not tiiink Blaiue at fault. I do not think 1 should tare to shake hands one day with a man who had denounced me as a scoundrel the day before. I think Mr. Blaine acted as tiny man of spirit might have done. Iam a little surprised under the circumstances that Mr. Kilinunds should have offered hi hand to Blaine at all. It must have been an impulse. Vou know these cold men are oc eastoniilly impulsive." tot- speaker of the Indiana House. U'.M-isH, lad.. Nov. The Hon. War ren ti. Nivre has received assurances from enough Republican memlicrs of the Indiana leiia'.ure to insure ids election to the speaker-hip of the lower house. Mr. JSayre has served live terms iu the assembly, has a wide a. quaiutanoe with public men, and pus sesst the .tsttive character necessary to con trol tiie .-.torniy sessions which are probable. He says emphatically that he desires the prompt seating of - all members entitled to seats, be they K--publicans or Democrala, and be proposes to labor zealously to that end. He thinks the Republicans have a ma jority of the assembly on joint ballot, and that a K-publicau.will be returned to the na tional senate. A Kemllif-ttn Majority. .'Nii.s..VAeoi.is. Itid., Nov. ".I. A comple tion of the vote east fur niemtiers of the lower house of the geueral assembly, made bv th" liepul.li.-aji state centrai .ommittee. shows no agrii'"'te Republican majority of :lt;,M2, and n aggregate Is-mocratie major ity or :J!i.7. leaving a net Republican nia jority ofll..'.si). ew ,leiey I.eUlature Democratic TutMos, N. J., Nov. 27. The recotiut in the Third Hs?mbly district of Camden count v. gives Turley. Democrat, lti majority, unseating Howie, Republican, who on tiie litvt cooni counted 4.". majority. This makes the l"gt-!alure surely Democratic ou joint balk.:. ICailuav Seetlim foremen Ottrunlae. Corvit. Hi.fKKS. Iowa, Nov. The railway s-s-i ion foreiueti in North America met in (s nvenLeni in this city Nov. '- ami i and organized the Brotherhood of Hail way Section Koremeu of North America, for the mutual benetlt of the railway section foremen, embracing all foremen between the Atlantic ami 1'acilic; also to bring more pro fi -ieney in the track deistrtmeut. for tbe better prop ction of the traveling community at large and for the safety of fellow-employes ou train service. Shot an Officers Newark. Ohio, Nov. 09. WEcer Thomas Pe.-arh was shot and probably fatally injured by Wiiliain il truiau, ex-K.I iceman, at l'J:HU Saturday morning. Gorman was intoxicated and Ollieer.-, Roaeh and Brook attempted to arrest him, when he pulled his revolver and hot Oltieer Hoach in rite right breast. A FAVOEITE WITH THE PAIS BEX. Pupilon (extract of flax) 8k in Cure is superior to all the much advertised skin beautifiers with the advantage of being beneficial, and not like the mineral pres parations usualy sold which are very poisonous, It will remove all inflamma tion. chafing and roughness of the skin, sunburn, freckles and unseemly blotches, and leave the cuticle fair and soft us an infant's. An actual necessity fur the complete toilet table. Large botlles only f 1.00, for sale at drug stores. Sold by H. H. DeSanto. An unknown lunatic was captured re ceiitly by officers at Springfield. Ky. Ilia paroxysms of violence only come ou when he hears some one inquire his name. The question of a proper-food tor ln fauts interests all mothers: especially those unable to nurse their offspring, llelliu's iood possesses all the requisites as a substitute for mother's milk, and is highly commended by tbe medical faculty of both Europe and America. CODLDKT eeab it trobdib An in'tereBUog letter from Mr. John W Wrrkg, superintendent of DrKilb Pau per home: From a fcelinjt. of gratitude anil a das sire to bemflt others, I voluntarily make this statement. 1 have great reason to be lhanllful that I ever heard of B B. B., as I know what bjessing it has been to me. I have Buffered with Bionchial catarrh for a number of jeari. Six months ago I was taken with ocvere paip in try right ear abinh in a few days began fo discharge trtatler, wilh lerribie and almosj unbear able palpitation and all eons of nvises in my head. In ten dajs after the am mcneyirneiit of dlsch argo zni pain in mg ear J bf-an to grlow deaf and in Bix Ctk5 1 !.' (Ifaf that 1 could BOl hear thuudcr. I was then compel ed to use conversa tion tube, and it wasbof t-! that I could not hear with tbe tu ae. I then commen ced taking B B. B.ngud the running in my ear ceased ruuniut. in five weeks, and can now hear withompthe the lube. My general health has rocovered, palpitation ceased, and feel like a new being, and appreciate tbe benefit I hav received trom B. B. B. (made at Atlanta, Oa )with gratitude to dotl and thankfulness to the proprietors for such a medicine. I cheer fully recommend it to all who are afflict ed with deafness and alanb. Try it; persevere in ils use and vou will be con vinced of itB value. John W. Wkkkf.8. Supercntt-nilatit lb Kalb Pauper home, Decatur, Ga.. May 1, 1886. BBI0HI8 DISEASE I h ive been a sufferer from Kidney ami Bladder troubles fur several years. I have lately had what is termed BritMit's Disease, and have hadionsidernhleantlls ino 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 delighted v.ith its effects. I had previously used a large quantity of various advcrlircd remedies, and several eminent physicians also waited on me, but B B. B. stands at the top. John tl. Martin. Rock Creek' Ala., May 4. 1886. All who desire full information about (he cause and cure of Piood Poisons, Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings, L leers, Sores, Rheumatism, Kidney Complaint, Catarrh, etc.. can secure by mail, free, a copy of our 82 page Illustrated Book of Wonders, tilled with the most wonuerim and startling proof ever before known Address, . Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. For sale by T. H. Thomas. Gavarre, sixteen years ago, received 8(1 cents per evening for singing in a Madrid music ball, ihe other day he closed a contract for fifty nights, for which he is to leceive exa' tlv $?0,(MIO, ToLEir u Baman. But it is positively inexcusable to admin ister or tske narcotics or potent sedatives to relieve intranquilily of tbe nerves, the easily discoverable cause of which is simply indieestion. Hostellers Slomacn Bitters is Ihe remedy indicated when the nervous system is weak, atul consequently super sensitive and un- iranquil. Braced and quieled ny this superlative ionic, the system obtains needful r.-:.osc at ni!!ht. dyspeptic qualms cease to disturb the stomach, and mental inquietude disappears. The habit of the body becomes regular, the liver and kid neys are healthfully slimuiuted, and bod ily or mental ixetiiou ceases to be a wearisome arid difficult task. Neuralgia, rheumatism and malarial disorders, and kidney troubles, are entirely eradicated bv this matchless invigorant and regul ator. British Guina is making large ship ments of gold to England, and the pros pect9 are that the shipments will riv in value the great exports of sugar, molasses, and rum. SEVER GIVE UP. If vou are suffering with low and de pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered blood, weak con stitulion, headache, or any disease of a bilious nature, hy all means procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You will lie surprised to see the rapid improvement lhat will follow; you will be inspired with new life: strength and activity will return: pain and misery will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of Electric. Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a 'uottle by Hartz & Bahnsen. Francis Damall and seventeen teat-old son visited Griffin Ga., the other day, and crowds followed them. Tbe father is 4 feet 4 inches tall and the son 3 feet 1 inch. . IHAflUH'SKStAPf.. W. W. Reed, dragcist, of Winchester, Ind., writes: "One of my customers. Mrs. Louisa, Pike, Bart.iuia, Randolph Co., Ind., was a long sufferer with con sumDtion. and was given up to die bv her physicians. She heard of Dr. King's New discovery for consumption, and be gan buying it for me. In six months' time she walked to this citv. a distance of six miles, and is now so much improv ed she has quit using it. She feels she owes her life to 11. ' Free trial bottle at Hart Sc Babnseu's Drug store. The botanist of the agricultural de partment has made a report on the And Itccion, but fails to throw any light upon the extreme changes in Atlanta and Pro vidence- BTjCKLEN'B AfiSlCA SALVE- The greatest medical wonder of the w orld Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, can tiers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chap ped hands, and all skin eruptions, lyiiKran tned to cure in every instance, or money refoudod. 25 cent per box For ante hy ftsrtv .v. Rahnsen Two Italian sawdust swindlers robbed a New Haven peanut peddler of $264 by offering him a chance to make 20,000 out of nothing. I was troubled with Chronic Catarrh and gathering in my head, was very deaf at times, had discharges from my ears, and vras unable to breathe through my uose' Before the second bottle of Ely's Cream Balm was exausted I was cured, and to-day enjoy sound healh. C. J. Corbin, 928 Chestnut street. Field Man ager, Philadelphia Pub. House, Pa. Base ball has been introduced iu'.o tbe Pittsbuig insane asylum for the physical and mental improvement of the inmates. The restoration to health of our child u considered uncertain. When two weeks old she caught cold. For 18 months was not able to breathe through her nos trils. Upon useing Ely's Cream Balm her difficulty is removed; she breathes natural ly. Mr! &. Mrs. J. M. Smith, Oswego, n. y. During a smart snow storm at Modoc, Cal.. a rancher was in town trying to sell a load of watermelons. A family Blessing. Simmon's Liver Regulator the favors ite remedy is entirely vegetable, and is the purest and best family medicine that is compounded. No error to be feared in administering, no injury from exposure after taking, no loss of time. It is the beet preventitive medicine, and safe to take, no matter what the sickness may be, and in any ordinary disease will effect a speedy cure. AUVIOI TP BOTBJBI. Are you disturbed a night and broken o4 your rest by a sick ctitbi juffann; and crying with pain of cutting Isfthl If so, send at once and get a bottis pf Mrs. Winslcw's Soothing 8yrup for chUdren 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, oft ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and gives tone and energy to the whole sys tem. Mrs. Winslow'g Boothmg Syrup for Children Teething is pleasant to" the taste, and is the prescription of one of tbe oldest and best female nurses and phy sieisns in the United States, and is for sale b; all druggists throughout the world. Price 25 cents per bottle. feb-28-m-w-s m 1-y Governor A bbelt says of the senatorial fracas in New Jersey': ' I im in the fight to win, and I think I will ga is the sens ! PS Ihe next Hew Jersey renrewpta live." . GOOD ENOUGH FOB HIM. Mr. Asa B. Rowley, druggist, was in duced to try some of the Papilon catarrh cure by his customers, after several phy sicians predicted he would soon have consumption