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THE ABGUB, WEDNESDAY, FEBBUAKY 19, 1896.-
We respectfully call your attention to the
fact that we have' reduced the prices on
many articlesm our stock to prices lower
than they were ever offered at before.
We must sell the goods now, and we
make the prices so low that they will go
with a rush,
8 Regardless of
What They Cost.
You are cordially invited to inspect our
bargains. It would require a half page
in this paper to mention all the bargains
KLWLER DRY MS CO.
217, 21734 VV. Second St., Davenport, la.
pebruary Clearing Sale
We must have room for our spring
stock, and so to make goods move
we slice off
JOTTINGS FROM JOSLIN.
A Big 20 per cent
On Ladies' Fine Shoes.
NOW IS YOUR TIME.
WRIGHT & BAJtBEB
1704 Second Ave.
P AM Q
Anotler Attraction all is M at Mais
Ail of Our Men's Patent Leather Cor
dovans and Calf Shoes at
These shoes are the regular $5.00 goods.
This is an opportunity of the season to buy
fine shoes at such a low price. Call in and
inspect and buy.
f IMm Couty.
Josus. Feb. 19. The mta who
thioks an original thought and is
brave enough to give it to the world,
it termed a crank.
F. J. Whiteside picked up a pair
of silver rimmed spectacle upon the
fairground. The owner can have
them by proving property.
Oar village stores are reported to
be doing a very nice business, bat
there are some lingering back debts
that are very slow of settlement.
Donnahey & Filbert report their
accounts for machinery and imple
ments sold the last year as all hav
ing leen settled np very satisfactorily.
Monday last the air was tilled with
nnw, which culmiuated in a geaeral
Mizzard, and Wednesday we got a
second edition with a heavy fall of
l.ong St Farrier have contracted to
remodel Mr. Kuehl's residence, and
it is reported they are to build a new
residence for John Cain, , of near
Notices have been received by pro
hibitionists that the Bock island
connty convention will meet at the
court house in Rock Island Feb. 22,
at 1 p. m.
Oilier Earr has rented a portion of
S. S. BeaPs farm, upon which he is
erecting a convenient residence.
Harry Long and William Farber are
It is claimed by many that the
Hennepin canal feeder will take so
much water out of Kock river that
the land below the feeder will not be
near so subject to overflow.
Ira Wainwright attended the
Schwcnnekcr sale, and the boys got
to wrestling in the barn which re
sulted in a splintered ankle. Dr.
Looker says he will be laid up a
I am informed that the revival at
Rose Hill, conducted by Kev. Brock,
is still in progress. Tuesday even
ing last eight went forward for
prayers, and several have been con
verted. Henry S truss brought 22 hogs to
Joslin Thursday last which were 91
months old and averaged 365 pounds
each, and John Swank, the shipper,
wishes it definitely understood that
for raising the heaviest hogs ia the
shortest time, Coo. must now take
a back seat to Znms.
George Oliver wishes us to state
that he staid over night in Port By
ron, putting his horses up at the
livery stable to be fed night and
morning. He unharnessed his
horses at night and curried and har
nessed them in the morning. He
was charged a dollar, and George
tninics, considering the price of
grain, that it was an overcharge.
MLLTLM IN I'AttVO.
IIK IMSUS FKOX GILCHRIST.
(Jilciikist. Feb. 18 Everythine
continues at a lively gait in the
Wallace Lewis is home on a visit.
A .new flag adorns our school
Miss Anna Essley ia visiting rela
tives and friends at Joy.
Charles and Uus Alvine attended
the Pythian installation at Sherrard
Capt. Pierce has cone to Rock
Island to take a position as traveling
salesman for L. E. West.
The Home TalentComedy company
gave an entertainment at New Wind
sor Saturday evening before a large
Wood & Blaine shipped two car
toads of steers to Chicago Wednes
day. There were 27 in the lot, ag
gregating 45.000 pounds in weight.
vviiiiam Miller and John Blaine,
two of our former townsmen, were
here over Saturday and Sunday. The
Gilchrist base ball enthusiasts, who
are already figuring on organizing a
team, nave been counting on Mr.
Miller, who won laurels on the local
diamond in recent years, as one of
their players hence his appearance
here at this time has been a source
of much pleasure.
Cordova, Feb. 18. J. B. Vande-
burgh spent Saturday at Rock Isl
A large number attended the dance
r nday evemng.-
Frank Haynes came np from Mo-
nne Saturday to spend Sunday at
Miss Eva Hunt, of Savanna, is vis
iting with her sister, Mrs. II. F.
There will be a supper given at
Drexel's hall Friday evening in be-
nait of the M. E. church.
Jcrred Sexton, of Milwaukee, Wis.,
has returned to this place to spend
the winter with relatives.
The sale at Mrs. B. N. Philleo's.
which was to be held Thursday of
last week, is postponed until Thurs
day. Feb. 27.
The leap vear -oartv at the resi
dence of Edward Cool Friday evening
was a very enjoyable affair. The
young ladies showed great tact in the
discharge ,of their duty as entertain
ers, auo. say, they would n t mma
iwji joar coming every two years.
COAL VALLEY CITIXJXOB.
Coal Vallev, Feb. 18. There was
a surprise party on Prof. Gilpin
There will be a festival at the town
hall the 29th.
EdTretfawn has returned from
Wanlock. where he has been the past
five months. s
Mrs. Blount and daughter re.
wwA . .1 ..... . .
"may w ineir nome in fuiin
ton connty, Iowa.
James Clegg, who ran a meat
market here years ago. will ia a
short time TAnrMliri tkn Uannr nlstM
.Th Endeavor society had as ia.
teres tine meeting Sunday eveoin?
Loyalty to the Church" was the
subject discussed. "
lne poor bouse committee has
taken its inventory cl the eonntv
farm to report at the March meeting
of the supervisors.
The Omaha club, an organization
among the young people of the
United Presbyterian church, held a
meeting last night at the pleasant
and hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Bryan. 1722 Eighth ave
nue. Alter an interesting program
and the election of a number of new
members, the rest of the evening
was spent in a delightful social, dur
ing which an elegant lunch was
served at a small charge to each one
for the benefit of the club. During
the evening it was announced that
official notice had been received that
the Western Passenger association
at the instigation of General Passen
ger Agent Eustis, of the Burlington,
has made a rate of one fare for the
round trip for the United Prosbytcr
ian Young People's convention at
Omaha Au;. 16-24. and that the O.
road will place a special car at the
disposal of the club it a number of
persons consent'to go to nil it. .
Another case of domestic unhappi-
ncss. Mrs. Ophelia Thomas has
commenced proceedings in the cir.
cuit court to have her matrimonial
relations with Marion Thomas sev
ered. They were married at Chicago
in January two years ajo. She de
clares her husband had faults, but
she bore them bravely and endeav
ored to make their home one of com
fort and happiness. Hut there was
no use. Nine months after their
marriago he willfully and without
the remotest provocation deserted
her, so she further avers, and has
persisted in doing so since. Mrs.
Thomas1 maiden name was Ophelia
Evans. She is now residing in Rock
Island and with the divorce desires
the restoration of her maiden name.
17 Thomas Kean to Michael Kane,
ej se and e wj ne 20, 17, 2w. w
SWi 21. 1, 2W, fd.liOU.
M. O'Donnell by master to Marv
Fitzgibbons, e nwj ana el swj and
part swj sw 21, lit, se, $ 1,4'.
Emma Ricketts to N. B. Rickctts.
lot 1. w se sw 3, 16, 5w, lot 3 and
part lot 4, se 33. 17, 5w. f 1.
N. B. Ricketts to William S. Hill,
iot 1, se 3. 16, fiw, lot 3 and wl lot
4, se 33. 16, 5w. $1,500.
15 -Guardianship of minor heirs
of Johanna Johnson. Guardian's re
port filed and approved.
Estate of Andrew Johnson. Peti
tion for sale of real estate to mv
debts. Proof of service. Adult de
fendant called and defaulted. M. E.
Sweeney appointed guardian ad litem
for minor defendants. Answer, els.
Assent of widow to sale of dower and
homestead rights filed. Hearing.
Bond tiled and approved and order
Estate of William S. Bailey. Ex
ecutor's report filed and approved.
Sedley W. Rains. Guardian's report
uicu ana approved.
17 Estate of Luther H. Barker.
Supplemental invent )ry filed and ap
proved. Executor's report filed and
Estate of Howard McCulloch. Co
partnership appraisement bill filed
aod approved. Widow's relinquish
ment and selection filed and approved
and order turning over property se
lected to widow.
Assignment of Beal Bros. Final
report filed and approved and as
17 Estate of Andrew Coleman.
executrix s report iiica ana ip-
18 Estate of Andrew O. Dixner.
Inventory, appraisement bill and
widow's award tiled and approved.
Claim of A. V. Esterdahl. 57, al
lowed. Guardian's selection of per
sonal property lor minor children
upon their award filed and approved.
Just and true account of personal
property and debts filed and ap-
Estate of Orlando Childs. Petition
for letters of administration filed bv
Alice C. Walker.
Lioaosed to Wed.
18 Freeman S. Bingman, Bow
ling, Miss Matilda Mader, Black
James Coyne, Miss Eliza A. Bow
Yoor Bo Won't LIT a, Month.
So Mr. Gilman Brown, of 34 Mill
street. South Gardner, Mass., was
told by the doctors. His son had
lung trouble, following typhoid ma
laria, and he spent $375 with doc
tors, wno finally gave him up. sav
ing: "Your boy won't live a
month." He tried Dr. King's New
mscovery ana a few bottles, restored
him to health and enabled him to go
to work a perfectly well man. He
says he owes his present rood health
to the use of Dr. King's New Dis
covery, and knows it to be the best
in the world for lung trouble. Trial
bottles free at Hartz & Ullemevcr's
-Vothtec Vntm, Xotataa-
Rev. John Reid. Jr.. of Great Falls,
Mon.. recommended Ely's Cream
Balm to me. I can ' emphasize bis
statement. -It is positive cure fur
catarrh if used as directed." Rev.
Francis W. Poole, pastor Central
rresoyiertan cburcb, Helena, Mont.
It is the medicine above all others
for catarrh, and is worth its weight
in gold. I can nee Ely's Cream Balm
with safety and it does all that is
claimed for it. B. W. Sperry, Hart-
lora, conn. . ,
Stearns1 bicycles. '
nard coal at McKown's.
Money to loan at Eeidy Broi.'.
The best broom Lee's Little Gem.
Attend the, bargain shoe sale at N.
F. Peterson & Co's.
William Pena will be present at
the Washington reception next Fri
The Chicago. Burlington Qn'incy
pay car made its monthly visit to
Rock. Island today.
The Improvement Guild of Trinity
church will meet at the rectory
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. .
For a healthy table drink uso Carse
& Ohlweiier's "Black Hawk springs
mineral water. Tele phono No. 1014-
Mrs. J. B. Dan forth passed through
Rock Island yesterday en rente from
San Jose, CaL, to her old home at
Rev. Reuben L. Breed, the newly
elected pastor of the Second Congre.
gational church at Moline. was oi
dained and installed yesterday.
For a good chicken pie supper
come to the FirstM. E. church Fri
day evening, Feb. 21. A good pro
gram will be given during the even
ing. Ice cream and cake for sale.
Charles Oswald has decided to re
construct his residence at C05 Twenty-third
street. The house will be
converted into a modern one with all
up-to-date convenience?, and the im
provement will cost about 2,50).
Brainard & Holsni.mn's design . of
the proposed new Christian church
has been generally approved by the
congregation, before which the mat
ter has been laid by the building
committee. A few alterations will
be made and then the architects will
be instructed to go ahead with the
working plans so building operations
can ue commenced witu the usher
ing in of 6pring.
The Davenport Mile Track associa
tion yesterday held its annual meet,
ing and elected G. W. French, presi
ident; W. D. Peterson, vice presi
dent; I. L. Sears, secretary; A. W.
Vander Veer, treasurer, and G. W.
French, W. D. Peterson, II. J. Witt.
Walter Chambers, II. W. Sommers,
I. L. Sears, Capt. Jack McCaffrey, A.
W. Vander Veer and Julius Junge,
directors. The next meeting will be
held July 7, 8, 9 and 10, inclusive.
