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THE AUG OS. FUIDAT. irlAKCII 31.1893.
THE T&ATELEKS UIDE.
GaK''f HOCK I3LA"D A PAC'FIC HAIL
x a r x t eoru- fl.'ti iveiitie and Thirty
tnt s:r -i. trans. H. Plnjamer, .genu
Kst. ! ;WlT,
ta !? Sipre .
Kansas Oily i' ' '
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MBva.iit,u . v -
3owbci tlml. a Siscerfr I '
u Ciprid I . :0 am pra
Omaha and Denver Veti- I
bale Express f :4 am 1:5 am
Kansas City I.to:te'i ... .: am Ml ;10 pa
Smart-Koc Island Erpre S :40 pm 9:16 am
:05 am 4-4 am
-tvlTpru 6ri m
S;Aj ,'to -i:it pm
Daily. rOoiog east. roipit m.
BCRLINuTON RoUfS-C B. j. KAli.
wai Depot Fir: arenae and Sixteenth t
at . i. Tr.mii, aaeot.
bv Io - . . . ... 4.4O am (1:40
?l '.on - xpr. .. ..... 7 :87 pm 7 :T pn.
t Pan Axpress :46 pm 7:Ma.
tveMiu.. jri- sffuier. S:.Sjm 10 air-
Way Freight i Monmontt . . . 1 J :00 an l:0pm
Sterling Pasaeaer j 7:S6am 4:40 p-3
St 1 PaoJ Erpresa 5Uni 8 :45 pn
&tc rlinp Freight !llr30am rfl:!W am
CHICAGO. MLLKaUKEK ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
arcane, g. D. W. Holmes, aeent.
TRAINS. j Lsatb. AnmiTB .
Kail and Kapre. .. 7:O0esx 9 :C0 pni
tt. Pa a. Expr 3:60 pm 11:41am
Ft. acewroodatioTi . .. :45tr!
OCK INLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First evens, and Twentieth afreet. F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINS. j Liatb Aaatv
Fast Mail Kxprees 8n 7 :C5 pro
Express 2:10 pm 1 :CS pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 3r0u pm
. I 4:00 pm flHlfc am
CRUNliTi-S. CEDAR P.APIDS & NORTH
ern rai! wav. depot f xK of Brady street.Dav
enport. J.B-Hannegao. Oen.T'kt Jfc Pas.Aent.
Davenport Train Leave. Arrive
Fs-rarer I 4: pm 10:45 am
Freight i S CO am 9:45 am
Leave Wft Davenport.
oi ol4.i;t Dcrri to tr?
East, South and Southeast,
THE NEXT MORNING I FECI BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MV COMPLEXION IS SETTER.
My donor oars it acts irently on the llommrh,
liver and kidnera. and a pleasant laxative- Thia
drink la made from herbs, and ia prepared lor na.
a easily as te. It is called
L AIIE'S FUEDICinE
Ail dnumM sell it at S0c. and ai a park ace. If yon
cannot aet it. eend your address for a free sample,
l.e. Family Medicine mom the bowel,
eark iar. In order to be healthy thia is neoeaaaiV
Address OKAIXHi F. WuODWARl), Li Ho v. li.
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
pbystc-an. Successfully need
monthly by thousands of la
dies. If the oniy perfectly
sfe and reliable medicine
discovered. Beware of un
principled drncaists who of
fer inferior medicines in place of this. Ask for
Cook's Cottoh Root Comrorun, take no substi
tute, or inclose f 1 and 6 ceots in postage in letter,
and we will send, scaled, by return mail Foil
sealed particulars in p'.ain envelope, to ladies
only, i ftimps Addrcs
POND LILL CCyPAST.
So. 3 Fisher Block, Detrow Mich.
So'd in Rock Island by Marshall Fiahet. Ham
per Bouse, Harts & ttsnnscn 30th street and So
are., and dmj's:s eve-vvhtv.
Lv. Rj:i tand.
Wyota ce . ...
Priorerilia . .
Fact M l.
8 :4A am
10 .30 am
Bloom.ng'.o a. . . . .
6 :55 pm
7 :10 pm.
Jrrt: 00 am
7 .10 nt
Ar. Rc! !i'l
10:10 am. 3:60 pm
I 1 rtf pm 7:06 pm
cc--n njaatioc trains leave Rock Island at
SB a. m ai 6 20 p. m; arrive at Peoria 3:60 p.
m. ani 1 :! ra. Leave Pecu-.a 6:00 a. m. and
7 :1S p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 13S
All tr:o. r in doil except Sanrta' .
illpw: tr rtxti arrive and depart Onion
aerK)'. ?e -ii
?rseOi:rc oa F: Eipres- netweea Rock
Is'oni an i --e-ria. hota direcions.
Tarot-t v.e-ir3: to ail points; baggace decked
armtrn v les 'nation.
Lv. ri ; . '.-i . 9.10 am 4.00 pm
Arr . -l-t i d. 10.31 am 5.0S pm
'- 11.00 ami 5.40 pre
.. .. . 6. am l.f0 pm
t. J:,;i . ... i T ) am 1.46 pm
-.-' 1 T.6; arc 8.00 pm
3 i.s!."D-,.W. iO''KaOCK
i- -.t:"" f-tt. Ae t
Mt'virrn) :th the ogwfk of th s c3jitryii1u cert
i.Crt CABLE tVFOftUATtOS. rsoy A STUfT Cf TH:S BAP OF TMC
Ckicajo, Boct IM & Pacific R?.
'l.e Pirect Koute to S2d from Chicago, Joliet. Oua-ra,
-,!-.. La Salle. Moline. Rock Island, in ILLINOIS;
1-arccport. Muscatine, Ottmnwa, Oskalooea. Ies
'inc-s, Wlntersrt, Audubon, Harlan and Council
i--?. in IOWA; Minneapolis and St. Paul, in MIN
r Li'IA; WatCTtcwn and Sioux Falls, la DAKOTA,
" rc troo. EL Joseph and Kansas City, in XilSr-orr.I
vn .-.fca, Lincoln, Fairburv and Nelson, in N EBEAfK A :
'.:c!-ijcn, Leavenworth, Bortoc, Topeka, Eutchinscn
iVici ita. Belleville, Abilene, Dodtre Citr, Caldwell, ie
; . : Kingfisher. El Beno ar.d Minco, in I"I1AN
: . r.F.ITOKY: Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
COLORADO. Inverses new areas of rich far-Die
c ruling lands, affordinc the best facilities of lnter-
" t-.unication to all towns and cities east and west
- -".:-rest and southwest of CAicao Bad to Pacific r"
I'ESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Lr-d.nc a'l comr-etttors In splendor of eqnipn.ert
-reen CHICAGO and DCS MOINES, COUNCIL
r T rFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO an-i
l VER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, '.a
:aNA3 CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
Class Day Coaches. FEXE EECUCNING CHAIB
''A V.. and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
t' t -e connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
' "rrgirg railway lines, sow forming the new cad
TRJKS-ROCKY MOTTXTAZt? ROUTS
.rr-r hich superbly-equipped trains run dai:y
TTXi'.OVGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Sad
jiieCity. Cde and Ean F---uicisco. THE KOCH
.--LAND is also the Direct an Favorite Line to and
0 -,rc ?&ai:oa. Pike's Peak and all other aanitary and
ernic nsorts and cities and mining districts In Colorado
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
-rom St- Joseph and Kansas City to and from all tm
--c- tc-rns. cities and sections in Sod then) Nebraska
:jnw and .ht InLan Territory. Also via Al-PEB'.
.v . EOUTE fmm Kansas City and Chicago to TVa'e
,ws Si wx Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST- i-AUL
-orceclMt-norall points north and nortbwaat betwesr
he .'ake ud the Paciftc Coast.
Tor Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired torartnaxiox
I ply to any Coupon Ticket Ofioa U the United euo
Canada, or address
. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBA8T1AH.
-; - aj f- GssyiTxt.
tTTvJKSKTAT LA" Offlce in Mitchell Jt
A I-ynde'e new biock.
i TTORKKT8 AT LAW. OiBce In Rock if r
CLMationa: Bask Building, Rock Island, lil
T. .WBXBBT. O. I Vttlll
NHKENF.T ft rliLKLK,
T10RX5YS ASn OtrX-KLU)RS AT LA
0ce in Beugston's -'nek. R.ca Island, IU.
irEMRY ft ifEMRl,
I ORSST AT .A' Loan coney on (ooc
a ecunty, make collections. Reference. Mltch
ill Lyndc. backers. OSoe is Potoff:c block.
S. W. ODELL,
TTORNKT AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and da.-'n? the put two yers with the firm of
irownine A fintr k o n l iline. has now opened
office in ih' uaitortB-n nui. ding, room 6, at
C J. Sbsbxi. . W. Sbabxx.
