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TI1K AIIGUS, FRIDAY. DECEIlfcUi 0 1892.
JAHNS & BERTtBEN.
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tinware And Hous Furn-ishino Goods.
1618 second avenue.
ROCK ISLAND. II L,.
Heating and Ventilating F'ngineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
complete line of Hp- , Brass Goods, PackiiiK Hcmm
Fir Brick, Etc. arrest ;mi best equipped
e-stabisbrtte it vt'eet. of Ch: :ugo
DAVIS BLOCK Moline, HI j 112. 114 West Sevwrneenth st.
Telephone 2063. !
How Try Thii
I;, ttlli 08t ? U'iiUI.. if"1 W:' t-ud.T
do on e'lJil. i:vOii 'iiv a fOiiin. .: 'i3r
any trrui!- with ihr--'. eii- -t or iun.
lr. Kifk' Now Di.'poverv fur eonM.m
tion, coughs nnfl colds is Eutrsceed 10
give relief, or m .ntsv will tn; piiii bok
Sufferers from In grippe fount! it j ut tl;-
tbine aori under its tine had a speedy ami
perfect recovery Try a ailip;e bott'.e m
our expense and learn for yourself just
how good a thing it is Trial bo ales
free at Harts & Bahnaens drag store
Large iie 50c and f 1
8. H. Clifford. New Caesel, Win., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
bis stomach was disordered, bis liver was
effected to an alarming degree, sppetite
fell away, and he was rerr.bly reduced in
flesh and strength Three bottles of
Electric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111., had
a running sore ou his leg of eight yearn'
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound xnd
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O.. i-r.
five larue fever sores on his leg, dociors
said he was incurable One bottle Elec
tric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnie.
Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Harta
f.ucL3h'6 akmc ; ti,vx
Tilt- be.?t BaWe in the world for cj's
'rubes, sores, ulcere. aiH rheum, i
vj;:v. VHte-.r. rhTpcd bvid. r.hi.lb!fii: -rt
n; all sair. eruption, .-r.t
tivo';- cures pilea, or no pay niqu:rc:- 7'
U tfu-iianu;.. . i-W-
r -roney totun - ' -' '. r-
J. B. 2.IMMER,
-THE H KLL KNOWN-
and Leader in Sryios and workmanship, has received
FALL STOCK .it Pnitii gs and Overcoatings.
2all and leave your order.
r Block OrposrrR Harpbr Hottsk.
"A Revelation to Close Buyers."
Don't waste your time (and lose a bargain) by
asking yourself "will 1 want a new cloak?" of course
you will, every woman having an eye to good dress,
wants a neat cloak, especially when they are offered
at the following prices:
Ladies' Jackets v cr,h $32 00, cut down to $22 TO
' 25 75, " 16 50
44 ' 19 25, " j4 25
" " 4 19 on. " " 13 50
" 44 18 62, " " 12 50
tt 4' " 17 95, " 44 U 25
44 44 4 13 25, " 44 8 25
4 44 12 00, -4 44 5 95
44 44 9 95. li. 41 4 95
7 50, 44 44 3 75
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT NO
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My lvfrr st It net frrntly m thf Btomnrh. Hvt
ena klMncyR. and ta ploam!it laxative. Thi driih
! made frrun lii rtm, and Is prepared for use as easily
ad tea. Itisc&iifU
AH dni)n?lst sell it nt SM. and fl.OO por Tackat".
ii or'." to i i; xiithy ft.t.
cor Cotton Root
h'ja Mjii A r.Tirt dls' otptt b an old
VS v" pl"'lfin Micrcpcfnllv imcd
Jv niontlilv by 'hons'inds tif ln-
v "v die"- ,s he ""'y perfrctly
-'it s' fp nl rel Hblc med eixie
V'J'5t-orf discovrred. Keware of un--iSSJS
princijlcil drnculrts who of
f(T inferior modlcint-s in place of thij. Ak for
Cook's Cotton Ihiit "oiipori. tnk no suhsri
tute, or it'c!- ft and S re ti in pontic in lrttor.
and wi will con'', si aled. by r turn mail Full
scale ! particulars in plain i dtcI. pe, to ladies
only, 2 t-tampp Addrc-s
POSH LII.1A CCVPANT.
N'o. 3 Klsher Klork, Octroi. Micli.
Sold in Bork Inland by MHrsliail & Fihei. P
per Uouxe. llartz & Kaanxcn 2nh street and 3a
vp . and rirn""''? pvtn 'whnri.
STATE SAVINGS BANE.
Office Cotopt Fifteenth ftret and Third ATe.
SnceeeiB the Molme Sarlim ar.K. ( trcanlKid 19IS9
Per CEXT. INTEREST .AID ON DEPOSITS.
OrpanlEed nader State Lnws.
Open from Pa m. to 8 in., and Wedne?dsy and
Saturday nighu fromt to Spm
Portbr Skisner, - - President
11. A. A in h worth. - - Vice-President
i. F OEMENWiY, ... Cashier
Sorter Skinner, W.W. Wella.
O. A. Rose, -. A. Ainsworth,
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Prihurg, '. F. HBmenway,
10 dozen silk Velvet Iiats. made on frames, a'l this season's
eh okfs: fit irall coirs, worth $1 50 for 75 cents.
5 dcz? n silk Velvet H ate, Beaver edge.w orth $2 00 for $1.00
13 dozen French Felt Hats, new shapes, worth $2.00 for $1.
. 7 dozen Wool Felt Ha ts, new s japes, for" 48c, worth $1.00.
Trimmed Hats at slaugnier prices.
Wrappers in a!l the latest styles and fairies.
U4W.S8S&. Strut DAVtPC-Cn
Come and eee before pur
chasing. BEE HIVE,
114 W. Second Street,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for privntf parties iu the carden
bjki of the- west hy the
Orchard State Bank
or ORCHARD, N EBRASK A .
E. W. Dart. President.
J. S. Dart Cashier.
Mi'chcll A Lyndc. Bankprs
J. F. Koblnaon, Cashier liook Island Nation-i 1
C. O. Carter, M. D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale firoccrs.
f HOFESSIOK AL CARD
ITTOKNKY AT LAW-Offlce ia Mitchell
i Lynde new block.
JACKSOJJ ii HUHST,
TTORKBTB AT LAW. Office In Rock Isla t
ISational Bank m uuding-. Rock Island, HI.
I. ft -.jiirr. O.L.miH'-
SWEEXEY k WALKER,
riOHNKYS AKD COUNSKLLOKS AT LAW
T.Occ In Bengston's Monk, KocK lvinnd, IV.
MtExMRT St cEXIRI,
k TTORNKT'8 AT LAW Loan money on -w
0 seenlty.make collections. Reference, M-it'-ellALynde.
bankers. Offloeln Vostofflce bi'nr.k.
s. w. ouriiL,
4 TTOR'r W Formerly of Port BTron.
1 and dnrine the past two years with the firm of
Jrownine A Entnken at Moliue, has now oened
in office in the Anditonnm boiidlne. room 5. at
C. J. SALa. s. w ,4,.,
I TTORKKtS and Couscllors at Law aad So
i'WWilnCkaaoarT; ofllc Btlord'a klock.
THE GREAT MISGIVING.
"Kot onrs," say some, "tlie thotinht of death
Asking no heaven, we fc::r no fabled hell. j
Life is a feast, and we have banqueted :
Shall not the worms as well? j
"The after silence, when W feast ia o'er.
And Toid the places where the minstrels
Differs in nanght from what hath been bafore.
And k nor ill nor food."
Ah, but the apparition the domb sign
The beckoning frager bidding me forego
Tbe fellowship, the onnvigwo aad to win a.
Tbe aoDKS, the I estad gkw
Aad. ah. to know not. while with frimda I ait.
And while the purple )oy is l in mil aoowt,
Whethrr Ub ampler day dirineaW- Hk
f Dimiuaun bIbM wiUioat!
And wbetber. Bwwjplnc forth, t aoat saavl aa
Saw pwjHtiet.ta, or failehwj abikatsThial
Tbare fa. O erawe, thy booHy ih,ti.
JM4 0Mr, O death, thy atlad !
Wffliajp Watson in Lioxtdea SpeSkar.
ryelun h In'IIawrstlaa.
At ftp. m. on April Si. tHS, the lalaad
of Maaritins bed kt ita beauty, thfl
esiie ita promine, the planter hki hopes
and the gardens their eharma. A short
tarenty-foar hoars bad sufficed to perpe
trate this end. and fortunate bad it been
con Id the mischief bare stopped there, for
the soiPs fertility cannot be affected by a
storm, and the soil of Mauritius is pre
eminently fertile and recuperative; bat
1,100 people bad been killed, 2,000 had been
wounded; one-third of the capital had
been leveled to the ground; thirty oat of
fifty churches and chapels bad been de
molished or rendered useless; sugar mills
had been wrecked, crushinf? roereikwsly
men, women and children who had sought
refuge under their solid walls; every In
dian hot had been blown away, whole vil
lages swept from the place where they
stood, and some 50,000 booielestt people
were left to seek for shelter and food,
which a few boqrs before they were qui
etly enjoying, through their own exer
tions and labor. Blackwood's Magamne.
As there is a considerable dweuasion an
regard to death by drowning, I offer my
experience. I oaed to go swimming with
the other boys, but con Id never learn to
swim well. Hence, one day, when playing
on tome logs that were quite a distance
from shore, I fell off and came near drown
ing. I struggled desperately of course and
tried to swiui, but could not. and was sink
ing for the third time when I was rescued.
Just before I Lad given myself up for lost
everything I ever thought or did seemed
to pass with lightning speed before me
and it was as though 1 couid separate tha
evil things from the uood ones of my past
life. The sensat ion was torturing rather
than ple-asaut, I can assure yon. My
brother, who wituessed my struggling,
could never forget the utterly despairing
expression of my f;ice. Alexander Ma
cauley in New York Sua.
Woman's Health and Life
depend more ;n regularity than m any or
all pue? combine;!. An ar:lun! or living
delh is ino result ff riernnJi meot o!
functions woirh nvttit wr.man wtat she
is; immetiiHie relief !a '.!:e or!y sufi,mi'.Td
annsi wreck nnd ruin In !! cases of
s'opns're, deUr-ed. p;nf-;! i t oilur irret;-
uuriti-o Br .tin Od's Fc-ntalf Ku'i U ' t'ir
the or, y sure remedy. Sold tj Urz
& V. .l.iien
I i:pfd llitp botilrs of "fih(r's
ri'euu, ana 'vnt n whs Firs I n ver
went to Ted ubT'1 12-30. rd my bv w.-.s
born at 3 . m. with tPhrcclv i nv n-.in
wi!! .io I c-;n Jn
fX3 rTanT mo-riPTs.
!-C--at:nen-in:tr it tr
"r.r t sr.kf'i' fri'"id.
Mrs B F WALTrsnue
Canto ria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups and Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. . Its guarantee is thirty years' use hy
Millions of Mothers. Cast oris destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Cast or ia prevents Tomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cos
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Oastnria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told ice of Rs
good effect upon tbear children."
Pa. 6. C. Ossood,
" Castoria k the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
for distant when mothers willconsider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves.1
, Pa. J. F. KnvoBmoa,
"Cartoria is so well adapted to children that
I rtsoornmend it asmiperiortoany prescription,
known to me,"
It. A. Archer, M. D..
ill Po. Oxford St., Brooklyn, H. T.
" Our physieians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we orly have among- our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tha
merits of Oaxtoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
fsiTSD Eosrrrai. axd DisrnnsAav,
Au-aw C. 8rTH. Yes.,
Tha Centaur Company, T7 Murray Street, Ne
PROTECT YOUR EYES I
MR. H- H1RSCHBERG.
The well-knewn optician of 6 olive St.
(. K ur. ? nan I Olive). St. Loais. has
a itointedT fUTboma-us agent for hla
e -lbra ei Diamond Spectacles and By
e as-es, and also for his Diamond Non
C tangesble pectach s and Eyeglasses.
Tie Kiasfet are the irreatest iuventioa
ever made in spectacles. My a prspef
eonstrnction of the Lens a person por
ch ising a pair of these Non- hanraable
Gl ts-es never has tochaat e these glasses
fr im the eyes, and every i r nrchasea
Is guaranteed, so Uiat if they ever leave
th : eyer (no matter how or scratched the
Le nes are) they will fnrnisb the party
wi ha new tair of i lapses free of cbargv.
T. B. THOMAS ha-a f u 1 aMortmeat
sn I invites all to satisfy themselves
of the preat snperlorltj of thee Giassaf
ove - any and all others now In nse to aal
and examine the same at T IL t'homas,
dru t and ontifian. 'or Island
Hard to CndcrstaDd.
Little Boy I shu'd think these "thou
san leg" bugs would starve or sumetliin
Little Girl Why?
"They've got to hunt fur things to eat .
same as ot her bus, haven't Lher?"
"Weli, 1 tiou't see how they cii keep aii
thoie legs gcin au think of anj thing i-.h."
- Coed News.
Kheiauiim Cari ia a Day.
' WvFtic Cur.-" for r-theuma-if.il. ::d
Neoralsrm rltc-t'Iy cures i;t one lr; itncr
ivs. Its ncij a upon the sy lem is -e-fr.arkable
and tnt-steno'!': It n iu- ves ht
once tbc cause slid 'i.e I'l.e-is.. ironted
iatclv diiitpppsT.-.. The S!!-t c'.n L,TeH:ly
tiene'i t-. Warranted lv O to Gro'.jan,
f'rtic,;!'!, . 'i I-rj,'
IKCO BPORATKD URDRB THB BTATK I,AW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
me.B diUv from 9 a. m. to 4 p. tn., vnd Saturday evenings from 1 to 8 o'clock.
v . --rotmt interest paid cn Deposits. Moner loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
L MITCHELL IW r C. D3NK.HANN. Vjce-Pres . U. BTTTORJ), Cathiar
. ! H' cDcIl, a P. Hejnolds, K. C. Denkmann. John Onhaneh. H P Ha'"
PhU Mitchell, L. Simon B. W. HnrsU J. M Hnford.
Jacbsos A LiCB.iT. Solicitors.
y-.cpan business Jnlyf. 18i'.td occupy the outneaM comer cf Kitchell At Lvndt-rw
ti Mil axAfSaLLCti
is and -will ever be the
S Remedy for
aTl a -tl
Goat. TnflneriTsi- TtaoVar-lip
Pains in the Side. Cripsr nnrl
lints, W ettralg:ia, Sprains, &c.
iseiore yon neea to Diiy, obtain
the valuable book: "Guide tD Eea'.th,"with j
endorsements ol prominent pnyaicans.
17 Warren Str.
1803 Seccnd Avenue.
:i. Q. ill'DsoN
M. J. Parker.
HC2S: TOH rOZKEHS. j
W CBPMH, JA
HUDSON dc PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
kinds cf Caryent-rnig promptly attended to Estimates
fnr-iehed when d-sired.
Shon -.-or First av. ard "VHntr'i-nth ?i. Rock Island.
bavejuft received andl offer s,t mT aa I popular pri-.es the largest and best selected stock of
m, iWl . pf e?lblM - ?!y "'or(mi'nt compri-es ererythinit suitable fon hristmas Pre.
SV.w. fiBl',nf 0Pl.U6i'nJKa,he,!lacll'',, Tovsof every de,eri ,tiou. -ockine bones
Sit inwf w' ,':el'S,-d stock of Decorated Chinawar,, Cblna and Bi.que dolls Will have a
ood supply of trees and ornaments,
MRS C. TSJTSCH'S. 3I4 Thi' ' .t-
iaa. m KIVl' t ?m g
. .---tfrar Yrr-iw-Fiwf
Tv w--ijf?jsr ry. 1 -xl uJfti.tl
J. XTlk CHRISTY,
khotohes of tmm m mb
ask Yoar nrocer for Them.
They are Best.
TL.e Christy "Otsth" ard Christy "Waraav
MX (.1 Alt
K I i . . .
rf;t.rVN(: , , . .-. J ,
mt.iw,- ir-s,,i,:.. - ;.'S.-: rH.r-i,.
Manifactnrer of all kinds of
BOOTS A NT; DOES-
Bti TkM Saaet a spat laity. Tfeao'rlr) C to-nr n at) f and promptly .
A awaraaf ye ax aiii rwpwiBralry aajritad.
4 1818 Second 4enu. Roek Ifracd, Hi,
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Prorjrietorfi. I " I ZZr
' iowa and Boiler.. "St ' " .mj- , .