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VOL. XXXVIll. NO 9.
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1889.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
W. B. BARKER,
lias purchased the well known
Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street,
and hopes to retain the custom ot Lis predecessor.-
He will make a great effort to perpetuate the good name of tbia
Old Established Grocery
-that It baa alway enjoyed by dealing only in the heat cida
AT THE LOWEST TRICES.
Successor to A
Bhop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
l57Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
New Eim Street Grocery
GEO. E. BRO WNER,
(Suncesior to Panqiiard & Browner)
FLOUR AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the trade and will make price as low
as the lowest Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
Proprietor of tbe Old and well-known
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
lias opened with an eutlre Block of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc.
I wTTreab Farm Produce always on band
ry, pB.rt ivtltm a renewal of hi old trad and will try and glv. patron. P treatment
M of yore.
J. M. BUFORD.
44 Wf mn4 Tltmo trto OmfMtM
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
as law as aay reU.bie eoasnany asm
Tsar pairsasas at snornsa
1 m Afgrns asssB.
FOR HEN ONLY!
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fall ntlwiiln. M. hmm alius
lill MUlUt ts. Islf u. a. 1.
-Steam a Gas Fitter-
AND DRALEB IN
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Dose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Oas Fixtures.
fjrfciat work at fair prirea. EatlmatPS furnished.
Office and shop 210 l$ih St. Telephone 1193.
damson & Ruick,
do not feel veil, do you f
have tried all kinds of remedies
would give a fortune to regain good
should remember that Dr. fan Dyk's
Kidney Cordial is bound to en re you.
will try a bottle and recommend it.
know all about it tiow and wont for
get it, 'will you
SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.'
John Volk & Co.,
Bath, Doom, Blindi. Siding, Floorlnc,
sad all kinds of wood work for bnllders.
Eighteenth 8L, beL fhlrd "d.2to,JiSD.
PEERLESS DYES best
la 4 eUre that eeltas
at, Wash Oat Ner Fade.
8o!d by Drngfita. Also
Pen-lew Drana. Paints a oelsta.
Penlest Laundry Bluing.
PmH Ink Powdeis T colors.
V mt Us. Shoe Harass. Disssiag.
L i ) fl Midi
A DIVER'S EXPEDIENCES.
VETERAN'3 TALK CONCERNING
AFFAIRS UNDER WATER.
rbe Pramr. Sustained br a IX v
gers from a Ton Rapid iwa.it
Surface Various Ititenatlna;
Takm fro ib Wreflrt.
Rome very interesting fui-ta relating to
Jiving have hern told the wi iter by Oeorge
W. Fuller, the vetwun uVmrine diver and
inventor of tub-tiuu-irte api liaoces. In a
talk with Mr. Puller rrlative to the preanir
nutained by a diver wlion in li!Tvritdnpthi
it water and other mattcru f a sub-marine
nature, be has explmnM 1 mny question.
whK-ta were ut-rpluzing, and -rrei-td an me
of the imprmiion. received by the writer
during hia reexnt trip to tht bottom of tbe
bay. Mr. Fuller baa ahowt nie that the
premure is about forty four pound, to the
tquare im-h. He goea on to aay that "even
I his priwure is enormous, for the turfarv of
the body of a diver of nnlinnry proportion.
pnwnU twelve square feet of surface upon
which thin tremendous preavire is exerted,
and he is, when In 100 feet of salt water, ex
posed to a pressure equal t about thirty
(tight tons pressing in wanlly toward a com
mon renter. "
Mr. Fuller goes on to say: The resistance
offered to that pressure, its immediate and
final effects and tbe means employed to
counteract it, form subjects c f much inter
est, and these can be thoroughly explained
only by careful attention ti natural and
physical laws and conditions coutrollitig
uch actions The reason oue fails to feel the
weight of bis armor when submerged is aim
ply this: The suit or "dress," wheu properly
inflated with air, contains besides the diver',
body and wearing apparel, srsne twenty-two
to twenty-Hve gailous of air which, by tbe
action of the air pump, is constantly being
changed or renewed.
Now as to bis weight after leing submerg
ed (f bis escape valve is pro mrlv adjusted
to IU) feet depth, the iiidlcausi weight of di
ver aud armor combined is lers when barely
sunk below tbe surface, aud featest when at
the bottom. At the surfaot the pressure
luala oue atmosphere to 0 in our case.
Now, for every 2,'' inches depth wa descend
in tbe sea water, we add one ound pressure
per square inch of surface exposed. With
this slight amount pressing ag unst our dress,
even tbe legs of some are fair y well inflated
at the start, hence more displa -ement and In
creased buoyancy. A. we dm -end the pres
sure ln.TBa.-wa, driving tbe con hied air higher
aud higher up the dress, reducing buoyancy,
increaitiug weight, uutil, bavii g reached the
bottom, we have uo air in t he drees below
the breast, aud mighty little t isra either.
Now it is that our weight aegius to show
its presence in a aiiifui uiai.ner. The leg
of the diver, as well aa tbe lo'rer portion of
his body, succumb to the prewire, and are
unsibly compressed so far tissue, etc,
goes, circulation becoming suriously dis
turlwil, or, indeed, totally auspxiided at times,
and tbe hlood, which should tormally circu
late in the lower liiul, is furad above. This
causes numbness of the legs, ai d severs head
aches often oocur, and if tb weight! were
suddenly cut adrift, and the d ver allowed to
"pop" to the surface, death would follow from
effort of air confined within the cavity of the
body to escape, or to establish an equilibrium
of pressure. The air, seeking every natural
paaaage out of tbe diver's body, drives before
It blood, contents of bowels, ei c The
sity for a comparatively slow descent and
ascent is readily appreciated, as well as tbe
precaution on the part of a diver himself to
prevent any sudden or accidmtal, enforced
or hurried trip to tbe surface.
With a beginner making bis first descent
beneath tbe waves It will be v eil to remem
ber this fact, when a great dral of the pain
will he avoided: Always swallow aa often as
the slightest pain in the ears s experienced.
and tuon the explosion which takes place In
the bead will not be sufficiently heavy to sari
ously attract the attention.
BOMB KXTBaOROUSJlT FX ATS.
Mr. Fuller also showed me s m specimens
which he had brought up from wrecks. One
was a United States l bill, asl with it was
an old twenty-five cent scrip iece which be
rescued in one of bis maiden d ves off Beaver
Tail in 1305. Be also exhibits! soma relics
from a Spanish frigate which was sank off
the coast of South America In 1815, and
which be recovered while thai e in charge of
an expedition in 1S7L In abt wing soma of
the ripanish dollars to the wri Jtr, Mr. Fuller
said that, notwithstanding th.'ir long bath.
most of these coins were very vell preserved,
but some which bad come it. contact with
the rusting iron of tbe vessel bad worn away
to mere ghosts of their fonn-r selves. Tha
bills which were brought up o f Beaver Tall,
although badly soaked by tie water, still
held together, and tbe printin ; on them re
mained entirely legible.
As has been printed in anon her story, Mr.
Fuller was the first diver wh ever accoin
pluhed tbe feat of catching a fish, dressing
and cooking it all under watar, and bring'
Ing it to the surface, hot and dry. He was
also tbe nrst man to success; ully expose a
sensitised photographic plate and obtain a
negative in a considerable depl b of water.
In speaking of bis early experience aa a
diver, and of tbs manner in which be first
went Into the business, Mr. Fu.ler said: "In
1837 I was employed aa a fureu an in an ex
tensive wstch repairing estnlilishment in
Faneull Hall square. Hearing that a diver
was at work repairing the wnter end of
Long whuff,' which bad fallet out, I spent
an entire forenoon in order t gratify my
great desire to see such a curiouty.
'This diver was Oeorge . 1 owusend, ana
be was tbe nrst 1 bad ever seen Tbe impres
sion then received haunted m continually.
aud in I MOO I left the shop and "started In'
at my adopted business as a submarine oper-
ior. There were not above six or eight
divers then in this country.
In IHtti I had brought out sev sral important
inventions pertaining to tbe t.pparatns and
business and bad a company of my own, 'The
Bay State Submarine company,' of boston.
uf which I was superintendent snd manager.
8iuce then I have bad charge of two other
heavy companies, aud our work has taken me
to various parts of tbe world. lu 'tin we got
too numerous In aud about Joston, and 1
struck New Loudon, Conn., laid lor years
carried on tbe business tbarsaidat Norwich
where I resided." buntou Ulo'w.
Tbe Ooeaa Depths.
The greatest known depth of tbe sua is in
the South Atlantic ocean, miO way between
tha island of Tristan d'Acuuha and the mouth
of the Rio de la Plata. The bo-torn was there
reached at a depth of 40.1SW feet, or 6 miles.
exceeding by mure than 17,000 'set the height
of ML Everest, the loftiest mountain in tbs
world. In tbe North Atlanta ocean, south
of Newfoundland, soundings hi va been made
to a depth of 4,M0 fathoms, or 27,4a0 feet,
while depths equaling 3t,(XU feet, or tlH
miles, ars reported south of tbe Bermuda
islands. The average depth s! the Paciflo
ocean between Japan and California is a lit
tle over 2,000 fathoms; between Chili and tbe
Sandwich Islands. s.nOO tath'tms, and be
tween ( bill aud New Zealand. L.5U0 fathoms.
The avenge depth of all the iceans is from
2,000 to 4,600 fathoms. Iron.
la the combination, prop or ion. and pre
Deration of 1U Ingredient. Hood a Sana
DariUa aocomDliabei cure where other
preparation entirely fall. Peculiar
Ita good nam at home, which ia
"tower of alrength abroad.'' peculiar
tha phenomenal aalei it baa attained
Hood'a Baraaparilla la the moat iuocea
f ul medicine for purifying U.e blood. glT
Ing trenRth, and creating si appeUU.
When the ccar goes off on a journey
be ia caret ul about taking a route any
where, because be doesn't want to be
ewa AkentTewt .
It ia tbe current report ' about town
that Kemp's Balsam for tie threat and
lung ii making some rem table curea
with people who ere troubled ' with
coughs, tore throat, aatbaai, bronchitis
anrt Mnsumntlon. ; Any crngsist will
inn a trial bottle free Ct COSt It
.narantMd to relieve end core. The
large bottles are 50c and tl .
rhe Old Man Who Found Bis Sou by
lAoklng Over Exchanges for Six Months.
The search began In May and ended In No
vember. It was made within the four walls
of a country newspaper office and through
tbe medium of ita exchanges. No "exchange
Bend" has bored me since that search, for I
have always remembered that pei haps there
was even in tbe person whom I detested a
w or a longing that mada bis actions
I first beard of Jim when one Mny after
noon, tbe doors and windows being open and
tbe "copy" rustling in tbe breeze, a bent.
bite haired settler entered The Weekly Pal
You siper fellers git each other's papers.
"sposef" he asked timidly.
"tea, sir; we exchange with one another."
"Could ye let a person see some er yer pa
pers? I'd pay yer for it," he added, as if afraid
that be was asking too much.
Oil, that will be all right," I replied, as I
pi hi i fifty or mora exchanges lief ore him.
i e see. I n lookin' fer Jim, my visitor
said, apologetically, as he was adjusting his
steel bowed spcctaclm. "Jim, my son. Y.
came west two yeor ago an' took up a claim.
Twos pretty hard work I know, an' Jim was
high strung. Bern' the bahy of tb' faru'ly be
bed ben petted a good deal, an' workiu' come
hard on him."
lid he run awayf" I queried, wishing to
appear sociable and interested.
No, that's the worst of it; 1 drove lin
way. I got mad at 'im one dav 'cause be
wouldn't nnud, an' I told 1m ter clear oat.
He went an' I aiu't seen 'im since. I'm think-
I'll Hud souiethin' of Im in the papers
you fellers seem ter write up everythin'."
ith that be began to look through the lo
cal columns of the journals tiefore him. It
was an hour before he bad finished his task
and laid by the last one with a sigh.
I il look ag'in next week," he said sadly as
The next week and tbe next be was there.
each time chatting with me aud revealing
more of the longing for a chance of repara
tion for his harshness.
All through tbe hot summer months be wa.
faithful to his task, and I, too, began to feel
an interest in tbe missing boy and look for his
name ui the papers that weut through my
October with Its Indian summer had gone.
the prairies had taken on their robes of
brown, and nightly the prairie fires gleamed
in a ragged line at tbe far horizon. Then
November. On the third Saturday my visitor
came through a bitter blustering wind, and
his hands looked white and pinched with col L
Tbe tears dimmed his glasses as he took up
his task as usual. He had gone about half
through the pile of papers when he suddenly
straightened up, brushed tbe page out smooth
aud fixed his eyes intently upon it. He
banded tbe paper to me and I read:
A stranger glviug bis name as James
Meaerve was found in the depot this morning.
sick. He is scarcely more than a boy, bnt
seems to have bad hard lines. He says he has
friends In Kansas, but will not give their
names. He was taken to tha Merchants' ho
tel, where he is being cared for by the city
Tbe paper was published in a small city in
Northern Iowa, and was dated three days
I've found him!" ejaculated tbe father
gladly. "I'm goin' ter get bun!"
That night be left for his sod. side, and in
a week the two alighted from tbe train, the
father joyous and happy, tbe son pale aud
As they rode over tbe prairie towards tbe
old man's claim, be called back to me: "Come
out an' aee us sometime'"
I did so shortly afterward ; and as we sat
up to the well supplied table, though our
chairs rested on the bare earth and the walls
of a dug out were around us, I found as hap
py a host as presided in any palace in tbe
Tbe old man bent his white bead and in
fervent tones thanked the giver of all good
for the return of bis boy, thanked him in
such words as only the full heart can prompt.
Glancing to one side I saw tears drop from
Jim's eyes upon bis plate.
Jim was found in more senses than one,
C M. Harc-er in Detroit Free Press.
The Flapping of a Fly's Wins;.
The slow flapping of a butterfly's wing pro
duces no sound, but when the movements are
rspid a noise is produced, which increases in
shrillness with tbe number of vibrations.
Thus the house fly, which produces the sound
r. vibrates its wines 21, 120 times a minute, or
S35 times in a second; and the bee, which
makes a sound of A, as many as 26,400 times,
or vhi times in a second, un tbe contrary, a
tired bee bums on E, and therefore, accord
ing to theory, vibrates ita wings only S30
wa In a second. Marcy, the naturalist,
after many attempts, has succeeded by a deli
cate mechanism in confirming these numbers
graphically. He fixed a fly so that tbe tip of
tbe wing just touched a cylinder, which was
moved by clockwork. Each stroke of tbe
wing caused a mark, of course very slight.
but still quite perceptible, and thus showed
that there were actually BUO strokes ia a i
out, acreauig almost exactly with tbe nam-
bar of vibrations inferred from tbe note pro
duced. Bur John Lubbock.
Our readers will doubtless remember the
claim made by Dr. Thomas J. Mays, of Phil
adelphia, that be bad succeeded in demon
strating that tbs statement made in almost
every text book on physiology, that it was
natural for women to breathe from the chest.
was wrong; that tbe abdominal type of res
piration, as ordinarily observed in men, was
tbe natural type of women as well, and the
costal type as seen in women la the result of
modern dress. This claim ha supported by
the result of an examination of eighty-two
American Indian girls. Dr. J. H. Kellucg,
from an examination of Chinese and other
women un trammeled by tight fitting drees.
finds the abdominal type present In them.
Other observers, notably Hutchinson, in
twenty-four girls whose waists bad uever
bean constricted by corsets or other appll
Slices, found the costal type present. Herald
Her Idea of Richse.
A little girl of tbe Italian race is in the
habit of visiting certain houses in Boston
quite regularly, receiving food and some
times other articles, which she stows away
snugly In tbe basket which Is her constant
companion. In bar round of visits one day
aha was accompanied by another little girl
wbo had no basket. Tha good lady of tbs
bouse, after supplying the little girl aa usnaL
remarked: "Does not your companion srant
something, toor' "Ub, no," was the reply.
"She's rich I Her father works I" Boston
The Bishop and the Breeches.
My Dear Bishop of London It will always
gtve me great pleasure to see you at Btrath
fteldsaye. Pray come there whenever it suits
your convenience, whether I am at home or
not. My servant will receive orders to show
you so many pairs of breeches of mine as yon
wish ; but why you should wish to inspect those
that I wore at tbe battle of Waterloo quite
beyond tha comprehension of yours most
truly, Wellington. 8ir William Frassr.
Ia the pursuit of the gooa things of
'his world we anticipate too much; we
eat out tbe heart end sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. Tbe result obtained from the use
ot Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, end all
stomach, liver, kidney end bladder
troubles. It is m perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague end
malarial diseases. Price, 60 cents,
Keep it dark Matter Bobby Hen peck t
'Papa, what ia e bachelor ?" Papa
Uenpeckt "A bachelor, my son, is
mas to be envied, but don't tell jour
motner mat i tela se.
The best on earth can truly be said of
Grigg't Glycerine Salve, which ia e sure.
saf and speed j cure for cute, bruises.
scalds, burns wounds end ell other sores
Will positively cure piles, tetter end
skin eruption . Try thie wonder
Satisfaction aTusnnteed or money refund'
a. UnlT so cents. Bold by arugzuta
Ia Coninmptien laewabal
Read the following: Mr. C. H. Mor
ns, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down
with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and
physicians pronounced me an Incurable
Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, am
now on my third bottle, and able to over
see tbe work on my farm. It is tbe finest
medicine ever made."
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says:
Had it not been for Dr. Kiog'e New
Discovery for Consumption I would have
died of lung troubles. Was given up by
doctors. Am now in best of health."
Try it. Sample bottles free at Bartz &
Bahnsen's drug store.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. Ail wbo have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of ptaiae. A purer
medicine does not exist and it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of tbe liver
and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent aa well as cure
Malarial levers. For cure of head
ache, constipation and indigestion try
Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction guar
anteed, or money refunded. Price 50
cents and fl.00 per bottle at II art t &
Bahnsen's drug store.
BCCKIJtN's ARNICA SALVE
The best salve in the world for cats.
bruises, sores, ulcere, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cent per
box. For sale bv Uartz A Bahnsen.
Woman suffrage has gone out of fash
ion in Boston. Tbe ladiea must have de
cided that it was not becoming to them.
ADVICE TO aOTHIKS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
ot yonr rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
end 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.
mere is no mistake about tt. It cure
dysentery, diarrhoea, rcgnlatea tbe stom
ach and bowels, cures wind colic, soft
ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and
gives tone and energy to the whole sys
tem. Mrs. Winslows soothing pynip
for Children Teething is pleasant to the
taste, and is the prescription of one ot
the oldest and best female nurses and phy.
siciaua in the United States, and is for
tale by all druggists throughout tie
orld. Price 35 cents per bottle.
New ork ball players prefer their
aunt to any other relative tbeir pennant.
we mean, of course.
Who ot us are witnout trouble be tbey
small or target The blessings of health
are best appreciated wben we are sich
and in pain. A hacking cough, a sevcrk
cold, or any throat or lung disease are
very troublesome; but all ot these may be
uickiy and permanently cured by Dr
Bigelow's Cure. Safe and pleasant foi
Shiidren. Price 50 cents.
Twenty-two pumpkins growing on one
vine, and nearly all of tbem as large as a
halt-bushel measure, was a sight lately
seen on a farm in Cherokee county,
Pond's Extract, for neuralgia, rbeuma
turn, bunts and all inflammation. Its
wonderful curative influence is long main
tained. Genuine only in bottles with
American business men are looking to
see much cream arise on that pan-con
rhreerh nry work to-dsr? Ifrel miserable, head
achy, Una, ealn ia my beck, my food wont digest,
say wbols body stuns out of order. We answer
Lost It Is so wonder yoa are In such a broken dowa
mion, ana yoa will Keep eetung worse nnies.
esn care yonr LIVER. This Important ergaa
-on most care it py promptly
Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated Liver Pills.
They wfll restore von and rive visor and health ta
roar whole system, making ytm strong and well,
Duly 35 eents a box, and tbey may save jour lUo
m Ik... ar- -rLW.-v . A I atSl 4
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l)MCOOirn, OTaVftui pCMtpstid ob rolptjt
takm f It mtm ftV, fta le
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Tboee wbo eonte opiate going V
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I AfllCQ Bj this treatment a
r-w,iu lovely complexion, frerLS
from ssilnwnes. freckle., emotion.. I
etc., brilliant ee snd perfect besltti
can dc uaa. v insi "tired reel
ins" snd all female weaknestDromnt
ly cored. Bloating, be.dscbes, Ner
voa. Prostration, and SLenlaneM 1
Ovarian troubles. Inflammation and ricrattan
Falling and displacements, Spinal weakness snd
t'hsnge of Life. Conanlt the old doctor.
NFRXmiQ Physical snd Organic wesk-
T. " ' "" Premstnre dersv, evil
forebodings, self-diatroat. Impaired memory, psl
ptutlon of tbe hesrt, pimple, on the face, apeck.
"""'" ni a, nngjUK in me ear. ca'arrn,
threatened con.nmpiton snd every di.qnaliacs-
SSi 1,,,-!.''' unhappy
4 bsuu rnnnAn hi I Li Curea.
Rl finn AM I"! QUriM Di.ea., ypo!
borrible In lu retail completely eradicated
without the nee of mercory. Scrotals, Ery.lpe
f Fever So ss. Blotches. Piirpie.. Ulcers, psln
m tbe Hesd and Bone., Pvphiltic Sore Throat ud
longne. olandnlar enlargement of the Neck,
KheumaM.m. etc., cored wb-n others hsve fsiled.
KUHTMRF uurea with nt pain or hind
nuriunttl,t, from baaineas.
UK NARY lw Krc'nUf contracted or
' 1 chronic diseases POSITIVELY
etired la S to A day. hy s local remedy. No nsn
seons drugs nsed. Medicines msiled or expreas
ed to soy eddies, free from obeervstion. Ch.r-
f rir Terms Caah. Book and question list
:, " ' ' " J to. i. noming.
Snndav: to 8 p. m.
ash. Av. S. XIHXEAPOLIS. TtlHH.
356 Jackson St.,
St. Paul, MiDn.
Speedily Cures all Private, Nervous.
Chronic and Bloji and Skin Diseases
of both Sexes, without the use
of Mercury or Hindrance
NO CURE, NO PAY.
cypniii.. uiect. Mnctnre, and all old, lingering
csees, where the blood has become poisoned,
causing nicer, blotcbes. sore throat snd mouth,
psln. in the hesd and bones, snd all diseases of
tbe Kidscys and Blsdder, and all disesaes ac
quired from exponre are CURED FOR LIFE.
M ss or ill aos. wbo sr. .uttering from the t-r- 1
rlbl eSecu of Seminal weaknea. Sexaal deblU- I
tv and lorn of Sexual power aa tbe rerait of I
Tontbful Indlretion, or excesses ot mature I
yean, producing emisalons, nervonsne... low of I
memory, Ac,, are thoroughly and permanently I
Or. Feller, who hss had many years experience
In tht. .pecislty, I s graduate from ons of the
leading medical colleges of the country. He baa
sitsr failed la eating any csae that be hss un-
oenassn. vsses snd corrrapondenre ssredly I
confidential. Call or write fur liat of qaeationa. I
Medicine. sent by msil snd expre.s everywhere. I
GOLD HXDAL, PAR1B, 1878.
BAKER & CO.'S
Im mbtolutelM sre and
it im soiuMe.
wad tn tw prxiefarwlKM&. It hat
asMP Uasm ftVw H-m Ou mnmftk uf
C4Mcttm niixatl vith b'tarch, ArrvvrouC
ot siiifv. an4 1 UsnMvftMrti fstr dww
CuMMitbtml, 4Mrtty Uttm Utm camt
at tmm. It u CMlkcurXM, DounahtBur,
Mrriirtb4niikf . CaSILT lHtiBttTKU,
4UMl mdmtrtitAijr BVUtHd for lorauMla,
M U w tur MfBXrDi km toamtta.
ftvold by tirocer werywher
W. BAITER & COe. Dorchester. Mtua.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
f ttlulntf UmIt complexion anooltl rur m
SAMPLE BOX tCRATIS
of the latest iiutKWied ! uoiaiuuioutly acknu
editMl mm ib bt
Uttarttnteed to b ierftrtir hariniew. Iniperntl
hit, dun-bla mu inTtibl. por mm viybvr.
Prlrr. -C&4B mm iVOe srr fix. Ant your
d r 114 m: i at lor It or irni lor otikl avarupltt bo u
J. F. LLOYD & CO.. Sole Importers.
T mmm WsK I mfm Utrrt. ClllCAOO.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
Fob Salb by tbb FoLLownte Dbucmibts
Marshall ft Fisher,
Baits & Bah n sea,
and Frank Nadler
HAS PURCHASED THS
and baa removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
IV He aolicita the trade long enjoyed I
by hia predeoecfor and aa many new
customeia aa wish to favor him with
A Boa ot Wind Mstcbe Free to Smokers of
ti"7 a" mfi"
THE TRATELEns GUIDE.
fniCAOO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAIL-
wsv Depot corner Firth svenne snd Thirtv.
flrt street, J. F Cook, sgent,
Council Hindi" A Minueso-1
ts Isv KZDre.s I
Ksnsss Citv Dav Kzdkss...
S:B0 sm ll 0 pm
I O.ksloos KxoreM
8 as pm
Conncil Bind. A Mlnneso-
Conncil bluffs ft Om.hs
Limited Ventibnle Kx..
Ksnsss Cltv Limitnt ...
Denver Vemlbnle Bxpre..
tOoIng west. Going esai. Dsllv.
BCHL1NOTON RiitTlE-C, B. 4 Q. RAIL
wsv Denst First svenna snri Hitt.emh .
TRAINS; j t-stvs .Bntvs.
BL Loui. Express 40 am T:1F sm
St. Lam. Rxprese 8 00 pm 8 85 pm
St. Psnl Express 8:80 am
Paul Kxpre. 7:1(1 pm
Besrd.town Psasenrer 8:45pm lt:05sm
WsTFretrht(Monmonth)... 8:00sai 1:60 pm
'y Freight (Sterlln) 11:60 pm 1:40 m
Sterling P.wepger 8MWsm 8:8gpm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL BAIL
wsy Rsclne A Sonthwestern Division De
pot Twei tieth street, between First snd Second
svenne, K. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. -kTL. .
sisil sua fcxpre.f- 7:Ksn 8:40 pa
BU Psnl Exvr- es SUpm 11:50 sm
tt. A Aecon niodstl n. tKIOpn 10:10 am
Ft. A Aecog modstion T:88ssr 8:18pm
ROCK INLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot Firm svenne snd Twentieth street.
