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,IL UU'll. NO 154.
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY. APBIL 23, 1889.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Shattered nerves, tired
lirnin. Impure blood,
debilitated system, all
are the natural out
come In the Spring. A
medicine must be used,
and nothing equals
Tfllne's Celery Com
pound. We lot others
praise us you cannot
help believing a dlsln
nrl'i'ilier-'ieneriil ! .
in , Vi.. writes: "I
, mlv..inl on several
L. OrePDleaf. Btirllnir-
liave used Pnlne's cewry
occasions, and always
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; ,nii iieiiiiimwi, i i-oimiifiiuwi uiKingir,.
n'..,i ' ii .ii l-s mtiiU- m ftH-1 like a new mm. As
ff. !,.nl uml spring medicine t do not
K.m el IH fl"i'l "
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Office and Bhop No. 1818 Third Arenae
"I have used torn hntrlna nt vrair Piinsh
Celery Compound, and It has given entire Bat
lslacilon as an appetizer and buxxl purKler."
T. L. Bkbngb, WatcTtown, Dakota.
Is prescribed by physicians, recommended by
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Purifies the Blood.
Full accounts of wonderful cures made by
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There's nothing like It.
H.oo. six for $s.oo. Druggists.
Wbixs, KicnARroN & Co., Burlington, Vt.
of rich faVminsr a'nd eraeinir lands"
iri-ir,ta nanm, D...v.i i -.-.t
OHLY A COLLAR.
Llttl.) Iteantien Went A-.ShonnliMt
nd Ids Clerk Died That Night,
"Oh, wai : a moniout, Klo; I want to step in
here and get me a collar; it won't take me
but jut a minute."
So they t eut into Linnen & Cotton's, and,
after stopping at various counters to price
some ribbons, gloves, lace, fans, hairpins,
buttons, til j, cheuille, saxony, paKsementerie
and slippor, noue of which they had any idia
of rmn-hasi ig, they found themselves at the
collar anil cufT counter.
"Let me see soino collars, plise," said
. "All lineiir askeil the clerk.
"Oh, yes, certainly, all linen."
"Square r round corneivii ("
"I lianlh know. I mo soe both kinds!
What kind do you liko best, Flof" "
"Oh, I il n't know, really. It ikm't makp
"No, so i . ilou't, for"- -
"What numlier, mish?" '
"Oh, let ine see! I declare if I don't always
forget Just what number I do wear. Thir
teen, I think. What number do you wear,
Flor . -
'Twelve and a half."
"Do you? I shouldn't think I'd wear n
larger number than you, would youT'
"I dou't know."
"1 8iippoe my ueck is No, I don't want
so high a collar as that. Do you like a high
"1 hartllj- know, really."
. "Of coui-se it depends altogether on the
kind of a u.x-k one has. Mino ii as long as a
"How ridiculous I I think"
"Here is a lower collar, miss.','
"Oh, tha:'s too low. Dou't you thiuk so,
"It is rather low, really."
"Of courw it is, I always oh, look at these
handkerchiefs back of us! Aren't they
"Aren't t hey f I do love a pretty handker
chief!" "So do L A real neat"
"How do you like this collar, miss?"
"Oh, i don't like three rows of stitching at
the top; do you, Flo?"
"Two revs look better, I thiuk."
4 So do I. Let me see some with two rows."
"Yes'm; here's one."
"Yes, I see, um urn urn somehow I
don't just 1 ke that either; do you, Floi"
"I don'tlatow, really."
"Looks kind of of I don't know just
how, but I don't like it The stitching is so
far apart: don't you think so, Flof"
"I don't Icnow but it is."
"Let me see something with only one row
of stitchim;. Oh, 1 don't like that; do. you,
"I don't know, really."
"It don't look like it was all linen; does it,
"No, I don't believe it does,"
"I'm sure it isn't I've a notion to get
some ruchi lg and let the collar go; would
"Oh, suit yourself, dear."
"Do you like niching?"
"I believs I will get It."
They spe id half an hour at the niching
counter, acd then race back to the collar de
partment, and finally emerge from the store
in just eighty-seven minutes after they enter
it, Bessie having concluded by this time
that she " lidn't believe she'd got the collar
today anyliow," and she doesn't. Z. D. in
The First Agnostic.
When I reached intellectual maturity and
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self with, felt like the fox who had lost his
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conceived to be the appropriate title of ag
nostic. It came into my head as suggestively
antithetic to-the gnostic of church history,
who profesed to know so much about the
very thingH of which I was ignorant, and I
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at our socii ty to show that I, too, had a tail
like the other foxea To my great satisfac
tion the term took. Professor Huxley in
Tie Way We Don't Io It.
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Harry? You will ruin your health.
Ambitiots Youth Can't be helped, sister.
The opport raity of my life has come. I am
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History of Athensf "
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Ambitloi s Youth Yes, sir.
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A Benevolent Journalist.
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St. Paul Expr ss. 8:O0pm 11:00 am
"t.AAocom 9:00pm 10:10am
Ft. St, Accom". 7:80am 6:10pm
B . D. W. HOLM Eh. A Kent,
FAST M IL TRAIN with Vestibnled trains be
tween Chicago, Milwaukee, fat. Paul and Minne
apolis. TRA v8-OONTIH"TJTAl. ROUTE between Chi
cago, Council Bluff, Omaha and ue Pacific
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between Chicago
Ksnsas City and St. Joseph, Mo.
