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prosperity. the country is beiog far-1
I nisnea with ample evidence.
MuM Dally mi Weekly kt IBM Sensed
imu, Bosk Island. HI. SbmnA U thapstt-
mm saieed-clase Skater.
J. K. Poms
TIEUI DaQy, 10 cent per week,
BJI par ansa j la seteaaee tlM.
AUt ItMliMclaoHtwl at
Bee BifuKTi politwa ec isiiftss s.ast have
real mm sataahee lo pehrsauloa. Vo sack
UI m printed ore ScUtioaf slcaeteres.
BBiianmiliBii WiWlwl tnm mq tent kip
hi BMk Island eaty.
The opening article of McClurs's
mntrasine for Oatober describee the
Publisher rounding up of pwt wild elephant
Berri la ttlant. sea lu ckoouar oat
We kiy, land bringing under control of such
members of the held are rcq aired
lor tne royai eiepnsnr. etaoiee. An
other notable article in this namber
is Bernard P. Greatell'e account
of how he and hia associate, A. 8.
tlant. found the lately recovered
manuscript of tbo Savings of
Christ." Illoatrationa from photo
graphs by the author add muoh to
tne interest ot tbo actio e. More
than notable, in this number, is se
ries ot life masks ot Jefferson. John
Adam. Lefaya.te. Charles Carroll
sod Madison, never before published
sod ootil now aearely known to ex
ist. : in reality and vividness they
are truly wonderful; to look upon
thiu is as If one vat face to f see with
the living, speaking man. Thev
were taken about law b the souip
tor, J H. I Broere, who had his
A trolley rine 01 am., niey ue h . mafnees ned.r whloh lh.
SOME SHORT STORIES.
This man conducts e business
house in Hock Island. lie has a
te eohone in the store.
reopie are constantly coming into
tne omcer. -"
She broke out crying again.
ever had one." she eaawered
The chief gave the women severe
reopie are codb.bus.v lecturing, and then let thens go their
the pl.ee and using tne telephone. They learned a lesson they
The proprietor is of nervous tern- ,f. nm .
BAT0BDAT, OCTOBBB t, 1897.
Tu railways of the world carry
over 40.00O.V0O passengers weekly.
Ir the inventor of the fir-t steam
boat lived today . he would change
3ashus, N. H.
The salary of the onsen's ehlefl
butler, who looks after the beer,
wines, end spirits. Is $3,000.
A captive bee. striving to esoapo.
has been made to record as many sa
lA.MO wing strokes per m note in a
Gciss we will have to enjoin the
Fulton people from thinking, much
less tsUla. about the Woodmen
ease. J t is to their own interest
that wo should.
Hixt Tsssdsy Indianapolis elects
a buiiiolpal tlekst, sbd the friends
UP this way of the present mayor,
Thomas Taggsrt. oonfldently hope he
may be ree'eoteu.
were taken, nod ot the hiding ot them
away by the sculptor and their close
concealment ever since, is a most
curious and romsntio one; and it is
very well t.lJ by Charles Henry
Han in connection wttb the re pro
deetiona. Other featurere of the
number are u description of the pro-
morel rainer tnaa pursiest, bv
wbioh, in the late war. bodies ot re
troops were made into actus! sol
diers; e series of picturesque com'
parisons exhibiting the various
points ot gfeatueee in -Greater New
Tors;" and aome excellent short
stories by 'Octave Thseet, Stephen
ursne una otners
-Man and the Machine" is the title
of a striking artiele from the pen of
the Eight Kev. Hmrv C. Potter. D.
U , biahop ot New York. In the
North American Keview for Ootober.
the bishop diacusting, apart from
other things, the tendency of the in.
Tu. mayor ot Ferrera. It.ly. when SSUSS S?"7 a "
.i.i. L.u.a in . ha thiMi I mechBuioBlise the workman. No A.
oeratueut and is eaeilv sgitsted. He
ie wh.t is commonly termed a hot
As much as he disapproved ot the
idea of pKople using Bis telephone.
he could not consistently refuse
them: that is. looking at it from a
fie conceived an idea, tie placed
a ewiica unaer tne counter, ana
when envone came in to talk on bis
machine when be was not feeling in
the b'-at of spirits he would step over
behind the counter and turn on tne
switch. This would prevent the
sound of the man using his 'phone
from leaving the building. The man
would ring and ring, but no answer
would come from the central station.
I eoess vour 'ohone is out of
order." the man at the transmitter
- . .....
I wouldn't wonder." would oetne
curt reply. "Ring 'em again."
And be would ring, out ox course
no answer wool 1 come.
This gsme was worked for quite
while. Finally one day. being no-
abe to get the telephone to worn.
the etoiekeeper came down to the
rentrsl office in a rage. He did not
see wbv he could not get service
when he was paving lor it. tie
tamped around for about five min
utes. Then be left, being assurea
that a man would be up at onoe to
place his telephone iu order.
The I'nemau went up to tne
store and began examining the phone
What are you doing with tbi
switch in here?" the telephone man
-Why I just put it la there for
joke." replied the storekeeper.
wen. tne lose - ie ou you oi
time. This telephone is all right if
you only keep this switch turned
RETURN .OF JAME8 BARD.
D4Msa Iksek M Hie
Mrs. James Bart1, for met ly ot Port
Byron, and bow of Lyons. Iowa, has
had the novel experience of eeeing
tter butbsad. whom sue beuevea
dead, come to life again.
Bsrd disappeared from home Aug.
li last. The description of au uni
dentified body ot a man found in
Chicago answered so closely to that
of her husband that Mrs. Bard Iden
tified the bjdy even to a war scar ou
toe snouiaer. lire it wee net sur
prise when her husband walked into
the house a day or two ago. explain
ing that he had been bridge building
Tipping the Cnrate.
The ever recurrent question of tipping
nas taken cu a new phase, and a curate
has been writing to the papers to com
plain tbst lio is the only person who
get's nothing oat of a trending. Clerk,
verger, pew opener, policeman and all
the rest are "remembered," and the
wedding fee goes to the inccmbent, who
sits at home at ease. It is a little diffi
cult to decide what is the smallest sua
that would cot offend a curate. At any
rate, those about to marry might make
a note of it, and if it is a 5 note all tiio
better for the curate. London World.
Boya aud College. .
If your boy is a $5 boy, it isn't worth
while bestowing a $2,500 college edu
cation upon him. Better keep him on
the farm. The number of boys who go
to college, but who do not acquire a col
lege education, is increasing. Christian
Istlw ABAawBawllAst Kmi at Ka at ia ft 4m
tsrmlned to eonatltuta hie wife den- 0M- he asserts, can fail to perceive
official funotlona with such vigor
and ability that oa the mayor's re
turn be ' discovered that nobody
needed him back.
Tbi goldite editors should Brat ad
dress themselves to this question ad.
vanoed by Mr. Bryan: "Why hat
the federal administration seat
monetary commission to Europe for
the express purpose of arrangiug for
B bimetaliio conference ii tne goia
standard is a good thing r '
Ir Gov. Tanner has run away from
Springfield la order not to bo at
Nashville ou Illinois day. under the
impression that he will be hissed
there as he ws atChioago, he should
be Informed that the southerners
don't his guests, however much they
may net like them St. Louis Re
Tug Fulton people do not seem f o
be able to Bod a j'idge in the district
upon whose esr the story of their
trouble will have any effeot, and
they havs been before all three. But
they still have their master, who.
when it oomes to the exercUe of
brief authority. Is about the biggest
man we know about.
comfort and iexury from the appli
cation ot maohlnery to the at.
Bet the great gain is not without
cost in many ways and ot many
kinds, and to the individual who
works at a handicraft It is real and
Outing for Ootober la filled with
the health and freshness of autumn.
One glance at the nandaome cover,
with the tints or turning leaves, will
whet the iporttman' appetite for the
good thiogs Inaide The contents
includ: "Toe Cyclist's Annual
Frolic," by A. H Godfrey; "The Be
ginnings of Fox Hunting in America,"
bv Hanaon Hit; tout Days on the
Prairie' by Ed W. Sandyn; A Dsy
Ith Uottontaiis." ot Harold A
BOtl; "An Adirondack Buc," by
George Kibert; Football" by Walter
Camp; "Americn Canadian One-
Rater Contests, by John P Koch;
Shsrk rirhing with a Bod," by W.
