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THE TRATEI-EK8 GUIDE.
CHICAGO, ROCK I?LAND PACTMC K4IL
way Depot eorr.'-i KiftDi.vetinc and Th'rty
flrtt street, k'ranfc 11. T'lnmmer, airont
You can Buy Christmas Presents at Loosley's
Council Rlnfr A Minnoao- 1 1
hit isxitos .ti . :" mi, 4 ; am
Kana.ui city l'ay Expn.ee j.ottTpmj 6:iam
Wafblntfton iirjTi-Ki I s!;2i) (,ai o:)xpm
Con., luffs Jfc Miunceo- i I
irec i ! 7 :40 am T :t5 pm
Omaha and Denver Visti-1 ' I
kmlo xprcs ) 8.44 am; l:Nt am
K in..- ci tinted . .. .! 4:4S am,'ll ;10 pin
Stnarf Bnft ll-nd Erpn-n-1 6 40 miii' W: 0 Bin
'Daily, ttooiiin Bitnt. tCxi.nK w i.
BL'.-iUNl-TiiN KML.'1'K-t!., B. t KAIL
way Depot Firs avenne and Sixteenth Mt.
M.J. Yoi:y, wrt.
t. Liopi &tpriM
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Way Pret Ml (Monmaatb) . .
Htl Paul Bxpr
7 XT pm
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ClilUAUo. MLuW&i h2tt x eT. rALL KAiLr
way Richie & Southwest" Divis.-n Do
pot Twentieth rreA. between Kit aud Seconu
av.-nn, t. T. W. Holme. aurt.
TKA1NS. Lav. Ahhivs.
Will and fexpret 7 eOnii 9:1)0 i
SI. Pnl Expr 3:Hm 'f4i a...
f i Aecoiri'nnMit or. 4'.:' u.
ROCK ISLAND PLOK1A KLILWAY DK
pot F rii :vetiueand IwcLt'.etti atruel. F.
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0ST DIHKCT 'tOCTli TO TI.3
East. Jscatli ar.d Southeast.
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fl :;tt um H t pm
10:11 iimi 4:3:! pm
. '1H:30 am! 4:5.r' pm
l; In am, f:40 pm
1 :lf pmi H:1S pm
. li:4n :.Bi ln-Siipm
i piu;I J (15 u'l
Daca'nr . S:S0 pm li:0ii pm
Dnvili '.... . s:S(i pm !i:lo n't
I niliau'l'j i'e B:'5pini : am
Terr ll.tit 7:1" pm,10:(Ki am
Bvam.-ille 1 :-Jn am 7:35am
Ht. Lo'ii-- 7:30 pmj 7:40 am
Cine nni i lltUOpmi 7:10 am
Ar. Rtck !i m !
. ;1U :10 am 3:50im
! 1 "In pm 7:05 pm
...Acji q 1 i"ir. irniim leave Ro-k Ia'and at
:00a. a. nd 6 Si) p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. a l 1:15. :n. Leave Penjia :U0 a. m. and
7:15 p. a; arrive Rock Iiland 4:00 p. m and 1:S
All trims r in daily except Snndaj.
Ail pijt tor triiiij arrive and depart 0nion
deiiot, ?e irla.
Free Circ4-oo Fuot Expres between Rock
la'ondai'l Jenr:a, both direction!".
Tarring i tieknr. -o all poin'.s; bagjage caecked
k-iijnt d-. inition.
Lt. i-.s Nlaad.
Arr. H.-ya id ...
' 11.00 am
Ar. ti'jyu )id . . ..
" hV Inland .
,.. 6.2 i am 19.S0 pm
... 7.. ;n J.45 pm
L1. '. am a .00 pm
0N?'JIINTED WiTH THC CECCWrHT CF TH'5 COI'MRYVMIL CC7'ti
MiJCH VM J'BIE INfOB'.'ATiOH FROM A ST'JCY CF 7H 3 VAP CT THS
BsiwiOct M 14 Pacific Sj,
The Direct UoutP to a.:d from Chicago, JollPt. (ntavra.
Peocio, La Snllp. .Valine, 11 Inland, fn ILLiyoTS;
Davenport, 'Mu.Ktin", Ot:uunva, 0iaio.a.
Miineh, V't:ii. r1, Au'iubon, Ilirlun a.td f'fi'incll
W'llTs. in t'WA; Mli.neaiiulia alxl St. I;uul, in !'.'
KEriOTA; Wateriown and Siux Falls, in DAKnIA,
Cameron, tt. Jwi'l. aii'i Knna f.'ity, in MlSS'il'KI;
Omulia, Lincoln, Fftirbury and Ntljwn. in 2vi:ilIlA.KA
Atchiaon, Loavenwurtb. Honon T'ipeka, Uuu ltinon
Miclilta. Delleriik', Abilene, LHito Lity, CalJwc.ll. ir
KANSAS: fcinfrfiilmr. El Kenoar.d Jlinco, In IKIHAX
TEKIUTUKY; Denver, Colorado Sprttipi and Tueblo
fn COLC'RAIn; 7r .v-'s n-w area.s of rich forming
and grazing lauds, awarding the 1ust facilities of inter
communication to all to'.ns and cities Mt and west
northwest and aoutbtrest of Chicago aud to Tacilic aud
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competltnra In splendor of equipment
between CIUCAGD and DES MOINES, COUNCIL
BI.rFFS and OMAITA. and lietween CHICAGO and
DI1NVER, COLOKADO HPRINGB and Pl'EBLO, via
KANSAS CITi' and TOPEKA and via ST. JObEFH
Flnt-Clam DayC'iclies, FKEE EECUNING CI1AIH
CARS, and Falare ileeierr, with Dining Car Service
Jloae connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, sow forming th new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Ovw r.hlch superbly-equipped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
LakeOKy, Ogden and San F"ncisco. THE ROCK
INLAND is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from .aniUMi, Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic resort andclties and mining district In Colorado.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kana City to and from all im
portant tewns. ci'Jer and section; In Southern Nebraska
Kanmr and the Inalan T;rr'.:ory Also via ALBEP.T
LEa KOUTE t'lotn KunwR City and Chicago to Water,
town, Sioux Falls. MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
cor.nr;arg for all point- north and northwest between
the laker sua the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket OOce in the United State
or Panada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Qe-'. Manager Genl Tkt t Pans- Agt-
- : .
Thf.'j find that even the pWpures
of a winter's jaunt in Florida, may
She beins to wish liersolf back in
Rock Inland, and thinks sl't'd i ke
bu buying her hoiise-keepioii O-ini
at Looslev's thisminuD'.
We pnek frte for out of
lOJn huvtis, and guaran
tee bu -tk' ye on the wsy.
Ouer siwcinl induce
iiunti to oui of iuwa buy
Slt and Pepper Siakers.
Two Bottle Bi?que.
Tiiree Bottle Bque.
Brorze Ti"t Bells. 1
Br:.r z? Pi, qiit s.
T'-pauece Br.c-a I rac.
Just as pretty in their way, for 25 cents, as for $5.00.
He hopes to sell as much in the pretty, inexpensive arKnW
in those that cost m'n rh mnm Tf
-- 7"u ; " "icctns time and
money saved to look through the crockery store
when you want to buy.
You are cordially invited to
call and look over the line, wheth
er you wish to buy or not.
Open evenings from Decem
ber 12th to Dec. 26th.
G. M. LOOSLEY,
G rockery Store.
1609 Second Ave., Rock Island.
h. U ,
I'm foitig to buy a Christinas cup
and t.iuuer for raaiu;ii't at Loosley's
L imps for the dresiing table.
Cups and saucers for ladies.
Cups and saucers for gentlemen.
Pen trays for gentlemen.
She will save nine spi nl in pUnn
ing her Chriaimas presents if t,be
enls at Loosley's betort she decides.
inniiiiiwAi'jjg.i'mvVwiii m din amui. jtlinmnw.
I.iividul Salts, wi'h Silver
I'iu Tray .
Kread ami Miik Sets.
Cup, Snncer unci Pis e S'
' ,'l x I (
Buy Tour dinner bet at Looslcj's,
and your little girl will delight in
"helping mamma with the difb.es."
JF- O.j 'Of loii a Jtcu:fli?
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1 :i.u. i-ii'1 l il.'r Mn-ri. ri' ti
M l-i;'.l .ii '!. - i' .Mrs
. "i:aT7rs ji-f -ir.i . r :;,r rf
' .. T m 1-1.. T !i. 'u r in.ilit-l frtD.
