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hi, renters in that famous, fascina
tini Eraiiie lawn tennis.
ji:t thero are women who cannot
,,,.tra;e in any pastime. They are
,i, lier.ie, feeble and easily exhausted.
They are sufferers from weaknesses
11:4 v..- - i - w Avuxaicaj
rLi.'U -ire accompanied by sallow
co.'aj loxions, expressionless eyes and
lr overworked, "worn-out,"
run - down.' debilitated tfnV,rn-c
niiliim-rs. dressmakers, seamstresses
ii-Lrirls,'' housekeepers;- nnronn
eoiik'1-s. ana ieeuie women eren-t-rn'Iy,
lr. Pierce's Favorite Prc-scrij'ti.-n
is the greatest earthly
b.i. ri. I-, in',' unequaled as an appe-onli.-il
aty I restorative tonic,
k's ' only medicine for women,
!;-! I ly dni2r!rist5, khcIt a positive
f!-,.f'.h from the makers, of sat
;:'a ! .0:2 in every ease, or r.-.or.ey re
i';;n l -1. This guarantee has been
iiiii-t'iiiy carried out for years.
n.r; mkted :th the geoqrafhy cf this country will cbt'
!.:- VJLUJ3U INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS liP OF THE
Oiicap, Boot Man! & Pacific By j
fiirrrt Tinuti' tr ami from Oiicsfi, Joliot, Ottawa,'
. l.a '.lt; Mi.hne, Rock Island, in ILLINOIS;
'. Siim-atm. Ortuuiwa, Okaloosa, D.j
. V. tuT. rt, Auilubon, narltin antl Counc I
In IiVA: Minneapolis and St. Taul, In MI
IA; WatiTtonn and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA ;
run. Si. J.)e.h nnd Km:vn City, in MISSOURI ;
a. Lincoln, Fairhuryand Nelson, in NEBRASKA ;
.n. I.inw.rth. nrton. T jKta, Ilun-liinson.
Ii..!eviile, Abilene, IKige citr, Caldwell. i3
A-; htnpiisuc-r. El Reno and Vir.co, in IXliIAS
: : 'I:V; Iwnvcr, Colorado Slimes and Tuebl .
;."IIAIh. Traverses new areas of rich farmii g
u'.i.K land., affording the best facilities of lnte
ini.ttu.in to all tovrni and citin east and wejt,
't an.l .mithwest of Chicago and to Pacific ai d
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
I. g nil competitors in splendor of equipmert,
' -' nrirAOO and IiE3 MOINES. COUNCIL
and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO aid
r.vr.l'.. ( "LOnAMi SI-RINGS and ITEBLO. v a
K'AXi CITY and TorEKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
!..-! 1.:-- Imwi 'inches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
' A:.- on ! I'nla.e Sleeers, with liming Car Servke.
Mi'Tti ,i.s at Iienver and Colorado Springs wl'h
railway lines, now forming the new ai.d
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
f'-'r wliich supertilr-equtpped trains run dally
THIlOfGII WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Sidt
Liui-City, Opden and Sm F"nclsco. THE P.OCE
!-:... M is alo the lUrect ana Favorite Line to aid
'"la Manltou. Pike's Teak and all other sanitary and
resorts and cities and mining districu in Colorai a
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
Fr-.tr. St J.)!i1h ar.d Kansas City to and from all lia
T mam tntrns. cities and sections in Southern Nebrasi a,
K ' ' " the Indian Territory. Also via ALI'.ERT
I-I.A Ri ifTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Wati r
Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. TAUL,
f :ir,,t ti-uip fnr nji iints north and northwest between
laxes ami the Pacific Coast.
' r Tickets, M.is, Folders, or desired informatim
t i '' to any C.mpon Ticket Office In the United Sta ea
or taua ia, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
CenT Manager, GenT Tkt. it Pass. Agt,
. CHICAOO. ILL.
WILL, be under the supervision of tae
Burlinjrton. Cedar Rapids He Northern
Kailway, V. J. MORRISON, Manager, aid
win be open for the reception of gTienta
June 15th in each year. Visitors will fl ad
1 3 first-class In all of Its appointments,
beintr supplied with pas, hot and cold
water baths, electric bells and all mode rn
improvements, Bteam laundry, billierd
halls, bowlin? alley, eta. and positively
tree from annoyance by mosquitos.
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
will be placed on sale at the commence
ment of tourist season by the Burlington.
Cedar Rapids & Northern Railway and
all of its connecting lines at low rates to
the following' points: 8pirit Lake, Iowa;
Waterville, Minneapolis, St. Paul end
Lake Minnetcnlta. Minnesota; Lake Su
perior points; Yellowstone Park end
points in Colorado.
Write for "A Midsummer Paradise" to
the General Ticket and Passenger Agent,
Cedar Rapids. Iowa; for hotel rates to
W. j. MORRISON, Manager, Spirit La Ice.
C. J. IVES. J. E. HANNEGAN.
Fna I ud Ora l tuft. (ta l IieiimH rul'f "
'"TVT i&ir: -t "VV"
IX LOFGRESS DEFENSE.
An Elt,rt t be 9iate to Mrear the
& Mollne Defaulter's Keli
A movement has been started to secure
parson or uoarles Lofgwn. Mho. as
iti 08 remembered, as a result nf
sociatioe with badcomnanv.
a breach of confidence with his empioy-
cere company, of Moliie. and
lurougn a systematic course or petty
swindling soon consumed sprri v-
Ired dollars of the company's money.
no w-s sent to Joliet for one year in Sep
tember last. For some time the eftnr,
obtain the young man's nardon ha h.,o
on foot, and now active steps are being
taken with that end in view. Since his
incarceration Lofren has oeen keeping
books for the officials, and he being I
origni young man was given this work
instead of being forced to associate at all
times with criminals of all classes. His
behavior is highly commended by the
His time will be out next September,
though he would probably be" released a
nttie oeforc that time on good behavior.
Should he remain in pruon till released
the usual way, he would lose his citizen-f-h'P.
snd it is proposed to save this bv
obtainicghis pardon. There are many
no doubtless 'eel that Lis punishment
Us t.c-n sudieicQily rt-Ht, hihI wiil Red
a telping hnnJ toward .'ifiint; the young
tiian up. ustouns him to ciiizenship, and
giving him h new s ort in life.
Messrs. C. II. Deere m,d S. II. Wlie
and other prominent ritiz-.-ns will u.-e
their influence to nbtainiag the pardon
and wili give letters recomrat;ndiDg bis
rtleise. Petitions will h. ririii-tH
wi'.hout difficulty it is.tuonnht that a
thousand signatures will be secured.
William A. Meese wi:l go to Sprinsjfield
and with Hon. G W. Vinton, who is also
interested, will Uy the matter before
Gov. Fifer. There are hopes Mr. L f
gren will be out ia six weeks.
The Iurriutoo Itrlrk.
The biick which Edwards & Walsh
propose to use in paving Fourth and Mo-,
line avenues is, as known, the Galesburg
brick of the Purrington make, and the
Dtmo?rat of Sunday morning speaks
thus of a recent test of it:
Mr. Walsh, of Edwards & Walsh, was
ia Chicago a few days on an e-rand that
has some interest for Davenport people
lie was sent there by Mr. Purrington, the
owner of the big Galesburs brick plant,
to represent his product before ths board
of public works. A number of other
t rick men and granite men were there,
and they all had good articles to sell.
Mr. Walsh took the flwr, a Galesburg
brick, and a mallet and chisel. He showed
the house that the chisel that would cut
'ie eraLite with ease and cot be harmed
by the contact would be marred itself
when an effort wts made to cut the brick
with it. That is the stuff we are getting
on our streets. It ought to be good
enough. Chicago will lay a large amount
Rock Island has no fears as to the
quality of the brick, any more than it has
of the Galesbunr. Bardolph and Rocs
Island brick at present down in our
streets. All have been tested here in the
most practical way and found not want
ing. Rock Island people are more in
terested in the coniracto 8 of the next
job just new.
In this c innection it may be interesting
by the wuy, to stale tht the city has a
stronger hold on the contractors than has
been supposed, saction 4 of the con
tract reading: "The work embraced in
this contract shall be begun within one
week after written notice so to do etiall
have been Liven to said El war is &
Walsh by the mayor, and carried on regu
larly and uninterruptedy thereafter."
The contract further holds that the work
shall be pushed as far as Thirty-fifth
Etrtel by December 31 this year atd com
pleted by December 31 a yenr hence. aDd
the contractors are subject to a fine of
$25 a day for every day of deliy after a
weeks' time after teirg ordered to com
niencjwork. The council ordered the
work commenced a week ago. The con
tractors ou:ht to be getting down to bus
iness unless they are anxious to help the
city Diy for the street intersections.
TnomJt Troupe, of St. Loui", Mo.,
now permnuently located hen-, will clean
the paper on your wal s, making it as
bright and clean as new, at less than j the
cost of repairing withouttaKingup Carpet
or moving furniture. We have had
years of experience in this cranch of bus
iness and guarantee satisfaction. Fresco
in oil or distemper cleaned as well as
paper. Satistactory references given.
Address or telephone Fourth avenue drug
store. Telephone No. 1065.
Cheaper than remnants or selling out
at costIt. Crampton &, Co. will com
mence on Monday morning at 9 o'clock
to sell sold embossed paper at 8 cents per
roll. Quick, or gone.
The Crowrj dininc room selves a better
niea. for 25 cents than any other place
in the city
C! THE MIS KEY OF IT.
Human wretchedness touches bottom in sea
aickne?8. Life is br'd a feuther'g weight by the
unfortunate afflicted .with it. Why endure its
atrocious internal convulsions when Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, relieves them instanterf Not
onlv relieve, but prevents. It Is iiot always on
the"'-brlnv" that traveler's nausea is experienced.
Bailway journeviiiK. ridirfr wilh oue"s back to the
burses or the l.icouiotive sometimes produces it in
super-sensitive sronytchs. Uostetter's Stomach
Bitters is always the prompt remedy. The mis
chievous properties of brtckish water the evil in
fluence of miasma, unwholesome ot unaccustomed
food excessive fatigue, whether bodily or mental,
the dypeptie tendency bred by sedentary pur
suits, the pernicious effects of exposure to ex
tremes of temperature or dampness, all these are
effectually counteracted by this genial perserva
tive of health. Cures also rheumatism, kidney
and bilious trouble.
TH AltGUB. TUESDAY. MAY 19, 1891.
WALL PAPER '
Fiit-ze aiid (MHng
We hive arranged with thates". Paper Hanjjers
and Painters in the city to take charge of our work.
Sa'israciory results can be relied on.
R. CRA2HPTON & CO.
For mm DULY
YOUNG M JEN OLD MEN
'A mi aiKrtaia lit ui&tA&t.
"I Thev mm.li. fc.mi, .. . ... ....
, but not knowing bow to successfully
CV.VSHAKE OFFTHE HORRID SNAKES
-'S- UK? S'V ID de.-tiair an.l Mi.k lcl n
srsie. WtHu LHKOK I Torn l HLLF11
OUR NEW BOOK
fnr a limited tfme."pi.MTi
tba philosophy of Dtaeu-
Orpana of Han, and how by
by method xclaa.vly oar
own, th nont wm of
Loat or Ftltnf Manhood.
Gaaeral and Nervoma D-
i cutty, wcakneia of Body
or xcaas. fitnatd or
Btininktn Or pan ran ! rami. Bc&tHt In & day.
now to e.d large ana DiraDfrioen wtik, unut vtLurtu
ORGANS dt PARTS of BODY mad plain to all intoraatod.
