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THE AHGUS, WEl'NESUAl MARCH 22, 1893.
b1hed Dill? and Weekly at : 16844 Second
Avenne, Rock Island. 1..
j. W. Potter,
Tiua-Daily foe ir mourn; weekly ..
par annum; in advance 1 .50.
iU eommunicut:ii of a critical or argnmenta
Uva character, political r r'!iioua, mnat hare
real name attaches for publication. No anch
articles will be printed over (lcrui..ne signatures.
Anoymon communicatii'tis nor noticed.
Correspondence solicited fro u every township
a Bock Island connior .
Wednesday, Makch 22, 1893.
Democratic City-Township Ticket.
ForMavor THOMAS J. MKDILL, JR
For City Clerk ALBERT D. HTTBSING
For City Treasurer JAME3M. BCFORD
For Police Magistrate U. C WIV1L
. j F. C STAASSEN
For Assistant tscpetvi-ors -J PAUL TI11ESEN
For Assessor J. R JOHXSTON
For Collector EDWARD BAUERSFELD
I P. SCHLKMMER
For Just:cea cl the Peace IL a. BALDWIN
( ,T. F. LARKIN
Fust WarJ WILLIAM ROTH
Second Ward FEED SCHROEDER
Third Ward.... DANIEL CORK EN
Fourth Ward W. C. MAUCKER
FiMi Ws'd KOBEhT KU jCHMANS
Sixth Wad... JJHNKAXOSKY
event- Wan! FSHDISANDK. BKIS
Down with the third termers! cry
the people. Out iixn McConochie.
The democrats will make a clean
sweep, anil elect their entire ticket
A man who will deceive his friends
will deceive the people. Put an end
Washington newsboys are forbid
den hy law- to sell any paper except
on the date of its issue.
The time has come for clean jol
oties in Kock Island. Down with Mc
Conochie tactics and machine rule.
Mrs. Frank Leslie is said to ap
prove of the crinoline because as it
is now there is no distinction let ween
a duchess and a dairv maid.
An Knglish passenger engine which
can regularly make '.') miles an hour
is at the World's fair. It has four
drivers 7 ft. C in. in diameter.
The Carnegies have ordered an
immense forging press from England
that will handle a plate of 200 tons.
The cost is said to be over half a mil
The democrats of Kock Island nev
T had such a strong and commend
able ticket as they have this spring.
It is in striking contrast with the
McConochie is a hypocrite un
worthy to be trusted. His own
party has found him out. The peo
ple will show that they have made
the same discovery after their voice
is heard April 4.
A lolefuI Sound.
The address sent out by the presi
dent of the republican national
league is like an echo from a grave
yard. It is a rattling: of the dry bones
of issues which are long since dead
and which it had been thought would
be allowed to rnolder at last undis
turbed in their graves.
If this address voices correctly the
views of the republican party "as it
exists today, truly that party is more
hopelessly moribund than even its
antagonists believed it to be. If the
republicans do not now understand
that the issue of sectionalism has
jerished from old age and inanation,
and that there is absolutely no sus
tenance in its corpse for any political
party in the country, then indeed are
they steeped in ignorance and bigotry
beyond all prospect of future power
or progress as a political organiza
tion. We have now had two national
campaigns fought aud decided upon
questions entirely free from section
alism. In each instance the result
was sweeping and overwhelming,
while if it had been reached on the
old lines of sectionalism it would
necessarily have been as sweeping
and overwhelming the other wav.
That the people who are responsible
for that result are still satistied with
it, is evident from the satisfaction
with which they have seen the com
plete revolution just made in the na
tional government. They have seen
party w hich has been dominant for
32 years and which has won so many
victories.on sectional lines, .turned out
by the party which has been charged
with breeding and harboring the very
foes to nationalism against whom the
republican crusades were so long
conducted. And, until this belated
whine by the president of the Repub
lican national league, inev have
neara not one wora oi the out war
animosity, nor one snarl of the bit
ter anti-southern feeling which so
long1 elected congresses ana presi
dents under the guise of republican
ism. If Mr. Clarkson points the direc
tion in which the face of the repub
lican party is set; if that party has
no more discernment than to base its
continued existence upon the old
completion and possed into history,
then, in truth, is its future utterly
without hope. This country does
not stand still at the will of "politic
ians who do. It is a growing, a
broadening, a progressive country
and the party which does not keep
abreast of it," which seeks, while liv
ing, practical questions confront it
on all sides, to make its laws and ex
ecute its politics, can not hope to do
so by lagging 20 years in the rear.
We do not believe, however, that
the republican party will be so fool
ish. Democracy should not count
upon such stupidity in its opponents.
The Republican National league is
not the republican party, and the
president of the league is not the
league itself. He is simply one J. S.
Clarkson. who has always been and
always will be a bourbon and a tire
eater. His leadership was virtually
repudiated by his party during the
last campaign, and he himself has
been denounced most heartily during
the last few weeks by a majority of
the republican spokesmen. The re
publican party, it is safe to predict,
will never go "into another contest on
the ground upon which he has
Trying to Clear I'p a War Uecord.
Colonel A. C. Hamlin of Bang-or, Me.,
is anxious to find a member of the Seventy-fifth
Pennsylvania who was on
picket south of the Dowdal tavern, at
Chancellorsville, Va., May 2, 1S63, and
find out how the balance of the regiment
escaped after Matsdorf was captured.
He thinks by the Hazel Grove field.
Colonel Hamlin is earnestly laboring to
secure justice to the Eleventh corps at
Chancellorsville. and to protest against
the treatment of the German soldiers by
the war department and congTess and
some officers of the Army of the Poto
mac. He asserts that a large part of the
stampede described at Chancellorsville
was of the Third and Twelfth corps, and
thinks he can prove it.
- Woman and Politics.
According to the story of a man from
Wyoming, woman suffrage has not ma
terially charsxl the nature of womaa.
The surest way to get an indifferent
woman to vote is the threat of a neigh
bor to kill her husband's vote by an
other. Straightway the shiest woman
will put on her hat and go to the polls.
Every woman, however, takes pains to
register to be prepared for any emer
gency, and politics is the chief topic at
the sewing bee-, church circles and aft
ernoon teas. 1 he women had some trou
ble with the Australian ballot, and pri
vate rehearsals were held in every honse
- -New York Evening Sun.
Fpitaphy is a demoralizing kird of taffy. It ap
pears on the tomb tone, and eclogi7.es the dc-d
almost to the tery stars. The usual method of
beginning is: 'Here lies." Very snggcstive.for
the lies are frequently quite astonishicg -almost
conuih so to both amuse and ameze the dead of
whom they are written. A truthful c;ltaph. in
many instances, would be: "Here lies one who
omitted to take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery." If sic and suffering, and dreading pre
mature death, test the potent remedy. It cares
all chronic, liver, b"ocd and lurg disetses. as bil
iousness, skia and scalp d eeases, scrofulous
sores and swellinzs, ealtrbenrn, tetter. erysipe'as
and even scrofula of the lungs (or consumption)
if taken in time.
What the Hon. George G. Vest say
in regard to the sujH-riority to the
HirschbergV diamond and non
"I am using glasses which I pur
chased from Trof. Hirschberg and
they are the best I ever tried: it af
fords me great pleasure to recommend
Trofj Hirschberg as an excellent op
tician, ami his glasses are simply un
equalled in mv experience.
G. G. Vest."
These spectacles are for sale by T.
H- Thomas, agent for Kock Island
Kev. H. H. Fairall. D. L.. editor of
theIowa Methodist, says editorially,
"We have tested the merits of Ely's
Cream Balm, and believe that, by a
thorough course of treatment, it will
cure almost every case of catarrh.
Ministers, as a class, are afflicted
with head and throat troubles, and
catarrh seems more prevalent than
ever. We cannot recommend Ely's
Cream Balm too highly."'
I used Ely's Cream Balm for dry
catarrh, if proved a cure. B. F. M.
HELP IS TTAXTED
by the wrmen who
are ailing aud suf
fering, or weak and
exhausted. And, to
every such woman,
help is guarantied
by Doctor I'icrce'a
tion. For young
girl3 just entering
men at the critical
"chans-e of life
conlinement ; nursing mothers: and ev
ery woman who is " rtiu-uowa or over
worked, it is a medicine that builds up,
strengthens, and regulates, no matter
what the condition of the system.
It's an invigor-itlnp-, restorative tonic,
a soothing and braciiijr nervine, and the
only guaranteed remedy for " female
complaints" ami weaknesses. In bearing-down
Fri"--: tii3. periodical pains,
ulceration, infhiiiimation, nud ever) kin
dred ailment, if it ever fcils to bcnclitor
cure, you have your money back.
Estate of Mar Gst-trrnb"taer, Deceased.
Tne nndersi-rned having- been atpointe-l -cutrix
of the last will and testament of Max Gstet
tenbauer, late of the county of nock ti-lin I,
of Illinois, deceased, hi rel.v give- n ic tht sh
will appear before the cnr.tr conn of v,, inorf
county, at tho offi. e of tli.-1 it-rk of Mil ! c un. in
the city of Kock 'at.d. at the w kt.ii d
the first Monday in May r.exi. at "which ti.e
all persons having cia'ms a-a ami said fette are
notified aad reqwated t attend, for tM iorpn
of harlnc the asm adjated. 1! ve-sw 1
Estate of Peter B. land. Deceased.
The undersignea having been appointed admin
istratrix of the estate of Peter Kolmd, late
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she will
appear before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the office t the clerk of said court, in
the city of R"ck Island, at the May term, on
the first Monday in May next, nl which time
all pers ns bavins claims against aid estate are
notified aud requested to attend, tor the purpose
of havinathe same adjusted.
All pei son a indebted to said s'ate are reoues
ted to mane immediat pavmect to the under
BigBed. Dated this 23rd day of Febniarv. A. D. 1SS3.
Mus. MINA BOLAND. Administratrix.
alk ok Letters Patrnt.
By virtu of an order of the ennty court of.the
county of Rotk Island Marh 11.1893, mde in
the estau-of Chr rles E Piper, deceased, the un
dersiened will sell at private sale ceitain letters
patent ot the United States. Issued to said de
ceased. Lett r patent lor a cromiittor for dv
nam machiuta. So. S2S.S59. datrd Oct 40. ISS.
serial No. 1SVVJ; amo letters patent lor a trai-vanii-
r-a'tery. No. 849,(W1. dae Sept si, ls5.
serial No. 190.123 I will sell said letters patent
to ;ne highet biddf r. Will receive seslet bile
for ths sime at ary time bf fore 'pri1 v. next,
rcseivlng the rieht to reject anv at d all biis.
t-ock Island, Illinois. March - l-.
WILLIAM Jai KSOV,
Administrator de bonl" con of tstate rf sid
STATU OF ILLINOIS.
Rock Island Cocntt, j '
In ;he circuit conrt.ln c haricer :
John A. Scheli vs. John Schack And Henry
Scha k. heirs cf John Scltack, deceased.
Foreelosn re General o. S:8.
Notice is hereby tiven that by virtne of a de
cree of said court entered In the abiive entitled
caue on tue 10th diy of hebrrary.A.D. 183.1 nball
on Sa'nrday. the Sth day of April. A IMSttt. at the
r.i ur of 1 n clmk in the afternoon, at the court
honse. In the city of Kock 1-Hnd. in sai l county
of Kock Island, to satisfy sii decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to the hif hett bidder for ctsh thnt cer
tain parcel of land, s.tnats in tl.e c:iitv oi roc
lalau and state of Illinois, known am described
a 'ollows. to-wtt :
The nor h nineteen (19) acres of the rorthcst
quarter of the notthwest quarter of ett :oTt eign
t-en tlS) township sixtten .6i ranije five (5)
lasted at Rj:k Mind, Illinois. thi 8ih day of
March. A. I). 1SSS. HKNUV CYhTl;
atr in Chancer. Reck Island County, 111.
Thoxas Brown Complainant's so ieitor.
STATS OF ILLINOIS,
la the Circuit Court, in Ch-ncery .
Msy t rrn A. !.. 1-93.
Vary Peter?on vs Ernwt Teterson.
Sfiiitavit of n;n-residr.ce of Finest Peursoc
t' ebove defendart. having Iw.n filed in the
clerk' office or the circuit ronrt. notice 's fcereby
given to the said non-rpsidert d- fendar.t that the
complsinaut filed her bi I of omploint in tl'd
canrt, on the etiancerv side thereof, ou the sev
enteenth diy of March. ISy-T. and that thereupon
a summons issued out of said court, wherein said
suit is now pndin, rtnrnab!e on the first Mon
day n the mot th of May net, as is by law re
quired. Now. uule s you. the said non resident
Defendant above named, shall personslly he and
appear before said ctrcnit court on the firt dy of
the next term 'h-?:eof, to be ho'.der. a: Kock Isl
and in and for the said cnunty, . ti tt:e first Voo
onv in May neit.ard pliad. answer or demur to
the said complainant's bill of comp-aint. 1 he same
and the matters and things thrr. in charged and
rta'edvill betaken as con'essed, r nd a decree
entered agair.s. you according to the prayer of
GEOKGE W. GAM PI.B. Cleik.
Eo k Island. t:linois. March 17. 1S;.
Jackson Jr. Ucrst. C mp!ainan;s solicitor.
JlOTICE IX ATTACHMKST.
ST.ATii. OF ILLINOIS,
Koca Isuanii Count v. (
t". rnty court of Rork Island count v. Mar:h
Term. A 1. 1S03.
Montpelier TUe Company vs. Eli Brocson, in
lublic notice is hereby given t the aaid Kli
Bronson that a writ of attachment issned out of the
office of the clerk of the county cenrt o: Uiv. k Isl
and countv dated th 16th day of February. .D.
1.-S3. at the suit or the said M"nt;lier Til Com
p&uv nnd against tht- estate of the sa:d all B onson
for the sum of two hundred and twenty-two dol
lars at d nine cents, directed to the sheriff of said
Rock Islatd county, which taid writ has been re
turned exe- uti d.
New. therefore, unless you, th-" f aid EM Bron
son shall i,ersor ally be and appear before the
sard roui.tr court of Kock fs'at d county on the
first day of th- nest term thereof, t be hnlden
it the court noue in the citv of Kock Island, in
sad county, on the Thi teenth cay of Mxrch A.
D. lS'jS. give speci.'.l bail and plead to the raid
plaintiff's action, judgment will r entered
a?a nst you, and in fator of the said Mo-jutielier
Tile company and so much of the property at
ecbed as may be sufSriert to satisfy the fa d
judgment and costs, w.ll be so'd to satisfy the
II J ALMA R KOHLER.
-lerk of the County Court.
jACkton 4 Unrst. Plau.tifTs Attornevs.
-ock ismtiii Kew. SI A. D.
8TTE OF ILL1SOM. I
Kock I si-and Co ck tt 1 '
In the county court of said county to the March
Terra. A. 1. 1'93.
3. R. Johnson, administrator to th e:?e or
Thomas B. O'i onneil. eeceased. vs William
O'Don-ell Patrick O'Djnneli Mich-1 O'Donrell
Mnrv FitzgiMytns, Jan es O'Donrell. Ma'gareth
O'DO'tel. Mary O'Doncell Maunce trD innelL
Norx 0"l)onie.l. John F O'Donnell, Maggie
'ton sell, Minnie J. OTonnell, and Mar Aknas
Afflidait of uon-residtnee of the sa'd Mary
O'Dmt ell. John F O'D.'cnell. Maggie M'tvinnell.
Minnie J O'Oonnell. Nora O'Donnrl', Manrice A.
O'Donnel'. James O'Dooaell. Patrick o'Danael1.
and Mary Agne- O Donnell. having been filed ia
the office of the cie:k of said county court, -otice
5 hereb iriven to ihs said Patr.ck O'-'oueell.
Mary O'Donnell. Msur ce O'Donnell. Join f.
O'Donnell. Macgie ' "D nii II. Minni- J. O'Don
icll Nora O'Donnell, Mary Airrea "'Doirell aad
Jii. O'Donnell heirs of the said "I noma B.
O'On nt L ie. eased That tie ted .-eujes K.
