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THE -ABGUa TUESDAY. KEBRUAltY. 9, 1892.
Liu? DAILY AKiiliS delivered at your door
Y c r' ry e re n i n g for lic per week.
"Thl! .'JctrJcra at 806 Nineteenth street.
rTTl K H KENT A Saloon ami fixtures.
V " ,!'i,M-'iir i. in Uanpton; for parti ular Cill
ni1 "trccis, Davonpo t. Iowa.
,vn: e voting mn to go on 'lie
r','.. , ,rce: call at lit Tbir. aenui.
r . Aiiam.
rr,S TK1 A tew good salesmen to lake order
V n full lin-j o.' frnit ami ornamental tree,
.Virii'-' ri"-. shrubs, etc. No exnertencj
References reonired GOOH PAY.
.11. I'. Fit tig HA ft & CO., KocHasTEB,
; ' v.
rut) i?EKRL S "ATE A'ENf to
V r, icvl'i'i ir vn i 1 K'im pr ti-lpnl cite, as
' V '. s - n-iv. ' mtrol of our tm-'inef-s Hiid :tp
.'. in 1: an-1 .ah-agent ii every cit . to ihla
, in un v.-rtl demand, and vay a n -t
'.' ,' - 11 I" p;r ci-ni THE UNION COl-ty,-7SI
liroatwiy. New York.
workers everywhere for ' 8'1 Pl'P'S
!! .1' ;, H of th-j rVlKL. "; pr.-duced
n- of fliio.om'; t remen Joua ,.; Mr.
M . iiex-e.-. In-i , c arcd $V 'n 4
k v II iiry r'ifher, Huinttel Miss, $IT
t ":r-; Mi H. II Harris, tlurfle Id. rYmi ,
I n Hi'ity minntva Tin (im'fM bok on
.-, :im Doth illcistrved circulars and terms
' ,. ll.nks uncredi,. Freight p eld. Iteautiful
.a nnirSi. Address, tllohe Bible Publi-bing
, "? I'hi -tmit street. Phil idelphis. Pa.
LtTORNEY AT t,AW Office with J. T. Ret:
it "rthv. 175 Second A Tonne
I Tifirenv k- HI'ttST.
TToHct 2Y9 AT LAW. Office In Rock lalaci:
t "Janonal Bank Banning. r.nr isicnu, m.
Z. SWEKXKY. o. t. wa fcfcl-.
SWEESET & WALKER.
i TT0RNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LA
ICHce in Bcaton's loos, Kncit istanu, 1.1.
XiEMRT & XcEMRY,
KTTO t'JEY'St AT LAW Loan cot)cy'on eoo-1.
re jirrity, mike collections, Keferer c . Mitch-
h Lynde. bankers. Office til Postomee nioca
I TIIE DAILY ARK US.
V'Jh 'ALE EVEY EVENING at Crampton
IT 'ews stand. Five conrs per copy.
J. F. MYSES, M D.,
c. Hinectlon with a ffen-ral prartLe. makes a
sp -ci'ilty dtieae? of women
T'Mi.nee, 1 to fecund Ave. Rick Nland.
'fS?e. cor Second Ave. and Fifteenth ttreel.
iloiirs; !) to IV a. m. 11 1 8 to 5 p. in.
Tete;hm.u So 1301.
Tt'PTli ox'ract'd without p!!n by ihe new
17 ! Second avt-nue. over Krell tt Mali's.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR,
and snperint-'nience for all class of
li'i n? W and ?5, Mito.iv l ife Lynde buiWing
Mitchel'. & Lynde'a Block. Rooms 29-81
R, Mi PEARCE.
Ki)in ii in Mitchell A Lynde'snew block.
Express and Moving.
All orders promptly attended to. Cbar
"Leave order at K. Tronaman'. Earnear
'.ortnn Marker innarp
A brilliant array of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
ird a bawildrcg array of
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
Th Rock Island Booksellers,
3:i' ben getting ready for the
big-ist; trad-t ever done
in thir store.
Leave Your Orders for
oraer Eleventh street nd Tenth. avenue.
T- epnone No. l&Q.
H. F. LAMP Manager.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
1 M & L J. PARKER,
"-'.rit-claji work and .special attention to
p-ino ce up,-
Telephone No. 1214
Doctor's Wife ny in the world
don't yon go to that jiatient in the wait
ing room? He has been there ever bo
Doctor (lookiri? n from his paper)
If 1 don't keop him waiting an hour or so
he'll think my charges are too high.
Xew York Weekly.
The Ni'bulous Future.
Perdita Papa s; ys 1 shall marry the
man 1 wish to.
Mary (who has hud exiierienre) What
will he do. hypuoti :e the man? Life.
Pliln't Want to lie lliseharRnl.
"There was a mistake in that last or
der that Sellers sent in from the road."
said the proprietor, scowling at one of
"Was there?" a: bed the clerk care
'Yes, sir. there was, and it wasn't
"Xo'r" said the clerk pleasantly.
"No. You shipped the goods accord
ing to that blamed fool order."
"Why. of course. I supposed that
"You've no rigir. to suppose anything
oT the sort:" exclaimed the proprietor.
"He makes move mistakes than any
man on the road."
"He does?" asked the di rk.
"Certainly lio di os. lie s one of the
most careless men I ever knew."
"And I'm suppo ;ed to correct them?"
inquired the clerk
"Of course you are."
"I'm supposed to In- til.solutely accu
rate?" The clerk ,va geriiug excited.
"And know all about his business?"
"Youshonld detect his errors.
"Well, why don't you pav n:e for it?"
The clerk dropped his p.-n ;u his ex
citement. "Look here!" lu sai l. "Yon hold mo
responsible for Ins errors, an I you pay
him more for making them than you do
me for correcting them. Good day!"
He left without waiting to be dis
charged. Chic.igi Tribnne.
It is not true tliat "The tailor makes
the gentleman," but it is true that a
gentleman cannot safely neglect the
tailor's services it he wishes people in
general to take hi n for what he is. A
man prominent in Canadian political life
was somewhat too careless in this re
spect. This statesman was once on his way
to call upon a well known gentleman in
Quebec, and stopd an Irishman in the
6treet to inquire the way.
"Can yon tell me where Mr. Hunter
lives?" said the statesman.
"It's no use your going there." was
the unexpected reply.
"But do yon kniw where he lives?"
"Faith and 1 do: but it's no use going
Tho inquirer be .ran to get angry.
"I didn't ask your advice. I simply
want to know wh-.'re Mr. Hunter lives."
"Oh. well, he lives down that street
yonder, the first house 'round the corner:
but 1 tell you i 's no nse yonr going
there, for I've jrst lioen there myself
and he's already j-ot a man."
Mr. Hunter hat advertised for a serv
ant tho day befi re. and the statesman,
so the story go s, went at onco and
bought a new hat Youth's Companion
In the Coming; School.
Parent My boy Sammy doesn't seem
to be learning .anything about figures.
He can't do tho si nplest example in ad
dition. Teacher Your boy Sammy is one of
the brightest pupi .s 1 have, Mr. Wiggles.
He can mend a hole in a tin pan as well
as a regular tinner, go through the new
ly imported Dai ish exercise in calis
thenics without a single mistake, put an
invisible patch i,a an old shoe, take a
watch to pieces and ptit it together
again, tie a sail r's knot, do a chess
problem and pnttv a pane of glass in a
window as neatly as a glazier can do it.
"But he doesn't seem to know any
thing about readi lg.'writiug and spell
ing." "My dear sir. we don't teach those
studies any more." Chicago Tribune.
Itail for IJaiikinaon.
Willie (entertaining the young man)
Mr. Haukinsou. you're made of dust,
just liko other mi n. ain't you?
Mr. Haukinsou (with designs on Wil
lie'ssister) I supose I am Willie. What
Willies Nothin. only I heard sis say
this mornin your name was Mud. Chi
Husband Whi.t have yon there, my
Wife It is a new scalp lotion to be
used for falling out of the hair. Do yon
Husband No. I think not. My hair
falls out fast enough now. Pharma
Featherstoue Do yon believe in
Travers Well, for years 1 have been
living in a hannt-'d house.
Featherstone You don't tell me? Who
is it hauuted by?
Travers By my tailor. Clothier and
Fulnt Heart Njvrr Won Fair Lady.
First be 6ure you know . what you
want, then go after it. Atchison Globe.
Hot coflee, chocolate or a, good cup of
tea at Krell & Malt's anytime.
Conductor Robert Schmid of the sndl -
catc line is seriously ill with the Lrip ntid
Dr Ludewig is attending him.
Get a cup of ct ffee with cream and a
slice of creem pie or a sand wich for your
luncheon. Every cup of co .'ee is made
to order in a moment. No waiting and
you get the best at Kre.l & Math's new
Con Wultera, formerly with the firm
of Mcltit-re Bros , has accepted a posi
tion as traveling salesman fo- the old es
tablished firm of N Glover & Co., shoe
deali rs, but w ill continue Rock Inland as
Notice Send your friends to Krell &
Math's for a dish of oysters, cup of cof
tce, cup of chocolate, cup of tea, with a
slice of cream pie or a cream puff, or a
chocolate ecbiire, or asandwicb. We
will give you the best. Ri-metuber us.
The nfxt meeting of the R ck Islt'.nd
County Farmers' Iostitu'e will be. held at
Barstow, Fridty, Feb. 19 The pro
gramme will consist of prayer by Rev.
J. Q. Adtrrs, an addrets of welcome by
Dr. John Roller with response by the
president, a paper by Louis J ibns on
"The Object of a Farmers' Institute," a
talk on public schools by County Supt.
C. B. Marshall, a paper on "Fruit Cul
ture" by N. K. Fluke, one on "Small
Fruit" by Eli Corbin, and papers on "Is
Clover a P.-ofuable Crop?" by Fred Os
borne and "Home Attractions on the
F-rm" by S. V. Heath.
To Yocng Mr.harr,
alio are f.ir tqe first timi to uudergo
woman's stveies. -rial, we f ffer yon. not
:he stupor caused by ciiloroform, with
rick of d -ath f.)r vourself or your dtariy-
inpnil unit lnn'i.ri-f.ir rifTjririnr hut.
'Mother's Friend. a remedy weictt will,
if used as directed, icvariihly allevitite
: h( nMtn; Krrrrrj Anil il.k rtf l.tlar r.it
often entirely do away with them. S'dd
by Tl-ifz & Rtthosep.
Everv tub thouli slacd on its own
bottom." That is wh( rc Krause's Ger
man O l Ptauds. It mik.K no compar
isons wt'L other proparLtioDS of a sim
ilar lif!urr-, but l.r.ja.lly cliims as ao ex
t.rnal application it has do s-uperior.
For sale by all druggists . Har z & B ihn
aon, wholesale agents.
Krauso's Headache Capsules sre more
pleasant and convenient to take than
po d rs, wafers, elixirs, etc.
Bead Sea Fruits.
They slay multitudes when they are thy pro
duct of neglect of incipient disease. A "flight"
rold, a lit of indigestion, billiousness or com tipa
1 ion each or any of thee. -minor ailments" ad
vance in many c.srs with "league-destroying
nrrldes." Give them a twift, eirly defeat nith
Hn-tctter'e Stomach B t ers and avert the dan
ger. Ahcrnethy administered an alarming re
buke to thi man who informed hnn that be lad
"only a co d !"' "O' ly a cold." repeated the doc
tor. "What wonld je have the pWeue!" Rhcum
at im and la grip! e are easily extinpuishahle at
the tart. W cy then a'low th mti ret tip a full
head of. steam? Put on the brake- with the
Bitters. The genial warmth which this sup rb
medicine diffuses through the system, the im-
etn it gives to the circulation of the hlood. its
sooth ne and strength, n ng ffect upon the ner
vons spei al y recommend it to the enfeebled and
sick. Tls !hs great specific for malaria.
Per i!ache cni rollove all the troubles fncfr
tiei.t to a bilious state of the cystom. such as
I)ir..neBf Xauscc, Drowsiness. Distress aftec
cr.tiug. Tin in tho Bide, &c While thc:7most
Te sarkal-le success lias been ehawn in cuxiujj
noi!.-.ehc, ret Carter's Litilo trrer Pflla art
c.f.ially alUfiblo iuCoiLstip.it ion. curing and pro.
ventin'f: tiiisannoyinf.-r.orapla:nt. while they also
correct allUisordrrsof thoBtomaeh,Hiiiiiilatoth
J.vrr and icguiutb tiie bowels. Even ii tuey 02lj
Aj't'Otbey would boalmostprioelcss to fhosnwtn
eufler frora tfcia dintrcs-jinc; coraplaint; but f ortu
I.iitolythcirjrocxlnet'adoiiflnoeudherei'ulthoao whoc-TU-otry thorav.'iU iind IbeeoliUlopiUqvaln
fcblo lu sonituy ways tliat tbey wUl not bo wil
to do Tfithcut them. But after alisick licac
fls the none of sc. m? ny lives that hero is whera
Woiuikeourpre-itbuaat. Our pUlHcuroitwhiia
Cillers do not.
Carter's I.ittln Llrcr Pills arc very small and
very cany to tako. One or two pills mtkoa dose.
'Zitcy arc st rictly vetretablo and do no. enpo or
yi;:tve, but by UieirpcntleacUoc pleasoali who
Bsotliim. In viaWat5ceuta: tiveior(l. Sold
fcj Oruista evtrywicro, or aunt by QuiiL
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL Pill. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
fmes child birth easy.
Colvin, Ia, Dee. 2, 1886. My wife used
MO THEE' S FRIEND before ber third
confinement, and uyi aha would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by express on receipt of price. $1 JO per bot
tle. Book " To M others " mailed free.
BKAOFIELO REGULATOR CO
ran iui ntumuiiTh MTLANTA OA.
SOLD BY HAKTZ ft B&BBBEH.
FOR LIEN ONLY!
For L06T or FAXLING MAITH00D,
iWeaknaa of Body and Kind, Effects
Uof Errors or Exoeaaa. in Old or Younr.
lUkwI. k.nlr HAMHHID hilly KnlmC How t Katancr ua
akulawlr aer.il iv IIOBK TKUTHXT.InHU Im mJ,
In iMtlfy Trwm l) Hum wm fwtln rvaatrin. Writ Ihrm.
IfesniaU Haak. a.plaaallaa a, araaf. !! (at al.d)fraa.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO.N, V.
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, !A.
Men's hand-sewed button shoes, -
Men's calf tongue boots,
Men'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
Impart r rrtilmnt rran!in.nencr tuthrftkin. ft
imcm .-t.M TiiTipie lrff:is and dnolorotions. For
sale by (iiB.alaMtdnipiii-u or mailed for 90 ct
i .ay formd on
cla t litU. f.
Va,a'a..pirm A nvcaTiai ao BuBEar 110 finruoa
Carse & Co.'s
(These are out of style and must
J. T. DIXOJST
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenno
$3.00, vo--th $5.$0.
t treat), worn aavw
I awir aontraot tony
. w V it n