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J. K. Koem'on, Cashier Kock Island; National
C O. Carter, M. D.
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I LrrnleV new block.
TTOKNRYB AT LAW. .'ifllee In Rock iBlaoC
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ATTORN El"': AT La W Loan money nn trooo
security, make collections, rfeforenee, Mitch.
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IB and dnrlnir th'? past two years with the Arm of
rewninir ft Entrikon at Moline, has now opened
m nttVe in the .editorinm 1-nndlng, room 5, at
C i. Skui. S. W. Nbabxi.
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worn a in Mitcoell & Lynde'snew block.
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yc 17 6 Second avenne. over Krell C Math's.
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reeKara from all R. R. stations and steam-
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MAN1.V V IbOn ih. On
VITAkiTT kMm. A ManrlldOl ISto-
WHAT -JEALOUSY DID
AFTER THE HUSBAND HAD RE
PENTED HE WAS GLAD OF IT.
A Pretty Little Story That May or Mary
No Be Trae It Is a. Yarn, Bowerrr,
That Teaches Very Impressive Irs
son A Pretty 'Woman's Barrlflee.
Near the Park Moneeaa is a pretty little
house that seems to hide In a bush of clem
atis the home of a yonng and charming
Widow of twenty-two. She had as a pet
and companion a delicate little Mexican
poodle. His name was Nito. M. Jacques de
Beauchamp entered the garden. The little
widow perceiving him hid herself behind
an orange tree, but Jacques ran to her and
surprising her kissed her on the forehead.
"Ah, M. de Beauchamp," she cried,
"ttmt in Tift nio r,f von
Louise was of medium height. She had
very small hands and feet, white shoulders
and thick black hair. Her teeth were so
white that when she Iauahed thev clistonM
like pearls. How well she carried her
widowhood, and in a way to honor herseLC!
The young maiden ts generally too timid
and bashful; she blushes and easts down
her eyes at the least word of compliment.
The widow, on the other hand, has the
right to hear everything, and when one
speaks to her of lore she knows readily
what that means.
Louise leaned upon the arm of M. de
Beauchamp and they went into the parlor,
followed by Nito, who threw some jealous
glances at him who was to be the future
hnsband of his mistress. Of course the
poor little animal could not have knowa
that. It must have been a jealous instinct.
Louise and Jacques agreed so well that
they had planned to be married. Never
theless each of them had a defect. M. de
Beauchamp was jealous and Mmc. de
Viry was coquettish.
"Louise," he said to her, "you will drive
me to despair. Yen say that you love me,
but how can I believe it when I see you
smiling ct every admirer and giving to
every comer so sweet a recept ion ? When I
see you in society so full of life and gayety
and hear your ringing laughter from the
midst of a circle of anient admirers, it is
impossible for mo to tell you the tortures
and anguish I endum"
"What can I do, dear?" replied Louise.
"J am gay, it is true, bnt is that a crime?
And why should I be cold to those who ap
proach me only to say pleasant and agree
"You are a coqnette and your laugh
makes me despair, because if yon laugh
thus against my wish it must be only to
show your teeth. You know very well how
adorable you are when in laughing with a
fixed purpose yon throw back yonr head
and show your pretty whit neck."
"But what must I do to prove my love
for you ? 1 1 is lx?com i ng desperate. Ask of
me what you please, but do not ask me not
to laugh any raore. I am only happy when
I am glad and free to be light hearted."
M. de Beauchamp assumed a solemn air:
"Yoa said to me one evening that you
would make for me tie sacrifice of your
life. I do not ask so much as that. Bui
listen. Do you wish to make me the hap
piest man on earth f"
"You have bat to speak."
"Even at the price of suficringV'
"Yes, at any price."
"Well, then make me the sacrifice of one
"What are yon demanding of me? It is
"Only a tooth, the smallest one, in the
front, and afterward you may laugh as
much as you please."
"But yon wiil think lam ugly and win
not love me any more."
"I swear to you there is no other way to
assure my happiness."
The countess rang the belt John, her
valet, took hrr orders, and came back a
quarter of an hour later with a gentleman
carrying in his hand a leather case such as
is used by surgeons.
"Who is that person?'' asked M. de Beau
champ. The countess answered:
"It is Mr. James, the American dentist."
