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Tin: AUG US. WEDXKSDAV. A'OVK.MHKlt HQ, 18&2. h t ' j: : 'I : M j ' i :j : I' jifrl
THE TRAYELEKS' CIDF I I . ' i , " . . i ' '
CBK aQO. BOCH. IBLASD A PACIFIC KAlO"
war Depot eornei Fifth avenne and Thirty
tr(t Btreot. Frank H. Plnmmer, agent.
ooncl 1 Bluffs Mlnnesi- I
Day Express. . (
Kansas City Day Express...
Cooncii Blnffa Mmnesc- (
u w'"" !;. '
Omaha and Denver Vestt-1
ansa . Limited
11 :05 am
7:40 amj T:S5 pm
.44 am S:M am
B 40 pm' 9:in am
"ipaily. tQoingeast. tiling wem.
BUKLINUTON RO0TB-C, B. A Q rah,
wy Depot Flrat avenne aad Sixteenth at.
TRAIN8. j abiuvb
lioo.s Sxpresa 6 40 am 8 :0 am
SuIiOKS Bxpress.. 7 87 pm 7 :i-7 pm
8u Paul Bxpresa ft .45 pm 7 b un
gasnlstnwn Passenger S:Mpm 10: SB am
VryFren:ht (Monmouth)... 8:00 are 1:50 pm
awrltng Passenger 7:NSam f, :40 pm
ft! Paul Express 5 til am 8:45 pm
Mrrlins Freight 11 : am 10:80 an
C" aiCAOO, MILWAUKKB ST. PAUL RAIL
war Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Seconc
ivetine, B. D. W. Holmes, axent.
TRAINS. Lbavb. Abkivb.
Ms'.i and Kxoresn 7:00 in ((Too a
Ht. Fial Express 3:N)pni 11:4 an
Fi. Accommodation V.4Sam 6:ilpn.
RIH'K ISLAND PBOHIA RAILWa D
pot First avenne and Twentieth street. F
H, Kiirkwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lbavb abrivb.
Faa: Mail Bxprosa 8:05 am "hi'Spm
Bxpresa 2:t0pm 1 :25 pn
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 8:00 pn
" " 4:00 nm R:ns an
MOST DTJLBCT BOUTS TO THS
East, South and Southeast.
Fast 14 '1.
S :38 am
Lv. Rok Island..
Cum -ridge ...
St. Lonls .. ..
1 :15 pm
8 :50 pm
8 :55 pm
9:15 1 m
10:) i m
18 -06 n't
Lv. Peoria 10:1ft am 8:50 am
Ar. Rnca Island 1:85 pm 7:08 ?m
Accommodattor. trains leave Rock Ie'and at
4:00 a. m. and 8 M p. m ; arrive at Peoria 8:58 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojtia 8:00 a. m. r.nd
7 : 15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 1 :85
Ail trains ran dally except Sunday.
All passe ger trains arrive and depart Dn on
Pre Chair caron Fast Krpress between EKk
If'nnd and Peoria, both directions.
Throagh tickets to all points; baggage Checked
throngh to destination.
Aceom, Acot m.
Lv. Ruck Is! and. 9. In am 4.00 pm
Arr. Kuvnolda... 10.20 am 5. 05 pm
" Cable 11.00 am 5.4f pm
Aceom. I Acre m.
Lv. Cable 8.30 am.18.5C pm
Ar. Reyno'ds 7.00 am 1.4t pm
" Rnck Island 7.85 am! t.K pm
H. B. SUDLOW.
Gen'l Tkt. Age- j
WiCQWRTSB WITH THE flEOQMPHT OF TH: COUNTRY WHL t mm
MUCH V' J8LE IMrOSHATIOH FHOII 4 8TUCY Of THII UP Cf THE
CMca&o, Ml IsM & Pad By,
The Direct Route to and from Chleao, Jollat, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Molina, Rock Island, in ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottnmwa, Oakalooaa. Dea
Moines, Wlnterset, Audubon, Harlan and Cmncll
Muffs. In IOWA ; Mlnneapolla and u rani, tn MIN
KESOTA; Watertown and Bioux Falls, In DAS OTA;
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, tn MIS9-rRI
Omaha, Lincoln, Falrbory and Nelson, in KKBRJ.SKA;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Hoiton, Tnpeka, Hutci lnaon.
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene. Dodg City, Calfl.ell, in
K AKSAS ; Kingfiaher, El Bane and Mince. In U DIAK
TERRITORY:; Denver, Colorade 8piiofa and IveMo,
In COLORADO. Trsvenas Bw anas ef rich fiTmlng
and grazing lands, affording tha bast facilities ef inter
communication ts all towns and cities aaat ami west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and ta Pad c and
VES77BULX KTPRXSS TBA TKS
Leading all competitors la splendor of equipment,
between CH1CAOO and DEB MOISTS, COJNCIX
BLUFFS and OMAHA, aad between CHTCAO-O and
DESTIR, COLORADO SPRTNGfl and PCEBIA via
KANSAS CITT and TOPEKA and via ST. JC BETH.
Ftnt-Claaa Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING TEAIB
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Hervlca
Close eonnectlona at Denver and Oolorado Bprin is with
diverging railway lines, now forming tha nw and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Over Which snperblycu1pped trains ma daily
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and fmm Salt
Lake City, Ogden and Ban Fvanclaco. THE R01T.
ISLAND Is also the Direct ana Favorite Lin to and
from lUniton, Pike's Peak and all other aanltiry and
ecenlc resorts and dues and mining districts in C Jlorada,
DAILY TAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all lm
iwrtact towns, citie and aections In Boutbern K ibruka,
KMtnf and the InOain Territory. Also via i LBEBT
J-K A RCCTE from Eansmg City and Chicago to Water.
.own, Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL.
-.ciiar;ong for all polnu north and northwaat betwaas
the lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Ticket, Maps, Folders, or desired Infirmatioo
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office tn the Unlfad Statei
or Canada, or addroai
E- ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Oe'llaawajaz, Gaol Tkt Pa Aat,
y-?iU"Uli 11 U Ji 1 1-8 A, & VOUR8tll.FI V j
Kv'T5t frHSSti5V7 UI f -Vi tf Tr Dmsrist fer a S
JUetjA CltSWs3 i'cSJ. w snr. 1 Tkenly
I IWvlai t - -t i77VywVl-V,4. 7fil f irJt f swi raiiHui remedy far all fca
IKVAjPJUpj M f'nlyVYf '? 1 f iDi ttennnatnraldiiwtiarfasaBS
fif'-J VGfefSrFJvVK T 1 f&ZZZi private dsnrn ef men and tfce
I t!P&r 3'3ljyH4yY7 4 j tpJJJJJS'f n'bniiaring vntknM peenhar
g (irls rs v I t'h r u t the aid or
Mrs. Isaiah Emerson
Of Manchester N. H.
After the Grip
Hood's Sarsaparllla Restored
Health and Strcr.trth
"at. miner i nan tni" l
Ick. After I began to get 1.
and run down, I concluded to tr-
I'oiiiiK, Frnng ii reoomnicn.u-1 .., ( .giiiv. I
mustbay that I n more than piistl with it
tUne ndh1nky bealtl1 comI'letely in a short
I Am in Better Health
thn before I was sick. I feel sure that this is
flue to Hood's Sarsaparilla. In the package of
8arsapariiB when I opened It I found a sample
J;' Hood's Pills. I was surprised and de
lighted to And how well they agreed with me,
no trip ng and no weakening afterward. I
navo tried many other kinds of Dills, but
th preference every time now, I think they
are Just wonderful. I am glad to recommend
two such good preparations aa Hood's Barsa
parill and Hood's PIUs." Mb. Iiaias Bx
moi, East Manchester, K. H.
lOOD'S mXI enra CeasUnaMea Vr mmtu
tka aavtmiHe aettoa ot She allairatary canal.
STATB SAVINGS BANK.
eOne Cernar Fifteench street aad Third Ave,
aeeeaea the Mollae Savings Bank. Organised 185
s m mi im&EST paid os deposits.
Organised nader Blate Lswe.
Open from 8 a m. to 8 p. m and Wednesday ard
Para rd ay nights frera 7te 8.
Peana PxnraaR. - - President
H. A. Aibswobtb, - Tice-Presldent
3. P. Hbkbvwat, ... cashier
Porter Rkinnar, W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rof e, H . A. Alnsworth.
O. H. Bdwarda, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Fnberg, C. F. Hemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
ade far private parties ta the eardea
spot ef tha west by the
Orchard State Bank
f ORCHARD, NEBRASKA .
E. W. Dabt, President.
J.S. Dabt Cashisr.
ktitr.kell A Lvnde. Bankers.
i. F. Rehlason, Cashier Rock Island Natinaal
m. C.Carter. II. D.
eary Dart's Sona, Wholesale Or;ers.
It YOU TAK1
$ ie Bfwmrd tor ears
(ajaraeBS aaaataaea ssial
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sa avaw a. awl JMUQw
a wa ear. Saat poatwsM
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aa raoaipt 1 prlaa,
MOUMA CIOHTY. 0-8aT.
Data Molnsta, lewa.
vl.ln all dmcririirtl. Ilartz d Bs.hcse a
tlist the simple treat.
me w;il cnrlalaly curt
m.a rnltT armope en
wufTer.TrrrmiTnrh-orvle. Vi.i:nranl!ik troubla
The twlpf -l. ! sent (.-ai:M irrc-oirn-v.wc wnowii
bvM ouarfc lne nn:icti vclvt-. V ' A'lrtrcae
a eoTjnei esa
paptb Anaaisisw xnjr.Bo ',
IT WAS A GREAT DAY.
10W SUNDAY WAS
SLAVERY DAYS BY NEGROES.
Tha Plantation Felka Eagerly Looked Far
ward to the Day of Rest They All Went
to Meeting and Canally Spent the Reet
ef the Tim Quietly.
In the south before the war Sunday was
looked forward to with anticipations of
unaffected happiness by the negroes on the
plantations. With it came not alone the
restful idleness of tha day, bnt the addi
tional pleasure afforded by opportunities
to attend divine worship, writes Edward
The negro, as a race, is a social being.
The absence of extraordinary brain power
denies him the privilege of thoughtful
meditation or the solace of reflection. His
intnitive impulse is to loosen the cords that
bind him to himself and to seek congenial
This innate characteristic of sociability
was intensifipd in the plantation darky,
whose master's family was usually the
center around which a hig,hly social mi
crocosm revolved. Sunday was the day
above all the rest when he could give full
play to this tendencr, and he was nevrr
happier than when in the midst of a group
hearing himself and others talk. "Gwine
ter chu'eh" therefore always meant for
him more of a season of social than reli
gious enjoyment, though occasionally there
were venerable exceptions to this rnle.
The darkies from all the neighboring plan
tations were to be seen at "meetin," and
all the grotesqne happenings of the week
and bits of highly colored gossip were to
be exchanged amid hearty guffaws, in
which the most innocent good nature
The ante-bellum negro was always pic
turesque in his attitndes, adjuncts and
surroundings, and partierilarly so "cber
Snndays." The manner of his locomotion
to and front the "waeetnn hens" marie a
striking picture, with a toneh of irresist
ible drollery about it. More than likely
he proceeds afoot, and if the day be
pleasant he carefully removes his "Sunday
shoes" and the thick cotton socks, draws
off his coat, throws it ever his left arm
and dangles the sheas from his right hand.
With his impediment thus adjusted b
advances upon his way with a quick sway
ing, shuffling gait, a light heart, a plan
tation hymn at the top of his tongue, or a
cheery, rollicking whistle upon his lips.
If the roads be tnnddv, the distance tin
usually great, or the darky himself tht
object ot the master's or overseer's especial
favor, he is indulged with the use of a
horse, astride whose backbone he strings
himself, his wife and a youngster or two.
They jog along slowly, putting up with
tha ludicrous discomfort of the arrange
ment with every evidence of good humor.
If the attendant upon dmna worship b
far advanced in years, his master, with
that respect for the aged so characteristic
ef the southern gentlemen of the old
school, places at his and "de ole 'ooian's''
disposal a hnmble vehicle which has out
lasted the greater part ef its usefulness.
To this he harnesses a plantation mule,
whose solemn demeanor and highly delib
erate movements are in keeping with the
measured, easy going characteristic of the
darky twain. They aet.ent, the wabbling
wheels describing an endless series oi
curves, convex and concave. The vener
able occupants are seated in split bottom
chairs and are attired in their "bes' bift
en tucker," with their Earning apparel
"settin two ways fer Sunday" te employ
the vernacular ty which they mean to
suggest the all pervading presence of
starch, which plantation darkies were ac
customed to use unstintedly. Thus, with
an entire absence of self consciousness, the
aged couple arrived at the church in due
If it be a shrine intended exclusively for
dusky worshipers, the building will he a
large rectangular structure composed of
logs, the apertures between beinp chinked
with mud and clay, and the roof consist
ing of rows of rough CRk clapboards, held
in place by long saplings lying lengt hwise
with the building, and these in tnrn being
secured by prongs of hickorv. The most
conspicuous adjunct of this humble house
of worship is the chimney, which leans
away from the structure wuh a hurt, of
fended air. It looks as tboush it were
about to topple down, and its heterogene
ous materials constitute au impenetrable
mystery, held by a framework cf sticks
In the milder seasons of the year the
negro worshipers r.ssemblcd beneath a
spacious arlior formed by a framework of
saplings resting in the forks of small
growing trees, or of ethers cut down nnd
stuck into the ground. Upon this crud
scaffolding were deposited quantities cf
pine boughs, which protected the congre
gation from the sun and the showers, and
dispersed au aromatic odor that was by no
An object of the most envious concern to
the other darkies on the plantation was
the family coachman, or carriage driver,
or that of their number who was singled
out to go with "young mistis" or any other
member of the household tochurch. Aside
from this being considered a recognition of
superior merit and a mark of special con
fidence, it carried with it many privileges
which were greatly enjoyed. It meant
more comfortable transit to and from
ehurch, more presentable apparel, and best
of all "good eatin's."
The sermon over, a general handshaking
by the dispersing congregation was in or
der, and sometimes, when a sermon was to
follow in the afternoon and the day was a
pleasant one, the attendants divided them
selves into a little group here and there.
The baskets were opened, and the lunches,
prepared by the old time southern cooks,
were heartily enjoyed. A general inter
change of small talk and the news of the
neighborhood made the time pass swiftly;
then came the second sermon, after which
"young mistis" is escorted back to the car
riage by some gallant beau, who, seeing
her and perhaps the "old folks" comfort
ably seated within, bows himself away in
a Chesterfieldian manner. The sable aris
tocrat with the rigid demeanor slams the
door to with a bang, and with becoming
dignity ascends to his -perch. Then wit h
calm deliberation he draws up the lap robe
and carefully tucks it around him. A mo
ment later the reins are iu his hands, and
then with a crack of the whip the coach
roiis away ana is soon lost to sigct in a
cloud of dust.
If One Could Keach the Balnbow.
Many improbable and impossible things
would happen 11 you could only get in
reach of "the rainbow." The little Turk
is told that if he would have a frver hw.d.
with gold teeth and ruby eyes, he has but
to touch the orange strip. In Greece they
say that the person so unfortunate as to
stumble over the end of the bow will have
his or her sex immediately changed. St.
; j Lruarauteed Cnre.
W-! n::t6'irize our advertised (Trogpist
i ett:i 1 Dr Kids Hum Uif-covefv fd'r
ixTSutrpiioo, couubs and colds lupVn
hi. c.&.lui ,c: If jou are afflicted with
t coi.k.b. old r Dt luiiw. thro a', or
;r.t' trouble, at d ill usa 'his remedy as
!ii-o:u a. f vtufc it n fa'r trial, and ex per
du' t.i Uoiiffi'. y.iu UDMjr rc'uro the bot
le, D(i ,ivr your m.itey refunded.; We
:ui a L..t make itn orfirr dirt we not
:." if at ! Lr King's New Discovery
old b relied fwt !t nevt-r diss -point.
T:i! tovt.et. free at Qar'z & Btbnsens
drug stcr. . ; Larce size 5iK; at d $l.i !
A leader. ;
Sio the fiii introduction Electric
Bitii re ti'S ifHiutd TMiid'y in popular
fvor. tm'il now ii is c'earlv in the lead
among pure medicinal 'or,;, i- and altera
tiyes contaiui! g notr-'nu which i per
mits i' use as a tM-sei-:i.- r inu xcant;
it is reoocn z d a .;,t-. bet-t and'purest
roedictie f.-r !1 hi'ments of s'omach
liV'T i'r kii'n-s I iM ct:re sick beads
c.!.e ir;ditr'ii' n. n.isii'-tin, and drive
orwl.ri i -i:ipi the yM n utisfficUon
iU:.tHtt-ri. with h..i, h.n!e or ibe money
I).: rrfunH'. Pr'e dulj 5i)c per
lot 'e. b iiir? & Bfcuseu.
aCCKLKN'S ARfTI r.ALXla
n. tie.ht s'vn ,p tti. viorld 'or ca'jj
bruises, o(n-s, ulcers, rlieur.', fevoi
8'jros, tetter, chnpp'.'d Iiiums, chiibl-jirs.
Mn.h tn! all skin uruytioug, ad posi
tiviilv cures piles, r r no pay rcqusruo. It
is (j'-fcrant! to give p-erfoct st:s'6rtio:
or nnr,cy refntdri. Fricc 25 cxt. r-
ha "or sle h Hfcrt? A Bahix,i
Making: Precedent a. :
Squire Abel Fuller, as justice of the
peace, has distributed the law in and
about the Barley Bun bailiwick of the
great hemlock belt with an impartial hand
for forty yenrs and more. He is truly a
baekwttods Solomon and a Daniel com to
judgment combined. He has a strong eon
tempt or conventionality in bis office aad
ha seetras preoectent. One wTjen an of
his cnBstrtuents had brought suit before
Squire Puller to recover eomethrng tram a
fellow eitdsen and had wen Us sett all
straight enough and got jnflgraeirt, he
lifted the squire's deerh-und eat of his
way with his foot as he was gotng out of
Abel's effiee. The dog yelped and the
squire rapped on his table and called the
court to order again. i
"Jedgment reversed in this here easel'
he exclaimed. "I find fer defendant, an
rjnom'n that, Lije Crimper, I fine ye twelve
ahillin fer eontempt o' eonrtf I
Elijah was the plaintiff in! the ease, and
his lawyer, Sim Foley, of the Corners, pro
test eel. I j
"Great Socrates!" he shouted, "you can't
do that, yer honor! There hain't no peroe-
dent fer seteh a pereeum t ;
"Pereedents be durned:" said the squire.
"When I want pereedents 111 make 'em,
an this is one on 'em! You're fined twelve
shillin, Lije Crimper, for contempt o'
court, an the jedgu'tnt's reversed in thh
here case!" Kew York Snn.i
Bridge work and Gold Cro
What is called "bridgework" consists in
inserting a false tooth in a gap between
two natural ones in the jaw, fastening it
in place fay gold bands around the adjoiu
ing teeth. Gold crowns are frequently put
on old roots nowadays, this device having
the advantage that the crown can be read
ily removed at any time for the purpose of
keeping the root beneath it in good condi
tion. ashington Star.
Hood's Sir?aparilla stands at the head in
the medicine world, admired in prosper
lty and envied in merit by thousands of
would-te competitors. It has a larger
sale than any other medicine. Such sue
ces could , not be won without positive
Hoon's Pills cures constipation by re-
peristaMc action of the alimentary canal
They are the best family cathatic.
Sips E f
You don't have to look
twice to detect them bright
eyes, bright color, bright
ai vi i rf
is replaced by the healthy
kind. Scott's Emulsion of
cod liver oil effects cure by
building up sound flesh. j It
is agreeable to taste and
easy of assimilation.
Prepared by geott A Bowne.. T. AH drnrrists.
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Ml ' i V i . ! ! U i i I : hil l:
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Cajstoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's priscription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opiam, Morphine nor
other Xarcotlc substance. It Is a harmless substituto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. Its giiarantco is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feTerishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and j natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly tohl me of its
good effect upon their ehildrea."
Da. O. C. Oaoooo,
" Oastorta ia the bee remedy for children of
which I am aecjaainted. I hops the day is aot
far dSeBant wheat mothers willoonsider the real
interrxt of their ehOdrea, and Castoria in-aMdethTawB7aacaBoeti-tiniawhichar
eVeAi uyhag their tovad ooea, by forcing opdara.
morpUne, axslliliif syrup and other hurtful
scents dowB thctr throasa, thereby seaidma;
them to premature graven," i ' ; j
- 1 ' I Da. J. F. EratcBBLOS, ' I
! Ooaway, Ark.
Th Ceoatew: CaoBpaury, TI
i i Ja x . xovTJirfc n.,
I ! i 1 I'll i
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth Bt,
and Seventh Avenue, j
aw All clnda of carpenter work a specialty.
j : I famished en
R. G. Hudson, i i 1 M. J. Pabkbs.
HUDSON & PARKER, 1 ! !
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS;
sVll kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
! foriished when desired. j,:
Shop cor. First ave. ard iJeventeentb. st, jRock Island.
TUCOBFOBATKO TJKDBB TSB RATS LAW.
Roek Island; Savings Bank,
, ; I BOCK ISLAND, ILL., ) j '
men daily from a a. a. to 4 p. du, and Saturday evenings from T to B o'clock, j
F-" Percent Interest paid on Deposits. Moner loaned on Porsonal. Col
latffral, or Real Estate Security ; j !
r C. DSSKsf ASH, V.ce-Prea.
ntBBoroBs: ! i
T L MITCHELL Pr.
-". U JCttekall. B. P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmaan. John Crnbaneh. H. P. Boil,
Phil Hltchtll, L. Simon. B. W. Burst, J. M. Bnford.
Jackson A Htrasr, Solicitors. .
' '- e?s.n hnsineaa July S. 16IT,, ard ocenpy the outneast corner of Mitchell A Lynde'a sew
f hiiildinc. i i ;l
' i 1
I have inrt received and offer at mv asn'l
holiday goods I have ever exhibited. My assortment comprises evarytbine suitable forchrisunas Pres
ects the finest line of Plnen and Leather farcy articles. Tors of every description . Rocking horses
and sleds. A well selected stock of Decorated Chinaware. Chins and Bisons dolls. Will have a
gooa rnppiy oi ueea and ornaments. I
a-a arawravate to
Forsale in Pock island by Hartz &
Mannfactnru ef all kinds of ;
BOOTS AND SHOES
cat's Fkia Rasas a specialty. Rer-alrlng om neatly and promptly.
A share ef year atrvaaze resBectfally ac.icited.
A sew and Complete Treatment, consisting: ef
nnppoeitoriea. Ointment In Capsule, also in Bos
and Pills; A Positive Cnre for Bxtarnal, Blind or
Bleeding Itching, Chronic Recent or Hereditary
Piles, FsaLALf wbashbssks and many other dis
eases; it is al way a a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cnre ren
dering an operation with the kntfa unnecessary
hereafter. This Ktmedy baa never been known
to fall. 11 per box, for 5; sent by mail. Why
softer from this terriable disease when a written
guarantee is poe'.tivly given with bottles, to re
fund the money if not cored. Send stamp for
f reg sainale. Goarar.twe taeaed hyoor age at, :
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acta like magic on the stomach. Liver and Bew
es; dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Hervoua Diaordera,Slcepleseneu,Loea of Appet'te.
restores the comDlectlon : nerfact dieestion fol
lows their nse. Positive cnre for 8 lew HbaoacbB
and Constipation. Small, mild, easy to take. Large
Vials of SO Pills 88 cents.
HARTZ BAHKSBN Bole Agents Bock Island
I : 1 :
I " Castoria in so well adaiited to chiHreo Uias
I recommend It aa superior to any prescription
known to me." i
! H. A. Aacsnra, M. D.,
in So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, H. Y.
, ' Our phystcians in the children's depart
ment have epokan highly of tbeir ax pet i
ence in uSelr ooUMe practice with Castoria,
and although wa only have amoaur oor
medieal suppiies what is known aa raaralar
prodoeaa, ye we are free to confess that tha
merits of Oasterfa has won as to look with
favor trpoa tt," I
TJierrwo Bospttai. akd DiaraaaAav,
Boston, Hasa ;
Aixaw C. ban, Pm.,
Karray Stawwt, Kaar Tork City.
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Flans and estimates for all kinds of baUdisgs '
application. i I
J. M. BUPOED, Cashier.
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1803 Second Avenue.
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nonnlar nrieea tha larareet and heat aeleeted atnrlr tit 1
MITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave.
Ue wundertal remedy
i. anld with a wrta
evra an r-rTnnp diaraia. enh as WeaSr ateuiw g.
1oeaor Braic I'nw-r. fioaOaolie. Wakefnlneaa, lxxit Mantiood. NleHUv Kista.
sinus, Kerroanee. Lamtaa.e. all drama and l.iaaof power of tfieCrenerattvw
Omna in eitneraes omeae.1 by over exertion, yoatbfnl erroa, or eaouaiW ee
nse of totceo.vlam orstlmalanta whioheoon lead to InSrmlty.Coasaiaa.
tlim and Insanity. Put np convenient ti carry in vest pocket. Siprpacai.
afe hy ma.!; fortU. Wtii eyerr 6" o'er we (pt a wrictna ewnrvwiiee om
or reraad um money. Circa lac free. Afreas Xrv S4 Co., Caiiina. Ill .
Bahnsen, 8(1 Ave. and 20th. street
I 1618 Second Avenne. Rock Island, DL
W. TREFZ & CO.
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Have opened in their new quarters with.
the grandest and best selected stock ot
ever shown in the city. I j ; !
All this week they will have a SPEC
IAL SALE, cocsisting of j' the entire
stock which they have purchased from
B. Birkenfeld, at prices that cannot be,
duplicated in the tri-cities, i j I J j
Now is the time to make your
HOLIDAY PURCHASES- .
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2011 Fourth Avenue,