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Rock Island Daily Argus.
I Largest and Best Fa per In the Three Cities. If you want to read 'all" the News take the Daily Argus. U1 VOL. XXXVI11. NO 10. ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 18S9. PRICE FIVE CENTS. I lf Eatfl CHICAGO. A 'a it. M. YERBURY, .- As. ife -Steam s Gas Fitter- l 5 J' rough Hose, (3" Rest Office 7 111 Rock Island, 111. W. B. BARKER, Um purchased the wkll known Wagner Grocery Fourth Ave. and Teuth Street, and hopes to retain the custom ct Lis predecessor He will ni'ifcc a t'rent effort to perpetuate the good name of ibis 0!d Established Grocery I. I.... -I .. ... . -that It has always enjoyed by dealing only in the best goodx AT THE LOWEST TRICES. ROLLIN Successor to A 1 5a4. thop Nitiefeeiith St., Let. First and Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done. tS?Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired. New Eim 3treet Grocery GOEO.-E. BROWNER, (9urceir to Damjuard A Bronner) FLOUR AJNTD FEED Family Groceries and Provisions, He solicit a share of the trade and will make price as low us the lowest. Telephone connections. GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL. nn THOMAS Proprietor of the Old Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street, Has opened with an entire stuck of Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc. CJTFreah Farm Produce always on band Mt. "mart doalraa a nnawal of hi old trada and will try and ! patron ptlcw and treatment of jfora. H I ' r ft an b v.. M lraai infiw ia,n rv n uisai2t V -j V trtt: ii mm immm Imp' mnwewt mh nhf mm VeiMa fca mmnttm .awt n nwum,! pmm fcer Mf PLUMBER. K DEALER IN t and Cast Iron and Lea l Pipe Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile. Steam and Gas Fixtures. work at fair prices. Estimates furnished. ami shop 219 18ih St. Telephone 1 182 RUIOK, damson Jt Ruick, PRACTICAL MACHINIST, do not feel zi'c. 10 you? have tried all kinds of remedies H'ithont avail. would give a fortune to regain good health. should remember that 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 trton SALC BY ALL DRUGGISTS.- SMART, and well-known ' N. P. F. NELSON, 2119 Fourth Avuotk, for the best custom made Boots -AM Shoes. (2" Repairing neatly done. PEERLESS DYESb"e?t ' ' l Hn4 la 4 r.Ut iat (r-jijf.jl oaiai. waa wai jwr f X."al PwrlevBnmn Pint ..1.,J fwritw Larodrr Blatnf. P.nrl IntFu.tWr. t PurkaiSboa HiumPiihiI PirtM. tu tiyi Sootura. TO nr.AL ALL ELC Tt C'OXTACION I thiult Swift's p.cil!c V IV best hlcoj r.-: In tin-.:!,. I linv'r knnv:i It t . iimLc rar.ir v:r. mi cure ot p ili.-ii'. Ti w re ronsidctvd Incur; 1 1 I. M. Clatmn, CruwvTlp, L u Treatise on Lloorl nnd i-'h n Pt.ra.cs mailed I v Tnc Swiit Sprrmr Co.. :rnwpr3, AiImiiii, ( x I Restorer THE MEDICINE WHICH CURES. This is a Medicine that Conquers and Eradicatas Disease. It is the most Remurkable Develop, ment of this Age of Progress and Sanitation." i little 1nTe.tiff.tinn w 11 ennrin.'. nn Ih much a. i. claimed for TUB GRaAT EESTOK tK the hr I. not told. liAIMIla-Pmni whuff. form of rnm piaiut-whatever malady. Hera la Your rncna, Kor cir lllare containing- i hi.tnrv nf thi. U'nv mmiii Knr, ami mn e rrmsrkable letter iross people well known, atldresa a. beltw. The Crrat Efstorrr PI armaropia! Works, lHiia Portland Urnni , Minneapolis. Minn met J1.50 per bottit. Kor vale by crug. Pure! Palatable! Popular! I AR4.NTFFD Hi rv fU,f Inth truitHl r.irui. Kitd in Jan. liquid In txitti. Hwksi- flntl t ti.Talaabl lot fkmpav stwai Meat hkiir-r. Bouillon, pit. Jim BrTa. trongt recummenclpO hw wstltiktt ptif irttt. fttr lu fmlitiM, infttnta autl tMhr. Aonrttxinir and rsiifrhDoiut.. aft your drukitftai or gn cr fr Armour's Beat Extract ur send A1, for aami i tmrkimv and ARMOUR & CO., Chicago. Wall Paper. I CARPflTS, Floor & Table Oil Cloth. Oil Cloth Stovn Patterns Window Shades. Our ail wool extri super CAKPKTS are the baat erer oflVrad frraa'e In th city. L W. PETERSE 212 2:24 West Second Street, N DAVENPORT. - - IOWA. ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS. -ALL KISIS OF- Cast Iron Work done; a specialty of furnish ing all kinds of Stoves with CastiDgs, at 8 cents per pound. NINTH ST. ANI' 7th AVE. J. E. DOWIN'O. Proprietor. A. D, HUESING, Real Estate- -AND- Insurance Agent RepraMnta. among otb.r ti a. -tried and well known Plra InauranceCutopaniaa. tna following: Royal Insurance Con piny, of England Weacheater Fire Ins. Co.. of Jt. Y. Buffalo German Ins. Cf .. Buffalo. N. T. Rochester Oerman Ins. Co. Rocb'r N-Y Ottrman Fire Ina. Co.. ot Peoria, III. Cilixens Ins. Co.. of P ttsburgh. Pa. Exchange Fire Ins. Co.. of New York. Offlue No. 1J6 8enud Are. , ROCK ItiAND. ILL. Brownson Urn Hatter, Bacon 1 and Main Street. DaTanport Iowa, HEADQUARTER FOB Diinlap Hats, FUR ROBES -PLU 3H ROBES. Fur Mufis and Boas AT BOITOX PSICBS. J. M. BUFORD. GENZRAJi Insurance Agent Tfca W Ftf and Tlaa-tr M Onapaatas fapraaaatad LOSSES PR0MP1LY PAD. Baaas as law aa aay rallabU e aoaay aaa i I ar rauoaac la . a FARM AND GARDEN. 6UBJECTS SURE TO INTEREST FARM ERS AND STOCKMEN. A Plea for Mora Wood Mutton with Which to Supply a Large Demand-Farmers Hava Krgiected a Profitable Meat lo- d ii try by Breeding Entirely for Wool, The opinion is rery ppnerally enter tained that tlie sheep is the most stupid of our domestic animals. Shepherds, however, well know that some sheep pKseKs plenty of wnse. and that the sheep's memory is, a rule, quite as good or better than that of any other rariu animal. HEAD OF A CHOICE SPRING LAMB. While looking about the stock vards a mouth or so ago. The Rural New Ym k ers artist came upon the lamb wlirw head im pic tured here. It is certainly an intelligent head, and, according to the rtiHt. oilKht to be an intelligent animal He was engaged in a work that will, if rarneti out, bring probt to American farmer. In the words of Rural New orker, though be died for the causa the flavor of bis flesh may help to stimu late the demand for good American mut ton to such a point that farmers will nee their way clearer to meeting it. Thi was a "spring" lamb across of a South down and a common ewe. He was one of a choice lot from Virginia that brought urei jrn-es ana gave sucn excellent satis faction that the dealers want "more from the same place." there is a demand in all our Lircre markets for giod mutton, but it is im possible to supply this demand, for the reason that first class mutton cannot be obtain.-d at anything like a reasonable pri-e. The mutton that is sold in the markets does little besides ruining its own reputatiou. Parties who have eaten Canadian mutton wonder whv such meat cannot be found here. The fact is tliat too many American farmers have utterly neglected the breeding of mutton sneep. lhey have bred entirelv for wool, and the result is that thev have well nigh ruined a very profitable meat industry. It is high time that steps were taken to stop this retrograde movement. A Oood Cow. A good cow is flat ribbed just back of the shoulders and has well sprung ribe further back. She has broad, flat ribe and so far apart that one can lav two fingers between them. Her skin should be loose and flappy over the flank and her umbilical development should be firm and strong, with the veins of the belly very prominenL She should be broad between