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VOL XXXVII. NO- 74.
KOCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, I8h9.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
My Poor Back !
Thit " pr back " is held responsible for more than its shnre of the sufferings o?
. j ir ..mir Ana Viite a man who kirks it. do vou blame the doc ? On the satn-:
pnnriple the kidney ulter their protest
faulting constipation. '1 liese force them
.ystem of the poisons wmcn are tne
!,.)od. Then the sufferer says the
,ied. "Not yet;" but they will
the blocl purified, n(l ,he constipation
ey troubles, and Fame s Lvlery
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EXPERIENCE OP A SOLDIER WHO
WAS FATTENED FOR THE FEAST.
Two of Hla Com anions Go Fiahlne; and
Nerer Return 1 1 Conxtant Dread or Be
Ina; Roasted and Devoured Reamed at
Last by i:elllger--nt Arabs.
A Hnussa soldie- named Alakni, injthe
ervice of the Congo State, had a thrUling
experience a trhiJe igo, which Capt Coquil
hat says is one ol fit most drauiatic inci
dents that has corn to his notice iu Africa.
He was one of throe soldiers whom Capt.
Hanssens left at th mouth of the Aruwimi
to man a little station which Hausseus estab
lished there. The ca ptain steamed away, leav
ing these men don i among the worst canni
bals in the Congo basin, and several months
later Alakai told C ipt. Coquilhat this story
of what happened:
"The chief of tiie village," he said, "told
Capt Hausseus th( t he would protect us as
he would his own children. He asked us
not to leave the vii age, os he could not an
swer for what his neighbors might do. 'Be
prudent,' he said. Several days passed qui
etly, and then aboi t noon one day several of
the villagers asked my comrades to go with
them over to an island to fish. I opposed
the excursion, lit it was no use, as much
pleasure lid been jromi.-ed the ima, and so
they wett away vit'u t . io fULers. A little
after nightfall the canoes of Iho returning
Qslernic:i touched tbt shore, but 1 did uot
see my two coini ades among them. Tear
iuj; trt-ason, 1 hid myse lf iu an abandoned
US SAW BIS COMRADES COOKING.
Soon after a fir.) was buiit near the place
where 1 was conci aled, and after a while 1
could siuel: the odor of cooking meat. I be
lieved t!:ey wero roasting tiie Besh of my
friends, nud the thought tiled tae with hor
ror. 1 crept out into t!io darkness, and,
lying in the tail grass, I could see everything
that was going on at the tire. Large pieces
of meat were roasting over the coals, and
soon the cannibals took out of a large jar
two human uead.s, which 1 recognized
inose or my eomraufs. ilauv nion were
laughing around the fire, and others were
attending to the cookery.
"I crept away through the grass and bid
in the forest, but t.id not go very far from
the Eosoko villages, for I hoped tliat one of
our steamers wou! 1 come there before a great
while, t or weeks I lived on roots and wild
fruits and a little raw manioc that in the
night time 1 took I'roni the fields. In about a
month I was dis-overed by a woman who
was looking for medicinal plants. She gave
the alarm and 1 was seized, token back to
the village and delivered to the chief who
had made the alliance with Capt. Hanssens.
ft hen I was alone with him I told him he
had a terrible account to settle with the
whites for what h had done. The chief said
he was not responsible for the. death of my
friends, for if thev baa followed his council
they would have lieeu safe. lie told 1: that
if I would promi to tell the captain my
friends had been accidentally drowned he
would protect me. I promised to do so. The
chief put a guard over me, but aid cot con
line mo. and lor some weeks I hoped to
eseai the fate of mv friends.
"Then the people of the village went to the
chief and demanded my body for a feast. 'It
is useless,' they sa.d, 'to hope to satisfy the
white ni;in by resioring to him only one of
his men. Since ne Lave killed the other men
it is better to make way with this witness of
the act.' For daj s the chief refused to give
mo up to his men, but I saw at last that he
was certain to yield to the solicitations, which
were becoming m jre and more pressing. So
I seized an oppoi iur.ity one dark night to
take refuge a secc nd time iu the forest. Be
lieving then that our liouts would not reach
the Aruwimi aga v. for tliree or four months
I buried myself i: the interior. It'ot dar.ng
to approach the (kids I no louger had manioc
to eat, and my s reugtb dinimiahed day by
SAVED DT CIS TATTOO HARES.
"After living iu great misery for over
three months I cautiously advanced toward
the Villages. Onj day I heard the puffing of
a steamer. It was the missionary vessel
I'c-ace. I went down ts the bank, but the
steamer was far i:way and did uot see ma
I saw the white men lake tome villagers on
board, evidently to get news of us. The
natives said, w.ihcut doubt, that we had
gore away, for they were soon released and
the steamer went 011.
"Some of the natives who at the sight of
the vessel had del into the forest discovered
mo, and I was again pounced upon, and this
time I was closely guarded. 1 heard them
say that I was too thiu to eat and that they
wouldn't kill mo jit yet. After my fright
ful privations I was nothing but skin and
bone. They fed me all I could eat, and I
could not resist aiy appetite. As I bad no
exercise and liver, on the fat of the land I
rapidly increased in flesh, end in a fow weeks
i was regarded a.' in a lit condition to eat. I
saw them prejiuring the manioc aud the beer
for the feast. I f jit that my lost hour was
On the aiterucH 11 of the day when I was to
be killed my arnn were tied Lehiud me. The
sunwasstiU higli when all of a sudden we
heard a great 110 .so in tho villages near the
Congo. 'The Ar.ibs are coming,' everybody
shouted, and the :ucu seized their spears. The
women and children hurried off into the
woods. Present y tho Arab slavers came
near enough to pour a volley of shot into the
towii, and the men took to flight. In the
midst of the retreat the Iiusoko said I ought
to be taken along , and a warrior was assigned
to this task. All the others disappeared. My
guard stepped it to bis hut to get his shield.
Seizing this unei peeled opportunity I leaped,
tied as I was, into tho neighboring bush. The
man hurled himself after me, but just then
tho Arabs buret into tuo village and the war
rior turned and I led. I stuck my head out of
the thicket and tae Arabs saw and seized me.
They thought 1 vas a liazook, Tjut I shouted,
'I am ono of Stanley's men.' I bore the
tattoo marks of 1 he Hautsii, with which they
were familiar. They unbound me and I was
saved. A fow diys later Capt. Von Gele ap
peared with bis tieauici-s aud I was turned
over to Ulm."
Tho Haiu--sas 1 re natives of the Soudan,
many of whom havo served in the Congo
state. When Alakai was restored to his lol
lows they bore h in around on their shoulders
and had a great jubilation. Cupt. Coquilhat
uys he was fat and sice k, and laughed heart
ily when he spoks of tho good nourishment
the cannibals had given him during the last
month of bis cuptivity. Iv'ew Yurii Sun.
Leproiy la Contacious.
A Hawaiian couvict who was condemned
to death bad bis life spared on condition that
ba should be inoculated with leprosy by way
of experiment. The inoculation took place
three yean ago, and the unfortunate man,
who would surely have done better to go to
the acaffold, is now a tubercular leper. The
experiment was perhaps hardly neuuuaaij.
The fact that Father Damien baa become a
leper siuce be wt nt to reside iu a settlement
of lepers is surely proof enough that the dis
ease is outagiooa. Now, however, there is
no longer room for any doubt which may
have bsen felt uj on the matter at one time.
1 600 Reward.
We will pay Jhe above reward for any
case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick
headache, indi zestion, constipation or
coBtiveneso we cannot cure with West's
Vegetable Live Pills, when the directions
are strictly complied with. I hey are
purely vegetftbls, and never fail to give
satisfaction, large boxes containing 80
hugar coated pills, 25c For jsale by all
drucKistsv Be'vare or counterfeits and
imitations. Tt e genuine manufactured
only by John 0. Wests Co., 888- W.
Madison St, Chicago. 111.
AFTER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS.
A BieoLIyn Boy of 6 Tears Abducted and
Sold In Indiana for S25.
