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every erem tig lor per week.
THRSK coanecttng rooms for rent at 4909 Sev
FOR SALE CHK AP Piano, In flrst-clasa order;
apply at 1015 Third avenae.
ANTED A few good bnarders in private
family, No. SOB Mnetet-ntn el. eel.
WE offer agents bis; moncv. in exclusive terri
tory: onr new patent Safes e 1 at sicht in city
orcountry: new agentsln the fl-.-ld actually get
ting rich; one airent in o .c day cleared f 86: to
canjon; ca:aloue free. Alpine Sam Co., No.
SdS-.Tl, Cla.k street, Cincinna i, O.
WANTED A fint-cl'M Sa'.eaman in every
town or c'.ty wi hin 300 milea of Chicago to
ell real estate in one oi me oe?i ni ruumua
rnChica.!o; old on cay montoly instalments.
Will pay large commission aad expense tj and
from toe citv in showing the property; only men
of large tiflucnce and acquaintance where they
reside need apply ; the bei of reference required.
Wallace a. Car A Co.. room 411. 164 Dearbarn
treet, Chicago. .
E. E. PAKMESTER,
ATTOHNEY AT LAW-Office in Mitchell
Lynde'e new block.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OtBce in Rock Island
Satlonal Bank Building, Rock Isiand, 111.
I. D. SWMNtT. C. I. WilHl.
SWEEXEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Once in Bongston'e block. Rock Iaiand, 1.1.
McEMRY & ScEMRT,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money or. good
ecarity, make collections, Referenea, Mitch
ell 4 Lynde. bankers. Offioe in Postofflc block.
S. W. 0DEL1,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and diirins the pat two years with the firm of
Brownine A Entrik.-n at Moline. ha now opened
an office in the Auditorium bui.dltig, room 5, at
Office over Krell Math's Restaurant 3E5
In office at all hoars.
3F"Special Office Honrs: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell A Math's.
DR. E. B. JOHNSTON,
Office, 223 Brady St Davenport,
(Over Reynolds & GiffordV)
NEVER CAME AGAIN.
Oh, picture dear to memory 1
The skies lay low and fair
Above the mirrors of the sea
And viewed their beauty there.
The I ills upon the deep were glassed.
Anil cool the meadows dreamed.
And t very clond that o'er as passed
Lit angel' chariots gleamed.
The f ir lands seemed a Jeweled misti
So t ear the Blessed Shores
We s anned the liquid amethyst
For gleams of golden oars.
Not o ten to the soul 'tis given
To i oubly visioned be! i
Our f i et had neared the verge of Heaven
And touched the jasper sea. j
And ' leath the walls of jeweled skies.
Above the ocean floors.
Afar 1 saw my old home rise
And watched the open doors.
I said -Yon light-impassioned sir
Should woo an artist's pen
But ruod the mystic beauty, there.
And. not the same as then.
At memory's windows oft I sighed
For that one picture, oft denied
It nt ver came again.
-I!. Butt-rworth in Youth's Companion.
Won't Care Rhe umatism.
But Krause'a Germ n Oil will i-b the
rheumatic 8 offerers of ninny cf its terrors,
being a powerful absorb ant in all cases
f .rnishes temporary relief. It is a recogs
oized fact that any stimulating counter
i-ritant that is penetrating when properly
applied removes pain, and that is what
Krause's German Oil is a relief, not a
cure for rheumatism. For sale by all
druggis's. llartz & Bdhnsen, wholesale
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
For sale by all druggists. Elartz &
Bahnsen, wholesale druggists.
FOR SIX YEARS.
From 9 to IS a. m.
" 2 to 4 p. m.
Ttao Use of the Tonsils.
Those glan is situated in the back part of
the mouth, mil familiarly known as the
tonsils, have always appeared in physio
logical eyes iJt somewhat of a puzzle that
is to say, their functions or uses have not
been accun tely determined. They are
ductless glacds, and unlike the liver, saliv
ary glands, t weet bread or tenr glands, do
not possess any tubes or ducts leading
from tbem and conveying awav any secre
tion they may manufacture. We can un
derstand on this footing how t he spleen
itself was an anomaly in the eyes of the
ancients, seeing that, like the tonsils, it
had no outlet, and that unlike the liver or
the other glands above named.it did not
seem to elabc rate any fluid or product of
use in the body.
But the functions of the tonsils have of
very late days received a new interpreta
tion from t he researches of Dr. Lovell (.Jul
land, declaims that the tonsils are really
glands, which are devoted to the manufac
ture of the v. hite blood cells. Xor is this
alL Dr. Gar and tells us that while many
of these important white cells pass off into
the blood circulation, thence to wander on
their beat, like sanitary policemen, throngh
the tissues, rx any others take up their po
sitions on the outside of the tonsils them
This latter move on the part of these
white cells U a very interesting one, for,'
as they live ot the tonsil services, they act
as a set of custom house officers in prevent-'
ing injurious or contraband matter
chiefly germs, of course from passing onJ
ward to the throat, stomach and lungs.
This is both an extraordinary and an ex-'
tremely inter-sting discovery, for it makes
plain to us how and why many of the
germs we inh tie are prevented from doing
injury to us. They may pass into the
mouth, but ti e cordon of white blood cells
on the tonsils acts as a fairly efficient bar
rier, which the bulk of the germs we in
hale may not pass, and we arc thus secured,
from the gem invasion of both the diges
tive system and the breathing system.
Illustrated London News.
Results Like These Will Appear
Regularly in Rock Island
Genuine Skill the Basis of Permanence
as Well as of Success.
"I know what it into "nffer from chronic calarrh,
for that was the disease 1 suffered from for the
past six years," said Robert McGimpsey. who is a
marh nift in ths employ of the Moling A'at-on Jo.
"Mv trouble began with a old which I neg
lected. Thia was followed by cold after cold until
I never wa without one. I had severe ticarta'he
and pain across my eyes. My nose and head
wonld Mop npwith a yel ow. rtringv mucous.
hich would oroo t to the back of mv throat.
causing me great distress in rr.y sto nac h. 1 had
roaring or btizziuy noises in my ears ?nu mv lieir-
wis impaired. I uid not sceep ind would arise
in th.' morning tired and uurefreshed.
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
Drs. Myers & Holderead,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Optciiiltics Surgery and Diseases of Women.
Cornrr Second avenue and Fifteenth street
Telephone, If 43. yflicc hours evenings
7 to 9
Er. Vyirs, from 10 to 12 am and 3 to 5 pm : Snn
dav 13 to 1 ; residence 2nd sve: telephone 1200.
Irt. Holderead, from H to in am ami 1 to 3 pm ;
f-nminy. t: to iu 3 ; resiaenco at otnee; tele
R, M. PEARCE,
aoom33 in Mitchell &Lynde'snew;block.
DRS. BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block, Rooms 29 -81.
A. D. HUESING,
Retirements, among other t'.me-trled and wel
tmawa Fire Insurance Companies he f olloTlns: :
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
We'sches ter Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
Buffalo G'jrman Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. T.
Citiiens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Kecaritv Tn. Gj.. Hew Hiven. Conn.
Milwanxee Mechanics Ins. 0 1., Milwantce, Wis
Ooman Fire Ins. Co.,of feoria, ill.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly! IPaid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can afford
Tour Patronage U solicited.
I SURE CURE 'or SEMINAL, NERVuilS
" URINARY TROUBLES I" tGUMO,
i-'nu.furn ud rn men. a
TAiflTT OR BiSAPPOIH fn'.lKT, but itr
mal rrmsunll- arv lo ihiatb. iaa;
9oU -t tWthT i'iifv -mil
Children Cry for
1 annera of Today.
The manners of this world, like the fiush
ions of it, ate constnntly passing away.
One hundred years atro men had not to
compete with steam and electricity. They
had time to bow, they could afford to
frame elaborate compliments, they could
easily icterni it the even tenor of their oc
cupations to ( iscuss the health and domes-'
tic movement of a friend's family. Now
we are all in t. hurrv, and we must be in A
hurrv or fall liehiud the marching order of
the day. A v.-ry courteous man is a bore.
Men rushinz 10 the Stock exchange or the
office cannot stop to bandy bows and polite
W omen desperately in earnest with their
lives cannot l)e troubled with civil plati
tudes which are common property, though
each would s op to listen to a few words
meant for her alone. ords which mean
nothing hut 1 oliteness are now inexpress
ibly tiresome, and only maiden ladies with
settled incomes have time for them, the
busy world is content with a few sentences
of good natured chaff, and passes on with
out reflecting that chaff easily falls into
familiarity an 1 impertinence. Amelia K
Burr in Lippmcott s.
Electricity as a Water PuriQer.
The Webster method of purifying waste
water by me ins of electricity has been
tested by Dr. Kermi in the Hygienic insti
tute at Munich, Germany. During the
course of the experiments it was found
that the water became purified in about
fifteen minutes, the organic snhstances be
ing reduced by about oue-half and the mis-1
penued substinces wing precipitated to
The smell c f the water was perceptibly
improved. While the results of the text
show that elec iicity does uot at the present
time realize the ideal of water purification.
It has two gi-eat advantags; first, that
very little iron is precipitated and its re
moval is not so difficult as in the case of
purification b.r chemical means, and, sec
ond, the dissolved organic substances.
which are not precipitated by any of the
known cbemii al methods heretofore em-
ployed, are at least partially removed by
the electric current. .New lork Telegram.
Decorative Metal Work.
The decorati ve uses of metal would alone
be sufficient to form a volume, leaving
aside the delicate manipulations of gold
and silversmiths. The commercial artist
who makes use of iron, brouze, copper,
brass and nickel, from the production of
huge iron columns to the ornamental
plaque decorated with the bust of a poet.
finds a thousand metallic forms which
serve to decora our furniture and beau
tify our homes, the consideration of which
is worthy of tLe most careful attention.
Decorator and Furnisher.
lietter Arc Light Pencils.
A recent improvement in arc light pen
cils consists of a wire cloth containing no
carbon, but is coated with a chromate of
any kind. These chromates are noncon
ducting, but the metal cloth starts the arc
and the intense heat reduces the chromate
to a chromate of the metal used. These
pencils burn at the rate of one-eighth of an
inch an hour wben the current is properly
controlled. New York Times.
Robkrt McrtinrsKY, Moline, 111.
I have been under treatment for catarrh for a
ittle over one month, and all thene dii'irexj'ine
eymptoms have diappcare-, and I can heartily
recommend all oimilnrly afflicted to take a course
of treatment. 1 am perfectly ratified with the
reunite in my cae."
SCOTT MEDICAL, INSTITUTE.
It should take from two to three months to enre
a bad cine of caMrrh, ulthonh many cases have
neen entirely cured in one month. uw IB the
most favorable time of the y nr fr the treatment
of catarrh. Patient troubled with catarrh tak 11s
treatment under the iNive condition!" who are not
cured in that ienpth of time will b tkeateb
THEitKAFTKtt FRKic until they ars cured
$5.00 A MONTH-
All rationtt lilacinir themselves under treatment
be f ore May 1st, will be treated nntil cured at $5
a .north. This include contiillulion, examina
tion, treatment and mi'dicine for all patients ai.d
for ad disere. Positively no more will be
charged under any circumMancos during the re-
ni under or tnimontu. This 5 card will only
apply to case applying for treAtmeQi daring this
rRCAi.TiEs C'atarhr. Kve. Enr. Xiwc. ThroaL
Lnng! and all forms of Chronic Di?ea e. no mut
ter how loni; i:anding. No case taken where Ihtre
is any dnu-a cf a couijdcte cure.
Snec'uJ a'tuntioii givuo to .is-a?es of women
SCOTT MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
031ce Ilonr?- 9 to 11 a. m ., 2 to 4 p. m . 7 'o 8 p.
KtMms 5 and fi Kvan bl:tck. over B'i-t in store.
corner Seeoi.d and lirady streets, I"o office hours
A new and complete Treatment, cnr-ifting of
np;w-itories. Ointment in Capful s, also in box
and pills; a I osit ve cure forex'.ernal. internal,
blinit or bleedtntr ltchine. chronic, rocetit or he
reditary piles, Female Weakness and many other
diseases; it it a'wayi. a creat benefit to the gec
eral 'calth; the flrnt discover? of a medical cure
reiideriiic an operation with the knife unnecess
ary hcrenilcr; tliis remedv has dever been known
tofau: $1 per box, 6 f or US ; vent by mail. Why
puffer from thin terrible di-case when a written
trnarjntee is pssitivcly Riven with 6 bottles t J re
fund tie money if not cured: send stamn for free
sample; guarantee issued b? our ifrenu
JaPAKESE LIVER PFLLKTS
Acts like matic on the Momach, liver and bow -Is,
dispels dyspepsia, biliousness f.'ver, co'd, ner
vous disorders, sleeplessness, loss of ap; etile, re
stores the complexion; perfect digestion follows
their use ; positive cure for Sick Headichc and
constipation; small, mild, easy to take; laric
vials of 50 pills 2." cents, llartz & Itabnscn, sole
agents, Kock siand. Ills.
Deliver to all Houses
PURE CHANNEL ICE
Out at Watertown.
Bock Island Office. Idoline Cffi:e.
ISO Third Ave.
There are said to be as few trees in Nan :
tucket as ther; are snakes in Ireland, of
which there noiv exist only three species..
Nantucket was once well wooded, but the'
inhabitants are reported to have cnt the
trees down just for the fun of the thing.
Dignity is a kxkI thing, but if you are in
the rear of a bit crowd and wish to see the
procession don't stand on' it. bet ou a
barrel. 1 '
Queen Victoria's crown, kept with other!
royal regalia under strong guard at the old;
tower, is worth 1600,000. I
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
Succeeds the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 1869
5 PER CEXT. MEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Organised under State Laws.
Open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from 7 to 8.
Porter Skikhkr., - President
U. A. A iks worth, - Vice-President
c. F. Hbmbnwat, - - Cashier
Porter Sklneec . b, W. Wheelock,
C. A. Hose, H. A. Ains worth,
O. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrei? Friberg, c. F. Htmenway,
WE MAKE OUR
Their backs, and even the office cat
spits when it hears our prices.
Ladies' Front Lace and Button Shoes, Pat. Tip and trimmed, worth
Ladies' Fine Cloth Oxford Tie,
Finest Oxford in the city,
See our Line of Low Cut Shoes at $2.00, $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00.
Gentlemen, we have the best Shoe for the money, ....
Kusset Shoes, all styles, Ladies' Russet Oxford, ....
Men's and Ladies' Tennis Shoes,
Base Ball and Bicyle Shoes, Wigwam Slippers, etc.
All the novelties in Red, Goat, Pat. Leather and Cloth m- Shoes and Oxfords f..r
wakes child birth easy.
Col via. La- Dee. 2, 1S86. My wife osed
MOTHER'S FRIEND before her third
confinement, and says she would not bo
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Pent bv express on receirjt of price. 1.50 per bot
tle. Book " To Mothers " mailed free.
BRAOFIEL.O REQULATOR CO.,
ron sals mr kt Dnuooiara. ATLANTA GA.
SOLO 3T HUTZ & BaHNSK
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKB
Will Cure any
f SOO neirard for ui
injurious aubttane found
In the Capsalaa,
Jt Arm a. m
Moner refunded if not
a we aay. Sent poaipaid
on receipt oi price,
NORMAN LIOHTY. FAMILY Ohimist.
Dec Moines. Iowa.
For sale b all drumristt. llartz Js. Bannen.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN" IV WITff
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 tie
same at our premises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
SPECIAL CUT ON SMOKED MEATS:
Choice Sugar Cured Hams,
(W These prices are for Cash only.
v'h5'TaTIff fpostoqearks when the boat
atle jiricesof The l'eru t'heruiia! O.. pre
pnrca irora ire I'rrifrripiKm! -i ir. v iti
inms.a payiiriaa-! wortd-witie repute t
YflllMC lirU uTerint from Seminal
I UUtlU LLfi and Nervous Deh.lur
Ijisa cf Memory, iWsiHiodenov. etc-
lrvii! early inrtifcretioriftor uthor 4-aittes; al!o
iu ad vtnreof thnir Ten rx K Mi
nor and Blnddt r trouMei. etc., will find our Mo thud
n tcure the " Viveailruents. ir.Villmnis.
whohasuiu special attntKn to these
!dim'a"e furmany yeflrs.prervnbcs Stmi
nal rustillea which act directly upon the
diteacd orpnn,ad rosUre viror better
than Stomach Metftctnea. as they are not
chaniie of diet or interruption. ubtarieaa.
eitntiiiK fntiu a..uuttf 15.(11, uhh1 viih ui
1 ft I IlltlT MUMM f . irim .HI wua r i. T .-
WtUiamV priTate nraelfee. Give tbim"a'tri.-ii
PFPIFIf Un CI lrtlieKiilneyitai,dBl:ulJwcai-i
OI LUII lit RU.CI reeent canes In rw Ui f.ur 1av
5VFRIMP F!'ir,PP,l!( Sure Oii-ft.-al' l.inuii;
'. . LillUL Lb I til I fliU Female tveakr.e. e.c.
va.l or write fMrOHIniofrueaud lulurniAiioii
wl'SUiUcff nthe. Ailing.
TME PCF'J C-e.IC'. CO.,
; E.C. FRAZER S I
I " ANTHRACITE. COAL. I JAU
fV-N. f TO O DAY8.
r ...rww WWV.C rwi
Will not nAimr
I STRICTURE, aicnol
L I BlB W NO PAIN, NO ST AW. I
FULI. INSTRUCTIOtia WITH EACH I
3TTLC at all otnraoirra.
centm Chfmloal Co,
wikv ua reona. .
T. H THOMAS. Sole Aeent,
dla - U0. P.
IfSwaTaram ABTsxrmvv Bttuao '10 Sprao
I treet. where mant-
t aootrt may
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone N3. Ilu3. lTJ TLirJ Ae.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Go,
Manulactnrers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line cf Platform and other Srrlrp Wacon?. espee.a.'y sis;'-' -1? -e
Weetera trade, cf enperior workmanphlp and iiuirh. llnitrutcd 1'rici 1.: f"' "L
application. See the MOLINK WAGON before purci.a?ii..i.
Preparitory to moving in our new quarters oa S-jveateentli
street, back of Thomas' drugstore,
UIUDBRHII.Im & CLASS,
Will set as fine a table to their boarders as any house in the
city, having 20 cases of fine canned goods of all kinas.
If you want a good meal call on them at 1611 Sec
ond avenue, next door east of Loosley's store.
hiAfinuuu Hta i mtu if
tea ruarnnfee to cure all nervous . diaea.-e. fiirh : , 'w!ii ' B
UiMOf Brain I'owiT. Ilea.taetie. Wakefulnesi.. l-ist i.-'u''
aions. Nervoamem. l.a!ilude. all drains and l.f '".'".'L ..... ..r H''!
Ornansln either fx eauxe'l by over exertion, y.iulliru i"
1 Organs In either -r cause'! by over exertion. jmuii..
1 use of tobacco. oniutu or stimulants wiiicn f-m "", 'M.llt. l i
tionanainiRiiiiy: "P'""'" , m... nn"-n ...' ' u
axroajs jjto iittkk vimnu. ornju,u tluttumty. Circular free, duress Aerte Stt
For tale in Rock island by Hart & Bahnsen. 3d Ave,'anJ w
BB0TH2BS. M Wmn SUKcvTork. Trice 60 ct. I