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. T LAW. omce in Rock Island
WSj, Building. K"cfc lend. HI.
O. L. WALKS.
'.r,.g Ap COUNSELLORS AT LAW
t'KK'? niook. Rock Island. 1.1.
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vtv'S AT LAW Loan coney on gooa
",lR collections. Reference, Mitch-
foniv.m sk offioetn pontofllc- block.
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THE PAI1V AKhUS.
L .v Z KVEHV EVENING at Crampton
:t a vnrl practice, makos a
'in rii Ty if il .a(M of worn -n.
" ''.'J' s'..'.ii'l Ave. and Fiftecr.th street,
ii .. 1? . m. il I S to 5 n. m.
" ' T..;.vh.iie No. 1300.
DR. J- t KAWTHORME,
T.fi'i.itMrtid without pain by the new
( j iflv nvvr Don,
' .no. ln'.T !-ocond avenne. Rock aland.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
' vii sr. l (tip.Tinti'nlpncc for all class of
j sr.i! W, Mit lie I & Lyndc bnilding
RS. BICKLL & SCHOEMAKER
:che':, & Lymlca Block. Rooms 29-31.
E. M. PEAROE,
Rrs In M '-h.'ll & Lynle'e newjbloct.
I is-? elevator.
brilliant array of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
land a bewilder n- arrav nf
choice Nofelties for
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I AN Mi ll VHW TrTS
Dnrin tbe past three mouths
k' i a i i i a u a
nr i "a r v-k . r n
Its Rock Island Booksellers,
O S A VUAJ A ' A.
biggest trad- ever done
in their store.
ALL KISDS OF-
Cast, Iron Work
1'jr .. A in..cialty of forciahlns al. kinds
'. sioyci with Castings at 8 cents
A MACHINE SEOP
I-.! addt.d wher0 aII lmlB of maeUe
work will b. done first-class.
MNTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
Ieive Your Orders for
,:"f3"r Eleventh street nd Tenthavenue.
T'irTif.-f So. I-"!).
H. F. LAMP Manager.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
F-?irtH;i1M work and .special attenUon to
Telephone No. 1214
R O F.DI EFFENBACHS
SURE CORE tor SEMtNAl, ktRVflUS
URIRART TROUBLES l TOUKO,
MIDDLE-AOEI IIS aim. !
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.OrthtOS IW Wtt.STwHHWMtatA
w .. - - . i ' inc. Blli MAN CUIUCDCn I
Before He Had Thl. n-uble He
re aa the llraveat.
The Ug man had berni entertaining
me with some of his adventures as the
train sped along. He had traveled all
over the world. He had been wrecked
at sea, captured by pira es, held up by
road agents, led ont to je shot and lots
of other things, and he conld relate par
ticulars in a highly enter aining manner.
He was a six footer of excellent build,
and he didn't know wha- fear was.
One of his stories wa about meeting
three footpads one ni-ht in Detroit.
They jumped out at him suddenly, and
all had revolvers at full cock, but with
his good right fist he knocked them
about and killed two outright, lie had
just finished this story when we drew
up at a station where ve were to wait
twenty minntes for ili iner. We were
going out together, wren he suddenly
pnlled bac k and sank into a seat. He
turned so pale that I anciouslv asked:
"Do you feel ill? Arc you in pain?"
"Its nothing go on!" he whispered.
"But let mo get yon some wine 01
I'No no: I'm Vtter now. It s just a
faint spell. You go on alone."
He was crawling back when 1 left
him. I didn't remain away over ten
minutes, and I found h m reclining on a
seat and shaking like a man with the
"Say! man. 1 11 call a doctor for youl
You've got a bad chill. '
"Never mind. It's only transient.
Just bring me a glass c f water and keen
He shivered and shook and his teeth
clicked together, and I had become seri
ously alarmed, when t le train began to
move on. One minute later the colonel
sat rip and legan to look like himselt
again. In two minutes there wasn't a
shiver left. I was regarding him with
astonishment, when he kindly baid;
"Sit down. 1 owe yon an explana
tion. Did yon see tha', chap sitting on a
box nenr the dining room door?"
"What.alittlo dried tip. humpbacked,
redheaded man, with a red goatee':"
"The same.. 1 vast cantrht si.-ht ot
him in time."
"Yon don't t
ing on his aovo
"1 was. He'
has sworn to
li i tie you were shiver-
y brother-in-law, and
me. I was sen red
half to death f.r fVar he'd seen me."
"Look here:" 1 saii. as I rounded on
him, "I thought you told me you had
killed aloiit a do :i rien. and had been
through ahundrc i pe-ilous adventures."
"Yes, yes, I tol l yen so, and it was
all Gospel truth, bnz all those things
happened previously, you know."
"Previous to what?''
"To my having tie grip. I had it
powerfnl hard last f.dl, and when 1 got
over it I was a changod man. No m re
fight; no nerve no grit. That very lit
tie redheaded apology for a manchased
me three miles'."
"Well, that's mighfy queer."
"Yes, sir, very queer very queer. I
can't understand it. but the doctors rea
soned it all out. I'm no fighter now,
sir, but if yon want me to tell you how
I 6layed six Indians in a heap previous
io my naving wc grip i win cneer
But I didn't. I jnsc gave him the cold
shake. It hurt his s msitive feelings, as
I could pereeivi-. bt t I wouldn't even
lend him a cl:;-.v cf tobacco. Detroit
Not Hit- Kind.
A German one day expressed himself
as being somewhat offended because an
American gentlema i ha-d asserted that
his Teutonic countrymen could not as a
rule appreciate American jokes.
"Try one on me," said he defiantly,
and the American ascordingly told him
the story of the tree "out west" which
was so high that it rook two men to see
to the top'. One of them saw as far
as he conld. and tlvn the second began
to look at the spot where the first stopped
The recital did nf t raise the ghost of
a smile upon the Gt nnan's face, and the
other said to him :
"Well, yon see the joke is lost r.:i yon.
You can't appreci.it. American hnmor."
"Oh, bnt," said the (ic rman, "dat's
not humor. Dat's von lie!" Youth's
Mrs. Wabble What an affectionate
couple! One neve r sees them apart.
Mrs. Wagtongue 1 suppose she knows
how impossible it would be to find him
in case they got separated. Once a
The Doctor'. Advice.
Patient Doctor, there's a friend of
mine who haa symptoms of consrnn p
tion. What do ym advise?
Doctor Tell hi m to go Bouth.
Patient Bnt h- lives in the south.
Doctor H'm. Tell him to come north.
A Great Vitj.
Lady (who haa accidentally knocked
down the artist's newly finished pic
ture) Oh. dear. I am to sorry. And
what a pity it should have fallen on the
smeary side. London Tit-Bits.
A Oik j ay.
Little Girl What makes Jane to bad
tempered today? j
Mother IfTs i- day i -Good Kawa.'
ABQUP. WEDKESDAY JANUAHY ar,
26 Estate Of Carolina Sh.h.rh Tt.
tera testamentary issued to George Voss.
T) .1 tl 1 . j i
ui'uu uieu ana approved.
Estate of Jacob M. Wilson.
torv filed and approved.
instate or Feter Hay Executor's re
port filed and approved.
Barn Wire Cats
are. without doubt, the most painful and
the worst looking cuts or bruises an ani
mal receives. A man is not i
thoughtful who does not have a bottle of
ivrause s uerman Oil. it is the great
German wonder for barb wire or any
other kind of cuts and bruises. Only
25fi and good for man or beast. Hartz
Cubeb Cough Core One minute.
To Nervont and Debltated Men.
If you will send me vour address we
will mail you our illustrated DamDhlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
dabilitated system, and how thev will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
ana health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall, Mich.
In the pursuit of the gooa things of
this world we anticipate too much; we
iat out tbe heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
r-hem. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
-11 claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stoma :h, liver, kidney and bladder
trcuble9. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
ivood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
uaUrial diseases. Price, 50 cents, of
I suffered from acute inflammation in
my none, and head for a week at a time
I could not see. I us d Ely's Cream
Balm and In a few days I was cured. It
is wonderful how quick it helped me.
Mrs. Georgie S. Judaon, Hartford, Conn.
Being a sufferer from chronic caatrrh.
and having derived great benefit from
bij Cream Balm, I can highly recom
mend it. Its sales are far id ez?ess of all
othtr catarrh remedies B. Franken,
druggist, Sigourncy, Iowa.
The favorable impression produce! on
the first appearance of the agreeable li
quid fruit remedy Sjrup of Figs a few
years ago has been more than confirmed
by the pleasant experience of all who
have used it, and the success of the pro
prietors and manufacturers of the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup company.
He said he had "declined into tbe vale
of yesrs," and I asked him how that hap
pened. He said, because hn vu anrh
idiot to let his cold nearly kill him, in
s eaa or using Dr. Bull s Cough Syrup.
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of tbe complexion, use only Poz
zoni's Powder; there is nothing equal to
For years General Grant was
known as a constant smoker.
irant and hi3 cigar were fam
iliar terms. Finally he was
troubled with a slight soreness
in his throat; He first noticed
the trouble from the fact that
whenever he ate a peach he
suffered the most exquisite
pain. His physicians at first
thought little of it. Then as it
developed they began to think
that possibly something was
the matter, uotil at last it de
veloped into cancer. In this
insiiious way half the throat
troubles begin, first with a
slight hoarseness, then it settles
into a cough, and finally it de
velops into consumption. The
safe way is to treat these mal
adies at the outset; lose no
time with them Aa soon as a
cold manifests itself, take
Reid's Gtrman Cough and Kid
ney Cure, and at once heal the
congested blood vessels, relieve
the malady, and restore the or
eans to their wonted tone. For
sale by all druggists
Stlvan Remedy Co ,
Young Mothers i
' We Offer Tou a ItewrtfTf
waiea In-avrrm Srf-'
XAft of Mother ,-
Hob Vonfincrr. .
Fain, Hotto? c
Aft nslngtmebettleo; a: . ,
cuffered bul little ran.und djuni xi- mat
weafcEus afterword unuitl 12 "u- j idr .
Ahkib Gaoe, Lamar, Ho., J&a. lit!). 1
Sent by express, e harms pTtpiid.r u t-ctIm of
price, l.SCrjer hottio. ifeolc to AUliwtTA aiitxl free.
BUASFIELO BElLiTOB CO.,
fnr.r BV AM, V- '
bOLD BT HAE1Z A BAHHSIH.
Vigor of Youth
Easily and Bpeedlly Regained by using
This g inine Turkish Kemedy positively cure
Nerve ra mean. Wakafolneaa, Evil Dream a, Tjaesi
tnde, Pain la tbe Baok. Vital Exhaustion, and
all diaeaeea eatnaed by Erron of Youth or Ex
cesses. I is eonvenlenk to carry end easy to
nee. Prioe 91.00 per box, or S for (6.00. A w rlt
ten gi larsntee to are, or money refunded, gfven
with each SVi.OO order. If the in vtgM yon aik
for Ha su-k'i Turkish Pills has not got the,
dont Is htm fool yon with his oily tongue and
sell yoa something else instead, bat send price
to OB and we wfll forward to yoa by mail, la
plain, an marked package. We also treat pa
tient by maiL Address THE HAZZABAK
MEDICINE OO., SQO Bc-tb Dangsatitai BsrawL
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, IX.
I mil il In iintiiii IfllWIMI-m y in thf HtM Ra
I moTw all pfmptr-, f rprfclm ji4 diwKttor-tiona. Tot
I sal by J flirt-cU-i drairirtwS or BnsvikvJ for Mcttv
le 4 GEO. P.
I in acimsl
Don't fail to see
Our new line of
In Lace and Congress for gentle
CARSE & CO.
J. T. DIXOJST
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second A?enut
1622 Second Avenne