5700 MILES OF ROAD reachinff all principal
points in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa,
at issouri and Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rates of passage and
freight, etc., apply to the nearert station agent
of the Chicago. Milwaukee ft St. Panl Railway, or
to any railroad agent anywhere in the world.
R09WELL MILLEK, A V. H. CARPENTER,
General Managor. Gen'l Pasa.& T. Agt.
tJFor information in reference to Lands and
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Milwaukee &
M. Paul Hc.il way C'rmpany. write to H. Q. Han
gen. Land commissioner Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
Mobile & Ohio R. R.
Is now oflVring for Bale in trtcts to
euit pureta isers over
1,100,000 Choice Lands.
Suitable for Farming, Gardening, Stock
Raising and Lumbering.
For particulars address or apply to
Land and Developement Co.,
Or anv of tbe following named represen
tatives of the MOBILE & OHIO Rail
F. E. OH A PMAW, General Agent, Chtcago, 111
M. P. COOK, Trav. Pass. Agt. Flint. Mich.
E.E. POSEY, Trav. Pass. Agt. 106 North sth
street, st, Lionts, Mo.
J N. EBERL1. ljind and Immigration Agent,
108 North 4th Street. Ht. Lonia M
J- L- G. CHARLTON. Uen'l Pass. Agent.' Mo-
t-When writing mention the Ansvs.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
valuing their complexion should seen re a
SAMPLE BOX (CRATIS)
of the latent imiHjrted aad tm&tiimtu,lv acknowl.
Guaranteed to be nerfectlv barm lean. imoereaDtl.
ble. dun.ole and invtible. For sale everywhere.
Price. .".e sad aOe Mr It-. Ask vonr
druiwiat for It or write for posttid sample box to
J. F. LLOYD & CO., Sole Importers,
T aad WatUsiUs Street, CHICAGO.
LOTOS FACE POCTBIfi
Fob Sals bt the Follob Dt;ei8TS
Haraball & Fisher. .
Hartz & Bahnsen,
and Frank Nadler.
The Struiuieiit. Ctun.. J
. . . 1
1 el IOB Jwn uurttlt-
llnit for Leather and
1 nuwv neinng. ue-l
I ware of fraudulent
and poor Imitations.
I sure, oa the package.
1 RWred Trade'Hw k. aM
I flakes Jlcltd
ILK its 1, i
--Boya' and Children's;
7 Styles. 4 to 13 years. Un- -ion
Cassimere. ........ . $2.00
8 Styles, 4 to 13 ynsrs. all
wool and Union Cassim'e 2 50
13 Styles, 4 to 13 years. Put
nam, Carlisle and Sara
toga 3 00
12 Styles, 4 to 13 years, Che-
viot, Cassimere and Fan
cy Worsted. 3 50
Cassimeres, Worsteds, Broad Wales and Tricots, $12.00
At $15, $16, $18, $20 and $22, we're in the
height of our element.
At the "WHY" Store,
Newcomb Block, DAVENPORT, IA.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING anfl FREIGHT WAQ0E3
A rail and complete line or PLATFORM and other Spring W aeons, especially adapted ts ska
Western trade of superior workrianshlp and finish Illusttateil ITire List free OB
appllratlon. See tbe MOU.NE WAGON before purchasing.
GEO. SAYADGE, T
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
WINES -A.ISTD LIQUORS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of
'3F "Children's Carriage work a specalty. A nice stock on han 1 to select from.
No. 1000 Third Avenue.
A choice stock of Candies and Cir on band.
And Dealers in Flour, Peed, Baled Hay and Straw, Crockery
Glassware, Cutlery, Etc.
sSaTiteamabip Agency and remittance to any part of Euro pa.
601 and 60S Ninth 8 tract, Book Ialaad. HI,.
KRAMER & BLETJER,
Book Binders. Brinters
Blank Book Manufacturers.
6"Orders by mail promptly attended to.
(Up stairs) No. 1612 Second Avenue, Rock Island, HI.
(Formerly of Coal Yalley.)
Dealer in Choice Wines, Liquors
BEER -..ND OIGrA.ES,
No. 1717 Second Avenne, Rock Island.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
H. D. FOLSOM,
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
HABOtAVOTVKSB Of CXA0OXS AVO BItCVXTS.
Ask yonr Grocer for thaa. Thejanbaat.
-aTlpeclalUss: The Christy 9T1TSB mi m OkiKty tuii"
RCg ISLAND. ILL.
All kinds .of Carpenter work doner General Jobbing dona on abort
. notice and icliaf action guaranteed.
Ofice And shop 1413 Fourth ave., ROOK ISLAND, ILL.
Men's and Yonths'
MPigFirst Round in our Lad-
fe wonluVJ"1! ,!t y""1- because
the price imete8.tne I0'1''-
Th next Five? ?ts re
8ack and CutawTFrocks
all wool, everr flbreTVi-
Only Five kinds to select.
from at B4W
29 Diflferent Styles, Cutaway v
Frocks, plain four button
Cutaway, Sacks styles
known "as. Chesterfields ,
suitable for older men 10.00
Second avenue, Rock Island