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THE ROCK ISLAND AllGUS, WEDNESDAY; OCTOBER 15, 190.
CABLE AND HAYES.
Matters of Interest Between the
Valid Rniwn e Votea f the
People fahould be Ulxrn tm Their
taopport-Urnt the l-'nenrt of the SIo-opollKt.
Tbe Muscatine yew Tribune has the
following to say concerning Mr. Cable,
and Judtfe Hayes, ot Iowa:
There has rem much said of the iden
tity of interest between Muscatine and
her neighbors across the river in Rock
Inland and Mer. er comitiep. Of all that
lias been raid nothing so forcibly repres
sen's this community of interest as the
respective candidacies for congress on
either side of the rircr of Walter I. Hayes
and Ben T. Cable. What can more
strongly affect the people on both aides
of the river than the cost of living? -
Judge Hayes stands alone as the only
representative fr.m lows in congress who
voted against the bill that is raising the
prices of the necessaries of life to every
citizen of Iowa. On the opposite shore,
Mr. (jest, the republican candidate for
congress, voted for this measure, and his
democratic opponent, Mr. Cable, is
pledged, like Judge Hayes, to the repeal
of this iniquitous legislation.
On the Muscatine shore there i but one
opinion arrong r publicans ard demo
c sta, as to the u! tt r folly and injustice
of tLe McKinlcy bi I. Without warrant
or excuse it has caund a rise in price in
tvery department of trade, and as a re
publican said id our Sund iy issue, "thi9
increase of prices on the verge of winter
is outrageous." There must be and will
be an unanimity of sentiment on the Iowa
shore in this S-con 1 district, in favor oi
giving Judge Hayes an unanimous return
to congress. What laboring man, what
householder, what farmer, can- vie
aeaimt the only representative in congress
from Iowa, who voted against this sense
less measure? And what farmer in Uock
Island and Mercer county, can cast his
ballot for G et. who, by bis vote in con
gress, imposed this VtKinley bill upon
the country? The best district in Iowa,
a d strict which boosts of the fliest cities
in the state, a district which is the seat of
two ct urch dioce.-es and their cathedrals
and colleges; a district which formerly
paveS.WOrepub ican maj rity, will return
J mitre. Hayes to congress by from
S.tWU to ltt.tsK) majority. What will
our district across tte river do?
Doe, it want any more of Gett? Ben
T. Cable stands for the same
national policy as Judge Hayes. If
elected. Mr. Cahle will be found voting
with Jtidue Hayes for the people against
the rci.oofM.iies who have saddled this
M Kinley bill upon the country. Can
there be a doubt that our Illinois neigh
bors will vote, as Iowa will vote, for the
election to congress of a man who will
represent the farming interests of the
west, and who will cot, like, Mr. Gest.
and the reouhlicsn representatives of
Iowa, be wholly subservient to the mos
nopoiisttc demands of the east. Judge
Hyes will go back to congress by "a
largely increased majority; let our neigh
bors on the other shore see to it that Ben
T. Cable has their equally emphatic sup
port. Let us releyute these eastern re
presentatives of western cons t;tuencies so
far to tho rear that they will never be
heard of again. In our celebration of
Judge Hayes' return, the Xnn-Trlbune
wants to make it a joint celebration, with
the name of Ben T. Cable illuminated as
the representative- lect of our trans river
neighbors. This is not Dolilics: it is
business It means the prosperity and
the comforts of the home. It means a
chance to live, against the exactions of
the Mckinley bill It means a govern
ment of the people, by the people and for
TH E T1X PLATE TKUST.
vat IVoiHlri-rul Work a Are I nrier
takrn for the .onct of Mtn hodv.
The Ji'ion contains a long article upon
the benefits to this country and the work
ingmen, because of the establishment in
severs! laces of tin plate factories. This
matter of new factories in that industry
is so concisely and truthfully put by the
Mpnngfhlrt Uti'ufflir,,n. the leading repub
lican paper of New England, that it is
It is astonishing bow rapidly tin plate
iwiones are oemg ttuilt ror campaign
purposes In consilience of the McKin
lay bill. Tittsburg was first in the field,
then Baltimore, Chicago, Philadelphia.
Wheeling and nobody knows how many
more all hurrying to erect the biggest
plant, with the greatest quantity of im
proved machinery, the largest capital and
employing the most hands of any such
etlahlibhment in the world. They are all
to be ready by next July, prepared to till
the market the moment the new tariff
goes into effect. There seems to be no
taking into account in these plans of
the exceedingly limited supply of raw
tin for which these factories must
all compete: a little thing like that
never stands in the way of a boom or a
campaign yarn. But granting that all
these stories are true, ami that these re
ported intentions to build and operate
these tin-plate plants are bona fide, it
can mean but one thins, and that is a
chance to umkc larger profits out of tin
plate than by any other use of this capi
tal. These profits must all come out of
the extra price every consumer of tin pays
or uibi article," so that these plants are
to- be built, paid for and supported by
money taen from the pockets of every
one of us, without return. This boasted
rush of capittl into tin-plate making,
therefore, proves too much for the Me
Kinleyilcs, for it proves that an aided
unnecessary burden is to be put upon us
!1 in order to secure to this capital a sat
Why .oi Itork l-lnnit Try T
At the last meeting of the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen it wag decided by
the representatives of that order to erect
a headquarters building to cost not less
than $150.0(10. The building is to be cen
trally located, and to be used as the home
of the order. In it will be the offices of
the grand lodge officials, a hall for meet
ing and convention purposes, rooms for
the editing and publication of the official
organ of the order, and a portion of the
building is to be made into store rooms
and offices which can be leased and from
which a handsome revenue is expected.
This headquarters building will go to the
city making the best offer. The Musca
tine Journal makes a suggestion to its
citizens that should be taken as a pointer
by Hock Island:
Muscatine should be among the cities
bat will try to secure it, and a proposiN
tmn should be submitted. The location
of this building in Muscatine would prove
a great benefit to the city, but it cannot
be secured without an effort. A strong
pull should he mnde and one that will re
sult in landing the prize. The Cmutitu
turn says Keokuk is workino f- i. lib. .
Ht. I.nki--. Iloapltal Itepon for ept
emlier. Expenses Telephone, f 12.50; nurae,
4I); extra nurse, $10; servant. S12- gro
ceries. 2G.U9:rent. 20: drugs. $17; coal,
12.65; milk 8; meat. ,34.44. wine 75c.
crockery. 40c; total, $li 2
Donations-Mrs. Lewis, fruit, jelly.old
linen; Christie . Crackery factory, box of
cigars; Mrs. Bear, cakes, crackers; Mrs.
Simon, underwear; Mrs. Evans, chickens;
old linen; Enma Feshner, books,
papers and flowers.
No. of patients,ll; discharged. 6; died,
1; remaining 6.
' M. C. Hoffmam. Sec.
The faster man runs in debt the less
he is apt to et ahead.
DAYS AT COLLEGE.
A few LiBra proas Reek Island Bay
at the laws tliy loivrralty Wkt
arroaa Cm Are at the Heat at Lara-laa-f
Special Correspondence to the Aaocs:
Iowa City. Oct. 13.1890.-r A few words
from here may interest your readers. The
Iowa State University is on a big boom
this year. The enrollment in all depart
mcnta is something over (500 higher than
ever before. There are number of Rock
Island boys bcre: Messrs. John and Lee
Silvis and Hawthorne, of the dental;
Bowman, of the medical ; Kahlke broth
ers and Keimers, in the collegiate.
Reimers by the way is the class president
of the freshman's, and was duly initiated
by the sophomores Friday. Thursday
night the town was posted with warlike
looking posters reciting the valor of the
"sophs," and warning to the green freshes
to beware, and eaily Friday the tall pres
ident was seized and conveyed to a hiding
place in the country, being subsequently
returned to the city and locked securely
in the St. James to guard against such a
possible contingent as his "unavoidable
absence." At 5 o'clock in the evening the
fun commenced in earnest with an
encounter between same of the dental
students and the city boo Hums, which
ended in one of tho dents" and two of
the collegiates partaking of the city's
hospitality until they were baiied
out. An immense mass meeting ot
all the students was held Satur
day afternoon in the medical build
ing, where resolutions condemning the
indignities he a pod upon the university
men by the hoodlums and city marshal
and police, providing for cash to defend
the charge against them, were adopted
and various committees appointed.
The medical students lament the ab
sence of Dr. Peck, who is sick at home.
His place is ably filled, however, by Prof.
Litlig. The medics bad some fun Thurs
day initialing a little ' law" who came into
one of the lectures. He was duly passed
down the amphitheatre into the pit
and finally admitted into full fellowship.
The college the Y. M.C. A. is ending
a $30,000 building on the corner east of
the campus, and the university, a $25.
MH chemical building and laboratory on
the opposite corner. The new natural
science building offers fine opportunities
for scientific research in any department.
The upper story is occupied with the
zoologictl collections, including the cele
brated Homaday collections. Professor
Nutting, formerly of the Smithsonian, is
in charge of this department. The finelv
equipped microscopal laboratory in the
uieiioiogicai ana Dioiogicsl departments
would delight the hearts of a micros;o
pist like Prof. Southwell, and the ho
tonicai museum, too, would be a fre
quented spot for those interested in bo
tanical science, in fact, anyone, with any
bent in anv AOWMmI Hiiwtinn n-hplhwr
classical, scientific or professions), can
find plenty of work and opportunities for
gra'ifying his tastes, no matter how crit
It is hard for grown people-to ronlize bow
many thing are perfectly simple to them,
but quito beyond the comprehension of
children. Figures of speech in particuliir
are almost sure to involve the little ix-ople
in a tangle of perplexities.
Something of this sort hap;eiie.l to little
Fnany in church not lontr since. She is a
mere morsel oi humanity, mid it is the
pride of her life that she is okl tiout:h to
I allowed to go alone to the house-of her
aunt, three doors awav.
Fanny is too short to reach the tiell knob.
ami us her soft little tist can nut make noise
enough to bf heard by any one inside, she
is obliged to stand on h.-r aunt's doorstep
unr:l some gixsl natured lersiin comes
alutig whom she can ask to rinu the tadl
for her. This difficulty, however, she has
been careful not to mention at home.
One .Sunday the pmu her had much to
say about corning to the (rate of heaven
and knocking forcntrance. Funny listened
luienuveiy, wiiii a race winch grew con
stantly more sober, until at last, when u
picture was drawn of a little child's com
iigto the portal, she suddenly nut her head
down into her mother's lap arid burst into
a perfect convulsion of tears A-tonislie.1
at this sudden outbreak, her mother bent
down ami in an anxious whisper a-k
what the mutter was.
mi, iiiiiiiimii, was i ne answer, m u
sobbinn whisper. ''I don't thi.k I could
ever get into heaven."
"Why not?" asked the iu.led mother.
"Hh, mamma." I am so little I could
ever reach the Im-11. ami I never can make
snylxHlv hear me knock."
iier urier was so r.irter that she bail to
I taken out of t lie church, and the rest of
the afternoon di-votsi to explaining to her
that the minister's words were not to mi
takeu too literally. Youth's Companion.
Tli Money In Hmp.
At Atlantic City, as almost everywhere.
you see. several soap kings. The soap king
is peculiar to no country. Mis name in
Iximlou may Ik- I'ear; in Philadelphia,
liazmi or Siiidailsor Hrooke: in Cincinnati,
Procter; in anesville. Schultzor lloag: in
New lork, Habbitt or Higins, but the soap
man sweeris arm senilis tne deck. A simple
recipe, namely, to get the discarded grease
oi improvident tamihes and compound it
with a little lye and potash, makes all the
difference between the sp king ami pov
erty. The soap king sometimes adds the
candle business to his other trade. Ho
deuls in wux from the bees, and somewhat
in coal oil, as an assistant tn the home fat
business. But everywhere he compounds
advertising with, thrift if he would suc
ceed, and it must be confessed that nothing
suits mankind so much as good soap.
Cleanliness Ix-ing next to godliness, soap
is the priest of that cleanliness. There is a
smell about film soap w hich hardly any
thing in this world has. As people go for
ward in the social and civilized scale they
do not draw nearer to the angels, but nearer
to soup. The hubbies of soap resemble tho
golden clouds and all the tints of the rain
bow. There is u coherence about soap which
holds a little drop of water together so that
it can expand nniler the breath until it is
as big as your head. Some men love their
toilet and get good dividends out of atten
tion to it, ill white teeth, white bauds, ex
ceflen.. complexions, and often the atten
tion in the toilet in man is assisted by clean
appetites. Cor. Cincinnati Enquirer.
Something might be said in favor of the
primitive practice of naming men after
they were grown up instead of while they
were babies. Under the present system it
often happens that a man's name is cu
riously out of keeping with his character
or pursuits. The literary editor of The
Doctor has lately been examining a new
directory of physicians, and seems to have
been greatly impressed by the aingularity
anil iuappropriatenessof some of the names
contained in it.
He thinks, for example, thut Dr. Coffin
might sound unpleasantly auggestive to a
nervous atient, though less so, perhaps,
than another name which follows it Iir.
Ileath. A timid person might object to
Ir. t?exton also, and if one were very sick
indeed it would certainly seem ominous if
Ir. Death, Dr. Coffin and Dr. Sextou were
to hold a consultation at his bedside.
Other names almost aa bail us the fore
going are Dr. Butcher and Dr. Slaughter,
though they occur several times each in
the directory. There are t wo Dr. Cranks
fewer than might have been expected
aixl one Dr. Craze, who is perhaps in charge
of an insane asylum.
Some of the names may be called inap
propriately appropriate, such aa Aiken,
Carver, Cutter, Hash, Diet, Hurt, Mangle,
feimt. i'lllmore, Tomb and Toothaker.
Dr. Ague and Dr. Shivers might very well
be purtners, and if a third man were wanted
they could hardly do better than to call in
The night Kind of a VaclitliiK Suit.
Mr. Tenderloin What shall 1 wear?
I've never been yachting, don't cher
Mr. Tuffnntte Oh. something dark.
But have yoor clothes very loose.
Mr. Tenderloin And shall I have
Mr. Tuff nute What! On a thirty foot
ilr. Tenderloin Bat where shall I
Mr. Tuffnutte If your clothes are
roomy, why sleep in them! Clothier
Why Royal Baking Powder is the Best.
"The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure,
' for I have so found it in many tests niade both for
that company and the United States Government.
I will go still further and state that, because of the facilities that company
have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent
upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation,
the Royal Baking Powder
hi undoubtedly the Purest
and most reliable baking
powder offered to the public.
"HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D."
Late United States Government Ckemist.
JOHN A. WILSON.
Democratic Candidate for the Legis
lature. . Xativeorthe foamy, Who Han Al.
way Identified llinrir With the
John A. Wilson, one of the democritic
nominees for representative from this the
Twenty-first senatorial district, is n nas
liye of Rock Island county, having !f en
born in Rural township. May 14, 1S51.
He is a son of the late Hon. John M.
Wilson, who nerved ss county judne for
several years and resigned the office be
cause of failing health shortly before his
death. Mr. Vil90n still resides upon the
JOHN A WIISoX.
faim oa which his phrents settled in ls.to,
they having emigrated from Ohio in Oc
tober of that year, lie has always lived
on the farm on which he was born exefpt
while away at school. He is a practii-nl
farmer, and while his life has been one of
constant agricultural labor since a boy, it
has been given in a large part to
studious industry too. He hss
been all his life a careful observer
and student of the leading questions
Of the day. and wh'l ; he is a demoTU
through and through, he has been an ex
ponent of tvery doc-trine by which he con 1
extend his influence for the f irmers' be-it
interests. To that extent he has been li i
crbliy inclined politically. He was e'eoti'd
commissioner of highways of Rural town
ship in 1876. Ho has served his tuwr
ship as sup3rvis,)r in all six years, serving
two terms as chiirraan of the poor fam
committee, and is now on his second
term as chairman of the finance commit
tee of the county board. H was nom -nated
for county treasurer in 1878 an i
four years ago was the democratic nun,
inee for county judge, his candidacy in
each instance being attended by a devel
opment of strength which was highly
complimentary to him.
Mr. WiUon will of course be elected t
the legislature and is in every way worthy
of the confidence his friends propose U
place in him.
It Dliln't Takr LiiK.
A big man who looked like- h- mih
bo a wnati.r or a rich merchant, a re
tired banker or something of that sort
walked down tlie street a few cveningx
ago. and stopidng nnder a lamp post
looked intently upward. A policeman
saw him and Ktopped over to Wiat side or
the walk to se what it meant. Tht
next man who happened along also
stopped, and nffoT catching what h
thought w:im the proer range legan to
look. Another man camo up and did
tho same thing. Pretty soon a young
fellow and his girl caught sight of the
Btarers, ami they began to see what there
was to lie seen. I'rescntly some one iu
the rapidly increasing twirty Rpoke up.
"What's all this mean?" he asked the
"Git along wid j ez." responded the
Inst then the big man turned around.
-My gootriPss:" he exclaimed, "what
on earth in this crowd here for?"
What are yon looking at?" asked one
of the bystanders.
-Looking at?" echoed the geutleman,
"why. Mess tne, I was only asorbed iu
"1 was wondering bow long it wonid
take me to blockfo ttidirwalk by saying
tif ithi ng. " Chicago Ileral. 1.
A l.fpt-Min n l.mirtui;ft.
"Oh, yum, ynmT cried Miss Annex,
ns MisH Harvard, her chnm. laid a bag
of Seckel iearn liefore her. Carefully
laying aside her toln and bossing her
Plato into a corner she tieized one of the
fruit and began mnnclang. "And why,
dear," Kho said, with the usual Yankee
recklessness of prounnciation, "why do
yon suppose they call these delightful
pears Sickel pears?"
"Oil, you deur little goosel" excluimed
Miss Harvard. "What makes yon ask
nueh a silly question, Ktupid? It's be
cause they gather 'em with a a what-yon-ciiU-um
sickle, my dear, of course.
Yum. yum." Chicago Times.
Something Sfw In OnVmxIve Wrairan.
Gamin (in the water) A Dutch c od-
per ain't no good!
Officer Clatterburg Vat's- dot?
Gamin Pipe off der sauerkraut peel ert
Officer Blatterburg How yon like dot
extensible cloob, OHmny? Jndga
r ' f: --. ' ..
tlOOBt ward $100.
The readers of the Akous will be pleased
to learn that there ia at It-a-t one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is catnrrb.
Hali's Catarrh Cure is the only p sitive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting uature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so much
fnith in its curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dnIUrs for anv case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
F. J. Ciieeney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
An expurgated joke "What kind of a
climate has H ligoland? ' "Rather
d mp, I fancy."
