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A. B. HUESING.
,1 t ' ''- AND -7
other lme-tned un wen
iRSSTS" FlreJn- Company of NTy.
522J?t 5; 'CaMoraia.
gjewrtty 1m. Co.. New Hsvea, Conn.
oiA "rJ?1" lM- - Milwaukee, Wis
ermaa Wrt Ina. Coof Peoria, IU, '
Office Cot. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HENRY G. SOHAFFER,
SOFT A WD HARD
Office 1481 Second arenae, corner Fifteenth at.
Telephone No. 1089.
UNLIKE TEA & COFFEE GOOD FOR THE NERVES. f
ciaims 01 cocoa as a useim article ot Giet are steadily
winning recognition. Unlike tea and coffee, it is not only a
stimulant but a nourisher; and it has the great advantage of
leaving no narcotic effects Hence it is adapted to general
use. The strong nay take it with pleasure, and the weak
BEST & GOES FARTHEST."
X9Vah Hoctes'8 Coooa (."once tried, alwaya naec ") fo&vea no tajnriooe effocta on the
matrons arstcm. Itiano wonder, therefore, that in all porta of the world, this intaaor't
Cocoa ia recoanaeaaed fey aaedlcal Instead mt tea nnd coffee r aiaer
eoeaaa ar eaaealatca for dally aae by ehtldrea ora -ta. utile and lek.rlea
Tr. uism his m U8 Onu, Aulor via aOUTXa b ud tout m oCftr, M
w-w u as i aw m
THE POSITIVE CURE.
ELY BROTHERS. M Waxran 8U,NewTatk. rrfceeoctaj
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
1 1 and SteamsliiD
(Member American Ticket Brokers' AsB'tn)
Reduced Rates to all Points.
OFFICU - in Adams Express Office under
GRAND PALACE HOTEL.
81 to 103 North Claris Straet, CHICAGO.
Four Minutes from Court House.
Weiklt, $3.00 Tkafsiihts. 50c trr,
Restaarant by Chauipairnon, late Chicago Club Chef
POPCXAR TRICES, NEW HOCSB.
Cat thi out for further rjferencc .
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL C0'8
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and 16 Maiden Lane. N. V. Branch :Marion.
;n.d' ?.r,9ale by T H- Thomw. DruRpist. Rock
Wand, IU. Mp 2-l6m.
I Wit- mOKt n.imlnna - n
l n.n.nui t irunitiiii.
; t ion, Cuarer, Briirbt Inm-tw, Scrofula,
...trim. CTpBiiii.aKhiimttIi.tn 1'j.t.
rrb. TuTnorn. Momwh Tnmhtak eic
aff.T.f..i.r.f.tl,.rrlirr. RADAVS CM HO" KILt.tU
0.. I.... br..t..,. aJmm trU. CUllAbll. ALU
OXKAm THAJf SHnrautt.
Bend foT circBlar,
T. II. ELLIS, Rock Island, Bl.t
aelephone 1038; Cor. Ponrteenth Bt. and Second At.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proorittor.
1601 Secocd Avenue. Comer of sixteenth Siree - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lunch Every Day - i . . Sandwiches Furnished on Short Not!
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
Office &nd Shop Corner Seven teeath St. . . T) ! T .
ana Sewrjth Avecne, ' " i'di!'.i
af"All kirde of carpenter work a speciaUy. Plart atd est'maiefi for all Vine. f hitMT
fumlsbed cn aps!!caton.
B E L L' 5
The New Store,
1 1 1 and 1 1 y West Second Street,
Will place on sale
MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1891,
At 8 o'clock sharp to last for ten hours only, 5000 YARDS of STANDARD
CALIGOES, 10 yards of New Patterns Standard Calico, a package of A. Shrimp
son & Son's Helix Sharp's Needles, one long darner, one yarn darner, one wool
darner, one carpet needle, one button needle, one zephyr needle and one tape
needle to every lady customer who comes to the
BELL FOR ONLY 25 GENTS.
At the same time we have arranged with our New York importers to place
on sale b'00 PIEGES of HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES, in all widths, from one
cent per yard up.
111 and 11? West Second Street.
He Learned SometniDg-
The other windy day as a gentleman
stood on the Campus Martins waiting for
a car his hat blew oft and went skylark
ing down the street. He was gathering
himself for a run when another pedestrian
"Stopl sir stopP
"Eh? Speaking to me; what is it?"
'Stand still, sir! Don't take a step
after your hat!"
By this time two women, five men,
three boys and a policeman were in chase
of the hat, and it was not only speedily
run down, but the dirt was carefully
brushed off by the rescuer before he re
stored it with a bow and a smile.
"See? queried the pedestrian who had
T i mi rw v .
i uo. nanEs. ive learnea some
thing new." Detroit Free Press.
Edwla Booth's Farorlt Storr.
Edwin Booth, the melancholr Dan
is very entertaining when he enjoys a
brief convalescence from dvs-nerria
Here is one of the jokes he tells on
Fechter, who played a round of charac
ten in this country:
"I went one night to hear Fechterin
a melodrama of a tragic cast. In one
part of the play Fechter had to count
out money. He was very deliberate and
said slowly, "One, two, three, four, five.
and so on. The interest of the play was
hanging on the tragedian's having
enough money and paying it over to the
villain. He kept slowly counting, and
tne audience grew more restless and
anxious for him to finish. A Writ.tv arm
of Erin in the topmost gallery, getting
" 'Say, Mr. Fechter, give him a check.' "
New York World.
8UU Marching On.
Sunday School Teacher Who was the
Teacher Why, how is Elijah the old
Tommy Well, he was born 4,000 years
ago, and according to all accounts he
ain't dead yet! New York Herald.
The Flavor of Deceit.
Mr. Broadwater (the banker) Dey's
cufhuq gom on:
Mr. Knisht Cheat-In"?
Mr. Broadwater Yassir! da's whad'r
Mr. Kiiiglit How's yo' gwine t' prove
Mr. Broadwater Dem lozzenger chips
oo mine am au pep mint, an' I jeaa smelt
Bassairasn. uats how I proves it!
For Over Fifty Years.
w-. . .
rs. lYiosiow ; Sooininfj tvrup bae
been used ty millions of mothers for
tneir cbnrirfn wh la feethme. If dig.
t & i - - . .
uurteu ai cmniund croKen of vour rest
Dy & sick cbiM 6ufftr:Eg and crvinc with
pain of catting teclh nd a: once cd pet
a Dome o: -Mr. Uirslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teetLint;. It wfll re
lieve tbe poor little sufferer imnediitclv.
ueptna upon it. motnera. tnereiaoo mis
take shout it. It cures diarrhoe. reou.
lates tlifs stomach and bow Is. cures wind
colic, soften the gums, reduces icflra ma
lion and gives tone and enerrv tn the
whole ysm. -Mrs Window ' Soothlnj?
Syrup" for children teeifcinsc is pif-asant
toihe taste ard is the prescription f one
of the oldes and best female physicians
ana Durs.es in tne United State. S.ld bv
all druggists throughout the world- Price
twenty-flve cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup.'
Defined "What is the Four Hunr re
anyhow?" "It's a species of anti p very
A cold is simply a conptstion
of the Wood vessels. Tti tjre-
monitory pystems ar u feeling
of dullness. The usual reme
dy is to prescribe snme prepa
ration ot opium which simply
poraiyzes the organs until na
ture can repair the damages
Reid's German Cough and Kid
nev Cure etimulutes the circu
lation, aids the depleted eys.
tem, repairs the wasted ener
gies and overcomes the maladv
It is not necessary to wait to
obtain the good results. The
effect is instantaneous No one
can take a dose of this great
preparatien without at once be
ing benefitted The tired and
achitig sufferer racked by a
wasting cough and unable to
sleep is at once relieved, the
burden is lifted, the cough is
checked and he is enabled to
take the rest his system re
quires. No other remedy on
the market is at once so certain,
so Bure and so safe. There is
no poison in any of its ingre
dients, so that it can be admin
istered freely to the most deli
cate infant, or the most advanced
age.whi'e its qualities are so
great that it will cure the worst
cough in the most robust sys
tem. For sale by all druggists. 25
ond 60 cents
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
107 Main St.. Peoria, I1L
m 1 .
woman can take ami a van?ar) rn?,
gtalife cant vasb kr doies .
. lo perfeclioj? eJie fom.
?lMrbanfe Santa Claus So ap
N.K.FA1RBANK&C0. s CHICAGO.
tWACQUAOTTED WITH THE GrOCBAPHY Cr THE COTJ3THT. VIII ETn
MUCH VALUABLE E5TOR2IATIOT7 mnur a e-rrmv . L
TJY or Tin
uioosa, Des Uolnes.V intcrset, Audubon.Hftr.ao.and Counc.l
A M:nnearc;l3 unci St. Paul, in VIMXVc;nTAu-n..
3- In DAKOTA Cameron, St. Joseph, and Kansas Citv in
nana, Fairburr. tnd Nelson, In NEBRASKA Horton. To&IlI
THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY.
InrliiiHn w m (n i A. . . .
Missouri Elver. Tuo Direct Routo to and from Chicago. Joiiet. OttR-xa.
Peoria TaSb in Mni'wo ii n r ttmo n:r!' .9 ulu,i
Bluffs, in IOW
and Sioux Fall
ouiunson, v icnita, eneviue, ADilrne, CaldweU. in KANSAS Pond
T j , '"emu, iu vuuunouu. r iu.c itcumnir v -natr cars to
and from Chicago. Caldwell, Hutcniason. and Dodre CltyTaid PiSaceSS-n-JrfoTS
Chieso. Wichita, and, HutchirTson. Traveraea new
vaet areas of ncii farminar and RTacirur lands, affording' the best facilities
interwmxiiULrJ catiori to ail towns and cities eutaSd weL northwf
and soutnwest of CUicaco, and Paciflo and transoceanic Saaporta.
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS.
Leadinfr all competitors in eplendor of equipment, cooL well ventUated.acd
free from dust. Throuj?a Coaches, Pullman Sleepers, FREE RecUnine
Chair Cars, and (east of Slissourt Rlvert Dining Cars l5aJy 'between Chi calro!
gesojnes. CouncU Blutfs. and Omaha, witbi Free Reclining- Chair Carto
?e2 Vt?- JoseP. " Kansas ZitT and Topelta. Splendid Dtnit
?T .Ti ouiu 'ciki3 m ccoeKiiuum uoutb) wess or XtllSSOUTl KiVCT
California Ecurs10ns dily, with CHOICE OF BOOTES to and from sift
tTM?f aeaV roLPa. Los Anjrelea. and San Francisco. Tbo DIRECT
Htrd fro I s Peak, Manitou, Garden of the Gods, the Sanitari
ums, and Scen-.c Granccurs of Colorado.
VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
?H?np?.2ri,ln?,daily b-Ttyeen CTilcajpo and MinneapoUa and St. Fauh
Wiil.I?-5.?UGll Recll'?5 "air Cars (FRE to and fromthose pointand
Kansas Citv. Through ChUr Car and Eleeper between Peoria, FtMm Lake
Sl'Jux yaif yiaW;lc Island. The Favorite Line c i PlptoneVwi
GrndorNAht SUmmer nunUad'V
JSHORTIVE PEN EC A AJ.T5 KANKAKEE offers facilities to
5.T,tl,betwen Clneiran. indianapoU, Lafayette, and CoulBluC. it
fn Ijeae?rort Knsaa ClryMlnneapoUs, eidSt . fS
nm Jt?TT 1.a?5' FoldErs, or doeird informatJon, apply to any Ticket
Office In the United States or Canada, or address w -
E. ST. JOHN.
CHICAGO. IL.1. Oeal Ticket ft Ftm Aresl.
AND SAS FTTTEB.
AXD DKaLUt 15
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pip
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
J"Bet work at fair price. Ei titrates furciabed
Offlce and shop S19 18th St. Telephone lit.
CUAS. W. TERBURT. Mattrer.
Rock Island, 111.
COMPLETE IN ALL
FOR CATAUH1CES ADDRK"
J. C. DUNCAN,
Pr.iprinorof tbs Eracy Street
All kind of Cnt Flower C3DUat!y on hand.
One block north of Certral Park, ibt Urgt at lo la.
C J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 acd 1133 Fourth aveooe. Reaideoca 1119 Foartb avesce.
Flan and apeciBcatiooa f omitted on all claawa of work ; alao irrct of Willr-i P:t to
81idiog Bnada, oncUut.g new, atyUtb and dMtrablt.
ROCK I6LA5D. Hi-