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State Savings Bank,
Mouii, III.. Office Comer
Fifteenth St. nd Third Are.
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Orcaa'ed nader State Lawe.
Open from t a. m. lo 1 p. as-. Bad
wVinMtuj and Setarday alfhts front
Poena ttnrm, - - President
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ConnaDj At Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
oaea atcoad loor. m Mitchell LydV.
Seat. Money ta hana.
Jackaon Ac iiunrt,
Attorneja at Law.
Oflea la Bona Ulead Saaenai Ben baildtaa.
a. a. awaaaat. o. a. wauum. .
Sweeney At Walker,
Attorneja and Councilor!' Jst-Ltfw'-OOea
ta Kmgwam Block.
Charlea J. Searle,
Attornej at Law.
Let! buum of all klada promptly
to, Bute. Attorney of Bock lilaad
Office, tauan Block.
McEnlry St MeEniry,
Attorneja at Law.
Loaa Buxiey oa rood eecnrttt; nn eollee
Hom. Raf. ranee, MltoheU It da, Ban an.
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Dracic & Keixr,
Architects and Superintendent.
Dooratl, Xitcnill Lyita b'llUlnj Sedad
Owo. P. atandatur,
Plat Bad ta pvrtntendenee far 1 claw of
BaUdies KooB end , UlactnJ L,pid
B-ilKtltie. Take earne-it.
Dr W.H Lndewlg
Specialist of Eye, Far
Nae and Throat.
nVe In TraeflMn's new boHdlne, comer
rut. rath tm-t 4 Yhira imu, LMk Islam',
Telephone . lues.
Dr. Chaa. 11. Robertwm,
Eje, Far, None aad Throat Only.
Nkea, whmakav Biota, eoathwesi corae.
Third aad Brady streets, neeaaporu Iowa
Ntaaw it aad la. Boamt Italia. ak,liat a.
Dr John E. Hawthorn",
few Dental rar'ora, over Uarti a Clkmcrer
drag store, la'rdeveane aad Twentlcfi itrect.
The lalel appointments for skilled denial work.
W. A. Darling,
City Engineer. .
4,ltohn a Lynda's huudlag.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronage ia Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second At. '
Harper Buna Block.
The onl.T af wire
offrrcd to Ladica. Esiw.
1 1 . .
married Ladies. Aik
and take no other. 8zxd roa ctbcttjib.
Price f 1.00 per box. 6 bozea for ts.00.
tx cam cxcesu cs, tMmt, t.
old (f T. B. Tloaiai, diaa'M.
mm j. bids,
. IS LIFE,
Dr-- Charlotte Bergman has, at
great expense and after jean of the
ciocest ataoj, aiscoTcred an entire
new method of applying electricity
and magnetism to the care of dis
eases; particularly those of a chronic
nature. Her success has been so
(Treat that in no case that the doctor
has undertaken to cure has there
been a single failure. Cases consid
ered incurable not taken. Theap-
pliances are always ready, requiring
no exciting fluid, and produce a
steady, continuous flow of electro
magnetism that effects all the or
gan of the body, driving out all pain
ana disease ol whatever nature, and
in the shortest oossible time. with.
out drug medication, and at compar
atively small expense, ine electro
magnetic appliances consist oi cor
sets, vests, waists, belts, caps.
collars, lung protectors, ' leggings.
a nee cans, insoles, wristlets ana sncn
other appliances as may be required
in special cases, ihese are worn
outside of the underclothing, and
cause.the wearer no inconvenience
whatever. On the contrary, a sense
of comfort, new life and strength is
experienced from the first week in
using, so certain Is this that Dr.
Bergman offers to furnish a complete
set of clectro-macnetic batteries on
one-Veek'sirial, on a positive guar
antee. All information and advice
regarding these remarkable curative
appliances and numerous references
to tbose who nave been cured, cheer
fully furnished free.
Call and be convinced. Call or
sedd for book, free; 113 Kensman
street, Cleveland, O.
