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THE JLBGUP THUKSDAX, MARCH, 3, 1892.
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.2?:,. n.iuY A i delivered at your floor
X cvrry tor ltc per week.
XvrKI lloirJers a;&J6 Nineteenth street.
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. r,m vml. Address MKISsKK
i'K.K I U.. IVn:iu 111.
isfr;il ii.,: .ilrnn-i to tue orders
. - f j.. ! :r-ff"' a:il orimiietnal tree,
'r' - "r...- - ir.t't-. -'. So exiie.-ienc-.-"
;" K t r rcii'iire.l G Mil PAY.
.'-II. V. r'KiiUAN 4 CO., Uiuusrtu.
'.Tr:!i i,-:ne:h.. s'ate .vjent to
n,'. i ! , ;ir.er ! :n.' Jinnttpal Cttv, as-
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. . . - ! . :n v.r-il demand, ami i ay a n- I
.; '. . t.. i.m i-r r-nt. THE UNION Co.rt
V. Til H oa -. New York.
a v worR rs rverywtiore ror humti
A,:'H 'T iiililHI of the WOULw"; procured
, ,-. ...'avof $lm.; tremendous saore" ; Mr.
' I Mir-r, n, Uexter. lnd , cfared f)Ul in 4
itt-v. II -nry Kisher, VM;ina''l 1, M.. S'.ST
.. IT It llur-. i.i-.t..l.l P. .11,1
(; ::i thirty minute. The srrea'est hook on
ir'ii. 1 imnoth illii'tcated circular and term"
tr-linokj on credit. Freight ptid. Beautiful
ii "niy 81. Addre, Globe lMi'.e Pilihhin
- .-. ........ lK,l 1j
riie-tnut street, Phil tdelplna. Pa.
J. M. UEARDSLKY,
TTORNEY AT LAW OMce with J. T. Ken
wortny. 1745 Second Avenne.
JA.CKSOS i HCKST,
1 TTORSEY8 AT LAW. OSce in Rock Island
ilSiUonal Bank Bnildir.g. Rock Iaiana, 111.
S. D. ftWEXNST O. L. WAtBIB
SWEEXEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
ilOtnce In Bt;niftoa'! oloci, Kock Island, t.l.
Mi-EMRI i McEXIRr,
ATTORNET'S AT LAW Loan coney or iorni
e rarity, mko collection, Keferer.o, Mitch
'.. A Lyndc bacitrs. O2ioc in Postofac block.
MISCE IA, ANE0U3
" THE DAILY AUtiUS.
tj!i -Ai.E EV!!Y EVENING at Crarapton't
w; ?r.aud. Five cents per copy.
jTr. 1IYE2S, H 2.,
Physician asd Surgeon.
:j c r.iuii'in w ;th a general prrictict', makes a
"net'i ilty of die.ieiof women.
T! M.-tnv, li ' 1 ""ecos.ii Ave. Hick Ieiand.
i):e. or ..eor.il Ave. and Fifteenth street,
ii -nir: " to li m. ni. n 1 s io 3 p. m.
Te'.eniio ie No. 1JIi.
Teeth eiiracted without pain by the new
N" ' econd avenao. over Krel! cf Math's.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR,
'.m- an 1 ciperint-nlence for all claea of
. oa' i ar.d 55, Mitchell Jk Lynde building
DRS. BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lyode's Block. Room3 29-31
R, M. PEARCE.
So in Mitchell A Lynde'a new block.
Express and Moving.
A!". or,icr promptly attended to. Char
tT iv, ordr at R. Trenaman Harness
. c: M irket -auare
A bri'.iiani array of holiday
';i:h Fancy Goods,
A:, i a ii-wilder1 rg array of
K. CRAMPTON & CO.
ti!'- Hock Island Booksellers,
:1 g-etting ready for the
b '-i-'st trade ever done
in their store.
fee Your Orders for
E'.evv-tb street nd Tenth.avenne.
s- No. liJO.
H. F. LAMP Manaeer.
4 V7- i f R Or.Dl EFFENBACH"S
5"T. I SURE tUS! ' stMIHAi, NERVOUS
v 0, 1 (IRI.ART TROUilES ! 1HN0,
UJ! MIOCLt aQEO OLI WEN. NO
ff ., ...JTIMACH IEieTtOri,NO
r -f&ri Tai'T R 8ISAPP0INTIINT'-ll-iy
rclirrc Ifc. wont n.ri ia H koirr
ionulij nun mAii fr tl. Clrtorfw.
Sol v ... THE PERU DRUG CO..
'orthD8 l88WlS,tTiwAUa WIS.
TM Mildin and Her Lover.
Once njion. or nnier. a time, ! forget
which, tl ere was h beautiful young
maiilon who was reared in the utmost
luxury aid AlacallLsterian refinement.
And she was beloved by a handsome
youth who had also been reared in that
relinemen: and who had been brought
up in a siiailar luxury. And the beauti
ful maide l returned his love a thonsand
fold and i iteuded to marry him one day
(provided he could find a minister who
would bel.eve that he was of age), but
alas! then- was an objection that seemed
almost insurmountable. The youth had
no brain. It nearly drove the beautiful
pirl wild when she thought of this mis
fortnne; although, to do him justice, it
did not bother her lover a bit. and she
determine 1 to do something to supply
the lU'tieii ncy.
In her t-ouble she had recourse to her
fairy god nother, who told her that it
v.Mtild be ;ssible to furnish the youth
with a b.-ain provided he would pav
enon.-h fo it. The girl gladly consented
t. this arrangement and placed in the
hands of t le godmother her little all
tin-saving of the few years since she
had been t child some three and a half
million dollars. The amount, though
small, wa.- received graciously by the
godmother, and soon thereafter the
beautiful young girl had the pleasure of
knowing hat her lover was provided
with a brain. It was a very small brain,
but the do -tors said it would grow, and
perhaps ere he died he would be able to
talk to hei intelligently. This made her
very, very happy, and she resolved, like
the good little girl that she was, to save
up her nic ;uls and dimes and torn post
age stamp-, and in a year or two more
to buy bin: some more brain, for in the
meantime she had married him and
knew that he needed it badly.
So at the end of another year she
called npo i her fairy g -ilmother again,
and pourii g into her lap i.-To.OS'.).";
the result if her economy, she asked for
some niori brain.
"And h uv much mora brain do you
want':" ns cud tiie fairy godmother in
At lea-t e::
ngh, good godmother."
to enable him to die of
replied tin girl
and left tl e p.
after. Tom 11.
::irl." screamed the fairy
."on ask too much.'
vanished into thin air
or irirl nnhanm- forever
11 in Truth.
-V.. "iurc Work.
le I) or Have vou a position
-Man at I
for a very 1
irigl : young man?
lOokiiiL: for work, eh? Where
were you 1
the Door Oh. I've been the
i in seven states for the p;ist
three or fot
And now you're out of a job
Man at tl
te Door I was a Chilian war
ut at Washington. Boston
Ilusbaud (who has been out all night,
to wife ne::t day) I hope you were not
very much disappointed, my love, be
cause 1 fai'ed to come home and take
you to the theater, as I promised.
Wife (sweetly) Oh, 1 wasn't disap
pointed at all. my dear. Tour hand
some friend. Mr. Adams, happened to
call and 1 we.it with him. San Fran
Iiidn't Dare no It.
Mr. Bingti Your new dress trousers
are ruined. 1 hung them out in the back
yard to air, and some boys threw snow
balls at then all the afternoon.
Bingo hy in thunder didn't you go
out and stop them?
Mrs. Binjo 1 couldn't very well.
They were relatives of the servant girl.
Clothier arid Furnisher.
The Inevitable Cuaefiience.
Ejones I want you to subscribe some
thing towaid sending an expedition to
discover the north pole.
Bjenks "ot much'. But I suppose 1
shall have io subscribe something to
ward sendin out the rescuing ( arty.
Somerville i ouraal.
"Why, Jackson, this isn't a bit tho
kind of a ho iso I supposed vou would
"To; I'm rather surprised myself, but
tho architect is very well satisfied."
A man wa explaining to his wife how
the telephone is worked.
'It is wonderfully simple. All you
have to do is to grasp the apparatus witu
one hand and talk with the other."
t'onjrr. itul.itiims in Order.
Doctor to newly made fattier) Sir.
yon are to le congratulated. You are
the father of twins.
Happy Par-mt (doubtfully) That's so
They might hove been triplets. Life.
IlstablMiing an liqniltbriuni.
"Baby gro'ving right along?"
"Oh, yes. I think he will catch up
with his voico in a year or so." Indian
A Great Inventor.
"You ongh; to take out a patent for
those fish sUries of yours. Mr. Long
"What do you mean?
"Well, you invented them, you know."
Once a Week.
An Uncap from Wolvea.
W. J. Gidley, the n monger of the stage
line between Gillette anil Buffalo, in W'y
ominR, ha hurt many exciting hi! venturer
on the box. Perhaps the worst the one
that left him gray haired, he says was a
battle with wolves in the Bad Ijjnds of
Dakota. He was driving six horse and
had a full load of passenger. It whs inid
winter, intensely cold and with two feet or
more of snow everywhere. A pack of
wolves made a determined assault on the
outfit. For three hours it was n desperate
battle for life. No less than thirty wolves
were shot down. Finding destruction was
almost certain, Gidley tied the lines to the
brake, and walking out ou the . tongue
leaped on the back of one or the "swinK"
horses. From this perilous position, with
the wolves snapping at him. he managed
to loose the team of leader. The wolves
j took after the liberated horses rdi! the
; coach was brought into a station safely
! Salt I-ake Tribune.
A Chilian merchant used to defy forgery
ny placing one thumb on the paper he
( wished to sin and tracing its outline.
then he placed the other thumb across,
j outlined that, and his signature was com
; plete. An impression of the thumb in ink
j would better serve the purpose, for we
have Mr. Francis Galton's assurance that
the patterns made by the cuticles of the
j lingers do not vary so much between vari
j ous periods of life, nor alter sufficiently by
; reason of other conditions as to lose their
individuality. Chambers' Journal.
A Substitute fur Gutta I'errha.
Another substitute for gutta percha has
been discovered in South America, being
in the form of a fluid of solidifyinc nron
j erties. It is insoluble in water and hard
eus and softens with cold and heat. It will
j retain any molded liape. can lie cut into
j very thin sheets and will take the niinut
I est impression upon its surface. It is de
nveu iiuiu a piiint growing wild in tne
Concau district. New York Sun.
The cotton mills of South Carolina
spend a considerable sum of money every
year for wooden shuttles. The Carolina
persimmon and dogwood make the very
best shuttles, but our people do nol care
to fro into small industries, and the mili
men get their shuttles from theuorth
Charleston News and Courier.
Girls as I hiam iers.
The average girl is a born financier
Mamie owes Kate 2.5n. Then Kate bor
rows a half dollar of Mamie. Mamie
comes to pay up. I low much does she give
to Kate? Two dollars? Oh, dear no. she
gives ber$u'.50. Then Kate gives back hfty
cents. So they don't get mixed! San
An Interesting Teailier.
The dominie was trying to explain the
Darwinian theory to his class, when he ob
served that they were not paying proper
attention. "Boys," he said, "when I nni
trying to explain to you the peculiarities
of the monkey I wish you would look ri'lit
at me." Once a Year.
A Hurae .Made a I'rieat.
Incitatus, the famous horse of the Komau
emperor, Caligula, was actually consecrat
ed as a priest, had a manger of pure Ivory
and was never given a drink from anything
but a gold pall. St. Louis Bepublic.
There are various kinds of timid men,
but the oddest of that class is the chap
who is forever milking dire predictions as
to the results of enterprises evolved and
carried forward by other people.
In olden times it was the pressure of the
thumb upon the wax of a document's seal
that made the deed a valid and binding
instrument, and in verbal contracts the
thumb ratified the bargain
A large manufacturer, whose fcffaits
were very much emriarrtsjed, and wto
was overworked and broken down with
nervous exhaustion, went to a celebrated
specialis-. He was told that the onlv
thing needed was to be relieved of c;re
and worry, and have a chinge of thought
This doctor was more considerate of his
patient's health than of bis financial cir
cumstances. He ought to have advised
him to sse Dr. Miles' Pejorative Nervine,
the best remedy for nervous prostration,
sheplessness, dizziness, headache, ill ef
fects of spirits, tobacco, ceff-e, o ium,
e'e Thousands testify to cures Book
and trtal bottle free at Hanz & Bihnsen's.