.t fii:i I a roil .,
.L- L i ALL Ln'.:-i
Sold by Ham. A r..u,n-ct..
The Dog Felt Bart.
"Speaking of the briin power of ani
mals," said H. E. Mart n, "reminds me of
an incident I witnessed -Thile living at St.
Joseph. A neighbor of mine had a lurge
Newfoundland dog, whih did the market
ing for the family. His mistress would
give him a basket, pnt in it a note and send
him to the grocer or bu tcher. On the day
in question be was carrying home a fine
roast, and half a dozen curs were trotting
at his side trying to g ;t their noses into
basket. He turned his head, first to one j
side then to the other, growling fiercely,
but they were not to be thus intimidated, j
Finally his pat ience ga-e way; he put the j
baskefdown and sailed into the hnngry '
"But while he gave battle to some the j
others made off with the coveted prize.
When he realized thai he bad been de
spoiled he looked the very picture of de
spair. Tfe sat down b;-the empty basket
and howled like a schoolboy tLat had lot
his circus ticket. lie :ook up the ba.-ket
and walked home at a snail's pace, put it
down on the porch i lid fled under the
house, where he remai led all day, despite
attempts to coax hii-i out." St. Louis
G 1 obe - I)e ru oc rat.
Hot slowly up t lie steep we climbl
We take but one step at a time
Po small a step liial scarcely we
Seem climbiuj;; up prrreptibly.
So near the hi-.se b low appears.
We sometime tliink w it U tired tears.
Though all our energies we strain.
The summit we eau never (rain.
But not for lone yield we supine.
For on the rem! we j-ee tin sit:n
Left by the u.;un:leil fert of thtee
Whu, like oiirselve:-, the ronh road chose,
And fmiii toe fn
Like lwi crown
We hear aa erl.i
We toiled ns v
-Susie M. Best i
mil heights where they,
d ii tors. stand today,
i '"i 'mirage keep,
vly i:p I he steep."
i I'hilndclphia Ledger.
Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing,
Oaappsd Hands, Wounds, Burrs, 2to
Kemoves and Prevents Dandruff.
mmm nmu soap,
Best for General Household Uie
The 4nder of He production.
Aphide are a species of minute insect be
longing to the order of hemiptera, sub
order homoptera, anc taken collectively
W ai t hem wouhi hurdly weigh a grain.
Mow i t us try a comparison. The average
man. we will saj-, wei hs 'J.'KO.tKlO grains.
Vet it has been found, by actual calcula
tion, that if these tuiu tte insects were left
unchecked lo only th ; tenth generation,
, the descendants of a single pair would be
equivalent, in point f actual weight, to
&tHJ,'0iy('0 very heav;- men. This would
be equal to one-third of the population of
the giobe, supposing t ach person to weigh
iiu average of pounds. St. Louis Re-
j Iaw reni e county laj sclaim to the largest
man in the state of Kentucky. He weighs
5J0 poumN and is 0 fei t 8 inches in height.
His arm1- measure t o feet in circumfer
ence and 11 thighs tl ree feet.
1 fZWil )
,sk vour Tlmrpi.t for
boUiO Of ttic S. Tha r,,Ov
r- - - ..... j
tUIH nilUOTlniJ rmnull.' f , ,r m 1 1
e uunaiurai aiacnurges and
ivn te f i i.B&. nf nittn a ml th a
lebilitating weakness peculiar
women. 11 cure in a lew
va withntit th aift ...
publieity of a doctor.
nr vmrrrtai American litre
Til A F.van. r.hr mcl C.i k, .A
Wiat Stall the H .r a Be
Why 1 What can It he, bot -offering and t
row, rib" ace and death, if yon neglect the rymp
tomsof a disordered liver I Take Dr. Pierce's
Golden Stedieal Discovery. It ontaellB all othet
remedies, 'old under condition that it mi l
cither benefit or enre tha patient, or the mot y
paid for It will ba promptly returned. Ilcnns
all d "eaces arioir.g from derani ed liver, or from
impure blood, as bilionsnegs, "liver eompl tin,"
all skin and. sealp diseases, salt-rhanm, tatter,
serofnlonBf ores and awellines, fever-sores, hip
jolntdtseaaaandkindree ailmi ata.
When Baby was sick, v. e ga-vw ner Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss she clung to Oastoria.
When she bad Childrei, she gave them Castoria,
r'2i ,sr'".a r a i .:.
. fvrMfrrjt I 1
'I " Mi ' '
va iv. "-.iTe.-iiii-' r m .
Children Cry for
Her erve Had Iteen Te-ted.
It was a terrible risk. Not a man was
there in ail the vat throng who dared
brave the daubers of his.-iug flames and
Unman lives bung in jeopardy, wait ;ng
in aw fill susjicr.se for some intrepid rescuer.
"I will save l hem.-'
A thousand faces turned eagerly at the
ind heaving bosom
. Strong Witnesses ' J
AmoBfi the thousands Jof testimonials
of cures by Dr Miles' Kew Heart Cure.
r ?HtbTP Alli8f'8' well-known
c.t.zcn of Gkn Rock. Pa. who for years
h.d shortness of breath, sleeplessness.
pHin left side, shoulders, smotberin,!
pclls etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure and one box of Nerve ami
LiycrP.lis cured h m. Peter Jaqaet,
baiem. N J., Is another witness, who for
twenty years suffered with heart disease,
was pronounced incurable by pbynrianR,
... dew n for fear of smothering to death .
immediately af;er usin-r the New Cure
he felt better and c.o.dd lie down ami
Heep -all nicht. and is now a well man.
Hirtz & 3ahns(n. J
in t-.A Kir P-i ,i I i
;-.s IiA g.-. ii K-s
U ti t? f-fi r-
. wvt-.w t"Arrr,!My.
v a w 'in. in.
Wit u i'ashing eye?
she paused a moment
Frag:!'.- as she was
there was i i.at in her aspect which filled
the inuUitu.li' with awe. Spellbound, tiie
people lireal he i not.
A burly fit-eman had barred the way of
"it is fooluardy," he exclaimed. "Have
you no fear, giri'f"'
She laughed scornfully.
She turm d a withering glance upon the
"for ten years I have worn in public
every species of dress reform garment
brought out during that time. Do you
imagine I am afraid of anything?"
With a bound she was lost to view among
the blazing timbers. Detroit Tribune.
Lane's Family Medicine moves
tne bowels each dy.Host peoi.lt need
to use it.
T. H THOMAS.
Children Cry for
If 1 hws-is r-snc- i tic .loret!
jFiip,tal.tirrp.,r..r.ee,re.-.Vr ""J "'5''!?'
For beauty, for c irnf ort for improve
sent or the complexion, nse only Pox
f oni's Powderr 'her- i nothing equal to.
Children Cry for
Coughing ead to consumption.
Kemp's Ba&anc v.'ill etop the cough at
How the Anrienls Moved Stone.
An unfinished obelisk in a tjuarry at Sy
ene shows bow the ancients separated these
immense monoliths from the native rock.
A groove marking the boundary of the
stone contained a number of holes into
which woudcu wedges were firmly driven.
The groove was then filled with water and
the swelled wedges cracked the granite the
whole length of the groove. The det;iched
block was then pushed forward upon roll
ers made from palm trees to a large timber
raft on the edge of the Nile, where it re
mained nutil the next inundation floated
the raft to the city where tine obelisk was
to be set up.
Thousands of hands then pushed it on
rollers up an inclined plane to the front of
the temple, where it was to stand. The
pedestal had previously been placed in
position, and a firm causeway of sand cov
ered with planks led to the top of it. Then,
by means of rollers, levers and ropes made
of date palm, the obelisk was gradually
hoisted into an upright position. In no
case has an obelisk been found to be out of
the true perpendicular. Public Opinion.
Effect of Fruit on the Stomach.
The malic acid of ripe apples, either raw
or cooked, will neutralize any excess of
chalky matter engendered by eating too
much meat. It is also the fact that such
fresh fruits as the apple, the pear and the
plum, when taken ripe and without sugar,
diminish acidity in the stomach rather
than provoke it. Their vegetable sauces
and juices are converted into alkaline car
bonates, which tend to counteract acidity.
A can. lag is a pretty girt for car
riage peo, .. . it is made of cloth lined and
wadded, into which the feet are slipped
and the mouth drawn up nearly to the
knees, insuring comfort on a cold day.
Edward Everett Hale has a step so quick
And a voice so vigorous that not seeing him
one would never suspect that he was a
white haired man over seventy years of age.
Professor G. M. Lane, Harvard's learned
Latin teacher, used to keep a comic alma
nac in his desk to ivgule and refresh his
mind in the i:.t :v;:t. between recitations.
A Great fenefactor
"Educators are certainly the greatest
N n- fetors of the race, and after reading
T i . t UllS works can-
not help dcclanne him to be amon- the
most cnurtaining aIld ertu.-itina authors.
-New 1 ork Daily. He is not a strar-eer
to , ur readers, as his advertisements un
pen i it, our columns in every issue caliir."
attention to the fact that his elegant
y.. k on . rvousur.ri H,art Disea.-es is
oisttito.te.T free byourenteronsindruo
iT'V V-.'x- Utth"B- Trial bottles of
IJr Miles N.rvitie sre given away; also
book of te,t:morjilils fh,W5 that it is
unequaled for nervous pros'ration. head
' -cue. t-or memory, d zZ lces, sleepless
n. ss, neuralgia, hysteria, fits, epilepsy
Miles' Serve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulatipo- tbe
.v-r aiomtch and bowels through the
n.-rvts. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
1 '-:WMj cure billiousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equiiotd for men, women, children.
M'.hl.est mnoest. surest! 50 doses S5
cent.. SauiDles free at Hartz & Bahn.
What the Hon. George Q. Vest says in
et't.rd to the superiority or the Uirsch
oerg r diamond and non-chanKeable SDec-
"I am using glasses which I purchased
trom Prof. Hirscbberg and they are the
best I ever tried; it affords me creat
pleasure to recommend Prof. HirBChbera
"8 an ejeellent optician, nd his Biased
ire simply unequalled In my exoerience
T, . , G O. Vest.'
Thee spectacles are for sale by T H
Tncmas pg-r-r t: r Rock I)an.
We have sold Ely's Cream Baum about
three years, and have recommended its
use in more than a hundred special cases
of catarrh- The unanimous answer to
our inquiries is. "It's the beat remedy I
have ev. r used." Our experience Is. that
where parties continued its use, it never
fails to cure. J. H. Montgomery & Co
druggists. Decorah. Iowa.
When I began usiDg Ely's Cream Balm
my catarrh was so bad I had headache all
the time aiid discharged a large amnuct
of filthy matfr. That has almost en
tirely disappeared and I have not had
headache since. J. H.Sommers, Steph
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opinio, Hlorphinc nor
other Narcotic substance. I: is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, lrops, Sootliinnr Syrups antl Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
millions of 3Iothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverislmess. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bofels, giving' healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Castori.i is aa excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told :ne of its
good effect upon their children."
Dr. Q. C. Osgood,
otLJr 3 to 8 daysX
jTlliAH ABSOLUTE CUBEI FOIa
fff Q:andG W
Ii5"3l vvill not CAU8t wA
1103 B' Q NOPAIM, HOSTA.- I
ICT ' TOCTIOla WTTM EKH I
I ITU. AT At ORUOOISTS. t
Oenrral Cnemieal Oo
T H. THOMAS Sole AeenU
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant w hen mothers willconsider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the varkmsquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Dr. J. F. Kincbeloe,
" C.i--toria is so well ahiptt-ito children t-V,t
I rvemmerol ifas superior to any proscription
kiio?. n to lue."
TI. A. Ari hkr, M. D.,
lli So. Oxford St., Hrookiyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of th"ir experi
ence in their outside praothe with Castorii,
and althrugh we only have aino o -:r
medical supplies what is known as n-ulr
pnxlucts yet we are free to confess tiat ti
merits of Castoria lias won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Pispknsart,
Allen C. Sihtii. Vrs ,
The Centaur Company, TI Murray Street, New York City.
THE WELL KNOWN
and Leader in Styles and workmanship, has received
rLL STOCK oi Suitings and Overcoatings.
" Z all and leave your order.
tab Block Opposite Harpkr Eousb.
Is now located in his new shop, . .
At 324 Seventeentli Street
OTJfc-ht aboes s rptni!,. OpposWe tns
Mi-nufctnrerof all kinds of
BOOTS AND SB0E3
ant's Pie shoes a specialty. Wnirin done nsaCy and prompUy .
A.h.of yonrI.,r.1er,.WaciJed. a k
IDiO OCWUU I ws- -