SEARLE dc SEARLE.
jTTOKVErSAnl Cojrisellor at Law and So
.liicltors in hancerr: .fflce Bciord's block.
3. R. Hollowbush, M. D. Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
drs. barth & hollowbush,
Physicians and ukqions.
OtBce4tiardst. Telephone lOftS
Uesidcnce 731 31st St. " 118S
Or. Earth I Dr. Hollowbnsh
9 to 10 a.m. I 10 to 14 a.m.
1 to and " to o p. m. I a to S and 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
office McCalloash Building;. 134 W. 3d St.
Boars : 9 to 21 arc : 1 to 4 om.
1 . F. Mum, M. D. Gio. W. Whcilxr,; M. D.
DRS. SIYERS & WHEELER,
sr kciALTixs :
Office orer Krell i Math's. Telephone 1143.
or pick hocks :
OR. ICTEEs I DR. aHIELIK.
0 to 12 a. pi. IS to 10 a m.
to 5 atd 7 to 9 p. m. 1 1 to 3 and T to 9 p. m
tes. telephone 1AU. I Res. telephone, 110
R, M. PEARCE.
aoom m w.icoeli A Lynde's new oloca
OR. J, E. HAWTHORNE.
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 1716 Second avenue, orer Krell Math's.
DRS. BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
MitcheP. A Lynde'a Block. Rooms 29-81
Edward L. llaMATi. iIabk II. Bupord.
HA.MMATT & BUFORP.
AKCHTTECr?. Rock Island, 111 OfBce Koom
41. Vitcbell Lynde building.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR
Plat" and superintendence for all class ol
Bmt 63 and 66. Mitchell X Lyud t.ni!d:rg
Broadway, Cor. Pnnc St.. New York Citv.
FeStted and renovated under new management,
on the European p!n.
Room rates $1 a day and upward.
Restaurant cqcal to the bert in the city at mod
street cars from all R.R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landirtrspass the door.
IlILDKIiTH i ALLEN. F-'p's.
y7- . S7t ?
Car. Michi faa ava. saw Uonrsa St. CHICAGO.
THOSOUSH INSTWWCTIOsl. CMKAS OABOtW.
Men TVtao Could Gather the Meaning of
Page of a Hook nt a Glance.
It has been said of the late Justice Lamar
.hat he was able to read a newspaper arti
cle or a pare of a book at what seemed to
the observer to be but a pl.-uiec ' Manifest
ly this faculty or capacity gave him frreat
Mlvantage over ordinary men. He was
able to devour books as if he were a liter
ary slatton. with the difference that his
powerful memory enabled him to digest at
leisnre what he had absorbed in haste.
Macauley possessed the same faculty,
perhaps, in a yet hirrher detrree. He would
take up a volume f-r an evening's intel
lectual enjoyment. !;nd before lie retind
had the contents fully impress-! u;wn
his m:rveloH mind. Dickeus was an
other of these remarkably rapid readers.
Georire Kliots "Adam Ikxle" came to hi:n
one day. Pefire his ordinary bedtime he
had read it ar.d had pronounced this re
markable dictum: "That book was written
by a woman. Others required days of
leisure to read it, and the tjuestion of au
thorship was the riddle of the time in liter
ary circles. Charles Sumner was another
man who possessed this hr.ppy faculty.
A book, whether it was a volume of law
or of diplomatic correspondence, or a work
of fiction, passed under his eyes as if by a
quick succession of trlances. It was the
same with Daniel Welister, who himself
stated to a f riond that when in collide he
read "Don CJuixote' in a sinjjle night. In
the case of both these distinguished mrn
what they read in this way reappeared in a
new dress in their speeches and in their
writinjrs. Of course a retentive memory
was necessary to render the results of this
rapid readir-.jr available, but it is plain that
in their capacity to read rapidly they pos
sessed an tnortv.ous advantage over their
fellow men. snd the question arises, is it
possible to develop this faculty and make
it more generally useful in the vast multi
plication lf "i-.Kl'iH?
It is imH..ii.ie iir the avorare reader to
keep pace v. itii the pnductiou merely f
the bst, to s;:y nothing of turning back
ward to the wealth of the past. Indeed, in
the hurry of modem life it is scarcely pos
sible for the business man, for the society
woman or the more modest housewife to
keep iiaee with the nevsjapcrs and snatch
an occasional hour for the magazines. To
all of these it would lie an inestimable boon
if they had the facility of grasping sen
tences, paragraphs and perhaps pages at a
little more than a gli.net. No one but the
most illiterate now lays attention to the
letters of which a w -j is composed.
In it not possible that by cultivation the
average reader might catch words and sen
tences as letters are now caught by the met
indifferent traders? A vast deal of energy
is now devoted to teaching pupils to read
more or less effectively in public There is
careful attention paid to articulation, to
moderation, inflection, emphasis all tend
ing toward slowness rather than rapidity
in reading. What would be the result of
changing the aim and consequently delib
erately modify tlx process in our public
schools Is it not tHawible that with proper
training in the more advanced grades per
haps in the very lowest children might be
sent forth from the schools with something
of the capacity which gave Macaulay, Dici
ens, Sumner. Webster and Lamar their
tremendous advantage over others to gtap
the meaning and the thought of an author
without dwelling upon the separate words
which expressed that thought? It is cer
tainly something worth thinking of and
The burden of the best literature alone is
already something almost leyond the ca
pacity of the mind. Life is short, and cares
are pressing. Is not there something thnt
can be done for the men and women who
are to come after us, even though we have
missed what a few rare mit.ds possessed by
accident? Tiiesubjict is at least w. nth the
consideration of educati-r.-. and it has here
tofore lieen almost wholly ignored. Au
'The lorrc:it;iin tf Ccal.
Nature is m iil n:aktug out I. t hough, up.
fortunately, not at a rate anx thing like f:ist
enough to make up for l lie consumption of
this product. The processes may le watched
from beginning to end For this purpose
one must first go to a jn-at bed. which is
simply an accumulation of the remains of
plants that grew and decayed ou the rpat
where they are now found. When th up
per layer of this material is removed, one
finds peat with 52 to 06 per cent of carbon,
and the deeper one goes the better in qual
ity it gets. It may be cut out in Jjlocks
with sharp spades, the water may be pressed
from the blocks, and they may be stacked
up, covered and dried and used for fueL
There is a certain kind of moss called
"sphagnum," which in large part makes
up the peat producing vegetation. Its roots
die annually, but from the living top new
roots are sent out each year. The workmen
who dig peat understand that if this sur
face is destroyed the growth of the bed
must step, so commonly they remove the
sod carefully, replacing it after they have
taken out a stratum of peat. There is little
doubt that if these beds of peat could lie
undisturbed and covered over through
many ages they would take on all the char
acteristics of mineral coal. Washington
Thereby Hangs a Tale.
"And so. from hour to hour, we ripe ami ripe.
Atd tben, from hour to hour, we rot and rot.
And thereby hangs a tale."
An1 truly, "'.is a tale of woe," of oac wto had
a catarrh in the head for many years, and who
really had been "rotting" from hoar to hour, un
til Pr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy came to his no
tice. He tsed it at first with slight slms of re
lief, but he persisted until a permanent cure was
effected, and ih world was train i!easar.t to
'.ive io. From his awful suffering be was set free j
by the exptntiture o" a tew dollars ia that incom
A LntJe Girl's Expense e in a 1lthth.io.aa.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are
keoers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach, Mich, and are blessed
with a ilatijihter, four years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
eotiph and turninp- into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in ain, she grew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere haml
ful o- Imncs." Then she tried Dr.
Kind's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
completely cured. They say Dr.
Kinjj's Xe'w Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet you may try a
bottle free at llartz Ullemeyer's.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH.
If von are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric liitters. If "La
Grippe" ha's left you weak and wearv,
use Electric Bitters. This renie'ly
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidney's, gently aiding these organs
to jM'rform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will find speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking Electric Bitters. Mie
trial will eon vince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only oOe. at'llartz & Ullemeyer's.
BICKLEX'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required, it is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price "2o cents per box.
For sale bv llartz & Ullenie ver.
"When Baby was sick, we psvv n-r e.Koria.
When t-he was a Child, she eried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
For beauty, for comfort, for im
provement of the complexion, use
only Pozzoni's Powder: there is noth
ing equal to it.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
LOUIS D. VANDERVERE.
Oca cf the best xarwa trcsiness men hi Chicgrj,
representative of the great Bradiireet Co.
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NERVOUS
Dr. Milea Xedleol Co., Elkhart, Tnd.
Gentlemen : I take pleasure in informineyon
of the verr beneficial results which have followed
the use of On. Miles RcsroaaTiwe Nenvisit
in the case of myself and w lfe. ror a year 1 w as
subject to a distressing, pain at the base of liie
brain and tapper portion of the spinal cord. I
, - - lost flesh and was ereiitly
t ' I I 1 fm I J troubled with sleeplessnefa.
