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s7ZZ and Miscel
t7eaU rted on. day at lo
B"at.o Per word
PTnaiTM lines in
i, jiw-lry. ana in"'""-
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P''" ddr8 J. I. s.care
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w nrI,T,ental tree,
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'!'-J "orlvi WumH.
! ' I .n..t tirt bake to
V!L!J&. t in the world I ;
'r one-naff with order.
iit rthr rwn. did
"1 llww Cowt. 5 Myrtle
. . hr iittT and a nei-
i" .VLiin.lT oc:'n Put away as
. a n-T't1! K'UKfct 'J J .
I-' ... article a in me
..foro:if a"L ', ...i,),., for the pnoe of
(1 V"fM;iforpekioitor shipping
Vflu,tl,r?f wife of the celebrated
,wtn. no. s v. -vs. y. :
Pi-f5:. '.j Myrtle avenue. Brook-
acation Over !
: for Work
3i7' we:"' 1 larPv a.iiltions to tieir stock
in . vtry dipirtmeut.
nd?u;:i o' a" kinils, including
I'noyclopedeas, Etc ,
Best Goods at Low Rates-
i!jreau. amin other lme-tned ana well
fcn'Imjrince Company, of England.
taae.ier Fire ln. Company of N. Y.
3J.o femur. Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
tarter demnn Inn. Co., Rochester, H. T.
Id. Co.. of Pittsburgh, Pa.
fc: F:re Ofllce. London.
Zim lav Co., of (California.
w.if.ti Im. Co.. Sew B wen. Conn.
Lmiee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wis
taut Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
02 Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
'J. M. BUFORD.
Tm o-J Fire and Time-tried Companies
CCf ? Tin fH rrTiT wr i-.ai-w'
low tj lr.T reli-ble 'om-.My caa aSaadL
a-v. -1'-ronage la solicited. '
. j riT.l block.
Surety on Bonds.
,.'!" r" l!:'r"'l ,ri jr'e bonds in 'pul.
.it, i who de-ire to avoid aking
"'''r n reties. or who may wish
:"" " rr""i further obligations as
'.v in n .j desire boDda and
1 i.-.n. :n cour'. sbonld aunir
SETY rri'::'''; 4' the. AMERICAN
. - ,.CO., "f New ion. cas-h Cauital
' rV7 '.'1 're cirnlir on application.
E- uISBSRKN-ECJT Aeent.
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vuvikiVl A aU UWaUMVUI
PSMCRII-noi,, A 8PI01ALTT.
j. wnuiT. i jura sl
f ? M acknowlcdced
'he loaiit,,, remeilv for
t-onorrhoea A select,
i he only aaie reme,iyfor
unearrkwa or Wh ites
1 oresoribe it and feel
fcafe in rectnmendiuil
. J. STONER.M.D,
9014 by Drarariaaa.
Aa Interview with jr.i. m...
While i a Saratoga, a year before Josh
Btlhngs hed, we went np to my roou
and spent an entire afternoon on an in
terview. The interview was a mntoal
productio i, and was not to be published
Jt 1 o the public.
"Mr. B Uings, I commenced, "where
were you educated?"
"How eld are you?"
"I was born 150 years old-and have
been grow ing young ever since."
"Are yen married?"
"How many children have you?"
"What other vices have you?"
"What is your profession?"
"Agrict lture and alminasing."
"How tio you account for your defi
cient knowledge in spelling?"
"Bad srells during infancy, and poor
"What things are you the most liable
"Sermo as and debts."
"What professions do you like best?"
"Auctioneering, baseball and theol
ogy." "What was the best thing said by our
old friend Artemus Ward?"
"All the pretty girls in Utah marry
"Do yon believe in the final salvation
of all men?"
"I do let me pick the menr
In the evening Josh and I reviewed
the interview and pronounced it faith
fully rendered, and then he gave me the
following specimen of his handwriting:
ffus In Uii vorCct
AiS cthr Somnrf6&A&J&ys
Eli Perkins' Thirty Years of Wit.
Thought aa the Banker Did.
A bankt r. while talking to one of his
clerks, said, "Arthur, a man never
amounts t much in this life until he
gets ruarr; el."
"I thin k so myself, 6ir," the young
man repli ?1.
"Glad you are so ready to agree with
me, Arthr.r. for 1 have taken quite a
liking to j on. How old are you?"
"Plenty ol.l to marry, Arthur, and I
would advise you to begin looking
"I have been looking around, and I
have founl a young lady, and she has
promised to be my wife."
"Good. I hope she is worthy of you."
"I think she is, sir."
"Glad you think 60. Whs is she,
"Your c.aughter, sir."
The youag fellow does not work at the
bank now. Arkansaw Traveler.
J. S. Darrah,
The Hustling Twelfth Street
Is provided with every
thing good to eat for
a Sunday Dinner
All kinds of Cheese
Linburg, Brick and Green,
And evtry thing good in homa
A fine assortment of coffees and
Fine French sardines, best
Genuine imported Lucca oil
from Leghorn, Italy.
Potted t am in cans.
Potted cx tongue in cans.
Fine canned Oregon salmon,
just the thing for cold lunch.
Armonr and Gilmore ham.
Extra family breakfast bacon.
Fresh laid eggs.
Dried bt-ef in hunks for slicing.
Armour extract beef.
Canned corn beef.
Spring chickens dressed to
YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED
J. S. DARRAH,
THE 'ABGUP. TUESDAY.
The o, af Will be ,lan He laCetmlac
It cannot fail to be of interest to man
or our readers to know that H. A. Wales,
nt Bridgeport. Conn., has agreed to visit
Davenport Oct. 7, and will be at the St.
James hotel. Mr. Wales is the inventor
ot the sound discs, which has attracted
such widespread attention throughout
the civilized world, and to the use of
which is largely credited the decrease in
deafness shown ia the late census.
t. Lonu Fair and Vid Prophets.
For the St. Louis fair the "Burlington
route." C , B. & Q will sell Oct. 3 to 10
inclusive, tickets at one fare for the
round trip, plus 5(Jo for admission to fair.
Tickets good retarninpr to Oct, 18 in
c'usive. Oj Tuesday Oct. 8 for the
Veiled Prophet, r&tes will be one fir
for round trip without admission tick
ets. Return limit same as above. A
special train will leave Rock Island on
that date at 8 p. m., Moline 8 18 p. m..
arriving at St Louis 6:50 a. m., Rs
turntn? special train leaves St. Louis
11:30 p.m. after the parade.
H. D. Mack. Div. Pass. Agt.
J. E. Montrose. Manager
Wednesday Eve., Oct. 7th.
First production In Rock Island of McEee
Rankin's beautiful Artist e Drama
In five acts.
Introdnclng the well
known and accom
Miss Elanche Mortimer, -
and the Sterling Tonng
Mr, Undrew Mm,
PRICES-U. 50, 75 and $1.00. SeaU on sale
at Harper House i'harmacy.
Burtis Opera House,
THE SEASON'S ATTRACTION!
TUESDAY EVE., OCF. 6.
SPECIAL ENGAGE VEST,
Previous to His Tonr nt the World, the Great
Alexander Salvini -
SappoTted by MIS SELIN'A FETTER and his
own Compiny, n-.der fie direction of Mr. W.
Wilkison. in D'Ennery's macniScent romance,
DON OE3AR DE BAZN.
What Strmpe FantiStic Fe'low Have We
Hen?"' As presented by Mr. Salvini during the
I1 amens Six Weeks' n?a:ement at the Grand
Oiera Honse. Be ston, and he recent Memorable
Engagement at the Auditorium Chicago.
Sa'eof seaisop?ns Saturday at Fluk.'s. Prices
$!., fl, T5,5(,anl;5.
Burtis Opera House,
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
WEDNESDAY, OCT., 7 h.
A Play of Pastoral Purity.
"The on'y country p ay t: uring the Tn'ted
States with original cast and sc nic effects."
The Great Character Actor
in b i successful creation,
Of Bucksport, Maine.
Down East Village Life !
Same Four Funny old Yankees!
Saxe Backboard and Fast Horse 1 '
1'r ces-fl.00, To, 50 and 25 cents. Seats at
For MEN ONLY
YOUNG MENOLD MEN
BIT m THE T0IIS Or THE SEIPIDTS Of SISEASL
They mak. htrote .Sorts to fra. tbemsalTM,
, one not aaowla- bow to raccoifBlly
JSHAKE OFFTHE HORRID SNAKES
tarj (i,e up id d,pkir maa fisk iotoaoearlf
. rav. RlMniail.K:Tkr,kHUril
OUR NEW BOOK
ant frtw. pott-pud. (Mied)
for a llmlteMl UBCplsua
tb philOBOphr Of P1C4VS-
s uid Afflictions of th
Organi of Mu, Mil how by
by mcthoda xclnsivoly oar
own, the worst ramol
Lost or FHinf Mnboo4t
General and HerTomi D
bilitT. Weakneu of Body
and Mind. ESecUof Errora
or Excmwi, Btmntcd or
Bhmnkfn Or ft ant run Curwl. BfBflti tn a day.
Bow to Enlarge and Strengthen WEAK. 7M DEVELOPED
OBOAKB d PAKTB of BODY mad plain toall InUroetod.
Mo tsiifv from &t fitsc, Trrrnori- aud Frtco Countna
Y "u fun wrtf-thrr.. For Book, Till Tplnt,tin .vna prof". lilr-
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO.H.Y.
GOLD HSDAL, gASIS, 1373.
from which the excess of
oil has been removed, is
and it 48 Soluble,
are used in its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength cf
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore fr.r more
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocers everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass..
OCTOJ3ER 6, 1891
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 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
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
r w a shh mr m. m m m
Imparts taniUitjcraurii"V'Ky U trw rkia. R
1 mo Tea al! pimpea, Crrckk-s and dtrwloratlona tot
sale by al first-cl dratrtrra. or iuiiud for W eta.
ia stamps by
.al M fortnd oa
t' GEO. P.
KawsTaPU AP.sjtiiauia Bowao I0 8praos
f trect), where aaTer
t sixm contract nay
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
Carse & Co,,
The acknowledged leaders in
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue