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VOL. XXXYI11. NO 19.
ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 18S9.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
maps osi v sy sp, he. Rc, j, fa, yoa.
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,Chicago. III.
W. YERBLKY. Manager.
W. B. BARKER,
Las pun based the well known
Fourth Are. and Tenth Street,
jmd lioj'es to retain the custom ot Lis predecessor.
lie wil: mke grwat effort U rx-rpetunte the gnod Dime of this
Old Established Grocery
I. fc. - 1 : . . . ,.
-that It ha. always enjoyed by deling only in the beat cnods
AT THE LOWEST TRICES.
Successor to A damson 4 Hoick,
J-hop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
;:?fSe,ond Iland Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
New lin Street Grocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Sursesaor to Panquaril Jt, Browner)
FLOUR AJSTD FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the trade and will make price? ns low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
Proprietor of tbe Old
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Das opened with an entire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc.
WFresh Farm Produce always on hand
Mr Satan d'etre, a renewal of his oid trsds sad will try sad give patrons price sad treataveat
FOR HEN ONLY!
I PDSITIVT i wwav?.n.r" wsntw-.
rUUllfc rwe- sas HaRVOBB UBIiTtT;
CTTT? V - W t-- V as Sleets
1 ' " .1, M.M J. K-.imi . S to f mm
"ss fAanssW sBsVssk fM ffMssssMBslgaw asvssf wSssfJssi aSssSssns)
U4 wiiM u mmaZs. a. f .
It don't pay to nm after other
brands, Cor in the rod wic house-
Weepers settle down to the use
r SANTA CLAUS SOAP,
r your grocer hasn't Suits CUus
-Steam s Gas Fitter-
AND DKALEH IN
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lad Pipe
Dose, Packing. Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
I-THest work al fair price. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1182.
Rock Island, 111.
do not feel well, do you?
have trnl all kinds of remedies
without avail .
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 won't for
get it, will you ?
vrron sale by all druggists."!
N. P. F. NELSON,
2119 FoCETH AVX5TX,
for Lb beat custom 'mads
"Repairing neatly don.
iiiaaa, CI lbtr l rBsw4
IssatVjf tv f .-''JS. I UllT
avsf-i l- sj
JsaaWSC W sSVa 4B
tUnnnCa. rSLaast.Ca .
FOR THE BLOOD
n stBsaaaswan i i ... , .
Ma. Rtrsstu. Mtbicx, of tlie flna or JlyTtck &
Henderson, Fort Smith. Ark., My e wishes to add
Ms testimony to the tboasanda rUi h have already
been given as to Swift's Specific. Ac savs ho de
rived the most signal benefit from ita use to cure
painful boils and sores resulting firs i l.r.pnro blood.
"Swrrr's arcciric Li a rnat bksjini; to hamwi
lty,"aTa Mr. P B. Gordon, of 715 liroud street,
Nashville, Tena., for it cured me of rbenmr.tirtn
of A very bad type, with whk-b. I had born troubhd
for three or four years. S. 8. S. ci red me after 1
had exhauated everytliini; rise.
Treattae on Blood and Skin Diaeasae mailed free.
Tut SVirr Srrrtnc Co.. Drawer 3. Atlanta, lis.
PURE! PALATABLE! POPULAR!
treted l.iriu. 8hi m 5am. Ilqm.i tn botn.
rknprn end it Hits nnbut lor
BoiiHt. Stews Meat Snores, Knul.i. ete.
As HntTra, KtronitlT reeum nenled hT
lesitins phtmelsns. fiw liiTsllHii. ( ifsnuand
Others. AppeittitiK and strenirth oilis.
Aa your dnitfy isi or gruesr lor
Armour's Beef Extract
Or Mod for Mtmpl fmrk ge sod
dMvripcir iMiupbti. t
ARMOUR & CO., Chicago.
The Great Restorer !
THE MEDICINE WHICH CURES.
This is a Medicine that Conquers
and Eradicates Disease.
"It o tbe most Remarkable Develop
ment of this Ape of Pre trresa
A lltlte tnrsstiirttinn srt'l eonrii e Ton thst
mnrh s. is rlsimtd (or TRE GREAT RK1T0H-
aa ine DS ' T 1. Doc mia.
I... Il fr'avProm srhsterer fnta of com
plaint whatever malady. Here la Your
Por or nlars rooulntnc s histnrr f this Wnx-
Diarrc Kssst.T. and sum n-msri able letters
tram people well known, adilrss. an !.
