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THJB ABQUQ. MONDAT, M 2, 1S92.
TILE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHiCaGO, ROCK ISLAND at PACIFIC HAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thirty
firet street. Frank H. Plummer. agent.
.uVmEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
THyEW AND MV COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
H Zrtnr mt It sots aently on the stomach, liver
V.VSj la a pleasant laxative. ThU drink
t AHE'S HEDICIIIE
,.-...11 It at Sir. and it. 00 M wtM
,M,tli of II It at SOc. UHl I.OO pn
L'JSwel. each say la order to be Be.
TcrEses. Cattle, Sheep, 3Dogs, Hogs,
AfiPaffF Bonk on Treatment of Animals
oura coil 1 hart Heal Free.
t,t( FrTPro.fonireKt lon. Inflammation
VTipiaal .Meningitis, Milk Fever.
2'u'..f ruins, I.amenra. Rheumatism.
I ' 'IHsieniper, Nasal Discharges.
h'lf'.-Boii' or tirubm Worms.
jV,(jli. lieRvea, Pneumonia,
t i. ( niic or liriprn. Bellyache.
'(,. 'I isca triage. Hemorrhage.
II i, I rinary and Kidney Dineases.
1 i ..Eruptive lieae, Mange,
j ,Ili.ease of Digestion, Paralysl.
siiii' Kittle (over 50 doses), - - .60
lalile Tne. with Specifics. Manual.
-1 . , rmi.ry Cure Oil anil Meditator, 87.00
Jar Vtrriuary Cure Oil, - 1.00
c-'d H Draceists; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
jJjiasr quanlity on Beceipt ofPr.ce.
F7:-:phh3TS' medicine co.f
Cc.rr V7...ara ar.d John Sta., New York.
HOICEOPATHIC & ft
in l ju it-sr-s. Tha ontv fmccespfnl remedv for
Kenrous Debility, Vita! Weakness,
1:1 1 Tn'T''atKo. from over-work or other causes,
f . nr ml. or 5 viaU and Urge vial powder, lor $3.
M 'j bv n'.ru.-,:-Ts, or sent postpaid on receipt
(.jnce.-HUMPHHf.YS' MEDICINE CO.,
Cor. William and John Sts., N. 7.
Easily an J Speedily Regained by using
This genuine Turkish Kotneity positively cures
Nervount'83, Wakefulness, Evil Dreaina. Lasst
tsle. Pain iu the Hack. Vital Exhaustion, and
t'u iiB!-es caused by Errors of Youth or Ex-
sie. I: in convenient to carry and easy to
use. Price il.ftl per box, or 6 for S3.00. A writ
ten guarantee to cure, or money refunded, given
Ti'.nescji ".'() order. If the druggist you ftBk
iorHv.:arak's Turkish Fills has not Rot them,
d - t it-: aim fool you with his oily tongue and
fcil tl-b something else instead, but aend price
V as atil w." will forward to you by mail, in
r-ii'J unn:arked package. We also treat ns.
iiea r,v mail. Aadress TU HAZZARAK
UHDICISK CO., 200 South bangaiuon Street.
i0 THE SFFLISTEO !
" h ? Paj hi; f -.'e to ounces when f ho ho
lii'al ireatmet.t cun bo had furreasini
!r;ci'sf The I'eru Chemical Co.. pro-
ii trum t:u prescriptions of lr. YVill
"a ms.nphysioiun of world-wide repute'
"II 1 1 JJ JJ lZlj sulteniiir from Wcnilmi'
i"i-il ami Nervous Ltebilily
I. of Memory. Despondency, etc
liM. ri!iii or other riiMe-
H.?,?-1 F-PP. UF5I Bho exjienence a wealraw
....... w.k, r ii.il inailvaiieeoi thclrvoarf-KM
M. r (r. .iillx, etc.. Trill And oiir MJlhoC
. ir. : : t a. -..i, i runn and t-ueedy Ct'ltK.
N!i!!Ili PiTIIICQ Kxc'rK'nccpn)vesUiiUln
,''1'"1' 1 "J Ii-LtO, t. rn:il moiiclROM lw. wil;
a Ii -.-v fi.rm.iov years. iirescribos Senn-
I' :1 ruMi!!ii wtia ii aoldirectlv upon the
: "i.il.r-an,and rmlure viyor bettet
M- i.iai li Medicines, as they are not
I t-tiuoi dii'torinlemiptiuniiibulncas.
