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THE AUG US, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1, 1895.
THE TRAVELERS 6CIWE.
ROCK ISLAND A PACT VIC KAIL
O way Depot eornei Kifthavenne and Thirty
test street. Frank B. Plammer, agent.
11 :05 am
i ;su pm
poocril Binds A Mlnneeo-1
ta Day Express f
Tartu City Day Express. . .
maciiblumi A ktwneso- I
ta itx-ress... I
vana and DenTcr Vesti-1
ate Sxpreas (
ST (ntw l.tmitoit
Heart-Bock Island Kxpres4
Daily. tGolngeaai. tWoinn west.
East. 1 fWarr,
4 41 am
7:40 am 7:S5pm
t .44 am l:Hnt
4:48 am ;10 pm
8:40 pmi :im
5TJKL1NGTON ROUTE-C, B. A fc RAIL
5 way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth St.
J. Tonng, agent.
t Lome xpreas
ML Lome Express......... .
Jrardatown Passenger. ...
Way Preti'ht (Monmouth) . .
Starring PaasanKer.. .......
Mt Paul Express
a :40 am
f :87 am
7 :f am
11 :l ami
10 :tB am
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL KA1L
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
ne Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne, K. u. w. Holmes, agent
TRAINS. Lbatb. Abbitb.
laall and Express 7:00 in. 9 :00 pm
fit Pool Express 3:M)pm 11:45 am
t. A Accommodation 7:45am 6:i0pm
ROCK ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenne and Twentieth street. F.
M. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINS. Lbatb Iabkitb.
fM MallKxpruss 8:05 ami 7 :f8 pm
Express 2:70 pm! 1 :3fi pm
ftatUe Accommodation 9:10am! 8:00 pm
" 4-nfinm1 ni
HOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
ast, South and Southeast.
r. Rock Island,
. 1 :15 pm
. 8:40 pm
.! 4-OC pm
. I 9:50 pm
. 8:50 pm
. ! 6 :55 pm
j 7:10 pm
.1 1:30 am
. I 7:30 pm
4 :33 pm
4 :55 pm
12 -nn t
10: 00 am
air. Rock l-lar.-l..
110:10 ami 8:50 pm
i:w pm 1 :uo pm
Accrimraodatioc trains leave Rock Island at
wa. m. and B.ao p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 d
m. and 1:15 a. m. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :V p. m ; arri vo Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 1 :9S
All train r in daily except Snnday.
All ptwe igor trains arrive and depart Union
PreeCnairca-on Fast Express between Rock
jp"to an i renria, nota ulrec'.lons.
Turous'ii tickets to all points ; baggaee cnecked
art. R wnold ...
! 9.1o am
' 10.20 am
i 1.45 nm
i 8.00 pm
1. rl. rtUO'LOW,
, VfJCK HOUSE."
li ju'1 Tkt. Agei?
W!0ymTV WITH THE GEOSRAPHt CFTHI3 COUNTRY WIU. 08T
kx vu jibie mroRUATiON mm a study of this imp of the
m Boct IsM & Pacific Bj,
Jae Ilrct Honte to and from Chicago, Jollrt, Ottawa,
u sane, sionne, koci island. In ILLINOIS
FOTcnjrart, Muacatine, Otiuvowa, (wkaloom, Dei
Tjiaea, Wlntorset, Audubon, Harlan and Cocncll
TOiff., rn lOTtA; lllnneapolis and St. Panl, In MIN
ATSOTA ; Watcrtovn and Sioux Fails, in DAKOTA
JKnvTAn Rl- Jncnh anil Van... ' i incunrnT
- ' uMa n t , tu mo-TibJUf
naba, Lincoln, Falrbury and Nelson, In NEBRASKA:
- uonoQ, -jiopexa, iiutcninson,
Tttcsita, BBUavill., Abllen-, Ixxlge City, Caldwell, in
XABaAs; Kingfisher, El Rsnoand Ulnco, In INDIAN
SZERnOtlY: Sennr. Colonulo
COLORADO. TraTtrae nw arau of rich ftrmlng
m0 irrmziDv Ltvnds. .ffnrrfinir ti v- bm.i. . a..
- woutiica vi iuiu
vsmcranlcaUoa all towns and cities east and west.
wnainm ana oaiawest oi cucago and to Pacinc and
TXSTZBULX: EXPRESS TRAINS
InOitg all competitors in splendor of equipment
CHICAGO and TJES MOINES, COUNCIL
?.TTFFS and OHAHA. and rjttwann irnwArm .i
PENYEB, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, vis
un ana iwiiu ana via BT. JOSEPH,
frna-aaa Day Coaches, FREE EECLININQ CHAIR
aruo, ana macs Biespers, with Dining Car Berries
tassnniiai4liiiBi at Denvax and Cblandn nrin
4tacnrBg railway lines, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Ptvx tVbkh saoerblvmifnnail train j.n-
TWBOTJGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Bait
lax City, Ogdan and Ban Frandsoo. THE ROCK
VLAKD la also the Direct antr Favorite Line to and
Was s&ttou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
mis ttsorts and cities and mining districts In Colorado,
DAILY TAST EXPRESS TRAINS
. ii v niu iiwa nit nn
tmt towns. ciUes and sections In Southern Nebraska,
lanaw and the Indian Territory, Also via ALBERT
JSA ECCTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water.
awn, Sioux Falls. MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
'vcntcflonft lor all points north and northwest between
' e !< Iru! th PmHAkOi.
' Tn Tioksts, Maps, Folders, or desired Information
(vry W any Coupon Ticket Office In the United BUlm
Caaada, or address
3. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
sOMsaater, Gsnl Tkt. Pass. Agt,
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Ofllcs Corner Fiftecxch street and Third Ave.
Sneeeedstt eUoline Savings tin, Oreanlaed 1869
5 Fir CIST. UTERES! 'AlD ON DEPOSITS.
Organised ander State Laws.
Open from a. m. to 8 - m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights f rem7 to 8pm
Pobtbb Snxm, - - President
H. A. Auhwobtm, - - Vice-President
J. F. Hani xwat, - - - Cashier
Porter Skinner, W, W. Wells,
C. A. I ose, H . A. Ainsworth,
O. H. Idwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Frtberg, c. F. Hsmenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties In the garden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
- of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dart, President.
J. S. Dart? Cashier.
A Lynde. Bankers.
J. F. RoHon. Cashier Reck Inland! National
O. C. Ca -ter, M . D . -.; 4
Henry 1 art's Sons, Wholesale Grocers.
Represents, among other time-tried and vrn:
known F: rclnsnracce Companies be followinR
Royal Ii.scranceCompany, of England.
Wesche ter Fire Ins. Comiiany ot N. Y.
Buffalo 3erman Ins. Co., Baffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochestor. H. Y.
Citiiens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bun Fir ! Office. London.
Union I is. Co., of California,
f ocnritv In. Co.. New Hiveo, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wis
Sermat Fire Ins. Co,of Poor.a.Ill,
Office Cor. 18th St., and 8econil Ave
ROCK ISLAND TU..
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Reprt scrjling over 40 Million Dollbra
of Cash Assets.
Fire. Life, Tornado-
Bonds of Suretyship.
OPF1U3 Ro-m21, Mitche'.l LynSe's block
Kork Isltnd, Ills.
tSfsiei ure our rates; tlicy will i uteres you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tricd Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low a any reliable company can afford
Your Patronage is solicited.
R. H. PEAP.CE,
Boon S3 in Mitchell A Lyndc's new block .
DF . J. E. HAWTHQRHEi
T'dh extracted without pain by the new
No 1716 Second avenne. over Erell Math's.
Mitchc'l & Lynde's filock. Rooms 29-81
ATTOKNKT AT LAW-Omc: In Mltohell A
Lynte's new block.
JACKSON & HURST,
TTJHOCEYBATLAW. Office In Rock Ielard
taHattc oal Bank a nilding. Rock Island, 111.
SWEENEY A WALKER,
TT03JNEYB AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
1Qmc In Bengaton's blook. Rock Island, 111.
McEMRY A McESEBF,
ITTOJINETT! AT LAW Loan money on eood
seen -lry.make collections. Reference, Hitch
tUA Ly ado, bankers. Offloe in Postofflca block.
S. W. ODELL,
TTOUNET AT LAW-Formerly of Port Byron,
a and Inrlntr the past two years with the firm of
Jrownb K A Entriken at Mollne, has now opened
I Sn " Andltorinm building, room 6, at
C. J. 3BAM.B. 8. w. sbablb.
1 SEARLE & 8EARLE,
ITTOiNBTSand Ossn.ellors at Law and So
m f i rJlCMoerT Btford'a block,
BOCK IB BDfia)
The summer snn Is sinking now.
The western sky is all a;,-low.
As wand'ring through the meadow patha,
The silent shadows come and go:
The meadows where, in childish glee,
I gathered flowers or chased the bee.
I bend and pluck a daisy fair.
While tears my eyes are filling fast.
For memory comes, with silent step.
And lifts the veil that hides the past.
While backward roll the byeone years.
So fraught with sorrows, joys and tears.
