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THE AllGUS, SATURDAY, JANUAKY 7, 1S3.
j-tBJCAUO, KOOl ISLAND A FACiTlC KAUf
O way Depot eornet fifth avenoe and Thirty
ant atreet. Frank H. Plummer, agent.
Council Blaffs & Mlnncso-1
U Day Kxpresa 1
Kansas City Day Bzpreaa...
11 :tt am 4:41am
10:87 pm 6:40 am
SkJpml 8:11 pm
7:40 am 7:85 pm
Washington Kxpresa.. ....
Council bio Si A Minneso
Omaha ana Denvor Vesti-1
bole Kxpreae (
atnart-Rock Island ExpreH
5:40 pmj iMini
Daiiy. tGoing east, ihoius west.
BURLINGTON ROUTS-C, B. Vi. RAIL
wa Depot First avenue and Sixteenth at.
a. J. onng, agent
TRAINS. Liava. iiMTl
ttu 1 on iSspress :40 am 8 :40 am
Bt. 1 oa ii.u 7:87 pm 7:7pm
8t.lau Bxpress fl:45pn: 7:5Sam
Beardstowa Passenger 8:68 pm 10:36 am
Way Krelrht (Monmouth)... 8:00 am l:S0pm
Bterlrntr T'Mene3r 7:65 am 8:40 pm
Btl Pa ul Express 5. to am 8 45 pu
Sterling Freight 11:20 am 10:80 am
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL KA1L
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue. B. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Laara. abbivb.
Mail and tCxpreax 7 00u 9:00 pm
bt. Paal Bxpross 8:F0pm 11:4) am
Ft. is Accommodation Y:4iau: 3:10pm
ROCK INLAND A PBiORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenna and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. LfcAva !abbit.
Fail Mail Kxprose 8h)5 ami 7:05 pm
Express 2:90 pm' 1:25 pm
Cable Xccommodation 9:Mam 3:00 pm
" 4:00 nm :0 am
MOST DIRECT BOOTS TO THB
ast. South and Southeast.
9 ::MS am
in :0 am
11 15 ml
Prti:c ville ..
a sat um
3 :27 pm
8 57 poi
4 :3a pm
4 :55 pm
. : 1:15 pm
.; 3:40 i.m
. ! 4 -IC pm
, 8:50 pm
. j 3:50 pm
. , 6:55 pn
, 7:10 pm
. I 1 :20 am
. 11:00 pm
10: CO am
Ar. Rock ('lad
i 10 :10 am; 8:50 pm
. . . t l :- pm i 7 :uo pm
Accommodation trains leave Ro-k le'and at
II :00a. m. and i!0 d. m: arrive at Peoria 8:50 o
m. and 1:18 a. m. I eave Peoiia 8:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Inland 4 :0u p. m. and 1 :SS
All trains r"n dsPv cxcei.t Snn.lav.
All pase ger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Ciaircron Fast Kr press between Rock
Islond and -'e.iria, bota direcllons.
Through tickou to all points; bactgage checked
inroniTQ 10 aenna:tnn.
Lv. Run Isiaud . I 9.10 am 4.00 pm
Arr. R;-noids ... j 10.20 am 5.08 pm
" "i' 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Acorn. . Accom.
Lv. r'Vyla .2i am H.0 pal
Ar. ReynohU 7 ikl am- 1.45 pm
" Hick Island 7.55 am 3.0ft pm
H. 4. S JOij-jW, h.. ST JU8HOCSS
Siijrlitend.int O :." Tit. Are:
KJCQ'.UINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY Wilt 0CT7U"
0CH VI JDLS ttlFORVATION IHOM A STUDY OF THI8 MAP OF THE
i, KocJc IslasJ & Pacific By.
'''he Direct Ilonte to a.id from Chicago, Joltrt, fKtawa,
I'na. La Salle, Mnllne, Raclt Islniul, In ILLINOIS
JMvenport, Muacatin'?, Ot;uuiTa, Oskaloo&a, Be
M.Jnoj, Internet, Audubon, Harlan and Coancil
HIiiITj, In IOWA ; Minneapolis and St. Paul, In 3! IK-
KESOTA; Watertovn and Sioux Folia, In DAKOTA;
vimeron, RL jxcpb and Kansu City, in JIISSOI'I:!
Omaha, Lincoln. Falrbury and Nelson. In NEBRASKA ;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Hortoii, Tonfka, llutf hlnwn
Wli'luta, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge aty, Caldwell, Id
KANSAS; KJngnener, El Reno aid tllnco. In INDIAN
TLLRITOKY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
tn COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farm In?
ana (razing lanaj, anoraing tne Dest ructUUra of inter
communication to all towns and cities taut and wrst,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Lradlng all competitors In splendor of eqntpment.
between CHICAGO and DE8 MOINES, COUNCIL
DLUFF8 and OMAHA, and between CniCAOO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and rCEBLO, vll
KANSAS CITY and TOPF.KA anil via RT lr.ai7T.rr
Flrst-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, and Palaca RlperMtr. with TMnln rsiv unn.u
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
oivertrtng railway lines, now forming the new
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
over "htch snperbly -equipped trains ran dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Ball
LakeCltv. Osdsi and Ban Fnuiflam. tttw. iwvrr
ISLAND Is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from Lanltou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
cenlc reaorta and cities and mining districts La Colorado,
DAILY" FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
torn Bt Joseph and Kansas City to and from all lm
crtont towns, cltiee and sections In Southern Nebraska
tana'tf and the Ind.an Trrrltory. Also via ALBERT
-LA BOCTE from Kanva City and Chicago to Water
own, filooi Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and 8T. PAUL,
mntr,:3rg for all points north and northwest between
bt !aK oiul the Pacific Coast.
For Ticket Maps, Folders, or desired Information
ipply to any Coupon Ticket Office tn the United Staler
r Canada, or address
. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
C Manager, 3eanTkt.sirawi.ABU
stat:s savings bank.
once Corner Fifteesth street and Third Ave.
Succeeds tt e Moline Savtaes ana-. Organised 188
5FerClT.WmEST .1ID OH DIPOSITS.
(mnlaed aader State Laws.
Open from I a m. to 8 m., and Wednesday and
t atnrday mights from7 to 8pm
Pobtbr Sinora. - - , Fres a era
H. A. AntwoiiT, - - Vice-President
J. F. Heme war, ... caemer
Bt RECTORS :
Porter skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. R e, H. A. Alnsworth,
G. H. l.dwards, W. H. Adams.
Andre Frlberjr, n. F. Hemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made fir private parties in the earden
spot ol the west by the
Orchard State Bank
or ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
E. 'W . I art. President.
J. S. Dart? Cashier.
Mitchell .fc Lvnde. Bankers.
J. F. Rob nion. Cashier Rock Island! National
B ink. .
C. O. Carter, M. D.
Benry Df-rt's Sons, Wholesale Orocers.
Represent . amone other time-tried and icel
known F!r Insurance Companiut e follow.ee:
Royal Insurance Company, ol England.
Weschet r Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
HnSaloOi rman Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
hlocbcstur Uemiiin I is. Co., Rochoetot, N. v
Cilisens Ii s . Co., of PittBbnrgh, Pa .
eun Fire I .fflce. London.
Union Ins Co., of California.
Securitv Ins. Co.. New Hiven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanic Ins.Oo., Milwankee, W'.
3erman F rc Ins. Oo.,of Peoria, 111,
Office Cir, 13th St., and Secoud Ave
ROCK I8LANTT. ILL.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Represeoticg oyer 40 Million DoIU.tb
of Cash ascets.
Fire, Life, Tornado
Bonds of Suretyship.
OfFlE fto-im 21, Mitctie'.I 4 ! Lynde's block
Kock Island. Ills.
ISFdecurr onr rates; they will intcrcs you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company csn affora
Yoqt Patronage Is solicited.
II, M, PEAP.CE,
KGom 33 'n Mitchell A Lynde'e new block.
OR. J, E. HAWTHQRHEt
Teeth extracted witbont pum by the new
o 1716 S cond avenae. over Krell Math's.
3RS, BiCKtL &SCHOEHAKER
Mitchell & Lynde'a Block, Rooms 29-81
ATTORNEY AT LAW-OfflceJ in Mitchell &
Lynde'c n iw block,
JACKHOS & HURST,
i TTOHHE'.'B AT LAW, Office In Kock Isla: d
National Bank Bulldinc, Rock Island, UL
S. SWanut r. o. t. V1S.EIH.
SWEENEJ & WALKER,
TTORNE 8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
lOfftce in B rogston's bloek. Rock Island, m.
MilJilRY b cESIRY,
STTORNBT-b AT LAW Loan money on Kood
acnrtty.makacol'.ectiong. Kef urcuce, ntch.
elliLyndo iiankers. 03:ee in Fostofllce block.
S. W. (WELL,
TTORNET AT LA W-Formerl v ol Port Byron,
1 and durln r th past two years with the firm of
irowninz it Lntrikxn ut Mollue, has now opnned
innmceinthd Auditorinm uuiidlng, room &, at
C. J. Srabj.e. h, w. sBaBlb.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
ITTORNESand Counsellors at Law and So
.Alienors In Ohanoery; office BiJord's bfoek.
A CONfatrT. PRISONER. - 4
Be Easily Proved an Alibi, Although tbe
Evidence tVas Damagins;.
It was a case of chicken stealing, and the
prints of bare feet were found in the gravel
around the henhouse. The lawyer for the
prosecution was one who if he had been
Napoleon Bonaparte never would have
crossed the Alps; he would simply have
pulled them up by the roots and thrown
them over the fence. The prisoner was
an unknown tramp, and lame at that.
"You say you don't know anything about
this theft" queried the lawyer fiercely.
"That's what 1 swore to, sir," said the
"You were in the back yard of Slamtipp'a
house about snpper time?"
"You know the location of the hen
house?" "Yes, sir."
"You were seen on the road in front of
the house some time after dark, eh"
"I was there, sir."
"You were in the yard after dark?"
"Yes, sir, and after supper also, sir," re
plied the prisoner, with a wan smili: at his
innocent little joke In Buch a place.
"And you were seen by the cook sitting
on the doorstep with your shoe od?"
"Yes, sir. There was a pebble in it that
was too big to get out of the same hole it
got in at."
"Now, sir, I purpose to prove that you
made those tracks with your bare feet
while you were stealing t he chickens of
"You can't do it, sir," said the prisoner
mildly, but firmly.
"And why not, pray?" asked the lawyer,
with fine sarcasm.
"Because, sir, I've one wooden leg, sir,"
and he gave a kick that sent it clean across
the courtroom and almost knocked a con
stable senseless. Liondon Tit-Bits.
Cupid and the Cat.
It was in thespring of the year 189 when
I met my husband. I held a position as
artist for one of the large firms in Xew
York city, nr.d he held a position as book
keeper for the firm two floors below the
one vre occupied, and I became acquainted
with him. and soon our acquaintance
ripened into a cloe friendship and many
were the notes he would send up stairs. At
last he hit upon the novel idea of. using the
large oflic-e cat for a messenger boy, and
the first thing in the morning I would see
Tommy r.t the door of my room crying to
be let in; as soon as the door would be
opened he would walk into the room and
wait patiently for me to take the note that
my friend had tied to his collar from him,
and after I would answer it he would stand
still until I gave him a little pt-tiiugCt and
then off he would go and deliver the note
to my friend.
Strange as it may seem, that cat would
not ailow any one to touch him while he
whs carrying the note. Through these
notes friendship ripened info love, and we
called Tommy our messenger boy.
Just before we were married Tommy
disappeared, and we could fiiffl no trace of
him, but niy husband declares he must, be
still living and carrying love messages for
some other happy ones. Cor. New York
A Cirent Combination c.f "Writers.
One of the unique organisations in the
country is what is known as "The Socio
logical Group," a company of men distin
guished as college presidents, professors,
students, literary men and statesmen. It
meets three or four times a year and listens
to papers by different members. The pa
pers are discussed by the group with the
utmost frankness and many of them never
see the light, but when a paper after thor
ough discussion by all the.- gentlemen is
accepted by the whole group as worthy of
publication it is published.
The members of t hisiiist inguished group
are Rev. Charles V. Shields, Bishop Ilenry
C. Potter, Rev. Theodore T. M linger. Rev.
William Chauncy I.nngdon, Rev. Samuel
W. Dike, President. Set h Bow, of Columbia
college; Professor Richard"!. Ely, Bishop
Hugh Miller Thompson, Professor Charles
A. Bricgs, Dr. Washington Chidden, Pro
fessor I'rancis G. Peabody, V.'il'.iam F. Slo
cum, Jr.; Hon. Edward J. Phelps, Profess
or William M. Sloane and Charles Dudley
The Inventors of Clepsydras.
The Chines were the first to invent the
form of clepsydra to which the term "wa
ter clock" can alone be properly applied
that is, an apparatus which rendered
watching unnecessary by striking the
hours. Up to the beginning of the Eighth
century persons had lieeu employed to
watch the clepsydras in palaces and pub
lic places in Chhna. their duty lieing to
strike bells or drums at every "kih" or
100th part of a day.
But at this period a device was con
structed of four vessels, with machinery
which caused a drum to be struck by day
and a bell by night to indicate the hours.
No descript ion of the works of this inter
esting invention can be found. Sir. Romyn
Hitchcock suggests that the Saracens may
possibly have ant icipated the Chinere in
the invention of these true water clocks.
A Mistake Mado by frr-slding Officers.
I think the great mistake made by pre
siding oflieers of both sexes is forgetful
ness of the fact that they are not called
npon to rule the opinions of the meeting.
I have noticed that men as much as women
arc apt to endeavor to control the action of
the meeting over which they have been
called upon to preside, and that is some
thing which I consider always objection
able. It is so very clear a matter that the
chairman is merely the pivot upon which
the whole matter turns and not the con
trolling genius of the sentiments of the
meeting, that I am sometimes surprised to
see people arrogate to themselves powers
which they do not possess, and which were
never intended to be conferred npon them.
M. Ixiuise Thomas in Ladies' Home
Sleep Producing Vegetables.
People who are of a sleepless tendency
should remember that diet is a most im
portant matter in regard to sleeplessness.
A heavy meal will often destroy sleep, and
in other esses a too long interval between
a meal and bedtime causes great rest
lessness. A glass of milk sipped slowly
while a cracker is eaten is often of benefit;
milk, however, does not agree with every
body. Some people recommend as sleep
producing a dish of boiled Spanish onions
with butter sauce or onion soup for dinner.
Fresh lettuce is also said to be very good
for sleeplessness. New York Trimine.
How I'lanta Crow.
Photographs of growing plants show
some marvelous results, especially among
the climbers. The young stems are said
to move in a succession of irregular cir
cular or elliptical curves, which vary in
every direction. These movements are due
to the irregular growth in various parts of
the stem. Philadelphia Ledger.
.. ., " How to Eecine fleshy.
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cures all
nervous diseases, head che, blues, ner
vous prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia,
St. Vitus dance, fire and hysteria, but also
builds up the hony. "I am pleased te
say that after vears of intense suffering
with nervous di-it'ao, headache SDd pros
tration, I tried Dr. Miles' Reatorative
Nervine, aDd in two weeks gained eight
pounds in weight. I could not lie down
o sleep, bu now sleep perfectly easy,
and sm still improving wonderfully.
Cannot sy enough for the nervine.
Mrs. L. B. Millard. Dunkirk, N. Y."
"Ooe customer used Nervine and gained
flruen pounds in flesh. Brown & Mat
btjrt, Cortland, N. Y." Trial bottles and
elegant book free at Q&rtz & Bahnsen's
Admitted the Farts,
Newspaper editors have to he very
cii reful in opening their columns for state
ments. But aware that the Dr. Miles
Sled i il Cc. Bre responsible, we make
room for the following 8,l:i onial from
R Kt D uitall, Ant un., lad., who for two
j ars i oticed stoppage or skipping of
the puVe, hi hfi side tot so le-.der he
c.oul 1 nut lie on it, his heatt fluttered, he
i s fi-m d. -n!t'. OiC-rent doctors,
four..-, '!. '!' f, t't;'. oi.e mu!e of Dr.
ViHV Nev Hcul Ci.re cured him. The
e! Mot i oi k, 'N . ..rd Startling Facts,"
fre- at !W:z & B-tl uscd's. It tells ail
about hetrt and ! irvous diseases and
siany wonderful curts.
NUej Keiva and Liver Pills
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. SsmDles free ai Kartz & Bahn
When Baby was sick, we gave tier Castoria.
When ohe was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she chins to Cantoris.
When she had Children, she gave them Cast or ia,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each day.Most people need
to use it. '
Children Cry for
For beauty, for cooifo i for improve
meal of the complexion sse ouiy Poz
zoni's Powder: there is ruviiin? equii to.
Chilclret Cry for
Coughing loads to consumption
Kemp's Ba!8m will stor the ccuch at
m pi us.
Ki.-k E(i3cho and relieve all the troul)!i uxKt
i.t to a bilious etr.teof the system 8.-1
1'irrJnerie, Nausea, drowsiness, Distr-sft niu.
smt'up, l ain in the Sido, &o. While t!:c:r mosc
rcauisMs success has been shown Lu cuU.:
Ecsc'i.-'h", j-rt Ci.rtr;r"g Litua Lhtsr Una art
rjnsily valuable in Constipation, curing and p: a
Vcatitc tLisanncyinpcomplaint.whilo tl'.cyalro
enrrec t all disorders of the etoraach stimulate tha
l:vcr and ngnlato the bowels. Juveaif thyculy
i-'u.'or from thi'j rtistres.iiuc, complaint: bu: ortn
rrt'l.ythcirgnoduwdrno.sridh.'Tv.Iai.! tfc w.
T. b .icncetry tl:cxn will firid lne liitlo viil-. valiv
t .li.e In ouuiy wr-ysthat t?ioy wiU not b r;l
J ' :Z & c witucut thoia. But after ailsid: hxi
fethaoanocf so many livas thst hcrel3Tlirj
; ?e make onr great boaat. Oar pULicurc -i -. luij
Carter's LiUlo Liver Pilh aro Ttrr r-rrrr.".! r.-i 2
very caey to take. One or two piila mc Uo r. t.o.
They aro strictly vegetable and do no. gn, e tT
y.urpr, tut by Uieir pantln action please all who
uuevhoin. InviolHak25cents; tve l"r CI- zi'ZJi
fcy ro;hjta evorywher:, or suet by i jLi.
CARTER WtEDICI?lE CO., N-w YorV.
This Precious Ointment is the
trinmph of Scientific Medicine.
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with it as a curattvb
and healing application. It has been
used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
Cures Tiles or Hemorrhoids-External
or Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures; Fistula in Ano;
Worms of the Rectum. The relief is imme
diate the cure certain
Cures Bl'rns. ?v-n1dc nn5riifr-,t; ,n4
Contraction from Burns. The relief is instant.
Cures-Boils,. Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fis
tulas, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy
or Scald Head. It is infalLible.
Cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and
Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
Price, 50 Cents. . Trial size, 2 Cents.
Sola by DraccUU, or sent post-paid oa noolpi of prtos,
nraPHmtrs- bed. co., mailt wmiu. bu, jtw tom.
THE PILE OINTMENT
gST0Pr lD RES
IF 4 receiTeil. Send nainn. P. 1 1. and cn.u u ad,is.. -I
foiitoDR KLlNEr AitosTrdvSSrS
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT W A;, c
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagon, eppecia:;.- a.-..
Wee tern trade, cf superior workmanship and tinier, lllnstmied hrir.e Lin hi- -n
tl lication. See the MOLIJiS WAGON before nurchasini;
many women suffir f-orn Excessive or
Scant MenEtruat:cr,; they don't know
who tocenf-.de into get proper cdvice
Don' conhoc ir. anybody bt t try
a ?peciSc lor f AirUL, PROFUSE,
SCAVilY, SbPFSttSTD and IRREGULAR
i Ecok to " VC?:AN " mei!:d free.
E PRAPFIELD RtGliHOR CO.. ftilnnia Gt
Sold Ly Harm Bahnsen
Estate of Rcb?cca Walth, Deceased.
Tr.e undprMfinct hnvirie been appointed exe
cutor of the last will and teMumriit of Rebecca
Walh. late of the county of Hock Islmd,
of ill. noi, deceased, hcrrby give notice th h
will appear bctore the county court or Kock It-lan l
county, Bt th' ofBre of Ihe cicrk of said ourt, in
the city of Kock island, at the March term on
the nret Momlay in Varch next, at which time
all pernors having claims ana.nst paid ecUte are
notified and req-jeted to attond, f.ir the purjiose
of havini; the nme adju-ted. All peTsong in
debted tosaid Cft.tc arc requested to make im
mediate payment to the undtTsiimed.
Liatca tnis itn cav 01 n.crmDw, a. l iw..
"WILLIAM B. PETTITT,
Estate of .T-ecph Kinnan, deceased.
The ondersiirned havineoetn appointed exern-
tor of the last will a:.d trst.iment of Jomph
b.innan, late 01 tne county or kock isiaua.
ftate of Illinois, deceased, hereby irivea notice
that be will appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at the o'.licc of the clerk of
said court, in the city cf Rock Iland, at the
March terra, on the first M onday in March next,
at which time all persons h wing claims against
aid estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estatu are requested to
aiuae lmmcaiaie paymfm 10 ine cuaersiCT.pfi.
Dated tots 1st day or ovcmtT, A. U.
J. S. MATTHEWS, Executor.
3. K. nollowbnsh, M, D. Geo, E, Banh, li. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PHTflOIANS AND SCRGKONS.
OScc 40323rd st. Telephone 1065
Kcaidcnce 731 21st st. 118S
omcK hours :
Dr. Earth I Dr. Uollowbnsh
to 10 a.m. 10 toT.' a. m,
1 to 4 and T tog p.m. I 2 to 5 ai.d 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBLN30N
Eye, Ear, Nose and throat
Offlce McCnllongh Building, lit W. 3d St.
Eoare : 9 to 11 arc : 1 to 4 nm.
J. F. Mtirs, M. D. Geo. W. Wbeeler,'M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
sn uaxties :
Sarery anil ilisraifa of Women
Otice over Erell & Math's. Telephone 1143.
HE. KTF.KS 1 DR. WHBELnt.
6 to 12 a. m. Is to 10 a. m.
to S acd 7 to 9 p. m. 1 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
ce. telephone 1.1X1. Kes. telephone, llDO
EriKO L. Hahvatt. Clabk H. Bopokd.
HAMHATT & EUFORD.
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111. OSce-Room
41. Mitchell & Lyndc building.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR.
Plans and superintendence for all class ol
ftoomt 53 and SS, Mitchell & Lynde building
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New York City.
Refitted and renovated nnder new management,
on the Kuiopean pl.n.
Room rates $1 a day and upward.
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
ttreet cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
UILDRKTH & ALLEN, Prop s.
al aVJ si Uava llrlawiii' 4k
Our rEHTCTtO!t snttUOS fr- -ita rt oo
M CLEAN. D, out STAIN. PRkVEVTS ETKICTri
Coras .()NOP.PBV aca OI.rrT tn "n to ru 1'
A QUICK eRi: t-F.rCOKRHOZ rr ! 'Tfl.
SoUba.! nsruoISTS. tm:z. r- i-rwfcrTt
USi.u! U-t-aCr""'t5' . Iii-O
rVbo desires a (rood boslness position in the 'WorM'a
Fair city should write at onre for ITospettu of the
raoua Metropolitan Baslnesa Oollega, :h:rai;..
Unusual facilities for plarlnn; (rrailuatus. .-'s'.sbllah'jd
V years Occupies Its own mvW1jr.
fl'.a 'it GEO. P.
Dr. Berry's Smiw
located In the moil fashionable, r,::!.-; :,
llghtful portion of Chicago, nenr Lu W
Founded by Dr. Berry lor t lie ski II Till an.: sj.
treatment ani cure (nhen cuniWf) cf a.
for mi t ies, nervous tl iaeases. t b roat au.i
diseases, skin diseases and rhronirg
diseases of women, diseases of th 1..
ami bladder, and all curable chronic Awl
tu wnaiever nature, iney may oe. 1 le n
Is under the personal supervision simc: -
Berry himseif, but there Is tn addition a
physician, a matron and, skillful nurses a.;
lr. Iterry'sKepatatlon as aspe-ia'i.r
vp11 known in Chicaco that there is tm s-.
or references, but for t'e betielit f tr,.v.
cway from Chicago, we refer to the fi'iicir.
REFERENCES TO CURED PATIEKi
Mr. H. Cunnlnghgra, S. I.nke ... i-,
111., cured of G'ttarrh nnd Deafness. -r.K
Arecott, 1163 W. Harrison St.. Chicago rr
Salt Rheum of the hands and leet,
Rose. Downs, McLean Co.. UL. cured rf.-.
Catarrh. Miss Nellie Johnson. Morris, ri
ot catarrh. Mr. C. N. Mason, of Kenslr.r, :
cured of Nervous Debility. Mrs. N. Stif
H19 Flttleth St. Chicago, cured of Vc.
Mr. J. 3. Keller. 2S6 Warren Ave.. Chlmrv :
of Skin Disease (plmplesi. Mr. D. J. "h:r
Civile i miFMl .if Vammfl !.-. .c t 1 - -
riias. Walker. Lyons. Iowa, cured of Skiti
(eczema) 01 wt years ourauon. Hr.Jm.
2S8Conrtland St. Chteaso, cured of fnif.'::
Neuralgia. Mr. M. C. Murphy. Summit,!.;
of Skin Disease, (salt rheuml nnd hai.i-
others whose pictures and the history o! r.
eases are. an printed in Dr. lierrys rv
REFERENCES TO EUSINESS MEX.
H. H. Cooley, of Grepnir. Cooley O.'
Stock Yards, ailcain; J. T. Roberts. .
Hujler'a, 161 State St.. Oilcairo; Han-ev Jer.
the Jenney-Graham Co., 102 Madison St.Cr
D. S. Morse. Western News Co.. 41 Rand-V:
Chicago; Robert Ansley. ChlcapoHerdid.lM!'
Ington St., Chlcaeo; Robert Long, of y.:A
Field and Co., Washington and State ?Ts..C:-4
A. Weinberg, Adams. Westlake MannfaKTj
Ca.Ontartoand Franklin Sts.. Chicago. sr.; at
Whers, all prominent bnslness nwn e( i'.i
whose names and statements are given In t i
Dr. Berrv's book on Chronic Diseases. Scii'"
one. There Is no charge.
THE EMINENT CHICAGO SPECIALIST,
Treats and cures Catarrh, f kin and Nervs
pasea. Including Pimples. Freckles, BlotcS
fula and all Skin Diseases; Disnses of ';
datarri, Broncr.ltls. Asthma. Consumption c
DlsAaAes of tbA (isa. Throat and Luncs:!-
Ttivngtll and Vitality, Backaches. Hwuiii
weaknesses or Different Oreans. Neoraiim
eases of the Kidners and Bladder. Vim."'
Women and all Diseases of the Nervous f
Nervous Debility, Varicocele and ail Deles-'
Dr. Berry Cures Catarrh.
lr. Berry Cares Skin Diseases.
Dr. Berry Cares Nervoas Diseases
Trr Rerrr's "Vliir.- f.fflees are. locate TT
State St,, Chk-arc. ;-.nd ne makes a fCt
week of piiblislnns new cures of .-latlenis. a
Saturday mw, A'nn. Surtda Hmf.
For full Infrnsiti.-in rvirdini sir.lK't
Treatments, Charsres, etc.. also for LT.
XX)s on Lnronic utseases, naaress
DR. a H. Fr7.3T
1!M Slate St., Cticif.
A BSOLUXEiT CTJSE3.
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