1 80 pm
Mall sua Express
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East and South East:
8 01 sm
0 55 am
10 38 sm
10 54 sm
11 45 sm
7 80 pm
8 48 pm
6 58 pm
6 17 pm
4 57 pm
IvR. I.I'd sr
sr. Orion.. lv
It 48 pm
3 7 pm
8 57 pa I
4 35 pm
4 5? pm
8 55 pm
7 85 pm
S 17 pm
8 00 am
7 55 pm
St. Louis. Mo
1 3 sm
fi 00 am
10 ) pm
11 15 Dm
8 no pm
5 15 sm
1 u sm
fi 8u pm
10 15 pm
Passenger trains srrive and deDSrt from Union
Accommodation train leave. Kock I.Isnd 6:45
arrive, at Peoria so s. m L.sves Peoria
p. m. arrives at Kock Islsnd 1 06 a. m.
Ac om. I lAccom. I Accom.
8.10 sm lv R. Ial'd sr 8.05 sm 8.00 pm
D uo pm io.-ju am ar Key Ida lv
8 85 pm'.2 00 sm sr .Csble lv.
7.10 ami 1.45 pm
8.30 am 18.60 pm
Chair car on Fast Emre.. between Rock Ialand
snd f eons tn ootn directions
H. B. SL DLOW, a. 8T0CKH0USE.
Superintendent. Oen'l TkL Agent.
VAST MAIL TRAIN with Veatlbnled trains be
tween cucago, auiwaoxes, bt. Paul aad Minne
apolis. rRAN3-CONTTN"NTAI. ROUTE between Cht-
csgo, council Bias., Omaha and the Paclfla
GREAT NATIONAL RoVTE between Chlcaga
lum City and 8u Joseph, Mo.
1700 MILES OF ROAD resetting all principal
points In Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa.
Missouri snd Dakota.
For maps, time table., rates of paasage ssi
Vsight. .to.. SDOlr to tbs Baareat station trrnt
ef the Chicago. Milwaukee A 8t. Psnl Rail war, e
to any railroad scent anywhere In the world.
BOB WELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER,
uenerai Manager. uen'l Pass. A T. Ac.
tm T'or reformation In reference tn LmA, mmA
Towns owned by by the Chicago Milwaukee A
r-t Paul Railway Cnmpany. wnte to H. . Hao
gen. Land oomrnlsrtonet Mllwsnkee. Wleoooala.
THE KOUXE SAVIN8S BANK
(Charted bj the Lsgtslatare of IlUnota.)
MOLIN.E. - ILLS.
Open dallv from 8 A. M. ts 8 P. st., aad oaTasa-
ua ana oaieraar aveainas iroia 1 ss
Intereat allowed on Decpoa'ta at tht rata
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Depositn received in amounts of
f l and upwards.
The Drtvate nropertr of tha Trustee. Is isauua-
slbie ta the depositors. Tn. antcers are proai ba
ted rrom borrowiag any of Its mooevs. Mlaswa
nd ssarrlea women protacwd bv special law.
Orsiosa: W. WaanLrwa. Prssidenti es
naeaiaaaB, Vice Pre.idcati 6. f. Baaaawar.
TatTsrsaS! B. w. WBeelork. Porter "Wnner.
P. r. Ho men way, J Bllas Less, O. B. Edwards.
Blrsn Darling, A. 8 Wright, J. 8. Kcauit, U
B. Uemenwsv, C. Vltxthura.
EVThs only ohartered ttartnga Bank la Kock
Dr. Tait Butler,
(Asalstsnt Stat. Veterinarian of Iowa)
Socoesaor to Dr. . D. Buth.rford. )
Office hoars 11 a. m. to t p. at.
Dentistry a Specialty.
Cmce : Coyne's Feed Stable, Market sqaare,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Big O hss given anlvs.
ssl ssUalsctioa la tn.
ears of OonorrhoM aad
Oleet. I prescribe it aad
leal safe la racouioaena
Ing IC to all sufferers.
Roid bs Dracaista.
n nriiTO I'll MTrn ---
I Waes iimi a Baa -
l I LAxuumm7 fTK?- srsvtouaei
rjl sTTlrlaiioe rsoalred. Write for unrL
BiaiAM dk C4X, sfalaiaase, Mien,
I . I svaeatrkysm
PlfAOQUAnrTED WITH TBB OEOOHAPHY OF THE OOOITTBT, WM OBTATJI
MUCH VALUABLB IBFOBMATIOlf FBOH A 8TTTDT OF THIS MAP OF
THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY,
Includln? tnain lines, branchps and extensiona East and Wert of Ua
Missouri River. Tbe Direct Route to and rrom Chicago, Joliet, Ottawa.
Peoria, La Salle, alollne, Rock Island, in ILLINOIS Davenport, Muscatine.
Ottumwa, Oskalooasw Dea Molnee.Winterset, Audubon, Harlan, and Council
Bluffs. In IOWA Minneapolis and St. PauL in MINNESOTA Watertown
and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA Cameron, SUtJoseph, and Kanaaa City, la
MISSOURI Omaha, Fair-bury, and Nelson, In NEBRASKA Horton. Toptka.
Butcblnaon, Wichita, BeUevtUe, Abilene, CaldwelL in KANSAS Pond
Creek, Kina-flsber. Fort Reno, In the INDIAN TERRITORY and Colorado
Springs, Denver, Pueblo, In COLORADO. FREE RecUnlnp; Cbs.tr Care to
and from Chicago, Caldwell, Hutchinson, and Dodge City, and Palace) Bleep
Ing- Cars between Chicago, Wichita, and Hutchinson. Traverses new and
vast areas of rich farming and gracing lands, affording the beet facilities
of Intercommunication to all towns and cities east and west, northwest
aad southwest of Chicago, and Pacific and transoceanic Seaport.
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS,
Leading all competitors In splendor of equipment, cool, well ventilated, and
free from dust. Through Coaches, Pullman Sleepers, FRSS Reclining
Chair Cars, and (east of Missouri River) Dining Cars Daily between Chicago,
Des Moines, Council Bluna, and Omaha,
North Platte, Neb., and between Chicago and Colorado Springs, Denver,
and Pueblo, via St. Joseph, or Kansas Citv and Tope lea. Splendid Dining
Hotels (furniBhing meals at seasonable hours) west of Missouri tuver.
California Excursions dally, with CHOICE OP ROUTES to and from Salt
Lake. Ogden, Portland, Lbs Angeles,
bins o ana irxim t llfTH rearc. asa
ums, and Scenic Grandeurs of Colorado.
VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE,
Solid Express Trains dally between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul,
with THROUGH Reclining Chair Cars (FREE) to and from those points and .
Kansas City. Through Chair Car and Sleeper between Peoria, Spirit Lake,
and Sioux Falls, via Rock Island. The Favorite Line to Pipestone, Water
town, Sioux Falls, and the Summer Resorts and Hunting and Fishing
Grounds of the Northwest.
THE 8HORT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers facilities to
travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Council Bluffs, St.
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, K ansae City, Minneapolis, and 8t. PauL
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Information, apply to any.Ttck".
Office In the United States or Cunada, or address
E. ST. JOHN.
THE MOLINE "WAGON.
The Moline Wagon Co.,
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
A full snd complete line of PLATFORM sad other Pyrlrig Wscons, erc1ally adapted to the
Western trade, of npcrinr wortmanfhlp and Bnith lllantrsted Pries List free oa
spiillrstioa. bee the MOUNK M'AOoN hetore purchasing.
Adams Wall Paper Co.,
"LERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers.
300 Patterns of New StyleB in Wall Paper.
ssaTPainting, Graining and Paper Hanging.
0IMICK BLOCK. Twentieth Street,
near Third Avenue.
Flour, Feed, Baled Hay, Straw,
sWSteamsbip Aeencr and remittance to
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kind, of CUT FLOWERS con.tahtly on hand.
ORE EN HOUSES. FLOWER aTva.ir
One Block North of Central Park. 408 Brarlw
The lsnttsttn lows.
(Saocessor to 3athrie A Co' 11ns,)
Contractor and Builder,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
inv-pi.ni sod estimates famished. A .pect.lly made of fine work All orders attended to
promptly and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and Shop No. 1818 Third Avenue-
THE FOURTH AVE. HOTEL
hsi changed bands, having been leased to
W. vJ. GAMBLE.
who for many years was the efficient anperlntendent of the Moline A Rock Island Htreet Ball
way. Tb. heuss has been thoroughly renovated sad rerurnl.h.d throiuboa. and will T
run strictly Am claia. Speclsl rates to city boaiders7
Corner Fourth avenue and Twenty-third street. Rock Island.
No. 119 Seventeenth Street, Rock Ialand.
ty Cleaning and repairing done neatly and cheaply.
ROCK ISLAND HOUSE BARBER SHOP
AND BATH ROOMS.
Bave been re-opened under tb mani
iwits a soar of
boat andtli. U7brooi-r.cl.d. taf rrUUgTOrXcIS, Znt
J. T. 3DIX03ST,
And Dealer in -Mens' Fine Woolens.
- 1706 Second Avenue.
with Free Reclining Cb air Car to
Francisco. The DIRECT
anltou. Garden of the Oods. the Sanitari
ILL Oen'l Ticket Peas. Agent,
Rock Island, 111.
Crockery. Glassware, Cutlery.
any part of Europe.
and 608 Ninth Street, Rock Island, 111.
M k!- -RRJA?' barber, who so-
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