I see myself, a slender youth.
So full of plans for coining years.
As slowly home I drove the cows.
Naught knowing of life's cares tnd fears.
But longing much the world to see
And planning all that I would be.
Oh, eager, hopeful, trusting heart!
You did not know life's thorny way.
Or, even when earth's laurels won.
How quick they fade at close of day!
Would I could be a youth again.
So free from heartache, care and pain!
Julia Wood In Good Housekeeping.
IIow Loosha Cured Him.
The elderly married porter who looks
after Middleclass flats has never repeated
the daring act of unlawful osculation
which was visited with such summary
retribution by our dragon of domestic vir
tue. It happened, if I remember, when
the miniature lift dedicated to the trades
men's parcels and coal scuttles went
wrong stuck four feet below the level of
our landing and refused to budge. So,
with the intention of ascertaining the na
ture and extent of the local complication,
Jellanis got into it, loosha having under
taken to lighten his labors with conversa
tion and a composite candle. Alas for the
frailty of mankind!
Then it was that, undeterred by the fear
of scalding grease or boiling indignation,
our porter attempted to wrest a kiss from
the lips that were near. And as the indig
nant Loosha thumped him cn the head
with the candlestick the temporary me
chanical obstruction yielded to the impulse
of outraged virtue, and the porter, with
one wild cry, shot swiftly downward and
disappeared, lie arrived ultimately In the
coal cellar to the relief of our handmaid,
who had had awful visions of his sticking
in the shaft and sufTocating slowly, with
blood curdling groans, while masons were
pulling down the building to get at him.
St. James Gazette.
A Youngster's Tears of Bears.
To draw upon my own recollections, my
childhood was haunted by bears. They
were not bears out of books, so far as I can
remember, but a childish formula for the
dark unknown which is apt to frighten
every little stranger who conies alone into
this great world of ours. Many an hour
have I lain awake iu an ecstasy of trem
bling lest the sonorous breathing of the
sister asleep at my side should be loud
enough to rouse the dire beasts from their
Yet these hours did not "embitter my in
fancy," nor do they now in retrospect cause
me poignant grief. What does shame me
is the remembrance of other hours of that
same period when I was trying to adjust
my emotions and actions to an agreement
with those of the particular heroine out of
fiction who happened to be my nearest ac
quaintance at the time. Atlantic Monthly.
Carefulness About Water.
It is difficult to make everybody careful
in regard to the use of drinking water, but
comparatively easy to make the principles
of hygiene generally known. Some per
sons dislike pure water because it is insipid.
Others find it inconvenient to boil the
water they use, and troublesome or ridicu
lous to employ a filter. In some industries
impure water is preferred, as in that of the
baker the bacteria iu the water uniting
with those in the yeast arid producing rap
idly the desired lightness. Does anyone
in America ever trouble himself about the
quality of water used in making bis bread,
or of that in the so called mineral waters
he drinks, or is he strenuous in regard to
the quality of the ice furnished him, which
eveu when comparatively clear often
abounds in microlies? Bed water is often
the cause of epidemics of typhoid fever.
San Francisco Chronicle.
Explosive Torce of Lightning.
The explosive power is otio of the fore
most qualities exhibited by the electrical
discharge. When the fluid happens to
meet with some obstruction in its course it
frequently evinces its dissatisfaction by
shattering the nonconducting object, exei
cising a radiating force like a bombshell
and bnrsting substances asunder as if they
had been charged with gunpowder. Many
years ago the southwest pinnacle of the
church of Breog, in Cornwall, was demol
ished by a stroke of lightning, and one
stone weighing three hundredweight was
hurled southward over the roof to the dis
tance of sixty yards, while a second was
sent to the north for the space of 400 yards
and a third was projected in a southwest
erly direction. Chambers' Journal.
Some Calender Oddities.
The days of the month and week are al
ways the same in March and November, in
April ami July and in September and De
cember; that is, if March "comes in" on a
Monday, Xovember wjll do likewise, the
same rule applying to the other months
named above. In leap year January is
with April and July, in other years it is
with October. February, in leap year, is
with August, in other years with March
and Xoveniber. The last day of February
and the 4th day of July always occur on
the same day of the week: the same is true
of May Day and Christmas. Philadelphia
A Fair OfTor.
Great Editor Really, sir, you are ask
ing me a good deal to request me to ex
change with your paper. Your paper Isn't
a quarter the size of mine.
Rural Editor Oh, I'll make that all
right. I'll send two or three copies. New
If there are many whose daily diet is too
varied, too luxurious, there are also many
who, through unkind and unpropitious
circumstances, are scarcely able to supply
the wherewithal to satisfy the legitimate
wants of nature.
The oak of Gelemos. which was felled in
1810, realized $4,350 for its owner; the bark
was sold for fl.000 and the trunk and
branches for $3,350 more.
The Mediterranean sea would cut the
United States in two across its greatest
breadth, making an open sea from New
York to Vancouver.
Domitian was assassinated by murder
ers hired by his wife, who discovered that
he had put her name in a list of those he
Intended to destroy.
The natives of Cosla Rica believe that
both memory and- the power of thought an
looted in the liver.
Surprise to All
After uinc "Mother's Friend" two
months I waa so speedily and easily re
lieved thit it was a surprise to those at
tending ice. "Mother's Frlend"undoubt
ly lessee? 1he pains, shortens the time
and restores ihe mother speedily to
hel b. Will recommend it to all ex
p r.unt p others, and ad vise them to use
it. Mrs J. B. R. Muncie, Ind.
Bradfleld'a Female Regulator
oss con, on merit alone, a widespread
and enduring leputalion. It is a com
bination of vegetable agents, the foMilt
or the rxperionce of one who made the
diseases of women a life-Jong study.
Taken according to directions the organs
awake to new life and energy, leaving
the woman free from pain at these per
iods. Soldby ilartz & Bahnsen.
When Baby was sick, we gave tier Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chi.cJren Cry for
For beauty, for corcfo : for improve
roent of the complexion 'ise only Poz
zoni's Powder; thor is no'iiina; equal to.
Children Cry for
CoupjhipE; leads to consumption.
Kemp's Bti'ssra wii Ftop the cough et
many women suiTcr f om Excessive or
Scant Menstruation; they don t know
who to confide in to get proper fidvice.
Doo't conhdo r. anybody but try
$ose!Sc tor PJ1KP.-L. PROFUSE.
8CV-:y.LFt-SC3SC2 a.tl IRSCGUusR
jS fct . : "V.'OTvt.rS" maUsd Tree,
f RStttMfit.;- 1i-i;!.VC3 Of! ttisRla
Sold by Bartz & Bahnsen.
W M M WW a aB m A Uk w BV ,
fA "BBSw- 111 U BT .C
T. H. THOMAS.
SyMI ABSOLUTE CURE FORXwk
WILL NOT CAUSE:
R?3 STRICXURE. toKFWBiji
SiCSS "t P.V, NO STA.-V.B3
.'n. s-c anu i'rw" i&Ja' A
T H. THOMAS Sol" Aeent
Vltt Our ant
fT WILL ROT
m YOU TAKB
tSOO H.warA lor an
jorloas aabaiane. turn
4 oner rtfbnded if men
we ec. Seat nostcald
rassip: of priaa,
bJOMUA UOHTY. Fa'alk tnummr.
Da Moli' '
For sale by all druggists,
Eartx A Babnten
'Tftrr.nViwB-K w.,-.v A
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Tour drnirpiiit fnv a i,.t,i.
Bir O, it cures in a few days
without the aid or publicity of a
mieior. ron-poionons and
pnaranteed not to stricture.
IM Universal American Curt.
The Ivans. Cbsmic&l Co.
u. as. a.
Tu tlmvk wltetlnn tt Swim's ODnnf vhknt
uny IctvriMl iMdtciiM. vlU evf an mm mt Trtwr, Salt
"""wanrclintaerlMlgUMlM. SwM krlniniML
mt mat br nail tor ie n. (BaxaCil.a. adSraaTia.
Swam Sum, Phllait ts, fa. Atk nar dnicdatjt Am
A Xpkro Contest.
To assist in enlivenio the
Holiday Season, the Publishers of
Frank Leslie's WeeJ
have concluded to inaugurate in
America the latest English fashion :
THE MISSING WORD CONTE
Ttese amusing contests are now quite the rage in London, and we h.tt
of one of them in which 217.000 pereons participsted. As each psnicipjr '
tributed a shilling entrance fee, the amount divided among those who tupp'
missing word was large.
The total $53 5C0 was divided among 114 persons, so each cf
these got almost $470.
HERE ARE THE TERMS OF THE GONTES:
cfnrof tbenublisherTi ,thf P'P6' bl?nk 'Pce- be,7,
WOR?.nco EST." 6 envelPetclin! th cP" wd entrace fee honld be written x
The totai oj Itu intranet fee will be devtJed eqoallT aiona thofe wbo co-nr;'T,..
missing word. 3 N
This conpon will be printed every week in Frank Leslie's Weekly until the clcc o' tlr
The resnli of the contest will be annonnced in .he sue of Febrnary I6ih. '
o contestants will be permitted to entr after noon of February lot.
i. i"crn""ernBOeaouDisto wnetheror not tlie pro oed cont.st wae rhif-rtiori-.
tha,.tl''recooldbenodonbtonthcnh1ect the jst-cfficc antboruies haTebefn r
The as8tant Attorney General for the Pott-Offlx! Bepanmentsajsthat if the par-a h f'
?W cniH k'V t"Jroln 'ell-known book to be found In aim. s- eV,.',
ierecondber.oohj ctl.n9 We therefore chantJ th3 paragraph, and tive a qro,,., ;
writer well-known to every reader of Enclish l.t ruture -
THIS IS THE PARAGRAPH:
"He knew, besides, that his powerful friends, who would have
interceded for him had his offence been merely burning a house
or kiliing a neighbor, would not plesd or stand by him in so pitifu'
a concern as the slaughter of this wretched "
All who l ave sent in the missing word of the former arnpraj h are r.rMeTid to rr'
tr :al without paying another entrance f e, or at ihc lr o Hon to wnhdrtw their c-ntritce f. -
StitOIS may ma as manv attempts as they choose,
but each attPmnt milSt V maHo xnnnnn
taken from FR ANK .LESLIE'S WEEKLY, C, Q .
and acoompanie d by the entrance. ret Z w ',
'"Frank Leslie's Weekly" is for sale by
of Chicago, the well known and sncces-ful ppecialist .'n Chran:'dtf eases nd lfeac o
7- '-i Ear, by request of many friends and I aticnts'has d;;IJc4 to re-r.::
Rock Island, Friday forenocn, Jan. 13th, at the RoclCsland He;-
Mohne, Keator House, afternoon of same day.
vnn!tation anl examination free anl cinIentil in fin pvrlira atthajhotel froti iil
tol2ni. OXS DAT ONLY.
. DR. DEYOE
aurgeon-in-Chief Inter-State Asscciation of Expert Specialists is acknowledged :
most skillful practioner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this countrr.
Graduating with distinction from the University of Michigan, he took up the
ji-dcs ui mc tye ana car ana tne so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic .
ievoting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and r
"he world. He is not ,to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who tof
not even a graduate of a reputab!; Medical College, in addition to a large hor
uce he visits a few of the important cities of Illinois and brings his trit kill i:
nence to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatieue. aoorehension, i
aitement of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids :t
-ack oi stilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
Nervous Diseases Nervousness, Nervous
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety, Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
Irom indiscretions or from organic disease
-n other organs. From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay
fever are all curable. The treatment of
rlay Fever must be begun three months at
least before the expected attack. Catarrh,
that terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Ringing in ' the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
ired by the latest and most improved
methods of medical science.
Diseases of Rectum, Piles, i
Fistula, and Uicers cured permanca
out pain, knif;, cautery, or deter.;;
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cur;
wonuerlul new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psora,
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated success
Diseases of the Stomach, Livr,
Diseases of Women pos
taken in time before the nervous
shattered. Delay and improper irca:
the cause of so many unhappy resl
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blon
large majority of so-called Heart .
Diseases of the Eye and Ear a
at ions necessary done without any F1
without the use of anaesthetics.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis, etc, etc.,
and all the terrible disorders consequent on
the indiscretions of youth treated with abso
lute certainty of cure.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Wonderful Cures Perfected 5n cases which have been neglected or unskillfalij
ijp experiments or lauures. After examination, if a case is found incurable,
tent will be honestly informed.
Case8 and Correspondence strictly confidential and treatment sent by maf or
but personal consultation preferred. Send stamp lor question lists. Address
OR, E. H. DEYOE. 789 Warren Ave., W
Proprietoror.of the Brady street
AS Kb Is of Cat Flowers eonrtantlT on hand.
n Houses- Flowcrjstorc-
btijc oortfc of t'entrtl or ne vwpicwx. It-adr atree
m r YAXO MTEB
sions, Mrrn-jHikM, ' a..-- -'.r.lilrin and ljof power wvfJl
OriratIS ll Cither ' ,-.- .iv .,vr r vnr.l..n .n.tiLl l ifl
ne ui txjaniu. oi " . ii:!i!En;B vtiich soon l-mt i mt""';! H
a L,.i aim iTiKuiiirv. ,ti lip OilriVPIlleTlI t.
ich soon l-mt 1 m i H
carry imMI"- "i'J
r e at -ani':"'
or rcjvuui a. - - ;.r?,a tt. . '. it
a Rock island by Hartz & Sshasen Jd Ave. tod SUth tree-