The little countess entered her boudoir,
followed by Nito, his tail between his legs,
as if he understood that something serious
was about to happen. Louise returned
shortly afterward, ashamed and humbled,
and gave to M. de Beauchamp a little tooth
as white as milk, which he carried to his
lips and coverud with kisses. Seeing this
tribute of affection Louise ran away.
Jacques had the tooth set in the medal
lion and carried it around his neck as a sou
venir. From that day the little countess became
very sad. Only upon rare occasions was
her face lighted up by a smile. She kept
aloof from society as much as possible, but
when she was forced by her social duties to
appear arareij her friends they saw her
keeping apait from the others or sitting in
the corner with a serious iiir, hi r mouth
closed like a prison door.
Jacques did nc;t easily recognize her; in
fact, she was greatly changed.
"Poor coutitesn," said some evil minded
ones; "she is getting old. How changed
she is! She seems to be mourning the
And Jaccnes felt his lo-e diminish little
by little. He lH-gon to understand that
what he loved in her was especially her
smile, ber playfulness, her gayety, and he
also liecarr.e sad. The more he tried to re
gain his love, which seemed to be leaving
him, the more he realized that he himself
bad killed his passion.
One day he went In despair to Mme. de
"Louise," he said, throwing himself at
her feet, "do you love me still?"
"I have sworn to love yon always, and
the stiller yon are the better," she an
rwered. "Will yon prove to me the sincerity of
"I ask nothing else."
"Well, then, if you lovo me, have the
flentist put in a new tooth."
"What folly is this?" said Louise, weep
ing. "1 was right when I said that yon
would not love me any more. That is just
like yoa men. And you reproach as for be
"Louise, I bea you to forgive me. I curse
my jealousy my foolishness."
"So you ire really regretting the weak
ness with which 1 acceded to your caprice?"
"I am desolate and full of remorse."
"Yoa recognize the cruelty of your un
"I will reproach myself for it all my life."
"Would you be happy if I had disobeyed
"I would give anything for that."
The little countess gave a burst of laugh
ter, which allowed all her teeth complete.
"What does this mean?" asked M. de
Beauchamp, holding in his fingers the me
dallion in which was incased as a souvenir
tho little pearl of the sacrifice.
The counters opened the mouth of Nito.
saying, "litre ij the victim."
"Ahl" cried M. de Beauchamp. "Yoa
never loved me!" Aurelian ScholL
the Good Old Times.
"Than time were g od.
Merchants cared not s ro?h
For any other fare.
Than Johnny save and mn h."
But now timet bvie changed, snd the plain and
simple fare of the fen fathers la done away with.
Patent fl jor, aal hlh reaaonc 1 f Jod, and strong
drlaks, bare taken its place, and, ass remit, dyt
cepiia, lmporeb'ood, and diseaa. of the stom
ach, liver and lungs are nnmerons. This great
change has led ena if the most skillful physi
cians of the age to stndy ont s remedy for these
modem diseas- s, which he hta named hit "Gol
den Medical Discovery." Dr Pierce in this rem
edy has fonnd a enre f -r dyspasia, bronchitis,
asthma, consumption in its early stages, and
One of Chaaneey M. Dr pew's Stories.
Chauncey M. Iepew tells this story: "Not
long since I was down lu New England at
a railroad meet ing, where I was called upon
to pass upon a legal question. There was
present an eminent representative of a west
ern railroad of the Colorado species.
"I do not refer to the potato bug or to the
Colorado bet tie. I mentioned to him that
the thing he intended to do was ultra vires,
upon which he turned to another railroad
man and said: 'I would like to know what
Depew meant about the ulterior virus. We
thought it was of the smallpox species. "
New York World.
Eow to iec iLe fleshy.
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cures all
nervous diseases, head .ctae, blues, ner
vou prostration, sleeplessness, n otalgia,
8t. Vitus dance, fits and hysteria, but also
builds up the body. "I am pltased te
sv that after years of intense suffering
with cervous disease, headache and pros
tration, I tried Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, and in two weeks eaiued eight
pounds in weight. I could not lie down
o sleep, bu. now sleep perfectly easy,
and m still improving wonderfully.
Cannot sy enough for the nervine.
Mbs L. B. Millard. Dunkirk, N. Y."
"Oce customer used Nervine and gained
fifteen pounds in fiVsb. Brown & Mai
bury, Cortland, N. Y ." Trial bottles and
elegnnt book free at llartz & Bahnseu's
Admitted iha Facts,
Newspaper editors hve to be very
careful in opening tbeir columns for state
ments. But aware that the Dr. Miles
Medical Co. are responsible, we make
room for the following estifronial from
It. McD.mgall. Auburn, Ind., who for tw
years noticed s stoppage or skipping of
the pulse, his left side cot so tender be
could not. lie on it, his heart fluttered, he
wns alarmed, went to different doctors,
found no relief, but one bottle of Dr.
Miles' New Heart Cure cured him. The
elrgsnt book, "New and Startling Facts,"
free at Harts & Bbnsen 's. It tells all
about heart and nervous diseases and
many wonderful cures.
M lei Heivs and Liver Fill.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billionsness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest) 50 doses 25
cents Ssmnles free at Harts & Bahn
Taine and Dis Pet Cats.
Like many a celebrated author, Taine,
the French critic and historian, has a spe
cial fondness for cats. I Ie has even com
posed half a dozen sonnets to his favorite
feline pets. Ouc familiar with his house
hold says that he may frequently be seen
on winter evenings sitting on the floor with
a cat in his arms, or again on his knees be
fore an easy chair, talking nonsense to one of
his pets asleep there. Our Animal Friends.
Woman's Health and Life
depend more cn regularity than on any or
all causes combined. An actual or living
death is the result of deraneement of
functions which make woman what she
is; immediate relief is the only safeguard
ajrainst wreck and ruin. In all cases of
stoppaee. delayed, painful or other irreg
ularities Bradfleld's Female Regulator is
the only sure remedy. Sold by Hartz
I used three bottles of "Mother's
Friend," and when I was sick I never
went to ted until 12 30, and my boy was
born at 3 a. m. with scrcely any pain. I
will do all I can in recommending it to
expectant mothers. Your thankful friend.
Marion, O . Sept. 1S90
"When Baby was sick, we gave "ner tfastoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When ahe became Htes, she clung to Oastoria.
When she had ChDdren, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
tho bowels each day.Most people need
to use It.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for coinfo 1 for improve
roent of the eompiexion. ase ouly Pos
loni's Powder: there is nothing equal to.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the ccugh at
Young Moth-ore i
We Offer Tow a .Remedy
rJlteA Iaenrra Safety l
IAfe of Mother and CUiZ-i.
" RIOTKER'S MO
Eoba Confltiiw. r.l Ot
Pain, Horror otidHieH.
AfWuHtcgonebot'Jeo "Mother's Friend
SaSered but little rMn.&n l dli sot experience th,
weakness afterward usual lu such oaaea Jlca,
AkNix Oaoe. Lamar, Mo Jan. 15th, IdSL
Sent by ernrrm, chartres prepaid, on receipt of
prtoe, 1.50 per bottle. Book to timbers mailed Cree.
BBADFIELS BEGULATOtt JO.
BOLD BY AU, DBOGM""-.
Sold by Harts & Bahuso
THE MO LINE WAGON,
a ar as t TV s f 1 sT n Ta
Kanuiacrarers 01 rAKMrtiiwu and simmx wagos
A roll and complete line oi i lauonn ann oiner oprag r.sExm, ejw cini anarteor,
Western trade, of superior workmanship and finbli IllnstraU-d frue List fro '
aailiratioo. See the MOLINB WA(t in before nnrcbaeini:
GEORGE S CHAFER Proprietor.
1801 Second Avenne, Corner ol Sixteenth Street, - Opposite Harper's Ttet-e
The choicest Wine. Liquors.
Tree Lanch Every Day
A. D. till ESI NG,
Represents, amone other time-tried ana v-e.
known Firelnsnrance Companies be follow tug:
Koyal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of . Y.
Buffalo German Ins Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, . Y.
Citisene Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Securitvlns. Co.. Sew Hven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee, Wm
Berman rire Ins. Co.,of Peoria, 111,
Office Cot, 18th St., and Second Ave
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HAYES A CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollurs
of Cash assetf .
Fire, Life, Tornado-
Bonds of! Suretyship.
OFFU'B Room 31, Mitchell A Lynda's block.
Hock Island, Ills.
tSfriecare our rates: tbey will interes you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable companv no iff or
Your Patronage I solicited.
Vklth Electro-Magnetic SUSPEMSORY.
,ltert Patent t Dot Imprarnwatnl
WTO cure without miie!ne eJI W.-Arsuiuuc from
ovcr-tuaUori of t.rain net-re fore: excess or InriiVZ
eretion, a exhanstmn, nrvou debility, rWl,.sr,-lT
roor, rbwiirwt.raa. felonry, UvTan'd biadtlrr com
plint lame back, fcimtairo, sciatica. rererai 1 iX
kratth, etc Tbis EWrtnc li. lt eoi . Uui.a o.dr.1 i-L
vrnnu.Uj Derail orhe.-s, ajirt pi.es a c-lrrent that
instantly f It by v-earer or x e forf. it ti,OOO.OoTTnd
will eur. a.1 cf the mbotl tii-vastK or no dt. Thou-
5nda have bevn vnni by this riar velou inrcation
ter a.l other rrrcMdios failed. a:id we a-jro bunt
Credsortefftimoniaisin thland erervofhrptnt
Onr Powerful Iaproie4 JUlTHIC 81 Slt'-VOLT the
srreAtest boon rir offered weak men. lUFa'wliaa I
UeaHh aa Vtroemai gfrrartb ' 'MLiNTKTD la n I. an
aaja, Bendfor lllarirtil'mph-t,nii.i..,l:ak.i frZX
fcauden Electric Co., IC5 La s:ie r., cbYcaso
T. H. THOMAS.
tliat the Hinple inuib
WUU ""uiewui certainly cun
with sun,,,. VTV. 1UZU&&U?S:'
d'e A 3EO. P.
KOWKT.i. a. rwa
Btnuun no Bimioa
- n. aaaBw - aawAv..o
I T IT fl V T T4 n f fn T rv vi -
Beer snd Cigars alwavs H;nr
Handwiches Fnmts i ' or. Sl ort n ,
Fstate of RphTra Wn'.l, n. .
Tfe nnnersia-ne l hnvins Icon a i! .
rutorof he Ust will aim tistunv m i v C
Wal-h,late of the cou. iv of i.orli .. "
c f llliiioi-, deceased, h r by piv n.i ir ,V''
will appear btf.i-e the couMv court of , !
coanti , at th. offl. e of thr rierh of ev r P !!!
tbeciiyof Kock .siand. st the M
the first Von.ii:y in March text. 'at ;,,,;,..
Dalcd ihi? )lh day of iKcomh.-- A P i
WILLIAM I!, i eitt:
Estate of Jopeph Kinnon. doccapfd
The nndersipned having been apiwctet!,.!,.
torof the last will and tr.sun.'nt if w
Kinnan, late .f the county of Kurt 3
nateot Illinois, deceased, hercbv .-r,, ! .
o "V .t',e wj" PtH" bcfore ,he cnnm'v cn"2
Rock Island county, at the office of the , ml
.a.dconrt,in the citv of Itock Ul.nd, .
,,bietheT-nJ,f e nn,X M"nd5-in M.rrt w.
"L y"d. "Iheslrt to i5
for the purpose of haviue the same ,.rlie..
indebted to said estato are reuceKt'd".
jMiTrmnrr, A. I' lJt
J. S. MATTHEWS, Ewt.?.
B-tate of Dennis Warren, Pere:iff t.
i ne nnaon-ignea naving been at p..t- tfd it
lstratr of the e tate of liei.nis Warrrn. In
l"7 noca isiai.d, tat, nt
nois, derraseil, hereby pltes i otice t-t It rX
appear before th cuunt; conn of Po k h uj
cottntv, at the office, f the clerk of nvid rn1T,
the city of Kocii Island, at tre Mrch -era
thenrst Mondav in -March ncit, t b:ch;'s
all pers nshavme claims spains-t -aid trvt'm
notiaed and requested to attebd, for the nurre.
of bavins the same adinstei
ll p- isons indebted to said s-atc arc rest
tedto mae immediate pamcLt 'o the zm
eigred KV.'i ihip 7,0 Ay of January, A. D. l-rA
IHILEnON L. MITCUttLL. Adm nirt
OTICB TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received nt t ,t rtt
cJcrk s office. Rock Irland, 111., ucUl Feb.
L Pj J"' tot onstrnctii e the improvs it
ordered by an .ordinance of said ci v. er.t' tj
An ordinance for ihe I npr.iTemeTit'. f Tw?t
Mttti street from the couth lii e of Nlnlh awut
ft) the north l'ne of i-btecnth avenne." psui
August 8, 1894: al-o an ordinance for tlir im
provement of Eighteenth .iret, fr. m tbc rosi
line of Third avenne to the no th In !
Seventh are ue. passrd January 5ih.
also "An ordinance for the inK-ron-awS
or fonrth avenue from the weft line of Fr"i
Street to the Wfst line of TweLtieln ftrffi
and from the east line of Twei ty-thirdftren -,-(
west It e of Twent-four h -tr. el. and - f Twenty
fourth street from the south lln- of Tbird .nest
to themrth line of Fifth avenue." ps-ed .'
16, 1SSIS. and for fu ni-hn g ihe mater a: a A da
the work according to the ,.lans and tpec tratxw
an d eat the city clerk's o ee.
Blai k bids will ( c lurni-liej on apn'.irst'nti.
Bids mu-i be separate for erch improvf'a
above specified, ano sccompan i d witb a c- mJK
Check ID the hum nf a-wio . . ..... . .
the treasurer of said city, which shall Nrnrt for-
fe'-ted toaaio .Ir. i
v..j .u m- uv u U '. ( I - ... 1 1 inii "
enter into contract wiih approved fnretii tun-
city in ca-e -he b ddt-r yM UW
,v- iur me price m- r.i'one i ir. n
and accord I ne to the plans and sp c .fir-ti-'E- it
be event that the columci sttould be awarded te
The rteht to reject any and all bi! rr r
posals 's hereby eipressly reserved bv -a.j city
Hock Jet and. 111., Ja nary, 17. lsM.
BTATE OF ILLINOIS. 1
Kock Islaso Covictt. j "
In the county court of said county t. the IK crrr
ber leron, A. D. 19i.
J. R. Johns on, administrttor to tbi ft '
Bo-alia Hartnarl. deceas- d. vs Tho? famrv:!.
Amelia Korer. Theodore Uarmagel, Win.
aaa-el, and E twin ilartnacel.
Afflidav it of non-residence of the fi d
Kober, Theod-re HartnSi-1. Wm. -arina.-'l. c
Bdwin nartnajel biviug be n bled in the .3:'
th. cle. k of said county cosrt. notice -f bref
given to the said Amelia Koher. 1 bos. Cr
Wm. Hart -agel, Theodore nrtna!.
Idwin Hartnael, ueiraof the said Ko.:ia Uart
nagel. dexeased that tie said J. H. JohnrMt,
administrator of the estate of Rosalia Dannar i.
deceased, fl'ed in the said cenntv court "n the M
day of December, A. D. 11, bis petition :l
the said Theod re Hartna. l, E . e a
Thos. Campbell, Wm. llarinajrel, and Bdwla
Baitnagel, defendants and that summons tkerta
ob. lamed ont of saidroartaga rstth iW''
defendanta, retamable on t a f.it diy of ts
term of sat I county eiurt to be held at the roiJ
a ue la eild enunty .a the first Monday nl '
raary A. D. IfrW. as is by law reqaircj. sad vaici
salt It still pending.
New uslexe yon appear la tald court on the
day of t- e U -r h term thereof to hi be i
court hoase inth oil- of Rook Ula d. insw
eonntv and state on the Brtt Monday of Marcb
I. ?WS, as plead, antAcr or demar to tlis ("
tion therein fild the same will be tamo"
eanressed ssatnst .on snd Ja l3irDt t"
against you entered according y.
Dated this 1 th.day of January, A. 0. 1M
MrRir BT cBkibt licilors.
PP235 Wis. Street
3 KlL.i. "Ait,'
fltlary 'A'ruiiwlea, vt-:..
ltrusra. No O. O. I). Cirvnl;ir
r.ntti as abnv9 for Syra;.' - u i
rtr.4l.P .II odora f r tho hMwaaK-
rpriiMr J Mrti turn? r.it
notitl- d and req'ie u-.i to at.vn.i, f,,r tle ' "
of hating the time aiijii-tcd . ).
aebli'd to.aiil. Pt.te are rtqa sie.i k, ."','
mcdiaie psym-nt to ihe nnrl, 1
I aw tsii.f Wilts "iaur All l rr.' iAt
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