I can icsommeod E'v's Cream Bdm to
all sufferers from rtrv catarrh from per
sonul experience. Michael Hcrr, Phar
1 had catarrh of the heed and throat f r
five year.". I used EYn Crenni B i n, and
from the first application I was relieved
The sense of smell, which hid been lost
w:.s r stored after using one bottle. I
have fouod the BIm the only satisfactory
remedy for catarrh, and it has effected a
rure in my case. H. L. Myer, Waveriy,
ev Oil-mi via lliieano.
From Feb. 2'J until Feb. 28 the C . It.
I. i P. will sell round trip tickets to New
Orleans, good to return until .March 22 at
the rate of f 23 3j.
yot ce is hereby eiven that on Tuesday, the fifth
day of Adril. 1S9-J. in the city of Hock Island, an
election will bs held for the following officers,
One Aldcraiau In tne First Ward for two
One Alicnnan in the Second Ward fur two
One Alderman in the Third Ward for two
One Alderman in thi Fourth Ward for two
One Alderman in the Fifth Ward for two
One Aide' man in the glxth Ward for two
One Alderman ia the Sixth. Wrd for one year
to fill vacancy.
One Alderman in the Seventh Ward for two
One Alderman in the Seventh Ward for one
year to fill va Mcy.
One Supervisor for two yea s.
Two Assistant Supervisors for two years.
One Ase;s jr for one year.
me Collector for one year.
Which election will be open at T o'clock in the
morning and continue opm until 5 o'clock in the
afternoon of that dav.
Places of registration ind v-ting poll, will be as
First Ward Franklin Hose Honse.
Second Wara lhoenix Hoe Uoase.
'j bird Ward Old Wideawake Hose Howe,
Fonrth Ward liimick s Livery Stable,
Fifth Ward-Fifth Ward Hose House.
Sixth W.rd table Hose House.
Senth Ward Gilpin How Honse.
City and Tow a Clerk.
Bock Island. Ill , March 1 ,lrt.
wakes child birth easy.
Colvln, La Deo. 2. 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 rrice. f 1.50 per bot
tle, book " l'o Mothers " mailed lree.
BKADFIELO REGULATOR CO
roH sail it .u.DKoeai.Tm. ATLANTA. OA.
SOLD Y BK"1Z & B&BK8EN.
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKB
$500 Reward for any
injurious substance found
n rne .pauiem.
Will Cure any
Monev rsfitnHiH if nnt
as we say. Sent postpaid
on receipt 01 price.
NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY CHEMIST.
Des Moines, Iowa.
Ferine by a'l dru.'gisitt. Hurls & Bahnsen,
A LAUNDRY SOAP, PURE AND SAHiTARY,
Genera! Household Use.
QUICKLY, THOROUGHLY, FOREVER CURED
by a new perfected
BClentiflc nicthm that
cannot fall unless the
case is oeyona human
aid. Yon feel tmnroved
the first day, feel a bene
fit every day : on know
yimraeii a Kins amoni
men in bod v. mlnrl nn
heart. Drains and losses
ended. Every obstacle
to happy miirr.ed life re
moved. Nerve force.
w iii.cufiKv, untm pt'wer,
when failing or lost are
restored by this treat-
mem, aii small and weak
Etrtionsof the bodv en
reed and strentnuened.
victims or anuses and
excesses, reclaim your
manhood! Sufferers f mm
retrain your Tivor! Don .
drs pair. even if in the last
stage. Don't be dishart.
ened If quacks have rob
bed you. Let us show you
that, fntxiif nl axiuniwk nr.d
pnlnw honor itlll exist; here pro hand In hand.
Write ror oar Hook with explanations a proofa,
EEI3 KSIICAL CO., STTFFAIO. IT. T.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Why pay bir fee to quart! vrhen the bs
medical trvnttiL-r.t nm be bad lur reason
.Meprirenul The Ieru rheruiraK'o.. pit.
rvt irom tre luvMM-ijitioi.s of iir. Wili
ianisjipny-i( uuioi world-wide repute-
fOUNG MtN txri&.'Z?SS?
Los '.tt Meunirv. ItfiMiiiioniv.
inyu early imli'reuonrtov other csum-s; al;
MIDDLE-AGED MEN T,&ZZZZ3Z
ney snd Rlndder rouiies. ere. wi!t ttntl oiir Meiliw.
