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THE AJRQUO. MONDAY FEBllUAltY 1 . 1892.
J. M. BEAKUSLEr,
LwVKY AT LAW tXflce wlt J. T. Kan
ft i-iS Sc"nd w tiw.
J it KSON UUKST,
-jrrY3A"lAW, omce in Rock Island
r'rWj: B'liMmg. Kork Ilmnd, 111.
'k. v-'TY & WALKER.
.tyAnd counsellors at law
it. B "i-''toVe !.look. Rock Inland, III.
"TnTrY k SIcEMRY,
L, jvs-Y'li AT LAW Loan iconcy on eood
: si? fii.H NEGUS-
,-, i- Ei'i'i EVENING nt Cra-ntiton'?
: ,. yw cot per :y.
j7r. M. D.,
n.-f-'lKti w't1! a '.-I'lK-rul practice, makes a
i'l'-'4 ?i'C"ii'l Ave. R ck Island.
" '.',r's' i nd Ave. anil Fifteenth ttreet.
'. :,- m-wiato P- M-
OR, J, E, HAWTHORNE,
"Vet!" I'sfnrted without pain by the new
o.i. nffl:eover Don's,
ho. 1'ilT Second avenne. Kock Island.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR,
n and superintendence for all class of
Lnm M and M, Vit-lieil A Lyndc building
I:he!! & Lynde's Block, Rooms 29-31.
E. M. PEARCE,
Kiiai'li in M!teh';ll & Lrnde's new blocfc.
Ixpress and Aloving.
A'.'. eMiTf jirnmptly stfornYd to. Char-
,. iv nrii.-r al K. Trenaman's Harness
L;'o:. .M lrkoteiiuHre
brilliant array of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
jtnd a bewildering array of
choice Novelties for
tliristmas and New Years,
Itiirini; the past three mouths
t. it r i 1 1 CT. I 11.
The Rock Island Booksellers,
---v. v , k ia A V. IUVJ
tigjpa: trad- ever done
in their store.
-ALL Ei:iCi OF-
Cast Iron Work
A specialty of furnishing al. kinds
C isioyea with Castings at 8 oents
A MACHINE SHOP
lif 'ii-ir t:!rt.-cl where all kinds of machine
!!1 he done llrst-claes.
-TNTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING EROS.. Propts.
Le-ve Your Orders for
'',rtf Clevcath street ni Tunthiavenuo.
II. P. LAMP Manager.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
a. m. & l.j.pare:er,
, , PBOPRIKTOBS.
. .-irM-cU w.irk and Jspscial attention to
OEpt delivery .
Telephone No. 1214
A FAMOUS PAINTER.
An Aspirins Hoy Who Successfully Car
ried Out the I renin of Ilia Youth.
In tbe middle of tl:e last century there
lived in Pennsylvania a youth whose devo
tion to his pencil wi s the passion of his
very childhood. He n-as always drawing
and painting, and he iiad dreams of becom
ing a famous artist. He and a school fel
low once borrowed a horse. Now, who was
BEKJAMIN SKETCnn.'O niS BABV SISTER.
to sit in the better pli ce? West vowed that
he would not straddl j behind anybody in
the world, so t he mevker youth gave way
to the aspiring Henju uin and qnietly rode
behind hitn. Hut this was not all. As
they jogged alon-;, one boy asked the
other, "And what f re you going to be.
"I'm going to be a painter."
"A painter! And v hat is that? A man
who daubs paint over doors and gates?"
"No, indeed; but ore v. ii; n-iints pictures
for kings and emperors to admire, and who
is fit company for tht m too."
"Ay, but we have no kings or lords in
America," olwerved the boy behind.
"Yes; but you ste I mean to go to
Europe, where there are plenty," said the
One day his mo; !;er entered the nursery
and found hop boy making a picture of his
little sister in tin- :-n lie. Time passed on
anil his devotion ' his pencil continued,
lie became the ; w us painter. Benjamin
West, who, hav'n. ; ft led in England and
gained the patroi: : .:i of King George 111,
succeeded Sir Jr.: m i ReyuohlsAas presi
dent of the Koyal a 'anemy. He painted
many famous k: n s. and dying in 1S20
was buried in ."ail's cathedral. Such
a life history as i;: s illustrates Words
worth's idea in tin autiful poem of "The
Happy Warrior," t ;u t he is happy in his
Amonctho tasks of ret. I life. hath wrnucht
L'poa the plan that pltu ed hischililish thought.
I'opular I'aelor Games.
"Rring a clay pip.-," was the startling
addition to nn invitation to u reception.
Nobody could deciila what it meant. The
mystery was solved however, when the
guests entered the virlor and saw on a
round table in the ce iter of the room half
a dozen punoh bowls, in roseand blue glass
and Japanese ware, I lied with flaky soap
suds. Each guest was entitled to blow throe
bubbles, and a silver handglass was the
priae for the girl who blew the largest bub
ble and a card case trie boy's prize. Three
judges had a tryi:i time iu deciding the
winner of the p.-ize. Amateur blowers
were allowed to r act ice in the corner out
of range of the :.e bubble blowers.
"Bring your t.i.mbie," was another odd
request, receh'ed by a nrimberof young
men as well as girls, but when the guests
reached the house thiy found out what the
thimbles were wanted for. There were
sixteen guests, j;nd on each chair were
placed sixteen little muslin aprons, with
the hems carefully basted. A girl received
a prize for the best hemmed apron and a
boy got the booby prize for the largest
stitches, while one bright youth did not get
his needle threaded until the hour for Sew
ing was over.
Another party at hich walking, not for
a cake, but for a pair of silver shoe buckles,
is also described iu G Mden Hays. The way
the head and slioul lers were carried, as
well as the manner f walking, was con
sidered by the judge!-.
My I irtncr.
We went to a party last night
My two little brniii rs and I
There were ices anil i renin-, pink and white.
And a rich birtlula. cake, inoiinteins high.
There was jelly anil meet lemnumle
And we dauced to p band iu the hall.
Where almost a scramble we made
For tho partners most pretty and tall.
And now, as I wateh'-d the rest whirl,
I felt rather jealou--, you know.
For mine was a fat li tie girl.
Who troil, oh, so hi rd! on my toe.
t ASKED IIF.U TO 1CE. '.SHE SAID "TES."
Then I saw. In a con er nlohe.
A lady with such a kind face;
She'd a necklace tha; sparkled and shone.
And a fan all of fei tilers anil lace. ,
I asked her to dance. She said "Yes,"
And soon wo w ere i pinuing around;
And I never onee ste ikm! oh her dress.
Though it tloated a yard o'er the ground.
So when they were ti Iking today
Of their partners pretty and tall,
I think of my lady, and bay
That mine w as the best., after alii
Jack sparrow has n
country! for we learr
home in India. Ther
impudence, just as
him see himself in a
tack that other birdi
to eat. Uriuk or rest,
tioned in which a sp
ily in n cage that htn
working tailor, and '
the fact that the c
down that visitors m
the family within.
xv in India
w conquered another
that he has found a
i he is full of fight and
te is elsewhere. Let
mirror and he will at-.
ur hours, not stopping
An instance is men
u-row reared her fam-,
ig above the head of a
vas not dismayed by
ige was often taken
iglit the better behold
Catarrh Can't he Cared
Pith local aDDlicationa. as the.v runtint
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is
blood or constitutional riiraasp. and in
order to euro it you have to tbe internal
remedies. II ill's Catarrh cure is taken
internally, and r.cts directlir-on the blood
and mucoDS surfaces. Hall's Cutarrb.
Cure is no ouack medicine. It wan nn.
scribed by one Of the best physicians in
mis country ior years; ana is a regular
prescription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the rteat
blood purifiers, actinsr directlv on tbn
ucous surfaces. The nerfect comhina.
tion of the two ingredients is what pro
duces such wcniierful Tesulis in on Tina
catarrh. Send for testimonials free.
. J. Cheney & Co . Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
I have been a great sufferer from
catarrh for over ten years; had it very
osu, couin nanny Dreatne. some nights
i could not eleep and had to walk the
floor. I purchused Ely's Cream BUm
and am using it freely, it is working a
cure surely. I have advised several
friends to use it and with happy results
in every case. It is the medicine above
all others for catarrh, and it is worth its
weight in gold. I thank God I have
found a remedy I can use with safety and
that does all that is claimed of it. It is
curing my dehiness. B. W. Sperry,
Baro Wire Cuts
are, without doubt, the most painful and
the worst looking cuts or bruises an ani
mal receives. A man is not wise or
thoughtful who does not have- a bcttle of
Kra use's German Oil. It is the great
Herman wonder for barb wire or any
other kind of cuts and bruises. Only
25c and good for man or beast. Hartz
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
To Young 11 j. her ,
who are for tqe first time to undergo
woman's severest trial, we offer you, not
the stupor caused by chloroform, with
rick of death for vourself or your dearly-
mvra and ioneed-for offspring, but
"Mother's Friend," a remedy weich will,
if used as directed, invariably alleviate
the pains, horron and rb-ks of labor, and
often entirely do away with them. Sold
by Hartz & Bahnsen.
For 3ears General Grant was
known as a constant emoker.
Grant and his cicrar wtrs fam
iliar terms, f inally he was
troubled with a slight soreness
in his throat-. He first noticed
the trouble from the fact that
whenever he ato a peach he
suffered the most exquisite
pain. His physicians at first
thought little of it. 1 hen as it
developed they began to think
that possibly something was
the matter, until at last it de
veloped into cancer. In this
insidious 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. .As soon as a
cold manifests itself, take
Reid's Gfeiman Cough and Kid
ney Cure, and at once heal the
congested blood vessels, relieve
the malady, and restore the or
gans to their wonted tone. For
ale by all druggists
Sylvan Remedy Co ,
F.jr scrofula in every form Hood's
sarsaparilla is a radical, reliable cure. It
has an unequalled record of cures.
many women suffer from Excessive or
Scant Menstruation; they don't know
who to confide in to get proper advice.
Don' confide in anybody but try
8 Specific for PAINFUL, PROFUSE.
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to "WOMAN" mailed free.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
foil bj all Drugglitta.
BOLD IT E&.R7Z & BAHNSEN.
CCLD PAHS, IKS.
I. Baker & Co.
from which the excess of
oil has been removed, is
and it is Soluble.
nre used in its preparation. It has
j?iore titan three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
'economical, costing less than one cent
a ctqi. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening; easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health. " .
- Sold by Crocers everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
A QUICK AMD POSIT V C fltstrf of
Semitic far SC X U A t DtBILITV ftntf LOST
VITALITY known. A Marvellous Invtso-
raiOr. nttrvtv hirvim. Sv mail. I tor SS wit Ctff
9mmrmHttl. Cir.fm. &R.R.f.CATON.0J7,tl,iU.
That Looks Impossible !
But it is the Truth!
Our entire stock of Clothing and Gents 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.
Men's hand-sewed button shoes, - $5.00, worth $5.50.
(Tnese are out of style and must go.)
Men's calf tongue boots,
Med s heavy lace shoes,
Boys' lace shoes,
Ladies' peb. goat shoes,
Ladies' welt shoes,
These are bargains and good wearers and fitters.
If you want bargains in any kind of footwear
call and see us.
During the month of February and before we
invoice, we will give you bargains in footwear never
known of before.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
'Imtiart!' tt-iUiArii transparency lo thee kin. R
lnvH(l'riirinlH4 fiwltl.1 HTMf tll:f)ormUOIlS. FOf
i sale by 1 iirtdafbdmcri"S oriwuli-d fr cO eta.
..... An.. .run mo BtTMitI (10 8pmo
S9ffi HEW YORK.
j. t. xixojsr
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 8econd Avenue
iv;' tor a? ni ;