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Published Daily and Weekly at 1621 Second
Avence, Rock bland. 111.
J. W. Potter, - - ' Publisher.
Trow Daily, 60c pxr tuonth; Weekly, fc-'.OO
Al communications of a critical or arguments-
tire character. toluic.l or religions. nni have
real name attached fur publication. No rack
sxucies win oe pnnie-i over ncutions signatures,
Aaonymous communications not noticed.
Correspondence eolici.ed from every township
noes island coani.
Wkdnesdat. March 16, 1882.
Second Ward HENRY KIVXER
Third Ward K. C. I LOY1)
Fourth Ward VALENTINE DAl'BER
Fifta vtard JOHN" MAYER
tlx Ik Ward JOHN F DI NI! G KR, two year
FRANK WE'litMi, one year
:evenin ward JUKI'n 11 h KKH.twnyears
J. V. LAWBEAO. one year
CALL FOR ItKUfll'RATIC HTATE
lOWKSTlOX Or lLLIXOl.
Headquarters Democratic Statu Central Com
mittee of Illinois Sherman lluase, Chicigo,
February is, !.. A Convention of Hie Dem
ocracy of the Stale of Illinois. Is hereby called to
meet In ihe Hall of the Uuue of Kepreeentiitivts.
in Sprtnirfield. Illinoia, on Wednesday April 27lh,
1x92. at 2 o'elook r. , fortba purpose of notni
aatiog candidate to be voted for on Tuosdav,
ovcmber Sth, 1S94. fortbe ofllcca of Governor;
Ueatenaot Governor; Secretary of Sta'e; Auditor
of Pnblic Account; T reapurer; Attorney tiener
al ; Three Trustee of the I'niversity of Illinoia;
T o Congressmen at Larue ; also for the purpo e
f selecting one Presidential Elector from each
Congressional District, and four Presidential
Elector from tbe state at la-ge. Two delegates
from each Congressional Disuict and eight dele
arates from the state at la-ge to tbe Democratic
National Convention, to be held in Chicago, June
SI, Ibtrt. One State Committeeman from can
Congressional Dictrict, acd sevtn atate Com
mitteemen from the state at large, and such other
fcusioess a may tmperly rotue before the con
vention. 1 he basis of representation for each
county shall be: One delegate for each fonr
hundred votes rast forCHvelaud and Tburmau at
tbe last ,Pteidei tial Election, and one defecate
for each fractional part thereof, of two hundred
votes or irore. Voder this call the representation
of Uock Island county will be, on 3,t14 votes, 8
By order cf the Democratic State Central Com
mittee of Illinois. Date P. PHtLrs.Cbairman.
Theo. Nelson. Secretary.
The follcwire resolntion was adopted by the
Detarcnaic State Cential Committee. February
ale it resolved. That It is this sense of this Com
mittee, that Ihe Aurtmhsn Ballot law applies to
ibe election of officers at the anneal town n eet
tag to all elections exct ss specially excetted
in said law, and this committee recommend trut
ail elections to be held for town officers this
spring, re held uidertheprovisioksanJ according
to the letter of said law.
OF.JIOt KATlt lKIHAKlt: Al
The di mocrutic vo'ers of Rock slued art- re
qtittrd to as tnh'f nt tlie ti?na! vorni: t'iari:- it1,
their respective ward a.7:S(J p. m , on
SATURDAY, M ARCH 12. IStii,
to coni:r:;te 'cartiid:itt in i tch w:ml, fr imlcr
Tiier, aj foil : tme each n ull the viTil for
two yebrr and enr eai h in the S;x'li anl en:h
forcre yer. grid to cli.."ec dfleia'es to tl.r ::y-towri-hip
rotV'.-ntion. Tt:e a are t r.tit!-i! 10
del a:i a- foilou. treir ratio oj n:r-;-ci. ration
Im-ii one lor rvrr u t:c, rind fri-c n:u. 1 10
votes or o' i r cart fc r 1 ron'r;.t in lv--:
Yoi.-. li j i.rt'.
First W.i-.l l:.: -i
Serotid Wcrd i:-; l!
Third Wa-d -4 J 1-'
Fourth tt aril r- iri
Fifth War.l 1-.'
sixth Ward 1 7
Seventh Ward i'-".
n t at Turner
The rlelealeg -o e'tt o v.
WKDNEr-DAY EVENING, MARCH tfi,
at 7 ..o'clock, fur the j.urtOM' of nominating cun-idatt-s
for ut:e sn.eriSor li r two yean, two
assistuEtsui':ii''ors for two year-, town rojlertor
and fis-iesm r;a'ro to uou.ti hmruiar. of me city
I1E.NRY I.. fl'HEE AN,
Chairrnar. Ci!-1 own-tip t'l-inmiltiu .
AtOI ( K"M r.
I hertby announre myself a a rarditiate fur
townsh-p collector, subject to tbe deciskn of the
democra lccity-townsbipcot-veminn. and reject
fully solicit the support of a 1 my friends.
Boss Wells his already entered upon
Lis duties as contribution editor of the
Union on the forthcoming campaign, and
he contributes to its columns an attempt
ed analysis of Congressman McMillen's
opening speech for tariff reform before
the bouse committte. To witness the
boss' atterr.pt to ccye with Congressman
MclLllen in the discussion of national
politics presents about as ridiculous a pic
ture as well could be imagined. One
would Lave thought the boss' dismal fail
Tire of two years ago in conducting cam -paigns
would have been a sufficient les
ion to him, but it wasn't, ar pirenlly.
Jl t. ratter I'm mer' Caod Work.
lira. Potttr Palmer appeared before
the bouse cummittee on toe Columbian
exposition yesitrday to urge favorable
action on tbe bill appropriating $ 85 000
to uses of tbe board of lady managers,
and congress sbomd nut hesitate in com
ply ng with her request, or in distinctly
authorizing tbe board to make such ex
pen lit ures as the managers rcsy deetn
necessary, independently cf the national
con mission, and subject only to the ap
proval of the secretary of the treasury .
Mrs. Palmer's services in promoting
tbe interest of the fair have been
chat acterized from the outset with such
energy, tact and discretion as to fully
demonstrate that sheis the right woman
in it e right place, and it may be taken
for 'ranted that she asks nothing of con
Crest which is not in itself r'CQt and
reastnatle; seeks no privileges with
whici the board of which she is the effi
cient bead may not be safely trusted.
It is not too much to say that Mrs.
Prsiint Palmer and her associates
ttroughout the country have already
done and are now doing more than any
other single agency of the txpositiion to
awaken popular enthusiasm in its behalf
and ca 1 attention to the importance of
its s access; all this aside from ihe im
mense amount of work they have accom
plished in their own special department.
The members cf the board bave shown
that tley do not look upon their recogni
tion ai factors in the management of tbe
fair ic tbe light of a merely formal com
plitnet t, but as an assignment to certain
dunes and responsibilities for which they
have s:gnally proved their fitness and giv
en ass jratice at the :ame time of wom
an's opacity to be useful as well as or
namental in the l.uhest and best of
causes The wisdom of the creation of
this board is no iorger questioned, and
tbey at'serve from tbe government the
most liberal and considerate treatment.
The reader may remember the story of
that n Hicommittal editor who, during a
presideatial canvas, desiring to propitiate
all his rabscriborsof both parties, hoisted
the ticket of "Gr and n" at the top
of his columns, thus giving those who
took th.; paper their choice of filling the
gaps so us to make "Grunt and Wilson" or
"Greeley and Brown." A story of similar
rharacti-r is told of nn nrmy offieer'a mess
in Fratioe. The period is that one of
chanjre and uncertainty following the
downfall of the empire, before the present
republic was completely established.
A brother soldier from a neighboring
detachment having come in, a bottle of
wine wai uncorked in his honor.
"Gent! emeu," said the gue.-t, raising his
glass, "1 imr about to propose a toast at
once pat riot ic ami political." A chorus cf
hasty ej icul.itions anil murmurs at once
greeted liini. "Yes. gentlemen," coolly
jiriH-eeile l the orator, "1 drink to a thing
which mi object tli.it llahl 1 will out
with it it oiii-e. It begins with an 51 and
( ii l witl. an e."
"t'apif.ii:" whispered a young lieutenant
whose ct :nm;viu;i tame from the provi
sional go i riitnciit .".t Uordeatix. "He pro
poses the ilcpubiiqtie, without offending
the old fi gies by saying the word."
Nonsense! lie means the Uadicale." re
plied ano her. an old captain from CasseL
"Upon my word." said a third, a.s he
lifted hi.- glass, "our friend must mean la
"I see!" cried a veteran from Frosch
weiler; "we drink to la Revanche."
In fact, tbe whole party drank the toast
heartily, ach interpreting it to his liking.
Youth's C ompanion.
It had to come of course says an ex
change. The political value of a bluff at
Great Britain would have beec trivial
without it, and so the woiU was in
formed yesterday by all the Washington
correspondents that "the vigorous com
munication to Lord Salisbury was writ
ten by President Harrison's own hand."
Blaine, it will be noticed, is not in it
After dispatching Private Secretary Llal
f ord to newspaper row with the import
ant information concerning the author
ship of the vigorous communication
the president went into consultation
with John W. Foster, who ap
pears to be the diplomatic man of-all
wort; of this administration, Secretary
Tracy and Commodore Ramsay, with a
view to estimating tbe naval force that
could be Bent into Behring sea to capture
Canadian sealcrs.whom we call poachers
but Great Britain regards as engaged in
legitimate industry. By some oversight
Banker D. 0. Mills, the New York mil
lionairc, who is the party chiefly in inter
est, was not invited to this conference.
It is a pity that an international cons
troversy should be complicated and made
more difficult of settlement by bluster
and buncombe for political effect. There
is no predicting the consequences which
may follow a small-bore president's writ
ing campaign documents with his own
hands" and calling, them diplomatic
"Oh! love, what is it in this world of
ours that makes people suffer so with
neuralgia f "Can't tell, my pet, unless
the average citizen hasn't got sense
enough to buy a bottle of Salyation Oil
the greatest care on earth for pain .
eoini of I.arly Iay.
The ear y Iliblk al references to nieces of
silver do i ot in the orignal convey the idea
or corns, hut of weights, fehekels. The
Mosaic "oblation to God" was a half
shekel, an 1 the shekel is explained by Jo
seplius as -qua to foti r Athenian drachmas,
of a value of about 5o:i cents in Ameri
can monej. The first Jewish coinage un
der authority was, it is believed, struck by
Simon the M.iccaliee, about the year 140
U. C. It consisted of shekels and half
shekels, '.'his coinage had its value signi
fied upon it, "Shekel Israel," in Samari
tan characters. The trade of money lend
ing at usury soon became a curse among
the Jews. It was forbidden to be practiced
on thy brothers, who are poor," while it
was more e r less permitted against a stran
ger. Urooilyn Kagle.
A Lulls Gin's Sxptftsrct in a L gllthns.se.
Mr. and Mrs. Uiren Trescott are keep
ers of the gov. lighthouse at Sand Beach.
Mich., and are bieased with a daughter,
four years old. La--t April she was taken
down with measles, followed with a
dreadful cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treated
her. but in vnin, she grew worse rapidiy,
until she was a mere, "handful f bones."
Then she tried Dr. King's New Discovery
and after tbe use of two and a half bot
tles, was completely cured. They say
Di. King's New Discovery is worth its
weicbl in gold, yet ou may get a tri.l
bottle free at tiar'z & Bahnsen's drag
STRENGTH A D HEALTH.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" has left jon weak and weary, use
Electric Bi'.ters. This remedy acts di
rectly on liver, 8tfimi'h and kidneys.gen
tly aiding those oreir.s to perform their
functions. If yoa are tfllicted with sick
headache, jou ili rind speedy acd per
manent relief by taking Electric Bitters.
One trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only 50c, at Hartz & Bahnscn's drug
BCCEXEN'8 ABKICA SALT!.
The beat salve in the world for cats,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 85 cents per
box. For sale bv Hartz & Bahnsen.
has won, on merit alone, a widespread
and enduring reputation. It is a com
bination of vegetable agents, the remit
of the e xperionce of one who made tbe
diseases of women a lifeslocg study.
Taken according to directions the organs
awake to new life and energy, leaving
tbe woman free from pain at these per
iods. Soldby Dartz & Bahnsen.
What is more attractive than a pretty
ace with afresh, bright complexion? Fo
t.use Poz zoni's Powder.
U5FD P,r HEX WOMEN xkd children
A SHINE LASTS A WEEK.
A Handsome Polish.
ZOC. A BOTTLE.
1 cent a fool
Jl will pay for changing Hie :. -jjoai-iince
of old Furnituie to
completelythatitwill look like new.
IS THE W Xl NAN";
CFTME PAINT THAT DOES IT.
What are frame's Headache Capsules?
To be brief will tell you they are unlike
anything ire pared in America. A few
years since an acquaintance who for years
had been a headache sufferer, until his
system haii been ruined, was advised to
go to tbe Carlsbad Springs, Germany, to
try the effects of the water. While the
aters were apparently a benefit, still
they were not a cure. While at the springs
he heard a great deal about the court
physician, Dr. Krause, who aftewards
became fan ous the world over owing to
tbe Mackenzie controversy during and
after the la-st illness of emperor William.
lie consulted Krause in regard to his
bcacsche, and to quote the doctors words:
"Here is a prescription which if taken
as I direct, will prevent or stop any kind
of headache, no matter what the cause
You will 3nd the frequency of the at
tacks will diminish and by taking tbe
capsules when you feel tbe approach of a
headache yen will never have another,"
Tbe patieit was practically cured and
with his iermisfion I prepare, and sell
what I bate seen fit to call Krause's
Headache Cipsules to headache victims.
For sale by -ill druggists. Uirlz & Bahn
sen, wholesale drucet.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a tew principle regulating the
liver, stomat b ana bowels through the
nerves. A new ciecovery. L'r. Miies
Pills speedilv cure billiousneps, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children
Smallest, m ldest. surest!' 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Bartz & Bahn
sen's. It is rumojed that tbe sale of Dr,
Bull's Cough Syrup has taken such dimen
sions that the proprietors are unable to
supply all or iers. We advise our drug'
gists to prepi re themselves for all emer
gencies as ibe people rely on tbcm for
this valuable remedy.
"Isn't sue beautiful!" occasionally one
bears this expression, as a lady with
strikingly loy ;ly complexion passes along
tbe street. Certainly I she uses tbe fa
mous Blush of Roses, manufactured by
Hiss Flora A. Jones, South Bend. Ind.
Supplied by T. H. Thomas. Price 75
cent per bott e.
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NLW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
Mr dor tor sara it arts trrmlv on the stomach. IIvm
and kldnrrft. and Ha pleasant laxative. This drink
In made from hertw, and U prepared fur use as easily
a tea. It I called
All drujtirlsta sell It at Mv. aril $1 nu per package.
Puy one u lay. Lane's Famllv Mrdlrinr niotr
thr hour Is rach day. In urUcr to be taealttav, tills
TO THE AFFLICTED !
Why pa? bin fw to qu:ick whon the be
Biftlicul ireatnt t ran le had fur reason
able trirenof The Vrn Cheriika Co.. rre
pared from the fr!W'rtfuMjB of lr. Wiji
luoiH.a ibyM:tani w jrlu-wiutr';ut
Yfllllir HTM suifcrni(r trvw Srtiiiia'
1 UUltO WlCil and Nervt-tis lK.-b.iity
Ixse tif Mrrucry, IK'siKinlt'ni-y etc..
frttii) early infliretifmHor oihr must'!'; ala
ney and IllaUder truuble., etc., will tlml our I-U.cc
n Treatment aruio, v'natn ann ?miot i kc.
SEMINAL PASTILLES. SSSSS
nt cure the" fiTentlnirnts. lr. illnius
who has;. v .iecinJ aLtrntitm to the
clispiixjs tr niriuv years. rrifTt:M; nn
nnt Pi wii U' which act c!;r(-tiv umii thf
diseitMHl orffnns,iind rf?tr Tttitir tKtf
thuo stomnch M:dicin. as tl' an1 run
e'iBnized 1 yt'inaatrir jukcvaud fx-qu.r- .t
ehrnc ai dtcior ifitt?miptiiiiinhiisiiter
ci-ii:nr fnm $.;.uo tw &l.r..im. ufvd witt nr.
i nilili7 hiiroi' furiTi'r ltirtir vn:,r ii. I r
Williams' pnv.no iirai-tire. Civc :hi'm a tri.it.
5CFP!rli tin P.I '"rthuKWnerBBPdBlaclJi-recrot
ut Lull 1st RU,0f rnrit ciiscm In onp ti t'ur days
U 1 till At tj I ill rnlb tcmalc iveiknew, eta.
f ull nr wr'tc fiirtatnlnencouUlalortaatiijabefc
THE PERU CHC.AICAL CO.,
189 WlsroiiSiN SrkErr. MILWAUKEE, Wl
Vidor of Youth
Easily and BpeecUly Regained by using
This genuine Turkich lletuedy jiositively cures
Nervousness, Wakef olnoaii. Evil Dreams, L&bbU
trjcif, Fain in tbe Back, Vital txhauBtion, and
all diseases cauat-d by Krrors of Youth or x
oesaea. It is convenient to carry and easy to
ubs. Price Sl.OCi per box, or C lor 35.00. A writ
ten guarantee to cure, or money refunded, given
with each C i.00 order. K the druggist you ask
for Hazzarmk'a Turkish Pills has not got them,
don't let him fool you with his oily tongue and
sell you something else instead, but send price
to ua and we will forward to you by mail, in
plain, unmarked package. We also treat pa
tients by mail. Address THE HAZZABAK
MEDICIKB CO, 2U0 Booth Sangamon Street,
Gentlemen: We place
on sale a line of Calf and
Kangaroo Shoes in Con-
gress and Bals equal to
anyS.00 shoe ever sold
in this marketat the low
price of S4.00.
Tlu.- . -u
titters, new aonjs,
Mieb,. genuine hand
and guaranteed to
satisfaction. We will
closed; so don't dehv
be fitted before sizes
4.00 iThe Bostonira
1623 Second Ave.,
THJi 1KAVIXEKS' tflll'i-
CaiCaQO. ROCK ISLAND PAl IFIC KAIL
way Ik-pot corner Firtb avenue and Thirty
flrst atreeU Frank li. Plummer. agent.
Council blullt MianefO-1 I
ta Dav Krprcsc 1
Kanras City Day Kxpress. ..
Wahinelon kxpress ,
Ccuuci."i lufis Mincso- t .
ta i- :eis
Conccil iMuS Pcnver ( ;
Liniitt ii I i't:nuie u.. ) :
Kanw city Licaited 10:W ,iir.
Atlantic Part kt 1 g5 atr
TiioinFwrpt- ;((ffln! enr-x. liily
MMCQCMSITOr-TH THE StOoWHI CFTHtS CaUKTRTV.llL C?TH
MM VLLBt. l!!F0?.MT':N fr.llt A STUDY Of TH'.S WAT CF THE
VKLlNtiTtiS fK-riE-C. B. . RAIL'
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8 JiiTa .V'a. xwrer's S oac -i0n
8-.. ;xt.r!. ' pm '7:1 pm
Su Prai Kxt M-sa .S Tiipr. HWta
ttcardMowi. Par-cctr S:;ir. .U:ara
Way FrcitU (Vor.moatM . . i an-. l:Nl-m
n-.TiiBK Faeccer :15 am -42pm
Savatr.a 5 15 am 3 45 pm
rnHICAiiO. Wll.WAl'KKS & ST. PAt'L KAIL-
way Kacmi A suUiwc-:ern Division De
pot Twentieth itreft. bt'ften First anu Second
avenue. E. D. W. liiOtret. agect.
TWAINs. I Lkavi Areivi.
ano tipres- 6:4Sut :0iipni
St. Pad Sxpr . S:15i m 11:25 an;
rt.4 Accon.moda:ii.n IK) , n 10:lfiar
t AC" r mciat'os ' :fB i; :i; , r,-
CX K ItAXD PEOR'A RAILWAY DB
pot Firs-i avenue ai d Twentieth a:rett. F.
H. Rockwt-il. Agcr.t.
TKA1"S. i I.r.avi ABtrva.
FaaT Mail Lxpre!r.T...-." i SAQ m 7 :30 pm
Kit.re!i 2 :0 pra 1 :30 pm
tiab'.e Accommodation i 9:10am 3:00 pm
i 4 -iiO pm 6 :0f am
MOST DIBSCT BOUTK TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
1.1 '". 1 -V
7'- I r "O -Vi1'''.
Lv. Rock Island.
8:04 i- m
4 :5T pm
d :: pm
et. JLonls ..
l:inpm) 9:15 pm
... 3:45 tm, 4:3vpm
. . . i a -w pm ; iz n
.. j S:50pm,10:0iipm
...! 3:5(1 pm IS:10 n't
... ' 6:S5 pm! 3:15 am
.. t 7:10 pm. 10:00 am
.... 1:20 am 7:85 am
.. I 8:u0pmi 7:00am
... 10:00 pm 7:00 am
Ar. Rock Island....
110:15 am; 4:10 pm
I 1:80 pml 7:80 pm
ccomniodatior. trail. ( leave ho'k It and at
6:00a. m. and C 45 p. m; arrive at Peoria 3:45 p.
m. andx:30a m. 1 eave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
7:15 p.m; arrive Rock Inland 4:00 p. m. and 3:05
Ail trains rrn dsilv exreiit Snndav.
All pase ger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Chair caron Fast Express between Bock
Is'ond and I'eoria, both directions.
Thiougb ticket, to all points; baggage CDecked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Island.
. .lo am
7Wr 1.45 fD
i 7.55 id1 f.Wrn
4.00 pn 6 8 am
5.08 nn 1 7 80 am
5.40po I 8 05 am
ll. B. BUD LOW,
tu nerintendeut .
fficam, Back Istel & Facile Rj
The Itircct Tt'-u'e to and from Cliioaen, J.'.i.n. Ottawa,
Pc-.'-la. La S..!, M.-lit?. Jslsna, in ILLINOIS;
Iaver.p-.rt. Mi:.-a:.n-- et:u:.iTr3, i kul -a, Des
Molaw, V."i::prot. Aaltil-cn, Har'.an an-i Council
Bi--ff3. in liVA; Mint;;.j.'i:s &:.i ?:. tVul, in MIX
J.ESTA; Wattrt&an and S...ux Falls, la -DAKOTA;
Camercn. -St. Joseph ar.4 Kan'as City, in M:5S )VI:I;
Omi ha, Linroln, Fairburj- an-1 J"lsnu. iu N EHEAaKA :
Atchi-n, Leavenifonh. H-ncr., T p"ta. Hut Lino3.
lVicliita. EillcviU", Aollene, lw.ft City. Caldwell. In
KANSAS; KinpSihcr. El HenoaLi XJincn. la 1XL1AX
lERRITOr.Y: Denver, Colorado Spr:Ljr sr.a Fu.l-lo,
In COLCRADO. TraverHa nt areas of rkh fatn.icg
and grarir.p lands, affoniing the bt-st fuL'ililies of ia'.er
cociiuanication to all town? aDd citief fast and west,
northwest aaj n utiiwest of Chita.) ai:d to Tiicf c and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAC'S
Leading all competitors In splenlnr of eirulpnier.t,
between CHICAGO and DE3 MOIXES, COUXCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOFEKA and via ST. JOSF.rH.
First-Claas Day toacbes, FREE RECLINING CUAia
CARS, anJ Palace Sleeper, with Dining Car Service.
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Si ring, with
diverging railway lines, now forming the new and
TRAKS-ROCKTT MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over wh'ch superbly-equipped trains run daily
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City. Ogiea ana San F"aciseo. THE ROCK
ISLAND is also the Direct and Favorite Line to and
from Manitou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic resort, and cities and mining districts in Colorado.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From SL Joseph and Kansas City to and from all Im
portant towns, cities and sections in Southern Nebraska
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town, Sioux Falls, S1INNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
cannectionf for all points north and northwest between
the lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Mars, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office In the United States
or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Oea1 Manager. Genl TkL A Pass. Agt,
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w-.thout the knowledae of the patient, lt im abscutely
harmless, and wiU eftuot a permanent and speedy
euro, wbeiher tbe patient is a moderate drinker or
an alor.holi wreea. It has been given in thousand
ol eajes. in every inatance a perfect cure ha. tot
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For sale hy Marshall ft Fisher sod T. B. Thorn
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Office Comer Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
BucceedstheMolinePiVr.p'Fatik. Organized 1868
I PB CElt. IITEHEST PliD 01 DEPOSITS
Organized under State Laws.
Open from t a. m. to 8 p. m., acd Wednesday and
Saturday nights from 7 te8.
Portkk BKiirsriK, - President
H. A. ArxswoBTH, - - Vice-President
C. F. fisaxawar. - - Cashier
Porter Skinner, 8. W. Wheelock,
C. A. Boee, H . A. AJnsarorta,
Andrew Friberg, C . F . llemeaway
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