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TO THE KAST.
Dw-.tDtn'r' Car Service in the World.
The Kock Islan'l is foremost in
floptinanv advantage calculated
to improve pfx.-ed and ivc that lux
ury, Hafety and comfort that jx-pular
patronage demands. Its equipment
h tborouhiv complete with vesti
buled traintt. magnificent dinin"
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
nnu polite, tionest ervice from em
ployes are important items. They
area double tluty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Rock Island Route runs all
egular trains to Englewood subur
an station, close to World's Fair
i rounds, and vou can save time and
'rouble by getting off at that point
,na avoid me crowu in tne citv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office ia the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
GenT Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, III,
. St John, Gen'l Mgr. Chicago 111
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fe-i ititor. i& Ctory; o3ce Biford'f
b:ock, Kotk I.nd
McENIRY At MeENIRY.
ATTORNEY ATLAW Loaa mor.tr on r-d
ccrf'y. make co Irct-ort. Hferer-,
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S W. ODELL.
ATTORVEY AT LAW Formerly of Port By.-or.
and c.r,i,- ne pjt twr. year with tk tna o
B-owBtu A Cr.tr.kea at M )line. tat bow ourard
aioxiBra. td:tcr.aa bai.dlrf. room V. at
R. M. PEARCE.
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Take e'.e ator.
LR. J. E. H.VVTHORNE,
Teeta extracted wit joci pa;n by lb te
o 17i crnzi aretatr. orer Krai! KitfcV
Drs. Bickel ScS'-choe maker.
Mitchel; & Lynde ' Bl xk. Rooms 81
(Take El -rvator)
Kiwabd L. Bahbati. clabk H. Bepoio
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AETHITECrs R'k I; .od. til OSce-Room
41. MiTcbtU A Lynde iQildic?.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
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TAKB BLET a "OB
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Fpeclal attention given to diKaccg of tbe Eye
Office and reaidence 312 Twentieth atrect.
Office boar : 10 to U a . I to 4 and 7 to I
r. . Telephone Ho. l jot .
Physician aid Surgeon,
1134 Third Ae
Telephone 1270. Rock Islad, III.
Office Honr : 10 a. m. ta 12 m., 1 to 8 p. m. and
i. R. Dollowboeh, M. D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH EOLLOWBUSH
pHYBIClANS AND SrRGWONS,
A Office 4fMfflrd rt. Teltphone KMC
Hef idence 711 sn.t Ht. - use
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Dr. barlb . jr, ilolloirbniiti
to ir a, m, 10 to 1 a. m.
1 to 1 and 7 to a p. m. I 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
EYE, KAU, NOE
'fllce McCmilough Bbi ding. 1S4 W. 3d St.
dnura : a to 11 am : 1 to 4 urn.
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DRS. MYERS 4- WHEELER.
Barar-ry aad llea- of Wamrn
Office over Krell A Mat) '(. Telephone 1148.
I DR. WHEELER.
I 1 to 10 a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 0 p. m. 1 1 to 3 and 7 to p. m
H.'.. telephone IJtxi. I He, telephone.
Mitchell & Lynde Block,
Irrcan Persons Restore
Dr. K LIKE fi CHEAT
I lNPAM.tlU.il if ! .k-n ti dirci JV -A.
I firtt dny'M TrratUi and rial frv tr
t'H-nW,HrVpvmjJ Hif.rh-r;.'-,fnlrrT when
'ivcj. r-Tia run"-,, r. u. ant exitr- rnr ni
iflftrd to I'N.KIJVhx II A h S(..Pbil.'l-lnhl P-
to W W
HOW THE EOYS AND GlF.LS OF THE
K!CH ARE EROUGHT UP.
Tnar People TT1 Trzrcl All Om tbe
Clilirrd V rl J WitkMl Iitemplraa to
Their Mulie rial Food and Ft
$weetBaea.t for Moat of Them.
There are ia the United States aloat
1C0 children who, upon arriving at the
age of maturity, will come into the pos-1
s65ion of very large forttme. They will j
each have many millions of dollar. In
fact one-sixth of the wealth of the United
States is raf pod to be in the hands cf
20 millionaire familie. and each child of
each family will ome lay own the mil
lions that bave been accumulated for it
by its parai: and prar.dparpnt.