A. Miens ; Lullsbv Mullen, of
Propbyry Gulch," by Philip V. Mig.
hefa; "In the Teeth of the Mistrsl
Awheel." by Paul E. Jenka: "Inter
national Tennis of, '97." by J. Perm-
It Paret; f-All-Kound Athletio Cham
pionships." by Malcolm W. Ford.
and the usual editorials, poems and
In this eonntrv. It is interesting to I -"" "
know thM the
In Canada, as
been sueoessful since Its inoeption
Last vear its depositors numbered
108.393. aed the depotits aggregated
is.S3,flzB. The expense of band
ling and managing this fund, Includ
ing salaries and all outlays, was only
I&8.840. Evsry Caaadlau postofBoe.
great aad small. Is a bank of deposit.
the minimum Bam being received be
lag 1, aad the maximum 93,000
All funds draw Interest at the rate
of 3 per ocnt.
r.,.t.m f n.t. hlnv. your troublesf If not. get a bottle
ted .to the relief and cure ot all
Female Complaints, exerting a won
derful dlreot inflnenoe in giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
you have lost of appetite, constipa
tion, ncsaacne. -aiming apeus or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choly or troubled with dlixy spells.
Electrio Bitters ts the medicine you
need. Health and strength are guar
anteed by Its use. Large bottles
only aOo at Harts A Ullemeyer's
Tmu-number of failures In the!
uaitea states tor isvr win - amount i uhi mmh mmn mm
to 13,000 aad over at the rata already I ' nr.
reported, for the first ulna months. I : if yuu waut to quit tobacco using
ia toe year iB7i zo years ago id i eaaiiT sua forever, be made well.
total falluree tor the whole year was strong, mtgaetio, full of new life and
I.tli. As late as 1883 to 1883. the! vigor, Use No-To-Bse,. the wonder-
number of f allares teportsd in tome I worker thet makes weak men strong.
of these years for- six months was I Many gain tea pounds In ten dsvs.
leas than those reported for (he third I Over 400.0UO eored. Buy Ro-To-Bao
quarter of this year whloh the gold-1 from your own druggist, who will
ltes deelsre have been months ot I guarantee a euro. Booklets and Sam-
prosperity. Thirty years ago the pies mailed tree. Addrea Sterling
number of failures reported for the I Remedy oompaay. Chicago or New
enure year was sot. u Business I sorb-
fallaree are an evideaoe of goldite I
"P?WS STATS - j n m , . 7
j. As, BMhtarACU tUIWtak, See leA.
I 31 L-ZZZT LmlZZZ.
Mat ISSU !ZmZZZl
BBUUtfrin IBB) rfmw-
Vt rXSSUS. tMJ S- eoad . V
And the licker looked sheepish and
A mid Jle-aged German gentleman
recently sent a telegram from Rock
Island to bis noma lu the fatherland,
apprising his family that he would
leave America at onoe for Europe.
He heaved a sigh as he finished
penning the message. "Been away
from home a long time." be said.
and what is wone, I have not
earned a penny in five years."
What is your businessf" inquired
I am a railroad conductor. 1 am
employed by a railway company In
Uermany. lucre was a pest raging
there, and a number of towns were
quarantined. My train ran into one
of these plsoes. I was warned not
to allow tbe train to pull into the
town. I disobeyed the order, and
was laid eff tor fire years. Now 1
am returning to take baok my old
Ana rsiiroaa men in tnis country
think it a terrible thing to be laio
off 10 days.
The nerviest man who has ap
peered in thee parts for numeroua
moons ' took lodging at the police
station tne otner nignt.
In the morning when he arcse he
was handed a broom and instructed
to do the set" ss they call it at
headquarters that is, sweep out the
station. ue registered no com
plaint, and did a very good job.
when he had finished, he made his
toilet, and then walked up to the
deik sergeant and tapped him on the
Say, partner," he began, I'm
froke, and I'd like to have th price
of a little something to eat. If
you cannot spare anything larger
wny a nickel wui do."
ihe desk sergeant could not do
anything but laugh.
it is unnecessary to say that .the
hobo did not get the "price "
it is nutning unusual lor a private
citizen to be touched, bat to think
01 tne nerve it requires to Draco a
Tne address of the hobo was tsken.
snd he will be forwarded a leather
medal tot hia bravery.
Two women were detected in the
set of shoplifting at a Bock Island
dry; goods store last week. They
were taken to the police station bv
one ot the proprietors. Thsy begged
of him to let tnem go, and promised
mat tney wouia not attempt such
thing again. They were told that
the police were the people for them
to aeai witn.
One ot the women was about 83
years of age. and the other probably
so years. - They ware neatly, dressed
ana saia tney resiaea in tne lower
end ot the city, where they conduct
ed n boarding: house. They were
brought to the ofBoe of the chief of
police. The chief asked them If they
mane a practice oi Bteaiisg.
Tne elderly woman d:d the talk.
log. while her companion covered
her faoe with her hands and wept bit.
terly. Oh. merciful heavens, bo!"
she deal are d. lifting bar right haad.
-I never thought ot it before. I
don't know what ever tempted me.
oa. please let me go. mere is no
one homo, aad my litt'a children will
boob be returning Irom school."
We'll have your children esred
Second I for." ssid the chief. "I think that
avenue, druggist. Bock IsUad: Gnat I both it you people deserve about SO
Boaiegei Boa. Wast Second street, daye ta je.i."
Davenport. I Then they both wept Their plead
I ing was pttiiui. Tba aider woman
Casesrets stimulate live, kfdnavs I said her husband died aev.ral vr.
www never bwbsb) vfeaaea I BffO.
9v cnpai to esata. I Think of ay child, too." ssid the
There la Mekbtes
There ia nothing just as good as
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, so de
mand it and do not permit the dealer
to sell you some substitute. He will
not claim there is avvning oetter.
but In order to make more profit he
may claim something else to be just
as good, xou want Dr. King's Mew
Discovery because you know it to
be safe and reliable, and guaranteed
to do good or money refunded. For
Coughs, Colds, Consumption and
for all affections of Throat, Chest
and Lungs there is nothing so good
ss is Dr. King's New Discovery.
Trial bottle free at Harts A Ulle
meyer's drug store.
Regular sise 50 cents and II
Caerarets . Candy Cathartic, the
most wonderful medical disoovery of
tne age, pleasant and refreshing to
tbe tiste, act gently and positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel colds, eure headache.
(ever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Plnase buy and try a box
tt C. C C today; 10, 3ft. 60 cents.
Sold and guaranteed to en re by all
For Infants and Children.
1 si eemae mt T
MVki UM.rti BteettBS;.
Citv Couecil Boom. Bock Island,
Oct. 8 The council met In ad
journed session at 3 o'clock p. si..
Mayor meuui preeiaing. ana all tbe
aldermen ' present except Dauber.
On motion of Aid. Pender the coun
cil took a recess t vieit reservoir
Oa reassembling. Aid. 8urmaa
moved that the waterworks com
mittee be granted further time ia
regard to selecting a site for a reser
The myor reported that the total
ot the bids submitted for the 1m
proyement or rirt avenue were as
follows: Flick A Jchoaon Construc
tion company. a.t?7; Edwards &
Walsh Construction company, $10,'
943 40; G. Msffi la, tll.t C3 40.
A'd Surnian moved tbt the "on
tract for the. improvement of First
svenue from bixteculh ttreet to
Twentieth street be swerved to the
Flick A Johnson Construction oom
peny. Carried unanimously.
- The clerk read a letter from tbe
Flick & Johnson Construction eon
pany asking permtsHou to work 10
boors a day instead of eight hours,
as required ia the specifications.
Am. Cuocsnnon moved that the
communication be received and
placed ou die. Carried
The clerk read a petition from F.
n. binnet for the extension of water
mains. Referred to tbe waterworks
committee on motion of Aid. Nelson
The city olerk presented a plat of
Sinnat's third addition. wLioh on
motion of Aid. Msucker waa referred
to the street and alley committee.
Aid. J 'hnsoD, of the street and at
ley committee, reported favorably on
tne pint ox mien tt-jcne s sub-aiviston
of blook 41. Chicago or lower addi-
tion. ana moved lie approval. Car
Aia. twncannon moved a re
consideration of the permit granted
Morris A Lewis to move n frsme
house within the fire limits. Car
Aid. Johnson moved that the ordi
nance and health committees be given
further time in regard to the plumb
ing nrainance. warned.
Aid. Pender moved that ths aewer
committee investigate the tappiog of
the Sixth ward sewer by certain
property holders. Carried.
Aid. Johnson moved that the bids
for iron pipe b returned. Carried
Aid. Johnson moved that the
checks of the unsuccessful bidders
be returned to thm. Carried.
Aid. Johnson offered a resolution
instructing the superintendent of
streets to notify owners on the south
side of Nintb-and-one-balf avenue io
block 3. Bailey Da von port's third ad
dition, between Eighth and Mntn
streets, to remove their fences to the
propertv line. Adopted.
Aia. Msuakcr morea that tb
mayor appoint three eaembere of tbe
street and alley committee to meet
tbe highway commissioners ot South
Rock Island in regard to the opei.it g
oi bigoieentn avenue, warned.
The mayor appointed as such eon;
tnittee Aids. Dauber, Wheelan and
Aid. Johnson moved that the city
attorney be instructed to assist tbe
state's ' attorney iu the prosecution
oi tne storm a rain casee. Carried.
Adjourned ou motion of Aid.
A. D. Hcbsibo. City Clerk
t Oere a 04l Ss Oa Dev.
Take Laxtt've Bromo Uuine Tablets.
AU druggists ref aad the money If it
. .21 . . . r .
i nils mi oure. soo.
TO THE BOABD OF EPCCATW OT BOCK IsLATO SCBOOL DlSTBICT:
Tm fortieth aneael tipuri at tb Burs:
ItHae rabUe School awekr MkatlttaS: Ths tassel shees the aiaeef tcars kf BaMiacs.
lrtUift kr seek. roll a ky ma, kka euaie Sallr aWSM. ta i man maihrr
heknatns, aad ether Statlstict for the rear kettaalas ft tt lM. aad elwlt s t aec S, 1ST.
SAHKS OF TIACBBRS
H. Km. ertDclsal
Mra.C U. Unlmil
W. M. CkOTramc
C. W. hmaw ........ .... ....
llawa CotlaiS ... ..
. BciLDtM So. 1,
L. O. DsnshntT. Pitodpal.
Mary K. Bntrlkm
Martlet m nraaerma.
Jalia M. Andrrnua. ...... ........
.rh B. Hllller..
I ncy H. oync...
tlair Pratt.... ................
Eruna at. Jnhaaoa.....
Ba.de E. I.cky
BCILDIXS HO. t.
Baadallne ttrqaa, Frlaeipsl.......
a. r. vooKa
Harriet A Jenkins..............
Mantarst BVplno. ............ ....
BciLmsa Ko. 4
Mar Pint. Principal
Loa J. I'ktlp
Idem WakeSeM .
Mary 1 Carter
Aaiia N. Jutaiwoa ...
Iamoalle M. Doonaa
Looim M Copp
Aania B. Mueuraaier
lia K. CkurchilU
B H. Deeauto
ASda B. Mart ..................
Bcn-Dixo 50. s,
Barak Johntton. Frlnctpal. ......
Lacy A. Taylor
IKrm B. Newiuo. ........ .......
fcetalle Tkuapsoa.... ...........
Urldie M. Kgaa
Bemuse Bo. s.
Annie Klrkpatrlck, Principal.....
Elizabeth O. Slclck
Laella BuUunktr .............
caar otta Keaaronbr
BtiLDise So. 7,
A. tanra Hit!. Prlneipal
Mrs. IdaW. LanSy .....
Mr aiary Dewey
Jrjul- l1r.wAB ............ ....
Lilli Fowinnr. ..
elaola Bricdl -
Buildis Ha 8,
Clara M. Lrvey, Principal
K. it Barch
Mtn O. Bowra, PrlaelBsl......
M.y P. a alker
Ber k Buwavaa
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Momker of gradaatee tram Ike High achoo' 41, 10 boys snt Sl girls.
Euro led la rl'e ehoul. 4ut.
Fnrullnd ta Aafoeuna collea. h tanaa S yeara aaa tl yrara. SU
Enrolled la puk lc rood", a m
Total enroiaMB la ally ackoeia, S.S4S.
). O TotTVO. vretrneve.
Of the Board of Education for School Year CHcflng June 30, tS95.
Have BaF lMa
Manv desperate cases of kidney
diseases pronounced incursb'e have
been cured by rolev's Kidney Cure.
Many physicians use it. For saio bj
i . u. j nomas.
oaocaa tsscsn to stmatsrsmssr, rmixc.rAis
K. . Toa. r
W. V. Baler V
at. W. CkMulne
Meorga 1 Brotrn......
C W. HicoaM
Mr. U. L. Eaetnua...
Alice Ravk.M..... .....
L. C. Dancherty
Mary B. Kntrlkln
Harriet B. Mendereon .
Jnlla M. Andereon.....
Consumption is the natural result "araa b. uniier....
nr a nerlpptArt rnld. Ilr. Wnnd'a Hn,. v,o
1 -1 - j . e-rlcs
"sr rine nyrup cures oougns, broo
chiiis. asthma, and all lung; troubles
doarn to tbe very borderland of eon
sumption. For aale by Marshall A
Is Stay Base Tm
A dose or two of Foley's Honey
and Tar will prevent an attack of
pneumonia, crip or severe cold If
tassu in time, cures coughs, cold.
croup, Lktirippe, hoarseness, diffi
cult breathing, whooping eoogh. in
cipient oornm ..!. a'thnia or
hroBOhltla t, .- i v -.lief in
sdrkBCe stages ul ,- - mption,
4th ma or bronchitis. Gut ..i. teed
For sals by T. H. Tnomaa.
k s d r
Mystic Cure1 for rhei-iuatism
sua nsuraifia raaicaily euifs in one
to taraa aaya. its action u on the
system la remarkable and m veterioua.
it removes at onoe the can, and the
dieease immediatelv dlssm"..ra. The
urst dose greatly benefits. 75 cents.
Bold by Otto Orotian, 1501
The King of all Clairvoyants!
PfOf. LEANDER LEON,
The Marvelouu Xs'hite Mstliatina,
.. . Who Is endorsed by more prominent
people than any other man in his profession.
- . Bis WORK IS SO STRANGE
That be reveals your name. age. occupation, where you live, the
number ot your house, atd the street you live on. The Intricate
prob'sms of life relating to Love. Courtship, Merrier. Divorce,
Bales, Changes, Travels. Speculations. Wilis, and Property be
come as an open book when plsced before this materfal man.
HE SOLICITS INVESTIGATION.
It la hardly necesiary to remark that be has been endorsed by the
highest authorities, aad established claims for reeagaitioa by
eon vinci ng the most stubborn skeptics to a degree of eonSdence
accorded to none. Ue does not assume the role of tbe mind reader
nor adopt tbe mystical raiment nor resort to the esbali tie signs
aad shallow mummeries that ao frequently charse erise the work
.ef humbugs. He acts with dignity, on a higher plana In the
open, appealing to the Intelligent, and disdaining all thestriesl
environment to terrorise the ignorant.
FEB FOB ALL CONSULTATIOSS. 80c AND tl.
Bead conditions ot acceptance ia following affidavits:
' . Washington, D. C, Deo. 14. 189.
Fro lessor Leander Leon take oath berore me this day. aad de
elaree and aflirms that for the greater (aUafacUoB of all aia elieals
and those Igooraet of his work, in the event of bis failure to sat
isfy all inquiries who seek his skill, he eball decllce to aeeept a
fee. Professor Leeader Leon. Subscribe! aad aaora to before
me this 14th day ot 1 comber. A. D , 1838 W. Clvia Chase,
offiok oua: s a as to a p m.
UMDCM THC MANAOCMENT OF. I. W.
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