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VOL. XXXVII. NO 301
ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 16, ISStt.
PRICE FIVE CENTS,
I 17 LOTST
at the head of Seventeenth street, which 1 will sell on
terms to Bnit purchasers.
Monthly Payments Accepted if Desired.
These lots ore in a heauti ul, healthy locality, and are
100 Per Cent Cheaper
than any lots now offered for sale.
rSPPersons can bny these Lots and improve them as
cheap as they can pay rent. Apply to
Corner Eighteenth street and Second avenue.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
The Moline Wagon Co.,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
A full anrtrn-npit t- ! r-f PHiroRM .n,t nth.T
MUru lr..l t f j.. r' r i.r iimn-h in-l
. lu ll. .mi t Hi- M'.ll'.ii
I ". W W-fLT'J
a 1 rt feel veil, do you?
J have tried all kinds Oj
-i -without avail.
I "would give
j should remember that Dr. lran Dyk's
2 Kidney Cordial is bound to cure von.
OLSON & PETERSON,
ARD IKALkHS III
Flour, Feed, Baled Hay, Straw, Crockery. Glassware, Cutlery.
?.Steani.liip Aeency ami remittance to an; part of Europe.
601 ami 003 Ninth Street. Rock Island. III.
-New anil fully equipped. New furnixhinir throughout. Will compete-
witn any. Sena Iur circulars.
TctTinn: Four month., f 25; Hit month., fS.V, Nine months. $50.
Aililrea V. W. FEN'N. Rock Island, Ilia.
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kiuil- of CUT KLOW'ihs
One Block North of Central Tark.
The tare .1 In Iowa.
W. -A. GUTHRIE,
(Soceeeeor to 3otnria A Co1 Una.)
Contractor and Builder,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
KrFlaa. and eetlmetee fnrnlehed. A epeelalty made or line work. All order, attended to
promptly and aallef action guaranteed.
Office and Shop No. 1818 Third Avenue-
ON L, Y 2.00 DOZEN.
Photos on a Toboggan Slide.
-AT THE VIENNA PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO,
and have aome of the lateet -nreltlee of the aeaaon.
HAKELIER, Proprietor and Artist
No. 1722. Second ave., Qayford's old studio, over McCabe's.
THE FOURTH AVE. HOTEL
ha. changed hand, having been leased to
W. J". O-BXjE,
wan for aianw yean waa the efficient .nperlntendent of the Molina A Rock I.land Ht-Mt Rail
way. The boue haa been ib-ouirhlj renovated and refnrntehed throughout and will bo
rva atrlctly tra.-ciaaa. bpMlal rate, to city boarder..
Corner Fourth avenue and Twenty-third street. Rock Island.
:CITY PAINT SHOP:
DBUCKr-IIXXER & CO.,
All kind, of
Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging and Kalsomining.
FIJI work warranted and done to order on hort notice.
Bhop No. 310 Seventeenth street, bet. 31 and 4th avenue.
P.r1nf Wa-nna, ranerlallr arta-ted la thm
f n h r n:tatril I'm IJMfrnM
AUH In rT( purrliaaiiiK.
a fortune to regain good
a irt i u z kT "rvA. i
will try a bottle and recommend it.
know all about it now and wont for
get it, will you
t-rom SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS."
comlahllj on band.
408 Brady Street
FARM AND GARDEN'.
IMPORTANT SUBJECTS CONSIDERED
IN A PLAIN, PRACTICAL MANNER.
Trench Plowing r-rlb-l. with lllitetra
tloejo INiallel Dirwtlor, f.tr IMirlng
Three, Horaaa Abrt Mow Vnlar Ial
ryln( May llo Mailt a Surrraa.
Trench plowing ii onlli'd Bulsoil plow
ing by many who i lioulJ know bettor.
Prairie Farmer dotit in the IwohkmIps ao
clearly thut. with tl p a.l of tin. illustra
tions appended, til dilTiTenoe cannot
fail to be timliTHtooi.
Trench plowing in tho inversion of one
furrow directly ov -r anotlirr, by one
"deep tiller" plow following directly in
the track of a nio-e nhnllow working
plow These are i ow made to act at
one operation. Th- iiinnner of lin ing
the furrowa is xhown in the cut. Fig. 1.
Three atrong hordes will do the work, if
placed abreast, arxtit as well a four
hitched two abreast, in the usual way.
TRENCH PI,OWISl Il.l.l'STTtATED.
The manner of hi chin three horses
nbreast will l of inierest to many. Fig.
2 shows It. t w this niiiv be done. If the
hordes an ritcii.lv, ti e simpli'st manner
or working throe borses abreatt is to
tether the nii.Mli' hone to the two out
sido ones by suitable lenpl lis of cord at
tached to the bits. The team is driven
by a line running fo the outxide of the
bit of the near and a tother to that of the
Subsoil plowing p oper is running a
peculiar share, called a sulrsoil plow, im
niediatelt in the ft rrow turned by a
Jeep til lei plow. In the deep tiller plow
the mold board has more lift than the
usual stubble plow. This plow may turn
the furrow precedii g tin- Mihsoil "plow.
The Hiitisoiler has l o mold hoard. It
simply breaks up the lxttorn of the fur
row, leaving the disi itegrated soil mere
ly raised up. to he covered by the next
In regard to the rji est ion of subsoiling
as a means of retaining moisture in the
soil, the nut ority quoted says very trulv
that there Is no doul t of its value in all
coruaet loutns or cl tys. It allows the
rainfull to nettle directly into the soil,
and to sink deeply l.. . .. to le given
back gradually, as wanted. In gravelly.
EELMNO THRF.E IloRsHS ABREAST.
aandy. or other ver.- light soils, sub
soiling would I a positive injury, since
thew soils, as a rule, lack cohesion.
Uence. every man must decide these
questions for himscll. So must he de
cide the question of trench us against
subsoil plowing for himself. It is had
policy, as a rule, to turn up the crude
oil from the depths below. It is not to
be exectml that su Moiling will reach
itrjbcMt results on so Is liable to annual
aaturation, utile tin stilisoiling is prac
ticed annually, anil tt a time when the
soil is in good workit g condition.
On soils underdra lied, the effects of
subsoiling are more wriuaiient. On
heavy soils, that annually tecome satu
rated with wnter, t le soil, w hen wet.
runs together, and prevents free percc
lution of water, bile, if not sub
soiled, the decay of I he roots in the soil
would give percolation to a considerable
Much has been said in past seasons by
the various agricultural writers aliout
the work of initiito iligirers. Most of
what was said referrt d to the expensive
machines that are bevnnd the reach of
the small growers. iural New Yorker
has of l;it held co Tespondence with
farmers v.-ho use potato plows of various
designs. These tools are made and sold
under different (Kitel ts. though they all
work on essentially lite same principle.
The xtatoes are tl.rown out of the
ground by means of a contrivance like
two plows, one right ind the other left,
placed together so as to throw the earth
in both directions. AIove these plows
are fastened long Imih. The earth is to
fall through the bars, while the potatoes
are supposed to roll o T to the ground.
Disinfecting the ground is altsolutely
necessary after a crop of ducks has leen
grown on it. declares un authority oil
duck culture, who advises plowing up
the yards and sowing oats, Iturley or rye.
which can lie cut for forage when well
Charcoal is essential for fowls, mw-
dered tine and fed in neal bread is good
for chicks, broken into pieces size of
grain of corn and ami Her is good way to
Honey in the comb is alwava made by
bees and never by Machinery. When
you buy honey in that shape you may
feel quite certain it is the genuine article
and that there is no p ttent on it. Comb
foundations made of :ieeswax is in quite
common use. Uu tin the bees form the
cells, till with honey t nd cap them.
Nitrate of potash is a valuable manure
providing two impor aut ingredients of
plant food nitrogen nnd potash.
It Won't Bake Bread. In other
words. Hood's Sarsaparilla will not do
impossibilities. Its proprietors tell
plainly what It has done, submit proofs
from sources of nnqut stioned reliability,
and ask you frankly if von are suffering
from any disease or affection caused or
promoted by impure blond or low state
of the system, to try F ood's Sarsaparilla.
The experience of others is sufficient as
surance that you will not be disappointed
in the result.
"Well, what did von learn new in seri
culture at the count? fairT" asked Mrs.
Uranger of her busbar d upon his return
home from tho exh bilion. "Wot. I
learned enough not to bet f 10 on the
wrong horse next time "
Bare Ceai Market.
Blacksmiths' coal. Prate and eo-ov
17.50; stove. No. 4 tnd nut. S7.75 per
ton. screened and tklivered: 25 cents
per too discount alio ved If nald within
ten days. Channel omU for rotes. E6
per ton. Now is the time to buy.
. O. Fbazxb.
AFTER THE RAIN.
The atirwt on the water'a brmut
Is castiiiK down Its mellowed IlKht;
Tbt) clouds are floating- Into reat.
Before Hie nibt.
Now that the storm has paaaed away,
A parahle of nature lio
On path and He 1.1, for those who aty
That they are wtee.
Badde the placid mere I stand.
And watch the rainbow's wondrous stain
A fragrance from the moistened land
Uivn thank, for rain.
A twitter from unnumherrd bird.
That haunt the tangled flowery ways
What la It but the eirnple words
Of lore and praise?
We thank our father for the light
In which his tenderneaa appears.
For sunny Joys forgetting quit
To thank for tears;
Forgetting that his testament
Is written on the rainy skies
Tliat nlernrd comforter, are wot
For tearful eyes;
Forgetting he that goes In tears
To sow upon a field of pain,
Shall come when harvest season near.
To gather grain.
Arthur L. Salmon in Good Words,
They Itldn't Want to A linear In Print
At a dinner not long ago Wilkie Collins
related instances proving how impossible it
was to introduce into a novel descriptions of
places and things wholly imaginary. In one
of his work, be described a house which be
had never seen, atifl wVi ii.h w . Mifiml. th.
offspring of hi. imagination. A few days
".'i me puoucauon a man cauea upon bun
to protest against the intmliintion nt life
house into his novel. Strange to say, the
pages oi me novel contained a perfect de
scription of the man's property. At another
time he used as one of hia ctmmetAr n,Bn
who was so exact about hi. eating that he
weighed every morsel which entered his
stomach. Mr. Collins bait in reality never
heard of such a man. He was greatly sur
prised, one week after the appearance of his
book, bv the visit of an Mtrju .trunr.. -k.
wished to know by what right Mr. Collins
it) nun rmicuious in print tiy mentioning
ono of his peculiarities. New York Star.
The Laugh at Tim.
Nor has other rollicking fun and free play
of lighter merriment been altogether chas
tised out of the sun diaL Evideuce of that is
got in the supposed Welsh inscription to the
sun, or to man, deciphered in Dean Cotton's
gnrdon at liangor: "Ooa bou tro urb us in
ess." The interpretation of which can be
learned in the wholesome mirth attending the
origin or another motto. W ben one was
wanted for Inner Temple Terrace dial, and
the artist went by arrangement to hear what
was fixed upon, a testy old gentleman, to
whom the question was put, cried: "Begone
anoui your Pusiness!" The artist took that
as his answer and painted toe words. They
were approved by the benchers, and have
been repeated on a dial at High lane, Cheshire,
on the gable of a cottage between Stockport
and New Mills, at the church of Bury St.
Edmunds, and at Chesterton church, War
wickshire. Gentleman's Magazine.
They Were with the Judge.
When Judge Haskell was new to the bench
he was accosted during a term of court by a
venerable old farmer juryman, who desired
to show his friendliness. "Jedge," said be,
"I'm an old man and have had more experi
ence in court matters than you have. I'm 72
years old and have served on the Jury nins
terms, and probably shall never serve agin.
I've got this much to say to yer, jedge. We've
kinder taken notice of how yer managed
things, you Iwin' new to this business, and we
like yer. All the jury like yer. We've talked
the thing over and we've voted to stand by
yer. Now, if aay of them lawyers a: tempt
to crowd you any, jedge, yer just give us the
word and we'll he with yer every tune.
We've taken an interest in ver and yer can
depend on us. That's all, jedge." This was
delivered as seriously and honestly as If a
father had tieen talking to his son. Lewiston
The Streets of Tarta.
Paris keeps its streets clean by not permit
ting thum to get dirty. An American un
suspiciously tore a letter in two and dropped
the pieces in the gutter recently, just as be
had doubtless done a hundred tunes at home.
A moment later a policeman invited him to
retrace his steps and gather up the fragments
of waste paper, on the penalty of being ar
rested. The American waa a sensible man,
and, instead of protesting that America was
the only free country on earth, he then and
there learned a valuable lesson, and subse
quently expressed his admiration of a city
which showed such respect for itself. San
Why do we always talk of putting on a
coat and vest C Who puts on a coat before a
vent! We also say putting on shoe, and
stockings. Who puts on the shoes before the
stockings! We also put up signs telling- peo
ple to wipe their feet when we mean tbetr
bonts or aboea. And a father tells a boy he
will warm hut jacket when be means to warm
his pantaloons. We are a little eccentric in
our phrases, ain't we, at times? Boston Cou
rier. A Rnaeiiui Joke.
Elderly Gentleman I can manage this
matter for you. young man, but it will cost
you a hundred rubles.
Young Officer All right; here's the half
of a hundred ruble bdl for you, and as soon
as you get the thing done you shall have the
Elderly Gentleman (shocked) Good heav
en! so young, and yet ao artful! Harper's
Experiments with Kgga.
Take two eggs of equal sise. Carefully dis
solve the shell of one with dilute hydrochloric
acid and immerse it iuto pure water. In the
course of a day or two enough water will
pass through the outside membrane to cause
it to nearly double Its volume, as may be
shown by comparison with the second egg,
which is ned as a standard. New York Tel
egram. A Warning.
Professor H. Umerous I think I have the
basis for a capital joke, my dear.
Experienced wife Don't count your chest
nuts before they're shelled. Detroit Free
Mot Exactly aa She Meant It.
Bliss Gusher (to Mr. Sknblar) So this is
Mr. Skriblarl How delighted I am to meet
yout I shall be so much more interested in
your writings after this. Judge.
If They Only Knew.
If grown men only knew as much as their
mother, think they know when they are ba
bies the world would have no further use fur
cyclopedias. Somerville Journal.
Why Be Was Lata.
Merchant You couldn't get here any
earlier, eh Breakfast at stake, I suppose.
Clerk No, sir; it was the steak at brenk
A new idea embraced in Ely's Cream
Balm. Carlarrh is cured by cleansing
and healing, not by drying up. It is not
a liquid or snuff, but is easily applied in.
to the nostrils. Its effect is magical, and
a thorough treatment will cure the worst
cases. Price 60 cents.
The instinct of oppression is in all of
us. Even the meekest sewing woman,
when her prices are knocked down, res
venges herself by felling her seams.
A Oisat la tries
Is in store for all who
Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, the
great guaranteed remedy. Would you
believe that it is sold on its
merits, and that any druggist is
authorized by the proprietor of this
wonderful remedr to oi won a
sample bottle freer It never fails to
cure acute or chronic coughs. All
druggists sell Kemp's Balsam, Large
bottle 50 cents and $1.
A man, hearing that a raven would live
suv years, oougnt one to try it
This is what you ought to hsve.in fact,
you must nve it, to fully enjoy lire.
Thousands are searching for it daily, and
mournine because the find it not. Thou
sands upon thousands of dollars are
spent annually by our people in the hone
that they may attain this boon. And yet
it may be bad by all. We guarantee that
tieciric Bitters, ir used according to di
rections and the use Dersisted in. will
bring you good digestion and oust the
demon dyspepsia and install Instead en
pepsy. We recommend Electric Bitters
for dyspepsia and all diseases of liver,
stomach and kidneys. Bold at 50 cents
and f 1 per bottle, by Hartz & Bahnseo,
A STRAP OP PAPER SAVES HER LIFE.
It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap
Ping naoer. but it saved her life, she
was in the last stapes of rnnsnmntinn
toia oy physicians that she was incurable
and could live only a short time; she
Weighed less than aeventv iwinnrli On .
piece of wrsnnini? Daner she read of rr
I - . --. 1 .
o.ings iiew uiscovery. and got a sample
bottle; it helped her, she bought a large
bottle, it belned her more, bought an
other and grew better last, continued its
use ana is now strong, neallhy. rosy
olumn. weiehino- 140 -minds Vnr fur.
ther Darticulars send atamri to W II
Cole, drnccint Fort Smith ' Trial hot.
ties of this wonderful discovery free at
nariz s uannsen s arug store.
BCCKliEN'S arnica sai.vr
The heat salve in thp world for e.ita
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains,
COmS and all akin fmritiona ..ml u,ai.
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
oox. r or sale dv Hartz & Halinsen.
John Connor, of Sault Ste. Msne. has
a rat which has seven legs and eight
paws, with one head, three distinct jws,
sod to complete the combination it has
In the Pursuit of the o-nnn thincra nf
r n ...fsa v.
khlS world we antlrinato too miih
eat out the heart and sweetness of world.
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from t)i. hg.
of Pr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures drspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer.
uioou punner, a sure cure tor arue and
malarial diseases. Price. Ml cents of
A standard medical remedv. Pond's
bxtract. It cures pain. Injuries, bleed
tng of all kinds. Sold onlv in bottles
with buff wrappers.
Who of us are witnout trouble be tbev
small or large? The blessings of health
are best appreciated when we are sich
and in pain. A backing cough, a sever
cold, or an throat or tune disease are
very troublesome; but all of these may he
sjiiirkly and permanently cured by Ur
Bigelow's Cure. Safe and pleasant fot
Saiinren . Price wl nents.
The nights are getting lonirer. but the
young man who occupies half of a parlor
chair with bis girl every evening doesn't
From Sept. 4th to Oct. 19ih. the C
R. I. & P. railway will sell Tbursdavs of
eacn week round trip excursion tickets at
reduced rwtes to Cbicsgo exposition
Tickets limited to Monday following date
oi sale. On Thursdays, inept. 19ih and
October loth, tickets to above poist will
oe sola for one fare for round tritif All
other excursion days rate will be fare and
one-tbird; twenty-five cents addid for
admission to exposition.
Many a man considers himself a treat
gun wuen in tact tie u nothing hut a
The best on earth can trulv lieaaiit t t
ungg s uiycenne -aive, wnicn is a sure,
safe and sneedv euro for ema limlAo
r i . . . . .
scalds, burns wounds and all other sores.
w ui positively cure piles, tetter and all
skin eruption. Try this wonder healer.
Satisfaction cuaranteed or money refund.
1. Onl? 85 rents. Sold bv druccisu
Heesl'e fta raw partita purifies the blood,
builds up weak and debilitated systems,
gives strength to weakened
H OOd S nerves, overcome, that tired
feeling, tones the digestive
oarsapa organs, invigorate. and reg
rllla -'ate the kidney, and liver,
expel, disease, and give,
vigorous health. Young
people say : " 1 1 Is the best M 3 k 6 8
medicine we ever took."
Old people say : It make, the Weak
u feel young again." 8o C
good a medicine may well oi'Ong
he called "the true Elixir of Life."
HwJ'i Bar pwrtlia I. sold by all drug
gists, tl ; six for IS. Prepared by C. I. Hood
Co.. Apothecaries. Lowell. Mass.
r t " "
uream uaim I 7 :
ri... ..ni.k T I A
Cold in Head
A particle la applied into each nostril and la
agreeable. Price 60 cents at Dragnacs ; by mall.
registered, u cents. ELY BROTBEK8, 56 War
ren street Mew fork.
GOO Kt H BSU
O KM K 8 8
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a X H K 8
I 1 5 U I
u O H Jttl 8 8
GOG II ! 8888
Si a kth St., (upstairs.)
Sever Travel without a Box of '
I ' i
DEMAND POND'S EX
TRACT ACCEPT NO
SUBSTITUTE FOR IT
POTTtE WITH BUFF
BY MAIL FOR SO CENTS A BOTTLE.
POND'S EXTRACT CO. 76 51H Ate New Yort
COR. WASH. Sd AVE. 8.
Prnm Qfl e-.H aHA..n-.. t n
. ...... - i - cauii it-ui-r in mm
nltal a-.. Di. e.v . at I- a. .
I SI t-a.dn-. --. A . . . . t f,t l .
r"' ' ' r 1 an rajm uirr IU V IlIliTIH
... -r r-.-ii.n uirri-rF W IU? UIOOQ
and liinrtftHl organs. Jravt iVnrt Htiic
vuuru uuiiui vmiu or cuiiinie. fta
t" " titatiiiriit Ul nil V
1MVM1- itr r I , wrvri iliaa........ .
" " ---... . i -vvc v u v- Luiti;
for onf-ihird I lie com.
LADIESry. t. trrt.,e'nl
...ri. iruntr. mil, irvt
from sallnwneaa. frrcklra. ernptiona.
r ., iiriuiani e ano perrort bealtr
ran ru. h.H n Th.i ...i. .....i
in' and al! female weakneaa prompt
j i,i,r'i. tM'niiiiit, ueauacnea, er-
run. I ' r . u. t i . .. w i i
Ov.n.n tronhles. Inflaaimalion and Ulceration.
; - -"eivi--iii. opmai wrs.neas and
liance of Life. Oonanlt the old dortor
p tn VLJI lS r'T"11;' nn urganic weak-
nMt' premature decay, evil
pilaunn of ihe heart. I.lmple. on the face. perka
lffnrethe EVK. rlnein. in ibe ear. caiarrh.
ihreaiened ronnnmptinn and every diqnallnca-
pk chi'iinvndtJ o"? imPpI'r "d ouhappy
SPkKI)lL and PERVANKSTLY cured
DLUUU ANUSK N 1'isea.es. Pvphl
, ,. , iiaauiaeasemoet
wiri..r.hn reeult-complctely eradicated
. ... ...ruun cirrornia. aryelpe-
L"., C.TF ? "'"ten- P'" Pa. l lren,: pain
111 the 11... Inri tl r. ...... w.:i. : .
T. . ' r. , -"' I'.iinii; rire i nron ana
Tmiftie. Olai.diilar enlargement of the Neck.
Kbeiirnriti.m. etc , enred wb- n oiher. have failed.
RUPTURE Corpd pain or hind-
. . - T trom bMineea.
UR NARY " RecenUy contrsrte.1 or
.. .uiwiiiu uiseaaea rOMi l aLI
enred MiltoS day, hv a local remedy. So nau
aeon. driu-a umi. Medicine mailed or eiprefe
ed to any aildren. free from observation. Char-
rTTmc"n- Bonk nd quetou hat
it , m' n"'y ta"t cot nothing
. .,0 m to li m..u S and 7 to 8 p. m.
S"ndH: i to Jt p. m.
ati. at. s. Ill H EAP0US. MIH H.
356 Jackson St.,
St. Paul, Minn.
Speedily Cures all Private, Nervous.
Chronic and Blo.d and Skin Diseases
of both Sexes, without the use
of Mercury or Hindrance
NO CURE, NO PAY.
SVnhlHn nil-, t Stvfn-s mA .11 l
Cftce. where the blood baa berome poioDed,
coing nlctrrv, hlotcb . sore throat and uoath
DbXI MM in t Kr huild mrA w--aa a. II -4 i a
" arwuvo, aauu Bill UI8re8 Ul
ibe Kidneys and Bladder, and ail diaeaatt fr
Man or in ari who are puttering from iht r
rihlferVffttal nt Msamirial anr.A r ie . - t t.ni
".a v-in-i u ivs ara v a. r r-if rwn. i.ir .
Tjr and otm of St-raal power aa the rait of
1 Onthflll InnilfrWlintl el .w....-
... . -" ", wa v. .vr?-nri ut milDrP
years, prodacmg emiMiona, nervnDneii. Iom of
mfmorv Ar.r ih.r..kv .-.
in. Feller, who hap had many yeara experience
mtblrapticlalty, in a pradoate from one of tbe
ltB( i r0 murrirsl enll,r.... r v. - . . .
f II eva.iv-c-i vi iur unir. u oaa
; -" a.iiuK nj n?rp lumi ae naa no-
derken. Caoee and correnpondence aaredty
confidential. Call or write for lint of o
Mediciueraent by mail and expreas everywhere.
GOLD KEDAJj, PARI8, 1878.
W . BAICEK & CO.VS
t mm molubl.
a uard in iu prrp&ratton. It hu
m-w Otam Itrtv ti arrrmTfJb of
CoTtia nuxnl ith Stared, Arw-rroo
or Pu(rr. Btrd tt tlerrfw tr mart
onontical. wsMfM Um fA mum cwat
t nhriln, La hi it 1iuteik
tnd Blmirmbtj idaptrd for inva.itli
veil m Iur tMTwtn in hrtk.
W. BAKER & CO. Dorchester, Mass
LOTOS FACE POWDER
valu.nn their euuiplexion rhiuld neenre a
SAWPLt BOX (GRATIS
if the listtt iniuurted iral uraMiiiintiii Brhmi-il.
odietM aa the bent
Gnarnnteed to be teerfetlT hrinriiiM.im rawanti.
hi. dun.ul utl invioihle. tor a! ererv where
frlee. JtZ and V4 . n- Af w.mr
drutfiimt iur it or wnuj iur pixstki aample bur to
J. F. LLOYD & CO., Sole Importers,
-T nt 4M aTnhlBart- Miret, C 111(160.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
Fob 8l bv thb Followino DBCooiara
Marshall 4k Fisher,
Hartz & Babnsen.
and Frank Nadler
St. Mary s School,
A Hrrt-claa. eatabhahraent. healthfallv located.
conducted by ! he officer, who foanded iu New
bnildinga, new furniture, the latest method, of
mental and physical culture: everything np to
the times. Industrial, special, and collegiate
Tas RKV. V. W. LKPFINOWSLL, D. 0 ,
Rector and Founder.
Safer by permission to the editor of this paper.
Bif G BSSxivruunlve..
sal aatlatartloa In tti.
aire of Oooorrhwa and
lileet. I preaetlbe Hand
teel sate in recotnmeua
ln( It to all anflTerera.
A. J.STOItrB, .!..
Pold br Draasiats.
111 'I 1 Ins
Cl Mrtearkf a '
THE TRATELEUS' HUIDE.
p(UICQO, ROCK ISLAND St PACIHC HAIL-
' way ue pot corner nrth avenue and Tbirtv
a n, . .. t n . i i. .
vuuurn oiuns a siiuueao- I i ., ...
ta Iav Exprea. f M 40,m m
K.naa. City Day Express... 5:80 am 110 pm
i.iwf nxprfH a as pm l:topm
v.-uuru oiun. ex aiiuneao- i er.n1 ...
taExpreaa f T:pni nMOsm
Council Blnffs Omaha I
Limited Veatlbnle Ki f
8:81 pm 9:11 ln
F.naa. rity Limited aiO:C8 pm! 4:M am
llMIV., V.atlhi.l. I. . .... ... .
..iihui. Buirrw.. .ni:gi pm. ":wtm
tQolngwe.t. tKing eaat. lily.
UBL1SOTON RilTlE-C, B. A I). RAIL-
Ti . r. " r i mi avenue ana Bixuremu it.
M J. lonrg, agent.
St. L.1UIM KIII..M
SV Lmitf Rxprea..ilI."I"!i
, S.4S am
' T IS am
8 8 pm
bu fani Kxpre..
8.. Paul Expre
Way Fret- ht (Monmouth) ..
Vt'ay Freight (rjterlini!)
Sterling P.aaepger. .
6 'M pm
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE A ST. PAt'L RAIL
way Racine St Sonthweatern Division De-
Dnt TVI. llHh aiM.1 K... I. : . i
' - v. "... 1 ' ' " iiei auu oecunu
.venue, E. D. W. Holme. .Rent.
Mall aud axprear
St. Paul Extres ,
ft. Acron modati n..
Ft. Arm no mod.tion.
S 00 j.-i
s :tai pn
7 :rj arr
Ot'K INLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DR
pot r irat avenue ana rwenlleth street.
2 :90 tim
ASV IV. .
Mall and Bxprr?.
l so pm
4 fiO pm
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East and South East.:
J SOI NO
7 .30 pm
6 17 pm
4 57 pm
1 16 pm
5 15 am
1 00 am
8 i 4 pm
8 'JO am
10 33 am
10 54 am
11 45 am
S 55 pmi
1X 48 pm
VI 5 pm
sr. . Orion.. Iv
s rt7 pm
4 35 pm
4 f7 Dm
1 IS am
7 55 pro
8 57 pm
1 J am
St. Llula. Mil
S 05 nm
7 10 am
111 15 nm
10 15 pm
I Mnclnnari O
Paaaenff er traina arrive anrl denart ftvim T "
Accommodation train leave. Rock l.land 8:45
P. m. arrive, at Peoria so a m I ..... p.
7:15 p. m. arrive, at Kock Island 1 :05 a. m.
Aceoai. Ac om. i
A worn, Accom,
8.05 am; S 'lOpm
7.10 ami 1.4tpm
6 30 am IS 50 pm
4.00 pm .10am lvR. lard ar
5 00 pm 10 20 am ar Rey'ld. lv
6 85 pmi'.a 00 am ar .Cahle .lv.
Chair ear on Pa.t Kvtii... K.t.un d i .i i
and Peoria in both direction.
H. B SLDIxiW, R. STOCKHOUSE.
Superintendent. Oen'l Tkt. Agent.
t AST M AIL TRAIN with Vertlbuled train. t
twern vaicago, muwaa.ee, at. raoi and atlnna
apolla. rRAN3-COIN"NTAL ROTJTK between Cht-
cago, ijo&ncu Dion., umaaa and ths raclM
GREAT NATIONAL ROVTK between Chicago
K.naa. City and St, Joseph, Mo.
X!W) MILES OF ROAD reaching an principal
loinie in Illinois, wuconsin, Minnesota, Iowa.
Missouri and Dakota.
For mm. time tahlee. htm a. a
freight, etc., apply to the reare-t alaUon agent
f the Chicago. Milwaakee A Su Paul Railway, at
to any railroad asent anywhere in tbe world.
ROSWELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER,
t-iKimi an(, uea'i rasa, at t. Agv
W V f. Infnr i.ttn In mImmm T . .
Towns owned ty by ths Chicago Milwaukee
ht. Paul Railway Company, write to H. . Has
gen. Land Commissioner Milwaakee). Wieoonala.
THE KDLIXE SAVINGS BANK
(Charted by the Le.laLatu re of Illlsole.)
MOLINE. - TTr.H-
Open daily from t A. at. to P. H.. sad on Taas-
Interest allowed on De. posits at tbe rata
or per Dent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
f i ana upwards.
slble to tbe depoeitore. The o&cers are prt
kh iron uvrrow -itur any 01 11a moneys. H
and caarrlsd womea protected by epaclal law
- v. ... -mm , I limt: .
.IB Iimn Vir ProaiHni. ft w u .
O trtmmm'M XV V u.
Tao-ra-s: 8. W. Whealock, Porter fklnner.
fr. W. HLinMitnv J Sll . f ... a u v a . .
Hlrari Dsrllng, A. 8 Wrujbt.'j. 8. Kesior. U
St. Hmway. J. v iuthum.
ww i ne oniy coanerea sanng. Bank la Koca
HAS POE0HA8KD THS
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
17 He solicits the trade lone enjoyed
dj his jaredeceesor and as many new
customers aa wish to favor hira with
FOR lIEU ONLY!
A POSITIVE 'LOSrer-AIXIHO KARROOS;
r "a Qee-raluii wrnvntta nemtt
X ief Errera erEueeaeeia Older Temu..
e aae na. thrm. Km!
a. fell HilmilM, mm mM
Ull MliiCU 4-iaaA,.
ClfAOQTJAnfTED WITH THE OEOOBAPBT OP THB OOtnTTHT. WIIX OBTA
n rrt r , . r re Ul. OP
lanuuui 1J1 UJUaATIOfll
THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY,
n?Sri-- ?le MoUri?. Bock Island, In ILUNOIS-Davenport, MtiBoatlne.
T?i,Y?a' S??!00.8.' Dee Moines, Wlnterset, Audubon. Harlan, and Council
fij ol ln OWA Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MINNESOTA Watertown
K?IfA0rV:,EalB 1? gAKOTA-Cam-ron, St Josopfi, and Kansas city, la
r?.1,?00-01 Fairbupy Nelson, in NEBRASKA Horton, TopJkaj
Or,tr2ViWlchiJ,. BellevlUe, Abilene, CaldwelLS KAN8iS-Pon3
flBner .Frt Beno, ln tho INDIAN TERRITOBT and Colorado
Bprinis, Denver, Pueblo, in COLORADO. FREE Becuhimr Chair Cars to
and from Chlcairo, Caldwell, Butcblnson. and Dod City, and Palace Bleep.
In? Cars between Chicao, Wichita, and Hutchinson. Traverses new and
vast areas of rich farming and frrazin? lands, afford! njr the best facilities
?J rc"nmunicatton 811 towns and cities east and west, northwest
and southwest of Chicatro. and Pacific and trans oceanic Seaports.
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS.
Leading all competitors ln splendor of equipment, oool, well ventilated, and
J?. fro dust- Through Coaches, Pullman Sleepers, PRE hi Reclining-
f . i ' MiBooun mven uintns uars uauy DerweenivDicago,
Ri.Mo?ea. Councu Bluffs, and Omaha, with Free Reclining; Chair Car to
1Jd Platte'N?.b- and tweeri Chicaaro and Colorado Bpringrs, Denver,
and Pueblo, via St. Joseph, or Kansas City and Topekua. Splendid Dining
S-t? ,rrurtUehltiy meals at seasonable hours) west of Missouri River.
California Excursions daily, with CHOICE OP BOOTES to and from Salt .
de?,ortiand' k?8 Anpeles, and San Francisco. The DIRECT
unSfand ScenGrede rden of th 0dB-the -- ;
VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
IMdT?tP1?1T?)nB,dal,v b,t.tTB,,n CnJS?" and Minneapolis and St. Paul,
xrl.I HRi?UOiL Recl?5? 9Dftlr Cars iFRgEI to and from those points and
Irfd ,Si JF C5r, CaJ S3 Sleeper between Peoria, Spirit Lake.
2?iJ , a?.- t?',?1 Island. The Favorite Line to Pipestone, Water-
Ornd1JofheNUohw2stUle Summ8P HuDtin axid Fi-Juu
-2!5HETIN? VIA SENECA AND KANKAKF.K offers flscilltiea
travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Xafavette. and Council B'"'..r a-- ,
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and bl. Psru.. T- S i
r.r.Jl.k?,9 i?'iP."' Po'de-e or desired Information, apply to any Ticket "
Office In the United States or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN.
Osasraisunager. CHICAGO. ILL,. Oea'l Ticket Fasa Agaat.
CHAS. W. YERBURY.
W. B. BARKER,
has purchased the well-known
Fourth Aifgrand Tenth Sftk
ana hnrgr tr. : tv
iu adauu luo
make a great effort to
Old Established Grocery
that it has always enjoyed by dealing only in the best Roods
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Successor to A
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
t58econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
New Elm Street Grocery
GEO. E. BEOWNEE,
(Successor to Danquard A Browner)
FIOXJR AND PEED
family Groceries and Provisions, .
He solicit a Bhare of th tratn onrl urill m-V
as the lowest. Telephone connections. p aa low .
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAi
Adams Wall Paper Co.,
LERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers
300 Patterns of New Styles in Wall Paphb. '
0Painting, Graining and Paper Hanging.
OIMICK BLOCK, Twentieth Street,
near Third Avenue
No. 119 Seventeenth Street, Rock Island
t Cleaning and repairing done neatly and cheaply. -
J: T. DIXON.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
- 1706 ficcond AvHv
FROM A STTJST OF i " -
-Steam i Gas Fitter-
AND DEALER IN
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
HTBest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1183.
Rock Island, 111.
f , v:
luowiu vi ma prcucutJosor."
perpetuate the good name of this
damson & Ruick,
Rock Island, 111.