Johnaton administrator f :ha es a-.e of I hnmas
B. '-'Dooneli, deceased, fi'ed in the coutty
court 'u tue lT.h day of -'arch. A D. ltfli, bis
p-tit:ou tnakinif ike sd Patrick o'Dornell. Mary
n'l'oane:! Kaurics O'Donnell. John F. .'ion
nelL wgg;e .'i nn I). Minn e J. 0lonn-!l,
Norn O'Donnell. Mary Acnes o'D no I. James
O'Donrell, and others, drfrniants, iaying or an
crderdlreiti' g hirn to serf fortie purpose of pay
ing t he debts of said estate the fo. lowing described
real estati. to-wit:
Theeai thalf of the northwest qnarler and the
east half of the southwest quiner of aectien
twenty one (1 township i iBi-t-tn (I9 north
ra s ibree (3 east of th,- faorth 4) pr nri pal
ni-i idan, aat-s a'llisbed by tin urvevor general
. t tre i i.ite : t te-sitr a ed iu the ceu-nies of
o,kIsla-d nd Wane..ie the ii .. between
th--v sa'd count! a U via be-n reci-n'iv rua
but su jct to the it h of wav or the HocVfoti.
Rock wuiliM. Loiii- Railway Co, also the
fodowlug -le-eiibe I real esta'e:
a cer'aiu tract or i arcel of lt-.d in the no-th-w
gt qcatteroi the no tbwest quarter or secrioa
iwent -tih (111 in towi s ip . inetees (1) north
rane thr e (a ea-t o- the fourth principal mo
- idia . ai.d d. 8' r bed a follow to-wi :
. Beitmiti two hundred nd twenty and eieht
emu- ti M ) feet f.t of the corner of sec
tion wj-n y. tu, wenty re,fi). torntv-eight.
C), Mid twetty-uiae (2V) ia the townQiD afore
8ji.i be ee south one hundred ai.d nln ty-eir"t
' feet. I bene e eignty-sii and threj-foanh
Bt;i ) egress, ea-t -.ae hundre-l -.nd Jz'y-eaght
ltVi feet, thence north tweutv niae and ne
fo.,rth w, st two nundrea and six tee a
fr to the section Hue. tkeeon veit on Mctloa
lb e fl't'-n-ne a d one-third (6'il fee to th
p ac ef beg nni'it? situated in 'he t..wn of Caaoe
t ruck co . sties of Rck Inland and Whueslde aad
rtat.- oi II leo s
t'l. at a e in moos ihereupou beissoed out of aid
eoertaga' list the abovea tuie.i defendan'-. return
able on ti e first diy of the te-m of sa d county
cart to be he'd at the court beu-e in nd county
v'i the first M.tnd-iy of Apr I A D., 18. as ia by
tbe mw ryquind. wb-eh suit is penoiug. Vow
aless you app-r n said coux.oa it e day of
the kar teim thereon tj ke re d at tbe court
fcocae to thi city of Rook Island, in s-ej coua-y
and state, on the first Monday of My A. O. Ittt,
and plead, ansysir r denw. to a plitl-a there
rsi d. the e wid be lakaa aa eoa'eaaad
THE TRATELKKM -i
'aiCaOO, H.OCS. lbi.VA D a'j ' -O
wiy Depot eornei ?ir;li teiie ear- 1 t'rt y
irat street. Frank 11. Plummer. j;eEt.
East. 1 IWbst.
.-omcil Blnffs A Mirneso- ( i
t Day Express i J :05 am 4:41 am
sr.iu C;ty Day Ei.prens. i:8J pm' fir) am
Washington iixi-res.. x;jupni! a:lipm
Joanr.i ' lurli & Miuneso- i !
; r xpress I .7 :40 am 7:5 pm
Omaha and Denver Vesti- t I '
bulo Express f t.44 am :B am
Knssnty limited 4:4S am 11 ;10 pm
Stuart-Rock Island Expresi 6:40 pra : 8 am
spaily. tQoingeast. tmg west.
BTJHXJNOTON ROOVB-C B. & V KAIL
way Depot First avenue and Rixteenta v.
I.J. Yoanir, agent.
TRAINS. ! iat iaat'1
St. Loais Ixpres . :0au. :0 am
St,lon.s Itipres 1 7 :87 pm 7 :7 pm
ft Paul Express 6:45pm 7.Matn
Beardstown Passenger 9:58 pro 10:33 am
ay Freb-ht (Monmouth! .. . 8:00 am l:Vpm
-teriitw "ssseoeer T :fA arr. 4:40 pm
tH! Paul Express... 5: am 8:45 pm
Sterling Freight llrJOam 10:30 am
GaiCAOO, M1LW1CKKS & ST. PAUL KAIL
way Racine A Southwestern DUiclon De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne. K. P. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. I.avw. Asaivs.
Ball aad Uprise 7:H0"o g":(M pit
St. Pa-.! itspr -cs 3:f0ptr. 11:4) an.
Ft. .1 scff 'wmodat.cT.. . 4 t. .;frre
ROCK ISLAND PKORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue acd Twentieth a-.roct. F.
fl. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINS. Lr.tv 'aetuvs.
?m; lid! 'Ixprcsg 8 n ata 7 : 5 pm
aipwss - 2 :0 pm 1 :25 pra
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 3:!V pRt
4:00 pa! 9: am
BUKl.lNTON, CEDAR RAPIDS & NOHTH
ern rnilway. depot foot of Brady strcct.Dav
ecport. J.K.Hannegan, Gen.T'kt A Pa's Aiient.
TRAINS. Jve- Anlve.
Passenger 4:5 pm 10 45 am
Freight iVO am 8;45 am
Leave West Davenport .
MOST DIB.KCT BOUTS TO TES
East. South and Southeast,
K AST BOCKP.
Fast M'i. Express
Lv. R3rk Island 8:0r am S:S0pm
Ar. Otioo 8:45 am 8 :f4 pm
CamriUe V :0S am 3 :S" pm
Oilya 9 :36 am 3 57 pm
Wyoroine 10:11 am 4:33pm
Pnrctrille ....10:30 am 4:55 pm
Peoria 11:15am 5:40pm
BloomtngtoB j 1:15pm :15pm
Springfleid 3:40 pm 10:tdpm
Jacksonville 14-OCpm lj-05n't
Decatnr ,9:50pm . lOKIOpm
Danville jS:50pm 15:10 am
Indianapol's 6:55 pm 3:85 am
Terre llaute j 7:10 pm 10:00 am
Kvansville ; 1:20 am 7:35am
S. Louis 7:30 pm 7 :40 am
Ctnctcnati ll0pm 7:10 n't
L. reoria ..110:10 am 3:50 pm
As. Rock Island I 1 :35 pra 7:06 pm
- Accommodation trains leave Rock Island at
6 :00 a. m. and 6.-J0 p. m ; arrive at Peoria J :50 p .
m. and 1 :15 a. tn. Leave Peoaia 6:00 a. m. and
7 tV5 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :50 p. m. and 1 :ti
All trains rnn daily except Sunday.
All passe gex train arrive and depart Union
Free Cnaircron Fast Express between Rock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points ; baggage checked
through to destination.
; Accom. Accnui.
Le. &oz Is!ai;l j 9.10 am 4.00 pii
Arr. Reyujlds '10.20 urn 5.05 rm
" Cable. 11.00 am 5.40pn
fv. Chie d. am H.fOpro
a.r. Reynolds 7.00 at-i 1.45 pn
" Ra-;k Island 7.55 am 3.00 pm
B. a. su'iiLow, -lojenousit
S toriutTln' 'I'll Tut Aw t
:;'.'A!KTt3 TTH TKE K0CR?Kr OF THIS COfNTKY 3.1. C3TA.
UCH MU CftBU INFOfiMATOS rROM A SRIDT CF TH'5 Wf Cr THf
CMGap, Eg Maui & Pacific Bj-
Tbe Direct Route to and from Chicago, Joliet, Ottawa
eoia. La Salle, MoUne, Rock Island. In ILLINOIS
Oarenport, Muscatine, Otxuuiwa, Oskaloosa, De
fI-.:ni-3, Winteraet, Audubon, Harlaa and Council
Itlu. In IOWA; Mlnneapolia and St. Paul. In M2K
."!:.?( )TA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA
imtrra, St- Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI
-Jtaaha, Lincoln, Fairbury aad Nelson, la NEBRASKA
'itchison, Leavenworth. Eorton, Topeka, nutchlnson
'lolilta, Belleville. Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell. It
T ANSA3; Kingfisher, El Beno and Allnco. In INDIA
ti.P.rtlTORY: Denver, Colorado Spring and Pueblo,
.i COLORADO. Tre7rsea new areas of rich far-nins
i i grazing lands, affording the best facilities of inter
ommunication to all town and dtie east and west
V..-tbwest and southwest of Chicago aad to Tadfic a of
VESTWUZJS EXPRESS TRAINS
lading all competitor la splendor of equipment
-:.vn CHICAGO and DES MOINHS, COUN'CII
..l.UFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO aue
i;r..VEH, COLORADO SPRINGS aad PCEBLO, vl.
i. ANSA9 CHY aad TOPEKA and via ST. JOSETTI
ur-aaas DayCoachea, FREE P-ECLLNINQ CUA1I,
it3. and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
toe conaecUoc at Denver and Colorado Spring wit t
i verging railway Unea, now forming th new arc
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOUTZ.
-err .hlch enperbly-eenlpped train ran dUj
( HitorGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Bali
-aJccCKy. Cgdea aad 8an Fnodsxi. THE BOCT
SLAND la also the Direct aaa Favorite Line to am
r m iUaitoo. Pike Peak and all other sanitary ac
- voir resorts and dtie and mining district In Coiorav.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
ori St. Josspa and 'ri City to and from all im
.etej!' tewna. cities and section! in Southern Kebmsk
.!- , and tbe Indian Territory Also via ALEEC
i ;-tlC fVom Kansas City and Chicago toWatrr
"r.. y-tcrot Falls. MINNEAPOLIS ana ST. PAUL
-. rfctiong roe all points north and northwest betwec
.'akee and th Pacific Coast,
r or Ticketa. Maps, Fold, er desired tafbrmatiet
ptlj tosayOaaaeaTickat OOea t the United 6ut
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Your Friends and Neighbors on Both Sides of the
River Give Grateful Testimony to Benefits Re
ceived Where all Others Fail, the Spe
cialists of the Stackhouse Medical
Mr. John Snyder, of No. 1312 Sth
avenue, Itock Island, is employed at
the Wilson Bnrp;y Works in Moline.
He was a sufferer from catarrh and its
complications for eijrht years, and
this is what he has to s-ay of the Stack
liouse treatment: ; .'
MR. JOHN SNYDER.
Duringr all the cirht years I suf
fered I never found any remedy or
anv treatment one-half so effectual
as "the system employed by these
Mr. Charles Lelander, the painter
and decorater, who resides at No. 333
east Second street, Davenport, says:
"All symptoms of my troubles
disappeared after I had been taking
the agreeable, mild and thorough
treatment but a short time. It is
the first time that I have been entire
ly well for three years."
5 A MONTH.
Catarrh treated for $5 a month, in
cludinj medicines. Charges for all
other diseases verv moderate.
Permanently located in Rooms 17 and IS.
WBD TAK H LU1LD1NG Cor. Brady and Ttiri S:re
(First Floor. Take Elevator.)
All curable diseases treated with success. Specialties: by
Nose, Throat and Lungs: Nervous- Diseases, Blood Diseases, am!
Successful treatment by mail. Write for symptom blank- ' '3
sultation and examination free.
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun-ho' ? '
12 m. onlv.
, . THE FIKST-0J-A83
I now located !n his new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
Light shoe a sp. eialty.
Bstabllsbed IW 18u.
ALWAYS 1HH CHEAPEST.
i money, bv baying your Crockery, iPl'i
, Tin- ' -re, and Brnshed. at iheQgJiZ.
thank n3 fc;
attention io I .
Mr. Patrick Kiiim v. :i ,
gentleman, arcd su. txliu r-
his son on West Sim-oikI -trvi
enport, suffered f r -m rlie;
and from nasal and 1. nun Lip.:
In speaking of tht? n-tilis
Stackhouse treatment. L. s:
ME. PATRICK KINNF.l.
Two weeks from the -lav
risited the tloctors. 1 wakvi
their offices in the Whit taker
looking- and feelinjr like anotherr-a:
Mr. C. C. Cole, themai-hir.i.-: a'::
Chicago, Kock Islaml A: l:U ibo ..i
road shops, who lives at N'.
MR. C. C. C-I.K.
Under the mild, sy.-'enia
ment administered. I "'"
spt cdy relief. The results in
case more than verifu-il the
rood reports I had heard id i''
in Davenport and vicinity.
$5 a mo:;th.
Catarrh treated for a i"
eluding medicines. diaries
other diseases verv modem!'.'.