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TITE AKGUa MONDAY, MARCH 5. 1894.
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Our Purpose In Advertising
1 t i t ?erjboly who buys clothing that' all Man
i A 1-.it-ftbontkirow thu cur euityia ara Io, and
Uc: -"nr displayed In ih city. You rs i9-
y irma 10 call ana eos the ltet in
i ; ; in 'all and winter went.
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LATEST NOVELTIES IN
CAN Bt Sr.RK AT
E. F. DORX,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 S2SCOXD AYE.
naTrar House Elock. "'
IXCOItrCRATCD t'KDKK TOE STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Cock Ijlaxd, III.
Ca T rfrm t a, to. to a, tn., aad rUUnlay CToclsp frnta 7 to 8 o'clock,
i'i-v r -crt Interest rW on Dspofrtts. Money loaned ca Personal eoW
lateral or Kcai Etat security,
i u. wen rrwri. r c. Prsa.MAXs, iwt. jj k ectord, cwitn
r. i. V. t ht'l, f . C. Irk-TOfi, Jrra Cnbrmrb. PM1 Mi'rHi-U, If. P. Ball, L. Simon.
. W lttir, J. V, Il-:f..M, J.io Vulk. ,
ackwh lie ., Itattufff.
- -lr Wn JBy I, l-, tni occupy th MMthawt comirof Vjtche! A trade' nrw kaDAna
Th3 Fashionable Merchant Tailor
I In- the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
17C7 ilZm AVI HUE-
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i THE TAYLOR
XS03 Sfcond A-rcn-e.
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Mo A. . ll
Carpsnter and Builder,
OFFICE, XO: 2821 KIXT1I AVENUE,
thevp ca Vi SLret POCK ISLAKD.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Fur Bus or Exprcs Line telephone 11 11, and you will receive
TLSIHERLAKE tt BPEKCEB, Prcpa
TARIFF BILL NEARLY COMPLETED.
Fa a th Senate Finance Committee
WAsnrscTOX, March 5. The Democratic
members at the senate committee on
II nance foaad It necrssarr to take at least
one more day to consider the tariff bill be
fore presenting it to the (all committee.
They had been very anxious to complete
the bill Saturday so as to be able to lay it
netore toe tall committee todav. and thv
did not relax in this purpose until the last
moment, nut they found that it had been
neeeswiry to Hire so much time to senators
no wanted to oa heard on the various
hedules that ther had comnarativelr
little time for consultation. Consequently
they were unable to send the bill to the
printer, and they postponed this until to
day, when thcyprnmi.se to complete the
nil in n mo io nave It printed for Dresenta.
tion tomorrow morning.
W hile some of the schedules of the bill
have been agreed to for the time being by
the committee the work is not considered
nnnuy concluded upon by any of them.
anil Importnut chaoses are liable to be
niifclo up to the Inst moment before the
melting of the full committee. For this
renon. members of the committee decline
ansolutely tomveoutany of the rates fixed.
3 hey also refuse to confirm any figures
pulilisheil, and while they do not say that
the rate of 40 cents per ton on iron ore
and coal are erroneous viey assert that
w hntcver figure they may have npreed to,
even oa the nrticlen, are still subject to
chnnis,and that as it is wi,h those articles
so it is with the entire list.
The contest between the members of the
committee and the discontented element
1ms leen very sharp. Hill, Gorman, Brire,
White, CafTtry and Smith and possibly
twoortliree oilier arnntors, constitute a
very compnrt orj.Tnization, and they con
stitute an influi nco which the committee
is finding it UitHcr.lt to resist. These sen
ators have lievn in constant consultation.
Still members of the committee do not be
lieve that the opposition of the senators
will c to the extent of opposing the bill
by their votes.
rheweU Off Hnr5larV I'i fibers.
FAVilit tT, Ills., March ii.-Thr.-e masked
burulnrs undertook to rob F-irmer Ucrtbro
Jones. Thev, ordered him to produce
his valuables, ono enforcing the demand
with a piMol. Jones knocked the pistol
from the man's l.nnd, and cntchinc his
liu-rs ia his teeth pnawed a buueh of
them off. After a ilesiK-rute fiuht tlie
fantier bwted his a.s,-iiluMs, wiio retired in
disorder. Jones ia all riubt. b.irrinir a few
Tlio House lUrortl In ItrleC
WAsntSCTON.March 5. The house passed
twj private pension bills, one in favor of
F..nnic F. Norman, another in favor of
Andrew Franklin, a enptuiu in the war of
and uiiottier iniuvor of Hannah
liide. The rest of the day was devoted to
the innsion b:lU lilutk of liiinoiH, unikiiic
an elmjueiit speech in defense of the IX-mo-craiic
party's poNiliim on in nsioua uud the
jolic vl oomiuuvsioer Lucxrcu.
DMinant 1-elti r urrler.
STE-EXS I'oint, AVLs., March 5. Ta".kell
A. Pmith, a letter carrier, is under arrest
on a chargs of rohbinj thu mails. For
some time he has been BU.s;-ctcl of rifling
tlie mails. Decoy letters were deposited in
the mail 1 nixes ou hLs route, which he was
found to have in his iKi.sessii.n after he
had made the evening culh-ction and de
livered liia mail to the posUiiliie. He ha
since mode a full coulessiou iu wriung of
Amlrk's Cure Vin a VcrJIet."
ST. Louis March 5. Judgment has been
piveu in favor of Dr. Auiick, of Cincin
nati, against tlie St. Louis Clinuiue, This
medical journal questioned the merits of
his treatment lor consumption, which
many physicians here say is the only
cure for this disease. Amick keeps his
formula to himself and sends the medi
cines, proving to the consumptive ho can
be cured. Ail this is agatnst the medical
code, iieuce the attack :iJ vindiculiun.
Leaf lard at Gilmore'a.
Gathered Jewels of Song."
Miss Mame Kinney left for Chicago
Miss Nellie McCarthy left this
morning for Chicago.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
Louis Bender returned from a vcrv
pleasant visit in . Iowa yesterday
Tcter Schauta returned from In
diana for a short visit yesterday
Mrs. Mary Blackburn left Yester
day morning for Chicago for the
purpose ol pnrchas'.ng her spring
The monthly installment plan will
buy dwellings in choice street car
neighborhoods. Trice from $650 to
11,60) E. II. Gayer.
When other remedies fail to re
lieve cough and colds. Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup will effect a permanent
cure. Obviously because it is the
The ice in the river broke up Sat-
nrdav evening about 7 o'clock, and
yesterday morning found the chan
nel clean, except for the floating ice.
lnisistho iinal breakup.
Rock Island is exhibiting great ear
nestness in tlio matter of inducing the
Kock Island road to run its trains to
the Twentieth street depot instead
of the outlying station as at present.
As the Kock Islanders have the hi.
premo cause to back them up, they
hotild be successful in their olTort if
he proper steps bo taken. Petitions
arc now in circulation requesting the
president of the Citizens improve
ment association to call a meeting of
that body todircttss the end desired.
Energy, determination and a right-
ous cause should be able to accom
plish much. LJavenport limes.
Ss. Paul itlonr on tlie f.U;e.
ST. Paul, March a. Ada Marie Valleau,
a young society woman who hus just ap
peared on the New York stage mid created
u Rendition Iwcau.sc of hi r ureal beauty,
is Mrs. Ada Marie C. Fralivh, of St. 1'uul,
whose husband wus telegraph editor of
the St. Paul tile foe and 'died ut Thonias-
vibe, Ci:u, of cciisum;tioa April U7, WA,
leuviug his wile tfiu.u .
("hairman VUon Slilitly Improved.
Sax Axto.1!), Tex., March 5. William
G. Wilson, son of Representative Wilson,
passed t!iroui;li here ou ,li:s nay to Guadu
hij iru, Mexico, to the I:etl:.iile of his father.
I. lie here Mr. w ilsou ruceivea a telegram
Informing him that his father's couditiou
Was slightly impruveiL
An xplosliu 'oi.ts Cl-5.O00,
SURLVirpouT, 1a, March 5. An explos
ion of chemicals in Lewis liaiiie & Vo.'n
wholesale drug bouse blew out the rear
Wnll and the lire thut follonrt-d licked up
what was lull. Iams, r-,oA); insunuce.
I lore smtlden fair to see.
And bc-t ; all she lovcth me
'ui hear! boib beat ia nrltf
We owe It nil to l'r'(' Berb Tea.
Vat the was sallow sod I was red
And n d'hrr of as would tver hive wed
II id I t m.t b-cn fur h;r ni.t who tsid:
"Just take Pirts' Te whoe you po to bed.'
FfTcctire March 1st the Keck Isl
and route will offer the following
greatly reduced rates: First class.
one wbt, continuous passage tickets
C-'J.-'o. Hound trip, continuous pas
sa-'is tickets. 60 davs' limit, f!9.5.
For full informatiou call at C, U. I
& l. depot ticket olliee or address
F. II. Pi-rMMF.K, Agent,
1 M. Allkx. G. A. P. D.
TTaea taby tras s?ek, we Ew oer castorla.
When rite was a Child. st;o cfksl for Ctuttoria.
TThen su- became jjl.s, ie chins to Gitora.
V.Ticc she hsd ChZdrui,kUc gaxv them Costori
Children Cry for
'strange as it msy seem, is caused
t ' 1 1 r . . . .
iium u ick oi mat wntcn is
never exact y digested fal. The
greatest fact in connection with
aoocars at thisco'rt it is arfv
I k r
digested fat and the most
weakened digestion is quickly
strengthened Ly it.
The only possible help
in Consumption is the
arrest of waste and re
newal cf new,' healthy
tissue. Scott's Eimdsion
has done wonders in Co:i
sumption just this way.
CUPID CARRIES COMFORT.
ortis Opera House,
and MONDAY InaiW"
THE GREAT BIG HIT
Introducing the world Famous
Get your wife a little
present from our Furniture
store. It will surely please.
We have no cupidity for
your money. A little of it
works wonders in your deal
ings with us. What makes
the house a home? That
which goes in it. Mainly
FURNITURE. Have you
seen our new Parlor Goods?
Artistic and good, but very
CHEAP. Consumate crea
tions of cute workmen.
Make love comfortable
with you by buying a nice new parlor suit from us.
W. S. HOLBROOK'S,
103, 105, 107 E. Second Street, DAVESPOBT, IA.
JIarch 2 A. V. Wadsworth to
People's Savings bank, tract by met es
and bounds, assessor's lot 3, S3, IS.
Michael F. M. McGinn to F. W.
Montgomery, lot 11, block 3, Healv's
subdiv.. 33, 18, lw, $1.
John Wendt to J. N. Williamson
and E. A. Williamson, lots 1, 2 and
block 21, Urighaiu'sadd., Cordova,
J. P. and Rudolph Weycrhauscr to
Palmer Stafford, lot 9 and part lot
10, block 1, 15ailev Davenport's Sec
ond add., Moline, $180.
N. 1 and Catherine Davenport to
f. II. Youn", lot 9 and part lot 10.
block 1. Hailcv Davenport's Second
add., Moline, lf320.
John Backman to Anthony A.
Wells, tract by metes and bounds
nej and el sw nel 12, 18, le. part sw
tie and part of w nel- and part lot
5, 12, IS, le, and partnwj se 12, 18,
Nicholas Gambcr to John Bach-
man, part nwj and w.', nwj and part
aiv 7, 1?, 2, fl.C37.50."
March 2 Estate of Louisa Wollen-
ha'.ipt. l roof of posting of notices
to creditors tiled.
Estate of William X. Johnson.
rClaim of Anne Hewitt withdrawn
and additional inventory filed and
approved. Final report of adminis
trator hied, aid order approving
same by loth inst., and that admin.
istrator notify heirs by personal ser
Estate of Cornelia F. Ilarwood.
Executor's report tiled and approved.
J. instate of i nomas lhornton
Inventory filed and approved.
instate of IX-witt li. Ellis. tdnw's
relinquishment and selection filed
and approved, and order turniE;r
overv property to widow.
relate of bamuel Isowlcs. Inven
tory and appraisement bill filed and
Estate of Joseph Garnett. Claim
of Samnel Garnett, f90, allowed.
Guardianship of Paul Robert
Thomas. Guardian's report filed
The VI odero Way
Commends itself to the wtll informed
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was iormcriy done in the crudest
manner, and disagreeably as well
io cleanse the system and break up
colds, headaenes and fevers without
unpleasant. after effects, use the de.
lijltitful liquid laxative remedy, Syr
up oi rigs.
Talno of Cood Cookinc
We masculines have yet to learn that
the kitchen is tlio most important end of
the household. If that goes wrons, the
whole establishment is wronj. It de
cides t'uo health of the household, and
health settles almost everything. Heavy
bread, too great frequency of plum pud
ding, mingling of lemonade and cus
tards, tinmasticablo beef, have decided
the fate of sermons, legislative bills and
destiny of empires. The kitchen knife
has often cut off the tritfhtcst prospects.
The kitchen gridiron has often consumed
a commercial enterprise. The kitchen
kettle has kept many a good man in hot
water, it will never be fully known
how ranch the history of the world was
auec tea ty good or bad cookery. Iash
ThAmn luff Carriage K;ce,
1 he lievulvinz Sip.
Fitrcs $1, 75, B and S3c Sea!it Fluke's
Friday m rn'ng. Tlehonc ta.
To Cash Purchasers.
In order to reduce stock and
increase my cash sales, for "the
next SO days I will give a cash
discount of 6 per cent on every
dollars worth of cjoods sold for
spot cash. Nothing reserved
purchasers can make their
own selection at
Corner Nineteenth street and
Save moncT bv buying vour decor
ated and plain crockery ware, class
ware, fancy gods, tin ware, cutlery
and everything in the line of kitchen
furnishing jroods at
1818. 13T Third Ave.
5 and 10 cent (tore.
Joiin Volte & Co.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring
And all kinds o wood work for baiUara.
eighteenth ft. tot Third and Fourth avvnuce.
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is due to the
tremendous amount Jof brain work
and constant care used In its prepar
ation. Try one bottle and you will
lie convinced of its superiority. It
purifies the blood, which is the source
of health, cures dyspepsia, over
comes sick headache and biliousness.
It is just the medicine lor you.
Hood's pills are purely vegetable,
carefully prepared from the best ingredients.'
Buys a ladies fine Dongola button boot, all
solid counter and insole, patent tip, worth
Buys a ladies' fine Dongla boot, button, on the
new square toe last, or Picadilly, patent tips,
easily worth $2.
o AA Our shoe at this price knocks 'em all
PVJv must see our $2 line to appreciate it.
to Cf Greatest snap of all. We just received them.
Ladies' extension sole,
worth $3. See them.
patent tip, square toe,
We would advise you to be in time, as some
of these bargains won't last always.
"The BOSTON," .
162? Second Ave., Under Rock Island House.
WE ARE IN THE LEAD.
We have just received tlie newest, neat
est and most srylish novelties in Footwear
for this spring and summer.
In our Exclusive Styles in Half Shoes and
In Tan and Black,
In All Materials.
WE CAN PLEASE YOU.
Cor Second and Harrison Sts.
1k tfcomc raatracflaai glrea at thia School la ar'.fled by atora taaa M0 ftlaeraat ttm
ataf thair 8lwleata
118 and U East Second Strest, DAVEBP0U7, 10 Wat.