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THEJAKGUD. TUESDAY, JANTJAKY 12, 1892.
I .-mBNBY'ATLAW-Offlcewith J. T. Km
JACKSOS at hubs'!
in Rock Island
1" a. l. WAtna.
.TT.-WEVS ASB OOCN8BLWR3 AT LAW
ft 1 In BoQgBion'g Moot. Knck I'Dd .
JIT . m
M.,DVirvH at LAW Low money on Pa
ATTSrUecVon,. Reference Mitch
$ i Urnd'o. nker. Office In PoUofflc. block.
" -.- Hiii.v AKKl'S.
nk B BVBKY EVENING t Crampton'B
St'Vi s.ud. Five cunts per copy.
"""" J. P. MYBBS, M. D.,
i f.'-'ion in ei-nwl prictke. makes a
1 !.r''i!tv of d i '' of women.
,,.',,.,'. i i:n "fend Ave. Kx-k Island.
;. .- s'-r nl Ave and Fifteenth ttrcct.
'. ,n 'I in -! . ro. n 1 S to 5 p. m.
' T-i'vlionc N'o VSHI.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORKE,
.xtrirtcil without pain hy the new
. -h..:. 0'-- ovor poii-!.,
c over pon s,
li.1T Second avenne. Rock Ipl.icd.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
ni l puprintt'n 1oncc for all clap of
. ,. .; ! " M it hr I fc I.rnde bnilding
y-.-!i.-'.i & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-31
R. M. PEARCE,
K - -ts .V. in M'trtell LTni'.''f new;b!ocfc.
A brilliant army of holidav
f Rich Fancy Goods,
Anl a brfwilderug arraj' of
rV-io- Novel'is for
Christinas and Kew Years,
T..iG"tLe past three mouths
Ji cra:mpton:& co.
Tl:- R h- Island Bookse'lers,
:I-iv- h --triag ready f r the
h 's: ind- ever done
in their store.
-ALL E1VD8 OP-
Cast Iron Work
irji.u. A rprr.ii'.!;y of fnrnie Mug at. kind
or sioyc. with Cantlnpn at 8 ecuit
A MACHINE SEO?
si" been added where all kind, of machine
work will be done first-class.
NINTH ST. AND ?th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
Leave Your Orders for
Jr '' ' ' v ""l "trcet n l Tenth avenue.
h No. ti!-l.
H. F. LAMP Manager.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. II. & L. J. PARKER,
t?T-t-clai.;wor and special attention to
Krvo rs rp,-
Telei.hone No. 1214
-unman iiwudld u iuwn
MIODU-AGCO OLD WEN. NO
I'jACM MEDICATION, NO UNCIN-
W iX. TA1HTT OR DISAPPOINTMENT, but post
veuam on trlI b, morn fir SI. CIrmiM ftK.
Sol.. . . THE PERU DRUG CO..
"airta. forth C 6 189 Wit-$t,. MH WAUAtl. wrs
Lffi W ROF.DIEFFENBACH'S
$AXS- I SURE CURE SffKIIAt, NERVOUS
FANCY WORK NOTES.
New a.vi Charming; Flowrr noilica A
navioty ICall for Little Kolk. j
Xovel and beautiful are the "flower
doilies." The found ition is of fine white
linen; this is shaped as a poppy, 'op ex
ample, and outlined, veined and shaded
with silk. Any flowf p can be represented,
and the color chosen to suit the tabic deco
Some new photograph frames are covered
with watered silk.
Fashionable tea cl th desiims are the
Marie Autoinette, wh ireon are bunches of
flowers tied up with ribbons, and the Louis
XV, with its combination of scrolls in gold
with bright colored flowers.
A pretty sponge ling is of fine butcher's
linen embroiJered in .inen floss, lined with
rubber sheeting anil gathered on draw
One of the best sty' es for a table runner
that will wash istocl nose the damask with
a graceful desitrn w iven in it either in
cream and white ora'l white. Outline this
pattern in the usual rcwel stitch with in-
frriiin flax thread, li itly (illinK in the de
sign here and there u it li fancy st itches.
A lady tells of an a tractive ball for chil
dren. It is compose! : entirclv of soft silk.
and is elliptic rather ban round. The silk
is tucked all over am. the tucks drawn in
on the thread, ami the interior is liiler
down or something equally light. It could
hardly hurt the must h licutc pieceof china,
and a small child mi:;Ut be allowed to play
with it nlniot with i.npunilv in anv room
Any one who happens to have by her one
of the old reticules hep grandmother and
great-grandmother t ed to carry in the
days when the skirts were so scant v t hero
was no mitii for pocl ct will ,lo well to re
produce its shape, a- it can often be made
exceedingly prvlty. The favorite form is
the sack, made of v.-Uvt, lined with s,uin
of a contrasting cohr, an 1 i-.ften covered
with small spangles to match. Some of
the newest have a de p, wide heading edged
with fur; others, ag: in, are either worked
all over in IhmiIs or en broidered with sprigs.
