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Ail traia ria 4 ail axcaut Raada.
AMI aaaaa ar rataa ana aac aapan vaiaa
Ca'rc-na faat Ctprva. aataraaa
tabaaal amd Pml bal dlractleaa.
Taiaack tMkata la all Batatas aanaff eaackad
U. Ba:a laaa I In aa AjSS Baa
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i. . acouow. arocsaocss.
fSBSTlataadaat Oral Tat. Aaatt
SoCCial SorVlC Mid
Contmrnt-ing tsi tolwr tM. the great
RtM-k Island nute inaugurated
daily through tourist car line be
tween Chicago and ! Angclea. via
the Chicago. Kock Island at Pacific
to Kanaaa Cily aad Ft. Worth, and
thence v the Texas Pacific to El
Paso and Southern Paciftic to Los
Arrangement baa been concluded
to ran this car on to San Francisco
by this sontbera route, which is an
excellent one ia winter season. Re-
membcr. this car leaves Chicago
d ally at C n. m. by tbe great Rock
The above mentioned tourist line
a la addition to the double weekly
service from Chicago. Tuesday and
Thursday via Rock Island route.
Denver dt Rio Grande and Southern
Pacific through Pueblo. Salt Lake,
Ogdca and San Francisco to Los An.
Low rate anil excellent service.
Coupled with tbe fast time made by
passenger on these tourist cars,
sake them aa they, deserve, vcrv
Anv coupon ticket agent can give
facts as to rates, and remember
second class tickets are accepted on
Address for full particulars.
Jom Sebastiax, G. T. A.,
' C. B. I. P. By., Chicago.
Brat Am. BaMavaailai
ATTORSBT AT LV-OBca
Lyaaa'a aer alaefe
BITORSCTa AT LAW-OCwa la Rack UtaaA
r ytlkmmi Bask kuiMiar. Noel hlaad. III.
R. awCRf BY. C. l WlUII.
8 WEEN CY WALKER.
ATTOKSET AND COVRSELLORS AT LAW
n Uflka la BoagMoa't block. Kock ItUad. 11L
c. . aiaBxa. a. w. futu,
SEA RLE k 8EARLE.
TfORSEY! A"5D COUNSELLOR AT LAW -
r aa4 aoltctian la Caaacerj
awca, kock lawaa
MoENIRT k McENIRT.
ATTOK5ETA AT LAW Loaa i
ry aa good
n Mrarilr. aukr rallccttnna.
Mitchell Lrbda, baaken. OMca la l'MioBlc
S W. OOELU
IVRXET AT LA W Fenaarlvat Poat Ban
n4 aarlac tac aaat two jnrr wltk the I rat of
Mac A Katrikea ai aoltaa. ba aaw auraaA
la ta Aadttariaai tiaiMUrg. room ft. a'
PUT CIAS AND SCBGEON . '
1IM ThlrJ Avcaoa.
Telephone 1170. Rock lalud, M.
OBra Bonn: 10 a. n.iA IS m., 1 to S p. m, and
I. E. Bollowbulh. M D Geo. E. Bank. K. P.
DRS. BARTH ac BOLLOWBUSH
DUTSIOIAX4 AXO 8LRBONS
r oaecAHtSMat. TclcpkoaeltB
la IV. av
1 tat uAT tola, av.
DR. CHA8 M- ROBINSON,
a? V a TAt y?f i iVIk ra.tAAa WV V
BW a BBa KmW V JAW. aW A aa Ba ram a u.iui
C uaaca McCaUaasfe BalMltac. tM W.MBL
Boara: I ta 11
: 1 to4 aa.
R. M PEARCE.
nBXniT aaai aa ItcaauALfaaVtaaw
W aatca Taata aiaaaaar.
HAWTHORNE, cc 8ILVIS.
flEMTISTS a 1711 gacoaa aaeaaa. aaar Srall
t cl atata'a.
DRS BICKL!at SCBOEMAKER,
EXTAk arBOBON4MlackU Lyaa
aiock, NooaM.w-u. (Taan wnm,
ARCHITECT, Rock lalaad. 111.
4L Mltcaall Lrada eaiMiac
' laca aad eapenateadcBae far an
I II etas, m Batldhua. B mow aa aad SS, Mltch
all a Lyase aainw. taaa BLararoB
W. A- DARLING.
t Baoa 3. Mitcaell Lyadc block
lis Life Worth Living?
That Dc Beads Upoa Tear Health.
