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TILE AltUUB. TUESDAY, L FJUiHAKY 16, 1892.
TirrT'TVTd -lircrid at your door
)HnrliT 8J5 Nineteenth street.
I it KS r -V :1ifn anil f xti.
Tor p.irw uiar-VJii
I . neton;
i"ir m n to co on the
,1 lmi Thin avenue.
.,vl salesmen tottlce order--:i
ail oruaniMir.il tre-!-,
rub' "C. experience
required O'UMi PAY.
ilVN A C.. KocasiTEB.
... n "ATE A'tKST to
i im-' pr'ii'i;:tl e't'. ns
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. in e.vry fit :
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THK I'MUN OMl
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Prei-'lr v'1. HeaiKiful
, 11. hie l'liiill'liiiii:
Phil .lol;i!i:a. Pa.
pi )F3iOfli A.L CARDS.
i-iiHSSY AT LAW Office with
..'.'., it;.' -iermid Avinn.
J. T. Ken
J A KSON & HUHST,
-tt.kS-'Y T LAW. Ofncc in Koci isianu
- t,..:i;.. UW TaUnri Til.
.'.WS'IEY. C. L.WAtKIB
NrVKENEY & WALKER,
T WVEY3 AND COUNSRLLORS AT LAW
H-in lieuston's block. Rock Island, 111.
11.ENIRY & MiEMKY,
T 'KN'EY'S AT LAW Loan ir.nr.ey nc coo-J
-ir-ty, make collections, Kefererc i.W'tcn-
Jl l.tti le. tnvmera. ".one in i"-i""
Ii ALE EVE:!V KVSXlVO at Cramptoc
ww stand. Five cen' per copy.
J. F. MYE2S, II D.,
'ionu't'i a : r-'ni r-un e. iu.ii.e-? a
-h'tv"! d - of wom-n
;'. ,-. 1 i-: i C'liirt v.v Hx'k I "land,
i - V. r Mid Ave. lll'.il Kifti'eljll rtrect.
I . .- 1-2 i in n 1 ' to J I'
' T. . -t- No
D3, J. E, HAWTHORNE,
h'lut ;a'n by the new
over Kre" 'f Mi'V-.
GEO. F. STAUDUHAR,
I'irliirpMjue l-uiiiiae That Is Current In
Nearly Kvery Walk f ltUMincss Life
The St'holnr Si-hlmn Invents Slang.
Well KiitMvn SeiitenerA. j
In its inception tin most t-lianictemtic
slan,! eviilent ly tine to ilefective etluca- :
Cioii and the utfu to express ideas for which
i very limitetl vocabulary furnishes no
ii(!e(ii:ite terms. A irmn of culture finds
no (lilliculty in putt it his tlioutrlits into
littim; wtinls. It his rati tonirue fails him,
he may Ihi :ow from a foreign laniruaije.
A clever ainin mil. lit invent slanir: n
"Clmlar never wouhh Anil it is the ;iimin
who is the true lanuu life liillhler. for while '
the scln!:ir imporis alien words or sen
tences ti express involved mental processes,
the amin makes the homespun material
for common wear.
Financial disaster i'i it various asjiects
is a prulilic source id contemporary si. inn.
Poverty laughs frin ly at its own raj.
mid makes a jest of i s htiteicr pans. A
man is sa;il to he on his uppers" when he
has reached a slate of destitution where,
actually or metaphorically, he may be sup
posed to have worn i way the soles of his
shoes. Milder forms of ihe same unpleas
ant preilii anient are variously designated
as "broke." or "dead broke." "cleaned
out," "up the spout,' "busted " and "laid
on the shelf." "Laid out told" is a jrrisly
Biiiri;estioii in the sanu caleirory.
If your frii'inl emves u teniorary loan,
he mav assure you th.-.t he '"is short," "in
a hole." oi "in a Imx and if you cannot
accommoilate him he will feel that he is
"badly left '' In defa lit of an e peered re
mittance, or on a "slu :np in stocks," or h
"break in pools," h may experience a
marked fall of the tn ral thermometer: in
which case it will he "a cold day" with
him The latter phrase is frequently used
m an exactly opposite s.-iie; and when em
phasied with a lis a;.:.-., .-n-ceiit and a
knowing look the assertion tti.il " It is a
told day when I tzet left," expresses the
very sublimation of worldly wisdom and
astuteness. Vet the same clever individ
ual, not wit (;-t .-imi i :ilj I is acquaintance with
the ays ol "men and 1 lie mutations of for
tune, will uol seldom "gfl it square in the
He may even lie forced to take temK
rary enqilox im i.t wi h the wi ll knou
business holt-.- . " lrfi;i:it A; Walker,"
whose special nwnl trade is said to he
"measurinv; the idi walks." "Counting
the ties" is the mie record of many an
actual experience. More than one lu
minary ot tile s!;!.-e stranded, penniless
and without eni'. ; in a strange town, has
i tl e railway ties on
i. y on foot. While the
e . w hile salaries are reg-tln-s
iian is equally con
New Vork or New Zea-
tiie "bright simoleums"
for "the Kialto"'
r. 1--Tiri- f.r all c of
i i l ,t Lyndu building
brilliant army of holiday
I Dental Surgeons.
Lt.'he!: i Lvn.k's Block. Rooms 29-31
R, K, PEARGE,
K-3 V, ir. M'.'fher. A Lynde's new block.
Express and Moving.
r- I'rr.mntly attended to.
ff"lr.. nri. r- at K. Trenaman'8 Harness
OUT. W., -!; ....
Rich l-'ancy Goods,
hi:iu a lwilirinp; array of
CRAMPTON & CO.
l H '; Island Booksellers,
- t, -f.ting ready for the
" -'-r s: t radii ever done
in tiifir store.
;ive Yoar Orders for
viiit'i trpit nd Tenth.aTcnac.
F. LAMP Manager.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
i M & L. J. PARKER,
. wirk aad .sp;ciil attention to
' Vs L"P,
Telephone No. 1214
Sent Him a Cnttln.., Note.
Of course she was provoked when he
passed her on the street without stopping
to speak to her. He lifted his hat, it ia
true, but she recalled the time when he
would have turned and walked several
! blocks with her, no matter how pressing
his business. Hadn t they boon sweet
hearts a few years liefore? Why should
the fact that they had not met for three
Sears so change him? Ought he not to
be the more pleased to see her?
The more she thought of it the more
she felt that he should have paid her
some little attention, if only fur the sako
of old times, and when she reached
home she was so angry that she resolved
to make him repent his apparent slight.
The next day he received the follow
ing: Silt. I'll. kins- I I eiicve yun have a plmto.
prapll of me -ii!'.'.- :hal 1 ttave you several year
atru in a mimical el trii-ii-li foily. 1 have since
regretted i!;at I w;;s so thoughtless in such
matters. Iwiil e-Ii i in it a favor if you will
return the phiitocfanh at your earliest conven
ience. Ktiu.i. Dkaxe.
She held that it was a tutting rioto
and that it woiiM bring him to his senses
if anything would. She told her best
friend that she had brought him up with
a round turn, but she didn't teil her lxst
friend anything about the following re
ply which she received:
Miss Di: ink -If yiM insist, of course I will do
as ou wish, hut ii wiil be a K-rcM deprivation
to the baby. The little fellow is passionately
fund of pictures, ntid fur nearly six months tht
photograph of you has been regarded as hia
e-peeial property. Still my wife says she w ill
take it away from liim if you reall: need it.
Very truly, Ai.ni.KT r'll.Klxs.
She didn't send for it. She didn't ever
bow to him when she next met him on
the street. She didn't do anything ex
cept wonder when lie was married and
why she was so foolish. Chicago Tribune.
Mr. J. O. Noiiiiup of Burliniitnn.