Men fMlifr from 60 StaiM, Trmtsripa aod Port) (to CouBtnen.
Y n c-in wrifr them Fr Book. full ptnti'n anrt pronr. tldrwi
rnir mm rniN a i nurri. i ava w
- t. ivi k. vi wmu ww. dw r rMUV,n. i
COLD 1S3AL, TA5I5, 1S7S.
iW. Baker & Cos
from which the exevps cf
oil liiis been removed, is
and it is Soluble.
are used in its preparation. It has
more than three times the stmiy:h of
Cocoa mixed with Starch. Arrowroot
or Suirnr, and is therefore f.-.r more
economical, costing less than o. c cat.
a Kfji. It is delicious, nourishinif,
Etieil-:hLlii:i, IZASILY IrIC, 1TED,
aail a Iiriraiiiy ad:q ti'd for invalids
as well as for perso:is in hf.-.H'a.
Gold by Crocers everywhere.
V,1. BAKER &. CC, Bs;:hsi!;r, Ka3S.
OH a-;. McHUGH.
- -(rent f"t tlie-
Columbia and Victor
the very beet wheel made.
Call and see
JOTICK TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed rtniroals will be received at the c'tv
clerk's oflke. K-wt If'iind. 111., until Monthly.
Juue 1, 13!1. ar 5 p. in., for the furnishing, erec
tion ana con-iruction a omu;ri(U system or
an eU-ctric p-ilic and tire alarm .
The number of alarm txes to re twenty, more
or less. I'cle aud suppor s will he furuii-hed
partly by the city.
Contractors ar required to put un said system
for trial subject to trie pluasuie of the city
1 he right to reject any and ail bias or oroposals
is hereby expressly reserved.
Rock Island, llh. May 1C, 18;1.
With t wnnrtrlnl rei
f i -4 ti cure inr t-oK
1 tli tnnssinni. Lot Muiih
Vniisniiina littt MiittVut.uT
Nervimnnenp. ail drain anri
m of nower. in 'itherKex.
jfo s sf or exewive u of tobaeru.
srporc and Antsa riNa. or etltniilnnts. which noon
to c rausea or touiiitu errors.
lead to old aire and insanity. KKV K ff.KI
jLake U Vhiesca. 1 per box. pwttpH.a to lor
For Bale in Pock Island by Hartz A Bahnsen.
Third avenue aud Twentieth etreet
BUY A BUFFALO
Wj-ominir lot. It's the cnininir dtv of Wyom
lutr. bus waterworks, electric lin-lit-. fiourinjr
mills. Located In the (Tardea of Wyominir
jyrodueed the prize iotato cn'p of the United
Hates in 1SM0 ror maps a ad further infor.
mat ion apply to
MANN & THOM, Buffalo, Wyo.
$100 And Upwards
CAN BE ItiTESTED I
A POSITIVE AND SAFE
I 5 per Cent
Dividend Paying Stock.
Full particulars and
Prospectus can be had
on application or addressing
S- L- SIMPSON. Banker,
64 Broadway N. Y.
We have just
JS?VVre invite everybody
CARSE & CO., have just what you want in a
comfortable, shapely, durable and cheap shoe.
ImD-trtM m 'Tiilmnl tranMoi-ercy to i be fkio. R
I moTce alt riiiiiIa. (reklt ana tlti-rotormtiuns- For
sale by all tlnt-rlaitUrU))rtnrt oruuuivd for M cU.
in stamps by
them in railroM eervioe.
Bend for circulars.
1CIFCDIDUV VALENTINE BROS .
ILLCDRHrni 13-u JiMSTuxi. wii
received the first shipment of
FOR THE EARLY-
Spring season of
to call and examine them.
The Pioneer Clothier and Hatter,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
THE SEASON FOR
j. x. dixojst,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
our new stock of
1622 Second Avenue
i i '