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THJC ABGUa TUESDAY. MARCH. 1, 1892.
.TpTlLV ArtUr silvered at your door
X"rvry criini tor c per week.
-STEUBnirdere a:80 Nineteenth street.
iTTsI K K KES'T-4 Saloon and fixture.
V i. in-1. in ll.tnpton; for parti -ular oil
A "' in 1 l. mtu streels, Davenpo.l, lows.
i; 1 -
,v TFU-B K1'1 vonng mJn to ffo on the
' . ' . ..'ll -r 1 uu Tliiri UVfllUd.
r . til !i Oil!-:. .
,r i'ti v- F. Adkin.
vnTI'O-U ;i-tl"r. I.aH' and eon' in
l .,'"' t Sai-ff.-r' new pancake
"c duvb it. Kome afni- mane
r.-V-V'Uv: mh yn. Addr.iw .MEISjfcK
lii'i! I'l'd.K Vu.. I'eortu. III.
JJrTsYqn few stooil alcmentotake order
W. . .V.ii h' tmir I'l l ornunentnl tree.
i rr i. ' r 'ir:il. etc. No experience
' V. "h i .-r.-n-M rei'itred tJOOl) PAV.
P. KrtiSBUAN A CO.. Kocustkk.
. 1 .
" . . t. vt..i . i;"iTV ACt'VT rn
, tie i'I'P ir -h in ' principal citv, as-
. i ll-IVe : UltriH OI nur utl-iii'-e!- mm M
... il ami -iri n.'Hiir in cwrj cit in rhi-
.il- 'ii mrv r- il demand, nnl i ay a net
',.( M :.i pi i per c.-nt. TUB L'MON COM-
f.S. 7 1 i H lwy. Ni-wJWJrk.
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A.- vi- il trkiTI in' . 'l i .j. ii.ii .7
.'H i r fiHA H of the tt'ilKLV; produced
. ,'. ...':ir..f JpuLiW": tremendous sow!: Mr.
m Mi'-'n1, iiexier. 1ml, c-ared $'t)3 'n 4
,'.v Kev II "rv Kinier, PhiinHel I, M.iks., $17
ri'ir-: M:-' II. II damn, (iardeld. Penn ,
':( i:i ih-r:y niluut-a The i!rea'et book on
n'ti. V inrnoth illutrsted circulars and terms
(-.. Il.i .ks on credit. Freight piid. Beautiful
-.: -niy SI. Addre, (ilohe Bible Piihli;uiii;j
r . . : i 'hi--tnnt street, I'htl .delphia. Pa.
J. M. BE4UDSLEY,
t TTOKNBY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
(l-irr'iv. 176 Second -enri
JACKSON & IIUKST,
ATTORWEYS AT LAW. Office 'n Rock Island
Si'ional Bank Buildine;, Rock Island. 111.
U. L. WAIKBB
SWEEXEY & WALKER,
TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
.10 Bee iu Beng.ton's hlook, Kock Island, Id.
MeEMRY & HeEMRV,
tTTORNEY'8 AT LAW Loan money on eooJ
il security, make collection, Kefererc , Mltctt
eli Lynde. bankers. Office In Pottmce block.
THE DULY ARM'S.
L-'Jh AhE EVERY EVSNIN'O at Crampton's
T w S'and. Five cents per copy.
J. F. 1T3SS, M D.f
!l r .rinc'tion w ;th a irenerll practice, makes a
specialty of drs, a!e of women
'' ii.li nce. l-l'.M Second Ave. Hick Inland,
e. r.ir Second Ave. anil Fifteenth street
Holm: '' to li a. m. .n I S to 5 p. ru.
DR. Ji E. KAWTH08KE,
Teeth extracted without pa!n by the nei
N .17 ' econd avenue, over Krell it Math'.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
?.n arid upt'riTit'in1eiice for all clans of
R'tn? W and tt, Mitrhell A Lyude building
DRS, BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block, Rooms 29-31
R. M. PEARCEi
Kvm in Mitchell Lynde'e new block.
Express and Moving.
a:1 order, promptly attended to. Char
laru'dvp orderii at K. Trenaman'e Harnase
---on Market -qu&re
A brilliant array of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
a buwiiclprir.g array of
B. CRAMPTON & CO.
h- ll,ri Island Booksellers,
h 'J tting ready for the
trad ever done
in thnir store.
Leave Your Orders for
street nd Teoth.avenne.
C1-- No. l'JO.
Si ff," OF. DIEFFENBACHlS
4 V I SURE CURE 'or SfMIRAl, NIRVOUS
I ' USINART TROUBLES 1 YOU NO,
M!00iE-r,ED Oil WEN. NO
'Vii "MNTT OB DISAFPOlNTM.NTbatpMl-
""f" Tr-imm th worrnl cr in 14 boorf
"v; . ':,rTmnnit?ourwiolondTii. IAU; .
I'lii mutt, mail frrf I. Clreolar fr.
' 'rts ir E PERU DRUC CO..
" IT W . DO -UIC CT Mii-iiiivir tut.
i ftratwl do.
T "S tROELLIt
The Description Tallied.
A stranger when dining at a foreign
hotel was a :co6ted by a detective, who
saidtoliitu: "Beg your pardon; we are
in search of an escaped convict, and as a
matter of fo -m yon will oblige us with
j mr passpott."
"Do 1 loot like a convict?'
"Possibly not. In any case I shall re
quire to see .'our passport."
The straner feeling annoyed, pre
sented the oi icer with a bill of fare, and
the latter commenced to. read, "Sheep's
head, neck of mutton, pigs' feet."
Very good," he observed, "the de
scription tallies. Yon will please come
along with us." Spare Moments.
"Diijs sire more faithful than men!"
"But men have bank accounts." Life
Had KxprctiMl Hotter Treatment.
He rapped n the door of the ilat be
low his own. and when the door was
opened, said apologetically:
"Pardon u.y intrusion. This is Mr.
Filliert, 1 bel eve?"
"My name is Springer. I occupy the
flat just abovij you."
'Step in. Mr. Springer., Wh.-.t can I
do fur you:"
"It's morel;-a bv. -iness call," explained
the occupant of tii. upper flat. "I no
tice that you an' using but ono stove
and a small .rate now, while you used
to keep three stuv: ; going."
"Wny, yes." re: ,med the man in the
first flat. Tiiu.- are rattier hard and
coal is expensive. Dut might I ask what
business that is i ' yours?"
'business t i. iiie!" exclaimed the
other in surprise. 'lang it, man! vou'r
not treating me ri -hi! Don't von think
anything is due v. :r neighbors?"
.... i .
.iniiors. iie..:. mors: v, liar, are von
driving at? Haw.t 1 always been i
"Xo, sir!" mared She man in the sec
ond Hat. "1 was t ' ild you were when I
moved in or I would have taken the flat
across the hall from mine. The man
underneath that keeps three stoves going
nil the time three, mind you. He's a
thoughtful, considerate man, while you
"Well, what's the matter with me?"
"Why, bant- it all! your measlv littl--
fires don't hea- tho floors of my flat at
all, and 1 havt to burn a ton of coal more
a month than the man across tho hal
iroin me. i n n you you re acting in a
mighty small, mean wav. Yon'reshow
ing a contemptible spirit in the treat
ment of your i.eighbors!"
They didn't quite come to blows, bnt
tnemaninthe lower flat was so mad
that he put our all the fires, opened the
windows, and to !; his family to a hotel
for two or three l:;ys when the next cold
6nap arrived. Chicago Tribune.
Tie Didn't Recognize It.
When Brook's Herford first arrived in
Boston, several years ago, ho was the
guest of Edward Everett Hale over
night. In the morning he came down
stairs with a look of pleased surprise
manifest on hit face. "What a pleasing
custom you h ive here," he said, "of
chiming the liells at midnight." His
host and hostess looked at him in silent
amazement, wondering if he had taken
leave of his senses. "Yes," continued
their guest, "I got up and leaned out of
the window to listen. It was a pretty
air they played, although I did not
recognize it." "This," said Dr. Hale,
telling the sto-y afterward, "was the
first timo that I ever he-.rd of a lire
alarm being taken for a symphony."
St iffe Fright.
A young man who had been seeking
employment fr mi an editor, finally ob
tained leave to write an article on a sub
ject assigned by the editor, and to bring
it in person in a week. The article was
brought at the apiiointed time. The
editor read it at d knit his brows.
"You have so ne good thoughts here,"
he said; "bnt yt n write very badly."
"W well. y n see, sir," faltered the
applicant. "1 vas kind of scared. I
never wrote i i public before." Argonaut.
Little Son I
Papa That v
sled, and I told -
"1 was. It jn
was ridin down
"Who were ri
"Me an Ceor
Bob an Fatty an
y an Careful.
'a pa. my new sled is
as a very pretty little
on to be careful of it.
st broke itself while we
Breakneck hill on it."
ling on it?"
je an Jack an Dick an
the rest." Good News.
The IVwcra That Be.
He I had snt h a delightful trip out
to California. It happened that I made
the acquaintance of the president of the
road, who was in the same car, and I
was very well treated.
She What dil he do for you: any
He Oh, yes, iudeed. He personally
introduced me tt the porter. Life.
"What's the charge against this man.
"No visible means of support " re
turned No. 5,070
"1 can't afford to take me wife wid me
everywhere," growled the prisoner.
A Verdant Recollection.
A. Yonr obi ntirlp tflla rnt i-fiaf ft,.
memory of his college days is always
B. 1 should sav an. Ftp was tT
in Freshman yea:. Yale Record.
Little nnteh of ancient sons.
What liaa uiude thee live so longt
Flylmroii thy wlnirsof rbymo
Lightly down t lie depths of time.
Telling uothiiix strange or rare,
Poarce a thought or imnjre there.
Nothing hut the old. old tale
Of a hapless lover's wail.
Offspring of an idle hour.
Whence has come thy lasting power?
By what turn of rhythm or phrase.
By what subtle careles frraee.
Can thy mu.Me rharm our ears .
After full three hundred years?
Little sons, since thou wert born
In tho Keformnjion morn.
How much Kreat has passed away,
Shattered or by slow decay.
Stately piles iu ruins crumbled.
Lordly houses lost anil bumbled.
Thrones and realms in darkness burled.
Noble Hairs forever furled.
Wisest schemes by statesmen spun.
Time lias seen them ono by one
Like tho leaves of autumn fall
A little song outlives them all,
W. K. II. Lecky In Academy.
An Advocate of Hunting.
Senator Davis' wife is a thorough dev
otee of the limit and an expert shot, hav
ing handled a gun ever since she was
j chilil. She advocates this form of exercise
Bs being particularly desirable for a wom
an, in that it keeps her in the open air.
holding the ride gives her untiring muscle
Dnil ctfulirrtlwitlu 1, n .1,-
I win. rai.viip4iiiv i.- .in. I mni, iuc irsjJOUM-
! bility creates self reliance, and aiming
makes the eye accurate nnd the reasoning
quick and sure. ashington Letter
A Little Gal's Eipsnetcs in a L RhJhome.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are beep
ersof lhe eov. lighthouse at Sand Beach.
Mich., and are blessed with a daughter,
four years old. Last April she was taken
down with measles, followed with a
dreadful cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treityd
her. but in vain, she grew worse rapidiv.
until she was a mere "handful of bones "
luen she tried Dr. King's New Discovery
and after the use of two and a half bot
tles, was completely cured Tney say
D;. Kinc's Njw Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet you may get a tri'.l
bottle free at tlariz & Bahnseu's drjg
STRENGTH AKD HEALTH.
If yu are tint feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" has left yon weik and weary, use
Electric Bitters. This remedy acts di
rtct.ly on liver, stomteh and kidneys.gen
tly aiding tbnse orgitis to perform their
functions. If you are sill icted with sick
headBche, you w ili find sneedy and per
manent relief by taking Electric Bitters.
One trial will convince you that this is
tne remedy you need. Lrge bottles
only 5!;, at Hariz & Bhnsen's drug
BUCKLKN'8 ARS'ICA 8AXVB.
The best salve in the world for cats,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
cores and all skin eruntions. and nnai.
lively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranieea 10 give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Hartz & Bahnsen.
They Never Fail.
J. N. Harris, 3 Fnlton Market. New
lork (Jltv, says:
"I have been using Brandreth's Pills for
the last 15 years. There is nothing equal
to them as blood purifiers and liver regu
lators. But I wish to state how remark
ably they cure rheumatism, and how
easily; I was affected by rheumatism in
the legs. My business (wholesale fish
dealer) naturally leads me to damp places.
