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1ID ,ii'hi'J room iur icuu Ait
-rrTTTiAV -On chattel mortpairea.
'sx H-im id". Jewelry, and allartiole.
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"'iL'tlinr.'"!'-!! tvtl reliaolj iu every way;
fVJ, in' lt i ref.roiicc, O. A. M, care
. ,, nml ale.men to take orders
n frut ornamental trees,
. j'lrubs. f'c. So exporiencu
't!-',r...Ir-,. required. GOOI PAY.
H P. FttiS" CO., KOCHMTM,
r ...nm in nur uupiiifr aim m n
.t,,-H'ent! in every cit lu this
j '; rol. New York.
C EL ERR I'lED
WE BUILDING BLOCKS.
r CRAMPTON & CO.,
vsH'iireJ the exclusive con-
of these world-renowned
i, city, sitd carry a good
- for the '.Vinter and Hoi
:r;i This is the Toy the
ir-ti like best. Let us live
cur cliillren. Prospective
fiusers will be presjnted
h a thirty-two page book
iitraum ana describing
re, on application.
f5!. j nine other tine-tried and wel
1 7'.re iuurnce Companiea be following:
'ifcnrwce Company, of England.
frFireIn!!. Company of N . Y.
lil ii. -m .in It. I fn...1n v
.......... 1 v w., . .
ifvr lirrmnn Co., Rochester, H. Y.
Lo., or rittssurgn, pa.
T.re OSce. London.
cl:. Co.. of California.
lot C.. New Hr en. Conn,
mice M-chanics In-.Qj , Mllwankee, Wi
nr.rtla. Co.,of pl0 ia,m.
ICw. 18th St., aud Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
'4 Piw a-rl Time-trie Cfmpanta.
Stock Insurance Co.,
' ' au'iilnst death fnini accident
: - r apply to
' LIBIiBRKXECBT. Aecm,
:t: vc.d avenue. Rock I-lund,
PaS .RIPTlOH A SrxciALTT.
lrtil Ave. anrt T-mn-'rt-rA at
lour Orders for
''"-'ithstrec: nd Tenth non..
H- F. LAMP Manager.
THE ABQUP, S.YTUltDA
DECEMBER 5. 1891. q
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A CONFIDING MAN
H Pat Hi. F.tn,n,he,ublie,n1
WB All TH..1..
There was a young man ..bout twenty
rears f1.1 nr,n-i , . -ency
i.-Vr.,"8 "P Rna aown Park
u " ""King ror somei hing special
and a policeman h T5""'
w fr 8?m,e time final y asked him
what he wanted.
.v 1 ' " in y eply.
Yon left yonr satchel in a doorway?'
I wanted to run np to the post
office and it was pretty heavy to carry;
wl ciuines in 3 1.
"And you left it in a doorway'"
.1 ,pnt mY walle6 containing
mnety-fave dollars in it, and also a watch
worth about thirty-five dollars. I was
afraid they might get lost. It was right
" you are about the greenest
v.,..!, x u0 eeen xor tne last ten years!
exclaimed the officer.
"Don't you know that soi le one picked
that satchel up within two minutes'-"
"Oh! Igu&ssnot. I've alius confided
u no paonc, and I never got robbed
"Well, this is real old fashioned inno
cence, and no mistake," laaghed the of
ficer. "There is about ono chance in a
uumon or your ever seeing"
"Ah! here's th Tlnr i
, . . . ... . 1 " " unco Hie
satchel! interrupted the young man. as
Bicpimi asiue into a loorwav and
lugged it out. "I knew it was'alonrr
here somewhere. Much obleeged for
'sin-M 1 a ii
aiuuriess. Alius coihrled in the
public and never not left vr "
And as ho shouldered it and went off
aown the street the officer looked after
him in blank amazement and muttered:
"By jim! but I really brieve I ought
to nave tapped una once with my club!"
New York Evening World.
Singiilitr t'nmtaot ,i n Citizrn.
Aliout 1 o'clock yesteri.ay aftennx)n
a man without a liat or co.tt, carrying a
small valise slung over his shoulder,
m.-hed through the crowd at a promi
nent corner i:ear the court house square
and began hurriedly to cli nb up the tiro
escape of a six story building. Before
anybody could prevent hit i he had got
half way up to the top. Tl en lie stopped,
stood with o:is foot on a round of the
ladder, held on with one hand, hung out
as far as he could, and looked with wild.
staring eyes at the excited throng below.
His long hair, thin abou; the temples
and gray vuh age or s iffering, blew
about his fac -, and his gar.nt frame shiv
ered in the scanty garb th tt clothed it.
"My friends," he said to the horror
strnck crowd watching hiin as he opened
with a trembling hand the valise that
hnng down in front of him, "if any of
yon are suffering from a lame back,
sprains, bruises, neuralgia, corns, in
growing toenails or inflamed eyes, one
application of this magic salve, which I
have the pleasure of offe:ing to you at
ten cents a box"
But his audience had fl d in wild dis
may. Chicago Tribune.
A S1 CiiKtoin.
"I don't believe in the custom of giv
ing engagement lings; d vou'r"'
"No. I would a good real rather have
the money stK'tit on candy ;:-td theater
tickets yon can't be e cpect d to give
them back, you know." Life.
Itomarire mimI I ality.
Romantic Miss Xh yni love me well
enough to do battle for t ie?
Ardent Suitor Ay, jigainst a thou
"Well, Mr. Bigfish ii paving me a
good deal of uttentioi . Would yon
fight l.im for me'r"
"Yes. I would."
"Could you defeat hin,?"
"N-o, he'd probably thrash the life
ont of me."
"Mercv! Well, never mind. I'll take
you without any fighting; and, oh, do
please remember, my darling, promise
me on your lionor, that if ever you see
Mr. Bigiish coming i'oe'll run." Good
Tommy Oh, ma, look
coming aloug. How a
does stick out.
Ma Hush, Tommy!
speak of any one you s
That is Mr. Paunch, tl
Tommy Oh, 'tis, eh?
me he's hunchbacked on
of 'im. Boston Courier.
at that fat man
wfully his vest
It's not polite to
e on the street,
e new deacon of
Well, 'pears to
the wrong side
Often That Way.
"H'ni, that young ma 1 of yours is he
worth anything financif lly?"
"Why, yes, papa, ile is worth at
least thirty-five dollars a week to the
store, he says, though they only give
him ten dollars." Indii.napolis Journal.
Mrs. Sliindiet Is there anything I can
put in your room to ad 1 to your comfort?
New Boarder I notice there is no
thermometer on the stove, how do you
tell when it is going? New York Sun.
Baon (to wealthy bt nker) My good
sir, I happen to be just now in pecuniary
difficulties; could you cot assist me with
one of your daughters? Dorfbarbier.
J. M. BEARDSLEY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Offlce with J. T. Kan
worthy. 1786 Second Avenne. ,
JACKSON & HUKST,
ATn?SH,KJ'8ATI'AW- ce in Rock Wand
n.National Bank Bonding, Rock Island, HI.
SWEENEY ft WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Otlce in Benggton'a block. Rock Inland, 111.
McENIBT & KcENIBF.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan coney on good
ii 1. i "y"r vuinniiium, nererence, alien
en l.yna. oankera OtBoe In Pootofflca block.
MLSCELL A NEOC8.
THE DAILY ARUES.
FOR 8ALE EVERY EVENING at CTamptoi.'i
New Stand, flrt cents per copy.
J. F. MYEES, M. S.f
In connection with a general practke, makes a
t 'piv-i.ii; uist-apesoi women.
Residence, 14i9 Second Ave. Rock Island.
Office, cor Second Ave. and Fifteenth ttreet
Houra; 9 to 12 a. m. nd to 6 p. m.
Telephone No. 1300.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the -new
1M7 Second avetme. Rock Island
DRS. BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block, Rooms 29 -31
R. M. PEARCE,
Room 33 in Mitchell A Lyndc't new bloc.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR,
Hans and auperintf ndence for all class of
R.Miros 53 and MS, MitHie 1 A I.ynde building
Express and Moving.
All orders promptly attended to. Char-
Fen Mm ONLY
YOUNG MENVOLD MEN
at i m int iuil r ihi SIRPIRTS DF BISlASi.
tj a.roie .Sort, to frsi tksnlrn.
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SHAKE OFF THE HORRIO SNAKES
or iriv itp id tifpsir sod lnk into in rl
OUR NEW BOOK
ftDd Affliction of ttt
Orffcvn of U m, avadhow by
mtthodi xc.ttitvalr ovr
ewi, th wonl nurtet
Lost or Ffttliog Mho4a
&Brol B,nd Marrow De
bility. WakaM of Body
nd Mind. Effect of Errors
or Ixcmhi. Stwntad or
Shrnnkea Orftvn mn Hr Carrd. BBflt 1b t dy.
HOtoEBI&rs Bd 8trwBgthnWIvA-t,DHDEVELOFEC
0R6ANB A PARTS of BODY ntd pl-vld tofcll lBtrot4.
Mctt tiifr IroiB 50 Huim. Tmiri nd For.iKB Coootrlv.
Vna nil wri th"m. For Hoi,fiiHxplnifnn -vrt1 profa. mi4Tm
G. E. WISWALL & CO.,
Chicago's Finest Shoe Store
Stock the Largest.
Goods the Finest.
Prices the Lowest.
Men's and Ladies
Hand Sewed Welt Shoes.
Send for Catalogue.
C. E. WISWALL CO.. 160 State St. Chicaoo.
"WHY HE iELL.
Louis Napoleon was a dic
tator, the supreme ruler of
the French. He had, by his
own nresistible will, -nlaced
himself over the great French
nation. He was a despot, but
he held his position up to the
time of Sedan. Then he sudden
ly collapsed and the man who
had braved the world, and re
peatedly risked his life in
furtherance of his schemes, be
came a dotard, lie died under
the snrceon's knife, and then
the truth became manifest. He
was the victime of kidney tiou-
bie, and it was this that made
him weak, eaimed his intellect
and induced him to sansction
war with Germany, and suffer
defeat afterwards. His case is
common in every day life, jt is
this terrible maladv that is the
cause of half the business fail
ures. If the sufferers will take
Reid's German Cough and Kid
ney Cure, the mists that cloud
their brain and the lastitude
that weakens their energies
will b a banished. For sale by
all drueirists. 25 and SO cents
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
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.
Are Headquarters for all Kinds of
Straight Goat Chaimos lined Shoes for Ladies.
Leather lined Shoes for men.
CARSE & co.
. 1622 Second Avenue
Imiiart r llilliam tran:-rrpn('T to ihr ki H.
move .1! lUMil'lr. fm-k!e and dlrolortinn. Fnr
Mir by ml tlrnt-rl.M dnir?l'U or Dialled tor 60 eta.
la ttainp. by
Mir i'j .11 urM-riM amrCT't or nia
iHSvs JEW YQHIL
' jiy n tenia an
ma UB.U. r.
KswapAPn otebtoiko Brmcan (10 Spraoa
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne
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