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( OfTrilSCJUKTRVKiU C"T;..'
;M STUDY OF THIS UP Of TUt
CicuD), Ptoci &3 & Pacific Ej.,
IW Hrrrt Hcai to a d '""" Chicago, Jollot, Ottawa
rroria. La Halie, Molina, U-.c Inland, In ILU"0I8,
Davw;pnrt, MupnatlD", Ot'innwo, fkaln,5a. Da
aj itn". Wlnterw. Andulmn. llarl.ui and Coanci'.
rniiim. In IOWA; Mlnnpatml'a and St. Pnul, in SUV
NKitiil'A; Wattrtown and wi.vjx Fails, ln HAEOTA
Ounarpn, Be Joprph and Kunum City, n MlftsOMBI:
Ouialia, Lincoln, FirluJ7 ani Nnlwn, In F.KRASHA
AtrJiiron, Lmvenworth. Iloruin, Topcka, Butrhlnson
Wk-lnU. Bellfrllle, AWIene, lxlge City. Oildvell, li
X ANrtAr-; Klmrfl'ber, El Itenoar.d Minco, ln INDIAN
TMRKITOKVi Penvwr, Oilorado Sprlnm and Purblo.
tn OOLOEA1K). Tlr new arr of rich mrmlna
and (tnuilng land, affording the bent factlltlea of lnter-
ii:.i4ut.i.iiua to all towns and citlrt wt and wwt
ortbweat and aouthwaat of Chicago and to Tactflc and
rXSTXBULX EXPRESS TRAINS
Mdinc all eompatltokP tin aplendor of oralpmcnt,
TUwtf" CHICAOO IftES MOINES. COUNC1I.
BI.:kFi4 yid4?MATTA.' id betwmi CHICAGO and
lr.NVF.tt. COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBl, vb
K ANJIAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEriT.
Plrat-Uara Day Coach FREE RFXHJKIUG CIIA1B
-AB.4. and Palace SlfwpaTa, with Dining Car Service
'Clon conoaceiona at rwnver and Colorado 8pringa with
dlvRln railway llnea. now terming tha naw and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over hlch anperMy-eoulpped tralna ma dally
TtlROrOH WTTHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
IkeCltjr, Ogdeo Bod San Fmndsco. THE ROCS
IHt.AJNO la alio tha Dtrert ana Favorite Line to and
ra iaoltmi. Ptke'i Peak and all other aanitary and
rente resorlaandcuica and mlolngdlstrlctatn Colorado
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAIN'S
Pvom Rt Jnarph and Kanw City to and from all lm
ortan t-u. citie. and rt!oni. ln Southern Kchruka
Hum and the Indian Territory Alao via ALKLRT
LK A R.;UTT; tmn. r.3iw nty and Chicago tc Vtv
wwn. monx Fails. U1NSEAPOLI8 and ST. iMUTL.
'onnertljry for all points north and northwest between
f Take uus the Paoiflc Ooaat.
Pot Ticksta, Mara, Folders, or desired tnformauot
fifdy to any Coupon Ticket Office la the United 8tats
ar Oanadn. or address
E ST. JOHN.
GtnT Tkt Pass. AgU
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They flnd that even m pleamirp
of winter's junt in Florida, miv
She begins to wi-.h herself back ir
Rock Idand, and thinks sLe d Vko '
be tiujina her house-keeping Ch-.na
nt Loos'ev's himinut.
We pack free for out of
town buvers, And guaran
tee brwakfige oa the way.
0 hor special indue
merits to out of town havers.
You are cordially invited to
call and look over
er you wish to buy or not.
Open evenings from Decem
ber 12th to Dec. 26th.
G. M LOOSLEY,
1609 Second Ave., Rock Island.
HsaitftuJ, Agreeable, Cleansing.
CJhappl Hands, Wonnda, Sarna, Sto
Bomovea and Preveztta Dan dm II.
mmm mm so&p,
Best for Genera! Household Ue
1. tvir. Ak your DnigEist tor a
at. -4 bottle of Big ii. The only
f . tummuoium m.,.. .. r n I
the unnatural dlii'hiniM and
private diseases oi men and tha
Jebiliiatins; weakness peculiar
to women. It cures ln a lew
days without the aid or
publicity of a doctor. .
The Vnivtnol Amertetmi Cure.
k Vanulactarrd by I
-The Erans Ck meal OoJ
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t STOPPED FRE?
Insane Perscm ltestarE1
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Sk)ld by Rartr. t But iiien
C xt'Lt V ol a.
Ve,r .Mhti aits.
Salt d .1 P.-;.pt.r Shakers
Two Boi.ili Biqu -.
Tt,.-ee B )'.t!e B: q i
Ubop diehi s.
Brorz Tt Bulla.
Br.jr z P xquts
J'P-tnepe 3r'c-a brac.
the line, wheth
A LONDON LANDSCAPE.
Before me lie no pirple distance wide.
With faint horiwn hills to bound my view.
Tall bouses close ma in on crcry side.
Pierced here and there by meaner silts at
Tie not for me to witch the slow dawn come
Across the qniet Meadow's dewy pi-ay;
lis not for me to b 'ar the lirewn beos hnm
Upon the corny Ui'lamin all the day.
Bat I can see one evasions rrcivlnt; '.hlr.g
A poplar tree ppr, tvls fair lieniilo my door.
Ita bright nnreslful leaves keep tliijerinir
And whi?pprinK t" tile breo evermore.
And -vhen at ere tl e Cre? of f.nnt .t f ire,
Aud parapets and roofs are rioimd with
Ar.d iiiceboid bencoi lifihtii flash bore. and there
The diugr v.cre.h n:e windows ninoifolil.
The littio leaves ujnn icy po-.l.-r tree
All In the wonilrc as glory shake nnc. shake,
Transnmted by the sunset alchemy
f Each ono into a h lroished golder. flake.
Then by r.nd by, fr ,m &omo dim roulm afur.
The dark comca lown and blots the wr.rld
And tn ist the trer ihling popiar leaves a star
Hungo like a ehinmc blossom ail the nielit.
Francws Wyint inlxmdon Sinic-tator.
Bayagct I of Tarlcey waa defeated and
taken prisoner bj Tamerlane, who locked
him in an iron ctH eand curried him to iind
fro on various expedition, finally puM.ni
him to death wi h circumstances of ex
A California con puny makes a splendid
article of toih:t soap from the froth
skimmed from a 'xiiiing compound. It is
supposed to be a mixture of borax, alkali
and mirtcrctl oil.
Ainhworth H. Spoffordhas been at the
head of the lihnry ln "Washington for
mors thtui a qnarter of a centory. lie rs
one oi she best an iioritiee on books in the
It is Batififacto)7 to learn t-iat daring
last year only one person in 45,000,000 pua
aengers was killel by a railway accident
What Stall the Harr Be
Wfcy I What can It be, but enfferra; and eor
uw, dip. a.e and death. If yon neitleet tha symp
toms of a disordered llverf Tak T)r. Pierce's
Golden lledieal Dl-civery. Tt ontnellB all other
remedies, 'old nailer condition that It ma t
either beneflt or core the patient, er the mot ey
paid for it will be promptly returned. It cures
all diseases arising" fiom deranged liver, or from
impnre blood, as biUonsneea, "liver eoropl itn',"
all skin and scalp d seases, salt-rbenm, tatter,
serolnloosfores and swellings, fever-sores, h1p
yoint dhwaaa and klmtred ailm nte.
When Baby was siclt, wvj gaw oar osfltoria.
When ahe waa a Child, she cried for Cafltoria.
'When she became 1 ins, she elnns; ao Oastoria.
When aha had rep, ahe gaw ahexn CaMSsJi la.
Children Cry for
; Lane's FamilT Medicine moves
,tfjc bowels each t ay. V.onl r-efDl(: ce tl
to age it.
thiki"en Cry for
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the rornplpxion, use only Poe
oni's Powder 'itwrw ia nothing; equal to.
Oonghlnp; let is to eonsurxption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the ryjngh at
You ean Buy
Just as pretty in their way, for 25 cents, as for $5.00.
He hones to sell as much in the pretty, in expensive article-;
"I'm t oiiifr to buy a Christmas oup
d1 i-rtiintr for .l.ain nt nt L xi-ley's
Cups and saucers for ladies.
Cups and saucers for gentlemen.
Pen trays for gentlemen.
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FRIENDSHIPS MADE ON STEAMERS.
Jnst How Far tlte AcquaJntneehlp M d
on Ocean Llnnr Cro-a.
Among the steerage passengers on a
steamer which arrived here recently was a
young mnn. apparently twenty-seven to
thirty years oh), who had plainly enough
seen better ilays.
As he leaned over She side of the steamer,
about the momi'tit the gangplank was be
ing pushed aboard, liopcered intently along
the line of openings in the shed, as if hop
ing yet fearing that somebody would rec
There was just enough leisure after the
tide of wealth, fame and fa-shlon, which
came first clasR, had made its exit from
customs corral, for a reporter to bespeak
an interview with the young man.
He proved reticent at fir?t, but thawed
out afi:r an expressman hail removed the
valise, which seemed to constitute Lis sole
worldly possessions and cares.
"This iu not the first time I have been in
S;m Francisco," ho said.
"If you have been here longer than fonr
years and have ever boarded a Panama
steamer we have snrely met.
"I am the victim of that illusion which
is a disease, as home-sickness is a disease.
The doctors e.V.l homesickness nostalgia
and presenile for it. But my disease is
the result of wh;tt every traveler ought to
know a 'steamer friendship.'
"Let rne explain. Five years ago I came
here by sea from New York city with about
11,800 or ty.OOO in my purse.
"Of course I made friends on board.
"Before we reached the Hatteras, three
days out, I had got into the good graces of
two or three gentlemen, who kindly taught
me to play poker and generooBly allowed
me to pay for the drinks.
"Then I obtained the easiest kind of an
introduction to a young lady, who pro
fessed great interest in the first glimpse of
the Southern cross as we pas-sed down
through the Dabanios amid balmy breezes
and tranquil nights following sunsets that
I love to think of now.
"I met, too, a California scmimillion
klre, who professed the greatest interest in
me, and who paid for wine about once in
twenty times when it was passed aronnd.
"A lady of doubtful age talked Neo
platonism and transcendental philosophy
to me, and asked if I knew Boston.
"Really I felt quite a warm friendship
springing up in -my heart for all thtie peo
ple, and as usually happens I believe, the
friendship became tropical with the cli
mate. On the way np on t his side I sub
mitted with the best grace to the whims
and caprices of the young lady, who in
sisted on landing at every port, and of
course I had to foot the bills.
"Everything was perfectly respectable.
"When we readied this oity I had a
pocketful of addresses of my steamer
"It is troe that their acquaintance had
coat me about f?f)0 up to date, and that I
bad been eomiiclied to plead poverty to
save further demands.
"1 Bnppose I had $1,1)00 still on hand
wnen I went around to pay resiiecw to my
"Perhaps they did not know it or I might
have been differently treated.
"The cold shoulder is a mild term. I
got the cold, cruel shake, Mind you, I had
not been a fool, a pure unadulterated fool,
fori bad traveled a bit before. But when
I went over to Australia I consoled myself
with the reflection thai; among all my
steamer friends I left not one to regret.
"Since then I have traveled largely over
southern seas, and it. has nlinw heou the
"There is nothing st ephemeral sal a
"Even in the steerage and I came that
way for a change it is the same. I am
not as rich as 1 was, but I like Ban Fran
cisco better than any place I have seen In
four years of emwtant travel.
But if a man talks friendship to you on
a steamer, don't be deceived, fie may
mean no harm, and yon may not stiff er to
parse as I have done. -
"As for women, I. believe they form
steamer friendships to pass awaythe
time.' Sao Francisco Call.
A oust or portrait Of Bhakespeare, any
or all of his works handsomely bound. Der
kffP P-et edition, fa always a suiuSu
Christmas Presents at
J 1 i-1. -. 4V -v rtri
in inobe uidt v.uai
money saved to
wnen you want 10
Bed -room Ltraps.
L mps for the dressing table.
TbDse words sre very famTsr to our
readers, as not a day passes without the
nport o the suriden death ef some prom
ititnt ci.izen. The explana'ion is
iieatt D;ca8e." Therefore beware if
veil have any of the following symotoms:
Shart breath, pain in side, t-motberine
spells, swollen ankles, asthmatic brtsth
ins:, weak and hungry f pell, tenderness
in shoulder or arm, fluttering; of the
enrt or irregular pulse. These sym
ums mean heart disease. The most re
liable remedy is Dr Miies' New Heart
C.:re, which has faved thousands i.f lives
B k k of testimonial free at nrz &
Batnsen's, v,h i also sell the New Heart
Fail to do Our Duty.
Everybody has at limes failed to do
their dii'y towt-rd themselves. Ean
tlteds ,if lady readers suffer from sick
iiadi , nervousness, sleeplesness sm)
'(male doubles. Let them follow the
xnip'e of Mrs. H. HerbechleT, S'evecs
Ptitnt. Wis., who for five years suffered
creatly from nervous prostration and
sleeplessness, tried j hyeicians and differ
ent medicines without success. But one
bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine caused sound
sleep every titcbt and she is feeling like s
new person. Mrs. Elizabeth Wbeeier
L .ramie City, Wyoming, who tried sll
other remfdtrs. f!erarrs that after thret
weeks' use of the Nervine for headache,
nervous i r.iHrminn. etc.. she wss tn
tirely relieved. S..ld by Ilartz & Bahn
sen. Trial bottle free.
Miles' Serve una Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
'iver, stomach and bowels r.brouch U
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles
Pills speedily cure biiliousness, badtaFte
U-.rpid liver, piles, constipation. Ud
equalled for men, women, rhildrer
Siuallesl, mildest, eurestl 60 doses 2f
cents. Samoles free at Hartr. & Bah
What the H in. George Q. Vest says in
egard to the superiority of the Qirach
berg's diamond and non-changeable spec-
"I sm using glasses which I purchased
from r"rof. Hirschberg and they are the
best I ever tried; it affords me irreat
pleasure to recommend rrof. Hirschberg
as an excellent optician, and his elsssei
are simply unequalled in my experience
G. O. Vest
These spectacles are for sale by T. H
Tuomas aarent fe-r Rock Island.
I have been troubled with chronic ca
tarrh for -years. Ely's Cream Balm is
the only remedy amotnz the many that I
have usd that afforded me relief. B.W.
Willard. Drupgi-t, Joliet, III.
My son bus been afflicted with nasal
catarrh since quite young I was induced
to trv Ely's Cream Bilm, and b fore be
bad used one bottle that disagreeable ca
tarrhal smell bad all left him He ap
pears as well as anyone. It it tbe best
catarrh remedv in tha market J P m.
j ad. Areola," III.
3 to 6 DAYBL
rAK ABSOLUTE CURE POSlS
WILL NOT CAMRt
Bte Ci MO PAW. NO WTIUH.I
ewnuonoN virm soh j
wtiCTU cnendoal Oo
T H. THOMAS Sola- .
' Koek IalasM.
d'a 3i,o. P.
BXIVTCT I . rwa
Brosio in s prose
r 'Ae waes aover-
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ihulu muie. it
iook tnrough the
She will savt
-mp -:: r.i ;n ,1
jr.g hT Chrie'.mas ;.rt-sn-s if tte
rnlls a! L ' fife's b'-f ire b'.'P d ( i Ls.
It.d.Ti'JutI S wi.h S.'lvir
Olive Di-bi s.
Worth more than standard value, worth two for one
j for the World's Fair, and
We are selling
You sret a
A Work of
We devote the entire amount towards developing
and ennobling the People's Great Fair.
Souvenir and Rare Coins as an
: U. S. $5 Goldpiece 1822
U. S. 1804 Silver Dollar
U. S. Half Dollar 1706
U. S. 1802 Silver 5 -Cent Piece
U." S. 1856 Eagle Penny
U. S. 1793 Copper Cent (Ameri)
Queen's Jubilee 5-Sovreign, Eng.
Napoleon's 100-day sfr., French.
King William Coronation, Ger. 1861
German "Peace" Coins 187 1
This will be the best investment you ever made
A World's Fair Souvenir Coin
A National Heirloom for only $1.00.
Under Act- of Congress we nave
Souvenir Coins, of the denomination of 50 cents
each. That the money may go as far as possible,
and that all the people may have a chance pro
cure these artistic and Patriotic souvenirs of their own
Exposition, we have resolved to offer tbe whole .ssue
for sale at $1.00 each. ,
Apply to any Bank, or send Post Office or Express Money O.dcj.
Bank Draft, or Registered Letter for as many coins as yon w..n,
instructions how to send them to you, to ITAJ
TREASURER WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION
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OenTsFbeeBhoea a RW'rtaeAot.'u
r share of you patronage mpaetfallV
crockery stor '
Br-.. and M.Ik Se;s.
Pa -ding fr-'a
Cnp, s,.n-, rr.r.o pj,-, s -f.
. B( ,-ar dinner set &t Loct)-.V
and yr.ur Htte gir: will delight ;a
"helping mamrna with ttc d-bri."
more than that to vou.
half-dollars for a dollar a-piecc
Art in itself.
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24-33 32 00
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