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Lnatt M-coanicf Ins. Co.. Milwaukee, Wis
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f la Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
'1 M. BUFORD.
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SEPTEMBER 24.1891 a
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BRICKS OF BEER.
A Scheme for Carrying the Foam
injc Lager in Your Pocket.
One Haa4rrd Kinases or llerr Ccm
presard lata a Mm all Urlaklsc
cup-To Work, a Kevolattoa In
the Urcwlnf ladasiry.
"There are more things in heaven and
earth," etc., Siid tbe cranky prince of
Denmark to Horatio, but tte prince him
self would have be.;n startled and as
tounded had he live 1 in days so wondrous
as these of the l&tur part of the nine
teenth century, and had this royal crank
associated with ne spaper reporters he
could have drawn n3 breath without a
halt of astonishment. Sometimes, how
ever, the flighty bn.ins of these pencil
shovers light upon valuable ideas which
when given into tht hands of practic&i
men, prove benefici il to tbe world. The
latest of these has i .s origin in the mind
of a Memphis youtt as told in the Ledger.
He is sanguine of some success, and being
backed by a chemist of some repute he
will ere long give to the world a discov
ery which will have a serious effect upon
the beer gardens and public picnics of
the present day.
"My fortune s mi.de," said the fortu
nate reporter; "SIC.OOO a year and no
work. I'm in it this time, you bet, and
"No," he answered when asked if he
would care if the public knew of his
scheme, "no, I don't care. It's a snap, I
can tell vou, became some of the ingre
dients of the composition I can keep to
myself. It's beer, you see."
"No, I don't see anything of the kind,
but wouldn't mind blowing a little foam,"
suggested the reporter.
"Wait till I get out my patent "was
the reply, "and you can blow foam till
you crack four checks. . I tell you I can
compress hops si-eT Compress hops
into a kind of metal which I shall make
up into folding cups like these drummers
ase in the smoking rooms of sleeping
cars. These cupi are dissoluble from
the inside, and tt e chemicals H9ed in
compressing the hops act as a fermenta
tion. In fact, earn cup represents 100
glasses of beer. All one has to do is to
pour water in such a cup and in five
minutes the cup chinees it into beer of
the best bottled quality. I shall make
Schliiz, Lemps, Buiweiser, and, indeed,
all other kinds of cups. Think of it, my
boy ! A cup will c ist only 4 cents, and
brewers wont be In it with me. For that
matter, if you like beer you can carry a
brick of my compensation in your over
coat pocket, which is equivalent to hav
ing a brewery aboLt your person.
"What do you think of that, eh?
Haven't to do? I did count on four
days of work during a year, but my part
ner, another newer, aper man, didn't like
the idea ot work, and he figured so we
could hire a man to take these four days
oS our hands."
"Oh, I'm in luck." he sang out, and
with a hop,, skip ar d a lump he bounded
after a policeman to catch an item of
news. But he wi.l work no more when
bis patent folding beer cup is put upon
tbe market- "Thera's millions in it"
21 Lottie E Stevens to Olof J Linder,
lot 2. block 1, lleese & Holland's ad
dition, Mohne, fl0.
Reynolds Cemet:ry company to Robert
J Stewart, lot 1, b ock 8, Reynolds cem
R F Hubbard to William W Elliott, J
net. 19, 16. 3w, $5.74.
Charles Frea to Caroline Ziegler, w
lot 10. block 4. Bailey & Boyle's addi
tion. Rock Island, $1,000.
Charles W Bergquist to Charles V
Johnson, w 10 feet lots 1 and 3, block A,
Griffith & Co's addition, Moline. $1,100.
Charles Y Johnson to Hanna Bergqulst
w 10 feet lots 1 and 2. block A, Gnffi-.h
& Co's addition, Moline.
C F Hemenway toE A Luddington, lot
9, block L. Prospect Park add, 300
Marion V McC ibe to Peter P Rosen
berg, lot 4, block 7, Fairmont add, Moline
E W Hurst to L S McCihe and E H
Guyerto Henry Nelson, 1 3, block 1,
second Fairmont fcdd, Moline. $350.
E H G jyer to Annette G Kimball, lot 5,
Guyer'a first add, Hock Is'and. $400.
A G Kimball to E U Guyer, lot 3,
Guyer's first add, It k leland, $400.
E H Guyer to A G Guyer, lot 7, Guyer's
first add, Rock Isl ind. $400.
John Strahle to Peter E Wennberg, lot
6, block 11, Thompson & Wells' first add,
Rock Island, $1,050.
22 Charles O Wistrand et al, to Jonas
H Wistrand. lot 5, block 12, Pitts. Gilbert
& Pitts' twelfth add. Moline, $3 000.
