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OHICAOO, BOCK ISIB Thirty
ftnt street. Frank U. Plnmmer, agent.
Council Binds Minneso- J
ta Day Express
Kansas City Day Express. ..
Omaha Eipress .. .........
Omaha and Denver Verti- I
bale Kxpress i
Esmm Cltr United
Stuart-Rock Island Expres'
St. Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City ard t-t . Joe
Dt-nviT, Colorado Spring- I
and 1'ueblo I
1 :05 am
1 ;20 pm
7 :45 am
4 M5 am
4.5 ami 3:20 am
4:5u ainl'U ;1.1 pm
5:40 pm a:iu am
6:15 am 9:05 pm
tl:15 am; 9:1V pm
llM.-i am 3:50 pm
Daily, tiioinn enft. wrot.
BURLINGTON RoUTK C, B. & t. KAU.
way Depot First avenue and Sixteen:''
M.J. Younc. aent.
St. Loo.a :Cxpre8.
St. Louis Express
St Paul Kxpress
ft :40 an j 7:40 p
:f 0 pir.
' 7 :fv sn
1 55 a n
6 f i) r-m
CHICAGO, X III VTA IT KB B fcT. PAUL HAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holmes .agent.
Mall and Kxpress
St. Paul Expr-ss
LtiVi. I Abbive
4 43 pm; U:45 am
:45 rr : S01 s-
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenna and Twentieth atrcet. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
Fast Mall Kxpress....
8 :05 am
7 :05 pro
1 lb pm
9:10 am 3 0) pm
I 4:00 Dm 8:05 am
BCHLINUTON, CEDAR RAPIDS & NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street.Uav
enport. J.B.H:innesrn, Gen.T'k't A Pas. Aeent.
Davenport Trains. Leave, j Arrive.
PaBenccr 4 :55 pm, 10:45 am
Freight. 5:00 ami 11:15 am
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train ; rNortli. ;3onh.
PasJtn"er l7:S"m M0:M0pm
i " ' ialOtftlpm a4 4Vim
"" an 45 am :i7:l'l'tn
Freight j 1.1:15 pm M :15pm
I b9:15im Ml:o0am
aDailyl bD:illv except Sundiy. -"Going uor:li.
Goinpr South and east
5? 1 TAKE
It CMS T DtRBCT ROCTB TO THK
East, South and Southeast.
" " F.ist At "l.i Kxpress
Lv. Rock Island I 8:0nam 2:20 pm
Ar, Orion 8:45 am, 3 :04 pm
Cambridge 9:iNm 3:07pm
Oalya ... ' 9::itamj 8:57pm
Wyoming '10:11 am! 4:S3pm
Princeville 10:30ami 4:55pm
Peoria Ill :15 am! 5:40 pm
Decatur.... . .
St. Louis ... .
10 :00 pra
lit: 00 am
7 :40 rr
kr. Rock Iir.l.
10:10 am 3:50 pm
i 1 :3ft pm 7 :05 im
'-.Accommodation trains leave Kork Island at
:00 a. m. and 6.20 p. m : arrive at Peoria S :50 p .
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. ta. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:35
All trains ran daily except Sunday.
All passenger traina arrive and depart Cnion
Free Chair ctron Fast Express between Rock
Ie'.ond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickers to all points; bagcai'C cnecked
Lt. Rock Island 1 S.ln am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds 10.20 am 5.08 pm
Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
" j Accom. Accom.
Uw. Cable i -2 am H.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds I 7.00 am 1.45 pm
' Rock Island ' 7.55 am' 8.00 pm
H. B. SUDLOW, rt. TOCKHOLK
Superintendent. ft nv Tkt. Aeeit
STATE SAVINGS BAITK.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
ccecds the Moline Savings ' anK. Organized 1889
5 Per CENT IXTEBEST .'AID OS DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Laws.
pcn.from 8 a. m. to 8 p m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from7 to 8pm
Porter Skiuher, - President
H. A. AIN9WORTH. - Vice-President
J. F. Hembmwat, - - - Cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
V. A. Rose, H . A. Alnsworth,
O. H. .Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Fribertr. C F. Ilemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
male for private parties in thegarden
spot of the weatjhy the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
E.;W. DARTt President.
