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THE ABGUS, THURSDAY, DECEMliUli 1, 1892.
THI TRAVELERS' RUIBE.
lL,jjrpot cornet Fifth evenne and Thtrtv
V..it.1'''H- P'nmmer, agent.
tci 1 Plan's IHitnesc-1
U Ci:y Pay Express...
.BluEB Mitneeo- i
fi-res. J 1
i aid Ie nTcr vesti-1
e Express i
i 1.44 am t
I 4:4S am Ml
! b AO pm 0
, f lty Limited . ...
Rock Island ttiprey;
tOoing east. i4oing WMl.
L'KLIf UTOW ROUTB-C, B. A Q. RAIL
war Depot First a venae and SLxteentt it.
. o'nfiK. agent.
1 :-7 pm
font. Hxpresa I T.STpm
full DL)"m I " 1J
Artnwn Pssseiger. ... 8:n pm
Freight (Honiuout.'.. S 00 arc
10 .80 aa
flPinKr no err
' ,..... K Bit.
EiicAua milw. rates a st. pa.il rail-
r war ftsxine 8on:hw..sterr Dtvlf ton De
Twtiitieth su-oii. butwaen First rd Keeonrl
rue P.. 1). W. Ho'ms,fprnt.
TKM1S, tI!L "'-
i, aij TOOan.
Pr.l X0'" 8Mjiim 114 , rn
,4 AC tometodatlnn ... . 4 air. ftuCpm
TyrK lI.ASI I'WHilft RAILWAY
L pot First avenue and Twentieth etret. F.
I ThAia. LAT. iKRITl.
fcn Tl Hxprosa i:i6 m 7:05 pm
t:lpm 1:25 pm
ase Areonvmouetlon 9:10 em 3:00 pm
" " 4:00 oml 8:05 am
J 'JUT OlM-Ti KOCvS TO T3f
ast. South aud Southeast J
8 :4t am
fl :0s am
0 :8B am
2 :) pn.
3 :27 pn.
4 :34 pm
4 :55 pm
Cini'ir due ...
ft. Lonia ..
1 :1ft pm
4 0C pm
t :50 pm
I 3:50 pm
6 :55 pm
i 7:10 pm
I 1 :20 am
! 7 :8() pm
11:10 n t
10:10 ami 3:50 p a
1 :J pml 7:05p n
r. Rocit IcisrM.
A -oommodatlnr. trains leare Rock Inland ht
:0a. m. and 6.20 p.m; arrtre at Peoria 8:50 p.
i. and 1 :1ft a. m. I jum ?Muti a-ftf m t a
t:15p.m; arrive Bock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 1:
All trains run daTlv except Snnday.
All passe igor traina rri70 and dfirt Onii.n
itOU-Pnorla. . -
.'ree Cbairearon Fast -Rxpresa between Ro k
'ortd and Peoria, both directions.
Tbrongh tioketa to all points; baggage cneckd
-ongh to destination.
4.00 J m
5.06 I m
5.40 J m
Accom. ) Accori.
0.2-1 am 11.50 pm
7.0) ami 1.45 pm
7.55 am1 8.00 ; m
kcqiimnt:o with the r.t qjhupmy of thiscouhtby iu. ob "aw
iu:h vai jaele infor:jav:on from a stuot of this map or the
CiicaiTo. Eoci Islas'l & Pacific Uy.,
The Direct Ttoute to and from'chlrnco, Joliet, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Mollne, Rock kland. In ILLIN0I3;
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottuiniva, Oskaloosa, De
Mnines, Wlntcraet, Audubon, Hurlnn and Co mcil
Muffs, In IOWA ; Minneapolis aud St. Taul. In MIN.
; Camron, St. Jowph and Kan? ritr, in MISSOCKI)
Omnha, Lincoln, Fairbury anil Nl.n, in KEBEASKA;
'Alcnison, warenworu, jioruir., inja, JIutcninson,
U'lrhltA Dm1I.vII1 Ahll.ne Tinloo f i... t-.i..u l
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno ard llinco. In IXDIAN
TEI'.TilTORY; lnver, Coloralo Sprlnja end rueblo,
in COLORADO. Trsversee new areas 0f rich fanning
and graiing lands, affordlmthe best facilities or inter
communication to all towns and citira east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago aad to I'acific and
VESTIBULE EXFJ2ESS TRAJNii
Leading all competitors In splendor of eqnlr merit,
between CHICAGO and PES ilOIXKB, COtNCIL
BLFFFS and OMAITA, and beiirf, cniCAQ) and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PCEBLJ, via
KANSAS CITY and TOrEKA and Tm ST. JOf EPH.
Mrst-Oam Day Coaches, FREE P.F.rUNTNG COAIB
CAIts, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
Clow connections at Denver an.; Colorado Snrlnca with
diverging railway lines, now format the nor and
TRANS-ROCKY ZIOVirTAUf ROZTE
Over crnicn superDiy-eqmpr.1 trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and fron Salt
Lake City. Ogden end Ban l"vu.l!co. THE ROCK
ISLAND Is also the Direct in Farorite Line to and
from i;anltou. Pike's Peak and a ,,tber unitary and
scenic resorts andcltlcs and mislsg dijtricta In Cc lorada
DAILY I-AST EXPKZSS TRALfS
From St Joseph and Ksnnas C!t v, End from all im
r-ortant tewes. c-:ti and stion' :n Southern Nebraska,
Kansai ar.d the Ind.aa T-rr'.tcry Aigo Ti ALBERT
V m. T 1 ' r"l f.--il VatiR CitT n, .1 t-Yt.lMA tt'ala
town, Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL.
cxinnecitong iur Ht. punw ou BOnnweaa uciwcvn
E- Tli-Waa Man ITnldera. Or mImJ fnfh-matiott
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office in the Unite 1 States
or uenada, ox aaareas
C8T.JOHN, JOHN 6EBA8VIAN,
Cr-'iMsaiajar. - OTktsVPaam. Aft,
IISavMkdnrWIa. 1VltW t.
ktlniatitaiM. hMK TnrJlMki
eweaUaat tfwt ifw aaasac am 4m. M
The Great Englith Remedy.
rrompwy aatt peraaa
nently cares all form of
Nervosa 'WeAkaces. Bmis-
s:ene. Spermatorrhea, Im
poteeey anil all effect of
abve or ecese; bec-e
prescribe ever as years
t thensaads of (hf; ie
ryjx. , . , . .ie cniT rename ma nn-
vr o -rw ot. et Biedieiaa w ; aak
arti(rElst for Waan'T raornwin; irhaaffere
aome wor thleas meliein In plaea thie, leara
ia d'horirt atore, ear Ion pre ia letter ana
wa will eend by retnrn mail. Price, ne paeka a
91 : aix. (; oac will please, aix will cure; pam
phlet in plain ea)r earelere. t atampa; aldreas
1 11 Woodward areane. IV tratt, Mich
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
OSes C'orriBr rif:ee!h street and Third Avd.
ucceeJsthe Moiine Sarines Bank. Oreaniatd 1853
5 m cent, mum paid n dsposits.
Orfanlrd nnder 8ta)e
Open from flam, to 8 p. m.. and
Satnrily nights from '
H. A. ArNSWOHTH. - .
Porter Skinner. W. W
C. A. rinse. M. A.
G. H. Edwards, W. H,
Andrew Fr-.lvr.--. C F
REAL ESTATE LOANS
tnaile far private parties in the earden
spot of the weBt by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCnAKD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dart. President.
J. S. I)iT Cahirr.
Mitchell A Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Robinson. Cashier Rock Island National
C. C. Carter, M. D.
Henry Dart's Sens, Wholesale Grocers.
sk your Drnnirt for
bottle of Biz (a. ThannlT 1
rn-nfceiu remedv for all
the unnatural discharges aud
SrlTtitt niseasrs of snen and the
ebilitatins; weakness peculiar
to women. It cure in a lew
days without the aid or
pnbli.-ity f a doctor.
lmtwrsM AmmrttH twt.
T. H THOMAS.
3 to 0 DAYS.
ffiM ABSOLUTE CURE POR
WILL NOT CAUSE
STRICTURE, ask fob
BlS Q NO PAIN, NO STA.-SLj
PJlt. INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH
OTT-C AT AlX omjoaif TS.
Cixicufm a nu r'eorta.
T" H. THOMAS
- (Rock iMnno.
IT WILL KCT
17 YOU TAKE
SOO Btwarm tor ears
mjarieaa so bat ease anal
ia these Caaveles.
Via Cur any
Iibm Mfr.ndad If eat
as we ear. Seat BoatpaU
ea raoaipt of prtee, 1'
MOdMAJ UOHTY. PAHK.Y 0fT.
De Molnaa, Iowa.
For sale bv all drnfrplett. Tlartz A Bibaten
Tt he leea'.c aseot:.
A BACHELOR'S DILEMMA.
My lady Is lovttly and noble and kind.
Too nobis for ire, I am sure:
tide's the qiu-en of all women: rich, trne and
1 am ii.-.!y nr.j hearted and poor.
She'a a leader of fashion, has a home of her
Her mansions ere wondrons fair,
i am only a poet; 1 live all aione:
My cc.slies axe all in (he air.
Ala, she's too wealthy nnd et- lii-S for me,
1.-.. f 1...- 1 . . . T ' .
i 1 iivr ikt more ixian niy me.
Bnt Im too proud to marry; 1 never eonld ba
A man that's maintained by bin wife.
"We were made for each other:" of this lam
Fhe likee me I know by her eree:
But, aJan. she's ao ealthy, and I am ae poor
I cannot rapport anon a prirV
Tr-e-a what in the world i-honld a bachelor do
Who is bnsted teetot&lly flat?
Why, I'll ak for her hand aad her M forrnna,
Than work to pop port her with tfcat.
IjBttj OnYtenrlon In GalTeaioa Tawa.
Ttri-vj-t-trr the Dend Life.
We don't hew nt e aaany deatks from
asphyxia nowur did fifteen j-ear
SO, w-ipn many of the private honsea of
oar eitiee end All of tbe hotels were lighted
by giiR, bat Utere ere etill ttirmwr,! of
deaths eTery ywfpom irewrmiBa; aad frftn
the irjhalatirta of poisoaone ciwc and other
fames which scieere reelly ought te be
eble to remrVlT. A few y eara no in IMS or
18S9 Profewor Poe, e Bridgeport, Cons.,
iBventorl what the pnpera celled e "peir of
artificial lnngs," intended to be need In
ease c apparent death frona elreweing or
asphyxiation. What haa beeena t Poe'e
great invention In testing it the prefeas
er ie said to have "completely" drowned a
pet rabbit and reetored n to life eleven dif
His mode of restoration was to apply hie
patent bellows to the animal's month and
force oxygen into tbe lunR. The reaction
of tbe apparatus, which wa provided with
a povrerrul suctiwi, drew ont the water
(Toe said It TJould act the same with poi
sonobs crasrs), and tbe artificial respiration
produced a muscular contraction and ex
pansion of the tangs until life wae finally
fully restored. IX he Las given up hie val
nabla experiment e.nd bis Invention it is
time for some one else to take the matter
np. St. Louis liepublic.
It wutiM do those pood who wrile fM
aionate articles cn Moorish slavery to see;
the well fed, !ar.y slave of Wazan lounging
in the son, kill pipe in mouth, and Kcrcely
doiri stroke of work from week's end to
week's end. The most ordinary English
kitclienmaid would accomplish in a couple
of hours what a Wazan slave does in a
week. All are free to come and go as they
please, but none avail themselves of this
freedom. The reason is not far to seek.
In Wazan they are fed ar.d clothed by tbe
shereefs, and ou holidays and feast days
receive presents of money.
Thus all the necessities of life are founa
them without their having to work for
them, which otherwise they would be
obliged to do. Nor is it only the recessi
ties of life that are thus supplied to them
free, but they are given each his room to
live in and married at the espense of the
shereefs to slave women. Their children,
by law slaves, are not necessarily so, and
are often apprenticed to workmen to learn
some trade, or if they wish are free to see k
their fort une in other lands. Clackwood's
Some Economical Teop'.e.
It is ft stranpe truth in the great doc
trine of social economy that it is the rich
who are thrifty. And yet it is not so
strange either t-inee thrift is an accom
plishment, not as elcsant perhaps, bnt as
difficult as piano playinrr. It is more use
ful as an attainment, but not aa a rule to
the people who acquire it. They do not
need it, but those who have no facilities
for learning it do. This sounds very satir
ical, but it arises from a scries of burning
injuries piled. Ossa upon Pelionlike, by
"dainty little ladies" (all these economists
are little, you may have noticed) who talk
for print about their infinitesimal incomes
and bow they lay them out to the best ad
vantape. Their mothers are nt home
scrubbing or wearing t heir eyes out with
needlework, I know, while their daughters
are flaunting about petting bargains and
prating of their wonderful achievements.
Judging from Apiuraiu t-i.
"I hate women who are t-.ot clean about
their houses." said the first woman.
"So do I," said the second, taking a enp
"Yes, " said the first woman. "I called
on Mrs. Flyaway the other day just as she
was sweeping the floor. She made a circle
under the table and in the middle of the
"She never swept in the corners's, eh?"
"She did not. Isn't it awful V"
"It is awful," said the second woman,
"and I thank heaven that my house is aa
slenn as a pin."
"Let me tell you what. I saw Mrs. Fly
away sweep in her stove," went on the first
woman. "Just as I called she was putting
in the stove these things, gathered off the
floor of one room: Three old spools, a lot
pf fur.z, some old hairpins, a lrnx of dirty
candy, some nails, a dead bird, some floss,
tome canary bird seed, a cent, hair, six but
tons, matches, pins, needles, a lamp wick,
coal, dust, dirt, bits of rags, some broom
straws, threeold letters, a piece of cabbage,
n knife and fork, two lumps of sugar, two
old papers, a key ring, a padlock and a but
"A pair of garters, a lend pencil, two
photographs, a dozen tacks, three dead spi
ders, a cockroach, some rice, samples of
cloth, picture hooks, a stove poker, dried
flowers, a broken hobby horse, a pet rabbit,
an old glove and some lace,"
"I I always knew that she was a dirty
housewife. Do yon know what I will do?"
suggested the second woman, with rising
"What will you do?"
"I will never let my dear little Willie
play there any more!"
"Aid I will keep my darlinc Maudie
from her children!" said the first woman
earnestly. "You know Willie and Maud
were playing in her parlor today along
with her snub nosed brats. Let's cut her
at the social party next week, eh?"
And one careful, kind hearted, child lov
ing housewife will never know bow why
the children of the neighbors do not make
her so much work in the future. New
How the Country lias Grown.
The first presidential election to be de
termined by the popular vote cast in tbe
several states, and not by the choice of
electors by the respective legislatures, was
that of 1824, when Andrew Jackson, Henry
Clay, John Quincy Adams and William H.
Crawford -were the opposing candidates.
The total vote east then was 352,002, which
B-a 5.t5C I-- iiaiti tic tviC vcte vL T'.-xaa
. Guaranteed Cure.
We e:'.t-1orl24 our advtrlisrri drncpiM.
to ee'l lr. K.r-.e't. New DiM:t:erY for
cocsurnpin.n, rciiuht ar.d roiris upr.
tai- i-oiuliiii.ii: It jf.11 urf affl cted wish
o.;t:h. cuid i t mj June, throat or
chest trouble, at d ill usr ihis remedy eg
directed, giving . R fair uitl. and expfr
ience do Ix-mA:, yni may ntnru the tint
t!e nd hvc your money refunded. We
could not trjke. ibis clTer did we not
kcow that br. King's New Discovery
':ould berthed on. It never d:sarpo!nta.
Trial lollies free at Barz & B-bpFen's
drugstore. Large e;ze 50c and $1.
Crvt iniroductioa Electric
Butt ra hs.s gained rapidly iu popular
fvor, unii! now it isclearlj in tbe lend
araocg pure, medicinal tonics and altera
iiyee contaimcg nothing which per
mits its use as a beverage -r ir.icx'caci;
it is rc-coen:e-'d . toe best and purest
tnrd'-cine for ail ailnienU of ctcmach
litrr t.rkidnexs I. will cure stek beads
ache, irdiijetiion. constipation, and diiva
malaria fvm the system. tfNtisfactlon
guaranteed wi'.h each bottle or the money
will be. refunded. Price only VH; rmr
bottle. fold bv Harts & Bvbnven.
HCCltLBrT ANrt SAi.VK
"Tie bot t,;e ft the .;r,d 'yr c-iie,
")Hiicos, OTvt,, u!o.-.. e, sm t-Leum, ft-vet
si'tss, tfitter. chsrtrK i knr.s'a, chilbiaiis,
i.m v t.rt.1 il skin emptier., and posi
kw! oure pilee, or no pat required. It
vUs.tanTefc.1 to gjre perffct fjutiafaftio?;
ccrty tefiusdri. isrwe S5 oep.u pe?
" TO? a 3" 3cZtS A TlaJt-raii.
C.eorge Eltot'a Slow Vallta.
Of our ewn day George Eliot and Mr.
Lewea, miserable invalids though they
were, made no mean showing as foot peo
ple. George Eliot's letters and dlariea
show that scarcely a day was without its
walk. One day the pair, in company with
Mr, Herbert Spencer, were five hours 00
foot. But no gypsy tramps and romantic
adventtirw; were in that united history.
Their walks, too, were never counted by
mile."!, bnt by the time spent on them out
Those slow walks were as eminently re
spectable as the pursuit of queer insects
and strange fish and fleeing health could
possibly be; s decorous as George Eliot's
own highly in Ofal and self conscious let
ters. There were no "wanderings."
Never was there a "saunter," delicious
relic of fair ancient beggary when Sana
terres lived more gayly than lords of broad
domains. They took "conf-titntionals,"
and for the stomach's sake, not the irnagi
nation's. Macmillan's Magazine.
His Peculiar Afl'ection.
"Yes," said Mrs. Timberwlieel toherson-in-law,"you
are always maligiingmothers-in-law,
but everybody does not think so
hardly of them."
"You do me an injisM ire." replied Mr.
Taddles with earnest di.-claiiuer. "I never
malign mothers-in-law in general, and es
pecially do I never malign one particular
mother-in-law with whom I am bappy to
be closely connected. But to what do you
"I allude to the fact that a philanthropic
Austrian has built and endowed a home for
mothers-in-law. Now what do you think
"I think it is a very worthy object very
worthy indeed and I shall immediately
take steps toward getting you admitted."
Published on behalf of Hood's Savsapa
rilla are as reliable and as worthy your
confidence as if they came from vour
best and most trusted neighbor. Tney
state only the simple fc?s in icsard to
hit Hood's Sire&parilla hf8 done, al
ways within tru'.h and reason.
Constipation and all troubles with tbe
digestive oreans and the liver are cured
by Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a dinner
1" .i.a&che and Tclievoall trtroTi;il?. ta-"?-tn
a'lthoua :ai-. o tiie system. sucU ui
.j. 'b, K.iunet, Tr-jv f Iliosii, i'.rtio itf
:. Valun the SMo, -c TVhilo thtirrocct
-.wie saccens as heua shown ia c.-xijj
1 .run, yrt Carter's LIl'Jo S,hrar TOls rs
.I'.t v".ljolo in Cor.Btip.it:- n.frnrinrrnt?dp.-Ti.
it-v; tLiea-nrr-yiriT ooujitaii'MvliiiQ tlify
t aU'.U.x nicinui tliei'Siar'atiujulati
iu.Crai;u'tetJi.3hotvei3. Evun ii tUcy crj;
' As 'i t. rr f y woaidl elmos tpriccloss to tTir.evra
l u.'.-.r jnmt.hiivli:-tl. s'S-,coi;.rtla'T.t, 't,i;t .'mt:.
' -jjencetry them wUl ficJ t neeo little viinveh
'"fjioin soxuany w&ysiu&t ihey will ni-ii bo -rftl
i;uo .v;iboutit:-m. Iiniaftcr3tll.ii-:k.li
!Z?fi.ebM.BCf so rasay liven thst berIwhcre
er'-s do not.
ilartrr's tittis Liver ?r? very s-ntT r.ni
vm-y ta;-y to rika. Or.e or Ivro pills iir "iso.
ill. -a-e stnc'.ly vu,;oia'i los-'l do no. at
r ir-t. bnt Vy ti;e!r fntleaAim jltaull who
uwthero. In vialtiat if.cer.t 1 tref-ii. Soj(t
tX tas"ts every vitsio, tr t-ii Is i. "U.
C:.FA ES SWTi-wrwC CO,, nm York.
au.piil sain mi. mums
235 Wis. Street
iitnm c iern uru
IvIUeey 'l'ruublea. etc without llarlful
limit. No C. O. D. Circulars or Samples. Call or
write aa above f nr Symptom Blank and advice, free.
Ifll tin . The everlastins f rarance of the
AULI O I famooai.niian"VttaaionFlowr,"
CDC I A M I the most deiihtf aland darabl.of
CMolAri fall odors for the handkerchief.
L-Tho PERU DRUG CO.t Milwaukee. Wis.
fta tnnimA. viiffff - . it
XeCUAN. Don m STAIR. rRKVKItTS STaiCTtTi
Cans OOXOItaafXa aa Ot.rRT as O.. to (an ft""
Boi br all r.e.C001STS. SwontaaT 4-vanv II Jf
-irtc : i-: r M.rcars :i. - i .:'C -xra, oh-
UJIj pa? h W
Oistoria'Is Dr. Samnl Piteker's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other ICevrcotio enhctfAnce, It is a hnrmlees sabrtitato
for Paregoric, Drops, t?othiRs Syrnps and Castor Oil.
It is Pieman. .Its. gTutraiifee is; thirty years', nse by
Millions of Mothers. Cortoria destroys Worms and allays
fererishness. Castoria prevents Tomitig Soar Card,
cores DiarrlKBo and Tfind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, en res constipation and flatulency.
Csastoria asslniilates tho food, refjnlMtes the st-omaeb
and bowels, givinc healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
s'Qaet srta aa an excellent mecSciwa for eh3-
Votbees bavo repeatedly told me of fas
wet cpea tbeor bildram.,
Dla, C. C. Oeoood,
Oawtoria is tbe beet reanedy for children of
wbaob I oau acwaeAnaM. I hope the day la not
far tttstaart when snothers will oonrjder the reel
hi tea 1 M of fheir children, and nae Oaatoria in
stead ef the various quack nuKtruuai which are
fleaaroyfnc their loved ones, by forcing opium,
raorphlne, soothing syrup and otber hurtful
agents down thetr throtue, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. T. KrjKnTBLOB,
The Centaur Coxopavhy, Tl Murray Street, New York City.
B. F DeGEAB,
i..- ( ait ractor and Builder,
' y-yc(- !itij aioe '"crr.er fSevcswn' a tjt . . . -r j ? 1 ?
Vin-Ji Avenue, ' JtvOCiC ISliUlUt
tar" :1 ir.!s of chrp-nter work a teclalty . Plans aid estimates fer all kinds cf bntldir.si
fnrniahea on application.
H. G. Htdson
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
A.U kinds cf Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
hop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth st. - Rock Island.
niCOHPOSATED UKDKB TEB STATU UV.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Uren daily from Wa. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Flvor'srcert interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P. L. MITCI3KLL rros C. DUNKMAITN, Vice-Pree. J. . BUFORT1, Caahler.
?. Tj. Mitchell, B. P. Reynolds, F.C.Denkmann. JohnCrnbangb. H. P. Hol,
fhil Mitchell, L. Simon, K. W. Hnrst, J. H. Bnford.
Jacksoh A Hdbst, Solicitors.
T"began biasinces Ju!ji, 1S1, axd ocenpy the 'onthtaet corner of aUtckell a Lynde'a new
v 1 tave n' rtcclvo ,nd offer t "J of n 1 popular prices the largest and best selected stock of
holiday goods I have ever exhibited. My assortment comprises everything suitable for Christmas Pres
ent!? the flne-t line of Plash and Leather farcy articles. Tovsof every description. Hocking horses
and sleds. A well selected stock of Decorated Chinaware, China and Bieqne dolls. Will have a
good supply of trees and ornaments.
SIRS. C. KITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telepboiij Kocfe Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
w?io;on and you will receive prompt attention,
. TIMBERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gent's Fine Shoes a specialty. Itsirinfdono ccat.y and promptly.
A share of yonr patronage respectfully ac.icived.
1618 Second Avenue, Rock Island. 111.
A tew and Corrplete Tieatment, consisting of
suppositories. Ointment In Caivsul", also in Box
and Piils; A Positive Cure for External, Blind or
Blecdira- Itchinif, Chronic, ltccent or Hereditary
Piles. Femalb wkakhxsses and many other dis
eases; it is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Remedy has never been known
to f all. II Der box. 6 for S5 : aent bv mail. Whv
suffer from this terriable distase when a written
guarantee ia positivly given with bottles, to re
fund tbe money if not cured. Bend stamp for
rrg sama-ie. tinarartee wrsaeq pyonr age at.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on the t-tomach. Liver and Raw
es; dtspela Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
nufuu isiBuruerB,mecpieBsneM,Lioes or Appetite,
restores the comnlecuon: nerfact dlfreaunn fni
Iowa their nae. Positive care for Sick Bbasacbi
and Constipation, email, mild, easy to take. Large
V7I.1. an mil. ok - .-
HABTZ ik BAHF85N Sole Agents Bock Island
" Ceovjrte is mo well adapted to children tba
I recommend ft as superior 10 any preocTSptioTi
hum to mt."
H. A. About. It. D.,
Hi So. Oxford P., Brooklyn, X. T.
" Our phyek-ians In too children g depart
lnent bavo spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outdda practice with OaBtoria,
and although we only have among onr
medicai suppUea what is known aa regular
products, yet we are free to confess that too
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital akd PispKffaaRT,
Au.ek C. Smith, Pr.,
M. J. Parker.
1803 Second Avenue.
W. TREFZ & CO.
Cave opened in their new quarters with
the grandest and best selected stock of
ever shown in the city.
All this week they will have a SPEC
IAL SALE, consisting cf the entire
stock which they have purchased from
B. Biikenfeld, at prices that cannot be
duplicated in the tri-cities,
Now is the time to make your
HOLIDAY PURCHASES. -
2011 Fourth Avenue,
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