Vei moot, after a recent v sit wrh her
son in-law, Mr. Clarey. of Des Moines,
wrote as follows: "I caught a bad cold
on my way home, and am sorry that I
d'd not rrn? a bottle or two of ihe Cn-
beb Couuh Cure with me. I can't get
anvthiog here that does me as much
go id." Mr Clarey ea' s that be would
not he without the Cuheb Ccugh Care
for bis children . For sale by all drug
gists. Hartz & Bahnsen, wholesale
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Aet on anew pricciple ngulitin" the
liver s'.onwcu acd bowels tbri m:h the
nerves. A new discovery. Tr Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousr.ef S, bud taste,
tortid liver, piles, constipation. T,'Q.
quailed for men. women, dish Ten.
Smallest, mi'.ries'. surest! 5t d 25
ents. S.mpIfS free at Harlz & llibn-
A Nice Wiiv of rutting It.
his painful loiui
host walks," i
ularly paid, the
tent, whether in
and. but when
grow scarce his soul l iil
or "the Slave Marl.it.''
houses leave the Inn I .string out and com
fortiug stimulants art procurable "on his
Personal attributes and traits of char
acter are handled with a frankness more
apt, perhaps, than graceful. Meeting a
particularly stolid a id unprepossessing
persou, you are requisted to '"kick it and
see if it is alive;" or y m will be asked if
"the door was open a id the wind blew it
in?" Pronounced w th due gravity of
Voice and manner these sentences will be
found most effective tj inflict keen suffer
ing on sensitive tiatuns.
It is prudent to be certain of your own
muscular superiority before tempting
physical repartee, otherwise yon may
chance to "beat something drop," or be
done np in great s lape," a process of
which the consensus of human experience
declares to be far fron enjoyable.
A "chump, derived from the Icelandic
kumbr, a log. is something more than a
fool and less than a knave, that is to sav.
the mass of stupidity i leavened with just
the merest trace of rascality. A "sump"
is a pure idiot, allied to the more archaic
saphead, chuckle head, "blockhead
and "jolter head." "(loose" and ""goose
cap," generally femit inc. descend to us
from our grandmothers. A "crank is a
mental oddity, often oi sour temper, while
a freak is commonly marked ny physical
deformity, though li.tterly any form of
eccentricity, whether of mind or body, is
placed in the same category.
'Dude is a corn pan tively recent inven
tionat least in the pcpulat acceptation of
thetcrm and somewhat diflicult .: clas
sification. A dude is t ot a dandy; t here is
nothing gallant or d isl.ing about him.
Quite the contrary. I e is soberness itself.
H is dress is correctly ugly, hi-- manner is
unassuming, his face i set in somber mold.
Vour self satisfied. Ii quacious and harm
lessly offensive gentleman will be cata
logued as a ".smart iileck," a "pill" or a
dose, terms synonymous with the ancient
and effective "ass," hi t tinctured with a
modern significance. 1'hat ravager of thai
feminine heart, the "in isher," is a familiar '
tigure on our thoroughfares, arousing m
the minds of graver spectators sinful I
dreams of heavy hoot as applied to the I
anatomy ol t lie ogling gallant. lie "travels
on his shape." a phrase whose fine satire
touches the verv heart of personal vanity. J
rie is also "stuck on himself." and like
wise has "the big head," a specicsof menial
dropsy which afflicts ad classes and condi
tions-of men. A "builder' is commonly
also a "wind bag;" the combination is also
happily designated as" asuit of clothesaud
a uoise," or "collar anil tongue."
Of another ilk are "he disreputable en
tities known as the "f ikir," the "tramp,"
the "rounder" and tl e "skin," "beat" or
"fraud " The "kicker," blood relation to
the "crank," is one ho finds himself at
variance wit h the conditions of existence.
To "make a grand kick," however, is some
times commendable, i proving your inde
pendence of spirit and your resolution not
to be imposed upon.
A person who is out of temper is said to
be "on his ear." If he leaves your pres
ence in a rage he "w ilks off on his ear."
If you susK-ct him of i-. gross perversion of
Ideas you may accuse him of being "off
his base," or to add en phasis, "'oil his ker
base." If you w ish t notify a man that
he is infringing upon y mr property rights,
you will command bin to "drop it and
run." If you desire to warn him of dan
ger from the arm of justice, you utter tiie
mystic signal, "cheese it." '"stow it."
"eddy" or "Umcs." "Will you lay bones
for me while I hook in apple?" asks the
street hoy. And his companion, true to
his faith, sounds the al irni. "Stow it, Jim!
here comes the copper!" lielford's Maga
Oysters come nearer To milk than almost
any other common food material as regards
both the amounts anil the relative propor
tions of nutrients, and the food values of
equal weights of milk and oysters are
orettv nearly the same.
Husband Are you going to Mis
Wife No. 1 haven't anything to
Husband Why don't you wear tha
same gown you did at the last tea she.
Wife 1 have too much resjiect for
yon. People would say you were run
ning down hill. Cloak Review.
Overheard ly the Train I5oy.
The train on the Fitchburg railway
had just entered the long tunnel and
the young New England bridegroom
whispered in the blushing ear of his fair
"Eurydice, if I choose, peradventnre,
to kiss thee I'd like to know Hoosac
going to prevent me?"
"Orpheus," she replied gently, "thou
shouldst not trifle thus with the 'tunnel
Ana the roar ot the tram came like a
mighty ponlrice to heal the blows of all
subsequent sounds. Chicago Tribune.
A Decided Opinion.
M. Got, the famous old comedian of
the Comedie Franeaise, can occasionally
be funny off the stage as well as on. The
Other day an author was reading his
drama, when turning around he per
ceived that the great comedian had fallen
asleep. He turned and reproved the
sleeper. How was it possible, he argued
lor a man to express an opinion or a
plav when he was sound asleep. M. Got
rubbed his eves and remarked, with
yawn, to the angry dramatist,
an opinion." Stage.
Mudge I'll take those pictures if they
Photographer Yes, sir. You under
stand, of course, that we do not deliver
pictures until they are paid for.
"What? Why, when 1 sat for them
von told me I might par whenever
"Yes, but that was merely to make
you look pleasant." London Tit-Bits.
Priest Pat, there's a hole in the roof
of the church, and 1 am trving to collect
i enough mouey to repair it. Come, now,
' ...l.... :li .....;i.....j
UtlL Will U U LOUI.l I I'Ulli.
Pat Me services, sor!
Priest What do you mean, Pat?
You're no carpenter.
Pat No, but if it rains next Soonday
Oi 11 sit over the hole. Brooklyn Eale
The Ketort Courteoiui.
Fontenelle when ninety years old
passed before Mine. Uelvetius without
iiorceiving her. "Ah!" cried the ladv,
'"that is your gallantry, then to pass
before me without even looking at me!
"If I had hxiked at you, madame," re
plied the old bean, "1 could never have
passed you at all." Argonaut.
A I'oor xcuac( JrHc.
First Boy (threateningly) Just wait
till 1 ketch ver arter school.
Second Boy (advancing defiantly)
Why don't ye take me now?
First Boy (backing off) Me mind is
fti me lessons now. Good News.
His arms with stronc and firm embrace
Her pretty form infold.
And site has blushed her sweet consent
When he his story told.
"And you will surely keep your troth?'
Said she. with doubtinK air;
He holds her close and quick replied,
"Yes, by yon elm I swear."
A year passed by, his heart grew cold
And love no louder held the helm;
She swore him false, but the fact is this.
It was a slippery elm.
Jsew York World.
m -'. vtr
p'cV 5nf!c"l'or.ntl r"-!vi?aU tbo troubles incf
cier.t tn al iii i'.ts '-l.no of tho ryatcia, r-uch ;: J
!:' --. '.r.:se:.. IirowslneM, Iitress afhv
(1..:!. : . i V.. !'.. Si le, kc Whilo thelTEhMt
Tcmurkai-lii succi Las bocn Ehown in cux;ny
nw.flacVje. yet Carirr'a Little liver TiTte nr
e-'iu.il iy vril lial lo in Constipation, curing iuiU pre
Tenlint; thisniinoyiiiioinplaint.wbilo tbey uio
c .Trc.-ta'.ldiscrilersut t'uof.t'iinaeu.BimiulntetL;-.
J.ver and regulate the Lowel9. Even ii they on'15
f. ,-tipt'icr wonlit boaltn-it pricejessto fhosew to
Euf.vr f nVl his instrcs-'iiis'eof intuitu; butfVrttl
Utiteiy thei eciinir ib es noe:ul here.a-i.l thoso
v.-ucueotry tbem w.ll fin J triose liitlo inilsvilu
t!lo ia son.'uri vv,r.3 tUiit they w;ll ln.-t b'j vv;I
Jiu to du without tii - m. But after aUsick heat
re wa Bizr
'jr,t:!ehrir.of pnrmr.yliveq tbat hmiflTttflrfl
veiniki urt;ri at boast. OurialLscurouwbila
Ctuers an nr.t.
Carter-:.! Little X'tit Pilkoro vrv Fmall and
very easy to tiLe. Oi.e r tv.-c j-il's 1:1: kea 'i se.
ThfV :it-p Fl nntly veelal'le :il ilo no rip; oi
jail ;':. l-ut bv Ufir pontleact'.ua iaV-"1 1,11 1
lire them. In vi 2- cents : SvofT ;1. Uolu
lij- drugiata every wLore, or siit by moiL
CARTER MEOfCiNE CO., New York.
SViALLFIlt. SMALL DOSF, SftUiLFSiCi
We Olj'cr a TicmetltJ
which Xntntvs tin J- tr 4n
Life of Mother ori :' . ''
Pain, Horror auC.
Aftpruslnjs.inebottleef Mo-hrr's Fj'.r .if "'
siiaVre,i hn mile pain. and dl.i ant exiK-:'!- nee 'Ss
weakness afterward u.ual tn such case. Hr
anme Giok, Laiaar, ."lo., Jim. IStb, 1-:H
Sent hy flrrrw, chstTres prf pa'1'. o ns-el--r t
prtee,$t.50rierboule. ISookm Mmhersmnlls.1 Tree.
BBADFIKLD BEGI LATOB CO.,
BOLD BY ALL llRtK"'
SOLD BY HAR1Z & BAEKSEN-
Will Cure any
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKE
$500 Reward cor anr
iniurious substance found
in thre Capsules.
Monn rcfnndpd if not
ss we say. Sent postpaid
on receipt 01 price,
NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY CHEMIST.
Oes Moines, Iowa
For sale by all dniecintt. nana Jt Bahnsen.
Aslr yoi.r Druecist for a
hot Lie ot Itic The only
no'-poi'soKUi remedy lor all
Uie unnatural disebiifi:es and
I private iiscas-s of men anil tho
debiliiating weakness peculiar
to women. Jt cures in a few
days without the aid or
1 reililiritv of a d:-tor.
1 ill 1 u.i' r.ir. .irefe-oi -ti C
JJik -'l::-u:fnei'.lri 1 . "-TV"?
..JS&K. V Tr--: r."-r ' ? SrV
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wapn Co,
Manufacturers of FARM.SPRIKG AKD FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and romi'lete line f f rihtform end ott er Spiire Wecrnp, es i rini'v ndnptea to the
M erti nj ti:iile. f snjerior vmkir nr bl: 1 rd Ki.ish. l liisin t ; i rnV Lin trie on
apiilicatiun. bei-the MoLIS BAtilS Be fire putbatlli.
Tlie Rock Island
Is the best medium throuch
which to reach the country trade
Advertisers should have their
announcements.ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current week's issue.
INC0RP0HATSD ODEB THK 8TATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK I9LAXD, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. ra., nd Saturday evenines from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
p. KBYNOLDs. Pres. P C. DSNKMAXN, Vice-Pres t. H. BUFORD, Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell, K P. Reynolds. V. C. Denkmsnn. John Crubaneh. H P. Bull,
Phil Mitch. 11. (.. Simon, B. W. Hnrst, J. M. Baford.
Jacesos Hvbst. Solicitors.
WBipsn husincPF JnlyP. 1SV0, a: d occupy tre toiithcast coiLer cf Mitchell & Lynde's new
J. T. DIXON
nd Denier in Mens Fine Woolens.
l"?0il Kunond Avenue
TreryMAJ who would knowtheRRAXDTRrTnS.the IMain Facta. t
Old Serrelff and the New Discoveries of Medirnl Science on applied to
WarrtPd Life, nhmild write fur our wonderful llitle loi u , catted
A TKKAT1SK FOR MKN ONLY." To any earnest man we will mail one
copy .Entirely free, In plain acalod cover. "A refupe from Uiequatikfl.1
THE ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. -
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth Stree - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cie-ars always on Hand
free Lurch Every Day
Sandwicnes Furnished on Sbort Notice
Proprietor of the;Bmdy street
Ail ktnds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Houses Flower Store-
One block north of Central Park, the largest in Ia. S04 Brady Street, Davcnport,Io
Manufacturer of all kinds of
-BOOTS AND SHOES-
Gents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly ,
A share of y on r patron age respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. Roek Island. Hi.
C. 0. 13.
221 and 223
AL Laundry Work done 011 short notice.
A specialty of Drees SklrU.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
Horst von Koeckri z,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-Thlrd St.
Jotin Volk 6c Co.,
Sash Doors Blinds, Siding. Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Blfhteentb Bt., bet. Third and Fourth ares.
Imimrt.'. i-iiiiiantriwrinHit'ylotiie(iklil. P
I itjoths a.1- imiiitM-. .! Kit- DrtliMolomiion, Wot
IMtle by ft I lin-i-clajdnicvi'U orauuitl for 60 ct
iyf sr -
TO THE AFFLIQTED!
J B Vhy pay bur f os to qu.K'k. whfn the tMt
Hicairal trrittiiK'tit ran ie hun f.if rvanon-
Blili prircsol Th IeTii'htniica!C'o., pre
rrn'tl lroiiitpe pn-N ri, 'turns ol lr. Will
inms.a t Mrmiiot .rln-wioc ropnt? i
VnilMP likil ncriTipf trm Seminal
lUUnO ML fir. nd Nitvuuh lability
Ijiss tti Mi'tn'iry. Ii"tinnMlonrT. etc
lr4f- nrJy inrli-nU"nM.r other rziun; aluo
lltnni C ACn tltU nh, t trru'mx a winknM9
MIUULl-AOLJ Ir.Cn inuflvanooI thoirTOHn.KHl
Tiv and ItlaM'-r tr-.ut.:'-. ftc will tiiwl our MkUkkI
if Trainin a Sit, Oriam and M--jf CI KK.
r-ITUII DKCTIIirC cpr'nfpr(TOfthatln
JtlTllRAL rrtOllLLLO. UTn:ilni(HlM:inffialMwill
ri.-icurHitH" 'wjveailnjt'itA. Ir.Villramfi.
noiiafj;K, ociai attention to these
liH;it'f Jorm-tny Tt'ara.tan'acribes Sonii
rial raMilU'ti which act directly uiMtn the
di?Mi4d orRanM, ai1 rure vifr bettr
thnn Nornm b Me1idni. aa they are not
chansod hythCKaat ric)ul4fand nKjuireo
HOME TREATMENT frmi LMiciidays
c-isiinii fmm H.UUto flam, used with nn
faiiinif mifsHj, t. ir ii-... il.i. v .. m inii.
V. illiams' iinvate pmrlk'e. Jive them a trial.
PFP.IFIP Nr) Gl '"rtheKldnifysandBlartdcrenww
Ol Lull IW nu.01 rwntcmiMlnoDe tu four days.
UTERINE EUTRCPHIC J:Xiut
Call nr write furcatnlnirueaoillnfuruauonbefc ;
SousulUntr others. A4dress
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO.,
189 Wisconsin Street. .MILWAUKEE, WI
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