Till ears van sad keep yea waU.
saavaale a: Harper I
John Volk dc po.
Meanfact Brers of '
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring;
And all kiada of vreod aaar. far kallders.
Xiffhteenth St. le!. Third and Foarth avenues.
tSSTlZZZZy Q fl nwirrlal !r"od tb oaase of all the quar-
am www WW aj nanM swarmavaaa, Aunxra . U a I aa arm
a WAaaa a - fawm mmawj nsH WW w wbv wmmm si at r a as aa.
8obm time ago yadicata of Eojr
liak CApitaliaU aent eorps of en
ftBoerA to ' ex pi or the Labrador
coaat for the purpose of reporting;
upon the feasibility of adopting for
line of steamship the shorteRt pas
aire between this country and Great
Britain. The tenor of the report was
uch that a company is being formed
to carry out the project. The desire
of the company is not only to. make
an appreciable reduction in the time
of passage between America and
Europe, but also the connection of a
far-off, but interesting, country with
the railroad systems of the United
States and Canada. .
Alter careful study the engineers
selected Tort Marnha.m, which is sit
uated not more than forty miles
north of the straits of Belle Ilc, A9
being not only the most easterly har
bor upon the American continent,
bnt forming at the suim time un un
eqnaled tc. minus for an ocean com
merce on the nc hand and railroad
frame on the omo -. Outside of its
favorable position as the connecting
link between Europe and the great
Wett tho surrounding country is
rich in natural advantages which are
expected to contribute to the success
Of the steamship line.
Ihe whole or the north shore of
the SL l-wrencc is characterized, as
in Battle Harbor, by an immense fish
ing industry (under the supervision
of the marine department of Tana-
da), supporting a large fleet of fast
sailing schooners, which in tho
spring of tho year are engaged in
the scaling industry.
1 he country through which the
proposed railroad is situated is char-
acterized not only br these many
commercial advantages, hut it has a
most dclightrul climate from June to
September. It is worthy of notice
that the snowfall along the route and
in Labrador is only one half of the
yearly volume falling in the neigh
borhood of Luebec: UBidos it is of
extraordinary drynos: hcucc the
value of this climate both in summer
and winter may safely c assumed
for invalids seeking pure, dry air.
Striking across Southern l.alrador
the expedition found that the coun
try, which has hitherto had a bad
reputation as being inacccssit!e for
economical railroad build'., was
not only practically level r almost
the cntiro distance, but was also
admirably adapted for railroad con
struction fo t-heap. in fact, that the
entire railroad would cost little more
than the existing lines over the roll
ing prairies of the Northwest.
The whole of the route selected
for the proposed railroad is exceed
ingly picturesque and passes in the
vicinity of numerous lakes, says the
Railroad Gazette, many of which are
of large area, but of no great depth.
It has taken, of course, a geological
age to form them, for their existence
is due not to an upheaval or depres
sion of the formation, bnt simply to
me long ana continued atmospheric
corrosion, which has created some of
the prettiest lakes that human eye
Has ever seen.
The whole of the route is timbered
with fir and spruce and little juni
per. The minerals found are peculiar
to laurentian formation, such as
plumbago, mica, iron and asbestos.
Titani.'crous ores exist in laige quan
tities, but the other minerals have
not been exhaustively reported upon
I he eastern terminus of the steam
ship lino will be Milford Haven,
which has often been spoken of as
port of destination for transatlantic
Mat a vaiass ta raclna aneat.
In the history of the English house
of commons it is chronicled that dur
ing an altercation between Sir Rob
ert Walpole and Mr. Pulteney. the
latter told tbe minister his Latin
was even worse than his politics, for
he had made a gross misquotation
from Horace. A wager of a guinea
was instantly staked on the matter
and Harding, the clerk of tbe house
being appealed to as arbiter,
be. "with judicious solemnity.'"
gave judgment against Sir
Robert- Ihe premier threw thc
guinea across thc tab'.e and Pulteney
held it up with the observation that
.-1 w&s the firat rmhlii mimsrhn had
touched for a long time.'" At . his
death the coin was discovered, care-
:ully preserved in a piece ol paper
with a memorandum on it recounting
the circumstance. Illustrated Lon
Cypalea aad Tkatr r art raits. ,
Gypsies are particularly super-
titious regarding portraits, and it
is a rarity to find the portrait of a
true Bohemian decorating any art
gallery or store window. They con-
aider it most unlucky to be photo
graphed, and will only consent to
have their profiles taken in con
sideration of receiving, without ask
ing for it, aa old shoestring with
which they eaa bind the spirit of ill
luck certain to pursue the person
whose like has been reproduced.
What S4sa hlaaat.
"And you refuse me after all that
vou have said he continued.
"Because I am not rich r"
Yea, George; that is why." '
"Yet you said that jou could be
content with love in a cottage he
went on bitterly.
Uh. . ue:rge: That was three
months ago. 1 meant a cottage at
a summer resort, you know.
I vraaa mmm rillana Da statu
An American white crane and
West India pelican had a fierce bat
tle ia Central park menagerie, ; New
Tork. over a fish. While the- two
birds were fichtiai- an Exrvtrtiaa Ibis
.. -. yr- ix r- 1
Cartj-ta ta ta Oar Ttaae.
Of all tho men of his period the
celebrated age of Trajan not one
had a better opportunity of studying
the varying phases of society at Rome
than Pliny,'1 writes Professor A P.
Montague, in the New Peterson.
'A favorit. of tho impe: ial Trajan
in many ways the knigbtliestfiguro
that wore the l.oraan purple and
thus having ready access to court
circles, an ern'nent lawyer, a popular
orator, a shrewd roan of business, an
accomplished litterateur, a states
man whose words in the . senat3
were ever heard with respect, a diplo
mats so well equipped that ho was
sent as legate to administer the
troubled affairs of an important
province, the associate Of Tacitus
the greatest historian of antiquity;
the memtorbf many a struggling man
of letters, the friend alike of serf and
Aptet.wi-iit con i 'i 1 uram-ha.rt4r1 m
little vain perhaps, very politic, al- !
ways plausible, never malicions this
charming man iurnishes in himself a
study in o itVs and in society over
which woi would fain linger.
-Like Mrs. Carlylc. of our t'.me.
and Iidy Mary Wo. fey Montague
t f an earlier Oay, he wrote delightful
letters and very many of them, upon
almost every subject f ri m anjaocount
of a grave impeachment trial in the
Roman senate to a note thanking a
friend for a fat hen.
"Pliny, like many bo.isckccpers of
our time, seems to have had trouble
with servants, whom he indulged
to the point of spoiling them alL He
wi-it?sa lcttor to his esteemed mother-in-law.
for whose governing capacity
h? appeared to have a wholesome
respect, to pav him a visit at an
ca-!y day. b cause he desired to
entertain he- and wished her tomako
th-sc savants of h!s bestir them
selve All Chlaaaa Lrttara Xada rablic
In China before a letter is mailed
or delivered to the carrier its con
tents arc displayed, and the keeper
of tho letter shop then signs his
chop,"' or sirn. so that its point of
origin may be detc mined. Parcels
may Iks trasmittt'd in the same man
ner, the charge for carrying being a
percentage of their declared value.
The shopkeeper gives a receipt for
the letter or package, and he thus
becomes responsible for its safo de
livery or its return to the sender
with seal unbroken.
fct- rtrrka Half OtR.
St. Fatricl.-'s half pence were coins
struck in Ireland during the rebel
lion. A great quantity of them were
brought to New Jersey in 1681 by
Mark Newby, and were legalized by
the legislature as current coin. They
represent the saint as expelling the
snakes from Ireland.
Watching tks Bsar-cuuw.
As a m -r cooat hi pold, nlfbt and day.
t 1 count tbe atinntes told la tbe rum;
My eye is diss, aiy hair is this and arajr.
And I know l a jroaritif old aa they ats.
Whcawcaparoacb'-ike acre acd yellow "ear'
of oar dais, we are prone to look Back rvrretfally.
A clear cotecicace and soacd health w 11 Mg-hten
our f loomy reflections. Health is fie rrcatest
blcfaing- -Dr. Piarce a Golden Medical Diwovery
the greatest medicine. It arrests tbe progress of
Inn; and scrofnlons diseagrs, atd cates ccnnaip
t'on. or Lnng-ecrofala. If taken ia line. It is ihe
kins of liver invirorator and b!cd-parifiers, and
povr-fal tonic, baildins np tbe debilitated pa
tient to re:I( et health. Contains no alcohol
Wber. Itany r l.-k, w po urr Cnxtoria.
TTaea .-he m CiUd. she cried for CasUiria.
Vhrn iibr necanie Xiss, i-he chins to Castoria.
Whca she bad Crildrrn, nhe cave t brm Castor a
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
Dowels each oay. Most people need
to use it.
Couching leads to consumption,
Kemp s Balsam will stop the cough
Chlldrei. Cry for
Pitcher's C ester ia
-Sgafi i a. XV I I
HON. Z. AVERY.
Cac a thc baaocsr Coaraacraaa am awn e
aa la wsanaeaa.
HEART DISEASE 3 YEARS.
Gbaxb IsLaxn, Ska, April Sth, I8?s,
Dr. Miltm JMfoat fe, XlUkavt, Mm.
GnrrLtanw : I had been trembled with r.
macaei acta tmc ier aa, vcaaa. and although I
as treated by able pbyaidaua and tried mauT
remedies, I grew ateadll won oatil ra com
without aa aac as accovca. I would havc
Kiy UMlaiukava Baaaaeaa,nSapcll,h.r.
aiy pulse oi.MM aauKl nop nea'.i,
ltoirether,aTa a Baa mmB Hwaiaiir
tbe sraanai difficulty that my etrculatioa cot .
rk to p BBkajanw again. Whlla la this cona
tion I tried your New Mcairr Cuff, and
to improve from toe brat, and now I am alle to i. .
a rood day's work fora manSSyeanof ae. I give
BaiLta- rarva ncaarr ouai .au iw
credit for my recover. It la
oak I keen
la over da norths sinre
Itoua la rate I ahonld nead it- I hava abto used
I bare taken any. aiinoorn
a bottle in the
yourNcftwc aao Uvea Piua. jad thinks
Bald aa PaaltiTa Gaaraatea.
Da MILES' PILLS. 60 Doaca28CTa
ooo. .. .o. .o. .o. .o. ,n. .o. .o .ooo
J Hair Death!
ln'n;lT rvmove and fore"-cr d-troj-s ob- "
c. jt-citonable ba r, se.ber anon tbe bancs, e
- face. arm. or neci without di-co!oration
C or injury to thc moit lelicateskln. It was e
1 rf e rim Trim im nrir romiru or !
C at' ars Wilms, acknowlerrcd by pbyi- o
c:ocr a the big-bcH authority and tbe ;
most raainrct denna'oiopift and hairrpecia- g
w. lirt tht f ver lived. Iiurins hisnrivate prac- .
" tic- of a lifr-t m- finonc tbe nnhlity and ar- 'a
. iIcnlcv of t nrne he prt-ecribed thia re- .
c.ipc r'a CE. $1 h a ail. reenrely packed. -5
trrepondcicconSccntial. Sole A rem. O
: for America. AdUrce TUK SKOOKrM '
C lit hit HAIR GKOWEK CO. Dept. K., 5?
g South 5th avenue. Sew Tork.
i Estate of Jascph Burkhardt. Deeeseed.
The BBdcTirned harina fceea appointed -as
cutriz of the last will and tesuatnt ef Jeeeph
Bnrkhardt,lateof the coonty of Bock Islaad,.) ir
of IlKnei.. deraased, hereby gisea notice that ah -will
aapear Before the coaaty eaart of Bock lalaad
eaanty, at the oake of the clerk of said caari, hi
the city af Rack island, at the January arm. aa
the ant Maaday ia January aext, at which tfaaa
eraons Baring cnuaw arainsi aaia esiasa are
Bed and rraoested to attend. Cor the aaiasia
haviaa! the aaaM adlasted. All liesaa ia
drbted to said est ,te are reqajeated to Baaka lax
avMiate aeynteBt ta tae aaaersirnra.
uatea ibis asca oay or uexoosr. a. v . leva.
norma 4itbi bh. unaKur,
OTIC TO CONTRACTORS.
Bid mill he received ap to Tneday. the Kat
day or oreaber, lSAS, at 7 o'clock p.BL. for
riprappinf f art '.of and sarfacing the whole of the
DruryToll road with stone ant gravel, as per
specifics! kras. whk-h can be obtained npoe appli
cation to Cheater Ullibndce. Moreauae. Iowa.
All bid to be at a certain price per cubic yard.
All work to be done ruder tbe snvai lutendaacc
of the company's engineer, aaeasuresaent bs be of
cowpteted work in I lace alter aecManee. The
whole work to be completed by December 15.
1WM i ae work win tie to tae lovreat respoa-
ble bidder harina facilities for its completion.
Tbe board c f directors reserve the tight to reject
anr and all bids, or ta accept any bid for anr nart
of tbe work, and reject it as to other tarts. Bids
to be sea lei andd rected to tncurury Toll Road
company, Muscatiae, Iowa, and endorsed bid for
nprapping or eunacioa as ine case may oe.
