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If. A K.
Daaeiag school tonight at Boche's
Dancing school at Boebe'a ball to-
Torkrra and chickens at Hess
Reanitcd the II. K. clothing
Galesburg has a new dally. It la
known as ttu Kwa
A ate wie of fresh rentable re
ceirea aaujr at tiesa tiros'.
ricatr of fresh ere and choice
dair butter at llo Bros'.
' - (Irani opening of all styles of bata
tomorrow at Llord Stewart'.
C. L. Hohert, of Tort Pvron, was a
Visitor ia Rock Island jmterdar.
Two drraa nattrrna fop rtrtoa nf
ona any day this week at McCabe
K. J. Mcf.ee. of Chicago. I In tha
itjr ob a short tisit to relalires and
It'a aot tha clothe that makes the
aaaa. it'a the bat o ar Llord
Dr. Coffee treated ?3 deaf feoplo
yeaterdat and cured Cte of then at
The first eon no n forTur iinrt bp
aeries will appear ia the issue of Sat
arday "renin jj.
Obfyou should -ee the DanUp
ii a ine style Uny.i Mewart will
pea them tomorrow
Harry Allemiorf h resigned bis
' . a a. .
xF-.tioti mm fieri, at aici aiie s. and
witi iifvbiv in vauinrnia.
The lathes' shoes mnst go. See
the bargain the l. ft K. are bow
giving better than eter.
"nctareaoue Atnerica.' a first-
Class work nf art ia single parts to
readers of The AMrs shortly.
Vo poo know we hate all makes of
V a k . i a . .
is. snii wane nnyinj way not buy
stylish bat Liorti tc wart hare
insxa iron, y-i up.
Miss Maltie RrooLs. of Kwlr T.I.
and. who had been the guest of Mrs.
James MoNamara. returned borne
Moatlsr. I niton Jonrnal.
Miss Esther Peterson, of Gales
onrg. armed in the rlty vestcrdar
.aa . . a . aa . "
( niir nr. .oiiLe s treatment
She will remain several tlrir".
watch for Tiir. A car art series
coupons. !aTe three .f them and
then with one) lim? ou will receive
the Brst part of this v err line scries.
Miss .Surah J. M.-OnneU, of Coe.
was ailjmleii in -a no in tlic county
vunr Tpsieruaj, ami taken to Jack
sonri.ie last evcting Ir M.criff Gor
Tomorrow, the day .f all days this
week for dress goods at M.-Cate
Bros., the celrbratiit silk finish Htn
rietta. 47 cent finality, for 33 cents a
Become familiar a ith ttitt Irra.nrix
of tour own rountrr lr ureserrln!-
tbe art series. IVtnfesquc Anivr-
ira, 10 ixj i.'sneu to akci s readers
As the bargains get talked abont
in uress giwHis at .tiria.ie tiros., the
sa.es grow larger each ilar. ii-Inch
broadcloth unibed fannt-1 dress
cents a yard.
Ir. Coffee performed a delicate
operation in Davenport Saturday on
inuT who nau wen fleai since
mini, tin removed the entire car
dram. The lady is much improved
Mr. and Mrs. James IMcNamara
have rented their houso and furni
ture to Major Hawes, and w ill make
their home at the lloileran house
after Thursday of this week Fulton
Township Tat Collector Edward
Bauersfeld is renulrcd to turn in hi
books by March lt. and people who
are noi jet paiu their taxes are ail
raoaisheo to govern themselves ac
cordingly. Only 10 days more.
Tilt Akji a has secured the best
art series in print for its readers and
patrons, ami all that is neccssarr is
to save the coupons which will ap
pear irom time to time and then with
J. . I f . . . a
w iBia huti ursi par. way oe
Symptoms of an alarming nature
aWa. . t . .1 . I . . .
"-emu nan ties i m i. it. Mcvane s
condition yesterday afternoon, and
last evening lr. Kystrr was much
alarmed eunrrrBln- Lim. This
momin? his eonilitinn was more fa
vorable, though be Is still not oat of
Willie MrLane and Jimmy flynn
tWn bovs from (K vtrlnttv i.f loiir
teeath street, were arrested fur sleal-
lag coal from T. II. Wlls. and were
brought before Mijji-.rate Srbroeder
ici XZicbcat Zloaors
UOST PERFECT MADE
k bun Grape Geara of Tarur Pen
Naa AamBSiria, Aaaa or any otbtr
TtE ARGTJO, TTCDyE8DAY FEBRTJAItY 28, 1C34,
ais anorBtar. aad their eaaa
uaaea aatu o'clock Friday erea-
The sixth . Ckopia recital of the
Rocklslaad Amateur Musical dab
was girea at associatioa hall yester-
uay aiteraooB, ana was or the usual
brilliant order characteristic of tha
entertainments given by the dab.
those tarticipatlBg la the program
wing ateimainee Kimball, Kobinson,
bishon. Allen. Harner. Miss Stuenkena.
Miat Cultoa. Miss Hass. Miss Blakes-
icy and Nr. Edwards.
Kfle Kllsler, speaking of her new
role, Doris." ears: "There la lit
tle donbt bat that I shall like It, and
my belief Is the l.nblic will also
It is both like and unlike my other
Impersonations. There la unlimited
scone for ffood aetinis. .nit AkaTS
fond of hard work will find plenty in
"nil. ma mini act oeinsr esneciai.
V t Mr i n rr li iwuii.;.. .1. . . .
--W . I a ... a "
uii.uia.ic inciueni 01 ine play. '
l-irst come, first served, mt Snt
ci i He s. who is making things hot in
the wall ttaner trade. If von sn m.
in? to do anr rtanerini- It will Hnn Kiw
pay yoa to call and see what a grea't
lot of fine paper yoa can purchase for
l small sum. He hu 1
expert paper hangers at work, and
an joos entrusted to his care will be
done la SB artistic minnrr. l-.ll at
George Snlvliffc's. U39-14S1 Second
Further evidence of the serious
ness with Which the llnok
na vicwb tne central denot nro.
. a I
evi nave occome mat! if est in th nm
per end of town in the past few days.
and while these movements bare
been quietly made, they are no less
significant and ia earnest. It be
hooves our citizens to ltttlP IS.BI.
selves if they would accomplish the
removal 01 tne Kock Island depot
bow, and than this there can be no
a ---".a. . ivi hici I V V, .MJVal
Island, and son nf lieni-trn U. Ilnn-
of this citr. met with an nnfurt ansf
accident at Jolict last Fridar nieht.
lie is a conductor on I he snta r
road, running between Chillicothe.
Mo., and Galesbnrg. though bis rnns
some times take him on to Jnliet
This was the case Friday night, and
While making a rnutilinf. nna rf him
legs was caught and crushed so that
amputation was neresarv. Mr.
Hoover's home is at Chillicothe.
The social given lv the voung peo
ple of the First M. K. church at the
linrae of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Tavlor.
on .Nineteenth street, last eve nine-.
was well attended and proved highlr
successful in all respect. The pro
gram, most admirably presented,
consisted of a niano duet hr Mrs. I.
C. Dougherty and Miss Ethel Dough
erty: a recitation by Miss Sara Cool;
a vocal solo bv Mrs." V. B. Barker; a
recitation by Miss Jennie Dickman:a
Tocal solo by Mrs. Jessie Lis
ton. with violin accompani
ment br F. D. Tavlor. and niano ac
companiment by Miss Carrie Kern-
Me: a recitation lc Miss Lillian
Fitzpatrick. and a nls.no and violin
duct by Messrs. Tottcn and Boirers.
ftcr these exercises a clinninf nnrtr
was held in the south narlor. while
dcliirhtful oranre receiitlon nf n shtaI
and inviting nature was held in the
uming room. Altogether it was on
of the pleaiiantest church alTairsever
given in j.ock istana.
Tlic Oldot Trsas la tha VnM
Tlie bo tree of Annnulntinra irm
planted 283 (.should lx 21T,. Dnvi.lst
years before Clirist. Its bro is matter
of record, its conwrvancy has been on
object of solicitude to several dynasties,
and tbo story of its vici,itadt has
lx en preserved in a srius of cnr.tinnr.na
chronicK-s omont: tho tnort nnthuntic
that bavo been hand-. down by luan
kilid. Tho yew trees of Fountains ab
bey are believed t havo fiouriiihed there
1,200 yecra aso. The olives in tha
garden of Geturcnlniio were frill (rrown
v.-l.Ti the araccua were exju'lled from
Jcrnsnlem. and tho cj-press of Sornu, ia
Lonilmrdv. is sniJ to have tieen a tron
in the time of Julius Cranr. vet tlic
bo tree is older than the oiliest of thesn bv
a century, and would almubt seem to
Verify tlie tiroi.hecy tirononnenl when
it was tdunteil tiuit it would "flonrish
ana ie grven lorevcr." libya Davis
Effective March 1st tha RwV i.t
ad route will offer the followtar
treat! Y reduced raraa- Tint
oae way, continaons passage ticketa
SO OK D al -a. a. . .
a-.9.w. ikuuu-aip, coniinuous pua
aag tickets, W days' limit, f49.7&.
For f nil information call at C., R. I.
r. depot ticket office or address
F. H. Pli'murr, Agent,
L. M. Allex, G. A. P. D.
Brings comfort and Improvement and
tenoa to ocnonai enjoyment When
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter man omen ana enjoy me more, with
Imp. atwin1ittie a K-r hM.tatl
adapting tho world's brst products to
toe ueeus 01 pnys.cai being, will attest
the value to health of the pare liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
ia the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
IfeMaaftaaa-t ana. Ia f - . f a 1 T
ative; efiectually cleansing the syxtem,
distKllin; colds beadaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has piv.n satiifaction to millions and
a-.-. Va-1.1. .1. a.. I -1 at- i-
huivi-wh., woius ii acts on tne jvia
urn 1 .if .f nA tLaaa..,!. a.Auw
j-a- a. a., aau. mmwww m 1 .1 IV U . 1 aaak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
vry objeelionable substance.
Gaa Ha. . f T 1 f
sr mp i r ipi is ior saie ny an amp
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it ia man-
C a ? 1 at a i I - a . ara. n
taiaiaJaUaVU VV U.O VUIIOmiB tig JTUp
Uo..nlr, whose name is printed on every
package, aim the name. Syrup of Figa,
and being well ir.formed,"you will uot
accept any sudsuiuic it oucred.
apTlaa.Cliarup Again! a Marolml.
ST. liOtla. Fl'b. !W. A snpeiail In Tla.
.TW lautuntcb frum liiiirL2ni.
J. W. ltelicrta.cily tuamtial of T.l..
Ills,, was broaiKlit to the city and is now
In jail here, chanced with tlm mitnlfli .if
T. A. Jakier of ToleJu laxl Sat nnlnv i.l,rk.
lUderwas la?utpn t.i rimatli -i,h
picket ami tttPB robbed. The inquest de
veloped such evidcuce aitaiOHt JU.lurU
thut he was htirriail nut r T,,!.-!.. , .....!
PltlLAIHlLTlIlA. f'rla. aH. . tMannra Pnfe
wasia-tantly killed and William Uims,
Charles Camm ami Aadrrw thin were
dangi'rinilT Injured by au exploaioa ul
gas at the I'mul Urrttm gan wjrLa.
fataU- MtM II u Wife.
CHICAGO. h. J.Jmn It V..!.
hot kla wife fallen fourti.. .t k..
pr's home. liUb North llnli ... .
. - a..-.. HUM
she will die. The shouting waa the result
vpaa an mvww. ttrrt-tp
Ab lnextdairabls dixlinrtfm
tUffcrcnca is coa talced in an assertion
made by girl who attended a -.--..
party tlw other nizbt. ! drmt rii.iiv.
him. hut I would not dance with him
imply bocause, if you must kaow, I
do& t tQra him." Speinglield Gnphia,
Generally JaJr. with mnra it. In.
cloudiness, stationary temperature;
F. J. Wale. Observer.
t!a - '.