WWIlfcasyog, Nervine was hiKiiiy
wcornrnended to me. My ease bad been so obsn
r.ate that I had no confidence ia the efficacy of
any medicine. Yet as a last resort I consented to
pre it atrial. Much to my surprise. I experienced
marked benefit; my sleeplessness disappeared:
my headache was removed ; my spirits ai.dce:.e.-l
oainco twintt souses
All this occunsico
arrest tcasisiio asio wcll bhoww phvs!Ci3
Mao rtnto. My wileisunii
the best of results. Louis .
ti.e Nervine iu
For all forms of nasal catarrh
where there is dryness, of the air
passages with what is commonly
called "stuffing up,"" especially when
going to bed. Ely's Cream Balm give
immediate relief. Its benefit to me
has been priceless. A. G. Case, M.
D.. Millwood, Kas.
One of my children had a very bad
discharge from her nose. Two phy
sicians prescribed, btit without ben
efit. We tried Ely's Cream Balm,
and, much to our surprise, there was
a marked improvement. We con
tinued using the Balm and in a short
time the discharge was cured O.
A. Carv, Corning, N. Y.
Fits All fits stopied free bv lr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
fits after the first dav's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and f 2 trial bot
tle free to fit cases. Send to Dr.
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia,
Pa. For sale by all druggists; call
Sold on a I'ositlve Guarantee.
Dr. Mi LES' PI LLS, 50 Doses 25 Cts.
tST W&S? UA8HTIC
Tin ror wlitieM -! " W,, malUtl frm
cvenutif ri. mmm forc zca.r irilitn,
tie., m wiul sh.ul.. 4r.itM. .err.iM 4fctl.
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t.Wddr naraiau. Sr. Ichf,. nula, lutrU
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m inn eer tLra, ul c" . ernTrat tkftft im
luuMir fwibr vi. r afMi Si.tKW.so. ..
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.r bM. eard bv tfci vuitmi tavntUB rtr t..l
,ttr h,. fi.d. and si. tu4n4i of imsii.I.IB
iatAMMS (Ttrt .l&rtal.
0.rs.rtiu'lKpr..d SXaTTKIC SlrTVSOT W t.
S' . niiow mra: rui piih ALSj
Knllt h4 lptna (MrtMth CI iBatTKEB la
WuMtuia. Ml "' it riwitiia,
MrrMkTMil- a4r -
aavsrr xaarw" biiBCtkio co.
Me. I ka !! Street. CHIOAQO, ILkr
. I Is the best remedy for
all complaints -peculiar
A MEl'ICAL EOfiv
I.OtLARS. snt frr 10 r.""4
Sealed Envelop. " a
1 Per H..ri1. o, r... .
50c. Trial sent br
se-n by our ph;. -i. iaCj
20t PHOUt o:C-,t CO
H. .. C'dman. t
IAHNS &. SERF, EEN
Peoria Cook and RanaeJ
Tinware And Hocsk Furnishing Goort
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE
'"piennoe 1098. 231 Twectie
-A.. II. HILL. Pli
Cor. Fourth ave., and Twentv-third
TITE FIRST CLAfS
Is now located in his new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth
tVLUrht shoes a specialty.
Proprlctoror of the Btady stree"
Ail kinds of Cot Flowers constat. tir oi r-z-:.
trrceo Houses F. o :
fne block from Central pirtt. the t.ircit ia low. Jfl S-:
Establisbed IS80 1SS.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPES
Save money by buying yonr Crockery. (ila:;M
iery, iinware, ocaware, ana isrutut-e,
Reliable 5 a"l 10 Cents Store.
MRS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 U
LSCORPOHATKD rsrKH THB statr uw.
Hof3k s and bavings
SiX'K ISLAND- ILL.,
Open cau, from 9a. m. tc , P. e.. s:nrd.j evenings fro:
-lvervjrcent Interest paid ca Doposrv. Money leased
latera'.or neal Estate beounty
Y VITCHEL1. i.. nlNiHASS. Vice Ftes
Jacasos ECB8T, Solicit rs. I
r--iean business Jn'.v t. IS'!. Bid oceapy tbe southeast cor: .r c.
f MANHOOD RESTORED'
ta t- -r? M r---v
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If J C" tea sile to -
T sT tiruaos ntwrw: ' r. f
tooaccn. opti " - .n-auin ,i
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"r mmo arraa rsum. or rciuul tlx r. -
For sale In Rock Islani by llartz & Ullme
vor, SJ J!