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VOL nXVIl. NO- 55 ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1888. PRICE FIVE CENTS. n GANGES -AND- RIVERSIDE OAKS, all sizes JSL "ESS, A CRACKSMAN'S FREAK. BESIDE THE CRADLE. HE WOULD ROB THE HOUSE, THEN KISS THE WOMEN AND DEPART. TOFT! (SSL1 all sizes?, for Hard. Coal. -A fine line of- Soft Coal Base Heaters. WOOD STOVES, all sizes and patterns, IJgrThw Vst stock to select from in the city, at DAVID DON'S, 1617 Second Ave. F. 0. THE HOPPE, TAILOR. No. iSoS Second Ave., ROCK ISLAND. BT 11 " T 10 TV t TTTfl 0 flA MVto ffl W.. 1 PLUMBERS ! Steam Fitters. A conU'te ptocfc of Pipe, Brass Goods, racking, Hose, Fire Brick. Etc. Sole Acrnts for "DEASHE STEAM PUMP37 awd SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS. We gnnrartTe pvprv r Twonl) tl 's tr iril! Cap, Davis Block, Moline, Illinois. Telephone JJbi. Safety Eeatin? Foilers, and Contrac tors for f'ui-Eishing and laying Water, Gas and trewer Kpe. 1712 First Ave., IWk Island. Illinois. Telephone U4x Kemdtucc Tcleyboue 100. TEE MOLINE "W AGON. DYSPEPSIA. I tbnt minry experienced when we snd d.;nly become, aware that we posse!" a ('.itSoiiru arrMQL'ftiif nt cal!-a a utomsch. The stomach i- the reerv iir from which, every fibre snd tissue mtiet be n'iirinheii, ami any tnnMe with II ie soon felt through out the whole systftn. Aukwk a cozen rtyspfptiofl rift two will haw the som re iloui'nHti' symptoms. T.v.rMit'cs of active mfnMl wtT and abiiiou- tempt-ranient fire sub ect to Sick Hkadcuk; those, ll.'ihv ttr.d ohltsinnTir havt- Oonsti !?, while the tliln bki mTvon are aftiulored to gloomy fnrebndiiisjs. ome ty"peitie art wowlerftriy forget fn i ; other have gn-at irmaniHu of tfinp-r. V "hat ever form dy.pftmvi tniv take, one thine is certain, thk i'mk:.tiv) 'Cause is in the Liver. spil otir Tlilnsr Trior.' tn equally cerrsin. no or? wilt remain ti) fpuiiik Im ii: sV-rs It will correct SEEBEBJl asMdity of the ul eases, all iiritation b?i - lav assist c.iffes- rioiuand at the same time Start the Liver to Working when alio'htT ir-ublos swon Jisaptifar. C'Utlirmcd ! 'My Kile wan a ci;ltrmea dv-n-T-pc. Some litres ew i;u !y trie aihio- .'f lr. Striner.of ftiiKra ln wine.-, try Si nin:nrit Liver IS tu a or. I fe! i;rat,-fn! rT Ltn- relief it hw K v.-ii her, hug biv tt i . ho n-nU thi- and are i. m n- i.ivt-r K' (iirtr and I Tt win M KerVbTFort ' ValT. j" Ga. A'fv fA jtow pf Genuine, wi:h red Z ou front of wraptwr. Prepurvd oDij by F. U. ZELIX & CO.. PliiUdelplua, The Mine Wagon Co., Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A tul! and rompiote line of PLATFORM tn' ottirr Pj Tinj; Varor-, Wcsiern lr:id- of m-rn-n'T wirf m: ti-hip I'-n'h 1 'u- prinliv adapted to th " I'r.T jsn free ou GRATES, Tile Hearths, Tile Facings, In great variety at JOHN T. NOFTSKEBS, Cor. Twentieth Street and Third Ave., Rock Island. J. A. GENUNG, The papular nml reliable Grocer, Cor. Eighth St. and Third Ave., ROCK ISLAND, will sell jnu Groceries as cheap as thoy ran te sold. He psjSjtlie liigbi'Si, market price for Farm Produce, aud ttlwttY9 hus ft nice stork od bund. FIBE, LII E AN D ACCIDENT IK ITJRANCE. J, E. Loosley &. Co., -GBNBRAb- InsurEJice Agents dnxa pnwnptly adjMted and paid at tb tgency. (SuccetBOT of Hayes & Cleave land.) Avney eeabltthd 1368. Office in Ben9ton's Block. Hermann Vlckery, th Noted California Thief Sine Tears In PrUon lld Not Chang film Riddled with Bullets WhiU AUetnptinc to Eaape. The burglar, Hermann Vickery, who was shot thi w-ek and fatally injured whilu mak ing a bold dash for liberty at Folsoni state prison, had a career Trbich is one of the most extraordinary m the criminal annals of the coast. California bas had many desperate criminals whom long residence in prison could oot tame but none of these ever showed such utter lack of fear as Vickery did. or sut'h remarkable disregard of danger when indulging in his favorite instime ot burglary, The pcitu-e onii-era who saw much of him and the prison officials all declared he was a crank, and they have pointed since his death, to his attempt to escape as proof of their ;oundness of position, but others who kuew him said was simply a confirmed criminal, with many eccentricities, which iwulehim as interesting studv as Black Bart, the poetical lone high wayman, who robbed stages for over ten years, and left a sarcastic note in doggerel every time he broke open an express box or slit a mau pouch. & DESPERATE CHAXCE. Vickerv certainly hadn't one chance in hundred to escape when be dropped bis tools and scrambled up the steep bank on the American river just below Folsom prison. He probably counted on the guards becoming rattled, as the governor was inspecting the place nt the time. As it proved, he made a good calculation. Although during his climb up the exposed side of abiuff for seventy feet be was in rane of a dozen Winchesters and one Gat hug gun, and the ground over which he passed looked afterward as if it had been rooted up by hogs where the shower of lead struck it, still Vickery reached within ten feet of saft-ty when three bullets struck him. He had gained the tip of the bluff, and another moment would have seen him safelv buried in the thick chaparral that grows on top, but when his figure was outlined against the sky hp made too fine atarget, and he was brought down by wounds that ended his life that night. As he was very fleet of foot and notoriously skillful in eluding pursuit, had he ; reached the shelter of the brush the chances ! were altogether in favor of his escape. BURGLARY WITH EMBELLISHMENTS. Vickery was a German who worked as a miner m Yreka, Siskiyou county, in the ex treme northern part of the state. There, about 1S70, he committed a series of burgla ries and was sent to San Qnentin for a long term of years. He made so good an impres sion on the prison officials, and his thefts had been so small that lie was pardoned about 1S75. He came to this city, and in the fol lowing year was convicted of perpetrating a remarkable scries of hurplanes that were the local sensation for n-ariv a month. After robbing a house it was his custom to visit the rooms of tnc female members of the family and kiss and fondle them. On several occasions he actually got into bed with sleep ing women, and when they awoke he escaped by a window or door which he had thought fully left oren. taking his plunder with him. iie was such a good sprinter that none ot the i (TUp store whom he kissed were seriously ill from the shock of awaking and finding themselves in a strange man's arms. Vickery surpassed all his previous exploits by getting into bed be side a wife while the husband was also asleep. The latter was aroused and chased Vickery from the house, but, as usual, the burglar escaped. He was taken, however, soon after while attempting to burglarize the premises of a Mr. Owens. He was sent to San yuentin for LAfLeen ydars but af tar nine years, according u toe wortmg or tne ijMMxiwin act, bis charged in 1SS, and as he had become a good carpenter, the jail officials thought he would lead an honest liie. RETURNING TO HIS OLD TRICKS. Tbev made a great mistake, however, as he returned to the city, and didn't even use up the money he had made by extra work in prison before he began his old business of burglary and annoying women. He trans ferred bis operations to Oakland, perhaps be cause of the superabundance of women in the nrettv city aerofw the bay. He chloroformed one woman, but be offered no outrage to her, although she was in his power for several hours. He caught a servant girl going out for an errand one night and kissed her, but when she tried to scream be choked her, and she was fou-id insensible. He robbed the poor box in St. Anthony's church and fol lowed this by actually grabbing a woman up from ber bed, kissing her and then disap pearing through the neighboring window. 1 be quiet district of Oakland, where these performances occurred, became so terror stricken that no women would venture out of the bouse after dark, and all doors and windows were securely bolted. Extra police were put on, and one night in May, Vickery was caught. He gave the name of Joel Jay, and was so greatly changed by prison life that it was with much diLuculty that be was identified. He was convicted and sent to Folsom prison for thirty years equal, in his case, to a life sentence, as he was then 50 years old. At Folsom be gave much trouble, as he was more cranky than ever and had long fits of surliness. He made several desperate at tempts to escape, but all were thwarted. Those who observed him in his last years in prison said he seemed to live only in the bo of breaking out, as his health was failing, and he could not have lived long. His death matched his life, for he took desperate chances which not one man in a thousand would have risked, and he came within an uce ot success. iSan Francisco Cur. tit. Louis Globe- Democrat. There, In bis tiny cot, be Is sleeping a sinless sleep: Bore, by bis cradle side, I sft and watch, and weep Watch, with the thought of bis future searing my weary brain; Weep, for the toil It will bring him. the sorrow. the care, and tbe pain Have I not done faim a wrong. In flinging him Into the Gtrife Will be thank me one day, think fon. for the thankless gift of lifer Wanted the Bole Himself. At the club the other day thev were re counting some reminiscences rf the war, when an old general on the retire iist of the armv remarked: "I will illustrate to vou the amount of in fluence possessed by officers over men, and the high state of discipline that prevailed during the first months of the war, by the following incident that occurred at the bat tle of Bull Run. In tbe heat of the action an officer, who has since become prominent aod well known throughout the country, was then in command of a brigade on the right of the line. While riding over the field he dis covered a soldier concealed in a hole in the ground, which was of just sufficient dimen sions to afford him shelter. The general rode up to htm, inquired as to hs regiment, and ordered hina to join it at onee. Tbe man looked him full in his face, placed a thumb upon his nose, and replied: ' 0h, no you Jonlt, old fellow t You want this hole yourself.' " New York Tribune, THE 8 C F FEB ERS FR1EXD. How many people who are suffering from blood poison the world knows not but read the following letters and you may be interested: FOUND BY AOCTDEKT. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 80, 1887. I have been a Bufferer for six years with catarrh, ulcerated sore throat and rheu matism of the cheat, from blood poison. About four weeks ago I was passing the Botanic Blood Balm store No. 8, North street, Baltimore. I went in and con sulted your agent about my case. He fare me one of your B. B. B. "Book of Wonders,' which I read. I called in a few days afterward and got a bottle of your Botanic Blood Balm -B. B. B. I sip now on my third botile and wilt say thai I have felt a marked improvement since the third day after commencing to use your medicine. I now have no trouble from my throat, and have improved so much in every way that I am sat is tied that by the use of your medicine I will soon be all right. I nave taken many and some good prescriptions and medicines for this trouble, but I think your B. B. B. tbe best remedy 1 have had, and I cheerfully recommend your Botanic Blood Balm to the public as the quickest and best blood remedy I have found, after six long years of search for health. Very respectfully yours, Joseph W. Flowers. 210 olemmors alley. Ghosts in Jail. In various parts of China there is a belief that the souls of very atrocious criminals who have either been executed or died in prison are sent back from Hades by Yenlo, the judge there, to undergo a further term of imprisonment, one death not being enough to expiate their crimes. When the second term of imprisonment is judged to have ex pired the district magistrate beseeches the tutelarv de.tv of tbe city to accompany bim to tbe prison in order to acquaint the ghost of his release. Tbe order is supposed to reach the Imprisoued by burning it, a ceremony which is solemnly crried out in the jail. On Aug. 19 last the district magistrate of the city of Soochow had placards posted up in viting subscriptions of imitation money for the ghosts theu in the citv jail This was all duly burned and thus converted into cur rency, which would be useful to the ghosts on the long journey before them. London Tunes. A Woman's Discovery "Another wonderful discovery has been mNde, and that, too, by a ladv in this countrv. Disease fastened clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severeMa tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She bought of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption and was o much relieved on taking the thst dose that she slept sll night, and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutr " Thus write W. C. Hamnck & Co., of Shelhv, N. C Get a free bottle at Hirtz & Babnsen's SSOO&tward. ' We will pay the above reward for any case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick headache, indigestion, constipation or costiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes containing 80 sugar coated pills, 25c. For gale by all druggists. Beware of counterfeits and imitations. Tbe genuine manufactured only by John C. West A Co., 862 W. Madison St.. Chicago, 111. There will be but four farmer in the next Missouri state senate, and only one merchant, while tbe lawyers number tentytwo. In the pursuit of the gooa things of 'his world we anticipate too much; we eat out the heart and sweetness of world lv pleasures by delightful forethought of them. Tbe results obtained from the use of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all stomach, liver, kidney and bladder troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer, blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and malarial diseases. Price, BO cents, of druggists. OSK BOTTLE DID IT BOILS CURED AND HEALTH RESTORED. B. B. 8 Co., Atlanta, Ga: Gents My sister was afflicted for a number of years with boils scattered about all over her person. They would make their appearance every spring, and last thtough tlie summer and until late in the fall. Her health was sd)y Im paired, losing flush and strength every day; in fact, they were sipping her life. I gave her one bottle of B B. B , and the tffect was like magic, producing a complete cure and restoring her health. Todsy she is perfectly sound and her health fullv restored. It is without douht the best and most valuable blood purifier now on the market. D. M. McRab. Watsepboro, Miss , July 14, ISttT. IK FORMATION. All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons, Scrofula and Scrofulus Swellings, Ulcers, Sores, Hheumntism, Kidney Complaints, Catarrh, etc.. car secure by mail, free, a copy of our 83 page illustrated hook on wonders, filled wi'.h the most wonderful and startline proof ever before known. Blood Balsam Co , Atlanta, Ga. There arc fourteen different towns and cities in the United States named Au- fuel a. and there is never a day that freight and mail matter is not going wrong. GOLD MEDAL, PAUI3, 1B78 BAKER'S Corim, iivm w hu h Utr exi fas nt Oil ha twit nMiinvctl, !: luMinertf than tkrre tir.is the ttrevffth of tot-"-. Eixt'tl will" March, Arrow null or Sn;r. m il thi rrlir fnr nioi economical, costing !. then nne tmt a rni. It ! liclltSoii. iiiwrislntip. fitrenptnciiuiB, essnr rti(Mtl. and mlmirntily tirtaritrtl tr invalid as well ad lor prsuns in buuilb. I bold by Crocenirverywhere. W.BAEER & CO., DuTduaSer.laa ii sta "West Side Market Square, - E0CK ISLAND, ILLS. Has He Urges Dining Room in the tri-nities seating capacity 250 persons. 25 cents buys good wholesome meal 25 cent Days for a nights' lodging in clean beds. City Boardem at reasonable rates. p 8 ill must come sober. C. D. G0RD0X. Proprietor. TVT YTRBUEY. PlumTjing, Steal and Gas Fitting, h K.n vies' Steam FumDS. Inspirators and Ejectors. 'x MU a;u ivy pe, ripv rming sou v Alr ' t1 Kinds, irrain lue anu oewer njw. J : . - TJtn . J QV.. V. Q17 Irish ussWlth Mr... Kin a lnLiAfUU. ! OUVU aif5-.- , Believed and Cur ed. No detention from btiMtiess, and without the injury the hard, erne) truss es inuict. Send lor circular. Air Cushion Rupture Cure Co, Rupture W XCrM ! M f I TO 6 PATB.j Q MMaolybrtfc PlrsnCkSBloalOo. V Oiaoiiuiatl JsJS BigGtlRAfchc . U1MV4;. sal sat Israel ton in tbe cure of Gonorrticpft arid ULwt. I preflcriltc it and feel safe In recommend inn It to nil pnnYrers. 4. J.KVOWR. 1. . Decatur, !H PRICE. 1. CO. Snlrt vt- Drap'-'St. Gfcicap tesrvsfsry iTCArtK BkUUKivnivnuui it... ilinr,(it' r.iiirt Ho ITU. IVIUdlWf VOCAL A INSTRUMENT.!., DRAmATIU ART, !?i U. VciiTDil H ITHItl MALI. nriljHMJ. IIRAMATiClEPT.. nn l-rdn-' tliiiMniKLliATZkft. THK TEKDICT CNASIMOC8. W. D. Suit, druggist, Uippus, Ind testifies: I can recommend Electnc Bitters a the very best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every cse. One mn took six bottles, and was cured of rheumatism of ten vesrs' standing. " Abraham Hurt, druupit. BtllvilK Ohio, affirms: "The bt-st selling medicine 1 have ever har.dled in my twenty year experience, is Elect nc Bitters. is nf nthers have added their testimo ny, pn inar xnc vernicT is unnnimouw inT Electric Bitters do cure all diseases of the liver, kidneys or blood. Only a half a dollar a bottle at Hariz & Babnsen's drug store. Absolutely Pure. This Dowiernever Tanes. A mangel of pnrlty, itrwiitnh and who'einnieneB : more economy lAantheorrttiSTT kinds, and cannoi he sold hy competition with the multltode of lowtert, shorty welsibt alanior hriil)Te mwden. not (nJi hti. bhikj Powdir Lo., leswaiist. N TnrV Abtsraiv Stupid To uilow prejjilire or ignorance to eet tbe botterof good judgement. It bss been conclusively proven that constipation. bad breath, dyspepsia, kidney affections, and all diseases of tbe livar, stomach and bowels have bean cured by simply taking Simmons Liver Regulator. It is harm less, not unpleasant, and easily procured, so there if no reason to be ignorant of this remedy we especially commend to your notice for trial. CURES Headache, Toothache, Earache, NEURALGIA, CORE THROAT, Catarrh. Croue, Frost Bites, Sort Nippies, Cakad Breasts, Lama Back, RHEUMATISM Sprains, Bruises, Cuts. Burns, 014 Sores, 4c Sold bf Druqqistt. SOc. and ? 1.00, ;ML1(i'B BLOOD AND LIVE PILLS. Best in the World. Try Them. Z50. BONO BOOK FREE. Address wizard oil co CHICAGO. A worn ho of HutfticgCon, Conn., who Tbous-! thiny-hve jears of sge, has had nine nusoanas. BrCKI.EK'8 ARNICA SALVE The bst salve in the world for cats, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures iiiles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale bv Hartz & Bulmsen. The monster 111 ton cannon recently manufactured in Germany carries twen- v miles. AOV1CI TU UTBKHS Are vou disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cutting teethr it so, send at once and get a bottle or Mrs. w mslow's Soothing sjrup for children teething. I ts value is incalculable. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately. Depend upon it mothers. there is no miniate about it. it cures dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom ach and bowels, cures wind cone, son ens the guns, reduces indammation. and giyes tone and energy to the whole sys tem. Mrs. Wins'ow's Soothing Svmp for Children Teething is pleasant to tbe taste, and is the prescription of one of the oldest and nest female nurses and phy- sicians in the United States, and is for sale by all druggisU throughout the orlrt. iTtc 25 cents per bottle. Grape Juice. A writer in Pacific Rural Press tells his method, as follows: In the first place I stem the grapes and press out tbe juice into a tank, letting it stand over night to settle, in the morning I rack it off and then alter, thus rendering it free from ail vegetable matter. I also take a quantity of black grapes and put them in a boiler, letting them come to a boil, in order to produce a dark juice, 1 hu juice 1 niter. Now, by blending these juices, any shade of wine I desire is produced, from a light pink to a deep claret color. I then put the win in a boiler which should be copper, witb a faucet at the bottom for convenience in bottling and let it come to a brisk boil, skimming what rises to tbe surface. It is now ready to draw off into bottles, which should be standing in hot water to prevent breaking on the introduction of the bot juioa When the bottles are filled they should be corked immediately, and then dipped into melted rosm, which seals them air tigut. A IJbelows Term. A Philadelphia court has decided in a case of some rival candy makers that "daisy," applied to a r. omon witb intent to belittle her, is a libelous Km, and one for whose use tbe defendant in tshat cam must pay roundiy. The Ghost of a Chanea "Materializes" and becomes a veritable reality when health, will o' the wisp often chased in vain, is sought by the nervous, dyspeptic, bilious invalid through the agency of HoBtelter's Bloid ach Bitters. Looming in the distance at first, it is surely drawn toward the suffer er by tbe Bitters' potent influence. It incorporates itself with his being. It is seen reflected in the hue of the counte nance, the animation of tbe eye. it is felt in a sense of renewed vigor, in tbe restoration vf nerve tranquility and digestion and undisturbed nightly repose, What person, suffering from any of the maladies to which tbe Bitters are adapt ed, will postpone the means of cure knowing it can be relied nponf Dyapep sia. conatipation, malarial disorders, rheumatism, biliousness, kidney inactivi are certainly conquered by it The girls in the university at Minne apolis are to be drilled in regular soldier fashion and to carry real guns. A com Who of us are without trouble be tbey small or large? The blessings of health are beet uppreciated when we are sirh and in pain. A hacking cough, a sevnrk cold, or any throat or lung disease are very troublesome; but all ot these iiav be luicfely and permanently cured by Dr. Bigelow's Cure. Safe and pleasant for ihi nreu. jt'nce W cents. Subscribe for the Dily Argus. Mary Anderson has brought over with her two or three new lyrics by Tennyson, which she will recite during ber next season. The Population of Rock Island- Is about 20,000, and we should say at least one half are troubled witb some af fection of tbe throat and lungs, as those complaints are, according to statistics. more numerous than others. We would advise all our readers not to neglect the opportunity to call on their druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's balsam for the throat and lungs I rial size tree. L.arge bottles SOc and $1. Sold by all drug gists. A man killed thirty-one snakes near Sylvania a few days ago. They had made their borne in a log. Dyspepsia Makes the lives of many people miserable, and often leads to self-destructioo. Distress after eating, sour stomach, sick hcidache, heartburn, loss of appetite, afaint, " all pone" feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and Irrcgu .. larky ot the bowels, are UlStrCSS some of the more common After symptoms. Dyspepsia does p not got well ot itself. It EStlfifc, requires careful, persistent attention, and a remedy like Hood's Sars partlU, which acts gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tones tbe stomach and other organs, regulates the digestion, create a good arpetite, and by thus Sick overcoming the local symp- KodflchQ toms removes the sympa- neuuduiw ttietle eCccts of the disease, banishes the headache, and refreshes the tired mind. " I hare beon troubled with dyspepsia, I bad but little appetite, and what I did eat ii... distressed me, or did me nearx lutle FOod ln an nour bum after eating I would expe rience a falntnefis, or tfred, all-pone feeling, as thouph I had not eaten anything. My trou ble, I think, was acerbated by ny business. which is that vt a painter, and frcm being more or less shut up in a Sour room with fresh paint. Last e. . spring I took flood' Sarsa- StOmaCn rilU -took three bottles. It did me an Immense amount of good. It gave me an appetite, and my food relished aud satisfied the craving I had previously experienced.' George A. Page, Watertown, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilia Sold by ill (LTirrfJti. fl;iiforfJ. Prepare! onl, bjC. I. HOOD & CO., Apotbecaritl, Lowell, Km. lOO Doses One Dollar r a' m, OaS.ib OU tVtaVMctifiil vouvctmAH Awn snnnrmi . iruiuiwinii niiu vuuulvu . i I. .t:ll TmI!, .ilk Ika lroafM .r nirrtT a nTrnnvpifl dmll ana Ji?. IATiTi aronic. HcrYons ana PTlvatc Diseases. NRVOiIS DEBILITY. Lost Man hood, Failing Memory, Exhausting Drains. Terrible Dreams. Head and Back A.che ami alt tSerffejuieAii.n 10 early decay ami terh;p ton- sumption or inssntty, treaiw soeiiuncauy oy : Arf-SYPHILIS at!,! all bad Blood and Skil TliP3r nrm rirntlv cured. rKIDNEV and URINARY complaints, Glest. Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele tnd ail tliseaies of the Genito-L' niwry Oigat cured prom pi ly without injur)' to Stomach, Kidneys or other -,ia:n. ro experiments. Age and experience imnartant. Cooulllion free and sacred. rfend 4 cents rxu.-e fa Celebrated Worka on Chronic, Nervous .md Delicate Disease. B J I riiMC ci'teiuD .iime Mamace fud for Dr. Clarke's celebrated cjhIc Male and Female, each in ce"U. boih 7. cent (siainm). Looiult the old Doctor. A tVteniily lrtt r-r call may save future sutT-rinc aid sh mr. a"d arid gnlden years to lite aVBxk "Life's tSecet) Errora," so centi C-t.mtil. Medicine aHi witincn sent ever-where. srenre frim exposure. Hours, 8 to 8, Sunday $ to ti. Address F. D. CLARKE, M. D.v 136 So. Clark St., CHICAGO, ILL. Doctors' Bills. Nearly all diseases originate from in action of tbe liver, and this is especially the case with chills and fever, intermit tent fevers and malarial diseases. To save doctors' bills and ward disease, take Simmons' Liver regulator, a medicine that increases in popularity each year, and bas become the most popular and best endorsed medicine in tbe market for tbe cure of liver or bowel diseases. T elko rap h. DtibuQue. Iowa. The population of Germany, according to the last census, is 40.855.7U4. The average length of life is on the in crease. The science oi medicine uas maae great progress; many diseases are now controlled that were formerly thought in curable The greatest discovery Is Ur. Bigelow's Cure, which cures consump tion in stages that other remedies are of no benefit. Coughs, colds, croup, whoop ing cough, bronchitis, and all throat and lung diseases speedily and safely. Price 50 eents and $1, of druggicts. QHANCERY NOTICE. STATU OP ILLINOIS, I Rock Ilasd Coumtt. In tbe Circuit Court, January Term, 1841. Lain B. McCsll vs. David H. McCall -In Cotn- ferr. AiBdsvitof non-reMdencfl of David H. McCall the above defendant, having been filed tn the ciera omceor lueurcuu wart or saia county. notice Is tnereiore nereov fil-en to the raid noa recident dffeDriaat that the complainant filed ber bill of complaint tn aaid codxi, od tbecbanrery mertsoi, ddioc i weDiT-aevenij nay r vember, lSSn, and thai therevuon a unrarnons sued out of aald court, wherein said suit la bow pending, returnable on the first Monday in the month of Januarv next, a la bT law reauire.. Now, utiles you, the said nonrenidi't defen dant above nared. hall perOnailT be and appear before aald circuit court, on the ftrrt day of the next term u ereor. to ih doiod at kocb loiana in and for said couniv. on tbe first Mod iar in Jan nary next, and ulead, answer or demur to tbe aald cooipiaioant's Din or cnmDiaint. th aame ana me mat'er ana ia mann ana tainjr tnereia caarc- ert and sta'ed will be uken a coafesoed. and decree entered wainat jon according to tue pray arm miu ow. Kock Island, 111., SCoremberTT. A. Tt. Pw. E. H. BOWMAN. Jr.. Clerk of amid Circuit Court. S W. Hobst, Coapt'a Sol. "ec8tlf Ef2S6& PJ of 100 hat been organUed. Fresh tomatoea, anap beans, new onions and other tender vegetables are in the Ocala, rla., market. The hest on earth can truly be said oi Gngn'e Glycerine Salve, which is a sure, sale and speedj cure for cuts, bruises, scalds, burns wounds and all other sores Will positively cure piles, tetter and all skin eruption. Try this wonder healer. Satisfaction guaranteed or money reiuna d . Only K cents. Bold by druggists'. THE K Oil HE SAVINGS BAKU (Chirtod by tt Legidtliinol IUlnals.) MOLINE. - ILLS. Open dally from t A M, to S P. M., and onTnea- oay ana eataraar Bvcniafa rrutu 1 to 8 o'cloclc Interest allowed on Des posits at tbe rate of 8 per Cent, per Annum. Deposits received in amounts of f 1 and Upwards. 6ECCRITT A5D ADVANTAGKi. The private property of ta Traateea la rsei tbieto the depoaitora. Theoolcers are Drohib ted from borrowlog any of Its moneys. Miaora and marnea women protected by apecial law. OrricBB" : 9. W. Wbibltics, President ; Johv uood, vice rresiaeDXMj. r. hbmbsw.t, t;aeDiet. TRUiTixa: S. W. Whaelock, Porter Hklniier, C W. Lobdell. kelson Cheater. H. W. Can dee. C. T Orants, A. 8. Wright, C. F. H emu way. Jobs Good; J. M. Chrlny, C. H. Stoddard. etTThe only hartrd aaviogs Bank m Keck health is Wealth My Poor Back ! That "poor back" h held TMpoMJjle for more than m stare ot ui suHencs a, nankind. If your dog bites a nun wh kicks it, do you blame the dog ? On the as; principle the kidncyi aiier their protest resulting constipation. 1 liese force tnem system of the poisons which are the blood. Then tlie sufferer says the eased. "Not yet;" but they will the blood poriScd, and the constipation of kidney troubles, and Paine's Celery With its tonic, nfyi ig, and laxatne kidneys, maki e it almost mfalliWe i If vnitr linnM of CUTC have DOt a f.-. i ik .1 wnn romD un ui mni ,w punna; u gires Jicnca iioiitu w. r Sold by Druggists. s 1 1 AM against ncrvonncs, rain re Liooo, snt. to do extraordinary work in riM:rg the result of effete matter retained m tae hack aches: the kiJncvs are fits- be de4 the n;n es are strenjtlienc:!. rei,vc.l. These --i the m.-:s CompouiK roraoves l!icm r-.c-A: effect, it also slrent'thens ihe sesk cjring all diea?es . the nerres arid becn realUed, try PitVs Celery Cera- WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO. BURLINGTON, VERMONT. Send for 1l!-ujiati:d Paplr. Proprietors, JOHN VOLK & O-ENERAL CONTRACTORS -AND- HOUSE BUILDERS. MAST FACTUR EBS OF Sash., 'Doors, T31inds, Siding, Flooring, Wainscoating and all kinds of Wood Work for Builders, Eighteenth St., 1 -tween Third and Fourth aVenne, Rock Island, UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY Or THE COUNTRY, WILL OBTAIN MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS Kir UI THE GREAT f?OCK ISLAND ROUTE. (Chicago, Hock Island & Pacific and Chicago, Kansas & Kebraska By.) Its main lines, branches and extension we'Bt, northwest and eontbwest Include Chicafiro, Joliet, Ottawa, PeoriH, La Rulie, Mniln, Kock Inland in ILsLINO IS Davenports Miusctitiae, Ottumwa, OpkaJoosa. Weet Liberty, Iowa City, Des Moines, KnoxviUe. Winterset, Atlantic, Audubon, Harlan, triithne Centre, and Council BintB in IOWA Minneupolis and fct. Paul in MINNE SOTA Watertown and Sioux Falls in DAKOTA Gallatin, Trenton. Cameron, St. Joseph, and Kansas City in MISSOURI BeaTnc-, Fairbury, and Nelson in NEBRASKA Hortnn, Topeka, Hutr'hinpon, Wirhita, Belleville, Norton, Abilene, Caldwell, in KANSAS Colorado Spnnjrs, Denrer, Pueblo, in COLO RADO. Traverses new and vast areas of rich fanrlr-jr and ertizin? lands, affordlnfr the best fftciiitis of intercom mi mica tlon to oldrr ST4it end to all towns and cities in Southern Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, CtAb, New Mexico, Indian Territory, Texas, Arizona, Idaiio, Calil'omid, and Pacific coast and trans-oceanic beaporta. SOLID FAST VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Of Palace Coaches leadinir all competitors in splendor of eauipment and luxury of accommodations run torouirri daily beru-een Chicago and Colo rado Springs, Denver and Paeblo. Similar MAGNIFICENT vESTIEULK TRAIN SERVICE daily between Cblcajro and Council Bluffs rOmaha , and between Ctiicagro and Kansas City. Elegant Day Coachet. Dining Cars, Reclining Cbair Cars iFREE, and Palace sleeping Cars. California Excur sions dailv. Choice of routes to and from Salt Lake City, Portland, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and intervening localities. Quick time, prompt connections and transfers tn Union Depots. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Runs superbly ennhroed Express Trains daily eacb -way between Chicago, HOCK isiam-:, au-iiimjd, .loaepa, apolls ana St. Paul. hunting and tihinp The Favorite Tourist Line to the scenic resnrr-R nnH grounds of the Northwest. Its Watertown Branch courses through the most productive lands of Northern Iowa, Southwestern Minnesota, and East Southern Dakota. THE SHORT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers facilities to travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafnrette, and Council Bluffs, St. Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and St, Paul. For Tickets, Maps. Folders, or desired information, apply to any Coupon ST. JOHN, General Manager. CHICAGO, n-La. E. A. HOLBROOK, Gen'l Ticket Pais. Agent Dr. K C Wett't erre and Brain treatment, a gnaiantceti toeciic for hyntria, diazineM, eon- vuiKKini, htp, nervoai oearautia, neanacae, ner toum Drutrstion caused bv the nue of alcohol or tobacco, wakefulness, msntal dcprettiioa, oft,n- mgol the Drain waning in insanity ua icaaing to misery, de -aj- and death, prematare old age, barrenness, kweof power in either sex, Involnn tary lowen and rpenoatorrhoea caused by OTer txertion of the brain, self abuse or orer Indal ;enr. Eaob boxcoatalniooeniontb'stratnient. 1 a box. or fix boxes for . sent bv mau prepaid on receipt of price. WE GUAR TIT IK 1IX BOXES To car any case, with each order re eel Ted by ns for six boxes. acoampania mtn so, we win end tht DnroliaMr on r written pnarantee to re- rnnd toe money lr tne treacmeriT aoes not aaeoi core. Guarantees isseed only by Marshall m FlKher. Harper boaas drug alore, eo.e agent Rock Island 111. LOTOS FACE POWDER a. les Aluiu: h.lrr:roolexlTO PhooM &MDL6 HOY tCPATIS f ttie iaxoel tmpurted acd unauloiousir arkoowl FACE POWDtK. iln.nntn in I, . nArfMttlT harmlN). lmrlfrrP'l i.i ii.ir:iia mnA mviaihlav Fnr al eerrwbeT PtIh. M. mA At) nr Bok. Ak nui dnigjiirt tur it or write for postauJ sample box to J. F. LLOYD & CO.. Sole importers, AT and Aw Wwklmi trt-rt, ( HICA430. LOTOS FACE POWDER Fob Sale bt thi FoLunrne DBcoam Marshall & Fisher, Harts & Bahneen, and Frank Kadler. DRUNKENNESS Or tk4 Lfusmr llabu, PesliWely Cared Of aminiiprio ur. utian l.aldea nerlflr. It can be (riven in ectip of cude or tea without tne unowieoneoi ine person ikiq ii ;iBoeoiuii narmieM. ann win roeci a permaneni ana m aure. whether tbe natient la a moderate drin sn lMlitltc wreck. Thousand of drunkards have hMn mutt temnrat meo who hav taken tioldeti dpeciQc in their s;Te wit boat their knowledg aud to-day bf livp th? onli drinking of their own freewill. FT NKVKR FAlIA, The STium onoe tainreirnatrd with the Hpeciflc. ft becomes aauuer iVls by T. H. TaoMaiTand kURStliIi rnUEB, DruggLsu, Kocilaiaad. IWi. O O w ti SLIPPERS. -BARGAINS IX- HOLIDAY SLIPPERS 0ARSE & C0.S'. The finest Line and Prka the Lowest in the city. The Latest Styles in Boots and Shoes. 1622 Second Avenue. SLIPPERS. Q co H O O JOHN EC. RANSGN, (FormerlT ot Coal Valley.) Dealer in GMce Wines, Liprs BHEE AND CIGrA.ES, Ko. 1717 Second Arenac Rock Island. J.T.DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue OLSElsr & PETERSON, And Dealers in Flour, Feed, Baled Hay and Straw, Crockery Glassware, Cutlery, Etc. J"r)teamiaip Agency and remittance to any part of Earop. 601 tad 60S Ninth Street, Book IsUad, HI, rs.i 1 1 iKto p ft-