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THE ARGUB. TUESDAY. NOVEMHKK . 1802.
Striate of J' fih Rinnan, deceased.
nevnUeraifmed caving been appointed extra
tirof Ike laet will ft id tcavimmrt of Joeiph
aMaaaau late of the coun-y of Rock In'ai.d,
etate 01 Illinois, deceased, herw eivti nonce
aaat he will appear before i he "county coart of
Bark Island coanty, at the A lice of the tier of
aid eon rt, in lite cityot Rock I .land, at the Jan
aay term.onthe fir rindAv In Jannary ner,
at wMrh time all persona hiving clain.a a?airjt
aid mute are nmine'l ai.d reqoeetcd to a'tetn
far tto purpone of have the ame idjneted. All
persona Indeb'ed tofai-lei-rat': are rcqnisted to
m&ki immeuiate pavmert to the nr deln"i.
r-J cfcis l.l dtv i,f Nnv.mh.-r, A. D. 1HM.
.l.'S. XATTIIKWS. F.Tecntor.
Et ite of FJlea Mldldefaam. Deceived.
Th( nr.den-iifne'l, having been appointed .
fc:o: , f 1 hi lii r 11 ar.il L-?amert of fcllen Mid
rticliaja, late -f th-connryof Kock Ie!ar4,tate t
Mm:, derravd. hereby give notire thtt h. ir .
appear before the county ennrt of Kock Is.a.
eoairy, at the otTVe o( the e'erk of .aid coort, i
tfcerHr cf K'-cti Inland, at the January, tenn.f.r
ae First Monday in January neit, at which tin.
ail pereonaharink claim airainjt aaid estate a.i
aouseit and reqneU:-l to ait.mil forthepnrpo'co'
kartr theaame adjnttcd. All pervona indjote i
to ad e"at- are reqnested to rnake immediate
paymeoi to the underpinned.
Date Hi! nd day o' VwmikT. A. I. 185.
WM, CtlMPtJiOSE, Eiermor.
3. R. Hoflowbaah, M. D, Geo, E. Barth,. D
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
rHT aK1I klff AND SURGKOS,
Hce frHrd t. Teh phone 105
r. Bar h I Dr. HollowbnMi--
to 10 a.m. 1 in to 12 a.m.
ltotaodTto8r.ru. I -itoiaLdTto5p.nl.
DR. C3AS. M. ROBINSON,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
tMBce Mc0nl1oi;h Baildinj. Itt W. 34 f.
Hoora: ft 11 an-; 1 to 4 pm.
J. F. Mnw, M. D. Geo. W. Wfem.ek.1M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Mr'T) ami l -n of W omen.
flee ovorKrcIl A Vath. Te ephone 114.1.
-iwni t Horn:
S. UliU j PU. WHEEt.lTt
to 1 a. m I S to I t a m.
Hr ard 1 to 0 p. m I 1 to J and 1 to 9 p. m
e. tdephon : UOr Ke . tele phone. 11 W.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
OfBce Corar r Fifwe -h street and Thinl Av.
Mccee'la the Moline Sain Back. Organized 18W
.PE.CSNT.JIXTEI.ESTJPtiD OX DEPOSITS.
Ort'ani?d under State L wa.
tarwo fram 0 a. m. 'o 3 p. m., and WeUDC'liy and
Saturday nitfhta from 7 to 8.
?Rnm Skisk. - . President
H. A. tlswoRTH, - . Vlce-Prenident
C. r I1IHIKW4T. - - Oauler
Porter Skinner. W. W. tVella,
A. Ro-.. a. Ainaworth.
G. H. Edward-, W. H. Adam.
Andrew Knh-jre, . F. Utmenwiy,
' Hiran Darl'.ue.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parrica In the earden
pot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
f OKHl Am, NEBRASK .
K W. Siir, President.
.1. S. Dabt Caahirr.
MLtU A Lynde Rankera.
J. Y. Kobiaon. t'afl.ier Hock Island National
1. M. darter, V . D.
U . nry Dart'a Sona. Wholesale Oro'era.
CorreKpoiid nie nulicited.
ATT-mtNEY AT LAW-Offlcc in Mi-rhell
lomrVf'r new hlork.
JACKSON' & HL'RKT,
ITTOKHBY8 AT LA . Mdlcf iu hock Ilari?
L -fa iocul Bank Bjildir.. Rock Island. Iil.
l.Doritlr o. t.. WAMsan
SMTSESEF & WALEES,
ATTOftNB VS AND 0jrN-"Sr.Lt1.S A.T U
:." In BvngHtnn'o Itv'i. ;tv.x 'lu.i ', ' I.
ATTOllNBY'H AT L1T-I.,n anney or
Awcnrlty, maK roiioctlon!- Kcforncfc. i!;c'i
eBA -jynde. hanlr-a Mljo.-iri P'ticajr. ..-.ca.
S. W. ODELJ ,
t TTiSXKY AT L W FormnrW of Port Byron.
aid dnrin? tn"! p'. tw voara witli the flr n o'
rwainK A Kntrik n t Molina, has now o; -ned
in office la tk . lUilltorlnrn miidln'r, rio.Ti S, nt
. J. UKAWU.M. i. W. 8CABI.B.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
I TTOKHEtS anl foan-fllorn at Law and So
alioiuir la Ckaicer; offlce Buford'a block.
2 2 :t',-Sr'
many' womca rofiar from Bveaaatw
Scant Menatmatlon; they dost kati
who to confide to to ct proper adrk
Don coofide in r.r.yboiiy but try
I Sp-xiHc !or P.'!l,r;L. PaQFJSE.
SCASTi . ?LPpn3' C and IF;RE6UUM'
"Jicl: to ".v'OM.V.t: ' mitd free.
' CMJDFIEI.n rZC -.-- CO., Allarta. (I
Scia r.: r-ter't.
bOT.Tl JY BAST BAHNSi
The Great Engli h Remedy.
I'n mptly and p rma
nnt!yccrc all fonr of
SerToua Weakns, I mi
a.ora. fpcrtnatorrhea, Im
potency and all effee of
ahn e or erceat'e-'; been
precrioed oyer S5 jeara
id thontanda f ee: i
K . a.). n.ltitrtle and ton.
lictorc anH'Aftfr. t medicine kn own: aak
drnetrl--- for Wood't PHOtPHODia; if ne effere
aonje worthlea medicine In place o' thia, leaye
his d hon at atore. en loe price In letter, and
we will end by return mail Price, one pac iaee
fl;six, C;one wl I plea -e. aix will cure; ram
Lhletta plaia "eelcd enrtlotie. t atam ; a Icreee
TUB M'itO M'HKH't'-ALO.,
131 Woodward arenne. DMraia, Mirk.
A. D. HUESSNG.
Hepre-stila arion other time-tried ana we:
krown Fir-'Inanrance 'Tr.panies he follow cr
Koyal InauranctOorapary, of Knelacd.
WpachefterFiro In. Co:.. -Tyof S. Y.
Buffalo German 1 ne.tVo., barlalo, N. Y.
-oeb:8ter Ot-r-nau In '.'., RocheM-er. K.
itiien" Irs. Co., of f iitsSarvb. P.
-on Fire ():1cc. London.
Jciois Ia. Co.. of "a!i;.-!T.!.
Hjcnnty In. Co.. Sew Hive j, Co-.u.
nilwuaKte .Mechacics l:i.0:.. M Iwatikee,
jtrmsn Fire Ins. CV.,of Pworia.ri,
T'S. -? Cot. 18th St., ind SpocJ Atj
HnCK TST..ANT. TLX.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & C1.EAVELAND
lie i rci-CDtirij; ov.t 40 Million DolKrs
if Cafh aeets.
Fire, Lifa. Tornado-
Bands of Suretyship.
OCFlE Koira 2t."itctie 1 A'jLynde' block.
K'x-k llsn l. Ilia,
tyaoenre onr ratoa: they will interea yo.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Compantca
Losses Promptly Paid.
Ralea aa low aa any reliable company fin affo-d.
Yoor Patronise i aolicited.
R, Mi PEARCEi
aona l3 in Uitcholl A Lyndc'a newhlock.
"OH. J. E. AWTHORME, "
Tooth eztractud withont pam by the ntw
no 17 6 Second avenue, oyer Krell Math'a.
Iitcl)cU & Lyrjd-jB Block. Rooms 29-81
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR.
Placs and anperirtrndence for all claf of
Rooma M and 55, Mit- lieil ft Lynde bnilding
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WOMEN AND TOBACCO.
SOME OF THE REASONS WHY SMOK
ING MAKES WOMEN ATTRACTIVE.
Soma Tery Famona Women Hare Smoked
In Time. Gone By Among Them Gre
Sand, Marie Bashkirtarff, Sarah Bern
'iiardt and Ron Bonhenr.
Was it not Thackeray who s.iid that a
wom.tn hitted a cigar beca;i5e she recog
nized in it her chiefest rival? It is mtre
jealousy, that is all. She &kx not hat it
in and for itself. Convert the rival into an
ally nnd she will learn to love and bles it.
In the better reflated households where
men are allo-.ved to sinokin the presence
of their wives and sisters and sweethearts
this conversion of an enemy into a friend
has already been eiTecterh It hath even
h.ippened to some favored ones mon ns
to have onr cigars lighted for ns by a fair
oneimiiiiiirthe first puff and leaving a
And this opens out a,wider query. When
the rival has become an ally shall we allow
it to become something nearer and dearer
still shall we sit clanily by and watch it
lurn gradually into a comp;u;'.rn? Inother
words, shall we suffer won-.en to sniok"?
Most men woiild answer unhf-sitatinL'lv
no. Most women would echo the no. In
deed it is beranse men aresocertain of the
echo that they are so btild and positive in
When we say most women, we niean of
course most women in this country. Hut
in the continent which contains this coun
try in Xorth America there is another
large country. Mexico, to wit, whre the
fairest and stateliest dames and damsels
So not hesitate to puff the dainty cigarette
In the presence and with the full consent
of their husbands, fathers and brothers.
5-till farther south 'here is a continent as
large as this, and in nil the t-.untries which
diversify the Furface of thnt continent the
Spanish blood asserts its -lf in a similar
manner, for in Spain l.n.ies have smoked
since tobacco was first knows to man. In
Italy also, in Turkey, iu K.um;, in the
vt, women of all classes Mnoke as a mat
ter of course.
A femnle traveler in Italy tells of taking
a Venetian pondola at twilipht. t;nd skim
ming under the walls overhung with
sweet smelling vines, where the cypresses
ris black and straight above the white
arches of the watr Kate. "Mark." she
cries enthusiastically, "how the tiny red
lights kIow anions the silent loaves, 'mov
ing quickly hither ami thither, while white
draperies shine through the du-k nnd the
mnrmnr of voices mimr'es with tl:i s ith
of the water against the wall below."
And what are these liny red light? Fire
flies, glowworms? Neither. It is oi.':y
the proud ladies of Venire, the descendaiits
of doges and merchant princes they who
dwell in the hanging gardens above th,
canals, who are smoking; Iteir evening
cigarettes or cigars, while the "Ar.-elns"
rings over the city and the air crows
heavy with the night sweetness of flowers.
In the album of the Marehesa nrirnole,
at Genoa, there is written this Sfntiment!
"Tiie smo'.e of fame is riot worth the
smoke of a pipe," and the signature to the
sentimeut is "Oeorfe Sand." The mean
US is a trifle ambiguous. Decs George
and mean to sy that fame is evanescent
as smoke, worthless as some might deem
the smoke of a pipe to be worthless? Or
does she mejin that, sweet as fame may be.
there is a still more jrratrful sweetness
linscrinar, in the fames that, hover alKMit
the meerschaum and the brierwrxxl?
Probably the latter, for George Sand was
a valiant smoker. In her hot youth, when
she wished to emphasize her hatred of con
ventional restraints, she had smoked pipes
and cigars. In her mel'.ow maturity, when
she smoked for pleasure ar.d not for glory,
she confined herself entirely to cigarettes
Mrs. Orrin her "Life of Robert Brow n
ing" tells bow the pot, with that other
poet, his wife, called upon George Sand in
Paris and found her smoking a cigaret te.
Mrs. Browning v as charmed with the
grace and delicacy exhibited bythisrota-
irrom nir mrai in me. pursuit of her fa
vorite amusement. She enthusiastically
declared that in the hnn.ls of a true devo
tee of the 1-etter sex a cigarette might lie
made as potent an instrument of coquetry
and fascination as the fan is in the hands
of a Japanese beauty.
At present in the more or less Bohemian
circles of artists, writers and actors, smok
ing is very widely toU-r..t ed among Parisian
women. Marie Bashkirtseff smoked, it
will be remembered, nnd she was more of
a Parisian than a Russian. Even the staid
and highly respectable. Rosa Bonhenr
knows what it is to crjoy a quiet whiff
from a Turkish or a Spanish cigarette. As
to Sarah Bernhardt of course she smokes.
It is her delight, to dress herself up in
men's clothes when at work in her studio,
andtoassunier.il other masculine habits
with her pantaloons. In the days of the
empire smoking was even more prevalent'
than now. Did not the empress herself a
Spaniard to the core set the fashion?
Is then the supp.wed indelicacy of femi
nine smoking a matter of latitude and
longitude? By no means. It is a matter
of epochs. Time was when do one held
the habit to bencremiuine. Two centuries
ngo no geographical divisions marked
where the lady must cease to smoke or
ce.tHe to lie a lady. Then the most highly
born, the most gifted, the most charming
ladies of England smoked openly. Later,
with t he same op.tnii s. they used tobacco
in other forms.
Master Prytine, the well meaning Puri-tar-L
imbecile, who in lfi-11 wrote an attack
upon the stage called "HUt-riom.-istrix,"
informs us that in his d.-.v ladies at the
theater were offered the tobacco pipe ia
lieu of apples which appear to have been
the staple bet ween the nets refreshments,
and a Trench traveler, one M. Torevin rie
Rochefort, who published his journal in
16(., iufornis us that be found smokiusr
was a general custom in England as weil
among women as among men, both Bexes
holding thai, life would be intolerable
without tobacco, "tweunse they say it dis
sipates the evil humors of the brain."
After the ladies stopped smoking they
took to snuff. Women of quality, a cen
tury or loss ago, could not stir without
their snnff boxes splendid little jeweled,
enameled receptacles of an eighth of an
ounce or so of perfumed, mild rappee.
Cieen Anne snuffed inordinately. So
inn her gra a of Marlborough. Hence
Lord Boliui ;irokes famous sneer, "The
nation is governed by a pair of snuffers
no wonder tlm light of its glory isextin
gTrtsbed.' New York World.
An old man and his wife were on a
steamer between Blackpool and the Isle
As the sea was rather rough, and the
old woman unaccustomed to sailing, she
aid to her husband:
"Oh, John, this ship is going down!"
"Well, never mind," said her husband;
"tt Vnt frara." Gripsack.
UTTINQ CROCODILES TO DEATH.
PnnfanmeBt Inflicted Toy Mohammrdaai
When These Urates Kin a Van.
Mohammedans believe that crocodilea are
specially protected by Allah, and that ft
is wicked to kill or.e of them except far
Jusfc cause; also thnt their great Protector
has strictly forbidden them to eat his
human children, and It is only the wicked
and worthless ones who disoliey his com
mand. When a man, therefore, has been
3evoured by a crocodile, a professional en
chanter is sent for to try the cannibal
mur-ierer and carry out the sentence of
death, as well as to warn the other croco
diles. This is a great event, and crowds always
gather to witness the ceremony, which
takes pl.ice near a swamp infested by croc
rxiiles. The enchanter, usually an old na
tive, has a great deal to say first to the
spectators and afterward to the reptiles.
When he has related to his audience the
whole story of this particular crocodile's
crime, be utters a long, shrill cry, and then
sings a monotonous song, to which he beats
time with his hands. Tin's is all repeated
several times, while the magician bows his
head to t be east and west. The people are
almost breathless with expectation, and at
last tht re is a movement in the water.
Two pieces of burned wood seem torise to
the surface, i-iid are joined from another
point by ot l.i r, the enchanter repeating
bis cry all the time, and the dark objects
moving ft-r ward as long as it lasts. When
close to the beach they seem to lie drawn
up in military style with their heads, and
here and there a great scaly back, quite
out of the water. Slowly and solemnly
the magician now begins a dance along the
line, muttering to each one in turn of his
virtues and various good deeds and assur
ing him that Allah was well satisfied with
Bnt on approaching the criminal things
are quit changed, and a thick hide seems
a fortnnaie protection against such whole
sale abuse. This particular crocodile is
made ont to be more wicked than any
other of his tribe that ever existed. He
has been warned and warned in ain,
and now a just punishment will no longer
be delayed. The creature really seems to
understand this unfavorable opinion cf
him, for be squirms about uneasily and
prepares to retire into private life under
the water. But the old man has his eye
on bii:i and iitt rs his shrill cry louder
than ever, which arrests the misbehaving '
crocodile at is -r .
S.vera! i .rives now appear with fd for
these animated log, mid an especial piece
of n-est. v. :t!i a shark hock concealed in it.
for the !! :ed f t:.-. It i grciiily swal
low,'d, n:l .:. nchanter makes a signal
for the Maie.y.-, t o draw in t he ro;e to wl: ih
the- l ook i- nit. weed, slowly t first, while
headdress-:, a lecture to the other croto
diles on the fully of leading an evil life.
Another sign and the ofi'ci der idrau-:d
oat of tiie v . iter by the ready natives in
spite of its struggles, while its throat is
cut by the conjurer himself. The well l.e
haed conipai.:or. of tbt. criminal cow
quietly retire into deep wat;;r. apparent iy
with the i:nanir:.i.u verdict of "served
him right." l!:.r; : I "s Voting People.
Iff .t Net t.uiiry.
Tf R her (M1(i:.-t l . - V" I !'.;.
Fire j-;.-m. i
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William 1 don't l.tiow. ;r. I ain't had
ft. Harp: r'-- -.-,- :
It Bkonld ha in I very Hot
J. B. Wilson, 371 Ciay stree. J-hhtps-hurg.
Pa., cays he will not te without
Dr King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coucbs and colds, lhal it cured his
wife who was threatened with pneumonia
after an attack o' "la grippe." hen va
rious oihrr remedies and several physi
cians bad done fcer no trood. Robert
Barber, if Cookspt.rt. Pa., cbdms Dr.
Sing's New Discovery hns done him mire
sood than snjthtne he ever t;sid for
Iudk ttotiblc. Nothing like i. Try it.
Free trial bottles at Harte & Bthosrii'a
drug etore. Larce bottles, 50o and f 1.
Tbis remedy is bccomit.g so well known
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sinij the same sons; of praise. A purer
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Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver
wl kidneys will remove pi m , les. boils,
salt rheum i:nd other afft ctions cause;! by
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constipation and iar'it't.etioc trj Electric
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Ftvurercott Interest raid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal. Co!
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CONTPvACTORS and BUILDERS.
AU Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
Qeeera! Jobbing done on fbort notice and MtisfacUon fmaranteed.
Omeo ani Shop 7gl Twelfth Strat. ROCK ISLAKD
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MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave
City 'Bus and Express Line,
Telephone Rock larder Harper Hotels for 'bus or expresb
wagon and you will receive pron pt attention.
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Maruf icturer of all ku.rtr of
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Gent's Fine Shoes a specialty. "r:rlr.rione neatly and prompt y.
A ahure of yonr patronage reapeetfnlly ac.-c!ted.
11H Second -verui. Rock Ishind, III.
Opoara 3E3Co olsio Saloon
GE0RE S CHAFER, Proprietor.
101 Seeond A renoe. Corner of Sixteenth Street, . Oppoelte Han er' Theatre.
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars aiwavs on Hand
Free Lane a Krerv llay Hendwlche. Fnmtad on Short yotlce.
Dr. Renteon'a Reliable Remedy. Famone eveyy
wtiere among the ladio aa aafe, prompt ana
eTectnal Theoridnal woman' talvation. Price
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PROTECT YOUR EYES I
MR. H HIRSCHBERG.
The well-knewn tipMcian of 839 OMre St.
(S. K. ror. 7 n and Olive). 8t. Loafg. ha
appointed T. fi. Thorns es agent for hie
cel. bra-e Dlamnnd Speeiacles and Eye
glasses, and alto for hia Diamond Nor.
CfcanKe.sble speetscbs and Eyeelaeaea.
The e auea are tfce greateat inyecrine
wermade In epectaciea. Kt a r-Tcr
const rnctlon ol the Lees a person pur
chasing a pair of these Non-ChanireabU
Olaae? never has to chanf e these plBoaet
from the eyee. and every rair pnrchae1
la guaranteed, so that if they ever leav
the ejer (no matter how or scratched the
Lenseaare) they wil fnrnfeb the pirty
rith a new pair oft lasses free of charee.
T. H. THOMAS ha-a fn'l aseortmeol
and invlteti ail to satisfy tbemseivee
of the treat eniieriority of theee Glanw
over any and all others now In nie to cat
and ext.mine the sameatT.H. rbomaa',
drncgiet and optician. Roc-. Island
No Peddlera Supplied.
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