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1UJ1LD1XG WAUSiilPS. THE BEST POLICY. !
y.-itc of rich fea Walfh, Deceased.
.n-i-rulK'" 1 hnviiiK been appointc-l ote
' i the li will and testament of Rebecca
"k 'i'K t,ie cu ,,T of Kock Islind, -',,
. deceased, h-reby gives notico tha h
:'iis'r bef " tho county conrt of Kock Island
Vv' in tl"' om c of ,n c,t,rk of ,a'J ""rt. 'n
.,'1.' Hock Island, at the March term on
1.1 Monday In March next, at which time
Miir, bavin claims atra nt said estate are
(j inj n q-ic itcd to attend, for the purpose
;' .ijj. the same adjusted. All persons la-
i,,nM entile are requested to make im
p,ym.'nt to the undersiened.
'. It B's lth day of December, A. TV 1SW,
WILLIAM B. PKTTITT,
Vuollowbnsh, M, D, Geo, K, Barth, M. D.
nRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
LtelOIANB AND StJRGrKONS,
Oflre 403 wra si. Telephone low
Hcsidence73l!stt. - 1188
ru-ih I Dr. ilollowbnsh--
in a. m. I 10 to is a. m,
K nd " to 8 p. ro. 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
CSAS. M. ROBINSON
Ear, Nose and Throat
VcCullouwh Building, m W. 3d St.
3 :o 11 arc : 1 to Dm.
:1S,M.I). Gko. W. Wbeslbr, M. D.
. MYERS & WHEELER,
SPS 'IALTIES :
v :nn '. nr immen
.ver Krell & Math's. Te'cphone 1143.
- UPVU'E hoi'bs:
HVKKS. j nu, WHEELER,
m. . 8 to ID a m.
7 ! 9 p. ru I 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p, m
.h'liu I'M I. I lie, telephone, 1190.
A tew and Comtilete Treatment, cnnslstlne of
-PTn'itories. Ointment in rapn!'. alio in Box
'd ("ills; A Poniiivo Cure for External, Blind or
J.v-dina Itchinu, Chronic Keren", or FIereditry
r r.MALK weAK!ieHii and m"-.n other ois-,i"-"':
:t is always a preat benefit to the general
I'i.rh. The firnr diaenvery of a medical cure ren
4' Mi. an operation with the knife unnecessary
shifter. Tills Hi meciy has never been known
; 1 per box. t for $; sent bv mall. Why
".!r- r from tnis lerriable dise when a written
nirn.tee is TMisitivly civen with 6 bottles, to re-
the money if not enred. Send stamp for
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JAPANESE L.IVEK. PELLETS
'' like manic on tho stomach. Liver and Bew
di'peln IJyspcpsta, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Ntrv.mi liaordcra,Sleeplessness,Lo(is of Appetite.
t'iu,re the comDlcctlon; perfect ditresnon fol
' their use. Positive cure tor 8ic:k IlBADACHE
f 1 Cnntlpation. Hmall, mild, easy to take. Large
a:- of 50 Pills M cents.
1UKTZ & BAbNSaN Sole Apents Kock Island
T. H. THOMAS.
IT WILL HOT
W YOU TAKB
00 Bwar4 lor mn
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la that Capaale.
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THE NEXT MORNING I PP ct nPl.UT
220 Mv complexiSm is better"0
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
physician Successfully used
monthly I y thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
sife anc reliable medicine
discoverei. Beware of un-
Ttrilirinlfiil ilrncririuto .V. a nf.
rer inrerin medicines in place of this. Ask for
Cook's Cotton Root ( ompoi nd, take no substi
tute, or inclose 1 and cents in postige in letter,
and wa will send, sealed, by return mail Full
sealed particulars in plain nvulopo, to ladies
only, 4 stamps. Addrcs"
POND LrLlS CCVPANT,
Ko. 3 Pisher Blcck, Detroi. Mich.
S.ild in Rnrk Island by Mar-ilmU & Fishci. !'
per Hon".-. Hartz fc Bannsen 2)th street and 3q
ava . and druiuists evc-vwh re.
Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing,
Chapped Hands, Wov nds, Burns, Eto
Komovos and Prevents Dandruff.
liimm FAMILY S01P,
Best for General Household Use
T H THOMAS Sol" AEentl
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your 'OniiririRt for
:fif bottle of Bi; J. The only
nun vuijonviLj reuieuv iiirau
tbc uunatumi disrbarKes and
rive.teutseaai s of men and tne
ebiliiating Tieakness peculiar
tr women. I . cures in a few
(lavs wi'.hout the aid or
publicity of a doctor.
iftff t ntfrrficu American ture.
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Dr. Renison'a Reliable R.smedy. Famons' every
where anions the ladie as aafe, prompt an
electnal The orielnai u nman' lalvation. Price
$1 sent dlfljct, sealed; iufirmation free. Address
Caton Medical Co., Bostoi , Mass. I
KnmAPxa Ammmn Bobbav 0 Bpmoo
Ftreetk when adi
lilna aoutraeta may
M0iaAH absi-u,1e cure PorrLk
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PIECE BY PIECE THE SMALL PARTS
ARE PUT TOGETHER: :
Iron aii.l Stec! Sections of a ISiir Ilaltlr- .
ship Are Munufnet itreil at a Distance
from the See ne of Cr.nstruetion
auiplt-s of Mathematical Kxactness.
To say that the science of naval archi
tecture and construction in its relatiou to
ships of war has had unprecedented devel
opment in lute years would not be in any
respect an exaggeration. The frnits of
the new era are already very apparent.
In fact, some have alreatly come to take
the place of old methods and old machines,
and iu their turn have been discarded for
others that are now in a fair way to be
superseded by the results of further scien
tific experiments. All this has taken place
without any practical test of the merits of
the innovations in actual fighting.
The introduction of heavily armored bat
tleships might be said to date from the
civil war, although there were a number
of isolated examples before that time.
With the monitor came a revolution in the
logic of naval science, and the end is not
yet, so the prophets declare.
The evolution of the modern floating for
tresses, as exemplified in the recently
floated vessels in our navy, as well as those
that fly the flags of England, Italy, France
and Germany, might be described as a
long race bet ween armor plate and arma
ment. In other words, the makers of guns have
been progrcs.-ing as well sis the makers of
iron or steel plates that guard a iiip from
the heavy mis.-iles of various kinds tuftt
are shot from the modern gun.
At limes it has seemed as though the de
fence had triumphed in placing heavy steel
plates at the most vulnerable points, but
almost before the thought was spoken a
new gun would be brought forth on some
new boat of nnotlier nation that would
render t lie steel plates no more serviceable
iu an actual engagement than so much
On these lines the gfin.e has gone on un
til the sieel ship has developed into what
seems to be perfection, and guns are made
which will pierce wrought iron to tha
depth of several feet, according to the
varying size and weight of the projectiles.
While the effort to produce ftui'is that
will make any kind of armor useless has
engaged the attention of workers in naval
science, and while the effort to build ships
that are almost a mass of solid steel has en
gaged the attention of others, still another
complication thrust itself forth in I he shape
of the modtrn torpedo boat.
An Kn;;li.h authority on the subject has
openly declared his opinion that the present
form of lighting with a few powerful and
fleet battleships must eventually be aban
doned, and' that a fleet of Fuch vessels at
tacked at night by torpedo boats is a fleet
It has been asserted by another man high
in the ranks of naval science that heavy
armor plate will be ib-iiu away with on
nearly all vtseis, and that tiistinct styles
of craft v, ill be used for di.-tinct purposes
ia sea warfare hereafter.
According to bis idea there will be the
floating forts for harbor defense, with the
heaviest steel plates and heaviest guns
made, that will he capable of the hardest
fighting, but of lit tle use on the high seas
on account of the impossibility of combin
ing these powers with that of speed.
For the connncrce destroyers there will
be the lightly built and light ly armored
cruisers of the highest speed that will be
able to attac k the merchant marine or un
protected coasts, and run away from the
heavily armed battleships whose guns
would finish them in short order. The tor
pedo Iwats and such craft also rank high
in this prophet's est imation.
In accordance with this theory, in part.,
the navy of this nation is gradually taking
shape. The navy battleship and the swift
cruiser are combined, however, in there
cent ships, anil neither one nor the other
has found its fullest development.
The new ship Cincinnati will very nearly
realize the idea of the heavy battleship,
also combining the speed and setigoing
qualities of the cruiser.
These ships not only carry heavy steel
plates as a protection from the shot of an
enemy, but the entire vessel is of iron.
This causes, as may be readily understood,
some important changes iu the construct
ive methods from those used in the build
lag of a wooden ship, and yet, on the whole,
the two are put together ou very much the
As many have thought, it is true that a
large part of the work done on these iron
ships is done iu steel mills and factories,
and the yard is the place of putting to
gether. In all the important parts of such
a ship as the Cincinnati the iron forms are
made and shaped in the mills, far from the
place where the boat i.s being put together.
Iu such work the greatest accuracy is al
solutely indispensable. In wooden ships
the different parts are shaped and put to
gether in the yards from which the ship is
launched, but iron cannot be sawed and
planed and cut to fit when it is to serve
Buch a purpose as the backbone or ribs of
a ship like the Atlanta.
Every piece is measured from the draw
ings with the most scrupulous care and
mathematical exactness, and measured
with special apparatus in order that there
shall be perfect accuracy.
In building wooden vessels the drawings
nre not nearly to exact as the plans for
iron vessels, on accouut of the necessity in
the latter for the eliminat ion of anything
resembling allowance iu any direction.
Everything is calculated down to the hun
dreth part of an inch, aud as the plans call
f jr the parts so are they turned out from
After the iron and steel parts leave the
mills in which they are made the making
of the ship is comparatively the same as if
it were of wood. The blocks are laid in a
line to support the keel, which is the lirst
piece put in.
This keel is made of many parts, but to
the eye it appears to lie one gracefully
shaped piece of iron that reaches from the
Btem to the stern of the ship that is to be.
When the keel is laid the stem aud stern
pieces are the next to lie mlded, and at
about the same time the enormous ribs
that form the frame are raised up on either
side. All these timbers, as t iiey are called,
in spite of the fact that in these ships they
are iron and not wood, are shored up as
they are put ia place. Each one of the
plates is so patterned that its edge receives
the other plate that is.it is formed like
one-half of a groove, and in the lengthened
joint and the support on one side consider
able strength is gained. New York World.
Played Many Instruments.
The Prince tie Chimuy, a French noble
man, recently deceased, was a famous tid
dler, aud had one of the most curious col
lections oX violins in the world, and he
could play equally well on the violin, vio
loncello, banjo, guitar and piano. New
FiM - h 1 i ItN Maii'l thr. Key 10
iJTm net's Sci:r6s.
Uhy 1- 1-S , tine, lio li is Ptove.1 in a
Specific Ina'Mnep II v n Lttge Btisi-
tt b-. WaJ- "'.lib Uu.
' Homs'y Is the bgt pVilry."
So wrote Benjamin tranklin, the flrtt Ameri-"
can phillospher, and the truth of 1hi phrase ia
agreed to by ever body.
It is only by the nerci'e of absolute honesty
that any strong, permanent business can be built
hd Dishonest methods, false representations,
nckent promises or deception of any kind, will
ei'brr crinnle or destroy anv business This ia
sperlal'y true with regard to any bnsineea that
is omit np Dv advertising. 1 tie advertiser mnst
f nlflll every promise he mskes or he will never
brine a patron into bis house the second time.
It is by honest and efhoient work; by met ting
every prom's that they mane; by candid a straight
forward andtrnthfu'. coLduct thit the phyaicians
of the Scott Medicial Institute have bailt up the
large prartice to nose, throat, lung amd ttomach
disea-es which they new possess.
D. W. Wilroa asi-erts than he can and does
rure certain diseases and presents every week
treth tea imo:y to prove this as-ertion. But
more than this they pr ve it in their efflces.
Every one of ihcir pauents is enlhosisstic in the
praite of these phytic is, who have done for
them what others have failed to do.
A gci.tieman now under treatment at the Sc vtt
Medical ln-tituto said a few days ao: "I have
t.eaied for the paft ten or fifteen years for ca-
arrb, 1 first tried enr local physicians and get
no relief. I tien tried the best known remedies
whkh are adverser ci in the daily press and also
some specialist'' in catarrh but got no relief.
After rt a ling the cun s pcrformea by the Sco t
Medical Institute and the st-teinents made by
niv n-ii'hbors and friends I decided to go and see
what they would say in regard to my case. 1
was told I cou'ii hj cure t, I had ben lutd so
before but without result. Well to make a lore
ttorv ort 1 d ciiea I wvultl give them atrial
as their medicine a id tmntmeLt cost but
$5.C0. A MONTH.
Xtw s. w..ul.i y.u telieve! 1 h'd teen or.c
week under tre:itmei t wlim 1 fell better thin
I hid for twenty years. I had a constant dis
cliuru'eof mucuotis ir.to my tttroat, pain ovt r ihe
ey?s, hea taclie, distressed tiding in my sti mach,
botvle- couitipiitt'd nd my m t annoying
f ytnptonis wa-a ritar'n or buzz tig noise in my
e rs lies that been stopped? Yes sir. 1 hive
ba-i nonoi.es whatever i-.t my cRrs f-ince 1 com
mented and tiie rt st of my symptou have almost
entirely d ssa; .p. an tl. 1 liiivo in the meai.time
brought four cases to the eco't Medical nsiitute
similar to mi e i nd I knw what they h've dune
for me thtv cn A f.ir mv f iei its. I can safely
Suv 1 have had uiare rel ef and leel oetter trom
one week's trci'tnv nt by the pliyiciuis of ilia
i-Ci tt Mei.icai institute thw 1 have 1 adiutwenty
yen's t iTr.re ,
rl h.. f i.mrt net clilnmanl la Vi,- a Tirvun'tinnt
! busint s4 man of Davenport, who is aveise to
having his i atne and p dure appear ia the papt r
but I i. naine an I tdtlns cm be fou d and
statement verified on appliratioo to thj physi
cians tf Sc H Medical Institut", laenport,
It is not uncommon to hear con ments of this
kind. As a mater of lact, the pntit-nts who are
uniur the rarerf the Scott Medical Instituteas
s st to a farirreater ext- nt than newspaper ad
vertisiep does in contributing to the prat-t.ee of
thr'st- plnsiciuns. Theieare all kinds ef adver
tising doctors, but this may be set down as a
truth : it is the hontst advert ier only who ran
prospt r, aril the proinisi that is made in the
papers must he canied out in the otiices, or the
poo, le vh ) :espnn t will m ver get bf yond the
thiid visit. t
The pht sicians of ihe Scolt Met iral Ing'itut
bave tiie largest practice in nose, throat, lung and
stomach d seiises in the three cities. They give
universal sntisfac inn. Their fees are so low as
to be astonishing. They furnl-h all medicines,
compounded in their own laboratory, free, a d
they effect a cure In every case they undertake
that is curable.
CAS CATASSH SE CUSEE? YES.
We make this standing offer. So mar.y Sf-called-"curt
s" arc brought before the pub ic that are
valueless and an impos lion, and as a specia 1st is
aid to land his on trea-ment too high, we make
t:. is generous offer to the public. It is a'most
It possible toccme to our office during effi-e hours
and not find from one to 10 and frequently 20cas e
at a time wattint: for treatment Tue physictats
of the co' t Medical insti ute invite every i erson
suffering from catarrh, nose or throat, eye or ear
difficulty to visit tbetr parlors. 3.21 Krady street,
Davcni ort, lowa. Walk in. take a chair (if any
be vacant) inqa re cf any patient as to what they
think of their progrtss. If their answer is not
pt r'cctly satisfactory to you 4we will not f el
sligh'ed if you do rot wish to take tteatment
from r.s, only we would suggest that yon enquire
of a patient who hi s been at least two vtct ks un
der our c ire.
$5 A M0NT5I
All patients nn "er treatment bsforc Jan. 3, 'OS,
will he treited nnti! cured f r $5 a month. This,
includes con.nliatlon. examination, tr atment
and medicine for all patients ana all diseases.
TVe feel it to be a tiuty to the pnblic to extend
the time of this carl, which expired on Dec. 13,
ow ing to the lact that such a large nnmber of
people called at our ofH :e for consultation dur
ing our absence.
$5.00 A MONTH.
On January id, 1S93 will appear picture, state
ment and tcstimonal of a well known Davenport
man who has not breathed through hie nostriils
for the prist 20 years, now entirely cured of ca
tarrh. Would s iace permit we would give it
n.iw, hut we do not desire to ocenpy the whole
page of this news, apt r.
The 5 Raie Holds Good for All of
F'vc do'lars a month until cured, not only for
Catarrh, but for a.l disease. This inc'nde:
asthmt. acitfs, or drops.-, dvsptsia, loss ofvoice
auerexoia. or loss of appetite, often caused by
cat.r.h of the stomach; ulldiseasea of the lungs
tuberculosis or consumption, in its early stupes
positively cured by the New Lnng Remedy; infil
tration of the lnngs, causing tightness, short
breathing, etc ; dieea.es of the .iver, kidneys and
spleen, til .betes melites, or waturv condition of
the blood, acute Bnght's disease; diseases of the
bladder; henrt disease, valvular and functional;
mitnl insufficiency, reducing drop.y, shortness
of b'caib and general debility; stomach trouble in
all its forms Success in treating catarrh of
stomach is prcnomenal. bowel complaint', chron
ic diarrhea catarrh of the howles. chron'c consti
pation, e'e: riCtal diseases sefHcientiy treated,
uemmorholps. rectal ulcers, ft-tnli, ladus of
bnwcls, etc. ; b'ood disorders, scrofula and its
efft-c's, rzema, etc. ; special attention to ulcers
of lorg etanaing.
Diseases of the eye and car are treated with
lal "st methods and appliances.
Diseases of women treated by physicians who
have made life long study of this braucb of work.
OF VITAL INTEREST.
This is the season of cong'r.s and tolds, which
after by licgiect, termii ate in pneumonia or
chronic catarrh of tne throat and lungs, and
eventually in consumption. Heed the warning
signs! Do not negiect ytniBi If until yonr hron
iclial rough has attained the dighuy of incipient
consumption, hut treat it and cure it now. Do
not waste valuable time by swallowing nunscou.
ami useless coiign sirups and cxpecjorai.ts.wh.ch
only irtitate and sicken the stomacn, but consult
skiilid ana trained sreciaksts who know just
what to do for you and when to do it, and wil!
speedily tcliev jour hacking couth and restore
to normal condition the mucous nembraneand
fccott Medical Institute,
221 Brady St-, DavenporL iowa.
OVER AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.
SPECIAL! IES Catarrh aud all Dis
eases of the Eje, Eir. Throat end Limps.
Nervous Diseases, tskin Diseases, Chronic
Office Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p.
m., 7 to 8 p. m.
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IflMnai r'srtnni RarlAxil
Dr.KLlNE 8 GEEAT
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Nkkvs Disk asks Cntjsrt
fc fT".f- f" m Affectum. Fu EptUpsyt
g'llKVALLIBUifuken as directed. iUFliim
' TL ' u Avmn v s-l 3 K ASaTJS. mfW J
V Trebe tod $ trial bottle free to
I I PVtf.PTie7iclaaj-obowbem
I I Ssttd nmc j- ud ciprtM addien of
afflicted to DR KLINEf Arch St-.KhiK Jeu.pl
ostoria 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 by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Do. G. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the tlay is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack uostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
'Jjem to prematvre graves."
Pa. J. F. Kikcbzloe,
The Centaur Company, Tl
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous of
having them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our piemises.
BIUNSOE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
INCORPORATED TJKDKB TEX STATU LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
EOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Unen daily from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
five ?r cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on FflrsonaJ. Co"
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P L MITCHELL. Pres. F C. BBNKM AJiX, Vice-Pres. J. at. BUPO&J), Caaklai.
P. L. Mitchell, B. P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmsnn. John Crobasgh. B. P. Boll,
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, S. W. Euret, J. M. Buford.
JacKSoa Hubbt, Solicitors.
- 7Began business Julyo. ISM, ar.d occupy the ontoeast corner of Mitchell Lynde's Dew
ELY'S CREAM RaLM Tleansp the V.s.l
Passage, Allays l'ain aud Inflammation, Ural
the Sore. Ktorea Tnrt and Smell, and I'll r.
Olves Belief at once
Apply into the Xottril.
aoc uruHTists or ty mau. iuLX
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
T 1MB E K LAKE & SPENCER, Props.
R. Q.Hudson. " M. J. Parker.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
A.U kinds cf Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furaished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth at. Rock Island.
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
Ail kinds of brass, bronse and aluminum bronxe casting, all shades and tampers Mska
s specialty of bras metal patten sad artistic work.
Saor Airs Omcs At 1811 First avscoe, naar Ferry landing, BOOK EULKD.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend k as superior to any prescription
known to me."
IT. A. Archer, H. D.t
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have amoi.jj our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet wo are free to confess that tha
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital sd Dispewsart,
Allen C. Smith, Pres.,
Murr ay Street, New York City.
for Cold In Head
It t tifri' A fcanriwA
liiU&., 66 vs arren ssu.
J. C. DUNCAN. Procrietor.
J. MAGER, Proprietor.
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