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THE AUG US, WEDNESDAYvAPBIL 12, 1893.
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...n.Mt eornri Fifth avenue aad Thirty.
street. Frank H. Plnmmer. agent.
Omci Bluffs Minneso-
Kmmam City Day Express.
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Iom City Limited - ... :48 ami Ml ;1Q p
BWMtrt-Rock IsUod Express! 5:40 pm art-earn
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Daily. tGoingeaetj rXjotng west
lUSLISUTON RuUTB-C, B. i. KAIL
Denot First avenue aad Sixteenth .'
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A, Louis Rxpteaa.
8 Paul Express... -I.; -t.
stsardstown Passenger. ...
Jay Freight Monmouth) i .
B II Passenger
Wf Pawl Express. .
I 7:87 pm
1 :27 pm
. :00 am
11 "30 am
HICAQO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
s war Racine A Southwestern Division De
ns Twentieth street between First and Second
smeoe. B. D-.'W. Holmea. agent. - -
Leav. I ABrr.
7 :00 as 1 9 :00 P to
S:fin nm 11:4 am
bail and Kxpceea.....
94. Paal Express
Ft. A Aece.ro mod atioo.
:45 am 8:iaori
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First svenu. and Twentieth street. . F,
H. nocKweii, Agent.
Fast Mall Express
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ern railway, depot foot ot BmAyrtttUV-
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davenport Tralna. Leave. Art
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Leave Wert Davenport
West Liberty Train
b7 :20 am
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blO 4:1 am
alt .-3 pm
a5 :45 am
aDaily. bDailv except Sunday .
Going South and cast
MOST OC&BCT BOTJTB TO TK1
East. South and Southeast.
a art aoura.
4 :S3 pm
1. Rock Island.
11 -.15 ami
1 :15 pm
3 :40 pm
6 :55 pm
7 :10 pm
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Jckenville . . . .
Indianapol l a . . . .
Tene Uante . . . .
111 :80 pm
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Ar. Rock Island
110:10 ami 8:50 pm
I 1:95 pmj 7:06 pm
Accommodatioc crama leave Rock Island at
SB a. m. and 60 p. m; arrive at Peoria 1:50 p.
-m. and 1:15 a. m. Leave Peoaia 8:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :0u p. m. and 1 :95
All trains ton datlr exceirt Snnday.
All passenger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Chair car on Fast Express between Bock
lateral and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points ; baggage checked
ttefioch to aesHrjatlon.
La. RncK I:aua
jbr. Reynolds . .
" Mock Island
o- ji am ia.su pm
7.55 ami g.po pm
H. B. SUDLOW.
'J iu'1. Tkt. Aget t
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
sce Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
jtreeds the Moline Savings oacx. Urganiaed 1868
5 Fir CENT INTEEEST a'AlI ON DEPOSITS.
Organised under State Laws.
Opsnfrom B a. m. to 8 p a., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from7 to 8pm v
TasxrxB SiiBm, - - President
31 A. Atnswoarm. - Vlce-Preaident
.T. Biicivii, - - Cashier
rener Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C A. Rose, H. A. Alns worth.
43. H. Edwards. W. H. Adams,
Andrew Frlhecg, C. F. Hemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
male for private parties In the garden
spot of the westby the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA .
X. W. Dam, President.
J. 8. Das Cashier.
REFERENCES. ' " "
X T. Robinson, cashier Rock Island Nation
C G Carter, M. D.
Bjisi payWa fioty, Wholesale P roc era. ,
" Correspondence solicited.
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TMC NEXT MORNIN6 I FCCL HIOHT AND
- NEW AND MV COMtIKION r BETTER.
My doctor says it acta gently on the stomach,
II W and fctdneya, and fa pIsaeantlavxaMve. This
drink Is made from herbs, and la prepared for use
.as easily as tea. It la called
La ROY. K
ook's Cotton Root
A recent'discovery by an old
physician, fcucceasf ally nsed
monthly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
safe and reliable medicine
discovered. . Beware of nn-TiriTu-lnled
drncetsta who of-
.Tji.ini. . nLM of thin. Ask for
Cook's COtoh Root Coarroiran, take tro snbsil
tute, or inclese 81 and 8 cents in postage in letter,
and we will send, sealed, by return mail Fall
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only. OUftp. , Addre,SLrLM
No. 8 Fisher Block, Detroi. Mich.
Sol fl' in Rock Island by Marshall ft Fisbei. Ham
per Bonsc, Uarta & waansen. 80th street and 8a
a ve.. and dmiwrists evervwherc .
E. PA KM ESTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Mitchell A
Lynde'e new block.
JACKSON tc HTJRST,
1 TTORNET8 AT LAW. Ofllcc In Rock
fl. National Bank Bailding, Rock Island, 111
D, HVIIKIT. o. l. wimw
SWEENEY Si WALKER,
l TTORNETS AND COUNSELLORS A1 i.A
LOfRce in Bengston's iloek. Rock Island. IV..