An example of tl e growing fancy for
green is seen in a 4a le cover that has a
center of ipiiet urcen damask a green that
has a dasli of gray in it. This is bordered
with soft cre;:t.i silk decorated with scrolls
worki'd in ln-i.iie and green, gold and lilac
shades of silk.
A I! a mlsi ihc Screen.
Many and various irethe forms in which
screens are fasKioinH nowadays. Our cut
givi a very-h.LiidsDine example of a style
T..w:i :. ii; rii.T si i;h-.n.
which is muc;. likeil. It is light, conven
ient to move a Unit ind sufiicicntly steady
when properly ninth .
The screen h-".s a f atne of t bonized bam
boo, the drain tv is i f silk powth reil with
embroidered ferns. prays, lm: lei Hit s etc..
ami is edged wit'i a multicolored silk
frinire. The drnpciy is gracelully loopcl
up wit h I assth-d eoi ds and bows of plain
silk. The lining is n a bright contrasting
OlicUen f "OfMiet 1 rs,
T'or chicken croqi ettes use one solid pint
of finely chopped co iked cuickeii, oili'lalih
spoonful of salt, ( ic half teaspoonful of
pepper, one teaenpf il oi cream or of chick
en stock, one lal)lejio i.ii'i.l of flour, four
eggs, one teaspiKinf nl of choppe.i parsley,
one teaspoonful of niion juu-i'. one table
spoonful of l"mon j'iici . otic pint .f lireai
rrumhs anil thru' I. .l;!c--pMit;f ils of huttcr.
Put the cream or stock on to boil, mix
flour and butter anil stir it:- the rrcam
add ihirketi ami M-asoiiii.i.-. lloil two
minutes and add two of the eggs well
beaten. Take from the fire immediately.
When cold, mold, cc vit with egg and bread
crumbs ami fry.
A colored picture is generally framed in
good taste, according to Decorator and
Furnisher, if given a suitable mat with a
narrow gilt frame. Silk frames are some
times used for col ired pictures, also for
black and white" effects. They are made
by arranging soft. ! Ids of any plain colored
China or I.iuia s.!u over a pine liami
which can be bong it for a small sum or
made at home. fan of delicate lure
across one corner v lil add to its beaut y
One of these pine frames may also be
cheaply covered with thedull vellow brown
mat ting that . ciimc? around tea chests and
lighted by da.lie?. o.' gilt
Three lioiled notatoes. mashed; one tea
spoon mustard, two teaspoons salt, one tea
spoon essence anc .ovy. uirce tauiespooiis
olive oil. one table- noon vinegar, two hard
boiled eggs, yolks Stir thoroughly and
serve at once.
One Thinj; ami Another.
lironzc ornament s are sometimes cleaned
bv washing with sian and water with
very soft sponge, and then afterward with
beer, not letting it touch the silver more
than necessarv. This should he carefully
wipe off, not allowed to dry on.
An old English reciiie for restoring oil
cloth is as follow Melt half an ounce
of beeswax in a saucer of turpentine. Hub
the surface of the r ili loth all over with the
mixture and then rub with a dry cloth.
Keep nickel, silvi rornamentsand mounts
bright by rubfointi-wit.h woolen clolli sai
united in spirits of ammonia.
To take ink stai s out of marble, mix
eqnal quantities of fresh spirits with vitriol
and lemon iuice. Put them in a liottle and
rbakc well. Wet 1 he spots, and in a little
while nib with a soft linen rag until they
"When furniture i s to be revarnished wash
it first with strong soda water to remove
A Song; of Joy.
' "Bric-a-brac is going ont.
Listen, honscmaids. to my song,
bend the joyful news along.
Lift your troubled hearts from care.
Wave your dusters in the air.
No moro bard earned wages clipped
To repay for treasures chipped.
Sing and dance and lauiib and shout.
Bric-a-brac is going outi
Join, ys husbands, in the strain.
Yours the profit and the gain.
No more jaunts with wife to seek
Costly nothings called "unique."
No more monstrous bills to pay
For some ogly piece of clay.
Fashion puts the fad to rout,
Uric-a-brae is going out!
Comfort, lovers, fnll In line!
Bend the knee at Fashion's shrine;
Give that cranky dame her due
Since she proves so kind to you.
Homes no longer will be shops.
All that sort of thing she stops.
You'll have room to walk about.
Bric-a-brac is going out!
Down ye objects, useless, old
Worth one time your weight in gold.
Dust collecting stuff, avaunt!
From each nook and niche and haunt.
Off! ye foes to brush and broom,
(.'umbering shelf and mantel room,
.lar .in i vase and candlestick.
Fall in linel March: finable quick!
Hear ye not the foeinan's sbuut
Bric-n-brac is coins' o'lt!
Kl!a Wheeler Wilcox in Life.
A Fostponeil Trip.
Cabbie 1 understand that you lost the
eteatner for Europe.
Stone Yes. My wifo had to go back
for another hairpin. Cloak Review.
In the pursuit of mo gooi things o!
ois world we anticipate too much; we
.at out the heart and sweetness of worM
!y pleasures by delight fui forethought of
rem. The results obtained from the U3C
xf Dr. Jones" Red Clover Tonic far exceed
I1 clainifc. It cures dyspepsia fcnd all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
Mood punner, a sure cure lor ague ana
nala.-ial disea.sfc. Price, CO cents, of
for Over Tifty Tears
Mrs. Winslows Soothing Svrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
'heir children while teething. If dis
turbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cuttitiE teeth send at once and get
a bottle of "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re-
ievc the poor little sufferer immediately
Depend upon it, mothers, thcreisno mis
lake about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
.'olic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and ccercy to the
hole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
yrup" for children teethine is pleasant
'othe taste and is the prescription of one
if the oldes and best female physicians
ind nurses in the United Elites. Sold by
til druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-tive cents a bottle. lb.' sure and
v;k for "Mrs. Winslow's fx tfcirir Svrup
cl-iit to ii bilious i;;tf ? t'ir f in, micIj :JI
I!22jr.ps, N.iuscu, yrw.-iiit..-I - t:""-'s aiit'X
c:-tinjr. I'uiu ia the M.Uj, A. TVhii : . T-iotfi
rtijiirtti'li; tuccej-3 has br-n eUuwc in criiij
ITcaiTaclio. yt Carf r Litlo JAvt-r Ti?. trra
Cl'i;tily v.;Iuai: in Const ipatum. c.ri iiicKii.l pix
V.:ntiup thiHfiniioyirccoiJTtlaint. hilo thf v a! ."3
rimtrtalluistrJ.-rsiit l.jottr.ii..i. ?;.s i !?".;: u
J-.vcr und xep uUti tiio bowels, jl v .ii ii tUcy olJj
tuffi-r fromlhiPtlistn'Pinsconiplami; butforti
tiatelythcirp .o.!iicaa.iaTiooiiUitro,al tii'isa
"hoencotry them will find tiirso little pii!-val?s-v.u.o
;:i ? j ljiny vniTs that Ihviy not bo iT
j. Lutiij without them. 2jutif:.TaiisickA.c
flstlicbanocf fo many lives fhnf Y rs s Tbcre
wemiOrinur Rreut boast. Our jjiUac.imit wtila
l-l":rs Ue IlOt.
Canero Liltle Liver Pills are very RTnaU and
very easy to tnko. One or two pills xuikaa d-to.
They arc strictly vegetable and do nji (Tripo or
l.'iiyo. liutVy Uicir pen tie action p!eaeail who
nsdthcm. In valsRt 25cent ; fivefor 1 1. Sold
by druggists every wtiaxo, or scat by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SKILFUL SMALL DGSF. S'rfALL PP.lCf
A sic your firiiLirist fur
boil !e of t'.ig ii. The onlv
noa prisonous ri rnedv l:irall
the tinnntiiral disftinnre und
privn tediM-asi.'S of men it nd tho
del-. hint!:, g v eaktiess pteuliur
to women. It cures in a fi w
days without the aid or
piinnrity of a doctor.
.iftc ( mtrr.icl Awrr.rtin Cvr.
,Tfce Evans Chemical Co,
OWCKLY, THOROUGHLY. FOREVER CURED
t. vj m new perterlea
pctentiflc met.KKl that
caunot fH tinlefft UiC
A1)m cao beyond human
7??3r-j7 l aid. You feel improved
the first day, feel a bene
fit verT day : Boon know
y on reel f a fcinic BffluriR
men in body, mind and
benrt. Dmins and lowaes
ended. Kvery obstacle
to happy married lite re
mo vtd. Nerve foree,
will, energy, brain power,
when tRiiiug nr loetare
refttored by tbin treat
ment. All smalland wetUt
portionMof the tHKly en
larged and MreDfitbened.
Vlfttmsof ftbuea and
exresae. reelaim yur
manbood ufferent f rm
f oily, overwork, HI bealth,
nvain ytjrvipfir! Don t
deapair.even tf in the last
rtane. Don't be dtubeart
ened if quacks have rob
bed yoa. Let QBPhow yon
tnat medteal acienne and
bnslneaa honor vtUI ertut: bere ?o hand In hand.
v?rlt Twr oar Book with explanations proofs,
mailed aestfe rre Over t.OOO rvfercaeea.
EBIE KEDICAL CO. t BUTT AIO, IT. Y.
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 splendid boys lace
shoe for $1, worth $1.50.
M mori r f )i pn.iWi, f n"kf- and Ufr-ci-UtraUon. Kor
11 atr by il tirsi-ria- drutrtri- ts oruuailvd lor 60 eta
l .ny fonna a
11 x uw. r.
.inrim imnmw BcruAn (10 Bpraoe
t trel. wbere ailTer- I
I nop 3ontreta may
We have the
:B0ST0N STORM RUBBERS:
both ladies and
j. x. dixojst
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne
1622 Second Avenue