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the rieiliod and results vhen
In of Y i- taken; it is pleasant
F;fr,-inii to the taste, and act3
I.'rTot pr 'i.pt!y on the Kidneys,
-f ar t J"W'K cieanses ine sys-
, fg'c,-:i::!i.y, uispoia coius, nena
ml lovers and cures habitual
;t;:;i:'M. ryrup 01 xigs 13 me
f "x(: :(-'!; of its kind ever pro
, j lt M-iiii; to the taste and ac-
t i trie stomaen, prompt m
1 1 e 1
Ui'ti'i) :'.!' iriuv neneuciui in 113
iivtareil only irom the mo?t
." 1 1 ,1.1.,
Ur exivil-vit qualities commend it
ill anl lve made it the most
::lr fm'.iv known.
l.rnjp 01 r is tor sale in Wc
I'fl'bottles by all leading drtig-
Anv reliable druggist 'who
r nnt have it on huad will pro-
, it pntuptly lor any one 'who
l-if-U' try it. uo not accept any
WOW FIG SYRUP CO.
Front U.CO to $17.') .00.
1 all styles of settings and at
1707 Second Avenue.
J. E. REIDY,
'1. ;! managee property on commine
A Ur.-t- ;;-t of city property always on aacd
for tbree flrst-claes Fre Insurance
Osapaiiire. aLd I be Americas Canalty
c1 tLdcumity Companj, of Bal
r-03 Second Avenue, over
Hoope's Tailor Shop.
Inscribe for Stock
:n tl' Second perils of the
Mfl Buildine and Loan Asso-
Uon, of i.ocfe Island.
A safr and better investment
in Government Bonds, be
isf the loans are made only
1 Mr-siabhshed values and it
s njre than three times as
ii interfBt besides the
-rant invested and the profits
tie wuadrawn at any time,
i"' loaned at lowest rats.
I: A. DONALDSON. Becretary.
Kiioiu ?,. 4. K and 6 Masonic Trmole.
"k1 fl m and now we will all have
Mi.tr Tne big Hol'd.iy aicick
Thj elezaut prcntn : e
1 ::.. in-8trewd nny-v:-
in .;tiing the 6itt pkk
cj: rand Ui-Llay it
'1 . -ii.-jj ood-been ihown; never
t,Y4 ' r lr' 11 Iteen cffiTed; never U ve
"' ,i'a "J Somethinit for everybody anil
: ' r. w)0 g,.eB lnj pnrcriaata
1 'i k-ir c.nice Belectlous in
1 Books and Novelties.
F3'i7 Goods, Noiions, Etc;
,mi.i.,!e to.u wnt we haTC yon must
''it.' , , ;" ai'l'feciate the multitude of au-
ir.j " oner ior one ana ail, old
'mw atock H all b-lthL clean mdi!
u''i ' wholly of the latest and most
'urprlcea maka taeee beauti-
2iflV"f"0' be " 1Ierr' ChrlstBiaa If yon
C C. TAYLOR.
1717 Second Avenue.
-1 v& naiv's DEATH.
1 a llllrl . area . I t a .
A Famous Surgeon Passes to
Uivapo.t of Ur. W. .
rrrk Early This 9l..raioK-1he
'Baerl Tora trrew
Dr. W. F. Peck died at bis Lome in
Davenport at 1 o'clocl. this tnoroiDg.
Uis death was traceab'e U blood poison
ing with which he was fi st attacked two
years ago. io performing a difficult piece
of surgery he ran a sliver jf diseased bone
into his finger, acd Llooi poisoning en
sued, from which he rvtr entirely re-
Dr. Peck , was born in New York in
Jan.. 1841. He graduate 1 from Bellevue
university in 1863 with l.igoest honors.
He spent two years at ncoln hospital
Washington, and in 1864 located at Day.
venrjort. He was elected professor of
surgtry of the Iowa City university in
186S, and held the chair until bis denth
He was medical director of Mercy hospi
tel from the time of its establishment
aDd was for 124 yeirs attending
phjbician at the Iwa Orjhans' home at
Davenport. He was the ocal surgeon of
the Rock Islaid rohd at Davenport for
years, and January 1, 1S75, was elected
surgeon in chief of the Rock Wand road.
He was a member of 'he Iowa State Med
ieal sreiety and of the National Medical
society. He was a prominent member of
tbe American Sociity of Railway Sur
geons. He was an intim ite friend of the
late Dr. J. Vt. Cowden, f this city, and
accompanied hiui to Europe a year and a
half ago. the two attending tbe medical
congress at Berlin together.
He leaves a wife, a dughter and a
son, the daughter having been married a
week ago to Henry Vollm'r.
The funeral wi:l be he d tomorrow af
ternoon at 2 o'clock.
Koor or Them io One Night The 31 en
J. A. Wringer, residing on Fifteenth
street between Fifth and S xth avenaes.
and employed as a swiubman in the C. ,
B. A Q yards, bad tbe m sfortune to get
bis lie tit hand caught while making a
coupling about 5 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Dr. Piummer wis called and
dressed tbe injured hani, but found it
necessary to amputate the thumb and
middle finger. Mr. Wringer was formerly
baggageman and had only been switch
ing a abort time.
J.W. Rineley, o! 417 Forty-second
street, a conductor on tht C..R. I, & P.
hod his collar bone broken and bis shoul
der badly bruised while uncoupling an
engine from a train of cars about 10
o'clock last night. .He was taken to his
home on Forty-second strt etand attended
by Dr. Piummer. He ii gettine along
nicely, though suffering considerably.
J. F. Rice, a C , R. I. ii P. brakeman.
whose home is in Chicago, had bis right
band badly crushed in malting a coupling
in tbe Rock Island yards late last night.
Dr. Piummer dressed the injured mem
ber, and tbe brakeman went to bis home
in Chicago this morning.
George McKinley, a bnkeman on the
Rock Inland, had bis knee injured at
Wil on last night, and was brought to
Rock Island, wbere Dr. Piummer at
Tonight at the 3urtis at Davenport,
J. C. Rice's comedians wi'l appear in "A
Knutty Affair," which is rt commended as
one of tbe best comedies on tbe road.
Tte world famous "Ciemcuceau Case" is
to be presenied at the Biirtis ntxt Mon
day evening with Miss Sybil Johnstone as
Iz 1," the model.
On Tuesday evening at tbe Burtis will
be seen Cleveland's kings of minstrelsy,
undoubtedly the best troupe on tbe
Toe next entertainment under tbe aus
pices of the Rock Island Lecture associ
ation will be tbe lecture bj Dr. Robert
Nourse, of Washington, on ' Dr. Jekyll
and Mr. Hyde," next Thursday eyening.
At Harper's theatre next Friday eve
ning Mids Mattie Vickers tbe favorite
comedienne will appear in her .lattst
comedy, "The Circus Q ieea."
Edwin Arnold will lecture at the Bur
tis opera house at Davenport next Wed
nesday evening. His lecture will be
well worth hearing. Tbi ticket sale
opens Monday and will find abundant calls
for seats as a matter of course. Many
from Rock Island will doubtless avail
themselves of this great intellectual treat.
HaxprnMioB of Ti a flic.
Rock Is: and Arsenal, Rock Island.
111., Dec. 12 Owing to tn; dangers that
now exist at the railroad crossing in Rjck
Island where tbey are constructing the
viaduct, it would neem bet t to close the
R ick Island bridge to all wagon traffic
after Saturday, tbe 13th in it, till the via
dubt is completed.'
Foot passengers may ctosr over for a
short time longer, but they do so at their
own risk. M. 'rV. Lyon,
Capt. of Ordnance Commanding.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms ft woman can possasa
Pozzoni's Complexion powc er gives it.
Pozxoni's Complexion Powder pro-
incea a soft and beautiful skin; it com
bines every element of beaaty and purijy
& ABGUa SATUK DAY. DECEMBER 12, 1891.. 5
TT - - ' -
Try Kornlet, at Truesdale'a only.
Wanted A tjirl at -the Rock Island
Imported Eultune English currants at
J. Connor and bride returned from the
west this morning.
Everyone knows or should know of the
Mr. Henry fteibler, of Preemption, was
in the city today.
Dress fine and be bappy at the Lon
C.J. Yore has gone to St. Louis to
spend the holidays. -
AH the popular new books can be bad
at R Crampton's.
$1 2", savtd on every f 5 worth of goods
bought at tbe London.
A. C. Holland, of Detroit, is in the
city visiting friends. g
Underwear and overwear at unheard of
low prices at the London.
Make your ? go farthest by trading at
Simon & Mosenfelder'a.
Parloubet's select notes for 1892 wfll
be sold during nt xt week at 97c, regular
price $ 1.25. by R Craropton & Co.
There will oe a meeting for young
men at the Y. M. C. A. rooms at 8:30 to
morrow afternoon. An address to
"clerks" will be given by Dr. J. W.
Stewart on "Sound Business Principles."
to which the clerks are especially invited
to be present.
At a meeting of tbe executive commit
tee of the Rock Island County Fdtmers'
Instiiute, which occurred at the court
house this afternoon, it was decided to
hold tbe next institute at Milan Dec. 22nd
and 23,-d for which a good programme
will be arranged.
James Kaylor, of Reynold?, a brother-
in-law of ex-Alderman Matthias Sc'nrell,
came to the city yisterday to pay a note,
which he owed the latter, and the two be
came engaged in an animateddiscussion
of tbe matter, and both allowed their
tempera to get the better of their discre
tion. The result being that Mr. Schnell
struck bia brother-in-law over the head
with a chair, inflicting an ugly gash about
three inches in length , and which it was
necessary for physicians to stitch up
Fuither trouble was prevented by friends
The Burglar Alarm.
Customer Is this the latest style of
: Clerk Yes, sir.
"What is the principle of it?"
'"It rings a bell when the burglar
raises the window, and by means ofT an
indicator tells in what part of the house
an entrance is being attempted."
"And am I supposed to get out of bed
and grapple hand to hand in the dark
ness with the bnrglar or burglars?"
"Yes, unless you can get yonr wife to
"Hnmph, I guess we'll make the old
style burglar alarm, the dog, last a lit
tle longer." Yankee Blade.
An Appropriate a m
"A fast horse, is he?"
"Trots like a streak of greased
Well, that's fast enough. What do
you call him?" '
"What Ma Says."
"What Ma Says! That's a strange
name. Why do you call him that?"
'Because what ma says goes." Cape
Celeste Did he jilt her?
Marie No; he insisted on her keep
ing her engagement when she had a
Letter offer. Life.
After Her Uelurn.
He And yon did not f.-riret that we
were engaged, did you, Mand, while you
She No, George; I couldn't. Mamma
kept reminding me of it all the time.
A Traat fur K.ck Hand.
The Hirschberg Optical company, o
629 Olive street, St Loui, have com
pleted arrangements to hnve Prof. Hirsch
berg or his assistant, stay one week with
their agent T. H. Thomas, and test eyes
for all vt bo are in need of glasses. All
tests will be made free of charge. This
will be a rare opportunity for all who are
suffering from defective yision to have
their eyes scientifically examined and cor
Tbe professor comes here wholly in tbe
interests of tbe H. Hirschberg Optical
company and will stop with T. H. Thomas
from Dec. 7 until Dec. 12 where may be
found a full line of H. Hirschberg's
Diamond and Non-Changeable Spectacles
and EyesOlasses. -
AH oculists and physicians everywhere
pronounce in their favor, and all who use
them are only too glad to teBtity to their
clearness, durability, comfort and ease
they give to tbe eyes, even at the most
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use only Poz
zoni's Powder; there is nothing equal to
Used in Millions of Homes
3tatk of uhio, ultt of tolkdo. i
Lucas County. 88
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co, doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of one
hundred dollars for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Chkney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D.. 1886.
" ) A. W. Gleason,
BKal Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internallv
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the nvstm. Rnrt
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney Co., Props., Toledo, O.
oum uy arugg'sis, VOC
Superior to All Other.
Allcock's Porus Plasters are the great
external nmedy of the day. The quick
est, surest, surest, best. Not only
immenEumhly superior to all other
plasters, but alto to liniments, ointments.
oils and similar unctuous compounds.
Beware of imitations, and do not be
deceived by misrepresentations. Ask
for Allcock's and let no solicitation or
explanation induce you to accept a sub
Tbe pleaeant fUvor, gentle action and
soothing effects of Sirup of Fis. when
in need of a laxative and if the father or
mother be costive or bilious the most
gratifying results follow its use. so that
it is the best family remedy known and
every family should have a bottle.
Durtis Opera House,
CHAS. T- KINDT. Manager.
Positively One Night On'v.
SATURDAY, DEC- 12th.
John C. Riee
And II Comic Troupe, in
The cream of comedy creation. "M'ss It My
Boy-' and "You Will Hate Yourself
Prces-Jl 00. 7 50 and 35 cents. Seat at
Fluke's. Telephone No. V0.
I p'rccnilly recommend this attraction a be
ing fire -clues. Cms T. Kisdt,
Burtis Opera House,
Peeitively the only one performance in Davenport.
Of the World Famous
Miss Sybil Johnstone
I I he ttiftl
"45 p. '" J
I The Sirciil
0-1 p m I
Tha Bewitching Hardsome Model,
SCTe s?ats early a Fluke's. Prices Jl, 1
acd -5 Telephone No. SU.
Durtis Opera House
TUESDAY, DEC. 15th
' THE BIG
Bi!,'Cinsli!u;ed the -EIFFEL TOWER OF
M NS1 KELSY " ee Cleveland's Yonug
Comedians nnd Imported Novrl'.ies:
JtllN QCEEN. Ar.THCR TUgbt. Jso. H. Blickford
OUDA, Spirit of :be Air."
4 Emitorers of Mus'c 4 Banks Winter. Ilarrv J.
Howard, Hilly L;ous, bdgitr Wilson. Ed. Francis,
Geo. K. Collins.
Giratd Leon and His Singing Donkeys.
Watch for Ths Proeau Cater Pakioe.
"THE OUTING OF THE SWELLS."
PRK"ES-tl.OI, 7. 50 and O. Stats on sale at
Flnkc'e Telephone No. M.
E. Montrose, Manager.
Friday, Dec. 18,1891.
The Merry Comedienne
SupiKirted by an exceptionally clever
COMPANY OF COMEDIANS,
In her latent comedy encce,
The Circus Que8n,
A bright, -jiurkling musical comedy, permit
ting He introduc ion of Miss Vu.ke.re'
character ej ecialties.
Kew Soi pa.
Prices 25. 30 and 75c. Seats on sale L ec. 16 at
Harper house pharmacy.
40 Years the SUnclarcL
Tinware And Hotjsk
1612 second avenue.
Pelonbets S S lesson notes.
Diaries for 1892.
We cannot tell you what we have,
but come and see.
1703 Second Avenue.
A fine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
Q. O. RUCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1813, Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND.
Do You have Trouble
If So, Now's Your Chance.
Prof Hirschberg will remain with T. H.
Thomas, the Druggist, all this week, and
will test the Eyes, and guarantees to
fit the most difficult cases free of charge.
DON'T NEGLECT THIS CHANCE
Ladies! Have You Worn
If not. trv a ttair. TTlov will
j r j
your money tban any shoe
ouvi luai ui in & Kim njBiT, wuter ana inner sole one solid
piece of the best eo!e leather.
NO KIPPING OFF OF SOLES!
NO SQUEAKING, AND NO BREAKING INI
J a6t as easy as a Hand Turned, and wear twice as long.
Every pair stamped on the sole.
Patented and made by CROSBY, HUCKINS l& CO..
Tapley villa, Mass.
FOB SALS BT
1818 Second Avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Magic lanterns, all grades.
Air giinB. the Chicago, ?5c.
Tbe K Warn z io, 15 j.
Noah's Arks, a new one.
Gimes of all kinds.
Tbe cheapest place to get toys at
1703 Second Avenue.
rrira t-nn -nrr.T cn;nf .:
e j v .ciuoitiuinjii lur
you have ever bought Onlv one