Hold it to tB' L'ght
The man who tells vou confiden -tially
just what will cure your cold is
prescribing Kemp's Balsam this vear. In
the preparation of this remarkable medi
cine for coughs and colds no expense ia
spared to combine only the best and
purest ingredients. Hold a bottle of
Kemp's Baisam to the light and look
through it; notice bright clear look;
then compare with other remedies. Trice
5m- and f 1.
A man of a flighty disposition should
never be made the cashier of a bank.
The Great amaricaa Vborni.
Sneezing, snuffling and coughing! This
is the music all over tfce land just now
' I've got such an awful cold in my head. "
Cure it with Ely's Cream Balm or it may
end in the toughest form of catarrh. M
be you have catarrh now. Nothing is
more nauseous and drt-ailful. Tliis rem
edy masters it as no other ever did. Not
a snuff nor a liquid. Pleasant, certain,
Hard Coal Market.
Best quality Anthracite coal, all sizes,
$7 25 per ton. screened and delivered.
25c per ton discount for cash. Cannel
coal for grates, blacksmiths' coal, coke
and charcoal always on hand.
E. O. Frazek.
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder is uni
versally known and everywhere esteemed
as the only powder that will improve the
complexion, eradicate tan, freckles and
all skin diseases.
The Beat Man in he Wurvd.
Well, if not fKi"itiely tht- Ix'-t, one of thewi.est
I be who checks dte&;H- al the ptart ia hi ow n
fystem. In preserving or re-torine the heitren
fcrrnnted irift of heallh, he deserves profoomt coi.
fidtrs'ii'n. Hi example Is worthy to be in.itried.
The complaint wbieh afflict ns arc largely attrib
utable to a want of tone In ihe ptomarb, either in
herent or inflieted by ourselves npon that much
abused repository of the food tht should nourish
ns. What ia its requirement in adversity .' A
wholesome tonic. Noueso pod. if we rely uMtn
experience and testitrony. as Hotetter's stomach
Biiters. I'umedicflted stimniants won't do; rec
ulatien. ns well as niviirnrstion of the digestive
vi-cer, is not to be effected by thee. Tnrmu h
the at'encyof the stomachic named. strneth of
the entire avs'em is retrenched clyjep-:a and
btlion-ness overcome Malarial, kidney, bladder
and rheumatic complaint are eradierted by this
sanitary reformer oi ill health.
PftCPARCD ONLY BY
FLK21I8 BROS.. PITTSBURGH. PA.
OTICK OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Estate of Sherman O Kiliott. Tteceased.
Public notice ia heseby given. That the nnder
aiinied. Ashley W, Klliott, administrator rum If
lamtnto anaxo of Sherman O. Klliott, deceased,
has this day tiled his Dual report and sell lenient
aa audi in the county court or Rock Island county,
and that an older haa been entered by said court
approving the aaid report, unless objection! there
to or cause to the contrary be shown on or before
the lirst day ot October A. D. ISWI; and upon the
final approval of aaid rexirt ihe said Ashley W .
Klliott will ask tn hediacharced. Allperoue in
terested are notified to attend.
Kock Inland, 111., Auiril-t ltl, 1SSHI
ASHLEY W. EM.IOTT.
Administrator evm t'ltammlo anaro of Sherman
O. Klliott, deceased sept Id -w
Estate of Barbara Rise, Deceased .
The underslirned, having beenappointed Ex
ecutor of the estate of Barbara Kiss, late
of the county of Kock Island, state of Illinoia.
deceased, hereby plves notice that be will
appear liefore the county court of Kock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of aaid court, in
the city c.f Hock Island, at the November term, on
the Flint Monday in Novembernext, at which time
all persons having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the purjiose of
havinc the same adjusted. All persons indebted
U said estate are reqnested to make Immediate
payment to the underslirned.
Dated this 15th day of September. A. !.. lSflO.
seplSdUw JOHN KISS. Executor.
Estate of Charles Dunn, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istratrix of the estate of Charles Dunn, late
of the county of Kock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby Rives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Kock Island county, at
the office of the clerk of said court, in the cltv of
Kock Island, at the November term, on the nrst
Monday in November nen, at which time all
persons havine claims against said estate, are no
tified and requested to attend for the purpose of
havine the same ad Insted. All persons indebted
Ut said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 10th day September. A. n. I'M.
t'ATHEKISE A. DUNK. Administratrix.
ae lo dUw
OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the city
eler 'a office, hock Island, III . until S p m Mon
day. October Wrh. 1M0, for excavating, back fill
Inx and irradiru; of Uarnsey, commonly known as
Fanklin square .
flans and specifications can be seen at the city
Bleaks for bidders will be furnished on applica
tion and no bids will be considered not In acrord
ance with specified blanks. Contractors will not
epald nntil tbe annual appropriations lor the
faar tain are available.
The city reaersea the right to reject any and all
ids. - .
By order of the Street and Alley Committee
Robert kokhlbr. city clerk.
Rock Island, 111. , October luth, 1880.
Warranted Free from Injurious Drugs..
THE TKATELEKS' UII)E.
CHICAGO. KH'S ISLAND A PACIFIC HAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thirty-flr-t
street. V. II Skelton, agent.
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Kansas City Day Express...
5:50 am 11 rOO pm
3 37 pm lt:0T pm
council Bin us uinneso- I ;
45 pm TiSi) am
A Omaha I
Limited Vestibule Ex.
:2t am .1:05 am
Kansas City Limited ,
Denver Vestibule Express
11-11 pm M:S0 am
II 41 pm am
tiiotnK west, ittoingeast. Uaily.
BURLINGTON ROUTS-C., B. A y. RA1L
way Depot First avenue and Sixtvcnin St.,
M J. Your)!, agent.
81. Loais Kxprese .....
St. L'tui Kxpress.........
St. Panl Express
Beanlstown Passenger. ..
Way Frelcht ( Monmouth) .
Way Preiitht (Sterling)...
.. :45 am 6.iK am
.. 7-40 pm 7:15 pm
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CHICAGO. MII.WAl'KES ST. PAUL VA1L
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twet tieth si reel, between First and Second
avenue, E. 1). W. Holmes, eircnt.
' 6 :45 a
vlaii null &xpres-.
St. Panl Kxpr ss
t A Accon modsTi"n......
('t - AecrTrmodation
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ROCK ISLAND PEOKIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenne and Twentieth atreet, F.
H. Rockwell, Airent.
Fnst Mali Express.... .
I xavi. Ainti.
2 : am
9 10 am
4 U pm
1 Hi pm
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO TBE
:East acd South East.
and Kx .
6 4S pm
5 17 pm
4 57 pm
4 in pin
Pi 15 pm
10 ,5 am
d 15 am
1 isi am
t 1 am
8 rl am
10 x7 am
IvR. NVd ar
1 i pm
U 4a pm
1-.' 5 pm
I 'M pm
.1 -r, pm
8 57 pu.
4 :v pm
4 57 urn
9 115 nm
. Cambridge. .
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10 isi am
6 45 am
j .Springfield .
t. luis. Mn
. I.oni-ville .
I 'incmnatl. O
3 55 pm
8 57 pm
I .ii ami
10. all pm
H. i5 am
9 15 am
:i 40 am
7 3D am
is Ir. pm
7 45 pm
Passenger trains arrive and depart from Uuion
Accommodation train leaves Rock Island 8-45
p. m. arrives at Peoria 30 a. m. Leaves Peoria
7:15 p. m. arrives ai Kock Island 1 :te a m.
Lv. Rock I-ls,nd 6.8H am
0 -.M am
11 00 am
5 40 pm
Arr. Reynolds , 7.41 Hm
Cable S.15 am
Ac-om. 'lAc, accom.
! 6. W am IS M pm; S.45 pm
7. 10 a n 1.45 pm 4.l'5 pm
i 8 05 am pm: 5.: pm
Chair car on Fai Express between Rock Island
and Peoria in both directions.
H. B. SI IIUiW, u. STiKKHOUSK.
Superintendent. CJen'l Tkt. Afent.
PAST M ML TRAIN with Electric lichted end
Meam heated Vestibnled trains between Chi
cago, Milwaukee, SI. Panl and Minneapolis.
TRAN-OONTINRNTAL ROUTE with Elec'ric
lil'titedand Sleam heated Vestihnled trains be
tween Ohicaco and Council Bluffs, Omaha or
St. Paul and the Pacific Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTEshetween Chicago
Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo.
5700 MILK OF ROAD reaching all principal
(stints In Illinois. Wisconsin. Minnesota, Iowa,
Missouri, South Dskota and North Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rates of passage and
freiifht, etc., applv to the- nearest station aent
of the Chiraco. Milwaukee 8t. Paul Railway, or
to any railroad attent anywhere in the world.
ROH WELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
General Manager Gen'l Pass. A T. Agt.
tVFor Information in reference to Lands and
Townsowtied by by the Ch.cai-o. Milwaukee A
M. Paul Railway Company, write to H. S. Han
gen, Land commissioner Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
HOIS AI LIVES-
By nslnp A. F. Sohmid'a. the pioneer resi
dent Liirtituing Rod dealers celebrated
which he keeps constantly on hand. Any job, no
matter bow complicated, done In the moat
scientific manner. Competition in
prices and quality defied.
A. F. SCHMIDT.
No. BJ1 Twentieth SU Rock Island,
John Volk & Co.,
Hash., Doors, Blinds. Siding, Flooring.
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth St., bet. Third and Fourth are.,
fil'M-EHSTIo ROOFISO FELT costs only
ffg.OO per KW square feet. Makes a soud roof
for years, and anyone can put it on. Send stamp
fur sample and full particulars.
Gcm Elastio Roonso Co.,
39 and 41 West Broadway, Xw Vok
Local Agents Wanted.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and IS Maiden Lane, tf . Y. Branch : Marion
?nd. For sale by T li. Thomas, Druwtist, Rock
Island, IU. aep.-d6m
IF ALL, DKKCR TPTtn Vfl
PrompUy and neatly executed by the 4mm Jo
VBpadal atU&Uoa paid to CoeuBarcUl ork
It will Pay you to Examine
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
This space is reserved for
STABY. BERGER & SNELL,
Dealers in Boots and Shoes, corner
Second and Harrison Streets,
m:. e. jNxu RrtriNr,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Twenty-first St., Rask Island.
A firt c'a-s ,tri of Clmceries that will he sold at lowest llTtre prices. A share of public
DELICIOUS, STRENGTHENING TO THE NERVES.
Tea anil coffee theer but do not nourish They even
-ave an injurious efte t ujxn the nervous system. Indeed
there is no beverage like
Van Houteits Cocoa.
"BEST & GOES FARTHEST."
It stimulates and nourishes as none other, leaves no bad
effects and is a flesh-former of the most approved type.
-V A Hilt TI -Oln)t (-on-e trisd.alr n d"). Tteilnwuaar lake
t lih pleusnre and ihe weak llh inifianltr. TirrlilsrsVrl.r Ira
Hud r..tr. - arsfOiiiai.-ri by lis Mrn.lv nse.aad art-Tana dlorder. are rs.
urinansprrtrnlro. Irll.-I..n. to the f aMr. -frsrat sale la I be world.- i
Aklint vixiiui ri:'iMii tkiMiiiTiii K u i
FOR BRFAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER, AND ALL TIMES.
THE HEALTHIEST AND THE BEST.
Paris Exposition, 1SS9JJ SStZ'JS'
ONCE USED, NEVER WITHOUT IT.
ASK FOR YELLOW WRAPPER.
For Kale Every where.
jiK.4.wr iorsK, i:vox sqcake, xew your.
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati. Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located in
In the past six months he has snrcessfnily
of tbe most ei'Tcre charartr.
The names of a fi w who live in Iiavenport an I
vicimly. wIhi have been successfully treated are
MrALI'ain. Mrs V-iry Watson, rhenmatism;
Miss l.iz.ie Vaure. Mr Jidin SiM'iker. caiarrh;
Miss Anna laviP. Mr Wm Sankryf, si-mfula; Mrs
.1 A Wisner. Mr K I. Ma onliamer. heaft disease;
Mrs K W Marhatl. (II years standiiij;! plies;
Mr Samncl S,icts, (1 uiles
Mr lsialt Ih.ly 7 1 i,iles;
Mrs Mny Wcedt. J A Wright, Sarah Mu'nson.
Krank Hayes. Win Mi'tiranaliaii, i K Tbnoipson,
These are a very few of Ihe manr testimonials
the doctor has, hut tliey are eiiui:h to show w hat
ran lie done hy one who ttiomnizhly understands
the esnse and treatment of disease.
fVLosa of ManhiKst, Seminal Weakness, and
Errors of Youth, positively and permanently
HTVossltively no ease taken that eai.not be
en red. Correspondence acconipanied by 4c in
stamps promptly answered.
Office McCallongh's New Elock.
W. Tliirrl 8treet, near Main,
LV . CATARRH
ureani mini Ercrsrr
Allays Pain and
Heala tbe Sores.
TRY TRE CURE
pariicic is applied into each nostril and Is
agreeable. Price SO cents al Onieirtsts ; by mail
registered. Oil cent. SLY BKOfUKKd, M War
ren street New Vnrtr
BABY SeuvtRlf! FREE
W mmj isiacr tu Un Coits-vi tMu Aha, fetUM
s am pen, KiryelM, haftrUcai mm! Oirto tney.
I. On iy nor u wbutcal frk tvat
"j (i. direct rrran I. lairaaWai rav
tnn. Ml W. Masdraoa St.. Chtco. $S to
Hmd. Srodtr. rnp fer new
hi mn not oMiceol K Mf at tmam moa pay tfovttl pnc rr
wmam worm cana. wmaiMtriWMar. nr
o aptvtr)ii HuiWe. immmI lv. r Larn- tfl4 tbm
i r y
f ss s- r-
They h are got it.
It will make your borne bappy.
It will not gas or smoke.
It bas large aeb pan.
It baa beary ateel bod.
It keeps fire all night.
IT 18 tue
tbe grandest production of nnxletn times.
