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THE AKHUW. WKDNESDAY, DKCKMHER 13; I89a n : t ' : : vfi jfel'-y
DNItf MtLlM I IL:N. I A MAnnlAGt LOlTtKY. I
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10c a Week!
Served every evening at the
Supper Table hot from
Local, TelegraDhic and General News Presented
in Entertaining style, and Supplemented
with Serials, Miscellany and Hu
The Alices is essentially a paper for the home
and should be a regular visitor into every household
in Ruck Island.
It is a fearless advocate of everything tending to
I-romote the interests of the city and its people. It
cannot be controlled by cliques and selfish corpora
tions as has been frequently demonstrated. t )r-.
The reduction in price to ten cents a week has
ha J the effect of bringing in an average of 20 new
subscribers a day since the announcement was made.
Leave your order at the office.
TELEPHONE N0. Jt45
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vik Mumure 1 fori. v '
Cm Best oo Reoord flour.
Walker Whiteside tonight.
Try Waal's medicated soap.
Head Kasmouen's holiday offer.
Have Ton tried White Bone cream
Read The Dailt Aegis all the
lnvHjr home-made candies at Krell
SiiliHeribc for Tin; Amus down
to 10 cent fr week.
IfyoHtrr Beat on Record llonr..
Jon will have no other. - . - -
Call and see the 86-inch doll for
Ac. at the Eastern Fair.
Thk Awuts at 10 cents per week
cornea within the reach of all.
The Dailt Argus down to 10 cants
per week. The leading dailj of the
Talk about Cne chocolates. Krell A
Math handle onlv thoso.that took
premiums at the World's fair.
Don't fail to see the bargains on
the 6 and 10-cent counter at the
Eastern Fair, 2107 and 2109 Fourth
Why do yonr own liakin?, when
Ton can buy such lore! cates at
wren Main . anil at prices that
will surprise yon?
It you want to eive a nartv. and
wish to serve the daintiest refresh
ments, and have cvervlhioir nice, be
sure and have Krell it Math supply
everything for you.
Theo Free, of tlin Kastrrn Fair, i
now ocenpving lioth stores, 2107 and
219 Fouilli avenue, and has greatly
increased his stock in crockery,
glassware and cutlery, of which he
now carries a lull line, and will be
able to fill ail orders. This also in-
creases saee for holiday poods, of
wnicn lie has a large line that will
lie sold from 10 to 2l per cent lower
man anywhere in the tri-cities.
A Lutis Girl's Bsaanmea in a Lata?ais.
Mr. and Mrs. lorvn Trescott are
keeiM-rs of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach. Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain, she jrew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere "hand
ful o- iKines." Then she tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
complctelv cured. Thov sav lr.
King s ef Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet yon may try a
bottle tree at llurtx Ax Ullemever s.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH.
If vou are not feeling strong and
healthy, trv Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" has left vou weak and weary.
use fclectnc Bitters. 7 his rcmedv
acts directlv on liver, stomach and
kidnevs, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If yon
are afflicted with sick headache,, vout
will find speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking fclectnc Bitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large liottles
only o'lc, at Harts at Lllemever s.
SUCKLEXS ARXICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers,' talt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands.
chilblains, corns, and all skin ernp,
lions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required, it is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded, mce za cents per box.
Fot sale by Harts Ullcmeyer
Calnnrl Bare Casoa.
Colonel Frank Burr, the well known
newsiiaiHT correspondent, has had a re
markable career. When but a child, be
was stolen by a tribe of Indians and re
mained with them for several yean.
When the war liroke out, be vros a loco
motive engineer. He enlisted as a tiri
vate and came ont of the a;-rvice waring
sbonlder straps. He tlu.n studied civil
engineering and laid out Deer Park, the
famous summer restrt on the Alle-
haniea. Becomina; a newspaper corre
spondent, be noon became one of the
must famona of the guild.
The Modern Mother
Has found that her. little ones are
improved more by the pleasant laxa
live. Syrup of Figs, when in need of
the laxative effect of a gentle remedy
than any other, and. that is more ac
ceptable to them.' Children enjoy it
and it benefits them. J be true rem
edy. Syrup of Figs, is .manufactured
by the California rig fy run company
ttiii'nas sad Kw Tear Holiday Fats'.
For the above occasion the Bur.
lington Cedar Kapids & Northern
railway will sell excursion tickets at
all stations to points on its line with
in a rudtus 20U miles, at a very. low-
rate for the round trip.
Tickets en sale Dec. 23, 24. 26, SO
and 31. 1893, and Jan. 1. 1891. good
to return until and including Jan
' "For rates, tickets, time of trains
and other information, call on or ad
dress any agent of this company.
; , . , J. H Hamseuax,
! GeniTkt ftPass. Agt
M Mar tseatstsa.
For Christmas and New Tear's
holidays the C, M. St. P. will sell
excursion tickets at one fare and one-
third for round trip within adistance
of 200 miles.' Tioket on sale Dee
23. 24. 26. 30. 31 and Jan. 1; good to
return up to and including Jan. o
E. D. W. Holmes. Agent
The best and quickest work for the
money In the city. i. u. rxLis,
1321 Second avenue.
LeasWa's ftnesr Klxtnte 6f Bnwij, Matrt-
saaayaad Hekraw Phllaatkiiosir.
'Michael Harris and Nancy Jacobs
havitg polled the hisbest . number of
Totes were duly elected to receive a
dowry of 25 and marriage fees, and a
vacancy was again declared for a couple."
bo ran a paragraph in a Jewish paper
recently, and a reporter was fired with
an ambition to learn more about thee
folks who give couples dowries, and
more about the conditions under which
ancjt dowries ato woiu The bencvoL nee.
it appeared, emanated from the Society
for Allowing Marriage Fees and a Por
tion to Young Men and Virtuous. Girls
of the Jewish Faith. The president of
this society one would imagine would
be patriarchal sage with grandchil
dren in scores aliont his knees. But Mr.
A. Swaab, who is the head of the so
ciety, U a young man with a slight black
mustache, a clean shaven chin and cer
tainly no grandchildren. When not
hymencally occupied he is engaged in his
business as a diamond merchant in Hat
'The society," be said, in reply to the
interviewer, "has been in existence near
ly SO years, and has done no small
amount of good. It was started among
a few friends in quite a small way, and a
dowry of 10 only was all that could bo
afforded at first. Bnt 10, if not exactly
a drop in the ocean, was not qnite suffi
cient to ansvrer tlio purpose in view, and
as the fntvl grew the dowry was increased
I "Arw the operations of the society con
fined to London?
"No. They extend all over England.
The funds are recruited by subscriptions
of all amounts, from a penny a week up
ward, and by donations.
"It gives them a prior claim on tho
"No, it doesn't. I will make that clear
in & moment. Wo assist about a dozen
couples every year, the dowries and mar
riage fees coming to over 300. The ob
ject in giving the dowry is to enable the
young couples to start a little business
together. Before becoming candidates
for the dowry toward which they need
not have subscrilmd a farthing they
have to lie possessed of all home neces
saries and furniture, and the man has to
prove to the satisfaction of the commit
tee that he is in a position to maintain
Only virtuons girls are to be befriend
ed by the society. I gather from its title,
Does it not liecome rather a delicate mat
ter to adjudicate upon the qualifications
of yonng lady appiicanthT'
"Every case is investigated by two
memliers of tbe committee, appointed
annually for that purpose. They make
their inquiries with proper tact and dis
cretion, and they also investigate the
character of tbe man. Let us go through
the entire procedure. Say a vacancy has
been declared, which means that we have
sufficient in hand to pnt another dowry
up lor competition. V e send out notices
to that eSect and supply forms of appli
cation. W e get four, five, six, perhaps
a dozen conples contesting for the prize.
They all come before the committee in
couples, raid are asked questions con
cerning the money they have saved, the
nature of the man 8. work, and so on.
Onoe, I suppose, I must have been press
ing the prospective bridegroom pretty
hard, for the young lady spoke up sor
rowfully, 'Well, sir, you got married
once, and we want to toor
"Well, as soon as they have been ad
mitted as caudidates, what follows?"
"We give them a book of members.
and tell them to go and canvass for votes.
the members possessing votes in propor
tion to the amount of their subacrip-
"Have you yourself many votes?" '
"Yes, I hold something like 00 votes."
"Then yon are the target of plenty of
beseeching brown eyes and persuasive
"No, nothing out of the way, because
as president I take no part in choosing
me recipients cil tbe dower.
"Can you give me a specific instance
of tbe good the society has done?"
"I can, and a striking one. I think,
There are three members of the commit
tee of tbe society, now men of position
and well to do, who were embarked up
on life with dowries from the society."
t-uu JaaU U alette.
, COtUTT BF1LDINO.
. i TramSar '
11 Lara P. Nielson and John As.
train to Albert Luntiojuist, part tot
K, Child's Second add., Moline, $1,-350.
Minnie W. Stange to Squire tL
Hatfield, part lot 1, block 2, Henley's
suimiiv.. Moune, i.
John F. Mounts to Anna Mounts,
lots 1, 2 and 3, block 101, Andalusia,
William Lnfferty to Klieabeth Lat-
ferty, sj lot 2G. Sarah-Jane Aiken V
suhdiv., $. ..- t , ,
11 Estate of Samuel Bowles.
Proof of death. Petition by Teletha
Kav, sole daughter and next to kin
for appointment of James M. Buford
as administrator. Petition granted
and said James M. Buford appointed
such administrator under bond of
300.000. Bond tiled and approved
and letters issued.
12 Estate of James Hardin. ' In
ventory filed and approved.
hstate of John Caughey. Proof of
leath. "Will presented for probate.
Deposition of Hugh Caughey, one of
subscribing witnesses to will, taken
n proof of execution thereof. Dedi-
mus issued to W. P. Todd, notary
public. Brown county, Kas.. to take
deposition of Eliza Caughey, the
other subscribing witness.
r.state of Isabella W right. Final
account of administrator filed and
order nisi approving same by Dec.
Z'l next, and lor notice to heirs.
Estate of Joseph Askew. Proof of
leath. Will presented for probate.
Deposition of William II. Ncv, one of
subset ibing witnesses to will, taken
in proof of the execut ion therof.
Kstatc of Howard H ells. W idow's
relinquishment and selection filed
and approved, and order turning
over property to widow. Claim al
. A ffaia SutSKsnt.
New Market. Minn Simmons
Liver Regulator cured me of liver
complaint and palpitation of the
heart. 1 nsert many other remedies
but w ith no relief until I liegan tak
ing S. L. 11. William Schultz. Your
ruirgist sells it in powder or liquid
The powder to be taken dry or made
into a tea.
Tor Over rifiv Tsars.
1wa ll'Sn.ln Cv.l.!.... c.nn.a
bemused for c'.nldrcn tcetfiing. It
so tthes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
iwcnty-nve cents a bott:e
When Bsby waa Ms, ire pn or? (4oris.
When die was a ChiM. she crinl for Castaris.
When she became Xns, she dun to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Osstoris
sterMe Mads With Electricity.
The latest achievement of science is
the artificial production of marble from
pure calcium carbonate.
M. IL le Cuataher, a French chemist.
takes the calcium in the form of an im
palpable powder and compresses it in a
steel cylinder between two pistons with
a pressure of 2,000 pounds to the square
inch. W hue in this condition a platinum
spiral, previously Imbedded in tbe pow
der, is heated by an electric current.
with the result that the powder in the
neighborhood of the wire is rendered
crystalline and translucent.
i ciections of the resulting substance
when examined underneath a microscope
exhibited the characteristics of certain
specimens of slightly macled marble.
This remarkable work of the electric
current may prove the stepping stone to
greater achievements in the production
of artificial stone of all kinds. . .
Ji simple method of photographing a
yenua iu ur uinvran wtuiuaes au at
once has been invented by a New Jersey
photographer, by means of which the
same picture gives five different views of
the sitter. This is accomplished by using
as a background two plane mirrors, form
ing between them an angle of 45 degrees,
and placing the person at the junction.
The usefulness of such pictures will not
be confined to ordinary life, as they will
be moat valuable in criminology and an-
tnropology. lxcuange. .
Dissatisfied Guest Waiter, you dout
seem to know how to broil a steak at
this eating house. Let me give, you a
Waiter (with some alacrity) All
right, suu, only we usually calls em tips.
artificers. No hurried, knocked-torether-with-hammerand
They're honest. You'll say so when you cxamV
All-suiting prices. Enduring Furniture of al)
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
ooweis eacn day. Most people need
to use it.
Cfti.tfrei. Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
American Catarrh Care.
Tbe Asjcrlran Catarrh Ca-e I the malt of 3t
year tnvr anil tremnert of lb. utwate. Ona
utile convince the mo-t pkepftra1. it In always
r ady f-T ne. nevditw neither d Kber nor atom-
leer. It revt-rea the hvarlns. cares tbe hawking
cast) a-xleKpTtora-inicrraiwwes the headwh.
anl now blewmnx. ineri-sm! the sipet te, pro
duce. utatHl r-lecih tnviimrstv the whnle system
ana Ineres es tbe vitality. Pr .rmi mly by W.
n I.OIM, at. it., no z rom un-Tcnta street.
roilaaeipnia, or mailed. anwncre lor CI
For M by all drag-tcN. Hans "ahnnen.
abotrasl. agent. tScdS nineteenth stncl,
H ca lsiana.
mad how to attain it.
t last a SMilica! work tfast tells the caruas,
Oeerjribes Ut. etle as, potatatbe reraaSy. TU.
la seieaUlcaUy Ue auat rateable, artUtleall
the tawH beautiful saedlcsl book that has SB
peamd for years; paa'arer pegs hearing
. h ill-toaa lllMlratioai la tiaU. Morse of Uw
ruhJettatieateaTnteslerToss Debility, Intpo
terKy. Sterility. Dare lope racst. Varicocele,
The Haabau U Thasi intending Marrtace.eta.
hrary nu wh WJaU knowUa grand tratha,
th p'aia fast, the old seer ta, aad the new
dhMOvvtitnaf nwd cal ac enci as appltod l
nanrrl d life. ah w nl I ntone fas naas trJ:i
nd aotd rntar. taltfalla .hooM writ for Una
w inaanai mm aooK. It 'win ke eras Ire.
Original with us. Our il
lustration inadequate to tell
their worth.. Ornamental
anywhere; artistic and sub
stantial. Your bedroom In- V
complete without one.' ' H a '
thingr of beauty is a joy for
ever, happy indeed afetjley
who possess our dressers.
How about wearing quali
ties? Unequaled. Manu
factured from choice selec
ted hard woods, by skilled
W. S. HOLBROOK'S,
10:i, 1015, 107 F. Second Street, DAVENPORT, IAa
A very complete stock
at prices that are inducements.
Just received the largest line of Ladies"
Opera and Square Toe Shoes, patent
tip, all solid,
162J Second Ave.. Under Rock Island House. -
Just a Word
ABOUT LADIES' SHOES.
Ladies cloth top button Don-
gola Foxed Goodyear
welt narrow pointed
toes, paten ttip,
We carry these goods from AA to EE.
Ladies Dongola button Good- ;
year welt patent leather
tips and plain toes.
Cor. Second and IIarrls6a;tSP
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
1707 Second arenuo, ia the
store formerly occupied ba
ll. 1. Folaom.
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