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THE JLRQUPi FRIDAY. JANUAKY 8f 1892.
ffTihUrKToi t your door
T " "Valine l 1 P" wcck-
r7rToN On chsttel mortsnnres.
M0NK dlnm-nd. Jewelry, and all articles
, V" j J0".'. yo..davenn.
jfj.n; -jjj pg s - Steely fiirnisiol
U ANTEl .h hoard t readable r.tes. 806
vtk'i ' i'mVkITKI-Y-A iri for yenernl
.'...'J. Mw-ePih -l-ert.
r-J ' ,n , :.rw j. . -ale 'men to take order
,vi-n.-u fruit ai l orna-nental trees,
Kurub. ere. o experience
'r"l-J ,;n,v- required GOOD PAY.
P l-itfH CO., Koobjster,
. r ilk Kn u r A ' u &
. 4- r p i i : ff v P rt
IV..,i.i -mp ! ,om' prmrlpal citv, M
' .n v. cnrM of our bu-inH an 4 ap
f'm in an v.rc J demand, and , ay net
...nrf' llf W I" 1U
: '.;ir.m evervwuere for ' SUKFP'S
AeiiYiT tiKA of the WORLu"; produced
htii(!i.W; tremendous sococ; Mr.
V W-hi IN'i-er Ind, c ared $Sft3 n 4
.4 1, ih ny tninnt-s Tti C'ea-est
. M .m "Oih iiliir-trited circulars
."il-."i'f'- Addre-. !lohn H:r.!e I
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M'.l M. il nnrrir, ,miut-iu. i t-1111 ,
in- Bwent D0.1K on
rs and terms
.11 ' s'nnt ;reeL. rhil dolphia, P.
PfiOFESSION AL CARDS.
ITT0KN4Y AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
fl -n-'V.-. '.T) Second Averne.
J KSOS & KL'KST,
ATTOK'S KYH AT LAW. OfBce in Rock Island
SstvtiV Hr.uk B'li'dim'. R wk fslsnd. 111.
I I IfltlET. O. UW1MU
SVF.OEY & WALKER,
1 TJXiSK'!? AVI rorv'SKLW)RS AT LAW
ilO'S'- in nenirs'on'" "look, Rnek Inland, 111.
"jsTenTkY & McESlRY,
TT 'RNSY'SJ AT LAW Loan money on eood
cariiy, mike col'ectims, Kf-fiirence, Mitch
el' a Lyndc har.k.'rs oftlee In PoMofBce V.ork.
"THE DAILY ARUCS.
rn SALE EVKRY EVSNINO at CTamptons
' ( SrMid. Five cents per copy.
J. F. 1IYSSS, M. D
sician kd Surgeon.
In tmieerHnn ith a cnner.il prartl,e, makes a
r-cii'tv of rl si ste of wom s
fies senre. I4i! Second Ave. Rxik Iland.
Offlre, c r S.'r-.nil Ave and Fifteenth rtreet.
ll mrs: 9 to 12 a. m. n i S tn 6 p. m.
Te'ephnn No 130rt.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
T'sth extrsct'd wlrhont pain by the -sen
"ha1. (ffle over Don's,
o. lti!7 Second avenue. Rock Island.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR,
fta and snperlntenlenee for all class of
Bms V) and M, V It, lie I T.ynde building
DRS. B1CKEL & SCHOEMAXER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 39-31.
E. M. PEAROE,
RtMin -13 in M'trheU & Lrn-leV newfbloc.
A brilliant array of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
a ila-n g rray of
! let- Xoreliir-h fur
Cliristmas and New Years,
1 BO 1-02.
Hurinsj the past three mouths
K, CRAMPTON & CO.
1 he Rocfe Island Booksellers.
Hav been getting ready for the
biggest trade ever done
in tht-ir etore.
ALL KUNOH OF
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of fBrnlshlng al. kind
of Stove, with Casttnps at 8 eenta
A MACHINE SHOP
kaa been added where all kind of maefctne
work will be done first-clas.
NINTH 8T. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts
Leave Your Orders for
Corner Eleventh street nd Tonthjavenne.
Tvlephooe Ko. 1220.
H. P. LAMP Manager.
the Interesting Phenomenon as It Oc
curs in Our Camlles, Ijtmpa, Ktc.
Combustion is chemical action accom
panied by litfht and he.it. Cliemical union
is always attended by tin development of
heat, not always by libt, because the
union varies in intensity and quickness.
But when a candle is burinns we can study
ail the interesting phenomena of combus
TI1K DAVY SFV.TY LAMP.
In the cane of a comin u candle or lamD
the wick is intermediary. Tlie oil mounU
in the lamp wick, wh-re it is converted
into a r.-w by heat; it then "tki's fire"
and gives us li.-ht ami heat. The candle
name is just the sanio ith one exception.
the burtnnn material is solid, not liquid.
though the dilierence I.- only apparent, fr
the wax is melted and j oes up as gas. The
burning part ol the vifk has a center
where there is no comb istiou and contains
When we proceed to light our lamps to
reail or to write by, we tind some difficulty
in rnaMiiLr i iie its nnrn at nrsl. e
present to it a lighted taper, Rnd it has no
immediate elTect. He-e we have oil and
cotton, two t hings which would speedily
set a warehouse in flames from top to bot
tom, bat we cannot evn ivrnite them, try
all we can. Why?
Because we must
first obtain a gas;
oil will not burn
liquid; it must he
heated to a pas-
eous point before
it will burn, as all
pends upon that,
so names mount
bich in air.
Now, iu a can
die flame, as will
be seen in the dia
gram, there are
the inner dark
core, which con
sists of tin horned
pas; the outer
flame, which gives
light, and the out
side rim of perfect
luminous. In the
center (A) there is
no heat. If we
place a piece of
gauze wire over
t he flame at a lit
tle distance the
flume will not pen
ctrate it.. It will
neath, because the
wire, tieingof met
al, quickly absoriis
CONsTnurTIOV OF A
the heat, and con
pequent ly there IH no llame. una mea leu ,
to the invention of the "safety" lamp by
Sir Humphrey Davy, which, although it is
not infallible, has l eii so largely and sue
eessfuily used jn iiiiie-s. See lirst cut.
Mines must have light, but there is gas
in mines, a "marsh ' gas, which becomes
very explosive when it mixes with oxyaen.
Of course the gas will le harmless till
it meet.-, oxygen, but, in its efforts to
meet, it explodes the moment the union
takes place; instead of burning slowly like
a candle it goes off ail at once. This gas,
called "fire damp," is carburet red hydro
gen, and when it ex ilodes it. iVvelops into
carbonic acid gas, which s;:.i'ocatcs the
Woods That Sink In Water.
There are 413 species u Irees found
within the limits of the United States and
territories, sixteen of which. Popular
Science News says, will sink in water
when perfectly seas ned. The heaviest of
these is the black ironwood (Condalia
ferrea), found only in southern Florida,
which is more thi.n 30 per cent, heavier
than water. Of the other fifteen, the best
known are the lignum viUe ((jiiaiucum
sanctum) and the -natvgrove (Uhizophora
mangle). Texas and New Mexico, lands
full of queer, creeping, crawling, walking
and inanimate things, are the homes of a
species of oak (Qnercus griea), which is
atHMit 1,V times heavier than water, and
which, w hen gree i, will biuk almost us
qnickly as a bar of iron. It grows only in
mountain regions, and has been found
westward as far us the Colorado desert,
where it grows at an elevation of 10.OU0
A Cine That Will Withstand Water.
In The Industrial World attention is
called to a strong i.lue that will withstand
water, oil and alcouol. It is made by soft
ening pure unvuh-anized india rubber in
benzole or naphtha. To one part of rub
ber, originally used, add ten to twenty
parts of pulverized shellac, mixing it with
the benzole. Rub the mixture well in a
mortar, transfer to a cup and warm upon
a water bath (or me a glue pot for this);
apply by melting with a warm iron or wire
on the surfaces to l united. Do not use a
flame. Common glue may he melted with
water and one-ten t.h its weight of bichro
mate of potash. Exposure to light makes
The IV: llltary Cape.
The military ca le is just now one of the
fashionable fads. It appears on the new
est ulsters and it figures for evening wear.
Harper's Bazar siys of it: "For evening
capes this design is repeated in cream col
ored or biege clot h lined with ermine, the
upiier cape band -d with three rows of er
mine, showing tl e black 'taillettes' which
mark this royal f nr. Very elaborate capes
of royal purple r of violet cloth combine
lace with fur in the tritnmiug, having the
upper cape of blsck lace headed with mink
tail or sable fn-. Black cloth military
capes have the si orter eliKiw cape of black
velvet, with colli .r and borders of Persian
Charles H Stoddard to William R
Moore, e 88 feet, lot 28, 6, 17. lw. as
sessor's plat, 1881, (1.
Williom R Moore to Emma D Velle
lots 18 19. 29. 21. 22. 23 and 28. W R
Moore's First add.. Rock Island. $1 400.
Trustees of sr.hnola 16. 2w. to D-ivid
Cramer, pan lot 27. town of Sears. $301.
Estnte of John A.. Bover. C. G. Dack.
