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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1892.
KTITION TO SELL f-KAL ysTAT.-i.
STATS Or ILLINOIS. I.
Book Island Cochtv. t
To the Dec mtrr term,' A. T. l-"9 V;f the entity
jt. Id piobaie.
la thr miytif of tlic estate of Wi'linm X. J ha
toa, aeceejs d.
J ohm Pelufw. Jr.. Unttilstratnr Oim tetfamn
l ciMr0 f ihe wili nntllvi me:it nf Wil
liam N. J'hnp n, ti c-nel rteiiiicnt r. Tt. John
A.JofcnsM. Myron Uvort!i J. tituon. harii
Irwim Joiia-ou, a -r,;a C. Joh'f n S.-tm icl C.
JjtanaoV, Ite'icic i H nlf, A na llewit Martha
K. Brn)iin ii. i.ri u. M: iti i, t-atai L, Hewitt,
Hlla K. Ktcatn an ! Km ra a.. Mirtin. ii. find
at I'etlt'on to trli ra' e-ta'rto pay .lchta
Te the ahnvi-n nin ii nen rtitutitt defendants,
aad each of tn-in.
Ailidavii of y.-nr non-r-dnc. having be. n
fjed ta the offtra or the lur' of .aid co.inly ronrt,
artice is fr.ercby i;ivin to yn. thai the abivc
iudkI jaotl'io' fir baa nled in mid court
ae4jiion fortLe aui.r f real ei-tnte tf ulnch
raid Mr'iMtam N . 4.i.i.-on d;e I M-izeil.
-' wkirh yn ato named d fm''au!s;
that a summunx tits hoi in!y isnod in
Mid cause afcaii.n: yua r! t:r:i:iS!o tn the n.'xt ter.n
W taid connty court t i Ik- l) u n an 1 ho ik-r. at the
tmt hiae in th cty i f u c:. Is and in aaid
coouty on the firl "oni y o. Pecemtwr. A. 1
I AM, at w liicn tiu.c A riil i.Woe ott ik ill appe .r and
lea'1. anwrr, or ;ciu.ir iai 1 iet:tton if yon pee
it, aad thr you'- iii :au t w:ll tie cntired" iit.le
jam app in a d c ul by : lie Cri Jloi.iiny of
-iM .fauna- y term nrxt .
Hook lar ami, III., N"ven.bor H. A. T. ISM.
11 JA K'l'tf, n,
i'Uv. of raM court.
.nstr 4 .V1 k u i. tt t:i s for ju taion.
OTICK To C.NTACT-.'J,S.
Sealed n-oo!ii win h vcpivd t t' e :ty
slcrk'n office. III ck 1-land. I 1. ni til Doc. 1, !rSri,
at i p. ni., fo co utructi e the improvement
ordered by an ordinance of antd ci y, entitled
-Aa ordinance for the 1 npr 'Vement of Ttrcn
Jc th street fro r. th- -omh li: e of Ninth avenne
: tke oorih I ne f Ki :uteri,n avenue," p n-ed
Aaaat , tC9i, a!-. "An t rMiance for tue im
?roeient of Koi rth av. tine fro n thu went line
A Kirt dtnet 'o the w. ft line of Twentieth etreet
aad from the cant line of Twti.ty-third ftrert to the
went ht e of 1 Ken . -four h lnei. andi f Twenty
fonnk atnef fro-a the n n'.h lin of Th rd avenua
to the north line of Fifth aven'ie." passed ct.
i7, 1V. and for f vni hing 'he mater al a-d doing
the wo:k accordirj In the ,Iaas and i-pec flcations
a t eat We c'ty cTcrk'a o . c.
Btu.k hula will t-e .nrtiii-hcd on application.
Bidmat he rep irate for iwch im prove men t
Ikaroai-nllpii, ant rromp in t d with a certified
uc la Uie fUm of payable to the order of
the tre9iiri r of aaid city, which ehall become for
feited to raid city in ca-e ihe b ddcreh!ll fail to
eater mto coniract wiih approvid rnrvtica to exe
cte tki wor : for the price m xtioncl in h bid,
aad a.-cortling to the plana and apeciflcattona in
tke ee.nl that the contnet aioa'.d be awarded to
The rivht to rejec" any and all bidn or pro
oa her-'iy eip e-aTv reserved br a':d city.
lfcHk M II. , NoTcmHer, 86. 1S95.
t ity C'lrrk.
