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THJS THUHSDAX. MARCH. iO, 1892.
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'H l.'L.VEF A W1LKEK,
i ''. iv-v? av: rirNELi.0Rs at law
.i'')tc- .:i B-a-'i-w.!' :. Kock Island, I.i.
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I .-,..g EVB'Y EVENING at Crtv"'Ti,
! v.u.i. :';vi ffr.:' i.-cr coj-y.
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j ' . v .1 -t i-f women
H . . I - c A'.i-. K ;ei Island.
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Li 11 .i i n 1-1 t. 5 p. lu.
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TrTJ, E, HAWTHORNE,
T'.e:h i-itracttd without pa'.n by the new
V17 " -'--s4 av.-rn over Krcll f Math.
GEO. P. STA UDUHAR,
? i;l :perintn1ence for all claas of
i-Ttt 5J and S5. Mitrhpil Lynde bailding
TA KB HI.I1TATOH.
DRS. BICKEL & SGHOEMAKER
HiXie'.I i Lynde a Block. Rooms 29-31.
R, M. PEARCE.
-ii Mitchell Lyndc's new'block.
E!LL NYE'S HOME.
ST. GEORGE'S CHAPEL.
ArriMint if TIiIh ISni
filial ish KiutH.
1 1" ii. now Ktiimlx was
i.f i.dwtird IV (1474).
iiint ir Iu'.;iii:ilil llray
t. I'tit two clmpt'Is,
silt' by Ik-nrv 1 in the
, ila-n to t ike 'ir.l.T
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-vtijFY SOAP, PURE AND SANITARY.
Genera! Household Use.
e-e Your Orders for
1 .cnt'i street nd Tcnth'avcone.
31 F. LAMP Manager.
3 'w,,. . K'.HZ Mill (a. MMlHtl Kf ll'Allf
A S!rt II i -t i I - 1
iul I'laor ol
St. (ieorjii-'s cluip
bcirun in the ri-i-xi
hi'iiii? tho arohitw
lmilr, on the same
Twrli'iii timl IJilwaul III in t,e Fonrtwnt Ii
ti'iitury, pnivil.'tl t. l''r,nn un Hivhitec
ttir.il point of view it vaulti-il roof with
rirhly i ni'Vi .l pondi nt ivt-s, is a frrancl sppc
iinon of Tmlor work, liko thosp in i lit?
chapi'N f i'H' S.'vciuh Ilfiirynt U'l-stmiii
Hit alii y. anil ot Kind's collojre. Cam
Iim.Il'i'. I; licatitiinl w'st atul east win-,i,iu-
l--!oii'' to a -ilij-'litly curlier period.
Un i i; In i' wi'le f tie choir arc runi;t-l the
iii hly eiirveil stalls of the Knight of the
i, ,::. !'. with thi-ir limners pemlaiit above.
-ii knight having his helmet, lamhrivaiti.
( r. -.t and sword, the mementos of the
i:. :ul beinif their arnorial bearings. I
hi t. ( 'eorjre's chapel, or in the immedi I
proximity to it, are buried the remains
. : M-voral of the kirt;s of England. Here
is t he tomb of l'.d ;ird IV, inelosed by "n
i iiiue of steel jjilt, cut excellently well in
i hiireh work,'' by Master John 'i'resilian,
miith. On the aroh above hum; this king's 1
coat of mail, roveied over with crimson '
velvet, and thereon the arms of France and !
Knirland, embroidered with pearls anil gold, I
interwoven with r ibies. Ihis trophy of
honor was stolen by Captain Foiri: iu 1(42,
who also roblH'd tht treasury of the chapel
of all the rii-h altar date. Here rests lleury
1, removed hither from the Abliey of
Chertsey, ai.J "fast lieside him once famed
Edward sleens," t. 'tether with bis wife,
Dame Elizabeth VVidvile." Henry VIII
w;us laid here when the life departed from
his body, by the sid ; of the only woman he
ever seemed to love Jane Seymour. The
tombhouse nt the e;jteru eii.1, .. :-;-nificent-
II-,itrjptioii if the Kfsileiice of
The new honse of Edgar William Nye,
tlio genial humorist, in Buncombe
comity, K. C., interests many people.
