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THE ABGUSt WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1891.
Jadg latent ion Whit Called Up
Daring the ceremonies of opening the
meeting there was a look on Brother
Gardner's face which made man? of the
i members nrwaj.. and Samuel Shin and
I Shindig Walking, concealed themselves
I behind the stove as much as cossible.
.i fMnmki for Girls Tm- . Andbetrvedeon9idArnilA'rW TV
kP,Bont,f"rIJtt - , 'were not c11 'or however. When
waie ver','r"i lu" u"KJalI' got started thepresi-
2Uses. Chud. tab cloths, re to dent loofed f J'
tflSS ! "? d tention White
!t not m .rl of twel ve am nean wia us tonight. He will please
K APffty. : in.H ith stepdiswav."
srtt" ?l.fJt. The bodice has a ' The judge bobbed np with great alac-
.lit waistcoat ana cuns tno my ana advanced
:!" -rh. n!:n skirt is picked out desk with a Hand smile lic-hrine- h,-.
!en.l d cloth, trimmed with
irk"" ....i..Hlv be the most fiish-
face. Abont a week aco he invented th
theory that the growing of sunflowers
would in time make the American peo
ple a nearsig ited race, and he fully and
fondly expected to be praised for it.
"Brudder rVhite," said the president
in a very sol.-nm voice, "when I rassprt
frew de pos'orBce de odder day yon was '
uown aari l ou was talkin wid an of
tishnl "bout r ?ntin a box. Has you got
'null mail in de las' fo'teen y'ars to light
a candle wid'."
"I I didn't rent no poss'offis box,
sahr Btammt red the judge in great con
fusion. "It wasn't a week ago," continued the
president, "dat I heard you prophesying
who would bo de presidential candydates
fur de next campaign. Has you got a
p'inter on pollytics. jedge?"
"N-no, sah no, Bah! I was jist guess
in at it."
"An a day or two arter dat," said the
president, "I heard you talkin 'bout de
tariff. You was flingin your arms about
an talkin in a loud voice, an you made
de crowd bel eve dat you knowed tariff
from beginnia to end."
Henry Thome, traveling secretary of
the Y..M. C. A., writes from Exeter hall,
Strand. London, February 2,1888:
"I desire to bear my testimony to the
value of AUcock'a Porous Plasters. I
have used them for pains in the back and
side arising from rheumatic and other
causes never without deriving benefit
from their application. They are easily
applied and very comforting. Those en
gaged as I am in public work which in
volves exposure to sudden change ot tem
perature, will do well to keep a supply of
Allcock's Porous Plasters In their port
manteaus." The advance of Salvation Oil has been
a triumphant march from the beginning.
It puts rheumatism and neuralgia to rout
without apparent effort. 25c.
.wrs's Ct"AK. FROCKS AVD BOVKETS.
' :,, new ciesiirns in cnuareD's
p.'k Mil' inmijtw. . no lau
. 1. 1,, ;L virh 1 of the second row
wuycloiik made of Scotch plaid,
ft.'wrshatiter hat to match trimmed
f , .1.1. n nm l ' ha rlaan no rua tiT - . t m . . -
- jjM lined with silk, to match the ! mean nuffin by it."
Lrof the am in paieto ,in , ..Jed mi 1 wag ,
.r l.i.e.1 with brown silk, and a I oxl 1 dlf lub beka8e you weigh 190
'"vb,ii Kirdle. The felt hat is fawn, j poinds an ki i play beautifully on de ao-
' ' .:,.,, a .nit rihhnn tiiaAnUii COrdiOTt. blltl I VAnfc til warn vnn itnf AH
...I rnnl cloth in white, erav or litrht out von let n 11 vtitMm sa.1nnA rwio -iK
aJlkTXKl deal used for coats for quite ' whitewashin will pay to' better than
nicy jods or poiiyticts."
I knows ic, sah I knows it."
