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.and l:l.t a.m. Leave Penjia 6:00 a. m. and
1:1' p m; arrivu Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:99
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ail . v'cr tmina arrlye and depart Union
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'"-T? r. Yi,TH THE OEOGflAPHY OF THIS COUNTW WIU 08T
1 'u U .'9i.E INFORMATION FROM A STUDY Of THIS MAP OF THE
Ciiffi-p, Eoct IslaM & Pacific Ey,
rirti-t nm,t, m tKl from Chicago, Jollrt, Ottawa,
. U Si.il,, Mollne, Bock Wand, In ILLINOIS;
Moir .'h Slu,j"l"e. OUuinwa, Okalooaa. Dn
Bmr. , , ""r1, A,"lub0. Harlan and CoHncIl
Kr-i'i'r? u : M,,""1,Pol' and St. Paul, in MIN
W c "" rt Slonx Falls, In DAKOTA;
enuha i. f'','h and K"1"" o MIorEIj
Alc', , Klrm"T and Nelson, In NEBRASKA;
-e.tl . .!""nwonh' n,,rto. Topfka, Hufchlnson.
s -jiu. fi,.l.Tlli,, Abil,ne, Dodw Cltv. Caldwell, In
, ,,;T ;tK,nf,hr.El Reno and Minco, In INDIAN
"' "'7u,i! , :, j ",u' Springs and Pueblo,
rfr..! " T-venw areas of rich farming
Wb,,' ;. ""'"""'olnrtha beat teclllUe. of Inter
n?Z 7 " U ,OWM " and weat,
T 'uthw,!" Chicago aad to raclBe and
Vestibule exprxss trains
r,l?mr,t,",r ta '"" of equipment,
8'rirw "CA0 3 1IOINKS, COUNCIL
C-v,.',," OMAHA, and between CIIICAOO and
KU-is'rTU)hA, SPRINGS and TCEBLO, via
firi n, ,nd tT-KA and via 8T. JOSErH.
CAas "Ti , TCoh. FREE RECLINING CHAIB
nrrZL. filPOT. with Dining Car Bervloa
"rsi ',"" " I,lTer Colorado Spring, with
w W D0W tormlD "
"'s-nocinr mountain routs
rrr!l.7!W7,I,, trmrn. rag dallv
'TltT nuZ L'T dANGE to and from Bait
NH i. F-smrlano, THK BOCK
" 1.11,1, Wrre nr Favorite Line to am
"w , r,""' and aU other aanltarr ani
"and clues and mlrtngdlairlcUln Colorado.
Jty FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
" t..'rl! n'' Kan,,l" ntT t and from all Im
u, ai I C '. aivl TlmrB Southern Nebraska
I. , ' ""Un Trrry. Also via ALPEBT
i-'T,"' Knn" r'T and Chicago tc t at-r-
4f I n '''"EAPOUS and ST. AT7L.
" 'ai., ! pnlm north ,od nortnweat between
r T," u" I'arlflcCoart.
'!,?IOM,rv.Mttr .r"We,- oealred lnfbrmatior
,Q rtdrea. 0ffl0 ta Cnl,d ettt
W-!!"N' JOH SEBASTIAN,
A Pure Norwegian
Oil is the kind used
in the production Sgfl
Of Scott s Emul-
ivgvi 1 ,t 1 V tl i 1 Ti-I
Soda are added
for their vital ef
fect upon nerve
and brain. No
mystery surrounds this formula
the only mystery is how quickly
it builds up flesh and brings back
strength to the weak of all ages.
will check Consumption and is
indispensable in all wasting dis
eases. Pr-rnr-d bT Srntt Tt-.Tr,,. r V. A I d'tinriPta.
E. I'lK HESTER
ITTHNEYAT LAW-OfBce in Mitchell A
i Lynde'e new block.
JA(!kS0 A. HUKST,
Tl-OKKTS AT LAW. Office In llock laiaad
a. at.usu! Bank Building, Rock Island. 111.
SWEEStT ft VVA Lifer,,,
I TTORNETS AND OOITVS SLLDRS AT LAW
Ajftlce iti Bcntfston'e Mock. H.-ck and, lil.
. M-eanty. make co:'octioiiB. K-ri? r.cc, 11r--.b-..yt.de.
be-rkerg. !1oo iu P-iatnUc block.
S. V. 01ELL,
TToriNET AT LAW-Formcrly of Port Byron.
1 and dnrfnir the past two yesm with the Prm of
Irowiiing A Eutrikn at Mul'ine, has row ou. ned
m j'tBce in iho ..u litoriuta bui'.diug, room 5, at
C. J. Skasls. s. W. eablb
SEARLE & SEARLI'..
TTORN'BtS and Onunellnn arl...
Hcttors In Chancery: ofBce Buiord'a block.
R, M. PEARCE.
Ro.iin S3 in M if cbell A Lyndc's new block .
DR. J. Ei HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted withoot pom by the new
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
-RS, BICXEL &SGH9EI3AKER
Mitchell A Lynde's Block, RoonS9-81
I, R. Hollowboth, M, D, Geo, K, Birth, M, D.
DRS. BARTH cfe HOLLOWX3USH,
PHT810I4TTS AND SUROWCNS.
Oce 409 98rd ,t. Telephone 10K5
Uesidcnc 791 81st ft. " 1188
omc hours :
Dr. Barlh Dr. llollowbrdh
to 10 a.m. I 10 tot a.m.
1 to 9 and 7 toSp.m, 3 to5and7 toSp. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Koss and Throat
OBcc 'McCnlloaffb Building, 194 W. Id 8f .
TlAVENPC RT, IA.
Eoara: 9 to II am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mtika, M. D. Geo. W. Wheklir,M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
nT"ry ml nrnva r VTomn
once over Kreli A Miith'e. Telephone 1143.
KB. WTBRS. I DR. WRBliLKK.
to 12 a. m. 8 to 10 a m.
to 5 acd 7 1 9 p. m. I 1 to 8 and 7 t 9 p. m
tee. telephone L200. Re. telepbone. 1180.
JbuwabdL. Bammati. cxahk H. Bdford.
OAMMATT & BUrORI.
AECniTECTS, Ttnok Island, Til . OfU Mi-Room
41, Mitchell A Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR.
Place and inperintendenee for all clivse ol
Booma 58 and 55, Mitchell A Lynde bail-ling
Broadway, Cot. Prince St.. New York City.
RefltXed and Tenovated under new mutgement,
on the European pi a.
Room rates $1 a day and npward.
Reetanrant equal to the beet in the city at mod
.Vtt'i"8 ,r?m.?," R R- 'Mont ui rteam
ooat and ferry landings pans the door.
lllLDRliTU A ALLEN, Pp'B.
ffcC TS"& STr-rr. rrs
Z Wrt.' uKEAT
I "".:fr F?Ft.TADca
L r.Vr". . wlittl UKtH
k irv(vi. it f t .
bit pati-nu.f - , ,
rP tfyyt etc,
v. belle free to
iin-v- ?.:-ir.iu n " S tv Onmranr' vitht
snv ll,""t H --1I-,'.. win en, any (m of iwr. Bill
Bntnia.atnrw.. u, T..tMb.aans.pL9lM.rr7 tw.Aa
fw w pUMnm or tu thMlng. Udr4nii
m ew by nil hiltli I Bum. II . Ad n. o
I llSSIli HS n,.v.i mo remainuer 01 his davs in
Eighteen hundred girls were gradu
ated from the Boston Cooking school
Mme. Minnie Hauk has been made
a member of the advisory council of
the world's fair.
Gen. R. iJ Lee's signature is worth
$10 in the autograph market. Gen.
McClcllan's $3, and Gen. Sherman's
Tiburzi, an uncaptured Italian ban
dit, died of old age recently. He had
been sentenced to death thirty-seven
Baby Ruth, it is said, although only
a year old, already can speak two or
three words. She looks like her
But for his delicate health Ruskin
would have been elected president of
the Society of Authors to succeed
The prosecuting attorney of Kaskas
ka comity, Mich., was elected in 1S86
by one majority, in 1S88 by two, and
iu 1S92 by four."
Mr. Gladstone was in Parliament at
the early age of 23, but he seems to
have more irons in the fire now than
he ever had before.
Mme. Christine Nilsson has given
1,0'.)0 toward founding a hospital in
France especially for the cure of
diseases of the throat.
Madeline Iirohan, one of the rnot-t
charming of the actresses of the l'ran
cais, turns out to bo the daughter of a
Scotchman named Brown.
When the young king of Spain has
been a bad boy he is taken to church
instaadot being allowed to spend the
Sunday in seeing a bull fight.
Professor McFarlane. of the Texas
university, does not take much stock
in Genekul Dyrenfort h's experiments.
''Noiee doesn't bring rain," iu bis opin
ion. The czar of Russia is the largest in
dividual land owner in the world. The
area of his possessions is far greater
than that of the entire republic of
Mrs. Ellen Richards has a new word,
"Ekology." for domestic science, u hich
may, with more safety than ever, be
now included among the ekk-ctic
Mrs. Sarah Kiple, of Scranton. Pa.,
is 99 years old and has smoked since
she was 2). She hasspeut a thousand
times as much in tobacco as she basin
Dr. J. C. Hepburn and wife are in
San Francisco, after thirty-three years
of missionary work in Japan. "Mrs.
Hepburn was the first white woman to
enter that country.
A novel position in German journal
ism is that occupied by Israelitinche
Uausfrauen Zcitung. of Leipsie. It
will confine its cfT.rls to the interests
of Jewish women.
Jesse Grant, the vounffest son of thn
famous General, is now settled down
with his family at Piedmont, Cal.,
where he has been quite successful in
the mining business.
M. Charpentier de CossiVny, of Paris,
a retired general of division of art ill
lery, escaped all the dangers of battle
only to be killed by a fall downstairs
in his own residence.
Queen Victoria and her three daugh
ters, Princess Christian, Princess
Louise and Prince Beatrice will be
among the contributors to the woman's
department of the world's fair.
Anson Pheins SUike's new "cottage"
at Lenox, Mass., is to be the largest
one in that fashionable resort. It is to
be 4)1 feet long and 100 feet wile, and
its walls are to be of gray granite.
Princess Dolgoronki. the Russian
violinist, who has come to this country
for a concert season, is descrilwd as a
"dim and graceful young creature,
kith fair hair and a pleasing fact."
Henry Yillard says that Prince Bis
marck owls $50,000 of stock in an
American street railway company.
This explains the ex-Chancellors sur
prising impudence in bluffing t he Ger
Over $600,000 was bequeathed to the
poor of Boston by the late E. V. Ash
ton, of that city, but the money has
only just become available through
the death of his childless widow at
Tunbridge Wells, England.
The youngest woman who ver came
out of the west and won fame in the
east is probably Mrs. Eva Wilder Mc
Glasson, who is still nearer 20 than
25, and who has written a remarkable
story called "An Earthly Paragon."
Moses Lorio, a wealthy Hebrew who
died recently in Milan, left a fortune
estimated to be worth $5,000,000 to the
City of Milan to found an institution
to supply work to worthy persona
unable to find employment elsewhere.
Edwin Gould has ordered from a
press-clipping bureau "all the com
ments and accounts about" his father
which has appeared, or will appear, in
"all the newspapers of the world." He
will have a mass of cheerful reading
for the family.
The executors of the will of W. J.
Gordon, the Cleveland millionaire,
have refused to accept the compensa
tion provided for them in that instru
ment. $5,000 a year, because it is not
explicitly specified that they shall each
have that amount.
Mr. J. TV. Delano, of San Francisco,
till preserves a piece of the blood
stained white silk dress worn by Laura
Keene on the night of President Lin
coln's assassination. The actress as
sisted in caring for the wonnded man
until help could be summoned.
It is related of the late Thomas
Adolphus Trollope that be said, with
the simplicity which always character
ized him: "My English novels I can
sot recommend; I know very little
? radically of English life, but all that
have written of Italy and Italians is
Cowper's house at Weston Under
wood, England, is much as it was dur
ing his residence there. The touching
lines in his own handwriting upon the
shutters of his bedroom, written on
the moraine of the day he left it to
"l nl tue remainder of his days in
am hiu i legible..
Miss llerrps(li,,rT .l.,,,r,k. .u.
...u, muiiiiti vt l 113
famous blind designer of achts, has a
thorough nantit:al education, and is
familiar with all that relates to marine
architecture and construction. She is
her father's assistant in his plans and
drawings, ami describes to him iu de
tail the work as it -royr,,ciSf.s.
Senator Randall I Gibson, of Iui
iana. has buffered from gom more or
less for thirl v years. His condition
was such a few months ago that he
was anxious to retire from the Senate,
but his friends objected so strongly
that he refrained from so doing. 'al
though conscious that his condition
David A. Wells says that $10,001,
OOO.OOJ have been wasted during the
last forty years in whisky and other
intoxicants. An old toper' doubts the
correctness of Mr. Wells' statement.
He thinks that money spent for an ar
ticle three moderate " drinks of which
will make a man feel as if he owned
all of the I'niled Slates and part of
Canada canuoi be said to have been
The in-.isi beautiful unmarried vounw
princess in Europe is the yoiinrest
daughter of the king of the Belgians,
the Princess Clementina. She i" just
22. very tall, has dark hair and eves
and carries herself like a queen. The
suicide of her favorite brol lier-in-law,
the Arclxlnke Rudolph, ami the death
of Prince Baudouin of Flanders, who
had been mentioned as her possible
husband, has combined to impress her
with the f'-eling l!:at she should speud
her days in the retirement of a con
veut. YakeaNite of :t!
Read it ova r and over ag'-iti, fuel! it ot t and
slug it, until it is indi'lib'y fixe! in yoar mind,
'.h.t Dr. Sa.eV Catarrh lemcdy it aa tufalilde
J rrrt f,.r chronic ca'arrh ef the head, with all Its
(liftr s :rg c-mplic tors. Impanel tatc and
. smeli, (ff ns ve b:ta h. r ngii.g no.ecs In the
I Lead, defi'Cti''e h arinb nose and threat nil
I m i.ts ait not only relieve,!, hut .: tlxel, und
pei-mnnBnt'y cured ! This is no fancy of the im
rgination, but a hard, solid fact, proven over aud
over sgMin, and vouched for, nnder a forfeiture of
J'00, by its mauufMctnrrrn, th World's Pipen
ear., Wedical a-B ciation, bnffalo, N .V. "A mora
to the wise s sufficient. "
One of ( tiau-i-ey M. IK'pcw'i jstorica.
Chatiecey M. IH-pt-w tells thisstory: "Xot
long sii:t-:' I w.is down In New England at
a railroad nut-tint;, when- I w:;scallcd upon
to pas cpon a legal question. There was
prt.s-i)t mi tmine',,1 representative of a west
fcrn riiil:o.-ul t-f tL- Colorado Kptes.
"1 do not rv.:er to the i,muo bug or to the
Colorado bci-t !c. 1 mentioned to him that
tbe thinp ho intended to do w;is ultra vires,
upon whii h he mined to another railroad
man and said- 'I would like to know what
Depew meant about the ulterior virus. We
thought it was of the smallpox species.' "
New York World.
Worth Hunctreda ot Lcilars.
Mv wife us-ed rrry two bottle of
"Moirer't Friend" b fore her thin! con
finement. Pays en, would not lie with
out it for hundreds of dollar Had not
hidf as mure trie.b'e as before. Dock
Micks, Lincoln P r'sh, La Sold by
Hsrtz A RHbnn
WomaD hts been compts ltd to suffer,
not only b;:r Ills, but th se arising
from a 'ant of krowle U-c (.d the part of
those with hom shft stints connected.
In the m"n?;oris of the rich rnd hovels of
the poor, unniHt) hh.s beer Iih- the pa
'C:t viclini rf ills unknown io mno. But
now the b' ur of her reoaitMi.n has
com. Rrsdfit Id's Vi nmle Rceulntor
cures all ri'.ec-srs i-ec liar to l-.:r sx.
S Id by Hartz & Rtr.s,-u
v4 v W.
ill m m w fil
is and will ever be the
Gout, Influenza, Backache.
W Pains in the Side. Chest and
j onus, jn euraigia, sprains, lice.
Before von seed to buy, obtain
tw-PREE OF CHARCE-C
the valuable book: "Guide to Health, "with
endorsements ot prominent pajaipiaiis.
, A Tl I,U l.'tibi-
T. AD. RICHTtR &C0.,
17 W..an C
.NEW YORK.7k i
Prize Medals Awarded 1
European Honaeei Rndolstadt, London,
Snremberg, Eonstein, Leipsio.
25 & 50 Cta. a botUe, For Sale by
EOSCT T0 ZOEZSITI
"d other anrggtew-
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing; Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting1 Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowrels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. O. C. Osgood,
Oastorla h the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and uae Castoria in
stead of trie various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing Byrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
.hcm to premature graves."
Dr. J. F. Kincbhloe,
The Centaur Company, TT
IN CORPOBATXD TJNDBB THK STATU UW,
Roek Island Savings Bank,
rook island, ill.,
Ooon daiiy from la. ta. to 4 p. and Satnfday evenings from 1 w 8 o'clock.
Five r.-r cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal. CoJ
lateral, or Real Estate Security
V L MITCHELL, pre.. f c. DBNKMANN, yice-Prea. I. M. BUPORD, Oaahiei
P. U Mitchell, B. P. Reynolds, F. O. Denkmann. John Crntnneh, H. P. Hull,
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, K. W. Gnnt, J. M. Bnford.
Jackbob A Hubst, Solicitors,
-ftegan bnsiaeSB July 8, 180, and ocenpy the ontheaet comer of Mitchell Lynde's aew
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers.
226 Market Square.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIM3EBLAKE & SPENCEB, Props.
R G.Hudson. M.J.Pabkik.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth, et. Rock Island
Davenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN AT.T, DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
J. C DUNCAN. Proprietor.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AMD ARCHITECTURAL IROMIIYORK.
XV kmds.of brass, browe and almminum bronae easting, all .hade, and tender. Jiak
a specialty of toaas metal pattern and artistic work.
Shof i Orrc-At 1811 First .venne. near Ferr, landing. . ROCK ISLAKD.
J. MAQER, ProprietoK
J pT a V. 11 Ar" BALWI TloaiiMHi the Kaaal
lf ,!TLHKeK' A,1' 1'ain said Inflammation, Heat
m -rrw a aate
U f vj
1 Gives BUef at once for Cold I
I Apply rate lk HottriU. It U v-k
wSOc iruxU or by mail. LTBBO&,MVV
" Castoria is so well adapted to children thas
I recommend it as superior to any preacriptioa
known to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D..
11 i So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispensary,
Allen C. Smith, Pret.,
Murray Street, New York City,
w tmf li, and Vnt