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SLAND Daily Arg-
VOL. XXIVH. NO 112
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1889,
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Tor nearly a
t month I was not
table to sleep, but
after Ufttng P Ann's
tor two days, In
omnia fled and
ed." K. Q. 8MITH.
Claonsea, 8. C.
t haim taton
only PRrt of ' bottle of p,ane' Ceterr Com
pounil, and It has entirety rellnved me of
jleonlwn88' fro,n "blob 1 bae suffered
gently." Mkh. E. ACTCLirr, Peoria, IU.
pln's oiry Compound prodntwe anund and
Mtiwiiiuir niwp- A plrysiclan'a prescription, it
aim nt rontain one narmfuj arvg. Like noth
.I. It la guarantee! cure for nlpeplesa-m-V
If illnvUotts are faithfully followed.
Il.iw. Six for $.-..no. Dnttrirlsta.
wrii wniwwoiica, Bnriinirvin. vt.
DIAMOND DYES V'k7i
ii ii i w 'j
THE MOLINE WAGON.
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New Elm Street Qroaerj
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Family Groceries and Provisions,
Thfy solicit a shaTe of the trade and will make prices as low
m the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW FIRM A, TRIAL.
No. 1808 Second .Ve.,
Rock Islaiid, III.
Yon can get Tin Ware Glass
xuuons ana Jewelry cheap, at .
WEST END PAIR
Cornerof Seventh St.. And Third avenue, Rock Island,
New Patterns for Spring 1889, received daily
l' . PETERSEN'S) 312 Wt 2nd St., Davenport.'
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER." '
"For a lnna- Mme I an nmn.
that I could not work. I tried many weal
clnea, but none gave me relief until I uvvi
compound, which at an
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iublkt sbkkman, Burlington, Vu
quickly qtileta and strengthens the nerves, when
irritated or weakened by overwork, excesses,
disease, or shock. It cure nervousness, head,
ache, dvipepala, sleeplessness, melancholia, and
other disorders of the nenroua system.
Tones up the
''For two years I was a sufferer from nervous
dentltty, and I thank God and the discoverer of
the valuable remedy, that Paine 'a Celery Com.
pound cured me. Let any one write to me (or
advice." OioRos w. Botrrow. Stamford, Conn.
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ahd SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
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New York. BRIDGEPORT, CONN.
Ware, Crockery, Dry Goods,
Cattle Kate's Klan.
Some Further Information from
Sand Creek Ranch.
WILD LIFE OF k TEMININE TEREOE,
A few More of Her Lawteaa Proceeding
and Their Probab " Round-tp Beel
Stealing Likely la Be the Mlndolngol
the Gang How an Indian Raid Wound
Cp a Horse Race Her Bandine-w with a
CHICAOO, March. 4. The Ilernlil baa the
following from Cbeyonne, Wy. T., in relation
to toe noted Kate Mt xwell:
Trouble may be ei ported over in Carbon
county about -Cattl j Kate" Maxwell, who
recently so thoroughly cleaned out" a gam
bling bouse at Bessen er. The woman's plaos
is a retreat ror lawless characters like herself.
Her men are "rastlerx" and beef thieves, and
she advises and even aids in the raids upon
the herds of her neighbors. One of two
things must occur before summer, either
the gang will be brtken up by violence, or
ivate ana her retain rs will lie legally pro-
eeeatxj against by the Wyoming Stock-grow-
ers' asaciation, the powerful organization of
Mrs. Maxwell is altogetlmr a most remark
able woman. Hue is a native of a small Mich
igan town. In 18S3 Maxwell met her in a
variety theatre in Cliicugo, made love, mar
ried and brought her ix his Sand Croek ranch,
one of the finest on the plains. The woman
took kindly to rune a life, but made many
startling innovations She built a fine gym
nasluin with shooting gallery und bowling
alley and interested the cowboys and her
neighbors in athleU .-s. She imported bull.
dogs and game chickens, liougbt running
uuics, kihi jiresiuea at ooxtng tournaments,
foot races, and shooting matches; taught
club swinging, tumbling, and fencing,
and in very way sought to improve
me puysirai condition or those about her.