The iirects of the ehiMren who will
some 4ay own one-sixth cf all the wealth
in this country are very can-ful about
the traininz and the education of theie
fortTtiiate yoan?ters. They are I ring
ing them cpas can .-fully a ever the chil
dren of the royal fami'.;-s of England and
G-ruiariy wf-re bron-h: up. Tiuir teich
rs are s-:l?:el fn.ni the Wt in the
world, and they are taasfct, di.vriplinel
and cril'.od in a wonderful way a way
that many children would consider very
hard, ftrict and tire.me.
Thee millionaire children must be
well train!. Wf-ause thy will con;r'-I
many of the railroad of America, tele
prajh comfar.ie. and gold, silver and
oil mine. Vid" iron interests and other
As a rule thy travel a preat deal, and
K'me of them have lK-n over our whole
Take the VanderLilt children for ex
ample. They are constantly on the go.
In the summer they are at Newport.
Later they vi;it Lenox. Then they gr to
Europe in a private tteam yacht and re
turn just in time to Fjnd Christmas at
home. From February until June t iey
travel through the west ia a private car.
But during all thee trips their stu lies
are uninterrupted. A corps of teacher?,
governess and private tutors accompany
them everywhere. Their studies are no
more disturbed by a departure for Mexi
co than a public school chiM's studio are
disturbed by a hailstorm.
Some time ago Mr. Seward Wtbb and
his wife and children journeved to the
World's fair ia a sjvial train. T'ney
stopped to sit Mexico, Tcxa. ar.d Cali
fornia first. During all this long trip
the Webb children and some little cr.n
ins who acroinpaftitd them went on
with their studies as usual. There was
a special car jus: for that purpose. je
car was callel the Idler," and it was
gorgeou.-ly hung with blue tapestries and
fine pictures. It had a blue carpet and
blue chairs, and r.il its furnishings sug
gested a daintily appointed schfxjlroom
rather than a railroad car.
While on such trips the children are
taught geography from observation, and
it is easy to s-e that they get a fine
knowledge of the country which they
will some day control to a great extent.
When the W. K. Vanderbilt children
are at home they are taught in a school
room which is lieautifally decorated with
Mother Goose melodies and nursery
rhymes. There are also simple quota
tions from Shakespeare for the older
children. Nothing is sjared to make
the book education complete.
In their daily live, their goings an 1
their comings and their play, nearly ail
of the little American aristocrats are
brought up alike. And that is with ex
treme simplicity. They dre.-s with one
half the elegance cf other children, and
they eat plainer food. Such children as
these wtar no jewelry at ail. They do
not know what it is to have gold rings,
bangle bracelets and necklaces. Nor do
they carry watches.
Mrs. Paran Stevens, who i a very rich
woman, says that livr daughter, who is
now the wealthy Mrs. Arthur Paget of
London and New York, went wild with
de-light over a simple little ring given to
her when Ae was 18. It was her very
first bit of jewelry.
Mrs. Whitney, the wife of ex-Secretary
Whitney, used to make it a point to
take her lunch at the children's dinner
honr, and it was then that she took oc
casion to teach her little ones by precept
and example the little elegances of man
ner which mark the well bred person.
Mrs. Flagler, the wife of the rich Stand
ard Oil man, goes farther and often
lunches with her children in their school
room and devotes many hours to person
But of course the dailv life of rich
; children is not all discipline
I they do not have candy and jewelry and
. rich clothes and rich food, they have
.luxuries which other children do not
Jhave. Tnev own beautiful horses and
fine dogs, all of the best breeds. A mil
lionaire boy has his saddle horse and of
ten his tandem team when at his coun
try home, and 6ome of these boys have a
four in hand. When one of these boys
wants a new horse, he buys one or se
lects one from his father's stables. He
has a kennel of dogs, besides rare bird3
and other pets. And if he wants to own
a collection of stamps or stones or but
terflies or any other one thing, his father
gives him money to buy the best that
can be bought.
When young William Astor Chanler,
who is now exploring the heart of Afri
ea, was ppenuing his summers at Lake
George not many years ago, he was
seized with a fancy for owning boats of
all kinds. He wanted canoes, duck
boats, yachts and launches.
And he got them all. But the chil
dren of the neighborhood used to say
that "poor Willie Chanler" was never
allowed to buy soda water or candy.
One day the temptation to buy candy
became too strong for the boy million
aire, and he marched boldly into a candy
store with a company of Lake George
boys at bis hoels.
"Give me 23 cents' worth of candy,"
said he, "and charge it to William A."
New York Press. "
Assertion unsupported by fact is nuga
tory. Surmise and general abuse, in
however elegant language, ought not to
pass for truth. Junius.
Two Boy Take to th Hi;hwy aad
O.ri Rui a afe.
A rather oecubar safe robbery oc
curred in Virginia City. Nev. A well
known basin-? mm stepped oat of
his store f r a f-;w minutes, leaving
the door of h:s safe open. During his
absence a little girl of thirteen who
IiTes in tne neighborhood abstracted
525 from the safe. She tok the
money secretly and departeJ. and
when the merchant discovered the
loss he could not account for it The
detection of the youthful robber was
due to mistaken generosity on her
part. She divided her pelf with a girl
p ay mate. The playmate displayed
her wealth to her parents, who ex
traetel a confession from her and
then returned her share of the mtiney
to the merchant with the story of the
The youthful thief denied the rob
'bery in the face of her playmates con
fession, and later covert'y replaced
most of the money retained by her in
a pigeon-hole in the merchant's (ls-i.
The faci ity with which the robbery
was corn nittl by the youthful depre
dator was owing to the fa.-t that she
frequented the store of the merehnta
great deal and was not suspect-? ! of
evil intentions. When she divided
the money with her playmate they
bought purs.1 to hold it, previous to
which she had carried it in one of her
tocking. No more of the money was
spent. No prosecution was instituted
on account of the offender's youth.
A few nights ago a young man was
stopped on the corner of D street and
Sutton avenue and told to stand and
deliver by two youths, one of whom
held a leveled pistol at him. Instead
of complying with the demand the
man pulled his gun, when the ama
teur highwaymen toot to their heels
This was the third attempt of the
kind made in the same locality in as
CHARLOTTE CORDAVS SKULL.
The Centenary of Iter Death Attracted
Marti Attention in Fraoce.
As for revolution centenaries of gen
eral interest, next to those of tbe fall
of the bastile aad the founding of the
republic, Charlotte Corday certainly
attracted most attention. As far as
newspaper supplements and articles
go.she tad a celebration for live days.
Of course a good deal was about
Marat, but solely ia justification of
Charlotte Corday's abhorrence of him
Though she counted on joining Ilrutus
and other ancients in the Eysi:in
fields, she wn not indifferent tj earth
ly fame, or she would have been less
solicitous about her portrait, and the
respect and admiration which are
now testified for her would have
gratified her ambition. I5oth the
small hotel in which she lodged and
the house occupied by Marat have
disappeared, but M. Ciaretie possesses
the iron bar of the balconies of both
buildings. Prince Roland Bonaparte
claims moreover to possess Charlotte
Corday 's skull. It came to him from
M. Daruy. who had it from M. St. Al
bin, and the latter showed it to Es
quiros about 14 Experts state that
this skull was never buried, and that
the ten mis.sincr teeth were extracted
after death. The supposition is that
Charlotte Corday's head was handed
over to the medical school, and that
the teeth were givea away as relics.
Price? Ko'ani professes to have clear
proofs of the genuineness of the skuiL
It may be added that one of the jury
who condemned Charlotte was
Fualdes. whose murderin made a
great sensation, and was for a tiaie
enveloped in mystery.
The "Ear of Dionyeiua.
A cunningly constructed prison
cavern, consisting of a large chamber
connected with one of smaller dimen
sions, situated near Syracuse, Italy,
has gone into legendary history with
the title of the "Ear of Dionysius."
The smaller chamber was unknown
to the prisoners kept in this under
ground dungeon, and the tyrant by
whose name it was known had a habit
of secreting himself there to listen to
the conversation of the convicts, who
were mostly political offenders. An
ingenious device constructed at the
smaller end of the larger chamber
transmitted the sounds through the
partition, thus enabling the suspicious
ruler to heir even the whispered con-
i vcrsations of his suspects."
