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VOL. XX XVII. NO. 165
ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY, MAT 6, 1889,
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AGON hcf.re iiurrtiaviiij;.
SOBRIQUETS OF WOMEN.
NICKNAMES BORNE BY SOME OF
EUROPE'S FAMOUS LADIES.
Many of Vhent Were Merely Compliment
ary, ami Did Not Sigrnify Anything-
Particular Soma Were Appropriate,
While r theni Said Too Much.
An excursion into the realm of history and
biography shows that sobriquets have not
been besto.ved upon women in any such de
gree as upon men. Yet a considerable num
ber may b collected. For the most part they
are far leat expressive and typical of charac
ter than Uose given to the male nex. Many
of them a -e simply complimentary terms iu
reference to their Iwauly or accomplishments,
and were lestowed by chivalrous gentlemen.
"Woody Mary," as Mary, queen of Eng
land, wasrnlled, is certainly anything but a
fluttering toguomen. Historians differ as to
whether sbs d'Kurved the uuniu. Some assert
that the responsibility for the sanguinary
acts of her reign hlmuld reit with her coun-seloi-s,
who are known to have approved and
projected tlicm; others say, that, having
permitted these iMirbarisms, Mary well
merits the title history has fastened
upon lw. However this may be, it is
well known that she signed the death
warrant of Lady Jane Grey with reluctance,
ami niisolu'ely refused to put her sister Eliza
lieth aud tl e Karl of Devonshire to death.
ShiMiftmi ijiterfered in tehalf of those whom
her ministers wished to deprive of their lives.
The ronewi 1 of the old laws aniast the Lel
lanls is charged directly to her, though some
historians c laitn Hint many of the details of
their mtsm ution were kept from the knowl
edge of the queen. Mary was ill most of the
time during htr reign, and her condition was
often t.iken ndvauiage of by her iiiiuisteni.
Mury wa ; succoedetl on the throne by her
sister Kiiza ieth, who was known in history
as "UikxI tjueou Iless." Quite a different
title from t lat borne by Mary. The normal
disparity between the two waa not, however,
ao great as the sobriquet would indicate.
Mary aeetiu- to have been credited with lost
goodnma than she possessed, and Elizabeth
mora But it cannot be denied that the reign
of Elizabeth was very successful, and one of
the nwst glorious and most celebrated epoche
In English history. It was an era of states
men, scholars, warriors and poets of the
highest renown. Considering the times,
Elizabeth was probably good enough to war
rant her title. She was a good queen, as
queens go. Elizalietb is also called "The Vir
A PAIR Oir FEMALE WARKIOIIS.
Mary of Modona, the unfortunate queen of
James II of England bore the title of
"Queen of Tears." Samuel Noble wrote:
"Her eyes b jcameeternal fountainsof sorrow
for that crorn bor own ill policy contributed
to lose." To the average reader, however,
that misfortune would seem to be slight In
comparison with that of being yoked for life
to a personage so stupid and unreasonable as
Joanna, rhe beautiful daughter of Ed
mund, Earl of Kent, gained the sobriquet of
"Fair Maid of Kent." She was three times
married, the third time to Edward, the
Black Princo. King Richard II of England
was their sot.
Elizabeth Barton, a supposed seeress of the
Sixteenth century, was known as the "Holy
Maid of Kei L" She was executed at Tyburn.
April 21, 14, on the charge of high treason,
in having p -ophesied that great calamities
would fall ion England, and that Henry
VIII would die a speedy and violent death
should bediv orce Queen Catherine and marry
Anne Boleyt. iter prophecy does not appear
to have been fulfilled.
Elizabeth, queen of Bohemia and daughter
of James 1 of England, was called .the
Queen of Hearts, from her kind and en
gaging manner. Through all her trouble and
ill fortune, of which she had more than her
share, she pi eserved her dignity and good
ness, and cot imanded the lovo and admira
tion of all who were brought In contact with
"The Sem ramis of the North" was a so
briquet beU wed upon Margaret, daughter of
Waldemar III, king of Denmark, for her
warlike qual ties. She seems to have fairly
earned it After her father's death she bo-
came queen of Denmark. On the doath of
her husband, Ilaco VIII, king of Norway,
she became : he ruler of that country also.
She then cenquered Sweden, and was ac
knowledged its queen. In the latter country
she was unpopular, and her name is still held
In loa thing by the Swedes, who accuse her of
having been oruel and oppressive. Some his
torians deny this charge At any rate, Mar
garet was a t ueeu of great executive ability.
The sobriquer. "Somirauiis of the North" has
also been giv.ai to Catherine II, empress of
Kussla, for '.he samo reasons that it was
given to Margaret, and with equal appropri
Another woman of military renown was
Augustina Zaragoza of Spain, who earned
the sobriquet, "Tho Maid of Saragossa," by
her bravery during the defense of Saragossa
against the French in 1808-9. Her most cele
brated act of heroism was taking the station
of her lover who had fallen, in one of the
batteries and working the gun in his place.
