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ARli-J'S fiflivtre1 r vroir ilnnr
waalo; to HHc per week.
JB -Dining room g'ris al the bt. James
SHJ? 2 fcw .80, boarder in private
js. .-. c-jr .lUKirein street.
I -A rood Getm.n girl for a lii rman
T Apt'iy to G. O. Fruson, corner Seven-
Ma - ronrth Avenue.
p91:-A: J. J. Flyon's restaoran'.
' 'i'Ss ,mue. a sood Meat cook; wages fao
I 'By laiy c'erk, a rxsiiion in dry
a T roceiv cr sh e stor-; refe ences giv
.M ver address E f. HO Thirteenth street,
I t ncy, in cxc!niv terri-
avj MTOrt patent Safes se 1 at aijrht in city
' i! 'em in the field actually eet-
V. e agnl in oi.e day cleared 86: so
tree, alpine n CO.. no.
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A PANTHEF '8 JEALOUSY.
" '1' TORSE ITS-
. V.. FAKMENTER,
r AT LA'
TTW CT .T LAW -Office in Mitche'.I &
. . KON & HI KM,
fS AT LAW. Office In Rock Is.atd
lMr.k Building, Rock Island, 111.
MMm C. L. WAtKIB.
M9BEXEI & WALKER,
!KttTS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
tv a JKv.gs.on'a Sock, Rock Island, HI.
I AT LAW Loan ir.or.ey on goo..
ska collections. Refurer.ee. Mi'.ch-
. -n:.ktr. Office ;n Postofr.ce Mock.
. W. ODEL',
Ti"T AT LAW Formerly of Tort Byro;
sarrac th- p:ist two years with the firm of
r m ci.tr.Ken at Monne. na now openea
.'mike Auditorium bui.dlug. room 5, at
I M. S ALA , M, D,
re? Krel'. Jfc Math's Restaurant.
In office at all hours.
MN Office Hours : 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4
"HAS. M. ROBINSON,
Sp, Ear, Nose and Throat
J.aa! JfcCt.H.ogn Building. 141 W. 3d St. "
' DAVENPORT. IA. i
Hi ". .1 am , 1 to 4 pm.
ffo. '223 Brady St., Davenport.
-JBK Retnolds Jt OtriORD'k.)
a1VPs 1 Trntn 9 to IS a. m.
HRS - I to 4 p. re.
IrawessfWomen a Specialty.
Is Myers & Holderead,
?ij3icians and Surgeons,
St .--ij r :v :::.. Diaea-e. of W.ra- :
"SiwTC3r.d avenue and Fifteenth street
-i.e. 1143. office hours evenings
7 :o !1.
Ts iw r. ,'rnm 1" to IS am anc! 8 to S pm : Sua
: . residence 2nd ave' telephone 1200.
.- t.-tt -i-sd. from 8 to 10 am and 1 to I ; m;
akesrqs l".? to lu a : reaidetico at office: tele
, M. PEARGE,
Mitchell A LyndeV new 'block.
at. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
T""H extracted without pain by the new
.1 .Secocd avenne. over Krel! Math's.
MM & Lyade'a Block. Rooms 29-31.
:inMii" among other time-tried and we.
aawis Jr.7t insurance Companies he following.
iiaraoC" Company, of England.
Tmatai las Fire Ins. Company of N. T.
Wka.Jetimu. Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
MttMn C4erman Ins. Co., Rochester, N. V.
9kju la Co., of Fittsbargh, Pa.
;kBji"JTf- Office. London.
"ti 'jn . Co . . of California.
.Miner C-.. New Biven, Conn.
JWaMaee Mechanics Ins. On., Milwaukee, W:s
tjarsouv ytre Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
fftOcs Cor. 18tb St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
General . . .
JSt oW Fire anJ Time-tried Companies
Besses Promptly Paid.
'.w as any reliable company can afford
Voor Patronage is solicited.
fISOR OF MEN
kStl J?uiokly, Permanently Restored.
V'.-...rf itv ! lFehll.fy. mid all
! ail mf ertla from early errors oi later excesses.
2rvtt"t tf (.vorvork. siekness. worry, etc. Full
.?-jBCflfc yeloprufnt. and tone r'ven so CTery
-am. rirti.in or (be bodf. Btmple, natural
jaix,. improveuirnt seen. Failure
mm. 'Si refereneea. Book, rxplanauuuf
4 Strange Story from New Mexico of m
A strange instanc of jealousy in an ani
mal is reported fror i a ranch in the range
northwest cf Silver City, X. IL A Mexi
can named Juan 1 xjpez some years ago
caught a young mo intain lion and raised
it as a pet. He had the animal complete
ly under subjection, and it was as docile
with Lim as a houso cat. The lion is now
about 4 years old, a id is full grown, but it
has .-.lways been a'cnstomed to sleep at
the foot of the bed of its master, and has
followed him like a dog when he went
around the place. Lopez had the lion
trained for hunting, and it was always
with h:m except wl en he came to town.
It had never shown any dangerous dispo
sition when with other people, and would
allow visitors to for . lie it.
Lopez recently dm rried, and his bride in-si-te.l
that the lion ihoaM be made to sleep
out of the house, a;, she was afraid of it.
I.opez assented to her wishes and built a
house for his pet ne.ir the door of his cabin.
When he attempted to make the animal
fo in it that night the brute for the first
time was disposed to rebel agaiust the
wishes of its mastvr, and the result was
that it received a w tipping. It went sul
lenly into the box, but all night long the
Mexican and his bride could hear its low
growls. Next mor liug tin- animal slunk
into the house end curled up in a corner,
repulsing the caresses of its master. It
WU -'.tKeti all day. but the bride noticed
that it watched her constantly, and she le
fiinw s'i is-r us that .she insisted that her
hrubmnd shoul 1 get rid of the big lion, and
he promised to do so as soon as possible.
The second night it went to its hut out
side with little oppc sition. and next morn
ing Lopez Started to town to find a pur
chaeer for hia pet. Be left the animal at
home and told his wife to pay no attention
to it. bat go about her work as if it was
not in the house. I.opez had nodiflictilty
in Bnding a purcl asor for his lion, and
11 S o'clock in th evening started home.
He arrived home aHer dusk, and was sur
prised to find the house dark. As he en
tered the place and groped about he stum
bled over something on the floor. Stoop
ingdi'wn he discovered that the object was
a woman's body. He quickly struck a
light, and was horrified at the sight Viat
met his gaze.
The young wife had been torn to pieces
by the savage brut. . The struggle could
not have been long, as the marks of the
teeth showed that the lion had jumped
upon her back and broken her neck at the
first Lite. It then had torn t lie victim to
shreds. The anini; 1. after completing his
bloody work, had fled to the mountains
and has not since b-en seen.
The young husband's grief was so great
that he became insane and had to be con
fined to prevent hii i from taking his life.
Cor. Chicago Tribune.
ril Air In Theaters.
It is alleged on fcientifio authority and
seems quite worth.-of belief that the air
of theaters is the worst tbat is breathed
except in mines, lor there are no other
buildings into which people are so closely
crowded for hours at a time. Prisons, bar
racks, schools, factories, hospitals, offices
places that are occupied constantly or
which, being used in daytime, require
lighting by many windows that do some
service as ventil ito arc bad enough, yet
in many mills), with their thousands of op
entire and with chemical fumes and
Boating dust in the air, the lungs take in
less impurity than is received at the thea
ter and the concert hall.
That the mill, with its air containing li
per ce::t. of impurity, works more harm
than the theater with 80 kt cent, of poison
in its atmosphere, both illustrations being
extreme, is due to t be fact that the opvra
tives breathe the U per vnt. adulteration,
say sixty hours a week, while the theater
goer, who perhaps attends a performance
two nights in the strren, takes but six or
seven hours of his mixture. Still, a lack of
Immediate bad results at the play does not
excuse managers ; nd owners from their
neglect to furni-h . lr for their patrons. C
S. Montgomery in Engineering Magazine.
Water pipes mad
famous Turkish i
favor lately. The-
luxury to the man
or sofa white be wi
The grvat advantn
contrivances lies in
smoke loaves the
through the water
then pro. (-ii:s tilt
mouth of the snook
The passage of t
and cools it so well
draws it into his
Cool anil free froi
Cigars may be smt
A glance at one wl
short time will sh
deposit of nicotine
bowl. This fact al
itv. Xew York Ac
;:fter the Style of the
li'oouh are growing in
e pipes are a positive
who lounges on bis lied
the to enjoy his smoke.
ge of the use of these
the fact that after the
pipe it is projected
in the glass bowl, and
otigh the tule to the
he smoke through the
removes all nicotine
that when the smoker
lungs it is deliciously
l all injurious effects,
ked in these pipes also,
ich has been in use a
w a surprisingly large
m the glass of the water
me speaks for its util-vertiser.
Injury from T
Tightly laced sh
which fit closely al
extremely bad efft
ary supply of blocx
and enfeebled, an
this city who have
or tight gaiters soi
their feet and at
shrunk and lost a
power. Shoes tigi
deprive the foot
blood, and after t
is extremely liable
and a large proper
from sprained ank
the trouble by w
with tight shoes.-crat.
ghtly l o o, I Shoes.
)8 or overtight gaiters
out the ankles have an
ct on the health of the
deprived of its custom
! becomes Impoverished
1 by and by subject to
There are people in
worn tight laced shoes
ong that the muscles of
ikies have perceptibly
large portion of their
itly laced at the ankle
f its needful supply of
ie foot becomes weak it
to sprains or wre nches.
tion of people suffering
les themselves induced
akening their muscles
-St. Louis Globe-Demo-
According to th
general of custot
were in China in 1
United States, .'i..11
589 French, 41 Dut
ish, 155 Swedes ai.
sians. C5 Austriat
ians. 888 Japanesi
Brazilians a tots
pears that there i
eigners in China i
nearly three time
United States citi;
era in China.
report of the inspector
as at Shanghai, there
". 1.153 citizens of the
7 British, C48 Germans,
h, 81 Danish. liUl Span
1 Norwegians. 131 Rus
s. 88 Belgians, 74 Ital
, C10 Portuguese and 2
1 of 8.0S1. Thus it ap
re onlyaliout 8,000 for
ltogether, and there are
s as many British as
ens. Washington Star.
So far as this c
can declare war t
both houses of cm
the president. T
time: but as soon .
could begin hostili
countries do not n
rtry preliminaries t
so that a countr;
r I. Herlarefl.
iuntry is concerned, we
nly by a bill passed by
gress and approved fair
int would take some
,s the bill was a law we
ties. Of course all other
squire such parliamcnt
o a declaration of war;
could declare war bv
hostilities. New York
Prononnesd Hopalsst Yet Saved
From a letter written by Mrs, Ada E.
Hurd, of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Was
tak -n with a bad cold, which settled on
my lungs, cough set in and finally termi
nated in consumption. Four doctors
save me up, saying I could live but a
short time. I gave myself up to mv
S&vior. determined if I could not stay
with my friends on earth, I would meet
my absent ones above. My husband was
Advised to get Dr King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds. I
gave it a ttial, took in all, eight bottles;
it has cured me, and thank God I am now
a well and hearty woman. Trial bottles
free at Hartz &, Bahnseu's drug store,
regular siz-', 50c and $1.
GO D LOOKS.
Good looks are more than skin deep,
depending upon a healthy condition of
all the vital organs. If the liver be inac
tive, you have a bilious look, if your
stomach be disordered you have a dys
peptic look and if your kidneys be affect
ed you have a pinched look. Secure
good health and you wili t:-.ve good
looks. Electric Bitters is the great al
terative and tonic acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches,
boils and gives a good complexion Sold
at Hartz Bahnsen's drug store, 50c per
3CCKLRN 8 ARNICA 8ALV2
The best salve in the world for ecu-,
jruises, sores, ulceri, salt rheum, fevr:
sorc3, tetter, chapped hand?, chilblains,
.orns and ail skin eruptions, and po3
lively cures 'ile6, or no pay requite .t
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
ir money re.'unded. Price 25 cents r
box. For sale bv Harts & Bahnsca.
An nr.-nm house on Third avenue,
boiweea Twelfth and Thiiteeuth s reefs
Inquire of E E Parmenter, Mitcbell &
Lynde s block. 10 if
is and will ever be the
Gout, Influenza. Backache,
'Pains in the Side, Chest and
Joints. Neuralgia, Sprains, &C.
Before yon need to bay, o bt&iu
FREE OF CHARGE -
i the vakab'e book: "Guide to Health, "with J
endorsements ot prominent physicians.
I AD dress:
17 Warren Str..
Prize Medals Awarded !
Entopean Boasts! Rudolstadt, London,
Vienna, rragns .rtoiterain, uiten,
Nurtmberci Kon6te;n, Leissio.
25 & 50 Cts. a bottle, For Sale by
Deliver to all Houses
PURE CHANNEL ICE
Cut at Watertown.
Sock Island Office. Molina Gffi :e.
1 "mmmt-rci'i! iioaec.
120fi Third Ave.
London Electric Vaporizer.
The Blind See! Tne Deaf Heai!
Cares sll disssses of the Eve. Eir. Noe sad
Throat, sore. wi-aK 01 inflamed eve?, bronchili.
hay fever, m aralgia. removes ca; an h from the
head, throat, lungs, snomsch or kidneys,
hi nines" and deafness are cured bv this mi thod
only. Fhyicans ar- Oculist are requested to use
this treatment in all eh onic and ob-tinuti cs--s.
Instrument with full instructions sent to any ad
dress for $2.
LONDON ELECTRIC CO., Peor:aU--
bottle of Big U. Tbt
the unnatural discharges and
f private diseases of men and the
aebilitatintr weakness peculiar
to women. It cures in a lew
days with oat the aid or
ibliclt-y of a doctor.
tie f'nterrsal Ammcan Curt.
.Tbs Bvans Chemical Co.'
FOR MEN ONLY!
rwrrarrrrsssssFcr lost or failing manhood,
iliniil'Wir 1 and SEKV0US DEBILITY
HI;! 3 In Is w"knfs of Body and Micd. ErtecU
Eg? Illlof Errors or Excesses in Old or Younr.
yb... ba.mhniii run, K..ir,d. 11,.. , btwaVS
g" 'I'gl '.!' a-iasislgsSisaililis. WrMsifeS
imcri.u,. B..k, ripUnatiun and prvuf. aiallrd v.al.d tm
AJdre,, ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO . Y.
a 3 a
.w-rLOTZLY CT7 F.E3.
With every TEN DOLLARS' worth oi goods
bought, we will send to your address fqr one year, the
popular Monthly Magazine,
We give you a ticket and punch out the amount of your purchase until
you have purchased $10.00.
BE SURE and get a Ticket. Always bring your
ticket with you.
All the latest and most popular styles in Oxfords and Fine Shoes.
Our $2.7 Odd Lot Sale still continues.
1623 Second avenue, under Rock Island House.
many women suffer fcm Excessive or
Scant Menstruation; they don t know
who tc confide in to get proper advice.
Don confide in anybody but try
S Specific for PAINFUL, PROFuSE,
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED snd IRREGULAR
Bock to "WCKnN" mailed free.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Bald by nit IVrutrffLt..
WE ARE ALWAYS IN If WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
I Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous of
I Having them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our premises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
SOLD BY H V TZ & BS.HNSEN
IT WILL HOT
IP YOU TAKI
$500 Reward for an,
injurious substance) found
In the. a Capsules.
win cure any
Mone, refen Jsd i not
as wl say. Sent posi
on receipt or price
NORMAN LIOHTY. Family Onibiist.
De Molnas. low.
Forsaleiw sll dnijjristt. Hartz J: Baansi-n.
TO TE.E AFFL!G7D!
y5 WhypaybUrfeetoqnacsswhetitl ibesi
mi iK;ii trt-.iti: ,-. t :..: Ik- ha.1 for roas..:-.
SHapricesai 'i be rsrra Osemicml Co.. pro
p.nvd ir m tl o oroM'riDlion ot lir. Wi,
.aill , a U'lnr. of World-Wl;'..- ron,,T..
YOUNG MEN ""''mm,1"
l.'.S tif Mt'nmrv nt-.r, n.lotin.- aea
W tlMl tm'titltil iir nthfr riissi n!.!
middle-aged men L::::y
nry and Bla4der trottbtes, etc. wtli Bad our MeUmd
t Troauuci.t a Mile, tVrtain ami tpeilv CUEE
C r -: i at D1CT2I I CO K : rlence or uvea m it I .
Ji.lf.lflHL rMj 1 ILLLOi t. rn.il r.. l.v.i.. W!.
r.-.ttiireuie- vvwsiuneata, Dr.WUllaiDS
kTloll.lAni.. .wwml aitaeatlM.
MiM-as' fur ni !Ti v yeam, prescribes Semi
rial foatfUtaa srUin act direct. y u,.n ihe
s ...-r-u iMK.ii-.iiriu rtittre visi- r nt'li-1
If than Stontjcb MefTlcliigaj. as tney an1 ncx
1 rhangTi1hTtbflrsilittiJiilcai amluqulii! ...
ff c..iijv'. of lK'lTii.terru'iiuniT.bu-.iM-.-.
HOME TREATMENTS' :
? "gfrran W-OOtotlSjOB. naed srlth at,
T 1 .
prime prnrtico. (;ive tfa, .-i. a trU,
SPtCIHR III fll fwtlesKMncTsanfiBlaJJw.-em
xikwii iw if j. oi recent cases In one v 5 .- la-
'TERINEEUTRPPH:C- ; :;;.
ail I write f .r l SUVasseuad iDturnialiu- OuI
Xi ittit-.. AMrest
, THE PEu OMSTfllCAi. CO.,
A'SfLSSil. Relief VlilUjKEc. at
ByTry our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone No. 1103. I 1700 Thi
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co.
"irr " - -. "lek IVl I? T
spAN CUHE FObSJx
VI VILL NOT CAuTe eCB
H STRICTURE. askfosH yK
Bio Q ko pain, no stain.EB kt TrJ
SULt INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH ?ssf I Wf 5 fl
BCTTLL ATAlL DRUOOI8T4. aaW B? B ,Sj
m.m ntral Chemical Co.. .SaW V jgt.
Manulacturers oi FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and oth
bkk mt sauanaf, wagon before purchasing.
Western trade, cf superior wok.r'Sf." "KSXffSW "V!" to the
apnlicatinn. Se,. wSrSirSrSSS: 1 mtlral rr,ce "vc on
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
I5irGood Rooms by day or night.
UNDERHILL & GLASS, Proprietors.
T. H. THOMAS. Sole Agent
G-EO. P. STAUDUHAR.
fr MANHOOD RESTORED!'
JW !"n Banrantee to euro all r.-rr..,,. ... J
BEPOKK AXO .FTCR 1
Nnrvn Caaa -
tre w.ir.derful rn,M.l
ten aaiirantee to enre kII r.rr..,,. . is sola with a writ-
!."'ol BrtlroWtTZiSwJhi wLkrllI ;ich us Memory
ions. N-erronane tSZ It udJ ! a'lhlra, J'ilTklfS Nill Kml,
or rtjutvl ttte moucu. Circular Irte. A S?E&12X FZt tc curt
. . , nicaso. ah
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Wfc MED'CmL RO . BUFFALO, St. Y