Tho following description is condensed
from that of the architects, tho Wills
Bros., of Kimsville, Temi., and Ashc
ville, N. C.
The residence is a two story frame,
iu seiuicoloniul style, the first story
Yveather Loardetl, the second shingled
(;i style still common iu the older sec-
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r. .1.1 kftoT?s. avi,
u1 r.'-- n Am-
--aice tr'n if r"'r,B,",D"e..TcTln l4Tll. .
5,, ' ttirn msll nr 1. Clrnur rrr.
x '-oith. II.. THe PERU ORUC CO..
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ST. CEOKGl.'S CHAI'LL WKST ESTKASCE.
ly restoretl and dec rated durinc; the pres
ent reisin. w.is built by his father, but was
abandoned for the et prouder structure of
Westminster. There his favorite, Cardinal
Wolsey. began to re ir himself a monument
of almost regal splendor. This, however,
was left incomplete and untenanted at his
death; its bronze adornments were sold, and
the sarcophagus w.uj at last conveyed to
St. Paul's to reeeivi the remains of Nelson.
In the same vauh as Henry VIII is the
eoflin wherein is 1 lid the body of King
Charles, brought hither from London, and
carried stealthily b;- night as the flakes of
winter snow fell sil -i.; ly on the pall, to be
laid to rest in the r r.v desecrated chapel.
For a long time the exact burial place of
the ill fated king w is unknown, but in the
year 1SI3 search wr.s made in the spot de
signated by Evelyn. The coffin was fonnd
and opened in the presence of the prince
regent and the Duke of Cumberland. Be
neath the chapel Gf orge III constructed a
vault for his family, and there he rests
with his wife and several of his family, in
cluding the two s ins who followed him
upon the throne. l or a time the bedy of
the prince cousort was laid in the royal
vault, but was afterward removed to the
magnificent mausclenm which has been
erected in the park of Windsor.
Fouiuling of rniterftltieit and School.
The University o:' Oxford litis the repu
tation of having been founded by King Al
fred in It numbers nt present about
The first college of the Uniersitv of
Cambridge was fo liid.-d by Hugo, bit-Imp
of Ely. iu liV"-. Th number of memlicrs
last year was 12,770
The University of Paris was fnumh-d by
King Philip 11 auoi t luo.
The first German university was in
Prague, 13 is.
Trinity college, D lbliu, was incorporated
by royal charter in :."i01.
Tlu I "iirviTsitv of Edinburgh was found
ed in l"si byach;rter granted by King
James I or Scotland.
Harvard nuivcrsi y had its beginning in
Newtown, nfterwar 1 Cambridge, Mass., iu
Vale university h id its beginning in Say
brook, Conn., in 170). and lemoved to New
Haven in 171').
The first common schools established by
legislation in Amcr ca were in Massachu
setts, but the first town school was
opened ia Hartford prior to 1042.
Things Told Abo it the Human liody.
The average of the pulse in infancy is 'Z
per minute; iu man lood, bO; nt sixty years,
00. The pulse of fetnales is more frequent
than of males. Ties average height of an
Englishman is 5 fee; 9 inches; of a French
man, 5 feet 4 inches, and of a Belgian, 5
feet C; inches. Th j average weight of an
Englishman is 130 pounds; of a French
man, 1"JG pounds; of a Belgian, 140 pounds.
The average weight of the brain of a mau
is 2)4 pounds; of a oman, 3 pounds and 11
ounces. A man breathes about 18 pints of
air a minute, or upward of 7 hogsheads in
a day. The average weight of an adnlt
man U 140 pounds T ounces. The weight
of the circulating b ood is about SSpouuds.
HOME OF EH.L NTE.
tions of Canada) and between them is a
heavy band course. At tho northwest
corner is an octagon tower ami there is
u line balcony. The idea evidently is to
rombine the qnaint attractiveness of the
nld Colonial dwellings with all the con
veniences of modern life.
The visitor enters, by a porto cochere,
the old fashioned English hall in which
is a stairway. On one side of the hall is
a wide, oim'u fireplace for wood. To the
right a sliding door gives access to the
drawing room, I."" by 1(5 feet, which is
further enlarged by a pretty alcove on
one side aud a music room on the other.
Out of the drawing room casement win
dows gives egress to the porch under
the tower. Sliding doors also admit ono
from the hall to the dining room on tho
left, in which a stained glass transom
over each window gives a softened ef
fect to the light.
From the dining room an arch, closed
by a portiere, opens upon a conservatory,
and beside this is the '-den'' of tho
humorist himself. For dignity's sake it
might be called a private library. The
second floor is given up entirely "to bed
rooms, bathroom and closets, and to
every one, the closets included, a win
dow admits abundant light. The third
floor is -'in the roi f," as architects say;
that is. it takes up tho available space,
v.-hich furnishes very commodious serv
ants' quarters. There is also an ele
gantly lighted studio in the tower, and
from the balcony one overlooks a splen
did view of hill and dale, tho Broad
river roaring Ulow, the Buck shoals and
the Blue Ridge mountains.
Although the structure is a two story
cue, the blope of the ground gives the
basement a fine light on one side, and
there is a 10 by ID billiard room. The
rest of the basement is taken up by fur
nace, fuel room and storeroom.
A Persistent 3Ian.
'I should like to sell you a gimlet,"
said a careworn looking man, as ho
Yvalked into an office the other day.
'We have no use for one,"' replied tho
"But yon should always look into the
misty future," went on the fiend de
murely. "This winter you will want to
make holes in your boot heels, so you can
get your skates on."
'I use clnb skates no straps re
quired." You may want to screw some boards
together some time. The old fashioned
method of driving the screws in with a
hammer is pernicious, as it deteriorates
the tenacity of the fangs of the screws,
as it were."
Nothing today, sir."
"The gimlet also acts as a corkscrew."
"I dou t want it."
"It may also le used as a tack ham
mer, a cigar hold'-r and also a tooth
brush." "I don't want it."
"It has an eraser, a pen, an inkstand,
a table for computing compound inter
est, and a lnuchhox attachment."
"I can't h.'lp it. I don't want it."
"I know you don't. You're one of
those mean men that won't buy a gin:
let unless it lias a restaurant, and a trip
to Europe, and an Italian opera- com
pany attached. You're the kind of a
man that would live near an electric
light to save a jcas bill." And tho ped
dler walked out with his head thrown
back and tuil feathers spread. Texas
J I! is l.ini' i ixilin;;.
I Anxious M .;ii-T Dear me! What is
l the matler:
Bride L.i -'no. '! My bus husband
doesn't 1 :iie as mm h as be did.
Anxious Mother Mercy on m! What
Bride When he went dow down
town this morning lie only (boo-hoo),
only kissed me seventeen times, lioo-hoo-hoo-hoo!
to od News.
A.la. Europe, Australia.
A foreign authority says that Asia means
morning or east: E irope, evening or west;
Australia means lying to the south. Hence
we may cousider that these names mean
Eastern Laud. Western Land and Southern
Ijind. Asia is a Greek word, Europe is
the Hebrew oreb, Australia is a Latin
word. The origin tf the word "Africa" is
uncertain. Some conjecture that it is a
Semitic wonl. me ining Land of Wan
derers. Bobbins refer to I'ay Paul.
Francis Ralielnis. who was born in 1483
and died in 15i3, first wrote, so far as is
known, the now fa uiliar words: "By rob
bing Peter he paid Paul and hoped to
catch larks ifcvertliebeavenssbould faU."
I!c Hatlut, It Seemed.
Dumley I've leen to see Miss Yere
at least two dozen times within the last
six weeks and have never succeeded in
finding her in.
Sharpleigh Well, I should think by
this time yon would have succeeded in
finding her out. Detroit Free Press
.irls Not Wanted.
Mother Why don't yon want to take
your little sister coasting with you?
Little Boy Girls isn't any good at
coasting. Every time they strikes the
bumper an pels thrown up in the air an
npset an run into they cries. Good
' f i-
"He has his grandmother's eyes and
it is grandpapa's nose.' Harper's Young
A little Oirl'a Expinence in a Lighthome.
Mr. and lrs. i.oren Trescoit are keep
ers of Hie aov lighthouse Ht Snnd Bench.
li h.. ud Hie biessi ith a d'Uliibter.
four jearg oid. Last Apiil she whs uken
down witn measles, followed wila a
drenftfu, congh and turning into a fever.
uoc'ora at hems und nt Detroit treited
h -r, but in vsin. she grew wore rnpidty,
ui til she whs a mere "hindfnl of bones."
Then she tried Dr. King's Xew Discovery
and after the use of wound a hiif bot-
ik'S was completely cuitd. Thev ssy
I;. King's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet jnn mv get a tri 1
bottle free at Harz & Cuunseu's drug
STitKNGTH A? D HEALTH.
If jotl are not feclins stronc nnd
hedthy, try Electric Bitter. If "La
Gri.p:;'' bns left yoi weak nd weury, use
i.ie:-no lif ters. iios remedy uca ill
rectly cn livr. stointch uliI kidneys.ten
l!y aiding ihnneori-ir.s o perform their
fnt!fttoii8. It you are t. filiated with sick
heftd ici e. ou ili rind siedy at d per
nihneriT r.-lief by taking Elecric Bitters.
():i:t tril will coDviniyt you thut this is
Hie remedy jou need. L-irgK bottles
only ,V"-, at Hurtz & Bbus. u's drug
IIPCKLKK'S A.HSICA SAM IS.
Vtn ties' pulve iu fiie worli! f.r cms.
brni-es, sores, ulcers. 8;t rheurn, fever
sr;.-s, tetter, ccppi-.u hand, chilblains.
c rus ana all skin uruptions, and posi
tively curi:s piles, or no pay required. It
b JMv-tnteed to give perfect, nfttfciactfon
o: rn ;:-.ey refunded. Piict 85 CA-nta pet
tnx. r;-.r wit. 'V H-.rtz & Bi.-nt-en.
I can recommend E j's Cream E dm to
all si.lTi-rcrs from drv catarrh from per
Bonsl experience. Michael herr, Puar-
I had catarrh of the heed and throat f.. r
five years. I used Ely's Cream B ltn.and
from the first application I was relieved.
The sense of smell, which had been lost
wus n stored after using one bottle. I
have found the Balm the only satisfactory
remedy for catarrh, and it has effected a
cure in my case. H. L. Mycr, Waverly,
What is more attractive man a pretty
accwi'h a fresr, bright comp'exionf Fo
t, use Pozz mi's Powder.
TTc Oficr Yuu a licmntfy
trhUh. Insures r'.'?- -
Xic tsfJZothcT ryv'
' KOTREB'S F:
Jiohs :5w!B ;.
1'aiUf Horror' :.!.'.'''.;.
Aft.TiiliiP'rr l-..!p.-r - ;a;t!er I'rt.-tiJ'" .
:1n 1 hui iet't. '-i'u..mii din :i:il vxyeri.-iicii ;ii:
w..ar.' :j iiii.-r'arl usu.-il in piici cfte.'. Jlia
ansi itai, Lauiur, Jau., Jim. 1 irli, 1.-31
S'nt v exrrs. charpfl prrpaid. or, rin'r of
pn.u.'. li) per hoi lit;. Ltoofc t. M-.Ut.'rsn-:iilt-.l rnjA
CK-tDl'SCLS Ki:Cil"iu.t.TCU CC.
60IJJ BY A1JL 1llUi-'1" "
60LD IT E&BTZ & BAEN6EN.
Will Cure any
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKE
$500 Reward for any
injurious aubatanc found
in thee Ctrtule.
Mann mfitnriH if not
as we sav. Sent postpaid
on receipt of price,
NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY CHEMIST.
