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THJE AUUUB, SATUk'iia V-'f' APRIL 2, 1892.
r lTxT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
o .; ,.', h. riN ami i i n Muvd for use an easily
.n if nt Mr. and l.rt wr naokium.
A! '1?! n iiV hnne'tt Family Medicine move
Llta ecL ilav. It urder to be neaUhy, thu
i ani Healthful Confection !
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
(VE1 o: beo to the public)
ITSHEOICiNAL PROPERTIES ARE INVALUABLE!
r.2 :.:a- c:uses a:td c:ll3,
lr.:S bH.r SCltHCIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
j. '. r :!i r; t i 1 veercns the bre.-ith, im
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. Vtl will litni ail proirrcssive
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CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
VANLif 4CTUREO T
59 I 61 Z. CANAL ST., CHICASO, ILL
HARTZ & BAHNSEN,
Wh -at j A sent for Rock Island.
A LAUNDRY SOAP, PURE AND SANITARY.
Genera! Household Use.
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ttUl TREATMENT !ri''Vi
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ajiU liiiurUiaiion befc
18 cme:,-.icau co.,
S '-" : a C 'MMISSIONKU'S SALIC.
"f tiie J .in nary To m, A.
-"Hie Park. Chnrlntt.; E
Iliillcr. Ahliin 1I Ililiior
r ny ElT-nn- v. Unrt,tbir
I- Pi.rk, Ziilla L. I'ark and
" ir ncit (riend. Sarnli Park,
J "-pn Uillirr and John S.
i-' vcri thai by virtue of a de
' nt. ri il id the above entitled
i "( Mareb, A. V. JHft-1. I shall
i iy of April. A. D. lS'.ci. at the
( in ttie afte noon, upon the
described, to Mtisfy paid
-t-auction to the highest and
' Hi hand, those certaiu par
nppurteuancea BituaH in the
l: md. and etate of llliuois,
" t) m follows, to-wlt:
"f lot live C and the wet hair
". '""Ok nine () in that pari of
and that is known as TUomn-
land. Illinois, tlii 9th day of
.-"lienors tor coram r.
Jtr your lT"!Bt for il
f b ,tue of niK "xne only
tin, lu,mn"v remedy for all
' iilinnturul 11 mi- .in .nil
iTlvaie diieaM.'S of men nnHthn
. 'Mating weakness peculiar
: It cures in a few
i ..V,:5.lthPt the aid or
,1, ol a fl(l,,tor.
f r inmml Am. riran Ctire.
H-rans Chcr.irr.i -V1
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VARIETIES OF PEAS.
Notable and Standard Name Among Kx
tP Karly, M cri i u m and Late Sort.
For success vith peas a soil light and
dry but not ov sr rich is desirable. The
sowing should be done as soon as the
jrronnd can be worked in spring and
thereafter at ir tervals of ten days, for a
succession, nnt 1 the 1st of June From
four to six fet t apart, according to the
height of the variety, in single or double
rows, an inch apart in the rows and four
inches deep in i he soil, is a good general
rule for sowing peas. Keep the ground
clean and fine c luring growth.
Among extra early peas are classed the
Alaska, a dwarf sort, verv productive,
the peas blue; the First and Best, a fa
vorite with market gardeners, bring
early, productive, uniform in rij)ening
and of good qua !ity ; the Daniel (TRourk'e;
the American Wonder, an extra early
wrinkled pea, productive and of fine
quality, and the Rural New Yorker.
With early f nd medium peas may be
numbered McLean's Advancer, Cham
pion of England, Profusion, Pride of the
Market, Everbearing, Dwarf Sugar, etc.
THE STUAT.'.tiEM PEA.
Main and late cim; peas include, with
with others, tie Tel -phone, a productive
pea of finest cjnalily and sugary flavor,
pods of mora ous si.e and vines very
strong; the White Marrowfat, a heavy
yielder, and th 3 Xe Tl us Ultra. Notable
among these p-?as for general crop is the
Stratagem, shown in the accompanying
cut. This a Jwarf variety, requiring
little or no support; the pods are of mam
moth size, with large sized wrinkled peas
of superior qui lity. The vines are strong
and sturdy ar d exceedingly productive
altogether a remarkable variety.
Snccf ss.'i 1 Market Gardening.
Crops must lie forced to maturity
early; to be the largest and best of their
kind and to be crisp and tender, they
must be grow.i quickly. To accomplish
this requires 1 ot only a thorough pre
paration of th-? soi'., but the most liberal
manuring wit.i th.' very best sources of
plant food, stys .(. II. Hale in The
I have known somo market gardeners
to apply 100 two horso wagon loads
of well comrosted stable manure jmt
acre, plowing it under eight to ten
inches deep with a good steel plow, fol
lowing in eat h furrow with a snlisoil
plow, mellowing the earth six or eight
inches deeper. On the surface, after
plowing, would bo spread from one to
two tons (T so ue light grade commercial
fertilizer to !' thoroughly incorjiorated
with tho soi! by persist cut harrowing
with tho most approved implements c1j
tainable. Such a preparation eosts from
f 150 to 2o() pi r ac re, according to loca
tion. In fact it is doubtful if many
successful market gardeners nt the nor, '1
ever prepare i.n acre of land for t x
leading crops at an expense much It s
than $100 per acre an;.'.-.;ii!y. As a rule
the greater ti e expense if jndHnsly
put ont the greater the returus and
profits, espt!tally where two or more
crops are produced from the same land
in one season, as is the case in most
market garde is.
I'elaroi iuniH unit fer;niums.
The name geranium is often given indiscriminate;-
to the two very distinct
groups of plat ts, pelargoniums and gera
niums. Tiie geraniums are mostly hardy
perennial plants with annual or decidu
ous stems. Of these, (t. platypetalurn,
O. pratense and G. sanguineiuu are very
justly considered ornamental species.
There are ah o a good many other spe
cies which, from their intermediate or
mixed charac eristics, might form a sep
arate section of geraniums.
The pelargoniums, on the other hand,
are caulescent or somewhat woody
plants, almost; all natives of the Cape of
Good Hope, and requiring the shelter of
a cool house in the climate of Paris.
They may ba divided into three great
sections, nan ely, the zonal pelargoni
ums, with which P. inquinans is classed,
and which mny be termed the "fleshy"
section (camosa); secondly, the ivy
leaved (heder efolioorpeltata), and third
ly, the large flowered kinds (grandiflora).
There are also sotne kinds of an inter
mediate character, which, however, we
all true pelargoniums.
Seed llij; Clover with llarley. '
if clover wed is to lie sown with spring
grain, barley is much preferable to oats.
It does not ejbaust the soil as oats does,
and though i s leaf is much broader than
the oat leaf t le crop is cut and out of the
way a week or more before oate can be
harvested. If the barley ground is fall
plowed and t ne grain sown or drilled in
without plcjring in spring the clover
eeed will catnh better and make a bettor
stand. The superiority of winter grain
for a spring catch of either clover or
grass seeds is due to the fact that the
need falls on surface mellowed and pre
pared by repeated freezing and thawing
through the winter.
sill 1) 4
A man named Km'xoii. an they say
Got off a party thinii one day
About a chap 1 don't Know who
Who "builded better than be knew."
In spite of Bin 'son, now, 1 swan.
He was built on a euros plan,
Accordin to a strange idee,
Thet don't at all resemble me:
In spite of all thet 1 can do
I've builded worser than I knew.
I was a yonng and lazy lont.
Bat had my palace all planned out;
Its beauties never can be told
Rosewood. mahoRcrny an gold;
It was a scrumptious sight to see
With all its gilt and filigree;
But my real house scarce stops the rain.
An has an old hat in the pane;
I did the best that I could do.
But builded worser than 1 knew.
I used to build my stately ships
An launch "era gran'ly from the slips.
An in my dreams did 1 behold
Their freight of ivory an gold.
Oh, they snep' gran'ly roun the horn
An rode the ocean like a swan;
But the real ship I set afloat
Was nothing but a leaky boat.
Without thescantcRt thread ersail
I bale it with anole tin pail;
But for a flshin smat-k twill do
i builded worser than 1 knew.
Yes. Mr. Em'son, very few
Have builded better than they knew;
Tis ten to one, bowe'er we watch.
We'll make a bungle an a botch.
It ain't because I don't know how
To set the beams from stem to bow,
But my ban trembles so, 1 vum,
I cannot get the timbers plumb;
An so it is, my life all through,
I've builded worser than 1 knew.
Sam Walter Foss in Yankee Blade.
Wasps Have Always Made I'apcr.
The paper wasps have always done what
man has only recent ly learned to do rtrtke
paper of wood. Wasp society consist ol
three kinds of individuals the queen, the
workers and the males or drones. It is
only the fertilized queen which hiber
nates, and she begins her nest in the
spring of the year and starts the colony.
Nearly 5,000 in II is Wlj.
A curious find of mouey was made in
Dublin in 1S07. A man died in that year
who had lired in the most abject state of
poverty, and yet when his wig was remov
ed it was found to contain bank m.tes
amounting to '975. London Tit-Bits.
An autograph letter from Queen Vic
toria, written to the late Prince Louis Lu
cicn Bonaparte on the occasion of her ju
bilee, was, in accordance with the prince's
wish, placed in the breast pocket of his
coat before his interment.
There is said to be a stone in Texas about
twenty feet in diameter with such wonder
ful magnetic power that it will draw a
hammer or an ax to its surface, even when
placed ten or Cfteen feet away on the
That Allcock's Porus Plasters are the
highest result of medical science and
skill, and in ingredients ard method have
never been equalled.
That they are the tr'einal and genuine
porus plasters, upon whose reputation
That Allcock'a Torus Plasters never
fail to perform their remedial work
quickly and tflectually.
That this fact is attested by thousands
of voluntary and unimpeachable testi
monials from grateful p itients.
That for rheumatism, weak back,
fciatica, lung trouble, kidney disease,
dyspepsia, malaria, and all local paics,
they are invaluable.
That when vou buy Allcock's Porus
Plasters you absolutely obtain the best
A Victory fr Rock Inacd.
Properly adjusted sptclaclcs and eje
glasses are something that Roik Inland
has long been in need of.
Prof. H. Hirpchberg. the well known
optician of G2D Olive street, St. Louis,
has appointed T. U. Thoni "is agent for
his celebrated dinni nd and non-cbanctv
able spectacles and eye-glasses, where a
complete assortment can always be found.
Prof. H. Hirscbherg will remain in Rock
Island April 7, 8 and 9, and all
those ia need of properly adjusted spec
tacles and eye-glasses should avail them
selves of this opportunity. Examination
of eyes free of charge.
The Working Man.
The problem of the age is
how to elevate ihe workiDg
man and give him better clothes,
better food, more leisure and
more of the comforts of life.
This is the base of thought, the
goal towards which all the ef
forts of our modern thinkers
tend. It is evident that the
great thing and the one that
will go farthest in lifting the
working man in the scale, is
good health. Without this all
his labors are in vain. One of
bis drawbacks is a tendency to
contract bronchial difficulties.
A cold upon the lungs will dis
able him for days and cause
him to lose time that cuts ser
iously into his savings and
tends to discourage him. Beid's
German Cough and Kidney
Cure will cure any malady of
this sort aad is the greatest
boon that the working man
ever received. This great rem
edy can be obtained every
where and of all druggists.
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
. Staunch ships strike and founder, the fierce
winds and mountainous waves sweep noble
mariners' "hearts ef oik'' to thipwreck and to
death, yet that Coes not prevent the lubberlieet
landsman from risking his life on the stormy At
lantic in the role of tourist or commercial traveler,
lint if he shall teach his destination safely he will
scarcely hare escaped some ot the quaims of sea
sickness, unless he takes with him Hoetetter's
Stomach Bitters, that Inimitable specific for nan
sea. Bad water on long trips are a threat to the
voyager, but this may be deprived in a great
measure of its disordering effects upon the stom
ach, bowels and liver by tae Bitters. A gainst the
prejudical effects of malaria, bad diet, fatigoe and
exposure it Is also efficacious. It averts, more
over, rheumatism and kidney complaint. Don't
travel on sea or land without It.
JLTr. Warren D. XTentz
of Geneva, N. Y.,
Tells of His Fearful Sufferings After
Gastric Fever and His Cure by
All who know Mr. W. D. Wentz
give him the best of recommendations
for honesty and integrity. For many
years he has worked for Mr. D. P. Wil
son, the harness maker and member
of theGeneva Board of Health. He says :
" I was taken sh k last October with gastila
fever and my chance for recovery was con
sidered almost hopeless. After 7 weeks the
fever slowly left me, but I could not eat the
simplest food without terrible distress. It
seemed that I had recovered from the fever to
- Dio cf Starvation
I took pepin compounds, bismuth, charcoal,
cod liver oil and malt until my physician
confessed that his skill was about ex
hausted and he did not know what else to
try Everything I took seemed like par.
melled lead into my stomach. 1 hap
pened to think 1 had part of a bottle of Hood s
tarsaparilla, that had been in the house for two
or three years, that I found had benefited me
previously for dyspepsia. 1 began taking it
and soon began to feel better. I have now
taken a little over two bottles and can truth
fully say I feel well again and can eat any
Uiaii; w ithout distressing me, even to
Pie and Cheese
which I have been unable to touch for years.
The English language does not contain words
enough to permit me to express the praise
1 would like to give to Hood s Sarsaparilla.''
A . 1. Wt.NT., li Castle St., Ueueva, '. Y.
A Cood Voucher
"I have known Mr. Warren D. Wentz for
many years ami can vouch for him as ,i man
of veracity and one well known about here.
1 have sold him several bottles ot
dining the pat few months." 1L H. Tabt
iciimjk, Druggist, lieueva, N.
Hood's Pills euro Liver Ills
(If New Y rk, the well known mil fu-nsful
s-pec. ullst in f 'hmir'c dii-easei ana dl-ea9ct of
the t ye and Ear. by request af manv
friends uod patients, bus decided to "
Rock Island, Wednesday, A;ril 13th,
Consu tn Ion and cxttnin 'tion free and eo'.fi
dcntiul at h's pirlors at th; H UtI'KIi HUUiE
from 1U a. m. to lfl p. ni. t'ue d y o ly.
DR. D. 0. FRUTH.
Lfff Snmon tr,t Pror'tlrnf MfUvt' Pit
jnhfnry cf Xtir York. tr fntit ft t.ftht
f'ruth MtUical Jhti'ure iku frfd.)
Ably assisted by a f nil corps of competent ex-
fu rt specialists whose experience in the largest
lospitals lu tiie world enables them to treat all
t lironii. i-r , Miln and ICIood
diseases up ! Hie la'e-t si ieiituie principles.
Hey p:ir;ic.ihirly invite all whose eases have
been neglected, badlv treated or pMUiouneed
Incurable to test their expert treatment that
has never failed in thousands of cases that had
been pronounced b -ond hope. Patients who
ore doing well under e ire of their own physi
cians need not call on ns as our province is to
treat those who cannot fi tut relief otherw ise.
Ilsrao of Women. 1-uchorrhcpa,
Vtenne Displacements, t onstipatiou. Ster
ility. Female Weakness and all diseases pecu
liar to females positively cured by J'ulnaliUa
r. J null has attained the most wonder
ful success m the treatment of eases to which
lie devotes special attention and after vears ot
experience, has perfected ihe most liifallable
method of curing Organic Weakness. Nervous
Debility, premature Decline of the Manly
J'ower, Involuntary Vital Losses. Impaired
Memory, Mental Anxiety. Absence of Will
I'ower. Melancholy. W eak Hack and Kindred
Affections if consulted before Idioev, Insanity,
Falling Kits or Total inipotcncv results froin
Youthful I'.rrort, the awful effects of
which blights the most radient lioes. unfitting
patient for business, study, soeietv or marriage,
annually sweeping to an untimely grave thous
ands of young ineu of exalted talent and brill
flics lured without pain, knife or cau
tery. Epilepsy positively cured by our new and
never-failing hospital treatment.
Free Examination of ihr I'rine,
chemical and microscopical, in all cases of
Kidney Diseases. Bright's Disease. Diabetes
and Sperruatorrhir. Uring specimen.
Wonderful Cure ierfected in old cases
which have been neglected or unskillfully
treated. No experiments or failures. We un
dertake no incurable cases, but cure thousands
given up to die.
Remember the date and come early as his
rooms are always crowded.
tycases and correspondence confidential,
and treatment sent by express with full direc
tions lor use, but nersona) consultation pre
ferred. UK, I. . l( I'll,
3533 Lake Ave., C'laieago.
VIGOR OF MEN
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
Vi wIiMM, KennniM. Debility, and all
the train of evils from early errorsor later excesses,
the results of overwork, sickness, worry, etc. Full
strength, development, and tone if' 'en to every
orvan and portion of tbe body, tiimple, natural
methods. Immediate improvement seen. Failure
impossible. 2.0UU references. Book, explanaUouf
and proofs mailed (sealed' free. Address
ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. H. V.
Dr. Rcnison's Reliable Remedy. Famous every
where among the ladies as safe, prompt and
effectual. Tbe original woman ' sateoftoa. Price
fl sent direct, sealed ; information free. Address
CaUra Medical Co.. Boston, Haas.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers Ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
application. See the MOL1NK 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
having them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our premises.
MTJNROE, DeRTJE & ANDERSON.
For CHOICE MEATS Go to
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly tilled.
INCORPORATED UN DEB THB STATU LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from S a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five percent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
1 P. RKTNOIJM. Pres. F C. DKNKMANN. Tice-Pres. j. Jf. BUFORD. Cashiar.
P. L. Mitchell, E P Reynolds, F. C. Dcnkmann. John Crubaneh. H . P. Hull.
Phil Mitchtll, L. Simon, S. W. Hurst, J. M. Buford.
Jacksoh A Hubst, Solicitors.
Began bueincss July 8, 1SW), acd occurMheouthcast comer of Mitchell A Lyndc't new
J. T. DIXOJST
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1705 Second Avesce
avenport Business College,
( J 11I1EIN
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
GEORGE SCUAFERy Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Stree - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lunch Every Day
Proprietor of the Brady Street
Ad kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on band.
Green Houses Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the largest In Ia. 304 Brady Street, Darcnport,Iowa .
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Seats' Fine Shoe a specialty. Repairing don neatly and promptly.
A share of y osrpttronag rscpaetfnUy solicited.
1018 Second Arenas, Roek Island, HL
Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
J. C. DUNCAN, Davenport, la
Sandwiches Furnished on Short NoUr