Byron has immortalized her in "Cbilde Har
FOB THE GOOD THEY DIBV
Mrs. Elizabeth Fry, the benevolent English
woman, who wrought so many reforms in
the management of jails and prisons in her
own and other European countries, was called
the Female Howard," in recognition of the
similarity of lier life work to that of the illus
trious prison reformer, John Howard. The
great amount of good accomplished by these
two unselfish lovers of humanity cannot be
calculated. 1 1 is felt today, and will be felt
until the end of time.
Another benevolent English woman was
Florence Nigl.tingale, upon whom Longfellow
bestowed the title, "St. Filomena." In his
poem of that nanio the poet pays the highest
tribute to the character and work of Miss
Nightingale. Her name is held In reverence
by the whole pulation of Great Britain, and
especially by tiio soldiers.
The peculiar ect, or society called Shakers
had for their leader and founder in America
a woman nan ed Ann Lee. She was regarded
by her follow jrs as the "spiritual mother,"
and betico wa always called "Mother Ann."
By some sho v as, and still is, considered a
manifestation of Christ in the female form.
Jesus is recog llzed as tbe nude manifestation!
"Mother Ann'' was a woman of much ability.
She died in 1TS4.
Jenny Lind, tbe famous singer, bore the
appropriate nime of "the Swedish Nightin
gale." This title is a deserved compliment
to her sweet voice and a reminder of her na
Louise Latx , the French poetess, who lived
in tbe Sixteenth century, was called "the
Beautiful Roj emaker." She was an accom
plished lingul-1 and wrote in three different
languages. E he also distinguished herself by
her remarkab e courage at the siege of Per
pignan. "The Engl sh Sappho" was a sobriquet
given to Mary Darby Robinson, who acquir
ed a repntati m for beauty, wit and poesy
during the re: gn of George IV. James M
Adams in Detroit Free Press.
- That Tired Feellnf
Afflicts near y -every one in tbe spring.
Tbe system aaving become sscustomed
to tbe bracing air of winter, is weakened
by tbe warm days of tbe changing season,
and readily j iolds to attacks of disease.
Hood's Sarst parilla is just the medicine
Deeded. It tones and builds op every
part of tbe body, and also expels all im
purities from tbe blood. Trj it this
New York city bas a new street wbicb
will bear tbe eupbonlous name of Tee
Taw arenue. - - - - .
Ia the Spring
Almost everybody wants a "spring tonic
Here is a simple testimonial, which shows
bow B. is. B. is regarded. It will knock
your malaria out and restore your appe
SPLENDID FOR A SPRING TOMC.
Arlington, G., June 30, 1887.
I suffered with malarial blood poison
more or less, all tbe time, and tbe only
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It is undoubtedly the best blood medi
cine made, and for this malarial country
should be used by every one in tbe spring
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and winter as a tonic and blood purifier
GIVES BETTER SATISFACTION.
Cadiz. Ky.. July 8. 1887.
Please send me one box Blood Balm
Catarrh Snuff by return mail, as one of
my customers is taking B. B. B. for ca
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B. gives better satisfaction than any
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dozen in tbe past ten weeks, and it gives
good satisfaction. If I don't remit all
right for snuff write me. Yours,
W. N. Brandon.
IT REMOVED THE PIMPLES .
Round Mountain. Tex.. March 29. '87.
A lady friend of mine has for several
years been troubled with bumps and
pimples on her face and neck, for which
she used various cosmetics in order to
remove them and beautify and improve
ner complexion, but these local apnhca
tions were only temporary aud left her
sain tn a worse condition.
1 recommended an internal preparation
known as Botanic Balm which I have
been using and selling about two years;
She used three bottles and nearly all
pimples have disappeared, her skin is
soft and smooth and her general healt li
much improved. She expresses herself
much gratified, and can recommend it to
all who are thus affected.
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All who desire full information about
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Miss Georgia Rattan is tbe suggestive
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away to their customers of so many free
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from the fact that it aways cures and
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The transition from long lingering
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marks an epoch in tbe life of the individ
ual. Such a remarkable event is treas
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bucklen'b arnica halve.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
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is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Hartz & Bahnsen.-
Last year 193,000,000 shad and about
80,000,000 trout fry were distributed
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100 Ladies Wanted.
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Medicine, the great root and herb reme
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Children like it. Everyone praises it.
Large size package,' 00 cents. At all
A Tacoma. W. T.. babv fell into a
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Who of us are wiioout trouble be they
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J. B. Staten, of Oscogee. Ga., bas
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Will positively cure piles, tetter and all
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LETTERS FROM TnE GOVERNORS.
It Is r. well-known fact that Pond's
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members of the army and the navy, tho Car
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more recent letters from Governors of dif
The Governor of New Hampshire.
Gejm-EME: I hare nsed Pond's Extract
in uiy family for several yean, aud have
found it a nont desirable and valnablo
remedy. Yours truly, Aioour Cchkiek.
Dec 3, 'B7.
The Governor ot Pennsylvania.
Gevts: Powd's Extract hss been a
valued reliance in our family for several
years, especially in relirvlufr the aches,
sprains sad braises incident to children.
Very tmly yours,
Nov. 30, '87. Jams A. Heavkh.
The Governor of New Jersey.
Dkar Hir: I have for many years ued
Poxn's KxTRAfT. and have derived prent
benetU and relief therefrom. Yours truly,
Dec. 6, '7. li. S. Ciitfcfc.
The la. -Governor of ItliunU.
Gf.ntlbmex: Posn's Extract has long
had a place In the medicine chert of my fam
ily. 1 assure yon that we have found, it a
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niHuy cases, aud that very promptly. We
cauuot well keep honse without it.
I am, truly yours,
Oct. 10. '87. J. C. Smith,
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THE MOLINE SAVINGS BANK
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Open daily from 9 A. M. to 8 P.M., and on Toes
day and Saturday Evenings from 7 to
Interest allowed on Desposits at. the rate
rf Q tr Pflfif raaa A nniim
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Deposits received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
BECCRITY AND ADVANTAGES.
The private property of the Trustees la respon
sible to tbe depnKltors. The officers are prohibi
ted from borrowing any ot its moneys. Minors
snd married women protected by special law.
Officer': 8. W. Wreelock, President ; Johr
Goon, Vice Prcstdent;C. P. Htsinwn, Cashier.
Trustees : S. W. Wheelock, Porter Skinner,
O. W. Lohdell. Nelson Chester. H. W. Candee. C.
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Pain and In-
Taste & Smell
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A particle Is applied into each nostril and is
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ren street. New York.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878.
AV. BAKER & CO.'S
it is toiMbU).
are assd ia Its preparation. It has
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Cucoa jnixad with Starch, Arrowroot
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mating last Ssaa an. amr
a ca. It is aeucious, aoaruhinK,
strenrthsning. Easily Diqxbtkii,
sad admirably sdsptsd for Invalids
ss weU ss fur persons in hssha.
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W. BATTER & CO, Dorchester, Mas
Imports a trlUiam traiMuareney to the sain. Re.
I moves all pimples, fraekles and UiuluraUolia. Vor
I sale by all flrvt-eiiueilruKfflata, or mailed lor SO ete.
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THE TRATELEllS GUIDE.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific.
Trains Leant for Chicago.
Passenger 11 :88 p m
' " 12:08 pm
Arriv4 from Chicago.
Passenger 4:85 am
" 6:06 am
" 7:88 pm
" , 8:45 pm
Day Krnress aad Mall .". 6:10 am ll:Mipm
Night Express and Mail :S0 p m 5:55 a m
" " 8:90pm
Day Express 4:40am 7:60am
Express Fast 7:45 pm 11 :86 pm
Council Bluff $.
Day Express and M all 4 :B0 a m 11 :85 p m
Night Express l:Mpn 8:10 am
Depot, Mc line Avenue.
J. P. COOK, Agent. Ror.k Island.
Chicago, Burlington & Qtjincy.
St. I.oatt Express 6:45 a. a a 6:80 a. ma
St. Lonls Express 8:90 f. a 6 8:80 r. u a
St. Parjl Express 8:00 a. a 6
Bt. Paul ExprefS 7:45 F. a. a
Beardstoam Passenger.. 8:45 f. n.b 11:05 a. M.6
Way Freti ht (Monm'tb) 8 :15 a. a. ft 1 :50 r. m.6
Way Freight (Sterling) 1:50 F. .6 :40a. u.b
Sterling Passenger 8:00 a, M.6 6:55 T. a. ft
uDally. 0 Daily ex Sunday.
M. J. YOUNG. Agsnt.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul.
RACINE AND S. W. DIVISION.
Mall and Express, 6:90 a m 8:40 p m
8U Paul Kxpr.es. 8:00pm UHlOam
rt.. Arrnm...-....:00 p m 10:111 am
Ft. A Ac com 7:S0am 6:10pm
E . D. W. HOLM E 8. Agenu
FAST M AIL TRAIN with Vestibnled trains be
tween Chicago, Milwaukee, bt. Paul and Minne
apolis. TRAS-CONTINPNTAL TtOUTE between Chi
cago, Council Binds, Omaha and the Pacific
GREAT NATIONAL BOBTE between Chicago
a-snsas v;uy ana si. josepn. Mo.
5700 MILES OF ROAD reaching all principal
j oints in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa,
asiBBoun sou isaKnis.
For mans, time tables, rates of nsssara snd
freight, etc., apply to the nearei-t station agent
of the Chicago. Milwaukee & H'. Psnl Railway, or
ro any ranrnaa ageut anywhere in tbe world.
R09WELL MILLS it. A. V. II. CARPENTER,
General Manager. Gen'l Pass. A T. Agt.
IVFor information In reference to Lands and
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Milwaukee A
m. raui KHitway frmpany. write to B. O. Han
gen. Land Commissioner Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
Mobile & Ohio R. R.
Is now nflVring for sale In tracts to
suit pun bisers ovtr .
Suitable for Farminp. Gardening, Stock
Raising and Lumbering.
For particulars adtircBS or apply to
Land and Development Co.,
Or any of the following named represen
tatives of the MOBILE & OHIO Rail
F. E. CH APMAN, General Agent, Chtcago, 111.
M. P. OOOK-Trav. Pass. Agt. Flint, Mich.
E. E. POSEY, Trav, Pass. Agt. 106 North 4th
Street, St. Ijonis, Mo.
J N. ERERL1. Land and Immigration Agent,
106 North 4th Street. St. Louis. Mo.
J. L. G. CHAiiLTON. Gen'l Pass. Agent.' Mo
gyWhen wrttlne mention the Atsrs.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
raining their eompiexlon should secure a
SAMPLE BOX (CRATIS)
of the latest Imported and unanimously acknowl-
tdied aa Uie best
Guaranteed to be perfectly harmless. Impercepti
ble, dun-nle and invisible. For Sale everywhere.
Prlee. and 60 Br Mais. Ask your
druggist tor it or write tor jnistaid sample box to
J. F. LLOYD It CO., Sole Importers,
T stad CI Waablnst-oa Strrst, CHICA4M.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
Fob Sals bt the Following Drumibts
Marshall & Fisher,
Hartz & Bahnsen,
and Frank Nadler.
f hea;isterd Traoa Mara.l
The birotiKoO, Cbi.-.rr.
est. and BeM Faaun
Ins; fur Leather acd
Kubuar Beltlmr. ia.
ware ot Iraudalenil
ana poor Imitations.
this trade marh pie
urm on the package.
Blake's Belt StafI
Nothine Succeeds like Success
Boys' and Children's
7 Styles, 4 to IS years, Un
ion Cassimere f 2.00
8 Styles, 4 to IS years, all
wool and Union Cassim'e 2 50
IS Styles, 4 to IS years. Put
nam, Carlisle and Sara
togs 3 00
12 Styles, 4 to 13 years, Cbes
iot. 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 Largest sale of -
ever held in
Three Dollars and Fifty Cents
for Pantaloons that regularly sell for
Four and Five Dollars.
No Humbug! No Deception!
The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher,
115 and 117 West Second St.,
Adams Wall Paper Co.,
LERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers.
330 Patterns of New Styles in Wall Paper.
ainting, Graining and Paper Hanging.
DIMICK BLOCK, Twentieth Street,
near Third Avenue.
' TIVOLI SALOON."
Second Avenue, opposite Harper Ilouse. The choicest imported
WINES AND LIQUOKS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of
gST-ChUdren's Carriage work a specialty. A tuctock on ban 1 to select from.
No. 1006 Third Avenue.
A choice lias of Cigars snd Candles on hand. .
ind Dealers in Flour, Peed, Baled Hay and Straw, Crockery
Glassware, Cutlery, Etc.
styf township Agency and remittasoe to any partef Europe.
601 and 60S Ninth g tract, Book JjlaAvd, JSL,
J. X. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
II. D. FOLSOM,
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Oraclier Bakery,
AITnraOTVKXB CV VXlStXU AVD BUCVITt.
Ask jour Orooac for tasm. They are best.
raMcialUas: TaeClulety TITD' Cluisty aJtlV-
RtK3C IBLANP. ILL.
B. F. DeGEjflLR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St.
and Beventb. Avenue,
aVAll kinds of ArttsUe wort a specialty.
- fomlahM oa
Men's and Youths'
The First Round in our Lad
der is $4.50
We wouldn't call it wool, because
tbe price indicates the quality.
The next Five lots are in
Sack and Cutaway Frocks
all wool, every fibre, 7.50
Only Five kinds to select
from at 8.00
29 Different Styles, Cutaway
Frocks, plain four button
Cutaway, Backs styles
known as Chesterfields
suitable for older men 10.00
the three cities.
Rock Island, 111.
Second avenue, Rock Island
' . . "Pi, T.I 1
, AVtJv.iv. xaiaUiUs
Plans and sttautes fos all kinds of bsUldinis
appiloaboa. . . . . , - .
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