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d rntipiDt: me to stnger ax
Ofi;n hen a, my work.
j 1 woul'l altun.sv t'o io 8iL-eD and wounl
Prosperity Without a Parallel in hVe 10 w k 'u,,d ' I i
. severe he viKCbrf; fjiiurc of mi;inor ami
EAST. I JWbst.
rvioaern ivieaicai t-ractice.
THE- PUBLIC CONTIDENCE VON.
partial ritfafnf'!'ri. Af tr henrin of the j
, A Minneeo-1
HK m! 4:4 m
THEAHGUS. WEDNESDAY, FEHKHAltY 18i,;5.
THE TRAVELED GUIDE.
Tirf). 1 tk ,.t.n td TM:
ai - r. fnrr.ci - - - -
pntC' f 7:40 am t:5 pm
jolt W,e, ,,'ted . . . ! 4 :4d aml'll ;10 pm
"ck i'.ind Expres'l 6:40 pm' 9:8am
fn!l mnrimi. iioidk weal.
KOCTB-C, B. Q. RAIL
avenue ana Bixveentn at.
I T :87 pin
1 :S0 pm
Pli... .hi i Monmoatb)
7 :W am
-TrTrtlLWAL'KBIl A 8T. HAUL RAI-
C"1 - Hicinc oathwetern Division le
"'TTih .rr..L between First and Second
9- f. nris'lon
"TnLANI PRORIA KAILWAY-DS
R mi Pin" " ""a Twentieth atreet. F,
1 :2f pre
2:i pm f
4 :00 nrrx '
.i.-.:T(Ai"?l?hAR R-PfDS A NORTH
K irn ral' ai. depot f t of Bra.ly rtr.-et.HaT-
1 i.- I.nn -I. in. I.
T'k'i Paa A--ent.
3 Itf am
10 4S am
-L't'.- "'t Davenport.
KWT D'.tiKCT KOUTB TO Tok
East. South and Southeast.)
11 :1ft am
I?. Hnei Island,
ii. On jn
4 :55 pm
1 :15 pm
8 :40 pm
8 :50 pm
1 :'4i am
pi. umi" . .ot
rcfcwui 11 :00 pm
Lf. Piri 110:10 ami
ir Itr lnr.4 .... I l:Wpml
7 m pm
AccommoUiinr. trains leaTe Ro-k fe'and at
1-iiU m. and 6 3) d. m: arriTe at Peoria 8:50 p.
cud 1:19 s.m. l eave Peojla 6:00 a. m. and
1:15p.m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p.m. and 1:5
i:' trim rin daily exrept Sanda?.
Allp.je jer trains arrive and depart Union
FCn!rcron Past Btpress between Rock
h on Jeoria, both directions.
TimUt-n ticket io all points; batgaire enecked
It. R-x-i W.nui 9. 10 am 4.00 pm
Art . nVrnrtiJn 10 80 am 5.06 pm
" ''Ve 11.00 am 5.40 pm
lAccom. I Accom.
" Hri !!and....
! 6.9) m 11.0 pm
7. 00 ami 1.45 pm
1 7.55 ami 8.00 pm
O .v."' Tt. A.m t
"viiTrr!) sirs the otowitw or this couhtrt win obt
(UillS WtORMATIOH FROM A 8TU0Y OF THIS MAP Of THE
:2 a s aW.i
sp, Eoci Islanl & Pacific Ey.,
Uml Krm, to from Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa,
'-na, la s ille. Mnline, Rock Inland, in ILLINOIS;
""npnrl. M,i.Une, Ottmnwn, Oskalnosa, Vm
"""t v.infprwt, Audubon, Harlan and Coancll
In IOWA ' Ulrnull. a. utu.
J' -'OTA; WMertown and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA;
Atnwno, st, jnnn.i, tnd KanMU ctT , MISSOURI)
" Un"i. Fairbury and Nelson, In MKI1RASKA ;
" -vR. uari-nworth, Ilortni:, Topeka, Ilutcbln'on
jims. HcitfTiiie, Abilene, Dodfre City, Caldwell, In
I Klnr"bfr, El Reno aril Mlnco, In INDIAN
-If0 ':V; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
h , - Traverses new areas of rich farming
Bffinj landB, affording the beat facilities of Inter
"tMiuintHn to all towns and cltlm east and west,
Z-' ""1 southirest of Chicago and to Tacldc and
Vestibule express trains
"Kr.s All i.iii . . - , .
Elr,C"ICAr' lnd MOINES. COUNCIL
irvv? M 0MA1TA, and between CHICAGO and
tL ro''"llAI)0 SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
rwi uiruA ana via oi. jiir..trii.
ntZ! "lr O1 FREE RECLINING CHAIR
w i-JaoB Sleepsra, with Dining Car Service.
. "'awaions at llranr anri fhlnnHn Rnrtnn with
"fiing tulvty hnea, now forming the new and
tNS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
tHRr n-rMy-niitpped train ran dally
""OCT CHANGE to and from Bait
. rdea and Ban Fnchm. THE ROCK
ta h Uis Direct ana FaToriU line to and
'-Aoltou. Piv, Pm, and all other sanitary and
nm3" and clues and mining districts In Colorado.
ACr FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
t Jnffr.h mnA 1.-- ri.- .11
j" ini. cities and sections in Boothern Nebraska,
aw ti ndliln xmltatr. Also via ALBERT
n-,raKnMCltTid Cbicago to Water
-1-11 Fall, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL.
k. '..i1"1 f"r " P01nts nnrtb and northwest between
t' the Pacific Coast
! ' leu Mal. Folders, or desired tnformatloo
,L ''y C"rn Ticket Office in the United state
T e. .
mQHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
- jaunaiw. Chart TW. Paw Aft,
uuica rjt ; i.t.
.iw ,,.; . :; -vnBjl.,
-IV U UK.
THE NEXT MORNING 1 FEEL BRIG -IT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
Xt (lortnr myn It art (rmtly on tho nnn aeh, Itrer
and klilnwTii, ami luaplramnl laxaUTe. 7nta Orfnk
l made from hrtia, and U preparud for oat aa easllT
ah nrnmnna aell It at Br. and 9t.t per narknre.
jniT one to day. Line'! Family .M.-ilrl ie move
thft miwpIi mcL dav- tc uruur tu In- iieiUthy. tiite
ook's Cotton Root
A recent dlproTery l. an old
phTflriim iinrceBH'ullT ned
n nntblv by thon-an la of la
dles. Ik the only perfectly
efe and reliable medicine
dicoT.Ted. bewa-e of on-
nrincmled t1rrctit(- who of
fer tnfer(o medicines In place of thia. Axk for
Cook's Oottok Kit CoirociB. tke o-j enhwii-
tnte. or inclane 1 and II co t in portage in letter,
and we will eenrt, sealed, by return mall Fall
senled particnlars In plain enrol pe, o lad let
only, 1 ptanjpn- Andrews
POND LILLY fC PAN Y,
Wo. 8 Fl-her Block, Octroi. Mich.
So'd In Rock Inland by Msr.'hall A Fhhei. Hs'
per Hoii-w, Hana .k Bnn-n i;h street and 3a
aTe-.. and drnrrv-Hie t-ve-v-h"r-.
M tchell A
" LvnaeV n:w block.
JACKSON X HUKST.
TTO V3Y s .T LAW. Office. :n Roc't '.sla-.d
il:oLi! liunk ButTdlnf. Hock inlauc. III.
t. aWCRNKT O. V. WAI ItSK.
ITTOn-SEVfl AND CIHTNS!il.MRS AT LA
luuro m tsen?!ion s mooa, kock ieia iu, ill.
XcEMRT Jt JfcEMRV,
a TTORNBY'S AT LA Loan money ou eood
I) snenrity, mke collections.
ell A Lyndo. Kankers.
OfBoe in Fo'toW; hloci.
S. W. 00ELU
t TTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Pi.rt Byron.
A and darine the past two years with tie firm of
trownlne A Bntriken at Hollne. has no- opened
m office in the Anditoriam baudlne, rtom 5, at
C. J. 8BASXB. 8. W. (BABXB.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
t TtORNEtS and Coansnllors at Law and So
Alfcitors In Chancerr: office BLiord's block,
R, M. PEARCE.
Room 33 in Mitchell A Lynde's new Mock .
CR. J. E. HAWTHORNE.
Teeth extracted wlthoot pain by tbe new
No 1716 Second avanne. over Krell math's.
