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TELE AIIGUP. THUKSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1891.
"frTTivered at your door
HE WAS HARMLE:
' ' B iflf"''11
1 , u w-lry, nd ftlUrtlolee
1 r.v.m ir. private "
.llt to hurlnfs. Address
" i h.r.l and steadv
II X L.ynuo uuiiu-
.. i .. Art tin
1 . V....n.)... WkI'1
- rr7vlli' raen to take order
A 7., ii ail I ornamental tres,
;:!'"'" .v,:h. CC No experience
'.V' required. GOOI PAV.
i. STATE ARKNT to
?n -(.f.r-'V ...mKlrnll .ifV ...
I .t our bustnef and ap
;'V N-u-eiit in every cit in this
. i nn Virl Ut 111"", j .
lln. ..i THE UNION C0-
E BUILDING BLOCKS.
CSAMPTON & CO.,
citr. ;iad carry a good
for the Winter and Hol
ui This is the Toy the
ren like best. Ltt ua live
a: chilli en. Prospective
,3 will be pres anted
a thirty-two page book
rating and describrng
" """"w trana;e to Him That the
Other Uidn't Indenlan l.
He was going up town on a Madison
avenue car. He had a bundle on his
knees, and from the way ho hitched
around and looked at the men on either
! Bide of him it was evident he wanted to
uuk to some one. He finally sc lected the
man on his right, who was a capper lit
tle fellow with eyeglasses and a gold
'Ever bothered with rheamatics?"
suddenly inquired the man with the
The dapper man never mov kI an eye
winker. "I'm having it considerable this fall,"
said the other. "Strikes me in the right
shoulder, and I can't wash th back of
my neck more'n half the time. You look
as if you might be subject to i"
The dapper man looked 6tra ght across
the car, and the only movement betray
ing life was a jerky motion to one toe. t
"Bin a-bnyin a flannel shirt," persisted
the man with the bundle. "Some ad
vi!ed me to get medicated flannel, and
some said the common red flannel would
do. Which sort do you think is best?"
The dapper man was now fl ishing np,
and his eyes tnrned to the d Kir, but he
gave no other sign.
"I . paid a dollar for this," continued
the bundle man as he untied he string,
"and he warranted it not to s irink. I'd
like to ask your opinion of the goods.
Have I paid too much?"
He unwrapped the paper ar d held the
shirt up to view. It was a red flannel
shirt, which appeared to bf nine feet
long, and at first sight the dapper little
man turned whiter than fl ur, got up
and fell over his cane, and gc t np again,
shot outdoors and dropped ff. Every
body else laughed heartily, and after
looking around in a surprised way the
old man begun doing up his ouudle and
"He needn't have bin a-sc art of me.
Lands save me; I never hurt nobody in
my life. ' oev ork orld.
neuefita or a IS;. Ik.
:... aam? other time-tried nd wel
r.relnsnrsEce Companies - he following:
fcnmrirc Comrny, of Bneland.
: rirr In. c omnMT 01 r .
frrmar. In.Co., Baffalo, N.
tr (irrann In. Co., Rocheeter, H.
!r Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
oS v.. London.
: I:.'. Co., of Calif om'.
" Ioi. 0 .. Sew Hr en Conn.
.u--V -hanic In .O) . Milwaukee. W
-.r:n ls. Co., of l- o la,IU.
pCor. IStU St., and Second Ave.
HOCK ISLAND. ILL.
I M. BUFORD,
- d Tlme-trlM OmnpalM ..
S PROMPTLY PAID.
an reliable tomn-iny CAM
Sbelltd nuts of
all kinds at Krell &
rent over David Don's
Office room to
Pecan ice and hick or v nut ire a.t Ivrell
& Math's. 8ton in and cet a slice.
Wanted Board and room, central lo
cated, by man and wife. Address "R."
Lemon, mint, wintergreen and maple
patties nut UU in one-half nnnnri hnipn at
Erell & Math a.
For Sale The house now occntied hv
H. D. Mack, 905 Nineteenth street, at a
bargxin and on easy terms if sold by Feb.
i, ioa. j. v. Tajlor.
It you are eoiner to have vonr friends
dine with you on Thanksgiving day, have
something extra flee by way of ice cream.
we can give you a brick, melon, nvramid
or a dozen individual ice creams in anv
flavor and extra fine. Rembember and
order eatly of Krell & Math.
For Sale A desirable Diece of resi
dence property situated at 1919 Fourth
avenue. Two story brick house, stood
cellar, good pantrv. closets, sewer con
nections, well and cistern, large barn and
otner out buildings in good repair. En
quire of Adam Scbaab on premises.
Fine Flaying Card.
Send ten (10) cents in stamps or coin
to John Sebastian, general ticket and
paasenger agent, Chicago, Rock Island
& Picific railway, Chicago, 111., for a
pack of the latest, smoothest, slickest
playing cards you ever saw. Just the
thing for high Ave parties. For a 50c
postal note will send you five packs.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
SATURDAY, DEC, 5th.
HEYWOOFS PEERLESS CO.
All ttar pei forme.
1 hs greatest 'mpereonVor.
Miss Marietta Siegfried,
Kor3 years eproa with Boston Ideals.
Miss Flora Drescher,
The great violin soloist.
And a number of stirs. I) not fail to seethe
great unpert onator.
Sea s on sale at narnrr heusc Dharmacv Dec 2.
Prices ;5, -.0 and SO ci n's-
J. M. BEARDSLEY,
ATTORNIT AT LAW-Offlce with J. T. Ken
worthy, 1746 Second Avenne.
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORWET8 AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
Matronal Bank Building. Roca" Island, 111.
a.s. swxaTttT. o. ikWaizia.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORXKT8 AND COTTSSELLORS AT LAW
OOce in Bengstoc'e block. Rock Island, III.
McEMRY & McESIRY,
TTORNBY'8 AT LAW Loan coney on Rood
1. secnntv.mate collections.
ell A Lynde. oanKers.
$75.000 1 J
That Looks Impossible !
. But it is the Truth!
Our entire stock of Clothing and Gent s 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, IA.
Office in Pnstofflc block.
THE DAILY ARGES.
TXR SALS EVERY EVENING at Crampton,i
A News bland, r ive cents per copy.
J. F. MYERS, & D.(
In cannection with a general practice, makes
tpecialtv of u,a)eor women.
Residence, liiv Second Are. Rock Island.
Office, cor Second Ave. and Fifteenth ttreet.
Hours: ! to 14 a. m. nd S to 5 p. m.
Telephone No. 1-JOO.
uKk ag:iinst death from accident
1' " rii'ci" apply to
ED. LIKBBRKNECHT. Agent,
tecofi avenue. Rock Island,
3&ST VON KCECKRITZ, Pharmacist
fiscRir-rioiis A BrxcaAtTT.
Fnrth Ave. andT-wentv-Thlrd St.
eave Your Orders for
Corter venth street nd Tenth avenue. .
H. P. LAMP Manager.
It has iust been demonstrated that
complexion powders are not all. coin-
pounded of dangerous po.sons. A little
girl was told to go to tin grocer's and
cet a box of baking iw'W.ler and give it
to the cook on her return.
The child had just two ideas in her
head when she reached the grocery. One
was "powder," the other "the cook."
"What kind of powder do you want?"
asked the trrocer. who had different
brands of baking powder.
"The kind mamma puts on her lace,
said the innocent child.
"We don't keep it. G-o across to the
drug store if that's the sttiff you're after.'
The cook was a green band who opened
the box, with head in a muddle, and emp
tied half its contents in x the batch of
biscuit 6he was making.
It was when they hail eaten the bis
cuits, which were heavy as lead, that the
mistress inquired into t le merits of the
new supply of baking pjwder, ana was
the box which held what was
It didn't kill anybocy, and was an-
nfher armiment in favor of the com
plexion powder. Detro t Free Press.
Its Probable Value.
"What is in the pat kager asked the
clerk at the express offije, proceeding to
fill oat a blank.
"Old letters," replied the young wom
"Valne?" mechamca lv inquired tne
"Piftv thousand dollars.
An A the nlaintiff ia the breach of
nrnmiaA case of Joone versus De Cember,
who had just remittee a oaicu uuv
menta to her lawyer, alked ont of the
ptth-mui offica with a vid but business
like gleam in her ey Chicago Trib
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the -new
method. Office over Don's. .
o. 1617 second avenue. Rock Island.
DRS. BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell Lyndc's Block, Rooms 29-31
E. M. PEARCE,
Koom 33 in Mitchell A Lvnde't new Mock.
GEO. F. STAUDTJHARj
l'lans and auperintf ndence for all class of
Rooms S3 and 55, Mitchell t, Lynde building
. A. TIMBERLAKE.
Express and Moving.
All orders promptly attended to. Char
cayLeave orders at S. Trenaman'i Ham MS
shop on Market square.
Have just returned from the east
where they have purchased a line of
of all the laleat styles, and invite
the public to call and examine
We have a full line of Boston Rubbers.
307 TWENTIETH ST.
Are Headquarters for all Kinds of
Straight Goat Chaimos lined Shoes for Ladies.
Leather lined Shoes for Men.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
Imwra . MUuMtrutMiwi utatikla. ft
I mow all fimtl.. frerklt and diarolormtiorw. Foff
I ufet by il ArMla dnnrtt er nailed for H eta.
am Mamre by
ani xstraaau i
t am eoBtraeU cut
t mtf tat i
y& fauuft aa
kk GEO. P.
Btraaav ! Bprasa
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne