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land Daily Argus. Largest and Best Pa per In the Three Cities. If you want to read 'all" the News take the Daily Argus. VOL. XXXYI1I. NO 8. ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 18S9. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Is VmrX CHICAGO. s5 1 'Vj M. YERBURY, ---T-"""- Rock Island, 111. W. B. BARKER, hai purchased the well known Wagner Grocery Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street, and hopes to retain thecnstom o! his predecessor. He wii; nitke a greit effort to perpetuate the good name of this 0!d Established Grocery 1 I. . - - t . J 1 , 1 1 i . . , , .w tint It has always enjoyed by dealing only in the best goods AT THE LOWEST PRICES. ROLLIN RUIOK, Successor to A damson Si Ruick, m& PRACTICAL Vgpr MACHINIST, shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenne, Rock Island, 111. general Jobbing and Repairing promptly done. 55?8econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired. New Eim Stree Grocery GEO. E. BEO OTNER, (Suris-mr to Panqnaril A Browner) FLOUR AJNJD FEED Family Groceries and Provisions, Fie solicit a share of the trade and will make price? as low us the lowest. Telephone connections. GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL. n THOMAS Proprietor of the Old Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street, Haa opened with an entire Hock of Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc. WFreib Farm Produce alwayi on hand M t. smart Mm a renewal of hi old trade and will try and give patrons prices and treatment it of yort. PEERLESS DYES best I or 1ILACK TUt AJLs. Hal in 4t alnea taat jpeltaar aaiul, um narjaaa, Cold by Drutrriits. Also Prrrleaa Breiue Painta 6 colsra. reerieaa Laundry Bluing. Prerleaa Ink Powdera i color. Piarlaai Shoe Harnaaa Draaaus. Pearleaa Lf Dyaa S aalaca. PLUMBER. -Steam i Gas Fitter- AND !KALEK IN Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile. Steam and Gas Fixtures. eViTIVst work at fitir prices. Estimates furnished. Offlce and shop 219 19th St. Telephone 1193. do not feel well, do you f have tried all kinds of remedies without avail. would give a fortune to regain good health. should remember iliat Dr. I 'an Dyk's Kidney Cordial is bound to cure you. will try a bottle and recommend it. know all about it now and wont for get it. will you ? trFOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS."! SMART, and well-known N. P. F. NELSON, 2119 Fourth Anmra, for the best custom made Boots -AM Shoes (Repairing neatly done. FDR HEtJ ONLY! JlrUSITIVfcoeralaad HKEVOUS DEBILITT, atMi.wiT aaWMat aa TaatTaairr-aiaiSai ia b . ' At Iuih. Tinlfrl,.. aaa atlaaCeaal taxmaita. a .fllat ,r"' llll atiaibAi aeM a mm Ate, m. TO nrJAL ALL BLOOD CONTAGION TUB MST l TOS, W RI D. I think Swift's Specific in the b st blood rrau ' In the world. I Imve known li t,. rn .ike some won : fill cures of patient w !io wrro con iIorl i:utii..l ! I). SI. (iBAYSOK.CroWVinV, l.v. Tmtiwon Rlond and f kln Discuses mailod fi Thb Swiit SfETtnc Co., Drawn 8, Atlnnta, . PURE! PALATABLE! POPULAR! l tRtSTFr.ll l-wrr B rt innwii. trti,Ml lorm. Noliu in Jars, llqu d In botups. HnHimrri find It In -slnnlne lor Pouim. new, Meat bailees. Hn iillon. eto. A. RwlTrt. .troiis-lr r wmrnnml hT laitln plivtlsn. for Invalid... Infants sou. Wlfr. AppetliMis and strong- beiiius. A.k your urmigiw or urooer I Armour's Beef Extract Or Mod ., for urapl dm mte ami Uesi ripilT paaipti.ei to ARMOUR & CO., Chicago. if .,. 2 Tie Great Restorer ! THE MEDICINE WHICH CURES, This ia a Medicine that Conquers ana Eradicates Disease. It Is the most Ittmarkah e Develop ment of this Age of Progress and Sanitttion." A little tnveatiiration will rnn.-ln.-r Tnn that mnrb aa ta rlalm. u lor THB OSK&T BK8T0K fcR the half ia not told. LA I KM P mm whatjvar frtrm nf rnm. plalnt-wbateTer malady. Hero I Your Friend. For or. nlara conulnlng a blMoirof this Won dkkpul RaaEOT. and anr remarkable leuara frtm people well known, addreaa iu below. Tbf Grtat Erstortr Pkaraiaripial ff.rls, ISiiti Portland Avenne, Mint hmpoIi. Minn, "rtice $J.5U per bottle. For sale by crug- gifte Wall Pa,per. CARPETS, Floor & Table Oil Cloth. Oil Cloth Stove Patterns Window Shades. Oar all wool extra aurora CARPETS are the beat erer offered for enV In the city. L W. PETERSEN rrr a a o. a. v obi iSBwaa ctueet. DAVENPORT. - - IOWA, ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS. -ALL KINDS OK-- Cast Iron Work done; a specialty of furnish ing all kinds of Stoves with CastiDgs, at 8 cents per pcund. NINTH ST. AND 7ih AVE. J. E. DOWIXO, Proprietor. A. D. HUESING, -Real Estate- AND Insurance Agent Represent, among other time-cried and wall known Ktre Insurance Companies, the following: Royal Insurance Company, of England Weacbester Fire Ins. Co., of N. Y. Buffalo German Ins. Co . I'.uffalo. N. Y. Rochester German Ins. Co. Roch'r N T German Fire Ins. Co.. of Peoria, 111. Citizens Ins. Co., of Pilteburirh, Pa. Exchange Fire Ins. Co., of New York. Offlce No. 1808 SeconI Are.. ROCK ISLwND. ILL. Brownson lie Hatter, Second and Main Street, Davenport Iowa, BBADQCARTEBS f OR Dunlap Hats, FUR ROBES -PLUSH ROBES. Fur Muffs and Boas ATB0TT0M PRICES. Guaranteed Investments MAD OH -First Mortgages.- We confine our Loans x Improred Farms in the safest e -unties of lows, and on reqjest GUARANTEE Prompt payment ef princip il and interest EXINZ A KESCHL, DaTtrport, Iowa. KG SOME BLIND WONDERS. MEN WITHOUT SIGHT WHO HAVE ACCOMPLISHED GREAT THINGS. Ono WUe Snrreyrd, Built B.ldcea and Kodo to Ifonnda A Si-jlitleaa Cricket Player Illio.l I'orta. Srlentiato and Theologlana. Tixlny it Is protxw.-U to dicti the remark all tliiuRs which have Lwn aivomplisheU oy perwins doprivvd or sit-ht. Where the list properly Ix-ins the writer will not attempt to say. Tbe nesiH of thi lint will appropriately commence. If not with, then near, the tx-piiiuiiiff of the Chris tian era with Luwbius the Wiud theologian Accounts vary as to the time lie It veil. One says tnal he was born n.-or the close of the thinl century, almitt A. D. Sl, and that he (Iter! at the ageof 44 in ttie year 840. The bulk ot evidence, however, forces us to the concln sion th-t he was tMiru about 315 and died in MO at the a-;eof t!5 years, twenty of wbicb were sient in total tilimlness. It is preatly to the criilit of this man, whose light went out lorover just, as he wn merging from infancy, that in the few short years he lived, en hrou.Jtt in ierp..tual darkness, lie should liecome one of the best known of the earlv flu iMian writers, aud b known even to this uay as one or the fathers of ecclesiastical history. SOMK tll.rvo POETS. Henry, the author of the "Poetic Life of Wallace," a as born hliud. He early exhibit ed wonderful imaginative faculties, which were tuniv.l to g,vd account in tlw pro duction or the iKHik mentioned. The unique character of the work caused it to hnvea w ide circulation, making the name of Henry, the minstrel, more familiar to the rhyme loving common people of tho British I-Ira t hun that of the most staudurd prose writer. ilermanu Torreiitins, a blind Swiss, born in 1V-1I, Us-ame one of the principals of the University of Berue, the nuthor of a poetical ilictionury of rare merit, liosiiles works on history and Isitany. Joim Milton, the great English writer of prose and verse, best known as the author of "Paradise Lost," was totally blind during the bust years of bis life. Properly he may not belong to this list, having had forty-air years of daylight in which to complete tils studies before impenetrable aud perpetual night shrouded bim in its inky gloom. I bav only mentioned bim in this connection in jrder to open the way for a broad assertion viz. : That two of the greatest poets known vi History, Aiiiron and Homer, were both blind. Thomas Uhit klock, D. D.. one of the most learned men of the Eighteenth century, was uorn in i iii ana uieu In l.Tl. He was blind at the aeof 3 months. Notwithstanding the discouraging