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THELBGUD, , SATUKDAY, JANUARY 16. 1892.
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. mi i urnff re with J. T. Ken
t i iirmL'H
- 0wYSTU. office In Rock Island
irw,llbi nHdh,c. Rock Island, 111.
U. L. WlOkRD.
vn PorN.sELLORS AT LAW
T;k" oloolt, Kock Island, 111.
,.-.u t i. 4 w Loan money on good
A rt"-K: baSS;' .Vfflce'.n'poHtomcV 'Slock.
- " tiivIULY ABM'S.
f m'i Vil a tfSA tr mnr
FnVVS!v-..1 F:ve ccut per copy.
' J. F. JIYESS, II. D
... -if,-- v. ' " i ;i fTtn'ril practice, mukcs a
I' ' ' (, '. , .? ,i s, ;ic of women
i;j -(. virt v.v. K -ek Island.
.1 ". . ,r .! Ave and Fifteenth Mroet.
'' ': '.'.i i- 'i. ni .n IS to 5 p. m.
" '.T . , ..I,..-.- v 1-JOa
OR, J. E, HAWTHORNE,
7 rr-i-vd without pIn by the new
. t it. ..- r O.m's.
" v,, 1 1, : 7 s.Tiuid avenue. Bock Island.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
-.-.: .;' n-t.'iioo for all diss of
... ,. ,. r, Mil In i ,v I.yude building
M'vLII A LvtuVe Block. Rooms 29-31.
5. M. PEAROE,
in M A I,vn Ks r.cwbiocfe.
T:'-1 .t:'t tiov.
A brilliant array of holiday
Pirh Fancy Goods,
And a bewildering array of
'hoice Norelties for
Christmas and New Years,
li 'in i-s 2.
!' ..in:; tbe pust three mouths
II. CRAMPTON & CO.
Tha Rock Islam! Booksellers,
!h.v li-en getting read' for the
h'.r-s. tra.l-j ever done
in tliir store.
A.L KINDS OF
Cal hcu Work
'" V ' iT fnrnipMrig; al. imin
'' ' vi'9 with CuFlni!ii at 8 oenth
A MACHINE SHOP
zx' '" ' ,,! '-0'1 wln-re all kinds of machine
K'.rk w;!l he done first-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts,
-f'"t; Your Orders for
II- F. LAMP Manager.
No. 1721 THIRD AVE.
- M. & L. J.
,. ' '. ."' "'""'w ar.'l .s;;cial attention to
P RF DEPrENBACH'S
" MID31E-A0F0 i:d mn utsi tii
SOftE CUHE 'or SEmima,,, NERVOUS
- 1 j rcmri r.,il !nr(l. Cl-rUl,r trre.
1 -r L' i, l8p wis ST.. Mil AUali.
IT'S ONLY A TRIFLE.
A Hoy AVho Itoblx-d Api lc Tree anil m
l.itt If Maiilfii AVho Itrnt urd the Thief.
A boy was walking alor)! a road by the
side of an orchard. He -aw the rosy ap
ples hanffinfr on tli6 tw only just on the
other siile of the fence. His month wa
tered. He said to himsvlf: "It's only a
trifle! The owner will novermi.ss one ap
ple ontof all these lmn Ireds, and I am
sure he would nive me onj if he were here
and I were to ask him." And so the boy
would not listen to the v ice within, which
said, "Thou shalt not stenl."
Till: f.OV IN T1IK VVi.F. TUKK.
He leaped the fence ni;d sihiii was in the
tree, where he plucked t'ie biccst appleon
it. And then he thought,, "Well, -as I have
taken one. I may as well take two or three;"
and so he tilled his hat with the tempting
fruit. Hut, this was no sooner done than
the owner came around a corner, ami with
a heavy whip in one hind and a revolver
in the other hade the hoy comedown. The
angry man caught him by the collar and
dragged him to his houi-. "This is the
young rascal who has b -en stcalingour ap
ples. He must be lock si up in t he stable
until the policeman co nes to take him ti
jail.-' said he to liis wife.
Fortunately for t he lad. the owner of the
orchard had a little di tighter, who heard
his words. She did not say to herself, "Oh.
he's a poor h.,: it serves him l i.l't for be
ing a thief; it only a i rifle, not. worth mv
aliotti '' She was sorrv
ho h id done wrong; and
hat ier fat her was verv
'i to him and with l:ei
. ii li at's. bcm.'eil hi.u t i
A tic' the hoy. v. ho li.nl
t'.l under all the rough
! tli man. wax softened
1 e naideu pleading for
lie was very sorry, and
::y forgiven I his tune, he
i h.i he did not mean t o
:eti the father, afler lie
to him. let him go fur
iltle loving maiden, and
lotit take t ie atinh s as a L-ii't.
though lie wished to 1 -ave them.
In this story we s how trifles may do
much for evil or for g. od. The hoy t hoiltht
taking tin apple only ttrille; yet if he had
not. been found out hi might have cone on.
us many have done, f out steal inc an apple
to stealing money, a id then to breaking
into houses, and at last even to murder,
ami the little maidee. who diil not neglect,
to do what she miuht have thought a
trifling act, of kindness, may go on to do
other good deeds tii! she beiYimes a great,
blessing to the world as Miss Nightingale,
who went forth from her Knglish home to
nurse the soldiers in the Crimean war, or
our own MKs Clan l.arton. whose pood
deeds are equally we 1 known in tins conn
t ry. So we mni n vi r say of ,-uiv! hing.
good or bad. "!.'s i nly a trifle:" There
ltdlly is no hi, ', thit g as a trilie.
for the poor bo
though she sa
tingry. yet she
forgive the h.
been sullen and
and tiiigry v.-oi-o
when he heard
him and said t li,
that, it he were .
would try t,. s;
be a t hicf. . nd
had talked kind
t he sake of Ids
There is a picas. mt
ings know ti in ome
tions is eat ing on'r 1
phahet. An illustr,
Florida Disp-iich m:
Tommy can on'v c
and he says apple
cots. Tommv pays
Iiie has !:. Slie cm
eels. X. V and . I
pay innumerable lo
Some ()uci r art id.
of and each child li
edibles thai they p
of before, if some ol
the came. Tommy
al Iiil ions.
game f. ,r w inter even
local it ics as '.Moha-
Vow alpha I ict ieal ra-
iv t lie let tcrs of 1 he a -
t ioii furnished bv the
kes t his irame plain;
it what iie:-iti- w i; h A
ah u ies. j.ig. iipri
i forfeit for ai-s. ,lcn
only live on cgLjs ;md
.ave a h.inl t iine and
leits f.,i- ,;id sic!linL'.
s of I.i.h! are tiioiight
ini. s'ljcei hi'ig about
otiably iiever thouglit,
Ier per-, m is umpire in
won't lo.-L-et that aigs
The l i e it Ant
In the tropic;:! t-.. .io;!-: ol
t here li-'is a i,;. I,;, o .
creature that is kiown a
' o l!!, .1
iUei r loo
ant bear, of wlioe anpearaie-e ; ,':e pieta-e
here given eoiivcj a g..l i'l ovesion. ll,
tins a lanky head ; nd mi, ,c i . a bushy t ail.
which it throws o i l- its i.,k1v as a kind of
asti'.a'. it;- r i.iwirts.
coverlet durdci il sleep w i.e.. the hk'l.illg
sun i-i hig!', and a very lonu, slenih-r
tongue, by means of which it, draws ants
out of their hill-. Insects ate the chief
f'Mnl of this ui.ii ial, which is dull and
Although t he a it eater is so st npid. w hen
provoked it will si ow light, and its strcngt h
is such that ii an crush its enemy to
death. .It tubings to t he order of toot hless
animals, of which the Cape ant eater -an
entirely different creature so far as looks
go is also a mende r.
There are said to lie some people, and
among thetn tvni some physicians, who
still hold to t In- f jtal fallacy of the late Dr.
lA'theby, medical ofliccr of health of Iou
ilon about twenty-live years ngo, that
"sewage, when it is mixed with twenty
times iis volume of running water and has
(lowed a distance of tell or twelve miles. Ls
absolutely dest roved. . ageuts of dest ruc
tion being infusorial animals, acpintic
plants and fish, i;id chemical oxidation."
This theory appears to The .Medical Uecord
to have been based upon Dr. I,ethe.by's ina
bility to detect the sewage under such cir
cumstances, hen :e he believed in its total
dest met ion. uotv. it hstanding abundant evi
dence adduced o' the prevalence of tholem
and typhoid fiver among persons who
ilrank such wat r. He had move faith in'
his chemical tests and microscopes than in
the fatal results
We have sold TAx'a Pream Ralm thnnt
three years, and have recommended its
use in more than a hundred special cases
of catarrh., Tbe unanimous answer to our
inquiries is, "it is the best reined; that I
ever used." Our experience is, that
where parties continued its use. it never
failed to cure. J. H. Montgomery &
Co., Druggists. Decorah. Iowa.
W hen I h; Ran urdne Ely's Creim Balm
my catarrh was so bad I had headache
the whol6 time, and discharged a large
amount of filthy matter. That has al
most entirely disappeared, and I have
not bal headache since. J. H. 8om
niere. Stephney, Conn.
?or Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately
Depend upon it, mothers, thereisno mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduce-s inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
yrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste fnd is the prescription of one
of the oldest end best female physicians
hnd nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggii-ts throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
akfor "Mrs. Winslow's Soothirg Srt:p
Tha Scott Medical Institute
which has just closed its work
of free treatment has
been a success.so far as can be
proved by the numbers of
afflicted people who have
thronged the Institute daily,
many of whom found relief
after the first treatment. This
is a medical institute coming
to our city well recommended,
the physicians having received
their diplomas from the best
medical colleges in the United
States as well as in foreign
countries, and it has come to
stay as can be proved by the
contracts they have made
which are without exception by
the year. The physicians have,
decided to place the price of
treatment within the read; of
the poor as well as the rich.
They treat all diseases with
marked success with their
Catarrh Diseases of Women
These physicians also guar
antee to stop any pain in the
body in from three to five min
utes without the use of medi
cine. Remember it. costs noth
ing lo see these doctors and
lmd out what your troubles
are. and if you can be cured
they will take your case, but if
you can't, then they will tell
you so. 'o matter what your
sickness is, go and get relieved
or find out if you can be cured.
Catarrh, they guarantee to
cure no matter how longstand
ing. Those pronounced in
curable, or who had doctored
for months with their family
physician, are especially in
viied. It does not take months
to cure any case nor weeks
Rememl er, consultation
( )tVi(c 023 Main Street, Dav
enport. ( Mtice hours, o ton a. m., 2
to i p. m.. 7 to i) p. m.
Same hours Sunday.
r r c c s,-
for a V
lor all ti
Ak vo'ir liriicit
Ix-tlio !' His 'I'd
fjrj vm ,!. ne, i;jt rcmrdv I
v uiv ioniiiuiriij oim iinn;tv tlll.l
W2 private iiea.si s of men mid the
fc? fft'liiliti.titir' ui iiLi,.c ,,. -
to Women. It cure! in 11 few
iS days without the aid or
I'liuic'iiy oi a aoetor.
i iae f imrmni Amrr.ran Cnrt.
j.yn T. m. . n ., . , n
-i "-.tv ii H rvnns i.iirTrir.i vi
&?-'jK. Cincinnati, o.
Conditions of the human form fluccimifnlly treated
toileToiop. Htriilien. enlarge all weak, mnnted
uniieveium-d. tenble orcans and parte of the body
which hiiv I....I or never attained a propej and
miturnl Hi20. due. to til health, abuiw.excei-seii or
unknown Ciiuses. There is one method and
only our, by which this may he aocomi.lished.
Increased flow of blood to any part, produced by
pinuileapOHrutii!) acting automat ically. creates new
tissue. t.mand Tim.r l.y the same natural hiwa as
the inereaw nt sir.o and !rt renirt h of nius, le. Doni
be prejudiced bec uise lilt le quac kn in-epose by H!ly
nienn to do the cilno. I N V F.STII; TKl
There'w no imp back ofnnr offer. Our imy
will come ihn iho pulilic knows clearly n. lence
trom traud. Write na lor inm ructions, full descrip
tion, proofs, references, etc. All s..nt you in plaia
seiili-d letter n it hoot cet of any kind.
EEIS HELICAL CO., BUFFALO, H.Y.
No Drugs or Medicines of Any Kind
XfcVKK kSiOWX TO PAII,.
No in-onvenience whaicrer. Pleasant to hike.
Can be hnnirut at any flrpt-claes grocers. B to SI
cenig will cure the womt ease. Send f 1. 00 for
recipe to HOX 1, Mn ronn, Conn.
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 aiid 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Are selling THIS WEEK a splendid boy's lace
shoe for $1, worth $1.50.
We have the
:B0ST0fl STORM RUBBERS:
For both ladies and c:ents.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
IninurtHi' (Militant rranMwvrvm v uLhskm. Re-
B move &Ti nirripf!n, frpefcls ami (lu-oolrtrations. For
by ail tirt-clnstdriiirci-tt( or mailed fur 60 ct.
.' .a j le fonna on
KOVfXL. ft CO'3
ykTinm ianm'utiia BrmEAO (10 eprooe
f creet). wiiera adrtr
t nnir 3ontret quit
J- T. DIXOJNT
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
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