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r.PHE 2LBGUP. WEDNESDAYS NOVEMBER 25, 1891.
fZrrli -livered at your door
irTH.MSforr.-nt. Enquire at 171T
V'J- "T.i a -mull houe o'.irteof
l-TTuW--Oa chattel mortgages.
,rs.. dltmnnJ. jewelry, Dd auaruolea
,,!Cj . J' li.l-a"'dveDn-
-rlTrooni In private family for
.K .. iv 10 ro iiwmp o el t- tnvea-
f0a,M!n ,4 Lyndo build-
to i-.i'l n 1 Bft a drew, lin-I'ditern-
! Seamleas Wat".
ttomeaMire. C.U t ho. 829
. TTTivC'd "Iciinpii to take orders
(S 'W o fruit il ofuarnenutl treea.
... n !' i , jt mi;
o .f....Tl rt'awriMl wwi rrti.
p l-KiiBnA-"1" CO., Roch.btk,
n ' ... ui
TiTrg everywhere for 'SHFpp'S
v , ,f 'IKiOO"i; trvmrnilonBKC:ea; Mr.
etj:,,Wi eirr. Inri . cared $5(0 In 4
" liw'irr Kiher, Plaiiiflel , M. , $1ST
, iiwirr Hurri.. Uarfleld. Penn .
n H Hum?, uarncia. renn .
'.'-"J '.- minute. The greate.t bonk on
I. nrh iiln.trated circulars and term
. . i,n credit. Freieht ruid. Beautiful
A? ...7. .ire.-.. Phil .dolphia. Pa.
STONE BUILDING BLOCKS.
K CRAMPTON & CO.,
r, secured the exclusive con
of these world-renowned
this city, and carry a good
ly.v for the Winter and Hoi-
iV tra-irf Tliis is the Toy the
lildren like best. Let U9 live
our children Prospective
leasers will be pressnted
Ha. thirty-two page book
3s:rating and describing
A, D. HUESING.
traine other time-tried and wel
m f.relnnrance Companies he following:
bn. lr.,i:rnce Company, of England.
Hf''er Fire In.. Company of N . V.
fcJi" German In.. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
nrvtie: (ii:mn In.. Co.. Roche.ter. H. Y.
s In. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
"at In. Co., of California,
tzr Ini. C'.. New Hiven, Conn.
liwiw Mechanic. Ina. Co., Milwaukee, Wi
femtt Fire In.. Co., of Peoria, Dl,
OCaCot. 13th St., and Second Ave.J
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
A MAN OF IDEA'S.
J. M. BUFOflD,
T-o'A Pira and Tine-tries Ctampaalee
KS5S PROMPTLY PAID.
...i in. n,iu ,uj avasan
rottt, in Amu block.
to Stock Insurance Co.,
'''' ..-H-k airainat death frnni accident
"-'. F. r rute apply to
E!. I.IKBBRKNECHT. Agent,
ITIJ r-ccofd arcnue. Rock I.land,
SORST yOM n. -i.
VijVIllU 1 ii, uiwi
fraiCMPTioH, A 8PBOIAX.TT.
lrth Ave. and T.i. TVLH a.
0lrs promptly filled for
4 ame, Fish and
A,w s flrat-cias. RetturaBt
' " 1! ho.,r.. By Harry W. Smythe at
Tl,t LOTHAR HARM8'.
Kach One Wa Wm-rlt a 6aa.il
U-ne In Itaelf.
He lmd raveled out at the edges He
had ripped at the seams. He had shrunk
in the suds and faded in the lwilinir bnt
he had lota of talk left. Said he to the
other man on the bench with him: I
"This is simply a temrorary em
barrassmentsomething wo.ch I shall
epeedily recover from, at d pay all
creditors in full. While r:n tempora.
rily unable to meet the demands of my
creditors, Tm chnck fall of ideas worth
thousands. All I want is for some capi
talist to come forward and bi.ck me "
"What you got?" bluntly nueried the
other, who had also suspended payment.
"Sh! It's on the dead quiet, you
know! Suppose, for instarce, that a
barber car was run on all elevated trainst
A broker with a two days' growth gets
n at Rector street. By the rime he has
reached Thirty-third he's clean shaved,
hair combed and his shoes blacked. No
waiting no dust no flies. Enjoys the
rcenery while the barber lathers and
scrapes. I'm going to offer Jay Gould
the idea for $10,000 in cash."
"Purty good," said the other.
"That's only one of my ideas. What
would you say to a dining 100m car on
the bridge trains quick lunt h quail on
toast, oysters on the half shell,' bread
and butter and coffee, as you are whirled
over one of the grandest structures in
the world? Make the price twenty-five
cents colored waiters no paper nap
kinsreal old Java coffee, eh? Why,
man, there's a cool $20,000 waiting right
there to be picked up. All I want is the
encouragement of some live capitalist."
"I think she'd work," o bserved the
other after due reflection.
"And what's the matter of having a
cyclorama car on the elevated?" contin
ued the other. "A car can be fitted up
with the Battle of Gettysburg, An
rtetam, Atlanta or Missionary Ridge
just as well as not, and the price of ad
mission shouldn't bo over a dime. Pas
senger gets on in Harlem, ses historical
painting as he is whirk-d along and gets
off down town, pleased and refreshed.
No going three or four miles from home
and climbinff dark stairwavs. V.wrr
stranger sure to take to it and the car is
full all dav lonff. 1 want SQ.i.000 for the
idea alone, bnt if backed by some capi
talist I'll make a hundred thousand out
of it in a war."
"You'vo trot some nurtv crood thinks
in your li'-ad," said the otlu-r man in an
"Thinks, my boy! I'm a. 1 thinks. 1
can thn.iv out a think Quicker than
ightnin;.-. I'm the Napoleon of think
ers. Sh! Keep quiet! Tr imp card is
now coming. Inclose the framework of
all the elevated roads and d vide off into
stalls for rent to butchers, bakers, con
fectioners, laundrymen, shcemakers, ci
gar dealers, etc., cheap rents con
venient to the nnhlip nermits 10 fW10
small capitalists to go into business for
tnemseives. w oumn t cicse with an
offer for less than $50,000 lor the idea.
Have already taken steps t see what I
can lease all lines for by the year. What
do von think?"
"Cert. Got any sngar?"
"That's plent. We'll go 'n have our
beer. Temporarily embarrassed, bnt
creditors can wait. Got tl e ideas, and
now all we want is capital and public
confidence, hh: Not a lisp! Let yon
in on the crronnd floor. (Vmeon." M.
Quad in New York Evening World.
She- W.n.eil Time.
Little Brother You and sister ain't
mad at each other, is you?
Unsuccessful Suitor Oh. no, not at
'all, not at all.
"Do you stay away just because she
wouldn't marry you?"
"Um partly, yes. She didn't abso
lutely refuse me, however.'
"No, I know. She said she wanted
"Yes, that's it. And I promised not
to bother her until she was ready."
"Well, you won't have more'n ten
years to wait."
"What! Ten years?"
"Yes. She's t wenty now. and she said
she'd marry before she was thirty even
If she had to take von." Good News.
A Itleftffitic to Navigation.
Steamship Captain 1 hoie you'll just
keep the streets of New York torn np
the way they are now. It's a grand
thing for navigation.
Local Statesman Navigation?
Steamship Captain Yes. indeed.
Whv, the other dav I wot dd have rnh
right onto the Jersey coast in a fog if
the wind hadn t brought ine a whiff of
New York sewer gas and shown me that
I was off my course. New York Weekly,
First Lady Well, my d ;ar, has yonr
new nurse from the count ry got accus
tomed to Paris life after being now a
month in yonr service?
Second Ditto Oh! yes, quite. This
very morning she asked ire to raise her
wages. Petit Parisien Illustre.'
KeversiiiE the Regular Thing.
Passmore So you are m trried, I hear?
Hippie "V es.
"Gone to live with the g rl's parents, I
"No: they have come to live with me."
Dancing in the Darn.
Rooster Can I have ti e pleasure of
the next dance with you? ' '
HenSorry to refuse yon, Billy, bnt
Vm engaged for this set. Truth.
A treat far Back liland.
The Hirschberc Omic&l com nan v. o
629 Olive street, St. Louis, nave com
pleted arrangements to have Prof. Hirsch
berg or his assistant, stay one week with
their agent T. H. Thomas, and test eves
for all who are in need of glasses. All
tests win be made free of charge. This
will be a rare ODDorlunitv for all who' are
suffering from defective vision to have
their eyes scientifically examined and cor
The professor comes here wholly in the
interests of the H. Hirschberg Optical
company and will stop with T. H. Thomas
irom Dec. 7 until Dec. 12 where may be
found a full line of H. Hirschberg's
Diamond and Non-Changeable Spectacles
All oculists and physicians everywhere
pronounce in their favor, and all who use
them are only too glad to testily to their
clearness, durability, comfort and ease
iney give to the eves, even at the moat
Fine Playing Card..
Send ten (10) cenis in stamnsorcoin
to John Sebastian, general ticket and
passenger agent, Chicago, Rock Island
& Pacific railway, Chicago, 111., for a
pack of the latest, smoothest, slickest
playing cards you ever saw. Just the
thing for high five parties. For a 50c
postal note will send you five packs.
It is very poor economy to endeavor
to relieve a celd by neglecting it, when a
25 cent bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
win cure u at once. -
The Rock Island
Is the best medium throueh
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should have their
announcements ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current week's issue.
H is tS
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fa at am- a -em-em atmra mmrm eTTem
iNnHI I M PHrfrYS
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For Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Logs, Hogs, j
500 Page Book nn Treatment of Animate
and Chart brat Free,
crura i Tevera.Cangrartiana.lnflamn.atioa
A. A.) Spinal Meningitia, Milk Fever.
B. R. Strains, Ume.ru. Rarnaiatiaaa.
.'. I)i.i.n.rr, Nana I Diwrbarges.
n.I. Hota ar Krnbo, Womna.
K.C 'nufrba. HeaTea, Pneumonia.
F.F. Calic r Gripea, Beilvarbe.
;.;... Miararriage, Hemorrhage..
H.H. I rinary nad Kidary Diaeaaea.
Eraptive DiaeaaeK. iHange.
J.K. Oiaeaaea of Digestion, Paralyaia.
Single Bottle (over 50 doees), - - .60
stable C.w, wltb Specific. Manual,
Veterinary Cure Oil ann Medlcatur, 97.00
Jar Veterinary Care Oil, - 1.09
Sold by Droggivta; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
and is any quantity on Beeeipt of Price.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO..
Corner William and John Sta., New York.
SPECIFIC No 60
In umm 3D v-Mina. That rwiW mnrwa-a-cfiil Mmevlv in
Nenrous Debility, Vital Weakness.
and Prostration, from over.work or other eaosftm,
gl per viaL or 6 rial, and large vial powder, for fM.
Sold t InroowTK, or nent poetpaid nn reedlpt
of price. HUMPHHEYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Cor. William and Jobs Sta, N. Yi
fry ' '
For (ale by all first-claaa Grocery dealers.
MKUAT.TKD fbMeiarh If.
aTTTm-ars tiv thia Kwm
fifcTmc it it tisKHsan
fcu KOHiaT. tor thl, tl.o P"
Cat tl tmnlli, .NtM rtrlo. Piwl.. HIM. aaMk.
av. !. 4'amat. n. F.lectriritT thrfiucb all WEAg
PaRTS, mumt lhai 10 H.I.TH n Tltoaol . T I 8TU.
glfl,Ml Iimhi rWI laMaaily. mr we artil a.s,ea la each.
aai.T aM nae,i I caaiaM. Sa, u. as. Want csan
ataavatlr fari tti litre, mail,. aM aama.la rrva.
sUntM XLECTX1CC0., ieLaaaU.k, b U.IU.
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That Looks Impossible !
But it is the Truth!
Our entire stock of Clothing and Gents Furnish
ing Goods has to be sacrificed regardless
of cost, as we will positively
QUIT THE CLOTHING BUSINESS.
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, M.
for the (lien.
Will give away a NEAT PENCIL CASE
with every pair of School Shoes this com
ing week, at the old reliable shoe house,
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
Imparts kMi lliam trvnPMrvnry t tto nki. Rtv
I rooreti all nimnicia. rrtwktt and UiiwIorattAiak. Far
I ) by U nryl-clevs drunrt'-tii , or mmi.l (or fit eta.
r 7 9a forma em
aie 'M viu. r.
. Kawrram Jonaaamaa Boaaav (10 Saroaa
F tract , wber advaf
I sag eoatraeta ai
Is auas lot rt
J. x. xixojsr,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue