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I ii' . fruit ana ornamental trees.
if - - ! . ' mtitit PAY.
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.'n-ivcc.-mtrol of our bu-in and P
Wa and suh-acrent- In every cu, in this
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TTwirkerg everywhere for -BHKPP'S
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V L, Ad lr. -. .;;"'' Bible Publishing
' n itiu! reel. Phil .delphia. Pa.
.--..i.vpv it law Office with J. T. Ken
(iwv'hy, l'i'i Second Avenue.
JACKSON i HCKST,
..,..-r.u IT I VL' fftt In Pncb frtlfMld
A N-.': r-'iiBaiik BniMinV, Hort Island. Til.
SWLESEY & W ALKER,
-r .r.vr'va vr rvirv.ilcI.l.nRS AT LAW
A'lfl ' in Bensrstntt's Mook. Ko-W Msnd. 1.1.
1. EMRY & HcENHir,
. TT'iRN'EVS AT LAW Loan money on eood
- irrv, make collections, HbIwpici.WI'.cIi
. .t LvtIo. bsnkefB. Offloe in Po'tofBce block.
;it - AuB EVB'tV KVENINO at Cramjiton't
6Stind. Five cents per copy.
Xi ; inuftlon with s general practise, niake a
p.'.'i ilrv of ti:. !!.! of womfn
Residence, li."' 'C"nd Ave. H x'k Island.
OiHce. cor S. c nd Ave. and Fifteenth ftreet.
ll'.uiri: ! to li .i. m. n i 1 to 5 p. in.
T-l.'i'lmi.e No. l'JOO.
E, M, SALA, M. D,
ii:I,e ov.r Krell A Math's Retaurant.
In rtii't .it ii'l houT.
rSiM-.-il OtVice iloiirs: .' to 11 a. in., to 4
i :;.? p. it.
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DB. J, E, HAWTHORfiE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the lcw
N-j.lT.C Second avenne. over Krell t Math's.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
T in-, and euperintenlonce for all class of
f. "im 53 and ."i3, Mitchell Lyndc building
DRS. B1CKEL & SCHOEMAKER
ll.iciidl & Lynde'a Block, Rooms 2d -31.
R. M. PEARCE.
K ' is ?,; in Mitchell A Lynde'a new "block.
fi LAUNDRY SOAP, PURE AND SANITARY.
General Household Use.
Leave Your Orders for
''mt Eleventh treet nd Tenth.avenne.
' i.ue No. 1J2Q.
H. F. LAMP Manager.
SI'ri CURE lor SEMINM. NERVOUS
" URINAR7 TROUBLES YOU HO,
WiDaiE-AOfD ! Oil MEN. NO
-v) SinMACH trfflJICATltm, HU URGIR
.t TAINTT OR BISAPPOINTMkNT.fcutpoiW
' If My frlilTr wort ID J4 DOtllT
tr- , ."rianrnt i rre in K"1t. L5 da,"
- tnil tij return mit frr 1. r-r-Qlr fiM.
So, , . , THE PERU DRUG CO..
' tn -forth 17 8 4 8P Wi T.. mm WAUIEI WW
w Unison a Reliable Kemedy. Kamous every
d.'.'SB the ldie at safe, prompt and
tl.. i original womnfi talvation. Price
n.r v W "ied; information free. Addrea.
t Mel.cal C'j.. Boston, Mass.J
ONE OF HIATT'S STORSES.
Chic mid (iritrrful Toilets Worn at Italic
anil Other I venini; l'ntertainiuentt.
Evenini; roiviis for youiii; Indies are very I
chic and lifl t. The Komi shown in tlie
cut is n exceeditiKly cmceful one in rose1
bengal ine, trimmed with pold and silver
rmliroi.lery, f ml embroidered lisse in gold i
and colors. .V deep uold and silver frinjre j
eIges the has jue. Another chnrming even- .
infj dress s-ei nently is of yellow SRtin, J
veiled with silk net of the same shade, re- I
lieved with touches of pale blue. By the
by, a new fabric that is being used with
success on i m ported gowns is a fi ne net,
covered wit! floral designs formed of
sequins and p earls.
'V 1 -
A c.:.v r:rri. i vi:v.n.; nnr
tulle for ball smv;:
toilets displa;- tm'l
rimior is f Ikh iti nb.
I here is to be i rev:
VIII times. sn .
style has beet to t .
roliars for t te p;i-'
media-val gi. lies, i:
just goiiisout of f.i;.
.rs ;;re employing
. and some of tli.se
f crape on t iille. A
it to the eiTect that
I of tliedressof Henry
' ter of fact the Tudor
fore in sleeves and
year or two. The
r a long season, are
This Ilu; tn Klouse.
There are two or t . ve different kinds of
Russian hiou-es. true Russian dress
has a long In lted I.i mse extending four
teen to eight en inches below the waist
line, made wi h a shallow yoke and close
sleeves that have deep full caps at the
top. This 1 as been made during the
winter of c'.oth with a round yoke and
close sleeves t f velvet, or else of clot h cov
ered with braiding. Spring woolens made
in the same wiy will be trimmed with ben
galine or mo. re instead of velvet. The
lining is fitttd by darts. The outer ma
terial is gathered on full below the yoke,
with or without side forms, and is again
gathered at tl c waist line under the belt.
It is usually f istened invisibly on the left
side, but may be hooked down the front.
The yoke is round, pointed, or square
across, as the wearer chooses, bnt must
not be deeper han half way down the arm
holes. The fur border used on winter
gowns will now be replaced by mossy
ruches of silk, or l y feather trimming, or
else by box plo ited niches of ribbon. Small
figured brocat esw M also be stylish for the
yoke, belt and border at the lower edge of
Thin grenadines, crepons and light silks
are made in Russian fashion, with a yoke
of two or thret horizontal pufTs of the ma
terial separattd by shirring or by narrow
jet passementerie. A frill of the material
is sometimes added to the end of the yoke.
There is a n.
name. It was
the English h
ful, sprightly .
ment that its
steps, short., qi
but the gavott
New In llonn.l Dances.
w dance, and lolanthe is its
invented and introduced for
liday parties, and so praee
md exhilarating is its move
idmirers talk about its su
valtz. It has long, gliding
lick steps, all sorts of steps,
e step seems to be the pre-
Mallierry Terkln V:util That t'arpct
Tbe late Colonel Donn Piatt, lawyer,
diplomat, soldier, journalist and au
thor, used to tell some very amusing
stories. One was aTxiut a certain bearer
of dispatches when lie, as secretary of
our legation at Paris during Pierce's ad
ministration, was acting as charge d'af
faires in tlie absence of the minister,
John Y. Mason, of Virginia. This bearer
of dispatches was an old fellow who re
joiced in the name of Mulberry Perkins,
end hailed from Cincinnati, Donn's na
tive town. Perkins, who spoke only his
native tongue, wanted to make the tour
of Europe, and proposed to hire a courier
at Paris to go with him as guide and in
terpreter. Donn dissuaded him from this, assur
ing him that wealthy travelers no long
er employed couriers. Instead, Donn
accredited him as bearer of dispatches
to all the courts of Europe under the
name and title of General Mulberry
Perkins. lie then instructed him to
buy a sword and strap it to his trunk,
and told him if he got into difficulty to
exhibit his passport, and if that didn't
relieve him to draw his sword and slash
away. The old fellow did as Piatt told
him. Some months after this John Van
Buren, who had been traveling on the
'ontinent with his father, the ex-president,
appeared in Paris. Sitting in the
legation one day he suddenly broke out
"I say, Tiatt, who is General Mnlber-
rv P,.rl.-ow0 I n"r find tiv finch name
! - 1 T- . .t
iu ine Ami iicgisier.
"Of course not," said Tiatt. "lie's a
general steamboat agent. Why:"
"Well," responded Joan Van Buren,
"he's a queer old customer. The tirst
day I ever saw him father and 1 were
staving at a hotel in Switzerland, when
a diligence drove tip and an old fellow
got out, and coming around on the side
walk snug out to the guard on top:
" 'Donin'z moi my carpet sack!'
"No attention was paid to him, and
l:o sang out again:
" 'Doniioz moi my carpet sack. Hang
you, don't you know your own lan
guage';' "The guard on top of the diligence
recognized the oath as English, and so
he threw down all the luggage he had
which looked English, a couple of trunks
hitting General Mulberry Perkins in
their earthward flight. Tlie old fellow
hurried into the hotel, and looking over
the people iu the room picked out my
father (Martin Van Barcn), and going
up to him said abruptly:
" "Do you speak English?'
" 'Yes, sir,' replied the old gentleman.
" 'Do yon speak French?'
" 'Yes": a little.'
" 'Well, come out here with me. 1
want yon to get down my carpet sack.
I can't make those fools understand me.'
"The old gentleman good naturedly
i assented and acted as interpreter until
I the carpet sack was secured." St. Louis
More Autocratic Than a King.
"I'd like to be a king for awhile," said
I ono of the boys as he became tired of
"What for?' asked his companion.
"Oh, jest so's 1 could boss people
around and bo bigger'n any one."
"Ho! I'd rather be president," re
turned the second boy with a burst of
patriotism. "lie s bigger n a king."
"No," said the first boy, with a shake
of his head. "He gets liossed hisself too
much. He has to knuckle under to lots
of fellers. I'd ruther be a king, an when
any one wanted to see me 1 could le
sort of high and airv and tell 'em to wait
in the other room till 1 finished my
smoke. Wouldn't it be bully to keep
the president of a railroad or an alder
I man outside swearin an kickin his heels
together, know-in that ho dassen't do
anything but look pleasant when you
told him to come in.
"That would be pretty bully," admit
ted the second. "But if I was goin to
le a big gun that way I wouldn't be a
'What would you he':"
"I'd be a doctor, an keep Vm waitin
longer n any king, and make 'em look
pleasant when they paid me five dollars
for the fun of waitin an seein nie look
wise." Chicago Tribune.
Tl E SEW LANCK.
The assuraut e is given by high authori
ty that skirt dancing is becoming more
and more the r ige; many society ladies are
classed among the pupils to whom it is be
ing taught. I j is also told that the Old
World fashion cif kissing hands is coming
in rogue again in polite society.
Faahions in Spring Coats.
It becomes more and more difficult to
keep pace with the fashions. New spring
models in English coats are entirely unlike
those that are being worn now in shape
and iu length. They are much longer,
and most of thi ni are made with a plait at
tbe back. The covert coat that is so fash
ionable for driving is a very "horsey" gar
ment. It is exactly like a man's coat, even
to the pockets, and is sometimes set off by
a velvet collar. One of the handsomest of
the spring coats is of black velvet lined
with green sil and trimmed with green
Jet. It has a plait at the back, big sleeves
and a frill at tbe neck. It is foretold that
beautiful metal clasps will be an impor
tant feature in the new mantles.
Favorite Silk for Evening Wear.
Silks in great favor for eveuing wear are
the striped im ire antiques. The silk is
usually white or light and in delicate
moire effects, und is striped with one or
more colors. Jiainbow stripes of many
tints are very elieetive. The favorite trim
ming for gowns made of these materials is
gauze or musl n of the color seen in the
bright stripes oT the material. The waist
is sometimes T lade entirely of muslin or
gauze in a plain color, and the skirt cut
entirely on the .tross and edged with ruffles
or frills. A handsome jeweled or jetted
corslet and the jbiqtiitous bowat the back
finish the gay gowns these silks are de
rtidn't Foot l"p Right.
"Now, Mary, hang out the clothes so
that the neighbors will see the best of
them." said Mrs. S ; "we're new peo
ple here, and must put the best foot
"All right, inum," said Mary, 'Til
put all the ruffled things on the outside
to make a show, an I'm thinkiu if vo
want to be puttin the best foot foremost
I won't hang out a stockin at all, seeing
some nre faded like, an some are holev."
"That's a good girl," said Mrs. S
approvingly; "there's nothing like mak
ing a good impression at first. It'll work
like a charm."
It did. The neighbors studied the
clothesline and discovered early a pecul
iarity in the genealogical tree of the
"Would you iM'licve it?" they cried,
holding tip their hands in holy horror,
"they've luvd three washings out since
they came there, all frills and furbe
lows, and not a pair of socks or stock
ings to their name not one!" Detroit
The Hunger, of Traveling.
Interior of English railway coach:
remale Oh, horrors! I'm alone in this
compartment, and there's a mouse on the
other seat! Harper's Bazar.
What are Krause's Headache Capsules?
T be nriet will tell son tbey are unlike
noythitii; prepared in Americt A few
years since an acquaiotance who for years
haa been a headache sullirer. unui nis
system had been ruined, was tdviotd lo
to to tbe Carlsbad Springs, uerm ny. to
try the ( ffects of the water. While tbe
iters we'p pp'ren'ly h benefit, still
they re nor r -.re 'v-i!e ;t -hf- "prir-gs
l e beard a great deal about lue court
physician, Dr. Krau-e, who aUewards
bectme furjiouft the world ovtr owing to
the Mackenzie controversy during and
after the Inst illness of emperor Vitliam.
lie consulted Kruse in reghrd tn his
hraceche, and to quote Ihe doctors words:
"Here is a prescription which if taken
as I direct, will prevent or stop any kind
of headache, no matter what the cause.
You will find the frequency of the at
tacks will diminish and by taking the
capsules when you feel the approach of a
nearidche you will never hive another.
1 be patient was practically cured and
with bis permission I prepare, and sell
what I have seen fit to call Krause's
Headache Capsules t headache victim.
For sale by all drueeists IIrz & Bbn-
seo, wholesale druegMt.
Th:Re WArda r V.-rw furrvliur tt nnr
renders, as not a day passes without the
report of the sudden death of some prom
inent citizen. Tne explanation is
'Heart Disease " Therefore beware if
ou have anv of the following svmotoms:
Short breatb. pain in side, smothering
ipells. swollen ankles, asthmatic breath
ne, weak and hungry spell, tenderness
n Rhon'J. r er arm fbitrcrirwr nf .Ka
heart or iireguiar pule. These eym
totns tnenn heart disease. The most re
liable remedy is Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure, which has saved thousands of lives
Book of testimonials free at Hartz it
Bh nstn's, who ulso sell the New Heart
What is more attractive than a pretty
ace with afresh.hrip-htcomnlexion? Fo-
t. use Poi znni's Powder
h PIUS. w"aiiy
4s? I iU.5K33
PicV Headache p.nd relievo all tb tronblefl tacJ
e?out to a hilious etatoot the system, such 3
Iizzinewi, Nause&, Jlrowsinesa. Distress alter
rr.ui,, l'aiu in the Side, tea. Whilj tbj mujiS
ZuiukaWe bucccms has been shown iu curkig
HeailacLe, yt Carter's Littlo Uvnr TiTIs :-
ei'ir.l'.y vnluaHoin Constipation. cunnRBudpro
eatiiie tliiaanncyinceomplaint, while they alfia
correct all disorder?, of thentomachtiiuulate t bo
Jiver and regulate the bowels. Even if they oaiv
Suffer fr6rathiBditresingconiplaint; but foi to
tally tucireoodnese doea no.end hero'j.l those
Trhooncetry them will find tneso little pilla valu
able In so many ways that Uiey will not bo wi!
Jiog to do without them. Bnt after allaickheai
fja the bane of bo many Hvos that here Is whera
we make our great boast. Our pilla cure it while
Others do not.
Carter". Little liver PiTIa are very Frnall ana
very easy to take. One or two pills nickoa dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do no uripe or
punie, but by their (rentio action please all who
rjsethem. Iuviaisat25centa: liveforjl. QgH
fcy druggists every whera, or sent by mail.
CARTER KEOJCfNE CO., New York.
SMALL Pill. SMALL DOSE. SMALL FRiCS
v li . ;..T?
v 5. Ask your I'mex:
si lor a a
w. The only J
remedv for all m
boitla of liia
' nou poisontjus
the tiiiuiitiirul diM liorees and
pnvii'e.usea.s. s oi men and tho
.ti!:tatmg veekiies.s peculiar
to women. Jt cures in a few
i davs without the aid or
ipuldlcitv of a rlo Mr.
School Books, Toys and Candy,
Tablets and Stationery.
A full l'.ne of frefh
Cigars and Tobacco
Always on band,
W. TREFZ & CO.,
2223 Fourth Ave.
Who desire a (rood business position In the World's
Fair city should write at once for prospectus of tbe
Amoua Metropolitan Buslnem College, Chicago.
Tinunual far! I Itlei for placing frradnalea. Established
Jt years. Occupies mown building. Address,
O. M. POW EES. Frlnclpal.
Irtqrra r iritiiaiti trnn)iiaivit.- b the ikiD. R
rrjoTot f implpit, ftwktf atxl lirrtnrntinns. For
sal by il iirc-rl tlmtrtrT-t or majlel (or M eta.
PIAN0S,0RGAKS, VIOLINS & GUITARS
Pent anywhere on 10 dsys
trial. Freight paid both wavs
tend for catalog A price list
TH0MPS0K MUSIC CO.
rtl Wabai-h Ave, CHICAEt.
N . B. -Sen ft fie to na y postage
and we will .end 2 piecesof
late music FREE and our lame
catalog f sheet afunlc aod
liooka with eut rates.
THE MOLINE "WAGON,
Moi ine, III.
The Moline Wagon Co.
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line af Platform and other Spring Wasrons, etpeciaily aaaptea to the
W'etitern trade, cf superior workmenshlp snd finifh. Illustrated Price List free on
application. See the MOLINK WA&UN before pnrchasiug.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN ir WITH
THK FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In tlie city.
Delivery wagons always on tin road. Parties desirous of
having them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our premises.
MUNRCE, DeHUE & ANDERSON.
For CHOICE MEATS Go tc . .
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly diled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
rSCORPOUATBD UNDER THB STATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from a. m. to 4 p m., and Saturday evenings from T to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. REYNOLDS. Pres. F C. DKNEMANH. Vlce-Pre. i. U. BCTORD, Cashl.t.
P. L. Mitchell, R P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crob.mgh. H. P. HalL
Phil Mitch. 11, L. Simon, K. W. Hnret, J. M. Baford.
Jacksoh A Hubst, Solicitors.
IS-Bcgan bnsiccss July 8. 1SS. ar,d occnt.y the southeast comer of M itchcll & Lynde'i new
J. X. U1XOJN
And Dealer in Mens' Fine V
1706 Secood Ave mt
"Brilliant'' r.irry. i.a kct 1 .-Sc.
Ke, WbaTi and Im,r, lK)th for 30c.
6 Jtare Chrysanthemums, each 50c, t
fi Oinire .craninnis. earh 'j5r. t set I !H
v..ni iruiaeu UKpel." packet l.c.
Garden lVa Charmer," packet 1 ,V
Potato - American Wonder," per lb.. 30c
I'anpies. our superb strain, look almost
human pa ket . 541,..
Pan.y, Ellra eboice, p'-lrt V jc
Any one nut new a n!scriter can have Virir' m..tx. r . , , -
worth from us before May oruOTi
VJCK'S FLORAL GUIDE, 1892. -Ln
Person interested in 1 lai.u. 1 lowers or ' esjeuoies, should have one. Price onl
v-.v, viiit- mty lc ucnuLiea irom nrsi orticr.
A packet of 40-Ib. Ont FREF. with mch nr!rr when drIs1.
.1 .,1 I....,
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth Stree - Opposite Harper'. Theatre. -
The choicest Wines. Liquors. Beer and dears, always on Hand
free Loach Bvery Day
Sandwiches Furnished ea Short KotSrat
Proprietor of theBrady Street
Ail kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Honses Flower Store-
One block north of Central Park, the largest In la. 801 Brady Street, Daren port, Iowa.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
-BOOTS AND SHOES-
Gente' Fine 8hoes eepecialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly.
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1818 Second Avenue, Roek Island, DL