Dr. Charlottes Bergman Dear lady: 1 ant
orry I cannot be at your lecture In Molina, bu
job can read this letter to the people, ao they ca.
ae what joarelcctro-ntagnetie appliance! bare
done for myself and wl'e When I went to yon
I wae all swelled op from my stomach to m
cheat. My leva were al-o swollen. I was la a
bad condition for two years. 1 have aaed your
electro-magnetic appliances only 10 days and the
welling has all gnnodoan, both in my stomach
ud kg, sad I feel better than I have been for
years. Vy wife bat also been using yonr batter
ies and she Is much better. Anyone calling on
ma after 6 'clock In the evening 1 will cheerfully
tell them wht yonr ele:io-magnetic appliance
have done for me.
r el Vsmnso akd Win,
SS4 Sylvan avenue. Davenport.
Dr. Bailey, consulting physician.
Dr. Mrs. Bernisn: It la now atz months since
I was fortunate en ngh to see you in Moline re
garding my little boy, who suffered with tcrofnla
ever tine be was six months old and was unable
to endure the 'Ighu Ho as oblige.) to remain
In a darkened room. We made every effort poe-
sihie for him averjthlig wjs h peless. We
had bim under the c ire of nine d ITcrent doctors
In Molina,' Kock Island and Davenport. Tbe last
one of three offered to rce tbe child ani de
elared that there wai no cure tor him; he would
eventually hecotne blind, but efter using only
one bottle f 'he medicine picrcribed by you he
was entlnly cored. We are anable to express
our tnank to yon taiiiD stuoi,
IS 1 Eighteenth at eel, Moline.
P. S. Dr. Bergman can only be
seen for the next days at Hotel
Downs, corner Third and Perry
HuooiziQ 2 Hoeft
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochester Oervaa Ion Oa ..Baehaatar. If
Westrbcetar fire " Mew Tors
Buffalo Oer aa Buffalo, J T
Spits onloB " PhHaflelphla
Oaraaa Fire Peoria. Ill
Mew Hampeblra " Manchester N If
at llwaaBee Mecaanlca - ....... ilwankea. Wle
Sccartty " Mew Haven, Cona
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and secona Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
"The Old Reliable"
HAYES A. CLEAVELAND,
Bcprcscnting over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
TTIRE, LIFE, TORNADO. ACCI
A DENT, MARINE, EMPLOY
Bonds of Suretyship.
OBce -Benetton's block. Bock Island, U
Sccsra oar rates; they wlB Interest you.
J. M BUFORD,
General . . . '
faoeld ISra and TtmetrW Oampaa'a.
Lessei Promptly Fild.
nea aa tear aa eay MOsata aaaapaaf raa aaYn
Ttraj rattoaage kt BeAHad.
ANCIENT LOG CABIN.
STANDS ON LAND THAT ONCE BE
LONGED TO VvT.LlAM PENN.
With Additioaa It Ia Oma of tha Old Mi
Booaea and Was- tha Birthplace of
laent Faaailiee-Fiadiag aa Eaaliah Cete
of 170 Vear Ago.-
In the northwestern part of tbe pretty
little town of Media, tbe county seat of
Delaware county. Pa. . on a tract of land
known as "Star Mount." owned by
Samuel W. Powell, is located a genuine
curiosity in the form of an old log
house, which contains much to interest
the antiquarian, and to afford material
for the historian. The structure meas
ures 22 feet in length and is 20 feet
wide and 15 feet high. It is said to be
one of the original manor houses con
s trncted shortly after the arrival of Wil
liam Penn and his colony on the backs
of the Delaware river. Circumstances
point toward that belief, apd prove the
claim to antiquity, which makes the
old log house an Important link connect
ing the distant past with the present.
This house is constructed of oak and
chestnut logs hewn from the primeval
forest, while standing beside it is a
giant oak, the largest by all odds in the
snrronnding country, which is a living
witness of the age of the lowly dwell
ing which finds shelter beneath its hnge
outspreading arms. Tree and house are
eacji the complement of the other, and
seem destined to continue their intima
cy during succeeding years, and perhaps
In the year 1681 A. D., on the 2d
day of March, Peter and William Tay
lor purchased the land upon which these
objects of interest stand from William
Penn in England, and on the 22d inst
Thomas Powell took title to the land
upon which the house and tree stand
and adjacent tracts, and after numerous
transfers it finally came into the pos
session of Mr. Powell, who formerly
resided in this eity, bnt who now lives
in "Star Mount," in northwest Media.
Upon discovering the historic value of
the house and oak, he subsequently took
precautions to preserve the objects of a
past age and civilization.
The bouse is constructed of logs, and
to prevent the entrance of cold air they
were chinked with mortar. The small
windows and doors were hand made,
from the primitive oak cnt from the
futest. The faces and ends of these lugs
are scarred and defaced by exposure to
tbe storms of at least two centuries,
and show plainly the ravages of the
"ttVith of time," bnt at heart are as
hard and sound as when first placed in
potation to form a house for one of
The present owjer, desiring to both
pteserve this ancient structure and to
improve its surroundings, added some
seven or eight year ago several addi
tional rooms to. the original mansion,
bnt outside the massive old chimney is
exposed to view, and inside the Jog?
with their plastering, the windows and
doors with their wooden latches and
strings may be seen, while the low ceil
ing of homemade boards point to a date
when the ax and saw were almost uni
versally used by our forefathers.
At the time when tbe additions above
mentiiAicd were made an old English
coin was found Upon examination the
com proved to be a penny of the reign
of King George I, and while the date is
almost illegible, it seems to be 1724, or
perhaps an earlier date. This old Eng
lish penny was lying under the old
wooden door sill, and had become im
bedded iu tbe ground, and was only
brought to light by the use of pick and
shovel. History and tradition unite in
the story in relation to this old house.
Beginning with the river Delaware
and reaching as far as portions of Ches
ter county, and bounded also by Ridley
and Cram creeks, were some two tracts
of land deeded to the Taylors, Powells
and others in 1681 by the proprietor
and fonuder of our state, William Penn.
Upon each of these two tracts or parcels
of land log houses were erected, and one
of them was destroyed by fire. One of
these houses, the one now owned by Mr.
Powell in Upper Providence township,
adjoining the town of Media, is the sole
survivor, and it is correspondingly
prized by him.
The house and old oak, together with
tbe curiosities connected with them,
are very antique, and there is no doubt
but that the claim of antiquity is well
founded. In 1715 it was in the old log
cabin that John Powell changed from
tbe Quaker to the Baptist faith, and or
ganized the Fir&t Baptist church of Del
aware county, known as tbe Brandy
wino chnich. Tbe congregation was
formed on June 14, 1715, with 15 mem
bers, and among the delegates were
Abel Morgan of this city and James
Jones and Joseph Eaton of Delaware.
Thns the old house, constructed by a
first settler from the virgin forest, which
extended from far inland to the shores
of the Delaware river, has both a civil
and a religions history, and has been
both the biithplace of prominent fami
lies and the habitation within whose
walls a prominent denomination of this
and snrroundiug country first sprung in
to existence. Philadelphia Telegraph.
According to the invariableenstora of
the Duke of Richmond's family, it is
prescribed that the eldest son and the
eldest son of the eldest son shall be
named after King Charles II. to whom
they owe so much. Tbe same principle
is preserved in Lord Salisbury's family.
where the eldest sons are named James,
after James I, who bestowed the earl
dnm tf Salisbury and viscounty of Cran
bnrae on tb original founder of tbe
Oettiayx to It.
Anxious Mother Has Mr. Bashful
Daughter Not exactly, bnt last even
ing, when I was holding little Dick in
my lap, Mr. Bashful went to the piano
ana sang "Wonldl were Boy Again.
Quiver. . .
6TAMBULOFPS SPIRIT. .
Catted tha BMamairlr vf the awii -.
came e sjf Has Cuaa
The late M. Etambuloff, ex-premier
of Bulgaria,, m-ed to be called "the
Bismarck (f the Balkans. " One of bis
most dramatic passages with Russia
occurred during the war with Servia.
Prince Alexander had gone out to lead
the Bulgarian army in person, leaving
M. Stambnloff in charge at home. It
was a clear day, with not a breath of
air stirring, and the roar of the cannon
was .plainly heard in the city. M.
Stambuloff thought the Servians were
winning the day. In their anxiety the
Bulgarian ministers applied to the Rus
sian diplomatic agent for advice. That
gentleman shrugged his shoulders and
said it was no affair of hie.
"Bnt," urged the Bulgarian minis
ters, "the Servians are almost at our
gates. ' You con Id stop them with a sin
gle word, if you would. " "Yes, bnt
that word will not be spoken. On one
condition only will I . stop them, and
that is that your beggar of a prince
shall abdicate at once." '.'And that,"
thundered M. Stambuloff, "he will
not da No, not for 20 Russias !"
With that M. Stambuloff sprang into
tbe saddle and dashed away to the bat
tlefield, while the Rnssian agent sent
to his friends to come to his house to
celebrate the defeat of the Bulgarian
armies. A few hours passed, and then
the Bulgarian foreign minister got a
telegram from M. Stambuloff, dated
on the field of battle, telling of Prince
Alexander s magnificent victory and of
the utter rout of the Servians. He hur
ried with it to the house of the Rnssian
agent, arriving there in the midst of
the festivities. And when he told the
news the representative of tbe czar, it
is said, ground bis teeth in rage. West
Questions of Health.
The popular notion that an athlete,
because of his athleticism, in a healthy
man is a delusive one. Muscular devel
opment is not an affair of . the constitu
tion. It is an accident. Strong limbs
and a weak heart are not infrequently
associates. Many a "strong man" dies
prematurely of consumption. If health
may be defined as a capacity for holding
on to life, then, in many cases, the
weaklings are the healthiest.
If such a definition is accurate, wom
en are healthier than men. Their aver
age length of days is greater than onrs.
But it is doubtful if centenarians, mere
ly because they are centenarians, are the
healthiest. I knew a case of a woman
who recently djed at the age of 105 who
was slightly paralyzed, even as a child,
and who was practically completely o
for more than 70 years. Could such a
one have' ever been correctly described
as healthy? It is as hard to say what life
is as to say what health is, and tbe way
in which unhealthy folks are tenacious
of lifo is not the least of the marvels.
All the Year Round.
Caffeine, the, active, principle of coffee,
was discovered by Range in 1820. In a
pnre state it takes the form of long silky
needles. In ordinary cofi'ee it is present
to the extent of "about 1 per cent, bnt
Java coffee contains 4.4, and Marti
nique has as much as 6.4. It is said by
some chemists tiiat caffeine iu its essen
tialities is identical with theinc, the ac
tive principle of tea. ClanE affirms that
the inferior qualities of tea contain more
caffeine than the best commercial grades.
FhiladElphia'a Uoaster Clock.
Speaking of tho great clock which is
to be placed on the Philadelphia city
hall, The Record of that city says: "It
will be a marvel of ponderous delicacy.
The face of the clock mnst be 27 feet in
diameter, and a hand ISTeet 6 inches in
length would weigh close on to half a
ton, and yet mnst move with unerring
accuracy. No one yet knows who will
have the honor of constructing this
great mechanism, bnt sentiment among
the commissioners favors American
manufacture if it can be done in this
country. Some time ago a European ex
pert visited this city with reference to
bidding for the work, and he maintain
ed that its construction would occupy
three years after the order was given. "
From a letter written bv Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we
are permitted to make this extract:
I have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the
results are almost marvelous in the
case of my wife. While I was pastor
of the Baptist church at Rives 'Junc
tion she was Jenought down with
pneumonia succeeding la grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing
wouiu last hours with little interrup
tion, and it seemed as if she could
not survive them. A friond recom
mended Dr. King's New Discovery;
it was quick in its work and highly
satisfactory in results." Trial bot
tles free at Harlz & Ullcmeycr's drug
store. Regular size 50c and $1.
What tha I'aopla say.
"1 couldn't keep store without Fo
ley's Honey and Tar."
E. D. Whipple. Lostant, 111.
"Shin at once can't aell an v .other
a. v . tLLis, Montrose, Wis.
"Foley'a Honey and Tar saves me
doctor bills every winter.
L. A. Towner, Manteno, 111.
For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drng
store. . .
Cared ta Day.
"Mystic Pure for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its
action upon tbe system is remarka
ble and mystcrons. It removes at
once the cause, and ' tho disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Is
land and Gust. Schlegel ft Son, 220
west eecona street, Davenport.
. Children Cry for
travels of your
Your Blood Travels Through
; Your Body in Two Con
It Starts From Yonr Heart and Passes
Through Yonr Kid neys What
', is the Kidneys Part, and .
How They Perforin it
What Two Streams
', ' Have to do With
Blood is mad by yonr digestive
Yonr heart pnmps it all over yonr
It contains food, heat and nour
ishment, which it gives out as it goes
This is tbe hrst stream.
It is rich, red, bright, and runs
through blood vessels called "arter
ies." When it has given out all its food
and life, it takes up in return all the
waste matter it -can collect, and
starts back to where it came from.
This is the second stream.
It is dark colored, nnhealthy, poi
sonous, it runs through blood ves
sels called "veins.
It takes the shortest cnt to vour
kidneys, for yonr kidneys are wait
ing to filter it.
u hen it reaches them, thev filter
out all poisonous matter, and expel
the poison from yonr body.
. Then the blood goes on to the liver
and lungs to get fresh food and heat,
after which it begins its journey all
When the kidneys don't filter the
blood, it passes on jnst the same, and
then, instead of leaving food and life
wherever it passes, it leaves behind
it poison and disease.
ihis is wbat makes us sick: Im
This is what makes impure blood:
bo long as tbe kidneys are well,
they will filter tbe blood.
When they are sick they can't, and
that is the long and short of it.
So that, when yonr kidneys are
sick, or when you have rheumatism,
gout, anaemia, chlorosis, neuralgia,
nervousness, loss of ambition, tired
ness, depression, sleeplessness, back
ache, etc., you may easily get well
by curing your kidneys.
lor all these kymptoms are symp
toms oi oiooa aiseases. ah oi them
are caused by the kidneys not prop
erly filtering yonr blood. All of
them can be cured by taking Dr.
Hobb's Sparagns Kidney Pills.
If you have eaten asparagus, and
of course yon have, you mnst know
the action it had on your kidneys.
Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills
are made principally from aspara
gus, but the active principle of the
root has been obtained by a special
process, which makes one dose of the
pills equal to 10 or more dishes of
Dr. Hobb's Kidney Pills cure all?
kidney diseases and all injuries to
They also cure all blood diseases,
and this when "blood purifiers" have
They renew the kidneys, and the
kidneys give you pnre clean blood.
You feel the effect at once, in a
sensation of new life and strength,
fresh energy, cleared complexion and
freedom from pains and aches.
Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills
are for sale by all druggists, or will
be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of
price, 50 cents per box.
Write for valuable pamphlet, "A
Filter for Your Blood," free oa ap
plication to Hobb's Medicine com
pany, Chicago or San Francisco.
. And Insurance,
Desires to list property for sale,
and will look after and person
ally supervise renting, etc., for
Iioano a Specialty
' Represents a reliable line of
high class insurance companies.
Room 2, Buford Block.
Seventeenth St. and Second Avenue
FEU ALE PILLS.
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SUlBlljlll i Mint 1 Ml J ITT psainfrii asat-a
Kaa laawaariawiaslaaa. WaaM
paprr. M. r T box. or triml bom SL. Seat
toiled fa puia .lawsa. , asadae ta
s-mmr or penfeatara. - ytji
8d!d By Hala A UUcatcycr aod T. II. TnosMe
' ' JlTTf ITflaT I IV I"" t J
m fa' s sw-r avsss wwsae, rBB
tajiwlialalraar to TV. ant' .m teiur iintaa.
pt BaaaT tor, aaesslara.
$2,000 c-ira AM
II fi. tcllYRT
318 Brady Street,
The Boston Dental Parlors have
generously presented to the
people of Rock Island 2,000
cards, which, on preaentatiod
at their offiee, are received as
a credit of $1 on any work or
dered. We hope by this to
reach more people and show
them how cheaply good work
can be done.
IE EXTIIUT TEETI W1TB3IT Pill
And Guarantee all wo rk. Crown
and Bridge work a rpecialtv.
Sec Our' Prices.
Bet of Teeth...
Best aet of teeth.
B0 centa aad up
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Come aad ate as. Wa eaa save roa nweey.
Open Bnndays for extracUe( froea t tolO a. at.
Boston Dental Parlors.
Over Winecke's Tailor shop.
SIS Brady street - - - - DATMPOBT, IA
On the steering
bead of everv Col
umbia bicycle of this year's make
that name-plate appears. It ta
unique, handsome, and indicates
much satisfaction and highest en
joyment to the rider.
No other bicycle has ever equal
led a Columbia. No other bicycle
ever shall equal a Columbia. The
greatest bicycle factory ia the
worltj says so.
New Price fin
HARTFQRDS, next test, 880 880.
850 for boys and girls sizes.
aw Tons, aaa rau-MSBoa,
An Art Cmtmlotm of these fataoaa
wheels at any Columbia Agency, or will
De mauea tor two em erampe,
I w, a x
thatf its wa-toaL
eaif akin, angola top, mil
trimmed, -solid leather
Ask Yottr Da-safct to ft.
JL' JJ.:LEW1S CXL. Oottoi
Sold by DOLLY BROS.
And Floor Paints,
1810 Third avenue.
Real Estate. Insurance, Ios
AND MOUSES TO BENT.
Office 1612 Second Ave., Bock Island.
Bare on tsaad 40 lota la Snath Rnnk MaawS
eaejr teraM; just aetata, ta. city liaaiU: rood
wmS!;ijw,1?'?- ri" iawraace. Tea lots
on Talrtr-etxkta street and Fifteenth, avaaae.
a aumiTnf anu at atuput fia tbe city liar
THE TBAY1XZK8 GUTDX
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J" BaUwey Tickets cap a. perrbaaad m I
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fauty-aist street. Fraaa H. ftaaawr,
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FX- Worth, Denver A B.C.
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banana A Dee Moaaee Bz..
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mother ashy. Yilitneai lead.
BCKUKOTOBT BOTJTB C B. a 4
way Depot First aewaaae aaat
SC Uoaht Bipsaaa..
Dabnaaa A Mtarllaa Pass..
Daily. tDally except Sunday.
Railway Baatne A Swath
Denoa Tantiiak f ia
Second avenaea, U H. Greer. Afwat.
ScFaal Biwieaa .
Fretaht aad Aoconaaeodaf.
Dally except Banday.
Doc Islabd a Pbobia Bailwat
taava I Aaani
Eastern Ex. -The Trilby'. . t rtTanUioltFi
L" 1n aaa" as... -.: asal :
Peoria Aecntn. Freight ; T.IOpsa t
Cable (rU Sherrard) Accoam.: S O0 aai fcnw
Cable anriieaaanaartsa...... , t auaaaj t:su
wwwCTMwmim .... a:anpaai Tal
Faaweager trains leave C. B. I. A P. (Moll
Bvenae) depot Sve l narnntee rar1i tan
flvea. Trains aaarked dally, all other ttal
daily except Bandar . - i
DcRLixaTOB, Cbdab Rapids 1
"korthera Bauwn. danaat Cnna ml a.
street, , Daveapon. daa. at art oa. aa. Tkt
Laavn l Aaarr
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.Wast Liberty Train. Worth. ptoBth
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a Daily, auauv ascent aanoav. tUoinr nort
tOelnK Bonth aad east. Mo. IS runs betww
To the East via the
R. . & Pi
In Effect June SO.
Lv Rock Island....,
CKI A K Depot
Lv Ruck Island
PASSEIIGER SERY IC1
Twentieth at De(.ot
a r I nd iana noUa . . . . .
At I AMiirrille.... ......
Ar Dayton. ...........
hr Jacksonville ...
Ar St Louis.
Ar Mat toon
Ar Terra Haute
BOCK ISLABD TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8.-0
a. m. carries through coach to St
Louis, passing through Pekln,' Hav
ana. Springfield and Litchfield. 1
Lines east of Peoria carry throng
coaches and sleeping cars on aiga
trains to principle cities. j
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Who does not want her !
washing done fa the !
shortest time and neat
est way Is bard to find.
Those who use
Get tbe best results, be
cause it is made from
such materials that it
cannot injure the most
delicate fabric and will
save time and labor.
Follow them and you
will find that yon have
- struck a good thing.
Softens the skin, heals i
chapped hands and re
moves grease, paiat, etc
Soap BUkart. Book Island.
John Vollx 5b Co,
Sasa, Doors aad Blinds,
Aad all kinds of '
Woodwork for ftnildrrs
tUdlae, tnaariat, Walaeceatlug
tnsaai s 00 am
4 37 am S OS am
1 SSaaj USOaai
SSOpai S 10 pea
T (IS OBI
S(pai 10 J0 pea
Ul Mam Ilflpni
II 10 am
1 10 pm
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