We invite you to call anil examine our
immense line of Riverside Stoves and Ranges.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
Bas IICTBSTBD A
which does Its work io a thorough manner.
Cw II thoroughly purifies the air and rem.ires
ail obnoxious smells, ror sale at Erutl K.H-liler's
Prick 50 Cents pkk Bottle.
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other 1mctned and well
known Fire Insurance Comanlea he followuig:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
W-s-hester Kire Ins. Company of N . V.
Hutfalo Herman Ins. Co., Hnrfalo. N. V.
Hochester Uerma i Ins Co., Rochester, N. T.
citiaens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
tsuu fire Office, lxindon.
In Ion lus. Co., of California.
Security Ina. C... New U iTen, Co-n.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. . Milwaukee, Wis
Uermau rire Ina. Co., of Peona, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Sncond Ae.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
R. R. TICKET
(Memlier American Ticket Broken' Asstn)
Heducko Rates to all Points.
OFFICE In Adams Kxpress OtDrc nndcr
SOLK AGENT FOB
Tba Pom Mfg. Co.'s Bicycles. Ladle and
Children's Bicycles a specialty.
J. M. BUFORD,
Wa aii rtn ana Ttme rrta "nnsislsa
re preset, ted.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
law aa any rati able -ossiny
now n mrn "iai
BE w J ri blVa.ataaaT.
Call er send for eifealar eoaUlntwt
Uoa. Cancer, Bnirtat s Onaase. acrofala,
Ecaema. Syphll. RhnisaaUsm .Oat
arra, Tuaiors. atossacfe Treablaa,' ete-
etc acwaaa (or any aot mint
anmhrn. aaDaia HlfBOSI ailxn
sarhara aad Mm atrnU. CMItafce. W'
I f Aaranta JaiMt
Bed Room Sets,
JfJTC'ill and eee our line.
No. 103, 105 and 107 Eaa't Second St.,
J. B. ZIMMER,
M ERGHANT TAILOR,
Has jut returned from Europe ani would be pleased m sv e d c
bis place of liusiness in
Star Block, OproriTR IIarpkr IIoue.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
for Isi'.ni 91 have feeo receive'!.
J. X. JDIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolen.-.
1706 Second Avt-tuc.
C. J. XV. SCHREINEIi,
Contractor and FJuilder-
Plans and specifications furni-'ied on all clas-es or work. Also airent of Willcr's - i i
side Midnii; tlliuds. somen. in new, stylish and desiratde.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Office and Shop Comer SeTen'ss nt' Pt.
and Seventh Arenae,
aT-Atl kind of Artistic work s .ici1tt
(Successor to Ohlweiler A tipilger)
Contractor and Builder,
Shop Third avenn, between 10th and 11th strnrtr?,
(Fresl Koch's old stand.)
aTAll kinds of Carpenter work and repairing don Patisfartion jruararter.'
Has opetied his New and Spacious
No. 1C20 to 1626 Thir.l avenue,
where ho would De please! to see his friend.
All kinds of drinks as metl aa a l .i
onl place In the city be e yon can trel it, K.wst
J". IsL. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AHTJFACTTJKBK 0T CSACSKB8 ARD BISCUITS.
Ask your Orocer for ibern. They are best.
SVBpeclaltles; The Christy "0T8TKK" and the Chrlety "Wlfll"
ROCK ISLAND. II I.
F. W. HERLITZEA.
No. 229 Twentieth Street, next to
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Made la the latest style. Also repairing done with neatness and dispatch. '
Reaexlcnc 819 Tweotyfirat St. Yard near St. Paul Depot, - U
Bock Island, LL " '.. V'J?
J-a,ti.atee fBrnlahed for any kind of Tile or Brick ta lae nurket. Laytu at Wick ' I
ani Uis walks a specialty. V, .
DAVIS & CO.
A complete t --
Pie, Brass Oo(la. P2(k:i;
Hose, Fire Brit-;. Err
Sole Apr-r. f r
DEAN STEAM PUMPS ad
SIGHT FEED LUBR1CA10P.3
Wc narantee ererr ore r-. '-.
Twenty day s tr ai. iu rr-,. - . r -- .
Safety Utatinj? B'liVr? an!
furnishing and lavini' Vr. :
171 j r-v.-TA-.t
R k I- ,ti !. I ;
Telephone 1148. pe .!,!'. . .;
COMPLETE L ALL
For CataJogues Aililreaa
J. C. DUNCAN,
. T 1 T 1 A
Plans and rtimata for all kinds of bs .i.tt
-,..ii i j ...,.
Bt el Luue etery da fruni 10 u. u
Conrad SchneiJer's grocery, R.xW l- '3'-
One h! tint;
Brick M Layer. ,
ft, fear tTMwn mn''jtTTMr4..