Capt. J. W. McElravy, of West
Liberty, is iu the city with a view to
organizing a company in Rock Island
to handle the Swem CJa9 L'ght ma
chine, and to operate the state of
Illinois from this point. The com
pany to be organized will require
$25,000 capital. The gas is manu
factured from gasoline. Capt. Mc
Elravy is in search of a suitable
place to put iu a plant. He brings
splendid indorsements and is in hopes
of interesting Rock Island capital in
the enterprise. He has a flattering
inducement to go to Chicago it R'Ksk
Island docs not take the company.
He will remain in Rock Island until
Saturday, being at the Rock Island
Ilucklen'. AnUm auto
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar-
a.v JIVttWNBUWUUB U
money refunded. Price 85 cents per
box. For sale by Harts 4k Ullemeyer.
For Ovor rtftw r
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
eu unu ior cniiaren teeming, it
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
rum niMi rani
Dr. Wllltsaif' Indira IMla Olatmeat win cm
llua bleeding nlaeratvd and ItchSog piles. If
abeortw the tumors, allr the itching at one.
eU m t poultice, gtTci instant relief. Dr. Wu
ttaM Indian Pile Olntmont in nmami ,1. r
pDet and itching of the ortvate para, and nothing
Jivcry doz ia guaranteed. Bold by drug-
gum. Mm uj mau, ior hi cent and 1 per boa.
William Manufacturing company. Proprietor,
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold br T. H. Thoma.
Ouwl ridlnga to Aathma Baffefon.
Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick
ana positive relief to all cases. 50
cents. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen'r
P I . 5
ZITHERS, tod .
areeqnalled by no other AmrnV
of xnj atrtcUy hlon-cnda lomrm
nvnts. Aw.auflT Headlar
D. ROT BOWLBT,
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, Miteheil'dt Lynde b'ng.
Telephone 100T. - ,
Ladies' Shoes, Sizes 2 only.
Bargain No. I-
Ladies Hand Tarn 'tl.00 Shoes.
Ladies' Hand Welt 3.50 Shoes,
Ladies' Hand Turn S.OO Shoes.
2 SO Shoes.
Ladies1 13 and
--: t; ' -' ' choics 78c
Ladies' Shoes, Sizes 3 only.
.' " ' - Ladies Hand Sewed Turned $4.5!) Shoes,
RriTiTftin Mil 9 Ladles' Hand Welt 4.00 Shoes.
uai&whl hU Ladies' Hand Tarn 3.00 Shoes,
V. . !. . ' Ladies' McKty Sewed f2 and 2.50 Shoes.
. CHOICE 83o
Ladies' Shoes, Sizes 3 x only.
, Ladiesennine French Kid $5.00 Shoes..
Rarfffili Nil Q Ladies' Mtension Ede 4.00 Shoe.
Dillgai l IIU. 0 ivies' nand Tamed . . 3 .00 Shoes. .
H ' Ladies' 2 and ... 2.50 Shots.
These shoes, plain toes and tips, range in widths from A to K. They
sold for the prices quoted. We have 50 to 10d pair of these and will
begin the sale at once. First come will have the choice. Tell yonr
friends who wear small sizes. We limit two pair to one person.
Shoe dealers debarred.
307 TWENTIETH STREET.
mmm , Ark.
with animate, will be sent,
postpaid, to any address on
. , receipt 01 Uiree 2-ct. stamm.
lne animals are on caruboard two and three inches high
naturallv colored. nnH will
S in line or groups, making an interesting object lesson in
"'oimjr. iuis oner is macie solely for tlie nirpose of
acquainting mothers with the merits of , . ,
Rend fiir . eut r-v mK .t the - m
CO.r WimnTTntic. Con:
Hot Wat?r Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
COR.. NINETEENTH ST. and SEC01ID ATE
Opposite Harper House. Rock Island.
Are baltt by the oldrat
aa4 aaaat ihorooghly
cienli be bicycle mm
iu America, mm who
bae dnMcd ISveara
to careful at a ay im
practical bir cie cm
atrnctiom. Why pay
yoor money for an ea
turned out of a tia
hop or a carmine ma
chine factory? Bay the
" Fatee " and get a
S.-7ui.. FwriaRUbctfl Ifg.Ct.
Write kit Urnu and diaconsta. . K0B1A, til.
THE PLACE TO BUY
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Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture
Frames and Window' Shades is af the
Adams Wall Paper Company,
' 3a td 314 Twcstkth street