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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1890
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1 ho Tennis !irl.
The fairest of the fairies, she.
The daintiest of doves,
The prettiest of pictures,
The loveliest of loves;
Her face in like an angel's.
Each hand is like a pearl
Most beautiful of creatures is
The pretty tennis girl.
Her voice is like the Siren's wins.
Her words ray heart entrance.
Her hutching eyes are full of love,
And charm with every glance;
Hit dainty feet In shoes of tan
My drain put in a whirl;
I love her for her loveliness
The pretty tennis girt.
The golden tressos like a frame
Surround her charming face.
And half oonoeal and half reveal
The neck of wondrous (trace :
I him the lucky breeze that play
About each truant curl,
AU' I though she doesn't care for ufe
1 love the tennis girl.
-XI. V Tagpart in Newark CM. J.) Town Talk.
AS ANNIVERSAKY GUIDE
BILL NYE DEVOTES A LETTER TO
TIN AND OTHER WEDDINGS.
If Too An Certain of Getting Gift
Enough to Pay for the Grub ami Other
Things Distributed. Go Ahead If You
Are Not, Don't.
Copyright by Edgar W. Nye.)
"Anxious Inquirer," of West Tcstel
waite's Crossing, this state, writes to
know authoritatively the several names
and table of distances between the
various wedding anniversaries known
throughont thi9 country, and also the
stationery and etiquette of the elite
which is customary. "Anxious Inquirer"
also adds: "We live plainly here in a sort
of hand-to-mouth fashion, but we are
great hands fur gayety, and my husband
would just make you die a-langhing when
. he gets to t utting np. Wherever he goes
he ia the life of the party. I call him Lit
tle Sunbeam, though he is quite good
size, anil has to have a new gore put into
his waistcoat every year. Whether it is
a barn raising or a revival I care not,
you will always find a group of surprised
and delighted admirers hanging about
my Little Sunbeam. We thonght of
having a tin wedding next season if we
could get an idea of how to go at it, and
quietly swap a few glad smiles and big
red apples for milk pans and a new tin
roof, mebbe, for the honse. He is just as
m poplar as he can be (that is, my hus
band is), and 1 am sure the folks would
come from as far back as East Turner
and Gangrene City. Flense- tell U9 all
about it, old man, and thus please one
who reads everything you write ami
treasures it fur years, inclose a piece
of ribbon for you to write your auto
graph on in indelible ink for our grab
bag. We have also wrote to Tallamadge
and Mr. Sullivan to favorns in the same
way. We asked Ingersoll, the lost and
undone combustible of an irate God, to
writea sentiment on a piece of silk for our
quilt, and he wrote on it in indelible ink
bo's to spile the block it was WTOte on:
" 'Why in the name of that ill venti
lated future state toward which 1 almost
hope that you are hastening do you ask
me to write my autograph on an old hat
lining? K. G. Ixqersoll.'
"The silk had been, 1 admit, the lining
to Little Snnlwtm's hat that he was
married in, but I declare I didn't think
that a man with as few privileges as In
gersoll has had would ever drop on it."
Marriage anniversaries are ignored by
some people, while others regard them
with awe and admiration. It is well
enough to observe them, especially if
you feel that yon are "poplar" with the
masses, and can get a good return for
each gob of cake that is ground into your
After you and Little Sunbeam had
been snccessfnllv wedded for one vear
you were entitled to a cotton or safety
pin wedding. Ion could avail your
pelves nf the anniversary to barter pop
corn for muslin if yon had so decided.
1 do not know that it pays. His Royal
Altitoodleuin the Prince of Wales told
me last summer in a bnrst of confidence
as we strolled out to the barn after the
marriage of his daughter, that his cot
ton wedding was really a loss to him.
Folks, he said, that had means, and had
credit at the store for all the sheeting
and spreads and such stuff that they had
a mind to bny, came to his honse on that
occasion, deposited in the royal archives
a penny wipe or a cheese cloth portiere
and then gorged themselves on the grub
of the Gnelphs till the cows came home,
as he expressed it.
After two years comes the leather
wedding, and in five years from the
nuptials comes the wooden wedding. A
clergyman friend of mine had a wooden
wedding in all sincerity and honesty of
purpose. Donations hail taught him not
to hope for anything more than kind ex
pressions and some new samples of hair
oil on his wall paper, but he loved his
congregation, and liked to show as far
as possible that even if he did feel a lit
tle more secure for the future than they
did, he was not disposed to refer to
it any more than necessary. Fie was a
good man, and he earned his salary just
as faithfully as he would if he had got it.
Well, he had a wooden wedding, and
his wife reversed the skirt of her black
dress and put in new waist and sleeves
for the occasion, and cooked up a whole
lot of wholesome victuals and bought
some Chinese lanterns with the money
her folks had sent her to buy other things
THE PKINCE OF WALES TOLD ME.
with, ami she skipped nronnd for days
warbling such mirth provoking songs as
"I Stood on the Bridge at Midnight," and
other ballads that were too depressing to
. be wicked.
"Dii"yT-Jfisnl, and tbjn at last came the
evening tide itud quite a number of peo
ple, who looked with a keen, searching
glance at all the parsonage projierties, as
who shonld say we paid for this and we
have a right to see what is leing done
with it They put up their horses and
came in. They shook hands with the
pale pastor and presented l:im with a
Quite a good address was made by Mr.
Earnest I'm terson, who did not fel able to
give anything except the address, so they
let him off with that lie went on to
state how it waa emblematical of the
paator's, upward tendency, andclosed
whh a fittlnsr tribute to the n ti.i nr'a crrwl
qualities and the general advantage of
being born in the land of gospel lights
and privileges a contrasted with
heathen lands, where people do not read
the papers, but persist in being born
at points where it ''is inconvenient and
expensive to send the Rev. Samuel Jones,
of Georgia. He seemed to express a
hope that he would ultimately meet the
pastor in a land where parting would be
no more, and where the elder would be
required to give an account ot his stew
ardship, also to have the above step
ladder with him in good order, or ex
plain why it was not in good order.
The people then played some games,
ate what cake they did not feed to the
children in the pastor's bed, broke a leg
off a hair cloth lounge and propped it np
I HAVE A PRINTING PRKSS.
with the encyclopedia, drove their teams
over the cucumber vines and went home.
He died last year, just before time to
celebrate his tin wedding. I have al
ways believed that a porterhouse steak
would have saved his life. His congre
gation submitted to the inevitable and
got another hardier shrnb to take his
place. Possibly they got an orchid.
The tin wedding occurs at the tenth
anniversary. At twelve years silk and
linen are the general characteristics. At
fifteen years comes the crystal, at twen
ty the china, at twenty-five the silver
wedding, at thirty pearl, at forty ruby and
at fifty the golden wedding. The seventy-fifth
anniversary is called the diamond
wedding, but very few succeed in getting
that far hand in hand.
Your job printer will show yon what
style of invitation to issue, so that you
will have no trouble in regard to that
As regards refreshments yon must use
your own taste, and conform somewhat
to the customs of the place in which yon
live. Some just pass around the victuals
say about 9 or 10 o'clock, and let her go
at that. A good idea is to avoid so far
as possible going into perishable grub.
Get things that will keep, and then serve
after you have run your eye swiftly over
the gifts. A friend of mine got all ready
once to feed his guests with the fat of
the land, but after seeing the layout lie
sliced a watermelon nnd went to bed,
leaving word in an audible voice for the
butler to turn off the gas as soon as the
guests went home.
It was a crystal wedding, and he told
me that eight of the guests clubbed to
gether anil bought him a glass marble
with a little mud turtle in it. At first
he thought that he would seek relief in
the false joys of rum, but Liter on he
yielded to better counsels and bought a
resent for one of these friends who was
about to have a tin wedding. It was a
thing to use in tearing off checks, and he
made it himelf out of an unsoldered
oyster can. lie also got the entire list
of guests to unite with him in the ex
pense. This did much to break up the
custom of exchanging cookies for carved
furniture, and prnne sauce and a glowing
welcome for a sot of solid silver or cut
The Prince of Wales told me that if
he had his life to live over again he
wouldn't go in for any of these thincrs.
In fact he had a tin wedding against his
better jwlgment, he said, rather than
have any trouble with his mother. She
favored it and thonght it would pay,
hut it aidn t. Ho says that the wav
board is now it takes a good many long
handled dippers to pay for one of these
I have written the indelible autograph
on the pieee of silk sent me, "Anxious
Inqnirer," and return it to yon along with
the odor of benzine which accompanied
it here when I received it. Use it wise
ly, nnd may it enhance the grab bag to
such an extent that in futnre years
when your sons shall write home from
the penitentiary and give their autobi
ography they may point to this auto
graph and this grab bag, and say that it
was then and there that they first learned
the joys of gambling and of getting by
chance what they might not by purchase.
Should your printer be unable to sup
ply you with the appropriate stationery
for your anniversary I will be glad to
do your work and furnish you with
what yon need. I have a neat little
printing press, which I secured by get
ting a new subscriber and thirty-five
cents for a paper which desired to ex
tend its circulation so that it could do a
good deal more good than it had ever
been able to do before. It is a good
little press, but is really better, I find,
as a cider press than for printing. It is
too earnest and too desirous of making
a deep impression, I think. It would be
a good machine to prepare reading mat
ter for the blind, because it can be read
better on the back than on the frtmt,
and easier by touch than by sight 1
had intended to touch briefly upon trie
great solemnity of the marriage rela
tions and the horrors of married life,
but I find that I have not the time or
space for it
However, I may say in conclusion,
that marriage, if not carried to excess, is
a wise provision and a sacred obligation.
Marry your opposite so far as possible,
especially as regards sex. Yon will
never regret it If possible marry
abov9 your own station. Both of you
ihei.ld do this. It is sure to advance
your race. Do not marry a foreigner un
less highly indorsed by those in whom
yon have perfect confidence, or unless
you want to very much indeed.
Do not encourage long engagements.
It is better to get weary of each other at
your leisure after marriage than to fly
around and do so leforehand. Court
ship, however, is a most delightful in
dustry, and should not le rashly broken
in npon by marnape. Some people seem
to le admirably fitted for suitors, but
fail in other occupations. This is very
unfortunate indeed. No snitor can be
sure of a iermanent situation. The sup
ply greatly exceeds the demand, but
good husbands and wives are none too
If the United States government would
establish a standard of excellence for
suitable husbands nnder HO, and able,
amiable and sensible wives under the
same age, and award a medal to each
and a purse annually instead of oiling
the thorax and patting the back of capi
tal we would never have cause to regret
it. Wedding anniversaries containing
popcorn and presents of course are with
in the scope, jurisdiction and prerogative
of those who are interested, and may be
encouraged or frowned upon as best
suits those who may or may not be will-
ing to place themselves In a position
where the positive electrod j of pie and
angel food may be applied in such a way
as to connect with the electrode of pin
cushions and congratulations.
Yon can suit yourself Ar xious Inqnir
er, but as yon gaze fond yon the tan
caster which marks your si) ver wedding.
and dig the jam out of your hair on the
morning after your annivc rsaryf please
do not shake your mucilaginous locks at
me and say I did it, for I di 1 not
KEV. COOL COMPLIMEKTED
The Former Boek Inland D ivine ttlvra
KonalBK rare well by the, A.O.I'
W. tidxs) f Peoria.
Rev. P. A, Cool, for a number of years
presiding elder of the Rock Island M. E
district and for the last two years pastor
of the First church at Peoria, which he
now leaves to go to Pontiac la obedience
to an assignment made b? the recent Cen
tral Illinois Conference, was tendered a
complimentary farewell by the A O U
W. lodges of Peoria last Friday night
The Transcript reports the af 'air :
The huge amphitheatre at Sylvan Park
was crowded from the gas 1 ghts to the
roof last night with Workmen, their wivi
and friends, representing. the nine Work
men lodges of this city. The mass meet
ing look on the nature -of a farewell to
Kev. P. A. Cool, pastor of the First M E
church, who is to lesve this ci'.y for Pon
tiac, the new field assigned lim by the
recent conference liev.Cool is an ear
nest member of the workmen lodge, he
longing to Black Hawk Lnrigo, of Rock
Island. Since coming here he lias i lenli
fled himself with the order and the love
felt for him by his lodge fellows was
strongly evidenced last niht by the
itiousamis wno came to bid hua farewell
and listen to his last address.
The seats were all Ailed by 8:30 o'clock
and the exercises opened with prayer by
Kev. Uool after a brief talk bv C. li. Kel
lar. Past Grand Master Work m in of the
S'ate. After the prayer Mr Kellar briefly
toia annul tue order ot Workmen
Mr. Keller then introduced Rev
Cool, and the audience gave tho reverend
gentleman a round of applause as he
stepped down to the footlights arid
opened his remarks with a humorous
story. He prefaced his remarks with a
pleasant illustration of water seeking its
level through tortuous passage. If more
water was added at any point a 1 the wa
ter would rise. So with mankind. The
common level is raised to a higher plane
as the world advances and as iood men
give the other men impetus. The world
i growing better all the time, and the
plane of mankind is growing higher. Oae
evidence of this was ibe formation of so
cieties for the betterment of the social
condition of man, and for the care of his
family after his heart had ceased to throb.
No one ever heard of such a. society
among the Hottentots. It was the out
growth of a higher order of mer., an evi
deace of greater intellectual develop'
He touched on the great question of
labor and capital, and said all men were
interested in solving it, be they workers
with the bands or with the bead, or both
He was not disposeil to find fault with
great railroads, factories or steamships
with enormous wealth behind them. He
was tdad he lived in a country where such
things existed, and existed on a majestic
scale. There was also an evil in the
centralization of money and that the men
who worked for the monopolies were
forced to work seven days. One by one
their rights were taken from them until
they were no lonffer independe nt. As
long as he had a voice, a brain and an
opportunity, be proposed to stand in his
weak way as a champion of the tights of
men. lie said these great questions
would he settled by the body of tse peo
ple, by the conscience, integrity and
hearts of men who work ia the su p3 at d
and at the bench.
He closed his magnificent orathn with
a glowing tribute to the order which
brought tears to the eyes of many in the
house, who had felt a brother's hand in
deep affliction. He said he was g ad that
bis last address in Peoria was to brothers
who were brothers, to men who believe
in working with the hand and ham to
eether. It was one of the finest addresses
ever made in the city and every word of
it came from the heart of Rev. Cool.
Mr. Hollar, on behalf of the lodges,
presented Rev. Cool a beautiful bouquet
and the meeting was adjourned.
Oh How we Knvy t-'alrfleln.
Fairfield has a jewel of a street com
mit-sioner. Commissioner Strong is an
in valuable factor in our city authority
tie is the right man in the right place
Fairfield streets are the best gradm and
smoothest of any in the state that f.re not
paved or macadamized . Mr. Strong al
ways sees that repairs are done oi side
walks.sewers and roads as are needed, and
be keeps tbem up. The prospect at the
first of the week was that the streets in
the city would be rough during the fair,
but a force was at work with the s-.raper
and in a short time all the principal
streets in the route to the fair ground and
city were as smooth as could be dt sired
Fairfield, (Iowa) Journal.
There is more catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases p it to
gether, and until the last few yeart was
supposed to be incurable. For a great
many years the doctors pronounced it a
local disease, and prescribed local reme
dies, and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment pronounced it incur
able. Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market It is
taken internally in doses from ten drops
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon
me moon and mucous surfaces of the bts
tern. They offer one hundred dollars for
any c-.se it fails to cure. Send for circu
lars and testimonials. Address.
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t8old by druggists, 75c.
tern, on Thirty-seventh street, for tale.
uu uiuuiuijr iiBvuieuin. a. u. lifJTEll
A Reprieve for the Condemned.
Wretched men and women long condemurd to
suffer the tortures of dyspepids, are filled -with
new hope after a few does of Hostctter's Stomach
Bitten. This budding hope blossoms into the
frnitionof certainty. If the bitters is persixtea In.
It hrine" a reprieve to all dvsieiitir- who --l it
aid. Flatulence, heartburn, sinking at the p t of
and in-nmnia of which chronic indigestion is the
viic rujiuau;u in:iHiKfl meals, me nervou4 ireir nr.
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Most beneficent of stomachics 1 who ran won ir
that In so manv instances it awakens eratef ul elo
quence in those who, benefitted by it, speak vol-
uuutnijf m iu neuuii ii requires a graphic )ien
to describe the torments of avsnensla. bm in
many of the wmttmonials leceived by the prop -ie-tors
of the bitters, these are portrayed with vivid
truthfulness. Constipation, biliousness, muscu
lar debility, malarial fevers and rheumaUsm are
relieved by It.
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Bume cM-iuBive control cm our Dullness ana ap
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Undertaking and Embalming
SImick Block, No. ns 80th St., Rock Island.
Having nnrchased a mmnlete line nf TTnirt1r.
ing goods, with hearse and anpuartennces, and
having secured the services of Mr.llm. K M.
of Chicago, an expert funeral director and em
balmer of 12 years experience, I am fully pre
pared to guarantee satisfaction.
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JOTICK OF FINAL 8ETTLKMKXT.
Estate of Sherman O. Elliott. Tlcceased.
Public notice is hesehy given. That the under
signed. Ashley W, Elliott, administrator ruin tfi
la mento anaxo of Mhermau O. Elliott, deceased,
has this day filed his final report and settlement
as such in the county conn of Kix-k Island county,
and that an older line been entered by raid court
approving the enid report, nnless objections there
to or cause to the contrary be shown on or before
the firs day of October A. D. 1H90; and npon the
final approval of said report the said Ashley W.
Elliott will ask to be discharged. All persons in
terested are notified to attend.
Rock Island, III., Aiimi-i 8m 1800
AM1LKY W. ELLIOTT.
Administrator rum tttlamento unu.ro ot Sherman
O. Bllioit. deceased sept 1 d !!
Ettc of Itarlnra Kiss, T)eceped.
The Dtidersitrned, having been appointed Ex
ecutor of the estate of Kari-ara Ki?s, late
of the county of Kock Island, stale of Illinois,
deceased, hereby pives notice that he will
appeal before the county onrt of Hock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the city cf Kock Island, at the November term, on
the First Monday in Novenibcrneiit, at which time
all persons having elainis against said estate are
notified and requested lo attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 15th day of September. A. D.. 1S00.
sepl(id3w JOHN KISS. Executor.
Estate of Charles Dnnn, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istratrix of the estate of Charles Dunn, late
of the connty of Rock Island, slate of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Kock Island comity, at
the o trice of the clerk of said court, in the city of
Rock Island, at the November term, on the first
Monday in November next, at which time all
persons having claims against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend for the pur)ose of
usvniE tne same auiusten. All persons indented
tosaidestate are requested to make immediate
payment to me undersigned.
Dated this Itith day Beotember, A. 1. 1' so.
CATHERINE A. DUNN, Administratrix,
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located in
In the past six months he has successfully
Of the most severe character.
The nahiee of a few who live in Davenport an
vicinity, who have been successfully treated are
given oeiow :
Mr A L Pain, Mrs Mary Watson, rhemnatism
Miss Lizsie Vance. Mr .Inhn Soeiker. raian-h
miss Anna Isvi. Mr Wm Ssnkevr. semfnlar Mr.
a n rt iciirr, .ir r i. ma onusmer. nesn. uiease:
1 A . .-. .1 . I . . ,.
airs r ntarsnau, (11 years standing) pil
mr amnel Siielees, (is ) piles;
Mr Isish Doty ( ? itHer;
nJ nci'iii. a snrm, wnn Munson,
rmiKunves. n la nciinuiR lull. . It 'i'lwimi,.tnn
These are a verv few of the manv t.-tmi..i.i
the doctor has, but they are ensngh to show what
can be done by one who thoroughly tuiderxtaiida
inr rauae ann ireamient oi aiseass.
rCT'Losa of Manhood. Seminal WmIhi-m. nil
"wnt OI loom. DOSUlveiV ana lArmanentl
HrTossitivelv no case taken that mi not K
cured. Correspondence accompanied by 4c ia
lamps promptly answerea.
Office McCullough's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
-ALL KINDS OF
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stores with Castings ot 8 cents
A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done first-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
WHEN YOU ARE READY
XA natn Sk aRklaaau-. m m .
nano mstroment, fna will oonsuit your own best in-
"""" s nr ktos and prices.
-,;. , ."""T T" that It Is alwsys
E;i.dJ J""" '! t house f establish! repi
i?i.?I , " r lrn such a h.
iJUfT1" PR," qnalitT e.sidered. and
.T " " n. v o aeu IDS nest In
StrunmU hi the market at the loam. nri ., ..
Pi a tom.it all tass and purses.
Our exhibit includes ancn makes as
The Pecrles Kaab.The Artialir Krmmmm.
Tbe Papular Kisrher,
The New Ea.laa. aad Prase Ilaeee.
Jbr particvlart call on or riir
ImiMTtH ahrilliiuittnuiBpttruHi-ir i tbrfcsn. R-
mom ail pimpim, Irwkttj kiuI rtM.lortiona. Vm
in ntampd by
fcureiuresif Chicag0. ms. ciarkst.
The fiegulai Old-Estjiollsnea
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEOH
h still Treating with the Greatest
SKILL and SUCCESS
Chronic, toons and Priratc Diseases.
-NERVOUS DEBILITY, tost Man.
hood, Failing- Memory, Exhausting Drains,
Terrible Dreams, Head and Back Ache and all
the effects leading to early decay and perhaps Con.
gumption or Insanity, treated scientifically by new
methods with never-failing success.
S-SYPH1LI3 and all bad Blood and Skin
Diseases permanently cured.
-KIDNEY and URINARY complaints.
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases of the Gemto-Urinary Orpns cured
promptly without injury to Stomach, Kidneys or
Sf No experiments. Age and experience
important. Consultation free and sacred.
aVAH correspondence is sacredly private.
FortyYears' Practice enables Dr. Clarke to Guar
antee Cure in all Cnrable Cases of Errema.
Srrofula. Syphilis, Kladder and Kidney Dis
eases, Lesrorrhtfs and female Trnahles, Liter
Complaint, Catarrh, all Illuod, Mia aid Her
No matter who has failed to enre you. WTite
Dr. Cl.irke a full history of your case. Hours,
b to 8; Sundays, o to 12. Call on or address
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St., CHICAGO, ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED !
Sy A WhypayblKfeestoquarkswhenthebest
afni medical treatiuentran be had forreaaon-
3 able prleesof The rernt'hemleaH'o.. pre
S I Pared from the prescriptions of Inr. Will
m aaaaaji tams.a physieian of world-wide repute f
nllllC Utli snnerinK inim neminal
UUHO MLfland Nervous Debiluv.
Ijoss of Memory, Pepindencya etc..
tniin early infllaewHinns or otlier causes; also
llinni k HCFll UPN wno exjnerH-e a weaaness
MIUULC'AOLU MCN Inadvanceot theiryears.Kid
nry and Bladder troubles, etc., will nnd our Method
of Treatment a Safe, Certain and 8peedy CL'KK.
eClllllll DICTII I CO Kxperlenceprovestbatln
OCM I HAL lAO I ILLCO, tenia! medicines aba, will
not cure tne above ailments, iir. Williams.
bo has Kiven special attention to these
diseases for many years, prescribes 8eml-
nsi i-astilles wmcb act directly npon tne
diseased organs, and restore vlftor better
than hlomai-h Medicines, as tbey are not
changed hytheitastrieiulce and require no
HOME TREATMENT from l.stoKiidays.
oimtinK from .UWt.lf,.ll, nsed with nn
falllnir minHMfiimvtr Ihtrtv vmh In 11.
Williams' private praeti-e. Olve them a trial.
PPHFIP II n 01 fortheKMneysandBladderenres
OILWItlU rlU.01 recent cases in one to four days.
UTERINE EUTROPHIC UZZ!Z:ut
Call or write for Catalogue and InfonuaUoD before
Oousultina? ot hers. Add res
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO.,
189 Wisconsin Street, MILWAUKEE, WIS.
OR. Lai. WEST'S
SERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT.
KporilV for Hysfortii, Itizxino. I- its. K.;'nt;rin. Wk
fulMtsss, Mental lfpiff-,Hn. tier.iiiT -t ii lititin. r--iiiiin?r
i: ino.-tint v nnl Imi1i ! mi v .lt-av ami
If ith. Pi-'fii.ln 01ii Atf rennt- . .("?r. ,, lnv r
itlt'l.hc:' sex. ln-o1iintnry I.oj--s. ant Smt:i !? hai
ail-tl liv OTr-site f tmu oi the brain, m-iltl rjie
o'i-iutJulir nft. h lox WMiatn- uno momliV ircnt
mi!t. $1 aImx. or tilt for wnt l.v m;Ui .r-,,tU.
WU -fi'h niT for MX Imix.-h, will sentl ton tm-cr
;ri:u .uiti to r.'fiiml nom v ll Ihr trvtilint-iil laiU lo
fUii. HuAi&ntMn iM.uttl i;tl fa-nuino mitl ouJy by
UARTZ A BAHNEN,
DTOusrlHt!!!, Sole Agents, corner Th.rd avenne and
Twentieth etreet. Hock If La ad. 111.
run ken Ness
Liquor Habit. .
am me wofut maes but oe cues
0RHMrfE5 GOLDEN SPECIFIC
It raa ke stvea I. a ran fnl, or tea. r la art).
eteaaT rtd. wntiont the knowledre of the patient. A
necessary. It ia absolutely harmlfva and will effect a
permanent and speedy cure, urhother ihe patient is a
moderate drinker oran alcrvhnltom.w.tr I r ks-x l-u
KI1.K. It opcrstca mo quielly and with sucli eer-
...... y .uai tuv 1'iurni iinaereoea no tnconvenienee.
aad ere he ia aware, hi, complete rroraaation is
uevwu. dwk oi pamcutara tree.
Marshall ft Fisher and T.
gists, Kock Island, 111.
The Great French Remedy for Suppressions
ana noniuiy irretrnianties.
I H i:.A 1. rfc.,A. 1 : 1 noi - T,
" . .'"v. . . 1 1 1 1 1 v n i , v i i ana,
France; guaranteed to accomplish all that is
claimed for them. Tone nsed monthly for tmnhles
pecnlisr to women Full directions with es
mi. i per hox or three I oxes for a.1). American
Pill Co., royalty propriet, Spencer Iowa. The
genuine pill obtained of otto Hudert, Elmstrret,
mra ipianu, jappe a, to., j'avvnjion, and or al
THE HOLIKE SAVIH63 UU
((Tiartod hy the Legislatnreof Illinois.)
MO LANK. - IILS.
Open daily fmn 9 A. M. to S P. M ., and on Tne
nay ana Saturday bveninas from , to
Interest allowed on Desposita at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
fKCCMTY AST AOVANTAOKS.
The pfTvate proerty of the Trustees is rcspon.
slhle l the detswltors. The officers are prohibl
ted rrom norrowiuit any of Its moneys. Minors
ann mamea worn- n protected hy special law.
Osnrra. U TT To... M o : , . .
' "n.w-,,, , ri'PMjrTll : tOB
rSRKiNNa, Vice President; C. F. HaaaNWaT,
Tbusttbs: S. W. Wheelock, Porter rJklnner,
C. r. Hemenway, J Silas Leas, O. II Edwards,
Hlraro Darlinp, A. S. Wrltrht, J. s. Keator, L.
H. HemenwaT, Vitxthum.
tr-Theonlycharten-d f -tvlnps Bank in Roek
-HAS IKYSKTID A-
which does Its work in a thorough manner.
atTT thr.sonr.nl. a. ; -
all onnoxionftsmellA. For Kale at Emil Ko bier's
Prick 50 Cents per Bottlb.