from an aggravated case of catarrh. He says: "The result was un precedented, t commenced to gel well after the 'first application,' and am now, after a few weeks, entirely cured." Papil lon (extract of flax) catarrh cure will do all that is claimed for it. Large bottles fl for sale at drug stores. Sold by II. H. DeSanto Count Moltke invariably begins each day wilh a visit to his wife's tomb, a practice be has observed ever since her death. Care of Liver Complaint Iowa Falls, Hardin Co., Iowa, June 8, 1SS5. I have been using Allcock's Porous plasters lor four years, and think I could not get along without tbem. For a long time I was afflicted with a pain under m right shoulder blade; I aiso had con siderable diffculty in breathing. I ap plied an Allcock's Porous plaster on my back, and one ou my chest. I kept chang ing them every four days, and at the tnd of three weeks was entirely cured. E. S . Stevens. Emperor William has contributed 50, 000 marks to tbe fund for the erection of a Lulucr monument in Berlin. When Visiting Hew York Stop at the newly opened and central ly located Sturlevant house, Broadway and Twenty-ninth Street. Largely re built; entirely refurnished; new plumbing: new elevator, etc. Perfect cuisine; mod erate prices; convenient to all the eleva ted railroad stations. Matthews & Pier ion, proprietors. S....I..T Hale's four hovs have $50,000 eeh which their Grandfather, the late Sena.or Chandler, left them. The best on earth can truly be said of Grigg's Glycerine Salve, which is a sure, safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises, scalds, burns wounds and ail oilier sores Wtll positively cure piles, tetter and all skin eruption. Trv this wonder healer. ISalisf action guaranteed or money refund ed. Only 2.1 cents. Sold bv druggists. Senator Evarts has made a gift of a 00-pound bell to St. Francis' Roman Catholic church, at Windsor, Vt. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions of yomli, nervous weakness, ouiy decay, loseot manhood. Ac, I will send a roelisj that will cure yon.FHEC OF CHARGE. Tlitsgre.it remedy waft discover.sl hy a missionary in Sou'.li America, Send a self-addressed envelop to the RkV. JOSKPU T. IN si AN, Station D. .V'SJ i'ork (Vy. Dr. Henry A. Holmes, the librarian of the state library at Albany, is so seriously ill that his recovery is doubtful. In the pursuit of the good things ot his world we anticipate too much; we eat out the heart and sweelness of world ly pleasures by delightful forethought of lliem. The results obtained from tbe use of Dr. Jones' Bed Clover Tonic fur exceed all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all stomach, liver, kidney and bladder troubles. It is a erfecl tonic, appetizer, blood purifier, a ure cure for ague and malarial diseases. Price, 50 cents, of druggists. Men Think they know all about. Must.in I.ii. iment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. New Advertisements. TO ADVERT 1 S fTrS. For a ci!t t tor $20 vo will print a ten line td veaiirfin,nt in One Million ifciii's of Vsdittti Amrit'an V?wpa;ir Thii t at tlif rw of only one 9fih f a c-n' a l;ne. for 1,'HKi circula tion! T)i' adr'-rti-e'iH'nt will be placed b.-fore One MilMnn difertnt newrijiAiMT imrchan-r-: or Fivk Millios Kkaderh. T-n .met will ac coit moilatf ibout TSwomIp A'idrt-f with copy ttf Adv and oht cia'. or send 'Hi fi-ntfi for Book oi iWj.at,'!-. (iKO. P. KOWKLL CO.. 10 Sprue St., Nw Yf!rk. THIS PAPER? i-.r V". rtMTi on .." ftt h V. .OWEL1.& OV) i trcLt), vltPTT aover 119108 contnieta may lit xw ' lot ia NEWYOBL ADVERTISERS can leai a the exact cost of any proposed line of advertising in American papers by addressing Geo. P. Rovvell & Co., Ne warm par Advrttny Bureau, lO Sprue St., jNew York. ild tO-'ta for 00-ln t, FsmphltU WESTERN " INVESTMENT ! Two-tory brick barinw houac, fronta two main treeta. Crowing County Seat. Kan 080. S OOO ixipulation Wilt aell hardware aud liupleuicni tatina Part oaeh, part long Ume. Kctabliehed eight years. Aunual aalca HIXTT TR008AKD ItequUk. KANSAS HARDWABF Boi 654 ST. JoK.'ii. mo. FREE! MUmi SELF CURE A litV'ji,;; i, v-,ri,''; a "W . v k hi M n.-lr-d :irl - : - ' i - r--' V S. Ua HHubOiill, .itaU4r i.t v. i r;ilcl v' iijf Krf. J.'ur-: -:- cm till it &oo.sc iH. VVA0 & CO.. ! Mo K1LR0ADT1M TABLE. I'.IUCAGO. BOCK ISLAND & PACIFIC Traf ItaiH for Chicago. P sieoger.. .. 7:40am .. 8:10am .10:19 am . 5:40 pm ,10:pm .ll:lpm . :Wam 6:46 sm . 8:90 am . 4:48 pm . 6:28 p m , 7:04 pm LaSalle PaaseLger..',. Pisienger jirriw from Chicago. Paesenger . LaHalle Passeuker. . Passenger K'antai CUy. Leave, Day Express and Mail A :50 a m N ighi EzpreM and Hail .... . 8 :SS p m Mtnnetota, Day Express 5:6 a m Express Past 7':05 p m Night Express 6:3 pm Council Bluji. Day Express and Mall 5:28 am Atlantic Passenger 8:55 a n. Night Express 6:35 pm Arrive. 8:05 am IO:SOpm 11:00pm 9:40 p m 7:89am ftuVoa via Muscatine. TheFlrePlv S;30pm 18:01 t l-epot, Moiine Avenue, J. f, COOK. Agent. Rnrk hjpd. CHK'AliO, Bl KMW.T0X& (jlilXCT. LSAVX. ARRIVE St.Lont Rxprese... S 40a. . :10 r. . P-tpver A Ksn. 'Mty Ex. . 4 20 p. . 11:011 a. m. St. Lcnis Fst Ei 9 2"p. . (I.SBa m. t. Panl Pai.e' or ... 11:15p. lnlli.i. S . van! Pascn . e 4 65 a. a. In :40 p. m. rilr.g I assenger i w P. . II :) A. . 11. P. ITSTER, Agent. ( MH HO, nil.W.U'KKF. A ST. PACL. BOCK IPLAUD TRAlWe. Lftvi-n Tim Arriw 8:0U p m ' n-l.-Spm 8:30am ft.A Amm. J:Hi p m 10:(itatn Ft.& Accmn 8:0fairj (.:10pm E. 1). f. HOLMES, Agfut. K4M k ISKAM) k TEOKIA RAILWAY. D--;ot Twentieth utreet, B-lRTKHT lUFTB TO THE BAST AMD 1T) LBATE. ABRITB. f'HH Biriri-H H'.lb a. m . 4:05 p. Muliarifl Kx 2 p. . 1 :S6 p . . Lcomoi(K!attoii 7;1.S P. . 2:0(1 a. vVay Frtipht, 6;00a. h. 9:45 p. a. C BLB BRANCH. LKAYS abrivi. Vail P:10 a. S:nop. . Accommodation 4:01) p. a. S:0Ua. h. F. H. Rocewbix, Agent. ISLAND $r FEDBIA KAILWAY. ABORT BbT RODTI TO THB EAST AND SOUTH Train- leave Rock Island 1.00 a. m. Way Freight. ?.4!S " Fant KxpreM. 1.40 p. tn. Mai. and Bxprew 1.50 Through Freight and Accommodation Trains arrive at Hock Island: 4.30 a. m- Thronirb Freight and Accommodation 2.45 p. m. Mall and Eiprcw. 5,10 " Faat Kiprp?c. 4.i Way Freight. The Fast Kxpekpi. Ipsvinsi Rock !lnd at 8.3fl m. arrive? at Peoria 12.3(1 p. m., at Spriniiilehi t.2ftp. m.. at TWainr 4.(l0p. ra.. Jacksnuville T.Ul o. n)., Alton T.3ft p.m., St Louip 8.15 p. m.. and Terr Haute 11. Vp. m.. The Sauk iat. Makiup 'hie the Pbst and tricKitfT route to all points 'onthemt. The 1.30 p.m. train niake close connection ai aJva with C. B. t. for puintu wett; arriving at rta'epbur!? at p. n.. at BnrlinBton 6 AG p. m..ftl Keokuk 10. 'A' p. m., and at ijuincy lOAVi p. m. Arrivini? at Peoria at U3 p. in., making clow .nnectio'.if with the 1. B. A W. and T. P VT. fcr Iii!HarBMliF, connecting there with all fast ruin- for :he ftt and mth. ffTFAT TIME SI RE 0NNKOTIONS. and -tt" h low hv any ohr route. R. ft. ("AHLK, R. S rOOKHtU'SS, Oen'l fupt. Gen'l TRt. A(t. The 6 SO p. m. Accomm-tilation leHveis evi-ry dt eicrpt enndav. Own-nnd'otKTHlea n'ariv 5.500 nilk'j" of thor cutriily equipped rttaii in lutntiic. Vtiisconeiu, Iowa, MiMoiiri, Mli.m -ota and D.tkotu. - It is'the Best Dir-'d Rout; Iwiween all principHl poinlR in the Norihwe-t, South west and Far West. For imp, time tahlen. rstec of pa-.iifr mid frvieht. etc.. apply to tlu- neHret etniin a tent nf the ChicaL'o, Miiwaukee A St. Paul Halfway to any railroad atrt-nl anafn r in ".he World. R. MILLER, A. V. H. 0AH"K TR It. (ieneral Manager. ien. Pne.fi Tki T. P. TUt'KKR, t.KO. II. UKAFFOIIU. A't ''M'n'i Mnfiycr Av'tflcn. Pasn. Atji Mii.wai:kbe, Wisconsin. W For notict-o in reft-ri-nce to Special KTdir ioti. chanit's .--f time. ndo;h r it.'Ri f int'-nt in wnni-ctiou with the chirHo, Miiwanlvie A M. pBji Railway, ph ase r-ft r to the local cii"nn- oi thit :prr. he Line selected by ths J1. Ccv to carry the Fast JWa-- CHI&A09, F0R!i &r St, iOUSS - 'i '' '. -.f.4: Ci tr--, i L'v- - a't. ..LliiS, (CWA, MISSt'JRi, HiiiSASKA, lUMilAS, COLORADO V. 1- r-.-C' I 'el 10 . .!-e,rt c ( J O ICrtM .i.ti'i ,.o'y Cfly in i..r:ii'-. o'e to if .i.f.iiljr 1 ip.-j Ir.Cj- Me S c.i :ai I'S.m jalw.ee i.icagoand Denver, Chicago and On.-.t.a, Chicago and Council Bluffs, Chicago and St. Joseph, Chicago sna Atchison, Chicago and Kansss City, Chicago and Topeka, Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago and O jbuque, Chicago and Sioux City. Peoria and Council P-iufTs, Peoria and Kansas C'ty, 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 b. jrllngton. Pt..c CcrpcSon p.J. ,ch fal junc' an po n't w.'h Te.oug,, T,, .-t .u st.U.iitini puirtt lui.Iwd on It. t 'r.cns. Al .ith l e? 1 1 --'l r. .. d Wt'fi t.'ar.i n .!,.-!, " .j.B. J Ur0- i wilh TrC'Jtrl Ti. nt to j'.a eun sll k:.. i 11 U . i.ii Sl!M ina C.ivtlfc. p,w., ., : . tc S:a Fransiscs, Portland and City ot .ieiice 0fT ;VtTi. I(V. fjE'fa! IpTDffDrtiOn, etc ngarding Th tV,t."-on Ra. cs'.i on nr Tickat AaM tn th Uii-( virft of i,fiad oiaddrau ' HESSV B, STONE. PERCEVAl LOWELL, A.i i Crtn'l M.ri'-. Lr,'i Pau. Atfet, CHICAGO. MATHEY CAYLUS' I "1 f-r ovt r ?o yeara wilh (jrcat an e-shy tho Iiystieianfl of P;.ris, New York and Jiuisiti, si f superior tt all others for the i rompt enry ..f tl i'a.-aes,roe.nt orofloiiRtUiidiR;. Putuponlv in uiBottk-aouufainiuKOicii-iiulf-awiioh. fc-iih il IT, TEXTS, MAKINO TIIKM THE CHEAWST CAPt'LS IN THE MAlitET. Pr4rod by Paria. CAPSULES- Sold Every- hi-ni. Milwaukee T' e C n T.va ji'' wi:'- "i i.n vac- Ottwet;n . THJE MOI4 1K15 WAC-N The Moiine Wagon Comp'y Manufacturers o1 Fam, A full and :ompltte line ol t'LAi'Po km to tue Westeiu Iratle. of VUiuMratca Price List nt w si'l'i-i r'li W. E. KNICKERBOCKER, Metaphysician or Mind Cure, SO. 205 BRAliY ST., DAVENPORT. Diseases of all Kimis Successfully Treated. CONSULTATION FREK. PARK tafCome and nee oa. Diseases of Horses and Cattle. Charge Reasouahle. C'alle attended to night or day. Office at Zwtcaer ft Friek'w Livery etahle. Telephone No. 119. ROCK ISLAND. IIX. New Hardware Store, NO. 1623 SECOND AVENUE, MOTT & UDDERS, Proprietors. I5f A general line of Hani wars. A specialty of Shelf goods and Carpenter's supplies. THB "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Seco.nd Avenle, - Opp. Harper House. t-fThx- -'Tivni r- h IV. -lv ben tran-fTn-,ed into a Palace eqaalins in every respect the finrs saliwtifin Chicii-'o and -"iriiahinn snythinHin the three r-tie A numherof Mechanical Fan keep the iitii.iihnivnt cool diirinL' tl:e not wiather The Liquid Refreshment dlmjefi-v-i ir iiiis eMnniirinineiit if , ..-. 1 ever wrvefi THE CENTRAL. NO. 1717 SECOND AVENUE, IOHN C. LaFRENZ, - PROPRIETOR. A choice lock :f rS'T, vh tf,. ifi re-ipeCTftltlV i)l!C'tfll. , Liqtiora ind EXOHANGK HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. SALOON And BILLIARD HALL, Bt'i-w tht V. H. I. & P. Depot. Moiine Ave.. Rock Island. 111. TinportvJ Jinfl Pometic Beer and Win, Fine i.ibiior? and Cittarn al ye on hand. Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowles' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors, Wrought. t'ait And Lend Piie. Pitie Fittim mill llmwf ilnmlg nf every di'fcription: Rnbl.r He. nd P.irkir.t? of all kiti'l: nniuTile and S.-w.ir I'.t-e. Olflne uriil Shop No. 917 Kiglile-n! Ii St.. ROCK ISLAND. IIX JTttO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE SEE BY EXAMINING !?TtiriiAA'-TSff7'TK ANSA8 Crm-isf jJ.x.A.ii,j ,tvi nff- '' "' .... -" - .'?- CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R'Y By reason of its central position, close relation to principal line. East of Chicago and continuous lines at terraima points West, .Northwest and Southwest- is tn. only true middle-link in that ti nnscoiituient.il system which invites and laoil itate. travel and trafho in either direction between the Atlantic and Pacinc. The Rock Island main line and branches include Chirairo,Johet, Ottawa, la Salle, Peoria, Oeneseo, Moiine and Rock Island, in Illinois; Davenport, Musca tine, WashinKton, Fairfield, Ottumwa, Onkaloosa, West Liberty, Iowa City, pern Moines, Indianola, WinUirset. Atlantic. Knoxville. Audubon. Harlan, Guthrie Centre and Council Blurts, in Iowa; Gallatin, Trenton, St. Joseph, Cameron and Kansas City, im Missouri; Leavenworth and Atchison, in Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and St. Paul, lu Minnesota: Watertown In Dakota, and hundred, of intermediate citiea, town, and viUaires. THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantee. Speed, Comfort and Safety to those who travel over it Iu roadbed i thorouKhly ballasted. Its track is of heavy steel. Iu bridfres are solid smicttirr-s of stone and iron. Irs rolliutr stock is pel feet as human skill can mak. it. It ha. all the safety appliances that mechanical genius has invented and experience proved valuable. Its practioal operation is conservative and method ical -Its discipline strict and exacting. The luxury of its passenger accommoda tions is nnequaled in the West unsurpassed in th. world. ALL EXPRESS TRAINS between Chicago and the Missouri River consist of comfortable DAT COACHES, magnificent PULLMAN PALACE PARLOR and SLEEPING CABS, eloicant D1NINO CARS providing-excellent meals, and -between Chicago, St. Joseph, Atchison and Kansas City-restful RECLINING CHAIR CABS. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE in the direct, favorite line between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. PaoL Orer this route noli4 Fast Exyreas Tram a run daily to the summer resorts, picturesque localities and hunting' and fishuitf grounds of Iowa and Minnesota. The rich wheat fields and grazine 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 B lulls, St. Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Bt. Paul and inter mediate points. All classes of patrons, especially families, ladies and children, receive from officials and employes of Rock Island trains protection, respectful courtesy and kindly attention. For Tickets, Haps, Polders obtainable at all principal Ticket Offices in the United States and Canada or any desired informatioga, address. R. R. CABLE, Pret't & Gm'I H'fV, Chicago, E. ST. JOHN, Au't Gm'I M'g'r, Chicago. fc Spriug atid Freight WBei-Dp; ami oilier SfRiNWAGoK9,ef.pil'ij wlacto. suprnur vriirBniansaip aud finish. r. pf the Mnlirr- Wator Li forp y. rrhiflr; wt & EILIS HriVt receivttl Iheir- SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, Whioh have been placed at very low prices. 1704 Second Avenue. R. J. HOWEY, Veterinary Surgeon, (Of the Ontario Vett-rinary College.) Having had Twelve yenrft practice. I am pre pared tu treat all Telephone No. 114a in Keeping wnr ut y.iauu uiiprun uii: .....,.t ' all L-i..,i. ,f Sarrlirhaa nii.rMiw'. " Ah kind of Sandwiches on hort notice. I'lnr - - -iivriy: 1 i:ind. A fnir hare of public pa CEOCRAPHY OP THIS COUNTRY, WILL THIS MAP, THAT THE E. A. HOLBROOK, 6en'l Tat, 4 Pus. Att, (ticaja , i i i j i I tl i 1 ill