Kate precipitated a s tort but bloodv Indian
war before she bad been in Wyoming six
mon' hs. At a memorable meeting her black
mare threw dust in the eyes of the Arapaho
rwnv CI,.;,.. O . . . . Mn i i r o,.
ii's i., w usu oy v.uiet onarpuose
himself. The India is lost everything but
their brass uwrings, and, thoiteh thev usu.
ally accej.t dfeat wi h gool grace, for some
reason cried foul a rid declared wax against
the white squaw. T io redskins were driven
from the Maxwell ra lge v ith a loss of three
braves, and for revmge murdered half
dozen white settlers hiie en route to ths
Handsome Tom X ason, ex gambler and
"top" cowhand, became foreman of the Max
well ranch and made love to his employer's
wife. Kate reciprocated the affection, and it is
believed thut her pasuou for the adventurer
caused Maxwell's dea:ii. as his friends stoutly
aver that ho was polioned, and the woman
herself has hinted thnt she "put him out of
the way." Three yeais ago the cattle business
had a setback. Mrs, Maxwell lost nothing,
however. She fooled a poor market by ship
ping more cuttle, wh.le her herds grew in
stead oi diminishing. That she or her men
were stealing soon became known, but there
was no help ror it. 1 he gang was large and
powerful, and included many dowrate char
aters. The stealing 1 as been going on ever
ninoo, but it can not continue niut-b longer.
Kate has been the t jsaulting ai'ty in two
shooting scraiies and numberluns minor en
counters. Without thinking twice she shot
down a drunken Mexican, who offered her an
insult. Jo serious consequences followed
this murder. In a measure it was considered
justiliable, and tleu a live Mexican
aiuountetl to but little, while a dead greaser
was ml. 1 be man s liame was Juan Medina
iurs. niaxweu s Kuijecis objected to a prece
dent she established c uring the round-up last
lull, ine cowoovs b ul trouble with a bunch
of wild steers. The woman rebuked one of
the riders Frank Eckles for some fancied
error. In remonstrating he inadvertently
called her "Katie." Hue resented the famil
iarity by sending a bill from her six-shooter
crashing through his shoulder. Eckles was a
favorite with his cor ipanious and they pro
tested rgainst bis n altreatmerit All were
silenced in short tirier, but Kate carefully
nurseu tne man bacK to health.
Kate played a brilliant engagement In
Cheyenne a couple o' years ago. fcjhe cut a
dash at her hotel and was out horseback rid
ing every afternoon. One a gambler sig-
uutea uer rroru tne iiaewailc. Hhe rode ud.
gave him several cu a across the face with
her whip and followed him to the door of a
saloon before desisting. Kate's last escapade,
the raiding of the Bessemer gambling house
and rescue of the cheating gamblers from her
own mob, has brought her into almost na
tional prominence. It is certain that the
theft of money from herslf by her own men
nerved her to the deed, which was a most des
perate and daring oi e. It is wonder that a
bloody fight did no: ensue wheu Kate de
manded the return of the money won from
her men by Furley & Bodeu.
These men, by the way, reached civiliza
tion in safety. They are in Salt Lake, where
they relate almost incredible tales of the do
ings at the Maxwel : ranch. A prolonged
drunken orgy has been in progress at Kate's
home since the recovery of the $9,000 from
the "nktu" gambler. There is always a large
stock of liquor at the ranch, but no one is
permitted to drink to excess except on rare
occasions. The place is a veritable den, be
ing enlivened by the presence of half a score
of disreputable wom n. A fatal row is liable
to occur at any mojn mt, and a messenger is
hourly expected to reach Rawlins with the
intelligence that there has been a killing or
two at the MuiWfl runch. One of Kate's
men was killed Tuesday, when Bon West
phaul downed Jack Cooper iu a duel to the
death over a maverii k. Both were thieves
and bad men.
IMd the 1'iinee Write the Speech T
Lonpon, March 4. Prince Albert Victor
of Wales presided lit the festival of the
society of the frleucs of foreigners in dis
tress which was held at the Hotel Metropole
Haturday evening. 1 n reply to the principal
toast of the evening the prince delivered
a remarkably graceful speech, which excited
much comment. Op nion as to the merits of
the address is unanimous in its commenda
tion, but his heart ra are about equally
divided upon the question whether be wrote
it himself or somebody wrote it for him.
