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THE- ARQTJg, BATUKDAY, JANUARY 9 1897.
liijg the Stomachs andBawels of
Promote s Digeslion,Cheerful -ness
and Rest.Contains neither
Opium, Morphine norMineraL
flqnfisd Juotr .
A perfect Remedy forConsIipa
tion. Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish
VacSiinile Signature of
V NEW YORK.
(exact copy-or wrappeb.
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trick t:. nlnk
patient Mr i
ufuid the in
for aale In Koca bland. 111,. by Harti A CllemaTerTdrnf cn.
Keprepontlnir, amoog ether time
tried and well known Klre Insur
ance Com pauics the following:
Rochester German Ins Co.
Weetheater Vlrs . ,
Buiuio Oanaaa ..
Serine Cn Ion " .
New I-, i v.- Mre " ..
Rochester, l 1
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Office corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
J M. BUFORD.
The eld "ire and Time-tried
Loises Promptly Paid
R;ot as low ac lj lammm company can afore
Hour purees It wliciflod.
are the most fatal of 3
FOLEY'! KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED retried)
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physiciant
as the best for Kidney and
Bladder troubles. r
: soc. f!.a
Bold by M. F BahxBen.
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315 net ec'.I la, bulk. Ecs't allow anyone to Mil
Iyja anyttag else on the flea or premiss that it
ii "jest as good" and "will answer every pur
pose." Av Sea that you get C-A-S-T-O-B-I-A.
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Nose, Throat, Lungs,
- Stomach, Skin and Biocd.
Rupture cured without ess
BOOMS 36 and 87, MoManna
Building, corner Second
and Main streets, Davenport.
9 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 5
p. m. Evenings, Wednes
days and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.
m. Snndays, 2 to 3 p. m.
KIT'S ORE AW BALM liawltliB
Apply into the noMrila, It Is quickly absorbed. 50
rente at Irnrit or hi mail ; samples lac br mai!.
ELY BhoTHEKS, S6 Warren St., New York City.
You've Been Robbed
of Ftrrnirth, vit.ility Bad enenCT. Yitrr
dearest wishta recover these power.
will d.-. the wr-fc. They feed the brata and T
nerve-. cond rrn lifr ,1 k1 .ndinn thro' T
jro r ve:aslrT.5th.r. and nourish ti e en
tire body. 7er , i. . e'i draim forrvrr.
$1.00 fer Sex
6 Boxes, S5.0W. Z
mony th t- rry $r order,
Firaal by a. J. Keia and Otto Grctjea, ciraf
ClU. Rock Island
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Work with ladies, pleasant and vary DnAtaMe
Book Ft. C. C. ckbaei, Qeaaha, ifenT
THE PER SIDE OF UTE
A Connecticut Town Goes Crazy
Over Cocaine Snuff.
THE LITTLE GIRL A5D THE BEAR.
She Carried a Pot of Honey and Pat Brain
to Flight With Her I mbrelU A Man
Invent a Machine to Tarn Him Over la
Bed A Woman Highwayman.
The cocaine habit has taken possession
of the villapeof iouth Manchester, Conn..
In a manner that is amazing and unprece
dented, at least in the land ol steady habits.
A stranger going to the pretty little place
on an electric car from Hartford will first
ee the conductor or motornian take ont a
bottle, shake a white powder in his palm
and then snuff it with intense satisfaction
and a long drawn sigh cf relief. In the
street every other man or boy is using the
stuff. .Strangers will step each other at
the corners and ask, "Can you give me a
pinc'ir" The question is readily under
stood and the bottle of snuff is forthcom
ing. The worst victims of the habit are the
h ii Del red a of employees of all ages of Cheney
Pros.' great silk mills. It is even more
common than the toliacco habit. When a
man or boy gets out of the snuff, he goes
around until he can ''raise, a pinch" from
some one else. If none is to be had, ho
runs to the nearest druggist.
One clerk said: "Why, they come inhere
at all hours of tho day and say, 'Give me
some of that snuff quick; got to have it. '
They act half crazy in their hurry and
J greed. But
n i i . t
i it n u imi t
the worst of
i t . They
como to my
I am asleep
go to the
so in , times
apolog i ze ,
"CAK YOU GIVE ME A PIXCH?" die. If w0
won't go to the store for them, they say
they will bo compelled to break in and
steal it, and I know they would. They
havo no control over themselves. They
can:iot sleep, and they don't know what
they are about much of the time. "
As ho spoke a once sturdy niechanlo en
tered, and shuffling up to the counter
whined out his request for an ounce of the
snuff. His eyes were sunken and blood
shot, his frame was bent, and his hand
trembled. The victims are noticeable on
tho streets because of their pallor, their
watery cyei and their general appearance
The rases of the boys are specially pitiful.
One of them, 13 years old, was seized with
a fit in Haves' temperance saloon the other
day as a result of indulgence in the drug,
and doctors had to be summoned.
The doctors say thnt this cocaine habit
is becoming much worse than that of liq
uor. Once a man or boy gets the appetite
there seems to be no such thing as curing
him. Ihese doctors have studied over the
matter and have prescribed in vain.
"Wo have had the epidemic only a few
months." said one physician, "so that we
cannot judge as yet what the final effect
will be, ban I should say it would be hyste
ria, insanity and paresis, with slow death.
The victims cannot sleep, and uuques:
tionably their moral perceptions are fear
fully blunted. The craze is as common
among boys as among men. Something
must be done. I confess I cannot say
Llnto Frightened the Bear.
Twelve-year-old I.lzzio Perkins of Still
water, X. Y., has suddenly acquired local
fame. Like many other children who were
born and reared in tiie Adirondack. Lizzie
is not afraid of bears unless the animals
become threatening. On m re-than one oc
casion Lizzie has come aero bears when
playing, but never until the other day was
sho molested by one. It happened that Liz
zie was on her way from the house of a
distant relative to her own home. Lizzie
carried a pot cf honey under one arm and
an umbrella under the other.
As is well known, bears posses an al
most unconquerable liking for honey. They
love honey almost as much as they do life
and will run risks to get their paws in the
sweet stuff. Bruin came ambling awk
wardly after Lizzie. The child had no
thoughfof bears, and it was not until sho
beard a snort at her elbow that she turned
and saw the black bear. There was noth
ing particularly ferocious lor king about
tho animal. As Lizzie turned around the
bear stumbled backward much after the
fashion of a clumsy Newfoundland dog.
Then it sat up on its haunches and eyed
It did not take Lizzie long to guess that
the bear was after the honey. .She knew
bear 's claws
kind of a
'carefully LIZZIE at the bear
! placed the pot of honey on tbe ground.
Then she opened the umbrella, and with
a snrill cry darted at the bear, waving her
; unique weapon In the most threatening
' manner. The bear, taken by surprise.
: tumbled over backward, and then, ac ram
bling to his feet, fled ingloriously up the
trail. Lizzie picked up her pot of honey
and started home. Soon she saw the bear
jogging after her. She again opened the
umbrella and resorted to the same tactics
! as before. Again the bear ran away, this
time for good.
A Woman High wnymna.
Citizens of Killingworth. Ornn.. areer
eited over several bold highway robberiea
that baatakan placcon the old stage road
In their descriptions of the road agent.
They esy she is a tall, heavily built wom
an, closely veiled. Some think tbe robber
la a man who has adopted feminine ap
parel asamencsof disguising bis identity.
Charles Johnson, a charcoal burner, and
his wife were driving home one night from
Clinton, where they had been buying
Christina gifts. As they were passing
Ivy swamp, a dreary stretch, a woman
slipped out from the underbrush, seized
the horse by the head and Brought It to a
etnadMill. She pointed a revolver at John
son and told him to throw nut his bundles.
"Be quick, or I'll shoot'" she said, and
the man says he believed she meant it
bled out the V . ' '. ...
aw .V. --.J' Tf.
came up be-
side the I9
weapon lev- d
e 1 ed a t
Johns o n ' s
dema n d e d
thnt all he
had was one
she told him
to drivo on. "BE QCICK, OR I'LL SHOOTP'
Johnson and his wife are confident that
the jierson who robbed them was a woman
and declare that the voice was certainly
A few nights later Alf Whitman was re
turning home from a visit to Clinton and
was accosted by a veiled woman at nearly
the same point in tho mod where Johnson
was held up. She pointed a pistol at him
and demanded money, but Whitman struck
his horse sharply and took his chances.
The animal sprang off on a run, and Whlt
uiun bent low in IiIh buggy, expecting to
hear the whistle of a pistol ball. But tbe
woman didn't shoot.
Man Caught la a Tree Trunk.
Allen Mclran, a traveling salesman for
a New York dry goods house, had a re
marka'ilo adventure while hunting near
Anaconda, Mon. He was overtaken by a
storm, and. seeking shelter in the wois,
he came to a large hollow tree trunk.
Lighting a match, he inspected the inte
rior, and then, pushing his gun before him,
crawled in. It was close ri mrters, and he
found that after he was once in he could
not move or turn over. But in front of his
face was n hole that evidently once had
been the socket of a branch, but was now
simply an oponing. This, he thought,
would allow a breathing space. The rain
continued to fall, and his position became
cramped. Ae no wagon appeared on tho
road, he concluded to get out and start for
home. He tried to retreat, but found that
the end which lie had entered and which
lay nxpesed to rain had swollen, and exit
He kicked and stamped, but made no
impression on the tree trunk, and was
obliged to give up with a groan of despair.
As he lay thero he felt a drop of water on
his forehead. It had fallen through the
opening from the limb above. Soon there
was another, and then there was n drop,
drop, upon his exposed head. It did not
seem to increase or diminish. At first he
gave it no attention other than to think it
an anxsoanforta ble predicament, but soon
the monotonous dropping causod a numb
ing sensat' Ui of the ekin. This was fol
lowed by an aching that seemed to spread
rapidly to nil parts of his body.
In vain he struggled to turn over or re
lieve his position. The wet timber held
him fast He tried to raise his hands to
his head, but this was Impossible. Tbe
drop, drop, of the water insldeand out was
tho only sound that broke the stillness. He
could not rid himself of tbe delusion that
an imp with a redhot poker was Uirtng a
bole in his brain. In his agory he shrieked
aloud. He struggled and bit the bark In
front of his fnce.
With an effort to tree himself and realiz
ing that he was going mad. I e gnvea long
shout, and all was 1 l.-n.lc Wi-.i-n In? recov
ered consciousness, be lay on the Imvea
beside tho mnd. and n farmer stood over
him. "I hcerd ye a-yellin," be said, ' and
come and pulled ye out."
Marhlue That Rolls the sleeper.
Walter Hyde of Alameda. Cal. Is a real
genius. He 1ms invented a contrivance
him over in
B y d o re
winds up a
tachod t n
his bed. and
reg u 1 a r I y
twisted in Walter HrbE.
such a manner rr to cause the oceupant to
roll over. Mr. Hyde Is a man of adraneed
ago and does not enjoy tho lies' of health.
His greatest physical inconvenience has
beennn incomplete circulation of the blood,
causing sleeplessness. If be remains in one
position for any length of time, a mild
form of paralysis follows and sb'cp teomee
hopoless. Being somewhat of a mechanical
torn of mind. Mr. Hyde concl tided t ex
periment. The result of his tinkering and
thinking is the mechanical contrivance
which hourly turns hltn over without
nwnkening him, from hi slumbers, and
which he says works so charmingly that
his paralysis with aeonmpnnying sleepless
ness is a thing of the past. '1 ne frame on
which the mattress rests hans from the
twdstead by meane of pinions, one at the
head and the other at the fort. 1 he frame
j is kept in position by lieing secured at the
ides to n clocklike apparatus, with cogs
; and levers to tilt the mattfe" frame, the
f motion of the roekinc being governed by
; tbe clock and spring apparatus The tilt
, ing of the frame Is so nlorly graduated
, that the sleeper Is nncontciuua of tbe
; change, but continues undisturbed In bis
night 's sleep, as the mechanism attached
' to the frame automatically cingea hie
poaUein during Sal boar to the right ur tbe
left side. . the case may be.
Hame For Theater Hat Wearers.
I "Hatwife" is proposed in London, after
the nnalogy cf housewife and fishwife, to
designate a woman who persists In wear
. Ing big hats to tbe theater.
Murder Laws la China.
Ia China the men who lues new res the
acatw of a murder ti aeLanud of tbe crime.
ana ne must prove hie- tnsocunos or
.3H i V '
OFPICER8 ARE IN8TALLED.
Last evening Rock Island lodge So,
Mystic Workers of tbe World, in
stalled its new officer as follow-
Master J. J. Ingram.
Vie Master-Charles Miller.
Secretary C. E. Davis.
Banker Herman Detien.
Attorney Frank H. kellr.
Conductor G. Bergs to a.
Sentinel R. C. Reeve.
Picket Harry Coyne.
Manaeer G. U Sebmid. for three
years: H. A. McDjnald, two rears
c. Johnson, one rear.
Physician Dr.'E. M. Sala.
Watch Tawer t amp.
Watch Tower camp S627. M. W.
A., of Sears, had its installation
Thursday evening, the ceremonies
being followed by an oyster supper.
The following new oiiicers were in
stalled: V. C W. O. Smith.
Adriser Herman Senate.
Clerk C. H. Hayes.
Escort John La'r'ranz.
Banker Frank Fitzpatrick.
Managers lien Dunlan. William
Scbave and Ernest Smith.
W atchman Dudley Devoe.
Sentry Peter La Franz.
Delegate L. K. Wiiherell.
A STITCH IN TIME.
If your kidneys arc diseased, slug
gish or weak:
If yonr back aches.
If your blood is full of uric acid
and rheumatic pains
hang about yon :
If the germs of
Malaria are in your
If vour blood is
s. clogged with pois
I on and impurities:
-ixi.iajan.iLa ii your Diauder is
weak, inflamed or diseased.
Or. Hobbs' Sparagus Kidney
for they soothe, heal and strengthen
lbey prevent Brigbt'e Disease.
They cure Diabetes and Dropsy.
They di.-splve (iravel and brick
lust deposits in the urine.
Ther filter uric acid. Malaria and
other pois:ms out of the blood.
Ihevcun Kheumatistu, Neuralgia
and the like.
Ther cure backache, and all kid
ney and bladder troubles.
They make pure, rich blood rich
blocd means health.
-They Foaseas a Surprising Hauling
Chicago, 111.. Nor. 29. l9ft.
Through these lines would state
that I hare used Hobbs' Sparagus
Kidney Pills in my family with the
verr best results. Thev possess a
urprising healing power! and where
medical aid was out of the tiuestion.
Dr. H ;.'' Sparsgus Kidney Pills
have cured me and my family. I
caonot praise them and recommend
them enough. They give strength
and life, and produce a healthy com
plexion. mm Tiiif.max, 226 Boswortb At.
Fnr Sal- Mr
T. H. THOMAS. DRUGGIST,
Car. f Ave and 17th St., Rscs Utaad. Ills..
In hurlrr'i fori rail.
George Du Mauricr's last rxirtrait of
biniM If pi- tun d a man faintly r - m
blma the author of "Trilbr" and nm.
Tided with the wings of an ang 1 and
the tail und hoofs of smiLilitM la
Over it he wrote: "Some seem to think
be n gi,t wine like an ang I ; some,
that he's cot a rloTon foot Slid a 1. - t . 1
tail. He is qui to an ordinary little man.
1 a-n;re you.
A Taiwan P
Editor Morrison, of the Worthing
ton, Ind., Sun, write: "Ton hare a
valuable prescription in Electric
Bitters, and I can cheerfully recom
mend it for constipatioa and sick
headache, and as a general system
tonic it has no enual." Mrs. Annie
Stehle. 2625 Cottaee Grove avenue.
Chicago, was all run down, could
not eat nor digest food, hacj a back
ache which never left her and fait
tired and weary, but six bottles of
Electric Bitters restored her health
and renewed her strength. Price 60
cents and tl. Get a bottle at Hart
& Ullcmeyer 'a drug store.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the
most wonderful medical discoverT of
tbe age. pleasant and refreshing' to
the taste, act gently and positively
on the bowels, cleansinir the entire
system, dispel cold, cure headache.
fever, habitual oonctlpatlon and bil
iousness. Please bur and trv a box
of C. C. C. today: 10. 25. V cent.
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia cures In 1 to S days.
Its action upon the system ta re
markable and mysterious. It re
moves at onoe tne eauaa, and tbe
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly relieves, 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rck
Island, and ..us bchlewcl a Bon. 22
Weet Second street, Ia vest port.
Cough Syrup wherever Introduced is
considered the moet plemaant and ef
fective remedy for all tbrost and
long complaints. It ia tbe on.
prominent cougb medicine that con
tains no opiates and that can afeiv
be given to children. Sold by M. F.
Cascarets stimulate liver.
aad bowels Never sicken.
stats of Jsne. w. Dyer.
The asdersIrT saying hesa epaoiaSsS adavh
1st rater of the estate of Jaaies W. Prer. 1st of
the cos:, y of ttoca Msnd, .late of nitr.cn, de
ceased, hereby rreas ' ' nut: he w " sm- sr
before tr.e c uuty eoort of Rack lelsnd coun
ty, at the oSVer of ths clerk of xdd court, ha
the city of K- k Island, at the March term, cm
the am Moouay la Mrca. Dart, si which ttn
all person bsnas elahas agatest saM es
tate are notltsd sad rsoseeted to sttena for ta
parnosr of barm tho sent adJaeasS.
All peron tuoebtsd ta said estate are tneaast
sd to make IsinrHsni payment le the aaaer
Da'ed to! J" us day of TVecrmber. A. O. IS.
J W tsisa. Administrator
Notice of Application for Sale of Real
Estate of Minors.
To sll pereoB wtiom it any concern I
N ' 1 her by riven, that th
Andrew W. M -r,.,nr . ffasrdlso of Rettl K
rCoontl'. Lasr K. y i.t : Xtaa B Br
3cnrli sod liart ry S ate oanell. alt is, will
ace appn- to tbe rotin eoan of Kork
l-is-.n ronr.-y. a regular tt m thereof, to hi
held at lbs conn house a tbe city n( Kara Island
In said (xisaty. o tbe f.rt Monday of rebrnsr
A. D. IS;, belt:; -net- day thereof, for an order
and Secret' of ssia court, d r '-. - y hiss a said
gnaoiian. to eii tne iniiownn.- real e.tair
lore nr 1 ain minor, or a. mt:rti tiirrror a
shall sseai tiss d court ti the lnte'et of ald
minor. ltuateii in Shs county of stock Iiand,
an 1 .iau- 01 iiiiuoi t kwii I'tH- unm ided of..
twrlfib illt; if tbe following d.-venbrd
r, ai estate to-wti . The w, ooe-aalf , y of tbe
normve: tjsartrr t of rctioe eurtren ! .
and tie eat one-half ( of tbs nnnbaast ouar
t- r ( V of section fevrtitees (Kl. all la townah-.p
.inan nonu iiDr iw, ,zt. wen r ta
fourth 4thi pr arlpal m rtotat. oootsliilus on
huadtsd and sixty (I6i arrc.
a m W. V ;' v r :..
flusralsn of ald minors
Jicssoa A Bessy. Atlorosye.
Aftornays at Law.)
Office hi Rock Isiead national bank bcUdlae.
s a swaawsv
Attorneys and Counoellors at Law
Attorney at Law.
Local linslasss of all fctea proapfjy
a. awaasw aiisaiisi ox
flies, roamlai b. ri
Attorneys at Law.
Dr. f. D. TJ:
Off ra. nana SI. Whitaker :
and Beady susat. Davenport
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only
OAVa, WattUhar B nrt, eoutkwssl cirnar Tain
sad awady sussts. asssniy sane, aVooras r
anolS. Boars: to It a. fau. ISMp.av.
Physician and Surgeon.
Bce hour. 11 to i.' a. at : t to a. at., and at
1 ;tV. ptf:a' atf ttnn r'et to dasasi of
"urn, otes'ta. t'rioary organs and lnes of
worr.ee Hi Brady street. Dsyetort.
Architects aad Superintendents
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trains to prtBoipls -it las
Oba. Ttoket Agaat.
For cbeepnaa. darabUlty aad
.: y exoelled by aoae This
stone doaa not wash or oolor the
wall with alkali, etc. Pleas aaat
no for estimate will
cr f nl attemtlon aad be
promptly at our ex penes
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Island oa tbe C. H A g ii B.
Train Noe. A aad 10 will atop
and let visitor off and os.
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Saxcp.es of Stone
Kutldlaws oaa be earn at ftoom
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gripe; 10 aas.es.