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VOL. XXXVIII. NO 2.
BOCK ISLAND, MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1889.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
ITER. h i VL i.V.J.Pt IT
CUW. YERBl'BY. ,,..,.
W. B. BARKER,
has purchased the well known
Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street,
and hopes to retain the custom of his predecessor
He nil! make a rct effort lo perpetual the Rood Dime of this
Old Established Grocery
that it hk always enjoyed by dealing only in the brat k.vkIs
AT THE LOWEST TRICES.
Successor to A damson & Rnick,
Shop Nineteenth St., lift. First and Second Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
tg"8econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
New Elm Street Grocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor to Danquard 4 Browner)
FLOUR .AJNTD FEED
He solicit a 6hare of the trade and will make trice as low
iL 1 . m 1 .
as uir iowwl leiepnone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
Proprietor of lb Old and well-known
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Has opened with aa eelire slock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc.
WrVes Farm Produce always oa hand
Vr. emart Acatra. a faaraal of hla aU traa aa4 til try aa4 gift patrosa
1 ef f uf a.
-Sew and fully equipped. New furniahitigs throughout Will compete
with any. Scad for circulars.
Tcmox: Four month. 23; Sit month, 133; loe month, $30.
ddree C. W. Bock Ialand, El.
it r-uvr f ii 1 m
y4jypur groaer for
Savta Clam Soap.
-Steam s Gas Fitter-
AND DRALER IN
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lfai Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
w-JT Brat work at fir price. Estimate furnished.
Office snd shop 219 lSlh Si. Telephone 1182.
do not feci well, do you ?
have tried all kinds of remedies
would give a fortune to regain good
should remember that Dr. I 'an Dyk's
Kidney Cordial is bound to cure you.
will try a bottle and recommend it.
know all about it now and wont for
get it, will you ?
trron sale by all druggists.-!
pricas aa4 Untanl
FARM AND GARDEN.
INTERESTING INFORMATION RF.LAT
ING TO THE FARM.
omm warn sad) well )1nirrm Waya
" Meaae TwtIm-I f, r Abiding Mud
Bote and Stagnant In rilla--Aa EOae-
With a platform aiinil ir to that alifiwrn
atB, incut 1, the troulle of cleaning
mo wen or pump are muoh lessened.
The covering or door.
Itaelf at C, can be easily removed, and
uuoa away wun tearing jp nailed down
boards. It fits closely around the pump,
holding it firm when ni limine hv I, an, I
or wind power. Thick cleats fit tightly
against tiie slwpers 01' the platform,
keeping it firmly in place. To avoid the
entrance of rats, worms and reptiles, the
upper once or stone, tor a Tew feet down,
should be placed in mortar or cement
The top should incline a little and be
uooio to nt tne bottom of platform.
HO. 1 HOISK DRAIN A'
D WELL PLAT-
Mud holes exist on m.
tny farms at the
watering troughs. Som
9 permit hogs to
wallow there, and the fi
ant puddles must
water, making it unfit f
As it is almost impoasil.l.
from leaking some meat
lo avoid mud holes.
th of these stag
r man or beast.
to keep troughs
s should be used
KO. S TROUOH ANT) TIL DRAIN.
A correspondent in Pi sine Farmer, to
wuicn journal we are ndebted for the
illustrations here tireser ted. tka
plan shown in cut 2. A tile drain was
l -a . . .
uua unaer tne troun 1 ear tne surface.
It carries the water into a silt luuin
shown at the right, wiuoh removes any
muuoiness, ana from tnnce it runs into
a regular drain. Stone
the trough at a cost of about $1, and the
arrangement naaone ervice lor eight
At A, In cut 1, is show n also a plan by
which surplus water was conducted awav
from a house well. A a undorfToiiml
arain was maUe tv nrst liging a trench
foot deep, with fl it bcttom ten inrhM
wiae, iu tne middle of rach a narrower
trencn was made. A baM ru kin n
tlie bottom and the dirt r,l iirw-kn ft
Without the bother or crpene of laying
aiue anun, tne suiall aaiountor water
wasted at the house well was thus effect
ually removed a few roc s down the hill.
Sua Scalded Ti
Apple trees in many sections of the
country are more injured by sun scald
than by any other one ct use. Hence the
advisability of protecting trees, especially
young one with high t eads, from the
on's ray. Trees that incline to lean to
the northeast are very s isceprible to the
ray or tiie afternoon mn which will
strike their stems with latal effect, and
the exposed bark will anon dry and pel
off, the worms will commence work, and
the tree had as well be removed, as it
will not pay to attempt its resuscitation.
iROTEcmo!i Board s 'aping fork.
The protection board ehom n in the cut
is advLsed by Mr. Jamt Fiu, of Kes
wick, Va. , in hi manu. J on apples, as
bemg efficient and inexpensive. To make
a similar one, take two b itu-ds (old i.lank
will answer), saw them off two and a
half or three feet long by sis or eight
inches in width. Nail th lr ends together
at right angles; bore an super hole in the
centerf the one that is to lie on the
ground; place it on the toutheat side of
the tree and pin it to the ground. The
perpendicular arm or part is the shield,
and the tree is safe. A turf or flat rock
will serve to hold it in pi .ice instead of a
If the tree are only t lightly injured,
they can sometimes be aved by an ap
plication of equal parts cf clay and cow
dung well mixed and carefully spread
on the dried parts ami tied securely
by a bandage of cloth. The wounded
part should be first scraped, and all
dead bark removed so 1 s not to injure
the live wood or bark. This composition
may be used in graftii g and wounds
The remaining figure in tiie cut is a
steel spading fork, whict will be found
useful for working tint lediately under
the tree. It can be used with less injury
to the roots than a hoe or other imple
ment, and to greater depth and with leas
There as ao attencance of nearly
800 members at the reo-nt annual con
vention of American tm: very men. Offi
cer re-elected were: Pi esident, George
A. Sweet, Dansville, N. i.; vice presi
dent. O. J. Carpenter, iairbury. Neb.;
secretary, Charles A. Gnn, Rochester,
N. T.; treasurer, A. R. V.Tjitrjey, Frank
lin Grove. Ilia
Make the live of so many people mis
erable, and often lead lo self-destruction.
We know of no remed? for dys
pepsia more successful taan iiood Sar-
aaparllla. I'acla genii J. yet surely and
efficiently, tone the u mark and other
organ, remove the faint feeling, create
a food appetite, cure headache, and
refreae the burdened mind. Give
Hooda BexMparilla a f a r trial. It will
do you good.
The colour of Victoria Australia. ith
1.100,000 iahabltaata, i said to muster
130 religion' seel.' ej Ut bealint the
record of our ova country.
Who of as are witaout trouble be tirr
mall or large The tueoing of health
an beat appreciated wl ea we are ich
and ia pain, A hacking cough, a eevnrk
cold, or any throat or ung disease are
very troublesome; but aQ of these may be
luickJy and permanent! y cored by Dr.
BigeW Cure. Safe ad pleasant fot
shCdrea. Price 60 cent.
1 ul ' Mi
ll ! 1 ltT!h1ji!
ill' Hi H m-tph1
Til i Miil-9 iilljN:
UatlliMllimLli Hi 1 uLl XX ilk
FROM THE CAR WINDOW.
Lit a great serpeot our trala sped alone
O'er bill and through sweet stnellioc clan.
Through the deep tangled thicket aad roreat of
By low hanging orchard and rich ctustTlng vine.
i nrougn inai7 a nowary rea.
With meteor awlftnMS we trundled .car.
O'er echoing treble and bridge.
r'aib where rippling waters In tumint b stirred.
Whom sparkle is aora but whaee song Is unheard.
aa wa nun inrougn a note in cne naga.
to niad eager baste we acamppred along,
Turough picturesque Tillage and town.
Pan bright, goldes HHrt. with the grain waving
And rich verdant meadows with brook running
And cow tring lazily down
With arrow like speed we darted along
Where Tidum of geo beauty gleam.
Past children in doorwars aU eager to see.
With liny hand, waring and faces aglee
By farmer boy guiding hla team.
We gamboled along this frolicsome way
Tast Tina cowred farm house and cot.
By manoona of anlradiir in Miaged grounds.
Where fountains and flowers and velvety mounds
lunoeuuuied a rairy lite spot.
While rattling aloag in Hi in rollicking way.
From ttiatrnvd corcred cabin and dome,
I thought BlVWlf aa thMH. Tiwa ,IMmI Kv
And quick, shifting contrast came oft to my eye.
1 uw wen one wa aomenoay a noma
Edward A Oldham In Boston Globa
Rolnl the Knthra.
When the houniinrv nirv.piiN ,m mH
ning the line westward through Manitoha, a
resident of Tembina cautioned Capt. Came
ron, the head of the Canadian survey, against
me sioux. who were men mustering in Wood
Mountain district, and rvcommendnd hi, tak
ing a large escort. "Oh, I am uot afraid of
them, replied the gallant little hero; "1
shall just hoist the British enigo, and that
" u oe sum-ieni - iniue course of the con
venation Capt Cameron inquired as to the
best means of snving his men and animals
from the annoyance of mrwquitoes, which
that year were peculiarly troublesome.
"There is no remedy for them," replied the
American, "except when there ia a slight
oreeze, rieiore wnicn thev disanrmar " "v
said the gallant officer, "but we must do
something. Mno cant work and take care
ful observations with these infernal mosqui
toes buzzing around them, can't von do any
thing to get rid of them. Mr. I
"Wal. sir. we cant do anvthinfr hm- ara
have to put up with them. Perhaps if you
wra ui noisi ine ontian ensign you spoke of
a while azo. that miirht arara 'am I Ht
know nothing else they'd care a cent for."
oan r rauci&co Argonaut.
Causa lor Anger.
The Liverpool Mercury relate an incident
which shows how some English landlords
treat their tenants. A prosperous farmer,
a ho was desirous of purchasing hu holding,
hii h has been occupied by his family for
three generations, waifod upon his landlord
and made known hi desire, stating that he
oau savea uut broke the landlord:
"ou have saved J on my land I You
want me to sell it to you ! i tall you what
1 11 do; I'll raise your rent 100 a year!" And
be did it. The rent was an impossible on.
The tenant bad to turn out from the bouse ia
which be was born, and the farm was offered
for new occupation. It tad to be let at 60
less rent than was actually being paid by the
hereditary tenant, but all attempt to conclude
a reasonable arrangement on the part of the
saving farmer were useless. The landlord
tuoupbt he bad I igbtly punished him for his
impudence. Cases like this are arousing an
aur; iseiing among t.nglib tenant farmers.
The merchant who keens a strict invmni r
bis cash and credit aU h..
faction of knowing bis petition, but be pos-
wsww nai is m reality a business barometer,
which, bv makin? mniinninnc m-, 11 .
him, w ith some degree of certainty, to gangs
u otuiiwsb; 10 ascertain whether it is paying
or not, and if so, whether it is sufficient to
guarantee extending; and if not, by how
uiut-u ne must curtail expenses in order to
maks it do so. ears ago, whan competition
was not so keen, and profits consequently
lareer than now. it wa nnt rw-. .
to koep such a keen watch over the most
minute details of business. But times have
chanced, and with thum h.v.fiimitieh&i k.
chances of successful merchandizing, making
i uuperauTeiT necessary tor every merchant
to exercise a watchful mm np.r- k. i , . in
things. Cloak and Suit Review.
As man v a IT mo r. 11 . . V1 Hi rvi
come ujto New York city every year.
cnienv rrom I antral a nw,- ihMinh i..w
are grown in nearlv all the tmninl mnn.
tries. Those from tsan Bias ara mndrlnml
the best. They can hardly be said to have a
'season." as the imports are nearlv mnit.nl
through the year. A well grown tree will
yieia m tne rainy season two nuts in three
days, and in ths dry season the average is
about one in two dava Many are lost bv
being blown off bv the hurh winds hefnra
j - - . . uu. win uk i miii. . am
Data are aortwd a th., .M iminUn
the vessels, the inspector being able to deter
mine wneiner a nut Is good by giving it a
single tap. Tney are then packed in bags of
on hundred each and put into the market.
Her IataBtiona Were Good.
Jerome Hill tells a good one. In Berlin ha
met an eminent Dutch doctor and his wife,
the latter riding hersehVon th fluency with
wnicn sua spoke r-nglisn. '"tier accent was
quaint and queer," said Mr. HilL "but her
intentions were evidently good. Said she;
M -ester Heel, I admire your country ver
mooch, and I lute to read de books of your
writera. But I cannot remember de names
of your great men, your soldiers and presi
dnta I becootn confused. Now tell me.
vont you please, is George Washington still
slivef I tried to be noiite.' concluded Mr.
Hill after lie had smiled heartily and audi
bly at the recollection, "but I am afraid I
laughed for about ten minutes. When I ex
plaiufxl things, the doctor and his wife eur
yed the k.te as much as L" St. Louis Re
Railroad Ties of Mahocany.
The next dav wa rode for miles through
ma-nificect forests of mahogany and ebony
trees. It may seem strange, but it is ths
plain truth for miles and miles through this
country the Monterey and Gulf railroad will
use mahogany ties, and the timber used ia
the construction of its bridges will be of the
same material, and often ebony will be used.
ast toresta of these precious wood stretch
Cur miles on either side of the roadbed, and
the niund of the woodman's ax baa never
yet disturbed the stillness of the virgin spot
.Mexican Cur. ha nasi City Tunes.
Small Boy Grandpa, 1 beard the doctor
say that you were liable to die soon of spon
taneous com ousoon.
Grandpa Yes. dear.
8 ma a Boy Well, try to keep alive until
the Fourth of July, wont yout Epoch,
A Great I arenas
I ia store for all who se Kemp's
Balaam for the Throat and Long, the
great guaranteed remedy. Would you
believe that it i sold oa iu
merit, and that any drmgjrist u
authorised by the proprietor of this
oaderfui remedy to give you a
ample bottle free? It never fail to
cure acute or chronic roughs. All
druggist sell Kemp's Balaam. Large
Dotue ou cents ana si.
Like many a young man. nature betnns
her fall by painting thing red
Prom Sent. Ath in rw luta twri
R. I. 4 P. railwsv will sell Thnradava f
each Week round trin exenrainn tfokM at
reduced rate to Chicago expoeiUon.
Tickets limited to Monday following date
of sale. Oa Thursday. Sept. 19th and
October 10th. tickets to above point will
oe oia tor on tare lor round trip. AO
other exrnrsioB dav rata will h far mi
on third; twenty-fire cents added for
This ia what you ought to have. in fact,
you must have it, to fully enjoy life.
Thousands are searching for It rlaila and
mourning because they find it not. Thou
sand upon thousand of dollars are
pent annually by our people in the hope
that they may attain this boon. And vet
it may be had by all. We guarantee that
Electric Hitters, II used according to di
rection and the use persisted in. will
Drinir VOU anon dipestinn and mm tha
demon dvsnensia and install Instead on.
pepsy. ve recommena electric Hitter
for dvsnrnsia and all diaeaaea nl liwor
stomach and kidney, sold at 50 cent
and 11 per bottle, by Hartc & Bahnten,
A SCRAP OF PAPER SAVES HER LIFE.
It wss just an ordinary scrap of wrap
ping paper, but it saved ber life. She
wa in the last stages of consufhDtion
told by physicians that she was incurable
and could live only a short time; she
weighed less than seventy pounds. On a
piece of wrapping paper she read of Dr.
King' New Discovery, and got example
bottle; it helped her, she bought a large
Dome, it helped her more, bought an
other and grew better fast, continued its
use and ia now strong, healthy, rosy,
plump, weighing 140 pounds. For fur
ther particulars send stamp to W. II
Cole, druggist. Fort Smith. Trial hot
ties of this wonderful discovery free a
Hsrtz & Bahnseo's drug store.
BDCXLRN'S ARNICA SALVE
The best salve in the world for cots,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and post
tively cures piles, or no pay required. I
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 35 cent pet
dox. r or sale dv Mart dt Hahnsen.
In London latelv fourteen nnlirempn
Were rillt off dntv in ISA rlaea hr hilAO
kicks, knocks and punishes administer) d
at tne nana, reel and teeth or the unru v
In the pursuit of the ranl thincr r.t
. . e
. v. vu .1 v.. J w U1UI.1I, we
eai oui me nean ana sweetness of world
ly pleasures bv dcliehtful forethmiffht nf
them. The results obtained from the use
ot ut. Jones Ked Clover Tonic far exceed
all Claims. It cures desnenaia and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles, it is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood Durifler. a sura rnr fnr (tiia rt
malarial diseases. Price, 50 cento, of
A green moil agent on the Read! no
railroad bun? out the mail hair catcher
and hooked a reel of hose from a wsier
The cst nn earth ran trnlv tw nni.t nt
uni'L' a t vcertne a ve which u mi.
safe and speedv cure for cut l.micn
scalds, burns wounds and all other sore'.
in positively cure piles, tetter and all
s&in erupiion . i rv mis womier i,t-air
Satisfactirn euarnnteed or money refund'
l. lUiT z- cents, hold bv lrinTi ii-u
The famous German recriment known
as the Black Brunswicker. are about to
eichanpe their time honored uniforms
. l r i
Kir me rrussiau pattern.
ii an a mat is retter man no vacation
Pond's Extract, for pains, aches, cuts,
etc. Its power is supreme over all dis
ease that comes within Its range. It
never Talis, l ry it once
BmM siaaaasssi yansn tiie blood,
builds up weak and debilitated systems,
glres strength to weakened
HOOfJ 8 nerves, overcomes that tired
feeling, tones the digestive
oargapa organs. Invigorates and reg-
r i 1 1 8 ulates the kidneys and liver,
expels disease, and gives
vigorous health. Young
people say: "It Is the bet Makes
medicine we ever took."
Old people say: "It nukes the Weak
ns feel young again." So .
good a medicine may well OtrOflg
be called "the true Elixir or Life."
Hawd-s aaraaatarllla Is sold by all drug
gists. l; six tor AS. Prepared by C L Houd
Co.. Apothecaries. Lowell. Mass.
, IL Catarrh
Cold in Head
A PartlCI Is S Dulled Into urk antrfl mrxA i.
sgreeabla. Price SO cants st DragTin : by msll.
regiPtetwd eocnta. BLT BHotagRS, M War
ran street ew York.
Dr. Tait Butler,
(Assistant Stat Veterinarian of lows)
(Saccaeeor ts Dr. J. D. Sntherferd 1
OSc boars II a sx to S p. sa.
Dentistry a Specialty.
Office: Covae's rW Stable, Market sqaarc.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
SxrEfTXxaTH St (up Btain.)
AVOID ALL IMITA.
TiONS. THEY MAY
BOTTLE WITH BUFF
TRACT. ACCEPT NO
SUBSTITUTE FOR IT
THIS IS THE ONLY
RIGHT KINO DON0T
TAKE ANY OTHER.
cob. WAia. a 3d AVE. 8.
Ffftm 30 wtrl sviumanoa I nu
pit! and Private practice Is enabled
ajuiHc-c rinicinurt? id Lftroou
thrraslt sua aa akin kr iAm. W . J .
w, waasas, amurjp, Uiautiri
and kindred orpn. Gravil and tric
irr turra wimom pain or cattlnff.
ThA -.hi 1;...
uw trtaimrni oi any!
nrlvitaAT .lrA a. 1
F' - svjfu uiFeatd tar, utjcurni
ar nna.thlrH tha nat
I A fSl CO Bv this travtrnt
. r elycowplesion, fret
from M'hwnfM, frecklee, crai.tiona.
tr. hrillianr ai v,.-i.i
can be had. f"That "liivd feel-
in aad all female weakness prompt
- t'MMua, hi auacura, er
TODS Pmatfraxrinn mnri ....
Ovarian troohWs. Inflamroatfoa and rirentkw
rauitsgand displacements, Spinal weakness and
(faatiL nt T If i rnn.nlf ..-. t j
NERVOUS Phr"ie' " Organic weak
rnrehodlnn. aeir-dUinist. impmrrd memory, nal-
r . , -- ftuipo, un luc race. SDecal
trforethe KYB, ringing la ihe ear. caurh!
u...im crasumpiion and every dWqoalillra-
lion 1 hat rllira m ivvlafT. I .
tJPKElHLY and PERMANENTLY cared.
itiun, .1. .-...-wiuineij eradicated
wlttioottbenseof n:ercDr. Scrofala. Kryalpe-
T.- "f f rphililc sore Throat and
Tonne. Glandular enlargement of the Neck.
iTV-V. . on "'ners nave failed.
RUPTURE Co,d with, pwln or hind-
. iron naeineps
URINARY .f"""' contrscteJ or
eODSdni0it Medicine, mailed or er..a.
!. 7 T. T 4"" ,r'''' 'rnr obaerration. Char
fS? IJr!rf Ch' Bonk " qoesfoa list
8ondiTl!!.:iVomt0 " m ",l3 "d "8 P-
tS Warn. at. s. HHHaFOLIS. IH.
356 Jackson St
St. Paul, Minn.
Speedily Cures all Private, Nervous.
Chronic and Blojd and Skin Diseases
of both Sexes, without the use
of Mercurj or Hindrance
NO CURE, NO PAY.
SrrtMlia rcWt C, .1 ... ...a . ,t ,
caM, where the blood baa become poisoned
f&n.inff K : .. h . , . .
- .-,wo. 'id lunni ana aiOQia,
pain. In the bead and bones, snd ail dlaeaeee of
the Kidneys and Bladder, and all d;eat. e-
i aired from expoanre are Cl'RED rOR I IFK
of all asi. who are .nffering from the or
nole eSecu of r-eminal weakaeae. Sexual debili
ty and ioes of 4xnal unn . ,h.
yaara. prodnuoa eaiialona, mtoudch. loe. of
Dwmorr. au- . ,h..nK:. ,
Cared - ivriuaaanijy
Ut. Feller, who fcss bad msiy years experience
loUiis.peelalty. j a sradatte from one of the
iMilln. fn1il 1 .l
-- - "t uie w'uu r. n e na.
a.Tia (ailed in canax any caees that be haa no
rtsaea. Case, and corre.pnndcnce earedly
contdenrlal. Call or write fur list of qaettion.
Medixluceaent bjaiall aad expreee eTerywbera.
GOU) KED AX, FASia, 1878.
W. BAKER & CO.'S
It mhtotutetw pan mwut
it I soiwaVe.
sr jm4 in m pnmntrnm. It hai
- On caw ti u tU mrttftk cf
tsjeoa mtxw wrta Stjura. Arrcrwroat
sr Safv. and ta txrrlorw far morv
XoatiscL cvaarrsaay Urn tkm . ops.
a cm. It is or . kcitttsav sa.-iBv1...
tmfths?ttitisi, EasiLT tIaErrci
and adniiraiuy alupi tv- mr,.)
vU as tor p-ra7t ia bta.tk.
IMs11 1V Clt-. A-aaa-w-aw
W. BAKES St CO. Dorchester. Mast
LOTOS FACE POWDER
L sid d es
faiaiaa; tbtr eompiexton b'-oil weenre a
SAMPLE BOX GRATIS
de4 aa Uie beet
Goarmnteesi u be t-erfectJr hann;. IniperretKI-
V. dun.br aVtMl mTtttti T.r waia atanah.ra
tt-te. tit avaasS aVOa? ? Rk. Asi imt
dnvtfiat fur it or wnte for pesjto aajnite bor to
J. F. LLOYD 1 CO., Solt Importers.
T a-aid at Walsrtaa Hffft, CH If A SO.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
Fom Sals bt thb Foixowuto Dbc&sibt
Marshall & Flsber,
Hart 3c Bahnsen,
and Frank Madler
HAS PURCHASED THS
and haa removed to
Third ATe,, and Tenth St.
WH aoliciu the trad loog cniojed
by bia prcdeoetaor aad a many new
ctutomn a wish to favor Lira wiLb
ef "5 1
THE TRATELERS HCIDE.
Chicago, rock island a pacimc nail.
way-Depot corner Fifth sveaos sad Thirty-
Council BIdS. A Minueao-1
ta Day Express (
Ksnoaa City Day Express...
B:R0 am 11-wi pm
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Conncil Blnffs a Omaha
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Denver Vemlbnle Express
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tOoIng eat. Daily.
'CKLINOTON R( ITfE-C, B. J. RAIL
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CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAl'L RAIL-
Houinwestern lMTmlon De
pot Twe tieth .ireet between First snd Second
svynne, E. D. W. Holmes, event.
11 :50 am
Mail and axpree
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Roc k Inland a pkoria railway de
pot Firei STenue snd Twentieth street.
1 SJl pm
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MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East and South East.
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10 pm: 1.15 pm
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S 57 pmiDanTlile, III.
.45 m Terrs Hante.
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9) pm! Indianapolis.
10 15 Dml.l.oni.Tilla
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7 10 am
11 IB pm
8 in pm
7 lm lil )pmi inclnnsij O
Paeeenffer trains arrive ani drnart fmm i-i
accommodation train learea Rock Island 8 45
p. m. arrive, at Peoria 1 R0 in Leave. Peoria
,w p. w. iiitc, noca i.iana i :uo a. m.
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8.05 am' 8 HO pm
7 10 ami 145 pm
SO am H 50 pm
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5 85 pm '2 00 am ar .Cable , it.
Chair car on Fast Einree between Rork l.i.nrf
and Peoria In both direction.
H. B SLDLOW. h ST.ICKHOUSE.
6aperintendent. Gen'l Tkt. Agent.
FAST IL TRAIN with Vesttbttled train, be
tween Chicago, Milwaukee, si, Psaland Miaae
lRAN3-CONTr!f VXTAL ROUTE between Cbt
can. Council Blniti, Omaba and the facia
SRBAT SAT105AL ROCTB between Chicace
roo MILES OF ROAD reacblnz an principal
"" miuii., tt anuv, aiuuieaoia, lows,
M laaoori and Dakota.
For maps, fma ubles, rata, of pajwafw aa
. P ' ' K '. i-wmj c-v aianoa area,
f lbs Chicago, atllwaskee A 8:. Pan! Hallway, at
- cu auj w hcti in uie woria.
BOTWILL wrLLEB, A. V. H. CARPfyTIR,
General Manager. Oea'l Paaa. A T. Ag.
CaPor tnfnmatlon t mmf.mmm t m T J .
Town, owned by by the Chicago Milwaukee A)
rl. raul Kailway Ccnpany. write te H. . Han
tea. Land commissioner Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
THE HOLME SAVINGS BAXK
(Charted by ths Legislature of miaota.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Opaa da.ly from A M. to I P. M . a,d on Taas
ia and satarjay CT.atnsa tram I la
Interest allowed on Despotfta at tbe rats
... . . .
oi per lDl. per Annum
Deposits received in amounts of
f 1 and Upwards.
SICCBITT A5D ADYATTTAGBS.
The prrrata property of tha Trasteas Is raanew.
ted from borrow! tut any of iu BMaeys. Mhksrs
aad married wom-s roucicd by sadal law.
Omcil: S T.Wnn.i.?nMti aw.
Tea Klaaa, Vice rreaidtst; C. V. Hnmii.
TacjTsasj-8. W. Wtiock, Porter fstinwr,
P. r. Homer. way, i. eriee Leas, O. B Kdwards.
Riran DarliDg. A. 8 Wrtcht, 1. 8. Keauar U
U H-meawayTc. VlUtham. '
. s-w i be oniy chartered savlaga Baak la Keefe
Islaa County. .
aal satMacttoa In tbe
core of UoourrbcHa arid
i Uleet. I pnscribe It and
feel safe In recirsmenc
ln( It to all HitTcren
price. 91. aa.
fjid by DroKKatT
FOR MEN ONLY!
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'"""toaeiiMi navoc iiieurrT
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DHAOQUAnrTED WITH TBS OE0OBAFBT OP THB OODTTTHT, WttA OBTAUI
MUCH VALUABLE IBTORMATIOH
THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY,
Including; main lins, branch and extension Raat and Witt of tha
Missouri Elver. The Direct Route to and from Chlcsuro, JoUet, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle. Moline, Eocle Ialand, In IlLINOIS-Davenport, Muscatine.
Ottumwsv, Of-knJoooa, Dee Molnee, Winters t, Audubon, Barlsva,and Council
Bluffs. In IOWA Minneapolis and St. Paul, in MINNESOTA Wstertows
S?tai?A0rUifr??vU8' 1 gAKOTA-Cameron, St. Jospph, and Kansaa City. In
xfiSSSP81-0? FaJr,Dviry. and Nelson, In NEBRASKA Horton. Tocwka.
Hutchinson. Wichita, BelleviUe, Abilene, Caldwell, In ICAN8A8 Pond
Creek, Kjurfleher, Fort Beno, in the INDIAN TEKEITOBT nd Colorado
Springs, Denver, Pueblo, in COLORADO. FREE Recllnlna; Chair Csira to
and from Chicago, Caldwell, Hutchinson, and Dodire City, and PaUsvca Bleep
ing Cars between Chicago, Wichita, and Hutchinson. Traverse new and
vaet areas of rich fkrminar and frraxirur lands, affording- the beat foe tittles
or intercommunication to all towns and cities east and wast, northwest
and southwest of Chicago, and Pacific and transoceanic Seaports. . .
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS,
Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment, cool, wall ventilated, and
grree from dust. Through Coaches, Pullman Sleepers, FBSB BeollnlnsT
b air Cars, and (east of Missouri River) Dintnff Cora Daily between Obi oaffo.
es Moinea, Council Bluffs, and Omaha, with Free Reclining' Chair Car to
North Platte, Neb., and between Chicago and Colorado 8 prince, Denver,
and Pueblo, via St. Joseph, or Kansas City and Topeka. Splendid DlnineT
ftH7llanlnf meals at seasonable hoursl west of Missouri River.
California Excursions daily, with CHOICB OF BOOTES to and from Salt
J-") Og-den, Portland, Los Anireles, and San Francisco. The DIRECT
LINE to and from Pike's Peak, Manltou. Oarden or the Ooda. tha Saaltart
ums, and Scenic Grandeur of Colorado.
VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
fiSlnPjgZfytZ T' ne daUy between Chicago and Minneapolis and St Paul,
with THROUGH Reclining; Chair Cars (FREE) to aad from tHoee points and
J-?fia City,- Through Chair Car and 81eeper between Peoria, Spirit Lake,
and Sioux Falls yia Rock Island. The Favortte Uns to Pipestone, Water-
GiSSncf.lofXthf Nrthwesu118 1 HttnUn PtahlD
THB 8HOBT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers facilities to
travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Council Bluffs, St.
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, aad St. Paul.
Por.TlLk'?',M,y5?' Poldera, or desired information, apply to any Tick
Office ta tbs United Suum or Canada, or addrses
E. ST. JOHN.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
The Moline MaMM,
MafaaT rva mm m
Manufactnrers o! FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
Afnllandcoinpl,u. !ae nf PLATFORM uid ether f,.rin Wavons. eeoaclanv ad.ata a. ta.
weaura trade, of .nixTi-r worma.hin.nrf ei.K ilr'l.ZTVzriT "?,'K tela
apphra.lon see tbe HuU.NK
Adams Wall Paper Co.,
LrERCH & SITTOI.IFFE, Managers.
300 Patterns of New
-Painting, QriDlng and Paper EangiDtf.
0IMICJ StOCK. Twentieth Street,
near fbird Avenue.
Flour, Feed, Baled Hay, Straw,
CSteamehiii Asency ami remittaDce to
Proprietor of Bradj Street
All kind, of Cl'T FLO A
One Block N'orib of Central Paik
i ire ira i ia lowa
Contractor and Builder,
CaT-plas an estimates fnrnl.bed. A specialty made of tnVworF AU?.'
promptly aad aatlef action gaaruteed. Twara aiTanded to
Offlca and Mhop No, 1818 Third Arenas-
TIIE FOURTH AVE. HOTEL
o charged bsnds, having- been leased lo
run .trictly flmlv.. Dpsclal rates to ctty boarars7
Comer Fourth veoo nd Twenty third treet. Rock IIand.
, . No-119 Seventeenth Street, Rock Island.
.iuij uuae peatiy
rock Island fousl barberop"
AND BATH ROOMS.
J . T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mem Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avennr
rHOM A ITTTDT OF MAr
CHICAGO. ILL. Oen'l Ticket k Fasa aaau.
V. AooN Ul n Vurchaelaf .
Styles in Wall Papkr.
Rock Island, 111.
Crockery. Glassware, Cutlery.
any part of Europe.
anrl 603 Ninth Street, Rock Ialand. IU.
ERS coo.tahlly on band.
408 Brad, Sirei
Kir to 3ntbrle A Co'llne.) "