Vntml to Leave the Knights of Labor.
Haverhill, Mass., March 4. Local as
sembly of Shoe Finitbers No. 4,797 K. of L.
yesterday voted to leive the knights aud join
the Boot and Shoe Makers' union.
"Don't get excited when bitten by a mad
dog," observes Georgia paper. Oh, no.
Just go right along whistling the same old
tune, and if there .s any chance for a co
nundrum get it off. Dont even think of the
There to a Mormon settlement in Minnesota,
Wich is said to be sadily growing. They
have six mission ari a at work among the
Scandinavian sttlexii of the state.
In the pursuit of
the sooa thinn of
b.is world we antl
jlpate too much; we
eat out tbe heart at
ly pleasurea by deli,
id sweetness or worm
fhtful forethought of
obtained from the use
(hem. The results
of Dr. Jones' Red C
lover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It core
stomach, llrer, fc
troubles. It is apt
s dyspepsia, and all
dnej and bladder
rf ect toblc, appetiser,
e cure for ague and
blood purifier, a so
Price, 50 cents, of
If alack thy hand, If faint thy heart,
To carry through thy human part.
This truth thy heart and hand upstay ;
A task thou serveet day by day.
That, like a sovereign, chooses thee
Its trusted servitor to be;
And thou, perchance, ahalt consummate
A triumph that hatb tarried lata.
Thy deed, thy word, thy thought adjust
By knowledge of this royal treat.
Let it to thee a beartener prove.
But not In thea vain glory move,
8inoe, though the task thy hand has sought,
It shall not fall, when thou art naught,
To find tbe spirit fit and fain '
Amply to do and to sustain.
. Its high commission it doth speak.
As light that springs from peak to peak ;
And though low loads be dark and dull
To Its monition beautiful, .
Near helghta, far heights, and heights beyond
Unto Its touches keen respond.
The signal never gainsay knows,
But through the ages onward goes.
Edith M. Thomas in Tbe Churchman.
Inventor Westinghonse's Millions.
George Westlnghouse, of Pittsburg, is esti
mated to be worth $30,000,000, which he made
first by his air brakes far engines and railroad
cars. Every man who travels nowadays
pays tribute to Westlnghouse. His inven
tions made fast traveling possible. The quick
stopping of a train was next to impossible
before his brakes came into use, and hence it
was dangerous to run fast and create too
great momentum. While talking with Mr.
Westlnghouse recently he was approached by
a gentleman of his acquaintance, who re
called the fact that Mr. Westinghouse had
onoe offered him his brake inventions for the
sum of $3,000. Since he founded his enor
mous fortune Mr. Westinghouse has been in
terested in various other enterprises, including
the natural gas development at Pittsburg,
electric light and motors and railroad build
ing. Cincinnati Enquirer.
Oil has been burned in lamps for many cen
turies, but no real improvement in oil lamps
was made till about 100 years ago, or about
1783, when M. Argand, a Swiss who lived at
London, invented the cylindrical wick and
burner, which has since borne his name.
Soon after the glass chimney was introduced
and lighting by oil was fully revolutionized.
These two Improvements multiplied the light
to be obtained from a lamp and by producing
a perfect combustion of the oil, obviated tbe
smoke and bad odors previously inseparable
from the use of oil lamps. Other improve
ments followed, one of the most notable be
ing the placing of the reservoir of oil below
the burner instead of above, making the
lamp much more convenient. This was a
discovery of Philippe Girard, a Frenohman,
about 1S07. Another Frenchman, Carcel,
contrived a mechanism to regulate the sup
ply of oil, but his contrivance was superseded
by the moderator lamp, introduced about
sixty years ago. Some further modifications
of lamps followed the dlsoovery of petroleum,
but these are the principal features included
in the lamps of the present day, the Argand
principle being substantially unohanged.
now the Sexton Figured It.
Two ladies entered a fashionable church in
New York Just before the services began,
and one of thorn remarked to the sexton that
the star on the pulpit, in which were a great
many gas jets, had the point turned the
wrong way, and that it should point nj. in
stead of down. The dignified old man, feel
ing that his quarter of a century's experience
should entitle his opinion to respect, and real
izing the difficulty of making a change,
straightened up and said: "Ladies, we are
told in the Scriptures that the star hung over
the manger to lead the wise men thither. If
it was to guide them to the sacred spot and
direct them to the manger, of course it would
point down and not up." The star remains
as it was. Chicago Journal
A Chart twb la Man.
Oliver Diteon, the music publisher, left
$50,000 to various charitable institutions and
also set apar $23,000 as a fund for poor and
needy musicians, to be expended under the
direction of C. EL Ditson, James K. Pains
and B. J. Lang. He also remembered all the
employes of bis firm and those of several
banks. This generosity was in keeping with
the tenor of Mr. Ditaon's life, which was that
of a kindly, systematic, energetic business
man. He had built up his i"""nt business
by honorable methods, and retained to his
last day the friendship and respect of those
with whom be held business or social rela
tions. New York Home Journal
The treasurer of the People's Passenger
railway, in speaking the other day of odd
characters to be found on the cars, said: "I
know a woman so devout and religiously
strict that she never has, and says ahe never
will, ride in our cars on Sunday. This same
woman takes the transfer tickets she gets
from the conductor and gives them to others
so that they may ride free. We have traced
her repeatedly. She is well off, and is one
of the moat active church workers of the city.
Bo far as I know there is no other religious
Inconsistency in her life." Philadelphia
CtUlstng Solar Beat.
Professor Morse, of Salem, Mass., has de
vised a simple stove for warming rooms by
means of solar beat It consists of a shallow
box, having a bottom of corrugated iron and
a glass top. This device is placed outside the
building, so that the sun can shine directly
into it. The rays pass through the glass, and
are absorbed by tbe metal, beating it to a
high temperature and warming the air of the
box. The air, which on sunny days Vises to a
temperature of B0 degs. F., is conveyed into
the room which is to be heated. New York
A Ltttlo Man.
An opera going mother took her S-year-old
son with -her to the opera one night when
"Sylvia" wis being performed rather than
remain at home and f""iM him there. He
regarded the entire performance with indif
ference until the curtain went up and dis
played a stage full of graceful but scantily
clad coryphees wending their way on tiptoe
toward the footlights. Then he astonished
his mother and amused the occupants of ad
jacent stalls by asking: "Mamma, can I have
one of those when I get big!" New York
Lanmed but Vala.
Professor Pandle will soon exhibit in this
country bis collection of Buddhistic and
Sama idols, among which is the skull of a
learned man who was so proud of his large
cerebellum that he voluntarily killed him
self in order that bis fellow men might have
an opportunity to see it. When a man in
this country gets the "big head" he is pretty
proud, but not vain enough to kill himself
for the benefit of bis fellow men more's the
pity. Norristown Herald.
Who of us are witnout trouble be tbey
small or larger The blessings of health
are beat appreciated when we are slch
and in pain. A hacking cough, a sernrk
cold, or any throat or lung disease are
rery troublesome; but an oz uese may oe
Usckly and : permanently curea py vt .
views uure. Date ana pleasant iwr
:dren. Price BO cents.
After Twenty Tears.
Baltimore, April 20, 1887. For over
twenty years I have been troubled with
ulcerated bowels and bleeding piles, and
grew very weak and thin from constant
loss of blood. I have used four bottles of
B. B. B., and have eained 15 pounds in
weight, and feel better in general health
than I have for ten years. I recommend
your B. B. B. as the best medicine 1 have
ever used, and owe my improvement to
the use of Botanic Blood Balm.
Erasmus A. Smith.
818 Exeter street.
AN OLD KAN BESTORED.
Dawson. Ga., June 83. Being an old
man and suffering from general debility
and rbeumawm of the joints of the
shoulders, I found difficulty in attending
to my business, that of a lawyer, until I
nought and used five bottles of B. B. B.,
Botanic Blood Balm, of Mr. T. C Jones,
of J. R. Irwin & &on, and my general
health is improved, and tbe rheumatism
left me. I believe it to be a -pood medi
cine. J. II. Laino.
A GOOD EXPERIMENT.
Meridian, Miss., July 12, 1887. For
a number of years 1 have suffered untold
agony from the effects of blood poison.
I had my esse treated by several promi-
nent physicians, but received but little, if
any relief. I resorted to all sorts of pat
ent medicines, spending a large amount
of money, but yet getting no better. My
attention was attracted by the cures said
to have been affected by B. B. B.. and
commenced taking it merely as an exper
iment, having but little faith in the re
sults. To my utter surprise I scan com
menced to improve, and deem iryself to
day a well and hearty person all owinp
to the excellent Qualities of B. B. B. I
cannot commend it too highly to those
suffering from blood poison.
J. O. Gibson,
Trainman M. AO. It. R.
Many California vincvardists intend
this season to dry their grapes instead of
selling them at low rates to winemakers.
Is ConiBmpuon Itentsbel
Read the following: Mr. C. H. Mor
ris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down
with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and
physicians pronounced me an Incurable
Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's
Hew Discovery for Consumption, sm
now on my third bottle, and able to over
see the work on my farm. It is the finest
medicine ever made."
Sesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says:
"Had it not been for Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption I would have
died of lung troubles. Was given ud by
doctors. Am now in best of health."
Try it. Sample bottles free at Hsrlz &
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This remedy is becoming so well known
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salt rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
tbe system and prevent as well as cure
all Malarial fevers. For cure of head
ache, constipation and indigestion try
Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction guar
anteed, or money refunded. Price 50
cents and $1.00 per bottle at Hartz &
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bcckxen's arnica salve.
The beBt salve in the world for rats.
bruises, sores, ulcers. Bait rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Hartz & Buhnsen.
Tbe novel enterprise of raising frogs
for the Boston market is about to be
started at Manchester, N. II., by a New
ADV1GK TO auTHXBS.
Are you disturtted at night and broken
of your rest by aick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If bo,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
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teething. Its value is incalculable.
It will relieve the poor little sufftrer im
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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 foi
sale by all druggists throughout the
world. Price 25 cents uer bottle.
London omnibuses are now lighted
by gas. The electric light was tried
but failed, being too uncertain.
I think Ely's Cream Balm is tbe best
remedy for catarrh I ever saw. I never
took anything that relieved me so quickly
and I have not felt so well for a long
time. I used to be troubled with severe
headaches two or three times a week, but
since nsing the Balm have only bad one,
and that was very light compared with
other former ones. J. A. Alcon, Agent
U. P. R R- Co... Eaton, Colo.
I find Ely's Cream Balm good for ca
tarrh of long standing- M. N. Lasley,
1044 West Chestnut St.. Louisville, Ky.
Tbe postoffice at Ewbanks, III, is to be
abolished for tbe singular reason that no
one can be found to take charge of it.
The best on earth can truly be said of
Gngg's Glycerine Salve, which is a sure,
safe and speedy 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 refund
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Mail is now carried between New York
and San Francisco in 112 hours.
' - The Handsomest Lady u Koek Island
Remarked to s friend tbe other day that
she knew Kemp's Balsam for the throat
and lungs Was a superior remedy, as it
stopped her cough instantly when other
cough remedies nad no effect whatever.
So to prove this and convince you of iu
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est, and Beat fa&iuti-'
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Rubber kelcuiir. IV
ware of Iraudnlrnt
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Anna ttmttn irtfnoof
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LETTERS FROM THE GOrERNOttS.
It to r. well-known fact that Toinrs
Estsact is uMd and recommend! by more
distinguished people than any preparation er
It is used in ths household of the President
as well as that of the Lumblent ciiizon; br
members of the army and ths navy, tba Bar
aud tbe Bench, ths paljiit sud the press all
rank and Classes of ponpla. To further
Illustrate this fact wa appamt a tew of tba
tnnro reeeut lettura front Governor of dit
The Go vera or of New li am pa hi re.
