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THE MONDAY. JANTJAliY 4, 1892.
-UF riAllV AK.i - 1 lucrea at your ooor
P'Jry ,'u.n,- for ljc pcrwcek.
-:V7lrT,t 1.0N-On chattel mortgHreg,
wi?f - H tm .ii!'. Jewelry ad U -irttcles
j! v illi'-. '
77 v " l!u 'l)ri is -Nic.-lv furnished
Wr..- ";rd Ht r.'.,iblcr.t.n.
H,. T-ri few enrol Hlctnen to take orders
W..r,'f.V'n-o fn.ii nl onianetitnl tree.
,, r i 'irur..erc. Mo exi'iinence
"" frv K4-ren-- required Goon PA.
flop, ii i , . hii-in.'fca and
f':mV x';i': .i.vasont.' in e'ery ''it' in this
'. mm vr,.i demand, and .ay a n-t
r.,,rv'..t...K-rr.-m UIK CMOS COM
fANY: :". K i-Y.N' W York;
Ai'll' .r ';!( H of ihe A'oRLi."; produced
, i i'.. nno: tretm n loussve. ."K; Mr.
M vi'- k'.'v" n'-'irv t-Vhcr. MWl .. M ft
rt,v. V K n II Hirris. C-irfleM. Heim
1. ! L ,,,i.,M'.. Th- irrea'esi hoik on
,,' v iii'i-tr i' d circu'n's and tenr
VrV '.', er.-ilt- Kr.-i.'ht p .id. Ileaiuifiil
, reel. Ph.l dclphi.. Pa.
TTOKNK AT LAW irnice wrn J. r. mh
A -A.-sJ S.wi.nf! Avenue
J U KM)N A. HCKST,
ATT(HW"Y" T LAW. Office in Rock Island
Notion 'WhB'i lldtnu.Hi-wk 1-lanrt.IH.
lTr7WKSI!T. O. L. WALISB.
ATTORNEYS AND OOl'NsKLLORS AT LAW
Owe it. H. Mtv!"i.'e '.Joe. Rock Inlaid. 111.
TTRNSY'!1 AT LAW Loan n-.nm jr on good
rr.?: '.h! ! ''if't;ni-. Reference, Mitch
e'l A LyiiuV '. la?.ki n I'rtletin rWofflc block.
Hie daily akwus.
r"OK sAI.E BVf'n RVBMNO at Cranu?oo
f Ne -!3i i . F've cents per copy.
J. F. MYSKS, II. 33.,
In unit- !"' if m n '-n.-ril practi.e, makes a
-t . i -i tv nf ! h. m-.. of wonit-n
ii,-.-. i. C'Mid We. Reok Inland.
ifti , . ,r i d A . anil Kift -ei.th uri-eL
M' M-- I-J h m. n i R to 5 p. in.
' '!" le.'lnitie No. l'JWI.
' I, I, HAWTHORNE.
l.iln by the new
ii- itj'i -liju-rirt- n-lffiot' for all ct of
- u '.I - Mir In- 1 A I.yndv huiMiuj;
DRS. B CKEL &SCHOEMAKER
ViTlifl A Lyme's Block. Rooms 29-31.
R. M. PEAROE,
H '1. v !ti M-'r'iel! A LvndeV new block.
A brilliant array of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
ilderi'tf rray of
Jtmas and Kew Years,
1 ' 51 .-OS.
I'li'in ti:e p im three mouths
H. CRAMPT0N & CO.
Hie Keck Island Booksftllrs.
Havf Wn petting ready for the
n.-ire-st trad ever done
in tbt-ir store.
-ALL Li Mis op
on. .., -! cclH!.TOf rurr.whlngal kinds
" -ove. with CwtiE,:, at 8 eente
. " ",l,r' kind, of machine
-.1 .. . . .
"in no rtori(, amlans.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
Leave Your Orders for
t't" Ei,Mh w nd Tcnthjavenne.
H. F. Lamp Manager.
II - Will Ho Hi h iaj MerarlnK
9lr I'anits far ilie Mt.lm Tool
eed or IfetrrnrliaieBt.
CnngreeBmiD Cable was in the city yes
terday oallioe on his friends of both par
tiex. Mr. Cable t-xmetised biniielf as
very atxinm to aid in eecuriDg the n - w
appropriatiun for fiiit-hlnif the pool in'et.
Coly about f 60 000 will be needed to
make the cbauuei 400 feet wide, and as
the improvement is -of parainoual impor
tance to the maintenince of the power
that operates the extensive gOTernraent
works at this point. there
would setm tn be no een
ume "retrenchmpr t in letting
the work go half done. Mr. Cable
says ibe retrenchment policy of the new
congress will necesMrily be quite pro
nounced on account cf the vast and uns
precedented expenditure of the last cn
cress, amounting to more than $1,000.-
"We prope,"said Mr. Cable, "to re
duce tix-i'ion as much as possible, and
still maint-un an honest and progressive
government The democratic unrtv
Hu d committed to tariff reform, and
unless hundicapped by the senate ar,d
president, intends to reduce taxation in
that direction by miking judicious
charges." Moline -tepublicaa-Journal.
The Molfrn Wo darn.
The Ciiri-itm'as edition of the Modern
Woodman contains k photo of the Lead
fflcers, and also she ts that the cresent
membership of thin popular insurance
order to be 55.001, all in nine healthy
northwestern s'ates-. During 1891 new
members to the number of 14 000 have
bten arid-d. ami s'il: they're coming. The
cost ot each $1 ('Of of insurance for a
man 37 years of age has been only 4 95
The running exponas have bi?en 6i) cents
a mi-rul'tr. This i hint; of limiting the
otder to the htalt'jlest states in the
union, and including large cities, is a
happy idea; 'lie asi- limitation is wise, a
a'so the rest i -tiorg as to occupa'i ir, and
ihe system o? graded ass ssments. The
order is pajing out 150.000 a month to
widows ami orphans. The administra'
tion of Hetid Cons.il X rthcott and hi"
coadjutors i ilemoistrated to be a suc
L.iCAL 0'I M'EN.
Christmas candies at Krell & Math's.
Chritmat rees and 1re;e ornaments at
K'ell & Math's
Get a hask- t fill d with nicecsndy fjr
10c at Krell & Ma h'i.
Call on E. B. V Kown for hard wood
and Kft co.!. Telephone 1.1C3.
A nice present a bi x or basket of fine
candy. Krell & Math hiive the Hnt-M.
Mixed nuts snd mixed candies till ytui
can't rest, at Krcl .t MithV.snd at siich
The largest selection of finp, pure ran
dies in the three ciius and put io in
boxes or haf-kets is to be found a" Krell
3c Math's new sio-e.
The taxes for 1891 are now due and
may be paid to the township collector at
Hurst & Dnnalds m's office in Maoon'c
Temple blot k. Your list yeir's rceipt
will be of fjreat aMstance to the collector
in finding y nur d 'senptions on the thx
botiks. Wn liam T. Scones,
To lrrictn mo Libnaiid IPs.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you ot.r illustrated pamphlet
explaining all abiutDr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervou
dabilitated syste-n, and how they will
quickly restore jou to vigor, manhood
snd health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
Voltaic Bki.t Co . Mareaall. Mich.
We have 8 ld El)'s Cream Balm about
three years, an 1 bave recommended its
use in more 'han a hundred cial cases
of catarrh. Tne unaninous an-wer to our
inquiries is, "it is the In st remedy that I
ever used." O r extwrienre is. that
where parti s continued i s ie. it never
failed to cure. J. II. Montgomery &
Co.. Druggists. Decoruh. Iowa.
hen I bt gan using Ely's Cream Balm
my catarrh was so bad I bad headache
the whole time, and discharged a lr-.v
aniount of flltl.y matter. That hs ut
most entirely lisappeared, and I have
not hal headiche since. J.' II. trim
mers, Stephney. Conn.
uw Try Thu.
It will cost you nothing and will sun-ly
do you gocd. i' jou have a cmgh, cold,
or any irouh e with throat, chest or
lungs. Dr. K ny'a New Disrovery for
consumption, t oughs and coids is yur
snteed to give relief, or money will be
paid back. Siffenrs from L Gr;iut
found it j ist tie thing and under its ih;
had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try
a sample bottle at our expense and b arn
for yourself jurt how good a thing it is.
Trial bottles free at Ilar'z & B ibnt-eu's
drug store. Large sizj otic and $1.
S. II. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis , w&s
troubled with neuralgia and rheuraali-m.
his stomach wis disordered, his liver was
affected to an alarming de'e, sppetit"
fell away, and he was terribly r 'duct d
in fl-.-sh and strength. Three bottles ot
Electric Bitteis cured him,
Elward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111 ,hnd
a running for-; on h!s leg of eight years
standing. Ut-ed three bottles of E ectric
Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklens
Arnica Stive, and his leg is sound and
well. John Speaker, Catawba, Ohio, had
five large fev r sores on his leg, doctors
said he was ii. curable. One bottle Elec
tric BiMiirs and one box Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Sold by
Ilariz & Bah3aen, drug store.
bucxljcn's abnica saxvb.
The best f alve in the world for cj's,
bruises, soren, ulcers, salt rheum, fevct
sores, tetter, chapped hands, -chilblains,
corns and a' I skin eruptions, and poii
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satidiaciuu
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For at le by Harts & Bahnat-u.
HEALING OF THE LUNGS.
Interesting Iimtitures f lt Spontaneous
That pulmonary tuberculosis is curable
is demonstrated clinically by the recovery
of patients in whose sputa elastic tissue
and bacilli had been found, writes Dr. Wil
liam Osier, and anatomically by the exist
ence of lesions in all stages of healing.
Perfect healing does not occur after cavi
ties are formed. A cavity may lie much
reduced in size, but is not often -closed. In
a large number of autopsies healed or
quiescent tubercular lesions have been
found in the lungs. This was noticed in
1SS0 by Palmer Howard, who called atten
tion to the Kreat frequency of puckering
at the apices of the lungs in elderly per
sons. At 1,000 autopsies of his over fifty-nine
cases, or 5.05 per cent., were found in
which persons dying of other disausea pre
sented undoubted tubercular lesions in the
lungs. In the Paris morgue it is said that
75 per cent, of suicides and those accident
ally killed present evidences of old tuber
According to The Journal of the Ameri
can Medical association, which is quoted as
authority for the foregoing statements,
these facts demonstrate, first, the wide
spread prevalence of tul)erculois, and, sec
ondly, the fact, as shown by the above fig
ures, that at least one-fourth of all in
fected persons recover spontaneously.
Once infection lias occurred there are
three indications first, to place the person
in stii-roiuidintrs most favorable for the
tiiiiintfiiaiiee of a maximum decree of
health: second, to take such measures as
in a local or general way influence the
tnberciiloii process, and third, to alleviate
symptoms which are necessarily associated
with the disea-e. The en virnnment is of
the first importance. A patient confined
to the house in close, overheated rooms, or
in the sniffy, ill ventilated dwellings of
the poor, or even in hospitals, does not
stand the chance with the patient in the
froh air and suushine all day long. The
home treatment of consumption is im
portant. Fresh air and sunshine are til
essential. Altitude is a secondary consid
eration in comparison with these.
Of measures which influence the gen
eral condition, apart from hygiene and
diet, there are four which have stood
the test of experience cod liver oil, hyper
phosphites, arsenic ami creosote, all of
which act by improving the nutrition and
rendering the tissues more resistant, the
soil less suit aide for the growth and de
velopment of the tulx-rcle baciiii.
A l'ire in tile lteilrnoin.
The inhabitants of southern Europe
clothe t hem-elves very warmly in winter
time, ami do not light a lire unless the neces
sity for it is very great. Some of them say
that tires are unhealthy, wherein they
would agree with old fashioned persons iti
this c. milt ry, whoare wont to keep a large
fire in living rooms, but say that it is
health ful to go to bed without a lire.
Other people, however, look upon a bed
room fire in a house with no furnace or
steam heat as a necessity in winter, and
an open grate lire is certainly an impor
tant means of ventilation. More chills are
taken than people imagine by leaving sit
ting rooms, w hich have had good fires in
them all day, and sleeping in coiil lied
rooms, never even warmed by a g.uslight.
No bedroom is so "stuffy" as the one in
which a lire is seldom, if ever, lighted. It
i-a mistake to think it a matter of indif
ference w hen you are "once asleep;"' the
temperature of t he body is always less than
when you are awake and moviug about;
tins is t he reason why people are so apt to
take coH if t hey fall asleep while driving
or sitting in tiie open air.
THE MAID OF HONOR.
Unties anil Privilege!! of Thin Important
The maid of honor is a prominent and
useful member of the fashionable wedding
party of today and tier duties as defined by
liood Form are as follows:
The maid of honor stands next t lie bride
during t he ceremony, also at t he reception,
and she goes with her to her room to as
sist wit h her t raveling attire. Hers is t lie
privilege also of casting a slipper after the
departing carriage. Her gown is generally
more elegant in texture than that worn by
l.ridesmaids. At present it is made with a
demitrain. while bridesmaid- suits are no
longer than their figures, if her toilet is
not, white it should lie of a pale tint, so
that, the bride may not seem to be too col
orless in her wedding robes of white.
It is courtesy to consult the bride liefore
selecting her gown, and sheshouid lie care
ful that its make or style should not lessen
the bride's beauty, and that by the con
trast of her ow n personality she does not
detract from the charms of t he young wife.
Whatever k ituittesses the bride has been
unable to express, where attentions were
due, the maid of honor assumes during her
nbs-nce, such as visiting elderly or invalid
friends or dependents, etc.
Guest That Are ll:ril to Kiitertain.
"The people whom I most dread as
guests," remarked a woman noted for her
generous hospitality, "are those who have
no capacity for small pleasures." An ex
change which quotes this remark, says:
''Any reader who is accustomed to enter
tain much will easily recognize the class
to which the speaker referred. They are
the persons who are restless unless some
thing is continually "going on,' as they
express it. They cannot seem to enter into
the quiet enjoyments of the family in
which they nre visiting. A walk, with no
special object in view, is to them the
tamest sort of recreation.
"They cannot understand another's de
light in finding a new flower. They.won
der why you go out on the veranda to view
a fine sunset. The success of a new stitch
in embroidery or a new receipt in cooking,
the pleasurable excitement in tracing a
quotation, the arrival of a new book ail
these are trifles beneath their notice. It
ttiere are children in the household, they
pay no attention to their little ambitions
and accomplishments. Mary's amateur
playing or John's crude attempts at paint
ing have little interest to the visitor who
has no gift to finding happiness in small
pleasures, but to find it thas is a gift well
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, IA.
Are selling THIS WEEK a splendid boys lace
shoe for $1, worth $1.50.
Imparts (M iilianl transparency to the sktn. H
E BioTti i'irr,.iie, frvfkU and dMolortion. m
Isalrhy t.Uirvtladnirirt tt ornfcuJtxl for 60 cU
i etamf by
f .J frond 51
D ft X UU
KraFArem Asmntn BmuutJ (10 8pru
Ftrcet). (Ian mw
I tmf antrMts mar
-iair UP Jt in
We have the
:B0ST0N STORM RU8BERS:
both ladies and
J. T. D IXON.
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
1622 Second Avenue