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THU AE9JJ1X TUESDAY, FEBIUTABY 5, 1CU5.
raMmLei Oailj aa WHj at wmEitial
Avssaa. Bock Um4 m.
J. W. Form,
TBHlsn Imilr, ta MM pat week. eaklr,
.c par mn; la ad rants Sua.
AUcoswanicasJoBa of a critical or iiimnli.
Ova character, potttiaal at rtllgiooa most have
real aasa attache for pabliettlaa. Mo sock
articles win be printed 01 r Set'tlaus sii-aatnna
CorreepoDdnoe solicited from rrery township
Tl'ESDAT, Februabt 5, 1895.
The following is the way the lulla-
dj la tang now in Kansas:
Bockabr, bmby. your mamma baa am;
fhe'e out at a caucus, and will e till dawn.
She wore papa's trousers, and In them looked
Bo tasbaby, baby, jvur papa ie bete.
Whenever a local republican poli
tician gets within 10 feet of a ther
mometer these days, the indicator
begins to go np'ward. Plumbers
might utilize them to thaw oat
frozen water pipes.
Speaking abont gerrymanders:
The democrats of Connecticut cast
66,000 votes last fall, and elected just
one state senator; the republicans
cast 83,000 votes and elected 20 state
senators. That looks like a neat
The frigid weather of the past week
has had no perceptible effect upon
the republican warring factions in
the congressional contest. The fight
grows warmer daily, and it only re
mains for Governor Altgeld to call
the special election to precipitate the
liveliest kind of a row. Meanwhile
the democrats can look on compla
cently and watch the fracas in a
spirit of disinterestedness.
A sweeping ordinance has been
passed by the Sterling, 111., city
council. It declares that all places
of business except hotels and livery
stables shall be kept closed on Sun
day. Hotels are not allowed to sell
cigars. Restaurants are allowed to
feed regular boarders only. Prob
ably the next restriction will be
against smiling on the street. Ster
ling should be located in Iowa in
stead of Illinois.
The New York Daily Mercury has
undertaken the task of preparing a
history of the veteran democrats of
the century, their names, addresses
and voting records in presidential
elections. To this end the Mercury
says: We desire to secure an ac
curate list of the old-school demo
crats of every state in the union, to
know their age and place of birth,
and the names of all the presidential
candidates for whom they have
voted. We want to hear from the
old timers only, those whose first
votes were cast for Jackson, or some
of the democratic candidates in cam
paigns preceding his. We hope also
that every old democrat who sends
us the desired information about
himself will also send his photo
graph in order that his portrait may
accompany the sketch of him which
we shall print."
The United Stavtee' Wealth.
The census bulletins show the ag
gregate wealth of the United States
to bo $65,637,001,197. of which $1,
000,000,000 is in railroad bonds and
securities, and nearly f950.000.000 in
vacant lands, leaving something like
sixty-three and a quarter billions as
the actual value -of the property be
longing to the people. This gives'
for the entire population in 1890 an
average amount per capita of 11,010.
which is an increase over that of 10
years previous of f 140, the per capita
of 1880 being $870. A comparison of
these values with those of other
countries discloses the fact that the
United States is the richest nation in
the world, although the wealth per
capita is excelled by that of Great
Britain and France. In the former
country it is fl.338 and in the latter
"To be a good golfer, " says a femi
nine authority, "you must commence
early in life, and it is noticeable that
most people leave off very late. I have
seen a very pretty matron, the mother
of ten, keep her hungry fold waiting for
dinner while she played out her four
some." Another muscular mother, ho,
in acorn pan ying her husband to India,
was therefore obliged to leave her small
boys and girls in England, found great
comfort at the time of her parting from
them in the news that there were splcn
did golf links at the military station in
India to which her husband and she
were going. English women, however.
are not, as a rule, so hopelessly daft over
the game as the great majority of Ena
lishmen. Like lore, this game warketh
like madness in men's brains. A non-
golfing bride to be, whose groom to be
dreams, talks and labors only upon the
links, threatens to add to the marriage
service, "I take this man for better or
worse, but not for golf." New York
Flit Hartwell in her last svndicate
article says: "I don't recommend
any special brand of tea for afternoon
o 'clocks. I do, however, knov all
about the best tea to take at night.
Parks' Tea will rertainlv clear vour
complexion and purify your blood.
Yon will be surprised at the im
provementif yon take a cup of Parks'
Tea each night, bold by HarU
Feb. 4 Estate of Henry Omslaer.
Proof of posting and publication.
Claims allowed. Hearing on claim
of Lucius Fitsch to household goods
set for Thursday, 14th Inst., at 2
Estate of Levi McCain. Claim of
Reuben Norton allowed at $66.
Guardianship of James W. and
Grace L. Knowlton. Order author
izing a loan by guardian of $3,000
for one year upon su blots 19 and 20,
lot 8, block 13, Old Town of Rock
Island, the property of said wards.
Guardianship of minor heirs of
Andrew Carlson. Bond filed and ap
proved and letters of guardianship
issued to Josephine Carlson.
Guardianship of Henry B. Means
and other minors. Order authoriz
ing guardian to pay account of Wil
liam H. Bean and Dr. E. Bradford.
Knights of the Maecabem
The state commander writes ns
from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "Af
ter trying other medicines for what
seemed to be a very obstinate cough
in our two children, we tried Dr.
King's New Discovery, and at the
end of two days the cough entirely
icitmem. we will not be without
it hereafter, as our experience proves
that it cures where all other reme
dies fail.'1 Signed F. W. Stevens,
State Commander. Why not give
this great medicine a trial, as it is
guaranteed, and trial bottles are
free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
store? Regular size 50 cents and $1.
it sir po as Mica for roc.
Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes
that he had a severe kidney trouble
for many years, with severe pains in
his back and also that his bladder
was affected. He tried many so-
called kidney cures, but without any
good result. About a year ago
he began the nse of Electric
Bitters and found relief at once.
Electric Bitters is especially adapted
to cure all kidney and liver troubles
and often gives almost instant re
lief. One trial will prove our state
ment. Price only 50 cents for large
bottle. At Hartz & Ullemever's drug
BUCKLER'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 positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Harts & Ullemeyer.
Tnere waa One Difference.
Perhaps the best natured and at the
same time one of the wittiest rejoinders
in religious dispute was that made by
Father O'Leary to an Irish Protestant
"I have no objection, " said the latter,
"to have the Virgin Mary treated with
reverence, but only as a respectable,
venerable woman, just such a one as
my own mother." "Still," replied
O'Leary, "you must allow there is some
difference in the children. "Philadel
Warning; to Tonne Men.
Bow many young men bankrupt their eon.titn
tlona, iquander their Titali y and rain their health
by pernicious practices generally contracted
fironfh Ignorance. Kerrone exhaustion, debil-
lt, fullness of mental faculties, impaired mem
ory, low spirits, morose or irritable temper, fear
of impending calamity, and a thousand and one
are the derangements of mind and body which re
mit from anch indiscretions. Epilepsy, paraly
sis, softening of the brain and dread insanity are
not nnfrtqnently tbe result of indiscreet and un
natural habits, contracted in youth, through ig
norance of their destructive character, and per
sisted in until tbe constitution la wracked 1 Such
unfortunates are rarely entlt'ed to the tender
avmpatby, the noblest efforts and the beat skill of
the medical profession. To reach, reclaim ard,
whenever possible to restore such sufferers to
health and htppineas, is (he aim of an association
of medical annilemen, who, having had a east ex
perience in the treatment of the class of maladies
herein hinted at, have prepared a acientiflc treat
ise, written In plain but chaste language, on the
ntture, symptoms and c irability of such diseases.
The World's Dispensary Medical Association.
or nam street, Homo, 9. 1 will, an receipt
of this notice enclose with 10 cents for postage.
mail, secure from observation in plain sealed en
velope, a copy of this useful work which sbou'd
be read by not only every young man In the land.
but alto by every parent, guardian and teacher
having the care of the young.
"Royml Ruby" atys Whisky
Is a "Rye aa la a Rye," naturally ripened and
frea from all foreign flavor and adulterants, rear
acieea pure na over eleven years or age, raooea
ended to tbe eonnoiseeur aaa aaeritorioaa arti
cle worthy of the conldenea of tavalida, eonva
Isaoanta and the aged. See that our name la
blown in bottle. $1.00 prr auan bottle.
"ROTAL RUBY" PORT WISE
pure, old and mellow, therefore beat adapted for
mvallda. convalescenta and the aced . It reetm
lost vitality, creates strength aad appetite, builds
BP the weak and debilitated. Quarks, fl. Pint,
8D cents. Fat ap on konot aad raarsateed by
ROT AX WTSX, CO Catfcaao.
For sale at Harper Hoaee Pharmacy, aad by
Children Cry for
FREE CURE. tKS,7RrV
for Ktrln- and
. nnary i"Mit
we. It i from
irii tarn: rrprr
I?., wz. Endorsed by tne Hpitl and Phy
nan of Km rone m ft snr soeciac far for K:d
HT .ad B!ajdfri.sft-s. Kliemlsm.Uiabwts.
rricbt .east. BrHfc.-lat deposit. Livr Pitv
. Female? ComntatnU, pnim in bark. ?. ni4
mi iVo itoaVrr m'Hnttte. lr-er1pTie book
it? in ail w Know tbai AaUaa m u w a toaw
Itvt Core for ihf tfiaa. aad to prove 10 voa
lt Wonderful KsTrcta. and for th sake of intro
dwctron. wr w,!! mrnt yn ennog-h for one weii
kim. 07 man. prpaa. rm. n jvm arw a tor
rVrsrr. It is an onLailir e cur. A trial coat rwi
rmth-nr. Adrtr. TWK 4111 1 KIBVaTY
la wataxe Ooa
tare to tmai A groat
groat aoelara Bemleal
Discovery, ( wra tiraaterra! JT rm.
for largo Trial Caao. rwm, by anaO. aattrtjaa.
CIA f J U I .J4 Q. 1 7&. Y;3
X.UitUs.lA and armllarComvUrata,
Onlv eenuine with Trade Mark"Aocanr .'
29 CtZST A-lJs
13 Branca Bsaaaa. Ova Qlaaawerks,
SScacdSOo. toraalebyBcwst Vou
Koeckrita. U. Siidel. Harper nouss
l inaiaucy jiock laiana. w
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avennes, and
nearly every lot in it has
upon it a tine walnnt, elm,
hackberry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Boom 21, ZQtchell & Lynda Block.
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
13 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 9 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 s. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
FJectric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium-connected with bath
IYa-larsatho Akov Beaatts la S Bare. It acta
1. J .ures wnenaiiouera
sau. a juns; men win ree-ata their lost manhood,
aadoldBKO will recover tsi. .nnihfui mm
by using VITALIS. It onlckly and aurely ro
wira pcFYouane!, txiek iiaitiy. impotence,
Kightlr Emissions. loet Power, Failing Mm
ory. Vr as line Diseaaea. and all effects of adf
abuse or escrso ana IndiaerFtioo. - Warda oST
ba sanity and consumption. Insist oa bavins;
VITALIS, do otber. Can bo carried la vest
pocket. By snail. l.ae tt packaco. or eiz for
a.oo, was a pat una wncasa aasaassa aa ea
r rtlaad the anaey. C'rct lar Irs. Addrei
CAIXMET Ullil COaVASI. CaJraca, iU.
Fsraala at Bock Island by Uarper Bouao Phar
anarp aa4 WtlHaaa Clsadsara. DraawisC Mottao.
care lor aep.
avessed and retnfnl veimrrna
for oil feaaaie trrarslaritsns.
leS mttk m. ttaMM a
a? X0" Bend a c .t.aip for pw.
J tteuearaaad -iuMoforLadiea.
is' toasaa cm kwvtBw Ska Ssyal
imjUtSS?"1 "aaa V?
- For sssa by Barta nkateyer." atil S tb str.
"V aasC.-r- Missal, i
y -i -iasi sj i i ir
J E. Montrose,
Tuesday, Feb. 5.
The World's Greatest Come-'
dians and Producers,
The Gormans, JJtSffio
Late of Gorxan'a If iastrels, ta the
An Excellent Company of Come
dians, singers ana rret
Prices Q, 59 and ts cents.
j. iv saonrrose, xaaagat.
Saturday, February 9.
I Left Behind Me
Under Direction of Charles
Frohman. A thrilling and
romantic military story with
Trice i 5, 75c and (1.00
Bcrtis Opera Hera,
Saturday Evening, Feb. 9.
The Whitney Opera Co.
Presenting that most brilliantly success
ful, ever ouanniss; and delightful
romantic comic opera.
Br De Koven & Smith,
Authors of 'Bobtn Hood," -Hob Roy," etc
An the Scenery la S peel a !
A ae costume are Magnificent!
Superbly Picturesque Effeeia!
Unequalled in Melody. Unrivaled la
ComMiy. Supreme in Its Splendid At
tractiveness. Not for.ettias;
TBS Fivoors xastzs ciossstsa.
Seats at Flake's Wednesdav mornlna'. Tel. 0.
Prices-eiJM). $1.00, 75c and S0c. Tickets are lim
it 1 to 8 to one party. Free list suspended.
State Savings Bank,
Moline, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Sayings Bank
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Organised under State laws.
Open from 9 a. m. to S p. m., and
wiedneeday and Satarday Bights from
PoBTie Skijixtk, - President
Hntaw Dabuho, Vice President
C F Er.B-BwT, . - Cashier
Pobtsb SKnnTEB, Hibam DABxmo,
B H Aibswobth, Gso B Xdwabds,
C F Bbhebwat, C A Boss,
C B Aibswobth, W B
W W Wills.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
(or private partiea ta the
apot of the weat by tas
Orchard State Bant
at OtaCBABD, BXBBA8KA.
B. W.lUav, rrealdeBt.
1. 8. Dan Cashier.
BDtcbe'.l A Lyade, Bankers,
i. t. Bobmson, casniat Bock Island' national
C C Carter. 31. T.
Qoarr Dart's bote, Wholesale S roars.
ajanawuy aa aervows oissoaaa. seeh as Weak
Measory. Loss of Brain Power. Iteadaeho. Wafta
SSST"! . rnohUy ralMon aval
'ga.napoaeneveoa waaaina; Siaaasss eaeeed a?
reeaasanss oswo sr omweeoaa. Contalaa sa
epkaasa. Is a sans Sawae mm UmSSmStmSi
MaM the sailo aad away strews aad plamalsllv
10 veaaaaesaa. mt peraoz: foraaS. St.
tl nfuiML VM. mm
inoiain wraawei. whiea
aatala aneTo neaal rseveaeea.
SO LB l! ROCK IBLAItD. HU. Bl BAKTZ
CmHYEK, SM Uth ST. ' "
THX TRAVELESS1 GUIDK.
1 'hicaoo, boob iaxAjrD riomo
aflaas Bauut eoiaat
TkMrarat rost, Frank B. 1
Denver Laasltad Oaaaha.
ft Wort,, Dwave, ilc.
Oaaaha Dea Moinee
tuaaaha Kaaoas City
Omaha Dee Homes Ex..
(Omaha Dea Moines Ex.
Denver, ijacobi Omaha..
8b rani Mtnneepol-e....
St, Faal Mlaneapolta...
Denvw, Fa. Worth K. C.
t S:s s
t 8:10 am
til :10 pm
tSanaaa City Bu Joseph.
tBoch Islaad a Washinaui
AmvsL v Departure. tDaUr.s
All others dally. TelepsKw lflbs.
DTJBLTBGTOII botjte c B.
m way wepo nm aa
attaoi. M. t. Touna, agent.
SV Loala Exprem s Si am
ov. ijobis Bxpreea T:apm
Saerling. Dubuque a St. Faal t SM0 pm
a 7.-SS am
Sterling. Dubuque m tPanr 7:86 a
Dallr. tPaHy except Sunday.
fHTCAOO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL
Railway Ractna m ooathwestora Dtvaxioo
Depot Twentieth street, between first and
Second avennea, E. D. W. Bolmes, Aawat.
Mail and Bxnreas..
St. Paul Expraas..
Dock Islaitd Peokia Railway
. Depot First Avenao aad Twaadeth street.
F. A. Boekwall, Acenu
Past KaU lxprem.....,
Peoria Wav Freight
Cable (via Sberrard) Ac..
Cable Accommodation ..
DcRLisoTO. Cedar Rapids
ItortherB Pall wav. denot foot of Bradv
street, Davenport, J as. Morton, dea. Tk't m
Pass. A rent.
Weat Liberty Trains
b7 :10 am
s Daily. DUauy exceot sunaay. tUoias north.
t.- South and east. bs. IB runs beti
uaoa, Kspida ana west uneity.
Effective Dec. 21. We offer to the
public best passenger service to
above points as follows:
Lv Rock Island,. ....8:06 am 1:48pm 1:45pm
Ar Peoria 11 :S0 a m tM p m 5rt8 p m
Lv Peoria ISABpm 6:10 pm 8:16 pm
At BpringSeld 1:10pm 8:4Spm 1:16am
Ar St. Louis 7:10 p m 6:50 a m
Ar Jacksonville.... 8:E5pm
Passengers have ample time to pro
cure Dinner or Lunch at Peoria
Lv St. Louis - 7:46 a m
Lv Springfield 11 AO a at
Lv Jacksonville 7:40 am
Ar Bock Island 1:50pm
Gen. Ticket Agent,
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Bock Island, 111.
Who does not wane
her washing done in
the shortest time and
neatest way is hard
to t find. Those who
Get the best results,
because it is made
from such materials
that it cannot injure
the most delicate fab
ric and will save time
Follow them and you
will find you have
struck a good thing.
ass? mVxz jSLLxm tas soap
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and
removes grease, paint
Warnock & Rclcten
Soap Makers, Bock Island.
b no doubt great : but what the
n sTiould know, n that the time
T it, the tire oT it. and the' cost
of itcan all be greatly reduced by
Santa Claus Soap.
Tit uvriinnivY rffraiirv.--
kr I lab lUVJAlIUllal lAl iTAH
HEATING AND VEHTILATIHQ EMQ1KEEKS.
HAVE YOU SEEM
THE : CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Beater, and judge its
merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea
son, and more going. Call for descrip
H2 and 114 W. 17th street.
FaVRM, SPRING and
A full and eomolete line of Platform end other Spring Wagons, espneiall ariapte lo the
Western trade, of ruiierlorworknian.liln an1 fln'sh. Iilusiratrd 1'rtce List
free on appUeaUoa. 6ea the aULIXI WAaOX before parchaslng.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 f ECOID AYECDE.
Opera House Jloon
J0H9 SCHAFEr. Pr rr o-.
1S01 8oed ATenue, Coraor of aizaenUi ilrort, . Op; e 4te H.rptrs Tl s its
The choicest Wine, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on hand
Frea Lancfe evarj aaj.
1 JlrrT-jg J
B I ael " zl
DIGS Ml FAIL EOOliS
CAE BE IEEE AT
E. F. DORN,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 8COND AVE
Harper Hones Block
Saadwicaot f arakdwd oa inort aitleo.