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every a rem nc for 144c per week.
ANTKD -Dttlnc rooma'rls at the St. Jamc;
uotc, i?a vet: port.
ANTKD . few good boarder in private
family. No rOtt Nineteemh -t eet.
WE offer agents big money, in exelntive terri
tory; or new putt-nt Sale M 1 M ri . tit in city
or country; tew agta In IBC fl.'M actually set
tint; rich; one agent in o. e day cleared fS'l: o
caujo'j; ca'a'.oirtic free. Ai.riSK Saps Co. No.
NB-m, c'a-u -ttoet. Claelnaa i, o.
WANTED A 2r?t-e. Salesman in every
town or city wi bin 800 miles of Chicago to
fell real estate in one o( the bett-tocated suburbs
in Chicago; old on e.isy monthly laftataaeatSj
Will pay large commission a d expni'v t i and
from tfce extf in showing the iroperiy; only men
of large influence and i.rquainTance where they
reside need apply; the lies; of reference rvim reii
Wallace O, Clara A Co., room 411, 104 Dearborn
E. E. I'AKMEnIerT
ATTOHNEY AT LAW Office in Mitchell Jfc
Lyr.de's new block.
JACKSON k HUKST.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office la Uocs Islanc
i'lSatioca: Bank Bail Hag, Rock Island, 111.
8. o. swbxsit. 0. " wnsmi
SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND CUVNSELI.ORS AT LAW
(Wea la Bengaton'l 'lock. Rock Island. 111.
MtENIRY 4 MoENIKY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on coo:
secnr'.tv. make collections, Hcferer.c. Mitel. -el.
Jt Lyase, baakera. Office in Pototace block.
8. W. ODEL' ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of rort Ry:on.
and dartaa tba past two yean arJth the firm of
Browning A BBtrtkon a Moline. has now opened
an office in :he Auditorium bui.dlcg. room 5, at
E, 1, SAM, M. I.
Office oyer Krel'. & Math's Restaurant.
In office at all hours.
CWSpccial Office Hours : 9 to 11 a. m., 4 to 4
and T to I p. m.
Telephonc No. 124.
DRS. BICKEL &SCHQEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-31.
DR. E. B. JOHNSTON,
Office. 223 Brady St.. Davenport.
(Ovei: Reynolds Jfc GifFor.u's.i
( to 4 p. m.
Diseases ofWomen a Specialty.
Drs. Myers & Holderead,
Physicians and Silicons,
CI tx cialtle Surgery ami Diaeaces of Women
Corner Second ayenne and Fifteenth street
Telej bone, lf-w. OSee hoara ereabu e
Dr My. r, from 10 to S3 am ar A :l to .", pta : Son
nay 1? to 1 ; residence tad aye: telephone MOO,
Dr. BoMeretd, from to in am and l to am ;
Sunday. P:-ji to 1" ;j : residence a; office; tele
R, M, PEARCE,
Hoim '. ia MitcHe'.'. & Lynde's r.ew;bloca.
DR, J, E, HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted wlthont pain by the new
No IT'.O Second avena?. over Krel. Math's.
Hc7rc lata aflMBg other tIm-2-tr:2d and vre
irawc ?:rj Insaraccc Cotnpauici he foiloyriui;
Royal laaaraac Company, of England.
Wecheter Kire Ins. I'ompany of N. Y.
Butlalo German Ine.Co., Bnffalo, N. Y.
Rom st?r firman In". Co., Rochef.er, N. Y.
'.liie-.s In- Co.. o' Pitt, nrrft. Ho
Man Fire O.H:c. London.
Union Ins. Co., Of OallfMtsSa.
Security Fa. 0 1.. New nivsn. Co-.n.
Mtlw.inkes Mechanics Inf. 0.. Milwaukee. Wn
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
Office Or 18th St., and Sacosd Avo
ROOK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
TO-- ol 1 Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Kates as Iowa, any reliable company can afford
Yonr Patronage i' solicited.
ML ST. ARniW'S
la the Safest and Sureet Rcmt ily ever discovered
for all the unnatural dincharg.H and Private
DisKas'.h of Men and the debilitating weakness
peenllar to women. It has never failed to cure
the moat obstinate case. In men. In from 3 to 6
days. (Nothing that makes quicker claims is
safe.) I t ie convenient to carry and handy to
use ao bottle or spoon to annoy you. Kemeni
ber, we guarantee It. Price SI.OO per box. Com
plete instructions with each box. If the drug
fist you ask for Or. (it. Armaad's French Cure
has not got it. don't, let hira lool you with his
oily tongue by selling you something else in
stead, bat asud price to us and we will forward
to you by mail, in plain, unmarked box. Wo
nlso treat pi'l-nts by mall. Address TBS
HAZZARAK HKDICINE CO., S.O South bau
gacion Bbraat, Chicago, III
An Foster Celebration In Atheaa.
It is la?.- on Saturday night that the nal
Easter eel bration takes place in AthensV
An iminense crowd fills all the ap
proaches to the cathedral and such parta
of the church as am not kept clear. With
out a raisi 1 platform has been erected and
decorated with evergreens.
In the catbednU the royal princes, the
minister of state and the high function
aries of the kingdom assemble to attend
the midtii:;ht service. As the hour of mid
night np roaches the metropolitan, with
his a.ssi.-it: tits, preceded by the cross and
baunera, adrance vritb lighted tapers. The
various notabilities light their taped from
that of tin archbishop, and so the sacred
fire is com Dtmicated tu the crowd.
As the n idnight hour sounds and Easter
succeeds ti e last day of Ix-nt the metro
politan, a blaze of silver and trold. with his
tiara, the diver jrosiH-1 and the episcopal
crosier, aacends the platform outside the
church an 1 proclaims to the assembled
Pople the tidings, "Christ has risen!"
Ii' mon ent all the bells are ringing far
and nr.v. Hands of music strike up, guns
are disehaaged, rockets asreud, Bengal
Ores are lights and the sparkle of tapers
spreads f r m hoa to house, and from
street to street, till tv,. whole citv is alive
with soun. and flame. The clergy return
to the church, and the E.v,ter ritual con
tinues, long and tedious.
Now the long fast is over, iim the pco.
pie. Who for the last two or three days
have taste no food but bread and oliVes
and a lift e black coffee, and who have
many of them on Good Friday observed
literally th I rule to Buffer no food to pass
their lips between sunrise and sunset, are
released fa m their probation and feasting
Fires an kindled, over which early on
Easter morning the Iambi are roasted
whole. The ceremony i over. Only the
greeting, Christ has risen!" and the
answer, "He is risen indeed!" are in every
mouth. "Customs and Lore of Modern
limiting for a Prince.
In the tat er half of the Sixteenth cen
tury the li tle province of Transylvania
was in a state of revolution and consequent
disorder. Finally there came a time when
there was i o ruler, ami the Turkish sul
tan seta wo 1 to Ali Pasha, then at Maros
Vasarhely, that, come what might, a
prince of Transylvania must be elected.
Ali Pasha, waa in a quandary. He stood
at his wind) W, as the story runs, meditat
ing upon his sovereign's commands, not
knowing wl at to do, and yet afraid to do
nothing, when he saw a tall, strong man
crossing the market place.
At that time, and especially in that
country, a strong arm was the best patent
of nobility. At home Ali Pasha had seen
the lowest s aves lifted to places of power.
He sent a m wsenger into the market place
with Instructions to bring the tall, strong
man into 1 is presence. The order was
Obeyed, and aa the stranger entered he was
greeted wit :i the words, "You must be
prim e of Transylvania!"
''I!" exclaimed the astonished prinee
elcrt. "I: 1 know nothing about govern
ment! I can't read or write! I am a
"No matt -r for that." said Ali Pasha;
"a man may In- an excellent regent though
he cannot re id."
Hut the butcher was not ambitious, and
"If you w; nt a man as prince of Tran
sylvania." he said. "I can tell you of one
who has no equal If you will let us go
and find bin . I will lead you."
With 800 Turkish horsemen Ali Pasha
and the but her rode to Malmkrog and
surrounded the castle f Michael Apaffi,
whom they 1 ailed at mice as prince, car
ried to Man s Vasarhely, and proclaimed
as a regent This was in 1661, and the
prince thus chosen remained in power tin
til his death, in 10'JO. Youth's Companion.
Cowboys Hake a Conductor "Daaee."
A band f cowboys in Montana had long
noticed a course i behavior on the part of
a Northern Paeitir train conductor which
they determined not to tolerate. The con
ductor did the worst thing, in a cowboy's
opinion, that any man could do he acted
like a dude; e "put on style." He actu
ally went -o ar as to swing himself nil the
cars before they stopped, and. with one
arm extend. and head offensively erect,
would shout: "Dinglevilie! All "out for
Dinglevillel" His whole manner was arti
ficial, affected and unbearable.
This being toticed -and no one is quicker
to notice the Hollow trickery of an eastern
man than cowboys are the boys- decided
to "take him own." So one day they as
embled m tl e station platform in a semi
circular line, into the curve of which he
must run as he leaped from the moving
cars. The Ci nductor did as he was ex
pected to, the cowboys surrounded him,
and he was b dden to dance.
"Dance!" tl ey shouted. "Dance, or we'll
shoot t he toe off you !"
At the Words each cowboy pulled his
pistol and began shooting down into the
platform planks, not exactly at the con
ductor's feet, but so as to narrowlv miss
them. They 'dazed away and lie danced.
until, alter In was all but exhausted
they had no n ore shots tn lire, they
mm go on with the train ami never "show
up" at Dingh ville until he could behave
like a man.- Julian Ralph in Harper's
Have No Equal.
Allcock's Porous Piasit ra have attained
a world-wide reputation solely upon their
superlative merits. They have would-be
rivals, but have never been equalled or
even approached in rmratlM n.,.,..!
aud rapidity and safety of action. Their
value has been attested by the hishest
medical authorities, as well as by un
impeachable testimonials from those who
have us d them, and ;tbey are rec
ommended as the best external remedy
for weak back, rheumatism, sciatica
colds, coughs, sore throart, chest and
stomach affections, kidney difficulty,
weak muscles, strains t:t .ho . .1 u..I
, 1 v.v..uvc, qlu ucuca
and pams of every description.
Beware of imitHtionQ u,i ,n . 1...
. " W UUl UV
deceived by misrepresentation. Ask for
aiicock s, ana let no solicitation or ex
planation induce you to accent a.iba.i.
What the Hon. George G. .
regHrd to the superiority of the cuc.
berg's diamond and non-chant'cable sv-.
"1 am using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Hirschberg and they are the
best I ever tried; it affords me great
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirschberg
as an excellent optician, and his classes
are simply unequalled in tin excellence.
G G. Vkst."
These spectacles arc for sale by T. H.
Thomas, ageut for Kock bland.
F01 beauty, for comfort, fur improve
ment of the complexion, use only Poz
oni's Powders there i- nmbite owl to
Miss Lcttie Jluntlvy,
Is the sister of Mr. W. S. Huntley, of
Cortland, N. Y.. a well known car
penter and builder. Her frank state
ment below gives only the absolute
truth concerning her illness and mar
velous recovery by the aid of Hood's
Sarsaparilla. She says :
"C. I. Hood & Co . Lowell. Mass.:
"Dear sir: Twelve years ago I began to
have hemorrhages and four years ago became
so low that the physicians told mo
There Was No Hope
and I should soon die. I could not be moved
from my bed. Under my face were napkins
continually reddened with blood from my
mouth. I could ciii nothing and had no
acUpn 01 the bowels for a week. The doctors
said the cause was ulcers in the stomach. At
UMS tune my mother said she wanted to make
one more trial, and asked It I would take
iiooa s Sarsaparuia. 1 told her it would he
A Waste of Money
but finding it would comfort her. 1 began tak
ing it. In a few days the bloating began to
subside. I seemed to feel a little stronger, but
thought it onlv fanev. I wns so weakl Could
only take ten drops ol Sarsaparilla at first.
In two weeks 1 w as able to -it up a few min
utes even oay In a month I -ould walk
nrro ih room. One day 1 asked what
they were to have for dinner, and siiid I
wanted something beam. Mv mother was
so happy she cried. It was the
First Time i had Felt Hun
gry for Two Years
I kept on With Hood s Sarsaparilla ami in six
mouths was as well as ever in ray life. It is
now four years since I recovered, and I have
not had a day's sickness since, nor any hemor
rhage. If ever a human being thanked the
pood Lord on bended knees it was 1. I know
that Hoods Sarsaparilla. and that alone,
unquestionably sny-i my Life."
Mewrs. Sawyer a Jennings, the well known
drutcglsts of Cortland, say tbatHas Haatley is
a highly respected lady; her statement of what
Hai done for her is worthy the highest confi
dence." Hood's Tills cure Liver Ills.
The Prince of Wales' private study at
Sandringham is anything but pretentious.
It is one of ;lw smallest rooms in the
house and i.s Ut by a large single window.
The woodwori is of all light oak and the
walls ami ceiling of a neutral tint. Then
are no hangings, no bric-a-brac, no orna
ment of any .ind, no soft ruj;s even on
the oaken tlor. The principal piece of
furniture is a solid. Square oaken desk, at
which the pr nee writes all his private
The prince'i waste basket is odd. It is
from a design 'urnisbed by his royal high
ness and resen bles a huge chimney pot.
hat. There ar no looks in the room, but
a huge eollecti n of pipes and cigars is ar
ranged on shel . es. a telephone connects
Sandringham with Marlborodgh House,
and is lixed by the side of the study
The husk of
perhnents to t
thrown Into a t
ing mixed with
ly Imiled they f.
full of glutino
was then plac
as to separate l
A compact in;
tuined. which b
New York Tele
from ( nrnhusks.
ndian corn i.s being used in
re of paper. In some ex
st this use the husks were
otary boiler, and after be
eaustic soda and thorough-
rtn a kiml of spongy paste,
is substance. This paste
:d in a hydraulic press, so
he gluten from the fiber,
ss of IiIkt was then ob
worketi in various ways.
lli.troj That Smrll of ., i-l :ig, .
A bit of chin coal put in the saucepan
with cabbage destroys tjnich of the dis
screeable odor usually pervndintf the at
mosphere at sm h times. New Y '.rfc Journal.
Deliver to all Houses
PURE CHANNEL ICE
Out at Water town.
Sock Island Offise. Moline Office,
lilt phone 12ls
I-JfUi Tiunl Ave
'i eiephone ilia
yy K Wl AK
or Hr M Mi
TT . jraiJ Ol'l.l! tlA.1rl thrt.aurh IV.
mn DIM Ilr IltiW orfcXt KSSQ
aa to O" y, hk i , no, n,
CltCTRIS BELT AMD SUSPEasmt
M.I .tr .1 limikl .-sl Uric hnb, him, 15.
....,.. .urr.nm ..T ,T :. Trust, a1; H'KAK
lljlrir li.rr.nl f.H l.,.i,l,. ... ,..:,. c . ..1 I. .'.A
5"" r ti. a.,) Up. Tm
s ' i ; n Mr. I rre.
I aaaBRE yfUMAl, KEIVSSi
8tkAT TFrBwiil f runs,
STC;H utoir.ATtcn, sii uacti.
Ti'STt n OS'PtdrtVl'lT. i o pm
avaflaaat cr tm, t rats
oli v a-ffU o,
:..r :. 'i --.f
r wi r - ,tr
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR.
Plane and apcrintendence for all claas of
Rooms 53 and 55, Mitchell ft Lyade bailding
With every TEN DOT T arc
i . o wUim 0j
I 1 I I I I i T TTrrx II it '71 I
LfVJUVII A f- 1 I C?0tl -. -r-v , , I J r. V - vr
r tor one vear ,
I If . T II 111 I v . A- I ! " -
ri i i iiit . i i iiiiiiiiir s-v . i
i ' i j e leu ii l j i i i i ; i v i riu ina
We give you a ticket and punch out the amount of your purchase
you have purchased SI 0.00.
. . bc- Sure and get a Ticket. Aln k- .
All the latest and most poi , .
r stv es in Ox ', r k
Our $23S Odd Lot Sale still com
and Fine Shoe:
1623 Second avenue, under Rock Island H
many women suffer fom Excess'Ve or
Scant Menstruation; they don't know
who to confide ia to get proper advice.
Don confide in anybody but try
aSpacific lor PAINFUL, PROFOSE,
SCANiY, SLPPRESStD und IRREGULAR
Book to "WOMAN" rr.ailrd free
BRADFIELO FEGULAT0R CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
SmM bj u!l !,ruecl.t.
iiit z.: .fysaanaaaaQscfiBHaBHaa
SOLD 3Y Hi :TZ 4 BiSNShlN
IT WILL NOT
IF YOU TAKB
WE ARE ALWAYS TN" IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns aflti Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties - as
liavine them ston at iheir Txno -jii ,.i
--.. kj, mil 1 . , . -,..!-
same at our premises.
MUNHOE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
Will Cur rv
J 00 Kfward for aay
iaiurious substanca foand
in i:ire 'ipiulei.
it wo tay. Sent Dostpald
on rrceinC of orlea. -
NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY Cmchit,
Des Molnaia. Iowa.
Vnr -.', lw a', druii;itt. Ilariz Jc Batinscn.
TO THE IFFy OTEO !
BJ paj l'i:f''c,'tnfni.-i,-iisTii.nt,:rioj
BMdlcal treatOMTLteaa t-e had for reason
nllo t.rir. s, i Tin- IVrui'!n miP3lCo n-
p:irii from the preacttpttona of Dr. '.vh.
':in:i.n ih Htetaaof trorld-yrk3 n':nt
Loss it llamory. DaaoufMSencv. mut
raspaarly IndlflcrctlonsorotiMr runcs: aij
MIDDLE-AGED MEN SSoflSe,'!
noy nnd Blaitdertrcttibles, etc., will And oar Method
-t i reatnenl n tv, Cntarn nnd Bpeecty CCUH
r.' U-ur- tt.o-N vcnilntent.. Dr.Willfaim
Nrno turn i x -ikm-i.-i' f-.tt. i -; these
diseases for iiihivv.- rs.rr"wr Tvo.n..
IWl PktStUlea wliirh :ti t dins'f ,v ii'N.r. ri,.
Uian Stomaeh Mori"ino?. m they an :? .t
eha 'il'i i bytberastrieiufteeaUHl req usr' ,. .
l tif diet or iutcmipti' n In bminMn
SPECIAL CUT ON SMOKED MEATS:
Choice Stigr Cured Hums,
Bacon, - ...
" Dried Beef, - - . n,
Boneless Ham, - - i
ST'- - fie - an :' ir c::-:. only.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled . Telephone No. 1103. 1700 T
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Mo i ink, III.
UflUC TOP iTlirilT I':;
.-.iiiK i mm KLMitoflSuBp, used - ah an
rni.inKMir, n(orovcr i.'h. : rear i..".
'FRIfiP FinoroaiP - -
"""- uw hi. I HIV Female . . ,i: .
ru.ui. Kher . Ura
ThE PIri' E:"1C'. CO.
V.'cr. .... k ?'
The Moline Wagon Co.
E. G. F R A ZE R J
aaVa W!LLNOT cause MmM
STRICTURE, ask fcoJ
a SJBJ Bio. Q so pain, no stajm Kl
aV 1 ac-T-ii ::.hmzm .
Manufacturers of FARM. sprtnPt an?) FRKmHT waqo
ill and complete 'ire of Platform an.1 other Sj.ririt Wairons aapeetatlj i lap I
crtera tiade. t fojierior wotkmaaafcl:. and SciA. Illaetiabed Prlci ; - -apimcatioD.
Sec the MOLINE w.v.hn 'K-fore parchaeli
Preparatorj- to moving in our new quarters on Seven
street, back of Thomas' drugstore,
UNDERHILL & GLASS,
Will set as tine a table to th-ir boarders as any hotis- in the
city, having 20 cases of fine canned goods of all kin
if you want a good mel call on them at 1611 Sec
ond avenue next door east of Loosley's store
T. K THOMAS, Sole Agent.
ltret). whore adyer
I jii-iT 3mtrat may
W it m
.! ronr.i aa
& c GEO. P.
- KONEI.l. JO'd
Bcitui' 'in epruce
m tf"r MANHOOD RESTORED!' ' "
I fmw rr LmT Of Brat n Vow r, Ilml iohc. Viih-fulc. Ma' h
a . , ic
BiroEE & its n riNii.
ior! N;-hi- r.
V v .;i !.-. I ixitnl.. iillfirain aiut trtti f rni ri I
Orcar.fi tn e ther iex ca'.?': i t y v. r i irriu n. yi:th:: i r- ' -l
, I let H'li', opium i r r-tiimi r.n h .-- r. N -:i :r r r ..
tun ind It,u:i .? Iut up c nrpnit'Cl . r.rrT In V9t podtel
' ! r y mni' ti f. V f.. VV;th T.ry i - erw ' i u nf.v i r .
. ; IMA .;. .(. UtrcnUtf l.-t jr. - c t'-i v .-
For 8h In Rx;k island by Kurtz & Bahn?P3. 31 Ave. "am. 20th vtj i