circumstances under which he labored. Dr. Blacklock became oue of the unatt eminent men of the times. He was the trusted frieud of Hume, the free thinker and of Burns, the Scottish iyrist A conteuiDo- raueous writer, 8eakiiig of the polished doc tor, said: "He was a child of humble parent age, but has now won for himself, before he nus rcacbe.1 what uieu call the middle atra the designation of an accomplished scholar, a cultivated thinker aud a poet of high order. tits accomplishmeuu, won under the most oppressive disadvantages, give us a wonder ful exhibition of the powers of mind to over come seemingly insurmountable obstacles." Ur. Blacklock was an ordained minister, but his friendship for Hume, as mentioned above. caused the flock to rebel against their ahep- uoru, wuicn nnanv resuitett in the doctors expulsion. Had Blacklock never lived the name of Robert Burns would, perhaps, never have tweu known in the world of letters. The embryo poet was on the ioiut of ship ping for the West Indies, when a letter from Blacklock caused him to chance his mind. and saved to the world one ofSts greatest writers in verse. A GREAT KATCRALIST. Francois Huber, the Swiss naturalist, lost his sight at an early age, became an eminent entomologist, and wrote ou bees, ants aud other insects. His son, Pierre, and a servant named Kurnens aided him in making many valuable original observations on the habits of these creatures. Although tbe servant and son rendered invaluable aid, it was admitted by both that the elder Huber was the master mind In tbe preparation of their many books na papers ou entomology, aoology and me teorology. Many believe that Huber would have become as eminent in his special branches is either HumtKildt or Cuvier could he have had the use of his eves. HUNTER, DRIVER AM) SURVEYOR. John Metcalf, a most wonderful produc tion of the last century, was born at Enares borough, Yorkshire, England, in 1717. At the age of 4 years a hard attack of tbe mea sles struck him totally blind so blind that tbe brightest rays of the sun gave him no perception of light. Yet he did not give ud in despair. A calamity had overtaken him which would have benumbed the faculties of a less courageous man forever. Sot so with John Metcalf. It seemed only to brighten his remaining sense. At first be learned music, and. at the age of 12, was tbe moat expert violinist in all England. When ha arrived at man's estate he was owner of a bouse, a small farm and a horse and car riage. At the age of 23 be was a well known carrier, engaged in the occupation of carrying persons through the crowd ed streets to and from places of amuse ment. Besides his street work he fre quently engaged to carry travelers to X ork, a distance of sixteen miles. In all this hazardous work he was aa trusty as any man with two eyes, and got into but few dinicultifts from which he could not easily extricate himself. He became a great hunter and followed the bounds with as much pleasure and as surely as the most keen eyed hunter. He had bis own horse and could tell tbe baring of his own bounds among hun dreds. At the age of 40 be began tbe study of surveying and bridge building. This not for idle pastime, but for profit. At one time be was tbe omcial surveyor of 1 orkshire. Even to this day there are dozens of monuments to John Metcalf in his native shire iu the shape of elegant road beds and splendid bridges. At Huddorslield one of the Uuest and most sulstantial bridges is knowu to have been constructed by him. What he-could have ac complished with organs of sight unimpaired we can ouly conjecture. John n . Wright in St. Louis Republic. A Blind Man Wbo Could See). A beggar was sitting in a New York street. holding out a liattered hat. The following placard was hung about bis tieck: "Please, good people, help a poor blind man wbo was once rich, but who has beeu reduced from af fluence to poverty. You will never regret it." Preseutly along came a pleasant faced man with a sharp, shrewd eye. He looked at tbe poor old beggar curiously for a mo ment, and then suddenly drew back his arm as though to strike him a blow in the face. Tbe movement was only a feint, but it served the purpose. The beggar jumped back about yard aud started on a run up the avenue, winding bis way in and out among tbe pa an ing vehicles with wonderful skill for a blind man. New York Star. An Important Klsmsnt Of the success of Hood's Sarsaparllla is tbe fact that every purchaser receives a fair equivalent for bis money. Theft, mtltiar headline, "100 Doses One Dol lar," stolen by imitators, is original with and true only of Hood's Barsaparllla. This can easily be proven by any one who desires to test tbe matter. For real economy, buy only Hood's Sarsapa rilla. Sold by all druggists. When the ctar goes off on s journey he is careful about taking a route soy where, because be doesnt want to be planted. A tenaiDis Kan. Would use Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs. It is curing more cases of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup end all Throat and Lang Trobles than any other medicine. The propries lor has eutnoruea any druggist to kits you a sample bottle free to convince yon of the merit of this great remedy. Large bottles CO cents ana f 1. Is Consnmpuon Ioeurabet Read the following: Mr. C. H. Mor ris, Newark, Ark., ssys: "Was down with Abscess of Lnngs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, sm now on my third bottle, and able to over see tbe work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made." Jesse Middle wart, Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption I would have died of lung troubles. Was given up by aoctors. Am now in best of health Try it. Sample bottles free at Harts & tsahnsen s drug store. ELECTRIC BITTKna. This remedy is becoming so well known anil so popular as to Deed no special men tion. All who have used Electric Ri iters sing the same song of praise. A purer ucuiuiuc noes not exist ana it is guaran teed to do all that ia claimed. RWtric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver ana kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure an jnaiartai levers. for cure of head ache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction guar anteed, or monev refunded. Price sn cents and tl.00 per bottle at Ham & I tsannsen s arug store. BDCKLKN'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 eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per doe. tor sale hi Hartz Kahnsen. Two larere black bears leisurely marched throuch tbe village of Woolrich, Clinton county, Pa.. Saturday, and then hied themselves to the woods, followed by a crowd of nimroils. Old hnntera nivdict bears will be unusually plenty this fall. ADV10X TO mOTHXKI. Are you disturbed at nieht and broken of your rest by a sick child suffennu and crying with pain of cutting teeth T If so, enu at once ana get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children teething. Its value is incalculable. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im. mediately. Depend upon it mothers, there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom ach and bowels, cures wind colic, soft ens the gums, reduces inMammation. and gives tout; and energy to the whole sys tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Srup for Children Teething is pleasaut to tbe taste, and is the prescription of one of the oldest and best female nurses and phy sicians in the United States, and is for sale by all druggists throughout tie orld I'rice 85 cents per bottle. Keen it dsrk MASter Rohhv Hen necb t "Papa, what is a bachelor?" P.na Henpeckt "A bachelor, my son, is a man to be envied, but don't tell your mother that I said so." In tbe pursuit of the eooa things of 'his world we anticipate too much; we eat out the heart and sweetness of world ly pleasures by delightful forethought of them. The results obtained from the use of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all stomach, liver, kidney and bladder troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer, blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and malarial diseases, fnce, 50 cents, of druggists. Woman suffrage baa pone out of fash. ion in Boston. Tbe ladies must have de cided that it was not becoming to them. The best on earth can truly be said of Gngg's Glycerine Salve, which is a sure. stfe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises, scalds, burns wounds and all other sores. Will positively cure piles, tetter and all skin eruption . Try this wonder healer. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refund- a . unif cents. Bold bv drupeists New York ball nlavers nrefer their aunt to any other relative their pennant, we mean, or course. Avoid the doctor's bill before it is too late, by keeping convenient Salvation Oil, which is tbe greatest pain destroyer extant. Price 25 cents. MeavaVe areaparilla purifies the blood, builds up weak and debilitated systems, gives strength to weakened H OOd nerves, overcomes that tired ft feeling, toues the digestive aareapa organs, Invigorates and reg rilla ulates the kidneys and liver, expels disease, and gives vigorous health. Young people siiy: "It Is the best MakeS medicine we ever took." Old people say: It makes the Weak us feel young again." 8o R good a medicine may well OtTOIlg be called "the true Elixir of Life." 1's araaiarUla is sold by all drug gists, til six for 15- Prepared by C L Hood Co.. Apothecaries. LowelL Mass. Cream Balm I Vsriv'V I cukes "ay KrUYFEVER ivrTvrDVa jffA Cold in HeadgAVlrtrFP m aas w aseg-fc A particle la aoDlled tnto each nostril and la agreeable. Pnoe SO cent at Dragrieu; by mall, registered, SO cents. XLT BBOTBXitd, M War tea street New York. FRED ALTER, WW w r S 1 EE.!! i P ti nun S IS 8 Y B8M O GO 8 S -317-SiviirnairTH St., (up stairs.) AVOID ALL IMITA. TIONS. THEY MAY BE DANGEROUS. FACSIMILE OF BOTTLE WITH BUFF WRAPPER USE POND'S Scalds Piles Burns wounds EXTRACT Insect Bites DEMAND PONO'SEX TRACT. ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE FOR IT Stings Sore Feet INFLAMMATIONS and HEMORRHAGES ALL Blffswwiffi PAIN I 1 ' THIS IS THE ONLY RIGHT KIND DONOT TAKE ANY OTHER. MKDICAL. Dr. NELSON! COS. WASH. 3d AVE. 8. Fmm 911 V -.," .fM-an.. 1.. 1J nilal and Private nra-rt- i. ...v.. to guarantee radical ore to Chroniri throat, no e, akin, kidnevs. bladilp: uu ainureu organs, uravei and stiic ture rnred witbout pain or cutting. Hot SnrinffH for ,li tn..in.ni ..... private or blood disaaaeecan oecuruc for one-third the coat. LADIES By thi ,'at,pei" from sailnwnrss, freck'rs, eruption, etc., brtlliaut eve and perfect health can be bad. l-That "tired feel ing ana an reuiaie weakness prompt ly cured. Kloatine. headachea, Xer voua Prostration, and SWiUan. Ovarian tmiil.la Infl.nm.(mn i i , , ... i"-; ouii weasnesa ana ( hsnge of Life. Consult the old doctor INCrtVUUb ru",CI1 """o "rgsnlc weak- . , , ,. " ' miiuir uecay, evil foreboding aelf- .im.i i. , -,(,., T : . i ... (... i memory, pal pitation of the heart, pimples on the face, specif threatened con (sumption and every dUqnalificA- tlOn thi! rend- mamatralmnw... J 1 . UK1U4 IU ilia aM.r raiarrli 8PK EDILY and PERMANENTLY enred. BLUUU AND SK N syphi ,,,,. . , iu aaiseasemost LoVf.K11 ,tt resnlt-compleielv eradicated WltQOUt the flat nt Vtmfnwu 1- r. . ".eier ? Blotches. Pimple., cicers; piln tU, "? ?"ne- rTPni"'c Sore Thront and longue. Ulandolsr enlargement of the Neck. Kbeumansm. etc , cured wbn others have failed. RUPTURE Cnred 'h ot pain or taind . r .nre from baaine-a. UKINAKY. "recently conirscted or mrA in a . a a ruji lit aLI rf . ,j ."""airines mailed or exprese- .T. J idre" f""e ,rotn observation, thar- fC? I r,.Tenn,.C,;h- Book Md question Ust loc. a rrundlv t&ik mt nnthi SnnySVp.10 " a 'US "d 7 ,0 8 P' o v.asn.Av.s. MISHEAPOLIS. MIHH. DR FELLER, 356 Jackson St., St. Paul, MinD. Speedily Cures all Private, Nervous. Chronic and Blo.ii and Skin Diseases of both Sexes, without the use of Mercury or Hindrance from business. NO CURE, NO PAY. S V nh i 1 i ftl,..., Ctplptnu .Tl -1 1 it i - 1 - . Muu . 1 1 vjiii, iiuKtfruii; cases, where the blood has become poi-oned caualng ulcers, blotrbes. sore throat and mouth' pains in the bead and bones, and all diseases of the Kidecys and Bladder, and all diseases ac qnired from exposure are Cl'RED FOR liFE Si EX OF- AX. I. UI, hn mm anSn . lible effecu of Seminal weakneas,"Sexual debill- VT.ki , T. BenJ power aa the rasa it of Tontnral lndlc ration, or exeeaaea ot matnra yeara. prodncina exniastona, nerronanese. loaa of memory, c are thoroughly and permanently Dr. Feller, who has had many vears experience in this apeclalty. Is a graduate from one of the leading" mdiral rnl i nt iK. . . t. i Mivxa railed in caring any cases that be has un dertaken. Cases and correspondence ssredly confidential. Call or write for list of questions. ...wuw.nui wj un ana express everywhere. BOLD MEDAL, PAE18, 1878. TV. BAILEE Jt CO.'S I I abtolitttlu mtre and tr u wiaWf. Xo Chemicals mr ml In tu prrparatian. Ii liaa tkaa arm n U. anal at Curua nunil with etarch. Anuvroot r Sucsr. and it therrfor far mufv economical, aantog in Hum m M a cwp. It it delicious, ivmri.huij;. itrtncbmlnt. Eastl.T DuicsTru. and admirably adtntrd Tor invailda at sul aa tor urrtont in brata. Sold by Grorat everywhere. W. BAKER & CO, Dorchester. Mass LOTOS FACE POWDER LsELdlies valuing Uielr cnmplexluo tioukl secure SAMPLE BOX (GRATIS f the iHUt ImMuried aitd unrnutuiouiy acknowl FACE POWDER. Uu ran teed to be lerfe1lT hnnle-. Iniiwrreitl ''e. tiurunie Kiid inTiible t-ur vt evvrr where. Prlrc. mmd &Oe er fx. Al your druuitut lor it ur wnie for p.mtikl ftsmpiv tntr U J. F. LLOYD it CO.. Sole Importers. AT and WtihlRffM -li-t-et, C H M'AAO, LOTOS FACE POWDER Fob Saxb bt tse Followino Dbcgoibts Marshall & Fisher, Hartz & Bah risen, and Frank Nadler ROBERT BENNETT HAS PDB0HABEO THE -Gennng Grocery- and has removed to Third Ave., and Tenth St. BOCK ISLAND, tsTHt solicits the trade long enjoyed bj his predecessor ud as many new customers as wish to faTor him with their orders. Sever Travel srithont a Box of FOR Sore Eyes Catarrh Lameness Female Complaints Sunburn Soreness Sprains Chafing Bruises IIP! e"' 'J n mm LP J THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. CUICaGO, BOCK ISLAND PACIFIC MAIL way Depot corner Firth avenue and Thirty "rt street, J. F. Cook, agent TRAINS. tLnvf. ItAaaiva. Council Blnffs 4 Minueeo-1 ..... .',.-, ta Day Express f .0amU:5 am Kansas City Day Express... 5:50 am 11 r0 pro Oskaloosa Kxpress S SU pm l:06pm Council Bluffs Mmneso- 1 . ' ta Express f :5pn' 7:10 am Council Bluffs A Omaha I . . Limited Ve-tibale Ex.. f :81 nm ,nl ansae City Limited 10-06 pm H :M am Denver estlbnle Express.. '10: pm S:6 am Htoing west. tGolng east. raily. DUBLINGTON RcniE-C, B. A Q. RAIL vi t T.,',-DePJt Wrst avenue and Bixwemh St., M J. qui g, agent, TRAINS. i.iii,i taaiv m iH';." STem .48 am 7 IP am It YT:;-:-;.:- 8 00 pm ' SS Z 8.. Pul Expre,s ifio'pm Way Frehht (Monmouth)... 9:0air I:50pm Way Freight (Sterling) Il:S0pm :40im Sterling Psssenger B:00iim :58pm Dally. CHICAGO. MILWAUKEK A ST. PAUL RAIL . way Rscine 4 Southwestern Division De pot Twettletb street between First and Second avenue, E. D. W. Holmes, agent. TRAINS. LEATJfj. Afrits. Mai! anubxpree 7V5an e.Uux St. Paul Expr 8:00(.n- 11 Mam Accon modati n :0po 10.10am ft Acmn modation 7 S6 an :10pm ROCK ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY-DE-pot First avenue and Twentieth street. TRAINS. I SAT. Aarva. Fast Kxpri-ss 6m ,m 7:3o"pm Mall and Express 2:S0 pm J -SO pm Cable Accommodation 0:10 am 3:00 pm " " 4 (to pm 8:05 am MOST DIRECT HOUTR TO THE :East and South East. enlNO BAST. eoiNa wxst. Mail Fast Express! 8 ISO am 01 am 9,V am Msm 10 81 am 10 54 am U 45 am 1 15 pm 8 55 pm 7 35 pm S.57 pm 0.45 ) m 1 KO am 6.W pm Mall and Ex. 1 .30 pm IS 48 pm 12 S5 pm 7.54 am II 16 am 10.54 am 10 Oil am 7.55 am 10 am 7 55 pm 4.15 am 10 2 s pm 6 05 pm It 15 pm 8 ou pm 7.m pm Fast Express 7.:W pm S 48 pm 28 pm 5 66 pm 5 17 pm 4 67 pm 4.10 pm 8. 10 pm 1S.15 pm 8 80 am 10.55 am 5 15 am 1 00 am 7.45 am and Ex. S.Stl pm 3.i 4 pm S 27 pm S 57 pm 4 35 pm 4.57 tm 5.S5 pm 10 pm IvR. Isl dar ar.. Orion .lv .Cambridge.. ....Galva.... ..Wyoming.. Princevtlle . . Peoria Bloomineton. SpringSeld. St. Louts. Mo Danville, Iil. Terre Hsnte Evansville.. Indianapolis .Louisville J 'inciunaii. O ll.S5pm (.su am 1 am 00 am 10.40 am S.40 am 10 am 10 15 pm ' Uam;10S0 pm! Passenger traina arriT and h , TTnln depot Peoria. Accommodation train leaves Rock Island s as p. ni. arrives at Peoria 4 80 a. m i.u, iw,i. 7:15 p. m. arrives at Hock Island 1 :06 a. m. CABLE BaANCB. cross. Ac-om. i Accom, fAccom. 8.05 ami 8 HO pm 7.10 am j 1.45 pm 6.80 am 1S.50 pm 4.00 pm 9.10 am lv R. Isl'd ar a ou pm in jo am ar Key Ida lv 5 y pm.'.l' On am ar .Cahle.lv. Chair car on Fast Exoress between Rv- i.i.nrf SDd Peoria In both directions H. B SLDLOW, b. ST.X'KHOUK, boperlDtendcnt. liea'l TkL Agent. a AST MAIL TRAIN with Vestlbnled trains be. ween vDjeago, atuwaukee, bt. faoiand Minna apolls. rRAN3-CONTIN VNTAL ROUTE between Chi. kajuuvu diiuls. onuu ana me ricui Coast. 6RKAT NATIONAL ROCTS between Chlcaga Kansas City and dl. Joaenh. Mo. J7O0 MILKS OF ROAD reaching all principal Tmlnta lea llllnnl ft m . . - ' ...- u, ..i....., n wuuu, aainneaoia, lowat Missouri and Dakota. For man. m. ,.M. a hS,tc- PP'T ram-e-t sutloa agent of the Chicago, Milwaakee A St. Paul Railway, at to any railroad agent anywhere in tbe world. BOS WELL MILLER, A. V. H. CAFPENTBB, General Manager. Gen'l Pass. A T. Agt. tFor Information la reference to Lands and Towns owned ty by the Chicago . Milwaukee A fct. Paul Railway Company, write to H. G. Baa. gen. Land commissioner Milwaukee. WUoonala, z o rv C3 c3 f CaO CO e D g CO 0 CO s n t-H 0 c3 THE IIICLIHE SAVINGS BAMK (Charted by the Legislature of IUlaola.) MOL1NE. - ILT.H. Open daily from A. M. to I P. M ., and onTaatv ua ton 3aAraar bveninae iroia T U S o'clock. Interest allowed on Dee posits at the rate or 4 per Cent, per Annum. Deposits received in amounts of $1 and Upwards. iECCRlTT AND ADVANTAGES. Tbe D rival, nronertv of tbe Tnitttt la ian ,t slble to the depositors. Tbe orBcere are prohibi ted from borrowing any of lta moneys. Miaars and married wom n protected by special law. raa saiaaaa. Vice President; C. F. Bamaarwax, C. F. Hfrnenway. J Silas Leas, Q. H. Edwards. Dim , I . ll .. A b . l" w.uig, a. o nniiiu, e. s. aveauar. ia. M. H-mrnway. C. VlUthuia. a-ar i neoniy coanerea aavings BafiS la Kooa slana County. Dr. Tait Butler, (Asslsunt State Vstsrlnarian of Iowa) Veterinary Physician, AND SURGEON (Socceaaor to Dr. i. D. Rutherford.) Office hours II a. m. to ? p. m. Dentistry a Specialty. Office: Coyne's Feed Stable, Market square, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Bit O basgivtu nnive. sal aattsfartlon In the enre of Oonorrbo-a and Gleet. I prescribe It and feel safe in recommenc ing It to all sufferers. L.J.bTOKEB, M.D., Deerhtr, III PRICE. !.. Fold by Bracelets. Iil mrSealykyab. F 'jTAjaOuvslailSt v. S I 1 1 AGENTS WANTED ij NTKSIST aVTOCML No prwrtoua in UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GE00BAPHT OF THB 00ITKTKT, WILL OBTAIH MUOH VALUABLE Df FORMATIOW THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY, Including main lines, bnuirhu SLLt Bc,v?,r- ,Th,? D'rect Bouts to and from Chlearo, JoUet, Ottawa. cZZ'JSfl1?0' ES,C lelsfld, in ILLINOIS-Davenport, j2ucavtlne. ni,? t??TT?i00' De" Mplnee, Wintersot, Audubonarlanrand Council fi,"Hit ln IOWA Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MINNESOTA W ate rtown 1iQaA0r!r5TF?J18' ln DAKGTA-Cameron, 8u Jcepband Kanea. City, la H,,fiITm..PT?VryLftnd Nelson, ln NEBRASKA Horton. Topwka. SufhV'!onii Y1011!? fellevlUo, Abilene, CaldwelL in KANSAS Poml Creek, Kintrflsher, Port Reno, ln the INDIAN TERRTTOBT-end Colorado ?ver ?"?bl0' l" COLORADO. FBEE Reclining Chair Cars) to Kl? iT3 Chlcairo, Caldwell, Hutchinson, and Dodgre City, and Palace Sleeping-Cars between Chicero, Wichita, and Hutchinson. Traverses new and vast areas of rich farming- and grazing lands, affordintr tbe beet facilltlee -iX rSJ?lnulli5fHon towns and cities east and west, northwest ana southwest of Chicago, and Pacific and transoceanic Seaports. MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAIN8, Leading- all competitors In splendor of equipment, cool, well ventilated, and free from dust. Through Coaches, Pullman Sleepers, FREE Reclining Chair- cars, and (east of WQseourt River) Dining Cars Daily between Chicago. ge8 Moinee, OouncU Bluffs, and Omaha, with Free Reclining Chair Car to -fTS piSttejL.Ne,D- -lvnd between Chicago and Colorado Springe, Denver, and Pueblo, via St. Joseph, or Kansas City and Topeka. Splendid Dining J?,lB rniBhlng meals at seasonable bours) west of Missouri River. California Excursions daily, with CHOICE OP ROUTES to and from Salt ifSll Ofrder, Portland, i,a Angeles, and San Francisco. The DIRECT u-fand 8n4nGrlndfuofSario ' the 0od"' VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE, E2l?nJpJSa,Jra,inB.aBUy between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul, ?!Jr IHi0JPQJLBocll?1ja? Chair Cars (FREE) to and from those points and City. Through Chair Car and 81eeper between Peoria, Spirit Lake, &L81"X vtaBock lBland. The Favorite Line to PipeTtone, Water- OndoftheNrthwtt111" 8ummop HoBor "d Hunting and Fishing eJHfH9?Tl;INfS SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers facilities to travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Council Bluffs. St. Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and St. Paul. p,r Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired information. bddIv to any Ticket Office in the United States or Canada, or address E. ST. JOHN. General Manager. THE MOLINE WAGON. The Moline HOLIXE, IU. M mi f 0 PtTIWilK' At PADlf ODD UlUiiXUlUAiLLUCl lI P rl n. Ill . lirr.llllT I. llll "Kn.lleH'l' VAi n I 'I ITU V xAeMivx uiaau A XUAlUU lIAVJVltVJ A Fnll - ' li a n . . . A fail and complete llac f PLATFORM sad other Pi.rlne Watrons. stwetallv adiMed to tb. Western trade. of mDcrior wnrkmansbh. and s!,,.h i,.?i.."7l,y, the application. Sec the MOL1NK Adams Wall Paper Co., LERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers. 300 Patterns of New Styles in "Wall Papee. sSTainting. Graining sod Paper Hangine;. t)IMICK BLOCK, Twentieth Street, near Third Avenue. OLSON & AND DEALERS IS Flour, Feed, Baled Hay, Straw, Crockery. Glassware, Cutlery. 0"Stesmship Agency and remittance to any part of Europe. 601 and 608 Ninth Street, Rock Island. HI. . iCHAS. DANNAOHERz: Proprietor of Brady Street AUklnd of CUT FLOWERS conttabliy on hand. C 43 One Block North of Central Park A uv irn. SI in lUWt W. l. GUTHBIE, (Sncceesor to 3atbrl A Collins,) Contractor and Builder, ROCK ISLAND ILL. tJyPlans and estimates farntshed. A specialty made of fine work . AU ordaia promptlt and satisfaction gaaranteed. MEau Office and Whop No. 1818 Third Avenue- THE FOURTH AVE. HOTEL has changed hands, having been leased tr? ' a " :' ' W. J". GAMBLE,- - wbo for many years was tbe efficient superintendent of the Mollae A Rock Ialana at o way. Tbe bouse baa been ihorooKbly renovated aud rrfnrnUhed throa-hout1 anj 5t'" run strictly Bran-la-s. bpsclal rates to diy boarders. . Corner Fourth avenue and Twenty-third street. Rock Island. GrTJS ENGrLIN, MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 119 Seventeenth 8treet, Rock Ieland. , tyCleanipg and repairing done neatly and cheaply. ROCK ISLAND HOUSE BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOMS; r:.r. par UAroagbout and L b. J.,ftcr.rBgtV J; T. T3IX03NT, MERCHANT TAILOR. And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. FROM A 8TTTST OF TSU MAP OF AI,..in.. tk. .- Wut nf the JOHN SEBASTIAN,- CHICAGO. ILU Gen'l Ticket A Pass. Agent- Wagon Co., TXT A t,J rrnTTTlTrm ttt n nvm WACHtN before purcbaaiaj. Rock Island, 111. PETERSON, FLOWER 8TOHK, 40tJ Brady Street DATBHPoKt. 10WA.