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every ere in for M!c per week.
WANTED -Biting roomg'rls at the St. James
WANTED A few good boarders in private
family. No. jOti Nineteenth street.
E. t. FARMER fEBj
ATTOHNF.Y AT LAW-Offlco in Mitchell Jfc
Lyinlc r.i !!ock.
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS T LAW. Office in Rock Island
Nations: Bank Building , Rock Island, 111.
B D. BWKSSrr. C. L. HH1B
SWEENEY ft WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
0ce it Bengston's Slock, Rock Island, 111.
MiEMRY ft McEXIRT,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on good
security, maka collections, Referei.ee. atitct
el'. Lynde. hankers. Offlocin PostoSca block.
S. W. ODEL' ,
ATTORNEY AT I. AW Formerly of Tort Byron,
and tertaf lae past two year with the tlrm of
Inntac A KntriV. 1 :; Molim-. ha row op.-ned
an office .' . - . sditoriun bahdiBg, room 5, at i
E. mTSALA, Mi D. "
Office evvr Kre'.'. MuhV Rejiaurant.
In office at all hours.
V ;. c ... Office Hoar: 9 to a. m., 2 to 4
and 7 to J r- -
DR. E. B. JOHNSTON,
Office. 223 Brady St Davenport.
Orn Reynolds A GirroRi"e.)
mui.,1 From !t to 14 a. m.
HUIRS .. .Jto4 p m
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
Drs. Myers & Holderead,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Specia'.t'.cs Sr.reery and Diseases of Women
Conier .-oua avenue and Fifteenth strict
Telepbona, lf43. Office hours (.-veilings
7 to 9.
Dr. Vn rs, from 10 to 1? am and 3 to : ;m : 8a
darlttol; resilience tod ro: telephone lino.
Dr. Hoidt rea.i. froni B to to am ami 1 to o pm ;
Sunday. it' :o 20 3 ; residence at office : te.e
R, M, PEARCE,
Room M .c M. che.. & Lrr.de" ? new, block.
DR. J, E. HAWTHORNE,
Tec extracted without pain by ttc new
No 17. C ?.:ondavenn-:. ov.r Kre'.'. Math's.
DRS. B'CKEL &SCHQEMAKER
Mitche.. &. Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-31.
A. D, HUESiNG.
Represents, lav; other ilme-med anc we;
known Fire Insurance Companies hefollowinc:
Roya. Intr.rance Company, of Enelanrt.
Wesche-ter Fire las. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German In. Co., Rochosicr, S. Y.
Citiiens Ins. Co.. of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bun Fire Oflce. London.
Union Ins Co., of California.
Security Trip. Cv... New H iven, Co'.ic.
jtliw&ukee Mechanics Ins. Ox, Milwaukee, Wir
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria. 111.
Office Cor. 18th St., and SvconJ Ave
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The od Tttt and Timo-trkd Companies
Loss5s Promptly Paid.
Rate. a 'ow a- any reliable compiny car afford
Your Patruiiaee i solicited.
Deliver to all Houses
PURE CHANNEL ICE
Cut at Watertown.
Bock Island 081:3.
"Co.nmTiiTi-i k House.
1-20(1 Tmrd Ave.
Children Cry for
A PROTEST AGAINST BLACK.
Widows in Mourning Are Said to ICndan
gfer Th. ir Lives or Invite Disease.
Almost eery one lias some knowledge of
hygiene as regards diet, and we find people
denying ttu mselves many dainty and tooth
some dishc a of which they are exceedingly
food heCnnae their effect upon tlie system
Is not salutary. Formerly the principal
study of tba subject was from the stand
point of as? imitation and the consequent
building up of the physical structure aud
a conservation of the vital forces in ordei
to enjoy a condition oT health. At the
present time, with enlarge) i.-ws and
more exten-ive kuowledgeof all that per
tains to a lu altliy life and the maintenance
of the requisite conditions for its enjoy
ments, tlie t rm has assumed a signilicance
and breadth of meaning not hereioforu
ascribed to i. as it now extends into the
intellectual, moral and spiritual influences
which effect our lives.
We laik of the liarbarous practice of
Asiatic women who immolated themselves
on the fmar mi pyre of their husband, but
do not we, u ider similar circumstances of
bereavement, so order our three aatoreev
ier them bat a lingering suicide' Xota
Madden flash a quick stroke, and have it all
ended in a daze of glorious grief, but a
H-lf inflicted torture, which wears away
the health and life slowly, but surely, day
As soou as the loved companion is dead,
the inconsolable widow betakes herself to
weeds of deepest black, which she wears
henceforth t commemorate her sorrow for
the death of her husband. This is in di
rect violation of all hygienic rules, as black
necessarily pioductive of decay and death.
This is demonstrated by placing plants in
the dark, where they weaken, fade and die,
for light is essential to their well being.
If we incase our bodies in black, so that
the sunlight cannot penetrate onr cloth
ing, carrying its stimulating effect to the
skin, thereby exciting it to healthy action,
the result is disastrous, for the circulatory
and nervous meteilie need the vivifying in
fluence of tht action of light upon their
terminals situated in the derma, or true
skin, ami whi h if deprived -f this life giv
ing element will become enervated and
unable to properly perform their functions,
the whole orauism suffering in conse
quence. It is ahvajs hygienic to live simply,
naturally and wholesomely; psychically to
be brave, honest and pure, to feel kindly
and fraternally toward ail humanity, and
to think the highest and noblest thoughts
Df which we a -e capable, tlicsearcsalutary
and vitalizing in the best sense of the term;
anything less 'ends to demoralization, ile-
bility, disease mil death. Laura I.. Ran
dolph. M. D., :u Chicago Woman's News.
Health in Plenty Of AYork.
Fashion wei rs out more women than
work does. In Italy the panacea far broken
town fashionables is work. Their physi
cians advise the pale sisters to don "the
peasant's drew and assume their mode of
life in all reetiects, and they generally re
turn rivalsin health to their Mends who
have languished out a season at the sea
side, etc Knti-ranyof the homes of fash
i.n and idleness, and you will find a pale.
thin mistress i avying the plump form and
roses of Bridget in the kitchen, wbentben
is nothing eati lg into her comfort and life
but the fash; mable insidious disease of
"nothing to do. " There is no surer recipe
for keeping tie yes bright, checks rosy
and heart light than occupation. Fashion
is a slew hut si. re dcat !i to the nervous sys
tem a sacritic ng of high resotvea and no
ble essentials to a mental and physical
health for the (-olden covering of the wood
en image. Boi ily power grows in strength
when associated with helpful occupation.
Air and Ugl t are absolutely necessary
for the health activity of the vesicles of
the skin. It i.- natural to love fresh air;
unnatural to s mt ourselves up in closed
rooms It is n; tural t covet the Users of
the sun. unnatural to live in parlors with
drawn curtain . It is natural to sleep
soundly; utmat ir.il to dissipate, the result
being wakefulness after retiring; natural
for us to clothe ourselves beautifully and
healthfully, so every muscle is free to act
gracefully and igonmsly. The mast seri
ous feature in t le fashionable dress is tight
lacing, a practice most unnatural and
therefore most dangerous to health. Al
though the pre ah nce is not so great as it
was a few year ago, its continuance can
not lie doubted when we consult the fash
ion plates in ou: popular magazines.
How many women with strong, health
ful organizations, ashamed. I am sorry to
say. of their a nount of avoirdupois and
obedient to the siigL't . -tions of their dress
makers, or Ignorant at the fiist principles
of health, havi died from th. -e effects,
only the great d ly of account will disclose,
and still the suicidal work goes on. Ar
thur's Home Mi razine.
Faces .f V omea and C hildren.
"How very fev - women eeeiu able to keep
their faces in a natural slate if repose, es
pecially when they. -.re tu the street!" said
a gentleman th other day. "Hardly a
single ierson tl at you meet will have a
pleasing expresiion If our pretty girls
could only be id Might to realize how com
pletely it destn s their good looks either
to simper or BOOS 1 they would pay more at
tention to the i ultivatiou and control of
their features, '."o appreciate the true lu
dicraUBneSB of the expression of the major
ity, one has only to walk down the block
on Twenty-third street, between Sixth and
Fifth avenues, on a bright day when the
feminine world i- out shopping. The vari
ety of cxpreBsior is marvelous and most
"Kvcry etnotion save that of pleasure
seems to be depicted there are features
set and tense with determination, scowling
brows, grim moi ths, iicrplcxity, anxiety,
pnekered eyebrows all of these expres
sions may be seen on the unconscious faces
of these poor dr ssed up creatures, whose
finer- sometimes stands out iu startling
contrast to the less considered but far
greater essential, of a gentle and serene
countenance. The tendency to frown and
pucker up the f;ce in the light is very
common, even wlien the sight is strong
enough to hearth glare. Children should
not be allowed to contract this habit, as it
is very difficult to overcome when they are
"I know a fam ly of children in New
port," continued the old gentlemen, "who
drive around in a illage cart together, and
who, with their 1 jng. fair hair and pretty
features, ought to look like angels, and in
stead, with their r uckered faces and scowl-
ing brows, are completely spoiled. Kverj
chiM should bo t.iu.-l.r to look, it' not at
the sun itself, at least at the sannrsky,
with an unclouded, serene countenance."
New York Tribune.
How a Vt'ife Hhoul.l He Treate.l.
I should at all times extend to bet !u
attention and politeness due a queen, 1
should indulge her petty needs and crav
ings, and the larger ones to the full c -. ,t
of my exchequer, and if she wen-given to
extravagant ideas I would reason with iu r
calmly, not swear or curse at her, but show
her the limit of my resources, make a con
fidante and companion of her. She should
have all the luxuries of life that I enjoyed,
for a woman hates a selfish man. Sin.
should have her own opinion, for surely her
views are as dear to her as my own are to
me. Worried by the cares of business, '.c
should not lie annoyed by them, for 1 would
endeavor to leave my troubles on t he door
step, I should bid her adieu in the morning
with a kiss, and if I could not bring home
a smiling face in the evening I should re
main away until I could. I should not ex
pect too much of her, but ever remember
that, being a woman, she has the worst of
life from the cradle to the grave. I should
he careful as to her tiring of me, and sb ttld
not exclude her from all society, caging Iut
like a bird, but would freely allow her the
freedom she desired, relying on barb .1 1
If she were ill I should nurse I ten wt
In sorrow I should sympathize with :: .!
comfort her. 1 should have bet pathway
strewn with roses and her journey doe.
the stream of life only a pleasant dl
and wh.-n the final hour came 1 r 1
parture into the great beyond la; I. id
should be the last to smooth hei pi
and aa I feel this night 'twould I
to lie her part ner st ill. !:.is: :i ( L-.
A Mute Recovers Speech.
Alphonee HcruphliD, of Summit town
ship, Butler Co., Penn., made as Htlidavit
that his 12.ycarsold son who had
hnd St. Vitus dance for twelve years, lost
his speech, ws completely cured after
usine three bottles of Dr. Miles' Restora
tive Nervine, and and also recovered his
speccn. Thousands testify to wonderful
cures from usinf; it for nervous diseaet s,
dyspepsia, nervous debility, dullness, con
fusion of mind, headache, etc. Four
doses of this Nervine cured Mrs. V. E.
Burns, South Bend, Ind , who had. been
sufierinK with constant headache for
three months Trial bottle and elegant
book free at Hartz & Bahnsen's.
Hot Springs skin Soap.
Prepared principallv from the evap
orated waters of the Hot Sprit gs, Arkan
sas. Delightful for the toilet. The
healing powers of the Hot Springs of
Arkansas have long been known and rec
ocnized by the medical profession t.ii
over the country. The manufacturers
believe that ic presenting to the public
their Hot Springs Skin Soap, they have
given a word.-rful opportunity for pre
venting all kinds of skin disorders, and
believe that their p itrons will be well re
paid by its constant use. For sale by all
druggists, llartz fc Bihnsea wholesale
W oman has been Compelled to auffi r,
not only her ll!s, but thos;: arising
I from a want id' knowledge on the psrt of
j those with whom 'she stands connected.
In be mansions of the rich and hovels of
the poor, woman has been alike the pa
tient victim of ills unknown to mm. But
Dow the hour of her rcdenittiin ha
come. Bradfleld'a Female Regnlah r
cures all diseases peculiar to her sex.
Bold by Hanz & Bahnsen.
I can recommend Elv's Cream fi!m to
! all stiftertrs from drv catarrh from oer-
sonn! exoeriencc. Michael Iltrr. Pnar
I hail catarth of the head and. throat f r
five years. I used Ely's Ciam Balm, and
frm the first application I was relieved
The M-nse of smell, which had been lost,
wls n stored after using one bottle. I
h-.ve found the Balm the only satisf ctory
remedy for catarrh, and it-has i ffected
cr.ro in mv cane. U. L. Myer, Wavcriy,
"Thirj was an old man of Tobago,
lived on rice, gruel and sigo" 1c had
headache so bad. After he ui da bottle
of Salvation Oil. he could eat roast beef
and plum pudding t -iht.
is and will ever be the
Gout, Influenza. Backache,
' Pains in the Side, Chest and
Ijoints. Neuralgia, Sprains, &c.
Before you need to hnv, obta.n
FREE OF CHARCE-S
l the valuable book; "Guide to Health. "with j
endorsements ot prominent pcyaicians.
17 Warren Str..
Prize Medals Awarded !
European Houses: Eudolstadt, London,
ienca, rragus .nouerdam, uiten,
Nuremberg, EosBtein, Leipsio.
i 25 & 50 Cts. a bottle, For Sale by
J"id other dracsrists-
DR. ST. iKIAi)
la the Safest and Surest Itemedy ever discovered
for all the unnatural di-charg, s and I'hivate
Diseases op Men and the debilitating weakness
peculiar to wou.en. It has never failed to cure
the most obstluate cas in men, in from 3 to 6
days. (Nothing That makes quicker cloiniB la
safe.) It is convenient to carry and handy to
use no bottle or spoon to annoy you. Keioem
her, we guarantee it. Price eX.Su per box. Com
plete instruct ions with each box. If the drug
gist you ask for Dr. St. Armand's French Cure
has not got it, don't let bim fool you v i n nil
oily tongue by selling you something else in
stead, but send i rice to us and we will forward
to you by mail, in vlain, unmarked box. We
also treat patients by maiL Address THE
HAZZAKAK MKDIC1NF. CO., AM South b&n
ganion Street, Chicago, 111
bought, we will send to your address for one year the
popular Monthly Magazine,
We give you a ticket and punch out the amount of your purchas
you have purchased $10.00.
Be SURE and get a Ticket. Always bring your
ticket with vou.
All the latest and most popular styles in Oxford and Fine Shi
Our S2.) Odd Lot Sale still continues.
many women suffer f-om Excess'vr or
Scant Menstruation; they con I know
who co confide in to cct proper advice
Don conncfe in anybody but try
a Specific ior PAINFUL . PROFdSE.
SCANTY, SUPPRESSED aid IRREGULAR
Book to 'WOMAN" mailed free.
BRADFIEl.!J REGULATOR CO.. Allan's. Ca.
M by u'.l Irt.ctl.l.
&0L0 3T HI .fZ & 312SSE.'i
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKB
f MIO lleward for an.
injurious jhnanca fcucd
in ti- Ctpsulea,
Will Cure any
Mens, refunded if not
as we ss.. Sent postpal
on receipt 01 pries
NORMAN LiCHTY, FAMILY Cnimiit,
Des Moines. Iowa.
Fortalebs ah drujjUtt. Hartz Jc Bat: r. sen.
TO m AFFLICTED I
by pm Via fees to quacks wben th
m -tin a i pi ;itn i ,n ba bad : -r w
bin nr kwoi The IN ra bffiAicail i
PMM lVom the prcBscrtptskma ol
n -t Mi-ii. iy. DcsLadf?i:cv. er
t.'ja?earlj ln-livcrotit n r tjihrr ai-.i
MfDDLE-AGED MEN T " -:
li'T nnd I!l:idler trot, 1. !-, etc., will Bud OUT M'thu:
f Tr atnent a i-.lv, Oertkln mod S; eedy CUHiS.
IEMINAL PASTILLES. Krr.;ll niC'tlCilH nlre .. .
T"" -n. n't rur-'tho' Nvoail:m' I r.V..ln:i -
' -I" hl ll!S t:: t . lUM.'!Ial ,, ,- .Ml ! 11.
(UafMaaoa !nr m.tity yonp ;n?s rtbefl . a .
ml t'ostillea whtch ac t ii rti a un m i.i.
diseased orj.in!,ant r'.- r-.' vie r Lti
tlian tnni:i h ilSdtclnCS, a.- Ihej are ttui
ch.'-riicrd itytiiotrnMnrJuiro an J re . . re
Balsngs ot dtetorlo terra pcii ala usinoaa
ir'.iu sBJlWSOtu !. used r it; ai,
mici for vt ti! yeai i..-
practiw. .ito Uxptu n
. eoi J
,rESiHEaHF.r?fi!cr.:: .- ,
jauior . rite ,. i Lstaiosa.
ultisir ol tiers, A Mr...
it tot a In:, ra-it-oarn::.
ThU PE"u PHfuAiC.SI. rO..
' '.is.-. rt;iiT. f.i..inl
3 to 6 DAYS.
Fan absolute cure fosvI
WILL NOT r-.Allficr
a 1 UHfc. ask forI
BlO Q NO PAIN. NOSTAJN.
r-ULL msTHUCTIONS WITH EACH J
B-LL. AT A. L DRIX.G .Tfi.
C. ntrul Chemical Co,
e uicaffo ana PSSSaS.
T. a THOMAS, Sole Agent.
G-EO. P. STAUDTJHAR
Plan, and superintendence for all class of
Booms f3 a:.U 55, Mitche 1 3t I.yndi bailding
' -5. COAL yil-
TFNT HOT T A P
- - ' vsix tivj WU1LI1 01 (rrnrL
162? Second avenue,
WE ARE ALWAYS IN If WITff
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always
having them stop at their
same at our pietnises.
laf-Try our brand of SMOKED MEATS
H. T reman & Sons,
All telephone orders pronintlyfiHad. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Asa
THE MOLINE WAGON ,
Tlie Moline Wap Co,-
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and corat.'ete ?ine of Plat-form and other Spring Wagons, especially ;
Wc; tern trade, rf superior woikciaDshlu and finish, iirastntltd Price L.r: .':
a;,, Ucstion. jt.e the HOLINI WAGON before parchse i
Preparatory to moving in our new quarters 0:1 Seventu
street, ruck of Thoeuas' drugstore,
Will set as flae a table to th-ir boarders aa any hon- in tbe
city, having 20 cases of tine canned goods of all kin la
if you want a oood mkal call on them at 1611 Sec
ond avenue next door east of Loosley's store
leu i.--: .r. - i.
L'wiiil B::mr..i r.
JlPx .V'-ri"'.'.i t'--. I
j orpcans to eltl cr sez
lion and ItiHanltT.
k 1 jiirpi'r niHi1: 1; f'.rfCV.
mwmmm .M -. t,, rtjuwl iru nwm j. CnxSUSf tree. ? ssrsei -Nerve See. I .
sa" In Rock iRlinrl hv Hnrtz & Bhn?ea. 3d Ave.'rnl 2":h Bin t
BalsCT BEOTI-rRSO WaltL SuflSrw Y-rk. fTlcflcUawt6- --
under Rock Island H
on th- road. Pan; - lesii '
residences, will j.le;.- : fy ;
DeRUE & ANDERSON.
n re r - ii
,. v . h HC P
I l.-i,ia.-lio. VV.-ik.-; ulin-
't atanhood. s -
.-in.i'i.. 1 raiosandl
cause I by orer exertion, yontnru
Pntnn convenient ti carrr In t-1 i- k-
Wiih crery ( . ..rrier w? tiirrtt wrtttt t 'r ' iu