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ATOUP. IHUBSDAY, APKIL z 1 ,
4storiu Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
anil Children. It contains neither Oiuiiei, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a. harmless substitute
f,.r Paregoric, Props, Soothing Symps, :nd Castor Oil.
jt js Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of 3Iothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
frverislmcss. Castoria prevents vomit ing Sour Curd,
curCs I)iarrho?a aud Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
tectliii'S troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
aml bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
! rU is a wl'-'-ot medicine for chil
5:..:i.Tshae n-poateJly told me of its
l)K. U. U. UOOOD,
rajt. r:a is the I"-'1 rrme.lv for children of
1 1 a,u acyaioMd. 1 hope the day is not
uun; w hen mothers i 1 1 consider the real
riv. uf tli-ir chiiJren. am! use Castoria in
: of tln-rusqiuik nostrums which are
review tfc- ir loved mi, by forcingopium,
: hiiie. nn-ihinc tyrup and other hurtful
is d'"-n their throats, thereby lending
:. ti prc:j.ature raws."
1)11. J. F. KlNCHELOE,
" Castoria is at well adapted to children that
I recommend it us superior toauy prescription
known to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our pb.ysick.ns in the children's depart
ment have spo..en highly of their experi
ence in their ot tsitle practice with Castoria,
and although -e only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look witL
favor upon It."
United Hospital and Dispensary,
Allen C. Surra. I'm.,
The Centaur Company, TI Murray Street, New York City.
it Factory :
trocize Heme Industry and Protect the Labor of America"
MEPRiCK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
iJMfa nick S
- Cm- FitiIi. full e casnre. and I eq tally wll ai ted for Hand and Machine
Sewing, for tali- bv
ibr. (.. . i Ii.ii;.--.'.-tierl!y.
MERRICK THREAD CO., 205 Fifth Avenue. Chicago
r Shirt, .
'y. v.. nuke tliem nareelvef
F Suits .
' " "' ilor-made
:.t.i.','," ' '"v"1' competition.
. i .r . H.-I.HI fr,)m over 2UU dlff r-
4 ,'1C-'" and cp.
K Shirt Factory,
"vi-rLno,!,.,', crockery stow.
'hl Volk & Co.,
- l;rvLi, . .
' -to and Fonrth ave.
22l and 223
R .as W a th t
Openiug was a success in
every particular. My
Areexqnieite. Call and see the m
. MISS KATE BYRNES.
1709 Second Avenue.
fVAgent foi the Staten Ifland dying es-tabliKhmeuU
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A M. & L. J PARKER,
BT"r"int-clas wort and special attention to
RIXO U8 UP,
Telephone No. 1214
The Rock Island
Is the best medium through
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should have their
announcem exits ready by Thurs
day mornix .g to insure insertion
in the current week's issue.
Notice is hereby srivenv that the undersigned
has been appoii ted assigece of be Northern
Mining and Ktilvay company, and all persons
noluing anv claim or claims against said The
Jort hernMini .md Ratlw ay company are hereby
notitoed to preset t tlie sa nc to me under -oath or
fflrriatlon witbu, three months from this date
K,,.,dim.a,edueor,lot- A peraons
indebted to said i ssienor are requested to make
prompt caya ent rf the same.
Dated Mar.:b 1, 18B2.
TU'JMAS 8. SILVI3,
Coal Valley, April 20 L. D
Mudge, of Tajlor Ridge, was here tc
8upeivisor P Naylor left today to
attend tbe meeting of the board.
Mifg Ei ma Peterson, who has been
seriously ill for some time, was reported
todsy as slinhtly better.
R chard Wilson has qualified as con
stable with P. M. Dewiu and George
Wilson as sureties.
Mr. and Mrs. L 8. Stafford left Mon
day events: for Chicago to make pur
chases of spriDg good's.
The butter and cheese factory building
hss been commenced. 8. me of the rock
is on the ground. Tbe foundation is dug
out and the greater part of the lumber is
on tbe ground.
John T. Hass will nlarge the capaci'y
of his brick plant and has added another
kiln and enlsrged his sheds one-third, so
he can keep up with his orders, as he
could not do l.sr. season.
The election of school director took
place on Siturdiv. Michael Dolengc
was elected by a msjority 11 votes over
H. Martin. Tbe ladies did not offtr
In your last notice of the Presbytery
of Rock river, it was stated that the next
semi-annual meeting at Oeneseo would be
in April, but it should be in September.
1S92. at Geneseo
T ere wi l be on next 8abbath forenoon
conflrmatif n services. A class of severs
al children will be confirmed by the Ger
man Lutherans The ceremonies will be
held in tbe Presbyterian cburch.
Rev. T. B Tuihune. or Bulah church,
was transferred from the Presbytery of
8potts,lvania to Rock river. He will be
examined with two ether young ministers
at Aledo, Mercer county, on tbe last
Tu sday in June, when there is an ad
The village election took place on yes
terday. It was conducted nnder the new
system. Jarr es Clegg was chosen presi-o-nt
o trusses and Richard Calahan Jr .
H. Msr in and James Ca!ahan as tr.is.
ts: B Krapp. clerk, and John
T;e,lon policej magistrate.
The board of commissioners of high
wyf met and organized on the lOtb 'n
the town bail by closing John J. Pryce
pre-idtnt and. John O. Johnson treasurer.
Tbey appointed William Woolley as ov
erseer of hiehwaya, and to levy a district
road tax at the rate of 40 cents on $100
Mr. and Mrs. William Tyler are visit
ing S. L Stafford, their brother-in-law.
Mr. Tvler is a public lecturer on the
the rcenes of Andersonville prison. He
has pub ished a book of re-ollections of
the Andersonville prison. He has pub
lished a book 5.000 copies and has sold
over tbe half of them in a few months
urLLSDALK. April 20 Mrs. W. R.
Walker went to Moline Fridav. where
her little daughter is sick with the meas
We are pleased to learn that Miss Coff
man, of Reytiolds, is amone us strain.
Dave Saott ia drilling the we'd for the
m::k fepantor which will be in operation
aooui dune I .
Robert Hill is hauling material for his
new house which will be in course of
construction in a few days.
Measles are almost an epidemic
here at present. Nellie Taggart is in a
very critical condition brought about by
Our night operator, Miss Wonder, visi
ted at her borne in Beardstown ovpr Run
day. Mr. Schroder manipulated the keys
aunng ner absence.
Rev French, of Cambridge, delivered
a very forcible and interesting lecture at
U. ,U..l 1 L. 1 n. .
u'lunuinreu last i uesuay evening un
dtr ihe auspices of the W. C. T. U.
We have heard it said that two are
company an:: three a crowd, but how to
determine wnat to term two companies
or cou' les who have a fifth person in the
crowa is wnat is puzzling a couple each
of young ladies and gentlemen not far
away. The facts appear to be tbat a
quartette of our young people were en
joying an evening and a fifth and appar
ently unwelcome young man also en-
j'yeu me pleasure or Dung present in u
corner of the room deeply interested in
the columns of a paper, bui strictlv
speaking enjoying the discomforture of
me two companies.
"The Vagabond Heroine" was Dre
sented at Harper's theatre last evening by
Birnes & Summer's company of players
supporting little E lna Reming, the won
derful child actress. The production
gave much satis'action. Tonight the
company appears in "Nobody's Child."
Oa Saturday afternoon "Little T
Fauntelroy" will be present.d as a com
plimentary matinee to children under 12
years of age .
"The Soudan," with its Oriental scen
ery, its revolving pictures, its realistic
battle scene, and its mimic army of 300
men, will be at the Burtis, at Davenport,
tonight. "The Sou lan" is be
yond doubt the most pretentious, exten
sive and expensive amusement enterprise
of this kind ever launched.
Ti.e KepaliH of Kork lalaad Brldcr.
Congressmen Cable. Haves' and Hen
derson,' together with Pred Hass, of Rock
Island, and C. A. Ficke, of Davenport,
appeared before the appropriation com
mittee of tbe bouse on Tuesday on the
matter of securing the $50,000 neceasai v
for tbe replacing of tbe floors of Rork
Island bridge and there i every indication
that the sundry civil appropriation bill
will include the amount which is desired
for putting the - Rock Island bridges in a
safe and permanent condition. Senators
All s n .and Cullom have promised to see
the appropriations through tbe senate
to Springfield and return via Rock Island
& Peoria railwav. will h mH fnr th
democratic state convention April 27 2H.
ann lor the republican state convention
Mav 3 8 Tickets anlit niw H hc.r
good for return one day after the close of
WHiTCDimu. K rTCCKHOCSE.
G neralTxk t A'tn'..
Sweets of life Krell & Math.
Easter novelties at Krell & Math's.
Choice pineapples at W. A. Ehltb s.
Ice cream or hot coffee at Krell &
Take stock in the Columbian exposi
Call up telephone No. 1055 for stock in
the Exposition association.
The finest line of Easter novelties in
the three cities at Krell & Math's.
Wanted At once, five good coatmak
ers by Rogers the tailor. Brady street,
Wanted Immediately, a girl for gen
eral housework. Inquire at 229, Six
For Sale Steamboat. The transfer
steamer. Milwaukee. Inquire of Thomas
C. Lawler. Prairie du Chien, Wis.
Removed from Third avenue to 123
Eighteenth street baled hay, potatoes
and all kinds of feed at Evans & Cool's
tLet the children look into Krell &
Math's window and see the nice Easter
goods. Every ote of thtm can be filled
with candy. Think-how one of them
will please them.
Ex-Mayor Ficke, of Davenport, went
to Washington on other business, but on
his arrival Mr. Hass enlisted his aid for
securing the bridge appropriations, and
he has been working earnestly in the
Harry Smythe, who recently purchased
the sample room formerly owned by
Goorge Sivadge, has fitted up a first class
restaurant therewith. He is new ready
to receive bis friends and is prepared to
serve all kinds of l'quid refreshments.
The restaurant will receiye his personal
attention and will be conducted up to
that high standard for which Mr. Smytle
eujoys such a reputation.
J. W. Warr, of Moline, has written a
drama called "The Moline City Council in
2001," which will be presented in that
city in a short time. The rehearsals are
going on now, and the profane public is
rigidly excluded therefrom. The Diss
pitch is authority for the statement that
the pay is a parody on the present ar
rangement of city affairs in Moline, and
that the aldermen, aldermisses. and alder
mesdames are scarcely distinguishable as
Village Elect lout
The following is ihe result of the vil'
lage election held in Andalusia on Tues
day last: For president of the board
Jacob Britton. U. 27; Milton Buffum. P
37. Tiustees, William Strobmier, U, 29;
John Mounts, P, 31; Charles Borensr.
U, 29; Theodore Simmons. P. 30 Robert
Brusso, U, 32; H. Mosher, P, 30. Clerk,
K. E. Recde, U. SO; Robert Thompson.
At the village election held at Port By
run uo luesaay, j. . w.ssimonson was
elected president of the board over G A
Melzgar by a mtjority of 39. Will
Keeley was elected clerk over L il
Trent, and J. W. Maxwell. William A"
J : i- 1 -ni . n . m
uncu aou nana scnaier were chosen as
members of tbe board over E. M. Rogers
A. H Wendt and W. S. Grove.
Kork lelaBdHay KM rive For Ir.
The Woman's Relief corps of the state
are considering the application from five
cities which ofler excellent inducements
touching the location of the propesad
home for veterans and their wives. The
delegates from the Rockford W. R. C.
worked hard for the Forest city, and as a
resu't were comp.imented by a favorable
report on the site offered by that city. It
would not be a bad idea for Rock Island
to strive for it
10WA LEGISLATURE TAXES A HAHO.
IN TRYING TO PRITRrT rnr pran-c
AGAINST THE U.-E OF AMMONIA AND
ALCM IN BAKING POWDXRS.
Dee Moioea News
A bill for an act to nrevpnt Hip adul
teration of baking powders with am .
monia and akm, has been introduced in
both senate and legislature of this att
imposing proper penalties to enforce the
Both branches havino- nrevionalv nt.a-.aA
resolutions asking congress to pass the
pure food bill now before congress.
inn snows an earncs: desire on the
part of our representatives to nrntwt
Following is a partial list of the Damps
of the brands that have been examined
and found to contain either- alum
or ammonia: Clumet, Climax. Royal,
Chicago Yeast. Forest City. Ziop's, Econ
omy, Taylor's, Unrivaled, Rocket. Globe,
SilverStar, EJdy & Eddy's. Grant's Bon
Bon, Hotel. Kenton and mini mher
, Pure cream of tartar bakinc nnwriera
can he obtained Many of tbe highest
authorities have singled out and recom
mended Dr. P.ioes t'ream hakim? nnnH.
er for both purity and who), s meness.
When Baby was sick, we rare her Ca&toria.
When ahe was a OhiM. she cried for Castoria. .
When ahe tm-anw Imk, w I'astoria.
When she nal Children, she gave them Castoria.
We notice that Inm. Dirk and ITrr
are now appearing with their gradfather's
recipes for couehs. etc.. and ueetina
fortune through advertisidg. but the peo
ple anow me value or Lfr. Bun's Cough
8yrup and will lake no other.
IWy Prices the Lowest
Furniture, Carpets, Curtains, Stoves
and House Furnishings.
Our S14 00 bed room suits are going fast. For
one week I will give you FREE with any bed room
suit a handsome woven wire spring, provided you
bring this advertisement with you.
I have anything you need to make HOAE COM
FORTABLE. Gasoline stoves and refrigerators at
low prices and
EASY TERMS CF PAYM cNT,
OH AS. A. MECK,
Telephonic 421. . 322 Brady Street, Davenport, Ia.
Open every evenia until $) I o'clock, and Satur lavs until 10:0o.
O ZJ O 'J -r- ry) ,
ttgge? i - i
Every other store in the tri-cities in
- Actual Bargains -
Means what? That we must under
sell all others, sell cheap, still
cheaper, and beat all their ap
' parent LOW PRICES.
This is just what we are going to
do beginningTuESDAY, April 19.
Break Competitors' Prices
and Blazer Suits,
114 West Second Street. Davenport.
R. O. HnrsoN M. J. Parker.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
AU kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
iiirmuuea wnen awra.
;; Shop cci First ave U -.vute utb R jck it. ui.