GXHTLraaw: I have nsed Polo's ExTBACt
In my family for ssvrrai years, aud hvo
found it a mo-t desirable and vulnable
remedy. Vonrt troly, JIoodt Cvbbiss.
Deo. 3, '87.
The Governor at Feoaavlvania.
Gswts: Pond's Extract bas bean a
valued rellauoe io our family for aaveral
years, especially In rellwiug tc aches,
sprains and bruise Incidaut to children.
Very tmly yours,
Nov. 30, 'or. Jajih A. Beawu.
The Governor of New Jeraev.
DiAft Sib: I have for many vrara nsed
Poso a Extract, aud have derivi-d (treat
benefit and relief lherefr.u. Yours truly,
Dec. 5, "87. 1- s Glut..
The Lt.-Uovernor of Illinois.
Gextlemev: PosnV Extract baa long
bad a place iu the nvdiciue cbet of bit fau
lty. 1 assure yon that we haw found l a
ready and valuable agent to relieve pain In
many cases, and that verv promptly. We
cauuot well kaep honse without it.
I am, truly yours.
Oct. 10, "87.
J. C. Smth.
rov-D's Extract is invaluable for all
klucls of J'aiu, Inflammation and Hemor
rhages. ircaUmt inniUM imitation. Uncart of
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nrAfnrpcU established issi t isa So.
Tbe Regular Old-Establislied
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Is still Treating with the Greatest
SKILL and SUCCESS
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J-NERVOU9 DEBILITY, Loat Man
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sr SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin
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SK1DNEY and URINARY complaints.
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases of the Genito-Urtnary Oryans cured
promptly without injury to Stomach, Kidneys or
No experiments. Age and experience
important. Conaultation free and aacred.
it-Send 4 cents postage fnr Celebrated Work a
011 Chronic, Nervous and Delicate Diseases.
S-tf- Those contemplating Marriage send for Dr.
Clarka'a celebrated guide Male and Female, each
is cents, both s cents (stamps). Consult the old
Doctor. A friendly letter or call may save future
suffering and shame, and add golden years to Lfe.
4aTBook " Life's (Secret) Errora," 50 cents
(stamps). Medicina and writings sent everywhere,
secure from exposure. Huurs, S to 8. Sundays
9 to tx. Address
r. D. CLARKE, M. D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CHICAGO, ILL.
THE KOLINE SAVINGS 6AMK
(Charted by the Legislature of IlHnola.)
MOL1NE, - ILLS.
Open dally from OA M. to 3P.M. and on Tues
day and Saturday Evenings fro.ii 7 to
Interest allowed on Desposits at the rate
of 3 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
SECOBITY AND ADVANTAGES.
The private property of the Truetees ia respon
sible to the depositor. The officers are proUlbl
ted from borrowing any of Its moneys. Minora
and married women protected by special law.
OrricxB: 8. W. Wrxklock, President; Johh
Good, Vice President:!?. F. Hemxswat, Cashier.
Trustees: S. W. Wheclock, Porter Skinner,
C. W. Lobdell, Nelson Chester. H. W. Candee, C.
T. Grants, A.S.Wright, C. F. Bemnway, John
Good; 3. M. Christy, C. H. Stoddard.
tyThe only chartered Savings Bank In Reck
rain and In-
Taste & Smell
Try the CureHAY-FEVER
A particle la applied into each nostril and ia
agreeable. Price 50 ceata at Drngetsts; by mall,
registered, 80 centa. ELY BROTHERS, M War-
wis stiwci, rw lOrK.
GOLD MEDAL, PAEI3, 1878.
"l iiiT" tVarranttdaroiMfey psira
Coron, from which the excess of
';'yA Oil has been removed, it lias more
W Hi"" ihret hmtt te tfrrngtk of
cocoa mueu wun sutrcn. Arrow
ro.4 or Stiffur. aud is therefore tar
rourv , v minim n i. nwray imiwn
Ms one ernl a cip.. It is delicious.
nourishing, stitfiinhentng, easily
digested, and admirably adapted
for Invalids as well as fur persons
Hold by Grocers everywhere.