M. G Field and George Wool appointed
Estate f J. B. Cox. Order adiastino-
liens relating to funds ii hands of ad
ministrator and for the distribution of
LICENSE TO WED
31 William Giapengater, Etta Bnr-
gtr, Kockford; Theodore Kasch, Katie
b. firanet, Rock Island; Alexander
Stromnerg, Maihi da Bwanson, Moline;
John Bruce, Lydia Anderson, Gilchrist;
Chris fj. heberman. Mary R. Downing,
Rock 1,1 and; John G Sherman, Edna M.
Girgles, Houth Rock Island; Edward
H. btrle, Eliza R earet Rock Island.
Jn. 2 Jscques Reich, New York,
Lina Ie linter, Moline.
4 John Schsfer Mry Lochmann.Rock
Island; James Powers, Mary F. Messiter,
5 Calvin M. Diehl. Buffilo Prairie,
Austu8 B. McCormick. Illinois City;
William Andrews. Geneseo, Rose Gainey,
Bensio went to rhnrch that morning
She had never been before,
"Bnt she's old enough," said mamma;
"Three years old. and almost four."
She had promised to be quiet;
"No, indeed; she wouldn't cry!"
Holding tifrht to papa's lintrer,
OfT she went with sparkling eye.
Wonderingly she saw the people.
Saw the flowers and the best:
Gawd op at the lofty arehes.
Hut the mnsic pluased her best.
When It reased and came the sermon,
Bessie frowned and fidgeted.
"Shi be quiet, liesst" said mamma.
Bat she shook her little head.
Stood npon the red pew cash ion.
Waved her hand in qneenly way
Toward the preacher, toward the organ
"Man, be qnietl Band, yon play!"
II. F. Lovett in Cbnrrhrnan.
for any trace of antipyrine, morphine,
ch'orsi, or any other injurious compound
in Krai.se's Headache Capsules. Rartc
In the pursuit ol tut gooa things of
this world we anticipate too much; we
sat out the heart and sweetness of world
y pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
a.'l claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases. Price, 50 cents, of
ltrlBI0& GOODS -
The only safe way for purchasers is to
insist on having the genuine article, and
not allow themselves to be swindled by
having plasters said to be "just as good,"
or "containing superior ingredients,"
imposed npn them. There are only
tricks to sell inferior goods that no more
compare with Allcock's Porous Plasters
than copper docs with eoid. One trial of
Allcock's Porous P asters v ill convince
the most nkept cle of their merits.
The eminent Henry A. Mott, Jr., Pb.
D , F. C. 8, late goveroment chemist,
' My investigation of A'lpork's Porous
Plsstt r shows it to contain valuable and
essential ir.gredicn s not found in any
other plaster, and I find it superior to
nd more ffl ient thn any other plas
ter." Ask for Allcock's and let nc folicita
!i"n or explanation induce you to scccpt
is and will ever be the
I f 7 . '
Htv. V.a Eiita format ATMl
Before yon need to buy, owain
nPP OP CHARCEfl
the valuable booki "Gtride to Hf altht" wltll.
tlllM Vr TlTTIIlTlll mm irl utwwuatuus iwjiHmiagi
AC iDt iss;
51 1 n Rpnadwav.
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Prize Medals Awarded!
flrrTrrooaii TTnnfint Bodolfttadt-IrnndoHi
Vienna, Prunii Botterdam, Oliezu
UlirmUUwigl H""""' aw
50 Cents a bottle, For Sale by
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PA TITTER,
flfFint-claM.work asd sneeia attentioa te
RINQ TJB UP,
Telet'hon No. 1214
IS RCF. 01 ErFEN BACH'S
a rn&i p'ip rnr vru:riAi Btaifniic
?f j & iu Usis'i'T TH0UBL1S 1 tOliNCL
'.-..; k r.in.liS-.ir.ra 019 f. ttO
Z' TCH r'..",.Tlc,. WO UKCIB
VAlBlY llli BIS4r0liTtST.PMt.
V-9f''n:lr mtnw in tuGd&vt. l&daja
-. rulurtt iinr.-rl. krrttr frer.
1 ;.C PESt.' L i)C 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 selling THIS WEEK a
shoe for $1, worth $1.50.
InrmrtP m rdlliMtt trmnfMratviv U U nkiH. ft
I mnTM Ail ivtinnreH. Irpfkl and .iMXkrmt.ons. Ko
I sale by mi ttntvrl Cruyrvci ta or maiied fur 60 cU
THIS PAPEH c
-"7 fonnd on
r treet. where ad ver- pr-C7 T?T'
1 sru aontreete may f'SSr fc V t rH ti
We have the
BOSTON STORM RUBBERS:
both ladies and
J. T. DIXOJST
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
splendid boys lace
1622 Second Avenue
fei tin 1 s SJf -VIS ST- AUafi. W