I could not walk, and at night I suffered
fearfully; I tried balsams, sarsaparillas
and all kinds of ticc'.ures but tfcey did
me no good and I was afraid of being a
cripple. I finally commenced using
Brandreth's Pills. I took two every
night for ten nights, then I began to im
prove. I continued taking them for forty
days and I got entirely well. Now, when
ever sick, I take Brandreth's Pills. Tbey
never fail "
A large manufacturer, whose affairs
were very much embarrassed, and who
was overworked and broken down with
nervous exhaustion, went to a celebrated
specialis. He was told that the ontv
thing needed was to be relieved of csre
and worry, and haveachmge of thought
Thi9 doctor was more considerate of his
patients health than of bis financial cir
cumstances. He ought to have advised
h'm to ase Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine,
tbe beat remedy for nervous prostration,
sleeplessness, dizziness, headache, ill ef
fects of spirits, tobacco, coff.'e, orium.
etc Thousands testify to cures Book
and trtal bottle free at Hartz & Bahcsen's.
I Have, as You Know.
been selling BradHeld's Female Hiulator
f r yen 8, and huTe hed a steadily inrreat
ing demand for it; it gives the very best
satisfaction. I frequently sell it to phy
sicians, who use it in their practice with
the mos-t satisfactory results.
K Thomas M. D.,
Sold by Hariz & Bahdsen.
makes child birth easy.
Colvin, La Dec. 2, 1886. Sly wife used
MOTHER'S FRIEND before her third
confinement, and says she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollar.
Sent b exoress on receitit of mice. 1 JSO oer bot
tle. Book "Xo Mothers "mailed free.
BRAOFIELS3 HEOULATOR CO,
worn aic my all orumist. ATLAJVTA. OA.
-OLD BT HARTZ ft BAHBBKH.
Will Curs any.
r ma not
IP YOU TAKH
$500 Reward far soy
lojarioa. snbttanes found
u me apBiaa.
: " iMaw Km.
Monef refnnded if not
a we aay. Sent postpaid
on receipt ox price,-
NORMAN LICHTY, FAMILY CHIHIST.
Dea Molnea, Iowa.
Foraale bv all drnnriatt. n.rtx Mnm
Bicl: Headache and re!io-s ail tho troubles Incfr
dent to a bilious ette of tho cyBteru, such oa
Dizzinea, Kiuse-, Drowsiness. Distress aftes
C.-.tir.g. I'ain in tho Bide, &c Whilo tr-e!? aaoafi
yemailcaHe cucceaa has been shown in ouxius
neaflaehe. yet Carter's Littla 1,-rer P'Tls nra
t:i::r.Ur vaiucMoiuCoTiHtip ition.eermc uu-Ipro.
i.wr uuu rvguiuie iuo Doweti iivea il they only
CllrCtl n mm I 9 -1 m - r
BuHer from this iliitrc- 'ingco:i:pL:int: bntforto.
Ijitelyllieirgootlnesa dies nc'.oud hero.a-ntthod
Tihocncetry thera v.i!l and taes'! litilejiliisviil'i
fil.!elnsoiany vraTsthatt'iey T.iii n.i!. bo wi!
i.b to io without tueiu. But after allaicklieac
fjthebaneof so renny lives that hero In whfira
Averunkeourereatboast. Our piUueurolt while
others do not.
Carter's Little liver Pills are very email and
very easy to talie. Oue or two pills il ko a. dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do no. gripe or
r.uryp, but by their gentlo action please all who
usetbeni. In vialsat 25eentB ; nvefor$l. Sold
by drnj-.'istE overyware, or seat by luau.
CARTER HEO'OINE CO., Now York.
SMALLPIll. SMALL DOSE. SMALLPRICi
A LAUNDRY SOAP, PURE AND SANITARY.
General Household Use.
TO THE AFFLICTED !
Why pay bt e i op to qunrks whon the bo
nifuiiii irtMttntfi.irftn tvo nnd lor ream
Him? prir!ui une reru nenjicnl . .. pre-
r-u in mi ire prwripiun ci in. Win
tnmfi,anviician4tt world-wine repute!
VnilUC UrU erinpr frtim Somfna
I UUnO nlLII and Nrvns lwh.lirv
I a Hi f Mfmorv. It.sixindnnT- f-
ruii! early Indiretfmsorutbpr causes: al;
Ufnni P.ARPn UPII who experience a wenknw
miUULC-MUCU mCn tmwivunrtM.l tlirlryanvKii
ncy and Bladder troubles, etc., will tlnd our Metbod
irejituieniaMtio, cerunn nnd tpeHiv ri UK,
vPUIUAl PACTII I CC KxpTlenreprt.vesthatln
OLminHL IMOI ILLLOt Orn.il medicinof aiotw will
nntcuretbcjveaHruenta. Pr.U illmms
whoh.iHun. iwectal attpnti(n to th
tliwases fnrm.iny years, prescribes Semi
nal I'nwttlleH which act directly upn tbe
dieawI orRRn, and restore v'itzor better
tnan Mnm;iab I.terticinew, nn thry ore not
chnnpedbytheirastric Juice and require r.c.
change of dietor InterTuptioutubasiiiess
UniiC TDCITIICUT inrkirpa.lB!itrnii
nurfiu iiii.Himi.ni fnni intotmdayit
oMipt fnm $. Ui to 15.0U. uted with tin
TCllMam' private practice. ;tve them'a trial.
RPFP.IFIP Un Pi f,thcKldneyandBlodilerciirw
Ol UUII IU nii.OI recent ennett In one to four days
UTERINE EUTRCPHIC VSZSISSS"'
Call ftr write furCauiloirtie and In formation be fc
Ooneultinir othei-. A'ldrpn
... THE PERU CHC.VIICAL CO.,
189 WlSTONSiN Stkcet. MILWAUKEE, WI
The Leading Milliner,
Is receiving lier Spiing Goods
daily, and her stock is larger
and more replete than ever be
fore. Call and see it before you
1709 Second Ave ,
SrA(nt for the Staten Inland dying establishment.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
lFirst-clas work and pecial attention te
BINS rs rr,-
Telephone No. 1214
ImparUii. tM-tiJianttraniCM.rncT to tbenkia. ftt
I movw r" mmpu-ft. lrprkln and ditfolorationsT. For
leal hy aii lirxt-rtna druirvri't or tuxuird for SO eta.
In mtmmv y
-r - Hm
Dr. Renieon's Kellab'e Bemedy. Famona everr-
wnere among toe- laaie. as .are. prompt ana
e&ectnal. The orurinal woman' salvation. Price
fl sect direct, aealed; itiformatioo free. Adores.
Caton Medical Co.. Boston. Hut.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moiine Wagon Co.
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and other Sprirp Wecon., especially aoanteo. to the
W eHtern trade, of enperior workn-ari-hlp and finif h . Illn.trMed Prire List free on
application. 8ee the MOLIXE WAGON before pnrcuaeing
WEHA.VE THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Pies and Buns
In the city. Aleo see our line of fresh fried Cakes, Cream
Pies and Cream Puffs, Angel Foods, etc., and many
other varieties too nnmerous to mention. We also get
up the finest of Wedding and Pariy Caes, and Oyster
Patties a specialty. Only the best of material used in
tbe manufacturing of all theee goods, and first-class
workmanship gnaran eed. We deal largely in Wedding
Cake. Ornaments of all kinds,
MUNROE, DeRTJE & ANDERSON.
ui.r i !iL jf
For CHOICE HEATS Go to
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly tilled. Telephone No. 1103. 1700 Third Aye.
INCORPORATED TJKDKB THR 8TATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from V a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per oent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. RBYNOLD3, Pres. t C. DBNKMANS, Vlce-Pre.. t. M. BCFOKD, Csshlsr.
P. L. Mitchell. R P Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crnbangh, H. P. Hull.
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, B. W. Hurat, 1. M. Bsforo.
J acksos 4 Hdbst, Solicitors.
S-P-Began bninc.. Jnly 8. 18S0. and oceapy theonthea.t corner of Mitchell ft Lynde's new
J. T. T3IXOJNT
. And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 8econd Aveuue
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
5 AND lO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classw?re and Wooden-
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave.
rvlrr I-i ,
GEORGE SCHAFEK, Proprietor.
1801 Second Avenue, Corner of Bixteenth Stree - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
free Lunch Xrery Day
Sandwiches Fnrnlahea on Short Sotkw
Proprietor of taersdy Street
Ail kinds of Cat FloweY conetantly on hand.
Green Hodms Flower Store-
One block north of Central Psrk. the largest in Is. 804 Brady Street, Dsvtnport,Iowa.
Maanf acrorer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND 8HOE8
Gents' Fine Shoes atpecialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly.
A share of y our patronags respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. Rock Island, XC.