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VOL XX XVI I. NO 167
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. Rock Island, 111.
W. A. GrTJlvaBLEf
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Contractor and Builder,
mtpu.,.,,. , R(5CK ISLAND, ILL.
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
AH ANTEDILUVIAN FROG.
Found tiolidly Imbedded In a Itank
Clay Developing Hl Frmrahin.
In the Plenty VTalley, Victoria, some time
in ino ea-iy -us, a road party were matin" a
aoep cutting through some nlay beds to im
prove lecal traffic faoilitiea. The clav bea
vas a tertiary formation; li was bard and of
a yellow color. On the clay bank gum trees,
nne hutdredsof years old. wero crnwino-
When abnut thirty feet lielow the surface a
block of this clay in falling broke tnto two
pieces, ot t of which tumbled a little frog,
w ith a ho ly about two and one half inches long
anil one and a quarter inches wi.le. He
seemed blind and sleepy, though showing
every evidence of life; he was apparently as
strong as any other frog of the same size; he
was in n. way thin; in fact, seemed to be a
wen nurtured and properly cared for frog.
lhe blck of clay was reduced in size, and
the frog, with the two pio-es which rormed
the d -veil ng, was sent to the Technological
museum, Melbourne. Mr. Newberry, the
chief or Mat institution, examined 1 dm verv
closely ni d found that all the natural orifices
or the hdy had closed completely; in fact,
there wa of them not a trai-c remaining. In
color the frog was a dirty yellow, such as the
clay, without nny variation of tintre. Mr
Newberry sent this creature for identification
to Frederick McCoy, F. R. S., professor of
natural sciences, Melbourne univerity. Pro
lessor aicioy lrtent Hied lum as a memter of
a well kn -wn species whose habits were, in
unie ot tiou l.le, such as drought or cold, to
bury themselves in the earth and remain
there tint I the condition of things was more
to their liking. Members of the species men
tionxl, however, were a yellow color mottled
After the identification the creature was
again returned to Mr. Newberry This iren
tleman di termined to see if he could by some
natural proves educate the sleepy specimen
uik a mo vigorous and iKtt(r understand
ing of his duties as a live frog. Ho was then
domicilii in a small fernery in the museum.
and It w is decided to give him a bath every
morning, a proceeding which froggy seemed
strongly to otvject to, though he swam vigor
ously whi e in the water. When out hack
into his cl ly cavity he wriggled himself aboutl
until he found the old groove, folded himself
up and sei med contented. This cavity might
oe aescriren as ntting him where it touched
him that is to say, though touching him all
over the t lore prominent parts of the body,
the clay was not molded into the hollows
formed by the folding of his linds. After
short whi e the clay lied was taken from him
and he was put among the ferns on the mold,
iiim wnicn ne rapidly sank stern first by
peculiar motion of his hind lorn.
For his norning bath ho had to bo dug up
aauy, men tmcK lie would go again into
elusion, in a little while two patches of dust
were'notii ed on his nosa These were exam-'
ined by a magnifying glass, and it was found
that in the center of each was an infinitely
minute uoie lust where the nostrils should ha
After enft reed bathing and exercise daily for
about six weeks the dull yellow skin covering
him began to come off in small patches; it
eventually toll oir like tho slough of a suake,
revealing him as Professor McCoy said he
should bo, a nice looking mottled brown and
yellow frog, with bright eyes, mouth, nos
trils, etc. After his skin came oft he began
to like the water, would jump into it, then
after a exim sit underneath the ferns; be
gradually showed a liking to blink in the sun
and genen lly deported himself in the manner
of a well c mducted frog, though he was never
seen to take any food.