Bv strcer ot tae ooara o- airectar.
The Dbcbt Totx Boan Coaraay.
By chv-eter Lillibridge. President.
Xov. , 1J.
sskssxe t Notice
Notic- is hereby aiven to all persons inters sud.
tbat the city council of ihe city of Reck Island
kavtiur ordered thtt: There be constraetad la
said city aa aadersronnd sewer on Slateaath
street, commencing on the sontn nae of Third ar
erne, rarning thence asath along said Six
teenth street to fifth avenue, there tj connect
with tbe sewer oa said filth avenae. havo np
n'ied so the coantv court of kock !slaad oonnty,
in tbe r at - of Illinois, for aa assesameat of the
coet of said improvement accotd-ng to benefits;
and, an assessment thereof hutng been made
ana returnee to rata conn, ike nual hearinc
thereoa will be had at tho November teraa rf
' eoort, comateaciag on tna I3th day of Ko
vcmorr. a u. ivva.
All urrsors desirias tur thca and iken in.
near aad make their defense.
Dated at Rock Islaad. Illinois, this Sh dav rj
Vfiinio. A IF.
- V. M. CLASDina, '
J R. JoataaToa,
i. O FBEBD.
. i Cammawioaers.
Rock Isuis Oocsrrs;. I
In th - ci cnit court, in chancery :
Annie E. BUadinr : fora-losnre nanal XV
raunca n aveiir zs. viraii m. Hiaiunar ana
Mottcc is bereny glvea that by tirtna of a de
cree c f ssld coart, catered ia the above entitled
eawe. oataeisth day of September, A. D., 1SSS,
I shall, on natardar. the lata day of November,
a. v., n-.i uvmarva jvuDCBlBt BBB anr-
nooa. at the north daor of tha eaart hooae. la tka
city of Bock lahta 1, la said coaaty af Bock lal-asM,tjesau-f.asJd
decree, sell at aabUo vaadaa.
to the kisest aad bast bUder for cast hi baaad.
that etnala parcel of land, sttmata hi tha cUy mt
rUiaoas, knovra aad deeortbed as fauaaw. va-satt
iot laaatv asvsa
Blat for tha veer 1M4. ta tha aaathanaas
(H) af aeeuoa thtrty-aiB (tS), towaahip ahthtaam
tl). arrange twa (it) west at thc FeutAMa
Dated at Back Island, Illinois, tats 17th day of
October, A hv, 1SSS. BEXST COBTIsf
ataatar -avaanwry. aaca Island Gaanty. III.
Looarr a Kauay and m. U. Brcaoaoii.
I - asa ana ka at saa aval aa vi
- vva -
Represents, ,, O '
known Fir. "Jl ,
Joyal Insnrance Oomi,,. .
Rochester German Ina B-fcl
Cituena' Its. Con', kotl
son Fire Office, Cm-ft fi1
Security Ins. Co.. " i,'
tieraian Fire Ins Coofp ' N
. Office Cor Wlh Sl.
"THE OLD RElUm
Qepreeenting over 40 Mm;... . .
9 rc. 1
a vaCU aaeit
Firs Life. Tom.H
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFlCB-Bnr.tin a bioct Horll,-,
IT Heart oar rates; they w:Z rucrvjA
J M BUFORD1
General . .
The old Fire aad T.me-tr.. (.'o
reprcseiitcu. Losses Promptly Fail
Rate aa low as any rcliaMe coajtsrj rn ,
awT rauocacc IS SOltcrtt
STATE SATOGS WL
oaat Cacner Firteetth street utlTtMSt
screeds thc Holine 8ar:an bus. otusi:
Organized uier Su.tr Uat,
Opea from fa. a. to 3 p a-, sxd Wctusitid
Saturday sight frosTtoSpa
Poktbb Saiaaaa. wM
B. A. ArjiswoaTa, Vio FTnas
t . r. BHuavaii ... taw
Porte Skinner. w. W.
C A. Rose, H.A.AluatTL
43. H. Edwards. W. B. Acia
Andrew Friberg. c. F. Eemetvq.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
tor private parties in - tie oris
a pot of the west by '.he
Orchard State Ban.
Of 0BCKARB. NEBRASKA-
E. W. Daat. President.
J. 8. DT CaftM.
mtieiMii a. i n..k.M
t. F. Bobtasoa, Cashier Roc I.t.4 "'
CC. Garter, M. D.
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