Toirr Park'a Sure Cure. A anMtiii.
for the cure of all diseases peculiar
And your family's good health
depend on the purity of the eat
ables you cat. You know this.
Then why experiment or be In
different when you buy cakes
candies, or ice cream and fruit
ices ? You know KHELL &
MATH'S arc absolutely pure
ciean ana wnoiesome. ion can
convince yourself on this point
any day by a visit to their
We receive our candies fresh
1 r 1 . a a ....
uauy ana we icci perieclly jus
tified in assuring the ladies of
Bock Island that we know of
nothing finer or more delicate in
the confectionery line. These
wafers literally melt in your
mouth.'" We have them in eev
eral flavors and in delicate tints.
They must be seen and tasted to
ie appreciated. Try them to
TRY OUR CREAM PIE.
mi 6 UATH
1716 and 1718 Second At.
8seessse ts B. WEtDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteenth Street.
TFlt and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Best
0 e&niiig M..1 Repairing Done.
Taraa tM Bar Mat .
.Are the result of years of soleatloe exper
IBtenUoK. aud are bow placed, owioa to
ai".I T? w"". r,-Fni so urn
JBB Bnest and most peneetlr ooaatr acted
Mswea aawX aad are BMraUarlrTdaiit4
5 vHiiuL una; too Tano "Mi ja serf ao
Fdr sale bv T. R. THOMAS. !!,.
THIS Hi 6 D.
The finest and best wrought
steel range on the market.
Don't be deceived by parties
offering poor, light, rough con
atructed steel ranges, but call
and examine our line of M. ft D.
ranges, which are in use in
nearly a hundred of the best
families in the city.
IBK YOU IX SEED?
Want a cook
Waat a partner
Want a float. oa
Jaat to rent roosts
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a firm
Want to sell a bouse
Want to exchange anrtklaa'
Want t sell household eonds
Waat to mske any realastatc .nana
Want to sell or trade for an-rttalaa;
want to ami customers fur anything
CSC TBSSE COLUMNS.
tan daily a (tors deltvehxd attocb
door vry o-reniaa for 10a per wrack.
ATED-A HOUSE FOR SHALL FAMILY.
soori-l" li lt imce. i
MciMymQCW Dry Goods Cn
Hard at it, cleaning out the old stock, to make room for the new.
The old stock is srointr rerr fast under the heroic reduction in prices, but not fast enou), . " ..
xne oia ihkk is going very last ssair wa rui ruwuuh ia prices, out not last enough to i
We are determined to hare nothing but a fresh, new stock of Dry Goods thia spring, and shall n i.
last restage of the old, at prices which will make it move. ' usb the
There are some lots of dress goods which hae seemed alow they are excellent values as thev
but we want the money they represent more than we do them. Monday morning they all po in ,,n f4,
and from the price take off 60 per cent, ene half. Thia brings the price at an absolutely lo- fi"e H
low the cost of making, to aay nothing of profite. Wise forehanded people will eagerly embrace".!,
portunity. Sale continues until the goods are aold, but the best values go first. V-
We want to aav a word or two about capes and jackets. We have a quality of good, serviceabi
ments which absolutely must be aold. They go thia week at just one-half price. Pause a momi t "
think what that means. Itfueana. aa d rule, leea than the material cost no making, no profit cn to
in. The assortment includes cloth, fur and plash garments, and the price of some is less than half
Here are sample items come in this week, the earlier the better:
t 2 00 Garments... .....t 1 00 15 00 Garments..
4 00 Garments 2 00
5 00 Garments 2 AO
6 00 Garments
a nn n.ri-.tiii a 00
v w Laita.a auvupw assssssv
10 00 Garments 6 00
18 00 Garments. .
22 00 Garments
27 00 Garments
32 00 Garments....
. 9 00
. 11 03
. 13 50
. 16 00
iv vu uirmcnu ....... . w w
Twenty good warm Newmarkets, which were $8.75, go, while they last, at 93 cents.
This sale lays all former sale in the shade. It is a chance for some people to sav
. . . i i .i . 1
IVlllt a-Satt ar.nl t n lu. .aaa.. .IhI
wm . jua a a. v vu w a. uiu a. r au aaa a
aM . tr. a-r.,
l nursaay iargain i nursaay
save a lot of moner.
VTaa aa.11 A a.-. a.Aalla.l .a.ali a-.tllaa. I 11 .
-3 eusii avit uuwfli uuitmucuaw- uw.j, j'... .bvo, wu. di aou wen made, at 5 cent
The price is absurdly low, bnt the public has been most generous in its treatment of us. and we -how
our appreciation. Sale takes place at 10 o'clock in the new Domestic department, in the r
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Cn.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
J B. BODY.
T. B. aouoT.
('ASH PAID FOR SBCOXt HIND FfHNt-
lure . I all kinds. Ik-fore aaLinir call at MS
rrrry strrct, Darenport, lows.
ANTKD TO BI T OR A Ttr arB--
smith lln. or less or buy fuitabl lot for
Hum, vi i jannMiD ..(ire . r :-ona ill..
I, OK SALS FROPERTY AT SO 10 F TJR-
irrnia roa at na.i nr. T. rnn-e nf afv
whll ftood converiei.es. Apply r premise.
FOR 8LE ONE-IIAIF ACRE OF
chirdtin i iwrartt, p.tnajird on PrAiner Trnu.
inula na MtMnlara UIkii ttri at . a a r i
r-f t'.-tuw.E-,o, jba. iiaaii ia .iaul.
FOR BKNT-TllK KTOUK. So. 1S15 SKCOVO
armor, with ih n..,tain Inrlnrfrf arm
iwot if for a .sluon or inv nth., huainaaa . -
taira artiaraic. For particular, call at 10? Main
flnel. K Hater At JtarUa"i, Davenport. Telc-pbone-MiT.
Wholesale Deafer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
11 and 1618 Third Ave
Bar. san aad atanaa-i aimmli as
loaa SMmeT. collect lwota. alao Karrv a liaa of Irat
cla-a Ire tnaarance cotaaaates, baildlag Iota tar
aaM ia au Ike diaaratat adAitSon . aee
propeTty in all parta of the city.
Sa, Mitchell Lynda baOdlag.
Boor, la rear ef MItcatll At Lrnda aaak.
fOBmn EA?a noons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days. For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from St. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh!
Doctor Hart's Anti-Septic and Med
icated Oil Treatment for Catarrh,
Asthma. Bronchial and Lung
ItU tho only remedy which hat erer cored Ca
tarrh permanently in the rbort period of fioat
three to Ave week. A forfeit of SOB to anr
peraoB who eanaot be cined of acstl or thtwat
estarrh In the .ime mentioned . Call aa Waatara
acent Reference to those who h.ve beea
maneftllV ennui P.. flip. ha. a l.raaala. ll
W. H. OSBORNE.
Pets-anest and Wectera Acent,
Rooms. Ryan Block, DaTesport, Iowa.
J. ix. schaa:
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Boiler Mills. AU kinds of grindin2 done
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTON MILLING CO.S
WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and be
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand.
1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Plumbera, Steam, Gas Fitters
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Bock Island Nat Btnk.
GEOBfiE SCHAFEBa Proprietor.
maweatrfAatna,0araacf aWeaath Sttast, Oppoalta Harperl Tkeaara.
rhachstesstWine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hsnd
BssilBUhis raratBBadoa Short Sarka.
o at nniti? S
lb n I 1 I B-1 W'
i- ,v w-, -s-w LI A V?
gist and opticlaa.
& XUCS Tl CTUOAVt.
to women. Ask ronr - drnm-fat n,
Eyes tested free of charge. .