3RS. BICKEL & SCH0EK1AKER
Kitcboll & Lynde's Block, Rood s 29-81
J, R, Hollowhash, H, I), Oao, B, B irth, M. D.
DBS.BARTH & HOLLOWIIUSH,
Physicians and Stjrgkons.
A AfHee tnaZIrd t.
Kesidcnc 791 aist st. " 1188
Dr. Barlh I Ur, llollowbnih
9 to 10 a. m. I 10 to 1!S a. an
1 to land 7 to 8 p.m. 3 to5aLd7'0 8p. m.
DR. CHA8. M. HOBINtiON
Eye, Ear, Nose and TfiroatU,:
Office HeCnllongh Building, 194 W. Id St.
DAY EN PC BT, IA.
Doors : 8 to 11 am : lto4 om.
J. F. Mtbh, M. D. Gao. W. Whkbxsb,:m. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
sturtrerw and Ilaea4i-a of Women
Office over Krcll A Math's. Telephone 1143.
OR. WTBBS DR. WHB fl.BR.
to U a. tn. 18 to 10 a m.
to 5 and 7to9pm 1 to 8 and 7 t P. m
tea. telephone 1200. I Itex. telepbone, 11D0.
Kdwaad L. Bakbati. Cuakk H.TlnFOBD.
HAM MATT & BUFORI).
a RdlTTECrs, Rock Island, TT1 Oil to Room
XX 41, Mitchell A Lynde building.
GEO. P. STATJDUELAR.
Plau and superintendence for aire ass of
Rooms 53 and SB, Mitchell A Lynde bni ding
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New Yotk City.
Refitted and renovated nndcr new ma iimnrat.
UU me ik. luir.u pi u .
ttoom rates 11 a dav and nnward.
Restaurant eqnal to the best in the el tv at mod-
t-tteet cars from all R.R. stations sad steam-
ooai ana terry mnnn e- pass the door.
lilLDRhiU ALLEN F-wp's.
rTho desirs a eood barrness pnltion t no WotM
lrclty sbmiM wr!to at nni-o f,rlrosije tc ortne
m.Mra jnr,n'pniiii I51IMe-s Jr,i:ftue WlCaO.
lmnsnnlfacllltesforpla'lnB;ffTndua!s. : Ublliue
ysoxa vocupteaitsown bt'iiitfiiir . -inui
...f . i-trier).!
The Well Uesi-rvedlHuierM f the
Kpee laliN of ih HtsekhsukC Mrdi
l laaiitnie TJnder ihi Maperfistleai
of Its niHilacruisinecl rarr, Dr.
C. Mtiekhoaae -Aa Ksnpliaile At-
8 access is the supreme and odIv test
of true merit.
The succe-8 of Dr Sickhoue and
bis susooisies in the treatment of tbe
m.iladit s to whxh yet-n ef study, train
ing. investuatiiin and pnetice hive de
voted is without a parallel io modern
Smcethe eRtahlisbment of the Suck
hause Medical Institute at Divenport,
tbe .bnt fi'8 conferred by these special
systems of ire-ument nave attracted pen
era! atieniioo froin tbe medical profes-
tion in Iowa Df) Illinois ; hf.ve esced
the a lmira inn of all who have heard of
the cure effected and have g lined for
these specialists the ful't-Bt confidence
atd hifc'hest eteem of the public
And vet tbeir work has hut fairly be
gun. or every patient that has received
the heot tita of this t-um nor. Duccesnful
treatment, there arr- m my wlio have
been postponitij; f-o n day io dv their
contem.tiated vi-.it in the iosti'.ute, Tne
mi-jirity of t'tirse hie sflf. rers wbu have
snugh'. relief from ami!) phtsictans and
self-styled ppe-.ialiats'' until nearly dis
couraged. To all such tht! specialists of
the Stackhnuse Mediral Ios nute make
ibis emphatic announcement:
A'l canes that have failed to receive
benefit fr'm the treatment of others sre
esp ciHl!y suliniied. Nj matt' r who has
treated you or what they hdv-i said, do
not despHir until your cae h .s het-n
passed uuon by Dr. Stackhouse a d bis
After due consideration. D". Rtank-
bOQg; has decided t continae the $5 per
moctb rate for all patients and all dis
eases ontil March 15;h.
Whoever you are or whatever your
inaladv mav be, tbe skilled trea'mentof
the specialists of this in-i:iture, includinc
conaultafon, ex-itnin-ttion, eTVcm and
medicines will be given you until M trch
lCth at the nominal charge of $5 per
month. All under treatment by that
time will be continued at that rate until
This is positively the last extension of
the $5 rate as applied to all pavients and
A ROCK ISLAND MAN.
sent of nr. John Nnyitrr, r K
ISIS Eighth Aveuar.
Mr. John Snyder, of 1312 Eighth ave
nue. Rock Island, is employed at the
v ilson Buggy works at Moline. Qe
was a sufferer from ca'arrh and iti com
plications for etgnt years and this is
what he says of th Stackhouse system
MR JOGN SNYDER.
During all the eieht year I suffered
I never fouo.' any remedy or any treat
mDt one-half so cffi-ctual as tbe system
employed by these specialists.
LIKE ANOTHER MAN.
statement of Sir. ratrlek Kinney of
Weal MrrmdNt . Ilavenport,
Mr. Patrick Kinney, a venerable
emen. aged 80. who resides with his
son on West Second street, Davenport,
suffered from rneumntism and Irnm na
sal and bronchi-il catarrh. After a course
of the Stackbouse treatment be said.
MB. PATRICK KINNEY.
"Two weeks from the day I first vis
ited the doctors. I walked into their of
fices in the Whitaker block looking and
feeling like another man. I am firmly
convinced that tbe specialists of the
Stackhouse Medical Institute are
thorough masters of tbeir profession and
with the ability to cure most of the cases
that are given up by ordinary family
physicians aa incurable."
Ilw They llissppesred in the Case or
sir. V. O. t:ile.
At No. 415 West Eighth street, Daven
port, lives Mr. C. O. Cole, machinist at
tbe Cbic-tgo, Rock Island & Pacific rail
road shops. His exDerience with the
Stackhnuse treatment is briefly related as
"My trouble began about three years
aeo, but baa been much worse this win
ter. I bed frequent and severe attacks of
MR. C. 0. COLE.
grest benefits the fflic'ed were receivmi;
at tbe St tckbouse Medical Institute, I ap
plied for treatment. The results in my
cwb case more than verified the manv
goad repons 1 had herd. I cn heartily
leqomm-nd tbem and conzratulate th"m
uHn the success that everyone knows
the are h-tyine-1'
SUCCESS ON EYERY PAGE.
Of the Record of One of the Moat Dlstin
( Bjralshed I'hyHlelana of the Century.
tr. Stad-hme is a graduate of tbe
MJidicil College of Indinna, where he was
viii diciorian of bis class He has been
Louse physician of the Indian-p.lis City
Hopitnl H- w-8 a stuJent of
tbe Now York P!yc!i..ic and oth
er' New York Iusti'uMons devoted
to tbe higher brunches of medicine.
HiR diploma hears the written ea
d'lfsement of J ffrson Medical College of
Philadelphia, this endorsement having
Ot en gained by passing a regular exami
nation and being t?ierefore equivalent to
a second grHduation. He is now presi
dent of tbe American Association of Exi
p ft specialists. Dr Stackhnuse is
licensed tn practice medicine in 12 states
and in most of the urent c ties of tbe
union. On his coo-ulting staff re 12
prominent phsician4 who are available
for consult ion at any time all traintd
specialists wno have been carefully in
structed in the special sys'era of treat
ment ('evjaej, developed and demon
strated by D-. Stackbouse after vcars of
research Dd study.
Stackhouse Medical Institute,
Purmancntly located in
Rooms 17 and 18.
(First Floor. Take the Elevator.)
Corner of iB.tdy and Third 8trtta,
All cnrable diseases treated with suc
cess. Hp cialties: Eve. Ear. Nose,
Throat and Lungs; Nervous Diseases.
Bu od Diseases and Skin Diseases.
ucc.-esful treatment by mail. Write
for stmptom blank. Consultation and
Offlcs Hours 9 to 13 a. ra , 3 to 5 and
7 to 8 p. m .
Sundays 9 to 12 m. only.
4 County Clerk to Junes Qilnnsi
lots 5 and 6 block 44. Chicago or Lower
add , Kock Island.
' County Clerk to J-imes Qainn, f J lo;s
1 and 2, block 45, Chicago or Ljwer
add.. Rock Island.
- William H uh to Isaac Ericksen, part
lots 2 and 8, block 50, Chisago add
Rock Island. 1 1,500.
Bridget Mironey. by conservator, to
Hf man Lewis, lot 7. block 6. Soecccr & 3
f .w.'n aAA T ,W T. I .. ..A on Q ill
4 Oounty Clerk to James Q iinn, t
i s J it. 16, 5w.
County Clerk to James Qui on, nej swj
and v.J sej ewj 1, 1C, 6w.
6 Ecate of Leonard Zantgraf. R. C.
Clark appointed special administrator to
contest claim of Peter Kicg, administra
tor. Claims beard and allowed. Other
Es'ate of John Vaudeever. Proof of
notice to creditors. Claim F L.Vandee-
Etate of Anna Klabn. Final report
af admimstratr.x and receipt of heirs and
distributees filed and approved. E -it ate
clo"ed and administrator cicharged.
E 4i ate of Ueorge J. Z egler. Report of
distribution filed and approved. Estate
closed and administrator discharged.
Estate of John W. Ciement. Appraise
ment bill and widow's award filed and ap
proved. lh Ady or using
Of Hood's 8areaparllla is always within
the bounds of reason because it is true;
talways appeals to the so tier, common
sense of thiuking people because it is
true; and it is always fully substantiated
by endorsements which, in the financial
world would be accepted without a mo
For a genera family cathartic we con
fidently recommend Hood's Pills.
PCP.ELY a vegetable compound,
made entirely of roots and herbs
gathered from the forests of
Georgia, and has been used by miliions
of people with the best results. It
All manner of Blood diseases, from the
pestiferous little boil c i your nose to
the worst cases of inherited blood
taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism,
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
tree. fcwiFT Srnciric Co., Atlanta, Ua.
Gastoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance lt: 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 vomiting: Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething; troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea-the Mother's Friend.
"Csuttorla is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. O. C Oroood,
Cestorla is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
for distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of tbe various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing optum,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
hem to premature graves. "
Da. J. F. KntcBELOB,
The Centaur Company, TT
mCORPORATKD TTKD-B TEE STATS UW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
BOO- ISLAND, ILL,,
Open dally from 9 a, m, to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from T to 8 o'clock.
Fi-e -er oent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on ParsonaL Co
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P L. MITCilBLL, Pres. F O. OSNKMAMN, Viee-Prae. J. M. BTJVOBO, Caskdai
P. L. Mitchell. S.P.Reynolds, F. CDenkmann. JohnCmbangh, H.P. Ball,
PhU Mitchell, L. SUnon, S. W. Kurst, J. M. Barord.
Jaoxsob HtrasT, Solicitors,
t- Began bnslness July 8, 1890, and ocenpy tbe .ontheast corner of Mitchell Lynde's new
Muiiro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bate.
226 Market Square.
And Dealer in Men'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,
TIMBER!. A KE & SPENCER, Props.
R Q. Hudson.
All kiads of Carpentering
tarnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. and Seventeenth st. Rock Island.
Q)avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN AT.T, DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Al" kmde of brass, bronae and aluminum; bronze casting, all shades and tempera Kak
a specialty of brass metal pattern and arUstie work.
Shot j n On rtcB At 1811 First avenue, near Ferry landing, - BOCK ISLAND.
J. MAGER, Proprietor:
I I v-
- , . , v. wn, i..rw
Gives Relief at one for Cold in Head.
Applp into th Smtrila. It is (nwti A bfiorbed.
SOc. lrucKU or bj mail. ELY BEOS-, 66 Warren N. T.
Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior toany prescription
known to me,"
H. A. Archer, K. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, It. T.
Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of tbeir experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among on
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 Dispkbsakt,
Bo, ton, :
Aixjtk C. Smith, fYrs.,
Murray Street, New York City.
M. J. Pabkk.
promptly attended to.
J. C. DTJJSCAN. Prorjrietor.
ELY'S CREAM BALM-Cl-nee the Knsal U 1V. iht M
FasaaceH, Al .ya Pnln aud Intiammatiou, llniH K-j . PE f0?j1
tiwi. ma nmrii, Hiia i :ui c. AMn-A
r " r w