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TAB AttGUB. SATURDAY, FEBItUAHY 17,
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Mr. A. M. Hertiberz. the Ponular
Steamboat Engineer, with the
Yaa Sent A M osser Trans
I M I.i tlw W nmtif for
fill cooipLunLa pccoli&r
1l to wotacn.
He Kspreses Himself a Well rieaaed
With the Treatment of Drs. '
Stackhoose and Daniel
Which Drought About
His Recent Be
For hundreds of miles an and
down the Mississippi, from this
Point, there are few men better
Down or more highly esteemed
than Engineer A. M. Hertzberg. of
the Van Sent A Muster Traniporta
tion company. The statement that
Mr. Hcrtsbcrg makes public in these
columns today possess a pecnlar in.
tcrest, ana is or almost importance
to thousands of residents of the three
cities and their environments.
Ask yonr Itavgffat.
or send to tia, for our
UME1T MEDICAL BOOK.
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; 1 IiIOLINS WGON,
The Moline Wagon Co.,
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LATEST SOVELTIES IS
CAR bc atra AT
E. F. DORX,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 StCOND AVE.
Ha' per House Block-
iirRPuauTD trxota tub stats law.
Hock Mand Savings Bank,
Boo IiLARD, III.
tt roi ia.av.lata.sv.aaa Satarai avraaw 1 atlaafc.
Pf wr. laf-rwat paid on Deposits. Money loenad oa Personal
lateral ar Heai Estate security
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B. F DeGEAR.
-'ntrfiotor and F3uilder
tad Sh-.p ?24 Etgnteenth Utreet
trMM!,,,,,,-, Wa a4aaoi wsn alaAaaf aaSJaaji
C. J. V. GCHHEirJER,
Contractor and Builder,
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Haa nttaMiantaie ae. MfUn seal
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Mir rLAwn TL
JOHN KONOSKY, .
Carpenter and Builder,
orncE, SO: sssi slxtii avesue,
hi Vln HtMt FOCK ISLAND.
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ENGISEEB A. X. HERTZBEBO.
For a long time." said Mr. Hertz
berg, have experienced a crest
aeai oi trounie irom catarrh in its
most severe forms. My evesiirht be-
came anectoa, ana my eves were at
times waterv and verv weak. I had
more or less headache nearly all the
time, with occasional attacks of dii
"Mv hearing for the past Tear ha
been very bad, and was constantly
growing worms. I had throat troub
les, too, tbat were very annoying.
ineircnncni reports oi cures per
formed by Drs. Stackbouse and Dan
iel in cacs where other physician
a a a
nau laueu, inuuecu me to take
course oi treatment at their insti
tute. From the very first I boiran t4
improve. Mr progress has even
since continued steadily and without
interruption. To say thai I am well
plcaoed with the results of their sue
ces ful treatment in my cane does
not sufficiently express the high es
teem in which I bold those physi
cians ana meir metnoas. j am more
than pleased, and am glad to recom
Mr. Hertzliers has always resided
in Davenport and LeCIaire, in the
same county. His home at present
is ai ueviatre.
$5 a Month.
FnrtTC'tmcat n dli-lm and arnrlm In all
Pl catarrh or kdr d lawn a. tkarc t aa
cant iaic MEa MHMithai ihaBiarAh a
I tnatliata. At ifeo low fate la aaunllwl
"wi'Hi'wanati eta I Boron ga cara
TREATMENT BT MAIL.
Writ- l.ir annainai blank nad nartienlwra
ur niaBaoa- M Itaamra ata'aavf
Innt rat lir tana- t. c Bnot coaocalcailf
vivh invai uaair unoaa.
SacVhous Medical Institute,
URBINE STACKHOCSE. M. D.
JOSEPH A. DAXIKL, M. V.
BTBCIATIKIl-Catarra. AMhau. IMaaaan of
tka Eye. Bar. Xoar, Tfc.aal and
Dnwea, Blood tad 8kla Ulsaascs. Cliroaic Dw-
aw tlnar,- a. am. In If ai .ttadaadt Ml
a. at. s naadaya. s ta p. at. aaly.
Rooms 17 and 18 Whitakcr Building,
(Plratrioor. Taka Uo Elrrator.l
SOUTHWEST CO USER BBADT AKD THIRD
DAVENPORT, - - IOWA.
ParBtianatly osuWiahad, ccattallr lotstad.
ORIGIN OF LYNCH LAW.
la Virgriita aad Waa
lea Xmr ataMlfca.
Lynch law had its origin is Virginia,
according; to theToncluaione of ngenr
tleman who has been investigating the
early history 9 that state. It was not
mob law, as It is now understood. . It
orderly, methodical and fair in its
processes and was strongly ofiposed to
rioleoco or mob rale. Its distinctive
feature was simply that its decrees and
findings were executed sternly and
swiftly upon the spot of their delivery.
vnarles Lynch, whose name is asso
ciated with the sum Mary proceedings
cow known as acts of "lynch law,"
was a Revolutionary soldier and after
tne war ended took up bia residence in
Pittsylvania county. The region in
which he lived became at one period of
the Revelation Infested by bands of
Tories and outlaws, whose depredations
upon tne defenseless people extended
from the lower parts of North Carolina
and Virginia to the passes of the Blue
Btdge and the headwaters ot tne
fames and other mountain streams.
Deserters from ' both armies added
strength and semblance of organization
to their operations. Wherever they ap
peared the terror stricken inhabitants
were plundered, harassed and merci
lessly subjected to every variety of in
sult and outrage. A remedy was need
ed fas this insufferable atato of things.
a remedy that should at once strike
such terror to these tniscreunts- as
would relieve a community already Buf
fering from the effects of hostile inva
si on. Colonel Lynch was the man to
take the lead in such sn emergency.
He succeeded in organizing a body of
patriotic citizens, men of known char'
acter aud standing.
Having laid bis plans before them
and securing their approval, he at once
proceeded to put them into execution.
At the head of bis followers be prompt
ly got upon the track of the unsuspect
ing enemy, captured many and caused
tne others to nee from the country.
When any of these, outlaws fell into
bis hands, they were not taken at once
to a tree and hanged or tied to a stake
and shot, as is now done under the per
verted system of the present day. This
was not according to the code of Colo
nel Lynch and bis followers.
So far front such a lawless procedure
a jury was selected from Lynch s men.
over which be presided as judge. The
captives were trif d separately, the ar
cosed allowed to malce bis own defense
and to show cause, if be could, why be
should not lie punished. .If found
guilty, the punishment was inflicted on
the spot. The general impression bas
bnn that in all cases of lynch law the
penalty wa death. This is a mistake.
A writer who knew Colonel Lynch well
was assured by him that be never will
ingly condemned a criminal to capital
punishment; that prisoners were fre
quently let off with a severe flogging
and then liberated on condition tbat
they would leave tho country. New
arh.t K ill tm It
Medical writers claim that the sue-
eessful remedy for nasal catarrh
must be non-irritating, easy of ap- (
plication, and one that will reacn tne,
In one account of Borne, the author
mentions five or six slabs of elastic mar
Mo as being in the possession of the
Prince Borgbcse. Being set on end.
tliey bend backward and forward : when
laid horizontally and raised at end.
they form a curve; if placed on a table
and a piece of wood or any other sub
stance is laid under them, they fall into
a kind of curve, each end touching the
table. The Ablie Fortis was told that
they were dug up near the town of Hon.
dragon in the kingdom of Naples. The
grain is like that of fine Carrara mar
ble, or perhaps of the finest Greek.
They eeem to have euff ercd some attack
of fire. A slab ot tnarble similar in
every respect to those described and
highly polished bas been exhibited for
more than 25 years at the British mu
seam. M. Flcuvinn de Belvae succeed'
ed in making common granular lime
stone, a granular qusrtz. completely
flexible, ' by exposing it to a certain
degree or heat. In Lincoln cathedral.
England, there is an arch built of white
marble which is quite elastic, yielding
to a heavy tread and returning or re
bounding to its original position on tree
elastic principles. Brooklyn Eagle.
on the plains of Arizona.
Om of Jaau'f atoarela.
The great attraction of Kamaknra,
and one of the jewels of Janan. ia thn
I'lll-MkiWU, Ult UUC lllll W III " '
rnmnto mn. and nlrarated surfaces. T Daibotsu, or great bronze Buddha. We
The history of tho efforts to treat ca- Approach it through a three lined ave-
tarrh is proof positive tbat only ore w vi
ron...l L. Minnlnii.lT met these at a distance of some 200 feet. It is
conditions, and that is Lly a cream
Balm. This safe and pleasant rem
edy has mastered catarrh as nothing
else has ever done, and both physi
cians and patients freely concede this
tact. Oar druggists keep it.
Land-seekers' excursion. On Jan.
9. Feb. IS. March IS, April 10 aud
May 8, 1894, low rate excursion tick1
ets may be bad at the "Burlington"
office to all points in Texas. Final
limit of tickets. 80 davs from date of
For particulars apply to
M. J. YOCKG.
Agent. Rock Island.
Mack, D. P. A.
All taxes on personal property
must be paid before March 1, and, to
avoid costs, on real estate before
March 2), office ia court house
hnlldinc. will tm nmn all dav. and OU
Wednesday and Saturday evenings!
from 7 to 8:30 p. m.
Ed. BACKBsrsLD, Collector.
R. C. ClaiBSB, Depwty.
a sitting figure, 49 feet 7 inches high, 97
feet 3 inches in circumference. The
face is 8 feet 5 inches long and from
ear to ear 17 feet 9 inches wide. The
eyes, which are pure gold, are nearly t
feet liir.g. The circumference of the
thumb is 8 feet. These figures give
some idea of the size, and the figure is
elevated on a stone platform some 18
to 15 feet above the person approaching
it. Bat no description can convey an
idea of the majesty of the face. It is
bent gently forward as if in brooding
contemplation of the infinite. It rep
resents perfect peace the repose of the
attained Nirvana. Boston Herald.
Greatly reduced rates via the
Burlington" to Pacific coast points
on account ot Midwinter fair. Tick
ets now on aale. t with final return
limit to July 16. Through sleeping
ear accommodations secured. For
fall particulars apply to
M. i. Toubg, Agent.
11. D. Mack, D. P. A.
A curious procession once took place
at Brussels. One part of tne display
consisted of a car containing an organ
played by a bear. There were no pipes
to the instrument, but a number of cats,
each inclosed in a narrow cage, an
swered the purpose. They were so ar
ranged that when the bear touched the
keys of the organ the cata' tails were
palled, and the result was anything bat
choice music, to say nothing of the cru
elty thus practiced on the poor ani
niaia. Brussels Correspondent.
Kow the political equality dabs are
busy sewing on to their equal suffrage
flags a second star for Colorado, besides
the star of Wyoming. While they are
about it they may as wotl prepare a
third star for Kansas, to be added next
fall. Woman s Journal.
FOES IN I
. AMBUSH I
thd new Serial by
Feb. 16. EstateofJohaH.Stub.be.
Administrator's final aeport tiled and
order nisi approving same by first
aay oi at area term next, and tbat
administrator notify heirs by. publi
.Estate of Magdalena Krone. Peti
tion by administratrix for an order
to compound a claim due estate at a
remote period. Lied: order that ad
ministratrix give notice by publica
tion as required by law, that appli
cation for such order will be made oa
the first day of, March term next.
being March a prox.
estate of John . Hartzell. Wil
liam A. Marsh appointed special ad
ministrator to contest claim of aa-
miaistratror. Claim heard and al
lowed at $44. 60. Administrator's re
port filed and approved.
testate of Ueorire tt. Browner. Ad
ministrator's report an-i report .of
surviving partner filed and approved.
festate of Howard Wells. ' fetition
for sale of real estate to par debts.
Leave to petitioner to amend peti
tion. Amendment filed. Proof ot
service. E. E. Parmenter appointed
guardian ad litem for minor defend
ant. Answer filed, etc Consent of
widow to sale of dower and home
stead rights. Bond hied and ap
proved. Hearing and order of sale.
guardianship of urace Buchanan.
Letters of guardianship issued to
Douglas Mosher. Bond tiled and ap
The Naatta Invalid
Has tastes medicinally, in keeping
with other luxuries. A remedy must
bo pleasantly acceptable in form.
purely wholesome in composition.
truly beneficial in effect and entirely
free from every objectionable qual
ity, if really ill be consults a phy
sician; if constipated he uses the
gentle family laxative. Syrup of
ISO WorltTt ralr Photos for !.
1 bese beautiful pictures are now I
ready for delivery in 10 complete
parts 16 pictures comprising each
part and the whole set can be se
cured by the payment of fl to any
station ticket agent of the Chicago.
Milwaukee & St Paul railway. He
will take vour money and your or
der, which will b sent to the pub-
lisher, and the portfolios of pictures I
win lie sent, free of expense, by mail
Ladies' 6-button clress shoe,
Ladies congress gaitor,
Ladies' fine cloth top dress
All Widths. All Sizes.
162 Second Ave.. Under Rock Island House.
Special February Bargains.
Upon sorting up our stock we find remnants and
broken lots of paper, good, desirable, salable pat
terns.' But we must have shelf, room for our large
stock of new spring goods which are arriving almost
daily, and these remnants and broken lots must go
at a sacrifice.
Les Than Half Price.
To make trade lively through February we have
also inaugurated a way down price on our new goods
and our stock all the way through.
We will not be undersold. Always to the front
Adams Wall Paper Company 9
310, 312 and 3i4.Twentieth street.
Biggest More. Biggest stock in tne three cities. ys,.
TH I Y ARE' BA GAT N S
READ ABOUT THEM IN
A car load of handsome bed room suits going
at the following prices.
Suits worth $15 00 go at
27 50 "
55 00 -40
' 18 00
. Remember we have only one car load to dis
pose of at the above manufacturer's prices.
CAPT. CHARLES KING CUWfifJH & SflLZMAttK
IN THIS PAPER
4 iudUft .
Plenty of Love and Adventure
This Sale Leads Them All
For all kinds of
V I ur
I L IMSecoal At. t
f 1 1 '- '
I i ' an 1 !
aaa l w M.SaaM I
1 la taaf a. a- W.w .
is the Greatest Chance Ever Offered
in the Three Cities. The balance
of Our Stock of
Cloaks and Millinery
To go at less than half price. . Every pur
chaser should visit our store before buying,
as these are the greatest bargains ever
offered in the three cities.
114 U.l Ct D:TCn.