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THE JRGUQ. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1891
iooBwa& three lines in
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pi IA?f,."4r,.aul ail articles
dura '"-;', ond avenu.
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, .tfiy Two flra'-class
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" tTTTin iitftnt Honse-
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) f.V. .i J ornamental tree.
I... k ec. No experience
. ;;"' ; good pay.
-rT,,.. who cook and bake to
p-A", '.....kirs Stove in the world;
t.rmi. IP per ;nt-;I.-r
r one-half with order,
't, a'tLd Coles. MO Myrtle
kation Over !
lE;rrt.ct lonn.-e by day and a per
,,'. '.rt von can put away as much
"i,r article ' in the. average ward-
3 - : a uMMiH HPT LUC I'l JVC Ul
iW for paekine or shipping
wife of the celebrated
. C '-1, ' i uHii avt-nne. Brook
y for Work
if PM & CO.
.'wdlarze additions to tbclr stock
in tvery dep.rttcent.
dies of all kind, including
I'neydopedeas, Etc ,
it Goods at Low Rates-
i 0, HUESING,
'MJ1!a inni... Mha. m. .ftrt T.
fe ?:re Insurance Companiea he following:
wi biarance Company, of Bneland.
fc:::r Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
ti.cGer3iinlLs.Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
S:wer German Ins. Co.. Rochester. H. Y.
Imj bw. Co., of PiUKbargh, Pa.
nla. (.o., of California,
-sytot. Co.. New Hiven. Conn.
(bim Sechanicf lna. Co., Mllwankee,Wie
put rire Ins. Co of Peoria, 111,
fcsCor. IStb St , and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
I M. BUFORD,
OH Fire and Tlme-tH4 ConnsaiM
m PROMPTLY PAD,
' - any reli- ble romnany ca
Wtmi 0Jr Patronage U aoUulsd.
r'- Aval block. """-
pety on Bonds.
"J'awreqnircdto pive bonds in poei
? nl wlo deire to avoid asking
0 t)'OT(. rh.. . ....... tt 1
-re . ur woo may wiso
" ,r"" farther obligations a--..;?.
l!'""' " " 'V desire tonds and
fZtiicn ""J to thS- AMERICAN
"r,00:- N,w vork. Cash Capital
ptr t'V-r. rircnlar on application.
ecod avenue. Hock Island, 111.
F("rth Are. and Twentr-TMrd St.
th! V ? nowiedgeO
the leartmr remeriy foi
' ne only snie remedy for
- 7 Har n mue
1 oresc ribe it sod feel
fV ' In recommeDdiDC U
. . ""nerers.
A.J. BTONEB, If. D,
Layman I understand tbat'you have
devoted yur life to tho sindy of disease
Great Scientist (proudly) I have.
Layman Have you found a remedy
for any of them?
Great Scientist Well, no; but I have
succeeded in finding good long names
for them alL Good News.
Marion I thought blazers were ta
booed this season?
Mawhjnf Not tabooed ye know ha,
ha! but t arred eh? Not bad, eh?
He Was Excused.
There wjis a man walking up and down
the cabin on a Pavonia ferryboat the
other afternoon who attracted general
attention. He was short and fat and
well dressel. and he had a bio-
and two bi r watch chains, and he looked
neuner to the right nor the left as he
walked. Most evervhoilv thnndi
owned the ferry tine and the earth be-
Biaes, ana jooKea upon him with awe.
There W!.s one man. howsrpr vchn fla.
termined to find out about it. He looked
rather wild about the eyes and there was
a flush on Lis face, and nerlmTia Via V,Q.1
been drinki ng. He got up slowly, stepped
oui ami n utea the great man with a
wave of his hand and then said:
" 'Scuse ine, but ain't your name Good
hue or Goodnuff or Goodboy, or some
"Xo, sir! ' thundered the great man.
"Didn't yon used to live in Babylon?"
"No, sir! '
"Didn't t.s to bnv chickens anil nnta.
toes to ship to New York?"
"All riefct all ri"ht " Baiil tVio xril.l
eyed man a he backed away. "No harm
a i - ,
uone, x cciie. iouu excuse me, won t
"Sir! What do von want of me?"
znanded the- other.
"Nothine nothinir. tall. Tf
GoodnuS aid used to live in Babylon I
was going to ask you if the town had
growed any lately; if you wasn't 1 was
troincr to ask vou to 'sense rnn fnr lir-inir
Am I 'sensed? Can I keep on living?"
1 he ownt r of the earth was going to
Strike him dead at first, bnf. nn uwnnil
thought he turned away and sat down.
ana was m last passenger off the boat
vew lor i evening World.
The Old Quarrel Assumes a New Phase.
A painfully sensitive Southsider awak
ened suddenly from a deep sleep the
other night and distinctly heard this dia
logue between two angry disputants who
seemed to I e just outside his window.
First Kiitydid What's her name?
What's her name?
Second Katydid Vera Aval Vera
(Becoming more excited) "No, it ain't!
No, it ain't!"
(With cut ring irony) "Then who is it?
Then who is it?"
(Loudly defiant) "Diss De Bar! Diss
(With undisguised contempt) "Soak
your head! Soak your head!"
(Fierce and belligerent) "You are talk
ing" (Interrupting) "Through your hat!
Through your hat!" Chicago Tribune.
Dick Swiveller Say, are you going to
leave that lawn mower of yours out in
the yard all winter?
Plato Such was my intention.
Dick Swiveller Why, the thing will
rust all to p eces, you old nincompoop.
Plato Yen are entirely wrong, sir.
My son says it won't rust, and he knows.
My son, sir, is eighteen years and ten
months old, and expects to graduate
from college next year. New York Sun.
Not Attending to Business.
An Old Town lady had her faith in
human nature somewhat shaken recent
ly. A woman, apparently in destitute
circumstances, called on her, accom
panied by a daughter said to be in con
sumption. The lady, while out of the
room for bread to give her indigent call
ers, overhejjd the woman say to the
consumptive daughter: "Why don't you
cough more? You don't cough half
enough." Kennebec Journal
Same Old Story.
Caesar the Great (crossing the Rubi
con) Have you got any ferry tickets
with you? -
John Smith No, J haven't. Knowing
that I was g ling to cross the ferry, I left
them all at home. New York Sun.
Judges You have already been pun
ished many, many times, I see.
Accused (modestly) Yes, your honor,
bat please don't forget that I have also
been several times acquitted. Fliegende
Blatter. , , :: ,. ... 5
A .one in His Glory.
Another consumption cure has been
discovered. Pretty soon Dr. Koch will
be unique as the only physician who can
not cure consumption. Philadelphia In
quirer. too Much Water.
There Is no profit ia exploring the
arctic regions. Those who put their
money in it get frozen out. Boston
Transcript. ( j
A Mew Application.
A friend in need is a friend who gen-,
erally strikes you for a quarter. Texas
THE SPECIAL SESSION
Yesterday Afternoon's Meeting of
the City Council.
The Market Nqnnre, aa the Hellne
Avenue Pavement an Far as
Thirtieth. Mtreet Inspect
ed and Approved.
official REPORT. J
City Council Room, Rock Island
Oct. 9 The council met in adjourned
session at 2 p. m., all aldermen being
present except Knox and Johnson. In
the absence of the major and mayor pro
tern., Aid. Kennedy was elected acting
major on motion of Aid. Corken. Aid.
Frohboes moved that a recess be taken to
inspect the paving of Market square, and
also the paying from Twentietn to Thir
tieth streets as completed. Motion
The council reassembled at 4:30 p. m.
Aid. Huesing moved that the pavement
of Seventeenth street known as Market
square be accepted as satisfactorY. Mo
tion carried unanimously.
Aid. Evans moved" to accept the
pavement on Fourth and Fifth avenues
from Twentieth to Thirtieth streets, the
contractors being willing to make an
agreement in writing to remedy any de
fects which may show themselves by
proper settling up to July 1, 1893. except
such as are caused by sewer or waterpi pe
trenches not properly tamped. Motion
Aid. Bladel, from the street and alley
committee, presented a plat of V. M.
Blanding's addition and moved that it be
referred to the street and alley committee.
Acting Mayor Kennedy stated that the
profile and plat for the approach and
proper grade of tt e government viaduct
on Thud avenue and Twenty-fourth
street had been referred to the city engN
neer and approved.
Aid. lluesing moved that the city aN
torney be instructed to prepare an ordis
nance to change such grades as necessary
to meet the wishes of the government as
to the approaches of the viaduct in the
vicinity of Twenty-fourth street and
Third avenue. Motion adopted.
On motion of Aid. Huesing the mayor
and clerk were ordered to issue proper
vouchers to the contractors for paving
done accepted by the council oa Market
square and Moline avenue by unanimous
On mo ion the council adjournd.
Robert Koehleh. City Clerk.
Jay Gould says he will give
any man $1,000,000 to cure Ms
neuralgia. The other day a re
porter saw Jay Gould, Russell
Sage and Dr. Norvin Green go
into a restaurant and order din
ner. Gould had a cup of milk,
a couple of stalks of celery,
and a piece of bread and butter
Sage had chicken sandwich and
a glass of milk, while Green,
who is at th9 head of the Wes
tern Union Telegraph Co., and
can afford to be extravagant or
dered a mutton chop. When
their meal was over, each one
laid down the price of his indi
vidual bill and went away. ."11
of their millions did not provide
them with the appetite possess
ed by the meanest brakeman
on any one of their roads. The
secret, however, of health is ab
stemiousness. It may almost
be put in a sentence. Eat and
drink sparingly and do not take
cold. If you do, check it as
soon as possible by taking
Reid's German Cough and Kid
ney Cure. For sale by all
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
PERFECT II FORM 1-stATCHlESS IN WAR I
bs umous mrrr uip aaaeu i for tul.in mf o ibal
ftiOT Doful ntrcb cre put i 4ratti.
Every UAH cut be BTBOKO
ul VIGOKOtTB Id all rt,pcta.
YOUNG MEN OR OLD,
VaTertnff from HEEVOUi DE-
B11.ITT. Lost OT Famine HsVat-
ttoo4. rb ri leal Exetuet, M cntevi
Worry. Btnated Development. r
nnr PERSONAL WEAXHE88. rnn b
restored to PERFECT HEALTH nod
the NOBLE VITALITY of BTEOBQ
ISBN, tho Pride and Power of Nntloni.
y'e claim by years of practice by
our exclusive method a uniform
MONOPOLY OF SUCCESS" in treat-
II ni.u.M W.atlffuatMai sanrl
A Afflictions of Ken. Testimonials
from itOKlates and Territories.
AMD lirtlf Drink? yriu or trni jrr; sealed, pcwi
UUK nltW HU J! pair). tors flmitrl time. Oct
tt wall, yom eaa. Fall Explanation, for HOMI TKCAT
af EST. Ton caa b rCLLT RESTORED aa Thoaaaats
bar baas brat. Boaaoarteatlmoalal. Addreaaatoacs
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. M.Y-
GOLD HSDAL, PAEIS, 1273.
from which the exeeas of
oilhM been removed, is
and it is Soluble.
are used in its preparation. It has
more than thru times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far 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 Croeers everywhere.
tf. BAKER & CO., Dorcbesttr, Mm.
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
flotlf, Jats id Cans
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE:
Worth of Men's, Boys1 and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Carse & Co,
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
ii 1 1
BDsyrCa a heHUinnt CrsUsBfnr' to tho skin. Asv
mcwM sll Dimolea. frerklrs tad diMOsOritknt, Wat
ato by il Ant-etas drwvfttaror ii.ed for M eta.
Rsv JK fff B ia mtmrnvm uj
1 jtj m fswnS am
ia uau. r.
Kswmrarsa Am aausi Be-van 1 "prase
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Arenas