"De tariff .jueshun am a great quesh-
un. It . has boddered the , brains of
heaps of whi :e men till dey dun went
crazy, an we it off in de woods an got
lost. Two shillins in cash in your
i & :n 3 . . .
jwwt wut uo jo mo good aan aix
weeks' talk on de tariff."
"Sartainly, sah sartainly."
"An a worl about theories, jedge. I
am told that you ar a great hand to in
vent theories. One week yo' come out
p-j) nas in a coat nu ou maae
nuKrial. Fur a tiny girl the Puri-
jjesame in sketch 4 of the second row
sxr?rT.y. tt may De mnue oi inuian
n.orcarnel s nsir ciotn.
Puritan, tue . nancy ana tne
Hid buunet seem to be the favorite
Lei for little tots of two or three. These
sie;cii 5, 8 aod 7 an toe top row.
Fithlona In Doe.
(it the ilog days have couie to an end it
appropriate to say soruetning about
hJHS pels. ijlU.o uuSa un.tf oou iicik . . , , , ,
ind tbe tuste now is lor Die com. i . J """
is more sense in biR dogs than little Pncae; nei t week you hev it as round
uniraore sense in having thern aa as an apple; ae tturd week bumps it up
rw,, i . t ..... . 3- 1 a 1 . . .1
hapuieiu. i ne neipiess mile creatures in ae miaaie: an aiore oe montn la out
used to tuudie to tne despair . you tansrle du sun an moon all hd.
eavj of their lovers sad dogs were "lye rwine to stoD it. sah." renlied tba
: judge, as he shifted about in an uneasy
"Dat's rigl.t. Some of dese white men
who am wut a a millyun dollars kin af
ford to sit on de veranda an invent the
ories, but us pore cull'd folks can't do it
a Princess of Wales is rather fond of Wa has got to make a dollar buy list so
' 1 hi 1 ' . . ... . "
Unalr c..t useful and scarcely ornamen
ts, j?-: now laaies nrs going about witn
..Bernants Great Danes, Airedales, fox
-jitrs, bull terriers and collies dogs
eji,ireweii calculated to keep the timid
;:tr.-at a respectful distance. Colliea
iawnnve Become iasniouame oecanae
jz. toe generally has a collie with her
w he fom out driving,
Thli Scaaoo'a PattloomU.
Fiite musliu petticoats have given place
sert4 skirts of silk, or of the less cost-
apbjr co'.Uu, Chambery or mohair.
It; ire tiro yards and a quarter wide at
x 'm and are close gored at the top to
aafS.-ire imoothly in front and on tbe
u ali the ful'.ness being adjusted at the
wwvl-nwir.gstring; they are trimmed
a one or two scanty frills of scalloped
'rciderr or of cambric with tucks and
: much, an de mo' theory mixed np wid it
da mo profit de grocer will make oat of
us. Jedge White, go an sot down an
think deee tl.ings ober an keep yer mouf
ehet in fuchtr." M. Quad in New York
Xaslnm So Sh la Splk.
In a hotel not 100 miles from the top
of the Bigi t ne following announcement
gives satisfaction, "Misters and verwr
able voyageis are advertised that when
thft mn liim ritu a bnrn will m IiIawmT w
acioa above a hem. Short unoVupetti- j That anuout cement sufficiently prepares
mil : niMlin or cambric are closed in 1 tha visitor fcr the following entry in tba
at u back furnished with a drawing i v. Ju -.i,;.,, Krv. " v to.
New Fuh Ions la Shoes.
larder to be well dressed on mast he
OljT tdlOtl. Eniflishwaninn takm BO
' in tiieir feet. With French and
cancan women it is quite the other way.
TPv strict attention to the details of
la the street one knows them at a
aoj their trim shoe and neatly fit-
w '.ai wi,i.-h lncea down the side
'" .tta orm-iit nut and has the effect of
tl.e f'...t lo.ik smaller than when
1t' '.'. . r.'..niirv vav. Soma of tlie
,: sluies have patent fronts and
leather tonv It ia a new kind of
E Had Ko Bclp.
. Professor Whacken Who helped you
to do these s una?
Johnny Fiszletop Nobody, sir.
! "What! Nobody? Now, don't lie!
Didn't your brother help you?"
; "No, he diln't help me. He did them
all by himself." Texas Sif tings.
K ... 1
KEW ASD STTLIJdH SHOES.
'"'""it with a texture as soft as that
ule jriove. Another pretty shoe pro
i" ml manner of colors is of em-""f-'e-i-.her.
As regards shape it is a
-al like the Cromwell. It is trimmed
. 'll.r-e u"ckle, and has a high pointed
k n " seem t0 nigbar than ever.
- n;uP;,. iaJiw wear about M
i it. is ruTiioiri amiiii-
"i- rr- ...
L . lw pr:tiet are made or
la.- ann " ornamented with
. - i emerald or sunphire lmckle.
t n ' iin goia euioroiuery
. cV:)(,cbonB in the same style as
g , Fashion Echnes.
r .1 fC '"''"niiiig a fashionable ma
s" . r f1"-'' jackets and cloaks.
i"ri'"''i; s"aw'U iu picturesque colorings
fc'iki t; fur iriving and traveling
t-i'- i . . "l '"'e forms a suitable trioi-
"e fnmt aud hem.
il '"Hi; way ahead of any other
"iit.iwry. Military red is the
-ts on most of the new
U i;tve iiwt nn. rx... T.-i
ljc t. 'ID'"'ar to be a favorite trim
Hi bon- hr'" snri"klel over thecrowns
Utae j,,. HI,li sewn round the brim of
fco , f,,rma border.
are still worn.
A man named Smith (wluwe wife bad been as
That ere ha l.new bis rain she'd spent his
Awoke oue evt niug from a grim nightmare
And saw Lis family skeleton was there.
Then to bis gh wtly guest tbe dreamer cried:
Come. tell m who has won away my bride?
Who is it with persuasive voice so low
Uaa tempted her to spend my money so?"
Tbe skeleton bowed low and sneaked. Tbe
next nig it
It caino attain. And a great wakening liirht
Dawned upon 3mith. It was indeed 110 jest
His wife's dressmaker's name lod ail the rest.
tnei it n ij . ---o
iay when I jot into the stage and found
Mr. Trotter there, i wa kuhu&w
him this sxmmer, bat hadn't noticed
him since wo got back to town.
Bosalie 1 Vhat did you do?
Ethel W'jH, I made the most of it,
nd let him pay my fare. Truth.
A Deliciout and Healthful Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
van offiho to tmb puauci
ITS IREDICIHAL PROPERTIES ARE INVALUABLE!
SOSE T320AT, C03SHS A3TD COLES,
AND IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, im
parts a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
Bora's Choc-To Gum is the best, try !t once, and
you will use no other afterwards. If any dealer
you ask for it, haa not got it, take no other, but go
somewhere else. You will find all progressive
dealers have it. that i s the class of dealers to pat
ronize always for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
MANUFACTimaO AT '
E9 A 61 S. GAIAL ST., - CHICAGO, ILL
Harts Babnsen, Wholesaler Agents for Bock
is .ana .
Wot sal by all Ant-class Grocery dealers.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
SVmrstclaas wrk asd special aUextloa to
Bins VI VT,
Telephone No. 1314
W. C. MAUCKER,
Hartal purchased the
Property whick he has had refitted for tbe ka
UI basiness, la bow prepared to accom
wiodsta transient gneata.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable prices.
He is also engaged la the
i place with a choice lot of
Farm produce a specialty.
at tbe lame place with a choice lot of Groceries.
. it A paamnet or mtormatloa and ab-7 i
riatnicto "the lawa,ahoUiK U toi
i viia k-siusl. vaveuia, mixKr '
V aun. OpTrtrtta, aent Tru.f
.aaaii as un . eo.
. flew 1 erk.
Leave Tour Orders for
Coraer Eleventh street ad Tenth avenae.
T.l phone No. 1388.
H. F. LAMP, Manager.
CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND PAC11IC luAIL
ay Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thlrtr
Srst street, Frank H. Plnmmer. agen.
fhAiBh. tLaava. tAKmivs.
Council Blnffs Mlnneso-1 T
toDavKxprem ..( 5am lHam
Kansas rity Day Express ... S:H m 11:19 pn
Washington Express S:S8pm U:0SDm
Oooneii hiffs & Mlnneso-1
to .ess ( 70pm 7rt am
Oonnci! Hinffs tt Denver I .
Umlted Vestibnle Bx.. f ;6 S :89 am
B ansa City Limited 10 K pm 4:54 am
Atlantic Accommodation.... 8-30 am 2:15 pm
tOoingwesl. tQoingeast. Daiiy.
BUkUNGTON BtiDT E- B. t. RAIL-
. "ay Depot First avenne and Bixwenth et
at. J. Tonug, agent.
TRAIKB. i.savt ..ki
Bt. Express as am :4F am
Bt. Looit- Express 7:38 pm 7:18 pm
St. Panl Express. 6:45 pn. 7:66 am
Beardstown Passenger. ..... 8:55 pm 10:S6am
ay FreUht (Monmontb)... :ian. 1:50 pm
Way Freight (BterlinK) 18:36 pm 10:10 am
Sterling Passenger 7:0am 6 :48 pm
Pnmione " 10:6aro 9:08 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL KAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne, B. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. L?4!? Arrive.
Mail ana Kxpreeo 6:45n 9:00pm
St. Paul Expr se 8:lSi n 11:25 am
- Acit n modatl t0,n '1fam
ft Aecotr modattoii t-Qbhr. :10pm
OCK ISLAND PKORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First svenns and Twentieth street F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
TJhAINS. Iaavt. Iah-ivb.
Fast Mail Kxpross 8:10 am! 7:80 pm
Express 9:90 pml 1 :80 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10am! 3:00 pm
" . . " 4-00 pm' 8V am
MOST DIBBCT BODTB TO THX
East, South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island..
9 :44 am'
It: :89 am
Bt. Ionia ... ..
8 57 pm
4 85 pm
19 -06 n't
Ar. Rock Island .
110:15 ami 4:10pm
I 1:80 pml 7:80 pm
Accommodatioc trains leave Rork Is and at
S :00 a. m . ana 6 45 p. m : arrive at Peoria 8 :45 p.
m. and 9:80 a m. leavePeoiia 6:C0 a. m. Jand
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and. 9:06
Ail trams rcn oanv exret't snndav.
All nassereer trains arrive and denart TTnton
Free cr air car on Fast Express bctaeen Bock
Is'ond and Peoria, both directions.
Tntongb tlcfcetr lo all points; baggage Checked
mrpggn to ueg'iraiion.
Lv. Rock Island.
10 90 am
Lv. Cable ,
' I Bock Island
b. sim low.
Ad cm. ' f cccxc
8.2" am It.: 0 pm
7.00 am; 1.45 tm
7.60 ami .uu i
9sWlQttaraBsjfniTic axraaariit of niiaoaiumwuarrw
SAIOI HUMIU HFOUATIO FKOU ITUCT OF TW4 BAf Of TBi
Tbe Direct Route to and from Chicago, Joliet, Ottawa.
reorla, Ia Salle. Mollne, Bock Island, In ILLINOIS
Daveaport, Muscatine, Otttnnva, Osxaloosa, Des
Holnea, Wlntrraet, Audubon, Earl an and Council
Bluda, In IOWA ; Muiueapolis and St. Paul, In WIN-
ESOTA; Watsrtown and Sioux Falls, la DAKOTA
Cameron, St. Jos?rh and Kansas City, in MISSOl KI
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury anil Kelson, in KKBRASKA
Atchison, Leavenworth, Horton. Topeka, Hutchinson,
Wichita, Belleville. Abilene, Dalge City, Caldwell, in
KANSAS; Kingfisher, 1 Bene aud klinco. In IKDIAU
TERRITORY: Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
la COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich numinf
ana grazing ianos, anonung the best acuities of Inter
communication to all tosrns and dues east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VESTIBULE XTPBTSS TRAINS
Leading all enmpsMtofs In splendor of ecndDment.
batwaen CHICAGO aad DBS MOINES, COCKCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and betwaaa CHICAGO and
DEyVXB, COLOBADO 8PBCKGS and PUEBLO, via
KAK9A8 CITY and TOPEKA and vat BT. JOSEPH.
Ftmt-Claas Day Coaches. FBEE BECLIKIKG CHAIR
CABS, and Palace Steepen, with DhJnc Car Snrtca.
Ckua coui.ecU4ua at Dei.tcr and Coi.nao Springs with
divcTBlng railway Unas, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTT
Over which superbly-equipped trains rna daOy
THJBOrGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Bait
Lake Cttr, Ogdsa end Ban Fndsce. THE BOCK
ISLAND Is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from Maaltoo, Pike's Peak and all ether sanitary and
scenic Ksorta and cities and mining districts in Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all Im
portant towns. cities and sections in Southern Kebnaka,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Wcter
town. Sioox Falls, MIXXEAPOLI3 and BT. PAUL,
connection? for all points north and northwest between
toe lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office In tbe United States
or Canada, or address -
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
GenT Manager. GenT TkL A Psas. Aft,
. CHXCa. a. r,
I f-J ' 4aT - i
Tell yonr Grocer I
you must have I 1
SASTA CJ.AO&" t
1 1 -
on ibp wall.
All ife soaps have a great fall
conies Trjeir way;
w fias corne to stay
MADE ONLY BY
Succeeeor to Adamson & Ruick,
Hock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
("Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
H. SIEMON & SON,
loves and Xirnare.
Baxter Banner Cooking and Heating Stoves and the Geneseo Cooking Stare.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1508 SECOND AVE.. ROCK ISLAND, JTiT.
JT. Drla CHRISTY.
MUUFsCTDBEB OF CBACKEGS UO Il
A sk Tonr ? rorer for Tbem.
The Caristy "OTwrxn" aid Christy -WiTSa."
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
i . . ...
jui Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
eaeral Jobbiag sn a ahart notice and aatisfacttoa gaarantecA
OSo a Sap 1417 Ftrmrtki ATtiaa, ' BOCK 1SX4.VTJ.
Fall and Winter Stock
-07 GOODS BKCKTTXD BT-
HOPPE: The Tailor.
3gFCaU and Examine.
Qpen for the Seasoo.
(moliwis AY) joe Huber's Garden,
A magnificent place for plcnicr, parties, etc
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Tweaty-eeennd arreet and Ninth avenne. Residence MS '
- Thirteenth aveanc. , . ...
C-I s prepared to make estimates and do all kinds of Carpenter work. Give Mai trial.
CHAS, DANNACHER, '
. Freprtetor at tksBradj Btraet .
O JEil lrL ?
Ad kinds af Cnt Flower constantly on hand.
Green Bouses ... Flower Store
One block north af Central Park, the largest in la. tot Brady Street, Daveaport,Tos .
C. J. W. SUHREINER, .
11S1 and 112S Fonrth avenue. Beeidence 11U Foartk avenue.
Plans and Bpeclfications fumishrd on all classes of work: also agent of W flier's Patent beida
Sliding blinds, aomethicg new, stylish and desirable.
BOCK ISLA5D. ILL.
GE0BGE SCHAFEB Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenae, Corner of Bixteetth Btree - - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lunch Ivery Day . w Baadwieaea Furnished oagbo t HotJr