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THJS AKGUa TUESDAY. MAlECiTT. L0, 1892.
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tm-run.l A HUP. i niiin,.uuuirm
!q ' "isrrh. lntlm-nra. Cold Inthefiead .
ill Whooping l ouuh. Violent ri.tutlw. .
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ri,r.v ik 111 MH(KKV! JIAM AL, ( 14 iaK"J
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ETTMFHRETS MEDICINE CO.,
n.. ami Jnhn Strntau New York.
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.". rr.a lisaiiafni Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
t'.'ETI OCSl REO TO THE PUBLICI
IT! OICiNAl PHOPIRTItS ARE iNVAUIftBU!
:::: zzz:-, zzzzzz a::d c:le3,
10 !S HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
t "'"""" : fe;h .Ti-1 sweeten ihr breath, im-
' ' ts u tin- tn:n.irh.
i cu , t..i. 'i. To i.iirii i, the brt. trv it once, and
v i v. 1 . ,. , p;.rr ..fterw.irds. If any dealer
! i ' : ,!; " .. t.ik no other, but ro
rfv....t, ,! .. ; w.jn tmfj al proRrcssjvc
?',""'" " 'hp rlass of dealers to pat-
.i '.,;".';, t.;. .inytlimg you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
59 h. 61 5. CANAL ST., - CHICAGO. ILL
HARTZ & BA.HNSEN,
Wholesale A gvvtt for Uock Island.
LAUNDRY SOAP, PURE AND SANITARY.
n:ral Household Use.
ToolBooks, Toys and Candy,
Tablets and Stationery.
A full Kne of free h
c,gars and Tobacco
Always on hand,
W. TREFZ & CO. j
2223 Fourth Ave.
' ..I."'n""l' K.'lial.'e Krni.il. vmn. .
' r -.'' . ,' 01 'I'S the ladies aa aafe. prompt and
l:.0T !, ",le original wamM talva!U. Price
'''''. M.-rp;r. 2" '"'""nation tree. Addraaa
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THIS PilFEP'-" "n-
l!r... A"TIJI Bdkcac (10 8p
EARLY SPF.ING BONNETS.
The Low, Flat Shapes with Bell Crowns
and Straight Itrlmi Still Prevail.
The eAriiest imjxM-tations In spring bon
nets show few chanKca from the now fash
ionable low, flat model. Knfrlish split
straws and Milan s come in various colors
for serviceable Reneral wear; simple spring
hats are found also in lightweight chips
and Neapolitan, while there are a variety of
fancy braids and bice straws.
A leading French milliner is using a mix
ture of orange, nasturtium and light, lemon
shades in her bonnets. The capotes are
small; t he crown rointed in open gold work
or in the shape ci.lled "toque d'avocat" in
open jet. Stiings are worn to hats and
A pretty spring capote has the crown
composed entirely of one large pale yellow
chrysanthemum; .it the back a small bunch
T orange ami lemon feathers; the miff ant,
or front that rests on the hair, of pale yt 1
low China ri' jon and lemon moire strings.
age paste nr Khine crystal pins are us i
to fasten the bonnets and hats. A hat
AS EAT.I V
motlerate in size I ;
wreath of rfxr .
back, with a hi:-.;
a jet crown with a
1 is turned up at the
ailed tnngara (the tail
in the shape of a h :
a rut-lied black l.t-e
lnm, and in front t ,vo crystal pins; bla
ltce, rihlKin, 1
eluded among fi.l,.
is to be seen eve l
nets, sometimes .u f
sometimes as a nar:
rs mid feathers are in
nalile triiuiuiiigs. Ji t
straw hats and lxn
r?uof the cut ire crown,
-.v edge finishing the
nrjiti. jong sii-mu.eti nowers quivering
high in hair mark si.tne attractive hats.
lxing strings are brought .from the back
of bonnets, to le tied under the chin and
fall in long ends. White and light colors
are popular in t hese w hen used on dark
straw. A striking feature of some Knglish
bonnets consists of st rings long enough to
reach the heir, o:' the dress and ornamented
at the ends will tassels or silk pompons.
Urown is a col r that holds its own, while
ecru and blr.-k made a combination useful
for wear wilu a variety of dresses.
The cxceptio lally dainty model of a
spring lionui t t-hown in the cut is in gray
A superabm dam o of jewelry is, of
course, in bad t iste at seasons of mourn
ing. A few trin!.' ts, however, must lie
worn, if only to m-centuate the general
soniberness of t: -.- costume. Attractive
novelties in bla. -k -namcl are daisies, wild
roses and other bli; .ms, wit h stamens of
gold. These bl ick enamel flowers can lie
used either as brooches or, in a smaller
size, as earrings; or, in a third fashion,
they may le attached to the black enamel
bangles that are likewise worn for compli
mentary mouri ing. The short fob chains
are of light o.xidizcd metal work, picked
out in gold, rtid the watch corresponds
with this in style. Hematite is being ex
tensively empioyed for sleeve links and
other purposes. It has a pleasant bright
ness, and is not quite so lugubrious in ap
pearance as jet Onyx crescent and slide
brooches nre Ik autitied by the addition of
fine seed pearls, and may be obtained in a
multitude oi tasteful patterns, while for
customers with slender purses there are
simple brooches, bract-lets and earrings at
very modest prices. Ornaments for the
hair must not forgotten.
A bandeau o." licet-r met al that lui-the
effect of moire rihlioti shouid cotiliiie the
coiffure and Ik fastened in the semblance
of a dainty li r. Or the bows, f si.ionid
in a doy.eti curious devices, may he obtained
separately, so as to lie lixed where the
fancy of the vi carer dictates. Dull black
fillets in enam ;l arc also worn, while both
the jet and cn-imel varieties of ornament
nre almost eel psed by the lieautyof the
little crescents of black marabout feathers
that have beet, introduced.
An Attrnrtive Ittitlice.
The blouse, elbow sleeves and fan plaited
epaulets of tl is novel and dressy liodice
are of pinkish mative crepon silk, match
ing the jabot and ueckliand. The wristlets
and scarf are .n deep heliotrope bcngaline
Tin: srxoiUTA dodice.
silk, withdrrojiingfrillingsin embroidered
lisse. The vest, of material to correspond,
Is trimmed with a treble row of beaded
Short low lKxlices are draped round with
silk and disp ay, as many low bodices seem
to do nowadays, a bow and ends coming
from between the shonlders.bot even young
ladies are no-, always so slimly built as to
be able to wt ar much full drapery, and for
ten is recommended the bodice with long
points for b II dresses.
EX-GOVERNOR AMES TALKS.
He Thinks the Fifty-Orsl Congress Vio
lated Its riedees.
At a recent meeting in Boston, ex
Governor Ames gave a caustic criticism
of the McKinley tariff. His speech ex
cited great alarm in the ranks of the
American Protective Tariff league, and
its secretary -wrote a letter to the ex
governor asking for an explicit state
ment of his views. He has replied in a
very long letter, of which this is the
In the presidential campaign of 1888
the Republican party met the tariff
issue by the assertion that it intended,
if successful, to reduce the surplus in
the United States treasury and reduce
the revenue of the government by re
ducing the tariff on imports all along
the line, but in such away as to preserve
and encourage the manufactures of the
country. It claimed that this reduction
should bo made by the friends of pro
tection and not by its enemies; other
wise the interests to be effected would
On the isstie thus presented we elected
a Republican president and a Republic
an house of representatives. But our
pledge was not kept in its entirety, as it
should have been. Instead of reducing
the tariff duties all along the line, we
raised them on many manufactured
goods that had adequate protection. I
am a republican and a protectionist, and
I believe that onr revenue law should be
so adjusted as to give ample protection
to manufactures, so as to insure good
wages to the workman and fair profit to
But I do not believe in making the
rate of duties so high as to exclude for
eign goods and give a manufacturer phe
nomenal profits, and thereby so over
stimulate domestic production as to end
in ruinous conipetitionortocau.se that
reaction which tends to the abolition of
all protective laws, which already has
so many advocates. I am convinced
that the tariff of 1SS3 was in nianv in
stances too high, and that the tariff of
1SSK) in some of its provisions is still
moro burdensome than was that which
it succeeded. This is the error in legis
lation which I wish to point out, to
which I moro than or.ee called attention
while the measure wte under considera
tion in the congress, and which I believe
did more to defeat the Republican party
in ISO!) throngh consequent reaction
than any other act of congress during a
quarter of a century.
instruction ,f a Famous Kxtale.
After Louis Xapoleon was captured
with SO.O(X) of his army at Sedan in 1870,
ho was for a time imprisoned in a Ger
man fort. Later on, after the estab
lishment of the present French republic,
he lived in retirement at Camden park,
Chiselhurst, which is now being devas
tated by the mercenary builder. The
finely wooded grounds are leing cut up
into plots for residences. Contractors'
carts pass unchallenged in and out of
the once imposing gates, and the man
sion itself looks a moro delusion and
mockery to the passer by. There re
mains an obelisk erected to the memory
of the prince imperial to record the time
and manner of his death, and to remind
the visitor that his father and mother
resided for a few years in the mansion
close by. New York Ledger.
NTATK F.XCAJIPKKSiT U. A. It.
And Woman s Relief Conrs, String,
field. III , Aikil 6-8, 1S92.
For the above occasion the "Burlington
Route," C,B. & Q. R. It., will sell
tickets from all poiDts in Illinois at one
fare for the round trip; fjood going April
5 to 8. inclusive, returning to and includ
ing April 9.
On April 0 tbe Ohio & Mississippi R
It. will run a special train from Beards
town to Springfield, connecting with our
train leaviDg Rock Island at 2:53 p. m.,
aud which will arrive at Springfield e.t 10
p. m ; returning, on April 8 a special
train will leave Springfield at 10:15 o.m ,
conncctine with our train leaving Beards
town at 12 45 a. m , arriving at H ck
Island at 6:40 a. ni.
For further inform ition apply to any
agent or address
P S. El'stis. G. P. A.. ChicHRo.
H. D. IV? ack D P. A., Rock Island
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cures all
nervous diseases, head .cae, blues, ner
vous prostration, sleeplessness, n; nralgia,
St. Vitus dance, fits and bysteris, but also
builds up the body. ''I am pleased to
s&v that after years of intense sufferin";
with nervous disease, headache and pros
tration, I tried Dr. Miles' Reatorative
2iervine, and in twt weeks gained eight
pounds in weight. I could not He down
to sleep, tu'. now sleep perfectly easy,
and am still improvicg wonderfully.
Cannot sy enough for the ncrvioe
Mes. L. B. Millard. Dunkirk, N. Y."
"One customer used Nervine and giined
fifteen pounds in flesh. Bkown & Mat
bckt, Cortland, N. Y." Trial bottles and
elegant book free at Qartz & Bahnsea's
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousnees, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bahn
Woman's Health and Life
depend more on regularity than on any or
all causes combined. An actual or living
death is the result of derangement of
functions which make woman what she
is; immediate relief is the only safeguard
against wreck and ruin. In all cases of
stoppage, delayed, painful or other irreg
ularities Bradfield's Female Regulator is
the only sure remedy. Eold by Hartz
What is more attractive than a pretty
face with afresh, bright complexiont Fo
il, use Pozzoni'i Powder.
Children Cry for
For some time past Ie been a rheu
muic I recently tritd Salvation O.l
which gave me almost instant relief. I
sincerely lecommenol it as it has entirely
curt d me. James Gordon.
150 S. Paca street, Baltimore, Md.
dcfctteadacfceuxl relieve all the troubles rod
flout to a bilious etnteof the syatom, auoli aa
Dizzinesn, Nauseu, Drowslnaes. Dtatrera after
oMiug, Fain in the Si.lu, ko. While tLc r ruoaj
ruourkaple success has been shown in curing
Heac'aclie, yet Carter's Llttlo Liver PiTia ar
equally valuable in Constipation, curing aud pre
Venting thisannoyinp complaint. liile 'they al
i..iw..iiiiuiHomt!rai iiiutuuuiaen Jltlliltaatetno
liver and regulate the bowela. venii tiayonly
fAebstheywonld bo almost prienlewitotrt we wfts
niter from thisdiatretsMng complaint; bntforta
natolr the lrpoo(lnei3 doi- no'.ent! here,a',d thone
whoencetry thorn will And those little, pillavulu
abio in somany wr.ys that they will net be wil
.Jiog to do without tiietn. Bat after alleles, tunc
iSsthc-banscf ro tmr.y lives that hem is whet
I We make our great boust. Our pillacureit white
Others do not.
. Carter's Little L!vcr Piils are very small and
Vex? easy to take. One or two pills mo w a d.wn.
'Xh. y are strictly vegetable and do no. gripe or
r-urpr, but by their pon tie notion please all who
ueethem. Iuvialnst25cents; nveforvl. Said
by druggist every wJier or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL Pii I. mil DOSF. SMALL PfiiCt
Of New York, the well known and Fucctf ftil
Spec alist m t'tnoii'c ilii-eavr una tli-tcapet. of
the Me ami Kur. by re()tit-!.t af mtiny
friends ami patiet.ts. bus Qt-ciJed to
Rock Island, Wednesday, April 13th,
Cnnsirtatinn and examination free and confi
dential at hs p irlors at hi UAKl'EU HOUSE
from 10 a. in. to lu p. m. One tltvoi.lv.
DR. D. 0. FRUTH.
Luff Surrffon In tr,t I'rorident Sfnlival Di$
primary of Xeir Vnrk. wic Prrriofif of the
Fruth .Vftlical Jnsii'utf (rfiurtrrri.)
Ably assisteil by a full eorpa of competent ex-
fert specialists whose experience in the largest
mspitals in the world enat'les them to treat ll
C'lironlr, INervnu. Skin Hurt Hlood
diseases upon the laiest sclent itie priuciplea
They part leulnrly invite all whose oases have
been negleeted. badly treated or pronounced
incurable to test their expert treatment that
has never failed m thousands of eases that had
been pronounced Ik voikI hope, raiientswbn
are dome, well under care of their own physi
cians need not call on n as our province is to
treat those who cannot tind relief otherwise.
Ileae of TkV omen. ltieborrbrea,
I teritie Displacements, tdnstiiiation. Sler
llity. Female Weakness and all tliseasea pecu
liar to females Hiitively cured by I'ulsatilta
Ir. ru lit bus attained tbe most wonder
ful success in the treatment of rases to which
be devotes sieeial attention and after vears of
experience, has -rlected the most intallahle
method of curim: Organic Weakness. Nervous
Debility, l'rcmature Decline of the Manlv
i'ower. Involuntary Vital bosses. Impaired
Memory, -Mental Anxietv. Absence of Will
I'ower, Melancholy. Weak Hack and Kindred
Affections if consulted hetorc Idioev. Insanitv
FallitiirKit or Total Impoiencv results froin
niiiii-t)! I.rraro, ihe awful meets of
which him. us the most radietit hopes, unntiing
palictit tor business. sludv. socielvor tuarriace.
aniiually sweeping to an untimelv crave lhotis
ntids of young men ol exalted talent and brill
Iile t tired without pain, knife orcau
tery. i:pllrp v posistvely cured t.y our new and
never-failing hospital treatment.
Free i:xaiiiiniiiinii of Itie I riue,
cbemical und micro-opica!. in all eases of
Knlt:ey Diseases. liriL-ht's Itsea-e. Diabetes
und Spermatorrha'. ilrmg sH-cimen.
Wonderful t'ure perfected in old eases
which have been neglected or uiiskilllully
treated. No experiments or failures. We un
dertake no incurable cases, bul cure thousands
given tip to die.
Remember the date and come early as his
rooms are alwas crowded.
fTases and correspondence confidential,
and treatment sent by express with lull direc
tions for use, but nersoual consultation pre
ferred. VII. I. . t If 1TII,
3332 Lake Ave., Ihicsfe.
QUIOKLY, THOROUGHLY, FOREVER OUREO
vj new perfected
scientific method that
cannot fall unlens tbe
case Is beyond human
aid. Yon feel improved
tbe first day, feel a bene
fit, every day : rood know
yourself a kins among
men in body, mind ana
heart. Drains and losses
ended. Every obstacle
to happy married life re
moved. Nerve force,
will, energy, brain power,
when falling or lost axe
restored by this treat
ment. All smalland weak
Eirtions of the body en
reed and strengthened.
Victims of abuses and
excemes. reclaim y-uir
manhood 'Sufferers from
regain your vigor! Don't
tiespalr.even if In the last
ened If qnaeka have rob
bed yon. Let us show you
that medical science and
business honor stilt exl: here go hand in band.
"Writ tor ear fioofc. with explanation proofs,
mailed availed frea. Over COOO references.
ears icedisal co. , stftalo, it. y.
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Who desires a good bnslness position In the World's
Fair city should write at once for Prospectus of tbe
sunons Metropolitan Business College, Chicago.
J n usual farilltiesf or placing graduates. Established
rears. Occupies Us own building. Address,
O. M. fOWBS. Principal
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co,-
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
application. See the MOLINE WAGON before purchasing.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN" IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous of
Jia vmg them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our premises. ,
MUNRCE, DeRTJE & ANDERSON.
For CHOICE MEATS Go to . .
H. Trertian & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled.
INCORPORATED TJNDKR TUB STATU LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to p. m., and Satnrday evenings from T to 8 o'clock
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
1. P. REYNOLDS. Pre.. T C. DSNKMANN, Yice-Pre.. j. M. B0FORD, Cashi.t.
P. U Mitchell, B P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Cmbsngh. H. P. HtUL
Fhd Mitchtll, L. Simon, B. W. Hnrst, J. M. Baford.
Jacksoh A Hcbst, Solicitors.
tyBegan business July 8. lSlO, acd occit yjhyouthcast corner of Mitchell ft Lynde'i new
J. T. I3IXOJNT
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1705 Saccnd Avenue
avenport Business College,
( 1 3 3 1 1 Z IN
FOR CATALOG1JES ADDRESS
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1801 Second Avenue. Corner of Bizteentb Stree - Opposite Harper's Thestre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lunch Xvery Day Bandwicbei Furnished an Short Noting
Proprietor of the Brady Street
AJ kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand,
t Green Homes Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the largest in la. &H Brady Street. DaTtnport,Iows.
Hannf actnrer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Qastf Fin Shoes aepsciaJty. Repairing dona neatly and promptly .
A share of yonrpatronaf respectfully solicited.
'..... 1618 Second Menue, Kotk Island, CL
Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Ayc.
J. C. DUNCAN, Davenport. la