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THE ROCK ISLAND ARb US, SATURDAY, DECEMBER ,1, l86.
Chronic Catarrh is inflammation ol the morons me mbrane, attended with increased secretion. Thus catarvh may affect the head, throat, stomach, bowels, or any part of the twly where the mucous membrane is found. Hut catarrh of the head Is by far the most common, coming on so gradually that often its pres ence i nut suspected till it has bi:iimd a firm hold on its victim. It is caused by a colli, or a r-uc esaioti of colds, combined with Impure Ulood. V."!h-:i fiite.iv i -.t '.bh'i'i'. d fbe d M-SSt (;-f;;v.' 'v U-V.ivivibl"-. ':iUl!j: !b utv -. i. jm-s i f the ttinvit. t . I'-iiimm: itinl Wi.'.. n.u, in i-.M'. c'.c. In Itoo'l'-; S.il ..Il illi1 ( i'.: ;l :t n-inf-t r.lid )',:. :itirl v:rih. l! t'U! iiies iiiid v i I It. : tl:t . ;Vt s :.:ni ti-t :-;!iis t!i- i!;m ii i., t i::r i; i-r?Te Ivs :v.A t.::i's 1!.- w'i ' Tl t;.iU;;bb' ssu'et.-s -t IM nudieinc it t" ynr n-nt'tdi Hood's iaiaapattiU .itrul. Hood's SarsapariSIa BoldbTillMniBsl'O- fl;i'rS'. rreparwl only j Sold l.y all (IrucKtsU. f l;ij forJ.V 1-rrparedonly bj C. I. nOOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Hm by 0. 1. HOOD CO., Apothecsrtel, Luwi'll, Mall, IOO Doses One Dollar I 100 Doses One Dollar J'KOFESMO.NAl, CARDS. J. M. BEARBSLEY. ATTORNEY AT I.MV-Offlrc wnh J. T. Ken worthv. l?i" Sri,m!:lv'mie. auy-l-dwen WILLIAM JACKSON, ATTOXN'EY AT LAW. nfke in Kock Islam i National B;iti!i llurtiiinir, Kocl Islaii'l, t 11. JOHN S. HOLLAND, ITTORNKY AND OH N-Ei LOR AT LAW t over po-loltUe, Mijiice, llliuoi?. E. W. HURST, ATTORNEY AN J) it NKIloU T L.VA -Office ill Ma:onie Temple olocli. over Hoc i: I lacd Ns.ion il K m k. K'Kkf 'I-uid, 111. eep ' - ""I dwif B. D. (IWBCSBT. C. L. Wi'KtK SWEENEY & WALKER, tti:neyanuoounse!.lhs at law Ofllfe in Bvtislon1 blo, k. Hock Itlsud, Lli. HKKKKIil 1. U1.KEMKE, ITroKNBY IV PATENT l Al'ES l.n,n bnin f all kinds ?o"u it, ft. Koom 4. Fir" National S.ink liuil.tinj. I'. H:,i '. .'. R.vl I-iand, I!lln"i. jti-18-uvvly M. M. CORBETT, A TToKNEY AT LAW. sd!dnr in I hun zt Nolnry Pnbin A'trar.-. !,oi!tf' itid olb-c r.- T;tv-vO-dlT ti-irtH. ltTt' e. 1!" Baker's" .Twlry L Hl'SIMNS IHKKiTOHV. II AHDWAKE. pCNSMITHS. u Wotft. fhs- ,1113 -vi -r.rf. -n- h r' i The Rorklhbm.j Iao. si.: p'll'h-tMr.f w eveoinu. (Sinnlj .ct'it ill m "-rn bi'v k. o; Hwite Poctofflrc. Bv-t nivi riu; iii.'ii:Qni !c fii cttv. The Koi-k I.-'Innd Wsem.v Akuum; imhb-l:.j every Friday. A lirif i'H (i"(- trl!i:iH in con"- tion with tlit v-'tihb-limt-ui. MANY LAMP CHIMNEYS ARE oftereci for sale rcpi'esented as good as the Famous PEARL TOP BIT THEY ARE NOT And like all Counterfeits lack she Remarkable I,ASTIi Unalitie Of THE .FrEEa ASK FOR THE CHIDES The PEARLTbP is iilannfactnred 0il, r GE:0.A.MACt3ETH&C0,, PITTSBURGH, WEAK! U NDEVELO PED Parts of the Body Enlarged. Oevelooed 'ti4 Htrnathnwl. Sinii'l.hHrml., BanH!f 1 rwntuiiit FH r.riicitlHr.. e.tim(m,t.,t-t nmil-l .al,. frw addrasa. KKIK MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. N Y. THE MOUSE SAVINGS MM (Chartered fcy thebegtsluturtot Illinoln.) MOIiINB - - ILLINOIS Opn daily from H A.M. to i F. M.. ami on T daf Saturday Kvniiiii from 7 to 8 o'c'ock XnTBi aUowad on Bepaslti i tha rite o Deposits received in amounts oi 5 and Opwarda. 8B0CltlTYAND ADV&NTAfiKl. Tht orHate DT"opertyof the Trnitccs 1p res:, tt, Bible to th-' dpoitonv The oftirerMrt prohlhttef rom howwiui; any o( itc iaoney. Mtnorf nn married wnmei protected bjttK;cal law. 0mitBii:-8. . WftlELooBI'rttfiMciit Ooop, Vic Prfif!nt; C. P. itBfjmWAytt Taller Tti,i'K- W. WheoioclC, P-rnr Bkinnar C. W.LobdeH, Neloon Cheater. H W Cacdee. C. T. Grants, A. 8. WHifbt, V. Hemnwny. John QooH. J. M. t'hri-iy. O. H. Siodrtard. aTheon!ychartert Havlnsa Bank in Hhcw eiand Coortv. ADVERTISERS can leaui the exact cost of any proposed line of advertising in American papers by addressing Geo. P. Rowell & Co., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, lO Spruce St., New York. Snd lOcts. for !00-Pa(l.e pamphlet. Pennyroyal Pills. "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." THE ORIGINAL AND OKLT OKNtrnVB. Safe and always reliable. Beware of wohthless Imitationa; Indispensable for LADIKH. Ask yunr Druegiet or "Chichkbtbr's Enolish" and take no other, or inclose ic. (stamps) to as for p&rttc nlars in letter by return mail. ' Naju Papsii. OHionsavBR Ciikmical Co., 3318 M adtms Square.Thftade!pbia. Pa. Trade inppUed by oBO. C. GOODWIN 6 CO-, Wholesale Agent. Boston, llaai PEARLTOP in Insist T3Xr- T1IIS upon wif Exat't them ,!Jvii Eai-h witn xjttcv Catarrh "I am happy to state that I used HooA'i SarsapariUa for catarrh , with winch 1 haie been troubled many years, and received groat relief and benefit from it. The catarrh was very disagreeable, especially in the wiuler. causing constant discharge from my !iom ringing noises in my ears, and pains in the baek of my head: The effort to clear my head in the m-nniiig by haul.hig and spitting was painful. My grocer advised nio to try Hood's SarsHpiiril'.