Henry D Folson to Annie Wright, e 10
feet lots 1 and 2. block 1 , McMaster'a add.
Rock Island, $600.
21 E9tate of Sarah B. Cobb Inven
tory filed and approved.
22 Estate of C eorge B.Feaster Fin
al account of administrator filed. Heirs
and distributees a 1 present in court and
consent to apprcval of ssme. Report
approved. Receipts of distributees filed.
Estate clostd snd administrator dis
charged. Estate of Maranda Adamson Bond or
Henry Adamson ss administrator c. t. a.
filed and approved and letters of admin
istration issued t him.
23 Insanity of William Titterineton .
Hearing. Verdict insane and not a pau
per, and ordered committed to the insane
hospital at Jacks, mville.
LICEStED TO tTED
17 Bernard Backtr, Cornelia Kesse.
19Gcorge B. Husbmann. Paulena
Ross. Rock Islan 1. John Olson, Chris
tena Nelson. Mo:ine.
22 Samuel Blackwell, Celia Weise,
25 -James Ro)ison, Sarah Pearson,
Rock Island. Fiederick Dempsey, Rock
Island; Jennie L Mills. Barstow.
Subscribers to the lecture and concert
course can get their tickets at Harper
house pharmacy until next Friday. After
that date the sale is open to all.
Brick ice creau takes the lead and
Krell & Math take the lead in turning out
the finest, purest and best in the three
cities. Try them when you want some
thing nice in crei.m.
J. E. Montrose, Manag-er.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
THURSDAY, SEPT., 24TH.
Under the management of
J. H. HAVERLY.
S P H f at ItdrnA. T"T . .. . . m m .
SepLSS uuuae ruarmacy, iQeeaay,
J- E- Montrose. Manager.
FRIDAY EYE SEPT. 25th.
The Favorite German Dialect Comedian Mr
GEO. C. STALEY,
In his saccee-f ul Comedy Drama,
-A ROYAL PASS-
See the Great
S Real Working Engines
The grcauot Railroad scene ..sr ptesented
In this city.
A SCPERB COMPANY OP PLATERS.
NEW AND CATCHY SONGS.
Seats on sale at Harper Honse Pharmacy.
MISS KATE BYRNES.
Laces, Veilings, Gilt Trimmings,
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue.
C. O. D.
221 and 223
AL Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
: Shirt Factory :
We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
Prices as Low ss the Lowest.
Also all kinds of
1609 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
Over Looiiley's Crockery store.
BE A MAM
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
riRttci i. tmm i haieihiss is want
be uuuul vcre uciut for wtalwart wen thai
puaj dot.ai "inn rrr put ! i-,rri.
Ererr If A If can b STK0HO
nd vtOOKOUB la Ul r,pcti.
YOUNG MEN OR OLD,
sfferirif from KERV017S DE
BILITY. Let or r.illag Kan-
liood. Faveical Excels?., Mental
Worry, sionwd De-.,loFB.eni, or
axv PEBSOHAL WFARSEfS caa ha
rxtaral ta PERFECT HEALTH aad
tti. NOBLC VITALITT vf 6TR0HO
KEN, th. rrid. aad Fewer af Hatlsa..
We claim by years of practice by
our ex'Hiive methods a uniform
BfOnoruLY vr suvtaaa in ireai-
tnrall DLe.se, Weakaelae. and
AftUctloa. of M . Testimonials
from 6" States and Territories.
, a,e,lf BSAtf trf'l be mr Ire, sealed. poffl
OUR NEW BOOK paid. foraflmiteri lime. Set
it while Tea caa. Fall Ezplaaattoa. far HOafE TRCAT
HEU. Tea caa be FULLY RESTORED aa Taoasaaaa
aa.Teb.ea brae. aeeaearteetlmoBtala. Addreaeateace)
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. H.T
I tw us-
-HA8 DECIDED TO SELL OUT HI3
On that Account Our whole Stock of.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing-
To be Bought for
115 arvd 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Carse & Go.
The acknowledged leaders in
Now invite the public to inspect their new
fall stock, which is COMPLETE in all
departments. A CALF LINED shoe
for mens wear, and our
Boys' and Youths' Waterproof Shoes
are worthy of special notice.
Leading styles, large, variety and low prices
prevail in all departments.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
Iraiartn H-iUiatnt ramp.:.'j' to thefkii. it-
I mores all itimprps. fmakl itmi li colorations. For
I sate by U ..rylfjs drutrtri ta or niaul-l !ur oO eU.
in fTimij ny
ISaiUJ VII IIITWinKUIUKKi ao.waa
; .ay i foTmd an
KiwsFAna Airntmnis Bvuis 00 Sprooa
J. T. T3IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue