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THE AttGUa SATURDAY. APHLL 6, 1895
TOLD ABOUT TOWN.
B. o. ooaanixY.
a. . caarzu.Y-
Cannelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
, mi muttu 4 Lraee
Jackson Ac Hum.
Attorney at Lew.
OaVe la Book Island national Beak boiMtag.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law
Office la Bengstoa Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Le-al mulaeas of all kind promptly ttn1
to. State's attorney of Hock Island coaatv
Oflce. roetotlee Block.
MoKnlry Ac McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa money oa rood eeearttv; maee eoDse-
ooos. Keferenoe. Mlill Lf
Ones. Fostoaoe Bloak.
Drack ic Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Roma T M f! A Bnlldlne, cor TUird arcane
and Nineteenth stre.t.
Edward S. Haxcmatt,
H Whltak-r bniUlng, - PaTtnvort, la.
Geo. P. Btaudonar.
Plana aad eapertnteudeBra for all claae of
Bntldwta. Rmme W ud S5, MNckall Lrad
Balldina. Take eleati.
W. A. Darling,
Boom 4. Mitchell Ljnde'e building.
R. M. Pearce,
Rooms t sad SI la Mitchell ft Lyadel ae
BaUdlnc. Take elerator
Dr. B. G. Miller,
Oyer 10 ycir experience. Mlkm marrclnna
caret In Acute and Chronic disease. RnruaiTica
and Smnii-uiA lnclodc-d. office 1SCS Second ar
Office honra t a. m. to p. m.
Dr. Cbas. M. Robertson.
Eye, Ear, Nob and Throat .Only.
Office, Whlttaker Block, aoethweet comer
Third aad Brady atresia. Davenport. Iowa
Boom VT and 18. Honrs: 1 toll a. a., 1 fit p. m.
j. a. mumca, a. c
a. a. BAjm. a. a
D. Barth & Hollowbtwh,
Physicians and Surgeon.
iySKe SPSMrd at. Telaunwc I'".
avMldaace TSI Stat .
1 to g and 7 w f p, t- ,
t to and " to s Km.
l o o o
A O O O O O
1S end 215 West Second Street,
High Class Seeds
Of all kinds suitable for the
most critical market Gar-
eners and Truckers.
CLOVER and GRASS
Seeds of all kinds.
We carsy a complete Stock
of tho Celebrated
rLANET. JR." TOOLS.
Send for Catalogue wholc
Wholesale Daalat aad Importer af
Wines and Liquors.
MIC and IMS Third Ae-
alarlr.aiTiaaUaaateaaad rial adriem. Or-
Hn rceid ea ana at aeat manriae. Oar
book. - SearalerJoa. r Ha a Trade. ami lee
oewHaar la. ee aa. TaM WUiKIJE
a U lii k aata MaS llidiM la aalta treat
Brines comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lets expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the ralne to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figa
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation.
it baa given satuiiaction to millions ana
act with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys. Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
syrup of t irs is for sale by ail arug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
packajre, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you alii not
accept any substitute it onerea.
7 Per Cent Loans.
as sirs as
The following is a partial
list of completed gilt-edged
first mortgage loans on hand,
which we offer for sale, sub
ject to previous selections,
for their face and accrued
interest. These loans have
been carefully selected by
ns. and are first-class in
every respect. They are all
7 peb cent net to the inves
tor. We have many other
loans to offer, if these ate
not in amounts to suit ti e
The securities we offer are
especially adapted for the
investment of savings and
trust funds, as oar personal
attention to all the details of
the loan, from its date to its
maturity, relieves the hold
er from all annoyance except
to present nig coupon to as
for collection. For farther
information call at the of
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. r. BOTH, guuc Loan Department.
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Red Stone Co., also to Furst
Sea & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR FORT
AGE RED. BROWS
AND VARIEGATED SASD
Security Building. Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
varara tn nart pajinetrt 1
btcTQtok WMcTh Ve tend
woAcVnevmxa Ust been
forahlcb irrskd Acue
tbMs on aiauiviiL No
Young Ladies "SlLTiSS
tTbnrsorjrMs applr tferr aniet be eeU racom
iiaHul Write luc pantralara.
ACME CYCLE COJ1PANY,
OMl8omafrenitB mtvba 1
jatttatf Write jPoojk B ma Sir CNamaiWji-
Waa Farced 1
She strolled back and forward in
front of a business bouse several
times, and to - the casual observer
was apparently passing the time in.
haling the evening's atmosphere,
while a friend was performing a mis
sion within. But, nay she was
awaiting an opportunity to consult
one of the proprietors of a shoe store.
tin ally sne entered toe store, which
was pretty mucn niled with cus
tomers, who were receiving the at
tention of the man she desired to see.
An opportunity finally presented it
self. She smiled pleasantly; SO did
he. They were evidently ac
quainted. '1 would like to see a pair 01
shoes," she began.
lie glanced along tnex female foot
wear department and palled down a
pair that he thought would j'ist
about strike her; cost, 4. They did
not suit her fancy and she waa not
particular regarding the financial
"Let me look at something bet
ter,'" she replied, handing the mer
chant his l shoe.
He scanned the shelves again.
bringingout a $6 patent-leather, with
wnicb sne was pleased, bbe bt one
on; it was comfortable.
'I guess I'll try on the left one.
too." she continued, intimating that
her feet were not identical in propor
They fit nicely; there was no use
in removing them again; she would
Arising and looking the proprietor
square in the face with a grin of sat
isfaction, the woman thnsi liqudat
ed for her purchase: "Well, that
makes as about square," and depart
ed without explanations. The shoe
man was stunned; be was speecbless.
His countenance turned about three
colors: he watched her until she van
ished from view, gave bis mustache
a couple of pulls, and proceeded in
bis customary capacity witnoat ot
tering a syllable of enlightenment to
those whose cur'.ositv was considera
bly disturbed at the woman's pointed
remark, which was delivered in anr
thing but an undertone.
A Fake Eaaageaaeat.
A grocery man is responsible for a
misunderstanding between a Kock
Island voung lady and a Moune gen
tleman friend, having made an en
gagement with her by telephone for
tbe purpose ol piaving a joke on ber
and he did it to perfection, as
the Molineite is held to account for a
J he otber aiternoon she came into
his place of businet-s. Being a fre
quent caller, she is familiar with
everybody connected with the store.
She has a gentleman friend in Mo
line, and was told that he had been
making inquiries abont her by tele
phone, evidently desiring to make an
engagement at least she was made
to believe such wss tbe case, lhe
groceryman winked at the fellow be
hind the counter, stepped out to ah
adjoining store, called up his num
ber ana asxea 11 me young iaay was
Hello! is this drug store,
Moline?" she interrogated.
It was, so the cunning groceryman
"You was? Why I am sorry,
Sure enough you were down last
He told her that he was, and found
her not at home. He wanted to make
an engagement for that evening.
"I am very sorry," was her reply-
but 1 have an appointment tonight
and tomorrow evening, but anr other
time I would be glad to see yon
He asked how Monday evening
would do. It suited her. The fel
low at the other end of the wire said
thev would go buggv riding, too
Buggy riding! You bet!" Then
she eisrcrled and lansrhed, and said
ffood-bve. She had a promise of
hurry ride Monday evening from
her faithful and cenerous Moline
friend. But she is waiting yet
Tbe groceryman came back and
she told him all about the dear tel.
low in Moline, with whom she had
made an engagement.
How are my chances for a position
on the tire department?" asked the
office seeker of the man with a pull
Well, the applications are get'
ting prettv numerous," was the re
ply, "but I guess I can put in a plug
A H amorous Fact
About Hood's Sarsaparilla it expels
bsd humor and creates good humor.
A battle for blood is what Hood's
Sarsaparilla vigorously fights, and it
is always victorious in expelling foal
taints and giving the vital fluid the
quality and quantity of . perfect
health. It cares scrofula, salt
rheum, boils and other blood dis
Hood's pills act easily, yet prompt,
ly and efficiently on the bowels and
liver 2o cents.
Banl Baa Im afkak
It a Rje ae m a Bya," aataraUy npjead aad
free Wrom all foreign saver and adalwraaafaar-
anteaa pars aad ever eleven fears af age. reeeca
ceded to tbe coanoUoear as s mcrttartoas am.
cm worthy af the eanldemw of tavauoa, eoava-
leaeeata aad the acad. See that ear aem
blown la bottle, tl.00 per eaart bottle.
"KOTAL KCBr" POST Will
pare, old aad mellow. Therefore heat idsptid mv
iaeallda, coarnlearaam aad the area. It reel.
Iom vitalltv. c realm atrencth aad appetite, halloa
a the weak and debilitated, (inarm, SI. Ptaia
SB caam. ra ap ea honor aad snaiarrtoed br ,
BOTAL Wnt, CO, CMeaaa.
wr vale atBaraer Benea Pharmacy, and bj
William CleaHr-ata. mottae.
Children Cry for
Jaw a Skoa
Chaaaaa la the Baetc laiaad TV
A new change in train service be
comes effective on the Rock Island
tomorrow. Alterations in east
boand trains changes the de-t
part are of No. 2 to 7:SJ a. m. instead i
of 7:55. while No. 22 Will leave at j
1:45 p. m. instead of 1:50. The ar-
rival of No. 1 from the east
has been changed from 4:25 to
3:30 p. m. in order to make connec-l
tions with the Burlington and Wash-'
ingtoa southwest accommodation, j
which will leave at 3:35 instead of j
3:30 p. m. From here No. 1 will be :
made a fast train, leaving for tbe I
west at 11:15. five minutes after No.
11 going southwest, and reaching
Omaha at 9:30 a. m. instead of 9:50
as heretofore,, when the departing
time was 8:20.
The mail car of No. 1 will be taken
on to West Liberty by No. 19 leaving j
bear at 9 P- m. and detacbed there, '
the main line express reaching here '
at 11:15, taking it on to umaba. .
A New Bead.
Articles of incorporation have been
filed at Davenport as the first legal
step toward the establishment of a
new railroad to that city. For
sometime the gent.emen interested
ia tbe enterprise have been at work
making deals lor the securing ol
right of way and otber priileges,
which could be consummated com
pletely only after the creation of the
body corporate. If the road is built
Davenport will have a direct line to
Chicago several miles shorter than
it now has; also direct routes to
Clinton, Princeton and LeCIaire, and
other roads now unable to get in
there, will reach that city.
Yard master F. W. McKee, of the
Rock Island, is in Kansas Citv.
B. F. Hall, northern passtnger
agent of C & fet. L... was in thl
Engineer Marely is breaking in tbe
315, which has lust arrived from tbe
Chicago repair shops.
Bill Clerk Partridge, of the Mil
wakee, is able to be around, but not
without the assistance of crutches.
Charles W. Zell, division passenger
agent of tbe (jueen a Crescent route.
of Detroit, was a Rock Island caller
The fast mall puller, the 309. Jim
Sbeban's cnnneer, is being over
hauled and repainted at the Rock
Traveling Passenger Agents C. A
Baird, of the Q. & C; J. H. Leahy, of
the C. H. & D. ; E. P. Roland, of the
C. & G. '.; II. B. Jagoe, of the West
Shore; C. W. Humphrey, of the C
& E. I., and W. H. Wishart, of the
Rock Island, had business here this
Death at Coal Taller.
Coal Valley, April 6. Oa the
evening of the 4th about 7 o'clock
Mrs. J. Lyosdied after a protracted
Uness. Sne was tbe mother ol u,
11. Lyons, the ex. postmaster, was a
native of County Down, Ireland, and
was ab iut seventy years of age. Her
husband died over thirty-five years
ago. Sh leaves three sons, who are
all at home: D. H. l.vons. Maxwell
and Joseph. She was a lady of
christian character and greatly at
tached to her home. Ihe funeral
was held at 10 o'clock a. m. today
from the residence. Rev. W. B. Mc
Kee. of Rock Island, officiated.
In the Review of Reviews for April
the editor discusses recent political
events, especially the doings of the
rifty-tbird congress, tbe appoint
ment of delegates to an Internationa
monetarv conference, the election of
U. S. senators by various state legis
lators, the deadlock in Delaware, the
constitutional convention in Utah,
the arguments before tbe supreme
court on the constitutionality of the
postoffice department, and other in
cideuts of the month under review.
Don't fail to see Prof. Ned Parker
in his musical and farce presentation
entertainment at Armory hall for the
next six nights, commencing Wednes
day, April 3, at 7:30 o'clock precise
ly, ana consisting ol comic songs,
with banjo attachments, instrumen
tal music oo he big banjo and little
whistle, and other instrumental and
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders ol tbe Bock Island Sav.
ings bank for the election of nine di
rectors for one vear will be held at
the office of said bank in Rock Island
Ills., Monday, April 8. 1895. Polls
will be open at 10 o'clock a. m. and
closed at 12 noon of said day.
P. Grekkawalt. Cashier.
Rock Island. 111., April 1. 1895.
AtteaapSem Trala Wreckla.
BciLLlos, Wis., April 6 Unknown
persons made an attumpt to wreck the
limited express on tbe Chicago and North
western railway that passe through this
place. Tba would-be wreckers piled ties
ana planks across tbe rails, and bad
not been for an extra freight guing south.
tbe engineer ol which saw tbe obstruc
tion In time to stop, there mould have
been a bad wreck.
Chwlera ha Kaaala.
ST. Peteiisburo, April ft. Between
March 10 aad March Si in tbe province of
Podolia there were eleven casus of cholera
and six deaths from that diet-aso. From
March 10 to March IS tooro were fifty-six
cases ol cholera and four deaths la
province of Volbjraia.
attar htuta Ueeiiwyvd.
AC8C8TA, Wit, April ft. A combus
tion in Ptummer dc finch's roller mills
totally deetruyed tho property, causing a
I loss of J&.'JWJ; Insurance, f ) J,UUU.
Leaf lard at Schroeder's.
C. C. Taylor is convalescing after a
Call and Bee oar Easter novelties
W. Trefs ft Co.
Don't fail to read Jackson A Hurst
ad. if yon have money ta invest.
Have yon seen those late patterns
in summer suitings at J. B. Zlm
mer's? We are showing the finest assort
ment of Easter novelties in the eity
W. Trefa ft Co.
George Lonj left this morning for
Norfolk, Neb., to join his wife and
return home with ber.
The new spring styles are a marvel
of beauty, style and 'perfection both
in men's as well as boys' clothing at
M. ft K's.
Herbert N. Sapp. who is connected
with the press of Ottawa, was among
the delegates to the state cpworth
John Peterson has opened up the
ice cream business in connection
with the bakery and confectonary at
1812 Third avenue.
Street Superintendent Ward this
morning began cleaning the alleys
and requests all people to govern
The Gilfillan Stone company of
R. ck Island, building stonemacad
am and sand, t-pecia! prices to ma
sons. Telephone No. 2168.
Fine residence lots on Twentieth,
Twenty-first and Twenty second
streets for sale on essy terms. See
adv. M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at
Permit M. & K. to show you the
full measure of bargaining given for
meritorious merchandise, with tbe
stamp of reliability on every article
u. & IV.
Every family should have a case
tf Carse ft Ohlweiler's selzer in their
house, especially while oar river
water is in such an impure condi
tion. Telephone 1014.
When vou consider the superiority
in workmanship, style and finish and
tbe ridiculously low prices m. a &
are quoting, there is no excuse for
your going poorly dressed.
Next week being holy week, there
will be services daily at 10 a. m., at
Trinity church and at 7:30 p m., ex
cept Saturday, when the evening ser
vice will he at 4. Un liood triaay
there will be services at 10 a. m
from 12 m. to 3 p. m. and at 7:30 p. m.
Frank Tydyki, a woodchopper,
while passing through Davenport
yesterday on his way from Cad da, la..
where he bad been employed during
tbe winter to be placed in Mercy
hospital, expired suddenly in the J.
M. ft St. P. depot on Front street.
that city. He was 65 years old.
The tiny chinchilla, not more than 12
inches long, with a plump little body on
short, stout Iocs, thrives only in the
tropics. New York's supply of chinchil
la skins comes from Poru and Venezuela
chiefly. Tbe littlo beasts have to be
killed with the utmost precaution not to
injure their fur, that grows on a skin
nearly as tender and soft as a web of
silk. Tbey are not common animals nor
abundant in their South American
haunts, so that a perfect chinchilla skin
when it arrives, customs paid, in the
port of New York, easily fetches 10 or
$13 for its hand's breadth of far. To
keen iu good condition the delicate pelt
and the making up of small bits into
tbe large bumd shaped muffs and circu
lar cape cr'.ars worn this season easily
mako a chinchilla wrap more costly
than ermir.Q cr table. A perfect skin,
not larger than a small pocket handker
chinf, is a revelation in for growth. The
textnre of every hair is finer than floss
silk, the length of it nearly an inch and
the coloring about that of the soft un
dyed .marabout feathers. New York
We keep Parks' Cough Syrup and
we tell everyone it is the best cough
cure we sell. Everybody likes it and
we sell it on a guarantee. Try it for
your cold. Sold by Ilartz ft Ulle-
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guar
anteed to cure piles and constipa
tion, or money refunded. Fifty cents
per box. Send stamp for circular
and free sample to Martin Rudy
Lancaster, Pa. For sale by T. H
Thomas and Harts & Bahnsen, drug
gists. Bock island, ill.
If your Cook leaves
yon, insert a little
ad. in the Intelli
gence Column of
It will find yon a
COLUMBIA LEADS THEZX ALL.
COLUMBIA, OLDEST FACTORY IH THE COTJUTRY.
The Pope Manufacturing Co. compelled all high grade
wheels to come down to their price, $ioo; will also carry
a line of Hartford cycles manufactured by the Pope
Manufacturing Co., and Crescents, made by the Western
Wheel Works the largest wheel factory in the world.
CHAG. rslc HUGH,
1820 Second Avenue, .... Rock Island.
Attend Madame Kellogg's School of Dress
Cutting. No re-fitting. No re-basting.
No paste-board, chart or model, but a
Such as our merchant tailors use. Thorough in
structions given in the art of French Basting,
Boning, Finishing, and Matching Ornamental
Lessons not limited. School open day
Ryan Block, Second Floor, ' Davenport.
Clearing Sale ?H
Mackintoshes, Rubber Cloth
ing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Horse Covers, Buggy Aprons,
Gloves, Mittens, Door Mats,
Matting, Hot Water Bottles,
Bulb and Fountain Syringes,
Bed Pans, Cushions, Sheeting,
A RUl)l)er Store I the place to bay
,plre Rubber Goods.
207 Brady street, Davenport.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. 81 1 Third avenue.
JOBS U. FAKIDO.
piriixiorj a aon
Painters and Decorators
ami a, FAKtDon
CL. EOCX m.mTTP. ZLL.