One day the door of the fernery was left
open; whether it was that the insatiable de
sire for set sation pervading our modern civ
ilization affected him so that he desired to
see how tae world had wagged since ages
agone he bad hade it good-by, whether it was
for the purpose of examining other objin-tsof
interest in the museum, or that he stepped
out for re1 reshments, or with a di.-sire to go
a-wooing, Uistory has not been informed; at
all events, instead of meeting the '"lily white
duck 'or t he fable, ho came in coutact with
the museum cat, who was prowling around.
and, beforo an attendant looking on could
interfere, be was seized by tho cat, who, with
him in her mouth, dashed through an open
window into a shrublx-ry hard by and no
trace of fr lggy was ever again to be found.
The Watchman Wu Ilrinik or C'raay.
Watertiwn, N. Y., May 7. Shortly af
ter 1 o'cloc-i yesterday morniug fire was dis
covered iu four different places in the On
tario Paper mill, one of the largest mills in
northern New York, but owiiii: to the ex
cellent appliances for extinguishing fires in
the buildin ' the mill was not destroyed A
soon as the fires were started, J.in.es Warden,
the watchman, ran to a house near by and
dragged a wom:t!i down the steps, telling her
to come nut and look at the big tire. He then
went insid-j the mill and liegan to break
windows, t tough nt that time the fir.-s were
under control. He was drunk or crazy and
had set fire to the mill.
1 lie Kecorri on the Turf.
Lexinutin, Ky., M;.y 7. The
w is won
race nl the meeting heru yesterday
ly Iwird i'tyton in 1 :i'4V, the 1
Queen of Trumps in 1:4H, the 1
Once Agan in sJ:3!'4. the mile by Stuart
in 1 :-Ha, rnd the milo by Cheeney in
Nashville, Tenn., May 7. At the race
meeting ye terday the races were won in the
following o-der: St. Albans, mile. 1:3';
ita, mile, ;; brnvo , mile, i:1i.
Lady Ulackburn, furlongs, 0:57 W; En-
duror, 1 mile 70 yards, 1 :4ti; Prince Fonso,
mile, 1:0:. V
The Work of tile Flames.
Chicago, May 7. Fire yesterday destroyed
six business blocks and stocks and three resi
dences iu Greenfield, Ills., loss, $18,000; the
Depot hotel at Cautou, Ills ; the brick resi
dence and veral outbuildings belonging to
Airs. Koiien Uittmgs, or LaHarpe, Ills., loss
$10,000; the St Vincent Orphan asylum, a
Kornan Cmholic institution at Viucennes,
Ind., loss, 5u,Uf)0; 1,000,000 feet of lotts. an
entire luinb ir camp and logging outfit, and
$;,0o0 worth of driving supplies, on Ground
House river, Minn., Ion $15,000, and 400,000
feet of incli and piece lumber and 200,000
shingles at Ludington, Mich.
MatRhett'a Murderer in Jail.
Galena, IIL,May7. During the inquest
on the murder of Professor Matchett yester
day at Hanover the elder brother of the as
sassin George Skene, suddenly entered the
jury-room villi the latter and surrendered
him to Slier ff McDonald, who was present at
the investigution. To save him from being
lynched by 1 he excited crowd, the sheriff
quickly hast led his prisoner into a buggy and
drove him to this city, where he was safely
placed behind the birs in the county jaiL
He strenuo isly asserts that when he is
brought to trial he can fully establish his
IJbby I'rlnon in a Knilway wrfloat.
Matbvili J!, Ky., May 7. A freight train
on the Chest peakeand Ohio roa l, which was
transporting the famous Libby prison from
Richntond to Chicago, was wrecked seven
miles east of here yesterday by the breaking
of an axle of one of the cars. The remains of
the war relic were profusely scattered about
and people Hocked to the scene all day to se
cure old bricks and lumber as mementoes.
No one was hurt.
A Great Batpnae
is in store for all who use Kemp's Balsam
for the Ihrt at and lungs, the great guar
nteed rem id jr. Would you believe that
it is sold on its merits and that any drug
gist is authorized by .the proprietor of
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acute or clronic coughs. All druggists
sell Kemp' Balsam. - Large bottles 60
cents and II. ..