McEMBT & VcEMKI.
A TTORNIT'S AT LAW Loan money or. ir.
m. security, make collections. Reference, Mitcri
slide Lynde. bankers. Office in Postofflca oloci .
S. W. ODELLa
1 TTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and during the past two years with the firm of
frowning A fintriken at Moline, has now opened
in office in the Auditorimm building, room 5, at
C. J. SBABI.B. 8. W. &EAKLB.
TTORNEtS and Coonsellors at Law and So
licttors In Chanoerr: office Bciord'a block.
J. R. Hollowbnsh, M. D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DBS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
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Residence 791 21st st. " 1188
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Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McColloogh Building, 184 W. 3d St.
Hours : 8 to 11 am : 1 to 4 nm.
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Office over Krell A Matn s. leiepnone in.i.
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to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m I 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
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aoom S3 in Mitchell Lynde'e new bloca .
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Plans and superintendence for all'claas oi
Rooms 53 and SS, MitcheU A Lynde bailding
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York City.
Refitted and renovated under new management.
On the European plan.
Room rates 91 a day and upward.
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
Street cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
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Insane Person Restore.
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first dtrt't 1st. Treatba and Ea trial bottle be to
I Fit paticsta. they paying- express chanres on box when
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VaPrEUO MWAMM OF IMITATING FMAUDS. j
S:1p Z. fTiS
I ME.BLAINE IN LONDON
HIS VISIT IN 1887 AND RECEPTION IN .
Bo Espeeited to Be Ignored, bat Was
' Greeted Tory Cordially avnd VToold Havs
Been Lionised If Be Had Permitted It.
(Ila Benson For Declining.
- When Mr. Blaine came to London, It was.
1 think, with a well settled conviction that
London would mean nothing to him so
cially. He imagined that he was disliked.
He knew that if he did not himself dislike
the EnRlish, the memories of the civil war
in America and of England's part in those
transactions were strong within him. He
-had expressed his views in speech and in
print. Like many other Americans who
had less reason for holding such a view
than Mr. Blaine bad, he conceived that his
criticisms were likely to be remembered,
tod remembered against him. You must
know the English well before you fully
comprehend the spirit of tolerance which
prevails here, and the spirit of indifference.
Mr. Blaine knew them hardly at all, and
he misjudged them and their spirit and
their feeling about himself.
' There was then, and there has leen ever
since, a notion that the great American
hated England or at least was no friend to
England. Often and often one heard the
remark when he was seen in this London
world, "Your friend does not like us," of
ten to be followed by the very character
istic and very English comment, "We like
him all the same." So little did he antici
pate a welcome in Ixndon that he seemed
to have planned his visit in the spirit of the
traveler and tourist, and in no other.
There were few if any houses he expected
to enter, perhaps none he wished to enter.
His idea of London was the British muse
um and the Tower and the Jubilee show.
He arrived on the Friday before the
Queen's Jubilee, and the series of social
surprises in store for him bean at once.
An invitation was waiting for him to dine
the next evening with the lorrj mayor, an
other to a pai-t the same night at" the
Duchess of St. Albans and a third to the
ladies' night at the Gallery club, then one
of the smartest functions of lxndon. Mr.
Blaine made what may be called a decisive
appearance that evening. He saw in the
course of a few hours much of what is best
in London and made scores of acquaint
ances. There is in London, and among the
best people here, a marked absence of any
thing like ceremony or stiffness in circum
stances which in a society less sura of it
self might be thought difficult. Ceremony
is replaced by cordiality, and a distin
guished stranger finds himself all at once
on the footing of a friend.
Mr. Blaine, to tell the truth, had hesi
tated. If it was an agreeable surprise to
him to discover that such a welcome was
In store for him, it was none the less a sur
prise. What he accepted he accepted
frankly, but he did not accept everything.
He relinquished his preconceived notions
rather gradually, but he could have been
In no real doubt about the disposition of
London toward him after the first half
hoar at the Duchess of St, Albans' party.
Everybody wanted to know him. It rained
Such a face and figure and manner as his
of coarse attracted attention. The ques
tion ran around the room, "Who is he?" It
was pat to a lady who was supposed to
know every person worth knowing. "1
don't know," was her answer, "but he is
somebody, and I am going to And out." It
does not take long for intelligence to circu
late in a drawing room. There certainly
were people in that brilliant company to
whom Mr. Blaine's name meant nothing,
for it was not by a knowledge of American
politics or personalities that London soci
ety even then was pre-eminently distin
guished. But if the name did not always interest
them the owner of it did. The tall form,
the singular charm of the face, the distinc
tion of manner, the intellectual power of
the face and bead, the refinement of both,
the alert composure of the expression, the
sedateness of feature with which the vivac
ity of the eyes contrasted and that inde
finable air of being perfectly at home amid
a throng of people whom he had never seen
before all this was remarked with that
swiftness of perception which the woman
of society has in its most miraculous de
gree and commented on with a freedom
characteristic of a world which has, to say
the least, the courage of its opinions and
little restraint in expressing them.
If Mr. Blaine had wished to be lionized
in London, which he certainly did not, he
had chosen his moment ilL This was the
last evening for a week or two when any
private individual, no matter how eminent,
could expect to be the central figure in a
London drawing room. The next week or
two were given up to royalties, and so aristo
cratic, even in these democratic days, is
still the society of any European capital that
any royalty is sure of his place. Between the
private person of no matter what rank and
any king or prince, etiquette still draws a
line, which the king or prince may cross if
he will and he often does but the private
Mr. Blaine bad, moreover, a keen, per
sonal feeling and a sense of what was due
to his political position at homo, and both
showed themselves in very striking ways.
When he went into the Gallery club that
night, it came out rather unexpectedly.
Lord Hartington was there, and Mr. Blaine
was asked if he would like to know him.
Be refused. Several motives for the refusal
might be suggested, but I will leave them
all to the ready imagination of those who
like to speculate on the subject. He was
asked to the foreign office party and re
fused, giving as a reason that he could not
be the guest of a man whom he had at
tacked as he had attacked Lord Salisbury.
It was pointed out to him that it was
Levdy Salisbury who gave the party, and
that it was as wife of the foreign minister,
not as the wife of Lord Salisbury, that she
issued her invitations; that there was no
Slitics on such an occasion; that Mr.
ladatone himself would probably be there,
and so on. Nothing shook his resolve.
"After what I have said in my book I can
not see how it is possible to accept Lord
SalisbUEv's hospitality." I looked up the
passage afterward. - There really is nothing
in it which need have prevented Mr. Blaine
from shaking hands with his old opponent
or from going to Hatfield. But if the scru
ple was exaggerated, it was an honorable
scrapie. London Cor. Xew York Tribune.
The Child Mast Ue Educated.
The legislature was in session and the sub
ject of education was being discussed. One
of the solons, having secured the floor, re
marked impressively to the speaker:
"Sir, you must educate our children."
But it instantly flashed across his mind that
he was unblessed with ''babies" and he re
called himself with, "Sir, you must educate
your children. " But at this proposition the
chairman, who was addressed,' .'began to
shake his head and grin. "Sir," continued
the perplexed orator amid the roar q the
house, "Sir, yon they ' wa ' theymuat edu
cate their chillren."-'TeJrj6lfttog ,
- In at Fifth Avenue Mansion.
"I wish, sis, you would shine my shoes
for me," said a rich, matter of fact young
man to his sister.
"I'll do nothing of the sort," she replied
"Well, you ought to."
"Why ought 1 to do menial work?"
"Because you encourage that Italian
count to come here, and you flirt with him.
If you are going to marry him, you can't be
gin too soon to learn to do menial work.
You should fit yourself at once to become a
foreign countess. Texas Siftings.
Third Body from Laurel Bill Mine.
Hazelton, Pa., April 11. The body of
Thomas Hodgson was yesterday morning
taken from the Laurel Hill mine. It was
taken from a breast outside of the one in
which he worked. He had evidently tried
to make his way through the falling coal,
but fell exhausted before reaching a place
of safety. Hodgson's is the third body
taken from the mine.
He Did Hot Ca l.
8JThe man who tried Dr. Sago's Catarrh remedy
and was sure of the 9600 reward offered by the
proprietors f or an incurable case, never called
for his money. Why not? O, because he got
cured ! He was sure of two things: (1) That his
catarrh conld not be cured. (2) That he would
have that $500. He la now sure of one thing, and
that is. that his catanh is gone completely. So
he is out S50 of course. The makers of Dr.
Sage's catarrh remedy have faith in their ability
to enre the worst cases of nasal catarrh, no mat
ter of how long standing, and attest their faith by
their standing reward of 8500, effered for- many
years past, for an incurable case of this loith
some and dangerous disease. The remedy is
sold by drnggists, at enly 50 cents. Mild, sooth
ing, cleansing, deodorizing, antiseptic, and healing.
"When Baby was Rick, we gave ner Oastorla.
When flie was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
Whe-n she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each da5". Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for comfort, for im
provement of the complexion, use
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Children Cry for
Coughinp; leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cougb
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Yon will remember the condition I was In five
yours ago. when 1 was afflicted with a combina
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ro sc I tried all kiccW.t medicines, and scores
f eminent ph vsiclant. 1 y nerves were prostrated,
producing diriiness. heart trouble and all the ilia
that make hie mlser&bie. I commenced, to take
DR. MILES' NERVINE
and in three months I was axmrECTty custy.
In mv travels each year, when I see the thousands
of physical wrecks, suffering from nervous pros
. tration, taking prescriptions from
hml AZ local physicians whohavenoknowt.
t I a? edge of their case, and whose death
Is certain, I feel like going to them and saying,
OCT DR. MILES' NEMVINC AMD BE CUBEO.- la
my profession, insasa where there
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