One Weak evening in the fall of 1863 a
small boy, 6 years of age, was hurrying
tnrougn a street in Urooklvn - with a
basket of shavings on his arm. which be had
obtained at a factory near by. As be ran on
he was seized by a big, burly man, hurried
into a cab and driven swiftly away. All
night long the mother of the kidnaped boy
wrung her hands in grief, for the police, who
had been notified of the little fellow's disap
pearance, brought no tidings to give her joy.
Days, weeks, months and years went by. The
mother had a good living and spent hun
dreds of dollars in search of her missing boy.
She finally settled in the belief that he bad
strayed away and fallen off the pier.
Meanwhile Charlie, for that was his name,
was brought to Indiana with a score or more
of other children, and all were disposed of at
various prices to cover expenses. Charlie
fell into the hands of a farmer named Allen,
who resided in Benton county. Allen paid
the agent $35. The farmer was gruff and
mean, and his wife was very unkind. Ho ran
away from his cruel home to go he knew not
where. He set out and managed to get as
far as Lewisburg, in the eastern part of Cass
county. He was overtaken and returned to
Farmer Allen. Allen and his two sons took
the determined lad to the barn and hanged
him with a rope by the neck. Neighbors in
terfered and Charley's life was saved. Allen
and both bis sons were sent to the peniten
tiary for attempting murder.
That was over twenty years ago. After
that Charlie had many homes. He finally
drifted to this city. He was married and
settled in a comfortable homo, and the hus
band and father was a constant student of
the Bible and hoped to enter tho ministry.
One day a gentleman whom he had known
iu Benton county approached him and said:
"Your name is not Charlie Allen. It is
Charles Lisrcuard, atid your people live in
Brooklyn, New York." The gentleman
would say nothing more and left
Tne name sounded peculiarly strange now,
and revived memories that had slumbered
loug. A young lawyer, who resides in a sub
urb of Brooklyn, made search, but could
find 110 person by the name of Lispenard.
lie found that a family had lived iu a certain
ward there but had moved away long since.
With this much as a starter, the record of
the ward school was crammed for the year
18C3. There was the name Charlie Lispenard.
Citizens were found who remembered the
circumstance. It was also learned that
brother of the missing boy bad lived in the
ward until he was a youug man.
By diligent inquiry George W. Lispenard
was found occupying a position of trust in a
large Jewelry store in Brooklyn. He had
often heard his mother bemoaning the sud
den and strange loss of her boy, who was two
years older than George.
Tho story was quickly told to the mother.
In the joyful hope of discovering a long lost
son and brother each wrote a letter detailing
little incidents of the missing boy's child
hood. The identity was completely estab
lished. Charles L. Allen is the abducted
Charlie Lispenard. Mr. Allon Lispenard at
once icit tor Brooklyn, and there was a
meeting that brought joy too full and too
deep to bo measured by words, Logan sport
(Ind.) Cor. Cincinnati Lnquirer.
The Segregation of the Raeea.
Senator lngalls asserts that the mulatto is
disapiiearing and the negroes are steadily
growing blacker, l his is undoubtedly true.
One sees fewer mulatto children now and
the number constantly decreases. There are
reasons for this. Slavery encouraged associa
tion between the races, and the law provided
no punishment. Now a nogro woman can in
voke tho law to establish the paternity of her
child aud to fix the responsibility for it. Be
yond this protection there is a sentiment in
both races that condemns as disgraceful a
connection that in slavery was uot speciollv
considered. It U noticeable, too, that mulatto
won.en are taking black husbands, or mulatto
men dark wives. Tho black race is clearly
There is another segregating process going
on or which Senator lngalls takes no account
The white race is rolling back from the coast
plantations to the highlands and leaving the
negroes in possession. This is not limited to
the coast, but wherever the negroes largely
predominate tho whites are retiring. The
movement of separation is casual and doubt
less imperceptible to both races. But it is
quietly going on. The English speaking
race everywhere rules or retires. In re-
spouse to this principle the movement of the
whites from the coastal plains to other lati
tudes is slowly but surely progressing. It
docs not affect the cities on the coast. There
the whites are gathered and they will pro
bably gain from the incoming of the whites
from tho surrounding country. But in a few
years the close student will see the black and
white streaks on the map of the south deepen
ing the black spots growing blacker, the
white spots whiter.
There are those who bold that an even
larger movement is taking place that of the
gathering of the whites in the cities, and the
slow very slow surrender of the farms to
the negroes, Wo are not prepared to say
that this is true. But we have always held
that each race in the aouth, when left free to
follow its iiutinct3, revolved about its own
center, and that the resultant motion was
centripetal rather than centrifugal. This
principle may be relied on, and in the long
future it may solve our racial problem.
Afflicted, but Happy.
Can cripples enjoy themselves? Well, that
There are some cripples in this big city
who cannot; but a visit to the Hospital for
Cripples, at Forty-second street and Lexing
ton avenue, which, iu its way, is one of the
most interesting, as it is in some respects one
of the most sad, sights to be seen in New
York, will show one that even those deprived
of the use of their limbs may be made, to
some extent, happy and contented.
There are 150 young children in the lnrti
Lutiou, all more or less aOicted physically,
but some of the brightest and most intelli
gent faces that ono could wish to see may be
found among these little cripples. Their
playground, in fine weather, is on the roof of
the hospital, aud whon it is cold, in some of
the Lu-ge rooms of the institution.
They have their games, but there .is some
thing pathetic ubout them. There is no feot
bali, uo running races, no rolling of hoops
uor any other games iuto which physical ex
ertion entei-s. But they have games suited
to themselves, and ingenious enough some of
them are, too. But their singing is the
feature of the institution that most interests
the stranger. Very sweet are some of the
young voices, and very deep is the effect that
it loaves on the listener. While singing some
of the pale little faces are idealized, aud the
deep look of patience one finds in the eyes of
the young who are afflicted changes to one of
hope and happiness.
Altogether it is a very pretty sight, and
one from which more than one sound lesson
may be drawn. New York Mail and Ex
press. When a man learns bow ignorant he is ke
is In poaaa cion of a valuable piece of knowl
edge. Absaraiy atapid
To &llow prejudice or ignorance to get
tbe hotter of good judgement, Itbas 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 is no reason to be ignorant of
this remedy we especially commend to
your notice for trial.
There are 6,000
Hebrews In Mlnne
Its Use for Kidneys.
Sesup. Ga., May 26. 1887.
I have been suffering from kidney dis
ease for a month past, and the pain in my
back was very severe. My occupation
requires a good deal of writing at night
and I suttered an tne lime. 1 saw one
man who said he was cured by using
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.yand I
commenced UBlng it , and the pain is a
great deal less. I have only used two
bottles and believe it will effect a cure by
the use of a few more bottles.
Yours respectfully. J. E Colkmaw.
PURE BLOOD IS OP PRICELESS TA1TJE.
The Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga :
Mt Dear Sib: I have for some time
past used B. B. B. as purifier of the
blood end to build up tbe system gener
ally, and consider it without exception
the finest remedy of the kind In tbe mar
ket. Tours with best wisher.
Arthur G Lewi.
Editor Southern Society.
The New York Herald doubts if it is
good policy for any American tourist to
go to Cubs, as lawlessness is rife and
Americans are hated.
ADY1GZ TO HUTHEKS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth T If so,
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 upon it mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It euros
dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom
ach and bowels, cures wind colic, soft
ens the gums, reduces inflammation. an;
gives tone and energy to the whole sys
tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
for Children Teething is pleasant to the
taste, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurses and phyi
sicians in the United States, and is foi
sale by all druggisU throughout the
world. Pri 25 cents per bottle.
Under the law of New York no venison
can be offered in market after Dec. 15.
and so that meat is not counted on any
Christmas bill of fire.
My son has been afflicted with nasal
catarrh since quite young. I was ins
duced to try Ely's Cream Balm, and be
fore he had used one bottle that disagree
able catarrhal smell had all left him. He
appears as well as anyone. It is the best
catarrh remedy in the market. J. C.
Olmsted, Areola, III.
Mr. A. Nichols suffered from catarrh
for years. He purchased a bottle of
Ely's Cream Btlm of us. He is now al
most cured, and says you cannot recom
mend it too highly. Evers Bros., Drug
gifets, Independence, Iowa.
There is one kind of raw material that
is prttty plentiful iu tbe campaign year
It in tbe hurrah material.
The Bandsomest Lacy in Bock Island-
Remarked to h friend the other day that
she knew KtmD's Balsam for tbe throat
Hnd lungs was a superior remedy, as it
stoppfd her cough instnntlv when other
cough remedies nad no effect whatever.
So to prove this and convince vou of its
merit, any druggist will cive you a (-ample
bottle free. Large siee 50c and f 1.
1 ue reason Mohammed rtluoea to go
to the mountains wi s because the hotel
lates wr.- so high.
In the pursuit of the good things of
his world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the ust-
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, 50 cents, of
The doe catcher is certainly not of 1
religious turn of mind, but be is certain
ly a devout muzzJeman.
The Vst on earth can truly be said of
Gngg's Glycerine Salve, which is a sum,
safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises,
scalds, burns wounds and all other sores
Will positively cure piles, tetter and all
skin erupfon. Try this wonder healer
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refund
1. Only cents. Sold hv druggists
It is tbe offender pursued by a detective
who is the man really afraid of his sha
Young ladies, on tbe eve of marriage,
now give "spinster dinners," at which
female friends only are entertained. They
are allowed to talk of everything, and
never fail to mention the numerous cura
tive benefits of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
that cures all coughs, colds, bronchitis,
croup, and sore throat.
At a country church in Coffee County,
Georgia, on Sunday, the minister was as
saulted in the pulpit, when he stabbed his
assailant dead with a penknife and fled.
Starch grows sticky common powders
have a vulgar glare. Pozaoni's is the only
complexion powder fit for use.
Makes the lives of many people miserable,
and often leads to self-destruction. Distress
after eating, sour stomach, sick headache,
heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, " all gone "
feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and lrregn-
. larity of the bowels, are
UlStrQSS some of the more common
After symptoms. Dyspepsia does
p not get wen of itself. It
baling requires careful, persistent
attention, and a remedy like Hood's Barsa
parilla, which acts gently, yet sorely and
efficiently. It tones the stomach and other
organs, regulates the digestion, creates a
good appetite, and by thus filek
overcoming the local iymp- 'c
toms removes the aympa-HOaCI&CnO
tnetlc effects of tbe disease, banishes the
headache, and refreshes the tired mind.
M I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I
had but little appetite, and what I did eat
Uoarf distressed me, or did me
"f a,T little good. In an hour
DUrn after eating I would expe
rience a talntness, or tired, all-gone feeling,
as though I had not eaten anything. My trou
ble, I think, was aggravated by my business,
which is that of a painter, and from being
more or less shut up la s ,.
room with fresh paint Last .
spring I took Hood's Barsa- OtOITiaCn
r ilia took three bottles. It did me an
Immense amount of good. It gave me an
appetite, and my food relished and satisfied
the craving I had previously experienced."
Gxobox A. Faoz, Watsrtown, Mass. . -
Sold by ell ragglt. fl; six for ps. Prepared only
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IOO Doses One Dollar
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Extract. Take no other preparation.
It it never toM in bull or by mearurt.
Sold everywhere, Prices, 60c, 1, tl.76.
Prepared only by POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
75 Bth. Ave.. New York.
QnrA PnroeU ESTABLISHED I&6I ( 186 So.
ameturesif ch,cago, lll8. Jciarkst.
Tte Regular Old-EstaLlIsted
PHYSICIAN AKO SURCEOH
Is tilll Treating with the Greatest
SKILL and SDCCESS
CMC, toons an. Private Diseases.
STNERVOU3 DEBILITY, Loat Man
hood, Failing; Mimory, Exhaueting Drains,
Terrible Dreams. Head and Back Ache and all
theeffect 'cluing to early decay and irh:ips Con
sumption or Insanity, treated scientifically by new
methods with wver-failing success.
-SYPHILIS and all bad Biood and Skin
Diseases permanently cured.
-KIDNEY and URINARY complaints,
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases of the tienito-Cnniry Oicai.s cured
promptly without injury to Stomach, Kiuneys or
WNo experiments. Arc and experience
Important. Consultation free and sacred.
A Send 4 cents collate f-r Celebrated Works
on Chronic, Nervous and Delicate Diseases.
ii Those cntemp?r.tinc" Marriacc send for Dr.
Clarke's celebrated guide Male and Female, each
is cents, both 15 cents (stamps). Consult the old
Doctor. A friendly letter or call may save future
suiT' ring and shr-me, and add golden years to life.
x-k "Life's (Sec.-et) Errors," 50 cents
(stamps). Medicine and wtitings sent every here,
secure from exposure. Hou.'s, 8 to 6. Sundays
9 to is. Address
P. D. CLARKE, M. D.,
I8S So. Clark St.. CHiCACO, ILL.
THE VOLINE SavN6S BAI.K
(Charted by the LcgM.ttn re of Illinois.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open daily from 9 A M. to S P. M., and on Tues
day and aturday bvcninxs fro.u 7 to
Interest allowed on Desposits at tbe rate
of 8 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
fl and upwards.
8KCCRITT AND ADVANTAGE.
The priTate property of the Trustees is respon
sible 10 the deimsitors. The officers are prohibi
ted from borrowinK any of its moneys. Minors
and married women protecu d by special law.
OrncEa-: 8. W. Whkkl'-ck, President ; Johh
Goon, Vice President : C. r. 11 k.knw t. Cashie..
Tkcbtfks: S W. Wheelock. Porter Skinner,
u vv. Lxioaen, eison unester. 11. w. isnaee, c
T Grants, A S. Wright. C. V. H mnw.y, John
e 1 . 1 u 1 k .. 11 cA A .. A
I - -' 11 11. J. v.. 11. oiu .uu.
I The only chartered savii gs Bank in Rock
ges, A 1 1 a y e
Pain and In
Taste & Smell
'Ks:ca jn ntAn
Try the CureHAY-FEVER
a particle Is applied into each nostril and ia
agreeable. Price 60 cen's at Drmretsts; by mail.
itiuwnu.iiucriiii. aLi DHUiUiia9,K war
ren street. New York.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
ral IllnaT thair ttnmnlnviAn striiiaili anmra
SAWPLit BOX (GRATIS!
of the laut Imported and unHaliuoiisiy acknow!
edited as lh best
Guaranteed to b pfrfoc if rmrm1!". ImprvT.tt,
"no. 3e.1 nttd .alto ( lti. A war rn-ir
drujtgut (or it or writo for pout; ud sampio box
J. F. LLOYD & CO.. Sole Importers,
AT and 9 Waahlnclnn 8ref, CHICAGO
LOTOS FACE POWOEH
Fob Sale by thb Following Dbuooibts
Murshttll & Fisher.
Hartz & Bahnsen,
and Frank Narller.
Warranted abtoiu telu nwre
Coeoo , (rota which the excess of
Oil baa been rejiorcd. Unas store
tMan Um tirn Vi4 ren?r of
Cocoa mixed with Starch. Arrow
root or Popir. and is therefore far
more economical, tmttng lentham
on ccm cup. It Is Sellers,
noarunuuj, strengthening, esdiy
digested, and admirably adapted
lor invalids aa well as for persons
Sold by Croters eserywhere.
. BIKER & Cdt DoriMer, Mass.
Big O bos give - tiu..e.
sal satisfaction in Hit
core of Uonurrbcra and
Uleet. I prescribe 11 ana
leel safe in recoinmcnd
Int It to all sufferers.
L s, d I e s
. ii r ii nrx
V IsT til
L I UttetlMrSat
4 'isatt Castries! 0a.
old by Drutstea.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
OARSE & C0.S
Mens' A Calf Congress, - - $1 49
" Bull Shoe, - - 1 75
" Lace Shoe ... . i 75
also clearing sale of Misses and Children's
Shoes at prices that tell.
1622 Second Avenue.
JOHN VOLK & CO.,
Sash., Doors, Blinds,
Siding, Flooring, Wainscoating and all kinds of Wood
Work for Builders,
Eighteenth St., between Third and Fourth avenue,
(Formerly of Coal Valley,)
Dealer in Choice Wines, Liquors
BEEE AND CIGAES,
No. 1717 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE OOUNTBT, WILL OBTAIN
MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF
THE GREAT ROC3C ISLAND ROUTE.
(Chicagt), Rock Island & Paciflc Rnd Chicago, Kansas & Nebraska By.)
Ite mnfn lines, brancha and extensions west, northwest and south-enuri:
i??1i.dTSll,a8rof Joet, Ottawa, Peoria, La Salle, Moline, Bock IalaSid 2
ILilNOIS-Davenport, Muscatine Ottumwa, Oskal'oosa, West IJberty?IowS
City, Des Moines, Knoxvllle, Wlnterset, Atlantic, AuduDon, Harlan Guthrie
C9JTe',?.nd Council Bluffs fn IOWA-Minneapofia and St. Paul to 'MInSS!
SOTA-Watertown and Sioux Falls In DAKOTA Gallatin, TrenSn Cameron
wriS a'cS?? ILan.Sa8 CJjy Jl? MISSOURI-Beatrice. Falrbury, and Nelson
l?.nKBh$A-;fi?rt2ri?L0P Hutchinson, Wichita, BelleVMe. Norton.
Abilene, Caldwell, In KANSAS Colorado Spring-s, Denver, Pueblo, In COLc
?. Traverses new and vast areas or rich farming and gxazinff lands,
affordiner the best facilities of Intercommunication to older States and to all
towns and cities in Southern Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Utah. New
Mexico, Indian Territory. Texas, Arizona, Idaho, California, and facino
coast and trans-oceanic Seaports.
SOLID FAST VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Of Palace Coaches leading- all competitors in splendor of equipment and
luxury of accommodations-run throuorh daily between Chicago and Colo?
a?TP5SEinJe a2d. Puoblo,w. Similar MAGNIFICENTJSTIBuLa
TRAIN SERVICE daily between Chicago and Council Blufls (Omaha) and
between Chicago and Kansas City. fiWant Day Coaches. Dlnln Care.
Reclining; Chatr Cars (FREE), and Palace Sleepine Cars. California Excur
Bions dally. Choice of routes to and from Salt Lake City, Portland Loa
Ang-eles, San Die?o, San Francisco, and intervening localities. Quick tim
prompt connections and transfers in Union Depots.
THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
Runs superbly equipped Express Trains daily each way between Chlcatro.
Rock Island, AtchisonSt. Joseph, Leavenworth, Kansas City and MinnS
apohs and St. Paul. The Favorite Tourist Line to the eeenlo resort and
hunting and fishing; grounds of the Northwest. Its Watertown Branch
courses through the most productive lands of Northernjowa, Southwestern
Minnesota, and East Southern Dakota. lwa
T50Sr51lTrLINE VJrS8!l!.NECA,ANP KANKAKEE offers facilities to
travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Laieyette, and Council Bluffs St
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and St. Paul.
m FF J!ketF' PfSj Fders, or desired Information, apply to any Coupon
Ticket Office in the United States or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, E. A. HOLBROOK.
OeneralMsnagw CHICAGO. ILL Gen'l Ticket Pus. Agent,
Bound in Urst-class style at low prices. We have juat added a Marbling
Bath so we are enabled to do Marbling on books of all kinds.
- All work warranted first-class.
KRAMER & BLEUER, Proprietors,
(Up stairs) No. 1612 Second Avenue, Rock Island, IU.
OLSEN & PETERSOIST,
And Dealers in Flour, Peed, Baled Hay and Straw, Crockery
. Glassware, Cutlery, Etc.
CySteanuhlp Agenoj and remittance to uj -part of Europe.
601 and 0JS Ninth Street, Book lalaad, ID..