Des Moines, Iowa.
For pale bv all drneciftt. Ilartz Jt Bahnpen.
MADE BY THE
ira "Treated with Carbonate of Soda, Magnesia,
Potash or Bicarbonate of Soda."
The use of chemicals can he readily
detected by the peculiar odor from newly
opened packages, and also from a glass
of water in Inch a small quantity of
chemically treated cocoa has been placed
and allowed to remain for several days.
For mnrr than One Hundred Tears
the hntine of Waller Jiaker Jt Co.
hare m.' their Coeoa Preparation
A It S ;t L V Ti: LY P VII E , wing AO
J'afcnf Frorrtn, Alkalies, or Jye.
V. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
The Leading Milliner,
ISS KATE BYRNES
Is rtceiving her Spring Goods
daily, and her 6tock is larger
and more replete than ever be
fore. Call and sae it before you
1709 Second Ave.,
Of Agent for the Staten Island dying ee
Ask your Drurciat for a
bottle of Bin U. The only
' nou-wisonauM remedv for all
' the unnatural discharges and
I private lic&tcs of men and tbo
I debilitating weants peculiar
to women, it cures in a lew
days without the aid or
ipuuurity of a O'v tor.
iiU I mrrznl A'- rr,i ".,,irt
a quick aao posirivi tuTr it
s.ANi.v vion mri im Jniv LeitMt
mc . I. II X U A t- D K H I LIT V IOKT
VITAS.ITV tutmwm. A Marirllom I
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moiine Wap Go.
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complete line ft Platform and other Sprire Wpnn, especially aaapten to the
Wertern trade, of enperior wnrkmanfhlD and finish. Illustrated Price List free on
applicaUon. See the MOL1X E WAGON before purchasing
WE ARE ALWAYS IV WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery waeons alwavs on th mail. Partita rlacirrtTia rt
avmg them stop at their residences, will nloase notify t.ri
saa? at our premises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
For CHOICE MEATS Go to
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly rilled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday eveninge from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
B P. REYNOLDS. Pres. T C. DENEXAKN. Vice-Pre.. i. M. BUFOKD, QihlM.
P. L. Kitchen. E P. Reynoldg, T. C. Denkmann. John Cmbanirh. H P Hull
Phil Mitchell, h. Blmon. B. W. Hurst, J. H. Baford.
Jacksob A Huasr, Solicitors.
t-Began bnsineP July 8. 18t0, axd ocenpy the sontheaet comer of H itcheU Lynde'. new
J. T. DJLXOJN
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 8ecocd Avenue
nriiiiM.t tr ....
Roses, Waban and IiH.raw. buth for 50c.
6 -tare Chrysantbemuins, each 50c. :
Choicp ;?rnniums, rarh i V KOO
wsma wru otutiu uffpel," I' art ft J ;c
x'otato AniPTuan Wonder." jer 30c
Tanv, Extra eiiuice, jaatteU.
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A nv nna nn . - I : .- .
woHn-lrou, a, before illTuu ' ' " ' "J"' 7" Wh 0tdm 81
VICK'S FLORAL GUIDEJ892.unJ
Pn nitresteo ra Plaaia Huwc-s crVcUi,.ca. abould have one Price on!,
may iic uetiucieu irom itrst order.
A packet of 40-lh. Onf FREE with PrrW -rn dr-irr-L.
11 PaTjt. S
i m isaasaeaagasagg; lasjaiM SB.ltii ni may., mm Mil I
in IT. t- - f 'A. rr IrAY li'Xr a: ,a
GEORGE SCILA.FEK, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth 8 tree - Opposite Harper's Tneatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
ree Lunr.h Every Day
Sandvncties Furnished os Short Notine
Proprietor of Lhe.Brady Street
Ad kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on band.
Greau Houses Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, tbe largest in la. B0i Brady Street, Davt.nport.Iova.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Qents' Fine Shoes specialty. Bepairlsf done neatly and promptly .
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Atenue, Rok 11 and, EL
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