J. S. DABllCashler. Jy.
Mitchell A Lyndc, Bankers.
J. V, Robinson, Cajhior Rook 1-ilard; "ati)ta
c. C Carter, M. D.
Ueory Dait'c Sous. Wholesale Grocers.
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor says it acts gently on the stomai-h,
liver and kidneys, and is a pleawant laxative. This
drink is made from herbs, and is prepared for use.
as easily as tea. It is called
AlldruceiKtssell itat SOc. and i a package. If yoa
cannot get it. send your address for a free sample.
Lair's Family Medicine move the kowrls
nrh day. 1 n order to be healthy this is necessary
Addren URATOH t WuolAV AH1, Lk ltoY. A. V-
cook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
physician. Miccessf ally nsed
monthly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
safe and reliable mcd'cine
discovered. Beware of un
principled drusrttista who of-
i.,..-i... .....riipinea in tilace of this. Ask for
Cook s Cotton Root Cojipopmo, take no gubstl
tute. or Inclose 1 and cents in postage in letter,
and we will send, sealed, by return mall l ull
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only. S stamps. Adores
No. 8 Fisher Block, Detron Mich.
anK in Hnrk island bv Marshall & Fishe. Pa-
per House, Harta & Bannsen. 30th street and 8o
ave-.and drnijirists evervwhore.
TTOKNEY AT LAW )tnce in Mitchell A
Lynde's new block.
JACKSOJi A. HCIiST,
Office in Ro,.a is.i i
, RocK Island, 111.
TTOKN EYb AT LAW.
II !'.:ox::i: rliiii!: Bnildir.i:
vrsr.r. c. t. wAE.sn
ATTOHXKYS AND COUNSKLLORS AT L'.W
"VOroi-e i" Bot:i.'ston's M'-ck. Koct Island. 111.
.'EMRV & McEMRV,
irr."KNKY"l- AT LaW Loan coney re .-tKo
iecnr:tv, miiko collections, Heftirerxe. Vuch
r'.lA Lyndc. bankers. OUtoe ir. PoHtortlcs l.-.ci
S. W. 0IELU
TTORXEY AT LAW Formerly of Port P.yron.
and durini? the past two years with the firm of
irowninir A Entrikeu at Moline, has now opened
m office in the xuditoriusn building, room 5, at
C J. SEARLB. S. W. SEARLB.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
I TTOKNEvS and Counsellor at Law and So
.1 licltors lc Chancer : office Buford's block.
Physician and Surgeon,
1 184 Third Aye.,
Telephone li.". Uock Islam. III.
OffiVe lliiiirs: 10 a. ni. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Hollowbush, M. D. tieo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PFIY5I0IAN8 AND SUKGEONS.
Office 4Wi3rd t. Telephone 1(5
Residence TSISlst st. " 1188
Dr. BarTh I Dr. Uollowbnsh
d to 10 a, m. I 10 to 12 a. m.
1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m, 1 a to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCu-lloush Building, m W. 3d 8t.
Hours: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mters, M. D. Geo. W. Whibi.br, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
WarcTV and Disrates of Women
Office over Krell & Math's. Telephone 1143.
br. mters . i dr. wheeler.
0 to 12 a. m. I 8 to 10 a. m.
to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m I 1 to 8 and 7 to 9 p. m
es. telephone 1200. Res. telephone, 110.
R, Mi PEARCE,
doom 33 in Mitchell A Lynde's new bloc.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
ORS. BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-81
Edward L. Hiimn. Clark H. Buford.
HAM MATT & BUFORD,
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111 . Office Room
41. Mitchell JtLynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR.
Plans and superintendence for all'class ol
Rooms 53 and 55, Mitchell A Lynde bnildlng
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., Sew York City.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on (be European pln.
Room rates 81 a day and npward.
Restaurant equal to the best in tho city at mod
frtrect cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pnss the door.
UXLDRETH & ALLEN, Pirp'e.
o The Coinkectlcnt ifalldlnB
Up among the state buildings, at the
northeast corner of the fair grounds, near
the sea wall where the surf makes music,
there is a handsome old mansion which
the state of Connecticut has erected as
headquarters. It is a faithful reproduc
tion of a colonial mansion. Before the
revolutionary period such buildings were
the pride of the wealthier class of resi
dents of the nutmeg state. There are
many people living who remember the
older structures, and the rural towns of
the state still contain glorious architec
tural examples of these manor houses,
long after their original owners have
passed away. Ynen it was decided to
erect a headquarters for Connecticut on
the fair grounds tho state commission in
structed its architects to reproduce one of
those historic mansions. This lins been
done. Commissioner J. II. Vaill, who is
executive manager and secretary of the
Connect icut state hoard, has taken up his
residence in the building with his family
until the fall. Mr. Vaill's family will oc
cupy two of the rooms upstairs and the
janitor's family will occupy another room.
The living apartments are on one side of
the spacious hall upstairs. On the other
side of the hall are three rooms, which
will be open to public inspection. It is
difficult to do justice to the dainty furnish
ings of these three rooms. They are fitted
up with old-fashioned bedsteads and an
tique furniture. The bed quilts, curtains
and hangings are loaned by prominent
families of Connecticut, who value them
as heirlooms. One, room is called the
Charter Oak room;
Fish have many times been taught tc
perform tricks, and it would appear a
if they had much more intelligence thaD
is attributed to them. Mr. J. A. Bailej
of circus fame once had two brook front
in a small aquarium in his private rt-si-denco
that would jump out of tho watet
and take flies held between the forefingei
and thumb and would also ring a little
bell when they required food. The
would r.lso leap over little bars of wood
placed about two inches above the sur
face of the watt r.
It i3 a very simple rnp.tter to teach tht
fish these tricks. At firt a little town
containing a tiny, sweet toned silver hi 11
was fastened to the iron work of the
aquarium with a piece of string attached
to the tongue of tho K'll extending intt
the water where the trout were. On the
loose end of the f-tring an insect or other
tempting morsel was placed, which the
fish would at once seize, and pulling t'.i
cord the bell in the lower wouhl natu
rally tinkle. After this had been re
peated several days the fish were left
without food for some little time until
they made the discovery that they could
obtain it by pulling at the string to
which the delicacies had been attached.
This they never failed to do ever after
ward when they were hungry and as
that was nearly all the time tho little
bell was constantly tingling as the fish
were continually pulling the cord, and
it was quite a pretty and novel sight.
New York Herald.
The Hawaiian Death lrayer.
Upon the minds of such a people as
the llawaiians were, while under their
ancient form of religion, it was but nat
ural tint superstition should gain a
rooted hold. The most curious and ef
fective belief to which they were made
subject was that a man can lie prayed to
death a belief that survives among the
natives to the present day. For tho suc
cess of the tragical death prayer it was
necessary to obtain some hair or a piece
of finger nail of the intended victim. A
priest was then employed to use incanta
tion and prayer for his destruction. Al
ways informed of the doom that the
priest was invoking upon him, the vic
tim generally pined away and died.
There is a story current that an Eng
lishman in the service of Kamehameha
I, having incurred tho displeasure of a
priest, tho latter proceeded to " remove"
him by the death-prayer process. The
Anglo-Saxon, however, set up an opposi
tion altar in derision, and jokingly pro
claimed that he intended to pray the
priest to death. Alarmed at the threat
and overwhelmed at the failure of his
own incantations, the sorcerer died, prov
ing by his death his faith in his religion.
E. Ellsworth Carey in Californian.
The Work of a London Writer.
"T. P." stands alone among popular
journalists in that practically all his
work is done for one paper. The Weekly
Sun. of which he is the founder and ed
itor, lie knows as well as any one tho
value of his own pen, and he takes care
to write the most important parts of the
patier himself and to append his famous
initials to all his work. A casual glance
through a number of the paper will serve
to show the amount and variety of his
First there is a review of the "book
of the week," which invariably extends
over five closely packed columns. This
article, always conspicuously brilliant,
would be a good two days' work for
any writer. Then there are the editorial
notes from one to two columns; an inter
view with some celebrity, one column;
theatrical critiques, two or three col
umns, and lastly a few paragraphs on
the correspondence page. All these are
signed "T. P." Yet Mr. O'Connor con
trives to keep in the forefront of the
political battle and also to write an oc
casional book. London Tit-Bits.
Gallant Rnfus Cfcoste-
n a pretty girl saying to Rnfus Chrate, "I am
very sad yoa-see," he replied. "O. no; you belons
to the old Jewish sect; you are very fair-I-see!"
Sothing adds so much to the beauty of a fair
girl, as a clear, bright, healthy complexion, aud
to ecnre this pure blood is indospeusable. So
many of the so called blood puriflers sold to im
prove a rough, pimply, muddy skin, only drive
the scrofulous humors from the surface to fome
internal vital organ, and disease and death is the
inevitable result. On the contrary. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Sledical Discovery strikes directly at the
root of the evil, by drlvltii? the impurities en
tirely cut of the system, atd with a fresh stream
of pure blood flowing through the vcias nothing
but trie softest and fairest ol complexions can re
sult. Fits All fits stopped free by Ir
Kline's Great Nerve llestorer". Xo
fits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and $ 2 trial hot
tie free to fit cases. Send to I)r
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For sale by all druggists; call
T-W o Charges.
There was a suit tried in the United
States circuit court at Raleigh some
years ago in which a Baltimore commis
sion house was plaintiff and General
Bryan Grimes, who led the last charge
at Appomattox, was defendant. Judga
Bond, who presided, was strongly anti
Bouthern during the war and a citizen
of Baltimore. The late Governor Fowle,
who was a very eloquent lawyer, repre
sented General G rimes, and in his ap
peal to the jury laid full stress on the
character and record of his client and
dwelt eloquently on the "last cliurge at
Appomattox." Coming out of the court,
he said to the opposing counsel (now
Judge Fuller cf the United States laud
claims court). "Fuller, that last charge
at Appomattox has got me the jury.'
"Yes," said Fuller very quietly: "and
that last charge of Judge Bond has got
me the verdict." And so it proved.
Various Sources of Silk.
Silk worms are hot the solo source of
tho production of silk: it is also obtained
from several vegetable substances, but
of an inferior and less durable descrip
tion. Excellent colored silk is obtained
from the prepared and finer fibers of the
bamboo, which is much in demand for
clothing in tropical countries from its
lightness and porosity. Another form of
silk is obtained from the pods of the silk
cotton tree, of which there are several
varieties in existence, the material ob
tained from them being known as vege
table silk. Brooklyn Eagle.
It All Depends.
"How long," says a contemporary,
"can one live without air?"
It dexx'nds on the air. Most eople
could live a long time without some of
the airs which have been popular during
the last twelvemonth. Exchange.
A Little Girl's Exoenei.ce in a L'sThthnse.
Mr. and Mrs. Lnri-n Trescott arc.
keeners of the Gov. I.iirhthouse at
Sand Hi ach. Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years obi. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
conyh and turning into a fever.
Doctors at homo :!'! at Detroit treat
ed her, but in ain. she grew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere liand
ful o- lone.'" Then she tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and alter the
tise of two and a half bottles.
completely cured. They say
kin" s New Discovery is worth
weight in gold, yet you may try a
bottle f roe at llartz vv I'llemeyer's.
STKKMiTII AN1 HEALTH.
If voii are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Hitlers. If --La
Grippe"" has left yon weak and weary,
use Electric Hitters. This remcdy
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding tho.-e organs
to perform their functions. If yon
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will find speedy and a jx-rmanent re
lief by taking Electric Hitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy von need. Large bottles
only oe. at Hart. & Ullcmever's.
BICKLENS ARNICA SALVE.
The best salvo in the world for etits,
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 sat i sfaction, or money
refunded. Price 2.5 cents per box.
For sale bv Hartz & Ullemeyer
When Raby was sick, we gnw ner castoria.
When he was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became 5Ii, she clunpr to Cartoria.
When she had Cluldren, she gave them Ca-stori.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
ChikJ'-eii Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Chlldref; Cry for
is one of the first good effects
telt by users of Scott's Emulsion
of cod liver oil with Hypophos
phites. Good appetite begets
is a fat food that provides its
own tonic Instead of a tax up
on appetite and digestion it is a
wonderful help to both.
Scotfs Emulsion ar
rests the progress of
chitis. Scrofula, and
other wasting diseases
by raising a barrier of
healthy ncsh, strength
Prepared by bcott A Bowne. N. Y. All drueelsts.
Cor. Michigan Ave. and Monroe St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHEAP BOARDING.
Is the best remedy for
all complaints peculiar
jr A MEDICAL fcrm- I
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aled Envelope. U
31 It-r P:n,. . T
50.. Trial ,tu;
Pe II l.v ov.
f ..txaiuiis i.. ,,-,r....,
Heating and Ventilating Friine
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete linw of Pipe, Bras3 Goods, i'ackii,,, u
Fire Brick Etc. L-argest and best qait-p-j
establishment west of Chicago
DAVia UlUtvii. Moline, Dl.
1 1. 114 West SereKeeJ
Telephone 1 14. .
3 eIdem-! Telent'on 1 1P
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOULEaf
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USE3
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Rock Island Savings Bank,
Hock 1i.am. III.
Open daily from a. m. to 4 p. m., and Sanrdny ..!::: - . ci T ; -
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned !i re:;;;:
lateral r Real Estate security.
P. L. MITCHELL, Prts't. F. C. DKNKMAS Vice Fris't. .1. V I ' : ;.
P. L. Mitchell, F. C. Denkmnnn, John CraMnch. riil M:'rhi-1. H. !'. H . I
E. W. Ilnrt, J. M. Ifufurd, John V. :k.
Jackson Jc Huht. Sclioit"f.
Began business Jly 8, ltOO, and occupy the southeast ecrnirof M.uU-:: A Lj: C- ? :
A. II. HILL. PH.
Cor. Fourth ave., and Twenty-third street
Is lovi krcated In his new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Stre-f
tyXisht shoes a specialty. opposite tie Cv.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder
1121 1123 Fenrth avenue. Resilience 1119 Fcnr h av'i.ut.
Plans and specifications fnrnlshed on all classes o work; a!i ."tr.i dr W..rfiv
S'ldine Bl!nds,sociething new, stylish and derU.
Ii' ITS i-LAS
Rock Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
AP kinds of brass, bronie and alnm'.ncm bronre casting, all sh.-rfe? -i '-3-a
specialty of brass metal pattern and ariistic "rV.
hoi !B UFTiit-at 1H1 F1W KtiiOf, i.sst Fnn Jltdict, MlE-"-
J. MAGEK, Prop
ProTtictoror of the Hiadj street
3RJ O SS IE IBL
ne block from Central pirk. the larjef t "la Iowa,
Ail klnls of Cot Flower? eonrtattlT on fcarfl.
.... II 1- H3TE-,"-
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor einci Biailde
lifflce nd Shop O.rncr SeTeateeath 8t. . . Rock ISM
ana nevcnin Avenue,
win H.....n .w . ..lu-t-tr Plana ana estimates for a.. .! '
. ... - ' u.ii- .'i . 1. 1 v, , j . n d r . - "
famished on apolication.
n . .. ihr Nn'n'Rj'cim'tn
Tf, Al li y l h iitl ' 1 1 h rn ni a "J J WM
Cilves Kelief at owe lor t ia . L
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