A Mountain of Hornetone.
Mount Kineo, which rises precipi
tously 700 feet out of Moosehead lake,
in Maine, is wholly composed of horn
stone, and is the largest mass of that
mineral in the known world. There
is no true flint in the United States,
but horustoue so closely resembles it
that it takes an expert to tell the dif
ference. This rock supplied arrow
heads to Indians hundreds and thou
sands of miles away. The discovery
of these arrow-heads in the Mississippi
valley has led to the belief that a sys
tem of commercial exchange must
have existed among the red men in
former centuries. According to an
Indian tradition the mountain is the
body of a monster moose that was
slain by a giant?
Liquor In Belgium.
The Belgians seem to excel all the
rest of Europe in their devotion to
alcohol. There are 150,000 'schnaps"
houses in Belgium and only 5,000
schools; that is to say, there is one inn
or "estaminet" to every thirty-nine
Belgians and only one school to every
, The Untterfly and Ita Case.
The roost enrious thing about the
butterfly is the size of the case from
which the insect proceeds compared
with the size of the insect's body. The
case is rarely more than one inch Ion?
' and a quarter of an inch ia thickness;
. the bulterfly covers a surface of
I nearly four inches square.
J GosraEtei C-
j We authorize our adverti--! Iru
it to sell Dr. Kind's New Discovery
' for consumption, couh and cold.
t upon this condition. If vou are af
flicted with a convL, cold or any lunjr,
throat or chest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, ivin;r it a
fair trial, and experience no benefit,
yon may return the lottSe and have
your money refunded. Wecould not
make this offer did we not know that
Dr. Kind's New Discovery could be
relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ulle
mever's drti- store. Larjre size 50e
Since its tirst introduction Electric
Hitters has gained rapidly in jojular
favor, until now it is clearly in the
lead ani'm; pure medicinal tonic
and alterative containing nothing
which jx-rmits it use a a 1-everae
r intoxicant, it i recognized a the
best and purest medicine f-r all ail
ments id stmaeh. liver or kidneys.
It will cure sick headach-. indiges
tion, constipation, and drive malaria
torn the vstcm. Satisfaction guar
anteed with ea. li lttle or the money
will be refunded. Price only o'.'c -r
bottle. Sold bv Hartz U.Iemeyer.
BUCKLES S AESICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcer, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hand,
chilblains, corn, and all skin erup,
tion. and posi .ively cures pile or
no pay required. It i guaranteed
to ive perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale bv Hartz & Ulieniever
In a City Restaurant.
A trifling incident noted cot long ago
in a city restaurant tells its own 6tory
and needs no spoken moraL Two girls,
possibly attendants in a shop, were sit
ting together eating their luncheon, and
one was holding forth to her companion
on an experience which had jast befallen
"I came in here." said she, "and got
this seat, but wan't long before an old
lady came in and sat next to me. She
took off one pair cf glasses and put om
another. Then she stared and stared at
the bill rf f..re and laid it down. I
thought f.rst s';.e couldn't read a word
Then slic tnrn-l around to me.
" Will yoa let m- sit nest to the win
duwr says he.
"I didn't take any notice, and in a min
ute she sai l it again. Then I answered
" 'No,' says I. 'this is my settt.and Pm
going to ke,-- it.'
She turned "way round in her chair
then ar.d looked me all over. Then Ehe
looked away. Cat I guess she knew I'd
got the best of her, for she did have the
manners to say:
" -I beg your pardon.
'She spoke real low, and I noticed she
looked kind of surprised." Youth's Com
panion. it Open the lyes-
-My dsu.htcr : tr-tng her sipht,"" faid an
ac!oos roo her, '"and jat on ihe eecf mirriaee.
on! w hit sha I Ido?'" -Let her gel married.
by all rcr ans." re.pinied he donor: "tnarriajre
a rrsra'.ar ee opener " A read's t-y, open
pre ty vidc-lr, Khi.-n be t' df h s wife' cha m-
di-ar i-raric;. Ht 4i:h !.s tbe bet fiiend of buty.
and the iiinoii-rjb e II-1 whirt women are pe
tal arl; -u;et. i: w z-; cDerrlcig. Eiper ence
prov thit women who po-sef toe best health.
i-t l'r rirc.'f FavoMte Prescription. It 1 the
arir me I;c:re for w.?m--r, eoid by drJC-i-ts, un
der i jo ti e ?rar."ee 'rrm ibe :nan :fictaiers.
thst i: ill pre fil.iC!!:niii ivr, cae. or
mon, y i 1 be re'o-ile '. This pairan-ee has
b-ea i rirted o i tbe b.t:le wrjr;r. tr.i flth-
ullvciT id out for m ny jear.
" Vn 'Baby -was sick. w frnTr- n-r tator!a.
vrbei, --t.ff lisa Child, she tried for Ca.oria,
TLn !: l.x-arae ML", she clucfr to Castoria,
When she had iTildrcn, she gave them Castor la
Lane's Familv Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Couhin leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
A new and Complete Treatment, conrlctinc of
tinppoeitoriee. Ointment in Carwnlr, aleo in Box
and Piila; A Poem-re nre for External, Blind or
Bleedinc Itchine. Chronic. Recent or Hereditary
Pile. Female wBAKREssEa and many otber dla
eaet ; it i al waye a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with tbe knife nnceceeeary
hereafter. Thle Remedy baa never been know a
to fail . tl per box. 6 for Jo ; sent br mall. Why
nffer from thi terriable diaeae when a written
emarantee i poeitivly given with bottle, to re
fund the money if not cared. Send f'.amp for
true aainpie. Oaaraclee laeaed by our Atfe&l.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acta like maple on the stomach. Liver and Baw
ela; dl)ele Oyfpeptia, Billonsne'ii, Fever. Colds.
Servooe liaordera,slepleeeneM.Lo of Appetite,
reatoree tbe completion; perfect digestion fol
low! their uae. Positive care for Sick Headache
and Constipation. mall, mild, vary to take. Large
Vial-of VI "illnB. entK.
HARTZ &. ULLMBYER Sole Amenta Bock Iel
Cor. Michigan Are end Vonrce St. CHICAGO.
TKOBOUCM IHSmUCTIOH. CHEAP BOAROINQ.
lesant firuiu:l bi;:iCin
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known Fire lnararce Co-..- '
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Security In. Co.. ewVaV-
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"THE OLD RELIABLE.
HAYES & CLEATEUjj
RtH resenting over 4o -. .
of Cah asstu
Tire. Life. Tcmaic.
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFICE Room SI. Mitchell a ! r--. -. .
nock Island. IK. -
lySecBre oer ra:ea: tier w.Z .zurrr r..
J M BUFORD,
Tfce oid P:re acd Timtr-rr:c ;-,
Losses Prcniptlv Paii.
tatce r low a ny re'iaD;e coi;m i:
Yonr FalrotAjje i sol.
STATE SAVINGS 2Li;Z.
Jfflce Comer Fiftees:h street scd 7i.-t i't.
Sacccedfthe MolineSarinr ate. orrc.e; :
5 PerClM 15TECEST .AID ON MPjm!!.
Oranlied aider su.:e Li;.
Oet from 9 a. m. to 3 t a., and Weil
Saturday eight from 7 :o ; rs
ti. A. AIMSWOBTH,
1. F. Hebknwat.
ni RECTO b:
Porter Skinner. W. W. W
C.A.Rose, H.A. Airrw
G. H. Edward. w. H. A.:-
Andrew Fribere;, c. F. nmeLW
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the txriti
a pot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OUCUARB, NEBRASKA.
K. W. Dabt. Preeident.
1. S. Dabt Ca h::.
Mitchell Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Kock Island Ni.or
c. C. Carter, w . D.
Henry Dart'a Sona. Wholesale Oroer
WHEN YOU VtSIT
Do not forget to see ihe ex
hibit of the General Elec
tric Company in ;the Elec
tricity Buildiog, V e Intra
mural Railway equipped"
with General Electric Com
pany's apparatus, theElec
trie Launches equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's motors, and the Gen
eral Electiic company's Arc
Lighting Plant and Power
Generators in Machinery