The Gmt InUm Pbintirpi J Warts,
lHiift Potlsnd Avenne, SI innes mlis. Minn.
V9T j'nee $!.So per botils. for s.ls by cm-
SPECIAL CARPET SALE.
Marked down 10 per
cent lower than foTmer
This aale will only be continued a few
wctka at Petersen' Carpt t and
Wall Paper Store.
w esx seoosa oiree
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
AU KINDS UP-
Cast Iron Work
done; a specialty of furnish
ing all kinds of
Stoves with Castings,
at 8 cents per pound.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
J. E. DO WING. Prcpnetor.
A. D. HUESIKG,
t... ....it. iMmf othsr tlnve-trt.
d and wIl
mown Pirs iBsarsaosOaaipanies. ta
Royal Inaarance Company, c
U'swheater Fire Inf. Co.. o'
alo N. Y
Buffalo German In Co . Bat
Kocbester Uertnan Ida Co. I
German Fire Ins. Co.. of Pe
Cilitens In. Co.. of Pituba
.och r N Y
Exchange Fire In. Co.. of 2
Office Na Second i
Cold in Head
A amrbcfct la apptisw tan aara aestrO and la
aaiessbin. Pncs W ewaoj at Orsrrvsn: s- mall,
R(W4.)mu. KaTBaUXTajlsV.SS ar
saa suswt Itw lark.
? PEERLESS DYES best
k. a ana ' A.--v la tT V i ' J
wr bLAi aV niutvuto.,
Ci'VAVI IVJ V Ttmav'M AIM
'l VnvVTJ Ptsh s Bwsss Paw s t catata.
- iJr' rrrt Undre B is.
,3 VILA Pssrtess Is Po 4e r esssra.
Pssrlsss Sbs A Hara as Urssaaav
rssrlii A4sfcs i.assaa.
1 v yfi'Voa
Hay 'mm feM
AID .'CcC1 Zs&J
MANNERS OF WRITING.
SOME NEW IEWS ON THE SUBJECT
OF CHIROGRAPH Y.
Aa Kipert Claims That Style Is tiered I
iary Tsaeher of Pcnmaaahlp Declared
to Its la Opposition to Natara Soma
"Titers la scarcely a school for little folks
in all this dominion of ours where an idiotic
demand is not made by instructors. - I refer
to the taachiiux of penmanship.'1
"But writing is a mechanical operation,
and twing Mich''
"The highest authority," interrupted the
doctor, "no lees a person than Charles Dsr-
aln, has declared handwriting to be inher
ited, as the eyes, nose anil color of hair.
Yet, pedngofruea insist that children xball
w rite like sotnebodv eUe follow copie. axit-
u-n for them by tachers, or printed script.
in thin way doubling thetalcof tbe little
satvrallt i.F.rr handed.
Vhat is to be done about itf"
"ljet me give you a bit of personal experi
ence in this matter of interfering with con
genital tendencies. I bare a nm, n younj
man of 'JO. who was born left banded. I am
myself afflicted that way, and, knowing its
inconveniences, I resolved to cure him of it.
My ife and I had a tune of it. 1 can tell you.
What with taking mkbwr and knives and
(irk out of his let and transferring them to
his riht, causing bmi to step forward with
the riht foot instead of tbe left ami the ten
thoiiNORl other interferences with hi predi
I xiti. uis, we did make his life mi-seralile and
our own a well. When It came to learning
how to w rite there was a regular tug cf war
The Ix.y was in a constant state of sik-nt re
lit. I nknown to us lie learned to writd
witii his left hand. This be was punched for
until he pave it up. But as to bisehiropraphy,
it would amuxe you to see it. It is like noth
ing in all the world of handwriting. I write
tkild. open, free backhand, while his is
hotch-potch of tiack, straight and ruunlng.
asiil is. ijeMiles cramped, pinched, broken
jagged, infinitely irregular and altogether
"Let him go back to first principle. "
"Can't he done, because it is too late, or,
rertAiuIy. be could not acquire a free, plain
hand, nor a modestly decant one, without
years of practice. "
There are people who write well with
"That is true, but they are ambidextrous.
Such persons are, however, exceutionallv
rare in this world. To ret back to this busi
ness of learning to write no two bands are
alike, but the shape of bands, their size, cell
aud tissue arrangement, etc, are inherited.
