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THE AKGUP. WEDNESDAY. JANUAKY L'O, 1892.
j. M. IlEARDSLEYi
,t LAW Office with J. T. Ken
Y.rksOX & HUKST,
,.n iT LAW. Office In Kock Island
iv.1',; ' '!,'-'; FMlng. Rock Island, 111.
.,'( Nrt COUNSELLORS AT LAW
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A mk poHi-ctoDS. Reference. Mitch
" -V!-!' Hatikrn. Office in PoPtomc block.
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i iTK DULY AUDI'S.
F vVn '.' Viw r.-nt cr copy.
physician N" Surgeon.
i n-ril practice, makes a
.; .i - .'iT of Homt'ii.
; : -r irt! K'nrk Inland.
;: ' - s .-.I it ml Fifteenth street
11 ' - -i -.1 i c i. in n ! f 5 p. m.
' ' ; ,.: Im,- No VAM.
M. J i E. FAWTHORXE.
- . . rT'.-d w'ttpnit pa!n by the new
: ,.: .. ,,i-,T i..n'-.
GEO. F. STAUDUHAR.
. - .:-, n"t ni-nce for ull cll.!s of
"", V't far 1 & T.yndc bnil.Kn;
CRS. SCKiL & SCHOEMAKER
y. tbc'. & Lvuiic s Hiock, Rooms 29 -81.
ii. M. PEAECE,
K t. .s V V-H & Lvniii-'s new iMaca.
A iriliiiiiH array of holiday
Rich I'ancy Goods,
And a bwildfneg array of
choice Novelties for
Christmas aM New Years,
1 HO 1-1)2.
ri.iriD the past three mouths
R. GRAMPTON & CO.
Th- Roc's Island Booksellers,
Hsvt. h-n pitting ready for the
b J?t trad-s ever done
in ttit-ir store.
ALL KINDS OF
)a .,'- j it U X
A i't-.rta:tjr of fyrt.;ti:!c5l.k'uus
" h'ovc-i witli Cii'tins at 8 ocdIb
per pom. 'I.
A MACHINE SEO?
-i" x -t. ari-ied where all kinds of machine
iri will be done flrst-claes.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
ive Your Orders for
''.( f niPTrintD trcet nd Tenth .avenue.
;i"-- No. ieiO.
H. F. LAMP Manager.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
a. M. & L. J. PARKER,
Ii-wjrit aad .special attention to
Tt-lephone No. 1214
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E son; cure seminal, Ktnous
" U-,,;r.-7 TROUBLES in tOUdC,
Kisoii-ata flto weh. Ki
STMACC r.EIICATIOH.NO UfCER
Tl(iTY ril BliAPPOINTWEHT. ui
tn.! p. rrncntlv enrpain laitilflTfl. lOdsja
retun. nail (or SI. 'Jtr-olur rrr.
TiE PE?U OROC CO.
II S tSPWIS.S.KI'WAii?
MANAGING A BABY.
Thought He Knew All Abuut It H
Marte a Jlistakp.
As tlio Michigan Central train was
coming to Detroit ot e day last week
there was a liaby on b.ard that cried for
two straight hours. H was not a cry of
teething or colic, Tmt just tho whining
vqnall of an infant -ixcn that wasn't go
ing to be suited anyhow.
Tho passengers on that car could
neither sleep nor read, and at last a red
faced old genilema i turned to e
mother and said:
"Madam, if yon wruld stop trotting
tho life out of that y, mng'un it would
let up screaming."
'1 guess I know u ore, about babies
than you do," snapped the mother.
-Well, all Ive got to say is I've raised
f ight and the whole caboodle of them
never made as much i oise ns that one,"
"Perhaps you would lilre to try your
hand on thin one. If you can stop'him
it's more than 1 can d .-'
-Give hiin tome, madam, and in ten
minutes he'll W as qn ct as a lamb. I've
Keen worse children many a time."
lie winked at the . liier passengers as
he reached or.t his hauls f,,r the baby.
"Tootsey-wont-i v ti,m." bn m 1 -r,A
the infant .viene.l ..tie eye to look at iiim.
i looker and roared
while it stiiYened
louder than ever.
"If you will step in;,) the next car so
that it won't see y(,n. ' said the obliging
traveler, can hush him sooner, il -'fi
be all right. ma':nn: d m't you worry."
"I won't.'' said tie wuman thank
fully, as siio resigned the srpialler and
disappeared iut, the next car.
"Ii-u-s-h-h. stop i little fallow;
ride a c.H-k horse to 1; mbnry cross, there
was an old woman, s i-s!i-sl'i let go of
my hair, yon little wretch!"
The baby had tan-, led its tingers in
the chin wlii-kers ot i:s i:. n-j nd, and
was pulling Hi' m out by the roots
cfoj) tliat not-
1 owled the nassen-
r give that Uh back to
glad to have
be.-- i vc:
!ie. and i ne habv v
-ic t very minute.
he asked in a
hu-'.i. mv dear.
gers in . horns.
lie would !ia
acceded to cith"
the mora. ;- vi
increasing its ; .
voico like a .
lie still and- d.
go nf;. r i!s t,ii..
'.;-. I ni.boi.ty w
wanted to s.-i l ' :i
When the Co?
atid 1hi train si
wild eyed man.
was tearing fror
the olher. while t'
"I'll take him i
and as its in.
stopped howling; a c limbic smile dim
pled its face, and it Inked as if it had
never shed a tear i its life. Hut its
volunteer nurse was . complete wreck.
Detroit Free Pre--.
A Itt.sv future.
ige that baby,
it., the depot, a
nr end of th. train to
1 abv screamed over
w." said a mild voice,
; r .iTeared the child
the southern end
it Dearlmrn street
a steam tug which
The Butler I shall have to leave your
service, Mrs. Browne. My social en
gagements will here ifter occttpy mj- en
Mrs. Bronne I U.n't quire under
stand The Butler This nc v. pi.pcr has dis
covered that .v.ii a disgraced English
nobleman. Li IV.
Some men me r.-Tr-ily of tin adven
turous turn. Tin y ..v.. the si-.-ht of new
things and enjy a spice nl' danger.
Others seem to Ik- .m; stay-at-homes.
If they venture nov and then into tho
world tVey are glad to get back again
into their safe little corner. Here is nn
amusing story of ar aged couple of this
class who bad goii to Chicago to see
They stepied npm
of tho drawbridge
tuid were admirinc
was just then snorting np the dirty Chi
cago river. Thry did not notice a
schooner coming up behind them, and
when the warning I ell of the bridge ten
der rang it. might h; ve lieen an old fash
ioned snmmons to d ntier, so far as they
A moment later the bridge was under
full swing. A start led look flashed from
the old man's eyes, while his wife scarce
ly repressed a scream. They clung to
the railing, tho bridge swung slowly in
ltehind the vessels and came to place,
leaving the old couple on the north side
of tho river.
"Well, I vum!" er.claimed the man.
"Don't that beat everything?" said the
'"Mandy" and he old man's voice
was full of supp-essed excitement
"'Mandy, we've just fell down seven
stories in that elevu in thing down at the
tavern, and now we've lcen slung right
across this here river. 'Pears yon can't
trust your foot anywhem The fust
thing you know we shall git onto some
thin that'll telegr: ph us right out of
Chicago. We'd 1k-i ter go home."
And they did by the next train. Chi
No r There,
Mr. De Seiner (oi. being introduced to
Adored One's Moth, r) Pardon me, mad
am, bnt have we n( t met before? Your
face seems strange y familiar.
Adored One's Mo Jir Yes; 1 am the
woman who stood tip before yon for
fourteen blocks in a street car the other
day, while you sat rending a paper.
New York Weekly.
Joslin, Jan. 18. Mies Maude Crorop
ton has returned home from Port Bjron
where she was taken sick with scarlatena
while visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Oaborne and family. When any one is
taken Bick away frem home, it is very
fortunate to fall among friends to be well
Mr. and Mrs. Alexsndtr Dunbar are
both sick witb the grippe. Mr. Dunbar
is very sick. Dr. Morgan is in attend
ance, and has requested that friends and
neighbors refrain from calling.
Mrs. William Parker is suffering wi'h
numbness in her bands and arms. She
is under tbc care of Dr Block, who is
milking use of the electric biitery. She
has experienced some relief
Brewster & Donnxhu shipped a car
load of rye for which they paid 73 cents
The same firm bought G V. Crompton's
crop of corn for which they paid 32 cents
There are quite a number complaining
of sickness in cur neiehhorhood. A.
Dunbar and Christopher W tiitcsi le are.
comph.iniug of grip.
Mrs Joseph Dunbar is pronounced
snmewbat better, but her little boy is
still very fick.
The firm of Brewster & Donnahu has
been dissolved by reutunl consent, Mr.
The revival at 7. ima church umhriqi
care of Rev. Mr. D-vis is still progressing.
Stimulate the Blood-
Brndrtll. s Pills are the great blood
purifier 1 hey are a purgntive and l.lood
tonic, they act equally on the bowels, the
kidneys, and the skin, thus cleansing the
system by the natural ouii. t ef the body
they may be cvli-d the pi.-ative sudor
ific and diuretic medicine. Tney stim
ulate the blood so tig to enable n iture to
tl r .w i ff all morbid humors, and cure
nisease no niat't-r by what name it mav
becalle i. (tie or two of them taken
every night will prove an infallible rem
edy Sold in every drug and medicine store,
eUlir r plain or sugar coated.
Surprise to All.
Aftr using ".Mother's Frien i" two
months I was so speedily and easily re
lieved that it was a surprise o those at.
tending me. "Mother's Friend" un
doubtedly lessens the pains, shorlns the
time and rrtnres the mother tpeedily to
l enlib. Will recommend it to all ix-p.-c'hr.t
mo bus, nd advise them to use
it. Mrs. .T A R , Muncic, Ind. Sold
by Har z & Bthnscn.
To Ferrets aca IHbliaud t tn.
If you wid sr nd me your address we
will mail you cur illustrated pamphlet
cxiila'Dinfe- all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
ph'c'ro voltnic belt and appliances, end
'i.eir ch firming effects upon the nervous
dabi'duter' system, snd iiow they will
quickly restore ycu to igor, manhood
ana health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus bfrlicted. we will send you s belt End
aipliiinccs on trial
Vot.TAic Belt Co . Marshall. Mtcfc.
for any trace of astipyrine, morphine,
chloral, or any other injurious compound
in Krause's Headache Capsules. Ilartz
MIKES CHILD BIRTH EASY.
Colvln, La., Dec. 2. 1886. My wife used
MOTHER'S FEIEND before her third
confinement, and says she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by rxprcr on rncript of price. $1.50 per bot
tle, book " i'o Mothers " mailed free,
BRAOFtELO REGULATOR CO.,
roB Mit tvuMueciT. ATLANTA, QA.
t0LD rV H&aiZ & B&BKSEN.
QUICKLY, THOROUGHLY, FOREVER CURED
tT ft new period efl
wiontiflc method that
canmtt fnfl unless t'tte
crue Is beyond htimnn
md. You feel improved
the first dy, led a bene
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vonnlf a kLnff araona
inert in body. uUnd ant
m'Hrt. uruuis and lossa
ended. Kvery ohPTaciQ
to happy nmrried Jife re
moved. Nerve force,
wdl,enrrcy. brain rwwer,
when failing or lost are
restored by this treat
ment. All smaliiind weak
port inns of tiie bKly en
larged and atrentrthened.
vietlmsof anunes and
Cxcewie. reelaim your
mnnhtMKl! Puffererw froia
repnin ynnr vicor! Don't
tlt-flpatr.rTen it in the last
ta:e. I Kin 't be d inheart
cned If quarks bnvr rob
bed yoo. letU5Hhowyoa
thatniedical science and
bnlnflA honor Mill rrW; bern fta hand n hand.
Vrlt for our limik with explanation proof s,
mai led sesklrd f rto. Over S.OOO rcfcrcocet.
EMS! gSKCAL CO., EUFFALO. IT. Y,
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Easily and Speedily Regained by naing
Thi genuine TnrkiRb Kfimndy poBitively enreg
NervoafmesR, Wakefulness. Evil Htmubb, LBHi
tnde, Pain in the Back. Vital Exhaustion, and
all diseases oansed by Errors of Youth or Ex
cesses. It is convenient to carry and easy to
use. Prioe 81.09 per box, or S for tVi.00. A writ
Ion guarantee to cure, or money refunded, given
with each f-uK) order. If the drucis'st you ask
for Hazzarak's Turkish Fills baa not got them,
don't let him fool you witb his oily tongue and
ell you something else Instead, bnt send price
to us and we will forward to you bv mail, In
plain, unmarked package. We also'tmat pa
tients 1V mall. Address THE HAZZARAK
MEDICINE CO., !i00 fcouth bangamon Street,
-TiZtzz -vJWTH SU5eTS55.RY
WP. RrK- N'J,-AXTFrw CUKE bT tblf '
tJkiPROVEOr-IJl-rE'.FCTRiC BELT AND SUSPEhSOKI
or BI'rt'ND "i-- -- 5it.V. Jfnl lfr thi nweitir B
jfrst. nr ) Grmmlli mk-L. fivinsr rctv. hMrtfc
!np. riiiiMrt Cnrrrnts .f V.U -trtJ: thrmjh all "K.S
I'AKT.-. r. :..r.nf tt.om to HEALTH and T1(.Oi;(M SKTSKKtHli.
&'.! r- i 'irr n Mt lnicc:t. ir w fnrfeit S"'.0W i n&h,
l.r.l.T ni '.ti(.f Ji. H tv. Wont fiwtre.
wt";Wrsr; ! r:--iicr:F. far-'.' h rrna.
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.
Don't fail to see them.
Our new line of
Patent Leather Shoes
In Lace and Congress for gentle
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
Imr-'rT.- n!linttranfiarfTte to the :kiH.
mt- j. n'! tiitTiTiint. lrwitl And fliM-oltirutimis. F'of
5 ''y "ll ,'r :' driitTifl-t or iuaiied lor SO ct.
if ,y je fotrod, oa
VEwpAPEm Ant nmwQ Bukbau 00 Bpraoa
t tract). vbr aUTer
1 nu 3oatrMt DST
J. T. T3IXOJST
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue