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TELE AJtUUB. THUHSDAX. FEURUAltY 18, 1892.
X "vory ceuiae tor li'jc per week.
yASTED Bo Jcrg at 8J6 Smeteentb street.
F" sM.E OR HE XT A Saloon and Cxtirt-o.
,.'! incite 1. in Ilanpton; for particular? cll
, Tcifii an I Iowa streets', Davenport, Iowa.
rT.NTK J Kiplit young mn to on the
W r.ul t' once; mil at liUtt Thirj avenutt.
f .r 1'hos F. Adkins.
WW rSI A few good salesmen to take orders
f ,r i full line of fruit an.l ornamental tree,
,, ,(,.. rii'is, shrub, etc. No experience
' R.-f.-reni-ea rcqulprt. GOOD PAY.
"''!..r. 'li. P. FKKKMAM A CO., UocutSTU,
S '. V -
W i'K'.t (lENESHl. S "ATE AiiEST to
h" el imr .er in nome prm-lpi.l city, a
,',,,' ; v. o mtrol of our im-ine ami p
;', i,...', ami vnb-aireiits in every cit in this
I, ..'.., in tin v. r- i demand, aii'l i ay a nil
. ',.(-,' i 1 i P'f r,'nr '1UK L'NION CO.V1
' ANY. 711 lln'iiw vy, N'W York.
w .'k.-rs everywhere for 'SlEl'P'S
rr !'.'! V'MI of the VTORUk"; produced
" .t i-f rl-'e.oo.i; Tremendous ;cre- ; Vr.
; ..-r:i ' i'i'('f". iti'l, C'-ared $'KI in 4
; . il :irv r':'i-. I'luinficl I, M re.. $'.S7
-.: M - II 11 ri arris, (Jarui-M. Hi-nn ,
;i: r:y iti i Th-.i erea'er rwv.k on
M nit .n;n i.i't-tn'ed circulars and term
y. .k ti cr vli . Kreiirht piid. Beautiful
t i. Ad lie--', liiolie Bilile Publishing
i'.h -l i n . ; H'rn I'hil ulvlphia. Pa.
PiO P CS310JM CARDS
i TOURNEY AT LSW Office with 3. T. Ken
A won 'iv, l"f Second Avenue.
JACKSON 4; HUBST,
t TTOKWKY3 AT LAW. Office in R iri Island
A National Batik Bnihlii.tr. K 'ok Ir'.and, 111.
B. O. SWBKNXY.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COrXLOKS AT LAW
AO'nce in Bengton M -ok. o. s Ix.atid. IJ.
MEMRY 4 Mi'E.MRV,
TTOHN SY'S AT LAir-Iian rr.orey or eood
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E KN'INQ at Cranipton's
II. f- Tl U,'J,
J. F. XTSSS, II D.,
i i iy f of wimvTi
Mi !. r. 1 i J ' vciri1 Avt. It H'k Inland.
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lliM8: 1 f-' T-i nv n to 5 p. in.
T No. KW.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
"f h-rtr:u-.-d without pfi'n by the nen
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
:ui l iii'r:';i t nl-nro for all ckie of
1 r ar..; Vit hc I Lyndo bn:M;ng
1 AKK KLtVAToB.
Mitchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29 -31.
R, M. PEARCE,
Rinm?3 in Mitchell it Lynde'e new block,.
Express and Moving.
Ail orders promptly attended to. Ctaar
HF"Lave ordcri at K. Trenaman'e Harnew
''t-nri Varkot Hoaarc
A brilliant array of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
AnJ a bswildnog array of
n. CRAMPTON & CO.
The RocS Island Booksellt?rs,
Hivv been getting ready far the
biggest trad ever done
in their store.
Leave Your Orders for
Corner Eleventh street nd Tenth avenue.
1' hone No. 1230.
H. P. LAMP Manager.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE
M. & L. J. PARKER,
irst!ai wark and .special attention to
RISO Va V?,-
Telephotie No. 1214
MACAULAY WITH CHILDREN.
Fondne Tor the YonnB and Ills
Mannei ot Kntei-taining 1 hem. '
Macanlny V fondness fur chililren con
tinned all th -ont;u his life, from the e arlv
days when le plaved hide and seek ami
capped verses with his sisters, to the later
times when he would entertain a party of
children nt his chambers in the Albany,
and send half sovereigns to his nephew lit
f.ton, eminti uy t-otK ealed under the huu-e
wax seal df I he letter. Wli.it a limst. that
must have iaen in flre.it Onn.nvt stre t
when the In lidays wen- in full swinir. Ma
caulay was i lasterof the revels, ami sr.inies
ot hide ami seek, the blowing of horns and
hhoutini; went on for hours in every part of
the house. Like Sydney Smith, lie could
tell them s ories at will, lint these ho
preferred to Kive in verse, ascribim- all to
the JlldicoUS I'.Mt." l'r,sh imtIimtw
from workii fjat one of the reviews whii li
were then timkinn him famous, he could
still pour i ut for the 11 tl 1 11 sonw.nr .f 1 hi.
younger cm s humorous t hvmes.
In later li e he would often delicht some
very younff iiemluT of t he family by a U t
ter or story in rhyme, all the word heintr
carefully w. iiten in c.iiiital letters. One of
these was a Kiut the fate of two boys who
talked in cl ur li. when
The bead.e not n iT'hI hi-.- stick.
Thicker than uncle's thumb:
Oh. what a fright those hiys were in
To see t he beadle come:
And the; were turne-1 oat of the church,
And tlioy were soundly )r:it.
And then those wicked naughty hoys
Went bawlitiK down the street.
Xor were verses all. lie had' a ntiralier
of complet dramas of the deepest interest,
all of which he was readv to perform at a
moment's notice for the amusement of his
nephews a:id nieces If these failed then
he would fall back o.i I :i- expedient of
building n i with newspapers a darksome
den behind the sofa and enact iru; therein a
terrible sci ne between ti-'frs and roblM-rs.
Indeed, Mi.caulay was never happier than
when play 1 1 with children, ami he trreat
ly missed tli i relaxation when they frew
too old to be amused wit li rhvtnes. or to
look on a isii with him to Mine. Tussaud's
as the sun mil of eartlilv hciniin'ss
About Shi i
rigged, an 1 v .
'.eriii in the Culuimns
ill vessels, sl.hip or seluxiiicr
yiug in size from five to
. are engaged in g it hering
Bahamas. The gathering
!'r market trives eniploy
'..mifl people, of whom all but
brokers and shippers are
ri:o hands on the boats go
Idom make s:;i)o per year,
i handle tin m on shore get
sponges it th
meiit to."i,t :.!...
the sliipo' . lie: -
black peo lie.
on shares, ami
while t IiO'.e wh
from liu cents to sevetit y-p.ve cents per
day. whiea gives them a tolerable living j
there. They use a water glass to search'
the Ui'toia for t hem, and then with a hook
attached "o a long pole they pick up the
largest, li aving the smaller ones to grow.;
Dredging has been tried, but it brought up
or destrcyed the smaller ones, and was'
ruining t le leds. and nn act was passed
forbidding it. After tiiey are brought up
they must lie exposed to the sun for the
animal tf die ami decay, during which proc
ess the oi or is more strong than pleasant.
The vessel usually goes to the shore once a
week to t nload. ,
Then the sponges are put into a I op pen
built in the water in some sheltered part
of the bay, where they must soak from
four days to a week, after which they must
he taken out and beaten with sticks to re
move the ! caved matter which covert
them, th: -i particles being removed by
washing after beating. They are now ready
for market. The crop of ISitO was over
0(10,0(10 pounds, valued at 3t.SI0, of which
the Uni ed States took 70S.0O0 pounds,
valned nt fcW.OOO. The sponges from the
easter Mediterranean are considered better
than tie West Indian sponges, being
usually nnch finer in texture. About the
same m.mber of boats and men are em
ployed there, and the annual product
varies ir value from t4.V,0(K to .VW,0(H). In
some pa -ts sponges are obtained by divers,
who weight themselvi-s with a stone and
go down and tear the swinges from the
rocks, aid when loaded they are pulled up
by their comrades in the loat.
In the private gardens of the palace at
Osborm on the Isle of Wight, (i iirn Vic
toria h.us a long array of mem... :al trees
that serve to commemorate cer:.::ii events
which lave occu-red in her family circle
In one spot, says Golden Days, stands a
row of trees set out in February. 1SC2,
when e: ch member of the family dedicated
a tree to t he memory of Prince Albert, who
had died during the preceding December,
theone which the queen herself planted
being a pine tree. In another place is a
group, each of which records the marriage
of one t f her children, and it is under the
shade of these, we are told, that Victoria
prefers to have her afternoon tea table set
Not far away is a large, luxuriant bush of
myrtle, which has grown from a sprig
which the queen took from the bridal
bouquet of her eldest daughter, the lOui
press Frederick. Myrt le is always used at
bridal eremonies in Germany, as orange
flowers are with us, and this bush now
contributes to the adornment of all the
brides among the queen's descendants.
Her gr mdchildrcn are now adding on vari
ous oc asions to her collection of historical
trees a . Osborne.
Tig in a rke.
"Pig in a poke," as our proverb has it,
means a blind bargain. The French say,
"Ache" er chat en poche." The reference
is to a common trick in days gone by of
substituting a cat for a suckling pig and
trying to palm it off on greenhorns. If
anyone heedlessly lionght the article with
out ex imin.it inn he bought a cat for a pip,
but if he opened the sack he "let the cat
outof the bag" and thetrick wasdisclosed.
The F 'ench "chat en poche" refers to the
fact, v hile our proverb retards the trick.
Origin of Cards.
We ire told that we owe the invention of
visitit g cards to the Chinese. They were
first u d during the Tong dynasty (71$-90T. )
The p -esent Chinese visiting card is larpe
enough to fold t wice and is bright red in
color The origin of card playing is uncer
tain. It is said to have been brought to
Viterlio in i:j?J. Cards were illuminated
for Cl aries VI of Fnince in 13'J2, then de
presstd in mind. Cards were first taxed in
Kiiliind in 1710.
My Cake Is Dough.
Tlit familiar saying. "My cake ts dough,
occur iu the "Taming of the Shrew,'' act
fifth, scene first.
The Letter "D."
The letter I) is the outline of a wide
rchway or door. It is called in Hebrew
ualeta (a door).
And lier young, artles words heean to flow.
i l)ne day we gave the child a colored sphere
I Of the wide earth, that she might mark and
Dy tint and outline nil its sea and land. .
rhe patted ail the world; old empires peeped
neiween iter naby lingers; Ler soft hand
Waa weli-ome at all frontiers: how she leaped
And laughed hihI prat t led in lier nride of blissl
llt w,"'u w'e turned her sweet, unlearned eye
,our TT1 Ule she ri'e, a 3oyu "S"
H5'.?S,!, 1 ".T1"."'8 hon? is
And while she hid all Kmjland with a kiss
Lrifc'ht over Lurope fell her enlden hair.
A Iweiuarkalle rave,
' Mr. Thomas Stevens, in his bonk
"Through Kussia on a Mustang," descrilas
a visit to a convent cemetery in St. Peters-,
bnrfc. He writes: "Tiie weirdest thing in
tlie cemetery was a prave that is simply a
glass house, containing a vault or cellar
with a trapdoor and steps leading down
into it. The sister told us its story. After
twenty years of married life, durinp which
their prayers for offspring had been unaa
bwered, a couple were finally presented,
with a daughter in ISi 3. Three years later
the newcomer died.
"The unhappy parents had the hotly em
balmed and placed in a coll'm, with a glass
opening above the face. The tomb in ques
tion was built and the coflin deposited in
the crypt. Everyday for fourteen years
past the mother had visited the house, de
scended through the trap door and spent
' pome time looking into the face of the lit
tle one through the glass. No change had
, taken place in its appearance.
I ' This last item was told us witharinpof
honest pride, in her voice, as indicating the
peculiar litness of the convent cemetery as
a place ol burial.
IJUe a I'utato.
A stupid fellow was once ltOasting of his
prand ancestoi-s. He was descended from
Ird This and Duke the Other. II is family
were related to numerous other people
who had lived long ago, and who had
made themselves famous.
A quiet man, who had been listening to
his lioasting, remarked, "My friend, do
you know what vou remind me of?"
"What ?" asked the fellow
"A Htato," said the man, amazed,
"why, in w hat v.av do I resemble a po
tato?" "Because,'' said the quiet man, "accord
to your own account, the only part re'At
to you which is good for anything is urder
the ground:" Harper's Voting People,
Massage for the Scalp.
The hair falls out when the strength of
its riM.ts is insufficient to sustain its weight
any longer, and a new hair will take its
place unless the root is diseased. For this
reason each person has a certain definite
length of hair. When the hair begins to
split, or fall out massage of the scalp is
Place the tips of the fingers firmly upon
the scnln, and then vibrate or move the
scalp while holding the pressure steadily.
This will stimulate the blood vessels un
derneath and bring about better nourish
ment of the hair. A brush of unevenly
tufted bristles is also excellent to use upon
the scalp, not the hair. National Barber.
A Very l ine Lrpal Toint. '
"They say judges are always on the side
of justice," remarked Squire Johnson this
morning, "but I fail to see it. Do you
know what they did to me once? I found
a grocer guilty of selling oleomargarine
contrary to law, and "my decision was re
versed simply liecause in the warrant for
his arrost ! said butter was made of "milk
or cream' instead of 'milk and cream."
There is hairsplitting for j-ou. He was A
United States judge too. Cincinnati
Th Old Man's Hint.
Materfamilias (11 p. m.) What's
matter? Vou look distressed.
Paterfamilias I thought it about time
to give that young fellow in the parlor a
vigorous hint that it wasnearing midnight,
so I walked right into the room and, giv
ing both him and our daughter a severe
look, I deliberately turned out the gas. .
"Mercy! Didn't he get angry?"
"No; he said 'Thank you.' "New York
Value of Whalebone.
In its old use as ribs for umbrellas whale
bone has lieen superceded by the lighter
and more durable steel. Although the de
mand on the importers each year has been
growing steadily less its value has In
creased. In isry ihere were 3,544 hundred,
weight, of a value of S:iKi,0U0; while in 1S77.
though the quantity was only 1,900, hnn
dredweight, the value was 414,93.1. St.
"Where the Lover Looks ut the Fire.
When a young Savoyard goes a-wooing
he pays considerably more attention to the
admired one s fire than to her face. If she
leaves the billets of wood undisturbed on
the hearth it is a sign that he is welcome-
but should she place one of the blazing
fagots In nn upright position against the
others, it is a hint for him to take his de
parture. San Francisco Fxaniiuer
Jewels from Mexico.
The Marquise I-anza has a large number
of exquisite and costly jewels among
which may be mentioned a diamond pend
ant of thirty-two stones, a ring with two
flawless white diamonds, three caratseach;
several beautiful garnets obtained by her
father. Ir. Hammond, during the Mexican
war. New Vork Herald.
A New Version.
A child of three and a half years had
been taught by his mother a text in the
morning, "Make me a clean heart, O God,
and renew a right spirit within me." At
night ut the end of his prayers he, unasked,
repeated the text in the following form,
"Wash my heart, O God, and hang it out
to dry." London Truth.
More Power Needed.
iuinisier i inir.K we snouia Have con
Organist Then we must have a new or
"This instrument isn't powerful enough
to drown 'em out," .New lorfe eekiy.
In finishing the bottoms of shoes one
man with a sandpapering machine can
handle 3u0 pairs, while it would require
four men to do the same by band.
Sir Edwin Arnold glories in tlie fact that
be has written nt least 8,000 editorial lead
ers, each of which has been over half s
column in length. f
Fireproof and timeproof books, with
leaves and covers of sheets of asbestos and
printing in gold and silver letters, bar
been suggested, j
Admitted the Facts,
Newspaper editors have to be very
careful in opening their columns for state
ments. Hut aware that . the Dr. Miles
Medical Cc. are responsible, we mike
room for the following stiu on i til trom
It McDjUgall, AuburL, Ind., who for two
years notice i s stoppage or skipping of
the pulse, his left side eot so tender he
could not lie on it, his heart fluttered, he
was alarmed, went to d.flvrent doctor?,
found no relief, but. one bottle of Dr.
Miles' New Heart Cure cured him. Tbe
e'egant hook,"Ne and Startling Fcts,"
free at Hartz & Bahosen's It tells ail
about heart and : ervous dis-etses and
many wonderful cuns.
Woman's Health and Life
depend more r u regularity Ulan 0D ftny or
all causes combined. Au actiml or livino-
deuth is the result of ih
fu::ctions which make wnn.'in what she
it-; immediate relief is the or-!y safeguard
a"tinst wreck and ruin. In all crscs of
HToupaop, delayed painful or other irreg
ularities Bridfid's Female Retulatnr is
the only sure remedy, rol l by Harlz
Do Not be Deceived.
Prnns with weak lunt;s Hiofe who
are constantly catching cold -should
wear an Allcork's Porous Piasn r over the
clii st and another between the shoulder
blades during cold weather. Remember
they always strengthen and never weaken
the part to which they are applied. Do
not be deceived bv imaL'inins? ui other
piaster like them tbet are not mv
look it, but looks deceive. Ir.sist always
"ii having Al'cock's. the onlv ndiuhlo
platter ever produced.
I was troubled with caturrh for seven
vests previous to commencing the use of
Ely's Cream Balm. It has done f..r me
what other so-called cures have failed to
do cured me. The effect of the B.lm
seemed magical. Clarecce L. Huff, Bi I
After trying many remedies for catarrh
during past twelve years, I tried El's
Cream Balm wi!h complete succtss. It
over one year since I slopped using it
and have had no return of catarrh. I
recommend it to all my friends Milton
T. Palm. Reading. Pa.
"Isn't she beautiful!" occasionally one
heirs tbis expression, as a lady with a
strikingly lovely complexion passes along
the street. Certain!! she uses the fa
mous Biush of Hosts, manufactured by
Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend, Ind.
Supplied by T. II. Thomas. Price 75
cents per bottle.
ITe Cjj'er You a licincrty
which J:iurcs .'.n;'. (, i?
X- efllotUcr !?. ' ' '
" MQTftHR'S F
AfN'rusInpiinfbottlPOf Jothrr'' l-Viri! .
uiTtrvd but lut io faia.antl tiit u; n.v t v.;
wenkn.'s afterwuM usual in i:!i vKjes.HLz
Annie Gage. Lain&r, 5Io., Jan. I5tii, 191
?nt by exprs, chirrs prepaid. ou rtvlr-t cf
pric-, $1.50 per ixu tit. Li-K.-ii.iG Mothers imnitn: V"t
URADFILLQ BEGl'LATOS Ct
601.11 BY ALL. fPTTf."
&0ID Y H&R1Z & B1BNSE5 .
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKE
$S00 Reward for any
injurious substance found
in thr- Capsules.
Will Cure any
Moner refunded if not
as we say. Sent postpaid
on receipt o( price,.
NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY Chemist.
Des Moines, Iowa.
Fors.'e'cby all drnegistt. Ilarw & Bahuen,
s4-st..i'y Ak your I"rncgist fur a "
J buttle oi Bin tl. 1 he only
.xrar .k... .. i JI...I...: i
pvSf private cl iseases of nica and tho
to women. It cures in a few
nays wit nout the aid or
i puiinctty ot a rioi-Mr.
i i c i.itm.Tt .;n ' we.
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VsVi.-.-. ..r..zr.ii-v:..r:.: ..-sv
The Rock Island
Is the best medium thronch
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should have their
announcements ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current weeks issue.
C. O. D.
221 and 223
AL Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
spi-lication. Bee the MOL1XK WAtit .N hi f.ire purthasine.
INCORPORATED UNDER THR BTATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and 8atnrday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits- Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
I. P. KBYNOLDm, Pres. P C. DKSKMANN. Vice-Pres. J. M. BUFOSD, Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell. K P Reynolds, P. C. Dcnkmann. John Cmhaneh. H. P. Hnll.
Phil Mitch 11, L. 8lmen, K. W. Htin-t, J. 5i. Buford.
Jacksou A Uubst, Solicitors.
tW Began buf inc. July 8, 18-. tt, at d occupy the f outheaf t ccrr.er cf K itchell Lvnde's new
J. T. DIXOJN
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Wooler
Superb !fw Trains
Opera 3E3Coxxso Saloon
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth Streo - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors.
free Lurch Every Day -
Proprietor of iheBrady Street
Ail kinde of Cut Flowers
One block north of Central Park, the largest
Manufacturer of all kinds of
-BOOTS AND SHOES-
Gcnts'Fine Shoes aepeciAlty. Repairing done ni-atly and promptly
A share of yonrpatror.ag respectfully solicited.
161S Second Avenue. Rock Island, JJl
Eorst von Keeckri z,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Fonrtn Ave. and Twentv-Tbird St.
Jolm Volk: & Co.,
Sash Doors Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
SUnteentb St bet. Tclrd asd Ponrtk aves.
) 9.U fry ail t.rt-4.lianiirrrts or nuuivd t or S ct
!saJ?bj ail'f.rt-rIH.aniirfrts or l
IH THE SOUTH
I x - " l- . . j
t.l.VhWKi, I wtTKCar ctr.ucr
Beer and Ctears always on Hand
- Sandwiches Furnished en Short Not!r
eonstaiitlv on hmt
In la. 804 Urady street. Davcn portion.
TO THE AFFLICTED !
?Jn xncdu-jil tn:itnM'iit r:m tw h;d l-rretuoi
ff-r T:tr-o from t!e prt'.-Ttption! -f lir. Will
-Vfl WiI lik-U fuiicnrnc irtm seminal
J. TL.JV ! WUI1J iTlLH nnd Nifrvous IhbiitT
3&ia&Jnf w9 Mnirra Ivpmdenry, eic-
who eMnrtin a weakness
i n aJ vaiio1' a tlif t r Tear. K kS
nr nnd Btadd r lriuhl!. etr will find our Method
1 lri:ttmi.r.n . frtriin and ii.?l- Ct-'H
rUiNM PICTIIIPQ fcxprienoprxreihatliv
jCffllilML I MO I ILLLOi U rnal cjctitctnoi. miom wilj
who hair;u moci.U alt'Dtua to lbe
liM,a!' form.inT Tears. DTib s?mt
nal PaMiik-H which act dinctir qikio the
di?a-d ore nn, nnd nu.-re Tvir bettor
thitn ?-t-niat b WtHJicm. am thev an ti c
ctianpd 'ythetf'ietnr Juk-eanOroqtfireno
cbatiKC ot d'etor (uterruittionin bttMnew.
HOME TREATMENT r?i
ctiri fn.m .t.U) to tl.'i.ou. !t with nn-
illmma private pru.-tk. Give tb-rti a trial.
CpCP J Cl f Un 01 f'-rthcKidDersandUljiilderrorea
Wl UUli IU nUtOI rwenlKiw. in me t f.iur days.
Call nr write f.irCatnl'xnieiuiil lcfuroiauon bete )
COLUiuiUcp others. A"l
THE PERU CHE.A1CAL CO..
189 W!8T0hEiN SfklZ". MILWAUKEE, WI
r)M H ROF.DIEFFENBACH'S
aVHC IrVRt CT.innV HtnTUUt
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