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THK AUG US. MONDAY, MAY
There s n. paicm mecucine
i,;rh is net a patent medicine
.paradoxical as uiai may
ntv discovery vi meaicai
lU tired, run-down, cxhaust-
j rcrvc - wasted men and
J ,. V" r
omen ; lor you sunerers irom
leases of skin or scalp, liver
it s season always,
aims to purify the
-.on which all sucn
The medicine is Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery.
The makers ot it have
,,ouo;h confidence in it to
;;i it or. trial.
That is you can get it from
YOU" UI iIqIJi-" nun ii it uutsu i
'-0 what it's claimed to do, you
in get your money back,
:tv cent of it.
That's what its makers call
xv'.t the lisk of tJicir words.
Tinv, little, sucjar - coated
r. - ...i-.i. .r!
ffranmo, are wnai ir. rierce s
Pleasant Pellets are. The best
Liver Pills ever invented ; ac
tive, vet mild in operation;
aches. One a dose.
1;:;'. JINTEDV,TH THE GEOGRAPHY 0FTH.5 C3UMTRY V.ILL CSTAIM
I- .V.IMBIE INFM'.'ATICN FRCU A STUJY Of THIS MAP OF THE
Sap, M IM & Pacific By.;
T: T'lr-: u;-.- to raid fVcm Cu!ai;o, Jo!;rt, Ottawt,
! La S..!!. M-.Une, Eck Island, in ILLINOIS;
I.r-- :.:. Muscttin'1, Ot:uu.ira, Ckalocsa, Dts
::. i, Winfpr't, Auuiibon, Harlan an J Counc 1
I :rrv In H-V. A: Mimwipolis ar.ii Sr. Tnul, In MIS-IT-'TA;
Watrt'.-wa and Sioux Falls, in IiAKOTA ;
' :.. rin. .!( ; ti aatl Kansas City, In MlsOVIil ;
I ... Lir.i-oli., I'ulrt ury oa-1 KcUoa. in NEEKASKA ;
n. L'Mvi'.iw.irrh. Korton, Ti'.l'vka, Hutchinson.
V -a, RfiWvilIe, Atilene. Iknlge City, Caldwell, la
..N-AS: Kini-fi-U r. El P.eno and Alinea. in INDIA N
"-1.L. I. IT UY ; L'et:V'.-r. C'l('rado Spring and Fuebl'i,
. 'I.i'n.If Travcrsts v.w areas of rich farmlra
. : . ,-:iii!c lauds, arv .rdi'?g the best facilities of inter-
::..ui;;:a.i'jn to a!l totvns and cillt-s iat and wes:,
and a'.litrst of CLicaga and to Pasuic aci
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
L nil cmi'rlfjrs in splendor of equipment,
t cnirA.io n.,d IE3 MOIXES. COUNCIL
r'TI'S nr.! (.MATIA. nnrt herween CHICAGO aid
ICWrr., r .:,r.AlH. f-PF.IKGS and I't'EELO. v a
:tv ani topeka and n ?t. JoSErir.
y. 'a- Im-. .ja.liei, FREE KECUKIKG CIIAia
' M - a:; 1 I-r.:a e Si-opers, with Liuing Car Servite.
i- .;.UL-cti'i.9 nt Dtuver and Colorado Springe wita
? raiiuy li:.e, noir forniing the xrew aid
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
:r wl.it-h BUTvrMy.quipred trains run dai y
Till. ilGU WITHi'fT CHANGE to and from 8i.lt
LsiieCity. 0d-n nu l San F-ncisco. THE EOCC
is a!'t tin I'lret enj Favorite Line to and
1. Manitou, Pik s Peak and all other sanitary aiid
srac rts.insar.do'.ti 'a and mining districts in ColoraLO.
LA.ILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
T: St Jo;j h ar.-l Kaca City to and from all iia
1 rt-n: towns. cltie and fctions In Southern Nel;rasi a,
ani Hie Indian Territory. Also via ALDEI.T
LEA E it'TE fiom Knnns City and Chicago to VTaXi r
t --:. Si..ux Fa'ls, JilXNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL.
c'-r.sctionpfirn!l point' north and northwest between
t.. i Jfs an 1 th- Itwtlftr Cait.
Fir Tickets. Mam. FnWon. or desired Informal! n
: !'!y to any fmtxin Ticket Office In the Tutted Sta es
Canada, or add re -s
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Oerl Manager, GenTTkt.iPasa.Ast,
TYTILL. be under the supervision of tae
W Rnrlirxrrnn Periar TtunidS 6V! Northern
Railway. V. J. MORRISON, Manager, a id
iil be open for the reception of gue ts
June 15i,b in each. year. Visitors will fl id
is first-class In all of Its appointments,
heintr supplied trith pas, hot and cold
wHr.f hnrha i.f-tr VkAiii and all modern
Improvements, steam laundry, billierd
halls, bowiine alley, etc. and positively
tree from annoyance by mosquitos.
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS-
trill be placed on sale at the commence
ment of tourist season by the Burlingrtn.
Cedar Ranids & Northern Railway and
all of its connecting- lines at low ratee to
the following: points: Spirit Lake, lov a;
Watervllle, Minneapolis. St. Paul end
Lake Minnetcnka. Minnesota; Lake tu
pefior points; YeUowstone Parle end
vrtA fr.i- a MMflummer Paradise" to
Tioirr. anri Passentrer Apent,
effiar Ranids. Iowa; for hotel rates to
wT j. MORRISON, Manaeer, Spirit iase,
Swam the Klver.
Among the business men who visited
unvcupuri lasi etiDesaay was one
whose visit must have revived peculiar
rraouons. inai eenneman is Mr. n
n. c. Kuss, whose numerous contribu
tions to mis paper, over the camion:
Chvnie Ross," have made him well
known to almost every family in Cedar
uapios . At the opening of the rebellion
jvir. Una?, a teorgian, became a member
of tre confederate army, and in the fall
or ifcb4 wa9 made prisoner and taken to
Rock Island where he was held in custody.
un the incut of September 8 he eluded
the guaidi. swam the Mississippi river,
ana inslJe of 24 hours was beyond the
ianaaian Doraer. Making his way to
Haliftx, he eveutua'ly reached the south
by watsrand joined tne confederate army.
Mr. Ross hart never been in Davenport
frcm that time to this. Cedar Rapids
Or Interest io Writers.
s . - , ....
ur tne many valuable improvements
which have been made In selff-eeuioe
pens a ereat part are due to the skill and
persistence of L. E Dunlap, of Boston,
who, as a pioneer in this business, has
spent the last decade in perfecting the
fountain pen that bears his name The
latest perfected invention is the Dunlap
aoutie leeu pen, and in this very double
feed pen lies the success of its secret.
It carries a 16 karat diamond pointed
gold pen, and is a perfect pocket com
panion that will not only prove indispea-
sioie, out a toy and blessing as long as
life lasts. It in guaranteed to write in
staouy. always and undir ail circum
stances. To introduce u among th read
ers ot this pp?r, tee manufacturers oHt-r
for a short time only, to setd it by return
mail at one-half tbengular price.
Dj posting a letter, enclosing a two-
cent stamp, to the Dunlap Pen company
230 Washington street, Boston, Mass
you will receive a beautiful engiaved
ticket worth $2, and alio an illustrated
price-lin and circular, telling you how to
mike 5-j a dav.
22 J B Oikleaf to John Linn, part cf
lot 2, block 1, Frick's addition to Molice.
E II Guyer acd A Q Kimball to G.r
trude Maier, lot 5, block 59, Chicago ad
dition to Rock Island, S200.
T. Gannon to Milan Cemetery Co., part
of lot i, block 2, Dickson & Young.s ad'
dition to Milan, $100.
J H Robinson to J I Sine, part of
lots 9 and 10, block 2. H H Edward's ad
dition to Moline, fj?2.
2i Guardiansnip of minor heirs of
John A Samuels Guardian's final report
filed and approved: receipt and releeseof
wards filed acd approved, tbey haviD"
p.rrived at the se ,f mijority and guard'
Wanted A cook at 3015 Fifth avenue.
Orange ice at Krell & Math's; try
e ice at i.reii s fliatus; try a
Call and see the oak sideboards for $15
at Iiolbrook's, Davenport.
Special sale of bedroom sets until June
1 at Iiolbrook's. Davenport.
Wanted A German cirl for ceneral
housework call or address "A. Z." Ae
Stop! StopI! Stop!!! At Iiolbrook's
and see the bedroom sets he is selling
The Crown dinin? room serves a better
meal for 25 cents than any oiher place
in the citv.
Special inducements offered in furni
ture until June 1. W. S. Holbrook,
Milk shake, lemonade and all other
temperance drinss at Kreli e Math s;
when thirsty stop in.
Sixteen dollars will buy a bedroom set
at Iiolbrook's, corter Second anu Brady
Vanilla and chocolate ice cream and
oranire ice at Krell & Math's; stop when
passing and try a dish.
You can buy a bedroom set withcheval
dresser for 822 at Holbrook's, corner bee
ond and Bradv street, Davenport
An attractivelot of new books in paper
and cloth binding just received at Crarup-
ton e. Descr pave catalocue tree.
Tr? our orange ice and then pass your
opinion on it. v e make it extra ricn
and fine, usins: nothing but the fruit
juice. Krell fliatn s ice cream panor
J. J. Lerch, the well known painter,
paper haccer, gramer, kalsominer, etc
is urepartd to do ail kinds of work in bis
line in nrsi cuss manner, ouop iv
.. - 1 C ' 1 TL
30 Eighteenth street.
To Nervous ana Debliaied Ken.
If vou ws'l send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dyes celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
dubiiitateJ system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health, famphlet iree. n you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
VOLTAIC BELT UO , jHarsnan. ruici .
In the pursuit or tne good thingB of
this world we anticipate too much; we
sat out the heart and sweetness or wona-
y pietiBureB oy ueuguiiui iwsu.""- -
..pm. The results obtained from the use
t j l; .u ...! .,..,l,A,,irht nf
of Dr. Jones Red Clover Tonic far exceed
troubles, it is a penec; tome, appeiizer,
It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
h'nnri r.nrifler. a sure cure ror ague ana
malaria! difieaoes Price, 5t centf.io
For a troublesome cough there is noth
ing better than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It strengthens the pulmonary
organs. allaYB anv lintation ana enec
tuailv cures the cough. It is especially
i,,ohl for the coush which no often
iintr an uttaek of the erio. For sale
by Hariz & Bahnsen, druggists.
tv John Caraehar. a merchant at
fiaraohar. Fulton county, Ohio, says that
St. Patrick's Pills are the best selling pills
,. r,r.dlB. The reason is that they pro-
a., a nipnaunt cathartic effect and are
certain and thorough in their action,
TVir thpm when vou want a reliable ca-
thrtift. For sale bv Hartz & Bahnsen.
Wm Timmons. miimii.pfif n,,irnu
Ind , writes: Eltctrii Ritttro h
more f. r me than all other medicines
confined, for thnt hi.1
from- kidney and liver troutl " John
Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same
savs: "Find Electric Bitters to Iih ti.v
best kidrey acrt liver medicine: madp mi
feel like a new man." J W Gardner,
hardHre merchant. nnn.i tnn cu.
Electric Bitters is just the thins for a
man who is all run down and don't cire
whether he lives or dies; he found new
strength, good appetite ani felt just like
he hail a rew lease on life .' Onlr KiV
a bottle at llaiiz &, B-ibnsen's drug siore.
La Oncna Again.
Durin-7 tie epidemic of la grippe last
season Dr. King's New Discoverv for
consumption, cougbs and colds, proved
to be the best remedy. Reports from the
manv who used it confirm this statement.
Thev were rot only qirckiy relieved, out
tne disease left no bad results. We ask
you to give this remedy a trial and we
guTantee that you will be s-ttisfied with
rsuhs, or the purchase price will be re-
runded. lr, has no equal in la grippe, or
any throat or lung trouble. Trial bottles
free at Har'Z & Babnsen's drug stre.
Larte hotiles, 50c and Si.
BUCKLEN'6 ARNICA SALVE
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
corr:s and all skin emotions, and oosi
t:v;j cures piles, or no pay require !
i? u'uarn:eei to g;v perfect satisr!''
!U'r!py refunded fricp 2"; cents
box FVr ' P&rtz & Bahnsen.
Do Yob Coagat
Don'i delay. Take Kemp's Balsam, the
best couh cure. Ir will cure your
cousi.s nod colds. It wni cure oains in
tbe chet-i. It will cure ioflutriZt cd
brorjci itis and fcll disenst-s pt-rininifg to
tt:'e iunsf because it is a pure balsam.
Hold i to the light and see how clear acd
thicS it is.' You will see iLe excelled
effect after taking the first dose. L-rje
botties 50; and $1.
My catarrh was very bad . For 30
years I have been troubled with it have
tried a m ruber of remedies without re
lief. A drtigisi adviced Ely's Cream
Balm. I have used only one bottle and
I can sy I feel like a new man. I made
this voluntary statement that others may
know of the Balm. J W. Mathewson.
(Lawyer.) Pauucke, R.I.
Consumption, it is claimed
can bs cured even wnea it is
bereditarv. KotLinfr is more
common than to Sr-e one or iwo
out of a family escape when
the rest were marked by the
destroyer. It shows that all
might have been saved if they
had taken proper care of them
selves, had avoid d exposure,
and kept their physical condi
tion m to the highest point
This is the peculiar meiit of
Reid's Geiinau Cough and Kid
ney Cure It invigorates the
digestion, and while it is heal
in to tue lungs it do-s not par-
a'yze th- stomach, but on the
contrary stimulates it tml aids
it. There is no poison in Keid's
German Cough and Kidney
Cure, so the patieut is left ia a
better condition afterwards
than he was before h- had the
attack. We do not t eiive that
this can be said cf any other
cough r-medy upon the maik-t
In this particular Rei.i?s Ger
man Cough and Kidney Cute
stands aloi e and u;j;-ppaoach-able
For e&l-be a)l diuxgUt-, 23
and 50 cents
Sylvan Remedy Company,
10? Main St , Peoria. 111.
best they can; some get
meanest they can.
Your dealer in lamp-chim-
1.1 1 C
neyswnat aoes ne gei ior uu:
I here are common glass ana
tough glass.tou'gh against heat.
There are loggy ana ciear.
There are rough and fine.
There are carefully made and
You can't be an expert in
chimneys ; but this you can do.
1 XllOlOb f
. , ,, v- i
tOD Or " pearl glass WfllCh-
shape VOU require. They
tnev dQ not oreaK irom neai,
not one in a hundred.
Be willing to pay a nickel
more for them.
Filtsbur. GEO. A. MACBETH A Co.
OTICE TO CONTBAOTOB3.
scaled Drotoal will be received attliec ty
clerk s office. Rock Island, 111., until Monday,
June 1, 1891, ar S p. m., lor the furnishing, erec
tion and construction or a comuiiiu eyewiu ui
an elec'.rlc police and fire alarm.
The number of alarm boiea to be twenty, more
or lew. Pclea and euppor.e win ne turmsuea
partly bT the city.
ContractorK are required to put up iid eyetem
for trial tubject to the pleasure of the city
The right to reject any and all blue or proposals
la hereby expressly reservt'd.
Rock Island, III , May 16, lS'.'L
We have just
KgPWe invite everybody
CARSE & CO., have just what you want in a
comfortable, shapely, durable and cheap shoe.
Iiriirf ti illliant tronsi-aren- y lotllekill.
rres all iin.i:, fri'-Klf nr.i Jiiwioratlons.
i aait by U firtl druxi or iiuuacd for 60
in ,iaai oj
II II Tl TltlC'Q Teaches iwatudenua
lALkLllllt 0 trade anl then starts
TT T them In railroad vervioe,
SCHOOL OF Bend for circulars.
YnrCDIDUV VALENTINE BROS,
received the first shipment of our
FOR THE EARLY -
Spring season of
to call and examine them.
The Pioneer Clothier and Hatter,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, 1A.
THE SEASON FOR
AND LOW SHOES.
J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
new stock of
1622 Second Avenue
rli iufc r M1NNEGAN.
V. . . Ilbri, " ' .