Sealed pro;os l will Ic r. ceived at the City
Clerk' offer. Puck Inland, III., until M.indai,
Dec 19, lf.fi at 5 o'clock p m.. for c nirnctir?
the imiir.tvemet.t orlered by an o uiniil -e of
aaid eitir cn'iil it 'An ord nnc3 for the con-'
traction of a -ti-m Crain from the west side of
3eT-nU't-ii;b sireet and Ninth a d Tenth av noes
to tk west slue of Tv.enty-Cfth gt'eet," passed
Sot I, 1S92. 1' an ai.d snt eitications lor said
imirovenifnt i n the Ctiy Ijtk's offirc.
An bid-nine tie nec "nipHiiied with a cDr'irk d
rheck in the 'im of fo- tte proyir pTfor m-anc-
cf the con'rart if si-cured.
The city ri.strce ite r gut ts rc j' ct any
and all h'ds.
Kixk Island. I'.l , Nov. 58 1S .
Estate of J epi Kinnin. deceased.
The andcrs-.une.l tiavmc tiet r. appointed execn
arof ihe la; v,ip ai-d tcstiuieiit of Joseph
Itnnan, lau of the co mty of Kock Island,
stale oi lilitv 1. .deceased, hereby irive notice
that he wi'I ariar lief ire ibj county court of
Rock Taliin l re ;::ty, at th j o.Tl -c of the clerk of
B'dcourt, 'i :he ctvof flock Island.at the Jan
aary u;rm, n the first Won lay in January next,
at which tin.!- kll persons hiving claims against
Jaid aatati- are milled and requested to attend
tw toe purpose of havinc the same adjusted. All
persons ihdeb'ed toaaidestaic are reqnestcd to
ak i.T!ni'i'!Mti paym'-iit to the nnden-lened.
la ei this 1st d iv of November, A. D. 1M.
I. S. MATTHKVVS. Executor.
Est ite of Ellen Midldehsm. Deceased.
Tk" nndcrrsiimed, havini; been appointed
tcaiorofthe last w.ll and tL-stametit of Hllcn.Mid
ham, late of the county of Rock Island.state f
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he vn.l
appear before the county conrt of Hock Islar.'
intJf, ai the office of the clerk of aaid court, to
Jie rsSty cf hock Island, at the January, term.cn
e Pirst Moniiav in January next, at which tiae
all iiaraon havin2 claims airuinst said estate are
aiKiiied and requustrd to attend for the purpose of
haiinrr the strae adjusted. All persons indoutel
o said estate are req nested to make immediate
fAvmnt to the nndersiimed.
bated lUi. Juii dv of November. A. D. 1Sft.
W'M. t'UMl'biONE, Executor.
T0nE OI' ATP-ICATIOS FOR TOLL ROAD-
To all wtmi It mav eonrpin :
'atice s nt re.iir piv n I hat the nndersiirned.the
Triry T II lload Company, a corporation, will, at.
the n'Xt session fr ttie eonny board of the
ronniv of i;'i'k 1-luii 1, In the state of Ulinc's. to
he re.d in the court house bnildlnc in the c;iy of
Ro;kl-lnl. in said c innty, on the 13th day of
I'e-einlier, A . II. 1H'.'2, pe ino i and a.iply to the
said count v iioard f-T lesve to csinpHsh a pravtil
mli roal fr"tn 'he Illinois end of i he brids of the
Muscat it e Ii.riil ;e Company across the M ississippi
nvcr at M irea in", Iowa, and thence running 'n
a ont In a-terly direction anoss the low lands to
the bluffs, toe innert with a p ihlic highway lead
inir orer said h' uffs.commr ny known as the illi
oois tiitv ro d." and to locate said tatll road on
tjor'irms of th pu dir hii'hwav heretofore existinir
ftcrns i-aid ow land, at which time and place you
aia ait "ur and h- heard If vou see fit to d so.
Ili.nl at ltork Island. Ilf., November 14, A. D.
It V H V T I.I. It U COMPANY.
Mwr.rKKT Wii.Kin, Ati'ys for raid Diury Toll
Said t'oiiiu-u .
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Offlce In Mitchell
Jl Lynds's t cw b'nek.
JACKSON ic liTKST.
ATTORsTEYfATLAW. Orcein Rock lalard
National Bant auii'Jiii?, Ro-.a Island, ill.
S. AW1XKKT. c. L. WilUg.
TT' RNEY3 ANT) COrI53LLOTe AT LAW
lUBce in Bngaton'B nlock. Roc. a IbIf.ttI, T.i.
ITToRNSY'H AT LAW -Loan tcor.ey or. itood
A flcr!tv, miko col' ec lions, ricfere.ice, Mitcb
5HA Lyn.le. backers, trllioe in Posto";ce Block.
S. W. OlrELT,
ATTORNEY AT L.VW-Formerly of Port Byron.
.1 and during th" past two years with the firm of
kowniii'' A Entrik'-n at Moline, has now opened
j I'fliceTu tho A alitor jam hui.dlt.g, room 5, at
C. 1. ba.iRLE. 8. W. 8KAKLX.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
TTOrtNETS and Counsellors of Law and So
A llcltora In Chancery; offcee BLford'a block,
' Tr. Fenison's Kel:ab'e Eemedy. Farrona every
where among the ladies as sa'p, prompt ana
lecttial Theoriirtnai u rmati' talvitton. Price
$1 serf d:9 c', sealed : T.fnrmatlon free. Address
Ua'.oti Mei leal :o , Bost n, Vasr.
IS ' O U I O IS. NOOllfll Dnwir i
alt mlv jaa Sr If Of,iv jl lajinata
W TAI.IT V hnmmm. A Mar V I to u a I ! o-
It CvmCoIdft.Cooflift.Sor ThroftLCrtmp.Tnfiaen-
IA, hoopillf CoUph.BrOIlClllUod AtUiD ft. Aerr.
iauo enre kr Consumption to Brat uv. ad a are rru(
In Advanced ttafres, l at nno. Yon will ee tho
ex oe lent effect fter tAking the fimt dot.
j lUriCjiiro. XWjfc ftn.nifc, 60 ou.u u 1 $1.00.
The Great Eng'i- h Kera?dy.
Promptly and penna
nt miy cures all f .mns of
a.f . J crvous WeaWa -n. i.mia-
tf n?Ji ? aiona, Sperma'orT'iea, 1m
VI' i- FA VI Ti.)ti-nrv and all Twrs of
abn-e or er.resses; been
prescribed over A5 years
id thousands of cases; is
the only reliable and iion
est medicine knoirn: aak
Before and After.
drnirls'a for Wood't PHosnioniNE; if I e offers
aomo wor thlcas medicine In place of th s, leave
bis d chon-st store, e m loi-e price in Ktter and
we will pend by return mail. Price, one pacta c
$1; Mx, $ one wi 1 pleae, six will cor j; pam
phlet in plain sealed envelope. 2 slam: s; aldresa
THE WOOD CHKMItALaX,
1 SI Woodward avenue. Dttrolt, Jich.
3, R, Hollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Bart h, M.D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
pHYtTOIANa AND SUKGWONS
- 'tice1i3rdst. Telephone itcas
Hcaidence 7S1 iljt rt. ' l.si
omoi Boriw :
D.-. Barih ) Dr. Uollowbnsh-
to to a.m. J 10 toli a.m.
1 to x and T to 8 p. m, 2 to 5 and 7 to p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. HOBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Tliroat
Office McCaMoash Baildire, lit W.3d 4:."
nouns: 9 to 11 ht : 1 to 4 pm.
J. F. Myiis, M. D. Geo. W. Wheeler, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEEL2R,
sra ialties: ,
Surfrr (l !.,... of Women.
effice over Krtll & Math's. Te'ephone 1U3
- office iiovns:
DR. XTERS I nit. WIIEELl n.
0 to 14 a. m. 18 to 10 a m.
Ito 5 and 7 to 9 p. m I 1 to 8 and 7 to f p. m.
It s. telephone IM). Re, telephone, llsW
R. H. PEARBE,
ttonm it in .Vitchel! 3i Lynie s ne h'.o. a.
DR. J. . AWTHORMtf,
DE NT CST,
Teeth extracted without pain by th j new
to 17IC Second avennc. over Krell Ma h'a.
M.tcr.el! & Lynde'e Bit-ck. Roms 2f-Sl.
ReiresBTits. aajn? other timc-tr.od anc e.i
known Tin itinTaixe CoripMiiu he fo'le
Royal InanraEccCoirpary, of rpiai l.
Weschc ?t-.r fire lus. tanuianv of N . Y.
Buffalo Germsii Ins. Co., Bufia'o, S. i.
Rochester Gertntn lot. Co., Rochester. .. .
Citia itia Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, pa.
Bt:n Fire Office. London.
I'non Ins. Co., of California.
S cnr.lv Ins Co., ?icw Uavn. Conn,
wttlwatitee Mechanics irs. 0i., MilwaaSei . 7i,
Bonuin Tirelna. :o.,of Pooria.Ill,
Office Cor. 18th St., aad Sccon-J Av
WCt. T.3LA.Nn. ILL.
HAYES & CLEAVELAirD
Ref rescnticg over 40 Million Dolhrs
of Cash assets.
Fire, Life, Tornado-
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFICE Room 81, Mitciie'.l Lyndc'a I lock
Kock Island, Ills.
J2tT"Secure uur rates; they will interes ye a.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Lossss Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company ran aiford
Your r'atronaite is solicited.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR.
Placs and snperintendenee for all class of
Raom 61 and 56, Mitchell A Lynda balldiag
The Typical Society Girl.
Otie is often ignorant of the existence of
yonn Kirls in the houses of one's friends
unt.il liy cbance they are rerealed at a
matinee of the opera, sitting demurely in
the family box, or at their rammer homes,
on horseback, or playing at tennis on the
lawn. The dancing class, controlled by a
bevy of matrons who carefully select the
names sent out upon invitations to belong
to it, la her training gronnd for polite so
ciety. At these classes, meeting in the
afternoon ir evening once a week, the
mothersst'i around the halls while the boys
and girls go through t he exact forms to be
observed in the ballroom of the future.
When the young person is ready to be in
troduced into society, the mother, as often
as not, issues cards for a general afternoon
reception of her friends. Gowned in sim
plest home dress, high at the throat and of
pure white, the debutante stands beyond
her mother at the chief entrance of the
drawing room. I?ehind her, piled upon
tables or the piano, is seen a veritable
hecatomb of flowers sent in by friends to
celebrate the hour. Each guest, after
speaking to the mot her or chnpc Tone, is
then mentioned by nrime to the debutante,
who bows or curtesies ns she has been
taught to do.
Later in the afternoon, when t'ie crowd
thins Out, the girl, surrounded by her par
ticular set of friends, displays her flowers,
her gown, her new ring or tho string of
pearls presented by a good papa. A din
ner follows, et which her mother presides
and around which the same young people
assemble. Here she is queen of the feast,
and amid flowers and lights and music and
kind words no wonder that the vista of so
ciety seems to her like fairyland. From that
day on she is rarely seen in public without
her parents, or one of them, or a fitting
substitute. Mrs. Burton Harrison in La
dies' Home Journal.
A AYonderfnl School.
The modern method of teaching differs
from the met hods employed a generation
ago. The fathers and mothers of today
can remember the rattan how it seasoned
their school days and, like the sword of
Damocles, hung over maps and problems.
The teacher of today is not a driver, but a
leader. The teacher is full of ideas, and
the modern methods embodies a plan cf
not punishment for ill doing, but reward
for well doing. The negative government
is replaced by a posit ive government, and
the youthful nature yields to the treat
ment. In a certain public school in New York
city there are no bad boys no poorly
dressed boys no dirty boys no laggards
no boys with mud on their shoes no boys
with buttons off their coats and thi'
school is situated not far from a tenement,
house district. There is but one rule in
this school and that is as unchangeable
and inflexible as it is simple.
"Do right iicc:!:se it is right," is the
There may 1. other schools of this na
ture, but of this one I know pi .-son.i!y.
Every boy in the. s. iiool is individualized.
There is a roil of honor, than which the
book of the retoniing angel is not more
carefully kept. Coed tvork is recorded
therein. The keener of this hook aims to
strike the keynote f every child's nature
which, once sounded, every fiber of that
nature vibrates in ur.iron. Does a poor
boy need a coat, or a pair of shoes There
is a storehouse of supplies which never
fails. No ore knows ht nee the supplies
come, but t! ej come.
This is c new element in public school
education. New York llecoreler.
Lou hs IX, the saint after w hom the city
of St. Louts is named, died of the plague
while on a crusade in Africa.
Heart Disease Curable.
T-".e truih of this statement miy be
d uibtei hy many, bu when Dr. Kracklin
Mtit-8. the eminent I :UUoa specialist,
claim that hewt ;ife. i curMe and
proves it by h rjsirirti of testjrfiociiils of
wood rf ul i ur. s by h new heart cure,
it srrtcls the attention of the millions)
suflrino with short hreith. pa.lpits.t'cn.
irregular pus, wmh! i" sumach. piu ia
8iiJe or sh. iitlder. ". M,eriit sne.lls, fint
in;. dro-pv. etc A. F. Davis. Siver
Crtek. Nth . bv usinrr fr.-.-.r bo't'e? of
Dr. M:!es Jfjw Heart Cure, was com
pletely cured a!. r 12 years' Eufferiojr
frcra heart disease. Bunks free.
A Urue manufacturer, whose sfT.irs
were very much embarrassed, and who
was overworked aud broken c'on wiih
nervous xhaiistinn, wen to a eeiettrited
speciabst. He .s told thit the oslj
thing needed whs to be itlieyd of cure
worry, snd have a chnnae of thought.
This dncior wus more cirisi.lcr.ite of his
patient's health then of his financial cir
cumstances He n'jcbt to h ive Hdvised
him to use Miles' Restorative Nervi'.e. the
nest remedy for nervous troslrtion,
sleepless, dizziness, headache, ill etT- c's
of spirits, totiscco. coffee, opium, etc.
Thousemis testify to cures. Book an 1
tr a.1 boula free at Hartz & Bahnken's.
Mi lea' Nerve and Liver Pilla.
Act on a new principle reguKtin.tr The
iiver, stomach and bowels through the
neivee. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousnes9, badtasLe,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, cbilJren.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Bam Dies free at Hartz Bahn
"When Baby was sick, we gave iirr castoria.
When she was a Child, ahe cried for Oaatoria.
Vhen ahe became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When ahe had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each day. Moat ptop'e ne d
to use it.
Children Cry for
Tor beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment cf the complexion, use oidy Poz
zoni's Powder: 'iiere i nothing equai to.
Children Cry for
Coughiner leads to consumption
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough it
Marketing in Son them France.
Until you go to an open air market in
the south of France you do not know what
genuine pleasure can be obtained from the
usual prosaic proceeding. Just imagine
great, beautiful cherries at eight
cents a pound, strawberries about five
cents a pound, grapes, plums, pears,
peaches, all in the perfection of beauty
and luscious flavor, sold on the same sinail
scale according to our American ideas.
Green almonds and filberts, olives, mush
rooms, fresh fish right from the waters
that almost lapped the edges of the prim
itive market (for there were but few
booths, almost everything being displayed
on cloths laid out on the ground that bloped
down to the smiling sea), radishes and
lettuce just picked in the quaint old time
gardens on the :dj.icent slopes, and above
all and dominating even the baskets of
snails with a breath of summer, were the
great panniers filled with blossoms whose
beauty tied fragrance would bring tre
mendous prices in this land of ours, where
roses sometimes are worth their weight in
gold. For a franc one can fill a carriage
with mignonette, violets, carnations as
spicy as they are vivid; j iMiihie, mimosa,
heliotrope mal j.reaf r n:;;;i and pink roses
thai bans their bvatls with the burden cf
their o.vu f ,-.-.-.:ice. Cor. Philadelphia
The. r. of Orel.:.:..
Mr. .T. Uatt r.;:ui has noticed the : niantic
uso of orchids ill loose row .a lies he is
writing upon. He says: "In Mexico, where
the 'language of flowers' is understood bv
all, the orchidacea? seem to compose nearly
the entire alphabet. Not an infant is bap
tized, not a marriage is celebrated, no
obsequies performed at which the aid
of these flowers is not called in by the
sentimental natives toassisttheexpression
of their feelings. They are offered by the
devotee at the shrine of his favorite saint,
by the lover ct the feet of his mistress and
by the sorrowing survivor at the grave of
his friend; whether, in short, on fast days
or feast days, on occasions of rejoicing or
in momenta of distress, these flowers are
sought for with an avidity which would
seem to say that there was no sympathy
like theirs; thns 'Flor de los Santos.' 'Flor
de Corpns,' 'Flor de los muertos,' 'Flor de
Maio,' 'No me olvides' (or forget menot)
are but a few names out of the many that
might be cited to prove the high consid
eration iu which our favorites are held in
the New World."
Kot a Food for Invalids.
Rice is such a harmless looking food,
with such a reputat ion for wholesomeness,
so seemingly "childlike and bland," that
few people realize it is actually a food for
out of door workers and for people who
live active lives, not for sedentary folk,
and only rarely for an invalid. A mis
guided creature who fed during an un
healthy summer on "plain" boiled rice,
with plentiful butter, oiled by its beat. p.
person who took almost no exercise and
who suffered severely from the heat, was
astonished to learn that his diet was ag
gravating the liver trouble and stomachic
irritation, and that his "harmless" food
had been suitable only for a railroad
"navvy" or a stevedore.
Mice with butter is undoubtedly a real
food and nourishing, 6ince a whole people
live on it and work hard on it in the lands
where cholera flourishes. Rice, in a time
of precaution when people are advised to
watch their diet and avoid indigestible
food, is not. nearly so useful as boiled flour.
A correspondent asks, "Won't you oblige
by saying why the word 'book' was applied
to muslin f"
' The idea that book muslin derives its
name from tho peculiar manner in which
it is made up for sale, namely, folded in
yards, and each yard doubled in again on
itself in such a way that the process of
opening it strongly resembles the opening
of a book, is ingenious but incorrect. The
word has its origin in "Uuke" (which was
erroneously w ritten "Book"), tiie district
in India where it was first made. It was
not until 1TS0 that the manufacture of
British muslins became a rival to those in
India. India muslins are still famous for
preserving their whiteness. Urooklvn
No N'ovclfy in Thai.
Friend Doctor, did vou ever tight a
Doctor A duel? Ko. indeed. What
novehy would it be for me to kill a r inn?
Texas Sif tings.
This is the queer name of a Clilnis
lnuiniryniaT 'n Ila-tforl, but lie na probably
twt liniL's. 'ike most of rs. S me crj fng babies
seem to huvc a dizen. Lungs thonld l e sound,
or llie vi.kc will have a we.ik:y sound. Dr.
I'irrce'f Golden VeJIcal Di-cwcry maVes strong
limis drives the on;hawav, generates good
M'od.t nes the nerves, builds Ep the human
wreck rnd makes "'unother man" of 1.1m. KiuM
sweats, blood-spiring, hort brca:n, bronchitis,
asthnii, and all slarmin ' forerunnerr cf Con
sumption, are poitiv-ly c md by tbis tnap
1 roa hable ten etly. taken in lime, Consnmn
ti'jn itself cn he hafl'.ed.
Fits All fits smppe l f ee by Tr.
K me's Great Nerve Rtjrer. No fits
after the first day's ue. Mhrvelous
cures. Treatise and S2 trial Settle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. Fr tale by all
druggists; call on yotns.
is and -will ever be the
Gout, Influenza. Backache.
Pains in the Side. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c.
i Before yon need to buy, obtain
r n t c uf unAKCb-s
ft the valuable booki "Guide to Health'with i
l eaaorsomeau 01 prominent pcyiaciaaa.
hf. AD. RIGHTE8
I A i?TrN. N
BTCt K " 'Ta.
Esitsr TemoiisiTz. J
lv , c.sPiirrL . j
Dr. SYDNEY RINCE
ICER, Professor of Medicine at University Collep-e i T"""
idard "Handbook of Therapeutics," actuaiil writes as fo0"'
il aualysos of Prof. Attfield and othors. I am stur,..'i
Author of the Stanc
iiiu ui er;iiii uua'VKHH n x nil. ai
on SI R (All "!-
is in n6 way injurious to health, and
other Ooeoas. It is w-itaiuly "Turu and
Uiin H4lvnn.limoniM I tnm 1 rarlA riua e
misleading, and cannot jstssi
The false rttirclion on V-
authority cited to injure it, is thereby prnmpteri to give it a very handsome iesUmon.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline WapCo,-
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Waprnf , esi eciaiiv acart.
W eetern trade, cf eoperior workmansMt' and finieb illustrated Price U '
avenport Business College,
COIIPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN, Proprietor.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
All kinds of brae, brenre and aluminum brome easting, all shades and temper. Make
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Shc r kd Oyyici At If II First avenne. near
SEIVERS & ANDERSON",
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter "Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
OSes and ShoTj 121 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAND.
apo3r 3E2o Saloon
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street, - Opposite Harter's Theatre.
The choicest Wine. Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lnnch Every Day . Si ndwiches Famished on Short Notice.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
-ALL KINDS OF
Cast lion Work
done. A specialty of furnishing aL kinds
of Stoyes with Castings a 8 cents
nt been added where an kinds of machine
work will b done Ant-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
7HK POST JF. CURE. Mt
tiAi-C i--' vi,T BROTITERS.. e V" ISevr Tort. Prtca CO CARL'S .Ity
01E.1.U tfcnu ntnors, 1 am KAti&ft, 1
. jfciSk!;1811 II;.
that it is decidedly more nutrition o
highly digotstiblo. The quotations i n
Irade rivais) from my book on Therapeutic ar.w, ?
il.ly apply to Van HoaTEVsCoroa." Ullx,(i:i
lloo'j ES's GoX t thut rffertuailu repelled, and if r,
1 lr.tm tinv 1 ... L- . 'I 1. . . - - ...
auvru ui -Him pnrcuatinc..
PROTECT YOUR EYES I
MR. H- HIRSflWRVDe.
The well-known optician of 629 0he j
(S.B. cor. 7iband Olive). St. Lou,
appointed T fl.Thoma, as agent ior fc,
celebrated Diamond Spectaclea and E!
glae, and also for his Diamond s
Changeable Spectacles and Eyeeinwi
The giasrea are the createat invetS,
ever made in spectaciea. a vZ
construction of the Lens a person
chasing a pair of thee Non-Chancaw.
Glaaes never has to chaste thene tlua
from the eyes, and every pair i-archi
is guaranteed, so that if they ever 1m
the eyer (no matter how or scratched :a
Lenses are) they will furnif h the pin,
with a new pair of places free of chirm
T- H-THOMAS ban a full ansorunki
and invites all to aatl.fv ihemfe.tt.
of the preat snperioriti of these GlasM
over any and all others now In u?e to
and examine the same at T.U. i homae
druggist and optician. Hocu Island.
No Peddlers Supplied.
J. MAGER, Proprietor.
IE1ICF1CTD3EB CF GUCKBS MS aTO
Aak Yor "rocer for Tbe".
They are r't
The Cliriety "OTaTKB";aiid Cbriety "Warra "
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It is the bett Soap made
For ashing Machine use.
WARNQCK & RALSTON,
m'-i-r'"" ".,rii pp. I