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THJS AliGUa. THURSDAY, MAKCII. i i , L89;
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TTtTTtw;!. ORDERS. No dcMvetlnc or
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- ""Tr. "a few irood salesmen to take orders
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0 '", P universal demand, and t ay a net
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w",Vp . vTVwlicr.- for SIIBPP'S
Af,',r .'.'t H of the WIRLIt": produced
r " i,aiiifi; tremendous success : Mr.
t.'''.i..l.i' V'.-r. I"d, cared (MO In 4
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M,"i no'ti illiitra'ed circulars and term
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. v i, ir--4. (;iihe Bible Publishing
, i , ' 4-r. ;. Phil idelphta, Pa.
J. M. I'.K AaDSLEY,
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Iwortiiv. K 'C"Eu Aveniw.
JU SisOS A; HCKST,
. TTiiHSfVS T LAW. Office In Rock Island
'As.;:mV lmsBi.iMi. Hock Island. 111.
0. L. WALK IB
iTTWEV:" AVI) COUNSELLORS AT LAW
'' Ben.rf on' .dock. Rock Island. 111.
,EMRV t HcEMRr,
iT'OHNEY!" AT LAW Loan coney on good
V ca- y, imj coPect'ons, Keferenci, Mitch
i L7ii'V "wi-'" Office In Pomofbce Mock
THE DAILY AIU.ES.
f)h ALK EVEWV E VKJJING at Crampton'i
i $:r.4. Five rent per copy.
J. r. illESS, M D.,
iciaii axd Sureeon
win a coneral practice, makes a
4P--i'tv nr ii'm-ases oi women.
Ft. 4 1-iv. It-.' S cntid Ave. K'HSk Island.
0;-r .': : 1 Ave- and Fifteenth etrecu
ll. iirs- 0 to IS a. tn. nd 3 to 5 p. m.
T!e;!ione No. 1200.
E. M. SALA, M. D.
Hi'.U'C r Krel": A M.uh's Restaurant.
Ir. i ffi 'i' lit all hours.
pr;. .-u; Ofii:e IIo!ir.: Stolla.m., 2 to 4
r, J, E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain bv the new
No.'.T:1; Second nvenne. over Krell it Math's.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR,
!'un and '.ipeTintnicnee for all claea of
R"ia M and 55, MifheM ,t Lynde building
Mitchell &. Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-31.
R, M, PtflRCE,
Kv.oi ", in M:tcHeII Jk Lyndc'e aew;block.
A LAUNDRY SOAP, PURE AND SANITARY.
Bsngra! Household Use.
Leave Your Orders for
( ,iMr Eleventh street nd Tcnth.avenne.
hunc No. 1220.
H. P. LAMP Manager.
: I't'n'.tnKlwaaiKldlM-otomtinn Km
In J'y ''r't-idrulnn-ta oriAuUivti for aO cu
a..;t,?n"' ladies ss safe, prombt and
H an. hi. ,e ri'nan()mii, taltation. Price
A SELF MADE MAN.
(font nuidfrom SttonU jmge)
ana rney KKiie, timinuia, utte tn me pic
ture books, an rivere twice as big as
this hikI v:ilk about on the paddlo
shoes. Look! I've got a iic-trire of
them Mr. St.'wart drew uie." And he
produced a rough hketch and exhibited
it with raptnre. "Oh, miuinn.i. it most
be lovely to live where it's awful cold!
Wouldn't yon like to go?"
"Go where?" asked Mary, smiling.
Then Ran, the act-mate, took up the
tale. "It's N. v Brunswick." he said. "1
said it over t myself lots of times and
1 remember it quite right, because of
the stew with loads of pepper in it that
Aunt Neelie ikes. And tlec, Mr. Stew
art didn't hny 'twas winter there all the
time. Don't you know he told us about
the flowers it the woods and going after
berries with his sisters? That couldn't
be if there was snow all the time."
That's so, " acquiesced Hector, yield
ing the point "but I didn't mind abo-.it
the flowers. 1 can get them here, and I
should so lov ; to walk on paddles."
Mrs. Bever ey herself was very favor
ably impressed when, the following
evening, Ne I Anthony brought Lis
friend to call a little proud of him and
vain of the intimacy, and anxious to
show her thar he had friends of his own
making who could bear comparison with
any in the ia id fur birth and breeding.
He sat very complacently and listened
to their convi rsation. putting in a word
or so now and then, for ho was no great
talker, and needed to be sjiecially roused
and drawn o it. lie wanted these two
to like each i ther, and he seemed in a
fair way of having his wish gratified,
for Stewart a id Mrs. Devcrley had many
things in common.
Dan's suni-incss of temperament and
vivacity, whi di was free and yet sug
gested reserves of graciou-. r ; . were
captivating to the woman who li.jd had
so much of n.oods and storms and sense
less domes upheavals, no was charm
ing and sympathetic, and did not ex
haust her b demands and exactions
that kept her at high pressure. There
was no necessity of partisanship, even
in her own mind, or of self reproach or
self arraignm in t in regard to him. She
could like him wi: ::..ut reservation, and
enjoy his society
kuowing that he
nld never grate on
her in any w.ty, or i tr or make a dis
cord. Henndersto .dat once a sugges
tion, a wonl, almoi :l thought, and was
YVliat impression --iiemadeon Stewart
shall lie given in his own words to his
friend us they took their way homo to
gether in the moonlight after the Erst
' What do ou think of her?" Anthony
asked, lowering his lids and speaking
"That she's altogether the most charm
ing woman 1 iiave met for many years,"
replied Dan heartily. "She's intelli
gent, cultiva'ed, sympathetic and has
the loveliest r.ianners 1 have ever seen.
If she is i. f:.ir sample of an F. F. V.,
and not a nob e exception, I doff my hat
and say, God jrant that the race never
becomes extinct. Ned, is she 'little
Maryi I thought vou said Mrs. Bever
ley." A shade cr sed Anthony's face, for
he regretted t 10 oM dream stilL - "Lit
tle Mary lies tl: - " ho said, pointing
toward the da rk cellars standing clear
and black a-ain.-t the moonlit sky.
"Yon heard n e rig'; it. That is Hector's
Dan laid his hand quickly on his
friend's broad shoulder. Snch demon
strations wen- habitual with him, and
never seemed effusive or womanish. He
was sony for ;he sad ending of a sweet,
romantic drc;.m, grieved for tho pain
Anthony must have felt in its dissolu
tion, yet even now in his heart there
was satisfaction in the knowledge that
the lady from whom they had just part
ed was in no ,vay connected with that
dream, and was simply Hector's
He throw 1 imself into the project of
the new hous with enthusiasm, cri' -all-
examine 1 the site proposed. ''!;
in all its capabilities and even i?sj .-:.i-bilities
and stt himself to v.ov!-: at once
011 plans and estimates.
He saw a gioddealof Mrs. I' eilev
iiiid fell quite uaturally int - Anthony's
way of frequenting her house. They
would take th ;ir plans over in the even
ings and sprend them out 011 her parlor
tabic and dis russ them and argue over
them, for Anthony had a good many no
tions which ho was disposed to set tip in
opposition to lis friend's views. When
differences of opinion aroso both men
would appeal to her and Mary, unless
the case involved a flagrant breach of
taste, always decided in Anthony's fa
vor because the liked him the less and
wished to bnlunce matters.
When she was forced to dissent from
him sho would do so very gently, ex
plaining her grounds of difference
courteously and making quite sure that
he understood her. With Dan she took
no snch pains, contradicting him often
for the mere pleasure of matching her
wit with his, and provoking merry argu
ments in whic'i she held her own with
skill and had trouble enough in securing
a victory to enjoy it. Even when, as
sometimes harpened, defeat became her
portion, she ct joyed that too, for her ad
versary's mode of triumph never grated
on her, and his society was a stimulus
In their merry talks and wrangles
Anthony took keen interest in bis way,
listening and j.pplaudiug loudly when it
seemed to him that Mrs. Beverley had
scored a point It did not occur to him
to be jealous. He -was always present
at their interviews, and could see their
growing friendlitiess, but attached no
importance to it He had come to re
gard Mrs. Beverley as in some sort a pos
session of his own, and being unversed
in women wm confident that she liked
him the better because she 6howed him
the more consideration. Wno was so
fit to marry her as he? Who could af
ford her so many indulgences, and give
her her own way in all her whims,
and everything she wanted? Not Dan,
certainly, for Dan was poor. x
The week after Miss Cornelia's tm
restnons retre it, two yonnj cousins of
i'.ector ueverioys amvei trorn xvicu
mona at the old homestead, with big
Saratoga trunks and the aiitiouncement
J that they hail come to juiy a good long
"When the word went round that
Annt Neelie had invested Richmond, a
perfect panic seized us," quoth Ella
Henderson, the younger of tho two
girls. "Father beat his breast and tore
his beard all the way down to his office
and wept copiously when he got there.
I have it from the best authority, for
Charlie Warwick was in to see him in
the course of the morning and says that
the dear old gentleman was so unnerved
that ho couldn't attend to business.
Mother is, unfortunately, Aunt Neelie's
favorite sister, so we are to have the
major portion of lier visit. She is at
Cousin Janie Carrington's now, but she's
coming to us next week. Mother went
to see her the morning after she arrived
and returned with the fatal intelligence.
Then I looked over at Kan and she looked
back at me, and by common impulse we
decided to refugee at once."
Mary had ushered her guests into a
cool, shaded chamber, and was helping
them to make themselves at home. The
girls chattered gayly as they removed
their dust- traveling dresses, and Mary
listened much amused. She could gauge
their consternation at their nnloved rel
ative's advent by her own joy in her de
parture. She was very fond of these
two bright and pretty cousins and glad
to have them with her. Indeed, if they
had not come of their own accord she
would have summoned them. She had
come to a crisis in her affairs when she
longed for the support and refuge of the
presence of other women.
Nan's pretty dark face was down in
cool water in the big old fashioned bowl,
but she managed to remark between the
dips: "We are going to stay until yon
send for the sheriff, Mary: so 1 thought
it was just as well to tell Charlie he
might follow later ou. It's horribly
stuff- in town and I've ordered him to
liny Aunt Neelie lots of attention in my
stead." With a smothered laugh that
gurgled in the water: "1 wish you could
have seen the gloom of his countenance;
the Dane was a fool to him; melancholy
distilled from every pore. He'll do it,
though, because he really is a good
hearted fellow. I hope you won't mind
his coming: he isn't a bit troublesome
and he'll need recuperation."
! Mrs. Beverley assured her that she
did not mind it in the least, and that the
fiance would bo most welcome. Then
she turned smilingly to Ella and offered
hospitality to her friends as well. But
that young lady airily waved tho offer
aside. She was in the enviable position
of caring for nobody and being the ob
' ject of nobody's care, she said, and in
tended to loaf and wear out her old
' clothes and enjoy herself in delicious,
untrammeled solitude. To secure this
end she had, even amid the demoraliza
, tiou of their flight, retained sufficient
presence of mind to quarrel with every
man sue knew, bue was not going to
let such distilling elements as men
spoil her rustication.
"There isn't much of that to dread np
here," 6he added, laughing.
An idea dawned on Mary which sent
a light of laughter into her eyes and
caused a hidden dimple to play hide and
seek in her smooth pale cheek. But
1 when Nan asked for an explanation of
her amusement she refused to give it.
I to be continued.
E!ck Headache end reHovoall tbe troubles lacf
dent to a bilious Rtate of tho cyfltom, such aa
1izlaess, Kausrc., Irowsiaor, IMntresa after
rr.tiny. l'aiu iu the Kidd, ic While thti:-7liioa&
rcsaikat-Le success has be jn ehown iu curing
2Xcn3aclio, yt Carter's Little LIvrt Pffla ara
equally valualiloin Constipation, curing aud pro
Yciituig tLitHannoyinpcomplaiiit, while tliyal?9
liver and regulato the bowela. Even l tiiey only
eulVer from this distressing complaint; butfortu
Jiatoly t hr.ir:xidnebf does no,oul iicre,and thoeo
Trho euro try tbcmrill find tneao littlo pills valu
cle in onidi.y vrays that they will not be wi!
iilig to do wiiiiout thcin. But after aliaick beac
fli? thebaic of so many lives that herelsvbm
We make our great boast. Our piUscureit wltilo
other do not.
Carter1, little Hirer Pnis are very small and
wery easy to take. Oneortwopillamtkea-doso.
tThf-y are strictly vegetable and do no gripe or
purp. but by their gentle action please all who
usethem. 2uvalaat25ronts; iivefor$L. Sold
by druggists overywitero, or seat by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York.
SMALL Pill. SMALL DOSF. SMALL PRICE
-ALL KINDS Or-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing ai. kinds
of Stoves with Castings at 8 cents
A MACHINE SHOP
is been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done Ant-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING- BROS.. Propts.
out JV VWji 5o I T V hWr a
lUtrCAT ON. Baa UK. tstsB.ata.
swustfSj. ts.rtss. a
will be paid for a recipe cr.nblir.
us to make Wolff's Acmf lit acv. -ING
at such a price that the ret ina
can profitably sell it at ioc.abottV
At present the retail price is r. v
This off-r i open until January ist.. xSc3
particulars address the un'Jt.;iiiv.'.
Acme Blacking is mr.de of pi r; r'cd .
other liquid dre;s.iii!js r.vc role tf v.-tr
Water costs nothing. AUv-U.I j iu t.-. f
cna show us how tj m it w it!: cut do.!
so that wecan make At v,i-.l! v kin:;:. , ..
as water dressing, or ; i:t it ia fancy
acs like many of the wat. "T !rs?ii . :. .
liien charge for the cr.tUe r.pper.n n-.c
stead of charging for the contents c; n.t
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Fhiladclrfr..:..
it the name of a paint of which a 25c. bottle
is enough to make six scratched r.ml dulled
cherry chairs look like newly fni-hetl 1:1a
hoganies. It will do many other remarkable
'tings which no other paint can do.
All retailers sell it.
A. 0. HUESiNG.
Represents, among other time-tried and wel
mown Fire Insurance Companies he following :
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
WescheHer Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
Bafialo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. a".
Citiiens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Son Fire Office. London.
Cnion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Hivtn, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oi.. Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor, 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low ss sny reliable company can afford
Your Patronage i-" solicited.
Live Stock Insurance
C SIC AGO, ILL.
Insures live stock against death from accident
or disease. For rates apply to
ED. L1EBERKXECQT. Acent.
1713 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Kot'ce is hereby given thit on Tuesday, the fifth
day of Adril.lSW in the city of Ro?k Isluni, an
election will be held for the following officers,
One Alderman in Hie First Ward for two
One Alderman in the Second Ward fjr two
Alilerman in the Tuird ard fjr two
One Alderman in H13 Fourth Ward cr wo
One Aldsrmau in the Fifth Ward for two
one Aldciman in the Sixth Ward for two
One Alderman iu the Sixth Ward for one year
to fill vacancy .
One Alderman iu the Seventh Ward for two
Obi- AUVrman in the Seventh Ward for one
year to fill vacancy.
One SnpcrvNnr for two yea-.
Two Assistant Supervisors for two years.
One Asse-sir for one year.
One Collector for one "year
Which election will be open at 7 o'rlock in the
morning au-t romvnue op. n unlil 5 o'clock in the
nfternoi n of that dav.
Places of re i ration End v-tin po'.ls will be a
Kirs: W-ira t'r.inklin llo'c Ilonse.
Second Wa-u Phoenix Uoe House.
Ihir.i Ward Old Wideawake Ilose House,
Fourth Ward '"Imirk's Livery Stable,
Fifth Ward-Fifth Ward Hose House.
Sixth Ward table Hose House.
Seventh Ward Gilpin Hose House.
City and Towu Clerk.
Rock Island. 111., March 1 lsiii
Horst von Koeckritz,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-TMrd St.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Jt Whr ryblrfe to quack, when the bets
0 medical treatment can be had for reason
N 3 able pnt-esof The Hero Chemical Co.. pr
S f I Pared from the irescripuns of Dr. W Ul
4 'amsphyslcianf world-wide repute i
if WflllNC UCllsunerlniJ from Seminal
IT- mSf lUOnO MbHaad Nervous Uebkllty
Ixws of Memory, Daepondeney, etc
f rum early tadlaerettonaor otbr ca lines; also
liinnl P.lCFfl UPII wbo experience B weakness
tlUULL'nDLII BlLfl tnadvauceot tbclryeans Kid
ney and Bladder troubles, etc. will And our Metbud
of Treatment a Safe, Certain and Speedy t'L' KK.
Cmillll DICTtllCC Eiperlenee proves that In
dLniflAL IMOIILLLO, temal medkctnen mkm, will
whohaaitie special attention to tbess
diaeaes firt- many years, prescribes Semi
nal Pastilles which act directly upon tbe
diseased orpaiin, fiml restore vlitjr bettet
than Stomach siedtrines. as thev are mH
ch anired b y the gastric i uiee and req in re ao
change of dietorinterrupUonin business
UflUC TDCITUCIIT i"ekai?! la.thm
nUIRC InLAIMLNI fromliiUtltUdays
eusunft from Si.0iltufU.O0. used witii ua
Williams' private practice. Give them a trial.
PCPIFIP II n 01 fortbeKldneysandBladd.wenTei
0IUIIIIW BU.0I recent cases In one to frmrdsrs.
UTERINE EUTRCPH1C 1'
Call or write for Catalogue mjul IniucniAlMA bec
Brtnsalttng others. Address
TM PERU CHCSIICAL CO.,
189 Wocoiisim 8rtT. MILWAUKEE, Wl
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Holine Wagon Co,
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGON
a iut ana complete Mne sf natrorm and other Spring Wagons, especially adapted to the
W extern trade. rf superior workiranshtr and finlsTi. flluetrau-d Price List f rre oa
apphcaUon. Bee tbe MOLIN E WAGON before purchasing
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on th road. Parties desirous of
having them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our premises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
For CHOICE MEATS Go to . .
H. 1 reman & Sons,
All telephone orders prompt!, filled. Telephone N. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
rXCOKPilttATSD CNDKB THK 8TATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from ta.rn.tatp m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'e'eck
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits Money loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. SKTNOLD3. Pre. r C. DSNK MANN, Tice-Prea. . BUFORD. Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell . S Reynold,, F C. Denkmann. John Cmbaugh. B. P. Hull
Phil Mitch. 11, L. Simon, S. W. Hurst, J. M. Baford
Jacksob HrasT, Solicitors,
IS-Bcgan business July 8, KM. at d occupy th. wnthe comer of MitchcU & Lynde'. new
J. rr. IJJJKO JN
And Deaier in Mens' Fine W
1705 Seooud Avenue
Hniiinnt" roppr parket LV.
.1. ' Jirsw, ikh n ior OlIC.
o tire Chrvaautbemuuis, each AOc. t
s tti.'ire .ninninis. each ii5c. t Set I .(10
"tn iiuiuen Auggel." packet lie.
bX? Sir2Ir V,CK'S su. y" order. SI
Gard.-n Pea " Charmer." racket 1 x
1 otato American Wonder." ir lb, 30c
Pansies. our tu-rb ft nun, loot almoU
Fanry, Lxira choice, Tic
VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE, l892.ol
pcn.ua intcresteu in Plants, Flower or'VeKcuuii
ej-nfr. 1. . I. I 1 ; . r . -
One -rifr c . f Cl I- t 1
ol all charmer catalogues." E-ery
cent,, which mav be dertuced fr,7 5noum nave oae- 1 nce tea
A packet of 40-Ib. Oat FREE with each orter when desired.
GEORGE SCIUFER, Proprietor.
1801 Second Avenue. Corner of Sizteenth Btree - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
ree Lnrch Svery Day
Sandwiches Furnished on Short Hotlna
Proprietor of therady Street
I Ad kinds of Cat Flowers eonstanUy on band.
Green Houses Flower Store-
One biock north of Central Park, the largest in Ia. 804 Brady Street, Davtnport,Iowa.
Mmif actarer of all ktsds of
BOOTS Am SHOES
Seals' Fins Shoes aspeciaity . Eepalrtcr done neatly and promptly ,
A. ihars of yourpstronage respectfully toUcited.
, 1S18 Second ATonue, Rotk Itlaad, EL
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