In the Spring
Almost everybody wants a "spring tonic
Here is a simple testimonial, which shows
how B. B. B. is regarded. It will knock
your malaria out and restore your appe
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Ablington, Ga., June 30, 1887.
lsunerea witn malarial blood poison
more or less, all the time, and the only
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It is undoubtedly the best blood medi
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gives better satisfaction.
Cadiz, Ky., July 6, 1887.
Please send me one box Blood Balm
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my customers is taking B. B. B. for ca
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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
sne usca various cosmetics in order to
remove them and beautify and improve
ner complexion, but these local applica
tions were only temporary and left her
sain in a worse condition.
1 recommended an internal preparation
known as Botanic Balm which I have
been using and selling about two years;
sne used three bottles and nearly all
pimplts have disappeared, her skin is
soft and smooth and her general health
much improved. She expresses herself
much gratified, and can recommend it to
all who are thus affected.
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J. B. Staten, of Oscngee, Ga., has
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from the fact that it aways cures and
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The transition from lone lingering
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The best salve in the world for cuts.
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Last year 153,000,000 shad and about
80,000.000 trout fry were distribuled
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Vast sad vital importance to human health.
houM ma the risk for a sbiefo Aayof neglecting
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The (aovernor of New Hampshire.
Genti.kmfm: I have ned Po-n's Extract
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Deo. 3, '87.
The (Governor ol Pennsylvania.
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Very trnly yours,
Nov. aO, '87. Jakks A. He ave it.
The C.ovornor el'Nrw .lerncv.
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1 am, truly yours.
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uaerf in iu prrparatHm. It hu
Metre Jaam tkrrm tim tVW atrmgrb of
Croa mixed with SUrrh, Arruixot
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TVain Lemt for Chicago.
rsaenger 7:55 in
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' ... 8:00 am
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Arrive front Chictao.
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Psaeenger 3:15 p m
' 8:40 pm
Day Expreas sad Mall 6:10 am 11:56 pro
Nieht Expreee and Mail 9:50 p m 5:55 am
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ExpreBBFast 7:45 pm 11:35 pm
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Nieht Exnrees .....9:50pm 8 10am
Depot, Mcline Avenue.
J. P. COOK, Agent. Rock Island.
Chicago, Bublington & Qtjincy.
8t. LoniB Bxprena 6:45a. . a 6:20a. ao
8t. Lonia Rxpreae 8:0 P. a 6 8:50 p. a
St. Panl Express 8:00 a. aft
S.. Paul Exprere 7:45 p. M.a
Heardstown Paaoenger.. 8:45 p. u.b 11 :05 A. u.b
Way Freight (Monm'th) 8:15 a. u.b 1:50 p. M.b
Way Freight (Sterling) 1 :50 P. M.b 9:40 a. u.b
Sterling Passenger 8:00 a, u.b 6:55 P. u.b
tiDatly. b Daily ex Bunday.
M. J. TOCNQ. Agent.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul,
RACINE AND S. W. DIVISION.
Mail and Expre, 6:90 am 8:40 p no
St. Paul Expr. vs. S:00pm 11:00 am
ft.AAccom S:lH)pra 10:10 am
F t. Acccm 7 :l s ni 6:10 pm
K. D. W. HOLMES. AgenU
FAST M AIL TRAIN with Vestihnled train, be
tween Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Minne
apolis. TRAVS-CONTINIfNTAL ROUTE between Chi
cago, Council BlnSs, Omaha and the Pacific
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between Chicago
Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo.
5700 MILES OF ROAD reachlnit all principal
I o.nt in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa,
Missouri and Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rates of passage and
freight, etc., apply to the nearest station agent
of the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, or
to any railroad anent anywhere in the world.
ROSWELL MILLE.t, A. V. H. CARPENTER,
General Manager. Gen'l Pas. & T. Agt.
tW For information In referenda ta T..nd and
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Milwaukee A
sm. rain nnnway ty mpany, write to H. O. Han
gen. Ind commissioner Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
Mobile & Ohio R. R.
la now riffi-ring for sale in tracts to
6Uit purcn isera over
Suitable for Fafmine. Gardening, Stock
Raisinc and Lumbering.
For particulars address or apply to
Land and Developement Co.,
Or any of the following named represen
tatives or the MOBILE & OHIO Rail
F. E. CHAPMAN, General Agent, Chtcago,m.
M P SNUIIT Tri P... Ar. D.,: . : -1
- ' ' .r--. il. I. r nil i. m icu.
E. E. POSKY Trar P... a irt i.ul v--,u dtt.
.1 N. EBERL'C, Land and Immigration Agent.
ltrinpth llh UIm.. W f : .
.I.L.G. CHARLTON. Gen'l Paas. Agent." Mo-
nil Ala c
t"When wrltine mention the Altera.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
valuing their complexion should secure s
SAMPLE BOX (CRATIS) '
of the liet imported and ODanimoualy acknowl-
edxed aa Uie best
Guaranteed to be perfectly harmless. ImoereeDtl-
ble. lun.!y awl invisitile. Kor ale everywhre.
r-lf-e. , mad AOe iter Hk. Ask roar
druKxiat lor it or write lor postpaid sample box to
J. F. LLOYD & CO., Sole Importers,
AT and WaiktaftM Street, CH1CASO.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
Fob Sale bt m Following Drubgibtb
Marshall & Fisher,
Hartz & Bahnsen,
and Frank Nadler.
luigmteird Trade Mra.0.im ThelMruiMeKt, CUe J
ill. t Tt I, ft. i uun
tni (or loatuer and
nuutatr Betting. He
ware of fraudulent
and poor iiuluulottf.
A'one aeaurfM urtthout
W -Patented July St. laM,
nTsiiwt -..o--i -k
NotBing Succeeds like Success
Boys' and Children's
7 Styles, 4 to 13 years, Un
ion Cassimere f 2.00
8 Styles. 4 to 13 years, all
wool and Union Cassim'e 2 50
13 Styles, 4 to 13 years. Put
nam, Carlisle and Sara
12 Styles. 4 to 13 years, Che
viot. Cassimere and Fan
cy Worsted 3.50
Caasimeres, 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
for Pantaloons that regularly sell for
Four and Five Dollars.
No Humbugl No Deception!
The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher,
115 and 117 West Second St.,
Adams Wall Paper Co.,
LERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers.
300 Patterns of New Styles in Wall Paper.
s3"Pdinting, Graining and Paper Hanging.
DIMICK BLOCK. Twentieth Street,
near Third Avenue.
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of
tar-Children's Carriage work a spec.alty. A nicettock on nan 1 to select from.
No. 1006 Third Avenue.
A cholcejhne of jCigart and Candle j on band.
And Dealers in Flour, Peed, Baled Hay and Straw, Crockery
Glassware, Cutlery, Eto.
tyfltearruhlp Agency and remittance to any part of Europe.
601 And 60S Ninth Street. Boek IaUad,
J; T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
H. D. FOLSOM,
HA H rK
a ft V V aL.akeasV-1 1 1
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
BAIVriOTVUB 01 C1MUBB AUD BIlCtlTf. ,
Ask your O roost for tUm. , Tker era best.
sW-epecleliiss: TkaCkdatj 0TITUV essi. Oktlstr "WAI," :
" nexnc ISLAND, ILL.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth 8U
; ' and Seventh Avenue,
UTAH kinds of Artistic work a specialty,
. furnished on
Men's and Youths'
The First Round in our Lad
der is $4.50
We wouldn't call it wool, because
the 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 8tyles, Cutaway
Frocks, plain four button
Cutaway, Sacks styles
known as Chesterfields
suitable for older men 10.00
the three cities.
and Fifty Cents
Rock Island, 111.
Second avenue, Rock Island
. . T ' f T 1 J '
plans nd estiaaates fos all kinds of bnildinai