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THE AllGUS, TIIUilSPAY, A1BIL 2Q, 1893.
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THE TKAYELEKS' UHfc.
- . nw -tn uitT.
CUJCaOO, BOCK I8LA U A rAW r v
rwr-Dcpot eornei Fifth Avence and Thirty
-feat street. Frank H. Plammer, stent.
tElR. j tWlCT,
Ooancil Bluffs Minneso- i
DV BpreB I 1 :05 am 4 :41 am
Suinu City Day Kxprass. .. 0:ST im, 8:20 am
-Washington Express ;i0 pm 8 :1S pm
Uk Express ' :0 am 7 :to pm
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1 I
bule Express ( '
Kansas Cut United . -. 4:43 am 11 ;10 pro
Stuart-Rock Island Expres-' 5:40 pm. :' am
Daily. ttiolng east, rfeiomig wt.
BTJKLINTON ROUfB-C, B. VI.
WSy Depot First avenue and Sixteentr.
TRAINS. ' -.sat
- t. laoais Kxpress :40 an. 6 :4 su,
St. Louis Kxpress ! 7:87 pm 7 v. pro
M Paul Express ; :4B pm 7 :8S air.
Baardstown Passenger 8:68 pm 10:38 am
Way Freight (Monmonth). . . 8:00 am l:;pir
Sterling Passenger 1:fiGam :40 pm
I Pail Express ,?:m 'ISS"
rUng Freight 11:30 am 10:80 arr
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
Way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
vrenne. E. P. W. Holme, agent.
Mail and Kxpre jToo f:00pn
fit. Paol Express 3:B0pm 11:45 am
Ft. Accommodation i :45 ar atiOptr
iTJOCK ISLAND PR-ORIA RAILWAY DB
Jtv pot First avenue and Twentieth street. F.
. Roca well. Agent.
TRAINS. Lat I Abkive
HPast Mall Kxpross 8 :06 am ; 7
-express 2:0pm l:spm
Cable Accommodation :im
4. 4:00 pm 8 Kip am
T3URLIXHTON. CEDAR KAFIDS '-""."-H
ern railway, depot foot "f Bradystreet,Dav
esinort. J.E Hannegan. Oen.T'k't A Pass.Anent.
Davenport Trains- J.caye. Arrive.
Sasencer Pro 10"45 am
m":.' ....... 3:C0atn 9:45 am
Leave West Davenport.
West jjherty Train tNortli. JSouth.
Vkitoenepr ', a:4i m al :05 am
K1MTrD b7:2am blO 55pm
blO 41 am
' a9:S0pm a5:15am
7etoht bS:S0pm ;
aDailyl KDnilv except Sunday.
Aoinft bonth and cat
It Cure Colda, Congha. Sore Throat. Croup. InBa
enia. Whooping Cough. Bronohib.
A certain euro for Conswnption n rjt
andasnrereUefinadvaneeaBtagej. Uiat onoo.
. Yon wiU a the exoellent e ffeot fter tokin ftte
nrst dose. Sold by dealers overywhera. UV
bottle 60 cents and $1.00.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Promptly and perma
nently cures all forms of
Nervous Weakness, Ktnis
sions. Spermatorrhea, Im
potency and all effects of
abase or excesses; been
prescribed over 85 years
in thousands of cases; is
liffrrrr. mid A. ftCT. .t medicine known: ask
draggists for Wood's Phosphodike: if he offers
somo wonnieeB mwiitiuo 1 " v
his dithoneot store, enclose price in letter and
we will send you by return mail. Price one package
fl: six. 55; one will please, six will cure; pam
phlet in plain scaled envelope. stamps: address
WOOD CHEMICAL CO.,
131 Woodward avenue. Detroit Mien.
ATTORNEY AT LAW OfBce in Mitchell
A. Lynde'e new block.
JACXSOM & HCKST,
ATTOKNKTSATLAW. Office in Rock lsia
0.-actonl Bank Ruildi?ig. Rock Island. Ill
swEEJiEK & walker,
mOKSKTS AND COTJNSKI.LlR9 AT LAV
Loftlce in Bengston's blook. Rock Island. 111.
McEMRT & UcETURr,
TTORSBY'b AT LAW Loan money on eoof
4 -ecarity, make collections. Reference, Mitcn
ellA Lynde. bankers. Office in Postofflcs block.
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO TECS
East, South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island.
Prtnceville . .
Indianapolis . . . .
. I 1 :15 pmi
.- 8:40 pm
. 4-OC pm
.f 3:50 pm
. 6:55 pm
I 7:10 pro.
., 1:30 am
7 :3 pm
. 11 :80 pm
8 :'J0 pm
3 :(4 pm
4 :33 pm
4 :5S pm
13 -05 n't
10 :00 pm
7 : 35am
Ly. Peoria jl0:10am; 3:50 pm
Ar. Rock Island I 1:85 pmi 7:05 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Island at
a-nna m and 6 30 d. m: arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. and 1:15 a. m. Leave Peaiia 6:00 a. m. and
T -.15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 :0i p.m. and 1:5
' All trams rnn dallv excent Sunday.
All passe iger trains arriye and depart Union
Free Chair ctron Fast Express between Rock
Ielond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points ; baggage coccked
through to aettnation.
Lt. Rock Ilaad ; 10 am
An. Rvnolds 10.30 am
' Cable ; 11.00 am
" unci I -and.
I Accom. Accom.
... 6.2.) am 1S.50 pm
... 7.00 am: 1.45 pm
...I 7.55 am 8.00 pm
H. B. 8UDLOW,
i iu'l Tkt. Aeei t
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
office Corner Fifteesth street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savings Banc. Organised 1S69
5 PtrCE.M IXTEUEST AlD OS DEPOSITS
Organised under State Laws.
Open. from 9 a. m. to 8 - m., and Wednesday and
Satnrday night from7 to 8pm
Poster Sehtiheii. - - ... President
H. A. AmswoiiTH. - - Vice-President
J. F. llEMKN wat. ... cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, H . A. Ainsworth,
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Friberg, F. Hemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
-aMtle for private parties In thel garden
spot of the wegtjby the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA .
. W. Dart, President.
J. 8. Dabti Cashier.
Mitchell A Lvnde. Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock Island Nations
C. C. Carter, M. D.
Uenry Dait's Sons, Wholesale Grocers.
v w iinci.i-
TTORN EY AT LAW rormer.v oi ron Dyron.
aud during the past two ytjfrs with the firm of
row nine A untriKen at .tiohik, n uuw uu.
in office To tha Auditoriam building, room 5. at
C. J. Sbabxe. S- W. Seable.
TTiiRVCvSMrl f:nn.ellor! at Law and So
Alicltors In Chancery; efflce BtJord block.
3. R. Hollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
BflYSICIANS AND STJRGK0N8,
A- rtffire Aim-Mrri st. Telephone 10fi5
Residence 7S1 21st st, 1 188
orncE jotrns :
Or, Barth Dr. Hollowbnsb
9 to 10 a, m. I luiouMu,
1 to 8 and 7 to 8 p.m. I to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCnllough Building, 184 W. 3d St.
Hours : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
1. F. Myers, M. D. Geo. W. Wheeler, M. D
DRS. MYERS &
tinrrr unit iii-af m of Women
Office over Krell & Matn s. i eiepuone no.
orncE hours :
BR. MYERS. I DR. WHEELER.
0 to 13 a. m. I 8 to 10 a m.
to 5 and 7 to 9 p. ro 1 1 to 8 and 7 to 9 p. m
es. telephone 1200. I Res. telephone. 1180.
R, Mi PEARGE.
Koom 33 in Mitchell A Lynde'e new blocs .
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pum by the new
method. ..... ...
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
DRS, BICKEL &SGHOEMAKER
Mitchel'. & Lynde's Block, Rooms 29-81
Edward L. Hahhati. Clark H. Buford
HAM MATT & BUFORD.
A RCHITECrS, Rock Island, 111. Office Room
f 41, Mitchell A Lynde building.
Many Prefer a Dirty Note to at New One.
" Especially ) n the W est.
The raid that was made on the
treasury department for new notes
and coins by the visitors in Wash
ington during the Grand Army en
campment and the 1,000,000 and
more old torn bills which they left
behind indicates what a rarity a
crisp, new note is in the west. In
Washington people have got to be
quite fastidious about their money.
That which is fresh and clean is
right at their hand, and when a note
begins to get a little soiled they do
not care to handle it. Notes' such as
are regarded as in good condition in
Chicago and other western cities
would not circulate for a day in
Washington. Pocketbooks are sel
dom used there except for small
change, the correct thing being for
those who have money to carry the
new bills in an envelope without
folding them, so as to preserve their
A Washington man going west can
mark the stages of his progress by
the changing condition of the money.
In the cities of the far west it is bad
enough, but in the country places
and among the farmers generally
after passing the Ohio a new note of
small denomination is a thing almost
unknown. Even in Minneapolis men
from Washington who carried crisp
$1 notes in the "original packages,"
just as they came from the treasury,
found occasionally places where they
could not pass the money because it
looked "too new to be good." A
good many of the street car conduc
tors refused to take the new notes,
but a dirty bill, all patched and ,J
most free from design, was taken
without question as the proper thing.
It is said at the treasury department
that comparatively little money
comes in from the west for redemp
tion. Great quantities of these notes
don't come back for redemption, and
in the final run of years the govern
ment is much the gainer by it. The
trouble is that, while the treasury is
always ready to destroy the old notes
and give new ones in their place,
there is no provision for transporta
tion of the notes, and the amount of
express charges from a distance pro
vents their being sent in for redemp
tion. In 1SS2 congress made an ap
propriation for the payment of su'lt
express charges, and for once the en
tire country got a new set of green
backs. Since then there has been no
appropriation for that purpose, and
the national currency is sadly in need
of repairs. Cor. Philadelphia Tele
graph. Great Prom.se for Wood Mannfa:turers.
It is onlv quite recently that man
ufacturers of furniture, waerons and
wood work cenerallv have become
aware of the wonderful promise of
feretl bv orth Galveston, lex.
rectlv tributary to this youns; city,
and not many nines uisiani, in east
ern Texas, are over -lb.OiUMKKi acres
of timber which comprises all of the
hiirh trraile hard and soft woods.
Many people are coming in and
are now doin business, but there is
room for a rreat many more. With
rail and water facilities for shipping
and markets in all directions, there
should not be any hesitation about
the outcome of manufacturing ven
t tiros. For further particulars call
on or write Koester & Martin, 1815
Second avenue, the local agents. The
address of the home office is orth
Galveston Association, Box 963,
TheGermau Mining Kxhtblt.
Chicago, April 19. The finest iron and
coal mining exhibit displayed in nny por
tion of the World's fair is that of the Ger
man empire in the mining building. That
the great iron merchants and iron ore pro
prietors of America should fall behind the
foreign metal kings is a surprise to the
public, but Kuch is alleged to le the lact.
Serious Illness of tieneral ISeale.
Washington, April 19. Genaral E. F.
Beale. who was the close personal friend of
President Giant and was formerly United
States minister to Austria, is lying very ill
at his home in the old Decatur mansion in
LaFayette square. It is supposed General
Beale is suffenns from liright's disease.
The Fire in the Terra Mine.
LEADVILLE, April 19. At the Deadwood
Terra" mine, where the great fire broke
out, it is still burning, but a large force is
working night and day and hopes to con
fine and smother it in a few days. The
fire has been quenched in two mines into
which it found its way.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR.
Plans and superintendence for aU'claar ol
Rooms 58 and 55, Mitchell A Lynde building
Broadway, Cor.Trince St.. New York City.
ReStted and renovated under new management.
on tne x.uiupcu "-"- .
Room rates SI a day and upward.
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
etreStcars from all R. K. stations and steam
boat and ferry 'Ilfe,
Bow Try This
It will cost you nothing and will
surely do you'good, if you have a
cough, cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs or colda'is guaranteed to give
relief, or money will be paid back.
Sufferers from la grippe found it just
the thing and under its use had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
sample bottle at our exience and
loam for yourself just how good a
thinjr it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
nd Ulmeyer's drug store. Large
ize 50c and $1.
S. H. Clifford, New Castle, Wis.,
was troubled wnn neuralgia anu
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming: degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of clee-
ric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard, Harrisburg, 111.,
had a running sore on his log of
lght years standing. Lsod three
lottles of electric hitlers and seven
Mixes of Bueklev's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John
Speaker,Catawba, Ohio, had five large
fever sores on his leg, doctors said ne
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Buckley's Arnica
salve cured him entirely. Sold by
Hartz & Ullcmever's drug store.
Bl"CKLES"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 25 cents per box.
For sale by llartz & Ullenieyer
curt far AWW jilt'"''- r" i ZiUYa ,
l..iil.i a ilukin as dirertd. A tut after
first day t mM. Treatise And ga tnal '"'V""
r-ceivert. Snd umn. r. O. ana 'r
ill II -Yi
11 11 YS
' arn-..tet. to nR.KUINti.on A'
mi i JAV .4 X- AT SiE 11
.A. AT. Ut.ilktlnhll P.
tMITA TIHO flu UDS
that would guide, imerrirfrly, in'o the havcu of
health, all that are on the troubled tea of im
paired womanhood 1 it is nothing less, norcould
be nothing more, than Dr. Pierce's Favoilte Pre
scription frail female's faultless friend-time
tried and thoroughly tctt .d. Internal innimma
tions. irregularities, displacements, and all ill
conditions peculiar to women, controlled, correct
ed and cured, without publicity, by this safe
sterling specific. Purely vegetable. Only good
can come from Its use. The only remedy of the
kind warrantei: to give sstiriaction, or money re
"A Godsend is Ely's Cream Balm
I had catarrh for three years. Two
or three times a week ruv nose would
bleed. I thought the sores would
never heal. Your balm has cured
me." Mrs. M. A. Jackson, Ports-
mouth, N. II.
I have had nasal catarrh for 10
years so bad that there were great
sores in my nose, and one place wa
eaten through. I got Ely's Cream
lialm. iwo bottles did the work
My nose and head are well. I feel
like another man. C. S. McMillen
Sibley. Jackson county. Mo.
The soldierly Duke d'Eperney became
nick for hours if he saw a hare, and once
kept his bed for a week because one leaped
The Furniture establishmen
CLEMINN h SA
is replete with all the novelties of the
son, purchased for cash from tta
known makers in Grand Rnnirk tu. 1
. r ,uc'cJ
noi oniy bave you money, out give von
and choice designs in Parlor and Chan-
l-urniture, siaeooaras, tables, chairs
1,,Mrro Tr,on1m a f
luuugto. liiaiirviug vuu iui yuur patfQv
they solicit an early call.
1525 and 1527
m mm. mm. m
For Sorses, Cattle, Sheep, Scgs, Ecs,
300 Page Book on Trent men t of Animals
and Chart Sf Dl .Free,
crura; ( Fevers, CpnsreM ion. In flitmmntlon
A. A. 3 Spinal 3Inineitin, Milk Fever.
Ii.lt strain. Lament-, lihramatism,
('.('.-nimrmper, Nasal Dint-barges.
ll.D. ltot or lirnbn, Worm.
K.K. oUBb!. Heaves, I'neumonlau
F.K. folic or ;riprw. Bellyache.
(;.;. M inearriare. Hemorrhage.
11.11. I rinary and Kidney IHneasrs,
1.1. Eruptive irap. Mange.
J.K. Diseases of ingestion, Pamirs!
BinRle Bottle (over 50 doses), - - .60
Stable fane, with Spertflr. Manual.
Veterinary Cure Oil ami Medicator,
Jar Veterinary Care Oil, - - l.OO
Sold by BninMil t " prepaid anyohm mm Im mmf
quaNtity receipt f prlr.
HLErHHKTS-EKD.ro.. Ill A lit WIItlAm St., SwTi.
Nervous Debiiitv. Vital Weakness,
and Prostration, from over-work or other causes.
Si per vial, or 6 vil and lame vial powder, tors
Sold l Irm:piiit, - t-Dt K'.idon in-.- l-i ol pneav
"miPIBKWIKI.CO. !11 IIWUIiaSl..Ja
B. F. DeGEAH,
Contractor einci Build
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth 8t.
and Seventh Avenue,
VAll kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Plans ana r.tioatti tor ;' ...
farnishei on applicattou
Prcprietoror of the 15idy sttiet
Ail kinds of Cut Flowers conrtMit'.v on n-.i,..
One block from Central park, the laref t In Iowa.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Build
1121 1183 Faurth avecne. Residence 1119 Fonnh -avi.-r.se.
Flans and specifications furnished on all classes o work; alfo aii-tt fctW.
&dins Bl'.nds.something new, 6tylisD and de;rab".t.
SUITS, CAPES, JACKETS
WAISTS AND WRAPPER
Our prices will be found one-fourth to one-third less than similar
ities can be bought elsewhere. We give you the best quality, the t
siyles and do not ask you to pay the high prices that other firms
At $3.95 a Nobby Butterfly Cape Jacket, worth $ 6.35
At 4.50 a Nobby Tripple Cape Jacket. " S.00
At 6.00 an Elegant Tuxedo Jacket - " 9 00
At 6.75 an Elegant Derby Cape Jacket, " 10.25
At S.25 an Elegant Cape Jacket, " 13.25
At 9.25, 10.50, 12.25, 15 00, 19.00 and 22.00 line of Jackets.
Every style and color represented in this assortment you
will pay from $3 to $S more if you purchase elsewhere.
Wrappers, Tea Gowns
----and Lounging Hoi
Our $i.4S Wrappers reduced to $1.00 Our $3.25 Tea Gowns reduced to:
T -- MVnnprc rrAvirA t rn I Our -? m Ton finivn? reduct'tl to
Our 2.78 Wrappers reduced to 1 So Our 2.25, 2.75, 4.50- 5-5 and b 0i
Gowns all worth from $1.00 to $3.00 more.
SUITS At $4 25 Elegant Blue Serge Eton Suits, worth $ 6.75
At 5.50 Elegant Blue and Black Eton Suits, " 9 0
At 7.50 Elegant Grey Mixture Eton Suits, ' 10.00
At 9.25 Elegant Tan Mixture Eton Suits, " 14.00
At 12.50 Elegant Reefer Suits in navy and black " 1S.00
SWaists at greatly reduced prices
In Millinery we lead in Styles and Low Pric4
114V West Second Street, Davenport
Velvpt fanci; 57.60 worth Si 2.0.
- 1 t J , .
$2, SO, 2.75. 3-00, 4-50, 6.00, 7-50 ana v-v
all worth from $1.00 to 5.00 more.