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THE AttGUO. THUKSDAT, FEBltUAKY 11, 1892.
Hc,.,,j creuin for H4c per week.
NTED-Boiricrs a; 819 Nineteenth street.
tTTu.E OK KENT-A Saloon and fit i .a.
f-.-i looitel. in Hampton; fr parti ular. cill
rwcif-u n,t Iowa treely. Davenpo t. Iowa.
.1. . m n t. nil the
!f7 '-hm.; rail at 1:1)0 Thiri avenue.
l .If.T I'hos F. Adkins.
Lrris-TSD A few Rood salesmen to take orders
Mf ,r a full line o.' fruit ami ornamental tree.
juit":1,,u' ... . , sin pxnerlence
,1! rails. rmes, i'. ..vii P1V
'..".arr Reference" required. GOOD PAY.
re.'U. P. FHSKM AN & CO., Kocbsstib,
-. . out's- 1 1 ' V V T tn
M headuu-erj 1 m prmc Pl clt. J-
, Td in eWrVeit, in .hi,
L. -nl, In on:vorl demand, and lay a n -t
. ;.'( -mi in liH) per cent. TUb l.MDJ CU.B
ASV.Til liroalwty. New York.
r. . workers everywhere for ' SHRPP'S
!A. -.'H T MiK.VII of the VCORL ."; produced
.f si.iii nnii. fi-..ni. 'ii Inns nrrreis : Mr.
v" Mir-'h . wcxter. Ind, c fared t3 In 4
u 11 nrv t'i?ner, I'liiinftVl I, Mass., $IST
!"h, - M'-s ft. H Harrii-, Garfield. Venn ,
Vi '-rty minuted Th- trrea'fcsl book on
M 'id t i li illustrated circulars and terms
. K '- on or.-dit. Freight p lid. Beautiful
..V. r.'r ii Adilre", (ilobtvJBtnle PnbUliiug
L''i' - :i-.:i street, Phil .delpliia. Pa.
J. M. BEARDSLEY,
'aTT0REl Al liAn-umra
A orfiy. 172ft Second Avenno.
TTORNET AT LAW Office with J. T.
JACKSON & 11CKST,
TTOHKKY8 AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
St'.onal Bank Bunging, ismnu, in.
I,, JWSKHBY. 0.1.W4MH.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
. M-r-.nvn'Va A XT rftTTVKEr.l.ARS AT LAW
loace In Bcngston's nlook, Rock Island, 111.
McEMRY & McEJilRY,
TT03NKY'8 AT LAW Loan Eoncyon eood
ill & Lynde. bankers. Offiee In Postomca block
i BA-nrirv. maKQCOi ections. nunjreni.niw.u
THE DAILY ARtJUS.
ALB gVElY EVENING at Crampton"
yy Sews Stand
Five cents per copy.
J. F. MYERS, 21. D
Physician d Surgeon
connection with a seneril practice, makes a
specialty of diseases of women
Residence, 14in Second Ave. Kick Island,
office, cor Second Ave. and Fifteenth street.
Hours: 9 to 14 a. m. m 1 S to 5 p. m.
Telephone No. ViOfi.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teetli extracted without pain by the new
No.n; Second avenne. over Kreli t Math's.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
Piaci and superintendence for all class of
Kooxs 53 and 55, Mitchell 4 Lynde building
Mitchell & Lynde'a Block. Rooms 29-81
R, Mi PEARCE,
Roam 33 In Mitchell A Lynde's new block.
Express and Moving.
All orders promptly attended to. Char-
HfLeave orders at K. Trcnaman's Harness
A brilliant array of holiday
Albums, Bibles, '
Rich Fancy Goods,
And a bewilderi DC array of
E. CRAMPTON & CO.
The Rock Island Booksellers,
Ha?p been getting ready for the
blggagt trads ever done
in their store.
Leave Your Orders for
Curler Eleventh street nd Tenth.avcnne.
T -crhone No. 1220.
H. F. LAMP Manager.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE
i. M. & L. J. PARKER,
t'i'irst-class wark and Special attention to
RING C8 CP,-
Telephone No. 12 1
One t yet. Deer.
One of the good t tones told about out
door life in "Wild Sports in the South"
is that of a "fire hi tit," w Inch took place
on a very dark nij;ht. Two men. with
Jake, the boy, sta -ted out armed with
guns, and bearing also a frying pan
wherein blazed a tire. of pitch-pine knota. '
The deer, startled by this liht, were
expecfoxl to stand t taring at it, allowing
their eyes to be usel us a mark for ballets
Suddenly 1 "felt Stockton's hand on tny
shoulder, compell nj; me to 6top. and
thon the crack of I is rifle told me he had
filed at a deer 1 had not seen.
"That deer shone np bright," said he
in a self satisfied tone, as he froceedeit
to load his gun.
"Aren't yon going to secure yonr game
before loading';" af-ked 1.
We started in the direction of our
prize, when, to oar joy and astonish
ment, another blui light appeared in the
ante direction. Stockton fired again
and out went the light.
1 shot the do.; first." he said, load
ing his line, "ami evidently the buck
wouldn't leave hei ."
Again we started, but had hardlv taken
a dozen steps when lo'. another light ap
"It's very strange, said Stockton, as
he raised his gun to his shoulder "but
I've seen only one eye each time."
"Perhaps they've all been standing
sideways to you," 1 replied.
"Side or front." he answered. 'I'll
black that fellow's eye for him:"
Crack went the rifle, down went the
eye, and we rushed to secure our game.
There was nothirg to be found: But
soon the eye reapjieared.
"Ilere," said Si ockton," 'something is
the matter with my rifle, and I've been
shooting all the time at the same deer
Give me yours."
He seized my p ece and when the eye.
which had tcivTinr-irily disappeared,
again eatne glaru. win tie took deliber
ate aim ami tired
"There," said he triumphantly 'he
won't show that eve of his again! I've
put the ball square into it.
But he w.:s mistaken. While he was
reloading the eye again f!n-hed out.
Stockton was half ai-hamed and wholly
"Take ; !:
let him h "
As 1 wa '
der 1 ob:
ble nianiii v
rifli," said he briefly, "and
it. I'll hold the light."
ringi l; the gun to my slioul
ved ths.t Jake, the bo v. was
!mt ,n a most nnacconnta
bU'ldeaiy lie Urol:e into a
wild veil i i' !aii'-l ter.
"What i all this tomfoolery about?"
said Stock t-n angrily, grasping him by
the shoulder. "Tell me this instant, or
I'll send you homo!"
"Ha! ha! ha!" shrieked the boy
"Amelia lighthouse! Five miles away'.
Oh, my! oh, my! Did 1 ever!"
"Jackson," sai 1 Stockton, after a pe
riod of dead sil tnce, "we are a pair of
donkeys. We've been shooting at the re
volving light on Amelia lighthouse, fivo
miles away!" Youth's Companion.
A Momentous Question.
want to ask you some
1 hope (blushing) you
thing, Mr. Penn.
won't think mo t o forward?
Steele Penn Have no hesitation, Miss
Miss Twifter 1 am going to have some
handkerchiefs embroidered, and I was
wondering if it von Id be s.-ife to have
the initials of my maiden ii.;;ne placed
on them. Truth
He (after popp ng the question) Why
do you cry. my angel? Did I offend you
by my proposal?
Sho (still sobbing) Oh, no, dear, it is
not that; I am crying for joy. Mother
always said to me, "May, you are
such an idiot tbat you would not get
even a donkey f t a lover," and now I
have got oneaftcrall. London Tit-Bits
The I ntiil Ilarrii r.
Bunker Is it true that Hunker has
separated from l is wife?
Hill Oh. yes.
Bunker Have you any idea what
came between them?
Hill 1 tinders' and that it was a home
made shirt. Clothier and Furnisher.
l.lnca to a MuHher.
KiuK of tho cane fuckers! monarch of uiash
erdom! Vulgar folks style you "a tailor made man;"
Heed not their idle words, list to mc, chappie,
I'll siug you a soi g in your pruise If I can.
Of the wonders produced at tho close of this
You are the (Treat st. of t hut there's no doubt.
The man who woui 1 question my statement, I
Doesn't know what he is talking about.
Arrayed in your wir pnint, bai Jove! your in
vincible. Armed with a mi d cigarette and a cane.
To break the girls' hearts, 1 believe, is the prin
cipal Object in life which you wish to attain.
We notice your tiouscra how quaint is the
style of 'cm!
Your overcoat bu tons ore really immense;
Your marvelous vi istcoats you must have a
pile of 'em
Arouse in our bo& mis a wonder intense.
Of neckties yon own quite a startling variety -
Spotted aud strip mI and of many a hue:
You've won. by your collars and cuffs, noto
riety: Every ouc, chappie, has heard about yotil
In the future, per huuee, 1 may write a big
book on you:
Rewarded, I'm sure. 1 should be for my pains.
You are great, you are grand, 'tis a pleasure to
look on you:
Perfect you'd be-if you only had brains!
i BRIEF MENTION.
Hot cofiee, chocolate or & good cup of
tea at Kreli & Math' anytime.
Full line of electric supplies; tbe best
of electric bells and batteries installed by
Charles Fitbig, the locksmith.
tt5Uwillbuya good span of work
horses, harness and wag:n. Ioguire at
J. W, Jones' second-hand store 1614 ave
nue. Sewing machines repaired as good as
new. Net dies, oil and parts of all ma
cMoes at Fiebig's," the locksmith.
Get a cup of coffee with cream aod a
slice of cream pie or a sandwich for your
luncheon. Every cup of co?ee is made
to order in a moment. No waiting and
ju get the best at Kreli & Math's new
The regular monthly meeting of tbe
Rock Island Citizens' Improvement asso
ciation will be held at tbe rooms this
M. Arnold, of Davenport, is closing out
his entire stock of goods for half the price
It costs. He has removed to No. 319
Brady street and all who Deed anything
in his line will do well to call there before
Robert Lee, superintendent of the Coal
Valley company's mines at Cable, was in
tbe city yesterday acd stated that all was
peace and activity at the mines, that not
only bad ail the strikers returned to work,
but that most of these who had lef Cable
were r turning.
Notice Send your friends to Kreli &
Math's for a dish of oysters, cup of cof
tee, cup of chocolate, cup of tea, with a
slice of cream pie or a cream puff, or a
chocolate eclaire, or a sandwich. We
will give you the best. Remember us.
One minute time often mukf s a great
difference a one minute remedy for
I r mc. hit is, choking up of ike tbroat,
lungs, etc., of course is a great blesi-ing.
Cuneb Couch Cure is such a remedy it
will afford decided relief in one minute.
No family will be without it after once
trying it. For sale by all druggists
Harlz & bahnsen, wholesale agents.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Tills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bahn
"Isn't she beautiful!" occasionally one
hears ibis expression, as a lady with a
strikingly lovely complexion passes along
the street. Certainly! she uses the fa
mous Blush of Roses, manufactured by
Miss f lora A. Jones, south Bend. Ind
Supplied by T. H. Thomas. Price 75
cents per bottle.
It is strictly an American remedy ; home
made and without foreign flavor, we
refer to Salva'ion Oil. All dealers sell it
for 25 cents.
M&KES CHILD BIRTH EASY.
Colvin, La., Sec. Z, 1886. My wife used
MOTHER'S FRIEND before her third
confinement, and says she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by express on receipt of price, f 1.50 per bot
tle. Book lo Mothers "mauea tree.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
won sals v kuDNuaaitTt. ATLANTA, GA.
bOLD BY HARTZ & BAHR8ER
debilitating weakness peculiar
to women. It cures in a lew
days without the aid or
i publicity of a doetnr.
i A lie t frr:vi .Af't 'nil : I're.
k Tho rr?os ChCT.-cd to.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, Pharmacist
Pbcsckotiohs a SraciALTT.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-TMrd St.
Jolin Volk & Co.,
Sash Doors Blinds, Biding. Flooring,
aud all kinds of wood work for builders.
KUrhteenth St.. bet. Third and 1 sartti ares.
L'i . ncumw av. . . j - j
where among tbe ladies as safe, prompt and
effectnal. The original woman't taltation. Price
$1 tent direct, sealed ; information free. Address
n- t? ; ua ,h, fiMinlr. Vnmnna vrrw
Caton jueuicai to,, uueiuu,
f YOURSELF! 1
f f Ask your Drucgist for a I
1 - I bottle of Big U. The only I
IZwSt non-poisonout remedy fur all M
f the unnatural dischargee and
S Z2I nrivateiliseasesof men and the
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, -
(These are out of style and must
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
Imparts itnUiant tmwjwrvm-y u the skin. B
mom all imtpi, trfM-klr andlirMHloraiion. Kof
wiirby ) ilrM-rUsidr(r(rt-t.orixiaiitl for 60 cl.
VawsPAFKS Advotso Bciiaao (10 Bpruoo
rtreet). worm mw
. minm wniruti mav
Carse &, Co.'s
J. T. TXLXO.N
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Aveane
$3.00, worth $5.50.