'tl Treatment a Safe. CerUiiti and S;ie.Iv ITHK
notriireiiH' )VPn!iriieTi?s. Dr.WiI.imii
"'I'" hasiuv .special atienttin to litest
i!i"Bn' iitr m.iiiv renrs. i-.rerM .-mi
nni !'n;.I!cs r,hi:h net dtrrttv ujMn the
ina:i Stnn:a. ( Mcd.i ir..'e. a Hv r are t,..i
hi !;f-t! I ythet:.sin urf anrt rei,i:;r
ciiaiwe "I 1u'tt,r lulemHtin utu tiiine4
C'istiitu tr,m it.t.'i.m, u.-eci wit. r.n
. - iiiliiiis private iinirtiee. t,!Te th ni n tn.i
('"""": ' tut in a iri.il.
PrfiFIP Ko Pi t"rtli"Kirt:i-vsoi,c!Hini!:r
il'f PR"jr C'tTRrDUIP f':",' f'irall f-irm.s'o"
wi-iiiiiw unit i uiu i em' Weakr.'.. etc.
i :i!i or write f.r.:,t:'lf'ueaini Inlc-riuatioc Lei'"
Ct-?lLUi:ilii e.tri.r. . -J.tr.'. -
THE PERU CHEifllCai. CO..
183 WisrnnsiN t-TKfCT .t.AUKEE, V'
School Books, Toys and Candy,
Tablets and Stationery.
A full Kne of frerh
Cigars and Tobacco
Always ou band,
W. TREFZ & CO.,
2223 Fourth Ave.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
VFirstlaM work and .special attention to
Rise C8 TP,
Telephone No. 1214
t Ajtjp S, ITm snarv f
IwrlK far If X U A L. DEBILITY mm LOST
W TAUT T fcMwa. A MarvtllOUl llivi.o
ril.r.jnlTh,rM& B, Mil. .1. .fe. .S m4tt Cmrw
m El mVm sat
ICR PHP es
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line f Platform and other Sprire Wapons, especially aaaptea to the
W e.-aern trade, of superior workmanship and finish. Illustrated hire List free OB
application. Bee the MGLIJJK WAGON before purchasing
WE ARE ALWAYS IN" IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery waerors silwravs on th
having them stop at their
same at our premises.
For CHOICE MEATS Go to
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promutiv filled.
IHcoKPuUATSD ITKDEB THR BTATB LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
EOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 8 a m. U) 4 p. m.. and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock
Five percent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
..P.MTNOLIW.Pre.. f C. DKNK1IAKN, Vice-Prea. J. M. BTJFOKQ, Cashier.
P. It. MltcheM L P. Reynolds, P. C. Dcnkmann. John Crnbangh, H. P. HulL
hul Mitchtll, L. Simon, B. W. Hunrt, J. M. Biford.
JiCKsoa A Hubst, Solicitors.
BTBegan business July 8, ion, d occttjy JhjWBthea. t corner of MitcheD 4 Lynde". new
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Wool
tsriiiinnt" r - nr parl-pt
viametUUn,s. cacti 5c..s
I oweet turn ....i...-t. .Nu-.-iei. jp.-e.
worth f,m us before Ji.-.y ;,t.
VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE, IE32 ,--ri:
f i?-?:J person itucrciied :, -.7Z .TT'y .T?'" f: r c-'li'lci
. cents, whieh cut h ;.,.- ' r. '''' '; o:.c. i n-.c
GEOKGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
lfiOl Second A venue. Corner of (Sixteenth Stree - Opposite Harper". Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
tne Lasch Xvery Day
Proprietor of thelBrady Street
AJ kind, of Cat Flower, constantly on hand.
Green House Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the largest in 1. HA Brady Street. Davnport,Iowa.
Mannf actnrer of all kind, of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoe, aipedalty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A share of y onr patronage respectfully solicited.
1018 Second Atenue, Bok Ialand, HI.
residences, will please notify the
DeRUE & ANDERSON.
Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
1705 8bccnd Aveaue
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t i;," I " ' ' ''-''. I:wl.tt iic
" h 5 5'1"" yw free, who orders SI
I VT TV
r i d-4rd.
Scndwicnea rnrnlahed on Short Kotkia
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