-i, ami it : ie lelief immediately, while In w is entirely cased. I am neer with- i-t I'-:- r. '!t'i!' in my boue. : ; 1 Hunk it is v.,-.:hi ia pd-i." Mi ; i'. (Jinn, il. KtieiM, X. YV., W... !,!,; ii, IXC. .e u;d ll'vi.l's s r fnr with wry saiisla; tory u?';!is. 1 .:.ed !ii re l enoanenl l m lit from ( :u any ;l!:er ii-iii;dy i have ever M V.. Ukaii, t.f A. K;ui & bou, I 'IT N. ! i:id:t"t'd t" laLe any other TL'p.aatio;i; Uyt be t: t' M FROM LIFE TO DEATH is but a morm'nt if rheumatism or neural gia strikes the heart. These diseases are the most painful and the most tlanerons of any to vhuh human kind is liable They hy from one part to another without a moment's warning, and liniments and other outward applications are in them selves daTitroroua because thevare liable to drive the disease to ssome vital organ and cause instant death. Khenmatism and neundijia aredUeasesof the bloixl, andean only bt reached bv a remeilv which will drive from the MihnI ih dangerous acids. Such a retneuvis Athlonhoros. It has been titoroiijrhly tested and id a safe, r-ure cure. J. M. Vowel!, clerk for F. P. Yerkin, drii'jist, Paris, lib, says: "Coining fruni Chicago I was suddenly stricken with acute rhumn'.Um. It spread ail through me so rapidlv that in a few hours I was enlireiv hclplff-s. We were obliged to stop off and made every enrt to jret somethui tii.it would relieve me from tliis aiionv. I had to be carried oi the train. No word- could describe the pain 1 endured for the next fire days. Finally a trentU-man atl vini me to get a Iwiile of Athiophoros, and 1 at once commenced nsin it. Al though it may s?evni a very improbaide circumstaiu-e. vet is neverthebfs a tact after 1 had taken five or sis doses I had complete relief, and we continued on our jimrnev. Sime lliat time mv father, w ho bad been more or less a Iler-u from rheumatism lor six vear?, h;w aist ud Attd"phnv with the same satisfactory results. 'hi-.ip., "lib, Jnh- AVith pleasure I inform you there had Ve-n im return "f the ilw-ase cure perfect. Yoursirratefuilv. Kt;v. t'. IIaktley. iiverv drMi-tshoiild keep Athiophoros fln-i Athi'pli'.'ro.- i ill-, hut where they cai n-a le b-'uJit of tin? ilni-i:bt the At hi ph-.r.'s.r.v, IP AV'aUSt.. Ntv York, will seii'l cittier W-.irrsaire paid) on receipt ot rwmlar vri e, whi-h is 1.00 per Untie lor Aihlophor. :nd Tc. for PilN. For livtr HT'.d ki-ln- v 'li.-i'iis- s. dy-'M.-jMrt. ' ti-ooi, O.C., AtfJi'i'UijRS8 1 lUn-Ll:i!vd. OF ?BKE COD LIVES OIL 1 4nd Hypaphosphites of Lime & Sod; ; A-mcstasPalatableasMiik. Iti" ftil- prfrr.U:ou of C(T LiVVR Oil, tht o.-.r l' t.'r 'n r.-aity aoil lolrated for a lyag tini. A; ,-; . K! 1VKT Fori CftN'SOfPTION. i!I V.il!TV, OH'CIIS At THKOAT AF. S. n.l all 1MIM1 IHMirllHR'i OK Iill-W N is ni:;rri-il(.:is in itfi rrvii.f. it. jh.-r. nirr.-'foi inoworio. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. GOLD MEDAL, rAMB, ibv BAKERS JrottiCicot Warranted absolutely pur Jocm, frcm wbk-h the est-iw Oil h.u beea reiwivcd. ltliaaMrw times the ttrength of Coca dux' with Starch, Arrowroot or ?npir, and is therefore far nHi" economi cal, (outing titan o cri. t ctD. It la delicious, no'ir!ti'ne, Dtreniilht'Uinc, euitlly muefted, an ailmirably adapttil for iiivhIh well an for pewms (n health. Sold by irwrw e?eryirhere. cAist Female Comrljints. A Oreat Eiiaey Jcuifo. -:r SOLE 7 AT,u INVALIDS Mo 0 ThB only perfect substitute for Mother milk, invaluable in Cholera Infantum Bud Teeth In p. A prf dikresfd food for Dys peptics, consumptives, convalescents. Perfect nutrient Id nil Wasting C.seases. Requires no cooklncr. Our Book. The Care ana Feeding or inroms, mwiea n-eo. WE A X M E N1 t.ili':l"l thrfl" iTfcnl'j iTMB-fc ' Kl. Iiv t?.'- N I w IMI KtiVKti .Men only Srtt,r. iv- y pctnr- --aX-V ilyiliM-t Uv I'. of, alt ur:ik i.iit-.ir'lor-i!iftheiiit-Y FT '"hfitlth unci "t ij;iiri.n!Stmi-th. Klrtnc Currant "-IVit irnMnilF or tici.Tint ts.'f) in wish. (iri'tct ImiiinWiit(iT nf! oCit ) W.irtniMiH r riatiwitlycurafl in tiim'iti'iiitlis. S.ali'd pumfltktl'-. itan-p ThoSamlen Electric Co. 169 LaSallest., Chicago, may 17-dwly WILSON These Washtjoards arc matie whu a Ueut-VVooU run. ue oowue elHiardi and bt-s. waaiierii in the wnld. for sale by all ueaii-rs. Tal:" no otbr. fiAi;iMff MF CO.. U DolxLE. may 17-dwly Heafkess;" s cmiitrs. and a nrw and snc- cecffiil CURE at vour own 1 1 home, by iHie who wan deaf twenty-eight. y iean. Treatt-d by mott of uuteil fpeciali--ta without benefit Cured IttaMtlf in three montha. alince then hundred of othars. J"nll partic lar sent dn ttppHcation. - t T, 8, P4GK. Ko. 41 West 31stSt., S. Y. city. z-r fss ilia s s s im lillrl'niiilil yyyy A VILLAGE IN FLAMES. ATTICA, OHIO, THREATENED WtTM TOTAL DESTRUCTION. earners ant Aid Sent from Tiffin Four Men Instantly Killed by a Locomotive lloiler Kxplosion A ttf Bot CapsUes and Thirteen People Are Drowned Other Accidents. , ' Chicago, Dec. U.--The following dispatch as received ho-"e Friday afternoon: TtiTiN, Ohio, Dec. 10. Attica, a town of 400 inhabitants in thi eastern part of this county is burning, and threatened with total destruction. A special train with steamer and men has left here for the scene. Twelve stores have already been consumed and the fire is t.till raging. Tha loss thus far f.in),t)d0. I - TREMENDOUS EXPLOSION. our Men I:itant1y Killed hy an Ijtplod- in? Locomotive lloiler. Elmira, N. Y., Dec. 11 .A few minutes after 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon engine Wo. 4 of the Beach Creek railroad blew np th tremendotw tore at Jersey bhore sta tion, on the l ine Creek road. 1" lve men .ei-e on the engine at the time, and all were ntantly killed but one. The killed are 'hilip kuight, engineer; A ilea KamS'.'V, fireman; James Warren, engineer; Josaph Kidils, machinist John SrapM'm, machinist, u lio w as on the engine ut ths tune, was blown about twenty feet down a bank, and escaped unhurt. Fields was pa tho dome at the time, dom; some repairm'. All the bodies were terribly manslod. At the time the explosion the steam gauge only showed a pressure of 140 pounds, which leads to the belief that it was not working right, as it is supposed thtt there was otH) pounds preFSure. The tlome ami wagon-top re blown 1,:0" fwt, and Fields went with them. These pieces weighed about two tons and a half. The track for the length of three rails was torn up. Pieces of tb?sn and iron wvro found scattered all over trie lot. Ihe noise of the explosion was beard at Newbervy Junction, Willianisitort, twelve miles away. All of the kilKsl were inarricl and had fam ilies, Kmght leaving a wife and live chil dren. A Ituimtvay Cubic Car. CixctNNATi, lVr. 11. An exciting strett tar an idfiit with a marvelous tsoai) ior n 1 in passt'ii'i-s ocf urnpJ late Thursday ni-ht on tlw A"aluut Hal cable lino. A tar a-vniliHi; t?iilort avenue hill rtoipi-d neai the suimnit to let off a passenger. Wlien il atteniL'ttti to start both the brako and the n fused to work, aryi the ear ran back wards with iiighliul velocity a quarter oi a mile to a curve, wbere it Mt t!ie track and pluiK'ed down an euibatikiu.-ut. All on board, except a baby were mure or l- bruisttl p.'id cut, but very straiirjely no brokt-u lr-Hies or other serious injuries re- ulte-1. 'lh; ear was ruined. Arvifirnt at the ( roton AUeturt. New Yohk, lee. 11. Two more inei vere seriously, if not fatally, injured Friday mormii; at tiio new aqueuuet works, iueir name are John Dillon, aed, and Thomas Kelly, a;;ed -4. Euth uit-n wire injured by the fail of stom in the shaft in which they ut work. Thirteeu Lives Lost. Kivekhox'U TVi. M. The Humane so icty life-boat, at Fourth port, whi'e Koing to the relief of r ULstresset vessel, rnday uionnn, was capsized and thirteen of the crew drowned. A CHt'gt' Inisl by Fire. I.oriKTTii, l'a., Uee. 11. One wing of the Fiai.t i co!k-iTt ani monastery was de- st co vefl I'V tiie Thursday. Loss, t"5,0X luliv insure I. SOMETHING UNUSUAL. A 1 niifiul and a Vt'ldig In the Same House Within an Hour. ttaw a, Out.. Dx 11. An extremely romantic marriage, wnieu took place here Thursday, furnishes subject-matter for the voting gossips of the city. Tlie facts are bnrfly these: Miss FJizibeth King, of Koch' estfcvitle, a ,mil n I-v.lv fii years of age, dk-d on iSunday last. IShe was iosses?ed of nnsiderable wealth, estimated et about MHUW0, prmcii:iUy in real esta'e securities In her will she left it nil conditionally tc Miss Chrissie King, a young lady of l.t, who had lived with her as companion, ami to Gil- Irvrt Allen, a young man of who had paid considerable attention t Miss Ghrissie, and had won the favor of. the old lady. The condition was that the young couple should be married to each other the day the lady was buried. The burial took place at o'clock Wednesday, and at 4 the marriage ceremon y was celebrated in the house of re cent mourning. Srriha Will Not Resign. New York, Dec. II. The petition for the retention of Mr. A. M. Scrda as national bank examiner for this district has signed by nearly every bank officer in th citv. It is now in the hands of Mr. Knocic, of the National Bank of the Republic. Tti bankers of this citv are a unit against th proposed change. Mr. Seriba says he will not resign as national bank exaniinfr, an'l will contest the attempt to remove him. A ireat Kaeer Sold. Lexington. Ky., Dec. 1 1. John Bryan has soi l to William Roekafeller, of New York, tho great It-year-old colt Wikl Rake, by Hnntiltonion Mambrino. dam, Merry by John Dillird. for 17.500. Wild Rake won the o-year-oH stake here last fall beating Nuthreafcer, Bermuda, and the California crack Sphyux. Best time, 2:iJ?4- He ha privately trotted since then in ti.'dl. Jones nf Flitritla Still In thr Kin;;. I.FTuriT, Mich., Dec. 11. Senator Jones of Florid, while out driving with his sod Clarence, had a narrow escape from death The horse run away and threw hira out ol the buggy. He is seriously injured. He an nounce that ho is a candidate fur re-nlection, and promises a disclosure shortly that will startle the country. Mutt Not Sinj; In Protectant CttiirrhcH. Cincinnati, Dt, 11. Thre isa great stir nrnong Catholic singers in this city, bcause of a circular from Archbishop Elder forbid ding tliera to sing in Jewish or Protest ni. choirs. There are a large number of such people here, and the discord that promis-'s to Ite raisetl on acccunl of this order will bv ne ctissanly great tl(?me-31'lp Cnnily for Maxwell. New Yokk, Dec. 1 1. Tbe school-books and home-made candy sent from Eugland by the mother o Hugh M. Brooks, now await ing execution a-i V.'alter H, Lennox -Maxwell in SI. I-ouis for murder, were passed through the customs Thursday free of duty, and forwarded to thor destination. A Clergyman ftlainiaaed. Coi.i jim;s, 8. C, Dec. ll.-'-Profisiior Vodrow has heen dismisswl by the Presby tArian seminary on account of his belief ir the theory of evoiutioti. A famous Washington, gambler, it is said, will soon qo to f reaching. He would have begun it ten yours ago. but he has only just now found a cure for his cough. It is Dr. Bull's cough syrup. John Hardwir.k. who has followed Carroll McBre, his brother's murderer for twenty one years, came up with him Dec. 1, near Southwest City, Missouri. The crime wag committed at Cedar Bluff, J Ala., in 1865. Having in our official capacity as mem bers of the Plymouth hospital com mittee been asked to test and prove the ellectivcneos of many different article! to be used as disinfectants in sick rooms and as preventives of infectious fevers, report that Darby's Prophylactic fluid has been thoroughly tested during the recent Typhoid epidemic in thiB place'. It proved most efficacious in staying the spread of the fever. F. H. Armstrong, 8. M. Davbnpobt, J. A. Opp. O. M. Lakck, Tnos. Kekb, James Leb, J". PAID THE PENALTY., Kobert Grmyer Hanged in SL Louis foi a Crime Committed in 1883. St. Louis, Mo., Dec, 11. Kobert colored, was banged in the yard oi the jail at 6:55 Friday morning. When asked if he had anything to say, he stepped to the edere of the scaffold and in a clear Vftfce said: "I wish you all good luck." Then, retreatint? to the trap, he stooi firm?y while the cap and noose were adjusted, fllie trap was sprung, and in twelve minutes Grayer was pronounced dead, having- expired with scarcely a struggle. Grayer murdered WiHiam Evans on July fi. lata. He admitted the crime from the day of his arrest, but urged in extenuation that he had been whipped m a light with his victim the day before he committed the deed, that Evans met hira that morning and taunted him, with the roost opprobrious epithets, with having done him up the night before; that his temper got the better of him. and he just picked up a stake in bis anger and struck his tormentor several times. During his last days on earth Grayer re pented bitterly, and was very attentive to the ministrations of his spiritual adviser, the Rev. Dr. Brooks. The unfortunate man did not know his age. Ho was bora in Browns ville, Tex., and was abandoned by his parents when a youngster. A Swindler Tut to Flight. Nashvim.e, Tenn., Dec. 11. Charles Tres- enreder, who came to this oity from Zanes- ville, Ohio, in 1HM, claiming lo represent the ntandnm Mfe insurance association, has been exposed as a fraud and kas iled the city. He opened an otliee and scattered cir culars broadcast over the southern states excepting Tennessee, and gathered a rich harvest of registered letters containing money. At last Dr. Hood, of ("ear Greek. N. C, came here to collect the funds due on a $2,iX! policy on the life of John ytillwell. deceased. Tresenreder refused to pay, and when threatened with proceedings at law took to flight. Aliened Deficit of 7.00). Washington, Ind., Dec. 11. Peter R. Ragle, treasurer of Martin, the adjoining county on the east, who was defeated for the office of auditor by Mike Tracy at the last election, is said to be short in his accounts. The deficit is thought to be about $T,0i)0, though an, investigation mm- swell that figure somewhat. Fortunately the" taxpayers will not lose a cent, as Mr. M. J. Carnahan, a wealthy merchant, of loogootee, and one of the bondsmen, lias come forward and paid into prcper hands sufficient money to cover all known shortage. Shot by a File uf SoIiImtk. City of Mexico, Dee. lb Public opinion in tins country is so strong against the in fliction of capital punishment that it was not generally believed that Francisco del Moral, hose execution was set forliiurstav, woulJ suffer the full penalty of the law, but Presi dent Diaz rel'iiNcd to allow the law to be in terfered wild, and the crimiiud was shot by a file of soldiers. He died bravely, protest ing his innocence to the la-4. His crime was the atrocious murdrr of a Frenchman. -Arrested foa Fraud. 'hicaoo, Dec. 11. James W. Hvkf. pro prietor of a public warehouse at W Mirh'gan avenue, wax arrested on a warrant isiud by Justice Lyon Friday for fradulently dispos ing of 2,Juy bags of timothy seed, the iro perty of the Merchant s Loan and Trust com pany, and valued at 1. ", and also foi isMiing a false warvhous r-sceipt- to the same company. A StNSAllON. Why is it that three bottles of B. B. B. are bold in Atlanta to one of any other blood remedy, and twice as much con sumed in the state of Georgia s uuy other preparation? o one need take our word, but simply ask the druggists. Ask the people. They are competent witnesses- Six houses in Atlanta are buying B. B. B. in five and ten gross lots, and some of them buy s often a? every two months. Whv these unpre cedented sales here at home with so iiltle advertising? Modesty forbids us making any reply. Had B. B. 11. been before the public a quarter or half a cenluery. it would not be necessary to be bolstered up with crutches of pape ddvertismcni.- now. Merit will conquer and down money. ?1 00 Worth $500,000 For tour years 1 have been a sullerer from a terrible form of Rheumatism, which reduced me so low that all hope ol recovery was giveu up. I have sulTcred the most cx'-ruciatiitg pain day and nL'Iit, and often while writhing in agony have wished I could die. I have tried every thing known for that disease, but ooths ing did me any Pood, aud have hai some of the finest physicians of the stale to work on me. but all to no duct. I have spent over$8M) without flndingrelief. I am now proud to sav that alter usine onlv one bottle of B. B. B- I am enabled to walk around and Attend to business, and I would not take $1MH for the benefit received from one single bottle of B. B B. I refer to all merchants and business men ol thrs town, -lours, most tniiy. E. () (iAKA Waverly. Walker county, Texas. HeSwaUowediy I have been troubled with a serious blood disease for six years, and have ex pended over $2oUHI for worthless rem edies which did me no good. The use of 15 bottles of B. B. B. has about cured me doing more (jood lhan all other remedies combined. Il is a quick and cheap blood purifier. O. II. RrDomi Talladega. Ala.. April 20. 16. Demonstrated Merit- Sparta, Ga., May 13. Bl(vd Balm Co. You will please ship us per first freight one cross B. B. B. It gives us pleasure to report a good trade for this preparation. Indeed has far eclipsed all other blood remedies, both in demonstrated merit and rapid sale with us. Rozikk & Yaudkm VN All who desire full information shout the cause and cure of Plood Poisons. Scrofula nui Scrofulous Swellings. Vict rs Sores, Hheumatism, Kidney Complaint Catarrh, etc.. can secure by mail. free, a copy of our 32 page Illustrated Hook of Woudcrs, filled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever before kuown. Address. Blood Balm Co.. - - Atlanta, vJ For sale by T. H. Thomas. .. . The grave of Hans Makart at Vicuna was profusely adorned with Uoweis on All Souls' Day. AH ENTERPRUIHO, EELIABLE HOUSE. Hartz & Babnsen can always be relied upon, not only to carry in stock Ihe lies! of every thing, but to secure the Agency for such articles as have well known mer it, and arc popular with the eople, thereby suslainrnptheiepuOilion of being always enterprising, mnd ever reliable. Having secured the Agency for the cele brated Dr. Kintr's 'New Discovery for Consumption, will sell it on a positive guarantees It will surely cure any and every affection of Throat, Lungs, and Chest, and to show our corrtidetice, we invite you to rail and get' a Trinl Motile Free. " ' -" - "' Base ball has been introduced into the Pittsburg insane asylum for the physical and mental improvement of the inmates. TEE BEST FHYB1C1AS8 OUTDUHE J. A. Crawford says: "I bay bad the worst form of Eczema two jeais.&nd fonnd no relief from some of our best physic ians wbo have made tk'rs dieas a speci ality. I was pewuadeel hi try PapiHon (extract of flax). Tbe relief I received was like a charm and I am well. I think Papilkm ona of tbe blessings of the age." Try VapuYion (extract of flax) Skin Cure vrbea all others fait: Large bottles tUX I.. ..U k. n 1 1 TCt ivi Bare ujr ,n. a. ucosnsu ; j. Infallible cure for casghs. Wo would most rosiiively stale that no remedy has ever met with such uni vetsal satisfaction or can be more truth. fully said is a positive cure than Bark's White Pine balsam. Sugar. A new discovery. Little Apprirot pills easier to take than sugar and far more bunehcial. feure cure for neuralgia, headache, heartburn, dyspepsia and bad breath. Try them. Stuart's Carbolic Acid Troches, certain cure for sore throat, cough's, colds and hoarseness. Wait one hour after eating before tuiiiug one of the troHches for dyspepsia. Stuart's Arnica salve, surest cure for cuts niul burns. Burks liniment cures all pains. Pearly teeth and a sweet bn ath can be had only by usiugCressler's Wild Rose tooth powder. Could not Sneak Aland - il u rVi Medicine Co.. Qninry, 111.: When in your store 1 was so hoarse I could not speak aloud. The first dose of your White Pine helped me, and by 9 o'clock 1 was entirely relieved. Twice since 1 have lost my voice, but taking Hit; Pine balsam a few time h:is given relief. Nothing ever benefitted me like tltia has. Mrs. (Juuok) J. II. Williams, 444 N. iih., Q'lincy. III. Two thousand yards of fidiiocl have been given to the aged poor of I Jerry, N. II., this full, according to the bequest of the late Sylvauus Brown. Tbe Fountain of Vitality. The source of phisical energy and mental activity, is the blood . Let this become vitiated with bile, or thin and waterv in consequence of indigestion mid non as similation of the rood, and an interrup tion of ihe functions of the body, and a loss of st'imina, flesh and appetite ensues. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters is a tonic specially adapted to restore all three, he. caue it assists digestion and assimilation, and removes bile and other impurities nmi the circulation. Protected and irt iij'.tliened with this admirable defen sive niAigoiaut ; the fryslem denes influ ences iuimicul to health, to which, if un regulated and fehte, it would undoubted ly succumb. Constipaii.m, oflen an ibstinate and chronic ailment, is entirely removed by it., ihe liver, kidneys aud bladder roused from inaction, find a ten dency to rbiuiuatism effectually counter acted. It also eradicates malarial dis eases. Fifty thousand tons of soot are t:ken from London chimneys in a year. It is estimated to be worth f 200.UOU and is u?ed us a fertiiizer, half a ton to an acre. WORTH. ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD. Albert Etntninser, Covington Ky., was atliicted with catarrh three tears. lie says: "After trying every known patent medicine which I saw advertised, none of which helped me, I tried Pinillon (extract of llax) Catarrh Cure as a last resort. It has made a complete euro, and is worth its weight in gold. I willgiyeyou ether n fere rues from purlieu who have been cured. It is no experiment, but a posi tive cure." Large hollies $ 1.00 at H. H. DeSruitos. Warm and cold" tnilk should not be uiixui. The new milk should be rid of its animal heat before nddio it lo that of previous milking. Care of Liver Complaint tow a Kai !. Hakoos Co.. Iowa, June fl. I have been using AHeock's Porous plasters tor four years, and think I could not get along without them. For a lone tiirc I was afflicted with a pain under my right shoulder blade; I aiso had con siderable dillcully in breathing. 1 ap plied an Allcoek's Porous plaster on my back, and one ou mv chest. I kept chang- ; them evcrv four davs. and at the end of three weeks was entirely cured. E. S . Stevens. A Mexican iu hwi'r Orthfornii l-ceenlly broke lr is Aim untl ili,ln"t fiinl it out for a week, lhinkins all that time 1h:it Hit limb was nu'rely sprailird. AN AHSWEK WANTED. Om any ouc briui; us a case of Kitlaev tr Liver t-'oniplaint that the Eletric Hitten. will not ? iweUily cure? w e say that tni-y can not. as thousauclsof cases already per manently turod aim and wbo are daily it! commending Electric Bitlers, will prove. liripit s Disease. Dialieloa, week m k. oi any urinary complaint quickly cured; they purify the blood, regulate the bowels, and act directly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guaranteed. For sale at Stic, a lioi tie by Harlz & liahnsen. A South Carolina hunter recently shot a buck whose head was whito and whose horns were short and curved like the horns of a goat. The habitual use of pills isa sure means of ultimately undermining health and lay ing the foundation for some of the most distressing cases of chronic maladies. Use Dr. Jones' He 1 Clover Tonic, a purely blood Ionic. It cures all diseases of the stomacb.livtT, blood and kidneys. Can bo taken by the most delicate. 50 cents, of druggists. M. Forlunat Gagnon has been elected to the New Hampshire Legislature. This is (he first time a French Canadian fcas received a political honor of the kind in the history of the United Slates. The properties of Mishler's Herb Bit lers are whoilv medicinal. It is cTim pounded on scientific principles upon a itennao formula, aim years old. Clergy' men, temperance people, and all oiher classes who oppose strong drink cn prin ciple, endorse and recommend our great household remedy. It is a sure cure for kidney and liver complaints. Il is best to cut up corn liefore the stalks become hard and dry. Fodder as well as hay may be injured by wailing until it is loo ripe. Jhe besl on earth can truly lie said ol Griggs (Jlyccrine Salve, which is a sure. safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises, scalds, burns wounds and ail other sores Will positively cure piles, tetter and all skint'ruplion. I rv lb ts wonder Dealer. Satisfaction guaranteed or money rcfuml ?d. Onlv S-S cents. Sold bv druggists. A young lady is driving a cabin Berlin. She asks thrice the ordinaiy fare, because she sits hy Ihe side of her employer while she drives him. WUen Vitiucg New York Slop at the jjewly opened and central ly located Sturtevant 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- son, proprietors. A carriage is half ironed .when it has the Hiee Coil spring. Besides, it's : pcrfict vehicle. It is easv-rlding. dursbt. and inexjiensive. There's nothing in tbe world to compare with it All carriage makers have it; and so have the Rice Clarriage Ppring company, Pittston. Pa The question of a proper food tor m fants interests all mothere; especially those unable to nurse their orfsfrrng. Mellln's food possesses all the requisltei as a substitute for mother's milk, and is ! highly 'ommended bv the medical faculty I r . . . , . , , . . of roin tuTope ana America, .' ADVICE TO aoTHFBB Are you disturbed at night and broken oi your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cuttiug teeth? If ao, send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children teething. Its value is incalculable. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately. Depend Uwn it mothers, there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom ach and bowels, cures wind colic, soft ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and gives tone and energy to the whole sys tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soolbing Syrup for Children Teething is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of one of the oldest and best female nurses and phy sicians in the United States, and is fot sale by all druggists throughout the world. Price 25 cents per bottle. feh-'irt-m-w-s m 1-y The man who dug the grsves for three husbands of Mrs. Fester, of Green Bay, became her fourth husband this summer. BUCKLER'S ARNICA SALVE. The greatest medical wonder of the world Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, can cers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chnp ped hands, and !! skin eruptions, guaran teed to cure in every instance, or money refunded. 25 cents per hos For ale hy Hart.K ,v. Hahnftee. The Chilians have ytue in strongly lor hone racing of late. It is now the most fashionable sport of the republic. J. CAR.3D. To all who ::re suffering Irum the errors antl In-tlscmtSoii.-iot you;h, nervous weakues;;, e;:r!y decay, loEStt l:lnhof!, fee, I will send a. reeli-o that will cure you, FKEE OF CHAKGE. Tlilsgreat remedy was ili-wveril by a niiastonary in South America. Remt n pcif-adi!rc?sci! ci:vi'!oio totho litV. JosKI'il T. IN MAN. S'-iti'-n . yew Yvrk City. Progressive jack-straw parties aie tak ing liii' place of proorecsive euchre par ties in fashionable Louisville .-ncietv. The ret-toration to htallb of our child we considered uncertain. When two weeks old die exu'nt cold. For IS months was cot ahle to hreathe throuuh her nos triU. Upon ufwinat Ely "a Cream Balm her difficulty is removed; she breathes natural lv. Mr. Jc. Mrs. J. M. Smith. Oswego, N. Y. I was troubled with Chronic Catarrh and gathering in my head, was very deaf at limes, had diseharLies from my tars, and WftS unable to breathe tinuULih my nose" liefore the second ho' tie of Ely's Cream Balm was exacted I was cured, and to-day enjoy sound healh. C. J. Corbin, 923 Cheslnut tlrcet, Field Man ager, Philadelphia Pub. Hou-uj, Pa. r:iisn:a:i r,::. seSo. 1 Chiceifo, Siis Clark St. -.v S Um jif.lir, 0:j-E!tll!shc i'lIYSICLVX & Sl'KGt'JN SKILL AND SUCCESS YOUNG MEN, MIDDLE-AGED MEN md all person; vho bv :!-r r cv.n act? ci Inipni- pn j ..i i'lr hsvt trc'Lght rlT-'-rtS fnif T ip Closely .m-p rrsM.it ot t'le laws o! eric' iMni Ir. dark'' at Nit :mis (Im s'S iwriih oi '!'- anti tc-s t.l rve lii attv by Wk mttluxls with Ii rr -Vre no dtltcrcmc t vlio tis idileu to cure you. ilence ir Folly jn-, Upon tflV h-:C S 1 iali:r, vwii i r.xi- tiit ones. Ili'MieeilMT! pnwtT treat ii ;:;: im what you hiv.- i .k-n Thf t'TvilTlo Dnitonj of Sil0!in and Ml hail hl;oil an.! skin -.isr, .Mr.ict' iy cradi- t--(l without mcn ury. is'ii.wlM-r tliat itiis one (i;rTi'le iiUa. if t-ted or in.ijriiwrlv ,!tcl. riirses the pr?' en t ;tni coming pet-cram ns. ?B".1I1 unnaltiral iii. har-cs mcd pr- n: tly tii'im hmlnncr Xci in-i"i. No exr timciiK Both con hi) It t.ini'ft ntially. .Atte :inl e-ip"ri'ncf iiniiri:in4. A w ri(t"H ci;iiaiit(- of euic cieiit in evi-ry rase ifi-rlaliii. Sufferers St-m :u chnmv lisease wiire llislrv and Syiu-'1j,is . t y.u:r dsc-iUinJy, dse solicited 'nt i" !i .iii'-), i;.n- f ,ik.J i o cure. iSn i i- ,t .ini-. ; r, I.rnii tl work, r.n sve a a 'J(lmiiitiv' s in tlmiat.loi; v l-y which i F.t:t.)y yiui tiw il i ;sr. C -ti-'j't-'tiin. m-Tsonaily t t-T Icttc, t'-f. I .-iiiili ii, r ttltl lctor. Thn;saiiN iirl. (lilu-cn -d i-;tri(ir! iiri- TllOst C.T.trHipi.Hil v yiY XftfZ SCnd Idt it ,h.tH ntiiiirjr your c consul: UK.M.A V., In letter orcail 1 ;n! i sol.len r --t.. urrfivm A.'Jtcs ft 111! (T. r ,-1 ;.h tl eX0tire, H-Mir-, H to S S;nni..v F. O. CLARKE, M. D., 186 So. CiarkSt., Ch'cago.lli. SEND 51. r finiiili' ri'taii bov trec of lite f.tr bv fi ies in .mri,-'. m1 - l, in , IciMllt hox,' :in,l 1 irt Iv iur.' Suit.ille fr 1 xpr,1.., rliarL''! H-ltil l.Vftrcl,, all C'lii cao. 1 ry it otic,,'. AJdro "anlectin,-r. lilnwui). I, oh Lb y tSnri !L vt5 f tot . .-.imp K . , .- , , ,- , , I -r-..n. I,'billlV. i, : r -V : " -tc c;in fill II. A25-CentBookforl2-cts. EUREKA RECITATIONS, By Mrs. anna IUmhu Pkfbu th- celebrated teacher aud eloc itimi.t.. Five iititnltan now rfady. Earn nee com. in eaires and hand lomc lithotrraph rovr. Ttirf onlv VI crntm eaih Addrep J S. tHJIl.VlP; A '.. -.nMipinr?, . O. box STtfi I SI Ko- ftrcet. .-w York. 48 FHl? CHEt'K in hour-, curt ? in 3 ami l'MVS lru ftoren. No. II. I'hiltt 40,IxLN V. and liWki-Ji: ne. hock lland LOST VANHOOi). VOl'THPCL IM- prudencf. Nervnns Jbtiily iin-d iiy riouinic .erve miters SftV Herb Veil. Cn. Phila.ro . Uruatore, andi 1 1 1 avc , Rock land. Many a Lady js beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. nap mft we 8 is inn NO FEE!! I csiil situs. 1 MM u r.,t.i fnOW rrnrr !) t l.M Mil nil... i. .bm s.:r.:. -4.1dr:" " - THE MOLINK W Aw N The Moline Wagon Comp'j rvCOXjXXsTEJ. ILitilNOXSI Manufacturers or Farn, Spring aud Freight WaKorjs. A full and complete line ol I'latfc km and other SrKiNO Wagons, especially adapta to the Western Trade, of superior workmanskip and finish. t;Br"IHuitrattd I'rice Lie! ?ree on ai,p!ieiiiion. See the Moline Wagon before pnrcbsain oera. W. E. KNICKERBOCKER, Metaphysician or Mild Cure, NO. SOD BRAUY ST., DAVENPORT. Diseases of ail Kinds Successfully Treated. CONSULTATION FREE. PAEK & Which prices. 3f";oine and see a. rvi Diseases of Hordes and Cattle. Charges Reoiialtle. Call .-i'.tenit'd lo niyht or day. Office at Z wicker A Fikk's Livery stable. Telephone No. lli) J. HOCK ISLAND, ILL. I New Hardware Store, NO. 162:3 SECOND AVENUE, MOTT & UDDERS, Proprietors. J iA gi-iteial line of Hardware. and Ciiryrt'nter's stipplit-s. THE "TIVOLI,' M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avknite, - Opp Harper House. Jp"The Ti'M.r' hat ln't-ty been ir;iiis'rr:iifd ttit; a Palace equaling in every repct the Hnw nalomsin Ciiir and utirpaMne Hnj'hin-; in the three cities. A nnmher of Mechanical Faof kop llic ertal-lthnici't cool durini; the not wtatber. The Liquid Kefrenbroent difjitiir-td at thtL estdhiiehmuDi ie in keeping with ilf firand imiirovcnu'Ut. An eieganl iunch ecrvt'd every morniniz. All kinds of Sandwiches f-rp'd ot hort vntirc. G-. BOEHLER, Ice Cream Parlors, Bakery, CONFECTIONERY, CIOAUS, Etc., No. 1109 Third Avenue, lloek Island". ii ! to EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. SALOON And B1LLIARD HALL, Ilelnw the C. IL I. & P. Drpot. Moline Ave., Kock Island. Til. Imported and I"tn-lic lit-er antl Wine, Fine Jbiior?' and fiari al iyi ou hand. Plumbing, Steam Knovks" yifatu l'uiups, WmiiKht,'n( and I r.d Packing of all km ..l i'iK'. Pip.' f. lriiiTi!' ("itMir! sml lira! (jotdr" and Stwer Pipe. Offlro antl Shoo Nv 517 WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE SEE BV EXAMININC &fcx3L -VVU.5rwater.lli 'X e lh AV, x rnvXiw1 y CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R'Y By reason cf its centrr.1 position, close relation to principal lines Hast of Chicairo and continuous lines at terminal points West, Northwest and Southwest .s the cnlv truo middle-link in that transcontinental system which invites and 'a itates ti avel anil traffic in e:ther direction between the Atlantic and Pacific The Rock Island niai'i line and brancnes include Chicaffloliet, Ottawa, La 8alle, Peoria, Gcncseo, Moiuie ar.d Rock Island, in TUinois; X'avenport, musc tine, Vrashinutoii, Tauauld, Ottumwa, Oskaloosa, West Liberty. Iowa City, Ilea Koines, Indianola, Winterset. Atlantic. Knoxvule, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Centre and Council Bluifs, in Iowa; Gallatin, Trenton. St. Joseph, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri; Leavenworth and Atchison, in Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and St. Paul, in Minnesota; Watcrtown in Dakota, and hundreds of intermediate cities, towns 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 steel. Its bridges are solid structures of stone and iron. Its rolling stock is perfect as human skill can make it. It has all the safety appliances that mechanical genius has invented and experience proved valuable. Its practical operation is conservative and method ical its discipline strict and exacting. The luxury of its passenger accommoda tions is unequaled 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 DINING CARS providing excellent meals, and , -between Chicago, SU Joseph, Atchison and Kansas City restful RECLINING CHAIR CARS. THE FAMOUS ALBERT -LEA ROUTE is the direct, favorite line 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 nailing grounds of Iowa and Minnesota. The nch wheat fields and grazing lands of interior Dakota are reached via Water-town. A short desirable route, via Seneca and Kankakee, offers superior inducements . to travelers between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette and Council Blank, St Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansss City, Minneapolis, Bt Paul ana inter mediate points. . All classes of patrons, especially families, ladies and children, receive from officials and- employes of Rock Island trains protection, respectful courtesy ana kindly attention. For Tickets, Maps, Folders -obtainable at all principal Ticket Offices la the United States and Canada or any desired Information, address, . B. R. CABLE, Pr'tiG'IITr'r, Chicago. E. ST. JOHN, Ass't Gen'l M'g'r, Chktgo. 10I.LIB Have received their- SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, have been plji-eil at very low 1 704 Second Avenue. R. J. IlOWEY, Veterinary Surgeon, (Of the Ontario Viiterina-'y Coll1 tie ) Havinu had Twelve years practice. I sin pre pared to treat all A sjieitialty of Slielf goodu Telepuone No. 1142 99 order. and Gas Fitting, Inspirators and Ejectors, f ercry descriutlon: Hubher Kiltte'iiil- St.. ROCK ISLAND. ILL CEOCRAPHV OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL THIS MAP. THAT THE E. A. H0LBR00K, Gw'l TM. It Ptw. Agt, Cklcaga fx fvfr