.BAKER SCO, Dorchester, Mass.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
L si dl 0 s
valuing their complexion should secure a
SAMPLE BOX tCRATIS)
of the ltateat traitor led a ad OTAsUiltiKjusAlT svcknrm'l-
edged h ih btt
Guaranteed to be nerfectlr harmless. ImrjerroDtl-
ble. durt-Dle and invisible. For Kale everrarhttre.
Price. Se atad AO str Hx. Ask vour
druggist for It or write lor poatvd aampie box to
J. F. LLOYD & CO., Sole Importers,
6T stud WaahlBEtaa Street, CHICAOO.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
Fob Sals bt ra Followtnb DucecisTs
Marshall & Fisher,
Hartz & Bahnsen.
, and Frank Nadlsr.
Elf O haagireu univer
sal satisfaction to the
oiue of GoaatrboB. and
Gleet. I presort be It and
feel safe In recommend- .
-4ns; It to ell aufferers. -
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was Sold br trn(glata.
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UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY. WILL OBTAIN
MTJOH VALUABLE INFORMATION
1 SJm.J $JrfE-i( A f"e T"-r3
THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE.
(Chicago, Sock Island & Pacific and Chicago, Kansas & Nebraska Bys.)
Its main lines, branches and extensions west, northwest and southwest
Include Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa, Peoria, La Salle, Moline, Rock Island la
SOTA Watertown and Sioux, Palls In DAKOTA Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron.
St. Joseph, and Kansas City in MISSOURI Beatrice, Fairbury. and Nelson
In NEBRASKA Horton, Topeka, Hutchinson, Wichita, Belleville, Norton.
Abilene, Caldwell, In KANSAS Colorado Sprinps, Denver, Pueblo, In COLO
RADO. Traverses new and vast areas of rich farming- and grazing lands,
afiordlngr 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 Pacific
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 through daily between Chicago and Colo
rado Springs, Denver and Pueblo. Similar MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE
TRAIN SERVICE daily between Chicacro and Council Bluffs (Omaha) and
between Chicagro and Kansas City. Eleg-ant Day Coaches, Dinlnsr bars
Recllnlnsr Chair Car FREE, and Palace Sleeping- Cars. California Excur
sions dally. Choice of routes to and from Salt Lake City, Portland Los
Ang-eles, San Diego, San Francisco, and intervening- localities. Quick time
prompt connections and transfers in Union Depots. '
THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
Runs superbly equipped Express Trains daily each way between Chlcaa-o
Rock Island, Atchison, St. Joseph, Leavenworth, Kansas City and Mlnnev!
apolis and St. Paul. The Favorite Tourist Line to the Bcenic resorts and
hunting- and fishing- 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, Lafayette, and Council Bluffs St.
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and St. Paul.
m, Er J'ii61? $4 folders, or desired information, apply to any Coupon
Ticket Office In the United States or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN,
KRAMER & BLEUER,
ook Binders, ZPrinters
Blank Book Manufacturers.
Orders by mail promptly attended to,
(Up stairs) No. 1612 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
OLSEN & PETJERSOIST,
And Dealers in Flour, Feed, Baled Hay and Straw, Crockery'
Glassware, Cutlery, Etc.
s9svtSLauhip Agency and remittance to any part of Europe.
C0I and 608 Ninth Street. Rock Islafld, HI,.
Dealer in Choice Wines, Llpors
BEER AND CIGAES,
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
(Successor to Oathrie Collins.)
Contractor and Builder,
ROCK ISLAND, Hi.
(9Plans and atimates famished. A specialty made of fine work . All orders attended to
promptly and satisfaction guaranteed. -
Offlcs and Bhop No. 1818 Third Avenue
Second. Arenue, opposite Harper House The choicest imported v
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty. '
PER5J iWAtD 8P,
- awd mope; I
KERVcRKAU BEHIND, ITM ' J
AFFtTED HER MlfU mt,
AJAnslml at AAAy'IU
i I Twix's a V , III
NEIGHBORS DID AY,
FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF
E. A. HOLBROOK,
Gen'l Ticket & Pass. Agent.
No. 171? Second Avenue. Rock Island.
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