HOMES AND LIVES-
By nsln(r A. F. Schmid's, the pioneer resi
dent Lightning Kod dealers celebrated
which he keeps constantly on hand. Any job, to
"""i "" raimpucaiea, anne in the most
scientific manner. Competition in
prices andqnality defied.
A. F. SCHMIDT,
No. B2I Twentieth SU. Kock Island,
R. R. TICKET
(If ember American Ticket Brokers Asstn)
Ukduoej Rates to all Points.
OFFICE In Adams Express Office nnder
BOX.B AOKKT lOB
The Pope Mtg Oo.-B Bicycles. Ladies and
Children's Bicycles a specialty.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO 'f
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and IS Maiden Lane, N. Branch: n,,!-.'
Ind. ror sale bj T H. 1 horns s, Drarciai, Rock
Island, 111. aep.!deaa
. imiin-i.M. .,.
j. b. zimmer;
-THE WELL KNOWN-
Has jun rerumed from Europe ami woulil be pie md to ftre his tri. nil- nl
bis place of tusinees in
Star Blocs, Opposite Hakpkk House.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
for 1890 91 have boon received.
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
o m:m- . r-:
Chbapkr than Phixgi.ks
Has opened his New and Spacious
No. 1620 to 1626 Third avenne,
where he would ne pleased to see his friends.
PAll kinds of drinks as well .. Al. an r-,. .j .v . . ,. ..
nni- . - - . - "
only place in the city w be e you can get it. Koast
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2606 Fifth' Avenue. ROCK ISLAM
tyNew itoie,ncw stock, the best Roods at the
House and Sign Painter.
First-claas Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. O. Box 672.
BABY Seuv'erIo FREE
to pium ut Ut tmird bum. ka. hmbm
Jiunfwn, HmttIw. KaUtHkM aixj Otrto' Tney.
or mar m wi-!- pne Mat
C a IX difvet ttom L . Kpuwrt tm
tary. (91 W. MMitw St.. (Wifn. tJ to
Mftd. IUtS Sc. rin ft wmW
ft. Thr UrvaM frlnrr in w wnrtaf.
una mm HMtwit- oon h4m ordrf
o w M oUind tn fern at Imm and nt daotO wnm for
ko. i-ny-wuri etttw. will mm tMwl tnm is orHrr. for
tAmot UDfcolrUnnat taMmh mmA aa ! sata.ns fUamel tte
Nm m pw utmmm wa mmm mm
MAUal A. a. aw
Call or mmmS for rUvmlar cvmtaUUnff
UimoHmarvvloac-arr jf Coovamp
tlncr Brrtt ltoMM. SrrofmlA,
txh. Tnmom. Stomaeli TronblML ete..
fTnr"W2!l-?iIir7Wher KirROIlI EUXKB
a.-- ! -"gTXZZV: Iftcorrhr....tth.t.s
RII3 PflPEn samilv Qroi"-1
K3i. . . f .. ti . lu.
i Cor. Third arena and Twenty-first St.41 -t
. 0 Qrocerie. that wfll be U hweat llrtr., nHr- . AbuMUi
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We guarantee every ore perfect, an.l , t-.j i , .
Twenty day'e trial, to responsihle nri:. -
Safety Heating Doiler tinil Cnnlrari..rs f. .
fiimibino; an.l Iitjins Wl r, htnl
Hock I.alanii. I iu i'i'
Telephone 1148. Residei.cc 'l !. Inn
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T. II. ELLIS. Ko.k Man.J. n .
lttKi) Cor. Fonr eenlh St an.! . c-" .'.
1 - " "" nic wrii Known orina ti -i ' i inn a.i,
Beef Lnnce every day from 10 lo vs.
lowest prices. A share of oatrona.-e soli. ltd.
Shop Fourth Ave. bet 1st and Sid Sts.
J. M. BUFORD,
Ttea Va a-'.d Time-triad :'capar.vv
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
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lev IRHlVf Wc m;fio
t ho leniiniir ihii"1!
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