the eyes, should have a medium length, straight face and bright and prominent eyes. Besides, the poll or forehead should be long between the boras and the eye; the neck should be clean and thin and backbone strong, the pelvic arch high, the hams thin to cive ample room for a large udder, and the tail should be long, slim or flat. She should have a long udder, extending well oacK ana tront one that will be soft and flabby when milked out and should have a three-fold, wedge-shaped form, the general tendency of weight beine towards the udder, indicating power to prouuee nuik. A Story That la Told. It is told that in some parts of South Australia a contrivance to supolant the decoy" wether in yarding sheep at the hearing shed has been adopted, and with apparent success. A large mirror is fixed at the end of the lane. The sheep, see ing thomaelvea rwflocted in thia. m&n-h straight up to it. The mirror has to be of strong plate glass, and even then it is questionable whether it would stand the butting of a pugilistic old ram. The idea seems very feasible and might prove effective in trucking abeep. The FattoBlac t Swine. Now is the time to commence puahinir the pork hog. After having the run of the pea field, chufas and potatoes, thev ought to be fat enough for pork with very little or no corn at all. The fatten ing of hogs is a simple question of plenty of fattening food administered as often as three times a day, with proper shelter from cold and wet. A pound of food fed now will produce as much aa a pound and a half will in January. Dixie Farmer. Agiicultaral Briefa. Intelligent feeding is as necessary for te bog as for any other animal; it will not thrive on anything and everything. Overfeeding the hens mav be the cause of leg weakness, soft eggs, poor hatches and apoplexy, and is often the cause of hens becoming egg bound. A writer on equine subjects gives what he says is an Arab test: "Observe your horse when he is drinking out of a brook; in bringing down his head, be remains square, without bending bia limbs, be pooueimca sterling quaiitwa aud all parts of his body are built symmetrically." The whole secret of successful turkey raiaing is summed up by a California poultry man thus: Let the little one alone: keep them shut up at night; keep them free from lice. Authorities in such matters advise lite marketing of comb honey while fresh, as it gains the best prices while in thin condition. A Ooed Appauie essential to good health; but at this season it is often lost, owing to the pev crtj or im purity of the blood, derange ment of the digestive organs, and the weakening effecu of the changing sea son . flood's barsapariUa is a wonderful medicine for creating an appetiUs, toning tne digestion, ana Riving strength to the whole system . How is th time to take Be sure to get Hood's SarsaparUIa. Th poet who sings: "I know aa hon est fiaberman" evidently believes in poetic nign ucense. In th pursuit of the gooa thing of hii world ire anticipate too muck; we eat out the bean and sweetness of world ly pleasure by delightful forethought of them. Th results obtained from the use of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed all claims. It cure dyspepsia, and all stomach, liver, kidney and bladder trouble. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer, blood purifier, a sur cur for agae and malarial disaea. Price, 60 cents, of druggist. i,.. lh if Is Consampuoa Ineurabsl Read the following: Mr. C. H. Mor ns, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess ot Langs, 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 the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made." T , ill . jesse siiuaiewart, uecaiur, Ohio, says "Had it not been for Dr. King's New discovery tor (Jonaumplion I would have died of lung troubles. Was Riven up by doctors. Am now in beet of health iryit. Sample bottles free at nartz & rJahnsen drug store. ELECTRIC BITTEna This remedy is becoming so well known nu so popular aa to need no special men lion. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer iruicine ooes not exist and it is guaran teed to do all that is chimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver ana Kidneys, will remove nimnlen hnil salt rheum and other affections caused by impure oiooo.. win drive Malaria from tne system and prevent as well as cure an niaianal fevers. For cure of bead ache, constipation and indigestion try iiiCT.iriu outers .entire satisfaction pnar- anteea, or money refunded. Price 50 rents and tl.OO per bottle at Hart Jt Babnsen s drug store. BUCKLKN'8 AHKICA BALVK 1 he best salve in the world for cats. oruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and rosi. tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents iter " ror sale ov nartz Huhneen. Where he stamped You perm at home here," remarked a man at the postofflce to the postmaster. "Yes," replied the latter, "tuls is mv stamping ground." Who of us are wunout trouble be thev mall or large? The blessings of health are best appreciated when we are aich and in pain. A hacking cotigh, a severk Cold, or an V throat or lun? diaeaso are ery troublesome; but all of these nia? be luickly and permanentlv cured bv l)r. Sipelew's Cure. Safe and pleasant foi tntfren. Price 50rnta. Kecent elatiatics show that 9 000 OilO uc-rmans reside outside of Fatherland, of bom 7.1NK).(X;0 are to be fnnnd in the United States. Al)lva to au'TSXkt. Are you disturbed at nisht and broken at your rest by a sick child suffering nd aryicg with pain of cutticg teeth? If so, send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. V inslow Sxiothine Syrup for children teething. Its - value it Incalculable. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im midiately. Depend upon it mothers, there is no mistake about it. It eun- dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom- acn ami bowels, cures wind colic, soft ens the guiut. reduces inflammation, and y.ves tone and energy to the whole sys tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething is pleasant to the Us tr. and is ihe prescription of one of the oldest and best female nurses and dev. aic.ians in the Lei ted States, and is foi sale by all druggists throughout the orld. Inc 85 cents per bottle. A conleraporaiv has an article on "Slip shod Milk Inspection." No article of food requires so thorough an inspection as slipshod milk. Haws About Town. It is the current report about town that Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures ith people who are troubled with coughs, sore throat, asthma, bronchitis and consumption. Any druggist will give you a trial bottle free of cost. It is guaranteed to relieve and cure. The I arte bottles are 50c and SI. Mw'a Maraaawrilla purifies the blood, builds up weak and debilitated systems. Clves strength to weakened H OOd 8 nerves, overcomes that tired asnsn. eeiutj. wun tuc aigestive sarsapa- organ. Invigorates and reg filla u,!lt the kidneys and liver, exiiels disease, and elvea vigorous health Young people say: "It Is the best Makes mcoicine we ever took." Old people say:" It makea the Weak us leci young again." 80 good a ruediclne may well wlTOng ! called - the true Elixir of Life." Hwwdl'a MaraaparilUs Is sold by all drug. lst. (l ; six lor 5. Prepared by C. L Hoo4 ACo.. Apothecaries. IiwelU Mass. ILY CataddU n t - - " ureamiJaimi nv'V i ifHvnffk." Um A Cold in Head HAY-fE VE R A particle 1. annllail IntA each Mtrfi mn t. agreeabte. Prtce 60 cants at Druggist. : br maU. reglxed, SO eenta. ALT BSOt BKBS. 56 War ran atrwt Maw York. FRED ALTER, n ouo I! ? 0 II o irw 11 . Kl K H H ft H K fi n w II 6 e II uoo mi MM -317- S 1 v rh txetth St., (up Btairs.) FOR r.lEtJ ONLY! i KSITTaT 'TUmTm 'AltlWw STAaTHOOT: " Tin 1 1 arKKVOUB Dun rVv. M.UlWSM,BMc Mmm t. l.hre. i Mmm afaamud w trurva iiut.ii. . . . by. a. . aania.iij fsi aaa Taaataajrr ai.iaa. s a... iir f 41 Suan, T Ii.l1. . - T will CTKKS V J -rTT-IJ nay Fever Ajro I a.. Uii itisintuSuriTix AVOID ALL IMITA TiONS. THEY MAY BE DANGEROUS. Via.. F AC-S I M I L E OF BOTTLE WITH BUFF WKArPER. USE POND'S Scalds Piles Burns wounds EXTRACT Insect DEMAND POND S EX Bites Stings Sore Feet INFLAMMATIONS and HEMORRHAGES ALL TRACT. ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE FOR IT tUBS EXTRACT PAIN THIS IS THE ONLY PlG-lT KIND DONOT TAKE ANY OTHER XKDICAL. Dr. NELS0N1 COR. WASH. 3d AVE. 8. From 2ft rear.' exoenenre In fin pital and Private uractice 1. er..hiw to guarantee radical nre. In Chronir or po Knou diw a.e of the blood tbroat, no e. akin, kidney., bladder and kindred orgatin. tirvt nd stric ture corea witnijnt ptn or cuttln?. i u.p. ud eouiexptaie omg t.. Hot r-prinit" for tb treatment of anv pnv.ie or Mood diwae.can becurec torone-tniro ttleco.1 LADIES Bjr ,bi" ttmcnt ifiveiv mm . , i.. iroui M inwnew. rrrek'r., eruitinnn. etc., brilliant e e. and perfect brail I ran be bad pflrTbM -tired feel inn" and all female weakne. prompt Ir cored. Bloatlni. beadacbea. Ner vous Prostration, and Sleeulessnea 'J1 tronWea. Inflammation and Ulceration, falllnfand displacement. Spinal weakness and bansre of Life. Consult the old doctor. NERVOUS Phy"ic' nd Organic weak- forehodire, self-di.truit, impaired memoVy, pal pitation of .he heart, pimples on the face, slicks fcrf..rethe KYK, ringin. in the ear. carr" ibreatent-d consumption and every disqnaliflca- - - " n.n.i i LI cora. Kit Hill A N 11 IT I Kl iiwef. ffvr.ta1 a- nuiy UIMM i,a. ji - . - r e ln iU reltton.pletT eradicated , ' p"4 lu n:rcnr- Scrofnl-v. Ei-yelpe In tb. Hradand Bones. Prpbiltle sore Throat .ua iiiue. oiaiiuuiar enlargement of lb. Neck . : " ". ,-urw-t n oiorrt nirf Tahc URINARY wWRntly conirmrtM of i w amy ttf a itxaJ remedy. So cau- d to any addrwp free from obwrrration. Vhar- peiir. Terms CwL Book and nna.tmn i,.? 15C. A fVi.t.rlU ..la. . 1 n"LK: 11) A. m ia 14 ... u a Snnd.r: t to I n a. to S p. m. Wash. Av. S. KIBHEAPOLIS. KIHN. DR FELLER, 356 Jackson St., St. Paul, Minn. Speedily Cures all Private, Nervous. Chronic and Blojd and Skin Diseases of both Sexes, without the use of Mercury or Hindrance from business. NO CURE, NO PAY. Syphilis, Gleet, Stricture, and all old, licgerlng casea, where the blood ha. become poisoned, cau.ing ulcers, blotches sore throat and month' pains in toe head and bones, and all diseases of tb. Kidney, and Bladder, and ad diseases ac quired from exposure are CT'RED FOR UPE r aia. aaa. who .re .offering from th ter rible effect, at (Mutual weaknaas. bexnal d.blll- i? oo ioea or sexnal power aa tbe raaait of Youthful Indiretion. or excesses of mature years, producing emisaion. nervoosness. loss of cured01' " tnoroeSn' and permanently Dr. Feller, who bas had many yeara experience In this specialty, i a graduate from one of the emuinx uiruicai college, or tbe country. Be has aivxa (ailed in carinx any cases that be has un dertaken. Caeos and correspondence sa redly v. 7 , mm.nicior list 01 questions. Medicines sent by maU and axpre.. crerywhere. 001D KEDAL, PARIS, 1878. W. BAKEIl & CO.'S MM Cocoa It obaoatfeat mm it is mUuble. Ab Chemicals in lU ptvpsLraLau. It hu Ctsrua nf4 with tffiarch. ArrvvTooC uitv, and m thcrefat far morm rtspt It M tVikrh)sja nroiriahinar t atmirtkaiitBiw Fasfl ar luraavn. I veil m for irott ia lMsJtla. Hold bv Grocer rvemrhcra. W. BASES & C0V Dorchester, Mass LOTOS FACE POWDER Ladles rataius. ihdroKipiezKn ruoald Mcurv SAMPLE BOX CRATIS' Of tbe klMt tlBIKArtaMl sUMl RDaaUllUUtlAil Afknirfvl- mm Lb bent FACE POWDER. Ooarmntd hi hm brfMtlT h irm!wiA 1ntnarawiitl. ble. durt-Dl and iurtibl. Fur . vvrTtrber Prl. AOc - ld.v. A a t.ritt Qrta&tut Iwf it vr wriM lor ikmMmI MApl buw w J. F. LL0Y0 I. CO., Sole Importers. T ul WsAklartM mtrU C HICAttO. LOTOS FACE POWDER Ton Balk bt tvb Followiso Decsvoistv Marshall ft Fisher, flarti 3t BahDsen, and Frank Nadler ROBERT BENNETT HAS PTJECHABED THK -Genu Grocery- and has removed to Third Are and Tenth St. EOCK ISLAND, WH( soliciu the trade long enjoyed by his predecessor and as many new customers a wish to favor him with their orders. A Box ot Wind Matches Free to Smokers of FOR Sore Eyes Catarrh Lameness Female Complaints Sunburn Soreness Sprains Chafing Bruises PS n mm Egg! l Jnf flhk 11 Mil r 1111 n I THE TRAVELERS' BCIDE. CniCaGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC HAIL way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thlrty llrt street, J. F Cook, agent. THAiy tLsava. 'tAwRira. Council bluff. A Minueso-1 ... L UUavExpres. f :0amjH:l am Kansaa City Day Express. .. 5:B0 am 110 pm Oskaloosa Kxpresa S t8 pm; l:OS pm Council Bluffs A Mlnneso- I ' ta Express I ":ttP T :10 am Council Rlnffs A Omaha I , I Limited Vestlbnle Kx.. f M Pmj m Kansas City Limited 10 0 pm! 4 :U am Denver Vestibule Express.. 10:21 pm; 3 :69 am tGoIng wrst. JOoing east. DaUy umusHTOS R riE-C, B. A i). RAIL TT. - f ep-i nrst avenue and Sixteenth ft . k, agent. TRAINS. BL Laais k-xpresa , 8t. L.iulf. Express , St. Psnl Express tt Psul Expre.f Heardstown Hassenm.. S .45 am j 8 :00 pm 7 .1" am 8 8S pm 6:00 am ... 7:10 pm Way Frelcht (Monmouth) . Way Freight (Sterling) .... Sterling Passenger ra"fiy a:4r pm S:0an 11:50 pm 810 anil 'iitOSam Iran pm :40 am 6:6ft pm CHICAW). VILWAI KKB A ST. PAI L KAIL "V Racine A Sonthwestrrn Division De pot Tw tieth street, between First and Heronri v-nue, n. ir. y . uolmee. aseut. TRAINS. I. BATS. 7:'an" 8)pni t:0(lpn 7:86 arr ASRITI!. Mail and aapresr . .. ... St. Paul Expr ss ft.A Accon modatl n Pt. A A recti modation 11 60 am 10:1(1 am 6 :10 pm ROK INLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE pot First svenne and Twentieth atret TRAINS. Fast Expn-ss Mall and K lures Cable accommodation MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE East and South East.: OOIXaiAST. soiso wxst. Mail Fast) Express! Mail and Ex and Ex . Fast Express 7 . pm 6 4 pm 6 2S pm 6 Ml pm IV 17 pm 4 57 pm 4 10 pm 5 in pm 115 pm 8 80 am 10 5ft am 5 15 am 1 00 am 7.4 am t SO pm 8)am!lvR. Isl'dar ot amar. .Orion. .lv 1 .80 pm IT 48 pm 12 5 tn 7 64 sm 11 16 am 10 54 am : 0.00 am l.X am S.4 pm 3 27 pm 8 A7 DET: ,3S ami.Cambridir S SSaru! (ialva aatpmi 10 3S amj..Wyominir.. 4 5T pm i 10 54 am b 55 pro, II 4" am Prlnceville . . Peoria 8 10 nm 1.15 pm Bloomtnetnn ll.xJpm 8 55 pmj. Springfield. 6 00 am 7 SA pm 15 am lo 4S pm (5 pm am IS am 7 S5 pm:St. Louis. Mo 3 57 pm Dsnvule, III 5 5 I m Terre Haote 1 xti am! Evaosville. 6 So pm:Icd1anspolis SOOam 10.40 am S.40 am 11 15 pm 10 am HQ sm-l(i.S0 pmi tnctfinaii Oi iu is pm . i.outsvuia 8 00 pm 7S5 pm Passenger trains arriv. and .i..t..rf rm depot Peoria. Accommodation train leaves Rock Island 6 45 m. arrives at Peoria S 10 a. m Leave. Peuria IS p. m. arrives at Rock laland 1 : a. m. CABLE BBAKCfl. Accost. 1 Ac om. t 4.00 pm! 9 10 aa lv R. I,rd ar Accom, ; A ccom. 8 05 am- S.0 pm 7 10 am 145m ' am It 50 pm 110 pm 10.J0 am ar Rry'ld. lv 6 85 pm,'.2 ft) am ar .Cable lv Chair car on Fast Exnreas bettte.n P.t t.i..i and Peona In both dlreet:on. tt. t. SL U1XJW , K. STOCKHOr! Superintendent. weh'l Tkt. A(ent. Milwaukee, FAST M AIL TRAIN with Veetlbuled train, he. .ween viucago, jtuwaukea, st. fau. and Mtuna apolia. fRA NS-rOTTTTS rKTAL ROCTB between Ch. cwu, unncu u.tuis, maaba and tha Facias Coast. 6REAT TTATTOSAL ROVTE between Chlcass Ksssaa City and St. Joaenh. Mo. 1700 MILKS OF ROAD rtachtne all rrrinrlnal point. In Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota. Iowa. Missouri and Dasoca. Formana. time tablea. rate ne . . tr?x?attltc- Pn,T to ,ha r.aret .taUoa aeent f th. Chicago. Milwaak. A 6u Paul Ratlwav. a to any railroad went any where In tb. world. R06WELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER, vtunu atanager. uea 1 Pass. A T. AgV. (Por In forma Hob In referrmea t. a Town. owned by by tha Chicago. Milwaukee A et. Paul Railway Company, write to H. O. H an ion. Land commissioner kUwaokee. Wiaeonaia. Iaava. Aa its. 8:40 am 7:VTpm 2:40 pm 1 SO pm 10 an, 3 (10 pm I 4 00 pm B:0f am O a. saaaaaas a t tt o i J X P 5 - US CO o c fi 0 r u CO ir. o THE NOLIXE SAYINGS BASK (Charted by tha Lagialatara of ninota.) MOLINE, - ILLS. Open daily from A. M. to ( P. M , and oaTaas da and balariay Bvenlnsa froia I to 0 clock. Interest allowed on Despoalu at the rat of 4 per Cent, per Annum. Deposits received in amounts of f 1 and Upwards. BECTRlTT AM) ADVAXTAOBA. Th. private Drooertr of m. TrasteM la laami slbi. to th. depositors. Tb. oScera ara prualM- tea froin borniwlajr any of Ita aaooeya. Mianrs and married wunu's protected by .pedal la. Omcsa" : R W. Wat,-ca. Pre.M.nt. aw. era t-stasaa, Vlos Pre.idicl, C. V. Hxaxaaar. Cashier. TaosTaaa: S. W. Wbaetorfc, Porter kinner, C W. Hi'Blenway, J Btlas Iras. Q. H Sdaarda. Hirarj Darlltg. A. 8 Wright. 1. a. arator, U U. U -men way. C. Vltzthata. psr"rh.on.ychartara4 aavlnga Bank la Keck talaaa Coanty. Dr. Tait Butler, (Assistant Slate Veterinarian of Iowa) Veierinary Physician, AND SCRGEOX (Snecaseor ta Dr. I. D. Rutherford.) OSes hours 11 a. as, to t p. as. Dentistry a Specialty. Cffica: Coyna'a Feed stable. Market square, ROCK ISLAND. ILL. Bl( G has i veu univer sal aatiataettoa la tba core of OoBorrfaO'a and Gleet. I prescribe it and feel sat. la raoomowoc Idc It to all sufferers. k.i. 8TOVCB, M.9., Ooaatae, HL PRICK. Sl.aa. vd by Trosaw- SALE RUtlTimi f .OsrsBtaTri SSBJa5BBBaT2S2 AGEllTS VAIITEO MsTUalT STOCK. L SOWS TTRAOQTJAINTED WITH TUB GEOORAFHT OF TUB OOT7HTRT, VJTU OSTATJI MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATIOW THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY, Liic,1,S?nin "s. branches and extensions Fart and Wart of thw prii hoIT Th,? Direct Bouta to and from Chicago. JoUet, Ottawa, nVJ?1 Molln'?. Bock Island, In ILLINOI 3 Daven port, Muaoattne! S"f?-0"v, tchita Belleville, Abilene, CaldwelL In KANSAS Pcmd altJhiRnBber'rl ort Benot n tbe INDIAN TERBITOBT-end Colorado P?"8v Denver. Peb'o. In COLORADO. FREB Reclinlna; Chair Ctara to "TP Cnioaero, Caldwell, Hutchinaon. and Docbre City, aod PaUao Sleep-wfC-JS.betw2ch!Caro Wichita, and Hutchinson. Traverse new and r!!. of rtc,tt ,mnin and (rmslnay lands, atrordixur the bst fjacllltlew -nrtn,rPlmilni,Vl?i'on " towns and citlos ast and weet, nortliwaat and southwest of Chicago, and Pacific and transoceanic- Seaport. MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS. eSdJS?L?Ui!ompet4ior8 In splendor of equipment, cool, well ventilated, and ??.JV?m dn TUrouyh Coacbes, Pullman Sleepers, FREB Reclinlna; nSS'Mnt ' i1 Sf MiBsourt River) Dlninij Cars Daily between Cbioatyo. arTS,.hM !;' Tnd between Culoatfo and Colorado 6prlnrs, Denver, v"" r Dini.. v- w j..' viuiavaia, wiiq f Tee ttecuninv vnair tar ao ar ' , Zr -""Liu, vr o.atuias vncy ana 1 opeaa. ttpienaia uimnv tt OT Hi ft ffirniHhinF maal. .nv.i V. . .V,. . m rlli p Ecgions daUy, with CHOICE OF ROOTB8 to and from Salt i?Mnf ?d.n'orti1r?d Ii?8 Anarsles, and San Franclsoo. The DIRECT .aASSJSsSS Garden of tbe God"- 8"atart- VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE. frtl'h TvfiPA?-nr??ns,da,ly between Chlcatro and Minneapolis and St. Paul. rIvT.It ?P.Kecll?lI chRlr Car IFBEEI to and from those .points and . &.i71hCOUB ctt7,r,CaT snd Sleeper between Peoria, Spirit Laka. S?wrJ P ST'.Y1 Ro?k.LRland- The Favorite Una to Pipestone, Wat-? ShdS91of"theFNUorthwt!lle Summer d Huntin and'FUhin. tr-Ji? hRTINE V1A SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers faclllUM to 1 It. a .wen Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafaytte, and Council Bluff, St, Joeepu, Atcbtaon, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and 86. Paul. .For. Tickets, M.infi, Folders, or desired Information, apply to any Ticket Office in the United States or Canada, or address -wr ay "at E. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN, General l&nager. CI1ICAUO. IL.U Osa'l Ticket Fast, afaat. THE MOLINE WAGON. The Moline nOLIXE, ILL. Manulacturers oi FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS VirP, PLATFORM tad other Pirlnf Waeooa. erpeetallv adswteA a. th. V. esurn tri. ,.f superior workm.n.blp and tnis h llwrtedrlLl fnSal Prhrauou. Seetb.klvU.NK WAG.Nbcforvparchaa!nl. . Adams Wall Paper Co., LERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers. 300 Patterns of New Styles in "Wall Papir. aWPainting, Graining and Paper Hanging. l)IMICK BLOCK. Twentieth Street, near Third Avenue. OLSON & AND DEALERS IK Flour. Feed, Baled Hay, Straw, Crockery. Glassware, Cutlery. aS-Stesmship Aeency and remittance to any part of Europe. 601 and 808 Ninth Street, Rock Island. I1L OHAS. DANNACHEBz: Proprietor ot Brady Street All kinds of CCT FLOWERS constant, on h.4 GREENHOfSF.a One Block North of Central P.rk. Tbe lara- .tin Iowa. W. A.. GUTHRIE, (accessor to 3uthrte A Co'llna.) Contractor "plans and eti Bate, furnished. A specialty made of Una work . All order. atUnd-duT promptly and satisfaction ua ran teed. atlaMed to Office and Hhop No. 1818 Third Avenue- THE FOURTH has chanced bands, W". J GAMBLE, who for many year, was th efficient superintendent of tha Molina A 1.1... . . way. Tba bouse has been thoroughly ranovaied and refurnished throjirtvInTVVr run strictly Snt-cia.. bpacial ratea to cit j lioafilra Corner Fourth avenue and Twenty tblrd treet. Rock Island. GHJS ESTGrTJivj" MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 119 Seventeenth Street, Rock laland. tyCieaoiog and repairing done neatly and cheaply. ,1 . ,,.-. ROCK ISLAND HOUSE BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOMS. pered throughout and tK bath'iooni. recae, ryng'L J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealer in- Mem' Fine Woolens. ' ; 1706 Second Avenue. FROM A f TTJDT OF THEf Mar or feet let, ,Mo and Wai .ana tcrancii -Watertown and Topeka. Splendid Dlnlnv Wagon Co., Rock Island, 111. PETERSON, xT ?f r...,- - Otrtret TiroT, 10WA. and Builder, ROCK raT.ATsrn ttt AVE. HOTEL havirjg been leased to 1 ti mi If ': f I 41 1 1 ) I : Pi j y ! i n m feci ll te 1 i f ; t '. : L .' : V ' 'III H 1 j I I Si s i .aHSTtW ir