Smetitne one inherits from the mother.
sometimes from tbe father, sometimes from
both. ow, one's handwriting depends noon
the band structure. Were this not true the
plan in vogue of teaching penmanship would
lie perfectly correct, and it would be tbe
easiest task in the world to bring all
children to identical handwriting. That is.
if all the schools of America used tbe same
copy seta, ail the children who attend tbe
schools could be taught to imitate their sets
perfectly, and would from daily practice
make this style their own. This, I say, would
be easy and would be tbe result if tbotr uanU
were molded in tbe same shape. "
"I see what you are getting at."
"Possibly and possibly not. Keep with me
for a few momenta. Those infinitely cunuus
and stupendously wonderful organs, if 1 may
be permitted to so term them, tbe vocal
chords, with the conformation of larynx,
tongue. Inner wall of the mouth and the lips,
diTer in individuals that no two voices are
alike, aud. as I bare said, no attempt is made
to cause them to perfectly agree in sound.
Greater flexibility, comiass, richueas and
sweetness are communicated by intelligent
insrruction, but tbe original, natural individ
uality of voice remains. So it is possible by
practice to improve the handwriting of a
child, but either it will be only an improve
ment upon the birthright style or it will re
sult, as Id tbe case of my boy, in crippling,
gnarling and snarling tbe style. Voice of
chudren and of grown up people have been
cracked or ruined altogether by injudicious
use or improper training, precisely as present
instruction ruins the handwriting of hun
dreds of thousands of children."
HEREDITY STBOItOEB TEAS TEACHIXO.
"But good handwriting is not altogether
"No. and because tbe tendency to bold to
heredity is stronger than tbe obstinate teach
ing in vogue. Once tbe child is out of its en
vironment of misdirected instruction nature
asserts itself. Yon see, it is in this wise: It
is absolutely impossible for two men to write
precisely alike. Tbe pupil never succeeds in
precisely imitating tbe line of copy at the
bead of the page upon which ha write. To
the casual eye there is a resemblance, but the
individual crops out In every word. The 'set'
copy ceasing before the muscles, nerves, etc.,
of the hand are completely formed and hard
ened, as I may say, gradually nature is re
stored and tbe hand becomes nimble. Writ
ing then ceases to be a pain."
"Do yoo mean to say that it is possible to
make a child suffer physical pain in the mere
operaUuo of wrttaoarr
"That Is precisely what I do mean no more
and no leas. Think of the demand tped upon
pupils that they shall sit in a given posture,
i hiit they shall hold their pens in a given
way, and ail that sort of uenaense. Tbe
formation of hands and fingers is such that
no particular manner of holding the two
should he prescribed, and the aame applies to
the pture of tbe body. When forced out of
this uaturaJ beut pain must ensue. Then the
little one is told to move the hand forward in
a given way, to form the letters so and so.
Ail these thousand and one red tape, hide
twund regulations are just u many hin
drances to progress and the cultivation of an
Improved style. "
"What would you recommend, thenf
"Common asnse and giving nature a fair
t-uaiace. The children shou.d have copies,
but these copies should be upon the black
board, or. certainly upon paper other than
that ufu which they are expected to write.
They should be told that tbey must use these
copies uoly a a sort of general guide, for,
you we, children are imitative, and unless
prevented the natural Impulses would lead
them to seek u follow copy in ail ita detaila
Then as to their posture, tbey, of coarse,
ouiht to avoid cramped, unhealthy p miaous,
but each should be suffered to take such a one
as was most comfortable. As to the mmnnr
of holding the pen, that should be altogether
arbitrary. It is results that should be in
view and uot mere manner of poaing and
seeming grace of hand motion, especially
when these non-essentials lead to hindrance
of the object to be attained.' Chicago
Clifford Richardson, one uf the I'mted
Stales government analysts, say. spices and
coudimenu for human toud are adulterated
to a graut extent, but only in a commercial
sense. He says: "Of twenty samples of
ground cloves examined, only two were pure;
of cayenne pepper, one out of eight; and of
mustard, ten were examined, and none was
pure." Boston Herald.
i essential to good health ; but at thi
season it is often lost, owing to the pov
erty or impurity of too blood, derange
ment of the digestive) organs, and the
weakening effects of the changing sea
son . Hood's Saraaparilla is a wonderful
medicine for creating aa appetiu, toning
the digestion, and givinc sirengia to the
whole system . Now is the time to lake
it. Be sure to get Hood's SarsaparUla.
A tailor require man j yards to cover a
nan. but a burglar will cover him with a
Tiger and TttattrT
Are quickly given to every part of the
body by Hood's 8araaparilla. That tired
feeling is entirely overcome, Tbe blood
is purified, evicted, and vitalised, and
carries health instead of disease to every
organ. Tbe Stoaoacb is toned and
strengthened, the appetite twstoted. The
kidneys and liver are roused and invig
orated. Tse braia to refreshed, the mind
nade clear and ready for vork. Try it.
I Con am pi ion Inenrabel
Read the following: Mr. C. H. Mor
ns, Newark. Ark., says: "Was down
with Abscess of Langs, sad friends and
physicians pronounced me an Incurable
Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, sm
now on my third bottle, and able to over
see the work on my farm. It is the finest
medicine ever made."
Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says
"Had it not been for Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption I would have
aieo or lung troubles. Was civen up by
doctors. Am now in best of health."
Try it. Sample bottles free at Hartz &
ttahnsen s drug store.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of piaise. A purer
icuicine noes not eiigt ana it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver
and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils.
salt rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure
all Malarial fevers. For cure of head
ache, constipation and imlieeation trv
ciectnc miters r.ntire satisfaction guar
anteed, or money refunded. Price 50
cents and fl.lHI per bottle at Harts &
Uahnsen s drug store.
BCCKl.EN'8 ARNICA SALVK
The best salve in the world for cuts,
brutres, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
soies, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns and all skin eruptions, and post
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
oox. ror sale bv liarti Bihnsen.
A contemporary has an article on "Slin
Shod Milk Inspection." Xo article of
food requires so thorough an inspection
ss Biipsnoa milk.
ADVlOa TU BUTREES.
Are you disturbed at night and broker
01 your rest by a sick child suffenn.' and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
sena at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
n insiow's Soothing Svmp for children
teething. Its value is iuoAlculable.
It will rc.'eve the poor little sufferer im-
mediitely. Lejend upon it mothers.
uicicuno miswhe htout it. it cure
dysentery, diarrhoea, rcjrulatcs tbe Mom
ch and bowels, cures wind colic, soft-
ans the gums, reduces intia.mms.tion. and
?ms tone, and energy to the whole sys-
usc. airs, wmsows fvnothinp Kmir
for children Teething is pleasant to the
tastf:, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurse? and phy
sicisxs in the United States, and is for
sale by al! drugst throughout U;e
orld Iticu 85 etnts nerhottie.
Nickleby That old saw 'Timh li pa at
tbe bottom Of a Well.' is verv naradr.ri.
cal. I think. Soneers Why so? Ni k-
leby How can truth lie at all?
Ksws About Tcwa.
It is the current report about town
that Kemp's Balsam for the throat and
mugs is mating seme remarkable cures
with people who are troubled with
coughs, sore throat, asthma, bronchitis
and consumption. Any druggist will
give you a trial bottle free of cost. It is
guaranteed to relieve and cure. The
large bottles are 5tc and SI.
He might eet wet : Younp f rnir "Me
can I go upon the hank and play awhile?"
t.ia irog "r. child: it threatens rain."
In the pursuit of the eooa things of
his world we anticipate too much: we
eat out tbe heart and sweetnefj of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
(been. The results obtained from the nop
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a cure cure for acne and
malarial diseases. Price, j 50 "wets, of
What is the most suitable musical com
position for a farewell benefit? Why. a
cansta-ta, of course.
Perhaps no local disease has nnzr'ed
and b filed the medical profession more
than nasal catarrh. While not imme
diately fata it is among tbe most dis
tressing and disgusting ills tbe flesh is
heir to, and the records show Terr few
or no case of radical cure of chronic
catarrh by any of the multitude of modes
of treatment until tbe introduction of
Ely's Cream Balm a few years ago. The
success of this preparation has been moat
gratifying and surprising.
The queen of Roumania baa evidently
been toying with the game popularly
known as whisky poker. She has just
published a book entitled , "Who
October 28 and November 1. 5. 6 and 8.
tbe C. R. I. & P. railroad will sell round
trip tickets to Chicago on account of the
American horse show at the rate of one
fare and one-third plus 50 cents, limited
Ore days. For the American Fat Stock
show, tickets at same rate and same limit
ill be sold November 11. 13. 15. 18. 19
and SO to same point.
The cellars in Venice are nearly all
damp, but most of the bouses have Adri
Pond's Extract, for both men and ani
mals. In all swellings of the joint,
whether arising from disease or accident,
it alleviates the agony.
araaarHla purlflesUtS Uood,
builds up ea ana drMUtatew system.
sixes stre fifth to weakened
HOOCl'S nerves, otercune that tired
fee lit i, tones the sVseatir
SarSSpa orni, Inviyorates and reg
rllla UtestlekidnTs and liver,
expels disease, and iea
vtcoroos nealtli. Young
people say: - It la the beat MakeS
aaf riirliiii ma vv tAnk -
Ud people say: lt makes the Weak
ws feet yotuf acala." So
(ood a aWxMue auy well rrong
be called " the trae Elixir of LUe."
's aasaiH U auld by ail orua-
glsts. t;stxforS. Prepared by C L Hood
txx. Apolhecarlaa. LoweU. Xaa.
AVOIO ALL IMITA.
TIONS. THEV MAY
FAC-S I Ml LE OF
BOTTLE WITH BUFF
TRACT. ACCEPT NO
SUBSTITUTE FOR IT
THIS IS THE ONLY
RIGHT KINO. 0ONOT
TAKE ANY OTHER.
COR. WASH 4k 3d ATE. S
f i ' laii . iu V li MTJ It
ftnd kinrieawi nrman .:mv1i ni
"'"'i rati, aiuurvs. IHaMKIf-
tn re cared without pain or catting.
nriV.t A. hlnoH rliu....... V
for on-ihirl the ct.
LADIES 1 ,hi ,r,,.,"nt
. Prr; . r Ul rc X Hill, in".
from s. Inwness. frerkli-.. era:. linn.,
etc., brilliant t e. sod perfect healtl,
ran be had. tThat -tired ffl-
ly cured. Floating-, beadachea, Ner
ma Prostration, and SWn.ni...
Dnnin . w-... k l . l . . . j ...
railing and displacements. Spinal weakness and
hamre of Life. C'on.ult the old dnrti..
" " - sua l iceratlon.
NERVOUS Phy',c' n,J r?nle weak-
, F -.u.ur: uerar. evil
rorebodin.. self-di.tniM. impaired memory, pal
pitation of the heart, t imples on the face .peck"
before the EYK, rinciiu in the ear. Vasrrh
threattned consumption and erer di.qualillca
L'SS. V'."..TV,aen mamace improper aid unhappv
yahDlLT and PERMANENTLY cored PP
DLUUU AND SK N ?'. nn
f..,n " ""K-fompletelT eradicated
withont tbe ne of rr error. Scrofula. Eryelpe-
t: ----- .-pamic fore i nrost and
Toeirne. Glandular enlargement of tbe Neck.
n , I V. . "'.Ti 'ner. nave isilefl.
nUPI UKt lu 'iu o nam or hlnd-
UR NARY t'vT-Kecently conlrartaj or
, - ... ii s.i remenv. o oaa
seoiis druirs nsed. Msdicines msiled'or express
ed to snj addres. free from observation. Char
re. fair TrrmtfMh. nnr.k i ..
W. ndij talk cot nothine.
HOT Hs- ,j . . . ,
,.. - ' m.,mma ana 1 10 s p. m.
snndav: t to S p. m .
aso. av. s. allRHIAPOUS. KIHH.
358 Jackson Su
St. Paul, Minn.
Speedily Cures all Private, Nervous.
Chronic and B'.oji and Skin Diseases
of both Sexes, without the use
of Mercury or Hindrance
NO CURE, NO PAY.
. ..... ." vrwu lis. I 111 C pOlHieU.
cao.mt ulcers, blotch, sore throat and aionth.
y " uvu uu woes, ana ait niaeaees or
the Kidneys sod Bladder, and all d;eeae o
quired from exposore arc CURED POK I IFK
M m or u sees who are t nlterlns from th tr
rible eflecu of Seminal weakneansxaal debili
ty and loe. of tvpxnal povrr as the rtfn I of
oataful IndwretioB. or exees of vatore
ramr.. producing eonloi. MrrouiwM. Iom of
Bf aiory, AcM are tfaoroagbly and vanaaaeallf
I V .
- ii . wuu ua dk may vears expeneace
In this speclaltv, lea graduate from one of tbe
...... ... wuilu vx if-Kr. oi me cUD'r. lie L
sitis (ailed In curing any ca-e. that be has nn-
- - "u wirrvpuDucDce .areaiy
confidential. Call or write foe li.t of qaeetlona.
-.ui..u,iMLi inn rxpre.9 eierywbe
GOLD KEDAL, PAR 13, 1278.
W. BAKER & CO.'S
ahsaMfelaf nan mnd
it is acslalWe.
r W . lu pmiwto Tt ha
of tufr. u4 M xtotnUir imr mo
m CMp. il (V.icmm, vi'iari.&f.
fXrv-T.jThrt.r. Aitli.T lloKTrtA,
ui4 l4i. JaUt sla4l tVr :btaM
m ei loa pmnm ta
Ssd bjr Grocer rterrii ber
W. BAKER & CO, Dorchester. Haas
LOTOS FACE POWDER
rtaukXAtS tbdnr mp4eXHro tttil r?
SAMPLE BOX GRATIS'
Crf tr Uls& .Mps4Ttdl tMkU UISs.a.n...,4At aVCk.ZWVr-
iuarntda4 u b irfwiy i car,. (nnwnpJr
h e? Hurt-try :!( kr fTprvvtM-rv
lrt-Pw 4ksaa4l &4 ptfr 9m.. A JvWt
anakat luf Hur nt lor pumi, mmm Ua it,
J. F. LL0Y0 4 CO., Sot Importer.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
Fob Sale bt m FoLLownta Dbcmoti
Marshall ft FUber.
HarU k Bahnsen.
and Frank NadJer
HAS PCRCHA8ED THK
d has removed I
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
VB solicit the trade long enjoyed
by his predeceesor and as many new
customers as wish to favor bins with
A Box al w iad Bales Pre to Suoaersaf
THE TRATFLEHS' HUIDE.
CUICaQO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAIL
way-Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thirty
Sh. .. .... ... r nt l.
Council Bluff- & Minutso- I
ta Day Express I
Kansas City Day Express. ..
Council Binds ft Miuneso-1
ta Expresp f
Conneil bind. Omaha i
I. In.it.il V.-.(k..l Br. I
4:0 am .! :15 am
S:5D am 11S0 pm
l:S8 pm 11:0S pm
7 :45 pm! 7:10am
ansa, tliy i.imited.
Denver V e.tlbule Expres... lU:i;i pm, 8:Him
Tumng wi-.t. ;Kilng eaat. Daily.
DLKLINfiTON RorTK-C, B. Q. RAIL-
"T -ay uep.it rim avenue snd tjlxuenlh ct..
M J. Yont g, asent.
Ht. Louis Kiprees
8t. L iuif Vxpreee
St. Paul Express
Way Frel. ht (Monmouth) .
Wsy Prelifht (Sterlinii) . ..
S :4fi pm
CU1CAWO MrLWAl KEB A ST. PAUL ttAIL
wsy Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twe tleth .ireet between First snd Second
arnue, a. u. w . lionog., sent.
Man auu Kxpreer
St. Paul Expr
rt.A Accon mrxlatl n..
A Aeecn modation.
S :ll pn
li :18 pm
ock island peorta railway de
pot r irsi avenue snd Twentieth street.
Mall and Exprean
1 80 pm
Cable Accommodation . . .
9 10 am
4 on pm
MOT DIRECT ROUTE TO TUB
-East and South East:
8 20 am
4 ) pm
8.i - pm
9 7 pm
5 57 pm
4 35 pm
4 57 sm
5 N" pm
fi 10 nm
i an i m
111 4S r m
8 48 pm
5 56 pm
6 17 nm
iz xa r
11 IS am
10 81 am;
10 M ami
10 64 am
4 57 pro
11 43 am
1 15 nm
in no am
4 in pm
8 55 pmj
T KA nm
8 57 pm
1 20 am
A l nm
St. Lou la. Mo,
n m am
S 00 am
10 z) pmj
S 15 sm
1 no sm
10 40 am
s IK) pm
7 10 am
10 15 nml
ii 15 pm
8 i pm
7 25 pm
10 SO pm
Papeenrer traina arrive anA dnart fmm rnin.
Accommodation train leaves Rock I.lsnd 8:45
P. m. arrives at Peoria xn a m T ..v. p...
to p. m. arrives st kock Island 1 :06 a m.
CABI X BBAXra.
ccosi. I Ac oro. ,
Acrom, ; A croni.
8.05 amj 8 pm
7 10 am 1.45 in
4.00 pm' S.10 u Iv R. I.I'd ar
5 00 pm'lirao am ar Rey'lds lv
5 V pm '2 0) sm ar .Cable lv.
8 ) am 11 50 pm
I -hair car nn P..I ltTt..h.i.u. B.b i.i.-j
and Peons In both alrections
U. 8. SUDLoW. k. ST.TCKHOrsK
Superintendent. ien"l Tat. Agent.
AST M 'TL TRAIN with Vestlbnled train ba
- - v.--., Auwauan, ok raaiaaa Minna
rRAXS-OOSTI?rvtTAL ROUTE between Chi-
vvuuui ArlsUU. . Biw Htm sTUmm
8RBAT 5ATI0NAL ROCTK herweea Cbicaso !
Tanasa f1. v4 Ge a. u - I
urai aauA 3U wWCyH. IQ,
l?00 MILES OP BOAD r--vchit.r All prtncirwl
rints tea miMla ZTi-s-i a -
i. um nisvwHlWeWUL lOWfw
lMOQii ud Drakou.
Fornup. tins tablet, Ttr of ptwin urJ
FirtLtc., ftpplv to th rwt t'sAUoa arail
Af tilsi rMa jr. Mi7waa-U a, D.-i b.it Z
-- OX, AT Mi JVAlWBy. SSSJ
to any railroad arest any where in tba world.
BrvBraLl llansMi fL 1 f w a
.,.. WHI A A ) a.. AfKa
1 4sT Fo trtfif ffllfrssa In mfavaaaa T ..J. --
TowBf owruM tj hf tha Chfcatro Milwaak A
F-t Pan) riailwa rvw.r.v,w a. u f.
fen. Land coaixaij-iotxer JlUwaakea. Wisconsin,
THE rOLHE SAVINGS BAKK
(Charted bj the La1slataraaf EUaota.)
MOLINE. - ILX-S.
Opea daily from A M. ss t P. aT , sad eaTmss
aa aad aatarlar Evesiaas froa. T s
Interest allowed on Despoaiu at tn rat
or 4 per Lent, per Annum.
Deposit! received In amounts of
fi ana upwards.
BECCBiTT A5D A b V AXT AGBSV
Tk. private Brooertv af 'ha Trustee, in n
sib, i (be at-itor. Tb. oatcera sr. DroalM-
tea rroa sorrowiaz sav of ita aovn.
aad siairteu worn. a eroiecied bf mrlsl law.
rsa Misaaa, Vice rrvetdcali C. 1. UaaaVwar.
Tarvsas:4l W VlM.bi.. Pm. .m iu.
C r. Bcsamwav. i itlas Leas. OH Kdwardal
Hiraes DaeBiij. A. H W rwat. 1. a. aUaior. L.
s-v ineenifcaanerea aarufi Dank ta
Dr. Tait Butler,
(Assistant Stale Veteriaarlaa cf Iuwa)
(Swcceasor to Dr. J. D. Rataarford.)
Office boars U A am. tot a. as.
Dentistry a Specialty.
Cflce: Coyne's Feed friable. Market square,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Bi0 aasviveu aaive.
sal satisfartaoa la the
art of Uonerraara aad
tiieet. I praam b. It aad
fed safe la recoiameao
los H le all saSeren.
f lsrrBwKsrr rTo's.-
8 35 pm
ii :08 am
1 :S0 pm
CWAOQUAnfTED WITH TUB OBOOBAPHT OF THE OOrsTTBT. VTOX, OBTAM
MUCH VAXiUABLS HJrORMATIOrT
THE CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY,
Including main lines, branches and
r o ?,r" .i",? "'feci ttoute to ana from Chlc&iro, jouet, urtawa,
Peoria, Salle. MoUne, Rock Island, in ILilNOIS-Davenport, MuAcatlno.
Sl,tS?lwa Osaioosa, Dos Molnea.Winterset, Audubon, Harlan, and Council
ri StJ IATM,n1BEoli St. Paul, In MINNESOTA Watortown
Haiter"8' 'n DAKOTA-Cstneron, Bt. Joupph, end Kansas City. In
SSOUBI-Omaha, FeJrbury and Nolnon, in NEBRAfeKA Horton. TopvVw, -.
Hhlnaon. Wichita, BellevtUo, Abilene. CaldwelL in KANSAS Pona
Creek, KinBeher, Port Bono, In tho INDIAN TEREITOBT end Colorado
SS8' 5e.?ver' Pueblo, in COLORADO. FBES RocUnlnfT Chair Cars to
and from Chicajro, Caldweli, Hutchinaon, and Dodtro City, and Palace Slssp.
In? Cars between Cbicatro, Wichita, and Hutchinson. Traverses now svnd
vaet areas of rich farming' and (rrain lands, atfordlnaT the bast HaotUttea
or intercommunication to ail towns and cities east and west, nortbwost '
ana soutnwest of Chicago, and Pacific and transoceanic seaports.
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS.
Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment, cool, well ventilated, and
free from dust. Through Coaches, Pullman Sleepers, FREK Recllnlnar ",
Chair Cars, and (east of Missouri River) Dininff Cars Daily between Cttf carV
Des Moines, Council Bluffs, and Omaha, with Free Recllnlne Chair Car to,
.T p'atte. Neb and between Cbloatro and Colorado eprintrs, Denver,
and Pueblo, via. St. Joseph, or Kansas City and Topeka. Splendid Dtalncr
Hotels (furniahin meals at seasonable hours) west of Missouri River. .
California Excursions daily, with CHOICE OF ROUTES to and from Salt
r?5S Oa-den, PortlancL Los Aiureles, and San Francisco. The DIRECT
'NE .an from Pike's Peak, ailanltou, Oarden or tbe Gods, tha Sanltart
ums, and Scenic (irandeurs of Colorado.
VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
1.r&r3?B,Sram8.dBlly between cUcaaro and Minneapolis and St. Paul,
THROUGH Kac nino rrii.i. (.n ifd?vi .. . . i -Zj
""'". . ""lit" uairMAr ana csieeper ootween f eons, tspint lax..
rails, yiallock Island. Tbo Favorite Una to Pipestone, Water -GndofrSiobwest
Summor Hunting and Pisbinsr
J5.55SRTiJNE SENECA AND KANKAKE8 offers facilities to
travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Council Bluffs, St.
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minnoapolls, and 8fc PauL'
.-.Fr. Tlke??',MaJRr' Po'dfirs, or desired Information, apply to any Ticket
OSes in tbe United States or Canada, or addreea
E. ST. JOHN.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
The IWoline Wagon Co.,
Manmacturers ol FARM. SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall SiAjV - .Al V a wwin v. s
A fall ajcomplrt. liae of PI.ATTORM aad ether Sprite Wsrons. eeneeUrrr adaated t. tw
Vtestera trade. of reDerinrwortiraB.kln.r.rie.i.1.' inVT: i. "d tas
apieation. See the HOU.M
Adams Wall Paper Co.,
LERCH & STJTCLIFFE, Managers.
300 Patterns of New
sETPainting, Graining and Paper Hanging. .
DIMICK BLOCK, Twentieth Street,
near Third Avenue.
A5D DEALER IB
Flottr. Feed, Baled Hay, Straw, Crockery. Glassware, Cutlery.
fjrSteanuhip Atrency and remittance to any part of Europe.
01 and 03 Xinth Street, Rock Island, 111.
Proprietor of Brad; Street
All kind? of CUT FLOWERS eonatabtlv on hanrf
One Block North of Central Park.
Tb. Ur..t i. Iowa.
THE FOURTH AVE. HOTEL
ha cbsoved band, having been leased to
W. J. GAMBLE,-
ma strictly Irat-cle.. special rate to cltj boarder. "m
Corner Fourth avenue and Twenty-third lret, Rock Island.
W. JL. GUTHEIE,
t (sacceeaof to Satbrle A Collta.)
Contractor and Builder,
ROCK ISLAND TT T
wsTTlaas aad eetlauie fnrnl.bed. A specialty aud. of fne work. All . . V'
Svosapai, aad aalietacUao (saraiileed. aienoed to
Office and rlhop No. 1818 Third AvanM-
No. 119 Seventeenth Street, Rook Il and.
tyCldaBing and repairing dnns neatly and chsaplr. ".
ROCK ISLAND HOUSE BARBER SHOP
AND BATH ROOMS.
rared rbr-afboaraad S.trjSS VS
J. T. DIXON
. MERCHANT TAILOR,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Aveauf.
FB0M A STTJDT OF THIS MAT or '
eztensiona Bast and West of tho
CHICAGO. ILL.. Qen'l Ticket Faaa, Affsat,
WAOON before pare has Ing
StyleB in Wall Paper.
Rock Island, 111.