.. i . irrariice. i.tvethe
J HOME TREATMENT
V ": " -; " t" 1".). osexi with u
V7 :..mn' r. "WIwotw :irty year l..
itllilt CNO ,"r,h'KldneysandBladile.-cni'i-I'Trn-iir
' r",'' 'f 'M'B In one to rur ly
j .r r . ! rhll 'i-"-"le Veakr,e-s.e.o.
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TH'- P''.' .-:Mfi..1ICl. CO
STATE OV Ii4LIOla, i
' i "i':'! XTjrm' D 1S9t' 01 the County Court.
'"Ni'''-; a,11"lln,'8''-trli of the estate of
H ,. " ' ",' rl'' 'l';-caed, petitioner, vs. Frank
M n ,.l:nf'.ll,S!ne'ly.Joln Hameiiy, Jacob
K htl I -,'-1(le Ut;"'ck. KdWH-d D. Sweeney,
fl.. ;'.- " "vernnU Marion E. Sweeney.de-
t"?tv'dib! B '0T 0rder to mU rcal csUtc
J-ra-'lS'ii-' na?d de,enlints.Frank IUmerly,
;.-' lla.., ry, John Ilaaierly and Clyde Uvr-
' i.r .
b-.-i , 3ronr non-residence having
0'" tre"'rn,,n,'l! .fflCe f 1,19 lerE
; ,5' n,' iccif ereby Rlvea U you an1
SS1 ti,e "'idpe.lt'oner.Barah E.
i ,ti'ffWM'l estiteof Kliia H.m-fo'-r
v A- V. . " led her PMim in the said
i. 1, . ,VT.n;lanl"' ,oran order to sell the prem
'cccl.0f ?t. he"te of "id deceased, or
Lo: nnmiu.. 1 1 ot o as iomows, to-wit:
it L ,r. !' 1" b!oc number two (9).
('iiii ine rri,f iinub i l i t i 1
Wo. r. taraahie ., .i . . ""OIB court against
'aeT'liameri.7? Ul 'd Frnk Hamerly.
c-, roSrt nl3rb' nd Dpear before the said
I. eart . flr,t 0ld thereof.
W:ii:: ob sjl f?'w?r or demnr to the aald
'dt Rock i,iaod i!iin0jSi Aprl, y-u, 1W
Cn L vr.IBJLMARKH"K, Clerk,
i-. W ALkiB. Petitioner's Solicitor.
Thendlll' Dnry Housman, Deceased.
to' of ihJ gCed havin8 been PPointed admin
'' f the 5U.te 'enry Hon-man,
w:'i a:"jea-llwd' Rte notice that b
l! con'n- '"".tne county court of Roc;
tnurt in ih.7, " offlce of th k of Ml
a: "tea urn. n Monday m Jnl ""
M.d es-ie ll11 Per'on having alaims aga;n.
u" ' He ; '3rDor.lfnutlfi,ed and qneted to atti-oc.
Cj!- imedi,1dl0'l,;Ie9latear reqnestcd i
ls: 1 irT. ?aymen K the imdeiiigno ..
"1 III I .Kthllsvr, A .
- .wnjaru), Adminutrator.
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; Lm "fJ'Sj- ionnj On
D7Elr:,s""' Pti 'in epruoi
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Traditions and Customs of That Undated
Heirloom The Ladies' Year.
By an undated charter an heirloom
hinded down from generation to genera
te on leap year has the unique and special
privilege of beini: the "Ladies' Year." One
n tan among a t housand may be ignorant
ef this fact, but certainly not one woman
among so many. In the ordinary sort of
y aars men may propose and women dispose,
bat whenever leap year comes around,
v omen have the right of both proposing
a ad disposing. Hence, in accordance with
a a old rhyme, it should be remembered
t iat during this year
No man dares to say her nay.
Let woman ask him what she may.
For one whole twelvemonth such is the
1 cense given to the fair sex in our own and
other countries, and, although it has been
E lore honored in the breach than in the ob
servance, yet ladies may very justly pride
themselves on the possession of a privilege
T hich for many centuries has been gener
ally accepted as an article of our social
creed. A curious allusion to this custom
cccurs in an old work entitled "Courtship,
I)ve and Matrimony," printed as far back
es the year ltiOC: "Albeit it is now become
a part of the common law in regard to
eocinl relations of life, that as often as
every bissextile year doth return, the ladies
1 ave the sole privilege of making love unto
the men, during the time it coutinueth,
which they do either by words or looks, as
to them it eenieth proper. And, moreover
no man will be entitled to the benefit of
lery who doth refuse to accept the offers
of a lady, or who doth in anywise treat her
proposal with slight or contumely."
It would appear that in years gone by
ertain precautions were made for defend
ing woman's leap year privilege. Thus,
i hould n young lady propose to a gentle
man and meet with a negative answer
from him, the former, on exhibiting a
scarlet petticoat, could demand from the
latter a present equivalent in value to the
dress she had on, however expensive the
material might happen to be. Country
tradition affirms that in some mysterious
.vay the vegetable world is affected by
eap year influences, and among some of
-he numerous items of agricultural folk
lore current in England, we are told how
.ill the peas and beans grow the wrong way
in their pods that is, the seeds ure set iu
quite the coutrary way to what they are in
In Belgium the peasantry maintain that
this year is not only too frequently unpro
pitious for farming operations, but that
throughout it the young of no domestic
animal will thrive as at other times. A
similar fatality, they argue, extends to
every kind of young grass and shoots,
which it is affirmed invariably become
either stunted in their growth or blighted.
Zola on English Novelists.
M. Zola being asked lately by an English
interviewer which of the English novelists
were most appreciated in France, replied:
"Dickens and Scott, without a doubt, and
for this very obvious reason: The novel in
France has always been more or less eman
cipated, while the works of Dickens and
Scott can be put into the hands of any one,
which is more than can be said even for
the works of George Sand. Ik-sides, Dick
ens is a poet, a great poet in many ways.
He is less English than most of your
writers, and that is why we understand
"And Scott?" asked the interviewer.
"Scott!" answered M. Zola, with an im
patient wave of his hand, "litterature de
pensionnat. There is another reason for
Diekeus' success over here," he continued,
following up his train of thought. "Our
opponents hnve taken him up to use him
as an argument against our conception of
realism, and at one time our reviews were
flooded with articles on Dickens. Tolstoi
has been taken up in the same way, but
his success was never real, like that of
"Thackeray." M. Zola added, was "deep
er than Dickens, but so difficult to under
stand so English."
George Eliot, in Zola's opinion, "had no
real knowledge of humanity. She gives
me the impression of never having been
outside her library door. She seems only
to know her humanity through books."
The Idea of the Suez Canal.
The plan of cutting through the Isthmus
of Suez is said to have been mooted as early
as the Fifteenth century, when the Cape of
Good Hope had just lieen discovered by
Vasco de Gaina, and the Portuguese were
using that route to India. Plans were
drawn up, and men sent out to Egypt to
prepare for the work. Hut the plan came
to naught. Christopher Marlowe, who
was bom in the reign of King Edward VI,
in one of his works, says:
Thence marched I into Egypt and Arabia,
And here, not far from Alexandria,
Whereat the terrene and the lted sea meet.
Being distant less than full a hundred leagues,
I meant to cut a channel to them both.
That men might quickly sail to India.
The idea had evidently lieeu no strange
one to the ancient Egyptians. Although
they did not cut the isthmus entirely
through, they made certain canals, remains
of which are pointed out to this day.
Interesting Facta Relating; to Bound.
The Telocity of sound is accepted as 1,100
feet in a second, which is far inferior to
the velocity of light. Fogs will retard
sound, while water will carry it. . Those
who have ever rowed upon a lake will re
member how easily the sound of their
voices reached from boat to boat, and Dr.
Hutton says that at Chelsea, on the
Thames, he heard a person reading at a
distance of 140 feet. Some extraordinary
instances could be dediced of the enormous
distances sound is said to have traveled.
Guns have been heard eighty miles dis
tant, and the noise of a battle between the
English and Dutch in 1672 was heard even
In Wales, a distance of 200 miles from the
scene of action. j :
Great Battles of the Civil War.
The great battles of the civil war were
Gettysburg, Spottsylvania, Wilderness,
Antietam, Chancellorsville, Chickamauga,
Cold Harbor, I'redericksburg, Manassas,
Sbiloh, Stone River and Petersburg. Get
tysburg was the greatest battle of the war;
Antietam the bloodiest. The largest army
was assembled by the Confederates at the
seven days' light; by the Unionists at the
The name "Mincing" lane, given to one
of the London streets, is a corruption of
Mynchen lane, so called from the tene
ments held by the mynchens or Nuns of
St. Helen's, in Bishopsgate street. Mini
can is the Saxon for a nun; mincheny, a
ifts Lettle Huntley,
Is the sister of Mr. W. S. "Huntley, of
Cortland, N. Y., a well known car
penter and builder. Her frank state
ment below gives only the absolute
truth concerning her illness and mar
velous recovery by the aid of Hood's
Sarsaparilla. She says :
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Dear 8ir: Twelve years ago I began to
have hemorrhages and four years ago became
o low that the physicians told me
There Was No Hope
and I should soon die. I could not be moved
from my bed. Under my face were napkins
continually reddened with Mood from my
month. I could rat nothing and had no
action of the bowels for a week. The doctors
said the cause was ulcers iu the stomach. At
this time my mother said she wanted to make
one more trial, and asked if 1 would take
Hood's Sarsaparilla. I told her it would be
A Waste of Money
but finding it would comfort her, 1 began tak
ing it. In a few days the bloating began to
subside, I seemed to feel a little stronger, but
thought It only fancy. I was so weak I could
only take ten drops of Sarsnparilla at first.
In two weeks I was able to sit up a few min
utes every day. Iu a mouth I could walk
arrow the room. One day I asked what
they were to have for dinner, and said I
wanted something hearty. My mother was
so happy alio cried. It was the
First Time I had Felt Hun
gry for Two Years
I kept on with Hood's Sarsaparilla and in six
months was as well as ever iu my life. It is
now four years since I recovered, and 1 have
not had a day's sickness since, nor any hemor
rhage. If ever a human being thanked the
good Lord on bended knees it was I. I know
that Hood's Sarsaparilla. and that alone,
unquestionably Saved my Life."
Messrs. Sawyer A Jennings, the well known
druggists of Cortland, say that Miss Huntley "is
a highly respected lady; her statement of what
Has done for her is worthy the highest confi
dence." Uood'a I'llls cure Liver Ills.
Of New York, the well known an 1 successful
G.... ... i- .. : - j: . 1 1 .
ncbiau.i in - umiiiv u'i'cdpcp nm uiseasee oi
the r ye and Ear, by request af many
friends aad patients, has decided to
Rock Island, Wednesday, May 11th,
Conu'ta Ion and exiruinuion free and eonfi-
J . . 1 .. . 1. 1 .. . . ... .. . ..r.i.i. .M
ucuimi ai u'd iiiriura i mi ti(inrr.n llUUStt
from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. One dsy only.
DR. D. 0. FJ.UTH.
Latt Surgtnn tn tht Provident Medical DU
ptruary of Kw Tork. noic Pr'titltnt ofth
Fruth Utdical Inttl'ut (cAar(erd.)
Ably assisted by a full corps of competent ex-
Eert specialists whose experience In the largest
ospltals lu the world enables them to treat all
C'Uroiilc, Keryous, Skin anal ISIood
diseases upon the la'est scientific principles.
They particularly Invite all whose cases have
been neglected, tmdlv treated or pronounced
Incurable to test their expert treatment that
has never tailed in tlmmamts of cases that bad
been pronounced bevund hone. Patients who
are doing well under cure of their own physi
cians need lint call on us as our province Is to
treat those who cannot fiud relief otherwise.
niaeasea of Women. LeuchorrtiCBS,
Uterine Displacements. Contipation. Ster
ility. Female Weakness and all diseases pecu
liar to females positively cured by PultaUUa
nr. Frn th has attained the most wonder
ful success in the treatment of cases to which
be devotes special attention and after years of
experience, has perfected the most tnfallable
method of curing Organic Weakness. Nervous
Debility, Premature Decline of the Manly
Power, Involuntary Vital Losses, Impaired
Memory, Mental Anxiety. Absence of WU
Power. Melancholy. Weak Back and Kindred
Affections If consulted before Idiocy. Insanity,
Falling Fits or Total Impotency results from
Youtaful Errors, the awful effects ef
which blights the most radient hopes, unfitting
patient for business, study, society or marriage,
annually sweeping to an untimely grave thous
ands of young meu ot exalted talent and brill
Ptlea Cans without pain, knife oreaa-
a?pllepsr positively cured by our new and
ever-falling hospital treatment.
Proo Kianinati of tne Urine.
chemical and mlcnwcopicai, la all eases el
Kidney Diaeanea Urv.-nt'a Disease. Dieeete
and Spermatorrbse ririut specimen.
Wsassrlul fnrn perfected le old ease,
which have been neglected or anskillfullj
treated. No expenioetita or failure. We un
dertake bo Incurable eases, but cure Urausaaute
given up to die.
Remember the date and oma early as kit
looms are always crowded.
3rCaaa and correspondence confidential,
and treatment sent b; express tb full dlrae
nous lor use. nut r-e-sonai eonsuuaiioo pro
tarred. IH. l. . l llt'TH,
S I aas Ave., Ca.lea.ga.
Esttte of John 6. Mueller, Deceased. -Tne
undersigned bavins; beenapjointei admin
istratrix ot the estate of John Q Mueller, late of
tbe coun y of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gi -es notice that the will appear be
fore the connty conrt or Rok Islanl county, at
the office of the clerk of raid court. In the city of
Rock Islan l, at tbe June term, on the first
Monday In June next, at which lime
all persons having cliins sgainft said estate are
no' ifled and requested o attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said esta'e are reaneg.
ted to make immediate payment to the under
Dated his 12th day of April, A. n. 1892.
Council Bluffs & Mianeso-1
ta Day Express (
Kansas City Day Express...
Washington Express .'
Council oluffa Mmneso- I
ta -ess f
Omaha and Denver Verti-1
buie hxpress (
anaas City Limited
Stuart and i aralle Express
tKast. j ;Wx9T,
1:08 amj 4:5am
7:15 im 7:50 pm
hiii a.m a in
4:18 am10;47 pm
5 :4S pm 9 : S am
ll:4i amj 8:83 pm
'Dally. tOoing east. tQoing west.
BCHLINOTON ROUTR-C, B. Q. RAIL-
T way Depot First avenue aad Sixteenth at.,
M. J. Yonng, asent.
ot. Loaia Express
BU Loots Express
Si, Paul Express
Beards town Passenger. ..
Way Freight (Monmouth).
ft: Paul Express
6 45 pic
B SO am
11 :80 am!
I .v 9 mux
8 45 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL SAIL
way Racine at southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, B. D. W. Holmes, agent.
Mail and Exprese
St. Paul Express
't A Accommodation..,
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenue and Twentieth alreet. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
Fast Mail Express
8:1 5 am
1 25 pm
MOST DIRECT BOUTS TO TOT
East, South and Southeast.
Fast M'l. Express
Lv. Rock Island 8 :10 am 2 :20 pm
Ar. Orion 8:51am 8:04 pm
Cambridge 9:15am 3:27pm
Gslva 9:44am 8:57pm
Wyoming 10:20am 4:85pm
PriEctvilie 10 :39 am 4 :67 pm
Peoria l:12o m 5:55 pm
BlcomlngtoB I 1:15 pm 9:15 pm
Springfield 3:45 pm 4:30pm
Jacksonville ! 4-00 pml12'05 n't
Decatur 9:50 pmil():0u pm
Danville 8:5(1 pm 12:10 n't
Indianapolis 6:35 pm 8:15 am
Terre llauto 7:10 pm 10:00 am
Evansville 1:20am 7:35am
BL louts 8:00pm 7:00am
Clndnna'i 10:00pm 7:00 am
Lv. Peoria 10:15 ami 4:10 pm
Ar. Rock Island 1 :30 pm 7:30 pm
& ccommodatior. trains leave Rock Is'and at
6:00a. m. and 6 45 p. m ; arrive at Peoria 8:45 p.
m. and 9:30 a. m. leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 2:05
All trains mn dsily extent Sunday.
All passe ger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cralr ear on Fast Express between Rock
Is'ond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points; baggage checked
inrongn to destination.
Lv. Rock Inland.
... fl.lo am
...10 20 am
... Ill.OO am
4.00 pm j 6 2) am
5.05 Dir. I 7 30 am
s.u pn e ua am
" Rock Island..
1! . B. SUDLOW,
Aceom. IAccom IAccom
6.2 1 am ri.ru pn 8 45 pm
7 01 a,ti 1.45 pn: 4 95 pn
7.55 am' a.00 pn: I 5.30 p ,T
G-i.'l Tkt. Age:
UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY Vi'ltL DOTst!!
MUCH VLUELE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS HAP OF THE
icap, Eoci Islanil & Pacific By.
The Direct Route to and from Chicago. Jollet. Ottawa
Peoria. La Salle, Mollne, Rack Island. In ILLINOIS:
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottuuwa, Oskaloosa, Del
Moines, Vlnterset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
mulls, in IOW A ; Minneapolis and St. Paul. In MIX-
KESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA;
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI ;
umana, uncoin, FairDury aaU Kelson, In NEIIRASKA ;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Borton, Topeka, Butchlnson,
WichiU, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge Cltr. Caldwell. In
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno aud Mlnco, in INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
In COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich fanning
and grazing lands, affording the best fkcUlUes of Inter
communication to all towns and dues east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VTSTZBUZJC EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading aU competitors In splendor of eaulnnMnt,
between CHICAGO and DE8 MOINES. COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
swAABAo lu x ana tufeka and via ST. J08EPH.
Flrst-Oass Day Coaches. FREE RECLINING CHAIR
cabs, ana raaos Sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
Close connections at Dearer and Colorado 8 minis with
diverging railway lines, now forming the new and
TRANSROCKT MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Over which suueiblT-eonlnped faalna nm
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and tram Belt
Lake Cltv. Oedoa and Ban FwnrinL tttw nnrr
ISLAND Is also the Direct ana Favorne Line to aad
from Manltou, Pike's Peak aad all other sanitary end
scenic resorts and cttiea and mining districts ta Colorado.
DAILY FAST XXPRXSS TRAINS
From Bt 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, MINNEAPOLIS and BT. PAUL,
cennectlong for all points north and northwest between
tin lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office In the United States
or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Gr- Manager. Genl Tkt. A Pass. Agt,
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SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
AU Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction (guaranteed.
Office and Soon 121 Twelfth Street, ROCK ISLAND.
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue, Corner of sixteenth Stree ' - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer end Cigars always on Hand
Free Lunch Every Day
Sandwiches Furnished en Short Notice
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
5 AND lO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classwire and Wooden
MBS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave.
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street
JAMES T. O'CONNOR, Proprietors. WM. H. CATTON.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes aspecialty. Bepairingdone neatly and promptly.
A share of yonrpatronagaretpectfully solicited.
118 Second Avenne. Rock Talanrl. Til
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenti SL . . T3 . , i T i i
and Seventh Ayenue, JA.OCK ISiajlu.
Mr-AH kmds of carpenter work a specialty. Plans and estimate for all kinds of bnlUUngj
furnished on application.
Srerr at AN who would know the GRAND TRUTHS, the Plain 9mtm- fM
Old feci eta and the New Discoveries of Medical Boenea aa applied to
Married Life, shonld write for our sslunil lltuo Vmbl. eaned
-A TRKATIME FOR MEN ONLY." To any earnest man we will mall one
eopy JEaalroIw Free, In plain sealed cover. A reroce from the qoacka.
THE ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO, aj. y.
THE POSITIVE CURE.
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Qavenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN AT.T. DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN. Davenport. Ia
H CHAS, DANNACHER,
Proprietor of the Brady Street
!Ajl kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Houses Flower 6 tore
Oue block north of Central Park, the largest in I. 80t Brady Street, DavtaporLIowa.'